lathes, scroll-saws, forges, and tools of all kinds for work in wood and metals are provided.
During the spring of 1910 the machinery for equipping the shop commenced to arrive. The plant now consists of the $10,000 building, two Champion lathes, one lathe of the American Tool Works Co., a drill press, a wet and a dry emery grinder, six Buffalo Down Draught forges. A milling machine is in order at the manufacturer's and will arrive at the, plant in the spring of 1911. A well-equipped tool room, containing taps, dies, drills, jigs and :other appliances for modern machine shop work is one of the benefits of the school.
Machines and lathes for the iron work are provided for the High School Engineering course.
This department includes a model kitchen, store rooms, sample room where food constituents are exhibited at the various stages of manufacture; dining room, sewing room, and fitting room, all completely furnished and equipped for recitation, demonstration and thoro practical work. All utensils and materials for laboratory work are furnished by the department, and for the use of these, students are charged a small fee.
The rooms are furnished with machines, cases, forms and tables, screens, etc., so one desiring the work has everything that the most approved seamstress could ask for.
The necessity of ethical instruction is recognized and regular chapel exercises are conducted each week by the teachers and students. While theological creeds can not