Dorothy Pownall attended a conference of "Opportunities in Journalism", which encouraged young people to take journalist as a caree

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the Advisor Travels To Iowa City For Meeting "Journalism today offers greater opportunities to young people ever before," stated Bess j Greenley, advisor of the o f , KEGISTER staff after she had the conierence for high school journalists held at Iowa and | City last Saturday, In the fields of reporting. ad- vertismg, art, photography and of i newscasting, journalism offers money queen subdue to challenge to both boys and girls. The conference, sponsored by Sigma Delta Chi and Theta Sigma Phi, professional journalism fraternities, in cooperation 'with the University of* Iowa extension division, attracted approximately 100 students and their advisors from Iowa high schools. Xaines Requirements I George Mills. DES MOINES' REGISTER reporter and correS-1 for Tr /IE and LIFE mag- i , a21nes declared that there is no!, one formula lor newspaper - porting, but he named four re- quirements lor the successful re- porter "The lust requirement," ! said Mr Mills, ' is to know and , like people. Next, the reporter' i must have a close acquaintanceship with what's going on in world, he must know both national and loca] events.'' The third requirement is that the reporter must have a lot of ideas; he no kitchen to she I be alert to stories Finally, ac- of a luncheon in the Hotel Jefferson, 3 consider journal- of j j rim-in^ "-- ° I S TJ T up . c t word j by emphasized j the journalist now receives good pay and holds a spectable position in his com-' mumty. As preparation for such a iiim.ij.Ljr.. .ti.o fJi c^ai. cibiv/ii -LvyjL ou.v.i.1 *·* i A ^-" vocation, he stated that one 7 J * «· i _ · ! _ M : J - _ _ _ f 4.1TM « have an extensive knowledge of |English, speech, journalism, his-, I "Opportunities m Journalism" wa f th ^ theme of the conference , ast and ? thers who Participated in the wp»v-f' R Krnof* Hiiun***; /~M rt *-»-r. T -ilj-,-» -t«rV.r. worst the program were: R Bruce Hughes, editor of the DAILY IOWAN; George Yates, chief photographer foi the DES MOINES REGISTER. M. L. Nelson, news broadcast- ier for radio station WHO, Des Momes; Mrs. Dorothy Pownall, ,., _,. ^_ ,. ^^ T ._ ~ ' ^ --- -- - - -- » Momes; Mrs. Dorothy Pownall, society'editor of the Iowa City did ^ « , - · - - I Sahs, sen- j PRESS-CITIZEN, and the Is, editor of the Marengo and Jim Rollings producer. | j Lead Discussion News broadcaster Bob arrives ifer of WMT, Pat Patterson 1 Pfeif- every- ' Gene Claussen, news a i stations KCRG. Cedar Rapids, | KXIC. Iowa City, respectively, led the discussion, on radio- | journalism. the j City Editor Henry Still of {PRESS-CITIZEN, Charles Swan- play! son, university journalism der i sor, and George Mills had the offices of the PRESS-CITIZEN and the DAILY IOWAN completed the day's program. ion !

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  1. The Oelwein Daily Register,
  2. 01 May 1948, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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