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W ll!!-F C-HSSUY Nlrs Bernuee Smith Alma B lohnson lwrw L Uafb'-U
The I utun depurtment offers beginning Lutun und Cuesur Thus xear the Caesar elass
studied Vergul after funushung the regulur xx ork Muss Sterner teaehes these classes
Student health us sufeguarded by our effueuent nurse, Muss Bonstetter, who spends
two davs eueh week un our school
The folloxxung musueal orgunumtuons ure dureeted by Mrs Engquust, who emphasizes
the enuoy ment and uppreeuatuon of musue three gurls glee elubs, two boys glee clubs 1
mixed ehorus, an oetette, 1 sextette, and two orchestrus A Christmas Cantata, ln oper
etta, 1nd u musue festuvul were also produeed thus xear
Phx sueal edueatuon unxolves floor xx ork for ull gurls und boys xxho ure not exempt be
euuuse of phxsueal dusabuluty Mr Garbett has eharge of all eompetutuve telms un football
basketball, 1nd buseball Mr Crussey takes eharge of those who go out for tracl-. The
regular elasses un boys physueal education are duvuded between Mr Garbett and Mr
borrow, Ind Muss Sterneu Muss T15 lor und Muss Oxborrow teach floor work, eompetutuve
basketball, and kuttenbull Upper elass students max enter the rhx thm classes whuch are
directed by 'Vluss Sterner
Under the heading Iorensucs, we mention the followung the weekly assemblx pro
grums un whueh Mrs Smith attempts to guxe every student an opportunutv to partucupate
during the xeur deelumatuon, coached bx Niuss Arent und Muss Burns, extemporaneous
speukung, eoaehed bx Muss Burns, the senuor plax, under the direction of Muss Arent, und
the D of D pl1x elureeted by Mr Smith
These fucultx sponsors are freshmen, Miss Altman, sophomore, Mr Crussex, uunuor
Muss DeWitt, senuor, Miss Osua In acldutuon to these dutues, the senuors, sponsored bx Muss
Osul, edut the Nokomus Muss Sterner and Muss Burns assust xx uth the operetta Mr Cogs
well dureets the work of F I' A Muss Altman us adxusor for the D of D luterarx socuetx
Muss New some, lubraruan, has charge of the studx hall sux peruods each dax, and llso
serves as seereturx to the school board and to Mr Swanson
To all those unterested un the vuork and personnel of our hugh school, xxe submit thus
unformltuon concernung our school
Anna Altman Y era Sterner Nlargaret Taxlor Blanehe Oxborrovs
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Catherme Osxa 'Mrs Izdna Fngqunst Audrey Burns Leone Arent
In the face of an lncreaslng enrollment whnch has now reached 292 and the el1m1nat1on
of two nnstructors from our staff, the remammg members have taken over the addrtlonal
classes and have dxrected nearly all of those actnvntnes prevxously offered ln our school
Much of the credxt for our success thrs year IS due to Mr Swanson, our supermtendent
md Mxss Osla, our hrgh school pr1nc1pal W orkmg under heavy schedules, thev are never
too busy to l1sten to problems pertammg to the students and the varxous departments
Our Innglnsh department mcludes Mrss Altman, who teaches freshman Enghsh and
grammar, Mnss Burns, who has all sophomore and junnor work, and Mrs Smxth, who
teaches sennor Engllsh The flrst three years work mcludes mtensnve work 1n grammar
composxtlon, spellmg, oral composxtxon, apprecnatxon of good llterature, and book reports
In addxtlon to thexr work ln Engllsh lrterature, senior Englnsh students become acquamted
wxth elementary journalxsm by edltmg The Regxster
In the commerclal department, Mxss DeW'1tt stresses the relatxonshlp between the class
and the busmess world She teaches typewrxtmg, shorthand, and bookkeeping Through
h1s class xn commerc1al law, Mr Swanson attempts to make his students law conscnous
In the natural scxence department, Mr Crxssey SIFIVCQ to develop wxthln every student
1 scxentlfxc attrtude General scnence and phvsrcs are taught by Mr Crxssey In the same
department, Mr Garbett teaches geography Mr Swanson and Mlss Altman, physxology
and Mr Cogswell, biology
The work ln soclal screncc IS also dlvlded among several mstructors Mnss Arent teaches
Unxtcd States hlstory, c1v1cs, and cconomlcs, Mnss Sterner, anclent hxstory, and Mass
Mr Cogsvx ell has charge of the agrrculture department He conducts classes rn gen
eral agrnculture, shops, fneld crops, ammal husbandry, and dlrects the project work
The mathematncs department mcludes the followmg xnstructors and subjects Mrss
Osxa, geometry, Mlss Johnson, algebra, Mr Swanson, advanced algebra, Miss Osla and
Mlss Johnson, arnthmetxc
Prospectxve teachers enter the normal trammg classes Mlss Altman, 1n dxrectmg these
students, strlves to teach them prmcrples which are appllcable to school room sltuatlons
Ltlioy Cogsvull Ruth Devi :tt Lorena Newsome Antoinette Bonstetter
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ONE TWO THREE POUR
One two three
And ey en four autumns haye swept by
Yes, L1ttle Men and Llttle Wfomen of 34 four autumns apo
You stepped 1ns1de thls broad mass1ve bulldlfljb
Would you be devoured by th1s great mass 9
Ah no' You were merely frxphtened
You enyled a semor
You slghed 1n despa1r'
He seemed so amb1t1ous so busy so bold
And you w1th four long years of hard work to accomphsh
Weeks passed by'
You were a sophomore carrymg, Compasses and exammmg msects
Naturally you felt super1or to the freshmen
But there stlll were yumors and sen1ors whose dlctatlons must be
Wfould you ever become a semor
Bearmg buldens unknown to your
Then lo' You were a jumor
An upper classman you declared'
By thxs t1me no doubt you had recelved honors 1n contests and
And were looklng forward to the ever popular banquet Wl1lCl'l
you were permltted to attend
You were a semor'
Perhaps you were a phys1cs student 1n much despa1r
A class offlcer w1th respons1b1ht1es to bear and dut1es to be done
Or maybe you were a Nokom1s salesman yabbermg, all day
extendmg xtchmgp f1ng,ers for the needed amount
Now more than ever you were subject to deep deep thlnkmg,
Would you be a success?
You w1shed you dldn t haye to leave
You shuddered to thmk of lt'
Perhaps Lxttle Men and Lnttle Women of 34 you had forgotten
That the sp1r1t of dear old Gold and Blue would not fade but would
remaln fresh 1n your m1nds forever
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