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Our Eighth Grade students in Room 215 receive valuable math, instruction under the supervision of Mrs. Jennings. ¥ ■ I i ■ Members of Miss Watkins ' Physics Class spend many hours exploring the mysteries of me¬ chanics, heat, sound, and elec¬ tricity. Through experiments they learn the meaning of “what goes up must come down.” This is roll call with Mr. Crawford so let’s get ready for some exercise. It surely feels good to get out and relax away from studies and books. Typing is a job we all like and with Miss Proffitt’s super¬ vision we hope to make neat secretaries in the near future. In Mrs. Strickler’s Class test day rolls around, so we try to recall what we have learned in American literature. Let’s make some good grades.
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The Distributive Education Class offers practical on-the-job experience for its students. Ray Lee pauses from his work to pose for a picture along with his employer, Mr. Shepperd, and his teacher, Mr. Houchens. On Inauguration Day students’ dreams come true; television is brought into the school. Mrs. Little’s class watches attentively the entire Inaugural ceremony by means of television sets which are donated by the local mer¬ chants. M iss Webb’s Chemistry Class is very busy on days when experiments are performed. The object of this experiment is to test hydrogen for its properties. £ Mrs. Blake shows her Home Economics girls how to use the sewing machines in 305 and gives them all the fine points that help to turn out well-made garments. Faraway places are brought nearer to home as this Eighth Grade Social Studies Class ex¬ hibits its souvenirs from China. Mrs. Wertz, teacher, leads them in a discussion of this fascinating oriental land.
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