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Page 66 text:
Row One: F. Rowoldt, K. Wewel, M. Murren, Sprieck, T. Cloyd. Row Two: S. Davis, K. Hennig,
C. Evangelist, K. Francis, M. Nlowry, C. Hershberger, M. Masters, K. Cluinn.
In 1948, serving as secretary to the president ofthe
college, Miss Nadine Powers organized the White
Angels to promote spirit and interest in college activities.
The Cherubs, created in 1959, serves as a preliminary
organization for those girls wishing to become White
Angels. Qiualihcations include at least a five point grade
Members of the White Angels cooperate with the Blue
Devils in operating a concession during games. Both
clubs are especially active in Homecoming events.
Officers for the White Angels included: Myra Murren,
presidentg tloanie Spreick, vice presidentg Lucille Cloyd,
secretary: and Kris Wewel, treasurer. Marilyn Masters
and Sheryl Davis sponsored the Cherubs. Miss Rowoldt
is the faculty sponsor.
Row One: M. Masters, S. Bosshart, M. Birdsley, B. Borgeson, S. Davis. Row Two: D. Speckmann,
L. Barelos, L. Sporer, B. Hadenfeldt, L. Masters, M. Rex. Row Tl1r1'e: johnson, T. Clements, L.
Wright, A. Cox, T. Mahoneygj. Wewel.
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Row Om on Davis trersurer Vlyiene Dnis president 1, Neal Bower, Alicia Andrews, Antoinette Nlartin, Nlrs
Bnbni C oidon iccretny Dan lxnudsen vice president lnade, Marv Iillen Oestinann.
PER DRAMATIC CLUB
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Myrene Davis president Bill Bowen on Davis Treasurer Barbari Gordon Secretary:
The Peru Dramatic Club endeavors
to stimulate dramatic activities on the
Peru Campus and in the area which
it serves. The club was first organired
in 1908, and is the oldest dramatic
organization in Nebraska. A point
system forms the basis for member-
ship: points may be earned in club
productions, convocations, and other
dramatic or speech work.
Annual projects include the home-
coming and the spring plavs. The
club also presented "The Gift ol
The Magi" as a Christmas convoca-
tion this year.
Each year one senior member is
elected to receive the Dramatic Club
Award. This award is given in recog-
nition of outstanding achievement in
the field of dramatics.
This vear's officers were Nlvrene
Davis, president: Dan Knudsen, vice
presidentg Barbara Gordon, secre-
tary: and jon Davis, treasurer. Mr.
R. D. Moore is the sponsor of the
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Row One: N. Reidy, S. Hopp, K. Francis, N. Check, B. Rutz, D. Speck-
S. Brown, B. Hadenfeldt, T. Mahony. Row Tlzzwc' C. Houseman, NI.
mann, R. Kalafut, Bang, D. Pierson, L. Dierkhoff. Rum Two: G. xlacobsen, N. McCullough, B. Blacobsen, A. Cox, li. Beatty, CI. Chan-
jackson, C. Nickels Secretary-Treasurer, Walford, K. Hammer,
B. Fintel,j. Dodson, N. Muse President, S. Kenworthy, P. lliompson,
dler, M. McMunn.
WQME S ATHLETIC
WAA is open to women students who are interested
in women's physical education. Some of the activities
in which members can participate are touch football,
basketball, volleyball, swimming, and other sports.
A delegation from WAA participated in a volleyball
clinic at the University of Nebraska. Here rules were
demonstrated and strictly enforced during the games.
One of the objectives of the clinic was to administer
examinations for oflficiating licenses to those who were
First year members are encouraged to work toward
a letter: second and third year members, a gold bar:
and fourth year members, a book concerning their
respective majors. Each year the club awards a 350
scholarship to a freshman.
Officers for the 1965-66 school year were Nancy
Muse, presidentg Ruth Kalafut, vice president: and
Carol Nickels, secretary-treasurer. Miss Bonnie Rutz
sponsors the organization.
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