Abraham Lincoln High School - Railsplitter Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)
- Class of 1960
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al}(e of eContents Page acuit 7 Senior C iaAd 13 Senior cjCi e 37 Org anizutiond 43 54 Sports 57 68 Wusic 71 77 81 J4i lifi lit5 S6 SUNTHO TEAO Suntho came to Lincoln as an exchange student from Phnom Penh, Cambodia. His stay was cut short because of an illness. Although Suntho quietly strolled about the halls of Lincoln, he added much dignity with his background, knowledge, thoughtfulness, and sin- cerity. Suntho ' s ambition is to be a civil engineer so he can serve his country in a much needed capacity. It is his hope to return to the States a second time to pursue technical studies. Since we did not have a chance to bid you good-bye Suntho, we are now saying that farewell. We hope that you return to our country some- day. In the meantime we pray that every blessing will be yours. 1960 Senior Class - 6 — DONALD BLACKMAN Vice Principal KATHLEEN SHIFFER Registrar HELEN HOLT Libra rian — 9 — 1960 Bill Hendfrson Larry Hoffman Richard Hoskins Alice M. Holmes Edward Kern — 10 — PAT JENNINGS LOIS INHOI F Attendance Clerk Steno-Clerk OFULK STAFF — Front Row, Left to Right: Judy Cowie, Liiid i Wilkerson, Sondra Robbins, Phyllis liaimon. Back How, Left to Rifrht : Joyce Stefani. Margaret Yanasak, Vicky Silney, Karen Schwab, Joy Makers, Helen Holton, Dixie Shoemaker. — 12- Senior C ic ass PETER CARRA and I ' KXXY HARTMAX — 13 — add vyj l uerd I960 JERRY HASSEL Treasurer — 14 — Ladell Ann Abild . . . Sinffins: in tne All-State Hiprh School Chorus prove ! to be Ladell ' s bifrKest thrill. This pretty j irl with the sparkling personality, has been in Madrigal homeroom for two years and in senior chorus four years. La- dell claims that much of her time is si ent in trying to sing and losing car keys. She was in student council one year. Ladell, an honor roll stu- dent, was also a candidate for the Forei ' n Student Exchange Program. " Pete, " Judy, Linda and Marilyn are just a few of this girl ' s many friends, while swimming, horseback riding and ice skating are a few of her many hobbies. Ambition : To live uj) to the starid- ;n l- fh:i ' those I love set for me. Stephen Dale Alber . . . A sharp looking young man with light brown hair, blue eyes and a friendly personality describes Steve. This nice lad came to Lincoln from Army Post in seventh grade. Steve claims that eating and sleeping are his talents and hobbies. Swimming seems to be his only hobby. Outside of school Steve is an active member of DeMoIay. A few of the many pals Steve can be seen with include Dick, Roger, Al and Jack. Steve says his favorite subjects are mathe- matics and journalism while Miss Davison and Mr. Sanders rate high on his list of teachers. He claims graduation will be his biggest thrill. Ambition: To climb the stairway of success without falling. Sharon Kay Anderson . . . This charming brunette came to Lin- coln in the tenth grade from Nathan Weeks. Sharon reveals that swim- ming, bowling an l dancing are just a few of her many hobbies. She say.s that her favorite subject is journalism while her favorite teach- ers are Mr. Sanders and Mr. Hemen- way. She says her talents are well hidden although she has been an ac- tive member in the girl ' s glee club. Sharon says her biggest thrill is in the future. A few of Sharon ' s many friends are Jim, Sharon, Jeanne, Di- ane. Paula and Pearl. Ambition : To make my parents and Jim proud of me. Ronald D. Armbrest . . . This long, lean, carefree lad is known to almost everyone as " Ron. " He has been a top notch monitor in IIH and 12A and has done much to improve the halls during those two semesters. Ron pals around with Ron. Dale, Lanny, Bud and John. If you hear someone saying, " Cool, " you ' ll know Ron is around. He is usually busy model building or drawing. Ron claims his one talent is talking on the telephone and his favorite teach- er is Miss Scanlan. His biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To become a draftsman. Dennis Gary Arnold . . . If a deep bass voice is heard singing or giving out a yell like some wild bird, you are sure Denny is around. Denny has been a great credit to Lincoln for he has been in many ac- tivities. He participated in basket- ball and track and has received two letters in basketball and one in track and was co-captain of the basketball team. Denny ' s hobbies seem to be swimming and ice skating while his talents are sports and music. He ' s really in the music for he has been in music homeroom for three years. Madrigal three years, chorus three years, and glee club three years. He has also been on student council and received the rare honor of singing with 1000 voices in the All-State Chorus. Den- ny may be seen with Bob, Ralph, and Jo. Ambition : Graduate from college, live a good Christian life and be a success in whatever I do. I.arry Richard Baker . . . Larry is a friendly fellow with a wonderful personality and can usual- ly be seen with Bob, Clancy or Ed- wina. He has been out for football and also received a letter in this sport. Larry has many hobbies but Ixjwling seems to take up most of his free time. His biggest thrill will be graduating from high schtKil. He claims that all of his talents are well hidden. Larry has served his school well by being on student coun- cil two semesters while in senior high. He has also been a hall moni- tor. Ambition: To graduate from Drake and make that certain someone proud of me. Joyce Ann Barnard . . . Joyce is a rather shy and quiet young lady who says she has had loads of fun at Lincoln, Before, dur- ing and after school, Joyce can be seen with Roy, Carolyn, Sherry and Kay. a few of this girls many friends. Joyce claims her biggest thrill will be graduation. She also says her talents are well hidden but she enjoys doing about everything. Miss Ealy is ranked by Joyce as be- ing her favorite teacher while her favorite subject is typing. Ambition: To graduate and make my parents proud of me. Mary Jo Bates . . . Finding fault with a good steak and hitting reverse when trying to put a car in second gear, are only a few of this girl ' s talents. Mary Jo has kept busy in her senior year by be- ing organization editor of the Senior Rail and maintaining a 2 grade aver- age. She has also served on student council two semesters. Mr. Sanders rates high as her favorite teacher while Mary Jo ' s most embarrassing moment seems to have taken place at the fair last year with Marv. Mary Jo can be seen with Marv, Dian. Radine and Dixie. She claims her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To have all of my plans fulfille l ; always be happy and make a certain person proud of me. Joyce Lee Beattie . . . An attractive blond lass, full of fun and sparkle describes none other than Joyce. Joyce claims that her talents seem to be hidden. She en- joys horseback riding, skating and having fun. She says her favorite teachers are Mr. Sanders and Mr. Wood. Joyce states that graduation will be her biggest thrill. She has many friends but she can be seen most of the time with Mary, Rosie, Carolyn and Diane. Ambition: To go to Alaska with Mary and the rest of the girls. Robert Jay Beck . . . There ' s never a dull moment when " Bob " is around. Although he is always making people laugh, under- neath he is a very sincere person. Bob. with his athletic ability, has earned three letters in basketball, two in football and three in track. He was co-captain of the basketball team and made all-city varsity. Bob al.so played the leading role in the school play " Seventeenth Summer, " was a candidate for homecoming king, was a member of service home- room 117 for four semesters and served on student council for four .semesters. His biggest thrills were being elected V.P. of student council and taking second place in the two mile relay team at the Drake Re- lays. Bob is seen with Eileen, Den- ny, Bliz, Bill and Jerry. Ambition: To be a happy, successful and industrious man. — 15 — Cecilia Ann Bell . . . Donna, Kay, Sharon, Donna and Betty are amonj? Cecilia ' s many friends. This