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Page 17 text:
AAMrs. Simon and Mrs. Wilson wait patiently for parents delayed
by the rainy weather.
AAPDO you think some of the teachers forgot their names? Mrs.
Laird and Mr. Miller pass out name tags.
AWhat do you mean our son's flunking football? Coach Crowder
talks to Mr. and Mrs. William Straub. Jr. '
PMr. James O'Neil receives directions from Cindy Almy in the
s , .
Paschal Pride Exhibited
At Open House
Open House, a brief face-to-face meeting for
parents and teachers, was held early in the fall
semester. This year the PTA promoted the theme,
"Paschal Pridef' which led them to sell stickers,
while the Spirit Steppers sold Panther stadium
cushions. The PTA also raised funds by selling
refreshments in the front foyer. PSOP members
were stationed at various halls to assist parents in
finding teachers Despite the rainy weather
parents came to give their support
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I2 f ACTIVITIES
Off A New School Year
At registration, students decided their schedule
for the coming year. Freshmen were surprised to
find that their classes had been predetermined by a
new computer system. Upper classmen met in the
large auditorium to hear instructions from Mrs.
Laird. Later they were dismissed from their
homerooms to scurry through the building. The
Leadership Committee and some faculty members
were stationed throughout the halls to answer any
questions about the placement of classes. Although
departmental shifts were made, the directions given
made all classes easily accessible.
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AAI cannot believe summer is already over. Shelagh Brown and
Trey McNeil discuss their schedules.
AWorld History will never be the same after us. Pearl Blair,
Larry Campbell, Greg Harris, Randy Morgan, Kevin Warren,
Sam Reeves, Benjie Silva, Mike Silliman, Domecq Smith, and
Jimmy Erwin line up for a history class.
4Susan Irvin, Tina Peterson, Reginald Jordan, and Savannah
Williams sign up for Mrs. Snyder's French class.
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Hollywood welcomed the freshmen to Paschal
during Howdy Week with motion-picture-camera
signs bearing the names of the freshmen posted in
the front foyer. The Leadership Committee,
costumed in Mickey Mouse ears, performed the
freshman skit. Students appeared dressed as their
favorite movie characters W some as M"A"'S"H,
That Girl, and Carol Burnett. The rollerskating
party, initially not a costume party, turned into a
punk rock party when kids came with orange, pur-
ple, and silver dyed hair.
Continuing the excitement of Howdy Week was
club day, when freshmen signed up for their
choices. A finale to the exciting school activities
was Dave and Linda, a duo who sang country-
western music for the student body.
The order of the Howdy Week was different this
year since the Howdy Dance preceded the week of
festivities. Hosted by PSOP, the dance at Metro
Center Hotel featured Ventage. Thanks to the
organization of LC and the cooperation from the
other students, the freshmen this year were
welcomed in style.
APDave and Linda sing for the students compliments of OEA.
PAlaine Capper and Doug Allen dance with their dates while
listening to Ventage.
Vjohn Ohendalski, Kevin Roden, Matt Graves, Chris Spencer,
Jim Bob Barker, and Tim Luster laugh during the LC skit.
VPLori Kasper signs up for the AFS club from Vance Bates.
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