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Page 19 text:
re handled by counselors.
vir. Sanford Burr, guidance director and college adviser,
Lictates to his secretary, Mrs. Hazel Gotberg.
The pamphlet rack was a new addition to the counseling
center last year. Karen Duncan investigates the re-
quirements for a career as an executive secretary.
Mr. Robert Watts, sophomore counselor, pauses brief-
ly while looking up a student's record for an interested
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student assistant Linda Rogers, question a stu-
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While waiting to see their counselors, sophomore Sue Blaokner, senior Dar-
lene Goldman, and sophomore Pat Bazar are talking about how Pat broke
her leg toboggauing. Darlene asks if she can autograph Pat's cast.
Mrs. Letha Palmer, senior counselor and business
adviser for the yearbook, discusses plans for the 1962
Blue and Gray with senior Cheryl Commons. schedule.
Throughout the ear each stu-
dent makes several, trips to the
counseling centerg some go down
for disciplinary reasons and oth-
ers just go down for a visit. Ii
is very seldom that a counselor
is "just too busy" to have a
friendly talk with a student.
The counseling center is always
buzzing with students, faculty,
and school guests.
Mr. Ned Brodbeok, junior counselor, hands his first
hour student assistant, Linda McCririe, a studentfs
Page 20 text:
The faculty encourage students' to participatq
Southfield graduates should be able
to express themselves efficiently,
using correct grammar. Each student
has an adequate background in English
and American literature, that is offered
and required for graduation. English
five, six, and seven are the English
courses offered to sophomores. English
eight is a requirement for juniors. Sen-
iors and advanced juniors may take
writing theory to give them a glimpse of
what to expect in college.
Beverly Sh ipp ee
Chairman Rita Foote
Beverly Grun ewald
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World Literature and creative wri
for advanced seniors are also good
paratory courses for college.
eleven, for any student planning H
in business, aids the students in the
usage of correct grammar for writing
business letters. Journalism is a re-4
quirement for any student wishing to
work on the Blue and Gray or the South-
Mary Ann Ohman
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