North Garland High School - Marauder Yearbook (Garland, TX)

 - Class of 1984

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Summer adds to mix Then, toward the end of the summer, came that horde of summer school- related activities, such as football practices, La Petite practices, band's East Texas State University trip for drum majors, choir's trips to Galveston and Austin, and the Marauders two workshops. There were, of course, those who vacation with their families. These missed out on all the local fun, but journeyed to places unknown to create their own. A popular vacation spot this year attracted visitors from all over the nation. It was the new Epcot Center, the newest addition to Florida's Disney World. One Raider prowled the grounds of the futuristic 10 Student Life quasi-community along with others. His comment "It's just fantastic . . . awesome. Epcot and Disney World are a separate new world in themselves." So the summer was made from a needed dose of partying, a smattering of good, healthy responsibility, a pinch of activity, and a load of inactivity to top it off. This was shaken well, and as we know, brought to a boil under that fierce Texas sun, and served approximately one school- full of students. SOPHOMORE DOUG GOODRICH prepares his attempt to knock Coach Barry into the dunking machine at the Booster Club sponsored Ice Cream Splash. Photo by Bob Dunbar INTENTLY LISTENING, Mam'sclle Lisa Murry receives instructions during a hot practice at Memorial Stadium. Photo by Bryan Cumby 9 a

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HAVING VOLUNTEERED TO WORK AT REGISTRATION, Marauder Business Staff members Jill Gordon and Stephanie Ward help to process the multitudes. Photo by Russell Duckworth N? 'V if ir DURING ONE OF MANY SUMMER FOOTBALL PRACTICES, Mike Michniak holds thc ball as John Dibiase does a practice kick. Photo by Bob Dunba "The lack of a structured day, being lazy and doing nothing are what makes a summer." Le Pham A splash of summer adds fun to the mix lf someone had asked just about any student last spring, how to make a perfect summer, the reply probably would have been, as Senior Matt Lee put it, g'PARTY!', Although partying was a main ingredient, other activities went into the mix, as well. Many found the most grim aspect of summer is that part when one realizes that there are such things as summer responsibilities fdifficult as it is to acceptj. Among these were babysitting, lawnmowing, and holding down a job. Summer jobs do have their payoff tread: payoffj. Junior Laura Killian commented, "lt's a living . , . well, almost." Of course, after the responsibilities, came the irresponsibilities. These included Steve Sellers' enthusiastic, if exaggerated, "White Water. Every day", sleeping late, hanging out at the pizza place across the street and various other teen clusterings. lrresponsibilities abounded Those without the initiative to get up, get dressed, and cruise to a hangout simply slept late and watched TV or went swimming locally. tcontinued on p. lOl Summer 9



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"Both important and satisfying, I got to meet people from other schools." Jill Albertson sparks students' participation Silhouetted by lights from the midway, parents and friends watched 19 Junior Miss competitors perform. ln less than an hour, the 1984 Garland Junior Miss would be announced and three days of Labor Day festivities would close with the crowning of a North Garland senior, Tiffany Turner. Work on the midway booths began the Friday night before the holiday. Students working for their classes set up games, such as skeeball, dart throw, basket toss and cat throw. "lt's great. You get to talk to new people you don't even know," said Sophomore Aron Riffe, while working at a booth sponsored by DeMolay. Labor Day itself began with the annual city parade led by cheerleaders, Mam'selles, band, LaPetites and a Sam's Posse truck. While Varsity Cheerleader Shelley Zachary drove a golf cart through the streets, at one point she collided with in events April Edwards, a Mam'selle. Meanwhile, the "Stars and Stripes Forever" was the pace- setter for the marching units. Earlier Saturday and Sunday, Junior Miss contestants competed in talent and physical fitness performances. Tiffany won in both categories, while Linda Herklotz also won in talent, and Jill Henderson won Spirit of Junior Miss. Of the 30 girls, 17 were from NG, and 7 of the 30 PERFORMING HER ON ROUTE TO CENTRAL WINNING TALENT PARK, Junior Drum Major Nick ROUTI NE, Tiffany Turner Karudimos helps conduct the dances to "All That Jazz" for the band in "Stars and Stripes second night ofthe Junior Miss competition. Tiffany also won in physical fitness and won the coveted Junior Miss titlc. Plwlo by Bryan Cumby Forever" for the annual Labor Day parade. Phulo by Bryan Cumby were finalists. Linda was the fourth place finalist. "lt took so long to get here, and now it's gone," said Toni Harris, a contestant, after the last group performance. Students broke down the midway booths and asked each other about the Cowboy game they had missed. Backstage, newly made friends departed for home as the midway lights went out. ,ff r Y-,,.-f 0199 EARLY IN THE PARADE. Varsity Cheerleaders Leah Rodriquez, Tami Jellison and Karen Rotunda leave from the Garland Park and Ride. As the last unit in the parade, North Garland was delayed more than an hour. Labor Day 3

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