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People Helping People
Music, literature, club activities,
and study were all part of a well-
rounded academic lU'e at BHS. De-
partmental clubs, such as the
French and Spanish Clubs, added
depth to the school 's background in
foreign language. The band and
chorus were our additions to the
world of music. Term papers, sci-
ence projects, mathematical analy-
ses were all necessary for the awak-
ening of the mind to new ideas.
But someone had to set the goals
and had to make the challenges.
WHO? Teachers. Teachers told us
the meaning of "Reagonomics",'
teachers explained the use ofa par-
ticipial phrase, teachers showed us
how to prove a theorem, teachers de-
scribed the process of evaporation.
Teachers set the academic goals and
challenges, and we followed.
While teachers were setting the
academic goals and challenges for
us to follow, some very important
individuals were making guidelines
for us to go by. The administrators,
namely our principal and assistant
principals, governed us with author-
ity and, at the same time, friend-
Librarians, office secretaries,
and custodians added the finishing
touches to academics at BHS. Li-
brarians were there with all the
books of knowledge, secretaries per-
formed office duties with impor-
tance on organization, and custo-
dians provided necessary assistance
to the everyday classroom routine.
The variety of courses, clubs, and
academic activities at BHS meant
that there was something for every
person. People being people-peo-
ple helping people.
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People involved includes . . . Axe
Staff. . . Band . . . Cheerleaders . . .
Chorus. . . 4-H. . . French Club . . .
Future Farmers of America . . .
Keyettes . . . Business Staff. . . Pa-
perdolls . . . Lumberjack Staff . . .
Spanish Club . . . Young People '82
. . . Student Council . . . AST . . .
TORCH. . . Spartanettes . . . Hori-
zon Cabinet. . . Wa Can Ki Ya . . .
Panda . . . Tanda . .. Navaho . . .
"People involved" were the key
words for BHS 's network of clubs,
societies, and staffs in 1982. Mon-
ey-making projects, worthwhile
goals, and overall common interests
tied group members closer together.
Whether the end results were for the
betterment of BHS or the satisfac-
tion of club members, each organi-
zation became involved within itseU
and with other school organiza-
tions. People being people-people
I. On bid day, Mrs. White and Beth Borde found
waiting the hardest part. 2. Cheerleaders Eliza-
beth Klimczak, Allison Perry, and Mandy Ryals,
borrowed the Paperdoll's hats for a quick pose. 3.
Keyette member Stephenie Jacobs seems pleased
with her gift from her big Sis. 4. The 4-H club
looks on as County Agent Darlene Jones demon-
strates barbecuing techniques. 5. By entering a car
in the Homecoming parade, the Spanish Club
showed that they back the Jacks. 6. Overcome by
both tears and joy, Jeanette Richardson gives Kay-
Kay Knight a big hug. 7. Ms. Windham plays a
major role in many ofthe organizations at BHS. 8.
Showing their SAK pride are Tori Kemp, Sophia
Lee, Cheryl Harris, and Merilyn Bush. 9. The
band, under the direction of Dr. Franklin, pro-
vided entertainment during Parents' Night.
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1. Mr. Cothern and Coach Murray try to get a
better view of the outdoor pep rally activities.
2. Making final preparations for the Home-
coming parade are Mrs. Happen and Elizabeth
Klimczak. 3. Mr. Magee prepares for his "Let
me have your attention for these announce-
ments." 4. Why would that nice police officer
want to arrest Sue Adams? 5. "Now, I told you
not to shoot from 40 feet!" 6. Homecoming
Day, Elizabeth Klimczak puts the finishing
touches on the parade plans with the help of
Mr. Cothern and his daughter. 7. A short and
to-the-point sign from office personnel. 8. Be-
fore the Homecoming parade, Mrs. Bateman
instructed the judges on the rules and regula-
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