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Front: L. Russell. Sponsor; M. Bowman: D.
Bedca: S. Johnson: R. Swain; second: L. Adam; L. Rodcr; L. Hlavac, Treasurer: R. Grable;
back: G. Wchrbein: K. Arnold; R. Nolte. Vice President; D. Rinne; L. Matthes.
Front: V. Siejrner. Sponsor; T. Marshall; D. Obermeyer; D. Rain-forth. President; D. Francois. Secretary; second: P. Townsend; D. Brettmann: R. Gardner; D. Ogle; F. Rist; back: D. Buskirk; C. Haws; J. Ogle: J. Beck; J. Meyer.
Industrial Arts Club-- Epsilon Pi Tau
The Industrial Arts Club was open to anyone interested in industrial arts and vocational education. The club is affiliated with the American Industrial Arts Association. Club members received the national publication. The Industrial Arts Teacher. A regular project of the group has been a homecoming display; this year the IA display won first place honors.
The honorary fraternity for industrial art students. Epsilon Pi Tau. was organized in 1932. Qualification for membership was at least a “B” average in industrial arts courses. Members were only juniors and seniors. Officers for the honorary included: Larry Adam. President; Don Bedea, Vice President; Jim Kleveland. Secretary; and Les Hlavac. Treasurer.
Front: Dr. Siegner. Sponsor. J. Kleveland. D. Bedca. L. Rodcr. Dr. Russell. Sponsor: back: G. Wehrbein. K. Arnold. L. Hlavac. L. Adam.
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Front: Miss Holvey. Sponsor: L. Weinert: D. Sporer: M. Hun-zeker; M. Sugdcn; A. Massoth; J. Golden; second: Mrs. Kregel. Sponsor: J. Sears. President; G. Putnam; D. Schramm; M. Stutheit; M. Moody: C. Giwoyna. Secretary; L. Oldfield; back:
L. Rathbone; M. Lutt; M. Schlange. Treasurer: K. Lovitt Pres. Elect; G. Mullen; K. Hoemann; W. Howell; S. Clements; C. Dorn: not pictured: S. Rains. Vice President.
Home Economics Club
The objectives of the Home Economics Club were to improve education for the profession, provide for professional development and work for the improved status of the home, promote recruitment and vocational guidance and interpret the purpose and function of home economics. The club is affiliated within the National Home Economics Association, and any girl with a home economics major or minor may join.
The year’s activities included a United Nations Dinner, a Christmas party, and the Martha Washington Tea.
ime 01 the many domestic arts discovered in home economics is baking-
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Mu Epsilon Nu
Mu Epsilon Nu was the honorary educational fraternity for men; Peru's chapter. Delta, is one of four active units in the United States. The chapter was nationalized December 8. 1966.
Sponsors for the group were Drs. Shelley and Meyers. Two honorary memberships were awarded to Dr. Neal S. Go-mon and Senator Ross Rassmussen.
The group toured the Nebraska School for the Visually Handicapped and the School for the Deaf. Several "teaching days” were held at Nehawka. Tecumseh. and other local schools.
Delta Chapter also hosted the national convention in the fall.
Front: I). Swantek. Treasurer: B. Bowen; J. Jobe: L. Bartels: G. Reinders: second: I)r. Meyers. Sponsor: R. Linder: J. Shilts: G. Ahlin; B. Massie. President: back: R. Dobbs: J. Miller: S. Seawall: J. Kberly; K. Stoner. Vice President: J. Gaines. Membership Chairman.
Music Educators National Conference
Front: R lies; J. Piper. Secretary-Treasurer: M. Ballue: C. Bliss; J. Tackett: second: T. Osborne. C. Blankenship. C. Stiers. P May. J. Duensini;; third: K. Carnes: J. Harbour, Vice President: J. Blackburn: J. Baker: R. Patterson: fourth: Mr. Wilson. Sponsor: M. Hicks: B. Uhri; J. Butts: back: B. Joiner; R. Shelton; J. Vanderford: S. Broderson. President.
The Music Educators’ National Conference was primarily an organization for students concentrating in the field of music.
This year the MENC sponsored the high school vocal and instrumental clinics for students from area schools. The members receive valuable experience in directing such programs. The group also produced and presented “My Fair Lady." with Jim Butts as student director. Such musical productions have become annual projects for the M.E.N.C.
Through such activities, the group have furthered its interests and knowledge in the field of music.
Eliza Doolittle is recreated in MENC performance.
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