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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.
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.
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Page 9 text:
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
he went to the University of South Dakota where he 'Tfsq K V
Electricians Mate lfc in the spring of l943. Most X f
of his service was given in the Pacific Theater. His
rank at the time of his discharge was Lieutenant,
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
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