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Page 91 text:
Mrs. Susan Hackl Mr. Stanley Kezele
English, A.F.S. Advisor, English
Mrs. Lucille Koss Mrs. Charlotte Mahoney
S.A. English, Adv. English, English
Mr. James Murtaugh Mrs. Luella Pope
English Adv. Comp., Creative Writing,
Journalism, English, Cavalier
Trying to increase his speed and comprehension, reading center student
Mike Rich, uses a reading accelerator.
Mrs. Hackl tries to impress her students with the importance of the
American Literature which she is teaching.
Page 90 text:
English Cultivates Communication
Through new literature books and traditional grammar
the English Department helped students improve their lan-
guage and literature skills. Seniors viewed "merry old
England" as they read everything from Malory's Arthurian
tales to contemporary 20th Century English stories. Juniors
studied American literature paralleling their United States
History course, while the Sophomores took a general look
at all types of literature. Grammar, however, still posed
the problem of proper punctuation and sentence structure.
Those students with a flare for writing elected advanced
composition and creative writing.
To articulate effectively with a purpose was the obiect
of speech classes. First semester concentrated on basic Q
procedures of organizing a speech. Speech ll acquainted l -f"
students with debate, discussion, and speeches for special Miss Mqrie 'rheorei Miss Violet Asimont
occasions. The drama class centered on dramatic skills, Dept, Chairman, Adv. English, S. A, English, English,
winding up the year with "The Mouse That Roaredf' Adv- Comp., English F-T-A- Adviiof
Mr. Raymond Calenberg Miss Eunice Doring Miss Jaclyn Gorsuch Mr. Norman Gradecki
Speech, Student Council Advisor, Adv. English, English English, Speech, Debate Club English, Head Basketball Coach
Stage Crew Director
"Return with us now to the thrilling days of yesteryear" as Mr. Colenberg's speech class records an old radio play.
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Miss Sheila Quinn Miss Mildred Schwaub
lNot Picturecll English
Mr. DeForrest Waller Mr. Daniel Wisniewski
Reading Improvement English
Mr. Stanley Wisniewski Mrs. Edith Yankee
English Librarian, Library Club
Mrs. Mary Sorensen Mrs. Pauline Stanwitt
English, Cavalier Annual Advisor Speech, Jr. Counselor, Blue Mask
Drama Club, Senior Class Play
In a speech of demonstration, Norbert Dretzka interestingly explains
the functions of the various parts of his guitar.
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