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| @ (UAM OF LIFE How does religion affect your life? To some it meant just going to church every Sunday. To others it may have determined everything they did, from school day to work to night life. Still for others, it may have meant nothing. “For me religion is more a way of life than anything else,” commented senior Kim Rowley. For some people, religion set the pace for their life; it determined the decisions they made and or the values they set for themselves. Rowley added, ‘‘My religion is a base, a standard for many of my values.”’ “Religion affects my decisions; at least if it doesn’t it should!’’ commented junior Top Left: TWO POINTS. Fellowship for Christian Athletes (F.C.A.) members play some basketball before their weekly meeting, where they got together and shared their religious beliefs. Bottom Left: SINGING OUT. Members of the Messengers gospel singing group Steve Buchele, Steve Meyers, Liz Triplett, and Cathy Christopher practice after school. Bottom Center: LEARNING TOGETHER. A Mormon Church youth group met weekly to learn about their church's beliefs. Right: READING UP. Louise Johnson relaxes in her home reading her Bible lessons. Beth Herriott. Others used their religion to give them strength when nothing else would. " Religion guides me many times when lm searching for answers,” said senior Mark Apt. Senior Louise Johnson said, ‘‘My religion is 2 great comfort and 2 practical help to me. It teaches me what I’m here for and why; | LOVE IT!” Religion 81
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Upper Right: EAVESDROPPING. Irma (Sue Finnemore) gazes at the prospectors' meeting. Lower Right: BEST-LAID PLANS. Corporation president Tom Johnson describes his plan for finding oil to the Broker (Peter Tipton) and the Baron (Tim Haviland). Below: TEA TIME. Mme. Constance (Erin Lundgren) discusses plans for the disposal of the villlans with the other madwomen. 32 Spring Pla y
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