sweet srirl came to Lin- coln in September of 195M from Yalita Hijfh. El Paso, Texas, where she belonged to the Latin Club for two years and pep s(iuad for one year. Since Cecilia has been here, she has served Lincoln well by beinK active in the Future Nurses Club and as a monitor. At the top of Cecilia ' s list of hobbies are swim- ming and bowlin ?. She claims living in Japan for two and a half years was her most interesting and biggest thrill. Ambition: To become a medical technologist. Angelo M. Bellizzi . . . " Sonny ' s " an outstanding athlete that can best be described as tall, dark an l handsome. He has partici- pated in basketball, track and base- ball. For his athletic abilities he has received two letters in football, two letters in basketball, one letter in track and one letter in baseball. Sonny says his talents are many and varied. He was an active member of service homeroom 117 and he says sports are his hobby. Graz, Bob and Denny are just a few of the many friends you can see around the halls with Sonny. This 1.5 student has ha l the honor of being nominate! to attend West Point. Sonny says this nomination was his biggest thrill. Ambition: To graduate from college aiifl to be successful. Richard J. Berkenbosch . . . A cheerful smile and a frien lly word marks the wonderful personality of this boy. Dick ' s hobbies are many but bowling, water skiing, and driv- ing around rates tops on his list. Making mistakes in bookkeeping seems to be this boy ' s chief talent. " Berk " is also active in church work and was elected Treasurer of Fort Des Moines Methodist Youth Fellowship. Dick has many friends, but can be seen most of the time with Leonard Sims and Mike Riley. He says his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be happy in whatever I do. Margaret Louise Bierma . . . This sparkling girl can be described very well by one word, sweetness. Her close friends Phil, Carol, Penny, Carolyn, Susie and the rest of the gang know her as " Peggy. " It seems Peggy ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Her hobb.es are going to tr..ck meets (Why? I and riding around with Penny while her talent seems to be saying the wrong thing at the right time. Peggy has served Lincoln very well by being a member of student council for three semesters. Peggy has had a lot of experiences in chemistry and rates it favorite on her list of subjects and Mr. Stone tops on her list of teachers. Ambition : To be happy and suc- cessful in life. Donna Frances Brayton . . . Playing the bass clarinet for four years in our band has kept this girl busy. " Donnie, " as she is known to all her friends, has served Lincoln well by belonging to the Future Nurses Club, Leaders Club and Ju- nior Achievement. In junior high she served on student council for two semesters. Donna says her favorite teacher is Miss Holmes and her favorite subject is history. In school Donna can be seen with Cecilia, Donna, Sharon and Betty. Donna claims her greatest thrill will Yte graduation. Swimming, bowling ancl cooking are among Donna ' s many hobbies while playing the clarin is one of her talents. Ambition: To J e a success in whjit ever I do. Judith Lee Brown . . . Judy is a girl who is full of pep and always ready to have fun. She has been in girl ' s glee club for five semesters and was a faithful mem- ber of Leaders Club. Judy claims that she hasn ' t discovered any of her talents yet. Bowling and having fun are just a few of Judy ' s hob- bies. Outside of school Judy be- longe l to Junior Achievement where she was at one time secretary of her company. Judy can be seen with Marie. Karen, Sharon, Angie, Sandy an l Jeanne. Ambition : To make a wonderful wife to some certain one. William Earl Burress . . . " Bill " is one of Lincoln ' s top ath- letes with a warm i)ersonality that draws many friends around him. This young man has gone out for football and track, receiving one letter in football and two mono- grams in track. Bill ' s hobbies are all sports, while he says his biggest thrill was being able to participate in athletics. In the journalism de- partment this lad was chosen sports editor of the newspai)er. Bill also found time to be a faithful member of service homeroom for two years. He says he has no special talents but outside of schtKjl he was given honorable mention for the All-State Football Squad. If you see Art (iuile, Hon (larlock or Len Thomas around the halls you ' ll probably find Bill close by. Ambition: To always be happy and successful and take a long trip with some of the boys. Peter James Carra . . . This boy seems to have many talents, but passing all his classes is tops on his list. " Pete " was chosen ad- vertising manager of the Senior Rail. His hobbies include bowling, fish- ing and making money. He claims his biggest thrill will be graduation. Pete has many friends but can be seen most of the time with Ron Weddel, Ron Moyle. and Russell Cib- bel. After graduation he plans to join the Air Force for four years, after which he wants to travel and see the fifty states. Ambition: " To have the cleanest and fastest car in Des Moines. Betty Ann Carlson . . . Betty is a very friendly girl who has served her school well. She came to Lincoln in eleventh grade from Clarion, Iowa. She says that writing to pen pals and music are just two of her many hobbies, while her talents include playing the piano and talking. A few of Betty ' s many friends are Donna Brayton, Cecilia Bell. Donna Smith, Sharon Fisher and Linda (Joodlaxson. She claims that her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To always try my best and be myself. Patricia Ann Carter . . . " Pat, " as she is known to all. is a sparkling young girl with j)retty blue eyes. She came to Lincoln from St. Joseph Academy in the eleventh grade. Pat is a busy girl around sch M)l with Mermaids, Leaders Club and as a member of Miss Moroney ' s homemaking staff. In her busy day, Pat finds time for her many hobbies which include swimming, skating, horseback riding and sewing. She can usually be seen with Judy N. and any of her other friends who happen to be going her way. Pat .says her biggest thrill will be gradu- ation. Ambition: To live a rich and happy life. — 16- Sharon Faye Carter . . . This pretty blond came to Lincoln from Norwalk where she participated in glee club, basketball, softball. prolf and also served as a majorette, Sharon can be seen with Nancy, Diane. Pat, Karen, Janette and Kay. Her hobbies are dancing and eatin r and she says her bijjfKest thrill will be to prraduate. She claims her tal- ents are hidden. Homemakin is her favorite subject and Miss Moroney is her favorite teacher. Ambition: To become a beauty opera- tor and make my parents proud of me. David W. Caskey . . . " Dave, " as he is known to all his friends, enjoys all sports and has been out for football and basketball. He has also appeared in five school plays. He says his talents are well hidden and claims his most em- barrassing moment occurred after a homecoming dance in a restaurant when he discovered he had no money. During his passing periods, lunch hour and after school Dave can be seen with Danny. John and Denny. He claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To get a good job and take a six months vacation twice a year. Larry Earl Cheer.s . . . Larry, very nice and rather quiet, came to Lincoln fiom Norwalk in his junior year. Larry has many inter- ests but the shops seem to keep him the busiest. A favorite pastime of this young man is working on cars and his favorite subject is auto mechanics. Russell Gibbel, Everett Lawrence and Doug (iraham are a few of Larry ' s many friends. Eat- ing and fixing motors are just two of this lad ' s many talents, while hunting is his favorite hobby. In the future Larry hopes to find his biggest thrill. Ambition : To become an auto me- chanic and travel. Sharon Lee Chiodo . . . Sharon is a lively girl with pretty black hair. Sharon came to Lincoln from Nathan Weeks. She has many friends which include Jeanne N.. Judy B., Karen H., Marie N. and tharon A. Sharon ' s hobbies are dancing, bowling and skating. She served on Student