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General Math N urse's Office
SEATED: Cynthia Bumann, Louise Eriksen. Ronald Anderson, Mrs. Schrieber fSchool Nursej, Donna
STANDING: Daniel Dorr, James Sassman. Castle, Ronald Hankel.
Home Economics R
Myra Huseman -.
Lorraine Swanson ,4
Industrial Arts I
21 J on Sherman
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Students" Work Is Never Done. ' 5
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FRONT ROW: Jane Anderson QStudent Councilj, Judy Fast fSecretary-Treasurerj, David
Anderson QPresidentj, James Turnquist QVice-Presidentj, Tom Huseman fStudent Coun-
SECOND ROW: Lynn Osborne, Beverly Sassman, Wanda Dierenfeld, Judy Lundberg, Colene
Harms, Lynn Fett, Rita Saathoff, Sharon Bell, Versa Gentis, Cynthia Benna, Ronald
THIRD ROW: Phil Jahde, Bill Matzdorff, Stanley Kraemer, Ruth Schmidt, Colleen Samuel-
son, Judy Anderson, Bob Williams, Marlowe Poller, Larry Hansen, Dianne Nielson.
FOURTH ROW: Roger Radke, Richard Groth, Janelle Goettsch, Clayton Conard, David
Koth, Richard Rydstrom, Diane Hogrefe, Ronald Falck, Wayne Halverson, Dwayne
Frie drich, Tom Cone.
FIFTH ROW: Mr. Schive fAdvisorj, Mr. lbach QAdvisorj, Dennis Coombs, Allen Halverson,
Susan Grieme, Donald Holmes, Miriam Peterson, Loren Bengston, Linda Schuelke, Mr.
Carstens fAdvisorj, Mr. McCoy QAdvisorj.
Going from the second floor to the third has ele-
vated the morale of the sophomores.
Numerous subjects are available this year. Many
have a choice of biology, algebra, home economics,
typing, industrial arts, agriculture, and driver edu-
cation. Approximately half of the sophomores took
driver education during the summer in order to take
more college preparatory courses during the school
year. The first semester classes were divided evenly
into English and literature. The second semester,
the two classes were reversed.
Home Economics II
The sophomores were enthusiastically given a
skating party by the freshmen. We are now attempt-
ing to repay both the freshmen and the juniors for a
enjoyable time. Members of the sophomore class will
soon assist the juniors in the entertainment of the
seniors at the Junior-Senior Prom. A number of the
sophomores will be serving as waiters and waitresses
at the Prom.
"They're Crusin' for a Brusin"' was the slogan of
the third place sophomore float. Homecoming at-
tendants were Jane Anderson and Roger Radke.
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