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People working involves . . . Senior
Class Officers . . . Senior Class Ad-
visory Board . . . Girls' and Boys'
State . . . Hall ofFame . . . Seniors,
seniors, and more seniors . . . Junior
Class Officers . . .juniors. . . Sopho-
more Class Officers . . . sophomores
. . . Freshmen Class Officers . . . and
last, but not least, freshmen.
The people known as seniors were
representations of twelve sometimes
long, yet exciting, years of school.
The seniors were easily recognized by
their eagerness and their ability to
get things done. . . . juniors were
known for their class spirit and en-
thusiasm. Purchasing class rings and
studying, showed the juniors that the
end of the line was almost near. . . .
sophomores portrayed the typical li-
festyle of people who are caught up in
the middle of things. However, after a
few months of wandering, they then
felt comfortable just being "right in
the middle." . . . freshmen were
young, witty, but most of all con-
fused! The collage of new friends, new
teachers, new surroundings, and a
new schedule combined to totally
overwhelm the freshmen.
But above all-the classes were
people being people-people work-
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People I 3
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I. Betty Jo McClendon, Sherry Seals, Connie
Gill, Gina Thomas, and Theresa Stephens show
their AS T pride. 2. Pam Foster wears her favorite
hatfor the pep rally. 3. Terry Dillon listens care-
fully during one ofthe Speech Ilplays. 4. Aundrel
Williams, Jennifer Porter, and Darlene Ratldf
pose during lunch. 5. Tammy Thomas, Tatiunia
Freeman, Gina Knight, Vali Hall, Stacey Seal,
and Shelia Crain all believed that 1982 Seniors
were No. I. 6. Bodie Simmons seems a little awe-
struck by Algebra I. 7. Robert Waits and Earl
Sanders seem wrapped-up in their chess game, as
Robert Magee and Floyd Timmons watch. 8. Brian
McCrey, Richard Payne, and Terrance Moses get
together in the lobby of the auditorium before a
pep rally. 9. Toby McSwain and Shelia Crain
seem preoccupied in the closet.
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People In The News
They come in dyferent shapes
and sizes, some leaders, some fol-
lowers, all people, and in 1981-82,
these people made the news.
President Reagan began to cut
come government spending, and
thus introduced to an inflation-
conscious country the term, Rea-
I t was the wedding of the decade,
if not the century, as Britain's
Prince Charles and Lady Diana
Spencer were married on July 29.
The ILS. made a giant leap to-
ward interstellar space travel with
the successful flight of the first re-
usable space shuttle, Columbia.
The names may change, but the
types of music people listen to will
stay the same. This year was a mat-
ter of something borrowed. It was a
year of marking time until some-
thing better comes along. Best-sell-
ing singles were Kim Carnes's
Grammy Award winning song,
"Bette Davis Eyes", Lionel Richie's
"Endless Love" from the movie of
the same title, and Olivia-Newton
..'frh:f 1 "Physical", which added to
the exercise craze.
Tragedy struck the celebrity
world with the deaths of valued per-
formers.Dallas cast and fans
mourned Jim Davis, better known as
Jock Ewing. Unanswered questions
surrounded the drowning of Natalie
Wood and death of William Hold-
And comedy lost a prize comedi-
an when John Belushi overdosed on
Locally, we had our own people
making the news. The Bogalusa
School Board tossed around the
idea of a four day school week, while
trying to weigh the alternatives to
the solution of our school budget
problem. We began to feel a little of
the pressure they were going through
when we were asked to cut down on
our electricity usage.
Mr. J.L. Bickham, superinten-
dent ofthe school board, announced
his retirement. He was very benefi-
cial to Bogalusa's city schools and
will be greatly missed.
February was not just a month for
valentines, in Bogalusa it was as-
suredly the month for Mardi Gras
madness. The second annual Krewe
of M CCA parade rolled through the
streets ofthe city in all its decor and
pagentry to prove that Bogalusa can
have and enjoy Mardi Gras.
Many other people made the news
in 1981-82, and many more people
will make the news in the years to
come. But whatever the case may be,
poeple have and always will be
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