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Page 162 text:
Ciikrry, I. Dasher, Im. Dasiibr, H. F. Furnas, H. Furnas Gaines, Gaston, Gilbert, Grafton J. Graves, M. Graves, Greennvade
Roberta Gaston Girl Reserves; Dramatic Club.
Byron Cherry Debate; Track; Hi-Y; Football.
Ill a Dasher Girl Reserves; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Chorus.
Illamae Dasher Girl Reserves; Orchestra; Dramatic Club.
Harold F. Furnas Track; Hi-Y; Glee Club; Dramatic Club.
Howard Furnas Basket Ball; Hi-Y; Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Track.
Stephen Gaines Football; Hi-Y; Basket Ball; Track; Glee Club; Chorus; Debate; Class President.
Helen Gilbert Girl Reserves; Orchestra; Latin Club; Class Treasurer.
Mabel Graves Girl Reserves.
AS FRESHMEN, the Class of 1930 was distinctive; we were the first ninth grade to be included in the junior high school. We appreciated this, as it enabled us to spend another year with our teachers, Miss Brandt and Mrs. Price.
We were a gay, green group, numbering thirty-five, and with “Jack” Vander-ford President, spent a highly successful year, partaking in orchestra, basket ball, High School Night, football, parties and journalism.
Page 161 text:
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
High School Operetta " Patricia
From the standpoint of the pupil, the quality of the teaching of the student teacher under careful supervision compares favorably with average teaching. Graduates of the Training School have made a very fair showing in college. The Training School is well represented in every list of college honor students. Student teachers arc well liked by the pupils; among the younger pupils one hears many expressions of attachment for this or that student teacher, while in high school, a wholesome spirit of co-operation exists between the pupils, student teachers and supervisors.
The Training School as a means of developing skill on part of the young teacher is growing in favor with educators. It is increasingly recognized as being essential in the training of teachers. Because of this recognition, newer and more stringent standards for training schools have been adopted by accrediting agencies. Our school measured up to these newer standards.
THE Training School is the place in which the novice teacher gets the first experience in handling a class. It is here that worries over lesson-plans, discipline, and hard-boiled supervisors begin. Also, here it is, where many first find the real joy and satisfaction which come through leading and guiding children in the learning processes, through being instrumental in their development. Although some student teachers find teaching irksome, many enjoy it. Practically every student teacher is vitally interested in the success of his group. It is quite common for one finishing his own teaching to concern himself about his successor and express satisfaction or regret according to the desirability of the successor.
L. B. Matiikws
Page 163 text:
Grover, Hanlon, Hays, Kingsolver, Landolt Majors, Merritt, Newton. Pate Richardson, Rawson, Rowen
Ivan N. Newton Basket Ball; Hi-Y; Football; Track Glee Club; Dramatic Club.
Opal Grover Girl Reserves; Glee Club; Orchestra; Chorus; Debate; V-Pres.
Mary H. Hanlon Orchestra; Glee Club; Girl Reserves; Dramatic Club.
Robert Pate Basket Ball; Football; Track; HUY Debate; Dramatic Club.
Lola Hays Girl Reserves; G. A. A.
Velmas Richardson Orchestra; Girl Reserves.
Harriet Ann Kingsolver Dramatic Club; Orchestra; Girl Reserves
Katherine L. Landolt Girl Reserves; G. A. A.
Dela Merritt Latin Club; Girl Reserves.
Shirley Rowen Dramatic Club; Girl Reserves.
SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR YEARS
AS SOPHOMORES we did nothing spectacular, but steady, dependable students, sponsoring the usual parties. M. I. N. K. contests, football, basket ball and track played an important part in our lives during these two years.
The outstanding event in our Junior year was the Junior-Senior banquet. Both Helen Gilbert, Sophomore President, and Mac Dunning, Junior President, proved to be efficient leaders for our class.
Thus we stumbled thru Caesar and Solid Geometry.
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