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lmf! In righf. Rim I7Homer A. Post. journalism. English: A. Smith. typing: Miss Selma Rhode. German: lVliss lVlary Sifton. mathematics: hflrs. Angele Nlesselin. French:
B. O. Beal. Principal: Nliss Ruth Nlnline. English. typing: Nlrs. Ruhy Somerville. history: Nlxss Nlildred Nloyer. English: Nlrs. Lillian McLean. mathematics: Nliss Louise Van
Dt-vanter. English: Norman Nlayer. hiology: O. B. Needham. drawing: Willram Mullen. lnmvs' physical education: john Sharp. Engl'shg Mrs. Gertrude Lindsay. oHice assistant: Miss
Elizabeth Washhtirri. attendance clerk: Nliss Olive Opeenorth. social science: Miss Eula Nlay Taylor. commercial. Rim' 2-Mrs. Nlildred Olts. commercial: Miss Inez Moore, commer-
cial: Nliss Helen Panghorn. clothing: Nliss Helen Xvhitnev. mathematics: Charles Roe. geometry: Morris Summers. dramatics: lVl1ss Helen Mantz. mathematics: Nliss Wfilma
Zimmerman. English: VU. H. Stalk. arithmetic: XVall:uce Scott. history: Bliss Eva Xvakelee. history: Nliss Edith Ramsay. clothing: Arthur E. Turner. industrial art: Ned Ubben.
industrial arts: hlrs. Nlaxine Cissne. head office clerk: Miss Rosa Palo. English: Nliss Gladys Parker. guidance: lVl1ss lNlabel Oleson. American history: Leslie Hoar. Vice Principal.
Facult 'Swell People'
as friends than as teachers, and who stood for their
The returned service man knows, much more QW
than the ordinary person that his future and the
future of those who are younger than he is are in
the hands of these pedagogues whose teachings must
serve as a foundation for the maintenance of the
principals for which he fought.
The aid which these untiring instructors have
given to the bewildered sophomores is greatly ape
preciated too. and many of the seniors of today would
not have accomplished all that they have if it was
not for some friendly instructor who set him right
when he was only a lowly soph.
Hats off to the Lincoln teachersl
Up-pcrf"Charlie" Bonham gives class
lecture on forestry. Lrmcr-Biology,
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Ld! lu right. Ron Ifjohn Kennedy. mathematics: W'allace Drake. biology: Robert Krogfoss, commercial: Lloyd Hague. auto shop: Nix. livnns, lfngllshg Mrs. Dorothy Foster.
English: lvlrs. Helen Ft-utl, German: hflrs. Florence Armstrong. commercial: Mrs. Eileen Gondy. English: lvliss Ramona Haltom. English: Mrs. Margaret Goheen, choir. glee
club: Miss Prudentia Gowell. art: lylrs. Mary Gellatly, clothing: Nliss Lillian Anderson. librarian: Mrs. Edith Hild. English' J. R, Hoats. physicsg Frank Erspamer. commercial law.
Run' Zf-Miss Helen Clarke. girls' physical eduintfonz Miss Jessie Lilly, Spanish: XV. B, Hardie, chemistry. arithmetic: Miss Stella Lilly, English: Miss Grace Liddell, Latin: Myron
Carr, physics: Miss Catherine Crim, English: Sheldon Brooks. inlustrial arts: Charles Bonham. forestry: Mrs. Nellie Dr-lany. Englishg Miss Waiida Frederick. home nursing:
George l. Forsyth. industrial arts: Miss Lola E. Friars, history: Mrs. Ecile Haddow, home relations: Weaver J. Allison, history, econamicsz Ellis johnson, boys' physical edu:ation:
Emmett Anderson, band, orchestra: Miss Zaidee Bonney, foods.
Veterans Claim Abe
"It isn't until after you leave high school that you
realize what swell people your instructors were, and
then you begin to appreciate all that they have done
This is a statement made by one of Lincoln's
Proof enough for this statement may be seen every
day in the halls of Lincoln. Returned veterans who,
While in the service, realized just what they would
need in the way of education to fare well through life,
They have returned to place their education in the
hands of Lincoln's competent instructors.
There are also the members of the armed forces who
return to talk to those instructors who stood by them
l when they were in the rough, who aided them more
Upper-Lassies invade Ned's woodshop. I,ont'v4
Mr. Needham takes time out for a picture
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Lisp -10 right. ROW 1 sophomore representative to council: Herb Richert, vice-president. Row 2-Mary Bahler, Lincolnian editor:
Lois Dryden, secretary: d Halverson, president: Helen Rarnstad, finance commissioner: Vina Walters, Girls' Club representative. Row 3-
Chris Nicltolas, junior representative to council: Vernon Sanders, Lincoln News editor: David Gibson, Boys' Club representative: John Tallariti,
senior representative to council.
President Ed's Message
l We sat in silence, pondering the question:
then suddenly, someone raised his hand, eagerly
voiced a solution and one more problem of the
many that confronted the student council con-
cerning the students' welfare Was solved.
Those problems were the hundred and one
little things that had to be done about the
school such as constitution-revising. emblem-
approving, and acting on submitted suggestions.
After having as much fun as we did, it seems
odd to take stock and see the many things we
did accomplish such as the exchange of visits
with Bremerton High School, the presentation
of Christmas presents, purchased with money
contributed by Lincoln students, the trips to
the Detention Home, the bringing of the Ma-
gician's show, and the purchase of the PA.
system for the yell team from the council spon-
sored dance 'iReignbeau Ramble."
The most important project Was the council
sponsored song contest which produced "Lincoln
Fights", an original song written by a Lincoln
student to replace "Onward Lincoln".
From the council and myself go heartfelt
thanks for the splendid cooperation of the
faculty and the student body. We have been
proud to serve you.
Ed Halverson. ASB President
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