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Page 123 text:
Meals Prepared uickly and Efficiently
Early every school day you'll find these cooks Mrs. Mary Rowland, Mrs. Eva Sherrff Mrs Wilma
busily preparing good nutritious food for our lunches. Shenberger, and Mrs. Forest Rush
Thanks to the labor of these people. our food is
served in a santitary and cheerful manner.
Throughout the school year these people
help the cooks in various ways. Among their
chores are helping with the preparation and
serving of the meals. Perhaps one of the most
thankless jobs they do is that of washing and
drying the dishes.
B. Seibert, P. Hange. I. Zeigler, F. Howman.
S. Roman, N. Miles, P. Rose, N. Haldeman,
and L. Benner.
Page 122 text:
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Secretaries Per orm
Mrs. Christine McKinley, school secretary, serves
in many capacities in a normal school day. She could
be called mother, helper, guidance counselor, teacher,
consultant, businesswoman, or friend. She copes with
student problems and comforts the forlorng in addition
to her daily routine tasks. Chris must manage the affairs
of the office, and is stenographer and typist to Mr.
Gene Yeater, school principal. A typical day might
include: answering the telephone, typing letters, filing
students' records, making announcements, collecting
book money, paying bills, separating mail, or listening
patiently to the worries and pains of a disuessed student.
BELOW, Mrs. Marcene Stuetzer, too, does many
extra things to aid the students even though her main job
is as secretary to Mr. Ben Shaver, Superintendent of the
Hillsdale District Schools. "Marc" does more than
enough to insure the efficiency of a well-managed school
and takes every opportunity to boost the morale of the
students and the good name of the school. H
wi? ' 'msgs-aa! if
Page 124 text:
Students Assist in School Functions
ABOVE, Rhoda Shafer and Glorene Chance
accept lunch money from Unie Draper. This was
their duty, as volunteers, each noon period of the
AT RIGHT, Linda Bontrager and Marilyn
Krebs spent their lunch periods attending the affairs
of the office while the secretaries went to lunch.
my . ,- K K,
Peggy Murphy kept busy the first period d a il y by
checking the attendance of each class.
Jacque Workman assumed the duty of making up
a bulletin board for the cafeteria each week concerning
healthful foods and nutrition.
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