Westwood High School - Chipmunk Yearbook (Westwood, CA)

 - Class of 1919

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Page 8 text:

Dedicated to the Loyal f riends of the WeSlwood High School W hose earnest endeavor and untiring efforts have made this, the first issue of “ I he Chipmunk,” possible SCHOOL BOARD Mr. FLETCHER L. WALKER. Prodent Mr CHESTER E PRIEST. Clerk Mr RUEL F. PRAY

Page 7 text:

THE “CHIPMUNK” Published by the Stud ent Body of the Westwood High School Nineteen Hundred Nineteen “CHIPMUNK" STAFF Editor in chief Elliott Cassidy Associated Editor......................Ramona Woodward Literary Editor Social Editor Art Editor Athletic Editor Joke Editor Elizabeth McIntosh Audrey Staten ....Jens Jacobson Enock Israelson William Rutledge Business Manager Fletcher Walker, Jr.



Page 9 text:

Editi HE “CHIPMUNK’- has at last come to press. Sev- eral attempts in the earlier part of the term were made to agitate the question of a high school paper hut, either through lack of interest or too much business elsewhere, the idea was abandoned almost as soon as introduced. Any thought of a high school annual did not occur during the first semester, as many things occurred which kept the students close to studies. During the first month or so of the term, finishing touches were being put on the new building and the noise and con- fusion of things made it bad enough for pupils to attend to their duties without attempting a larger field of work. Then, just as school had begun to follow a reg- ular routine and to settle down to bisines?, the “flu” epidemic broke out and school was closed for a lengthy period of time When high school again started con- fusion reigned again and lost time had to be made up in order that required subjects might be completed. Again no mention of an annual was made and until three months before commencement work was carried on much as before. Then a suggestion was made in “Par- ii amen try Drill” that we have a high school paper and steps were so partaken that a staff was elected. For several weeks little or no work was done, owing to rushed conditions among the members of the staff. Then the question was again taken up in Parliamentary Drill and it was proposed that we turn the paper into an annual. Work began in earnest then, when it was found that we only had a week or two in which to get our book to press. But everyone willingly responded and in a few days all cuts were ready and twelve days later other material was sent to press. What we can do has been shown in the past few 5 Drial weeks, but what we intend to do is to start at once next year and have a much better annual to put before you. And if present school loyalty continues next year's annual will be a record breaker. The editorial staff wishes to thank all the students for their aid to the "Chipmunk” during the past few weeks. Owing to the scarcity of time it has only been by the untiring efforts of everybody that we are able to have an annual at all this year. The paper may not be all that could be desired and many errors have been made on the part of the editor from the lack of experi- ence. but. were we to have another chance, without doubt we could do better. From all indications we will have an annual next year and we are open for pointers from everyone. If there are any criticism to be made let them be made next year for the betterment of our paper; or it may be possible that the critics themselves will get a chance to show what they can do—if so. so much the better. To Mr. Walker, the school gives its hearty thanks for it was he that made possible the annual. Our first plans for the paper were very crude and unfinished and we had little hopes of support from anyone save the school body itself. However, when the editor had a talk with him he gave such encouragement and support that if the annual amounts to anything it will be through Mr. Walker’s help. He gave us much good advice and through him we secured the services of Mr. Pratt to whom we owe the fine work on the plates and art pages. Everything that could possibly be done to get the paper out on time has been done by the above men and other members of the office force. To all these we wish to say that if next year we have a better, bigger

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