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BE 9' , , "' ' M34
3 1929 J LECHO 1929 R
ALBERT O. JENKINS
Glens Falls Academv, 19225 St. Lawrence Uni-
versity. 19255 Syracuse University, B.S. 1927,
Graduate work Syracuse University, 1927-283 1928-
295 Instructor Naples H. S. 1927-
'H4 ,g!'lIf1C'1IlllII and Il sfhnlar and Il judge of
GRACE H. BIILLXVARD
University, H.S. 19275 Instructor, Naples H. S
'Ullusie hath vharnzx to soothe the .vawlge beast"
RUTH E. YOUNGS
Cobbleskill, N. Y. H. S. 1924: Keulca College,
A.B. 1928: Instructor Naples H. S. 1928-
"She is gentle that doeth gentle deeds"
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. H. S. 192-lg Syracuse
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BV ess' M , any 34
gr 1929 L ECHO 1929 R
CONRAD C. M-UEHE, PRINCIPAL
Lancaster, Pa., H. S.g Franklin Sc Marshall Col-
lege. A.B. 19175 Graduate work University of
Rochester, 1926, 1927, 19283 Syracuse University.
1927-28, 1923-29: Lieut lnf. U. S. Army, 1917-
193 Supervising Principal Mohnton, Pa. Schools,
1919-20, Supervising Principal, Biglerville, Pa.
Schools, 1920-2-1: Instructor, Horseheads, N. Y.
H. S. 192-I--25, Principal Naples H. S. 1925-
"His bark is worse than his bite"
FLORENCE M. KIENN INGS
Frances De Sales H. S. Geneva, N. Y. 1920: Col-
lege of City of New Rochelle, A.B. 19255 lnstruc-
tor Naples H. S. 1925-
".Yi111'ty fmundx of Ilj'l1llIl1il?U
ETHEL F. FOSTER
Rliddlesex, N. Y. H. S. 19183 University of
"fly efficient as size is beautiful"
Rochester, A.B. 1923. Graduate work Syracuse Uni-
versity, 1928-293 lnstructor Naples H. S. 1923-
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3 1929 L'ECHO 1929 , E
A Faculty Meeting
CAs reported by His Royal Highness, The Eaglej
Place: H. S. Ofiice. Time: First Wednesday of the Month
Mr. Muehe: Clooks at his watch as he entersj "As usual, everybody late. I wonder if I put
up a notice." tWalks to the bulletin hoard and scans the notices just as Mrs. Watkins comes in.J
Mrs. Watkins: "It isn't necessary for me to be here is it? You know our housekeeper,
Irene, wants to go away and I must go right home. Anyway I'm not really on the high school
faculty, I'm Training Class."
Mr. Muehe: "You had better stick around, something will come up and we will need your
opinion. How did things go today?"
Mrs. W.: "You needn't mention that I told you this, but I heard--" llust then the tap, tap
of footsteps sounds and Miss Jennings enters, causing Mrs. IV. to .wrap talkingj.
Miss Jennings: "My, I thought I was late but I see I'm not. I had that Caesar class for
an extra period."
Mrs. W1 t'You know I used to teach Caesar and once when I had a class of forty-three
and kept the study hall at the same time "
Miss Jennings: CinterrupfingJ How did you ever do it?
lJust then a rush in the hall is heard and "Bun" lllisel, uneeremoniously hursfs into the
Uglff. He looks around in surprised mannerj
"Bunn: "Oh, I didn't know anyone was here. May I use the phone?"
Mr. Muehe: "You may not. Don't you know this is a faculty meeting? Can't we use this
place a little while occasionally or is it the private property of the Seniors?"
lBun hastily retreats, barely escaping a collision with Miss Foster and Miss Millward, who
enter arm in armj
Miss Foster: "How long is this going to last? I have a date with the hairdresser."
Mr. Muehe: "Where's the dance tonight?" Knot waiting for an answer he turns to Mr.
Moshier, who had followed Misses Foster and Millward into the roomj "Hey, Albert, go and
see where 'Joe' and Jenkins are and tell them this isn't a midnight frolic". lMr. Moshier
Miss Jennings: "Gee Grace, that is the spilfiest dress you have on. Where did you get it?
It certainly is nice material."
Mrs. Watkins: "Yes, what there is of it."
Mr. Jenkins: fentering hrisklyj "I didn't know there was a faculty meeting tonight. I've a
Young Farmers' Club meeting on and besides I'm a busy man."
Mr. Muehe: "If you would have been here on time, this meeting would have been over by
this time. No you are not excused. Stick around and we'll open a bottle of glue".
Clust then Mrs. Capron enters, followed by Mr. Moshier.J
"Now we are all here, let's get down to business. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss
ways and means of improving scholastic work and we are open for discussion."
Miss Foster: "I, wish someone would tell me what to do with Charles Briglin in Algebra,
he doesn't do anything."
Mrs. Capron: "Well I never had him in any classes hut when we lived in Grandfather
Mr. Moshier: linterruptingj "What's that got to do with Algebra?"
Mrs. Capron: "I, was going to say"
Mr. Muehe: "Some things are left better, unsaid. But what do you all think of an ineligible
Mr. Jenkins: fgroaningj 'fThere goes the basketball team. Rector, Coleman, Ulmer,
Richards and half of the substitutes.
Miss Jennings: "Goody, I think that's fine. Let's have one."
Miss Millward: "It doesn't bother me, no one Hunks music or drawing".
Mr. Muehe: "What do you think of the idea, Miss Youngs?" CUpon getting no reply, he
looks around in eonsternationj "Omigosh, we've started this meeting without Miss Youngs".
Miss Millward Casidel "I wish that he would have started it without me."
Miss Foster: t'Well no one has told me what to do with Charles Briglin".
Mr. Muehe: "That reminds me of another thing. Say Albert, will you drive your car
for the basketball team tomorrow night"?
Mr. Moshier: "I hardly think so. I have no numbers for the Ford and Jessie Wants to use
CThe door opens, Miss Youngs enters elosely followed hy lllr. Eekert, the eustodian.J
Mr. Eckert: "I got to go down and look at my traps, will you lock up?"
Mr. Muehe: "Wait a minute. Lock up yourself. Meeting's adjourned."
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