Abraham Lincoln High School - Railsplitter Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)

 - Class of 1957

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57 »)■»■ ' .—■»— ■Jj W»- ' ' f . ■ . ii- °W c T CL t_f oJ2_ Mr a. 4 § - «5_- ' ' ■ Swbraliani cJLlncoln rrlali S cliool Jli e S ei i tor f a itsp litter - iiblished foif Uhe Anne. 1 95 en ior C (a J J (Lai feci (JSii Aonrnatism 2 ( -laSS r DeS rr Joined, Jsowa • Dedicated to the proposition that the opportunities j-or student learning are equal • • • Jable of Contents Page Faculty __ 5 Senior Class . 9 Get Together 28 Journalism 29 Sports 31 Picture Page .. ._. 33 Picture Page 39 Picture Page 40 Music 41 Picture Page 44 Play 45 Student Council _. .49 Staff 51 Organizations 57 Fall Highlights ... 61 • • • Lyne Score and fourteen uearS aqo, our fathers broualit forth on tills around, roraham oLincoin rriqn School • • • L y the students, ou the parents, and for the community • • • VIVIAN HAAG Office KATHLEEN SHIFFER Registrar KAREN BREWER Attendance Clerk ( Lincoln htiah jracuitu AARON C. HUTCHENS, Principal Walter Besley, vice principal Helen Holt, librarian Kathleen Shiffer, registrar Vivian L. Haag, office Rosalind Ahrens Jack A. Anderson James Ator Everette Bell Robert Bellis Max Berry Polly Caple Donald Ceynar George Chatman Howard T. Cox Ruth Davison M. Jane Ealy Edgar O. Eckey Jim Fitzsimmons Virgil G. Fox Lorin H. Graaff Herbert Grabau Roger Heath Wayne D. Heintz Edward Hemenway Scotty Hoff Larry Hoffman Alice Holmes Richard Hoskins Evelyn Johnson Kathryn Kirkhoff George Knotts Donald Koroch Vona Ann Larson B. Pearl Mapel Ray McAdam John McWhirter Jed Miller A. Irene Moroney Edward N. Nelson Gordon W. Opel Wayne Pos Mary Riggs Mabel I. Robbins Glenn Rouse Patricia Runyan Iris Anderson, girls ' advisor Emma Dennis, nurse Mary Ann Starin, nurse Karen Brewer, attendance Henry E. Sanders Emily K. Scanlan Eleanor Selby Edith Sherwood Donald Simmons Wendell F. Stone Ivan Stoner Beatrice Strieby Gladys E. Sutter Francis Talarico Dolores Taylor Elizabeth Tyler Betty Jean Walsh Tom Wilgenbush June Wilson Robert Wilson Walter D. Wilson Merle W. Wood Donna Wright Ruth Wyatt -7— We have met in the halls of a great school - ?SSte -. ■ - Vi ftt ss»-l With the words of Abraham Lincoln ' s Gettysburg Address, we take you into the lives of the students participating in the many activities. Ycu have already seen the members of the faculty for this semester and will meet the June 1957 graduat- ing class, and their class officers who are pictured below, the athletes, including four state champions, the mus- icians, the dramatists, the student governing body, the staff members that the students and teachers depend on, and the students that are preparing for their in- tended future careers. A pictorial tour will follow, illustrating a modern Lincoln High version of the Gettysburg Address. JAMES SLOAN L LARRY CRANE Vice President NANCY SULLIVAN Treasurer -10— Judy Ackerlund . . . Judy hails from Phillips and can be found in H. R. 203. Mr. Pos rates as her favorite teacher while she can be seen with Darlene, Brenda, Ruth, Ellen, Ramona and the gang. Judy is a member of C.A.P., T.B.C., and T.C.G. Green Door and True Love are her favorite songs. You can always hear her saying " How about that? " while her talent is staying up all night at certain slumber parties. Among " Jud ' s " hobbies are buying doughnuts at 4:00 m the morning. Judy ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To make the grade as an air-line hostess Judy Jean Allen . . . Judy hails from Amos Hiatt where she claims she was a good girl. This cute gal with brown hair and brown eyes says that her favorite subject is typing. She pals with Lucille, Corm, and Pat. Can be heard saying " Let ' s go someplace! " Judy claims that her talent is making pizza. Among her hobbies we find sewing and working on Charley ' s car. She is a member of Rainbow, and C.H. A.R.L.E.Y. Her biggest thrill was getting her ring. Her favorite songs are Don ' t Forbid Me and You Don ' t Owe Me A Thing. Her pet peeve is girls who think they are better than others. Ambition: To always make a special person happy. Sandra Louise Allen . . . Sandy comes to us from Park Avenue and is in H. R. 203. This cute gal can usually be seen with the girls in T.C.A. You can always hear Sandy saying " Tell me — that ' s the way it goes. " Sandra has served on junior student council and was president of office staff. Her hobbies are swim- ming, horseback riding, L.F.R.L., go- ing to Iowa City with Carlin. Sandra is a member of T.C A. and A. L. L.E.N. The Nearness Of You rates tops on her list of songs. Sandy tells us her pet peeve is copycats. Receiving her ring was her biggest thrill. Ambition: To go to Iowa U., get my M.R.S. and always have lots of fun. Larry Lee Armel . . . " Larry " hails from Army Post and is in homeroom 203. Miss Davison is his favorite teacher and mechani- cal drawing is his favorite subject. Larry can be seen with Carl, Jim, and John. " What are you going to do? " is what Larry can be heard saying. Larry is a member of A.A.U. and has earned two letters in cross country and two letters in track. He has served nine semesters in band and Moonlight Gambler is his favor- ite song. His talent is trying to play the clarinet in band. Larry ' s biggest thrill was being on the state champi- onship mile team. Ambition: To graduate from Iowa State College. David William Ash . . . Bill hails from Park Avenue and can be found in H. R. 203. " Willy " can usually be seen with Tom, Terry, and the boys. Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Stone rate high on his list of teachers while art and chemistry are his favorite subjects. Bill claims his talent is lying. Willy is a faithful member of Big " 3 " , P.A.G., T.R.E.S.S.E.L. Bill ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be a big success and never worry. Duanc Edward Atcheson . . . Duane ' s favorite teacher is Mr. Sand- ers while his favorite subject is auto mechanics. He came to Lincoln from Patterson, Iowa and is now in home- room 203. Moonlight Gambler tops his list of favorite songs. Working is Duane ' s hobby. He can be seen with Butch, Gary, Bill, and Don. This guy with the brown hair has received letters in basketball and is a faithful member of W.H.R.A. He says his biggest thrill is rolling cars. Ambition: To get an office job. Janet Louise Austin . . . Janet hails from Park Avenue, has brown hair and is a member of homeroom 203. " Duzzie " likes all her teachers and all her subjects. She can always be seen with Linda, Carol, Barbara, and Jane and her pals in Journalism are Betty, Sharon and Carol. Janet ' s favorite expression is " You better believe it. " All her tal- lents seem to be hidden, and her hobbies are writing letters and going to showers. " Duzzie " is a faithful member of W.H.R.A., J.O.H.N., and C.J.L. and she has also served on the gym staff for one year. Her favorite song is Young Love and her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To make my parents proud of me and to have lots of friends. Susan Anne Ballard . . . Sue came to us from Howe, and now is a faithful member of homeroom 203. This cute brown haired lass has served on secretarial staff for four semesters Miss Sutter rates top on " Sue ' s " list of favorite teachers, while bookkeeping is her favorite subject. " Sue " can be seen with Jackie, Carol, Judy, and Dixie. She can be heard saying " Good Grief " while Young Love and Mary Ann are her favorite songs. " Sue ' s " clubs are F.U N. and H.A.P.P.I.N.E.S.S. and her hobbies are fishing and swimming Her talents are driving her car to school and talking in bookkeeping. People who never do, what they say they will, is " Sue ' s " pet peeve. Her biggest thrill will be graduation Ambition: To do good in whatever she tries and make everyone proud of her. Annette Barnard . . . In H. R. 203 we can find this cute little gal, Anne comes to Lincoln from Park Avenue. She can always be seen with Bon, R.R., Bev, and the rest of the gang. Her many services include office staff, secretarial staff, and student council. Her talent is getting embarrassed. She is a faith- ful member of J. A., T.B.C., M.C.C., L.D.G., and R.R. Anne claims kids who crack gum in class is her pet peeve. Mary ' s Boy Child, and Moon- glow rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Her biggest thrill will be graduation and the future. Ambition: To be happy and success- ful in whatever I do. John Paul Bartholomew . . . This good looking fellow comes to Lincoln from Norwalk. John can be seen with Bob, Dick, Mike, Benny, and Larry. John claims his hobbies are parties and sports. He is a mem- ber of W.H.R.A., S.L.F.C, and W.O. W. It seems John can always be heard saying " Don ' t let it frost ya ' . " Young Love and Blueberry Hill rate tops on his list of favorite songs. John was so-so embarrassed one Sun- day afternoon at the reservoir. He claims his only service as being stu- dent council president. He has re- ceived one letter in baseball. He claims Elvis Presley is his pet peeve. His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To graduate from college and have friends always. Robert Bates . . . Army Post claims this brown haired lad who is now in homeroom 203. Bob claims his biggest thrills are graduation and being in the most successful play, " Heaven Can Wait. " Bob ' s favorite teacher is Mr. Koroch and his favorite subject is radio. He can be seen in the halls with Earl, Dave, Raymond, Woyne and John. He, and Love Me Tender are tops on his list of songs. He can be heard saying " Well I ' ll Be Cow-Kicked by a Mule. " " Bobby ' s " talents are sleep- ing, eating, and remembering phone numbers. " Bob ' s " clubs are H.O.U. N.D., B.R.O.K.E., and H.A.M.S. He has participated in track, cross coun- try and wrestling. His hobbies are animals, and standing on the corner. Ambition: To graduate from Drake and batch for 10 years. etty Jane Beckman . . . It seems that Betty was so em- barrassed one day while telling Perk- ie and Connie all about the night before. This cute brown haired gal Ho her favorite subject as dramatics. She is a faithful member of C.H.A.T.S., F.F.S., F.L.G.A. and F.B.I. Betty served on library staff. Her favorite quotation seems to be " follow us " and " Huh! " Pals with Perkie, Con- nie, Barb and the rest of the gang. Betty claims her tolent is planting fish hooks in cars while her hobby is water skiing. Ambition: To complete several years of college and become a success. Linda Jo Belonger . . . " Lindy " hails from Park Avenue and is a member of homeroom 203. Miss Holmes and typing rate high with this brown haired gal. She can be seen with Carol, Janet, Barbara, and Gene. While in journalism, she can be seen with Carol and Janet. " Jo " can be heard saying " Heavens to Betsy! " and " Honestly? " Don ' t Forbid Me and Young Love are her favor- ite songs. Her talents are playing hookey, ploying piano, and riding in cars, and her hobbies are horses, boys, eating, sleeping, and writing letters. " Lynn " has served on office staff and student council. She be- longs to C.G.C , W.H.R A.S.A.F.B.I., and G.E.N. E. and lettered in loafing and tiddly winks. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To travel and always be happy. Phyllis Nadine Benton . . . " Phyl-Phyl " is a faithful member of homemaking staff. This cute little gal has brown hair and blue eyes. She can always be seen with the girls in CM. P. Egghead is her favor- ite song and " Slow Down " and " Early to bed, early to rise, just isn ' t o bit of fun " are her favorite quotations. Phyl enjoys going DEAR hunting and her talent is getting flat tires at the wrong places. Clubs include CM. P., B.I.L.L., W.F., F.B.I., and M.I. N.N. I. E.S. Phyllis was very embarrassed when she got stalled downtown with M.C, M.P., and J.W. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: Live a happy, successful David Shaun Brannen . . . Dave came here in seventh grade from Howe and is now in homeroom 203. His favorite subject is auto mechanics. Dave can be seen with Don, Harvey, Earl, and Ron. Young Love and Love Me Tender are Dave ' s favorite songs. He is a member of L.O.A.F.E.R.S. This brown haired guy claims his biggest thrill will be grad- uation. Ambition: To be a success in every- thing he tries. :ute boy w th brown hair and to 9th grade Maple Grove. He i in harne- 203 and c lai TIS M ss Holmes 5 favorite teacher and auto jnics as h s favori re subject. listenir music and messing with cars. John belongs to GIRLS . . . GIRLS . . . GIRLS, and FFFH. He runs around with Jock, Rich, Larry, Jack and Jim. John has lettered twice in wrestling and went to the state wrestling meet at Cedar Falls, at 1 65. He claims his embarassmg iing to Ambition: To 2nd be Jerry Lee Brown . . . " Bub " came to Lincoln from Howe and can always be seen with Dick, Joe, and Bob. His only talent is toe dancing. He says his hobbies are sports, hunting and eating. Young Love and Blue Monday rate high on his list of songs. He claims his big- gest thrill is yet to come. " How would you like to eat a knuckle sandwich? " is his favorite quotation. Jerry is a member of 203 and has basketball, football, and lettered ir baseball. Ambition: ways have To be and orma Jean Byg . . . " Bugs " comes to us from Park Ave- nue and has served in chorus, girls glee club, and student council. This little gal is a member of F.B.I., 3-D ' s, W.H.R. A., and Mermaids. Her hob- bies include swimming, dancing, and ig t.i She be ith Brenda, Patty, Colleen, and John. Her favorite quotation is " I doubt it. " Tenderly and Young Love rate tops on her list of favorite songs. She claims her talent is saying the wrong thing at the right time. Her biggest thrill will be in the future. Two-faced people seem be be her pet peeve. Ambition: To find my place in life and enrich the world with happiness. Robert Lee Carter . . . Bob came to Lincoln from Howe and is a member of homeroom 203. This brown haired lad can be seen with Dan Reyes, Bob Tomlinson, Jerry Simmons, and Chuck Queener and his favorite saying is " Oh, come off it! " Young Love and Love Me are Bob ' s favorite songs. He served on student council in junior high and also belongs to F.B.Y.P. and L.O.A. F.E.R.S. and participated in 4-H for eight years. Graduation will be his biggest thrill. Sleeping in English 8 is his only claimed talent, and his hobbies are walking around the halls with Dan, girls and cars. Ambition: To graduate from Iowa State and lead a happy and success- ful life. ictona Cataldo . . . " Vicky " comes to Lincoln from St. Anthony and can be found in H. R. 203. She can be seen with Nancy, Helen, Judy, Sally Jo, Loretta, Car- men, ond Rosie.- She is a faithful member of pep club, J. A., G.R. E.E.N. D.0.0 R. It seems that she has too many hobbies to mention. Her em- barrassing moment is to awful to mention. (How about that Vic!) Her services include gym staff, vice pres. of secretarial staff. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Don ' t Be Cruel and True Love rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Her favorite foods are pizza, pizza, and chicken. Ambition: To be happy ond make a success of whatever I do. Christi Th ■ haired, blue eyed gal is better known as Maggots. She hails from Park Ave. and is in home room 203. Maggots pals with the girls m CM. P. and J.W. She can always be heard saying " Don ' t sweat it. " She was a member of homemak- mg staff for one year. She claims her talents are finding things M.P. loses. Her clubs include L.O.C, T.B. C, PIZZA., and M.I.N.N.I.E.S. Maggot ' s pet peeve is people who have to make a big show. Her most embarrossing moment was getting stalled downtown with M.P., J.W., and P.B. Ambition: To go to I.B.M. school and be succ : e Junior Claman . . . Joe came to Lincoln from Army Post. " Curly " says graduation will be his biggest thrill. Joe is a faithful mem- ber of homeroom 203. His hobby is sleeping till noon on Saturdays while his talents haven ' t yet been discov- ered. " Curly " pals with Roger and Jerry id his pal louri Max. Mr. Sanders rates high on Joe ' s list of teachers. " You don ' t say " seems to be this brown haired lad ' s favorite expression. Joe says his fav- orite songs are Young Love and I Ain ' t Got No Home. Ambition: To hove lots of money. Charlene Gale Clark . . . Charlene is in homeroom 203 and came to us from Park Avenue. She has dark brown hair and pals with the T.C.A. gang which includes Alice, Carhn, Judy, Patty, Joan, Margo, Barb and Sandra. Tell Me and Really are her favorite quotations while Blue Moon and Young Love are her favorite songs T.C.A. slumber par- ties and Doran are her hobbies and her clubs include T.C.A., D.L.C., and Rainbows. Her pet peeve is copy cats and her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To live a long and happy life and have many friends. Annette Coldwell . . . This cute blond haired lass came to us from Army Post and now is a faithful member of homeroom 203. Annette can be seen with Sue, Karen, Vivian, and Sharon. All of Annette ' s teachers are tops with her, while history and radio are her favorite subjects. Annette belongs to the future nurses club. And her favorite songs are Singing The Blues and Blueberry Hill. Annette ' s talent is saying the wrong thing at the right time. Graduation will be Annette ' s biggest thrill. Ambition: To graduate from nursing school. Larry E. Cook . . . " Cosmo " comes to us from Park Avenue and can be found in home- room 203. This cute little brown haired boy can be seen with Bo, Rock y, Baldy, and everyone. " Lave- rado " can usually be seen embarras- sing people and saying " Well, how about that! " Larry claims he never gets embarrassed, but we know bet- ter. Cook is a faithful member of P.A.G., B.E.A.S., T.R.E.S.S.E.L. Chugg- ing cokes and being at Tressel seem to be Larry ' s hobbies. " Cosmo ' s " favorite songs are Pennies From Heaven and Stardust. Larry ' s biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a success and hove fun doing it. Judy Elizabeth Cord . . . " Cordy " hails from St. Anthony ' s and is now a faithful member of home- room 203. This brown haired lass can be seen with Betty, Sharon, Con- nie, Barb, and Maye. Miss Ebers and Mrs. Wilson tie for first place on Judy ' s list of favorite teachers, while homeroom, lunch hour, and gym are her favorite subjects. " Real torchy " and " Follow us " are her favorite quotations, while her favorite song is Embraceable You. Judy ' s hobbies include writing letters and tennis, in which she has lettered twice. She has been captain of the tennis team and is also on gym staff. Her talent is having a knack for embarrassing people. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To go to college and to have many friends through the years. Lucille Kay Cotrone . . . Lucy comes to us from St. Anthonys. This dark haired little gal is in home room 203. She can always be seen with the girls in CM. P., Carm, Pat and the rest of the gang. Her favor- ite quotations are " Huh " and " So there you go! " Lucy ' s talents are making pizza and saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. Her favor- ite songs are Young Love and Nine- ty-Nine Ways while her hobbies seem to be CHAT meetings. Her pet peeve is people who feel sorry for them- selves. Clubs include C.H.A.T.S., T. B.C., F.B.I. Lucy ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To better myself, be happy, and make many more friends. Brenda Diane Cox . . . " Bren " can be found in H. R. 203. She came to Lincoln from St Peter ' s. She can always be seen with Jo, Norma, Doreen, and Judy. Her many services include five semesters of chorus, student council, and four semesters in F.N.C. Her talents are tasting acids in chemistry, and smok- ing cigars. Her hobbies include parties, (especially slumber parties.) She is a faithful member of F.B.I., and W.H.R.A. Bren was so — em- barrassed when helping a certain person think of excuses to get out of a certain predicament. Her pet peeves are two-faced people. Biggest thrill will be to graduate from nurses training. Ambition: To make many new friends and become an R.N. Lorry Earl Crane . . . Larry chums with Don, Charles, Bob, Larry, Milo, Dick, Jerry and Karen. He can be heard saying " Get in and close the door! " Mr. Stone rates high on his list of teachers and chemistry is his favorite subject. " Train " came to us from Elm Grove and is in homeroom 203. He has served on junior student council and has re- ceived two letters in football and two in track. Larry claims his talent is burning gas in his car and buying gas to burn is his hobby. " Train " belongs to F.F.A. and K. A. R.E.N. Young Love and Don ' t Forbid Me are his favorites. Larry ' s biggest thrill was giving a certain someone her ring. Ambition: To go to college and get Carolyn Joann Crees . . . Mr. Wood and Mr. Sanders rate high with Carolyn who is a member of homeroom 203. This girt with the Brown hair and eyes to match hails from Washington and prefers law and journalism as studies. She can usually be seen with Pat, Linda, Anise, Lola, and Karen. Carolyn ' s favorite songs are Young Love and True Love and her favorite sayings are " How about that? " and " Man, you ' ve got a draft! " Her pet peeve is boys who chew bubble gum and smoke at the same time. Her talent is talking to a certain someone on the telephone and her hobbies are boys and roller skating. She is a member of C.L.A.P. and " Cell Block 239. " Her biggest thrill will be grad- uation. Cormella Louise Crivoro . . . Carm is in H. R. 203 and claims she likes oil her teachers. She pals with C.H.A.T.S. and CM. P. " I ' m embarrassed " is Carm ' s favorite quotation. This cute little gal was a faithful member of secretarial staff for two years. Hobbies include playing football in the house. Young Love and Teen-Age Promise rate high on her list of songs. Clubs include C.H.A.T.S., T.B.C., CM. P., and T.H. Policemen seem to em- barrass Carm after being caught by two of them at the airport. People who start things that aren ' t true is Carm ' s pet peeve. Ambition: To be a success in what- ever I do, have many friends and always be happy. Thomas R. Cross . . . Tom came to us from Washington and is a faithful member of 203. Can always be seen with Skeeter DiSalvo and crew. Tom Cat claims his talent is stealing Meredith ' s park- ing place. His hobbies are making his day dreams come true. " Thats terrible " seems to be his favorite quotation while Fever and Hon key Tonk are his favorite songs. All of Tom ' s thrills seem too big. Ambition: To have an ambition. Earl Dolby Culver, Jr. . . . " Dal " transferred from Winterset High in 10-B and is a member of homeroom 203. His hair is brown and he claims Mr. Stone is his favor- ite teacher. He pals around with David Brannen, Harvey Wilson, Frank Hatch, and Don Woods and can be heard saying " You tell me, then we ' ll both know. " His favorite songs are Look Homeward Angel and My Prayer. Eorl claims his talents are still hidden and his hobbies are hunt- ing and fishing. He belongs to L.O.A.F.E.R.S. and has lettered in wrestling. His biggest thrill came when he bought a 1928 Model A Ford. Ambition: To see the world. Charles Benny Dougherty . . . Charles hails from Army Post and is now a loyal member of E.C home- room. This brown haired boy rates English and math as his favorite subjects, while Mr. Stone and Miss Davison rate high as teachers. He can be seen with Bob K., John B., Larry C, Dick S., ond Doug S. He rates Young Love and Banana Boat Song as his favorite songs and " That ' s That! " as his favorite say- ing. He is a faithful member of F.F.A., A.L.H., and G.I.R.L.S. and his hobby is trying to keep his car run- ning. Benny claims his talents are very few and his biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a good friend of everyone and make good in what ever he tries. Margo Andrea Davis . . . " Mar " came to Lincoln from Jeffer- son and is a faithful member of homeroom E.C. She likes all of her teachers and classes. She pals with T.C.A. gang, " Gay " , and the F.I.V. E.S. and can be heard saying " It was reeeeally big! " Her hobbies in- clude writing poetry and scaring little bugs. " Mar ' s " talents are play- ing piano and singing off key. My Little Angel and the Pepsodent Song are Margo ' s favorites and being Homecoming Queen Attendant was her biggest thrill. This cute brown haired girl has lettered twice in cheerleading and her services include library staff, junior and senior stu- dent council, sextet, and two school plays Ambition: To go to college and be a success m life. onna Goynell DeForest . . . Brown hair and brown eyes describe none other than Dee Dee. She hails from Army Post and is a member of homeroom E.C. Mr. Stone and chem- istry are her favorites and she can always be seen with Carol T., Carol L., Evy, Gail, and Judy. Her favorite quotation is " Mr. Stone, what do 1 do now? " Dee Dee ' s hobby is watching Jud start the speed boat races and her talent is giggling. Her biggest thrill is yet to come and she has a letter in tick, tact, toe. Dee Dee ' s clubs include FT. A., K.K.K., S.A.M., R.H.T., and Mickey Mouse. Her favorite songs are The Moon- light Gambler and You ' ll Never Walk Alone. Ambition: To be successful and happy. Rose Marie Disco . . . Rosie comes to us from McKinley and is found in H. R. E. C Mr. Sanders is her favorite teacher. Rose pals with Carm, Connie, Earl, and Fred while she can be heard saying " You ' re only crazy. " Among her services are gym staff five semes- ters. Rose is a faithful member of F.F.S., S.S.S., A.R.M.Y., D.V.A. Among her pet peeves are iealous people. Rose tells us she has no talent. Ambition: To go to Arizona with Carmen. onnie Rachel Dobbins . . . Bon comes to Lincoln from Park Avenue. Her services include senior student council, and circulation man- ager for the newspaper. She claims her talent is getting along with Annette. She is a faithful member of M.CC, J.A., and T.B.C. " Bon " was so-so embarrassed on one April Fools Day. People who want some- thing for nothing seems to be Bon- nie ' s pet peeve. Slumber parties and bowling are her hobbies. She can always be seen with Annette, Bev- erly, and the rest of the gang. Graduation will be Bonnie ' s biggest thrill. Ambition: To be successful and have many friends. Barbara Downey . . . This brown haired girl hails from Park Avenue. Her homeroom is E. C. Mr. Wood tops " Bobbie ' s " list for teachers and law is her favorite sub- ject. Young Love and Moonlight Gambler are her favorite songs and she can be heard saying " You better believe it! " Her clubs are GENE, and B.I.G.G.I.E.S. and she pals with Rose and Gene. Barbara claims her talents are well hidden and her only hobby is sleeping. Her biggest thrill will be getting married. Ambition: To make that certain someone happy. Patricia Louise Epp . . . Pat came to us from Washington and is a member of homeroom E.C. This blonde hair, blue eyed, gal is pals with Lucille, Carm, Judy and the rest of the gang. " Oh, I ' m em- barrassed " seems to be her favorite quotation while Young Love and Butterfly rate high on her list of favorite songs. She is a faithful member of C.H.A.T.S., T.B.C, T.H., F.B.I. P.E. was so embarrassed one day down town. Her pet peeve is people who think they are better than others and her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a success and always have many friends. , Beverly Wanda Exterd . . . This sweet brown haired gal comes to us from Army Post. Pals with Nancy, Bonnie, Annette and rest of the gang. " Bev " served on library staff and on senior student council. She is a faithful member of M.C.C. and J. A. She claims her talent is embarrassing people while her hob- b.es are slumber parties, and ice skating. It seems Bev can always be heard saying " Oh Johnathan! " Her pet peeve is people who are your friends one minute and snub you the next. Biggest thrill is still in the future. Ambition: Be successful, have many friends, and travel the wide, wide world. onnie Lou Field . . . This cute gal with brown hair came to us from Army Post. She claims her most embarrassing moments were losing her shoes downtown and being alone??? in a Chevy on the capital grounds. " 15 ' s " only talent is learn- ing how and playing canasta with Sharon. Marty ' s favorite song is The Frog Man Song. She pals with Perkie " 10 " , Becky " 5 " , Barbara " 20 " , and the rest of the gang. Marty is a member of F.F.S., D.V.A., Pee Fee Bee Zee, and F.L.G.A. She can always be heard saying " Follow Us " , and " Good, glad to hear it. " Her service is p:cking up after the kids. Connie ' s hobbies are goofing off with " 5 " and 10 " , getting lost, and BOYS. She has lettered once in golf. Her big- gest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be loved by one and liked by all. Marilyn Mae Field . . . Mae has brown hair and hazel eyes. She pals with Sharon, Larry and Pnscillo. She can always be heard saying, " If you ' re so smart then why aren ' t you rich? " Her services are maiorette for two years and junior and senior choruses. Mae was cap- tain and received one letter in golf. Talking and losing things are her talents and her most embarrassing moment was dropping a bottle of milk in the cafeteria. Her pet peeve is S.H. She ' s o faithful member of F F.S., D.V.A., and L.A.R.R.Y. Ambition: To be a success m every- thing I attempt. Brenda Annette Foust . . . This cute little gal from homeroom EC. comes to us from Park Avenue. She is a faithful member of S.S.M. F.N.C., D.O.R.I.A.N., C.H.A.T.S., F.B. I , and T.B.C. Her many services include six semesters on nurses staff and two semesters in student council. She can always be seen with Sal, Bren, Karen, Pat, Carm, and rest of the gang. Her hobbies include sew- ing, tennis, and making pizza with Karen. Young Love and Stardust rate tops on her list of songs. Brenda was thrilled at being Homecoming Queen Attendant. She has received two letters in tennis. Ambition: To become a R.N., have many friends, and always be happy. Marilyn George . . . " George " can always be seen with Roseanne and Delores. She claims her favorite subjects are shorthand and typing. Miss Sutter rates tops with her and her services include band. Her hobbies are eating pizza, and saying the right thing at the wrong time, by the way she can always be heard saying, " That ' s the way it goes. " This cute gal with brown hair hails from Rapid City, South Dakota, and is a faithful member of homeroom EC. Her big- gest thrill will be graduation and her clubs include G.U.M., GO. S.S.I. P., and L.A.Z.Y. George ' s favorite songs ore House of Blue Lights and I Spoke Too Soon. Ambition: To be a success in what- ever I attempt. Rosonne Gorla . . . " Rogie " hails from St. Anthony and is a faithful member of EC. home- room. This cute black haired gal claims Mr. Wood and bookkeeping as her favorites. She can always be seen with George and Deloris and can be heard saying " " That ' s life. " Her favorite songs are Young Love and Theme from Giant. Her hobbies include hiding people in closets and one of her talents is being late for homeroom. L.A.Z.Y., P.I.Z.Z.A., and M.A.L.E.S. are just three of her clubs and about her biggest thrill, she claims that ' s a secret. " Rogie ' s " most emborrassing moment hap- pened one night when two certain people met. Ambition: To find happiness for my- self and all those I love. Donald Paul Gowin . . . " Goom " attended Elm Grove before coming to Lincoln and now is a member of homeroom EC. This brown eyed, brown haired kid claims his fav- orite teacher is Mr. Stone and that his favorite subject is chemistry. He can be seen with Milo, Larry H., and Larry C. His favorite songs are Young Love and Blue Monday. His pet expression is " Haven ' t got one. " Getting out of calling a certain per- son is his talent and his hobbies include wrestling. His biggest thrill will be graduation and his clubs in- clude F.F.A., J.O.A.NN.E., and G.R. ILL. He has won three letters in wrestling. Ambition: Live long and have many friends. Jack Leigh Griffin . . . Jack came to us from Ternl, Iowa and is now a faithful member of homeroom EC. Mr. Grabau and biology are his favorites. Jack has lettered in swimming and his hobbies include hunting, trapping, and water skiing. This lod with the light brown hair con usually be seen with Rich- ard, Jim, and Bill. Jack ' s biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To become a conservation officer. Michael C. Griggs . . . Pennsylvania ' s loss was Lincoln ' s gain, when Mike came to us from Emlenton Joint High School in Penn- sylvania. He claims all of his teach- ers are favorites and chemistry is his favorite subject. This cute guy with brown hair and eyes to match can usually be seen with John, Ron, Dick and Bill. He is a member of homeroom E.C. Don ' t Forbid Me and Garden Of Eden rate high on his list of songs. It seems the word, " well " , is often used by Mike. His hobbies include hunting, tropical fish and all sports. Working with acid seems to be a " special " hobby. Mike is out for spring track and has a real tal- ent for pole vaulting. Ambition: To graduate from college and become one of the best chem- Milo F. Harper . . . This good looking fellow comes to us from Army Post school. Milo can always be seen with Terry, Larry, Bob, Don, and Larry. He is a faith- ful member of F.F.A., G.R.I.L.L., and G.I.R.L.S. and his hobbies include eating, seeping and loafing. Milo tells us losing money on bus trips is his talent. He has received letters in football and wrestling. His servi- ces include student council, and hall monitor. Young Love and Moonlight Gambler rate tops on his list of songs. Girls who think they know everything is Milo ' s pet peeve. Grad- uation will be his biggest thrill. Ambition: To be successful in life. rank Hatch . . . " Satch " come to us from Stowe grade school and is now a faithful member of homeroom E.C. This brown haired lad can usually be seen with Earl, Harvey, and Don, while in journalism he can be seen with Bob Bates. " Don ' t be stupid, do it my way " is " Satch ' s " favorite quotation. Frank belongs to CAP. Ambition: To do that, that he has to do, to the best of his ability Sarah Pauline Haydon . . . " Sal " comes to us from Howe school. Sally can always be seen with Bren, Pat, Bon, Carm, Karen, and the rest of the Chats. Her hobbies are Chat meetings, staying up all night, swim- ming and tennis. She is a faithful member of C.H.A.T.S., F.N.C., L.L.I., F.B.I., T.H., and T.B.C. Her many services include office staff, junior and senior student council. Sally has received letters in tennis and cheer- leading. Stardust, and I ' ll See You In My Dreams, rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Sally ' s most em- barrassing moment was a certain day in Younker ' s basement. She claims incorrect English grammar is her pet peeve. Her biggest thrill is yet to Ambition: To travel a successful road to happiness and have many friends along the way. Larry Lee Hayes . . . This good looking fellow comes to Lincoln from Elm Grove. He is a faithful member of De Molay and he claims his hobby is sports. He has received letters in tennis, foot- ball, and wrestling. Young Love, Suddenly There ' s A Valley, and Friendly Persuasion rate tops on his list of favorite songs. He can always be seen with Milo, Don, Larry, and Mae. He claims wrestling as his only talent. Becoming district champ as a soph., and winning the state final was Larry ' s biggest thrill. Ambition: Graduate from college as an engineer. nna Jane Henline . . . This cute brown haired girl came t us from Army Post and now is member of homeroom E.C. Jane favorite teachers are Mr. Wood, Mi: Moroney, and Mr. Sanders, whil homemaking and journalism are ht ite jbiocts can ,alk ith Bonnie, Judy, A.mee, Mary Lou, and Corky. In journalism she is usually with Barbara. Jane has served on the gym staff and has lettered in marbles, ping pong, and tinker toys. Young Love, and Blue- berry Hill are Jane ' s favorite songs while " Oh never mind! " is her favor- ite quotation. Her hobbies include motorcycles. Her clubs consist of H.C., P.C., G.L., N.H. ' S. Jane ' s big- gest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To make a certain some- one proud of me. Barbara Lynn Henry . . . Barb hails from Army Post and can be found in homeroom E.C. Barbara can be seen with the T.C.A. gang while you hear her saying " craaazy " and " Where in heck were you? " Her services include junior and senior student councils, secretarial staff and senior chorus. Barb ' s talents are driving and belonging to T.C.A. while her hobbies are T.C.A. slumber parties. Favorite songs include Sep- " tember Song and Marianne. Barb is a faithful member of T.C.A., D.P. U., Rainbow, J.A., S.F.S.S., LF.R.L. Barb ' s pet peeve is copycats and it seems she was quite embarrassed being caught hiding in a certain place by a certain someone. Ambition: To be happy and success- ful and have many friends. onald John Hethershaw . . . Ron comes to Lincoln from Howe school. He can always be seen with Jim, Steve, Jim, and Mike and is a faithful member of De Molay, S.S.S. R-, A.U., T.B.C. Ron ' s services in- clude member of H.R. 39, baritone in quartett five semesters, junior and senior choruses, glee club, and served on junior and senior student councils. He claims Hi-Fi, hunting, swimming and water skiing as his hobbies. Ron has received two letters in tennis. The Clipper and Cuban Fire rate tops on his list of songs. Ron ' s pet peeve is people who put gum in water fountains. Ron can always be heard saying " Famous last words. " Ambition: To graduate from I.S.C. and be successful. Judith Ann Hunt . . . " Judy " came to us from Park Ave- nue. Her hobbies are talking and going to parties. This girl with the light brown hair is a member of E.C. homeroom. Mr. Stone and Mr rate ustry chers ivhile sayn her favorite subject. She n with Joyce, Dee, and Kids, " and can be heard " But that ' s nasty! " Twilight Time is her favorite song and she lettered in working cross word puz- zles. " Jude " belongs to FT. A., Guild, B.Y.F., Theta Rho, and M.I.C. K.E.Y. M.O.U.S.E. club Her biggest thrill will be going to college. Ambition: To make others happy. Patricia Ann Hyde . . . Pat comes to us from Park Ave. It seems Pat has a real talent at day- dreaming; and her hobbies include dancing and sleeping. Pat was so embarrassed one night at a certain dance. Her many services include junior and senior choruses and girls glee club. She is a member of T.O. M.S., T.W.D.M., and S.N.O.G. She can always be seen with Norma and the girls. Dreamy and Unforgettable rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Pat tells us her pet peeve is snobbish people and her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To meet my certain some- one and always be happy. jte little blonde hails fr, ny Post. She pah Mice, Charle Margo, Judy Pat, oon and Ba b. 5he con always be ieard saying " C you guys. et ' s hear it. H elude heerleading. in which she re eived two letters, and student council. " Ishy " is a faithful member of T.C. A., S.F.S.S., Teen Board and D.D.D, Her hobbies are T.C.A. slumber par- ties, and D.R.L. Lollypop Song rates high on her list of favorite songs. Worrying people and eating peanuts are Carlin ' s talents while copy-cats are her pet peeve. Her biggest thril! was being Queen Attendant. Ambition: To go to Iowa U. Evelyn Joyce Jambor . . . ■Evy " came to us from Park Avenue and is a faithful member of home- room 220. This brown haired lass can usually be seen with Judy, Gail and Donna. On her list of favorite teachers Mr. Stone and Mrs. Tyler tie for first place. While chemistry is her favorite subject. " Evy " car usually be heard saying " But, Mr. Smith. " And her favorite songs are Moonlight Gambler and The Banana Boat Song. She claims her talents are well hidden while joking is her hobby. " Evy ' s " clubs are F.T.A., K. K.K., R.A.T., S.A.M. