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

 - Class of 1964

Page 144 of 256

 

Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 144 of 256
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Page 144 text:

BUSY Y TEEN CABINET MEMBERS pause to pose for ihe photo- grapher. They are. Sitting, Nancy Day, Debbie Strutz, Debby Peterson, Sue Leins, Cindy Eagle, Karen Abel, and Diane Henry. Standing are: Nancy Priebe, Katherine Bailey, Pat Berg, Cheryl Nelson, Ginger Puck, Judy Pouder, Nancy Schmidt, Georgia Booras, Jackie Arnold, Sally Erb, Bonnie Bohn, and Katherine Nelson. Y-Teens Cabinet Plans Many Activities for Year The Y-Teens, an organization affiliated with and directed by the Young Women’s Christian Association of Rock Island, again this year, as in the past, operated in two groups, a sophomore section and a combined junior-senior section. A Big Sister-Little Sister party began the Y-Teen’s activities in the fall. This enabled the sophomore girls to become acquainted with the junior and senior members. November saw a lively Can-can dance for the girls, while in that same month food was collected and distributed in baskets to needy families for the holiday of Thanksgiving. The Y-Teens were responsible for the hanging of the greens at Christmas time as well as the inspirational Lenten services held during the Easter season. These girls sponsored the Penny Carnival. The funds from this affair provided money for World Fellowship and the Sweetheart Swirl, which the girls sponsored. A candidate for the queen at the annual Kiwanis Karnival was again sponsored this year by the Y-Teens. Both groups met once a month and the junior-senior cabinet held another meeting during the month. Y-Teeners served their school as well as their community by participating in many worthy service projects. Their monthly meetings were filled with interesting speakers and movies which dealt with varied topics and events of interest to the girls. These activities allowed the Y-Teen members to become spirit¬ ually and socially healthy members of their school and community. PROUDLY DISPLAYING THE CANNED goods coUccied for Christmas baskets arc the following Y-Teens: kneeling, Sharon Steams, Pat Liedke. Standing are Lilly Akra- preedee and Libby McCombs. 140 YTEENS

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VARSITY Y —TEEN OFUCERS for the Junior-Senior club are Sue Leins, secretary; Chris Kahre- manis, vice-president; (Cheryl Nelson, treasurer; and Judy Pouder, president. Y-Teeners Grow Socially, Spiritually, Mentally SOPHOMORE OFFICERS directing the underclassmen are Barb Steele, treasurer; Kathy Purcell, secretary; Jane Friedlund, president; Margery Ziffrin, vice-president. Y-TEENS 139



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LOOKING FORWARD TO a year of increased activities are GAA officers: Jackie Arnold, president; Kathy Bailey, vice-president; Carol Barth, secre¬ tary; and Nancy Tiffenbach, treasurer. The Girls’ Athletic Association is open to all girls who have earned enough points by the January meeting, have had a heart check, and have paid their dues. The GAA girls participated in an active program to build them athletically as well as emotionally and socially. This program included, of course, athletic performances and events. In addition, various social activities were held. The big event of the GW year was the annual slumber party. Slumber Party High Spot of an Active Year in Rocky’s GAA The Girls’ Athletic Association initiated a paper, the GAAZFHTE, this year. The one-page fdler, was pub¬ lished once a month. The GAAZETTE, distributed through the girls’ athletic classes and free of charge, told it readers what was happening in GAA and provid¬ ed othVr information pertaining to the organization. Included were such items as the intramural schedule, activities that were upcoming, and GA.A news items of general interest. THE LEADERSHIP OF THE (LAA is vested in a cabinet. These girls Kathy Bailey, Carol Bolte, Carol Barth, Nancy Tiffenbach, and Julie are Sherri Lundeen. Chris Kahremanis. Diane Henry, Barb Downs. Hcdlingsworth. Karen Able, ( indy Eagle, Judy Pouder, Judy Janecke, Jackie Arnold, GAA 141

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