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Two active Seniors, Cheryl Stalbaum and
Iill Bell, watch a I.V. game in progress,
waiting for their turn to be the stars.
Roaming the halls wouldn't seem to be
much fun, but Bill Winandy doesn't look
too bored. He must have gotten out of
No matter what you like, what
you do, or where you go, there's a
piece of you in everyone else.
Something unique, that only you
have. It could be a crazy laugh, a
funny walk, or just a sweet per-
sonality. Some how, they all fit in
with the others though. They'l1 al-
ways be there to look back on,
something to laugh at, after you
disappear from these halls. There
will always be those memories of
special events and people, and
you won't forget them. You won't
Right now, for the most part,
your own puzzle pieces center in
on school and its activities. Later
on in your life, the puzzle will re-
volve around your job, marriage,
children, and so on. It will never
have four complete sides until
your gone. As your life spreads,
so does your puzzle. It will hold
as many things as you let it.
That's why it's necessary to sort
through the pieces and find out
Where they go. It's your life. You
choose how to live it. You make
your own pieces fit.
Will it be a strike or a gutter ball? Diane
Miller just hopes it hits at least a couple.