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SNACK ATTACK Regardless of which lunch period students had, the cafeteria and snack bar area were the places to be when the munchies hit. For those looking for a hot, well- balanced meal, the cafeteria had the answer. The cafeteria ladies prepared and served nutritious lunches three times a day. Lunch finished, every- one eventually ended up in the snack bar area. WmL The snack bar area was where you could buy what you wanted to eat and relax on bright benches and tables. It was a spot where you could sit with your friends and chat, eat, or do what- ever. " It ' s a nice change from dreary cafeteria food. You can also get ' cuts ' from your friends when the super- visors aren ' t looking, " stated Derrick Butler. Kelli Lewis added, " I like having a choice of food for a change. " One minute a deserted area, the next it is livened with music, people, and laughter. 1 . Angle Adkins reacts to a jalapeflo in her nachos. 2. Danielle Sager, Sophia Martinez and Regina Neri munch and chat during lunch. 3. Also enjoying a pause that refreshes is Mr. Walt Lancaster. ZT 12 THEME
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COUNTY COME LATELY The new county building, officially called Jurupa Jr. High West, was initial- ly built for students with a handicap. Enrollment was not high enough to fill all the modern rooms. What a timely development! The yearbook class was displaced and needed space for a darkroom. Mr. Paul Sweet, principal, made the use of the vacant room available. The yearbook staff was fortunate enough to use Room 5 for the year, in air-conditioned comfort. The yearbook staff really enjoyed working in their modern new facility. Our new neighbors were also involved in our daily routine. Ms. Carol Tallman served as contact counselor. She helped place these unique students in regular classes. When asked about the program, Ms. Tallman commented, " I think it will work out well. The regular students have been accepting the handicapped stu- dents. They haven ' t been teasing them, either. " This exchange was a great learning experience for these special people and for those fortunate enough to have met them. M c 5. Barbara Hanaker signs to Nancee Avila and Julie Sparks. THEME 11
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5 1 " :zrT " -1- i ppPfM H K ' - ■■ a ■ ■ 4. Dana Konefat, Gina Mungia and Charles Man- ning catch up on the latest ' news ' . 5. It ' s strictly first-come, first-served service in the cafeteria. THEME 13 y
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