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Mrs. Jeanette Wagoner ' s bookkeeping class uses machines. Gommerciaf for i ie fSusiness ffor cf The purchase of new equipment for the business department through the Vocational Act was the highlight of the year. Among the items approved for purchase were: adding machines, overhead projector, skill builder, and a filing unit. Thirty new ad- justable typing desks were also purchased in September. Through the use of the new equipment it is hoped that business students will be sent out from our school better trained to cope with the everchanging modern business world. Typing II class under the instruction of Mrs. Jeanette Wagoner is shown wo rk- ing on office sets. Patricia Killion, Thelma Marshall, and Mrs. Mary Pruner are considering some of the details on the unit of travel project done by the general business classes. 30
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Mr. H. G. Musick ' s Biology Class studies animal and plant life on the campus. ‘CTlcfuancemeni Attempts are made each year to purchase new equip- ment in order to maintain the standards of an up-to-date laboratory. Our science teachers are united in their efforts to give these students the scientific knowledge and sound thought processes which are necessary to suc- ceed in any field. The attention of the science department is focused on the fact that the safety of the world rests upon the scientist. The responsibility is accepted and the pledge for advancement is given. Mrs. Hester Adams ' Science Eight uses the microscope to Mrs. Keele Lynch ' s Biology Class concludes their study of the animal study cells. kingdom by dissecting the frog. 29
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Rebecca Kilgore seems to enjoy cosmetology. or elier Id win a Bobby Ferguson and Jerry Lark are practicing masonry. Mr. Skeen teaches the prin- ciples of welding to Thomas Yates, Larry Snead, Ellis Huffman, and Alvin Yates. Lebanon High School offers two voca- tional courses: home economics and agri- culture. Eighty one students are enrolled in home economics and seventy five in agriculture. In an effort to broaden the curriculum of the high schools in the county other voca- tional courses are offered in the Russell County Vocational- Technical School at Cleveland. These courses offer training in auto mechanics, cosmetology, drafting, elec- tricity, and masonry. Sixteen students from our school are taking training at the Voca- tional-Technical School. 31
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