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OPTIMISTS LEARN PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE Chosen to meet bi-monthly as Student Optimists are Front Row: Mike Petersen, John Lambert, and Ed Stack. Second Row: Tom Biehl, Bruce Andich, and Jim Teros. Third Row: Bob Connell, Steve Urie, Gil Bunning, and Riley Brissman. Fourth Row: Walt Wise, Neal Peterson, Chris Rohlfing, Bob Klingebiel, Dave Kolovat, Jeff Miss- man, Jim W T axenberg, and Jon Hobart. Back Row: Steve Hawes and Joe Scheuerman. Mr. L. V. Burch, sponsor of the Student Optimists Club, chooses junior and senior boys to attend the monthly meetings at the Y.M.C.A. At each meeting, a different member presents a speaker and presides as chairman. Besides attending these meetings, Students Optimists usher at the annual “Holiday on Ice” show and attend a basket¬ ball game at the University of Iowa. STUDENT OPTIMISTS 135
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JUNIOR ROTARIANS TRAIN FOR CIVIC DUTY; Eighteen of Rocky’s top scholars, leaders, and contributors are chosen each year to be Junior Rotarians. The faculty selects these senior boys who attend a meeting with senior Rotarians and Mr. Austin every week. At these meetings Junior Rotarians experience adult participation in civic activities. Senior boys, front row, Ed Stack, Kent Arnold, Marty Litvin, Dave Kolovat, Bart Newell, Neal Peterson, Chris Rohlfing, and Jim Noble; back row. Bill Tyler, Riley Brissman, Steve Urie, Mike Petersen, Jeff Missman, Mike Gersick, Ron Johnston, and Bob Klingebiel, chosen to participate as junior leaders in civic affairs, gather together as a group for the first time. JUNIOR ROTARIANS
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