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GARY HIGH SCHOOL
GARlf, lS'0UTH DAKOTA
DEDICATION: The 1950 Seniors wish to dedicate this book with grate-ful thanks to their
parents and the townspeople of Gary who have helped them through school, and all
the teachers for their advice and help.
Our study hall-the room in which to gather knowledge, mixed with a little undercover
giggling and gossiping. The Sophomores and Freshmen shared the deep north
of the assembly and the Juniors kept watch over the windows on the
east and the pencil sharpener. The Seniors, of course, had those
coveted desks near the door so that no time was lost at
noon and at four o'c1ock.
MARTIN J. REINECKE ALMA G. RQEINECKE
American Government English, I, II, IV
Sociology Occupations Homemaldng I Typing I
Junior Business Training Vocal Music
English III Declamation
ROBERT G. CHRISTIANSON MORRIS L. MARCOTTE
Chemistry, Physics Manual Training
American History, World History Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry
General Science Algebra I World Geography
Athletics Commercial Arithmetic
Superintendent and Mrs. Reinecke attended the University of South Dakota, Mrs.
Reinecke also receiving education at Northern State Teachers College, and Augustana at
Rock Island, Illinois, Mr. C'hi'istian.son is a ,graduate of Augustana College, Sioux Falls,
and Mr. Marcotte received his degree from the University of South Dakota.
S E NI OR
Robert Dean Burns
Football 1-2-3-4 Journalism 2
Basketball 1-2-3-4 Student Council 4
Class Play 3-4 Operetta 2
Chorus 2 Annual Staff 4
King 4 Track 4
Raymond A. Eng
Football 1-2-3-4 Journalism 3
Basketball 1-2-3-4 Band' 2-3-4
President l-3 Student Council 3
Class Play 3-4 Operetta 2-3
Football Captain 4 Track 4
Chorus 2-3 Annual Staff 4
Secretary-Treasurer, Student Council 4
Class Play 3-4 Band 2-3
Declam 2 Operetta 2-3
Chorus 2-3-4 Annual Staff 4
Journalism 2 Librarian 1-2
f o Ann Law
President 2-4 Band 2-3-4
Vice-President 3 Student Council 3-4
Class Play 3-4 Libnarian 1-2
Declam 2 Onperetta 2-3
Sextette 1-2-3-4 Annual Staff 4
Chorus 1-2-3-4 Vocal Soloist 2
Journalism 2-3 Queen 4
Harvey Dean Limberg
Vice President 4 Class Play 3-4
Annual Staff 4
oan Ann Mortensen
Band 2-3-4 Secretary-Treasurer 1-3-4
Class Play 3-4 Operetta 2-3
Declam 1-2-3-4 Piano Soloist 2-3-4
Sextette 3-4 Vocal Soloist 4
Chorus 1-2-3-4 Annual Staff 4
Journalism l-2-3-4 Librarian 1-2-3
Secretary-Treasurer 2 Operetta 2-3
Class Play 3-4 Annual Staff 4
Chorus 2 Librarian 1-2
Attendant to Queen 3
Sylvia O. Severson
Secretary-Treasurer 2 Band 3
Class Play 3-4 Operetta 3
Chorus 1-2-3 Annual Staff 4
Journalism 4 Librarian 4
Student Council 4
,, C. l
Standing, left to right: Betty Sueverkruepp, John Banwarth, Iver Fricka, Harold
W. Brevik, Alfred Nelson, Richard D. Lovaas, Eleanor Norton.
Seated: Louise Fricka, Elaine Benner, Jon Jenson, Ruth Peden, Thelma Johnson,
Mr. Christiansen, advisor.
Absent Tigers: Joan Miller, Leon Webber.
CLASS OFFICERS: Elaine Benner, president: Jon Jenson, vice president, Ruth
The Junior-Senior banquet of 1950 was held Tuesday evening, May 16th, in the
high school English room. The music and the red and white decorations helped carry out
the theme: "Rose Festival."
