Arkansas School for the Blind - Titan Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)

 - Class of 1986

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Contents Opening Section Administration Faculty In Memoriam Classes Organizations Favorites Athletics Special Events People Arkansas' State Capitol THE TITAN 1986 Arkansas School For The Blind Little Rock, Arkansas Arkansas celebrates its sesquicentennial in 1986. The prefix "sesqui-" means one-and-a-half, so the state is one-and-a-half hundred years old. ASB is proud to be part of such a great state, and this volume is dedicated to Arkansas' continued success. 1985-86 AT ASB Many changes have occurred in Arkansas' 150-year history, and the school has had its share, many in just the past year: new superintendent, new principal, several new teachers and students, new roofs, equipment, funiture, and paint, teacher- testing, and new state standards. The world outside our premises has evolved, too: the U. S. a debtor nation for the first time, largest national deficit, terrorism, explosion of the shuttle Challenger with the first teacher aboard, and a make-believe bombing of the Capitol for a movie, which seemed all too real. Memories of '86 may reflect the best and worst of times, but they are our times. K 544 KN EF ii 11,11 1 -is 4, i ,,,f..----' 1.4 M1 sb . 65' if 4, :fi 4 3. ,, R445 I 'gi Sl 'lr-T'-1'--"' If Nj a:i,,gfZ4f"f 1 1' wh 5 ,-ff V wwf' , ,, ' ff ' f X ff 1 W s if f If fm fi"-N. N an -vw f- ,vm 1 xlhk --11, -i..i-1-1-1-1:1 six 1 ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION BOARD of TRUSTEES L to R Race Drakeg Ida Stuartg Henry Wilkinson, Cnairrnang Roy Kumpeg A. K. Junkin. SUPERINTENDENT Leonard Ogburn Jim Hill Secondary Principal Nell O'Neal Exceptional Unit Principal Bob Brasher Outreach Program Donna Hunt Vocational Director Ray Stewart Horne Life Director at if ,vm ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF Pat Haynie, Accounting Supervisor 1 Barbara Cole, Dietitian lib, Bill Simkins, Maintenance I Supervisor Joetta Duke, Medical C Supervisor K 4 D if XR X5 .-.. K , James Nunnley, Purchasing I l Officer Coy Winberly, Administrative , Assistant Teny Gibbs, Business Controller Sandy Hubbard, Personnel Officer ., Tina Maxey, Bookkeeper John Morriss, Bookkeeper ,.i. I A Nw X i"- A A Faye Suitt, Secretary 1 A ix X Cynthia Campbell, Secretary A ,R Annette Aley, Secretary Nancy Dell, Clerk-Typist ,e OUTREACH PROGRAM, Below right, clockwise: Don Moore, Barbara Raines, Kelly Sweatt, Bob Brasher, Cindy Lester, Ken Jewell, Joan Rabjohn, Angyln Young, Judy Lucius, Brenda Helms, Bonnie Smith, Jimmy Jones, Bette Parker, Janie Humphries 329' W. . J . 'Q' if if NNN Jogathon f ' ' M 7 1 STAFF 1 4 X SSS N5 4 5 it iss W 5 I ,gf i-3 E W Q . W f' .E wg v vt X' .1 ,I ' W I K 1 - :"...-Hu Q H W H I I - I 352' 'quail MEDICAL I-I mu M . . W H? , F , fj.,f1zf',:'3,t 'Aff ,,, 4':' , , rl ' FTWWM ,,, , . I . f w ... E, f W -l Q, . ,, I A ,,,,,,,. , i: A y 1 ' A V, 4? " ., 'g, 'I VAA "" e ,W 2 ' 'Q ' 1 ,ff I , M. . is ix - , U ' " 'il '9 . ,Ai .2 MAINTENANCE MEDICAL, LtoR: East, Hulett, Turbyfill, Sadler, Murray MAINTENANCE, clockwise: Blakesley, Holt, Shelton, D. Waymack, Lindsey, Ramsey, J. Murry, Stroud, Simkins, Ellis, Morriss, Folsom, Stone, R. Waymack, Jackson, P. Murry HOME LIFE, Top to bottom, LtoR: