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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