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L A I G U A G f :■ So that we may speak our own language more fluently and know more about that of the other countries with which we are becoming better acquainted, English, Latin, and Spanish are taught. Miss Chittenden helps the freshmen lay the foundation of their high school gram- mar and literature, and makes them familiar with their first book reports. In their second year, with Mrs. Smith, the students read Silas Marner and study more advanced grammar. This is put to practical application during the next year under Miss Hand, who also teaches American Literature. Mrs. Clopton furthers the seniors ' appreciation for English Litera- ture and gives final touches to the prin- ciples accumulated during the previous years. For two years, internationally-minded pupils study Spanish, taught by Mrs. Bis- bee. Mrs. Miller teaches the students the fundamentals of Latin and then leads them ihrough Caesar ' s Gallic Wars. Sack row, left to right: Miss Laura Chittenden, Mrs. Elmina Bisbee, Mrs. Betty Miller, front row: Mrs. Beth Clopton, Mrs. Lucy Smith, Miss Ruth Hand.
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MATH ilND SCIEME H2SO ' . To the many students entering the service and the alumni scattered throughout the world, math and science have proved their true value. At the request of the govern- ment, these subjects are given greater em- phasis than ever before. Miss Riser, who teaches math essentials, helps the students balance their equations in Algebra I and II. Mrs. Miller also teaches a class of algebra, and Miss Chit- tenden, socialized math. The sophomores study plain geometry and the seniors struggle through trig and solid geometry under the supervision of Mrs. Lynch. To the freshmen Mrs. Smith offers gen- eral science and to the upperclassmen, radio. Mrs. Fort has classes in chemistry and biology, while Mrs. Bisbee teaches the senior boys the elements of physics. leff to right: Mrs. Gladys Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Lynch, Miss Ethel Riser, Mrs. Mae Daly Fort. „.
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