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Seventh Grade Enters Junior High
Being in Junior high was a new experience
for the seventh graders. Although they were
assigned classes they had several teachers.
One course which was new for the girls was
home economics. Here they learned the basics
in sewing and cooking. The boys were enrolled
in vocational agriculture where they learned
how to use different tools and do irepair
Class officers Cheryl Ostrander,
Presidentg Joan Leaver, Vice-Presidentg and
Donna Vande Hoef, Secretary-Treasurer con-
ducted the class meetings with the aid of
Mrs. Ruth Anderson, class sponsor.
A class party was the main activity of
their school year. The class chose "Blue
Velvet" as the 'theme for their party and
decorated the gym with co-ordinating de-
corations. For entertainment they danced,
played games and enjoyed refreshments.
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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
ice cream. When everyone was "stuffed" they
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B. Rains K. Halvorsen E, Hall P. Copple T. Elliott
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Leming, K. Sahara, B. Sell. SECOND ROW--G, Boettner, Wilhelm, T, Beckman, D. I-Ialvorsen, D. Manners, L.
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Trumble, S, Rudolph. SECOND ROW--Mrs. Stall, J.
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