Canton High School - Backtrackin Yearbook (Canton, SD)

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miami? 0 Edited by the Annual Staff CANTON HIGH SCHOOL Canton South Dakota ,I ,X I . It +i'Q6D5 AL .J ,g.z:L5Qe 2g.f:.4g. 1 ,X X A 1,2 :::..W.' f fx J Of 3 C A 'fliff Y agp I Decficafion We dedacate to Dr Ernest Orlando Lawrence thas l946 Annual of Canton Hagh School an ap precaataon of has great scaentafac work He started as a boy by experamentang wath radaos Thas genaus led the way toward wannang the Nob l praze and to has last great success the atom bomb As a boy he had Ideas all has own He was not only satasfaed an studyang and thankang but also an carryang out has thoughts Has adeas were contanuous for one led to another Ernest Lawrence was born at Canton August 8 l90l Has farst twelve years of school were ob tamed at Canton where has father C G Lawrence was school superantendent Has college educataon was obtaaned at St Olaf Northfeld Mannesota the Unaversaty of Couth Dakota the Unaversaty of Mannesota the Unaversaty of Chacago and Yale Unaversaty where he receaved hrs doctors degree an l925 ln l928 he loaned the faculty of the Unaver saty of Calafornaa as an anstruc or rn physacs and of a cure for cancer and leukemaa Has brother Dr John Lawrence assasted an applyang Ernests dascoveroes to medrcane He bualt a small workang model of the atom smasher an l929 ln l039 Lawr nce was awarded the Nobel peace praze for the development of the atom smashing cyclotron He was so absorbed an has work that he wouldn t go to Stockholm to re ceave the award Ernest Lawrence great scaentast wont fuss wath has own automolale when at develops a growl He won t rade an an aarplane except an emergen aes He won t go anto a movae an the maddle ofa pacture and he won t gamble an the ordanary way After all has own dreams would fraghten a crystal gazer He not only lakes s aentafac thungs but he loves to play a fast gume of tennas go nce skatang fash ang yachtang and fmash at up wath a thack steak To Dr Lawre-ace we have the honor of deda catang our I946 Backtrackan Annual T 1 I - .A . C . , . I , . . . ' I. ' I ' ' . I . ' . ' I E I 1 . I 2 -' I I . . . . , . I . . . . . L u Q I began his experiments on smashing atoms in search . . ' . , ' 1 a I . 1 , 5 I I. ' . . , . I. - I , . . .J . r. l c . , . . . . . I , . . . . , . F. . . . y - . I . - s . K A 1 . . I 1 . I - , , - . I I ' . , , i Bm. Efuzzif Dzfando .fa Mr. C. C. Jacobson, Superintendent, received his B. A. at St. Olaf, and his M. A. at the University of South Dakota. He attended summer sessions at the University of Minnesota and the University of Chicago. Before becoming Superintendent of Can- ton City Schools in 1926, he served two years as coach and four years as principal. During the years Mr. Jacobson has been in Canton he has taught social sciences, math, science, and now bookkeep- ing. He is chairman of the State Athletic Associa- tion and the past President of the SDEA. He is a past State Big Stick. Mr. Jacobson holds the Silver Beaver for Boy Scout work. Admini tration The schoolboard of Canton High School, consisting of seven members, is responsible for fixing salaries and the conditions af tenure of teachers. Other duties of the board are the examination and approval of the annual budget, levying taxes, providing adequate grounds and buildings for the school. Mr. Diekman and Mr. Scholten have each served on the board for two years. Mr. Deinema has served for three years, Mr. Iverson, four years, Mr. Bogue, one year and Mr. Skyberg, fourteen years. Seated in the picture, left to right are: A. J. Scholten, vice-president, chairman ofthe purchase committee, R. F. Deinema, chairman of buildings and grounds, F. H. Diekman, president, H. J. Bogue, chairman of the teachers com- mittee, H. E. Iverson, chairman of finance committee. Standing are: I. A. Skyberg, treasurer, C. J. Loftesness, clerk. 1. Mr. C. E. White, principal of Canton High School, returned to teach in Canton this year after serving two and one half years in the United States Navy. Besides his principalship, he teaches biology and mathematics. He is an adviser to the student coun- cil and the senior class. Mr. White graduated from Mitchell High School and attended Dakota Wes- leyan where he received a B. S. degree. From there obtained his M. A. degree. Mr. White taught in Canton eight years before joining the Navy as an f he went to the University of South Dakota where he 'Tfsq K V l Electricians Mate lfc in the spring of l943. Most X f M41 of his service was given in the Pacific Theater. His rank at the time of his discharge was Lieutenant, i- 9- Government The student council is an organization composed of students from grades seven through twelve. It is their duty as repre- sentatives from the student body to promote and sponsor worthwhile activities in connection with extra curriculars. Officers are elected by semesters. Seated in the picture, left to right, are: Lorraine Marken, senior, first semester vice-president, and second semester secretaryg Dorothy Oakland, senior, second semester vice-president: Marilyn Bogue, seventhg Charles Visser, junior, Ross Roe, senior, second semester presidentg Dirrcll Olander, sophomore, Harris Jacobson, juniorg Alice Tuntland, sophomoreg Deloris Wolfe, eighth: James Deinema, eighth, Bryan Whitney, seventhg Marynel Notcboom, fresh- mang Alvina Fylling, freshmang Natalie Fladmark, junior, first semester secretary, Laurel Gray, senior, first semester president. , 'sv M?" ?,, if , K K 4 Q, 1 il Mii, ., Q 4' I W' - M A Q: W 95'5'f' Wi' ri 4 ' ,V e, tg 5, 51, IA , , V 6 7 x I Q is I f Q gs 'nw gm 4 4 4 . -f .. , L., K as Q 'iv It: .,. 'vs iff 'L 5 'L Y ...u 'x his '7- I. :M ,- - .. z nf! U, 'S 1, 4, an .vw ,hs ff-5 1, s .-.', ' s Ein: O! ii! 