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Page 49 text:
Muscle work goes into the filing of wood as students Jeff Simpson, senior, and Debbie Wilbur, freshman, create their wood-
craft proiects in Crafts I. Some other crafts projects are pottery, plaster carving and applied design.
Patience is needed by Paula Coens, senior, as she poses for Laura Glan- Annette Schoene, sophomore, concentrates on sketching a
der, senior, in Art I. dried floral arrangement in Art l.
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The reproduction of images, sta-
tionary or fleeting, the material cre-
ation of a dream-these are the ever
changing gifts of art.
Through the variety of art
courses SHS offered this year,
many students may have found
where their talents lie. Whether it
was wood sculpture or hooked-rug
making, pottery or still life in pas-
tels, students were given an oppor-
tunity at each. Finished art proiects
by students often filled the front
All kinds of art are viewed and discussed as to how they reflect the society in which they were created in Historical and
Environmental Art. Students Sandy Long and Tom Aliff study a painting by Rembrandt.
Slowly taking shape is the stone sculpture John Burch and Chris Rein-
hardt, sophomores, are working on in Crafts II.
il rig, ll
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Many hours of work have gone into Cheryl
Riley's daily assignment in Shorthand I.
A puzzled Tom Forni thinks about the
answer to a Business Arithmetic problem.
Dawn Hilton listens as her General Business class discusses money. In front of her is a one-
dollar bill, which the class learned has an average life of I8 months.
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