Flower Vocational High School - Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1942

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W.-M, , All Alone At The End Of The Day Dr. Theilgaard's Problem-Programs And Freebies SI' Gathering Flowerltes Agalnl seg Q -257i Transportation Exaeperatio Awzflfemgafz D0ttlE And Lrma Can't Walt N' 4-:slim Q-Q' W :S .rf Campaign Stunt V Campaign Stunt wg., .. if ls City Council In Action Gcfogaz ET1t9S Sew For Th Our Sponsor Elf The Red Cross e Red Cross it One Purl Two for the Red Cross OUEH2 EZ Patterned Well For The Small G11 A Hat to Every Dress For The Red Cross I B Sqbiect English l.., ..,...........A..........., . General Science l ..........A.......... Home Arts l ............,.................... Mathematics l or Alge bra l ....... Music l ..................................... P.E. and Health l ................. za- English 3 ....................................... Biology l ...............,........................... Clothing l ..........,,............................. Community Civics or G eometry l Art Survey 2 ..................................... P.E. and Health 3 ....................c.... 3B English 5 ...................... Home Management .... Meal Serving .................. P.E. and Health 5 ............. ELECTIVES, Choose 2 Chemistry l ................... Modern History l ......... Language l ............ Poster ................ 4B History l ,....... Child.Care ..................,. Clothing 4 ..............,........... PE. and Health 7 ........ ELEcTivEs, choose English 7 ............,......,,,, Language 3 ......,. Careers .....................c............... Crafts ........................................................ 7 'kMusic 2 must be elected in 4A. ss. English 5 ................................... Shop l ........................................... Vocational Mathematics l ......... Vocational Art l ..................... P.E. and Health 5 ................. 4B English 6 ....................... Shop 3 ........,................. , .... Vocational Science l ....... Vocational Art 2 ......... P.E. and Health 7 ............. ........ Nita. PROGRAM OF STUDIES FIRST YEAR Periods Credits l l l l V2 W1 TW 'IA Subject English 2 .............,.....,..,,,,,.....,. .......... General Science 2 ,....................... .......... Home Arts 2 .....................,.............. Mathematics 2 or Algebra 2 Art Survey l ................................ PE, and Health 2 ..,................. .............. SECOND YEAR 5 7 5 3 l l l V2 V4 YW 2A 1 . English 4 .......................... Biology 2 .............................. Periods Credits 5 l 5 l 7 l l 5 V2 3 W1 35' l l Clothing 2 ................................ .......... 5 V2 Composition and Design ........ .......... 5 V2 2 Foods l .................................... .......... 5 Music 2 or Geometry 241 ......... . 5 P.E. and Health 4 ................ THIRD YEAR l V2 V2 Wi l l 28 30 or 32 4Vt I FOU RTH l V2 V2 3 V4 5 l l 28 or 30 M THIRD YEAR 2 l V2 M1 T557 3A English 6 ................... Clothing 3 ..........,...,.,.... Interior Decoration ........ PE. and Health 6 ............. ELECTIVES, Choose 2 Chemistry 2 .................. Modern History 2 ........ Language 2 .................. Quantity Cooking ........ YEAR 4A US. History 2 ....,...... Civics .............,.....,......... Dietetics .......,.,.,.............. PE. and Health 8 ,...,..,........ ELECTIVES, Choose 2 English 8 ,..................... Language 4 .............. Cosmetology l ........ Clothing 5 ....,....... - TRADE 3A g U.S. History ................................. . Shop 2 ............................................. . Vocational Mathematics 2 ........... . P.E. and Health 6 ........................ .... FOURTH YEAR - TRADE l 2 l V2 Vt - 38 4V1 "Band, Chorus, Choir, or 44. Civics ................................ Shop 4 ...............,......,.,......... Vocational Science 2 .......... P.E. and Health 8 ............ 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A , ww' Q 3' 4 f. we 'Y qi f eff xc , f Q ff E ff A s7,la'z14vof! vnu ,dau ' sk 7 PM A' W4 1 iz. lg k ggi 5 :gigaf-me -AM A f'.,ffgw Dress Rehearsal E. R. Moore and Co. 932 West Dakin Street Chicago Illinois FLOWER GIRLS AND CRANE BOYS DANCE Under Direction of Miss Ernestine Badt Director of Social Centers JOIN THE G.A.A. FLOWER ECHO Good Eats at FLOWER CAFETERIA 2 we Ear Dogs f, Stretchlng NNel1ieN Rides Well Fire,Fire Burn Stick G.A.A. Drive E Tiny Tot From Child Care Department Valentine Pres Hik1ng Hop-skip-JUDHP 'M X , Dolores Max Dan Bake a Cherry MN ,M in "Q,uick As A. Cat Cam Wink Her Eye" N M We Pack Uur HQ .,1 . Y W Wfmwvwem- .. , , Qagmuaztq FL WER Ecu-lo E vnl. XII. Nr l THE FIIOWER TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL D. Ermoian Writes lor For N. H. S. Magizine 71 Flower Has Exhibit Clara Gibbs. Hull I read the Just five years lub was founder ionsor. Miss Mal urpose of the clu ter interest in ph The Camera Clt te convenience ofi irls. been divided me Early School a Our Room of Knowledge By Hilda Schuller, 2A I. into this room. I walk. and see. Numberless books! for you and me, title, and the author's name. His bl0XflPl'1y tells, how he rose to fame He wrote the story, his very begr, When done, he took, a nice long rest. I'm sure. he had. imagination. He picked. the one. with inspiration! Bookfeading. I think, is an excellent In Chicago Public library Did you know that Flower had an exhibit in the downtown Chicago Public Library? There is a picture of the ideal girl of Flower and also the outfit that she wears to school. This suit. consisting of a dark blue wool coat and a print silk dress in a lighter blue. was made by the girls in Miss Mary McCabe's class. The blue hat was draped in Miss Loretto Ken- ney's class. There are also navy blue shoes, purse. and a veil to make the outfit more dressy. To complete the ensemble there is a pair of silk stock- ings of the right shade and sheerness Dr. Theilgaard Leads Discussion at Conference The Midwest Regional Conference. consisting of department of super- visors and directors of instruction of the National Education Association, sponsored by the state organizations of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. was held on Friday. Octo- ber l0-, at the University of Chicago. Their theme was, "Contributions of the School Curriculum in the Areas of Human Living." Dr. Sophie A. Theilgaard led the discussion on the Home Economics division of the Industrial Arts and Vocational Education section. She Knits, Too! "I think that Norma Heinz is a r At the meeting aft- . . perfect home arts student," decla ed lstructions in vari From 'lf We can leam fo be VUY Smifl- for high School girls' KS . ---'fi graphy such as le: By reading for reference. and read- 6559 good picture, ' mg for fun Qt 'orthwhile picture We've learned a great deal, when we we Q ii 80.'l':0 E composition ai are done. 00 xg, Q WL X ,rls also leam hc 6 65 116 , in-"M nlargements, anl Whengvef You have Uolhlllg else I0 SLCAQXXSCQO 05, ?:fY1?CfX6li ,Q 6 'd h f I 0- Y " "' I es' es t Q52 ea And you want some fun, 'cause you're 'gag' GDN 3:1 b-ii' 8 L' lonesome and blue. X65 XO xx I C A Pla Evenlfhol-lgh. you don't attend a col- Qjcgtnif. av lb . . . l egg' Jn ACCl'6d1l Just go to your nearest "room for During the mc knowledge' .heilgaard receivt -From Library Scrapbook. s ...nw Lucy FIC Made by the "Bookship Crew." s J ' Norma ' M' M A ma f gtstmi ,.,.....of- 'ii .::n.,:a..: nners 0 waiter, S"?"etestas-e fr-f WP ww r- NV' l .gan COI'ltCSt NLR, Cassegzon Guests O66 bil TRADE Lune .xx be hon XQK QSI ngunced T M gow.. W. GOOD P o ong the many slogans submit- the Flower Clean-Up contest I were chosen as winners by Dr. A. Theiigma. :yy gejlge Seleski, 4B.