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Rappin' with the boys - Junior An-
nissa Taylor relaxes with some of her
friends after a winning football game.
Looking around - Junior Kelly
Koerner looks around McDonaId's to
see if she can find some gorgeous guy
who will buy her a Big Mac and an
order of fries,
ave you ever wondered
where your fellow
classmates were after
the sun went down?
The most common activity
was going out to eat with all
your friends, at places such as
lvlcDonald's, Bobby McGee's
or Pizza Hut.
But eating wasn't the only
thing teenagers liked to do.
Goofy Golfing, dancing, at-
tending football games, orjust
staying home and watch TV
were examples of other favor-
Nightlife played a very im-
portant part in a teenager's
life. Most couldn't wait until
that last bell rang to let them
out of school, so their nightlife
could begin. The activity of
nightlife helped make this "A
Decade of Excellence."
A night out - After leaving the Hello
Dance, Toro students walk out to their
cars and try to figure out what the rest
of the night holds.
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HGCIYT To I l9ClI"l"
, ' Who cares who's winning - Losing
all interest in everything else, senior
Matt Brown and Lisa Crist finally find
G each .,h.,.,.,.eg.m..
ooking back over your
high school years the
things you remembered
the most were your friends and
scoping out guys or girls,
whatever the case may have
been. For some, dating was
the most important thing, while
for others it was something to
do when they didn't go out with
friends. Whichever way stu-
dents played the dating field,
they always seemed to have a
Popular places for dates in-
cluded school-related activi-
ties such as sporting events,
dances, concerts and plays,
as well as out-of-school
places like the movies, restau-
rants, shopping malls, or
goofy golfing. Others chose to
take the inexpensive way and
rent movies or watch TV.
Some couples stayed to-
gether all three years of high
school, while others dated
someone different every
Taking the good with the
bad, everyone survived with
memories of their high school
sweetheart that they will prob-
ably remember the rest of
Gimme a hug - Senior John Stolts
finds time to give his girlfriend Jenny
Johnson a cozy squeeze in between
classes to show he cares.
Picture perfect - Todd Hall and his
girlfriend Maria DeMichael stop be-
tween classes to say hi to some
friends on their way to the lockers.
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