Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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to keep warm in classrooms, and when out of class many tudents spent their time haking extra money by hoveling walks or riding heir snowmobiles. Despite the cold mperatures and the eep mounds of snow, the iris' varsity basketball am the boys' varsity team, and the intermediate team oil kept in and won their These victories to create a sense of pride the students and When the snow finally melt, a threat of prevailed, no one had to to school. But on 3 a tornado touched L., down in the downtown area of Peru, and was followed by a freak snowstorm two days later that closed school doors once more. Spring finally came and seniors began to realize that their big day wasjust around the corner. As plans for college were made and dreams were being fulfilled, the year came to an end. The day rolled around when the class of '82 walked through the doors of PHS for the last time before they entered the world to create a new life for themselves. When looking back on this year, everyone should always remomber one thing: through thick and thin, we were A HARD ACT TO FOLLOW! .- Rising out of his coffin, business teacher Mr, James Ne vil gives a frightening look to the 1981 Rodeo audience during the teachers skit. 'LZ 2' A -Qs 'l A, After o tornado touched down inthe downtown area of Peru, clean-up began immediately. Here, senior Joe Maxwell clears debris from the sidewalk in front of Wrighfs Grocery Store on South Broadway. Taking time out for a slow dance at the Morp are senior Louanna Whitaker and her date, Joe Torrez. On "Summer Fun Day," sophomore Amy Klosterman shows her school spirit by wearing her summer clothes. Closing- 1

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Hanging above the upper commons area, the class of1981's gift to the school reminds students of the many accomplishments PHS has conquered. Forming a "F-l-G-H-T" pyramid, the varsity cheerleaders finish completing their cheer to boost spirit during o home basketball game, Yelllng "We got a team going all the way,"junior Cheryl Mooney shouts out ra the football team in hopes of another victory. 1 76-Closing ' tjf5..,,,..,,,. V U .I , K z ' r " ' Liww -..M an K . Q ,xc . ,V J- year came to an end, students began to realize how fast the year had gone by. The length between Homecoming and graduation only seemed like a couple of days. lt seemed weird that once, the senior varsity players were scoring points to beat Blackford during Homecoming, and what seemed like the very next day, they were walking down the aisle with diplomas in their hands. The freshman class was very happy that the school year came to an end, because they were always being picked on. Now that the school year is over, they probably can't wait to pick on next year's freshmen. Sophomores proved to every class, juniors especially, that they existed. All year, sophomores andjuniors competed for top honors during pep-sessions. , -.V-I-My .11 .- -X g i .K ,,, , H K " 1 .mn-M35 '7lIfz:fQl:- ii, .. M' Juniors had thoughts of being seniors in one more year. Not only did the juniors compete with the sophomores, but they also struggled for recognition with the seniors for school superiority. As the year came closer to graduation though, everyone realized the senior class was receiving the most attention. After all, they were the class that was graduating from high school. Even though the individual classes competec with each other all year, they pulled together as onf unit when needed. Withor. the students' school spirit during sports, those many sectional titles might have never been. With all of the individual class and school accomplishments students have conquered, anyone can be proud to say that the 1981-62 school year v be A HARD ACT TO FOLLOW.

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