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SEATED-Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Feuerstein, Mrs. Denson, Mrs. Stern, Miss Hughes
STANDING-Mr. Schweitzer, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Sherline, Mrs. Shelley, Miss Williams, Mrs. Furman
Mrs. Herslcowitz, Mr. Wertheirner
Each term has its own adviser. The advisers help plan the students' programs
in accordance with their abilities, needs and wishes. They also guide them with their
problems, and show them the way "to a brighter, happier day".
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SEATED-Mrs. Anderson-Home Economics and Fine Arts, Dr. Smith-English, Mrs. Rolfe-Library,
Mrs. Thompson-Music, Miss Watt-Health Education
STANDING-MT. Driscoll-Social Studies, Dr. Newmark-Foreign Languages, Mr. Readyofffgecre-
tarial Studies Mrs. Lowenthal-Speech, Mr. Spector-Accounting and Mathematics, Mr. Haskel-
February 1958-Mrs. Handler-Accounting and Mathematics
Heads of qieloartmentf
The subjects taught in school are classified and grouped into special departments.
Each department is under the direction of a chairman. It is the function of these chair-
men to assign the various teachers to classes, and at monthly conferences to discuss
the problems peculiar to each subject.
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SEATED-MVS. Manse, Miss Kirchgassner, Mrs. Fishman, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Kirsch, Miss Jones
STANDING-MiS5 Coombes, Miss Black, Mr. Weintraub, Mrs. Mandelbaam, Mrs. Finnigan
QNO1' IN PHo'rocRAPH--Miss McGivneyJ
February 1958-Miss Gardner, Mrs. Conway, Mrs. Hanauer, Mr. Fassler
Sen ior Section Teachers
As We look back over our years at Julia Richman we realize that our section
teachers were like mothers to us. They had a personal interest in each and every
girl. They felt miserable when We failed a subject, or elated when we achieved high
grades. They have seen us mature from the shyness of freshmen to the sureness of
seniors. They have pushed and prodded us so that we are able to prepare ourselves
for the vast change that lies ahead. It is therefore, with deep gratitude and fondness,
that we, the graduating class of 1958, say farewell to our senior section teachers.
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