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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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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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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. -
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