Lamar High School - Orenda Yearbook (Houston, TX)

 - Class of 1949

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The art and mathematics teachers join with the science teachers in displaying an interest in the Chemistry laboratory as Mr. Orris G. Bailey con- ducts an experiment. They are Mr. W. L. Burns, Mrs. Edna Miner, Mrs. Hazel Brinton, Mr. D. D. Uzzell, Mrs. Mira M. Sanders, Mrs. Ella S. Porter, Miss Lel Red, Mrs. Maud M. Powell, Mrs. Dorothy Phelps, Mr. B. W. Kent, Miss Norma Henderson, Mrs. Thelma Hammerling, Miss Laura Anderson, and Mrs. Eleanor Mohr. Gathered in Mrs. H. L. Sandel's room are Sergeant John W. Parker, Sergeant James G. Thornton, Mr. Lee S. Keding, Mr. George A. Hartung, Mrs. Frances S. Rockwell, Mrs. H. L. Sandel, Mrs. Ruth Mottley, Mr. R. C. Schulze, Mrs. Videlle Wilson, Mrs. May H. Bourgeois, and Miss Helen Ann Dvoracek, representatives of the music, home eco- nomics, and physical education departments. Waiting to check in at eight o'clock in the morning are these English, speech, and dramatics teachers, Miss Sarah L. Collins, Mr. Floyd Dougherty, Miss Helen Greenwood, Mrs. Edith Cox, Mrs. Golda M. Rochefort, Miss Margaret Buchanan, Miss Mary D. Knolle, Mrs. Mabel Orman, Miss Alberta Brasher, Miss Hazelle McCarty, Mrs. Hortense Par- rish, Mrs. Bernice Wren's arm, Miss Ella Mae Gehring, Miss Louise Fuller, and Mrs. Ula Hennes. Enjoying the comfort of the new lounge next to the lunch room, are Mr. H. E. Butler, Miss lnez Bryan, Mrs. Helen C. Earl, Mrs. Elanor Huddleston, Mrs. Louise Robb, Mr. Arthur D. Herring, and Miss Helen Weinberg, teachers in the history, language, and industrial arts departments.

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5' cultq bifdf tory Principal-MR. W. J. MOYES Registrar-MRS. EDITH FERRELL Assistant Principal-MR. JESSE MADDEN Dean-MRS. ALICE HARRELL Secretary-MISS RUTH TAYLOR Nurse-MISS FLORA M. BURGHDORF ENGLISH HISTORY TYPING Miss Alberta Brasher Miss Margaret Buchanon Miss Sarah L. Collins Mr. Floyd Dougherty Mrs. Helen C. Earl Miss Louise Fuller Miss Ella Mae Gehring Miss Helen Greenwood Mrs. Ula Hennes Mrs. Alcenia K. Hyman Miss Mary D. Knolle Miss Hazelle McCarty Mrs. Hortense Parrish Mrs. Golda M. Rochefort Miss Drew Black Staggs Mrs. Bernice Wren MATHEMATICS Mr. S. E. Anderson Mrs. Hazel H. Brinton Mrs. Thelma Hammerling Mrs. F. V. McDaniel Miss Eleanor Mohr Mrs. Dorothy Phelps Mrs. Ella S. Porter Mrs. Maud M. Powell Miss Lel Red Mrs. Mira M. Sanders Miss Inez Bryan Miss Nina Covington Mr. F. Lee Duggan Mr. Donald B, Longcope Mr. Ernest M. Mills Mrs. Louise C. Robb Miss Helen Weinberg FRENCH Mrs. Helen C. Earl LATIN Mrs. G. M. Brumby Miss Cora Pearl Penn SPANISH Mrs. Elanor T. Huddleston Miss Helen MacMaster Miss Nell Morris Miss Julia Pleasants Miss Trudie Wilson SCIENCE Miss Laura Anderson Mr. Orris G. Bailey Mr. W. L. Burns Miss Florence Hicks Mr. B. W. Kent Mrs. Edna W. Miner Mr. Douglas D. Uzzell Mr. Fred Pepper Mrs. Thomas J. Rowzee HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. H. L. Sandel Mrs. Videlle G. Wilson INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. H.E. Butler Mr. Arthur D. Herring ART Miss Norma Henderson MUSIC Mr. Lee S. Keding R.0.T.C. Major Walter S. Lamont Sergeant John W. Parker Sergeant James G. Thornto PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. George A. Hartung Mr. Fred Pepper Mr. R. C. Schulze Mrs. May H. Bourgeois Miss Helen Ann Dvoracek Mrs. Ruth Mottley Mrs. Frances S. Rockwell ll



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MAA vom There are over fifty classrooms in Lamar, each one differs a little from the others. As a new sophomore enters one of these rooms for the first time, he is immediately impressed by many new features that Junior High lacked. He is fascinated by the clean, modern look of the Lamar class- rooms, and it won't take him long to discover the loud speaker system on the front wall, or the way three sets of windows may be opened by pushing out the lower one. However, the sophomore will soon take these first impressions for granted and begin to collect memories of a typical classroom scene. After he has graduated he will look back and remember the line that formed at the pencil sharpener one minute after the tardy bell sounded, the note that was being slipped carefully from one desk to another, his neighbor's aimless doodling on class notes, and finally the rustling of notebooks and lunch bags as the close of the period drew near. There are many classrooms in Lamar that don't fall in this category of "typical." These are the special rooms such as those used for sewing, cooking, and typing classes, from these, students often collect their most vivid memories. A view of a typical classroom in the eyes nf n cfnrfnnf

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