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Board of Education
It took the combined efforts of several groups to
keep our school running smoothly.
Much was done bv the Ol7I5lClf STAFF which
was ably managed by Miss Anderson. She was helped
by girls doing the chores connected with the work of
a school office. For instance if mother wanted to get
word to her child, joan or ,lean or one of the other girls
cheerfully delivered it to him.
The members of the BOARD OF EDUCATION
were busy at their own work but took time to further
all activities for the betterment of our schools. Mr.
Vier NVinans was employed as a salesman for a meat
packing company, Mr. Verle Smith, electrical engineer
for an oil company: Mr. lid Shore, gasoline engineer
for an oil companyg Mr. Sam Denyer, city attorney and
lawyer with a private practice, Mr. A. C. XViemer,
superintendent of schools, Mr. Arnold Scheer, employee
of a hardware and furniture concern, Mr. J. N. Blose,
employee of an oil company, Mr. James Appleby, fore-
man of the Ford garage, and Miss Lucile Anderson,
secretary to the superintendent and to the principal.
The BOARD OF FDUCATION gave of their
time not just 185 days, but devoted 365 days of the
year to helpful service in the interest of Drumright
Sealml, lrfl In nglvl- -Barbara Skecn, joan Shideler. Sfuriillrrg-Frances
Shideler, Doris Odom, Beverly Pruitt, Ina Marie Hammaclt, Peggy
Sharp, glean Morris, Betty Gibson.”