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PERU STATE TEACHERS COLLECE Peru, Nebraska


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DfDIGATIOn We're starling o!! with a 6own· beAt ln this mighty opus, and who do you think we're dedicating il to? Ua. Little ol' we'uns; the student body: J:'"carless Freddie and Frantic Frannie. Without htllc oJI us, where would the facullf be? In fact, where would the achoo be? Somewbert" else I So that proves that we're mtahty Important characters around Peru, ... --mighty important I If we weren't here, Cemetery Htll would ~ a place of desolation, bobby·aoxera on hunting expedition• would not atadden the horizon, and

the Campus of a Thousand Oaks

would ~ a aqulrrcl factory. Dream Boat, we appeal to your understanding and to your sense of diplty. Honestly, il you don't dig thtl you're not George, your dc.-J.iled and that's rcetl Swing low Sweet Chariot... . . . We 'rc out o! this world Ill


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To Min Elizabeth McCollum, who Jerved foi thfully as o member of the focul ty of the Peru Srote Teachers College for twenty-two years. Grocfuote of Notional Kindergarten College of Chicogo, she did groduoteworJc ot Volporoi50 University, lhiversity of Pennsylvania, and Columbia Uliver路s ity. Received M.A. from the Colorado Stoto College ot Greeley. A native o f Petv'lsylvOI"io , Miu MeCollum now resides with her sister ~rtho ot Brownsvi lie. To you Miss McCollum, from the hundreds ond hundreds of students who started their school life under yoVf suporvision.

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PRESIDENT NEAL S. GOMON

• The President o1 tho Colle~ joins the Peruvian staff in tM hope thot this annual will provide mony happy hours of refl.ctionondreminiscence in the yeors to come. Those of us ......he were in colle91 dUring the "Roaring Twenties' ond the "Depressing Thirties' get o greot deol of enjoyment from looking bock on those doysos 'the best years of out llv~u. 'Those of youwhooro ntt:¥w in school during the 'Fidghy Fifties' will know that these yeors ore tho 'best yeors' os time rolls by."'

• ott. LlSTtR N. DOWNING

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HA..~ORD MLL.Elt

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Physical Educauoa

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PKYW$ DAVIDSON Auoc:l.a lit Pro!~JIOf of

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IUQIARD VAN PELT

Ailbi&IU Profenor of Edu·

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JLANCHE GAR.O

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A.uln.a:u Ptofeuor of fdu.·

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MARY a.ARKE lru.tt!XlOf orEd\IICI.tlon


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Auhtat'lt Profeuor of ln.· Aru.

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HA za. Wf.AJtli AMoct&~ Prof~uor.

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NEU.t f. M, CAREY Ltbt.t.riln

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GLADYS KEYWOOD

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SINIORS KfSNETU UOACi

Chicago. llllnob l•lntm

fdt.~e~otton;

llu Ot\lk; P Club: Art Club;

Comm. Chb.

MARY HOAG ChJ<•~ lit.

£1. f:6:auraoa; Slttm" T.u 0~ 1 U; An Chlb; Wbht: A~h: llomc' £c. Ct.ab.

LEE IIOW John~on,

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WENO£LL UOt.ME$ Fullerton, Nebr. Bus. A4mlnbtratl0«1: P Club: C<lmm. Club.

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N-ebr. Educatloo; P Ch•b: Blue Devlb; tndustrtal Atu Chrb: Lulbcu n Club: Alpha Mu Omev.

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CURTIS ~ It,

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C:O.Ctl; Ill. AIU Chlb; P Club.

SlNIORS R£GINA STANDI:l Wteplng W•tcr, Ncbf.

commerce: Slpn.a Tlu Della: land: comm. Club: Newmu Cite: Yt'hite

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RJCHAAD STli~U ldk'niC'. Ne-br.

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HOWAROUUN F.1lb City, Nebr.

Blue Devils: Oeb.lte: PcdagogiJ.n: Ptruvl•n: (i ave I and Rourum; Dum. Club: YM•YWCA.

GER.< LD"'ll S'J'R.\W ~'"• Nebf. Eltmenl&r)' [d~.~e.atlon.: Kappa Delta Pl.

ROBOT WHIT£0

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Uocoln, Ncbr. Ph)"IC:.II

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RC8tRT ADAMS

Ad.um, 1\cbr. fkmer~t~ry Ed\l<atlon.

ILA MAE ALOE~ Union. Nc-bf, (nglbh: (;avC'I & ao.uum,

JOHN ALDEN Union, Nebr. IUuory: Art Cl~;.b.

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MARY CAMPBEU. Nebraska Ch)·, Ndw. llc:tMntMy Education: "'bite A &<h-. Home ec. Clllb, Y\!·VWCA, Dorm Co.c:11.

JOHN CHRIST PAUL CAROTUOtS

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(mtp, Dumaucs Club.


KENSETHCLARK

Howt:, Ncbr. Pl'l)'liell Ec.hiUtlon; Blue l>t:'o'th, P Club.

PHYLLI~ D,\VE':\P.)RT Ptru, Ncbc

Muuc. [1. Edue.atton; Wblu:: A~th, Chor~. MENC, Kappa Oclu Pi Band, Orehcm.a.

BARBARA OAVIS Jall~n

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Slgm.a Tau Delt.J, Dt-'!m. Club, Stu. Coun.,

MARY ANN (;R.EGG

Peru. Ntbr. £1tmcntary £due a tioo: White Angeb.

K~ppa

Delta Pl.

BEVERLY IIAAAI~ON Omatu. Nebr. RICIIARO GRCGG

VIRGINIA FERGUSON Clty, Nebr. Engll1b: Wb11C" Aogeb, f~lts

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Soc~al

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YMYWCA. &and, K.app.a Delta Pl.

MARILYN UAWXBY Nemaha, Nebr. Elementary Educ at ion:

YM·YWCA, 8.aDd, Chorus, Student Counci l, Dorm Cn¢1., Kappa Della Pf.

Nat•.\111 HEYW()()I> Peru, Nebr. An; Foreign Language

Club, Dorm Council, mula Cl1.1b.

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STEPHEN HOWERY

[LSI£ JOH!\S

Thurman, Iowa

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Foreign

Language Club.

P£TE KAAA8A n<h

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GEt'£ LEBER C«tlnd, NC':br. M.achemacla:YM·YWCA.

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RICHARD :.O''EEOUAM Glenwood. !0\'l'.a

lutiocu; 8111t Dtvlb, Comme-rcl,\1 Club.


ROt:ALD PAAP

LEE NORIUS

HAAOLD I'RA THIIt

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8C8 SIMPSON

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ROGER SiU'KESHOLTZ Ncbrub Chy. Ncbt'.

Biology

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MERLYN VICE

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I IERT ADAM$

F.llrmocu, Ntbf. ttl)"'. Education:

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RJCHAAO ADAMS Pbys. Educ.allon: 81~ De· vi h . P Club, l.t.ldwr.an Clob, Ttl Beta

RONALD AHL

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SOPHOMORfS (DAUI;N A~.

Nc-br.

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FRED ALlL~ AublolO, Stbf.

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RUTH BELL UDdc rwoocS. tow.a

ROU.O BEBOUT

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[lunenury Ecbeatloo:

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DALE 8RAOUY Auburn, :'\cbt,

lndwulal Am; P Club

SOPHOMORfS JOA !\ IIUGCS I!Sabo

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[lc-m<>llt.ary [d.x.auaa, \\'\.1(' A•ts, Chortu,

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Weeping Wattl, Ncb.. lh111ncu fduc.alt.oo; \\'bite

M.atbcaaucs, 01« ..

Oub, Comm. Club

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MARGARET QfRJSTY

Aogch , DocmCouncU,

lroclo, Ntbt.

Studc'ac OKI., Comm CIQb

[ll'mtn. £4CJeJt1on: Honx[c Club. \\'hue ""SCh


JOflt\ CLARK lf<JWN\ Ilk,

Alvo, Ntbt. Pbys. Education: YM•

RC)St MARIE C<Xll' lhod. Netic'. l"= 1'> • ld~.ac.-uon, YM·

YWCA

YWCA.

