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Page 13 text:
Approximately 120 seniors now enter the out-
side world and become active citizens in this United
Going back through their history-they entered
high school and elected as their officers Harold
Mayer, Robert Bicknell and Ferne Spear as fresh-
men officers. They were under advisers Miss Verna
Emanuel and Miss Rachel Fundingsland.
History repeats itself, for as they became
sophomores they again elected Harold Mayer their
president and Wayne Livingston and Ralph Boone
other oificers, with Miss Ada De Boos and Miss
Harriett A. Jenney as advisers. At the beginning of
the year they sponsored a Hobo party. They partici-
pated in extra-curricular activities.
Time marches ong they were juniors sponsoring
the prom, the Junior Play, "Spring Fever," holding
important roles in speech, journalism, athletics and
music. They elected as their officers Ernest Peschl,
Bill Tschetter, Wilma Dennis and john Banks.
Now in their crowning glory as seniors, they
stand on the brink of their career. They have as
their motto-"For age and want, save while you
may: no morning sun lasts the whole day."
Besides sponsoring the Senior Play, "What a
Life," they were active in athletics, speech, journal-
ism and clubs.
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Page 12 text:
WE, THE PEOPLE
There're short ones, tall ones, slim ones and stout
ones among the 572 different personalities who attend this
American institution of democracy for moments of work
and play. So now, the Annual Staff devotes a section to
WE THE PEOPLE, to the seniors and the underclass-
Clean-up drives, an iron-lung campaign, Arickara fes
tivity plans and study hall government were accomplished
by the Student Council which has representatives from
each homeroom who meet every Tuesday morning with
Prin. R. E. Nichol to discuss problems and plans.
Bill Tschetter presided over the group the first
semester and Kenneth Brimmer the final semester.
Row 1: ffront to backj Renae Quinnell, Ferne Spear, Rosemary Dilger, Florence Moses, Joyce Rahn, Virginia Scroggin,
Row 2: Margy Schllegelmilch, Wilma Dennis, Dorothy Metz, Ernest Peschl, jane Donohoe, Eugene Mayer.
Row 3: Ralph E. Nichol fadviserl, Dorothy Glanzman, Virginia Nielsen, Jo Ellen Margolin, Donald Mahan, George
Mielenz, Rolland Mondini.
Row 4: Lois Wiese, Arthur Ferdinand, Bill Lynch, Buddy Seablom, james Onstott, John Nadenicek, Dale Picking, Ernest
Row 5: Kenneth Brimmer, John Banks, Wayne Livingston, Delmar Nelson, Melvin Harding, Keith Pfeiferle.
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EDITH "Butchie" ANDERSON
SENIORS f' ow-2 "
Activities: G.A.A. 3, 4: Homemak- JOHN "Johnny" BANKS LUVERNE "Snoz' BEVERS
ing Club "jocular" "Steady"
Hobbies: sewing and roller-skating Activities: Band 3, 4g Orchestra 3, Activities: Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3.9
Mixed Chorus 3: Student Council
3: Arickara Staff 43 "What a
Life"g Little Brown Jug Trio
Hobbies: aviation, music Q
Social Chairman: Prom Committee - ,
4: Mixed Chorus 35 Student
Council 3, 4: Arickara Staff 4:
Booster Club 3, 45 Football Mana-
ger 4g Track 3, 4: Junior Class
WILMA BAGGS NORMA JEAN "Nornie" BARTOW ROB'EflT"Bu ' KNELL
"Possessed" "Sincere" "jovial"
Activities: Band 4: Orchestra
Boys' Glee Club 33 Stude
Council 3: Forensic Club 3, 1
"Spring Fever": "Daddy Lol
Hobbies: old cars,
Activities: Band 3, 4: Orchestra 3,
4: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 3,
4: G.A.A. 3: junior Historical
Society 3, 4: Woodwind Quintette
3: Prom Committee 3
'- 'N'NETH "Dogie" BRIMMER
JAMES "Jim" BINDER JOHN BRADY
"Resolute" Hlndependent' "Adventurous"
Activities: Boys' Y Club 3, 43 Other schools: Cl t.-1 1 Activities: Student Council 3, 4:
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"Unchangeable" "Loquacious" "Demure"
Activities: Band 3, 4g Orchestra 4: Activities: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Arie- Activities: Band 3: Mixed Cho
Physics Club 3, "Spring Fever": kara Stal? 4: Woksape Stal? 3, 4: 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 3,
"Daddy Long Legs" Forensic Club 3, 4: Junior His- Forensic Club 45 G.A.A.
Hobby: roller-skating torical Society 33 Quill and Scroll "Spring Fever": "What a Lif
3, 4: "Spring Fever"g Prom Com- junior Historical 3
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Hobbies: dancing, roller-skating ence, sewing
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