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Page 75 text:
ArThur and BeTTy Lou Dreyer. Many Thanks To The
G. A. represenTaTives who collecTed The money
Trom The hornerooms and Turned iT over To Nancy
Paul Roman and PeTe Schindler were The chieT
"look aT The birdie and say cheese" men. The
phoTography sTaTT, including Paul BrodTkorb and
A. J. STone, Took many oT The aThleTic pics and
inTormal shoTs oT liTe aT school.
The envy of The resT OT The wriTers was The sporTs
sTaTT. WiTh so many championship Teams Trom This
year and lasT, They had maTerial Tor many headline
wriTeups. Roy STern and Johnny GoldsmiTh col-
lecTed The scores and inTormaTion wiTh The help oT
The coaches and wroTe The arTicles abouT our
The arT sTaTT Turned in a commendable array oT
picTures. This year, There were many phases oT The
Theme which Paul Field and Barbara Rock illusTraTed.
AnoTher oT The diTTiculT buT necessary Tasks was
The Typing. This was done by RuTh Williams, Ellen
Turner, Frances Williams, Gloria Fraioli, Carol
Hirschman, Mary Macri, Ann TommasseTTi, Adeline
Macri, Mary Jane Gilman, and Mr. Allen's sevenTh
period Typing class.
word Tor able?"
"Who's This person?"
"Buy a BoosTer Tor
Mahiscan?" "How do
kindly answered, and many more, were necessary
To Tinish your yearbook, The Mahiscan sTaTT is very
proud oT This year's book and hopes you will enjoy
looking Through iT as much as They enioyed com-
Helping To meeT The budgeT, The adverTising sTaTT
spenT many aTTernoons soliciTing ads. Marian TreTz-
ger, BeTTy Jane WaTT, and Kay Sparrell made up
This sTaTT. These girls have done commendable work
on a job ThaT calls Tor business sense, TacT, and
ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF
YOU spell KWBZlf'TSlSS'l- Siitlirm: luzmm Nl liuire, Paul Roman. Pill!! llmrltknrlm Yu y R
ky?" All These ques-
Tions, which were so
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Lasl Seplrember, Jrhe Mahiscan slall held irs
firsf meefing lo organize and allocare dulies 'ro per-
sons who were inreresred in cerrain phases of 'rhe
The nexr several meerings consisred largely of
lecrures on The graphic-arls in general and Their ap-
plicarion +0 yearbook consrrucrion in parricular. A
producrion schedule was rhen ser up afrer which
rhings moved on apace and wirhour undue hurry
unlil 'rhe las'r few weeks before going ro press-
which were prerry hecric 'for all members of 'rhe
Mr. Keebler, The faculfy adviser, was fhe experi-
enced hand who guided rhe yearbook Jrhrough rhe
proper channels while Miss Riordan arranged all
schedules for formal phorographs. The edi+or-in-
arion by Sally Monson, and Peler Mosher worlced
as associale edirors. The arricles for The Mahiscan
were wrirren by a capable edirorial slaff composed
of Sally Pearse, Nancy Gulimann, Noreen Flynn,
Cynrhia Carll, Lorerra Gaillardef, Anira Perrucci,
Vivian Meclces, Barbara Rock, Phyllis Holchlciss, Par
Maguire, Sigrid Nordwall, Dale Dacier, Miclcey
Feferson, Nancy Reese, Phyllis Dixon, Allan Thomp-
son, Sreve Toiron, and Bob Kiely.
Janer Reinharf, business manager and Janer
Bowser her assislanf ser and iuggled The budgel
for This year. Such worlc requires more fhan a simple
knowledge of Algebra, so Mrs. Linden supervised
sc r i p Jr i o n
d r i v e w a s
chief who made l'he wheels go round was Carol handled by
She ard. Ann Numrich, re laced alrer her radu- Nanc Mac B U SIN E S S S T A F F
F7 P Q Y
E D I T O R I A L S T A F F .S'ittr'uff: Nancy MacArthur. ,lauet Reinlmrt,
lk-tty 'lane YVntt.
,S'hnri1'i11g1: lim-tty Lou Ilreycr, Janet Bowser,
Kziy Spnrrcll, Marian 'l'rc-fzucr,
Sitting: Roy Stern. Pete hfnshcr, kizarnl Shcmrrl, Annu Numri l. ,lulm liolilsnlith,
Standing: Micky Ifeturwn, Sully Uousmx. Pat RTZKHIHTQ. Phyllis Dixon, Noreen Flynn.
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.glifflillyl Roy Stern, lloh Kicly, Tenn Roberts, Ilan- llrcxler, fyenevim-ve Mm'Kennn.
,SflHll1HlglZ Ed W right, ,Terry NIST, lion Schiller, l':n 'lummziscttn Phyllis Dixon, Paul Field, Paul Hroiltkorh.
When Records are disTribuTed each Monday and
are duly read and criTicized by one and all, how
many sTudenTs really appreciaTe The work involved
in geTTing ouT iusT one issue? Behind The scenes oT
The Record may be Tound a busy and busTIing or-
The business sTaTT, wiTh able Jean OrTon aT iTs
head, has The imporTanT job oT conTrolling The
purse sTrings. UnTil These are loosened no picTures
can appear nor can exTra pages be added as some-
The main body OT This sTaTT is subdivided inTo
small eTTicienT working parTs, one oT The mosT imf
porTanT oT which is The adverTising sTaTT, whose
high pressure salesman, Beverly Brawley, is in
charge oT geTTing ads. IT you see her scurrying in
and ouT oT sTores on Palmer and LarchrnonT Ave-
nues, she is noT iusT on a shopping expe-diTion, buT is
Trying To geT an exTra ad To swell The Record's
coTTers. AddiTional cogs in The all imporTanT wheel
are LoreTTa 6aillardeT, secreTary-Treasurer, and
Nancy Neal's circulaTion sTaTT, which has The Tedious
job oT Tolding and disTribuTing The papers.
The ediTorial sTaTT is responsible Tor all maTerial
Tound in prinT, excepT ads. Capable Jean RoberTs
wields a mighTy pen. AT all school TuncTions she
may be seen wiTh eyes glued on The specTacle, ears
cocked, and pen poised Tor acTion, also, everyone
looks Torward To her Tiery ediTorial which appears
each week. NOT only is she Tamous Tor her ediTorial
sallies, buT she keeps a waTchTul eye over all The
work ThaT goes inTo The Record.
Bob Kiely holds down The demanding job oT news
ediTor, spending his Time looking Tor scoops. l-le
also keeps his news hounds busy, by giving Them
inTeresTing assignmenTs and sending Them in quesT
Genny McKenna records all small Talk aT The
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