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Page 17 text:
The Savage Herald and Examiner
May 20, 1976 - - - By Walter I-linchell, Reporter
"Items of Interest on Successful Men Twenty Years Out of
Every paper in the U. S. carried headlines today of the retirement
of the five-star General Carl "The Conqueror" Etzel. It was a blow to
the armed forces to lose the services of this brilliant soldier.
Mr. Wesley "DeMille" Madsen has just completed the last link in
his nation-wide chain of luxurious theatres by constructing the new
S5, 000, 000 Roxy Theatre in Savage, Montana.
Kermeth "Bronc Buster' Brose has just established a new record by
winning for the tenth consecutive year the title of "All Around Cowboy
of the World. "
Mr. Steve "Sugar King" Rice has finally attained his 1ong-dreamed-
of goal of raising 100 tons of sugar beets to the acre on his million acre
farm in the Yellowstone Valley.
Frank "The Babe" LaFreniere has broken the first Babe's record by
slugging 122 home-rims over the center field walls during the past
season. Every Major League team in the U.S. is bargaining for his
next year's contract.
Marvin "The Speedster" Lange today set a new record on the
Indianapolis Speedway by attaining the phenomenal speed of 320
m. p. h. The car he drove was designed by himself.
And last, but not least, we are proud to report that Robert "The
Shiek" Johnson has been awarded his sixth Oscarg this time for his
performance in "The Cry of the wild Goose. "
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You can't break the heart
of a farmer. "
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STEVE RICE WESLEY MADSEN
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Page 18 text:
In 1952 we started out our freshman year with sixteen students in
the class. There were four girls, and twelve boys.
We were initiated on Friday, September 19, 1952. We painted
the "S" in May, 1953,
In November, Harriett Mitchell was elected Carnival Queen.
Shortly after this, Harriett Mitchell and Shirley Mitchell quit school.
At the end of the first semester Daniel Adams moved to Sidney to
attend school there. This left only thirteen pupils in the freshman
class, our sponsor was Mr. Cornish.
In 1953 we started our Sophomore year with twelve pupils, Monte
Gable quit because of work at home. We also lost Jim Iimison in
April, and Betty Io Redding left us at the end of our Sophomore year
to get married. On the first of April, we started working on the Jun-
ior-Senior Prom. Our theme "Moon1ight and Roses. " Our Prom would
never have been a success without the help of our sponsor, Mr. Cor-
ln 1954 we entered our Junior year with only ten members left.
Gracia Helland moved to Shepherd, Montana. The next to leave us
was Richard Stordahlg he moved to Alexander, North Dakota. We put
on our Junior Class play, "Where Is the Fire, " under the guidance of
Mrs. Hammer. As our sponsor, she helped us arrange the Junior-Senior
Banquet: our theme was "Old Mexico. "
We are Seniors now and there are only seven of us left. Jim Rahn
left us during the summer, he moved to Staples, Minnesota. We put
on an all-school party on January 6. We had our pictures taken on
Friday, November 18. We put on the Senior Class Play, "Just Ducky"
under the direction of Mr. Kelly, on November 12.
Baccalaureate exercises were held on May 13, and we were grad-
uated on the evening of May 17. Kenneth Brose was Valedictorian and
Robert Johnson Salutatorian.
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