Strozyk, Schilders, Robison, Haw- kins, Black, Wallace, Taylor, Hopkins, Lawson, Bolden, Currenton, Pifer, Young, Grand, Nooner, Jones, Dziga, Ramsey, Wood, Massey, Haynes, McGuire, Decker, Stolhdrier, Grisham, Morris, Stewart FOOD SERVICE, Top to bottom, LtoR: Eskridge, Marshall, Poole, Ezue, Flowers, J. Shelton, Maxwell, Gilliam, Camberlen, Johnson, Hooks, Goins, Pace, Fonville, Martin, Thomas, L. Shelton, Eskew, Cole, Rodgers -4? s HOME LIFE , 6 I FOOD SERVICE , had nf 5' iz We , 3 pl W ,hx V 4' 9, E ,Q A Wm, x ,. wg 3 ' "', ' e 2 " 2 A H A ' V 5 , Teachers cram for Basic Skills Test i FCLTY gif Jiri, Virginia Battles Upper Elementary Marcia Benz Exceptional Unit Jeanne Boyce Music, Choir Valeri Boyce Aide Jeanne Brasher Exceptional Unit Lou Butcher Resource Boom Kathy Chambers Primary Searcy Ewell Band, Music Ken Fowler Physical Education Judy Freeman Preschool Lois Gregory Mobility Lu Ann Hale Physical Education Jeff Hankins Industrial Arts Paul Hartness Vocational Martha Hill Aide Jeanette Horton Counselor iffy- A V ffl H if I b .,,, ,,,,.,,, 57 7 E 'z 5 2 wi' f "r -i f y arr y r U.. if 4- 2-, If hm, l r V an ,,,, I ,,,,.z will iii Q?" we Marilyn Johnson Upper Elementary Earnestine Jones Exceptional Unit Barbara Kemp Upper Elementary Susan Loesch Librarian Margaret Martin English Margaret McDonald O. T. Aide Jeanne McGraw Braille Carolyn Nash Kindergarten Fioy Nash Elementary Lead Teacher Gloria O'Dell Psychologist Trudy Pace Primary Steve Parker Exceptional Unit we ip. J ",- , 1 ,', 1 2 ' ' ' i iii . 5 g Y 1 MW, riff 4' 3? ff y I 7 1, if f Q V' 4 ff ' f sirist . if , J f f 5 jf, y 2 4 W Pat Reinhardt Science Judy Scott Piano Tuning Jean Simkins Primary Joan Simms Mobility Betty Squires Mathematics Ken Tuiios Sociai Studies Linda Tuiios Aide Diana Volderig English, Spanish Heiena Ward Exceptionai Unit Mary Weeks Exceptional Unit Betty Wiikes TYDWQ Biii Wiiiiarns Exceptionai Unit FACULTY 5' r v Ks 'N X' im N i, ct Q Qt . , X X X it s is X1 Q A , if . .. , - fy i ,t h . yi' - 1 sexi V ' ttf N - i it 1- 1 X K 'Y Q i J, ,,. sativa RY xv. ,F r, it ef if I1 'Q XS CJ Ruth Wise Library Tech. Asst. Frances Woods Aide Diane Wooliy Home Economics fn si 1 rf' i My Q t 4 7' .16 Joyce Tullos Ogburn Joyce Ogburn grew up in a large family in Cabot, Arkansas, attending public schools until high school when she first came to the Arkansas School for the Blind. After graduating from ASB in 1956, she attended college and received her bachelor's degree from the University of Central Arkansas. The next year she began teaching visually impaired children in a resource room of the St. Louis County School District in Missouri. In July 1962 Joyce married former ASB classmate, Leonard Ogburn, currently superintendent of the school, and they both accepted teaching assignments at the Virginia School for the Blind at Staunton tor the following fall. While in Virginia, Joyce earned a master's degree in special education for the visually impaired. She also became a mother in October 1966 when Lee Ann was born. ln the fall of 1971 the family returned to Arkansas and ASB with Joyce teaching in the primary grades until 1984 when she became resource teacher for the secondary school. Joyce was an active member in the Association for Education of the Visually Handicapped and had a national reputation in her field