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BI-PHY CHEM SCIENCE CLUB Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club members are: SITTING: Cindy Sue Hill, Nada Ballator, Sandra Harvey, Janet Branum, Betty Coffman, Angela Garret, Muriel Fer¬ guson. STANDING: Jackie Wiley, Alan Blankenbaker, Sammy Doyle, Chuck McFarland, Mat Merker, Steve Greene, Martha Poage, Randolph Clark, Dottie Bush, David Bayse, Siggi Daffner, Sponsor, Mr. R. S. Thomas. ACTIVITIES 1. Have programs with speakers from industries, businesses, and laboratories 2. Have field trips to industries, businesses, and laboratories 3. Sponsor a hop, a float in the Homecoming Parade, and the scientific ac¬ tivities of the school 4. Attend the Roanoke County Science Fair, the outstanding activity of the year 5. Attend the associated conventions in Virginia Bi-Phy-Chem Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Secretary, Betty Coffman; Vice-President, Alan Blankenbaker; President, Muriel Ferguson; Sponsor, Mr. R. S. Thomas; Treasurer, Mat Merker.
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JUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB i 1 fi ' 91 I 1 fe m j Jr. Science Club Members are: BACK ROW — L. to R. — Bob Wood, Mr. Dixon, James Butler, Robert Davis, Wayne Hall, Jimmy Perry, Lynn Eades, Larry Starkey, Tommy Miller, Larry Taylor. MIDDLE ROW — Ben Chapman, Kerry Sipe, Kenneth Gibson, P. M. Goodwin, Benny Hall, C. R. Layman, Charles Looney, Wayne Lee, Leslie Johnson, George Sum¬ mers. TABLE — Margaret Bailey, Betty Branum, Audrey Doyle, Diana Coffenduffer, Mrs. Hilton, Sponsor. Purpose: “Devoted to the furtherance of scientific knowledge and dedicated to the discovery and development of the scien¬ tific ability among the youth.” LEFT TO RIGHT — Ben Chapman, President; Wayne Hall, Vice-President; Bob Wood, Treasurer; George Summers, Secre¬ tary. Mr. Joseph E. Newman, the chief engineer at WDBJ T.V., is giving an inspiring talk to these interested members of the Junior Science Club. 1 1 1 y rf v ▼ i. MPM
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ASTRONOMY CLUB: FIRST ROW: Mr. Paul Colley, Sponsor; Randy Clark, Vice-President; Ben Chapman, Treasurer; Allan Blankenbaker, President; Jackie Hud¬ son, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Nicky Powell, Henry Booth, Bob Wood, Richard St. Clair, Charles McLaurin, Bruce Willey, Martha Puckett, and Tommy Taylor. THIRD ROW: John Mitchell, Ronald Weston, Larry Trent, Benny Hall, Margaret Phoenix, Judy Poff, Fay Hale, Betty Jo Gordon. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Moore, Gene Adkins, Jimmy Robertson, Phillip Powers. PURPOSE: 1. To advance interest in and knowledge of astronomy. 2. To build a 6” reflecting telescope. 3. To observe first hand celestial phenomenon. ACTIVITIES: 1. To buy or make an astronomical telescope for the club. 2. To have frequent night meetings with local amateur astronomers. 3. To calculate the time when artificial satellites should cross the horizon. The newly-organized Lowell Astronomy Club starts the year with a bake sale. This time astronomy means cooking, not science, eh. 7
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