KARLCLAAK

N"tbr,

ltlat«y

CtJoru'

SOPHOMORfS OO~A

Dc:R()[S hill Cit)". Ntbr. (km. [d~o~C~;uon; Wbht A ·tb, YM• Y\\CA PfGGY

ncxtnf

\''"rdorl, ~<~. kif '"'£4w..u T•:~ D•lc~;,

or; $6p•

COCNrlfrct•l

Club, \~bile ADIC:lt,

Ctw'C'fk-'<k·r , t•cbtuft Club, p,,.,.._Un

A~~

,.tlhtlll,

ffllJ.)\'tS

.I)IW..

lkJrc'M (C(IOOiniCl;

It 0 me:

[c: , Club, W"ltc A1t~b,

fO«'IRJ'IlA

p.-,-c Cl ..

GERDA F<X;EO \'t'bltc: Grc:tr\1;, Sc:br. £1tm . Eduutlon LSA , ttomc £c. Club

H>YCL ll :O:~l :O.c:bf.t'~"' Cn), t\c:hr. £ gtl,h: )h:m~; l n tkh.t, ~c:wmanCI•t. , Dorm COtltlot 11, Pt- I 't 1_,. ft

JACK c;.ususos COJtland, Mbr. U&li<."Cy; Y!\t•YWCA


ftiYLLI~ Gb~ ~yr • ~-~.

KEITH CILL.U.AND Auburn, Ncbf,

Scbt.

M.uhtm~lln;

LSA, Home

Pte· Agrtcull~~

IOYOGOOD T~cumt.tb, ~bt.

8inl,._·u; Ntwmo~ n Club ln1. Rci•Uoru Cllb Com· mcrci.. l Club

£c Club, Alpl~a Mu Omt· go~ , S-qu.u c Dance Club

SOPHOMOR[S ART ~ubt:n,

HA~'Dl.£Y

Sdw.

a.uwu M.\ltl.(~E HAPPQ.

Slcrll •• Sdw tlcmeftluy [d!Ki tk'IQ; Peruvian S•IICC'rt, LSA, Homt tc Club, Cho:c.-

SIIIRL£Y t1AR1 MAN Ntbt _ Budrw-u tduciU~>Il. \o\.1IIIC

r.. u, ctty,

Angeh, c_,mm. Chab, Laabtun Ch..,, 11,gnu Tau Dth.a,

"'fol\l.lQ

,.

\ 1ARI.£NE HARTZELL.

Conlaod, Ncbt. £kmca. Edoe11ton: Cb«r· lt 1 du, M£SC, Pttavln $1QJ:¢n, Whll!t Anset.

GWtNI)()LYN !lAY$ ~r u,

Ntt>r,

Commtr«-: W'hllc An~ b. C<mm. Cl•. OC.m Collo• ell, n.~ · YWCA, Cbor-..

CHARLES KEROU>

S..km. N~br . luslncM £chlttotioo; New mu Clllb, Bl:.lc Dc,-lb

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FLOIU:SCE KIBLER ~cell• ,

Nebr.

Elemcn. Eduu. ctoo: Alt Cl11b

G~OYCE KOFWEL Peru. Ncbl. Ekmen. £4ucadon

VICTORIA LcCIJ'R.E scbu.slu Chy. Nebr. EJ.cmcn. l;.docadon; W!lhc Anscb, l>rum Ma)OI' o( the hn.d, Chorw, YM·YWCA

SOPHOMORfS PATRICiA UNCOIJ': P•cifk jaQCUoa. Iowa

Elemeatuy Edoeatioa: II o m c Ee: • Clllb, Baftd.

YM·Y'WCA ltOOGDt. MA.klR.$ ~ru. ~cbf .

Pbyst~t Ed•aucton: P

Chab

.reANNf3 MALI!K Hampton. Nebr.

£ktMD. [duc,utoa: Wbhc All£eb. HonM £e. Cl-ub, YM·YWCA. Dorm eo.· <II

ELDON MeCAU. PaWDee Chy, Ntbr. Pbyttc.l Ed~atiOQ; Blue Dtvlb. P Club

JOHN M<MUU.EN Cbkag.o, llllnob Pbyllcal £d.xatlon; lluc DeY I ..

MARILYN MEYER <>m1ha, Nebr. Primary Education: Lutht• u nCiub, Square Dance Cl..


J-1.\lY M\.,._.E ~m.al'l.\, ~ctor,

I:I.;IIK'fl. t\I~.IUOI;

via 1 Slujt r,, l)..'l'm

~lAX

M()('JR[

E t<x, Iowa f\:r <:~•ltl•

l"l)"'lc.al Edau1lon; 1n d. Arll Cltlb

IIOWMtD ~IH.lt~E AJbun, :.O.;t>t, lnduurlJ I Afh

o.\~IEL

r>oogw,

E. JQ:\ES

~o:bu.•~

Ltbcu1 Arts

dl, hn , <! '"' 1, Y M· '1'\\C.A

SOPHOMOR(S R:\.'18UT PBRY

nlaDOU l'k·U,.: Jtx D.:ub Ok.a~o.

£Dhl~

PIIACOAII

11\:r ' ~. lllo>loc)'

CIIAAI fS

f'lC~fRING

Sc-bf.atk~

CH)', N<-tor. lllf. A4mir~b1J&tlon: com-

RONAU>RAC.I'l"L Rlbt-rt(Jrl, I<I'W.I

mcreh1 Cl to. Sot.,.mu

AU£N PIRSCII Omll'u, Nebr.

c ....

ln4wut.t1 Artt:

Phyuc.al twuc.aUon

\lb. 1114. Aru Cl•

II~ Dr:•

LOWtU .SA.Ml."E~

kanic, K.anu.t Pb~le.al EdueutoCI; P Cllh. nt ku

r

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\lAitY !)IIERROO

ALAN ST1ERS

Nemaha, f\ebr .

(;OOdl.ar,J, K.ttliUt Englbt!; S1gm.a Tn l>cllu.

"'Y•Ie:.al tdt.c.arlon; Blue

Pecbgogl.an. Arr Club .

oevtb

Sqij.l,re Dan~ Clu.b, vlan, YM· YWCA

LA\\"R£~E STI£R$ Elkhorn, Ntlr, Cbemlltf)": Slut [)('Yilt

JOliN STIL\<w'tLL

P.alm)'T.a. ro.:cbr. lnd.n.trlal Aru: Blue Ot· vlb, Ind. Aru Club

~ru•

SOPHOMOR[S MARILYh:S STa.HR

Plammoutb.. Scbr. tkmc W} Edoe:utoo: ttome Ee: . Club, Ocrm

SYLVIA $TUTit(IT Cook, to;cbr. Elrrtmu. [d~te..aUOO, Jtomc Ec. Club, LSA

UTAA,A[ $ TOCK:-=-

Coue:ll, 'O.FY'WCA,

£ff~P,tn, K.tf'Nt

01«•

UtrDUW)' ldtte:atlo•; \'l'bne Aft&eh , <:boN~ , Octrm Couftetl , tan<!, MEXC, YM•Y\'t'CA

ROaEaT THO!I.lAS l1ncoiD, Sebr. Pb)"'ilc:&1 [due.auoa

;

AL 1111:.UT()N P.avtw-C' Cuy, \c:br

MAAY VANDERHOLM ttepburn. IQW.a Ekmen. Ed.acadoo: \\'hlte A~eb, LSA, DormCour.•

)CI('1KC

col


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NORMA ARM-sTRONG

Plamn~nh,

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Jr(IWNYlllC, 1'\ebt ,

Home Ec:onomkt; llome Cl~. LSA

EnglUb; YM·YWCA

[c.

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ltOWAJ.O ARSOt.O ~.al~m. ~.:br.

