Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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V T Some other business :losses offered are Beginning Bookkeeping, Personal Finance, and Business Math which are taught by Mr. Wallace Bosse. Mr. Ron Qualls teaches Introduction to Business and fsecordkeeping. The fourth pusiness teacher is Mr. James Nevil. He teaches Advanced Bookkeeping, Beginning Typing and Personal Finance. Personal Finance is a class offered to seniors only which is designed to inform students on the practical things they will face later in life. Approximately 50 percent of the seniors take this class. Many areas of life are covered. Senior Mia Moudy said, "My favorite unit was on planning a wedding because it really opened my eyes a lot, and it was fun." Mr. Nevil said, "lt's a great classp the students like it " A,,,,,f::l- .o4a"""x f 1-M ,-A l Ms. Breoding feels that one year of typing should be required for every student. Junior Robyn Ridenour agrees, "Typing would be a good requirement because it isn't used in business exclusively. " Senior Carol Thorpe works on her accounting assignment with the aid of the adding machine. Business teacher Ms. Penny Breoding delivers a lecture to her class. by I A typewriter, stenographer's notebook, and pen are just three of the tools used in many business classes. Mr. James Nevil helps senior Denise Fanr while junior Robyn Ridenour looks on. Business-4 1

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ZN'l'Elll'llL'E Venture into business Everyone must prepare for his life after high school. Business classes may hold an opportunity or an answer for some. According to Ms. Penny Breading, "Business is preparation for the world of work in an office situation." The classes Ms. Breading teaches, During Office Practice class junior In General Business class freshman Jeff Melayna Futrell can be found seriously Patton reads his assignment, concentrating on her work. X During accounting classjunlor Laura Working on her Business Math Nordenbrock assists classmate Rachel assignment is senior Tracey Jackson. Meives. Beginning and Advanced Typing, Beginning Shorthand, and Office Practice, are usually taken by secretarial students. These and other students who will need these skills in their occupations receive adequate preparation to gain entry into ajob if it is available. V , ,uw 40-Business SN



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Fellowship of Christian Athletes members include: ROW 1: Kirk Durham, Jordan Sutton, Jon Reibly, Kyle Brodie, Danny Wingard, Trent Jones, ROW 2: Rod Schram, Charlie Walker, Tim Jackson, Jeff Wolfe, Jim Hoover, Jeff Sweeney, Lewis Dennis, Bob Claw, Todd Kinney, ROW 3: sponsor Mr. Jim Nevil, Jim Moon, Greg Green, Pete Gillies, Jerry Richardson, Dave Williams, Mark Mooney, Bob Reyes, Mike Ward, and sponsor Mr. Mike Byron. Mrs Janice Nowling prepares for a Teens for Christ meeting by reviewing some papers. Teens for Christ members include: ROW 1: Ms. Linda Zumbrum, Mrs. Janice Nowling, Brian Mathis, Kim Shupperd, Margaret Weaver, Rose Miller, Mark Stout, ROW 2: Mary Stout, Barbara Ousley, Malinda Mongosa, and Lora Shannon. I "Teens for Christ is a new name for the Bible Club which has been active at Peru High School since sometime before 1974. Students have continued to want the Bible study and fellowship opportunity," explained Teens for Christ M' L' d ENTIIUCI XCTIC W' Q We have meetings every week on STU de nls in louc h Wednesday," said Kim Shupperd sophomore member of Teens for Christ. Mary Stout also a sophomore member added, "You mayjoin Teens for Christ by coming to the club meetings. Anyone is welcome to come and there is no requirements or attendance policies." Mark Stout a freshman member said, "There are no officers but our sponsors are Mrs. Janice Nowling ana Miss Linda Zumbrun." Mark also said, "Usually at the meetings we share problems, praises, and learn about the Bible." "This year we went to Miller's Merry Manor and sang songs and Bible verses. That was something we all enjoyed," said junior member Brian Mathis. "We sponsored a Christmas gift exchange for ten underprivileged children. of the Peru Community. We took fifteen underprivileged children to 42 -FCA, Radio Club, Teens for Christ

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