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September 1 934 Tuesday 4 Principal For Twelfth Year Mr. Ray. F. Myers GOALS FOR THE YEAR 1934-1935 Goals for the year were announced by Mr. Myers with the opening of school as follows: 1. Less than 5 per cent failing to do satisfactory work. 2. Success above the average as shown in competition with our speech program. 3. Winning 50 per cent of all athletic contests. 4. A standard in the commercial work that will make our graduates in demand. 5. Additions to art collections in the school. 6. Increased interest in vocal and instrumental music. 7. A new type of school annual. 8. An increased interest of the P.T. A. members in the schools. 9. Greater appreciation of physical training course for girls. 10. Greater percent of students participating in the extra curricula programs. Tage n
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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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September 1934 Tuesday 4 Senior Band Thomas Jefferson band organized under the supervision of Theodore I M. Finney. Members are: Clarinets, Dorothy Osborn, Wilberta Probst, Roy Clemens, Bill Buchman, Lester Murphy, James Garafalo, George Baker ' Junior Ricketts, Emily Bray, Jean Bronell, Margaret Pugh, Marjorie Hum- mel; Tenor saxophone, Elmer Chancellor; Alto saxophone, Ronald Moats, John Adkins; Soprano saxophone, June Reynolds, Wallace Jones; Baritone axophone, Duane Skow; Cornets-Trumpets, Carl Hoffman, Clarke Hodg- fson, Kenny Eakin, Manley Carroll, Coyla Field, Ray Hansen, Ruby -Iilb;rt, Ily Jean Petersen, George Koch, Dean Richardson, Wayne Traylor, June Dohse, Maxine White, Helene Ericksen, Paul Zoffka; Oboe, Ruth White, June Bird; Flute piccolo, Dorothy Knerl; Bassoon, Bryon Bolton; Horns, Ray Myers Jr. Maxine Ferry, Ruth Steinke, Les Emarine; Baritone, Paul Ferrin, Ray Gotthold, Bob Ager, La Verne McClure, Claud O ' Hara; Trombones, Bill Simpson, Bob Brown, Earl Halberg, Lyle Gessford, Lloyd Mumford, Jack Neve, Betty Timmermar; Basses, Marian Auffart, Rex Jordan, Bob Kiger, James Spires, William White, Carl Gardner; Drums, Lloyd France, Carol Ives. ' Ef ieodorc Finney Orchestra Thomas Jefferson orchestra was organized under the su pervision of Theodore M. Finney. Members of the orchestra are: Violins, Marion Auffart, Russel Bain, Sam Carter, Charlotte Foucch, Lillian Fried, Keith Fuller, Clyde Gruver, Geraldine Herndon, Milan Johnson, Pauline Kennedy, Dorothy Lubben, Stuart Moats, Margaret Neill, Clifford Palmer, Mary Ramey, Duane Skow, Lowell Sprinkel, Vera Thomas, Dallas Tjaden, Harold Tornbloom, Naomi Volpp, Gladys Young; Violas, Elizabeth Carrigan, Alice Neuman; Cello, Delbert Booton, Ednah Mohler, Marjorie Shannon; Bassoon, LaVerne Velechowsky; Trumpet, Carl Hoffman, Paul Zoffka; Clarinet, Roy Clemens; Bass, Jerry Maltz, James Spires; Flute, Yvonne Miller; Horn, Betty Johnson; Piano, Ardis O ' Neal, Jean Rayburn. Junior Band The Junior Band organized today under the direction of Mr. Finney consists of the following: David Asbuty, David Burrows, Caroline Calkins, Alfred Clemens, Howard Elliot, Frank Ellison Dorothy Ferry, Maurice Harriman, Joedale Helms. Betty Johnson, Lloyd Johnson, Forrest King Walter Lehmer, Yvonne Miller, Sylvia Myers, Merle Poncelow, Helen Pace, Jack Richardson Kenneth Robinson, Bill Saks, Wanda Shannon, Robert Sherman, George Stiles, LaVerne Velechowsky, Sammy William, Richard Smith, Fred Eatherton, William Spires, Frances Steinke Rosemary Pfoud, and Jack Smith. Junior Orchestra The Junior Orchestra whose organization by Mr. Finney also took place today consists of the following: Richard Brown, Mary Jane Curran, Gerald David, Leona Ellsworth, Roylyn Flaxbeard, Bill Kissel, Barbara Patton, June Reynolds, Dale Roesch, Harlan Sloyter, Maxine Holly, Jiven Burke, May Henderson, Lillian Fried, Milan Johnson, and Margaret Neill. Tage 1 2
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