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Page 48 text:
The Student Council is the governing body of North- wood Junior High School along with the administration. This group is responsible for solving problems present in the school and taking ■ the place of class officers. The council consists of one rep- resentative from each home- room in the school. These peo- ple attend the meetings and report the news to the home- room. This organization strives to better the school in all possible ways. Dan Dager briefs other student council officers of business to be dis- cussed at the next meeting. Left to right: Mr. Springer, advisor; Jean Kiel, secretary; Dan Votaw, sargent-at-arms; Dave Martin, treasurer; and Dan Dager, president. Absent from picture was Bruce Caple, vice-president. Student Council Gains Recognition Each homeroom in the school elects one student to be the representative for the student council meetings. Left to right. Seated: M. Stegall, D. Votaw, J. Kiel, D. Dager, D. Martin, L. Alfeld, D. Patton. Row two: T. Rapp, B. Rineholt, J. Martin, S. Warnock, K. Zimmerman, P. Thomp- son, M. Brown, J. Lorman, B. Drumomnd, K. Stresser, J. Bredlow, J. Archer, and Mr. Springer, Advisor. Row three: D. Neidert, G. Jett, G. Highlen, D. Ford, B. Skinner, P. Paino, T. Cooley, D. Crum, J Heinzelman, D. Gaff, L. Lakamp, K. Hall, C. Lambert, and S. Williamson. 40
Page 47 text:
For Improved Productions Karen Bridges Editor The NORTH- WIND staff, con- sisting of reporters and editors, work together in produc- ing a school news- paper once each month. Each staff member is constant- ly aware of the res- ponsibilities of each position, thus meet- ings are attended and deadlines are met. The newspaper staff, along with the yearbook staff, has sponsored sev- eral projects throughout the year. The biggest project this year was the sponsoring of the annual Christmas Can Dance. Making apple turkeys for the County Home are mem- bers of the publications staffs. Left to right. Seated: Karen Bridges, Larry Dennis, and Barbara Hastings. Standing: Karyn Stresser, Ginny Rish, Mike Miller, Sue Lehman, and Barb Short. The 1964-65 NORTHWIND staff consisted of 27 members. Left -to right. Seated: M. Miller, lay-out editor; K. Stresser, feature editor; G. Rish, lay-out editor; Miss Miller, advisor; K. Bridges, editor; L. Dennis, news editor; B. Short, sports editor; S. Lehman, column editor; and B. Hastings, copy edi- tor. Standing. (Reporters) D. Leininger, D. Crabill, C. Langley, J. Kiel, A. Dick, L. Lakamp, S. Shipman, S. Trager, T. Cooley, L. Graver, P. Paino, D. Ford, A. Bower, D. Martin, P. Merritt, and C. Bumg ardner. Ab- sent from picture are assistant editor, John Merli and copy editor Beth Nickell. 39
Page 49 text:
The development of future scien- tists and engineers was undertaken by seventh period activities. Pro- grams included training the students to be creative with their hands as well as with their minds. By the use of many interesting demonstrations and other visual aids, the learning was made most profitable. Members of the General Science Club study atomic energy and learn how to, operate microscopes. Left to right: Jim Beatty, Bob Greim, Tom Cole, and Mr. Irwin Hart, faculty advisor. Creativeness Developed In the Biology Club, students learn concepts about the " science of life. " Left to right. Front row: Mr. Rogers, sponsor; Bob Greim; Robert Ecenbarger; and Christy ' Feichter. Standing: Nichole Gage, Steve Shie, and Connie Frances. These boys pursued their creative talents in a Model Club during the school year. Left to right. Rockey Marks, David Jacobson, Advisor Mr. Peipen- brink and Charles Reeves. 41
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