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Dances liven up, add traditions October 20, Spanish Candy ' s maracas filled the gym as Homecoming ' 79 came to an end. Many sophomores overcame their shyness and made an appearance at the dance. Queen and king, Mary Fran Fazio and John Izzol- ena, reigned over the evening. I he Christmas Dance is always a hit. and this one was no exception. I he dress was to be informal, but turned out exotic. Music was a mixture of disco, pop, and an occasional slow tune, provided by disc jockeys from KIOA- K 1(,K. Sweetheart, which turns the tables on the dating scene, was held February 23. The Last Shades of Dawn played their way to the hearts of many dance goers and was invited back for Senior Prom. The Drake Olmsted Center became the new site for Senior Prom, held April 11. Prom is usually a time to go all out with a rented limousine, top hat. and tails, which isn ' t an unusual occurence.
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1. (.uest speakers Brian True and Brian (laumer, who Here Home- coming Royalty in 1977, offer words of wisdom to students during coronation. 2. Swing Choir members Jill Andreas, Sam Hastie, Julie Hope, and Jeff Noble perform Got to Get You into My Life at corona- tion. 3. Homecoming Court consists of Jeff Donahoo, Eric Abbott, Maryfran Fazio, Lauri Anderson, Jennifer Adams, Cor Cady, Jill Niffenegger, Jeff Fronk, John Izzolena, and Sandy II off (not pictured) 4. Courtesy of Bud Mulcahy, Sandy Hoff and Jill Niffenegger get a jeep ride during court presentation before the game. 5. Hagtwirler captain Tami Soda announces raffle winner of the autographed Homecoming football. 6. Ace Hendricks portrays Chuck Barry during the faculty presentation of The Gong Show. 7. " Burrito Brother " Gary McClana- han jumps for glass of water as Sue Keeney, Ted I .e eren , Brenda Vivone, Craig Clapper, VI Benson, and Ace Hendricks await the land- ing. 8. Vast amounts of confetti are dumped onto the rambunctious students during Homecoming pep assembly. 9. Drill I earn finishes their performance of Here Comes The Night during spirit-loaded pep assem- bly. 10. Bob Harper displays cake from cheerleaders as football Cap- tains Todd Dalrymple, Steve Vasey, and Dave Corsche contemplate how to get the entire cake for themselws. Homecoming 13
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1. Sweethearts and Men of the Year! Senior Jeff Fronk and Yvette Riewer, Juniors Neil Fraser and Tammy Rice and Sophomores Dave Lemons and Mary Marturello. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Da e Turnball brush up on the tango. 3. " Hollywood, here we come! " Caroline (.erdes, Lmily Jones, Linda Crimes and Mary Russo clown around after the Christmas Dance. 4. Mr. Charlie Stover takes a minute to get Dave Matson ready for the camera. 5. Members of Rails Club prepare for the Sweetheart Dance. 6. Tammy Rice and Julie .ilium ham it up at a party after the dance. 7. Both teachers and students enjoy a quiet moment at the dance. Dances 15
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