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THIS YEAR’S LEADERS OF the Varsity Y-Teens are: Kathy Purcell, president; Tee Dohrn. secretary; Debbie Simmon, vice-president; Jean Dominick, treasurer. Service to Community Is Goal of Y-Teens “Hey, I’m broke already and I haven’t even thoug’ht of the tickets!” Sweetheart Swirl Struck Y-Teens discovered the Feb¬ ruary g irl-ask-boy dance had its drawbacks as well as advantag es. Yet a semi-formal Wonderland of Hearts was but one of the Young- Women’s Christian Association’s major activities. Two months after she came to Rocky, each Sophomore Y-Teen received a Big- Sister, who rudely aroused her from the Land of Nod for a pre-breakfast Big-Little Sister party. Throughout the year, there were service projects, aiding the community and admitting one to the Swirl. Spring brought a funding drive —bake sales. Lenten services in conjunction with the Boy’s Hi-Y, and Freshman Hello. The Senior Farewell capped a year of record membership. Y-TEENS SAY THANKS and farewell to their able advisor Mary Brown, who has served them for two years now, but must leave to assume household duties. 146 Y-Teens
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William Randall Aldridge Patricia Atto Robert Bacon Barbara Barker Gregory Bell Jane Bergfeld Mark Berntsen Karen Birkhahn Nancy Blakely Diatie Bruhn Candace Carroll Stephen Caulpetzer Carol Cliff Sandra Cobert George Conway Thomas Cronau Linda Curry Lawrence Dalkoff Cheryl Davis Stanley Dawson Stephen Dawson Ronald DeGrauwe Stephen Deutsch Gary Dohrn National Honor Society Inducts 97 Members The 1966 graduating class of Rock Island Hig h School boasts ninety-seven members of the National Honor Society. This number came less than two percent short of the school’s quota of fifteen percent; therefore, no students were elected into the society. The members, chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service and character, were feted at a ban¬ quet sponsored by the Rock Island Rotary Club. And, as in the past, the members were officially initiated into the society in an all-school assembly in May. All mem¬ bers received a National Honor Society pin. Jean Dominick Darla Durkee Lucinda Elliott Linda Eng’el Shirley Freeman Gerald Fryxell Naomi Garber Kelin Gersick Gerald Gibson Connie Goldman Linda Grams Barbara Greim Tonia Grissom Susan Gritton Diane Heathering-ton Susan Hosier Linda Hurd Diane Jensen Virg inia Johnson Paula Kahn Joseph Kaplan Pamela Kaskadden Kathryn Klein Shirlene Krueg er Charles Lang-man Kathleen Lindorff Ellen McKenna Michael McMillan Gary Maxey Marjorie Millar Marilee Moeller Jeannine Nesseler Susan Newton Deborah Nitekman Doreen Olson Leslie O’Melia Carol Patsch Gary Payton Harry Pells Christine Peterson Janet Phillips Kathleen Purcell Daniel Putnam David Randerson Rogfer Rasmussen James Rockwell Sharon Sacks Lorene Schreiner Linda Schultz Peter Schwiebert Louise Sherrard Carole Simonson Dianne Slentz Edward Slivken Deborah Soodhalter Leslie Spady Gary Spector Patti Spradlin Richard Steck Barbara Swanson Kathleen Syrett William Thonn James Tolson Stephen Tyler Carl Ullman Phyllis Warkentin Clayton Weaver Roberta Weindruch Sandra Weiner Donald Wentler David Witt Janice Wollenburg Marg-ery Ziffrin National Honor Society 145
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ON THEIR WAY up is this year’s varsity Y-Teens’ cabinet. The juniors and seniors who compose it are. FRONT ROW: Kathy Pouder, Jean Dominick, Linda Schaeffer, and Jo Johnson. SEATED: Kathy Purcell Sandy Epperson. Chris Peterson. Marg-e Millar, and Debbie Simmon. BACK ROW: Cindy Elliot. Kathy Syrett.’ Julie Carlson. Jan Caldwell. Barb Swanson. Diane Curry, Candy Smith, Nancy Rog ers, Chris Morrison and Tee Dohrn. Sweetheart Swirl Is Escapade in Hearts ORGANIZING AND PLANNING the activities of the sophomore department of the Y-Teens are these girls: Diane Eckhart, Dee Dee Downing, Cindy Oswald, and Diane Jaggar. The sophomores join the varsity in many programs and activities as well as sponsoring their own events, including a Chicago trip in mid-winter. Y-Teens 147
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