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Page 13 text:
The junior and senior bands are under the very able direction
of MR. GERALD HAACK. In addition to his band work he has
done splendid work in training an outstanding Twirling squad. He
also gives individual instrumental lessons.
Everyone who has had MISS MARGUERITE GARRITY re-
members her as a wonderful friend and understanding teacher.
Eighth grade English and music are taught by her in the tower room.
She has charge of the junior high transportation record and has act-
ed as chairman of the Magazine Campaign for several years.
MISS RUTH PERSON hands out and helps to untangle knotty
problems in advanced mathematics, algebra, and geometry. She
serves as the business adviser of the Wa Wa Ta staff. She holds
a M. A. degree from the University of Minnesota.
Sophomore students are exposed to the many phases of World
History by the stimulating instruction of MISS JANE RITCHAY,
who has succeeded Miss Agnes Reinemund. Miss Ritchay has been
very active in assisting with the play productions for two years.
Her special work has been the supervision of the crew committees.
Physics, chemistry, and general science Classes are all tau ht b
MR. JAMES BRADSHAW. Many students are indeed forgtlunat:I
to have hadlllBig Jim as their science instructor. He is the director
of the Visual Aid program and acts as the adviser of the Visual Aid
Club. As junior class adviser he works with juniors on the Junior-
Senior Prom preparations.
MR. FRANK CIRILLI meets all seniors in his Problems of
American Democracy classes. He also teaches one class of ninth
grade social science. His extra-curricular duty includes the work
of assistant coach. Many know him as the adviser of the 3:45 Club.
Since MR. VINCENT SEGUIN has ioined East High faculty,
dramatics has received new life. In addition to his ninth grade
English classes he teaches one Class in Speech to seniors. He is the
adviser of the very popular Speech Club.
American literature, the fundamentals of English, and journalis-
tic Writing are the chief elements of study for the junior English
classes taught by MISS IRENE THOMPSON. She directs the
activities of the Wayzgoose staff and acts as adviser of the Wa
Senior English, French Classes, Chapel Assembly and Com-
mencement are all associated with MISS HELEN PESARK. Eng-
lish literature. the fundamentals of English structure. the technique
of creative writing recall to many her stimulating instruction. As
the adviser of the French Club she assists With their social events.
She holds a M. A. degree from the University of Wisconsin.
Since COACH WILLIAM FINN has joined the East High
faculty, both the football and basketball records have shown a
steady improvement. All juniors become well acquainted with the
history of their country in Mr. Finn's American history classes.
Junior high students are very fortunate to begin their social
science studies under the excellent instruction of MISS BESSIE
ORVALD. She has served as the general chairman for American
Education Week for several years.
MISS MABEL HARD is the art instructor for all grades. The
advanced art class provides opportunity for students with special
ability to express their talent. In addition to her art classes she
teaches one class of seventh grade English.
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MR. IVAR HAGLUND, Dean of Boys. meets all boys indi-
vidually Who need advice, guidance. or friendly help, He is the one
Who is personally interested in the individual boy. All sophomores
meet him as their biology instructor. He has earned his M. A. de-
gree from the University of Iowa.
MISS ERNESTINE SEYLER, Dean of Girls. meets each girl
individually in order to assist her to become a well-adjusted hiqh
school student She is the one who is personally interested in the
individual girl. She is also the school librarian and the adviser of
the Student Council.
MISS AMY WOLFORD is in charge of the Home Economics
department and the school lunch program. She is the adviser of
the Home Economics Club. Every one appreciates Miss Wolford's
efforts to provide such good meals during the school year.
MR. JOHN IEFFERS teaches seventh, eighth and nine grade
general science classes and woodworking shop classes. Outside of
his regular classes he assists with the care of all school properties.
If flying were part of the curriculum. he could instruct in the pilot-
ing of a plane
MR. ARTHUR MINGUEY. instructor in the commercial de-
partment, teaches bookkeeping. shorthand, typing, and two classes
of mathematics. As school accountant, his work involves the re-
cording of all receipts and expenditures of school money.
In classes of typing and stenography, juniors and seniors learn
the importance of accuracy, Clarity, and speed in business training
under the instruction of MRS. GUDRUN MCCARTAN. In addi-
tion to her commercial classes she has charge of the Activity asso-
ciation accounts. As a senior adviser she arranges the Baccalaure-
New to our faculty this year is MRS. NINA CARLSON who
teaches sophomore English, and first and second year Latin. In
addition to her work at school, she is the proud mother of four chil-
dren. She received her M. A. degree from the Chicago University.
MISS MARGUERITE WOLFINGER makes mathematics
alive and practical to her eighth and ninth grade classes. The ate
tivities 0f the Booster Club are under her guidance. She earned her
M. A. degree from the University of Wisconsin.
Under the very competent leadership of MISS EDNA FOX,
the Choir at East has increased in size and has shown marked im-
provement in performance. She also teaches seventh and ninth
grade music classes and one ninth grade social science class.
social capacity she acts as Polyphonic Club adviser.
Although MR. MERRILL THOMPSON teaches at East only
one day a week, he has developed a quality orchestra. He directs
the String Ensemble and gives instrumental lessons at East and at
other public schools in the city.
Everyone at East knows MR. JULIUS IUEL for his sparkling
wit and friendly personality. He teaches the boys gym Classes and
also directs the noon hour activities in the gym. All students appre-
ciate the entertainment program he provides during the noon hour.
He also serves as adviser to the Pep Club members.
Tumbling, dancing, basketball, volley ball, soccer, andi calis-
thenics are all part of the physical education classes taught by tMISS
DORIS BRUNNER. The modern dance group is an extragcur-
ricular activity. She has charge of the Cheerleaders and is also the
adviser of the Girls' Athletic association.
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Mrs. Mabel Maddock ianitress Arthur Ohvall janitor
Mrs. Cathrine Straika Cook
Walfrcd Erickson janitor
Clarence Nelson engineer
When the snow is the deepest, there is always a path through the drifts to the
door. When the temperature is the lowest, the building is comfortable and Warm.
In the morning washed halls, swept rooms, and general orderliness greets one. At
noon the warm meal is ready and tempting. All these things are done for the com-
fort and convenience of East students by our efficient custodians.
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