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Student government of Sterling
High is composed of representa-
tives from each hom e r o o m and
major club. The c ouncil meets
every Wednesday during activity
pe riod to discuss problems con-
cerning the student body. Some of
their projects have been the annual
school c a r n iv a l, and publication
of the student handb o ok "Tiger
T rails." Last year they painted
and made ready the student coke
room. The council makes recom-
mendations to local authorities on
traffic problems and other things
of a "community-student"nature.
The three student body officers
at the left are: President, Jack
Schreiner, Vice-President, Jerry
Jostiesg Secretary, Jo Ann Hamil.
ELOW: LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Josties, D. Lebsack, K. Nloncrief, J. Schreiner, K.
asteel, J. Fredregill, B. Tarbox, B. Schott, R. Bredehoft, R. Sheldon, lVlr. lVliles,
, Neiberger, J. Garner, L.. Pass, N. Hanks, J. Hamil, M. Camblin, P. Keller, F.
agner, S, Elliott, K. Bauer, D. Wagner, V. Jones, K. Welton, lVl. Pattison, R. Poole,
, Ekberg, J. Poland, lVl. Saville, S. Bostron, B. Bundy, D. lVlcDonald, H. Eastman, B.