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Vol. XVJT Mo. 29
Every notable university, college or high school publishes, a yearbook at the
end of each school year. Many centers, as they are growing in size and distinction,
are producing some type of yearbook, even if only mimeographed.
This year, in fact, within the next month, T would like our center to be
represented by a yearbook. What T have in mind is a summation of the year's events,
remembrances, innovations, student information, and drawings, typed on multi-graph
paper and bound by an attractive paper cover. A yearbook similar to ones that we are
familiar with from regional high schools would be nicer looking, but insufficient
funds and limited time have steered us to the project we are about to undertake.
Today at 12:20 a meeting will be held in the Collegian office for all staff
members and all others who have ideas and want to aid us in assembling our yearbook.
Cooperation is needed - for typing and writing. This will be your yearbook, so take
the chance to help make it a memorable one.
Attached to today's Collegian is a form which all sophomores and transfer
students are asked to fill out. Write-ups on all students who are leaving the center
will be the main concern of our yearbook and this information will aid us tremendously
After filling out the forms, give them either to one of the staff members or put the
form in the Collegian box or office.
"Any mail?" "Bh boy, my letter from the Center. That was quick. T just sent
for this information last week." The contents of this letter could possibly be
traced back to Sylvia, Betty, or Ruthie who dug out the information, typed and
addressed the letter, and put it into the mail. Before continuing, we should mention
that these three girls are our lovoly secretaries, Sylvia Williams of Milnesville,
Betty Spock of Freeland, and Ruthie Donar of Nuramburg,
Sylvia, who is stationed in the main office, is the capable secretary to Mr.
Kostos, Mr, Peightal, and indirectly to all the faculty for whom many secondary
things are done. All students wishing information about enrolling at our Center
first contact Sylvia, who may interview them herself or refer them to the Dean of
Admissions. She deals with all veterans concerning course changes, attendance,
payments, and receives all applications. Besides being in charge of administrative
dictation, Sylvia also has access to all general files, sends out and receives all
mail, and keeps a check on all office supplies. Sylvia can always be seen tapping
on her typewriter, going through files, making up reports, and a hundred other things.
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