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Page 74 text:
Some of the students get together on Senior Hall for a little gossip before classes begin. Lucky Wroniewicz and Jimmy Goode con¬ verse as Sonny Tarpley, with Pete Conner helping, tries to sell Judy Young a ticket. Steve Green seems left out as Donna Byrd and Cheryl Carroll discuss their similar necklaces. These students enjoy taking a stroll around the halls before homeroom period.
Page 73 text:
Mrs. Smith’s Room: FIRST ROW, Left to Right, Linda Neal, Dawn N ester, Margaret Turner, Sue Zirkle, Patsy Lovern, Betty Austin, Judy Aldhizer, Madeline Gearheart, Glenna Howery, Bonnie Burnette, Carolyn Johnson. SECOND ROW, Mrs. H. G. Smith, Jr., Arthur Foley, James Wright, Carole Crowder, Belma Falin, Sharon Sisson, Bonnie McCormick, Pauline McLaurin, Beverley Coleman, Nancy Dunn. THIRD ROW, Duane Ingram, Daniel Wheeling, Billy Harris, Clifton Hodges, Billy Radford, Jerome Plaster, John Ryder, Wayne Sweeney, Dickey Sisson. FOURTH ROW, James McCoy, Gary Roop, Jackie Walters, Glenn Braswell, Robert Pruitt, Dwight Franklin. Mrs. Verna’s Room: FIRST ROW, Left to Right, Dayle Young, Sandra Staley, Nora Belle Nunnery, Sharon Goad, Sharon Dearing, Michael Agee, Nancy Brawner, Robert Kennedy, David Howard, David Garst, Milton Reich, Steve Cromer. SECOND ROW, Russell Harris, Arlene Frith, Anne Williams, Paula Larson, Brenda Combs, Jerald Worley, Rosemary Hash, Gail Rowell, John Clark, Harvey Lemon, John Lamonde. THIRD ROW, Damson Shrews¬ bury, Tommy Anderson, Cecil Hines, James Crouse, Ronnie Windel, R onnie Coakley, Nardi Nelson, Wayne Powers, Nancy Martin, Brenda Huff, Mrs. Verna. 69
Page 75 text:
As we scurry from classroom to classroom in our daily routine here at Andrew Lewis, seldom do we realize that we are participating in what is the main purpose of our play. Little do we notice the wide range of subjects that we take during our high school career. Right before our very eyes we have everything from algebra to physics, Eng¬ lish to physical education — yes, and even study hall. Since the real reason that we have a high school at all is to obtain an education, it is only fitting that we present this very important aspect of our drama. Therefore, we now spotlight a aS5e
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