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Page 15 text:
The man responsible for the day-by-day
functioning of the senior high school is our
principal, Gerald E. Huston. Although he
has many important decisions to make and
matters to attend to, he is never too busy
to listen to the problems brought to him
by members of the student body. Mr. Hus-
ton strongly supports the theory of student
government and sets his belief into practice
through his close co-operation with the Stu-
Although most of his time is occupied
with school activities, he does find time to
be an ardent golfer lwith low scoresi, and
The students of Anoka High School feel
fortunate in having him as their principal
and friend. We of the graduating class
know from experience that we are leaving
the school in good hands. Hats off to you, Mr. Huston, for another
Vv'ith the moving of the three senior high school classes into the new
Senior High School building, Mark Klonowski, who is in his second
year as Junior High School Principal, assumed the sole responsibility
for the supervision of the entire junior high. His pleasing smile and
cordial manner ease out the rough spots in many difficult situations.
His popularity with the iunior high school students is evidenced by the
rousing applause he receives when he puts in his appearance at the
lvlr. Klonowski's favorite pastimes are golf, square dancing, and
volley ball. Members of the Square Dance Club will remember that
he finds time to be their very versatile square-dance caller.
Earl E, Olson, who is in his second year as business
administrator, has taken over many of the financial details
of the school administration. His many duties include the
Eupervision of the school lunch program and auditing the
Although few students have the opportunity to come into
direct contact with Mr. Olson, when they do, they are
met with a cordial smile and the willingness to lend a
helping hand wherever it is needed.
Page 14 text:
Our able superinTendenT of The recenTly formed Anoka-
IndependenT School DisTricT No. 220, Morris
Bye, is The individual To whom much of The success of
The new Anoka Senior High School is To be aTTribuTed.
Since l9-43 when Morris Bye became our superinTendenT,
he has noT only supervised The building of The new high
school buf also The consTrucTion oT several elemenTary
schools, among which are The Lincoln School, The Wash-
ingTon School, and an addiTion To The Franklin School.
In addiTion To coordinaTing The decisions of The Board
of EducaTion wiTh The policies of The individual schools
ThroughouT The disTricT, Mr. Bye has had an imporTanT
parT in deTermining The educaTional policy of This sTaTe.
As The TirsT graduaTing class oT The new Anoka Senior
High School, we pay TribuTe To This eTTicienT adminis-
TraTor and able leader.
Behind The scenes in The adminisTraTion of DisTricT Nc.
220 are The six members oT The Board of EducaTion,
These public minded ciTizens devoTe much of Their Time
To The managemenT and improvemenT of school facili-
Ties ThroughouT The school disTricT. The mosT ouTsTanding
and mosT recenT of Their accomplishmenTs is The success-
Tul compleTion oT The new Anoka Senior High School.
The Board oT EducaTion, which is comprised of local
ciTizens who are prominenT noT only in The Tield of edu-
caTional managemenT buT who are leaders in oTher com-
muniTy aFFairs, consisTs of Fred H. Moore, PresidenT, H.
G. Haugland, Vice PresidenT, Raymond K. Nelson, Secre-
Tary, L. O. Jacob, Treasurer, and John Higgins and Fred
J. GhosTley, DirecTors.
Page 16 text:
James W. Alley-Physical Education, History, Sci-
ence, Hockey, Ass't, Football Coach . . . B.S.,
M. Ed., Univ. ot Minn., St. Olaf.
John C. Amstutz-Mathematics . . . B.S., Univ. of
Minn., St. Paul Bible institute.
Erma L. Anderson-Shorthand, Ottlce Practice . . .
B.A., Oustavus Adolphus, Univ. of Minn., Minne-
sota School ot Business.
Frayne D. Anderson-English . . . P.Ph., Univ. ol
No. Dak., No. Dak. Ag. College, Univ. ot Missouri.
J. Paul Bell-Social Science, American History . . .
B.S., Moorhead State Teachers College.
Evelyn Berg-Librarian . . . B.S., Bemidii State
Teachers College, Univ. ot No. Dak., Univ. ot
Sam A. Blondell - Art . . . B.S., Winona State Teach-
l.yle Bradley-Biology, Consumers Science . . .
B.S., Iowa State College, Univ. ot Dubuque, No.
St. Teachers College, Univ. ot Iowa, Tulane Univ.,
Univ. ot Minn.
Joseph Brazil - Business Relations . . . B.S., St. Cloud
Teachers College, Univ. of Minn.
Gertrude K. Bowers-General Science Ill . . . B.A.,
St. Olat, Univ. ot Minn.
Orville A. Buehler- Industrial Arts . . . A.B., Peru,
Neb. State Teachers College, M.A., Univ. ot Minn.,
Univ. of Neb.
John L. Campbell-Modern History, American His-
tory, Basketball Coach . . . B.A., Hamline, Univ. of
Frances A. Cochran- Bookkeeping, Typing . . . B.S.,
Univ. ot Minn.
B. M. Dahlman -Art . . . B.S., H.Ed., Univ. ot Minn.,
St. Paul School ot Art.
Kenneth L. Davenport- Instrumental Music . . .B.A.,
Hamline, M.M., Minneapolis College ot Music,
Macalester, Univ. ot Minn., MacPhail School ot
James W. Alley John C. Amstutz Erma L. Anderson Frayne D. Anderson J, Paul Bell
Evelyn Berg Sam A. Blondell Lyle Bradley Joseph Brazil Gertrude K Bow
Orville A. Buehler John L. Campbell Frances A. Cochran B. M. Dahlman Kenneth L. Davenl
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