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Page 7 text:
This is the year that was . . . 1965 . . . As we
look back on it, we remember the colorful weeks
of September that flew by while we were engrossed
in preparations for the Bellamy Award . . . the
chilly October nights we spent making campaign
posters for homecoming candidates . . . the long
hours in November when we struggled to memor-
ize lines for "Teahouse of the August Moon" . . .
the wonderful night in December when we gazed at
the "Mist" of the Holiday Dance . . . the hectic
January days when we crammed for semester
exams and college boards . . . the night in Feb-
ruary when we cheered Lumberjacks to vic-
tory over Eau Claire Me . . . the week in
March when we welcomed ,Q Teachers to the
state convention . . . the Ap as s that we nerv-
ously counted as we waite college accept-
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Page 8 text:
Student Council President Craig Karr welcomed students back
to the new and challenging year of '64-'65.
After a summer of many enjoyable experiences stu-
dents arrived back at school with an eagerness to begin
the year ahead. They shifted from the summer routine
to the scholastic schedule, making the school day a
definite part of their daily lives. Settled in class, stu-
dents decided that this year's grades were important.
The sophomores came in slowly, timidly trying to
find their way around the halls and still get to classes
on time. How embarrassed they were when they found
themselves in senior English rather than in their sopho-
more world history class. Camouflaged by their ex-
cessive paraphenalia, they were stupified by the casual-
ness of the seniors who sauntered about the building
with little or nothing occupying their attention.
Juniors, who had been anticipating the first assembly
ever since their promotion from the "shelf" to the spot
under the balcony, found themselves finally acclimated
to high school routine. Proud to be juniors they took
no pity on the lost sophomores, and only proceeded
in getting them more confused.
The "Biggest and the Best" found themselves enter-
ing their last year, the year of prestige. At long last
they were the senior class - the class that they had
always looked up to in years past. Now they had to
carry the responsibility that came with that title of
"Senior" - and they did.
Students Came Baci
During the warm weather at the beginning of the year, fire drills provided students with a pleasant interruption of classes.
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