Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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Before the bell rlngs, students in Miss Margaret Toliver's American Literature class unwind. Junior Cheryl George takes time out from doing her Junior Comp. homework to daydream. Junior John Ireland takes some time for himself at the end of his class. Ill XLECT Learn lhe fundamentals Mr. Phillip Fox looks on while his Writing Lab class works individually. The English courses offered try to prepare students for the role they will have in life. To be able to communicate properly, one must learn the fundamentals. As freshmen, students take basic grammar and English Literature. 36-English While listening to a speech in Junior Literature class, junior Todd Radel pays close attention. Sophomores and juniors must complete one semester each of grammar, speech, and literature. Junior Composition, Etymology, Writing Lab, and American Literature are some other classes offered. News Production and Yearbook

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V L . he proper way to speak to speech and want more said Mr. Larry Stratmeier, n audience. They also experience could join the Drama teacher. arn different types of Speech Team. Students study and peeches such as Once a student has practice every possible ,nformative and earned 25 points they are aspect of the stage such as, demonstrative. They also then members of the stage lighting, costuming, do poetry and prose and National Forensic League. make-up theory and hey also do a television 1 xposing students to application, stage commercial that they write L the mechanics of properties, publicity and set themselves. producing a play is construction. Students who enjoy the purpose of Drama class, ln Drama Club students ,po 1. X rg - tl. Vi assist in the production of the Rodeo, All-School play, and the Christmas play. By working in a play either on or off stage a student earns points and once they have earned 10 points they become a member of the International Thespion Society. Drama Club members include ROW 1: Randy Branaman, Brent White, Tim Graf Scott Moon, Steve Townsend,- ROW 2: Diana Billings, Carol Wicker, Beverly Royal, Dani Nichols, Karee Branaman, Hazel McCoy, Laura Herzler, Margaret Weaver, Barbara Ousley, RO W 3: Mr. Larry Stratmeier sponsor, Cherri Clemons, Karyl Bosse, Marilyn Rygiec, Debbie Raber, Malinda Mongosa, Rose Miller, Amy Hall, Kay Nichols, Andrea Hull, Jenny Sharpnack, Anna Holland and Rebecca Piatt. Thespion members include ROW 1: Steve Townsend Randy Branaman, Beverly Royal, Dani Nichols, Koree Branaman, Laura Herzler, ROW 2: Mr, Larry Stratmeier sponsor, Marilyn Rygiec, Malinda Mongosa, Tim Graf Rose Miller, Kay Nichols, and Barbara Ousley. A , L 'X Mr. Larry Stratmeier watches as senior Building sets for me Alpgchool play i5 ' Mike Boswell and other students put All-School Play. the finishing touches on the sets for the senior Drama student Jeff North. Speech and Drama-35



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Freshmen English students learn discipline as they listen to a class Students in Mr. Shuey's English class lecture. take advantage of some free time. Production give full credit to those wishing to work on the Peruvian and Narcissus staffs. The system of English taught offers a variety of areas. Writing, speaking, reoding, and thinking are experienced in grammar, speech, literature, and ,ff awk 4 liz f ,j . . .. 'wi composition classes. Three years of English are required to graduate. When asked if more should be required, junior Lori Hoover said, "I think three required years of English is enough because the college bound student can take more if he wants, and ... . 3, .M those not planning on going to college don't have to take a year that they might not need." Mr. Phillip Fox, English Department chairman said, "People who have problems in English may benefit from four years, but for many students three , . 3 .,,. A P. . K.. 'ws-.-c,sf'f A part of Junior Literature class is giving speeches as demonstrated by junior David Snyder. Senior Monroe Alfrey prepares his assignments before class, years is sufficient." The other English teachers are Mr. Larry Stratmeier, Mrs. Marilyn Stratmeier, Mr. Michael Byron, Mrs. Sally Hiatt, Miss Margaret Toliver, Miss Pamela Hiquet, and Mr. Bill Shuey. English-37

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