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Page 44 text:
Creative expression is encour-
aged and stimulated by Mrs. Lu-
cas and Mr. Ash, the art instruc-
tors. Everybody has some imagi-
nation, and art provides the
chance to utilize this imagina-
tion. lt is a relaxing and reward-
ing experience as well.
Plaster casts, loop rugs, and
chalk drawings are only. a few
projects undertaken by the art
students. The advanced artists
did some work in portraits. Art
offers many enjoyable and learn-
ing projects for the imaginative
beginner, and a chance for the
experienced artists to develop
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LEFT: Mrs. Lucas proudly displays
student art work. LEFT CENTER:
Questions inart cover a wide range
of topics. RIGHT: Mr. Napier
conducts the band with enthusi-
asm. BOTTOM RIGHT: Band mem-
bers keep a watchful eye for direc-
tions. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Ash
answers a question for Rick Robert-
son about sculpture.
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In our Industrial Arts Depart-
ment quality is an important as-
pect ofa well finished project. In
this quality goes the craftmen-
ship, and skill of the students,
combined with the guidance and
suggestions of the department
Many different fields are of-
fered which will start some stu-
dents in their future vocation.
Some of the classes offered are
electronics, woodshop, and metal
shops. Each year a numerous
amount of projects are entered
into a number of state and local
exhibits. Pinckney acquires many
ribbons from these events show-
ing the quality and skill of this
TOP LEFT: Mr. Blackford explains a prob-
lem in electronics. RIGHT CENTER: Mr.
Sturock takes a day out to lecture in Metal
Shop. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Blackford and
Mr. Ash confer in the wood shop. BOT-
TOM LEFT: Mrs. Dickerson seems to enjoy
her clothing classes. LEFT CENTER: Fami-
ly relations is one of the most popular
Home Ec classes.
mr. sturock - metals l, ll,
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mr. napier - band
This.year's band was the big-
gest band in Pinckney High
School's history. In addition to 94
regular members, there were also
6 baton twirlers and a drum
No one else can keep a class of
this size better under control
than Mr. Napier. He led them
through their football halftime
activities, their yearly concerts,
and arranged for them to appear
at U., of M. Stadium for the an-
nual Band Day.
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