Adams High School - Argo Yearbook (Adams, MN)

 - Class of 1939

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tWIW'WWE" SMWWWWWWWM Jumos cLAss Hxsfroav September, 1956, we set sail for ports unknown on a tramp steamer, and look where we've landed, in the 1959 nArgoW, our dream boat, that famous cruiser we've all hoped we might have the privilege of sailing on some day. ' Our total crew on that September was twenty-six, namely: Joel Anderson, Harold Asper, William Asper, Florence Brewer, Genevieve Brewer, Gall Bundy, Robert Flnbraaten, Evelyn Harring- ton, Joseph Jax, Emery Johnson, Herman Klapperick, Shirley Lar- son, Bernette' Mandler, Warren Matteson, Mae Meister, Roman Mullenback, Sigurd Osmundson, Arlene Otto, Frederick Schaefer, Bertha Severson, Marcelle Severson, Jean Tiegen, Roy Torgerson, gelestine Vogt, Ethelyn Wigness, Vernon Wlnkels, and Marie inkels. Our voyage, as a whole,was a very interesting one during our freshman year. We drew in the anchor in June for a three- month rest. Our captain, Allyn Hagen, then received another position. The following year we had Captain Emily Hanke. . In the fall we began our voyagegjust where we left off and sailed successfully for another year. We were then called nsillyu sophomores. We are now Ndignifiedu juniors with two new sailors in our crew, Margaret Duggan and Herbert Jasperson. On October 15, 1958, we were saddened by the death of one of our dearest mates, Genevieve Brewer. In May our crew presented the play, NPanther's Glawn, under the supervision of one of our captains, Miss Sylvia Larson. Our trip ended with the Junior-+Sen1or Banquet. Jean Tiegen SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY In September, 1957, our crew, consisting of 42 sailors, glided into our first harbor. We are proud to boast that our crew is the largest in a number of years. We were treated like a mere fresh crew. One day it was our privilege to entertain the rest of our shipmates with our green caps, dresses, and shirts worn backwards, with different shoes and stockings on our feetg and an amateur program in the evening. fFreshmen.initiationJ



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. -4, Hallowe'en is always a time of fun. On this occasion we held our first party. Many interesting games were played: after which a lunch was served. ' - r For one year we sailed along successfully and finally land- ed in an unfamiliar port labeled USophomoren. A few sailors left us: but we welcomed two more, namely: Lucille Heffern and Paul Larson. Of our 42 beginners we have 55 left. The officers elected for the past year were: President, Virginia Becky Vice President, Byron Husebyg Secretary, Mary Gerber: and Treasurer, Eugene Knutson. After two years of sailing, we are all glad to welcome a 1 three month vacation. r Neva Quale FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY As freshmen we enrolled September 5, 1938 in the Adams High School. Our class was composed of thirty-three members, of which twelve were girls and twenty-one, boys. The requirements for the freshmen course of study were mathematics, English, general science, general business training, home economics for the girls, and agriculture for the boys. . Last fall the freshmen held their first class party in thef gymnasium, We played games and enjoyed refreshments afterwards. Another social event of the year was the freshmen initia- tion. The boys were required to wear dresses, and the girls dressed like boys. The upper-classmen painted our faces and, tied green ribbons around the boys' heads, and the girls wore green neckties. Some of the freshmen were hard to recognize. In the afternoon we entertained the football fans with a snake dance in the center of the field. In the evening, the fresh- men were given a party by the rest of the high school. T Some of the members of our class did good work in extra curricular activities. Carleton Johnson won the Junior High School free throw contest and get a letter in basketball. June Otto won first place in the sub-district high school declamatory contest in the humorous division and won second place in the district contest. Edgar Meister won first place in the oratorical division in the local contest. We hope that our class will distinguish itself in future years as much as it has this year. , Natalie Erckenbrack

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