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Preparing to leave for a weekend at
Furman University are the Furman
Scholars: Larry Forth, Jerrie Wessinger,
Marvin Sox, and Sharie Macaulay
Complicated computations are checked
and rechecked by James Austin in hopes
of winning in the math-science fair.
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Inspecting her reflection, Debbie Habben
xrutinizes the length of a possible
addition to her spring wardrobe.
Coming in like a lion, March provides
Joey Wingard with the perfect force to
compel his kite air-borne.
Much commotion erupted as
students hurriedly constructed
backboards, organized data, and
proved hypotheses in preparation
for the annual Science-Math Fair.
Last minute improvements,
although hectic for both students
and faculty, once again contributed
to the success of the fair.
Selected as Furman Scholars
were four outstanding juniors.
Chosen by the faculty on the basis
of leadership, scholarship, and
PSAT scores, the quartet visited
Furman University for a weekend
in March, Tours and classes were on
me agenda for Saturday, students
were encouraged to investigate
Helds of their choice.
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sitated variations in wardrobes.
New spring fashions aided the
females in augmenting their apparel.
Experience for themselves and
entertainment for the children were
goals attained by members of the
F TA,' they held story hours at the
elementary school in April. Tales of
"Peter Cottontail" and Easter eggs
came alive as felt and paper
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