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O The Faculty, Their Interests and Activities O
In this section we want to include. besides
the activities of the faculty. some facts and
figures about the school. This year Tamaqua
Senior High School had a population of 554.
The girls outnumbered the boys by a slight
margin. 284 to 270. The number of resident
or town pupils was 339 while the out of town
pupils numbered 2131. There were sixteen daily
subject teachers and three special instructors.
There were only two substitute teachers this
year. Mrs. Clarence Hess. who frequently
taught her son, a -junior. and Mrs. Richard
jones. whose husband is on the faculty.
Our medical and dental staffs include Dr.
Gordon VVeayer as school doctor. Mrs, Anna
T. Griffiths as school nurse, Dr. N. Forrest
as dentist. and Miss Eva Scarloss as dental
hygienist. The attendance ofiicer was Mr. Ed-
Those who frequent the library know quite
well our librarian and secretary, Mrs. Madden.
and her pleasant manner. Her two able Senior
assistants were Lois Klingaman and Nancy
Nladden. Pauline Holmberg and .Ioann Mantz
were the junior helpers,
The school library contained fifteen hundred
books. fifteen magazines. countless college cata-
logs. and two newspapers. This year the old
projector was replaced by a new oneva gift
from the Senior class. In addition to the new
projector. Tamaqua High is equipped with a
public address system. a slide projector. and an
opaque projector. and a new record player.
In addition to these facts. there are some
items about the faculty worthy of mention. Mr.
Hartwig is the proud father of twin daughters.
Miss Wall added a new car to her possessions.
Miss Bahrt gave many people an interesting
evening when she secured the world's cham-
pion typist for a Commercial Club meeting.
Mr. Purnell coached a very good basketball
team. Miss Rupert became Mrs. Madden in
February. Miss Mohrbach became Mrs. Lowe.
The rest of this section contains other infor-
mation about the faculty.
Here :Le hare nn informal meeting of .UL Stine and sezeml faculty membery in the lzlnflry.
The problem being discussed :rm evidently not I1 ierioui one.