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A. l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, Track l, 4 -- BETTE BUR- NEY, Backtrackin' Staff 4, Echo Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, Scitamard 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F. H. A. I, 2 - ROGER MOLSTAD, Echo Staff 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Scitamard 3, 4 - ZONA EKLE, Back- trackin' Staff 4, Ensemble l, 2, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. I, 2, 3, Attendant 4 - SIDNEY HANSON, Backtrackin' Staff 4, All-high play 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Scitam- ard 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball. l, C-Club 3, 4, Honorary Football Captain 4, Student Council l, Track 2, 3, 4, Attendant 4 -JEAN MITCHELL, Backtrackin' Staff 4, Glee Club 2, F. H. A. l, 2 -- DONALD STUBSTEN, F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Attendant 4- ELVA HAMMERSTROM, Backtrackin' Stott 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3 - OWEN MAD- DEN, Scitamard 3, 4, C-Club 4, Football 3, 4 - LAUREL GRAY, editor of the Back- trackin' and the Echo, has become an im- portant figure in many activities, including the All-high play 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Scitamard 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, Football 3, Student Council 4, Track l. ln his junior year, Laurel was elected to the National Honor Society, and was chairman of the home- coming program. During the first semester of his senior year, Laurel was chosen presi- dent of the Student Council. SENIORS ROSE MARIE GORMAN: Entered from Cathedral, Backtrackin' Staff 4 - LYLE ORSTAD, Backtrackin' Staff 4, Band 2, 3, C-Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4 - DARLENE OVRE, Backtrackin' Staff 4, Glee Club 4, F. H. A. l, 2 - OSCAR ERICKSON, Band l, 2, F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4 - LORRAINE MARKEN, Backtrackin' Staff 4, All-high play 3,4, Echo Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4, Forensics I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 3, 4, G. G. A. 3, Mixed Chorus l, 3, 4, Scitomard 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council 4, F. H. A. l, Marjorette l, 2, 3, 4, County D. A. R. Representative 4, Annual Princess 4 - TALMADGE STENSLAND, F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2 - DONNA ULRICKSON, Backtrackin' Staff 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, F. H. A. l, 2, 4, Attendant 4 - OMAR PETTER- SON, Backtrackin' Staff 4, All-high play 4, Glee Club 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Basketball l, Z, C-Club 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. l,2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4 - EUNICE THOMPSON, Backtrackin' Staff 4, Glee Club 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. l, 2, Attendant 4 - LORRIN SCHWARTZ, Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Football 4 - NINA EVERHART, Backtrackin' Staff 4, Echo Staff 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, Scitomard 4, F. H. A. l, 2, 4 - ROSS ROE has been offi- cial photographer for the Backtrackin' and the Echo. He was elected to the National Honor Society during his junior year, and during the past semester has been presi- dent of the Student Council. Other activi- ies include: All-high play l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, The Ensemble 4, Echo Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Scitomard 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Band l, Z, C-Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Stu- dent Council l, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, At- tendant 4. CLASS OF I946 ' 421.19 . . Jn... Mg SIDNEY ANDERSON, Entered from Lennox 3, Ensemble 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, F. F. A. 4- JEAN STEENSLAND, Backtrockin' Staff 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Scitamard 3, 4, F. H. A. l, 2, 3 - ROBERT WILKINS, Echo Staff 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Scitamard 3, 4 - BEVERLY HOFF, Backtrockin' Staff 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, F. H. A. l, 2, 3 - HER- BERT ULRICKSON, Backtrockin' Staff 4, All-high play 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, C-Club 4, Football l, 4, F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Attendant - DELORIS RENNER, Backtrockin' Staff 4, Ensemble 3, Forensics 3, G. A. A. l, 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Scitamard 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F. H. A. l, 3, 4 - ELLIOTT GOEMAN, Backtrockin' Staff 4, Entered from Armour 2, All-high play 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, C-Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 - BERNICE HOMANDBERG, Back- trockin' Staff 4, G. A. A. Z, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 -- DONALD NELSON, Backtrockin' Staff 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4 - THEOLA SEVERSON, Backtrockin' Staff 4, Student Council, 2, F. H. A. l, 3 - MARIAN MATHESON, Echo Staff 3, Glee Club Z, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3 - CLARA JER- VlK, assistant editor on the Backtrockin' Staff, has a pleasing personality and is al- ways willing to help others. During her jun- ior year she was elected editor of the Com- mercial annual, "Lla Laicremmoc." She also became a member of the National Honor Society while she was a junior. Her activities have included the Ensemble l, 3, 4, Echo Staff 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Scitamard 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4. During her senior year, she was one of the Homecoming Queen's attendants. SENIORS A ELAINE GROON, Backtrackin' Staff 45 Entered from Davis 35 Forensics 4 - RICHARD LEIN, Backtrackin' Staff 45 Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45 C-Club 3, 45 Football 3, 45 F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4 - BEVERLY PAYNE, Glee Club I5 F. H. A. I, Z, 3 - RUSSELL STEARNS, En- tered from Sioux Falls 35 Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus 4 -- LOIS KAUFFMAN, Backtrackin' Staff 