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AND WE DO GOOF AROUND Rick Hartley and friend show the school’s efficiency infirmary. Freshmen Sam Wirts, Greg Patten, and Eric Forst goof-off before first period bell. Although education is the first and foremost thought in the minds of the students, there is plenty of time to relax and enjoy the company of other people. Chatting between classes, glanc¬ ing through a magazine, or just plain having a good time are a few of the pastimes which provide a well rounded day at R.H.S. Barry Hertel is seen here as he prepares feverishly for the next class. Dan Jackson and Jay Sagers prepare to clean up the shop a little bit. 11
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Row one. Janet Beaver, Duane Baker, Ellen Merckz, Ruth Ann Horine. Row two. Brent DeWitt, Connie Butler, Steve Doepker, Steve Smith, Sandy Schenkel, Dave Farrell, Karen Burkhart. WE LEARN TO GOVERN The student council at R.H.S. provides a fine opportunity for young people to learn the funda¬ mentals of self government. The council’s par¬ ticipation in cheerleader elections, dances, as- OURSELVES . . . sembly programs, and special projects has proved enjoyable and worthwhile to students and teachers alike. Council officers Steve Doepker, Steve Smith, and Sandy Schenkel. Linda DeWitt and Mike Farrell watch a liquid air experiment during an assembly program. 10
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a— Mike Smith’s expression reflects the patience needed to do delicate stick constructions. Kathleen Pequignot and Beverly Graft display their puppet friends. mm WE LEARN AND APPRECIATE ART Sandy VVohlford, Gary Dearduff and Tom Rodgers apply finishing touches to art projects. Art class is a place where each student can release his imagination to create objects of in¬ terest and beauty. The students can learn to mix oil paint for the “just right” color, miter corners in a stick construction, or perhaps learn to shade charcoal sketches. Whatever an art student does, you can be assured that he has enjoyed his project and that he has received great satisfaction in doing the project well.
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