Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, February 06, 1970, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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FRI., FEB. 6. 1970
ABOVE LEFT: Some finishing touches are done by Rick Zollman, who spent shop
class time making the chest. ABOVE RIGHT: Either in preparation for old age, or a
renewed adolescence, assistant teacher Dennis Berry straightens an arm of his
rocking chair.
Crafts, Woodshop;
Students Display
Work Projects
ABOVE: Tim Iba and Jack
King watch as Dennis Tesky
paints his leather work
prepared in Mr. James class.
RIGHT: Jan Newton and
Ron Reeder pound designs
into their leather work, as
Marcene McDougall observes
them busily at work.
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by Connie Bulkley
For many years the crafts and woodshop
departments have long been an unnoticed
faction of Ashland High School. The Rogue
Newi observed this oversight, and we went
to these departments to give recognition to
the achievements of those who involved in
these classes.
Throughout the year, craft students have
been involved in many projects. One of the
many involves rocks. Students have made
jewelry and other handiworks involving
polished stones. The process involves from
the grinding of stones to proper shape, to
the final glueing of the finished product.
Another project involves leather working.
Woodshop students, too displayed
projects they had been involved in during
the year.
Our personal thanks and recognition goes
to Mr. Mobley, Mr. Titus, Mr. James and
Mrs. Harker who permitted the Rogue News
to take pictures.
LEFT: Deanna McNabb and
Brian Keiling scrape wood as
part of their crafts project.
BELOW: Billie Whitteker,
Chris Golden and Mark Berge
carefully scrutinize the rock
pile, picking only the finest
quality specimens for their
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ABOVE: Mr. Mobley proudly demonstrates the pool
table he and his son Joel made, as Joel prepares to
make a shot. LEFT: Junior Roily Culver busily sands
his gun cabinet which he made in his woodshop class.
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