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Row One: Swegler, NI. Sautter, B. Conlon, Nl. Davis, li. .Xrnistiong, N. qlarxis, ll. Xedclt-nricp
Rua' 'IxIl'II.' R. Piet-tliolfl, B. l'1ou'en, li. Nlinks, tl. Ricliaids.
The Peru State Pedagogian is the newspaper voice of the Campus ol' a
Thousand Gales. Published approxiinatelv everv two weeks during the lall and
spring semesters, the "Ped" covers all school news.
This year's Pedagogian staff included: Richard Berthold, editor: Barbara
Gordon, personnel manager: Elaine Neddenriep, layout editor and photog-
rapher: Charles Richards, sports editor: Marv Sautter, feature editor: Bill
Bowen, business manager: lloan Bretthorst, copy editor: jackie Swegler, copv
editor: Mel Hester, photographer,
The reporting stalli included: Alicia Anclrews, Bobbie Armstrong, Nlvrene
Davis, Robert Minks, Dan Strecker, Marv Ann Sharp, Leland Schneider, Louis
Rogers, Nancy slarvis, and Mike Sullivan.
Stewart Linscheid was the faculty advisor.
Page 78 text:
Sifflllfllllgf L. Masters, M. Budler, W. Rimmer, Wheeldon. Seufzfrl: C. Richards, B. Bowen, B.
C ordon, S. johnson, R. Bertholcl, S. Beatty.
The 1965-66 Peruvian is the 58th edition of one of the oldest yearbooks in
Nebraska. Before the Perzwimz came into existence in 1908, there were two
other annuals. They were The Golden-Rod and The Oak Lefyf
The Perzwiasrz attempts to record the school year in pictures and words. At
the beginning of the 1965-66 school year, a definite ladder listing each page
and its purpose was developed. Organization, student, and faculty organiza-
tions were then begun. The Delmar Studio of Omaha, Nebraska, took individual
and organization pictures. Dr. Vernon Siegner photographed the new dormi-
tory for the colored insheets. Work on the sports section was completed as each
individual sport was finished. The activities were completed as they occurred,
featuring a calendar of the year.
The first-semester staff included: Sharon Beatty, copyreaderg Mary Budler,
copyreaderg Leona Masters, copyreaderl Stanleyjohnson, sports editorg Walter
Rimmer, photography editor: William Bowen and Mary Ann Sharp, Layout
co-editorsg Barbara Gordon, assistant editor: and Richard Berthold, editor.
Mr. Stewart P. Linscheid was the faculty advisor.
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PER SATB BA
The Peru State band functions under the direction of Mr.
Gilbert E. VVilson, who has supervised this branch of the music
department lor many years. The band ofhcers were: Ross
Oestmzmn, president: Charles Wlellensila, vice president: -lim
tlohnson and Mary Ellen Uestmzmn, band board members.
The band, though not ll marching group, presents a drill
for the Homecoming half-time show each year. On December
2nd, the winter concert was presented to open the Christmas
season. Before leaving on 21 tour FCl7l'll21l'y 24 and 25, they
performed for the college convocation- the 23rd. A March
concert was presented and the band participated in a joint
concert with the choir May 19.
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