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LOOKING TOWARDS A BRIGHT FUTURE for the RIHS lettermen’s club are officers Jim Terrey, President; Steve L. Wilson. Vice-president; Bill Johnson. Secretary; and Larry Kanke. Treasurer LETTERMENS CABINET MEMBERS who plan the activities of the club pause before discussing an upcoming event. Head lettermen are Steve L. Wilson. A1 Bream. Randy Stauffer. Bill Johnson. Ron Foley, and Jim Terrey. Missing are Larry Kanke and Terry Crawford. Lettermen’s Club Serves School Through Sports VARSITY LETTERMEN GATHER for picture. Members are. First Rou ' : Ken Pfaff, Bill Telleen. Chris Larson. Bill Johnson. Terry Paul. Mike Humes, and A1 Morgan. Second Row: Norm Day. Darryl Anderson. Darryl Day. Ron Glassner. Tom Kell. Jim Schick, and Dan Teague Third Row: Dennis Bull. Jon Lehman. Dick Hennessy. Ken McNearny, Bryce Lundeen. Harlan Tanner, and Mel Hall. Last Row Lance Lorentzen. Charley Hovonick. Randy Stauffer. Dave Wood. Jim Terrey. and Larry Kanke. LETTERMEN S CLUB 155
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Lettermen Represent School With Sportsmanship On Fridays at Rock Island Senior High School, a careful observer could notice many boys dressed in red sweaters adorned with sports letters with grad¬ uation year leaders on the arm. These boys are members of a special club, the Letterman’s Club. In order to be a member of this club, a boy must have earned a major letter in football, cross-country, track, basketball, tennis or golf. Members of the Letterman’s Club strove to serve their school through sports activity. They performed many activities to further good sportsmanship, citizen¬ ship, and school spirit at Rocky. Some of these worth¬ while activities include assisting at junior high track meets, ushering at football and basketball games, and contributing to charitable organizations. The Club sponsored a girl for Kiwanis Karnival Queen and also sponsored the annual Faculty-Letterman basketball game. “MAY I SHOW YOU TO YOUR SEAT? ' Kenny Pfaff, senior Letterman, asks one of the Rm ' ky spectators. DISPLAYING THEIR HARD-EARNED LETTERS are members of the Lettermen club. First Row: Jim Braet, A1 Bream, John Westensce, Dave Morris, Jay Twitty, Mike Gibbs, Bruce Bjork, Larry Barber, and Bob Banfield. Second Row: Kenny Pfaff, Dave Andich, Steve Wilkins, Terry Paul, Tom Mosenfelder, Jeff Jefferds, Steve Wilson, andCraig Wunderlich. Third Row: Fred Johnson, Bill LaDage, Steve L. Wilson, Duane Lewis, Ken Evans, Jerry Rankin, Tom Normoyle, and Dave Camithan. Fourth Row: Rich Morrill, Ron Stablein, Ron Nelson, Bill Fritz, Bill Haas, Terry Crawford, Ted Burch, and Carl McDowell. Fifth Row: Ken McNeamy, Dave Christianson, Terry Boultinghouse, Ron Glasner, Ste e Schulau, Jim Schick, Richard Secor, Darryl Anderson, Jon Duncalf, and John More. 154 LETTERMEN
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Selling Programs Service of Rocky’s Radio Club RADIO CLUB MEMBERS this year are. First Rou: Get»rpa Booras, Micki Prescoii, Carol Barth, Carol Bolie, Helene Lehman, and Margo Friedman. Second How: Kiit Ekonnmos, Myra Karinh. Linda Depaepe. Jane Ohiweiler. and Pat Berg. Third Rou: Connie Struve. Nancy Priebe, Sheri Lundeen. and Nancy Sheets. Fourth Rtm : Linda Woyshville, Sandy Ganakes. Judy Miller, Shirley Hedquist, Paula Billings, and Nancy Hoerger. Fifth Row: Sharon Blink. Larry Steele, Nancy Schmidt. (Cheryl Nelson, Connie Henke. Ginger Puck, and Julie Hollingsworth. Sixth Row: Terry Liggett. .Sandi Tart. Bonnie Anderson. Becky Robbins. Linnea Johnson, and Sue Mitchell. Seventh Row: Cynthia Gindlesparger. Patti Miller. Penny Trede. Pat Ht»henmauer. Betty Bond, and Linda Weeber. Eighth Row: Martha Lavery. Linda L tke, Sheri Sachs, and Bob Parks. Minth Row: Ed Hintz. Gerry (crimes. Sue Lindblom. Beth Miller. Bob Martin. Rita Knapp, and Bill R«»bison. The Radio Club is one of many clubs at Rocky which adds a considerable amount of service to its school while having a good time. Neither rain nor sleet nor snow nor hail will stop the faithful Radio Club members from selling programs at the home football games. This service was greatly appreciated by students, faculty and all those attending these games. These programs are, of course, invaluable during the games, and it is a proud tribute to the Radio Club members that their services were always faithfully depended upon and dis¬ charged. Electrical equipment for experimentation and 156 RADIO CLUB school use was bought with the profit from selling. Each year, a special highlight of the Radio Club is a trip to Chicago. Members are free to shop, go to the theater, and see the sights of the w indy city. This sojourn to Chicago allowed ambitious radio enthusiasts t(» inquire after radio and other technical ecjuipment to add to their collection and experimentation at R »cky. The Radio Club contributes to organizations and is a fine club for students interested in science or who just want an opportunity to become orientated to difter- ent aspects of their environment.
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