I"Jc:·Englr~tc:rlng;

B.a!W

ROIItRT lARGE ADdtorage, Al.at~a History; ~LUr~.: D.ln«> Club, Dtb.ue

GEatGIA lA UER

DALt IATCtt£LD£R Seward, Ncbr, Pre ·Et~Sllkcrl.ng

ROSAtO lA Tit Aub1 rl"', Nebf.

Verdon. Nebr.

Cbln.,go, llllooh

~tll<~t:rn,

Prc•AittiCUII•rt; Ptru

Elcmtn, Edocat1on: Lutbc-

~-rngtr.tcrl.na

8uslt~~:u;

Slngen. Band

UIO

Club

WILLIAM ltCK

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RA8UtN BENTON

low.a B.and


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OUA.l{£ 81RCL'-:AL Om&b.a, Ntbt. Pbyd«l tdouuoe

PH.D. IQCL Aubura. Ntk, l.odiiWb.l ArU,l.od. AfU

Cl'"'

LUANNE ILUSIE Om.t.b.a. Ncbr. ElcCDcD. tdDUtiOD; Nev m,a,Q Ch•

NAJtLlNI BOID.L'-:G AUbwD. Nebr.

HCMDC Ec.ooomles:Home Ec. Club, LSA

..

111.1. SLU).iEl. Nd1t.ub City, Nebr. liUIOtlf; C<IUUDCIClal

Club, Newman Club

CUFf IOt.lN'E Tecta~DM:b, NC' br. lat. AdtDlGUCUUOD

IARIAJ.A 80RA.AS Pt'f'U, ~bt.

Pte ·NUUIQC; Cb«r• tud<-r, Cbonis. Whuc Ar:gth


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RICHARD BRAMBlE [UU, lOW~

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Phyueal

Elem~n. [d~Kition

Educ~'lon;

P Club, Blue De\'lb

M ( N

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-ROSITA BRUSSOON

lltu(RT ~WN Platumo~Jib , Nebf.

Cbleago. llllnob

Pre •Eft$1neering

Buslneu; Foreign Lang.

111mmoM, Oregon Comffl(:tce; Wblte A"Sch,

Club

Comrn. Chb. YM•Y WCA

THOMAS BIIOW'N

---""' IOfiN lUll.') Tt<"urmth, Ntbf. ~ys1c.~1

m.\ft

Eduulion: Ne"Ot•

C:lub

ROBD.T CHARD

MAR.IlY~ SYR.~[

SC'bc&t>:.s Chy, Sc:bc'. (lc:merl. Ed~1IOD; \\-,he Angels, llomt' Ec. Oub, YM•YWCA

'

Aubuan, Nc:bt lndt.~~lfl.tl Arh 3A

Tecurmeh, Nebl'. Pfe ·Pharmacy


f R E 00!-;ALD O.ARi\ Mella, Nebt Ph)1lca1 td~~eauoo

s

ftfYLlh CO"-'T A!>.."T Ur*t~·>1>4, J,"""a rltmc-n. [duo ath n; \o.'hltr An~('h,

H

Band, l)(b.atr,

Ofanla {:lub

M E N

GUtAWit-iL CatS

t-'.t1b City, ~cbr. Urmra. tduc.ulon; Y M • YWCA, ll«ne Ed . Club, SQIIfrt l>IDCCCiub, White Angeh, Cht.>rltl, 8.1n4

JOYCE CRA&nli ~ru. ~ebr .

Commerce: h'bl1e Atlgth, Commercial Club

CAROLU CRAl"£Y

M ..une,

~~

fkmen. fdueatlon; :\ewe man Club

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._UJ001T UOD50N.

Nduwh, Sorhr Pbpu:.tl sdenct

Jll,

KARL£''1: DOUGHERTY aodt, Nebr _ £1rmt.n. Educ:atioo: \\'bht Angeh, Home £c. Club, ~"''' i.t~n , SQ. ~n« Club, YM·YWCA

OOSALD EITZMAN

OOSI'A lWtY Brode:, Nt'ttr AtL Band,

tl~tlll

£c

c 1u b. fc>f Lang Club. Sq, lh """' Cl1.1b, YM· Y\o/CA

Aub~~rn , Ntbf. Pr r ·Eng U\ot'c-r ~~~


f R E

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ELDOS [Pl.CY

F'alh cuy, ~C'tw' Prt -£1'1RIDcc:Un~t

[lk cr~~k. ~bt. Pr~ ·Englne~rl"&

H

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RICHARD

MARY ANN FUERST

PA~'XHAUSER

Ur.1Mbold1, Nebr.

Mu1tc: M.£.N.C.

()rm}u,,

~(:bf.

Social Sctcctee 0

SIURI.U GEatGE

A...burn, £kmtn.

~br ,

Ed~ttatton;

White Angeb, Band, Peru. Sing-

cu. Cbofut

DA \;JO GLA)COW Uumboldt, }\tbf , Llbcla1 AIU, Sand

OONAIOG~Y

GAROLO GOINGS ~ru , Nebr.

Thwman, kwa

Ph) deal Edu.;atloa: Incl.

Matbcm.ui, 1

Aru Club

••

FJttMANGRU~

Broc-k, Nebr. Pbysl~l Sdcaot; Bind


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DARl(Nl ,klbllJ•-.a. '-:<" J'lr

UAtl~

[lcmrta. [clvc.uloDD; Home £c. Cllllb, YM·Y"''CA

RA YM\1XD

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Scm.lh.a. Xebc- . Pro:· Moctc.&t) ~ Y~t • Ylo.'CA,

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K.aM.at.

lo.'ymou·. Scbr,

IIU. II[R\'IY Tcnnut-h, :0..\:br.

tdu.e.atiO«<; Wlmc

"''"' l'ngancerlng

8\lfllkU; Orfltf'•U&, Ch<l·

EDITH HAXTCI!\ ~beth.\,

rl~mrn.

[)(ITRICU U£USMA!'o;

Angeli

ann uc.x;vr O..w~. ~bf.

Mglc, P('fl.l , Sln~cu. HI· Y tt.'C A. Orcfllnu.l.

""''"

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OONNA

UOWA~O

AROYCE HOW£l.L T.abk R.lC•• N<br

TWILA 1101. MtS N<"m&h.a, t<i<"br

P.1"'n.:e Clly. S..-:bt'.

[lciDCa, [duulloa. Y M •

(lctn('O. rcl:.h .. II('JG ,llorrw

Elf'~n .

YWCA

Ee Club.

[(' , 0\lb, \oobH<"

37

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£4tK.atioa;.UNI"'o.' A'-'~h.


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HUMPHReY

A~o~bwn, ~cbr .

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Pre ·EngltlCttltlS

RO.RT ttUMPitREY

At.lbwn, Nebr. Bwlntu (diiC&tt..•n, Com· ~rlc.tl Club

M ( N

ROitRT IO~'tS Peru, Ncbr M~nlc;

'«· Ling.

WILLlAM KtAN Nc br Pbydcal EdtaC.attoa; Nev· man Club ~W'SOft.

Club,

M!NC, Ofcbf:tu.a, CbOtw,

Wll..IA KLEIN flamb~8·

Iowa £1e:mc:n. Educa tloo; YM'(\\'CA, Cborus , Oorm

Council

Bon<!

\

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ROON(Y KNAl'P

Wcep4ftoJt

Nck Pfc•Mclflu.aty; BAM. YM• YWCA

w.u~r.

ae» KOlAR ttwnbolctt, Nebr.

Earth SC:Icn«; &.and

CllA~LU DUM~!£

ltle:d 0.11. Iowa ln4uurt•l Am: Joel, Ar cs Club 30

CAROL LECKENBY Ncbr.uka Ci.ty, Nebr.

PU·Nuulng: Sq. O.ncc Club, YM• Y\'ICA


F R ( 8 l.RK£TT LE\\lS Pent, Nebr.

