Deadwood High School - Bear Log Yearbook (Deadwood, SD)
- Class of 1955
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In e ch of us there is a little of the spirit of the builder. As grade school y gster
modeled fanciful shapes in clay. As high school students we have been called upon to
stagings for plays, to build settings for junior-senior prorns, and to build floats.
Perhaps in the moments when we permit ourselves to think seriously we try to build our
lives so that we can be useful and care for ourselves in the restless, changing world of to-
day and so, we hope, that we can fit the unknown world of tomorrow.
In building better lives for individuals we are building better life for the community, na-
tion, and world. All this building of "self" takes planning on the part of our board, admin-
istrators, and our teachers. Two of the larger and more obvious'of these plans for this year
are the building of a grade school annex and the construction fto begin soonj of an armory-
All in all one can see there is a lot of building in our lives, consequently our theme for
this year is a construction theme. We hope to review how we built in scholarship and in the
many "extras" such as sports, debate, declam, drama, music, and publications which make
a rich experience of school.
Back of all this design, this building, there must be two important forces, drive and mon-
ey: thus it is that we dedicate our annual to our parents, whose taxes make our education
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H.S. Berger, Superintendent of Deadwood Pub-
lic Schools since 1928, received his B.S. de-
gree at Northeast Missouri State Teachers
College and his M.A. degree at the University
of Missouri. This year has been an unusually
busy one for Mr. Berger. In addition to his
regular duties, he has been supervising a Ina-
jor building program--the construction of a
grade school annex and an armory-auditoriurn.
'rx R.H. Krug, principal, came to Deadwood High
-X-NX School in 1925. Mr. Krug received his B.A.
degree at North Central College, Naperville,
Illinois, and his M.A. degree at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. Mr. Krug handles school
problems with logic and a kindly sense of hu-
mor. In his leisure hours, he is an excellent
Miss Lola Kersten has been Secretary of Dead-
wood Public Schools since 1935, serving with
an efficiency which all appreciate. In summer-
time, Miss Kersten is an ardent golfer.
George Con n egan teaching science at Deadwood
Miss Mary Craig, music and dramatics teacher since
High Sch 943. Mr- Conklin received his BAA, 1929, has a B.A. degree from Black Hills Teachers
degree f ount Union College, Alliance, ohio. College and a M-A- from the University Of Wyoming-
M Con is active in Church Work. Each year Miss Craig wins anew, public approval for
her excellent plays and more important, the affection
4 of students as expressed in "Roses for Miss Craig."
Lavern Clark came to Deadwood High School in 1949
after receiving his B.E. degree at Black Hills Teachers
College. Mr. Clark is Deadwood's instruxnental music
teacher and blows a "sweet" clarinet himself. X
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Franklin Brainard, English, social science, and jour-
nalism teacher, came here in 1946. He received his
B.A. degree at .Taxnestown College, Jamestown, North '
Dakota, and his M.A. degree at the University of North
Dakota. Mr. Brainard is adviser for the Bruin and Bear
Log and an ardent photographer.
Glenn Burgess, head coach in basketball, assistant
coach in football, and physical education instructor
came to D.H.S. in l95Z. Mr. Burgess received his B.A.
degree at Black Hills Teachers College. Like Mr. Krug,
with whom he frequently fishes, Mr. Burgess whips a
"mean" Royal Coachman.
Miss Beverly Ann Edson, who began teaching speech
and English in Deadwood this year, received her B.F.A.
degree from the University of South Dakota. She likes
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Mrs. Louise M. Farrens, who joined the high school
faculty this year, has a B.S. in education from the
University of Nebraska. Mrs. Farrens teaches Latin
to cook and enjoys bowling and tennis. and English and says that home and children consti-
tute her hobby.
Mrs. Edna Ferguson, English teacher and school li-
brarian, came to D.H.S. in l944. She received her
B.A. degree at Arkansas A.kM. Like her husband,
Stewart Ferguson, she is an avid reader.
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Stewart Fergusm, head football coach and assistant bas-
ketball coach, carne to Deadwood High School in l944. Mr.
Ferguson received his B.A. degree at mkota Wesleyan
and his M.A. degree fran Louisiana State. After a close
squeak with eternity and the removal of one lung this
year, Coach Ferguson is back with us in perfect health.
Eldon Gran becarre the high school conmercial teacher
in 1953. Mr. Gran, formerly grade school principal,
will undoubtedly be most remembered by students for
his thoroughness and his pungent humor. He received
his B.S. degree at Black Hills Teachers College.
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J. Ora Horsfall has given us his services as manual art
teacher since 1929. lvlr. Horsfall received his B.E. de-
gree from Plattsville State College, Plattsville, Wiscon-
sin. Mr. Horsfall and his wife run the Tomahawk Golf
Club in the summer months. Proof of Mr. Horsfa.1l's a-
bility is the Horsfal1's lovely home which he built.
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Miss Lucie Jensen, ma
ing at Deadwood High School in 1947. She attended the
University of Washington where she received her B.S.
degree. Miss Jensen is the owner of a lovely hand
Mrs. Elsie Krug came to Deadwood High School in 1936
as the Girl's Physical Education Instructor. Attending the
University of South Dakota, Mrs. Krug received her B,S.
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Merlyn W. Veren, assistant basketball coach, received
Miss Van Heuvelen, home economics teacher at Dead-
wood High School since 1946, attended Dakota Wesley- his B.E. from the University of South Dakota. Mr.
an where she received her B.S. degree. Neatness might Veren, who came here this year, is an under "BO"
golfer and an all around sportsman.
well he this cheerful teacher's middle name.
beadwood Eval-d Yurtluer-A Kuildiny Program
The combined efforts of the Deadwood School Board and Superintendent H.S. Berger, backed
by a cooperative community, resulted in a much needed building program. This two-fold program
includes a grade school annex, on which work has commenced, and an armory-auditorium soon to
Added to the south of the present school building, the grade school annex, costing S84,658.86,
will house three classrooms, one multi-purpose room, one office, and lavatories. The multi-
purpose room is designed so that it can be used as a cafeteria by faculty and students.
Deadwood's active P.T.A. has taken the job of furnishing the kitchen. A benefit concert netted
5255.00 as a beginning, and well-patronized candy sales at basketball games have brought in more
money each week.
The armory-auditorium, costing SZ83,000.00, will be about one block south of the school on the
opposite side of Upper Main Street. Of this sum, the community is providing Sl75,000.00, while
the goverrunent is supplying S108,000.00. The total figure is to cover cost of site, building, and
The building, to be used as a gymnasium by the school and a meeting center for the National
Guard, will seat 2200 for basketball games and will have cooking facilities.
Former board member, Mr. Francis I. Parker, has been the legal counsel for the board in
matters connected with the building plans.