Council for one semester in senior high. She is also a member of Junior Achievement and Achievers Association. Sharon claims her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be a success in what- ever I do in my life. Linda Kay Chrisinffer . . . This winsome blue-eyed blond has been a real credit to Lincoln. Linda has been a member of the honor roll with a 1.5 average, a member of senior chorus for 8 years and has been busy in journalism by being sketch editor of the Senior Rail. She has also been a member of Leaders Club, hospitality and usher commit- tee, and Future Nurses. Getting to the refrigerator before Sondra, bowl- ing and swimming are her hobbies while trying to win an argument with a certain someone is her talent. Outside of school Linda is active in J. A. and Rainbow. She can be found with Sondra, Sue. Deanna, Carol, Betty and " Buzz. " Linda claims her biggest thrill will be attending col- lege. Ambition: To climb the stairway of success without slipping. Rosemary Williams Brown hair, brown eyes with a smile for everyone she meets, describes R xsemary. " Rosie, " as she is known to her closest friends which include Jake. Bert. Janet. Polly. Phil. Pearl and Diane, came from Nathan Weeks in tenth grade. She claims her fa- vorite teacher is Mr. Wood, while Spanish is her favorite subject. Out- side of schtK)!, bowling, roller skat- ing and C. Y. O. has kept this girl very busy. Rosie says she spends her full time with Jake while she claims her biggest thrill is in the future. Ambition: To be a beautician and make my parents and a certain someone proud of me. Jacklyn Lee Clark . . . " Jackie. " a loyal student of Lincoln, has been here since seventh grade. Her many friends include Dick, Joan. Hop. Judy and Don. She is quite a golfer and has received one letter in that sport. She also loves to bfiwi and sew, her favorite hob- bies. She belongs to Rainbow. Y-Teen and at school was a member of Leaders Club. She was feature col- umnist on the Railsplitter and held the same position on the Greenhorn staff. Jackie served on the 12B committee for the 12A tea and her biggest thrill will come in the fu- ture. Ambition : To be loved by one and liked by all. James Lee Cleveland . . . One of Lincoln ' s top swimmers and a very friendly young man describes Jim. He has served Lincoln by be- ing on the swimming and tennis teams, earning three letters in swim- ming and one letter in tennis. Jim has been on student council for four semesters and was elected jiresi- dent of the senior council. He says his hobbies are hunting, camping and water skiing. Outside of school, the Y.M.C.A. and the Flying Hoofs Club keep Jim busy. He can be seen with Bob S.. George S., Larry. Jim F., and L. T. Jim says his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To graduate from college and live a happy life. Gary Ronald Coe . . . This tall, slender red head has a friendly, warm personality and a wonderful smile that is familiar to all. Gary says a few of his many hobbies include golf, bowling, hunt- ing and fishing. This nice fellow has been a real credit to A.L.H.S. as he has faithfully served as a hall monitor and also served on student council for one semester. He was in the school play, " Behind This Mask " and was a member of service home- room 26. (lary says the only talents he posseses is the ability to play golf and bowl. John, Bernie and Carl are just three of this boy ' s many friends. It seems that Gary ' s biggest thrill lies somewhere in the future. Ambition : To have a happy and suc- cessful life and make my special people proud of me. Wayne Dennis Cole . . . This active boy has been a member of service homeroom since tenth grade and has participated in both football and wrestling. Wayne has also been a member of the senior chorus and boys ' glee club, where his singing talent was put to good use. Outside of school Wayne belongs to DeMolay and C.Y.F. He claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Among Wayne ' s many friends he can be seen with, are Carole. Larry and Albert. Ambition: To be hai py and success- ful. — 17 — Katherine Royleen Collins . . . A pretty little brunette with snappy brown eyes and a smile that attracts all, describes Koyleen. " Roy, " as she is known to her friends. Carolyn. Joyce, Kay, Sharon and Mary, has kept herself very busy with swim- ming. Roy came to Lincoln from Sacred Heart School in Sioux City, where she was an active member of the chorus. She also belonged to the jfirl ' s tennis team and was a top srirl on the bowlinjr team. Outside of school, Royleen was a member of Junior Achievement. Graduatins: from A.L.H.S. will prove to be this jrirl ' s biggest thrill. Ambition: To be a successful social worker. Nancy i ynn Copic . . . Nancy is an attractive little lass with pretty sparkling eyes and a bright smile. Joss, Browning, Statler, Brad- ley and Scag are just a few of the many friends Nancy can be seen with. It seems that this girl ' s big- gest thrill is yet to come. Nancy says that three of her favorite hob- bies are water skiing, boating and Bill and she claims her talents are water skiing and boating. Ambition : To make my loved ones proud of me, especially Bill. Janis Marie Crandall . . . Janis is a lively little girl with a sweet smile. Her talents center around the art department as Janis was a member of Dorian Art Club. The home economics staff has been fortunate to have Janis as a member. Her hobbles are skating, drawing and sewing. She claims that painting and drawing are her only talents. Miss Moroney and Mr. Hoffman rate tops on her list of teachers. Karen, Mar- garet, Beverly and Linda are just a few of her many friends. Ambition: To be the first in my family to graduate. Richard William Croll . . . " Dick " is a good looking boy who can be seen most of the time with Roger, Albert, Steve and Chuck. He has been out for wrestling and says his hobby is painting. Dick ' s biggest thrills are having week ends away from school. In senior high, Dick has been in Dorian Art Club and a member of art service homeroom for two years. He has received recogni- tion for honors in the Scholastic Art Contest and designed the Senior Rail cover. This active young man has also served on student council two years. Dick claims art and shops are his only talents and his favorite teachers are Mr. Hoffman and Miss Scanlan. Ambition: To attend colle re and vret a good job. Ronald Eugene Crouse . . . A nice fellow with snappy black eyes and a smile that is a pleasure to see, describes " Ron. " This young man ' s main interest has been cen- tere l around room l. ' i9, Mr. Hoff- man ' s art class. Ronald was hon- oretl by being president of applie i art club. His hobbies are horseback riding, swimming and sleeping. While walking to his favorite class, which is art, Ron can usually be seen with Jeanette, Janet, Barbara, Norman and John. He claims his talents are learning the theatre business. " My biggest thrill is yet to come, " stated Ronnie. Ambition: To make my parents and Jeanette proud of me. Roberta Ann Cuevas . . , This cute girl claims that dancing, riding around, listening to music and collecting baby alligators are just a few of her many hobbies. She is also a member of St. Anthony ' s Catholic Youth Organization. Mr. Wood rated high as her favorite teacher and typ- ing is her best liked subject. Rober- ta ' s favorite song seems to be " You ' ve (Jot What It Takes. " She can be seen with Rosie, Paulette, Di- ane, Pearl. Janet and the rest of the gang. (Jraduation will be Roberta ' s biggest thrill. Ambition: To live in California and be successful in whatever I do. Sandra Louise De Leon . . . " Sandy " is a sweet girl who has a kind word for all of her fellow stu- dents. She claims her biggest thrill was coming to Lincoln in tenth grade. Sandy has been a credit to Lincoln with her outstanding talent in music. She is a member of con- cert, marching and pit band. This musically inclined girl was also a member of senior chorus and girls glee club. Sandy was greatly hon- ored to be chosen to play in the All- City Band. This honor roll student has served on student council