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Page 14 text:
f Henry Hyde ' Eleanor Johnson
Members of the football team
and those who attended games be-
came familiar with Mr. Meister,
assistant football coach. Mr.
Meister also received his degree
from Southwest Missouri State.
Although this is only his sec-
ond year on the high school
faculty, displays of student work
prove Mr. Moss's outstanding
ability in Industrial Arts . His
degree is from Lincoln
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Mrs. Mary Kenni harles Mc
Freshmen learn the fundamentals of
government in citizenship, and upper-
classmen explore the realms of the
human mind in psychology under the
guidance of Mr. Giebler, who has his
B.S. degree from Southeast Missouri
Band, choir, glee clubs, orchestra,
and small vocal groups are all under
the direction of Miss Harttman who re-
ceived her Master's from Washington
A clicking of typewriters and ring-
ing of bells are sounds familiar to the
typing classes and the future secretar-
ies who learn under the guidance of
Mrs . Gudermuth Knot picturedj . Mrs .
Gudermuth received her degree from
Southwest Missouri State .
With a degree from the same school
is Mr. Hyde, who teaches American
history and geography.
English Ill is only a part of Miss
johnson's program. The class plays
attest to her fine ability in casting
and directing. Miss johnson is a grad-
uate of Drury College.
All girls become better conditioned
as they follow the routines in P.E .
under Mrs. Kenning, who also teaches
health. l-Ier degree is from Texas
Mr. McDonald received his M.A.
last summer from Central Missouri
State, and students in his commerce
classes are aware of his broad
Wilfred Meister Freeman Moss
Page 13 text:
Ben W. Buddemeyer Dan Capehart
Nelson Cavender Don David
Jack Day Jeanne DuLany
Mrs . DuLany, a newcomer to EHS,
supervises study halls in the afternoon
She has been a home economist for
Union Electric. She too received her
degree from Lindenwood.
Biology and chemistry are taught by
Mrs. Eisenhauer, who each spring
helps students with Science fair entrie
She received her B.S. degree from
Mr. Buddemeyer, who teaches
science and algebra, received his
Master's degree from Missouri
In his third year at EHS, Mr.
Capehart coaches football, "B"
basketball and baseball. Besides
that he teaches driver education.
He received his B.A. degree from
Northeastern State College in
Mr. Cavender, one ofour
social studies teachers, is new
to our high school this year but
not to EHS students, because he
taught at Eureka Junior. High. He
received his B.S. degree from
Central Missouri State College.
Three years as basketball
and track coach have endeared
Mr. David to all students. Mr.
David, Who teaches boys' physi-
cal education, received his
Master's degree from Centralw 4
Have a problem? Need to talk
to someone?--then see Mr. Day,
EHS guidance counselor. Mr.
Day has his Master's degree from
Miss DuLany introduces the
freshmen to English. Miss Du-
Lany received her B.A. degree
from Lindenwood College .
Mrs. June DuLany Mrs. Mae Eisenhauer
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l Dan Peterson Ethel Pierce
Mrs. Anne Ritter Mrs. Rose Shanight
7 Muriel Grace S ith Stenerson
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QI enior l1 ature and English ll
are not dissimilar, but shifting
from French to Latin in her
1 thinking requires Miss Williams
to be "on her toes." Her degree
is an M.A. from Washington
Mr. Young joined the faculty
last year as a teacher of math.
His degree from St. Louis Uni-
versity provides the background
for practical and interesting math
Mr. Peterson, one of our new sci-
ence teachers received his preparation
for teaching at Evangel College and
Practical aspects of geometric
figures are displayed each year on the
Christmas tree in Miss Pierce's room.
In addition to math classes Miss Pierce
sponsors National Honor Society. Her
Master's degree was granted by
Missouri University. P
Mrs . Ritter added citizenship to her
usual program of English ll this year.
She received her M.A. from Missouri
Valley College. This year Mrs. Ritter
is president of the Rockwood CTA.
Supervising the student teachers
from the University of Missouri is one
of the many ways of evaluating Mrs .
Shanight's ability in the home econom-
ics field. Family living class this year
gives boys an opportunity for her direc-
tion too. Mrs. Shanight's M.S. is from
Stout University, Wisconsin.
Pottery, lettering, chalk drawing,
and oil painting are but a few of the
aspects of art taught by Miss Smith,
who received her M.S. from Missouri
Mrs . Stenerson is enjoying the
pleasant library atmosphere for helping
students . She also teaches the publica-
tions class. l-ler B.A. is from St.
Dorothy Williams Roland Young
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