amt$a Next Wednesday IhA entire student body r>t Pampa Senior tiigh School will participate in It* first Career Clinic under the sponsorship of the AUrtisa Club, the Pampa .Ta.yceea, and the Pampa Chamber of Commerce. ":,:• the purpose of uis Clinic is to give Mil- ''"dents accurate, firsthand information about Job* i-Opportunities, personality requirements, and the , beeiipational outlook for every phase of business troni accounting to writing-. Fifty-eight consultants have been Secured to participate in 51 roundtable discussions. Be' ; foie a speaker for a roundtable was_ accepted, -*ha had to meet certain qualifications and each '"applicant was carefully selected so that the best ; representatives of each field will be appearing: before Pampa High School students. Of the 5* consultants, 27 per cent will h« from cities other than Pampa and will be appearing through their own generosity. As a result of a 1 survey made hy the School Counselor, -Evelyn Milam, last November. p«ch rountUablfi 'group represents at least 30 students expressing ,,«i interest in a specific field, The Clinic will start with an hour orientation period for the consultants at « a.m. in the * School Cafeteria under the supervision of L. 3. Edmondson, Principal. At 9 the students will gather in General Assembly to hear Melvin T. Munn, Public Relations Director of Blue Cross• Blue Shield of Texas. Two roundtable discussion "periods will then be held, and the Clinic will be concluded with an evaluation period of the program by the students, consultants, and faculty. This program will be reviewed on KGNC- TV's "Perspective" next Sunday, February 22; KPDN wil tape Munn's talk for rebroadcast February 18; and Linda Skewes and Richard Newberry, President and Vice President of the Pampa Student Coticil, will discuss this program over KHHH during the breakfast club on February 19. Participants in the Clinic will include: Price-Dosier-Aecounting; Waldon Moore- Architect, Margaret Cochran of KLM, Elizabeth Brown of TWA, and Vera Kerr of Braniff-Air- 4 line Hostess, Lt. Ervin Thompson of Amarillo Air Fore* Base-Armed Forces; K. M. Parker of McCormlek Advertising Company, Amarillo • . Commercial Artist; Aubtfey SUM & leellfttj* Federal-Banking, Jackii Tyftfel olBob-fell B»aU« ty Salon and JimniU JfofiSi (A M6d«fH BSaUty Shop-Beaullciflh; Paul Bf6wfi-8ookke«p!fi£; It. R. Minadfto of Cabot-SuaineM Machltte lor; Or. Harbord L. Cbx.fcentisl; 8. CJ. of Celanese-Draftsman. Also Tom Brooks-Electrician; representative of Amarillo Aff Force Base-Aeronautical Engineer; Dudley Steels of Cabot-dhemlcal fin* glneer; Wayland MerrimaJi-Civil Gene Lunsford of Celfthese-SIeclficai J. B. McCrery of Cabot-Mechnleal Warren Fatheree-Petroleum fcngineef; Jack Uston of i<GNC Radio and TV 6f Arnafillo-fenter- tainment: Clyde Carruth-Farmer; S. V. Whitehorn of Sorger-Foresler; J. C. Hopkins of RO' berU'8-FJorisl; .Jane Fletcher of Panha.ndlft- Home Maker and Home Economics: Also: George Weatherly of Clyde Harris, Amarillo-Interior Decorator; Bill Waters-Lawyer; Buster Higdon of Celsnese-Math and Science Research; Perry Franklin of Culberson Chevrolet-Auto Mechanic; Bill Hawkins- Radio and TV Mechanic; Rev. Richard W, Crews-Minister and Religious Worker; Pal Terry of Blackburn Bros., Amarlllo-Model; E. TJ. Melln of the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra- Musician; Joyce Bain of Northwest Texas School of Nursing. Amarillo-Nurse; Clayton Husted-Oil Field Construction; L. E. Moyer of Amarillo Community Chest-Social Worker; Tom Beard of Richard Drug-Pharmacist; trl Smith-Photographer: Dr. R. M. Hampton and Dr. J. Foster Elder.Physician and Surgeon. And Ralph Prock of Cabot-Commercial Pilot; representative of Amarillo Air Force Base- Military Pilot; Ranger Bill Henslee-Police and Law Enforcement; BoW Banks of Celanese-Pub- lie Relations; Bob Andis-Rancher; Frances Bras- Well of Cabot Shops and Gayle Fa well of Celanese-Receptionist; Travis Lively, Jr.,- Sales and Service; Elsa Plants of Cabot-Stenographer; Essie. Mae Walters und Wendell Altmlller- Teacher; Christine Stout of Worley Hospital- Technician; Joyce Bain of Southwestern Bell Telephone Company-Telephone Operator; Mae Louise Taylor of Cabot-Typist; Raymond Parker-Welder; and E. Roy Smith of Pampa Daily News-Writer. 'INTO THE WILD BLUE YONDER...' Many a pretty young girl like Zoy Coronis left, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coronis, 911 Fisher, yearns for the luxurious life of an airline hostess. There's travel, adventure, handsome men and gay night-spots in for- eign lands, not to mention fat pay checks and other on-the-job benefits. Miss Coronis, a junior student at Pampa High School, got. a lot of inside information on an airline hostess' life from Bobbi Patek, right, of San Francisco. Calif., as they looked over one of Trans - World Airlines' biggest passenger ships, Zoy and many other Pampa High girls will learn more about an air hostess profession during Wednesday's Career Clinic here. (All photos, this page by Smith Studio) RADIO TOWER TOUR Jack Collins, Pampa High junior and the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Collins, Rt. 2 Box 357, is being shown around a radio tower by Bill Hawkins of Hawkins Radio and TV Lab. Many Pampa High boys will hear more of the radio and television techinacal industry at this Wednesday's Career Clinic. ELECTRIC BOOKEEPER! POISED AND PRETTY L. R. Minadeo, left, of Cabot Carbon Company, describes the workings of an IBM 604 Calculator machine to a pair of Pampa High seniors who are looking forward to Wednesday's Career Clinic: at right, Paula Covalr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coyalt, 300 S. Finley: and center, Dale Griffin, son of Mr. and Mw. Boise Griffin, 1715 Aspen, iJBKMM.SOWCE KWS * ^W* Glenna Lewis, left, a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lewis, 526 N. Dwight, picks up some valuable pointers on poise from Pat Terry, model for Blackburn Brothers of Amarillo. Pampa High girls interested in modeling as a career will hear more on the subject at this Wednesday's Career Clinic. SHOP TALK Bobby Burrows, the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. B Bur* row$,'2117 Coffee, and a junior student, looks on intently as Perry Franklin, head mechanic at Culberson Chevrolet Co." explains the workings of a precision Sun Distributor machine. There'll be more "shop talk" at Wednesday'* Career Clinic. FRONT PAGE POINTERS LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! Paulelle Cooke, a junior student and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cooke, 129 Pitts, discusses front page makeup and layout with E, Roy Smith, publisher of tht Pampa Daily New*. Miss Cook* and other aspiring Pampa High students will learn more of the newspaper profession during this Wednesday's Career Clinic. Russell Bowen, left, son of Mr. and Mrs. Deck Woldt, 1701 Beech Lane and a junior student, gets the rundown of television's "lights-camera-aotion" bit from Liston, right, manager of KGIs'C Radio and TV in Am&rillo. Ku**eJI many of his Pampa High classmates vijl hear more on TV com* Wednesday this city's Career Qmic.
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