Hartford City High School - Retro Yearbook (Hartford City, IN)

 - Class of 1967

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as Warner retires Each student who has attended H.C.H.S. during the past years may recall well the familiar route to the guidance office. This trip is made many times during each day of each year. There to greet and help each student was Mr. Floyd XVar- ner. XVith patience and a genuine concern for each person's success, he channeled the undecided to- ward areas of interest and highest achievement in which they might gain satisfaction. Mr. XVarner, after 38 years, brought his high school teaching and guidance career to an end when he retired at the close of the 66-67 school year. Through those years, he taught mathematics and social science with a B.S. from Indiana State Teachers College and later, an M.A. from Ball State. Besides contributing much in the form of his mathematical and his- torical knowledge, he has served as class sponsor for many different classes helping them to accomplish their projects and was student council sponsor. Arrangements and plans were made through this man and his office to improve the future lives of students. 7 Among his many contributions, Mr. War- ner donated his time to sponsor Student Council. Filling their spare time with travel to spots of interest, Mr. YV ar- ner and his wife reside at 808 North Richmond Street. He has always been a familiar and welcome figure in this school as he participated in a vast number of activities. Each responsibility, he accepted with the idea of improv- ing the school, itls clubs, and the number of opportunities for its stu- dents.

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