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Page 73 text:
omas se habla Espanol
One of the most common
guages spoken by the majority
the students aside from English
ipanish partly due because we
9 near our sister city luarez. Be-
5 this one of the many reasons,
rn y students were enrolled in
anish which has been taught for
feral years by Mrs. Delgado.
This year the Spanish Club con-
ted of 26 members and officers
were: President: Charlotte Mullen,
Vice President: Rosanna Rivera,
Secretary: Mike Ramos, Public
Relations: Gabi Kennard.
One of the purposes of the
Spanish Club was to introduce
students to the advantages of
another culture and language.
"The Spanish Club for this year
was small but we did accomplish
what we set out to do" Charlotte
The club sold homecoming cor-
sages and garters as a fund raiser,
for their competitions and trips.
They held an Interna tional Week
during the month of March, and
attended the Modern Language
Speech Tournament March 23rd.
The Spanish Club worked hard
and established a strong and
Spanish Club Officers are: Representative
to the Student Council, Monica Rodriguez,
Public Relations, Cabi Kennard, Secretary,
Mike Ramos, Wce President, Rosanna
Rivera, President, Charlotte Mullen,
Senior Tisha Dominguez explains an
ans wer to her classmate.
Senior Philip Riggins and lunior Rosanna
Rivera discuss about their upcoming
Front: Mercy Hernandez and Denise Miter.
First row: Rosalva Almarez, Gabi Kennard,
Mike Ramos, Martha Candara, Michelle
Diaz, Lily Rosas, Maggie Cereceres. Second
row: Patsy Aguilar, Rosanna Rivera, len-
nifer Mullen, Suzy Zuniga, Christy Macias,
Lily Corral, Yvette Ramirez, Monica
Rodriguez, Tisha Dominguez, Sandra
Rosales, Libby jordan. Third row: Charlotte
Mullen, Richard Artalejo, Phil Riggins,
Gerado Chaparro, Marc Ranc, lohn
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Senior Patsy Aguilar signs her name as she
enters to one of the Spanish meetings.
Senior Gerardo Chaparro works on his
luniors Monica Rodriguez and Cabi Ken-
nard prepare their notes for a meeting.
Spanish Honor Members are, 7st row: Ben
Arravadez, Tisha Dominguez, Nora
laramillo, Mrs. Delgado ISponsorj, Sam
Morgan, Louie Castillos, Michelle Santos,
Adrian Esparza. 2nd row: Lisa Martinez,
Monica Rodriguez, Marc Ranc, Yvette
Ramirez, Richard Garcia, lerry Chaparro.
Spanish Honor achieves
This year Spanish Honor Club
TSHSJ consisted of 73 members
which included Louie Castillos,
jerry Chaparro, Tisha Dominguez,
Adrian Esparza, Ben Arra vadez,
Nora laramillo, Lisa Martinez,
Yvette Ramirez, Marc Ranc,
Monica Rodriguez, Lily Rosas,
Michelle Santos, and Sam Morgan.
Mrs. Delgado and Mr. Carrasco
were the sponsors for this year.
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To qualify for this honorary club,
members needed to ha ve had a
third year of Spanish and had to
maintain a B average in all classes.
Having had enough fund raisers
in the past years, the club felt no
need for any this year. They did
however, buy Spanish T-Shirts
which they proudly wore in the
Foreign Language Festival held in
March. In April the National
Spanish Exam was held. This wa
test of different levels which we
rated with other high schools in
the El Paso School Districts.
"lt is an honorary group whic
helps promote languages and
who had an interest in language
acquisitions" was what Mrs.
Delgado summed the Spanish
Honor Society as being.
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With a total of 24 members in
this year's orchestra which is
larger than last year, director Mr.
Hradek comments "This orchestra
compares very favorable to the
past orchestras. " Two orchestra
members Elia Hernandez and
Elizabeth Soderstrom are both
taking part in Chamber Orchestra
at UTEP. Elia also took part in state
regionals. Sophomore Da vid
Varela made second-year concert
orchestra. Some of the members
of this class expressed their own
thoughts to ward the group and
the art. "Each person has to do
their best it's a team effort, " Mark
Exclusa said. Elizabeth Soderstrom
In a class b y themselves
included, "To make a good or-
chestra it takes a lot of time and
dedication. " Scott Gibson added
that "This is a class with a lot of
Taking a break from practice to make a
Senior Mike Mendoza poses for the
junior Lori Swopes getting ready to pack it
lunior Kari Cordova tuning up.
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