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Mrs. Nelle II. Peery is a real service to the school and to the Community. Training in Music is an asset to any individual who would serve his community. One must be able to express his thoughts effectively and correctly if he is to be of great value in civic affairs. We learn to do that in Mrs. Strickler’s English Class. And who can doubt the necessity for a knowledge of chemicals and their reaction in this age! Miss Webb’s Chemistry Class offers the solution to this need. !| I Our School Shop not only trains students in woodwork, metal work, mechanical drawing, etc., but is also now available to the community for machinery repair work, and any other service it can render the public. Muriel Dewease is only one of the many Andrew Lewis girls who learn the art of cooking and serving through actual practice in the Cafeteria—service now and for the future.
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These portals have watched us come and go through all the days of our training. Perhaps , like the teachers , they , too , have sometimes wondered whether we would ever amount to anything —we were so lighthearted , care¬ free , and sometimes so noisy — but we shall. Ah yes , our days here shall not have been in vain. Having entered these doors , we go out better prepared for service. Here they are—planning schedules, studying methods and procedures, always eager to offer us the best in every possible way, in our training for service in their respective departments—our patron saints, the Faculty.
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’ i. -ssa ij Training in practical home nurs¬ ing is a part of the regular Home Economics Course. Miss Mickle, community nurse, demonstrates putting the patient to bed to Louise Dickerson and Eleanor Brown. Mr. Kyle traces the boundary lines of the area proposed to be annexed by legal process to Roanoke City. lie who has missed Mr. Snap p ' s English is indeed unfortunate for it is a general education m itself — mathematics, psychology, morals, culture—these being only incidental to Shakespeare. Passing by Room 116 one can always hear it—the click-click of the typewriter—service to the School — service in the business world — service, perhaps, for “ Uncle Sam.” Andrew Lewis produces hundreds of expert typists each year.
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