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Rolla High School
1966 Growler Volume XVIII
"This We Remember"
Six hundred-fifty five students crowded the halls of
Rolla Senior High School, as they registered August 30,
1965. We remember 194 determined seniors, 215 hard
working juniors, and 246 inexperienced sophomores work-
ing together, attending and participating in assemblies,
dances, club meetings, and sports events as a part of
school life. Signing admittance excuses, writing term
papers, taking tests, and completing assignments--"THIS
WE REMEMBER" as the 1965-66 school year at RHS.
Table of Contents
Academic and Faculty
This We Remember -- Learning,
Companionship, Our School, Harmony
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Senior Prom were the major dances at Rolla Senior High
School in 1965-66. Sock hops, banquets, club meetings,
sports events, the annual district music festival, con-
certs, the school play, Senior Follies, class picnics,
and seniors' Civil Defense lectures--all constituted stu-
dent life at RHS. "THIS WE REMEMBER" . . .
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Juniors enjoy a sack lunch
at the c1 as s picnic at
Ralph Myers quinches his thirst at one of the three
water cooled drinking fountains at RHS.
Although milk was served in the cafeteria many stu-
dents, such as Rob Sandhaus, found it convenient to
get a soda from the Pepsi machine.
Girls take time to chat
while eating their lunches
in the school cafeteria.
Students Eat in Cafeteria or Snack Bar
Students enjoyed grabbing a quick sandwich at the Snack Bar located in the school cafeteria.
B-Choir members form a centipede as contribution to
the Homecoming Parade.
Bonfire Kicks ff R.H.S. Homecoming 3
"This Land is Your Land" brought the Freshmen third
prize for their Homecoming float. Second place was
Sophomores captured first place in float competition awarded to the Junior Class for ,,Pi1gI,im,S Prideu.
with their entry, "America the Beautiful."
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Candidate Jane Wade rides with escort Lee Miller and driver Paul Busley.
Activities Continue with 21 Parade
Also in the parade are Judy Null, candidateg Delmar Drew, her escortg and Mike Crain, driver.
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Judy Null and Jane Wade were crowned as the first co-
queens in the RHS history by retiring Homecoming Queen
Co-queens reigned over festivities with their royal court, Dianne Myers, Jeanne Schooler,
and Eleanor Higley. Seated at left is Winnie McCarty, retiring queen.
After crowning Co-Queen Judy Null, RetiringHomecoming
Queen Winnie McCarty turns to crown Jane Wade as Alan
Brummell and John Wiggins, football co-captains look
on. The first Homecoming Queen was crowned at RHS
Highlight 1965 Homecoming Coronation
Not one queen but two co-queens reigned over Home-
coming 1965 activities. For the first time in the history
of Rolla High School, two girls received the same number
of votes for the honor. Judy Null and Jane Wade tied for
the Homecoming Queen, so shared the title.
They were crowned during half-time ceremonies of
the Rolla-Mexico Homecoming Game October 15 by Miss
Winnie McC arty, Retiring Queen.
As fate would have it, a downpour of rain altered
the traditional order of events surrounding the announce-
ment of the new Homecoming Queen. Instead of being
introduced as they were driven around the football field,
the candidates were forced to walk down the center
aisle of the bleachers to the field. There they were met
and escorted onto thefield by the Senior football players.
Then followed the bands half-time show and the announce-
ment of the new co-queens, Judy and Jane.
After the crowning, the Homecoming Co-Queens
and their attendants were escorted to their seats where
they watched the remainder of the football game.
Majorette Nancy Rowden struts down 6th Street in the
1965 Homecoming parade as the RHS band, led by Drum
Major Dale Roach, marches close behind.
Eleanor Higley .
Diane Myers .
Judy Null . . .
Jane Wade . .
Ann Higley .
CO-C APT AINS
. . Denniswilson
. . Delmar Drew
. . John Stites
. . Lee Miller
. . John Wiggins
. Neal Womack
Along with queen candidates and their escorts, the crown bearer and flower girl took part
in the "Royal Dance" immediately following coronation ceremonies.
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the approval of their royal court.
e first Co-Homecoming Queens in RHS history, Judy and Jane beam their delight to
Dance Closes 1965 Homecoming Events
Formal Crowning Completes
This Year's Celebrations
Climaxing the 1965 Homecoming Dance was the
formal crowning of Co-Queens Jane and Judy.
This was not only the first time Co-Queens were
crowned at RHS, but also 1965 marked the first time
in which student council had complete charge of all
Homecoming activities. Pep Squad previously planned
all activities. "America the Beautiful," the theme chosen
for the 1965 Homecoming celebrations by student council,
inspired float entries in the parade. Decorations at the
dance Calso based on this themej consisted of red, white
and blue streamers with posters representing various
states attached to them.
"Now it is our desire that the royal dance begin."
These words formally ended the 19th Homecoming coro-
nation ceremony held at RHS, The first Homecoming
Queen, Jean Swope, reigned over the 1946 Homecoming
celebrations and the first football season in the history
Attendant Jeanne Schooler Attendant Eleanor Higley
Attendant Dianne Myers
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"Peter Pan" starred Jeanne Raines as Wendy and
From "Mary Poppins," seniors presented two songs, "A Spoon-
ful of Sugar" by Jane Wade, Joyce Schooler, and Edith Tapp-
meyerg and "A Perfect Nanny" by Jane and Edith.
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Moviesg Scenes from
SENIOR FOLLIES, performed by an all-senior cast
in May, featured songs from Broadway musicals and
movies, scenes from various plays, and a one-act play.
Included in the program were exerpts from "My
Fair Lady," "Mary Poppins," "A Mid-summer Nightts
Dream," 'fWest Side Story," and others.
"Westside Story" sweeth e ar ts Lynn
Corben and Danny James Sing "One
Hand, One Heart."
A one-act play, "Spa.rkin"' starred Kathy Tucker, Debbie
Geers, and Eleanor Higley. Steve Lemasters flower
rightb gives a.n interpretation of Sha.kespeare's "Mid-
Summer Night's Dream."
Tom VK ingfield CSteve Mobleyj tries
to escape his mother, Amandawing-
field CSue Stollj, throughout the play.
Speech Department Produces
illiams' "Glass Menagerie"
Tennesse Williams' prize-winning play, "The Glass
Menagerie," was produrzed in the spring by the Rolla
High speech department. Mrs. Pat Wolford added this play
to the list of plays she has directed, and very ably coached
her student cast into believable portrayals of Williams'
best known characters, very difficult for high school
students to enact.
Student directors were Carol Mirly and Yvonne
Miller, aided by the drama students.
Set in the slums of St. Louis, the play is auto-
biographical in nature. It concerns the author's mem-
ories of his shy. crippled sister who lost touch with
reality as she lived in a world of fantasy with her glass
collection, the Glass Menagerie.
Tom Wingfield CSteve Mobleyj yarns to be a writer, but
is completely dominated by his unbearable devoted mother
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Carneyj is comforted by her gentleman caller. Jim
O'Connor CPat Robertsj,
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Carie Null and Jimmy Ballenger served as crown bearer.
Crowning of King and
1966 Growler King Gary Taylor and Queen Jeanne
Schooler reigned over "Growler A-Go-Go" festivities at
Rolla High, February 26. Gary and Jeanne, representing
A-Choir and Pep Squad respectively, were crowned by
retiring King Bob Parker and his Queen, Sharon Huffman.
Flower girl was Carolyn Null and Jimmy Ballenger was
Candidates Crepresenting 14 organizationsj partici-
pated in the coronation ceremony, which was held im-
mediately after the floor show.
Decorations carrying out the discotheque theme
combined lacey Valentine hearts with "go-go-girls" in
cages to set the mood.
ueen Highlights Dance
"The Dynamics," a seven-piece band from St. Louis,
furnished music for the evening.
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1966 Growlcr Royalty
Jeff Groves, Barb Alley . .
Gary Mace, Judy King . .
Jeanne Schooler, Mike Esser .
Jim McCracken, Nancy Laird . .
Mike Patterson, Sandy Wilson .
Pat Sump, Gary Henry .....
Ben Thomas, Donna Wehmeier .
Bill Angerman, Eleanor Higley . .
Pat Davidson, Joyce Schooler . .
Linda Miller, Don Marek . .
David Lytle, Kathy Love . .
Carl Franklin, Dianne Myers . .
Gary Taylor, Edi Tappmeyer . .
Pam Oakes, Mike Crain . .
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. . German Club
. . Key Club
. . French Club
. . . Latin Club
. . Publications
Flower girl, Carie Null, and crown bearer, Jimmy
Ballenger, took part in the royal dance along with
the other candidates.
Kevin Thurston helped complete the "Grow1er
A-Go-Go" atmosphere by dancing as a go-go girl
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carefully watch roasting hot dogs at the sophomore class outings there.
picnic at Meremac Springs. Not only sophomores picnicked
We Remember Picnics, Shots, Messy Lockers
Attempting to deposit Judy Jones in a trash barrel
C011f1'2-'FY to the H5112-1 menu Of hot dogs, Sophomore at the sophomore picnic are Steve Yount, Terry Earl,
Alan Sachs fixes a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. and Mike Nelson.
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phones located in the downstairs hall.
Typhoid vaccinations favailable to all studentsj were given by Dr. Barbara. Russell and other local doctors.
unior-Senior Prom Features the Sheratons
Dennis Mescke and Linda Adams dance during a slow
number at the Prom.
"Sound of Music," symbolized by musical instru-
ment favors, a replica of a mansion, and amusical
floor show, was the theme for Rolla High's annual Ju-
A St. Louis band, Jerry Jay and the Sheratons,
played for the traditionally formal dance which was
held on May 21, 1966 in the school cafeteria. Included
in the floor show were Betsy Shannalian singing "The
Sound of Music," Linda Beyers and Cathy Moore singing
"Do-Re-Me," and Jerry Lorea playing a guitar solo.
A humorous interpretation from Cosby by Chris Paul
completed the program. Larry Brown was master-of-
The junior class, sponsor of the event, used green
and yellow streamers Csenior class colorsj to conceal
the cafeteria walls and ceiling.
Several Seniors line up for a fast dance' Linda Miller and Steve Haas express their approval of
Providing music for the dance was Jerry Jay and fhe Ihwhm of Jerry MY and the Shefatons'
the Sheratons, a band from St. Louis, Missouri.
Mike Crow and Bobbie Kil-
lian enjoy a slow dance to
one of the Sheraton's tunes.
Jerry Loera entertains by
playing a guitar solo during
the floor show.
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The academic side of school is softened and com-
plemented by the various clubs and organizations of RHS.
Most of these groups seek to broaden students in specific
areas, increase their interest in certain subjects, or pro-
We remember candlelight initiationceremonies . . .
pledge duties . . . special dances . . . charity drives
. . . concession stands . . . the activities of over 20
clubs and organizations.
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Louis, P, Davidson, D, Meyers, P, Oakes. Row 3--K,
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Student Council Plans Homecoming
This year's Homecoming celebration was planned
and directed Cfor the first timej by the student council.
An elected group of 14 school leaders, this year's council
conducted the 2nd annual open house for interested
parents, passed rules and regulations to improve stu-
dent government, helped gather toys to fill 200 Red
Cross bags for Vietnamese children, and ran conces-
sion stands at a football and a basketball game.
Delegates attended a convention in April in Jef-
ferson City, Mo., where the council ran for secretary of
the Missouri Association.
Officers included: John Wiggins, president, Dianne
Meyers, vice-presidentg David Lytle, secretary, Bob
Berry, treasurer, and Barb Louis, parliamentarian.
The house of representatives is a branch of the
student council. Members include a representative from
each of the 27 home rooms. They work with the coun-
cil in passing new rules and projects.
Mr. Glenn Poe, social studies teacher, is seen here
during "Parents Night," November 18, as he discusses
his class with parents.
Eddie Bartley, Donna Wehmier, Shelia Blue, and Robbie
Sandhaus fill bags to be sent to Viet Nam for Christmas.
House Helps Council
Members of the House are:Row 1--D, Wi1son,D. Meyers, 3--S. Mobley, B, Voight, L, Wxenicke P Davidson
S, Blue, M, Esser. Row 2--L, Corbin, J, Brown, C, M. Crow. Row 4--S, Whitney, R, Sandhaus, G Weber
Hayes, P, Curtis, S, Wilson, C. Crain, M, Slone. Row
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Members of Pep Squad include: Row 1--L, Campbell, D,
Brovm, E. Tappmeyer, S, Loughridge, N, Wiggins, J,
Wade, E, Tappmeyer, J, Wienicke, B, Killian, K, King,
B. Alley. Row 2--Mr. Ballenger, D, Meyers, B, Shanna-
ha.n, S, Leonard, K, Tucker, J, Null, P, Vaughn, B, Ken-
nedy, V, Ellis. Row 3--M, Riden, D, Persing, L, Fanley,
R, Powell, C. Hayes, M, Lammlein, K, Pauley, L, Heglin,
P. Whites, B, Louis, P, Jones. Row 4--G, Waters, J,
Officers for the school year
include: Row 1--Brendy
K e n n e d y, vice-president,
Judy Null, president, Betsy
Shannahan, historian. Row
2--Trish Vaughn, recording
secretary, Judy Whalen,
merit secretary, and Dianne
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Govier, T, Martin, J, Decker, A, Fleming, J, Bren-
Row 5--K, Sowers, M, Roy, N, Strunk, S, Merrell,
K, Love, S, Glenn, J, Wilson, L. Faucett, C, Heagler, N,
Rowden, T, Carney. Row 6--J, Parker, S, Allgood, S,
s, L, Powers, S, Brase, N, Luebbert, D. Weh-
J, Bruzewski, J, Faust, M, Willy, L, Roberts.
Row '7--C, Sump, V, Warrick, C, Weber, J. Mengel, S.
Breig, B, Haas, B. Carnaha.n, P. Null, S, Paulsmeyer,
H, Vance, B. Bramlett, M. Tucker. Row 8--N, Laird,
J, Hatfield, L, Miller, P, Mason, P, Sump, E,l-ligley,
Y, Miller, M. Sachs, E, Meschke, K, Higley, L, Cunning-
ha.m. Row 9--M, Ahland, S. Wilson, J, Walen, D, Burk-
hart, L, Beyers, L, Rusch, N. Sachs, C, Simpson, K,
Apperson, S, Battley.
Sue Merrell serves punch to one of the parents on Parents
Night as Judy Null and Nora Strunk look on.
Mike Jones and Kathy King show off the latest in new
spring fashions at the Pep Squad style show held on
April 2, 1966.
ep Squad Has
"A Fashion Look at Spring" introduced anew project
for the Pep Squad this year. With Lettermen's Club boys
serving as escorts, thirty-two members modeled new
spring fashions from various Rolla clothing stores.
Pep Squad's festive dinner-dance in May, honoring
all RHS athletes, was the featured event of the primary
boosters of Rol1a's school spirit. Dressed in attrac-
tively tailored maroon and white uniforms, over 30 girls
turned out for each sports event--from football, basket-
ball, and track, to cross-country, golf, and baseball--
and cheered for the home team.
Representatives of Pep Squad served a banquet on
"Meet the Bulldogs" night in November, worked in con-
cession standsg decorated the gym for home games, a.nd
helped conduct the homecoming celebration. Several buses,
crowded with enthusiastic members, generally traveled to
out-of-town football and basketball games.
Class of 1966
Class of 196
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Illinois and a clinic held in Springfield, Missouri, RHS
cheerleaders learned new yells and techniques which they
used throughout the year.
Basketball cheerleaders were: Edi Tappmeyer, cap-
taing Bobbi Killiang Kathy Kingg Janet Wieneckeg and
Nancy Wiggins. Football cheerleaders included: Barb Al-
ley, captaing Lee Campbellg Jane Wadeg Ellen Tappmeyerg
Debbie Browng a.nd Sharon Loughridge.
Bobbie Killian Kathy King
Cheerleaders demonstrate "Check 'em", one of the yells
they learned while attending camp.
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Pandemonium broke loose among the crowd when Rolla beat Jefferson City's basketball team by one point on December 21.
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Key Club are: Row 1--Mr. R. Ballenger
Mr. G, Poe, D, Lytle, B, Angerman, L, Miller, B, Bade
Row 2--M, Esser, P, Busby, D, Marek, B,
Row 3--H, Siebert, J, Whitten, P, David-
son, M, Klinkerman, R, Cowan, K, Koboldt, T, Ellis.
Row 4--S, Argo, D, Brandt, M, Perry, L. Chrisco. Row
Row 6--S, Cav
and J, Jensen.
J. McCutchen, K. Davidson, B. Berry.
e, T, Friederichs, J, Butts, J, Broshot,
Key Club Serves School, Community
Earning the award as the outstandinc club in Mis-
souri and Arkansas for the sixth consecutive year and
receiving 2nd place honors for the outstanding service
of the year are accomplishments typical of Rl-lS's Key
Its lengthy list of achievements ranged everywhere
from publishing a student directory CBuzz Bookj, selling
used books, polishing school trophies, and scraping
Halloween soap from downtown windows, to distributing
food baskets to needy families and sending clothing to
Viet Nam. The 2nd place Mo-Ark District award was
for painting the football bleachers.
Rolla's club, chartered in 1945-46, is a service
club for boys sponsored in cooperation with the local
Kiwanis Club. Its aim is to develop initiative, leader-
ship, and citizenship in members as well as to provide
service to the school and community. Officers were
Bill Angerman, president, Lee Miller, vice-president,
David Lytle, secretary, John Wiggins, treasurer, Mr.
Glenn Poe and Mr. Robert Ballenger, sponsors.
Checking clothing collected for Viet Nam are Bill Anger-
man, president, and John Wiggins, Treasurer.
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A total of 1,854 pounds of canned goods and staples
was collected by Key Club in its annual Thanksgiving
basket food drive. Sophomore, junior, and senior classes
competed for prizes.
Key Club boys handle the sale and purchase of used
textbooks for students each year.
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J, Butts, J, Wienecke, N, Luebert. Row 2--E, Tappmeyer, B, Thompson, B, Bade. Row 6--M. Cleveland, K, Davis
D, Wehmeier, B, Killian, C, Heagler, K, Roberts. Row J, Siebelts. Row '7--M, Longo, R, Schwab, R, Finlayson
3--M, Bell, M, Riden, B, Carnahan, J, Short. Row 4--S,
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to Ben Thomas while Nancy Luebert is in the background.
