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When a fellow needs a friend he
can rely on an understanding at-
titude from our principal, Mr. John
His friendly counsel and cheerful
encouragement have made difficult
A man of action is our principal
who works along with the students
in all curricular and extra curricul-
ar activities. His very presence in
our midst gives a feeling of confid-
ence and well being to all.
Mr. Sekula has unceasingly at-
tempted to make us aware of the
necessity of working to our fullest
capacity at all times, and has given
us vocational guidance throughout
our high school career.
It is with grateful appreciation
that we, the seniors, thank Mr.
Sekula for his interest and friend-
ship to the Class of 1948.
Z N I MR. JOHN SEKULA
C ,e Senior High Principal
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MISS NELLE SI-IEAN
Principal of Junior High Building
ii Time has marched on, but the
seniors can never forget the influ-
ence of Miss Nelle Shean, our grade
school principal and junior high
school supervisor, who has helped to
develop young minds to meet the
great tasks which lie ahead.
Her guidance and skill in forming
our educational habits during these
years have made her an outstanding
figure in our school life.
She has won recognition by her
excellent work with the Safety
Council, which she capably heads,
and is the state president of the
Association of Childhood Education.
She also serves as president of the
Range Kindergarten Primary Asso-
ciation, a branch of that organiza-
Miss Shean has the qualities
which assure her of a prominent
place in the hearts of students and
people of the community.”