SCHOOL BOARD: Seated, left to right--Mr. Martin Morris, Member, Mrs. Sylvia
Baggaley, Presidentg Miss Lola Kersten,Secretary3 Mr. Elmer Pontius, Member.
Standing, left to right--Mr. Harry S. Berger, Superintendentg Mr. Harold Mitchell,
Member, Mr. George Palmer, Member, Mr. Carlton O. Gorder, Treasurer.
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STUDENT COUNCIL: left to right--Arne Sjomeling, Belva Burtzlaff, Peri Ann Hughes, Henry
Frawley, Mr. Krug, Pauline Neavill, .Timmy Young, .Terry Hardy, Jack Sears.
On September 2.4, 1954, the first meeting of the Student Council was held. The student body had
elected Hank Frawley president previous to the meeting. At the first meeting, the Vice President,
Arne Sjomeling, was elected and Pauline Neavill was voted Secretary-Treasurer.
The first two meetings were devoted to the discussion of Bear Day activities. The discussions
of the next two meetings were on the subject of electing "B" team cheerleaders. School spirit,
or lack of it, was the subject of the next few meetings. The following meetings were devoted to
bringing the Alumni Directory up to date.
Student Council has as its object guiding student activity and providing for student government.
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As they come to the end of their senior year, the 44 members of the class of '55
find that they have become Master Craftsmen. To them is given the responsibility of
plying their trades in the future.
This year the senior class elected as their President, Bill Besharag Darrell Stone-
berger, Secretary-Treasurer: and Jim Veitl, Vice-President.
Henry Frawley and Pauline Neavill were delegates to Student Council where Henry
became President and Pauline, Secretary.
Elaine Fish as All School Queen reigned over Bear Day with her attendants,
Janet Chyba and Betty Cooper, while Pauline Neavill adorned the senior ,Z4-,5
class float as senior queen. ?
Sherill Person was the winner of the "Homemaker of Tomorrow"
award and represented D.I-l.S. in the state contest. -
Receiving the annual D.A.R. award this year was Elaine '
George Clark represented Deadwood High School mv., H ml -
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P1-eAen ting The Maw ter C'raftAmen
Dale David Allen ---- "Dale" Boys Glee Club 2,3,43
Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 Student Council 2,33 Boys' State
33 Class Officer 13 Student Congress 43 S.D.H.S,P.A.
3,43 Bruin Staff 3,43 Bear Log Staff 3,43 Bear Log Ed-
itor 43 Class Play 33 Music Festival 2,33 Christmas
Play 23 Senior Play 43 A-Band 4g Football 1,23 Quill
and Scroll 2,3,43 Student Council Officer 3g Working
33 Turnbling Tea.m 1,22 Azmual Clinic 4g Student Coun-
cil Representative 3.
Lawrence Edward Anfinson ---- "Eddie" Entered
William Carl Auer ---- "Bill" "D" Club 2,41 Foot-
ball Manager 23 Working 2.3 Football 4.
Karl Rhineholt Bentz ---- "Fritz" or "Karl" Glee
Club l,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,43 Football Mana-
ger 13 Weight Tearns l,2,3,43 Dramatics Club 13 Band
l,2,3,43 Christmas Play l,2,3,43 Class Play 3,42 Band
Music Festival l,2,33 Glee Club Music Festival 1,2,
3,43 Mixed Octet 3,43 Boys Quartet 3,43 Special Boys
Glee Club 43 Track 1,21 "D" Club.
SENIOR CLASS OF-
FICERS: Left to
Vice - president,
ger, Secretary, Bill
Sylvia Dorene Berry ---- "Syl" Glee Club 2,3,45 G.A.A.
2,3,45 Basketball 2,3545 Volleyball 2,3,45 Baseball 2,35
G.A.A. Officer 45 Christmas Play 45 Class Play 3,45
S.D.H,S.P.A. 45 Bear Log Staff 45 Editorial Chairman
45 Music Festival 2,3,45 Special Glee Club 45 Bad-
minton 35 Aerial Tennis 2,45 Working 45 Annual Clinic
William Patrick Beshara ---- "Bill" Boys Glee Club
l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Debate 1,25 Football
l,2,3,45 Basketball Manager 3,45 Class Play 35 Music
Festival l,2,35 Christmas Play l,2,3,45 Working 15
Class President 45 Boys Octet Il 45 S.D.H.S.P.A, 45
Bruin Staff 3,4.
Helen Bess Brandt ---- "Helen B." Glee Club l,2,3,45
Special Glee Club l,2,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 A cap-
pella 2,35 Dramatics Club l, G.A.A. l,2,3,45 G.A.A.
Officer 45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Volleyball l,2,3,45 Soft-
ball l,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 S.D.H.S.P.A. 45 Music
Festival l,2,3,45 Bruin Staff 2,3,45 Bruin Exchange
Editor 45 Student Congress 45 Class Play 3,45 Christ-
mas Play 35 Bear Log Staff 4.
Kay Marie Buchmaster ---- "Nlarie" Glee Club 1,25
Special 15 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Volley-
ball l,2,3,45 Baseball l,2,35 Library 2,45 Music Fes-
tival l,25 Badminton 1,35 Aerial Tennis 2,45 Senior
Play 45 Working 2.
Janet Rose Chyba ---- "Ian" Glee Club l,2,3,45 Spe-
cial Glee Club l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 A cappel-
la 35 Drannatics Club 15 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 G.A.A. Officer
45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Volleyball l,2,3,45 Baseball 152,
35 Bruin 2,3,45 Bear Log Staff 2,3,45 Majorette 45 Pep
Club 2,3,45 S.D.H.S.P.A. 45 Cheerleader 45 All School
Attendant 45 Class Play 3,45 Christmas Play l,2,3,45
Music Festival l,2,3,45 Sextet 35 Octet 45 Tumbling
l,2,3,45 Badminton Tournaxnent 1,35 Aerial Tennis 2,4.
George Calvin Clark ---- "George" Football l,2,3,45
Glee Club 1,25 lviixed Chorus 1,25 Band l,2,3,45 Christ-
mas Play 1,25 Class Play Stage Manager 35 "D" Club
2,3,45 All-State Band 2,3,45 Band Music Festival l,2,35
45 Brass Sextet 1,25 Student Congress 35 Class Play 4.
Betty Lou Cooper ---- "Betty" Glee Club l,2,3,45
Special Glee Club 1,45 Nlixed Chorus 25 G.A.A. l,2,35
Basketball l,2,35 Volleyball l,2,35 Baseball 15 Dra-
matics Club 15 Christmas Play l,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,
45 Bruin Staff 2,3,45 A cappella 25 Class Play 35 All
School Attendant 45 Music Festival 152,35 Working
45 Tumbling 1,25 Badminton 35 Aerial Tennis 1,25
Melodious Twelve 3.
