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Typing and shorthand are courses which go hand in
hand. These two courses are vitally important to the
student who plans a secretarial position in any type of
business. The new business machines of recorders and
microphones aid the students in their work in dictation.
Many students will never forget the valuable training
gained by working in the commercial courses. Bookkeep-
ing class is entirely involved in the setting up of a com-
plete bookkeeping system ofa business. Business law,
general business, and salesmanship are also courses
which use the various aspects of law and the proper method
of selling a product as its basis. The stock market is one
phase of any of the business courses which is of impor-
Business World Awaits
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ACTIVITIE . . .
Most Enjo able
Many important events took place throughout the
year which often times seemed too trivial to mention.
Those extra activities, aside from classroom work,
helped make the school year more fun-filled and rewarding
for all. Homecoming came firstwith its many prepa.rations
and its climax being the dance in honor of Queen Lois
The plays "Harvey," "Partes onher WeddingMorn,"
"The Valiant," and "Riders to the Sea," were success-
fully performed as inspiring school plays.
Then came the assemblies. These were held through-
out the year to break the monotonous routine of class-
room work, and to also help the students in their choice
of careers, as well as for sheer enjoyment.
Awards day held many surprises for the students
as class-elected, as well as school-affiliated awards
The last, but certainly not the least activity of the
year came with the junior-senior prom. The juniors worked
especially hard in earning the money for this 'fonce in
a lifetime" event. With the able assistance of Mr. Law-
rence Conrad of Ashland, they decorated the gymnasium
with the utmost skill. Then, later on, they proved it to
be a 'fdiamond studded" evening. The evening was con-
cluded with activities at the YMCA sponsored by the junior
and senior parents.
With so many activities to attend, andjobs to be done,
the students at Hillsdale were kept quite busy.
Homecoming was the major event of the football
season. Those present were Dave Twining, soon-to-be-
crowned queen, Lois Sellers, Pete Kosse, 1964 home-
coming queen, Candy Carl, and Butch Momchilov.
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