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Page 17 text:
Social science is the study of the activities of hu-
rnariity since the beginning of history and is of great
value to the present-day generation because it pre-
sents the problems that others have faced and coped
with. There are reauired courses in this field in Elgin
l-ligh School, 1.-:hich are taught with the following obf
jectives in mind: to give to the student a clear concep-
tion of what various ages and cultures have contrib-
uted, to present enough historic background to give an
appreciation for the various types of government and
social institutions in the past which have contributed to
or modified our present social, political, and economic
system, to develop in the student not only an under-
standing but an appreciation of a government, what
that government means to him, and what his responsi-
bilities under this government areg to afford an underf
standing of the economic system that the nation has
tcday and a better itncx-:ledge of world affairs and cur-
rent events, af: our present age makes its own history.
Miss Martha Black and E. G, McLean
stop in the Abbott halls for a last
R. S, Cartwright, head of the depart-
ment, Miss Katherine H. Davery, and
Maurice O. Graff smile over some
social science fuzz." pas.
Shadow and Substance,
Leaving after a department meeting
are Kenneth I. Rehage, Miss Mary
Louise Smith, Miss Nellie E. Purkiss,
and K. A Montaonzerv.
Zzzifalerd in ada! .Siience
Page 16 text:
Zzzifclerd in oreign anguage
Because of the facilities offered by the rooms in the new building,
added interest will be found in the foreign language courses. Each
language is provided with a room which can be arranged in a man-
ner in keeping with the language, and thus afford a more appropriate
Pictures pertaining to foreign language and foreign countries will
be centered in the new quarters. A small library containing books of
foreign languages and foreign countries will be centered in the depart-
ment's office, thus giving the student taking these courses an opportu-A
nity for more extensive reference 'work and making such work rnucli
simpler for the teacher.
As a second stimulus to the course, there are the various clubs, The
French, German, and Latin clubs give students a chance for practical
application in addition to the pleasure they provide.
Without an understanding of many languages the art and beauty
of the old world will be lost to us forever. The study of foreign
languages gives one broader knowledge of the world in which he
lives and a better understanding of English.
A11in1r1d1'vrf1'tc.' Miss Hazel F Linkfielrl, def
Ju, dns ist vin Srhnzt fl Rui
Miss Anne Craig, Miss Mabel A, Engelbrecht
and Miss Lillian L. Taylor discuss those final Miss Irene Pielerrieier and Miss Marie Ansel
examinations of Abbott caught betwe n losses
Page 18 text:
The corninercioil deportnient offers courses tor two groups ot students.
ln one group ore those who gre interested in one ot the business voccrf
tions. These vocottions include bookkeeping, stenogrophy, retoil sell-
ing, gnd generol oltice work. ln or second group oire the students Who
ore interested in one or more courses in business which might be of
Votlue to them in their everydoy lives. lncluded here orre such studies
os personol typing, eleirientgry bookkeeping, business low, ond
The depdrtinent cooperotes with the business inen ot Elgin to pref
sent business troining which will prepore g highschool student tor ci
job in his home town. The troining is also brood enough so thot it
cgn be of vdlue to the pupil no rnottter Where he Indy choose to live
Zzzifclerd in ommercia
Mitzi: Eflno Lewis of Abbott
concluctaa her bookkeeping
i W Peck, Miss Glen-
nie E. Morrow, and Miss
Murroy study the
CTU.: Cf T115 TOIKID-
The steps to success ore
jointly ascended by I. A.
Kroitt ond 'Walter A. Kurxpf,
heod ot the department.
L, V. Robinson ond Charles
L Morrill zatudioufsly ubgl-
3'i 'i lc id 1 t
i f rg
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