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' MR. E. E.. HAKE, or "Prof.", tc-ok over the A. C. H. S. front office in the fall ot
this year. Mr. Hake's home town is Nashville, Illinois. He received his B. A. from
McKendree and his M. A. from University of Illinois. He also attended Teachers'
college at Carbondale and Indiana University. "Prof." teaches Biology and Govern-
ment. His hobby is photography and he hates to be interrupted
F. L. REED, or "Coach" as he is known by us, has been with us since 1928. His
home town is Galesburg. Mr. Reed attended Lombard in Galesburg, University of
Illinois, University of Iowa and Western State Teachers' College. He has a B. A.
degree. Coach teaches U. S. History, Social study courses and is our Athletic coach.
His birthday is June 14. He tells us that his ambition is "to influence young people to
be good" and his pet peeve is shopping.
MISS MARY GILLHAM has been with us since the fall of 1939. She teaches Junior
and Senior English, Latin and Speech. Miss Gillham directs two class plays each
year besides a host of other activities. Her home town is Princeton, Illinois and she
attended Monmouth College., She has a B. A. degree. Her birthday is March 1. Miss
Gillham says her pet peeve is her own procrastination.
MISS MARGARET SULLIVAN came from her home town, Freeport,in the fall of
this year. She teaches all the courses in Mathematics and is teacher of girls' gym.
Miss Sullivan attended Clarke College and has a B. A. degree Her birthday is Sept.
24. Her weaknesses are eating and painful feet..
MISS JANET MADE-R, our commercial teacher, is concluding her' first year here.
Her home town is Waverly, Illinois. She attended the University of Illinois and has
her B. S. degree. Miss Mader's birthday is October 12. We hear that she enjoys play-
ing social games just before retiring.
MRS. HAKE came to A.C..H. S. in the fall of this year. Her home town is West
Frankfort, Illinois and her birthday is December 17. Mrs. Hake attended McKendree
College and has her B. A. degree. This year she teaches History and Science. Her pet
peeve is chewing gum.
MR. OREN SWOPE, our Ag teacher, has been with us since 1934. He attended
University of Illinois, Charleston Teachers' College, Washington University at St.
Louis and Ft. Collins in Colorado. His home town is Anapolis, Indiana and his birth-
day is June 7. Mr. Swope says that his weakness is admiring new automobiles and he
likes to make things attractive and orderly.
MISS MARY ROGERS is now head of the music department. Shevisfa graduate of
Monmouth College, receiving her A. B. degree there. Her home town is Des Moines,
Iowa. She studied at Drake Universtiy in Des Moines, also. Miss Rogers tells us that
her pet peeve is slamming doors.
MISS GWENDOLYN SPRING took Mr. Nelson's place in the music department in
October. She left us in March of this year when she planned to enter the bonds ot
MR. HOWARD NELSON was with us from the fall of 1939 until Uncle Sam took
him in September 1942. He, during his three years here, organized and saw the A.
C. H. S. band reach its peak of progress. Mr. Nelson is now stationed in Madison, Wis.
MRS. E. R. WATSON, first known to us as Miss Margaret Holscher, came to A.
C. H. S. in the of 1942. Her home town is Aledcv. She attended Western State Teach-
ers' College at Macomb and University of Colorado. She has her B. A. degree, Mrs.
Watson has charge of the Home Economics department Her pet peeve is the person
who closes windowsg
MRS. JOE HEASLEY, first known to us as Maribelle Patterson, took the po-
sition of secretary here at A. C. H. S. in 1932. Everyone knew Ma.ribelle's smile and
we were all reluctant to sec her leave when in February, 1943 she went to Michigan
to live with her husband, Sgt. Joseph Heasley.
MISS GWENDOLYN McKELVIE, or "Gwennie", is a graduate of the class of 1942.
She took over the secretarial position when Mrs. Heasley left. "Gwennie" has taken
over with great efficiency and she is already well liked by all studnts of A. C. H. S.
She tells us her pet peeve is to hear people pop gum and she doesn't like braggarts.
MISS VIVIAN SHELDON is serving her first year with us. She' isa graduate of
Monmouth College and has a B. A. degree. Her home town is Monmouth and her
birthday is April 24. Sne teaches Freshman and Sophomore English. Her pet peeve is
people who use the magazines in study hall for the wrong purposes..
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