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.survived the-biizzordsslof '82 All county
schools were closed ot Ieost ten times ond '
Peruiot numerous times wos issued o snow nl I
emergency oy the Chief of Police,.Mr. i +
Cory DoWolt. During the snowstorms, most
np.. county r odsgwere drifted shut ond o lot of '
city streets hod ice-covered spots thot u I
mode driving hozordous. Gver 55 inches
of snow wos recorded onthe ground ond c I c
record temperatures of below zero were
broken. During the first week of February, i - isir r
flood wornings were issued for Peru ond y
other cities along the Wobosh River. i t
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'EQ' ii 'EH Q'1hL2 55+ fy-'55 Q
. Lastjyecit, theschool administration
added six Apple computers to the
Qfficegandscamputer science classes. .
The cost forthe machines was
is 542,000 and was taken from the .
I holding company when the school
was built. The office camputersdo s
such jobs as processing letters, making
, I attendance reports, and listing ,
students on various items. The school
heating system is also controlled by a
computer and tries to keep each
room at 68 degrees. ,
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On November 4, 1981, the Peru Foundry on gilll .
State Road 19 burst into flames.2.All fire en Enesz5gssi4A.fQ,'.
from Peru, Oakdale, Amboy and South Peru
stations were called tofight the ,blazeg A.ll,tliire + ,,lf ysig, if
personnel from the Bunker Hill and Grissom Air
Force Basestations were calleclta take aizerl
Peru stations. As the fire spread,l a section of the!
foundry containing chemicals ceughrgifite
produced toxic fumes that clouded the air. A Q
Bystandersiwere lsi.f orced
and west sections across from the fQCl'Ol'YQi'7
Among theigbyst ndegssat the l.,,.s lliii i it
newscasters from all the networks. Fireman
damage was in the millions,
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Page 22 text:
Paying the bargain price of one
dollar, senior Sherry Jones gives the
ticket seller her hard-earned buck so
she can see a movie
Curing their late night munchres
juniors Amy Wilson Cheryl
Mooney and Kecla Redman chow
down on a delicious thick and
Getting ready for the big game these
sophomores show their spirit for the
team in hopes that they will capture
another victory to make the weekend
Sophomore Tracey Wolfe stirs up a pot
of chili for her friends at one of the
many slumber ponies that take place
on a Friday or Saturday night
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