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Page 109 text:
What makes it go? Here we see Mr. Copenhaver, in Driver Education Class, trying to solve for Rita Carman and Vernon Lee the mysteries which go on beneath the hood of a car. M iss Martin and her student leaders, Marie Philpott, Connie Mills, and Chris¬ tine Kessler, are busy recording grades for the physical education classes. Beware, Macbeth! In Mrs. Fisher’s English class in Room 106 the witches stir a terrible brew to determine his future. Pat Johnston stirs the brew while her sister witches, Nancy Garst and Wanda Auvil, chant their charms and curses. ■A as “Comprendez vaus?” stand is a frequently ask M iss Miller’s French class, to this question may be found various facial expressions. “Do we dare?” These girls, Joyce Thomas, Carolyn Brammex and Joyce Robertson look as if they would like to skate down the hall to try out their new costumes that they made in Mrs. Blake’s home economics class. Students in Miss Annie’s plane ge¬ ometry class explain the difficult figures while she listens intently.
Page 108 text:
Mr. Houchens checks up on some of his D. E. boys who work at Green Market. Charles Gwaltney and Jackie Wimmer take a few minutes from work to report to their boss, Mr. Frank Richardson, and to Mr. Houchens. Now that spring is here we find the band assembling in the street behind the school for practice instead of in the auditorium. From here they will march to the municipal field. » i “If a bottle and cork cost $1.10 and the bottle cost $1.00 more than the cork, what is the cost of each ?” Mrs. Gillespie’s general math class fills the blackboard with the solutions to problems such as this as they learn Algebra, Geometry and Arithmetic. M rs. Hackman’s history class enjoys “history in the making” through tele¬ vision. Here students are given time out from weary classes to view a television pro¬ gram. School is interesting when we have an advantage like this.
Page 110 text:
“Watch that ball! Don’t let it touch you.” The dodge ball game grows ex¬ citing as one girl after another goes out of the circle, when the ball touches her, until only a few of the best “dodgers” are left. The girls acquire an accurate eye as well as excellent posture as they practice one of the oldest of all sports, Archery. While Ruby Jenkins looks on, her partner, Doris Cundiff, takes accurate aim to hit the badminton birdie during her physical education class in the gym. Over they go with a handspring—legs up, elbows straight, backs arched, heads up. Tumbling requires good co-ordination and a sense of balance and Betsy Hallman and Radar Lewis demonstrate their ability. It’s a jump ball! During an exciting basketball game in physical education class, each girl tries to knock the ball to her teammates.
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