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Epsilon Pi Tau
Epsilon Pi Tau is an honorary Professional Fratcrnit organization operating in the complementary fields of Industrial Arts Education and Industrial Vocational Education. The purpose of the organization is to recognize the place of skill, to promote social efficiency, to foster, counsel, and reward research in the fields of interest.
The organization is open only to students who have a grade point average of 6.40 or alx ve in the Industrial Arts and a minimum of 5.00 accumulative grade point average.
All candidates must have completed II hours in Industrial Arts and be enrolled in at least 4 additional Industrial Arts hours.
This organization is limited to upper class members with a field of concentration in Industrial Arts.
Some of the years important activities were: initiation of new members and field trips.
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Mu Epsilon Nu
The Delta chapter of Mu Epsilon Nu was nationalized December 8. 1966. This nationalization was preceded by a probationary jhtiocI during which Peru members had to meet certain standards.
Mu Epsilon N'u is an honorary educational fraternity for men. Officers of the organization are President. Jim Shills; Vice President. John Miller; Secretary. Terry Dennis; Treasurer, Bill Massie; Membership Chairman, Greg Reinders; and Parliamentarian, George Woods. Sponsor of the organization is Dr. Meyers.
The organization has sponsored many activities including: study skills program for freshman, sending teachers aids to Aurburn, teaching days at Nebraska Citv Lourdes Central, and Nehaxvka. The group visited the Educational Service Unit in Aurburn. Guest speakers were heard at several of the regular meeting dates.
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Faverio; B llulettc. Row 3 Males. I) Under; J shill . ; A Schroder; D Duncan.
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Industrial Arts Club
An associate group. The Industrial Arts Club, is open to anyone who is interested in Industrial Arts and vocational education. The club is affiliated with the American Industrial Arts Association. Club members receive the national publication. The Industrial Arts Teacher, published five times a year.
This year the activities of the Industrial Arts Club included a watermelon feed held in the fall, a field trip to Wichita. Kansas, to visit an atomic energy plant, and a steak fry in the early spring.
For the second year, the Industrial Arts Club took first
place in the Homecoming display contest. This years display consisted of a replica of the Fiffel Tower featuring a computer nrogrammed to tell alnmt the construction of the tower, and to forecast the outcome of the Homecoming game.
Those who are in charge of the club this year are: I.es H la vac. President; Hill Massey. Vice President; Roger Cral el, Secretary; and Wayne Wilcox, Treasurer.
The faculty sponsors of the club are Dr. Vernon Siegner and Dr. Ix stcr Russell.
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Kappa Delta Pi
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Kappa Delta I’i is the national honorary education fraternitx. The Peril chapter is Beta Mu. The pur-IX)SC of tile fraternity is t » encourage nigh professional, intellectual and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributors to the field ol education. Juniors and seniors who are in the up( er one-fifth of their class scholastically and who exhibit commendable personal qualities, worths educational ideals, and sound scholarship are invited to become nicmlrcrs.
This organization meets the first Monday of even month at a dinner. A steak fry was held in May for the installation of officers and to get acquainted.
Officers for the club are: Ken Carnes. President; Diana Collingham. Vice-President; Carol Greathouse, Secretary; Marx Budler. Treasurer; Marge Kngclman.
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