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Each year at Peru State College several freshman girls who
have had previous experience as high school cheerleaders vol-
unteer to represent their class in the freshman kickline at the
fall variety show. Composing this year's kickline were the
following: standing, Linda Knippelmeir, Glenrose Jackson, Danna
Henry, Marliss Cramer, Jan Dorrance. Diane Witty, Cathy
Grundmann, Linda Knippelmeyer, Donna Farsong kneeling. Nancy
Krakowski, Judy Baker, Kathy Reed, Lynda Shanahan, Bonnie
Crook, Karen Miller, and Jody Meyer.
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The show was produced by Charles Williams, staging, James
Levitt, director, and Patty Bindrum, choreographer.
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Every Danged Hundred Years" was the theme
for the centennial variety show. The evening
was launched by the distribution of "free sou-
The first onstage act on the program was
the traditional frosh kickline. The kickline con-
sisted of sixteen freshman girls performing an
Indian dance. The girls were Judy Baker, Marliss
Cramer, Bonnie Crook, Jan Dorrance, Donna
Farson, Cathy Grundmann, Danna Henry,
Glenrose Jackson, Linda Knippelmeyer, Nancy
Krakowski, Jody Meyer, Karen Miller, Kathy
Reed, Lynda Shanahan, and Dianne Witty.
Next, John Bstandig played a piano medley.
He was followed by Bob Beran's pantomime.
Accompanying himself onthe guitar, Richard
Warkins sang two folk ballads.
Throughout the show, Jim Guilliatt inter-
mittently appeared in hill country clothes with
little bits of historical knowledge for the audi-
Mr. Elmer Nemec and Marie Ballue offered
a comedy as two touring Hungarian musicians
called the River Boatmates. Shirley Pratt dem-
onstrated two outstanding baton twirling routines.
Bob Lierz and Bill Anderson appeared as
The Brothers None withathoroughly entertaining
comedy routine. Gloria Dasher performed I3
lively tap dance.
Miss Frieda Rowoldt, in a "foxy Santa"
costume, gave a riotous rendition of "The
Little Red Fox." Next, Seven Plus Une and
Mary Lu sang two selections.
The show closed on a lively note. The
Nightwatchmen, a Peruvian combo, played two
songs plus "Nightwatchmen," their own theme
Thus ended the annual variety showy and
Peru may have to wait another "danged hundrid
years" for its equal.
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Centennial Homecoming Queen Ceci Evangelist of
Newark, N, Y., is seated at her throne during the tradi-
tional Homecoming dance. Queen Ceci's escort was Rick
Connole. This reign included the Homecoming halftime,
the dance, and all the varied and delighdul events of
Peru's Centennial Homecoming celebration. Throughout
the Homecoming festivities, Ceci's charm captivated all
Peruvians. Her reign during Peru State's Centennial
Homecoming will be remembered as one of the finest.
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