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Page 152 text:
Holds Banner Year
The 1984-1985 Student Coun-
cil executive board was led by the
officers elected by the student
body in the Spring of 1984.
George Seay was elected Presi-
dentg C. D. Shamburger,
Parliamentariang LuAnne Starey,
Secretary, and Katie Bywaters,
Treasurer. The classes at HPHS
elected their own representatives.
The senior class of 1985 elected
Kathy Lumpkin, Libby Lumpkin,
and David Thompson to represent
them on the Student Coimcil. The
jimiors elected Laura Lodewick
and C. B. Gunter, and the
Sophomores elected Bakeney
Bobbitt and Alan Stotts. The in-
coming freshmen nominated An-
dy McElroy and Scott Sherer to
represent them. Later in the spr-
ing, Brent Wingert was appointed
to the Vice-President position by
Under the guidance of spon-
sors Ruth Anne Vineyard and
Jerry Smith, these officers, the
executive board and the
classroom reps worked on many
projects throughout the year. The
Howdy Dance held in September,
was the Student Councilis first of
three dances. The second dance
was on November 3 and was the
Homecoming Dance. President
George Seay crowned Stacy
Jacobe as the Homecoming
A third dance was held in
January. The "Final Fling" was
held in the gym prior to finals,
hence the name.
Also on the agenda for the Stu-
dent Council was the proposition
for better communication bet-
ween the student council and the
student body. Also, the council
helped Hi-Lites with its annual
Christmas Food Drive and also
plamied projects of their own.
Katie Bywaters pauses to rest from her busy schedule
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Jerry Smith and Brent Wingert discuss official business.
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LuAnne Staley checks the food to make sure it is all there.
George Seay pins up an important
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