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After a meeting. Jane Coogan buy rice-cricpie treat and cookie from Science Club Vice President Paul Klatt. Steten Veiccnburg cho down in back
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Science Club and Council
packed with people, knowledge, and fun
"Standing room only" described the popularity of this event. Every month seventy to ninety students packed in. The early ones grabbed seats, and the others sat on the aisles or leaned against the walls. These students were members of Science Club, a club especially popular. "The participation reflected by the attendance at each meeting has been phenomenal", remarked science teacher Charles Armstrong. The club definitely fulfilled its goal of promoting interest in science.
The speakers at each meeting provided the means for that interest in science. At the first meeting, faculty member Richard McNamara presented "You Arc What You Fat", which included a lecture on health foods and diet and the opportunity for members to try some
foods that taste good and arc good for you. Another meeting included "Visitors From Outer Space." Harry Nelson from Au-gustana brought samples of meteorites and discussed this topic. Janette Moline lectured about the eagles in our area at another meeting. Dr. Dahl, a dentist who uses hypnosis, talked about hypnosis and actions of the brain at one of the monthly meetings. As a demonstration. Dr. Dahl used her twenty steps, self-hypnosis method on the crowd. Students who chose to participate visualized walking down the twenty steps, following the instructions of Dr. Dahl. The doctor described each step, one at a time, and each description was more deeply relaxing. Finally at the last step, those participating were in a totally relaxed, deep sleep, but still coherent.
In addition to the meetings. Science Club members went on a field trip to the Palmer School of Chiropractice.
Science Council combined Science Club. Camera Club, and High School Bowl into one service and social organization. An example of their service was working concession stands at sport events. Social activities included the Christmas fondue-party, the Spring steak fry, and the Spring field trip. The entire-science faculty and the Science Club officers; President Rich Winner, Vice-president Paul Klatt, Secretary Kristi Kuhn, and Treasurer Brad Dawson united their efforts to make the Science Club and Science Council activities educational, interesting, and most importantly, fun.
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BLACK STI DBNT INIOS-FROST ROW president Adrienne McCann, vice-president Thandra Hannah, secretary X ilesha flay, treasurer Angie flay SF.COS'D ROW Shcnetha Hannah. Kcl Icy Hall. Regina Spann. Tonva Bibbs. Sherry Simmons. Sharry Teague. Freddie Butler. Mrs. Ruth Payton. Mr Don
Payton. Tresa Bridges THIRD ROW Teresa Mans. Flisc Smith. Mvroo Hos kins. Brynt Hall. Dawn Bibbs. Teresa Pugh. Fidale Crawford. Carlos Lam bon. BACK ROW Dean Bankv Veronica Phillips. Kim Logan. Kcsin Manning. Connna Washington. Diane Mans. Vicki Vatker. Teresa Overton.
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SCIENCE COUNCIL FRONT ROW Shjri Fkvtrom. Trivh Elston, Chris llunllry.John Ham.John Miller. Piuli (inv Marian M((jn. Kri Young. Dan Boeyc. Kristi Kettman. Kristi Kuhn. Brad Dawson. SECOND ROW Kristen Kessler, Pam Hifd, Richard Winner, Dawn Bosworth. Ann Townsend. Marcia Zntar, Chris So ke, Debbie Krause. Jamie Witherspoon. Jeff Bouden. Scon Hendren. Marly Dennis. THIRD ROW Kim Eppcrly, Ann Timm, Julie Harris. Sandra Richard-von. Fidale Crawford. Bryani Hall.
Students participating concentrated on deep relaxation during Dr. Dahl's vivil.
