Bismarck High School - Prairie Breezes Yearbook (Bismarck, ND)

 - Class of 1942

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BOOSTER BOARD-Seated: Mrs. lianlz, Shirley Anrlcrsoii, Vharles Coiirail, Virginia Shafer. First Row: Myron Atltinsoii, .luhn lNlorion, l'zirolyn llhoaili-s, lvlarjoric Iiolmiiison. H1-ily Lou Flock. Second Row: Hoist-rl Giiiinoss. Marian lirzmili-s, Alulii-nnv XViIsou, Phyllis Kraft. Gram- llarbie. Back Row: Iioirc-rl .limi-s. XX'alti-r Scott, .lohii liarsmi, lW3.I'I.l,HI'Pt lirasirup, .lack Scliunk, XVilIiam llrabow, liobi-rt i'Q'2ill. .lolm iii-lk. W1-llanrl Ui-1-iizliwl. BOOSTER BCDARD ln the army this group might be called the "Division in charge of Army Morale," but here in B.H.S. they are k11own simply as the "Booster Board," and their duty is to foster school spirit. ln each case it is an important job, and, however well the former does, we know the Booster Board has produced some very satisfactory results. Under the able leadership of Charles Conrad, and the wise counsel of Mrs. Bantz, they not only did the work asked of them, but went out of their way to find more. The Home- coming, including the parade, the crowning of the queen, and the ballg the variety show to make money for the annualg the patriotic program in Februaryg and the faculty basketball game are a few of the things sponsored by this energetic organization. The carrying out of all these projects called for a large span of ability. There arose duties ranging from contacting such dignitaries as the mayor, to building stage scenery and organizing jam sessions for school entertainment, but always some one of the members could do and did a good job of whatever came up. The Booster Board's recreation and chief fun was the occasional pep meeting they put on for special events. The clever comedy and remarkable character t?J portrayals by John Larson, Bill Grabow, John Morton and others will go down in the annals of history as the "tops in cornf' ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS LFTAL TCIHNIITNUS lil'I'A IVIUHPHY LOUISE JOHNSON 32

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LEARNING HOW' T0 IIROI' A LINE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mingled with the clatter of typewriters in the business office, "Friends, Romans, coun- trymen, lend me your ears," may be heard in the same hall by any passing observer. "Et tu, Brute," or Jim or maybe Johnny. That is Miss Murphy's freshman English class giv- ing their contemporary version of Shakespeareys pride and joy, "Julius Ceasarf' Proceeding farther down the road of knowledge, you are likely to disturb the quiet class in Miss Edmund's room as she instructs the students in the classification of the many verbs. Creeping quietly up the center stairs and into the first door to the left, we find our- selves in the midst of a heated discussion with the teacher doing his bit, too. You are very liable to be called upon in any of Mr. Tooze's many speech classes. If you escape from there alive, you make a flying dash to Miss Johnson's literature class, and here again we find a lover of Shakespeare. On the third floor we find the senior English classes under the supervision of Miss French and Mr. Mackin. It is said that Miss French has to pull more than strings fshe makes puppets, you knowj to get the kids to do the assignments that are required. In Mr. Mackinls room, dear old 310, we find the most famous of them all, for there it is that the school paper and the annual originate. : In spite of the long and weary nights spent on term papers, notebooks, etc., we are without a doubt obtaining the best in English foundations that can be had. So hats off to you, teachers of grammar and literature! li. XV. MACKIN MARY M. FIQICNCII RUSSELL TOOZTC 33

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