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Page 17 text:
Laura Stourac, junior. smiles at the photogra-
pher as she enjoys a slow dance with her date,
Yearbook photographer Chris Baker gets a
chance to get in front of the camera with sopho-
more Mike Pulkrab at the Valentine's dance.
Susan Overman and friends watch the dance
contest during the TSI mixer.
While taking a break on the sidelines, friends
Margaret Hoy, Kristi Lighty, Wynetta Ballew.
and Kim Smejkal watch the others dance.
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Jam out and boogie down,
dancin' fever i II around
his year school mixers proved to be
the most popular spots on week-ends.
Practically everyone found this to be a
relaxing and fun way to get together
with friends and possibly get the
chance to dance with that "special"
guy or gal. Mixers were most common
after basketball games or wrestling
meets, which helped boost attendance.
Students were quite surprised at the
number of dances held this year. Every
group got their chance to sponsor a
dance. All of the dances were discos.
with the exception of Homecoming.
W.P.A.. and prom. DJ's from various
radio stations supplied the music for
these discos. Even a Jeff student,
senior Rich Loeffler. got the chance to
perform as the DJ for the mixer spon-
sored by Student Council.
Page 16 text:
Senior Jayne Etchingham and her date clown
around for the camera while Sharon Waybill,
Neil Frank. and Joni Carson move to the beat.
I2 Mixers and dances
With arms widespread, senior Doug Hladek cap-
tures the crowd's attention at a mixer.
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mil s say it all
s summer ended and students returned to school.
many expressions could be found. These expressions ranged
from surprise and boredom to anticipation as another school
year began. Smiles were easy to be found as new friends
were made and old acquaintances were reunited.
But quickly students were forced to realize that the l979-
80 school year would contain lots of hard work as well as
fun. Of course, frowns and disappointment were to be found
when things didn't work out just as planned.
Seniors were smiling as they counted the days until they
could finally graduate and advance on. as sophomores and
juniors were anxious to step up a grade when school re-
opened in the fall.
As the year came to a close, everyone had to stop and
pause to smile as they not only remembered how much they
had to look back on, but how much more they could look
fonvard to in the months ahead.
. . ,
IQ. We mf..
From smiles to tears these J-Hawks express
their emotions in various ways. They are: QI5
Campbell. Q35 Jenny Upah. Eric Lofdahl. Q45 Jim
Taylor. Q55 Jay Young. Q65 Diann Henry. Q75 Sue
Vanek. Q85 Patti Pealer. Q95 Sue Luenberger Ken
Carlstedt. Cindy Postel, Tammy White Marilyn
Vest, Terri White. Wendy Hamilton. QIO5 Kim
Smeikal, Tim Swore. QI I5 Wynetta Ballew. QIJ5
Jeanne Scholl. Ql35 Lori Henkel Colette Slocum.
QI45 Bob Edgeton. QI55 Jeff Behel. QI65 Carrie
Eggers. QI 75 Jeff Crandall.
Craig Bendixsen, Dick Mulholland. Q25 Kirk
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