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. . . One Where the West .Begins
This year we find the world more at
peace than it has been several
years. The boys are ba ome, tam-
ilies are reugfted, an ost of our fears
abolished. it e pirit Happiness
and Frivolit h retur d, the staff
and so 716:55 ere the
Our unusual division page pictures
were taken at Paleface Ranch, owned
by Mr. Malcolm Levi, who invited us to
his ranch for that purpose. We are very
proud to present our teachers as the
Foremen. They corral and protect the
Cowpunchers Cseniorsj, Wranglers
fjuniorsl, Tenderfeet Csophomoresl,
from year to year. We, the students, as
dogies, could not progress along the
trail Without their guidance. The Campfire, or our club life, is looked forward to with much anti-
cipation, for we know the pleasure and friendship which results. ln the feature section, or
Round-Up, vim and vitality are found in club action, chorus, band life, and dramatics.
Next there are the Rangers, or ROTC. Iust as the Texas Rangers maintain law and order, so
does the ROTC teach respect for discipline and routine. As the cowboys tire of everyday
duties on the ranch and look forward to the Rodeo, so do the ranch-hands of BHS, weary
from their everyday duties, eagerly turn to sports. Last, but certainly not least, is the Wrangf
ling, or activities, such as, parties, picnics, and dances, all of which tend to cement the ground
for life-long friendships.
The sta N, fy 5 ponsor have worked long, weary hours, sweated blood Cwell, almost at
leastl, and ears to present to you what we hope to be the best annual ever published at
BHS. be able to express our thanks and appreciation to Mrs. Tietze for her
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able 942253324 al cooperation. Also we should like to thank Mrs. Zora Melton for re-
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lieving agifftfh' tion staff of the monotony of attending to the business of "ranch-life."
Especiall e teful to the student body for their generous support, which has made
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