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Row 1 C. Tynun. B Haller. C Knoll. J Fruna. I) Schneider. Row 2 Mr Stemper, R O'Connor. T Pctsche. I) l-aMontagne. J Meyer Row 3 J Miller. V Tackett. R, Weller, J Patera. R Bodic
The Newman Club is an organization for college students designed to promote the principles of the Catholic doctrine. Its function is to offer students social, intellectual, and religions interests. It is open to all students of the Catholic denomination on campus. Founded in 1948 at Peru State, it was preceded by the College Catholic Association.
This year the group was very busy with numerous activities and projects such as a display for Homecoming, and a pizza party open for all students.
Kach Wednesday evening meetings were held in the
Science Building for those students interested in becoming inem! ers of the Catholic faith.
The officers of the Newman Club for the 1968-69 school year were: jarold Bartek. president; Paul l.oding, vice-president; Kathleen Vandcnberg. secretary; and Carol Tynon, treasurer.
The faculty sponsor of the organization was Mr. Jerome Stemper. and off-campus sponsor was Father John McCabe of St. (Mara s in Peru.
Row 1: t.. Shanahan, M. Mullen. Father McCabe. R Gibson. C. I'll- L. Berger. S. Pratt Row 3: A. Schnitzer. J Bartek. R Kiser, j Fisher,
sperger, C. Bliss. Row 2: I) Kreifcls. J Budler. Nl Wenzl, K Boyle, I) Duncan. R Ik-hrns
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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.
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.
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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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Lutheran Student Associatio
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Tlu- l.ntlicraii Student Association was the campus organization for all interested Lutheran students concerned with the church. The mem-lx rs participated in spiritual, intellectual, and social activities.
The group sponsored several projects during the year, including two movies entitled. I.SI) and "Time for Burning. Rev. Lincoln B. Justice of llumholdt and Professor Erwin II Goldcnstcin were guest speakers for the year. A panel consisting of eight inter-racial students was conducted. The group went caroling during Christmas. A special communion service was held at Raster.
Rev. William L. Jurgens sponsored the organization. Officers for the past year were Pamela Rohrs. President; Kyra Rengstorf. Vice-President; Cathy (.'rose. Secretary; and Dennis Rcnandcr, L. S A Action Director.
A Lutheran Club, known as Camma Delta, was a church fra ternitv lor college students.
The first and third meetings of each month were devoted to topics for discussions. The second meeting was set aside for speakers or movies; and the fourth meeting "as devoted to social recreation in Auburn. I rips to out-of-town meetings were taken; and outside activities took place lor all persons from any denomination.
The officers for Gamma Delta were: Bob Anncn, President; Roger Grablc. Vice President; Maureen Marshall. Secretary; and lorry Marshall. Treasurer
Reverend Dassow was sponsor of the organization.
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