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To do good and to do it well and make my parents proud of Robert Allen Jensen . . . " Bob " claims Miss Davison is his favorite teacher and English is his favorite study. This blond attended many grade schools before coming to Lincoln. He is now a member of homeroom 220. His favorite song is Greensleeves and his best liked quotation is " Wha ' d I do now? " " Bob " can be seen with Phil McCom- mon and David Brennen. His biggest thrill was being in two school plays and he clams he has no talent (we knsw he is a talented actor though). H s most embarrassing moment came when he broke Phil ' s model plane. Ambition: To be successful and hap- py throughout life. Marjorie Anise Jordan . . . " Anise " can be heard saying " Well, I don ' t know. " She is a member of H. R. 220 and came here from Milo, Iowa. This sweet kid with the light brown hair and brown eyes favors English, Miss Moroney and Miss Scan- Ian, " Sis ' s " services include three years on homemaking staff. She can be seen with Pat, Linda, and Carolyn and her favorite songs are Young Love and Don ' t Forbid Me. Her tal- ents are sleeping, sleeping, and more sleeping, and her hobbies are hunt- ing, trapping, and hoping. Anise ' s pet peeve is people who can ' t pro- nounce her name and she member of CLAP, or Mouse, and she lettered and lacks. Her biggest thrill graduation. Ambition: To live a happy s ful life and make people proud of me. a loyal Mickey marbles ' ill be specu Sharon Rebecca Jungman . . . " Becky " claims DeSoto Consolidated as her grade school. Her talent is saying " Long Distance " and her " hobbies include baby sitting, sewing, cooking, and reading. Chemistry is her favorite subiect and her favorite teachers are Miss Davison, Miss Scanlan and Mr. Stone. This light brown haired gal pals with Nancy, Marilyn, Judy, Loretta, Johninne, Kay, and Beverly. Her favorite quo- tation is " Too bad about you, " and her services include being vice presi- dent of nurses staff and future nur- ses club. " Becky ' s " biggest thrill will be receiving her R.N., and her clubs include future nurses, future teach- ers, and U.S.M.C. Singing the blues is her favorite song. Ambition: To become a nurse and to ances Kay Kennedy . . . If you walk into H. R. 220 and hear a cute brown eyed, long, brown haired gal talking about John and August 24, Ihe be girls in CM. P., John, and Carolyn while she can be heard arguing with John then making up. Fran is a faithful member of P.I.Z.Z.A., CM. P., JOHN., M.I.N.N.I.E.S., T.B.C Her favorite songs are Who Needs You? and I ' m Sorry. Fran ' s hobbies seem to be going to Iowa City and writing to John. People who think they are better than everyone else is her pet peeve. Fran ' s biggest thrill was receiving her ring. Ambition: To make John a good and make my parents proud of ife be fc Edward Kephart . . . om Army Post H R 220. Max claims he likes all his teachers but journalism and sales are his favorite subiects. Max pals with Joe and Jerry and he can be heard saying " Hey, how about that? " Favorite songs are Young Love, You ' re The Reason, and Ain ' t Got No Home. His talent seems to be under cover. He is a faithful member of F.P.C and Max ' s pet peeves ' are Ambition: ake a good li ' in ; omes Arthur Koester . . . " Jimbo " hails from Army Post and is in H. R. 220. Jim can be seen with Jim S., Ron H., and Bill P. while he can be heard saying " This is monitor " Jim is a faithful mem- ber of SS.S.R., De Molay, and AM. S. Jim tells us his talents are sleep- ing, eating and talking while his hobby is Hi-Fi. Among his services are student council and service homeroom. His favorite songs are Richard Strauss and Sprach Zara- thustra. Jim ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be successful in my field of endeavor. Patricia Ann Lamendola . . . " Pat " came to us from Army Post. This dark haired gal pals with T.C.A. and favorite quotations include " But I " , " Tell me " and " Give me the word. " Her talents are eating carrots and being a back seat driver. Hob- bies are T.C.A. slumber parties and clubs are T.C.A., S.F.S.S. and E.L.M. E R Pet peeves are copycats, BOYS, Sonders, and N.H.G. Young Love, Who Needs You and Blue Moon rate at the top of her list of favorite songs. Ambition: To have fun and many friends wherever I go. arol Sue Latrice . . . This cute little black-haired gal can be found in H R. 220. Carol can be heard saying " Oh I was so em- barrassed " while she can be seen with Delores, Donna, Carol, and Loretta. Singing The Blues, and Young Love seem to be her favorite songs. Carol is a faithful member of M.F.J.L., D.A.P.C.D., O.M.A.A. Among Carol ' s services are home- making staff for three years. Carol lettered twice in the daily race from the cafe to 220. Her talent is play- ing the accordion and her biggest thrill is yet to come. Carol ' s pet peeves seem to be copy cats. Ambition: To graduate from college. Rose Marie Leo . . . " Rosie " hails from St. Anthony ' s and is a member of homeroom 220. She has light brown hair and her talents are talking on the telephone. " Rosie ' s " favorite songs are Young Love and Only You. She pals with Kay, Judy, Diane, Fran, and Barb. " Rosie " is a member of T.J. 4. She can always be heard saying " You ' ll never know. " Mr. Chatman, Mr. Sonders and Miss Scanlan rate high on her list of teachers while journal- ism is her favorite subject. Office staff and Rail glossy editor are her services to Lincoln. " Rosie " claims her hobbies are dancing, boys, eat- ing, sleeping, and having fun at the T.J. 4. parties. Graduation will be her biggest thrill. Ambition: To be a good secretary, and go to college and be liked by everyone. Karen Leigh Lcekhort . . . This cute little gal comes to us from Army Post. Karen claims her talent as making pizza for the " family. " Her many services include junior and senior councils, president and judi- cial chairman of junior council. Her hobbies include ice skating, and Chat meetings. Karen belongs to C.H.A.T.S., F.B.I., T.B.C., and T.H. She can always be seen with Pat, Brenda, Salley, and the rest of the Chats. She claims New Years Eve " 57 " as her most embarrassing mo- ment, and her pet peeve is people who think they are good enough to be copied. Because, Tenderly and September Song rate as her favorite songs. Her biggest thrill is yet to arl Fredrick Loffredo . . . Carl, better known to his friends as " Frenchy, " came to Lincoln from Army Post, and can be found in homeroom 220. His favorite teacher is Mr. Stone, and chemistry is his favorite subject. He can be seen with ••Peanut. " This boy with the dark brown hair can be heard saying " How about that? " and his favorite song is Embarceable You. His servi- ces include " Five long semesters in glorious 118. " Carl ' s talents are un- mentionable and his hobbies are Peanut. He belongs to C.A.P., M.O. A. ' S., 118 ' ers and L.A.B.ers. His pet peeves are people, places and things and his biggest thrill will be going to Fc Exchange Ambition: To wait for finish school. to Delores Margaret Loffredo . . . " Dee, " who can be heard soying " Oh my gosh! " came to us from St. Anthony ' s and is in homeroom 220. She claims her favorite teachers are Miss Scanlan and Miss Moroney while English and homemaking 6 are her favorite subiects. Delores belongs to O.M.A.A., D.A.P.C.D , and G.O.O.G.S. and her hobbies include dancing and eating pizza. " Dee " says her talents are eating, sleeping and talking. This little black ha. red gal can be seen with Carol, Marilyn, Rosanne, Pot, and Beverly. Young Love seems to be her favorite song. She says graduation will be her big- gest thrill. Ambition: To be a success tn what- ever she attempts to do and to make lots of friends. Phyllis A. Logston . . . Phyl went to Hoover High in San Diego during tenth and eleventh grades. She is in homeroom 220 and she pals with Polly, Marilyn, Patty and Anita. " Gee, I think it ' s cute! " is her favorite quotation while her hobbies include eating, sleeping and Gene. She likes history and English best of all her subjects. Young Love and Moonlight Gambler rate high on her list of favorite songs. Her big- gest thrills will be her wedding day and graduation. Ambition: To be a successful wife and mother and have lots of friends. uanito Gail Longerbone . . . Gail comes to Lincoln from Howe. She is a member of FT. A., R.A.T. SAM., K.K.K., and Theta Rho. Her hobbies include sewing, eating, Fan- ny Farmer Candies, and sleeping. She claims her talent is well hidden and she has served Lincoln by being on junior and senior student councils. From the Candy Store on the Corner to the Chapel on the Hill, is Gail ' s favorite song. She con always be seen with Evie, Donna, and Judy. If you ever hear that famous saying ' Oh Fudge! " you can be sure Gail is around. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To go to college and be- come a teacher. Patricia Ann Losh . . . Pat came to us from Washington. She has blond hair and blue eyes. Pat pals with CHUCK, Pat, Connie, CHUCK and the rest of the gang. " Listen doll! " and " Hi ya. Crabby! " are Pat ' s favorite quotations. Charlie My Boy is her favorite song. (I won- vhy?) Her services include sex- tet ester; 2nd nor student councils. Her hobbit elude CHUCK, dancing, loafing and having a ball while her clubs are F.F.S., and T.B.C. Her biggest thrill was receiving a certain ring and graduation. I ll-mannered and con- ceited people are Pat ' s pet peeve. Ambition: To live, love, laugh, and be happy, and make many friends and to graduate from S.U.I. Stephen Leslie Mahannah . . . Steve hails from Howe and is a member of H. R. 220. Steve can usually be seen with Ron and Jim while you can hear him saying " When do we eat? " Steve seems to have the talent of writing letters and getting stuck, while he is a faithful member of S.S.S.R., A.U., A.A., T.B.C. Steve hos lettered once in tennis and his services include chorus, glee club and two semesters of student council. Steve ' s hobbies are playing tennis, staying out late and BR. END. A. His favorite songs are Young Love, Blueberry Hill, and True Love. He claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be a success and have friends. nsta Mae Marsh . Connie is tn homeroom 220, and came to us from McKmley. This little live wire has long blond hair and pals with Rose, Carm, Pat, Kay and the rest of the gang. " One never knows, does one? " Is one of Connie ' s favorite quotations. Talking, sleeping, eating, and talking are her great talents. Her hobbies include talking on the phone and hunting for buried treasures. She is a faith- ful member of C.C.C., D.V.A., F.F.S., and Lucky 13 Ranch. Her pet peeve is people who break into cars and her biggest thrill is getting a " 57 " Chevie and graduation. Ambition: To groduate from I.B.M. business school. Phillip S. McCammon . . . " Flip " hails from Park Avenue where this brown haired lad must have been a nice — quiet??? little boy. " Ace " says his favorite teachers are Mr. Heath and Mr. Chatman, while his favorite subiects are band and Spanish. Phillip pals with Bob Jenson and Ron Stanley and can be heard saying " You better believe it " and " I don ' t know. " " Boots " who comes from homeroom 220 says Green Door and Radar Love are his favorite songs. He claims his talents are music, writing, and languages — fly- ing, hunting and languages are his hobbies. Phillip says his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To become an Air Force Officer. mmie Dean McClain . . . " Baldy " came to Lincoln from Sey- mour, Iowa. He con always be seen with all the guys- in P.A.G. Butterfly and Teenage Crush rate high on his list of favorite songs while his favor- ite quotation is " Hi Guy. " Jim is a faithful member of B.U.M.S., P.A.G. , and S.P.A. He claims his only talent is listening to his buddies ' girls tell him their sob stories and his pet peeve is people who think they know biggest thrill will be grad- uating fr a good job and Michael Larry McCloud . . . This good-looking guy comes to us from Roosevelt. He has brown hair and brown eyes. " Mike " can be seen with Joe, Ward, Jerry, and Kathy. He claims his talents are hidden while his hobby is working on his car. Mike says his favorite teacher is Mr. Sanders while his favorite subiect is lournalism. He is a faith- ful member of K.A.T.H.Y. and M.I. N.N.I.E.S. Blue Monday rates high on his list of favorite songs. Mike ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be a lawyer. Robert Dave McConkey . . . " Ronkydonk " has brown hair hails from Jefferson. His home is 220 and he pals with Bob, and Big Dave. " That ' s Life " i favorite quotation and Young is his favorite song. His hobbie baseball and football while h faithful member of T.B.C. Miss ter rates high among his teac His biggest thrill will be goin college. Ambition: To go to college an a success afterwards haron McCormick . . . " Micki " comes to Lincoln from Howe school and can be found in H. R. 220. She can always be seen with Mildred, Annette, and Lin. Sharon can always be heard saying " Be that way! " Young Love and Stardust rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Her talent is getting into trouble and her hobbies include swimming, water skiing, and horse- back riding. She is a faithful mem- ber of W.H.T.S., R.E.E.D.S., and I.H. P. It seems BOYS are her pet peeve. Her biggest thrill will be in the future. She is Editor-in-Chief of the Railsphtter. Ambition: To live exclusively and happy. Mildred Irene McCullough . . . " Millie " hails from Amos Hiatt and says her favorite teachers are Miss Moroney and Miss Eoly and her fav- orite subject is typing. " Millie " can be seen with Geraldine D., Barbara D., Sandra S-, Sharon W. and De- lores S. and can be heard saying " Hey there! " Singing The Blues, Crazy With Love and Young Love are her favorite songs while roller skating and dancing are her hobbies. Homeroom 220 claims Mildred who ' s service to Lincoln is homemaking staff. " Millie " is a faithful member of B.I.G.G.I.E.S., ALBERT, and N. S.C. She says her biggest thrill is yet to come, it seems getting mad easy is her talent Ambition: To travel. armen Charlene McOaniel . . . Carm came to Lincoln from Wash- ington Irving. This cute gal has brown hair and pals with Rose, Con- nie, Earl, Fred and the green door gang. " You ' re only crazy " is her favorite quotation while writing let- ters to a certain sailor is her one and only hobby. Her pet peeve is people who flirt with other girls ' boy friends. She was very embarrassed when she fell down the stairs at KRNT and broke her high heel. Her services include secretarial staff four semes- ters and gym staff for two semesters while her clubs are N.A.V.Y., F.F.S., and D.V.A. Her biggest thrill is graduation and getting her ring. Ambition: To become a good ste- nographer and make all of my loved ones proud of me. orol Jean McNeeley . . . " Butch " comes to us from Carlisle and can be found in H. R. 220. She can be seen with Linda, Janet, Barb- ara, and Jane. Her favorite quota- tion seems to be " Large charge. " Carol ' s hobbies include boys and roller skating. She belongs to C J L ond L.Y.L.E. She tells us that her talent hasn ' t been discovered yet. Among Carol ' s favorite songs are Don ' t Forbid Me, Too Much, and Young Love. Carol has lettered in softboll and basketball. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To travel after I qet out of school. Joe McNutt . . . This brown-haired lad can be found in homeroom 220. Joe comes to us from Army Post. His favorite teach- er is Mr. Wood while his favorite usually be seen with Bob and Mike. It seems you can always hear Joe saying " Sweet. " Joe ' s hobbies in- clude cars and he is a faithful mem- ber of Road Knights. Joe ' s biggest thrill came when he soloed in flying a plane. Ambition: To be successful in what- ever I do. Robert Lee Meie Bob comes Aven ue and 220. He car Bob, Larry, hear " 1 like be s ure Bob rates tops or clairr s he has in homeroom faithful and E R.K.S to Ln Park n be foi. always be seen with and Jim. If you ever " ! " , I like it! " you can is around. Tenderly his list of songs. He no hobbies and singing is his only talent. He member of L.S.M.F.T., He tells us Mr. Wood is his favorite of all teachers while lournalism is his favorite subject. His biggest thrill will be graduation Ambition: To be a success and make someone very happy. taxine Miller . . . " Muscle ' s Max " comes to Lincoln from Army Post and can be found in H. R. 220. If you ever hear " Let ' s don ' t get shook " you can be sure Max is around. Her many hobbies include dancing, basketball, eating, basketball, sleeping, and basketball She is a faithful member of Big T R.E.E.DS, and H.C. She has re- ceived two letters in basketball for being on the varsity team two years. Max tells us that jealous people is her pet peeve. Too Much, Love Me, and The Cheat rate tops on her list of songs. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: Join the Waves and find that certain someone. imes Thomas Mitchell . . . " Jim " came to us from Howe and claims his hobbies are eating, sleep- ing and sports. Rock-a-by Your Baby and Too Much are his favorite songs, while Mr. Stone is his favorite teacher and chemistry is his favorite subject. Homeroom 220 claims this black h aired lad. Fred A., Jerry G., and Jim B. pal with " Jim " who says his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: Buy a new car and have lots of fun. —19— David C. Moffitt . . . " Big Dove " comes to us from Pork Avenue. Dave is o member of P A G M I .N.N. I.E. S. and B.E.A.S., and pals with Norm, Bill, Jay, Larry, Bob, Ed, Denny, Lonnie, Don, Skeets, Tom ' and Rocky. " King ' s " service is keeping order in H. R., and claims his talent is moking " Maggots " mad and eat- ing pizza. Driving " the jeep " is Dave ' s big talent. Good-Nite Irene and Standing on the Corner rate tops on his list of songs. Dave can always be heard saying " Wah! Wah! " His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To graduate from college and someday own my own business. Patricia Ann Moon . . . Party came to us from Humesfon, Iowa. She is in homeroom 220 and music rates high in her subjects. This cute gal can always be seen with the CHATS. If you hear some- one say " But, but, fella " you ' ll know Patty is around. Her services include homeroom 39, sextette, chorus, and treasurer of student council. Patty was very thrilled one night after a football game and also being Queen attendant. Pat ' s clubs are CHAT S., T.B.C., T.H., and F.B.I.. Girls who wear rhinestone necklaces with sweaters and girls who flirt with someone ' s boyfriend are Patty ' s pet peeve. Ambition: To make all my special people happy and proud of me. Linda Marie Moore . . . A faithful member of C.L.A.P. and R.G.S., Linda has served on office staff four years. Army Post claims this brown haired gal. Her hobbies are sewing, talking, and driving. She can be seen with Pat, Anise, Carolyn Delores, and Diane. Linda claims her biggest thrill will be graduation. Miss Sutter rates high on her list of teachers while homemaking is her favorite subject. Playing the piono is Linda ' s talent. Stardust and Ivory Tower are her favorite songs while her favorite quotation is " You ' d be surprised! " Homeroom 220 was lucky enough to get Linda. Ambition: Loved by one, liked by all and to make her special people proud of her. Patricia Ann Morris . . . Brown hair and blue eyes describe none other than " Pat. " She hails from Park Avenue and is o member of homeroom 220. Her favorite teachers are Miss Moroney, and Miss Scanlan. She pals around with Anise Carolyn, and Linda. And can always be heard saying " Well, I don ' t know, " or " Oh! Dandy. " Her talents include giggling, eating and laugh- ing and her services include being on homemaking staff three years Young Love and Casual Look are her favorite songs. " Pat ' s " hobbies in- clude hunting, trapping, and hoping. And her biggest thrill will be gradua- tion Her pet peeve is conceited people and she belongs to MICK E.Y. M.O.U.S.E., and C.L.A.P. Ambition: To live a happy success- ful life and make some very special people proud of me. William G. Nessen . . . If you ever hear anyone in H. R. 220 saying " That ' s a start " you can be sure it ' s Bill! This cute little brown haired boy can usually be seen with Sondra, Buzz, and Milo. He was in service homeroom and his hobbies are swimming and diving. He is a faithful member of G.I.R.L.S., SON D.R.A., and J.U.G.S. Moon Glow and Man With The Golden Arm rate h ' 9hest on his list of favorite songs while his pet peeve is the R.H.S. swimming team. Bill ' s biggest thrill was winning the city diving title twice in a row, and winning the state diving title. Ambition: To keep my girl go to Iowa University, and find a million dollars. haron Kay Newell . . . Sharon comes to us from Humeston Iowa, and is in H. R. 220. Pals with Sue, Judy, Loretta. Nancy, Robertta, and rest of gang. " Wait for me at the bottom " seems to be her favorite quotation while Young Love and You Don ' t Owe Me A Thing rate high on her list of songs. Sharon has served on student council and Railsplitter staff. Her talent, she claims, is blushing and hobbies are sleepina and eating pizza. She is a faithful member of T.B.C., Theta Rho, T.A. B.C.O., and J. A. Pet peeve is juniors who think they are better than seniors. Ambition: To live, love, laugh, be happy, and have many friends. ue Ann Nowels . . . Brown hair and brown eyes describes none other than this cute little gal from H. R. 220. She can always be seen with Sharon and Robertta. If you ever hear " Hurry up, the line will be a mile long " you can be sure Sue is around. She has served Lin- coln by being on gym staff one semester and her many hobbies in- clude eating pizza with Sharon ond Robertta. She is a faithful member of A. B.C. -4, F.T.A., Theta Rho, Ad. of J. A. Who Needs You and You Don ' t Owe Me A Thing rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Her pet peeve is people who crack their gum. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a success and travel around the world. Word Frederick Ogden, Jr cket to Army Post and is in H. R. 211. Pals with Melvin, Barbara, Bob, Larry, Jim and Joe. Wards favorite quota- tion is " How about it? " while his hobbies are water skiing and ping pong. He is a faithful member of T.R.E.S.T.L.E., P.A.G., BE. AS., and A.I.R.P.O.R.T. Jiminy has served on senior student council and was presi- dent of H. R. in 12B. He claims his favorite song is Sing.ng The Blues and his biggest thrill will be to fly around the world. Ambition: To drive stock cars. oanne Kay O ' Rourke . . . Jo has brown hair and hails from Longfellow. She can always be seen with Brenda, Den and the gang. " Down Boy " is her favorite quota- tion while Young Love and Little Things Mean A Lot are her favorite songs. Her hobby is Donnie and her clubs include F.F.S., F.L.G.A., D.O.N. , and Dorian. She lettered once in tennis. She claims her most em- barrassing moment was when certain people made certain remarks about a certain part in a certain play. She is a faithful member of dramatics, art staff and gym staff. She hopes her biggest thrill is coming. Ambition: To be successful in mar- riage and be happy. Villiam Frank Otto . . . Frank come to us from Howe. Mr. Simmons rates high on his list of teachers while history is his favorite subiect — L.N. and 211 are Frank ' s homerooms. " I give up " and " I ' m game " are Frank ' s favorite quota- tions. This brown haired lad pals with Smitty, Highland and Don and claims his favorite songs are Crazy Otto and Young Love. Most of his talents are buried, except for drama- tics — Frank ' s hobbies are fishing, girls, hunting, girls, cars, girls. This guy ' s clubs include I.N.G., C.A.R.S., and G.R.I.L.L. Frank says his biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To graduate from college. Robert Mahlon Patten . . . " Pat " ha, Is from Maple Grove and Army Post, He is from homeroom 211 and has brown hair. His favorite teacher is Mr. Stone and auto me- chanics rates high on his list of favorite subjects. He can always be seen with Joe M., Ward O., Benny D., Gary S. and Larry C. " Pat ' s " favorite songs are Young Love and Rip It Up " and he can always be heard saying " A miss is good os a mile. " His services include student council and his hobbies are cars and girls. He belongs to Road Saints, N.H.R.H.. and G.I R.L.S. " Pat ' s " b;ggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be successful in life and have many friends. Wayne Peercy . . . " Blondie " comes to Lincoln from Willard and can be found in H. R. 211. He can always be seen with Jim, John, and Tom. His many hob- bies include swimming, baseball, auto-racing, and eating. He is a faithful member of G.R.I.L.L. He has received one letter in wrestling. Mr. Sanders rates tops on his list of teachers while law is his favorite subject. You Are The One and Sing- ing The Blues rate tops on his list of favorite songs. His b;ggest thrill was be.ng chosen Senior Rail Ed. tor and graduation. Ambition: To always be happy and JudJth Anne Pennington . . . Penny can be found in homeroom 211. She hails from Park Ave. and pals with Sharon, Betty, Sandy, Ruth, D.ane and the rest of the gang. Her favorite quotation is " How ' s your collection, Diane? " Among her tal- ents are boys, singing, boys and opening her big mouth at the wrong time. Her pet peeve is boys that think they are so much better than some girls. Judy ' s most embarrassing moment was having a certain some- one tell her to repeat a certain something for the west coast. She will be thr.lled when she gets a certain license Ambition: To graduate from Beauty School in April 1958 laron Lee Perkovich . . . Perkie can be found in 21 1. She has brown hair and hails from Park Ave. She pals with Betty 5, Connie 15, Barbie 20, and the rest of the gang. " Good, glad to hear it " is her favor- ite quotation and her talent is talk- ing, playing checkers with Connie and among her hobbies are visiting the Nut House and collecting two sticks of gum at a time. Her clubs include 5 ' s, Pee Fee, Bee Zee, F.F.S., and F.L.G.A. She lettered once in tennis and was also captain of the team. Perk;e ' s most embarrass. ng moment was setting en a fish hook in Greenwood Park. Ambition: To attend I.S.T.C. and to always be happy. Lonnie Franklin Piper . . . Lonnie can be found in homeroom 211, he hails from Howe and has dark brown hair and blue eyes. Mr. Ator is his favorite teacher while mechanical drawing rates high a- mong his subjects. He pals with Phil, Don, Chuck, Judy and George. " Come on George " and " I aint, " can always be heard by Lonnie. Talking in history class is his talent and his hobby is sports. He lettered m track twice and in football and basketball once. His biggest thrill was winning his first gold medal in high jumping m the State AAU track meet. Ambition: To live a successful life. William Luther Plander . . . " Bill " hails from Marshalltown Cen- tral Junior High and is now a mem- ber of homeroom 235. He can be seen with Jim, John, and Jim and his favorite song is 49 Shades of Green, Mr. Stone is a top teacher in " Bill ' s " book and math and chem- istry are his most liked subjects. His services include being a member of homeroom 1 18 and he belongs to S.S.S.R. Bill ' s biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To graduate from Iowa State College. H. R. 21 1 came to us from Park Avenue. " Short Sam " can be seen with the girls in CM. P., and J.W., while you can al- ways hear her saying, " Oh, I ' m em- barrassed! " Short Sam has been a member of secretarial staff for two years. Her clubs are M.I.N N I E S , CMP., L.O.C., P.I.Z.Z.A. Blue Moon rates high on her list of songs. Her talent is losing things. Short Sam Claims she was quite embarrassed when she was stalled downtown with P.B., M.C, and J W.» Marg ' s pet peeve is people with big mouths. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To live now and love later. Robertta Ann Pultz . . . " Bobbie " comes to Lincoln from Park Avenue Grade School. She can always be seen with Joan, Sharon, and Sue. Her services include 12B Tea Committee, and editor of back page on the Rail. She claims her talent is getting thrown into Eastown pool, and her hobbies include swim- ming, dancing, and having fun. She is a faithful member of mermaids, Theta Rho, Tabco of J A., ABC-H club, and T.B.C. Her biggest thrill was winning the I.O.O.F., trip to the United Nations. She claims her pet peeve is Henry ' s teasing of her and Sharon. Young Love and Skaters Waltz rate tops on her list of songs. Ambition: Graduate from Iowa State College. Charles Edward Queener . . . " Queenie " hails to Lincoln from Park Avenue. He is a faithful??? member of homeroom 211. This cur- ly, brown haired lad says his favorite teacher is Mr. Pos and his favorite subject is radio. He can usually be heard saying " Well, I hope to shout! " and his favorite song is Mary Ann. " Queenie ' s " biggest thrill was meeting and knowing V.J. S., and his hobby is letters, and he belongs to N.O.W.L. This blue eyed guy ' s pet peeve is people who bite their nails and his most embarrassing moment was when he met a girl he had just broken a date with, and was out with another girl. Ambition: To go to the Navy after graduation. Bonnie Lou Romey . . . Bonnie came to Lincoln from Elk Horn and is a member of homeroom 22 1 . This cute brown haired gal cloims Miss Scanlan as her favorite teacher, and homemaking os her favorite subiect. She can be seen with Jane, Judy, Aimee, Corky, Pot, and Donna and says " Go out of your head! " Young Love and Blueberry Hill are her favorite songs and she rates pizza as her favorite food. She belongs to L.H.C. and has partici- pated in marbles, ping pong, and tinker toys. She claims her talents are too numerous to mention and motorcycles is her hobby. " Bonzo " has sung in girl ' s glee club. Ambition: To be loved by a certain □nd liked by all. Don Reyes . . . " Dan " , a member of homeroom L.N., came to Lincoln from Park Avenue. Though he claims English as his fav- orite subject, he claims he likes all of his teachers. " Dan " can be heard saying " What ' s the trouble? " and is seen with Carter, Simmons, and Dur- ham. He served on sen counci I two semesters, h songs are Soft Summer I Young Love and his talent able to get to class on breaking the four minute mile. " Dan " is a loyal member of L.O.A. F.E.R.S., P.I.T., and C.H.U.C.K.L.E.S. and his hobbies are archery, hunting, fishing, and cars. His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a success in this world. Judith Ann Reynolds . . . Jud hails from Park A a member of H. R. 211. She pals with Doreen, Barb, Brenda, and the rest of the gang. Her favorite quo- tation is " O Kee Doo Kee. " Renys favorite song is Honky Tonk. Judy is a member of K.K.K., R.A.T., S.A. M , and C.Y.F. Her hobbies are cer- tain parties and missing busses. Judy has lettered in tennis and swimming. Her pet peeve is two faced people! ' Her biggest thrill will be to graduate from nurses training. Ambition: To become a nurse. John Rae Rice . . . John is a member of homeroom L.N. and comes to us from Maple Grove This boy with the brown hair like; commercial law though he favors nc teacher. He says his favorite quota- tion is " Makes you wonder, don t it? ' He can be seen with Allen and Wayne. Young Love and Love Me are his favorite songs and his hobby is doting Margaret. He is a loyal member of S-K.U-N.K.S. and his biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a success. Doreen Kay Rife . . . " Rifey " comes to us from Adams and can be found in H. R. 211. You can always hear her saying " Forget it " while you can see her with Jan- ice, Judy and Brenda. Doi us her favorite songs are Moonglow and Day By Day. " Riff Raff " seems to have the talent of running out of gas, while her hobbies are boys, sleeping, and more boys. Doreen lettered once in tennis. Her biggest thrill will come in the future. Her pet peeves ore nosey people and people who carry grudges. Ambition: To get married and al- ways be happy. Verne LeRoy Robey, Jr. . . . LeRoy hails from Central Ward Centerville, Iowa, and is now a ber of homeroom L.N. He can be seen with Art, Wayne, and Phil and his favorite saying is " Why did you do it? " His favorite subject is auto mechanics. This brown haired boy says his favorite songs are Tiger Lily and Cindy. Cars, eating, and sleeping take up his time when he isn ' t trying to pass Miss Holmes ' tests. His biggest thrill will be grad- uation. Ambition: To be successful Lorerta Kay Roth . . . " Ratty " comes from Park Avenue and is in H. R. 211. Mr. Wood rates as her favorite teacher and she pals with Becky, Judy, Vicki, Nancy, Sally, Sharon, and Sue. Changing Partners rates high on her list of favorite songs. She is a faithful member of W.Y.F. and B.M.A. while her services are nurse ' s staff four semesters and student council two semesters. Lor- etta tells us she was quite em- barrassed a certain night with Becky. Her hobbies include writing to Linda and her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To get my R.N. and go to Hawaii. Sally Jo Roth . . . Red can be seen with Betty, Judy, Loretta, Vicki, Helen, and the rest of the gang while she can be found in H.R. Library North. She can be heard saying " What ' s your troubles Bubbles? " Her favorite songs ore Singing The Blues, and Young Love. Sally has the unusual talent of trip- ping people and managing to fall herself. Her hobbies are roller skat- ing with Betty and she belongs to O.M.C., Green Door and Pep Club. She seems to have to many em- barrassing moments to mention. Sally is a member of secretarial staff. Ambition: Make my mother proud of me in whatever I do. Ray Allen Rouse . . . This brown-haired boy comes to us from Urbandale and hails from homeroom 211. " Ray " can be seen with Jim, John, Jack, and Bob. His favorite teacher is Mr. Stone and his favorite subject is math. The Old Master Painter is his favorite song and " Everyone can do something " is his favorite quotation. " Ray ' s " hobbies include golf and bowling and his talent is running backwards. He has been a cashier in the cafe for three semesters and his biggest thrill was passing his track physical. His sports letters include one in spring track and two in cross country track. His clubs are R.U.T.H.I.E.S., H.E.M. S., and A.A.U. Ambition: To become a wildlife pho- tographer. Gordon Russell . . . This nice looking boy is in Home Room 211. He seems to be a faithful member of I. S. H. and B.U.M.S. His favorite subject is history while his favorite teacher is Miss Holmes. Young Love rates high on his list of songs. Gordon ' s hobbies are basketball and eating and his pet peeve is girls. He can usually be heard saying " What do you think about the situation. " Gordon was out for basketball and he has been working as a page for State Legislature. Ambition: Be happy and have nds. ames Robert Ryals . . . Jim hails from Washington and is a member of H.R. 235. Mr. Wood rates high on his list of teachers while study hall Is his favorite sub- ject. Jim pals with Wayne P., Dan R., and Bob S. Jim ' s favorite songs are Young Love and Love Me. His talent is sleeping and eating, his hobbies are auto-racing and sleeping and he is a faithful member of G.I. R.L.S. Jim can always be heard say- ing " Well, I ' ll be a son of a gun. " This brown-haired guy claims his biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: Be a success. Stella Pauline Scavo . . . " Polly ' comes to us from St An- thony and her hobbies are swimming, dancing, singing, and Richard. This cute gul claims Mr. Cox and Miss Riggs as her favorites and commer- cial low and history are her favorite classes. Brown hair and eyes describe this girl and she pals with Phyl, Pat, Marilyn, and Carolyn. " Polly " hoils from homeroom 211 and can always be heard saying " Kiddie, you didn " t! " Young Love, Canadian Sunset, and You Don ' t Owe Me A Thing are her favorite songs. Her talents include singing and playing the piano. Her biggest thrills are graduation and receiving her diamond. " Polly ' s " __— __ nost i n ' -ar it was she got lost with Babs in Illinois. Ambition: To live a long, healthy, successful life, and have many friends. Danny David Sease . . . " Dan " came to us from McKmley and is now a faithful member of homeroom 235. This brown haired lad can be seen with Wayne, Jim, Jerry, and John. Mr. Wood rates top on his list of favorite teachers, while bookkeeping is his favorite subject. " Seaseo " can be heard say- ing " You better believe it! " His favorite songs are Young Love and Moonlight Gambler. " Dan ' s " hobbies include eating and bowling with little Louie. His clubs are S.SS.R, cell block 239, B.S.A , Crime Lab, and M.M.C. " Dan " has been activity book chairman for six years in homeroom 235. Coloring maps in commercial geogrophy is " Dan ' s " pet peeve. His biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be liked by all and very successful. Helen Serra . . . Helen hails from St Anthony and is now a member of homeroom 211. This gal with the dark brown hair claims lournahsm and Mr. Sanders are tops with her. She can be seen with Vicky, Sally Jo, Nancy, Judy and the rest of the gang and in journalism she pals with Patty and Joanne. Her favorite songs are Young Love and 99 Ways and her favor. te quotation is " Cute! " " Helen Jo ' s " services include chorus and gym staff and her clubs are Green Door, Soljoy, and B.O.Y.S. She claims her talent is going to certain games and her pet peeves are boys in junior achievement and junior cheerleaders. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To work for the govern- orold Douglas Shatter . . . From 235 comes " Snorkel. " Snorkel claims his talent is saying the wrong thing at the right time and being the slowest guy on t he squads. His hobbies include sports, eating, and sleeping. He is a faithful member of Willie ' s Pool Club, T.B.C., and Cel (block 239. Doug has received letters in football, baseball, and basketball. He claims people who smoke and argue are his pet peeve. He can always be seen with McCon- key, Crees, and Karnes. His many services include vice president of junior and senior student councils and president of homeroom. Gradua- tion will be his biggest thrill. Ambition: Live, love, lough, and be happy always. Judith Ann Shaw . . . Judy can be found in homeroom 211. She came to us from Park Avenue and has light brown hair. She pals with Nancy, Carm, Sue, Loretta, Sal- ly, Vickie, Sharon and the rest of the gang. " You know, you ' ve got a point there? " is Judy ' s favorite quo- tation. She was a member of secre- tarial staff for four semesters and president of the staff for three. Ar- guing with Doug is her talent while her hobby is going to ball games. Clubs include T.B.C., J A., D.I.C., and pep club. Her pet peeve is people that start lies about other people. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: Make new friends, keep old ones and always be happy. Alice Mary Silletto . . . " Al " noils from Park Avenue. She has blonde hair and pals with T.C.A. and J.A.K. If you hear someone say " I ' ve been nabbed with the beans! " You ' ll know it ' s none other than good old Al. I ' ll Be Slipping Back To You On My Old Banana Peel rates right at the top of her favorite songs. She is a faithful member of T.C.A. and S.F.S.S. Al was very thrilled when she was elected cheer- leader. Copy cats and J.S. playing Elvis records till 6:00 in the morning are Al ' s pet peeves. This gal was embarrassed one night in a certain park????? Ambition: Go to college, make those certain people proud and always be happy. erald Leonard Simmons . . . " Jerry " attended both Park Avenue and Norwalk before he came to Lincoln. Mr, Hoffmon and art are well liked by this red haired boy. He is a member of homeroom L.N. and pals with Dick, John, Dan, and Bob. He says Green Door and Love Me Tender are his favorite songs and " Holy Cow " is his favorite saying. " Red " claims his only talent is keep- ing out of work and his hobby is standing on the corner. His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a test pilot in a jet factory. is a member of homeroom L.N. ' Jim " claims his favorite song is True Love and his favorite quotation is " Boom Chick; Ricky Tick. " Hi-Fi is his hobby and his talent is playing drums in " Dixie Six. " He has been a member of H.R. 1 18 and was presi- dent of the senior student council and president of this senior class. This cute guy with brown hair has won three letters in swimming and two in tennis. His biggest thrill is yet to come and his clubs include De Molay, S.SS.R. , O.D.S., and A.U. Jim pals with Jim, John, Ron, Larry, Bill, and Steve. Ambition: To graduate from Iowa State College i Marie Smith . . . Jo " claims she was soo embarrassed ne day in history when she fell sleep. " Tell me, space ace seen to be her fav it, ' rved on home- mokmg staff and was a majorette for three years. She claims her tal- ents are keeping Al and Judy awake at T.C.A. slumber parties while her hobbies are eating, loafing, and boys. " Jo " is a faithful member of T.C.A., J.U.G.S., F.R.U.M.P.S. and G.E.N. E. Her pet peeves are copy- cats, jealous people and N.H.G. Pals with T.C.A. girls. Biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be loved by one and liked by all. John Nedrik Smith . . . From Nash to Lincoln came this brown haired boy, better known as " Ned. " He pals with Larry Tossin and David Wheeler. Mr. Simmons is his favorite teacher and auto me- chanics is his favorite subject. He likes to hear Butterfly and Young Love when it comes to music. He claims loafing as his only talent and watching T.V. as his hobby. " Ned ' s " biggest thrill came when he got his Ambition: To become an auto me- 23 Raymond Merle Smith . . . This brown haired guy came to us from Army Post. " Ray " is a member of homeroom 233. He claims Mr. Wood is his favorite teacher and bookkeeping is his favorite subject. He