Larry John DiSanto ---- "Larry" Glee Club 152,35
Mixed Chorus l,2,35 Band l,2,45 Class Officer 25 "D"
Club l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Working 2,45 Music
Festival l,2,3,45 Christmas Play 1,25 Class Play 3,45
Boys Glee Club l,2,35 Boys Quartet 35 Bear Log 45
Round Robin Tournament 1,2 5 Tumbling 1,25 Volley-
ball l,2,35 Weight Team 15 Softball 253,45 Baseball 15
Henry Ja.mes Frawley ---- "Hank" Student Council 1,43
Student Council President 43 Class President 33 Stu-
dent Council Convention 4g Student Congress 4g
S.D.H.S.P.A. 3,43 Glee Club l,2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
l,2,3,43 Special Glee Club 43 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,43
Boys Octet 43 Mixed Sextet 43 Boys Quartet 43 Tune-
ful Twelve 33 Basketball l,2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 Debate
13 Christmas Play l,2,3,43 Class Play 3,43 Bruin Staff
3,41 "D" Club 2,3,43 Football 1,23 Latin Club 1,23
Bear Log Staff 43 Music Festival l,2,3,4.
Phyllis Ronoda Gordon ---- "Phyl" Entered 3rd year3
G.A.A. 33 Volleyball 33 Glee Club 33 Christmas Play
33 Pep Club 33 Working 3,4.
James Edgar Hutcherson ---- "Hutch" Weight Teams
l,2,33 Bruin Staff 2,41 Football 1,23 Bear Log Staff
43 Senior Play 4.
Harold Floyd Iwan ---- "Floyd" Band l,2,3,43 Band
Festival l,2,3,43 Massed Band l,2,3,43 Cornet Quartet
3,43 Brass Sextet 23 Debate 1.
Mary Jane Drake ---- "Fuzzy" Glee Club 1,23 Special
Glee Club 1,23 Dramatics Club 13 A cappella 23 G.A.A.
l,2,3,43 G.A.A. Officer 43 Basketball l,2,33 Volley-
ball l,2,3,43 Christmas Play 13 Class Play 33 Music
Festival 1,23 Working 43 Badrriinton Tournament 1,2,
3,43 Tumbling l,2,3.
John Franklin Fillmore ---- "John" Glee Club l,2,3,43
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,43 Track 13 Christmas Play 1,2,
3,43 Class Play 3,41 Music Festival l,2,33 Football
1,2,43 "D" Club 43 Working l,Z,3,4.
Doris Elaine Fish ---- "Lanie" Glee Club l,2,33 Spe-
cial Glee Club l,2,33 A cappella 23 Sextet 33 G.A.A.
l,2,3,43 G.A.A. Officer 3,43 Basketball l,2,3,43 Vol-
leyball l,2,3,43 Baseball 2,3,43 Badminton Tourna-
ments 2,42 Aerial Tennis Tournaments 1,31 Declam-
atory l,2,3,43 Quill and Scroll 33 Christmas Play 1,Z,31
Howe Scholarship Cup 13 Ivfajorette l,Z,3,4Q Bear Log
Staff -3,43 Bruin Staff 2,3,41 Dramatics Club 13 Pep
Club 2,3,43 Sophomore Class Queen3 Cheerleader 43
All School Queen 43 D.A.R. 43 N.F.L. 43 S.D.H.S.P.A.
3,43 Class Play 3,43 Music Festival 2,32 Student Con-
Verlin Lloyd Fox ---- "Verlin" Glee Club 1,43 Mixed
Chorus 1,43 Bruin Staff 33 Working l,2,3,43 Christ-
mas Play 43 Music Festival l,4.
Annette Yvonne Kittelman ---- "Nettie" Glee Club
l,2,3,43 Special Glee Club l,3,43 Quartet 43 G.A.A.
l,Z,33 Basketball 1,2,33 Volleyball l,2,33 Baseball
1,2,33 Christmas Play 1,2,3,43 Class Play 33 Bruin
Staff 2,3,43 Drarnatics Club 1,23 Pep Club 2,3,43 Cheer-
leader 43 Badminton 23 Aerial Tennis 1,33 Table Ten-
nis 33 Music Festival 1,2,3,4.
Frances Ella Kunsman ---- "Fran" Glee Club 1,23
Special Glee Club 13 G.A.A. 1,23 Basketball 1,23 Vol-
leyball 1,23 Baseball 13 Aerial Tennis 2,42 Badminton
13 Christmas Play 23 Library 23 Pep Club 33 Debate
33 Bruin Staff 3,43 Latin Club 13 Working 2,33 Senior
Play 43 Music Festival l,2.
mester of Sophomore year3 Glee Club 23 Library 3
Pep Club 33 Class Play 43 Music Festival 2.
Michael Ray Larson ---- "Nlick" Weight Teams l,3,43
Glee Club 3,43 Mixed Chorus 3,43 Christmas Play 43
Working 3,43 Class Play 43 Bruin Staff 3.
Mary Lou Lanphear ---- Ulvfary Lou" Entered 2nd Se-
Florence Elizabeth Lauer ---- "Flossie" Glee Club
l,Z,3,4Q Special Glee Club 1,43 Mixed Chorus 43 A cap-
pella l3 G.A.A. 23 Basketball 23 Volleyball 23 Band
1,2,3,43 Pep Band 2,3,43 German Band 33 Clarinet
Quartet 23 Band Festival l,2,3,43 Christmas Play
1,2,3,43 Class Play 3,43 Bruin Staff 2,3,43 Pep Club
2,3,4Q Library 43 Latin Club 13 Music Festival 1,2,3.
Patricia Ann Lubisher ---- "Pat" Glee Club 1,23 Spe-
:ial Glee Club 1,23 G.A.A. 1,23 Basketball 1,23 V01-
leyball 1,2Q Baseball 1,23 Badminton 13 Aerial Tennis
2.3 A cappella Zz Music Festival 1,23 Class Play 4.
Kurt Machler ---- "Kurt" Glee Club 43 Mixed Chorus
43 Christmas Play 4.
Marcia Anne Moore ---- "Marcia" Glee Club l,2,3,4Q
Special Glee Club l,Z,3,43 Mixed Chorus 2,3,43 A cap-
pella 2,33 Ivixed Sextet 43 Mixed Octet 43 G.A.A. l,2,33
Basketball l,2,33 Volleyball l,2,33 Baseball 1,23
Christmas Play 1,Z,33 Class Play 3,41 Dramatics
Club 13 Majorette 2,3,43 Pep Club 2,3,43 Cheerleader
43 Freshman Class Queen3 Declamatory lp Bruin
Staff 2,3,43 Bear Log Staff 3,43 Badxninton Tournament
1,31 Tumbling l,2,3,43 Music Festival 2,3,4.
