Defiance High School - Panorama Yearbook (Defiance, OH)

 - Class of 1957

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In Home Ec. I classes, cooking, sewing, care of clothing, rules of etiquette and good grooming are studied by the student. The student in Home Ec. II learns how to look for good materials in clothing, how to get more wear from her clothes, and how to make clothing in a short time. Personal grooming and good posture add greatly to the appearance of the girls. Training for future homemakers is presented to the student in Home Ec. III. Girls learn the importance Miss Bowyer shows Vicki Smith how to finish hemming a skirt. of making a house a home and what a successful home provides for its members, Taking part in baby care, balancing a family budget, and carrying out household duties are many of the proiects which these girls take part in. Home-economics education unifies knowledge from many fields in solving home-life problems. It draws on science, art, social science, psychology, and mathematics. It teaches students to dress becomingly, eat better, care for their homes, and live happily with their families. "I guess I'm just not an Italian." Miss Myers holds the plate while Maryann Nolan serves spaghetti. ' 3? vs-.NN x NS' V' gs - I 1. -r ' 4 f -t'I X

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HU E ECU UMIE5 "ln love of home, the love of country has its rise." Charles Dickens The Home Economics Cooking Department in De- fiance High School boasts one of the best-equipped departments in the school. Modern, efficient stoves, refrigerators, and laundry equipment are replaced annually so that the girls may have the opportunity to learn and take the advantage of the latest de- vices. Spacious kitchenettes with stainless steel topped cabinets provide ample opportunity for the girls to practcie cleanliness and efficiency in plan- MISS GERALDINE MYERS MISS MARYETTA BOWYER Subiects: Home Economics Subiects: Home Economics 8 and I ll and Ill Education: Defiance Col- Education: Defiance Col- lege, B.S. in Ed., Western Reserve Uni- versity, M.A. Extra Activity: Adviser to Boosters lege, A.B. in Ed., B.S. in Ed. Extra Activities: Junior and Senior Play costume adviser ning and preparing tempting dishes. The Sewing Department is equipped with eight modern sewing machines which are outfitted with attachments and time-saving devices. The long tables, fitting room, and full-length mirror aid the making of better-styled, better-fitting, and longer- wearing garments. Girls in the eighth grade Home Ec. classes are introduced to the fundamentals of sewing and cook- ing. They learn that one of the steps in becoming a successful homemaker is learning to cook for health as well as for appetite appeal. It's a woman's world, or is it? Roger Boff and Paul Heil- man disprove this theory by taking Home Ec. .f sf .Dwi ft N f iff



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6666960609 if 000!,0.g,'2,0o0,,'2,02 EUMMEHEI L SPACE BAR Mr. Hampshire points out the different keys on the typewriter to the typing class. "Multiple-skill training for business is necessary for life in a democracy." I. David Satlow Preparation for functional economic living is a vital phase of education for life adjustment. The uncertainties of our time intensify the need for training in practical economics. More than ever be- fore the adiustment of boys and girls to our economic and business life demands a constructive attitude toward business, a clear understanding of its func- tions, and the ability and skill to use its goods and services effectively. These are the outcomes sought by the Commercial Arts Department at Defiance High School. The goal of the type of training provided by the commercial courses is competence for stenographic or secretarial positions. In Shorthand I the student studies the basic fundamentals and symbols. The development of basic skills of writing shorthand, transcribing, and typewriting are continued in Short- hand ll. The student who has passed Shorthand l and ll is eligible to take Secretarial Practice where he follow the procedure of a typical office. This course does more than prepare for the high level of stenographic proficiency. The training program is of such a nature that it prepares the student for initial office jobs and develops a background of understanding that qualifies employees for promo- tion to more responsible positions. -1. Miss Clingaman shows Secretarial Prac- tice students how to correctly use the mimeograph.

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