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R. Acty O. Austin A. Baker J. Ball L. Bavor M. Bernard S. Canes J. Carvalho M. Chengson V. Critchefield K. Conning S. Brown E. Dunkum D. Echols S. Eichorn S. Faulk B. Ferreira H. Fitzhugh A. Franklin L. Green C. Gruber D. Hackbarth L. Hall B. Hamilton 4k ♦ ♦ ♦ D. Hardiman H. Harper D. Kanat N. Katz J. Kennedy A. Key
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Principal’s Message Clarence R. Jackson A yearbook, like a mirror, reflects what we intend to see even though the true depiction is often excluded. For those who possess this testimony of a once-in-a lifetime era, reflections of happy, more positive recollections of junior high years come easily. But we must also remember those moments of struggles, of trials and tribulations which ultimately become under- pinnings for individual success stories or lives of mediocrity, even failure. Reflections of struggles are evident in this document-in the long tedious hours of pre- paration expended by Mr. Catz, his staff of students and school personnel. To all of them we owe a huge debt of gratitude. Reflections of cooperative spirit are to be remembered for PTA, staff, parents, and general community who all contributed on significant ways. Finally, and again like the image in the mirror, this yearbook is to become your individual yardstick against which you measure the extent of your gro vth from King Junior High School throughout life. Take each inch of personal success and stretch it into a mile. Good luck! Vice Principal’s Message Olen A. McKinney 1 wish to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to the students and staff of King Junior High School for your loyalty, support, and co- operation during this school year. Together, I believe we have made much progress. However, 1 am sure you share with me the idea that there is room for much improvement. 1 encourage each of you to accept a positive and supportive attitude to- ward helping to make King Junior High an enjoyable and safe place to come and share ideas with each other. Remember it is not so much what King can do for you, but what you can do to help the school environment at King. A
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C. Knight M. Lee P. Levy E. Long H. Luke j. Mason B. MacBean A. McDaniels O. McKinney C. Miller P. Millman S. Mitchell 1. Navarro B. Paine M. Perry V. Pitner E. Poma A. Porter A. Robinson F. Russ L. Sheridan C. Schuermann E. Saterlee K. Siquera
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