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From Shop and Home Ec Come Future Handymen and Homemakers students in shop and drafting this year innproved their skills under the super- vision of Mr. White and Mr. Alvis. Seventh graders learned about the fundamentals of woodworking and drafting while the eighth and ninth were taught electricity and advanced woodworking and draft- ing. Some ninth grade girls tried their hand at shop during seventh period this year too. The lathe helps many students as they work in the shop Mr. Alvis grimaces — it ' s been a hard day Anna Barbor If ever a fantastic smell of hot cinnamon rolls and cocoa infiltrated your nose, you can bet it was the home ec class slaving at their stoves again under the watchful eye of Mrs. Freck, while others whipped up dresses and skirts at their sewing machines in " Barbor ' s Shop. " Seventh graders first learned about health care and tips on babysitting. Eighth graders got to climb up a little higher with their skills and tried their luck with chipped beef on toast and a skirt. Then those ninthers who took home ec turned out full dresses and genuine gin- gerbread houses. Not only the girls but some boys got into the cooking mood and took a semester of foods. Home ec girls learn that along with cooking comes the cleaning up Carol Freck As you can see. clothing students always pay attention in class! 39
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Phys Ed Students Improve Their Bods Eighth grade boys become basketball stars in p.e. Dorothy Bishop The new ram ' s head on the gym floor depicts the team ' s determination. I can hear her now — " Bar- ber . . six . . Beadie . . - five Bell SIX " and so on. To some girls, gym was a blast, yet to others it was murder. With all that running and throwing and dodging and kicking and ' umping and hitting, you ' d think they ' d get killed. But then that ' s the fun of it all, seeing who survives. The boys took a bit more beating with 100 situps, mile runs, rope climbing, and basketball shooting, while Coaches Amstutz and Schaffer shook the kids into doing it. And you wonder why the boys ' side of the gym needs more varnish on the floor? Speed-away ' s name of the game Eighth grade girls reveal their sexy legs Mrs. Bishop explains polyrhythms, alias ball routines Mr. Schaffer watches while the boys practice their basketball 38 drills
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Art Students Exhibit Their Talent - Sherry Beck — Anthony Green Kenny LaCrone A A ■ Patrick Lytal — Sheryl Crawtord Mrs. Ruth DeHaven Although these masterpieces seem to be originated by Pi- casso, such isn ' t the case. Throughout the seventh and eighth grade years, these painters were hard at work learning the fundamentals. This is where Mrs. DeHaven came in. She guided their brushes through watercolors, crayons, pencil drawings, and finally, after two years of struggle, an oil painting worthy of a museum spot light. Jump back, Picasso, Por- tage is painting the town! — Ted Ornas if ■ Barb Ridenour Future Rembrandts at work
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