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First row-left to right- H. Ingels, i. Myrdahl. L. Wood. L. Johnson, Mr. Monette. Second row- R. Uann, A. Monson, D. Lich-tenberg, M. Reed, R. Mitchell.
The Student Council, now in its second year of operation, is patterned after our Federal Government with student representatives representing the student body. Problems of the school and students are discussed informally until a method of solution is attained.
The presidents of the four classes are automatically members of the council with sophomore and junior presidents holding over for the next year. The balance of the Council is elected at large by the student body. The representation is about one representative to every twenty students. Practical all organizations in the school are represented on this council.
The officers elected within the Council are President, Les Wood; Vice President, Dick I-ichtenberg; Secretary-Treasurer, Inger Myrdahl. Council advisor is Mr. Monecte.
The aims of the Council this year are to set up a school calender and some form of noon recreation.
The annual state Studewt Council Convention, held at Oskosh on Nov. 16, 1946, at which five delegates with Mr. Monette attended, presented many new ideas which the Council hopes to put into operation within the next few years . Les Wood, Helen Ingels, Ramon Mitchell, Dick Llchtenberg,and Inger Myrdahl were the delegates attending this convention.
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First row-left to right- I. Rovda, V. Clark, If. Brihn, If.
Butcher, G. Johnson, L. Gale, K. Lillie, M. Shafer, J. Peterson, D. Kennetz, A. Hall, A. Johnson. A. Brihn, F. Jones.
Second row- I. Myrdahl, I. -ale, E. Brihn, H. Ingels, J. Hanson, Q Anderson, A. Frankson, D. Dudczak, R. Hallen, L. Oman,
P. Fouks, S. Beyl. Third row- B. Hall, M. Olson, a Titel, R.
Dietrich, M. Frank, A. Willert, N. Beyl, P. ’"einberg, B. Hiam,
E. Monson, S. Streif.
This year the Girls Glee Club, again under the able direction of Mrs. Gibbon, is composed of thirty-seven members.
The officers are as follows:
President - Shirley Beyl Vice President - Audrey Hall Secretary - Treasurer - Edith Monson Librarian - Helen Ingeis Last year at the River Falls Spring Contest they received a B plus. This year are looking forward to the contest with high hopes of great acnievement-They wilx sing two numbers which they have not as yet decided upon.
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First row-left to right- L. Flttman, D. Rosen, N. Johnson, D. Soderberg, J. Peterson, R. Felland, D. Banks, D. Cahow, M. Kaczmarski, D. Fouks, L. Hovda, R. Jones, R- Brihn, D. Nord,E. Erickson, Second row- K. Swanson, D. Stewart, W. Larson, B. Bannik, A. Monson, M. Reed, 0. Anderson, R. Lark, A. Frank, J. Shaffer, J. St. Ledger, A. Olsoiq A. Cahow, J. Nord, G. Ostenson,
I. Paulson, Mr.’McKenzie, Third row- R. Sheply, A. Paulson, J. St. Ledger, 0. Olson, J. Rugo, K, Wright, C. Pittman, R. Helium,
J. Soderberg, J. Rivard, R. Erickson, A. Wilcox, N. Swagger, R. Junkans, B. Runquist, J. Anderson, Fourth row- H. Fouks, J. Wright, J. Barney, B. Hanson, E. Amundson, L. Erickson, D. Lichtenberg, W. Amundson, M. nedxuna, 0. Lein, L. Newville, 0. Hovda, R. Dietrich, L. Emerson, D. Klatt, H. Lange.
The Future Farmers of America, or F.F.A. as it is commonly known, a national organization of, by, and for boys studying vocational agriculture in public secondary schools under the provisions of the National Vocational Education Acts.
In the Clear Lake F.F.A. Chapter, there are seventy-two members. Each fall a program of work is drawn up for the coming year. Throughout the year we strive to accomplish our goals.
It is our aim to develop the following qualities among our members; leadership, character, thrift, cooperation, scholarship, citizenship, and patriotism. The recreation of our chapter members consists of basketball, soft ball, table tennis, and indoor parties.
It has been the policy of the local chapter the last several years to make an annual educational tour to points of interest to the members. In past years, tours have been made in northern Wisconsin and Michigan, the Black Hills, and Yellowstone Park. A similiar educational tour is planned ror 1947.
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