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Page 14 text:
Can She Bake H Cherry Pie?
Courses under Miss Swavel and Mr Ashbrook's
direction are transcription, shorthand, and type
writing, Mr Ashbrook also teaches commercial
Waiting to have Miss Alma Swavel
sign her make up sheet is com
mercial student, Judy Barnes
Home economics teacher, Miss
Geraldine Gutowskl, demonstrates
the proper 'methods of cookery to
girls in her fourth period foods
classg while Miss Helen Yerger, in-
structor of the seamstress classes,
fits Jean Shiv1ey's dress.
Carrick is proud of its newly mod-
ernized sewing and cooking depart-
mentsg they are a pleasure to work
Wayne Davidson struggles over his bookkeeping with
Mr Waverly Ashbrook offering a few helpful short
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U0u'II Never lllalk Hlune
'Die door swings open to the wide world. You the faculty, have gently, quietly,
and unobtrusively prepared us for this exit. How can we convince you of our
appreciation for the help you gave when we were troubled or in doubt, sick or
distressed. Your patience, consideration, and willingness to lend a helping hand
will never be forgotten. Through gym and swimming classes you showed us the
coordination of our bodies, the reward of practice, and the joy of good sports-
manship. You introduced us to the mysteries of the sciences. Through the social
studies you inspired love of our country and understanding of others, What distant
horizons you unveiled in English and American Literature, how earnestly you
tried to make us think straight and to write clear, correct prose. You taught us the
skills of the homemakers of tomorrow, and encouraged our interests in industrial
arts. You stressed the development of speed with accuracy for the future nine-
to-five workers. In other elective fields you developed our musical talents and
increased our appreciation of beauty and foreign languages.
And now the great door opens and we go out. We will return occasionally to tell
you of our little successes and how we regret that we had not done better during
our stay with you. Always you will be in our hearts.
In the new office is Mr. James Tomb,
Mr. Frederyck Holmes, vice-prin- f
cipal, explains proper lunch pro-
cedures and hall conduct.
Girls' adviser, Miss Marion Clark,
administers peppermint to an ailing
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New faculty additions, Mrs. Clara Clothiaux and
Mrs. Estella Haase, give a maze of math problems
to their pupils for homework.
Putting their heads together, Miss Margaret Stewart
and Mr. Melvin Vesely, mathematicians, discover
new angles to puzzle geometry classes. These two
are senior sponsors of Rooms 25 and 21.
Acting as a 'guiding light' to senior Walt Esser is
Mr. Harry Dittmar, mechanical drawing teacher.
The mechanical drawing course includes everything
from bird house designing to modern architectural
blueprints. Mr. Dittmar, who has Room 5, is also
head sponsor of the senior class.
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Mr. Grover Robbins, wood shop
instructor, seems puzzled over met-
al shop teacher, Mr. Michael Dim-
perio's knowledge of wood. Boys
in their classes learn the funda-
mentals of shop work.
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