as an excellent teacher and resource person. ' Her love of children was evident to anyone who had the opportunity to observe her with her students. No amount of extra effort was too much for her to give them. Her interest in each one continued as he progressed through school. How fortunate are those students whose first impression of school was shaped by Mrs. Ogburn. Her death on July 7, 1985, was a great loss to the school, her friends, and especially her family. Joyce's attitude toward life is well summarized in these words of Emily Dickinson: lf I can stop one heart from breaking, l shall not live in vaing lf I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain, Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, l shall not live in vain. Two others with close ties to ASB died in the past year. Bernice Grantham, a former teacher who retired in 1974, died January 2, 1986, and Randy Hendricks, a former Parent-Teacher Council president, whose son Chad is a student at the school, died May 12, 1985. A fund was established last summer in memory of Joyce and Randy. The collection will be used to provide a playground especially designed for our elementary students. Wwwxm R 6 ix -1-L.. H Q 4 A0 . M ,gn , ... V WL' fi f"'i ii? ig? 1246 iff! un. ,I-wr ,W W9 aw Ii il 222 ig: .1 N ""'-I 1 CLASSES wwf' i, ww wi? xi? I .f CALVIN EUGENE BANKS, Clarendon TRACY G. BENNETT, Wynne ROBERT DONAVON BROWN, Fouke TIMOTHY MICHAEL CURTIN, Perrin, Texas ROY WESLEY DEPRIEST, Mablevale JANET MARIE FERGUSON, Little ROCK NITA SHERYL KIZER, CauIkSviIIe 1 HAROLD W. LINDSEY, Fort Smith JERRY DUNN PARKER, Waldron RICHARD PAYNE, Hampton GAYLA ROSE POTTER, Mablevale DEBORAH LYNN TUCKER, EI Dorado JIM REEVES WHITE, Beebe SENIORS W '14 2 Richard uses the thermoform. Uh-oh! Jogging along The Get-Along Gang SENIOR HONDRS AND AWARDS CALVIN: Key Club, CCE, Vice president, BEP, Track, Wrestling, Swim Team Drama Class, Choir. TRACY: Band, Choir, Radio Club, Secretary, Key Club CCE, Goalball. DONNIE: Wrestling, Track, Goalball, Beep Baseball, Key Club Parliamentarian, Chaplain, Student Council, Vice president, CCE. HASKELL CCE, BEP, Poster Contest Winner, Choir. TIM: Band, Choir, Wrestling, Track Goalball, Football, Beep Baseball, Key Club, CCE, President, Parliamentarian Class President, Radio Club, Biggest Flirt, Wittiest. ROY: Student Council, Presi- dent, Key Club, Secretary, Chaplain, CCE, Wrestling, Most Improved Award Track, Goalball, Band, Choir, Close-up, Governor's School, Science Award Math Award, Outstanding Student Award, Mu Alpha Theta, FBLA, Class Presi- dent. JANET: Key Club, CCE, Choir, Track, Swim Team, Goalball, Cheerleader Dormitory Award, Biggest Flirt. NITA: Homecoming Queen, Student Council CCE, Library Club, Vice president, Track, Swim Team, Goalball. HAROLD: Wres Track, Swim Team. JIM: CCE. tling, Track, Goalball, Beep Baseball, Swim Team Choir Class Vice presl dent, Treasurer, Key Club, CCE, Treasurer Homecoming Court JERRY CCE, Key Club. RICHARD: Wrestling, Track Goalball CCE Key Club President, Mobility Award, Braillewriter Award GAYLA CCE President Reporter, Choir, Band, Cheerleader, Library Club President Vice presi dent, Student Council, President, Most Popular Best Citizen Homecoming Maid, Miss ASB. DEBBlE:Homecoming Queen Library Club Key Club CCE, Vice president, English Award, Piano Award Choir Cheerleader JUNIORS Tauny Alexander Doug Aspey Eric Bruce Michael Fowler Herman Garrett Shell Green Danny Howell Shelly Thompson SOPHOMORES Robby Fagan LaDonna Hinton Dale Hudson Tim Leet Verkita Marks Trina Nixon Leslie Overman Terry Powell Larry Thacker I a vp are if I sk A ' X -.,sg fs ff' i ,..... .f if ya, Ra A . 