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In e ch of us there is a little of the spirit of the builder. As grade school y gster
modeled fanciful shapes in clay. As high school students we have been called upon to
stagings for plays, to build settings for junior-senior prorns, and to build floats.
Perhaps in the moments when we permit ourselves to think seriously we try to build our
lives so that we can be useful and care for ourselves in the restless, changing world of to-
day and so, we hope, that we can fit the unknown world of tomorrow.
In building better lives for individuals we are building better life for the community, na-
tion, and world. All this building of "self" takes planning on the part of our board, admin-
istrators, and our teachers. Two of the larger and more obvious'of these plans for this year
are the building of a grade school annex and the construction fto begin soonj of an armory-
All in all one can see there is a lot of building in our lives, consequently our theme for
this year is a construction theme. We hope to review how we built in scholarship and in the
many "extras" such as sports, debate, declam, drama, music, and publications which make
a rich experience of school.
Back of all this design, this building, there must be two important forces, drive and mon-
ey: thus it is that we dedicate our annual to our parents, whose taxes make our education
possible and whose encouragement and direction are a mainstay of the drive necessary for
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H.S. Berger, Superintendent of Deadwood Pub-
lic Schools since 1928, received his B.S. de-
gree at Northeast Missouri State Teachers
College and his M.A. degree at the University
of Missouri. This year has been an unusually
busy one for Mr. Berger. In addition to his
regular duties, he has been supervising a Ina-
jor building program--the construction of a
grade school annex and an armory-auditoriurn.
'rx R.H. Krug, principal, came to Deadwood High
-X-NX School in 1925. Mr. Krug received his B.A.
degree at North Central College, Naperville,
Illinois, and his M.A. degree at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin. Mr. Krug handles school
problems with logic and a kindly sense of hu-
mor. In his leisure hours, he is an excellent
Miss Lola Kersten has been Secretary of Dead-
wood Public Schools since 1935, serving with
an efficiency which all appreciate. In summer-
time, Miss Kersten is an ardent golfer.
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