The banquet was formal. Places were set for fifty. The main dish was fried
chicken, prepared bythe mothers of the Juniors -and served by seven Sophoinrrre girls.
The program was as follows:
Master of Ceremonies-American Rose Benner.
Senior Response-Spring Rose Law.
Senior Class Poem--Rose Bud Nelson.
Talk-Sir Rose Christiansen.
Senior Class Prophecy--Wild Rose Johnson.
Talk-Green Thumb Reinecke.
Senior Class Will--Rarnblin-g Rose Engeseth.
Sextette Number-Bouquet of Roses Sextette.
Following the banquet all attended the movie, "Challenge for Lassie," at the Canby
Boys, Stale and Girls, Slate
The American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary of Gary sponsored Richard Lovaas
and Elaine Benner as delegates to the annual summer citizens-hip camps at Aberdeen and
Standing, left to right: Jeanne Severson, Lucille Minnick, Jean Reihe, Patricia
Priest, Don Cole, Marcella Kennedy.
Seated: Shirley Limberg, Gus Van Steenberg, Betty Moeller, Mr. Marcotte, advisor.
CLASS OFFICERS: Gus Van Steen-beng, president: Shirley Limberg, secretary-
Standing, left to right: Richard Gordon, Ruth 'I'aylor, Eugene Moter, James
Denekiamp, William Taylor, Lois Riekens, Judith Schulte.
Seated: Virgie Reihe, David Peden, Virginia Vain Si',E6l1'b61'g, Mrs. Reinecke, advisor.
Absent Tigers: Elizabeth Belcaert, Paul Eng, Betty Gordon, Jack Lytle, Betty
Riekens, Maurice Husby.
CLASS OFFICERS: Virginia Van Steenberg, presidentg David Peden, vice presi-
dent: Betty Gordon, secretary-treasurer.
George Bailey, Donald Bart-els, Frieda Gunn, Henry Hauger, Darlene Helmholtz.
Dawn Hemspel, Dale Lorenzen, Bernard Mason, Cynthia Miller, Duane Thomas, Mary
Reinecke, Joy Skallerud, Kathl-een Svheehan, Frederick Wiese. Mrs. Karl Oswald, teacher.
Sharon Bailey, Billy Banwarth, David Denekam-p, Joann Frank, Judson Kenyon,
Nancy Law, Karen Limberg, Gary Miller, Irene Simonton, Kathleen Stangeland, Jerry
Wiese. Mrs. Karl Oswald, teacher,
Cyril Bresson, Arlan Engesetrh, Merlin Helmbolt, Phyllis Hauger, Janice Limberg,
Ronald Lorenzen, Lynwood Miller, Carol Nuteson, Doris Nygaard, Robert Sheehan, Richard
Simcnton, David Thomas, Joan Ulven. Mrs. Wendell Bailey, teacher.
Deanna Bailey, Dennis Cole, John Denekamp, Dennis Gross, Danna Hundertmark,
Charles Kelly, Lester Lorenzen, David 'Meist.e'r, Tony S-chlehuloer, Roger Wiese. Mrs,
Wendell Bailey, teacher.
Dennis Bailey, Edythe Battles, Dennis Benner, David Dunn, Karen Gilbertsgn,
Margie Hauger, Wayne Kjenstad, Donald Limberg, Helen Schweinfurt, Lynn Ulven,
David Winrow. Mrs. Merle Ulven, teacher.
Jeanette Denekamp, Jean Felsheim, John Gunn, Perry Heaton, Sharon Law, Eilly
Llmberg, Gene Lytle, Jerry Lytle, Jerry Stolten-burg. Mrs. Merle Ulven, teacher.
Joan Cole, Jean Denekamp, James Eng, Betty Helmbolt, Ruth Lovaas, Marion
Nuteson. Maynard Nygaard. M-arlyn Wiese, Elizabeth Winro-w. Lawrence Asher, teacher.
