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Page 221 text:
"I don't understand how some people can be bored."
This sentiment was voiced by last year's "Teacher
of the Year", Mrs. Irene Farrell. She finds little time
to be bored in between: working with young people,
playing tennis, reading, and her many other diverse
interests. The new Forensics coach, Mr. Steven Cox,
stays busy directing community theater and travelling
to places such as Greece, Hawaii, and the British
Isles. The illustrious faculty advisor of the "M", Mr.
Dave Coopman, is interested in the gangs of the "20's"
boating, golf, and reading about criminology. Collect-
ing antique dishes, stamps, Yadro figurines, and
Brumm copper are just a few of the things Mrs. Elean-
or Case finds to occupy her spare time. Miss Delores
Beckmann finds taking care of her English sheepdog,
Charley, a full time job, not to mention directing two
school plays a year and community theater. Like many
teachers, Mr. DeWayne Roush is continuing his ed-
ucation by attending graduate classes. When he does-
n't have homework to correct, he enjoys reading, and
he is the assistant Forensics coach.
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Being a teacher can be a rewarding exper-
ience. Mrs. Barb Peterson loves seeing
the acceptance of specially handicapped
students into regular classes. Mr. Colin
Letendre recalls the time a student came
up to him after class and "told me that he
thought I cared". Mr. James Taber simply
gets his pleasure from giving teens guid-
ance and helping them through difficult
times in their lives.
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Once when Miss Curry was working in the
library, a boy from a Technical English
class came up to her and asked her where
"that dude Shakespeare was". After read-
ing about him for a little, he asked if "this
dude was still alive".
Mrs. Wheelock's pet peeve is having her
picture taken. . .Mrs. Pells, the Line
'O Type advisor, always wanted to be a
teacher because both of her parents were
. . .Miss Neumann finds it hard to believe
how some people always manage to be
late. . .Mr. Letendre's favorite quote is
by John Ciandi: "May heaven defend those
who live no lives but their own". . .Miss
Weaver's future career was a toss up be-
tween social work and teaching, but she
decided on the latter because she thought
that its more immediate results would be
more satisfying. . .in the audio visual
department there is a I6 mm projector that
is at least 99 years old, and is still in
use. . .special education gained momen-
tum in Moline in about 1945.
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James Taber Juanita Timson Candice Walters Patricia Weaver Barbara Wheelock
English English Special Education English English
English, Librarians, and Special Ed. 217
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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
216 English, Librarians, and Special Ed.
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DID YOU KNOW THAT . . . Mr.
Boom thinks kids get away with too
much. . .Mr. Lewis thinks kids are
lazier than they used to be. . .Mrs.
Wilford is a former Miss Moline. . .
Mr. Fentem spent three long, hot sum-
mers writing chemistry modules for the
THIS course. . .last year Mr. Fles- r
ner took a leave of absence and drove f
L semis. . .Mrs. Coyne once boughta if it
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can of octopus, but she threw it away
without trying it. . . Mr. Harkey is
an advocate of weighted grades. . .
Mr. Hagberg's favorite food is a siz-
zling steak. . .Miss Hulse is get-
ting tired of teaching, so she may go
into pharmacy . . .although Mr. Brown
likes to travel in the U.S. and Canada
he has no desire to go to Europe. . .
Mrs. Marquadt is teaching here in Mo-
line because her husband was trans- l
ferred to the Arsenal, and she wants a
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, year S rellef before retummg to Cpllege' Mathematics Mathematics Science Mathematics
. . MY. Gagei' LISeCl to be an Gl'lgll'le6l' Barbara Coyne Donald Fentem Gene Flesner James Gager
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he haged it g I' 'slr 5025: Wai e Darrell Goar Milton Hagberg Orville Harkey Delores Hulse
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officer in the Navy, and used to be the Coordinator
principal of a grade school.
218 Mathematics and Science
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