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Pep Rally Spirit. The flag girls really show their spirit
as they jump up and down ro the pep bands musk at
our first pep rally of the football season.
Sophomores in Auditorium. Once again sophomores are welcomed ro
S.H.S. wirh 2 speech Hom Mr. Razkes on regzstralion day. Many lifelong
friendships starr on the first days of high school.
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Dust, makes sure that Steve Gra ves, the schools magazine representative, buys
A Welcoming Address. The new sophomores at Smyrna High school are treated to
the traditional welcoming speech by our principal, Mr. Raikes.
just Completed. As a result of incoming industry, Smyrna has upgraded several
roads and built many new bridges in order to allow traffic to move more quickly and
A junior Tradition. The purchase of a class
ring is an important part ofthe year for ju-
niors. Here, Dale Page checks the assortment
with Tom Yokley of Balfour Company.
A Talented Group. Eddie Paul displays his
musical ability along with the other members
ofthe pep band at the schools first pep rally.
Working. Because one of her many duties as a journalism student is selling ads Har the l
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Playing the Flute. Band members Melanie Glover, Karen Stahr, jennifer Weitemeyer,
and Teresa Bolton are seen playing in the pep band for a football pep rally.
In Assistance. Mr. Thomas assists a student as she completes her registration cards
Troublesome Twosome. Mr. McPeak and Mr.
McAnally seem to be having fun talking to each
F other, They are probably discussing the psycho-
? logical effects ofthe Revolutionary War on man
Cool as Usual. Tracy Howse, Duncan House,
Patrick Peebles, Chris Peebles, Anthony Simpson,
and Valerie Malone are having a great time kid-
ding around Rzr the camera.
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Ties That Last
Bonds that exist between Hiends at SHS. are strength-
ened each year as Hiends become closer. By the time students
become seniors, the bonds between them may be as "strong
as gold." When the students lea ve, many may become life-
Seniors have bonds between themselves and the school
and teachers that they will be lea vrng, Teachers form bonds
with their students and other members of the staff .Sopho-
mores begin to form new bonds with school as that bulldog
spirit is emblazoned into their hearts and souls. Team mem-
bers must form ties of reliance and loyalty in order to
perform to the best of their ability.
All students rely on their hzmilies for strength and encour-
agement from time to time. All of these bonds are important
to our school, homes, and community. Even when we as
students must lea ve, the ties that we have formed while here
shall be cherished forever.
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