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Page 25 text:
the eighth grade looks toward next year
"Singing, flancing. having funl ,,llll2ltlS the
way the eighth gl'1lilClS run l" XYith this rhyme as
a lmasis tl1e eighth grade we11t through a profitahle
year of eclucational and extra-crirricular achieve-
1ne11ts. .Xu eighth grade girls' sextette was organ-
izecl successfully. the l'iratettes tappecl and sang
their way to local fame, an eighth grade party
was o11e of tl1e lmig successes of tl1e year, n11m-
0111115 short plays were given enthusiastically, and
llall of lfame memhers were electecl. 'llhe re-
s11lts of this election were as follows: Represen-
tative, gXaronetta llansen, Rauclolf Saugstacl:
Stuclious, tilaclys Olson, liicharcl Reitmeierg Mu-
sical, lletty lialfour, Ronald Carey: llopular,
llelene l,ocken, Rohert Klclsenzie: l,CZlClCl'SllllJ,
Nacline Stenshoel, blohn lieattyl liest Looking,
Marilyn Ytilson, Alames l.aurent: XYittiest, Mir-
iam Snyder, .lohn llurgeson.
'llhis year the eighth grade home rooms org'-
anizecl accorrling' to tl1e same plan as the seventh
gracle. liach room electecl officers annl a 1'eporter
for the .lunior lli-l,ites. 'llhe elections were helcl
at the lmeginning of each semester, and officers
seryecl for one semester.
The selections of home room 214 for the first
semester were Rohert Mclienzie, presiclent: llel-
e11e Locken, VlCC-1Jl'CSltlClltQ joan lloyrle, secre-
tary: Gladys Olson, treasurer. For the second
semester they were .Naronetta llansen, president:
llelen llorge. vice-presicleutg lAll'I'Z1lllC Peterson,
secretary: XYalter johnson, treasurer. Ill room
.216 the officers for tl1e first semester were Day-
ton 1Xnclerson, presiclentg Ronald Carey, vice-
presiclent: John lieatty. secretzu'y-treasurer, 'llhe
second semester they were john Beatty, presi-
clent: Viola liennen, yiee-presimleiitq lflaine Bang,
secretary-treasurer. In the tirst semester the offi-
cers of home room H5 were Nadine Stenshoel,
presiclentg Miriam Snycler, vice-presiclent: Ran-
clolf Saugstacl, sec1'eta1'y: Clayton XYentzel, treas-
urer. In tl1e second semester Miriam Snyder,
president: Richard Reitmeier, vice-presiclent,
Ranclolf Saugstacl, secretary: Pauline Schuler,
treasurer servecl as officers.
Back row: Smith, Bain, Wentzel, Gjerstad, Raymond, Viau, Francis. R. Horge, D. Reber, W. Johnson, Laurent.
Sixth row: Swanson, Taylor, Roen, Marcotte, Camp, D. Hanson, Amb.
Fifth row: Capistran, Dumas. Steenerson. Eide, Berger, Norrie, Skodje, Rowley, Bang, Balfour. Sawyer, Hartman. Harron, Mc
Fourth row: Reitmeier, Bakken, Casmey. Holt, Hillmon, Storeby, E. Wilson, Snyder, Strom, Hansen, Stenshoel. Locken. Hovde
Third row: Rink, L. Bennen, Foss, Dayton Anderson, Mortenson, Beatty, N. Johnson, J. Erickson, Hill, Canan, Romuld, R. John
son, Morlan. Jasper.
Second row: Carey, Burke, Hopkins. Ramstad, Nelson, Robert Viau, Saugstad, Sheffloe, Reinschmidt, Gunderson, Cochrane
Henry. La Fleur, Eickhof, Burgeson, Zitka.
Front row: Olson, O'Day. Schuler, Norman, Swisdal, Eastvold, Kerner, A. Erickson, V. Bennen, Dorothy Anderson. Vanseth
Peterson, Jensrud, H. Horge, M. Wilson, J. Johnson.
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Back rowidM3Elgooin. Gjesdahl, De Boer, Hannah, Reynolds, Knuth, W. Larsen, O. Larson, Lundgren, Jacobson, Berglund. Fitz-
gera . . n erson.
Fifth aowzlffiefer, Schultz, Cutler, Watson, Woelk, Stone, C. Wagstrom, Gjerstad, E. Hansen, Oppegaard, Mitchell. Bergum.
Fourth row: C. Van Mill, M. Wagstrom. Howard. Clauson, Wiley, Gorder, Wilcox. Luettjohann, D. Melbye, Ryan. Ruud, Acker.
Lerum, Marcotte, Bakken.
