Huron High School - Tiger Yearbook (Huron, SD)

 - Class of 1937

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Snmewhere in A111514 Bazooka Trio. Dressed for Comfort. Bliss and "Horaee". End of the Day. O. D. ai. 7 No Blue Slip? At Home. Deke and Mike. Exercising. Looming in the Glum Me and Tippy 13. The Mystery of the Briefcase.

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As We Know Them After instructing five classes a day in such a things as x plus x, Vera Bailey finds timehto sponsor the G. A. A. and the P'ep Clubs. thriving 'organizations tat least they sound like 1tJ. Future secretaries learn their Gregg from Laura Briscoe, who oftimes goes to University of Iowa in the summers to work toward her Master's Degree. As a side-line to knowing all about Caesar's Gallic wars and the Commerce and Industry of our mod-ern world, Wilma Bliss sponsors the Latin Club, the Girl Reserves, and drives "Horace" at fifty per. And did you know tsecrcth that Dona Brown, who nowadays instructs people about how to keep books and sell things, was once chosen as Huron High School's most representative student? All such things as choruses and operettas come under Helen Buchanan's baton-likewise the Treble Clef and Troubadour Clubs which sing special little numbers for special occasions. Among Kathleen Cone's interests we would say that History is the first in rank, with in- spiring aspiring journalists as a close second. Besides, she sponsored our school's new Dance Club this year. We suggest forcing Catherine Crossman to go on a 40 hour week, 'cause if she isn't painting scenery of an evening or weekend, 'you're sure to find her making fish or sea weed for the Junior Prom. Art classes are a mere beginning to her, but even then she gets time somehow to sponsor the Juniors. If you see Mike, you'll probably see his master. George Deklotz, close behind. When not playing with his dog, "Deke," teaches Seniors all about Economics and then hies himself out to coach football, basketball, or track. And bythe way, we don't want to brag, but you've heard, of course, of our championshiptdam this year and last? Deke also sponsors the Junior Class. We learn the history of our country from Marie Grimes. She sponsors the Annual and the A Club too. Listening all day to the clicking of the typewriters stands Oswald Hager. His latest accom- plishment is his entry into a famed Bazooka trio. Musical talent right in our midst! All Juniors learn about their country's literature from Dana Harlowe, and some folk learn Spanish. On the side, Miss Harlowe sponsors such things as the Tiger Cm-ember how it got the State Award for the best High School publication for 1935-3673, Spanish Club, and Quill and Scroll. During a sojourn in Florida, Kathleen Jarard learned how to be healthy and she teaches it now to Senior girls, in addition to giving instructions in French and English literature, and sponsoring the French Club, Utopia Club, and Student Council. If you're at all talented in tooting a horn or rat-a-tat-tatting a drum, you belong in Chris- tian Kapphal'm's department. While he's new this year, he has certainly made the Band, Orchestra, and Dance Band prominent organizations. Newest among our faculty members is Wava Larsen. who spends her days teaching a variety of Social Sciences and her spare moments tin school, that ish with the Sophomore girls "Poise and Personality" Clubs. Sophomore classes study their grammar and literature under Claire Murphy. tlrish, maybe?D She's grand on committees too. Doc Reutter leads the way to fame for many an orator and debater, and in between inter- school contests he manages to instruct all of us in how to give after-dinner speeches, etc. We do hear tell that he graduated from a college called Carl-etong wherever that is. Seniors also have him for a Sponsor. In case you get a whiff of sulphur dioxide gas some day. you may be sure it comes from one of the Labs over which Ralph Roy presides. For recreation CD outside of Lab hours, he runs business affairs for the Tiger and Annual. Up in the Library we can find Miss Elsie Reed, who has at her finger tips all kinds of knowledge. Those who wish to learn more of Library work are in her Library Club. For those who want to learn about appreciating music or using verbs correctly, Vivian Ruhlman conducts classes. Must be fun to learn about rhythms and swings. Bugs, birds, and beasts, are specialties with A. D. Shepersky, and we hear that his Lab contains curious things galore. Likewise he sponsors Taxidermy Club and the Senior Class. Our constitution is the field of Frances Tait, and if you don't care for class work, listen to "Let Freedom Ring," which is her motto. New Intra-Mural coach this year is Pere Washabaugh, but as if that's not enough of a job, he teaches History, Hygiene, Bookkeeping, or Sociology with the greatest of ease and then sponsors the Sophomore Class. "The P1ay's the Thing," says Ruth Wilcox, as she coaches Tiger Plays and later Junior and Senior Class plays. American History and Dramatics classes are sidelines to her interest in murder mysteries and such like. And just in case you've never heard, did you know that instructors Bliss, Brown, Cone, Larsen, Tait, and Washabaugh were all graduates of our High School?



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