Florence (Sue) Egner-(Tull) (1955)
Commercial Art class of '55
No matter what the height of the student, tiny Miss Cherry always had things in control. Coming up on 60 yrs I still remember her classes.
Ethel Lau-(Denendo) (1949)
Yes, I agree with Florence's comment. Tiny Miss Cherry did always have her control. I'll never forget the day someone in our class threw a sponge up into the light fixture (can't remember who, if I did, I'll never tell). It probably wasn't the first time this happened. As soon as the sponge started smoking, Miss Cherry quietly walked to the windows and closed them, then left the classroom and closed the door. All of us silently laughed to see her standing outside with her arms folded looking in on us with that "I outsmarted you guys" look on her face. She was a great teacher and we all admired her.