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Highlander 1968

Highland Springs High School, Highlander 1968 Yearbook

Highlander

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  • Page 35 and 36: Understanding and Sharing of Ideas
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    Mr. Farr Plays Many Parts at His Ne

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    Gives Secretaries Full Work Schedul

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    Moment of glory Awaited by each lin

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    During the Homecoming Pancake Suppe

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    Talents, Inc. Exhibits Students' Wo

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    D a n Meade finds himself surrounde

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    After Contest of Talent and Persona

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    Linda Hendrix uses a parody o f “

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    Linda Twombly Reigns at "White Chri

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    Setting for Junior-Senior Prom Acti

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    y Springers to Lead in 'G8-'69 Sess

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    Raise Money for I.C.C., A.F.S., and

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    During the special long homeroom, M

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    in Senior Class Production, Ah! Men

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    ment Run Amuck by 21 st Century Fem

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    Dining, Dancing, Swimming, and All-

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    Members of Class of 19G8 Graduate <

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    Experienced Springers Have 6-3-1 Se

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    Numerous Personal Injuries Devastat

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    88 Spirit Lifts at Victory Over Her

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    90 A Strong Springer Bench Helps in

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    Bobby Weis Leads Capital District S

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    Springers Lose to Manchester in Reg

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    perience Lights Way for Next Year's

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    99 Experience Piles Up for Future Y

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    Riggin is declared safe on third, m

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    inger Nine One Step Closer to Top D

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    Opening Game to Va. State Tournamen

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    Victory After Long History of Defea

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    End-of-8eason Tally Exhibits 3-3 Re

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    Force in Individual Performances A

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    HSHS Events and Bolster Springer Sp

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    Morale and Keep Sophomore Spirits H

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    on Projects To Boost Lagging Spirit

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    Spring Carnival Starts I.C.C. Loan

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    Candles Honor Newly Chosen Beta Mem

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    Mary Heagle, Carolyn Jordan, Rae Ba

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    Bottom: Bill Bost, W. E. Matthews,

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    Bottom: Pat W oodroffe, Shelly Walt

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    Debate Team Learns "Hard Way" at U.

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    French Pastries Give Taste of Chris

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    Madrigals Give Superior Shows and P

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    Bottom: J e ff Davis, Mark Hodges,

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    Marlene Patterson, Cathy Hunt, B ev

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    Black and Gold Plaid Spark Drill Te

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    VICA Sports G Trophies from State M

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    BM U b Row: Bill Hudson, David Payn

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    New Gym Aids Club Sponsors Variety

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    To Present More Complete Approach S

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    Qpringers in the Richmond Newspaper

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    Fling Takes Over Polling Responsibi

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    Through Newly Established Darkroom

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    To Perfect Yearbook Techniques A:

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    Each actor’s tiny part, Ad libbed

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    Seniors Take Roles as H.S.H.S. Lead

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    Responsibilities Lead Seniors •»

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    Pride in Their Past Accomplishments

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    iors To Reign Over Homecoming Festi

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    W trhell Wayne Flournoy John Watt F

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    After Baffle of Talent and Personal

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    Gooding Comprise High School Bowl T

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    Spice and Flamboyancy to Senior Hal

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    in Producing and Staging Ah. Men He

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    * ©tification From First College C

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    Backing to Powerful H.S.H.S. Teams

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    Seniors From "Too-Late" College Wor

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    During Last Year at Highland Spring

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    as Year Nears End Charles William T

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    Banquet and Picnic Fill Days of Sr.

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    Makes Seniors Look to Future t-’

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    Springers Enter Year Exuding Confid

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    Title of "Upperclassmen" in Second

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    Shrugs Off Tradition For New Style

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    epresented in Various Honorary Soci

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    Pursuit of Happiness Pat Mathews Mi

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    Senior Prom Joyce Pace Brenda Parke

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    8CAT, PS AT, SAT, ACT, NMSQT Tests

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    Candlebearers for Graduation Exerci

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    +o September and Their "Reigning" Y

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    Ray Barnett Allen Baughman Carol Be

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    Sophomores Search Feverishly for Cl

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    Jean Fields Josephine Fields Mickey

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    j Many Familiar Threats During Brea

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    Organization Needed for Successful

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    A feature film on one-celled animal

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    Fulfilled Responsibilities Give Sop

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    Wayne Walton Carolyn Weatherford Da

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    FAIRFIELD NATIONAL BANK No Service

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    NEW SYMBOL TELLS A WELL-KNOWN STORY

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    m ill PROUD S Y M B O L C o n g r a

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    A E R O INDU STRIES Executive Termi

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    K IN G S HILL P H A R M A C Y 3630

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    FOOD TOWN Owned and Operated By C H

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    Dr. Fred H. Campbell Doctors King a

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    E A C H O 'S ESSO SERVICE 3622 Nine

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    Open II to II Seven Days a Week Tel

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    ELECTRICITY: MUSCLE OF INDUSTRY Beh

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    SHERRY ANNE ALEXANDER “ Sherry”

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    gram Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 2, 3; Football

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    SCA 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 1, 2, 3; Ban

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    FREDERICK WEBB ROWE “ Ricky” 52

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    Acosta, Ronnie 162 Ackerson, Mr. Ja

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    Korman, Tim 222 Korusek, Jerry 177

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    Highlander '68 Staff Editor-in-Chie

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