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Muriel Eckhoff, Myron Eidsmoe, Arline Gig-
ler, Esther Gilsoul, Robert Gnadt, Janis Lar-
son, Phyllis Pickering, Helen Schubkegel, Ro-
bert Skalsky, Alta Stadum, Elaine Stennes,
Esther Stennes, Elaine Thompson and Orleen
Warne increased our number of the freshmen
class to fifty. We were all kept one noon be-
cause one member of the class whistled. We
all gave out with our best whistles to help the
teacher tell which one of us had committed
the crime, but it remained unsolved.
We were excited taking our new places in
the senior assembly as sophomores. The new
member in our sophomore class was Jesse. We
built the bonfire that year and had a hard time
but with Mr. Johnson's assistance and after
scouring the country side and vicinity of Ada,
we produced the particular edifice, and our
bonfire proved to be one of the biggest and
best ever. For baccalaureate service our class
decorated the auditorium. Our annual class
picnic was held at Twin Lakes. It was rather
cold for swimming so we decided to have a
wading party, but might just as well have
gone swimming, for after engaging in a water
fight we came out soaking wet anyhow.
As juniors we won first prize for our float in
the Homecoming parade. We showed our
dramatic ability in our junior class play,
"Mountain Mumps", which was a great suc-
cess. A trophy of which we were very proud
was won by our boys in the Inter-Class Bas-
ketball Tournament. Anthony joined our class
that year. We must not forget to mention that
ours was the first class in recent years to have
a prom following the Junior-Senior Banquet.
Our decorations for commencement were con-
sidered to have been very beautiful. We used
great quantities of ferns, lilacs, plum and ap-
ple blossoms. It was truly a bower of beauty.
As thirty-one high and mighty seniors we
are now drawing to the close of our story. Our
senior year has truly been a memorable one.
Our Homecoming Queen was Viola, and our
float again won a prize for its beauty. In the
spring we were entertained by the juniors at
a banquet. In the past years our class has not
had to take a "Back seat" in any of the follow-
ing activities: band, choir, football, basketball,
publications and dramatics. Our Annual has
been the biggest undertaking in our senior
year, and we are proud of it.
1. Bob, our class president, has a later
2. Those knee pants, Dutch!
3. Sixth grade-We had a good idea some
of us would finally get here.
4. Our Montana cow girl, Phyllis.
5. Muriel, you've still got those dimples.
6. "Baa". They can't pull the wool over
your eyes, Orleen.
7. Scalp 'em, Margaret.
8. Vi and Bette, still dreaming?
9. Toot your horn, Lu.
10. Wipe that scrowl off, Leona.
11. What do you see, Elaine?
12. Vi, still a cyclone, huh:
Who's the cute little girl with the dog?
Could it be Almira? '
. Gerry whatta man!
15. Esther, still sweet and shy,
16. Our farmer lady, Bobby.”