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"Where is that last note?" Linda Dahl hopefully awaits
one final "umpa" from Ron Moffat's tuba.
Musicians experienced more than one change
during the year, Their concerts were er.t1re.j.'
different from the traditional prograrrrrg of the
past. At yuletide the atmosphere was Caspian
the Christmas story unique, The Spring Corrce
was divided into two separate everrgrig pres
sentaticns, one choral, the other irifgtruriehtal
For the first time in many years, the rrxis
department traveled to music contests throught'
out the state. The Belles, Swing Choir, Choa,
and Band performed at many civic function
statewide and local.
The Tri-State Music Festival provided an
portunity for evaluation of other musical groups,
An invitational contest at Ball State Urrivereitj
proved both beneficial and enjoyable.
The Stage for Talent
Awaiting approval of the Belles dresses, Mr. Noble proudly shows a new gown to Patty Wilson and Pam Yentes as
the rest of the Belles watch.
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Intense concentration is evident as lim Mitchell
shapes clay into a pottery bowl.
Music and art have been major ways of ex-
pressing mans feelings since his beginning on
earth. PHS art classes did not draw cave etch-
ings, ncr did the music department sing Greek
chants yet they continued forms of expression
as old as the worlds people,
lt was not difficult to find the art room-the
paintings, drawings, and sculptures were cer-
tain giveaways. The art department provided
attractive scenery for cur plays, rodeos, and
Art students perfected their creative skills
through study and practice. Student artists
learned the techniques of silk screening, cera-
mics, arid oil painting.
Creative Arts Set
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a steady hand is necessary to perfect fine details.
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Publishing the Peruvian can be both tun and educational for those taking print shop. Greg Hall, lim Hahn
Sam Baldwin and Dennis Weideman adiust the paper while learning to operate the presses,
Handicrafts Taught Future Traclesmen
For those who planned occupations in var-
ious vocational trades, acquiring skills in wood-
working, drafting, printing, and machine oper-
ation loegan with courses at PHS. These practi-
cal arts courses provided experience in the
mechanical aspects ct industry
The clack and clatter oi PHS presses print'
ing the school paper meant a new issue what
all the press ' To the printing classes, however,
this sound sjfmlaoliged a week or more ol work
settinii tjfiie, printing copy, and running presse
es. Arprentice printers set headlines and
rrinted ivafses, programs, and attendance slips.
lfliich rriritingi 1 f.ff its done for the iuniar high, in-
Cllldlflil the stiiiply ot report cards and if-ass
Boys in metal shop classes learned the uses
at the drill rrf' t.r- s, metal lathe, and grinders ln
the process all welding they used hath the arc
Welder and the welding torch, Finished pro-
ducts in metal classes included scrilaers,
punches, and tack hammers.
Using CI machine is :so much easier than cleaning
ani repairing it.: intricate part.: final lan Williams and
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