Peru State College - Peruvian Yearbook (Peru, NE)

 - Class of 1969

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Page 81 text:

Front Row: T. Tuilasea, S. NVyinorc. S Drake. I. Riencke. Back Row: R. Craltlc. J Patera. M. Tagofau. A. Schnitzer. C. Finke. M Mahlendorf Majors Hall A. I). Majors Hall, constructed in the early 1960’s has the capacit of making homes for 180 men students. The hall was named in honor of A. I). Majors of Omaha, formerly of Peru. Mr. Majors served on the Normal Board for 18 years, and aided in obtaining funds for the new building. During the Homecoming festivities, the men of Majors Hall constructed a unique float for their queen candidate. The float consisted of a sedan on which their candidate was carried. Those that carried the sedan wore costumes of Roman slaves along with their master. The officers for the year were: President, Meron Solonvnka; Vice-President Malaesasi Togafau: Secre- tary-Treasurer. Tom Mosser. 77 Officers are from left: M. Solonvnka. President: M. Togafau, Nice-President; T Mosser. Secretary -Treasurer

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Davidson-Palmer Hall Davidson-Palmer Hall, located sontli of the campus and part of the Centennial Complex, is the newest co-ed dorm on the campus with its first years in I9( 7-()S. The Davidson-Palmer Mall officers for the l9(iS-( 9 school year were: Jane Civchund. President; I fever I Rawlings, Vice-President; If nth l.euenburger, Secretary I’reas-nrer; and Martli Mnllen. SCA Representative. Davidson-Palmer and Clay burn-Matthews worked on their display for Homecoming featuring Kgypt as the theme It was the second year for the Centennial Complex to enter this displax contest A Christmas part was In-Id in the complex cafeteria for all memliers of Dax idson-Palmer and Clayburn-Matthcws. Officers .mil counselors 1 Davidson-Palmer II.ill .in-. Ii-ll In uitlil ( (.i'IIiiIj. M Sumlen secreturv -Treasurer. It lA-ucnburgei. I) ll«»l - iiiMin President, J I.n.li.mil Him 2 Vice President It Kanlint's; I (iylu.i. s(. Hep.. l Mnllen N Coklcn s Slemp Delzell Hall The oldest dormitory at Peru State College. Delzell Hall was named after W.N. Delzell. who was with Peru from 1903 to 1940. The dormitory provides study-sleeping rooms for 151 residents. Delzell Hall sponsored Kathy llul-fum for homecoming. n unusual highlight of Del .el Is homecoming activity was when their display was burned to the ground the night before the displays were to he judged. Delzell Hall is under the super-vision of Mrs. Ixmgfcllow Mrs. Longfellow is aided by four floor counselors Ron Collier, basement; Rob Morris, first floor; Dave 1.anger, second floor; and Greg Thompson, third floor. Among the various activities held by the dormitory during the past year were a Christmas party and a hot dog feed. Di-l t-ll cuuueil includes. sealed It (Nilitci. J McReyimkls. (. Iltompson. M Saatlmff Itnn 2 B Morns. President. B Wassil. Necretarx- Trcasurcr. J Xl.usli.dl. X its- President. f Benson. Dave I.angei



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Morgan Hall Rum I I) kreifels; s Txler. k Copas R ‘« - 1$ Richard. I I.ovjit, C. Willey. I O'C........... Row ; j Piper; C Payton. I) Ncbd»: I- knippelmeir; I Smisogood; 1 Krli, I’ Rohrs K Rulhhnii The Women Student Association in Morgan Hall is represented by the dormitorx counsel. Tlu counsel consists of Kay l.ovitt. President; Candy Willey. ice-President; Barbara Bich-ards, Secretary-Treasurer; and Betts O'Connor, S.C.A. Bepresentative Other members of the counsel consists n| floor counselors Donna Krei-fels, Carols n Payton. Pam Bolirs, Both Bathbim, Jolene Piper, and Pegecn Sxviscgood. Dasvn Nclmla served as Sister-Sue chairman; l.iuda knippelmeir, Friendship chairman; and Katin Copas, social chairman. Representing the freshman class ssere Mars Lou Krb and Sylvia Tyler. The ssing counselors ssere ap-|K inted by Mrs. Bcckcly and Dean Bradley to maintain peace and quiet in the halls. Tiles also bring ness ideas and suggestions before the council and help them decide boss the dorms money shall Ik spent. The Morgan Counsel, as all the dormitory governments, is responsible for such matters as. general discipline measures, and sponsoring dormitory activities such as the annual Christmas party. Wesley Fellowship Formed in September of IW (j. the Wesley Fellowship was organized to serve the Methodist preference and other non-affiliated Protestant students Areas of influence ssere centered xxithin four groups, namely; xvorship, outreach, evangelism, and fellowship. Kacli in turn xxas emphasized to bring spiritual inspiration, recreation, xxitness and service to each member. Peru’s Wesley Fellowship also contributed the support of Christian college students in other countries. There ssere no membership requirements for this organization. The Wesley Fclloxvship officers ssere: Diane Reeve, president; Kay Allsman. vice-president; Pat Neu-meistcr, secretary, and Vickie Williams. treasurer. Wesley Fellowship director xvas Bcvcrend Robert Linder. Row 1 S Clements; Williams; k Vllsinan. J Itoll. I) Robinson; I Pnfalil Rom 3 |) c(|- I) Reeve; I eumeister. M Jensen. Ross 2 el; J Bemadt; Rev. Under; 1) l.mder. I) R Mains, I. kilgore; S Pcrristall; C (mtlul.i; Collingliam.

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