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1. Under the direction of Mr. John Walker, the Mozart Choir practiced long hours in preparation for their performances. They sang with true harmony. 2. With Darla Lingle as their instructor, the Colonettes spent many hours before school choreographing half-time performances for the upcoming game. 3. Jim Voss and Lewis Rolando practiced hitting during a blocking drill m a routine after school practice. The football team was very dedicated. 4. Working viciously to meet precious deadlines from the printer, the " Vintage " yearbook staff completed another yearbook with Mr. QuiUe advising. 5. Diana Gunther and Claudia Schmidt rehearsed a scene for the pro- duction " The Curious Savage " put on by the Drama Department in the winter of 1980. 6. The banner and flag team was seen training each morning before school by people who passed by Citron Ave. They prepared for many performances. INTRODUCTION
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Anahi ' s Colony expanded again Exciting for all students of Anaheim was the event of incoming freshmen which has marked a new beginning of a four-year high school. Not since 1954 has the Colony accomodated students of the ninth grade nor has there been such increased enrollment along with the expansion of the faculty and non-certificated personnel. Yet freshmen were not excluded from the privi- leges they would have received from a junior high. All frosh, combined with sophomores, were able to participate in athletic events, and the frosh cheer- leaders gave their class and Anaheim the extra spirit needed to raise Colonist pride. Many new classes were offered to freshmen that they might not have gained exposure to except from a high school experience. Mr. John Walker has previously instructed a guitar class but never before with this large dimension. Anaheim ' s sudden enlargement has had several advantages. The most important one being the valuable opportunity to meet more students from a wide variety of backgrounds and for Colonists to make new and everlasting friendships while here. 1. One of the largest classes on campus was Mr. Walker ' s beginning guitar class. Instructing forty pupils was a challenge but they found music enjoyable. 2. A view of Anaheim High School is shown before the earthquake of 1933 destroyed it. At that time, just as today, the Colony was a four year school. 3. Reconstructed during the mid-thirties. the revised addition of main building stands on the same ground as the old Colony but with sturdier foundation. 4. During freshmen orientation, the new frosh Colonettes made their first appearance and gave their class a warm welcome to our proud Colonist Campus. 5. It took some getting used to. but students adjusted well to the packed lunch lines and overall crowded atmosphere, due to increased enrollment. INTRODUCTION-?
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Energy devoted toward practice Dedication, practice, and hard work were again prevalent at Anaheim High in 1981. The active Mozart Choir had numerous activities to raise funds for their outfits, and their excitmg trip to Hawaii in the spring. They also devoted many hours to practicing which made them a fine choral group. The Colonettes in their second year of exis- tence started practice in the summer so that they might represent Anaheim well. They encouraged spirit, pride, traditions and again arranged pep as- semblies for the returning and incoming Colonists. The Colony football squad began practice and conditioning in the spring of 1980. They spent long, tiresome hours preparing to vie for the Freeway League championship. The " Vintage " yearbook staff devoted much time and service to finishing another memorable yearbook. Drama students practiced many hours in preparation for their fine productions. The Colonist band woke up early to practice during the cold, blustry mornings on the athletic field in preparation for competitions and performances. This was also true of the banner and flag girls. Great dedication was displayed by the academi- cally inclined students working diligently toward educational goals that will determine their future lives. The Anaheim Student Council was actively engaged in planning events. So, the students at Anaheim were again the dedicated people in ' 81. lNTR0DUCT10 -9
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