3 :Q'liX?l1YiEZflt--'i' 7 .r. . Ag .A 1 'xg 'r N Ay ' K ' . 3 '- Q v 5 5- 3 To -5 ' :E . 1 , 1 FFIESHMEN Dennis Condry Nella Foster Kevin Hudson Michelle Lilly Austin McGowan Donald Nixon Marc Ragland Mary Rose Donna Yarbrough EIGHTH GRADE Tammy Chaffin Tina Cox Sean Culbertson Carla Futrell Carlo Green Melvin Neer Michael Saxton Ronnie Warren f be 0 A J, xx ef X A , 7 ,Kamik 2 -F if . , M W 22 is S ,. N. K? f J- i ff' - kk : 'Q' M ,X we so xx , wi s W0 X N N X Q Q: N .A E, N . us.. ,QQ-... K.. . -: x Ns . , L-.f . A i x i X N KK is s 4 -.f is s .,. g ,,:. ,. v if . 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Q , X PY' -ww Matthew Bailey Bobby Duhon Matt Ezell Kimberly Hulsey Patrick Nixon Brent Philpot Sherry Simmons Dawn Smith Richard Strickland Candle Wilson FIFTH GRADE Paula Pettengill Leon Tidwell Mark Titus ml i FOURTH GRADE R fi: E ti X .- it , A .4- we .M - .W K., K. . ,K isnt Kathy Betts Charles Dent Otis Green Jimmy Kellensworth Daryl King Elizabeth Whitaker Courtney Williams l l l 27 AK PRIMARY Mrs. Simkins' Class Bert Alexander Clifford Baird Nicole Barnes Malcolm Coulter Rhonda Herring Jimmy Hunt Jason Moore Bobby Newman Wendy Walston 'TNQ Q fl in v' ik Vxfk ig . PWMARY Mrs. Pace's Clas su Q ssiiif f...,:,f. v S ,, S . . s ...... A M . we .. .. so .. -fy' r mwqg- ,bfffsfs--1 - -fm .5 f 'kk, 5531 1' i isii - - J -. ' X J A J' 'Pi j- X i s if 'P w 5' .. --an ,. N .ug ,, X - x X, f qx fx fre, , 71 .Qs -N N, .-Q ,. . , a - 4 - . 1 g j :cgi I' . N it J K i ' K if ,gm t N 0 51 v . , , Gi i Larry Bailey James Haney Jennifer McQuerry Casey Roberts PHMARY Mrs. Chambers' Class K . ,Q wif N. 'uf' .I Mark Hayes Jennifer Jones Krissy MCG-Iothlin Shannon York Zo J KINDERGARTEN Donnie Bourisaw Sammy Deffenbaugh Rossico Dotson Alex Jackson Derick Rogers K, , , f,'l I SA N22 3, PnEsoHooL riff m , Margaret Berry Chad King Cicely Williams ,sf-mag,-2 'N,-G'-Q-"ff-",9 f Y or ? F I! was l -'l six l ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT COUNCIL COUNCIL, L to R: Gayla Pot- ter, Sheree Hunt, Verkita Marks, Mr. Moore, Richard Payne, Eric Bruce, Nella Fos- ter. CCE CCE, L to R: 1st row: Payne, Potter Yarbrough, Foster, Hunter, Del Priest, Bennett, Woods. 2nd row: Rodgers, McGowan, Rose, Burks, Alexander, Marks, Tucker, Jones. 3rd row: Blagg, Lilly, Culbertson, Cox, Powell, Hunt, T. Nixon, Lind- se Mrs. Green. 4th row: Brown Y, . Mr. Hartness, Cook, Green, Fowler, Bevill, Curtin, Kizer, Howell, Fergu son. 5th row: Leet, Condry, D. Nix on, Ragland, Hudson, Neer. .. me .QM .Mm . , ---- .. , ...,Q:E5z2L""" Fm , - . C. ' ."' :ffl-5. .., ' ssl- .V . 1 . S z.. 1'l23'N1' 2' ' i"'E5'ZEQ'5"':. 'fir-1-1 :fn J .sf KEY CLUB L to R, lst row: Harold Lindsey, Robby Fagan, Verkita Marks, Richard Payne, Tauny Alexander, Eric Bruce, Debbie Tucker. 