Bio: Slota, Sally (Senior Profile – Apr 1966)
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Apr 1966
Her friends call her Sal, Sally and Sarah, but no matter what you call here, she's the tall, slim one with the long hair and evil smiles. Oh, she may look like an angel, but just ask her about how she was involved in the Spanish Club sabotage.
Sally was born Sarah Moore Slota, has been one of the most active members of the Class of '66, and one could not begin to tell of all the things she has done. Her participation both of our class plays was indispensable, and she was the picture of spirited exuberance as she cheered the red and white to many a victory while on the varsity cheerleading squad. Sally has been the secretary-treasurer of the Student Council for two years, and proudly wears the insignia of the National Honor Society, but her pride and joy is the 1966 Cardinalis, of which she is the editor. A trip to Madison and the State Forensic Meet lie in the near future. On the basis of her scholarship, leadership and character, Sally was selected at Thorp High's D.A.R. winner.
Marquette University and its ivy halls are to become a great part of her life in the fall of this years, when she will begin collegiate study in Linguistics. We know she will do as well at Marquette as she has done in her four years at T.H.S.
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