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Hi-Y Insp ires Ideals and Leadership in Members SUPF ' RV ISIN(i THE NUMEROUS activities of Hi —Y are Steve W ilkins, chaplain; Rick Sandway, vice-president; Jim Schick, president; and jerry Schick, secretary-treasurer. One of the many clubs for boys at Kocky is the boys’ Hi —Y. This club met monthly at the Rock Island Y. M. C. A. This association sponsored a queen candidate for Kiwanis Karnival. They contributed to several chari¬ table organizations. Besides the social func¬ tions the Hi —Y members gave their time to entertaining the hospitalized and handi¬ capped people of the Quint-City area. This enabled the boys to grow strong spiritually as well as physically. Their activities included an after-game dance, an activity night in cooperation with GAA, organization of Lenten Services in coop¬ eration with Y —Teens, and several speakers and fdms. All these functions allowed the Hi —Y members to participate in school and community projects of worth. HI —Y MEMBERSHIP has increased because of the interesting activities offered to the members. 152 Hl-Y
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THE OFFICERS OF FUTURE HOMEMAKERS are Pal Miner, Rita Torrence, and Frances Cowell. F.H.A. Club Produces Homemakers for Tomorrow C AFTER PREPARING A MEAL the Future Homemakers find time to test their own rooking. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS 151
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Hi-Y Boys With Y-Teens Organize Lenten Services Hi-Y is an excellent example of one of the many clubs at Rocky whose members accom¬ plished real achievements while they made new friends and shared in enjoyable activities. The organization and presentation of Lenten Services to mark the holiday of Easter was an example of the worthwhile performances by Hi-Y members. Giving of their time to enter¬ tain the hospitalized and handicapped people of the Quad City area was another. The boys enjoyed their monthly meetings with excellent speakers and refreshments. An activity night and an after-game dance were also held. These social activities coupled with the above ones helped the boys to see a truly meaningful side of life. “ONLY F ' lFTEEN (XNTS ’ says Jim Schick, president of Boy’s Hi Y as he col¬ lects money for the after game dance sponsored for Hi-Y. Hl-Y MEMBERS Ron Glassner, Rick Sandway, Dick Hennesey, Jim Schick, Dave Gelaude, and Brian Kempf display their eagerness to help the Hi-Y by collecting money for the club at all after game dance. BOYS’ Hl-Y 153
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