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Lookout Aim s fo r Third A ll A merican I lie Lookout en tered its second year of of fset p rin tin g witli great sttccess. With its second AllA ineiican rating, the Lookout again aim ed for tliis highest aw ard given by the National Scholastic Press Association. kail E ditor A1 Lesche broke an all female prece­ d en t by serving as the p a p e r’s first male editor. His successor, Nancy Cole, served as the spring edi­ tor. Mike Daly, copy editor, resigned his post early in Jan u a ry to re tu rn to W ashington as a U. S. Senate page. Mike continued to write feature stories of Senate life for the paper.

Several Lookout staff m em bers —Mike Daly, A1 Tesche, I’im B urns, W ayne Ciddio, and Mike Kil­ g o re —were accepted into Qitill and Scroll, a national journalism honorary society. T h ese ou tstan d in g l.ookout staffers along with yearbook ed ito r Cheryl Sowder com pose the new Quill and Scroll chapter, started this year.

Mr. Rod Young, sponsor, and A1 Tesche hang up the AllAmerican award the newspaper received last year. A1 Tesche h'irst Sem ester E d ito r

Nancy Cole S e c o n d Sem ester E d ito r

Mike Daly and Chris Matlack first and second semester copy editors check accuracy o f the paper.

First members o f Quill and Scroll, journalism honorary, are A1 Tesche, newspaper editor, Cheryl Sowder, year­ book editor, Mike Kilgore, photographer, Wayne Ciddio, sports writer, and Tim Burns, reporter. Not shown is Mike Daly, reporter.

Virginia Calvin and Mary Parkeir help the newspaper by writing many types o f interesting and amusing stories.

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook  

Los Alamos Public School 1966 Yearbook