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gool of the senior closs officers. Their first
occomplishment wos getting the student
body out of class for competitive octivities ot
the footboll stodium. Don Mongoso, senior closs
president, soid that the reosoning behind this wos to
get more participation ond school spirit.
Another trodition set was the selling of mogozines
instead of condy to roise the money needed to get
the senior pictures in color in the yeorbook. Senior
closs odviser, Mr. Donold Stone, felt that magazine
subscriptions would sell better becouse thejuniors
hodjust completed their onnuol condy soles.
The senior class officers included president, Don
Mongoso, vice president, Judy Hopper, secretory
Bobbie Sue Hawkins, treosurer, Tim Jockson and two
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Oster, representative, and Bobbie Sue Hawkins, secretary, not pictured.
Bill Adams Kris Akers Monroe Alfrey Tammy Ambrose Rick Andrews
Denise Archuleto Felicio Archuleto Stocey Ashbough Gene Azbell Steve Bober
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school lunch, senior Rod Schram plays N ,, ,M 5
the part of the boogie man in the E
senior class skit, "Friday the 20th, " in
One of the highlights ofa basketball
pIoyer's career is to be honored with
his parents on "Senior Nights " Also '
honored were the senior guy and girl
cheerleaders and their parents. , I
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BETH ANN LYON- JON RICHARDSON- SUE FENIMORE- DAVE KEIZEL-
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have so many decisions to because it feels good to be kind of depressing, because quite like it. The year goes
make after graduation." the best and high and it's going to be the last time by fast and then you con't
mighty." l'lI be with all my friends at wait for graduation night."
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Showing what happens to an Backing-up the basketball team, these
underclassman that walks into the senior women show their spirit and
senior hallway, seniors Mike Word, Tim what it is like to be an upperclassman .
Jackson, Greg Loe, and Jeff Fisher force on "5enior Night. "
sophomore Patrick Cooley into a
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Melanie Bacon Cliff Bakehorn Joe Baumiller Michael Bean John Benedict
Kristin Bosse Elizabeth Bowles Denna Bowman Teresa Bowman Kathy Bramlet
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Preparing for his newscast, senior Rod Schram looks over the AP and UPI news
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n a small 15' by 15' room, surrounded by album
covers and rock group pictures on the walls, sits
senior Rod Schram.
Rod started his disc jockey career when his father
bought the WAYT radio station in Wabash. He became
a regular discjockey during his freshman year.
He said, "A lot of people get jobs at various food
places. You can get really tired of making pizzas and
hamburgers every day. Radio is something different.
You get to keep up to date with all the things in the
news, and serve the community by giving then
information and free public services. lt's something I
really enjoy doing."
Rod disc jockeys mostly on Sundays from 3 p.m. to
dusk. Sunday is the only day reserved strictly for rock.
To close each of his program days, he plays songs from
his favorite group AC I DC.
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