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And Through Just Plain Food And Fun
The seventh annual Phi Sigma Epsilon Intercollegiate Luau was held at Wisconsin Point this past year with an attendance of 450 students from SSU and other area universities.
Steak, salad, and roast pig were plentiful as was the beer, and the music for the event was provided by the “Brown Shoes” of Darlyne’s Lounge.
The main attraction of the Luau was the pig’s head which was carried around and displayed by one of the guests from Stevens Point who was “under the weather” so to speak.
Don Best, who was general chairman of the Luau, had assistance from Carl Bleicr, Joe Crociata, and Ron Ueckc, who cooked and distributed the food.
Shannon, one of the members of the Brown Shoes provides entertainment at the Luau.
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. . . Obtaining Desired Objectives
Queen Vcrncitc dances with her escort Bill Moravek.
Miss Vernette Nubson was crowned Military Ball queen for 1968 at the annual formal dance sponsored by the Arnold Air Society and Angel Flight.
The members of the Queen’s court were: Karen Barnard, Linda Carr, Shirley Conley, Maureen Healy, Nancy Jcmiola, and Patricia Wilson.
The ball was held in the entire Rothwell Student Center where music was provided by two bands that enabled the guests to choose their dancing beat.
Honored guests at the 20th annual Military Ball whose theme was "Flights of Fantasy" included: Dr. and Mrs. Karl Meyer, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Karl T. A. Moravek, and
Maj. and Mrs. Martin Higlcy.
Other honored guests were: Capt. and Mrs. Eldon F. Oldncttlc, TSgt. and Mrs. Alfred A. Dorn, TSgt. and Mrs. Windell L. Linscombc, SSgt. and Mrs. Albert J. King, and Area Commandant Col. Robert A. Allyn.
January, 1968 graduating cadets who were honored included Robert R. Fus, Michael S. Gaydcski, George E. Olson, Joseph G. Raker, Gerald T. Rep, and Distinguished Cadet Carl T. Zimmerman.
Also honored were June, 1968 graduates Thomas R. Riley, David A. Rubinstein, and Michael B. Wcstman, the Group Commander.
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Some of the 450 students attending the Luau raise their glasses for a cheer.
Kick Bock and Max Hcrasuta entertain students at the Luau during a band break.
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