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Page 51 text:
On Friday the pep rally was
held at 2:30 at the football
stadium. lt was a windy day and
everyone was still praying that the
rain would stay away. An airplane
sponsored by the junior class
wrote CHS in the sky over the
stadium but the letters were not
visible due to the overcast day.
The Talonettes did a routine to
llCotton-eyed loe" and the
seniors ended the lcontinued on
H. Clowning around. A not very kissable
Randy Bieker bums around the halls.
l. Feeding the multitudes. As she serves
eggs at the Talonette football breakfast,
Kelly Strickland dishes them as fast as
l. Dressed to kill. Most authentically
dressed senior Jeannie Huff punks around
K. Kelli Da Vinci? Drawing pirates for the
senior posters occupies Kelli Holmes' time.
L. Decked out. Before the rain hits, Carol
Thompkins and her date enjoy the game.
M. Red hot! Best dressed winner, Renee
Salas brightens the library.
N. lust crowned. Freshly crowned Sherry
Taggart smiles warmly after receiving her
crown and roses.
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at afternoon rally
Page 50 text:
A Cruising along Student Council
members ride in their Model A in the
B. "Let me see you get down!" Before
the game, Mandy Robinson, daughter
of English teacher Mrs. Becky
Robinson, and Sharon Sloan cut up.
C. Hulking out! Best-dressed teacher Mr.
Lance Stephens, terrorizes the halls as
Captain Nasty on Dress-Up Day.
D. An arch for an arch. One of the many
busy seniors, Kelli Poyner adds some silver
to the homecoming archway.
E. Smiling-Lee working. Sophomore Lee
Anderson gets the attention instead of
F. Kicking up some spirit. High-kicking
skeletons show Talonette support for the
G. Five trumpeteers all in a row. Chuck
Gore, Terry Gordon, David Douglas,
David Yerigan, and Stephen Mena
serenade at the game.
tudent Council showed a
movie, and students were all
'lterrified" with the classic
Teachers who were judges
had a tough decision to make, but
finally came up with a winner for
the bulletin boards and hall
decorations. Mrs. Pat Sawyer's
English lll class had the best bulletin
board decorations, they
decorated the speech stage with a
pirate ship hovered over by a
Crowley Eagle, both made by
stuffing chicken wire with
newspaper and painting it.
The best decorated hall was
created by the cosmetology
students in their new wing of the
building. These students contrived
a pirate's corpse on a funeral bier
surrounded by candles and black
draping. Scattered strategically
around the halls were silver
pumpkins and streamers of black
crepe paper. Other rooms and
halls were effectively decorated,
and competition among the
classes was especially intense.
Page 52 text:
ff Sherry T
pep rally by snaking onto the field
to sing the almalmater. At 3:30
students scurried to retrieve
mums and then rushed home to
prepare for the game and dance
later that night, it T T
, The prefgame crowning of the
homecoming queen was hurried
so that the game could begin on
time. Tricia Short, the 1981 queen,
crowned the new queen, Sherry
Taggart, who had been elected by
the student body in an election l
earlier that month.
Then, as everyone had feared,
the rain came down. Students'
plans were changed and
everyone was made generally
The dance following the game
was considered by many who
attended to be one of the 'lbest
ever." It was held at the middle
school cafeteria and attendance
was exceptionally good. A disc
jockey played a variety of music
to appeal to those who like a little
country and western aswell as
the rock and disco afficionados.
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