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burg, Indiana. He attended Bradley for his Bachelor of Science degree and is
working toward his Master's degree at the University of Nebraska during summer
We will now go to the top story of the A.T.H.S. building. As we go up the
stairs at the back of the assembly, we find Miss Lois Shonkwiler's room on the right,
just at the head of the stairs where she teaches English I and IV and United States
History. She went to college at Millikin in Decatur, Illinois, where she received her
Bachelor of Arts degree and summer terms at the Universities of Illinois and Maine.
She told us she has been teaching in Atwood, whore she makes her home, for Iour
From Miss Sh0nkwiler's we visit with the Latin and math teacher, Mrs. Leta
Forward, whose home is at Hammond, Illinois. She participated in the studies at
Millikin, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree, and the University of
Illinois, where she received her Master of Arts degree. We found that she has been
teaching here for four years.
Knowing we have only one more teacher to interview, we walk down the top
corridor and find the science room. Yes, there he is, Mr. Fred Boll, with a class in
general science, so we wait until the class is overbefore we go in. Besides general
science he teaches biology, chemistry and physics. After serving his Iour and three-
fourths years in the army, he came to Atwood and has been here for three semesters.
His college training came from the University of Illinois, Northwestern, and Normal.
Mr. Boll received his Bachelor of Arts degree at Normal and his Master of Arts
degree at the University of Illinois. He told us he was a farm boy, but his home
town was Patoka, Illinois. '”