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Page 14 text:
DONNA GARRETT JAMES BENGE MARK BLACK
SENIORS ACHIEVE GOALS
Realizing that the were spending their last days together at M. H.S. , the forty-eight seniors united to make
a successful fun filled, ear. They have striven to become leaders - scholastically an academically.
They have brought forth exuberant spirit, a distinctive loyalty, anda unique personality.
They have fulfilled a senior spirit by participating in school clubs, leading major activities, and doing the
everlasting stacks of homework.
An inherited pattem of end-of-school activities besieged them, the unprepared seniors. The annual speech
play in April took them into May whirl-of-action. The Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom offered them the oppor-
tun1t1es to dance their hearts away and be wished a fond farewell bv their successors. Seniors left expectantly,
arrived in a fever of excitement, and returned wearily from the end of the year class trip. The final days which
were both tiresome and gratifying, were anxiously awaited and at long last they did arrive. U
The traditional tears fell on many faces during baccalaureate, senior night, and graduation ceremonies,
Although these activities signify the end of twelve years of learning, they mark the beginning of a long search
for dreams that have so often interrupted thoughts. Some will cha lenge careers, others will attempt college,
and several will begin homes of their own.
The spirit of M. H. S. will shine forth in the hearts of the '68 seniors long after the bright lights of our depar-
ture have dimmed. As they look back on their high school days, they will remember that certain boy, that
special girl, those wonderful parties, and of course that precious moment, graduation night. The Junior-Senior
Prom, t e crowning of queens, and the little things like getting to class on time, throwing paper wads in study
hall, and trying their best to fake an answer on a test, will always stand out in their minds. There will always
be memories o that special basketball, baseball, or football game, and the feeling of victory' afterwards.
As they depart from their friends and teachers, thrall shall cherish the happy days and gay times at M. H. S.
They shall be proud to say that they graduated from ustang, and as each of them go their separate ways they
shal hope that they have left their mark upon the spirit of Mustang. A mark that will create for all who know
them, a loyal exuberant pride in them.
SHARON BooTH DONNIE BREsHEA RS SHARON CERVENY
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Each year the sophomores and juniors see the departure of a
senior class, a class of students rich in the knowledge gained from
a high school education and in associations. Through use of educa-
tional tools gained in four years. These seniors will be able to open
the door to the world of tomorrow. Sophomores and juniors look
forward to having the privilege of using these tools of education
and when they depart as the senior class of 1970 they too will go out
as students and citizens of tomorrow with spirit and exuberance.
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MIKE CLARK PATTI CRIBBS FAYE DAHL
HAROLD DA RROW LA RRY DeTAR SHERRIE DUNBAR
Senior Class officers Karen Smith, Beverly Elliott, Mark Black, and Dean Williams lead the other class mem
bers through a successful year.
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