Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1965

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i Showing their geography class where their Stuffed nlncrediblel It tastes de-liciousl" says student Donna animals would live if they were alive are Vicki Catey, Winn to Mr. Edwards, CYIGIHISTFY 1Y15Yf'lCiOYf '33 - Diane Shannon, and Carol Mattox. SCUUDIQS C1 Chemicfll COUCOCUOU- And Science: A World of Discoveries A puif of smo-ke, cr pungent odor, and or re- sounding boom were trademarks of PHS sci- ence classes. Physics, chemistry, and geogra- phy offered a thorough study of the earth sciences. Physics and its principles are as old as the ancient pyramids and yet as new as tomorrow's discoveries, An understanding of the physical laws governing the earth was tackled by high school physicists, Energy, work, power, light, and various aspects of sound were included in its main divisions. Student chemists were concerned with basic elements and their use. Balancing equations, once seemingly impossible, was soon simply another step in solving problems. Lab exercises gave pupils the opportunity to see in detail the composition of substances and transformations they underwent. Even though geography was quite different from the other two earth sciences offered, it, too, was an important phase of science. Topo- graphies, climates, and the geographic los cations of the worlds countries were covered in a comprehensive course. Although precession of a bicycle wheel seems very elementary to Mr. Dice, Don Kyees thinks perhaps the real explanation might be a bit more secondary. .29. IS s Q1

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cs, Patiently describing the use of a geometric figure, Mats Velander hopes Nancy Geyer remembers his ex- planation, Math: World of As she view." the lT.lI'lCCXff' tztf,-pa of a math problem, cy Iohnxcn 'rifle-r-1 new she will ever get tcmorrowj i..':'i'.rrte , Intense concentration is re-vcraled by Betsy 'Westcott If Tries To re-rn' mber exactly what two parallel lirpfp are, Candy Beaslfiy wait.: ez-:pectarttly for the cor- rect iinf'-.'f-r, .28. X we According to Webster, mathematics is a sci- ence of relations between quantities, magni- tudes and operations, To those who studied math, however, it meant an interesting, com- plex, and challenging world of symbols, figures, and theories. Mathemetical-minded students were offered Courses in plane and solid geometry, algebra, :md trigonometry. These studies offered prac- tice in organized thought, careful computation, and correct conclusion. Students artistic tal- ents were tested in geometry classes as they constructed three dimensional figures. PHS mathematicians found their computat- ional knowledge applicable in many phases of learning, including physics, chemistry, and drafting. Because of its increasing importance in everyday life, math is often correctly called a key to the future. Symbols, Theorems Ar' im' if ti



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"""Xi 5 ! t t 1964 X21 li 15. egg. YL,' Wai" IM fzf -3 "You'll be sorry, you rnale youl" cries Mina Murphy to Mike Eikenberry as they depict a family quarrel. Meanwhile, sociology students Barby and Becky Pugh know the right solution to this situation must be somewhere in their books History Classes Brought Past to Life l i l l I r Explaining cz .'a:rig,le ballot to the clara.: are Carol Bayer irnd lffirk McKee- 11: they prffyiarfi the material to gn To fb .fcgitiyrzore aiii junior clara: rrieznloerg. . 30 . The complex system oi trade and commerce was revealed to studenls in business law and salesrnanship. Business courses prepared boys and girls alike for futures as secretaries, ac- countants, or salesmen, .Beginning tyiiists found it diiticult not to look at the keyboard, but afier the tirst few agoniz- ina weeks they become more accomplished in speed and accurc cy, Tlie wcrld oi coininercial enterprise Q1-iisscd in :tiiniaturc in PHS business clcwzsog. A musing Vivre 'Wiitfcin here: tiiiir .-Tcgrie day his picture will be with those ci this United States pres- ide-nti. ff-9.5.51 7- l,S .,, w "'- ' X fs- 3. s.,-'Y I 3

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