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TWELVE YEAR STUDENTS: First row, left to right: Patsy Steinlicht, Julia Clark, Helen Pon-
tius, Arlene Jacobson. Second row: Roana Merritt, Dave Roesler, Dave Curtis. Third row:
Cal Minard, Charles Sederstrom, Adam Hudson. Fourth row: Mr. Krug and Mr. Berger, both
of whom have been with these students through their entire course of study.
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Ill:-. Ray Holgft
Things I Believe--
That there is no substitute for thought.
That there is need for more inductive reasoning and
less deductive reasoning.
That we must be mindful of the rights of others as
well as the needs of others.
That friendship is not bought but earned.
That a pei-son's success is determined more by the
application of the abilities he has than by the native
ability he possesses.
That initiative should always be recognized and re-
That the Golden Rule will always be a good rule to
That to be successful, it is necessary to have goals.
That mo st people use only a very small part of their
That civilization cannot exist long unless there is a
belief in the Deity.
That all people are fundamentally honest and decentg
it is only their sense of values that sometimes be-
That everyone should practice introspection. 3
We, the staff of the Bear Log, wish to set aside
this page as a memoriam to a well-known and
highly respected member of the Deadwood High
School faculty, who died early in January, 1959.
Ray H. Holst was a man of fine character with a
definite feeling of responsibility for the future
of all young people with whom he carne in contact.
However, we feel that it is not our place here to
laud and extol. We sincerely believe that Mr.
Holst's "Faculty Speaks" column, published in
the Bruin shortly before his death, brings out
the magnitude of his thoughts and his true self-
lessness in a better way than we could do with
our own words.
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In 1928, Harry S. Berger came
to the Deadwood Public School and
assumed the post of superintendent,
a position which he has held since
that tirne. In the position of superin-
tendent, Mr. Berger administers to
and directs the school as a whole.
He received his B.S. degree from
Northeast Missouri State Teachers'
College in Kirksville, Missouri and
his M.A. degree from the University
of Missouri in Colurnbia. He completed
his graduate work at the University of
Colorado in Boulder.
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Robert H. Krug, principal of the Dead-
wood High School, came here in 1925. For
two years after his arrival, he was the sci-
ence and mathematics instructor in the high
school and in 1927, he was given the high-
school principalship. Since 1927, he has
worked steadily at the job of raising the
ethical standards of the students as well
as improving their scholastic standards.
He received his B.A. degree from North
Central College in Naperville, Illinois and
then went on to obtain his M. A. degree
from the University of Wisconsin.
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