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Largest Class, 123, To Be Graduated
The largest class, l23 seniors, ever to
be graduated from Yankton high, will
receive diplomas on May 26, when Dr.
John C. Tjaden of the University of South
Dakota will be the principal speaker.
ln the fall of l934 they invaded the
halls of Yankton high school l6O strong,
found their places in music, clubs and
athletics. They copped first place on
the honor roll nearly every six weeks for
four years. Class officers their freshman
year were Lois Harvey, Sheldon Adams
and Thelma Hale.
During their sophomore year Robert
Hohf was made drum major and several
became members of Drill team and
Booster club. Officers this year were
Harald Korves, Betty Lewis and Myrtle
With Clifford Larson as president, Bud
Adams, vice-president, Harold Korves,
secretary, and Lois Harvey, social chair-
man, they sponsored dances ond the prom
their junior year. Their class play was
"Why Smith Left l-lame."
Howard Nielsen is senior class presi-
dent, Jack Gagnon, vice-president, and
Robert l-lohf, secretary. Stanley Holla
and Kenneth Canfield were outstanding
in debate, Ray Stanicek gained honors
for the class when he was selected for
the all-state conferencc basketball team.
ln this last year the class presented
as its play, "Seven Chances," in which
Sheldon Adams and Amy Ruth Ellerman
took the leading roles.
With their adviser, Miss Helen Burgess,
the seniors have chosen as class flower,
the ionauil, as class colors, yellow and
white, as a motto, f'Excelsior."”