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Page 50 text:
Circle K. a student counterpart of the civic Kiwanis Club, was organized on campus in 1967. Its general purposes were closely correlated to the Kiwanis goals; that is. Circle K aimed toward community betterment and advancement.
Some of the group’s major projects included a campus hootenanny, an allcollege convocation, and a projected campus radio station.
Officers include, from left: J. Bures. Treasurer: J. Graham; D. Cramer.
Vice President: R. Gieck; R. lies. Secretary; S. Mason. President: Dr. Wininger. Sponsor.
Junior Kiwanis of America
Front: R. Beran; R. Bartels: R. Buies: R. Linder; G. Feit: W. Peterson: second: D. White: T. Mikkelsen; H. Elder; L. Bull; D. Curtis; back: M. Harris: E. Marks: D. Meyer: J. McReynolds; R. Hinkel: D. Owen.
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Front: Miss Rowoldt. Sponsor: J. Meyer: I). Speckmann. Treasurer: D. Henry; M. Mowry. President: L. Knippelmeir: second: C. Shanklin: S. Slemp: M. Hicks: M. Burr: L. Rieschick:
B. Richard: A. Massoth: back: J. Blackburn: M. McVicker: K. Lovitt. Secretary: B. Lampe: M. Schlange: C. Willey: G. Jack-son: M. Blezek: not pictured: B. Lafayette. Vice President.
The White Angels was organized in 1948 to promote spirit and interest in college activities. A subsidiary organization, the Cherubs, was created in 1959 to serve as a preliminary step for gaining membership in the White Angels. All members must
have a 5.00 grade point average.
Some of the group’s activities included a homecoming display, organized cheering at most games, and poster campaigns to promote school spirit.
Miss Frieda Rowoldt. served as faculty sponsor.
The White Ansels float holds with the Homccomins theme as the sirls predict a "licking Rood" victory for the Peru Bobcats.
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Wesley Fellowship was organized in 1960 to serve the Methodist and non-affiliated Protestant students on campus. Recreation, worship, and study make student life more complete through the fellowship of the group. The members received frequent opportunities for worship and congenial relations with fellow students.
The Wesley Fellowship sponsored several special projects during the year, including a program featuring a guest speaker—a foreign student member of the group.
Front: D. Collingham; M. Sugden. President: K. Yost: M. Koelliker. Vice President: L. Oldfield: C. Greathouse; back: Rev. Linder. Sponsor: D. Linder: G. Ahlin. Treasurer: M. Harris: D. Reeve: K. Gregory. Secretary.
Front: P. Rohrs; R. Green: M. Burr: S. Michal: H. Hofeling; M. Gerdes; C. Rottman: second: B. Johnson; S. Kramer; B. Lampe: A. Ritter; K. Rengstorf; J. Weers; E. Flattre: back: R. Riensche; D. Kramer; K. Carnes; L. Hitzemann: D. Curtis: G. Rogers; W. Stuck.
The Lutheran Student Association was newly reorganized on campus in 1967. Members enjoyed spiritual, intellectual, and social activities.
Group projects were planned to promote discussions and exchanging of opinions and ideas on major moral and academic topics.
The sponsor for the group was Rev. William L. Jurgens.
All three religious groups pictured on this page cooperated in a Christmas party this year. The clubs shared responsibilities in planning, financing, and directing the party held in the Town Hall.
The Newman Club was the campus organization for Catholic students and those interested in the Church. Its function was to offer students social, intellectual, and religious activities on campus. Some of the activities during 1967-68 included the Newman Forum, the presentation of full-length movies, a dance, and a Christmas party in conjunction with the Lutheran Student Association and Wesley Fellowship.
Father Vincent Kelly was the off-campus sponsor and Mr. Jerome Stemper was the faculty advisor.
Front: J. Meyer. Treas.: J. Budler; M. Budler, Pres.; M. Mullen. Sec.; P. Gilmore; C. Bliss; back: S. Pratt; L. Shanahan: B. Oliver; M. Gude. V.P.; J. Bartek: K. Lovitt; Mr. Stemper.
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