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Printer Todd Kolls runs another page of the Crier through the printing Press. Chris Carsell and Stephanie Bohl look over a new project on the light table Jeff Brugman crops pictures to go into the next edition of the school paper. The VOCATIONAL GRAPHIC ARTS I AND II students are the back bone of the Crim¬ son Crier. They work in the darkroom, stripping, plate making and presswork areas of the shop, preparing negatives and plates for the offset press. The print shop was fortunate to get a new photo¬ typesetter this year to help speed up production in the shop. It will be a time saver in working with the newspaper, and will help prepare students for more job opportunities. Some of the various pro¬ jects include note pads, silk screening. Rocky Literary Magazine and business cards. School production jobs include hall passes, posters, tickets, class room in¬ structional papers, padding and adminis¬ trative form. At the end of the course the Vocational II students will have mastered the above areas and should be success¬ ful in entry job skills in the Graphic Arts Printers: Row 1: K. Newsome, A. Thompson. Row 2: P. Talboon, K. LaMay. Row 3: P. Kallenbach, S. Bohl, A Garcio. D. Sheese, J. Keirm. C. Carson. Row 4: D. Hawkinson. J. Depaepe. M. Lyon, J. Brugman. H. Nokes. T. Kolls.
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Members of Senior National Hon¬ or Society were: ROW 1: B. Aden. V. Armstrong, D. Attwood. R. Ausdal, D. Ballard, T. Beasley, M. Beckmann, J. Be- Duhn. A. Bibee, J, Birrell, L. Braner, R. Carpentier, ROW 2: M, Cutler. J. Druhl, D. Grant, J, Gil¬ liam, L. Hegg, S, Howell. A. Ho- zak, C. Janecke, J. King, K, Ko- tecki, L. Krakovec, M. Lemkau. ROW 3: S. Levin, L. Sieged, D. Mirr, M. Morrison, S. Munday, T. Niemann, M. Pauwels, P. Roilly, K. Ribbeck, S, Robertson, D. Robin¬ son, S. Robinson, ROW 4: L. Schlenker, S. Linn, P. Sohl, D. Spector, M. Staes, L, Tobin, C. Verhille. R. Williams, C. Wilson, T. Yazbec, A. Yokas, S, Young Missing from pictures were: R. Bannas, M. Kulp, I. McLaughlin. Fifty-one Senior students have a cummulative grade point average of 3.65 or better and have submit¬ ted an application for full member¬ ship into the SENIOR NATIONAL HON¬ OR SOCIETY. These applications in¬ dicate the ways in which the appli¬ cants have served their school and their community during the high school days. Each applicant also has the endorsement of three teachers, Officers elected to serve the Na¬ tional Honor Society — full member¬ ship are: President —Shelley Linn Secretary-Jean Gilliam Treasurer-Mike Staes Twenty-five seniors have a cummu¬ lative grade point average of 4.00 or better and are therefore listed in the " HIGH HONORS " group for the school year 1980-81. High Honors graduates of the Class of 1981 were: ROW 1: L, Sieged, R. Ausdal. T. Beasley. BeDuhn, A. Bibee, L. Braner, R. Carpentier, D. Grant. ROW 2: L. Hegg, A. Hozak, K. Kotecki, S. Lev S. Linn, T. Niemann, M. Pauwels. D. Robinson. ROW 3: S. Robinson, A. Aden, P. Sohl, D. Spector, Tobin. C. Vernille. C. Wilson. T. Yazbec. Missing from picture is: R. Bannas. 184 Senior National Honor Society High Honors
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First Semester Crimson Crier Staff: Row 1: Deidre Thomas, Krista Dawkins, Robin Knodel. Laurie Kayser, Kelly Burkert, Row 2: Scott Haynes, Nick Peschang, Chris Larson, and David Parker. THE CRIMSON CRIER is the laboratory class of the journalism sequence at Rocky. After successfully completing Journalism I, in which the student acquires the skills necessary for writing for a newspaper, he or she then puts these skills into practice by becoming a staff member of The Crimson Crier. The paper has a long tradi¬ tion of excellence among the high school newspapers of the nation. It is usually awarded the first class rating in the Na¬ tional Scholastic Press Association ratings, and is well known and respected by its peers in Journalism. The Crier is the voice and spirit of Rock Island High School. Co-Editors for the Crier during first se¬ mester: Chris Larson and David Parker as copy editor and editor-in-chief re¬ spectively. The staff works hard together to pre¬ pare for the next issue of the school newspaper. Chris Larson is deep in thought while he works on his assignment. A AA Primcnn Cr t r
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