Francis Dun-n, Henry Fricka, Terry Gilbert, Lee Gunn, Mary Ann Hanger, Tom Law,
Irene Lohr, Fred Sueverkruepp. Jimmy Summers, Elliott Swenson, Keith Wiese. Lawrence
The pepfest and snake dance Thursday evening, October 13, touched off the spark
to the 1950 Homecoming Tiger Day, which was filled with thrills and excitement.
The Sophomores won float honors with their orange and black tiger float ln the
parade. The Tigers really showed their fangs by defeating the South Shore Comets 36-18
in the afternoon football game.
The grade school children gave a program at the school in the evening, followed by
the coronatlon of the King and Queenf.
Robert Burns and Jo Ann Law received the majority of penny votes and so were
crowned the 1950 royalty.
The carnival presented by the students at the Prom theatre that evening attracted
a large number of people.
Standing, left to right: Shirley Limberg, Virginia Van Steenberg, Harold Brevik,
Seated: Virgie Reihe, Marcella Kennedy, Sylvia Severson, Jo Ann Law, Gus Van
Steenberg, Robert Burns, Elaine Benner, Richard D. Lovaas, Raymond Eng.
Absent Tiger: Joan Miller.
A new amendment, to include class presidents as Student Council members, was
added to the Constitution of the Gary High School Student Association at the beginning
of this year.
Officers elected at the end of last year to serve the 1949-'50 term were: Richard
Lovaas, presidentg Elaine Benner, vice-presidentg Raymond Eng, secretary-treasurer.
The Student Council sponsored the Homecoming events, gave a party following Tiger
Day, sponsored a magazine drive for a two-week period at the first semester, and ax'-
ranged other events of the year.
The Seniors sponsored an all-high school variety show, "Tiger Roars", with the hope
that this would be made an annual event.
The program was varied, having the following acts:
"La Flopettef' Russian -ballet-Sophomore and Senior girls
"Grandma's Grievance," pantomine-Juniors.
"Information Please," dialogue-Seniors
"Melody Mutineersf' radio commercial satire-Sextette
"Go1dilocks and the Three Bears," new story-Sophomores.
"Jesse James," frontier drammer-Seniors
"Pocket Edition Minstrel"-Freshmen
"Grand Finale," short indeed-All Troupe
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Back row, left to right: Fred Sueverkruepp, Richard Lovaas, Gus Van Steenberg,
Harold W. Brevik, Coach Christianson, John Banwarth, Robert Burns, Don Cole.
Front row, left to right: James Eng, Tom Law, Richard Gordon. William Taylor.
Raymond Eng, captain: Eugene Moter, James Denekamp, Francis Dunn.
The 1949-50 season started with Coach Christianson building his team around six
Tigers that saw action the previous year. Eight inexperienced players completed the squad.
Although their record was not impressive, they worked hard and won two out of eight
games. The first two games were away from home, and were dropped to Volga and Clear
Lake by scores of 26-6 and 51-0, respectively. In the lirst home game, Elluton squeezed by
for a thrilling 13-12 victory. The Gary six then got in the victory column by downing the
South Shore Comets. 36-118, on Tiger Day. The next three games were lost to Wilmot, 46-6:
Egan, 15-03 Marietta, 40-12. In the final game the Tigers beat Revillo 316-16. under lights.
The starting line-up is shown in formation, using the gym floor instead of the gridiron.
Back row, left to right: Coach Christianson, Robert Burns, John Banwa-rth, Gus
Van Steenberg, Harold Brevik, Fred Sueverkruepp, Richard Lovaas, Raymond Eng.
Front row, Tom Law, William Taylor, J-ames Denekamp, David Peden, Eugene
Moter, Richard Gordon, Jimmy Summers.
