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Page 22 text:
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.
Page 21 text:
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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Page 23 text:
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.
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