Peru High School - Narcissus Yearbook (Peru, IN)

 - Class of 1982

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Sophomore Alan Kirk answers the telephone as he helps out in the office. Passing time while working in the library is freshman Juowano Hinton. ,sss "' A change that has The library helpers check affected the whole school books and magazines in as well as the procedures in and out, shelve books, and 1 1 1 'I' v 1 1 the library are the new l.D. run errands. "We usually I L L L I 1 L cards. The cards serve as a pick helpers by asking the pass into the library, and study hall teachers for ' students need these passes suggestions or interview ' Qiudenxts ald to check out books. Study prospects," said Miss Susan hall students can choose to Armstrong, librarian. use the library any two In working in the A-V days out of the week. Department, the students Library helpers Include Denice Pearce, A Shelly Poorman, Cindy Hunt, Jamie Seitter, Dee Dee Hughes, Ternia Turpen, Jody Rothermel, Heidi Wright, and Robyn Ridenour. , files: 45 ' 62-A.V., Library and Office Helpers

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H esident of the German Club Hazel cCoy conducts a meeting. 1,1 ave picnics and dinner arties where they taste ifferent recipes from panish-speaking ountries." There are also money waking projects such as elling advent calendars at Ihristmas and working the oncession stands said Miss oliver, German sponsor. .Ji 'Q' .. f K sv, 1 iii y , ,fi W My li "'i i',i ' iii-I . ' German Club members Include ROW 1: Diana Billings, Laura Walters, David Mitchell, secretary Louanno Musall, president Hazel McCoy, vice president .lim Grady, Kun Pogueg ROW 2: Kem Maris, Jim Panther, Joe Tully, treasurer Members ofthe Spanish Club sit and Tim Graf and Jon Faust, talk before a meeting. Louanna Musall, sophomore member of the German Club shares Ideas about coming events. Tracey Andrews and Dennls Graham, members of the Spanish Club, compete In a Spanish game. Senior German Club member David Mitchell said, "More people should join because being in the club has been both fun and educational." The meetings are fairly simple. Sophomore Jon Faust added, "You just generally have a good time." I ho's Who in Foreign Language is a special honor society for students in foreign language classes. The members are chosen on the recommendation of their teacher. "These students must make excellent grades and do good work," explained Who's Who in Foreign Language member Andrea Disbro, freshman. Students in German, French and Spanish classes are eligible for membership. Foreign Language Clubs-6 1



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,udio Visual helpers include ROW 1: enny Hetzler, Allen Willis, Robert brhart, Dave Fullmer, Jeff Burokerg Typing attendance is just one of the OW 2: Dave Vitek, Tom Grate, Adrian many jobs senior Allen Willis does as an ann, and Mr. Paul Buroker, sponsor. office helper. , . K 'pg ,rel I .- I 'Q 1' '9' 1 I ..,.. 1 aceive working credit plus iey may have idependent study credit om the English epartment. If they have n outstanding record Mr. aul Buroker, Director of ledia Systems, will provide rem with special letters of acommendation. Students are chosen by signing up on his or her study hall time and also if they show desire to learn about the center. A lot of outside time is spent on various productions, and something to do with my free time," said sophomore Jeff Williams. The office helpers run passes, answer the telephones, and get homework assignments for some students do not want students who are sick. to do this," said Mr. Buroker. "l enjoy working in the The office usually uses one or two helpers per period. "We usually select office because it gives me someone from study hall. lt needs to be a student who makes fairly good grades and has demonstrated that they are dependable and can be trusted," said Mrs. Sue Hobbs, guidance counselor. Office helpers include ROW 11 Melanie Bacon, Stacey Ashbaugh, Cindy Lang, Sue Fenimore, Judy Hopper, Kelly Ross, lina Malden, Teresa DeLawter,- ROW 2: Tracy Overly, Beth Crockett, Julie Cox, Suzie Orr, Cheryl George, Mary Stout, Tammy Easterday, Jenny Sharpnack, Regina Ryderg ROW 3: Dave Stanton, Allen Willis, Phil Van Baalen, James Parrett, Nathan Hofii Jeff Williams, Reggie Ryder, Alon Kirk, Mark Mooney, and Jim Moon. in - l l A.V., Library and Office Helpers-63 1

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