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"Ready for dictation," "Sixty words
per minute perfect"-these phrases
are often heard by everyone taking
Beginning typing is taken by Jun-
iors and Seniors. The work covered
in this course includes writing letters,
outlines, tabulations, and other things
of personal use to an individual.
Students who take the second year
of typing and shorthand are members
of the secretarial practice class. In
addition to transcription Work, they
have practice in filing, mimeograph-
ing, and general office duties.
The course in bookkeeping is val-
uable in many ways. It furnishes
foundation for advanced commercial
work and is of great practical value
to those who Wish to use bookkeeping
Back row-Hanson, Willey, Lindstrom,
Rice. Third row-Ulbrich, Ivers, Schilling.
Second row-Carlson, Hill, Grommersch.
First row-Harvey, Maher, Shanley. Upper
inset-Anderson, Dokken. Lower inset-
Stenstavold, Sprague, Thayer.
General business is a foundation
course for all commercial work. This
course offers information for success-
ful business management.
Two other subjects in the depart-
ment are commercial law and com-
mercial arithmetic Which deal with
the fundamentals of business law and
The instructors in the Commercial
department are: Miss Paulsen-Typ-
ing I, Shorthand I, Secretarial Prac-
tice, Mr. Zick-Typing I, Bookkeep-
ing, General Business, Mr. Lynott-
Commercial Arithmetic, Commercial
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Best Girl Athlete
Most Perfect Lady
Most Perfect Gentleman
Junior Chamber of Commerce Awards
Football Basketball Track '40
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Roger Billings Loren Niklason Vincent Swift
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Jake Van Beek Charles Chester Roger Billings
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Squad Travels Far, Debates Often .
Sixty-two students, coached by Mr.
Dwyte T. Wilson, participated in
twenty-four extemporaneous speak-
ing contests, eight oratorical meets.
six rounds of panel discussion, twelve
contests of poetry and manuscript
reading, and nearly 200 debates.
BHS won the sweepstakes trophy
in the Volga Speech Jamboree, fifth
among the nineteen schools in the
Mid-West Speech Festival held here,
and second in the Tri-State Novice
meet at Madison. Other meets at-
tended during the year included Ver-
million, Watertown, Arlington, Madi-
son, Sioux Falls, Worthington and
Pipestone, Minn., Gustavus Adolphus
at St. Peter, Minn., and Webster.
Doris Schilling, Mark Minier, Vern
Martin and Stanley Brackenwagen
won the Tri-State tourney at Mitchell
and placed second in the Divisional.
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Left to right: Back row-Rice, Martin,
Mr. Wilson. Second row-Brackenwagon,
Harper, Deane, Graham, Fromke, Thorson.
Front row-Gentle, Schilling, Wiley, Pit-
tenger, Minier. Upper inset: Back row-
Stratton, Smith. Second row--Pederson.
Brown, Moriarty, Wagner, Jensen. Front
row-Willey, Peterson, Watson, LaRivierc.
Lower inset-Sorenson. Right inset: Back
row-Mr. Wilson, Brackenwagen, Martin,
Minier. Front row-Gentle, Fromke.
In original oratory, Mark Minicr
placed Hrst at the Divisional tourna-
ment and third at the Big Eight in
Yankton. In the first twenty-nine de-
cision debates, Brookings teams won
twenty-two and lost seven.
The freshman teams, numbering
fourteen debaters, coached by Miss
Eleanor Page, won the Novice tour-
nament held at Brookings, January
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