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Page 38 text:
past, present, and future
The Social Science Department at
Adams offered something for everyone.
The purpose of social studies was to
provide students with knowledge of past
and present civilizations and their role in
maintaining and developing civilization.
There was one new teacher in the
Department this year, Mr. Bailo who
A new class. American History 3.
was required for Juniors. It was designed
to provide more information about our
history after WWI. The Social Studies
credit requirement for graduation was
The Seniors again held their annual
Convention to see first hand how the
electoral process works.
The Department was in the process
of evaluating its entire program.
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Page 40 text:
Our mad scientists were back at work
again this year in the Natural Science
Department. With Mr. White and Mr.
Dunn, the chemistry students made all
precise calculations in centimeters and
There was a little soil and water
analyzing which swung us into a new
course called, "Conservation Study." Mr.
Glenn was right into the soil of the matter
with the students.
Certainly there were many more
courses for those interested in science
including Biology. one of our required
subiects. Two other popular courses were
Pathology and Astromony, which were
taught by Mr. Mikula.
Of course we all knew when Mrs.
Talley's class was busy at work: there was
a distinct odor lingering in the halls.
With all these scientists at work how
could we not have the best Natural Science
Department here at Adams.
scientists at work
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