Webster defines style as a "way of putting thoughts into words."  Style also applies to an individual's uniqueness of expression.  Your style is simply and only your own particular way of communicating.  Naturally, we cannot influence your style by this handbook and we don't want to.   As you read this, you have probably already accepted the position as editor-publisher of your state or chapter's newsletter.  You may know your readers on a personal basis just as they may know you.  But even if not, don't worry about style.  Simply write it as you would speak it and tell it like it is.