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Page 37 text:
., Missouri Valley Col-
I.. Washington U.
ALTER W. WILLIS
ll. Southern Illinois
., University of Illinois
B.E.. Illinois Slate Normal
M.A., University of Illinois
B.S, in Ed., Illinois State
A.B., Shurtleff College
LEO M. WOOLS
A.B., Arkansas College
B.S., M.A., University
B.A., Washington Ll.
M.A.. Washington Ll.
B.A., Shurtleff College
M.A., University of Illinois
ROBERT B. WHITE
B.S.. University of Illinois
B.S., University of Illinois
Any day in the week the high
school office is one of the busiest places
in the school. In the mornings, teachers
check the bulletin boards and their mail
boxes, and students enter for one pur-
pose or another. All through the day
the office staff is engaged in serving
those who enter and in attending their
office duties to which they have been
assigned. We are grateful to them for
their cooperation and helpfulness.
Seated at desk in foreground. Mrs.
Loretta Edwards: Mrs. Doris Taylor at
typewriter: Mrs. Ruth Yindrak Starbuck
at mimeograph: Mrs. Dolores Roos at
Page 36 text:
LUTIIER L, MYERS LALIRETTA G. PAUL
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CHARLES B. STIIDLIEY
Physlcnl Eduunliun. Cuarhing
BS., Llmvcreitv of Illinois
IEVVELL IJ. SLI'I1IlERI.ANI3
B.A.. Shurtlrff College
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LEONA B. 'l'E'I"ER
Dean of Girls. General Science
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ELEANOR PERRY ELGIE POSEY
English Physical Educatlon, Coach-
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NLS., Llnivrrsltv of Illin
A.H.. Shurtlcff Coll:-gc
Page 38 text:
' STAFF OF
The successful operation of the hlgh school caf-
eteria is due in no small part to the efficient leader-
ship and supervision of Miss Mary Slidwell in coop-
eration with Miss lane Henry who is Director of
Home Economics and Lunch Service in the Alton
school system. Meal times may be irregular some-
times at our own homes - - but they are never so
in the high school cafeteria. The theatrical expres-
sion "The show must go on" may be paraphrased
"The lunch must go on!" Thanks to Miss Sidwell
and her corp of efficient assistants, the lunch schedule
is maintained and good food is provided five days
in the week.
This group of women is devoted to the task of preparing and serving lunch for the
students of both the East Iunior and Senior High Schools. Needless to say huge quantities
of food are prepared daily. Because of skillful management and organization the serving
d l'k clockwork and because the food is well-prepared and sold to the students
procee s 1 e -
and teachers at nominal cost the high school cafeteria has won the approval of all.
First Row: Mrs. Penrose, Mrs. Whittleman, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Kuhn, Mrs. Strader.
Second Row: Mrs. Cartwright, Mrs. Purcell, Mrs. Hock, Mrs. Bruck.
Third Row: Mrs. Hughson, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. D-evitz, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Ewing.
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