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A re-enactment of Peru State's first graduation included Bob Beran as Colonel T. J. Majors and Dave Kramer and Joan Bretthorst
as the graduates.
Miss Bonnie Rutz
MAY FETE THEME
PANORAMA OF PAST
"Centennial Panorama" was the theme of the
1967 May Fete. The program included: "Let Me
Entertain You," solo, Carolyn Priceg "Put Your
Little Foot," danced by Peru State's folk dance
class, "Of Course I'm a Horse," danced and sung
by the Peru Campus School second and third
gradersg "Indian Love Call," solo, Joyce
Blackburn, "Missouri Mud," tap dance, Pat
Quigleyg "I Want To Be A Football Hero," duet,
Melody and Dennis Winingerg "Caravan," acro-
batic dance, Arlene Moss, "First Commence-
ment," re-enactment of Peru State's first gradu-
ation ceremony of 1870, prepared by Robert D.
The traditional winding of the May Pole, danced
by the Campus School's seventh and eighth grade
students, concluded the pageant. May Fete was
directed by Miss Bonnie Butz, piano played by
Mary Lu Hicks, Gary Viterise was emcee, and
Pat Quigley was choreographer.
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The six freshmen who were elected as ladies-in-waiting were Pat Smart, Nancy Krakowski, Marliss Cramer, Kathy Reed, Candy
Gray, and Lynda Shanahan.
The 1967 May Fete Royalty included Jim and Guilliat, sopho- juniors, Larry Colgrove and Linda Kay Knippelmeir, freshmen,
moresg Tim "Sarge" Gilligan and Ceci Evangelist, seniors, The flower girls were Carol Brady, Joannie Douglas and Jerri
Larry Franke, stand-in for King Mike Guilliat, and Queen Patterson, crownbearer was Todd Gavin.
Pat Knippelmeir, seniors, Ralph DeCesare and Julie Harrison,
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Dr. Young accepts a token of appreciationfrom
Dr. Gomon, following graduation.
Rev. Ben L. Duerfeldt
Ceremonies marking Peru State's
ninety-eight annual commencement ex-
A ercises took place in the college audi-
' torium on May 29. Baccalaureate speaker
i Rev. Ben L. Duerfeldt, and Commence-
d ment speaker Dr. Kenneth D. Young,both
Q Peru graduates, challenged and inspired
5 the 135 degree candidates.
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