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Page 60 text:
Row mir: G. Wilson, sponsor, D. Hunzeker, M. Wellensiek, M. Hicks,
C. Wright, S. johnson, S. Davis, R. Shaffer, D. Bolin, H. Thomas,
sing, Piper, C. Smith, B. Peck, D. Nibola, Baker,j. Butts, B.
Patterson. Raw Tlzree: R. Oestmann, T. Woolsey, B. Joiner, president,
gpqjngor, Rgw Twgg C, Wellengiek, R, She-lum, M, Mqlvlegily, D, Dnen- johnson, vice-president, Ohnmacht, S. Brodersen, A. Bartek.
The Music Educators National Conference is pri-
marily an organization for students concentrating in
the field of music. However, it is open to anyone
interested in music.
Each year the M. E. N. C. sponsors high school vocal
and instrumental clinics which attract hundreds of
students from area schools. Through their regular
meetings and activities like these clinics, the students
further their interests and knowledge in this Field.
The 1965-66 officers are: Billjoiner, president,jim
johnson, vice president, and Mary Lu Hicks, secretary-
treasurer. Mr. Gilbert Wilson is the gToup's sponsor.
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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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Row One: Stukenholtz, P. xlasa, D. Francois, P. Stevenson, D. Andersoii, D. klarvis, Sponsor. Row ilifllfl S ll 1
Perry, Hanks, Sayer, Patterson, B. lareclte, Kleielgtnd, R. Windliorst, R. .-Xllgood, li. Nlassie, llf t
RII1l'l7iTllII.' D. Wei11c-11, il. Witler, K. ."xl'llUICl, R. li1tskl1oIi, I.. l..1111a Hates, R. P1.1.1flc, 15. lfo1c'l114111. l.. I.1m's C C 11111
brechl, D. Stewart, N. Bower, R. Nlones, l.. Adani, Wilsoi
I DU TRIAL ART CLUB
EP ILO PI TAU
The honorary fraternity for industrial arts students
is Epsilon Pi Tau. The Hrst chapter was organized on
Dec. 9, 1932. It was the first to be organized west of
the Mississippi River.
Qvualilications for entrance into this fraternity
are that the student must maintain at least a "B"
average in industrial arts. He must also be a junior
or senior. Sponsors for this fraternity are Mr. .Iarvis
and Dr. Siegner.
The associate group, Industrial Arts Club is open
to anyone interested in industrial arts and vocational
education. Affiliated with the American Industrial
Arts Association, the organization nienibers receive
the national publication, "The Industrial Arts
Teacher." This magazine is published five times
yearly. Officers of this organization are: President,
Paul Stevenson: V. President, David Perry: Secretary,
jim Hanksg and Treasurer, jerry Sayer.
Ram' Uma' Saver, P. Stcvciiso
D. larvis, Wilson, ll. Siegner,
,- V, y
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