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Page 44 text:
low on supplies,
high on talent
There were many new changes in the Art
The main change was the addition of Mrs.
Cecile Jensen, who took the place of Mrs.
Nelson. Mrs. Jensen came to Adams from
Eaton Rapids. where she taught for five years.
Another change was the re-instatement of
Art History, taught by Mrs. Montgomery, and
the addition of Color Photography. taught by
New changes were also incorporated into
the art curriculum. Basic Art was made a
prerequisite for all other art classes. The
teachers also tried stressing art appreciation
more than in the previous years.
The art teachers, as well as the students
had to work with fewer materials this year. The
class that really was in need was the
Other popular classes taught by Mr.
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Page 46 text:
When drills drilled and hammers
hammered you could be sure you were
in one of the various Industrial Arts
classes. The Industrial Arts Department
had another successful year as was
expected. At the controls were Mr.
Lawrence, Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Orchard
and Mr. Rosenthal. Under the watchful
eyes of these teachers. students learned
to develop an insight and understanding
of industry in our society. as well as
machine safety. and craftsmanship.
In the Spring. the Architectural
Drafting class visited Toronto to study
architectural contrast in the city.
An interesting and valuable
Department. Industrial Arts will thrive at
Adams for years to come.
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