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OOTS Past, Present, Future

A continuing story of Peru State,s heri1age -present - and future

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Peru's camp\l$, ~-- undergo~e ·a1; · lot. of change phy~ically;" When·.: I school Started, • tliere WaS one i building:- io a~r~s ~ ·T oda·y : ~~ P.eru State· governs: over_}OOi ' acres; and ovef · 20 .buildings ' ranmng in age, . style, ~~·•. and· purj>ose, . canbefound'~ - .. The ~ldest building ori campus' is· the present Health· Center. It• was constructed Jil1889; and, along with a library long .gone ' cost $13, ooo, The Health .C_ent~r Wascbuilt originally. as ~· h~{lp.rig plant. · The gymnasium ' wasoriginallf ~ttmd~~ · :~ a. chapel', and wa.s , ·built in•l903i foi . $43,500. The outmod~41i ~truc:tl:II.e anfh~i sist~r ' .the' .Health: Center wilh both 'be:· ' relieved• ~f duties ,,pel}d~~g .tl:!e · ·, approval' of, the Peru Gym pro- : ' posal. The library. now _in tis~ '<\'as' begun .in 1906 ' as:. a simpl~ story . structure. It was .• addedl. t:o in ·· 1911, . 'liith· much .~i -ili~ second ' floor going t()~ ~lassroririt spac~·. The whole building was remod.;. · eled in:l963\ ·· .. The A4~inistration Building ~as1 built'iri 191()1for $40, 000' and:·· ~ ~till' iii· heavy use today'; Howe,ver, •much.of the ~riginal•. build~ 1

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A Beginning

Native of Scotland founder of Normal

Mr. and Mrs. (Charlotte Burch) John Marshall McKenzi e , a fe w years before they died in Stock to n, Cal. Mr . Mc Ke n z ie, native of Sco tland , established the private schoo l in Peru, in 1866, from which gre w Pe ru State College .

From Ben Swenson, recreational director for the 路 city of Stockton, Calif ., and annual donor of the Ben Swenson a wa rd to the most outstanding athlete at Peru State College come some interesting information about the man who actually conceived the idea , of what became Peru Norma l. He was John Marshall McKenzie , who founded a school at Pe ru in what was described as an "abandone d saloon building." The institution flourished and in due course became Pe ru Normal whose genesis in 1867 a ntedates the University of Nebraska and probably was the first college for teacher training west of the Missouri rive r. McKenzie was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1830 . His family e migrated to New York when he was two years old . His father drove the first engine over the Illinois Central tracks in the Midwest. At nine , the son, and his mother and four brothe rs and sisters were left alone. The youth attended school in Poultney , Vermont for a year. After te aching one year he entered Jonesville Academy in New York and did janitor work to pay tuition fees . After a period at Union college , McKenzie came west and taught in Upper Iowa College .

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RUNKof A Faculty The Faculty at Peru State College has always been one of the finest around. The college pride has been, traditionally, turning out quality teachers, and to tum out quality teachers, they themselves must be properly trained. Peru路 State graduates can today be. found 1n various teaching positions throughout the Midwest, especially in Nebraska. A prospective te!lcher coming from Peru State stands an excellent chance of gaining a job, because of the excellent reputation Peru has built. The firs~ instructors at Peru were Principal J. W. McKenzie and his wife. They taught courses in Math, Chemistry, Natural Science, Latin, Rhetoric, Grammar, History, and Geography. Another teacher was added in 1868, and the faculty slowly built itself to align itself with the numbers of students. The college takes great pride in its 路faculty/ student ratio, which stands today at approximately 1/17. The faculty grew from two 路in 1867 to 20 by 1902 to 45 present. Peru used to also furnish a graduate school to people select"' ---

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is · what, , ·. a11~) wh~rei -~ app.J:Q~mately_ !~;, ' .milesi NE of Autilirit, · Nebraska~ · 1 Why· PSC is tli.~ qu~tio~' .whic:h . many students. haye: <lSked, ~~~i selves·, but the answer ' doesn't i come unless.·th~· :stude~iS ., speak!. : for ·thenis(d~es .'-. . .. . ~~ . · · . .

