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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.
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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.
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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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