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J. D. MEYER. Principal
J. L. PURDY. Vice Principal
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The Pirettes ami Band performing in "Bells of Freedom-’ at the Merry-Go-Round game.
I N DEDICATING this yearbook to our alumni in the service, we are likewise dedicating ourselves to that part of the great task which is within our scope of accomplishment.
More and more in our daily school life, we are reflecting the motives and ideals of our nation. More and more we are giving consideration to the weighty issues of the present and future. More and more we are turning our hands and our time to the work of restoring peace to the world.
Inspired by those who meet the enemies of freedom directly, we, individually, and collectively, are lending our efforts and our time— indirectly—reinforcing the front lines.
Stamps and bonds have been sold regularly; more and more students are securing part time jobs; those with talent have presented convocations to raise funds and have done much in the way of entertaining near-by service camps. Every request on the part of the Red Cross for money and supplies has been instantly and generously met. Every department of the school has cooperated and all deserve credit.
Symbolizing our deep emotions of devotion to our country and to freedom, are the high-stepping members of our marching unit. It is not only that they marched away with the trophy, but that they marched away with a feeling of having received inspiration, and of having given it. May the bells of freedom ring throughout the entire world in a beautiful peace of tomorrow.
We are proud of those to whom this yearbook is dedicated, and we are proud that we are marching the path of liberation together, dedicated to the same ideal, working toward the same great goal. VICTORY.
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First row, left to right:F. D. Smith. Crinman, M. Doolittle. Copeland. Meyer. Crov by. 0»c.irson, Bvrnc, Sleizer. Grafiou , W. Doolittle. Second row. left to right: I.a Plante. I.. Smith, Wynne, Morrison. Stevens. I.eFevre. Morgan, Canup. Herington, Purdy. Third rowr left to right: Salt . Hainan. Weymouth. Van Austene, Moyer. Mik-kelson. Kapek, Hickman, I. V. Black, Kalinowski. Mills. Fourth rote, left to right: Becher, Hubbard, Barton, Coburn, Anderson. Krnst. Hughes, Ostness. Blair. hifth rote, left to right: Budwin, Zimmerman, Kllingsen.
ADMINISTRATION—J. D. Meyer, Principal; J. L. Purdy. Vice Principal: Mrs. LaVelle Black. Girls' League Adviser; Ray G. Hubbard. Boys Adviser; Carolyn F. Kapek. Librarian; Edith H. Broberg. Study Hall; Mrs. Ernestine Kalinowski, Study Hall; Myrtle Rach, Secretary; Betty Lee. Stenographer.
ENGLISH—Hazel Stevens (Head). Seabury M. Blair. Theadora Budwin, Ray G. Hubbard. Elizabeth Herbert, Mrs. Clarissa Oscarson, Pearl Mary Copeland. Mrs. Mary Canup. Belle Wynne.
MATEMATICS—Walter E. Doolittle (Head). Wallace Mills. Paul Mac Gown. Louis Grafious, Alfred Ostness, Faye Weymouth. Myron Ernst.
COMMERCIAL—A. P. Coburn (Head). Myron Ernst. Rene G. McMahan, Ethel Van Austene. Mary Doolittle.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE Marion Le Fevre. Mrs. Hazel Crosby.
SOCIAL SCIENCE—L. T. Byrne (Head). E. T. Becher. Iva Morrison. A. Louise Smith, James Elsensohn (granted leave for Navy service). Herman Sleizer.
SCIENCE—L. W. Saltz (Head). J. W. Black. James Eaman. E. B. Chrisman. W. L. Herington. Alfred K. Ostness.
MANUAL AND FINE ARTS—A. B. Barton. F. C. Hughes. F. Dale Smith. Aubrey La Plante.
MUSIC—Harold N. Anderson (Head). C. Robert Zimmerman.
HOME ECONOMICS—Edna Herrington. Charste Mikkelson. Ella Moyer. Marion Morgan.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION—Vivian Hickman.
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION—Jack Mooberry. Carl Ellingsen.
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