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Daren Palmer, senior, leads the football team through the cheering fans. Seniors, Richard Garner and Greg Wightman, show off their muscular legs during the powder puff football game. The Junior Class shows a little pride with their awesome Homecoming float. Jason Rydalch, senior, shows his summer ap- parel on Beach Day. We were finally able to wear shorts to school, but it was a fairly cold day. A planned fire alarm also reminded everyone they never wanted to wear shorts to school again. Student Life Homecoming 13
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Twist Shout Derek Anderson King Pam Jensen Queen Wade Thompson Prince Vanessa Lee Princess Twist and Shout was the theme announced September 5 in the Homecoming Assem- bly presented by the student- body officers. The first day of Homecoming week was dress- up day. Students participated by coming in their Sunday best. Tuesday was Beach Day and Wednesday was Powder Puff Football. Senior, Kristen Clements, said, concerning the game, " I loved it! It brought the whole class to- gether. We got to know the girls in our class better. " Thursday was Career Day. Students came dressed as what they wanted for their ca- reer. The girls wore the foot- ball player ' s jerseys during the day. At 7:00 p.m. the powder puff football game be- gan. The final score of the game was 14-12 with the s en- iors on top! Friday morning there was an assembly which featured a slide film presen- tation called " Paradise " . That night our football team lost to the Skyline Grizzlies. Saturday was the anxiously awaited Homecoming Dance. As couples entered the dance, they were surrounded by blue and white decorations. The theme was " Heaven in Your Eyes " by Loverboy. Brad Mortensen Duke Karie Weimer Dutchess 12 Student Life Homecoming i i
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Getting Into Karen Pond concentrates on getting the most she can out of her workout. uscles at Madison be- came the topic of many conversations because of the new weight room. The motto for the weight room was: " If you shoot for the moon and miss, you will still be in the stars. " An old storage room was turned into the weight room by Ferron Sonderegger, Kelly Thompson, Diane Busby, and Perry Robison. These men spent 90 hours out of school. The community and the boosters donated $500 to- ward this project. These athletes used the weight room from one to four hours a week depending on what their program was. During spud harvest there was much friction in the weight room. Some unknown people without permission got into the weight room and cre- ated a fire in the stereo. The stereo could be con- trolled by two volumes one upstairs the other downstairs. They turned one all of the way up and the other one all of the way down. This caused a short in the wires. The fire was discovered by Mr. Charlie Sullivan, custodian, who then called the fire department and they came down. The damage was minimal. With the new weight pro- gram, our athletes weere much more prepared than in years past. Paula Walker enjoys working out, her favorite pastime. 14 Weight Room
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