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BRUNO GRADE SCHOOL HISTORY
Back in '42 thirteen excited youngsters entered the Brxmo Grade School. They were Marie
Brown, Mary Billnan, Lyle Gray, Ronald Gross, Mary Ann Judkins, Ruth Moedt, Elmer Monette,
Edith Nelson, Bonnie Pearson, Lois Passow, Arlene Peterson, Allan Plaisted and Norbert Werner-
skirchen. Our teacher for our first two years was Miss Mary Murphy. Ruth Moedt moved to Chi-
cago during our second year of school. In third grade we had Miss Hawley for our teacher.
Mary Ann Judklns and Lyle Gray left us this year. Our fourth grade was very much the same ex-
cept for harder work. Miss Lennox was our teacher this year. Glen Weidendorf, Gerald Wallner
and Betty Frazer joined us this year. Miss Holmes was our teacher during our fifth and sixth
grades. Bernice Linder joined us in the fifth grade and left us again in the sixth. We had
a few new students join us during our sixth grade which made it much more fun and more competi-
tion. John Swanson, Richard Fuller and George Ayers were the new students. Richard Fuller
left us after the sixth grade but James Trestrail was there to take his place. Isabella Walker
also joined us about the middle of this year. Mr. Trestrail was our teacher through our
seventh and eighth grades. James Trestrail left us after the eighth grade so there were
fifteen of us left looking forward to going to Askov.
KERRICK GRADE SCHOOL HISTORY
In 191.2 five youngsters entered the Kerrick school to meet their first grade teacher, Miss
Stine. They were Jerry Sexton, Maurice Keyport, Rose Ann Ketchum, Donna Mae Hackett, and Soph-
In the second grade we had a new teacher, Miss Edstrom, and also a new classmate, Wanda
Fogarty. Sophia Robinson moved to another school. Miss Edstrun was also our third grade
Miss Chaffer was our teacher in the fourth grade, this year John Domagalla joined us.
In the fifth grade we were moved into another room, which was known as the big room. Here
we met our new teacher, Mr. Havisto.
In the sixth and seventh grades, Mr. Anderson was our teacher. It was in the seventh grade
that June Hartfiel joined us.
Mrs. Flor was our teacher in the eighth grade.
We were all looking forward to meeting our new classmates at Askov.
DUQUETTE GRADE SCHOOL HISTORY
In 191.2 several excited little youngsters entered the Duquette Grade School. We were Carol
Meyer, Ralph Bloom, Walter Bloom, lqrtle Magnuson, and Billy McKee. Our teacher :ln our first
grade was Miss Soenns.
In our second and third year no more came or dropped out. Our fourth year was more exciting
because of a new teacher, Mrs. Erickson. We were happy to see two new faces, Shirley Lundwall
and Charlene Lundwall. '
In our fifth year we had a new teacher, Mrs. Ness and a new student came to our school',
Our sixth and seventh year was not too eventhxl. We also welccmed a new teacher, Mrs.
In the last year of grade school we still had Mrs. Johnson aa our teacher. We all looked
forward to seeing our new classmates who we would join in the ninth grade at Askov High.
The four finishing this year are Shirley, Walter and Carol.
HIGH SCHOOL HISTORY
Forty-two intelligent faces ibut that was alll started high school. The whole thing was all
right by us except for one little thing. Initiation! Remember those itchy ol' 'Long Johns"?
Weren't they horrid? And those shoes! Wonder how the boys ever lived through it. We had some
of our classes over in the D.B.S. Hall, and it was a lot of hm walking back and forth. Che
nice thing-they could never tell where we were. We found out who the gentlemen were, too, when
one of the teachers was pushed down in the msd rush for dinner.
In our sophomore year we had our revenge. The freshmen had to take their pmmishment now!
All that wasted lipstick! About this time we were finding out what study halls were for--sleep.
The teachers didn't quite have the sane idea, did they?
Oh, the jvmlor year was really the one for work-the play, prom, and getting the mgng
Qggttg out. At least in our own estimation, they were aJ.l successful achievements of our
class. Which was the nest fun? All that crepe paper! Remember! We thought we'd never get it
all up. Just like rain or shine the school paper was always ready on time. It all goes to
prove lost anything can be done.
And now it's our last year of high school. At one time or another we've all thought it was
hopeless, but here we are hoping and waiting for our diplomas.
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H Jerry Sexton
V, Like H P0Wd9T puff, I'm for the ladies.H
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H ' Isabella Walker
f It s better to be small and shine than to
f r7 be big and cast a shadow.n
nwhat he wants to get out of school
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,Ty C V
ASKOV GRADE SCHOOL HISTORY
In September, 1942, twenty-five anxious, but bashful little boys and girls took their seats
in Mrs. Krabbe's room for the first time. She was known as Miss McCutchan then. Of these
twenty-five, only ten remained the whole twelve years to graduate in 1954. They are :Ronald
Clark, LeRoy Clausen, Delores Hansen, Ardyce Henriksen, Cecelia Ingemansen, Karen Krogh, Jack
Pearson, Elsie Molgaard, Harriet Molgaard, and Sonja Nielsen. Either the teachers have had it
in for us from the start or we didn't know how to behave, because Jack and Ronald were put in
the corner the first day of school.
Our third grade was split up so we don't all remember the same things about it.
Joyce Jensen joined our class in the fourth grade. Miss Olson was our teacher this year.
Mrs. Eckert taught us when we were in the fifth grade. we learned our history and geography
real well that year! James Trestrail and Gloria Olson came in the fifth grade, but both left
We probably all remember the sixth grade as a time of fun for all of us except Hrs. Peterson,
our teacher. I wonder if she knew about the eraser throwing contest we had every time she left
the room. This was also the year they tried to break us of our note writing habit-they didn't
succeed, even having them pinned on the bulletin board didn't stop us. They also tried to teach
us not to eat candy in school. Sonja got a jaw breaker caught in her throat, which proves we
didn't listen to the teacher very well. '
In the seventh grade, Leo Jensen came from Wisconsin and Gloria Anderson from Willow River.
We were sorry to have Ronald Eccles leave us at the end of the year to go to Washington. Mrs.
Fyhr was our teacher in the seventh and eighth grades. Remember in the eighth grade when Mrs.
Fyhr let us sit out in the cloak hall and knit? It's funny we got anything at all accomplished
out there. She even trusted us to study together out there. This was also the year that'we
had so many parties. By the end of this year we were all excited about being in high school,
and couldn't wait to meet our new friends from up north.
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