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A Spanish siesta is a welcome rest from a long day's work. Steve Frushour, Terry Marburger,
and Charlie Carter drop off for a short snooze, proving that the Spanish really know how to live.
Study Prevailed in Foreign Languages
"It's cr small world" seemed to be in the minds
of many who enrolled in foreign language courses.
Two years of Latin, French, and Spanish were
A second year of French was added to the cur-
riculum, giving first year students the opportunity
to increase fluency and reading and writing abil-
ity in advanced studies. Use of the oral-aural
method enabled classes to practice conversing in
French with ease.
Une of the oldest languages in existence today,
Latin served as a means for increasing one's vo-
cabulary and knowledge of grammar. Those en-
rolled in this language course found the important
part Latin played in the beginning of the English
language. Several students did extensive research
in extraecurricular projects.
Spanish is being recognized as an important
language in the United States because of closer
relations with Pan-American countries. The classes
studied Spanish customs and culture, and also
learned to speak, read, and write the language.
Pointing out the date, Latin student Alice Horr is re
lie-ved that she can tell Greg Manifold l964 instead of
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Sophomore students be-come more familiar with the school library as they search tor material for th ir
Important Parts of English Couses
"To be or not to be." This Shakesperian quote
from Hamlet took on added meaning for Sopho-
mores and Seniors who studied the play in detail
after seeing it on tilm.
Iournalism students not only sold ads tor the
yearbook but also studied newspaper writing and
publishing. They mastered journalistic techniques
in hopes ot some day holding a position on the
school publications' statts.
At the beginning ot the year Sophomores loe-
came acquainted with the school library, Although
at first speech classes seemed torelooding, pupils
soon found they gained poise and contidence be-
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journalism students Susan Rhodes, P
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Artiiicial respiration can prove to be fatal if performed
carelessly as demonstrated by Tom Brown on victim Steve
Baird while Oma Huffman watches.
Students in health classes found how to main-
tain a neat personal appearance, plan a balanced
diet, and safeguard good health To Care correcte
ly for his body, one must first l'II'lO'f! itf: furfe
tions, necessities, and systems. l-lealth stiideritrg
learned about common disorders, their causes,
and cures. They therefore were better prepared
to provide for their own physical condition.
Relinauishing Saturday morning sleep, novice
drivers rose early to gain more driving experience.
Large enrollment in safety classes caused students
to drive extra hours before and after school arid
prompted the acquisition of a second car, Students
on their way to school early in the morning often
saw the gold and black training car.
Safety classes presented trainees with practical
knowledge of a car and its principles of operation.
They also filed in mind careful driving habits for
use while on the road.
While Acting Served in. Health, Safety
Oil in the radiator? Mr. Welcome and Ioe Becker stare in bewilderment at Nancy Dinsrtiore s rex 'pr'-'
solution to all of the car's troubles.
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