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PART OF THE editorial staff of the CRIMSON CRIER take a breather between issues. They are Mr. Nicholas Peschang. the advisor. Becky Wagner. Pam Scott, Sandro Madden, Tom Noob, Pom Willet, Debbie Schroeder, Jim Prester. THE CRIMSON CRIER Publinh ! by thr mfinlwn of the ■«Kanre«l joumali»m rlaH», Senior lli|ch Schm l. Rock :o-i-:i)iT( R.s.iv(:HiKF . COPY KDITOR . 4ssista:%t.. !.!! first pack kditor . SKCOMI) PACE KIHTOR . SPORTS EDITOR .. ASSISTANT. FOl RTII PACE EDITOR .! i PICTI RE EDm)R . ASSISTANT. EXCHANCE EDITOR .’ ]. [ HEAD PRIMIFREADER . ASSISTANT. Dland. Illinois . .. . Barik elU, John Mordhontl .iJehbie Srhro«‘fler .. Berk Uaitner . AJ Miller .. Lee Nt ' iMkn .. Bruce Leman ...Bill Martin . refc l aniTMion .Tom Naab .. Jim Prcjiler .............. San l Madden ...Pam M diet .Pam Seolt BUSINESS M AN ACER ... ADVERTISINC MANACER ASSISTANTS. CIRCl LATION MAN ACER ASSISTANTS. ADVIS tR . . Sue Mile . i.hrin Paul ..Mar Lee Dean. Ibtnna Dobbn .Jill U idler Debbie Deerinff. Debbie Creim. Iind Li|i!»man ...Niebidan Penehanit The twenty-two members of the fall Crimson Crier staff began the semester facing a financial deficit left from the previous year which threatened to drastically reduce the number and size of issues. In what often seemed a futile effort to keep the Crier alive, the young journalists combined their hard work and ingenuity in an astonishing exhibition of determination. The group began their financial battle by agreeing to print on regular newsprint instead of the formerly- used book paper. Rates per inch on advertising were increased. Although both attempts were helpful to some extent, they were insufficient to provide the revenue necessary to continue publication. To alleviate the money burden a Battle of the Bands was suggested. After much planning the Quint- City Combo Quake was held on September 30. The Girls ' Gym rocked to five area bands and an attendance of 700 young people. The Quake was declared a success as it netted over $500 profit. More importantly, it bought new life for the Crier. The fall Crimson Crier staff produced six issues. The advent of five columns showed the individuality of the staff members. " Folk Notes " dealt with various folk sing- ers and their music. " Garment Bag " kept Rocky students up to date on fashion. Medical tips aimed towards teen¬ agers were reviewed in " Dr. Sims Talks to Teens. " " Le¬ man ' s Ledger " gave a commentary on sports, while " Li¬ mey Laughs commented on most anything in inimitable humor. The fall Crier staff learned, as did their predeces¬ sors, that it took much more time and effort than the designated daily class period to produce a newspaper. The time escaped all too quickly, and it was with a tinge of regret, fond memories, and a slight bit of envy that they resigned their respective posts to the new spring staffs. 195
Page 198 text:
FIRST SEMESTER CRIMSON CRIER page editorial staff breathes a sigh of relief as another edi¬ tion is completed. They are, FRONT ROW, Greg Langston. Barb Wells, Allen Miller. BACK ROW, John Mordhorst, Bruce Leman, Bill Martin, Lee Nelson. THE TELEPHONE IN the Journalism room comes in handy as Sandy Madden and Barb Wells make arrangements for the Quint City Combo Quake. First Semester Crier Raises Needed Funds THE BUSINESS SIDE of the first semester CRIMSON CRIER was in the hands of Debbie Deering, Jill Wolter, Chris Paul, Sue Miles. Mary Dean, Debbie Greim, CTndy Lipsman. Missing from the picture is Donna Dobbs.
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TAKING ON THE big responsibility of putting out o paper every two weeks is the editorial staff of the second semester CRIMSON CRIER. They are, FRONT ROW: Micky O ' Melia, Debbie Bergeson, Jane Wahl. SECOND ROW: Judy Danes, Vicki Weindruch, Gary Figgins, Doug Clemann, Tim Sable, Demmis Coplea, Dave Blitz, Diane Lilliman. Second Semester Crier Staff Takes Over THE CRIMSON CRIER Pul»lii ht 4l by lh« members of ihr aHvanred juurnaliftm rlanit. Senior lliffb School, Rock lslan«l. lllinoiH IVrioci 2 PcHimI b ; -KI ITORS. Debbie Branicr Mickey O ' Melia Don Tim Sable !OP FDITOK. Connie MctK illianiK Debbie Bergeiton Aftiit. Pam llacketl Judy Danei PACK 1 KDITOR. FIlie Herman Jane ahl PACF 2 FDITOK. Dan Harris Dennis !oplea SPORTS FDI FOR.. Scott BiickleN l ave Blitz Aimt. Jeff Slovak Tom Marcotte PAfiF 4 FDITOR.. Ron ( ' .arey Cary Fi|c|KinH PICTl RF E DITOR. Carolyn Kinfc IKiiik Clemann FX !IIA! CF FDITOK... Bob l.,eatherman Diane l.illiman IIFIAD PRtMtFRFADFR .... Nanev Rettke Vicki tleindrucb Asiit. Pat Huffman Mar Jane Barnett Bl ' SIMFSS M AMACFR. Debi Smith Alma Herrera AD M AXACFR. Marilvn orkheiner Jerry Brittendall Aaittn. Walt WiUon Jean Bennett Chuck Palmer Bill Purcell A.IRf.l FATlOSi MAVACFR . . Jeanie Ko»enquiM Jim Carl««on A»iit». Pen ' untlerlich Ibm Nielikon Tim Swann Two staffs assumed the responsibility for second semester Crimson Crier. Each produced three issues. Period two ran five columns, ' ' Looking and Listening " and " Today and Tomorrow, " perusals of the arts and world affairs; " Senate Speaks, " a summary of student council activities; " Bucks Bombs, " comments on the world situa¬ tion in a humorous fashion; and " The Bull Pen, " dealing with sports. Period six columns included " Nonsense and Pepper¬ mints, " " Groovin, " commenting on pop music, and " Beau Brummell ' s Beat, " dealing with men ' s fashions. COMPRISING THE BUSINESS section of the second semester CRIMSON CRIER STAFF ore Don Nelson, Jim Carlson, Alma Herrera, Jean Bennett, Jerry Brittendall, Bill Purcell. 196
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