Garland High School - Owls Nest Yearbook (Garland, TX)

 - Class of 1984

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WITH PRECISION, freshmen Gold- jackets Tracy Jeffers, Shannon Wrisner, COLORFUL clowns entertain the Cathy Orness, Sonya Reay, Tisana Jack- amused spectators in the Labor Day Pa- son and Donna Jones march in the Labor fade' Sgpt- 3, Day Parade in front of the school. Spirit squads lead parade T O R first time in four years, A the band, drill teams and cheer- leaders preceded the other three high schools as they marched in the annual Labor Day Parade. "Usually Garland is further back in line, but this year, we were able to show we are the number-one school," exclaimed varsity cheerleader Valarie Fos- ter, junior. When the groups reached the campus, all four cheerleading teams and Ollie Owl combined to do the new cheer the varsity squad had originated, "Our Of- fense ls Awesome." Following this, the band played the fight song while the Dashing Debs did a streamer routine. Meanwhile, the Gold- jackets performed a hand rou- tine which they followed by a school salute. "The highlight of the parade for me was stopping in front of school," said junior Dashing Deb Debbie Beaudoin. 0 Student Life In addition to participating in the parade, five senior girls en- tered the annual Junior Miss Pageant whichrtookplace on the fair grounds. Representing the school were Leslie Stockdale, Michelle Bul- lard, Carol Leto, Sheila Tram- mell and Sherri Geyman. 'KThe most rewarding exper- ience was meeting the girls from other schools," said Geyman. "Even though I did not win any of the awards, I gained quite a few new friendshipsf, On the second night of com- petition, Bullard received the Physical Fitness award while Stockdale captured the Scholas- tic Achievement honor. Both ad- vanced to the finals where Stockdale finished in the second runner-up spot. ul entered because I thought it would be a good experience in performing and meeting peo- ple," said Stockdale. lf the parade or pageant did not interest those in attendance at the Jubilee, the games and rides definitely affl'aCY9Cl crowds. The Jaycees provided midway rides and there were game booths, including a dunk- ing booth and money toss spon- sored by the junior class.

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