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Back row left to rrght Darlene Elwood Betty Pittman Dolores Crock Llnor Karlstrum Mrs
Walters Csponsorb Shirley Christensen Rlta Jeanne Phlllms Celia Olsen Yvonne Wilhelm Mary
Front row left to nqht Jack Hockersmlth LeRoy Gardner Alvin Moyer Gene Hehe: Joe
Miller Robert Elsenhauer Bobby Shlpp
President Bobby Shrpp
Vrce President lst semester Mary Jane Stephens
XIICL President 2nd semester Bob Ersenhauer
Secretary Lrnor Karlstrum
Treasurer Blta Jeanne Phillip
News Edrtor Darlene Elwood
The frll of 1044 found twenty fue sfreen freshmen riding their strck horses into
Brllrr Springer Marxrn Johnson Patsy Nelson Dona Miller Dorothy Oglevre Vernrce
Land Eunice Williams and Albert Olsen left the class at the end of the freshman
ye rr Miriam Bunn Jolned the class rn the sophomore year but went to California for
her Junior year and that year Dale Milton Joined the Navy Alvin Moyer came to
Pine Bluffs for his Junior year nd Loretta Haun spent halt of that year rn PBHS
Honors were won by seve ral during the past two vears Mrrlam Bunn won first
pl rcr ln the essay contest She vxas 'rlso rn the tr ro which was awarded 1 rating of
rscelle nt Yvonne Wilhelm was rn the 1944 45 contest play which vxas rated super ror
rnd she placed thrrd rn the typing contest thrs year Mary Jane Stephens received
superior rn the reading contest plac d first in the first year typing and Alvin Moyer
placed frr st rn the oratron contest with a rating of excellent
The class play Growing Pains began a series of actrvrtres this year Next came
the benefit show Adventures of Rusty and a public dance under the management
ot the Junior Chamber of Commerce The last weeks of the term were oeeupred xx 1th
preparations for the Junior senior banquet Moonlight and Roses
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