45 Ensemble 3, 45 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 35 Mixed Chorus I, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. I5 Atten- dant 4 - ROXY FALDE, All-high play 45 Ensemble 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Scitamard 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 C-Club 3, 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 At- tendant 4 - GLADYS BRAATEN, Back- trackin' Staff 45 F. H. A. I, 2, 4 - MILO FORSMOE, Three years U. S. Navy5 All- high play 35 Scitamard 35 C-Club 35 Foot- ball 2, 3 - DOROTHY OAKLAND, Back- trackin' Staff 45 Entered from Harrisburg 25 Ensemble 25 Echo Staff 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 G. A. A. 35 Scitamard 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 F. H. A. 2, Attendant 4 - ROSEMARY VAN LAAR, Backtrackin' Staff 45 F. H. A. I, 2, 3 - ANNA MARIE REIFERS, Entered from Spencer 4 - LENORA KEARIN AND WILLARD AMBUR, royalty for I945. Lenora's activities while at school have in- cluded Backtrackin' Staff 45 Echo Staff 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 F. H. A. I, 2 - WilIard's activities have been as follows: Backtrackin' Staff 45 Glee Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Student Council 35 F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4 - They were elected from a senior class of fifty members to reign as king and queen for Canton High School's thirteenth annual homecoming festivities. CLASS OF l946 -, 1. '26 1- JUNIORS Charles Buttz, Pres. Harris Jacobson Robert Habeger LaDonna Hanson Sally Anderson William Haynes Beverly Nelson Deloris Eli Merlyn Fossum Merle Deurloo Olin Eie Rolland Johnson Louis Knutson Natalie Fladmark Gladys Fylling Margie Anderson Dale Juel Yvonne Barry Donald Cornelius Harold Armstrong Walter Aasheim Priscilla Gray Glenda Holcomb Elaine Hunt Elizabeth Grinager Waiva Harbert Lois Brandhagen Ardis Cherrington l Gerald Frederickson CLASS 0F I947 Estelle Searles Raymond Ellis Albert Van Loar Mavis Whitney Jack Perry Darreld Reade Gerald Reade Arlene Tuntland Myrna Kuhns Betty Strand Darrell Rohrabaugh Edna Mae Rohlf Mickey Noteboom Rachel Nelson Leon Larson Ruth Noyes lla Moe Nelson Alvin Miller Joseph Truhe Helen Mickelson Robert Millage Glen McVay Rosemary Schwartz Marlin Sletvold Dale Van Bockern Jack Mickelson Charles Visser .ff Robert Sorum .7919 SOPHOMORES Eugene Cornelius, Pres. Orville Larson Rosemarie Cox Lorraine lngebretson lvy Larson Donald Peterson Gladys Eie 'Gaynor Thinglum Elsie Aasheim Wayne Mitchell Darrell Olander Marlyn Forsmoe Lorraine Anderson Allen Bergeson Lloyd Amen Deloras Hoff Lois Kennison Norma Thinglum Mary .lane Olson Alice Tuntland Neva Zoe Hokenstad Leonard Everhart Helen Helgerson Beverly Brurud Alice Oakland Marion Anderson Harold Aaron June Anderson CLASS 0F 48 Gene Austin Kenneth Stensland Florence Ekle Wava Mickelson Duane Ellis Ruth Tresler Joy Olson Eugene Sorensen Patricia Scholten Clifford Crawford Gordon Severson Harvey Strand Francis Millage Allan Brandsma Ruth Thorsen Elmer Volden Lois Skelly Darlene Bell Gerald Urben Darlean Miller Esther Stearns Edwin Rudloff Barbara Hendrix Delores Sundvold FRESHMEN Charles Jones, Pres. Shirley Habeger Vernon Mickelson Wayne lseminger Jack Kuhns Marvin Merry Eugene Ingebretson Richard Fladmark Joann Helder Monroe Bell Elvina Fylling Loren Crawford Barbara Furubotten Alvin Kidd Nila James Joyce Hammer y Marken Edna Egeland Torrance Bankson Helen Gilmore Donna Ellis LaVonne Menholt Joan Beasley Frederick Eisland Joyce Brandhagen Dorothy Tunender Alice Armstrong Jerold McCormick CLASS GF '49 James Waage Frances Rudloff Patricia Peavy John Snadness Charles Murray Dorothy Schollerman Alan Solem Virginia Odson Beatrice Olson Irene Rolfsen Dorothy Schwartz Roger Wells Arthur Stensland Wayne Sinning Arlene Urben Dole Severson Dennis Stewart LaVonne Stengel Robert Molstad Marynel Noteboom Mila Mae Torberson Rosella Studer Alpha Peterson Lois Bakkene i 1 JUNIOR HIGH I , I 1 Gloria Anderson, Pres. Merle Amen Betty Anderson Lois Husby Darlene Bowen Belmer Fostvedt James Deinema Richard Hoff Kay Jones James Sayre Duane Hammerstrom David Goodburn Gene Kadinger Marian Shaft Delores, Stengel Carol Davis Murray Rowe LuVerne Fostvedt Georgiana Haynes Alvin Kuper Dorothy Iverson Lorraine Nelson Wayne Detmer Warren Sorteberg Charlotte Erickson Lucille Nelson Dorothy Severson Joyce Deurloo Dean Peterson Albert Anderson Lenora Schouten Marilyn Knutson Katherine Gorman Mary Ann Heiskell Arlyce Gray .lean Sundvold Donald Van Bockern Dolores Wolfe ViqletN"l'hompson PBCFI Armstrong Bryan Whitney, Pres. Robert Ellingson Joyce Beasley Marilyn Bogue Billy Bryant Romaine Gardner Patricia Clifford Robert Linder Eunice Ersland Kaye Furubotten Geraldine Murray Donald Watkins Ruth Haw Marilyn Holm Rosalyn Hagen Virginia Mortenson Barbara Sather Donald Haisch Reavis Heiskell Roger Scholten Carolyn Miller Ardis Johannsen Donna Callahan Teddy Kappen Arvin Hernes Beverly Habeger Corrine Gifford Mary Ann Van Laar Jack Barry Michael Dulaney Arlo Payne Helen Van Laar Leila Mae Niitter Evelyn Stengel 'E JUNIOR HIGH cqafioifiss 5 3 Senator Visser letting off steam. From the homecoming program. Bea and Eunice on their front porch Guess what? Darling baby, wasn't he. In the good old summertime. Backslappin' lWe stole this one from Snerd.l ln a quiet corner by the school. Five friends and two fiends. A homey atmosphere. Yvonne always did have a good laugh. Estelle living in Kentucky. N532-Q Ernest Orlando Lawrence was graduated from Canton high school. ' HETIVITIIQ5 ,. Q" Vt f 1. - .QQg1, I f, K. BAN D PERSONN EL CLARINETS Priscilla Gray Clara Jervik Ruth Tresler Natalie Fladmark Roger Molstad Marlys Tyslancl Rosemary Schwartz Mavis Whitney Lois Brandhagen Gloria Anderson Darlene Bell Edna May Rohlf Marilyn Bogue Irene Rolfson ALTO CLARINET Neva Zoe Hokenstad BASS CLARINET Dorothy Schollerman ALTO SAXOPHONES Donald Nelson Patricia Scholten TROMBONES Harris Jacobson