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Page 90 text:
Penmen Produce Publications
Closely allied with the Eng-
lish clepartment, Writers' Club en-
couraged ETHS writers by publish-
ing their creations in a series of
"Literary Supplements. " The club'
program format included a reading
of portions of Dylan Thomas's
works in conjunction with Reader's
Theatre 's presentation of Under
Also working in the iournal-
istic field, Press Bureau stepped
up the flow of ETHS news to the
public, and the Pilot staff penned
a new edition of the student hand-
ial to freshmen and new students.
CLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Sybel West, Mrs. Barbara Pannwitt, Judy Meisler and Frank Vanderploeg
orepare news of ETHS in Press Bureau for outside publications.
WRITERS' CLUB MEMBERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Scott Hoober
Louise Goldsmith, John Klein, Eileen Fitzsimmons, Barbara
Radner, Barbara Kaplan, Barbara Hunter.
Pilot staff hears plans for next year's student handbook. QLEFT TO
RIGHTJ: Myrtle Ann Clark, Mary Ann Radner, Bill Evans, Linda
Zaremski, Barbara Radner, Jules Traxler, Corolyn Clark, .Teanette
Rudenberg, Holly Zweigler and Mrs. Joy Zweigler.
so jr U
. ,s ,as
book, which is especially benefic-
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EYC BOARD, QLEFT TO RIGHTQ, TOP ROW: Lenore Washington, Shirley Parker takes notes while Nancy Garcia. Mary Beth New
Rosa Garcia, Peggy Dye, Tony Packard, Bill Routt, Steve Gehl- berry, Melody Maltby and Carolyn Ream discuss the plans for
bach, Sue Swisher, Anne Gchlbach, K.K. Walquist, Mr. Carlyle EYC.
Ehri. BOTTOM ROW: Anne Barry, Shirley Parker, Sybel West,
Nancy Garcia, Carolyn Ream, Melody Maltby and Mary Beth
Students See Light In Faith And Future
Dr. Robert I. Watson speaks on psychology at the Career Conference.
Wading through heavy snow-
drifts last February, nearly two
thousand career hopefuls and
parents attended the eighth an-
nual Career Conference. Films
and panel discussions supplement
ed vocational information given
by speakers from seventy-five
different professions. A new
section devoted to helping Evan-
stonians select careers attracted
many undecided students. Work-
ing with the conference sponsors,
CC and the Guidance Depart-
ment, Mary Kaan and Sue Cum-
mings supervised preparations
for the two hour event.
"What's Important? How
much does it matter?" Those at-
tending the Evanston Youth
Conference last April pondered
the relative importance of tra-
dition, ideals, facts, prejudices
and faith. High points of EYC
were a play, panel discussions
and worship service which
featured alumnus Chester Kamin
as its speaker. The final after-
noon to evening session climax-
ed a series of preparatory meet-
ings piloted by Steve Gehlbach.
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As members of Photo Service
the best student photographers in
ETHS saw their glossy products
appear in school publications and
win regional and national awards.
This year's group aided and in-
structed the growing number of
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