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JOANN WvOLTZ+SPI'0I1lI Semester Erlitor
GENE CASEY-First Semester Editor
'4To the printersli' So goes the battle cry of a frantic High Lights staff. From nine to four each
day, the fight against deadlines never ceases. g'Scoop', has his own bi-weekly clash over ads with
Carolyn Criswell. Betty Ann Cooke tears her hair over Upublicity-happyn clubs. Feature editors, Ann-
ette Crofton, Cynthia Pangia, and Sallie Creel, spend most of their time on bonded knee, begging for
FUNNY features! Phantom Stroller copy appears mysteriously under the door, and they breathe a
sigh of relief. 'iwhereis the photographer?U wail Carole Mann and Peggy Borman, Headlines are
Waterloo for Linda Williams. North-East-West-South, Tommy Morris and Pat Ussery comb the school
for news. Tears are shed and 508 is always good for happy VPD little heated arguments between staff
members. Still they wouldnvt trade jobs for the world. Their reward comes in the creation of a new
and better publication with each edition. To the Hnewspaper-struckw the High Lights is a human or-
ganismian immortal, living record of the achievements of you, the students.
Our competent High Lights staff caught in a mad moment at pressAFirst row: Susan Knight, Betty Ann Cooke,
Carolyn Criswell, Linda Williams, Annette Crofton, Sallie Creel, Joan Woltz, Gene Casey, Cynthia Pangia, Mr,
Fred Renninger, printer. Second row: Lynn Carpenter, Lenny Kacher, Pat Ussery, Laura Walker, Barbara Hamlet,
Worth Crow, Mrs. Chris Steers. sponsor, Nita Prieto, Carole Mann, Anna Rordam, Tommy Morris, Gail Parsons,
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4'Zees office ez private??,' If you trace the shouts which echo through our halls down to 508, you
will find Jan, our harassed editor, and faculty advisor Steers, muttering some whim about meeting
a deadline. Soph editors, Marian Garty and Ginger Nadell, still don't know the alphabet. Carol
Harding edits our Nsecretn superlatives, while Gail Arner pushes promotion. c'Not another club!"
wails Beth McDonald. Ann Jensen copes with senior biographies. "Juniors are all horrible green-eyed
monsters!" wail LuAnn Jones and Leeanne Kramer. lndustrious Almalee manages school life,
while Gene Casey, Kirk Callahan, and Barbara Hamlet handle sports. Responsible for the dreams
of the staff becoming reality are ad managers, Dianne Saunders and John Gentry.
These are but a few of the people behind the yearbook. They have all fussed, fumed, and frantically
worked to bring you an unforgettable book. Here it is--as you have lived it-Cavaleon 1956.
Calm moments like these were few and far between. Mrs. Chris Steers, sponsor, advises Editor Jan and staff:
Nancy Slack, Joann Woltz, Gail Parsons, Ginger Nadell, Almalee Cartee, Beth McDonald, John Gentry, Leeanne
Kramer, Susan Knight, Louann Jones, Dianne Saunders, Ann Jensen, Carol Harding, Kirk Callahan, Gene Casey,
Lynn Carpenter, Barbara Hamlet, Betty Ann Cooke, Gail ATKIN-
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Discussing make-up for the next
issue are HIGH LIGHTS editors-
in-chief, Joann Woltz and Gene
Casey. These are the guiding
hands that prod the paper into
shape. They are responsible for
all which is printed and must see
that all page editors meet the dead-
. 'WZ 1,
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STUDENT HANDBOOK chair-
man, Janet Smith fcenterJ, is
rushed with last minute copy from
her committee: Gayle Barratt,
Bruce Dellflartino, Ricky Hart,
Sue Leiser, Faculty Advisor Mr.
Jim Corcoran, Peter Linkroum,
and Doug Jones. The handbook
is published bi-annually by stu-
dent council as a free service to
an ,. Y:-Mt. ,Hamm I
Hi-Y members: David Hall,
George Rowe, Charles Eikenberry,
Lynn Grantham, Gordon Mc-
Comb, Roy Rohe, and Dennis
Swigert force the sale of their
STUDENT DIRECTORY on Sar-
ah Dunn and Barbara Williams.
The directory is an annual project
of this Hi-Y chapter. Funds are
used to support the club in its
service to the school.
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