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Page 81 text:
Secretaries: Seated M. Obrien, C. Debernardis, J. Hammerstrand, K. Gabel, S. Mehl,
S. Harkins, M. Rieker.
The hall monitors were a con-
stant sight in the halls. They
did everything from hand absen
tee slips out to picking up
green slips to delivering green
passes. When the door of a
class room is knocked upon
everyone in the room wonders
if the pass is for him or not.
Many others wonder, "What did
I do wrong this time?" Without
these helping hall monitors the
RHS administration could not
catch any missing people--
wouldn't that be a shame.
Student secretaries help out
many teachers who have work
overpiling on them. Mary
O'Brian who is Mr. Jenkins
secretary says, "It's a lot of
fun cause I get to run around
instead of being in study hall. "
Page 80 text:
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: Mrs. Bloomfield, S. Mathews, K. Perryman, E. johnson, A. Laughlin B Blrdsall j
Pitzen, Row 23 M. Bircher, D. Jacobson, S. Moore, R. Frail, M. Shepard
The library assistants aided in the
library by stamping out books and
doing many other jobs. Many stu-
dents feel that this is the best way
to learn how books are arranged and
how to do research work.
The four member Kazoo Band work-
ed very hard in trying to get many
songs worked out. They practiced
before and after school. One of
their favorite songs was the RHS
Fight Song which they played very
well. The four members are: L.
Johnson, A. Craig, L. Plack, and
Kazoo Band: L. Johnson, A. Craig, L. Plack
Page 82 text:
The RHS Guards opened the year
with a lot of crazy fun at the Bur-
ger Bash and The Wacky Races.
The laughter didn't stop there but
continued on with the most hila-
rious Guard Show everg which
featured Catfish, Tadpole, Den-
tures and Exorfish. The tradi-
tional Swim-a-thon took place on
Nov. 15 and this year the Guard
earned money for St. Judes. Each
member of the Guard gave ser-
vices to our community by teach-
ing swimming lessons to young
children on Saturday morning or
guarding at Community swims 3 5
on and off throughout the year. ff 4 . X
The 1975-76 Guard Year officially ff X
ended at the Banquet which honor- . X
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pictured: j. Foss.
Foss, Kent McConaghy, Kerry
O'Connell, Lee Ann Springer and
Tom MW' RH Guards
Guards: N. Miller, D. Jacobson, L. Springer, C. Clark, C. Pegg, P. Macmillan, D. Haefli, D. Kaiser, L. Hei-
ligenstein, M. Moore, G. Mariani, S. Haslett, K. Brown, L. Hyler, T. Zwicky, A. Wilkins, K. Atherton, S.
Church, N. Wilkins, N. Barberie, N. Oliver, T. Sutton, S. Hunziker, L. Selburg, C. Siebrasse, L. Haycrait, L.
Bessler, A. Suau, B. Bollinger, 1. Moore, K. Matthessen, M. Reynolds, B. Thomas, T. Burek, Row 3: L. Lynch,
K. OConne1l, L. Mitchner, L. Hutt, S. Kaiser, B. Ullman, P. Sutton, A. Davis, K. Carver, P. Vilberg, V.
Paoletti, J. Fry, j. Novotny, G. Adams, P. Ruble, B. Ruble, L. Fifield, T. Buerschinger, G. Kechriotis, G.
Burek, B. Unruh, D. Burke. Row 4: S. Lankton, D. I-lammon, H. Button, D. Allen, A. Cole, j. Billings, P. Hen-
derson, S. Cohen, E. Peterson, T. Boldery, M. Adams, M. Moore, B. Kaiser, K. McConaghy, K. Nelson
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