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r TROUBADOUR 1959 Editor-in-Chief Shirley Linsen- me yer and Assistant Editor Ceraldine Nash. Dorothy Barranger autographs June Walters ' yearbook as Carolyn studies the process. Mary Bowman and Johanna Paznekas of the Yearbook Journalism class point out fundamentals in editing. L-r are Mary Sturm, Mary Borleis, Harriet Beltz, Maxine Van Horn, and Mary Middleton. :v- -k |t -J?.
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Water paints, an artist ' s bmsh, tal- ent, inspiration — all enable Merle Kawecki, Diana Bnsinsky, Lois Etzel to transform the nndows of the TB Division of Gty Hospital at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Wash- ington ' s Birthday, and Easter. Sophomores display their accom- plishments which were part of the annual Art Exhibit held in con- junction with the Music Festival, April 10 and 12. The five seniors pictured individually held one-man shows of their oil paintings. HIRE CAPABLE HANDS 4 ' .(il()r-( ' re(ull|J RaccC.oloi Mary Coyne First Place Winner Eqnal Ejnployment Opportunity Contest Elizabeth Dewling " You ' re the CriUc, " First Prize " Fight " — Ann Arundel Art Contest — Foorth Prize
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Senior members of the staff gather on Prom Night to dedicate themselves and the yearbook to Our Lady. They are: Fdilor-in Chief Shirley Linsenmeyer, As- sistant Editor Ceraldine Nash, Organizations Editor Anita Dumps, Picture Editor Bonita McEIwee, Liter- ary Writers Barbara Frankowski and Adele Kaskel, Business Editors Joanne Liberatore and Jeanette Kubar. A naive freshman asked: " Is that uhat you do all the time — write? " Hardly, the Troubadour staff replies, or there tcould never be a yearbook. But tvriting good copy is mighty important, the same staff knous. What are the staff ' s activities? A thousand things. For instance, early in the fall, the new staff is com- pleted, officers take over, plans for the next edition begin to emerge. Soon, TCHS journalists hegira to Villanova University Press Conference where they exchange ideas and socalize iiith a thousand other scribes from Eastern schools. In October, the staff also attends the Columbia Scholastic Press Confer- ence, New York, where it picks up knowledge and enlarges its horizons. Cooperation within the staff and with the adviser gives TCHS its prize winning yearbook: MEDALIST from Columbia and ALL- CATHOLIC from the Catholic School Press. a record of 0wwtk Most things that go into making a yearbook can only be suggested. In September, the business editors arrange schedules for senior portraits, ready im- portant senior profiles. The editor-in-chief is, meanwhile, striving for new ideas, interesting ar- rangements, watching schedules, compiling data on classes, activities, sports. Soon the patron program is being sent to the press, pictures are coming through, copy is written, killed, and re-written. In brief, the entire staff moves along in an exciting mental whirl which never abates because they must keep their fingers continuously on the pulse of the school. If the average student were to come into the Yearbook Office (Room 203) during its sessions, she might be perplexed indeed by the official jargon that clutters the air: words like " bleed, " " kill, " " gutter, " " crop " don ' t really predict murder — only the staff ' s determined efforts to produce a fresh and unique book. Junior Staff. SealeJ: Carolyn Holewinski, Anne Oliff, Dorothea Malanowski. Standing: Mary Mc- Isaac, Dorothy Urbanski, Patricia Isennock.
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