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Page 125 text:
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.
Page 124 text:
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
Page 126 text:
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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