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(Oentia from per 14)
by tha great Da Vinci are "The
Last Supper", . the mysterious
"Mona Usa.'V asd "The Virn
With St. Rune.
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1927
llakinc Useful Things
' Instructor Olson has to hU cred
it, a lot of things for the equip
ment of the Leslie school- like
bicycle racks and tables tor work
in draughtsmanship,' and with
proper . equipment the manual
training department could supply
almost anything needed on the
grounds or the school rooms. In
rtJtrt Ttrlrisn - lth wrtnri wnrklor ihOM in the
One: of - the most interesting! parrish junior high school and the
i r ,.
spots of . Venice is this famous Ri
al to bridge. 'From this particular
point may be had the most mag
nificent Tiews of the Grand Can
al, the : many gondolas, and the
. city Itself. This bridge spans the
Grand : Canal and in the distance
may be seen the beautiful dome
of Santa Maria della Slute. The
water la blue, the palaces glow
with color "and here the canal
makes" a graceful hend.
- The Rialto Bridge was built in
the closing years of the sixteenth
century by Antonio Contino, who
atao built - the equally famous
Bridge of Sighs. - He later eame4
to be- known as, "Antonio of the
Bridge.'! This Is possibly the
most painted bridge In the 'Vbrld,
s almost every artist visiting in
Venice will at some' time during
lis stay make a few sketches of
Jiia famous structure.
Leslie junior high school, if em
ployed In the direction, with the
metal working depalfltment of
Salem .high, under Mr. Bergman.
there could be made thousands of
dollars worth of equipment for the
entire Salem school system:; and
save that money for .the taxpayers.
X Fros Old Cow Barn , '
- Thlac shop was rebuilt : and
equipped for a manual training de
partment1 by - Mr. Olson and one
carper .er and this labor of a num
ber ortho boya. Tha old cowbarn
34 by 34 j would not be recognised
by the cows if they came around
now. and; gave It a bovine once
over. It is some task for one in
structor to put ten classes of 16
each I through the wood working
shops every -day, and they are a
busy, happy lot. The boys need an
other lathe, and a power : rlp-
Leipold has given us a' wonder- jsaw with electric drive, ; Below is
fully artistic interpretation of the. a list of articles they are making
subject, - and has chosen a mo
ment when the atmospheric con
ditions are quite hazy, A heavy
tog appears to be, just settling
that go to equip a home with com
forts and useful articles of practi
cal cash value that any parent will
appreciate and oV which the boys
flown over) the , city, and Jhe. has i tnem8elT feet verT proud. They
saught a particulat moment when
the great palaces are : sllhouted
gainst the heavy banks of clouds.
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ALEM PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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It was part of a farm and there
was a big red barn on it. As the
liatrict was too poor to -build a
aew manual training building, Mr.
Olson nronosed converting the
bam Into the present wood -work-
, tng department. There is a base
ment for storing lumber and fuel.
ind" then comee , the , main floor
with workbenches and flniehing
rooms, and lockers for the boys to
, keep their part finished work, and
the upper floor for storing stock
material and completed ' projects
It would pay any parent having
boys in South Salem Leslie junior;
high school to go and look overi
the old red barn ' that has been
.converted info a manual training
department. It Is a big. cheery
work shop and a valuable piece of
property for the Salem school dis
trict. It has been put there by
Mr. Olson, graduate from the in
dustrial work shops of O. A. C.
He and one carpenter, Mr, Gof f ,
assisted by about. 30 sboys from
the 9 th grade . class practically
bum this manual training shop.;
They ceiled the walls inside, built
stairs, oiled the floors, added win
dows all around, saved money by
. using old windows, finished a
- paint room and the boys built in
the cabinets and lockers for ma-
terlal and unfinished worku Under
" instruction the boys built" Btairs
to the second floor and learned a
. great deal about wiring and pot
ting in the water pipes which w.s
dene by the water company and
electric company. '
Boys" working at manual train-
terial, the value of time, and learn
something about the value of an
other fellow's time. I ,
are proud of the old red barn, as
It wae alt finished In good work
manlike manner. . ,
' At Parrish Junior High .