2nd row: Calvin Banks, Leslie Overman, Tim Curtin, Haskell Burks, Mary Rose, Regina Rosson Donnie Brown, Lori Hunter, Roy DePriest, Tracy Bennett. AMATEUR RADIO CLUB L to R: Brian Mahan iKA5THXl, Mr. Williams QKFSDFJ, Roy DePriest, Tracy Bennett lKA5RKVl, Melvin Neer, Ron Lynch QKASPOGJ, Brady Cook, Doug Bevill, Tim Leet KKASRQOJ, Marc Ragland, Emil Mackey iKA5PGl l, 'V W., MQ LIBRARY CLUB 1. Book Week Program 2. Kim at the card catalog 3. Calvin checks it out. 4. Christmas party 5. Asleep on the job 6. L to R: Marc Ragland, Eric Bruce, Sheree Hunt, Terry Powell, Nita Kizer, Kevin Hudson, Stephanie Hubbard, Nella Foster, Gayla Potter, Miss Loesch. :f"'! 1 2 6 l Vs SWT? - H t .Q yds Q - W -ewwee tif 1 t BAND L to R: Tim Curtin, Michael Saxton, Ronnie Warren, Richard Payne, Eric Bruce, Donnie Brown, Michelle Lilly, Tracy Bennett, William Harri- son, Carlo Green, Shell Green, Mr. Ewell, Gayla Potter, Regina Ros- son, Terry Powell CHOF L to R, lst row: Regina Rosson, Verkita Marks, Janet Ferguson, Leslie Overman, Debbie Tucker, Trina Nixon, Carla Futrell, LaDonna Hinton, Tammy Chaffin, Mrs. Boyce. 2nd row: Susie Elmore, Shelly Thomp- son, Judy Scott, Tauny Alexander, Stephanie Hubbard, Marc Rag- land, Robby Fagan, Herman Garrett. 3rd row: David Jones, Brady Cook, Harold Lindsey, Tracy Bennett, Kevin Hudson, Tim Leet, Has- kell Burks PARENTS AND ALUMNI Without these two groups there wouldn't be a yearbook. The Parent-Teacher Council and the Alumni Association underwrite a large part of the cost of The Titan by raising money through various fund-raising events. -Kina! if 1 A Students and parents enjoy lunch together in the cafeteria on Parents' Day. Bottom right: Irene fTromblyJ and Howard Smith bring their family to the annual alumni weekend. V ....' ' if f 55 E . IIN!! iw 33' . M ' WY' 'I-,, , ,g mamma . :-me. .. .. X NNY X AVORITE Capitol "under siege" by ASB Who's Who I 1 e y ompson Danny Howe!! WI-lO'S WHO To oeiebraie Arkansas' 15Gth birthday, our VlP's W went to the State Capitol. Above: MUST POPULAR ' sn u Th Above right: BEST SCHOLARS Trina Nixon Roy DePriest Right: FFMENDLIEST Donna Yarbrough Herman Garreft WI-lO'S VVHO Above left: BEST CITIZENS Gayla Potter A Roy DePriest Above: WITTIEST T 'n N' on fl a IX Tim Curtin Left: BIGGEST FLIRTS Shelly Thompson Shell Green HOIVIECGMING The usual homecoming activities were precluded by bad weatherg so the coronation took place at the Christmas Formal. Right: Debbie gets her crown. Below, Left: Shelly Thompson and Danny Howell Middle: Queen Debbie Tucker and Harold Lindsey Right: Gayla Potter and Richard Payne Bottom: Homecoming Court Richard and Gayla, Harold and Debbie, Shelly and Danny -'I SIX ATHLETICS TRACK 0 'E ,, t.,pf'7' tm' T V' V -1932 3 I ,-.,-. L to R, Front: Mary Rose, Stephanie Hubbard, Sheree Hunt, Tina Cox, Lori Hunter, Nella Foster, LaDonna Hinton. Back: Coach Hale, Verkita Marks, Janet Fergu- son, Tammy Chaffin, Shelly Thompson, Nita Kizer, Trina Nixon, Tauny Alexander, Coach Fowler. L to R, Front: Austin McGowan, Manager, Sean Cul- bertson, Robby Fagan, Ronnie Warren, Melvin Neer, William Harrison. Back: Richard Payne, Michael Sax- .ton, Shell Green, Terry Powell. Roy DePriest, Danny Howell, Kevin Hudson, Coach Fowler. WRESTLING NN is m:i.l'1ll,s .. A. .s 'T ,. .i me or- , LLLZ. . , , 5, W -A sir- ' '- . K K 5,2 V!VV, Lf:V .f ,mtg H , W t' . . -f' VARSITY L to R, Front: Asst. Coach Huntsman, Ronnie Warren, Tony Bradford, Melvin Neer, Eric Bruce, Harold Lindsey, Richard Payne, Her- man Garrett, Danny Howell, Roy