Yates Center High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Yates Center, KS)

 - Class of 1942

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miniiffzafion Awfafsmsnf of Ayuflazinfancfsnzf DUCATION IS the surest safeguard of our democracy. An enlightened citizenship is essen- tial to its social well being and progress. Whenever too little at- tention is paid to this great agency of democratic growth, the nation is bound to suffer through the inefficency of its people. N. L. LANCASTER. E P LESSIG E. L. KIRKPATRICK Prmcmal 2nd Semester principal lst semester X ll

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t is the youth of today who will have the task of rebuilding the world of tomorrow. So it is our task to help them to be responsible, moral, healthy, and hopeful citizens. Youth loves responsibility. They love the feeling of success in doing. This annual itself is an example. So let us provide the opportunities for our fine youth. Today democracy must not only be taught, it must be lived. To live democracy we need an educational system which teaches our boys and girls to think through situations- local, national and international. Let us not fail our youth!-but rather let us HI-Iold high the torch! You did not light its glow- 'Twas given to you by other hands. you know. 'Tis yours to keep it burning bright, Yours to pass on when you no longer need the lightfl situ. afvslfis .sliuiisfizrurz U55 Board of Education Mrs. Mussclman ......... ...,.,.,.,.... P resident C. G. Plumb ..,,,,,.... ..,.... V ice President Dean Randall.. ..,,,. .... Secretary Mrs. John Schnell .....,,,.................. Treasurer Dean Randall, who is secretary, was ap- pointed by the Board to fill out the unex- pired term of Leo Mills. From Left to Right: Mrs. C. E. Musselman, Mrs. Ted West, H. A. West, Dean Randall, C, G. Plumb, W. L. Var- num 10



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acuffbzf Efficient and accurate, even in minute details, Mr. Lancaster has made an excellent Superintendent as well as a teacher. He has always been willing to give suggestions and advice to all students, occasionally spicing conversations with a surprising bit of humor. Since he came here three years ago he has begun an annual Music Week and started the yearly Homecoming, both new ideas in Yates Center. He holds an A. B. degree from Phillips Uni- versity, and an M. Ed. from Oklahoma University. Miss Gunnerson, of the commercial department, has many friends in the community acquired by her active participation in community affairs and long years of service to the school. Having the reputation of insisting upon perfect transcriptions by her students, she and her department are often called upon to type tests, programs, records, and announcements by all def partments of the school. She has an A. B. degree and a Bachelor of Accts. degree from Bethany College, Lindsborg, and graduate work from Colorado State Teachers College, Greeley. Master mathematician, Miss Ireland is also sponsor of the pep club and Student Council, and is an expert amateur photogra- pher. With a B. S. degree from K. S. T. C., Pittsburg, her prepara- tion in mathematics was most thorough and extensive. She em- phasized the linking of the fundamentals and theory of mathe- matics with the practical application. Miss Ireland, always conscientious in her work, carried much of the responsibility for making the '41 Homecoming a success. In divers ways she has been an influence for good throughout the school. English, literature, journalism-these are the subjects Mrs. Sykes is credited with teaching on the enrollment blanksg but besides these subjects her pupils learn impressionable lessons in fairness, persistence, kindness and friendliness. Mrs. Sykes' work is her hobby. She spends countless hours working with her journalism class on the Wildcat's Howl, at- tempting to read all books reported on by her students Cin so do- ing she keeps herself well readl, and making out tests which she thoroughly enjoys if she thinks she has created one that will bring feigned sighs of despair from her class. She has a B. S. degree from K. S. T. C., Emporia, and graduate work at the Uni- versity of Kansas. Years of patient service as sponsor of the Girl Reserves has made Miss Geith remembered by her students. Her classes in English profit by her keen mind and learn from her great say- ings of famous people-one of which she writes on the black board each week. Not only is she a lover of literature, she her- self is an author. From Western Union College in LeMars, Iowa, she has an A. B. degree and graduate work at the University of New Mexico. A man with an engaging and delightful personality is Mr. Mohler, science and mathematics teacher. His many outside activities include the sponsorship of the Hi-Y Club. He spends much time at his hobby of gardening and poultry raising. Mr. Mohler received his A. B. degree from the University of Kansas, his B. S. in Education from Central Missouri State Teachers College at Warrensburg. He has taken graduate work at .Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. 12 o

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