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Page 16 text:
Instructor--Mrs. Ruth Green
The Normal Training Class consists of sixteen Juniors and
four Seniors of which Mrs. Ruth Green is sponsor.
The Normal Training Seniors are: Georgia Ohlson, Velma Wil-
son, Wilbur Thompson, and Evelyn Wilson. The Juniors taking
Normal Training are: Maxine Nitsch, Leona Wittwer, Leola Witt-
wer, Geneva Huntwork, Delyla Schneider, Doris Schneider, Vir-
ginia Wilson, Ruby Wilson,Faye Gangwish, Glendola Scott, Mari-
lyn Orman,Wi1ma M1ntling,Wanda Mintl1ng,and Vernon Kotschwar.
Three of the Seniors, having passed all seventeen examina-
tions with an average above e1ghty,have earned Third Grade E1-
ementary Certificates. Wilbur has the highest average with an
Leona Wittwer and Geneva Huntwork of the Juniors, have the
most examinations passed.Faye Gangwish is the Junior with hon-
ors of highest grades.
At the first of the term the Normal Training Classes organ-
ized a club which met every two weeks, for entertainment and
suggestions to use when they become teachers. Other activities
crowded that out and it was discontinued after a few meetings.
It has been anticipated there will be a large Normal Train-
ing Class of about thirty members next year.
In Nebraska there are one hundred and eighty-three schools
offering the Normal Training course. In the year 1940-1941
eleven hundred ninety-three Seniors graduated from the Normal
Training courses in the state. According to the State Certif-
ication Supervisor, it is still the backbone of the rural and
elementary schools of Nebraska.
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President ..... .......Lyle Glee
Vice President... ....Faunei1 Fornoff
Secretary...... ..........Bob McDonald
Sponsor... ....Miss Marie Wellensiek
There are now twenty-five pupils in the Freshman class and
most all of them are in some activities of the school.
This is an unusual class because there are so many girls
named Delores and Donna in the class. There are only five boys
in the class.
Three pu lls have dropped out since school started this
year: Harlan Stone, Darlene Jumps, and Genevieve Pace.
There have been quite a few on the honor roll this year but
none have had all straight ones for the semester.
Out of the five boys, four have gone out for some sort of
sport this year.
The Sophomores initiated the Freshmen on September l1,l94l.
A party was given to the Sophomores by the Freshmen on October
The subjects taken by the Fresh en are Algebra, English,
Latin. The girls are taking Home Ee.: World History is taken
by the boys.
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Page 17 text:
Band of 1942 is much larger than in previous years and the
director, Mr. Evans, has been helping others who would like
to be in band by the end of the school term and for years to
lst Clarinets ....
INSTRUMENTATION R PLAYERS
.......Vernon Christner, Leona Wittwer,
Leola Wittwer and Shirley Counce.
......Ar1yiss Housman, Evelyn Laird,
Marilyn Havens and Deloris Rann.
....Delor1s West and Ella Mae McKillip.
........Fay Gangwish and Reed Loomis.
...Phyllis Laird and Mary Ann McKillip.
....Rachel Brown, Thelma Brown, Doloris
Strop, Darlene Bright and Jack O'Brien.
............Shei1a Counce, Rowena Lacey
and Riley Mintling.
Beginning Saxophones....DeWinta McDowell and Vyona Christner.
Beginning Baritones... ......Velma Wilson and Byrdine Laird.
lst Tromboneaoonuvn oeoouoo6ooooocsoooBi11 Sullivan.
Beginning Trombone.... ....Beryle Beebe.
Beginning Bass Horn... ...Maxine Nitsch.
Snare Drum.... .
Bass Drum. o o
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