Sidney Hanson Eunice Thompson Patricia Peavy Duane Ellis Helen Helgerson BARITONES John Mickelson Omar Peterson BASSES Ardis Cherrington Gladys Fylling Alice Oakland FRENCH HORNS Estelle Searles Donna Ulrickson Myrna Kuhns SNARE DRUMS Roxy Falde Robert Molstad TYMPANI Monroe Bell Determined to make the best ol the early morning hours, members of the Canton High Band have gone to daily 8:00 A. M. practices since the be- ginning at the school year. This enabled them to do a good job at the many concerts and programs in which they have appeared. This picture of the band and its director was taken at one such re- hearsal. l 'xx 4 z '?,. it l I O A 1 I " . . -L TENOR SAXOPHONE Lois Kauffman BARITONE SAXOPHONE Shirley Habeger FLUTES Dorothy Oakland Joy Olson Darlene Miller BASS DRUM Lenora Kearm Hard at work practicing for the sp mg music con test at Yanlrtan was the clarinet quartette when the picture was taken Those in the picture are Pnsclla Gray first clar net Clara Jemk second clarinet Ruth Tresler tlnrd clarinet and Natalia Fladmark fourth clarinet CORNETS Elizabeth Gnnager Lorrm Schwartz Richard Fossum Nila James Alice Armstrong William Haynes Dorothy Iverson James Demema Merlyn Fossum Carol Davis CHS Band Ruth Tresler, playing a piano solo, "T he Child Prodigy," with the band, was featured at the first concert of the Canton High Band, held in November. At the winter con- cert in February, "The Three Bears," with Shirley Habeger as narrator, was the high- light. A third concert was given late in March. The year's main event for the band was the contest held in Yankton in April. Various soloists and ensembles were en- tered there with the band. Other appear- ances through the year were at football games homecoming program basketball games-including Cantans first game in the district tournament at Hurley Dlrec tors of special activities were the band board consisting of P Gray manager L Brandhagen assistant manager E Grin ager student conductor C .lervik libra nan and M Bell assistant librarian if Vw? v V X ,- it "' L L , 4 . ., ,, Y Glee Club Contests Climaxing the year's activities of the Girls' Glee Club was their entering the state regional music contest held in Yankton in April. The sextette and soloists also repre- sented Canton at this musical event. Other appearances of the group were at the spring concert given by the vocal music department. Accompanists of vocal groups were Monroe Bell, Ruth Tresler, and Elizabeth Grinager. Members chosen last fall as officers were Lois Kauffman, president, and Elizabeth Grinager, secretary. Pictured above from top to bottom, and left to right: R. Nelson, B. Hendrix, D. Sundvold, M. Torberson, D. Ellis, D. Bell, D. Renner, Y. Barry, P. Gray, M. Matheson, l. Rolfson, Z. Ekle, N. Fladmark, P. Scholten, l. Nelson, R. Tresler, A. Tuntland, C. Jervik, A. Cher- rington, E. Stearns, D. Marken, S. Habeger, L. lngebritson, B. Strand, E. Grinager, L. Marken, D. Ulrickson, L. Hauffman, P. Peavy, A. Tuntland, R. Thorson, L. Skelly, J. Anderson, L. Stengel, B. Olson, M. Olson, B. Nelson, A. Oakland, L. Hanson, H. Gilmore, D. Schwartz, R. Schwartz, L. Bakkene, E. Rohlf, H. Helgerson, H. Mickelson, D. Ovre, W. Harbert, J. Hammer, G. Holcomb, and F. Ekle, Not pictured is M. Anderson One of the most active organizations of the vocal music department, having appeared before many audiences such as assemblies, country school PTA'S, Teacher's Institute, church groups and the Legion Auxiliary at various times throughout the year, is the girl's seltette pictured at the left. From left to right, they ore Arlene Tuntland, Patty Peavy, Donna Ulrickson, Lois Kauffman, Elizabeth Grinager, and Lorraine Marken, 5 A in I A1 .- oi' Q A A-fwlg -.'L.oX.A l- L 4 Vocalists Reorganize After being inactive as an organization for the past two years, the Boys' Glee Club was reorganized in the fall with the aim of giving more boys a chance to sing. Under the direction of Miss Mary Geppert, vocal department director, it has become another of the important extra curricular activities offered by the Canton High School. From the Boys' Glee Club an octette was chosen consisting of Monroe Bell and Walter Aasheim, first tenorsg Sidney Anderson and Russell Stearns, second tenors, Ross Roe and Harris Jacobson, baritones, and Roxy Falde and Laurel Gray, basses. The first appearance of this octette was at the annual Christmas program. In the picture above are the Glee Club members. Starting at the top left they are: W. Ambur, W. Aasheim, H. Jacobson, L. Schwartz, E. Goeman, S. Hanson, L. Slcelly, H. Ulrickson, R. Stearns, L. Gray, R. Falde, D. Juel, G. McVay, M. Noteboom, J. Truhe, B. Wilkins, 0. Petterson, R. Fossum, R. Sorum, J. Mickelson, M. Bell, R. Molstod, S. Anderson, and R. Lien. R. Roe is not pictured. Of added interest to the students and others who have heard them, being the only small vocal group in the school composed of bath boys and girls, tho mixed octette has been very successful this year. Pictured at right are the members, from left to right: Monroe Bell, Sidney Anderson, lla Mae Nel- son, Patty Scholten, Natalie Fladmark, Zona Eklo, Ross Roe, and Roxy Falde, ,,., .145 W' Discovering from a student vote lost fall that most of the students '27 would like to have a school annual, and many would be willing to ' help in its production, Canton High students decided to put out the school's first annual in 20 years. To aid in the drive for annual soles, a prize of a free annual was awarded to the student whose name was drawn in assembly. Bernice Homandberg held the lucky number and was refunded by means of 250 pennies. Lorraine Mar- ken, senior pictured at right, was chosen by those who bought annuals to be the Backtrackin' Princess of l946. Lorraine was art editor of "Bocktrackin," a member of Scitamard, vocal music groups, forensics, student council, and was also chosen as the year's DAR representative. First Annual in 20 Years Pictured below at upper left are the five annual editors. Reading from left to right are: C. Jervik, editor of class pages: P. Gray, events editor: L. Gray, editor-in-chief: D. Oakland, faculty editor: and E. Grinager, organizations editor. ln the upper right-hand corner, the art staff of the Backtrackin' is shown. From left to right are C. Visser: L. Marken, art editor: D. Kenner, S. Hanson, R. Lein, and L. Orstod. Photographers and officers doubled up for the shot at the lower left corner. Starting at the left: L. Larson, advertising manager: B. Burney, circulation manager: M. Bell, R. Tresler, E. Rud- Ioff, photographers: and R. Roe, chief photographer. At the lower right of the page is pictured the reporting staff. Each reporter was assigned to a special section of the yearbook under the supervision of one of the four assistant editors. I lv-A V-. W ...l vi +--44----. - V N... A-A F nl-.""