Harlem High School - Meteor Yearbook (Machesney Park, IL)

 - Class of 1965

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Harlem High School - Meteor Yearbook (Machesney Park, IL) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 101 of 238
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f°°- ofcn «•"»««• T%: % Lr • three da vs!” with these words spoken by -n.cn let s practice. We have five numbers to «rn '" launched for the Madrigals M: Vivienne Peterson. agnate., -men as •« Minob-Iow. Kiwanis Convent.on pe£rman£ for women s Cubs, church groups, and other niaation. These performances were given in the traditional costume of the Madrigals, coveted red dresses and smart tweed jackets, which added color and grandeur. Next on the agenda came long, tedious hours of rehearsal for the Traditional Family Christmas Concert; the Madrigals added a serious note to the concert with their Iullabyc around the manger, which was warmly accepted by the audience. However, no sooner had they packed away their sleigh bells, than every spare moment ™,T"1 t "T ' f0tK,hC En“mblc Conte'- a,c Choir Conics,s, and the operetta performances which would not be complete without the Harlem Madrigals. 1 The donning of spring dresses marked the finale of a full year the tim . . h .u w . • , ■” SOng Bu'- M s°°" graduation ending an experience never to be 7orgZ«". m S' ,he 97

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 Tttff CotvW't' $C 0- I ' How docs it feel to be a governor? How much responsibility is involved in the operation of a government? The answers to these and many other questions were discovered by the young adults who attended Illinois Girls' State and Premier Boys' State. Last summer hundreds of ambitious girls and boys spent an action packed week at these citizenship training programs sponsored annually by the American Legion. Girls’ State is held annually at Mac Murray College in Jacksonville, and Boys' State is held at Fairgrounds in Springfield. Here the citizens of tomorrow learned the governmental processes and saw them in action. They elected officials and established city, county and state units of government. Courts were set up, lawyers chosen, and school was attended by the junior citizens as the week progressed. An active program of sports rb bon beat- and recreation provided a stimulating change of routine, and the opportunity to make new friends. To attend Girls' State and Boys' State is an honor and a privilege and 'only those applicants best qualified arc accepted. This one week of citizenship training is definitely a worthwhile experience and an opportunity to become better acquainted with the processes of our government. Ambitious Harlem High School girls interested in a nursing career were provided with a vivid and exciting picture of this profession through participation and study of each aspect of nursing. Highlighting an activity filled year were tours to local hospitals and nursing homes, informative lectures on nursing schools, demonstrations of fundamental nursing procedures, and illustrative movies on first aid. As the year progressed, activities were carefully planned by the sponsor of F.N.A., Mrs. Mar)’ Miller. Monthly programs were scheduled to maintain a high interest in the program and keep each meeting new and different. Elected officers of the club were Pat Jackson, President; Betty Ris, Vice-president; and Sandy Jcp-son, Secretary. F.N.A. helped the girls become better equipped to meet the challenge of their chosen profession and live up to the high standards of nursing 96 j



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FIRST ROW: 1. Iownscnd. J. Borrett, J. Richards, B. Ri . L. Hcycr. C. Cowgill, L. Knipprath, "Ma" Peterson. SECOND ROW: D. Sandberg, j Morgan. K. Baldwin. D. Plapp. P. Hartman. M Fowler. D. Denton. H. Challberg. THIRD ROW: V. Sundly, S. Hunt. V. Kraft. R. Getter. E. Manring. 1 Mullin. D Ancona FOURTH ROW: L. Dull. B. Drake. J. Wilson. R. Nybcrg. G. Dyer. I.AST ROW: D. Wood. K. Krestsingcr. J. Joern. Ma" Peterson. Diane Board. Vice-President; Jan Morgan. Treasurer; John Joern. President; Cindy Sutton. Secretary. s4 gafrfreM "There’s a Little Wheel a-Turnin'”—"Res' My Shoes”—"I Wish I Wuz"—"He Look Me Over!”—"I see God”—"The Autumn Leaves”—strains of these mclodi drifted down the stairs from room 56 those first days of school. The o members tingled with memories of the past year and were excited with the thoug of a new one. New members struggled with their inexperience while others delight) at the thought of finally "making A Cappclla!" Then with the first appearance for Music Boosters Club and for the Veterans’ D Assembly successfully completed, things began to settle down into a routine hur drum. Soon choir president, John Joern, found it necessary to sound his dai "Let’s have it quiet!” a little firmer and a little louder. Although sometimes annoyc choir members were later thankful that they had been reminded to settle down, f the results of their hard work payed off at the Twelfth Annual Traditional Fam Christmas Concert. The memories of a holly-wreathed gym echoing the music 54 voices—blending of carols around a manger—the full chords of the "Hallcluj 98

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