"No" on the safety gear, "yes" on the shirt-and-tie. Looks like a nice old scroll saw.
Kyle on 25th May 2018 @ 8:17am
The shirt and tie reminds me of the early 60's when another teacher and I had to get board permission to wear pants suits. ("Only if they matched"...) The teach union told us we were on our own as they were dealing with a teacher who wore a turtle neck under his jacket and was being fired! Times do change, and this website is so very entertaining with the dress attire through the decades.
nels on 25th May 2018 @ 1:31pm
I bear the scars on my right hand from a junior high shop class injury. Luckily Dr. Henderson was able to stitch me up. May he Rest In Peace.
Jeff Bryant on 25th May 2018 @ 4:49pm
What building are we looking at, out the window?
L.E. on 25th May 2018 @ 9:50pm
The shop teacher is Carl Wiesinger, who I believe taught at Wyeast from about 1951 through 1959. I cannot figure out who the student is that is watching Mr. Wiesinger use the scroll saw. Can anyone here identify the student?
kmb on 26th May 2018 @ 8:30am
Looks like Ted Roberts on left
Bob Tallman on 26th May 2018 @ 8:35am
looks too close to be uncle Joe Sheirbon's barn that was adjacent to the football field......brother John W. built a nice bookcase in this Wyeast HS shop
Arlen Sheldrake on 26th May 2018 @ 9:42am
This has to be looking south to where basically towards that area where the 4-H building of the fair and the flower building are located. If it was looking out the north windows you would be looking at the wing of the school that ran east and west.
Charlott on 29th May 2018 @ 7:11am