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Page 16 text:
lt's surprising the things we will be re-
membered for 30 years from today. Here
at the Oaks we spend most of our time in
church, classrooms, choir practices, club
meetings, lines, and the cafeteria. Even
though each one of these experiences has
its downfall, we have learned to praise
the Lord through all of this: We do this
because we know that these experiences
are what it takes to train us for service.
As one looks at the pictures on this and
adjacent pages, we see people who never
dreamed that this was the way they were
going to be remembered.
President-elect, Mark Washington labovel brings his
Wanda Lott is shocked by the snap of an Acorn
Jerold and company enjoys the lecture of photogra-
phy teacher, Bob Harrison, during class sessions of
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Page 17 text:
LE N NG TO SERVE
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Dr. Danny Blanchard, President of The Alumni As'
sociation, is a great influence in many ways. Wheth-
er it be psychological or financial problems, he is
always around to give a good cheer to take one
through the day.
The messages in song can never be replaced with a
million words. That's the reason why so many
gloomy days are turned into bright ones and solemn
faces to cheerful ones. One cannot help but to
wonder why Ms. Osterman is always so radiant and
jolly - well it's just what God placed within her and
she just cannot help sharing it,
Lstening to almost half of the student body's finan-
cial problems is surely not an ordinary job. Howev-
er, Mrs. Patricia Williams is not an ordinary person.
lt is amazing to see this lady smile after speaking to
all the students, but then her smiles are very signifi-
cant for they give one hope of getting into school.
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