Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 14, 1958, Image 5

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November l k , . . 1 9 5 8 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ E . v . s r £ E e e . n The General Science class have just fin­ ished making charts about famous scientist of the world. The charts include their birth place, where they received their education and the sci­ entific works that they contributed to the world. h o w n o v l e B o o k k e e p i n q A Movie, Accounting. the Language of Busin­ ess . was shown to Mrs. Shea’s Bookkeeping class Wednsday, Nov,5* After the movie the class examined the re­ cord books of LCKS. The class is now working in their work­ books on special jour­ nals and ledgers. s e s q a r i t h u m s E*he trigonometry class under the direc­ tion of Merrill Tripp is now studying the right triangle and how the sides of the tri­ angle can be found by the use of logarithms. They are also able to find the angles within the trianle other than the 90 degree angle. s s e c t e d The biology class taught by Mrs. Lee di- sected an earth worm and found all princi­ pal parts of the body. The class was divided into groups of two and each group had a set of tools, a pan with wax bottom, and a mic­ roscope. They will also disect a f:ish, a frog, and a crayfish. The grades are given by the work done on the disection and com­ pleteness of informa­ tion gained by the di­ section. r a w i n g I m p r o v e s The mechanical draw­ ing class, instructed by Mr. have drawing Nov. 7. Glenn already theirs . working method. the class working on method when qaught up Tripp, will their eighth completed by Neil West and Pershall have completed They are now on projection The rest of will begin projection they get on their drawings. M r . . Tripp says, \the students are now able to get about 50 per cent of the ink where it be­ longs.\ ja,£,e. 5 e r n e s r i t t e n o n t e n o Montana and all its high-lights are being hit by 300 work themes by each-tstudent in the English TV class. These themes are about what Montana is as the vigilantes, Butte, and Christmas trees. Ivanhoe? is now com­ pletely read and the class is starting on another classic. David Copperfield. W o r l d H i s t o r y S t u d i e s E x p l o r e r s The exploration movement which result­ ed in colonial empires is being studied by Hugh Biggar’s world history class. The students '.are also learning various explorers, such as Columbus, and what im­ portance these man’s discoveries have made upon history. A map telling bf the colon­ ial possesions be­ longing to powerful countries in Europe is being redoreded daily. O s i e r T T y p e s There are 13 members in typing II which are all seniors. There arc* nine girls and four boys. The highest speed is Sharon Osier, 67 correct words with one error, Willy Far­ ley, 57 with one er­ ror* These tests are graded on a National scale which gives 53 words per minute an \A\ rating. Mrs. Fred King and Mrs. Ivan Ingram mot- Q i i £ . < i . . t o _ _ _ Kali gpe. V-% . --Ax Welding Steel Building Auto Repair

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 14 Nov. 1958, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1958-11-14/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.