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Page 59 text:
OPPOSITE PAGE FAR LEFT: Swirl king, Jon Larson gives us a smile. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Long hours and long nights resulted in a second place float. OPPOSITE PAGE CESTER: Pam Olson works hard to finish Swirl decorations. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM Pam Zwer and her date, Dan Gar¬ rett, are real swingers. TOP: Sophomore officers are Mary Jane Andrews. Janet Kent, Ginny Hefferman, and Andrea Tipple. LEFT: Varsity cabinet members are Jodi Rudd. Nancy Evans, Vicki McGoldrick, Pam Olson, Tracy Mitchell, Pegg Sylvester. Karen Stockdale. Carla Danielson. Lynn Green, Debbie An¬ drews, Debbie Kelly. Rosie Slottlemyre. and Mind Long. ABOVE: Molly Pat¬ ton, Vicky Clarquist, Sue Pealstrom and Ka Murrens act as Y-Teen Varsity officers. 55
Page 58 text:
Fun and Community Aid Are Combined in Y-Teens “Y-Teen spirit, pep, and go.” Many Rocky girls have been hearing the phrase since they were only twelve. Y-Teen girls usually are on the go, mixing fun with service to their school and community. The organization consists of two to three hundred girls div¬ ided into the Sophomore and Varsity Clubs. Some of their ac¬ tivities include tag days for worthy causes, a Christmas party for Head-Start children, collecting for the Heart Fund, an annual Lenten service, and Senior Farewell. Officers and cabi¬ net members were installed by candle-light at Archie Allen with all club members invited to an ovemite afterwards. The year was highlighted by the annual Sweetheart Swirl. The 1972 theme was “Primary Pranx” and was as successful as the en¬ tire Y-Teen year.
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Muscle Bound Specialists Excell Lettermen are Rocky ' s muscle- bound circle of athletes. These are spe¬ cialists in their field whether it be foot¬ ball, wrestling, baseball, track, tennis, basketball, golf, or swimming. A Let- terman has excelled in one of these areas and has earned his emblem of proof which is a gold RI to place on a red sweater. The highest esteem one could have is a red sweater suffering from a gaudy collection of letters. patches, and medallions. Letter sweat¬ ers are a record of the past, a source of immeasurable pride, a vivid reminder of achievements and success. Letter sweaters are to be sported, saved for years to come, lent to someone who sees the “special " written on it, trea¬ sured; but most of all, they are to be symbols of the Lettermen who earned them. 56
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