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OREST RANGER 0F DJ-l.S.
Franklin Brainard, English, social science, and publications
teacher, became a member of Deadwood's faculty in 1946.
Mr. Brainard, an ex-merchant mariner, received his B. A.
at Jamestown College, Jamestown, North Dakota, and his
M. A. degree at the University of North Dakota. His photo-
graphy hobby is, in part, an outgrowth of his work as ad-
viser for the lag-M125 He is also adviser for the Bruin.
Pictured he re with him is senior, Paula Engebretson, who
edits the Bruin.
Basketball coach, Glenn Burgess, came to D. H. S. in 1952.
Mr. Burgess, who also teaches physical education and as-
sists in coaching football, earned his B. A. degree at Black
Hills Teachers College. Like Mr. Krug, Mr. Burgess is a
fine fly fisherman, though there has been a rurnor circulat-
ing that he was once caught fishing for trout with worms.
Mr. Burgess is shovsm discussing a "two-one-two" with jun-
ior basketballer Ray Jones.
Deadwood High School's instrumental music program is con-
ducted by LaVerne Clark. Mr. Clark, who joined the faculty
in 1949, is an active and excellent musician himself. Through
his efforts Deadwood High's band has made great strides
forward and Deadwood's new armory-auditorium will be the
site of All State Band for 1957. Mr. Clark earned his B. E.
degree at Black Hills Teachers College. Pat Williamson,
junior, is shown getting some special instruction.
Deadwood High's science teacher, George Conklin, began
work here in 1948. Mr. Conklin received his B. A. from
Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio. Mr. Conklin, though
he may not have a "Gold Mine In The Sky" does run the Bro-
ken Boot Gold Mine, a local tourist attraction, during the
suxnmer months. Both he and Mrs. Conklin are active in
church work. Mr. Conklin is telling senior, Kurt Machler,
which way Reddy Kilowatt went.
Page 8 text:
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
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Music and draxnatics teacher, Mary Craig, canie to Dead-
wood in1929. She has a B. A. degree from Black Hills
Teachers College and an M. A. from the University of Wy-
oming. Though, as a dramatist, Miss Craig deals with the
sad mask as well as the happy one, we in school see only the
happy one. She constantly surprises students, faculty, and
public with the variety of play fare presented. Arne Sjorne-
ling, one of Miss Craig's senior thespians, gets a coat of
Mrs. Louise M. Farrens began teaching in Deadwood in
1955. She holds a B. S. in education from the University
of Nebraska. Mrs. Farrens teaches English and Latin.
She is pictured here helping student Yvonne Lee with an
English assignment. Home and children are Mrs. Farrens
Mrs. Edna Ferguson, school librarian and English teacher,
carne to Deadwoodl-HghSchool in l-944. Sie received her B. A.
degree from Arkansas A. 8: M. Here she is showing Sharon
Farrens how to use the card catalogue. What does she do for
a hobby? Why read of course.
Eldon Gran, master of trenchant wit, joined Deadwood
in 1953. This commercial teacher received his B. S. degree
at Black Hills Teachers College and was formerly employed
as local grade school principal. Here he is overseeing Jolyn
Kimble's work on the adding machine.
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