one semester. Her hobbies are skating, swimming and riding around with Angi, Karen and the rest of the gang. Playing the Oboe and g etting stuck in the snow seems to be this girl ' s talent. Ambition : To be the best long-dis- tance operator Bell Telephone ever had. Diane Elizabeth Devin . . . An attractive brunette, a pretty smile and a j)ersonality that is tops, de- scribes Diane. This intelligent girl was honored when she received a 98 I)ercent on merit scholarship tests. Diane was a member of the English seminar and the journalism lepart- ment chose her to be editor of the newspaper. Diane has many hobbies but the only one she cared to mention was bowling. " My one and only talent seems to be getting stuck in the snow, " she stated. Diane has been vice-president and secretary on the library staff and has served on student council two semesters, ( ' hristy. Norma, Darlene, Janet, Car- ole and Eileen are a few of Diane ' s friencls. Outside of school this busy lass found time to belong to J. A. and 4-H. Ambition : To do whatever I do suc- cessfully. Margaret Kathryn Devine . . . This attractive girl with big brown eyes is better known to everyone as " Kay. " She can be seen with Sand , Carolyn and Bill. Kay was a mem- ber of secretarial staff and held the office of president of this staff. She also served on student council, one year in junior high and one year in senior high. Kay is an active mem- ber of Junior Achievement. She claims that her talents are well hid- den and one of her many hobbies is bowling. Her most embarrassing moment was a sunburn she got last summer. Kay ' s biggest thrill will be trraduation. Ambition: To go to college and make those I love proud of me. Sharon Kay Downard . . . A charming girl with a sparkling personality and a friend of all, de- scribes Sharon. Among the many friends she can be seen with are Joyce, Paula, Sharon and Linda. Sharon enjoys skating, dancing and driving, but she claims her talents have not been found as yet. This in- telligent gill was honored to be on the twelfth grade honor roll. The student council was also fortunate to have Sharon serve for one semes- ter. She is an active member of teen club. Sharon says her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To live a full and happy life ;i!ni m;ik« ' everybody prou ! of mv. — 18- Bill Lee Dray . . . This nice younjf man came to Lin- coln from Kahota. Missouri in his senior year. Hill, an athlete, went out for basketball, baseball an l track, receiving a letter i n each sport. The student council has been fortunate to have this lad .serve for one semes- ter. Hill can usually be seen with Pat Hrunnen or Jim P ' ienbevK. U seems his hobbies and talents all lie in the field of sports, all sports. Hill has served on the et together com- mittee. His biKsrest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To join the Air Force as u career. Dominic Joseph EIUh . . . " Mickey, " as he is known to all h!s friends, is a friendly lad who al- ways has a nice word for everyone. This witty fellow has many hobbies but hunting and fishinjr rate tops on his list. " Mick " has served Lincoln well by beinp: a hall monitor two semesters and he was chosen to serve on the baccalaureate com- mittee for the January 12A cla.ss. John S., Chuck C, and Jerry H. are just a few of the friends Mick can be seen with. Heint? late to class seems to be this lad ' s special talent while he claims graduation will be his bisTK st thrill. Ambition: To make my parents ]»roud of me. Sharon Kay Erickson . . . Becoming a candidate for home- coming queen and beinjf chosen a cheerleader, were the bijCKest thrills for this sweet lass. Sharon has been a cheeileader for two years and re- ceived two lettei ' s for it. She has also been a member of the tfolf team for three years and receiver! a letter for it. Her hobbies include swimminfT, dancinj?. skatintf and bowling. She also belonj ed to Future Nurses, Latin Club, homemakinK staff and student council. She is usually seen with Penny. Andy. Mary, Clif, Caria, Nan, Carol, Shar- on, Carolyn, Julie and Peprjfy. Her main talents seem to be sayinj? the wrontf things at the right time and jfetting Clif mad at her. Ambition : To see my brother become a great doctor and Clif become a successful commercial artist. Carol Ann Evans ... A pretty young lady with light brown hair and a pleasing smile de- scribes Carol. She has been a mem- ber of Future Nurses Club where she held the offices of secretary and president and also she served on nurse ' s staff. She was a member of Leaders Club, and student council has been fortunate to have Carol serve for two semesters. Carol in- sists that her talents are all hidden but states that her hobbies are ten- nis and talking on the phone. Out- side of sch(K)l Carol has represente l Lincoln well by being a member of Younkers Teen Board. Norma, Eileen, Linda, Darlene, Diane, Sandy and Bev are a few of Carol ' s numerous friends. Ambition: To continue my education and be happy and successful in all that I attempt. Dian Kelly Evans . . . A lively little lass with sparkling eyes and a personality that is tops describes Dian. This athletic girl has received two letters in golf and she says her biggest thrill was placing in the city golf tournament and get- ting a hole in one. Mary Jo, Ray- dine, Deanna, Sandy. Janet, Carole and Norma are just a few of the many friends Dian can be seen with. Golf, bowling, sewing and writing are a few of her hobbies, while be- ing sick and throwing gutter balls are her talents. This busy gal has been an active member of I eader ' s Club. Outside of school Dian was honored by being KlOA ' s high school disc jockey. Ambition: To attend college and al- ways be happy. m James Leslie Feinberg ... This daik haired lad came to Lin- coln fr(jm Detr oit in September 1959. Jim is always joking and always ready with a frientlly " hello. " While here at Lincoln, Jim has been on the basketball oeam and belongs to Jun- ior H ' ner Hrith. Jim says his hobby is playing all sports. He can be seen in the halls of Lincoln with Bob. Jim and (leorge. He says his talent is saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. Jim says his big- gest thrill will be graduating from A.L.H.S. Ambition : To become a successful lawyer. Therese Marie Felice . . . Therese is a pretty dark haired girl with a charming smile. " Cookie. " as she is known to all her friends, has been a loyal Lincolner since eleventh grade when she came here from St. Joseph ' s Academy. This busy girl holds membership in the C.Y.O. and her hobbies include howling, baby- sitting and eating. Talking and writ- ing letters to Konnie are two of her talents. Ronnie, Mike. Toni and Connie are just a few of Cookie ' s friends. She states, " My biggest thrill is yet to come. " Ambition : To be a beautician and to make my parents and a certain someone proud of me. ( ' arole Joy Feyen ... Brown hair, blue eyes with a lively personality describes Carole or bet- ter known by her friends as " Buns. " This busy gal has been in Dorian Art Club for five years and was also president one semester. She has re- ceived a Scholastic Art Award and has been in art homeroom four years and has also served on art and gym staff. Carole claims her biggest tal- ent is getting in trouble and her biggest thrill is yet to come. Where there is swimming, bowling, dancing and parties, you will find Carole. Her most embarrassing moment was when she went babysitting and a certain someone got there before she did. She can usually be seen with Jim, Sharon, Diane, Mary, Bert, Janice and Donna. Ambition: To gain a new name without changing my initials. Sandra Lee Fisher . . . " Sandy " is a charming girl that ' s always laughing, full of pep and a ball to be around. Bowling and rid- ing around with the gang in her " 47 " seems to be Sandy ' s hobby. She has l een a loyal student of L.H.S. by serving on office staff and being a member of Leaders Club. Sandy ' s talents include talking, eating, get- ting people mad at her and work- ing hard at the Telephone Company. She has also served on student coun- cil two semesters. Sandy claims that