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We're 31! A happy senior, Karen Hall,
celebrates the senior Ranch Day victory.
Late again. Mrs. limmie McGary,
attendance clerk, writes an excuse for
senior Holly Morris in the new attendance
enior Charlie Hix said, lllt
felt like starting over again. l
remembered being a
freshman looking for my classes,
only this time everyone was lost."
Lockers were reassigned from
the upstairs locker area to the
bright new lockers in the new
wing. Built-in locks didn't always
cooperate. Senior ludy Laserna
said, Ulf I can't get it open, l just
A larger lunchroom provided
two longer lunches. The lunch-
room staff, however, could not
move into the new kitchen.
Therefore, students were only
offered hotdogs and hamburgers
for the first semester.
ln the middle of the year the
new addition to the cafeteria was
closed off for needed repair. The
two long lunches were, as a result,
very cramped. Senior Ken Guidry
said, l'lt's hard to put 200 people
in 100 chairs, but it's fun!"
From the new cosmetology
wing to the new carpet in the old
parts of the school, it was evident
that we had undergone a rebirth,
one very evident on the outside
but present inside as well. 4 Opening
Tongue twister! ln one of the new science Up, up, and away! During the last season
labs, junior Barry Benson ignites his bunsen played in the old gym, Mike Burtner eyes
burner. the ball.”