Third lrovg: Hezig, Fox, Sampson, Thompson, C. Williamson, Whitney. Schafer, Sellberg, Ziebeck, M. Anderson, Hendricks, Wick-
an er, son.
Second row: Matti. Hauglid, Iverson, Nelson, Balke, Wilkens. Lewin, Madson, P. Anderson, Fischer. Mickelson, Schmunk, Sanders.
Akerlund, Wilson, C. Van Mill, Dunham.
Front row: J. Williamson. Brunner, Swanson, Zachgo, Hawes. Storeby. St. Martin, V. Melbye, Heiherg. Naugle, Isaacson. Reber,
R. Melby, Jasper. Scarr, Dahlen.
the seventh grade reviews its first year
president: Raymond Dunham. vice-president
Kenneth llannah. secretary-treas1n'er. who be-
came president second semester, with Myles .Xu-
Following the school program the three sev-
enth grade home rooms organized at the begin-
ning of the year to carry out their entertaimnent
and educational activities. Home room officers
and representatives were elected at the beginning
of each semester, and many short programs were
given throughout the year by the class members.
In room 118 with Miss llarmon as adviser the
officers for the first semester were Nancy Oppe-
gaard, president: Dwain Lundgren, vice-presi-
dent: Marilyn Mitchell, secretary-treasurer1 for
the second semester: Virginia Melby, presidentg
Robert Lewin, vice-president: Dwain Lundgren,
secretary-treasurer. In Miss Donald's room. 119.
the first semester, Gerald Ziebeck was president!
David XYilson, vice-president: Robert Selberg,
secretary: Lee Schafer, treasurer: and for the
second semester, lfunice Scaar, president: Robert
'llhompson, vice-president: lletty lVoelk, secre-
tary-treasurer. For the iirst semester the officers
in Miss Canlit-ld's room, 217, were liilly Bissell,
derson as vice-president and l'eter .Nnderson ae
During the past school year l,ee Shafer ol
room 119 won third prize in the soap carving
contest, llruce Fox of Miss Caniield's room wor
the Constitution Day essay contest. and Rutl'
llawes of the same room wrote the best XYash-
ington Day essay in the seventh grade. .X special
Boy Scout demonstration was put on by member:
of Miss Donald's room. and all home rooms pre-
sented short plays and skits on their home roon'
programs. 'llhese home room activity periodr
have proved very successful, both from an edu-
cational standpoint and a recreational one. News
items are discussed, plays given, special days ob-
served, speeches made-all of these things con-
tribute to the seventh grader's education and tt
his enjoyment of school.
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are plentiful as the ninth grade
Back row: Capistran. Brandt. Ellis, Brotlen, E. Hanson. Camp, Lundeberg. Hegland.
Fifth row: W. Ericson, Carpenter. Graham, Henre, Hawes, Hegg, Lemke. Avelsgaard. Hilligoss. Crane.
Fourth row: D, Kuhn, Lyngholm. Hill, Berglund, Brottem, Dukek, Baird, Logesz, G. Johnson. Lycan, Heidrich.
Third row: Amodt. B. Johnson, M. Hanson, Eikens. Luettjohann, Glasrud, Heldstab. E. Haugen. Barness. Isaacson. Iugvalson,
Second row: Gjesdahl, R. Eickhof, Grinols, Carlson, M. Anderson, H. Erickson, Cochrane, Lindberg. Brule. Jasper. Blatchford
C. Eickhof, Larson.
First row: Fisher, Allard, Gramer, Cota. B. Haugen, Jensrud, Kiel, M. Anderson, Kohn, Beverly Arsneau. Betty Arsneau, Daniel-
son. Ellenson. Ellinger, Lindholm.
Back row: Panzer. B. Swanson, Sage. Verreaux, Stickney, Thorson, Mortenson. Samuelson, Moen. Simpson. Yates.
Fourth row: Sannes, Wicklander, Rasmussen. Selvik, Welter, Reimann, Schuett. Schmunk. Schafer. D. Steedsnian. Strand. E,
Third row: Osmundson, Ristau, Ogaard. L. O'Brecht, Marcotte, Madison, Tiedemann. Sellberg. Wilcox. Van Mill, Sundet. Stone,
Second row: Rishovd, Morken, Vanseth, D. Morlan, L. Steedsman. Sholes, Thorp, Vaudrin, W. Morlan, Rosenthal. Schmidt, Reese.
First row: Ruud. Miller, E. Nelson. Mullin, Normann, Zachgo, M. Nelson, E. O'Brecht, Wastweet. Stark. D, Taus. Sanders, B.
Swanson, Williamson, Roe.
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