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Page 103 text:
Miss Jean Kopp
Clerical Practice, Typing, Law,
Girls Drill Team, 1967 January
Miss Delia Lindsag
Mr. Richard Lynch
Distribufive Ed. Coorclinai
Distributive Ed., Sales,
Distributive Ed. Club
Mrs. Janet Partlowe
Bookkeeping, Law, Soles, Typing,
Cavalier Newspaper Sales
Mr. Edward Markunos
Bus. Arithmetic, Adv. Math,
Geometry, Football and Basket-
ball Coach, Lettermen's Club
Mrs. Genevieve Pederson
Karen Krall rapidly adds up ci column of figures on one of the many
machines used in office practice classes.
Mr. Raymond Shaw Mr. Robert Stieber
Law, Sales, Stamp Club, Cavalier Shorthand, Typing, Law
Newspaper Business Advisor
Page 102 text:
Business Ed. Welcomes Innovations
Mr. Marvin Alexahderil ,fi
Typing, Bus. Arithmeti,c,tCaya,lier
Annual Business Advisory!
Busy was the key word in the Business Education De-
partment this year as they strove to teach academic as
well as manipulative skills. With the help of comptome-
ters, cash registers, typewriters, and adding machines,
students gained experiences enabling them to go into the
world of business.
The Vocational Education course was composed of
two divisions, Office Education and Distributive Education.
These two courses provided half-day classroom instruction
with fifteen to .twenty-eight hours a week of actual train-
in experienge with local business firms. Office Edu-
ca ion Ajusheinfroduced to Pulaskians this fall had an enroll-
mqnltt-'of twenty-one trainees. lt provided one credit for
5 -' Offtibe Practice and one credit for work experience.
'iAThe, Distributive Education Program provided one credit
foriiclassroom instruction given in the iunior and senior
years and one credit for training experience during the
1 ifsenior year in marketing and distribution.
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Page 104 text:
Industrial Arts Stress Vocations
Under the steady hum of the electric band sow, rough hewn edges are
transformed into a finished product during a woodshop session.
The spinning lathe and the flying chips mark the successful beginning
of another proiect in the woodworking shops.
Expansion and modernization highlighted this year's
industrial arts program. ln a hectic summer ceremony
rooms 38 and 2 united to form one large workshop while
carpentry magic transformed room 42 into an electronics
lab. These changes provided better working conditions
which resulted in better products with increased skill.
The Industrial Arts Department also announced the ar-
rival of a new teaching program. Student teachers from
Stout State University appeared in the industrial work-
shops for the first time, although student teachers have
helped in academic subiects for years. Their assistance
enabled the department to stress many new and different
facets of industrial education.
Mr. Otto Northquest
Dept. Chairman, Vocational Ed.
Counselor, Voc. Machine
Mr. Howard Davenport
Auto Engine Tune-up, Power and
Trans., Student Lockers
Mr. James Coady
Driver Ed., Head Track Coach,
Mr. Neil Hoepfner
Woodworking, Driver Ed., Foot-
ball Coach, Track Coach
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