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Business is Growing, Growing, Growing

Judy Eisfelder takes dictation from Margie Frank.

Mary Ann Connelly concentrates on comptometer practice.

It's a bookkeeping joke played by Liz Zellar, Sheri McKenna, Sharon Polson and Jo Ann Mendler.

A wall collapsed this year in favor of an expanding typing room. Homeroom 208 bowed out to the rapidly increasing demands of the commercial department. Now with 47 typewriters and business machines available, upper classmen who plan to enter the business world after graduation will be better prepared to compete in the field.

More than space was added to this year's progress. Commercial students are waiting for the "Machine of tomorrow" - the Selectric - developed by IBM less than a year ago. Not one, but two will enhance the training program for juniors and seniors following a commercial course. Shorthand, bookkeeping, and office practice provide these students with a firm background of knowledge of the business careers they plan to follow.

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