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Page 94 text:
Row one: Mr. Wilson, Directorg S. Michelg D. Williamsg
C. Paytong M. Ballueg J. Piperg S. Broderseng A. Biller
D.Henryg P. Hayg C. Delpg J. Focken. Row two: J. Blackburn
T. Osborneg M. Luttg S. Prattg R. Bang, W. Tackett, M,
Oestmanng M. McNealyg K. Jacksong B. Patterson. Row
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three: J. Meyerg J. Duensingg W. Zentnerg M. Fisher
, B. Joinery K. Carnesg J. Buttsg M. Hicks. Row four R
Ilesg E. Nemecg R. Sheltong B. Berang D. Speckmann
B. Uhrig G. Ahling G. Bernadtg J. Johnsong J. Vanderford
PERU S TE BAN
A Tradition in u ic
The band is primarily a concert
organization. During the school year
the band presents concerts both on
and off-campus. It also functions at
college and football and basketball
games as a pep organization. This
year Mr. Wilson took a leave of ab-2
sence and was replaced by Mr. Lumir
Havlicek. Mr. Havlicek composes music
as a hobby. He has had published four
piano march books and twenty com:-
positions of music. 4
Page 93 text:
First row, seated: B. Terwilliger, M. Mowry, P. Groff, Rademacher, R. Jones, A, Sherwood, L. Colgrove R
J Johnson, J, Bretthorst, P, Thompson, K. Stoner, J. McCoy, standing: R. Kroll, M1-,Brady,
Bstandig, M, Hicks, second row, seated: J, Sprieck, C.
T DE TGOVERNIN
The students' voice on the campus
is the Student Governing Association.
The Association is made up of its
president and vice president, elected
from the student body, representatives
from student organizations and classes.
Annually the SGA sponsors many events
for the student body. Some of these
events include: watermelon feed, home-
coming activities, all-college dances,
picnics, conventions and mixers. Elect-
ed to the SGA last spring were President
Ron Kroll and Vice President Pat
atives are: Jan Johnson, Phyllis Groff,
Tom Rosengren, Joanie Sprieck, Joan
Bretthorst, Mary Mowry, Ron McCoy,
Mary Lu Hicks, LaVelle Hitzemann,
Jerry Allen, Jackie Swegler, Ken
Stoner, John Bstandig, and Pat
Thompson. Class representatives are:
Ron Jones, Beth Terwilliger, Dennis
Three more members will be e-
lected from the freshman class of 1970.
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Page 95 text:
First row: J. Emery, M. Hicks, M. Anderson, B. Wilder,
B. Richard, M. Ballue, J. Duensing, B. Lampe, C. Payton,
P. Bindrum. Second row: K. Lovitt, J. Piper, J. Blackburn,
B. LaFayette, M. Stutheit, J. Harbour, F. Gyhra, S. Brown,
G. Asa, M. Kloepping, R. Fischer, S. Foster, C. Delp.
Third: K. Rotter, M. Martin, P. Hay, C. Bliss, J. Hennessy,
. W . in
P. Marsh, L. Nedrow, J. Brammer, W. Peterson, B.
Patterson, R. Williams, J. Butts, D. Boh1ing,lTeresa
Hummel. Fourth row: Edward Camealy, M. Damiano, G.
Viterise, B. Uhri, L. Poessnecker, M. McNea1y, B. Joiner,
S. Brodersen, D. Alvis, K. Carnes, G. Hazen, R. Iles,
T. Osborne, W. Stuck, R. Shelton.
CE TENN L CHORU
Superb ocal u ic
The Peru State Chorus, under
the competent direction of Mr. Edward
G. Camealy, is open to all qualified
students interested in vocal music.
The Chorus presents an annual
For many years the Chorus has
made spring trips to other schools
in the area, entertaining them with
some very fine vocal selections.
The officers for the 1966-67 term
were: Jim Butts, president, Mary Lu
Hicks, vice presidentg and Jolene Piper,
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