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Junior Josh Wilson deuours a dacquiri ice cone at
the Baskin-Robbins on Coit and Belt Line after
Not everyone goes to Baskin-Robbins to buy ice
cream for themselves. Senior Amy Lockhart buys
a dish of ice cream for senior Randy Bullard who
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'lt's the best time of the year'
"It,s the best time of the year!"
exclaimed sophomore Melany
On June 1, the last day of school,
the final bell rang surrendering the
students it had guided and con-
trolled for 175 days. For most,
summer brought three months of
freedom after a long school year.
Vacationing to far away places,
working at summer jobs and just
spending time with friends were a
few things that occupied the sum-
"It the best summer I've ever
had," said senior Natalie Harris,
"because I traveled to more places
than ever before."
While Harris traveled through
Texas and Oklahoma, groups such
as the band, football team and
Eaglettes practiced for the upcom-
Eaglette practice started Aug. 6
and lasted three weeks.
"Practice was a lot of fun but I
missed doing other things," said
Eaglette LeAnn Rushing.
When students weren't practic-
ing, they attended events such as
the Olympic Parade on Commerce
Street, Oct. 193 the Grand Prix, Ju-
ly 6g or the Olympic Torch Run
which passed down Preston Road.
"I thought there was a big
display of spirit," commented
Loran Liu, who attended the
Olympic Parade, "but I didn't
really enjoy it since I was busy
with my cousins."
In August the excitement of a
new school year started to build.
Shopping sprees, the chance to
drive to school and the
possibilities of new romances were
just a few things students looked
"I looked forward to being able
to drive," sighed junior Lynn Cun-
ningham, "until I found out .. . I
was grounded from my car for
almost a whole year."
Despite what happened to Cun-
ningham, school started on a hap-
pier note for most. Although many
like Chance Beaube protested,
"Summer was too short." - Philip
Seniors Lisa Tolbert and Laurea Dunahoe
wait while friends purchase fireworks for
the Fourth of July. Kweinbergj
Senior Chewning Kincade visits Padre
Island during the first week in July. Padre
Island is a popular place with many
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What is cool, refreshing, creamy,
sweet, and often very fattening? Ice
cream! A dessert that comes in hun-
dreds of flavors, textures, and colors. Ice
cream is enjoyed by people around the
world, including students here at RHS.
With three ice cream parlors located
near school, students often stop by after
school to get ice cream, and, since the
fitness craze, frozen yogurt has made a
big hit with students.
"Ice cream is the ultimate refresh-
ment on a hot August afternoon," said
junior Mike Burnett.
With all the different brand names
and flavors, one most enjoyed by
students is Bluebell Cookies 'n Cream,
but still some exotic flavors win out over
'Tm addicted to Chocolate Mousse
Royale from Baskin Robbins," says
junior Julie Vora.
"I like the ice cream at the Corn Pop-
per because you can make' your own
flavors," says junior Rene Bell. The
Corn Popper, located in Dal-Rich Shop-
ping Center, can also make any flavor
fwithin reasonl of frozen yogurt, not to
Swensen's Ice Cream Parlor also
receives a big turn out from ,students
because "it's the best around," accord-
ing to junior Wyth Thompson, another
Cookies'n Cream fan.
When students aren't eating their ice
cream on a cone, a hot fudge sundae is
favored, according to Theresa Quinn, a
Baskin Robbins' employee, and Anna
Lin of Swensen's.
A new delight introduced by
Swensen's this Christmas is the Merry
Mint Sundae. This includes Mint
Chocolate Chip Ice Cream topped with
hot fudge and served with a peppermint
stick. Ummm! - Amy Wolkenstein
Before going- to work at Braum's, junior Sherri Juniors Michelle Songer and Edna Kosfiszer talk
Demeson drinks a shake. Demeson and friends with fellow worker Julie Frost, a Pearce junior,
frequently go to the Spanish Village Braum's. before going on dutyat Braurn's. fScott1
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