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Tenth Graders Extend Their Educ
A few of the inure industrious students ehose to
display their talents in the foreign language elasses.
The languages offered these students were Frentrli,
Spanish. Gerinan. and Latin.
The Sophtnnorvs played an important part in the
sehool's activities. Girls belonging to Tri-Y were
filled with happiness after taking presents to a chil-
drenis home al Christmas. Many of the boys in
Hi-Y experienced the same emotion after packing
Christmas baskets with fruit, green vegetables, and
eliiekens for needy families.
lvith eagerness the Tenth Graders participated in
THIRD ROW: Utsch, Haines
kill, Schrnerisal. FIRST ROW
Schnurman, Stuckmeyer, Dorris
Smith, Younq, Wood.
FOURTH ROW: Marty, Staots
Grier, Snyder, Herr, Abraham
Houqlctnd. THIRD ROW: Mein
hart, Bernard, Mcthafiy, Rausch
er, Iones, Eller, Ellis, Craig
head. SECOND ROW: Walters
Sims, McCormick, Carlson, New
l man, Brusasco. FIRST ROW
Fitzwater, H u d d e r, Adrian
THIRD ROW: Iacoby, Bixler,
Fctulstick, Nuesse, Benner, Ir-
vine, Schultz, Goode, Moreau,
Kleine. SECOND ROW: Hager,
Rogers, Ahler, Whitney, Kane,
Everett. FIRST ROW: Nutt, Ste-
phens, Offerjost, Swank, Maga-
Elliott, I-lenninq, Griffin, Bierx
baum, Dzierwa. SECOND ROW'
Lawler, Nothum, Wilson, Bald-
win, Lieurance, Thomas, Gas-
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Facts and Skills
Iinportant in their study of World History were
the effects of improvements in art, architecture, and
literature. Also important was the study of the rise
and development of the world's great civilizations.
Biology was a class chosen by many of the Tenth
Graders as an elective. It was a subject that offered
several interesting projects for study. and it also
counted as a science credit toward graduation. New
and exciting to these students were field trips to
study nature's wonders and the study of bisecting
fish and frogs.
Plane Geometry was elected hy students who
hoped to enter the field of engineering. Solving
theorems and postulates proved that they would
have prosperous futures.
1lPlH'7lf7Ig to cook zcell-brzluneerl meals -is the aim of the
Electives that proved popular with the girls were
cooking and sewing. From these classes they
learned to cook well-balanced meals and to sew the
rence, Falk, Kampen.
Kidman, Hoffman, Baschen
-st-....... W e ,.
THIRD ROW: Lichte, I-Iodqe
Sittner, Biedenstein, Aitken, Bur
nett, Kuntz, Schwidde, McAdam
SECOND ROW: Ballinq, Paul
Liddy, Childress, Lee, Cheek
Gerdel, I-ludy, Laidley, Difam
FIRST ROW: Dzierwa, Enstall
Caldwell, Gillette, Kercher, Law
THIRD ROW: Steele, Frank
man, Washbuin, Plefka, Ko
man, Taylor, T e b b e, Tate
Loesch, Small. SECOND ROW
Hess, O'Leary, Coburn, Bremer
lcamp, Crane, Zoll, Franqel
Puntney, Steinheimer, Schu
macher. FIRST ROW: Reitsteck
Dee, Walters, Favors, Ockel
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THIRD ROW: Talbot, Chand-
tlon Through Thorough Preparation
sports. A few of them lettered their first year. Ro-
land Kolman was the only newcomer to letter in
Varsity football. ,lack Antonio, Stan Bergmeier,
and Ronnie Young were regulars on the Varsity
wrestling team. Terry Yates received his second
letter as a member of the Varsity swimming team.
A few of the participants in "Bw football and bas-
ketball were Steve Lewis, Jack Leber, Phil Aitken,
and Bob Meyers. Sophomore stars on HB" baseball
team were Don Mahaffey, Tom Cooper, and ,lim
Willenberg. With the aid of other teammates. these
athletes won many honors and victories.
THIRD ROW: Dobbs, Meixner,
Swoboda, Newman, C u r t i s,
Paulson, Fox, Hogan, Bohlen.
SECOND ROW: Carley, Skatofi,
Setzer, Bergmeier, Brown, Nev-
ins, l-Iickerson, Bailey. FIRST
ROW: Sinn, Rauscher, Faquin,
Wiqet, Garibaldi, Hanks, Mi-
THIRD ROW: Willerth, Mos-
sotti, Kallemeier, Campbell,
Newman, Bailey, Weible, Wil-
son. SECOND ROW: Christen-
sen, Kyle, Moore, Zahner,
Bridgeforth, Schaefer, Marfia
Werkmeister. FIRST ROW:
Glaze, Mickey, Hesemann, Co-
hen, Fox, Crose, Barks.
ler, Lubbert, Reynolds, Taylor,
McDonald, Aubuchon, Fagan,
Wood, Felter, Bunting. SECOND
ROW: Baxter, Beinert, Teasley,
Strasser, Wuench, Gitchoff, Kil-
librew, Foster, Risinqer. FIRST
ROW: Masters, Smith, Swan,
Keller, Meagher, Clark, McCart-
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