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Row one: P. Bindrum, C. Nickels, G. Armstrong, O. Bierman, Sear, R. Shuman. Row Three: G. Schottenhamel, sponsor. Davis
Bstaitding, Dickman, D. Van Buskirk, M. Tinkham, M. Malone, M. Greenlee, R. Peterson, G. Richards, R. Krofta, D. Tickner, D.
W. Ferins, P. l.CIl,xl, Kelly, R. Agnew, G. jackson. RozuT1u0: G. Bean, Cramer, M. Smagacz, D. Curtis, G. Neumann, R. Leander, M. Guil-
A. Martin, P. Bottomley, R. Rist, R. Linder, R. Bassett, T. Gilligan, liatt, D. Piepeigj. McVicker, R. Hilt, L. Strom, sponsor.
Stanosheck, H. Marshall, H. Grace, Hansen, I.. Stewart, R.
PERU HI TORICAL ASSCDCIATIO
PHI ALPHA THETA
Rim' Uma' Bstanding, O. Bierman,j. Dickman, M. Tinkham, D. Van Buskirk,
G, Schottenhamel, sponsor. Row Two: I.. Strom, sponsor. R. Bassett, H. Grace,
R. Hilt, M. Greenlee, H. Marshall, M. Malone.
The Peru Historical Society is a group orga-
nized under Dr. George Schottenhamel's spon-
sorship for students interested in history. The
. Society's officers were: james Snyder, president,
March Tinkham, vice president, Mike Malone,
secretary, and joan Dickman, treasurer.
The Eta Delta chapter of Phi Alpha Theta,
the honorary historical fraternity, was established
on the Peru campus in October, 1958. Its purpose
is to encourage an enthusiastic interest in history
and current events. All candidates for Phi Alpha
Theta must be members of Peru Historical
Society. They must have twelve hours of history
with a 6.5 average in the courses and a 6.0
average in two-thirds of all other courses to
attain fraternity membership.
Phi Alpha Theta has the same officers as the
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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,
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Row 0110: I.. Kregel, Advisor. A. Borcher, lilsinger, M.A. Rode- I.. WIteeldon,Al.ilolinson, C, Racletnatlier, C. Ciwoyna, B. Arinstrong
macher, I.. Rogers, S. Hopp, I. Spottl. Row Two: C. Cook, M.xlat'ohsen, Rll1l'i'l!Ill7'.' I.. Monsees, M. Inglis, M. Cray, P. Bottomley, I'. Qittatlteti
C. Henderson, L. jones, C. Hawley, I.. Cosletttl. Ifockeii, B. Borgcson, husli, C, Meier, S. kelly, D. Mt'Cotiiigtugltey, Dodson.
M. Snyder. Rout Tln'f'ff.' McNeeIy, M. Rex, I.. Arnistrong, S. Seilxert,
HCDME ECON IC CLUB
Mrs. Sproul and Mrs. Kregel, assistant professors ol
Home Economics, are co-sponsors of the Home
Economics Club. The officers are: Linda Rogers, Presi-
dent: Arlene Borcher, Pres.-Elect: Judy Elsinger, V.
Pres.g Mary Rademacher, Secretary: Sandra Hopp,
The year's activities included a United Nations
Dinner, a Christmas Party, Martha Washington Tea,
and a Freshmen Tea.
The objectives of the club are to improve education
for the profession, provide for professional develop-
ment and work for the improved status ofthe home,
promote recruitment and vocational guidance and
interpret the purpose and function of Home Economics.
This club is affiliated with the National Home Economics
Association, and any girl with a Home Economics major
or minor may join.
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