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Janie Teague starred in the Candy Sale Kick-Off
Assembly. Julie Larsen and Carol Tada enioyed the JSS
Candy Apple Sale. Mrs, Beverly Martin, A55 advisor,
and Anthony Servillo s ared the stage during an assembly.
Linnie Aikens, first semester ASB secretary, typed the
binet and Congress minutes. Teri Husbands, first
semester ninth grade president, and Vicki Johnson have
been close friends for a long time. Laura Moder,
seventh grade president, defeated i5 other candidates
for the position. Dana Morris was named Seventh
rade Represen-t ti e to Cabinet during first semester.
S ron Soss helped sell at the Girls' League Pickle
Sa'le. David Fo and other Cabinet members led Con-
gress etings. Ca et was installed ring the Awards-
Installation Assem ly. Janie Teague. Priscilla Linn.
M. Dave Stevenson.
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editor, and Scholarship president Craig Alexander worked
at the polls during Congress electionsg Karen Frederik-
sen, first semester Star editor and second semester SAC
resident, bundled up for the Scholarship field trip.
Jacquie Rouse competed in the Knightettes' Track Meet.
HAnthony Servillo, Boys' League president, often sat near
second semester Girls' League president Sharon Soss at
Cabinet meetings. K Kathy Arnold received the first
"Most Valuable Member Award" ever given from first
semester Girls' League president Guidnia Arancibia.
Q Vicki Johnson, first semester ASB treasurer and second
semester ASB secretary, ioined Karen Frede-riksen in the
Blue-White Scooter Basketball Game. Priscilla Linn took
part in the "America ls" production. Kathy Arnold
supervised the ninth grade gradu-otion activities.
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M Counselor Bob Lunsford and Principal Paul Williamson.
Qiiounselor Marv Cira. Mr. Joe Dililoerl, boys' vice-
principal, helped supervise lhe Scholarship Snow Trip.
Q Mrs. Belly Sleinkolk, curriculum coordinalor, ond Mrs.
Kalhy Goffredo. Miss Margie Percival. Mrs, Marilyn
duChorme was laken lo lhe Molher-Daughler Banquel
by Liz Caslillo and Tonya Harnillon. Q Mrs. Lynn Mingori
Q Mrs. lrene Forsylhw School secrelaries were Mrs.
Minnie Wood, Mrs. Doris Hauden, Mrs. Jeanelle Murphy,
Mrs. Helen Richardson, and Mrs. Jean Johnson. Mrs.
Jay Schneider, girls' vice-principal. Mrs, Bea Kess.
Mr. Jean Malhias. Mrs. Theodosio Wilkinson gave
generously ol her lime os a volunteer reading leacher.
Mrs. Beverly Marlin. Mr. Andy Grenier. Q Officer
Larry Nilchman ol The Burbank Police Deparlrnenl was lhis
year's school resource ollicer. Mr. Terry Scoll.
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