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Rochester High School Class of 1965

Welcome fellow RHS Class of 1965 Warriors and Warriorettes!  The accompanying pages are an outgrowth of preparing and publishing our 50th class reunion souvenir booklet.  In order to have the booklets available for distribution at our July 17, 2015 reunion gathering, we decided not to include photographs.  Many of us are curious, of course, to see how gracefully our classmates are aging, so we opted to post reunion photos on this web site, allowing class members to view and print any images they may choose to keep. 

---> WE NEED YOUR HELP! <---

Please EMail your reunion photos to SodaBottles@yahoo.com for posting on this site.  We are also seeking images that fit the other sub-categories.  Wherever possible, please provide additional information, including the names of all pictured individuals.  Thank you!

SUB-CATEGORY PAGES:

Click these links to access the following pages:

Rochester High School Class of 1965: In Memoriam

Rochester High School Class of 1965 50th Reunion - 2015

Rochester High School Class of 1965 45th Reunion - 2010

Rochester High School Class of 1965 30th Reunion - 1995

Rochester High School Class of 1965 20th Reunion - 1985

Rochester High School Class of 1965 10th Reunion - 1975

Rochester High School Distinguished Alumni Award, 2015

Rochester High School Class of 1965 Images, 1961-1965

Rochester High School Class of 1965 Hangouts, 1961-1965

Grand Mound Grade School Images, 1953-1958

Littlerock Grade School Images, 1953-1961

Rochester Grade School Images, 1953-1961 (updated 09-15-16)

PRINTING SUGGESTIONS

The accompanying photos may appear small and/or fuzzy on your monitor, making it challenging to recognize specific individuals, particularly for those of us with aging eyes.  Not to worry!  All of the images were scanned at high resolution and intentionally not compressed.  The lack of compression means they take a little longer to download, but the benefits far outweigh a few seconds of downloading time when it comes to printing.  Try this approach for viewing and printing images:

  1. Choose a desired photo;

  2. Right click the photo and a dialog box will open;

  3. Click "Save picture as..." to name and save the photo in a file of your choosing;

  4. The saved photo can be viewed at a larger size, sent as an EMail attachment, cropped to focus on specific individuals (see example below), printed, etc. 

  5. To print the photo, open a word processing program (such as Microsoft Word) and create a new (blank) document;

  6. Select the page orientation (portrait or landscape) matching the shape of the photo you are printing;

  7. Insert the photo into the document, size it as desired, and print.

This image of Danny Weber, Mervin Winkle, and Joey Morrow was cropped from the Littlerock Grade School third grade class photo.  Nice cuffs on those jeans, Merv, but how come you weren't wearing a cool cowboy shirt like Danny and Joey?  Noting the wear on the knees of their jeans, these three desperados likely knuckled down for more than a few games of marbles at recess...