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Summer 1981 Review
Summer, for many, meant relaxation, fun, and a
vacation from the anxiety and tests and pressures of
school. Aside from sleepin' in, students also did plenty
of sunbathing, working, socializing, and for those lucky
Europe was a new, wonderful experience for various
THS'ers. Among them was Randee Farlinger, who
spent her summer in Switzerland. "The scenery is so
beautiful although the weather was pretty bad. It gave
me a chance to meet people different from our cul-
For those who just wanted to escape the Mainland,
Hawaii provided the perfect place. For two weeks,
Danielle Gogo and Kirsten Cross spent their time on
the Islands. Reminiscing about their trip, they re-
marked, "lt was great: there were so many 'Happy
Hours'! All we did was sleep, drink, eat, and lay out in
Locally, summer jobs were prevalent for those using
extra time for practical purposes. While partying was
not uncommon, the first nine days of August provided
the County Fair, with its own type of entertainment.
RIGHT: Kevin Vogt earns his salary working at BOIES DRUGS. TOP:
Surrounded by the beautiful Swiss Alps, Randee Farlinger takes the
time to relax and admire. OPPOSITE TOP LEFT: Biking in Mariposa
Valley are Alan Spengler, Randy Nordell, Gary Woods, Brian Court-
ney, and the unseen Rick Nordell. OPPOSITE TOP RIGHT: Big name
attraction Crystal Gayle, delights the Fair crowds. OPPOSITE BOT-
TOM: Danielle Gogo and Kirsten Cross trek across the black sand
beach of Hawaii.
12 Summer Activities
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BELOW: Female juniors chant "Go-Go Get 'Em!" threatening Oakdale. RIGHT: Senior songleader
Natalie Cusenza performs to Styx "Paradise Theater" at rally. BOTTOM: Quiet sophs wait for song-
leaders to start routine. OPPOSITE RIGHT1 With his back to the on-going rally. Thomas Rowan cooly
officiates the first football rally. OPPOSITE LEFT: Coach Rod l-lollars destroys '63 Dodge at Merced
rally. OPPOSITE TOP: Varsity cheerleader Suzanna Renner performs for Varsity football team,
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