-'fb-mg!-Q D 4- ' ' 3 For the seventh consecutive time, the Canton High School journalism staff received an All State Superior rating on the Echo, the school paper. The award was given to the '44-'45 paper edited by Claricie Visser, with a rating of 87 points out of a possible 96. Commenting an this paper, the judge, H. S. Hegner, former teacher of journalism at State College at Brookings, wrote the following statements: G "News writing is far better than the majority of other school papers. Sports are well written, have a good style, coverage exceedingly well handled. Much time and effort are required to achieve such a fine page." The journalism class is justly proud of such favorable comments. Echo Rates All State Quill and Scroll, the international society of high school journalists, each year awards honors to oustanding juniors and seniors. Admittance is based on the quality of published articles written by the applicants. Local members of the society are pictured upper left as follows: B. Burney, lower left of pictureg D. Renner, right. Back row, left to right, are R. Roe: L. Markeng D. Oakland, and L. Gray. In the upper right corner, officers of the Echo staff are shown working at the local newspaper office. They are L. Gray, editor: L. Larson, assistant editorg B. Burney, business manager, G. Holcomb, assistant business managerg and L. Vanderzee, adviser. Reporters on the Echo are shown at lower left, and the darkroom is pictured at lower right. New equipment includes a speed graphic camera and an enlarger. i1?':"l 9 Q le. 4" 1 'Pi xx 11 2 if' YZQ4 .jp Future Homemakers A ER if G+ X 15 D likes X, fv,?XNEw H vi 5 of -Zn MT ' W f"7 . g 175 F Selling pennants at homecoming, serving the Lincoln Debating Society dinner, collect- ing toys for chiIdren's homes, and holding a basket social with members of the Future Farmeres of America as guests, were the major projects for the year of the local Future Homemakers of America. The money earned from these various projects will be used for further improvements of the department. Donna Ulrickson, president of the organization, brought honor to her club and to the school by being chosen as a delegate to Mitchell, and was also selected as one of the four delegates to represent South Dakota at the regional meeting at Brookings. Pictured above are the members of the Future Homemakers of America Club. Shown below are the officers and their adviser. They are from left to right: Helen Helgerson, Lois Brandhagen, Donna Ul- rickson, Deloris Renner, and Miss Dolores Gustafson, adviser. ,WIN ,, , A .jeg 4 Ovid Many Boys Future Farmers Composed of fifty-eight students, the Canton chapter of the Future Farmers of America is the second largest in South Dakota, second only to Brookings. At the regular meetings held each month, and outside of their meetings, they have worked an such projects as building wagon boxes and selling them to farmers or students, and testing samples of seed for farmers with the germinator which they purchased last year. Ten girls from the home economics department were hostesses at the annual father and son banquet held on November 16. Dean Eberle, president of State College at Brookings was the main speaker with Willard Ambur, president of the local FFA acting as toastmaster. Above are pictured the members of the Future Farmers of America. Shown below is a shot taken while welding, using the outstand- ing equipment of the agricultural shop. Mr. W. R. Bryant, adviser, is shown with this group. G T10 A FFA1f .7-F-.5 rx fi fl ,K Qi Q N ' i Iv 104 Q L -.. lgT,,1g 5 . 'J .J A - , ,, ilrf ltr ST Declam and Debate Resolved: that every able-bodied male citizen of the United States should, before attaining the age of twenty-four, have at least one year compulsory military training. This proposition was debated by our first team debate squad, composed of Leon Larson, Ross Roe, Harris Jacobson,and Rachel Nelson. They participated in a practice debate against Augustana Academy on January 24 and also entered the invitational tournament at Madison on January 28. On February I5 and l6 they took part in the Invitational tournament in Sioux Falls. Leon Larson took part in extemporaneous speaking, Shirley Habeger gave a dramatic reading and Lorraine Marken entered poetry. March l2 the southeast district and tournament group also met at Sioux Falls. On November 2, the local declamation Contest was held with these people emerg- ing victors: Lorraine Marken, poetry di- vision, "The Highwaymanf' Shirley Habeger, dramatic division, "The Mud Many" Leon Larson, oratory, "Lest We Forgetf' and Monroe Bell, humorous, "Mrs Britchett Speaks on Strategy." These students entered the district con- test ot Lennox on November 29 where Lorraine and Leon each received a first Voting. ln this contest, Canton tied for first honors, At the regional contest at Parker on December 7, both Lorraine and Leon received an excellent rating. aw v l 145645 x ,S ' A N 4'x V 'rt R 1 b fx y , 1 iff . 