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Page 71 text:
Industrial Arts is a liberal education in shop. It does not, like vocational
arts, teach atradeg but it does give a general industrial background. Students,
under the direction of Mr. Williams, can develop skills in their chosen fields.
a The Home Economics Department directed by Miss Rendahl trains girls
to cook and to sew. This is not done haphazardly. Every step is planned to
meet an objective. For food these objectives are to learn: Preparation of food
for adequate diet. For clothing they are to learn: Fundamentals of wise buy-
ing, sewing, and development of personality.
Page 70 text:
Standing: Day, Swenson. Front row: Ianni, Mai-cucci, Fulke:'soh,McMu11en, Digitale, Boro.
Regardless of the few musicians in the orchestra this year, it produces
good music. Robert Swensen has been studying violin for three years and
Lorraine Digitale, pianist, has been with the orchestra for two years. Three
beginners this year are Frances McMullen, John Day, and Ralph Ianni. For
four years Fred Fulkerson has been a prominent figure in the orchestra. J
The orchestra made history this winter when it played for the Amador
County New Year's Dance held in Jackson. This is the first time a high school
orchestra has played for this dance and everyone thoroughly enjoyed the
The highlight of the chorus' activities this spring was the minstrel show
which it put on with the help of the orchestra. Those .participating in this
show were: Emalee Jackson, Dorothea Evezich, Mary Churich, Pat Chicoine,
Beatrice Vinciguerra, Julie Freeman, Connie Spinetti, Marie Espinoza, and
Sally Erb who comprised the chorusg Nat Lane, Robert Swensen, Robert Voss,
and Fred Fulkerson, end meng Dale Galloway, interlocutorg specialty num-
bers, Ralph J acksich, Fred Healey, Lewis Chicoine, Ralph Ianni, Emil Mar-
cucci. Instrumental music was furnished by the orchestra and by our ac-
cordian player, Frances McMullen. The show was under the direction of Van,
whose patience and skill have become traditions at the Jackson High School.
Connie Spinetti, '45 Fred Fulkerson, '45
Page 72 text:
Solaja Flew the Coop
Fiction and Fact from the H ealey-I acksich Alma-nac
Healey . . . Mr. Plasse, something awful has happened to your car.
Mr. Plasse . . . Vvhy, the last time I let you borrow my car l had to buy
another f eller a new fender, and the time hef ore a tail light.
Healey and Jacksioh . . . Ha! Hal But this time the state of California
wants a new bridge.
Lane . . . Darling, your eyes are as blue as the skyg your lips are as red
as ruhiesg your teeth are as white as pearlsg your hair is as smooth as silk
threads. By the way, may I have that gas stamp you have?
Early to Bed
Early to Rise
And Your Girl Friend Goes Out With Other Guys.
Highlights of the Intermission
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