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A Getting started Senior class
president Llsa Reese begins her
work on the archway.
B. Hang 'em high. Sophomores
Bobbi McCullugh, Manuel
Trujillo, Kelli Tanner, and Trenell
Carter decorate their hall.
C. Before the flood. Still dry, Andey
Bell and Teresa Nunn watch the game.
D. Stripe it gold. Senior Kelli Poynor
glitters in her punk attire on Dress Up
E. Taking a free ride. Miss Sharon
Thompson is wheeled through the
parade by Billie Kelly.
F, Caddell power. Mrs. Mary Caddell
adds finishing touches to the best
with the homecoming game
played on Halloween,
Crowley students found an
ingenious way to combine
the two events. The
homecoming theme became
llSpook the Pirates," and students
got involved in everything from
Dress Up Day to the homecoming
On Monday of homecoming
week the Talonettes rose early to
start off homecoming activities. At
7:00 a.m. they were up and about
cooking a breakfast feast for
the football players The meal
served inthe cafeteria, included
eggs, hash browns, sausage,
gravy, pastries, juice, and hot
On Wednesday all classes and
clubs were adding the final
touches to their halls, and bulletin
board participants were trying to
create the perfect way to present
the homecoming theme, l'Spook
Those who had big plans for
homecoming night were praying it
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when drama and
Band, choir, Talonettes T
and choir gave
performances once the
marching season had ,
ended. The Talonettes joined
them when they performed in a
special show held in April.
The Talonette show, presented
to the student body, was
composed mostly of dance
routines. Band, choir, and
Talonette members also assisted
in welcoming Tarrant County PTA
members to a meeting held in the
high school in April. The
Talonettes served as usherettes,
the band began the program, and
the choir sang at the luncheon.
The choir sang at several area
shopping centers during the
Christmas season, as well as
several times during the school
year for the student body.
'XI am relieved and very proud
of the job the choir has done,"
said Ms. Sharon Thompson, choir
Band played a scholarship
concert following football season
and played at district baseball
games. They also gave Christmas
and spring concerts. They
provided good music whenever it
was needed in the springtime O
Serenade. Singing inspirational songs, four
members of the choir sing for members of
Tarrant County P.T.A. during lunch.
High notes. Mindy Pounds sings with the
choir as they perform for members of the
Tarrant county P.T.A.
The twist. At the spring show performed
by the Talonettes, Tracy Thomas, senior,
dances for the student body.
At attention. Opening the P.T.A. meetings
members of the trumpet section prepare
to play the "Star Spangled Banner."
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On Thursday everyone came to
school looking unusually different,
but that was okay because it was
all part of Halloween Come-As-
You-Are Day. The seniors pulled
together and came as punk
rockers while underclassmen and
teachers dressed as they wished.
Witches, werewolves, clowns,
and hobos visited with each other
in the halls before the day's
classes began. fcontinued on page
G. Say, "Cheese." Twelve seniors pose for
a picture at the senior decorating party at
H. See ya later, alligator. Dressed in her
preppy get-up Miss Barbara Crowley is the
I. All together. Homecoming court
members are freshman princess, Irene
Dominguizg junior class princess, Renee
Wines, senior princess, Redonda Capshawg
Queen Sherry Taggart, senior princess,
Kristi Bagley, senior princess, Lisa Reese,
senior princess, Renee Salas, sophomore
princess, Kim Malachi.
l. Congratulations. After being crowned
queen, Sherry Taggart is presented her
L. Trying to defrost. Recovering from the
rain Kelly Hoopingarner, Scotty Brown,
Tammy Melton, and Dawn Stokes warm
up at the game.
'Spook the Pirates'
gave special tone
to week's festivities
M. Coloring your world. Dressed as a blue
crayon, Marti Bianchi tries to sit down.
N. Bustin' loose. Ready to maul a pirate,
Ray Pierce tears through the buster poster.
O. Artists at work. Kelly Strickland, Cheryl
Clement, and Lisa Reese get ready to start
P. Windblown and smiling. Homecoming
Queen Sherry Taggart and escort Doug
Pervere leave the field.
Q. A yummy recharge. Varsity football
players fuel up for the week at the
Talonette football breakfast.
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