Huron High School - Tiger Yearbook (Huron, SD)

 - Class of 1932

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'I' H li 'I' 1 G Ii R DEBATE TEAM The debate team completed a successful season, tak- ing part in some 40 debates. There were 26 decision debates, of which Huron won 18. A fitting climax was reached when Huron took second place in the state debate tournament at Vermillion. The people who took Huron to second place in the state were Robert Wagner, Roger Wagner, Frances Montank and Frances Humphrey. The Junior class team, consisting of Roger Wagner, Harold Writner, Frances Holcomb and Mabel Samp- son won the interclass debate championship. Other members of the squad in addition to those mentioned above were Jasper Moulton, Irving Axel- rad, Eleanor Ryden and Florence Montank. In declamatory work, too, Huron has had a vcry successful year. In the district tournament Huron re- ceived first place in dramatics and oratory and second place in humorous division. These awards placed Hu- ron Hrst in the district. In the divisional contest Huron was given First in oratory and third in dramatics and in the state contest the Huron speaker was again awarded first place. In the last three years this school has placed third, second and first, respectively, in the oratorical division of the state declamatory contest. l v if

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'I' H IC 'I' I G Ii R "A" CLUB Membership in the "A" Club is based entirely upon scholastic attainments. Any student who has made a grade of ninety or better in four subjects or eighty- five in the fifth becomes a member. For this year the membership has been forty-onc, of which the Class of 1932 has had fourteen. Seniors: Gwendolyn Bailey, Leata Burdick, Frederic Greene, Marjorie Hill, Frances Humphrey, Bruce Ke- telle, Lois Knight, Florence Losey, Frances Montank, Alice Munster, Brownell Sedam, Mary Starring, Clif- ford Thorsness, Robert Wagner. Juniors: Melvin Costain, Eugene Hollarbush, Thel- ma McRay, Edith Millett, James Miner, Norma Royer, Marjorie Shepherd, Floyd Ulrich, Roger Wagner. Sophomores: Irving Axelrad, Mary Beach, Ruth Fuller, Faith Haskell, Thelma Lundblad, Lura Mull- holm, Thomas Nelson, Mabel Pamp, Lenore Pederson, Mildred Peterson, Eleanor Ryden, Ruby Snedigar, Richard Stewart, Marshall Townsend, Ruth Van Zant, Churchill Wilcox. Officers during the year have been: President .......,...........Y..,....... Marjorie Hill Vice-President ..,... .... B ruce Ketelle Secretary-Treasurer -- -- James Miner President .......... ...... L ois Knight Vice-President ...... --- Mary Starring Secretary-Treasurer -- -- Roger Wagner up i I 4 T I R i l r I I l A t P E i i W



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i 'I' H If 'l' l G F R 1 1 BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT The biology department is composed of students studying biology. During the year occasional field trips are taken which are of interest to the particular topic being studied at that time. One of the interesting visits was to the dairy to study bacteria and their relation to milk as may be found in pasteurization. Another outstanding event of the year was the honor and privilege to celebrate the Washington Bi- centennial in behalf of the entire Senior High School by carrying out the Arbor day program in planting the Washington Bicentennial tree at the south end of the building. This American Elm tree is provided with an appropriate marker that will not interfere with growth and yet will be enlightening to students in fu- ture years.

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