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Page 10 text:
President of Board; Miss Bernadette White.
0. E. Nordness, Supervisor of Buildings an
Fletcher, Leslie W. Johnson, Superintendent of Schools; Florence Michalski,
Hugo Swanson, John 0. Berg, Mrs. Walter Lindegren, Miss Nona MacQuilkin, A. W. Elmgreen,
d Grounds; A. E. Westlund, Vice-President; Harry
Ernest B. Nelson,
Director of Child Accounting; E. J. Norman, Secretary of Board, absent from picture,
To these men and women comprising the Board of Education is entrusted the
weighty community responsibilities of providing the students of this city with the best
educational facilities that Superior can afford. Add to this the problem of financial
support, maintenance, expansion of the school plant, the improvement of the cur,
riculum, and the establishment of policies for the efficiency and growth of the school
system, one can readily realize the many hours that these citizens spend in the interest
of the students of Superior.
In recognition for their services East High student
s express their gratitude.
MR. LESLIE W. JOHNSON became superin-
tendent of Superior Public Schools on July 1, 1949.
after serving the schools as Curriculum Director
for several years. As the director of curriculum
studies, he became well acquainted with the schools,
teachers, and students.
This city is fortunate to have its educational
work under the leadership of such a competent
educator, administrator, and friend. At the left
you see him viewing a miniature construction of
the new school which will be his major project in
Page 9 text:
With sincere appreciation and friendship the 1950 Wa Wa Ta Staff has set
aside these pages to honor their faculty friend. MR. JESSE E. KRENZ, instructor
in the manual arts department.
Mr. Krenz received his degree from Superior State Teachers' College. He then
went on to take additional work at Stout College, Wisconsin, Purdue, and Minne-
sota Universities. In 1919, he became the manual arts instructor at the Nelson
Dewey High School, and in 1924, with the opening of East High, he continued in the
same capacity. During his early teaching career he also served as basketball and
Throughout the years, Mr Krenz has assisted with the construction of the effec-
tive backgrounds for many commencement programs. With the construction of play
sets, and with many other tasks benefiting East High.
Hundreds of boys have spent some of their hap iest school days in shop under
his instruction where they have acquired a thorough nowledge of manual art funda-
mentals. In every department there are evidences of his service and lasting handi-
work His fine workmanship and influence have done much to inspire the youth of
East toward a useful career.
Page 11 text:
East High students are indeed fortunate to have as their leader
and counselor MR. MERWIN R. STEFFENS. Mr. Steffens be-
came principal of East High school in September, 1947. Previous
to this time he served as the principal of the Peter Cooper school,
and as dean of boys at Central High school.
His youthful viewpoint, patient understanding, and friendly in-
terest have gained him many lasting friends among the students
uEast High School, are the words of MISS MARGARET HUDSON, school
secretary, at the left as she receives the scores of messages daily that are vital to all.
The innumerable reports on each student, the systematic filing of all this infor-
mation, the correspondence related to all students, and the attention of hundreds of
details Which are quickly and accurately handled by Miss Hudson keep East High
To her right is Mary Helen Novack, senior student assistant Who has been an
able helper to Miss Hudson part of each day.
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