Biology

s

MARY A~S LEnOW Uncol ., f\tbr , Bt.~•l~•l; Whitt An&th, Comm . Club. LUtbu.an C lub, Ptru.,.la n

H

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GoodUnd, K.anus (len.cn. Edocatlon; New· man Club, Squ.~. rt O..QCC Cl1.1b, Art Ch1b

BARBARA LOCKWOOD

AUCE LCXiVE

Ogdu, IOWI Uemtn. Educ1t1on: S~ re

Brock, NctK, Bus. Ad'mlntm ,u lon: Whllt-

Angeh , Comm. Club,

Dance Club, Wbltc An-

Dorm c~ncl l

te~

I JAMES MiYER

OA VlO MILLER

Prc•Englncc r tns; 1n4.

Ouu, Nebr. ).halc:Orchcma.

Alb Club, YM· YWC A

MENC, Band

A:Jbam, Ncbf.

~.

WAYN£ MINCHOW T.ablt Roc•. Ntbr. l'byucat l..Juurlon

TOM MOEN kk:v~ . Ncbr.

Pbyslc.al

Ed~~e1 Uon


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ION'NII MOKIU$ lrowavlllc, Nebr.

IOS:--1.£ MORGAN P~u. Ndn. Commt:rce: Wbtte An· gcb, Comm. Club, Pc·

H

flc.m, Educ.ulon; Wbltc Mgc.h

ru, stngc.n

M ( N

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MAAGAJtl"T' MOAALS Petu, Nc.br. Uome tcooomlcs;ttomc £e. Club

NORMAN NELSON

ROIEAT NORTON

Red O.t.k, 10'<1.1 lOIIwtrbl AIU: IM, Aru

F.alhCicy, Nebr.

lw. t:ch.K'.a.Uon; Cam•

Clt.~b

mtrclt1 Club

-tiARI.AN OESUIANN JobntOft, Net». Pbydcal rdvcadoo; LSA

'

tRYL~ PAJU.1ENTER llu.t Spring•, Ncbf. Ult.toty, YM•YWCA

GLORIA O'H..wtA

A\JbwQ. Nc.bc. Elcmca, EdueaUoo: Wb!tc A!l8dl, Cbofw, yt,,{•YWCA

•o

JtR:RY PA.RTIUDG£ Lo\WvUle,

~br.

Pby#eal Eduealioo


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GAILY A PIXIYAL F.\llsChy, Nebr.

RUBY PATTERSON P~tu. Nebc. Commerce; White A.n· geh

I lome tconomlt•. White Angth, HomeEc.Ciub,

H

Yhf•YWCA

M (

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SALLPOAG£

(;DlA POWERS Palmyra, Nebr.

Elemeo. Eduuuon; Whhe Angett, Oorm

£Iemen. £4\IC.\tlon

Angeh, Band, Student

Council. Dorm Council

Counc:U,

KAY PlUlJI$ lelle•at, N~bc.

MathemuK:s: White

Falb City, Nebt,

Sq~re

YtkYWCA.

Dance Club

£YtLYN Jt.El).I,U.: Vlr&ll\la, NdM.

tlcm, £diK:ation.Chonaa

b.AEJtTA tw()T'fN Palmyra. Nebr. tC?&lbb;llomc Ee.Ciub, ChOnn, Baod, MI:N:, YM•YWCA

DAJI.WlN RO$~UlST

IION~'lt RUTZ. 0.\VIOa. Nebt.

VO«. AgricWUn; lo4.

Att:Squ.\reDaooeCiub. YM-YWCA

t»a, Iowa

Arb Club

41


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VIRGISIA RUZICKA

ktdt.ud,

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CARY SAS~

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La Pl&u~. N.,;br. fluJ. Admlnhu.uton

[d~tloo

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Rh~nOfl ,

R.ICitARD Mt£DIAN Vcrdoo, Ncbt _

Pr~·tn~t 1nu r t

Bu.incts; YM·YWCA

Prt • tttgloccr l.ng

na :YM·

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y \It'(; A

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DI:AN SORESSQN

""1LLADt:AN ~I' I £R

Om.al'l•. Ncbf.

lw<Nrd, "'~br, M~IC; S.n<l

Pb)"11eal £d!iC&uon

LSA

O.IFFORO STOKES Clly. ~br. Prc·81.lfiD\:)S; Com~rctal ~bt.ulr.l

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K£N~tTU

N~bfub

£mc'r~.m.

nltAICUT ICIW.a

Phytlc.al [duc;.\tloo

H M E

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RALPH STOCK Atlbt1m, ~~ .

I)()NSA SnANATHAN

G1tnwood, low.-

llemcn. fduc,ulon;

Prc· Englnc:erlng

Wet. ~

Icy Found1Uoa, Square 0.\IKC: Club, n.I•YWCA

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SHARYL TEAAY W.alftUI , IOWA

llt"mtn, £duc.allon: White An~teh , Home Ec: , Cl~o~b ,

l.)orrn CDC I•

·- . •

JOYCt Tf:TlN JYIUn, Ncbf,

Ncm~ .

Nebr.

l AY nntl.INGTOS t;artteu, Nebl.

E\t'fl'l('ft, IEd~te.ul~o Wbilc

1nd1.11al.al

ArU

IDCfuaula I Am

AIIIC:h, Club

:>qt.~are

GUILFORD nrOMAS

Oanct'

••

MICHAEL n£AT

Puc:h.al, low.a Pte•Jou r a a ll s m oSqu.lre Dan~ Club; nl·YW(..;A


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DOROniY Tl."CKUt TccuiTbth, Nc-bt, £Iemen. (di.IC.atlvt~: White Angtb, S..nd, Cllclfo.l'l

$1~ IIJ,

H

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M ( N

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Per ,

RO.\i VAN LA~1!\'GHAN

:-.:~br.

,.,·y~ .

t:lcnwn. ldU(&Uon: \\'cJ• II!)' fu..JmS,uton, SCL. O..rw:e Cfuh, Puu\ hnStngert, l)(lr "' Cnc-I, • \Vh he Angc: Is

llYlRLY WAGNER Tccurmch, Ncb:.

Sebr.

8111. Admlnbtuttoa: YM•

llenwn. £4uc.uton

YWCA

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liARRY WEICUU AIYO, t:cbr. Pb)'11C.al Ed~~C.atfon

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l.ouhY11I*, S-tbf

ti&JIIflif, lOW&

Pttm,uy Fd"""'wn. Whit'"

Pre' ·Engineering

AngC"h,B.tnd, YJ.1•YW(; A, a.~>flb, ~qu.ue

Cl_.

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Sol ('m, Ncllf.

WA Yl'l:£ ,,...IX5oi.0\\' k .\UIC"c, Ncbt

(l('n'IC'n, EdU<.\ I l(lfl

Ph)'lic.al

Lb.A WINDL[

Edue~don

MAit\'1~ \oo'UC\TIR 0 .\'ftoJn, ~ .. bf. ~lUll<;;, Pcrt.~VI.Ift Slft&;:tt,

YM•YWCA, MFNC

fRfSHMfN

FRESHMAN INITIAliO N

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RA f\1():-;0 GR.A VIS Peru. I'd• rtaysh:.al Educ.utoa


rhcc\('nl~ adult cla•s In Englbh JS2, F•ln<l.an'letllah ul ~pt~d1, L11.1.3bl by F'folttJOt ~rnes D. rROM LfFT TO RJGHT, FRO~ ROW: Ell.a Mt'httr, lt'u F•nkhu1-ct, Nunzlu La~ro. ~tCONO ROW: Maty Gilliland, l-ldtn Poet, Blandle lftll, JuHa WhiU'It)', lAona P.t..sco. THIRD ROW 0ntlt.t Armmoog, Iota Wilker, The!~ Smidt, Corabc'llt Tlggau, Lillian Eddy.

