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

 - Class of 1963

Page 139 of 240

 

Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 139 of 240
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Page 139 text:

Active members of the Y-Canteen committee relax following a meeting to make plans for a future dance. They are, Front row: Ginny Cox, Pat Liedtke, Connie Richeson, Gretchen Petersen, Steve N seler, Pam Pear¬ son, and Pam Liedtke. Second row: Ann Morrison, Bruce Andich, George Williamson, Jim McGuire, Tom Barton, Gary Kramer, and Bob Connell. Third row: Susie Singleton, Pat erg, Julie Hollingsworth, Karen Karman, Jane Ohweiler, Diane Duytschaever, De-De Whitmore, Nancy Bolte, and Carolyn Ash. Back Carol Bolte, lorn Schelstrate, Jim Schick, Trent Marquis, John Stage, Mike Herman, Kitty Ekonomos, and «teve Botts. LARGER Y-CANTEEN BETTER Y Why Y-Canteen? Because it provides active recreation for all Rocky students in the forms of pinff-ponpr, dancinjr and a friendly atmosphere for conversation every Saturday nijfht. Y-Canteen is held in the Y. M. C. A. on these nights and is under the spon¬ sorship of Mr. Dale Holm- grain. It is planned with an COMMITTEE PLANS CANTEENS c eye to what the student most wants in recreation and, in order to have this, a Y-Can¬ teen committee is chosen from high school representa¬ tives of the Hi-Y and Y-Teens organizations. These students combine their ideas to make Y-Canteen an enjoyable meet¬ ing place. 135

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Junior Rotarians are, Front row: Tom Barton, John Holcomb, Jim Teros, Jim Johnson, and Emmert Clevenstine. Mid¬ dle row: Bob Holcomb, Jon Lindstrom, Mike Shetter, Everett McDowell, and Gary Schuster. Back row: Bill Bradley, Jon Hobart, Mike VanDine, Ken Cowan, Bob Connell, and Ron Hrebnar. ROTARIANS HOST OUTSTANDING SENIORS Two Senior boys are chosen as Junior Rotarians for each school month. The faculty selects the recipients on the basis of leader¬ ship, scholarship, and partic ipation in school and civic affairs. As Junior Rotarians, the boys attend the weekly Rotarian meetinprs,for a month with Mr. Austin and Senior Rotar¬ ians. At these meetings, the boys learn about adult participation in civic affairs. 134



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Sing and chatter, sisters, While your nimble fingers Move in The happy rhythm Of your work. Giddy with the ancient joy Of fellowship. Gather in a circle And be glad. ORGANIZATIONS

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