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loe Morrison President
Alex Miller Vice President
Dere Taylor , Secretary
W. Rainey Owen Adviser
Purpose: To train future workers for occupations.
lt takes two years to finish Diversified Occupations. There are twentyvseven
boys and five qirls taking this course. Great proaress has been made by each
member of the class, and by the class as a whole. Abilene l-liah School has
the larqest class in the state, with the exception of Dallas. Some students have
advanced in one year so much that their employers are askina that the
students be excused from their aareernent, which calls for two years, so that
they may ao to work as full-time employes. Mr. Owens hopes to continue
to help boys and qirls find places to worlf: so that when they are out of school
they will have a better knowledge of a trade. lt is hoped that a new teacher
will be added to the teaching staff next year to help take care of more boys
First How: Burnell White, Houston Morris, De-re Taylor, loe Morrison, Alex Miller, Lalfaye
Gooch, Zelma Schmidt.
Second How: lack Thompson, Laurene Little, Anita Franklin, Elois Mclflinney, Marla Richard-
son, Hay Landers, Wilford McAllister.
Third Row: Leland Williams, l. C, Wilson, Norman Grubbs, Robert Arrington, Charles Ford,
I. B. Moates.
Fourth How: Roland McAdams, Lewis Cheek, Pat Carson, Otto Upton, lack Holcomb, Winfred
Harper, W, Rainey Owen.
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