The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1970 Page: 27
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Training for Industrial Society
METAL FLOWS SMOOTHLY from a white hot rod as a welder
completes his job. A beautiful home takes architectural shape
from careful plans. Well designed pieces of furniture become
conversation pieces. An appreciative eye looks at an artistic
Where did they first learn how to do these things? Industrial
Arts classes often lay a basis for well-paid vocations and pro-
MR. LELAND KAY -Wood Shop; B.S. M.S. North Texos State Uni
versity; Golf Team
MR. MARVIN M. CICHOWSKI - Drafting; B.S. Ala-
bama, M.Ed. Sam Houston State
MR. DON O. HENGST - Printing; B.S. Southwest
MR. STEVE MAZZANTI
sas A&M; Radio Club
Metalworking; B.S. Arkan-
MR. STEPHEN MILLER - Industrial Arts; B.S. Sam
MR. JERRELL TERRELL - Drafting; B.S. University of
Arkarnsas; Junior Red Cross
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