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Buck Rnzn: A. Blankenship, P. Dorssom, W. Miller, B. Collins, R. Snodgrass, M. Smagacz, B.
Bowen. Tlmvl Roux' R. Shaller, P. Venditte, D. Hubbard, M. Castle, D. Strecker. Seutffrlr M.
Bailie, P. Croff, C. Kreiliels, M. Inglis, C. Winans, B. Anderson, l.. Coslett, M. Budler, P. McKee.
Km'wl1ng.' P. Wheatley, M, llicks, B. Fintel,-I. Wewel.
The lJlflfIll.Q'llg'fflII staff for the second semester nearly doubled the first term
staff in size. Mr. Stewart Linscheid taught the beginningkjournalism class through
the practical experience of printing the college paper, the ljedagngirzn.
'rl The majority of the class for the spring term was made up of beginners.
The staff included: Bill Bowen and joan Bretthorst, co-editors: Nancy Jarvis,
personnel manager, joan Bretthorst, layout editor: Dan Strecker, circulation,
Phil Dorssom, Campus to Campus: Mary Lu Hicks and Mary Budler, copy edi-
tors, lean Wewel, Morgan Hall column: Pat Venditte, Majors Hall column,
Ralph Shaffer, Delzell Hall column, Phyllis Croff, Campus School column,
Ron Snodgrass, sportsg Walt Rimmer and Ed Letourneau, photographers:
Bonnie Anderson, Marilyn Bailie, Al Blankenship, Mike Castle, Brian Collins,
Linda Coslett, Bernadine Fintel, Dennis Hubbard, Mary Inglis, Carleen Krei-
fels, Pat McKee, Wayne Miller, Mike Smagacz, Pat Wheatley, and Cheryl
The second semester PUI'1l'U1iI1lI staff, under the direction of Mr. Stewart
Linscheid, worked on the latter portion of the 1965-66 yearbook covering pages
89 to 140. This included Homecoming, Who's Who, the Valentine Dance, May
Fete, basketball, and spring sports.
Dick Berthold continued as editor with Bill Bowen and Sharon Beatty serving
Editorial staff: B. Bowen,
Sobxg lrzzwlirzg, W. Rimmer,
F. I.etourneau1 .imlwl, N. lar-
ris, Bietthorst. 5
as assistants. Mary Budler, Leona Mas- . . y
ters, and Janice Wheeldon worked as .y
layout editors. Sports editors were Stan Q5
johnson, Mike Smagacz, and Pat Ven 3
ditte. New staff members, Bonnie Ander
son, Bobbie Armstrong, Linda Arm
strong, Louise Barelos, and Cinny Mul
len, served as proofreaders.
Dr. Siegner's photography class pro-
vided many of the pictures in the book.
Mr. D. Levitt provided several angle
shots plus basketball photos.
The finishing-up work of the year-
book included much rereading and
checking. Bonnie Anderson and Cinny
Mullen were in charge of the important
job of checking the book's index.
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The smiling threesome strikes again. i
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Fling abroad our college colors . . . Relaxing after an exhausting day at the Bob Inn.
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GQVERNING BQARD ME BER GIVE QF
THEIR TI E AND TALE T
Six of the seven members of the Governing Board
are appointed by the governor with the advice and con-
sent ofthe legislature. The seventh member is the state
commissioner of education, who serves ex-officio. The
appointed members serve for a term of six years. None
of the members receives any compensation other than
actual expenses incurred in the performance of their
duties. The board is charged with the responsibility of
the general control of the state colleges at Chadron,
Wayne, Kearney, and Pert1.
Mr. Freed of Chadron has been a member of the
board since December of 1960. He is President of the
Midwest Furniture Company of Chadron. Dr. Gordon
Shupe has been a member of the board since january
of 1963 and is a practicing dentist in Wayne. Nlr. Knapp
is a practicing attorney in Kearney, and has been a
member ofthe board since january 1965. Nlr. Spencer
is the senior member of the board. having served since
january 1955. He is the immediate past president of
the board. Mr. Yannev has served the board since
April, 1961 and is president ol' the Lodgepole State
Bank. Dr. Brown is the newest member of the board
having been appointed in january of this vear to serve
out the unexpired term of Mr. A. D. Majors of Omaha
who resigned in December of 1965, Dr. Miller, as state
commissioner of Education and an alumnus of Peru
State College, has been a member of the board since
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