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be~a~~-9J' ~ts in~~g:~~Y~j.tHg211'. and .close_~~~ ~~o . h~m~'; .. ~~ '.~~red•, .b.ecause, ,'' ''Th~ pe~ple . •· I'v~ ·met · her~:··ha~e r b~~ni~· a:pan-. of~:me . . andi. a·Ran';, of, ' ~ tliein·;, i.TI;~~iit· :·. t~is:-..',e,~~h-allgch. '· ,' ~_111'.~:-.~av~ .' · expandedr.th~mselves ...•• /;For!thiS ~ reason, I hold' niy y~a~~ ..<H:l~y' I· my moS{ v:a~uable ,,:~ ~- ··. }.~· ·;,._, ·.,. Another' PSC ·student1cliO'se the . college beca~e it's. away trom.. , the· hustling, noise 9h~e .city. , Bob: Beboine also!· ched ,'.the . · : "beatit./ of die :. ~a~p_qt'yea_r'' , roun4', andthe : {ri~lldl~I!~ of $e <teachers' that ate~ re~dy. :t o• assiSt '__you:with anyprobl~m almost any · , !,~me of tile day." · The caniP.us· isibeautiful' and'• the

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Dr. Barrett Vice-President

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Dr. Stewart Vice-President for Administration

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New 1977-78 President Dr.LarryTangeman Dr. Tangeman says he likes a

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A Faculty

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1. Cal Bone, M.S. Oklahoma State 1976- Present Assistant Professor of Education.

John Barrett M.A. University of Northern Colorado, 1972 - Present.

HEAD OF DIVISION OF HUMANITIES

Albert Brady Russell Beldin M.S. Mankadto State 1970 - Present. Professor of Business

2. Evertt Browning, M.S. Kansas State University 1969 - Present. Instructor of English and Journalism

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M.A. Univers ity of South Dakota 1957- Present. Professor of Biological Scien ce


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1. Edward Camealy. PhD. University of Colorado, 1960 - Present. Professor of Vocal Music

2. Mr. Jim DeMers, Ed . S. University of Arkansas Professor of Education

Esther Divney Ed . D University of Northern Colorado 1975- Present. Professor of Education

3. Dr. Royal Eckart, University of Nebraska, Ph. D. 1975- Present. Assistant Professor of Speech, Theatre, and Mass Communications

4. David Edris, D.M.A. University of Missouri 1974 - Present. Professor of Music

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1. Arlene Fell, M.S. Kearney State College 1974- Present \. Instructor of Home Economics

Paul Fell M.S. Kearney State 1975 - Present. Instructor of Art

Thomas Fitzgerald

Pamela Gere

Ed. D. University of Nebraska, 1967- Present.

M.A. University of Northern Iowa, 1976- Present. Instructor of Music

Assistant Professor of Physical Education

2. Patricia Gilbert, M.A. University of Northern Iowa, 1976 - Present. Instructor of Physical Education

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1. Richard Gulizia, Ed. D. University of Nebraska, 路 197 4 - Present. Assistant Professor of Education

Nancy Emerson M.S. Kansas State College, 1977 - Present.

2. John Hahn, M.A. University of Minnesota, 1968- Present. Associate Professor of Political Science.

Instructor of Social Science

Jack Hamilton M.S. Pittsburg State University, 1972 - Present. Assistant Professor of Business Ed ucation

3. Fredrick Haman n, M.S. Kansas State College, 1973 - Present. Assistant Professor of Science.

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1. Wreathea Hicks M.A. Emporia State College, 1968 - Present Assistant Professor of English

Jerry Joy M.S. Northwest Missouri State, 1975 - Present. Instructor of Physical Education

Dr. James Harney Ph.D Northern Illinois University Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama

Shari Hoelker B.S. Wayne State

M.S. Northwest Missouri 1977 -

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Instructor of Physical Education

2. Dee Jarvis, M.E. Colorado State Univ., 1948 - Present Associate Professor of Industrial Arts

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HEADFOOTBALLCOACH Chairman of Physical Education


1. Danny Kennett, M.S.B. Kansas Sate College 1974- Present Instructor of Business

2. Marlene Joy M.S. Northwest Missouri State University 1976 - Present. Director of Women 's -Athletics

Dr. Mike Land Ph.D. Texas A & M, 1976 - Present. Associate Professor of Education Chairman of Education Division

Ruthe Lachelt M. Ed. Saint Cloud State, 1977- Present. Instructor of Education

3 . Paul Kruse, M.S. Emporia Kansas State College 1969- Present. Instructor of Library Science Director of Instructional Media Center.

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William Landis In Memory -1977 Ed . D. Unives ity of Nebraska 1972-1977 1. Stanley McCaslin, M.S. California Institute of Technology, 1971 - Present, Director of Data Processing.

Lyle McKercher M.S. University of Iowa 1959-Present Associate Professor of Mathematics

Robert Lewellan, M.S. Northwest Missouri State, 1972Present Assistant Professor of Business Administration .

