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Page 45 text:
Requirements of three "A's"
and one "B" were attained the
first semester by three Soph-
omores, Judy Anderson, Gene
Snook, Kathryn Olesen. One
Junior, Joy Saucerrncri, main-
tained the standard . Laurel
Merlcle, Christine Nemec,
and Maureen Gillaspie were
Senior Honor Students for the
FIRST ROW: Left to Right: C. Nemec, K. Olesen, M. Gillaspie, L. Merlcle. SECOND ROW J Saucerman G Snook J Anderson
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Maureen Gillaspie, and
Robert Abel were awarded the
American Legion Good Citizen-
ship School Awards . Scholas-
Honor, and Leadership were
the qualities upon which the
awards were based . These are
an annual presentation to two
tic ability, Courtesy, Courage,
members ofthe Senior Class .
Blame Dinsmore and Laurel Merkle represented Midland High
School at the annual sessions ofGirls' and Boys' State in June, i958
Laurel was also selected as the Haalcon CountyD.A.R. candidate. She
was required to write an essay entitled "What the Constitution Means
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The Badlands Conference Sweepstakes cup was won by five students
who represented MHS at the Typing Contest held at Quinn, April 23.
A first-place medal was received by Shirley Sammons and third by
Sonia Meyers in individual typing for first year students. Shirley Sammons
and Joy Saucerman were awarded second in team writings .
In second-year competition, Maureen Gillaspie placed third in
individual work . Margaret Flom and Maureen Gillaspie received second
place for the team.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Maureen Gillaspie, Margaret Flom, Sonia Meyers, Joy Saucerman,
Cfadj any recognized
tificate, S50 bond for winning essay, Journalism
award, and SDU certificate for ranking in the
upper TOCX: in state and first in MHS .
Laurel Merkle, salutatorian, fright, was given
a S25 bond cs second-place essay winner, Journalism
award, SDSC recognition certificate, and school
award for outstanding leadership during high school
Eight boys were awarded letters by Coach Ronald Marshall
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dick Coffey, Blaine Dinsmore, Bob Abel, Roy Hunt, Ted Hunt,
Tom Lammon, Leslie Foster, Larry Root.
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Judy Fosheim, Shirley Sammons, Patty Nemec and Jeannene Jarman earned . .
cheerleading letters .
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Maureen Gillaspie, valedictorian Cleft, re-
ceived the SDSC scholarship and recognition cer--
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FRONT ROW: Left to Right: L. Nemec, T . Hunt, D . Coffey, J . Nemec, P . Meyers, L. Larson. SEATED: C. Nemec, R. Hunt, B, Abel,-L,
Merlcle, Editor, B. Sheeley, Co-Editor, M. Foster, B. Dinsmore. STANDING: ROW THREE: J. Soucermon, K. Abel, E . Haddock, Advisor, A.
Illion, S. Samrnons, K. Wheeler, C. Snoolc, K . Bride, J. Jormcn,D . Root, S . Meyers, R. Dinsmore. ROW FOUR: C. Schofield, G . Wheeler,
P. Nernec, M. Schilling, T. Fosheim, K. Olesen, J . Fosheim, M. Gillespie, J . Anderson, G . Snook, S . Dennis, A. Nemec.
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FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Mrs. Prokop, Director, A. lllion, F. Hunt, A. Nemec, R. Dinsmore, J. Jarman, N . Jones, K. Bride. ROW TWO:
P. Nemec, G . Snoolc, S. Dennis, T. Fosheim, S . Meyers, K. Olesen, J. Fosheim, C. Schofield, L. Merlcle. ROW THREE: G . Wheeler, J.
Soucermon, M. Schilling, M. Gillespie, J . Anderson, B. Sheeley, S. Summons, M. Foster, C. Nemec.
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