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People Being People
People being people involves . . .
school . . . lunch . . . tests . . . pep
rallies . . . homecoming . . . lockers
. . . games people play . . . teacher's
talent show . . . Almost Anything
Goes . . . trip to Europe . . . Honor's
Day . . . Mid-term Graduation . . .
Honor Graduates . . . Senior Hon-
or's Night . . . graduation and the
People being people at wacky
parties, at homecoming, at funfilled
pep rallies, and during the thrill of
victories at sporting events I some-
times the agony of defeatj . . . all
went into the making ofa Bogalusa
High School student's life. Variety
is the spice of lUe, and BHS had
plenty of it. Homecoming 1981
brought a surge of spirit to the stu-
dent body. The teacher's talent show
gave the faculty and staff a chance
to display their abilities and ex-
press themselves through their per-
formances. "Almost Anything
Goes" added to the rivalry among
the classes. Pep rallies were a time
when .lack fans could release all the
spirit they had stored in them and
show others what spirited people the
Lumberjacks really were. The band,
chorus, cheerleaders, and paper-
dolls entertained us. Our favorite
fast-food hangouts satisfied our
hunger. Honor's Day provided a
time for all underclassmen to be
recognized for their outstanding
achievements. Graduation severed
the last ties ofthe seniors with BHS
and fulfilled every senior's dream.
A Lumberjack didn't have to worry
about fitting in, because students at
BHS were people being people.
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I. BHS Cheerleaders want the Jack fans to
get 'fired-up" for the big play-off game. 2.
During a Speech II play practice, Melanie
Starnes awaits her turn. 3. Mrs. Holcomb
receives a direct hit from an unknown snow-
ball thrower inAustria. 4. The Key Club bon-
fire highlighted Homecoming festivities. 5.
French and Spanish club members, Bitsy
Daigle, Mary Lee, Brian Holmes, Melinda
McNeese, and Susan Knight, enjoy a quick
game of UNO at one of the airports before
their departure. 6. The Jacks are on the drive
for another touchdown. 7. Kim Gryjin gets
ready to "throw me something, Mister" dur
ing the 1982 Bogalusa Mardi Gras parade. 8
Greg Bennett seems to enjoy walking with
CathyAverette during the presentation ofthe
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People, we've got people . . .
Miles and miles ofpeople . . . peo-
ple doing things, saying things,
whispering . . . people doing noth-
ing, saying nothing, just being
people. People smiling, people
laughing, people sneering. . .peo-
ple reflecting, doubting, ponder-
ing . . . people just being people
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