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Page 19 text:
First row-left to right- C. Gale, I. Myrdahl, A. Nordahl, J. Nord, F. Jones, L. Johnson, M. Hedlund, L. Johnson, E. Erickson R. Dietrich. Second row- K. Lillie, L. Oman, M. Frank,A. VYill-ert, B. Hall, W. Black, C. Peterson, Mrs. Johnson. Third row-M. Shafer, B. Ostenson, G. Payson, H. Josephson, V. Matter, 0. Anderson, B. Bannick. Fourth row- D. Klatt, L. Emerson, E. Erickson, R. Lichtenberg, 0. Lien, K. Swanson, L. Dewville.
Three years ago our junior class started out with thirty-two members; they now number thirty-four. Although not a large group they have contributed much to the activities of our school.
President, Lois "Skippy" Johnson; vice-president, Mickey Hedlund; secretary, Faye Jones; and treasurer, Jim Nord, deserve mention in doing a fine job of guiding the class.
Others who are worthy of mention are cheerleader, Inger Myrdahl, and Warriors, Dick Pdchtenberg, Laurence Emerson, Laurence Erickson, and Doug Klatt.
Eight of our girls are very active members of F.H.A, and many of our boys are F.F.A. members, and several are taking an active interest in forensics
Two of the outstanding successes of the year were the class play, "The Cannibal Queen", and the Jr. Sr. banquet.
Page 18 text:
We, the Senior Class of 1947, being of sound mind and body, do make this our last will and testament.
We appoint Lois Johnson president of the Junior Class, executor with full power to dispose of the whole, or any part of our bequeathes:
I, Ardella Allram, will my youthful blushes to Anna Marie Johnson.
I, Bob Benson, will my dancing sbility to Gene Gilbertson.
I, Shirley Beyl, will my baton to anyone who has enough power to throw it as high as I.
I, Emma Brihn, will my seat in the assembly to Violet Matter.
I, Margaret Butcher, will my clarinet to anyone who's able to locate
I, Adam Cahow, will my laziness to Mickey Heclund.
I, Bev Christensen, will my natural pride of the Danes to anyone as stubborn as I.
I, hobert Dietrich, will my studious attitude (ha.' ha 0 to Benny
I, Bev Felland, will my long bus rides to Orville Anderson.
I, Doug Fouks, will my talent for driving teachers crazy to Bev Hall. Maybe she doesn't need it. (Ha.' Ha.')
I, Herbert Fouks, will my ability to skip school ana get sway with it to Les Newville.
I, Pearl Fouks, will my practice of staying home nights to Skippy
I, Iris Gale, will my future outlook on life to Barbara Ostenson.
I, Jim Gilbertson, will my red hair to Doug Klatt.
I, Aud Hall, will my cheerleading sweater to James Nord.
I, Betty Hovda, will my dimples to Lorraine Oman.
I, Ottie Hovda, will my good disposition to Lewerence Erickson.
I, Helen Ingels, will my office as class president to anyone eligible for the position who wants to work hard.
I, Adeline Johnson, will my bookkeeping seat to Gladys Payson.
I, Delores Johnson, will my title of Homecoming Queen to anyone fortunate to get it.
I, Marvin Johnson, will my big feet together with the name "Satchel" presented to me by the Coach to Lawerence Emerson.
I, Henry Lange, will my good marks to Orvand Lein.
1, hamon Mitchell will my position as caotain on the football team to some guy who likes to eat dirt. Hi.' Coach.'
I, Marge Nelson, will my trips to New Richmond to Arlys Willert.
I, Lily Nordlee, will my part of Menomonie to Mildred Shafer.
I, Mary Ann Olson, will my giggle to Carol Gale.
I, Jeanne Paulson, will my ability to do math problems to Katherine
I, Shirley Pittman, leave my night life to all you juniors, leaving plenty for myself of course.
I, Aud Poison, will my trips to New Richmond to Carol Peterson.
I, John Hugo, will my lovely brown eyes to Dick Lichtenberg.
I, Lola Stensvold, will my long eyelashes to any future glamour girl of C.L.H.S.
I, Elaine Tobias, will my bashfulness to Faye Jones.
I, Shirley Whitmer, will my quiet ways to Wanda Black.
I, Evelyn Wood, will my energy to work nights to Inger Myrdahl.
I, Leslie Wood, willny ability to leave women along to anyone who has any trouble.
I,- John Wright, will my position as center oathe football team to anyone who has the necessary "drive".
I, Myrtle Zellmer, will my blono hair to Rose Dietrich.
We,the senior class of '47, will our coveted seats by the windows to tte the freshman class who so far have not occuppied them.
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First row-left to right- A. Brihn, M. Zurcher, M. Aasmunarud, B. Hahn, M. Reed, G. Haugen, G.Hrdlichka, A. Monson, B. Walberg,
D. Roethe, A. Frankson, L. Hovda. Second row- D. Nord, M. Brihn, G. Black, E. Newville, J. Junkans, D. Anderson, b. Titel,
E. DeBoer, S. Streif P. Wienberg, J. Hanson, D. Stewart, Mrs. Monette. Third row- P. Oas, W. Amundson, B. Jones, W. Schultz. R. Helium, C. Pittman, B. Erickson. Fourth row- N. Johnson, D. Soderberg, M. Koser, K. Wright, A. Paulson, J. Soderberg, J. St. Ledger, B. Johnson, W. Larson, R. Brihn, J. Peterson.
Of the 54 young hopefuls who started their high school life as freshman in 1945, only 50 reported for roll call in the fall to carry on their outstanding history as sophomores. To our ranks we added John St. Ledger and Donald Nord making a grand total of 51.
As sophomores we have provedto be one of the most notable of classes. We not only topped the sales in our school magazine campaign but far out shown the other classes proving our school loyalship to the utmost.
In extra curricular work, our class participated to a great extent. Outstanding were Lilias and Anna Mae as cheerleaders, and Alger, erry, John Barney, Duane, Kenneth, Roger, Myrl, Oscar, and Charles in athletics. In band and voice organizations, we were highly represented.
Highlights of our '46- '47 year include: the Freshmen Initiation Day
festivities in the fall, the Homecoming float (which proved to be one of the finest in the parade) decorated in Grecian motif with the caption "To tne Victor Belongs the Spoils", and our mid-winter trip to St. Paul to attend the Ice Capades and to visit the museum.
You 'll be hearing more f rom us next year J ! :
Glendora Haugen-Secretary Myrl Reed-Vice. Pres.
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