High-Resolution, Full Color Images Available Online
Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
View College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
Browse our digital annual library spanning centuries
Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
Page 109 text:
Members of Girl’s Glee include. ROW ONE, Darcy Birkle, Mindy Ingold. Mary Goins, Janet Hart, Pa¬ tricia Young. Alma Ralston, Debi Csorba. and Terry Hegg. SECOND ROW. Paula Robertson. Diane Jans¬ sen, Lisa Hoffman, Pam Allison, LuAnn Ulnck. Cathy Bently, Georgianna Watkins, and Lori Hind¬ man. THIRD ROW, Vicki Doeckel, Sherry Bevill, Vicki DeMeyer, Theresa Anderson, Casandra Kee. Marlene Gregory, Beth Graham, and Leslie King. Officer of Sophomore Chorus are Cindy Boeye, vice president. Vicki Rudd, secretary. Pam Sharp, trea¬ surer, and Brent Seal, president. Chorus members are. ROW ONE. Sara Haller, Ann Westerbeck. Kristin Pirch, Jill Mossage. Nancy Leatherman, Vicki Rudd, Julie Fussell, Terry Brendal, Belinda Lawhorn. Kim Houlton. Rona Stutz and Lisa Harkey. ROW TWO. Cindy Boeye, Patricia Miller. Dana Barnett. Susan Blum, Lisa Koester, Roberta Liston, Kathy Wemgartz, Terry Gorsuch, Margaret McCartney, Pam Adams. Ellen Weinstein. Mary Newswander, and Charlene Grego¬ ry. THIRD ROW. Becky Kent, Susan Wilson, Liz Jinks, Jason Rebello. Dan Barker. Bob Doeckel. Jon Morrison. Brent Seal. Kerry Mitchell. Lance Hedqu- ist. Ron McGinnis, Pam Sharp. Sara Reimers. Bam bi Ghyss. and. FOURTH ROW, Tina Bull, Beth Hem- mg. Dee Dee Benson. Meg Collins. Connie Kimball, John Wemgartz, Dan Fouch. Ben Doeckel, Jerry Miller. Hollis Monroe. Mort Shallman. Brian Baker. Kathy Cowan, Jamie Hill, Ann Jansen, and Barb Egan. Girl’s Glee. Sophomore Chorus 105
Page 108 text:
Rocky’s Girls Glee and Sophomore Cho¬ rus displayed their patience and persev¬ erance in the long hours they put into the many excellent programs they pre¬ sented to the community and the school this year. Excellence in singing is found especially in Rocky’s Chamber Choir. Providing their music for special occasions, the choir consists of only a select few. Members of the choir qualified for All- State Chorus. They are Paul Osborn, Jim Kiser, Cathey Harrell and Denise Heinze. A Barbershop Quartet was formed to help provide a variance to the traditional English Chamber Music. Members of the Quartet are Juniors Paul Osborn and Kirk Lawson and Seniors Jim Kiser and Keith Anderson. Presenting concerts at school and in the community give the choir a way to express their love for music in their own way. Heading Girl ' s Glee are officers Janet Hart, Linda Pierson, Casandra Kee and Leslie King. J« Ceautiful Music Members of Chamber Choir are. Liz Wheelan. Julie SECOND ROW. Keith Anderson. David Meredith. Barker. Tami Ward. Cathy Barker, Kristin Peterson, Jim Kiser, Jay Wilhelim, Kirk Lawson, Brad Ellis Landee Franck, Cathey Harrell and Denise Heinze. and Randy Aitken. 104 Chamber Choir
Page 110 text:
cc cC)C)A4 P AH Pah occOC) A4A4 Pah P AH The Rock Island High School Bands combine musical talent, hard work, and hours of practice to develop their musi¬ cal skills. 1974 was the first year the Marching Band actively participated in competitive events. Beginning the marching season with the Milan parade, the band members marched in Rocky’s Homecoming Parade, and took first place in Western Illinois’ and Augustan- a’s Homecoming parades. The band re¬ ceived the highest number of points in all categories in the Macomb parade. Audiences at home football games saw a new marching style and heard a new sound during half-time performances. The newly-organized flag corps, com¬ posed of 17 coordinated Rocky girls, served as a compliment to the marching band. Displaying the red gold school colors, the girls practiced long hours with the band. Tami Brown as drum majorette symbolized the band ' s spirit with her poise and coordination. The five baton twirlers added sophistication to Drum Majorette Tami Brown calls the Band members march to a 1st place tro- the spirited band and it ' s new director: band 10 a,te " » ona » a,ade at Mornso " ° h ' ' al Westem lllino,s Univ - The Rock Island High School Marching Band; Flutes: Cathy Barker, Tina Bull, Pam Brill, Ann Kmttle, Natalie Meyer. Bette Roth, Nancy Kale. Paula Baker, D. D. Benson, Kim Houlton. Mary McCoy, Betsy Sheley. Verna Slach, Laurie Swartz. Shelley Vann. Pam Wilder, Joffre Wise. Clarinets; Sue Bruck, Beth Anderson, Darcy Birkel. Cindy Burrill. Janet Egeberg, Ron Mirr, Kim Mitchell. Shelley Thompson, Tami Ward. Lisa Koester, Chris Burwell, Tami Church, Meg Collins, Shelly Greim, Sharon Guldenzopf. Susan Mates. Linda Wildman. Sandra Whan. Susan Wilson. Matt Wynn, Cindy Bawmann, Sue Hill. Bass Clarinets: Jim Scott. Michelle Flack, Judy Wickenburg. Trumpets: Tony Bell. Tami Brown, Dave Kelly, Kurt Matherly, Dave Maredith, Rick Moeller. Wesley Turner, Craig Altman. Jeff Andresen. Bill Blais, Dean Ger- stein, Rick Koch. Kevin Jackson. Eddie Marti¬ nez, Brent Nelson. Paulette Roberson. Rick Shaffmt, Larry Snyder, Dave Wherry. Saxo¬ phones: Patty Wickert, Teresa Francis, Julie Atkinson. Scott Tooley, Ginger Randerson, Ed¬ ith Kemble, Lisa Nixon, Laura Soltow. Bill Ul- fig, Don Leatherman. Mike Daw. Tubas: Brian Baker. Terry Wilson, Georgianna Watkins. Crystal Hudson. Baritones: Dino Milam, Sid Adams. Sara Haller, Alayne Wemgartz, Jerilyn Wilson, Lane Koester, Ket McSparm, Sally Netzger. Rick Brower. Bob Timm. Matt Boehm. Percussion: Wayne Sheese, Tom Buser. Rob Kritzmire, Dave Salens. Roy Taylor. Randy Tweet. Brent Kritzmire, Dave Salens, Roy Tay¬ lor. Randy Tweet. Brent Wynn. Annette Kuen- nmg, Lila Hensen, and Kris Peterson. Flag Corp: Tenme Carson, Kelly Ater, Terrie Margin. Cheryl Fittz, Nancy Motz. Janet Viernow, Lan- dee Frank, Tina Tule, Vicki Doeckel, Roberta Liston, Carol Clark, and Lois Beckman. Twirl¬ ers: Janet Viernow, Nancy Motz. Vanessa Haynes, Landee Frank and Carol Clark. Mr. David Holcomb. After marching season the members of the band became members of either the pep band, 30-40 members who played during assemblies and basketball games; or the two jazz bands, students involved in the revival of jazz who played at festi¬ vals and contests; or the concert band, 70 members who presented programs in the instrumental music department. Music comes to life in all the parades and programs presented by the music department. 106 Band
Suggestions in the Rock Island High School - Watchtower Yearbook (Rock Island, IL) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.