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ADMIN! TRATORS1 FAU!! TY ARE
H. S. Berger, Superintendent of Deadwood Public Schools
since 1928, received his B. S. degree at Northeast State
Teachers College and his M. A. degree at the University
of Missouri. This school year, like the last, has been un-
usually busy for Mr. Berger. Overseeing the completion
of Deadwood High's armory--auditorium has occupied
many hours of his tixne over and above his regular duties.
He enjoys golf, dogs the has two, Bobby and Frecklesj,
Principal R. H. Krug came to Deadwood High School in1925.
Mr. Krug received his B. A. degree at North Central Col-
lege, Naperville, Illinois, and his M. A. degree at the Un-
iversity of Wisconsin. Other than his regular duties, Mr.
Krug acts as adviser to the student council. D. H. S. students
know their principal as a ma.n who is firm, fair, and who has
a kindly sense of hurnor. In his leisure hours, he is an ex-
cellent fly fisherman.
Miss Lola. Kersten, Secretary of Deadwood Public Schools
since 1935, is a friendly and efficient person whom all
know and like. She and her dad spend many surnmer hours
at Tomahawk Country Club. When asked her score for 18
holes, she replied, "As ex-president Truman so frequently
remarked--no comment. "
After an active career of school work and extra. curriculars,
Mary Rotter, an "o1d grad" of 1955, has assumed an im-
portant post in D. H. S. , Secretary to Mr. Krug. Welcome