pals with Don, Harvey, Ronnie, Frank, Phil, Earl, and Terry. He can be heard saying " How about that ' " and " Sneaky! " His favorite songs are Rapsody In Blue and Revels Bo- leno. He claims his talent and hob- bies are eating and sleeping. " Ray " belongs to L.O.A.F.E.R.S. and claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be a C.P.A. Phillip Ralph Speck . . . " Phil " came to us from Willard grade school and now is a faithful member of homeroom 233. Miss Holmes rates high on his list of teachers, while wood shop is his favorite subject. This blond haired lad can usually be seen with Ray, Don, Harvey, Bob, Dennis and Ron- nie. His favorite songs are A Rose And A Baby Ruth and If You Don ' t Kn ow. Phil participates in senior chorus and boys glee club. His hob- bies are hunting, fishing and girls while his clubs are B.U.M.S., K.A.T. $., L.O.A.F.E.R.S. Phil ' s talent is playing the guitar. His biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: Go into the Air Force and do well, and always have a lot of friends. Richard W. Spencer . . . Richard came to us from Bird school and is now a faithful member of homeroom 233. This brown haired lad can be seen with Larry, Bob, Ben, and John. Mr. Stone and Mr. Wood are his favorite teachers while chem- istry is his favorite subject. Richard ' s clubs are D.C.D., R.S.T.P.V. and his favorite songs are Love Me Tender and Green Door. His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be a success at what- ever he does. jsan Arlene Statler . . . Sue came to us from Park Avenue. She has brown hair and blue eyes and is in H.R. 233. She can always be seen with Mimi, Janet, Pat, Kay and Joan. " Well, I was just gonna say " and " You better believe it " can always be heard when Sue is around. Saying the wrong thing at the wrong time seems to be one of Sue ' s tal- ents. Sue enjoys swimming, bowling and going to the Pizza House. Clubs include M.I.J.. M.I.N.N.I.E.S., B.B.O., T.B.C., P.l.Z.Z.A. She is embarrassed to go to the Pizza House and her pet peeves are people who get mad over nothing, people who lie, and two- faced girls Ambition: To be loved by one and liked by all. Nancy Jane Sullivan . . . Nancy comes from H. R. 233 and Army Post school. Her many services include junior and senior student councils, library staff, and offices of secretary and vice president of the staff. She can always be seen with Carm, Vicky, Becky, Judy, Helen and the rest of the gang. September Song and Young Love rate tops on her list of songs. Her hobby is going to games with the gang. Nancy claims she is a faithful member of Green Door. (How about that Nan- cy!) Her talent seems to be talking m the library. Her biggest thrill was being elected class treasurer. Ambition: To be a success in what- ever I do and have many friends. Carol Marie Thomas . . . " Kinky " came to us from Washing- ton, and her homeroom is 233. She has brown hair and pals with Carol, Donna, Judy, Sharon, Delores, Pat, and Anise. " Honestly " is her favorite quotation while her hobbies are driv- ing and reading. Her clubs include T.T.A., O.M.A.A., CD. J., S.W.P.U. Her pet peeve is people who act smart and she claims her embarrass- ing moment is too embarrassing to mention. Beyond The Sunset is her favorite song and her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To have many friends and be a friend. Joninne L. Thompson . . . " Jockie " came to us from Howe and is in homeroom 233. Her favorite teacher is Miss Sutter and her favor- ite subiect is English. " Jackie " can be seen with Becky, Sue and Loretta. Lay Down Your Arms, Wish You Were Here and Danny Boy are tops on her list of records. Joninne has served on nurse ' s staff, junior stu- dent council and was in senior chor- us. " Did I get a letter today? " is her favorite saying. She claims her talent is opening her mouth at the wrong time. This cute brown haired gal ' s hobbies are writing letters and keeping a scrapbook. She is a mem- ber of F.N.C., W.Y.F., girls glee club, Jr. Y-Teens, and Rainbow. Jackie says her biggest thrill will be be- coming a R.N. Ambition: Make my parents proud of me and be a friend to everyone. Norman Fred Timmons . . . This blonde, blue-eyed boy came from Park Avenue and can be found in H. R. 233. " Toe-head " can usually be seen with the guys in P.A.G. His talent is singing?? and his favorite songs are Young Love and Teen-Age Promise. Norm ' s hobbies are shining boots, eating and sleeping while his clubs are P.A.G. , B.E.A.S., M.I. N.N. I.E.S. He has received two letters in football and three in track. Nor- man ' s biggest thrill was being elected captain of the football team. Police- men seem to embarrass Norm after being caught by two of them at the airport. Norm ' s pet peeves are R.H. S. and W.S. Ambition: Be happy and have a mil- lion dollars. Robert Glen Tomlinson . . . " Bob " hails from Army Post and is now a faithful member of homeroom 233. This brown haired, blue eyed lad favors Mr. Stone and Mr Gra- bau as his teachers and biology as his favorite subject. He can be seen with Harv, Terry, Bob C, Dave, Jim, and John. He has participated in track and lettered twice in swim- ming. He belongs to L.O.A.F.E.R.S. and his hobbies are fishing, swim- ming, and hunting. Bob ' s talents are sleeping in English and pestering Phil and Harv. " I don ' t know " is his favorite quotation and his fav- orite songs are Knee Deep In The Blues and Too Much. His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To graduate from college Terry Travis . . . Terry comes to us from Army Post and can be found in H.R. 233. You can usually see him with Bill, Tom, Larry, Jerry, and Milo and you can hear him saying " Gotta go, here comes the War Department! " Terry claims his favorite songs are Young Love and My Little Angel while his talent is whistling. " Ter " belongs to the " Big Three, " B.U.M.S., F.F.A., M.A.R.G.O. Terry ' s services include senior student council. His biggest thrill is yet to come. Terry lettered twice in baseball, once in football John Anthony P. Vivone, Jr. . . . " J " hails from St. Anthony and is now a loyal member of H.R. 233. Bookkeeping is his favorite subject, while Mr. Wood and Miss Holmes rate high on his list of teachers. In journalism he is usually with Bob M. and Mick and the rest of the time he pals with John B., Jim S., Bill P., Jerry B., and Joe. This lad with the black hair can be heard saying " Nothing does it like 7-up did " John ' s hobby is radio and his talent is girls. He is a loyal member of G.I.R.L.S. He lettered three times in tennis and his services include being H.R. treasurer. His biggest thrill was meeting Jo Ann again. Ambition: To have an easy job — a garbage collector in Scotland. laron Kaye Ward . . . " Peaches " came to us from Army Post and is now a member of home- room 233. Her favorite expression is " Make mine root beer. " She chums with Linda, Wilma, Carol, Judy, Mil- dred, and Barbara. Sharon ' s hobbies are Leland, sewing and painting. She is a faithful member of L.E.L.A.N.D., N.S.C.R.B.DC, and L. W.C.J. Her favorite teacher is Miss Moroney and her favorite subject is crafts. Shar- on ' s favorite songs are Young Love and Crazy With Love. Her talent is confusing her teachers and her biggest thrill was one night in No- vember. Ambition: To climb the ladder of success without tripping. Jane Koy Warner . . . " Di " came to us from St. Anthony ' s. She is in homeroom 233 and she has black hair. She pals with Judy, Kay, Rosie and Judy P. Diane can be heard saying " Any new specimens Judy? " Her services include home- making staff and student council. Playing football with the girls is one of her many talents while her clubs are T.J.H., and D.E.N.N.I.S. Her pet peeve is people who think they are better. Di ' s hobbies are eating, Den- ' Ping, De hci She to come. Ambition: T liked by all. met Anne Woryv " Peter Pan " It and is in horrn brown hair an Sanders seems teacher and sr Sandy, Elv and da biggest thrill e loved by or :mg. yet did Ms from Army Post room 233. She has 1 brown eyes. Mr. to be her favorite 2 pals with Jackie, !, and Mimi. " When town and get back You ' re the kill, " are quotations. Her services include A R.M.Y. staff and FALL, staff. Jar et ' s great talents are carving woode toothpicks and making da light, while her hobby is Chinese sombreros. Clubs B.I.L.L., B.B.O., W.M.R., F.N.D.C. and J.M.S.F.C. Janet was very thrilled when she received her garbage man ' s certificate of award. Ambition: To go to Mars for a week end visit, or Florida will do. te Dking James Calvin Wats to and is a member of homeroom 233. English, history and Miss Holmes are tops with Jim. His favorite ex- pression is " Now just spin in a min- ute man. " He can be seen with Ray, Bob, Larry and John. Jim has won three national titles flying free flight model airplanes. His favorite song is September Song. Jim ' s servi- ses are student council and home- room 2 1 and he has received six letters in track. It seems Jim ' s tal- ents are losing locker keys and chas- ing model airplanes. " Jimmy " is a member of A.M. A., D.MM.A., and I.I.M.A. He claims his biggest thrills are being elected chief justice of the student council and winning state track. Ambition: To graduate from college and to make the I960 Olympics. r k English and This brown js from Army nber of home- ith Ray, Bob, shn Franklin Watson . . . John ' s favorite sub|ect he likes all his teacher haired boy comes to Post and is now a me room 233. He pals v Larry, and Jim. Model airplanes seem to take up most of " Johnny ' s " time. John claims he has no talents. He con be heard saying " Mercy, I ' m shocked " His favorite song is Baby Doll. John has served in homeroom 21 and has received five letters in track. He is also a member of A. A.U., D.M.A., I. LA. A., and A.M. A. His biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To graduate from college. Judy Anne Welborn . . . " Bird " comes to Lincoln from Army Post school and can be found m H.R. 233. She can always be seen with Kay, D.ane, Rosie, Betty, and the rest of the gang. She is a faithful member of T.R.A., and TJ.4. Her hobbies include eating pizza, George, sleeping, George, and boys. It seems getting in and out of embarrassing positions is her talent. People who are always talking on the telephone, Judy claims, is her pet peeve. Too Much and Young Love rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Her big- gest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be a success and have nds. Carolyn Kay Wells . . . Kay comes to Lincoln from Washing- ton and can be found in H.R. 233. She can always be seen with Judy, Rosie, and Diane. Her services at Lincoln include student council, and being a maiorette. Koy claims her talent as eating " PIZZA. " Her hob- bies include dancing, eating, D.A.V. E., and B.O.Y.S. She is a faithful member of TJ.4. Confidential, Blue Monday, Love Me and Young Love rate tops on her list of favorite songs. Her biggest thrill will be grad- lati ccessful in every- Dovid Wheeler . . . " Wee ' hails from McKinley and is a faithful member of homeroom 233. His favorite teacher is Mr. Hoffman and his favorite subject is art. He has brown hair and can be seen with Ned Smith and Ivan Franklin. " I won ' t give up " is his pet expression and I Ain ' t Got A Home is his favor- ite song. His talent is sleeping and his hobbies include girls. His biggest thrill was when he got his motor- Ambition: To make lots of money. Harvey LeRoy Wilson . . . " Harv " came here from Marsh High in Minneapolis in 8B. He pi with Don, Ray, Bob, Phil, Da Frank, and Earl and his favor you ar te soying is " Sure you are! " Mr. Stone and Miss Scan Ian are this brown haired boy ' s favorite teachers and chemistry and English are his favor- ite subjects. Harvey belongs to L.O. A.F.E.R.S. and is an enthusiastic fisherman. His talents are singing and helping Dave tear up on cars in auto mechanics. Look Homeward Angel and Too Much are his favorite songs ond his biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To go to college and be a success in whatever he does. Allen L. Wingfield . . . Allen came to Lincoln from McKin- ley, has brown hair and blue eyes, and is in homeroom 233. " Al " claims Mr. Cox as his favorite teacher and mechanical drawing as his favorite class. He can be seen with John Rice and pals with John and Bill Ed- mundson in Journalism. Usually you can hear him say " Hey Babe! " and his favorite songs are Young Love and Moonlight Gambler. " Wingle " has served in the Air Force. His pet peeve is stuck up people. He be- longs to L.I.N. CO. L.N. and T.R.O. M.A.R. and claims he has many hidden talents. His hobbies are skat- ing, bowling, and tearing things apart to see what they are made of. His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To live a good life. «imi Winters . . . Blonde hair and bright blue eyes describe none other than " Mi. " She is a faithful member of G.L.C., CM. P., B.B.O., F.M.C., F.N.D.C, and G. L.C. Her services include student council, F.A.L.L. staff and N.A.V.Y, staff. Teen-Age Crush and My Don- key Got Drunk, rate high on Mi ' s fovorite list of songs. She can be seen with Judy, Gordon, Janet, Sue, Mary and Elvis. If you hear some- one yell " Well, Gordon! " or " When did you get back in town? " you ' ll know it ' s Mimi. Most embarrassing moment happened at Younkers with Janet and Jackie. Mi ' s pet peeve is odd people, Janet ' s hair, and Gor- don ' s little brother. Ambition: At the end of life, to hear my Master say, " Well Done. " Donald Wilson Woods . . . " Don " came to Lincoln from Warren Harding Jr. High in eighth grade and is a member of homeroom 233. His favorite teachers are Mr. Stone and Miss Scanlan, while his favorite sub- lect is chemistry. He pals with Har- vey Wilson, Mike Wagner, Dave Brannon, Earl Culver, Ray Smith, Phil Speck, Frank Hatch, and Ron Sandstrom. " Don " can be heard say- ing " Want to buy a jeep? " His fav- orite songs are Frogman, Young Love and Singing The Blues. His hobbies include fishing, Judy, hunting, and Judy and he belongs to L.O.A.F.E.R. S. and S.V.O.Y.S. " Don " was most embarrassed when his horse slipped the bridle on a riding trip, and went home without him. Ambition: To go into geology and be a success. Lorry Wayne Wright . . . This good looking fellow comes to Lincoln from Howe. He has served on student council, band, dramatics and service homeroom. Larry claims his talent is playing dixie land music. Larry can be seen with John, Lynn, Jim, Hhavooh and Gus. He is a member of O.D.S., and T.B.C. His hobbies include dixie land music, and talking on the telephone. He has received letters in football, and basketball. You ' ll Never Walk Alone and Walk Hand In Hand tops his list of favorite songs. Larry ' s big- gest thrill came one night after a football gome. Claims Stan Kenton is his pet peeve. Ambition: Graduate from Iowa State. Janette Wyckoff . . . Jan comes to Lincoln from Park Avenue and is in H.R. 233. She can always be seen with Sharon, Jackie, Larry, Sandy, and Janet. She is a faithful member of L.G.A., and L. A.R.R.Y. Young Love and True Love rate tops on her list of songs. Jan claims her talent is getting to school on time and her hobbies include eat- ing, sleeping and working. Jan can always be heard saying " You better believe it. " People who talk behind other people ' s bock is Jan ' s pet peeve and her favorite foods are p.zza and chicken. Her service to Lincoln was being secretary in home- in junior high. Her biggest nappy and always Ma Wyn Dixie comes to us from Central High School in Minnesota. She can always be seen with Kay, Ar, and Sue. If you ever hear Now, when I lived in Duluth, " you can be sure Dixie is around. Her many services include H.R. secretary, reporter on school paper, feature page editor on the school paper, (this was at Central High.) She claims her hobbies as writing letters and collecting poems. Her clubs at Central were dramatics, Spanish, Careers, and Press Clubs ' Dixie claims her pet peeve is her dog Peggy. Graduation will be her biggest thrill. Ambit,. field. Judith Irene Zahn . . . " Zany " is in H.R. 233 and comes from Army Post. Judy can always be seen with the T.C.A. gang, and can always be heard saying " Neatsie pooh. " Among her services are sec- retarial staff, student council, and co-feature editor of the Rail. Judy is a faithful member of T.C.A. , L.F. R.L., D.P.U., and Rainbow. Her fav- orite songs are Little Darlin ' and Night Tram, while her hobbies are driving, and T.C.A. slumber parties. Flirting with C.P.S. is her hobby and her biggest thrill happened after the Nevada game. (??) Copy cats and mashers are her pet peeves. Ambition: To be like the North Star — always pointed in the right direc- haron Kay Zika . . . This cute little brown-haired gal from Park Avenue can be found in H.R. 233. She claims Miss Wyatt is fovorite teacher while shorthand is her favorite subiect. Zeke pals with Pat, Barb and the rest of the girls. You can always hear her saying " What is this maddness ' and " I ' m embarrassed. " Kay tells us her fav- orite songs are Once Was and Bad Boy. Among her hobbies are loafing, Jim, eating pizza and J.E.A. Kay has the special talent of getting out of class and she is a faithful mem- ber of F.M.C., D.S.S., D.A.C., and J. E.A. Her biggest thrill is yet to come and her pet peeve is crowded busses. Ambition: To reach a certain goal and be Barbara Ann Zugg , . . Barbie comes to us from Army Post and can be found in H.R. 233. Borb Ikes all of her teachers and she pals around with Betty, Sharon, Connie and the rest of the gang. Love Me and Young Love rate high on her list of songs. You can always hear Barb saying " You Know. " Barb ' s biggest thrill will be graduation. She is a faithful member of F.F.S., P.I. Z Z.A. Pee, Fee Bee, Zee. Barb ' s talents are talking, riding around w.th the girls. Her hobbies are a certain boy, visiting the Nut House and cracking gum. Ambition: To be happy and get out of school and always have many friends. William E. Speck . . . " Bill " came to us from Downey Senior High School in Downey, Cali- fornia. He is a member of Home- room 233. Mr. Wood rates high as Bill ' s favorite teacher and book- keeping is his favorite subject. " Popcorn Song ' . ' is his favorite song. His hobbies are girls, eating pop- corn, and ice-skating. " Bill " has received a letter in Track. He be- longs to the Shmoo-Hawk Indians Club. Bill can usually be seen with Bob Meiers, Bob McConkey, Ed Fagen, Ross James and Phil Speck. Bil is a member of chorus and the boys glee club. He claims his big- gest thrill was coming back to Lincoln to graduate. Ambition: To go to college and be- come a bookkeeper. —26— ruaust K jraduateS Keith Wendell Adamson . . . " Skinner " came to Lincoln from Park Avenue. This brown haired kid is a loyal member of homeroom 203. He claims Mr. Simmons as his favorite teacher, while speech and dramatics rate high among classes. Keith can nth " The Gang, usually can be heard saying wouldn ' t go so far as to say some- thing like that. " His favorite songs are Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody and Singing The Blues. He claims no talents and enjoys traveling and getting out of work. He belongs to M.O.L.L.I.E., B.U.MS. and C.A.T.S. and his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To become a millionaire. Richard Ayers . . . Richard comes to us from Amos Hiatt. Radio rates high on his list of subjects and Mr. Pos is his favorite teacher. He pals with J ohn, Larry Milo, and Chuck. Dick is a faithful member of K.R.N T Rock and Roll is tops on his list of music. His pet peeve is people who don ' t dance. Richard plans his career in radio. Ambition: To be a llfr Patricia Ann Bell . . . This cute brown haired lass came to us from Howe and is now a faithful member of homeroom 203. Mr. Wood rates high on " Pat ' s " list of favorite teachers and homemaking is her favorite subject. Pat can be seen with Pauline, Anita, Pat and Phyllis. True Love, Young Love and Poor Boy are Pat ' s favorite songs while her hobby is Bill. " Pat ' s " clubs include E.L.V.I.S., W.H.R.A., and I. O.O. F. Pat ' s most embarrassing mo- ment was being teased by the teach- ers and students over a black eye. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To become rich and help the poor people. Not Pictured — Phillip Knotts . . . " Phil " hails from Elm Grove and is a member of H.R. 220. He pals with LeRoy Robey, Ernie Brickman, and Guy DeShong. Auto mechanics and Mr. Simmons rate high with this boy with the sandy hair. Young Love and You ' re The Reason I ' m In Love are " Porky ' s " favorite songs and his favorite saying is " I ' ll see ya. " His hobbies include cars, eating, teasing girls, and pool and he claims tearing out transmissions is his only talent. " Phil " belongs to Ringers and Gear Grinders and his biggest thrill was hopping up his " ole Ford. " Ambition: To put in his final trans- ' tane Lee Hendrickson . . . " Heaps " came to us from Hubbell and now is a faithful member of homeroom EC. This girl with the dishwater blond hair can usually be seen with Delores and Linda. Mr. Koroch is he r favorite teacher while driver ' s training is her favorite sub- ject. Diane is a member of the nur- se ' s staff. " Cnme-a-nitley " is Di- ane ' s favorite quotation while Smile and Melody Of Love are her favorite songs. Dog raising and training are her hobbies and her clubs are C.H.I. C.K.S., D.O.L.L.S. and future nurses for three and a half years. Playing the piano and accordian are Diane ' s talents. Her biggest thrill will be graduation from Lincoln and being accepted by Methodist hospital. Ambition: To be a R.N. and to be loved by one and liked by all. Beverly Ann Hill " Bev " is from her homeroom hair and blue Fronkhn Jr. High and . E.C. She h pals nth Maxine, Delores and Jen. " Get Sit is her favorite quotation while Young Love and Singing The Blues are her favorite songs. She was on home- making staff for two semesters and she claims her talents are hidden. Her hobbies are skating, eating, talking and sleeping and her clubs include F.A.R., J.S.H. and G.L.R. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be a success in what- ever I attempt to do. ra Joan Hopkins . . . Blonde hair and blue eyes describes none other than Joan, a faithful member of E.C. homeroom. She hails •ite teacher and subject are Miss Moro- ney and homemaking. He, Blue Moon and Because are her top songs and she can be seen with Robertta, Sue, and Sharon. Joan ' s services include being president of homemaking staff and her hobbies include roller skat- ing and a certain someone. She is a member of the Ankeny Speed Club and T.B.C. Her biggest thrill happened on December 20, and the other will happen in August. Ambition: To live a good Christian life and make the ones 1 love happy. Gerald Reeves . . . Gerald is a member of H.R. 211 and pals mostly with Bob Shaw and Larry Murphy. His favorite songs are Stolen Moments and There You Go. i ley to He likes auto mechanics best of all his classes and his hobbies are girls, cars, and hunting. Graduating will be his biggest thrill. Ambition: Always be happy and successful. We have worked for the betterment of school and community relations Senior journalism ia33 MR. SANDERS, Advisor JOURNALISM Second Row: Jim Ryals, rV Leo, Pot Moon, Pot Losh, Janet Warywooda, Mimi Winters, Sue Stotler, Jim McCIa le Peercy, Judy Show, Jerry Brown, Carlin Irish, Sandra Allen, Charlene Clark, Rose Dis Newell, Sue Nowels, Diane Warner, Morge Christian, Connie Marsh, Judy Penningto The Journalism 2 Class has the job of making the Senior Book, which includes makeup, sketches, picture pages, advertising, highlights, glossies, and organizations. So that Seniors and others may look back with fond memories of their school days, the book gives graphic pictures of the school activities. Wayne Peercy was chosen editor of this publication. The newspaper staff has been putting out a paper every two weeks. Sharon McCormick was editor of this paper for the past semester. They published seven issues during the semester. NALISM: First Row: Sharon McCormick, ie, Betty Bcckman, Second Row: Joe Di Plemone, Janet Austin, Carmello Crivaro McCloua, Robert Botes, Bonnie Dobbins, Noncy Sull alvo, Phyllis Third Row: Rcbertta Pultz an, Patty Lomendola, Judy Zahn, Joan Smith, Vicky Cataldo, Lucil Benton, Norma Byg, Doreen Rife, Patty Epp, Frances Kennedy, Mc David Moffitt, Doug Shaffer, Bill Nessen, John Vivone, Ward Ogde —30- SWIMMING Coach Loren Graaff The Abe tankers had one of their most successful seasons this year, posting a record of eight wins and two losses m dual meets while taking second and fifth in the city and state meets respectively. The mermen also splashed their way to several new school re- cords. Bill Nessen won the city and state diving title. David Sever busted swimming records for Lin- coln, along with Al Reynolds and Bill Nessen. New Records 100 yd. breast stroke — Dave Sever. 100 yd. backstroke — Al Reynolds 120 yd. Individual medley — Dave Sever Diving — Bill Nessen — 210.1. WRESTLING Coach Don Koroch Lincoln ' s wrestling team had a very successful season this year. The grapplers piled up an impres- sive record of 12 wins and one loss. The loss was the first wrest- ling meet of the season which they lost to Tech 20 to 1 9. The wrestlers tied for the city cham- pionship and took a second in the district meet, sending four boys to the state meet in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Three of the boys were eliminated in the first round but Larry Hayes went all the way through and won the 138 pound championship. The other boys who went to state were Art Mar- tinez, Jack Schamerhorn and John Brodene. In the individual city cham- pionship match Lincoln took two championships: they were Dick Ortega at the 127 pound division and Larry Hayes at the 145 pound division. Matmen Weight Name 95 Gregg Rosky 103 Don Kitterman 1 12 Art Martinez 120 John Carrasco Dick Ortega 133 Jack Schamerhorn 138 Don Gowin Dick Warnes 145 Larry Hayes 154 Lon Brewer 165 John Brodene HW. Milo Harper Fred Meisters BASKETBALL Coach Mr. Talarico The basketball season of 1956 and 57 had a very good improve- ment over that of last year ' s re- cords and as far as its team play went. The boys greatly improved on team defense, and they show- ed well played and contested in- dividual play and poise in the games. With this year ' s gradua- tion, they will lose Jerry Brown, Larry Wright, Lon Piper, Doug Shaffer, and Bob Karnes. The boys coming up show a lot of spirit and determination. The graduation of Richard Barbour and Bill King and Larry Maxwell at the first of the season put Lincoln ' s hopes down a little but by shifting some of the boys down and around the varsity spots were capably filled. Richard Barbour was Lincoln ' s high scorer this season with a total of 117 points up to his graduation in January. Bill King had a total of 111 and Larry Wright, 93. Lincoln ' s game averaged 44.3 to its opponents average of 47.3. Lincoln ' s total team scoring was 709 compared to their opponents score of 757. The boys lost many games this season by only a few points and many of them were really heart-breakers. The Sophomore team did not have a very success- ful season; but, with a few new boys added this semester from Nathan Weeks, they should give a lot of help. With a little more experience and determination the boys are hoping for a better record next year. BASEBALL Coach Wayne Heintz The Lincoln High 1957 spring baseball team got off to a slow start this year because of poor weather conditions and they h ad little time to practice outside. The team has nine returning lettermen and a lot of sophomores out to build up the team for the future. The returning lettermen are Terry Travis, Jerry Brown, Doug Shaffer, Dennis Guessford ' David Sever, Bowen Campbell, Ed Hinkley, Bud Mason and Dick Selinger. GOLF Coach Don Ceynar Lincoln High ' s golf team has shown steady improvement. This year ' s team has a junior nuc- leous which could be very tough their senior year. Boys ' Team The boys ' team has on its ros- ter Cliff Rooney, Tom Mackey, Dick Warnes, Chuck Holten ' Frank Aiello, Jo Mazza, Ron Rip- ley, Jim Lawrence, Joel Heifner. These boys are either juniors or soohomores. Girls ' Teem The girls ' team has Shirley Miller, Rochelle Toner, Sue Bai- lie, Carol Erickson, Judy Mould, Norma Loffredo, Martha Hen- ry, Sharon Bent, Sharon Weaver and Judy Shadley. SPRING TRACK Coach Glenn Rouse This years ' track squad start- ed with 42 members, 22 of whom are sophomores. The squad has only 5 returning lettermen this spring. They are: Jim Watson, Larry Armel, Lonnie Piper, Dan Krueger, and Larry Crane. The squad lost the help of another letterman, John Watson, who suffered a leg injury at the first of the season. Experienced Runners Field Men Jim Watson Larry Armel Lonnie Piper Dan Krueger Larry Crane Charles Fillman Bob Karnes Ray Rouse Fred Anthony 880-mile 220-440 High Jump Sprints Sprints Hurdles Discus Mile Shotput Football Throw Dick Campbell Jim Mitchell Dick Roeder 880-mile Sprints Hurdles I ■ ■ ■ . Ai " ' A 5s . Testing whether this team or any other team can be beaten in spirit . . . S wimmlna CJj " VVreMina Squads MR. KOROCH and MR. GRAAFF, Coaches WRESTLING TEAM: First Row: Lorry Nelson, Art Marti! Wayne Peercy, Earl Culver, James Smith, Don Gowm, John Brodene, Lon Brewer, Larry Hayes. WRESTLING RECORD LINCOLN 19 TECH 20 31 LEON 15 29 NEWTON 17 24 NORTH 20 35 AUDUBON 10 30 EAST 1 1 27 LEON 14 31 ROOSEVELT 12 29 ROOSEVELT 17 29 NORTH 13 21 AUDUBON 14 25 EAST 14 24 TECH 22 k Kime, John Corrasco, Don Kitterman. Third Row: Coach Koroch, Milo Harper, Second Ro Fred Meiste SWIMMING RECORD LINCOLN 54 NORTH 23 45 OTTUMWA 32 41 FT. DODGE 36 41 EAST 36 42 BOONE 35 27 ROOSEVELT 50 57 EAST 20 41 BOONE 36 26 ROOSEVELT 51 42 NORTH 28 p ' fif,?- c iaraLiuiL SWIMMING TEAM: First Row: Jim Pendry, Dave Holmes, Jim Fortune, Ross Jame 5. Bill N essen, Dick Glessner. Bowen Campbell, Clifton Rooney, Larry Cook. Second Row: David Severs, Bob Wise, Ed Barber, Tin l Johnson Dick Campbell, Terry Travis, Bob Tom- linson, Paul Ogren . m Percivol. Third Row: Jim Sloan, Jack Gnffen, Bob Lozier, Jim Shelt Dn, Barry McKibben, Al Reyn Dlds, Frank Hatch, Ed Fas--. Csrl Stone, Laird Thomas. (l aSebail and Jrack Je earns MR. HEINTZ and MR. ROUSE, Coaches BASEBALL — First Ro : Don White, Henry Qui|Ono, Dick Selinger, Carl Crees, Jerry Brown, Dennis Guessford, Ed Hinkley, Dennis Mure ; Sever, Doug Shatter Second Row: Coach Heintz, Mel Ferguson, Ron Babb, Tery Travis, Lon Brewer, Larry Tn rest Crees, John Mitchell, Allan Wills, Coach Wilson Due to the late printing of this story and book the track and baseball reams have not participated in many events, but with the returning of letter- men on both of the teams we are expecting both teams to have a better record over that of last year ' s. Like the track and baseball teams, the golf and tennis teams have not appeared in many meets yet, but we are expecting them to do their best also. TRACK — First Row: Bob Brewer, Bob Karnes, Fred Trapp, Jim Mitchell, Dan Krueger, Larry Armel, Lorry Crane, Don Evans, Dick Roeder, Bob Felice, Ron Woods; Second Row: Lonme Piper. Ken Enckson, Ed Brooks, Don Wilson, Earl Culver, John Brodie, Larry Nelson, Bob Bates, Jim Watson, Mike Cowie, Harold Tyler. Third Row: Don Wambsgans. Dave Ortale, Bob Pennington, Jim Brown, Ed Barber, Jim Smith, Mike Griggs, Ross James, Laird Thomason, Charles Fillman, Roy Rouse, Ron Tolley, Dave Thomason, Fourth Row: Mr. Rouse, Ken- ny Baker, Fred Anthony, Coach Herman. —35- i arduu and Second Jc earn MR. TALARICO and MR. McADAM, Coaches (7-)cishetba il BASKETBALL: First Team: First Row: Bob Newton, Joe Mazza, Victor Campos, Dennis Shelton, Joe Vivone, Richard Barbour, Jerry Brown, Henry Quiino, Dennis Guessford. Second Row: Lonnie Piper, Ron Hildy, Joe Claman, Bob Karnes, John Beyer Jerry Roeder Bill King, Larry Wright, Larry Maxwell, Doug Shaffer, Richard Se llinger, Mr. Talanco. VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD LINCOLN 38 ALBIA 45 53 ROOSEVELT 59 45 TECH 39 38 NEWTON 36 50 KNOXVILLE 36 42 EAST 33 47 SAYDEL 33 39 CHARITON 42 50 NORTH 67 37 ROOSEVELT 48 41 EAST 66 50 PERRY 56 44 VALLEY 45 49 NEVADA 45 46 TECH 52 42 NORTH 53 35 TECH 41 SECOND TEAM RECORD LINCOLN 29 ALBIA 32 38 ROOSEVELT 53 29 TECH 48 32 NEWTON 75 43 KNOXVILLE 54 37 EAST 47 17 SAYDEL 24 43 CHARITON 52 48 NORTH 77 19 ROOSEVELT 58 28 EAST 48 30 PERRY 51 37 VALLEY 31 33 NEVADA 46 45 TECH 63 41 NORTH 52 BASKETBALL: Second Team: First Row: Forest Crees Don Whit Woods. Second Row: Bob Brewer, Carl Crees Art Harper Denn Heyer, Mike Cowie. Thcmlenson, Bob Felice, Dor Ortale, Don Wambsgans, Steve Da ouS kS? KJirls folf and Jennls Je earns MR. CEYNAR and MRS WILSON, Coaches GOLF — First row: Frank Aiello, Joe Mozza, Chuck Holton, Clifton Rooney, Dick Warnes, Tom Mackey, Lorry Peterson, John Beyer, Joel Heifner; Second Row: Martha Henry, Rochelle Toner, Shirley Miller, Judy Mould, Carol Enckson, Coach Ceynar, Darlene Davis, Sharon Weaver, ' Judy Shadley, Sue Bailey, Sharon Bent. With the returning of many lettermen, both teams are expecting to ccme out with a good record. Despite the bad weather, both teams put in their practice in the girls gym and on the golf courses. TENNIS: First Row: Barbara Lamberto, Joyce Stafani, Joan Meyers, Judy Ogden, Ruth Hanifen, Mrs Wilson, E. Jaye I Keener Colleen Dissinger Brenda Foust. Second Row: Rosemary Cunningham, Pot Griggs, Pat Rosky, Terry Winner ' Jackie Mannatini, Lynda Groves, Kathy Kruke, Sandra Foust, Solly Hoydon. Third Row: Larry Wright, R Larry Hayes, Jim Sloan, Dick Lucas, David Johnson, Lynn Gillam, Charles Hoover, Brian Hale. nson, Manly th, Bonnie Heathershav Cheerleaders and 1 [aioretteS MR. HOFFMAN and MR. HEATH, Advisors CHEERLEADERS: Left to Right: Margo Do Knutson, Alice Silletto, Sally Haydon, Carhn Irish, Sally Bur, We thank the cheerleaders of Lincoln who help boost the school spirit sky high and obtain the greatest cheering section in the city. Under the direction of Mr. Hoffman, the cheerleaders lead cheers for the football, basketball, and wrestling teams. The pretty gals who always lead the band were the Lincoln Majorettes, who, during the halftimes at games, gave fine exhibitions of baton twirling. MAJORETTES: Left to Right: Kay Wells, Karen Selsor, Carmella Crivaro, Joan Smith, Sharon Pollitt, Janyce Clark. Warner _ Faaev That they have dedicated a portion of their lives for the enjoyment of others Senior and junior L n MRS. MAPEL, Director orud SENIOR CHORUS: First Row: Linda Macy, Shirley Boyland, Sharon Weaver, Jean Parker, Jackie Olson, Pat Moon, Ruth Knotts, Robertta Schwin, Norma Speck, Karen Zugg, Bonnie Winner, Carol Mittell Second Row: Shirley Brooks, Donna Shelton, Carol Canny, Glenda Deisler, Rose Knowland, Nancy Perk, Nancy Carter, Sandy Mercuno, Cathy Cackler Pat Hyde Pat Pilmer, Sue Wood, Janet Bnghtman, Pat Hadlock Third Row: Helen Serra, Karen Poda lak, Pat Losh, Janet Frederick, Cathy Kruke, Joe Mazza, Chuck Buchanan, Bruce Herman, Jean Bougher, Ruth Peterson, Carol Erickson, Judy Forrell, Lynn Caliguiri, Alice Palmer. Fourth Row: John Dennis McKinny, Jerry Simmons, Jim Pendry, Phil Speck, Terry Mansfield, La.rd Tomenson, Jim Keoster, Frank Aiello, Carl Tim Johnson, Brian Hole, Howard Horner. The Senior Chorus has had a busy year singing for Christmas and Easter services, the Spring Festival, and Baccalaureate. Lincoln can be justly proud of this fine musical group. Junior Chorus is where the voices for Senior Chorus are developed for choral singing. This excellent group has made a fine record in its singing. JUNIOR CHORUS: First Row: Cathy Erickson, Nancy Utterson, Ann Huglin, Caroline Hill, Sand Kay Devine, Sharon Allen, Gretchen Stein, Veronica Toussant, Di xie Shoemaker, Sharon Pow Abild, Janette Robbins, Jean Weston, Helen Rierson, Donna Poore, Sharon Hill, Mary Ma; Jones, Linda Freedmeier. Third Row: Madeline Graziano, Terry Willis, Eileen Hassebrock. Cowie, Judy Toyias, Colleen Protop, Ronald Shuck, Tom McMahon, Wayn. Richard Hammond, Larry Biggs, Bob St Cole ol Nei: i 1c I Sha Clc McNally, Terry Temby, Mrs. Mapel, Second Row: Jerry Keener Ladell i, Janet Irwin, Andrea Miller, Carol Barret, Carol Chrestiansen, Judy Brophy, Judy Boyd, Allen Marshall Fourth Row: Robert Beattie, Oscar Carlstrom, Donold Sparks, -42- Senior uOouJ and junior kjIviS Ljiee ( tub GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB: First Row: Terry Temby, Cathy Enckson Rosemary Sandra McNally, Carol. ne Hill, Cora Dancak. Second Row: Kay Dev.ne Andrea Miller, Terry Willis, Beverly Timms, Pauline Scavo. Third Ro Judy Ogden, Judy Toyias, Agnes Accordino, Donna Poore, Cora Lee McCullough, Irene Hassebroock, Mrs. Mapel, Janet Irwin, Ladell Abild, Sharon Clark, Sharon Hull, Mary Mazza, t: Joyce Thomas, Marlene Joss, Nancy Torri, Helen Peirson, ' irchow, Bonnie Ramey, Jane Brown In the Junior Girls ' Glee Club, many fine voices are developed for use in Senior Chorus. They have made several fine appearances before the stu- dent bcdy during the past year. The Senior Boys ' Glee Club is open to any boy who wishes to develop his voice or sing in the other musical groups. It serves primarily the same purpose for boys as the Junior Girls ' Glee Club does for girls. BOYS ' GLEE CLUB:: First Row: Keith Adamson, Charles Queener, David Wheeler, Ruth Peterson, Mrs. Mapel, Joe Mazza, Ho Horner, Charles Buchanan Second Row: John Brody, Bruce Herman, Carl Stone, Brian Hale, Tim Johnson. Dennis McKii Myron Murray. Third Row: Jim Pendry, Jim Shaw, Frank Hatch, Frank Aiello, Laird Thomason, Fred Trapp, David Trissel, Speck. -43- ; J STtW 2fll w - a P«ttv .«_a i ' Cl Cy ! ° CAT COOL TEW[$ OSS OH HAPfY I R?I2E n l jr» y - Fjfto SALLY 41 COWBOY? CRAZY i PW (j JOHNNIE f , JERK ' C0(V. REALLY?? Q t HA ££0 5 S WILEY an n .« i f FPV DA M c f 4 Lincoln rrlcin S prina j la lan — jprina. f luu MISS RIGGS, Director DOUBLE DOOR A PLAY IN THREE ACTS BY ELIZABETH McFADDEN CASTS (In the order of their appearance) Thursday Performance AVERY ... Suzanne Caskey TELSON ... Dennis Kunkel LOUISE Janice Scott ANNE ..... Janice Fillman CAROLINE Catherine Caldwell VICTORIA Sandy Ginder MR. CHASE Charles Queener MR- NEFF ... Frank otto DR. JOHN SULLY Keith Adamson RIP Carl Stone LAMBERT .. ....._.David Trissel FRIDAY PERFORMANCE AVERY... Sue Gaylord TELSON Dennis Kunkel LOUISE, Judy Fryman ANNE.. ...Joanne ORourke CAROLINE Margo Davis VICTORIA Betty Beckman MR. CHASE .... Frank Otto MR. NEFF. Mike Kelly DR. JOHN SULLY .... Robert Jensen RIP Lynn Gillam LAMBERT ... C harles Queener RAFFLES (both performances) ... Hamlet Pigot PRODUCTION STAFF Faculty Pesters.... Larry G Hoffman Stage Sets .... Edward N. Nelson Ushers .... Wayne Pos Publicity..... Henry Sanders Costumes, Set Decorations Irene Moroney STUDENT DIRECTORS Friday Performance.. Sally Penland Thursday Performance .....Sharon Hardenbrook This play was produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, New York, N. Y. Those who struggled here have given their last full measure of obility S prina f iciu DOUBLE DOOR " Double Door " was an intelligently written melodrama with a light convincing plot. It was presented on the Lincoln High stage on March 28th and 29th. This was the most exciting play since " Dracula. " You thought Dracula was hateful, but when Victoria Van Bret came on the stage you soon saw what meaness, cruelty and hatefulness really are. Family pride, like anything else in this life, can be persued fanatically as a fetish and from there on it may turn into a mania if one is inclined to dwell inordinately on such a hobby. The disease is apt to break out in wild form in some old lady in any family but with Victoria Van Bret it pyramids into insanity. Lynn Gillam, Joanne O ' Rourke, Sue Gaylord, Margo Davis, Dennis Kunkel, Betty S prL jrin 9 a ? DOUBLE DOOR: Sandy Ginder, Carl Stone, Janice Fillman, Cath Very cruely and relentlessly, Victoria ruled her family. She hated Anne Darron who was a sweet young bride. She completely controlled hsr younger sister Caroline. Victoria had to con- sole Rip because he was not yet under her complete control. In a dark room that had not been changed since her father died, Victoria went through her cheerless routine with cruel regularity. She was more cruel than ever, just now, because Rip was marrying a young lady who was not of his social standing. Victoria senses a threat to the in- tegrity cf the Van Bret fortune. How Victoria tortures the bride and finally tries to murder her was the main plot of the story. DOUBLE DOOR: Act II: Sandy Ginder, David Trissel, Carl Stone Jc Suzanne Caskev. Catherine Caldwell. n, Janice Scott, Dennis Kunke!, wMmSMSStim . . . The school can never forget what we did here Senior CSf Aunior student Councils I Pi MR. POS and MRS. ROBBINS, Advisors SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL: First Ro Rudy Bionchi, Dan Reyes, Don Wih rly Exferd, Bonnie Dobbins Mary Jo Ellis, Dennis Kunkel, Jerry