Stevensville High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Stevensville, MI)

 - Class of 1941

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FRESHMEN President—Carl Schulz Vice President—Bert Klackle Secretary-Treasurer—-Melvin Huebner Name Nickname Hobby Destiny Melvin Huebner “Meb” Airplanes Who knows? Lekoy Spitzer “Spitzer" Fishing W. P. A. worker Dorothy Pooch “Pooch" Jokes An old maid Dorothy Krumroy “Dot" New recipes Actress Vera McKinney “Vera” Talking Private secretary I homas Wach “Wach" Working Cabinet maker Eugene Bodjack "Bo” Building airplanes Sports announcer John Vergot “Johnny” Working on engines Mechanic Catherin Pallas “Kate” Playing Bingo Secretary Jeanne Mongreig “Jeanne Taking pictures Dramatic teacher Doris DeFord "Babe” Saving wishbones Nurse Carl Schultz “Dokes" Reducing Janitor Kenneth Fritz “Kenny" Algebra Loafing Robert Sorget “Butch” Collecting keys Street cleaner Luise Davis “Babe" Collecting bows Teacher Peggy Katsulos “Peg” All sports Secretary Doris Kettlehut “Dee” Bike riding Beautician Donald Siewert “Pop” Collecting stamps Dog catcher Richard Fausak “Fuzz” Bikes Engineering Charles Jewell “Bud" Collecting pictures Graduation Dorothy Schaeter “Dot” Basketball Secretary Virginia Ott “Ginny" All sports Old maid John Lockwitz “Lucky II" T rouble A dare-devil Bert Klackle “Horse IV” Basketball Radio electrician Raymond Kornow “Schmizer" Basketball Printer Leona Sorget “Aon” Movie stars Opera singer Jimmy Johnson “Jim” Teasing A dare-devil Eleanor Siewert “El” Sports Beautician First Row: Ott. Sicwcrt. DeFord. Krumroy. Schaefer, L. Sorget. McKinney. Kettlehut Ski'nh Row: Mr. Barkmeier. adviser. Pooch. Pallas, katsulos. Mcngrieg. Spitzer, Vergoi, I). Sicwerr. Frit . R. Sorget Third Row: Klacklc, Rodj.uk. Huebner. Wach. Kornow. Lock wit , Schulz page thirteen



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JUNIOR HIGH The Junior High Room, which consists of twenty sixth graders, fourteen seventh graders, and sixteen eighth graders, has completed another busy year. The children sanded the tops of their desks and some of the 4-H boys stained and varnished them with material that was furnished by the school. A w nter program of supervised play in which most of the children participated, was carried out in the gymnasium during the noon hour. During the year, good citizenship was our goal. Through regular current event classes we tried to understand a little of the world affairs. INTERMEDIATE The Intermediate Room includes grades three, four, and five. In addition to learning the three R's, the children now have regular classes in geography and language. They must learn how to study and attack problems by themselves. Supplementary work in science is done by each of the grades. This year the third grade is making a book of nature stories with exercises for each story. Current events are derived from the "Weekly Reader." Standardized reading tests are given several times during the year for a check of the children's progress. In that way we learn what child's reading needs attention. PRIMARY The Primary Room consists of the beginners, first and second grades. This year there has been a considerable increase in the en- rollment and because of the resulting crowded conditions, a new plan has been in operation. The beginners and second grade are present in the morning and the first and second grade in the afternoon. Reading, writing, arithmetic, language, phonics, spelling, and art are taught in this room For language, the children study the customs of various peoples In Phonics they study the sounds of letters. This enables pupils to attack new words independently. page fifteen

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