Eureka High School - Eurekana Yearbook (Eureka, MO)

 - Class of 1956

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Page 11 text:

4--. ?""N INK J. VARNUM JONES, Principal of Eureka High School J. VARNUM JONES principal of Eureka High School and DOROTHY SIDES secretary to the principal the yeard E' . . The Administration The Eureka High School serves a large area and the students now in school will go into many different fields of work after graduat- ing: the professions, business, farming, home- making, and the trades. The program of Sub- jects has been set up to meet the needs and interests of all types of students and also to meet the needs of the community which we serve. We now offer vocational agriculture, vccational homemaking, commercial subjects. industrial arts, driver education and the tra- ditional college entrance subjects. While the first objective of every modern schcol is that of teaching students the required subject matter, contemporary life demands so much more than learning from citizens that schools are attempting to meet the current ne-eds. Today's well adjusted people must be able to get along with those who work with them and must be able to accept a certain amount of responsibility. Some are called upon as leadersg more must be trained to be intel- ligent followers of these leaders. The fast pace of modern life demands physical vitality and mental alertness. With increasingly shorter working hours, there are many hours of leisure which must be wisely filled. Such requirements can not be handled entirely in classroom situ- ations: therefore, our expanded program of extra-curricular activities, where students working as members of a team, a cast, a staff or a group activity may learn to adjust to the various people with whom they are very close- ly associated, may accept the responsibility such group membership entails, may learn to lead well, or to follow intelligently, in other words may become well-rounded personalities. Congratulations to the seniors who are grad- uating this yearg I hope your future experi- ences may be more successful for having spent these years at Eureka High School.

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and It has always been true in America that the people with ability and a desire to secure a good education were the most successful people. These were the men and women who helped make our country powerful and pros- perous. Other countries are now learning that train- ed minds are necessary if a society is to de- velop the potential of its people. As a result of this awakening, the educational systems of many countries are receiving top priority in the resources of their governments, For the past twenty-five years many of the leaders of our country have not been as con- cerned about our educational system as they should have beeng and, as a result, our country may find itself lagging in the supply of trained people available to operate our -complex so- ciety. Opportunities were never greater for an in- A Message From . . telligent American youth. Each of you attend- ing Eureka High School has an opportunity beyond your imagination to contribute to your Cwn welfare and to that of your country. You have a broad choice of subj:cts: mathematics are hereg the science curriculum is adequate: English and the social studies are offered in abundanceg many vocational subjects are now available for those desiring themg a good fine arts curriculum and excellent sports and health programs are avilable. It is only necessary for you to have the determination to master what is offered to you. It is Encouraging for me to detect a greater desire on the part of most of you to do a better job in your school work than you have ever done. This attitude must prevail in every American school if we are to stay in the fore- front of the great countries of the world. May each of our graduates preserve this desire for excellence throughout his life. MORGAN SELVIDGE superintendent of R-6 District VIVIAN POUNDS secretary to the superintendent 'gal lll'0ug MORGAN SELVIDGE, Superintendent of R-6 School District



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FACULTY Benjamin Marie Harttman Burlrlemeyei' Music Sciznce Bette Gudermuth Commerce Henry Hyde Social Science Eleanor Johnson English - Speech Wilma Johnson Commerce Kenneth Koeppe Shop Jane Mattingly Music Helen Meyer Physical Ed. Driver Education Julia Moriarity Social Science Ethel Pierce Mathematics Eldon Powell Voc. Agriculture Robert Rayon n Physical Ed. Frances Roques Social Science George Schonk Science Rose Shanight Home Economics Muriel Smith Art Edna Sparlin Music Grace Stenerson English - Library Dorothy Williams English - Latin NOT PICTURED Frances Bolen English

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