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Page 15 text:
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PUSING FOR Tl-Ililli l'lC'l'UllES, llllllfl' left, at the annual
banquet at which the lioard ol' Education welcomes the new
teachers arc: Miss Suanna lialtzcr, llaymonrl J. Linhlad, presi-
dent of the Board: frNY0llIlL'lll Seddon, English excllange teacher:
Mrs. J. Lindblad, and Erie Fisher. English exchange teacher.
Superintendent and Mrs. Hugh S, lionar, upper right, at the
XYclfarc Society tea given to welcome new teachers. held at the
Petcrsen home. September 14, chat with their host and hostess,
Mr. and Mrs. II. Beecher Petersen. Maynard Leatsler, center left.
takes over as rhel' :ut the faculty breakfast. St-pteinber 2. Center
Under the supervision of Ellery Frost, the senior
committee certifies credits for graduation and takes
care of all the details of graduation.
Eaculty members on this committee are: G. L. Blough,
Roy l"l. Carlson, Guy Haines, l-larry D. Leinenwelner
-social science, Lee Aseltine, Donald M. Esworthy,
Earnest Kohl-mathematics . . .
right. several teachers take a chance on his cooking. Senior
conlnlitlee-center, Firxl Row: B. Lane, M. McManus, E. Peter-
son, 0. Peck, M. Scott, D. Hudzic-tz, I. Hanson .... S econd Row:
G. Haines. E. Frost. E. Kurtz, H. l,9lIlPIlNY9lN"l'. G. XVells. E.
Kohl . . . Third Row: D. Esworthy. XV. Kirby, R. Carlson, I.
Baldwin, I.. Aseltine, G. Blough . . . Yes! Even teachers must
pay dues! Duane Kirchoill treasurer, is collecting the 115501-ia-
tion dues of Miss Olive lJeHruler, lower left. Harold Sweeney
and Miss Eva Ring look on. Llllllfl' riglif. .l.T.ls new ineinhers
of the faculty enjoy the banquet given for llllllll October 11.
Dorthe I-ludzietz, Warren L. Kirby, Beatrice Lane,
Margaret lVlclVlanus - commercialg Harriet Brooks,
Madee Carey, Philena Clarke, Olive Peck, Catherine
Wood - English, George Wells, Perry Goranson -
science, Ivan Baldwin, Lester O'Blenes-shop, Earl
Kurtz-art, R. R. Robinson-psychology, Mary L. Scott
- foreign languages, Emily Peterson -- speech cor-
rection, and Irene Hanson-study hall.
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HSNVING YOUR PARTNER" wus heard at the faculty burn
dance, October 27, upper left and right. Ellery Frust, dean ui'
boys, upper 4-enler, is seen count-iling students on their school
problems. Enjoying themselves are R, Gray and his son, Ken-
neth Gene, cenler left, und Mrs. Hooper, CHIHEI' riglll, at the
faculty breakfast, Sept. 14, sponsored by the NVQ-1l'zn'e Club,
which consists oi' wives und mothers of ts-ueliers. Junior Cmn-
xnittee, center, ure: I-'irsl Row: A. Petersen, R. Holmstroin, G.
Planning programs for the junior class students
and making arrangements for the annual junior-sen-
ior prom are two activities which keep the junior com-
mittee busy throughout the school year. C. Beecher
Petersen is in charge of this committee.
The committee consists of teachers from all depart-
ments. They are: Eric Fisher, Morris Lewenstein,
Mabel Moon, Harriet Peterson, Harold Sweeney -
history . .
Gishwiller, G. Seddon, M. li. Schuster, J. Prendergastg Second
Row: E. Dietlein, li. McLain. L. Onsgard, B. Longman, M. Me-
liiernang Third Row: C. li. Peterson, H. Sweeney, L. Carey, E.
Fisher, li. Day. li:-ing YVi'll'0lll9d to JT at the Welfare Society
Tea are the tear-ln-rs, lower lefl, H. llcllinger, E, Fisher, E, Nel-
son, B. Day. 'Teachers also take students on field trips. In the
lower right, Mr. M. Kuster is ready to take the Future Farmers
of America to the Officers 'lll'2lllll1l5Z Camp at Marseilles.
Ben Day, Evelyn Dietlein, Grace Gishwiller, Grace
Tippet-Englishg Ruby Holmstrom, Aleicla Petersen-
foreign languages, C. Beecher Petersen-geographyg
Lola A. Emery, Leon A. Carey, E. S. McLain, Lucile
Stewart - commercial, Mabel Fox, Beryle Longman,
James Rickhoff-mathematics, Myron McKiernan-
agriculture, Mary E. Schuster-art, Jane Penclergast,
Gwenneth Seclclon-hornemakingg Margaret I-lielscher,
Leonard Onsgarcl, Daisy Whitham-science.
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PRESENTING THE ANNUAL D.A.B. award to Suzanne Boldt,
senior, is J. H. Cherry, assistant superintendent, upper right.
During night school, Donald Imig is in charge of the linotype
class, upper left. Susanna Baltzer, instructor of the newly
introduced hearing program, is shown guiding students of the
hearing and speech class, upper center right. Pouring tea at the
Welfare Clubis party, upper right, is Miss Alice Tennyson. Stand-
ing beside her is the hostess, Mrs. C. B. Petersen. Teachers who
Busy with extra curricular activities are the non-com-
mittee faculty members. They are: Catherine M. Ad-
ler-head of English department, Olive DeBruler-
head librarian, Hazelle Anderson, James Boula, Eva
Ring-librarians, Susanna Baltzer-deaf and hearing
instructor, Earl C. Douglas-vocational agriculture,
Ronald Ehart-driver training, W. Louis Englehardt,
Donald lmig, T. L. Reilly, H. Warfel, Lloyd Zim-
mer-shops. Raymond L. Frishie-head of science
department, Alice Tennyson, H. V. Kline, C. M. Egg-
man - science department, Walter Myers - social
do not have honierooms, center, are: First Row: B. Houseknecht,
E. Smith, M. Hunt, B. Johnston . . . Second Row: II. Dellinger,
H. VVarfel, M. Leatsler. Captain Edward F. Gibb, Jr., lower
left, takes over his duties as the new head of R.O.T.C. The
pause that refreshes is enjoyed by Miss Catherine Adler and
Miss Miriam Manchester, lower center. High scorers among the
Faculty Bowling League are Earl Kurtz, aiming for another
strike, and Fred Harm, lower right.
George Fahrenholtz, Don Kienlen, Phoebe Ann
Kirby, Neil Lance, Russell Leksell, Kenneth Parker,
Gloria Smith, Wanda Stasielulc, H. Walser, Martha
Wetzel-physical education, Bruce H. Houseknecht-
head of music department, Peter Lahella-orchestra,
Paul Lester-A Cappella choir, Walter Rodhy-girls,
choir, Mabel Hunt-journalism, B. F. Johnston-dra-
matics, Duane Kirchoff-distributive education, Max
Kuster - vocational agriculture, Maynard Leatsler -
photography, Mildred Lihherton-cafeteria, Ted Sen-
nett-Junior College journalism, Erma Smith-radio.
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