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Industrial and Fine Arts Jack White cleans and oils his machine in preparation for another project in his machine shop course. Ralph Brown, Roy Crompton and Roger Tutterrow work at their lathes in wood shop. During the second semester projects are displayed for the student body. Jeff Perkins operates the new Linotype machine. Mr. Larry Smith conducted classes in architectural draft- ing in the industrial arts wing. Two types of desks are provided for drafting classes — one has an adjustable working board, and the other has an adjustable height.
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Creativity Was Fostered by Departments for Standing ready to be moved into the new art area are the new easels and posing benches headed for the fine arts rooms. Although the year was nearly over before this suite could be used, it promised many serviceable years. Working toward the dedication of the new building Har- riett Fitch, Jim Pope and Randy Toler paint murals and signs for the April 28 Dedication Day. 12 Pupils in art classes were constantly beseiged to put their talents to practical use in the making of posters, decorating for dances and programs and planning dis- plays for bulletin boards. The art suite, composed of an arts and crafts room, a fine arts section, a storage area and an off-stage properties room, made all these projects possible. Pottery wheels, ceramic kilns, easels and sketching stools were used by Warren boys and girls to further their interest in art. This area was complete with Formica work space and sinks for clean-up. Industrial arts teachers utilized their spacious new wing to teach the fundamentals of tools and habits of safety necessary for boys interested in machine, wood or print shop or drafting. Thousands of square feet and thousands of dollars were invested in these rooms which feature only the finest and most modern equip- ment. Courses to be added to the curriculum include Transportation, Electronics and Graphic Arts.
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Agriculture Home Economics Prepared Pupils for Wilber Schakel, Fred Palmer, Phil Fidler, Gene Huffman, Bill Schwier and Johnny Wilson examine a soil testing apparatus as Mr. Vonn Hayes explains the taking of a sample for testing purposes. Working closely with 4-H clubs, boys enrolled in Agriculture progressed to state and even national levels with their demonstrations and projects. Grand cham- pion county demonstrator was Howard Poole. Also highly rated were Jon Means, Ronnie VanLue, Larry Franke and Dave Clark. Their own room, the agriculture area, is located in the Industrial Arts wing, and is completely equipped with work, classroom and storage space. Instruction and practice were offered in both the vocational and avocational phases of farm living and science. Ronnie VanLue demonstrates to his class the Techniques of Livestock Care. Also working on this project was Larry Franke. Demonstrations form a major part of the agriculture curriculum. 14
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