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James Ator Mechanical Drawing Stanley Jones Metal Working Jed Miller Wood Working Donald Simmons Auto Mechanics Cream £kilU Homemaking prepares girls for the future. Every girl should have a knowledge of cooking, sewing, child care, and home management to help prepare her to be a homemaker. Industrial arts offers students an opportunity to be creative and develop skills which will be beneficial to them in future careers. It provides an understanding of methods and tools, as well as developing strength. 1 Patricia Schwartz Homemaking Mr. Miller ex- plains a skill to a woodshop student. Future homemakers respond to question in Family Relations class. Mrs. Schwartz checks the fit of a dress pattern. Dan Jordan carefully uses shop tools. -16-
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Philip Allen Art Amy Under Crafts The Concert Choir sight reads a new song under the direction of Mr. Whaley. Mr. Henderson leads the Band and Flag Twirlers during a practice. Fine arts bring out the creativity and imag- ination in us. They enable us to achieve satis- faction through our own creativity, a feeling which is too often overlooked in the modern world. Bill Henderson Instrumental Music John Whaley Vocal Music Art students strive to make self-portraits in sculpture. — 15— fhe Band enlivens school spirit at a basketball game.
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Typing students increase speed through daily timed tests. General business and stenographic courses offer students skills which will be of use to them in their future jobs. The Distributive Education program provides ex- perience and training while the student finishes his high school career. Robert Beilstein Harold Brightman Commercial Commercial Richard Hoskins Bethel Knobbe Gerald Manning Gerald Miller Commercial Stenographic Distributive Education Stenographic 17-
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