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Olive Goodrich-Home Economics teacher.
Was replaced by Miss Adolphson during the
Clarence Holtzman-Dislikes discourteous, in-
attentive students, but enlightening them is
his ambition. Teaches mathematics.
Bertha Gow-Helps the 7th graders orientate
themselves to high school life. Teaches English.
In her spare time likes to cook and read. Thinks
students spend too much time watching TV.
Mary C. Hunt-Friendly, optimistic and happy.
Ambition is to make better citizens of AHS
students. Teaches English. Likes to watch TV.
H. Donald Greengo-Lends a spark of humor
to his chemistry and physics classes. Advises
the Junior Academy of Science and Science
Club. Disapproves of "Hallway Romeosf'
Victor Jacobson-Developed our successful dc-
bate team. Teaches English 10. His hobbies are
art and his television show.
William H. Grefe-One of our shop teachers.
His work shop and fishing are spare time activi-
ties along with being Cub Master for the Cub
Carroll N. Johnson-Spends his spare time col-
lecting books and enjoying music and photog-
raphy. Teaches Social Science. Does an excel-
lent job of helping the Anokan staff put out a
"bigger and better" book each year.
' Ruth I. Hallenberg-Director of vocal music.
Her pet peeve is swinging the classics. Is espe-
cially known for her smart-looking clothes.
John S. Johnson-Joined our faculty this year.
Teaches Junior High English. Spent three years
teaching in Ethiopia before coming to Anoka.
Henry C. Hammer-Organized and advised the
. FFA Club. Teaches agriculture. Came from a
family of five broth rs and is the proud father
of four sons.
?' - if . Johnson-Rates tops as a band di-
- ' fp tor and as a friend. Concentrates on band
gf' di cipline and musicianship. "Morrie" always
A u es "Hugo" fan imaginary band memberl to
V .. N . show the band what they are doing wrong.
' am Hanson-Junior High English teacher.
X . Would like to shoot "an 80" in golf. Enjoys
' 'ai wood carving and fishing in his spare time.
, Bernard Julkowski-A newcomer to Anoka this
year. He teaches Senior Math and General Sci-
yf 1 ' Q ence. Often tells his students, "If you've got it
F - ..,, 1 don't hide it because someday you might not
Hazel M. Hoglund-Our very able and under-
standing speech teacher. Music is one of her
hobbies, so she enjoys her rudiments class and
directing church choirs. Known for her delecta-
ble cooking and her parties after the plays.
Ellen Donnelly Jurek-Sympathetic listener to
the problems of all the girls. Teaches Spanish
I and II. Dean of Girls.
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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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Joan S. Knutson-Seventh Grade History and
, as Freshman Business Organization teacher. En- L
' srr joys golfing and knitting. Would like to find
i' f n ss tigne to take advantage of the peace and quiet p
A ww . o her own home. Xsfe , lv
Mm, J- Patricia M. Pelraborg-Came to Anoka this
year from Glendale, Arizona. Teaches eighth Q., -' --
' Q iee R, grade history. Pet gripe is students who come a V
' to her classes unprepared.
l Garth E. Lappin-Has given us many cham- , 'ese .
e pionship wrestling teams. Teaches Social Sci- .p G W
i ence. His greatest ambition is to get guidance it ' E
S field masters degree. Q
Earl W. Stimmler-Our Audio-Visual director ' 'fag I,
A ' and adviser of the Film Operator's Club. '
Teaches eighth grade science. Gardening and A
' raising Boston Terriers are his hobbies. . G
Marion Lemberg-Teaches typing. Well known
to her students for "Who is so bold" and "Now Q
people." Music, plays, and reading occupy her L , f Q
spare time. 'W 1 " --I
, Helen L. Story-Vibrant personality. Enth i- '-5 '
. astically interested in all of "her seniors" a l '
r their activities. Teaches senior English. xy f p
Q ' Lois Melby-Advises the Jr. Red Cross. Teach- if .
es English XI. Under her competent direction,K- r ' ae..ee Q
. many beautiful prom themes have been carried Y W i l . --
. out successfully. " t I
s Donald Thom-Teaches drivers trai l . .
. and fishing. 1' q, It 1 ,
Phurney Mortensen-This modest, understand- A ' ' G
ing teacher is quite the opposite of her pet . -' up ', F
this newcomer to Anoka's faculty are h tw 4 . l
5 peeve, people who are snobbish. Mathematics is V '
. A her field. Likes to knit and travel. q
Janet Troslrud-Gets mad when people come .
to her and say they can't draw. Perhaps that is 2
because she teaches art. Plans to go to Mexico
this summer. N
Stanford Nelson-Newcomer to the Anoka ' '
coaching staff produced a successful football
team. Teaches physical education. Dislikes peo- "
ple who think they are more than they are. M
Jerome E. Wagner-Bomber football coach and ' f.. ' i
assistant wrestling coach. Enjoys teaching biol- . a a
ogy, but becomes disgusted with students who
waste their time.
Ruth E. Nordlie-Teaches bookkeeping and
Freshman Business Organization. Doesn't like
people that don't keep their word. Would like
to spend a winter in Hawaii.
Leslie F. Wagner-Teaches shop. Is active in
sports with hunting and fishing his favorites.
Smiling and cheerful.
Clara G. Paulsen-The woman who all year
long patiently reminds us to get our dental card
in. Has been our school nurse for several years.
William Wanamaker-Has many and varied
activities. Drives a school bus, coaches the
basketball "B" squad, teaches American His-
tory, does construction work in the summer,
and likes to hunt.
'- E gripes about some women drivers. Fav sto X q W my
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