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Page 37 text:
PHS Artists Build, Paint, Model, Draw
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Deciding what to put where in his model drearn
house doesn't seem to be too much ol a problem lor
nrt student Dennis Snyder.
Practicing his skill in lettering, Bill McCormick works
with india ink on an art assignment.
The swish of ct brush, the scratch ol a draw-
ing pencil, the taste ol glue, and the intoxica-
ting odor ot turpentine all are part ot the mem-
ories ot art students at PHS.
A big project this year lor several ot the arte
ists was building a dream house, and the tin-
ished creations were many and varied.
Art helps students appreciate the everyday
articles around them and shows them how to
use these articles ettectively in their drawings.
Forms ot painting include lettering, still-lite,
landscapes, and portraits.
Each year some students ot art, under the
direction ol Mr. Wayne Taylor, help make sets
tor special dances, the Rodeo, and plays.
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Page 36 text:
PHS Music: Texts, Voices, Instruments
"The girls always seem to sing louder and bcttrtrf'
, uri-J ci fliigiinted luck Gerard while Pam Hutt accom-
' r mi-1' Glorii H-'iirin lo -..' ci- Ze-rbf-, Ciiidy Soames, and
'irgz l.'li'cn'ill in hiirmoiy ':la.f1.1
Examining part of the large quantity of material u.aod
t'i'i'.'1'.cf d kl'lflIfTi'.f claim, Dale R1rii.2f:y rfiiilects on
the fyfj-,'qggtfitjic.' and Cllf'ld'.'CXl'1fCl':JE'.S of being the only
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Sing and play, drill and march, and practice,
practice, practice-'ethese are 'xfell-remembered
the band, Belles and choir members. Credit
is given tor participation in these music groups,
although they may not be taken in place of a
solid subject Concerts, haltetime shot-.'s at bas-
ketball and tootball games, and many other
public appearances make a lull schedule for
the music department.
Music courses tor those who participate in
band, Choir, or Belles are Harmony I and Il and
Music Literature l and ll, Students learn to
read and write musicg they learn its history and
the names ot the great composersee-they also
Among the many things used in the classes
is a record player with records for the students
to classity according to author and style, Vlfork
oooks and sheet music are also used.
These classes help to give the student a
better understanding and liking tor music.
"Soooo, you're the Belles who have been talking to
the tune oi lA Pretty Girl ls Like A Melody," says Nyla
Ayres as sne tracks" Pat Wilson and Edy Boyd.
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Students Learn To Use Skzlls Creatzvely
Many PHS boys develop sklll m malaria art
rcles m the v oodmorlfmg dersartmerrt Tr ex
make turmture tor therr homes and varrusu or
starrt these tor trmshma
Scale dra Jmgs whrch reaurre precnse mea
surement are a mam part ot drattmg Durma
the course orre learns to make proporttorred
drawmgs wrth specral tools such as the T
square metal ruler compass and marry others
lrr metal shop the boys use a varrety ot
machmes tor cuttmg metals weldmg and
tormmg varrous proaucts
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