Top row from left to right: Beanie Erway, Lawrence Brauckmiller,
Leo Alexander, Leslie Hoff,
Wm. Beck, Charles Twomey, Royal Herman, Lyle Doty, Harry
Kinart, Paul Vittitoe, Norval
Bottom row from left to right: Miss Rannells (Sponsor), Thomas McQueen, Donald
James McQueen, Marjorie Olinger, Doris Sigler, Ethel
Koenig, Allie Hansen.
The year began with an enrollment of twenty-one
members and has increased to twenty three, with five or six new members coming in and a
few going out. The class is quite proud of their literary programs, their last one being a
great improvement over the first, which shows their progress. At the first of the year
they were rather handicapped because it was their first year upstairs, and they had to get
acquainted with the rooms and the new teachers.
In their classes they have been carrying out some interesting
work. The Agriculture class is preparing a future garden. The Domestic Science girls are
sewing and the Manual Training boys have a good start on their work. Under Miss Wohlenberg
they are keeping a note book on Iowa and are taking great interest in it.
Those representing the class officers are: Leo Alexander,
president; Marjorie Olinger, secretary; Donald Dugdale, treasurer; Allie Hansen, reporter.
Those that were not present the day the pictures were taken are:
Jessie Hornbeck, Fred Lighten, Dale Sigler, Charles Suto, and Frederick Peterson.
Although at first they were afraid of the idea of the junior
High, they have found it to be much more fun to do school work that way, and would hate to
have to go back to the old way again; Our Domestic Science, Manual Training and
Agriculture classes alone make it more than worth while.