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Dr. Daryl Long, Ph .D.University of Nebraska, 1967 -Present. Associate Professor of Science.

Associate Professor of Education


Paul Read M.S. Northwest Missouri State,

1976- Present. Instructor of Physical Education.

1. John Pardeck M.A. Central Missouri State 1974- 1977, Instructor of Social Work.

2. Michael McKibbion M.S. University of Wisconsin, 1975- Present Instructor of Industrial Arts.

Robert Pettit M.S. State Univer sity of New York,

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1. Dr. Lester Russell, Ph.D. University of Nebraska at Lincoln, 1956- Present Professor of Industrial Arts; Chairman of Applied Arts division.

Anthony Rizzi Ph .D, Purdue University 1977 - Present. Assistant Professor of Business.

Jack Scamahorn M.A. Central State Univ.

1976-1977 Instructor of Physical Education Wrestling Coach .

2. Steven Quade, M.B.A. Mankato State Univ. 1976- 1977 Instructor of Business.

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3. Dr. George Schottenhamel, Ph.D University of Illinois, 1957- Present. Professor of History and Social Science.


Ms. Tudor Secretary John Billings Admissions Counselor

â&#x20AC;˘ Ms. Hamann President Secretary Mary Lou Allgood Admissions

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Mildred Groff Secretary Geraldine Brady 'Secretary

Connie Kearney Secretary Joan Sterner Secretary

Rhonda Sutherland Secretary

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Caryll Ubben Secretary Nancy Reeves Secretary

Virginia Miller Ruth Gottula Admissions Counselor

Mr. Paul Stubbe Student Affairs Marge Coul'ter I.A. Secretary

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Bradley Hall Admissions Director John Jacobsen Business

Kelly liewer Ed.D.

Guy L. Rosenberg Ph.D.

Dr. Myron Apilado Ed .D. University of South Dakota Counseling Psychology

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Applied Arts

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Business

Bottom Right : Tom Spei g h t works on compu ter in Business c lass.

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Divisions: Applied Arts Industrial Arts Tops: Duane Madi so n, Industria l Art s major gets ready fo r class. Bottom LEFT: Mark Knight admires a P eru beauty with a slight grin. Bottom Right : Steve Dunn is ready for anything which comes his way in Indu st ria l Arts c la ss.

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Divisions: Humanities

Language Arts Top left: Aaron Larson works on lighting board for a drama production.

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In any college the Natural Science department is important since most students are required to take some sort of science and math in order to graduate. The Natural Science department is headed by a new man this year in Dr. Pippert. The Science and Math departments offer four year degrees in preparatory science and teacher education. A pre-professional program is also available to Peru State Students. Dr. Pippert feels that the pre-professional program is expanding due to greater emphasis on the health care field, especially on the Medical level. It is becoming increasingly important for the school to continue to expand this phase of the program since there is still a shortage of qualified people in all phases of the medical field. The rural towns in Nebraska and around the country are hurting for qualified medical person.nell. Recently a report on CBS reported on Ponca, Nebraska and its quest for a full time doctor. They raised the money to train a former Vietnamese man to take over their medical needs. It was both rewarding for the community and the man. the adaptation of the greenhouse into a study center for

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Divisions: Natural Science 路 Math

Top: Ann Fitzgerald, a nd Denise Menke work on problems in M ath c lass.

Bottom: Kevin Mabie points to prob lem during a Ca lculu s class.

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Top Left: Peru State College sponsored many activi ties such as t hi s chorus cli nic for loca l high schools. Top Right: Senior Student takes ti me out of a busy sched ule to cha t with a professor.

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Top Left: Dave Stemper, and unid entified player, jump for ball during Intramural play.

Top Left: Arnie Johnson, and Steve Speas loose ball in Intramural play.

Bottom: Randy Platt, kneels during Intramural Tennis play.

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Peru State College has changed drastically over the sometimes stormy seasons duing its growth from the first college in Nebraska to the present enrollment of approximately 750 students. But one thing that has not changed is the acceptance of the student body in its high regard of this institution as a very personal school with a penchant for personal contact with its student body. The administration has changed over the past two

But one thing is sure, enrollment is higher than ever, programs are being evaluated and improved, and the administration and

One thing is for sure; enrollment .

As a student at this college it might be to your benefit to drop by the administration building sometime and take a look at the admissions items now being used. The athletic director, Mr. Joy, is putting the joy back into .. .

