I had Journalism as a Junior and Senior. I worked as the Advertising guy for the paper and the year book both years. I remember the screw up with all of the pictures, mine being one of them. We had an original delivery date of late January or early February for the main body of the yearbook, pictures included, with a few later deadlines for updates of the remainder of the year that amounted to a couple of pages here and there to document spring sporting events, plays and concerts, or other significant events. Without warning the contractor required a delivery before Christmas and I remember Nancy being furious. The school did what they could to delay the requirement but it ended up that the company set the pictures they had and quite a few kids ended up omitted.