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Reporters Learned .lournalistic Ropes
Vlorking behind the scenes for every issue ot the Peruvian are staff members Row 1: E Bethel soczaty "
Snyder, associate society editorg B. Allbritteri, Co-feature editor. Row 2: B Ballard business manager C .luis
write: C. olseph, co-feature editor. Row 3: T. Brown, photographer C. Drake, staff writerq I Mcfcrzzzrk
sports editor. Row 4: B. Westcott, sports editorg P. Holmes, cartoonist.
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Tackling I nterviews,
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Submerged in 3 'yfirlr wori: iq: Stliatf' Hilgeman, eclitorf
in-chief Of the Peru' jin, PHS 5 bi-'.'.'eel1ly puplicaticfr.
Tuming in i:i:iQ:"r'::f:1t.' fc' air fiiitcl piper are Miss
ftzirrion-.' r tirrt .L :1.,,.fti ,iiifr iii wi student.: Row 1:
ln, Tracy, P. llfirflfir' 1 1, l' Sr 1i:'iQ1ior'i Row 2: S, Ben-
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For aspiring journalists cmd printers, the
Peruvian, affcrded students practical training
in their individual fields of endeavor.
Working under a tight schedule, the staff
rushed to rrieet deadlines in order to produce
the paper on a consistent bi-weekly basis.
By presenting news and features through the
efforts of reporters and creative writers, the
Peruvian both informed and entertained its
As a molder of public opinion, the paper in
various editorials attempted to influence faculty
and student viewpoints.
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These printshop boys carried the responsibility of
printing this years Peruviaris' Row 1: L. Miller, D.
Vfcide-r1io'n, H Watkins, G. Hall I Peters Row 2: L
Richter S Baldwin, S Sutton, I Hughes, T. Brown, Ft,
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akin Pictures Seilin Acis, Editing Copy
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local merchants were W, Pohl-
rzian advertising staff member, D
Shank, assistarit business man-
ager, and L Dancey advertising
Cropping the last picture for the 1965 Narcissus are
Louimp Schini, assistant editor, and Donna Winn, editor-
Working in cooperation with
l-lull, photographer, T Rockwell, ny,
buiint:-as manager, M Murphy,
advc-rtrzing manager, I, King. l
fr.-ziiistant advertising manager, L
Accepted into the national Iournalism honorary, Quill
and Scroll, are Row 1: L. Schini, I. Hoffman, C, Clinga-
man M. Murphy, S. Cattin S. Hilgeman, C. Ioseph.
Row 2: R Westcott, Ci I-fetzner, D. Winn, I. Wheeler, M.
l'fflll.'l'lll'!" I Greenfield, D. Hull.
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Deriving its title from the Greek mythological
tale of tlie youth who falls in love with his re-
flection in a pool, the Narcissus photographical-
ly captured slude-nt reflections for future gener-
Section editcrs carried out the task of re-
cording accurately the various activities in-
volved in each phase of life at PHS. These
editors invented new picture ideas, cropped
photographs, wrote copy, and composed head-
lines to wind up each section of the book.
As editors created new picture ideas, photo-
graphers made these abstract plans realities.
Not only did photographers work with editors,
but also with business staff members, who ar-
ranged for the financing of the yearbook by
contacting merchants to purchase advertise-
ments in the book.
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Homeroom 210 combed the school for Narcissus col-
lections again this year. Members include: Row l:
D Gable, B, McKinley, L. Kreh, P. Miller, O. Brinclle,
M Murphy, R Iackson, Row 2: I DeLawter, L. Richter,
M Childers, P. Olson, S Clark, R. Sparks, D. Richards
Row 32 l Brownlee, I. Hahn, B. Grant I Kreutzer, I
Toepfc-r, L Miller. M. Velander. Row 4: D. Scott, S
Baldwin I Iackson R. Hoppe, M Eikenberry, K. Day,
L Morguion, D Weidernan, T Lee
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