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"A Trip Down the Wiser River," a movie presented
by Deutsch Verum CGerman Clubj in November, showed
members what life on a river in Germany would be
An old-fashioned hayride in October at Carl Pietch's
farm for all members and their dates sparked the sea-
son's activities which included a banquet in May, the
annual Senior-Faculty basketball game in March, and a
trip to Herrman, Mo. for atraditional German "Mai-fest."
Jim Butts led the group as president with the as-
sistance of: Catie Barr, vice-presidentg Nancy Luebert,
secretaryg Linda Wienecke, treasurerg and Jeff Groves,
To become a member of German Club, a student
must be taking a German course, be initiated, pay dues,
and take part in club activities.
Frank Mori and Robert Thompson received awards
as outstanding German students.
Members of Latin club are: Row 1--K. Koboldt, T,
Carney, O. Grawe, B. Shannahan, K, Moore. Row 2--
L, Beyers, B, Kennedy, C, Luebbert, S, Palmer, B.
Elliott, K, Love, S. Hale, C. Mirly, M. Willy. Row 3--J,
Mendel, L, Wienecke, S, Loughridge, V, Ellis, P, Null,
Gens Togata Has
Have you ever taken atrip through the "underworld"?
Or perhaps you've been sold as aslave? Here are some
people here in Rolla High who were sold to Latin Club
CGens Togataj members as personal slaves. Some sold
for as much as 54.00 at the traditional slave auction held
A Roman banquet in May, abread sale, and Christ-
mas caroling, rounded out the activities of Gen Togata
during 1965-66. Members strive to become better ac-
quainted with the Latin language and customs of the
Officers included Oliver Grawe, presidentg Betsy
Shannahan, vice-president, TerryC arney, secretary, Kathy
Moore, treasurer, and Kenny Kolodt, historian.
J, Schwab, D, Scott, S, Paulsmeyer, H, Vance. Row 4--J,
McCutchen, R, Schwab, J, Edwards, H, Siebert, J, Wal-
lard, D. Williams, T, Fredericks. Row 5--F. Mori, T
Bloch, T, Shelton, B. Scearce, C, Spreng, T, Ellis, J.
Govier, R, Whitten, and D, Lytle.
Vickie Ellis, Lynn Corben, Susan Hale, Carol Luebert
and Paula Null act out a skit during a Latin Club nip'
Julie Mengel, and Marie Willy
discover the evils of Pandora's
box at the Roman banquet at
Shumman Park in May,
Pandora's box of evil doing is carried on apillow by
Julie Mengel while Kathy Love and Marie Willy await
the opening of the box.
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French Club enthusiasts are: Row 1--J, Bruzewski, K,
Tucker, J, Null, C. Hayes, P, Roberts, R, Powell, P,
Mason, J, Brenneisen, Mrs. P, Croom. Row 2--L, Wien-
ecke, K, King, K, Pauley, L, Heglin, V, Warrick, E,
Higley, J. Schooler, M, Tucker, K, Love, N, Howden,
B, Bramlett, K, Higley, B, Whitson. Row 3--D, Jones,
C. Glenn, J, Schooler, S, Daniells, L, Rush, T, Carney,
V, Stogsdill, D, Brown, K, Sowers, G, Waters, Row
4--P, Davidson, R, Green, S, Chenoweth, D, Hale, D,
French Club Banquet Features
Pasteboard monuments, symbolic of those in France,
provided a decorative foreign flair to the French Club
banquet held May 6, 1966. Other activities during the year
included operating a concession stand during basketball
season and having a spring picnic with members of
Latin Club and German Club.
Pat Davidson was named best member and Valerie
Warrick, best pledge. Achievement awards in French
were earned by Debbie Brown, Judy Null, Ann Fleming,
Suzie Daniells, Cathy Glenn, and Sharon Glenn.
Chris Hayes served as president, other officers
were Pat Roberts, vice-president, Jane Wade, secretary,
Judy Null, treasurer, Ruth Powell, historian, and Pam
Mason, pledge chairman.
Le Cercle Francais strives to promote interest in
the French language and help members better under-
stand the country of France.
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Seated behind a cardboard momument of Fr2mce's
Eiffel Tower are Mrs. Black, guest speakerg Mrs.
P. Croom, sponsorg and C, Hayes, president. The
French Club banquet was held in May.
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admire a pasteboard cathedral representative of those in France.
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Senior members of choir are: G, Adam, B, Alley, J, E, Tappmeyer, D, Thomas, J, Wade, J, Wiggans, K, York,
Brenneisen, J. Brown, P, Elliott, L. Corben, M, Crain, M, Esser, J, Raines, L. Campbell, Gordon Juneau. Junior
D. Feeler, B, Glidewell, R, Gollahon, E, Higley, V, Hub- members are: S, Allgood, G, Ayars, L. Burns, B. Carna-
bard, D, James, D. Lewis, S, O'Haver, J, Melton, K, han, K, Davidson, A, Fleming, M, Guffey, D,Harris, H, E,
Milward, J, Null, M, Patterson, F. Hayle, M, Riden, J, Johnmeyer, K. King, D. Sandhause, B, Lewis, T. Martin,
Roberts, N, Sachs, J, Schooier, D, Sherrell, S, Stoll, J, Moulder, R, Nash, S, Palmer, D, Prewett, F, Renick,
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L, Roberts, L. Rusch, C, Simpson, V, Warrick,
J, Faust, P, Martin, M, Vaughn. Sophomore
members are: A, Arthur C, Crain, R, Cowan,
R. Eckart, S, Hale, P, Erickson, C, Hines, R,
Mitchum, J, Parker, D, Riden, D, Persing, K,
Routh, M, Roy, D, Shackleford, K, Sowers, J,
Sturgeon, M, Tucker, J, Vickers, R, Wagoner,G.
Waters, P, Wishon, S, Yount, A, Wilkins.
State Honor I Award
V Rolla High's B6-member A-Capella Choir earned the
highest rating possible--an Honor I--at the State Music
Festival this spring. This award climaxed a series of
high ratings received by the choir, and smaller vocal
groups and soloists at the District Music Festival in
Seven concerts were presented this year for various
city organizations, the public, and student body, These
included a Christmas Concert, a "Pop Concert" in con-
junction with the junior and senior high bands, performances
for Coterie of UMR Faculty Wives, the Lions and Rotary
Service Clubs, FortLeonardWood, and student assemblies.
Christmas concerts were given for various civic groups,
including the Rolla Rotary Club.
The first mishap on record occurred when 17
A-Choir members were slightly injured when a portable
bleacher collapsed under them at Nutter Field House
during the Fort Leonard Wood Christmas concert,
Officers were: Kemmu Davidson, president, Kathy
King, vice-president, and Jane Wade, treasurer.
Mr. Bill Berry conducted A-Choir during his 2nd year
Senior members of Band are: S. Battley, D. Canfield,
J. Carmack, J, Carney, M, Cleveland, L, Copeland, B,
Cottingham, K, Davis, M, Esser, L, Finley, D, Geers,
S, Glenn, M. Govier, J, Hall, N, Laird, S, LeMaster, J.
McCracken, K, Miller, K, Milward, P. Oakes, M, Pat-
terson, D, Roach, J, Roberts, P, Roberts, J, Schooler,
Dale Roach completes his third year as drum major.
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Hummel, D, Wehmier, K, York. Junior Members are: C.
Barr, T, Bloch, S, Brase, B, Brookshire, B, Carnahan,
T, Carney, G, Christopher, V,Clapp,S,Daniels,M, Guffey,
M. D. Hall, D. Harper, M, James, H. E, Johnmeyer, B,
Killian, K, King, S, Knight, M. N, Masters, D. Meschke,
"Reflections in Music" was the theme ofthe Rolla
High Band's concert presented to the public in February.
"Music is the mirror in which the cultures of the
past are found reflected . . ." -- an anonymous saying
which sums up the attitude of R,H.S, musicians as they
presented music from period styles, such as the Baroque,
Classical, Romantic, songs from the Middle East, se-
lections from motion pictures and television.
Five members participated in the South Central
All-District Band in January: Dale Roach, Mike Cleve-
land, Pat Cleveland, Vickie Ellis, and Jan Vickers.
On April 29 and 30, winners from the District Music
contest traveled to the Missouri University campus where
they entered the State Music contest. Those receiving
a "1" rating at state were Dale Roach, aflute quartet,
two woodwind quartets, and a trumpet trio.
On May 19, the Band gave a public concert along
with the Junior High Band and the A-Choir.
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Members of Modern Music Masters are: Row 1--H.
Vance, J, Brown, J, Roberts, P, Elliott, K, King, P,
Oakes, E, Tappmeyer, E, Higley, D, Geers, J, Null,
J. Schooler, J, Brenneisen. Row 2--J, Schwab, S, Brase,
K, Pauley, L, Powers, T, Martin, P, Erickson, R,
Powell, M, Riden, S, Stoll, S, Glenn, D, Wehmeier, J,
Schooler. Row 3--N. Laird, M, Govier, N. Rowden, D,
Persing, L, Loughridge, V, Ellis, J, Vickers, P. Cleve-
Edi Tappmeyer served as MMM president during the
land, S, Hale, C, Crain, M, Tucker, S, Da.nie11s.Row
4--M, Masters, M, Hall, S, Palmer, V, Warrick, B,
Carnaha.n, K, Barr, D, Shackleford, P, Wishon, L, Rusch,
T, Carney, V. Vogeler, P. Null. Row 5--P, Roberts, J,
Govier, T, Ellis, A, Sachs, T, Friederichs, T, Bloch,
W, Coy, A, Arthur, M, Guffey, F, Renick. Row 6--Mr.
Cleveland, M, Cleveland, S, LeMasters, D. Harper, M,
If you were stopped by afrantic student requesting
your signature in his or her little black book, you would
have learned that he or she was an MMM apprentice.
The Modern Music Masters initiation of 15 new members
in October began the new year.
MMM is an honor society for music-minded students
of at least average scholastic ability Cwith the exception
of music courses, in which a grade of a B must be main-
Edi Tappmeyer served as president, other officers
were Ellie Higley, vice-president, Pam Oakes, secretary,
Kathy King, treasurer, and Debbie Geers, historian. Mr.
William Berry and Mr. Harold Cleveland served as co-
Future Medios are: Row 1--R. Powell, B, Shannahan, S.
Stoll, C, Mirley, B, Louis. Row 2--B, Cottingham, B,
Wagner, K. Davis, J, Gibbons, D, Burkhart, E, Higley,
J, Decker, M, Govier, M, Spurgeon, L, Powers, Mr.
FMA Visits MU Medical Center
Jean Ummel, senior, prepares Tim Friedricks for a
Trips to the University of Missouri Medical Center
in Columbia, Mo. and to the sanitarium in Fulton, Mo.
were the highlights of this year for Future Medical As-
sociation CFMAJ members.
Numerous guest speakers were also present for
their regular monthly meetings. Those included Mr.
Robert Masters, who spoke on medical technology, Dr.
James Thomas, whose topic was medicine as a profes-
sion, and Mrs. Alma Johnson, who discussed the re-
wards of a nursing career.
Sue Stoll presided at organization meetings, Mary
Ahland served as vice-presidentg and Carol Mirly was
Future teachers are: Row 1--H, Peeler, N. Rowden, C
Simpson, B, Glidwell, S, Leonard. Row 2--P, Oakes, D,
Burkhart, N, Luebert, J. Hatfield. Row 3--S, Brase, M
Tucker, R, Powell, K, Pauley. Row 4--J, Harris, P
Tucker, L. Rusch, M, Masters, B, Alley, B, Brantley.
Row 5--B. Rogers, A, Flemming, L, Brown, L, Roberts.
Row 6--Mrs. Jensen, D, Wilson, D, Marek, L. Adam
Holds Book Sale
Practice teaching in Ro1la's elementary and junior
high schools topped the events on the 1965-66 calendar
of the Future Teachers of America CFTAJ. Each of the
30 apprentice teachers "took a turn" in a classroom and
A book fair, which added S300 to the club's bank
account, a formal tea honoring Rolla High's teachers,
and preparation of aChristmas basket for a needy family
rounded out FTA's projects for the year.
Heading the list of officers was Nancy Rowden,
president, Sharon Leonard, vice-president, and Carmen
Mrs. Velma Jensen, sponsor, talks
about a career in teaching at one
of the regular night meetings.
Students look over the selection of
new books at the second annualbook
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Ambitious students who combine school with COE on-
the-job training are: Row 1--J, Feeler, M, Mowery, R,
Vankirk, D, Tyler. Row 2--J, Black, L. Black, P, Curtis,
W, Keeney, P, Agee, P, Sump, J, King, S, Wilson, G,
Over 335,000.00 was earned during this school year
by the 38 Cooperative Occupational Education CCOED
members. Selected students attend COE class where
they study principles related to their assigned jobs,
and then actually work in a business establishment for
a half day to gain valuable on-the-job experience. Average
salaries for this year were 3.92 per hour for girls and
31.12 per hour for boys.
In order to qualify for COE, students must have
accumulated 10 credits Cif a juniorj or 14 credits Cif
Activities of COE Club this year included attending
a state contest in March and sponsoring an Employer-
Employee banquet in April. Officers elected for the
Rolla branch of the National COE Chapter, DECCA,
include: Cathy Potter, presidentg David Dowing, vice-
presidentg Gennie Green, secretary-treasurer, and Gary
Bailey, J, Fusch, W, Bell, W, Crain, L, Happe1,G,
Ousley. Row 3--D, Bixler, J. Palmer, D, Adams, J.
Gruender, B. Lamb, J, Adams, G, Mace, K. Miller, L,
Smallwood, J . Dalton.
COE officers are: Row 1--Gary Mace, vice-president,
Gennie Green, president. Row 2--Sandy Wilson, re-
porterg Judy King, secretary, and Mr.Howard Roberts,
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Students engaged in learning the ethics of the business Brown, J, Brenneisen, R, Curnutte. Row 3--D. Carr,
world through the FBL
S, Blue, V, Stogsdill, J, Faust. Row 2--P, Sump, J.
A Club are: Row 1--S, Wilson, J, Schooler, D, Harper, J, Whalen.
FBL Prepares Members
for orld of Business
Rolla High's Future Business Leaders of America
KFBLAJ sent the third largest delegation of schools
attending the district FBLA contest in Ellisville, Mo.
this year. Those going from Rolla included Jeanne Schoo-
ler, candidate for Miss FBLAg Pat Sump, Lorraine
Cunningham, Virginia Stogsdill, spellingg Shelia Blue,
awards commentatorg Dianne Carr, Judy Whalen, dele-
gatesg and Mr. Don Weaver, Mr. Don Wi1kinson,sponsors.
Goals of the organization include preparing inter-
ested students for the business world and helping them
to become better citizens.
PRESIDENT . . . . Shelia Blue
VICE-PRESIDENT . . . Virginia Stogsdill
SECRETARY . . . . Sandra Wilson
SGT.-AT-ARMS . . . . Sharon Glenn
SPONSORS . . . . Mr. Don Wilkinson, Mr. Don Weaver
Mrs. Pat Havens
Future Farmers a.re: Row 1--B, Smith, G, Black, R.
Chitwood, L, Perry, D, Hills, D, Feeler, J. Greig, Mr.
Smith. Row 2--J, Tankersley, E, Lortz, G, Wagoner,
J, Francis, B, Rees, G, Haas, C, Baker, D, Grisham,
J, Fleming, R, Heck, R, Cox, C, Barnes, E,Davis,
A. Sachs, R. Pogue. Row 3--T, Turner, R, Harris,
J, Hunt, J, Williams, C, Montgomery. Row 4--B, Rush,
D, McCracken, M, Williams, R, Shyles, L, Montgomery,
A, Hughes, W, Maxwell, C, Allison, R, Chitwood, A,
Johnson. Row 5--A, Arthur, P, Ford, M, Hall, G, Doerr,
J, Arthur, J, Dillon, A, Harlan, R, Davis, M, Davis, K,
Davis, D, Rush. Row 6--R, Hildreth, J, Green, A, Salts,
D, Arthur, M, Poeppelmeyer, D, Williams, K, Davis,
S, Adams, R, Reese, D, Tucker.
Outstanding FFA boys
tion from sponsor
James Smoth at their
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Rush, Bunny Merrit, Bob Smith, Julie Sturgeon, Linda
Cook, and David Feeler.
FFA Wins Many Awards
Barnwarming, wilder and gayer than ever, was fur-
ther enhanced by the coronation of Julie Sturgeon as
the Future Farmers of America sweetheart in November.
A dance was held in the vocational agriculture and shop
building after the "green hands" fnew membersj were
initiated to help them get acquainted with old members.
Future Farmers attended district, state, and national
conventions as well as entering and winning serveral
agricultural contests. A National FFA DairyCattle Trophy
was won by Dan Rush, David Feeler, and Denzil Hills,
Robert Smith was named State Chapter Farmer, Larry
Perry, Star Chapter Farmer. State FFA Gold Medals
were awarded to Ronald Chitwood Cpublic speakingJgLa.rry
Perry Cdairy productsjg David Phelps Cfield cropsbg David
Williams, Steve Adam, William Rush Csoilsj.
Not only did FFA boys sponsor barnwarming and a
parent-son banquet in the spring, but they also voluntarily
assumed responsibility for the upkeep of Lions Memorial
Football Field and the landscaping of a hillside at the
rear of Rolla Senior High.
Club leaders were: Bob Smith, presidentg David
Feeler, vice-president, Ronald Chitwood, secretary5Denzi1
Hills, treasurer, George Black, sentinel, Larry Perry,
chaplain, and Jack Fleming, parliamentarian.
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Mrs. Retha Castleman, sponsor, demonstrates the art of
flower arranging as Bob Harlem, the only male student
in the home economics department, looks on.
Future Homemakers are: Row l--L, Happel, B. Glid-
well, P, Agee, W, Keeney, P, Curtis, J. Penfie1d,S,
Knight, Mrs. Castleman. Row 2--N. White, P, Bowers,
P, Hensley, P, Greckson, J, Andeiecke, L, Matlock, L.
