The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1970 Page: 28
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Quiet Activities Highlight Year
GIRLS P.E. CLASSES have changed this year from one of the
most dreaded class to the favorite, most relaxing, and en-
joyable class of the day. Because of the lack of a gym, the
girls have been playing quiet games such as cards and chess,
studying, or, the most popular, learning to knit and crochet. A
few of the girls play games in the old gym.
These classes were begun after the girls had finished their
health study of drugs and their abuse.
Miss Bertha Hebert heads the department assisted by Miss
Nancy James, Miss Nancy McClain, Mrs. Jeanette Moyer,
and Miss Dorothy Day. Miss Day is also the sponsor of the Red
Hussars Drum and Bugle Corps.
MISS BERTHA HEBERT -
University of Houston;
MISS DAY - P.E.; B.A., M.A. Texas Woman's Univer-
sity; Red Hussars Drum and Bugle Corps
MISS NANCY JAMES - P.E.; B.S. Texas Woman's
University, M.Ed. Southwest Texas State College; Let-
ter Girls, Tennis Club
MISS NANCY McCLAIN - P.E.; B.S. Texas Woman's
University; Senior GRA, Folk Singers
MRS. JEANETTE MOYER
- Head of Girl's P.E.; B.S. Lamar Tech, M.Ed.
U.I.L. Volleyball Team, Sophomore GRA
P.E.; B.S. Texas Woman's
MRS. JESSIE JUDD MILLER - Nurse; R.N. Harris Col-
lege of Nursing, B.S. University of Houston, Certified
Public Health Nursing, George Peabody College
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