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f f f Personnel
The principal ingredients which make up
an outstanding high school, are the students,
the total offering and a strong teaching staff.
By applying these criteria, your high school
measures up exceedingly well.
For our fine senior class, it is our sincere
hope that your varied experiences in Roch-
ester high school have fitted you well for
the new responsibilities which you will as-
sume. As you are about to receive your
school's official baton and make your de-
parture, we wish for you the greatest degree
of success you are capable of attaining.
We anticipate the continuation of pleas-
ant and profitable experiences with those
who shall be returning for an additional
year or two. To some of you we say,
"goodbye," to others we say, "so long" and
to ALL of you we say "GOOD LUCK."
T. R. E1 iRHoRN
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Capable, understanding, friendly-these
are only a very few of the many attributes
of our fine Assistant Principal and Girl's
Adviser, Miss Lila Argue. Though her day
is filled by all the many things to which
she must attend, she has never failed to take
time out to arrange for conferences or assist
us with our personal problems. Through-
out our years in senior high she has kept
our best interests in mind and has whole-
heartedly supported all worthwhile student
endeavors whether they were in the field of
sports, social activities or academics. For
all this we take our hats off to Miss Argue
and thank her for her considerate cooper'
ation and her wise guidance through our
years at Rl-IS.
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Administrative f f f
The graduating class of 1950 has completed the
formal education required in the Rochester High
School and now is ready to face the future in the
world of work or in college.
It is hoped that the members of the class have
learned the essential prerequisites to success in life.
These include a knowledge of how to work, the
willingness to see a task through to completion and
an ability to get along with people.
The best Wishes of the faculty and administration
go with the class of 1950 as they leave Rochester
High School to assume their respective places in
N. D. CORY,
Business Otlice details demand judgment, as
well as efhciency in handling the vast amount
of requisitions, reports and supplies necessary to
run a system the size of ours. Under the direc-
tion of Business Manager, Ralph Dorsset these
duties are very capably performed.
Board of Education
We are proud of our Board of Education for
their willingness to assume the responsibility that
is theirs as well as for the line job they have
done in providing Rochester with one of the
best school systems in the country. We appreci-
ate what they have done for us.
Mr, Raluh Dorsset managerg lvliss Beverly Boelter accountant,
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Miss Beverly Overland, assistantg and Mr. Hilbert Kath, assistant man
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Vffaltman XVaIters, Mr. Robert P. Gage, Mr. Samuel P. Allen, Presidentg Mr. Robert L. Jacobs
and Dr. P, W. Brown.
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The job of Boys, Advisor could hardly he
placed in more capable and conscientious
hands than in those of Mr. Earle Obermeyer.
Through his efforts, together with Miss Argue,
the guidance program at RI-IS is rated as one
of the most outstanding in the state. During
our past three years he has set for us an ex-
ample of patience, helpfulness and understand-
ing. His Willingness to listen to our problems
and his sound advice will long he remembered.
The detail work of handling records, letters and the principalg and Miss Norma Fredrickson, secre-
bulletins is delegated to the three secretaries in the tary to the assistant principal. We have appreciated
persons of Miss Evelyn Duell, secretary to the super- their many courtesies and take this opportunity to
intendentg Miss Florence Drazkowski, secretary to thank them.
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