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Page 17 text:
The central organization of the student body,
the Student Senate com leted another year govern-
ing curricular and social activities. The most
extensive project carried out was the assisting of
a faculty committee in the formation of a hand-
book which would be useful to new students coming
Operating under the new provisions set forth
by amendments of the Constitution, the Senate
stressed better study habits and the importance of
obtaining the goals set for future life.
Spending its second year in Sacajuea Hall,
Student Senate boosted activities consisting of
Ping-pong, dancing, television, and many other
social pastimes. Formal activities such as the
Harvest Moon Ball furnished lasting hours and
memories to the students.
A new and closer relationship with the facul-
ty Was one of the peaks which the Student Senate
sought to reach.
In the u er ri hthand corner four Bacone
C PP g
students enjoy a few spare moments of Ping-
pong. Dancing, a popular pastime, was
en'o ed by both present and former students.
Record player and records furnished by the
Senate provided music for the festive oc-
casions. Many faculty members seized the
opportunity for an evening out and fun with
We could have danced all night'
How about the Peppermint
The Jitter buggers sit one out
Page 16 text:
Treasurer, Jeanette Mandel, Secretary,
Rayrnon Postoakg and Vice-president, Goldie
President J. T. Carvell
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STANDING: Miss Jeannine Rainwater, Wayne Bailey, Bob White, Jim Neafus,
Joe Miller, Ted Lyons, Will Getz, Stanley Moler, Kelly Haney, and Fred
Boyd. SEATED: Kay Hardy, Mary Jane McAlister, Raymon Postoak, Jean-
ette Mandel, J. T. Carvell, Goldie T. Boyd, Pattie Richardson, LeVonne
Ahtone, and Mary Hill.
Page 18 text:
Tenors! All Here! Sopranos! All Here! Basses! All Here!
Altos ! ALTOS! All Here! This -is the familiar role call heard as the
Bacone College Choir prepares to mount the Red Charger for another choir
tour. This year the choir sang in the midwestern states of Kansas, Missouri
Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Minnesota. Presenting both secular and
religious music, the choir entertained church groups, schools, and various
other organizations in these states.
The traveling choir consisted of
about 40 individuals. A strong feeling
of the meaning to reach the hearts of
their listeners existed at all times.
The will to sing is the only
.-requirement for anyone who would
like to be a member of the choir.
Close religious attachment and
fellowship can be derived by an indi-
vidual who is seeking to learn choral
and vocal techniques.
Director, Miss Jeannine
Rainwater, and Accompanist,IMrs.
Dick West, take an advantage of
the one of the few moments for
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