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ROBERT RUSSELL DEVOID
Mr. Devoid, the urbane and cheerful head of our French department,
greets students entering his classes with "Bon jour! " and says "Au
revoir! " as they leave French III. He teaches all French as well as
English 11 and 12, but he feels that students are more interested in
learning a foreign language than studying their native tongue, and he
finds the growth of the French classes f in size and aptitude J highly
exciting. He is advisor to the French Club, coach of the Senior Play,
a faithful member of faculty sports teams, and interested in a CPA
RUTH I. FITZGERALD
Miss Fitzgerald's busy schedule includes teaching English 7 and 8,
which she does with a systematic thoroughness that has become famous.
She has complete charge of Developmental Reading for Grades '7 and 8,
an activity which keeps the Junior High on its toes, and is in charge of
the Junior High Amos Fortune Prize Speaking Contest, held each spring
with many contenders. Miss Fitzgerald also spends some time sending
orders for the Teen-Age and Campus Book Clubs. She has a varied day
devoting herself to the many activities of Junior High boys and girls
and to their development.
ANNA E. GELINAS
Mrs. Gelinas teaches Math '7-A, '7-B. 7-C, and 8-C, is Junior High
sides over a room that is the pride of all Conant and the school's most
popular gathering place. For the past few years, she has worked only
with Junior High students, but as librarian, she has a highly competent
staff from the Senior High and is finding her new library contacts "a
gratifying challenge. "
KATHERINE G . HANCOCK
One of the hardest-working members of the faculty, Miss Hancock,
brings cheerfulness and patience to training the misguided fingers of
Conant typists. As head of the commercial department, she teaches
Personal Typing, Typing I and Il, Bookkeeping and Office Practice.
As manager of the financial records of all school activities, she is
kept busy by the treasurers of each class and organization. To her
other jobs is added that of directing advertising for the Yearbook.
Attendance Officer, and is teacher librarian. In the last role, she pre-”