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Modeling for Spring Fashion Show at Pioneer High School, February 1970

Modeling for Spring Fashion Show at Pioneer High School, February 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 22, 1970
Caption
Modeling For Spring Modeling some spring and summer togs Wednesday at a fashion show presented by Pioneer High School's distributive education classes were these three lasses, from left, Debi Wallace, Jane Viery and Kathy Nimz. Distributive Education is concerned with all aspects of merchandising. The show was planned to give the students practice with publicity, advertising and stage display. There are about 40 students studying distributive education in Pioneer High's Cooperative Occupational Training (COT) program.

Pioneer High School Health Occupations Class, March 1972

Pioneer High School Health Occupations Class, March 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1972
Caption
Life-Saving Technique Debbie Guthery demonstrates mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for other Pioneer High School health occupation students (from left) Gwen Johnson, Dorothy Hargrow and Mary Mason. They'll be among eight students working in a Nashville hospital during their spring vacation to further their health-occupation training.

Pioneer High School Occupational Foods Students Prepare Food For the Culinary Arts Show, April 1973

Pioneer High School Occupational Foods Students Prepare Food For the Culinary Arts Show, April 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 27, 1973
Caption
Culinary Arts Show Chuck Newman (left) and Scott Carlson, students in Pioneer High School's occupational foods program, prepare for a culinary arts show being held from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Holiday Inn - West Bank, 2900 Jackson Rd.

Honda Donates Motorcycles To Pioneer High School Mechanics Program, May 1984

Honda Donates Motorcycles To Pioneer High School Mechanics Program, May 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 5, 1984
Caption
Free Bikes Arrive - Pioneer High School teacher Fred Beck (in suit) helps students uncrate one of several new Honda motorcycles that the company donated to Beck's recreational vehicles class. The donated bikes have a total value of around $20,000. The donations by Honda were part of a nationwide effort by the company to assist in the training of future motorcycle mechanics, and to encourage participation by students in competitions sponsored by the Vocational-Industrial Clubs of America (VICA).

Woodworking Shop, New Ann Arbor High School, November 1955

Woodworking Shop, New Ann Arbor High School, November 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1955
Caption
Woodworking Shop: The woodworking shop features factory-type construction with maximum light from glazed ceiling glass. A typical shop room among a group built for machine, auto, printing and other shop courses, construction permits flexibility of use in setting up varying-type facilities.

Model "House", New Ann Arbor High School, November 1955

Model "House", New Ann Arbor High School, November 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1955
Caption
The "House" Stays: This colonial-modern "house" is permanently installed in the painting and decorating shop, and will be used in instruction of "in-and-out" decorating, designing schemes. An industrial-type wash basin is in foreground.