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After becoming acclimated to
high school life, freshmen were
tested for manual as well as mental
capabilities. Clocked peg tests were
one of the reliable means of exam-
ining their skills. Also administered
mere the GA TB aptitude test and
the NEDT test of mental
Friday mornings, the main
halls of the school were plastered
with posters made by spirited
students. The signs of encourage-
ment and faith gave the football
teams an added psychological
Assembly programs donned
new aspects and formats. Interest-
ing speakers and other entertaining
groups captured the attention of
ordinarily restless students. "Life'j
a musical production, was present-
ed by a group of Baptist Youths
from West Columbia during
Religious Emphasis Week.
During the week of Thanksgiving-
Religious Emphasis Week- "Life" singers
enacted an inspirational message to
students in attendance.
Chosen as a NCTE Achievement Award
finalist, Rose Wessinger receives recog-
nition cards from Mrs. Sullivan.
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Novel ideas became reality at
the 7972 Homecoming Festivities.
Prior to the game in which Lexing-
ton was defeated by Thurmond
21-20, thirteen contestants and
their sponsors-senior football
players-were chauffeured around
the football field, riding atop con-
After being escorted onto the
field by the fathers of the sponsors
to the pep band's rendition of 'For
All We Know'at half time, the con-
testants eagerly awaited the results
of the secret balloting held earlier
that day. Hearts fluttered as the
voice of Chuck Sightler erupted
from the loud speaker, breaking the
silence of the hushed crowd with
the announcement of the winner.
The beaming Homecoming Oueen
of 7972-Luan Miller-and her maid
of honor-Joy Holman-were then
crowned and given a congratulatory
kiss by Lou Lang
Joy Holman, Maid of Honor, is pre-
sented to and well-received by her
supporters at the Thurmond game.
Homecoming Queen contestants are
Janet Poole, Joann Leaphart, Robin
Crawford, Audrey Buchanan, Delores
Wingard, Christy Clemenz, Carla Aull,
Kathy Mims, Susan Paul, Cindy Craven,
Joy Holman, Sheila Bailey, Luan Miller,
and Cindy Cromer.
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