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Sill SBIISBUUIIBI DHYS
Homecoming. A whirlwind of activities are
enjoyed by both students and faculty. Six
days in which participation and school spirit
are at a maximum and student involvement
is evident. Excitement and anticipation fill
the crowded corriders as the seasonal high-
light approaches. A World of Fantasy.
The powder puff football game on Mon-
day night began the week. Prepared for the
game by a previous Saturday practice,
twenty-two eager girls filled the football field
with mass confusion and laughter while an
amused crowd cheered them on. "A dream
come true" took place on Tuesday as Joan
Costello was crowned the 1978 Homecom-
ing Queen. Her court consisted of Michelle
Elliot, Rachel Marolf, Connie Moore, and Jill
Warnecke. on Wednesday
The hypnotic glow of the bonfire attracts many Coach Jeff Kern gives his team advice at the powderpuff
1 on-lookers at the annual homecoming gathering. football game.
continued on page 16
The Homecoming queen and attendants: Donna Winfield, Wendi Puck, Bonnie Ceurvorst, Sue Hartman, Deb
Corbin, Kit Mathews, back row: Teri Breck, Flachel Marolf, Connie Moore, Queen Joan Costello, Jill Warnecke,
Michelle Elliot, Laura Eischeid, Renea Horton.
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Senior Scott Stevens and team mates receive
sideline instructions from coach Robinson.
Art club displays the winning float during the
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Thg 1973 homeocming queen is Joan Cogrenos By repairing the cardboard horse, senior Laura
Fischiein puts the finishing touches on the Aquesta
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Continued From Page 15
was highlighted with presentations by Bob
Mason, a mentaiist. Skeptical audiences
filled the auditorium but they were soon
proven wrong as Bob Mason demonstrated
his capabilities with student volunteers.
Some of his feats included correctly guess-
ing the amount of change a member of the
audience had in his pocket, stating the time
an old, non-working watch read after a vol-
unteer set the hands, and accurately de-
scribing a randomly chosen picture an audi-
ence participant picked from Mason's col-
Thursday's cold weather and rain did not
dampen the spirits for the night's field events
and bonfire. The list of activities included
blind-tug-of war, toliet paper mummy wrap,
dunking machine, car smash-up and a tricy-
As time went on, the crowd grew until
darkness finally set in and the bonfire began.
Cheerleaders led the rowdy crowd in echo-
ing yells. Mr. Rasmussen led the group in the
traditional snake dance around the muddy
track, and the evening was brought to a
close as the line broke into pieces and pro-
ceeded up the hill.
A resounding 33-7 defeat and the cold air
dimmed the Friday night game against Clin-
ton, but high spirits quickly returned Satur-
day for the Homecoming dance, A Journey
To Oz. A record-breaking crowd of students
filled the decorated cafeteria and enjoyed
the concluding event of A World Of Fantasy.
Homecoming. People are coming and go-
ing in an effort to absorb all of the activities.
They are waiting eagerly for that one special
night. Rowdiness and smiles are constantly
obvious. High school memories never to be
forgotten. A World Of Fantasy.
by Kris Smith
During the Miss West High Beauty Pageant, Mr. Ras-
mussen took time out to interview a past winner played
by Roberta Geisler.
Couples mingle together as they enter the cafeteria
for the homecoming dance, A Journey to Oz.
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