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Page 13 text:
JUNIOR HIGH ROOM
Top row: Left to right; Ervin Markwald; Ernest Siewert; Art
hur Lockwitz; Frank Krajacic; Austin Cupp; Ralph Kolberg;
Stanley Geipel; Bill Glade; Marshall Ott; Armondo Catania
Thomas Wach; and Marion Wagner.
Third rows Bob Glade; Bobby Kuball; Dale Baugher; Ralph Siew-
ert; Tony DaDan; Bert Klackle; Leon Mielke; Norman Ott;
Melvin Huebner; Walter Schultz; Richard Fritz; and Ray-
Second row; Mr. Helweg; Virginia Ott; Jeanne Mongrieg; Dorothy
Fiedler; Norma Siewert; Adeline Friesl; Val Jean Spindler
Barbara Misioh; Walter Huebner; Kenneth Fritz; Jimmy John-
son; and Eugene Bodjack.
Seated: Vervaine Kolberg; Frances Wickwire; Evelyn De Morrow
Peggy Katsulos; Dorothy Schoenfelder; Bonnie Griffendorf;
Eleanor Siewert; Betsy Schoenfelder; and Catherine Pallas
The Junior High sponsored two boys and one girls basket
ball team this year, and have taken an active part in the soft
ball leagues in this area.
Junior High girls this year participated in a Child Care
course sponsored by the State Board of Health.
An introductory course in typing is offered to the eighth
grade, being one of the few schools of this size to offer this.
Troops of B0y and Girl Scouts are sponsored by the school
with a membership of forty-six and twenty-two respectively.
The Boy Soouts won the highest area achievement award in
1937» and the Scoutmaster was chosen to represent this area at
The National Jamboree. The girls also rated at the top in this
area. The boys have a splendid drum and bugle corps of twenty-
Page 12 text:
Top row: Grover Mielke; Jordon Jung; Arthur Raab; Warren Schulz;
Joe Bodjack; Marilyn Griffendorf
Second row: Julia Zellco; Emna Fausak; Gordon Ottj Mr. Hughes;
Raymond Engler; Marguerite Lookwitz
Seated: Stella Albright; Helen Rothermel; Elaine Fuzak; Ruth
President: Marie Davis
Officers Vice-president: Grover Mielke
Sec. and Treas: Marilyn Griffendorf
Stella Albright "Pete"
Joe Bodjack "Polock"
Marie Davis "Davis"
Raymond Engler "Hauck"
Emma Fausak "Emma"
Elaine Fusak "E"
Marilyn Griffendorf "Chickie1
Jordon Jung "Star"
Marguerite Lookwitz "Maggie"
Grover Mielke "Chief"
Gordon Ott "Paul"
Helen Rothermel "Roth"
Ruth Rothermel "Chubbins"
Art Raab "Greenburg1
Warren Sehultz "Brownie
Julia Zelko "Ethopia"
Singing President ?
Fingernails Farmer’s Wife
Riding Bikes Movie Star
S. J. c. s. Dramatic Reader
Girls Fire Chief
Flirting Dare Devil
Page 14 text:
LATER ELEMENTARY ROOM
Top row: Raymond Skorupa; Emil Catania; Edwin Kuball; Dale Hauoh;
Donnie Bartz; George Katsulos; Johnny Engler; Virgil Davisj
Steve Misioh; John Kronos; Wilbur Skorupa
Third row: Gene Jorgensen; Molford Ott; Donald DeMorrow; Billy;
Siewert; Billy McLane; John Wagner; Floyd Bucko; Gino Da-
Dan; Bobby Ball
Seoond row; Stella Hoge; Eldonna Dehring; Jeanette Dehring; Lor-
raine Bednar; Jean Sounart; Lorraine Ott; Lois Kornow; Cha—
ratias Riley; Clarene Davis; Martha Zelko
Seated: Betty Wagner; Joan Kronos; Betty Markwald; Patty B0djack;
Irene Kuball; Delores Hauch; Shirley Riley; Jeanette Ott;
Gladys Mueller; Evelyn Klackle; Evelyn Wach
To stimulate interest in as well as to inform ohildren of
present day news "My Weekly Reader," a paper published weekly
in elementary reading grade levels is used in these grades as
supplementary reading. Correlated with this are projects in so-
ience. Speed, and comprehension tests are frequently included.
Reading for pleasure is encouraged by the supply of books in the
library, to be used at any leisure time.
The boys and girls are old enough in these grades to join
the Girls’ and Boys’ L|H Clubs and Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Girl
Scouts. There are several members of each organization in this
Musio under the direction of Mrs. Myers, is taught on Mon-
day and Thursday. This includes learning the syllables, spaces,
lines and reading notes as well as learning by rote songs approp-
riate to the season or day.
Several children from this group belong to the orchestra
and have their regular practise periods with Mr. Null.
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