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Page 78 text:
Front row: B. Swoonov. W. Schoitol. B. Titus. R. Wilson. D. Yocum. R. Livingston. R. Campbell.
Second row: A. G. Wneeler. D. Templemoyer. D. Anderson. R. Frank. M. Briseno. N. Hale. W. Linder. D. Millor. N. Kyle. Third row: C. Walden. A. Linder. M. Bauer. O. Meeker. I. Hallstrom. B. Eilers. B. Vossen. B. Johnson, T. Hallstrom. G. Matschullat, F. Thomas.
Back row: D. Duey. C. Tillman. J. Brawnor. R. Laue. B. Thurman. K. Sipes. L. Meier. L. Joy. D. Bowling. K. Taylor. F. Masok. K. Stroup.
Phi Lambda Alpha, better known as P - Club, is the honorary athletic fraternity of the campus. Those men possessing athletic ability, a certain standard of scholarship, and a letter in any one of the intercollegiate competitive sports are eligible for membership.
The letters of the name of the fraternity symbolize the character of good fellowship existing among its members—P. L. A. standing for Peru's Loyal Athletes.
Love of sports and respect for the traditions of "Good Sportsmanship'' characterize the men who wear the "P's”. These fellows have unselfishly put forth their best effort to make Peru State a name to conjure with in competitive sport circles of the nation.
The P - Club sponsored a spring dance at the Bob Inn. They conducted the Peru Relays, held April 25, in the Oak Bowl. At all athletic events they have sold programs.
Officers of the club are Merle Bauer, president; Robert Wilson, vice-president; Richard Campbell, treasurer; Jack Hallstrom, secretary; and A.G. Wheeler, sponsor.
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Left: Yipe! I I I I I I I a mouse!
Right: Knowledge hath charm?
The Peru Dramatic Club began production late in the year. Officers are as follows: President, Alvin Schwartz; Vice-President, Robert Boesel; Secretary, Don Graham; Treasurer, Don Wagner.
After having only thirteen rehearsals, the club gave a mystery entitled "Ten Little Indians" to a Homecoming audience. Leads went to Lois Paap, Phil Slagel, Maurice Moran, Robert Boesel and A1 Schwartz. Excellent supporting roles were portrayed by Pat Benford, Pat Pryor, Truman Lytle, Bob Clark, Jim McCoy and Floyd Fithian.
"Parlor Story" was a second production of the year. Willard Redfern, as acollege professor, handled his part like a trouper, Dave Lang the much-in-love college editor holds burning love scenes with Pat Benford, the prexy's daughter. Assisted by those two zany cops, DeVan Hershy and "Goon" Metzger, Truman Lytle belly-laughs his way as the governor. Trudy Togwiler and Pot Pryor added chuckles to the plot with their fine acting, while A1 Schwartz, again the viIlian seriously portrayed the crooked politician. Joan Adams portrayed the governor's wife.
"Parlor Story" takes shape.
Slagle signs the pledge.
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The first music group to make its appearance in the fall is the Band. Dressed in blue, the band supports the athletic department at pep rallies and games. Each year it follows the teams to at least one out-of-town game.
The Brass sextet is composed of members of the band who want the opportunity of playing in a small ensemble. They perform for college and high school convocation programs.
R. Elwoll. E. Holmes. J. Mclninch. T. Womack, C. Ogg. L .Russell.
Firsl row: J. McCoy, J. Powell, J. Wilson, J. Pharoah. E. Hamol, C. Pryor.
Second row: T. Dillon. C. Duorieldt. E. Knapo. M. Wickiser. J. Matschullat. J. Baker. B. Braga. E. Hanna.
Third row: L. Hunzoker. E. Holmos. C. Hawxby. H. Duorieldt. S. Camoron. M. Hunzokor, R. Elwoll.
Fourth row: B. Tjorsland. C. Ogg. T. Womack, D. Hawxby. L. Russoll, J. Hippe. D. Hoborg. B. Moore. J. Mclninch.
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