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Ten boys and twelve girls from the iunior class
were bestowed the honor of being delegates to
Wonderful Wyoming Boys' and Girls' States, where
the students were allowed to view first-hand the
functioning of our legislative and iudicial branches
The future seniors experienced the activities tra-
ditional to the learning program sponsored by the
American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary. Cam-
paigns for office were conducted under the ban-
ners of the Frontier and Pioneer Parties. Each
nominee exhibited his creativity by the costume,
handouts, and speech necessary for candidacy.
Speakers included Governor Hansen, Sec. of State
Thyra Thomson, and Chief Justice Glenn Parker.
But above the campaign skits and the seemingly
continual singing of songs, the learning sessions of
the girls, at the University of Wyoming, and the
boys, at the Douglas Fairgrounds, proved a re-
warding educational opportunity.
The culmination of the week came when the
Staters assumed the seats of the Senate, House,
and court at the Capitol in Cheyenne, demonstrat-
ing for one day their prowess in governmental ad-
Left to right, sitting: Pete McKeever, Bruce Anderson, John Whiston, Greg Hueni, John Oden, Bob Edelman. Standing: Barry Hoke, Bob
Hardy, Bob Kegley, Mike Best.