Fourteen men reported to the "Tiger Lair" at the opening of basketball season
for 1949-1950, and competed in a schedule of eleven games. They played hard, but never
managed to win a game. Lack -of height fwas a -great handicap to t-he squad this year,
as in recent years.
Gary entered the County Tournament at Astoria, They drew a bye and lost C1
game with G-oodwin. This put the Tigers in the Consolation and which game was 1-ost
to Astoria. Clear Lak-e took the County championship. h
The District 9 Tcurnrment was at Watertown. Gary also had a bye there and
lost a close game to Waverly .by a score of 3.6-43. S-Erandburg was the District 9 champion
for the second straight year.
The system of game captains was -used and no season captain was named. The
various team members served as captain at the games.
Grade School Baskelball
The four male members of the faculty coached four grade school basketball teams
chosen by lot, called the Dodgers, Giants, Yanks, and Braves. Appropriately garbed with
orange or 'black shirts prepared' expressly for .a tournament on February 17, the boys
played games that were exciting and hard-fcught, the championship tussle being a thriller.
Ruth Jean Betty Elaine Virginia
The boys participating in at-hletics chose Jean Reihe, Ruth Peden, Betty Gordon
and Virginia Van Steenberg to lead the cheering at the year's inter-school contests. These
girls served for the football season and Elaine Benner replaced Jean Reihe during the
Gary High athletes made quite a bit of use of volley-ball as a conditioner throughout
the year. In early spring Coach Christiansen divided the boys into three teams for a series
of volley-ball games. Teams X, Y, and Z, were led by John Banwart-h, Raymond Eng, and
Gus Van Steenberg, respectively.
Ban1varth's team was determined winner of the most games out of 25 played and so
was awarded the ice-cream cone treat given by the coach,
The weatherman tried hard to dampen the spirits of the track boys but practice
went on despite constant rainy weather.
A Deuel county 'track meet was arranged, postponed, re-scheduled, and postponed a
second time, because of the inclement weather. A third date was set for May 15, and the
following boys from Gary were entered:
In the Weights, shot-put and discus: Robert Burns, John Banwarth, Harold Brevik,
In the Jumps: broad and hig-h: Gus Van Steenberg, Don Cole, Raymond Eng.
In the Pole Vault: Raymond Eng, Don Cole.
In the Dashesg 100-yd, 220-yd, 880-yd.: Don Cole, Gus Van Steenberg, Robert Burns.
This was the first season Gary High School has had track for several years. Mr.
Christianson coached the boys in the events.
Standing, left to right: Gus Van Steenberg, James Denekamp, David Peden-,
William Taylor, Joan Ann Mortensen.
Seated: Mrs. Reinecke, Patricia Priest, Virginia Van Steenberg, Richard Gordon,
Ruth Taylor, Ruth Peden.
Mrs. Reinecke coached ten students for Declam competition in the Humorous,
Dramatic, and Poetry divisions.
The District Contest was at Clear Lake. Joan Ann Mortensen received a Superior
ra-ting in the Dramatic Division, William Taylor rated Good in Humorous, and Patricia
Priest received Good in Poetry.
Joan Ann later went to the Regional Contest in Madison where she rated Excellent.
Her reading was "Ther Death of Desdemona," by William Shakespeare.
The Declamation students and their coach are shown in the picture above using the
tape recorder purchased at the beginning of the term for use in music and speech work.
The Junior class presented a three-act mystery-comedy, "One Mad Night," in
December. Mr. Christianso-n directed the play and the entire Junior class took part in
The Senior class play, "Spooky Junction," was also a three-act mystery-comedy.
All of the Seniors were in the play, directed by Supt. M. J. Reinecke, and given in May.
Back row, left to right: Virginia Van Steenberg, Eleanor Engeseth, Shirley Limberg,
Jo Ann Law, Patricia Priest, Betty Sueverkruepp, Ruth Peden, Eleanor Norton.