A regional meeting entitled "Neighbors Near and
Far" highlighted this yea.r's accomplishments of the
Future Homemakers of America CFHAJ. One hundred
girls from the local chapter attended the conference
at Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. in October.
Other activities of Rolla's young homemakers in-
cluded building a fourth-place homecoming float, sewing
bags for Vietnamese children, and holding a Mother-
Daughter banquet in May.
Pearl Agee served as president of FHA, which
seeks to improve personal, family, and commlmity liv-
ing. Barbara Glidwell acted as vice-president, Beverly
Rogers as secretary, and Penny Curtis as parliamen-
The Betty Crocker Homemaker Award for excel-
lence in the field of vocational home economics was
received by Dianne Myers.
Jacobs, L, Loughridge, P, Masterson. Row 3--J, Jordan,
T, Harris, G, Turner, J, Kidwell, B, Hendrix, B, Black,
K. Prouty, C. Shivers, W. Bell, A, Harland, V. Wagner.
Art Club members are: Row 1--K, Glenn M, Crow, J. Groves. Row 3--D, Scott, A, Jones, L, Burns, L,
J, Groves, T, Vaughn, K, Tucker. Row 2--C,Heag1er, Brown.
P, Martin, D, Jones, L. Leitner, Mr. Kaley,C, Hayes,
El Arte Club Visits Art Museum
Mr. Orville Kaley, Sponsor, and members of Art
Club stuff napkins in a pink heart-shaped back-
drop for the Growler Dance in February.
A trip to the St. Louis Art Museum highlighted the
E1 Arte Club calendar of events this year. Other ac-
tivities included designing programs for football and bas-
ketball games, painting posters for the Homecoming Dance
and helping with decorations for various other dances.
Students interested in obtaining a better background
in art and desiring to further their interest in the subject
are welcomed as members of the club.
Leading the group as president was Tricia Vaughn.
Other officers were: Mike Crow, vice-presidentg Kathy
Tucker, secretary, and Richiiarris, treasurer. Mr. Orville
Kaley spent his first year at Rolla High as sponsf'
Lettermen Honored at Banquet
Selling booster ads for the football programs was
the main project of Lettermen's Club this year. With
the help of Pep Squad, the club earned over S300 in this
During the University of Missouri basketball season
R, H, S, Lettermen were in charge of the concession
stand for all home games.
Escorts for the Pep Squad fashion show were in-
terested boysg they also assisted in "setting up" for the
Two honorary members for the club were selected
by the Lettermen at the end of the year at the annual
athletic banquet in May.
Lettermen are: Row 1--L, Miller, M, Crow, M, Klinker-
man, J. Dalton, S, Molloy, D, Wilson, H. Harvey, B.
Murphy, M, Bell, J, Parker. Row 2--S, Haas, B, Berry,
L, Brown, P, Davidson, M, Jones, B, Pendleton, M,
During homecoming activities, members served as drivers
and escorts for the royal court. Dennis Wilson is pic-
tured waxing one of the cars for the parade.
Crain, H, Siebert, J, Wiggins, D. Roberts, G, Chick. Row
3--J, Jensen, L, Chrisco, B. Thomas, D, Morford, L.
Frank, J. McCracken, G, Henry, and T. Mudrovich.
Teenagers who enjoy chess as a leisure-time activity 'ire Row 1 A Peplow B Elliott Row 2 F Young D
Denny, S. Cave. D. Peplow. and D. Tucker.
Chess Club Has Eleven Members
"The sport of kings and the king of sports"
. . . .this is the belief of Rolla High chess players
who meet each Thursday morning at the school to
enjoy the kingly game of chess.
Chartered in 1964, Chess Club now boasts a
membership of eleven. Their major activity was
playing in a tournament in the spring with the St,
James Chess Club. Now in their second year at
RHS, they plan to expand their club and enter several
tournaments in the next few years.
Frances Young served as president, while other
officers were Barbara Hendrix, vice-presidentg A-
manda Peplow, secretaryg and David Peplow, trea-
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Columbia, Mo., are: Row 1--M. N, Masters, B, Kennedy, A, Fleming, Mrs. J, W, Bradford, Mrs. P, Shumate
Girls' and Boys' State
Selected as alternates to go if delegates couldn't, were: P, Tucker, L, Byers, Mrs. J, W, Bradford, Mrs. P
Row 1--B, Elliott, K, Barr, L, Powers. Row 2--K, Roberts, Shumate.
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Meeting deadlines was the biggest problem of Growler
staff members: Row 1--J. Wade, editor, P, Elliott,
business staff, B, Whaling, business mgr. Row 2--R,
Powell, circulation mgr.g J, Hatfield, ad. Staff, J, Bren-
neisen, organizations ed., J. Null, assoc. ed.g S, Leon-
ard, advertising mgr.g Lane Proctor, ad. staff. Not
pictured: T. Martin, photographer, S, Blue, S, Daniells,
P, Sump, class editors, R, Curnutte, sports ed., M.
Stevenson, ad. staff, Mrs. B, Tryon, advisor.
Growler Is Never-Ending job
Editor Jane Wade jots down a cutline for ayear-
book picture. Her job was to plan and coordinate
work on the 1966 Growler.
School-life pictures, colorful facts, interesting head-
lines--these are the ingredients the yearbook staff tried
to put into the 1966 GROWLER, They worked at a seemingly
never-ending job, starting in August before school com-
menced and working until well after graduation in May.
A mock-up of the book was compiled first to show
exactly how much copy was needed, the kind of pictures,
and desired layout of each page. Photos were then
taken, copy and headlines were written, and layouts were
pasted up. The year 1966 at Rolla High was printed, its
story was told in pictures and words by the GROWLER
In October, five staff members attended a year-
book workshop in Springfield to learn new techniques.
To balance the budget, advertising sales zoomed to an
all-time high for RHS of 26 pages, and students paid
S5 instead of S4 for THE GROWLER, This brought it
into line with increased publishing costs. Over 475
books were sold.
The annual Growler Dance in February went Hcon-
temporary" with a "Growler A Go-Go" theme. A year
of taking pictures, writing copy, and rushing to meet
deadlines ended when final layouts were sent to press in
Students Get Bi-Weekly Echo Free
Photographer Tara Martin spends many hours in the
darkroom printing pictures for ECHO and GROWLER,
Journalists who write, edit and distribute the RHS news-
paper are: Row 1--J, Hatfield, reporter, P, Elliott,
bus. mgr.g B, Whaling, bus. staff. Row 2--J, Brenneisen,
reporter, C. Hayes, co-editor, S. Leonard, reporter,
K. Tucker, RHS news bureau ed. Not Pictured: P. Oakes,
Factual news, unusual features, colorful sports,
forceful editorials--these were the lifeblood of the ROLLA
HI ECHO, the school newspaper.
Published 18 times during the school year, the
ECHO was distributed without charge to approximately
800 students, faculty, townspeople, and advertisers.
Staff members started from "scratch't--assign-
ments were posted by the co-editors Ceach co-editor
had responsibility for alternate issuesj, or news tips
were obtained from teachers or classmates. Reporters
gathered facts by interview, observation or research,
and then compiled the information into a newspaper
After being copyread for accuracy, stories were
taken to the printer to be set in type. Proofs of the
stories were checked by proofreaders, pasted on pages
by editors, and returned to the printer for publication.
Although distribution of the ECHO ended the cycle, it
also signaled the start of another round of assignments,
writing, and editing, Even as the circulation manager
licked and pasted the last stamp on a folded ECHO for
mailing, reporters were tapping out news for the next
co-editor, C, Williams, feature ed., M, Patterson, sports
ed., R. Powell, P, Sump, S, Blue, D. Hill, reporters, L.
Proctor, L, Roberts, photographers, Mrs. B, Tryon,
Muddy football games, exciting basketball compe-
tition Cincluding lst in the Central Missouri Conferencej,
a successful track season, rained-out baseball games,
and a winning golf team . . . these we remember as the
highlights of the 1965-66 sports season at RHS.
1965 football team members are: Row 1--D, Marek, S
Haas, H, Harvey, L, Kitchens, D, Drew, J, Wiggins, A.
Brummell, J, Stites, L. Miller, D, Wilson. Row 2--B
Angerman, T. Stevens, L, Brown, D, Tucker, M, Myers
G, Chick, B. Murphy, D, Kitchens, M. Jones. Row 3--M
Team football players listen attentively as Coach O'Nea.l
gives pointers on an upcoming game.
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P. Manis, M, Estey, J,McCutchen,M,Ne1son, R. Mitchum,
D. Glenn, M, Fuller.
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Through rain, mud, and cold and hot temperatures,
the Rolla Senior High football team trudged through the
1965 gridiron season, emerging with a 4-win, 6-loss
Although 85 total points for the season, 102 average
yards per game, 42.8 per cent passes completed, and
1,508 total offensive yards gained are not impressive
statistics, they are very respectable when this year's
schedule is considered.
Rol1a's 1965 Bulldogs played the roughest, toughest,
most skilled competitors the school has ever faced on
the football field according to most observers, Besides
the talented teams of the CEMO Conference Uefferson
City, Columbia, Sedaliaj, they also battled Cfor the first
tirnej the big boys of Northwest High School in St. Louis,
Jefferson City's Helias High School, and the Glendale
Falcons of Springfield.
The Bulldogs captured 4th place in the Central
Missouri Conference this year in spite of the rough
August 15 marked the
beginning of summer
practice sessions. Jim
Jensen, Hugh Harvey,
and Lucius Kitchens
were among the football
players who trained for
the forthcoming season.
Following the instruc-
tions of Coaches Cal-
white and Brown, foot-
ball athletes Jim Jen-
sen and Delmar Drew
practice a blocking
technique as another
team member, Gary
Chick, looks on.
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Has Tough Season
1966 Season's Record
Jefferson City 45
Northwest fSt. Louisj 22
Helias Ueff Cityj 21
Glendale QSpringfie1dy 19
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The Iockerroom became the scene for many pre-football
game lectures by Coach O'Nea1.
Running through their many football plays was only part
of the team's summer work-out program.
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G. Taylor, G. Henry, L, Frank, C. Franklin, Crow, D. Roberts Not pictured--Assistant
D. Morford Row 2--Coach P, Simmons, B. Coach R, West
Pendleton, D. Riden, M. Jones, M. Crain.
Dogs Take First in CEMO Conference
Coach Paul Simmons 1965-66 Bulldogs
. . . a team of champions. This squad, the
most successful in over 10 years at RHS,
captured first place in the CEMO conferenceg
placed one man, Don Morford on the All-State
honorable mention line-up: included four
among All-District players Clvlorford, lst team:
Frank, 2nd team, Henry and Franklin, honor-
able mentionbg and placed all five starters' in
All-Conference berths ClVlorford, co-captaing
Henry, Frank, Frankling and Crain, honorable
Losses to the small but respectable
teams of Houston, St. James, Buffalo, and
Waynesvilleg a close 4-point defeat by Col-
umbiag and 2nd place rather than lst in the
Lebanon tournament were the only blemishes
on Rolla's near-perfect record. The 'Dogs
average score per game of 62 overshadowed
by 14 points their opponents' average of 48.
Rolla's starting five Call seniors!--G. Henry
M. Crain, L. Frank, D. Morford, C. Frank-
Proud winners of the Rolla lnvitatlon tourney are Mike B111 Pendleton Larry Fra.nk,Corky Franklin Ga.ryTay1or
Crain, Gary Henry, Don Morford Coach Paul Slmmons, David Kitchens Mike Jones
Dogs Place F1rst 1n Wn Tourney
"Good game, boys,"
Coach Paul Simmons
seems to be saying af-
ter the Bulldogs chalk
up another victory in
their own tournament,
by defeating Crocker
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Bill Voight, Roger Guerin, Don Williams and Ron Mitchum.
Qsottomy Gary Haas, John Schwaneke, Jim Wo11ard,Mike Serrrer Forward Gery Henry gets reeey fo put inthe
Lewis, and Ted Authur. hole against Crocker here, in Ro11a's
Coach Paul Simmons stops the clock to discuss possible ways of adding to the Bulldogs trophy collection
in the championship game of the Rolla tournament.
Enjoying their share of a ffgood luck" cake from Pep
Squad before their CEMO championship game with Mexico,
are Mike Crain, Larry Frank, Paul Busby, and Mike
Gary Henry, 6'1", jumps to add 2
points for Rolla as 6'11" Don Mor-
ford, tallest player in RHS history,
waits for the rebound.
Dogs End Season with 23-6 Record
1965-66 Basketball Scores
Lebanon . . . . 38 72
Salem . . . . 50 68
Houston ......... 55 62
HOUSTON TOURNAMENT 2nd Place
Waynesville ....... 45 64
Columbia . . . . 57 68
Jefferson City . . . . 44 45
Sullivan ......... 68 88
Hannibal ......... 59 69
ROLLA TOURNAMENT lst Place
St. James ........ 63 44
Mexico . . . 63
Columbia ........ 57
Houston ......... 57
Hannibal ......... 57
Seclalia . . . 57
Buffalo . . . . . 55
Sedalia .... . . 56
Jefferson City ....... 54
Mexico ......... 59
CLASS L REGIONAL TOURNAMENT
Bulldog Gary Frank trles desperately for a basket durmg the game agamst C0lUmb12hG1'E5 on January 28
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vens, S, Argo, J, Wiggms, M Jones, D Kltchens B 3 Coach F O'Neal, B Mams, D R1den, G Haas
Murphy. Row 2--D, W11l1ams R M1tchum, B Berry M Nelson,M Fuller, T Arthur L Brown
Mile relayers Bob
Berry and Eddie
Bartley give the
extra burst of speed
needed to defeat
Waynesville on April
Gary Chick skims over the bar to win pole vault competition in ahome meet
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tentively as Coach O'Neal
and Coach Brown give
Ron Mitchem and Terry Stevens successfully complete
the pass in a mile relay.
All-district trackman Gary Chick
crosses the finish line to complete
a mile relay.
Waiting for events to begin in the Waynesville meet
at Rolla are future RHS cheerleaders Sharon Lough-
ridge, Brenda Kennedy and Karen Pauley.
R.H.S. Places 2nd in
John Wiggins displays the style with which he broke
the school record by throwing a 49' 10 1f4" shot
put to sophomore shot putter Dale Riden.
A11-District runners Gary Chick and Mark Klmkerman
get ready to compete against each other in practice
CEMO Meet at Columb1a
1966 Season's Record
CEMO Conference at Columbia:
Springfield Open House:
Lebanon!Cherryvil1e at Rolla:
Jeff. CityfCan'1denton at Jeff:
Capital City Relays:
Waynesvil1e!Ro1la at Rolla:
Rolla!!-Ielias at Jeff:
CEMO outdoor at Hannibal:
District outdoor at Springfield:
lst Jeff. City
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Rolla's golfers include: T. Friedericks, M. Estey. I. McCracken. B. Thomas, J. McCutchen, B. Cottingham. D. Lytle
K. Koboldt, M. Crow.
1966 Golf Record
SMS RELAYS Q2OteamsJ
RHS golfers again placed near the top in state-
wide competition by capturing 8th place in the Missouri
State High School Golf Tournament.
The team, sparked by lettermen Benny Thomas,
Bill Cottingham, David Lytle, and Jim McCracken, and
coached by Dwaine Miles, won two matches with Jeffer-
son City and Union, plus one with Dixon.
Practice makes perfect accordmg to Davld I ytle
Golfers Earn 8th 1n State
Lettermen-B111 Cottingham and Benny Thomas complete practlce puts Benny, A11
fonference was ranked in the top f1ve golfers 1n the state
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OPPOSING TEAM ROLLA
Lebanon . .
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St. James .
Sullivan . .
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Rained-out games hampered Rol1a's baseball team this
year. Players are: Row l--B, Pendleton, K, Gremp, D,
Feeler, G, Henry, L, Chrisco, J, Schwaneke, D, Brandt,
J. Waters. Row 2--C, Franklin, L. Frank, M, Crain,
G, Sherman, B, Angerman, L, Allison, M, Lewis, R,
Carl Franklin refines his pitching technique during prac-
Duncan. Row 3--R, Seper, B, Hart, M, Chute, S, Whit-
ney, G, Case, B, Voight, R, Guerin, M, Raines. Row
4--Coach R, West, R, Sandhaus, D, Henry, D, Glenn,
Managers--H, Siebelt, D, Roberts, D, Giacomarra.
Coach Roy West, who taught in a professional baseball
school last summer, watches a practice session.
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An intramural volleyball tournament in February
highlighted the girls sports program during 1965-
66. Physical activity for girls was concentrated in
daily gym classes which offered everything from
tennis, archery, and bowling to gymnastics and tumbl-
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Rolla Fans Rate High in Sportsmanship
Holla fans, coaches, and athletes earned
an outstanding 1,01 sportsmanship rating for
the 1965-66 football season from the Missouri
State High School Activities Association. Rat-
ings, whi ch were determined by reports from
officials participating in games, range from
"1" to with "1" representing outstand-
ing and "5" denoting poor
Standards were based on the players'
respect toward officials and opponents,
sportsman-like conduct and attitude of the
coaches, cooperation of the cheerleaders,
sportsmanship of the fans, proper supervision
by school administration, and moral tone on
and off the field.
The challenge of learning . . . the boredom of
homework . . . fun with classmates . . . an inspiring
lecture . . . these we remember as the academic side
of Rolla High.
Goals of our academic program include prepara-
tion of students for immediate employment, college, a
specific job, or post-high school technical training.
Eighty-four subjects are taught in 161 class sections
by 42 teachers. Rolla's curriculum is rated among the
best in the state. Schedules are based on a 6-hour day,
with 18 112 units required for graduation.
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Forward-looking citizens who served as members of the retary to superintendent. Row 2--John Morris, treasurerg
BOARD OF EDUCATION include: Row l--Dr. Robert Dewayne Williams, secretaryg James Jenseng and Robert
Russellg Superintendent Robert Atking Charles Sands, Conyers, vice-president.
presidentg Dr. E. E. Feindg Miss Maxine Henley, sec-
ROBERT ATKIN completed his second
year as Superintendent of Rolla Public
Assistant Superintendent RAY L,
MILLER has served in education for
41 years, 34 of them here,
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RONALD COMPTON, principal of Rolla
Senior High, came here in September
Assistant Principal MILTON ARNOLD
has been at Rolla High for '7 years,
School Bond Passes
Passage of a S695,000 bond issue, completion of
plans for expansion of Rolla's school facilities, and
initiation of a vocational training program stand out as
the major accomplishments of the 1965-66 Board of
Rol1a's Board of Education and school adminis-
trators succeeded in gaining approval of a S695,000
bond issue by a landslide 9-to-1 majority vote this
year. Provisions were made for a 374,442 addition to
the high school to include a new library, several class-
rooms, and improved guidance facilities.
