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Page 88 text:
This was the second year that we had
the Literary Magazine at Adams. They
were hard workers and picked topics from
scratch and pulled together to form some
This was an after school activity
consisting of seven dedicated students.
They were Libby Geist, Sue DeMent, Kelly
King, Kevin King, Diane Cavallero, Beth
Ringle. and Kelly Evans. Mr. Freeman
sponsored this club.
Hopefully, in the future, more
students will want to write and publish
works in the Literary Magazine. As Mr.
Freeman said, "It's a creative reIease."
Page 87 text:
Front Rowtltok D Hulverson C Sorenson C Fox A. Whitcher A
Row: M J Natale T Pedrotty R Jacobsen Mrs Mastovicligl.
l. Marcoff .I Evans Third Row: M Cary B Cary T Dillon. M.
extra! extra! read all about it!
The school newspaper, "Under the Kilt". upheld its reputation of being informative
and interesting for the ninth consecutive year.
Mrs. Mastovich sponsored the twenty-three students. Tom Johnson took on the
responsibility of being Editor-in-Chief and did a fine job. News editor Carol Strayer.
Feature editor Ann Glaser, Editorial editor Lisa Marcoff, and This and That editor Sue
Miertl, put a lot of time and effort into each edition.
Subscriptions were sold in the beginning of the year in order to give the paper a
working budget and to let them know exactly how many copies they had to have printed
each time. This proved to be a much easier system to work with.
The students had the satisfaction that they put together their own works for the
whole student body to enjoy.
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Page 89 text:
all the world's
a stage . . .
The Thespian Society was hard at
work again this year presenting dramatic
productions for all to enjoy.
With Miss Gibson and Mr. Lentz, the
students learned the secrets behind the
The dessert theatre comedy. "Don't
Drink the Water", would have made
original writer, Woody Allen, proud.
The second production, "Anne of a
Thousand Days", was successfully
presented in February.
Since the Thespian Society began at
Adams in I975, it has become a popular
and active club.
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