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JUNIOR AND SENIOR BANQUET
Qn May 3, 1941 the Juniors and Seniors anchored and
Xeached their port at the Sacred Heart Church basement at
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After a delicious meal the ship crew was entertained..
by the captain, Mr. Sorknes,by the Helmsman, Henry Bevney,
and by other members of .the crew. Byron Huseby read the
Class H1story3Kerm1t Keifer read the Class Willgand Thelma
Kalland read the Class Prophecy. Next came a Clarinet Trio
by Shirley Tolstead,Kathleen Karsburg, and Natalie Ercken-
brack. Then Mr. Hatle gave an interesting speech titled,
UVis1ting the Ports.n
As the sailors had to set sail again before long,Vire
ginia Bonnallie gave a speech titled, WSailors Farewell.n
The last farewell was given by the Junior boys who
sang WAnchors Away.W
As the theme of the banquet was the Navy,the rnomswas
decorated in red, white, and blue. The Navy theme was care
ried out in the table decorations, which consisted,of
p1aoecards,flags, and nut cups.Each person found his place
by his name written on a small sailor made out of paper.
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Jects to help meet the quota Uncle Sam has set. We also
have many,members enrolled in health, thus cooperating in
the goal for healthier boys and girls to make future good
Girls are helping in the government program for in-
creasing food supplies by carrying out canning, cooking,
and sewing projects, and by helping with the gardens at
We had,a club tour instead of,the July meeting.
After the tour we went to Wild Wood Park, at LeRoy for a
weiner roast. Everyone had a good time. Two carloads and
a bus transported the members participating.
First place was awarded to the club on their booth .
Vincent Bolton was one of the County Health Champions,
He also represented the club at the State Fair. Lorraine
Meyers attended the Junior Livestock Show at St. Paul.
Vincent Bolton received a blue ribbon for his chickens.
The officers of the club are as follows: Edgar
Meister, presidentg Lorraine Meyers, vice presidentg Bob
Hansen, secretary, Elsie Wood, treasurerg Marjorie Duggan,
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A FIELD DAY
The second annual Field Day was held on May 15, 1941.
The school was divided into two sides, The'Purple and The
Gold. The all school captains for The Purple were Kermit
Kiefer and Genevieve Barthelme, and, for, the Gold, Byron
Huseby and Marvel Madsen.
Individual class captains for The Purple were! sen-
iors, Richard Nelson and Ruth Anderson, Juniors, Carleton
Johnson and June Otto, sophomores,Archie Hanson and Marian
Smith, and freshmen, Donald Larson and Catherine Kiefer.
Individual class captains for The Gold were, seniors,
Virgil Bergene and Mary Gerberg juniors, John Schnieder
Natalie Erckenbrackgl sophomores, Williard Anderson and Ha
zel Belly freshmen, Byron Lewison and Jean Ross. '
' Many records were set and blue ribbons were given to
winners. The awards were as follows: tennis, John Schn-
eider, broad jump, Virgil Bergeneg shot put, Carleton John
song football punting, Carleton Johnsong football pass1ng,f
Paul Erieg pole vault, Edwin Schumacher, high jump, Eugene
Boyumg 100 yard dash,Carleton Johnson, and cook fight,Eug-
ene Knutson. p
The girls were also awarded blue ' ribbons, namely?
basketball throw, Hazel Belly kittenball throw, Natalie
Erckenbrackg 50 yard dash, June Otto: tennis, 'Shirley
Nagel: standing broad jump, June Otto, and running broad
jump, Beatrice Mullenback.
Kittenball games were also played by both the boys
and girls. To finish up the day, the boys had a tugo'war
in which The Purple were victorious.
The Purples were ahead until Miss Anderson saved the,
day when she turned in her score. That brought the final
score to 401 points for The Gold and 401 points for The
Purple. A picnic dinner and a good sunburn was had by all.
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