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Page 167 text:
OF BEING THE BACKBONE OF ROCKY Front row, left to rijfht, Mike Madden, Terry Crawford, Tim Bauer. Mike Renter, Ted Burch, Bob Wood, Steve Clark, Jim Hall, Ed Bauersfield, Jay Mayesh. Second row, Danny Reynold.s, Connie Richeson, Carolyn Ash, Nancy Priebe, Trent Marquis, Gary Carlson, John Stage, Jim Johnson, Jerry Green, and Ron Foley. Back row, Melvin Hall, Diane Gass, Connie Miller, Nancy Tiefenbach, Elsie Walker, Susie Phillips, Di ne Henry, Sharon Poe, and Chris Kahremanis. Waiting in the lounge, to fo to their monthly meeting are the 8enate i Quint City Student Congress Dele¬ gates. They are, seated, left to right, lUfaoi Gomel. Jackie Arnold, Bob Connell, Vicki Fagerburg and Tone Pahlke. Standing are Jim Johnson, Jim Teros, and Rick Sendwag. 163
Page 166 text:
A BIGGER STUDENT SENATE BOASTS Senate members are: Front row, left to right, Steve Sedgwick, Bob Blomgren, Jim Teros, Skip Duhlstine, Bob Connell, George Williamson, Rick Sandway, Nancy Sheets, Sherrie Lundeen, and Jane Ohweiler. Second row, Vicki Fagerburg, Donna Hinds, Kitty Ekonomos, Ann Morrison, DeDe Whitmore, Pam Peterson, Julie Hollingsworth, Tone Pahlke, Ted Tabor, and Norman Hull. Third row, Jackie Arnold, Carol Barth, Becky Odgen, Pam Boyd, Judy Ellis, Chris Larson, Jim Collins, Jerry Shick, Tom Saurs, Chris Klockau. Fourth row, Connie Jacks, Linda Puck, Pam Vanervener, Helen Bykowsky, Sharon Silkey, and Judy Willfong. Student participation in the governing of the school is made possi¬ ble by the Senate, an organization of members elected by their respec¬ tive homerooms once a year. These student representatives meet every Thursday throughout the school year to discuss and take action on im¬ portant problems of the high school. The Senate, under the supervision of assistant principal Aspedon, is defi¬ nitely the backbone of the student body and provides it with the leader¬ ship necessary for it to keep moving. Relaxinj between classes are this, year ' s Senate officers James Teros, president; Jackie Arnold, secretary; and James Johnson, vice-president.
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Joking happily outside the student lounge are senate committee members. They are, Front row, Ted B ch, George Williamson, Bob Connell, Trent Marquis, and John Stage. Back row, Jim Shick, Steve Nesseler, Bru Andich, rarn Peterson, Carolynn Ash, Connie Richeson, Kitty Ekonomos, Jane Ohweiler, DeDe Whitmore, Vicki Fagerburg, and Julie Hollingsworth. SENATE COMMITTEES SPEAK FOR STUDENTS Operation of pop ma¬ chines, supervision of the student lounge, planning of assembly programs, and sending representatives to the Quint-Cities Student Council meetings, are the various tasks carred out by the student committees of the Senate. Planning next year’s assemblies is the job of the above committee. They are, Front row, Jane Ohweiler, Kitty Ekonomos, and Julie Hollingsworth. Back row, Jim Shick and Ted Taber.
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