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"Itffc1PPed its wi11g.s'!', "Alto Stratizs or Ci'rrru.s?"
ing group turned to this Very practi-
cal and direct form of war aid.
Motor Mechanics was a course in
which we learned how to be grease
monkeys. The mysteries of flat tires,
Many hands, light 'work
battery troubles, and automobile en-
gines were unfolded before us and no
longer loomed as unsolvable prob-
Our Airplane Spotting group learned
to distinguish between 1340, P39, Fly-
ing Fortresses, Liberators, and other
planes, and they put their knowledge
to practical use by doing actual spot-
ting for the town of Andover. On
Saturday mornings during the spring
they covered the spotting center for
three hours, and once they enjoyed
the thrill of spotting twenty-seven
planes in half an houris time.
The Vveather Class solved the mys-
teries of the sky, clouds, and winds.
They learned which clouds are nim-
bus, which cumulus. They were taught
to recognize favorabQe winds and to
forecast thunderstorms. As weather
predictors they should be invaluable
aids to the airplane spotters.
Plant was conducted for the girls
below the Senior-Micl Class. They”