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Parr Tours Berkeley At NASSF Conventio.n March 1-5, Larry Parr, principal of HHS, attended the annual NASSP convention in San Francisco, Calif. where he also visited a very interesting, but somewhat shocking, scene at Berkeley High School. The National Association of Secondary School Principals convention was attended by over 10,000 high school principals from all parts of the United States, as well as from other countries. The purpose of the convention was to discuss general problems in education and to make known international educational developments. The days were divided into morning and afternoon sessions each dealing with different subjects. The school representatives were allowed to tout" one of&apos; the surrounding high schools. Mr Parr, along with a group of about What did you say?! Take a listen around Harlan High, and you're sure to hear all sorts of weird word combinations. Each HItSer seems to have his or her own favorite conglomeration. Your ace Cyclone reporter has compiled, just for you, a list of some of the more expressive expressions. Jeff Cox has a thing about "and all that good stuff." A pleased John Feldman has been known to shout "whoopie-do!" Mr Nelson encourages the band kids to "Listen up now." Ann Christensen has a real winner in "on accounta cos . . ." Mr Trotter laments, "Terrible, terrible..." John Scott sometimes lets out with a "holy apple tree !" Mr Tamm provides a double treat, as he encourages his students to "hang in there tough," and urges them "onward." Ruth Wegner often agrees with an emphatic, "Well I guess!" Junior Craig Schomers protests with a tear- jerking, "Aw, golleee . . ." Shirley Thielen has a sexy way of saying, "O.K. Kiddies . . ." But perhaps the most famous punchline of all is voiced by Mr Schmid when he says, hun- dreds of times daily, "Everyone back to study hall." -- Laura Reinig. A delve into the past A glance through old copies of the "Cyclone" will turn up many surprises, one of the largest that although many things have really changed through the years, some things will always be the same. In the year '64-'65, the very original Cyclone staff came up with some choice titles for books. Ore of the less sickening ones was: I was A Teenage Sardine, by Ann Chovie. A look at today's paper will show you that the jokes haven't improved -- much. FIRST AFS'ER The '63264 school year had the distinction of being the first time HHS hosted an AFS student. She was Anna Sigala, from Athens, Greece. She was the first in a line of AFS'ers to come to Harlan, with the position now being held by Rosemarie Van Niekerk, from South Africa. Ask) in the '63-'64 school year, the Cyclone printed an article, saying that short skirts were slowly going out of style. Slander! How would fashion minded HHS'ers react to such a triatroous statement, now? Some things never change. In '61-'62, HHS was visited by a flu epidemic. Those old germs never die. This year, many students again missed school because of those mean old bugs. MORE BOYS Also, in the '61-'62 school year, the senior girls were begging for more boys. The situation hasn't changed much over the years. They are just as desperate as ever. People don't change much, either, as this little gem robbed from an early Cyclone shows: theysatlikethisuponaseat and had a little kiss then he said some darn fool thing and now they sit like ............. this ! Since 1959, inflation has hit HHS. Then, book rental was a small $3.00. Since then, it has in- creased to $6.00. In 1955 teeny boppers in HHS would have blown their minds on songs like "The Crazado", "Shotgun Boogie," "The Crazy Otto," and "Tweedly-dee.': We've come a long way since that year, with songs like "Band-shang-a-lang," and "Indian Giver." There are a few old standbys the students of HHS can always count on. One of these is Jim Noble. A large number of '69 seniors have had their senior portrates taken by the Skyline Studio, but he was taking school photos as far back as 1953. Another of these standbys is Mr Frazier. He 150, visited Berkeley High School. The high school in Berkeley, Calif. is located across from the university along the mainland side of San Francisco Bay. Berkeley is attended by about 3100 students. Mr Parr stated it to be "a very different situation," -- "pretty far out." During his stay he witnessed many very depressing sights, "students" - sockless, filthy, wearing grubby scraps of clothes with stringy hair. The teaching approach was fantastic, he said, with profanity not uncommon. Students entered and left classes upon will. Mr Parr asked questions of students in the halls and found a very interesting result. Despite the seemingly "free" situation at Berkeley, a big complaint by the student body is that of "not enough freedom." A general feeling also by the students is the unconcern for the future. Mr Parr asked one boy what he wanted to do, he replied, "I want to do my thing." Mr Parr also visited San Francisco College and Haite Ashbury which he stated as a "very depressing sights." By-anddarge, despite the very interesting events which he witnessed on the west coast, Mr Parr claimed that he's '7e G' The Heartbeat ml Harlan High School Harlan, Ia. 51537 L Vol. 28 March 17, 1969 Issue 9 The Harlen (Iowa) News-Advertiser Sights and Sounds The Beatles, Janis