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« National Problems — the guide to society This is a study of the funda¬ mentals of American govern¬ ment. It is a required course which is taken by all students in their senior year. While teaching the student how to be a good citizen and help his country in every way, Na¬ tional Problems also shows the reasons why he must be a good citizen. It also points out the problems of our pluralist society and proposes several solutions which have been given by authorities on the subject. Because these problems keep changing from year to year, the solutions must also keep changing in order to be effective. The students are kept up to date on these changes by related readings from daily newspapers, mag¬ azine articles, and papal encyclicals. Top: R. Matuszewski discussing the American Observer with class. Bottom: R. Harley giving magazine report. Page 83
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History—the • narrator of the past Through history, tales of lost civilizations and bold adventure are brought to the attention of the student. The freshmen explore the early life of the world and its civilization in Ancient His¬ tory. World History explains in detail the circumstances and happenings of the world in modern times up to the present day. American History must be taken by all juniors in order that they may better under¬ stand and grasp the purposes for which our country has developed itself and remained a place of refuge to those who are politically or religiously persecuted. Movies and de¬ bates are some of the addi¬ tional means by which the student learns about his country. History, the story of man’s success and failure in life, proves to be a very useful sub¬ ject to all students living in a cultured society. Top, left to right: C. Duncan, P. Saelzler. Bottom: Mr. Gajdostik explaining Ancient History. Page 82
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Left to right: R. Buehrer, D. Venier, J. Amstutz, M. Schramm, W. Staley. Bovs’ Art—the artistic stufly The Boys’ Art Department offers the stu¬ dents an opportunity to express themselves individually. The freshman and sophomore years are devoted to the basic technique of lettering, sketching, color and design, while the junior and senior years stress the application of these techniques. Along with these funda¬ mentals, students are taught leatherwork, wood carving, and ceramics. Any student wishing to follow a career in art after grad¬ uation receives in this course his initial prep¬ aration through his study of interior decor¬ ating, crafts, oil, and water coloring. Aside from his ordinary classwork, a stu¬ dent is given the opportunity to make posters for the various activities, such as retreat, senior play, and operetta, which occur during the school year. These posters for the senior play (Mrs. McThing) and the operetta (Guys and Dolls) appeared in downtown and neigh¬ borhood stores, as well as in different parishes throughout the city. All interested students have the oppor¬ tunity to become members in the Catholic Art Apostolate, which aims to restore all things to Christ. Page 84
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