Hill City Junior High School - Yearbook (Hill City, SD)

 - Class of 1985

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14 I Both fourth grade classes have been learning multiplication, division, along with learning addition and subtraction in higher numbers. Mr. Greer's fourth graders held the final election in his room with a confidential voting booth and numbered voters. The class made a calendar for the classroom, pictures of horns of plenty to hang from the ceiling, and pictures of Thanksgiving scenes to hang on the window. For Christmas they made pictures of Santa Clause and his reindeer, wreaths, and Christmas scenes of cities. Before they left for Christmas vacation, they had their annual Christmas party with homemade treats and the annual mov- ie. ln February, they exchanged Valen- tines cards and had a Valentine's day party. For Easter they had an egg hunt and had a big Easter party. At the end of the year they handed in their books, said good bye to their friends, and got prepared for the summer as they do every year. Q The Fourth Graders Continue Bintliff, Jason Buchan, Wade Daniel, Jerry Dixo, Tricia Dunn, Elizabeth Hoffman, Ry Kruse, Jessica Larson, Jason Layton, Dennis Mlelke, Ruth Olson, Jeff Floselles, Carmen Schrank, Nathan Storla, Shelly Swedlund, Slade f lg maj n -' V 1 ,A if :VY '1 1 iw, M A f wav' Tyler, Robin Van Loh, Flebel 4 15,4 . P' sf' fm J r- I' :af ' ,t:'ZW 1' Ext' vii M tr if f 2?51b'3Lfjgi5!2ii'ff , " , Q1-f "" Q , V , Q ...-v A ..., ' '1 ,gh 1 '-u,.l.iii3 " ft' - ' 'i 9,421 5 .1 ' ' aft 5 In ' ' j t gffqw , . My i fig 'fy Q L X , 5 f rf V9 f . t an 52 - 3 , , x , 5 ,, 2 ',, . 315:24 .Xi 'li . v 3, 3 L1 WJ 2 V , "l f f :Af '13 ,. ' 41' 1 4, ,Q '-, rj 4' S9 'Ti' 1 'Q' m --v-' ff' ,J W Q ' ' f 2 l l ,J 1 fTop Leftl Mr. Greer explains a math problem to his students tBottom Leftl The class smiles for the photographer. 5 rut

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