Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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Noticing "The Wolf at the Door," freshman Jenny 5harpnack, junior Rose Miller, and sophomore Scott Moon watch junior Jeff Wolfe carefully. Skipping onward, sophomore Michelle Peorcy approaches her grandmothers house where junior Jeff Wolfe waits patiently in "The Little Girl andthe Wolf. " ACT ONE The Night the Bed Fell The Wolf at the Door The Unicorn in the Garden The Little Girl and the Wolf If Grant Had Been Drinking at Appomattox Casual of the Keys The Macbeth Murder Mystery The Last Flower Taking the role ofa police officer, freshman Brent White prepares to take freshman K aryle Schmidt to an insane asylum when she swears to have seen "The Unicorn in the Garden. " Trying to get the point across, freshman Amy Hall explains to sophomore Tim Graf "The MacBeth Murder Mystery, " 9-JJ , M Expressing herself. freshman Dani Nichols . reads a poem she has rewritten in "Take Q Her Up Tenderly. " Determination is written on the faces of junior Jeff Wolfe and Gene Ray, and on sophomore Tim Graf as they try to fly through a storm in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. " All-School Play-2 1

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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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A Tigs win Sectionals he 1981-82 athletic accomplishments were on the "above average" side this year. Three teams, girls' varsity basketball, boys' varsity basketball, and girls' intermediate gymnastics, were able to capture Sectional Crowns for the school. The girls' varsity basketball team ended their regular season with a record of 7-11. Then they went on to the Sectionals to beat Pioneer in the first game, 45-42. The second Peru victory was against Cass, 86-30. ln the final game of the Sectionals, Peru once again came out victorious over Logansport, 41-89. The Tigers advanced to the Kokomo Regionals, but were defeated in the first game by Kokomo with a score of C34-47. Ending their regular season with an 8-11 record, the boys' varsity basketball team went into the Logansport Sectionals with the hopes of being crowned Sectional champs. Their hopes were turned into reality after beating Lewis Cass in the first game with a score of 80-64, Logansport in the second Members of the 1982 girls' gymnastics team that advanced ro the Regionals are Vicki Fisher, Kerri Hentgen, Robyn Ridenour, and Jamie Fry. Senior Willie Burt looks for assistance during the championship game against M h th L t aconaqua at e oganspor Sectionals. Peru won, 78-70. Senior Jon Reibly makes sure that he is under the rim to get the rebound during the championship game against Maconaquah, 22-Sectionals game, 69-67, and the school rival, Maconaquah, in the final game, 78-70. When the mighty Tigers were escorted back to Peru from the Sectionals, they brought with them the Sectional crown, which really topped the whole year off. The Tigers were paired off with the Huntington Vikings in the first game of the Marion Regionals, but were defeated by a score of 72-61. The intermediate level of the girls' gymnastics team finished a perfect season with an 8-0 record. They too went to the Sectionals with high hopes. The lady Tigers went in and all gave excellent performances. After the scores were tallied and the results posted, the Tigs learned that they had captured a Sectional crown too. The gymnasts earned a score of 97.05 which was way ahead of the second place team. Having just one team win a Sectional in one year is a glory in itself. But having three teams win a Sectional in just one year is A HARD ACT TO FOLLOW! ' .... . my 5

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