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In the junior high geography classes various
natural resources were studied. In Miss LoeW's
plan of work, scrap-books played an important
part, as did maps. Janine Burger is looking over
a map of the United States which shows both the
originality and the ability of the students.
Under the direction of Mr. Hansen four boys in
his geography class are making a large world map
in order to follow the war news to better advan-
Collecting samples of coal and making posters
showing the uses of coal were activities which the
students really enjoyed in Mr. Palmer's seventh
grade classes, Alfred Alessandrini is showing his
project to Mr. Palmer for his approval.
Dave Hulswit, Virginia Hall, Harold DeBoer,
Betty Chrisman, and Bill Gill are leaving for the
police court where they are to study the pro-
cedure as an outside activity for Mr. Fuehrer's
Mr. Ludwick discusses with three members of
his eighth grade civics class some of the problems
of everyday driving. A large part of this course
is given to the study of good driving in prepara-
tion for the students' applications for their driver's
licenses, Those students who make a high score
on the tests are given a certificate showing their
Shop classes are becoming more important as
the war efforts of the Nation demand more engi-
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Mr. Shillinger of South High
School, who was Ottawa's acting
principal for nearly a year, is now
back with us again in the same
capacity. He is very much interested
in student activities and attends
many. Here Gloria Runyon, Lois
Streelman, and Patricia Allen have
stopped to talk with him for a mo-
ment, while resting at the skating
party which the seniors gave this
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neers, craftsmen, mechanics, and printers. Care-
fully trained and supervised workers are essential
in the finely specialized type of warfare We are
Ralph Dunn, as well as other students in the
mechanical drawing classes, listens intently to the
constructive criticism of Mr. Kennedy.
Several boys who are in our armed forces have
told Mr. Buboltz how glad they are that they took
printing courses in high school. Lyle VanDen-
Berg may some day be grateful, too.
Woodworking, too, does its part in National
Offense. Several classes are making model air-
planes which will be distributed among the air
raid wardens in various cities in order that they
may learn to recognize the different types of
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planes. Warren Schuitema fastens the legs onto
his table While Mr. Hutt looks on. This is of the
more advanced type of Work.
National Preparation has also shown the great
importance of foreign languages. Spanish, now
very important because of our dealings with the
South American countries, was offered this year.
Ray Zwingeberg. Allan Brown, Judy Klevorn,
Nancy Young, Frank Fry, and Mary Schopps,
members of the Spanish club, are rehearsing in
Miss Holmes' room for their radio program on
In Miss Horn's French classes the play they
studied this year was dramatized. Art Ophoff,
Florence johnson, Roger Ryskamp, Roger Hoyt,
and Carole Jacobsen are enacting the rescue scene
in "Le Voyage de Monsieur Perrichon".
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