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Page 16 text:
PREXY BERNARD VICE-PREXY TOM
Co-captains of the class as well
as the team.
On a bright September morning in 194-6, sixty-eight students knocked
on the door of R. H. S. They were admitted and escorted 'to their home room
by the mighty seniors. The idea of being in high school and the fear of initia-
tion were enough to keep this class busy throughout the year. We were guided
that year by Mr. Lo Presti. We started our year with the following offirers:
Marge Williams is the competent secretary for Elizabeth Glass is the money-holder of the class
the class. Very handy with the needle and thread She forms a vital part of the senior clarinet quar
as well as the books. tet.
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liven though we were sent to school to learn something. we have hull our lun. Remember
the NI. V. L. C9l9lJI'illlOIl Y the Class Plays f X ariely Shows ff Square Dances. Aml to
turn the tables there were f Every Pupil Tests - SCl10lilI'Slllp 'll-sts f - Detention Slips f-
Excuses. Excuses mul Nlore Excuses ---- RENIEKIBEFU Y l F l
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sam ew straw, WM
Tom Sagle, president, Eugene Daniels, vice-president, Lena Smith, secretary,
and James Way, treasurer.
Having survived our freshman year, we took another step toward our
goal. This time we were enrolled as sophomores. We chose as officers: Barbara
Tharp, president, Ray Wallace, vice-president, Donna R-oberts, secretary, and
Bill Ridenour, treasurer. We held a 6'Royalty Dance" with Barbara Tharp
and Don Savage reigning as queen and king. During this year we were under
the leadership of Mr. Buck.
Our junior year started with a bang! Miss Clark was our supervisor.
We elected Bernard Sowers, president, Bill Ridenour, vice-president, Donna
Roberts, secretary, and Marge Williams, treasurer. We had many projects
which included the sale of schedule pencils and magazines. The proceeds from
these were used as the financial backing for our annual "Junior-Senior Promu.
We chose our mascot, a little dog, who was named 4'Shmoo". We also gave
our Variety Show and Class Play in which all the members of the class
At last we have reached our long determined goal as seniors under the
leadership of Miss Alice Carter. At our first class meeting vve chose the follow-
ing officers: Bernard Sovvers, president, Tom Sagle, vice-president, Marjorie
Williams, secretary, and Elizabeth Glass, treasurer. With the senior class trip
in mind, we started in on our money-making projects and discussed the usual
things such as pictures, caps and gowns, invitations, and graduation activities.
Our Homecoming Queen was Miss Donna Roberts and her senior attendant was
Miss Jone Watt. The heroes of the freshman class of 194-6, Tom Sagle and
Bernard Sowers, became the men of the hour as the co-captains of the football
team. Our class has been well represented in band, sports, cheerleading, and
clubs. Now, as we leave Roseville High School, we leave our empty room and
polished seats to the juniors in hopes that they can fill them as Well as we did.
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