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Page 21 text:
A modern girl in a post war world! The Home
Economics Department offers all a girl needs to
help her create the model home of tomorrow.
The laboratories consist of six individual kitch-
ens furnished with latest equipment. The living-
dining room provides a lovely setting in which
school organizations serve on their social occa-
sions. In the spacious sewing room, MRS.
RUTH HAMLIN teaches First Aid, Home Man-
agement. Child Care, Clothing and Textiles, all
of which prepare a girl for everyday living in
the world of tomorrow.
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Page 20 text:
The shop class, under the leadership of MR.
WALTER WOLEVER, has kept abreast with
the world of PEACE. Metal working has large-
ly replaced wood working. This change was
brought about by acquiring new equipment by
purchase and by allocation of war surplus ma-
tcrial. We now have two steel lathes, a power
saw, three drill presses, and an Allison airplane
engine. With these new machines the students
have learned practical experience in many dif-
ferent lines. ln this year of VICTORY we have
become aware of the needs of thc time. With
serious intent we, both boys and girls, have
studied Mechanical Drawing that we may have
a part, perhaps, in solving the housing problem
and in engineering new ideas for happy living.
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Page 22 text:
Our l1igl1 school curriculum would not he
complete without some sort of physical education
course. That hrings us to MR. ROBERT BECKER
again, under whose direction the hoys started
out in the fall on the football field. During this
time they chased the pigskin over the field or
did calisthenics. Wllell the Gridiron season
faded out and old ,lack Frost came around, the
classes were held in school. Now it was Hhow
fast you should drive and what makes red cor-
Health and Safety was a "favorite,' of many
of the fellows. ln early spring, after Mr. Becker
had hroadened the classes' acquaintance with
these worthy suhjects, they went hack to the
field again. The weather at first might not have
been just right for shorts and hasehall hut that
didn't hother the hoys.
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