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The Aeroplane
(1914)

Personals,   pp. 23-24


Page 23

THE     AEROPLANE                              23 
Harold J. MacNeil who taught in East High school last year and also trained
the 
East High orchestra and Glee club, is now employed soliciting fire insurance
for the 
Nerita Marine Insurance Company. 
Richard F. Hints, who was an instructor and football coach for East High
for sev- 
eral years, is now principal of the high school at Belmont, Wis. 
Archibald Duncan, while playing against the Alumni on the school campus,
had his 
collar bone broken. The injury was not serious enough to compel him to remain
at home. 
In the game between East Green Bay and Kaukauna, on the grounds of the latter,
Leonidas Jonte, playing as center, had his left shoulder dislocated. We are
glad to say 
that Mr. Jonte has fully recovered so that he was able to play in the Thanksgiving
game. 
In the early part of September, Ruth Lefebvre underwent an operation for
appendi- 
citis at St. Mary's hospital. 
Miss Helena Fitzsimmons a graduate of Minnesota University, and formerly
an Eng- 
lish teacher in the High school of Hibbing, Minn., is teaching English in
the East High. 
She succeeds her sister, Mrs. D. F. Gosin. 
Miss Louise Kies, formerly a teacher in the High school of Grand Rapids,
Wis., and 
a graduate of Stout Institute, is now teaching in the Domestic Science department
of 
East High. 
Olive Brown, Mildred Kapp and John Dejardin have been forced to stay out
of 
school on account of typhoid fever. 
Mr. Gary, who is teaching in the East High this year, is a graduate of Milton
Col- 
lege, and taught agriculture in the High school of Bayfield, Wis., last year.
Mary Slaughter is cutting three wisdom teeth, and it is hoped she will be
wiser here- 
after. 


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