In addition, S128,366 is to be used for remodeling
Eugene Field Elementary School into a vocational train-
ing center. Practical courses such as auto mechanics,
carpentry, and radio and television repair, willbe offered.
Completion of a two-year evaluation of Rolla High
by the North Central Association, placed RHS 'fon top
of the heap" with no major weaknesses to be corrected.
Minor improvements are being made based on committee
Dianne Myers, Mary Ahland, and Bill Anger-
man take advantage of library facilities to
complete an assignment before going to class.
MISS GEORGIA KIDD
p t Librarian
B.S., Northeast Mo.
MRS. RUBY ROBERTS
Director of Guidance
B.S., Southwest Mo.
Masters, U. of Mo.
B.S., Southeast Mo.
Masters, U. of Mo.
Rolla High's guidance program was ex-
panded this year to include a full-time trather
than part-time! counselor as well as a di-
rector of guidance. Counselors at RHS try to
help students with their educational, voca-
tional, and personal problemsg and assist
them in understanding their abilities, apti-
tudes, interests, and attitudes Information,
based on various tests given students during
their school careers, is filed with permanent
records in the Guidance Department as an aid
in choosing a vocation. Catalogs on colleges
and job opportunities are also available to help
Rolla teenagers plan their futures.
The high school library, Where students
could study or check out one of the 5,000
books, was enlarged at the end of the year
when approximately 500 additional volumes
were ordered, Library selections include fic-
tion, non-fiction, references, and other ma-
terials for use in preparing class assign-
ments or reading for pleasure.
Secretaries Help Students
Rolla High's two full-time secretaries
handle everything from bookkeeping, ticket
selling, and attendance records, to calls from
parents, mail distribution, and mimeographing
tests In addition, student assistants are nor-
mally assigned to help with routine clerical
Work or run errands.
Located in the Administration Building,
the secretary to the superintendent consoli-
dates reports and requirements of the Senior
High, Junior High, and Elementary Schools
and keeps central files on all important
MISS MAXINE HENLEY
Secretary to Superintendent
MRS. PEGGY KALEY
Secretary to Principal
MRS. LINDA WITYK
High School Secretary
there only part of year?
MRS. SADIE MUELLER
Secretary to Principal
Chere only part of yearl
MRS. MARY LOU MORRISON, High School
there only part of yearb
Students crowd the main lobby at
the beginning of school to get locks
for their lockers from the office
MRS. BONNIE MILES
Shorthand, Gen. Busi-
B.S., Southwest Mo.
Typing, Bus Law,
Economics, Sales, Ad-
A.B., Adams State Col-
MRS. PAT HAVENS
Typing, Clerical Prac-
tice, Secretarial Prac-
B.S., Southeast Mo.
DONALD J. WEAVER
Marketing, Mgt., Bookkeeping, Retailing, Typing
B.S., Southwest Mo. State
U. of Mo: Drury
B.S., Northeast Mo. State
Masters, U, of MO,
Practical courses, including every-
thing from economics, business law, and
marketing, to bookkeeping, typing, and
clerical practice were offered by the
Business Education Department this year.
A total of 545 students enrolled in the 21
available business courses
Field trips to court and local busi-
ness, as well as on-the-job experience
gained through the C.O.E. and teachers-
assistant program helped improve student
concepts of skills and attitudes needed
for success in the business world
Enrollment in the six sections of typing of
fered this year climbed to Well over 180
Cleveland believes, as do
other RHS musicians, that
Self-evaluation by students is an integral part
of the philosophy of the Fine Arts Depart-
ment. Art teacher Orville Kaley helps artists
Alfred Jones, Louis Smart, and Dru Thomas
critique their posters.
Band, Orchestra, Mu-
B.S., Northeast Mo SiCTheo1'y
C ho i r, Humanities
Fund, of Music
State B.S., M.A., Northeast
Fine Arts Are Emphasized
Since fine arts are interwoven in all as-
pects of life, from paintings on the Walls to
music that is played, Rolla' students were
given guidance in meaningful cultural experi-
ences to help them understand the place of fine
arts in their lives They played in the band
and orchestra, sang with the choir, painted
Enrollment reached 386 in the ll dif-
ferent courses given A new class, Humani-
ties, was offered for the first time to help
students understand and appreciate fine arts
Art 1, 11,111
Oklahoma State U.
B.S., Eastern Ill. U.
MRS. NANCY LYTLE MRS. PEGGY ANN MRS. ROSE M.
BEVERIDGE CROOIVI ALLEY
L9-'fin French German
A-B., IVIOIIHWOUU1 A.B., Arkansas B.S., Allegheny
College University College
Grad- Work, U. of Heidelburg University
162 Study Foriegn Languages
Three foreign languages were offered at
Rolla High School: Latin, French, and German.
Class enrollments this year climbed to 69 in
French I - IV, 49 in Germanl - IV, and 44 in
Latin I - IV.
The study of these languages, whether
classical or modern, was designed so indi-
viduals could understand and appreciate the
basic structure, vocabulary, and culture ofthe
people and country they represent
Courses included basic understanding
and speaking during the first two years, and
composition and reading of literary works
during the third and fourth years.
Dressing in costumes, eating typical Roman
foods, and studying early Roman customs,
helped these students understand the Latin
language a little better.
Hom e economics
Senior Ruth Miller
W hi c h s h e h a s
antiqued The pro-
cess, which in-
volves the use of P fig
varnish on artifi- 1
cial flowers, is new
to the department
Home EC Teaches Basic Skills
Child Care, Home
Nursing, Home Ec, MRS. MARY
Reupholstering furniture and painting the
home economics room were activities of a
new class which specialized in home furnish-
ing and decorating. Other units were de-
signed to meet the home and family needs of
the 118 girls and one boy taking home ec
Emphasis was placed on developing de-
sirable habits, attitudes, and ideas which will
help students become more effective home-
makers and managers. Some classes visited
Rolla homes to observe homemaking techni-
quesg others studied everything from basic
Furn, gl Decor ANDERSQN cooking and child care to sewing.
B.S., Oklahoma Col- Food Si Clothing
lege for Women B.S., lVI.S., Kans as
U. of Mo. State U. lVI. Spurgeon and B. Ettlemen practice cooking skills.
Debate helps the
a better speaker
and more logical
ing to outstanding
Cave, Pat Rob-
erts, and Sue
VAN NOSTR AND
B.S., Southwest Mo.
MRS. THELIVIA MRS, FRANCES IVIRS. VELIVIA Journalism, Publica-
CAVE HENRY JENSEN tions
English III English III E nglish Literature, B.S., C entral Meth-
A.B., Drury College A.B., Carleton World Literature odist
1VI.A., U of Mo. College B.S., U, of Mo. Grad. Work, U, of Mo.
Fundamentals of good grammer are being
studied by Nancy Howden and her classmates
Language arts covered everything from
speech, drama, debate, and journalism, to
literature and English The departments goal
was to create more effective readers, writers,
listeners, talkers, and thinkers
Enrollment in speech, drama, and de-
bate classes totaled 106 this yearg with 45 in
journalism coursesg and 638 taking English
WILSON MRS. PAT
English II WoLFoRD
St. Joseph Jr. College, Speech, Debate,
U. of Mo. Drama
St. Joseph LawSchool, B.S., Arkansas State
Lincoln U. College
The exciting world of the microscope
is explored by biology student Valerie
Otis.. Modern scientific equipment is
available for use in RHS laborator-
ies and classrooms.
252 Study Science
Biology, chemistry, and physics were
the main stays of the Science Department
curriculum. Two hundred fifty-two enrolled
in science courses this year.
Understanding of living organisms was
stressed in biology classes with a majority
of time in courses such as BSCSSM CBiologi-
cal Science Curriculum Study--Special Ma-
terials! and BSCS CBiological Science Cur-
riculum Studyl spent conducting laboratory
Chemistry courses were laboratory
oriented as well with emphasis being placed
on the principles of chemical reactions and
LELAND VVOM ACK
BILL BRENT Biology, BSCS,
B.S., U of Mo. A.B., Central
NLS., U of Mo., Rolla Methodist
CHARLES A. MARCOTT
B.S., lXfI.S., Central Mo.
State, U. of Wyoming
Drafting, Gen. Shop,
Elec., Eng Draw.
B.S., Central Mo. State
JAMES R. SMITH
Voc, Agriculture, Weld-
ing, Farm Mgt., Elec.
B.S., M.A,, U. of Mo.
Industrial Arts, Agriculture Give Valued Skills
Drafting, Woodworking, power me-
chanics, electricity, and welding are the basic
areas covered by the 192 students participat-
ing in the Industrial Arts program this year.
Many practical skills were learned which will
be of value to boys who choose engineering
or a related field as a career, or the fellow
who enjoys building "do-it-yourself" home
The Vocational Agriculture curriculum
stressed the scientific approach to livestock
and crop production, as well as developing
welding and electrical Wiring skills. Enroll-
ment included 44 Ag students and 19 farm
management and welding students
Close to 60 10th, 11th, and 12th graders are
enrolled in general and machine Woodworking
classes which concentrate on Wood finishing,
carpentry, furniture design, upholstery, etc.
Future carpenters, mechanics, and
engineers have an opportunity to
learn the meticulous art of drafting
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Social studies classes help students un-
derstand themselves and the World they
Social Studies Teach Citizenship
World History, ECO-
B.S., American U.
NLS., Purdue U.
A.B., B.S., Arkansas
Psychology, XV o r l d
B.S., Wisconsin U,
Social studies classes at Rolla High tal-
lied a daily attendance of 661 Teenagers
attended to gain an understanding of the his-
tory, organization, and function of our social,
economic, and political systems.
Classes covered subjects ranging from
history, psychology, geography, and family
relations, to sociology, contemporary issues,
government, and economics.
Curiosity about human behavior was en-
couraged in psychology class and the family
relations course was concerned with the prob-
lems of youth. History covered the past While
geography and contemporary issues dealt with
world cultures and the problems of today.
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George Richards, instructor, explains the
properties of three-dimensional figures
Geometry, Functional Math
B. S. , U. of Mo.
M. S. , U. of Mo. , Rolla
Algebra, Geometry, Term.
B.S., U. of Mo.
M.S., U. of Mo., Rolla
Algebra, Physics, Trig 81
B.S., U. of Mo.
to a Modern Introductory Analysis class.
Reaches 362 S A
Although all math courses are elective
in grades 10 through 12, enrollment in Matheg
matics Department courses totaled 362. Al-
gebra, geometry, mathematics and trigonome-
try were the principal subjects offered.
ical education classes
Gym Classes Take Part in National Physical
MRS. RUTH BALLENGER
Girls' Phys Ed.
B.S., Southeast Mo. State
Football Coach, Track
Coach, Am. Hist.
B.S., Southeast Mo. State
Basketball Coach, World
l B.S., Southwest Mo. State
Masters, Drury College
Drivers Training, Ath-
B.S., Southeast Mo. State
ROY JAMES WEST
Baseball Coach, Phys. Ed.
B.S., Southwest Mo. State
B.S., Southwest Mo. State
Rhythms are an integ-
ral part of girls' phys-
Daily practice in team competition, exercises, and
individual sports helps RHS students develop physical
fitness, sportsmanship, and athletic skill.
Archery, volleyball, bowling, tumbling, tennis,
badminton, and other team and individual sports were
included in the physical education and athletic pro-
gram at Rolla High. Two hundred sixty-two boys
and 114 girls were enrolled this year.
Both boys' and girls' gym classes took part
in national physical fitness tests. Students earned
112 unit of credit for participation this year Cone
unit of physical education is required for gradua-
Major sports such as football, baseball, bas-
ketball, track, golf, cross-country, a.nd volleyball,
had at least one coach with experience in that
sport so that participants had a chance to learn the
best methods and techniques of the sport.
Mrs. June Harper, school nurse, emphasizes the
importance of preventive medicine in maintain-
ing good health. She keeps a detailed health rec-
ord on each RHS student.
Nurse, Cafeteria Staff, Custodians,
Health care and cafeteria service were
expanded during 2nd semester when a full-
time nurse Went on duty and a dietitian was
added to the staff. Nursing services were
formerly available only on a part-time basis,
no dietitian was employed.
Cafeteria Workers included: B, Stebbins,
J, Glenn, E, Spencer, A, Campbell, G,
Breeden, L, Lambeth, Mace, C, Shultz,
and L. Steen. Custodian for the cafeteria was
Approximately 1, 200 persons ate in the Jun-
ior High and Senior High cafeterias each
day. Senior High students Cbelovvbvvere served
cafeteria-style and carried their food on
trays to tables.
Mrs. Glee Kincannon, dietitian, divides
her time between the Junior and Senior
High cafeterias. She supervises and plans
This was the last year at RHS for
veteran custodian Jeff Hawkins, who
retired after 32 years of service.
Custodians Wesley Ragan and Cecil Tyler talk with stu-
dent Larry Smallwood during class-time. Larry was ern-
ployed inthe school cafeteria under the C. O. E. program.
and Bus Drivers Serve Rolla Students
Rolla High students enjoyed a clean, well-
kept school and efficient bus service because
of a capable custodial staff and dependable
Cleaning, sweeping, mowing grass, re-
pairing furniture were only four ofthe many
tasks completed this year by custodians Cecil
Tyler, Jeff Hawkins, Ray Henry, Kenneth
Jones, and Wesley Ragan
Busses ran practically every day this
year, covering an average of 7,983 miles per
bus. Only a few days were missed because
of heavy snow.
Like huge yellow elephants, Holla's fleet of
23 busses lumber into position behind the
school to pick up passengers for the trip
home. They traveled well over 183,600 miles
in covering their regular routes this year.
We remember close to 700 students . . . dragging
sleepily to school in the mornings . eating ahurried
lunch . . . going home after classes or downtown for a
These are our friends dressed in textured hose
and wearing straight, frosted hair in the classroom, or
donning a madras shirt and cut-off jeans for apicnic.
Meetings, jobs, homework, and other obligations limit the
time of today's teenagers. These are students, our friends
as they were in 1965-66 at Rolla High School.
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A favorite sophomore pastime--holding a bull session before school is enjoyed by Mike Fuller, Dale
Arthur, David Glenn, Jim Wollard and Rob Sandhaus.
wait to begin the Iowa
Test of Educational
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achievementj given in
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more gathering in the hall before school starts.
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The serious business of earning money for a "great" Junior-SeniorNProrn' was tackled with enihusiesm ,by f "
members of the Junior Class at a meeting in the gym.
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Show in April 1966.
, F iiiiii m i Mike Carglo
" '., '-, f X ,, T N' " 'ZZ Betty Carnahan
, -V I, A L Q Sue Carney
.,,. Q 5 ' H141 ,, k Q is V": 'il Terry Carney
i F aana i a i Shannon
m ay i . " Steve Chinoweth
, Gary Chick
in ela it F F .11, 9 , Janet Colvin
53' ":' - t' NN J ' -re 1Q12 zln Maxine Colvin
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55ZfffC J mf iii!-JW? X ef . F Lorraine Cunningham
, ZZZIV 1 1' ." Y - V ' V uxxx, 4 Edmond Davis
. ---: I '.. , .: ,X Ji V Roger Davis
X - , 'R " N Z 'X B 2' i' zzi li - Eddie Decker
,L mf' 5 Judy Decker
is a t- ggi, 3 Charles Dickman
In E Phyllis Edgar
si y Betty Elliott
4 4.6. Y . X A W gg I , 9 Judy Faust
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ii" 'EHEI N or 'A f u . Floyd Fields
' 1 Ann Flemming
L .ifivq i . I1 f .b,.b' l Zzu i i I n Steve Gable
4 r r C 'fri f , -. y ., a iff 'mold Gawler
' Ji- rf t ' 'A' "Y" -5' A ' -5 Oliver Grawe
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Entertam, Attend eetmgs
Paul Busby and Dusty Maine exchange Growler signatures. Mark Klinkerman and David Brant attend a class meeting
Elected to lead their class were: Bernard Bade, president, Mike Perry, vice-presidentg Kathy King, secretaryg
and BI'EI'1da Kennedy, tI'62lSllI'6I'.
unior Homecoming Float Is 2nd
Concentrating on studying is Tara Martin, a junior.
A forward-looking, energetic group, the 215
members of this year's junior class made their mark
on the records of RHS. The class of '67 excelled in
everything from sports C10 out of 13 track lettermen
were juniorsj to mathematics Cjuniors captured lst
and 2nd places in Math Association of America
awards competition at R1-ISD,
They completed numerous class projects in ad-
dition to planning the traditional Junior-Senior Prom.
In November, juniors organized a school hayride at
Bill Aaron's farm, and during the Rolla Basketball
Tournament Uanuary 11-151, they had charge of a
concession stand for every game. Another project to
make money for the Prom was the sponsoring of
"Lee Mace and his group" for a session of Ozark
Opry, at the high school.
"Pi1grim's Pride," a replica of an early Ameri-
can ship, won the juniors 2nd-place honors in the
Homecoming Parade in October. As a class, they also
participated in food drives sponsored by Key Club.
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EI1j0Yi1'1g the da-U09 are C- Halcomd and J- Greig- "Go-Go Girl" Myra Vaughn entertained at Growler.
Mary Alice Spurgeon
Mary Jane Stevenson
Terry Stevens -
uniors attended six 55 minute classes each day as d1d other Senior High stu-
dents Here they concentrate during a study period m Mr Poe's American
Starting with the discovery of America and conclud- their country under the guidance of Mr. Glenn Poe
ing with present day history, juniors studied about and Mr. Forrest O'Nea1.
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Juniors captured third in the Homecomingparadewith Seniors chose round rings last year. Juniors, this
"Pi1grim's Pride." ' '
year went back to the tradition of square rings.
