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Christopher Soyke THomn Spinn Michael Suhlnn Jay Staehler Teresa Scamper Jon Sittmton Scon Stiles
Scott Storey Ron Stout Teresa Stoye Jeffrey Strayer Vicki Stricter Tracy Stropes Das id Summers
Jeanne Sweeney Das id Swenson l-isa Taggart DcMt avnc Tampkins Glenn Taylor Jeffry Taylor Mcia Teague
Denice Tcrkleson Christopher Terry Darren Thomas Cynthia Thomson Darrin Thompson Tracy Thompson Mary Thoms
Paul Thomson Brenda Tciman Ann Timm Douglas Timm Ann Townsend Jerry Trice Susan Trice
Ai the beginning of the school year, each class has students who run for the offices of President, Vice President, and Sec. Trea-surer. Being elected to an office the person must he organized and reliable. Knowing this the junior class choose officers President Kristi Fackel, Vice President Maggie Lardncr, Sec. Treasurer Linda Burkhead. Being President Kristi met with their advisor, Mr. Smith, frequently by herself to update him on information of activities. "Working at consession stands and having bake sales were an extra way to earn money” commented Maggie Lardncr.
Lind Burkhead. Maggie Larnder. Kristie Fackel look on their accomplishment .
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George Schluencen Kimberly Schlucnscn James Shoek Rhonda Sch »artrkopf Thomas Schwcglcr Michael Schwecka Son|a Scoti
l a«na Seiher Darrylc Sellers Jerry Selman Jonathan Sc Ivor Juli Shadle Susan Sharp Brynn Shelcy
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Yillie Sims Brenda Smith Constance Smith Permelia Smith Steven Smith Ten Smith Brian Soltow
Artistic Junior strings along
Siring, nails, a board and a covering-all ii took to make a string art project.
Various sizes, shapes, and styles of string art to complete: owls, horses, cars, fire trucks, water mills, and ducks, just a few kits on the market. The simplicity ranged from beginner to mindbogglcr and the patterns consisted of 100 to 1,00 or more nails. The strings could have been thin and glossy or thick and fuzzy. Eyes of animals could be outlined totally in string or a bead substituted. A pattern, supplied, needed to be followed exactly or the whole project would be amiss. Various stringing techniques produced a wide variety of effects: clock-wise or counter clock-wise stringing made a single line while a combination of these produced a filled in line. With the combined techniques on the board, the re-
Anuik |unior Penny Smith vtnngv the thread over the carefully placed nails.
suit was a stunning wall hanging for giving as a gift or keeping for yourself.
One such junior whose talents excelled in string art was Penny Smith. She had made several projects including an owl and a fish. "It gives me something to do besides watching t.v.” She gave several away as gifts to family and friends. "It is a gift that I can be proud of.”
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Russell Trout Arlene Underwood Jeffrey Unterscheidt michacl Un el Scott VanEarwage Robert VanSeseren Chris Vesey
Angilla Victor Hope Vogel Jane Vogel Gneg Vongkha msene Seng Vongkhamse Danny Wadkins Cara Vagner
Vilium Vales Kearney Valker Keashon Valker Keashun Valker Orlando Vatts Mary Veathersby Tony Veikert
Shirley Welch Ricky Veils Eric Welser Kelley Vendland Dwight Westerficld Larry Westland James Westmorland
Lisa Vcxell Michael Wheaton Anthony White Dcbbrah White Rick White Johnny Whited Stese Wiederkehr
Albert Williams George Williams Willie Williams Lon Williamson Marshala Willis John Wilson Rebecca Wilson
Troy Wilson Jeffrey Wise Stormy Woo Stesen Woods Kelvin Wright Bao Vang Frederic Yonke
Tom Zambrano Marcia Zessar Lisa Ziegler James Zude Shelly Zumwalt
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