- There are two instructors In
the manual training department at
the Parrish junior high school on
East Capitol boulevard,. Ernest S.
Barker and D. T. Fulp, who- has
added a special class on electro
craft, tools. Implements, and work.
They hare 120 Voysj each In two
classes each day, who are being
developed into wood workers and
with a working knowledge 'of elec
trical devices In the home, such as
installing; a door bell or a buzzer
on the dining table. Mr. Barker
has been Instructor In wood work
ing in the Salem public schools for
eight years, four in the Grant
school and since then in his junior
high. A carpenter and joiner, as
the trade is named in England,
turns out; products similar to, the
work done in the shops at Leslie
junior high. .The y have also a
wood turning lathe and in ad
dition a planer and combination
saw. Here are some or me mmgs
for the home made by the older
boys: a leg rest for grandpa, tele
phone stands, umbrella holders,
piano benches, tabarets. breakfast
tables, : radio cabinets, cedar
chests writing decks, and" tray
racks for, the cafeteria depart
ments in Leslie and high school.
There is also a double lathe and
the boys in these shops have had
some excitement building two
boats. It will be eeen that Mr
Barker who has , been conducting
wood working classes longer, has
advanced Ithe boys to a higher
type of production. As a special
favor any; of the 240 boys will be
allowed tq make some article for
the home that his folks Would es
pecially appreciate for . holiday
gift. . ; . -
What Salem really needs, in the
ins as conducted in Salem learn a
great deal about the value of ma- progress and growth o the in
dustrial lines of education Is one
large central building where gen
eral shops; on different lines could
J 4 ,
Here in concentrated and natural
form a combination of the health
promoting properties of noted mineral
waters is offered you at a fraction
of the cost.
Pleasant to. take the sensational
benefits of this magic substance in
recapturing health soon become un
deniably apparent. .
be ' combined In one plant drroted
to the 4B4ZU8trtax training vaeav -
Mr. Fuln has a younger group
of boys, using the same kind of
work benches and the same tool
equipment and machinery. Boys
esneclally Interested in electric
appliances are taught this elemen
tary science In a special class. Tor
Instance they learn how. to build
marnets : and? the. principle . mat
enter into the construction of mo
tors; bow to build a galvanometer.
how to detect a current or buud a
bread toaster: how ito use elec
tricity in sheet metal working and
an electrical eolderin .laboratory.
In' other words boys with a talent
for electric v experimental r work
and with some inltltive, along: this
line do .this kind of Jwork in this
sneclal class. I These younger boys
in the Fulp class jare ialso learning
to frame "pictures, Inake broom
holders. book and f music racks,
bill holders and wall ricks, fern
stands,' and even a sleeve -press
tnr , (rnntn r certain ; garments ' In
the home. ' il l-
The boys at Parrish junior high
built seven large draughlng tables
tor geography map and class work
in one room that displaced 100
worth of desks. The tables made
by the Parrish boyi cost; $1.75
each, saving the district 3387.26
The Parrish shops also build book
shelves and coat racks for the dif
ferent school rooms and install
equipment generally for the school
district. 1 Mr. Barker was asked
last year to take chaTge Of reno
vating and rebuilding the old
Washington high school .building
for a general industrial plant, but
SALEM PUB SCHOOLS (2)
citizens Interfered and petitioned
that the building be used for
classes in the grades,- and this
changed the plans of the echool
board. .- ! . i i ' '
1 At Senior High
We now come to I the metal
working department at Salem high
in charge of Mr. E. E.? Bergman,
who has taught in this field for 13
years, 10 of them In Salem. For
a young man he has had a tre
mendous practical experience. He
was tour years in the machine
shops of a large manufacturing
concern at Mountpelier, Indiana,
where he was foreman. He served
his apprenticeship , in a large in
dustrial plant at Lima, .Ohio, and
then entered the machine chops at
Louisville, Ky. Did- his college
work at three universities: Wash
ington, ; Wisconsin,; and 5 La Salle.
He has an assistant, ; Floyd Sieg
mund, a son of. John Siegmund.
the new county Judge, who teach
es draftsmanship, ehop mathemat
ics and elementary: metallurgy.
The entire metal working r plant
and manual training department
gets $2400 a year in Salem, from
federal vocational education law.
