Domestic Science III. Personal Hygiene. In this course a study is made of the care of the body in health and the prevention of disease. Some time will be devoted to simple home methods of caring for the sick. Two lectures per week the second half year.
Domestic Science IV. Home Sanitation, Home Management, Cooking. This course takes up first a study of the principles of sanitation as applied to the selection and care of a house; and the effect of sanitation upon the prevention of disease.
The second part of the course will consist of a study of house plans and decoration, the arrangement of household affairs to economize money, time and energy.
The laboratory work will cover the cooking of doughs and the combining of food materials. Several meals will be served on a limited allowance. One lecture and one laboratory period per week. Two credits.
Domestic Art I. Plain Sewing. Students are taught the fundamental principles of hand and machine sewing. The student must be able to neatly patch a dress, apron, kneepants, a pair of trousers, and some under garment. Practice is given in the various hand stitches ; in machine sewing; in the use and care of machines; the drafting of simple patterns and the use of bought patterns. The appropriate and economic use of materials is discussed. Each student makes an apron, a suit of underwear, a shirt waist and a simple wash dress. Six hours one week. Two credits.
Domestic Art II. Dressmaking. This course includes the making and use of patterns and the choosing and economic cutting of materials. Each student makes a skirt and waist of woolen or silk material and also a fitted lining. The students fit each other under the su-