1 , V ff, X, , ' g ger' , "Mr fw4-Q.e A, ., W r p. ..., Q L I J f 1 R . I il . Sf' l at Y Y . , - Members of the all-high play cast pic- tured are, left to right: R. Habeger, M. Noteboom, N. Schmierer, G. McVay, N. Hokenstad, P. Scholten, and L. Marken, Ryerson's and Clement's mirthful comedy "Ever Since Eve" was presented October l2 in the high school auditorium. Students participating as members of the cast were Lorraine Marken, Norman Schmierer, Robert Habeger, Glen McVay, Rachel Nel- son, lla Mae Nelson, Ross Roe, Neva Zoe Hokenstad, Particia Scholten, Joseph Truhe, Elliott Goeman, Roxy Falde, and Omar Petterson. The play was directed by Miss Marcia Holland, with Dorothy Oakland assisting. E fi, A-sr' Presiding officers of he Scitamard Society are Jack Dulaney, presi- dent, Leon Larson, vice president and secretary, Jean Steensland, business manager. Scitamard's three one-act plays were presented on March 8 in the high school auditorium. Pictured above are mem- bers of the Scitamard play casts. ln the upper right hand corner are the members of "The Valiant." From left to right they are Bette Burney, Natalie Fladmark, Bob Habeger, Leon Larson, Bob Wilkins, and Laurel Gray. In the center is the cast for "The Gypsy." Those pictured are, Rachel Nelson, Lorraine Marken, and Charles Visser. At the bottom is the cast for "Everything Nice." Reading from left to right standing are: Glen McVay, Arlene Tuntland, Dorothy Oak- land, and Priscilla Gray. Seated are Jean Steensland, Mickey Note- boom and Deloris Renner. Scitamard and All-Hi iii Three hundred fifty students took part in the choral music, verse choir and Biblical portrayals held December 13. Approximately thirteen hundred people attended the annual Christmas program. The massed choruses sang "Adeste Fidelis" as they marched in with their lighted candles. Numbers were sung by the boys' grade chorus and the full grade chorus. Selections were also sung by the mixed chorus, girls' glee club, the junior high glee club, high school boy's glee club, the boys' octette and the mixed octette. The string ensemble furn- ished the instrumental music and a violin solo was played by Mr. Late Lunder. Pictured from left to right are: First row: Deloras Hoff, Vir- ginia Odson, Ruth Noyes, Rose Marie Cox, Wava Mickelson, Joyce Brandhagen, Frances Rudloff. Second row: LaVonne Menholt, Marian Anderson, Nina Everhart, Jean Steensland, Theola Severson, .lean Mitchell. Third row: Elva Hammerstrom, Elsie Aasheim, Owen Madden, Billy Haynes, Marynel Noteboom, Neva Zoe Hokenstad, Barbara Furubotten. Fourth row: Lois Kenison, Leonard Everhart, Allen Bergeson, Gerald Reade, Rose Marie Gorman. Fifth row: Margie Anderson, Beverly Payne, Derald Reade, Marlin Sletvold, Jack Dulaney, Elaine Groon. Living Pictures Portrayed .. ., ' i y Y' 'is' 4 F' 1 l A 1 The massed choruses sang "Jo to the World" as they marched out with their hghted candles. M. Tysland portrayed Mary, and D. Nelson took the part of Joseph, in the annual living pictures pro- gram held December l3. The angels were charac- terized by B. Burney, D. Oakland, and D. Renner. D. Stubsten, R. Johnson and L. Orstad represented the sheperds. C. Van Bockern, R. Habeger and M. Duerloo acted the parts of the wisemen. St. Bar- bara and St. Sextus were portrayed by B. Brurud and G. Severson, respectively. Eight pictures de- picting the Christmas story were presented by the above students. Pictured from left to right ore: First raw: L Bokkene, E. Rohlf, H. Helgerson, H. Mickelson, D. Ovre,.W. Harberts, J. Hammer, G. Holcomb, F. Ekle, D. Renner, Y. Barry. Second row: L. Stengel, B. Olson, M. Olson, B. Nelson, A. Oakland, L. Han- son, H. Gilmore, D. Schwartz, R. Schwartz, D. Bell, D. Ellis. Third row: E. Grinager, L. Marken, D. Ulrickson, L. Kauff- man, P. Peavy, A. Tuntland, R. Thorsen, L. Skelly, J. Ander- son, M. Torberson, D. Sundvold. Fourth row: R. Tresler, A. Tuntland, C. Jervik, A. Cherrington, E. Stearns, D. Marken, S. Habeger, L. lngebretson, B. Strand, R. Nelson, B. Hendrix. Filth row: R. Sorum, P. Gray, M. Matheson, l. Rolfsen, Z. Ekle, N. Fladmork, P. Scholten, l. Nelson, J. Truhe, R. Wil- kins. Sixth row: G. McVay, M. Noteboom, H. Ulriclnson, M. Bell, R. Stearns, S. Anderson, R. Molstad, R. Lein, R. Falde, R. Fossum, D. Juel. Seventh row: L. Skelly, J. Mickelson, W. Ambur, W. Aosheim, H. Jacobson, L. Gray, L. Schwartz, E. Gocman, S. Hanson, 0. Petterson. 'in fi GQ .,s,G6 On Thursday, October Il, Lenora Kearin and Willard Ambur were presented as the Canton High School royalty for 1945. As is traditional, the queen was installed by Sup- erintendent C. C. Jacobson, and the king by Principal W. R. Bryant. The school colors, blue and gold, were used during the coronation program. The entertainment dedicated to the queen centered around the theme of victory and peace. Following the program a bonfire and pep meeting were held. Kearin Ambur preside Lenora Kearin, Canton high school's homecoming queen for 1945, is pictured at the right with her six attendants. Reading from left to right they are: Eunice Thompson, Donna Ulrickson, Doro- thy Oakland, Miss Blue and Gold, Clara Jervik, Lois Kauffman, and Zona Ekle. The two crown bearers were Carol Hamil- ton and Gary Howard. mmm a ,jd f .T .1 X """""""'i, .. n"" , exvvfhffll ' ,WW X "" All X , A x 'X Canton high school's annual homecoming parade is shown at the left as it was proceeding through the business district of Canton. ln the lead is Willard Ambur, master of ceremonies, fol- lowed by Jean Steensland, left, and Marian Matheson, right. Fol- lowing them is the queen's float which precedes the band and majorettes. CHS Holds Annual Parade The cheerleaders led a snake dance to the theatre where the students were guests of the manager, Math Wuebben. Friday morning a pep assembly was held at which the queen presented the good luck charm to the team. In the afternoon, classes and organizations sponsored a parade. Prizes were given to the senior, Pep Club, and Scitamard floats, by the chosen iudges. After the parade, the Can- ton grid squad fought a losing battle against a strong Beresford eleven for the anuual homecoming game. To climax the homecoming festivities the all-high play was presented Friday night. 