Class of '66
Leslie Dean Adams
Gregory Lee Adam
Jerry L. Adam
Mary Patricia Ahland
Margaret Ann Ahland
Barbara Sue Alley
Lynn L. Allison
William Charles Angerman
Clyde Philip Angle
Gloria Jean Bailey
Seniors focus their attention on class sponsor Bill Brent as he explains senior-week activities.
Seniors Learn Civil Defense
Keeping score during the German Club-spon-
sored senior-faculty game, are Pat Davidson
and Mike Estey. Fans seated beside them are 1 .
Jim McCracken and David Lytle. For relaxation and to "get away" from stud
ies, seniors sip refreshments at a local
Senior Don Morford .struggles with Coach Ly-
man Brown for possession of the ball during
the annual Senior-Faculty game.
Sharon Lee Battle-y
Frank Warner Baxter
G. Mike Bell
Donald Wayne Bixler
George Douglas Black
Leona Faye Black
Shelia Mae Blue
Mary Jo Brenneisen
'66 Competes in Sc-:mor Faculty
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gym crowded with ex-
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Nancy Kay Briscoe
Roger Allen Brookshire
Jewel Fern Brown
Alan Gibson Brurnrnell
Paul Marvin Busby
Lela Marie Campbell
Dan Gibson Canfield
Robert Gerald Carney
Dianna Dee Carr
Michael W. Cleveland
Sports enthusiasts James Pfeifer, Mike Esser, Lee Miller, Alan Brummell, and Tom Mudrovich
enjoy a "pause that refreshes".
Sports, Dances, Occupy Seniors
. . . A staple here, a staple there , . . Barb
Alley seemingly put them everywhere while
decorating for a dance.
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Schooler and Mary Dee Hall have a little fun.
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Larry Lee Copeland
CEMO Basketball Champs
Are Senior Class Boys
June Lynn Corben
William Warren Cottingham
Roy Michael Cox
Mivhael Anthony Crain
Penny Marie Curtis
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"To the victor go the spoils . . .H compli-
ments of Eleanor Higley.
Ruth Ann Curtis
Jim Dale Dalton
Kenneth Leslie Davis
Kirk Wesley Davis
David Alan Downing
Delmer K. Drew
Patricia Ann Elliott
Michael J. Esser
David Arnold Feeler
Competition is keen as senior girls try to out-
shoot faculty members.
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Larry A. Frank
James William Feeler
Linda Ann Fenley
Jane Sue Fuchs
Mary Deborah Geers
Linda Sue Gideon
Sharon Elaine Glenn
Barbara Ann Glidewell
Carl Richard Gollahon
Mary A. Govier
Genevive Elizabeth Gre
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Abounds in R.H.S.
Soloist Kay York and accompanist enter-
tain at a student-sponsored style show.
Folk singing is a
favorite of RHS
seniors Mary Dee
Hall, Dru Thom-
1965-66 Betty Crocker award
winner Dianne Myers is con-
t gratulated by home ec teach-
W er Mrs. Hetha Castleman.
Jobs Held b 14? of Seniors
Senior-party goers relax between dances.
Judith Anne Hatfield
Class of '66
Harry Joseph Green
Jeffrey Martin Groves
John Robert Gruender
Steve L. Haas
Judy Ann Hall
Linda Sue Happel
Hugh Warren Harvey
Art teacher Orville Kaley playfully discusses a painting.
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Musicians Mike Cleveland, Dale Roach. Artist Dru Thomas.
Claude Millard Hawkings
Barbara Ann Hendrix
Linda Pat Hensley
Ronnie Dale Hildreth
Denzil Wright Hills
John Edwin Hollingsworth
Vicky J. Hubbard
Carl Raymond Franklin
William Gary Henry
Class of '66
Secretary . . .
Treasurer . .
Molloy Is Class President
. . . Steve Molloy
. . Lela Campbell
. Eleanor Higley
. . . . Pat Sump
. Donald J. Marek
. John Wiggins
Class meetings are
generally held in the gym
Class of '66
Fangie Edward Jones III
Alfred Lee Jones
Wanda May Keeney
Lucius W. Kitchens
Nancy Ann Laird
Robert David Larnb
George Lawrence Lee
Betty Wagner Lemasters
Steve Floyd Lernasters
Sharon Sue Leonard
Four Seniors Are Cheerleaders
Pat Roberts nibbles a hot dog While
on this ye-ar's senior picnic.
Mike E s ser pre-
pares to recite in
Kathleen Marje Love
William David Lytle
Gary L. Mace
James Ronald Maples
Donald Jay Marek, Jr.
Raymond L. Martinez
Pamela Elizabeth Mason
Seniors S. Blue and S. Leonard diligently
cut out red cupids for dance decorations.
Class of '66
10 Seniors Will Go
to Technical Schools
Signing in at the office after being absent
from school, Corky Franklin completes forms
which will admit him to class.
Seniors, waiting for civil defense lectures
to begin, take advantage of the lull to read,
study, or visit.
Sandy and Judy Wilson rush to class to beat
the early-morning bell.
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Class of '66
James Earl McCracken
John William Melton
Milton E. Mesko
David Allen Mesplay
J. Kent Miller
Leland Randolph Miller
Linda L. Miller
Ruth Cecilia Miller
Kerry Ann Milward
Carol Diane Mirly
Steve Montel Molloy
Ronald Mike Mowry
Donald Curtis Morford
Class of '66
Dianne Sue Myers
Judith Lynn Null
Pamela Ann Oakes
Shirley Ann O'Have r
Valerie Lou Otis
Gloria Gay Ousley
Johnny Gilbert Palmer
Michael G. Patterson
William Mark Pendleton
An impromptu party at the home of a senior gets everyone on the dance floor.
Seniors Swing at Spring Parties
Seniors were well represented during Horne-
coming festivities, Ben Thomas chauffeurs
queen candidate Eleanor Higleyand her escort,
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"livin, "--senior' picnic style.
Class Picnic Held at Meremc-:C
How dry they
Comfortable clothes make relaxing easy. their thiI'S'C-
soda helped quench
Classy of '66
Katherine M, Potter
Ruth Ann Powell
Caren Joyce Prouty
Jeanne Kay Raines
Floyd Thomas Rayle
Barbara Sue Reese
Barbara Jae Reynolds
Martyne Sue Riden
Charles O. Ritter
Warren Dale Roach
Dennis Randall Roberts
place to relax at the
senior class picnic,
but Dru Thomas
doesr1't S e e rn to
SSX of Class to Go to College
l Jean Marie Roberts
Patrick Kent Roberts
Derrel D. Howlan
Danny Lee Rush
Nancy L, Sachs
Jeanne Ann Schooler
Joyce loynell Schooler
James Anthony Siebelts
The "Class of 'GSH usually sits together
as a group in assemblies.
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Class of '66
Louis Cid Smart
Che ryl Sm ith Thornhill
Robe rt Eugene Sm ith
Ronald Eugene Spradling
Patricia Sue Sump
Edith M. Tapprneyer
Gary Lee Taylor
Benjamin Charles Thomas
Dancing Is a Favorite Pastime
Senior party celebrants included giggling
Eleanor Higley, Dennis Roberts and serious
Debbie Geers, Benny Thomas.
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Class of '66
Kenneth Charles Trossen
Michael Neal Tucker
Rhodora Kathleen Tucker
Kurtis Dean Vandergriff
Ralph Albert Vankirk
Richard Dale Vogeler
Jane Beverly Wade
Billy Earl Wagner
Planning strategy for defeating the teachers,
seniors rest during the half of the annual
senior -faculty basketball game.
Are Sports Enthusiasts
Ribbons and football
jerseys complete the
attire of senior girls
rooting for their
Vicki Ellen Wagner
, John Dalton Wiggins
The senior party in the spring meant
"goofing off' and good fun.
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George Aton Webber
Donna Kay Wehrneier
Judith Ann Whalen
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Sandra Kay Wilson
Kathryn Kay York
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Trying a robe for size, Hugh Harvey and
Jeanne Raines contemplate the future after
Baccalaureate Held Sunday, May 22
One hundred ninety-three graduating
seniors heard The Reverend Joseph Carlo,
Christ Church Episcopal, speak on "Your
Right to Dissent" at RHS Baccalaureate Ser-
vices, May 22 in the school auditorium.
Vocal music was provided by Soloist
Jean Roberts with Mrs. Bert Stanley as
accompanist. Others participating in the pro-
gram were The Reverend Harvey Tyler,
Ridgeview Christian Church finvocationlg The
Reverend Eldridge XV, Bartley., First Meth-
odist Church fscripturelg The Reverend Henry
Pratt, First Christian Church fbenedictionl
Organist was Mrs. Isabelle Estes, mar-
shals - Bob Berry, Mike Jonesg and ushers -
David Brandt, Steve Argo, James Jensen,
Bernard Bade, Eddie Bartley, Mike Lloyd,
Mark Klinkerman, Mike Perry, Larry Brown,
Mike Crow, Kenny Davidson, Bill Murphy,
Relatives and friends attend Baccalaureate Services honoring the class of '66.
Trying on gowns is a tedious yet exciting job.
The first two girls at RHS to top
their class in several years, sa-
lutatorian Drucilla Thomas and
valedictorian Mary Govier, each
maintained a near-perfect scholas-
tic record during their 4 years of
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Rolla, our town . . . We remember Pine Street,
sports cars, traffic lights, the University, pizza houses,
Frisco Pond, construction work, Phelps County Hospital,
the drive-in movie, a crowded swimming pool, 10th Street,
baseball, the new fire station, 159 hamburgers, and friend-
We remember Ro11a's merchants, our advertisers,
who enthusiastically support every school activity. They
reflect the wholesome spirit of our town, Rolla.
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Built in 1889, the Chance11or's Residence
of the University of Missouri at Rolla cost 55, O00
and was constructed for use as a dormitory. A house
of real dignity and charm, it is located at llth Sc
Look to "BLUE BONNE T" to look your BEST
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214 W. 8th Rolla, Mo.
Rolla owns the
only Diesel fire-
truck in the state of
Missouri. Here mem-
bers of the fire department fl 1
pose in front of the truck. Rolla
residents are proud of the fine coop-
eration shown by the fire department in l
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HTHIS IS THE MAN WHO DOES ALL THE
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR YOUR GROWLERH
HRolIa's Leading Photographern
203 East 6th Street 364-3413
STUDENTS HELP ROLLA
RHS students contributed to our community this
year by helping in the March of Dimes Campaign,
participating in the General Motors Green Pennant
Safety Program, and taking part in projects concern-
ing Viet Nam.
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AVA'S DRESS SHOP
"Distinctive And Excius ive
Sportswear - Dresses
Formais - Lingerie
IOO7 Rolla Street Rolla, Mo.
SAVINGS 8 LOAN ASSOCIATION
210 West IOth
"Save with a plan for the
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on the corner of 6th'X?Q1ive
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HILAND DAIRY, INC.
103 W. 10th Street Rolla, Missourl
RL 361+-IO24 Rolla, Mo.
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THE OLD STONE JAIL
R,H.S, students examine Ro11a's first stone
jail which was constructed in 1860 on the corner of
3rd and Main Streets.
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Meats - Frozen Foods
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810 Pine St. Ph. 364-1414
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Go where the action is--
your fine CARNEY THEATERS
We Remember Rolla- - -
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f Agi le , . elementary schools.
D I I is a More than 25 government agencies fcounty, state,
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5 A C U D ' n l TY -H 0 Three banks, four savings and loan companies
Rolla offers a lot to a.rouse one's interest and curiosity as
indicated by this sign on Highway 63 South.
Located in one of the most scenic sections of the
Ozarks, Rolla is a trade center for several counties in this
area. Unsurpassed in natural beauty, Phelps County Cwhere
Rolla is locatedj contains many interesting geological a.nd
historic features, as well as boasting more miles of fish-
ing streams than any other county in the state.
Settlers first came to the Rolla areain 1818, with the
city being officially founded in 1855 by Edmund Wa.rd
0 Twenty-five churches--18 denominations.
0 University of Missouri at Rolla
0 Almost 14, O00 population.
Q Seat of Phelps County.
, Seven city parks.
Bishop. The discovery of iron ore and the development of
the Meramec Iron Works near St. James brought the
"Frisco Branch" of the Southwest Railroad to Rolla.
Today, there are about 300 retail establishments in
Rollag and the U.S. Geological Survey, the Missouri Geo-
logical Survey, and the U.S. Bureau of Mines are located
here. Rolla does, indeed, have alot to arouse interest and
F O S T E R ' S B A K E R-Y '
HTastes AS Good As Home Madeln
Top Quality Appliances
Heating - Air Conditioning
TV - Only Top Lines Sold
Philco - Hoover
As, j- DUNLAP ELECTRIC CO.
o,,a5',,'-E1 lOO7 Pine sr. 364-2951
LL ."- "We service all equipment
Hwy 63 ,E , E, Rolla we sell"
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The Town, The School, The People
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UShoes For All The Famiiyu
Memorial plaque honoring those who serve their
country is located at the Court House.
HFor Service With A Smiieu
Shop at ....
816 Pine Ph. 361+-i248
Roiia's newest and finest
shoe store--buy here
with confidence! MCCALL
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RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES
Scottis Walgreen Drugs
8th and Pine St.
Scottis Books 81 Music
717 Pine St.
Repairs - Accessories
Batteries - Tires
Hwy 63 5 Olive Rolla, Mo.
VVILLIAMS SHOE STORE
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PHELPS COUNTY BANK
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Stock and Custom Engine Work
Cities Service Gasoline and
Speed and Power Equipment
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City Route 66 W. Rolla, Mo.
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DIEHL MONTGOMERY INC.
HDeal With Diehlu
625 W. 7th
OOOOIOO LOAN OO- Birkmmfn Magfarvr Elnn
Need Cash Fast?
Loans 525.00 to S2,000.00
ll9th W. Sth Rolla, Mo.
Motel - Service Station - Restaurant
HIGHWAY "SS" WEST CITY LIMITS
RDLLA, MISSOURI 65401
"Your Reliable Drug Store"
FOUNTAIN SERVICE fUpper1eftJ: High school students
enjoy the good food.
PRESCRIPTIONS fUpper rightjz Mr. Homer Kerr, our
COURTEOUS SERVICE fLower lefty: Owner, Mr. Her-
man Thomas, makes impromptu sale to Tom Taylor.
CONVENIENT LOCATION fLower rightj: Your store of
good quality at 903 Pine in downtown Rolla.
903 Pine, Rolla, Mo.
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SHIRTMAKERS "MEN'S CLOTHING EXCLUSIVELYU
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The new junior high school is the
the Rolla Public School System. It is
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2l3 West 8th Rolla, Mo
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The PHELPS COUNTY COURT HOUSE was planned and
constructed by Edmond Ward Bishop at the cost of EB8,000.
Construction began in mid-summer 1860. Only the walls
and roof were completed when the Civil War broke out.
The interior remained unfinished during the war and was
used for a hospital. The bricks used in this structure
were the first ever made in Rolla. Ro11a's first newspaper
was printed here. Sue Merrell and Sharon Leonard tour
ELE HONE 364 3753
CENTRAL pONTIAC'CADlLLAC INC.
?"1P'5"'i"W' a :."Nf'a'f-1-f'aT2q
-' J, M. DENT STORE -
materiaIs and gifts ,
for every occasion"
6I5 Pine Rolla, Mo. ,
IO West City 66
MAY PRINTING CO. INC.
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Ph. 36Li-2L+85 Rol Ia, Mo.
ROLLA'S OLD CHEMICAL LABORATORY BUILD- HASURANCE
ING, located on the University of Missouri campus, is THAT
a landmark with its rather unusual architecture. The REALLY
original building was built in 1885 with only one story. INSURES
In 1901, the roof was jacked up and asecond floor was
36Li- I ILI8
Scott Bldg. Roiia, Mo
News - gg If JAC'NEi..EEiii?ll SHOP
n New f-Qi' Jackie Johnson
R O L L A 'im Q Adra Spencer
I , , , Norma Poe
D A I L Y E fC7f7f7f7C7C7f7f7C
N11 Inv I tes You To Come
N E W S "" " 1" For A New Hair Style
ioi w. 7th Roiia, Mo. '05 Hwy 63 Rolla, MO-
I Hillcrest Super Market
O Twitty Hardware Store
O Darr's Department Store
I Hillcrest Sc to 351 Store
O Hillcrest Drug Store
o fR11'b tifl k'SCHUMAN PARK . . .
me 0 O as eau u PM S 15 O Hillcrest Service Station
near 14th 81 Oak. Located here are ascenic pond,
tennis courts, abaseball diamond, and picnic facilities,
as well as playground equipment for youngsters. H0716 Stop Sh0PIJi7lgv
Jct. Hwy 63 81 72 Rolla, Mo
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HIGHWAY 66-LILL WEST
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New 81 Used Furniture
Fine Quality at Lowest Prices
Ia's "block long store," situated at 8th 81 Pine
Ramsey's Downtown Store, Rol-
Ramsey's Outlet Store located at
Hwy. 63 S. 81 Black St.
Fast efficient delivery of new
furniture is made with Ramsey's trucks.
FURNITURE STORES INC.
Homeowned 81 Managed
Open Every Evening Until 8:00 P.M.
HARRIS CABINET WORKS
Custom Built Furniture
New U.M.R. dm-miteriee being constructed IIOI Cedar Rolla, 0
on Highway 66 East are an impressive exam
Ele of Rcd1a's accelerated buuding progranm
HFlowers for every occasionn
Mr. 8 Mrs. Howard Chrisco, Owners
Carol Huskey, Manager
805 Olive Phone 364-6I84
Rolla, MO. Night 364-i348
A Complete Line
AIR-CON ENGINEERING COMPANY
Equipment for home, stores,
offices, industries. Also a
complete line of warm air
furnaces, electronic air
cleaners and humidifiers.
IOO7 Cedar, Rolla, Mo. 364-2627
MEL BLOCH CHEVROLET. INC.
Jct. Hwys 66 5 63 W.
HSmnart Styles For Teensu
llO West 8th Rolla, Mo.
513 ,+ '
Highway 51' PQJ' f,f3mif -Legend a-,n5f
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HOOK AUTO SUPPLY
HOne Low Wholesale Pricen
WWE Air Conditioned
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E M A R T I N M O T E L
Junction U,S, 66 and 63
gg, Rolla, Missouri
f Telephone Mr. 8 Mrs. Chas. Caro
D, 364-2273 Owners - Operators
CAMPUS BOOK STORE
205 West l2th 364-37lO
Mary Jane Stevenson, a
junior at RHS and a mem-
ber of the yearbook ad-
vertising staff, sold the
most ads in a sales con-
test sponsored by the Pub-
lications Department. She
sold a total of 20 ads.