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Tbt ~\'trtlng (!au In Guidance, taught by Or. t.enc.'r N Dvwnl~. 0.. Downing uandt fn che r-ear. rROM LlfT TO RICiiiT, fiR$T RO\\': Nundo Lnuro, Mary GIHibnd, ltdcn Port, Jol,n Fuldl.aUJC:t, £11• M~htrr, CtAra MeCiatehey, Lauta 01Jlc.'n, VhJinla Un.aro. SF.CONO RO\>o'! Ndra Oaig, Vera 11•11. knit Cr•h.am, M•ry £Hen Sl.t.ck, Marie TbornhUI, t.Urtc••~t llmnk:u, Haul O)·<r, lol.a W,t,l~ krr, itmt Adarm THIRD ROW: All«- Oook, ~dl.i Mt~.al, [llu Cook. Carol Cunl.ac:b. Alrn.a er.an, Don.alcl l.aldotuon, Vlvl.an Joba$00 and Ondta Attr»Uoctg W'ttt abient at tb~ timt die pktwe wu u~~n

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lnel'idctd in their activities is tho soiling of eonfec:tions at

football ond bo•ketboll game•, chee<;ngtt..too..,.both ot home and owoy, and putting on o convocorion program yeorly. Attt.. r;ght ore Wh;teAngel pledges hov;ng teo . It wos ot the PledgeT eo thot Mi,. Frieda Rowoldt, olwoys on innovator, ond t;rod of tt.. old hot-foot, introd\lced tho now gome of hot-nose. (P;ctvred)

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The Blue Oi!lvils organization wos formed to promote all oetivilios ot Peru ond to creote o mofe enthusiastic student body.

It WOYid be hord to ouombleo more enthusiastic group rhon the Blue Devils for .. Iling cool hot dogsond cool pop otthe foot boll ond bo.SCetboll games. In foci, os on«gonizotion, they ore cool, very cool.

Pr..,ident lee No.-ris is s.een ot the left receiving tho Bluo Dovi I plaque from Bonnie Duerfeldt.


Y. W. - Y. M. C. A. The purpooe olthe YW·YMCA;, to buHd o lellow>hip ol men ond 'NOf'Mn devoted to th. toskof realizing in their common lifo those ideals of personal end sociollivingtowl-lich they ore commi tted by their foith o.s Clviuions . In this cndeovor they seek to understand and love the lord Jesus Chtist, to shore His lovo for peoples of all nations, and to grow in the groco, knowlcdgo, and love of God the Father. Th~

combtoed YW·YMCA mtmbw. FRONT ROW: M.try Sbcuod, 0«1na Duty. rlbtrta P.botc-n, Maty ~~»ern , G~ lly• Percival, Rosot MarleCook, M..arllynn)•.xhl, FIOf~tl('ot Klblu, Jun Wlltte, Utarle Suackcr, Mary MMc-, IOnolc llrurud~. MarU)'fl B)Toe, ~rlync Ooagbeny, aDdP.uLlDoolo, ~[CO:\OROW: Mi.UM.ary O&dce, Oar· l«te Murin, Gtni Corn, Pbyllb Htlultc, kYCrlJ Kamscn, Wilma

The p.Jrpos.c of the Newm:Jn Club is to fvrther en.suro the principles or Catholic Doctrine among tho Cotholic students

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Flccok. f.'RONT ROW: Jo)'otfllllke, Margau~t Utl, a nd Lau.r.to L.ulotwonb. SOCOt-.1) ROW: Jc.ton St.aoder, Dorothy Tutker, Bonnle Moult, and f'raak Mlcltclb. lACK ROW: Father Fleeek , 8111 Shamel, Dan Jone.•, lo)·d (;006, .atwl Jolin

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Klein, Dewit ~ht~IC:I, l)ultnt ttahn, kU)' HogUC', CarCIILC'tj.~nb)", Boctnft Ibn&, Twlla llomts, Mary Lo~o~Truucll , Sill)' Po&g~, Marilyn 1111wxby, •M Mht Oar~ M~Cittcbcy. THIRD RO\\'· U'., Uod.lbl, Mlc:b~tl Trt~t. Gulllou'l TbOt!Ut, IU)·mood Han4lc), Karl Cbrlo, fJ«m&D c;;rcc:l', OlfiC'II Qrulclbottl, M.t. Grayson, Gent LC'bct, Ro4oc)' KM"P• J~o~r~IOl Wdckl. k..aD lttdJJc-y, olDd Du1ccD loc:ck,

Activitiosof the YW-YMCAore mony ond votied. They sponsor corol ing ot Ovistmos, they hove o Woin~ Roost when the weather is fovoroblo, they porticipote in two Convoc.otions held just before Easter and Chri.,mos, and hold other special events at their regular meetings. IWJry Sherrod end D orrell Christensen hold joint offices of President; lotoroe Stucker, Vice· Prosidcnt; Pot Lincoln end Jock Gorrison Socrctot i cs; end Rose IWJrie Cook, Trcosurer.

l This orgoni:totion is o fellowship of stvdents and faculty members who, by stvdy and worship, ore seeking to understand Christ end, in His spirit, to sorvo thoir fellowmen on the campus end throvghout the world. tRO~ f ROW1 J'cgg)' Eickhoff, Vlrginlol

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Tho purpc»eof the Industrial Aru Club iJ to define, import ond foster the professional ideoh of industrial orts. This is done by os.s«nbling uudents whos.e primary interests ore in industtiol orh, developing their frienc:bhip ono fot another, ond promoting their individual interests in the Industrial Arts Deportment.

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Moo I pleu>ning ond food pc-eporotion oro not tho only subjec ts in which Home Ec

memb«s ore int..-ested. They also delve into tho selection and construction of clothing, tho study of textiles ond de1ign, dietetics, and home hygiene ond nursing .

fRONT lOW Ml• fdft.l \oo'Utt, Spocsor, ~ta.ry Lou TIIIISC'II, t.tlllt'ICI Cbmty, MIJJ Hc>~g, Shady Terry, .tnd ~,..~_..., Le-e lotv onh . $TANDING: Norma ArtnatrOng. ~ylna $tutbell, M.atllya lytnc:t. ftlylht Gc:u, Ana fcllowt. C.rol LcckcDby, Ardyce Howell, Docn.a Howud, [lbetl-1 Rhoten, )rlnoc M.lltk, llo~ Mae Ald<n, Ctu,Com. Ca llya ~r clvl l , Gcrd• FQsed. JenbOalg.. VLrglnl.a Ldt, Ka dync OIJ"Chcuy, M.ugarct Morrb. 1rwJ Pbyllb D.lwnpo.t not In ptcturc .

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ROSTRUM The pyrposo of Govcl ond Rostrum is to further forensic activities on the campus and to promote various activities of ~nefit ofthe studentsofP.S. T.C Govel ond Rostrum sponsors the onnuol C<lmpus Night Club. Where were you"" the night of Jon . 7th ?

During tho post school yoor, Go vel end Rostrum spotuored o teri&S of Open Forum Meetings. At these meetings, volid co~s problems and needs wero discuued . Solutioos were offered to the pcobloms ond on otle~t wos mode to arrive ot tho best

possible solution. Through tho Open fO<um Meetings, of cour~e, insight wos given as to the student viowpolnt as well os to thot of the faculty and administration. The club spon$0rS numerous all-school social events 01 well os intercollegiate forensics.

stATtD U'FT TO IUGHT: ,_Stnd Ml Ia, l'b)'llt.s Cocuu..cn. Bob A~rm. eo. aar~, ll.a N.Je AldcQ. aDd Ptoltuot J.lnxâ&#x20AC;˘ 0. U:nu. SpoD~C~r. Lu AM~~~~~~ U .tbo .a nw:mbcr ol dw OfJ.t.Diu U..-.


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M. E. N.C. promotes mvsico I interest and activities and sponsoB music cl iniQ and festivals.

The purpose of Epsilon Pi Tou is to recognize th. place of skill, ptomOte social efficiency, and foster, cout'll41 orxt reword re-seorch in itJ field of octicity.

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Koppo Doha Pi encourages high professional, intellectual, end personal stondords. end recognizes outstanding contributions to educotion. They mo-et to discuss educational Ofgonizations end the problems each incuu.