- "En- ean-up luncheon or' Frid Z the Mural Roo' ' tl: l W ' lote . Q Each schoo' Q, 'SQ ,g- td pictures 9 , 4' 3' 'D O ct - adm. sxgb Q, if A istr-ict ' Q Scsi' es. KOA 3, x. T 9 S 'Ci' ,zgsen V cl' 5 me if Jr Q. All Q, ko ' -utz. ct .Q e tr e ,I O as gc. secretal ' K' v.,fJune Biel -4' ,S Audrey i Y' ss-'it and Henrietti Qgorothy Rothfusf re .eau-up Committee nded the luncheon also s xmmittee is very happy t- ... ..,, 4, ER ECHO FLOWER TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL OCTOBER 30. 1941 Council Official Inaugurated atlle G s Bern S' - we 0' asking tative W efl To serfes 11-0- Flower Contributes Generously adyin a ny. .ate Sch lives M5 Yes they :hool I-los all, with arfield P: ty, May 2 :r the dir einz. Marie C large of tl ale assistar: One of 1 nding was ho is ir .O.T.C. Method Used to Swell Thanksgiving Fund Auctions seemed to be the most popular method of raising money for the collection of money for the Thanksgiving fund although other means were used. o 065 'Q4ct1'on" Slogan of Mayor Sitting D Smith Standing F. B Henderson H J Mehl vhich you earn, while rat n itself, may cause you tt Girls Design and Make Furnishings for Suite Irene Fovas and Mildred Landouel. IA-l6's, under the direction of In-' i you should give up your J return to your classes wh pens in September. Usua :bs are but temporary and MODERN GIRL MODELS 1820 DRESS One hundred and twenty-one y ago, 1820, Miss Rebecca Swain Vermont might have been seen sm by her fireplace doing a little sew It's very possible that slr: was W ing an English calico dress witl pretty red flower design, that had made entirely by hand. On Wednesday. October 22nd, vian Film. 3A. could be seen sit by the fireplace in the first floor fi of Flower wearing the same cz dress, with the short cape and l 'leg of mutton' sleeves. This dress I Misa Swain and Vlvlnn Fill ll WBS -iWdl'LllfQ I0 il Flower H. S. ed in Home nits Convention the teachers of Fl :ol who will take an a e convention of the A: n e Economics Associ holding its 34th ar t the Stevens Hotel fn 6. are Miss Helen MCC of the special meals iss Mary Ausman and ichanan, hostesses: and enrtv and Mice Rmv eceived a scholar- vestern School of Chrysanthemum ls Name For Flower High "The girls of Flower should f honored to have a certain variety chrysanthemum named after th school. The flower is yellow a brown and is on display right now the Horticulturist Hall of the cons vatory." stated Mr. Frank J. Baltl assistant horticulturist of the Garfit Park Conservatory. be .. -..,..., .......-rn. t of high schools. has tat in order to secure ad- y of the three city junior rise to get all high school 'Flower '74 l EQ BANG Flower Leads The Parade lean up Committee of Flower City Council The Clean-up Parade Looking For Dirt whiff Ottlng and Th e Ehrly-Bird Ca affix Watch 'em GrOW t5 Practicing For The Senior T Man's Turns To.... H0m6bUl1d1Hg lng For The Sen1or JVIQU MISS GILMAN'S DIVISION MISS GLASHEEN'S DIVISION fi F2 vw- QQLMME I W: IRI" MISS KENNEY'S DIVISION MISS McCABE'S DIVISION .mil x.. Qual' 7712 MISS WALL'S DIVISION MISS WILLIAM'S DIVISION I 1f.2421L. fl' f'T""'N.,j c::L :J2.L.l4. gxav-Q-A MRS. GOUl.D'S DIVISION


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