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Page 12 text:
Miss Garden, Mrs. Engene, and Mrs. Mac-
lnnes, lhe home economics leachers, are shown
here enioying a Iighr lunch during lheir vacanl
period. Alrhough These leachers are well ac-
guainled wirh Jrhe girls, Jrhey are nol as well
lcnown by lhe boys. Someone has said Jrhal
Jrhere is only one sure way lo find Jrhe cooking
class. Follow your nose.
Mr. Burningham, Miss Vincenl, and Mr.
l-lolrz are shown loolcing over a musical score
lor one ol lhose lavish musical speclacles for
which rhey are famous. Mr. Burningham, well-
lcnown because of his choir and glee club, is
Jrhe man in charge og Jrhe musical scores for
Chrislmas and Easler programs which are a
Jrradilion here al Marshall. Miss Vincenl lrains
'rhe juniors in lhe Junior Glee Club and chorus
classes for lulure posilions in Jrhe senior classes.
Through her eflorls new proreges move up Jro
lhe ranlcs early. The amiable Mr. l-lollz, band
direclor, is rapidly becoming recognized as a
masler musician in lhe field of marching bands.
Under his direcrion Jrhe band has parlicipaied
in all sporls and school aclivilies, war bond
drives, and audilorium programs.
Miss Roslcilly and Miss Srevning of lhe Ar?
Deparrmenl examine a specimen from The Ar?
Crall class. ln Jrhis class The emphasis is on
carving, design weaving, dances. vaudeville
shows, and hobby shows. "Grea+ oaks from
lirlle acorns grow," and who lcnows, we may
have a Jon Wircomb or Granl Wood in our
Marshall's well-srallfed Social Science De-
parrmenr under Jrhe guidance of Miss Wesr,
Miss Anderson, Mr. Sova, Miss Arlander,
librarian, Mr. Lien, Mr. SaHer, Mrs. Waddell.
Page 11 text:
IT was The Army's gain and Marshall's
loss when Mr. Cooper leTT us To assume his
duTies as CapTain in The UniTed STaTes
Army. l-lis cheerTulness and good sporTs-
manship will be Truly missed during These
Trying Times, and The sTudenTs aT Marshall
would like To Take This opporTuniTy To wish
him all The good luck possible.
Soon aTTer The deparTure of Mr. Cooper,
Mr. Blume was appoinTed principal. l-le
eTFicienTly sTepped in and kepT The pulse oT
The school beaTing aT iTs normal raTe. As
one Triend was losT, anoTher was gained as
he and his adminisTraTion carried us Through
anoTher successful year.
Mr. Samuelson Took over The duTies oT
assisTanT principal aTTer Mr. Mason and
Cully Swanson leTT Tor various war services.
To This newcomer aT Marshall, we should like
To exTend a welcome hand.
ln The second picTure we see Mrs. Leem-
huis, counselor, and Mrs. Champine, visiTing
Teacher, looking over The record oT a Mar-
shall l-ligh School sTudenT. During The course
oT The year, Mrs. Leemhuis has assisTed The
seniors greaTly in securing inTormaTion con-
cerning enlisTmenT. Mrs. Champine has The
diTTiculT iob of arranging work schedules Tor
sTudenTs during school hours and meeTing
The various problems ThaT arise concerning
NexT is Mrs. Mack in one oT her Tree
momenTs, oT which There are Tew. NOT only
does The indispensable Mrs. Mack Take care
of The duTies oT school nurse, buT she also
conducTs Tour classes a week in home
By The looks oT The office sTaTT, iT has
been one oT Those rare days wiTh nobody
absenT or Tardy. Included in The picTure
are Miss Goring, Mrs. l-laas, and Miss
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and Mrs. Monlanlq has had Jrhe added burden
of The inlerpreialion ol Jrhe vvar, iis causes
and eHec+s, in addilion ro lhe reaching of rhe
regular subiecls. From Jrhe lime Mr. Sova
exposes us lo geography and Mr. Lien lo Com-
muniiy Civics uniil we complelre our worlc wilh
Mr. Salier in Modern Problems, lhe cilrizenship
building deparlmonl coniribuies valuable lead-
ership Jro The siudenl body.
The English Deparfmeni under Mrs. Leem-
huis, Mrs. Capsrick, Miss Chapman, Miss Dahl,
Miss Boyson, Mrs. Kane, Miss Slcalbeclc, Miss
Simonei, Miss Henry, Miss Shannon, and Mr.
Qlsen conlribuies much io rhe well-rounded
educarional program of rhe school. From Jrhe
lime grammar is inlroduced unlil we reach
Shakespeare and Lamb's essays, individual as
well as colleciive wrilring and speaking are
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