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The Ropes of Today Rmg the Bells of Tomorrow
When we fmrst started on our long Journey to educatxon our teacher was M1ss Budd We
were all one b1g fam1ly seek1ng a new adventure Those beg1nn1ng together were Arlene
Lang Douglas Sm1th Marv1n Carlson Leona G1ss1ble Dellene L1ndblom Roger Lett
Ramona Workman Carl Ingram Linda Chadw1ck Raymond Workman N1Ck16 Lou Dement
and Consuella Heckrnan
Our fxrst grade teacher was M1ss R1cter who also had our muszc Leav1ng us that year
were N1ck1e Lou Dement and Consuella Heckman wh1le Judy Parker and Dean Norberg
Jo1ned our class
In the second grade we bu1lt our own Post Off1Ce out of orange crates We also learned
how to play Post Off1ce 1n more ways than one Just ask Roger Lett and Doug Sm1th about
th1s Jo1n1ng our class th1s year were Ann L1ttel Joy Brownsberger Joyce Pearson and
Ela1ne Stone Leav1ng us were Raymond Workman Ramona W orkman and Ela1ne Stone
In the th1rd grade we learned the many new sounds wh1ch we d1scovered later helped us
so much 1n our vocabulary M1ss Knowlton was our teacher that year Newcomers to the
class were Delbert and Darrel Coglon and Robert Wheeler Robert Wheeler also left that
Our fourth grade was also spent ln M1ss Knowlton s room Th1s 15 where we learned
how to keep our hands clean because of da1ly lnspectron We had several new students th1s
year Among them were Kay Rob1son Larry Behnken Tom Salmon Dale Eglov and Denn1s
Euken Leavlng us were Dale Eglov Joy Brownsberger and Dean Norberg Th1s was the
year Dean found lumself burxed 1n a snowdr1ft does everyone remember?
The flfth grade brought us a new teacher the late Mrs Merle G1ll Cowboy boots were
a b1g fad that year espec1ally among the g1rls' We had two new members that year Ber
n1ce Hunter and B1lly Butts Bern1ce Hunter and Denn1s Euken also left us then
Mrs G1ll was our teacher aga1n 1n the slxth grade Th1s year we bu1lt houses 1n the vxnes
on the west edge of the playground We were all homesteaders then both boys and g1rls
Beverly Shewman and Joy Brownsberger Joxned the group that year and Joyce Pearson was
w1th us aga1n the second semester
We had now reached Jun1or Hxgh and thought we were really h1gh and m1ghty There was
just one th1ng we m1ssed recess Oh to be a k1d aga1n' Mrs Salmon and Mr Bowen were
our teachers 1n the two years spent ln Junlor H1gh Ann Llttel left us that year but we ga1ned
a fr1end1y httle red head Gary Ne1ghbors
In the e1ghth grade we learned some new dance steps The most fasc1nat1ng part was our
pardners' Th1s year there were many new events state tests class day and last1ngly
e1ghth grade commencement Jo1n1ng the class that year were Jack Falconer Byron N1ch
ols Helen Haworth and Velda Wahlert B111 Butts was the only member to leave us that
At last we were 1n h1gh school Freshman 1n1t1at1on was the b1g event w1th the g1rls 1n
the1r pajamas and the boys 1n long underwear Many new students came 1n from the country
this year These were B1llNe1man Leona G1ss1ble Donna MISH r Marxllys P1erce Kenneth
Gard Rex Barber Leonard Jessen John Royer Juha Koob Denn1s Parklson Norma Scar
let Delores Aupperle Denn1s Euken Dav1d Bissell Belva Balley Dolores Uhlmann 'and
Mary Shannon Thxs was the year that Beverly Shewman and Velda Whalert left us
Dur1ng our Sophomore year we had a b1g magaz1ne sales to bu1ld up our treasury for the
necess1t1eswe d need throughout our Sen1or year Th1s was the f1rst year we had a p1cn1c
planned and promoted by the Sophomores only' John Royer Denn1s Park1son and Byron
Nxchols departed from Anxta I-hgh that year but the class ga1ned another stud1ous person
Our Junlor year bnngs back the pleasant memor1es of our banquet theme Aprll In Par1s
Everyone remembers the trouble we had 1n blowmg up those balloons' Leonard Jessen left
that year and Byron N1chols and Floyd Jorgensen J01l'l6d us
Tlurty two of us wzll depart th1s year Many of us leavmg our school days belund others
may go on We learned many new Lessons thxs year 1nclud1ng how dangerous some of the
chem1ca1s can be 1n the laboratory Doug'
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