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WITH FUN AND LAUGHTER Displaying the fads of the year are Dave Latta, AUce Burton, Donna Trumbauer, Mary Delmuth, and Jo Lvnn Hartley. Patrol boys Rodney Gniesbeek, Joe Rogers, Floyd Prouty, Dale Mendenhall and Myron Settleniyre are responsible for the safety of children to and from school. These tliree weird characters are all dressed up for the Halloween parade.
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STUDENTS FILL IDLE MOMENTS How do students at R. H. S. spend their idle moments? They have fun and enjoy themselves. Some students prefer to spend their spare mo- ments performing helpful tasks around the school. Others relax by dancing to the latest twist records, while some enjoy playing pranks and goofing off. Boys adopted such new fads as zipper sweaters, vests, and pegged pants. For girls, printed sweaters, short skirts, knee socks, bouffant hairdos and wig hats were " in. " All these contributed to another interesting year at R. H. S. Lunchroom workers are 1st row: Dan Jackson, Terry Graft, Allen Simmers, Mike Dennis, and Larry Stenzel. 2nd row: Jay Simmers, Jeff Farrell and Don Rice. Don Mines and Icff Farrell collect and edit the school news each week for the Roanoke Review. Charlotte Clark, Cheryl Bandelier, Linda DeVVitt, and Janet Beaver kept up the senior tradition with painted skirts.
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STUDENTS RECEIVE RECOGNITION Studt ' iits who represented Ro.inoke in the Countv Spell- ing Bee are JoLynn Hartle -, Lana Witherow, Nhirilvn Schoeff, Joe Loughmiller, Rieky Hartley, and Boli Hoover. Representatives to Boy ' s State and Girl ' s State were Don Zent and Janet Beaver. Everyone likes recognition. The students at Roanoke are no exception. As a reward for their efforts, many students were presented this year with pins, letters, and certificates. Each year a night is set aside to recognize these stu- dents for their accomplishments during the school year. On Achievement Night many stu- dents receive music, academic, citizenship, and sports awards. By special effort many students reach their goals and are recognized for their achievements. Steve Doepker was the Red Cross Leadership Training Delegate this year.
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