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Page 25 text:
Taking Time Out From Classroom Routine . . . Mrs. Henson and Mrs. Vineyard, chaperones, and Mrs. Weeks, sponsor of Y-Teens, smile as they watch the couples dancing during the Sweetheart Dance. Without them the dance would not have been the success it was. During the first of the school year the Virgil Class was honored by having Dr. Moses Hadas, head of the Department of Greek and Latin at Columbia Uni¬ versity, New York City, to speak to them. Dr. Hadas is the author of many books; his latest book, ‘ ‘Ancilla to Classical Read¬ ing, ” was recently chosen as the book-of-the-month for a classics book club. Pictured here are (Left to Right) the secretary at Hollins College, Dr. Stuart P. Degginger, professor of Humani¬ ties at Hollins, Dr. Moses Hadas and Miss Virginia Cook. Mr. Coffman uses the ladder to make a goal as Mr. Harless, Verl Mershon, Glenn Parr and Jimmy Brightwell attempt to retrieve the ball. Discussing plans for the as¬ semblies are Mrs. Gillespie and Mrs. Strickler, as they stop for a few minutes on Senior Hall. Mrs. Gillespie was chairman of the assembly committee and Mrs. Strickler was on the committee. The coordinators trying to find a short cut for compiling re¬ ports are (Left to Right) Mrs. Staton, Twelfth Grade, Mrs. Chapman, Eighth Grade, Miss Lawrence, Ninth Grade, Miss Goodwin, Tenth Grade, Mrs. Keffer, head coordinator, and Mrs. Easter, Eleventh Grade. “I’m Salem born and Salem bred!” yell Mrs. Newton, Miss Slocum, Mrs. Strickler, Mrs. Staton and Miss Cook, who were faculty cheerleaders at the Faculty vs. Seniors Basketball game.
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Wondering . . . Beginning To Use Formulas . . . Mrs. D. Chick Miss Frances Hurt Mrs. Julia Hylton Mrs. L. Jennings Miss M. J. Maxwell The aims of EIGHTH GRADE SCIENCE are to present to the pupil, in an appealing, but general way, the tacts and principles neces¬ sary to give him an understanding and appreciation ot his environment, to help him adapt himself to the modern world in which he lives, to cultivate his skills in problem solving and to train him to work and think scientifically. There is little in life that is not affected by science and careful, accurate observation in¬ creases the ability to do any job better no matter what it is. The course explores the fields of meteorology, astronomy, chemistry, electricity, biology, health, and con¬ servation. Its aims are to encourage and stimulate the youth of today to keep on the upward path of life. Another subject which greatly aids the struggling youths on one of life’s greatest climbs is mathe¬ matics. The purpose of EIGHTH GRADE MATHEMATICS is to convey to pupils an understanding and appreci¬ ation of the role of mathematics in many phases of modern life, and to develop some degree of skill in solving real problems that arise. Fundamental skills of preceding grades are reviewed; concepts of elementary plane geometry are intro¬ duced; formulas for finding the area and volume of simple figures are studied; percentage and its uses, insurance, banking, taxes, invest¬ ments, and measurements including the rule of Pythagoras are empha¬ sized. Preparation for academic courses is integrated with practical, every¬ day mathematics.
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ping The Faculty Smooth The Paths - •■ - ... jjs% Our cafeteria supervisors, Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Bradley, spend their time keeping the students healthy, happy, and well fed. Each day they prepare for and supervise three crowded lunch periods. Mmmmmmm: Food! Am I hungry!” says Jo Ann Conklin as Miss Lula Francisco, our faithful worker, and Mary McDaniel serve her lunch. Mr. Morgan Schuster and Mr. Tommie Clayton are serving soft drinks to thirsty students during the lunch periods. Their courteous service helps to keep the lines of students moving quickly in the crowded cafeteria. Mr. Ralph Long, one of the nineteen drivers, whose buses carry students to and from school, has an extremely difficult job that requires patience, understanding, and an ability to disci¬ pline, as sixty-five per cent of the An¬ drew Lewis student body comes to school on these buses. Students are brought in from Catawba, Boones Mill, Starkey, Back Creek, and areas surrounding Salem. Mr. Saunders, the janitor, has many responsibilities which include heating, cleaning, and general maintenance for the school. [ 22 )•
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