Brandon High School - Links Yearbook (Brandon, SD)

 - Class of 1953

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Darlene Eggers,Jim Ode, and Mar- Freshies once, now seniors fine The fall of 19149 saw 27 eager freshmen turn their footsteps into the halls of BHS, not knowing that the four years ahead of them would be perhaps the happiest-Cand the fastest moving! of their lives. High school brought the opport- unity to participate in extra-cur- ricular activit1es,amdthe freshies made the most of it. Their activi- ties early marked them as a class which would be proud of BHS, and make BHS proud of them. Managing the carnival lunch room to a fin- ancial success proved to be the freshies largest class project of the year. Class adviser Osborne Liaboe and senior officers Eleanor Peterson, treasurerg Oliver Erickson, presi- dent, Leo Heggen, treasurer, Paul Thoreson, secretary deliberate on senior class affairs at a short business meeting. ff? 5 fy, ! sf Activities were again in thespot- light during the sophomore year as the sophomores,the1r numberreduced to 25, began to hit their stride and make available to the school their many talents and ambitions. Climax of the year, socially speak1ng,was the choosing of twelve of their members to dress as sailors and serve at dm junior-senior ban- duet, which utilized the theme, 'Anchors Awe1gh." Then came the jndor yeaq a year that was filled to the brim with fun and excitement! Several of the boys were on the 'W' basketball squad, and thereby be- jorie Lee were BHS representatives for DAR,and Boys' and Girls' State, respectively, Darlene was chosen by the faculty to compete in the county contest on the basis of scholarship, persona- lity, and leadership. Jim and Marjorie were chosen to attend Boys'and Girls' State during June of 1952 on the basig of leader- ship, scholastic standing, and par- tlzipation kxextra-curricular acti- v es.

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We're finally nearing the goal line Junior class representative Bill Parsons is shown crowning Jeanne Schulte and Jim Ode, carnival Queen and Marshal, Leo Heggen and Darlene Eggers,runners-up in the sec- ret balloting, reigned as attendants to the royalty. came letter winners. Three of the girls were cheerleaders. November saw the presentation of the class play,nGoodbye,HollywoodY It was the start of a job that would prove to be fun as well as work when the juniors took over the Branhisko, and near the end of the year some of them were honored by being accepted into Quill and Scroll journalism society. Much 'hush-hushu work went into the preparation of the jnnar-senior banquet, which was presented on May 9. It constituted the firsdand Onlyl performance of the 'Bungling Brothers C1rous.' All BBB students took part in carnival preparations. Here several are shown on the afternoon before the '52 carnival, placing the fin- ishing touches on booths. Note the worried--and weary--expressions! September rolled around,and the class of '53 re-entered BHS to com- plete their fhml year of schooling vowing that it would be theh'best. During freshie initiation week the seniors allowed theirnornery siden to take control of their welcome to the class of '56, Carnival time saw the seniors marching through the gymnasium to the strains of the Coronation March preparatory to the crowning of the Queen and Marshal for 1952-53- Jeanne Schulte and Jim Ode.

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