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THE COFFEE HOUR pleasant break in a 1eacher's day. Mrs, Spanlger Mrs Murdoch Chief Flom
iwho isnt afraid ol Iodiesl Mrs. Dahlgren, Miss Siverison, Miss Eia, and Miss Morck are the relaxed
JAMES HOHMAN. Social Sfudies,
American Hisiory. Jr. Class Adviser.
St. Cloud SC BS enioys
huniing, fishing and swimming
likes photography can stay right
side up on skis.
BEVERLY IVERSON. Jr. High Home
Economics. NDAC BS likes
fishing sews her own clothes
has a passion for books and her
LeROY KRAUSE. Art. Concordia BS and UND BA and MS
BA . . . likes io hun! and fish . . . en-
joys sporls and, of course, arf
tall, light, and handsome.
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ALLEYENE DIRKS. Bookkeeping,
General Business. Hamline BA
and Minneapolis Business College
collects old china cups and
saucers likes to fish also
knits commands respect and
Whot do teachers do when they aren't teaching?
Why, work, of course! Our teachers did a variety of
things this past summer. Many of them had such
summer iobs as selling insurance, doing construction
work, directing recreational programs, doing survey-
ALVIN DROEN. Biology, Basketball
Coach. St. Olaf BA Doing
graduate work at UND and U of M
enioys hunting and all outdoor
activities his name is no indica-
tion of what he is.
ing, and running restaurants. Others who seek
romance, adventure, or just plain relaxation found
it through traveling to fascinating places. Some of
our faculty went to summer school, attended work-
shops, and took correspondence courses.
FRANCES ENGEBRETSON. Jr. High
Social Studies, English. Duluth SC
GLORIA EIA. English. MSC BS
collects song lyrics likes to
... BS ... likes books ... travels
in summer months and enioys visit-
sew famous for her friendly ing historical places industrious,
PAT FLYNN. Guidance Director,
UND BS. Working on Master's
Degree does farming hunt-
ing collects records plays
basketball will do anything for
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uate study in English,
loves to garden, but
BS .. grad-
U of M
are her specialty . . There's nothing
so powerful as an idea or the per-
son who suggests it.
Central students should be well educated! They
are taught by a faculty with 376 years of total ex-
perience. Heading the list is a woman who has been
teaching for 32 years. Following closely is a male
member with 30 years. Altogether there are five of
our educators who have been teaching 30 years or
more. The average for Central teachers is I3 years.
The most popular college attended by the teachels
seems to be the University of North Dakota, which
has a slight edge over Minnesota. Moorhead and
Bemidji State follow in popularity. But our faculty is
ndt limited to Minnesota and North Dakota schools,
for we have one member who got her degree at
Asbury College in Kentucky. Several instructors at
Central have been teaching here for many years.
Mr. Thorson, who has been at Central since l933,
holds the record.
Concordia ... BA ... Bemidii SC
... BS ... goes fishing when not
busy teaching . .. wavy hair . ..
ALPHA MORCK. Latin and Spanish.
St. Olaf BA loves jewelry
and new Dodges studies foreign
classics favorite hobbies: listen-
ing to classical music and reading.
ELIZABETH MURDOCH. Senior Eng-
lish. Asbury College, Kentucky
graduate study in psychology at
UND Has the motherly touch
school is her hobby.
Two athletic gentlemen, Mr. Sundby and Mr. Strand, stop
examine some signs of the times.
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