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Page 8 text:
STUDENTS PAUSE, SEE
REFLECTIONS OF 1971
Gazing into the looking glass of school life, students
saw reflections of the year 1971. The year was fleeting,
the students busy. Having no time during the year to see
clearly, students saw distorted images of people, places
and things. Students were hurrying to class, rushing to
a ball game or cramming for a test. Going, doing, plan-
ning, students were caught in a hustle bustle of activitiy.
Such images were temporary and fleetingg they could
only be remembered. .
The year passed. Then there was time, time to think,
to remember. Vision cleared, images became vivid.
Students realized the importance of the smiling face, that
unknown name. From puzzling images came clear re-
flections, reflections of people and action.
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Page 7 text:
A good lunch, conversation with friends,
and a break from class routine, are just a few
of the pleasures of the F.C.J.H.S. lunch period.
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Page 9 text:
Providing much encouragement for our foot-
ball teams, the ninth grade band made every
football game an exciting one.
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"What book do I take to class today?" This was one of the
many questions eighth grade students had to face as they en-
tered F.C.J.H.S. Wayne Compton is not really sure if he should
take his literature book or his grammar book to English class
The social event of the year for Franklin
County Junior High students is the annual Spring
Sock Hop. It gives each student a chance to do
"His own thing."
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