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Page 12 text:
WORKING ON A REVISION ol' the curriculum 01' the
English classes, upper lefl, is the Communications Curric-
ulum Development Committee, consisting ol' H. Little, F.
Nelson, J. Cherry, C. Adler, B. Johnston. C. Bunch, M. Man-
chester. This is one of the several department eomniittees
that engage in such revision. Miss Philena Clarke, upper
righi, retiring member of the English department, shares
one of her special jokes with her class. The last Monday
of the month finds Miss Alice Tennyson, eenler left, presi-
dent of the Teacher's Association, calling the meeting to
order. The Freshman Committee, center, Firxt Row: Y.
Helping each beginner to get adjusted to high school
and advising him during the second semester as to
which of the various subjects to take in the coming
semesters are the main tasks of the freshman committee.
The committee is under the sponsorship of H. V.
The committee consists of: Verna Cooley, Lowell
Reed, Henry B. Simpson--social scienceg Roscoe N.
Gray, Marie Hooper, R. L. Rogers-mathematics.
Cooley, M. Hooper, L. Hyde, I. Buell, M. Manchester, B.
Agnew, D. Ray . . . Seeoml Row: H. Burrill, F. Hann, I.
Clearwater, R. Marshall. lt. Gray, H. Simpson. l.. Reed, H.
Kline . . . Third Row: E. Larson, E. Radke, VV. Hughes, H.
Adams. R. Rogers, E. Puddicolnbe, E. Nelson, C. Algeo.
Preparing one of those delicious homemade pies is one
member of the large cafeteria cooking stall. Conferring
with a parent in one of the new consultation rooms is Mrs.
Aleida Petersen, lower left. First in the daily procedure
is that stop at the mail box. Lower right are: E. Laub-
scher. B. Lane, A. Petersen, C. Wintersteen.
Harry L. Adams, Irma Buell, Helen A. Burrill
H. Clearwaters, William L. Hughes. Roxye Humph
reys, Homer Kline, E. A. Larson, Everett C. Nelson,
Edmund Puddicombe, Beth Schuett, Ben H. Wilson,
Helen Wright-scienceg Lois M. Hyde, Miriam Man
chester, Mary A. Ryan - Englishg Beulah Agnew
foreign languages, Charles Algeo-drivers training,
Fred Hann, Ross Marshall, Edward A. Radlce, John E
Schneider--shops, and Doris Ray-hornemalcing
Page 13 text:
INSTEAD OF HOBIEWURK many faculty incinbers par-
ticipate in night school activilics. Earl Kurtz. of thc art
clcpartmcnt is pictured. upper left, with his night school
class. Lowell liccd, upper riglll, was thc distributive cclu-
cation instructor al night school. Viewing the installation
ol' the new lighting system is liror l.. Anderson. l't'I1ft'1'
Icfl. building superintendent. The sophoinorc l'lblUl'llllll'0,
center. consists ol': l-'irxl Rom: I. McCoy, E. Lauhschcr.
ll. Dailey. BI. NIcAnally. ll. Punch. F. Nelson, F. Rcnnci'
. . . Szfrnml ltnuv: H. Enslcrson. H. Little. M. I.. Fishcr.
The sophomore committee continues with the work
of guidance begun in the first year. Dew Daily has
been acting chairman in the absence of Pha Ruggles,
Faculty members on this committee are: Elizabeth
Elclrecl, Christine E. Bunch, Helen Little, Miriam
McAnally, Frances Nelson-Englishg P'aul Cuncly,
E. Elclrcd, Il. Pricc. l.. Sakal . . . Third Row: H. Rawlings,
E, ltamlkc, X. Benianiin, Y. Nickcl, C. Schocnknccht, T.
Tompkins, R. L. Frishic, center right. receives thc Oscar
l'oi' lloinniunity Chest outstanding participation ol' school.
Lower Ieff. a night school lniileralogy class with Dr. Ben
Hut' XYils0n as instructor. 'l'hc citizcns connnittcc, work-
ing on units in nutrition cducation in connection with
thc .lolict Connuunity School Hcalth Project is pictured,
lower right. Co-cliairnian ol' thc connnittce are Mrs. li. Bl.
Sprague and Bliss Ellen Nelson.
Fern T. Gilbert-stucly hall . . . Ellen Nelson, Mar
garet Wheelock-homemakingg Eloise Laubscher,
Olin McReynolds, Clayton O. Wintersteen-social
scienceg Harris Enderson, Mary Lou Fisher-mathe
maticsg D. W. Castle, I. C. McCoy, Victor Nickel,
Hebert L. Rawlings, Francl Renner and Floyd C
Tompkins-shopg Dew Daily-social counsellor.
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