Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1965

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+1-I ii .S Row 1: M. Pohlman, L, Darby, A. Ash, C, Garrett Row 2: I Hoover, S. Blinn, B Bennett, M. Aukerman, 'lm Thorrxpscn Thompson, I Brownlee Row 3: M, Newman, B Hoover, B. Geberin, I Rody, 'lf Randolph, D Horst, I.. Lane, C Smiley C lfl How C. Greenwald, P Cruea, D Musto I, Helm, R Manifold, C. Cole, M Weller, I Cleveland How 5: B Copeland, H ' 'ta l I-I B Scott, K Kreutzer, V. LeGate, S Messersmith. Noblemen Provided Civic E tertczinment Imagination combined with. talent equals cr Tigerette. Again, the dancing members ol our music department delighted audiences with routines done to a background ot music from Broadway shows. As they created their own steps, the Tigerettes strove to make precision timing their goal. Match- ing costumes to the theme ot the show, the corps was ready to perform with a professional touch. Evidence ot their talent was visible when the girls "Put on the Ritz" in the PHS Rodeo. Adding a linal bit ot beauty, the Majorettes twirled through mud, dust, and snow. Featured attractions tor various shows were Seniors Mary Frances Whitney and Florence Iones, who enter- tained with a Variety ot acts including tire batons. Creating many unique tormations tor their performances are Tigerettes and Majorettes. Bow l: M. Whitney, head Maiorette Row 2: B. Allbritten, I... Iackson. How 3: I, Zerbe, head Tigerette F. Iones, Mayorette, V. Crowden, Bow 4: D. Groat, alternate Tigeretteg M. Wright, alternate Majorette, Fi. Longenecker. Row 5: A. Taylor.

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--3 Concert performers and 'lfC'DlT1gll5llE'li musicians are band Qnernbc-rs Flow 1: F Harrlson, K Iockson, P Bennett, I McKinley. Row 2: C Love B Grant P Mt:Kamey, C1 Manilolj D Iones, S l3lalst1n,C Sw1sher,C Boyer Row 3: S Clark, C Layton, K Miller l Blfl man H lsfexn C Lxniis L We-:ver I Mulrrnx E Thurston It Mzy Row 4: B White l. Snyder S Clark D Keyes G Gamble tjiszmuri S Klegiriwer D l-lardnq D Scott, lvl Bt:-Qgh Row 5: K Benner L Krldlespzrkcr I Mclfzughlzn D Gott E l.l'nl1kirt Duntwn Performing for Athletic Events, Concerts, l l ,lx fl ,, . l' .. - 'iff' I 3 -'X Y' l ffai ' l I , 1 t P 1 ll lt lt l l lt Exhausted from work 'mi strain ot thought are bond ollicers I Helm captmr. D Scott llrst lgeutenant, I. Cleveland, Iunzor r-:rtresia-rttofive G lffdnitold Sophomore representcrtwe D Hari- . in JI student director I Brownlee, manaqer, R Manifold, second lif-ufffrront llissxnz are I Zerb-a Senior reyfresentotive cmd L, Iucx.-on, ht. orizrn .54 An empty stage, solitary practice, concen- tration under an inspiring director-with these tools PHS makes music. From "Salutes to Beet- hoven" to "Put on a Happy Face" the March- ing Tiger Band showed its versatility by enter- taining during half-time at our athletic func- tions. At the annual Christmas and Spring Con- certs, the Noblemen turned to a more serious side with music suited to the occasion. This year the music department changed the formal Christmas scene to a more casual one as stud- ents pertormed, attired in ski sweaters instead of tuxedos and lormals. Along with their dress, the musical atmosphere was festive rather than the traditionally inspirational. This year the Spring Concert was also pre- sented differently. The band staged its perform- ance the second evening of the three-night pro- gram.



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, - Wt. -, .K . I ' " 51' , so i I f- a 1 A . I s 48 .N ' . 1, A' A ri. ifv . f I ul I . , P' 1 1 I "TA ' I' .1 .L i I V Adding u touch ot temtninity to the music department are Row 1: L. Darby, C. Beasley, L. Pope, P. Kilian, S. Bennett, S. Garrison, S. Comertord Row 2: P. Temple, V. Wells, C. Klotz, B. Kennedy, N. White, V. Williams, B. Westcott, K. Miller, B Pugh, Senior representa- tive, M. Childers Row 3: S. Fritz, I. Pattison, I. Garlinghouse, I. Ballard, I. Redmon, B. Ballard, K. Kreutzer, D. Hoover, S. Blinn, P. Bemlce, P. Thorpe, S Sommers, G Fishback, A Horr, Sophomore representative, E. Thurston. Row 4: B. Hoover, W. Pohlman, librarian, A. Shenaman, P. Hartleroad, B Newhouse, I, Rody, Iuntor representativeg P Lauderdale, C. Layton, I.. Wheeler, I Smith, N. Geyer, B. Karowsky, S Rhodes, P. Yentes, P Wilson, prestdentg B. Pugh, N Atkinson, Vice-president. Three Unique Choral Groups Entertained In their first invitational performance of th.e sea- son, Choir and Swing Choir members bombarded Bunker I-lill Air Force Base with a barrage ot Broadway show tunes and patriotic numbers. Dashing from engagements at club meetings to crowded church basements, Swing Choir mem- bers readily accepted their civic responsibilities. The PHS entertainers chose the customary dinner jackets tor the male members and a con- trasting black chitton dress tor the girls Dur- ing the jam-packed season, members made harrowing split second changes trorn formal at- tire to traditional robes when both the Choir and Swing Choir participated in a dual per- N formance. Swinging and singing at many engagements are: Row 1: V Crowden, I Berger, N. Smith, D. Buzbee, I, Nelp, B. Weller, D. Harding, B Allbritten. Row 2: K. Kunkle B. Buttington, C Ioreph, T Bocl-:well P Hutt,I Yentes, F. Ior.-3:1 H Manifold I Zerbe n P DQ R ' Attired in lamiltar blue and gold are the PHS choxr Row 1 G Galbraith, S Mtnns Row 2: L. Iackson, l. Arnold, D. Groot I Bow.: l.t Huker How 3: N. Smith A Taylor H Ellis G l'tOf1'i'IF I.t Dor.a.i.:on Row 4:13 Cratt T. Thompson D Keyes I-1 Woo-irutt I Berne: gxcszierit I Helm Senior representative P Cutler

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