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Mr. Rothhaar coaxes and cajoles tins • ' speech happy " group. Bell-like tone, reasonance, projection, and broad, sweeping gestures are the order of the day when the speech club goes into session. Directed by Mr. Rothhaar, the Speech Club studies all forms of dramatic art and presents at least two plays a season. The technique of learning to read swiftly and with comprehension is the primary goal of this club, sponsored by Mrs. Tobin. Several differ- ent methods and materials are used to teach word grouping and understanding, among them the Readers Digest Series ' flash cards. Techniques of Communicating These members of the Pen Pal Club, spon- sored by Mr. Graham, have many enjoyable experiences corresponding with students in other countries. The activity not only offers a chance to have fun and to establish new friendships, but aids in developing better foreign relations and an understanding of nations and their people. Individual rate and comprehension is stressed by Mrs. Tobin. International goodwill and fellowship is promoted by this corresponding Pen Pals Club. 51
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Typing Club Augments And Encoiu ' ages Interest It ' s Touch and Go! @ ! G . . . . . . L . . . P . . . Opps — a typigraphical error. Mrs. Craw teaches us the fundamentals of typing- which will help us in our educational career as well as our business career. Mrs. Moore explains the intricacies of electric stitching. Complexities arising from our modern living still call for the know- ledge of sewing. Cloth- ing, slipcovers, and drap- eries are given the stamp of their seamstress when personally created. Here at Northwood, in a home- like atmosphere with the orderliness of a labora- tory, girls learn to sew a fine seam and to pre- pare a nutritious as well as a delicious meal. 50
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Active Service Clubs Assisted by Mrs. Mei ' riman,the hardwoi-king Junior Red Cross keeps the stu- dents at Northwood well informed on the happenings of the Red Cross. The Junior Red Cross meets every Thursday during the seventh period. Tireless Library Assistants The busy Library Assistants help Mrs. Simpson with daily Library duties. This activity meets on Friday during the seventh period. 52
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