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R«m I J Miller. I. Knip|H liiu'ir. l l.utt. Mr. Cm. J Shills. I) Bus-kirk R«m 2 I llimcll. k Burch. M Mullen. k Wlilcinwr. I? Haller Rim |) Dodge. I Osbom, M Callahan, j Raess, ( Schlossei i
SHineiilcr Rou 4 1. Sorenson. C. Reindierv I) I .anger. Dave Kramer. K O'Conner, B Kvcrhart.
Student Governing Association
The Student Governing Association. better known as S.G.A.. was the body of student-elected representatives of all organizations and classes on campus. Officers elected for this past year are as follows: President. Larry Sorenson; Vice President. Ken Burch; Secretary, Linda Knippel-meier; Treasurer. Tom Howell.
Though limited in its power, the Student Governing Association did play an important role in campus activities. This year the S.G.A. established a judiciary board to hear complaints of students, which in turn were turned over to the administration. The S.G.A. revised their constitution to better meet the needs of the students.
This year the S.G.A. sponsored several campus activities including all college dances, the annual watermelon feed, the all college picnic and Homecoming activities.
Pinklcnl Urn Sorenson
Vice President Dana I Ictus
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Phi Beta Lambda
The Kpsilon Tau chapter of Phi Beta I .am Ixl a is an honorary organization open to business students having an overall G.P.A. of -TOO. with a G. P. A. of 6.(X) or over in all business courses. To become a pledge, a student must have at least six hours of business in addition to tl e required G.P.A To become eligible for regular membership, a student must have at least 12 hours of business courses and the neccssarx
The important events for the year were a tour of the Woodcarv Plant and banquet at Arbor Manor, a Christmas party, guest speakers at the meetings, and a facultx auction project. The organization also helped area high schools set up l-'BI,A chapters.
' B LamP°; s Rains; » Derrick: L Malzncr; J Join lt«m 2 S Kramer. G Jack-'7':. M Zt'"ur- 1 PcIwIh : I) Kramer Row J M , "u Sparnur: C Houseman. I Km liler.
D McHugh Row 4 M Bennett: J Budler; D Cnpcnhavcr; J Barnes; Miss Rnwoklt. Row 5 Mr Co ; S Rudolph
The Circle K club of Peru State College is a kiwanis affiliated service organization. The purpose of the organization is aimed toward the betterment and advancement of the campus and community. The main requirements for membership is to be a male student enrolled in the college, and to lx in gtxxl academic and social standing.
Many projects have been constructed by Circle K in the past to benefit the campus and community. They held a hootenanny to raise money for the United Fund and the American Cancer Society.
Circle K participated in many campus activities. They built a Homecoming display, ushered at plays, helpecl with open house, and worked on May Fete. The members of the organization have dedicated much time to the campus radio station. K. P. S. C.
Row 1: I) Curtis; J Stulls; D Pctschc; G. Ahlin; J Price.
I.indt-r; S. Mason; B Beran Row 2: Dr Wininigcr; D
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left to Night: I) Allison. T Howell. I) Dodge. L Sorenson. C. Schlosser. I) Kramer. S Hill. I) Schneider.
Voice of the Student Body
Students selecting President, and Vice President fnrS. A.
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