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Page 19 text:
LEWIS RANDOLPH DOROTHY CHANDLER WILLIAM YOUNG
BA MA BS MA BA MA BA MA
US Hustory American
Government Counselor Hlstory Counselor
US History World World Hrstory Sociology US History
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Fred Brown Ed Cucclarelll and Harry Markowlch
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United States History isn't all serious-
ness as we can see by Mr. Richard
Wilson's class. Studying about the past
has its humorous moments.
Lessons in living can be another title for the social
sciences department. Solutions to many problems that
arise in our daily life are discussed thoroughly in several
social science courses. lf a student enioys studying the
functions of human groups and contemporary problems,
sociology can be elected. Much material is available that
will help students understand their own problems. Those
seniors who wish to prepare for a happy married life
may take home and family living. Dating, recreational
activities, mutual planning, income problems, family
cooperation, parental responsibilities, personality adjust-
ments, and children are discussed to great length.
United States History is required of all iuniors. This
class teaches the student the basis of United States
democracy and its subsequent development. A student
will see democracy in action and learn to distinguish its
accomplishments and shortcomings. By observing the
Democratic process, the student will obtain a deeper un-
derstanding for the past so that he may, in some degree,
anticipate the future.
World History traces growths of nations and attempts
to help students understand political, social, and
economic problems of today.
Current Geography offers students the opportunity
to study the geography of the world and at the same time
the current happenings in the economic, social, and
American Government acquaints students with a
working knowledge of the concepts of government and
gives students opportunities to analyze, discuss, and
develop a practical philosophy of citizenship as members
of their community and of their country. All seniors are
required to take this course in their senior year.
For those seniors who wish to study the various
problems that arise in connection with the efforts of
people to make a living economics is offered. The course
is very broad and has an appeal to the young people
interested in business administration or business
With such a varied and broad field there is undoubt-
edly a social science course that would appeal to
FRED MCGLONE, PETER KOKENAKES, DAVID AMERMAN, TERRY CONNORS, B.A.
American GOVemmeHt, American Government Home and Family, Sociology
Economics United States History, Counselor
Home and Family
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GENE ENGLAND ALFRED HAKALA LAUREL HOLAN DIXIE LEE CREWS
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of the commercial world the Industrial world and everyday llvnng
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