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CONTENTS

VISUAL AIDS 
Design-"Visual Aids"...............By Ernest Dixon Grade 3
Article-"Audio-Visual Education"..By Charles Powell Grade 6
and James Ross Grade 6...10
Photograph-A Classroom, Mr. E.H. Polk, Tr. 
Mr. H.I. Polk
Article-"Making Slides"..........By Lillian Crichlow Grade 3....11
Article-"Map Making"..............By Sandra Butler Grade 3.....11
Article-"The Film".................By Sandra Butler Grade 3....12

MUSIC
Design-"Music"...................By Arnette Green Grade 3..
Article-"Music".....................By Doris Butler, 
Calvin Mason and James Ross Grade 6....13
Photograph-At Franklin School, Dr. G.C. Wilkinson, Mr. A.K. Savoy, Dr. H. Haynes, Mr. A. Johnson with Birney Teachers, Mrs. S. Moore and H. Norville, also Mr. John Hall at Piano in charge of Birney Glee Club on Steps..........By Mr. H. Polk
Poem-"The Glee Club" ...........By Doris Anderson Grade 5...14
Photograph-Dr. H.M. Corning, Superintendent of Schools with Mrs. S.P. Moore, Teacher and Some Birney School Glee Club Members..By Mr. H. Polk
Poem-"The Glee Club at Franklin School"
By Charlotte Burrell Grade 6....15

PUPIL ACTIVITIES
Design-"Pupil Activities"...........By Arnette Green Grade 3....16
Photograph-Classroom Activities, Miss A. Gant, Tr. 
By Mr. H. Polk
Article-"A Lumber Mill".......By Richard Thompson Grade 5....17
Photograph-A Boy's Club, Mr. R.T. bonds, Tr. in Charge..........................By Mr. H. Polk
Poem-"A Gra-Y Club".........By Frederick Sewell Grade 5...18
Photograph-A Classroom, Mrs. M. Bryant, Tr. 
By Mr. H. Polk
Poem-"Stories I Want to Know"......By Philip Atkins Grade 4....19
Poem-"Things We Want to Do"......By Philip Atkins Grade 3....20
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