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Page 77 text:
Lgff: News writrrs, Nancy lfarle, Bob Neill, -lean Stainey, and Goldston Harris, get material togetlier on a new "scoop.
Riglzlx Business stall IIlt'1HlJC'l'S,xIO21I1 Crowder. Carol Boch, Ralph Brown, and Gladys llillllllflllll. rount 1,111-l1fA'I'.l foi
Bill Mcfluinn and Allen Conrad Served as
associate and managing' editors, respectively.
while other kiournalistic-minded persons headed
individual departinents. Important news ofthe
school, li-atures including' personalities. hoth
hoys and girls. sports and photographic shots
ol' interest all constituted the make-up ol the
Another phase ol' issuing this paper was the
husiness angle. Gladys Linthicum. husiness
manager. and Mrs. Vera lYalden, adviser.
led their stall' ol' hard workers into the Coni-
lnereial estalxlishinents ol' High Point to sell
ads, which along' with Subscriptions. linaneed
Ht-liort' entering' thc- 1,111-IIINI' ofhee Gladys Lintliieuin.
husinc-ss inanager. and Nlrs. Walden, adviser, pause
'lnfn Bill lNlCGuinn. associate editor, gives out with
hearty advice to fellow stall' inrinhc-rs. .lim Neely
sports editor. and Allen Conrad. headline writer
liuHnm.' The sports page Q:-ts a linal C'llL'i'l'ilIlE. as Nlari-
lyn Robim-tte, editor. and Ijoann XVl1itn-. lie-ature writer
check football numbers, Stall typists are Loina Garner
lay! and Ieanne Rigby. right.
Q -.. MW if
Page 76 text:
Lqfl: Mtliiilxc-rs of thc' Pomlwr' staff prvscnt an hilarious skit to start oil their subscription campaign. Mcmbers of the'
rasl arc, lfjfl In righl: Cstantlingl Arrli lWttMullan, Douglas Foster, Alan Bohlc-r, ,lim Nm-ly, Allan Conrad, Carolyn
.-Xntlrcws, Bill lX1cGuinn, Bill Cecil, Heywood XVashlJurn, Scotty Cook, lk-we-y Greer. Donalcl l"ostcr,lIon Barnt-s Con
floorl, and Nolan Bra-wer lon sofal. Riglzl: l"t'aturc- writers, Scotty Cook, Carolyn .Xnclrr-ws Lib hlartin, Bill tim-il,
anti Nfarty Burton put tht-ir wits togctlicr ov:-r a nvw ll-aturm' article:
Miss Young, ljnzbzlwr advist-r, and Marilyn Robin:-ttv,
vclitor, proofread hm-fore tht' copy got-S to thc printt-rs.
Jcoopera no4e ou! newa
Evcry thru' wot-ks a certain group of pt-ople
sighed. took a five minute' rcst. and started to
work again for tht' next three wccks. This
was thc Poinlzfr stall, who faithfully published
H.P.ll.S.'s own ncwspapvr. The Pofzzfw' was
undcr the guidance- of Miss Elcxanor Young,
aclvisc-r, and cclitccl hy Marilyn Rolmincttci
This pctitc cditor hsalnrcl ovc-r the"A11-
Ainericanv rating awardcd the 1947-48 Pnfnffr'
hy thc National Scholastic Press Association,
and worked Crass-lcssly to uphold the record
With thc clratllinc' approaching tht' lnvxnbc-rs of th: 1'uinIffr business stall get clown to work on acli and miikc-up. They
arc, Iqf! to r1'gl1!, ,fiftvl row: NVan:la Kindley, Gaynt-ll Inglc, Betty Bowin in, Nlartha Nt-al, Ann N'Vright, Nancy l'c11'1'y-
II12iI1,tJO2lI1 Crowdvr, and Carol Boch. Src'r1r1flr0:L'.' YValter Gibson, Ralph Brown, and Barbara Tillson.
Page 78 text:
the keynote to .4ucceJ.4
i4 efficient Aeruice
Key Club ofiheers discuss the coming convention,
Left lu right: Coldston llarris, secretary: Jim Neely,
vice-presidentg Max 'I'hurman, president: and lXIr.
Bert Ishee, adviser.
The High Point Key Club, under
: 1 Thurman, has successfully com-
: pleted its fourth year as an im-
ef portant organization in H.P.H.S.
the capable leadership ol' Max
Key Clubbers were to be found
every Thursday night at the Asia
Restaurant downing their favorite Chinese dish
and discussing' new ideas.
In order to Iulhll its primary Iunctionffthat
ol' a service organizationfthe Key Club has
completed many projects this year. Prob-
ably the most important of these was the pub-
lication of the Hzgh School IJz'm'!or,1t'. These
directories were delivered free of charge to the
homes ol' all high school students. Money from
this project and from the sale ol' Christmas
trees was used to pay for the annual Key Club
In Ifebruary local Key Clubbers headed
south to Charleston where they met with their
4'brothers" from other clubs at the Carolina
District Convention. At this time Bob Younts
made the Keynote address and Albert Hale
was elected Lt. Governor ofthe Carolina Dis-
trict. I.ater in the spring many members also
attended the International Convention ol' Key
Clubs in XVashington, D. C. Dewey Greer,
twice winner of the District Oratorical Con-
test, won first place in the International Iinals
and a trip to the Kiwanis Convention in At-
Key Clubbers are, fluff! In I'I'4HlIf,'fl1'.l'l rom: lNIax Wlard, Alim Neely, Wfheat Miller, Bill McGuinn, and Heywood
YVashburn. .Slfurzrl mm: Max 'l'llll1l'I1'131'1, Dewey Greer, Nolan Brewer, Bobby Baird, Bobby Yuunts, hir.
Ishee, faculty adviser, and Mr. R. Thurman, District Key Club director.
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