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on e little Charlie McCarthy skit. The singini Ballad Boy's:
Raymond Finkelson, Byron Huseby, Eugene Eoyum, Eugene Nelson,
anc Eugene Knutson addeo more fun with Thelma Kalland at the
piano. Then Hr. Sorknes told about the trip UAlony the Goldin
Trail." Romeo, Frederick Schaeffer, and J.uliet,1IeVa Qual-5 .
came on the stage next, and they were the broaCoast players .
Celestine Vogt, president of the Senior Class, mam heir' first".-'
appearance on the radio stage with "ly First -3roe.Ccast." The
gong rang, and the program was off the air.
The room was decorateo in blue an? peach the colors of
the Senior Glass of l94O. This theme was carried out in the
table decorations which
consisted of placecardsx
candles, and nut cups.
I 'Q There were alternating
gil? peach and blue oovere on
FQ? the chairs. Eech person
1 K jf? 5 found his place by 'racet-
X I f nizing his own picture.
I After leaving .tne
X 4 - I hotel. the havpy ' groupee-
i I Hui of Broadcasters attendee
N .J -,l a show at the Paramount
theater. The movie had
as its title, HLittle Old
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JUNIOR AND SENIOR BANQUET
-n May 25, 1940 the Juniors and Seniors witnessed
the nBig Broadcast of the Year.n The broadcasting
A K! station was AHS, held in the Fox Hotel in Austin,
After a delicious meal, Diet of Stars, the station went
on with the program which was sponsored by Byron 's WMoro
Shine Toe Nail Pllish.N Bernard Canney, the toastmaster, and
Paul Larson, master of ceremonies, introduced the speakers
for the evening. The Globe Trotter, Herman Klapperiok, read
the Senior Class Prophecy, and Vernon Winkels read the Senior
Glass Will. When Margaret Duggan, the song bird of the Peach
and Blue Net Work, had finished warbling a solo, Harlie Mao
Narthy, Kermit Kiefer, and Neddie Wurgen, Roy Torgerson , put
Page 66 text:
he first annual field day was held at the Adams
N16 High S chool on May 17. All students from the
I first grade up through the twelfth grade
bpd put aside their books and spent the day.
A program of events was planned by Mr. Glesne and each
teacher was put in charge of a group.M1ss Westman had chgrge
of the first and second grsdcs.Miss Sanders third and fourth,
Miss Brand fifth and slxth, Mr. Hatle and Miss Jones seventh
and eighth grade boys. Miss Bataldln the seventh and eighth
qfsde girls. Miss Christensen and Miss Larson the high school
gurls and Mr. Glesne the high school boys.
,The day was very hot,and many got their first good sun-
burn, but the day was made more interesting by dividing the
school into two sides, the purple versus the gold. These are
our school colors.T he two sides competed against each other
throughout the day and points were g1ven,toognd at the end of
each hour, points were given to Superintendent Sorknes, and
they were recorded on a black board outside thebuilding where
everyone could see which side was ahead.It a was a sad ending
for the purple as the gold won the day with a score of 594
points to 295 for the purple, Nevertheless the purple still
held very good sportsmanship.
'Events participated in by the lower grades , were dodge
ball, relays, basketball throw, kittenball throw, broad Jump,
rope Jumping, races, and tug-o-war, For the junior and senior
high boys there were such events as shot putt, broad Jump,
high Jump, pole vault, cook fight, 100 yard dash, football
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