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Page 32 text:
Band uniform dis-
tribution is handled
by a Band Boosters
Becky Sanderson is
being fitted for a
veryone Faces New Worlds
Sixty-five seniors and five sponsors spent Sept. 26 to Oct. 3 touring Washington, D.C. and
New York. The group spent sixteen hours at the World's Fair and took twenty-one tours.
Tours included Federal Bureau of Investigation, Arlington Clem etery, Library of Congress,
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Greenwich Village, and Chinatown.
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Time for a School To Come
August through November are activity-
laden weeks at BGHS. An autography party
on Aug, 20 for 1965 Speaker distribution
was last fall's first event.
Enrollment of 470 students followed on
Sept. l and with it the flurry of activities:
newspaper work, picture taking, gl a score
of annual social events.
Early in September and October, Voca-
tional Agriculture boys grossed about
51520, 037 .50 on 250 head of swine in two
October also meant tired, aching feet
to the 72 band members who marched
l 112 miles in the 18th annual Mark Twain
marching festival held in Hannibal,
Missouri, Twenty-two schools participated
in the event.
Student Council activities materialized
with Loyalty Week and Silence Day. Of-
fenders on silence day were fined lc a
word and sentenced to carry the "gossip"
The first red -letter day in the fall for
65 BGHS seniors was September 26, when
they left on the senior trip for Washington,
D.C. and New York. Going in Sept. in-
stead of April, seniors and trip sponsors
W' visited the World's Fair as well as taking
While the "mighty, mighty seniors"
were away, the "jolly, jolly juniors" were
home making preparations for the junior
play, "And came the Spring", which was
presented October 22.
Earliest fall activities always include the annual auto-
graph party and FFA swine sales. Students fabovej
gathered on the old high school lawn last August to sign
'65 Speakers. Terry Grote says as he scrubs, "You're as
dirty as a pig!"
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Seventeen boys were initiated October 7 by the local FFA Chapter. Mike Schu-
macher fcenterj rolls down his trouser cuffs while blindfolded. Mrs. Motley, spon
sor, and Elaine Scherder wok on second-hand texts brought in for sale as the
Student-Council sponsored stand. This service is offered during enrollment week.
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