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Stuco Creates School Pride Scheduling and sponsoring junior high stuco dances occupied most of the time of Cheryl Masters — president and Jim Gales--sponsor. Four dances were held for special occasions, such as Christmas and V a le n t i ne ' s Day . Once a month each student dressed imaginatively on hippie and hat days. To develop pride in the school, locker checks were held every two weeks by stuco members. P anishment for untidy lockers was c le aning gum off the auditorium chairs. As the final activity, an Easter egg hunt was sponsored for the fourth and fifth grades. At the end of the year. Shelly Ad- ams — vice president took over the job of president when Cheryl Masters moved to Liberal. September 7 m a rk e d the initia- tion of nine m e mb e rs into National Honor Society as sp e ake r Gib Clark delivered a humorous speech entitled " For Goodness Sake. " To welcome the new members, a picnic was held at Camp Lark, September 9. Gaily colored leaves adorned the stage for the annual talent show en- titled " Autumn Leaves. " Fifteen num- bers, ranging from solos and readings to short skits, were viewed by numer- ous community members. (1) JUNIOR HIGH STUCO -FRONT: Jamie Hazen, Edwin Rogers, Denise McCaslin, Karen Dillinger--secre- tary-treaurer, Shana Zongker, Shala Harness, Cheryl M a s t e rs — president. Jay Pavlik, Shelly Adams — vice pres- ident, Jim G a le S-- sponsor. TOP: Kelly Chadwick, Barry Gales, Scott Thompson, Scot Ellis, Mike Masters, Mark Kindsvater, Lesa Adams, Terry Edwards, Richard Rathbun. (2) Pro- viding a 50 ' s style dance routine to the song " Sweet Nothin ' s " at the NHS talent show are Emily Westrup and Susan Hubbard. (3) With a somewhat confused expression. Dean Dillinger entertains the audience by reading a comical, mixed-up letter. (4) As the irrigation system exemplifies progress in modern technology, NHS members, (front) Jenee Unruh — vice presi- dent, Jo Pepperd, Sharon Hecht, Nancy Cox--president, (middle) Jill Edwards, Emily Westrup, Sondra We- del, Melanie Miller, Rhonda Gates, Luann Trummel, Connie Melkus — secretary. Wade Sherman, Carolyn Kolesar — sponsor, (top) Kathy Par- cel, Nancy Emerson, Rex Anne Hal- tom, and Sharon Uhl reflect on future leaders.
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