Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1949

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Page 71 text:

PERUVIAN ■ssfr • ? P. Eqgor and C. Williams ol the business stall plot action. “Bum" Campbell — executive «yp«- cording to custom the 1949 Peruvian Staff dL n noOUnce at 48 Peruvian banquet. yl is bteever was named Editor with Phyllis Urbauer her assistant and Richard Campbell, business Manager with Robert Boesel assisting. I his is new in that the assistant editor and business manager will be the Editor and Business Manager for 1950. At the beginning of the fall term Lavae Urbauer, JoAnn Davis, Ruth Walker, Lois Paap. Kenneth Wolford, Betty Nichols and Norris Hale were named to the editorial staff. Fern Egger, Colleen Williams and Calvin Waldin joined the business staff. With the help of Mr. Moore, the sponsor, several publishers were contacted and it was decided that this should be a lithographed book. In November, after the discovery of Bob Frank and Bob Clark the book began to take shape. At a May convocation the book was presented to the faculty and student body, after which the staff celebrated with the annual Peruvian banquet. Hale and Majors prepare the sports and Prep pictures. Frank and Clark in the darkroom. (It isn't what you think it •!) , a 'MoSw V and .avae MAaauer. 'NoUota. WvcYvoVa taco Vo m«» Yu»

Page 70 text:

D. Wilburgcr. E. Grosnoehme. E. Knap , S. Suhr. J. Cole, D. Jones. Weekly the Pedagogian reports the news of Peru. Affectionately called the "Ped", it is awaited like the dessert of a meal coming out on Thursday after convocation. Thursday finds the staff and their sponsor, C. E. Wilkinson, in the "Ped" office, sweating out the deadline. Some of the features of this year have been "Rain on the Roof", "Extra Points", and "Popular Problems". Published to give English students experience in journalism, it is also a part of the campus life. PEDAGOGIAN First Semester Co-Editors...........Gene Cunningham and De Van Hershey Business Manager......................... Bill Vossen Advertising ........... Charles Untermohlen Sports Editor................. William Metzger High School Sports.....................Willard Redfern Features Alvin Schwartz and Jerome Nahonesy Reporters Tom Hallstrom, William Kinman, Truman Lytle, and Lois Willoughby Second Semester Editor..................... Eileen Grossoehme Associate Editor ............... Duane Jones Business Manager................ Cecil Larson Sports............... Bud Kyle and Jesse Crane Features......................... Thorne Dillon Distribution .................... Philip Slagle Reporters...... Jacqueline Cole, Eva Knape, Esther Merritt, June Suhr



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Y. M. C. A After being inactive for several years, a Y. M. C. A. organization has been established this year by a group of young men who feel the need of a Campus Christian Fellowship. The club so far has spon-sored the "Registration Romp", a school party for all students and faculty members. Held at the Bob Inn, the party had a variety of entertainment. Games, dancing, and a floor show were the highlights of the evening. Plans for several interesting programs to follow were made at the beginning of the second semester. Athough small as yet, the members hope the Y. M. C. A. is a growing organization. Front row: R. Giitinger. O. Rath. A. Krupicka. K. Hutton. E. Bachenburg. treasurer; M. Moran. Socond row: R. Ado©. C. Mincor. F. Norstadt. vice-president; F. Fithian. president; T. Lytle, secretary; I. Levitt, sponsor. NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club, an international organization for Catholic college students, meets semi-monthly at Peru State. Father Flearck of Auburn is acting sponsor. First semester Gene Cuningham served as president while Don Tem-plemeyer was elected for the second semester. Other officers are Bob Good, vice-president and Don Dea, secretary-treasurer. Front row: D. Templemoyer. M. Wickisor, P. Templemeyer, A. Kroilels. A. Knobbo. W. Rooso. Second row: L. Martinoz. R. Boran. B. Rischling. F. Masok. Pago

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