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PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
At Hanna High there are no intermural sports. However, the intramural sports,
such as our annual basketball and table tennis tournaments, are enthusiastically
One year of gym is required, usually of sophomores. In gym the girls learn to
play field hockey, volley ball, basketball, table tennis, calisthenics, shuliie board,
softball, and folk dancing.
This year a testing system has been added. The girls are graded on their skill,
attitude, promptness, and appearance.
The commercial and distributive education students are kept busy through a
combination of classwork and practical experience.
The students taking secretarial courses are Hanna Highs unofficial secretaries.
They mt stencils, type programs, letters, announcements, booklets, and serve as
typists for the student publications-HANNASGALS and TIDINGS.
Retailing is one of the more important characteristics of Distributive Education.
The participating seniors gain experience and knowledge through an actual job.
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
Home Economics is offered to sophomores, and Family Living to seniors. In
Home Economics construction and care of clothing, textiles, nutrition, meal plan-
ning, table setting, food preparation, selection and arrangement of furniture, and
use of color are studied. The curriculum in Family Living covers infant care,
child development, management in the home, selection and preparation of family
meals, clothing construction, and marriage and family relations.
Mrs. Gloria Kelly: Home Economics . . . , Mrs. A. C. Smith: Dietitian.
Mrs. Mary Dobbins: Family Living, Home Economics
Mrs. Anne Morgan, Physical Education Teacher, tosses the
ball for Marilyn Stanfield and Connie Smith.
Miss Edith Boyce: Practical Math, Bookkeeping . . . Mrs.
Miriam Gambrell: Shorthand, Typing, General Business.
Jane McLeese is shown how to set margins by Miss Mary
McConnell-Typing, Shorthand, Commercial Club Spon-
sor, Junior Class Sponsor.
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Long before Sputnik a strong mathematics
department was considered vital at Hanna
High. College preparatory students are urged
to take Algebra ll, Plane Geometry, and Senior
Algebra and Trigonometry. Commercial stu-
dents usually take Applied Mathematics, Con-
sumer Living, and Advanced Business Arith-
metic. At least two units of mathematics are
required for graduation.
A new mathematics course-Advanced Al-
gebra-will be offered beginning 1960.
Miss Gladys Cromer: Algebra, Geometry, Dramatics Club Sponsor . . . Miss Faye Jenkins:
AlgebrafTrigonometry, Geometry, Sponsor Allied Youth . . . Mrs. Nancy Hensley: Algebra,
Practical Mathematics, Geometry . . . Miss Elizabeth Jones: General Mathematics, Advanced
Business Mathematics, Practical Mathematics.
THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
The English Department of Hanna High seeks, not only to teach a
basic knowledge of English, but also to arouse the interest and apprecia-
tion of the student for our native tongue. There are various supplemen-
tary devises to aid teachers in their presentation of the courses. The
student has an opportunity to hear Macbetb, AIIHKOIZE, and other poetic
and dramatic selections read by well-qualified speakers. Records for
vocabulary development are also extensively used. For the girl who
desires extra help or needs practice in addition to classwork, drill work-
books are kept in supply.
Out faculty recognizes that creative work is necessary to offer the
student a well-rounded, balanced English course. Creative writing is en-
couraged by many and varied contests, and lucrative rewards add special
attraction to the competition. The S. C. High School Literary Yearbook
and the National Poetry Association also encourage youthful literary
Mrs. Young: English, U. S. History, International Relations Club
Sponsor . . . Mrs. Cobb: English, Art Appreciation.
Miss Ruth Boggs: English . . . Miss Elizabeth Richardson: Librarian, Library
Assistants Club Sponsor.
Miss Marietta McCown: English, Algebraffrigonometry, Senior Class Sponsor,
Senior Class Counselor, Business Editor of TIDINGS, Sponsor of Quill and
Scroll . . . Miss Margaret Hood: Enfzlish, Chief Counselor, Sophomore Coun-
selor, Advisor of Student Council, Sponsor National Honor Society.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Nancy Ramey Presndent Manan Meredith Vxce Presuient Mary Ann Martm Secretary Judy Mmyard Treasurer
THE 1960 SENIORS
HANNA HIGH SCHOOL
What IS Hanna I-hgh' To some, Hanna Hxgh LS a challenge to
academlc growth, to some, a molder of personahty, to some, the
dlscoverer of h1dden talents, to some a place nn wh1ch to whlle away
the tlme But to all Hanna Hlgh ns REMEMBERING
SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR Mxss Marxetta McCown
Nancy Rainey Marian Meredith Mary Ann Martin Judy Minyard
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