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PREP RAT RY DEPARTMENTS
Mary Jane Dorris Billie Ruth Marguerite WOOdWa1'd
Columbia, Tennessee Wichita Falls, Texas Pulaski, Tennessee
I Jeanette Marsh Carolyn Wagstaff
Birmingham, Alabama Columbia, Tennessee
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N-?l5hVi11C, Tennessee Pulaski, Tennessee Pulaski, Tennessee
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Q Director-Miss Allen. - '
s Ist Row-Wyatt Martin, Williain Egrheart, Sinclair Daniel, Ir., Frances Ligget,
N Patty Sue Henegar, Jennie Io Parks, Henrietta Redding, Mary Ann Peden.
N 2nd Row--Billy Henry, Finis Whitfield, Betty jean Curry, Mary Henegar, Colleen
N Callahan, Annabelle Stein, Bebe Zucarello, Bobby Carter.
Q Not in picture-Mary Wade Long.
N The very newest department and one which has caused a great deal of
E interest and activity at Martin is the Training School. It is composed of
eighteen selected pupils of the second and fourth grades. ,
Q The supervisor and director of all its, activities is Miss Ava E. Allen
k of Nashville who has had much training in the field of child education. She
E is a most capable teacher and one whom the children love dearly. The
Q Training School provided a splendid opportunity for student practice teach-
N ing, and under the supervision of Miss Allen the girls received many helpful
E suggestions as to ways and means of correct presentation of material for
N child development.
As for the progress of the school itself, it is generally agreed that its
E members have received a comprehensive year-,S WO1-14 110t Quly in the fund-
amental subjects, but also in extraactivities such aslsupervised play, danc-
5 ing, dramatization, expression, music, and art. Some of the public perform-
Q ances include: The presentation of "The Town Mouse and the City Mouse".
E The Elf Who Stayed Behind , selections given by the Rhythm Baud and
N chorus, the Minuet, and numerous readings given in chapel and on college
Q All in all, the Training School has been a huge success this year and its
N continuation will be a great asset to the College,
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