Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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Page 42 text:

Freshman Sherri Goodwin types out page out in News Production class, copy for port of her assignment fOr junior Jeff Wolfe takes time out to tolls 1 Beginning Journalism. to other staff members. .l0UllNALIS'l'.' i2Sf.zifs12:L1x:L'S2.2YBy Covering the student has a chance. to and receive constructive criticism. The paper is published by the Peru Tribune. Students go to the Tribune once a month to type in stories ana headlines in the Tribune's computer system. Mr. Robert Bryan from the Tribune takes care of getting the copy to and Peruvian staff members include ROW 1: Kim Chandler, Linda Gebhart, Michelle Peorcy, Alicia Parker, Kim Howard, Kathy Ray, Lynnerre Gapskig ROW 2: Kenneth Jocobsson, Mrs, Marilyn Stratmeier adviser, Jeff Ulery, Jordon Sutton, Jeff Wolfe, Danny Mongosa, and Robbie Ewing, I""" 38-Beginning Journalism and The Peruvian Staff

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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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Editor Jeff Wolfe News Editor Linda Gebhort Assistant News Editor Robbie Ewing Feature Editor Don Mongosa Assistant Feature Editor Kim Howord Sports Editor Jordon Sutton Assistant Sports Editor Jeff Ulery Reporters DJ. Bottle Kim Chandler Lynnette Gapski Kenneth Jacobsson Alicio Parker Michelle Peorcy Kathy Ray Photographers Alicia Parker Michelle Peorcy Cortoonist Dan Mongoso Adviser Mrs. Marilyn Stratmeier Checking layouts and copy to make sure everything fits in Beginning Journalism closs are freshmen Lana Iliff and Potty Velez. Q , 5 ' ga. asm W " 1 ' . X X, six WX. wxk as hx. -f 3 , ,J from the type-Setters, Stgff They also leorn how to wrote stories and had them Bohenkamper soid the members then design Qnd write and count heodlines published in "The reoson she enjoyed class paste up the paper. and how to lay out o page. Peruvian." was because she could be Before a student can become o member of the Peruvion Staff they must complete o yeor of Beginning Journalism. In this class students learn how to write news, feature, and sports stories and editorials. This class covers both newspaper and yearbook material. Also in this class students have the chance for honds on experience in working on the newspoper and yeorbook. A few students Junior Cathy Block soid she took Beginning Journalism becouse she liked to write and was also interested in photography and the organization of the yearbook. Freshman Karen creotive and use her own ideos. She also added that she had the chance to do photography and that was what she liked most. N.. Sophomore Lynnette Gapski edits o story for "The Peruvian" down at the Peru Tribune, ,I Sophomore Lindo Gebhort and junior Kathy Roy paste down the front page of "The Peruvion" during News Production Class. Beginning Journalism and The Peruvion Staff-

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