Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL)

 - Class of 1960

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Wrestling provides a variety for these boys, as they demonstrate some holds during gym class. Mary Brent, BS, Illinois State Normal University, Physical Education, girls ' tennis team, G.A.A Rosand Chambers, BS, Wes¬ tern Illinois University, Phys¬ ical Education, Pep Club, girls ' intramurals, G.A.A. Doreen LaMere, BA, Augus- tana College, Physical Educa¬ tion, G i r I s ' Intrbmurols, Cheerleaders, G.A.A. Marguerite M. Pierce, BA, Augustana College, Physical Education, G.A.A. Samuel B. Chilton Jr., BS, West Virginia State College, Physical Education, Swim¬ ming, Varsity swimming team. Kenneth Greene, BA, MA, Cornell College, Physical Edu¬ cation, intramurals. Robert J. Riley, BA, Augus¬ tana College, Western Illinois University, Physical Educa¬ tion, basketball coach. Jerry Symons, BS, Illinois State Normal University, Physical Education, Assistant Sophomore basketball coach. 31

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Donald W. Kruzan, BM, MME, Illinois Wesleyan Un iversity, Drake University, Band. Everett McDowell, BS, MA, Peabody College, Orchestra, and String Classes. Murray J. Osborn, BS, MS, Illi¬ nois State Normal University, Vocal Music. £ Alvin B. Jasper, Jr., BA, Iowa State Teachers College, General Art, Drawing, Painting, Com¬ mercial Art. " Do re mi fa — " " Drum on your drums, batter — " " Let ' s try that in the key of C. " These are sounds typical of the various Rocky Fine Arts Departments. The aspiring vocalist can find an outlet for his talent in the Vocal Music Department. The band or orchestra provides the budding musicians of RIHS with a chance to prac¬ tice and improve their skills. Talented young thespians are provided with opportunities to uti¬ lize their dramatic genius in plays, contests, and other speech activities. So, whether interested in a career in these arts or merely intrigued by a leisurely study of these fields, the Rocky Fine Arts Department helps to mold a student into a more well-rounded individual. E. Dorothy Peterson, AB, MA, Coe College, Northwestern Uni¬ versity, Speech, Dramatic Club, National Thespians, School Plays, Speech Contests, Voice of Democracy. Ars Longa Vita Brevis Mr. Jasper shows Richard Rodriguez, Earl Farren, and Merton Davis some water color tech¬ niques. 30



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Miss Bacon gives her assistance to Clifford Hobart, as she takes his temperature. Matilda Bacon, RN, St. An¬ thony ' s School of Nursing, School Nurse, Future Nurses. 32 Clinic Cares for Aching Bodies; Study Hall Refreshes Tired Minds Gladys L. Blaser, Bookroom. Helen Hazlett, Grinnell Col¬ lege, Study Hall. Helen Noble, Study Hall Super¬ visor, Textbook Librarian. Mabel Rigg, BA, MA, BS, Au- gustana College, Northwestern University, George Peabody Col¬ lege, Librarian. " Be sure you sign your name before you check this book out ' warns Miss Rigg. Study halls are certainly important. Here many assignments are completed in order to lighten the burden of evening home¬ work. Study habits are formed, and some of the strain from the day ' s work is relaxed. The library, too, is an essential part of school life Numerous wide shelves cradle brightly-colored books, both reference books, to aid with school work, and books to read for pure enjoyment. A necessary ingredient for student wel¬ fare is the school clinic. Here minor aches and ailments are cared for, and major ac¬ cidents are taken care of properly.

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