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SENIVR CLASS i-IISTV R'
Our four years are finally over, and each and every senior has been
known to say, "Yes, these were the happiest years of my life." These years
have gone by so fast that, as we look back, we remember and think Iongingly.
As freshmen we went through the bewilderment of the first few days of
getting acquainted with new people and adapting ourselves to the unfamiliar
routine of high school life. The sophomores played hosts to us at the Fresh-
man Reception on October 15, and, with great initiative, we made the Frosh-
Tumblers dance a huge success. We went all out in the war effort by
sponsoring the crutch and cane campaign for disabled soldiers. Then before
we knew it we were moving up the ranks to another year.
As sophomores we started the year by honoring the new frosh at the Fresh-
man Reception. We started out with a leap and a bound to keep up with Mr.
Arp on his annual hikes. At the end of this year we decorated the platform for
the graduation and were even more anxious to become juniors.
At last, as upperclassmen, we out-did ourselves in school activities. We
worked as a class to sell magazine subscriptions to raise money to make our
prom, "Stairway to the Stars," one of the best in the history of RJ UHS. Then
we were given the opportunity to write our term papers on peacetime sub-
jects, a change from the emphasis on war which had prevailed for four years.
Our sponsors, Mrs. Spitler and Mr. Vicente, helped us greatly to prove that
we had the ability to be capable and competent Juniors.
Our last year finally arrived, and we were honored at the annual Junior
Prom. Following in close sequence were the Boxing Scamper, Girls' League
Show, Senior Ditch Day, Senior Banquet, Baccalaureate Sunday, and now
With this we bid a fond and sad farewell to RJUHS.
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
KENNETH BARNES, BETTE LEE CAGLEY, HARRY DANIELS. SAMMY DEMAS
PHILIP KISTER, KEITH NOAKES, DONALD SCOLES, ROBERT STRAND.
I'IIYI.LIS SMI I H
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KIAYNOR SIU! IKILRI
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MR. HENEIJET'l'I Vive Principal, Sofia! Studies: MISS Mc-
IIRAYER-Englisll: MRS. FLEMING-English, Sotiul Studies:
MRS. GRAIIAM-fMuthematirsg MISS LINDSEY-ffnglislag MISS
LE NOBEI.--English: MISS BUCKALEW-Sewing: MR. JOHN-
MRS. CLEMENT-Library: MR. ARP-Srirnrt Il: MRS. ARP-
Enylish: MR. BURNSAMerllaniral Drawing: MRS. COTTRELL-
Girls' Pllysirul Ed., Dramatirsf MRS. TREMS-Foods: MR. HOLEN
-Nlathematirsg MRS. ADAMS-Girls' Physical Edurativu: MR.
VICENTE--Spanish: MRS. HARTWIGQ--Chemistry, Marlumutirs.
MR. HANSON -l'rinripulg MR. RICHEY-Social Studies: MRS.
I7REENIAN7l.atin, Sofia! Studifsg MR. COHURN-Carpvllryg
MRS. COLLINS--Rtgistrarg MISS 0'NEILI.f-Commrrcial Sub-
jvftxg MR. GALE-English, Chorus: MR. BRADY--'Auto .Ill-
rlmnirs: MR. BOBIIfGenrrul Srirnrt, illalhrnmlirs.
NOT IN PICTURE
MR. DE WOOD--f0rrhestru, Band: MR. MOELLER---Hays' Phyl-
irul liduruliun: MR. RANSOME-'Bays' Physical Eduralion.
MRS. EDITH ROYER, Serrrtaryg MR. J. B. PAOLINI, MR.
STEVE RIOLO, MR. IJOULTON BURNER, MR. BEN
RUHKALA, MR. WILLARD DIETRICH.
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