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Page 14 text:
OOIINOIT WORKS' WITH ORE5' T RANGERS' AND
OON ERVATIONISTS TO PROMOTE STUDENT Al-'FAIR
The Student Council is cormposed of two students from each class. The counci1's main Objective
is to work out problems of the student body. At the beginning of the year the student body elected
Woody Williamson President. At the first meeting Belva Burtzlaff was elected Vice President and
Lois Pringle Secretary-Treasurer. In the following meetings problems concerning Bear Day acl
tivities and citizenship were discussed. The subject of "B" Squad cheerleaders was also taken up
This year the Student Council sponsored a March of Dunes campaign between classes. A record
of 534. 90 was collected by the high school. The following meetings were devoted to bringing the
Alumni Directory up to date.
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STUDENT COUNCIL: left to right--Jack Sears, Hans Neubert, Donald Ahl, Woody Williamson, Mr.
Krug, Ronnie Hennen, Lois Pringle. Belva Burtzlaff, Glenrose Hill.
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OEADWOOD BOARD PZANS OONSERVA ION OF
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SCHOOL BOARD: Seated, left to right--Mr. Martin Morris, Member, Mrs. Sylvia Bag-
galey, Presidentg Miss Lola Kersten, Secretaryg Mr. Elmer Pontius, Member. Stand-
ing--Mr. Harry S. Berger, Superintendent, Mr. Harold lvitchell, Member, Mr. George
Palmer, Member, Mr. Carlton O. Gorder, Treasurer.
The major projects of the Deadwood School Board for the 1955-56 school year were the gymna-
sium-armory-auditorium, grade school annex and hot lunch program, driver education course, and
the purchase of band uniforms.
The armory which cost a total of S283, 000. 00 will seat 2200 people for basketball games, 3000 for
music festivals or conventions, and 600 people for banquets. The armory will be completed about
the first of May.
The completion of the S86, 000. 00 grade school annex was a much needed addition to the Deadwood
school system. It alleviated crowded conditions in the elementary school and provided us with three
class rooms and an excellent hot lunch room. This hot lunch program has been heartily received,
averaging 180 persons per day.
The school board has approved the addition of a driver education course to next years curriculum
is course will begin with textbook work at the beginning of the second semester, and the actual
driving instruction will be offered during the su.mmer months.
Last, but not least, the school
These uniforms are of the military type, consisting of grey pants and black coats with orange trim
The caps will be black, grey and orange.
board has approved the purchase of new band uniforms for the band.
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OUND ON Tl-IE FUREST I-1007?
Left to right--Chry Cboper, Wee
President, Cal Ivimrd, Presitbnt
Guiding the Freshmen through their activities this year was no easy task for the officers of this
class. Cal Minard, President, who proved to be a leader in every respect, was assisted by Gary
Cooper, Vice-President, and Arlene Jacobson, Secretary-Treasurer, to make the Freshman year
a successful one.
Student Council members representing our class were Donald Ahl and Hans Neubert.
Bear Day proved to be a memorable one for Arlene Jacobson who was crowned queen of the class
of 1159. Patty Whalen was elected alternate queen. Qir Freshm Bea Da
an r y Hoat had the theme "Our
Queen Takes The Cake. "
Coming from our class were four of the five "B" Squad cheerleaders chosen this year. They are as
follows: Patty Whalen, head cheerleader, Judy Cartner, Julia Clark, and Margie Lindstrom.
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