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TED DICKERSON American History GARY EMBRETSON American History HOLLIS HEGG Government JERRY JANECKE Government Ranging from the Civil War to inflation, classes of the So¬ cial Studies Department dealt with a wide variety of subjects. The different courses offered were world history, American history, geography, econom¬ ics, and American government. In all of their classes audio and visual aids were used to enhance the students ' aware¬ ness. The 1968 Election sparked government classes. This year in all of the eco¬ nomic classes a new textbook was used. The purpose of this curricula was to get the student to devise his own conclusions by working with individual re¬ search. Jacksonian democracy intrigues Mr. Armstrong, American history instructor. HUGH JOHNSON World History DON MICKELSON American History DONALD REED Economics RICHARD SIAS American History 61
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LYLE JONES Economics WILLIAM ARMSTRONG American History, Sen¬ ior American History, Debate ARNOLD CASEY World Geography, Ge¬ ography, Economics PHILLIP DENNIS Economics, European History History shows dynamics of contemporary life Mr. Hegg, senior government teacher, A bit of humor changes the pace in Mr. Dennis ' s European history class, ponders November election returns. 60
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Math students add numbers to add knowledge C. LES THADDEUS KENNETH FRANK RYNER STEPHEN SPELTZ ANDERSON CREWS GREENLEY Modern Algebra- Geometry, College Math, Adv. Algebra Geometry Geometry Trig., Adv. Algebra Chemistry JOAN DAVID WOOD WERTHMANN College Algebra- Soph. Adv. Algebra, Trig. Algebra I Highlighting the Math De¬ partment this year was new head Mr. L. Anderson who taught advanced algebra and calculus. Also new to the de¬ partment was Mr. Wood. The classes offered to the 1009 students who took math this year were algebra, plane and solid geometry, trigonom¬ etry, and calculus. This year ' s math library ad¬ ded several new books includ¬ ing textbooks for the geometry classes and for the juniors who were enrolled in the advanced placement group. Mr. Ryner explicates the theories of functions and limits. 62
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