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Mrs. Orr, formerlfy of Beaumont, Texas, is our third and fourth grade teacher this
year. She majore in speech and elementary education in college. She has attended
two colleges in Texas, Southwestern Junior College and La Mar State School of
Mr. John Zollbrecht
Mr. Zollbrecht, our teacher this year for the fifth and sixth grades, came from
Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he taught the eighth grade. A Igiaduate of Union
College, he received a B. S. degree and is now working on his . A. degree' in
Psychology. Added to his very busy schedule are 3rd Sz 4th grade mathematics,
sophomore World ' tory, and Advisor to the annual staff.
Mrs. Gloria Orr
Mrs. Evelyn Pulley I
Mrs. Pulley was a graduate of Emporia, Kansas, Teachers' College. All together
she has taught twenty-seven years in our schools. Here at Cedarvale we are happy
to have her as our first and second grade teacher.
Mrs Mildred Adams
Keeping our library neat and
attractive is the responsibility
of Mrs. Adams, our librarian. ,
Being quiet is a must if we
want to stay in the library. ,
The library has become much M" ' ff
more attractive since Mrs,
Adams took charge.”