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SOMETHING SPECIAL TO US Freslmian " iris propose a toast to future happiness at R. H. S. Elton Lilly- and Perry Collins take acKantage of the Jim Menclenhall and Lynn Thorn stop at their lockers newspaper in the library. for things the - need and a short chat.
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SCHOOL LIFE AT ROANOKE MEANS School life at Roanoke is no different on tlie surface than anywhere else. What makes it special to us are the little things that happen and the people we know. These little things we will remember in ' ears to come— the antics of our class mates, talks with a friend, last minute cramming for a test, and a word of en- couragement from a teacher. These and manv more interludes form the important part of each school day. E er onc ' enjoys the refre.shments sold by the juniors at noon. Bill Qnickerv, George Mast and Rich Hertel enter seliool to 1)etrin another day at R. H. S. The Junior High Sextet includes Carol Schoeff, pianist, Karen Simon, Jo Lynn Hartley, Karen Bvukliart, Patty John, Connie Lund, and Patty Crow.
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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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