Oakwood High School - Acorn Yearbook (Dayton, OH)

 - Class of 1944

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Miss Stewart Mrs. Kyle Miss Nadine Stewart, secretary to the super- intendent, has a Wide variety of duties. She makes out the daily absence lists, handles tele- phone calls, keeps records, and does many other smaller tasks. She is assisted by an industrious group of Lumberjacks who serve capably and efficiently. Mrs. Charles Kyle keeps careful accounts of Lumberjack financial affairs. Her duties include making out and distributing faculty payroll, com- puting the school income tax, and paying bills. Dr. Lautenschlager HUD A friendly haven to all Loggers is the Lum- berjack clinic Where expert medical service is dispensed free of charge to ailing Woodchoppers who have lost control of their sharp axes or fallen ill from overlong exposure to icy forest blasts. In the morning Dr. Harry W. Lautenschlager comes to prescribe for the sick. Mrs. Robert Brum- baugh, school nurse, is present all day to assist Dr. Lautenschlager and to carry on when he is gone. Mrs. Brumhaugh

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Mrs. Kirkland Mrs. Russell Miss Weber Miss Mendenhall Miss Steindorf 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 tripled! Mr. Martin Mr. Marsh Mr. Sanders Mr. Crum Mr. McClellan



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