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VARSITY Y-TEEN CABINET i$ the framework and chief Innovator of new activities In the Y-Teen Club. FRONT ROW, Penny Gorsuch, Linda Graupner, Laurie Anderson, Bonnie Wagner, and Cookie Boccorosa. SECOND ROW, Julie Blick, Marianthe Gartelos, Michelle Boyd, Fran Johnston, Stephanie McSparin, Chris Boyles, Stephanie Helwig, Alma Herrera, Dawn Shoemaker. BACK ROW. Dee Dee Downing. Dianne Eckhardt, Helane Golden, Mon¬ ica Pealstrom, Geri Gellerman, Patsy Bell, and Sherrill Davis. Y-TEEN OFFICERS ADJOURN to the girls ' restroom to pose for a unique picture. Penny Gorsuch, president; Dee Dee Downing, trea¬ surer; Monica Pealstrom, vice-president; and Helane Golden, secre¬ tary. The Y-Teens ' purpose was to provide fun and fel¬ lowship through the performance of service projects for the betterment of the community. There were 520 mem¬ bers in the combination of Sophomore and Varsity Y- Teen Clubs. Each club met on a designated day after school once a month. In September, the Y-Teens had a kickoff ' ' Come As You Were " party where the funfilled childhood years were relived for 90 minutes. In October the members took part in a discussion where a panel of college boys answered girls ' questions. Y-Teens highlighted November with a " Sadie Hawkins Dance. " All attending, dressed as Dogpatch characters. One of the monthly meetings was a thought provoking film on open housing. The tradi¬ tional " Sweetheart Swirl " was held In February. Tables were turned, as the girls Invited the boys to this " Carrou¬ sel of Hearts. " Requirements for attending were three service projects, good attendance at monthly meetings, and helping with decorations. Service projects included selling tags for Disabled Veterans, football concession stand, bake sale, Christmas caroling, and helping out at the Christmas party held at the YWCA for needy chil¬ dren. Girls strived for the privilege of attending Y-Teen Summer Conference at Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois. 150
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AFS CLUB BOOSTS high membership. FRONT ROW, Lee Nelson, Jim Bell, Jeff Gersick, Greg Steffen, Duane Taylor. SECOND ROW, Chris Swanson, Peggy Wunderlich, Deanne Ward, Bonnie Wagner, Laura VonDerKamp, Gisela Espelage, Laurie Anderson, Leanno Nelson, Gloria DeVachf, Marsha Maurus, CcuJos Pazmino. THIRD ROW, Paula Fro ude, Susan Day, Patsy Bell, Mary Jo Boynton, Chris Boyles, Connie Peschong, Sherrill Davis, Vicki Mellinger, Gail Hansen, Betsy Erb, Janet Roeske, Cathy Ryan, Debbie Glassner, Patty Scott. BACK ROW, Sharron Turner, Ben Farrar, Gary Greenleaf, Norman Anderson, Brice Anderson, Kathy Kepes. AFS Membership and Activities Increase The American Field Service Club welcomed its two AFS students, Gi¬ sela Espelage from Germany and Carlos Pazmino from Columbia, to Rocky with a traditional AFS picnic in September. During the Christmas Season the Club had a party and also went carolling. gersick, president of AFS club, is the hub of AFS students —past, present, and future. FRONT ROW, Jeff Gersick, Carlos Pazmino, Gisela Espelage, Laura VanDerKamp. BACK ROW, Bonnie Wagner, Lee Nelson, Laurie Anderson. 149
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„ : L_l-p. ■ ' ‘ rT SOPHOMORE Y-TEEN OFFICERS toast their crowning success: Peggy Bull, president; Diane Potter, vice-president; Karen Pollard, secretary; Kris Johnson, treasurer. Y-TEEN MEMBERS, Marti Kaisen and Karyl Kepes, work at tag day for disabled veter¬ ans. Y-Teen Gals Accent Service and Fun SADIE HAWKINS DANCE in November was novel and fun. DEBI METEE, ALMA Herrera. Rose Longdon price items at Y-Teen bake sale. Y-TEEN GIRLS REVEAL the work and inge¬ nuity involved in creating a " Carrousel of Hearts. " 151
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