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Page 25 text:
The Peru State College Auditorium was opened to the public at the 1969 Open House Activities. The building had just been remodeled prior to the Open I louse.
Main changes have been made in the auditorium for the benefit of the various activities which are carried on in the building. A steel cat-walk has been added to the ceiling and a portion of the ceiling is suspended on an angle to accommodate overhead spots.
The seating lias been reduced In approximate!) 100 seats and the audience will now enjo a view that is not hampered In looking around corners.
The stage area lias been made deeper, allowing more room for backdrops and equipment in tin back stage area. All of the walls have liecn rounded off and this will help the sound as well as add beaut) to the interior design.
Tlu new l renovated college auditorium
Bobcat cheerleaders were: B. Masters. C l-i'h. I. knippclmcir. t Weber. C. Dcknning. I) Parson.
Page 24 text:
Fine Arts Building
Victor I Jimlr.t l ine rls IlmUlim:
Situated on tin- site ol the old Music Mali, tlu Kim rts Outer Iioiiscs music. speech. and art departments, and lias an auditorium for recitals and tile smaller entertainments ('lass rooms are in the east and west ends while offices and practice rooms are along the north and south sides. A spacious lobln permits the displav of pictures and art objects. The Kinc Arts building is complcteb air-con-ditioned.
Victor II Jiudra, for whom the l ine Arts Center, was named, retired from the Peru State faculty in I9(il, after serving the college on the music facults since 1923.
The Kducation building, up until 1967. was called the T. I Majors Campus School. The school was named in honor of Colonel T. J Majors, an earls resident of Peru who had spent main years in the State legislature working lor Peru State College.
He was one of the members of the first legislature from the Peru area responsible for the establishment of P S C
The building was built in 1916 and opened in 1917.
Toda the Kducation building includes the Departments of Home Kconomics. Journalism. Business. Kducation. main other classrooms, and offices.
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The IVru Stale College chorus is under the direction of Mr. Kd-ward C. Camealy. This organization is open to all qualified students interested in vocal music. The chorus presents several concerts during the year. A fall concert was given on campus Novcm-her IS. and two lawn concerts on Max (i and l-'V This year they went on tour November 19 and 20. giving concerts at l-arragnl. Iowa; Carden Crovc. Iowa; and Johnson-Brock. The chorus also performed at the High School Chorale Clinic.
The officers this year were
I’residcn t. Ken Carnes; Viee-
President Hichard Shelton; and
Secretary ■Treasurer. Crystal Slid-
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