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Leading their club are the science club officers. They are left to right, Don Crownover, president; Jon Lindstrom, vice-president; Penny Germain, secretary; Emmert Clevenstine, membership chairman; and Mike Soboroff, treasurer. SCIENCE CLUB PROBES NATURE’S SECRETS Science club members pose for a picture before going to work on their projects for the science fair. 154
Page 157 text:
PREVAILING SOUTH OF THE BORDER Anxiously awaiting the breaking of the pinata are Pan Am. members, left to right. Barb Sax, A1 Geismar, Mike Hermann, Rafael Gomez, Bob Karon, Clark Blomquist, Joel Doakes, and Judy Kaplan. Aside from the regular class room studies of the Spanish language and customs, many Spanish students also participate in Pan American League. Through speakers, movies, and demonstrations, members probe deeper into the music, dances, sports, food, and customs of our South American neighbors. Each year members carry out the Spanish Christ¬ mas custom of a Pinata party. The pinatas, which are gaily decorated and filled with candy by the students, are swung on a stick while a Pan Am. member attempts to break them w’ith another stick. The league provides fun as well as knowledge.
Page 159 text:
SNOWBALL. DANCES PROJECTS OF C.Y.C. Member of the C.Y.C. committee meet in the gym to inspect the floor for this Friday’s Dance. Front row, left to right, are Bill Lorentzen, Dick Quigg, Paul Brooks, and Dupree Logan. Second row, Julie Gunnell, Kathy Bailey, Connie Miller, Phyllis Wilson, Bob Connell, Vicki Fagerburg, Larry Kanke, Theresa McKnight, Susan Leins, and Emilie Reels. C.Y.C. Committee officers sit this dance out to pose for Watchtower photographers. They are Vicki Fagerburg, secretary, Larry Kanke, vice-president; and Bob Connell, president. c C. Y. C. dances are held every Fri¬ day night in girls’ gym from 8 o’clock to 11:45. They provide fun and companionship. The dances are under the sponorship of the com¬ mittee members and adult advisors. 155
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