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Page 17 text:
Cosmetology department of Whitney started in T940
when the senior class was made up of sixteen girls, fifteen
of whom were post graduates. The teacher was Mrs.
The next year Miss Thelma Nelson came to Whitney
and has taught cosmetology here for sixteen years as
adviser, teacher, and friend to every Cos. l2.
ln iunior and senior years the girls conduct a shop.
Before graduation they must have 1,250 hours of practice
required by law. They must also pass Ohio State Board
Examination before receiving a diploma.
In the iunior year with Mrs. Tennie Allen they work on
each other and later on students in other shops.
ln the senior year the clientele is made up of the
public. The group also attends style shows, exhibitions,
beauty clinics, and so forth.
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Page 19 text:
Distributive education includes all torms of training
for persons employed in the distributive occupations,
whether this takes place in a public school, or in the
training department of a retail store. Thousands of young
people enter the field of retailing yearly, many ot whom
later become store executives. Through initiative of
progressive retailers and educators the authorization of
Federal vocational education funds to encourage training
tor'the distributive occupations was included in the
George-Deen Act, approved by Congress in 1936. This
authorization was increased in the George-Borden Act,
approved in l9-46. By these acts the Federal treasury
authorized financial assistance to state boards for voca-
tional education. In turn, state boards make these funds
available to local boards, who organize and conduct
classes for persons employed in distributive occupations.
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