Although studious, the merroers ol Koppo Dol to p; ore olwoy. reody lor o good time. They enjoy a yeorly steak lry end co-operote with the Interfraternity Banquet festivities.

Shown ot the left ore the offic.e1s ol Koppo O.lto Pi having teo while Preiident Heinke reads her forNne.

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There ore few tasks at Pcrv State Teocher's College requiring morepoins·toking effa<t. The challenge confront;ng the PenJvian staff yeorly is to tDITQ.~· ~J<"<t F.,ac~. l&rbara Da\11, tl<>v.ud liUn, Dalc- ~Wore. 81X· ford R\C"krmn, and J.&mt"f Miltc-r. Ad\h<>r ~mu lnHt ls IOOklng Oft. out-perfa<m those thot hove gone befa<e--those to whom tho some challenge was given in times post. Tho degree of svcceu which has been attained is moosurod by the amount of pleowre thh f;n;shod ptoduet offa<ds the reader.

Few the staff, W'he:n the yeorboak has gone to preu, there is o fooling of deep sot is· foction beeo\ne of a task woll-<lono---o work of art properly ploced in its frame. It seems fitting that those who pouess o book wch as this should, in the fvtvre, find them· s.elvet transported from time to time, bock to this year by pleosont memc:N'ies conjured up by the artistry of the Peruvian. The Peruv;on stoff busHy engaged ;n took;ng busy for the b;rd;e.

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FROST ROW; J~ntJ Ct&lit, Wilml Kl~111, Vilglni.a Lack, NouN SQ)'t'r, Jo,aft ~lmus, Cv~odol)n H.ayu, fbyllb Ccwt.ant, .and Mr. t.tocxt'. SECO:-o.'D ROW: Mr. J.amu l~"ut• t{o)V.ltd UUn, ,..,..,,.ll._tlll~r. Notm.a Ht.yw-oocf, Jo'..t.O tftgg•. ll• M.lc AlcJcn, aDd ,._~tgatr:t li.l&. 01 leA Q)IIIQI V.I. I •bttnt from Pftlldeat Oullt'S dbc:ounc.

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The Oromotics Club, one of the oldest dromotic orgonizotions in Nebrosko, has tried tNoughout its exiuenee to give the collegeoncl the comn'l.lnity the best in dromo. During the yoor the memben present .everol ploy> IO< the student body ond the pub I ic.

Sleuthing in Edwina Block•s sugar bowl.


Friendly

Oc:pet1dab1e

G. E. BERTHOLD

RIGGS JEWELRY AuburD, Nebr.as.k.t Olamonch • Watches • Ctoeks Olln.a · Crystal ·Silver"W;ne

Jelo'dt)' • Gift Item•

FlorIn

Floweu ror all ouaslcas phone: 324 and 700 Nebraska Clly, Nebr•ska

LASATER'S Fath Cfty. Nebr.u.k.a Arrow Shins Mlc:haeh Surn Suits

A111g.atcc Topeoau Flonhelm Shoes Ktek()l( .Jewehy 1.« Work Clothes Stetsoa Uau

HEVERS HY-KLAS STORE Groet.riC$ Vegetables

M..u Frozen Food LOektrs

Petu

Pbcne 2141

BANK OF PlRU Member of Fede.ral Oeposh Insurance Corporat ion

Peru, Nebras.ka


Class in every Class . . .

REACH FOR

RICHER MILK

ROBERTS GRADE A MILK 220 South 20th Street

McKNIGHT SHOE SHOP

lincoln, Nebraska

HERTZBERG- NEW METHOD, INC.

lnvistble lt~olf SOling

E:xpett Shoe

Rc~hlng

Book Bln<llna

720 Centt"l Ave. Libruy Supplies Ncbr.uka Cit)', Nebr,$ka

h h.u becD" plc.awre

co tef\'C your tums .and nuckms during Oocn f01get 10 keep In toueh whh yotw

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.and 1954,

PLANE VIEW CAFE & STEAK HOUSE

PERU ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Wm. J. Knoll ]1. oW"M:r


FALLS CITY WHOLESALE MEAT COMPANY '

Monufocturen of Fovorito 8rond Luncheon Meoh

Jobbers of Foncy 8""1 ond Pork


Ill' \lEAlTHY

SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO

(M HAfPf

(M SQIIIP.r

REDFERN CLOTHING CO. SQUIRT BOTTLING CO. 1208 I Street

TlM:~

uore of •tand.ard br.alld•-

Mtn and Young Mtn"s

$bou.tDd .Uu

Hcr.ry Hey

CARTER HOTEL

AVENUE STORE I

II

Cro

Craig. prC'Ip. ~llct

Frulu

~~ Cll'mmy D olmes ::llotor Co. 41 11 a t-oI ' - I - I M__,. Oo.ooloo


NI ELSEN VIOLIN SHOP

MEADOW GOLD

Dulcn \D

ttl(ll Cr.t~ Vkll:ns • VIOlas Ccl101 • lk.>ws •

Flit ill tv C:\cry mc:al

SUI~I

Cottage O,ees,e Rtllablc lt.:JN!ltlng

Ice Crt.tm

BEATRICE FOOD CO.

Compllmenu ol

WHOLESALE SUPPLY BEATRICE

GLEN'S DRUG STORE Pruc:rlpuon Dru-&ghu

Tobacco Specialties

MORRISSY' S VARIETY AUBURN GREENHOUSE

I \oi, oci

<loUu.ztg • Sbou

Ya rd Goods hd and Mary Lou MortW)'

I


HILL'S REXALL DRUG STORE Congrat ul~ t locu

STATE THEATRE Founu.i.o k:f\I(C

CLINTON

PERU MARKET pboot 435J

TEACHERS AGENCY "h~

So. 4th St.

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CllntoQ IOto'a

Poaltlon In

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Ftulu a Dd

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Cwkc Sulu ~lld ~•

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YUl Etwoll ~<lW Membet·to;.A.T.A.

Topco~u

~be Family

KIRK' S TYPEWRITER CO.

WR IGHTSMAN AND RARICK

Salts

Rtntah

Compllmenu

oh

FRIEND



liT RAM URAL BASKHBAll

John says, •1 guess 11 11 shoot one .. .


lntromvrol championship game

SEASON RECORD Teom Knob Knoc-ken

Elmer Elks Tiny Tots Kou Kounty Kids Rinky Oinks Kinsey Reporters Hoi Trotte-rs

Half P;nrs Seogroms Seven looper Oooper1

WO<>

8 7 7 7 5 4

3 2 I I

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2 2

2 4

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6 7 8 8

TOURNAMENT OIAMPS, BACK ROW: Argabrlgtu, Sdht~ll. ttopp, M•l()(t', FRO:-.'T ROW: Rh:krmn.

SHera.

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Mltu.


FIRST ROW- C L..u~~tn. C. Ll~ll. K. Cl.ark, 0. l"bormJ, l. N.xrll, CNeb A. Wb~dc:t, l, Atg.tbc'ight, 8. Lade, C. ~<krburg, 8. ~Imp· soa, ~nd N. Eclecmn SECOND flOW: ~cb W JobnJOO, R. Vrb.a, £. Mtycr, W, tlolmct, F. Appl<a•te, J, Oookb.am. J, McMulltn, 0 RostDQuht, 2. M<Call, 0 Ad3ml, arwS CO&<:h I. Pitts. TI-IUtO ROW: P. Catolhtn, J Na*'tl', H. wagnt"r, M. t.angt, L. Sillmuthon, •· Moore, A StiCH, R. !i.Hiofhnholt, It :O.UJ<lf1, 8. Tbomas, .and I


Adlmf. FOURTIIIIOW: K. ( arbon, 8. t,c:vls. R. Gtattt, 0. St~­ tertb~rg, O. R"'Rnqllhl, 8 . leek. P. Ka.r.aboub, R~ Can.ooo, A. P\ffda, and 0. Humpbrty. F1PTH ROW: C. Krumm~ . C. p~,m~nlor , R. Y.an.Lanlnsban. C. &ollne, R. Bath, J. Humphrey. G. San.dt, T. Motn, atW W, Milkhow. SIXTH ROW: J, Wcldltl, R. Iiiii, 0 •

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The good old

O;g thot

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THf CHAMPS PERU-OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE: .. On September II, The Rompog;ng Bob· cots took their fint win of the 1953 SOOiOn by booting o very strong Oklohomo teom 13-6. Th;s erecHted the Bobcats with fourteen stroi&ht wins. Tho Ponhondlen were beh;nd pt'Oct;eolly from th. "'t:fY beginning, becouse Peru hit poydirt in the opening minutes of ploy. Panhandle retaliated with their lone mork~ of this game in the ~ quarter. Peru also mode their loJt tally ;n thh p.dod. PERU-IOWA CENTRAL. .• Peru's bench wos swept clean by Coach AI d\iringtheir encountet"ogoimt Polio, which the decisive score of 337 indicates. The initial score cotrM when in the middle of the first quortet.


