Stevensville High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Stevensville, MI)

 - Class of 1940

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In the fall of 1939, twenty-seven wide-eyed Freshmen entered Stevcnsville High School, some of them for the first time. The boys were greatly outnumbered by the girls—seventeen to ten. One boy dropped out leaving only nine. The first class meeting was held about two weeks after school started. 'I he class Top Row: Donald Rothermcl. Ralph Siewert. Raymond Wutzke, Ervin Markwald. Marshall Ott. Stanley Ceipel. Walter Neal. Robert Kuball Middle Row: Mr. Burkmcier (adviser). Virvinia Totzkc. Mary Kitchen. Barbura Misich. Anita Doroh. Gertrude Spitzer. Shirley Ott Bottom Row: Caro'ine Kolberg. Vervaine Kolberg. Viola Mischke, Dora Machan. Doris Machan. Aza lene Hodder. Virginia DeFord. Margaret Loshbough FRESHMEN officers elected were as follows: President, Shirley Ott; Vice President, Vervaine Kolberg; Secretary, Ralph Siewert; Treasurer, Stanley Geipel. It was decided to pay fifty cents a year for class dues. Our first party was our initiation. What a party! Everyone had to do something special. 1 he Freshmen chose subjects having to do with different vocations. The Biology class is made up of all Freshmen. Most of the girls took sewing. The Freshmen Class l(K)ks forward to being one of the best classes ever to graduate. fHiffr twelve



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THK Junior High Room practiced self-government with the organization of a student council. This council was composed of three students from the eighth grade, two from the seventh, one from the sixth, and Mr. Eccles. Each had one vote in forming rules and regulations for the room. The seventh and eighth Current Events class which met once a week, settled troubles of the world, at least in their own minds. The noon hours this year were spent in the gym with the organization of an intramural league, in which four girl teams and six boy teams took part. The third, fourth and fifth grades compose the Intermediate Room. Here the children get their introduction to the study of geography and history. In order to create an interest in history, exciting stories are read to the children with numerous pictures of each phase of it. The four fundamentals of arithmetic: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division are learned in these grades, and the children have their first experience with fractions. The subject of major importance in the Primary Room is reading. In connection with language, units are developed to impress, more deeply, certain characteristics of the various peoples in the minds of the pupils. Parents may wonder why the ABC’s aren’t taught as soon as the child enters school. The new reading method of associating word with pictures and the study of phonics, postpones the necessity of knowing the alphabet until the child is ready to spell. page fourteen

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