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T I dud Pls PL es ہے » Em om t] Tm i - سا سس ےآ Above: GRANDFATHER CLOCK. Dave Jesperson makes adjustments on his masterpiece. Left: BEARING DOWN. A metal shop student files the surface of his project on the disc sander. NEW ۱۱ ‘I've always dreamed of designing my own house,” said John Matt. ''The four semesters of drafting l've had haven't hurt that dream!” What Dan Aurand described as ‘‘just an average year” in industrial arts courses were more than average for some students. In metals shop, senior Sam Shaffer designed many different performance parts for his engine. One design included valves drilled into the manifold to prevent an explosion due to backfire. Everything I’ve designed so far has worked great, " reported Shaffer. Auto mechanics students saved time in spotting pr oblems in their cars by using the Sun Diagnostic Tester, a machine designed to diagnose engine problems. " Instead of using a different tester for each different area of the car, everything is all together in one tester,” said Brian Johnson. ‘‘It does save a lot of time and trouble.” Why did students choose to take an industrial arts course? Senior Mike Brewer explained his reasons. ‘‘| took auto mechanics for my own personal endeavors. Knowing a little about automobile operations are helpful to everyone.'' One advancement in the industrial arts program was the increased enrollment of female students. The Contract Woodworking course also increased in popularity because of a large number of students from Basic Woodworking signed up for it. Industrial 73 aa TE 88 . o ۴ DE پچ MIU ہے = = rf
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m e LN یت K « A USE : AT ' b ¬ D ۱ e e E =. " WS KN Km 5 - Ta Ca ۶ " - to RT CS ۳ CRN N %4 e DEN w E an. a ENSE ۲ ۲ TN - A C " E p Pv Above: PRECISION. Jeff Hoerner drills through a board in wood shop. Top: LATHE WHIZ. Ken Welty and Bill Futrell check over the metal lathe after use while Steve Capellen works in the background. Right: ELECTRICIAN PLUS. Reid McPhail performs an experiment with electricity. | A ae PAg TA e رہ ۱ 72 Industrial Arts
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74 Business HUI TRANSACTIONS F The Business Department provided many different classes for Students wishing to learn about business related Careers, Accounting aimed to develop an understanding in keeping business records. It also covered the problems involving the merchandising business. Kim Orsinger, senior, commented on the course, " From taking accounting l've learned how Important it is for a Dusiness to keep a record of all Its transactions. This should help me a great deal in the future.” Business Organization and management was planned to equip students with an understanding of the practices, Inset: SHINGLE-LING-A-LING. Phil Dowell and Dave Jesperson repair a roof for their business project. ۲ bien, — amore m M Ee س eh i, ت me —— ` تا ERES — o TT — = Procedures, and Organization of businesses. " It gave me the basic knowledge of business,” explained senior Craig Conley, “and prepared me for future uses in life dealing with money.” Consumer Economics taught the students the necessity of wise financial management. Having to do with everything from using credit, to purchasing insurance policies. Carolyn Willett, Instructor of the course, said, ۶۱ feel that it would De beneficial for every student to take Consumer Economics because It deals with business transactions that everyone has to tackle in the future. " EN
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