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MAX BICKFORD Dean of the El Dorado Junior ( College jacuii v " And gladly wolde he lento and. gladly teche. " — Chancer. There are many fancy, three-syllable words that might be used on this page — and what could be more appropriate for the faculty? However, to express the sincere gratitude of the student body, there can be only one word, " Thanks. " All the " dark looks " that have been exchanged have been forgotten in the memories of good work and good times shared. Juco-ites will always remember this group of men and women — no1 only as teachers, bu1 also as friends. Gladys Beuchat, Modern Foreign Languages Helen Bradford, English Louise M. Cannon, Assistant Librarian R. W. Christy, Commerce S. H. Coffman. Chemistry Robert Douglass, Athletics and Woodworking James F. Edwards, Industrial Arts Dorothy Fisher, Mathematics Charles Fuller, Biology Ruth Gautier, Art W. M. Grove, Physics Luke B. Headrick, Mechanical Drawing William A. Hill, Basketball Myrrl Houck, Librarian Marie Lafferty, Foods and Cloth- ing Ethyl Lange, Registrar L. W. Nixon, English and Speech Carl C. Riggs, Teacher Training Victor Porter Smith, Art E. E. Snyder, Commerce Richard Spann, Commerce R. W. Wallingford, Music Carl Zerger, History and Social Science Not pictured: Jeanette Barbour, Music; and Amy Laybouin. Hygiene.
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GtawiMsfaati ion mm • I : ; ^%*g J PAUL HAWKINS Superintendent of the El Dorado Public Schools " The most compete))! administration . . . . " — Jefferson. The success of the past year has been due in large part to the administrators of our school. The administration of the El Dorado Public Schools, by means of wise policies formulated for the best interests of the students, has guided all " Juco-ites " through the year of 1950-51. These public-minded El Doradoans, giving freely of their time and energy in order to maintain good schools, deserve the sincere thanks of the student body of the El Dorado Junior College. Seated, left to light: Mrs. Ruth Flanagan (clerk), Dr. R. J. Metcalf, Dr. G. E. Kassebaum, and Glenn Tarrant. Standing: George S. Benson, Jr., Virgil Tyler, Walter Gary (president), and Clarence Wilke (vice-president).
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illlill Left to right: Marjorie Ruckert (secretary-trea- surer), David Matheny (president), and Mary Beth Spinden (vice-president). ontoles " Wisdom is the •principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and irith all thy (letting get understanding. " — Proverbs. The following sophomores are not pictured on the following pages: Louis J. Alfaro, Thelma Lucille Brown, Bud Coutts, William Raymond Day, Jerry R. Demo, Tom Harper, Robert Harsh, Iris Henman Lawrence, Ellis Reese Hess, Jack Darrell Morrow, Mrs. Donald Phillips, Duane Vanhaver- beke, Mrs. Alta Mae Waite, and Jack Ray Young- blood. The members of the Sophomore Class have completed their two years of schooling at the El Dorado Junior College. Following the custom of the sophomore classes, this group sponsored the freshman initiation, en- deavored to acquaint the new students with the school, and participated in the numerous activities of the school. Pat Bare — Social Science; Band ' 50-51, Chorus ' 51, Annual Staff ' 51, Journalism Club ' 51, Pep Club ' 51. Tharon Baumann — Industrial Arts; Football ' 48-49, Track ' 49-51, Secretary-Treasurer of Varsity Club ' 49-50, Cheerleader ' 50-51, " Our Town " ' 51. Bruce Wilson Bell — Pre-Engi- neering; Science Club ' 50, President of Science Club ' 51. Arthur L. neering; 51. Boileau- Annual — Pre-Engi- Staff ' 50- Maryanna Burger — Teacher Training; Pep Club ' 50-51, Pi Delta Theta ' 50, " Rosalie " ' 50, Journalism Club ' 51, An- nual Staff ' 51, " Our Town " ' 51, Chorus ' 51.
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