Kathi Pepping, CheryI Morehead. Tina Langston, Betty Moettingly. Tom Cady. Lonnie Ledford. FOURTH ROW Margie Romeo. Dave Murga, Angie Sc-qura, Theresa Maddelein. Terrie Pout. Angie Hunt. Karen Castellano . Jacqui Johnvon. Gaylcne Collin . Jonathon Tweet. Madeline Soria. Steve Galley. FIFTH ROW Jenny Oevtrcich. Mary Beth Thom . Lynn Stanley. Zarina Adam . Lara Stewart. Sherry Stotlar. Tiffany Hocker, Angie Roman. Gloria Nache. I.iva Clark. Molly Chrivtncr, Chona Soria. Eric Detweiler. SIXTH
ROW Sunder Subharoyan. Lir Siegart, Carol Brock. Julie Lanaghan. Andrea Glick. Mary Nevveler. Jeffrey Smith. Lynel Firth, Lynn Hay . Andi Van Hook. Kathleen Thompvon. Mike Nagel. Allen Marble. SEVENTH ROW Mike Carroll. Paul Caruvo. Sharon Gold, Tien Hoang. Jill Watkin . Todd Simmer. I)eni«e Wicderkehr. Kri Miner. Wendy Sutton. Chip Ga . Sarah Ferrel. Steve Hudvon. Steven Weiven-burg. EIGHTH ROW Paul Klatt. David Smith. Sarah Sohl. Mike Spcctor. Tim Dietrich. Lily Lee. Vicki McCleary,
Mara Doughty. Brian Phillip . Telley Papanikolaou. Peter Pappa . Nina Starling. RACK ROW Terry Bundy. Lori Kirgan. Kelly Daw von. Sean Chance. Sue Fogde. Peggy Condon. Colei! Chickri . Gwyn Dorman. Steven Carlson. John Zambrano. Steve Coin, Tracey Skaggv. Wcndi Ekvtrom. Angie (Quintana. Franciv Hood. Leah Avquith, Trcva Luloff. Jane foogan. Phil Evtev. Tom Schegler.
SCIENCE CI.I H FRONT ROW Tiffany Hocker. Kim Fppcrly. Ann Timm.Julie Harriv Sharon Gold. Treva Luloff. Franciv Hood. Lynn Hays. SECOND ROW Peggy Condon. Sue Fogde. Zarina Adam . Lara Stewart. Mary Beth Thom . Marcia Zevvar. Jenny Oev treicfa. Carol Brock. Lir Siegcrt. There-va Maddelein. Angie Sequra. THIRD ROW Wendy Sutton. Marian McCart. Sarah Sohl. Angie Quintana. Wendi Ekvtrom. Lynn Stanley, Ann Townsend.
Mary Nevveler. Knv Young, Sandra Richardvon. Dave Murge. FOURTH ROW Steven Wcivenhurg. Brian Phillips, Cheryl Morehead, Vicki McCleary. Mara Doughty. Jeffrey Smith. Paula Care . Kriv Young. Krivti Kuhn. FIFTH ROW Jamie Wither-vpoon. Paul Klatt. Chona Soriv. Madeline Soria. Colett Chickri . Karen Cav-tcllano . Gaylene Collin . Krivti Kelt-man. Paul Caruvo. Gunner S|urven. Mike Spector. Jane Coogan. Phil Fvtev.
SIXTH ROW Andi Van Hook. Debbie Krauve, Jacqui Johnvon. Molly Christner. Sherry Stotlar. Angie Roman. Liva Clark. Julie Lanaghan. Gloria Nache. Andrea Glick. Shari Ekvtrom. Nina Starling. Tnvh Flvton. Eric Detweiler. Tom Cady. Sunder Suhbar-oyan. Tim Dietrich. Peter Pappav, Telley Papanikolaou. SEVENTH ROW Jonathon Tweet. Chip Gavv. Jill Wat-kin . Todd Simmer. Sarah Ferrel. Lonnie Ledford. Allen Marble. Tom
Chri Soyke gulp down a refreshment
at the Science Council Christmas fondue party.
Schwegler. Steve Galley. Brad Dawson. Mike Nagel. Scott Hendren. EIGHTH ROW Tien Hoang. Terrie Fout. Richard Witmer. Christi Vann. BACK ROW Fidale Crawford. John Miller, John Has . Dawn Bovworth. Pam Hird. Angie Hunt. Sean Chance. Bryant Hall. John Zambrano. Mike Carroll, Chris Huntley. David Smith. Marcos Herrera. Steve Coin. Tracey Skaggv. Kathi Pepping. Gwyn Dorman. Steven L. Carlvon.
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