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Mary Carlene Rotter ---- "Carly" G.A.A. 1,2,33 Soft-
ball 13 Basketball 1,23 Volleyball 1,23 General Glee
Club 1,2,3,43 Special Glee Club l,2,3,43 A cappella
2,32 Mixed Chorus Z,3,43 Dramatic Club 13 Student
Council 13 Pep Club Z,3,43 Cheerleader 3,43 Christ-
mas Play l,2,3,43 Class Play 3,43 Bruin 2,3,43 Mixed
Octet 43 Mixed Sextet 43 Mixed Quartet 43 Girls Quar-
tet 33 Bear Log 43 Girls Octet 2,33 Trio 33 Latin Club
1,23 Class Queen 33 Music Festival l,2,3,4.
Betty Lou Sargent ---- "Betty" G.A.A. 1,23 Basketball
1,23 Volleyball 1,23 Baseball 1,23 Glee Club 1,23 Spe-
cial Glee Club 1,23 Christmas Play 13 Class Play 43
Badminton 13 Aerial Tennis 23 Baseball l,2.
Richard Claude Schlax ---- "Dick" Track 13 Glee
Club 3,43 lvixed Chorus 3,42 Christmas Play 23 Work-
Richard Charles Sears ---- "Rich" Football 1,2,3,43
Basketball 1,2,3,43 Track l,2,3,43 Glee Club l,2,3,43
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Band l,2,3,43 Christmas Play
1,2,3,4j Bruin Staff 2,3,4j Class President 33 Debate
13 Student Council 23 S.D.H.S.P.A. 43 Music Festival
1,2,3,4Q Class Play 3,43 All Conference End 33 3rd
Team All-State End 33 Bear Log Staff 3,43 "D" Club
Z,3,43 Boys Octet 43 Round Robin Tournament 1,23
Pep Band 1.
Mary Pauline Neavill ---- "Paula" Glee Club 1,2,3,43
Special Glee Club 13 Mixed Chorus 3,43 A cappella
33 G.A.A. 1,23 Basketball 1,23 Volleyball 1,23 Base-
ball 13 Christmas Play l,2,3,43 Class Play, Stage 33
Bruin Staff Z,3,43 Class Secretary, Treasurer 23 Pep
Club Z,3,43 Senior Class Queen3 Music Festival l,2,33
Girls Quartet 43 Student Council Secretary 43 Work-
ing Z,3,43 Latin Club 1,23 Bear Log 4.
Geraldine Lea Page ---- "Gerry" Glee Club 1,23 Spe-
cial Glee Club 1,23 A cappella 23 G.A.A. 1,23 Basket-
ball 1,23 Volleyball 1,23 Baseball 13 Christmas Play
13 Class Play 3,4.
Thomas James Perrett ---- "Tommy" Weight Teams
33 Football 1,2,3,43 Weight Teams 43 "D" Club 4.
Sherill Lue Person ---- "Sherry Lue" G.A.A. 1,23
Basketball 13 Volleyball 1,23 Badminton Tournament
13 General Glee Club l,2,3,43 Special Glee Club 1,23
A cappella 2,33 Mixed Chorus Z,3,43 Quartet 43 Me-
lodious Twelve 33 Music Festival 1,2,3,43 Christmas
Play l,2,3,43 Class Play 3,43 Dramatic Club 13 Bruin
Staff 2,3,43 Bruin Assistant Editor 33 Bruin Editor-
ln-Chief 43 S.D.H.S.P.A. 3,43 Quill and Scroll 3,43
N.F.L. 43 Declamatory 2,3,43 District Declam 2,32
Bear Log Staff Z,3,43 Pep Club 2,33 Student Congress
43 Girls State Representative 33 Homemaker of To-
Donald Arthur Sonne ---- "Don" or "Sonny" Football
l,2,3,43 Weight Teams l,2,33 "D" Club 2,3,43Class
Gerald Sternad ---- "Jerry" Entered 3rd yearg Foot-
ball 3,41 "D" Club 3,4.
Darrel Carl Stoneberger ---- "Tot" Football lg Bas-
ketball l,2,3,43 Glee Club 13 Mixed Chorus 13 "D"
Club 43 Class Officer 13 Christmas Play 13 Tumbling
1,2 3 Round Robin Tournament 1,23 Volleyball Tourna-
ment l,23 Softball 3,43 Baseball 13 Senior Play 4.
Jim Allen Veitl ---- "Jim" Track 1,2,43 Track Mana-
ger 33 "D" Club 3,42 Work 3,43 Annual Staff 43 Class
Vice-President 43 Weight Teams 13 S.D.H.S.P.A. 3,43
Quill and Scroll 33 Boys State 33 Glee Club 1,2,33
Mixed Chorus l,2,33 Basketball 1,2 3 Football 33 Class
Secretary, Treasurer 33 Student Council 3.
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Luke Truman Walker ---- "Luke" Football 1,23 Track
1,23 Working 3,43 Weight Team 13 Class Play 4.
Robert Eugene Whitelock ---- "Gene" Basketball 1,
2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Volleyball l,2,3,43 Round Robin
Tournament 1,23 Track 33 "D" Club 2,3,43 Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Boys Glee Club 1,2,3,43 Tuneful Twelve
33 Boys Octet 43 Music Festival l,2,3,4Q Class Play
3,43 Christmas Play 1,2,3,43 Class President 23
Working 23 Bruin Staff 1,2,3,43 Bear Log Staff 3,41
Monte Gene Widdoss ---- "Monte" Glee Club 1,2,3,43
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,43 Boys Quartet 3,41 Tuneful
Twelve 33 Mixed Quartet 43 Mixed Sextet 43 Latin
Club 1,22 Christmas Play l,2,3,43 Class Play 3,41
Bruin Staff 2,3,43 Bear Log Staff 4g Music 'Festival
1,2,3,43 Class Secretary, Treasurer 1: Football 13
Basketball 1,22 Annual Clinic 4.
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sodent Smile." 5. A break in her leisure time. 6. Triple Threat Team! 7. Get that man off your
mind! 8. And you get that woman off your mind! 9. Man, can I go!!! 10. Kinda.
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Arne Sjomeling as our President, Suzanne Litz, Vice-President, and Bob
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and ride on our float with a theme called "Lick 'Em." ,
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pose11 5. Never saw a horse with suede shoesll 6. One-shot Williamson. 7. Such a "dear." 8.
Awww, you say the sweetest things!! 9. Hail, hail, the gang's all herell 10. Macbeth lived here. 11.