BOB 1 S STANDARD STAT I ON
HFree Pick-Up and Deliveryu
If no answer call 36A-A969
Highway 66 East Rolla, Mo.
2lO W. 8th St
Hwy 72 5 Rucker
Own C0lftl'lil"y oldest-
gCl,5!li0l'l5 most experienced-
Teens , Juniors
Open Thrusday -
Friday 5 Saturday till 8 Since l89M
Hwy. 72 5 Southbrook
Judy Hatfield, Sharon Leonard, and Lane
leave school to sell ads.
HAMILTON 8 SON, INC.
Check and Fill Service
Phillips H66H Tires -
Products of Phillips
l9th 8 Railroad Rolla, Mo
Rolla Senior High School
In September 1874, the first high school was held
in the old Rolla building on the MSM campus. When it
developed that the newly located Missouri School of
Mines was without sufficient funds to construct abuild-
ing on its campus at the Old Fort Wyman site, the
board rented the two upper floors of the Rolla Building
In 1875, the district sold the Rolla Building to the
Missouri School of Mines and moved to the old Log
Schoolhouse which was used until it was destroyed by
fire, July 4, 1881. During thewinter of 1881-82, there
was no school.
The present Rolla Senior High School fpictured
above leftj was completed in 1953, with the gymnasium
and music area added to the school in 1957. In 1958,
a cafeteria was added to the Senior High campus.
COLONIAL LANES, INC.
' City 66 West
HOLSUM IX.. f Rolla. Missouri
BREAD fig ll..
W' loth 5 B I Shop 16 Lanes-Automatics-Pro Shop
One Day Longer
'GM0dern Bowling in
Early American Atmospherew
364-4124 Chuck 81 Shirley
Del iso Debs
Sandler of Boston
Phone 364-1721 Rolla, Mo.
9 Hair Styling
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I CITY 8 YELLOW CAB
2I7 W. 7th
ALLEN ' s I yyy ,COM-N-DINE CAFE
II09 Pihew .iii Iii 603 Pine
BARNESVENGINEWREBUILDERS, INCISJ DEAN'S GOVERNMENT SURPLUS
MIO Eim L Highway 66 East
EDWIN L. MOONEY - REALTOR
I SOI Pine W'XT III .I ZII West 8th
BUSY BEE LAUNDRY 8 DRY CLEANERS IERNIE'S RADIO 8 TV SERVICE
IMth and Oak 705 Roiia
CANDY'S DRIVE-IN I FULLER JEWELRY
City Route 66 West TIS Pine
9th and Pine
6th and Eim
9 King Drive
FULLER MOTOR COMPANY
City Route 66 West
HANK'S GUN SHOP
Highway 63 8 72
HERRMAN LUMBER COMPANY
II7 West Sth
JACK ROACH 'MFA
202 Ramsey Building
JOHN'S FIRESTONE .
2 5 t I O t
KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN
IOI South Highway 63
MAGG I CONSTRUCTION
MCCULLOUGH SHOE SHOP
iiO West 7th
OZARK SERVICE COMPANY
6 1 l"IQ'S hiiiiigmviayi i
THOMAS SHELL STATION.
iOth 8 ROI ia
VICHY iCHiIiLDi QQARE
21026 Vichy Road K
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of the g6l797'0.ffljl and cooperatiofz q' the bzuinerf-
men of R alla wbo azfvezjgjgket wzfb zu.
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R0!ld'Hzgb, we zzrgeQffRHSi Jtz1denti"iQi?L??Z2'iSiitbeir
familief to remember Zin' aflzferfzlfem' patroizs
when bf need of bzlgb Qqzmlhfy goody i0iil5e1'vicef.
View of Rolla Street at 10th.
Rolla, seat of Phelps County, is the junction of U,S,
Highway 66 Clnter-State 441 which snakes diagonally
across the aerial photo at rightg U, S. Highway 635
and Mo. Highway 72.
OUR TCW . . .
The 1966 Growler staff extends its appreciation to its advertisers and the
citizens of Rolla for their support.
Memories of Rolla are pleasant ones because this is home to most of us
at RHS, Our parents teach at the University, farm, punch the clock at the shoe
factory, commute to Fort Wood, clerk in a store, or work at the U,S,G,S,
Rolla means classes during the school yearg and golf, swimming, a job, or
summer school during vacation.
Our town supports its schools in every way from athletics to publications.
The Growler staff urges that everyone support Rolla by continued patronage of
Academic . . . . . 1
A-Choir . . . . . . .
Administration . . . .
Advertising . . . . .
Band .... . . .
Baseball . . . .
Basketball . . . .
Boys' State , . . .
Buses . . . . . . . .
Cafeteria ...... . .
Cheerleaders . . . .
Chess Club . . . .
Closing .... . .
COE . . . - - '
Counselors . . . .
Custodial . . .... . .
Dedication ...... . .
Echo Staff ..... . . 75
Faculty .......... . .
Mrs. Rose Alley - 108
Mrs. Mary Anderson - 109
Mrs. Ruth Ballenter - 116
Mr. William Berry - 107
Mrs. Nancy Beveridge - 108
Mr. Lyman Brown - 116
Mr. William Brent - 112
Mr. Tony Calwhite - 116
Mrs. Retha Castleman - 109
Mrs. Thelma Cave - 110
Mrs. Jeanne Christensen - 114
Mr. Harold Cleveland - 197
Mrs. Peggy Croom - 53,108
Mrs. Pat Havens - 106
Mrs. Frances Henry - 110
Mrs. Velma Jensen - 110
Orville Kaley - 107
Miss Georgia Kidd - 104
Mrs. Beatrice Lampert - 114
Jack Landers - 113
Eugene Lynn - 115
Charles Marcott - 113
Mrs. Bonnie Miles - 196
Forest O'Nea1 - 90,92,116
Glenn Poe - 114
Arthur Prewett - 115
George Richards - 115
Howard Roberts - 106
Paul Simmons - 87,116
James Smith - 113
Mrs. Barbara Tryon - 70,110
Mrs. Joye Van Nostrand - 110
Donald Weaver - 106
Mr. Roy West- 97,116
Mr. Jack Wilson - 110
Mrs. Patricia Wolford - 110
Mr. Leland Womack - 112
FMA . . . . .59
Football . . . . 7B
Foreword . . . . . . 2
French Club .... . . 52
German Club . . . . 4B
Girls' Sports . . . . 98
Girls' State . . . . 73
Golf ..... . . 94
Graduation . . . . . 178
Growler Dance . . . .26
Growler Staff ..... . .74
Homecoming .... . . 14
Introduction ..... . . . 1
Junior-Senior Prom . . . . 32
Juniors ......... . . 134
Aaron, Bill - 134
Abernathy, Mike - 134
Allgood, Susan - 40,134
Allison, Charles - 64,134
Apperson, Kathy - 41,134
Argo, Steve - 46,78,90,134
Arthur, Johnny - 64,134
Ayers, Gordon - 134
Bade, Bernard - 46,48,134,138
Baker, Charles - 64,134
Barnes, Clarence - 64,134
Barr, Catie - 4B,56,57,73,134
Bartley, Eddie - 39,90,134
Barton, Donald - 134
Batson, Mark - 134
Belaka, John - 134
Benedicto, Robert - 134
Berry, Robert- 46,68,72,'78,9O,134
Berry, Stanley - 134
Beyers. Linda M. - 40,41,'73,134
Black, Joyce Carol - 61,134
Bloch, Tom - 50,56,134
Brandt, David - 46,9'l,134,13'l
Branscom, Sharon Gay - 134
Brase, Sue - 40,56,60,134,135
Brookshire, Brenda - 56,71,l34
Brown, Larry - 68,'7B,82,9O,134,
Brown, Lynda - 60,134
Brown, Randy - 71,72,134
Brune, Charles - 134
Buckey, Cheri - 134
Bruzewski, Jan - 4o,sa,1aa
Burkhart, Donna Jo - 41,59,6O,134
Burns, Larry - 136
Campbell, Christine - 136
Cargle, inthe 4 137
Carnahan, Betty - 41,4a,5s,1a'1
Carney, Sue - 137
Carney, Terry - 40,5O,53,56,137
Cave, Shannon D. - 46,71,72,69,137
Chenoweth, Steve - 53,'72,137
Chick, Gary - 68,'71,'78,'79,9O,92,
Chitwood, Ronald - 64,136
Christopher, Gary - 56,136
Clapp, Vincent - 56,136
Cochran, Brian - 137
Colvin, Janet - 137
Colvin, Nelson - 137
Colvin, Maxine - 137
Coy, Walter T., Jr. -137
Crow, Mike - 39,62,68,85,l37
Cunningham, Lorraine - 41,137
Curnutte, Russ - 62,136
Daulemont, Wayne - 136
Dan1ells,Suzi - 4o,53,5s,1a5
Davidson, Kenny - 46,71,135,137
Davis, Edmond - 64,137
Davis, Pauline - 137
Davis, Roger - 64,137
Decker, Edward F. - 137
Decker, Judi - 40,551,137
Denny, Don - 69,136
Dickman, Chuck - 13'7
Dillon, John - 64,136
Douel, Steve -
Edgar, Phyllis - 137
Ettleman, Brenda - 137
Elliott, Betty - 50,69,'l3,13'7
Faust, Judi - 41,652,137
Fields, Floyd - 137
Fields, non - 137
Fleming, Ann - 40,60,73,137
Fleming, Jack - 63,136
Ford, Pat - 64,136
Foster, Betty L. - 136
Fowler, Rose Mary - 137
Gabel, Steve - 137
Gately, Garold N. - 137
Grawe, Oliver A. - 5O,7l,72,137
Green, Randy - 53,137
Greig, Jim - 64,137
Gremp, Kenny - 97,139
Grzyb, Steve - 139
Guffy, Mike - 56,137
Guifey, Nancy - 139
Hale, Donald - 72,139
nan, Mary Dee - 56,139
Harlan, Robert W, - 139
Harper, David - sc,sz,1:s9
llarris, Dennis - 139
l-larris, Joyce - 60,139
narris, Rich - 64,139
ilarris, Roger - 139
Hausner, Steve - 139
lleavln, Sandra - 139
Heck, Robert - 64,139
Hendrix, Mary - 139
Henry, Kathy - 139
Henson, Charles - 139
llill, Charles -
llines, Judy - 139
Hines, Bill- 139
Huskey, Shirley - 139
Ingram, David - 139
James, Mary - 56,139
Jenson, James - 46,68,72,'7B,79,
Johnmeyer, ll. E. - 56,139
Jones, Mike - 41,4s,ss,1z,'1e,a5,ee,
Jones, Pat- 49,139
Kennedy, Brenda - 40,50,73,138,
Killian, Bobbi - 4o,4z,4a,45,4e,5s,
King, Kathy - 40,41,43,45,53,56,
Kesslinger, Dave - 139
Kitchens, David -71,78,81,86,90,
Kittie, Jim - 139
Kinkerman, Mark - 46,68,'71,72,7B,
Knight, sue - 56,657,139
Leitner, Lana - 139
Lewis, Mike - 87,537,139
Light, Karen - 139
Lloyd, Mike - 139
Loera, Gerardo - 139
Longo, Mike - 48,71,139
Louis, Barbara - 40,59,139
Loughrige, Gary - 139
Loughridge, Sharon - 42,50,139
Luebbcrt, Nancy - 40,4B,5O,60,139
MacCash, Mary - 139
Main, Dustina - 139
Maples, Ron - 139
Mace, David - 139
Martin, Pam - 139
Ma.rtin, Tara - 40,75,138,139,141
Masters, Mary Nell - 56,60,73,139
Masterson, Theresa - 139
McWhorter, Charles - 140
McWhorter, Elsie - 139
Metideth, Wilma - 140
Meschke, Dennis - 32,51,56,133,
Miller, Yvonne - 41,57,140
Miller, Melba -
Mitchell, Ronald - 140
Mitchum, Mary - 140
Mittendorf, John - 140
Moore, Kathy - 50,140
Mori, Frank - 5o,71,72,14o
Morris, Larry - 71,72,140
Moulder, Jane - 140
Mudrovich, Steve - 140
Murphy, B111 - '71,72,'78,81,9O,140
Myers, Mike - 78,90,140
O'Neal, Judy -
Owens, Ken - 57,140
Palmer, shale, M. - 50,713,140
Pardee, Barbara - 140
Parker, Jerry - 40,6B,78,l40
Paul, Chris - 140,141
Pauley, Karen - 40,53,57,60,140
Peplow, David Leslie - 69,140
Perry, Caroline - 140
Perry, Larry - 64,140
Perry, Mike - 46,'72,l38,14O
Phelps, Donitta - 71,149
Planje, Curtis - 140
Powers, Linda - 40,5'7,59,73,l40,
Pruett, Daryl - 140
Priestley, Mary Beth - 140
Proctor, Lane - 54,74
Regnier, Larry - 140
Rees, Bill- 64,140
Renlck, Frank - 140
Richardson, James - 140
Richter, Vincent - 140
Roberts, Kathy Jo - 48,713,140
Roberts, Lora - 41,649,140
Rogers, Beverly - 60,140
ltothe, April -
Rowden, Nancy - 17,40,53,57,60,73,
kusch, 1.ynna - 41,ss,57,oo,1-io
Sachs, Marilyn - 41,140
Sandhaus, Dan - 57,140
Sands, 13111 - 57,140
Schwab, Richard - 48,230,140
schwaneke, John - 72,s'1,97,14o
Sederburg, John - 140
Shackelfurd, Katie - 140
Shanks, Rita Mae - 140
Shannahan, Betsy - 40,50,57,59,7l,
Shelton, Tony - s7,72,14s
Sheppard, Evelyn - 140
Sherman, Gary - 97,140
Short, John - 48,140
siebert, Har-om - 4s,5o,es,'1z,97,
Simpson, Carmen - 41,57,60,135,
Smith, Linda - 142
Smith, Steve - 142
Smith, Wanda - 142
Spencer, Loretta - 71,1-12
Spurgeon, Mary Alice - 59,142
Stair, Dwight- 142
Stevens, Terry - 76,9O,92,l42
Stevenson, Mary Jane - 142
stngsdni, virginia - 53,152,142
Summer, Rodney- 142
Taylor, Jimmy -
Then, Jerry -
Thurston, Kevin - 142
Thompson, Jhon -
Thompson, Robert - 48
Turner, Glenna -
Tucker, Douglas - 69,78,l42
Tucker, Patricia - 60,7l,73,142
Tyler, Donald - 61,142
vana, Hannah - 41,50,5l
Vandergrtff, James -
Vaughn, Myra - 141,142
Vaughn, Patricia - 40,713,142
Warrick, Valerie M. - 41,513,142
Waters, Joe - 97,142
Watson, Vickie Gayle - 142
White, Nadra - 67,142
Whites, Gloria - 40,142
wlenecke, Linda - 3S,50,53,142
Wilkinson, Blll - 142
wllllams, Gary - 142
Wilson, Judi - 40,142
Wilson, Mary - 142
Wolford, Mark - 142
Woodley, Douglas -
Williams, Edward - 142
Young, Francis J. - 69,142
Latin Club .... . . 50
Lettermen's Club . . . . 68
MMM . . . . . . .58
Organizations . . . . . 36
Pep Squad ...... . . 40
Secretaries . . . . . 105
Senior Follies . . . 22
Seniors ............. 144
ADAM, GREGORY LEE: A-Choir
4, Football l, Track 2. 144
ADAM, JERRY L.: FFA 2,a, COE
4, Football l,2, Student Council 3.
ADAMS, LESLIE DEAN: COE 4.
AGEI6, PEARL MARIE: FHA l,2,
recreational leader 3, president 4,
COE 4. 6l,G'7,'70,l44.
Al-ILAND, MARGARET ANN: FHA
4, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4,MarchingPep
Squad 3,4, 41,144.
AHLAND, MARY PATRICIA: FHA
1, French Club 3,4, Pep Squad 1,
2,3,4, Marching l1epSquad 3,4,Sen-
ior Follies Crew, Girls' State 3,
FMA 2,3, vice-president 4, Latin
Club 2,3. 144.
A1.Ll:IY. BARBARA SUE: A-Choir
4, German Club 2, secretary 3,4,
Pep Squad l,2,3,4, Cheerleader 1,
2,3,4, Marching Pep Squad 3,4,
llramatlcs 4, F'I'.i4,Senior Follies
4, Class vicc-president 2, Class
president 3, Art Club 4, GAA 1,
Gfowler Queen Attendant 4. 14,
ALLISON, LYNN L.: Baseball 3,4,
ANGERMAN, WILLIAM CHARLES:
Band 2, MluM 3, Football l,2,3,4,
Basketball l,2, Track 2,s,4, Base-
president 1, Lettermen's Club
president 3, Homecoming Escort
4, Boys' State 3, Student Council 2,
Key Club 2, treasurer 3, president
4, Growler King Attendant 4. 18,
ANGLE, CLYDE PHILIP: FBLA 3,
Latin Club 1, Football l,2,Basket-
ball l,2,3, Track 1,25 Baseball l,
BAILEY, GLORIA JEAN: FHA 1,
COE 4, 6l,l44.
BAILEY, KATHY: Cfransfer 43
FHA 4. 144.
BATTLEY, SHARON LEE: Band l,z,
3,4, FHA l,4, Pep Squad 1,2,3,4.
BAXTER, FRANK WARNER: 146.
BELL, G. MIKE: A-choir 2,
German Club 3,4, Football'1,3,4,
Basketball 1,2,Lettermen's Club4.
BELL, WILMA: 61,146.
BIXLER, DONALD WAYNE: COE
BLACK, GEORGE DOUGLAS: A-
Choir 3, FFA l,2,3,4, Football 1,
State FFA Gold Medalist. 64,l46.
BLACK, LEONA FAYE: Fl-IA 1,
COE 4. 6l,l4s.
BLACK, MARY: COE 4,FHA4. 146.
