Clear Lake High School - Echo Yearbook (Clear Lake, WI)

 - Class of 1948

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Page 23 text:

"Fclucatiorv k s or its Object The. ormoitioh. Of CA-d-ra-cter 1st row: J. Peterson, V. Martin, E. Humpal, J. Pierson, R. Hallen, D. Dudczak, E. Monson, J. Rivard, B. Hiam, N. Beyl, D. Kennetz. 2nd row: L. Gale, I. Knoll, N. Peterson, C. Olson, D. Klein, A. Whitmer, S. Hall, D, Thompson, I, Paulson, V. Clark, D. Ohlin, C. Kuhn, V. Martin, Mr. Peterson. 3rd row: D. Cahow, L. Hovda, I. Paulson, D. Junkans, N. Swagger, E. Emerson, C. Thompson, B. Hanson, R. Jones, J. St. Ledger, D. Banks, D. Rosen, L. Pittman, A. Wilcox. This large tribe of braves and squaws began this fall with a population of forty-six, derived invariably from an old tribe of the year of nineteen hundred and forty-six. Big cheif Edith Monson has had a glorious reign. Jerry Rivard is next in line and Dorothy Dudczak has been their scribe. Their good medicine man has been E. 0. Peterson. Many braves Joined in with the C.L.H.S. Indian nation basketball, football, and baseball teams. Many of the tribe made good music with the rest of the nation and the scribe from this tribe operated the music box accompanying the Indian nation chorous and glee club. Biggest happiness in many rtioons was initiation "Pow wow" to which the whole nation was invited. OFFICERS Edith Dorothy Mr. Peterson J erry

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JUNIORS " Wie kavt bat -pa.itA.: we cannot know} Tor K .« w(e £je. is Thtnjs we. 5 1st. row: D. Anderson, E. DeBoer, B. Walberg, A. Frankson, J. Hanson, P. Weinberg, E. Newvllle, B. Hahn, D. Rothe. 2nd row: N. Johnson, J. Peterson, M. Brihn, A. Brlhn, W. Larson, C. Pittman, K. Wright, J. St. Ledger, J. Junkans, L. Hovda, M. Zurcher, Miss Hanson. 3rd row: M. Reed, A. Paulson, J. Soderberg, D. Nord, R. Erickson, J. Barney, B. Titel, D. Kruger, R. Brlhn, D. Soderberg, S. Strelf. 4th row: A. Monson, M. Koser, D. Stewert, D. Jones, K. Goodspeed, W. Shultz, 0. Olson, C. Jones. All abroad: This is the call we heard on Sept. 4. This fall when we set sail for our Junior Year in High School. We found our full crew consists of 40 very capable members. Our head Skipper is Miss Muriel Hanson and her captain is Bob Erick -son, Chief petty officer is John Barney, the Mate of the deck la Donna Anderson the paymaster is Duane Jones. We stopped for a splendid shore leave at Homecoming time when several of the crew took part in the football game and the band. We are looking forward to the next shore leaves which will be the Prom and the Junior-Senior Banquet. OFFICERS Duane, John, Bob, Donna, Miss Muriel Hanson.



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FRESHMEN TK.e aim if rea.cke L or not, riiKt grc T The life. 1st row: M. Stensvold, R. Minor, M. Johnson, A. Swanson, V. Peterson, D. Knoll, L. Nelson, B. Sempf, A. Newville. 2nd row: Mr. Knutson, J. Erickson, E. Knutson. D. Eggert, G. Newville, M. Johnson, J. Ohlln, B. Fouks, M. Lillie, N. Moe. 3rd row: L. Josephson, F. Soraerfeldt, C. Clark, D. Rundqulst, D. Tronrud, D. Wilcox, I. Gale, G. Buckner, R. Wright, 0. Budd, N. Muohle, Jj-th row: A. Breslln, B. Linden, M. Hlam, S. Klatt, J. Holcomb, R. Hammelman, P. Mara, R. Dietrich, E. Hlama. As the train started out there were forty passengers aboard for a four-year Journey. The passengers consisted of the officers, advisor, and the employees of the Freshmen Class. The group was lead by their advisor, Mr. Knutson and the class officers: Glorls Buckner, President; Beverly Linden, Vice President; Shirley Klatt, Secretary; and Aria Faye Breslln, Treasurer. Many of the employees are working In the field of Football Basketball, Chorus, Glee Club, and Band. We stopped off at Clear Lake and were unfortunately welcomed by the Sophomore of Clear Lake High School who proudly Initiated us. We hope to stop off at Clear Lake High School next to welcome the Freshmen of 19 8. OFFICERS Shirley Mr. Knutson Glorls Arlya Fae Beverly

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