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At the last P.T.A. meeting of the year, an Wopen housen was
arranged. Each teacher displayed in her room specimens of work
done by the pupils during the year.
In the first and second grade room was a very interesting I
seed chart made by the pupils. There were displayed also many
health posters, health booklets, pet booklets, and a weather chart.
In the sand table was worked out a Dutch unit.
In the third and fourth grade room were four units of work
displayed: the life of Indians, Pilgrims, Eskimos, and the Dutch, ,
and Methods of Transportation. Each unit included booklets,
villages in the sand table, and pictures. Art work also was shown.
The fifth and sixth grade displayed their work grouped accord-'
ing to the subject for which the work was done, Maps for geography,
booklets for history, health posters and booklets, language stories,
a recreational reading chart, and book reports. Penmanship work
and art work were also displayed and a bird chart was of special
The seventh and eighth grade room displayed various maps, such
as product maps of South America and Africa. The excellent note-
books exhibited were on First Aid and Transportation. English
themes and science experiments were also shown. ,
The various high school classes displayed their work. In the
science laboratory several experiments were being carried on. Some
of these included an experiment for finding the candle power of h
light, three experiments on the refraction,bf light rays, and one
showing the effect of using a small and large pulley side by side.
Besides the experiments, there were a miniature water whee1,.
copper plating, and a gravity cell displayed.
In the home economics department were displayed dresses, house-
coats, pajamas, and aprons which had been made by the girls of the
Sophomore and Freshmen classes. There were also exhibited games,
crafts, and booklets. The new Singer electric sewing machine was
open for inspection. I
The commercial department exhibited various specimens of work
done in bookkeeping, shorthand, typing, and general business classes
There was a large chart showing the typewriting speed of each I
student. Very interesting, also, were the original designs made
on the typewriters.
'The English department displayed booklets on HThe Lady of the
Lake,H UIvanhoe,W and other notebooks and text books.
The history department displayed maps of European and American
history, and a guillotine made by one of the boys in the class. .
'The agricultural department displayed a miniature walking
plow, various grains, an aquarium, and notebooks.
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