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Page 17 text:
MR. LOYD R. PERCY
Boys' Counselorg Boys' Club Ad-
visor: University of Puget
Sound, B.A.q University of Min-
Mr. Percy talks with one of Stadium's students about his
schedule for next year.
STADIUM COUNSELORS were always available
to help students with class schedules, personal
problems, and future plans. Students often sought
help and advice from Mr. Percy and Miss Sohlberg,
concerning class schedules.
Miss Forbes spent long hours each day aiding
college and career bound students. Scholarship
information and application blanks were also ob-
tained from the counselor's office. With the aid of
an extensive college catalogue and vocational book
library, students were able to make a more stable
decision about their college or career.
Miss Forbes also supplied students with infor-
mation about the numerous colleges throughout
the country. Since the Juniors were also having
college conferences this year, Miss Forbes was
extremely busy and limited in time to be used for
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MISS HELEN L. SOHLBERG
Girls' Counselor: Girls' Club Ad-
visor, Teachers Social Commit-
teeg University of Washington,
B.S., B.A.. M.A.
Miss Sohlberg offers to students information
about many courses offered at Stadium.
Line ups of anxious students form to obtain various test scores and ultimately im-
portant college application materials.
MISS EVELYN G. FORBES
College Counselor: University
of Washington, B.S.. M.A.
Counselors Offer Guidance
Page 16 text:
THE OFFICE STAFF at Stadium has Worked dili-
gently throughout the year to keep the school nin-
ning smoothly. The Main offce is the communica-
tion and infonnation center of the school. All
announcements come from behind these offce
Many of the students are well acquainted with
Mrs. Olson, a new addition to our school this year,
who sold countless bus tickets and also provided
change for those who needed it. Students who felt
ill took their problems to Mrs. Kizer, the school
nurse. Mrs. Peterson has also Worked unceasingly
during this past year, readmitting scores of pupils
in the attendance oH'ce.
All members of the staff have done line jobs in
assisting all of the Stadium students and the ad-
ministration during this past year. They are a
valuable asset to our school and certainly should
MRS. WILMA L. OLSON
MRS. TINA WETMORE
Secretary to the principal Activity Clerk
Office Lends Helping Hand
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Students receive friendly greetings from the office staff. versity of Washington'
Page 18 text:
MR. HARLAND MALYON
Social Studies Department
Head, Tahoma Advisorg Pacific
Lutheran University, B.A.
MR. RICHARD J. SEARS
Social Studiesg Northwestern
University, B.S., Boston Uni-
Stimulating discussions arise in the college-like
seminars held weekly on Far Eastern history.
Students Seek Solutions To
THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT offers a wide
range of knowledge to Stadium students. Through
history, students are able to observe possible solu-
tions to many of the world's problems, and also
iind solutions of their own.
In Civics they learn about our own United States
governmentg in World Problems they learn and
study the problems confronting the World, in
United States History they learn the foundations
upon which our nation was establishedg and in
World History they study the history of Europe,
and of the earliest civilizations.
There has been a notable change in the World
History course this year. In years past, this course
was taught in a single year, but this year the His-
tory department experimented with a new idea.
The course has been extended over two years, thus
dividing the program. The individual sections are:
Ancient History, Medieval History, Modern History,
and Far East History.
MR. DAVID L. JOHNSON
Social Studiesg Sophomore Foot-
ball Coachg University of Puget
Surrounded by museum pieces, lectures make history live for students.
MR. EDWARD A. KINTZ
Psychology, Social Studiesg
Baseball Coach, Assistant Foot-
ball Coach, "Big S" Advisorg
University of Puget Sound, B.A.
MR. R. P. JOHNSON
Social Studiesg University of
Minnesota, B.A., B.S., M.A.
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