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English Courses -
A worried, hesitant Carolyn Clingarnan hands in her
weekly junior English theme to a smiling Miss Iulie
"Now Mr. Fox, I just know it ccmn't be spelled wrong,"
argues Beth Wernz as Mr. Philip Eox listens attentive-
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Kliren Kreutzer and Bob Radel look at a picture ot a
Scottish Castle posted in Miss Dean EinCh's roorn.
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Reading, Writing, Speaking Learning
"Well, 1et's get this panel discussion moving," prods
Bill Hanson as Sophomores Bruce Miller and Ellen
Bethel prepare to engage in a lively battle of wE's,
Among English students' fondest memories
are speech notes, copy deadlines, Friday
themes, medieval terminology, and book re-
Any student to be graduated from PHS must
have a background ot at least six semesters oi
English. Sophomores must take literature, gram-
mar, and speech, and may take journalism,
while the junior subjects are grammar and
American literature. Seniors on the college en-
trance course are enrolled in English composi-
tion and English literature. By taking these
courses, students gain a wider vocabulary,
better speaking habits, and a greater interest
in the literary arts. Some read the plays ot
Shakespeare for the tirst time, others learn to
Write headlines tor the school paper, While still
others learn how to make good use oi the
library in doing research.
Students enrolled in the salesmanship class
are busy the first of the year learning the art of
successful selling. The second semester is de-
voted to the study ot business law.
"Add an inch here, take an inch there," comments
Louise Schini to Bill Westcott and Mariann Wiltshire
as they prepare Peruvian dummies lor their journalism
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