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Page 49 text:
Mr. Macy Pruitt, Principal of Alton Senior
High School, timed his taking over the adminis-
trative reins of the high school three years ago
with the appearance of the present graduating
class at Alton High. No stranger to Alton High
was Mr. Pruitt, since he had served here in sev-
eral capacities before becoming Principal. But
since he was "new" as Principal and we were
"new" as students we feel some special bond' of
friendship with him. Mr. Pruitt has steered us
through the passage, and in doing so has been
most helpful and considerate.
In Mr. Pruitt we have always found a patient
and cheerful adviser who has given freely of his
time and abundant energy to any of us. In ar-
ranging class schedules and in cooperating with
us in the fullfillment of the needs of any individual
student Mr, Pruitt has been helpful. The three
"F's':: firmness, fairness, and fun are some of the
valuable contributions of Mr. Pruitt to the three
"R's" of education in Alton High.
MR. IAcKsoN, Miss TETER, AND MR. DAVIS
A. B., University of Missouri
M. A., University of Missouri
as other duties helpful to Mr. Pruitt.
Mr. Iackson and Miss Teter as deans
are primarily concerned with the check-
ing of attendance records as well as
meeting the problems of their respective
The delegation of duties among the
members of this staff is responsible in
a large measure for the smooth opera-
tion of the school. As Assistant Princi-
pal, Mr. Davis is responsible for the
assignment of students to classes as well
Page 48 text:
Left to right: C. R. Wright, Raymond Ready, B. lohnson, Superintendent:
E. M. Leamon, L. D. Norman.
It has been said that the age in which we are living is an age of specialization. There is
plenty of evidence at hand to support this contention and the administrative staff at Haskell
House is no exception. ln order to carrv out the many facets of his administrative duties Mr.
Iohnson is given able support by his assistants. Mr. Ready as Assistant in charge of Cur-
riculum brings to his position a wealth of educational training and experience. In his position
enriched educational program
is especially well qualified for
he has demonstrated his ability to achieve a widened and
Mr. Leamon, Assistant in charge of Buildings and Grounds.
his duties and has been very busy a result of the extended building program. Mr. Wright,
in charge of Vocational Education. has had many years of experience in this field' before
coming to Alton two years ago. When the F. A. Olin Vocational School opens next Septem-
ber he will be directly responsible for setting up the enlarged program in vocational subjects.
Mr, Norman, as Visiting Principal, has the responsibility of pupil attendance in the Alton
system and the enforcement of the school attendance laws.
Page 50 text:
History and Government
A.B., Shurtleff College
A,M., Wzishington U.
IOHN O. BRLINO
AB., Shurtleff College
A.IVI., University of Illinois
IAMES C, BANKS
B,S., Bradley University
IVI.S,, Bradley University
B.S.. Southwest Mo, State
A.M., University of Mo.
A,B., University of Illinois
A,lVI., University of Illinois
DORCAS L. CAMPBELL
A.B., Berea College
ROY E. BOLEY SHIRLEY BROWN
B. Ed, Eastern Ill. State Western as
IVI,A., Colo, State College
DOROTHY E. COLONIUS EDGAR A COOK
English, Speech English
Ph.B., Shurtleff College A B Syracuse University
M,A,, U. of Chicago
Ll. C. DAVIS
B.S., Millikin University
NLS., University of Illinois
IRENE V. DEGENHARDT
Pl1,B., University of Chicago
IVI.A., Coluinhia University
Wood Shop, Drawing
B,S., Western Illinois Stat Colleqc
GUY IVI. DUKER
B.S., in Mus. Ed., University of Illinois
A,IVI., University of Illinus
HOMER F. ELY
Office Occupations, Distrihutive Education
B.lVI.E.. Illinois Wesleyan University
IVI,S. in Ed., Illinois State Normal University
B.S. in Ed., Central Missoiiri Stitt College
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