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p 1 ; d ' rM C ' f o " Va JM Y, - ; ■ - p P Of o Vg ,J “ 4 Underclassmen Meet New Judy Phillips, Vicki Woloski, Bart Newell, and Kent Arnold look over the new Literature books. 80 Thomas Nusbaum, Lyle Pauls- grove, Sharon Ogle, Carolyn Olmsted, Judith Phillips, Mi- choel Payton, Joyce Bauneders, Judy Pentland, Mary Poston, Cheryl Olson, Evelyn Olsen, Peter Ortiz, Linda Ortiz, Ann Pepping, Gene Peltier, Vivian Park, Sharon Pahl, Mark Peter¬ son, Neal Peterson, Charles Peterson, Marilyn Pearson, Jan¬ ice O ' Melia, Fred Pearce, John Patrick, Dennis Peterson, An¬ thony Polzin, Betty Jo Perkins, Constance Plyer, Michael Peter¬ sen, Kenneth Paulsen.
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Sophomore officers, Ann Salstrom, Secretary; Steve Urie, Vice-President; ond Kent Arnold, President begin another new day. phomore Officers Look To Future With Anticipation To the eager and anticipating Sopho¬ mores, Rocky was a definite challenge. A challenge of long halls, split level floors, numerous faces of new teachers, confusing schedules, bells ringing, long directions over a booming P.A. system and many new ac¬ quaintances. Guided by leaders like the ones above, the graduating class of 1962 has answered the challenge despite misleading directions from upper-classmen, elevator passes, jibes in assemblies, and the ever pres¬ ent embarrassment of newness. The year was spent merging tradition and rivalry from junior high school days. Old foes became working comrades Friday morn¬ ings as bursting lungs and aching throats strived to give a good show when " Contest — Sophomores " was directed to them. Each period a new classroom of friends was found as they learned, developed, and matured together. Six weeks of counsellor guided talks in Sophomore Problems ac¬ quainted the class with the difficulties, tech¬ nicalities, benefits, and advantages of attend¬ ing one of the largest high schools in the state Getting accustomed to cafeteria lines, to five minutes of crowded corridors, t to stubborn locker combinations, to massive study halls, the chagrin of detention in 218, and getting accustomed to each other is no small job Since each and every one went through the same trial and error period of being a new sophomore, they have emerged; a corporated, victorious class. 79
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Sharon Hayslett, Gary Hillyer, Cynthia Hennessey, Judith Hill, Todd Herbst, Carla Hammer- lund, Jean Hilton, Judith Ham¬ mond, Vera Hermann, Kathleen Hickerson, Bonnie Hines, Reta Hicks, Janet Hasson, Lawrence Hemm, Robert Hecht, Jerry Harvey, Patric Hessen, Bruce Harpel, Ronald Hines, Marsha Hays, Shirley Hayes, Dennis Herron, Dawn Hawse, Richard Hockenberry, Carl Hinze, Jack Hingstrum, Earl Hickman, Ron¬ ald Hamilton, Robert Hesser, Roberta Hanson. Leroy Haywood, Kenneth Ed¬ wards, Linda Entler, Joan Foulk, Judith Foley, Barbara Eckert, Donna Foster, Frances Eldred, Marquite Eckhardt, Charlotte Frick, Robert Ehrmann, Earl Farren, Gary Fleming, Shelby Foss, Donald Foss, James Fla¬ herty, Roger Engle, James Fitz¬ gerald, Larry Fairchild, Jim Fox, Glenna Eckhart, Dave Fenton, Alan Frankel, Charles Ficken- scher, William Edmund, Kent Fisher, Alfred Fletcher, Robert Feddersen, Bernard Engeland, James Ferguson. " A picture — of us? " Barbara Eckert, Linda Eckermann, Marcella Dusenberry, and Judy Sheraden register surprise as photographer snaps picture. c Friends, Enter New Classes
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