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OPERATING complex machinery, Angie
Erickson, Julie Scott and Diane McConnico
assist students in getting their I.D. pictures
made this summer.
MR. Tom Dickson helps Kevin Samuelson
register for class at the English table during
senior registration on August 11.
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Although vacation wasn't of-
ficially over, seniors, juniors and
sophomores took time out of
their summer schedules to reg-
ister for classes.
The excitement of a new year
was in the air as students lined
up to get their IDs made and
sign up for fall and spring se-
mester classes. Seeing old
friends and reminiscing with
last year's teachers were the
rules of the day. Many students
talked excitedly among them-
selves, hoping to have at least
one class together, or joking
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about I.D. pictures.
The process of registering was
changed again as hindsight per-
suaded officials to return to the
"library system" as used before
going high-tech in 1986. Overall,
the old system worked smoothly
and impatient students were re-
turned to vacation as quickly as
they were removed. Students
registered at departmental ta-
ANXIOUS to have his senior I.D. pic-
ture taken, Kevin Schramm awaits the
return of the photographer.