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Page 103 text:
Miss Kehnast, the Guidance Director and Visit-
ing Teacher, received her B.S. in Education from
Defiance College. She has also studied at Bowling
Green State University and Indiana University. Miss
Kehnast has a pupil-employment bureau through
which many students procure full-time or part-time
positions. She is interested in welfare work, and pro-
motes all the charity drives in the Defiance schools.
Miss Kehnast has coordinated the guidance pro-
gram and has made it an integral part of the
D. H. S. curriculum.
Guidance Direcfor and Visiting Teacher . .
Miss Augusta Kehnast
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Mr. Krutsch, assistant principal, is one of the
busiest men around school. Besides teaching history,
journalism, and being adviser of the National Honor
Society, he performs many administrative duties. He
is also editorial adviser of the Panorama and
Mr. Krutsch received his B.S. degree from Ohio
State University and his M.S. degree from Cornell
University and has done post-graduate work at
Bowling Green State University.
Assiftanl Principal . . .
Mr. Kirk Krutsch
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Principal F. G. Blue and secretary, Darlene Karnes Londeree.
Taking over his new duties this year as Principal
of Defiance High School, Mr. Franklin Blue, along
with his many administrative duties, finds time to
serve as counselor to the Student Council. He ree
ceived his B.S. degree from Defiance College and
his M.A. degree from Ohio State University. Serving
as First Aid Chairman of the Red Cross program,
Mr. Blue is interested in the work of the American
Red Cross. Mr. Blue shows an avid and sincere
interest in the students and their problems.
Darlene Karnes Londeree, a 1955 graduate of
Defiance High School, served as secretary in the
Aside from being Dean of Boys at Defiance H'gl1
Dean of Bays . ..
Mr. Harcli Palmer
School, Mr. Harold Palmer also has the official
title of Faculty Manager of Athletics. While keeping
busy with the many tasks these iobs require, he also
teaches World History.
Mr. Palmer received his B.A. and B.S. in education
at Defiance College and his M.A. degree from the
University of Michigan.
Mrs. Adah Greim, who serves as Dean of Girls at
Defiance High School has many duties to perform.
Aside from supervising attendance records and issu-
ing work permits, she teaches seventh and eighth
grade science. Much of her time is also given to
serving as adviser to F.T.A.
She received her B.S. in education from Central
Missouri State College.
Dean of Girls . . .
Mrs. Adah Greim
Page 104 text:
12.1.11 Q' WSJ .
"Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested."
English is like a mighty oak tree. The trunk and
her bare branches represent the native language
forms, for they give the language its simplicity,
directness, and force. The leaves and blossoms rep-
resent the foreign element, which gives grace, va-
riety, and ornament to the speech. The excellent
blending of native and foreign elements give the
English language its great possibilities for richness
Twelve centuries of literature bequeath to modern
times "the best that has been said and done." The
English department invariably seeks new ideas, new
methods, new insights for presenting selections in
The basis for the English language and its funda-
mentals are presented to the student in the seventh
grade. The emphasis is on simple grammar , . .
grammar for sentence building, for correct usage,
and for punctuation.
Mrs, Davis tells Buddy Keliihololmai,
"This verb should have been plural."
Eighth grade English begins with a review of
seventh grade topics. More advanced parts of the
English language and the essentials of composition
are presented to the student during the year. Here
he begins his literary climb.
ln the ninth grade the student continues his study
of grammar, paralleled by a course in modern, liv-
ing authors. A program is established at this grade
level which develops the many separate skills in
reading growth. English I also contains a course on
the outlook of teenagers towards the world of today.
ln English ll, the emphasis in literature is on
Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and George Elliot's
Silas Marner. The Sophomore learns to "read be-
tween the lines" . . . understand the author's tone
and purpose, and appreciate the use of his imagina-
tion. He is also taught the mechanics of advanced
Mrs. Corson illustrates the importance of character.
nine were deiicient
in personal traits
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