Durh Larry Cook, John Bartholomew. Fourth Row McCarthy, Pat Griggs, E. Jaye Erlanson, Judy Fryn Jackie Olson, Cathy Cackler, Jane Brown. irbour. Chuck Holton, Ward Ogden Lynn Gillan Judy Ogden. Karen Podalak, Ruth Hanifen, I nette Barnard, Nancy Sullivan, Carlin Irish, Jul:a Owen. Third Ro Phil Baldwin, Joe Schneller, Charles Fillman, Leon Butler, Terry 1 net Eggers, Barbara Lamberto, Gloria Courtney, Terry Sharon Weaver, Sheryl White, Janet Hagen, Ruth Peterson, The Senior Student Council is made up of two representatives from each homeroom. It is headed by an executive staff of president, vice president, chief justice, secretary, and treasurer. To encourage student management of the building, grounds, and student body of Lincoln, is the purpose of this council. The Junior Student Council is made up of two representatives from each junior homeroom. President, vice president, chief justice, secretary, and treasurer are the offices that head this council. Their purpose is to encourage the juniors to take care of the building and grounds. JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL: First Row: Rhodes, Warren, Cox Huffy, Edwards, Solem, Agar, Remer, Backstrom, Durhom, Wright. Second Row: Shepherd, Dye, Lovett, Brayton, Parks, Bures, Hull, Serrill, Graziano, Toyias, Huglin, Dickinson, Mrs. Robbins. Third Row: Miller, West, Wicker, Gates, Hassebrock, Corcoran, Frym an. Brown, Larson, Moorehead Fourth Row: Utley, Dev.n, Antol, Stewart, Jeffries, Rife, Leeper, Thomas, Van Law, Stein, Klauen burch, Baker, Irwin. waffs .That these staffs, under their advisors, shall have the experience to succeed . . oLibraru and Lyfftce staffs MISS HOLT and MRS. SHIFFER, Advisors OJ!f|f»J LIBRARY STAFF: First Row: Margo Davis, Betty Beckman, Miss Holt Second .Row: Cathy Cackler, Darlene Davis, Sue Gaylord Judi Milligan, Carolyn Wilbur , Sandra Luick, Nancy Sullivan, Beverly Exferd. Library Staff is made up of girls who help with the general library housekeeping, shelve books, check books in and out, find magazines for students, and file cards. They work during study hall hours or before and after school, and hold meetings where books are reviewed by staff members Office Staff aids both faculty and student body by answering questions, answering the switch- board and telephones, running errands, bookkeaping, helping to locate lost articles, and various other duties. They also help to keep the school management efficient OFFICE STAFF: Left to Right: Rosie Leo, Judy Wood, Nancy Foes, Sharon Pollitt, Sally Burmeister, Karen Selsor, Pat Rosky, Loretta Ceretti, Sally Haydon, Glenda Bortell, Linda Moore. Not Pictur ed: Sally Penland, Marilyn Thompson, Joyce McConnell. —52- Secretarial and 1 lurSeS Staffs MISS SUTTER, MISS WYATT, MISS EALY and MRS. DENNIS, Advisors Vicky Cataldo SECRETARIAL STAFF: First R u „. to Right: Catherine Caldwell, Carol Mettill Barbara Henry, Miss Ealy, Miss Wyatt, Mi The Secretarial Staff is made up of girls who are selected according to their scholastic ability in the secretarial field. They are all in advanced typing and shorthand classes. This staff has various duties that include typing variable copies of work for the school and operating the mimeograph machine. Nurses Staff consists of girls who perform various duties, for example, filing, tabulating weight, audiometer and T. B. reports, and dental findings. They also assist with weighing, giv- ing of T. B. patches, taking temperatures, giving first aid, clean and make beds, and generally making themselves useful. NURSES STAFF: First Row: Mrs Stc Second Row: Joninne Thompson, Dia Sharon Jungman. Karen Knutson, Jane Ann Abbott, Mrs. Dennis, aren Zerbst, E. Jaye Erianson, Marianne Astley, rromemaklna and rrt S taff MISS MORONEY and MR. HOFFMAN, Advisors HOMEMAKING STAFF: First Ro Janet Kellogg. Standing, Lett tc The girls on Homemaking Staff help at banquets and teas, mend rips and tears in clothing, keep up the files, help people that are behind in their work, do the inventory, and keep the keys. They are picked from the advanced sewing and cooking classes. Art Staff is made up of students who have a keen interest in art. They try to give art stu- dents a better understanding and appreciation of art. They support group participation of art techniques and activities. ART STAFF: Seated, Lett to Right: Ann Hutchinson, Caroline Luttrell, Gae Philby, Deana Beeman, Diana Sandford, Linda Clevenger, Joanne O ' Rourke, Joyce Saddoris, Donna Shelton, Standing: Mr. Hoffman. Not Pictured: Bill Ash, David Wh eeler, Ivan Franklin, Judy Rodgers, Delores Kenworthy, Sandy Ginder. Jl omeroomd 118. 120 and Leaders L tub MR. STONE, MR. BERRY and MRS. CAPLE, Advisors SERVICE HOMEROOMS 118 and 120: First Row: David Severs, Gary Surbaugh, Bob Brill, Ken Cross. Second Row: Dick Roeder, B Lon Brewer, Jerry Durham, Mike Cowie, Dennis Guessford Third Dick Campbell, Lynn Gillam, Jerry Roeder, Jerry Grubb, Mr. Stone. d Trapp, Don Evans, George Zahn, John Brodie, Audley Conrath, Dick Warnes, Rudy Bianchl, Richard Selinger, Jerry Thompson, Jim Shelton, The boys in homerooms 1 18 and 120 operate the noon movies and the lights and microphones for assemblies. They also set up visual aids, such as movie machines, filmstrips in the class- rooms and operate them when needed. Gym Staff helps in the girls ' gym by taking numbers and various other duties included in gym work. Leaders Club has three main projects, to collect outgrown gym suits, tennis shoes and bathing suits, to give to girls who cannot afford to buy them, and to invite the 9A ' s from Nathan Weeks to an open house each semester. LEADERS CLUB: First Row: Lynda Groves, Judy Fryman, Nancy Eaton, Ruth Hanifen, Anne Hutchinson, Judy Cord, Roma Rofern, Janet Eggers, Judy Harding. Second Row: Pat Griggs, Mary Spenser, Judy Warren, Carol Mettille, Sharon Galespie, Sandra Allen, Judy Izzolene, Karen Brown, Lola Morris, Mrs. Caple. Not Pictured: Judi Milligan, Rose Disco. i afeteria and Custodial taffd MRS. HAVEN and MR. STEEN, Managers CAFETERIA: Left to Right: Lulo Collins, Fay Mizum, Ella Haven, Wilma McCauley, Verna Baker, Wilma Higdon, Verda Murchison, Ann Hoff. The cafeteria workers are a wonderful group of women who see to it that the students are given wholesome, well-balanced lunches daily. They start early in the morning preparing the food for the four lunch hours. The janitors and the matron maintain our school building. They keep our halls, classrooms and rest rooms clean. They also help at school dances, athletic contests, and help to maintain our school grounds. A " x . SCHOOL CUSTODIANS: Back Row: Robert Sloan, Herschel Reeves, Herber First Row: Frank Stolmeier, Maurice Albright, Bert Steen, Dorothy Smith, Floyd Fosnaugh, Br Frank Cardan m? iIU 7ATMJiS . That these members shall have the ability required for their chosen career . . nCaalo ana Arrt i tub MR. POS and MR. HOFFMAN, Advisors RADIO: First Row: Judy Ack Row: Tom Cross, Lynn Gillioi Richard Ayers, Chuck Queer Patty Hyde, Sharon Mitchell, Sandy- Men ion ice Scott, Jetf Lew ■well, Sally Penlc o, Jean Parker, Mike Kelly, Mr. Annette Caldwell. Third Ro Radio Class is made up of students in advanced speech and dramatics who use their talents to write, produce, direct, and act in productions similar to those in radio and television stations. They go to KDPS for one day every week to put into practice their knowledge of radio by actual participation. The Dorian Art Club was formed by students having a keen interest in art. The main pur- pose of this club is to give its members a better understanding and appreciation of art. This club, the newest at Lincoln, gives ample opportunities in group participation of art techniques and activities. DORIAN ART CLUB: First- Second Row: Bonnie Winne Clevenger. Third Row: Gae low: Sandra Ginder, Devere Burt, Mike Kelly, Anne Hutchinson, Mel Stump, Deana Beeman, Ann Huglin, , Bonnie West, Caroline Luetrell, Donna Shelton, Judy Rogers, Ivan Franklin, Charles Ruperto, Linda Philby, John Thies, Dick Croll, Tom Ruggless, Jean Boogher, Rosemary Cunningham, Sharon Villines. srufure JeacherS and ll fi urdeJ MISS KIRKHOFF, MR. STONE and MRS. DENNIS, Advisors FUTURE TEACHERS: Third Row: Mr. Stone, Evelyn Jambor, Carol Thomas, Donna Smith, Judy Hunt, Sharon Fisher, Evelyn Hohk, Marilyn Drew, Rose McCullough, Jane Brown, Miss Kirkhoff. Second Row: Ruth Longerbone, Gail Longerbone, Joyce Smith, Judi Ogden, Donna Deforest, Roberta Schwin, Carolyn Hill, Patsy Flick, Joyce Stafani. First Row: Sharon Newell, Sue Nowels, Deanna Graves, Andrea Miller, Cathy Cackler, Kathleen McCormick, Jean Bougher, Carolyn Wilbur, Sandra Rhodes. The Future Teachers Club is organized for the purpose of getting students interested in using the teaching profession as their career. Meetings are held once a month. Club activities include very interesting speakers, picnics, parties, and breakfasts. Future Nurses Club is organized for the purpose of geting girls interested in nursing as a profession or in any of the allied professions. Their activities include speakers and trips. The annual pinning ceremony at Drake University climaxes this semester. FUTURE NURSES CLUB: First Ro Henry, Julie Scaghone. Second R. Merchantson, Ca )ixie Glick, Janet Irwin, Sandra McNally, Karen Knutson, Judy Crouch, Linda Gu Karen Zerbst, Linda Long, Cathy McCormick, Jane Abbott, Sally Haydon, Brenda nne Thompson Third Row: Darline Simmons, Sharon Enckson, Rosie Nowland, Diane Hendri Koline Hill, Sue Wood, Cynthia Badger. Fourth Row: Agnes Accrodino, Susan Steel, Kay Dixie Burchfielf, Morlene Joss, Mary Ann Astley, Mrs. Dennis. stofson, Karen Foust, Loretta ckson, E. Jaye Gould, Norma C nailsn 8 Classes MISS SCANLAN, Instructor ENGLISH " 8 " : First Row: Roy Rouse, Jim Wotson, Bob To Second Row: Bonnie Ramey, Barbara Henry, Dixie Wym Sharon McCormick Third Rov r: Dick Roder, Phillip McCa McConkey. Fourth Row: Phyll s Logston, Pat Morris, Sharo Kay Denn.t, Judi Milligan, An ihnson, Robert Bates, Haryey Wilson, Don Woods, Terry Travis, Dick Spencer. in, Pat Moon, Sally Haydon, Nancy Sullivan, Ruth Haniten, Karen Jewell, imon, Ron Hethershaw, Bob Karnes, Jim Koester, Berry McKibben, Bob Perkovich, Pat Losh, .Anise Jordan, Delores Loftredo, Judy Hunt, Brendo i Hutch inson. Miss Scanlan. English 8 is an elective course for twelfth grade students which deals specifically with Eng- lish Literature. Some of the work this semester included reading " A Tale of Two Cities, " " Mill On the Floss, " writing a research paper and studying the writers of the Romantic Age, Victorian Age, Twentieth Century, and the English Novel. Students in this class include those graduating in June, and next January. The senior English teachers take turns teaching English 8. This course is a preparatory subject for students who are planning to attend college. ENGLiSH " 8 " : First Row: John Beyer, Larry Green, Dennis Guessford, Lynn Row: Betty Beckman, Judy Cord, Evelyn Jambor, Donna DeForest, Alice Sil Allen, Rosie Leo. Third Row: Larry Hayes, Benny Dougherty, Mi lo Harper Fillman, Robert Jensen, Charles Queener. Fourth Row: Beverly Exterd, Larry Cook, John Watson, Mike Griggs, Jc Judy Reynolds, Robertta Pultz, Sharon Jungman, Annette Barnard. Reyes, Bob Carter, John prlna rTiahilcih t Jprina 9 ntl r We, the seniors of the June 1957 graduating clas s of Lincoln High School, would like to bring back some of the highlights of our senior year. New Student Council officers were installed in an assembly held on January 9. John Bartholomew was installed as President, Pat Griggs as Secretary, Lynn Gillam as Vice President, Patty Moon as Treasurer, and Jim Watson as Judicial Chairman. The Senior class was vey proud of the fact that three of its members were chosen by the student body to be council officers. The Regular Railsplitter staff was announced on January 28 by Mr. Sanders, the Journalism advisor. Sharon McCormick was chosen editor; Sandra Al- len, Make-up; Robertta Pultz, Back Page Make-up Editor; Barbara Henry and Judy Zahn, Feature Editors; Norma Byg, Feature Columnist; Doug Shaffer, Sports Editor; Carlin Irish, Sports Column- ist; Jim Ryals, Advertising Manager; Bonnie Dob- bins, Circulation; and Charlene Clark, Copy Read- er. With this staff directing, the Journalism 2 Class published seven newspapers, the largest number ever to be published in one semester for the stu- dents of Lincoln High and the Southside Commun- ity. Mil MM UI .IN l.ll ll.l III. lll llll Mil— Ul— UN — .III— HII — .III— K.I — llll l.ll n,j. CRESCENT CHEVROLET COMPANY I 1 I I NEW CARS TRUCKS — 5th KEO j I Telephone AT 8-0281 I | USED CARS— 12th LOCUST I I Telephones AT 8-0281 —AT 8-1988 DES MOINES 9, IOWA I I Congratulations to the ' 1 I June 1 957 Graduating Class I I i FOURTH STREET GARAGE I i I 1 I I 24 HOUR COURTEOUS SERVICE I I I I REPAIRING— STORAGE— WASHING j ! I I I Phone CH 4-5291 I 417 Fourth DES MOINES, IOWA CHARLES L. KENNEDY, Mgr. I I I I COMPLIMENTS OF HECK ROSS Clothier TUX RENTALS BAND UNIFORMS 515 Locust Street Phone CH 3-3285 I ! I IF YOU ARE PREPARING FOR A STENOGRAPHIC OR j I SECRETARIAL CAREER, YOU ' LL FIND A GOOD JOB I AT MEREDITH PUBLISHING CO. i PUBLISHERS OF j I BETTER HOMES GARDENS And | ! i I I SUCCESSFUL FARMING For information about your opportunities see Mrs. Graham I MEREDITH PUBLISHING COMPANY I [ I 1716 Locust [ j prin a • ' ' l Q " " 7 nti fC on t.l Three new teachers were added to the Lincoln faculty this semester. They were Mrs. Caple, Mrs. Hoff, and Mr. Wilgenbusch. We now have a to- tal of 61 teachers on the Lincoln High faculty. Our Senior Railsplitter staff was also announced by Mr. Sanders on the 28th of January. Wayne Peercy served as the editor-in-chief. Judy Shaw was the make-up editor; Nancy Sullivan and Vicki Cataldo worked on organizations. Also on the 1957 Senior Rail staff were Carmella Crivaro, Judy Hunt and Patty Moon who wrote the sketches be- side each senior ' s picture. Bill Nessen was the sports editor and Sharon Newell was in charge of cir- culation. Sue Nowels and Rosie Leo took charge of the glossies while Kay Zika, Patty Lamendola ond Sharon Perkovich made up the picture pages. David Moffitt was the advertising manager and Betty Beckman wrote the Senior highlights. This staff was responsible for the 98-page book pub- lished by the Senior class. This class sold 900 Sen- ior Rails which is the highest amount ever sold in Lincoln High. MOFFITT BUILDING MATERIAL CO. Plastering Materials Brick Masonry Materials Sand, Gravel, Limestone Roofing and Siding — Insulation 621 S. W. 7th Street Phones Off. AT 8-7259 Home CH 4-2528 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS ITS GOOD SENSE - - - to START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT when you START YOUR CAREER DES MOINES SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 210 SIXTH AVE. PHONE AT 2-8303 " The Oldest In Des Moines " Member Federal Savings Loan Insurance Corp. ? n ' pine ' PfofoeHpuuUHQ SERVICE ENGRAVING INC 41 Fifth Ave. )es Moines, Iowa HONES 3-3571 3-3359 1%aU PEGASUS Bronze figure-fountain in the reflecting pool of the Des Moines Art Center by CARL MILLES Swedish Sculptor CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1957 GRADUATES From PROCTOR DRUG CO. COMPLIMENTS j A Ploce to Meefr Your Friends j [ 3211 S. W. Ninth Street Phone CH 3-8664 j I I DES MOINES, IOWA I I I I I I l Jolly good chap, the Ambassador — rents his formal togs same place I do! I I Iowa ' s ONLY Exclusive Formal Shop I MEN ' S FORMAL WEAR I 417 Locust Street | Phone CH 3-4711 f ODEA Finance Company 1117 Locust Street DES MOINES, IOWA COMPLIMENTS OF Des Moines Still College of Osteopathy and Surgery + + DES MOINES 9, IOWA _5nrin n rria li I in hts fi on t.l Bill Nessen, a 1 2A, took the state diving title in the state swimming meet held on February 15 and 16. With this honor, Bill completed an undefeated season in that event. The Lincoln High tankers completed the season with a fifth place ranking in the state meet. The seniors would like to congra- tulate all of the boys who passed the preliminary tests and got into the final events of this state meet as it was considered the fastest high school swimming meet ever held in Iowa. Leading the Senior class for the past semester was Jim Sloan. He was elected by the class to act as its president. His duties included presiding at all senior meetings, appointing all personnel of committees, carrying on the work of the class, calling senior meetings, and making a valedictory speech on class day in behalf of the class. Larry Crane was elected Vice President of the class. He presided over the senior meetings in the event of the absence of the president and presented the " Key to the World " on behalf of the class to the I I I Pizza AT ITS BEST i i Serving Delicious i Italian Foods . . . i j Lunch and Dinners I ! PHONE CH 4-9319 FOR PIZZA TO TAKE OUT BABE ' S 416 - 6th Ave. Des Moines I I I GLOBE MACHINERY SUPPLY CO. Compliments of Distributors of American Radiators Standard Sanitary Plumbing and Heating Equipment au ytib Seventh at Wain Walnut Des Moine East First and Court Avenue PHONE CH 4-3231 • Dresses • Sportswear • Accessories • Lingerie • Coats • Suits THE G L CLOTHING and SHOES MILLER S SUPER VALU STORE MEYER and HARRY EVERY DAY LOW PRICES • 205 West Seventh Dial CH 3-7431 Des Moines, Iowa 1300 Army Post Road Phone AT 2-4691 GRADUATION PICTURES Andrews Studio 822 WALNUT STREET Phone CH 4-3231 DES MOINES 9, IOWA Remember we can make wedding pictures too Spring, rrialilianti (L ont.l elected 1 2-B in the class day assembly. We sel- ected Brenda Foust as secretary of the Senior class. She kept careful records of all class meetings and executive committee meetings, and wrote notes of appreciation to speakers furnished for com- mencement and baccalaureate services of the class. Nancy Sullivan was elected treasurer. She collected all fees and issued a receipt for all money received, paid all senior obligations, and made a report in duplicate of all transactions for the school auditor. Larry Hayes won the state championship wrest- ling crown in the 138 pound division at Cedar Falls, February 23. Lincoln wrestlers came from behind to trip Tech 24-22 to gain a share of the city cham- pionship title, February 19, in the Abe ' s gym. This was the third time in four years Lincoln has had either the city wrestling championship title or a share of it. Patty Moon and Larry Cook were chosen by the Journalism 2 Class to model the Younker ad that appears in this book. These two students were re- j CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1957 JUNE GRADUATES I I I BANKERS TRUST COMPANY 6th and Locust Street Member F. D. I. C. tfSfyn J ?qbJ $e( t £efow% 1 1™ 5 LO C U ST 18 Specialized Departments to SUPERIOR " 400 ' Use Yellow Cabs QUALITY GASOLINE PREMIUM MOTOR OIL [ L onara it afitms srune, 9-5 Ljraas from MARASCO ' S SHOPPING CENTER | 1961 INDIANOLA AVE. I THE MOST COMPLETE SUBURBAN DEPARTMENT STORE IN DES MOINES I FOR GIRLS SHIP ' N SHORE BLOUSES PADDLE AND SADDLE SPORTS WEAR JEWELRY SHOES ANKLETS LINGERIE SKIRTS NYLONS FOR BOYS SLACKS SHIRTS TIES SHOES HOSE JACKETS CASUAL WEAR GIFTS FOR EVERYONE PHONE CH 3-1111 AIRPORT TERMINAL BARBER SHOP We Specialize On FLAT TOPS, HOLLYWOODS and All Types of Modern Hair Styles Also Mud Packs and Facials Open 8 a. m. — 6 p. m. Every Day Except Monday Manager N. Bernal Can you qualify? (STOP wfT MM A " careful driver " obeys all traffic signals! If you use good judgment, common sense and courtesy when you are behind the wheel it should be easy for you to qualify as a State Farm " Careful Driver " . Because State Farm aims to insure only those drivers who have fewer accidents and fewer claims, they are able to offer sound protection at reasonable rates. So, before you buy auto insurance, call your State Farm agent and find out how you may qualify for " Careful Driver " insurance. It pays to know your STATE FARM Agent! to m, ARTHUR F. CLARK Office: 603 Royal Union Bldg. Phone CH 3-7131 Home: 1121 Bell Ave. Phone CH 3-8225 i J nrinq rriqliliqnts l ont.l quired to plan a theme, make the photographic ar- rangements, and meet other requirements neces- sary to get the ad ready for the Rail. The theme they decided on was centered around a barbecue pit. Patty and Larry both decided to wear Bermuda shorts. Carlin Irish and Norman Timmons were runners-up in this voting so the class decided to have them pose for the Senior class inset picture to be used in the book. Bonnie Winner, a 1 OA, was presented the Hall- mark Art Award March 2. The Hallmark is one of the highest awards received. Bonnie was one of the five finalists from a field of 3,000 entries. Carl Loffredo had a big day in March. He was awarded a four-week trip abroad this summer to Switzerland. The trip is the annual Civil Air Patrol Cadet exchange to promote good will and under- standing between nations. Carl was chosen on the basis of his scholastic ability, knowledge of Civil Air Patrol history and various other abilities. KOCH BROTHERS i I Printers Stationers Bookbinders I I Office Outfitters • Office Machines I I I GRAND AVENUE AT FOURTH | I DES MOINES I Telephone CHerry 4-4224 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Van ' s Super Markets No. 1 3416 S. E. 14th Street No. 2 4505 S. W. 9th Street CONGRATULATIONS FLOWERS BY - - - rfht tOHlf 3300 Southwest 9th Street Des Moines, Iowa I J Call AT 8-6789 i I I I I ANTHONY J. COMITO, Proprietor I . ' Quality You Can Taste " Phone AM 6-3172 RNDERSONERICKSONDRIRVCa Anderson -Erickson Dairy Co. 2229 Avenue Frederick M. Hubbell DES MOINES 17, IOWA yL j nk THE MOURNFUL, melancholy, wails seep- ing through the cracks at 544 36th St. (Maxheim Studio to you) is your old grief- head and his little crimson orbed gremlins sobbing out the anguish of parting ' s sweet sor- row from all you snootie cuties and gone guys a fixin ' to scut- tle your curriculum. So as you Lens Bender jubilate with all the well wish- es and Maxheims wallet pics, don ' t forget to dig your old Uncle Max come middle aisle merger time. Our wedding Whammy will stake you out to so many drooly memories that it will make Swanee River seem like a fever dream. And remember, the first papoose hits the jackpot for a free portrait if we can muscle in en the wedlock workout. The number is BL 5-1553 for real photo graphic Moxie. ! I FOR THE BEST ! 