Miss Ealy and Mr. Wt ods rate tops as her favorite teachers. It seems her biggest thrill is yet to come. This winsome lass can usually be seen with Bev, Nancy, Sharon, Joan and the rest of the gang. Ambition: To make my family proud of me and to some day have a job like my sister. Sharon Sue Fisher . . . This friendly young lady says her talents are playing the clarinet and spilling acid in chemistry class. Serving Lincoln well, Sharon has been in band and pit band for seven semesters. Future Nurses, Leaders Club and Junior Achievement are a few of the many clubs that include Sharon as a member. Fi.shing, camp- ing, horseback riding and swimming are the favorite hobbies that Sharon enjoys. She had the unusual e.xperi- ence of going to New York with the C.A.P. drill team. This honor roll student says that her biggest thrill is somewhere in the future. Ambition: To graduate from college and enjoy life. — 19- Dougrlan (irant Fryman . . . This tall slender youriK man with a warm, friendly personality has been a real credit to his school. The stu- dent council has been fortunate to have Dour serve for one semester. Danny, Jim, Dennis, Georpre and Bob are just a few of the many friends this boy can be seen with. Douk was out for basketball for one year and he says swimming and eatinjf are his only hobbies. He says his one and only talent is eating- " My biRf est thrill is yet to come " stated Dour. Ambition: To s:o to Iowa State Uni- versity and be a success. Toni Fucaloro . . . This fun loving ffirl can usually be seen around the halls of Lincoln and outside of school with Cookie Felice and Connie Rivera. Toni claims that her one and only talent is talking. She has been a faithful member of the Catholic Youth Or anization for several years. Howling: and eatinK seem to rate high on this attractive firirl ' s list of hobbies while Toni claims that her biprfirest thrill is yet to come. Toni came to us in 9th Krade from Nathan Weeks. Ambition: To be a beautician and make my parents proud of me. Ronald Dennis Carlock . . . Indian relics and jfeolofiry are two hobbies that take up most of Ron ' s spare time. This industrious boy has served Lincoln by participating in football and wrestlinj?, receiving one letter in football. Ron can be heard sayintf, " That ain ' t bad " as he walks around the halls with Harold, L.T., Art, Hill and Ron. He claims his pet peeve is naprprinp: prirls. Ron states that his biKtrest thrill is yet to come and his talents are too many to men- tion. Ambition : To be happv and success- ful. Darlyne Lois (ierst . . . Darlyne has appeared in three school plays, " Seventeenth Summer, " " Be- hind This Mask. " and the spring 1960 play. This nice girl can usually be seen with Paul, Helen and Linda just a few of her many friends. Darlyne claims she has too many talents to mention, while swimming is just one of this girl ' s many hob- bies. This busy gal belongs to Lead- ers Club and she has faithfully served on gym staff. Outside of school, Darlyne is an active member of Junior Achievement. She says that her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To make my loved ones proud of me. Russell Gibbel . . . This nice, rather quiet young man always has a friendly " hello " for everyone he meets. Russell has par- ticipated in baseball but it seems this lad ' s hobbies are cars, art and sleeping, while he admits he has a slight talent in the field of art. Mr. Hoffman tops the list of teachers for Russell while art proves to be his favorite subject. " My biggest thrill is yet to come, " stated Ru.ssell. Larry Cheers, Pete Carra and Ron- nie Moyle are just a few of the many friends this nice boy can be seen with. Ambition : To become rich and go to some state that has a warm climate year around. (iary Robert Gillman . . . A rather shy and quiet boy with a pleasant personality describes Gary. Richard, Moose, Gary, Danny and Pete aie just a few of the many friends claimed by Gary. He says his biggest thrill is yet to come, while he states that he has many hobbies but the ones he enjoys the most are hunting, fishing and play- ing p(H)l. Gary has many talents, but his favorite is playing the saxo- phone. Ambition: Get rich quick and re- tire at the age of twenty-five. Robert Eugene Glessner . . . Wherever this young man appears, he brightens the atmosphere with his beaming smile. With his smile and friendly personality. Gene has been able to w i n many friends among them we find Ronnie M.. Pete C, Bob M., Ronnie W. and the rest of the gang. Sports have fouiid (lene very active, especially in base- ball and basketball. He has received one letter in baseball. He has also served as a monitor and has been a gym leader for two semesters. He says his biggest thrill is yet to come and his hobbies are fishing, playing checkers and collecting knives. Ambition: To go to Florida after graduation. Linda Lou Goodlaxson . . . Wherever you see Sharon, Betty and Kay you ' ll find Linda. This active lass has been in two of Lincoln ' s plays, " Seventeenth Summer " and " Letters to Lucerne. " She has broad- cast on KDPS, the public school ra- dio station, for two years. Linda has been a faithful member of Future Nurses Club, Latin Club and Y.F.C. She is also a member of nurses staff. Going to Washington D. C. last win- ter was her biggest thrill. Among her many hobbies, Linda rates bowl- ing an l swimming as her favorites. Ambition: To be a very good nurse and make all my loved ones prourl of me. Douglas Edward (iraham . . . Tall, with light brown hair, plus a pleasing personality describes " Doug. " He has .served on student council for four semesters and is a familiar person around the drama i- )om and has proven to be very help- ful. Acting isn ' t the only taJent Doug possesses as he also enjoys playing the " Uke. " When Doug isn ' t busy with his hobbies of collecting coins, playing tennis or basketball, you may find him with Suntho. Harold. Jim and Terry. Doug has lettered twice in tennis and was twice elected captain of the tennis team. Some of the many honors he has received are belonging to All-City Student Council, representative to Kiwanis, precepter and treasurer of DeMolay, plus winning Snyder Speech Con- test in Evanston, Illinois. Ambition: To become a veterinarian. Deanna Marie Graves . . . Deanna is an attractive little blond with a sparkling personality that makes her a ball to be with. Deanna has been a majorette for A.L.H.S. three years and she belonged to the Blue Angel ' s Majorette Club where she received a medal for fii st place in the state. Deanna has received one letter in tennis and has served on gym staff six semesters. A few of her many friends are Bob, Sue, Son lra, Linda and the rest of the gang. The journalism department was fortunate to have Deanna as the make-ui) editor of the Senior Railsplitter. " Danny " has served on student council two semesters and has been a member of Mermaids and F ' .T.A. Deanna claims her biggest thrill was receiving her ring from Bob. Ambition: To be a successful hair stylist and make my parents and Bob proud of me. Diana Kae (iraves . . . A smilinjf face and sweet i)ersonality describes Diana. Makinsr the honor roll proved to he very thrillinp: for this studious little Kirl. Studyini? doesn ' t take up all of her time, she takes an active interest in French Club and Future Teachers. Outside of school she displays her sin inK ability in the church choir. She also enjoys ice skatinpr, roller skating, bowlins: and reading the classics. Norma, Carole, Linda, Darlene and Eilene rate high on her list of frienils. Wherever you see them you ' ll be sure to find Diana. Ambition: To be as well loved ns ;i teacher as Miss Scanlan. Albert Henry Graziano . " Al " can best be described as tall, dark and handsome. This young man has participated in football and track. He has many hobbies but his favorites ai " «e swimming, waterskiing and ice skating. Service homeroom 117 has been fortunate to have this lad as an active member for three semesters. Al says his talents are many. This busy lad has served on student council for tv o semesters. Mr. Stone rates high on his list of