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2 Ideas For Change In Haysi 1 4 be change d. 11 (Melissa Owens) " I don ' t think evening homeroom is necessary. " (Kathy Kiser) " We need a student lounge. " (Minetta Owens) " We should be allowed to go to town during our lunch hour. " (Peggy Church) " I think there needs to be more room available for student parking. " (Rosa Lee Duty) " The cafeteria should have a coke machine and there should be music like there was last year. " (Dedra Hill) " Each student should have one free period each day to themselves. " (Robin Owens) " Exams should be eliminated. " (Tina Owens) " There should be change of the rule concerning public affection. " (Greg Stanley) " There needs to be a younger and more understanding faculty. " (Ann Gail Ed¬ wards) 94
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" I plan to bring some real food to Haysi by- installing a Ronald McDonald ' s restaurant because I want to be a big celebrity in Haysi. " (Ronald Barton) " I plan to attend college at J VCC and go into the nursing program. " (Sondra Wallace) " I plan to go to college at Southwest Virginia Community College and become a nurse. I then plan to work for a while and eventually have a family. 11 (Rita Willis) " I plan to go to college and major in Art. I want to seek a career as either a professional cartoonist or an interior decorator. 11 (Debbie Boyd) " After graduation -- marriage. I ' d like to get a job, hopefully as a secretary after I have been married for a while. Someday I hope to have a family. " (Kathy Gilbert) " College majoring in either math or science, because I plan to teach school or go into medicine. " (Beverly Owens) ' 1 would like to be a veterinarian. I really enjoy animals. " (Warren Hay) " I plan to either go to college or to the Air Force and become a nurse. " (Bella Puckett) Students Reveal Fantasies 1.) Air hockey during P. E. 2.) Popular fantansy - getting out of school. 3.) Puckett sisters check out. 4.) John Dearman - study¬ ing? 5.) Frank Pres¬ ley waits for vocational bus. 6.) C athy Harrison has no time for fan¬ tasies. 7.) Most Senior girl ' s fantasize mar¬ riage. 8.)Alfreda Turner and Paula Dun¬ can compare grades.
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" My first date with Lisa is the most memorable exper¬ ience for me. We went to the Breaks Park on a picnic. " (Clifton Boyd) " Football season is something I can never forget. It was indeed a fun and much enjoyed experience for me. " (David Mitchell) " I can remember very well when I got my Kawasaki 100 about two years ago. I felt like I had everything I would ever need. " (Barry Viers) " I enjoyed football season, and I can never forget the game against Garden High. I got a touchdown and an interception. 11 (Brad Childress) " I ' ll always remember the day, Dianna Deel, Rita Ro¬ binson, and myself locked Mr. McAllister up in his of¬ fice during Agriculture class. It upset him, but it was funny. " (Alma Rasnake) " My most memorable experience was when we almost won the semi-regional basketball finals game. " (Mary Deel) " the KISS concert in Johnson City. " (Alice Woods) " when I became engaged to Kimble. " (Sherry Coleman) " We, as long time friends can never forget our school days, such as; cherry milkshakes, coal trucks, fast cars, our love for Aigner leather goods and money, fishing season and most of all - our friendship. It couldn ' t been any better! (Rosa Duty and Robin Owens) Students Remember Special Moments 1. ) Lisa Fleming is asking for a ride home after school. Vicky Edwards says there ' s room in her Vega. 2. ) Minetta Owens suggested a student lounge when asked what she would change about Haysi High. 3. ) Mark Mullins admires himself in the glass trophy case. 4. ) After a hard hour in physical education class, a good lunch refreshes these girls. 5. ) After checking in late, Sondra Younce prepares to get her books for class. 6. ) Janet Breeding said one of her favorite pass times was going to the movies. 7. ) A very popular movie at Haysi was " The Omen. " 95
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