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Page 7 text:
Bill Corcoran, Chief Deputy.
Bob Storey, Assistant Chief Deputy.
Joan Hollinger, Assistant Chief Deputy.
Robert Stone, Assistant Chief Deputy,
8A-206-Phyllis Van Ness, Janet O'Neil, - ,
Rose Marie Nichols, Suzanne Perry,
Joan Gartner, Barbara Woodford, Ruth
Megill, Roderick Kolyer, Haydon Dow-
dy, Joe Ann Mavity, Betty Brox, Cer-
trude Pollard, Barbara Selover.
9A-209-Norman Keesler, Bill Stannard,
Helen Becker, Janice Rosenberg, Shir-
ley Besbeck, Jacqueline Aitken.
9A-208-Graham Abernathy, Floyd Robis-
on. LeRoy Chandler, Bob Dixon. Law-
rence Bryce, Edwina Gladden, Alla
Williams, Beverly Belisle, Juanita Gebb,
Beverly Nemer, Barbara Lundberg, Bev-
9A-101-Don Chociuettc, Bill Kidder,
Virginia Anderson, Nancy Herron, Bar-
bara Hinrichs, Donna Lee Tinkham,
Carol Hughes, Mary Lou Hadley, Willa
Noble. Margaret Frady.
9A-204-Ray Halle, Kenneth Kronlund,
David Gillingham, Don Hucker, Phyllis
Hattery, Priscilla Harder, Suzanne Wil-
son, Jacqueline Light, Marilyn Swope. Row
Marillyn Metzger, Shirley Mortimore,
Mary Sawyer, Marilyn Anderson, Shir- Row
8A-205-Cappy Smith. Row
fbi? A f
1: Ramona Kirkpatrick, Cynthia Pike, Joann Belor,
Peggy Clarkson, Arrelle Rapp, Gloria Hughes, Arit-
2: Barbara Lauer, Barbara Jean Smith, Barbara
Smith, Marily Whittaker, Anne DeFreece, Pat Miller,
jane Lindernuth. Melvin Wiener,
3: Joan Carter, Virginia Anderson, Nancy Wood-
ruff. Joan Wilson, Betty Brox. Janet Gingrich,
Row l: Tommy Stewart, Richard Mor-
row, Harry O'Neil, Barry Thompson.
Row 2: Roger Stewart, Conrad Rice,
Neil Moon, Leon Rubenstein, Richard
Row 3: Chuck Storey, Alvin Lewis, Jack
Harrison, Ray Haile, Ray Campbell,
Joyce Kenyon, Donna Lee Tinkham, Marilyn Metzger.
Boys Athletic Representatives
Row 'l: Clegg Crawford, Roger Minter, John Knight,
Charles Nussbauner, Richard Clements, Charles
Row 2: Charles Bibeau, Richard Morrow, John Tho-
mann, Alan Smith. Buddy Renn.
Roow 3: Dennis Price, Robert Dexter, Don Glines,
Dick Woodside, Tom Del Coma, Gene Sankev,
Bob McConnell, Leonard Smith.
Row 4: Haydon Dowdy, Bob Lane, Jack Lacey, Selden
Girls Athletic Representatives
Row 1: Betty Lou Soden, Sally Curtiss, Joann Belor Don
Row 2: Marianne Smola. Marilyn McSween, Melvin
Wiener, Pat Denny, Mary Chichester, Joan Edson, Bar-
bara Smith. Marilyn Miller.
Row 3: Juanita Gebb, Mary Sawyer, Shirley Besbeck,
Mary Lou Hadley, Barbara Hinrichs, Joan Wilson, Mar-
ian Kariger, Beverly Belisle, Mary Lou Wier.
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This is an open letter to the
entire student hotly, but it is arl-
alresserl primarily to members of
the present eighth grade, for they
will provifle the student holly offi-
eers of next year.
lfmler the present plan we have
a constitution providing for our
slurlent holly officers anzl the mak-
ing of amenrlments anrl hy-lanfs.
This constitution will he framferl
onrl put in the library for every-
one to view.
When the constitution is on :lis-
play, Ire hope to point to certain
amenrlments anzl by-lauts zvlticlz
nie of the sturlent lnorly have made
possible. These will ineluzle anfl
provide for, a student court oper-
atezl by the rlepulies, an estalzlish-
ezl social anfl assembly committee
anrl a scholarship auiarrl system.
It is you, remaining here at Will
Rogers, uflzo will carry out these
praposerl changes and see that
they become a part of the con-
stitution. It is you who are going
to enjoy the benefits they will
Continue to think of new and
ln-tier ways of improving' the
:working orrler of your schoolls
govermnent. And, try to aim for
zz well regulated and smoothly
zrorking machine of Student Holly
lfepresentation in lhe years to
BILL BROWN, Pres.
Home Room Presidents,
7th and 8th Grades
Row I: Shirley Papo, Natalie Skel-
sey, Douglas Newcomb, Sharon
Schoen, Eddie Mee.
Row 2: Boyd Rogers, Bobby Patty,
Richard Lay, Belden Menkus, Terry
Thomas, Jane Lindemuth, Nancy
Blanchard, Billie Anne Connelly.
Home Room Vice-Presidents, 7th and 8th Grades
Raw 1: Ronald Berry, Eugene Morris, Collcn lsack-
son, Joann Belor.
Row Z: Charles Nussbaumer, Don Rafferty, Charles
Higbie, Sammy Holloway.
Row 3: June Stenersen, Jack Harper, Bobby Nichol,
Tommy Hamilton, Alan Smith.
Row 4: Marilyn Mehaffey, Glenn C-ulvin. Alan Feld.
Home Room Secretaries,
7th and 8th Grades
Row 'l: John Knight, Walter Pollard, Ra-
gtime Kirkpatrick, Sharon Schoen, Cynthia
Row Z: Robert Bailey, Jerome Curtis,
Mary Sainseyain, Suzanne Marichal.
Row 3: June Robertson, Marietta Petry,
Carl Halstead, Ernest Leuenberger.
Page 8 text:
CLASS 0Fl lCl'IllS
NINTH GRADE PRESIDENTS
Row 1: Don Clwoquc-He, Alla Williams,
Joan France. Juariila Cobb.
Row 2: ,lack Crawford, Bill Corcoran,
Bill Brown, Ray Hailc, Roger Bolin.
NINTH GRADE VICE-PRESIDENTS
Row I: lla Chambers, Pafroniennc Mc
Nally, Dennis Price, Priscilla Harder,
Row 2: Bill Bridges, Jim Sundell, Joan
Carlcr, Allen Sellgrcn, Don Cho'
NINTH GRADE SECRETARIES
Row 1: Phyllis Van Ness, Susy Lane,
Row 2: Paul Weiby, Bob Taylor, Bill
Cunningham, Don Mclwlcely.
NINTH GRADE COUNCIL
Seated: Ann Coates, Mary Sawyer, Bill
Brown, Priscilla Harder. Virginia
Standing: Allen Sellgren, Jim Sundell,
Bob Taylor, Dennis Price, Bill Cor-
coran, Rav Halle.
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