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TO MISS BALLER
I am only one, but I am one. I I
I cannot do everything, but I can do something.
What I can do, I ought Ito do,
And what I ought to do,l by God's'grace, I will do.
Using these words as your guide, you, Miss Baller, have helped make John Burroughs the fine school it is today.,We will never forget
the wonderful work you have done here, your kind and understanding guidance, and the help you have given to all of us. No one
has come to you with a problem in vain. We will alwaysremember you, Miss Baller, and the influence you have had upon us.
We will also remember: - I '
that it was you who came to John Burroughs as the first iournalism teacher in T924 and established our semi-annual, the Burr.
that you became head counselor at John Burroughs, helping many people with their problems.
that you left John Burroughs in 1937 to become vice-principal at first Stevenson and then Horace Mann Junior Highs, where you
established fine Girls' Leagues. W I , , I
that you came back to John Burroughs as girls' vice-principal, encouraging all girls to take an active part in their Girls' League.
Miss Baller, it will 'seem strange to come to school and not flnd you here, ready and willing to help us with our problems. We will
miss your friendly and considerate manner. And so, we dedicate this Burr to you, Miss Baller, in recognition of the loving years you
have devoted to John Burroughs Junior High School.
Busy day, busy day, a lot of work, little play. The outstanding J. B. FACULTY maintains the high educational and citizenship stand-
ards of John Burroughs.
Row 'I: Mr. Richard Jarrett, Mrs. Marylois Warner, Mrs. Judy Golding, Mrs. Eileen Wingard, Miss Eroline Robinson, Mrs. Helen Walker, Miss Evelyne Warder, Miss Dorothy
Stahl, Miss Lois Shade, Miss Jane Eisner, Miss Ethel Gibbs, Miss Emily Huntsman.
Row 2: Miss Lois Fetterman, Mr. Arthur Jones, Mrs. Loretta England, Nlrs. Dorothy Cloud, Mrs. Janet Kuehn, Mrs. Dorothy Molloy, Miss LouAnn Smith, Miss Constance
Wienke, Mrs. Bertha Ross, Miss Marie Erhart, Mr. Harold Thomas, Mr. Howard Shusett,
Row 3: Mrs. Margaret Hezel, Mr. Romain Vande Genachte, Mrs. Catherine Freeman, Mr. Philip Corley, Miss Annabelle Gibson, Mr. Faber Dopp, Miss Margaret Acheson,
Mr. Lawson Sanderson, Miss Sara Eddy, Mr. John Hunt, Mr. Richard Nazarian.
Row 4: Mrs. Estelle Smoot, Mr. Emanuel Lombard, Mrs. Clara Rosenwein, Mr. Chester Harris, Mrs. Ruth Priestley, Mr. Rudolph Silvern, Mrs. Joanne Lantz, Mr. Philip
Ferguson, Mrs. Alice Young, Mr. Clyde Reynolds, Mrs. Edith Kerr.
Row 5: Mrs. Blanche Robinson,,Mrs. Francis Bartlett, Mrs. Florence Bleifeld, Mr. Richard Bell, Miss Marilyn Lindsay, Mr. Joe McKinnon, Miss Theresa Baller, Mr. Dale
Gustafson, Mrs. Anne Cox, Mr. Jack Harris, Miss Avis Russell.
Row 6: Mr. Thayer Jorris, Mr. Milton Langsner, Mrs. Romain Gardemal, Mr. Don Cline, Miss Marie McCarthy, Mr. Richard Hatch, Miss Elsa Obst, Mr. Samuel Rush, Miss
Winnie Mackey, Mr. Peter Meyer, Mrs. Janice Hanlon.
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