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First row-left to right- A. Hall, A. Allram, C. Kuhn, L Peterson, 0. Anderson, 3-. Black, L Hovda, B. Titel, A. Swanson, P. Weinberg, N. Beyl, E. Monson, S. Streif, D. Anderson. Second row- K. Lille, B. Sempt, V. Peterson, B. Linden, V. Matter, A. Wlllert, R. Hallen, M. Butcher, A. Monson, B. Felland, D. Kennetz,
L. Newville, S. Beyl. Third row- L. Stensvold, A. Frankson,
M. Olson, M. Hedlund, K. Goodspeed, R. Llohtenberg, 0. Lien, R. Benson, D. lXidczak B. Bannlck, M. Brihn, J. Peterson.
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This year we were rather unfortunate with our band Instruments as sixteen were stolen from the band room. Most of the students who lost instruments are back in band; however, and we now have forty members.
Last year at the River Falls Spring Contest we received a B plus in marching band, and an A in concert band This year we are striving to achieve even greater honors than last year. Our director, Mr. Brown, has chosen OVERTURE MILITAIRE as the required number for the contest.
During the year, the band has played at most of the home football games and a few basketball games. They also gave a concert on January 28, and hope to give several more this year.
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First row-left to right- C. Kuhn, D. Kennetz, V. Clark, B. Christianson, B. Hiam, R. Hallen, D. Dudczak, J. Rivard, R.
Mann, N. Beyl, I. Paulson, V. Martin, B. Oman, Second row- It.
Peterson, L. Gale, V. Martin, C. Olson, D. Klien, S. Hall, S.
Monson, D. Thompson, E. Humpal, A. Whitmer, J. Peirson, G.
Johnson, I. Knoll. Third row- J. Peterson, L. Hovda, E. Emer-
son, E. Hatalla , J. Shafer, R. Jones, B. Hanson, C. Thompson,
R. Junkans, A. Olson, N. Swagger, N. Peterson, Fourth row- L.
Pittman, M. Kaczmarski, D. Banks, R. Shipley, J. St.Ledger, A.
Frank, R. Lark, G. Ostenson, A. Wilcox, D. Cahow, I. Paulson,
Fifty-one recruits showed up September 13, to enlist for a four-year term at Camp Consolidated, Clear Lake. They soon became accustomed to the camp routine.
The regiment is under the command of Robert Mann with Jerry Rivard as his aide. Dorothy Dudczak is secretary of state with Roxanne Hallen as paymaster. The top sergeant is Mr. Earl Peterson.
Several members have already won citations. Vivian Martin was appointed Homecoming attendant to Queen DeLores, and Dorothy Dudczak is accompanist for the F.F.A. quartet, chorus, and glee clubs. Most of the remaining personnel are engaged in some extra activity, band, glee clubs, chorus, and the F.F.A. the ones being favored.
Medals, given on the athletic field, were received by Red Swagger and Dick Junkans.
The regiment ho-pes to be honorably discharged in 1950.
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First row-leit to right- L. Hovaa, I. Gale, V. Clara., M. Brihn M. Butcner, G. Johnson, L. Gale, D. Kennetz, A. Hall. A. Johnson, F. Jones, A. Brihn. Secona row- S. Beyl, M. °lson , E. Brihn, H. Ingeis, S. Striei, J. Hanson, D. Anderson,E Titei, A. Franason, E. Monson, R. Halren, P. Fouks, D. Dudczaa, Third row- B. Hair, 0. Anderson, A. Monson, 0. Olson, L. Newvilre, W. Jones, M. Reea, N. Peterson, Q. Soderoerg, L. Oman. Fourth row- A. Paulson, P. Oas, R. Mitcnelr, K. Goouspeea, R. Licnten-berg, L. Erickson, M. ediund, 0. Lien, D. Stewart.
This year the cnorr, composea of forty-five memoers, is unaer tne capaore airection of Mrs. Gibbons.
For the last two years the cnoir nas given a Christmas cantata, whicn demanaea a great aeal of time and effort. This year we presenteu tne "Lost Carol" portraying tne story oi tne writing oi "Silent Night", tne lamous Christmas
Carol oy Franz Gruoer. All who witnessea tne performance tnougnt it was well done.
The cnoir toon part in the River Falls Spring Contest last year, ana receivea a B plus. We are looking I'orwara to attaining tne Contest again tills year ana nave nopes of receiving a high reward.
For the past several years tne band, glee cluos, ana choir have com-Dineu tueir tarents to present a series of concerts, wnich were weir received oy the entire community.
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