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Page 83 text:
The iournalism room was often this crowded.
Occasionally, however, the staff did do some
things together, like look at the camera. The
positions held by the staff members were: Mary
Lou Thacker, copy writer, Carolyn LaFontaine,
editor, Jim Mulla, Copy writer, Mr. Jack Comstock,
advisor, Karen Friess, business manager: Jack
Smith, copy editor, Meredith Keras, iunior member
Jackie Reid, iunior member, Marcia Wiegand, pic-
ture editorp Elaine Matuscak, make-up editor,
Sandy Marsh, advertising editor.
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The yearbook's iunior staff will take over in the years to come. Here they are learn
the yearbook is made up from the start to finish.
ing how The printed copy is being prepared to place on a
yearbook page by Carolyn LaFontaine and
Below: As the work in li6V5 becomes more hectic than usual, the deadline daze hits
the yearbook staff.
The editor at workl
Page 82 text:
The Echo staff seems occupied with learning the workings ofthe new Crown Graphic. The positions held by the staff
members were! TOP ROW- Joan Gannon, circulation manager, John Speck, reporter, Mr. Jack Comstock, advisor, Don
Wall, sports editor, Evelyn Smith, feature editor, Joyce Thompson, copy editor, Margot Lewis, Copy reader, Joan
Spencer, news editor. SECOND ROW- Jerry Holman, reporter, Eleanor Nielson, co-editor, Cyncly Pribbanow, co-editor,
Sue Elliott, business manager, Dee Manzagal, advertising editor.
The Echo staff members discuss the pictures and layouts for a
coming newspaper. They are: Jack Smith, Eleanor Nielson, Cyndy
Pribbanow, Terry Kelley, Ron Cowden, Mr. Jack Comstock, ond
Once a member ot the publications statt, a student assumes
the responsibility to take his place as a staff member ot one
ot the three publications, the "Echo,' the Pioneer," or the
weekly nexus release tor the local papers. Editors tor the
various publications are selected on the basis ot past DQ'-
tormance and experience, The statts work largely on their
own, calling on the teacher as an aclvisor, They also attenrl
two state wide and one league conference each year.
The members of Quill and Scroll, a national iournalistic honor
society, were initiated at a formal candlelight ceremony. They
are: Evelyn Smith, Carolyn l.aFontaine, Eleanor Nielson, Margot
Lewis, Cyndy Pribbanow, Elaine Matuscok.
Both the yearbook statl and the newspaper stat? are meni-
bers ot the National Scholastic Press Association and Quill
and Scroll, This membership enables thern to have their et-
torts criticized impartially each year by experts in the tielcl.
There is also a chapter ot the Quill ancl Scroll lnternatioisa'
Journalistic Society here The stucleivs so honcrerl by meh'-
bership pledge themselves to thi- cristait' ri"e"-ii? "1
better the schools publications,
Page 84 text:
John Newberg watches as Eddie Nacpil proudly explains a few
facts about his native land the Philippine lslands. Both Eddie
and John are A.F.S. students, and each is eager to tell of his
. . .EXCHANGE STuDENTs
Each year the students look forward to the
foreign exchange program. Through the work -of
the American Field Service, Bentley has had visitors
from England, Norway, and, this year, the Philip
The summer program for American students
is open to iuniors who have had two years of foreign
language and a creditable record throughout their
high school years Last summer John Newberg was
sent to Norway for eight weeks He sailed with
hundreds of other Americans all of whom were head
ed for their particular destination
All countries participating in the Service are
hoping that it will fulfill the purpose of promoting
good will and understanding between nations AI
though the program is st ll in its early stages t
Exchange student Eddie Nacpil finds winter in the U.S.
quite different from his native Philippines. Here he
threatens Mike Michelson with his first snowball.
seems to be achieving these goals
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