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Page 79 text:
The Domestic Art Department in O. C. H. S. is designed to teach
its pupils the basic principles of sewing and millinery. The girls are
taught to make complete costumes for themselves and each spring the classes
hold a style show-Q-the girls of the classes act as models and display the
hats and dresses made during the term. ln addition to this practical knowl-
edge of the art of sewing, the girls are taught the value and usefulness of
materials, as well as the suitability of the various colors and patterns to the
figure they are to adorn. judged by results, this department is one of
the most successful in our school.
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To those who wail, "Where is the old-fashioned girl who liked to cook?" we reply,
"She is here in our Domestic Science Department-at least the 1925 model is here." This
practical and interesting course is Hlled to capacity with those students who desire a deeper
and more definite knowledge of the sciences and arts relating to the home. The course is
designed to develop dexterityg economy of timc, money, and energyg and knowledge of ma-
terials. During the year the girls prepare and serve several luncheons. These are perfect
in appointment and complete in every detail.
Page 80 text:
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The Physical Training Department is one of the largest in school, including the first
and second year girls and a few upper classmen. The regular work is the calisthenic exer-
cises which are given to improve the general health of the girls taking the courses. To
have variety, games and folk dances are introduced. Indoor baseball and volley ball, two
branches of athletics for girls, are taught in the regular class period.
Every year Il Spring Festival is given by this department. Special dances and stunts are
included on this program together with exhibitions of regular class work,
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