favorite teachers, while chemistry is his favorite subject. Angelo Hellizzi. Roger Stover, Denny Kirkman and Richard Croll are a few of his clos- est friends. Ambition: To graduate from college. Joan Kaye (ireen . . . Working on the Kailsplitter as fea- ture columnist has taken up much of this active girl ' s time. She has been involved in many activities at Lincoln including Y-Teens and co- columnist on the (Greenhorn staff. She is also a member of Rainbow and enjoys bowling and swimming. Joan can be seen with Hop, Jackie. Dick. Judy, Pam and Barb. She claims her pet i)eeve is " deadlines, " and her favorite slave driver is Mr. Sanders. Joan says her talents are deeply hidden. " My biggest thrill is yet to come, " states Joan. Ambition: To have happiness always, love eternal, high aims and a sincere heart. Pearl Marie (ireen . . . Talking in study hall seems to be Pearl ' s greatest talent. You -will us- ually see this little blonde wherever you .see Dianne, Phil, Janet, Polly, Rosie, Hert and Sharon. Swimming, skating and bowling are her favor- ite hobbies and she claims her big- gest thrill is yet to come. She names Miss Kaly and Mr. Sanders as her favorite teachers and journalism as her favorite subject. Ambition: To aim high, reach far un l make my parents proud of me. Daniel D. Grindle . . . " Danny " as he is known to almost everyone, is quite a sports fan. He has participated in both swimming and baseball. When Danny isn ' t busy with classwork, he enjoys fishing and hunting, a few of his many hob- bies. Danny says his only talent is ))laying the clarinet which has proved to be quite an asset to the band. He is also an active and faithful member of DeMolay. Doug, Richard. Dennis and Rollie are just a few of his many friends. Ambition: To have my own flying service. Paul Karl Groth . . . A rather shy and cjuiet fellow de- scribes Paul. Although he has been kept very busy with school work, he has found some extra time to spend skating and swimming, his two favorite hobbies. He can usually be seen around the halls before and after school with Dominic and Dick, to mention only two of his many friends. Paul has served his school well by being in boys glee club. His talents seem to be playing the violin and singing. Outside of school Paul is active in the church league. Ambition: To live a good secure and happy life. Arthur Guile. Jr. . . . An (iutstanding athlete with a warm personality describes Arthur, better known to all his friends as " Art. " Helping to win the homecoming game proved to be Art ' s biggest thrill. He was chosen for the all city second team and honorable mention on the all-state squad. Art has re- ceived two letters in track and two letters in football and was chosen captain of the Lincoln 1959 foot- ball squad. Art claims that his tal- ents are hidden, but his hobbies are swimming, sports of all kinds and working on cars. Art can be seen with Bill B., Ron G., L. T., and the rest of the gang. Ambition : " To graduate from high school and take a long trip with Bill Burress. Harold Kent Haines . . . " Rattlesnake " can be seen around the halls of Lincoln with L. T., Dick, Doug and Ron. He has been out for football, wrestling and tennis. Since Harold came to Lincoln from Army Post, he has been a monitor and he served on junior and senior council for two semesters. Outside of school, Harold belongs to DeMolay. He has many hobbies which include, swim- ming, bowling, dancing and sliding. He says his only talent is playing his guitar at parties. Pizza rates high on his list of good foods. Har- old ' s biggest thrill was getting his 1955 Ford convertible. Ambition : To succeed in whatever I do. Karen Darlene Hammer ... Karen claims her biggest thrill will be visiting Carolyn in Los Angeles. Her talent seems to be drawing, for which she has been honored with a gold achievement key as a winner in the 1959 Scholastic Art Awards program. Karen has taken an active part in Dorian Art Club and Crafts Club. She has also served the home- making department well by serving on the staff. Karen has many hob- bies including dancing, skating and bowling. She can usually be seen around the halls with Lil, Bob, Janis, Ruby, Sharon. Maggie, Teresa, Judy and Kay. Ambition: To graduate from art school and make certain people very happy. Sharon Kay Harper . . . Always friendly and usually busy talking are words to describe Shar- on. She is a former member of Y- Teen ' s. Some of her many hobbies include bowling, dancing and par- ties. Sharon says Mr. Woods is tops on her list of teachers, while law is her favorite subject. When you hear " No lie " or " I can ' t stand it, " you can be sure Sharon is around. She says her talents are too nu- merous to mention. Sharon claims that although many things have happened to her, her biggest thrill is yet to come. Sharon can usually be found with Roberta, Carole, Di- ane, Janice, Donna, Mary and Sandy. Ambition: To find my place in life and enrich the world with happiness. — 21 — Penelope Ann Hartman . . . Full of pep, always lauKhiriK and more fun than a barrel of monkeys, could describe no one else but Penny. " Penny ' or " Hartman, " as her friends call her, is usually seen with PefiTKy, Carol, Carolyn, Sharon, Julie, Sharon, Susie and the rest of the K UK. Penny has been very ac- tive in dramatics playin f the lead in " Seventeenth Summer " and she was also in " Letters to Lucerne. " She has also been on student council. Penny says she has the talent of doinK the wronjf thiriK at the wronj? time and her pet peeve is poor driv- ers. She claims her hobbies are swimming, sleeping, eating, build- ing the 11th grade float and driv- ing. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To be a success in what- ever I do and to look back in the past with no regrets. Eileen Annette Hassebrock . . . Secretary of student council, mem- l er of Madrigal. 1.5 grade average throughout high school, Latin Club and senior chorus three years are just a few of the activities in which this ambitious lass has participated. During this whirl of activities, Eileen can be seen with Carole, Dar- lene. Norma and Hob. She has also gone out for golf in which she has lettered once. She was in music homeroom for two years and secre- tary of the Latin Club. Outside of school, Eileen was a member of All- State Chorus, a delegate to Hawk- eye Girls State and moderator of her youth fellowship. Eileen ' s hob- bies are sewing, oil painting, piano and golf. Ambition: To be a good friend and to live a useful life. Jerry H. Hassel " Soggy " is usually found around the swimming pool with Thomas. Silverthorne, Cleveland, Thompson. Morris and the rest of the tankers. Jerry has been manager of the swimming team for two years and has received one letter in that sport. His hobby is i)hotography while he claims his only talents are being late for home room and spending his money. Jerry ' s favorite subjects are journalism and bookkeeping. His greatest thrill will be gradua- tion. His pet peeve is nagging girls. Ambition: To have many friends and bo liked by all. Kenneth Heck . . . This tall, slender and rather quiet young man has been a real credit to Lincoln. Kenneth says reading is just one of his hobbies while he says his biggest thrill is yet to come. This in- telligent lad was honored by receiving a certificate of merit from the Na- tional Merit Scholarship. Kenneth claims his favorite past time is play- ing the piano. The chess club has been fortunate to have Kenneth as an active member. He has also faithfully served on the class day committee. Dominic Leo is just one of the many friends Kenneth can be seen with. Ambition : To have a liberal educa- tion. Karen Lee Hellstern . . . " Karie " as she is known to Angie, Sandy, Sharon, Judy, Marie, Jeanne and Sharon, a few of her many friends ; came to Lincoln from Na- than Weeks in tenth grade. Karen has been out for tennis and was selected to be in honor study hall. Outside of school Karen has been a faithful member of Junior Achieve- ment for three years and has served as sales manager for one year. In school Karen belongs to Senior Y- Teen. In her spare time Karen may