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Pennsycanac


Pennsycanac Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information

      



Pennsycanac

Robert Mann............................Editor-in-Chief
Eleanor Kalbaugh....................Social Editor
Inez Shoemaker......................Literary Editor
Clark Dicken..........................Athletic Editor
Virgil Ambrose..................Humorous Editor
Frances Botsford..............Exchange Editor
Charles Brooke................Business Manager
Margaret Troutman..............Senior Adviser

Faculty Advisers
Miss Catherine Perdue
Miss Gerardine Pritchard

Junior High
Mary Anna Sheakley..........Editor-in-Chief
Katherine Catlett..................Social Editor
Claude MacDonald..............Literary Editor
Gerald Groves....................Business Manager
Miss Bartlett......................Faculty Adviser
George Perdew........................Athletic Editor

The third volume of the Pennsycanac has been very successful in every respect. The first issue of volume three was published October 3rd and since that time, it has been published the first of every month. The Pennsycanac has a reading circulation of two hundred which is large,
taking into consideration the size of Penn Avenue Senior and Junior High School, and the time which the paper has been in existence. The Exchange Department has sent papers to all parts of the United States and has been commended by the larger schools of the state.

At the beginning of the year, both Junior and Senior High staffs made it their aim and duty in some way to better the paper and create interest within the student body. During the year the printers were changed and thereby the "Pennsycanac" was greatly improved.

The aims of the Pennsycanac are, to put before the student body the activities of the year; to create and foster an interest in creative writing and to represent the school.




ID:
acpa064

Page #:
64

Creator:
Pennsylvania Avenue High School, Cumberland, senior class.

Date:
1928

Collection Location:
South Cumberland Library

Original Size:
26 cms x 20 cms

Contributor:
Printer: J. P. Bell, Lynchburg, Va.

Subject:
School yearbooks; Cumberland (Md.)--Genealogy.

Coverage:
Cumberland, (Md.), 1928

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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