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"What a darling idea"' exclaim several members of
the Tigerettes as they examine Susan l-lilgernans Sen-
ior coris Skirts and trousers displayed a lot of origin-
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Operating behind a new desk, Miss Brundage checks
out a book for Carol Smiley. The book shelf in the
desk displays a new collection of books,
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New additions to the school included a pro-
fessional desk in the PHS library. A new series
of Classical books was purchased for students
use This year Peru participated in a book-
selection program. Five hundred books were
displayed in the library tor one week. Students
and teachers looked through the books and in-
dicated those that they would like to have in
the school library,
Social activities of the Girls Leaaue included
sponsorina a Mothersfiaughter Tea wh
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strona aaain this year tixith Seniors wearinci
painted shorts and head scarves too. The hard-
earned MP and the head of a tiger adorned
inanjr ol the cords. Students read books, plans
ned activities, and wore cords in the process ol
"Winding Ur: Another Year."
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Through sleet and rain and dark of night, Bill West-
cott, Susan Hilgeman, Clo Giver, Barb Lutz and loyce
Zerbe watch the Tiger football team trounce Hunting-
"Winding p Year"
Poster-laden walls told of the annual Student
Body elections as eager candidates solicited
support from students. National e l e ct i o n s
prompted the organizing of the Young Bepubli-
cans and Young Democrats. Several students
decided to pack home books to study, which
earned benefits as the National Honor Society
boasted the largest membership ever at Pl-lS.
Seniors began applying for college entrance
and luniors experienced their first college tests.
After the first six Weeks, we joined clubs and
geared ourselves to begin a year of extra-cur-
ricular activities. We adjusted readily to a new
administration and settled down to "Wind Up
Accepting authority as Student Body President, Mike
Eilcenberry receives the gavel offered by Mr. Spandau.
Mike, by virtue of his office, presides over Student
Council meetings and introduces speeches at auditor-
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Lovely Cheryl Garrett flashes a smile as she poses in her
coronation gown and robe. Cheryl is Miss lndiana State
Fair for 1965.
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Ring the bell for victory! A victory bell, painted the
traditional gold and black and adorned with a Tiger stick-
er, proclaimed victory after football games. Band members
Butch l..eGate and Iim McLaughlin pull the belli
School spirit played a large part in "Winding
Up 1955" Students wore pins, buttons, and
sweatshirts pledging their allegiance to the Tiger
Teams. Faculty members stimulated school spirit
and organized a bigger yellbloclc. A victory bell
was purchased by the Athletic Department for use
at football games. Painted gold and fixed on a
black frame, the bell was rung after touchdowns
and after victorious games.
Auditoriums featured nationally known figures
this year. While entertaining, the auditoriums
were also educational. Several outstanding ones
included conversations between criminals, a ser-
ies of chemical experiments, and a judo lesson
given by an expert. PHS students presented their
own auditoriums on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Students found participating in school events a
delightful way to "Wind Up Another Year."
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Tall and majestic stands the winning homecoming
float, a replica of the Arc de Triump. An awed lane
Hoffman views the designs on the top of the Arc
"Charge toward a victorious season," say cheer-
leaders Barb Lutz, Clo Giver, and Susan Hilgeman as
they decorate PHS halls with signs.
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