Bio: Haas, Sharon (Senior Profile – Apr 1967)


Surnames: Haas

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06 Apr 1967

As a stranger in Thorp last week, I decided to meet some new friends, and started by entering the Dairy Bar where I saw a blonde-haired, blue eyed girl sipping on a cherry cokes and eating a pizza. For dessert, she ordered a root beer float, and I could plainly see that this menu had satisfied her completely.

As she stood up to pay her check, I notice she was wearing a blue skirt and sweater, obviously her favorite color. Before leaving, she decided to play the jukebox, and she selected “All”, “Moon River” and “Summer Wine.” Approaching her, I introduced myself, and she told me that he name was Sharon Elaine Haas and she was eighteen, being a senior at Thorp High School. I asked her what her immediate plans were, and she said that she was going to take a walk along with doing some thinking, her favorite past time.

As for the time being, we got into a lively conversation, and Sharon began to tell me about her high school life. Her activities included: Pep Club, G.A.A., Thorpettes, Forensics, Triple Trio, Chorus, Cardinalis ’67 Head Typist, Junior Paper staff, and the National Honor Society. On continuing her education, Sharon told me that she plans to enter the field of dental technician.

As in any conversation, opinions came up. Sharon’s pet peeve concerns a feeling and goes like this, “Teenagers destroy the best part of their lives by trying to live the lives of party going adults.” Sharon also had some constructive advice for underclassmen, “never procrastinate.”

All this while Sharon seemed to be in an extremely friendly and elated mood. Asking why, I found out that today, Feb. 16, was her birthday.



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