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Page 89 text:
Seniors "Wind Up"
Taking advantage ot an opportunity to leave school
e-arly are Pam McComas and Linda Kreh. Seniors who
had cr iirst or sixth period study hall could be released
from school during these hours,
Checking the list ol graduating Seniors is Vicki Crow-
den, class secretary, as Clo Giver, treasurer, holds or
graduation robe for Terry Rockwell, president, and lerry
Yentes, vice-president, to examine,
Progressing from quesy Sophomores to conti-
dent Seniors in three short years, the memories ot
events iloated back to Seniors on graduation day.
The atter-school cakes, the class meetings, the
crowded halls, the tough tests-all minds paused
momentarily on these thoughts before racing tor-
ward to tuture plans:
Seeing their names appear on the tirst honor
roll during their Sophomore year, reading their
opinions in the polls tor the Peruvian, choosing
their class rings, and selecting their representa-
tives were a thrill as Sophomores. Their iirst Rc-
deo performance was a smash, how grand their
names looked on the programsl But the months
evolved rapidly, and they soon anticipated tinish-
ing their tirst years at PHS and beginning their
High School Years
- f s.-..ggs..,, -
As Iuniors they worried about the future: Iobs
and college entrance exams were not tar ar .-.' ay.
The musical "Bye, Bye Birdie" climaxed their
social events. To redeem class averages, they
studied harder tor good grades and enrolled in
As Seniors at last, many thought they Qian
reached the pinnacle oi lite: but they socri
found that they had only conquered the its.
ioothill. As the coveted Senior cords were
tucked away and the souveniers were glued izt
the scrapbooks, the Seniors completed three
years ot high school lite. On the tlireslisld c.
new adventure and a new lite the Sezticrs
iinished "Winding Up Another Year etli-1"
last year at Pl-lS.
Page 88 text:
Faculty Offered Advice, Ideas to Help
qv Rector, Herschel L. B.S., M.S.
lrlitjna UY.l'.'2Y.7llQ' lnnzuna State Umverr'
I 4 Senor Clam Spionsor, Droitmg
9, 5' f-0 ,
,f U Ilobmson, Mary C.
Sti-cretary to Sfhztl w
V Rose. lean B. A.B.
g" lflixrihali Urt1'.'er:1',
l7Te'iiEi Cl',1lf' Ffilffff
flute, Ben L. A.B., M.S.
Del3Lt.L'.'J Ur'112'er.f.:t'j lflilllfll Unt'.'e:'.1itg'
lfattcfal Honor Society Math Club Tick-3'
lklanagf-r,A.'1ft Prtnngizl Algebra
Schuckel, Ronald H. B.S.
Ball State Untversity Butler Uni'.'ersit','
l-lrftory Club, l-li.stor'j Cnovernnient.
Smucker, Linda L. B.S.
'M' Kerit State Uz':i'.'er.slt','
luziu:-r Y-Teens, Sophomore Class Spin-
Typpnrr, Shorthand Frlzrig
Spanclau, Albert O. B.S., M.S.
l-lano'.'er College, Purjue University Ball
Athletic Dtrector Senior Class Sponsor,
Student Counctl, Socloloay Czoverrxrrpent
Stone, Donald T. A.B., M.S.
Mancheeter College Puroue Urnverstty, C-ll
sl Student Ccurictl Serrtor Class Sponsor
ut" Trlaonometr',', Algebra Lau-.'
Sullivan, Mary A. 13.5.
Ball State Ul'll't'i'Y5llQ'
G A A, Pepettef Cheer ner Super'vi.f
Taylor, Wayne F. B.S.
lndzana State Teachers College
Art Club Gtrla' League Ar'
Secretary to the School Suce.mtenae:"
Welcome, Charles D. B.S.
Ball State U:1it.'er.s1t'g
Boyz: l.e-'rqwe Asst Football Coach
Safety, Drivers Ejucattcri
Peru High School lost a fine teacher Iuly, 1964 with the
death ot Miss Elizabeth Riclenour Clettl. Miss Riclenour
taught geometry and sponsored Future Teachers ot Amer-
ica and the hmtor Class Another teacher, Mrs. Alma Zeta-
ler, trtghtt, died lune. IQN. Mrs. Zeigler taught history
and llnctllih at Peru She 1-:as active in many school and
Page 90 text:
Speech, Music, Sports Trophies Added
3 Ahnert, Ianet I: Commercial Course
l 54", lrjlllfi' :4 l.,:t: 'i' ss
l Amos, Phillip A. Industrial course
1 lr.3..si1.:1 C.uh 3-1 5:71 L2:gue Q F 4 Ha-Y ff
Armstrong, Carolyn M. Home Economics Course
'v'9lee:.5 fl rl.
Arnold, Lony I. College Entrance Course
Girls League QQ 'I'-Teens Q 3 4 Pres. LQ
Belles Q3 Choir 4 GAA Q S 4 Pepetfes lf 3,4 Nar-
cissus Collector 4 Fla' Har. Si: 4 Rodeo C345
Ashby. D. Mac College Entrance Course
Latin Club 3,4 Rodeo 4- Math Club 3 4 Tennis 2 3 4:
Noon League 2,344 Boys League ieg LZ, H1-Y 2
Ashley, Dearl Ir. Industrial Course
Atkinson, Nancy I. College Entrance Course
GAA 2,34 Rec.-Sec. 3 Pres. 45 Rodeo 2,3 4g lr.-Sr.
Play 45 Tri-M 345 Belles LI,3,4,V1ce-Pres. 45 Pepete
Baldwin, Sam L. Industrial Course
lndustrlal Club 4: Narcissus Colle-:for 4.
Bates, Pamela S. Commercial Course
Llbrary Asst, 34- Lzbrdrg' Club E4
Beck. Nancy A. College Entrance Course
Y-Teens 23,47 GAA 2.35 flat. Hon. Soc. 345 Belles
23,45 FTA 4, Trl-N ff 3 44 Pepefes I 3 4
Behny, Lois A. Commercial Course
GAA 2, Pepettes 23
Benner, Kristi L. Commercial Course
Band 23,4 Trl-M 34,
Berger, Iames L. Art Course
Art Club 23,4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3 Pres. 4, Noi, Hon.
Soc. 3,4 Rodeo 3.4: lf-'STA 933' 34: Choir 2,3,4.
Pres. 4 Swing Choir 3 4.
Bessignano, Timothy L. Industrial Course
lndzistrzol Club 3,4 Noon League L3 45 Latin Club
3g Track 3.
Blaski, Norbert A. College Entrance Course
lrocl: Q34 Football 34- P-Club 4 Noon Leaaue
.T 3 4,
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