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Page 121 text:
COMPOSES, COPYREADS. CIRCULATES “Here’s an error that should be changed” says De-De Whitmore, copy editor, to her staff. Front row: De-De Whitmore, and Linda Dittman. Back row: Mary Jennings, Lynn Kruse, and C y n d y Johnson. The page editors and pic¬ ture editor play a vital part in producing a suc¬ cessful high school news¬ paper. Front row are Crim¬ son Crier page editors: Sherry Anderson, Diane Duytschaever, and Kathy Schorpp. Back row is Fredi Barkan, picture editor. e Keeping the books straight and distributing the fruits of their labor are the jobs of the Crim¬ son Crier business man¬ ager and circulation staff, Linda Hildebrand, Ste¬ wart Leman, Dick Ran- son, Connie Dockterman, Gary Bibby, and Nancy Bolte. 117
Page 120 text:
A CAPABLE CRIMSON CRIER STAFF ‘‘Newspaper business is our business, our only business” Mr. Nicholas Peschang, advisor, appears to be telling the Fall Crimson Crier staff. Seated: Dick Ranson, Stewart Leman, and Mr. Peschang. Standing: Gary Bibby, Lynn Kruse, Sherry Anderson, Diane Duytschaever, De-De Whitmore, Kathy Schorpp, Linda Hildebrand, Sallie Knanishu, Cyndy Johnson, Pam Peterson. Nancy Bolte, Connie Dockterman, Linda Dittman, Mary Jennings, and Fredi Barkan. Co-Editors Pam Peterson and Sallie Knanishu look over exchange papers for story possibilities for future issues of the Crimson Crier. 116
Page 122 text:
Behind every successful newspaper is an efficient business staff. Here, the second semester business staff of the Crimson Crier is shown before facing out to solicit ads. Kneelinir: Nancy Pearson, Bonnie Beasley, Phyllis Buser, Sharon Baker, Jan Huddleston, and Patti Hill. Seated: A1 Block and Nancy Bauersfeld. Standin r: Jim Seefeldt, Connie Henke, Dave Anderson, Judy Shetler, Joe Scheurman, Mary Karaway, and Gary Ford. CRIMSON CRIER KEEPS The second semester editorial staff of the Crimson Crier is shown at their first planning session, ready to tackle the rough job of put¬ ting a newspaper to¬ gether. Kneeling: Judy Pouder, Sandy Gal¬ lagher, Rosalee Heaton, Merrill Harris, Lor¬ raine Riddell, and Barb Boetje. Seated: Bill Telleen and Steve Wil¬ son. Standing: Pat Mordhorst, Pat Collins, Bob Connell, Susie Har¬ ris, Tom Schelstrate, Pat Miller, Jane Car- neghi, Sandy Zare, and Ann Morrison. 118
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