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Page 44 text:
Faye Reynolds finds it her iob to wash the dishes
as Rosalie Meyers, Tribly Perry, Janice Jackson
and Karen Fletcher enioy the results of their
Regardless of her choice of a vocation,
nearly every girl will wind up with a
career as a homemaker. To pave the way,
the home economics department offers
several different courses. Students study
the art of making a house a home, and
find a common interest in cooking and
WTHS girls learn in sewing that it's
easy to-stretch the budget and be well
dressed if they can make their own
clothes. They find cooking is both an art
and a science. Explored in the home ec-
onomics courses, cooking can even satis-
fy that creative urge. The girls learn to
plan meals, prepare them appetizingly
and serve them delightfully.
Miss Mariorie Lugar
Suits and Souffle',
Sharon Madill, Judy Cooper, Judy Boyer, and
Diane Weston learn that sewing requires a good
deal of patience.
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Mrs. Shirley Long, Jack Anderson, Duward Chaffee, Miss Ruth Chamber-
lin, Harold Hemming, Howard Bennetts, Mrs. Robin Thorell, Mrs. Barbara
Shupe, Mrs. Arden Newell, Mrs. Beulah Smith, Mrs. Elsie Carter.
Mrs. Thorell explains the fundamen
tals of a critical analysis to Judy Mor
Grammar and Literature for Expression
Jim Sandlin, Kathy Kantarian, and Tony Riabucha
prepare a bulletin board for the further study of
short stories by Edgar Allen Poe.
Marvin Brackett, Buddy Mielke, Rose Marie Jones, June
Morgan, and Mike Ewer do a comic version of Caesar
Page 45 text:
Vocational Skills Learned
ln Industrial Atmosphere
Joe Green and Ed Bartle tune up a car motor during auto mechanics class.
Students in drafting class work Indus
triously at the drafting boards
A full program of shop courses
is available teaching students to
work with their hands as well as
their minds. In the Industrial
Arts classes a student may learn
to be a competent auto mechan-
ic, a draftsman, cabinet maker
and metal worker.
The skills learned in the classes
prepare the students for a voca-
tion or avocation, whichever
their choice may be in the fu-
George lfresbach and Donald Benson examine
an experimental car being built by students in
auto mechanics class.
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