Lakota High School - Lakhian Yearbook (Kansas, OH)

 - Class of 1983

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The freshmen may wonder if it's really all it's "cracked up" to be. But the upperclassmen will tell them that it's only what they make it. For some, high school is the best time of their lives . . . spending time with friends . . . get- ting rowdy in study hall with only the pressures of Friday's upcoming test to momentarily get them downg but others see it only as a waiting period until they can get on to bigger and better things. The sophomores and juniors may be thinking that it will never end and that gradua- tion day will always bejust one step beyond their grasp. A. You may have covered up your neck and walked by fast as you saw Lorrel Mullholand in the halls on Halloween. B. Mr. Scherger presents his red-tailed hawk to a mystified group of students. C. The lack of students lends on eerie cast to the halls. D. Homecoming is filled with many fun and challenging events such as this. E. Nancy Saalman strives to improve her typing skills. F. Working with clay is not an easy task but Dave Ritter seems to have everything under control.



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But the seniors ore suddenly seeing the post four yeors through different eyes. They were ot the top of one lodder but ore now finding themselves ot the bottom of onother with Q whole new beginn- ing . . . new friends . . . new views on life. And sud- denly those four yeors don't seem quite so long ofteroll. But there's one thing for sure . . . This is it! There will never be onother time in our lives such os this, nor will opportunities be so plentiful. Our success in life will be determined by how we use this time. Whether we enjoy it or not, oll will ogree thot it is on experience thot will never be forgotten. Reflect upon todoy but never lose sight of the promises of tomorrow. This is it! . . . Whot does it meon to you? 4 aww ,.,, :ff , V . . , tt in pf, ,.... .V 1,14 we 8 A. B. C. Rhonda Cooley shores her time with o little friend for home economics. Woyne Turpin gets the opportunity to express some of his interests in ort. Showing interest in whot's happening on the proctice field, Cooch Devol, Cooch White, Curt Richords, ond Tim .Iomes wotch from the stonds. D. While Mr. Szobo exploins "The Scorlet Letter," Lori Bowmon listens in- tently ond gets some notes.

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