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First row-left to right- J. Peterson, L. Gale, A. Brihn, E. Monson, J. Paulson, A. Allram, M. Olson, M. Zurcher, G. Haugen £. Qstenscn, D. rr.etz, V. Martin. Second row- 1. Stensvold, V. i-urtir., I. Cale, D. Ilovda, A. Poison, V. Clark, G. Johnson,
H. Aasmundrud, I Paulson, C. Olson, J. Hanson, Kiss Richarson, Third row- D. Anderson, I.'. Brihn., B. On:an, J. Pierson, E. Kev;-ville, J. Junkans, R. Dietrich, V. teatter, M. Butcher.S.Strief P. Fouks. Fourth row-M. Shafer, K. Lillie, L. Hovda, M. Nelson, M. Frank, A. Willert, te. Zellmer E Wood, E. Humpal, D. Thompson, I!. Josephson.
The Clear Lake Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America is made up of girls that have had or are taking a course in home economics this year Its main purpose is to promote and appreciation of homemaking and to establish. The spirits of international good-will. Social activities including trips, parties, and educational programs fill the school year.
Vice President---- Jeanne Paulson
■teary Ann clson ■Edith Hons on
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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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First row- left to right-M. Kaczmarski, I. Paulson, D. Banks, R. Felland, 0. Anderson, R. Mitchell, L. Wood, R. Jones, A. Monson, N. Swagger, M. Reed, R. Kann. Second row- L. Gilbert son, A. Frank, R. Junkens, J. StLedger, K. Wri ht, 1 Soderbeig, A. Olson, R. Helium, J. Rivard, D. Jones, E. Hstella, E. Emerson, Mr. Poppy. Third row- 0. Anderson, C. Pittman, 0. Olson, D. Klatt, J. Barney, R. Lichtenberg, J. Wright, B. Hanson, D. Jones, L. Erickson, R. Benson.
One Bright sunny day in September of '’46 a small very enthusiastic group of boys from C. L. H. S. brought out their pads, pants, and helmets anddug ini.0 what might have turned out to be a successful season if it were not for the handicap of inexperience confronting them.
The boys went through a short span oi training. Over this period, they showed greet improvement in fundamental football. The first game played was a game of bad breaks, mostly of which C.L. got the greater share, end ended in defeat for C.L. The Warriors showed Improvement very readily through the season and the coaching they had began to show up in the scores of the fine.l games.
, There ere only four seniors graduating off the term. They are Ray Mitchell, Les Wood, John Wright, and Bob Benson, Those boys will dent the team somewhat, but there is a lot of up and coming talent ready for next year. All
in all the team has done very well and there is a brighter outlook for next yean
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