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Athletes Show Prowess The Lettermen’s Club began its year with a change. For the first time, girls of Rocky who had earned their letters were able to attend the meet¬ ings. As a result of this, a committee was formed to rewrite and up-date the constitution. The new lettermen’s club also planned activities for the year, a car wash among them. With its new members, the club was opened up to new hori¬ zons with regard to its future plans and activities. 1. Lettermen Jerry Wagner, Jeff Tubbs, and Dave Stone discuss plans for the Let- termen ' s Club sledding party. 2. Lettermen and letterwomen are FRONT ROW Ron Hudson, Allen Branch, Val Ackerson, Scott Taylor, Jan Beinke, Susie Martinsen. SECOND ROW Mike Foley, Becki Strutz, Jill Rakus, Dave Andrews, Ginny Heffernan, Jeff Tubbs, Steve Gang, Vicki Ackerson, Tom Myers. BACK ROW: Mike Dingledein, Kevin Rudd, Donna Davis, Tim Gordon, Pam Carrothers, Jerry Wagner, Vince Ackerson, and Mark Stevenson. 3. A major change in the club this year was the admittance of letterwomen for the first time. 54 Lettermen’s Club
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Peppers Create Spirit " It’s not the pep in the pepper pot ...” the P.A. blared. A bad commercial? No, just Pep Club on the move again. This year the tradition¬ al sign painting and spirit boosting was given a new twist as members used poems and imagina¬ tive captions. Expressing their spirit through loyalty to RIHS has been Pep Club’s main goal. 1. Officers of Pep Club are vice president Sandi Kenny; president Linda Scheer; and secretary Diane Williams; absent from the photo is Donna Moroni, treasurer. 2. Audrey Galex adds to the ideas brought up at Pep Club. 3. Pep Club members stop a second to share a bit of gossip. 4. Pep Club members make good use of new ideas. Pep Club 53
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School Service Aim of Key Club The aim of Rocky’s Key Club was to aid the high school and community. The club, which consisted of about twenty-five male students, was sponsored by the Rock Island Kiwanis Club. Key Club members worked alongside Kiwanis Club mem¬ bers on various community pro¬ jects, one of which was the an¬ nual Kiwanis Carnival. For the enjoyment of the student body, Key Club showed movies after basketball games. 1. Key Club officers are up a flagpole over community in¬ volvement. TOP TO BOT¬ TOM: Gary Edwards, Dave Lardner, Bill Osmundson, Howie Press. 2. Key Clubbers set up the projector before showing their famous after¬ game movies. 3. Joel Sax, Bill Osmundson, Dan Curry, John Detwiler, Dave Lardner, Dave Nessler, Ted Kutsunis, Jeff Jones, Vince Ackerson, Curt Danner, Tom Tingle, Jim Kis¬ er, Gary Edwards, Ron Black make up Key Club. Key Club 55
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