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Page 50 text:
he-Annual Banquet to honor the football and
bgsketball lettermen was held April 1, 1941, nt
the Little Cedar Church basement.
The football lettermen were as follows: Rob-
ert Barthelme, Virgil Bergene, Eugene Boyum, Paul Erie, Byron
Huseby, Urban Heimer, Carleton Johnson, Richard Johnson, Engine
Knutson, Gerald Krebsback, Norman Levaseeur, Byron Lew1son,Har-
old Mandler, and Benjamin Winkel.
The basketball lettermen were as follows.Wi1lnrd Anderson,
Virgil Bergene, Eugene Boyum, Paul Er1e,Byron Huseby, Carleton
Johnson, Richard Johnson, Kermit Keifer, Eugene Knutson, Gerald
Krebsbach, and Paul Larson, '
Covers were laid for 150. A delicious dinner was served.
The menu consisting of baked ham, meat be1ls,creamed potatoes ,
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The officers elected were: president, Marion Smith 3
vice-president, Genevieve Barthelmeg secretary-treasurer, June
Among the activities which the Pep Club sponsored since
its organization are: a semester all-high school party on
January 22, ticket sales for the Athletic Club One-Act plays
and Athletic Banquet, candy sales at basketball games, tourna-
ment games and at school, bus ride to a LeRoy basketball game,
assembly programs before basketball games, and better cheering
at all games.
With Dorothy Torgerson, Genevieve Barthelme, and Le Donna
Johnson as cheerleaders, the club practiced ' cheering and
learned the new yells at the meetings. With new methods for
increasing the sum in the treasury, there may be sufficient
funds to purchase Pep Club uniforms some time next year.
Since Basketball is one of our most serious competitive
enterprises, that is the place where most of our Pep Club en-
thusiasm was evidenced.
The members enjoyed these activities and, consequently,
the Pep Club, the most recent organization of the Adams High
School, is considered a success.
We hope this club will continue to grow until the good
sportsmanship of the Adamites will be noticeable at all times.
Miss Batalden acted as advisor for the Pep Club and ac-
companied the bus load to LeRoy to witness that game.
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escalloped corn, perfection salad, rhll ,
pickels, bread, coffee, celery , Jelly,
cherry pie, and cream cheese.
e The theme, nathletice, U was very Q
suoessfully carried out in the program . ,-i-wzglli
Colorful streamers hung on the wallsg W-T'-M0 'A--W'
the tables were decorated with stripes L Il L
of purple and gold. Also on the tables
were vases filled with colorful flowers
of many varieties. Plaoecnrds of gold football shoes tied with
purple lacing also added much color to the banquet.
Dr. R. L. Bolton noted as tonstmnster. Speeches were given
by Mayor Joel Ulveng Mr. John Wagner,Secretary-Teeasurer of the
Civic Assooiationg Mr. H. J. Sorknes, Superintendent of Sohoolg
Virgil Bergene, Football Captaing Mr. John Ingvoldson,5taP ufho
loin ofLLubh6r Ce11ggg7Eugene Boyum, Basketball Bptaing
Mr. Elmo Glusvig, Assistant Coach of
Luther Collegeg Mr. Marvin Glesno
Coach3Mr. Hin1etQPoterson, Basketball
, Coach and Athletic Director of Luthcn
College, and Mr. Albert Knutson, pros-
idcnt of the Board of Education. Music
was furnished by the Girls' Octettt,
Saxophone Qunrtctte, and Pep Bond-ThiS
concluded the program for the evenin5
and also the athletic season.
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