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Kenneth L. Goding, Chemistry, Physics. Mr. Goding has the unique task of
preventing explosions and other calamities. We certainly were thrilled during his
play in assembly.
Irene E. Hale, Head of Commercial Department. Miss Hale has proved a
painstaking instructor. The boys try to jolly her, but do they succeed?
Emil E. Keiler, Manual Training. Mr. Keiler has a knack of making boys of
all ages enthusiastic about handicraft.
Stacey A. Krasnecki, Science, Household Arts. We consider Miss Krasnecki a
model chaperone. She has helped make our parties jolly by her presence.
Donald S. Lacroix, Biology, General Science. We like Mr. Lacroix because
instead of being a dignified teacher, he is a friendly, sociable advisor.
Burnham L. Paige, Mathematics. We enjoy Mr. Paige's classes because of his
ability to make work interesting. The boys find him a jolly companion.
Anne K. Pewatka, Clerk. Miss Pewatka's knowledge of office work has aided
Mr. Haskins considerably this year. It surely takes a cool head to direct the flood
that pours into the office after school.
Edith L. Pinnick, Physical Education for Girls. Miss Pinnickls year was cut
short by an unforeseen illness. We extend to her our sincere hopes for her com-
M. Donald Plummer, Head of Arts Department. In teaching us to appre-
ciate the fine art of drawing, Mr. Plummer has made room 21 into an interesting
Lillian M. Prendergast, Latin, French, History. Teaching French and Latin
to young people is no easy task. Yet Miss Prendergast is a real friend of her students.
Arthur G. Pyle, English. Mr. Pyle has shown us that he is very efficient in
various activities. Tennis, hockey, debating and Hi-Y work are his hobbies.
Harry C. Swift, Mathematics. No matter how busy he is, Mr. Swift can
always take a few minutes to help us out of our numerous difficulties.
Dorothy E. Ricker, Latin. hfiss Ricker coached the Senior Class Play so well
that the cast fully expects to be playing on Broadway soon. L
Marc Tarlow, Head of Music Department. We want to congratulate Mr.
Tarlow for making us sing the school song in the way it should be sung. We'll
recommend him as a gym teacher, too.
Bertha S. Wickman, Commercial Subjects. If you can get away with anything
in Miss Wickmanas classes, we congratulate you. Yet outside of school we know
she's lots of fun.
George E. Williams, Physical Education for Boys. Mr. Williams combines
good sportsmanship with good playing in a manner that wins ball games.
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Ralph W. Haskins, Principal and Head of Mathematics Department. The
school unanimously Wishes to congratulate Mr. Haskins for the splendid and effi-
cient Way in Which he has managed the school during the past year.
Hilda M. Allen, Household Arts. No teacher's skill is more Widely appreciated
than Miss Allen's. For it is she Who feeds us hungry students.
Lucile F. Baker, Head of English Department. Miss Baker has been one of
our most loyal supporters in every Way. No one has been more Willing to help us.
Alice W.Churchill, Head of Modern Language Department. As Miss Churchill,s
students sail through college French with Hying colors, they look back and thank
her for their success.
Isabel C. Field, Head of History Department. Our dedicating this book to
Miss Field shows how much We appreciate her good Work. And do We like her
Charles E. Foth, History. Mr. Foth has done much to make the Dramatic
Club a success this year. His ability is also shown by his endless knowledge of
Marion Giles, English. Miss Giles' first year here has been indeed successful.
We all like her friendly smile and her earnest manner of teaching.
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Nobler and better than all other schools, Amherst, oh here's to you.
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