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Students aren't the only ones who
have embarassing moments. Mr.
Daryl Moore cites the time he Xer-
oxed a test, handed it out, and then
discovered that he had Xeroxed the
answers as well. Once when Mrs.
Barbara Wheelock was filling in for
her husband at Blackhawk, a student
called her Mr. instead of Mrs.
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We also aren't the only ones with
pet peeves. Mrs. lva Owen dislikes
insincerity--especially in public
relations. Miss Betty Roseberg finds
it annoying when someone returns
after an absence and says, "Did you
do anything in here yesterday?".
Dishonesty is what the head of the
English department, Miss Opal Car-
son, cites as her pet peeve. Miss
Kathleen Curry, librarian, says the
thing that bothers her the most is
when people infringe on the rights of
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What do teachers think of teaching
in this size school? Miss Weaver
feels that although it is quite large,
it has a real sense of unity, and the
community is behind it. Mrs. Owen
likes the fact that this school tries to
provide an opportunity for the stu-
dents to get an education, but she
also thinks that because of its size
some of them do get lost in the
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Barbara Nuem ann
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