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There is never a dull moment for Miss Webb and her chem¬ istry students in Room 303. Even if the experiment fails, every one on third floor is sure to know of the attempt by the loud explosions and unpleasant odors drifting into the hall. Sixth Period, music fills the air as the Senior Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Peery, joins in harmony. Many hours are spent in preparing for radio programs and other perform¬ ances. “And with this device, known as the Biltmore Stick, we can measure the height and diameter of trees.” Mr. Kinsey enlightens his fourth period class on the finer points of forestry. No wonder the Home Eco¬ nomics girls are never hungry at lunch, after sampling all the foods they are learning to cook in Mrs. Ames’ class! The typewriters click and the mimeograph machine whirs as the office practice group, under the guidance of Miss Purcell, learns skills that will prepare them for their future jobs. ■■■■
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In the heat of late August, long before students give school days even a fleeting thought, the faculty meets to discuss school plans. Mr. Alexander is pre¬ siding here. In the clinic, angels of mercy, under the supervision of Mrs. Shriver, spend their study time distributing pills and hot water bottles among ailing students. Here, we see them making beds and checking their medicine sup¬ ply for the year. A favorite spot with students is the snack counter in the cafeteria. Mrs. Bradley is al¬ ways there with a friendly word for everyone. Weeks before school begins, Air. Snapp is busy at the long and difficult task of registering every student in the proper place for each hour. Mrs. Evelyn Foley, secretary to the principal, lends a helping hand as they register. Mr. CofTman is the main at¬ traction for most boys and girls during the first few days of school. Long lines of students await h : m each morning to buy books, paper, and pencils so they will get off to the right start with their favorite teachers.
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Who says Latin is a dead language? It does not sound dead here as, under Mrs. Little’s guidance, the first year Latin students learn to master the strange syllables of an ancient tongue. Strange creatures roam be¬ neath the powerful lenses of the microscopes as Miss Watkin’s Biology Class explores the animal kingdom. English is the basis of all of our studies. Mrs. Parrish’s class displays their talents at writing paragraphs. Students enjoy the method of education practiced here by Mr. Coffman in his Freshman Science Classes. All attention is focused on an interesting scientific movie. “And in 1492 Columbus dis¬ covered America.” Mrs. Garner’s History Class has learned that there is an enjoyable way to learn about life in this great country, they see historical events and the lives of great men portrayed on the screen.
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