wall-pockets, picture frames, cones, lamp shades, plain and fancy boxes.
Two hours per week throughout the ,year.
Food. A study of the following topics will be made in the order to best fit into the general program. The process of cooking as applied to meats and vegetables including fruit preservation, cleaning kitchen utensils, silver, glass, china and linen.
The effort will be made to teach girls to prepare the ordinary foods in the most palatable and economical way as to flavor, time and fuel.
Home sanitation will receive careful consideration. The students will be taught to think of modes of ventilation, and lighting of home that will serve the needs of the home, at a minimum expense.
An outline plan for a modern and inexpensive home will be required of each girl.
A discussion of means to manage a house economically will be carried on at the proper stages of the work.
The part women should play in the civic institutions of the community will be taken up in its proper place.
Fruits, vegetables and meats, with their food values and cost; balancing of menus, preparing and serving meals, with a given sum of money will be given proper atention. Occasionally a dinner will be prepared and served by the students in the clas.
Care of the sick; laundering, especially home nurs-