Hope High School - Lions Roar Yearbook (Hope, KS)

 - Class of 1957

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VOLTMETERS AND ELECTRICITY is studied in Physics class by D011 B01'-1, Alan Wuthnow, Mr. Nonken, Ronald Davis and Ashley Anderson, l Departments of Science and Mathematics THE DEPARTMENTS OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS are conducted by Mr. Ray Nonken, a graduate of Mc Pherson College, who provides willing and able leadership in these fields. The Science Department is devoted to leading students to a more complete under- standing of the world in which we live and of those things living in that world, The courses include Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and General Science. PERCENTAGES are worked by Carolyn Hartman and The Courses of Algebra 1 and 11, GCGITIB- Phyllis Jean Hostetter in General Math. try, and General Math are offered in the Mathematics Department, In this depart- ment, students strive to become better acquainted with the fundamentals of Mathe- matics in preparation for college or their their life work, GEOMETRICAL ILLUSTRATIONS are drawn by Mary' RhUd6S , DISSECTING BIOLOGICAL SPECIMENS are Deanna Black Phyllis Jacobson, and Carol Hill, Carmen Engle, and Ray Rutz,

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,K , ,.4"" Q Driver Education and Physical Education THE DRIVER EDUCATION PROGRAM in the Hope High School is dedicated to making better drivers by the development of good habits, skills, and attitudes. The course is divided into two phases, actual driving and classroom workg and is of one semester duration, Mr. Dick Gilman, who received his Master's Degree in 1954 at Kansas University, is the instructor of this class. PHYSICAL EDUCATION is a course available to only Freshman boys and girls, The course is to teach the student about the human body and how to develop it physically. Physical Education is divided into two phases, gym work and classroom work. The course is for one year and is taught by Mr, Gilman, CALISTHENICS. are an important part of Freshman Physi cal Education classes. ABOVE: Freshmen girls BELOW: Freshmen boys Who has the right-of-way? asks the Rutz triplets. TI-HS IS THE ENGINE explains Mr, Gilman to Sophomore girls taking driver education, ,, -.f,w,Mg.gw,,.h7ML U Ly' , asv 3, , 4 f I ' ' Q 4?M,T,,l.,-ms-1 . . M ' 6 M N W iii . K 3



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y Vocational Homemaking DISC USSION GROUP on Horne Management by the Senior and mor Hmm-making class. FRESHMEN pre-pare and serve lunch, ,QW wg. c ,W and F.H. . TO BECOME A BETTER MEMBER OF HER HOIVIE today and in the future is the goal for homemaking classes and the Fut- ure Homemakers of America organization, Hope High is proud to have all of the girls belonging to FHA, Homemaking class experiences are plan- ned for the development of class members toward this goal. To better understand the relationship between herself and her family, each girl, in cooperation with her teacher, plans and carries out three home projects during the year, A home project in each of the areas of family relations foods, child care, home management, housing, cloth- ing, and health should have been carried out by the time the third year of homemak- ing has been completed. These projects are also used for degree workin FHA, Mrs. Alvera Reynolds, graduate of Kansas State College, is the capable Home Economics teacher. She is also chapter adviser and District lll adviser of FHA, Future Homemakers of America FIRST ROW: Sue Brown, Jane Dillon, Ianice Schimming, Vonna Morgan. SECOND ROW: Lris Marten, Mary Louise Carmen Engle, Pat Harrison, Marilynn Klingberq. THIRD Phyllis Hostetter, Joanne Klassen, Barbara Ihde, Linda Rutz, Iudy Rutz, Clarice Bryant, Linda Nonken, Charlotte Phyllis Jacobson, Mrs. Reynolds, Adviser. FIFTH ROW: Deanna Roehrman, Mary Bernhardt, Margaret Helbach, Brunner, Jean Rutz, Mayleene Beltz, Regina Schlesener, was se

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