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Student interests still no. I at-Peru years but the philosophy of a school for student interests is still number one on the minds of all administration and faculty. It has been noted in these pages that Peru State has evolved through hard times, that there is still much apathy aboundino within its halls.

faculty are changing the image of this sometimes called "suitcase college" to a college of doers. This can be noted in the change in the admissions materials which are now being distributed around the country. Started by Brad Hall two years ago and with the continuing help of the new admissions director Dr. Muth the college is trying to increase the college's number one resource, its students.

college athletics at Peru. With the continuing success of these programs as well as the continuing goal of making things better for the students it will truly be a college where the students are number ONE. The student season will be bright with the help of all.

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The Belle of Brownville

Far Top left: Bernard Geschke and unidentified student accept trophy for Apple Jack Bowl win. Far Bottom left: Mime entertainer rests 路after a performance on the Peru State Campus. Or does he? Far Bottom Right: Group of faculty members taking it easy at the Bob Inn.

Top left: Fredricka Minton, Ed Bolton, SrTJokey, Boston, and Tammy Gentry, take time out for a drink at the Belle of Brownville.

Top Right: When will the snake say Bud?

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It was a student body success Far Top: Sen.ator Nelson Merz from Richardson County throws ball during the basketball dribble campaign. Far Bottom: State Senator Cal. Carsten holds the ball before presentation is made to Governor J. J. Exon at the Nebraska State Capitol in Lincoln. Standing beside Governor Exon is State Senator Nelson Merz.

Above: A group of students enjoy themselves durinQ a picnic after the basketball dribble.

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A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Fourm ''Second Time around'' -Dan Todd

''I love you, '' Ron Doeden

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Electra.

two plays presented in 1976-77

Far Top l eft : Da n Todd and Don Doxon and Rob Mc Kercher. act ou t a scene in the "A Fun ny Th ing Happened the Way to the Forum ." far Top Right: Don Doxon, Deb Whitney and Ron Doeden, sing during " A Funny Thing Hap· pened the Way to the Forum ."

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Far Bottom Right: Roma Dunn, and Stephanie Goodell, in scene Iron " Electra. " Above Left :Studen ts re hearse for "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the For um ... Above Left: Another scene from " A Funny Th1ng Happened on the Way to the Forum. "

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Far Top Left: ATTENTION: All guests of this room please observe the following.

Far Bottom Right: Dave Simmions is caught in the act during a winter day.

Far Top Right: Burt Harris and Martin Barger invent a n ew game ca lled "Fall Out Shelter.".

Top Left: A group of students dance dur ing the Muscualr Dystrophy danceathon

Far Bottom Left: Cafeter ia management during 1976-77 clown around during a Hawaiian Festi val.

Top Right: Student prepares to fight during the annual Pe ru State smoker.

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Colleen Burger

Robert Carter

Harriet Clark


Gerard Kimball

Joesph Kotnik

Phyllis Kreutzer

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William Martin

Deborah Long

Marv Miller

Barbara Lyons


Stephen Sim

David Simmons

Thomas Speight

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Kevin Timothy

David Stemper


Twila Beck

John Brightwell

Mark Clark


Elizabeth Deason

Karen Dettmer

Karen Doeden

William Fitz erald

Joseph Fleskoski

Robert Garcia

Teresa Gebers

David Gill

Erna Goin

Roger Gray

Ed Harris

Kevin Hart


Jonell Kotouc

Barbara Lohmeier

Paul Me Cune

Russell Mort

Yvonne Parde

Kathleen Rouse

Kevin Sauberzweig

Jeff Scanlan

Janice Schmelzle


Neil Sorenson

Peggy Stevenson

Shirley Snyder

Betty White

Jan Wilson

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Denise Coupe

Sharon Dietrich

Kip Grinstead

Bridget Hoover

Debra Folkers


Luanne Kreifels

Lisa Kruse

Calvin Kunze

Mary Lewandowski

Stephen Lewis

Robin Me Kercher

Denise Menke

Cynthia Mertens

Janet Myers

Delwinn Novell

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Brenda Chapin

Patti Chaney

Wanda Choate

Rhonda Cr ass

Roma Dunn

Ronald Doeden

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He len Fouraker

Joni Fox

Wya tt Frohling

Tam ra Gentry

Carmen Gersten sch lager

Troy Goleman

Stephan1e Goodel l

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Freshmen 1977 Sophomores 1978

Laura Lutz

Kyle Mabie

Elizabeth Hamilton

Dennis Marshall

Luanne Haneline

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Profile for Peru State College Library

1977 - The Peruvian  

1977 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

1977 - The Peruvian  

1977 yearbook for Peru State College, Peru, Nebraska

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