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Garlan McGowan, Loren Winterhof, Philip Lietz, Ronnie Preston, Judy Erickson, Carmen Nikoley
Ronald Patterson, Steve Peterson, Tom Grigg, Harry Melander, Carole Walton, Alice Noble
Front row: Karen Lietz rPresidenU, Linda C0119
Second row: Myron Radke rStudent Councill, Fran-
, ces Dahl 1Student Councili, Bob McDonald
ALBERT HUSEMAN, STANDARD TANK SERVICE
E. J. EDWARDS, HARDWARE
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Annette Schmidt, Connie Llchtenberg, Mary Louise Otto, Virginia Frederlcks,
Gloria Relvlllllard, Donna Becker, Doris Johnson
"Could This Be Magic?" Are these last year's
Freshmen who now swing into high school activ-
ities and classes like veterans? Some of their steps
will be taken in the following subjects. Let's lis-
ten and hear how they are coming along with them.
In World History we studied about the world
from pre-historic times to the World Wars. His-
tory furnishes us with a better understanding of
the world in which we live.
We most enjoyed learning about living things
and the dissecting of worms, fish, and grasshoppers
The first semester of English we studied gram-
mar. We found that diagraming sentences was
very interesting and helpful. During the second
semester we studied literature.
The main object in Algebra was to learn how
to figure with literal values instead of numerical
values. All of the Algebra students enjoyed this
Ralph Hogancamp, Melvern Husemnn, Jerry Buckendahl
Darrel Bama, Tom Kristensen, Dennis Otto, Vernon Hoops
The Home Economics girls were occupied with
their cooking and sewing in class. For cooking they
learned to prepare foods for different types of
meals. They were very happy to help prepare and
serve the faculty banquet. In sewing the girls first
made skirts and jumpers. Next they made clothing
of their own choice.
In Agriculture the bovs learned about different
tools and used this knowledge to carry out various
There were also turn-about days when the Ag
boys took Home Ec. and the Home Ee. girls took
Ag. Since this was quite different from the sched-
ule every one enjoyed it a great deal.
One of the most anticipated courses offered in
the Sophomore year is Drivers Training. Before
actual driving takes place the pupils study the
mechanism of the car and traffic laws. This should
insure better driving habits.
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These are the "Young At Heart" who
must now learn to adapt themselves to the
high school schedule. They will also begin
to consider what they wish to do in the
following years. This is the way they feel
about their first year in high school:
English, which includes spelling, has
often proved to us how much we misuse
our language and how we can improve our
speech and writing. However, we eventu-
ally get our fill of subjects and predicates,
objects and participles, so we have liter-
ature for the second semester. A book re-
port every six weeks and an occasional
theme or story are also part of this course.
Because of the conflicts in time schedules
the boys and girls are divided for this
The study of General Science covers
wild life, energy and space, and tends to
show us the complex things in our world
and universe. Frequent experiments help
demonstrate the facts which we learn
We really give our brains a workout
in General Mathematics class where we
learn almost everything that has to do
with numbers. Our teacher also adds many
new terms dealing with mathematics and
Girls who enjoy sewing and cooking
find Home Economics a useful and inter-
esting class filled with worthwhile infor-
mation and many new experiences.
While the girls are taking Home Eco-
nomies, the boys choose either Vocational
Agriculture or Industrial Arts.
Agriculture is mainly the study of
things useful to a good farmer. The boys
learn about building and using farm equip-
ment, They study livestock and get valu-
able information for use in future years.
The rest of the boys attend shop class-
es where they learn woodworking and use
the many new tools available. Here they
may become interested in carpentry or
other phases of this type of work.
Front row: Carolyn Stllle, Kim Barr,
Timmy Sherwood, Mary Huseman
Second row: Nancy Klndwall, Sharen
Huseman, Diane Holtz, Carolyn Lar-
Robert Huseman, Eugene Peterson, Richard Hogrefe. Phillip Stokes. Melsin
Molgaa rd, Merlin Ryherd
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