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Tasks of Council Vary Field to Stadium SCIENCE COUNCIL CABINET members are: Ron Arnold, Bill Bertelsen. SCIENCE MEMBERS say, “Really Smoky we’re not starting firest fires.” Dave Downing , Jim Brennecke, Bob Goldman, Greg: Stone and The Science Council participated in a wide array of activities during the school year. High-lights included a field trip to the Quad-City Airport to tour the Weather Bu¬ reau and a trip to the new John Deere offices. Movies, lectures and demonstrations also provided interesting pro grams. MEMBERS OF Science Club halt their experiments to collect unusual treasures 189
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The Science-Electronics Club welcomes all students who have an interest in any phase of scientific knowledge. Programs this year included lectures by college sci¬ ence professors and free discussions on current topics in the realm of science. In one outstanding project, club mem¬ bers launched homemade rockets from the front campus. Members also spent much time working on projects for the Science Fair. Science and Electronic Members Combine SCIENCE AND ELECTRONICS CLUB OFFICERS are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ron Arnold, Treas ; Mark Schwiebert. Vice Presi¬ dent; Bill Bertelson, President; and Bob Goldman, Secretary
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FT A OFFICERS ARE: Pat Linden, public relations; Judy Sylvester, treasurer; Vicki McSparin, president; Betty Birk- hahn. vice president; Beth Slivken, secretary. Students Sit on the Other Side of the Desk Future Teachers of America is a club for all students who are considering a ca¬ reer in education. The fifty members of this year’s FT A were active in many areas. FTA sells football programs and activity calendars. Its programs range from movies to pizza parties. Members are active in the Blackhawk Division and State FTA and hold offices in both. RELATING SOME OF her own experiences, Miss Liebbe provides an interesting: program for an FTA meeting . CAUGHT IN THE ACT of snitching another piece of pizza, Vicki McSparrin thoroughly enjoys the FTA Pizza party.
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