be found either skating or dancing. Mr. WckhI and Mr. Sanders are her favorite teachers while her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To find my place in life and make my loved ones proud of me. Mary Kay Hess . . . Mary is a very sweet lass with a gentle smile and she has been a loyal student of Lincoln. Mary says she has many hobbies but the two favorites that keep her busy, are cooking and sewing. She states that her talents are well hidden. Patty, Carolyn V., Donna F., Shirley H. and Fied are just a few of the many friends Mary can be seen with. It seems that Mary ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To make my loved ones iifotid ' if me. Richard Merlin Higdon . . . Receiving a letter of commendation for his National Merit Scholarshij» Test, is one of the many outstand- ing honors received by this boy. You will probably find this tall, attractive lad with Danny, Doug, Rollie and Steve to mention only a few of his many friends. Also, you are likely to see this honor student on the tennis court playing his favorite sport, working toward a monogram. Dick has been a member of student coun- cil for two semesters. He says his only hobby is building robots and his talent seems to be playing the French Horn in the band. Ambition: To go to college and get straight A ' s. Carolyn Hill . . . Carolyn is a busy young lady full of pep and loads of fun. This charm- ing girl can usually be seen with Anne, Sharon, Diane, Janet and Dixie. Carolyn claims her hobbies are swimming, canoeing, sewing and camping. Her one talent is having fun. This industrious girl has been honored by serving as co-chairman of the hospitality and usher com- mittee. She was also chairman of the Red Cross Committee and she has served in senior chorus. Carolyn has also found time to be a member of Mermaids, Senior Y-Teen, Junior Red Cross, Future Teachers and Leader ' s Club. Student council has been fortunate to have this girl in their organization for one year, ( ' arolyn has also served on Miss Anderson ' s staff. Ambition: To graduate from Iowa State University and always be hap))y. Sharon Kay Hill . . . Hlonde hair, blue eyes and a smiling personality describes none other than Sharon, known to her closest friends as " Sammie. " Sharon ' s , hob- bies are i)laying the i)iano, singing, ice skating and writing letters. She has received honors by being chosen to serve at the 12A tea in January and served as consul in Latin Club where she was an active member. This busy girl also held the office of president of nurse ' s staff. Sharon belonged to Y-Teens and Leaders Club. She says one of her talents is harmonizing with Sharon and the rest of her talents are well hidden. Some of Sharon ' s friends include Carolyn, Annie, Diane, Di.xie and Janet. Ambition : To become a nurse and make my loved ones proud of me. Betty Mae Hoffman . . . This sweet little girl came to Lincoln in tenth grade from Cincinnati, Ohio. There she was treasurer of her class and a member of the girl ' s Softball team. Hetty says her hob- bies are swimming, reading and dancing and that her talents are well hidden. The Hible Club is for- tunate to have Hetty as an active member. Sharon, Connie, Tony and Marie are just a few of her friends. Hetty .says her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To make my family proud of me and be successful. — 22 — Dianna Ellen Holmes . . . A real friendly girl with lorij; red hair and a fiery temper to match, describes Dianna. She can usually be seen around the halls with Pearl. Phyllis. Janet, Paulette, Rosie and Roberta. Dianna ' s favorite teachers are Mr. Wood and Mr. Sanders, while her favorite subjects are journalism and typing. Dianna says that a few of her many hobbies are swimming, skating and bowling. She was a member of Leaders Club where she was a loyal supporter for two semesters. Dianna says her one and only talent seems to be arriving late for class. Ambition: To climb the sunny ladder of success never looking back in the shadows and when I reach the top be able to say, " I was a suc- cess. " Helen Louise Holton . . . This active little girl has warm brown eyes, a sweet smile and a personality that is liked by all. Helen can usually be seen around the halls with Darlyn and Linda. This girl claims her one hobby is playing the piano. Helen has been very active in the music field as she was in Madrigal homeroom two years and served in senior chorus. Helen has worked in the lost and found department, sold supplies and Mr. Hlackman has been fortunate to have this busy Miss as an ef- ficient assistant. Helen has also been an active member of the of- fice staff. She claims her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To meet each day with new wisdom and understanding. Sharon Floydene Hull . . . A charming girl, full of pep with a friendly personality that is liked by all, describes Sharon. She says her talent is sticking her foot in her mouth. Being homecoming queen candidate and being a cheerleader for three years has proved to be Sharon ' s biggest thrills. This pretty lass has been captain of the cheer- leaders for two years and has re- ceived three monograms for her abili- ty. She was chosen by the journalism department to be co-sketch editor of the year book. She has faithfully served on the student council and was elected treasurer. The secre- tarial staff has also been fortunate to have Sharon as treasurer and vice-president of the club. A few of her many friends are Carolyn, Mary, Carol, Sharon, Julie and Andy. Ambition : To make all my loved ones i)roud of me and bring as much happiness into other ' s lives as I pos- sibly can. Andrea Elaine Huntsman . . . A sparkling girl with a warm per- sonality describes Andrea. " Angle " came to Lincoln from Nathan Weeks and can be seen around the halls with Sandy, Karen, Judy, Marie, Sharon and Jeanne. Her hobbies in- clude dancing and skating while she likes to rea l and listen to records. It seems that Angle ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Her favorite teacher is Mr. Ewers. She went out for tennis and has been a member of Leader ' s Club. Outside of school. Junior Achievement takes up a lot of Andrea ' s time but she can also be seen at all of Lincoln ' s games. Ambition : To lead a happy, reward- ing life. Terry Bob Hyatt ... This good looking lad came to Lin- coln High in eleventh grade from Grand Forks, North Dakota. " Terry Hob, " as he is known to all of his friends, claims his biggest thrill was diving in the Lakie of the Ozarks. Reing active in sports, he has re- ceived one letter in track and in North Dakota, Terry set an east- ern track record. He was also on the football team. Outside of school, he is a member of the Cru- saders and the Roadrunners. Terry Rob can usually be seen around Lin- coln halls with Germaine, Ronnie and Larry. Ambition: Drive for Standard Oil Co., in the Gulf of Mexico. .lanet Marie Irwin . . . Dark hair, dark eyes and a warm smile and personality describes none other than Janet. Janet has served Lincoln and the journalism class well. Janet was selected editor of the Senior Rail and feature editor of the Greenhorn. She was on student council four semesters, a member of Future Nurses, nurses staff and Westminster Fellowship. It was a big thrill for Janet to become edi- tor of the Senior Rail, but she be- lieves her biggest thrill is yet to come. Janet ' s hobby is lK wling while her talent is playing the piano. She pals around with Diane, Sandy, Dar- lene and Dixie. Janet was also treasurer and vice-moderator of Westminster Fellowship and ac- companist for the junior choir. Ambition : To become a good nurse and help as many people as possible. Larry Lee Jandrey . . . Gary Crees, Ron Berry and Tom McMahon are a few of Larry ' s many pals. This wonderful lad with the pleasing personality has served his school well. He has participated in ba.seball and has been honored with two monograms. Coming to Lincoln from Creston, Iowa, where he let- tered in freshman and sophomore baseball, proved to be quite a thrill for Larry. He has worked on the stage crew committee for two years. Hunting and