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Page 17 text:
Art II worked on a mural In the grade school
lunchroom this year. The combined effort of
these classes under the direction of Mrs. Janet
Stevenson worked many hours perfecting this
masterpiece. Art I worked on the basic art proj-
ects, drawings, still like and the principle colors.
Art I’s highlight of the year was making pottery
1. The art class expanded their techniques to T-Shirts this
year. 2. These students worked whole-heartedly on the mural
in the grade school. 3. Art I consists of much sketching to
begin the product. 4. Mrs. Janet Stevenson. 5. Margaret
Boeding works in painting a contrast of colors.
Page 16 text:
Mastering a foreign language takes many
hours of practice and work. Translating from our
language to Spanish and back again was the goal
for Spanish I and II students under Mrs. Charlotte
Cadwell. With her help, the students created a
Spanish atmosphere through CHS.
1. Mrs. Charlotte Cadwell. 2. Students enjoy the colorful
bulletin boards in the Spanish room. 3. Making pinatas is a
time consuming activity but rewarding. 4. Learning the lan-
guage from a book isn’t all that bad—it gets the job done. 5.
Students in Spanish class show and tell.
Page 18 text:
Vocational classes offered at CHS include, Ag I and
II, and Home Ec I and II. Advanced Home Ec and Ag III and
IV classes are alternated each year. A new class offered
this year was Ag IV, which consisted of a mechanics class.
Brian Ketelhut, Dan Rindels, and Steve Nelson won the in-
dividual crops judging contest for their 1st, 10th, and 17th
places consecutively. They will be going on a three day
trip to Minneapolis along with advisor Leonard DeBoer,
expenses paid by the Minneapolis Grain Exchange. Home
Ec classes did a variety of things such as sewing, cooking,
and many various handi-crafts. Child Development, Prep-
aration for Marriage, and Marriage and Family work to-
gether in the sense that it prepares you for future life.
Since Living classes grew larger, they expanded further
1. Annette and Roxanne prepare some goodies in Mrs. Emme's Home Ec
I class. 2. Leonard DeBoer. 3. Mrs. Merry Emme. 4. The Home Ec I stu-
dents combine their talents for a day of cooking in Home Ec I. 5. Mr.
DeBoer likes giving his Ag boys a little homework now and then.
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