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Allen Lewis, Roofing 8: Sheet Metal Works
George V. Ayres, Inc.
Ben Franklin Store
Dr. J.J'. Berry
Black Hills Arnusement Company
Black Hills Laundry
Black Hills Mercantile Co.
Black Hills Novelty Co.
Black Hills Power 8: Light
Black Hills Wrecker Service
Black Hills Studios, Inc.
Butler Jewelry and Souvenir Shop
Kate Callahan, Your Jeweler
Deadwood Chamber of Commerce
Clark's Real Estate Company
A.A. Coburn, Insurance
Collins Music Service
J'.P. Croff at Company
Dakota Creamery, Lily Ice Cream
Dakota Typewriter Exchange
Daniels Floral Shop
Deadwood Motor Sales
Dick's Sinclair Service
DuPratt Motel 8: Service
Eddie's Sales k Service
Ellis Insurance Agency
F. 81 M. Bootery
Finola's Clothing Store
First National Bank of the Black Hills
Fish In Hunter Company
Dr. T.H. Fitzgibbon
Fountain Electric Service
Gaughen's Dairy I1 Shamrock
Grab It 'N Growl
Guy H. I-Iemrninger, Insurance
Hendrick Bolthoff Co.
Homestake Mining Co.
Dr. F.S. Howe
The Hub Clothing Store
K.W. Motor Co.
DSI 980 K.C.
Kersten's Drive In Cleaners
Carl H. Kubler, Insurance
Lampert Lumber Company
LeMar Motor Co.
Leo's Shoe Shop
Mapleway Bowling Lanes
Martin's Sinclair Service
Dr. J'.E. Mattox
Dr. N.E. Mattox
The Mint Cafe
Newell's Drug Store
The New York Store
Northwest Wood reserving Co.
Pa ker 8: ark Lawyers
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J'. . Penn
N k Kelley's Dairy
X e 's umb Co.
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Schultz's Refrigerated Lockers
warzwald Furniture Co.
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S earns 8: Shedd
rl Stoneberger, Lumber 8: Building
Q yside Grocery
cker Conoco Service
. Thorpe 8: Co.
T 'n City Motors
. W.P. Wasner
lks Funeral Home
doss' Furniture 81 Appliance Co.
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Y k Pontiac Co.
Guy F. Zarbough, M.D.
We wish to thank these sponsors for so generously supporting the annual.
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fditor-in-chief ......... bale' lllen
Putting out an a.n.nual, like most hurnan affairs, leaves many ideas on the scrap heap or undone.
There are "thank-yous" which might have been said, such as a thank you to Dick Schlax for his
generous contributions of photographs. There is, in the wake of copy, headlines, pictures, and
deadlines, a backwash of humor known only to staff members. My staff asked me to record some
of this if possible. A
In any trade there are terms which sound like the veriest gibberish to those on the outside.
Publications with its "bleeds," "b1urbs," "mast heads," and "families" is no different. In ad-
dition to such terms known throughout the trade, there are local terms arising from local con-
ditions. Here are some of them:
Panel--a given area in which the given pictures never fit.
Dictionary--a big book used for pressing pictures.
Gish--rubber cement, used for sticking pictures on to cardboard. What a mess.
An idea left undone for lack of research tirne, involved school history. Editor Dale A1len's father
told us that when he attended Deadwood High, the colors were black and gold instead of the orange
and black of today. Principal R.H. Krug commented that the name, "Bears," now used to describe
D.H.S. students and athletes, came into being when Coach Ploughman, in a chance remark in 1925
to a reporter, said his "Bears" would come through a now forgotten event. Perhaps in another
year we can ferret out some school history which would be of interest. We might include a pic-
ture of Deadwood High's first school band
of 1915. This picture was recently brought
to our attention by our present bandman, mlatdnt fdit0rA
Mr. Lavern Clark.
We hope you have enjoyed this annual.
In a year of extensive school construction,
in its beginning stages, we have tried also
to show something of the building program
involving lives. It is the sincere wish of
all who love teaching to build reasonable,
balanced, sane livesg to promote decency
in huxrnn relations: to provide young people
the tools with which to meet their problems
in the hope that by so doing they can and
will have happy lives. ,
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. Sylvia Kerry
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ldaliaor . . . . . . Qranklin Krainard
The Deadwood High School Bear Log is published an-
nually by students of the public high school of Dead-
wood, South Dakota. Membership is maintained in the
National Scholastic Press Association and in the South
Dakota High School Press Association.
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