Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1924-1925 Page: 68
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133.-Clothing. A continuation of course 123.
213.-Clothing. This course establishes the fundamental
principles of dressmaking and gives practice in the drafting of
patterns, cutting, fitting and making of garments, and in purchasing
of appropriate material to be used in practical problems.
One hour per week, lecture, and six hours laboratory.
223.-Clothing. A continuation of course 213.
233.-Clothing. A continuation of course 223.
243.-Textiles. This course includes a study of the history
and development of textiles; a study of the different fibers and
their manufacture; and a study of fabrics and their economic use.
252.-Millinery. This course includes the making of bows,
flowers, and various other trimmings together with making and
covering of frames of different materials. Laboratory four hours
262.-Design. The general principles of design, color, line,
etc., as applied to costume are studied. Study of individual types
and appropriateness to the occasion. Laboratory four hours a
272.-Interior Decoration-House Painting. A study of architectural
styles is made. Discussion and arrangement of floor
plans. Balance in the arrangement of furniture and harmony in
color, etc., in the draperies and furniture is studied. Laboratory
four hours a week.
113.-Foods. This course includes the study of the production,
manufacture, composition, and nutritive value of foods;
the classification into food principles; the changes in process
of digestion; the effect of heat on food; the preparation, cooking,
and appropriate serving of food. Lecture and recitation, one
hour a week; laboratory, four hours a week. Parallel or prerequisite,
123.-Foods. A continuation of course 113.
133.-Foods. A continuation of course 123.
213.-Foods. This course includes a general review of the
theory and processes of cooking; the study of recipes as to types;
the principles and practice of canning and preserving; jelly and
pickle making. Further work in the cost and nutritive value of
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