Can you imagine a hayride, wiener roast, and dance all rolled into one? We did, and had one Saturday, November 12.
Promptly at seven, Betty Lou and Arthur, Glenda and Michael, Patty and Richard, Gloria and Bill, and Anita and Ted picked up Monetta, David, Rosemary, and Paul for a gay ride. The truck was filled with hay and we rolled merrily on, singing, laughing, and joking. Time passed and we thought of cold drinks and hot, hot days-so we rode to the picnic grounds. Arthur started a roaring fire while the rest of us prepared the food and wires. After the roast we went to the K.C. Hall for a dance. The decoration there was Autumn Leaves and we entered the Hall to the tune of that song. We danced 'till curfew time when we rode leisurely home tired but happy hay rider's. (Taken from the Maryon)