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Paul Adams Leland Albertson John Aleorn Christine Alien Sally Allison Betty Andereck Barbara Anderson Kirk Anderson Laurie Anderson Susan Andich William Andrew James Andrews James Armstrong Nancy Arneson Marlene Aten Charles Atkins Jeffrey Atkins Cynthia Averill Gary Aversing Dan Babers Robert Bailey Paul Baker David Bane Michael Barkau Opportunities Await Rocky Class of 1969 Fred Barks Dale Barnett Jack Barnett Judy Barnett Michael Barnett Gregory Bartlett Sharon Bartz Carl Bates
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Middlemen Awake to Expanding Horizons JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS for 1967-68 pause between classes to be recorded for the WATCHTOWER. They are Ruth Ann Morris, Secretory; Rick Miers, President; and Jackie Freshwaters, Vice-President. Looking forward, the Junior ea¬ gerly anticipates his second year at Rock Island High School. He realizes that with his newly gained varsity status comes responsibility. It is to him that the Sophomore looks for guidance; the Senior, assistance. His scope of understanding in¬ creases greatly. New Chemistry text¬ books provide up-to-date facts. He further explores the plant world In Biology II. His knowledge of Ameri¬ can Literature grows through the study of novels such as Moby Dick and To Kill a Mockingbird. The ma¬ jority of his class study American History, while a chosen few take Economics and Government In hopes of earning college credit. He anx¬ iously awaits January, for It is then that he may obtain his driver ' s li¬ cense. Thoughts of college expand and become firmer during the Junior year. Tests such as the PSAT, Na¬ tional Merit ' Scholarship and ACT are taken and scores sent to those schools in which the Junior is Inter¬ ested. There is an expanded field of opportunity for the Junior. He is wel¬ come to join Senior Glee. Members of his class may be chosen to partic¬ ipate in the activities of the Key Club or Junior Optimists. He is eligible to be elected to an office in almost any of Rocky ' s clubs. He can hold a posi¬ tion on the CRIMSON CRIER or serve as a Junior Assistant on the WATCHTOWER The Junior participates In athletics on the varsity level. He plays a key role in almost all sports contests, set¬ ting records In some. The Junior cheerleaders serve as pep represent¬ atives at all swimming and wrestling meets. Some of the Junior ' s activities are the same. He still attends CYC. His cheers are louder than ever. October still brings Homecoming; February, the Sweetheart Swirl. But his hori¬ zons have expanded. He looks upon his classmates with a greater matu¬ rity. The Junior year is one of expecta¬ tion. He looks forward to selecting his own distinctive class ring. His class sponsors the Junior-Senior Prom. The selection of Junior Mar¬ shals brings him one step closer to the day when he will be a Senior. 96
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Carol Beach Ernest Beardsley Ronald Beckhart Mark Bedford Lawrence Begyn Diane Behrens Wendlyn Behrens Lynette Beinke Constance Bell Judy Bell Robert Bellomy Alon Bennett Martha Bennett Michael Benton Peggy Benz Robert Berberich Debby Bergeson Barbara Bernauer Julia Berteisen Ronald Beswick Jeffrey Bivens Sandra Black Julia Blaser Julie Blick Nancy Boles Craig Bolt Terry Bolte John Borden Steven Botch Michael Boultinghouse Daryl Bounds Gerald Bowdry Jo Layne Bowes Patricia Bowman
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