BLUE, SHELIA MAE: FI-IA4, FBLA
3, president 4, Pep Squad 2,3,4,
Marching Pep Squad 2, Growler
Staff 3,4, Echo Stall 3,4, Senior
Follies 4,House ol' Representatives
2,3, secretary 4, Latln Club 2. 39,
BOULWARE, GREG: Cfransfer 41.
BRANTLEY, BARBARA LYNN:
Band l,2, FHA l,2,3,4, Pep Squad
l,2,3, Dramatics 4, FTA 4CTrans-
fer 43. 60.
BRENNEISEN. MARY JO: A-Choir
3,4, FHA 4, FBLA 3,4, French
Club 3,4, Pep Squad l,2,3,4, MMM
3,4, Growler Staff 4, Echo Staff 4,
Senior Follies 4. 4o,53,e2,'14,'15,
BRISCOE, NANCY KAY: Member
of National HonorSocietyCTra.nsfer
BROOKSHIRE, ROGER ALLEN: 148.
BROWN, JEWEL FERN: A-Choir
1, secretary 2,a,4, FBLA 4, MMM
2,3,4, Senior Follies 4, House of
Representatives 3,4. 39,62,'?0,'7l,
BRUMMELL, ALAN GIBSON: De-
bate 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1,
3, Key Club 3,4, l.ettcrmen's Club
3, president 4. 1'7,'78,8l,l4B.
BUSBY, PAUL MARVIN: French
Club 1, president 2, Basketball 1,
2, Boys' State Alternate 3, Key
Club 4, L.ettermen's Club 4. 46,
CAMPBELL, LELA MARIE: A-
Choir 4, FHA 1, Pep Squad l,2,3,
4, Cheerleader l,2,3,4, Dramatics
4, I-'TA 4, Senior Follies 4, Class
Vice-President 4, GAA 4. 40,42,
CANFIELD, DAN GIBSON: Band
CARMACK, JOSEPH: FBLA 4,
A-Choir 4, lillvllx-I 4. 56,148.
CARNEY, ROBERT GERALD: Band
l,2,3,4, FBLA 4, Key Club 3,4,
Latin Club 1,2,3, Pep Band 3,4,
Boys' State Alternate 3. 56,14B.
CARR, DIANNA DEE: FHA4,FBLA
CHRISCO, LARY: Basketball 1,2,
Boys' State 3, Key Club 4, Letter-
men's Club 2,3,4,Cross-Country4,
Baseball 2,3,4. 46,68,9'7,148.
CLEVELAND, MICHAEL W.: Band
l,2,3,4, German Club l,2,3,4,MMM
2,3,4, Senior Follies Crew, Chess
Club vice-president 3. 48,56,5'7,
COCHRAN, WILLIAM T.: Shop
COOK, LINDA SUE: FHA 1,2,3,4,
GAA 4, FFA Sweetheart Attendant
COPELAND, LARRY LEE: Band 1,
2,a,4, FBLA 4, Football l,2,::.
CORBEN, JUNE LYNN: A-Choir
2,3,4, Pep Squad l,2,3,4, Marching
Pep Squad 3, MMM 2,3,4, Senior
Follies, Latin Club 4. 39,50,151.
WARREN: Band 1,2,3,4, German
club 3, MMM 2,3,4, Golf 3,4, FMA
3,4, Key Club 2,3,4, Latin Club 1,
COX, ROY MICHAEL: FFA 1,2,3,
CRAIN, MICHAEL ANTHONY: A-
Choir 4, Growler Staff 4, Echo
Staff 4, Basketball 1,2,3, All-con-
ference Honorable Mention 4,
Cross-country 4, Baseball 2,3,4,
l.ettermen's Club 2,3,4, Growler
King Attendant4,State Sports Writ-
ing Award 4. 6B,70,B5,86,9'7,l51.
CHAIN, WANDA L.: FHA l,2,3,
COE 4. 61,151.
CURTIS, PENNY MARIE: Fl-IA l,
2,3, treasurer 4, COE 4, House of
Representatives 4. 39,61,6'7,'7O,
CURTIS, RUTH ANN: FHA l,2,
Pep Squad l,2,3,4, Marching Pep
Squad 2,3, FMA 2,3. 152.
DAKE, MYRON T.: Bano1,2,Base-
ball l,2,3. CTransferJ.
DALTON, JIM DALE: COE4,Track
1,2, Chess Club 4. 61,sa,l52.
DAVIDSON, PATRICK: FrenchC1ub
1, treasurer 2, vice-president 3,
best member 4,Football l,2,Track
1,2,3, Senior Follies, Boys' State
Alternate 3, Student Council 4, Key
Club 3,4, Growler King Attendant4,
Cross-country 4,Lettermen's Club
4, Bausch E: Lomb Science Award.
DAVIS, KENNETH LESLIE: FFA
DAVIS, klltk WESLBY: Band 3,4,
German Club 4, FMA 4. 4B,56,
DOWNING, DAVID ALAN: A-Choir
1, COE 3, DECA vice-president 4,
Football 1, Art Club 2,3,4. 152.
DREW, DELMAR K.: A-Clloir 3,
Football 3,4, Track 3, Boys' State
ELLIOTT, PATRICIA ANN: A-
Choir l,2,3,4, FHA state choir 4,
French Club 2, PepSquatl 3, March-
ing Pep Squad 3, MMM 2,3,4,
Growlcr Stall 2,3,4, Echo Staff 2,3,
business manager 4, State Music
Contest Solo 1 Rating 3,4, 'I0,'74,
MICHAEL J.: Band l,2,a,
4, A-Choir 4, French Club 2,3,4,
MMM 2. vice-president 3,4, Stu-
dent Council 3, Key Club 2,3,4,
Chess Club 3, Growler King At-
tendant 4,House of Representatives
3, parliamentarian 4. 39,46,56,152.
FEELER, DAVID ARNOLD: A-
Choir 4, FFA 1,2, pa.rliamenta.rian
4, Baseball 3,4, 64,65,'70,9'7,152..
FEELER, JAMES WILLIAM: COE
FENLEY, LINDA ANN: Band 2,3,
4, FHA 1.4, Pep Squad 1,2,a,4.
FRANK, LARRY A.: Baseball 2,3,
4, Cross-Country 4, Lettermen's
Club 2,3, vice-president4,Basket-
ball l,2,3, All-Conference, All-
FRANKLIN, CARL RAYMOND:
Basketball l,2,3, All-Conference,
A11-District Honorable Mention 4,
Baseball Z,3,4, Growler King At-
tendant 4. 85,86,9'7,154.
FUCHS, JANET SUE: FHA 1,4,Pep
Squad 3,4, Marching Pep Squad 3,
COE 4. 6l,154.
GEERS, MARY DEBORAH: Band
l,2,3,4, Pep Squad 2,3,4, MMM 1,
2,3, historian 4, Debate 4, Science
Club 2, Senior Follies, Girls'State
3, Student Council 1, Latin Club 1,
GIACOMARRA, DON: Shop Club
president 3, Echo Staff 4, Football
1, Basketball 1,2,3, Track 3,
Cross-Country 4, Baseball 3. 85,
GIDEON, LINDA SUE: FI-IA 1,2,
3,4, GAA 1. 154.
GLENN, SHARON ELAINE: Band
1,2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4, A-Choir
1,2,3, FBLA sergeant-at-arms 4,
French Club 3, Pep Squad l,2,3,4,
MMM 2,3,4, Class secretary 2,
Girls' State Alternate 3, FMA 3,
GLIDEWELL, BARBARA ANN: A-
Choir 4, F1-lA'1,2, historian 3, vice-
president 4, FTA 3, historian
GODDAHD, ICVLEATUS LOIIELBI:
GOLLAI-ION, CARL RICHARD: A-
Choir 4, Football 3. 154. '
covllzn, Many A.: valeoletoiianf
Banu l,2,3, treasurer 4, A-choir
3, Pep squad 2,a,4, MMM 2,'il,4,
Debate 4, Senior Follies, Girls'
State Alternate 3, FMA 3,4, Pep
Band 3,4, Latin Club 1,2,'3,4. 40,
GREEN, GENEVIVE BLIZABBTII:
FHA l,2,3,4, German Club 2, COE
3, president 4, DECA secretary 3,
4. s1,154. ' '
GREEN, HARRY JOSEPH: FFA 2,
GRISHAM, DUANE: FFA 1,2,3,4,
District Dairy Products Team. 64,
GROVES, JEFFREY MARTIN: Cler-
man Club 2, historian 4, Art Club
1,2,3,4, Student Council 2,Growler
King Attendant 4. 48,'I0,157.
GRUENDER, JOHN ROBERT: COE
4, House of Representatives 4.
GUHSE, EDWARD: 157.
HAAS, STEVE L.: Germall Club 2,
3,4, Football 1,3,4, Track 3,
Lettel'men's Club 3,4. 68,78,82,
HALL, JUDY ANN: Band l,2,3,4,
FHA 4, Pep Squad 3,4, COE 4,
l-'TA 4, Art Club 2,3,4, FMA 4.
I-IAPPEL, LINDA SUE: FHA 1,2,3,
recreation leader 4, COE 4. 6l,6'7,
HARVEY, IIUGH WARREN: fTl'3.l'l5-
fer 25, Football 3,4, Lettermews
Club 4: Track 3, Latin Club 2. 68,
HATFIELD, JUDITH ANNE: FHA
4, Pep Squad 3,4, Marching Pep
Squad 3, Growlcr Sta.ff4, Echo Staff
4, FTA 4, Writers Club 3. 41,60',
I-IAWKINS, CLAUDE JMILLARDZ
Track 3, Latin Club 1,2,3,4,Indus-
trial Arts Fair III rating 4. 159.
HAYES, CHRISTINA: Latin Club 1,
2, French Club 3, president 4, Pep
Squad 2,3,4, Marching PepSquad 3,
4, Growler 3, Echo 3, co-editor 4,
Senior Follies, Art Club a,a,4,
Girls' State Alternate 3, House of
Representatives 4, DAR Good Cit-
izenship Award. a9,4o,5a,7o,'15,
HENDRIX, BARBARA A.NN: FHA
1,2,3,4, Att Club 4, Chess Club
vice-president 4. 159.
HENDRIX, CONNIE KAY: FHA 3.
HENRY, WILLIAM GARY: Football
1, Basketball 1,2,3, .All-District
Honorable Mention, All-Conier-
ence 4, Growler King Attendant 4,
Baseball 2,a,4. ee,s5,as,s'1,97,159.
HENSLEY, LINDA PATEI FHA 1,2,
HIGLEY, ELEANOR: A-Choir 3,4,
French Club 3,4, Pep Squad'2,3,4,
MMM 3, vice-president 4, Senior
Follies, Class Secretary 3,4,
Homecoming Attendant 4, FMA
secretary 3,4, Growler Queen At-
tendant 45 Latin Club l,2. 16,18,
HILDRETI1, RONNIE DALE: FFA
HILLS, DANZIL WRIGHT: FFA 1,
2, treasurer 3, reporter 45 FBLA
HOLLINGSWORTH, JOHN EDWIN:
Chess Club 3,45 Radio Club 4.
HUBBARD, VICKY J.: A-cnoir 45
rl-lA 1,2,35 Pep Squad 1,z,a,45
Marching Pep Squad 1,25 FTA 45
GAA 2,3, 159.
JAMES, DAN: A-cnolr 1,45 Senior
JONES, ALFRED LEE: A!'tClub
45 Art Award 3. 161.
JONES III, FANGIE EDWARD:
Track 2,35 Latin Club l,2. 161.
JUNEAU, GORDON A.: A-Choir
KEENEY, WANDA MAY: FI-IA 1,
2,3,45COE 4. el,s7,1sl.
KING, JUDY: A-Choir 35 COE
secretary 45 Growler Queen At-
tendant 4. 61,161.
KITCI-IENS, LUCIUS W.: Letter-
men's Club 3,45 Homecoming Es-
cort 45 FFA l,2,35EchoStaIi5Foot-
ball l,2,3, All-Conference Honor-
able Mention 45 Track 1,2,35Senior
Follles5 Class vice-president 1.
LAIRD, NANCY ANN: Ba.nd1,2,3,
45 French Club 2,35 Pep Squad 1,
2,3,45 MMM 2,3,45 Growler Queen
Attendant 4. zs,4l,5e,1sl.
LAMB, ROBERT DAVID: COE 4.
LEE GEORGE LAWRENCE: CTrans-
fel' 47 National Honor Society. 161.
LEMASTERS, BETTY WAGNER:
FHA 1,2,35 Latin Club 1. 161.
LEMASTERS, STEVE FLOYD: Band
l,2,3,45 FBLA 45 German Club 1,
2, treasurer 3,45 MMM l,2,3,45
Senior Follies. 48,56,70,161,
LEONARD, SHARON SUE: FHA 1,
45 Pep Squad 3, treasurer 45
Marching Pep Squad 3,45 Growler
Staff 3,45 Echo Staff 45 FTA vice-
president 45 1-louse of Represen-
tative 3. 40,60,74.75,161.
LEWIS, DENNIS: 163.
LOANE, BETTY: 163.
LOVE, KATHLEEN MARIE: FHA
15 French Club 45 Pep Squad l,2,
3,45 Marching Pep Squad 3,45
Girls' State Alternate 35 Growler
Queen Attendant 45 Latin Club 3,4.
LYTLE, WILLIAM DAVID: French
Club 1,25 Debate 45 Football 15
Golf l,2,3,45 Boys' State 35 Student
Council 1,2, treasurer 3, secre-
tary 45 Key Club 2,3, secretary 45
Growler King Attendant 45 Sopho-
more Pilgrimage 25 Latin Club
MACE, GARY L.: FFA l,2,a5 COE
vice-president 45 Growler Queen
Attendant 4. 61,163.
MACORMIC, KENNETH: 163.
MAPLES, JAMES RONALD: Ger-
man Club 3,45 Track 15 Latin Club
MAREK, JR., DONALD JAY: FBLA
45 French Club 3,45 Football 3,45
Track 3,45 FTA 45 Senior Follies5
Class historian 45 Key C1ub45Let-
termen's Club 3, historian 45
House of Representatives 4. 46,53,
MARTINEZ, RAYMOND L.: 163.
MASON, PAMELA ELIZABETH:
Band 15 French Club 2,3,45 Pep
Squad 1,2,3,45 Senior Fol1les5
Latin Club 1,2.41,53,163.
MCCRACKEN, JAMES EARL: Band
1,2,3,45 Golf 1,2,3,45. French Club
15 Growler King Attenda.nt 4. 26.
MELTON, JOHN WILLIAM: A-
cnolr z,s,4. iss.
MESKO, MILTON E.: COE 3,45
Art Club 4. 165.
MESPLAY, DAVID ALLEN: 165.
MILLER, J. KENT: Band 1,2,3,45
COE 4. 61,165.
MILLER , LELAND RANDOLPH:
FBLA 45 Debate 45 Football z,3,45
Track 35 Homecoming Escort 45
Student Council 45 Key Club 2,3,
vice-president 45 Lettermen's Club
3,4 Crransler Zh. 46,68,'78,81,lS5.
MILLER, LINDA L.: Bend 1,2,3,45
Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Marching Pep
Squad 15 FTA 45 Senior Fol1ies5
Growler Queen Attendant 4. 41,
MILLER, ROYCE C.:
MILLER, RUTH CECILIA: A-Choir
35 Dramatlcs 3,45 Art Club 45 GAA
MILWARD, KERRY ANN: KTTRIIS-
fer 21 Band 2,3,45 A-Choir 2,3,45
FHA 45 GAA 4. 56,165.
MIRLY, CAROL DIANE: FHA 15
Pep Squad 3,45 Marching PepSquad
3,45 Dramatics 45 Senior Follies5
FMA 2,3, secretary 45 Latin Club
MOLLOY, STEVE MONTEL: De-
bate 45 Football 15 Track 1,2,35
Senior Follies5 Class president 45
Boys' State Alternate 35 Letter-
men's Club 1,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,
MORFORD, DONALD C.: Basket-
ball 1,2,3,45 Track 35 Senior Fol-
lies5 Boys' State 35 Lettermenls
Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 1. 68,8-l,ss,
MOWRY, RONALD MIKE: COE 45
Football 3,45 Track 3. 61,l65.
MUDROVICH, THOMAS: 68,166.
MYERS, DIANNE SUE: French
Club 35 Pep Squad 2,3,45 Marching
Pep Squad 35 Debate 45 Senior
Follies5 Homecoming Attendant 45
Girls' State 35 Student Council 3,
vice-president 45 Growler Queen
Attendant: Latin Club 2,a. 16,1B,
NULL, JUDITII LYNN: Band 1,25
A-choir l,2,a,45 French Club 3,
treasurer 45 Pep Squad 1,2, sec-
retary 3, president 45 Marching
Pep Squad 3,45 MMM 2,3,45Growl-
er Staff 3,45 Echo Staff 35 Home-
coming Co-Queen 45 Girls' State
35 Student Council l,2. 15,16,l'7,
OAKES, PAMELA ANN: Band 1,2,
3,45 French Club l,2,a,45 MMM l,
2,3, secretary 45 Echo Staff 2,3,
co-editor 45 FTA 1,25 Class trea-
surer 35 Girls' State 35 Student
Council 45 Growler Queen Atten-
dent 4. 56,60,70,16G.
O'HAVER, SHIRLEY ANN: A-Choir
45 FHA 2,3,45 Pep Squad 3. 166.
OITIS, VALEBIB Lou: rl-lA 1,2,3,
45 GAA 1. 166.
OUSLEY, GLORIA GAY: A-Choir
35 FHA 15 COE 4. 61,166.
PALMER, JOHN GILBERT: Shop
Club 35 COE 4. 61,l66.
PATTERSON, MICHAEL G.: Band
1,2,3,45 A-Choir 45 FBLA 45 MMM
2,35 Echo Staff 3,45 Growler King
Attendant 4. 5.6,166.
PENDLETON, BILL MARK: FBLA
1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Basebal12,
3,45 Cross-Country 45Lettermen's
Club 3,4. 6s,a5,ae,97,1s6.
PFEIFER, JAMES W,:L1oydHerr-
man Memorial Scholarship 4. '70,
PILLOW, RONALD: COE 3. 169.
POTTER, KATHERINE MAT1-IILDE:
COE 4. 169.