Joplin, Donovan, Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix were among the top winners today in EYE Magazine's first annual nation-wide Rock 'n' Poll. Some 6800 teen-agers in fifty states voted on ballots contained in the January issue of EYE. Divided into thirty" categories from Best Album to Most Exciting New Face -- the poll revealed that kids dig progressive rock (like the Cream), but they put down teeny bopper bubble gum rick (like the 1910 Fruitgum Company). The Beatles walked off with three categories -- Album of the Year, Best Group, and Top English Group -- and "Hey Jude" by the Beatles won the Best Single and Best Lyrics Award. The Top American Group was the Doors. Tiny Tim took the 1968 Public Nuisance Award hands down, and his album was voted runner up to the Rolling Stones, "Their Satanic Majesties Request" as Bad-Trip Album of the year. Janis Joplin took Best Female Vocalist and also captured "Sexiest Woman in Rock 'n' Roll." Jim Morrison was the Sexiest Man and runner- up to Donovan as Top Male Vocalist. Cream was hailed as the Most Lmmented Break-up of the year and also took runner-up as Top English Group. The King and Queen of Soul were James Brown and Aretha Franklin. "happy to be home." -- Mike Kintner. "Electric Ladyland" Ten HHS' " Band Album-of-the-month-"Electric Ladyland" ers In for Reprise by the Jimi Hendrix Experience. The major purpose of the album as stated by Jim The annual Quinn County Band Festival will he March 18 at the Veterans Memorial Building. Those attending will rehearse all day and present a concert at 7:20 in the evening. This year the band will be directed by James Coffin, assistant director of bands at the University of Northern Iowa. The band will play "Stars and Stripes Forever," "Festivo," "Morceau Symphonique," "Toccata," "Reflective Mood," and "Chorale and Capriccio." HHS PARTICIPANTS IN CONCERT Ten Harlan students tried-out for chairs for the Quinn County Bandon March 11. Of the ten, six received first chairs. Those receiving first chairs are : Sue Smith, Ric Hansen, Kathy Ladd, Lori Petersen, Bob Jensen, and John Scott. Two received second chairs -- Lynn Petersen and Jeff Lewis. Two received third chairs -- Cindy Klein and Dan Nelson. The try-outs consisted of competing with other musicians from" the area. Quinn County Band is composed of the better high school musicians in Southwest Iowa and the concert is sure to be one of the best. STAGE BAND CONTEST AT JEFFERSON The Harlan High School Stage Band com- peted in a stage band contest on March 11 at Jefferson. Earlham and West Waterloo tied for first. Odebote was rated third. The stage band is planning to present a concert in the spring. -- Cindy Klein. atshe5 Harlan hosted the annual Midwest Con- B team results were (debated only 2 rounds) ference Debate Tourney here last Tuesday, Denison 4Wins ()Losses March 11. It had been cancelled previously Harlan and Carroll 1 Win .3Losses because of weather. At the debate were: Denison, Jefferson,Carroll, Lake Cityl Sac City, -- Mary Callahan and Harlan. Denison, Carroll, and Harlan had B teams. A team results were as follows: Denison 8 Wins 0 losses Carroll 5 Wins 3 Losses Lake City 4 Wins 4 Losses CAST SELECTED FOR JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The Junior Class Play, "The Magic Touch" will be presented March 31, and April 1 and 2. The cast includes Bill Rold, Kathy Mueller, Carole Anastasi, Sandi Brouhard, Sue Smith, Carl Stein, Andy Gross, Jim Scheuring, Sandy Fischer, Greg Findlay, Cindy Klein, Denise Doonan, Shirley Petersen, Debbie John, and Roland Smith. The stage manager is Mike Kintner. Helping With me backstage work will be Tim Oppold, Stan Slaven, Gary Greer, Rick Petersen, Wayne Hulsebus, Kathy Engle, and Mary Bicker. Antics in study hall In study hall there are many things to do. Rolling marbles is one activity which calls at- tention to you. Students like this because it causes excitement, and for some people it breaks the monotony of studying. Teachers do not like it, you Can tell, because they growl at you and take away your privileges. Coming to the study hall without books is another way to get into trouble. With no books you get bored and have to think of something to do. Sleeping is better than nothing, so away you go to dreamland. All goes well until you get caught and then there is no telling what will happen to you. If you are not tired, you can find something to do to cause a disturbance. As a last resort, you can study. If you cannot get a math problem, you whisper to your neigh- hers to see if they know the answer or can help you. When they cannot help you, you ask to speak to someone else. Another way to study is to study standing up. This you do after you get caught talking. -- Lauree Graves. Editors Note: The above was submitted to Mrs Stunz as a freshman English assignment. became principal of HHS in 1963. He is now the Schools.SUperintendent of the H arlan Community Cc[one ,a// Thus ends a dig into the illustrious past of HHS. I only hope that when 1969 is past, it won't seem as ridiculous as some of our other past  i years. -- Linda Sondag and Mary Callahan. i: in he Harlan Nev.Advezir. EdRor-ia-lief -- Kris Thummel;" Ca F_itors -- Sue Leinen, IAuda la; ue er- Ja lig. liDITORIAL POLICY .IIadan Yeloua   to meet- the hglst atand a[ klgh actmol ouraxUsm. t do not pub mmuymmm or malieiml iettem or Iiand gomip. R