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A group of proud winners
Starting off the school year can
really be a tremendous job for the
Yearbook Staff. Especially when
they walked into the journalism
classroom, knowing all the work
that was ahead of them.
The 84-85 Hoofbeats staff con-
sisting of 75 members, I which was
smaller than last year's staffj,
started working on the yearbook
in the month of August. This
Sammy Tinajero, with Lily Tovar
and Rosa Ortega as Assistant
Editors. Kathy Salem, Diana
Ruybe, Martin Castaneda, David
Lardizabal, Mary Lou Hernandez,
Mark Waltman, Bill Munnich, Liza
Muro, Nora Noriega, Fernie Mar-
tinez, and Terri Sherwood.
All of these students made a
great effort in making the year-
book a success. There were
year's hardworking staff were as arguments and disagreements, but
follows: Editors, jesse Moreno, there was also harmony, patience
and lots of cooperation among
them. They all worked together as
one big family, knowing the
pressure it took to have a year-
book ready for publication.
There were times that were
good and times that were bad.
But when one thought of the
whole student body depending
on the staff to come out with an
annual, there was no limit as to
how hard they had to work.
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Page 14 text:
A variety of looks and styles
Throughout the year many fads students.
came in and out, including new Cropped pants, striped jeans,
fashion trends, which ranged in a and sets of matching clothes were
variety of clothing and hairstyles. also worn. They came in a variety
These fads affected students from of styles and colors. Flamboyant
all cliques. accessories such as twisted
507's, button downs, topsiders, necklaces, bangle bracelets, and
and loafers were some of the exotic earrings were supplements
popularized items worn by the of apparel. One could dress up
students. The Preppy look seem- differently as each day went
ed to be a favorite among the along.
Even though assortments of
clothing came out for '84 and '85,
designer jeans were still popular.
A pair of lordache could be worn
casual or some effects could be
added for a more outgoing look.
In order to add the finishing
touches for an evening out, many
considered putting some jewelry
on, while other items would just
show off the latest fads.
junior Adriana Valencia displays the look
Senior Tom Arenivar wearing casual
Senior Sam Tinajero poses for the camera.
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