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Page 84 text:
Jrt Tlepa rtment
One of the most fascinating departments of our school life meets
in the studio at the Northeast corner of our top Hoor. Here those stu-
dents interested in Pictorial Art assemble for a double period of Work.
Nearly all the mediums known to art are exercised by the various stu-
dentsswater color, oil, pastel, clay, and metal. ln the poster work the
classes are especially proficient, and the exquisitely attractive postures add
beauty and color to our halls.
Many of the students are particularly interested in cartooning, and
our local publications use most of this class of work produced. ln the
metal work many of the students add appreciably to their income by the
sale of specially designed rings, belt buckles, and book ends.
ln the spring of each year this department holds a public exhibition
of the results accomplished in all lines of its work, and the artistic public
is always a welcome and enthusiastic visitor.
Page 83 text:
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Oak Cliff has always appreciated the true Worth of her Public Speak-
ing Department, and has realized from the programs staged before the
school each term, that it is becoming better with each succeeding class.
And this year, under the leadership of Miss Baker, not only has the class
excelled itself in its regular routine work, but also has obtained recogni-
tion beyond the bounds of the school. In addition to performing the
classroom assignments, the public speakers gave, at the request of the lip-
Worth League of the Oak Cliff Nlethodist Church, a public program with
"Youth and the Bible" as a general topic, and then just to show their
versatility, planned a humorous program for the Professional Womenls
Club which was so well received that the very next morning it was pre-
sented before the school assembly.
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When this course started in O. C. H. S. an opinion was prevalent
that it was a snap course, and to it flocked enthusiastically those students
who were not linguistically inclined. They may have come to scoff, but
they remained to work at one of the most interesting and instructive tasks
that they had ever met-a task that taught the hand to obey and to C0-
incide with the mental process. The visible results of this Work prove its
efiiciency and practicability. The large number of students enrolled prove
its interest and its worth to our high school curriculum.
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