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7 38-Soph om ores
"Soph" Class Presidents
Demonstrate Good Examples
Sophomore homeroom presi-
dents followed in the footsteps of
their predecessors. Since fellow
classmates had already learned the
ins and outs of high school, the job
of the presidents was to keep a
watchful eye on "their" students.
Also in charge of any project the
homeroom elected to undertake,
they carried through to a successful
end. With painstaking care they
created spirit signs that would be
representative of the enthusiasm
and fire of the Class of '75.
Faye A dams l
Cindy A lewine
Gayle A reheart
Carla A ull
James A ustin
L ynn A ustin
Exiting the school grounds after a tiring
day are sophomore presidents-George
Lever, Chris Leaphart, and Mike Cart.
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Work and Study
Freshmen maintaining a B+
average in junior high school were
elected into the Junior Honor
Society. They had outstanding
leadership qualities and always
strived to do the very best work.
There was an induction ceremony
at the end of the year when the
freshmen officially became mem-
bers. They were given their
membership cards and the students
lit a candle to serve as a symbol
that they had gained knowledge.
Freshman Honor Society inductees are:
lfront rowl Carol Jeffcoat, Jan Risingerf
l2nd rowl Kirk Horton, Chuck Meetze,
Stanley Rikard, Monette Tryballa, Kent
Porth, Christina Southersf l3rd rowl
Janis Kruger, Mike Crapps, Ronnie
White, Dennis Slice.
Jo y Wingard
Freshmen - 137
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a Rikard, sophomore homeroom
'dent, supplements her regular cur-
um by doing historical research.
enthusiasm echoes through
on the day ofa football game as
try to obtain the spirit
wmp: m1u:1n- u :gig
C. H. Coleman
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