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Page 12 text:
Four years of English being required for grad-
uation in our high school, we spend much time
in the west end, first floor of the building, lcarn-
ing to read, write, spell, speak under the direc-
tion of MISS RUTH SINKS and MRS. HAR-
HIETT MUELLER, or as sophomores under MR.
HOWARD EVANS. The English language and
comprehension of the written word take new
significance in an age when the United Nations
struggle for understanding of one another in
order to create and maintain PEACE and
l'ROSPERl'l'Y for the world of tomorrow.
Page 11 text:
MR. LESLIE TUCKER
In mis world of many changes it was good to
know that a familiar face would greet us from
the principal's office. Friendly, just, and kind,
MR. LESLIE TUCKER has inconspicuously
continued to mold our curriculum and activities
into a satisfying whole. To talk with him in his
office or to see him stride down the halls makes
us proud to salute him as our principal.
Everyone, it seems, steps into the office at least
once a day, and there MRS. ELOISE LEVIS
cheerfully answers a multitude of questions and
performs her numerous duties with efficient dis-
patch. Typing tests for teachers, whirling the
mimeograph machine, taking telephone mcs-
sages, helping with Curriculums are just a few
of the countless demands on her time. We leave
the office reassured that school is really a friend-
ly place in which to work.
Page 13 text:
Speech classes this year have reflected the
current problems created by a new world of
Peace. In MRS. HARRIETT MUELLER'S
classes we carried on spirited debates and dis-
cussions on such subjects as universal military
training and atomic bomb control. Each week
two students met with Jefferson and St. Francis
representatives for panel discussions on WBAA.
For the first time since the outbreak of the war.,
we were able to attend the state oration contest
at Terre Haute.
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