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Scott Paul and Lee Mitch-
ell pelt innocent bystand-
ers as participants in the
24th annual homecoming
parade. They rode in the
basketball team float.
While most students were
cleaning up after the pa-
rade, Greg Wells per-
formed uroadside mechan-
ics" on his Dodge Aspen.
1 2 Homecoming
Parade takes it to the limit
The theme of the 24th annual Homecoming parade,
"Take it to the Limit," was exhibited not only by float
decorations, but also by the fact that the parade was
the largest ever. According to parade organizer Ron
Andres, 77 parade spaces were filled by 40 different
clubs and organizations, making this year's parade
greater than that of any previous year. The Hurst
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police agreed with Mr. Andres as six officers and one
sergeant were required to patrol the event. Hundreds
of onlookers lined Pipeline Road as children of all ages
chased candy, waved to friends and relatives and got a
true dose of Raider spirit. The parade's September
24th date was the earliest in parade history.
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Riding in the parade as members of JAM, Cindy Rowan,
Beverly Long, Vickie Griffin and Randall Lucas display their
spirit as well as their faith.