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(ABOVE) Steve Miller performs with the rest of the ninth grade ensemble in the Christmas program. (ABOVE RIGHT) Mr. and Mrs. Mazer speak with Mr. Stuckey about their daughter ' s grades at the first open house. (RIGHT) Jeff Todd and Holly Apperson enjoy a dance during the first Snowball. Old events made special Because of the new Jones and the first year, many old happenings became very special events. Just the fact thay happened during the first year at the new Jones made them special. The very first Snowball dance was held in the new cafetorium on December 11. It took awhile for couples to work up enough courage to go out on the dance floor. But soon everyone was dancing to the music that Energy Crisis played. Even Julie Harris, who was crowned Snowball Queen, danced. Parents came to see the new school and to talk to teachers at the first open house. Many of the peo- ple who came were interested in the triangular rooms and the biology classes. The first Christmas program was held on December 15. Ensemble, glee club, eighth grade chorus, and eighth and ninth grade bands per- formed. There have been other Snowballs, open houses, and Christmas programs, but these were special because they were the first at the new Jones. For some students this first year at the new Jones was a new beginning. For others it was a starting over. The first year was also a new beginning for some of the teachers and a starting over for many others. A new beginning for some, a starting over for others, a first year at the new Jones.
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Freshmen capture city title, Freezing rain pelted down as the freshmen ended an undefeated football season. The 22-0 rout of Mississinewa retaliated for the 50-2 stomping Jones received last year. Even though the rain did hamper the game a bit, it didn ' t stop Kelly Browner from scoring two touchdowns. Some of the seasons high points were: a 99 1 2 yard touchdown run by Cubie Jones in the Kokomo Haworth game, the first game at home, and, of course, the undefeated season which Jones hasn ' t seen in some years. " The new facilities have helped, but the hard work and determination of the players and coaches got us the perfect season, " said Mr. Donald. During an early morning practice, Rick Meyer said, " We dedicate the Kokomo Haworth game to Jeff Ferguson. " Jeff being one of the four players who sustained injuries during the season, received a bruised kidney during practice just a few days before the McCulloch game. During that game, Keith Hansel threw a 25-yard touch down pass to Billy Hannah with less than two minutes left to ice the championship. Jones had already stomped Justice 28-14 in their seasonal opener. Although Jones shut out three teams this year, the most exciting part was when Cubie Jones ran Jones ' first touchdown on their home field. The touchdown came on Jones ' first play at home on a sweep around the end and the points helped the Panthers mutilate Huntington Crestview 38-0. The same Jones team that went 1-5 last year went 5-0 this year. ABOVE: Kelly Browner races for a touchdown during the Huntington Crestview game. Jones won the game 38-0. RIGHT: Mr. Donald talks strategy to team as Coaches Mr. Butler and Mr. Emmons look on. FAR RIGHT: The Jones offense accumulated a total of 1 14 points as opposed to 22 for the overall opponents. Pictured at far right is second string offense during the Huntington Crestview game. Jones Team Opp 28 Justice Huntington 14 38 Crestview 6 McCulloch 20 Kokomo Haworth 8 22 Mississinewa Anderson North game cance lied
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