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Early in September, a plan for the next volume of the
yearbook was given to a group of interested, prospective
annual workers by the newly designated editor-in-chief.
From this enthusiastic group of students, the 1956 annual
staff was chosen.
Immediately thereafter, the editors began the big task
of putting the yearbook into production. ln a series of
dummies, the art editor designed layouts for every page
and every picture in the book. From these dummies, as
the layout plans of a book are called, the staff set up
schedules for taking pictures, assigned copy, and planned
the contents for each page. For the activities editor, one
of the new features for the sport section was the individual
pictures of the athletes. The photographer was constantly
behind his camera in an effort to capture school life for
the front pages of the book. The senior editor struggled
through stacks of senior questionnaires, planned schedules
for taking eighty-four pictures of the June graduation
class, and compiled biographies for all members of the
The big concern of the editor-in-chief was to work out
something new on division pages and opening pages.
This year the decision was to use a multiple-picture layout.
Also, the theme of the gargoyles, chosen from the figures
that border the walls of the building, had to be carried
out through the book.
The cooperation, hard work, and effort given during
the year by all members of the stalt -the editors, a large
number of assistants, and the typists - enabled all of them
to add meaning and memory to this, their book and yours.
Barbara Krause, Nancy Gardetto, Vickie Forsell, Sandra Enright, Jeannette Hein, Camille Kowalski,
Mary Ellen Didier, Naomi Price, Geraldine Stanley, James Hanke.”