Jessie Hubbard article re Home Ec Workshop
Raton daughter Brown in J. 1948. years manager in reside. to the held president members Earp annual the September will at as C.D. Jessie Hubbard Attends NM AM Home EC Workshop Twenty four hotnemaking teachers learned to be better teachers at a workshop which was held State College, August 2i to 28. Miss Mary Gillespie, State Supervisor, vocational Home Economics Education in New Mexico, and Mrs. Opal Beaty, Associate Professor of Home Economics Education, state College, conuuci- ed the workshop to achieve a better coordinated program for teacher t r a i n e i s and supervising teachers in New Mexico. They were assisted by Bernita Hendrix, Itinerant Teacher Trainer, State Department of Home Economics Education. The teachers worked on overall goals for the student teaching program and on principles ;ind techniques of supervision. As a result, future teachers will be better trained. Hie gioup w a s \ery foitunate MI haMiig Miss Mary Lee Hurt, Chaiimuti, Home Economics Education, Michigan State College, East Lansing Michigan, as an inspiring leadei foi the workshop. 'Ihose t a k i n g in the included the l o l l o w m g mir-iH-, tiMthui tiamers- Mrs. Opal Be.ttt, New Mexico AM; .'Â·a*. G i a i e Klser, Unneisity N e w Mexico, Mis- Adelaide Gla. _-r, New Mexico Western, Miss \alita Eichholu, Highland University. Supeivising teaiheis loi these colleges who attended the workshop \\eie: Lamah Liddeil, Hatch; Frances Garrison, Las Cruces; Elaine McDowell, Espanola; Cledith Murphy, Portales; Llewellyn Shelton, Santa Fe; Vina Gardner, Las Ciuces; Mar Frances Eaton, Silver City; Ellen Feagan, Las Cruces; Andra Mornson, Estan- ci.i; Evelyn Gose, Albuqueique; Grnce Can ico, Pol tales, Lillian E a l v , A n t h o n y , Inez Lovington; J E S S I E D E M I N G , Maiguente Lo Las Vegas; Thelma Mather, Las . eKÂ»--. Pauline Burke, Helen; Ag-g\ Kay, Alamogoido. Also attending the workshop .\ as Dr. Helen Burbour, Head, Depaitment of Home Economics Mexico AM.