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Crier Offers Writers Newspaper Experience For Future Journalists HEADING THE VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS of the paper are Julie Hollings worth, sports editor; Paula Billings, fourth page editor; Georgia Booras, first page editor; and Sue McDonald, third page editor. Standing is the picture editor, Margo Friedman. I MANAGFN(; THE BUSINESS AND CIRCULATION of the fir»l THE EINAL WORK on ihf paper U done by the copy editor Sheila semester Crimson Crier are Steven Shean, business manaicer Curtis and head proofreader Debbie McKellip. and Debbie Valentine, Circulation Manager. CRIMSON CRIER 177
Page 180 text:
PAUSING FROM THEIR MANY DUTIES, Crimson Crier staff takes a m »ment to clown for our cameras. They are First Row: Bill Perry, Myra Karish. Margo Friedman, Carol Loy. Debbie McKellip, Linnea Johnson, and Sheri Lundeen. Second Row: Brian Kempf, Nancy Hoerger, Sue McDonald, Debbie Valentine, Eva Hannon. .Annick Trop, and Maxine Nathanson. Third Row: Steven Shean, Paula Billings, and Sheila Curtis. Fourth Row: Julie Hollingsworth. Georgia B(M)ras. Katie Hardy, and Diane McGinnis. Crimson Crier Provides Bi-Weekly Information The Crimson Crier is the bi-weekly newspaper produced by the Journalism B students of Rocky under Mr. Nicholas Peschang. The Crimson Crier, this year, had a brand new look. The customary flag was crimson with “ears” on either side. The paper had six columns instead of five, and measures four inches longer than previous issues. The paper used for printing was of a quality slightly better than textbook paper. A new press added the crowning glory to the paper. A staff of Journal¬ ism B students, made up of seniors, put out the fail Crier. Before a student is allowed on the Crier staff, he must take a semester of newspaper training called Journalism A. In this course, all journalistic mechanics are studied and put into practice. The students learn the various methods of writing interesting and informative leads. Different kinds of newspaper styles of writing are studied. The students collect various articles, and actual¬ ly write stories in practice, such as features and edito¬ rials. They learn which leads are good for newspaper writing and which are not. These future newspaper writers prepare through use of lectures, textbook and corresponding workbook, and actual writing for their Crimson Crier semester. 176 CRIMSON CRIER
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PREPARING THE CHI fS()ISI CRIER for Spring produclion are the staff members. Seated: Johanna Carlson, Gail Brown, Dave Andich, Marlene Boles, Carol Turner, and Arlene Owen. Standing, First roie: Juanita Guymon, Richard Bacon, Karen Durkee, Jerry Rankin, Dan Deardoff, Vicki Long. Connie Miller, Mike Madden, and Bob W(M)d. Last row: Carol Richards, Gary Holtman, Susan Metternick, Dave Jackson, Cindy Bahnks, Boh Beyerline, Dave Morris, and Steve Thomason. 2nd Semester Staff Learns Tricks of Journalism LE. DING THE STAFE to a successful string of spring issues are its co-editors Dave An iich and Marlene Boles. 178 2ND SEMESTER STAFF
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