Lake Highlands High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1981

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With an expression of amazement on Chuck Nelson's face, senior David Reznik piles his trash on the footballers lunch tray. S.Hefner Blowing out the candles on Connie Brewer's 16th birthday. Some of connie's friends brought her the cake and sang "Happy Birthday" to her in the student center. Looking for some excitement at the beginning of school, senior Steve Hefner steps onto the water fountain to quench his thirst. B.Whlte LH underclassmen, Aaron Grant, Jim Childs, Andre Wright, Thomas Samuel spend their lunch period engaged in a challenging and sometimes rowdy game of dominoes. Dominoes was a favorite game for some of the students in the student center. Taking a break from football practice, senior Blake Stock spends an evening gallivanting around in his favorite Hawaiian shirt. Our summer fun was sadly disrupted, our long and pleasant vacation was over, and we realized that the first week of school was here It All Began When the dreaded first day of school arrived, the feeling of the students were somewhat apathetic. Many felt the summer had gone too quickly and they did not have time to do everything that had been previously planned. There was the usual selling of elevator tickets in "C" hall, which did not go so well this year. There was also the hot, sticky feeling of humidity, as the air conditioners had not been on all summer, and many were malfunctioning. The school itself had a different outlook with a new wing added, "P" hall. There were many new faces, especially those of scared, yet excited sophomores. The majority of the juniors looked as if they were bored with the thought of going through another year. The seniors had looks of expectancy, mischief, and power. Some students found some of their classes nonexistent, while others were just satisfied with their schedules. The result of this was an overcrowded counselor's office and many students had to wait all day just to talk to their counselor. For some students, the first day of school meant the beginning of an exciting new year, while to others it meant waiting another nine months until summer! T.Feltenberger First Week of 'School

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Week omecoming H l-l N We all looked forward to it, it was one of the highlights of our year, and Homecoming, 1981 did not disappoint us because we got ne reat Win j Somewhere between State air Day and Halloween lies hat intoxicating week of Homecoming. An air of anticipation and exhilaration pervaded the Lake Highlands halls. l Dress up days began the build-up of excitement with Fantasy Day on Wednesday October 15. Some students ad very vivid imaginations, such as Steve Kenny, who ressed as a Girl Scout and am Finklea, dressed as President Nixon. Thursday, Ln the true spirit of the , owboy, was Western Day. t Western garb included cowboy boots, hats, belts, blue jean for jean skirtsl, and western shirts. Thursday night was the opening of Varsity l evue, and a second period assembly was held as a preview. The last stage in the p raditional Red and White Day pn Friday, culminating with a Eixth period pep-rally. Adding o the excitement the senior I-Iighlandettes performed a punk-rock routine. l One major event of the was the crowning of the lomecoming Queen, Princess, and Duchess. Duchess was won by Toni Hastings. Miss Skrabanek was crowned Princess. All students voted for Homecoming Queen crowning Laney Adams. The three winners were crowned prior to the football game and driven around the field in Mercedes Benz SL's by Anthony Abraham, Reid Bonner, and Kelly Hampton. The victory over Newman- Smith 35-3 helped make the night memorable. The Homecoming dance was held after the game in the cafeteria until one o'clock in the morning. The decoration provided by the Student Council along with the records provided by the disc-jockey made the evening more exciting. Many couples did not even make it to the dance for various reasons. Senior Cindy Jeffers saidg"The dance wasn't worth going to." As the night came to an end, couples were thinking of how the night went. Homecoming night on Friday, October 17. T. Feltenberger After being crowned as Homecoming Queen Lan Ad 'l dl ' , ey ams smi es prou y as she is chauffered around the football field by student council vice president Reid Bonner. i Y L l Fantasy Day gave Susan Chubb a chance to show her creativity. She dressed as Ex-President Carter and hiding behind her was Cyndy Hirschberg dressed as a boy scout. Compliments of Paul Currier In her first year of high school as a sophomore, Toni Hastings is excitedly crowned Homecoming Duchess by Principal Olen Pyles. ,az

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