|The 1964 yearbook says
"Leadership Inspires Learning". The Faculty pages provide a
glimpse of those leading us in 1964.
Can you believe it... they helped to shape our minds! A bit scary isn't it?
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|Catherine Ardrey, General Science, Math and Chemistry
|Esther Brockelbank, French and Latin
|Louis Cheetham, Journalism, US History and Government
|Kathryn Day, Physics and Algebra
|Maybelle Gehrke, Library and Library Practice
|C. E. Gould, Geometry
|W. J. Doc Harman, Biology
|Ed Hill, Football Coach, Algebra
|Gayle Hungerford, English
|Tom Jackson, English
|Marian Johnson, Girls' PE
|Stowell Johnstone, Speech and Debate
|Merrill Lundberg, Algebra and Geometry
|Vaughan McDonald, Spanish
|Seth Parkinson, Study Hall, Athletic Director
Who among us can forget the teachers that tried to guide us through our days at Moscow High School? Certainly not our classmates gathered to share memories, renew old friendships and create new ones. What fun!
These days, you might find us relaxing on the patio, enjoying a few cool beverages and watching as classmates arrive for our reunion. The faces really haven't changed that much in the 40 years beyond Moscow High School and we are looking good! Some of us may have even matured a little... then again... maybe not.
One of the toughest task masters, but with the strongest and kindest heart, was Maybelle Gehrke, Library and Library Practice.
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