Hutchinson High School - Allagaroo Yearbook (Hutchinson, KS)

 - Class of 1922

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lNinej .ALLAGAROOL Dc Fees of Teac ers ARTHUR G. COLEMAN, Manual Train- ing. Pittsburg Manual Training School. MINNIE DINGEE, Mathematics. Kansas University, A. B. Graduate Study Columbia University, M. A. CAROLYNE E. LEAR, Domestic Science. Kansas State Agricultural College, B. S. Graduate Study University of California. RALPH B. MCCARROLL, Physical Training, Athletics. Brown Preparatory School, Phila- delphia. University of Pennsylvania. Washburn College. MARGARET ENLOW, Commercial Sub- jects. Kansas State Normal. Teachers' College, Greeley, Colorado. Gem City Business College. DESSA RANKIN, Normal Training. Kansas University, A. B. Graduate Study Kansas University. Columbia University. IDA F. JOHNSTON, History. Kansas State Normal. HELEN MOORE, Mathematics. Kansas University, A. B. Graduate Study University of Minnesota. FRANCES J. STEWART, English. Baker University, A. B. Graduate Study Oberlin College. University of Wisconsin. University of Southern California. FLORENCE H. DOW, Music. Columbia School of Music, Chicago. EVA WEBER, English. University of Iowa, A. B. Graduate Study University of Chicago. University of California. Kansas University. Columbia University. WILLIAM V. O'CONNELL, Journalism. and Speech Arts. Kansas State Normal, B. S. Graduate Study University of Wisconsin. EDWARD C. ALMQUIST, Physics. McPherson College, B. S. D. Graduate Study Bethany College. Kansas State Normal. FRED D. GROBE, Chemistry, Agricul- ture. Drury College, B. S. Graduate Study Missouri University. The District State Normal School. WILMER FALKENRICH, Latin. Baker University, A. B. Graduate Study Kansas University. A. R. KING, Bookkeeping. Bethany College, A. B. MABEL B. PARKS, Library. Oberlin College. University ol' Colorado. University of Michigan. MRS. E. H. RICHARDSON, History. Springfield Female College, A. B. Graduate Study University of Colorado. M. ZELINE MORRELL, Spanish. Park College, A. B. Graduate Study Kansas University. University of Chicago. Columbia University. MRS. G. F. BROOKS, Music. University of MichiganiSchool of Music, B. Mu. Graduate Study Kansas Wesleyan. Northwestern University. ESTHER ANN GREER, Physical Train- ing. Kansas State Normal, B. S. E. MARIA MORRIS, Domestic Art. Kansas State Agricultural College, B. S. Graduate Study University of Chicago. EFFIE ROGERS, English. Hillsboro College. University of Miami. MATTIE KENT, French. Kansas University, A. B., M. A. MAMIE A. HIGGS, English. College of Emporia. G-raduate Study Kansas University, M. A. University of Chicago. OLGA GIBBONS, English. Fairmount, A. B. University oi' Wisconsin, M. A. BERNICE CAMPBELL, Shorthand, Typewriting. Baker University. Rut'f's Business College. HHS1922 -

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.ALLAQAROO First Row: Coleman, Dingee, Lear, McCarroll. Second Row: Enlow, Rankin, Johnston, Moore, Stewart Dow, Weber, O,Connel1, Almquist, Grobe, Falkenrich, King. Third Row: Parks, Richardson, Morrell, Brooks, Greer, Morris. Fourth Row: Rogers, Kent, Higgs, Gibbons, Campbell, Cfeachers' Sa. inqs MR. O'CONNELL: Friends! Develop a nose for news! MISS PARKS: Don't forget your slips. MISS WEBER: VVell! It's getting to be a regular disease with you, isn't it? 0 MISS HIGGS, S0 much for that! MISS DOVV: Let us keep absolutely together. MISS JOHNSTON: Can't you see that? MR. BROOKS: Clear out of the halls. MISS KENT: As far as that's concerned. MISS MORRIS: Let the dark colors predominate. MISS GREER: Watch where you throw that ball, MISS LEAR: Please settle your bills here. MR. FALKENRICH: Learn thoroughly and review frequently. Read it all every time, Hold your own. MR. ALMQUIST: According to recent investigations. MISS MOORE: Now, Wilbur! I want you to stop that! MR. KING: Check in early. MISS RANKIN: I think it's best that you see Mr. Brooks about that. COACH MCCARROLL: Fall in when the whistle blows. MISS GIBBONS: We'll just hit the high places-to use a slang expression. HHS 1922 lEightj



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.ALLAGAROO Cldcac ers Teachers are the hardest subject in the world to write about. They are not easy to analyze, to one experienced in the art, but to the average high school student, it is with a feeling of awe that they are even talked about in an analytical way. But to any observer, and there are probably six hundred of these, the easiest thing to fllltt out about a teacher is his method of attack. There is Mr. O'Connell who greets us with "Now, friendsf' There is Miss Parks, always right there to remind us of opening the windows and getting slips-youll al- most think study hall was an icy sidewalk-so many slips. Mr. Almquist daz- zles us with words that go over our heads and tlit around the room, bumping into each other. Every teacher has his or her private line of first day and every day specialties. Taken as a whole, they are a group of the most intellectual tof coursej, the most amazing, and the most changeable people, outside of and also closely connected with the student body. Looking closely at the faculty in their native haunts, those being where we sec them most, they are, has been said before, changeable. They have their jokes in the private office of Mr. Brooks. XYhy even their merry laughter often penetrates into the hall and across, yes, and beyond to the listening ears of young hopefuls. They are as gay as ever a bunch. of us, when they are at a party or o11e of the famous faculty picnics. Things occur at these happenings that bring to the usually care worn and worried face of Mr. lirooks, smiles that begin at his mouth, travel up to his eyes, and end in a big grin. They have looks-these teachers. They have one kind, a11 air of innocent questioning in their eyes. Again, when that has failed, there comes a look of troubled interest as to why we don't' know, and then ends in a look as if hope were lost-and-forever-gone. They reserve for Days of Torture, the Faculty Special. On these days they give out papers and write questions on the board, and the look in their eyes makes us wish-Oh! for just one more look into our text. But that look is mild, 'very mild. to the one that is rayed upon us at grade time. ' The only thing that the faculty has a certain shy attitude toward, is that of having their pictures taken. Not by fair means or foul could they be per- suaded to go down to Mr. NVade's studio. Look at the pictures! There they are as they were caught for once. together. XVe never have and never will think of sehool without teachers-they are just us, you and me grown up. Thej."re human. and they have spent four years pushing us on and up. ltet's play fair, and remember them as our real friends- the biggest word in our high school vocabulary. el'll'lS1922 VI'enJ

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