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NEW FADS, FACTS, AND FACES A xac— Jiidv Schenkel, Gar - Dearduff, ]ud - Dager, Pam El in, N ' ancv Swihart, Sandy Raines, Linda May, Barry Hertel, and Marty John model the fads for 1960. RigJit— The freshmen don ' t seem to appreciate their position as sla es for a da ' to the seniors during fresh- man initiation. Be oit;— Seniors Ruth Ann Gass, Sandy Rice, Neil Yant, Rose Ann Kreienbrink, Jean Stabler, and Nancy Swihart model their sweatshirts and senior skirts and slacks on " Sweatshirt Day- " Fads for 1960 included Perry Como sweaters, desert boots, black socks, French rolls, initial chains, blazers, shag sweaters, and broken arms. The seniors started a new stvle locally when ihev inaugurated " Sweatshirt Dav. " During student assemblies changes in school policies were announced bv Mr. Eglv, when he called the student bodv into the g ' mnasium. Some of the announcements concerned proper school attire, care of library books and maga- zines, and courtesy in the halls.
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Throughout The Day Days at Roanoke arc made up of manv little things. From the ride up the school hill in the morning til the bell rings to end the last period class in the afternoon, students are kept in a never-ceasing round of activities. Dashes to the lockers to retrieve a long-lost English book, messages hastily whispered behind the teacher ' s back in study hall, friendly smiles to a pal who just happened to look your way— all these are trivial but remembered moments in the hours spent at Roanoke High. Above— Food seems to be the most important thing on the minds of Ann Zent, Jean Stabler, and Al a Bard. Top— Cynthia Smith is wondering how she ' ll e er get all those books back in her locker. Center— s this a nighhiiare? No. it ' s just the winners of the Hallowe ' en parade of the first six grades. Bottom— Mrs. Merckx and Mr. Crum distribute books to juniors Alan Cumbey and Judv Schenkel at the begin- ning of the school vear.
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