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Page 12 text:
A. 1. MOORE, Pres. F. H. KORSMEYER, Treas. T. M. LONG, Sec.
Our school board is composed of the five men
whose pictures are on this page, A. J. Moore, F. H.
Korsmeyer, T. M. Long, Leighton Tombow and Keith
It meets the third Monday of each month and
discusses the problems involved in the operation of a
school. It must set up policies instead of deciding is-
sues as they arise, and then place these policies for
enforcement in the hands of the superintendent.
The school board should work in close harmony
with the superintendent and determine if he is doing
a good job and support him in what he does. If it
finds he is not satisfactory, it should replace him.
The superintendent is the professional expert and
the executive of the board. He is responsible for choos-
ing the teachers, directing and guiding the students
and many other things in which the board agrees.
One of the first requirements of the citizens is to
keep a competent school board in charge of the school
system. We believe we have such a school board, three
outstanding business men, an outstanding live stock
raiser, and a fine farmer.
L. F. TOMBOW
This page sponsored by MARSHALL CLOTHING CO., INC., Butler
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1 I JOHINbONb FLNERXL HONIE
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School opened this fall in August with many new
faces among both the students and the faculty, with
five newly revised curricula meeting all requirements,
a new grouping of classes, a new principal and new
Mr. Lowe, the new principal, Mrs. Griffith and
Miss Nodine, new in commerce and English, Mr.
Bowlby in science and mathematics, Mrs. Moody in
vocal music, Mr. Boch and Mr. Ankney in the junior
high, with Mrs. Ziegler, Mrs. Lowe and Miss Bowen
in the grades, Mrs. Hiatt brought in from the country
and Mrs. Camp and Lytell at Moore constituted the
faculty changes. Mrs. Moody also took over the art
formerly taught by Mr. Ashby who was moved to full
time high school work.
Hopewell and Mudsock schools were discontinued
Indiana State Teachers, B.S., In-
diana U., M.S., Dir. D., U.C.L.A.,
N. Carolina, Illinois U.
Hobbies: hunting and fishin
LEONARD E. LOWE
Indiana State Teachers, B.S.. M.S.
Subject: social studies, sponsor Stu-
dent Council, H.S. principal.
Hobbies: wood handicraft, hunting
with the pupils being distributed between Moore and
The six-six plan replaced the old 4-4-4 plan, so
departmentalism in the fifth and sixth grades vanished
in accordance with the best educational thought. The
seventh and eighth grades became an integral part of
the high school, forming the junior high.
Much of the building was refurbished during the
summer, and Moore was almost remodeled. Mr. Chand-
ler replaced Mr. Houser on the engineering corps.
The monitor system was continued and office
cadets were instituted for both of the administrative
offices, thus relieving some administrative and sec-
retarial duties of these persons.
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