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Our principal, Mr Huston, deserves
a word of thanks for carrying on the day
to day administration of our school. Even
though he must make many routine de-
cisions each day, he always finds time to
lend an understanding ear to a student's
problem. His unflagging interest in the
school's life is a decided asset to everyone
As a firm believer in student govern-
ment, he has helped our student council
in every possible way. When not in school
Mr. Huston likes to relax by playing a
round of golf or doing a bit of fishing. He
would someday like to take a trip to
Europe, and we hope he makes it.
This was Mr. 0Ison's first year at,Qur
school. As business administrator, he .re-
lieved Mr. Bye, our superintendent, of
many of his duties. He takes care of many
financial details such as auditing the bills
and supervising the lunch program.
Although Mr. OIson's work affords him
little actual contact with the students of
A.H.S., his ready smile and friendly man-
ner made him known and liked by all.
In his leisure time, Mr. Olson likes to
play golf, go fishing, read, or watch al-
most any sports event.
Mark Klonowski is our assistant prin-
cipal. He is in charge of the junior high
and with the enrollment growing larger
each year, this is a big job, but he still
finds time to listen to each student's prob-
lem and to help them solve it. Also, he
takes over Mr. Huston's duties when he is
In his spare time, he enjoys square
dancing, golf, and volley ball. Two eve-
nings a month you'll find him down in the
auditorium calling square dances and
teaching new numbers to the Square
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ouncl juclgemenf ana! efhcienf
We sometimes fail to realize the im-
portance of what goes on in that little
room off the main office the second Mon-
day of every month. It is here that most
of the school's major problems are solved
by the very capable hands of the School
Mr. Morris Bye, our superintendent, is
a very busy man. Coming to Anoka in
1943, he has since then in addition to his
regular duties, been president of the Min-
nesota Education Association, and presi-
dent of the Minnesota Association of
School Administrations, both very honor-
able positions. He is also an executive
officer on the Board of Education to
which he reports the problems and prog-
ress of the schools. He sees that the poli-
cies of the board are carried out, works
with the architects in planning new
schools, and draws up the specifiications
and supervises the purchase of new equip-
ment and books. He does all this in addi-
tion to seeing that the huge organization
of nearly 4,900 pupils, 150 teachers, 20
janitors, 20 cooks, and 45 bus drivers act
smoothly as one team.
It is only fitting then that in closing
another year, we pay tribute to an able
administrator and genuine friend, and
wish him the best of luck as he goes for-
ward with Anoka into another school
The members of the School Board are:
Mr. Bye, the Superintendent of Schools,
Mr. L. O. Jacob, Treasurer, Mr. John Hig-
gins, Director, Mr. Fred H. Moore, Presi-
dent, Mr Earl E. Olson, Administrative
Assistant, Mr. H. G. Haugland, Vice-presi-
dent, Mr. J. M. Wennerlund, Secretary,
and Mr. Raymond K. Nelson, Director.
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Vivian S. Abeler-Physical Education teacher. .
a ' . Helped both the Junior and Senior G.A.A. have
' "" a successful year.
. John L. Campbell-Students consider him "the .
' best basketball coach in Minnesota." His ambi- Q A . 5 S
. - M tion is the State Basketball Tournament. "Love-
k ' -- .
joyi' paints buildings during the summer to get in I
fi his tan.
James W. Alley-Instrumental in developing a
hocke team at Anoka. Pet ri e is um sna
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. ping students. Teaches American History and
. p Ruth Finneman-A newcomer to Anoka High
- l School she teaches Home Economics. Dislikes
jr - high-pressure salesmen. Photography and
- swimming are her hobbies.
Anita G. Anderson-Teaches Home Economics
as A and advises the Home Economics Club. Sewing
. . ' - . and knitting are her hobbies. Chief ambition is
p to be a good wife.
x I ' Helen M. Fleischmann-Always has a pleasant
Q "'i smile for everyone. Would like to travel
through the United States. Teaches English 10 . . .
N and Latin, and advises the Anoka-Hi staff. 'L A
Plas Erma Anderson--A well-traveled teacher who 5
,j Q ' has been to Alaska and Japan. Animal photog- .Q '
raphy is her hobby. Teaches commercial sub- V y
W, jects. 4' ' A
S' i si Darwin Follrafh-Heads Art Department. Art 3 ,F is his hobby but he also enjoys travel and pho-
tography. Is a member of the Scholastic Art
K Award Board at Dayton's.
gs . a Evelyn W. Berg-Taught English 9 for several
, p N, years but became our school librarian this year.
,. p g ' Would like to travel in Europe.
S ' Gail Foster-Junior High mathematics teacher.
Is very interested in interior decorating and
likes to read or do needle-point in her spare '
' l time.
. E Gertrude K. Bowers-Teaches General Science f'
: s and Consumers Chemistry. Knits and makes 'L
. . gloves in her leisure time. is
- Carol R. Freeburg-Enjoys knitting and keep- '
' ing house. Teaches 7th grade geography. Stu-
dents who come to class without their pencils
Lyle R. Bradley-General Science, Biology, and
swimming instructor. A sports enthusiast with
hunting, fishing and skiing listed as favorites.
Marvin Gilberfson-Teaches English 10, Social
Science, and geography. Enjoys sports of all
kinds, but especially hunting and fishing.
Orville A. Buehler-A man with many inter-
ests. Teaches shop, advises the Stamp Club, and
takes an active part in Boy Scout work.
Ruth V. Goodner-One of the best-dressed
women faculty members. Teaches English 8.
The thought of a sizzling steak makes her
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