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Page 39 text:
If you were to happen into the journalism room the deadline day of one of the
issues of the Herald, you would find what appears to be a hectic hodgepodge of type-
writer pounding, jibber-jabber and general confusion, with Mr. Mackin, the advisor,
his hair strewn to the wild winds, apparently in the worst dither of all. But, if you
could look beneath the surface, you would find an efficient newspaper staff putting the
finishing touches on the copy that will make a very presentable paper to come out the
The journalism class was divided into a staff similar
to that of any professional newspaper. Under the editor-
in-chief, Virginia Shafer, is the editorial staff handling
the write-ups, the business staff in charge of finances,
the copyreaders, typists, exchange editors, and others all
necessary in the production of our school paper.
The twelve issues of the Herald amount each year to
five hundred dollars, and much of the credit goes to the
business staff, under Benny Boatright, the business man-
ager, who labor strenuously trying to sell advertisements
to raise the needed money. All in all the paper, which was
this year enlarged from five to six columns, has proven a
great success and practically self-supporting.
First Row: Patricia Murray, Mr. Mackin, Charles Conral, Burdette Leer, Marilyn Miller, .lanicc Amlcrsnn, Mary
Nelson, Betty Dick. Mava Niles. .leziiiiic Pickles, Marian Cliernicli, Annette 'l'orvik, XVcllaml Hrcliziril.
Second Row: Lyli- I'0l'U'l'. .Ioycv Colson, lloln-1'la IIt'lllI1'1'.4Ull, llaviil lloimi-ville-, Kemivtli Lunn, lil-verly llariii-cle,
.li-rry Nval. .lolm Carlson. Ronny Hozilriglit, Nancy H1-lc-n Dollar, lmimlil Thomas, Iiliznlwtli Geior-
mann, Leslie Miller, .lack Kinsella, Gail Indsetll. lvlargarct Hrastrup, Mary Lei- Smith, .loliu llella.
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First Row: .Xnm-llv 'IH-rvik, Hrggaiiizutionsz William Lau:-r, Sports: Suxnnnt- Mi-lville. Snnpslims: Mr. Mavkin
,XllXlSl!lf -iilllll'4t Amit-rsou, Sports: Joyce- Volsl-11. f'Lllt4ll1l?Ll'Q .lvniinv l'iQlilvs. 1lrg'a1iizalirms: lvlariqui
l'llt'llliPll, Sports: .loan llusi-ntlial, 'Vypisli Luis .li-an l'vle-1'soi1. Typist.
Second Row: .li-rry Neal. Snapshotsi lil-n Tillnlsou, l'a.lu-mlar: liurtuu Iirunllrud. K':1ls-iulzu: Mary Nt-lsrin, Snap
shots: Ki-nm-tli I.uun, Iiilvmi'5': lmvid lloiim-iillm-, Snapslmts: Iielty llivli. l4ll1'I'?ll'Y1 llc-tty XX':xrml
Social: l'2lhi-l Illhli, Sovinl: l'l1-in ll'lil'lk'll, I'I'll.lt-l'l'2L4lt'l': lfllillll' lit-clilolml, Typist: lla-tty .l. lit-yimlds
Typisl: ldlziinm- A. II1-rrig, l'1'ool'1'wa1li-1'.
Third Row: Allan Ilt-liliu-r, ill?-L?llliX2lfillllSI Li-sliw lrlillvr. Sportsl Spt-iimir lluisn-, Sports: In-lord: Fziizisiiio, .Xrl
Gull liulsvlli, Sm-iali llosi-inz1l'5' S1-lvig. I'l'1lUl'l'l'Il1lt'l'I .Xrlt-nv lliwllc-1, Art: llulv Saxrili, Sports: Mui
unit-1 Iirivlu-ll, Typist.
Not pictured: In-lon-s Wt-lls, l.1t4'1'm'5'.
