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August 27, 2004

Thomasville - It was 50's day at Central Middle School. Students, and teachers were encouraged to dress up in 50's clothing for pictures for the yearbook. The theme for this year's annual is happy days.

"You get to act like they did in the 50's and you get to act different. It's fun 'cause my friends are dressed up and we both get to have fun," says 7th grade student Brittany Harrison.

The students with the best costumes were rewarded. The principal awarded $100, $75 and $50 prizes to the top three.

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