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Page 14 text:
KATHERINE E. MITCHELL Mr. Hymen Milch
Office Secretary Home and School Visitor
CRIST M. KING
Coordinator of Work Experience
Cooperative apprentice training has been popular at Washington Vocational
High School throughout the years. Boys who do well in shop work and who also
rate high in their academic studies are allowed, preferably in their senior year
to work in industry.
Shop teachers recommend boys for these jobs and they must also be in good
standing with their academic teachers. The principal gives final approval after
their attendance and conduct have been found to be satisfactory. The majority
of the Co-op boys are employed full time by their companies, after graduating
from high school.
Page 13 text:
Mr. Ercole Liberator
With the advent during the past decade of the present technological
revolution with its trend toward automation, the demand for skilled and
technical Workers has skyrocketed to a position of prominence. These
jobs demand a much broader range of ability, education, training, and
experience than ever before.
During this period of phenomenal growth, we here at Washington
have not been asleep at the wheel. Already our classrooms and our pipe-
lines to industry, the armed forces, and to technical schools and centers
are bulging with youths who have the ability, training, and desire to
take their dynamic places in the fabulous future.
Ercole A. Liberator
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T0 THESE WE OWE MUCH
CL to RJ
Sitting: Crist King, Coordinator, Walter Noss, Cabinet Shop, Ercole Liberator, Guidance Coun-
selor, Marian Willams, Librarian, Ward W. Swain, Principal, Katherine Mitchell, Office Secre-
tary, Helen Seaman, Library Clerk, John Eagan, Wood Shop, Clifford Forrest, Mechanical
Drawing, H. O. Beede, Machine Shop. Standing: Don Geyer, Physical Education, Joseph
Skanclera, Brick Shop, William Utzig, Social Studies, Nicholas Chomko, Mathematics and
Science, John E, Kerekes, Chemistry and Physics, John Plutko, Electric Wiring, Frank Windisch,
Social Studies and Drawing, Herbert Conrad, Mathematics, Charles Markovich, English and
Science, Eugene Lucatorto, Auto Shop, James Hannan, English, Edward Ottaviano, Electric
Appliance. Missing from picture: Christopher Provias, Advanced Auto Shop, and Charles G.
Hirsch, Social Studies.
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