The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1970 Page: 22
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Preparing for the Future's Work
BUSINESS EDUCATION IS intended to provide opportunities
for students to develop those business skills, attitudes, appre-
ciations, and understandings that they need and use in their
everyday living. Seven Business Education teachers, super-
vised by Mrs. Mable Swanzy, teach courses such as book-
keeping, typing, shorthand, general business, business com-
munications, and law.
MISS FAY BLACKBURN - Bookkeeping I,
Business Communications; B.S. Sul Ross Col-
lege; Junior Red Cross, Congress
MRS. MABLE SWANZY - Chairman of Commercial Department;
B.S. TWU, M.B.A. University of Houston; FBLA
MR. REX COPELAND - Typing I, Business Law; B.S.
Northwest Missouri State, M.Ed. Sam Houston State
MRS. ANITA DURHAM - Typing I, General Business;
B.B.A. Lamar Tech; Heralds, Senior Cabinet
MRS. JO PRIDDY - Typing II, General Business
MRS. LINDA WASSER - Typing I, II; B.B.A. Lamar
MRS. MARILYN WHATLEY - Bookkeeping I, II;
B.B.A. Sam Houston State; Heralds
MRS. CAROL YANCEY - Typing II, Shorthand I, 1l;
B.B.A. Lamar Tech; Cheerleaders
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