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Petite and charming, Mrs. Margaret Anderson adapt-
ed herself to the difficult role of dramatics coach when
entering Y. C, H. S. in the midst of the second semester
activities of this year. She teaches speech, Latin, English
Everyone knows Mrs. Anderson by her sweet smile,
sparkling eyes and pleasing personality. She won many
friends during the short time she has been in Y. C. H. S.
Mrs. Anderson has a B. S. degree from K. S. T.C,
Pittsburg, and has done under graduate work at the
University of Colorado.
Miss Crocker was instructor of vocal home economics
until she rcisgned her position in March. Co-sponsor of
Girl Reserves and the senior class sponsor, she was will-
ing to help in all outside activities. With her neat white
uniform, she was seen readily in the halls making
friends with all students. She majored in home econom-
ics and minored in music at Baker University and
Kansas State College where she received her B. S. de-
Miss Pearson, with an attractive smile and an even
temper, has made herself liked by students and fellow
faculty members in the few short weeks she has been
here. She was a co-sponsor of Girl Reserves, taking the
place of Miss Crocker, whose faculty position she filled.
Her degree is an A. B. from Kansas University.
Maijorie Randall, our loyal and efficient office girl.
has filled her exacting role the past year with patience
and precision. When asked for an admit by a student,
Marjorie would counter, "Where's your excuse?" And if
you didntt have one, you went to class with both "Unex-
cused' and "Eighth hour" marked on your admit. She
had a "way" with the students and was respected for
her honesty and sincerity in dealing with them.
Adaptability is one of Mrs. WooWard's greatest char-
acteristics. She has substituted in practically every de-
partment in the high school with ease and capability.
Filling the vacancy left by Mr. Vecera in the midst or
the second semester, she has won many friends by her
pleasant smile and cooperative attitude.
She has an A. B. degree from Simpson College, Indian-
ola, Iowa, and has taken graduate work from University
of Southern California, Los Angeles.
In addition to teaching drainatics. Latin, speech, and English, Mr. Townsend
excelled in other myriad duties as debate coach, junior class sponsor for two years,
d t t la s, and assisted vocally
senior class sponsor this year. coach of all class an con es p y
in Christmas pageants and other school activities. Mr. Townsend was chiefly noted
for coaching plays of unusually high dramatic quality. After three years of teaching
in our school. he resigned to take up inspection work in the Beech Aircraft corpora-
tion at Wichita, taking with him the esteem and goodwill of his pupils.
He had an A. B. degree from Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kansas.
As assistant-coach Mr. Vecera ably seconded the efforts of Mr. McDonald in
producing topflight elevens and cage teams. After teaching social science and com-
merce in our school for six months, Mr. Vecera accepted an appointment as Chief
Petty OfflCOI' of the United States Navy, in which capacity he capably serves as a
physical trainer. He had a B. S. in Business Administeration from Fort Hays State
College, Hays, Kansas.