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HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
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This department prepares the student to transform the apples in the
display above into apple pies.
In other words it prepares and enables the women of tomorrow to
manage a home. Besides the regular courses in Foods, Clothing, and Home
Management, Miss Volle teaches Boys' and Girls' Social Problems. These lat-
ter courses are designed to give the pupils some preparation for the prob-
lems of daily living.
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First Row Seated Left to Right: Mr. Stanley, Thalman, Nafziger, Sill, Vicini, Wilson, Tidey,
Foster, Simanton, Glade, Johnson. Second Row Left to Right: Shindledecker, Remus, Fish-
er, Dougan, Belter, Damon, Bermingham, Buckman, Jones, Pollyea.. Top Row Left to Right:
Deaner, Piggott, Coon, Crowel, Nauman, Nametz, Tillstrom, Lietz, Akright, Reeves.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The 71st chapter of the Future Farmers of America elected the following officers for
President . . . . George Glade
Vice President . . . Robert Tillstrom
Secretary . . Raymond Buckman
Treasurer .... . . . Frank Deaner
Athletic Manager . . James Bermingham
Reporter ......... . Roy Vicini
During the year the F.F.A. sponsored several activities such as the Southwestem Michif
gan Fruit and Flower Show, exhibits in various fairs in Berrien County and at Grand Rapids, Fa'
ther and Son Banquet, judging contests, and county F.F.A. picnic during the summer.
In May several of the members attended the State F.F.A. Convention at Michigan State
College and took part in the state judging and speaking contests. Roy Elson and Virgil McClure
were the local delegates to the convention, and Don Smith participated in the speaking contest.
Boys who entered the judging contests were: Robert Tillstrom, Albert Pollyea, James Bermf
ingham, Raymond Buckman, Roy Vicini, Edwin Foster, George Glade, Robert Remus, and Laurel
Robert Remus, Allan Feather, and Bernard Fishler represented Benton Harbor as the
apple judging team at the Grand Rapids Apple Show. .
In December of 1938 a Berrien County F.F.A. was organized among the eight chapters
in the county. George Glade was elected Treasurer of the county organization.
The F.F.A, is a national organization with over 200,000 members in every state and
United States possession. The national convention is held in October of each year at Kansas City.
The F.F.A. has four degrees in its membership: Green Hand, Future Farmer, State Farm-
er, and American Farmer. Boys must meet certain requirements to attain these different degrees.
The Benton Harbor chapter has had five boys who received the State Farmer degree at the state
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The Speech Department is administered by Miss Hansen and Miss Berryman. Its purpose
is to develop the desire and skills for vocal expression and as such is the culmination of a certain
phase of the English program. Dramatics and debate are 'fine examples of learning by doing. And
so we look upon them as a. vital part of our curriculum.
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Top Row KLeft to Rightlz Hile, Stolpe, Schwartz, Cassidy, Foley, Brannock, Burket, Smith,
Zindler, Higman, Betty Nybro. Bottom Row: Belle Nybro, McKee, Tauner, Steenrod, Howarth,
Kinas, Ferrell, Barker, Culby, Anderson, Reeves.
The Dramatics Class of 193889 was organized as a club in November by Miss Adela
Hansen, director of Dramatics. The following officers were elected:
President .......... Ruth Holder
Vice President . . .... Robert Hunt
Secretary . . . . . Jacquelyn Anderson
Treasurer . . . . Norma Pangborn
Advisor ........ Miss Adela Hansen
Several interesting and successful projects were included in its activities, which included
a display of a group of miniature stages, each representing an outstanding scene from some clasf
sic play. A skit for the carnival was prepared by three separate casts and a group of poster artists
and general advertisers, thus comprising the entire class. Among the short plays prepared and pref
sented during the second semester was "The Wonder Hat," a harlequinade. It was studied as a type,
historically and as to its possible settings and costuming. The ideas of the class were carried out in
detail. Makefup was studied by the entire class and brought into effect during the production of
the Operetta "Tune In," all of the chorus being made up by members of the club. The inter-
pretation of dramatic poetry and the study of one long play, "The Rivals," completed the year's
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