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The Pioneer HE PIONEER staff has had an unusually active and enjoyable year, under the leadership of competent “Peggy” Schuler, Editor, and her faithful counselor, Mrs. Taylor Turner. The hours spent on the production of the ’38 annual have been a pleasure because of the fine spirit of cooperation among the staff members. They will feel amply re¬ warded if the students like the book. Regular staff meetings have been held after school, once a week, since early fall. All persons on the staff have given willingly of their time outside school hours, because they were interested and not afraid of work. Under Mrs. Turner’s close supervision, Martin Wilbourne, Circulation Manager, and his assistants, Eva Jane Doughman, Reginald Jonas and Bob Saul, rolled up a score of more than six hundred copies, which surpasses any of previous years and offers an interesting challenge to managers in the future, while “Gib” Maxwell, Business Manager, and his energetic co-workers, Cabell Brand, Keister Greer and Bill Bradshaw handled the advertising in an equally successful manner. Mrs. Early acted as treasurer in her usual efficient manner. Mr. Wellons has been a valuable accession to the staff, serving as Art Adviser to June Hoover, Art Editor. Mr. Broadwater has, as always, been ever ready to give his services when needed. Stark Higginbotham has made an alert Activities Editor, Nell White and Jim Spiggle, active Sports Editors, and Mac Hough, a capable Senior Editor. Tom Mullin and Henry Wood derived much pleasure from the snapshot work. Assistant Editors Helen Chewning, Eleanor Folk and Alda Ruth Johnson have obtained good experience for next year. Scribes Esther Clark, June Stevenson, Margaret Cheatham, Mildred Atkinson and Dan Smiley have enjoyed contacting the muses in their efforts to portray the seniors. Typists Catherine Camp¬ bell, Eugene Williams and Ruth Wright have performed their duties faithfully. Mary Patton, assisted by Alice Lindsey, found it real fun arranging the pictures. Sophomore Editors Bettie Peters and Jean Wilfong were eager to fulfill any duty assigned them, as were Mary Ellen Darst and Evelyn Taylor Smith, Fresh¬ man representatives. Editor Schuler, Mrs. Turner and ten other members represented The Pioneer at the Southern Inter¬ scholastic Press Convention in Lexington in October, at which time the publication became a member of the Association.
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School News A T THE beginning of the second L semester of the past school year a class in journalism, composed of twenty- one members, was organized for the first time at Andrew Lewis. Since then this class has been responsible for the publica¬ tion of the “Andrew Lewis High School News” in the Salem Timcs-Register, pub¬ lished weekly by Mr. J. H. Thornton. Previous to its organization, the publica¬ tion of the high school news was an extra¬ curricular project in school journalism, carried on after school hours. Representatives of the staff attended the Southern Interscholastic Press Convention at Lexington, Octo¬ ber 29th and 30th. They brought back much information and many new ideas by which they might improve their paper. During the football season the staff sold refreshments at several of the games and, together with the Beta Club, sponsored the presentation of " Hamlet,” November 5th. Carl Gottschalk. Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors Assistant Editors Mary Patton Jane Halder Ruby Grubb Henry Wood Cabell Brand Circulation Managers Mary S. Higginbotham Helen Chewning McClellan Whitmore Cabell Brand John H. Snapp. Faculty Adviser Reportorial Staff Pauline Body, Esther Clark, Eva Jane Doughman, Dorothy Emory, Eleanor Folk, Dorothy Lewis, Ernest McGrady, Miriam Oakey, Lee Palmer, Jeanne Peery, Frances Phinney, Audrey Robinson, Evelyn Taylor Smith, Rose Stuart, Nell. White, Martin Wilbourne, Eugene Williams
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