Breakin' in on "Junior Skip Day." 12. Marilyn, why did you have to change so much? ? 7 13. "Hep
Cats" of D.H.S. 14. This is Sherill fCalamity Jane, Person. 15. "Peppy, Peppy, you are our mas-
cot true." 16. "They were doin' the mambo? '? ?" 17. Bewildered, bored or shocked? We'll leave
it up to you. 8. Looks like Helen's been ridin' horses too long. 19. Yell loud, Sophs, you need the
vote to get the prize. 20. Duh, what's up, docs? ? '? Z1. Where's your "Pepsodent smile," Helen?
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teachers wondering what was wrong with the
However, the sophomores held enough of
their wits about them to elect Robert Mack
as Presidentg Don Gross, Vice-Presidentg
and Patricia Williamson, Secretary-Treas-
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elected .Tim Young and Jerry Hardy.
The Sophomore Class chose .lean Maki as
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madly dashing around the halls trying
to find such things as classrooms and
people who could open their lockers
When the teachers calrned them down
enough, the freshmen elected Peri Ann
Hughes and Jack Sears with Marjorie
Bell and Jean Pigney as alternates to
represent them on the student council.
Before they were used to their new
surroundings, the laborers again as-
serrbled and this tirne elected Peri Ann
Hughes, Marvixi Lee, and Jack Sears
as class officers.
On Bear Day, Her Highness Judy
Shana rode aboard the frosh float which
carried the theme, "Beat Bell." The
freshmen's idea and workmanship on
the float were good enough to place it
second in the parade.
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retary, Peri Ann Hughes:
President, Jack Searsg
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ANNUAL OFFICERS: Seated
--Sylvia Berry, Editorial
Chairrran: lvir. Brainard, Ad-
Standing: left to right--lvionte
Widdoss, Art Editorg .Timmy
Veitl, Assistant Editor, Dale
Allen, Editorg Suzanne Litz,
Assistant Editorg Gene
Whitelock, Co-Business Nlan-
agerg Henry Frawley, Co-
Business Managerg .To Anne
Pringle, Assistant Editor:
Richard Sears, Assistant Ed-
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BEAR LOG STAFF: lst row, left to right--Dale Allen, Jim Veitl, Gene Whitelock, Woody William-
son, Larry DiSanto, Monte Widdoss. Znd row--Mr. Brainard, Jean Maki, Sylvia Berry, Sherill
Person, Janet Chyba, Helen Brandt, Suzanne Litz. 3rd row--Jeanne Cleveland, Connie McCarroll,
Richard Sears, Henry Frawley, Io Anne Pringle, Belva Burtzlaff.
Special thanks go to lviarcia Moore, Pauline Neavill, and Nlary Rotter, who though not staff mem-
bers at the time the picture was taken, "came through" with a lot of help--the last minute kind
that means so much. 26
The Staff With The lllimeograpln C'ompoAeA
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lst row, left to right--Jeanne Cleveland, Marilyn Rotter, Geraldine Clauser, Mary Eilers, Leona
Marshall, Margaret Slack, Jolyn Kimble, Annette Kittelman, Joanne Deatherage, LaRee Redinger,
Pauline Neavill. Znd row--Patricia Williamson, Sandra Gravelle, Carolyn Jacobson, Marlyne
Kuykendall, Jerry Hardy, Betty Cooper, Mary Rotter, Janet Chyba, Sherill Person, Mr. Brainard.
3rd row--Peggy Huhta, Jean Maki, Elaine Fish, Joanna Francescato, Frances Kunsman, Shirley
Hendrickson, Carol Johnson, Paula Engebretson, Yvonne Hobbs, Suzanne Litz. 4th row--Helen
Brandt, Diane Heine, Jill Anfinson, Joyce Shostrom, Nancy Newell, Jo Anne Pringle, Lois Pringle,
Judy Ann Semmons, Florence Lauer. 5th row--Bill Beshara, Tom Gorder, Darrell Stoneberger,
James Hutcherson, Henry Frawley, Monte Widdoss, Richard Sears, Dale Allen, Walter William-
son, Gene Whitelock.
Not Pictured--Marcia Moore
ln D.H.S, anyone with the desire to write and to work can join the Bruin.
BRUIN OFFICERS: seated
--Mr. Brainard, Adviser,
Mr. Gran, Technical Ad-
viser. Standing, left to
right--Janet Chyba, Art
Editorg Helen Brandt, Ex-
change Editorg Peggy
Huhta, Assistant Editorg
Bill Beshara, Sports Ed-
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lst row, left to right--Frances Cordova, Karen Carter, Beverly Bobst, Jean Goodroad, Jeannie
Cleveland, Judy Sharna, Sylvia Berry, Annette Kittelman, Rozelle Stalder, LaRee Redinger, Judy
Znd row--Sandra Gravelle, Glenrose Hill, Sondra Snapp, Gloria Johnson, Mary Eilers, Leona Mar-
shall, Nlargaret Slack, Sophia Fuhrmann, Delores Heinrich, Jolyn Kimble, Romell Kaelberer, Mrs.
3rd row--Pat Williamson, Darlene Lester, Elaine Fish, Jean Maki, Barbara McDade, Marlyne
Kuykendall, Yvonne Hobbs, Joanna Francescato, Shirley Nelson, Carolyn Collins, Mary Jane Drake,
4th row--Roberta VanDerVorst, Marlene Hansen, Jean Pigney, Helen Brandt, Jill Anfinson, Shir-
ley Roebuck, Sharon Farrens, Diane Heine, Shirley Hendrickson, Karen Shockey, Maria Klein.
5th row--Muriel Roth, Judy Semmons, Belva Burtzlaff, Jo Anne Pringle, Nancy Newell, Lois
Pringle, Kay Buckmaster, Judy Hudson, Ramona Sheppard.
The Girls' Athletic Association, having elected Elaine Fish, President, and Janet Chyba, Secre-
tary, held four tournaments this year. They were: the badminton tournament, which Maria Klein
won, the table tennis tournament, which is not yet completed: and the volleyball and basketball
tournaments, both of which were won by the sophomore class.
The girls in G.A.A. are given points for their hours of athletic activity and are awarded letters
according to the number of points earned. Four points are given for each hour of organized ac-
tivity while three points are given for each hour of unorganized activity.
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PEP CLUB: lst row, Cheerleaders, seated, left to right--Mary Rotter, Janet Chyba, Marcia
Moore, Elaine Fish, Annette Kittelman. Znd row--Judy Cleveland, LaRee Redinger, Joanne Death-
erage, Beverly Bobst, Jean Goodroad, Judy Shama, Jeanne Cleveland, Marilyn Rotter, Sandra
Gravelle, Rozelle Stalder, Gail Willuweit, Karen Carter, Pauline Neavill, Frances Cordova, Mrs.
