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MR. L. H. MCCUE, JR.
The rare ability of controlling a school of over
2,000 students is given to few people. Our prin-
cipal, Mr. L. H. McCue, Jr., we think, possesscs
this quality to an unusual degree. We students
wonder how he can show a personal interest in
each of us, how he can know what is happen-
ing in every school activity, and how he can
keep his finger on the scholastic pulse of the
Mr. McCue's friendliness, warm manner, and
sincerity call forth the highest respect of every-
one at Glass.
AIRS. PAULINE F. STALL Miss MARGARET ARBISTIQONG MR. J. W1Ns'i'oN TVTILAM
Mrs. Stall, assistant principal,
devotes most of her time to help-
ing upperclassmen make their
decisions concerning college and
careers. In addition, she super-
vises the PTA Guidance Night
and directs College Boards and
SQT Tests. Many students are
enabled to further their educa-
tion due to her expert counseling
about available scholarships. She
considers aiding these young
people in their future plans the
most satisfying part of her work.
Miss Armstrong is officially
listed as assistant principalg but
to this can be added the duties
of checking attendance, counsel-
ing, arranging schedules, super-
vising the infirmary, and of guid-
ing the Sth grade in their choice
of occupations. Miss Armstrong
says that the favorite phase of
her work is helping new students
to become adjusted to their life
at Glass. The underclassmen
particularly benefit from her
consideration and advice,
Mr. Milam, as Dean of Boys,
carries the burden of the disci-
plinary problems at Glass. This
year loitering in the halls and
detention hall attendance have
both been greatly reduced due
to his efforts. Yet it is not Mr.
Milam's job as Dean of Boys, but
that as Civics teacher that gives
him the most pleasure. The stu-
dents all know that he gets great
pleasure out of a good joke, too,
told either by him or about him.
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