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Page 13 text:
JULIEYTE CLAIRE GIBSON, 8.5.
Newswriting, English l2, creative writing,
adviser to E.H.S News
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EDGAR A. GOODNOUGH, B.A, M A,
English ll, adviser to Honor Society
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GLENN M. GRIFFITH, B.A , B.A.S., B.F.A.
Vocal music superviser, A Cappella, boys'
glee, band, adviser to Traubadours, ad
viser to Assembly Committee
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ZILDA HAYES, B.A.
Shorthand, transcription, typing, adviser
to Commercial Club
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RUSSELL G. HENDRICKS, B.A.
Social problems, Activities Committee
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ESTHER L. HETTINGER, B.A., M.A.
Oral English, dramatics, adviser to As-
sembly Committee, adviser to Thespians
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AMBROSE I. HUFF, Bth., BS., M.A.
Social living, U.S. history
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BETTY K. JOHNSON, B.S,
Homemaking, adviser to F.H.A.
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BESSIE KAMARAD, B.S.
Geometry, basic mathematics, commercial
arithmetic, adviser to TriAY, adviser to
Class of '50
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BERT KERNS, B S, M.S
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KENNETH KIENZLE, B.A
Solid geometry, trigonometry, algebra,
physics, adviser to Radio Club, adviser to
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HENRY E. KUCHERA. B,A, M.S
Health, physical education, head coach,
football, basketball, track
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HAROLD W. ALLISON, B-A.. M.A-
Social problems, debate, U,S. history
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LUCILLE ANDERSON, B.A,
English ll, radio
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ERA G. BANKS, B.A.
Physical education, health
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RUTH HILL BEACON, B.A., M.Ed.
English 12, dramatics, adviser to Eugenean
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CLARA M. BLAIS, B.A.
Latin, French, adviser to Latin and French
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CARL A. BLOOD, B.S.
Mechanical drawing, general metalwork
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PAUL BURCH, B.Ed,
Social living, adviser to Class of '49, Rifle
Club, and Assembly Committee
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ILLIAM C. DEDMAN, B.S., M.Ed.
Social living, English ll, adviser ta tennis
Traveling - hi. favarve hobby. Mr Dr-diva'
has time :or sport-, r-cord cohecriohs. ova
v-,-achmg He ndulged it his favor-tu Io '
suinm-f when he took ah exten f'::
caros, tha' LKS Roaming at Soi' Low- Ct.
Orb,-ans, and Chicag:.
ERTRUDE M. DEIERLEIN
Typing, adviser to Ambassadors and Clere
icol Dept. of Girls' League
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ABEL DE VOS, B.S.
Physical education, health, adviser to
Class of '48 and G.A.A.
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ARENCE E. DIEBEL, B.A., M,A,
Chemistry, physics, adviser to Science Club
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HAZEL FISHWOOD, M.A.
City art supervisor
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l.ll.LlAN LYNCH, R.N., PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE
At'er liyewag to traosavds ol 'ales aaau'
aches ara rzarnf, .cms real, some brouar'
cn by pure- "slciDCerltus", Mrs Lynclvf
Ccuwcrs cl clagncsls pan- become 'G acc"
that the gc-nulm-lylllgc'tC1ulCk and P-ltlclnnt
trf-atmerf, .-.hilt tlaf- frauds get riturn lr:
ROBERT H, LYON, B.A., M,A.
U.S. history, social problems, adviser to
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gcfs wcsnfalns, '-l s 'ri' offs cr-
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OLA M. MCDERMOTT, B,A.
Algebra, plane geometry, practical math.
For an lrrwtutlnq V-wrafcurrlc, slr lab, IA
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CLOYD B. MAKINSON, B,S.
Agriculture, adviser to F.F.A.
Altifr :pf-ndlnq laur summer. as a :ar--2
rauarcl, and tm-n working ov a larm, Ulr
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MARY E, MALLERY, B,S., M.B,A.
Bookkeeping, adviser to Commercial Club,
Pep Club, and to Student Body Financial
A ready smile and a helplnq hand for cwery-
ons- are the signs which identify Miss Ma!-
'wy as 'lie land al 'Qaclter who enloy- hir
.-.farlf and lm lpl hr-r Jurlents ta rviay tht- r
ROY W. MALLERY, B.S., M.S.
Art, adviser to Paletteers and Assembly
Mr, Nlalleri, has worked ln a sawmill, wade
broom handle-s in a lactory, and ,punt Ql
months ov:-rseas., and is able 'o cops with
DUANE MELLEM, B.A., M.A,
Health, physical education coaching, head
baseball coach, adviser to EfClub, and
An ardent amateur photographer, "M:-1"
ervloys trying whats at any anqlc. Targets
include E-Club and any other wild gain'
ODINE N. MICKELSON, B.A.
Industrial arts, Representative Chairman
of Jr. Red Cross
Mr Mick--lfcn grow- tlcwcrs, nsakf' woaa' n
now-l'le , and Q-xptcx ta catch lv arf- tl -w au
the coast al British Columbia,
BYRON L. MILLER
Band, orchestra, a cappella Il, adviser to
The teafrs, as wa-ll as the roofing sivctcu
clipcnd on Mr Mills-"s catl1,Jsf'il'l 'rr
l-tt Cser'l1'- last lwnsr
C. DONALD MOORE, B.A.
H114 ye, cswcl tlwe- CU-cc tele-r3":,w lical
Ts new ca.er'9 Thank you, Vr Mcarv
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RITA NORRlS, BS., M.S,
Homernalxing, foods, cafeteria supervisor
Miss Norris chosi- Oregon avcl Eug--iw' as
the Dlacf- in which .nc wlslwf- to llvi- and
El-l.S. rlof- place lr' which ff- v, .lm 'J
NORA ROBERTSON, B.A., M.A.
Biology, adviser to Science Club
M' Rolis veal' is sun-vm-r ,aca' : "'- carl- .zi-
tracing "--- lntrlcatf va ltlc Q' 'lit Orrfgg
Coast, and slm- -lwarc-s with lwcr clam. "'
amazing lori- al the world Ol naturi-
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