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Striving to serve in every Way possible, the journalism department has
preserved as many of the major interests and events of Winfield High School
as has been possible through the official publications, The Lagondan, and the
high school newspaper, The Oracle.
An all-student publication, the Oracle, is a member of the National
Scholastic Press Association and the Quill and Scroll. The paper is offered
free of charge to students and faculty of the Winfield Public Schools.
The Lagondan reviews the 1943-44 school activities at a price everyone
can afford to pay and is included on the activity ticket.
Patricia McGuire is the Laqondan editor and Ioan Cramblett, business
manager. Others on the staff are loyce Kerr, Dorothy Merriam, Mary lane
Faust, Ieanne McAlister, Lucien Barbour, Betty Boyer, Elizabeth Evans, William
Hutton, Phyllis Wells, Herman Moll, Alice lean Burris, and Robert Hill.
The issuing of the Oracle among all five grade schools has resulted in the
inclusion of approximately 40 inches per issue of grade school copy in the
paper. Twenty-seven hundred copies of each issue were printed. Oracles
were sent to members of the Service Honor Roll of Winfield high school.
Members of the Oracle staff are Elizabeth Evans, editor-in-chief: Patricia
McGuire, Dorothy Merriam, associate editors: Lucien Barbour, sports editor:
Betty Boyer, typist: lack Honnold, business manager Cfirst semesterlp Ioan
Cramblett, business manager: Phyllis Wells, advertising manager: Ioyce
Kerr, Herman Moll, Rex Dulaney ffirst semesterl, advertising: Alice lean Burris,
Bob Hill, Mary lane Faust, Jeanne McAlister, Marjorie Lewis Cfirst semesterl,
William Hutton, reporters.
Second semester cub reporters are Doris Atkins, LaVerne Buffum, Dorothy
Cleghorn, Ruby Duncan, Betty Nash, and Maxine Taton.
Miss Thelma Bussard is the journalism teacher.
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Winning the football ticket sale put the Philos in the lead. Those selling
the most football tickets were Bob Light, Melva Ann Allison, Sarah Stuber,
Dorothy Stephenson, and Richard Wooddell.
lim McPeek, elected president of the Philo society, resigned his office be-
cause of outside work and turned his duties over to Vice-President Dorothy
Stephenson who finished out the year with Ioan Gardner as secretary.
Ioan Gardner and Iane Crawford won the girls' doubles in inter-society
The Philo play, "Ever Since Eve", a three-act comedy, under the direction
of Miss Helen Graham starred Ruth Moberly, Harold Carrell, and Rex Dulaney,
Others in the cast included Melva Ann Allison, Bryce Anderson, Dorothy
Stephenson, Ioan Gardner, Robert Raynes, Bob Light, Patti Reiter, and Elden
The annual Philo party under the direction of Dorothy Stephenson pro-
vided a good time for all society members and guests at the Philomathean.
Taking part in the entertainment were Patti Reiter, lim Craig, Maxine Robberts,
Elizabeth Evans, Bill Sunderland, Bill Dobson, and Elden Schroeder.
Outstanding Philo musicians were Rex Dulaney, Elizabeth Evans, Patti
Reiter, Patricia McGuire, Dorothy Stephenson, Lewis Jackson, and Maxine
Philo sponsors are Miss Grace Karr, Mrs. Homer Brown, Mrs. Frances
Mourning Hess, Leo Folck, and Miss Helen Baker.
The members of Philo society felt a great loss in the death of Miss Lulu
Blanche Hiatt, head sponsor. Miss Hiatt was a Philo during her high school
days and was head sponsor of the Philo society at the time of her death.
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