Yankton High School - Arickara Yearbook (Yankton, SD)

 - Class of 1938

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Drill Team Left to right:-Faye Spear, Jean Slemp, Aileen Norris, Thelma Hale, Ruth Graman, Mildred Luke, Mary Miley, Elsie Handy, sword bearer, Arline Lynch, flag bearer, Irene Keller, Maxine Howe, Lorraine Kaufman, Rita DeCamp, Amy Ruth Ellerman, Inez Larson, Bernadette Savage, Rosemary Pruitt, Ruth Walsh, Kathryn Rindels, Mabel Peterson, Lucille Lindgren, Dorothy Bunker, captain. CADETS DRILL NEW ROUTINES When the Yankton high school Drill team completed their season performing six new drills, spec- tators proclaimed their work outstanding, Must unusual were the Cheer Leader, Military and Flashlight drills. ln the latter drill each girl carried a lighted flashlight against her right shoulder in the darkened auditorium. To conclude their season, the cadets held a Military ball. Cheer Leaders Left to right:-Robert Pederson, Dorothy Smith, Ward Van Osdel, Lorraine Kaufman, Doreen Smith, Kenneth Canfield. PEP GROUP LEADS CHEERS With a "Yea team,'fight!" and "Fifteen for the Bucks!" Yankton's active cheer leaders draw enthusiastic yells from the student body for the moral support of the teams. Attired in red sweaters with a "Y" and megaphone emblem, at all foot- ball, basketball and pep rallies, they are important figures.

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lov I:-Mary Eloise Whited, Betty Cook, Fannie Barber, Lorine Bauer, Antoinette Goeden, Margery Schlegelmilch, Donna Bunker, Viola Pieper, Delores Huber, Virginia Johnson, Doris Whatlrng, Mary Banks, Dorothy Glanzman, luv 2:-Betty Jane Liewer, Bernice Keller, Beatrice Keller, Ruth Clemetson, Marjorie Halverson, Charlotte Clark, Phyllis Roney, La Vern! Muckey, Edith Anderson, Virginia Scroggin, Dolores Johnson, Emma Petersen, Beverley Fenske low 3:-Lyvonne Schroder, Bonnie Yungbluth, Vivian Means, Ruth Kinney, Jean Slum, Geraldine Drotzmon, Faye Bice, Fern Spear, Jeanette Maier, Marjorie Lefler, Laverda Gibson, Fern Kunde. ln 4:-Ann Livingston, Ruth Halverson, Ruby Brownson, Avis Curry, Ruth Rognon, Lorraine Gibson, Virginia Renner, Miss Vera Raschke, adviser, Patricia Tammen, Miss Edith Gamble, adviser, Rita DeCamp, Mildred Maier, Mary Rich. CHARM THEME FOR HOMEMAKERS The Homemaking club, completing its second year, has for its theme the development of charm and personality.-. A style review and a hairdressing demonstration were presented by local business people. The highlight of the year was the district banquet held here in April. BOOSTERS SPONSOR SHOW, EMBLENB Outstanding accomplishments of the Booster club's tenth year were sharing in the purchase of an all-school orthophonic, sponsoring of Arickora Day prizes and making of signs and goal posts for that day. The club also purchased new emblems for the six cheer leaders, spon- sored o magic show, and sent six boys to the Youth conference in Vermillion during Thanks- giving vacation. SKIT, ADDRESS, HIGHLIGHTS IN J.H.S, A skit on General Beadle's life was given by the Junior Historical society this year at the S. D. E, A. convention. This year's membership of 25 is the largest it has ever been. A trip to Wokonda to start o society there, enlargement of the museum, interviews with old timers around Yankton, a talk on Germany, were fea- tures of the year, concluded by the convention in Vermillion, April 29. low I:-left to right-Ruth Lathrop, Lois Harvey, Elizabeth Evans, Betty Lewis, Lois Boyles luv 2:-Robert Karolevitz, Elizabeth Hohf, Rolland Fribourghouse, Patricia Tammen, Austin Battin, Miss Bessie Burgi, adviser luv 3:-Donald Lippenberger, Jack Gagnon, Sheldon Adams, Robert Hohf, Jack Davidson, Virginia Renner. Seated:-left to right-Virginia Renner, Ann L ngston, Erma McKinnon, Katharine Hauger, Eleanor Lathrop, Alzoda Schlaefli, Mary Banks, Elsie l'l0f1d'l, Waller' Nielson. PfNl,M9'- tern, Lois Boyles, Thelma Hole, Betty Gamble, lnezwllarson, Dolores Diiger, Patricia Tammen, Beverley Fenske, Arthur Brooks, advisr, McKie Eastman, Norbert Vinatieri. Sfam!mg.- June Larson, Janice Fieseler, Kenneth Canfield, James Fitzgerald, Clifford Hicks



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T. ,H. S. Goes to cl Pcwt Prom Committee Left to right:-Kay Reamer, Norbert Vinatieri, Donald Lippenberger, Doreen Smith, James Fitz- gerald, Robert Toczek, sponsor, Robert Shoemaker, Ann Livingston, Virginia Renner, chairman, Lucy Bowyer, sponsor, Marjorie Miller, Jean Banks. Promenaders Visit Mother Goose Land The Queen of Hearts made some tarts, Little Bo Peep lost her sheep, Little Boy Blue blew his horn and the mouse ran up the clock at the outstanding event on the social calendar, the junior-senior Promenade. Approximately 2lO students and faculty members attended the Prom and were served by characters from the Mother Goose books in a setting of Mistress Mary's garden. Gumdrop butchers, bakers and candlestick makers filled the tub shaped nutcups and Mother Goose reigned with dignity on the covers of the programs. The ballroom was decorated with "silver bells and cockle shells" and a white picket fence surrounded the garden. Hand painted illustrations of various nursery rhymes decorated the place cards which were mounted on yellow borders. Glen Buhl's IO piece orchestra furnished music for dancing guests. Q aug Y 3 y 119 t .,. me w e 1 'A WL so -il-it ff RX I K , C Z 1 X - J ,JB -'ggi E l ll ll XZ? ,42j,,f,, GX X Y ffm, Aw 4 1 ff

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