DePriest, Shell Green, Herman Wagner, Calvin Banks, Donnie Brown. Back: Kenneth Campbell, Gerald Potter, Sean Culbertson, Michael Saxton, Kevin Hudson, Kevin Scroggins, Da- vid Hendricks, Austin McGowan, Jackie Milam, Coach Fowler. PEEWEES L to R, Front: Courtney Williams, Matthew Bailey, Richard Strickland, Patrick Nixon, Malcolm Coulter. Back: Jimmy Hunt, Daryl King, Jimmy Kellensworth, Larry Bailey, Bobby Duhon, Mark Titus, Clit- ford Baird, Coach Fowler. CHEERLEADERS 1 1 - 4 . Hll From Verkita, from LaDonna, from Shelly, from Debbie, from Tauny, from Tammy, from Terry. 2. The agony of defeat 3. Oops! 4. Outstanding cheerleader Tauny Alexander 5. A great-looking pyramid 6. LtoFl: Coach Hale, Terry Powell, Shelly Thompson, LaDonna Hinton, Tauny Alexander, Tammy Chaffin, Verkita Marks, Debbie Tucker -7 S i x Q SPECIAL EVENTS i .X .ik E .. X . . 1 I is L, SPECIAL EVENTS 1. 1985 Graduates 2. Easter Bunny a.k.a. Roy Nash 3. Reception for mock wedding 4. Graduation VIP's 5. Bridesmaids Janet and Gayla wait with Debbie. 6. Processional 7. DePriest officates ipun intendedi. .- .,,. .. - . it g , ,Q 0 'J s , , JZ, . ., i X X gy , Q V" ? is , f ra .Q i '4 f W, w rv A ff I 4 Q My 4 of X WJ 1 4 an fs ,,,q,wa-x,1W'flQ is 24, 5 ,qfifznaz W' V Q Z' W ,, Z if 'JZ f R "ii tw M x f My , f N it i e X gi, , ,mfs .4-1, .wiki fur. . . 5 During the year ASB students participate in many special occasions: holidays, a mock wedding, the State Fair, assemblies, and graduation. 1. William and friends explore Hall of lndustry. 2. Marc and Kevin ready for the roller coaster 3. There they go! 4. Weirdos at the fair 5. NLR Ole Main Choir 6. Arkansas Symphony String Quartet 4 HOLIDAYS 1 Sv. 5 1. Trick or Treat 2. Not too scary, Sheree 3. King Herman and friends 4. Little Bow-Peep 5. Michelle and Eric at Christmas Formal 6. Christmas baliet 7. They don't believe in Santa! 8. But here he is. 9. The wonder of Christmas 48 '7 l PEOPLE PEOPLE, PEOPLE WHO NEED PEOPLE lt takes more than students and teachers to make a school run smoothly. ASB is fortunate to have so many support groups. .wi ln Nl!! 5, Above: Mrs. Maxcy and Mrs. Wimberly in the front office. Top: Staff needs to relax, too. Right: Mrs. 0'DeIl and Nita Who's counseling whom? Far right: Mr. Lindsey takes a shine to his work. S0 Enix SUPPORT GROUPS ARE IMPORTANT AT ASB sv -e,.,5 ' K fl? HONOR ROLL We're proud of these students and their achievements. The flu must attack the "brain" because Nella Foster and Jimmy Kellensworth were ill, and Eric Bruce was in Washington, D.C., at the Close-Up program. L to Ft: Stephanie Hubbard, Leon Tidwell, LaDonna Hinton, Dawn Smith, Patrick Nixon, and Isaac Wells. Above, L to R: Mrs. Simms teaches travel class. Robby experiments with a travel aid. What a lot of Mickey Mouse! 51 The immense changes of the past 150 years can only make us wonder what the future holds. Perhaps telephones will become obsolete, and cheerleading will be done by robots, but we sus- pect students will always have P. E., and the state will always need leaders. ASB is ready to meet these challenges. 5 B EEEQ PUF ysik A ' I Q, S 5 5 ,sq I8 PHYS SU A Left: No wrong number here Top to bottom: Cheerleader tryouts Marc forgot his gym suit again. The leaders of tomorrow? Mt... meats.-s , mmnmmum N5 IOSTE

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