This was the morning class:
The afternoon class did not appear in the recent issue of the paper but they did appear in the original 1987 issue, also identified as the Sutton Class of 2000.
|Front row, l to r: Michael Stuhmer, Jason Lorenzen, Brandon Scheidemann, Amy Griess, T. J. Jones, Scott Ulmer.|
Middle Row: Mike Kleinschmit, James Majors, Amanda Leininger, Joe Waddell, Jaana Eckhardt, Lyndsay Miller.
Back Row: Kiley Domeier, Jennifer Grothe, Jamie Smith, Angela Majors, Tiffany Stahl, Taylor Pope, Jessica Moody.
|Front row, l to r: Angela Huber, Anna Hultine, katie Sheridan, Lisa Hofmann, Brian Zimlich.|
Middle row: Jed Sharkey, Nicky Brown, Carisa Ramsey, Danielle Stevens, Danielle Nuss, Antonio Hemsath.
Back row: Kelly Jasnoch, Sandy Gowen, Ben Kauk, Amelia Nuss, Michael Dennis, Aaron Plettner.
Heather McCann was not pictured.
|Six of the active young people in and around Sutton about 1900: Carl Spielman, Ada Gray, |
Homer Gray, Irene Honey, Albert (A.W.) Clark and Mayme Wieden.
|The Wolfe School District #55, a part of the Sutton Museum and fully furnished with desks, piano,|
pot-belly stove and an assortment of period grade school textbooks.
|A custard that looked and tasted much like the kuchen we are used to|
in Sutton , Nebraska purchased in the main train station in Zurich, Switzerland
|This is an item called "German Pastry" at a Chinese bakery in San Francisco.|
It looks and tastes a whole lot like a plain kuchen from the Sutton Bakery.
|The Chinese Bakery that features a German Pastry, or kuchen - who'd a thought?|
|News item in the September 26, 1912 edition of the Sutton Register|
|Ad from the Sutton News newspaper September 27, 1912.|