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It has been said that in todayls world, women
are becoming more powerful. Such is the situation in
which the Junior class finds itself, being led by
president Joan Langdon, secretary Denise Neifert,
treasurer Pam Benz, and vice-president Jay Ecker.
The class seems to have found its talent in
designing creative floats. Taking first place in their
sophomore year, they took it again this year. After
much thought and concentration they turned out
"Tigers Over Board" to fit in with the homecoming
theme. To represent them on Queens Court were
Kathy Rowan and Tammy Thompson.
As traditional, the Juniors again sold candy to
earn money for a Senior Prom. Halloween candy sales
went soaring, but something happened when it came
to about Christmas time. The prices of the candy
must have been too high for it didn't sell well.
One of the biggest thrills for a Junior is
choosing, ordering, and finally receiving his or her
class ring. This year's Juniors chose a rectangular
styled ring and received them in early October.
Being a Junior gives to many the honor of being
on a Varsity team. For most, their first year on
Varsity means obtaining experience for next year and
for some it means a starting position.
UPPER left, Junior class officers, treasurer,
Pam Benz, vice president, Jay Ecker,
president, Joan Langdon, secretary, Denise
Neifert. LOWER leftg Juniors enjoy one of
the dances after a game. UPPER rightg Dennis
Bargy, Jim Chapman, and Tom Dobbs find art
class very interesting.
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Page 64 text:
Lay a Foundatlon For a Year of Memorles
ABOVEQ Ted Moss and Joan Langdon are examining each other's new class rings
OPP.g Juniors work diligently on their float for homecoming.
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