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Page 15 text:
Classrooms dress up for All-school Fair visitors
FROM THE FIRST DAY of March to the last, our
calendar bulges with excitement-projects .. . carnivals
. . . trips . . . elections . . . banquets . . . and even snow.
The campus umps with campaigning and tryouts-for
Student Council officers and cheerleaders. Announce-
ment of winners highlights the All-School Barn Dance.
Classrooms dress up in their "Sunday best" for par-
ents' visitation-showing off class projects that students
created for the All-school Fair. School buses and cars
loaded with noisy Tigers journey around Texas-to dis-
trict Interscholastic competition and to the Future Teach-
ers' State Convention.
The c'March,' of activities passes by quickly, letting
April step in.
5 All-school Fair
6 AY Carnival
ll All-school Social
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CINDERELLAS-Lee Giles puts last touches on her draw-
ing and Mrs. Terry sweeps up in readiness for All-School
Fair visitors to the Junior English exhibit.
CHOICE, NOT CHANCE-Diane Friedman chooses
to go with Ronnie Deaver to see the mobile Army
Exhibit behind the main building during noon hour.
Page 14 text:
Election of ofjqccrs highlights March calendar
TEARS OF JOY-Harriet Hubbard, Linda Vincent, and Susie Brown shed tears
of joy at the All-School Social when Harriet is announced a '65-'66 cheerleader.
OUT T0 LUNCH-Jo Ann Tyl is figuratively "out to
lunch" for a break from her flower booth at the
allied youth carnival.
HEAR, HERE-Mrs. Hamilton meets with candidates
Eddie Farnsworth, Donnie Jones, Joe Norwood, Bob Kelly,
and Allen Sanders concerning campaigning for Student
Body President or Vice-president.
Page 16 text:
Per ormanees 0 "Carousel" draw packed houses
APRIL-A BIG MONTH for Texas High-pops with
activities and fun. Future Homemakers participate in Na-
tional FHA Week-practicing the old tradition of giving
an apple to each teacher.
High-pointers in Allied Youth journey to Ft. Worth to
the Southwest A.Y. Conference. Texarkana, is well repre-
sented-thirty delegates come back after three days of fun
Tremendous applause swells the walls of our auditorium
during each of the three performances of "Carousel,"
given by our talented dramatists and choir members.
Latin and Spanish students exhibit their term projects
in the library. Future Teachers catch a glimpse of the
future when they practice teach for two days in our local
April days are showered with pep and energy-reflect
ing the Tiger spirit-full of vim, vigor, and vitality.
ROMAN CONQUERORS-Gary Holtzclaw, .lim Wdght, and
Mike Kusin get their Latin project-a Roman springal-ready
to attack visitors who arrive to view the Latin Exhibit in the
Library, April 21.
I'LL I'LL PLL-In the performance of
"Carousel" Gail Abrahamson, as Mrs. Mullins,
tells .Toe Hyde, as Billy Bigelow, that she will
never speak to him again because he has been
dating another girl.
National FHA Week
AY State Meeting
FTA Student Teaching
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