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SERVING TO PROMOTE BETTER relations among nations is the AFS committee, known throughout the world. Here, before the fisheye lens of our camera, is the Senate’s committee, FRONT ROW: Grear Kimmel, Stan Dawson, Linda Schlutz, Jeanie Weeber, Sandy Salstrom, Ann Klingebiel, Nancy Rogers, Barb Swan¬ son, and Steve Dawson. SECOND ROW: Joe Kaplan, Linda Lindstrom, Barb Goldstein, Sherrill Davis, Beth Slivken, Sue Day, Marina Galantini, Jean Domi¬ nick, and Lee Anil. THIRD ROW: Bill Scott. Dave Thonn, Phyllis Warkington, Cheryl Davis, Lorene Schreiner, Diane Jensen and Kelly Gersick. AFS Committee Handles Foreign Exchange The representative body and legislative organ of Rock Island Senior High is vested in the student Senate. Here, existing campus problems are parried, and vari¬ ous solutions and alternatives pondered during Wednesday meetings in the Little Theatre on alterna¬ ting periods. Under the auspices of the new Assistant Principal, Mr. Richard Evans, this year’s Senate established a number of policies and precedents. High on the agenda for deliberation was the choice of Junior class rings. Senate approval for the proposed tennis courts, and the much-battered-about chocolate milk issue. A chunky treasury permitted the Senate to erect a granite slab sign as identification of the school on the northwest campus. When in use, the student lounge’s pop machines replenished the purse, as did Quint-City- Student-Congress-sponsored dances, and the annual AFS fund drive, whose proceeds furthered Rocky’s foreign exchange program. Innovations this year included mimeographing Senate minutes and formulating a student senator exchange program between Quint-City schools. Per usual, delegates were elected and sent to area and dis¬ trict Student Congresses. In all its capacities — liaison between student and student government, student and faculty, both and other schools —the Senate polled a representative view of Rocky student opinion. 186 Senate
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Rocky Hosts Quint-City Student Councils TRAVELING TO SCHOOLS in the area for the meeting ' s of the Quint-City Student Congress are Rocky’s repre¬ sentatives. KNEELING; Jerry Fryxell, Steve Frink, and Ken Berg. STANDING-Stan Dawson, Gordie Ellings- worth, Cindy Elliott, Steve Caulpetzer, and Craig Shoemaker. John Pepke, Tom Dreesson, Ann Klingebiel, Jo Swedberg, Pam Wells, Vicki McSparin, Bonnie Levin. Julie Carlson, Cassie Ridenour. Janet Punkiewicz, Linda Staley. THIRD ROW: Diane Andrews, Nancy Lundell, DeeDee Detwiller, Vicki Mellinger, Janet Roeske, Diane Jagger. Betsy Erb, Barb Boccarossa, Judy Ziffrin, Dave VanLandschoot, Glenn Hunter, John Punkiewicz, Ed Earnest, Scott Wicall, Duane Stevens, Jim Spur- gettis, Ken Berg, Tom Norin, Gary Nelson, Mike Brown, Priscilla Harris, and Jaudy Segura. Senate 185
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Earn, Learn in Diversified Occupations THOSE PARTICIPATING IN THE D O. program are. KNEELING: Verl Ludwig, George Reed, Mike Mc¬ Kinney, Jim Anderson, Mike Wenniger, Carroll Rott- mann, and Ed Stropes. SECOND ROW: Pat Rule, Mary Bain, Sue Chambers, Paulette Harris, Linda Groom, Barbara Blocker, Carol Lovell,Sylvia Nederbrock, Diana Ortiz, Linda Gross, and Michelle Petit. BACK ROW- Don Meyers, Marcellus Lake, Larry Hammond, Larry Nunn, and Bill Kerr. ALSO BENEFITTING FROM this program are: Carolyn Salton. Dave Trimble, Sue Phegley Ricky Smithson, Jackie Walker, and Harold Brown. DO Club 187
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