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"Do you think I should join that group?" questions direc-
or, Mr. Felt, to new stage band member, Mr Noble, music
irector. Awaiting his decision are Louise Schini, student
irector, and Suzanne Zwickl, a pianist.
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el riiificiifx If Hirzz lf Cooley, D Richards, B David
or L Sharxk E Clark M Ashby, and T Brown, con-
'gr f- riirr. Thx: la Thr- Army, Mr, lonesf'
Guns loaded and ready to shoot, the senior girls, R.
Moss D. Groat, N, Atkinson, L. Morris, I. DeLawter, H.
Clark, V. Catey, C, Giver, and M. Huber, prove "You
Can't Get a Man with a Gun."
Skits, Dances, Music
"There's No Business Like Show Business"
echoed the grand finale from the Peru High
School Broadway stage, ending the l964 Rodeo.
Capacity audiences were entertained for two-
and-oneehalt hours during "An Evening with
Music for all types ot personalities was
featured. The Rebels, a group of Senior girls,
sang, MO How I Hate to Get Up in the Morn-
ingw for late risers. "Stepping Out with My
Baby" was intended for the party-goers at
PHS, The typical Indiana winter touch took a
turn to the tropical side as the Sophomore girls
danced to "Tropical Heat Wave."
Highlighting the performance of the stage
band, Mr. Noble, Music Director, played the
saxaphcne to till the place of an absent band
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"Shh! Mr. Hooker" cautions Sophomore Bruce Bach-
man, as he has his hearing tested. Hearing and sight
tests are administered to every Sophomore.
Through improved equipment in the many
diverse departments of the PHS curriculum,
students and teachers gained greater insight in-
to their various realms ot endeavor.
Not all people involved in the management
ot the school were adults. Many students as-
sisted administrators in various ways-lov help-
ing with the programing of student schedules
in the Deans' offices, caring for the sick under
the supervision ot the school nurse, and de-
livering messages for the main office.
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Giving her class their daily assignment on the over-
head proiector is Mrs. Ferrara. Thermoiax, a machine
that makes master stencils from any regularly typed
material, made test preparation a breeze for teachers,
Playing postman are Ianet Toepter and ludy King who
place mail in the teachers' boxes, Duties oi the ottite
assistants include running errands typing and answer
ing the telephone.
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Vicki Crowden, Florence lones, and Ioyce Zerbe rnusi-
cally question "How Deep ls the Ocean" as a marine back-
ground sets the tone.
E ntertainecl of Rodeo
First act songs featured the light, humorous
songs and the serious, love-laden tunes. "Any-
thing You Can Do" and "lt's a Lovely Day To-
day" typified the songs in this act. The second
act used songs Mr. Berlin Wrote for the Broad-
way stage. Selections included "Puttin on the
Ritz," "Youre lust in Love," and "You Keep
Corning Back Like a Song."
"Ii's cr bear!" screams frightened Mart f Dou
Abner, as he leaps to Susie l-Iilgeinan, L23
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