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Page 15 text:
es are those
lmportant among high school cours
that prepare students for a career. The classes in
home making, supervised by Miss Graney, empha-
sized dress designing, dietetics, and home manage-
ment. The fundamentals of typing were 'learned un-
der Mr. Cordes, who also had a class in general math.
' iness world training in ad-
For those entering the bus
' d and bookkeeping was given
vanced typing, shorthan ,
by Mrs. Parsons. Those interested in engineering and
other related fields were taught mechanical drawing
and shop by Mr. Lane.
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Page 14 text:
The advent ofthe atomic age has made science
even more important in everyday lite. Physics and
chemistry, taught by Mr. Marschall, awakened an
interest in the development of all science in relation
to modern life. Biology teaches students to adjust
themselves to their environment. All sophomores
were required to take this subject under Miss Rusch.
General Science, introduced to all freshmen by Mr.
Wallace, serves as a basis for all related subjects.
Miss de Vos, librarian, aided the students in
their enrichment of vicarious experience.
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Physical well-being and a code ot good s
manship are '
a must for healthy mi d
n sand well-round
e personalities. Through an extensive h ' l
cation ' '
p ysica edu-
program directed b M
, y iss Jackson, girls at
tained physical fitness and learned fair play. ln the
boys' gym classes, supervised by Coach Cole, the
development ot strength and skill were stressed along
with good fellowship.
Appreciation and love ot music plays an im-
portant part in the cultural development of the stu-
dent. Through participation in varied musical pro-
grams, directed by Mr, Farr, students enriched their
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