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As the faculty seem to think it is they
Who are most important, I'll not say nay.
But with little comment of either kind
Will do my best to bring them to mind.
A man must surely have much wit,
Who would in Mr. Lowery's place fit.
He's superintendent of all the schools,
And with much understanding he rules.
Mr. Frame is the venerable head of the
Of teachers who teach 'till our brains are all
Chemistry pupils are his immediate worry,
When the rest of us aren't keeping him in
The Freshies, trying education to find,
guided through English I by Miss
The next year to Miss Sponsler they are en-
with another layer of English get
Miss Galbraith, we realize, is right in her
As a Latin scholar, she's first in the race.
But she also professes to know much of the
As an English,IV teacher we know her the
The Commercial Department is shared by
Miss Wolf and Miss Reynolds joint duty
By, to the pupils seeking such, giving
Facts of the business side of living.
Miss Bell, all accuracy and precision,
Teaches Algebra I with much decision.
Higher mathematics Miss Mueller expounds,
And tlie baisis of much hard thinking she
General Science is taught by Mr. Hertel,
He instructs in Botany and Zoology as well.
He's tie only free faculty member of his
So Hyman,can mark him for a Hnd.
Physics students will not soon forget,
Lessons with Mr. Blanchard met.
Mechanical drawing pupils also testify
To the quickness of his wit and the kind-
ness of his eye.
To Art and to Music due homage we pay,
MissesdGoodwine and Gilmore are busy all
First in high school, then grades, with color
and song .
They patiently prod their classes along.
Miss Evans to girls is trying to impart,
The science known as "the way to a man's
She also instructs in the delicate art
Of putting dresses together, part by part.
"Gallia est omnes divisa in partes tres,"
Brings before us Miss Tate's face.
And "Parlez vous francais?" when her we
The answer comes back quickly, "Mais oui."
American History and Modern, too,
Civics and American Problems, nothing new,
Are the subjects on which Miss Dale does
In her little room 'way up toward the sky.
Mr. Brasel is a man we all revere,
He takes almost any boy as a volunteer,
Trains him in football, basketball or track,
Along with sportsmanship which no one
This is the faculty, their duties, too.
I have not tried to portray their charac-
For memory can tell you better than I,
And all their virtues and faults descry.
-Florence Young, '26.
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