Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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Some students like to go to a concert on a weekend Tickets are usually bought a few weeks in advance so students can see close-ups of their favorite group One ofthe most eryoyable things a teenager can do on the weekends is sleeping late Freshman Jamie Fry discovers the only difficult thing to do when one sleeps in is to wake up Performing the famous nll on Broadway sophomore Will Ditzler freshmen Lance Mollor Amy Hall Mike Besslgnano and sophomore Mark Carter try to race around their car before the light turns green Chinese fire d ew -Q Weekends' Just the sound of the word sounds refreshing Peru High School students Wh 7 Mainly because there is no school for always look forward to the weekend y another three days The weekend officially starts when the sixth period release bell goes off and hordes of teenagers rush out of the classrooms to smell the fresh air of freedom Usually the commons is filled with students talking to each other to find out what they will be doing on the weekend nights Some guy will make a quick date with a specific girl and some girl will wish she had a date with a certain guy After plans are made students run home and ask their parents for neccessary items like the keys to the family car money for activities or permission to stay out a couple of hours later than usual h e football or basketball game an On weekends students might go to a om afternoon dance or to the movies Others might venture out of town to see a rock concert or to go shopping in a mall and some might spend the weekend with friends ata rty or just cruisin or hanging around Peru Whatever students do on their weekends ld never give up their weekends P0 anyone of them would probably say that they wou 1 t 4 H. ., c r vi ff- , . ' , W as 2 , ' .. . 4 M My W H , 4, A ' W Q 4 Q5 fa 4 ' 4 Q li l ' X ' sl s 1 Weekend Activities

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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 chewy pizza 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 more fun 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 Weekend Activities



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An active east of fourty ggggggpgnggggggggof gives their new approach new opprooch was used for this yeor's All-School Play. Instead of the regular two acts one story play presented in the post, director Lorry Stratmeier decided this yeor to put on a series of comedy skits by the famous American Humorist James,Thurber. The successful All-School Play entitled "A Thurber CornivoI" was brought to life by approximately 40 high school students. When asked his overall ' opinion on the All-School Ploy, Mr. Stratmeier replied "I thought the ploy wos very well paced. There were very few weok ports. Excellent acting! The actors did o very good job." This yeor's cast included Randy Branonman, Tim Graf, Amy Hall, Anno Holland, Sherry Jones, Sondy Lindsey, Brenda Marquis, Scott Maughmer, Hozel McCoy, Rose Miller, Scott Moon, Heidi Newhouse, Doni Nichols, Michelle Peorcy, Gene Roy, Koryle Schmidt, Jenny Sharpnack, Brent White, and Jeff Wolfe. There was also a different opprooch used in some of the individual skits. Slides were used in "The Last Flower," o skit that was bosed upon life building oround o small flower. Slides were also used in "The Pet Department, " o question ond answer show about coring for your animals. Fobles were used as the themes for three skits with satirical plots. "The Wolf at the Door," "The Unicorn in the Garden," and "The Little Girl and the Wolf" all ended with crowd pleasing morals. about "The Night the Bed Fell. " ACT TWO The Pet Department File and Forget Mr. Preble Gets Rid of His Wife Take Her Up Tenderly The Secret Life of Walter Mitty 20 -All-School Play Adjusting his tie properly, senior Scott Moughmer prepares for "The Per Department. " "Oh, please, won'r you come down in the basement with me?" senior Randy Branaman begs junior Rose Miller in the skit, "Mr, Pebble Gets Rid of His Wife. " 4.

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