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Page 7 text:
P 15' ada Seidel
Y' Zfeaful of fbeao-leaf Sawice
MRS. YOUNG MRS. GOODRICH
Pirates all,1arge and smal1,sa1ute two grand teachers who have taught many
of them at one time on their climb from beginning boots to apprentice seamen.
Mrs.Pyr1 Goodrich,eighth grade teacher,has taught in the local schools for
sixteen years. Holding a state general certificate, she attended NSTC both in
regular and summer sessions and has taken extension classes. Besides teaching
her grade,Mrs.Goodrich has directed several high school class plays.
Mrs. Phyllis Young has taught in the second and first grades for twelve
years. Holding a state certificate in primary work,she attended Eastern State
Normal at Madison for two years and summer sessions at NSTC. Mrs. Young has
also taught the six weeks spring kindergarten classes during the last few
Present LHS Pirates who attended city grade schools have profited from the
fine guidance and instruction of these two devoted teachers, and many LHS
alumni remember them both as 'My teacher.N
nWe1l done, ye good and faithful servants,' expresses Leola's gratitude to
Mrs. Goodrich and Mrs. Young.
Mrs.Young's current first grade MPS- G00dFiCh'S eighth QPSGGPS
views sand table. diSP1aY new miCf03C0PGS.
Page 6 text:
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From his vantage point up in the crow's nest
Pirate Pete has kept a weather eye on the Pirate
c1an's activities during the past years. We know
that sometimes he has hidden his face under his
wing in shame at what he saw, but most of the time
he beamed happily at our progress, and several
times he actually jlgged for glee at our achiev-
The Pirate crew of-the good ship LHS, from new-
mind Pete's all-seeing eye and have tried to study
with industry and honor, to play with Joy and en-
thusiasm, and to learn with concentration and
The Pirate clan feel they have upheld the honor
of their predecessors in trying to do good for
others as well as in getting valuable booty-aca-
demic knowledge, athletic and musical training,
communication know-how, and social enjoyment.-for
We, the Pirates of 1957-58, add our loot to the
treasure chest of the good ship LHS-our Pirate
home-and salute Pirate Pete as the guardian angel
he has turned out to be in his benevolent watch-
fulness over his clan.
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PIRATE PETE SURVEYS STUDY HALL
Page 8 text:
BERNARD HILSENGEGER-B.S.,NSTC,M.S. in
Education, NST5. 5uper1ntendent,book-
keeping, general business, student
council and senior class adviser.
0fzow'4 Neil Zvalcla
Though we wouldn't want Pirate
Pete to feel put out about it,we must
admit that his watchful eye wasn't
the only good influence that kept us
on our toes and In our best behavior
this past year. We hope Pete under-
stands that we are not bellttling him
when we pay tribute to our able Cap-
tain Hllsendeger, his navigator, and
his mates for the fine leadership
they have given us in all our endea-
vors and for the knowledge they have
imparted to us, both in teaching us
facts and in creating in us a desire
to learn more.
In Education, NSTC. Speech,
American overnment first
semesterghealth, second sem-
MRS. GERTRUD BECKER -
MRS. LILLIAN KINDELSPIRE
NSTC.Junlor class adviser,
English I and III, typing,
College. English II and
IV3 Journallsmg Pirate
Chatter and Buccaneer
aavlserg junior and se-
nior play dlrectorg Pep
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