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

 - Class of 1966

Page 54 of 264

 

Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 54 of 264
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Business Education Dept The trainees of the Business Education Department, who have been taug-ht to keep accurate ledg ers, take efficient dictation and pound the typewriters unerringly, will occupy the desks and swivel chairs of to¬ morrow’s offices. This year’s Sophomores could elect a year or semester of Typing, and a semester of Personal Records. The same was offered the upperclassmen, in addition to electives of Bookkeeping I and II, Business Arithmetic- Business Law and Stenography I. Exclusive¬ ly for the Senior, Clerical Practice and a two- period Secretarial Training course was available. Overhead projectors came into substan¬ tial use this year throughout the Depart¬ ment, while the acquisition of several IBM Selectric typewriters augmented that course. CARRIE EKBLAD, B A.. Augus- tana Colleg e; Secretarial Training , Shorthand EUGENE E. BLICK, B.A., Augus- tana College; M.Ed., University of Illinois; Bookkeeping I and II. Typing I L. BENJAMIN CLARK. B.S., Il¬ linois State " University; Assistant Varsity Football, Track; Business, Senior Arithmetic CAROLYN JO HAMILTON. B.S.. Western Illinois University; Ju¬ nior Red Cross; Clerical Practice, Typing I and II KENNETH JOHNSON. B.S., Oma¬ ha University; Bookkeeping, Typ¬ ing 50 Business Education DEMONSTRATING TO HIS CLASS, Mr. Neuerburg types at the deck typewriter. This provides an opportunity for him to polish his skill at the keyboard.

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s JOHN BLOMBERG, B A.. Aug us- tana; M.A., University of Iowa; Pan Am; Spanish I, IV MARUANE BOWMAN. B A.. State University of Iowa; German Club; German JOYCE SHOLL. A.B.. University of Illinois; French Club; French II, IV Language Department Better to reach other people, other cul¬ tures, other thoughts, the Language Depart¬ ment introduced innovations; one of them being a series of grammar tapes and supple¬ mentary film strips in to the French De¬ partment. Miss Joyce Sholl guided the school’s first French IV class through their new texts. The German language had its stu¬ dents at the first and second year level. First through third year Latin students made forays into the Roman heritage. With the heaviest enrollment, the Spanish Depart¬ ment again earned laurels in the National Spanish examinations. After hours, the four language clubs fostered an extracurricular interest in respective countries and cultures. i i KATHRYN CALLIHAN. B E.. Wes¬ tern Illinois University; M.A.. Columbia University; Latin Club; Latin CAROLINE E. SEARS, B.A.. Wel¬ lesley; M.Ed.. Boston University; M.A.. Missouri University; Pan Am; Spanish I, II I NANCY STROHL, B.A.. Illinois State University; French Club; English 10. French I, II CLARA A. TSAGARIS, B.S.. East¬ ern Illinois University; M.A., Uni¬ versity of Illinois; Pan Am; Span¬ ish II.Ill Lang uag e 49



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HELEN LEARY, B.A.. State Col- legre of Iowa; M.A., Colorado State Collegre; Business Law, Typewrit¬ ing:! F. EUGENE MALCOLM, B.S., Ed., Western Illinois University; Bus¬ iness LAWRENCE P. NEUERBURG. B.A., M.A., University of Minne¬ sota; Shorthand I, Typing: I MR. HAINS SNAPS a candid picture of the Senior Glee club rehearsing: for their Christmaa concert. Music Department On three fronts, the Music Department gave the school’s students opportunities for participation in vocal, classical and martial, instrumental music. Band and Orchestra were available to all students — Sophomore, Junior and Senior alike. Vocally-talented Sophomores could re¬ ceive the fundamentals through the Sopho¬ more Chorus. By audition. Juniors and Se¬ niors entered the elite ranks of the Senior Glee, and the even more select sixteen of the Chamber Choir. Like the apex of a triangle, the Girls’ Trio and Boys’ Octet represented the summit of choral achievement. By choice, varsity girls could join Girls’ Glee. All facets of the Music Department presented their respective concerts. DONALD W. KRUZAN, B. Mus., Illinois Wesleyan; M.M.E., Drake University; Band, Stag:e band EVERETT B. MCDOWELL. B.S., M.A., Peabody Colleg:e; Orchestra, String: classes MURRAY J. OSBORN, B.S., M S., Illinois State; Vocal music Music 51

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