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Consistent with the latest fashions, Vicki
Johnson and Denise Luebbert add hats to
After performing in a concert, chorus
members, Lori Schmidt and Janet Muenks,
feel classy listening to compliments.
Showing off the latest styles are Annette
Kliethermes, Tena Robertson, Tammi
Holliday, Charly Earley, Tony Hudson and
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chic is easy for
Mike Nolting after learn-
ing he had been the
escort of the Homecom-
lOf Opening Section
Who says LHS wasn t
Her hair slightly longer on one side
had a rounded cut which fell along her
eyebrow The earrings she chose didnt
match: one was a diamond stud' the other
a dangling cross seeeded with diamonds.
She wore a red shaker knit sweater and
black stirrup pants. On her arm she wore
red and black bracelets. Cn her feet she
wore red pumps. Could this be a student
from LHS? Yes, this description fit many
as we tried to stay with the latest styles.
Charly Earley was one person we look-
ed to first to see what the newest style
was. Fashion almost seemed to be a
game to see who would wear the most
outlandish outfit. Shaker knit sweaters
and stirrup pants were the most popular
outfit. The ever-popular pair of jeans ac-
quired a new look with two-tone colors
and floral prints. Varsity sweaters, over-
sized shirts and sweater dresses were also
Tony Hudson showed that guys could
play the game too when he got his ear
pierced. As other guys followed suit,
Tony kept one step ahead by choosing
wild styles of earrings such as flourescent
orange feet. Rubber bracelets were also
popular for guys and girls
Fashion didn t however dominate our
world we were chic in other ways too
Surely Laura Mantle felt an air f
sophistication and excitement when she
received roses as did Monica Monroe
receiving an engagement ring for her
birthday and Tammy Robinson when she
got a fur coat for Christmas.
We felt a little classy when we attended
a symphony concert for credit points in
band. We may have felt dignified as we
ready a play by Shakespeare or listened
Elegant was the way we felt when we
attended the formal school dances. Girls
took hours choosing a dress, then hours
in the bathroom getting ready. Boys had
to find a suit or tux to wear, be sure Mom
ordered a corsage, and get the car clean.
Excitement bubbled as we entered the
doorg expecting a night we would never
Yes, we had our special moments
when we felt sophisticated, dignified,
and elegant. So who says LHS wasn't
Receiving a flower from an up-
perclassman could make any freshman feel
chic. Tammy Huether enjoys a snack at
the FHA formal initiation.
Feeling good after a basketball game,
Steven Patterson looks in style in the latest
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LHS students can't dance?
"We can all dance. Especially Darren Patter-
son when he twists," said Annette
"LHS students can get down because we've
got class," said Steve Wilmesher, senior.
"We know how to'dance. We can do any
dance you want us to," said Tana Sellmeyer,
Teachers aren't involved?
"Mr, Crow and his wife were excellent when it
came to dancing and dressing and having a
good time," said Tammi McCuskey, junior.
"The teachers participated more than in the
past years and they had a lot of enthusiasm,"
said Brenda Joyce, senior.
Our queens weren't special?
"Francine Voss was happy and excited to win
queen. She makes a good queen because she
has a cheerful personality," said Denise Lueb-
"Kim Samson deserved to win queen because
she is cute and she gets along with everyone,"
said Rhonda Koenigsfeld, sophomore.
Requesting the song she likes, Denise
Luebbert talks to the Capital Sounds
Glancing back to see what they are miss-
ing, Sherrie Troesser and her date enter the
foyer for refreshments.
12 f Dances
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