Stillwater High School - Kabekonian Yearbook (Stillwater, MN)

 - Class of 1946

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. I' i I in l C .k 0, N' kv jx. All ii ra Li ll ,i OLLAI A I X R . - ' I lui if L mil ll L I l'Al'is Nic-lirilsrm, Hustle-v 3 'VI Ilrl il I ii I MISS MILLER-peppy teacher of Junior High Science-advises eighth grade--directed a play which was presented as a part of the Talent Show. MRS. MILLER-charming, grey-eyed Junior High teacher of general science and social studies-re- signed during the year because of illness in her ta- mily. MISS MISHO-sympathetic, conscientious teach- er of Junior High math-interested in knitting-is supervisor of the library. MR. MYERS-Industrial Arts instructor-enjoys fishing, making boats and furniture-is advisor for the Junior High Rod and Gun Club and the Hobby Club. MISS NICHOLSON-blue-eyed teacher of World History and Economic Geography-is kept very busy as head of the Visual Education Department-advises the Photography Club. MR. NIELSEN-genial mentor of the basketball and football squads-instructs physical education Classes in the Junior and Senior High-is training his four daughters to be cheerleaders. MISS NOLAN-cheerful, diminutive teacher ot seventh grade English-has a pleasing personality that is fondly remembered by her former students. Gvni'ge- Jzinsvri, Cr-cv lin Mzirquzurlt .Iunvt Miller, Aurmzi Dunstzm i . :iii', iw' ,z iv, U - gal C :i r I s 0 ii, Iilvirzi 'Iwwiise-iicl. MISS NORTHFIELD-attractive supervisor of the home economics department-enjoys sewing, good movies, and dancing. MR. OLSON--teaches office training and stenogf raphy-advises the Chess and Checker Club-heads ticket sales for football and basketball-his pride and joy is his little son Peter. MISS POZZINI-capable, energetic teacher of eighth grade English and math-has traveled quite extensively, but always returns to Stillwater. MR. PRYOR--tall, good-natured principal of the Junior High-teaches Senior High physics and ninth grade science-is ready and willing to help out in whatever way he can. MISS SPACE-supervisor of vocal music-pos' sesses a keen sense ot humor-her hobbies read like a busrnans holiday: singing and listening to music. MR. SULLIVAN-witty, good-humored teacher of Sophomore and Junior English-well-known for his dialect stories--directs the Junior and Senior :lass plays. MISS THIMELL-attractive, red-haired English teacher-works diligently as a Heb advisor-guides the Junior Class--acquired a new hobby this year- goldfish. a

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MR. FREEMAN-amiable, nice-looking Ag teach- er-advises the P. F. A.-is responsible tor those en- joyable Barn Dances. MRS. GOWER-brisk, industrious instructor of Senior English-advisor for the Thespians and Dec- lamation-likes gardening and writing to former stu- dents. MRS. GRAMENZ-tall, quick-witted Junior High English teacher-still called Miss Hriesel by forget- tul students-interested in music and designing. MISS HANSON-blonde teacher of algebra and geometry-formerly taught in Granite Falls-likes to crochet. MISS HEDBERG-this popular senorita teaches Spanish and Latin-is advisor tor the Tusitala-cor- responds with many former students-enjoys read- ing and needlework. MR. HOBLIT-dark and handsome teacher of in- dustrial arts who returned to the S. H. S. iaculty after spending some time in the Navy. MR. JANSEN-biology teacher-tamed for his stories-Sophies' advisor from way back-hardwork- ing coach of the B teams, his tirst concern is for the 'Kids'. MR. LANE-singing 'soc.' teacher-ambitious, busy-debate coach-does a variety ot things, from l-..-A1-.. --1l-.. L-A- 1--4fL- 'YN4Q-...' A- L-1.!.... L---.l MISS LEONARD-versatile, vivacious related occupations executive-finds time in her busy sched- ule to write a clever column for the Gazette each week. MRS. LIESENFELD-attractive teacher of typing and office training-hardworking advisor ot the Ar- row-thrilled because her husband is home from overseas. MISS LYSNE--quiet, demure teacher of book- keeping and typing-accountant handling school activities--music, reading, and travel are other in- terests. MISS MADDEN-the ever-energetic health su- pervisor-reads the interesting absence excuses- handles her difficult duties with ease and diligence. MISS MAROUARDT-dynamic, bright-eyed mis- tress oi the chemistry lab-capable advisor ot the Pep Club and the Senior Class- assistant director of the 'Dream'. MISS MAIR-talented, artistic teacher of world history-interested in music and travel-directed the one-act play entered in the district contest. MISS MCMURRAY-peppy, popular gym teach- er--advisor ot G. A. A.-usually busy, but always finds time tor a smile or a cheery greeting. MISS MELUM-the dependable lady with the thankless job of keeping the public school libraries running-other interests are singing and outdoor -, --4- B 9 ,' f ,X Mt- Viola Leonard Myron Myers Jean Miller John Freeman Janet Northfield li X f,.'t,,-. me 5, it e. .,f N, ' .- ,, I . 47" X I l Mary Nolan Dan Sullivan Evelyn Gramenz Clara Wahlers Ethel Gower Dorothymae Thimell Josephine Pozzini

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MISS TOWNSEND-teaches U. S. history-diligent, enthu- siastic-co-advisor of the Iiab-advises the Sponsors Club-is interested in music. MRS. UTECHT-pleasant, capable Junior High instructor- is kept busy by two of her sons, Pat and Dave, when she is not teaching. MISS WAI-ILERS-charming Sophomore English teacher- advisor of the Girl Reserves-is a faithful rooter at all athletic events-her hobby is collecting character dolls. l I I OFFICE FORCE MARGARET CARLSON-soft-spoken, pleasant secretary to Mr. Robbins-a sports fan-sings-likes to travel. SUSAN STEPHEN-new, dark-haired addition to S.H.S.- efficient, alert secretary to Mr. Cafferty. MARION CARLSON-clever, friendly secretary in the .Iu- nior High office-students think she is "swell"-is another en- thusiastic sports fan. Standing: Margaret Carlson, Marion Carlson Seated: Susan Stephen. l A 11 l, '. Bl avknwre, lilsi 1- Fi n k elnhurgz. I ,.. , . VV lllmm IzilSllt'll. lVIm' l Flo1'enr'e U11-vht, Irvm Hedberg, Mart l1.1 gnw! Spam-, V1-rn: Me-Ium, Arthur lluhlil

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