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Page 102 text:
service with a smile
This year Highland House wrapped up its
sixth successful year with a few changes. The
restaurant was totally redecorated. Patti King
and Judy Cieslik initiated the whole project. A
coat rack was added to the decor, so the
customers had a place to hang their coats instead
of hanging them on the back of their chairs.
The serving schedule also differed this year.
Inst-ead of serving on Tuesdays and Thursdays
and having Soup Day on Wednesdays, Soup Day
was omitted and they served on all three days.
Besides serving the students and adminis-
trators, Highland House also served anyone who
wanted a good meal at the reasonable price of
ninety cents. The hours they served were from
eleven to twelve-thirty.
Mrs. Fisk taught her students good
management, how to prepare the food and the
importance of serving it in a friendly manner.
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Page 101 text:
peles of the future
A sport that grew in popularity at Adams, as well as across the country
this year was Soccer. Participation was good as the Soccer Club had nearly
thirty regular members. Mr. Pazevic, the sponsor had help from President,
Jeff Tombouliam Vice President, Randy Scherer: Treasurer, Aram Kabodian:
and Secretary. Alan Jackson.
The club practiced two and a half hours after school, three days a week.
This time was spent drilling old and new fundamentals, and using what was
learned by splitting up into two teams and playing a game. They also played
well against neighboring schools in non-league scrimmages. It is the hope
of Mr. Pazevic, the club members and the administration that in the I978-79
school year these scrimmages be halted, and Soccer become the next varsity
sport at Adams.
Page 103 text:
Many schools don't have their own
store, yet Adams did. The Amble Inn is
just the place to go if you need school
supplies, or if you just want to buy a
record. They also sell candy. gum.
jerseys. and jackets.
The Amble Inn was sponsored by
Mr. Rosenberg. and run by six seniors
and two juniors. These students
experienced first hand how a Store
operated. Their customers consisted of
the students of Adams. The Amble Inn
was open five days a week during the
After Christmas, the Amble lnn was
robbed. Much of their merchandise was
taken unfortunately, none was
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