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Bugs, birds, and alligators were all found in the biology department, the
origin of many pupils' knowledge of plant and animal life. ln chemistry
and physics young scientists struggled with formulas and forces, courageously
meeting "D" Day every six weeks.
We learned what "x" equals and the radius of a circle, as Einstein juniors
in the classes of the third "r". Mathematics became more important to
young Americans preparing for futures in the fields of engineering, aero-
nautics, and chemical research.
Mrs. Margaret Wamsley and Mrs. Stella Richardson combined their talents
in teaching Ripple's senior girls home nursing and nutrition. Girls learned
the fine arts of bed-making, first aid, and the many other skills necessary to
the safety and comfort of the future American home.