Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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M W I if-..J"" J home bosketboll game :nd took them out for Jizzo. We olso sponsored o fery successful dance," explained senior Dove Williams, member of fellowship of Christion Athletes. Sponsor Mr. Nevil odded, 'We try to do ot leost one :ommunity service prcject J yeor. This yeor the club ,ponsored o foculty Josketboll benefit game for he Peru Speciol Olympics. 'he club olso tries to hove o :or wosh ond o dance." Sophomore member 5reg Green called the lellowship of Christian kthletes, also known os JCA, on excellent club to be 1. He soid, "I om proud to 4 lll- be o member." "lf on othlete in grades ten, eleven, or twelve wonts to join FCA, they ore welcomed. You con tolk to Mr. Jim Nevil or Mr. Mike Byron our club sponsors," soidjunior Lewis Dennis, member of FCA. unior Radio Club ' member Jim Grady soid, "Every week on Tuesdoy during seventh period the Radio Club chooses onnouncers, discusses techniques ond speciol effects, leorns to run o sound boord ond also chooses songs to use throughout the week." The secretory of the club sophomore Kay Nichols r soid, "There hos not been ony other octivities yet, but we hope there will be next yeor." Freshmon member Jenny Shorpnock soid, "To join Radio Club o student hos to come to o meeting ond tolk to an officer or our sponsor Mr. Lorry Strotmeier. " Mr. Strotmeier soid, "It is like Ieorning to run o rodio show." The equipment in the studio is from on old rodio station. "The moin otgect is to teoch young people how to speak to o group in o cleor distinct voice. lt is o Ieorning experience," soid senior member of Radio Club Randy Bronomon. Radio Club members include: ROW 1.- secreranf Kay Nichols, Dani Nichols, Angie Guillaume, ROW 2: Tim Graf Karyle Schmidt, Amy Hall, Kim Hobson,- ROW 3: Randy Branaman, sponsor Mr. Larry Srrarmeier, James Parrerr, technical advisor Robert Earhart, vice president Tom Grate, president David Virek, Jim Grady, and Jenny Sharp- nack, norpictured. Junior guys ham it up for the camera ar the FCA dance. Reading the announcements is part af freshman Karyle Schmidfsjob as a Radio Club member. 2 ' 515 FCA, Radio Club, Teens for Christ-

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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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1981-62 Marching Tiger Band members include: ROW 1: Michelle Russell, Sarah Rudkin, Tim Bailey, Robin Kirk, Kevin Worl, Chris Anderson, Cheryl George, Jim Conger, Mike Kehler, Lonny Townsend, Jamie Morecraft, Kirk Mooney, Tracey Overley, Yolanda Klein, Jeff Douglass, Dennis Cassel, Michelle Bandar, Barbara Buttree, Vikie K ubiak, Brenda Austin, ROW 2: Gerry Fluette, Angie Stevens, Paul Ray, Monica Townsend, Linda Creager, Amy Ploss, Debbie Davis, Melissa Bell, Brenda Marquis, Beth Crockett, Amy Hall, Cindy Malott, Michelle Buntin, Heidi Newhouse, Lisa Reibly, Bobbie Hawkins, Elizabeth Bowles, Julie Graham, Barb Ousley, MaryAnn Steenbarger, ROW 3: Michelle Sandbakken, Stacie Seifried, Carol Wicker, Debbie Raber, Angie Guillaume, Mark Thompson, Liann Norman Pierce, Dwayne Johnson, David Scott, Kenny Hetzler, K aree Branaman, Tammy Casselp ROW 4: Phil Davis, John Benedict, Randy Branaman, Dani Nichols, Michelle Jarding, Rich Andrews, K othy Barker, Laura Nordenbrock, Karyl Schmidt, Kim McMahon, Henrietta Bales, Tony Peters, David Vitek, Kay Nichols, Tom Grate, Tim Graf, Steve Downing, Jeff Worden, Johnston, Ron Jones, Brent White, Kim Jim Labmrecht,- ROW 5: Bev Royal, Minnick, Kim Coleman, Tony Nero, Yvonne Grimmett, Kim Case, Trudy Ewer, Kerri Hentgen, Melissa Ross, Julie Cox, Rosalee Miller, Troy Srapleton, Jon Baker, Jim Grady, Angie Grady, Betsy 3 Thomas, Kathy Lees, Stacy Hobbs, Lori 1 Carpenter, Leah Catanzaro, ROW 6: l Sherrie Gaunt, CherylMooney, Kim Richardson, Libby Edgerley, Cindy Hunt, Deanna Williams, Amy Klosterman, Andrea Hoover, Michelle Warder, Kim Orpurt, Tammy Chillcutt, and Teresa Wells. s S if 5 During the school year of 1981-1982, 106 students were members of the Peru PEIIFURMANCE i'li.'1E2hs2LLi2:di12SiLz . to play or learn haw to Musical educahon P'OY0 bQnd'nS'fUf'?enf- One of the band s activities was performing at all the home football games. They also performed at concerts, parades, and graduation. Mr. Robert Urbani, band director, said the band does not compete with bands from other school. Competition usually involves learning one routine and four songs. The Tiger band used different routines and songs for each ..A.M? , Trying to encourage spirit at a pep .41 ., Sophomore Dwayne Johnson and session, the brass section ofthe bond ffemmon Kenny Hefzlef perform of Q L gives it all they've got. football game during half-time. -Band and Jazz band

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