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Page 17 text:
, hen it comes to
finding things to do, there's no one more
imaginative and crazy than kids. And you can
almost guarantee that no matter what they
come up with, it will be barrels of fun.
It doesn't make a lick of difference whether
it's work or play, inside class or out, they are
ready to take power and have a ball.
Student Life 0 11
Page 16 text:
1. Holly Crooks, sophomore, works on
cutting down her time in barrel racing.
1. Senior Hector Varquera finds Frankie
Garza, senior, irresistable after a bag
improves his looks.
2. P.E. students partake in a tug-of-war
3. Senior Drama student Robby Thornton
eats his hand-props after a performance.
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Page 18 text:
F lurry of Events Accompanies
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sk almost anyone
and they would say that the biggest,
busiest event of the school year is
Homecoming. Even though the
activities last just a few days,
preparations start weeks in advance.
Class and club meetings are held to
come up with theme ideas for float
and spirit signs. Student Council
members decide on the various
themes for the dressfup days and
think up new ideas to make this
Homecoming unique and different
from the previous years.
Committees are then formed to
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carry the idea through.
Homecoming week provides the
opportunity for the junior class to
raise money for the juniorfSenior
prom. This year's fund-raisers
included mum sales and a football
chain competition between classes.
Before school and during both
lunches, hats were passed around in a
mad scramble for loose change.
Trying to get things ready seems
like a jumble of pandemonium, but as
the big event draws nearer and nearer,
everything starts falling into place,
progress is made, and last minute
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details are attended to. All that's left is
waiting for the chance to show off
what we've accomplished.
1.-juniors Lois Cauley and Lisa White, along
with Sterling Abbott, senior, are found adorable
on Double-Trouble Day.
1. Sophomore Chiefettes Karen Wright and
Anita Padilla "Rock around the clock" during
the Homecoming pep rally.
2. Bambi Frost, Sophomore, dresses up on
3. Bonfire workers Sterling Abbott and Stacy
Dyer take a break from gathering scrap lumber.
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