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titling — Mr, Darwin Eret, Carlyle Snider, Mr. Arthur okson. ted — Miss Emilv Johnson, ss Clellah Griffin, Miss Helen y, Miss Wilma Range, Miss Iversen. Clark is known throughout the region for its excellent staff of teachers. The instructors give both their time and know- ledge in helping the student to find a field of work in which he is interested and for which he is suited. At the beginning of the first semester Clark saw the addition of two instructors to its teaching staff. Miss Loeta Walters succeeded Mr. Max W. Beaty as journalism and English teacher and sponsor of the Pioneer News and Powder Horn. George Hosek, replacing Mr. Henry Zevenhouse, taught shop and coached junior high athletics. Mr. Warren C. Heitzel took over Mr. Hosek’s position in December. Two women teachers came to Clark at the beginning of the second semester. They were Miss Alice Merritt, algebra and practical mathematics instructor and Miss Alice Marie Server, clothing teacher. Besides its regular school work the faculty did not forget its outside activities. The teachers’ annual banquet was held during Christmas, and their spring picnic took place in May. Standing — Mr. Arvo Antilla, Mr. Emerson Aldrich, Mr. Ed Shields. Seated — M iss Winifred Forsyth, Miss Elizabeth Lyle, Miss Leah Booth, Miss Leota Kenzie. 11
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Standing — Mr. Kenneth Myers, Miss Edna Howe, Mr. George Hosek. Seated — Miss Bernice Williamson, Miss Beatrice Northstrum, Miss Margaret lde, Miss Joan Goughian. There is no greater influence on the student than the teacher. Through daily association the teacher is able to shape and mould the mind of the student into specific channels of learning, teaching him the fundamental principles of good living which are so greatly needed in the world today. In order that students may be able to acquire this basic knowledge, there must be adequate facilities for learning and also capable and experienced instructors to teach the students with wisdom and un- prejudice. George Rogers Clark High School is an outstanding example of this type of an educational institution where a good teaching staff plus suitable equipment are combined to produce the finished product ... an adult who will be able to meet with intelligence and determination the numerous problems facing him. tanding — Mrs. Rebekah Kddy, liss Harriet Lake. Miss Carolyn am hert. eated — Miss Loeta Walters, liss Harriette Shoemaker, Mrs. atherine Ahern, Miss Dorothv lark, Miss Hazel Holland. THE 1948 POWDER HORN 10
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Top Row Standing — Korenrhik, Isberg, Wilson, Cox, Mandas, Harden. Bottom Row Standing — Theodore Economou, Lukmann, Ralph, Haugh, Goginski, Whelan, Oak, Voreacos, Adams, Miss Pearl Yocham (spon- sor). Second Row Seated — Theodora Economou, Pappas, Dolak, Gascnica, Creswell, Endres. First Row Seated — Unger, Seehausen, Kalieky, Wilkinson, Atchison, George, Don Hannemann (treasurer), Burnett (secretary), Boh Hannemann (president) , 1 ' rench (vice-president ) . NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Top Talent o o o Twenty-two seniors and three juniors received the highly coveted appointments to the National Honor Society this year. These students, added to the six elected in their junior year, make a total of 31 in the NHS. Among the factors considered in elect- ing members are scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Each year the fac- ulty chooses fifteen per cent of the Senior Class and five per cent of the Junior Class to join the organization, which is under the direction of Miss Pearl Yocham. THE 1 9 4 8 P 12 The six students chosen when they were juniors are Do rothy Adams, Mary Linda Burnett, secretary; Richard French, vice-president; Bob Hannemann, president; Don Hannemann, treasurer; and Eugenia Voreacos. Annually the Harold Zimmer Award is given by the NHS to the outstanding senior boy on the basis of scholarship, athletic skill, and fine sportsmanship. Royal Isberg was elected to receive the honor this year. OWDER HORN
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