The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1964 Page: 25
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To Total Education
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MR. GENE JACKSON, printshop teacher, demonstrates some of his equipment to Mr.
Hugh Shaw, Mr. Marvin Cichowski, and Mr. Leland Kay. Mr. Shaw teaches mechanical
drawing and metalshop; Mr. Cichowski, mechanical drawing; Mr. Kay, woodshop.
Knowledge acquired in these classes will be valuable to boys long after graduation.
GRADING PAPERS AND checking book numbers are necessary
iohbs for Miss Eola Gunstream chairman of the Business Education
MR. W. G. JONES, head of the Industrial
Arts Department, checks over a particular
aspect of a current project. Many important
services are performed by the shop classes;
for example, student directories and football
programs are printed by the boys in print-
Department. Miss Gunstream teaches shorthand
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in addition to her
THE TYPEWRITER IS the subject of a discussion among TJ busi-
ness teachers. Varied commercial courses are taught by the follow-
ing: Mrs. Linda Bentley, typing and business communications; Mr.
Rex Copeland, general business and typing; Mrs. Betty Cowan, typ-
ing; Mr. P. T. Reynolds, bookkeeping and typing; and -Mrs. Mable
Swanzy, shorthand and typing.
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Thomas Jefferson High School & Fuselierk, Stephanie. The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1964, yearbook, 1961; Port Arthur, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth279643/m1/29/: accessed November 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Port Arthur Public Library.