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Page 38 text:
Our Business Department of-
fers several courses pertaining to
the many aspects of the business
world. The basic skills of Typing
and Shorthand are taught and
further application is available in
the successful Office Block
Nlr. Crumback, Mrs. Hand, and
Mr. Nurnberger are gratified with
the presence of Pinckney gradu-
ates in the ever-growing corpo-
mr. nurnberger - typing 'mrs. hand - shorthand I,
l, personal typing, busi- office blocktypingl.
ness law, business math.
mr. crumback - book-
Page 37 text:
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Mr. Fisher is this years new
Special Education teacher. He
came from Sullivan School of
Special Education in Ann Arbor
where he was an aid. This is his
first year of actual teachingq Mr.
Fisher enjoys his work very much
despite the fact he has no real
classroom to teach in.
mr. fisher - special
Page 39 text:
hrs. mantyck - trigo-
wometry, algebra ll, gen-
F -,yr V, -..V
mrs. schabacker - calcu-
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mr. vaughn - earth
science, algebra 1,
- ,denmtsland many juniors are plan-
Mathematics is one of the
strongest areas of the Pinckney
Mrs. Mantyck heads the de-
partment, which includes Mr.
Vaughn and Mrs. Schabacker. For
the first time ever, students par-
ticipated in state-wide math
competition. Also, the Calculus
class was made up of nine stu-
the class next year.
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podhdlfggfcfaigulfavtors, our math
depart1'i1iiilflfG,'allS51Qut to prove that
the hum5ii'lli4fiih'a'51iii rules inthe
TOP LEFT: Mr. Crumback is always ready
to lend a helping hand. TOP RIGHT: Mr.
Vaughn likes to take time out to talk and
laugh with his students. BOTTOM RIGHT:
Mrs. Mantyck can always stop teaching
for a good laugh. BOTTOM LEFT: Mrs.
Schabacker gets ready to correct some
papers. LEFT CENTER: Mrs. Hand and Mr.
'Nhifnherger work cooperatively in room
C 1 "
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