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Post Script (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 1946-2003, October 18, 1946, Image 1

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BSCSSATIOJT OOMfTHPTKS MI3SI0H ACCOMPLISHED Cur f irs t organization on the campus ’ farsied early under the supervision of the t nos % ion teacher* ,%Lwaa Mial Baldwin* Thie organization was given 1 ■ ‘ m ittes. Katurslly, since l i t t l e was known of the qualifications and aptitudes of the strident s» the original body was merely a tria l group, mainly interested in getting something con­ structive in ^ro^reea. Until a student govern- meat is formed, this committee w ill continue to discuss and net upon suggestions of the students in regard to pertinent matters at hand. ■ Meetings ■re held on Monday night at seven- thirty.' Your F’-V^eetions w ill he greatly ap­ preciated. Let’s make Paul Smith's nore than a F»2, Let’s ma!ee i t a f i l l , complete story. L22 »S IEAP. IT I As nil orp’-nised school paper, the men- ' \ the -i ''■\•.'■I :Vct ;.d • •: i ■ ' ■* ‘ 1 • .. ;udent Body. “So hel 3 the staff f t is necessary th a t the the individual student be heard.. Your letters t coments, crit-.clems or whatever you have to offer should be written to us. Those contri­ butions that a *a judged worthy by the combined staff w ill' be -.rinted in the paper, and there- by open for debate. I f possible, action to bring about the wants of the Student • Body as a whole w ill bs initiated by this organised body. Letters of this nature to the editor may be given to any member of the “Post Script” staff and aroc .^’ir® for action w ill be de­ termined by the combined staff at our regular meetings* History was made Friday evening,, October 11* when Paul Smith8s sponsored their firs t dance which was held in the Hotel, The student body warmly welcomed the selected girls from 6a ranao Lake who helped to nmke our dance a real sac cess*. Bach g irl registered with Andy Ball, who presented each with a name tag Then Mial Baldwin \started the ball rol­ ling®1 by leading a Paul. Jones, Music for our dancing pleasure was transmitted th us over our own station. WP 5.\ operated by Bud.Tcwne, with the various recordings donated by Duane Tucker sad Tine® Fallon. Several radios were distributed throughout the b a ll­ room, mrking the rnsic audible to all* Decorations, which for the most part were gathered from our own natural surroundings with an added touch of crepe paoer and multicolored balloons in a setting °f candle lig h t , were uniquely arranged by the Interior Deco­ ration Gl'-'S'- under tl.p guidance of Miss Co;me „ During the course of the evening several contestant?- participated in a jitter-bug contest, vying for the gr^xtd. prise of a balloon. The grand prise was presented to our very versatile (,Vhipf< Jbhnepn and partner0 Before the close of the dfnee, President Lsasure heartily thanked our guests on behalf of the student hot y, inviting; then to return again.

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