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Page 9 text:
The annual staff met during the sixth period on Thurs-
days in the art room and occasionally after school.
Those attending most frequently were: Romayne Tilson,
Della Evans, Florobel Fullenwider, Marjorie Schumacher,
Margaret Rogers, Nancy Willits and Barbara Lincoln. Others
contributing were: Gordon Hogan, Junior Page, Florence
Cassillas, Howard Sullivant, Lorraine De Gasser, Francis
Ganahl, Marilyn Schumacher, Stanley Farmer, John Arm-
bruster, Jake Hull, Eleanor Janson and Alice Carter.
The period was spent looking over samples, planning
the style of the book and receiving assignments made by the
BROADCAST STAFF A y
I Once a month the Broadcast, with its original cover
drawings, its international articles, its editorials, book reports,
personals, class news, and interviews, is issued to the entire
student body by the Journalism staff under the guidance of
John Guirbino, editor, and Mrs. Sage, our sponsor.
Page 8 text:
WITH THE SUPERINTENDENT
h Student Bodies of the Corona Junior High School are
especially to be congratulated on the fine spirit and customs
established since the reorganization into a regular three year
junior high school. The advantages derived have more than
justified the change as authorized by the Board of Trustees.
You, as students, and the members of the Board of Trustees
are "looking ahead" to the best interest of those at Corona
Junior High School now, and for the hundreds of students who
will be citizens of this school in years to come.
Frank E. Bishop
AND THE SCHOOL BOARD
Your Board of Education is looking toward the future
with plans for improved teaching facilities, including eqlllp-
ment, grounds and buildings With the policy in mind, always,
of conducting the Corona Schools for the benefit of you
The extent to which We can proceed with these improve-
ments depends very largely upon the funds available at the
present time and the ability of our community to carry the
financial responsibility in years to come.
Signed: R. M. C. Fullenwider
May 4, 1939
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