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Standing, C. Payton, T. Marshall, B. I-Iaughton, M. Schultze, seated, M. Stutheit, R. Grable, J. Piper.
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Back, G. Ahlin, K. Yost, P. Bottomley, D. Linder, front, M. Hunzeker, M. Sugden, L. Oldfield, L. Monsees.
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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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Front: B. Wilder, C. Bliss, C. Evangelist, W. Turpin, Bohaty, R. Daly, D. Francois, J. Chasse, S. Pratt Mr
P Thompson, S. Floyd, second, L. Shanahan, F. Gyhra, Stemper.
M Mullen, M. Budler, J. Budler, J. Duensingg third, J.
There are three organizations on
the Peru State College Campus whose
main purpose is to give the student
body of Peru a chance to take part
in the religion of their choice.
The first organization is the Peru
State Newman Club. It was organized
in 1948 and its purpose is to broaden
the Catholic student's life religiously,
socially, and intellectually. The only
requirement for membership is to
have interest or preference for the
Catholic religion. The club has enjoyed
increased social activity and one of
the projects of this year was a speaker's
The faculty sponsor is Mr. Jerome
Stemper, and the off-campus sponsor
is Father Vincent Kelly. This year's
officers were: Pat Thompson, presidentg
Mary Budler, vice-:presidentg Jean
Wilkinson, secretaryg and John Bohaty,
Wesley Fellowship was organized
in September, 1960, to serve the
Methodist and non-affiliated Protes-
tant students on campus. The group is
basically a fellowship organization di-
rected at making student life more
complete through recreation, worship,
The Fellowship officers for the
1966-67 school year were as follows:
Lois Monsees, presidentg Linda
Oldfield, vice-president, Marilyn
Sugden, secretaryg Mary Hunzeker,
Gamma Delta is achurch fraternity
for college and university students. It
is affiliated with the Lutheran Church.
The sponsor is Reverend Gary Dassow.
This year's officers were: Roger
Grable, Pres.g B, Haughton, V.P.g J,
Pieper, Sec.: G. Jackson, Treas.
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