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Music students learn harmony, rhythm The Music Department, made of both vocal and instrumental sections, accommodates students with vary- ing degrees of interest and talent in group or individual instruction as the need indicates. It provides as many students as possible with many opportunities to perform good music in an interesting manner. To facilitate this, students are placed in talented and interesting groups. Both vocal and instrumental groups have several differ- ent classes and arc held during the day with a full credit given to each student. All groups perform several con- certs throughout the school year. J 1. Richard Klebe displays concentration as he draws from a record cover. 2. Freeman Braswell sketches an amusing cartoon. 3. Cindy Brubaker draws with enthusiasm and talent. 4. Concert Choir listens intently as they wait for instructions. 5. Prep Choir tries to Improve their singing ability. 6. Mr. Karl Killinger preapres band for their next number. 7. Mr. Carroll Bennink looks astonished at the beautiful sound of the choir. Music 189
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Art classes enhance students ' artistic skill The Art Department, composed of many different classes provides the basic concepts for students planning to continue in art. The concepts included study of ele- ments and principles of design, composition, layout, color, lettering, prospective and design. Students also learn to develop an appreciation for the history of art. Students who develop these concepts may be choosen for Dorian Art or other special honors. Like other classes, art meets everyday and each student receives a full credit. 1 188 Art
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Homemakers mix food with thought The Home Economics department offers five courses. Foods and Nutrition, Housing and Home Furnishing, Textiles and Clothing, Per- sonal and Family Living, and Child Development. Home Economics is much more than just cooking and sewing; it also touches on areas of interior decorating and enlightens people on the important aspects of having a family and raising child ren. 190 Home Economics
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