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in Different Languages, Challenging Communication J. Franz points out one of the thrilling events in Spain--a bull fight--to J. Burkhead and L. Beavers. S. Sommers, P. Schaffer, J. Christman, and P. Arnold demonstrate the proper way to form a foreign vowel. Mrs . Stucky ' s Latin students learned that our English language is derived from Latin. During the year the Latin II students are required to write a term paper on a Roman activity and a bookreport. The Latin I student give reports on Roman gods and goddesses. Tapes, records, and exchange students from South America helped the Spanish students to further their knowledge of the Spanish language . Miss Williamson also sponsors the Spanish club which plans various parties using Spanish customs . Mrs. Stucky Miss Williamson 21 A. Ringger and J. Workinger take time out to poise for a Latin picture.
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M. Hamrick displays his special talent by giving a motionless speech. As a part of the educational advancement of Adams Central, the English and Speech Departments were strengthened by Miss Starns and Mrs . Kellogg. They brought many new ideas about English. Mrs. Kellogg is preparing the seniors for college by assigning many essays and themes. Also, she is preparing the freshman for further study in English. Miss Starns and Mr. Sprunger are also teaching the underclassmen the funda¬ mentals of English. Also the students in Speech Class are gaining confidence in public speaking from Mrs. Linder. We Express Ourselves Mrs. Kellogg Mr. Sprunger The Centrailites use the library to prepare themes, book reports, and general information. Mrs. Linder
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We Discover New Routes Ed Daniels can hardly bear to stop the discussion of government long enough to pose for a picture. (Row 3, seat 6) Mr. Shoup The students had the opportunity to read about one of our recent world events—the war in Viet Nam. Social studies is one faze of education that is intently studied by A.C. stu¬ dents. World history, taught by Mr. Hoffman, shows sophomores the com¬ parison of historical events with events of today. The juniors are taught United States history by Miss Starns. As seniors, the students learn about American government and the problems of our democracy. They are taught by Mr. Shoup. Mr. Hoffman 22
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