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Page 9 text:
In 1928, Harry S. Berger came
to the Deadwood Public School and
assumed the post of superintendent,
a position which he has held since
that tirne. In the position of superin-
tendent, Mr. Berger administers to
and directs the school as a whole.
He received his B.S. degree from
Northeast Missouri State Teachers'
College in Kirksville, Missouri and
his M.A. degree from the University
of Missouri in Colurnbia. He completed
his graduate work at the University of
Colorado in Boulder.
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Robert H. Krug, principal of the Dead-
wood High School, came here in 1925. For
two years after his arrival, he was the sci-
ence and mathematics instructor in the high
school and in 1927, he was given the high-
school principalship. Since 1927, he has
worked steadily at the job of raising the
ethical standards of the students as well
as improving their scholastic standards.
He received his B.A. degree from North
Central College in Naperville, Illinois and
then went on to obtain his M. A. degree
from the University of Wisconsin.
Page 8 text:
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TWELVE YEAR STUDENTS: First row, left to right: Patsy Steinlicht, Julia Clark, Helen Pon-
tius, Arlene Jacobson. Second row: Roana Merritt, Dave Roesler, Dave Curtis. Third row:
Cal Minard, Charles Sederstrom, Adam Hudson. Fourth row: Mr. Krug and Mr. Berger, both
of whom have been with these students through their entire course of study.
Page 10 text:
The Student Council is a true replica in minia-
ture of the all-school governing body, the School
Board. Presided over this year by president, Judy
Cartner, the Council has accomplished several
goals which will be of lasting interest to the school
as a whole.
Perhaps the mo st important action taken by
the Council this year was the decision to set up
a memorial for the late Mr. Ray Holst who died
suddenly in the early part of the month of Janu-
ary, l959. Their drive for funds was a true suc-
cess in every sense, and their goal of an annu-
ally awarded math trophy to the highest ranking
math student in the high school is rapidly materi-
Again this year, the Council presented the
Cr le of Ethics to the students for their consider-
ation and approval.
Aiding Judy Cartner this year in the adminis-
tration of the Council were Steve Sibell, vice-
president, Randy Latimer, Secretary, and Mr.
Robert Krug, advisor.
Student Council Officers
School Foliciu dre fn terpreteol 69 Student Council
Student Council: Back row, left to right: Helen Pontius, Sharon Cooper, Ronald
Dyvig, Randy Latimer, Mary Alice Stangle, Mr. Robert Krug, Advisor. Front
row, seated, left to right: JoEllen Stangle, Steve Sibell, Judy Cartner.
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