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From baking to babysitting
Cookies, cakes, bread, bacon and eggs were a few of the specialties of the Home Economics class.
In one room students hovered over counters and ovens in the cubical that populated the room, each student waited for their share of the treasure.
Groups measured, mixed, poured, beat and whipped the ingredients, anticipated the taste they would soon be rewarded with. When the bell rang, the halls were flooded with flavor, weight could be gained by mere inhalation.
Cooking was not the only skill taught. The class also learned about basic child care. They held a day care center for neighborhood children for one week. Sewing was also explored, with the help of the teacher various projects were made.
Adding their special touch to the recipe. Stefanie Parsons. Cindy Isom. Quickly Sagging the chocolate chip cookies before the sucum
and DeLisa Dale add green peppers to the already hot homemade chili. ming to the temptation to eat them, is the name of the game »hen
Jeff Tyler and Bruce Johnson are in the kitchen.
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Bologna and cheese sandwich anyone? atki Lisa Colton as she carefully spreads ihe cheese over ihe bread 10 lop off the perfect creation in home economics.
Zredirick Abrams and John Lee quickly mix the ingredients to sa»e time to be used later when savoring the flasor of his efforts in class.
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Pupils use nature
Industrial Vo-Tech fulfill experience
The sounds of pounding and sawing echoed throughout the hidden rooms. Benches, cedar chests, stereo holders and many more creative and outrageous projects came out of the piles of wood. Vocational Arts was the most sought out elective for not only young men hut girls as well. As was the case in one of the Vo-Tech classes, carpentry, taught by Mr. Sellers who had supervised a girl in the junior class. Vocational also consisted of building trades, machine shop, auto mechanics, auto body, welding and electronics-all for two class periods. but were only for juniors and seniors.
For those interested in the general courses such as machine shop, electronics and welding, but did not have the pleasure of being an upperclassmen. Industrial Arts was open to all classes. Mr. Marlin who taught Woods I and II enjoyed helping students learn the operation of varied machines and the basics of working with wood. The students first project was chosen in accordance to what they would most enjoy doing and learning from. The lamp has been first choice for over a period of three years and had not always turned out the same as other peer's. Mr. Marlin had two girls instead of one in both his fourth and second periods. To give the students more confidence and assurance in themselves all sophomores and above had to submit one of their best projects in an Industrial Arts Show which was held at Western Illinois University. It was considered a priveledge to receive an honorable mention for many hundreds of thousands of projects from adults to professionals were exhibited at the fair.
Gat axing thowt one way of culling metal, at performed by Sie e Carlton.
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