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Keven Sass was introduced, and he read a prophecy prepared
by Isabelle Wohlers, who told of the wonders that the fArgonauts
were to perform over the land after they gained the Golden Fleece
When the guests became quiet, Herman said, UHere we have
something different. The girls' trio will sing WHarbor Lightsu.
The beautiful strains had died away when Mr. Sorknes, as presi-
dent of the Fair Board spoke. He talked about the fair and soc-
ial problems class. When he had finishedx the toastmaster said,
nWe're not only having a banquet but regular classes as well.n
H Then there was much laughter, until Mr. Glesne spoke. He,
too, had many things to say about the year's adventures. Mrs.
Zimmerman bade the Argonauts, farewell, for she had decided to go
on another kind of adventure. In her address she said many things
that pleased the Argonautsg but, above all, she wished them much
success in their voyage in quest of the Golden Fleece or high
school d1ploma.' Now, the guests left the beautiful hall to go
back to the Argo. On the way back the Argonauts stopped to see
the show, nI'm from Missourin at the theatre.
The NGolden Fleecen rang in their ears, as the Argonauts re-
turned. The task was most difficulty but now, Jason and his com-
rades were even more resolved to win honor for their names. Soon
they were to have a long rest during the heat of the summerg and
then return to put their hands to the oars again.
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Page 23 text:
In this place there was an automatic bell and every time one
took the wrong weapon with which to eat, the bell rang. ,There
was one person there who made so much noise eating his soup that
the bell always rang--boy was I embarrassed!
Then Herman introduced Margaret Duggan as the first speaker
saying, WPleese listen to one of the nicest and best girls of the
junior class. With ease and grace Margaret rose and Uwelcomed
the Argonauts to the Fairn. Cleo Helmer told them how they might
WGo to the Falrn. Miss Jones and Miss Sanders played a piano
duet. When they finished playing, Herman smiled to himself and
looked upon them and said, WMy, but that was purtyiu
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Then Wilbur Koloen arose and said, UTo you our instructors
and to you, future heroes we, the seniors, give all that we poss-
ess on condition that you make the 'best use of lt.N And when he
had flnlshed, he looked at many faces in the crowd and noticed
that Mr. Hatle's Judging team which brought high honors back with
them, was there: Mr. Hatle was there, too, but he brought some-
thing better, a maiden from Minneapolis.
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HE school board sent out through the whole district
First there came tventv one now composing the
ij a message of the voyage and naked' for lolunteers.
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,V Senior Clagg, The pnoun consisted of Joel Anderson,
Florence Brewer, Robert Finbraaten, Herbert Jasperson, Evelyn
Harrington, Joseph Jax, Alice Johnson, Herman
Klapperick, Bernette Mandler, Shirley Larson, Class
Warren Matteson, Mae Meister, Slgurd Osmundson, 1940
Frederick Schaefer, Bertha Severson, Jean Tiegen, Roy Torgerson,
Celestine Vogt-president, Margaret Duggan, Vernon,W1nkels, and
Marie Winkels. These were the first heroes who came.
And then there came a group who were both welcomed and rev-
erenced by Jason, They had for their oarsman captain, Thelma
Kalland, There were thirty-four that came with her. Ruth Ander-
son, Virginia Beck, Virgil Bergene, Virginia Bonnallie, Eugene
Boyum, Bernard Canney, Mary Gerber, Elizabeth Gilgenback, Doris
Hansen, Orva Hansen, Lucille Heffern, Eris Heimer, Byron Huseby,
Kathleen Johnson Richard Johnson Arthur Kalland
' ' , Junior
Kermit Keifer,Veronica Keifer, Sadie K1ng,Eugene Class
Knutson, Kathryn Krebsbach,W1l1iam Kresbach,Paul
Larson, Norman Lavasseur, Daisy Meister, Eugene LNhleon, 'Richard
Nelson, Marcella Peterson, Neva Quale, Marjorie Tucker, Raymond
Finkelson, Dorothy Heimer, and Dixie Elliot. This made up the
second enthusiastic group, A true sense of companionship devel-
Oped amongst.thom, They wore united with n true spirit of comrad-
shlp and cooperation, They were struggling for the.Go1den Fleece
and were put on the same boat to do what they could,
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