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I-'irstRow:M.Vopalensky,D.Adams,C, Bliss,J.Bretthorst, J. Shilts, D. Alvis, G. Reinders. Fourth row: J. Gaines,
M. Ballue, B. Wilder, Second row: J. Horgan, R.Bassett, R.Cottier, Fifth row,L.Bartels,D.Curtis,G.Schottenhame1,
R. Linder, J. Bernadt, J, Keys, Third row: L. Bradley, L. Strom. Sixth row, E. Foged, D. Pieper.
HI TORICAL OCIETY
PHI LPH THET
. The Peru Historical Society is a group
organized under Dr. George Schottenhamel's
sponsorship for students interested in his-
tory. The purpose of the organization is
to promote an understanding and appre-
ciation of history. The only requirement for
joining the club is an interest in history.
Projects andlactivities included: Speakers,
Christman party, scholarship, spring
banquet and a homecoming display. Officers
are: Pres. Rodger Bassett, V. President,
Jim Horgan, Sec.-Treas., John Bstandig.
The Eta Delta chapter of Phi Alpha
Theta, the honorary historical fraternity,
was established on the Peru campus in
October, 1957. Its purpose is to encourage
an enthusiastic interest in history events.
Requirements are 6.5 GPA in all history
coures and a 6.0 in all other courses.
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First row: E. Camealy, G. Wilson, C. Delp, P. Hay, C. Bliss, K. Rotter. Third row: J. Baker, R. Iles, T. Osborne, B.
M Ballue, J. Drake. Second row: B. Uhri, J. Blackburn, Patterson, J. Butts, R. Shelton. Fourth row: M. McNea1y,
M Hicks J. Piper, J. Harbour, M. Oestmann, J. Sprieck, K. Carnes, S. Brodersen.
MUS C EDUCATOR
TIO L CO FERENCE
The Music Educators' National
Conference is an organization con-
cerned primarily with those students
whose field of concentration or related
field is in the area of music. The club
is not, however, limited only to those
who are music majors, but welcomes
anyone who expresses a genuine in-
terest in music.
Each year the Music Educators'
National Conference sponsors high
school vocal and instrumental clinics
which attract hundreds of students
from area schools. The club sponsors
various musical productions, thus
giving the members some excellent
training for handling this sort of affair,
as each teacher of music will be called
upon to do. Through their regular
meetings and activities like the music
clinics, the students further their
interests and knowledge in the field
of music. Additionally, the club gives
the students the advantages of a pro-
fessional relationship as future music
Officers for the 1966-67 school
year included the following: Steve
Broderson, presidentg Kenneth
Carnes, vice-presidentg and Kathy
Rotter, secretary-treasurer. Serving
as faculty sponsor for the group was
Mr. Gilbert Wilson.
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Front R. McCoy, C, Nedrow, S, Schwiesow, Miss Hamer, D, Kramer, H, Stubbendieck, D, Pieper, R,
Rowoldt, P. Groff, Mr. Coxg second, R. Neujahr, R. Duponcheel.
Phi Beta Lambda was organized
approximately five years ago with a
membership of fifteen. The main ob-
jectives of this organization are to
further the students interests in busi-
ness education and business admin-
istrationg to encourage professional
standardsg to keep informed on policiesg
to create more interest and under-
standing in the intelligent choice of
a business occupationg and to aid in
civic betterment in colleges.
To be eligible for this honorary
fraternity, a student must have twelve
hours in business and must have an
over-all grade point average of six
in his business Courses. This year
students with six hours in business
and a six over-all grade point average
in these courses were welcomed as
Activities of the chapter include
attending the state conventiong the an-
nual Christmas party, when gifts are
wrapped for homeless childreng and an
annual picnic is held in the spring.
At the meetings information is pro-
vided about the business world, and at
least three guest speakers a year are
Officers for the 1966-67 school
year are: Ronald McCoy, presidentg
Charlotte Nedrow, vice-presidentg
Phyllis Groff, secretaryg Howard
Stubbendieck, treasurerg and Sherry
Schweisow, historian. The sponsors
are Miss Frieda Rowoldt, Mr. Jerry
Cox, and Mr. Vernon Kiely.
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