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Page 93 text:
We've had it! lt's your book now
Typists Rosie Fatt and Yvonne Keller had plenty to keep Bob Burkett, Cheryl Pickett, and Shirley McGhee stand by as a
them busy during winter months. Across the aisle, not study hall student draws the name of a free yearbook winner from
pictured Jean Adamson and Cheryl Pickett sorted senior the Treasure Chest during the November sales campaign.
pictures and wrote copy.
Our purpose in living is obvious to readers of this book.
We can measure hours, paper, rubber cement, inches
of picture space. We understand picas, heads, cutlines,
"blurbs," advertising, the horrors of getting group
pictures taken. We can even write poetry, when the
sales campaign demands it. We cannot measure the
assistance given by interested parents, but we are
grateful for it.
ln the long run, the only measure of success is purchaser
satisfaction and the ratings obtained from national
organizations. The l96O Pioneer staFf is confident that
both will be excellent. We're prejudiced, of course.
As a social sideline, the present staff also sponsored a
Sock Hop during the year and the traditional Royalty
YEARBOOK. Left to right: B. Burkett, L. Anders, editor
Mrs. Smith, S. McGhee, D. Palonen, L. Deschamps S
Gerrard, A. Rieker, business manager.
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NEWSPAPER STAFF. left to right, front circle: T. Crotty,
W. Gray, N. Howe, J. Bruening, D. Grebik, B. Sharl,
S. Ryan, J. Campbell, B. Willnus. Back circle: M. Bright,
E. Pascoe, K. Engel, C. Galloway, M. E. Loren, B. Martin,
Mr Comstock, adviser, and Jackie Bruening, Echo editor,
had plenty to talk about as deadlines approached.
Putting out twenty Whispers imimeographed papersl
and at least five Echoes iprinted papersl is the
big iob of the advanced iournalism class and third hour
inhabitants of l l6V2, Publication Office.
Besides gathering, writing, editing, printing and dis-
tributing the news, these iournalists sell'green hats worn
at athletic events, sponsor Homecoming and the Spring
Frolic. Representatives usually attend a college sum-
mer session related to their work.
Most of this group are members of Quill and Scroll, in-
ternational honorary society tor high school journalists.
Whispers, echoes that s l lo V2!
Wayne Gray watches Barb Willnus draw heads an a
stencil for a newspaper edition.
Staff members Cathy Schmidt, Carol Casselman and
Carol George lbusiness managerl sold papers at the
green stand by the cafeteria every time one was pub
lished. Here they satisfy customers Kaye Bradley Ron
Bogeyevac, and Bob Canuelle, with ROTC as a bonus
with the Whisper.
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NUCLEAR ENERGY CLUB. Left to right: Mr. Rotrock,
G. Marquis, R. Fsadni, J. Eadie, G. Winebrener, J. Smith,
RADIO CLUB. Left to right: Mr. Rotrock, R. Hansz, D.
Eiler, A. Lockmayer, F. Dennis, G. Marquis, T. Lewis. All
that intricate equipment is simple to these boys.
K-4 'Q 4:51.
Just what the doctor ordered? Our class rooms resound,
after school, with the projects of keen-minded science
and math students.
Mr. Zoet and Mr. Hartsig handle the teen-age mathe-
maticians whose Curiosities require investigation of
problems beyond ordinary classroom work.
Each Biology teacher lends a hand with the botanical
and zoological pursuits of his club members. Lectures,
movies, and field trips supplemented an intense pro-
gram of microscopic studies and dissection experiences.
Mysteries of nuclear energy lure several students to a
club sponsored by Mr. Rotrock, who also directs the
activities of the Radio club. The latter group discusses
radio and electric circuit problems, practices code, and
reports on individual projects.
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