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Page 25 text:
S ophomor e students,
Ethel Heinemann, Jon
Larscheid, Arliss West-
wick, Virginia Heine-
mann, Roger Wolles en-
joy a browsing period in
the library. The girls
have charge of dispens-
ing the books as well as
giving over-due slips
and collecting the fines.
Library time is always
a busy time.
Who's afraid of Latin with its verb forms? These
students look very alert as Jerome Klein dis-
cusses the third conjugation. Row 1: Theresa
Krier, Mary Ellen Doyle. Row Z: Arliss West-
'X,qk,'Virginia Heinemann, Genevieve Bunkers.
Page 24 text:
Whether they live on the farm or in town, com-
puting their income tax should offer no difficulties
to these boys after their course in commercial
arithmetic. Row 1: Ronald Schley, Gerald Huewe.
Row Z: Jon Larscheid, Stephen Schwebach, Stanley
Mary Ellen Anderson finds geometric difficulties
have a way of disappearing when she explains a
problem to her classmates. Seated: Theresa
Krier, Rose Burkard, Douglas Hiqvernon Van
"This is the American zone.
Here democracy ends and
communism begins." Herbert
Staudenmaier discusses with
Rose Burkard, left, and Gen-
evieve Bunkersiight, pivot-
al places in Europe. By the
time these students have com-
pleted their course in Modern
E-Iistory they will have some
understanding of the world
problems confronting the U.N.
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Creative writing is fun. After writing in-
formal essays, Kay Raines, Lois Tichota,
Mary Weelborg, Terry Hansen, Ronald Lam-
berty, and Carol Wuerth enjoy more fully the
efforts of others.
Freshman class officers, Terry Hansen
treasurer: Clarence Welbig, vice-president:
Tom Hansen, secretary: and Ronald Lamber-
ty, president, attempt to discover the scien-
tific principle involved in mechanical refrig-
"The child must be seen
whole and entire. He must
be seen as a citizen of two
worlds. He belongs to this
world surely, but the first
and last claim upon his alle-
giance is that registered by
God." Jane Fiegen, Lois
G 1- oo s, Anna Mae Allen,
Fern Ahlers, Donna Nyhus,
and Delores Fiegen read the
article of the Bishops of the
United States in 'Our Sunday
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