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Page 16 text:
Mrs. Mikol Miss Johnson Miss Cramer
MAIN OFFICE OF BOARD OF EDUCATION
As we peek in at the main office of the
Board of Education located in the Central Junior
High School building at the corner of Peck
Street and Sherman Boulevard. we find the ever
alert employes, Mrs. Mikol. Miss Bessie Cramer.
and Miss Gertrude Johnson.
Mrs. Mikol was born in Muskegon. Michigan.
She was graduated from Muskegon Heights High
school in 1930. She is now employed in the
office as Child Accounting Clerk. Her work
includes the annual school census, records, and
marks of all students who have ever attended
school. She also is an assistant in the book
store. Mrs. Mikol is very fond ol shopping: in
fact she spends a great deal of her time doing so.
She enjoys traveling to distant places. At pres-
ent she is taking camera shots of interesting
pictures for a collection for the library. In her
spare time she plays the newest game craze.
Miss Bessie Cramer was born in Muskegon.
Michigan, was graduated from Muskegon High
School in 1919, and is now employed as book-
keeper in the office. Her work is that of taking
care of the teachers' payroll, statistical reports,
and bills for payment with the necessary approv-
al. Miss Cramer enjoys hiking and a great deal
of her spare time is spent in sewing fancy work.
She is also fond of "Badminton"
Miss Gertrude Iohnson was born in Muskegon,
Michigan. She attended Muskegon Heights High
School and was graduated with the class of
1924. She is now employed as secretary to Mr.
W. R. Booker, Superintendent of Schools. Her
work includes all correspondence which has been
received or sent, orders for supplies, taking the
minutes of the Board of Education meetings, and
granting permits for school buildings. Miss John-
son also spends a great deal of her time playing
"Badminton," shopping. and traveling. Miss
Iohnson is also working on an amateur photogra-
phy collection for the library.
Page 15 text:
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Responsibility rests in the hands of our Super-
intendent of Schools, Mr. William R. Booker. Mr.
Booker was born in Sullivan, Indiana. He attended
school in another city and upon graduating from
high school, attended the University of Indiana.
While attending the University, he taught school
and received his A.B. degree in 1916. Later, in
the year 1926, he received his master's degree.
Mr. Booker has been a teacher in Michigan
schools for 18 years. He was also a member
of the faculty at Kalamazoo College. Before his
present position, he was Superintendent of
Schools at Greenville, Michigan.
Mr. Booker's ideas and ideals on education
are all summed up in his statement, "The edu-
cation ol our boys and girls is a function of the
State and the Nation. Every child is entitled to
an education. 'Education is the eternal debt of
adults to youth.' "
Under Mr. Booker's supervision much work is
achieved, all ior one purpose: to educate. It is
Mr. Booker who is called upon when there are
knotty problems to solve, and he is very adept
at solving them.
The beneficial work this man has accomplished
is greatly appreciated by all who have ever
come in contact with him.
Page 17 text:
Mr. Bolt's career has been one ot continuous
school work, as student, teacher, and principal.
He attended Grand Haven schools for twelve
years, and upon graduation, entered the Uni-
versity of Michigan. During the summers he has
continued his work at Ann Arbor and at the
University of Wisconsin. At the close of the
summer session oi August, 1928, he was awarded
a Master's Degree in Economics by the University
of Michigan. His first teaching experience was
at Houghton in the Upper Peninsula, in mathe-
matics and science. After one year, he became
principal of the high school at Bismarck, North
Dakota. Mr. Bolt came to Muskegon Heights
High School in the tall oi 1921.
He enjoys high school and college athletic
contests and much prefers them to the profes-
sional games. He also likes to read biography,
travel, and books on economic problems.
We all respect Mr. Bolt as a principal and an
adviser. He helps us when we seek his advice
and it is his aim to give every student a fair
chance while at school.
His is the task ol assisting us each year to
begin life in this world, and to succeed in it.
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