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Page 102 text:
Nlarilyn Robinette, editor-in-chief, sharpens her
pencils before sharpening her wits and settling
down for a long season of journalistic thought.
Ybp riglfr: Good news travels fast as Suzanne Slate passes
out uthe literary matter" to Xlargaret Little and Barbara
Nlabrey. Bllfflllll lfjfff UNew news makes for good
news" confirm Poilzfei' feature editor, Betty -Io Hedrick
and feature staff: Nlazie Strickland. Betty Sue
trane, and lilo" liiinsey. Carolyn Andrews was absent
when picture was taken. Harrow riifln: Ads a
:none ' supply and 'Xlax Qho-if' Shirley Gallimore Suzanne
y . 1 . . . 5 . . 1 - , .
Slate, and Robert Ladehofi sean newspapers for o
Another spoke in the wheel of' activities that
revolves daily around life at High Point lligh
is an old and well established institutionf'l'l1z'
IJ0fllIt'I' -s the school newspaper,
Although actual production got ofli to a late
start, at first about two weeks were spent in
classroom study during which Miss Muriel
Bulwinlcle, l'ni11f1'1' adviser. carefully placed be-
fore a comparatively 'lgreenn crew the fiunda-
mentals ofi journalism. Meanwhile, an enter-
prising business staff was busily scouting the
town for ads to help finance the publication.
The all-important position of' editor-in-chief'
was assigned to an experienced iunior. Xlarilyn
Robinette. Aided and abbetted by Paul Hardin,
managing editor, and .ludson Ruth, associate
Page 101 text:
Grady .-Xnderson and Charles SHIIIUOIIS lean against ye olde Hngpole relaxing in the thought that "n1ll's f-Qlil'iI1UPPUI'fLlI1ifj'H
while lxermeth lngr.1m. Robert lirmyles and Ralph I llden, elezm the selmol grounds,
Rey ffltllmlmersjirxl mir. iff! fo rlqllf: Bobby YUIIHYS, Kenneth lIlgf'2llIl, jimmy Hurtlisrm. joe .'x1lI'UI1,2lIld Dick IDZIYCHPUTI.
Srmrm' mir: lfjfl to right, Paul l'1fiL'dII1LlIL 'lllki UIQIIUIHPSUIL Heywuml Ulxshburn. .X1llX rlqhllflllllll. Don Martin. Ray llny-
worth, .mul Grady :Xmierson. 'lkllirtf role, XftIll1flllQ, fzjff In l'f4Lf1lf.' -Iulm Hull, Bobby joe Hickey, .Ind Ruth, jerry Hester.
Ralph VIQHJCII, and Robert Bmyles.
Page 103 text:
editor, the three were constantly searching for
new ideas, that is, between issues. Daily, during
sixth period, Flbny Flcachey and Frank Slaydon,
sports editors, generally could be found en route
to the coach's office gathering material. Chief
'fnosc for news hounds" were Don Thurber
and jackie Meekins, news editors. Betty jo
Hedrick, feature editor, ,lo Kimsey, Betty Sue
Coletrane, Mazie Strickland, and Carolyn An-
drews duly claim greatest part of the eredit for
the feature section. Chief headliner Paul Fried-
man completed the staff which wrote the paper.
On the business staff, ehiefhustler was Gladys
Linthicum, assisted by staff members Shirley
Clallimore, Max Shoaf, Robert Ladehoff, Hubert
McCain, Suzanne Slate, Margaret Little, and
led by Mrs.W'alden, business adviser. Kathe-
rine Hester served as circulation manager.
Gladys Linthicum. business manager, gives a last minute
check-up of her pride and ioy, the advertisements. before
the presses begin to roll.
Botmm rigllr: "A hint to the wise is suHicient,'--the
Pointrr associate editor. jud Ruth. managing editor. Paul
Harding associate managing editor, Paul Friedman: and
Xlrs. .Xluriel Bulwmkle. adviser, investigate an issue of
the Pflirltfr to profit by past mistakes.
Ybp Itjff: lt's l'oil1n'r time as sports editors lfrank Slay'
don and Nlimy Teachey pour over a copy fresh off the
press. Harrow ffffiff Probing the l'oir1tf'r. news editors
jackie .Xleekins and Donald lhurber "look the situation
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