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Page 27 text:
Nl J A t Betty June- Size-love Blul'1,:zn'L-t l'luu-r
There are three hard-Working indivi-
duals in the high school office Who aid
in the progress of Anderson High. They
are Mrs. Marjorie Austin, Miss Mar-
garet Ulmer, and Miss Betty Jane Size-
love. All the stenographical Work in the
principal's office is done by them, they
prepare the daily announcements, copy
all the permanent record cards, record
the grades, keep the school files. and
do other Work in Mr. Porter's office.
Mrs. Austin also has the task of
building all the programs for Anderson
High students and teachers each se-
Page 26 text:
When asked if she enjoyed being
Dean of Girls, Miss Reba Arbogast re-
plied emphatically, "I most certainly
do." It is remarkable that she has this
attitude after thirteen years of dealing'
with members of the fair sex.
Miss Arbogast has attended Indiana
State Teacher's College at Terre Haute,
Columbia University, New York Uni-
versity, Ball State, and Butler.
The education of C. D. Rotruck has
been extremely varied. He has attended
eight different colleges, including Wa-
bash, Indiana State, Akron, Ball State,
Purdue, Indiana, Clark CWorchester.
Mass.D, and Vermont.
When asked what he thought about
his position as Dean of Boys, Mr. Ro-
truck answered, "Dealing with 12453
boys gives you 1245 problems daily,
Week in and Week out."
C. D, Ilolruck Il I X l 3 Y
Page 28 text:
Presenting the winners of the current
quiz programs--the teachers.
The wheel of progress moves on and
with it moves Anderson High. When
Anderson High School began back in
1872, there were only a fewdepartments
with only two or three courses under
each. Today under each of the thirteen
departments there are between five and
twenty courses offered. For example, in
the English department not only are 1B,
lA, 2B, and 2A English taught, but also
speech, dramatics, advanced reading,
world literature, composition, remedial
English and many other types.
But what and where would the high
schools be without their guiding light,
the faculty? The English department is
ably headed by C. H. McClureg the Soc-
ial Science department by George Da-
vis, who is acting in place of Elmer
Goss 5 the Art department by Miss Wil-
ma Balyeatg the Foreign-Language de--
partment by Miss Fannie Nagle, the
Physical Science department by Jesse
Stutsmang the Mathematics depart-
ment by W. H. Brinsong the Physical
Education' department by Archie
Chaddg the Biological Science depart-
ment by B. B. Hortong the Commercial
department by Miss Katherine Brown,
the Household Arts department by Mrs.
Margaret Leachman, the Vocational
Agriculture department by W. C. Kolb,
and last, but not least the Trades and
Industry department by Paul Bergevin.
The faculty is made up of 88 teachers
many of whom are graduates of A. H.
There have been many changes in the
faculty this year. Mr. Goss left to serve
his country last fall, and Mrs. Ella Goss
left early this spring to join him. Mr.
Davis is head of the Social Science de-
partment while Lieutenant-Colone:
Goss is away, and Mrs. Vivian Maine
has taken over Mr. Davis's work. Mrs.
Bonylin Pflasterer is substituting for
Mrs. Goss. Mrs. Mae Henry is away on
a leave of absence this year, and Mrs.
Helen Preston is taking her place in
the Foreign Language department
Mrs. Catherine Richter is substituting
in Mrs. Preston's position in the Eng-
lish department. Miss Dorothy Dunlap
is taking the place of Miss Ruth Hill
this year, and Mrs. Lashbrook is still
substituting for Ralph Shields. When
Miss Rosalie Hirsch left this year, Miss
Mary Humphrey took her place in the
Art department. Mrs. Helen Hum-
phreys is substituting in the Social
Science department. Robert Drummond
was added to the faculty last fall and
Joseph Dye at midterm.
D MIGON ANDERSON JOHN P. AMICK
Eronomics Social Sriencr
I h Q li. S, Iowan Stale, llivd Xhril 7. 1941
REBA ARBOGAST MARJORIE C. AUSTIN
Dean of Girls-Bus. Ed. Registrar-Bus.
Indianu State: Columbia: Zaner Ball State, B. S.
gc glnser: Butler: Ball Slate.
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