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September 1934 Tuesday - 4 New Faculty Members Mr. C. E. Daggett The new economics and salesmanship instructor who replaces Mr. Leslie Hays is Mr. C. E. Daggett, who former- ly taught typing and shorthand at Menomonie, Wisconsin. He attended Whitewater State College at Whitewater, Minnesota, and plans to earn his M.A. degree at the Uni- versity of Iowa next summer. Mr. H. J. Jones The lyplng and shorthand instructor who replaces Mr. O. R. Wessels is Mr. H. J. Jones, who came here from Sigourney, lew a, where he was head cf the commercial de- paitn ent He cbtained his B. A. degree at Parsons College Faiifield, Ii wa, and his M. A. at the University of Iowa, Mr. Jones also studied at the Capital City Commercial College at Des Moines, Iowa, and Gregg School, Chicago Tage g
Page 12 text:
Twelfth Year Opens Thomas Jefferson High School began its twelfth year with a total enrollment of 955 students, distributed among the five classes as follows: eight grade, 99; freshman, 280; sophomores, 235; juniors, 181; and seniors, 160. The faculty consisted of 34 members, including four new instruct- ors: C. E. Daggett, economics; Mr. Edwin King, debate and English IV; Mr. Harold Jones, typing and shorthand; Mr. Doron Warren, vocal and history instructor. In 1922, the second semester of our school ' s existence there was a total enrollment of 726 stu- dents from the 7th to the 11th grade inclusive. From October 1927, until now the registration has been as follows: 1927- 754; 1928- 788; 1929- 812; 1930- 779; 1931- 869; 1932 970; and 1933- 994, The first curriculm offered in the school consisted of the following subjects; English, Latin, physical training, domestic arts, fine arts, French, Spanish, arithmetic, music, printing, commercial subjects, geography, algebra, history, commercial arithmetic, civics, manual training, drawing, geo- metry. The first instructors in the school were as follows; Ruth Troup, Elizabeth Aker, Jessie M. Alworth Bailey, Myrtle Barrett, Clarence O. Berg, Myra Lislie Bishop, H. F. Blank, Elizabeth F. Brigham, O. A. Bump, Miriam Roena Fish, Hellen D. Fletcher, Margaret Galiher, J. C. Grason Mina Harsch, W. E. Hutton, Laurel Lee Isac, Elizabeth King, Winifred Johnson, J. R. McComb. I. F. Mueller, Isabel Orris, Mildred V. Osmundson, Elsie M. Powers, Clara Rauber, Minnie B Rupp, Belle G. Soukup, Sara O. Sperle, Edna A. Stewart, Belle Tilton, W. H. Thompson, Laura, E. Williams. The faculty from 1934 until now has varied consistently in number as the following will how: 1924- 37; 1925-41; 1926- 43; 1927- 43; 1928- 43; 1929- 39; 1930- 31, 40; 1932- 41; 1933- 38, and 1934- 31. The instructors who have been with us since 1922 are :Elizabeth Aker, O. A. Bump, Winifred Johnson, I. F. Mueller, Elsie M. Powers, Mrs. Clara Strickland, Minnie B. Rupp, Belle G. Soukup. Enrollment by course this year is as follows: college preparatory, 241; commercial, 412; industrial 63, and general 83 students. Tage8
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September 1934 Tuesday 4 New Faculty Members Mr. D. L. Warren The assistant history and vocal instructor is Mr. D. L. Warren, who was superintendent of Malcolm, Iowa schools. He has attended Fletcher College at Oskaloosa and took gtaduate work at the University of Iowa. Mr. E. J. King The debate and English IV instructor who replaces Mr. Hugh F. Seabury is Mr. E. ]. King, who, prior to coming to Council Bluffs, taught journalism at Creston, Iowa. He got his B. A. degree at the University of Iowa and later went to the University of Wisconsin. He is now working on his M. A. degree. Tage 10
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