Krug. 3rd row--Sophia Fuhrmann, Gloria Thingelstad, Mary Eilers, Leona Marshall, Patricia
Williamson, Peri Ann Hughes, Shirley Nelson, Darlene Lester, Gloria Johnson, Jolyn Kimble,
Glenrose Hill, Sondra Snapp, Connie Lou McCarroll. 4th row--Margaret Slack, Carolyn Collins,
Carolyn Jacobson, Virginia Clauser, Peggy Huhta, Carol Johnson, Suzanne Litz, Yvonne Hobbs,
Maria Klein, Marlyne Kuykendall, Jean Maki, Eugenie Suess. 5th row--Karen Shockey, Florence
Lauer, Diane Heine, Sharon Farrens, Jill Anfinson, Nancy Newell, Jo Anne Pringle, Belva Burtz-
laff, Judy Ann Sernmons, Shirley Roebuck, Shirley Hendrickson, Marlene Hansen.
Composed of "A" band members, the Pep Band is caught in the role of spirit building at the
Lead--Deadwood game of January 18, 1955.
'beadwood High We love Thy Name . . . "
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Peppy, the Panda Bear, is the
school rrnscot. ln pep assemblies
before athletic events, he is a-
warded for that event, to the class
which wins the competitive yell-
"A" CHEERLEADERS: left to
right--Mary Rotter, Janet Chy-
ba, Marcia Moore, Elaine Fish,
"D" CLUB: lst row, left to right--Don James, Larry DiSanto, Bill Beshara, Bob Sjomeling, Gene
Whitelock, Walter Willaimson, Henry Frawley, Richard Sears, Merno Stalder, .Tim Veitl, Coach
Znd row--Coach Burgess, Don Gross, Charles Crotty, Bill Auer, .Terry Sternad, Tom Perrett, Don
Sonne, George Clark, Darrell Stoneberger, John Fillmore, Larry Mitchell, Robert Mack.
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MIXED GLEE CLUB: lst row, left to right--Jeanne Cleveland,
Romell Kaelberer, Pat Williamson, Jerry Hardy, Jolyn Kimble,
Mary Rotter, Janet Chyba, Herby Clark, Sherill Person, Marilyn
Rotter, Pauline Neavill. Znd row--Marjory Bell, Marlyne Kuy-
kendall, Peggy Huhta, Helen Brandt, Jean Pigney, Florence Lauer,
Suzanne Litz, Carol Johnson, Yvonne Hobbs, Peri Ann Hughes, Di-
recotr-Miss Craig. 3rd row--Verlin Fox, Bill Beshara, Ronnie
Hennen, Gene Whitelock, Sharon Farrens, Lois Pringle, Jo Anne
Pringle, Joyce Shostrom, Kurt Machler, Larry Mitchell. 4th
row--Dick Schlax, Jim Hennen, Donnie Gross, Tom Gorder, Don-
nie Johnson, Carl Lindstrom, John Fillmore, Arne Sjomeling,
Woody Williamson. 5th row--Karl Bentz, Mickey Larson, Monte
Widdoss, Henry Frawley, James LeMar, Richard Sears, Dale
Allen, Willis Steinlicht. Not pictured--Marcia Moore.
eneral glee Clubber-A 'inalzen melodqe
GIRLS GLEE CLUB: lst row, left to right--Jean Goodroad, Joanne Deatherage, Pauline Neavill,
Annette Kittelman, Sophia Fuhrznann, Sylvia Berry, Katherine White, Judy Shama, Rozelle Stal-
der, Jeanne Cleveland, Beverly Bobst, Gail Willuweit, Judy Cleveland. Znd row--Shirley Ruth,
Glenrose Hill, Gloria Johnson, Margaret Slack, Leona Marshall, Sherill Person, Patricia Wil-
liamson, Romell Kaelberer, Mary Eilers, Connie McCarroll, Sondra Snapp, Marilyn Rotter, Miss
Craig. 3rd row--Mary Rotter, Marjory Bell, Eugenie Suess, Paula Engebretson, Peggy Huhta,
Maria Klein, Janet Chyba, Marlyne Kuykendall, Jean Maki, Carolyn Collins, Virginia Clauser,
Betty Cooper, Jolyn Kimble. 4th row--Barbara McDade, Roberta VanDerVorst, Karen Shockey,
Helen Bra.ndt, Suzarme Litz, Diane Heine, Florence Lauer, Jean Pigney, Shirley Hendrickson, Mar-
lene Hansen, Carol Johnson, Yvonne Hobbs. 5th row--Shirley Roebuck, Muriel Roth, Judy Sem-
mons, Belva Burtzlaff, Jo Anne Pringle, Nancy Newell, Lois Pringle, Joyce Shostrom, Sharon
Farrens, Jill Anfinson. Not pictured--Marcia Moore.
'l'A1l Juniors Refer to Senior Lit. Book.
OCTET ll: Seated at the piano--Flor-
ence Lauer, Marjory Bell. Standing,
left to right--Sophia Fuhrmann, Jean
Pigney, Muriel Roth, Peri Ann Hughes,
Connie Lou McCarroll, Romell Kael-
MIXED OCTET: Seated at the piano--
Nlary Rotter. Standing, left to right--
Henry Frawley, Monte Widdoss, Karl
Bentz, Marcia Moore, Kurt Machler,
Marilyn Rotter. Not pictured--Joyce
GIRLS QUARTET: Standing, left
to right--Mary Eilers, Annette
Kittelman, Pauline Neavill, Sherill
OCTET 1: Seated at piano, left to
right--Janet Chyba, Florence Lauer.
Standing, left to right--Marlyne
Kuykendall, Shirley Ruth, Karen
Shockey, J'o Anne Pringle, Sondra
BOYS QUARTET: Left to right--
Kurt Machler, Monte Widdoss,
Henry Frawley, Karl Bentz.
BOYS OCTET ll: Seated at piano,
Jimmy Hennen. Left to right--Arne
Sjomeling, Donnie Johnson, Karl
Bentz, Kurt lviachler, Bill Beshara,
Richard Sears. In background--
BOYS GLEE CLUB: lst row, left to right--Herb Clark, Donald Johnson, Gene Whitelock, Ronnie
Henne, Bill Beshara, Willis Steinlicht, Larry Mitchell, Kurt Machler, Jerry Hardy.
Znd row--Woody Williamson, Arne Sjomeling, John Fillmore, Carl Lindstrom, Don Gross, Jim
Hennen, Verlin Fox, Miss Craig.
3rd row--Tom Gorder, Dick Schlax, Karl Bentz, Mickey Larson, Henry Frawley, Monte Widdoss,
Jim LeMar, Richard Sears, Dale Allen.
