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Page 86 text:
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Keeping track of Narcissus
collections w-:ag the task ot
there .seniors in Mr, Fox's home
room Row lx S, Malott, S.
Hays I. O'Connell D. Smith,
P Karba, E Draving, P, Crist,
L. Skinner Row 2: G. Fitzger-
ald, T. Mullett M. Montgomery,
M Garber, Schubert, S. Bow-
man, S. Spanjau, I Struble, H.
Bell, K Waclcnitz. How 3: M.
Kina D, Reed, S Motford, E.
Carpenter, R. See, I. Stitt, K
Bird M. McLaughlin. K. Dove.
Various Clubs Color World of PHS
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To become acquainted with the teaching profession is the purpose of the Future Teach-
ers of America club. The members are: Row 1: I. Evans, D. Randolph, I. Hopper, S. Hays
T. Bender, I. O'Connell, M. Bullock, B. Wernz, H Bober. Row 2: C. Soames, I. Wyneken, Ft.
Angle, N. Pearcy, L. Smith C. Nash, S Reed, D Smith, D. Mitchell. Row 3: B. Mowbray, G.
Borden, T, Noble, P. Arrick, D. Ramsey, K. Dove, I. Allbritten, A. Kunkle, I. Wallace, Miss
Elizabeth Ridenour adviser.
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Setting up type and running oft the Peruvian is the job of the print shop stall:
M. Yater, B. Bishop, R. Burns, M. LeDoux, T. Holland, and A. Binkerd. Mr. Franklin
Minion is the print Shop adviser.
Page 85 text:
Staffs Work Hard to Meet Deadlines
After Carolyn Ebert, editor-in-chief of the
Narcissus, attended lndiana University Iournal-
ism Institute to learn the process of organizing
a yearbook, the staff began to develop their
sections, take pictures, and Write copy. Al'
though ten months may seem sufficient to fin-
ish a yearbook, staff members found the time
was scarcely enough.
During the first semester, Tanee Mullett
was Peruvian editor, Kent Dove, former man-
aging editor, became head boss second semes-
ter. The rest of the staff continued Writing stor-
ies, typing, proofreading, making up and sell-
ing ads, and collecting money.
The editorial staff checks copy for the paper. Seated: S.
Crowden, editorial assistant, and K. Bird, sports editor. Standing:
l. Langdon, news editor, L. Hagen, copy editor, I. Wallace, feature
editor, and B. Potter, editorial assistant.
Duly signed out. Peruvian stalf members
head for town. Top to bottom: I. Sonqfrqnk,
ad manager, D. Smith, business manager, L
Fishback, circulation manager, I. OICOHHSII
Peru Daily Tribune correspondent, M. Scott,
ad manager, and M. Montgomery, Tribune '
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"How does this sound?"
Peruvian editor-in-chief as
PPMS' -V -1,3 .. '
SHG COTHDOSES Ci 'EQI-
asks Tanee Mullett,
torial. Kent Dove, her co-editor, and Margarei
Duncan, editorial assistant, ch-eil: previous ir
sues of the paper.
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These students promote an interest in literature at
PHS through the Library Club. Row 1: L. Bonney,
L. Skinner, C. Alspach. Row 2: V. Huffman, R. Qualio,
M. Richter. Row 3: R. Oakes, K. Miller, S. Shoemaker.
Row 4: P. Greenwald, C. Guss, M. Myers. Row 5: A.
Hughes, M. Bullock, C. Black. Row 6: I. Bodey, N.
Parkrnan. Top: Miss Helen Brundage, sponsor.
The patrol boys and the print shop boys
were two of the many service groups which
aided PHS. The patrol boys kept the stu-
dent body safe, the print shop boys kept
everyone informed on school activities. Learn-
ing management was the goal of the Fu-
ture l-lomemakers of America and I-lomeroom
216g the first group learned how to care for the
home, and the latter learned how to manage
money in making Narcissus collections. The
Library Club and Future Teachers of America,
in their respective clubs, were able to learn
about the library cmd teaching professions.
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Learning to put to use the domestic arts are
members of the Future Homemakers of America
Row l: B. Huggins, C, Sherman, B, Hastings
S. Shoemaker. Row Z: E, Draving, D Sopher, B
Miller, A. Faulkner. How 3: C, Brown, B. lohnfzn
S. Grzebslzi, D. Trueblood, B. Place
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Emphasizing safety is the main obective A
these Patrol Club members, Row 1: C lxfarks
T. Lee, K. Gipson I, l-liadon. Row 2: Mr. Noel Davis
adviser, B. Garver, B. Davidson. Row 3: T Ma:-::t'f
B. Moffatt, S. Kile.
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