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The annual Athletic Banquet was held at the Bacred
Heart Church Parlors on April 3. A large crowd attended,
and a splendid program had been planned for the evening.
The Parlors were beautifully decorated with purple
and gold streamers which are the Adams school colors. The
girls who served wore aprons made of purple and gold crepe
PHPGP- The place cards, cut in the shape of a football hel
met were attractively designed.Purple and gold tstreamers
extended the length of the tables, and the centerpieces of
beautiful flower bouquets completed the table decorations.
At 6230 the banquet began. A delicious menu was ser-
ved consisting of baked ham, scalloped potatoes, buttered
peas, vegetable salad, celery, rolls, cherry pie, ice cre-
am, and coffee. Following the dinner, Mr. John Wagner Jr.,
toastmaster, took over for the remainder of the evening's
program. D A H
Short talks were given by Mr. R. L. Bolton, Mayor of
Adams, Mr. A. J. Karsburg, secretary of the Civic Associa-
tion, Mr. B. J. Huseby, president of the School Boardg Mr.
Glesne, coach of Adams High Schoolg Warren Plunkett, grad-
uate of the University of Minnesota and a football star of
the Golden Gophersg John Schneider,captain of the football
teamg and Carleton Johnson,captain of the basketball team.
The honored guest of the evening was Mr. Dieg,coach at the
College of St. Thomas at Minneapolis, who gave a very in-
Included in the program were musical selections given
by the pupils of Adams High School. The Pep Band played
during the earlier part of the evening, Dorothy Torgerscn
and Lorraine LeVasseur Played a saxaphone duet, accompan-
ied by Shirley Tolstead on the piano. Vernon Gosha and
Shirley Tolstead sang two duets, namely: UI'm Breathlessn
and UMarine Song.nThayywere accompanied by Natalie Ercken-
brack on the piano. At the close of the program, the High
School Octette sang several pep songs.
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There were five cheer leaders representing Adams this
year. They were as follows: Genevieve Barthelme,a Senior 3
Lorraine Levasseur, Florian Wagner, both Juniorsg LeDonna
Johnson, a Sophomoreg and Dorothy Torgerson, a Freshman.
All of the cheer leaders,except the two Junior girls,
had purple slacks and gold blouses. Lorraine and Florian
had purple dresses with gold lined skirts. The cheerlead-
ers worked up many new yells and had very good cooperation
from the student group
The Pep Club fin-
anced an American Song
of a violinist,p1anist
and singer. Scheurer,
violinist in the Minn-
eapolis Symphony Or-
chestra and .a member
of the faculty of the
University of Minneso-
ta, and Williams,Harp-
ist in the Minneapolis
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will entertain here in
the spring. These pro-
grams are highly rec-
ommended for all per-
sons, both young and
old, by the University
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