SPECIAL GLEE CLUB: lst row, left to right--Marilyn Rotter, Annette Kittelman, Shirley Ruth,
Sherill Person, Helen Brandt, Patricia Williamson, Mary Eilers, Jolyn Kimble, Katherine White,
Znd row--Janet Chyba, Mary Rotter, Marlyne Kuykendall, Yvonne Hobbs, Marlene Hansen, Suzanne
Litz, Carol Johnson, Paula Engebretson, Peggy Huhta, Betty Cooper, Miss Craig.
3rd row--Florence Lauer, Judy Semmons, Belva Burtzlaff, Jo Anne Pringle, Nancy Newell, Lois
Pringle, Joyce Shostrom, Jill Anfinson, Diane Heine.
Not pictured--Marcia Moore
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Znd row--Walter Williamson, Kurt Machler, Gene Whitelock.
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Sherill Person, LaRee Red-
inger, Sandra Gravelle.
dall, Judy Semmons, .Till
Anfinson, Miss Edson, Nan-
cy Newell, Elaine Fish.
ORS: Left to right--Marjory
Bell, Gloria Johnson, Con-
nie McCarroll, Jean Pigney,
Donnie Johnson, Herby
Left to right--Miss Edson
Marlyne Kuykendall, Jeamie
QUILL AND SCROLL: Standing, left
to right--Elaine Fish, Dale Allen,
Sherill Person, Jimmy Veitl, Mr.
Quill and Scroll, an international
honorary society for high school jour-
nalists, organized April 10, 1926, be-
gan its life under Mr. George Gal-
lup's direction and continues at its
Northwestern University headquarters
under Mr. Edward Nell.
The stiff requirernents for member-
ship make Quill and Scroll pins high-
ly prized. The journalists must be of
junior, senior, or post graduate class-
ification, in the upper third of their
class scholastically, must have done
superior journalistic work, be re-
commended by their adviser, and be
approved by the Executive Secretary
of the Society.
DRAMATIC CLUB: Seated, left to
right--Connie Iv1cCarro1l, Judy Cleve-
land, Lois Pringle. Standing, left to
right--Jeannie Pigney, .Tolyn Kimble,
Marjorie Bell, Carolyn Jacobson, Eu-
Members of this club meet on
Wednesdays for training in dramatic
technique and make-up.
N.F.L.: lst row--Pat Williamson.
Znd row--Jeanne Cleveland, Sherill
Person. 3rd row--Joanna Frances-
cato, LaRee Redinger, Miss Edson,
Elaine Fish, Marlyne Kuykendall,
4th row--Floyd lwan.
The purpose of the Nationa.1 Forensic
League is to develop interest and
participation in public speaking. This
includes all phases of speech work
such as declamation, debate, extemp,
oratory, and discussion. Students
may work for four degrees beginning
with the Degree of Merit and ending
with a Degree of Distinction. This
system represents recognition of
achievement for those interested in
speech field, and trains for leader- '51
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2nd row--Bill Auer, Larry DiSanto, John Fillmore, Luke Walker, George
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1954-'55 "B" TEAM
1954-"B" TEAM FOOTBALL SCHEDULE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
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"A" FOOTBALL SQUAD: lst row, left to right--Willis Steinlicht, Robert Mack, .Terry Perrett, Don
James, Woody Williamson, Gene Whitelock, Bill Beshara, Larry DiSanto, Don Gross, Fred Fer-
guson, Herb Clark. 2nd row--Coach Burgess, Jack Sears, Charles Edmonson, Bill Auer, John
Fillmore, Tom Perrett, Bob Sjomeling, .Terry Pontius, Larry Mitchell, Jim Young, Coach Fer-
guson. 3rd row--Dale Hansen, Jerry Sternad, Donald Sonne, George Clark, Richard Sears, Charles
Crotty, Merno Stalder, Tom Gorder.
The football season this year was climaxed when the Deadwood Bears defeated the Lead Gold-
diggers to the tune of 24-13, thus clinching fourth place in the Black Hills Conference.
The season opened with the Bears meeting the Gillette Camels. The Bears defeated Gillette,
Following the Gillette game, there was a three-week layoff before the Bears played their next
ball game. Coaches Burgess and Ferguson believe that this layoff hurt the team considerably.
The next game was with Hot Springs. Deadwood downed the Bison, 20-6.
Homecoming Day, October 2, the Deadwood Bears played Belle Fourche's Broncs. It was a tight
game all the way through. The Bears were plagued with furnbles after long drives. The Bears lost
this game to Belle, 19-6.
The Bears next traveled to Spearfish for Spartan Day. Deadwood, being injury riddled, started
slowly. The first half ended 12-0 in favor of Spearfish. In the second half, the Bears came back to
overtake Spearfish, only to lose the garne in the final seconds of play. The final score: Spearfish,
183 Deadwood, 13.
The next week, the garne with Sturgis turned out to be the biggest surprise of the season to many.
It was the first and last time the rugged Sturgis team has been held scoreless at the end of the
first half. The Bears were without the services of many of the regulars. In the second half, with
the Scoopers' superior power, Deadwood was worn down.
Deadwood's next game, in which they defeated the Custer Wildcats 25-6, and brought the Bears
back into the win column, seemed to be the turning point in the elimination of "fumbleites," and
the improvement of teamwork and timing.
In the final game of the season, Deadwood defeated the Lead Golddiggers on the mountain top
field in Lead. The Bears operated like a machine. All the players contributed toward winning this
game. Deadwood pounded out a total of 352 yards rushing and 17 first dovnms. Deadwood defeated
Lead, their traditional rivals, 24-13, to end the 1954 season.
Ten ?oot6all l7layerA mduate
SENIOR FOOTBALL BOYS: lst row, left to right--Tom Perrett, Don Sonne, .Terry Sternad, George
Clark, Richard Sears.
Znd row--Bi11Auer, John Fillmore, Gene Whitelock, Larry DiSanto, Bill Beshara, Coach Ferguson.
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"A" BASKETBALL SQUAD: lst row, left to right--Larry Mitchell, Walter Williamson, Tom Gor-
der, Bob Sjomeling, Keith Bergstrom, Gene Whitelock, Don James.
2nd row--Coach Burgess, Richard Sears, Ray Jones, Henry Frawley, Charles Crotty, Darrell
Stoneberger, Herby Clark.
The Deadwood Bears ended their 1954-55 basketball season in Sth place with a 6 win-8 loss
on was 10 wins-14 losses, with 7 of these
games being lost by a margin no greater than 6 points. The Bears lost their first game of the
Section 8 Tournament by a score of 53-28 to the Lead Golddiggers, the team which went on to
win the Sectional Tournament. Deadwood closed its season by winning the consolation trophy
with a 65-53 victory over the Spearfish Spartans.
The Bears will be minus four of the starters next year. They are seniors Hank Frawley, Rich
Sears, Tot Stoneberger and Gene Whitelock.
