Reliance High School
Classes of 1921 - 1971
Welcome sign on the grounds of RHS
Hello, and welcome to our website.
This is a free site, and a very interesting & good walk down memory lane. We would like each graduate to participate. We have the graduates listed for each year, and ask that you implement your profile, so old friends and classmates can 'catch up' with you, and know what is going on with you today. Go to the index on the left & click on classmate PROFILES then click on the year you graduated. Click on your name & your profile page will appear
OUR HIGHSCHOOL REUNION WILL BE 6/24/17, A LETTER WILL FOLLOW. Classes being Honored are:
1922, '27, '32, '37, '42, '47, '52, '57, '62, & '67.
A volunteer is needed from each 'Honored Class' to collect information on their classmates, & to share the information the nite of our reunion. If you feel you are this person, please contact the Alumni Association.
frances stallman king
I received an email from Leighton Sattler this morning, informing me of Kieth Nissan's passing on February 24th. I am awaiting an obituary for 'In Memory'.
If you know of a missed obituary, please notify me by email.
Just a small glimpse of God’s majesty.Interesting Origins:A SHOT OF WHISKEYIn the old west a .45 cartridge for a six-gun cost 12 cents, so did a glass of whiskey. If a cowhand was low on cash he would often give the bartender a cartridge in exchange for a drink. This became known as a "shot" of whiskey.THE WHOLE NINE YARDSAmerican fighter planes in WW2 had machine guns that were fed by a belt of cartridges. The average plane held belts that were 27 feet (9 yards) long. If the pilot used up all his ammo he was said to have given it the whole nine yards.BUYING THE FARMThis is synonymous with dying. During WW1 soldiers were given life insurance policies worth $5,000. This was about the price of an average farm so if you died you "bought the farm" for your survivors.
AN INTERVIEW WITH GOD:
44,944 VISITORS AS OF FEBRUARY 29, 2016
I just spent a couple hours on the YEARBOOKS & ECHO'S page........revisiting many happy memories.
IF YOU DO NOTHING ELSE, HERE.....PLEASE CLICK ON THE 'CLASS REUNIONS' SITE. WHAT AN ABSOLUTE TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE THAT WILL BE FOR EVERYONE! LOVE IT, LOVE IT!
GOOD OLD DAYS - From time to time, we will post printed articles and/or links we hopewill be interesting to our classmates. Printed articles will be found on the GOOD OLD DAYS link.
http://oldfortyfives.com/TakeMeBackToTheFifties.htm Jan. 4, 2012
This is one of the best 50's video's I've seen. You will enjoy this. But only if you were in our generation or very close. . . . And if you were not in this generation -- listen and eat your hearts out. It was one of the best of times ... barbara
|Alan Jackson sings How Great Thou Art|
|Thanks for the memories .. Bob Hope and James Cagney
Sorry about the ads ... Couldn't get it to work without them. barbara
|Remembering the Diamonds' "Little Darlin' " 1957 and 2004|
|http://oldiestelevision.com/ Something for everyone! The biggest collection I have ever seen. I bookmarked mine to check out at my leisure. barbara|
|Remember Burma Shave signs? See Good Old Days Link on left|
|Old Barns and People|
|Classic cars of our youth|
|Karen Erickson's project in Africa|
|Genealogy of Lyman County|
|Restoration of Historic double bridges at Chamberlain. Link on left.|
RELIANCE SOUTH DAKOTA
• Gail Bingen (Byre) (1962) 3/30
• Debby Nissen (1969) 4/11
• Larry McManus (1960) 4/20
• Lindy Cosgrove (1964) 4/25