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Page 13 text:
Administrator, adviser, teacher, friend-these terms make us think
at once of our Princeton Township High School principal, Mr. O. V.
Smoothing out schedule difficulties, providing interesting assemblies,
supervising the many details of school life are all part of Mr. Shaffer's
every-day job. His advice, sought by students and parents, is gladly
given. The class of 1944, particularly, is indebted to him for his
leadership. Despite these administrative duties Mr. Shaffer has not lost
contact with the class room, a fact illustrated by the enrollment in his ever
popular psychology class. Busy as are his days, there is always time for
Mr. Shaffer to be a friend to everyone.
His B. S. degree was earned at Westminster College and his M. S.
at the University of Illinois.
Miss Genevieve Ashdown, 'our dean of girls, is a graduate of Knox
College. She serves as faculty adviser and sponsor to the class of 1945,
the National Honor Society, the Hi-Tri Organization, the Pep Club, and
can be relied upon to support all school social functions. In addition,
she teaches classes in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Miss Ashdown
has the well earned praise and admiration of the entire student body.
Princeton High School is indeed fortunate in having such fine ad-
ministrators as Mr. Shaffer and Miss Ashdown.
0. V. SHAFFEIQ AND MISS ASHDDWN
' LEAD D. T. l'1. S.
MISS GENEX IEVE ASHDOWN MR. O. V. SHAFFER
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MR. FAWCETT MR. BRYANT
MISS UTHOFF MR. PAMP MR SKINNER
BUAIQD CAIQIQIES ON IN TRADITIONAL
Miss Mary Uthoff, Mr. David Pamp, Mr. john Skinner, Mr. Miles
Bryant and Mr. Charles Fawcett comprise the Board of Education of
Princeton Township High School.
Miss Uthoff, class of '02, is extremely well qualified as a School
Board member as she has taught in Lincoln School and has served as
Superintendent of the Bureau County Schools.
Mr. Pamp, while not a grad of P. T. H. S., is nevertheless interested
in the welfare of Princeton young people and gives unsparingly of his
time and energy.
I Mr. Skinner, class of '04, is the financial wizard of the Board and
all funds pass through his hands.
Mr. Bryant, class of '12, is carrying on in the true Bryant fashion
and can be counted upon for efficiency and unselfish service.
Mr. Fawcett, class of '28, is well known to all as an understanding
friend who will help Princeton Township High School students solve
The students of P. T. H. S. feel they are very lucky to have such an
efficient, unselfish, and understanding Board of Education.
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I: A C U I. T 30?
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IVIISS KATHERINE BRYANT-Office
Good-fzatlzredly Jhe hearr the brunt of
MISS EVELYN GRAHAM-A. B. Uni-
versity of Chieaigo. 1
She alll-'ayf dzrplnyr a great enjoynzeul
in her uforh.
MISS JEAN FANSHIER-B. A. Rockford
She won our heart, but we hear an-
olher won herr.
MISS DONNABELLE FRY-B. MUS.
University of Illinois, B. S. University of
A fan of lhe lhree B'J fBavh, Brahmr,
and B66fl20Ut?7ZJ. Harry jamer harlft
cl fhfwfe for har he Pj.
MR. XWILLIAM HOWARD-B. ed. De-
Kalb Teachers' College. '
Hir boyr are of great cofzrerzz to him.
fstanding left to right!
MR JESSE ALLEN-B S University cv
Illinois. ' ' 2.
Hir pep addr much ro the youth q 3'
thir gemflemafz. ,253
MR. DUANE GRACE-B. ed. Eastern
Illinois State Teachers' College, A. M.
University of Illinois.
A .rhilled harhelball player ar well ar
a fdlllily man.
MR. CARL DURKEE-B. S. State Teach-
ers' College, Platteville, Wis.
The gentlemmz behind all the strange
MR. KEITH BARE-B. s. Bradley Poly-
He porrerrer 4 droll if not rubtle
renre of humor.
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