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Page 28 text:
M STron.] MA hooeL Crowrvi»v.g
1st row: I. Paulson, N. 8wager, 0, Olson, D. Llchtenberg, D.
Klatt, D. Jones, L. Erickson, M. Reed, D. Stewart. 2nd row: A. Monson, 0. Gilbert son, E. Emerson, G. Soderbeig, I Emerson, M. Hedlund, C. Thompson, Coach Dunham. 3rd row: 0. Anderson, D. Nord
The "C" Club has twenty-two members. The officers are: Doug Klatt, President; Duane Jones, Treasurer; and Dick Llchtenberg,
Secretary. The club again awarded school sweaters to six graduating seniors—an annual function.
Another feature of the year was the sponsoring of a danoe.
The members are also planning to sponsor a talent program this spring.
This year marks the third year of the operation of the Student Council which Is representative of the student body. The problems of the school and students are dlsoussed and methods of solution are attained. It provides opportunities for students, classes, and organisations to present any problems they may have to their representatives on the oouncil. The officers of the Student Council are: President—Leslie Newvllle; Vloe-Presldent-
Myrl Reed; and Secretary-Treasurer-Dorothy Dudozak.
1st row: E. Monson, M. Reed, L. Newvllle, D.
Dudczak, D. Llchtenberg. 2nd row: G. Buckner, A. Monson, M. Hedlund, Mr. Lundberg.
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1st row: M. Brlhn, G Clark, M. Zurcher, S. Strelf, M. Frank, A.
Wlllert, E. Monson, J. Pelrson, E. Humpal. 2nd row: B. Hahn, 0. Rothe, C. Olson, P. Wlenberg, J, Junkane, E. DeBoer, A. M.
Swanson, A, Newville, C. Kuhn, V. Martin, L. Gale, O'. Buckner, M. Lillie, Mrs. Patapoff. 3rd row: I. dale, M. Stensvold, B. Fouks
L.B. Johnson, D. Thompson, E. Newville, V. Matter, L. Nelson, M. Johnson, K. Lillie, B. Ostenson, N. Moe, M. Shafer. 4th row: B. Walberg, I. Paulson, R. Hallen, N. Beyl, D. Dudczak, J. Peterson, D. Kennetz, J. Erickson, F. Jones.
The Clear Lake Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America Is composed of 43 members who are taking Home Economics this year. The chief purpose of this organization is to promote an appreciation of homemaking and to establish a spirit of international good will. Field trips, parties, and educational programs are some of the social activities that fill the school year. The officers are: President-Marilyn Frank; Vice President-Edith Monson; Secretary-Margaret Zurcher; Treasurer-Arllss
Wlllert; Historian-Shirley Strelf.
Seated: Margaret, Edith, Marilyn, Arllss Standing: Ginger, Shirley, Mrs. Patapoff
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1st row: K. Goodspeed, L. Hovda, A. Frankson, I. Myrdal, A. Brihn, B. Bannink. 2nd row: M. Brlhn, M. Zurcher, N. Beyl,
D. Dudczak, J. Hanson, D. Anderson, P. Weinberg, B. Tltel, R. Nordahl, J. Peterson. 3rd row: B. Walberg, R. Hallen, J. Junkans
E. Hurapal, J. Pierson, V. Clark, D. Kennetz, J. Erickson, B.
Hlam, F. Jones. 4th row: A. Monson, G. Gilbertson, 3. Strlef,
M. Frank, A. Wlllert, M. Hedlund, A. Newville, V. Martin, V. Martin, E. Monson, S. Hall. 5th row: 0. Lien, 0. Anderson,
L. Emerson, D. Klatt, D. Liohtenberg, L. Erickson, D. Jones, D. Nord.
The Pep Club this year Is made up of 45 efficient members who have cheered their fellow athletes through a good season.
The Pep Club furnished a sweel homecoming float and their fine support of the team with the band, had a great deal to do with holding the league winners, Chetek, to a scoreless tie.
The outstanding attraction featured by the Pep Club was the snake dance on the eve of the Homecoming that proved to be a great success.
Officers for the Pep Club are:
Secretary........... . . . . . .Edith Monson
Treasurer. •••••••••• .Donna Anderson
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