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Students do own thing
oing to college can be a very important decision in
one's life. There are certain tests that need to be
taken, such as the SAT CScholastic Aptitude Test? or
perhaps the ACT CAmerican College Testing ProgramD,
which is required in many southern and Western states.
Before entering college there are certain courses that
need to be taken while in high school. Mrs. Sue Hobbs,
guidance counselor, suggested that college bound
students should take four years of English, as much math,
algebra, and Geometry as possible, and foreign language
and science classes.
A student's major has a definite effect on the college
they choose to attend. "Money and size of the university
can limit a student's choice," added Mrs. Hobbs.
Junior Suzie Orr wants to go to college so that she can
get a degree that will enable her chances for getting a
good job. Suzie also added, "The people in the guidance
office OUT O IOT. ' V some valuable information.
Junlors Brian Eckerley and Suzie Orr look through college manuals, hoping to find
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Good Prom main goal
XX The mainjob that has to be successfully fulfilled is putting
on a very good Prom," said junior class president
Charlie Walker. Thejuniors chose "An Evening at Caesar's
Palace" as their Roman theme.
Some money making activities were candy sales,
which went very well, and the first dance of the year,
which turned out to be one of the finest dances thejuniors
have ever thrown.
Junior class sponsors were Miss Margaret Toliver and Mr.
Mike Byron. Miss Toliver said, "My experience asjunior
class sponsor has been a good one." Asjunior sponsor
there were manyjobs to be done and a lot of hard work
Otherjunior officers included: vice president, Chelle
Robson, secretary, Maria Krabbeg treasurer, Malinda
Mongosa, and representatives, Blair Grubbs, Jim Hoover,
Regina Ryder, Reggie Ryder, and Jeff Wolfe. All did their
best to help out their class.
- Jackie Asrrup
Lee Ann Boone
X Bob Clary
I, 4 Kim Coleman
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