1 BUILDING MATERIALS 1 SEE LEACHMAN LUMBER CO. FOR THE BEST IN HEATING See WYCKOFF HEATING CO. General Electric Healing PROMPT SERVICE COAL— GAS— OIL 3138 S. W. 9th Ph. AT 8-5573 1921 Hubbel Ave. Ph. AM 2-8244 7ke Tleto REEDS ICE CREAM SHOP MALTS SUNDAES FRENCH FRIES SANDWICHES PIZZAS S. W. 9th Loomis JS nrina rrialilialils fi oiit.J This senior was also chosen to represent the Iowa Wing of the Civil Air Patrol at the meeting of the National Cadet Advisory Council in California. The annual Fun Night was held March 15. It was planned and sponsored by the Lincoln High P.T.A. The new attraction this year was the Win- A-Panda booth. This booth took in the most money for the P.T.A. Profits from Fun Night this year amounted to $857.43. " Double Door, " a melodrama, was presented on the Lincoln High stage on March 28 and 29. Miss Riggs directed the spring play, which had two sepa- rate casts. The fifth hour dramatics class presented the play Thursday afternoon and the sixth hour class presented it Friday night. Sandy Ginder had the lead Thursday and Betty Beckman had the lead Friday night. Sharon Newell and Robertta Pultz had charge of the ushers. " Monitor " is going places and doing things. This was the theme for the 1 2A Get-to-gether assembly held Thursday, April 4. Some of the guests " Mon- CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERY MEMBER OF THE JUNE 1957 CLASS ! I LOFFREDO ELECTRIC ! I 6004 S. W. Second I I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING I I I COMPLETE SERVICE ! I J I Phone AT 2-5528 I ! I SELLERS HARDWARE 3205 S. W. 9th Street WE SPECIALIZE IN PAINT WALLPAPER IN STOCK PHONE CH 4-1913 I I COMPLIMENTS FROM ROCKYS STEAK HOUSE + + + Fleur Drive Stanton Ave. Phone CH 3-9708 I I i COOK REALTY Wishes You HAPPINESS SUCCESS J In A Large Measure Attained By ! HOME OWNERSHIP I I I EUGENE D. COOK I I Phone AM 6-5667 j 1 Office 3223 S.W. 13th St. Place I I I I I i I I I TOPS FOR TASTE ] ENJOY RICHER -TASTING I I FLYNN DAIRY PRODUCTS CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Brightwell Oil Company Phillips 66 Flite Fuel and Trop-Artic Motor Oil BATTERY RENTAL— TOWING Complete Line Of MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTORS BOATS, AND BOATING EQUIPMENT CH 4-8997 919 Keo Way JOHNNIE AND FANNIES JOHNNIE and FANNIE VIVONE, Props. Chicken — Steaks — Shrimp Spaghetti and Meat Balls Sandwiches Phone CH 3-9964 206 INDIANOLA ROAD Des Moines, Iowa J nrlnct J riiililialits tK ont.l itor " visited were paste! Easter bunnies, flapper guys and gals, gaily colored clowns, muskrats, opera singers, sleepy time gals, Chinesemen, chil- dren, popular singers, and Sheena, Queen of the Jungle. These strange people entertained the sen- ior high students and the parents of the senior class in an assembly in the auditorium. Some of the highlights of the assembly were Charleston dancers from the flapper era, sleepy time gals singing " Goodnight My Love, " a Shakespeare play, a visit from a viper, a minstrel shew, a skit about Easter, and future, past and present Elvis ' s. After school, a dance was held in the girls ' gym. It was followed by a spaghetti supper in the cafeteria. Following the supper the 1 2A class went to Don Bell ' s Teen Hop at the Val-Air in their costumes. Don Bell awarded prizes to the students with the best costumes. Jerry (Little Richard) Brown and Dave (Sheena) Moffitt won with their costumes. All 12A ' s that attended received a record. Margaret Plemone and Marge Christian, seniors from Lincoln, won record albums for winning the girls ' jitterbug contest. Carmella Crivaro and Milo Harper were runners-up to the A C Ice Cream Company " Quality Made It Famous " I j Try Our Specialties For Parties, Weddings, And All i T Occasions I I I I I J I I I + 1907 Ingersol Ph. AT 8-8586 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS ROY BRICK ! BARBER SHOP ! ! I I I I I I I 3136 S. W. 9th I I I I i I COMPLIMENTS Iowa Concrete Block Materials Co. " OLDEST AND LARGEST IN CENTRAL IOWA " I I 820 S. W. 9th I I Des Moines 1 I I I Lyle McNabb J I WELCOMES YOU TO I | j Terrace Cafe I SHOPS BUILDING Eighth and Walnut I I Every Meal Like Sunday On The Farm Nothing Does It Like 7 -Up l ff f 7 - UP IOWA CO. CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1957 GRADUATES From HOME OIL COMPANY WASHING • GREASING OIL CHANGING I I I I I I I I I I Two Locations 107 E. 6th Ph. CH 3-6456 1313 E. 1st Ph. CH 3-9243 I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I CONGRATULATIONS 1957 GRADS Crivaro Insurance Agency 326 S. W. Virginia Ave. Phone AT 2-7719 -78- Best Wishes To The June 1957 Senior Class UNITED BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. EVERYTHING IN BUILDING MATERIALS — ! i i 1 I I I 934 6th Ave. Ph. CH 4-3245 Congratulations To The Graduation Class Of 1957 Two Registered Pharmacists On Duty At Your Service At Ail Times PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED Biologicals — Sick Room Supplies Complete Baby Department SEMBOWER PHARMACY S. W. Third Army Posfr Rood AT 2-6708 I I j CONGRATULATIONS SENIOR CLASS OF I I I JUNE 1957 CONNIE LEWS Graziano Bros. R-F SPAGHETTI MACARONI All Types of Imported Foods CHEESES— HOT SAUSAGES— VEAL 5660 Fleur Drive Ph. AT 8-4048 7:30 A.M. to 7:30 P.M. Sundays 9:00 to 12 Noon 1601 S.Union I CH 4-7103 j CONGRATULATIONS Marshall ' s Cities Service Claude Sylvia ' s ELBOW ROOM Washing Greasing Tires Batteries Accessories Light Tune-up Breakfast — Dinner — Lunches Pick Up A nd Delivery I S. W. 9th Thornton— Ph. CH 3-9966 I I I I I i ATTENTION JUNE GRADUATES Prepare for a position with a future at A.I.B. starting in June. Also special classes in shorthand and typing for students planning a college course. Write or call A.I.B. for a copy of " Careers Unlimited. " American Institute of Business 10th and Grand DES MOINES J 1217 Army Post Road I I Phone AT 8-9037 I I 1 I I l 1 I i I | I COMPLIMENTS OF I I I I I I I | Path tftfehue fatutf j EVERETT WESTFAHL, Prop. Phone CH 4-8166 S. W. 9th Park Avenue —80— S prina rrianiiants {( -ont.J champions in the jitterbug contest. The day ended with the seniors going downtown in their costumes for pizza. This was a perfect ending for a perfect day for the seniors. A roaring fire destroyed the heating plant and shops building at Lincoln High early Wednesday morning, April 9. Flames shot 50 - 100 feet into the air through the roof of the heating plant build- ing. Burning embers threatened a wide area in the vicinity. The night fireman at the school, James Riccio, discovered the fire. A piece of ceiling fell and hit Mr. Riccio on the head as he was working. He investigated and discovered the blaze starting on the floor above. Mr. Riccio, Mr. Don Koroch, the driver training instructor, and Mr. Fitzsimmons, the football coach drove out three school buses and the driver ' s training car from the basement garage before the flames reached them. The building is on the southwest corner of the Lincoln high grounds and faces Loomis Avenue. The roaring flames at- tracted spectators from a wide area on the south side. The red glare and flaming embers were visible from many parts of the city. Firemen smashed win- COMPLIMENTS OF McGOWAN ' S HOME AUTO STORE I I 3146 S. W. 9th Ph. AT 2-1531 SAM l BERNIES CONOCO SERVICE 1 l ! | S. W. 9th Virginia 1 AT 8-9175 i I I I PLEASING YOU — PLEASES US I i 1 I i Sam Caligiuri • Bernie Mihalovich I I I I DR. C. R. KNUTSON DENTIST I 3110 S. W. 9th Street I I I X-RAY SERVICE I I I Office Hours — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m I j Closed All Day Wednesday I I I PHONES: I Office CH 3-0885 Home CH 4-8786 I I I CONGRATULATIONS From 1 PARK AVENUE CLINIC CONGRATULATIONS SENIOR CLASS OF 1957 Frankel ' s " Now In Our 95th Year " | 3305 S. W. 9th Ph. CH 3-7625 612-616 Locust Street I I I I I I | FRAN ' S | I I Prescription Pharmacy Cunningham ' s Grocery 3801 S. W. 9th F. J. HORNBOSTEL, Prop. CHerry 3-4207 HOURS 8 a.m. to 9 p. Closed Sundays S. E. 1st Indianola I I DES MOINES, IOWA I I I I i I JOE ART —82- DICK ' S TEXACO SERVICE Greasing and Washing Tuneup and Brake Work • • • I S. W. 9th Rose Ph. CH 3-9444 I I I FRANKS FOOD MARKET 3202 S. W. 9th Street • • EVERYTHING IN FINE FOODS Open — 8:00 to 8:00 Week Days Closed Sundays F. E. SHELLEDY, Owner COMPLIMENTS OF: 3018 S. W. 9th St. 6204 S. W. 9th St. Plus 13 Other Convenient Locations In Des Moines • Tender Juicy MEATS • Farm Fresh PRODUCE • Famous Brand Groceries -8.3- CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1957 GRADUATES I r j From I I I I Grubb Washer I Sales Service In j 1 HOME APPLIANCES — TELEVISION I FURNITURE I j 3310 S. W. 9th Street Ph. CH 3-0526 I I Where You Always Get The Best Buy I I I I COOK ' S LAUNDRY WASH DRY — WET WASH Open 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily LLOYD COOK I I 3713 S.W. 9th Street Ph. AT 2-1316 I I E TELEPHONE AT 8-41 17 DES MOINES TOOL STAMPING CO. TOOLS — DIES — FIXTURES Complete Facilities For Stamping — Fabricating of Metals 5311 S.W. 9th Street DES MOINES, IOWA -84 Carina rtin iila ih (i ont.l dows in an annex connecting the heating plant building with the main part of the school. No school was held Thursday, April 10. Classes were re- sumed Friday morning, April 11. Classes were held in the auditorium, library, and cafeteria for the time being. Many students lost their wood shop projects which has cost them lots of time, effort, and money. The estimated damage was $300,000. Plans to build the most complete shops building in Des Moines are underway. The new shops building will be ready next January. " Mardi Gras " was the theme of the 1 2A informal dance held en Saturday, April 13 from 8:00 p.m. to 1 1 :00 p.m. in the boys gym. Terry Travis was chair- man of the informal dance committee. The 12A ' s and their guests danced to the music of the Col- legiates, a nine-piece band. Decorations for the dance were made under the direction of Sally Hay- don. They included a fountain with a crystal ball above it with fans and masks along the walls. Be- hind the band was a big mask. Little fans and WAK0NDA FOOD MART EVERYTHING IN FINE FOOD FOR THE HOME 4024 FLEUR DRIVE THE RAILSPLITTER PRINTED BY Garner Publishing Co. 615-17-19 Euclid Avenue DES MOINES 13, IOWA s I , — + i CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU, THE JUNE 1957 GRADUATING CLASS REDBIRD HATCHERY 1346 E. Court Ph. AM 6-8441 H. W. TRISSEL— R. C. MILLER ROBERT TRISSEL I I I I I I I I I I I i l i I I I I 1 I I I I I PIONEER JEWELERS OF IOWA Complete Selections of Graduation Rings and Gifts for Seniors Fine Watches by Omega, Hamilton Girard Perregaux, Elgin and Bulova Use Your Plumbs Charge Account Plumbs Jewelry Store Walnut at Sixth Des Moines Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. 95 UNIVERSITY AVE. Phone CH 3-6281 BLUE LINE STORAGE CO. FRANK BURNS SON Moving — Locally Long Distance I I ! I Agent-Member — ALLIED VAN LINES, Inc. World ' s Largest Mover I I i I I 226 Elm Street Ph. CH 4-8151 —86— Moon ' s Barber Shop BEST WISHES TO THE JUNE 1957 SENIOR CLASS 6108 S. W. 9th Street Congratulations June Graduates I ! F. KENNETH HUNT WRECKING I Industrial — Com mere iai — Residential I • BUILDING WRECKERS • STRUCTURES OF ANY KIND I • DISMANTLED ANYWHERE • FREE ESTIMATE I J INSURED — BONDED I I USED LUMBER — PLUMBING BUILDING MATERIALS I I Phone AT 2-0556 YARD — 5 E. Park Avenue I AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, OF DES MOINES S prina rrialilialilS IL ont.l masks were placed on the tables. The faculty mem- bers in charge were Miss Ahrens and Mr. Herm- enway. Lincoln ' s music department had their Annual Spring Music Festival on May 1 and 2 in the school auditorium under the direction of Mrs. B. Pearl Mapel. The senior chorus sang excerpts from the " Desert Song. " Several solos were sung, including one done by Pat Losh. Other acts were the boys quartette, the girls sextette sang " How Do 1 Love Thee, " the junior chorus, glee clubs, and the band under the direction of Mr. Heath. There were also several instrumental solos. " Spinsters Spree " was held May 4 in the boys gym. This was a novel idea planned by the Senior Student Council. It was the first dance at Lincoln in which the girls escourted the boys. BOATING— WATER SKIING — SWIMMING MARINE BEACH, INC. On Gray ' s Lake Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Every Day of Week BEST IN SWIMMING FINE SAND BEACH Good Food Sold At Our New Drive - In 1 1631 Fleur Dr. I Ph. AT 2-1939 Davey ' s Dinner Club ' We Specialize In Family Style Dinners I ! CHICKEN— STEAK— SEA FOODS Vies Tally -Ho 5601 Douglas— Ph. CR 7-2785 NEWLY REMODELED Air - Conditioned I I I { L. R. Davis • Edwin P. Johnson I I j 5215 N. 6rh Ave. Des Moines, Iowa I Phone CH 3-9600 Specializes In Charcoal Broiled Steaks — Chicken and Shrimp 86 1 I Compliments To The June 1957 Graduating Class Benton Development Company FOR Better Homes I Ph. BL 5-4442 I 74th Douglas GET YOUR CLASS RINGS and GRADUATION WATCHES at SNOW JEWELRY 3600 S. W. 9th St. Ph. AT 2-4715 Congratulations June 1957 Graduates NOAH ' S CLEANERS DRY CLEANERS — TAILORING DYEING Free Pickup and Delivery Dwight Noah, Prop. The Best Buy In Cleaning Is Quality S. W. 9th Leland AT 2-8210 DES MOINES, IOWA . — + m + FAMILY DINNERS, PARTIES SALES MEETINGS WE RENT Punch Bowls, Cups, Glasses, Children ' s Tables and Chairs, Banquet Tables and Folding Chairs, Chrome and Leather Furniture FREEMAN DECORATING COMPANY 1800 Keo Way Ph. CH 3-8657 FREE DELIVERY PICKUP -89- CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF JUNE 1957 NITTLER PLUMBING CO. Where Every Customer Becomes A Friend Call For Prompt Attention I I 916 Army Post Rd. Ph. CH 3-1675 I I I Crivaro Barber Shop 420 Elm Street West Des Moines, Iowa " Chuck " Crivaro CR 9-4781 I I I I WIMPY ' S STEAK HOUSE I I DISTINCTION IN DES MOINES I Delicious Steaks — Lobster Tails A Complete Menu Open Every Day Except Sunday 11 A. M. — 11 P. M. I PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE I I 1604 SOUTH UNION— PHONE CH 3-9817 i 1 I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JUNE 1957 GRADUATES FROM KERN APPLIANCES E. 14th University Ph. AM 6-5941 nrinn nrlalilicilits li ont.J CONGRATULATIONS FROM Lincoln played host to all the other high schools in the city, May 10, for the purpose of the Science Fair. All the Science departments participated. Margaret Plemone, Phyllis Benton, and Brenda Foust were chosen princesses from Lincoln for the Drake Relays parade. The Relays were held April 26 and 27. DR. E. L RAMSEY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN The senior class had its formal at the Val Air Ballroom on May 24. We all danced into the wee hours of the morning to the lovely music of Ralph Zarnow. There was gaiety, romance, and everyone had a wonderful time. 3620 S. W. 12th Ph. CH 3-6537 Ingham Hall of Sc A University in Your Home Town If you are planning on college why not visit Drake and talk over your college plans with a member of Drake ' s faculty. We are interested in your future — so take this opportunity to visit the campus. Nine Distinguished Colleges: Liberal Arts Business Administration Education Fine Arts Pharmacy Law Divinity Graduate Community DRAKE UNIVERSITY j Carpenter Student Residence i CONGRATULATIONS GRADS . . . I HERE ' S HOPING YOU GOT A . . . REMINGTON ROLLECTRIC for the shave of your life . . . and a lifetime of good shaves Remington Electric Shaver Div. SPERRY RAND CORP. 818 Locust Street CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957 Dilley Mfg. Company Don White Construction Company " NO JOB TOO BIG OR NO JOB TOO SMALL " ! 706 S. E. Pleasant View AT 8-6927 i 1 I I i I i Lincoln Heights I Borber Shop Manufacturers of: High Quality Younker Covers Attract-All " Albums " Modern Arts " Catalogue Covers Phone AM 6-6524 2703 E. Grand • Des Moines 17, Iowa THREE CHAIRS ERIC — TED — DICK SPECIALIZING IN FLATTOPS All Lincoln Grads Open 8-6 Tuesday thru Saturday CLOSED MONDAYS 3204! 2 S. W. 9th Street VALLEY BANK and TRUST CO. WALNUT AT FOURTH Where Every Customer Is Important Member F. D. I. C. MIGHTY ATOM Planning for the future, so that everyone can enjoy living better . . . Electrically, is the biggest job for Reddy Kilowatt and his helpers. They ' re getting ready for the day when atomic power becomes a reality by helping design an actual nuclear powered plant soon to be built in the Middle West. They ' re helping make the future bright . . . electrically. Iowa Power Light Co. DES MOINES, IOWA ri«! ' t_u_ _ ■»,.», : ' .: ' : .-, -t -c CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1957 CLASS Tonini Funeral Home 2135 S. W. 9th OLINDA Phone AT 2-7311 93 Looking for a job? Go To SELECTIVE EMPLOYMENT 708 Bankers Trust Building SELECTIVE EMPLOYMENT Phone CH 3-1921 [ 1 I j THE BEST TO I LINCOLN HIGH GRADUATES FROM THE BEST I I Des Moines Television I I MEMBER i Television Servicemen ' s Association J Iowa Appliance Dealers Association 4008 S. W. 9th I Ph. AT 8-1923 I I CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JUNE 1957 GRADS J. Paul Meier Sons Furniture Shoppe | 512-514 School St. Ph. CH 4-8214 j I I ! I COMPLETE BODY AND FENDER REPAIR FREE ESTIMATES K. F. BODY SHOP BOB KARNES, Proprietor 3009 S. W. 9th Street Phone AT 8-0563 -3 J I ' U i a rrlcj h lla lit 3 ont.J Our senior class banquet was held at Younkers on May 28. The lovely decorations were prepared by the banquet committee. The baccalaureate and parent tea took place in the Lincoln High Auditorium, on June 2, at 3:00 p.m. WILDEN HOSPITAL Class Day was held on June 4. Atter participating in a play and various talent acts, we received our class ribbons and roses. As 1 2A ' s we finally reached our goal. Commence- ment was held June 6 at 8:00 p.m. in the auditor- ium. Although we have some regrets in leaving Lincoln High, we know we will have many fine memories of cur past six years, and we feel that we are ready to face any responsibilities we may encounter in the future. 1347 Capitol Phone AM 6-5183 CREED OF The Build Lincoln Higher Club A Non-Profit, Non-Political, Non-Sectarian Organization With the growth and development of a more active South Des Moines Community, the B. L. H. Club, Inc., pledges its support to all community, church and school activities. Membership is open to any one interested in Lincoln High or the South Des Moines Community, or any graduate from Lincoln High, or any one 18 years of age. MEANING AND PURPOSE OF B. L. H. CLUB 1. To support the school in all educational programs and all extra curriculum. 2. To support all religious denominations. 3. To support the faculty in all their various activities. 4. To Build the South Des Moines Community to one of the best in the city. 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