Pttv rrodition

INACTIO N Peru's left holf·skirlod 1ho end for o touchdown. From then on, the Bobcots hod everything their own way. This docisivo victory marked Peru's fifteenth consecutive gridiron win. PERU·HASTI NGS: On SoplomWr 25 the 8ob<ots fattened th•ir win strin9 to sixteen straight with o 27-20 victory over the vovnted tioitings College Bronco>. This game played on Pen..'s Oak &owl sod, wo.l the first cont*Jt of the Conference roee fOt bolh clubs. PON led ollhe half by o score of 7-6ond booSiod 1ho1 leod lo 27-6 by tM time throe minutes hod elosped in the fourth quarter, ot this time Cooch AI sent in hiuubstitures. When lhe final gun 100nded, 1ho Bobeoh were on lop 27-20.

Cool thot nervous eat


PERU-WESLEYAN ... Number e i 9 h 1 eon was cl10lked up IO< Petu when they trounced the Ploinunen by o Kore of 30-13 in tho preience ol o Iorge Homecoming crowd. The Bobcats were the first to score when they took tho kickoff ond ron it 98 yord.s for six point$, ond with four s.econcb left in the go me, Peru intercepted a poss on their own 12 and doshe<l 88 yords le< the lost tally ol the bottle. 1

PERU-DOANE .. . The Bobcats managed to slip by the Tigers by o score ol 27-19, ond also

extending their winning streak to nineteen straight IJOmes. At holl-time the IJOn>e wos oil tied up at 6-6, ond then with six minutes to go in the lost frame the Bobcoh come to life and sce<e<l 21 points and deleote<lthe Tigtts. PERU-MIDLAND ••. The Bobcats boasted their winning stroak to twenty in a row by sloshing Midlond 25-7. Peru played hoods-up boll con·

sidoring the c;:ondition of Midlond"s mudswept liold. Due top 15yord penalty on the Bobcor.

with one minute ond fifteen seconds game time

remaining, enabled the Warriors to register their only bid of seven points. PERU-WAYNE ... The Bobcats edged ""' the Wayne State crow 13-7, with two minutes loft to ploy. This game brought Peru their soeond

straight N .C .C. CI'Own, and also gave tho Bobcats their twenty-first consecutive win. The first touchdown of the gome come when Peru lumbled ond Woyne recovered. Four ploys loter they sneaked over lor the honor. The Bobcats come bode: to score with one minut• lilty seconds left in the third stonzo, 1o knot the score 7-7. Then with two minutes ond seven seconds to ploy, Peru recovered o Woyrw~ fvmble on Wayne's 26 yard line. The aggres.sive Peru Club went oheod to score from the 261 on o long poss to o Bobcat in the end-zone with two minutes to go, CONGRATUALATION$ TEAM - - on a line season.

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Go I Go I Go I Everybody

STATISTICS Nine wins ond no losses Score

Teom Played Oklahamo Panhandle

13-7

~ntrol

33-7

of Pella, Iowa

Hastings

27-20

Chadron

33-6

W01leyen

30-13

Midland

25-7

Doone

27-19

Wayne

13-7

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PlAY

BAll ..


fiiO~'T lOW ~ ~•II ~amur ..,., Dt-1 Stoltrakrg. Doo. nonu\. b)'IIDOOd Gf,noe.t. Hany Jrokckct, SE<:X»:D ROW: ,.,... . .ca. AI Le-w. lob~taon. l"$kVut, Aoscr W..J(In, ~cl [diNft 111()\.1; Coa~h It• Ptru. Oaaac

nu.o

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Cu tor.

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OU.rl~

BOBCAT BASKETBALL I

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COACHES: Bill Jobn.on. and bv Pltu.

Kr-.mmc.

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Good boy Hoog

Meeker drives in fOt o loy up

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Basketball???

Wo~er

Meeker triggers

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gets o lift on this shot


Good pou? y.., bet SEASON RECORD Opp.

Peru

47

Tarkio

57

66

Peru Alumni

56

54

Quincy

n

88 54

64 70

SOAJthern Illinois Kentucky Stole Fisk U>lversi ty Tarkio Simpson (Tournament) Ornoho University Chadron Chadron Wesleyan Woyne Doone Hottings Midlond

57

Keorney

80

(;tJ

Ho>tings Doone

(;tJ

58 47 57 66

71

n

67 55 49 51 67

72 44

Omoho University

Wayne Midland

66

Wesleyon

73

Ooonâ&#x20AC;˘

70 46

Simpson (TOAJrnoment) Wm. Jewell (Tournament)

59

51

so

75

66

57 62 57 72

71

n

71

61

(;tJ

(;tJ

72 80

62

Koorno&

ournonwnt)

70

62 61 57 65


It seemed 0$ though tho chips were down on

the Bobcats in bos.ketballthh yoor, winning only 8 and losing 18, but tl-wt oggroui"cness ond the oportsmcnship thor they po<troyed during tho--

son is worthy of considetoble recognition. They were edged in mony contests by o one point margin. Tho Bobcats took o 1otbock when Ned Eckmon, one of the stortin9 rive, wffored o btoken onkle and wos. unoble to ploy until later in the

..ason. Penis 1954 bo.ketboll..ason wos o striving on. os for os gomes won wtfo concerned, but

recognizing sportsmanship we con truthfully $0Y tho Bobcats hod o good ""'""'.

07


Pith路Trock Cooch

Wicklser one! .Johnson路Broo<ljumpers

P[RU TRACK

Lo<le路Weights

Bcosom ond Bromble-Oistonce


Loninghom-Pole vault

Dick Bromblo-Holf milo

PERU TRACK SCHEDULE 1954 Morch 27 NCC lndoot Meet - ot Lincoln April

9 Torkio ond Moryvlllo • ot Moryvillo, Mo.

April

15 Torkio ond lv'.oryvillo- or Peru

April

23 Washburn .. ot Peru

April

30 Doone ond Wesleyon - ot Porv

Moy

..

Moy

6 Omoho U • ot Om<>ho

Doone Reloys • ot Crete

Moy

13 Hooting> ond Doone - ot Crete

Moy

21

ond 22 NCC Moot • ot Lincoln

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FOt o clean Homecoming; tO\ItfOf'd a cleon Jweoep .

A new u~e for on old beer oon.

8ul90rion roundelay Tho Chocolate Soldier without tho Cha<:oloto Soldier


I

The Olocolote Soldie< fuclgi"'j .

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Aesthetic distance destroyed: Curtain coli fo< the Edwina

Block cost.

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Covering the situat ion: Homecoming rcgisrrotion .


lovelines.s, lneotporotod, ;n the ~y of Sederhurg .

I

Chrhtmos pot. Ach du und Lebo<. Fundomentols of Sp.ech closs porty.

The Blue Devils weoving their web. s;tuoHon normol; oil fouled up.


This B<ove New World. Pallid ColO< Song.

