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Page 12 text:
Miss Helen Stilwell, whose personality de-
velopment classes have brought out the great
charm of Oakwood's Lumberjacks, teaches am-
bitious Loggers to speak French in the best
Parisian tradition. Miss Iosephine Auld's talents
do not end with her Latin I and English classes,
for this well-liked newcomer to the Oakwood
faculty coaches the junior high Lumberjill hockey
team as well. Keeping the woodsmen well in
hand in her Latin classes, Miss Georgia Baker
often holds some timely and educational "pow-
wows" which vie with Caesar and Virgil for first
place in the minds of thoughtful Lumberjacks.
Mrs. Richard Latham directs the commercial de-
partment. Loggers completing a typing course
under her supervision have left the two fingered
hunt-and-peck system far behind.
Deep-voiced Edmund L. Bigelow who teaches
history and science is well-known in the Lumber--
jack sports' world as coach of the baseball team.
Towering over the younger Lumberjacks in the
junior high is Stanley McGowan who, besides
instructing them in math, keeps order in the junior
high trails. Supervising the printing department
and teaching mechanical drawing and algebra
occupy A. M. Hoffman's Oakwood hours. An
expert in the world of history is William D. Kuhns.
who keeps his classes in social science and his-
tory on their toes with his famous surprise quizzes
and oversize maps. Good-natured Iohn W.
Dougherty heads the manual arts department
and teaches math to the seventh grade green-
horns. In the junior high forest Charles Moore's
history, science, and biology students leave his
classes with a thorough knowledge of these sub-
jects. Famous for his inspiring pep talks and
humorous comments to dreamy-eyed students in
his history classes, Oliver N. Iohnson guides the
seventh grade football squad on to victory.
Ralph Hartzell, head of the music department.
lends his excellent advice to the Woodchoppers'
band, orchestra, and chorus.
Mr. Bigelow Mr. Dougherty
Page 11 text:
Filling two important posts as boys' athletic
director and assistant principal of the junior high
school, Mack Hummon this year has coached the
varsity football team on to a successful season.
Adding another undefeated season to her list this
year, Miss Bess Hayner, girls' athletic director,
coaches the Lumberjills' successful hockey teams
and is beloved by all-including members ot her
Thomas D. Brown Ir.'s thought provoking ques-
tions manage to stump his hard working history
students most of the time. Captain Brown also occu-
pies the important post of dean ot boys. Mrs. Thomas
D. Brown, Ir., dean of girls, advises college bound
'Iills and directs Girls' League besides teaching
English to the upper classmen.
Assisting the Oakwoodites in understanding
and speaking their own English language more
fluently is the job ot Mrs. Frances S. Kampmeyer,
who also explains the mysteries of Shakespeare
to them. Miss Myriam Page, who is now ending
her first year at Oakwood, is well liked for the
interesting as well as educational assignments
which her English classes receive. Miss Alice
Hunter augments her English classes with anec-
dotes and extra bits of information which are ot
much interest to the loggers. English, Spanish,
journalism and creative writin classes kee Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Brown
Mildred Campbell busy: but she still finds time to
act as Acorn adviser, a position which carries with
it great trial and tribulation.
Mrs. Kampmeyer, Miss Page, Miss Hunter, Miss Campbell
Page 13 text:
Another head ranger of commercial subjects,
Mrs. Robert Kirkland, is also secretary in the junior
high office where she is aided by a corps of
efficient office assistants. Future Lumberjill home
makers can thank Mrs. Helen Russell, head of
the home economics department, for their knowl-
edge of sewing and cooking. Miss Lou K. Weber,
art teacher of the lumber camp, encourages any
potential Rembrandts in our midst. Under her
excellent guidance, art students win much praise
and many awards. Stopping in twice a week,
Miss Gertrude Mendenhall guides the future art-
ists of the junior high tree farm in drawing and
painting. Miss Margaret Steindorf is head librar-
ian in the forestry of books where the best in
Lumberjack literature can be found. She also in-
structs the eighth grade Loggers in English.
Oakwood students planning to tour South
America after the war receive Spanish instruction
from Iohn M. Martin who has also had a very
successful year supervising the eighth grade foot-
ball team and the public speaking department
which brought in more than the usual amount
of awards this year. Earl Marsh's many math
classes don't fill up all of his time, for he also
coaches the varsity basketball team and the
ninth grade football team. Familiar to all are
Mr. Marsh's subtle remarks to unprepared for-
esters. ln addition to teaching history and English
to Oakwood Woodchoppers, William L. Sanders
each night presents a roundup of the day's news
for radio station WHIO. Carlos Crum's science-
minded Loggers when not studying for a daily
quiz, perform experiments in chemistry and
physics under their teacher's able guidance.
There have been no casualties-yet! George
McClellan's system for keeping his math and
science pupils alert will be well remembered
by those who disobeyed Ranger McClellan only
to find their homework assignment doubled or
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