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CHARLIE RUTLAND H-ARI-AND SCHULZ EDITH ROSS BILL GREEN
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
If we could turnhistory back a few years, we would be able to see
September 1942, approaching, the year well remembered as the year when
the present-day seniors began as freshmen. The seniors-quiet, well-reserved,
and dignified. But ,to get back to the history part of it, we were new to high
school and high school life was new to us. We soon adapted ourselves and went
successfully through the first year of high school without too many mishaps.
The officers elected for a year's term were: President-Kenny Dulin, Vice Pres.-
Lee Markovich, Secretary-Diane Harris, who withdrew in our senior year,
Treasurer-Leo Ford, who withdrew in our junior year, and Carl Veitenhans-
Class Reporter. Mrs. McGaughey was our advisor for our first two years of
high school. i
The year we began as Sophomores we were much more familiar with our
surroundings and much better adapted than we were as Freshmen. Our class
officers were: President--Kenny Dulin, re-elected for another term, Vice Pres.-
Harland Schulz, Secretary-Vivian Andrea, Treasurer-Diane Harrisg and Class
Reporter-Glenrose Hayward. During the year we presented the Freshman-
Sophomore Mixer. The class decorated the gymnasium for commencement
l945-lunior Year-Upperclassmen-and did we feel important? We
weren't a bit conceited, even though we did know we were the best class in
the whole school-for-I don't know how long. Mr. Miller was our advisor,
poor man, he suffered so. The officers for the year were as follows: President-
Carl Veitenhans, who left mid-term, Vice Pres.-Lee Markovich, Secre-
tary-Lucy Skerbinig Treasurer-Norma Ienkins, and Class Reporter-Glenrose
Hayward, who withdrew in our junior year. With Mr. Miller's brains and the
Iunior boys' brawn and the Iunior girls' ability to order them around and keep
them going, we managed to present the lunior Prom. The theme was
"Hawaii" We also presented "Goodnight Ladies," under the direction of
Miss Loeb, It was a huge success.
We entered our Senior year with only twenty-four students. We also
entered with the determination that we would graduate this year. We knew
that we were the most intelligent, dignified, and polite .class in the whole
school. Our class officers were: President-Charles Rutland, Vice Pres.-
I-Iarland Schulz, Secretary-Edith Ross, Treasurer-Bill Green, and Sgt.-at-
Arms-Wendall Samuelson. During the year there were many activities. To
mention only a few-we presented the Senior Ball of l945 and on March 29,
1946 we presented a Senior Play called, "The Crazy Smith Family," which was
a decided success. On May 29 of this year we will graduate, we leave the
school with 'saddened hearts and tears in our eyes. lt isn't that we hate to
go, it's because we know that there will never be another class like ours.
CYou lucky peoplel
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LLOYD AHLBERG "Ahlberq"
I came, I studled, I graduated.
Track 3, 4, Chorus 4, "That
Crazy Smlth Famtly" 4
ANNE FOSNESS "Anne"
A little btl ol mlschrel, a llttlv
blt of lun, help to make her
personaltty a really rare one
"That Crazy Smtth Fanulyw 4,
Operetta I, Servlce Club 3
Chorus I, 2, 4: Pep Club 4,
Annual Stall 3, 4
, IOHN INSEL "Ins"
The man who blushes rs not
qulte a brute
Football 3, Commtttee work 3, 4
VIVIAN ANDREA "Viv"
Men are llke streetcars, they
come and they go.
Chorus I, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4,
Class Secretary 2, Gtrls' Club
Pres. 45 Festival 3, Mlnstrel
Show 2, Baton Twrrltng 2, Yell
Queen 3, 4, IIIYCFIBY 3, Glrls'
Sports 3, Home EC. Club 2
IOHN GILICII "Crll"
It ts not Ideas but Ideals
that make a man
Baseball Q1 Ll, 4, Football 3,
BIG 'G' Club T, 3, 4
MARY IAI-IN "lam"
Always Wllllng to do
Mtnstrel Sllow 2, Festival 3,
Annual Stall 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4
KENNETH DULIN "Kenny"
Wrne, women and sono
"That Crazy Smrth Fam1ly" 4,
Class Pres I, 2, Football I, 7,
3, 4, Student Councll I, 2, 4,
Chorus I, 2, 45 Sprlnq Fvstlval
3, Mlnstrel Show 2, Opt-retla
Ig Student Body Prf,-s 4, Basket
hall I, 7, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Annual
Stall 4g Boys' Club Vlce Pres
3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Spanrsh Club
2, Bug "G" Club Secretary 2
BILI. GREEN l'Blll"
Oh, that I had been rlch
rnstc-ad ol handsome
Baseball I, Football Manaqer 'Z
3, Basketball 2, H1-Crler 3,
"Goodntghl Ladlesu 3, Bug NG'
Club 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4,
"That Crazy Smlth Famtlyw 4,
Yell Klnq 4
NORMA IENKINS "Norm"
I ltve tor those who love me
"Goodmght Lashes" 3, "That
Crazy Smtth Famtly" 4, Ht- Crler
I, Edltor 2, 4, Asst Edltor 3,
NONA IIIAN IIIIJII 'Nona
Sllenre ls: qnldt-n, but lt harp
no charms lor mf-
Oprwretta I, Mlnstrel Show 7
Sprung Ft-stlval 4, Surorlfl Clulll-
hood 2, 'fioodntqllt Larlu-la" 3,
"That Cra,y Srrutlt I'anuly" 4,
Ill-Cru-r 3, 4, Annual Stall 4,
Glrln' Sports Il, 3, tfluxrus Y, 3,
4, P.-5-I Cltlln Il, 4
LOIS l"lOFBAUIiIi MLC"
Good at work, but better
Chorus I 3, Operetta I, Sprrnq
Fr'-stlval 3 Ill-Cruel' I, 2, 4,
'Cvoodmght Ladlesw 3, llome
Ifc Club I, Yell Leader 3, Pep
Club 3, 4, Annual Stall 4, l'That
Crazy Smtth Family" 4, Queen
ol Prom 3
l'n1 not lazy, I lust don't
llke to work
Annual I, 3, Asst. Edltor 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Brg "G" Club
Girls' Sports 2, 3, Class Treas
3, Dramatrcs l, Curl Reserves I
3, 4, 'Goodnlqht Ladtesu 3
"That Crazy Smlth Family" 4
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