Front. row: Mrs. Reinecke, Joan Ann Mortensen, Jeanne Severson, Lucille Minnick,
Judith Schulte, Thelma Johnson, Joan Miller, Betty Moeller, Elaine Benner, Ruth Taylor.
Absent Tiger: Betty Gordon.
Mrs. Reinecke directed the Girls' Chorus which was made up of seventeen girls
picked by try-outs. The Girls' Chorus sang at P.T.A., Farmers' Night, and entered the
Ensemble Music Contest at Watertown where they received a rating of Excellent.
Left to right: Jeanne Sevverson, Betty Sueverkrueplii. Joan Miller, Joan Ann Morten-
sen, Jo Ann Law, Ruth Peden.
The Girls' Sextette made several appearances during the year. They sang at P.T.A,
Farm-ers' Night, Tiger Roars. Basket Social, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. They
entered the Music Contest at Milbank and received an Excellent rating.
T. O. G. Club,
Basses: Harold Brevik, Alfred Nelson.
Clarinets: Richard Lovaas, Ruth Peden,
Corn-ets: John Banwarth, David Peden,
Tromibones: Raymond En-g, Gus Van Steenberg.
Baritone: Jo Ann Lalw.
Flute: Joan Ann Mortensen.
Drums: James Eng, Tom Law, Marcella Kennedy, Fred Sueverkruepp,
Virginia Van Steeniberg,
An organization at Gary High School this year with a secret name was T. O .G. Club.
The -band members formed this club and spent their time practicing. Most of the meetings
were in th-e evenings and were climaxed with the serving of lunch.
The band members elected the following officers: Joan Ann Mortensen, president:
Richard Loviaias, vice-presiclentg Raymond Eng, secretary-treasurer.
The -band led the parade Tiger Day and played several numbers at the Gary Com-
mercial C1ub's annual Farmers' Night. Several T. 0. G. members played in the county
band at the County Basketball Tournament held at Astoria.
In spite of the fact that Garry did not have a hired music teacher this year, the
school did have an active music department. Under the direction of Mrs. Reinecke, several
students entered the State-Regional music contest at Milbank February 8th.
The contestants and their ratings were as follows:
Betty Sueverkruepp, Soprano-Fair.
Joan Ann Mortensen, Mezzo-Soprano-Excellent.
Joan Miller, Ciontralto-G00-d.
Ruth Peden, Contralto-Excellent.
David Peden, Trumpet-Good.
Joan Ann Mortensen, Piano-Superior.
Girls' Sextette, Vocal-Excellent.
Tiger Tales Siaf
Standing, left to right: Patricia Priest, Gus Van Steenberg, Supt. M. J. Reinecke
Alfred Nelson, Lucille Mmnick.
Seated: David Peden, Ruth Peden, Joan Ann Mortensen, Virginia Van Steenberg
Lois Rielcens, Marcella Kennedy.
Absent Tigers: Betty Gordon, Sylvia Severson.
The Tiger Tales staff, under the supervision of Supt. M. J. Rein-ecke, kept a weekly
record in the Gary Interstate of Tiger prowlings. Editor Joan Ann Mortensen led the
news-gatherers and Ruth Peden assist-ed her as Assistant Editor.
Staff of 1950 Tiger
Editor-Joan Ann Mortensen
Business Managers-sRohert Burns, Raymond Envg
Sports Editors---Robert Burns, Raymond Eng
Classes-Betty Nuteson, Jfo Ann Law
Music-Jo Ann Law
This 1950 Tiger 'was planned an-d published by the Senior class. Supt. M. J.
Roinecke advised the students in the work.
Top row, left to right: Robert Burns, Joan Ann Mortensen, Harvey Limfberg
Center row: Raymond Eng, Eleanor Engeseth, Betty Nuteson.
Bottom row: Jo Ann Law, Sylvia Severson.
1. Gary B team meets Astoria Comets in the Gary gym. 2. Smiling Bob Burns
cheerfully goes about his work. 3. David and Gussie in the Tiger Lair after a game.
