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Mary Lu Hicks
Joseph C. Oh
Mary Lu Hicks, a music major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hicks. Auburn. She has served as an officer in the band, chorus. M.E.N.C., and P.S.E.A. and was a member of Sigma Tau Delta. Kappa Delta Pi, English Club, S.G.A., and Peruvian and Pedagogian staffs.
Charlotte Nedrow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hershberger and wife of Larry Nedrow of Falls City, is a business major. She was a member of P.S.E.A., Phi Beta Lambda, White Angels. Peruvian and Pedagogian staffs. Charlotte also served as cheerleader one year.
Joseph Oh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Inwhan Oh, Seoul, Korea, is a chemistry major. He served as chemistry lab assistant, member of Historical Society, Christian Fellowship, Beta Beta Beta, Alpha Mu Omega. Foreign Language Club. In 1966-67 only one Korean student in the U.S. was on Who’s Who.
Dick Zaparanick, a major in history, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zaparanick of Westfield, New Jersey. He was active in P.S.E.A. and Phi Alpha Theta, and a letterman in crosscountry and track. He was also the sponsor of a young girl in Viet Nam.
Charlotte J. Nedrow
Richard C. Zaparanick
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Nine seniors at Peru State College were named to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges for the 1967-68 academic year. Five of the nine were January graduates.
Selection to Who's Who was based on excellence and sincerity in scholarship, leadership in academic and co-curricular activities, service to the school, and promise of future usefulness to society. At Peru State, the selection committee was composed of faculty and students, with Dean of Students Guy Rosenberg as chairman.
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Bill Bowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Bowen of Nebraska City, is an English major active in student publications, student government. English Club, Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Tau Delta. Mu Epsilon Nu. Dramatic Club, and debate. He is enrolled in Career Scholars at Nebraska University.
Joan K. Bretthorst
Joan Bretthorst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bretthorst of Dunbar, is also an English major serving as officer for English Club. Dramatic Club, Kappa Delta Pi. Sigma Tau Delta, and Phi Alpha Theta, and editor of Pedagogical and Sifting Sands.
Julie Emery, daughter of Mrs. Alice Emery of Nebraska City, is an elementary education major and has been active in Kappa Delta Pi. college band and chorus, including "Kiss Me Kate". She served as delegate to the national biennal convocation for Kappa Delta Pi.
George Evangelist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Evangelist of Newark, New York, is a physical education major, lettering in football and baseball. He was a member of Beta Beta Beta. Newman Club, and PSEA, and president of P-Club. He was also active in intramurals.
Julie DiCesare, a major in physical education, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harrison of Wood River, Illinois, and the wife of Ralph DiCesare. She was a member of Beta Beta Beta and Kappa Delta Pi; she was honored as Valentine Sweetheart in 1966.
William C. Bowen
Julia A. Emery
George N. Evangelist
Juliet M. Harrison DiCesare
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Front: S. Hrodersen. J. Blackburn. M. Lutt. C. Payton. J. Wheeler. J. Piper. P. Hay. A. Biller. M. Ballue. M. Seibert. S. Michal: middle: I). Williams. B. Patterson. S. Clements. T. Osborne. K. Carnes. J. Butts. L. Kammcrlohr, M. Hicks. G.
Hazen. W. Zentner. J. Duensing. B. Joiner; back: W. Tackett. C. Blankenship. S. Pratt. C. Houseman. C. Stiers. B. t'hri. B. Beran. S. Mason. G. Bernadt. J. Baker. R. lies. R. Shelton. Mr. Wilson. J. Tackett. Mr. Kreisher. J. Vanderford.
Peru State College Band
The Peru State College Band served a dual purpose, as a means of instrumental music instruction and as a means for student relaxation. The approximately forty-piece band presented several college concerts, in addition to touring local high schools in concert.
Mr. Gilbert E. Wilson, instructor of music and conductor of the college band, found great rewards and some frustrations in working with his musicians. Many members of the band were majoring in music; however, many of the members were merely interested students. In fact, one member. Mr. Ken Kreisher. was instructor of German on the college faculty.
In the fall season, the college band also performed halftime shows at the Bobcat football games, highlighted by the 1967 Homecoming ceremonies.
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