RHS 65 Class Officers

President                        Roger Dabbs

Vice President                Karen (Pile( Ryerson

Secretary                        Robert Higbee

Treasurer                        Marty Verdieck (Swanger)

Lawyer                            Barbara (Braley) Longest

Lawyer                            Suzanne (Griffin) Israel

Historian                        Peggy (Braxton) Pellon

Historian                        Sally (Ray) Huston

Prophet                          Sharon (Pratt) Parker

Prophet                          Linda (Sewell) Collins  

RHS 65 Graduation Theme

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

                                             by Robert Frost

Whose woods these are I think I know.  

His house is in the village though;  

He will not see me stopping here  

To watch his woods fill up with snow.

  My little horse must think it queer  

To stop without a farmhouse near  

Between the woods and frozen lake  

The darkest evening of the year.  

He gives his harness bells a shake  

To ask if there is some mistake.  

The only other sound’s the sweep  

Of easy wind and downy flake.  

The woods are lovely, dark and deep,  

But I have promises to keep,  

And miles to go before I sleep,  

And miles to go before I sleep.

RHS 65 Graduation Facts

Baccalaureate Ceremony:  Sun, May 30, 1965

Graduation Ceremony:  Fri, June 4, 1965

Panama City, Florida Marina Auditorium


Class Valedictorian - Joe Banks

Class Salutatorian - Suzanne Griffin

RHS 65 Class Motto

"There is a past which is gone forever;

but there is a future which is still our own."

Rutherford Alma Mater

Rutherford our alma mater

Keep thy spirit bright,

And may our knowledge be our armor

as we praise thee high,

For thee we will honor

in years that we stand by,

And strive to thee our alma mater

What we think is right,

So sing we all our alma mater

Rutherford, we hail ...

RHS 65 Grad Bulletin.pdf