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April 5 Chadron Track and Field Meet "B" Class at Chadron Chadron
April 16 West River Track and Relay Meet Rapid City
April ZZ Pierre Relays Pierre
April Z3 Black Hills Relays Spearfish
April 30 Northern Hills Track Meet Spearfish
May 4 Conference Track Meet Hot Springs
May 9 Jr. High Meet Lead
May 13 Regional Track Meet Rapid City
May Z0-Z1 State Track and Field Meet Mitchell
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Seated, left to right--Diane Heine, Torn Gorder.
Standing, left to right--Jolyn Kimble, Paula Engebretson, Woody Williamson, Arne Sjomeling.
Not pictured in this scene are Joyce Shostrom, Gail Willuweit, Donald Lantz.
A case of mistaken identity led the Wilson and Ferris families on an unforgettable adventure.
The setting of this three act farce was the living room of the Ferris home in a small mid-.
At the beginning of Act I, a man, fArne Sjomelingj, who apparently did not know his way around,
was answering the telephone. As he left, Beverly Ferris, fPaula Engebretsonl, a young, pretty,
and witty girl entered. Soon Dan Ferris, fTom Gorderj, a prominent lawyer and city attorney,
arrived and demanded his supper. In an argument with his wife, Nellie fDiane Heinej, he informed
her that he had met his old girl friend, Essie fJolyn Kimblej. Nellie in turn, told him of the man
called Wilson who was renting the upstairs. Bev, meanwhile, heard an announcer on the radio,
fWi1lis Steinlichtj, give a description of an escaped lunatic which fit Wilson. The first act closed
with the Ferrises tying Wilson in a sheet.
ln the second act, the Ferrises discovered Wilson was not the lunatic, but Essie's husband and
Junior's father. Junior, fWoody Williarnsonj, was Bev's boyfriend. ln revenge for being tied in the
sheet, Wilson dumped a fish bowl on Mr. Ferris.
The third act was centered around an argument started by Bev and Junior about their fathers.
Nellie intervened and fixed things.
As the third act closed, the real lunatic showed up and two lady interns, fJoyce Shostromg Gail
Willuweitj, carried him away as the other two ladies fainted.
Stage crew, seated left to right--Shirley Ruth, Katherine White, Carolyn Johnson, Geraldine Clau
ser, Jo Anne Pringle.
Standing, left to right--Peggy Huhta, Merno Stalder, Belva Burtzlaff, Willis Steinlicht.
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Putting out an a.n.nual, like most hurnan affairs, leaves many ideas on the scrap heap or undone.
There are "thank-yous" which might have been said, such as a thank you to Dick Schlax for his
generous contributions of photographs. There is, in the wake of copy, headlines, pictures, and
deadlines, a backwash of humor known only to staff members. My staff asked me to record some
of this if possible. A
In any trade there are terms which sound like the veriest gibberish to those on the outside.
Publications with its "bleeds," "b1urbs," "mast heads," and "families" is no different. In ad-
dition to such terms known throughout the trade, there are local terms arising from local con-
ditions. Here are some of them:
Panel--a given area in which the given pictures never fit.
Dictionary--a big book used for pressing pictures.
Gish--rubber cement, used for sticking pictures on to cardboard. What a mess.
An idea left undone for lack of research tirne, involved school history. Editor Dale A1len's father
told us that when he attended Deadwood High, the colors were black and gold instead of the orange
and black of today. Principal R.H. Krug commented that the name, "Bears," now used to describe
D.H.S. students and athletes, came into being when Coach Ploughman, in a chance remark in 1925
to a reporter, said his "Bears" would come through a now forgotten event. Perhaps in another
year we can ferret out some school history which would be of interest. We might include a pic-
ture of Deadwood High's first school band
of 1915. This picture was recently brought
to our attention by our present bandman, mlatdnt fdit0rA
Mr. Lavern Clark.
We hope you have enjoyed this annual.
In a year of extensive school construction,
in its beginning stages, we have tried also
to show something of the building program
involving lives. It is the sincere wish of
all who love teaching to build reasonable,
balanced, sane livesg to promote decency
in huxrnn relations: to provide young people
the tools with which to meet their problems
in the hope that by so doing they can and
will have happy lives. ,
. . Szqanne ld!
. Sylvia Kerry
sfeff ,eww . . ' f f firm. mem.
ldaliaor . . . . . . Qranklin Krainard
The Deadwood High School Bear Log is published an-
nually by students of the public high school of Dead-
wood, South Dakota. Membership is maintained in the
National Scholastic Press Association and in the South
Dakota High School Press Association.
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Allen Lewis, Roofing 8: Sheet Metal Works
George V. Ayres, Inc.
Ben Franklin Store
Dr. J.J'. Berry
Black Hills Arnusement Company
Black Hills Laundry
Black Hills Mercantile Co.
Black Hills Novelty Co.
Black Hills Power 8: Light
Black Hills Wrecker Service
Black Hills Studios, Inc.
Butler Jewelry and Souvenir Shop
Kate Callahan, Your Jeweler
Deadwood Chamber of Commerce
Clark's Real Estate Company
A.A. Coburn, Insurance
Collins Music Service
J'.P. Croff at Company
Dakota Creamery, Lily Ice Cream
Dakota Typewriter Exchange
Daniels Floral Shop
Deadwood Motor Sales
Dick's Sinclair Service
DuPratt Motel 8: Service
Eddie's Sales k Service
Ellis Insurance Agency
F. 81 M. Bootery
Finola's Clothing Store
First National Bank of the Black Hills
Fish In Hunter Company
Dr. T.H. Fitzgibbon
Fountain Electric Service
Gaughen's Dairy I1 Shamrock
Grab It 'N Growl
Guy H. I-Iemrninger, Insurance
Hendrick Bolthoff Co.
Homestake Mining Co.
Dr. F.S. Howe
The Hub Clothing Store
K.W. Motor Co.
DSI 980 K.C.
Kersten's Drive In Cleaners
Carl H. Kubler, Insurance
Lampert Lumber Company
LeMar Motor Co.
Leo's Shoe Shop
Mapleway Bowling Lanes
Martin's Sinclair Service
Dr. J'.E. Mattox
Dr. N.E. Mattox
The Mint Cafe
Newell's Drug Store
The New York Store
Northwest Wood reserving Co.
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N k Kelley's Dairy
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Schultz's Refrigerated Lockers
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rl Stoneberger, Lumber 8: Building
Q yside Grocery
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. Thorpe 8: Co.
T 'n City Motors
. W.P. Wasner
lks Funeral Home
doss' Furniture 81 Appliance Co.
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Y k Pontiac Co.
Guy F. Zarbough, M.D.
We wish to thank these sponsors for so generously supporting the annual.
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