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Mr. William J. Donnelly
Mr. Roy C. Bullington
From the podium, proof positive that
women started the Civil War, that Betsy
Ross did not make the tirst American
flag, that Washington sat down while
crossing the Delaware. Vigorous droodles
on the blackboard-A Battle Plan! And,
in the distance, sounds of drum and tife.
Nearer at hand, Mr. Donnelly, teacher
of American history, adviser of Current
Forum, rider ot motorcycles.
With, "Quiz. Get a quarter sheet ot paper,"
Mr. Brady, chin in hand and elbow on Sling
cabinet, pretaces the world history period. Eng-
lish is his other assigned subject, the Riverlet
his assigned worry, music and a hydroplane his
"Play ball!" Familiar words are these to Mr. Bullington,
River's baseball fan and coach. Each spring brings the
desire to qualify for the state playoffs, Mr. Bullington
has become noted for his words of encouragement to oi
lagging team. Anecdotes brighten his world history,
international relations and social problems classes, im-
pressing upon one's mind a vivid picture ot an otherwise
hazy character or event in history.
Career counseling and advising the l-li-Y Club
are major extra-curricular activities tor
Mr. Agnor, while world history and algebra are
his classroom subjects. ln his spare time he
enjoys reading, golfing, singing, and, after a
little pressure from his vvife, birdvvatching, His
cjuiclc grin at a joke is a pleasure to see.
Mr. Marion Brady
Mr. Herbert E. Agnor, Jr.”