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Page 7 text:
We 've come a long way
Dairy Becomes Alief, Students
Travel to Nearby Districts
The Alief community has come a long
way from the 1890's town that was
informed that it must change its name,
Dairy, in order to obtain postal service so
that it would not be confused with the
town of Daisy.
In 1935, Alief gained the benefit of
electricity and by 1940 the town had
grown to a total population of 150.
ln 1934, 90 first through seventh
graders were taught in a three story
building. At the same time, high school
In 1934, 90 first through seven th graders
were taught in a three story building.
ln its early stages of development, this
producing and dairy farming
was faced with drainage
that were eventually improved
the digging of Braes Bayou.
ce ierce an stu en s. eac ers ay
rp gave a speech Fletcher iStephensonJ and
enrollment had declined so that the few
remaining high school students had to be
bussed to HISD and Ft. Bend ISD
Senior Cheerleaders Julie
Johnson, Leslie Lawless,
Diane Shrout, Camille Brown
and Kerri Nlppert and Rocky
Ram Blake Meyers prepare to
leave the Astrodome after the
first Freshman Sale in which they admitted Nancy Malone brought the
teachers. English inferiority to oppressed highest bid at 528.
All P' d d t T h K
disappointing loss to Madis-
on. Julle is wearing a "dome
hat" which was designed by
Industrial Arts teacher Phil
Thomas. Photo by L. Cates
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Math teacher Mrs. Oberthier
declded to express "the real
me" on Halloween. She
dressed as the Bride of
Frankenstien because she
"feels that everyone needs to
let go and just have fun
sometime." Photo by K.
Senior Citizens Cheerleaders
Gary Neal, Charlie Vasquez,
Jeff Price, J.T. Brockman,
Steve Burt, Ray Schmidt, Tim
Moore, Peter White, Mike
Posey and Jorge Gonzalez are
pounced upon by a Junior
Bandits Cheerleader. During
the game, the Seniors
pounced the Juniors 16-6.
Photo by L. Cates
Junlor Eva Brandt is one of the years go by, fewer dress up "have a great timei
thefew students who decided students dress up on dolng lt," said Eva. Photo by!
to dress up on Halloween. As Halloween, but those who do V. Pal 4.
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Junior Sharon Atchinson
" t "o Junior Thein
opera es n
Pham during HOSA's
Haunted House held at West
Oaks Mall. HOSA made S2000
from this fundraising event
to support MADD. Photo byC.
The first Blue Bombers squad
performed at the first Powder
Puff game between the
Sophomores and the Juniors.
After their halftime per-
formance, the Blue Bombers
were assaulted with water
balloons by the cheerleaders.
The Juniors emerged victors
at the end of the game with a
score of 7-6.
Elsik Outgrew Hastings South
Now Future Expansion Needed
ln 1964, state laws were altered stating
that high schools must consist of twelve
grade levels rather than ten. As a result,
high school enrollment increased and in
1964, Alief Junior-Senior High School
Cpresently Alief Middle Schoolb was
opened. In its first year, it housed junior
high school and ninth grade. Each year an
additional grade was added with the first
senior class graduating in 1967.
The original Elsik High School, presently
Hastings South, was opened in 1975 with
a freshman class of 313 students. ln ten
years, Elsik outgrew one building and filled
another to maximum capacity with
almost 3,000 students.
Because Elsik's growth is expected to
continue, construction for new wings on
Elsik's north and west sides is tentatively
scheduled to begin in January, 1986 and
end in the fall of 1987. When the
construction is finished, Elsik is expected
to hold approximately 4,200 students.
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