45710 'zfa N .I ' U24 lg? mi: K lt, . Canton from the air. . We love each other '. '. ? . Snoopy! . No wonder we can't win any football games! . Where is the water? . I wonder who won? . All alone? . You don't play tennis like that! . It was a tough game boys. . Gurgle, gurgle. Psa Dr. Lawrence, after receiving the Nobel prize in 1939. EJRT5 n 5 - Fill 'Q 5' 15 N awww- . 'jw 1 -M A, 4. - 1 ', Q- , 1-o. H , - . ,, . 1- .. . W , . , Hawks Have Tough Season Coach Darrell Boyd's crew of 36 grid athletes started a hopeful but rather doubtful football season with a traditional victory at Parker, I3-6. This victory, fourth in as many seasons against Parker, proved to be the only win of the season for the C- Hawks, who proceeded to be shut out in the next three contests. A few shifts in the lineup produced the first score in four games against Viborg. However, a 50-yard desperation pass by Viborg in the final minute changed a 7-2 lead to a heartbreaking 7-8 defeat for the Iuckless Hawks. At Rock Rapids it appeared as if Canton would finally enter the winning column. With the score knotted at 6-6 the Hawks were only 5 yards from paydirt when the game ended. One CHS gridster, Ross Roe, managed to hit the Big 6 all conference team as a tackle. Sidney Hanson was elected honorary captain of this year's eleven. Six Losses in Eight Starts Parker Hurley Hawarden Beresford Viborg Centerville Rock Rapids Vermillion Y l945-46 BAS K ET BALL 'Q S'- Cathedral Alcester Hudson Centerville Parker Hurley Beresford Vermillion Lennox Hawarden Parker Hudson Cathedral Beresford Viborg Rock Rapids Viborg Hawarden TH EY 40 23 I I 39 27 37 48 32 28 33 22 34 34 26 20 3I I6 49 TOURNAMENTS HARRISBURG INVITA- TIONAL WE THEY Brandon 32 27 Harrisburg 37 39 CANTON INVITATIONAL WE THEY Harrisburg 40 39 Viborg 48 28 Beresford 29 27 DISTRICT I9 "B" TOURNAMENT WE THEY Beresford 34 32 Lennox 34 31 Hurley 39 44 '61 nh f3lH'fl.C" sa District I9 Runners-up The Canton C-Hawks completed a successful season this year, winning I6 out of 27 games played. Starting off slow and ragged, the C-Hawks made combination was found. Midway in the season the C-Hawks got rolling after winning the Canton in- vitational tournament and being runners up in the Harrisburg invitational, then de- feating the strong Vermillion "A" team. The climax of the season was the District l9 tournament at Hurley. They defeated Beresford in the first game and Lennox in the semi-finals but lost to Hurley in the closely and evenly played game in the finals. The individual scoring honors for the first five are as follows, E. Goeman, Center 368 points, l3.6 average, R. Falde, forward l8l points, 6.7 average, Duerloo, guard, l55 points, 5.7 average, C. Buttz, guard 93 points, 3.4 average, J. Truhe, forward 88 points, 3.2 average. This year's co-captains were E. Goeman and R. Falde. ,... po-"M I '45 Track CANTON INVITATIONAL MEET lCANTONl lst Canton ,....,., ..-M ,,.,, ---,,,-p 8555 2nd Hawarden ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,-- 45 is 3rd Harrisburg M ,,,, ,,,,,., n ,, I7 4th Beresford .,...,,,,,,, mm, mm 14175 mi,:w we Q Sth Lennox .....,,,.,,,,.,,,.-,..,,,,,,,,, ,-,-,,, 1 0 - DUAL MEET lCANTONl --'O' 'sg " lst Canton ..,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,--,-, - ,,,,,,,,,, --F, 67 as ,f I ,JHQ During the track workout, which for some boys starts as soon as the weather per- mits, each boy trains for the events in which he will participate. One of the most important parts of that training is that a trackster is in good physcial condi- tion. To do this all athletes must do a great amount of running plus other calis- thenics. The picture at the right shows a few of those participating in track doing their laps during a session. Those in the picture are from left to right. Omar Petterson, Elliott Goeman, Sidney Hanson, Joseph Truhe, and Roxy Falde. 2nd South Dakota School for Deaf .... -- S8 CONFERENCE MEET KCANTOND lst Centerville ..,,,-,,,,,,-,,,-,,,, M ,,.,,,,., 57 2nd Canton ....,,,,, , ,,-,,--,, ,4,,,-. 5 4 3rd Parker ,.,,,.,,,-.., -,,, ,,,,,-,,,,,, - ,,,,,,- 22 4th Hurley .-,,. , ,,,,, ,, ,,,,-,,,,,,,, bm- ---- 20 Sth Beresford C,,,,,,-,,,,,.,,,,,--,,,-,,,,,,,-- REGIONAL MEET lSlOUX FALLS? lst Sioux Falls 2nd Vermillion 3rd Centerville 4th Canton '5 ,H f-,f l!3 U3 U3 U3 sg N fb High jumping, swimming, playing kitten- ball, volleyball, tennis and basketball are but a few of the innumerable sports in which the GAA members have partici- pated during the past year. Last fall they went on several bicycle hikes, played volley- ball and kittenball. When the weather would no longer permit outdoor play, they began swimming and playing basketball. The names of the teams and their captains that competed in the BB tourney are: Sen- iors, Jean Steensland, Yankees, Sally Anderson, Jumping Beans, Patricia Schol- ten, Nixies, Dorothy Marken, Shooting Stars, LaVonne Menholt, Jr. Hi. Hurri- canes, Delores Wolfe, Fireballs, Georgiana Haynes, and Canton Tigers, Geraldine Murray. FOUR CHEERLEADERS LEAD PEPSTERS 2 1 A r :li Striving to arouse the pep of the student body through a tough football season and a successful basketball season were the cheerleaders of CHS pictured above. They are from left to right: Roger Molstad, senior, Ruth Tresler, sophomore, lla Mae Nelson, junior, and Ardis Cherrington, junior, Roger Molstad is the only veteran in the group having been cheerleader two other years. Ardis Cherrington, lla Mae Nelson, and Ruth Tresler had had no previous experience in cheerleading prior to this year, These four have not only put out their efforts for home games but have attended many of the out-of-town games. Q m.,,,,4' Slightly Green Dignified Seniors Horse Sense ' 1 Betty Ah! Pheasant Dramatic Seniors 906 Plate The morning after! "Finally" CANTON THEATRE THE PEOPLES FAVORITE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Glves