Clinton High School - Keyhole Yearbook (Clinton, OH)

 - Class of 1943

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- H 1 V 0 lb . .11' 1 1 3 L 111 1 . War Brings With It Many Problems And It Takes A Young Man With Eoundless Energy To Master The Situation That Is The Task That Falls On The Eroai Shoulders Of'WILLIAM S.STINSON,Teaohcr And Superintendent At Clinton High For Fourteen Y-ags. On A Little Farm West Of Orville , Little Willy Spent His Childhood In Such An Environment. The Little Lad Attended Baughman Township Grade School, North Lawrence, And From Thence Proudly Hecame A High School Freshman. He Was i Romantic YoUth In High School. But His Real Romance Came While He Was In College, Wher1:He Met Claire,His Wife. He Attended Kent State But Honors For Graduations Fell From Ohio State University At Columbus While There He Participated Freeh In Activities And Lo And Behold When The Smoke And Flame Of Graduation Blew Bliss fully Away This Senior Was Left With The Honors Of BACHELOR OF SCIENCF AND MASIE1 OF ARTS DEGREES.' Whatever Fate Lrew Him To Our Little University On The Tuscarawas, W Humbly Thank It. This Year, He Teaches Only Industrial Arts And Boys PhySica Education, But The New DUties Involving War, Atheletics, And School Activitie Heap Duties Upon Him That Absorb His Utmost Diligence. Mr. Stinson Is A PUr Family Man And The Joyful Patter Of Six' Little Feet Can Be Heard Around Th' Stinson Homestead. His Three Children Are Joanne, William Jr. And Peggy Lou

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This year our faculty numbers eight teache 21 ers in addition to our Superintendent. C ' Mr. Stinson, who teaches Industrial I1 Arts and Boys' Physical Education. 5 M ' The elementary division consists, 57 of Miss Loretta Kranerx wnc teaches the first and second grades, Mrs Freda Mott who has taught here at Clinton for the past ten years, and Mrs. Cora Carr who, since February, has assumed the position as fifth and sixth grade teacher. Pupils who have passed through the first six levels find the following teachers ready to -help' them, complete the last six. i li Mrs.Doris Black, who began teaching school as Miss Dusenberry,teaches Music, History, and Geography. Sh: is advisor for the Freshmen and in addition has direczei two Operettas, 'Tom Sawyer" and., "When the Mo'-an 'Rieesl' Miss Virginia Hejduk teaches Latin, English, World History, Public Speaking, and Business Training. She is the advisor to the Sophomores and Juniors as well as the nKeyhole,N the NKeyhole Annual,n.and. the Latin Club Mr Roy Ober,who formerly taught at the.West Side Grade Schocl,now teaches Physics, Algebra,General Science, and Matnewatics and serves as advisor to the eighth grade. Mrs. Annabelle Huehling who teaches Home Econ nomics,Scienco,and Physical Education,has the honor of being advisor to the Senior Class as well as.the Girl Heservess i Miss Mary Lou Spaulding teaches 'English and Biology. In addition to being the seventh grade advisor, she directed the Junior and Senior plays, NDon't Darken My Dosruani UA Pair of Country Kids.u 11 x Here's the fellow whose daily task is to fs rouse SOO students .from their pleasant t T, slumbers with the peal of the old fl rl ,A school belly send them to lunchg c1ean'x' 4 ,H , up after them and again V bacgon 1 5' them ihome, day after dayglffyd 21 p ,Ml d aye a week. I .2 I1 F . ., This ia uPeckn Earnsberger to whom we are in- dzhtei a clean school and pleasant grounds. 'SECOND ROW Q - M Mr. Orer, Mr. d Stinson. Mrs. Mott. Mrs. Carr. FIRST ROW- - S Mrs. Ruehling, Mrs. Black, Miss Hejduk, N Miss Spaulding, Miss Kramer. I



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