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Page 10 text:
Parents, friends, and classmates:
Here we are at the end of another year.
This year, however, is a special one for the
members of the class of 1967. This is the
year in which we leave old friends, faces,
and the life we have been leading during
the past four years. We are now about to
enter a new life.
I sincerely hope that all of the seniors are
prepared for this change. I also hope that
none of our ranks ever forget the times, the
laughter, and all the help that we have had
during our high school years.
I personally would like to congratulate
my fellow seniors and to wish the best of
luck to next year’s seniors.
Now, once again, the familiar curtain
rings down upon another school year and
another senior class. We hope in the future
you will be guided by the same worthy mo-
tives that have guided you here at
B.R.H.S., for then you will realize your
goals. You are the class which has been our
predecessor for three years; we have
watched you with interest and apprecia-
tion while each year we have waited to fill
your place. The final step in high school
education has been reached by you. The
question is where do you go from here?
Using the standards of leadership and re-
sponsibility you have so greatly achieved
here at Black River High School, we hope
you can enter this perplexed world of today
and become successful. The class of 1968
wishes you Godspeed towards your goals.
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JOHN BOGDON BALCH
“When wine goes in, strange things come out.”
Banner 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 4; Prom 3; Soccer 1,
3, 4; Student Council 4.
Prize possession: cycle — Pet peeve: school — “That’s
John betchen!” - future undecided - the “in” look - flirt - cute
Bogdon . smile - broken foot - scrambler.
“Bogo” KATHLEEN AMANDA BILLINGS
“For too much rest itself becomes a pain.”
Hot Lunch 4.
Prize possession: Dick’s ring — Pet peeve: poker
players — “I don’t know!” - marriage - bleach blond -
BRIAN PAUL BISSONNETTE
“Friends are the most beautiful things in the world.”
Baseball 1; Freshman Reception 2; Prom 3; Science
Club 1, 3; Student Council 1.
Prize possession: Elsie - Pet peeve: dancing — “Come
on, boys!” - happiness - jeep - Precision Valley - Suno-
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