you the best and latest m motlan plctures E. D. NASH OWNER MATH WUEBBEN MANAGER FARMERS CO OPERATIVE Conaratulatlons students an OIL COMPANY takma the mltlatlve ta pub hsh a blah school annual One stop SSFVICS statlon JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT GUI' SCIVIITQS GTS YOUI' QCUT1 STUDEBAKER CARS AND TRUCKS PHILCO RADIOS AND REFRIGERATORS YOUR FARM SUPPLY STORE PhOl'le Canton S Dak Ph 255 C 3 5 h D k 1 'Cr YA'-T o - - Sweetman Bros. Implement Co. Compliments of the CANTON CREAMERY CO. 201 WEST FIFTH STREET Canton. South Dakota Phone 24-9 THE LAXSON PHARMACY WISHES TO THANK THE STUDENTS OF CANTON HIGH SCHOOL FOR THEIR FINE PATRONAGE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. Congratulations on your fine annual 0 Phone 12 Canton, South Dakota T H E L E W D O C A Great Place tor Good Food Phone 42 Canton, South Dakota Our bank ln your llfe Every year of your hfe we can be helpful to you for money and bankmg and da1ly lxvmg are all 1nterwoven SHVIHQ, for an educatxon or some worth wh1le purpose borrowmg to help some mem ber of the farmly to regam health or to meet other urgent needs financmg a home or somethmg to make It more llveable safe guardmg valuable possesslons these are just a few of the many ways you can call on us to be useful from t1me to t1me Farmers State Bank Phone 5 Canton South Dakota 'H - W - . . Y . 7 . - y - 7 y - . ll ll Y ,V . V-sis' 4:23. sri Slnce 1881 I Anderson and Sons Furnlture Phone 76 Canton S Dak The day lS comma when a new Fora wlll aleam ln y o u 1' dnveway Whlle the nelahhorhood aather to o and ah l But at day loerhap IS many months oft C E ANDERSON MOTOR SALES Phone 271 Canton South Dakota Coast to Coast Store Dealer for Leonard Refrugerators and Electrlc Stoves R C A Vlctor Radaos Idle Hour Washers and Ironers Coolerators Hardware Furnlture and Auto Supplies Sportlng Goods Houseware Phone 383 J Canton South Dakota VICK S HOTEL AND CAFE Vtckerman and Vxckerman owners That IS where you meet tnends 0 Phone 80 Canton 4'-cn h Dakota O I f"4 .3 . ll hi! II ll h . t I O I ' , C' 1 'J 1 So Keep Your Car Serving 1 I I 0 I I . V me I I lv 1-n - I FARMERS LUMBER AND SUPPLY successor to C. M. Youman Lumber Company Building Material Coal, Paints, Cement and Posts Phone 158 Canton. S. Dak. The gross farm income from poultry and eggs in the United States now totals over 32,000,000 annually. The people of this com- munity should be very proud of any part they had in such an important industry. The Fairmont Creamery Co. Buyers, Processers and Distributors of Poultry and Eggs Phone 260 Canton. South Dakota HOWELL VARIETY STORE Anything you want in the line of Kitchenware Toys Gifts and Greeting cards Here is where you will find the things to fill your daily needs Phone 90 Canton South Dakota B A U M A N N S CLOTHES Sl-IOP MEN S AND BOYS CLOTHING AND SHOES HEADQUARTERS FOR LITTLE BOYS CLOTHES Phone 240 Canton S D I 7 l 1 7 Y O , 7 Q . I c o I AMUNDSONS STORE General Merchandise Dry Goods Ready to Wear Groceries We Deliver Phone 86 Canton, South Dakota CORNER DRUG STORE SHAEFFER Pens The ideal gift for all occasions PHONE 75 CANTON, SOUTH DAKOTA CANTON HARDWARE Heating and Plumbing Frigidaire Refrigerators Maytag and Bendix Washers Phone 34 Canton, South Dakota ROSS CAFE When you feel that urge to eat out for a change - try us. How about al tempting steak supper? 0 Phone 439 Canton South Dakota STANDARD TANK WAGON SERVICE A complete line of Standard Oil Products Phone l8O or 271 Canton, S Dak K and K Company General Merchandtse THE MOST I-'OR YOUR MONEY Phone 303 Canton South Dakota GAMBLES The Friendly Store Coronado Washers Radios and Refrigerators Auto Parts BARTHOLOMEW INSURANCE All kinds of Insurance and Bonds , . . I pt...2aa.w cam. south Dakota Phone 96 Canton, S. Dak. SKYBERG CHEVROLET COMPANY Since l9l8 We Sell and Service Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Buick Automobiles Case Machinery For the finest in service For a square deal, see us Phone l5 Canton, South Dakota NOI D'S PHARMACY Prescnottons, School Suopltes, Palnts and Varnxshes Over GO years of dependable service PHONE 9 CANTON, SOUTH DAKOTA RUSSELL'S GROCERY Fresh Fruits and Meats Open Evenings We Deliver PHONE ll2 CANTON SOUTH DAKOTA Iohn W Tuthlll Lumber Building Material and Coal Eugene Jones Manager Phone Canton South Dakota FARMERS SUPPLY STORE To save tlme come here fust Canton South Dakota LINCOLN COUNTY FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY The P emurn that you pay IS spent Lncoln County unsure farm property and Cty hornes Paul M Lunfler Secretary Treasurer Canton South Dakota B E K K E S OUR OWN HARDWARE Phone 65 Canton S Dak PEDERSON PAINT SHOP Lowe Brothers Paints Imperial Wallpaper Schumacker Drapery and Glass Curtain Materials Phone 300 W Canton South Dakota . Co. D 1 16 . I . The company with its home office in Canton r I t in n " r K X U I We I o f , :ver P, Lornnwen, Preszoent 1 ' 1 1 C . ' . . 1 e Q T ' t In mi who ' Everythina in Music At Williams Piano Company Since 1887 Sioux Falls, South Dakota BROWN AND SAENGER Headquarters for all duplicating and Visual Education Supplies Sioux Falls. South Dakota FARMERS' CO-OP. CREAMERY and Locker Plant Phone 19 Canton S Dak COUNCIL OAK STORE Your friend at mealtime Complete line of Groceries Fruits and Meats PHONE 69 CANTON SOUTH DAKOTA STARK S MARKET NOW JACK S MARKET FOR QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES SEE ME SOMETIME PHONE 100W CANTON S DAK Palmatier Beauty Shop Your Patronage Is Apprecxated Phone 310 J Canton South Dakota 0 Compliments of I-I ci N RADIO SHOP HOT POINT APPLIAINCES Canton South Dakota AMENS BARBER SHOP Halrcuts Shaves Shampoos JACK AMEN PROP Under the Post Office Canton South Dakota . 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Canton High School - Backtrackin Yearbook (Canton, SD) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 22

1946, pg 22

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