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Page 17 text:
Before the first bell rings, many students talk in
front of Phelps Auditorium each morning.
mpting to complete the "teachers only" park-
ing lot, Senior Cindy Watkins paints yellow num-
bers in the parking spaces.
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By making posters during a Pep Club meeting
Glenda Dukes, Sarah Myers, and Mike Roux pre
pare for an upcoming football game.
Registration, Opening of School 13
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12 Registration, Opening of School
Sitting on a car outside the band room, Caroline
Dickson and Rick Spivey discuss their new
Sitting behind the gym on the first day of school,
fx11ichaelSindler and Nina Boswell relax between
Registration on August 14 and 15 was
an unwelcome reminderto most of us
that school would be starting in less
than two weeks. The football players,
cheerleaders, and band members,
though, had been getting ready for
school since early August.
Finding out that the school year was
to be divided into nine-week periods
instead of six-week periods was only
one ofseveral changes that faced us that
first week of school. Even though we
couldn't exempt any exams, they really
weren't so bad because each exam co-
vered only nine weeks instead of eigh-
teen. Another change was that our
paved parking lot was now a "teachers
only" lot, moving us into the street or in
the parking lot beside the lunchroom.
We couldn't imagine what other
changes we might face before the year '
was over, but we were very pleased to
find that some ofthe new courses were
really fun fespecially if the teacher was
young and good-lookingb.
Page 18 text:
Teresa Richards gives back a customer's change
while working as a cashier at Piggly Wiggly.
Working at a local Sunoco station, Larry Sims
checks the oil for a customer.
A part-time worker at the Dairy Queen, Wesley
Brewer, takes an order from a customer.
14 Students' Jobs
Dollars and Sense
We students of Camden High com-
prise a large part-time work force in the
Camden area. Students here work at a
surprisingly large variety of jobs. The
never-ending need for babysitters
keeps approximately 150 of us busy.
Some students are even capable of
doing homework after the kids finally
get to sleep! About fifty of us students
are sales clerks, we earn ou r money try-
ing to make other people spend theirs.
Other popularjobs are bagging and
checking out groceries at supermar-
kets, delivering newspapers, and ref-
ereeing games at the Camden Recrea-
tion Department. A few of us workin
the Chronicle office, still others teach
swimming classes or lifeguard during
the summer. Several dozen of us have
the rather unenviable job of driving
school buses-getting up atthe crack of
dawn to drive noisy kids through all
kinds ofweather. Still, money is a wel-
come sight these days, and no matter
what kind, a job is a job!
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