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Typhoid vaccinations favailable to all studentsj were given by Dr. Barbara. Russell and other local doctors.
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Nora Strunk, Connie Sump, Sue Merrell, and Mary Roy at Meremac, but the juniors and seniors also enjoyed
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
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Alan Sachs fixes a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. and Mike Nelson.
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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.
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