Brookings High School - Bobcat Yearbook (Brookings, SD)

 - Class of 1940

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IO nun-rt Mr. Hanson Mr. Doner Mrs. Shea M C ee BOARD Ol: EDUCATION Our Board of Education is responsible for the progressive methods and high standards of our school. Each member knows and is interested in schools and in us. Each has at least one member of his family enrolled as a student in our sys- tem. Awe inspiring when assembled, they are really just human beings as in- dividuals. We introduce them. D. B. Doner, president, has served on the board for seven years- He serves State College as registrar. His family is represented in the Brookings schools by two sons: Dean, a junior, Keith, a mem- ber of the fifth grade. His favorite pas- time is reading. Mrs. Shea, mother of Brookings High's popular twins, Rebecca and Roberta, has served the board for eleven years. At present she is chairman of the commit- tee on teachers. Flowers are her hobby. Mr- Herbert Cheever is chairman of the finance committee and has served on the board for three years. Besides his work as a banker, Mr. Cheever finds time for his pastime of bird study as a hobby. Eugene and Allen represent dad in school and can answer the question if anyone asks, "Why does Mr. Cheever prefer being photographed wearing a hat?" For the past three years Ray Blauert has served on the board of education. and at present is chairman of the build- ings and grounds committees. He is ac- tive in Kiwanis, likes to bowl, and has a grocery store as a side line. He has a son Bobby, now in the grades. Mr- Hanson, who is an outstanding worker in the American Legion, works for an oil company, and also served on the board for three years. He has two daugh- ters: Marion who is a senior: and Har- riet, a freshman. Mr. Hanson is chairman of the supplies committee.

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CORAL HEMMINGSON Hallock, Minnesota, Girls' Physical Education, University of Minnesota. LESTER D. HORRIGAN Brookings, S. Dak., Science, Assistant Athletic Coach, Activities Treasurer, South Dakota State College MAX H. LYNN Athletic Director, General Science, Parson's College Columbia University. ELEANOR PAGE Madrid, Iowa, English, Freshman Debate, University of South Dakota AGNES SCHLENDER School Secre-tary VIOLA VAN CAMPEN Cannon Falls, Minnesota, Algebra, General Mathematics, Carleton College, Columbia University. DWYTE WILSON Mitchell, S. Dak., United States History, Speech, Business Training, Dakota Wesleyan. R. D. HEROLD Brookings, S. Dak., Social Problems, History, South Dakota State College O. H. HUBBELL Brookings, S. Dak., Manual Training, Kansas State- Teachers College. MARGARET E. MAUCH Hetland, S. Dak.g Mathematics, Huron College, University of Chicago. ELAINE E. PAULSEN Steen, Minnesota, Commercial, South Dakota State 'College MARJORIE THOMPSON Sioux Falls, S. Dak., School Nurse, Luther Hospital. MILDRED WALKER Wessington Springs, S. Dak. Homemaking, Dakota Wesleyan. W. H. ZICK Aberdeefn, S. Dak.g Commercial, Northern State Teachers College.



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