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The Normal Department
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Am student haxrng sixteen credits of Hrgh School work mrv ent r thr department
lhe cour e requires two vears work lhe first year consrsts of work rn Lnrted btates Hrstorx Algebra Crxrcs Geography Reading
and Domestic Science lhe second wear Phwsrcs Agriculture Political Economy Pedagogy brammrr ind Arithmetic
ln February and Max students are required by the btate Board of fgducatron to piss examrnrtrons rn each subject After these are
successfullx passed certrhcates to teach rn the chools of the state are granted
Thirty four pupils are enrolled rn the Normal Department fourteen of whom are memb rs of the Senior Class
The 'Normal Course rs popular and attracts some of the bright t grrl rn school Lp to the present time no young man his joined
tl'e cla although many flattering inducements hare be n offered
The Red Letter dav rn the Senior Normal w as the day of the debate w ith the boy of the C ommercral Course lVlavm Pence w as
The members of the Senror Normal Class are also allowed to wrsrt the crty schools for the purpose of obtaining practical suggestions ln
Miss Ramona Norton instructor rn Home Economics has chos n the followrng well known quotation as one particularly interesting to
students rn her department
We may lrve without poetry music and art
We mav lrwe without conscience and we may lrxe without heart
We mav lrve without friends we may lrve without books
But crxrlrzed man cannot lrve without cooks
There are four classes rn Home Economics-one unror and three Fres man Three lessons a week are desoted to sew rng and two to
The work rn sew ing includes practice rn hand sew mg the use of plain and fancv stitches practice rn cuttrnv from paper patterns the draft
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ln cooking all the work IS clone rn a w ll equipped kitchen w here the puplls are taught the newest and best methods rn cooking and serung
The most popular work of the vear rs bread making and bread judging contests
The work rn the unror Class rs more adxanced and includes besrde the sew mg and cooking a course rn sanitation and hous d coratron
The pcprls are p rmrtted to vrsrt stores and factories rn order to obtain so'n practical knowledge A xrsrt to the butter department of Swift and
Company and to the rug department of the MCC-regor Furniture Company were the pleasant events of the year
At the close of each semester the patrons of the school are rmrted to inspect the work of the department
Th girl who possesses a good knowledge of any of the Domestc Arts has a most xalurble means of malcmv herself us ful to others of
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