Gentlemen only! 4. Harold totes a mean chicken during "One Mad Night." 5. The
Juniors' float "D-ogpatchf' with the Lil' Abner characters, on Tiger Day. 6 John B. and
Elaine B. embrace in "One Mad Night," the Junior play. 7. The Typing students' fingers
pon-and they don't even watch the chart! 8. The Sophomore float that copped first prize
in the Tiger Day parade.
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1. Dickie Gordon and Virgie Reihe at Frcsh initiation. 2. Senior float with "gradin-
tion" theme. 3. Joan Miller and Dick Lovaas. 4. Jo and Mort taking time out for Cokes.
5. Mr. Christianson's pride and joy-"Jill." 6. Jo pauses for a pose. 7. Louise F., Betty M.,
Iver F., Virgie R., and Thelma J., enroute to school. 8. Maurice Husby, David Peden,
Elizabeth Bekaert in Frosh initiation. 9. The attraction is Bob Burns. 10. The clock-
watcher-Mrs. Reinecke, typing teacher. 11. Gus steps along. 12. T.O.G. Club members
"pause" after a hard practice. 13. Lucille M. waits for the bus.
SPONSORS OF THIS 1950 TIGER
FRANK S. SPRADER
GARY DRAY LINE
A N DRE W'S
A. J. I-laechrel
Standard Oil Agent
State Line Service
BAN WA RTH
F. W. Banwarth
STA TE GARY LUMBER Co.
SPORTS' INN BANK Fred wiese
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schulte E L L h -Thos H Law
RO URK KEN YON
DRUG STORE HARDWARE
Robert N. Rourk, Prop. Elbridge Kenyon, Prop.
T. W. Hinsvark, Owner
SPONSORS OF THIS I 950 TIGER
PETE BEA U DRY'S T
Independent Produce Sfiltillll
GARY FOOD STORE
uBartels,, Juhn Gunn, Amold Wyss
BEN N ER'S
MEATS AND LOCKERS
Art C. Benner
RED O WL STORE
D E UEL Omar Skallerud
PHO TO STUDIO
GARY CREAMERY mea' me' SJ"
Adolph samen, CARL JENSEN THE PROM
Ramlli Sorensen Merle Summers
GREA T PLAINS
THE GARY SUPPLY CO, THE WESOTA
Clayton Ness, MBT.
J. M. Mortensen, Editor Jim Moskalik, Mgr.
to compile a list
Class of 1910
Class of 1916
Class of 1917
Hazel I. Hublas
Olive E. Kenyon
Celia V. Keny0n
Class of 1918
Almeda I. Gordon
Ruby V. Gordon
Class of 1919
Nettle J. Harkins
Orville C. KSHYOH
Lillian G. Lytle
Margaret D. McGill
Class of 1920
Patty A.. Lytle
Milton E. Rogers
Blance I. Meinberg
Clara V. Mork
Lucile M. Skeels
Class of 1922
Charles W. Lee
In recognition of this mid-century year, the staff of the 1950
of all the graduates of the Gary High School.
