Mentor High School - Cardinal Notes Yearbook (Mentor, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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s MRS. VIRGINIA RAFERT, B. S, in Ed., Kent State University, Western Reserve University, SUBJECT: art, HUMOROUS INCIDENT IN TEACHING: One day when I was helping various students one at a time by my desk, one of them grew tired of waiting for her turn and sat on the waste paper basket. Mr. Rice happened to drop in and to this girl's and my embarrassment, she got stuck and couIdn't get out of the basket. FRANK F. HIGHAM, B. S. in Ed., Bowling Green State University, University of North Carolina, Fenn College, University of Dayton, HOMEROOM: 7-C, SUBJECTS: American History, global history, HUMOROUS INCIDENT IN TEACHING CAREER: In my first class of social problems I had seniors. Toward the end of the year, the feminine half of the class had their school careers WILLARD C. BARNES, B. S. in Ed., Bowling Green State Universi The Stout Institute, SUBJECT: industrial arts. tv, wrecked lfor a day or sol when they learned I was married. RUTH ISABELLE BROWN, B. A., Western Reserve University, Flora Stone Mather, B. S. L. S. Western Reserve University Library School: Librarian. MRS. ELIZABETH I-IEFNER, A. B., Baldwin Wallace, HOMEROOM: ll-A, SUBJECT: home economics, HUMOROUS INCIDENT IN TEACH- ING CAREER: In my first year of teaching, I learned that ap- pearances are often deceiving. After cooking grape juice for hours attempting to make it jell, I discovered "by tcsting" that the white "stuff" in the sugar cannister had been switched from sugar to salt.

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HOWARD BARNES, A. B., B. S. in Ed., Oberlin College, Columbia University, Kent State University, Brooklyn College, Western Reserve University, HOMEROOM: IO-B, SUBJECTS: biology, gen- eral science, photography, physics, HUMOROUS INCIDENT IN TEACHING CAREER: Confusing moment: Boy in rear of room asks, "Mr. Barnes, what makes the stomach rumble?" WILLIAM NORDMAN, B. S. in Ed., Dana Musical Institute, Hiram College, Kent State University, department. CLARENCE W. PHILLIPS, B. S. in Ed., Ohio University, Ohio State University, HOMEROOM: 9-C, shorthand, principles of business. SUBJ ECT: instrumental music LES MICHAEL, A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio State University, HOMEROOM: I0-A, SUBJECTS: hygiene, physical education. SUBJECTS: bookkeeping, law, MRS. J. G. PECK, A. B., Flora Stone Mather College, Western Reserve University, HOMEROOM: 9-A, SUBJECTS: Spanish, English, HUM- OROUS INCIDENT IN TEACHING CAREER: When I was just out of college, it was both embarrassing and funny to be assured most earnestly by one of my students that I didn't look a day over thirty.



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Y I I Q. I I. I I r I I I I I. IU? lr If F I I I I 'Tf OREN T. CASEY, B. S.: Kent State University: SUBJECT: industrial arts. .a MAXYNE L. SPRING, B. S. in Ed.: Miami University, Northwestern University: HOMEROOM: I0-C: SUBJECTS: typing, office practice, principles of business: HUMOROUS INCIDENT IN TEACHING CAREER: Having chicled the fellows for their lack of chivalry toward the fairer sex, a teacher was amazed the next day by the solemn young men forming an archway to her chair, One gallant seated his teacher. But then the normal bedlam broke loose again. NELL GIFFIN, B, S. in Ed.: M. A.: Muskingum College, Ohio Northern University, Ohio State University: HOMEROOM: 7-B: SUBJECT: mathematics: HUMOROUS, INCIDENT IN TEACHING CAREER: When I returned to a study hall for some forgotten papers, I realized that afternoon dismissal had converted the place into a wrestlers' dressing room! The rest of the story is too embar- rassing to be repeated and too humorous for words. HELEN CRAIG, A. B.: Lake Erie College, Columbia University, Western Reserve University: HOMEROOM: 9-B: SUBJECT: Latin: HUMOR- OUS INCIDENT IN TEACHING CAREER: Multa sunt sed per- scribere in hoc loco longurn est. MRS. BERYL BUHLER, B. S. in Ed., M. S.: Ohio State University, Columbia University: SUBJECT: home economics: HUMOROUS OUS INCIDENT IN TEACHING CAREER: Through on accident I was found wearing rolled stockings by my principal when the idea was "taboo" for teachers. I was hastily reprimanded.

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