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Octo ber 20
Octo ber 26
Apr il 19
1958 a 4,249 .- y .EIGH2-H1..fQ-IQDliR'S3-
Our second year in Junior High School.
Marjorie Flom gave an interesting account of her experiences in
Washington, D. C. where she attended the National Convention
of Student Councils. ' ' I
The first feature movie "The Pied Piper",was shown. V
David Starry lectured on 'fwest Indian Witchcraft".
Last Friday school dismissed at 2 o'clock because the water pipe
leading into the building broke ard the water had to be shut off.
Everyone enjoyed the movie "Anna and the King of Siam",
The Shrimplins arrazed us with their merry-making and magical feats.
The feature movie,f "The Late George Aplc-ay" was shown.
The Chri stmas program put on by the speech class included everything
from Ebeneezer Scrooge to Santa Claus, - Q
George .Esslinger presented his lyceum program "Dogs to the Rescue".
We learned of the heroic mrk done by dogs in the war.
We saw the film "World Series of l9L4B". It was nearly as exciting
as seeing the actual games. '
Mr. August Neubauer and Mrs.. Smilanich carre to school to interest
us int H work.
The movie "Miracle on 3l,,th Street" kept us entertained.
Bob Brown thrilled us with his "Science Circus". It was amusing,
yet very informative. I g
We all enjoyed the film "Smith of Minnesota". It was the story of
Bruce Smith, an All-American football player. V V
School closed early so we could attend the opening-game of the
Region 7 hockey tournament, ' '
We laughed at the antics of Laurel ard Hardy in "A Chump at Oxford".
The historical film 1'Heroes' of the Alamo" gave us a new interest
in our history work. '
All whim attended the concert by the University of Minnesota band
' thought it was excellent. Q ' -
Most of us shivered through the exciting advemture of "Captain Fury'
Lew Johnson told us about "Our Friends, the Snakesll, 1
Our last movie was "Ghosts on the LooseY', '
Petrie's White Hussars, a brass ensemble, entertained us with various
types of music,
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March. ll if
cniss Hxsaronx - 191.7-1958
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s SEVENTH y GRADERS W: r p g
with fear in our hearts we mbekly entered our first year' of f
Junior High School. We were assigrledito our advisory groups
and copied our' 'pro'grams. 'After'fgett'ing acquainted with our
friends we decided it wasn't so .bad after tall. r 5 s .
Frank Hopkins told us many interesting things about Indians .'
Many of us envied, the gorgeous feather headdress and beaded costume
he wore. A - . T W
with tears in our eyes and a ready handkerchief we witnessed the
movie "The Sullivansn This was our first 'two-hour movie
atischool. , A ,Q A
The speech class gave a panel discussion on "Brotherhood".
At a general assembly we enjoyed an Education Week program which
included a skitmentitled "America Unlimited".
The Repertory Players' presented an entertainment of music, skits,
dances, and dramatics. , . h , I
The speech class put on a very amusing skit, "A Political 6
Party is Almost Formed". 1 p
We relaxed in the comfortable seats of the Boardman Auditorium
and enjoyed thellplay "Two Orphans". .
The speech class got us into the Christmas spirit with their radio
interpretation of "Dickens' Christmas Carol". ' U
We enjoyed the movie "Ten Gentlemen from West Point".
There were several audible sobs as we viewed the film "I-Iow'Green
Was My Valley". T - g
The speech class presented a play "Look Beyond the Label",
A feature film. "Guadacanal",was 'sham at a general assembly.
Easter vacation began today. .h It . 1
We were amazed at the powers' of ' Elsie Bowen, ,the memory wizard.
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Emil Liers and hisbtrained otters gave us a very interesting
program. ' " , '
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Members of the speech class, onesact plgydvgardinesn.
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The movie "Keys 'ofthe Kingdom" shown. V ' I
Commencement 'exercises were held at 2 o'clock. We wished the
graduates luck and looked forward to our being eighth graders
next year, ' '
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0cto ber 31
The speech class' presented two skits -entitled "Just Who's Crazy" and
"Life is so Dull".
Summer vacation is here LA U Q p
t 1959-1950 NINTH GRADES ' A
Back to school again as ninth graders. ,
The first lyceum number of the year "Chief Morgan" was presented.
The ninth grade speech class gave a panel on Columbus.
Pat Senneff, a marimbist, gave an excellent program. Most of us had
never seen a marimba. -
The radio play "Canterville Ghost"hkept us in . suspense.
Armistice Day. We had a holiday. A -
A very dramatic comedy was present ed by the speech class. It was
entitled "Curses, Foiled Again". '
In keeping with the holiday season the speech class gave "A Program
in the. Little Red Schoolhouse". It was an original skit written by
two ninth grade girls. - .
Christmas vacation was here at last! - T
The feature film "Duke of West Point" was enjoyed by all of us.
We had ia film in the assembly showing the Minneapolis Lakers playing
against the All Stars.
The Junior High School Student Council sponsored the "Stokes
Hallelujah Ouintet" in a program of spirituals,semi-classi os, and folk
melodies. It was given at the Boardman Auditorium. There was a good
Chester Wilson, State Commissioner of Conservation, ,spoke in the
assembly. We all promised to help conserve Minnesota's resources. '
We had our class party. The program was very humorous and the lunch
The Correspondence Club sponsored a Valentine Social Hour in the
corridor of the Junior High School. Everyone had a. good time.
A movie "The Roosevelt, Story" -was shown.
Our class funds were low ard we needed money for the Annual. Miss
Lampton's and Miss Parks' advisory groups had candy sales. Mr. Kraker's
group sold magazines.
Today Mr. Christian of the National School Studios took our pictures,
We really combed our hair and slic ked up for the event. '
A severe storm caused the electric power to be shut off. School
was dismissed at eleven o'clock for the rest of the day,
This was election day. Therewas much excitement aboutmho would be
the new officers. The following were elected: President, Jeanette
.Scerjanceg Vice-President, Warren Parkg Secretary-Treasurer, Shirley
Malkovi chg Sergeant-at-Arms, Loren Ross, A
School closed at four o'c1ock for Easter vacation. This is our first
holiday since Chris tmas.
The historical and exciting movie,"The Last of the Mohicans" held us
spel bound. A .
Our last lyceum program of the year was Patricia Lindemann and Vernon
Ishmael in beautiful singing and dancing numbers.
We had vacation on Memorial Day.. . ' ,
0ur ninth grade picnic left us with sore muscles but happy memories.
Now that the last day at Junior High School had arrived we felt sorry
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