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Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60

Created on: 01/14/11 09:16 PM Views: 3201 Replies: 7
Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Friday, January 14, 2011 04:16 PM

Principal    Pansy Kilander (1889-1975)

Assistant  Sadie (Sarah) Netzorg (1889-1975)

Secretary  Ann Wickman

8th grade  Juanita flanders (1905-2002) and Peter Detrich (1928-1999)

7th grade  Margaret Bliesmer

6th grade Agnes Cunningham and June Bresner

5th grade Elizabeth Fenech and Mildred Boudinet

4th grade Frances Sisco (1907-1981) and Mrs. Sailor

3rd grade Rose Ash and Ethel Conn and E. Friedman

2nd grade Audrey Richardson (1918-2008) and Marian Bullock

1st grade  Bess Levin (1898-1985) and Marian Kessler and Jean Moore and Mrs. Tipton

KDG.  Sally Lou Ball and Lois Lyle and Matilda Olrich and Barb Williams

Art  Pearl Bay (1911-1990)

Auditorium Willa LaRouche (1898-1986) and Lillian Kauffman

Elem. Science  Edith Sutherland  General Science  Walter Gale

Gym  Mary Bottaro and Madeline Halgren (1902-1993) and Reed Hagen (1916-1984)

Homemaking  Elizabeth Hansen

Ind. Arts  Walter Tiedi

Library  Ruth Hill

Music  Hazel Humphrey (1901-1983)

Social Studies 1 Catherine Scott  2 Bolette Lisberg

Speech  Dora Holway

Crossing guard/Janitor  Udell Sopha (1906-1982)

First bell 8:50 am  Classess started 9 am 

Lunch bell  11:45  return 12:45 pm  Dismissal 3:30 pm

 

 
Edited 01/14/11 04:25 PM
RE: Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Friday, January 14, 2011 04:26 PM

Joan:

Wonderful idea.  Now we need to do this for Burt School.  Dick Hammer?  Barbara Merckel Coapman?  Any ideas on how to get similar data? 

How did you get this kind of information, Joan?

John

John Herrold
Somewhere in Arizona or Michigan

 
Edited 01/14/11 04:27 PM
RE: Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Saturday, January 12, 2013 07:14 PM

My sister was in the class of 1960 and one of them put it together.  I think his mother was involved with the PTA.

 
RE: Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Saturday, January 12, 2013 09:12 PM

Wow Joan.  Only two years later after the post.  smiley  

 

Joan Aldridge Gordon wrote:

My sister was in the class of 1960 and one of them put it together.  I think his mother was involved with the PTA.

 

John Herrold
Somewhere in Arizona or Michigan

 
RE: Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Saturday, January 12, 2013 10:03 PM

I don't want to appear too eager.    Joan

 
RE: Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Sunday, January 13, 2013 10:25 AM

Joan:

You crack me up!  I have missed this forum and am glad you have reactivated it.  Maybe with the upcomming 55 year reunion the activity will increase.  It all began with Joan.  Incidentally, Joan is the name of my sister (RHS Class of 1953) and also of one of our two kitties named after her.  

John

 

John Herrold
Somewhere in Arizona or Michigan

 
RE: Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Sunday, January 13, 2013 12:12 PM

John,  I really enjoyed the time around the 50th reunion when everyone was using this site to "talk,"  and hope we do start again before the 55th.  I confess that I enjoy reading the talk, but rarely join in.   Perhaps it is all the insecurity I felt in high school coming out.  Joan

 
RE: Holcomb faculity by the RHS class of 60
Posted Sunday, January 13, 2013 12:50 PM

Joan:

You are not alone on this insecurity High School thing.  The beauty of this website so skillfully run by Ken Kelsey is that it has not only reactivated friends it has built many new ones.  I did not know Ken Kelsey, Ruth Stultz, Chris LaRue & others.  I did know Pat Leone, however, and was privileged to attend the wedding of Pat and Chris on June 26, 2011.  heart  Look at the "Missing Event" photo near the end of Chris LaRue's Profile.  I love the expression on his face.

John Fletcher and I have remained close since the 9th grade where we met in an Algebra Class.  John was my "Stud of Honor" at the wedding of Ardis and me on June 25, 2005.

John    

John Herrold
Somewhere in Arizona or Michigan