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New classes proved to be exciting and interesting.
Enter High School
Entering high school was an important
change for the freshmen. It meant changes in
studies and extracurricular activities.
At the beginning of the year class
officers e l e c te d W e r e: President Bob
Timbling Vice-President, Karen Ostranderg
Secretary, Trudy McCoyg and Treasurer,
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The freshman took an active part in
school athletics and organizations. Leading
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As they look back on their first year as
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Vicki Halvorsen and Tom McNeil dissect a pig
during Biology class.
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Fiiteen Sophomores Enjoy New Activities
Eager sophomores were introduced to a
new world of activities as they started their
second year of high school. They took courses
in several new areas. In driver's education,
taught by Mr. Jed Rood, they learned the
"rules of the road" as well as how to drive
a car. Another new subject was biology.
Dissecting frogs and fish proved to be very
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Nineteen Eighth Graders Enjoy Junior High 'liie
Eighth graders make ice cream for their class party,
Junior high was the new title given to the
eighth grade this year. The girls were en-
rolled in a home economics class where they
did some sewing and cooking. The boys tooka
course in vocational agriculture and did some
work in "shop". Besides these they were kept
busy with several other courses. ln math
they began the study of basic principles of
algebra, ln science they studied the hunnan
Also new this year was a Mustang Con-
ference junior high track rneet held at
Elmwood. The junior high team placed fifth
in the meet. They also had a basketball
team. Both these activities helped prepare
them for senior high activities which they
are looking forward to.
Conducting the class meetings were
officers Lora Odell, Presidentg Terry Elliott,
Vice-Presidentg and Mike Werger, Secretary-
'Treasurer. Ddiss hAargie Stubbe served as
their class sponsor.'To end the year as
eighth graders, the class had a party atthe
school.'They grUled harnburgers and rnade
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