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2 1 HOMECOMING BRINGS FIRST WIN TO TI- GERS;TAMMIE POWERS VOTED QUEEN Homecoming Court: Bernette Boyd, Kelli Belcher, Tammie Pow¬ ers, Edna Boyd, Jennifer O ' Quinn and Rebecca Hackney. 1) . Tammie Powers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Powers, is crowned queen. 2) . Robin Powers, former queen, con¬ gratulates her sister. 3) . Senior attendant, Angela Belcher, is escorted by Tim Sen¬ ter. 4) . Myra Stanley cheers for the Big Blue Machine. 5) . Kelli Belcher, eighth grade repre¬ sentative, and Steve Potter await half-time festivities. 10
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SCHOOL SERVICE PERSONNEL A NECESSITY Our Secretary, Patsy Kilgore, checks fi¬ nances and teachers registers, types school correspondence and does a million other things in her " spare " time. Keeping the halls and rooms clear of rubbish, paper airplanes, love notes and spit wads is a full time job by it¬ self, to say nothing of repairing windows, fixing torn up seats and mopping floors. A custodians job is never done. Tasty and nutritious meals are served by our cooks. 1) . Miss Patsy Kilgore finds this particular item of paper work amusing. 2) . Head janitor, Mickey Mullins, takes a brief break while in the cafeteria. 3) . Hermie Barton, Aileen Vandyke, Elsie Tucker, Irene Counts and Mary Woods are busy serving lunch. Kathy Harrison, cafe. secy. Patsy Kilgore, secretary Elsie Tucker, janitress 9
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SPIRIT WEEK A GREAT SUCCESS Spirit Week is traditionally a time of high excitement among the student body. Faculty and students alike take part in daily pep rallies, issuing slogan challenges, tri¬ cycle races, and making floats. In the cheering com¬ petition between the classes, the jubilant eighth graders won the spirit stick. All of this feverish activity culmi¬ nates in Homecoming. With school spirit at its highest point, we call this tra¬ dition a success--we show pride in our school and team and that ' s what counts. We scalped the Pocahontas Indians 14-8 in our Home¬ coming game, and wound up the festivities with a dance sponsored by the Key Club. 1) . Pam Farmer throws token footballs to fans. 2) . In the assembly pro¬ gram, Michael Mullins and Regina O ' Quinn, get ready for the tricycle race. 3) . The theme of the Art Club homecoming float was, " Beat the Indians " .
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