is the result, a total of 425 names:
Class of 1923
Class of 1924
Class of 1925
Class of 1926
Wanda . Carlson'
Class of 1927
Class of 1928
Class of 1929
Class of 1930
Class of 1931
Tiger has attempted
Class of 1932
Class of 1933
Class of 1934
Class of 1935
Harold G. Brevik
Arthur R. Eikamp
Vincent Eng '
Ruby G. Kelly
Class of 1936
Class of 1937
George Hornsteln Jr
Harry E. Schulte
Class of 1938
Class of 1939
Mildred' Almos "
Martin Fitzpatl ick
Class of 1940
Donna M. Bierne
Dona Mae Johnson
Mary Ann Miller
Class of 1941
John T. McLain
Howard Stuerman ,
Class of 1942
LnaSs of 1943
Class of 1944
Albert L. Nieland
J. A. Pinard
Class of 1945
Class of 1946
Joyce E. Sass
Class of 1947
Class of 1948
Iona Mae Olsen
M-ary Anne Thomas
Class of 1949
Class of 1950
Robert Dean Burns
Raymond A. Eng
Jo Ann Law
Harvey D. Limberg
Joan Ann Mortensen
---The Year In Review
Tuesday, September 6, was the first day of school for Gary students. First class
meetings were Friday, September 9. Tigers lost to Alumni in first football game Friday,
September 16. The Frosh were initiated during the clay, with a party in their honor
the evening of September 16. School bought two new tyipewriters. Front school yard was
given a new face, thanks to Supt. R-einecke and boys. Gary played Volga at Volga
September 23. National Assemblies Programs presented Dutch Humorist at Gary High
September 28. September 30 the Tigers met Cardinals at Clear Lake in a football game.
English classes ordered Readers Digests. No school on Monday, October 3, Institute.
Elkton 'played football here in the rain October 7. Tiger Tales staff attended the annual
South Dakota High School Press Association meeting at Brookings October 8. Tiger Day,
October 14, was filled to the brim with activities. South Dakiota Education Association
meeting gave Gary students a two-day vacation October 17 and 18. Volga Troubadors
entertained students October 20. Student Council sponsored party October 21. October
28 the Tigers played Egan at Egan.
Junior Business class started School Savings Bank. Tigers finished season with
night football game at Revillo November 4. November '11 the students observed Armistice
day with a program and half-day vacation. Local Declam contest -was November 16.
Melo-Marimbas appeared in assembly 'pnogram November 22. Students presented Tlhanks-
giving program November 23. Enjoyed Thanksgiving vacation November 24 and 25.
District Declam Contest was held at Clear Lake December 1. Ti-ger Roars was
presented December 2. Regional Declam Contest was at Madison December 7. Alumni
kept cowbell by defeating Tigers at first basketball game December 9. Basketball game
at Goodwin December 13. "Swiss Family Robinson" movie was shown in school December
14. Junior class ,play was presented December 16 and 17. Basketball game was played
at Toronto December 19. PTA Christmas program, December 20, had all-higih school play,
"Why The Chimes Rang." High school-alumni Christmas party December '22 hlad skit
contest won by the Freshmen. December 23 started our ten-day Christmas vacation.
January 6 the Tigers played basketball at South Shore. Goodwin played at Gary
January 13. The Juniors gave Hard Times -party January 20. County Basketball Tourna-
ment January 26 and 27 at Astoria. Toronto played basketball at Gary January 31.
Clear Lake basketball team was at Gary Friday, February 3. State-Regional solo
and ensemble :music contest at Milbank February 8. Basketball game at Gastlewood,
February 13. Grade basketball tournament February 17. Revillo .played at Gary Febru-
ary 20. February 23, 24, 25, were dates of District Basketball Tournament of Watertown.
The students studied for a week. Juniors sponsored Basket Social March 10. Mr.
Nelson of National Assem-blles gave demonstration of snakes March 14. Students attended
movie, "Hamlet," in Canby, March 15. Grade operetta, "Twilight Alley," was presented
March 24. Freshmen gave folk dancing party March 31.
Easter vacation started April 7 and ended April 11. Gir1's Cihorus entered Music
Contest at Watertown April 14. April 26 Gary won county One-Act Play Contest staged
at Gary. We had two winners in Typing Contest at Clear Lake April 27.
Seniors gave their play, "Spooky Mountain," May lland 13. Baccalaureate services
Sunday, May 14. Junior-Senior Banquet May 16. Seniors skipped to Sioux Falls May 18.
Hlgih School Commencement exercises with R. Y. Chapman, Brookings, speaker, were held
May 19 at School for Blind gymnasium. Eighth Grade graduation was May 22. An
all-high school picnic at Stony Point, Lake Kampeska, brought the school year to a close.
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