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Programmed for success
The 80's are the new era for
computers. This year the Business
Department received 75 new Ap-
ple ll Computers. These systems
included disk drives, printers, and
the new Giltronix Peripheral Share
Device 8000 which allows dif-
ferent computers to share the
same printer simultaneously.
These computers were being us-
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Cruz check out their work on the
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A computer runs through a graphic
Norbert Ballard takes a break from his
and two Data Processing classes.
All the teachers who taught
classes using the computers
believed that the computers
would benefit the learning of
Mrs. LaFoy, Chairperson for the
Business Education Department,
says that word processing is
equivalent to Advanced typing.
"Before we got the computers,
we had to walk downstairs and
share the computers in the math
department. Now it's great that
we had the computers closer in
relation to where the Business
department is located. "
Since the computers came into
use, more students have signed
up for the courses being offered
with computers. Only 4 years ago
there were only five computers in
the whole school. Now there are
total of 45 computers in the
"Computers are a new world
and students need to participate,
Mrs. Traylor commented, adding,
"Computers are the best motiva-
tional tool there is. "
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Page 212 text:
Editors work year around
This year has been a long and
rememberable year. Like everything in life
we had our disagreements, but we never
let it effect the work we did and we
always managed to meet our deadlines.
During deadlines it was hard and
frustrating, everybody was at each others
throat, but the work always got done.
lthink this year's staff was quit a bit
Having been in the yearbook staff last
year, it was a great satisfaction to be one
of the editors this year. When they told me
it really did come as a surprise. We really
strived and worked extra hard for an even
better yearbook then past years. Our
supervisor, Mr. Mosier inspired us a lot to
achieve this goal.
Probably the most pressure came when
the deadlines had to be met because it
It started out as a lot of hopes and
dreams some of which faded and some of
which we accomplished. It is too late to
change this special year and the little things
we used to do, the special times we
shared but mostly our memorable
treasure which to each and every one of
us shall be special. Our friend and our best
friends shall leave a saying which shall
lt's rather late to change anything this
year, some of us wish to change the whole
year others wish it could happen all over
again, but now we can only look back and
remember our dreams, our wishes, and
our hopes. Soon our friends will be far
away, some will never be seen again,
some shall be friends forever, we can only
appreciate our times we spent together,
looking at the times we shared sharing our
happiness, our sadness, sharing our vic-
tories, and our accomplishments. Being a
senior is a special time which can never
more cooperative and productive than the
previous year. They showed a lot of pa-
tience and a great imagination and
neatness. This year's staff was very in-
experienced at the beginning but it didn't
take long before they got the swing of
things. We put in long hours after school
and at night.
But in the very end all the struggle and
meant coming in at lunch and staying after
school or even coming at night and staying
for several hours.
The yearbook did get off to a great start
and with a lot of effort and teamwork it
was completed. After the yearbook was
completed we all breathed a sigh of relief.
All the hard work paid off. When we
held our annual award banquet at which
time some staff members were awarded
mean the most in years to come. I would
like to say this year our staff was the most
reliable and distinctive in their own way.
We had our problems like everyone else
but always thinking about the book never
let us stop and forbide what we wanted in
the first place. The best for us seniors, to
see splitting seconds of thing that can
never again be quite the same.
happen but once in life, we wished we livf
ed in the past to recreate our happiness
and remember the moment that stayed in
our hearts, it's over now, all is past and the
only thing left is a rememberable treasure
that will someday make us laugh or some-
day make us cry.
We of the Hoofbeats staff would like to
say every moment we struggle, every mo-
ment that was put into this memorable
treasure was always done to the very best
ability of everyone on our staff. We would
always think of the day that someone,
effort was forgotten and the book was our
pride and joy.
for their contributions.
Good Luck Next Year's Hoofbeat Staff'
Editor, Designer and Copywriter.
The year of 84-85 has come and gone.
We can only Look back and "Remember
EDITOR, DESIGNER, PHO TOGRAPHER:
someday, would open this treasure and
see the past the way it was in '85,
Remember the moment always, God
bless you all and good luck always.
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