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Page 37 text:
"Ouida! Art that thou?" puz-
zles Romeo Nancy Larum.
We are the junior high, living carefree lives, full of
happy noisy hours. The highlights of this year were the
junior high parties, especially the winter one where
Kenny and Coaky proudly reigned as King ond Queen of
Hearts. Making a place for ourselves in Central, we have
taken an active part in music and sports. We all burst
our buttons at seeing Dicky Taylor ond Ouida Nachbar
out on stage giving real "pra' performances. Our three
classes have a good quota of students who get on the
honor roll every six weeks, too. Never underestimate
the power of the junior high.
Above: Kenny and Cooky
are happy with the thought
of being King and Queen of
Left: The worthy runner-up
for the national poppy poster
contest, Judy Gorder, 'smiles
over her art work.
Right: Shirley Severin re-
hearses her winning tuber-
culosis essay for WCCO.
Page 36 text:
SEVENTH GRADE. Back row: Marilyn Montague, Maryls Melhouse, Catherine Mickelson, Barbara Parkin, Lavonne Nielson,
Patricia O'Boyle, Janice Odegaard, Roger Odegaard, second row: Richard Olson, Jeriel Owens, Wayne Olson, Kenneth Norrie,
Robert Pikoro, Allen Nelson, Marilyn Radi, Sandra Olson, first row: Joan Pierce, Kathleen McWaters, Beverly Mulcahy,
Geneva Nelson, Glenn Myrold, Fred MacGregor, Donald Moe, Janet Newhouse.
SEVENTH GRADE. Bock row: Constance Randers, Marlys Samuelson, Roberta Schmidt, Dennis Sauve, Roger Vanderbeek,
Jerry Vandervort, Elaine Zitzer, Judy Wilkensg second row: Diane Ryan, Sandra Waller, Lyle Reitmeier, James Stasney,
Robert Sieving, Arlene Van Dellen, Jean Retf, Joyce Tollefson, first row: Elden Reese, Duane Valley, Anita Ramstad, Frances
Thompson, Arlynn Seaton, Jerald Wise, William Spearman, Richard Taylor. Not in picture: Vivian Shannon.
Page 38 text:
ll. What We llo
Speech - - 42
Music - - - 50
Publications - - - 58
Clubs - - - 62
Honors - - 64
Sports - - 66
School Lite - - 80
What We llo
Now that you know who we are and where we live,
we must tell you what goes on in our school from
September to June. There is an unprecedented ac-
tivity within Central's walls from Monday to Fri-
day. We can dash faster than any one you ever
saw -- running from home room to class and
from meeting to rehearsal, stopping occasionally
at home to greet Mother, run a comb through
our hair, o,r grab a bite. "Tastes good, Mom,"
we call as we gulp the morsel on our way out
the door. Oh, our life is gala-and exhausting.
Then comes June, and the whole tumult ends
as abruptly as it started, leaving the building
deserted and silent.
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