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You lucky seniors owe your thanks for those
front row seats to MR. MARTIN SXVANSON.
the man who is in charge of the assembly seating
plan. Ifirst semester Mr. Swanson taught
shorthandg during the latter half of the
year he took over the bookkeeping classes for-
merly instructed by Mr. Aldus .... Dear Sir:
In answer to your inquiry of last month in re-
gard to MRS. VALORA OSBERG, business
education teacher, we have found her assist-
ance in securing employment for interested
students and in training future secretaries to be
invaluable. Yours very truly. Galesburg High
School .... Besides teaching future "white
collar" girls and boys, MR. LeROY DONALD-
SON is IHC business adviser to the publications
staff. A glance at the publications stand at any
game would have tound "Donn dishing up dogs
and opening bottles.
If yo-u have ever seen a GSL program fly into
shape, you'd know that the human dynamo be-
hind tncm is MISS RUTH STICKLE, sponsor.
Miss Stickle also heads the English department.
...flieacliing a full schedule of American lit-
erature, MISS ELLEN IRVINIZ has nevertheless
found time to do her share in the war effort by
acting as chairman of the junior Red Cross ....
MR. ROYAL HARSHBARGER is not content
to teach only one subject, but proves his laurels
in the English, commercial law, and bookkeep-
ing rields. He admits a well developed skill in
You realize, Bud, more than ever before the
necessity of a foreign language background.
You and many others are thankf-ul for the Latin
taught by MISS LLORA LAMB, head of the
Language department. She is always eager to
expand her department and next year will add
German to the curriculum .... Ice skater,
philosopher, skier, naturalist, traveler, impromp-
tu orator, Cicero adherent-all describe MR.
PRINCE SLAVEN, Latin and English teacher.
After developing a sound grammatical back-
ground and knowledge of word stems, Mr.
Slaven's Latin students find they have an im-
proved understanding of their own language
. . . . In her room, gaily decorated with serapes,
baskets, and straw ligures, MISS ALICE MAR-
TIN teaches Spanish and Iirench. Her classes
also study not only the vocabularies but the
culture of the lands whose languages they are
Martin Swanson, M..-X. Ellen Irvine, M.A.
Valora Osberg, A,Ii. Flora Idinyb' AJS,
Leroy Donaldson, I'n.I tl. Prince Slaven, A.l5.
Ruth Stickle, M.A. Alice Martin, M.A.
Royal Ilarshbarger. MUN.
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Nm! M. 9. 7. S.
"Oh, Miss Anderson, Iive a report to get, and
I don't know where to find the information and
-I' with that MISS RACHEL ANDERSON,
school librarian, secures it for you. Miss An-
derson and her library science students are kept
busy cataloguing new books for all the grade
schools .... DON W. ARNOLD, super chief
of war stamp sales, teaches commercial subjects,
including merchandising and bookkeeping. Di-
rector of the commercial department, Mr.
Arnold also heads the distributive education
program which works closely with students who
wish to go into retailing, and with downtown
businessmen .... Directing a championship
debate team was the highlight of the year for
MR. HERBERT BEAN, who is also the origi-
nator of the annual discussion contest and a
capable sophomore English teacher.
Everything from pork to corn is covered by
MR. RAY DUNN'S classes in vocational agri-
culture. Mr. Dunn also sponsors the Future
Farmers of America club .... Stop in the art
room and watch MISS FERN ASPELIN
developing potential geniuses as they plan
posters, design scenery for plays, and absorb the
technique of water color, sketching and oil
painting, receiving expert advice from Miss "An
. . . . MRS. RUTH BOND'S nickname is
"Swede,,' b-ut in Galesburg that's so confusing!
If you would be ready, willing and able in any
emergency, take Mrs. Bond's excellent home-
nursing course. Mrs. Bond also applies her
knowledge as nurse for all public schools.
MISS SYLVIA RYIN, who teaches English
and American literature, is a talented creative
writer and collects books of poetry. Miss Ryin
helps plan the impressive GSL induction assem-
bly every year .... "Outstanding" describes
MISS IRENE FREEMAN, director of dramatics,
and applies also to her radio programs and play
productions. Problems of makeup, scenery, and
costumes combine with her class work in
speech to make her school program a full one.
Miss Freeman lilled the vacancy in the dramatics
department made when Mr. Allen was inducted
into the Army .... " 'Andy, is this costume
all right?" Familiar words for MISS HAZEL
ANDERSON, adviser of the costume crew as
well as our English "prof" who specializes in
teaching reading. The National Honor Society
is another of the many activities that come
under her sponsorship.
Rachel Anderson, AB. Fern Aspelin, lVl.A.
Don Arnold, M.A. Sylvia Ryin, M.A.
Herbert Bean, M.A. Irene Freeman, M.A.
Ray Dunn, Ii.S. Hazel Anderson, M.S.
Ruth Bond, R.N., ILA.
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