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Page 65 text:
Student Publications this year was headed by newspaper editor Dean I. Friesen
and Maggie Dickinson, yearbook editor. lt was Student Publications most
successful year overall as a student-operated organization. Pictured at right is
yearbook photographer Hugh Webb, who, when not photographing pictures
for the yearbook and newspaper, also loved performing laboratory experi-
ments in the Physics I Lab period. In the photo Hugh is learning the complicat-
ed secrets of operating a triple-beam-balance to be used to measuring the
mass of an object. ln this case the object was a ball bearing sitting in a cup.
The K-TECH REPORTER boasted
13 staff members this year, mak-
ing it the largest, most successful
staff in the papers history. At
the end of the year the group
held its First Annual Student Pub-
lications Banquet in which all of
the members were honored
with certificates of participation.
Pictured left to right are Editor-
in-Chief Dean I. Friesen, Circula-
tion Manager Greg Smith, and
Trosper. Not pictured are Pho-
tographer Hugh Webb,
PhotoEditor Steve Rainey, Re-
porters Betsy Breenwood, Mike
Siverling, Lee Peppard, Angela
Phelps, Brad Harper, and Kathy
Schuetz. The advisors were Mr.
Sid Barnes, Mr. Greg Stephens,
and Mr. Dale Sullivan.
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Pictured at the left is the ever-adorable and loveable Sherry Colvin. Sherry,
I. when not performing laboratory experiments in the Physics I science lab, loved
to strike a pose at random for any budding photographer needing a lovely
subject by which to expand his or her talents. Sherry also, when not posing
for budding photographers, also worked as a staff member for the yearbook
Student Publications totalled a combined staff of 19 people, including the
names of some not previously mentioned: Cora Cross, Cary Newbry. It was a
Page 64 text:
Active members of Ascet-john Neal, Advisor
The Amateur Radio Club tHam Clubl is involved with getting new members liscenced by the FCC. Before a new
member can transmit messages, the member must be liscenced. The liscencing testing involves basic radio theory,
station operation skills, and morse code speed testing.
The Ham Club of KTI studies the morse code and basic radio theory.
Amateur radio origionated prior to World War l, and today serves the public as a volunteer, non-commercial
communication service. Hams continue to make contributions to electronics and provides a perfect opportunity for
experimentation with the latest technology.
Amateur radio encourages persons to become involved in a self-disciplined group of trained operators, technicians,
and electronic experts.
Members: Forrest Elliot-President, Steve Rainey-V. Pres., Russel Olson, Roger Hammett, lim Yielding, Norval
Boehne, jeff Parker, Bruce Baillie, Kirk Holliday, Buzz Baer-Sponsor
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