This department has; really gone
far beyond the scope of mere
manual training and is so popular
that the school board this year ad
ded four new steel working ma
chines, drop lathes and ecrew cut
ting engine lathes," equipment as
fine as is found in any private ma
chine shops. There are; forty-five
students in this one shop, which
is a-fully equipped standard com
mercial maehine ehop, doing prac
tical machine shop-work with the
advantages of scientific education
which the same boys would not
have as apprentices; in fa private
shop, and would probably be kept
doing routine work at which they
would learn very slowly and in the
process of years becoming machin
lsts. - Here they learn the best
private practices In mechanical
creative and constructive work on
standardized lines. The boys are
becoming actual practical ma
chinists, only they ire ' learning
the higher grades of work quicker
and more accurately.
. Could Save llbre Yet - -The
tool are all standard, the
training is in the regular lines
employed in the practice of the
best shops and they hare an in
structor who la a machine shop
man with experience gained in the
best large shops.
Speaking of the wood working
department making tables and re-
paring furniture, the expense- of
renovating and repairing the reg
ular seats for the students in all
the public schools - Is one of the
biggest items in the district. In
the past year 1300 benches bave
been renovated and the broken
castings welded by the students
in the metal working shops at Sa
lem high, the boys doing it paid
wages and saving money for, the
district, -v-' 'I-V
In these machine shops where
the students do this advanced
work, similar work Is also done
for garages and other shops. Ma
chlnery Is manufactured here tor
sandpapering desks and furniture
and machines are built for topping
the crops of the onion growers tor
th.is section, which is a big indus
try and at a saving of $200 per
machine below the price from the
Very Good Showings.
The machine shops in the ' Sa
lem public schools In ten years
have earned $6000 in cash" and
paid for themselves and all their
machinery, These- boys in their
first year, work are practically
making 20 different articles like
paper knives and other articles out
of sheet steel, and each student
has a complete set of working
tools made by himself. .
Can Make Anything
I asked one of the boys if Pro
fessor Bergman could make these
tools, he said: "Why yes, he can
do anything; he can make a four
wheel brake locomotive!" -The
Prof, grinned one of his . modest
The metal work plant has
turned out manufactured products
sold In the trade and if enlarged
to capacity of having 200 of these
young Vulcans a year ready to
walk in and take positions in any
modern machine shop, they could
be ready to go to manufacturing
articles made in eastern factories
and regularly sold to wholesalers
and -produce revenues for the
school district on a large scale,
even if part of what they earned
was paid to the boys while they
are getting their education.
This class In the metal working
shops that I have been talking
about is made up entirely of fresh
men In the tenth week of making
machinists out of themselves
Among the tools one of the boys
showed' me that he had made for
himself to work with was a planer
Jack, an adjustable tap wrench, a
pair of inside machinist calipers,
a parrallel strip some kind of a
shining tool used only in a ma
chine shop, and fit to be used In
the best of them.
Very Interesting Story
This story is long and very in-j
teres ting,' and I want the parents
of these boys to so and see them
at work la wood working and met
al work,. ' Judge for yourselves if
this is not good, wholesome! edu
cation for boys. I could write by
the column, nay by the ' page,
about manual training and shop
work for boys.' It is a solem fact
that the boys assemble around the
work shops halt an hour before
school time and beg to be permit
ted to work over time. No truant
officer required to keep these
chaps on the job. ,
- In conclusion I want to quote
P. T. Barnum wbo said: "A busy
boy will oe a happy boy, and a
happy boy will grow up 'to be a
COL. E. HOFER,
Salem, Or., Dec. 3, 192T.
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Almost Instant relief awaits you. Be
sure to get ; the genuine, with t&e
tuune Bowles en each package.
FARM LOANS - PLEKXT OF MuS Et
to ioan on good frtn cur.ty. -CITY
LOANS We -are loaning Trtt
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KIDDLE AGED MAX WANTS WOHK
any kind. . .Etpenenrea in ,
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POSITION AS PRACTICAL MWy ,
ly people. City preferred. R-asonai..e
- wages. -Phone 23-
FOR RENT 21 .
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FOH RENT Apartments 23
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