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There's a test? Seniors Jill Robinson, Ray Ussery and Cindy Hadley Day, Senior Linda Lieberman W0n,t
talk about their first hour class at a morning dance held in the Quad. believe an unseen fl-iend'S remarks-
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Talking and socializing part of the ROAD
Part of growing up, part of becoming edu- to anyone and everyone. The subjects discussed
cated, is to learn to get along with other people, covered anything and everything. We were cur-
to talk with them, to try to understand how they ious and wanted to know. So we asked, we
think, what they believe and why they believe it. talked, we socialized.
We took all of the opportunities offered to talk
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So that's what happened! Sophomores Dina Giacoletti, Tammy O'Dell and Julie Bishop
discuss people, places and things at a school dance.
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Socializing 'g reat' at dances
Among the best places to socialize on our trip down the
ROAD TO THE FUTURE was a school dance. It was also one
of the few places where we could relax, forget our inhibitions
and let ourseves go. We could talk, dance to wild rock beats or
slow mood songs. Regardless of what was being played, we
were having fun. And we were learning. Learning about people
and what we must do to get along with them both now and later
in our lives.
Do it this way! Senior Verna DeBow Cbackgroundl seemed happy about
the way Senior Leslie Watrous was teaching Senior Eric Norberg a
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Man, that's great! Seemingly lost in a
private world, Junior Blaine McCauley
danced to a driving beat.
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