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About Klamath tribune. (Chiloquin, Or.) 1956-1961 | View This Issue
Six Students Complete
Training Under Program
Six stinh'iits have recently com
pleted their training under llie
K l.t it i :t 1 1 1 Kducation Program.
Completing - vear courses at
Oi l at tlie :ti I of fall term. VW).
and receiving associate decrees in
applied science were Nathaniel
Maker and Id I win Morgan. Nath
aniel graduated from appliance
technology and Kdwin graduated
from auto technology. Until stu
dents plan to seek employment, in
their respective fields.
Andrew Ortis completed a J
tenn program in secretarial sci
ence at Southern Oregon College
in Ashland mi Dec. IK. Andrew,
who had earlier graduated from
an l.S-month basic secretarial
course at North western School
of Commerce in Portland, secured
the advanced secretarial training
preparatory to taking employ
ment in the field.
(ieorianua Joe graduated from
her secretarial course at Portland
Secretarial School, Portland, on
December -M. I'r further details
concerning ( icorrjanna's progress
and plans see article elsewhere in
this issue of the Tribune.
Uen l.awver graduated the lat
ter part of January from Lewis
ami ( lark College. Portland, re
ceiving a bachelor of science de
cree in physical education and
culminating four ears of college
work. His immediate plans in
volve mainly job-hunting. He is
interested in securing a recre
ational directory position with
the City of Portland recreational
department. I .oner-rane plans
center around playing pro foot
ball. Pen has been drafted by the
Ciicen Hay Packers and will re
port to training camp this sum
mer with the intent of becoming
a regular player on the ball club.
Kvcntuallv he would like to re
turn to college ami work towards
an advanced debtee.
Completing I cars of art train
ing under the Klamath Education
Program on Jan IS was Finlcy
"Huh" Harney. Hob first gradu
ated from a J-ycar basic art
course at OTI (in P)5'), then en
rolled at Advertising Art School.
Portland, where he has just fin
ished two school years of inten
sie art study. Hob is already do
in free-lance art work and in
tends to take on a lot more of
same. He also plans to secure ad
ditional art training by attending
A teacher, having trouble un
fastening one little pupil's over
shoe, askedy "Did your mother
hook these lor ou?" "Not this
pair," was the answer. "She paid
o o o
amid nim tirounlbllcB
. .i . i-
whether your child will be in his shoes is up to you
DO YOU CARE ENOUGH?
TEACH HIM . . .
Respect for the Law -Respect
for Other People
Respect for Property
Respect for Himself
SHOW HIM Your Own Respect for These Things
(Parents Set the Example for Children)
REMEMBER Their Future is in Your Hands!