Anoka High School - Anokan Yearbook (Anoka, MN)

 - Class of 1953

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CLCU, l i ,fs Tj- x . g l :gh Gordon Walker William Wanamaker Oscar Wilcox Gladys Williams James Zimdars Janitors Gordon Walker-Aviation, Health, Assistant Football and Basketball Coach, Junior class adviser William Wanamaker-American History, Basketball coach, Junior class adviser, "A" Club adviser, Track Coach Oscar Wilcox-Mathematics, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Twelfth grade adviser Cooks Gladys Williams-General Business, General Science, Mathematics, Eighth grade adviser James Zimdars-Physics, Junior grade adviser, Junior High principal, Boys' Counselor, Junior Academy ot Science Not pictured, Eleanor Abbey-Physical Education, G.A.A., Seventh grade adviser, Supervisor of ele- mentary grade school Page thirteen

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6lCUAg Shirley Linden-Mathematics, Seventh grade adviser Rhoda LundervLibrarian, Library Club Lois Melby-English, Eleventh grade adviser, Junior Red Cross adviser Patricia Morken-Junior High English, Seventh grade adviser Phurney Mortenson-Mathematics, Eighth grade ad- viser Ruth Nordlie-Bookeeping, Business Organization, Junior class adviser Clara Paulson-School Nurse Vivian Sanderson-Girls' Physical Education, Ninth Shirley Linden Rhoda Lunder Ruth Nordlie Clara Paulson Earl Stimmler Helen Story Lois Melby Vivian Sanderson Don Swanson grade adviser, GAA., Supervisor ot elementary grade school Judith Sass-Elementary art supervisor Elizabeth Schaefer-Home Economics, General Sci- ence, Eighth grade adviser, Home Economics Club Earl Stimmler-General Science, Seventh grade ad- viser, Audio-Visual Education Helen Story-English, Senior Class adviser Don Swanson-English, Sophomore class adviser Leslie Wagnerflvlechanical Drawing, Metal Work, General Mechanics, Ninth grade adviser Jerome Wagner-General Science, Ninth grade class adviser Patricia Morlcen Judith Sass Phurney Mortenson Elizabeth Schaefer Leslie Wagner Jerome Wagner Page twelve Xjy



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.gzwlenf .xdclminififrafion The Senior High Student Council consists of a rep- resentative front each home room and the members of the National Honor Society. The council was head- ed this year by Bill Hunt, president, Jim Dale, vice- president, and Barbara Van Hollen, secretary-treas- urei. The purpose of the Student Council is to promote better relationships between students and teachers, and to give the students a voice in the running of the school. This year many important proiects were car- ried out. The council ably supervised the football and basketball homecomings. Buttons were sold for the football homecoming and the annual parade was held. The council also presents assembly programs for the student body. For the fTrst time at Anoka the council undertook supervision of study halls. A "Sock Hop" with music on record and dancing in stocking feet was held. Prizes were awarded for the most un- usual socks. The council is a very important part of school life. It gives the students a chance to express their views on school matters. It is democracy in action, student- elected representatives following the students wishes to make school life run more smoothly, All in all it has been a very successful year, much has been accom- plished, the students benefiting from the councils pro- iects and the members gaining a knowledge of sub government. The Junior High Student Council, under the super- vision of Mr. Zimdars, is the governing body of the Junior High. All the classes are well represented by a representative from each English class and by their class officers. The council was headed this year by George Zubulake, president, Charles Wennerlund, vice-president, Llewellyn Ridge, secretary, and Mona Herbold, treasurer. The council has four standing committees to assist in running its school. The welcome committee greets new students and shows them about the building. The pepfest committee assists the cheerleaders, while the building committee takes care of such things as locket cleanups. The program committee sees that entertain- ment is furnished to the students,

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