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Page 17 text:
Another person Wlom We
w I l l n ot
soon forget is Rulon T. Shepherd, who, as
Assistant Superintendent of Mesa district
schools, has shown untiring ettorts to de-
velop the new plan.
Mr. Shepherd, as well as Superinten-
dent Taylor, has had the tremendous re-
sponsibility ol meeting with all school offi-
cials to try and iron out all the wrinkles
bound to be tound in anything new.
He also has chorge ot the extensive
bus system which would atlect many ol
you it it became tangled.
Our sincere thanks to one ot the
builders ot Mesa High.
N. 5 4 V eggs
Assistant Superintendent Rulnn T. Shepherd
Mrs. Mary Bc-llc Noble ki-eps the officu running smooth ly, liiirvey L, Tuylm' calls in students nl' various gxwxftvs.
Page 16 text:
Slllll'l'iIli.l'lNll'l1l Harvey li, 'Piiylor
We have given 'O You "W
best of Supere
intenclents in Harvey L, Taylor, who, this
year, has had the added burden of being
superintendent of all Mesa district schools.
Since this plan is a new one for Mesa,
there is a lot ol extra work connected
with it. Mr. Taylor again showed he is a
good man to do things right.
ln his tourteen years as your, and
our, friend he has done much to build
Mesa High into a greater school, and
through his understanding ot teen-agers,
his initiative and wholehearted effort, he
has proved that he can be entrusted in
the all-important task ot helping us to
shape your lives.
The new svhniil set-up i-:ills fur Q-nrir'rtii1:itMl effort, Van L. Sullivan. IG. R Briirihall. I. It Rlwiiin H 'I' Slwiiliwil
Page 18 text:
MARY l!ltIl.I.l41 NOBl.I'l
Secretary ta Superintendent
. FRED H. PA'l'1'l'IRSON
I l"RANC'l'Jl.l,E .IOHNNUN
' h thought to the iob ot the librarian? When the
Have you ever given WC . l
students needed a pin, ink, stapler, scotch tape, rub-
ber bands, paper clips, paste and ennumerable other articles, they usually went to Mrs.
Johnson, who always had these things on hand.
Her iob is much more involved than that, though. Did you know that the month of
August, while our children are enjoying a vacation on the coast or swimming at the pool,
Mrs. Johnson is in the library faithfully working? When a teacher changes his room, the
library has to move too, and it is Mrs. Johnson's job to see that all these books are in the
proper place. When new books arrive, it is her iob to put a card and pocket in each
book and see that they are distributed.
Mrs. Noble, who was business manager and also personal secretary to Mr. Taylor,
has given her iob of handling money to Mr. Andersen and has taken the responsibility
ot being private secretary to the Superintendent, and to the Assistant Superintendent, Mr.
Fred Patterson, known to all the students as "Pat," has an extra iob this year. He
spends his mornings in the grammar schools doing various iobs. His afternoons are spent
at Mesa High interviewing students who are failing. He also checks on one period ab-
sences and calls us parents when our children are continually absent.
These seemingly unimportant people are, in reality, some ot the hardest working
members ot your high school staff.
Mrs. Johnson aids students in selecting reading material. "Pat" checks up on hall passes
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