From the Manufacturer
While the Class of '54 has much to celebrate, it will not eagerly recall the outcome of the 1954 Homecoming game. The Big Game with rival Lowe Valley was lost by the Roley Rollers 24 - 21, the first ever loss to the Lowe Riders. Homecoming was also marred by the tragic death of Becky Sue Lamour, a student at Roley High who was killed near midnight after the Homecoming dance, when the car in which she was a passenger stalled on the railroad tracks at Back Road Crossing and was struck by a freight train. The driver, Rock N. Roley, escaped without injury. Reunion activities will commence at 9:00 a.m. Saturday with a tour of the new gymnasium, after which Principal R. Anton Ravon will make his remarks.
Invite your guests to a lively evening of murder, mystery and intrigue. The long-running board game How to Host a Murder is back and things are getting funky. In Saturday Night Cleaver, How to Host a Murder for 8 People, youve been cordially invited to shake your groove thing at Stan A. Lives Flunkytown Disco. This happennin night includes characters such as DJ Wolfman Bob, superstar singer Manny Baritone and 6 other Bronx-bound party-goers-- enthusiastically enacted by you and your guests! Gather together in this scandalous 70s disco where Death becomes someones dancing partner. Use the provided crime scene diagrams, secret clues and more to solve the murder and boogie down. So bring your leisure suits, gold chains and platform shoes and take the love train down to Flunkytown, where they play that funky music till you die!