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LAYOUT EDITORS: Jill and Nancy
COPY EDITOR: Gail and Rcjyjic
BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING STAFF: Boh. Steve. Stan and Joyce
PHOTOGRAPHER: Rick ARTIST: Mary Jo
SPORTS EDITORS: Jay, Geor je. Bob
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Shortly after Harlem's doors opened last September, a crew- of seniors and juniors began to assemble faithfully every day in Mr. Mann's room to commence work on this year's edition of the Meteor. Staff members had the responsibility of choosing a format, theme, and cover for the new collcgiatc-sizc annual; therefore, making the first few meetings important ones.
On Tuesday nights the entire crew met to finish up the week's work and hash over new ideas, while ever)’ seventh hour a handful of students congregated to labor on behalf of the Meteor.
After a two-week trial period, Mr. Mann was in a position to choose his right-hand "men”, the editors. As overseer (Editor-in-Chief) he singled out "Bill Throncburg,” known to most of us as Bill Thurmond. Designated as co-editors to work with him were Terr)' Shallcross, Sandy Townsend, and Al Markunas. Under the. enthusiastic command of these leaders, the real work of putting out this Meteor was quickly tackled. It appeared at times as though our editors had bitten off more work for us than we could chew; but as each deadline arrived, each person dug in with more vigor until the quota of material was finished and shipped off to the publisher.
The sound of Stan Turney yelling at the ad staff with the familiar, "All right, how many ads did you sell over the week-end?” and the heart-wrenching sight of Al berating innocent junior girls were common occurrences at the Meteor conclaves.
Although, as we were often reminded, the emphasis was supposed to be on work, there was always time for horseplay and laughter. As the final shipment of write-ups, pictures, and memories was sent off to the publisher, the staff could look with pride at our finished product, the 1965 METEOR.
TOP ROW: Jay Peterson. George Bachr. Bob Hinsaw. SECOND ROW: Rick Carter. Diane Sterling. Joan Markunas. Conncy Cowgill. THIRD ROW: Jim Kasper. Paul Blank, Marcia Brauer. Jan Morgan. FOURTH ROW: John ‘Jocrn, Mary Jo Butitta, Sandy Townsend. Regina Wright. Steve Homewood. FIFTH ROW: Rick Huffman. Joyce DeBrulcr. Steve Evans, Janet Schrader. Mike Brown. SIXTH ROW: Nancy Apgar. Bill Thurmond, Kathy Burkett, Gail Ryan. LAST ROW: Jill Young, Stan Turney. Terry Shallcross, Gale Linstcad. MISSING: Jane Young, Sally Stonewall. Steve Tomaschcrsky, Al Markunas.
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I.nFT to RIGHT: Kris Ryan. Jean Bockc, Connie Smith, Janet Savalla, and Diana Higgins.
The 1964-65 athletic season opened as the pert cheerleaders led the spirited student body at the first pep assembly of the year.
Remember your first impression of the shocking orange slacks the cheerleaders were wearing?..............the blaring sound of the band in its entirety
.and the presence of an enthusiastic spirit of desire to win. All of
these and many more made up a year of wonderful excitement for the student body and cheerleaders as the football season slid by and the basketball season appeared on the scene.
Basketball season opened with the new idea of the pep jug . . . new coaches ... the new Huskie mascot . . . new cheers, chants, and yells, one of which was "Hello Huskies.”
All of these new things plus the helpful guidance of Mrs. Lundgrcn during many hours of learning, practicing, and perfecting cheers helped the cheerleaders to better fulfill their duty to the team and the school throughout the year. It was clearly evident that this honor, enthusiasm and poise.
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