Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1964

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Teachers Work Behind the Scenes Sharing ideas on team spirit are Mr. Robert Larson and Mr. Robert Biddle, football and basketball coaches respectively, in one of their brief conversations be- tween classes. -.,, A, ,i N 15' Asking permission for a re-take on her individual picture, ludy Blackman receives advice lrom Mrs. Mary Keith, who spends many hours at work on the Nar- cissus. , Contrary to popular belief, there is more to teaching than giving instruction in the three Rs Almost every PHS teacher sponsors some activity or club, and many have other little "extra" duties to perform during the course ot a school day. "A teachers work is never done" could be the theme song ot Peru High School educators. i T Q 5 if f o H" t F' ha ii li, ' 1 o ,,-fr "Up the east stairs, down the west!" Sidi?-'.-.fzffhgii falls to the lot oi Mr. William Siderewicz ariii M' lsrc-of Zielinski, who keep an eye out for stud-en' 'rc' violators. Students seem to create many problems Principal Earl Dolpli Q' d Sp1pet'1:1tf-'1iei't man could be d1:fCt1""'Q by halls. .45.

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dd. .4.,,.-,--. A Source of Wisdom and Guidance it ig! ffl TT- .1 GR Q, ,f 1-f' i if 'Y ,ijt X . X Rose. Iean B., A.B. Marshall University French. Rufe, Ben L.. A.B., M.S. DePauw University, Indiana University Algebra, National Honor Society Sponsor, Assistant Principal, Ticket Manager, Math Club Sponsor. Leachmcm. Iulie Scheerer, B.A. Butler University World History, English, Iunior Y- Teens, Girls' League Sponsor. Showalter, Robert G.. B.S., M.A. Ball State Teachers College Speech and Hearing Therapist. Siderewicz, William F.. B.A. Ball State Teachers College Safety. Assistant Football Coach, Boys' League Sponsor, Spandau, Albert. B.S., M.S. Hanover College, Ball State Teachers College Government, Sociology, Senior Class Sponsor, Student Council Sponsor, Athletic Director, Speck, Nan B., B.B.A. Southwestern University Typing, Shorthand, Y-Teens. Stone. Donald T., A.B., M.S. Manchester College, Purdue University Advanced Algebra, College Alge- bra, Salesrnanship Business Law, Student Council Sponsor, C-21 Sponsor. Sullivan, Mary Ann, B.S. Ball State Teachers College Physical Education, GAA, Pepettes, Sophomore Sponsor. Taylor, Wayne F., B.S. Indiana State Teachers College Art, Art Club Sponsor, Girls' League Sponsor. Tresch, Mary Secretary to the Superintendent. Zeigler. Alma, B.S. Aquinas College History, English, Governrnent High School Red Cross Sponsor, Zielinski, Iames, B.S. Ball State Teachers College Woodworking, Assistant Football Coach.



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,V Lv ml-:eff --1 1----- ?---- - - - Seniors: Last of Four-Year Students l ' 1 "You wouldn't squirt me with that water, would you?" asks lanice English, senior class secretary, of playful Nate Marburger, vice-president. Iohn Allbritten, treasurer, and Leroy Pope. president, also find the incident amusing. Seniors of the 1964 graduating class were the last students to study four years at PHS. ln the school year of 1960 the last of the Peru freshmen to enroll in PHS started their senior high school life. Under the new six-three-three system introduced that year, the junior high accommodated the seventh, eighth, and ninth graders, the high school was made-up of tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade students. As freshmen, the 1964 seniors were excited about being in high school and worried about doing something wrong. To the average fresh- man it seemed there were a dozen upper class- men ready to correct every mistake. Waiting until the end of the sophomore year for their class rings seemed like an eternity, but the long wait was worth it. Finally, they became juniors, and a new group of students were "stuck" with the label of underclassmen and "greenies." The Iunior Class Play, "Harvey," was presented, and the returns from it went for the lunior-Senior Prom. With the twelfth year came privileges re- served for seniors. Wearing senior cords, oc- cupying the front seats in auditorium, selecting senior pictures, and being measured for caps and gowns-all were part of the last year. Their glorious reign as "the high and mighty seniors" came to a close. The senior cords so proudly worn that last year were tuckedaway in the far corner of the closet as a new and ex- citing life opened. The accomplishments of the class of l964 belong to history. I l

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