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. Hen:-ickson, A. ijaolie, R. Capaul, C. Crosby, J. Schone, V. Walters,
. Elanchard, C. Fuller, N. Barney, E. Ziebartn, L. Scafe, Arneson,
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Successfully we have cowoleted t ee ye o. .. gh :nmol
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but we managed to Vive a few good school nerti , an ow
are workina to successfully present the social ef ,
year--the Junior Prom or Banquet. X
Our Class Officers Are: 9 ' '
President--Heal Tierney Nb
Vice President--Glare Hill er
Secretory and Treasurer--Lionel Blanchard
Our class ploy, althdugh it was "A FTHRRV DlIl.'1'IZ", was . K
greet success, and we hope our class nlav next :fear will be
just as good. ' -J
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STYIOR CIACS HISTORY
At the heed of the herd stand the seniors, we must have 16 credits by
May 24. The periods must be arranged to take in at least 4 classes, Phy-
sicnl Education, some extra-curricular activities, end still have 3-little
ft-ime-ani-.the side. "What am I going to do"","Cen I get a job'?g if so,"ho7fT"'
rmfh rr1on5y cunl get'!", "Should I go to col1ege'?","Whet school should I
go to?W Uwhet will it cost?N, HHow ere our pictures?W, Hwhut will we wear
to gruduntion7H Nwhet will the exercises be like7W The questions come to
ss thick und fest.
In a yeer we shell be alumni, then we won't have all this to think
about. We shell reninisce about the years behind us. As beginners in kinder-
garten with 50 enrolled the first dey, one fell off the wood pile und eno-
ther got lost on the wey home st noon. The group was split up for the first
grade, but was intact again in the second. We were the first class to use
the second grade addition built on the WLittle White Schooln. Then came
the big advancement, we started the third grade up ut the WBig Schooln.
We went from fourth to eighth grade--thrgurh fractions and decimals--over
nouns, prepositions, and ndvcrbs--pgst South America, Europe, end Asia--'
ground spelling, music, nrt, und ell the rest of it. All this we did just
to get into high school.
Oh, we shell never forget that first dey in high school. We hed to sit
there end see the Seniors und Juniors going around so confidently, the
Sophomores Qgting like they knew what it was ell about, and we-- the Fresh-
men--wishing we knew whut it wus all about.
Now we have all completed our courses in high school end though we
really do not went to leave--and never went to forget--none welcome failure
to graduate at the lest moment. A lot has happened since that first day in
kindergarten. What shell we be doing after thot much time hes gone by
again? We are Wending but beginningq.
CLASS PRCPHECY, FUTURE
l. Glendon Bork-is now the trumpet player in Guy Lombardo's orchestra.
2. 'IEEE T.T5?u1-is now the gir1's athletic coach at Minneapolis.
3. DEZJTTQ Eh?-is now working as private secretary for Mr. Mitby
4. Dale Hatfield-is now the owner of a large farm on Highway 64.
5. Delores Hetchler-is Dean of Women at Carlton College.
6. Foster Einton-is now running e tavern in Rice Lake.
7. Burliegh Jann-is now the depot agent at Holcombe.
8. Alvide Johnson-is drawing covers for the WPictorial Reviewn magazine.
9. Vlr inia farson-is chief cook at WToutents Hoteln.
10. Egg ford-ls now running for Senator.
ll. Lawrence Carmod -now owns a farm near New Auburn.
12. Elll Currie-ls now assistant Janitor in nCornell High Schooln.
13. Goldean Clngras-is now designing dresses in New York.
14. Glenn Hakes- s now teaching WAgriculturen in the University of Minnesota.
15. The guest stars on Kate Smith hour next Saturday night will be those
WTwins of Hermonyn Mildred Halverson and Catherine Hanson.
16. Olga Sockness-is now celebrating her fifth wedding anniversary.
17. Sever Solie-pitched a successful season for the Detroit Tigers.
18. fiure St. Aubin-is working in a grocery store in Chippewa Falls.
. Ed Furfeerst-is now the coach et St. Mary College.
. folores Warden-hes crashed into Hollywood and is acting as a stand-in
for Martha Raye.
21. Albert Schultz-is now the drummer in Kay Kysers orchestra.
22. Daryl Smith-ls now e tailor in Cadott.
23. Florence Mitchell-is a stenographer in a large banking concern in Fifield.
24. Mary Jean Malott-married Jim Holden-famous log roller, and are now
rolling logs together.
25. Le Verne McColloch-is running a farm on 27.
26. Vlrglnla Popple-is now writing WAdvice to the Lovelornn in the green sheet
for the Milwaukee Journal.
27. Llo d Toutant-is married and is residing at Oah Park, Illinois.
28. Harriet Whipple-is now a dramatic instructor at Rice Lake.
29. Francis 1 son-is shorthand teacher at Park Falls, Wisconsin.
50. Eernlce Yohnk-is now giving tap-dancing lessons in Cameron.
51. Orville Bowers-is now managing the nAce of Clubsu.
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I Norman Cox, Gera Clark, Florian Hagan, Francis Capek, Floyd Johnson,
Lloyd Sadler, La ce Hatfield, John Then, Jack Hanson, Delbert
Wal rs Solmon eaudin, Lloyd Bemis.
. II r buthr Melvin Albrecht, Alton Halverson, Lois Dawson, Ninifred
er, ua ta Thune, Darell Anthony, Donald Ash, Maynard Retzloff,
or a L ge, Jean Lightfoot, Melva Johnson, Edith Roberts, Caroline
. Grot olene rtz, Sh' y Dietzman, Mr. McChesney.
,I Mil d Knez, D orp s n, Edna Brun, Genevieve Crosby, Lorraine
f F el, Lois St ha s Margaret Mitchell, Agnes Saxe, Harriet Bunes,
verly Johns LaFcrge, Margueritte Jennings.
SOPHONORE CLASS HISTORY
Under the able supervision of Mr. McChesney, the Sophomore class has
successfully completed another year of high school.
With Donald Ash as our President, and Jean Lightfoot as his assistant,
the group of forty-five Soph's entered high school for a second time.
Many girls joined the X.Y.Z. club and some also went out for de-
clamations and oratory. Lloyd Bemis is still the manager of the basket-
ball team with Alton Halverson as his assistant.
The end of the year finds only 42 NSophisticated Sophsn still enrolled,
but they plan for bigger and better things in the future.
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