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First row: B. Moor . E. Grossoohme. L. Paap. J. Q. Lotspoich. J. Adams. M. Wickisor. P. Bonford. Second row: ). Powell. B. Bouse. T. Toggweilor, D. Lang. M. Moran. K. Stroup, P. Pryor. M. Sporor. Third row: Y. Lewis. G. Emigh, G. Matschullat, B. Rischling. I. Sweenie, J. Hippo. H. Duerieldt.
The Peruvian Singers is a group of voices selected from the college chorus to represent the college in the territory surrounding Peru. The purpose of this group is to extend into the churches, schools, and communities a variety of programs. The Peruvians sing sacred, classical, secular, and current programs.
In the course of the year's time, the Peruvian Singers traveled approximately three thousand miles, into about thirty communities, taking part in the various community programs.
An arrangement of "Swanee River" has been dedicated to the group by Allen Griffith.
The boys quartet represented Peru at the National Music Educators Convention at Davenport, Iowa.
I. Hippo. B. Rischling. G. Mattschullat. M. Moran.
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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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First row: W. Simmons. P. Kosa. R. Jones. A. Lotspoich.
Second row: M. Ulbrick, R. Kylo. M. Argabright. V. H. Jindra. J. Mclninch.
Third row: C. Duorioldt. J. McCoy. P. Parker. J. Rediern, M. Gibson. E. Stoddard, K. Ogg, R. Elwoll.
First row: L. Paap. Y. Lewis. P. Beniord. S. J. Hippe. T. Toggweiler. J. Hippo, K. Hutton. J. Sweenie. M. Sporer. B. Bouse. Second row: E. Grossoehme. D. Brown. O. Joiner. H. Duerieldt. T. Womack, G. Emigh. M. Wickiser. R. Walker, M. Schoitel. Third row: M. Warner. B. Bragg, L. Hunzeker. L. Russell. K. Stroup. M. Moran. D. Standerford. J. Powell.
Fourth row: G. Nebelsick, L. Teten. P. Slagle. J. Clements. J. Samler. M. Sodman. J. Adams. P. Pryor. B. Hauolman.
Filth row: D. Gerdes. J. Wilson. J. Rhoten. J. Matschullat. D. Lang. M. Schliefert. B. Moore. C. Hawxby. A. Becker.
Organist — R. T. Benford. Director — J. Quinn Lotspeich.
The Peru State Music Department under the direction of J. Quinn Lotspeich and assistants, V. H. Jindra and R. T. Benford, presented the oratorio, "The Holy City”, on Tuesday, November 23, at the college auditorium. Solos by Sara Jane Hippe, Trudie Toggweiler, Martina Sporer, John Sweenie, Maurice Moran, and John Hippe were excellent as were the numbers by the 45 voice Peruvian choir and the college orchestra. This program marked the first use of the Hammond Organ, which is being loaned to the college this year by Maurice Moran, music major at Peru.
The orchestra directed by V. H. Jindra is organized for the purpose of offering experience to those interested in orchestral music. It provides m usic for the dramatic productions of the college and commencement. An oratorio is presented each year as one of the Music Department's principal projects.
= ir»t row: C. Pryor. M. Ulbrick. R. Jonos. P. Davonporl, C. Duorioldt. B. Bragg. E. Hanna, iocond row: R. Kyle. M. Stoinor. M. Applcgato. R. Elwoll. E. Stoddard. T. Womack. K. Ogg. J. Rodlorn. J. McCoy. B. Johnson. D. Brown. Standing: B. Rischling. J. Mclninch. M. Wickiser.
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