.unix llldlili l2l'IYI'IliI1Y IEAIINIWIQ l'll,-XliI,ICS vuNu.xiv
Ulu-l-mlilui' qui-1-mlltol' l'lirvlug.:l'npln-1'
We, the editors ot' the 1942 Prairie Breezes,
Wish to express our sinf-erest thanks: to our
student pllotographer, Charles Conrad, who spent
much of his time taking many of the pic-lures
herein used, to our artist, Arlene lioelter, who
so artistically sketched the division pages and
end-sheet of this bookg to our advisors, Mr, Van
Wyk and Mr. Mackin, who guided us to a suc-
cessful endg to our staff, whom we many times
imposed upon for special assignments: to the
business staff, headed by Mr. Tooze, for their
fine workg to our photographer, Mr, Risemg our
photoengraver. Mr. lmai of Fargo, and the Bis-
marck Printing Co., who worked so diligently
with us and furnished many helpful and useful
suggestions, and to the faculty and the entire
student body. To you all, We say. t'Thanlis for
your exvellenl. attitude and fine cooperation."
TAFK lxlNSl4II l X
l!I'HlllG'l"I'I'l LICICH. . . , ' C A if
linsinl-ss 1'121ll21,Lfk'I' llusinl-ss Mkllliit-501'
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HIGH SCHCDOL BAND
Under the friendly informal discipline of Mr.
Clarlon Larson, Band is one of the favorite pe-
riods of all who are fortunate enough to take it.
This year it was strengthened by the addition of
the excellent ability of Guy F. Larson to the
music teaching staff. Those who worked hard
this year were rewarded by being allowed to
attend the State Contest, where, as usual, a lot
of fun was had.
l'IlAliI1 IN LA IIS! IN
N- 14.4 fi
First Row: .I, Iiip.U.:'H. ll, II4-nnle-rsrm, .l. Iii-Ik, A. Intl:-. U. Rimarlw-s, II. Gralvvii. M. I'ilw. .l. Shiiw-Ii.
econd Row: G. lNIaucIig'o. M. Swenson, L. I'vtv1'sol1, A. Schuh. N, Irollzir. IC. Ili-clilolwl. Il. Ifloklt-svik. Ii. Slvighl. M.
Hlsou, Ii. l'IwrnicIi. V. Stewart, Y. Haas, .l. Shunli. U. lin-iI'ui',
Third ROW: Il. Im,L:'an, G. XViII, VV. H4'FIllQ.f, Ii. Hall, F. Miiiwr. Ib. IW-rsmi, ll. Heallie-, .I. M1-Ilon, U, Morton, II. 'I'o1'ViIi,
V. Munson, F. Milhollan, A. Swenson, .I. Uarlsou. Ii. Rillerimusii, II. I+'alg'l'1-11. Ib. l'ai'Isim. ll. linux-ii. Ii. XYiIcox.
tanding: .I. XYIiite-, II. XVaI4lschmiiIt, 'l'. Frost, I4. Iwi-1', l'. Larson, .I. Polsi-11.
First Row: M. Alkiiismi, lfl. Kiev, lb. Ilohiuson, .l. Harty. II, SUIINVIl'Illt'IlIPl'I'f1. Il, IM-Im-V, Il. Moses. I,. Joimsml.
s In I In XX lumlsn I Ilolmh l Ioueu I Im I
econd Row: IX Flurer, M. Illlrlaul. Ii. I'l'e-ifs-V, Y. Iiangto , +I. 'I ge-ii, '. " - I , I. I 'f , . . I -, ..Swm-iisoii,
II Urav I In-cI't-rl H H I 'fx
. ,1 4. 1. X . . uni!
Third Row: Il. V1-nnlsel. Il. Hvrii, A. I":Ull5.2,'2lS, V. Imlilvn. ll Zabel, .I. I'i4-rw-, l'. Stubbs, .I. I'auI, .I, Iiurson. I", XYiIc-ox,
Iv, Ifrosl, G. Sm-nzeli, IJ. Erickson, Ii. lmw, .l. lvlauivoualel. Ii, lilIIlIl1'S.'.
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