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Page 58 text:
Rua' One: F. Stillinger, M. McVicker, vice president: S. Schwiesow, Montagne, L. Franke. Row Three: L. Stewart, presidentg D. Kramer
secretarxg P. Crofli. Row Tutu: H. Park,j. Hansen, R. McCoy, D. La R. Leander, D. Kreimer, A. Chandler, treasurer.
PHI BETA LA BDA
and U I ,tt CLUB
Row One: F. Rowoldt, M. Gonnerman, M. McVicker, C. Harshberger,
H. Weare. Row Two: R. Duponcheel, historian: M. Zwickel, M. Sautter,
li. Neddenriep, B. Kitlinger, secretaryg F. Stillinger. Row Tlzrwa' Sharp,
C. Stoner, R. Krofta, president, A. Chandler, vice president: l.. Franke,
The Business Club is in its twenty fifth year of
existence, first being established under the name
Commercial Club in 1940. The organization is open
to all people taking business courses.
The aims of the organization are to promote,
encourage, extend, and create interest and scholar-
ship in commerce: to aid in civic betterment in
collegesg and to encourage and foster high standards
in business and professional life.
Faculty sponsors for the two groups include Mr.
Leonard Cartier, Miss Frieda Rowoldt, and Miss
Officers in the Business Club are: Lyle Stewart,
president: Mary McVicker, vice presidentg Sherry
Schiesow, secretaryg and Allen Chandler, treasurer.
Officers in Phi Beta Lambda are: Robert Krofta,
presidentg Allen Chandler, vice presidentg Beverly
Kitlinger, secretaryg Larry Franke, treasurerg and
Richard Duponcheel, historian.
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Row Ulm: M. -lones, M. Davis, V. Boraher-Secretarv,-I. llavis-l'resi- ll. Grate, Cl Rlfll-ll'flN. R. fil'-IN. ll. Ki'llllN. W- Riflsvlls. Nl1ilIl.mo
dent, G. Adanis-Historian, W. Rllllllllhli-'llI'CllSlll't'l', li. Kitelinger, Rua' 'l'l1rn'.' Staiiosln-mls. Nl. in-t'eiilet'. R. lliltl R, Xlullls. lx.n
Bstandig, P. Bindruin.Ruz1"l'zi'u.' H. Wliiteniairkl. ,Xllen, Nl. Nlalone, powit li. 'l. Milligan, K Slnllvl.
The Peru State GeographyCluh,which wasorganized presents a scholarship to an outstanding geograpliv
in 1963, has two main purposes: hrst, to develop the student. The cluli also is sponsoring nianv social
interests of students in geography: second, to illustrate activities this year.
developments in the field of geography. The club
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Row Uma' K. Wewel, K. Francis, W. Dickex. R. Ctirtis, preside: , .
it D BCl1C'lX'CllIll, l.. Bohling, l'. Uliphant, IL. Young, U. DlL'l'lxs, l.. Nlt lien'-
Casacly, vice-president, R. Ash, secrelarv-treasurer. U, lfritch, li. Bc ,
ill chei, sponsor. IfIl1l'7iIIIf'Il' li. Scllt-tk, sponsor, ti, Stretkci, C., .Xtl.in1s.
lf Rosengren. Huw Tivo: K. Svantlzi, D. Zgtrtncr, Cl. Bownitin, R. I.. l'ci1kax'a, N. Nlt'Cdx', W. Wittx, tl, llouser. ll. Nl.irsli.ill, S. Smith.
ALPHA MU 0 EGA
Alpha Mu Omega is a national honorary fraternity
for students qualihed in mathematics on the Peru State
College campus. The fraternity was organized on
campusjune 7, 1929.
The objectives of the fraternity are to discover more
about math by exploring problems I10l covered or pre-
sented in the mathematic courses offered by the college.
Once a month the fraternity meets with a program
consisting of discussion or a demonstration of some
form of mathematics.
The officers for this year are: Royce Curtis, president:
Richard Casady, vice president: Russell Ash, secretary-
treasurer. Mr. Lyle Nlcliercher and Nlr. Erwin Selleclt
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