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Page 15 text:
Mr. Robert LeSueur, mechanical drawing
cmd shop teacher, and Mr. Leslie Wilson,
civics teacher and Blue and Gray sponsor,
admire the paintings in Mrs. Patti Black-
ett's art class, These three teachers add
the glow of youth to our faculty and are
very popular among the students. Their en-
joyment of this painting is only one of the
examples of their diversified interests.
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Mrs. Catherine Potts, Mrs. Doris Acuft, and
Miss Lynda Herndon, our new language
teachers, are talking over the problems
that they meet in teaching their subiects.
Mrs. Potts keeps Latin from being a dead
language, Mrs. Acuff is an authority on
several languages, and Miss Herndon keeps
her iunior English students actively inter-
ested in American literature with her novel
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Bird, and Neubert
Miss Bird and Miss Neubert compare meth-
ods of teaching American History. They are
using Muzzey's History of Our Country plus
supplementary material. Both of these ver-
satile teachers ore liked by all the students
for their friendly, understanding personal-
Page 14 text:
Miss Gladys Million and Mr. B.A. Bible,
veteran mathematics teachers, discuss with
student instructor, David Wininger, the in-
tricacies of mathematics. Mr. Wininger
taught Mr. Bible's mathematics classes
while the latter was acting principal. After
many years of successful teaching, Miss
Million is probably telling him of the re-
wards of mathematics instruction.
Mrs. Jessie Kelly, health teacher, explains
to Miss Retha Dalton and Mr. James
Markelonis, physical education teachers,
that exercises alone are not enough to
keep in good health. Miss Dalton and Mr.
Markelonis put us through strenuous train-
ing to improve our muscles and co-ordina-
tion, Mrs. Kelly teaches us the principles of
good health and prescribes remedies for
our sore muscles.
Browning, and Bennett
Mr. Browning is expounding on the vacuum
chamber that will boil water at room tem-
perature. Mr. Palston seems to understand
it perfectly, and Mrs. Christine Bennett,
who teaches biology, is quite fascinated,
East High is very fortunate to have the out-
standing science department that it has
and greatly appreciates having these
Page 16 text:
Mrs. Okey and Mr. DeRobertis, music in-
structors, are smilingly referring to the
music on the board which is port of the
student's instruction. Their genial personal-
ities and their knowledge of music make
them esteemed by all.
The faculty gathers in the teachers' lounge
at the end of the school day. Here they
practice the old proverb that "all work
and no ploy makes Jack a dull boy."
The faculty enioys a break from the doy's
routine during lunch hour in the cafeteria.
The combination of good food, good com-
pany, and good conversation make this
period most enjoyable for all.
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