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Page 29 text:
The Fine Arts Department has developed into one of the most out-
standing departments of the college. This year there are more than forty-five
students who are taking courses in this department. '
Violin and art under the direction of Miss Teresa Patterson, Expression,
Mrs. Sinclair Daniel, Piano and Voice, Miss Myrla Peck constitute the Fine
Arts Department. There are also courses offered in Harmony, History,
Music appreciation, Sight-singing, and Form and Analysis for those desiring
college credit or certificates.
Last Winter two recitals were given in which the students from the
piano, voice, violin, and expression departments participated. In the spring
Miss Doris Mason, assisted by Miss Anna Coble, contralto, gave her grad-
uate piano recital. Miss Evelyn Largen gave a graduate recital in expression,
assisted' by Miss Evelyn Elam, soprano, and Miss Jean Smith, pianist. I
Much credit is due to the Eine Arts Department and the entire school
is proud of the excellent Work they have done. D
ISt Row-L. DePriest, Goad, Humphrey, jean Yancy, B. Marsh, Wagstaff, D.
DePriest, Sinclair Daniel, Jr.
211Cl Row-Ralls, Hudson, Reese, Eatherly, J. Marsh.
3rd Row-Largen, Howell, Gowan, Daniel, Mason, Smith.
4th Row-7Bost, Couch, Baker, Elam, Gann, Miss Peck, Coble. A
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Ist Row-Humphrey, Perry, Sutton, Wilson, Ammons, L. DePriest, K. Crow, Hil-
liard, E. Crow.
2nd Row-D. DePriest, Howell, Stephens, Hudson, L. Stanfield, A. Stanfield,
Reavis, Ralls, Ruth, Mrs. Smith.
September, 1936 found nineteen bewildered Freshmen entering the Home
Economic's Department of Martin College. They soon found that Home
Economics consisted of more than dress making and cake baking. Under
the supervision of Mrs. Walter B. Smith the courses of study included
original designing, color harmon.y, dress construction, house designing and
furnishing, budgeting, and house management, child care and training, ex-
perimental cookery and meal planning. In each course individual projects
were planned and carried out.
One of the main projects of the department was the management of the
tea room. This gave each girl of the Home Economics Class an opportunity
to learn managing, buying, and selling. The class was hostess to several
social occasions throughout the year. An exhibition was held the last week
of school at which time the students displayed the products they had made
during the year. Smocks, dresses, books, children's clothing, and numerous
small articles were shown.
The new equipment which has recently been added to the department
includes two electric stoves and indirect lights.
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