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Page 10 text:
Mr. William G. Nagle, for years a successful business man
in this community, is president of the school board, a position he
has held for the past six years. The courage and fairness with
which he has met administrative problems have caused his services
to be of inestimable value. On all occasions he has been a true
friend to the school.
Mr. Williaiia Tonyan has served on the board since the school
was organized eleven years ago. A farmer who has lived in this
vicinity all his life, he understands our local problems. He was
active in promoting the school district enlargement last spring.
Unfaltering in his efforts for local educational improvement, Mr.
Tonyan has been a very efhcient board member.
Dr. Arthur G. Highgate became a board member in 1936.
His keen interest in student welfare led to the administering of
health tests for all high school students last year. Dr. Highgate
practiced dentistry in the local community for many years. Re-
cently he accepted a position as advertising manager with the Klove
Tool Company of Chicago.
Mr. Laddic Raska was elected to membership on the board
in I93S, and during the past year he has been board secretary.
With unswerving interest he has watched the growth and develop-
ment of the school. His garage at the intersection of Grand
Avenue and 59A is a community center, and Mr. Raska is well ac-
quainted with community problems.
Mr. Charles Brainard was appointed as a member of the board
in the fall of 1939, to fill the vacancy left by the late Thomas E.
Graham. For many years Mr. Brainard has been a prominent
figure in the community life of Round Lake. His years of active
service in this vicinity have provided for him a keen foresight and
business acumen that will be of great benefit to the school.
Page 12 text:
To appreciate thoroughly our high school sym-
phony, one needs must know the high notes. The
class of '40 is an unusually tafented group, but as in
all groups, there are those whose record of accomplish-
ment places them a little higher than others on the
For scholastic attainment we point with pride to
the record of Gerald Bauer. Of our girls, Irene De-
Laby has shown unusual athletic prowess. Lenora Fisher
ranks first among our girl musicians. Lenora, too, has
contributed much to our welfare work. jane George is
conceded our most outstanding actress. Phyllis Johnson,
our most comely maid, has been active especially in music.
Alberta Kanthack, our most popular girl, has been active
in all phases of school life. Mike Klemens is our out-
standing thespian. As an athlete, Eugene Koch ranks at
the top of our list. Rare good humor is personified in
Billy McDonough, who has been popular among girls and
boys alike. He has contributed much to our music and
dramatic organizations. Burwell Paustian has the distinc-
tion of being our most handsome young man. He is to
be admired, too, for his fine sportsmanship and athletic
Ward Richardson has been chosen for a place among
our high notes for his exceptional talent in music. Where
there is music, there is Ward. Margaret Schaitz has main-
tained an enviable scholastic record during her four years.
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