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SENIOR cmss Hxsrony
Mm came to grace Eureka's halls in 1941, a record breaking class
of 155 frightened freshmen. Greatly dub ous aid confused we wandered
about the seemingly endless halls and our faith in mankind suffered a
severe blow when upper classmen gave rather far-fetched instructions
to our timorous inquiries. we were pnlite those first days and
called our teachers Uma'amW and Wsirn and treated the upper classmen
with respect, but soon we became accustomed taour surroundings and
began to act Hnaturaln. Our class officers for that year were Paul
Fran sen, Robert Mertz, Darrell Dunham, and Ada Weber. In the fresh-
men vs. eighth grade game, we won by a comfortable margin.
One hundred and twenty-nine of us came back in September, 1942,
and we were still the largest class in school. We met early in the
year and elected as class officers, Preston Ward, Paul Frandsen,
Betty Frandsen, and Lester Kreig. Our- class basketball team was
developing and feeling its oats and in off-the-record games defeated
the juniors and lost to the seniors by a very close margin.
There were 105 of us when we returned in 1945, and after the
summer vacation, we were eager to begin what proved to be a busy and
exciting year. We chose as class officers, Roy Jaeger, Preston Ward,
Leonard Queathem, and Lynn Broemmelsick. we won both the junior-
senior baseball and basketball games, but we ended hostilities and
united with the seniors to form a basketball team which won second
place in the Ferguson Tournament. Our prom committee chose a circus
theme and transfonned the gym into a red and white streamered replica
of a big top for the most important social event, the prom.
We came back with our heads in the stratosphere in 1944, for
this year we were the alleimportant upper-crust, the sophisticated
seniors. Our number was greatly depleted because of the needs of the
army and navy, but what we lacked in quantity was more than made up
for in quality. We were on the beam when it came to selecting class
officers, for we elected lynn Broernmelb ick, Jack Wulfmeyer, Betty
Frandsen, and Jim Brundege. we were defeated by the juniors in the
junior-senior baseball game, but we retaliated by winning the basket-
ball game and almost before we were aware of it, the year had rolled
around and it was May. Everyone had a glorious time at the prom which
had a novel theme. Our last week is crammed with activity, on the
last Tuesday we take our final examinations, on Wednesday comes care-
free Senior Day, and finally Thursday, Graduation Day. We leave
looking ahead expectantly toward the future, but at the same time
feeling sincere regret at leaving Eureka's halls.
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lynn Broemmelsick Jack Wulfmeyer
Sr. Class President Sr. Vice President
Prom Committee Student Council
One Act Plays CV. Presidentj
V. President Jr. Class Senior Play
Baseball Annual Staff
Basketball Bugle Staff
CCG-captainj Library Staff
La Verna Aplin
One Act Plays
One Act Plays
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Sr. Class Sec.
Sr. Prom Maid
Jr. Prom Maid
Soph. Class Treas
Prom Co mittee
One Act Plays
Sr. Class Trees.
One Act Plays
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