Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1965

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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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+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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. i. A W ' .. I., , y P .. ff' . ,, l C .. Fi 'A,A' 2 . + 4 ' . t I 1 i 1 Fe ' ' .. 5. N 1 . l. , if . '-- 'iff J ! In . ,, k - ff, A ,: yy to is . , 5 f . f I Row l: I. McKinley, B. Siblisk. Row 2: K. Chase, P, Adamson, D. Petty. Row 3: C. Holy, S. Troyer, D. Smith, R. May, E. Iaclcson. Row 4: P. Bowland, C. Porter, V. Catey, student directory S McM1nn, NI. Beck. !!. rx 11 wfvr l 5 1 1 5 I Hand over hand, music directors Rod Manifold, choir. and Vicki Catey, belles, decide which group will per- form next. Audiences Throughout Community, State Not only did the Choir entertain outside school. lout, also, within, when Mr. Noble presented sea- sonal choral arrangements at the Annual Christ- mas Concert. As the year closed, the Choir as if to say, 'lWe're not through yet," helped produce finances for the Iunior-Senior Prom by presenting the Spring Concert. P W Pale blue brocade dresses with white shoes and gloves characterized the appearance of PHS's entirely female group, the Belles. The group did indeed "Say lt with Music" as it delighted a packed house at the Rodeo. Following the Rodeo, the girls prepared themselves for the Christmas auditorium and other concerts. Row 1: L. Melson, D. Iones, I. Toepler, P. Smith, I. Kreutzer, I. Zerbe, secretary-librarian: C. King B Allbrf'-31. 7..:1.:z' 1:-11:51 '-.' 1 P. Huff. Row Z: L. Morris, C. Ioseph, C. Garrett, C. Cole, K Kunkle, I Hoover, ii Weller ll Gets H l.C!'lf1'f'I'.PflIf'l X' Ciisfiifi P ' V. Dugan. Row 3: D. Harding, G, Boinar, T. Rockwell, manager, R. Mortal! D Bu:b-ee D Got: I Nitiiol S S153 K Done C. Iones. Bow 4: M. Doucette, G. Greenwald, S. Eder, I. Yentes, R. Manifold, student director- D. 'f'liom:'-sox: P. Lzstfrz E9 f Nelp, T. Marburger, T. Randolph, I. Brownlee .57.

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