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Page 39 text:
MEMBERS OF THE "B" CLUB
FROM TOP AND LEFT TO RIGHT:
B. Koser, J. Kohl, B. Hall, A. Ormson, J.
Smith D. Kohl J. Nelson C. Bisho R. Hover
I I Pl
L. Johnson, R. ,Corr, B. Kurschner, B. Manor, Ri
Kurschner, L. Sundsmo, J. Hoar, R. Paulson.
Not pictured: M. Williams, D. Kuchenmeister
R Oli hunt V Dowd G Hunt N Fonkhouser L
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Severson, D. Krohenbuhl, E. Chirhort, F. Stoir,'D.
Schmitz, J. Boss, B. Hall, L. Long, C. Splittstoesser,
D. Shoide, W. Espeseth, D. Hoseltine, G. Stetzel,
R. Crisler, J. Kilmer, G. Frisinger, C. Lorson, G
Page 38 text:
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PLUMBING and HEATING
SQ3 E. Lov3aIIe Ave.
C. C. Morrison, Prop.
C. J. Wanner, Prop. u
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See Us For Your School Supplies.
Jewelry, Candy, Soft Drinks, Groceries, and Films
TH E TREAT SHOP
Across From the High School
M. I. BERG INSURANCE
BARRON COUNTY FARMERS
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
It's Laboratory Tested
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- R. E . A. -
Go All Electric The Modern Way
K I ' t S les 8- Service
Television and Radio
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Your Philco-Admiral-Zenith Dealer
THE BARRON COUNTY AGENCY,
Licensed Realtors - Insurance Service
Tlph 109 420ELSIIA
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Row 'l. lfrom left to rightl: K. Kuchenmeister, P. Chermock, D. Hanson, J. Peterson, O. Bjugstad.
Row 2. L. Eggen, C. Bishop, R. Carr, D. Keeler, B. Hellmann, S. Hanson.
Row 3. Mr. White, advisor: P. Fitzgerald, R. Paulson, J. Carr, D. Hanson, M. Wigen, B. Horstman, Mrs. Blackwood,
Row 4. G. Miller, P. Von Tassel, J. Smith, V. Dowd, R. McManus, R. Kurschner.
Absent from picture ore: Mr. Hendrickson, W. Koser, R. Meisegeier, N. Fraley.
Through the efforts of the Barron Kiwanis Club,
and under their sponsorship, the Key Club was estab-
lished in December, 1954. The club's membership al-
location of 40 boys - 'I6 seniors, 16 juniors, and 8
sophomores, was soon filled. Under the inspiration and
direction of Mr. Rhode and Mr. Trotalli, club advisor,
the club proceeded to organize. Club president, Bill Kos-
er, vice president, Jerry Smith, secretory: Peter Carr,
treasurer, Charles Norelius, and Van Dowd as representa-
tive of the senior members: Curtis Larson, junior rep-
resentative, and David Krahenbuhl as sophomore rep-
resentative were elected. These seven officers, plus the
advisors, make up the executive board. Committees,
such as the house committee, program, and project
committees were appointed to allow the club to func-
tion smoothly. The clubs Iuncheon meetings were held
every Tuesday noon. Projects which the new club cor-
ried through included advertising campaigns supporting
safe-driving day, the March of Dimes, a T.V. set for
the Rest Home, and Brotherhood Week. The Donkey
Basketball game and the cor wash brought enough
revenue into the treasury to make the club seIf-sup-
porting. The officers-elect for the 55-56 school year
include Jerry Smith, president, Dave Krahenbuhl, vice
president: Charles Norelius, secretary, and Curtis Lar-
Seated from left to right are-Row 'l: Mr. Trot-
alli, advisor: C. Larson, D. Krahenbuhl, V. Dowd,
R. Carr, G. Hodenfield, J. Bass, L. Long, D. Bilse,
and F. Stair.
Row 2: J. Rolstad, R. Carr, and C. Bishop.
Row 3: D. Keeler, L. Massie, C. Norelius, R. Mc-
Manus, ond J. Smith.
Absent from picture are: D. Rolstad, G. Severson,
R. Meisegeier, K. Ness, W. Koser, J. Nelson R
Schleiss, D. Thompson, W. Best, L. Johnson: D:
Kohl, J. Kohl, D. Kuchenmeister, B. Kurschner, R.
Kurschner, M. Maas, R. Miller, C. Splittstoesser, A.
Forehand, E. Maloney, and A. Ormson.
The Student Council of B.H.S., during the past year
hos participated in many activities.
Some of the things that the governing body has done
under the direction of Van Dowd, president, Robert Kursch-
ner, vice president: Olive Bjugstod, secretary, and Phyllis
Chermock, treasurer, have been sponsoring the Thursday
night homecoming activities and presenting the program
for the Christmas party.
The Student Council made a real effort to change
the State Compulsory Physical Education Law. Letters
were written to the representatives of our district in the
state legislature and to the schools in this area, however,
no action was taken.
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