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Staff Members Produced Their Book
Editing the 1964 Narcissus Ure: Row 1: Susan Ccrttiri, CO-Senior edrtorg Hermit Bxxrxtwli C: S-"11::' exffi
Clmgomoiri, Uriderclotss editor. Row 2: Icme Hottmari, Clcissroom oditoig Mnrmriri XXxit:E1xfe C:-5:14.
Becker, Style editor. Row 3: Pot Hc1rtIeroQdCo-Index editor, Ioy Iohrisori, Co-Index editor, tclzri Gifs?
itorg Motrty Doucette, Assistant Sports editor.
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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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"Winding Up Another NYeaMgj75 The End
1-is each revolution of string is wound on a ball,
the ball grows larger and firmer, so with each
passing day, PHS students shaped a more per-
fectly rounded ball as they were "Winding Up
Another Year." Most of the efforts to shape a bet-
ter year are recorded in this book, which could not
have been published without the assistance of
We want to thank our entire staff for all of the
work and time they put into the book. We also
extend our appreciation and thanks to Mr. Charles
Mueller of Ropkey Engraving Company who ad-
vised us in layout and design, to Mr. and Mrs,
William Manmiller of the Peru Sentinel Printing
Company who supervised the setting of our copyg
and to Mr. lack Bundy of S. K. Smith Company
who helped us select our cover. Very special
thanks to Mr. Earl Winters, our compositor, whose
patience and determination helped us to have
Printed by the Peru Sentinel Printing Company, Inc.
Engravings by the Ropkey Engraving Company
Covers by the S. K. Smith Company
Binding by Brock and Rankin, Inc.
Photography by Waltz Studio
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With the year over and the yearbook "Wound Up,"
Louise Schini, Assistant Editor, Miss Azirnow, Faculty
Sponsor, and Donna Winn, Editor-in-Chief reminisce
over the activities and events of 1965 and tidy up the
We thank Mr. Philip Fox and Homeroom 210
for the Wonderful job of handling the circulation
of the yearbook. Our thanks also go to lim
Mitchell for the fine job he did on the art work
for the yearbook. The co-operation We received
from the faculty and Mr. Allmon on "picture
days" was unequaled.
Our good-natured photographer, Mr. lohn
Waltz, could never be thanked enough for the
thousands of trips he made to the school to
snap pictures. Mr. Waltz's jokes eased the
strain of picture-taking.
We also give our warmest thanks to our ad-
visor, Miss Beth Azimow, who helped plan pic-
tures, worked Saturdays with the staff, and
brightened the publications office. We appre-
ciate all her work to help make this book the
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