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Northwind ' N ounces the News Pictured at the left are the editors of the Northwind for this year. They have worked long hours very diligently in order to publish the newspaper. They are (left to right) BACK ROW: Barry Dennis and Donald Crum, sports editors. SITTING: Chris Crull, news editor, Sue Howell, feature editor, Angela Casso, editor-in-chief, and Kathy Rish, fea- ture editor. The Northwind staff under the super- vision of Mr. Rothhaar keeps the school informed and, in actuality, establishes an historical record of the happenings, or- ganizational meetings, dances, sporting activities, special events, social activi- ties, curriculum developments, and spe- cial classroom projects. In many phases of the work the whole student were in- volved. The regular staff members have worked before school, after school, and sometimes between classes in order to gather information, write and rewrite the stories, plan pages, check galley proofs, make " the paste-up, " and get the papers distributed. Editor Angela Casso (center) is shown with two of her special edi- tors Sue Howell (left) and Barry Dennis (right) planning one of the Northwind ' s editions. Shown above is the entire staff of the Northwind who make possible your monthly newspaper. They are (left to right) BACK ROW: Scott Mowry, Sandy Kneller, Chris Crull, Sue Howell, Becky Francies, Cathy McComb, Jan McBride, Gayle Houser, Barry Dennis. SEATED: Rhonda Neher, Sandy Howell, Nancy Storms, Jeff Putt, Angela Casso, Rhonda Lewton, Kim Kleopher, Kathy Rish, and Don Crum.
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Cardinal Commemorates the Year Our yearbook staff, consisting of several editors, assistant editors, and other workers, has carefully planned this year ' s edition of of the Cardinal Yearbook. Earlier this year, many of these industrious Cardinals could have been found working on the yearbook in the publications room before, during, and after school. illMRBOOKk J ■ in %3 4, 1 . Vi 1 H The key staff members, shown in the FRONT ROW (left to right): Debbie Mann, assistant editor, Judi Hartnup, editor-in-chief, BACK ROW: Jennifer Johnson, assistant editor, and Jykla Klinger, activity ' editor. These are the people who are chiefly responsible for the publication of the yearbook. Pictured here are four of our hardworking Cardinals looking over some yearbook material, (left to right): editor, Judi Hartnup; cartoonist, Dan Scalf; activities editor, Jykla Klinger; and one of the workers, Tim Rahn.
Page 31 text:
Choir, Bands, and . Girls Ensemble, under the direc- tion of Mr. Coyle, has worked hard to prepare themselves for the concerts and contests this year. These industrious girls worked after school on Wednes- days and many other times to make themselves the good group that they are. This year the Concert Choir has been again one of the outstanding groups of Northwood. The choir has been excep- tional in its concerts for our P.T.A. and the various assemblies for the student body that it took part in. Mr. Coyle, the director, has worked long hours with the choir and both he and the choir are to be commended for the excellent job that they did this year. Meeting Mondays and Fridays after school, Boys Ensemble has readied themselves for various contests and concerts during the past school year. This group is also under Mr. Coyle ' s leadership; the fine work ac- complished by this organization is greatly appreciated.
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