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1. Cross Country has only a few partieipants,
but those competing must be'df-dieated. Bill
Galt fights off the fatigue that is part of the
demanding sport. 2. Student Couneil members
work hard"to plan many aetivities for the stu-
dent body. Jeff Hawkins delivers his Campaign
speeeh for the Student Council elections. 3.
Band members spent heetie moments loading
buses in preparation for their trip to the
Orange Bowl. Julie Houska expresses her
extreme enthusiasm. 4. The first play of the
season. "Girl Crazy," was a great sueeess.
Mark Mitchell, Chris Drew, Dan Rodden, and
Julie Cavanaugh demonstrate their talents.
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MHS Students Strive
Montieello High Sehool students
are gixen many opportunities
throughout this year to expand their
various interests. hobbies, and goals.
The new Freshmen were adjusting
to a new way of sehool life. During
the first few weeks of the new year.
the busy sehedule and unfamiliar
environment seemed overwhelming.
The Sophomores ff-It more at ease
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1. Pep Club members rheer the teams to vie-
tory. Connie Leltimore, Steve Kolberg. Lois
Kinman, Julie Hood, Lori Petro. Terri Norrie,
Paula l,ubbers, Lisa Olsson, Denise Mueller,
and ,lanel Nixon enthusiastieally show how it is
done. Ll. l".l'i. rlasses learn to play golf. one of
the more demanding sports. Susan Taylor tries
to master the skill with the help of Mr, Miller.
3. lournalism students work hard to make the
Sarilu' a Nll1'l'4'NN. Andrea Sloerger and Cindy
Dean work diligently to me-et a deadline. 4.
The Srllolaslii' Bowl loam finished the year
with a 5 and 9 rerord. Bill lVleNabb. Slew-
Nlitn. liIHl'1' Bai hman, Stew Kolberg, and
fireg flhapman exhibit their intelligence
sinee they had beeome aeeustomed to
the routines. pressures. and work
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i The Junior year brings the exeite-
ment of being an upperelassman.
They start deeiding on plans after
graduation and readying themselves
for their first prom.
For the Senior. the end draws near
and the pressures of graduation, pie-
tures, announcements, and postgrad-
uation plans seem to all come at
onee. The seniors look back over
their high sehool years remembering
all the good and had moments of high
The 1978-1979 school year will be
remembered as a year filled with suc-
cess and accomplishment.
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