MJsic in the Wheeler tno.nnet".

lovo through the oges··-18 to 25. Co.st of 11 How To Propose . ••


Hi tting o high note---Freshmen barbershop quartet on the roof of the AuditOfium setback.

In golf, they co li the c lub house the 19th .. . . . .

Lover-boy lovie rocing t he Briggs motor.

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January Chorivori-路-Peru style.

The bccut;ful Queen Ann and K ing Butch at the Volentine Formol Donee.

Love at f'irst smite.


WHO' S CW'Tb

DUA~"£

S£001....:; Cwt~ubtuoatof cbe rNilmU)"l OD CN<ft AI

"'tltc"ltn ._1-but tlcwm atmou from (he lime of hh m..~Uk•.illll-00 at Pu~o~. 1J au a dwOClle ()( lbt Jpln·panh founallan wbleb \t'&J thown o!f to good ~De.

Has eau)td three lencu oo the focnb.ttl field •nd c.arrlts Phy•. td. and In· ad\·.tnt.agt agalmt

dutulal Am rna)ors. kloogs,tOEptllon Pl Tau, Stu· cknt CouncU, BJ~otot Devil$, ·p· Cub. Lulhtr,.nChab, a n.d ba• ~e:rvcd as pteddent of cbe ladutulal Atu Chi>

PHYLLIS ItAN H£JNK£

PbyllllU from chc chy of Omaha which

hll'l·tyt fltlyl

aho bol.su of hnlna the largut uocky&rd• In lbe vorld. Plaa• tO becotne a tea cber

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following Kr srad • WUOCI. H..ufo.ci time:

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Mh1 ~vldtoo oa tennis court.

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Su.w:lcot CO'*II, lbe College CbCII'ut, •p- Club, and It an enlhutl.attlc b.Ut vitb lhe Pc:ruvtan Slngtrt. Anouuu.ndlnghalt·bac:k vhh !he ID!kfuted Bob· e.u. Arsoha•wcll•tarMdhiJ three leneu In foot· ball. £xpe:cu 10 go Into mtlh.uy Krvlcc follovlng gr.adu..tlon. Uat a n amar.tns •bllity of k«pm, tbc Dorm Ju.kt lox In .a tplencHd s.ute of db·ttpall,

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WHO IIOilltT Ltt LAC£ lclb, GM c( tbe man outJUodacg •dalctc• tc 1M but.:-cy o( ~1'(", buumedtl&tn lttttn '"'bile ma)Oftn,g In Pbyt (d. S.amed tO 1M Al$0C'IUrd

Plut tilde AII·Amtrlcan and winner of tbc Qr· rU(:t Award, S.lb h11 btcn voted All·conftrcncc ucktc: th ree Umct . Caul« MAih. • nd ln4U$Ul.t.l Ant mln.:wt. h a mtmb« of 1hc •p- Oub, Slut De\lb, Alpha MuOmtga, Lutheran Club, .aod lodauulal Am Chab,llob bcydcgprofHJIOMI football • • a tl'IUM ol l<ccplqg «be Lade alb rcgutcr fLt"t~i"8

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AIU; tnlth"fJ ltiEI'Ig~ luh . ODe of tbc · bc>t~ dowa" t pctl a l hu ft.-a Cowul

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'"'""'· · Chatlottt be:· ICC~~' "' dM ~I.OAfC

Ole« Oub. Wbt~ A~~&ch, TM•TWC\, K•P$W Dtlt.a " · SIS· lr'"' 1'n Dt Iu, and die AU C1ub.

eo- lOOT DUEiilfnDT k·.-., lea ate aodcapat.u brroau.JIII , , ,. O.rfeldl. AU ·u'~ ludc:r ~aump.11 a ff• tn (p.t.'c. ~U• Mckee, boy), knnle b f'te1hkrn of Vic Stu· dtnt~ll . a membuof K.a~ Oelu P1, t-hule tdl)(•tor ·• t\.t.tlon• t Coafe.rc:nce. ).'kdt oounCwn· di, II\N! Oc:vlh, PeruvlanSingcrs, ADd the Colltgt 01«1.11. Comet from Barnard, MIUOUtl, maJcu In Mutlc. dng. 1cnor, and b spoken fat. Wean loud pla id )a eke• to frl&bu~n aw ay the vIc I out Ptn8 Pofl& Bltd th.etlayt lu cgJ in his mall box.

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rudy ulcd bet pc:cb • gogicAbllltltiOUI on ooguardedCou n~ II 81 ufh l OU fiX '""0

yu.rs bdocc tc1wn· to.g to Peru to cum· plctc rcq-uucmcnu forbudcgree. In Jt62 lbt v as pr~d· ckatohbt ~ru $tao.:

Tc.ac:ba'l Art Chb • od ar pc:.tc:nt b~.acb the Womu's Dorm Ccuoell £:xpccu to continue tuchltlil


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ATTlNOANTS PIIYLLIS DAVENPORT

MARILYN HAWXBY


OUHN OF HlARTS

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HEARTS ATTENDANTS

BARBARA LOCKWOOD

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BEN OUERFELOT 100


MAY Hl[

M.AAY HOAG

LOREN ARGABRIGHT

LEE NORRIS

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ATTlNOANTS

MARY MOORE

RODGER MAJORS

TOM MOEN

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Cook, Myrtle • Cook, ~test: M.,ie • Cofll, ~ratdlne

• 14, $5

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·E• EutmAn, Uo Eckman, Ned £4cfy, 8. A . Eddy, LIIIIA.n £lckofl, Ptggy •

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59, 61. 103 3S • . • • 36

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• George, Shirlee Glasgow, O.\•fd Gilliland, Keith Gillila nd, Mary

. 28, $4, ss. 36, so. 62, . 36, . .

Going., Garold.

Humphrey, Bob. . Humphrey, 1.1~s.

. 46, 47

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56 63 63 28

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Htrold, Olarla Hervey. Sill. • ueusman, Dthrlcb Heywood, Gladys . He)'vood. Kennt.th Heywood, Norma . Hill, Na ney, • Hoag, KenDedl. 18, Hoag, Mary. .

63,98 . . 28, 51 31, 62. 63 • .

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63 46 56 51

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·L· Lack., Robert 18, 51, S3, SS, 99 Lade, Vlrginla FergU$011 • 22, 53 59. 64, 65, 93, 100 Lange. Merle . • • . Z3 L.ar5tn, A. v. , 12, 54, 58 t..ar5tn, Eugene. 18, 51, SS t..anaro, Nun.z.lo • . 46, 47 t.azuro, Vl.rglnl& • • • . 4? Leber, ~oe . .Z3, S3, M , 94. 915 Leckcnby, carol • 3.8. S3, 66 LeCurc. VIckie. , . 29, SO, 62 Levitt, Jarnt.~ 0. , 9, 57, 61. 65 Lewls, Burkett . . • . • 39 Leybold, Mary Ann 39, 60, S3 ss. 61 Lincoln, Paulcla 29, 62. 63 . • IS, 63 Lfnd.lhl, Anhur. 23, 53, S4 Lindahl, ~o Lindell, Ct.ut , 19, $1, $4, 58 62. 63 Linden, se.an • • • • 15 Littre-ll, Joseph. . 12. $4, 58

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Euella.

.

• 47

29, 64, 107

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Meyer, Erne:st •

James . Meyer. Madlyn Mtckells, Fr~ nk Me~r .

Mlller, David . MUI~r , U.anford Mille:, J.ames . Miller, Merv11 .

63 10 10 61 S8 52 99

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93, 95 • . . 39 • 39, 107

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• 40, 64 • . 46

Oc:Ucen. Veu , O'Hana, GlorU

. • 46 40, 1S0,62 63,64

Osborne, llow.-rd

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Pu p, Ronald Painu~r.

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46

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Esther • Pharaoh, Eddie.

Pr.-dler, Uarold.

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Slack, M.ary. • Smith, Dolore.s.

59 42 58 42

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• • 24, 62 31, S4, 56

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• 44

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1954 - The Peruvian  

1954 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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1954 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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