POWELL, RUTH ANN: A-Choir
35 French Club 1,2, reporter 3,
reporter 45 Pop Squad 1,2,3,45
Marching Pep Squad 3,45 MMM
3,45 Dramatics 35 Growler Staff
3,45 Echo staff 3,45 FTA 3,45 sen-
lor ro11les5 Art Club 45 FMA 3,4.
PROUTY, CAREN JOYCE: FHA 1,
RAINES, JEANNE KAY: A-Choir
1,2,45 FHA 1,25 Pep Squad l,2,3,
45 Marching Pep Squad 35 FTA 1,
2,45 Senior Follies5 FMA 3,4. 169.
RAYLE, FLOYD THOMAS: A-Choir
2,3,45 Football 1,25 Track 1. 169.
REESE, BARBARA SUE: FHA 1,
2,3,45 Pep Squad 3. '70,l69.
CTTBIISIEI' 41 Pep Squad 45 Debate
45 Senior Follies. 40,'70.
RIDEN, MARTYNE SUE: A-Choir
l,2, president 3,45 German Club
2,3,45 Pep Squad l,2, parliamen-
tarian 3,45 Marching Pep Squad 3,
45 MMM 2,3,45 FTA 45 Girls'
State 3. 40,4S,169.
RITTER, CHARLES O.: Shop Club
15 Football 1,25 Basketball l,2.
ROACH, WARREN DALE: Band 2,
president 3,45 Drum Major 2,3,45
MMM 2, president 3,45 Debate 45
Senior l"ollies5 Boys' State 35 Key
Club 2, vice-president 3,45 Latin
Club 2, treasurer 3,4. 56,169.
ROBERTS, DENNIS RANDALL:
Football manager 1,2,3,45 Basket-
ball manager 45 Lettermen's Club
ROBERTS, JEAN MARIE: Band 1,
2,3,-15 Pep Band 2,3,45 A-Choir 2,
3,45 Pep Squad 1,35 Cheerleader 15
MMM 2,3,45 FTA 45 FMA 45 vooal
solo State I Rating 4, 56,57,I71.
ROBERTS, PATRICK KENT: Band
1,2,3,45 French Club l,2,3, vice-
presitlent 45 MMM 1,2,3,45 Debate
3, president 45 Senior Fo1lies5
Boys' State 3. 53,70,l71.
ROWLAN, DERREL D.: Art Club
RUSH, DANNY LEE: FFA 1,2,3,45
National Dairy .Judging Contest
Award 3, G4,65,17l.
SACHS, NANCY L.: A-Choir 2,3,
45 FHA 45 Pep Squad 3,45 March-
ing Pep Squad 45 GAA 4. 41,17l.
SCHOOLER, JEANNE ANN: Band
1,2,3,45 A-Choir 45 FBLA 45 French
Club l,2,3,45 Pep Squad 1, secre-
tary 2, vice-president 3, treasurer
45 MMM 2,3,45 Senior Follies5
Homecoming Attendant 45 Growler
SCHOOLER, JOYCE LYNELL:
Band l,2,a,45 A-choir l,2,3,45
French Club 2, historian 3,45 Pep
Squad 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 15
MMM z,a,45 Senior Follies 45
Growler Queen Attendant 4. 53,5G,
SHERRELL, DARRELL: 171.
SHELTON, LINDA SUE: FHA 15
FBLA 25 Pep Squad 3.
SIDWELL, BEVERLY: 171.
SIEBELTS, JAMES ANTHONY:Ger-
man Club 3,45 Latin Club 1,2,3.
SMALLWOOD, LARRY: 61,'I0.
SMART, LOUIE CID: Art Club 1,
2,3,45 Student Council 45 Architec-
ture Award. 172.
SMITH, GLORIA JEAN: FHA 1,2,
SMITH, ROBERT EUGENE: A-Choir
25 FFA l,2, secretary 3, presi-
dent 45 MMM 25 State Farmer.
SPRADLING, RONNIE EUGENE:
Shop Club 1. 172.
HOWARD: Band 3,4. 56,l72.
STITES, JOHN: Football 1,2,3,1l.
STOLL, SUE: Debate 3,45 Dramat-
lcs 3,45 MMM 3,45 FMA 3,4. 56,
SUMP, PATRICIA SUE: FHA 45
FBLA 45 Pep squad 1,2,3,45Mar-
ching Pep Squad 1,25 COE 45Grow-
ler staff 45 Echo stall l,2,a,45
Senior Folliesg Class treasurer
45 Growler Queen Attendant 4.
TAPPMISYER, EDITH M.: A-Choir
1,2, secretary 3,45 German Club
2,3,45 Pep Squad 1, historian 2,
secretary 3,45 Cheerleader 1,45
Marching Pep Squad 35 MMM 2,
secretary 3, president 45 Senior
Fo1lies5 Girls' State 35 Growler
Queen Attendant 4. 4O,42,45,48,
TAYLOR, GARY LEE: Basketball
l,2,3,45 Key Club 45 Growler King.
THOMAS, BENJAMIN CHARLES:
German Club 3, board of directors
45 Football 15 Basketball 1,25 Golf
l,2, All-Conference 3,45 Boys'
State 35 Growler King Attendant
45 Latin Club l,2,35 Lettermen's
Club 2,:l,4. 4e,s2,es,l72.
THOMAS, DRUCILLA: Art Club 1,2,
3,45 Salutatorian5 MMM 3,-1. sc,
THOMSON, WILMA JEAN: rl-lA 1,
z,a,4: COE 4.
7'nollN1llLL, Cl-IERYL sMl'rl-l:
FBLA 3,45FHA2,3. 172.
TROSSEN, KENNETH CHARLES:
TUCKER. MICHAEL NEAL: 174.
TUCKER, RHODORA KATHLEEN:
FHA 15 French Club 3,45 Pep
Squad 3, reporter 45 Marching
Pep Squad 3,45 Growler Staff 3,-I5
Echo Staff 3,45 Senior F0l1ies5 .irt
Club 2.3, secretary 4, GAA 15
State Certificate of Meritfor Jour-
nalism 4. 40,'75,90,l74.
UMMEL. JEM: Band 1,2,3,-15 FHA
45 Pep Squad 15 Dramatics -i5
FMA 1,2,3.4. 5G.5D,l74.
VAXDERGRIFF, KURTIS DEAN:
VANKIRK. RALPH ALBERT: FFA
l,2,35 COE -11 Football 1. 6l,l74.
VOGELER, RICHARD IJALI-L: 174.
WADE, JANE BEVERLY: Band 1,25
A-Choir 1,2,3, secret:ll'y45 French
Club 2,3, secretary 45 Pep Squad
1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 1,2,45 MMM
2,3,45 Growler Stall 3, Editor 45
Senior Follies5 Homecoming Co-
QUGGH 4. ls,1o,17,le,4o,42,45,7o,
WAGNER, BILLY l:ZARL:FMA 3,45
Latin Club l,2. 59,1'74.
WAGNER, VICKI ELLEN: I-'HA l,2,
45 Pep Squad 35 GAA 1,3,treasurer
45 Most Athletic Senior Girl 4.
WALLS, WADE: COE 4. 175.
WEBBER, CATHERINE MARIE:
FHA 15 Pep Squad 3,45 FTA 4.
WEBBER, GEORGE ANTON: FFA
25 House of Representatives 4. 39,
WEI-IMEIER, DONNA KAY: Band
1,2,3,45 A-Choir 2,35 German Club
45 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 MMM 2,3,45
Senior Follies5 C-iris' State 35FMA
3,45 Growler Queen Attendant 4.
WHALEN, JUDIT11 ANN: FHA lg
FBLA 4, French Club 3, PepSquad
1,2,3, secretary 4, Cheerleader 2,
3, Marching Pep Squad, Senior
Follies, GAA 1. 4o,4l,s2,1'11.
WHALING, BERNADETTE MARIE:
A-Choir 3, Pep Squad 3,Grow1er
staff a,4, Echo starr a,4. 1475,
WIGGINS, JOHN DALTON: A-Choir
3,45 Debate 4, Echo staff 2, root-
ball l,2,3,4, Basketball 1, Track
1,2,3,-1, Class president 2, Student
Council 3, president 4, Key Club
3, treasurer 4. 17,46,68,70,78,81,
WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA J.: FHA 1,2,
French Club 4, Pep Squad 2,3,-1,
Marching Pep Squad 3,4gGrow1er
Staff 4, Echo Stall 3,45 Latin Club
WILSON, DENNIS RAY: Shop Club
1,25 FTA 3,45 Homecoming Escort
4, House of Representatives 4,
Football 2,3, .-111-Conference
Honorable Mention 4. 39,60,68,78,
WILSON, SANDRA KAY: FBLASQC-
retary 4, Pep Squad 2,3,-1, COE
reporter 4,Senior Fo1lies,Grow1er
Queen Attendant 4, House of Rep-
resentatives 4. 39,41,61,62,177.
YORK, N.1THltYN KAY: Band 1,2,
3,49 A-Choir 3,45 French Club 2,3,
4, Pep Squad l,2,3,4. 56,177.
Sophomores .......... 122
Adam, 1.inda - 32,57,60,l22
Adam, Steve - 122
Adams, Dainna - 57,122
Allison, Richard - 122
Allsman, Pam - 122
Andercck, Judy Kay - 67,122
Arthur, Andy, Jr. - 6-1,122
Arthur, Dale - 139,122
Arthur, Donald - 122
Arthur, Harvey - 122
Arthur, Michael W, - 122
:'ll'llll1l', Ted - 78,87,90,122
Bohr, Tony - 122
Barnes, Janice - 122
Barnes, Randy - 122
Bartimus, Roy - 122
Bell, Lucy Mary - 122
Derry, Denllis - 122
Black, Barbara - 122
Black, Sherry - 122
Bowers, Phyllis - 122
Bralnlett, Brenda - -11,53,57,122
Branson, Charles - 123
Brclldoll. Anita - 12:1
Brosllot, James A. - -16,-18,123
Broun, Debby - -10,-12,-lil,-15.53,
Brown, Linda Sue - 57,123
Brown, Sharon K, - 123
Butts, Jim - -16,-18,123
Callen, Dave - 123
Carrnack, Patsy - 124
Case, Gary - 97,124
Cllaney, Tim s. - 124
Cisco, James - 124
Cleveland, Pat - 57,124
Cochran, James - 124
Cook, Pat - 124
Cowan, Ron - 46,711,124
Cox, Judy May - 124
Crownover, Joel - 57,124
Crain, Charla - 39,12-1
Crain, Jimmie - 124
Crain, Loetta - 124
Crider, Judith A, - 124
Derryberry, Della - 125
Downing, Tom - 125
Duncan, Ronnie - 78,517,125
Earl, Terry - 125
Eckert, Bob - 125
Edlin, William - 57,125
Edwards, John - 50,57,125
Ellis, Tom - 46,50,57,125
Ellis, Vicki- 40,50,5l,57,125
Erickson, Patsy - 125
Estey, Mike - 62,7B,125
Faucett, Lu Ann - 40,125
Felker, William - 125
Fenley, William David - 125
Finlayson, Robert - 48,125
Frank, Jerry - 125
Freeman, Wanda Jean - 125
rrleclerichs, Tim - 4o,5o,s7,59,
Fryer, Roberta - 125
Fuller, Mike - 6l,78,90,124,129,
Furse, Randy - 125
Gabel, Mary Elizabeth - 126
Geurin, Rober - 87,517,126
Gibbons, Judy - 57,523,126
Glenn, Cathy - 53,126
Glenn, David - 57,78,97,129,126
Gollahon, Sue - 126
Govler, Jack - 50,57,126
Gray, Judy - 126
Greig, Sharon - 126
Groves, Judy - 126
Grishan, Eddie - 126
Groves, Judi - 126
Grisham. Duane - 126
1-1 aas, Beverly - 41,126
Haas, Gary Lee - 64,87,90,126
liagenhofi, Stephen - 126
Halcomb, Cindy - 126
Hale, Susan - 50,126
Harlan, Art - 64,126
Harris, Beverly - 57,126
Harris, Mark - 71,126
Harris, Thelma - 126
Hart, Bobby - 97,126
lleagler, Carrie - 40,-18,126
Hendrix, George - 126
Henry, Don - 78,537,126
lflerberger, Robert - 126
Higley, Kathleen - 41,53,57,126
Hines, Charlene - 127
Holt, Linda - 127
Hudek, Kathleen - 127
Hughes, Allen - 64,127
Hunt, David - 64,127
lnlskey, Bill - 127
l-leglin, Lexi - 4o,53,57,l27
Jacobs, Linda - 67,127
Johnson, Cindy - 127
Jones, Deanna - 53,127
Jones, Judy Kay - 127
Jones, Melvin D, - 127
Jordan, Judy - 127
Juneau, Andre - 12B
Kidwell, Janet - 128
Kinder, Sam - 128
Koboldt, Kerry - 4e,5o,s2,71,12a
Lammlein, Marjorie - 40,517,128
Lee, Julia - 128
Lewis, George - 57,128
Lewis, Harold - 128
Lewis, Pat - 128
Light, Micheal Wayne - 120
Lortz, Alice - 128
Loughridge, Sharon - 40,45,50,l28
Loughridge, Linda Sue - 57,67,l23
l,uebbert, Carol - 50,128
Mace, David - 12B
Macormic, Judy - 128
Manls, Barton - 48,520,128
M arkussen, Merritt - 128
Mason, Elaine - 57,128
Masterson, Pam - 67,128
Matlock, Linda - 67,128
Maxwell, Wayne - 64,128
McBride, Jerry - 128
McCracken, Dwayne - 64,129
McCullough, Becky - 129
McCutchen, Joh - 46,50,51,62,78,
McDowell, Jack - 129
Mengel, Julie - 41,50,5l,129
Merrell, Sue - 40,411,129
Merritt, Bunlly - 65,129
hleschke, lilaine - 41,129
Mcsko, Tom - 129
Mltchum, Ronnie - 78,87,90,92,129
Mobley, Steve - 39,129
Montgomery, Curt - 64,129
Mooney, Chuck - 129
Myers, Albert- 129
Nash, Robert 4 130
Nelson, Mike - 57,78,9O,l30
Null, Paula - 41,50,57,71,130
Oppermann, Steve - 130
Pardee, Tom - 130
Parker, Joanne - 130
Paulsmeyer, Sue - 41,50,57,13O
Peeler, Herb - 60,130
Penfield, Judy - 67,130
Peplow, Amanda - 69,130
Perkins, Becky - 130
Persing, Diana - 4O,57,130
Phelps, Wilbert - 130
Pogue, Robert - 64,130
Potter, Daniel S, - 130
Prentice, Allan - 130
Poeppelmeyer, Mike - 130
ltallorn, David - 130
Raines, Mike - 97,130
Reese, Ronnie - 130
Reeves, Joh - 130
ltichards, Del - 130
ltiden, Dale - 85,570,131
Roluis, Larry V 131
Ross, Bill- 131
Ross, Virginia - 131
Rothe, Lance - 131
Routh, Cathe - 131
Roy, Mary hlargaret - 40,131
Rush, William - 64,131
Roller, John - 131
Sachs, Alan - 57,134,131
Sandhaus, Robert - 39,87,97,129,
Scearce, William Dudley - 50,131
Schreiner, Terry - 131
Schultz, Don - 131
Schwab, Jo Ann - 4o,5o,57,l31
Scott, Debbie - 50,71,13l
Schakleford, Donna - 131
Shelton, Tony - 50,131
Shelton, Roger - 131
Shivers, Carol - 131
Schults, Bonnie - 131
Sims, James -131
skyles, Judy - 131
Skyles, Ronald - 64,131
Slone, Margie - 30,131
Slusher, Mike - 131
Snodgrass, Philip Dean - 131
Soper, Roy - 131
sewers, Kathy - 4o,5a,ls1
Spencer, Leroy - 131
Spreng, Carl - 50,57,132
Starkweather, Rory - 57,132
Steen, Dianna - 57,132
Stronp, Charles - 132
Strunk, Nora - 40,111,132
Sturgeon, Julie - 57,65,132
Sump, Connie - 41,132
Sump, Tim - 132
Tappmeyer, Ellen - 40,413,132
Thompson, Leland - 132
Thomas, Larry - 132
Thomson, Curt - 132
Thurston, Kevin - 132
Tillott, Edwin - 182
Tucker, Mary - 41,53,57,60,132
Tucker, Doug - 132
Tune, Larry - 132
Usery, John - 132
Vance, Hannah - 57,132
Vickers, Janice - 57,132
Vogeler, Vanna - 57,132
volglit, Bill - 39,B7,97,132
Wagoner, Richard - 133
Walker, John R. - 57,133
walker, Linda - las
Wassilak, John - 133
Waters, Gwen - 40,511,133
Wh aling, Robert -
Whites, Pat - 40,133
whitney, Steve - 39,97,133
Whitson, Karalene - 53,133
Witten, James - 46,133
Whitten, James -
Wienecke, Janet -
Wiggins, Donna -
Wiggins, Nancy - 40,43,45,57
Williams, David -
Williams, Dav1d1.ewis - 133
Williams, Don - 8
Williams, James - 64,133
Williams, Mike -
Willy, Marie - f-l1,5O,51,133
Wilson, Brenda -
ll'iSll0Il, Pat - 133
Wollard, James D. - 50,87,129,
Worstell, Margaret May - 133
Yount, Steve - 133
Special Awards ...... . . .70
Sports . ...... . . 76
StudentCouncil . . . . . 38
Student Life .... . . 10
Students . . .... . .120
Track . . . . , , 90
This We Remember .....
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With the completion ofthe 1966 Growler, those
who contributed their services can remember long,
solitary hours of hard labor before the final pages
were ready to be mailed for printing.
With deep appreciation for their devotion and
service, I would like to thank Mrs. Barbara Tryon
for her guidance as yearbook advisorg our photog-
raphersf-'Tara Martin, Lane Proctor, Lora Roberts,
Mr. Darrell Bradford of the HOLLA DAILY NEWS,
Mr. Del Valle, and Mr. J. M, Yountg Mr. Bill Ston-
son of Inter-Collegiate Pressg 1966 advertisersgthose
staff members who contributed their servicesg Mr.
Russ Perry of "Russell's" for the use of coats for
senior picturesg and the many RHS students and
teachers who gave their support by purchasing year-
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