wishes -to promote the welfare of the school and to inform, entertain, and inspire it= rlmd- Monday -- Irish stew, green apple sauce and St. Patrick's Day Cake. Tuesday --Frickadiller (Danish meat pattie) baked potatoes, buttered corn and rice krispie bars. Wednesday Goulash, tossed salad, cinnamon rolls and juice. Thursday -- Maidrites, candied sweet potatoes, creamy cabbage slaw and banana pudding. Friday -- Tomato or potato soup, crackers, toasted cheese sandwich and pear halves. MUSIC APPRECIATION .... , Music theory was offered only as a first semester course. So, someone had to think of something to fill the secondsemester. The Music Appreciation class was Created! This nine- member class (three juniors, six seniors has been studying Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, Liebestraum No. 3, Swan Lake Ballet, Nut- cracker Suite, 1812 Overture, and sleeping Beauty Ballet. The teachers, Mr and Harris and Mr Nelson, have descirbed the class as "unique." Cindy Klein. Hendrix is, "There's so much hate in the world, and that's what I'm trying to fight with my music. There's truth and honesty in music, and violencetor, but it's better to have it on a record than on a street corner. Violence up on a stage doesn't hurt anyone. You and your audience feel better when you can work it out through music. -- Pam Becker. HARLAN FFA NEWS Mr Rodenborn's freshman Voc-Ag classes have been working on their wood projects in the shop area. The projects include everything from hayracks to showboxes. The aim of this program is to help boys learn to build useful things for their home and for the farm. Also, the freshman are learning to use power tools and the value of safety. The sophomores are studying animal nutrition. The juniors are studying beef production. DISTRICT CONTEST Gary Greer, Jeff Lansman, David Gramkow, Ron Hass, John Hansen, Steve ttarper, attended district FFA contest held in Elk Horn. The Harlan Chapter was awarded two Gold and one Bronze metals. Hansen received a (;old in extemporaneous speaking; Lansman received a Gold in Creed speaking; Gramkow received a Bronze in welding. FARM PROGRESS SHOW On Tuesday Marcl 11, 60 FFA members and Mr Ekstrom boarded a bus and traveled to Omaha to see a Farm Progress Show held in the Civic Auditorium. The show had many exhibits by manufacturers and' proved to be an educational and interesting trip. -- Jim Schcuring. Carole Anastasi portraying Bobbette Braddock practices her fines for the Ju9Jor Class Play. Bill Rold and Sandi Brouhard await their que. Photo by Ted Reynolds Answer Books the experts USe Webster's Seventh. New Collegmte Dictionary rile I/LTIIIM[ WOlIO ANTNOIUI FOR NOllE, SCHOOL, All| OFFIC| Office Supply Dept. HARLAN TRIBUNE Phone 755-3111 Harlan, Iowa 51537 Mr Walter Ewald explains some of the aspects of loans to the and Finance class. -- Photo by Laura Seniors study banki The Co[.mn Congratulations to Becky Mosher for her ambidextrous accompalishments with a pair of scissors. TC The Freak of the Week Award now becomes Freaks of the Week, and goes to 2rid period speech class. TC Many students congratulate Al Graeve on a tOne editorial. TC Dave Arkfeld's "Ban" has really been passed around in 6th period gym class now that wrestling is underway. TC It is rumored that T.B. tests this year will be administered in a do-it-yourself kit. TC The Cyclone welcomes comments from students and will publish materials that are signed and promote student unity. TC A very interesting birthday'card, huh Don? TC Mr Deskin is back just in time to help finish registration. TC Junior class play practice is now well un- derway. TC Amateur playwrights are doing their thing as Thespian initiation nears. For the past few months, 20 senior class, interested in meeting at the Shelby County more about money and the American i This program is sponsored by the America and includes both boys and an Explorer Post Banking and Ray Chipman, vice-president of County State Bank, is the unit The subject of the last meeting Mr Lyle Monahan and Mr Frank Monahan Loan Company program. Special guest was Walter Iowa Consumer Finance Association. Mr Ewald operated a small Sioux City for 24 years. He then spent with the Iowa supervisor. For the past four years, has been executive Vice-President Consumer Finance Association. His presenting talks at schools concerning : fiance, or loan companies. Mr Ewald showed three short helped explain the average the economy of this country power. Mr Ewald also stressed the credit. Three requirements for character, which involves one's rating, capacity or ability to repay, or security. Subjects of past meetings have banking operations, management of a account, bank accounting, and topica will include the federal operations ; the last meeting will be Omaha National Bank to obs a large bank. -- Laura Arkfeld. CHESS IS IN! Chess is a game quite popular students. This interest has led to a nament, now in progress, which will students involved at least and will'eventually determine the chess players. Mr Adams, industrial arts formulated the tournament schedule is posted on the lunchroom bulletin The tournament will last through April, with each successive round pleted within a week, or in same weeks. Seventeen students are Graeve. March 18 -- Quinn County Band Festival, Vets Building. 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