fishing keep this boy very busy in his spare time. Larry claims that his biggest thrill is in the future. Ambition: To graduate from school and lead a healthy life. Marlene Catherine Joss . . . To graduate and enter nurses train- ing will be " Mars " biggest thrill. Usually giggling or laughing around the halls, Marlene may be seen with Nancy, Vic, Sandy, Carol, Barb and the rest of the gang. She keeps her- self very busy with ice skating, bowling and swimming but claims her talents are deeply hidden. Mars has been a loyal monitor for three semesters and has ahso been active in other fields such as Latin Club, nurses club, student council and Leaders Club. Outside of school, she received the honor of being an at- tendant in the May Crowning at Christ the King Church. Ambition: To go up the stairs of success without tripping. John McKay Kennelley . . . With his head in the swimming pool or under the hood of his car, brings to mind none other than John. John has been a faithful member of the swimming team, receiving one letter and of the baseball team receiving a letter for it. His hobbies are auto racing and working on cars while he says his talents seem to be few and far between. He is usually seen monitoring in the noon movie and walking around the halls with Jim. Bob, Larry, Harry and Jerry. John is a member of DeMolay and of the Central Iowa Foreign Car Associa- tion. He claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To be an automotive en- gineer. Linda Marie Kimberling . . . This friendly girl with the pleasant smile, has been a loyal student of A.L.H.S. Linda can usually be seen with Helen, Darlyne and Sandy L. She has served Lincoln by playing the clarinet in our concert, march- ing and pit bands and she has faith- fully served on secretarial staff for three semesters. She claims her big- gest thrill is yet to come. Linda says her one and only talent is playing the clarinet, while her hobbies in- clude reading and talking. She has also shown her scholastic ability by being on the honor roll. Outside of schm)l Linda is an active member of Junior Achievement. Ambition : To have only the things I deserve, make those I love happy. — 23 — Dennis R. Kirkman . . . " Denny, " as he is known to all his friends, is an active younj? man with a personality that is tops and a lively sense of humor. This young athlete has participated in basket- ball, football and track ; receivinsr one monogram in each sport. Denny says his only talents are eating and sleeping. This loyal student has served on the student council four semesters, while he also belonged to Y.M.C.A. and A.T.F.O. Graduat- ing from A.L.H.S. will be Denny ' s biggest thrill. " Firing on Belliz and Marturello are my only talents, " stated Denny. Sonny, Bob L,. Bob B., Gray, Jerry, Bill, Denny, Danny and Dave are a few of the many friends he can be seen with. Ambition : To become successful and have fun doing it. Clarence E. Kissell . . . Clarence is a handsome young man and can usually be seen around school with his many friends in- cluding Bob, Larry, Danny, Jim and Julie. He belongs to the DeMolay and one of his talents is being an excellent golfer. Clarence ' s hobbies are hunting, fishing and most out- door sports. " Clancy ' s " biggest thrill will be to graduate from college and his favorite teacher is Mr. Ander- son. Ambition: To make a million and retire before he is 45. Hazel Pearl Knolke . . . Hazel came to us from Norwalk High School where she sang in the girls glee club and served on the office staff. She has been one of our hall monitors here at Lincoln. She also plays the piano and has won the National Federation of Mu- sic Award for her accomiilishments in that field. Hazel has been very active in 4-H work and her greatest thrill was winning the Grand Champion and Showmanship Award for Brown Swiss in Warren County. Her hobbies are piano, 4-H, collect- ing salt and pepper shakers and, of course, boys ! Ambition : To be a dairy farmer. ( arul Karen Knudson . . . A pretty little blond with a nice smile for everyone, describes no one but Carol. Being with Jack, swim- ming, talking, bowling and eating are this girl ' s many hobbies. Carol has been a loyal member of A.L.H.S., she has served on office staff, she was a member of Leaders Club and F.T.A. has been fortunate to have this sweet miss as an active mem- ber. Carol was a candidate for Polio Queen of 1960, while she claims being " Best talker in study hall, " is her only talent. In journalism, Carol was co-glossy editor of the Senior Railsplitter. This busy lass has also served on student council one semester. Linda, Marlene, Sue, Sondra, Betty and Deanna are just a few of the many friends Carol can be seen with. Ambition : To be happy always and never have any regrets. Carolyn Louise Larson . . . Carolyn is a charming young lady that has made many friends and has been a credit to Lincoln. This active girl was on homemaking staff where she faithfully served as president and treasurer. She has received many honors ; she won fifth place in a national table setting contest and this proved to be her biggest thrill. Out- side of school Carolyn has been an active member of Rainbow Girls. A few of her many hobbies are sewing, cooking and playing the organ. Caro- lyn claims her only talent is play- ing the organ. Some of the many friends Carolyn can be seen with in- clude Joyce, Vicky, Marie and Sue. Ambition : To go to Simpson and be- come a teacher in home economics ; then travel the world with Bonnie. 1 f m 1 Iv John James Latimer . . . This friendly, nice looking boy has been a real credit to Lincoln. " Jim ' s " biggest thrill was making all-state chorus during his senior year. This busy lad was also named February boy of the month by the Kiwanis ( ' lub and has been a member of the DeMolay. Jim. a great athlete, has been out for basketball and tennis and he had the honor of receiving one monogram from each sport. Jim ' s hobby seems to be singing, but he also includes eating and sleeping. His talents are sports and music. The Madrigal homeroom has been fortu- nate to have Jim as a member for two years. He has been on student council for three semesters and held the office of chief justice. A few of his many friends are Terry, Denny and Ralph. Ambition: To major in music and go into it professionally. Everett Windel Lawrence . . . A tall fellow with a friendly smile an l a cheerful " Hi " for everyone, describes Everett. Bob, Martin and Doug Graham are just a few of the many friends this lad can be seen with. This young man probably holds the title of being the tallest boy at Lincoln as he stands 6 foot 7 inches. Everett has many hobbies, but his favorites which take up most of his time are guns and hunting. He is also very talented in the field of music. Everett says his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To own and operate a wildlife game reserve. Sandra Maxine Leeper . . . " Sandy " is an attractive little gal with a striking personality. Dancing, eating, bowling and going to parties are a few of this gal ' s many hobbies. She can be seen around the halls with Karen, Joan, Judi and Sharon. Sandy has been a loyal student of Lincoln by being a faithful member of Leaclers Club, she has been on the home economic ' s staff and Sandy has served on the student council for two years. This busy girl has also been on the honor roll in her senior year. Sandy says her one and only talent seems to be getting into trouble constantly. Sandy claims her biggest thrills were getting her con- tact lenses and graduation from Lin- coln. Ambition : To profit from my past mistakes and look toward the future with an open mind and a happy heart. Dominick John Leo . . . Sports have kept this energetic boy busy. The wrestling, track and cross country teams have found him to be iuite an asset. Dominick has also received two Scholastic Gold Keys for his art work. He has played in the band and the i)it band and served on student council for one semester. Outside of school he has been active in Junior Achievement. Dominick is an advanced achiever and has re- ceived junior executive awards and was named sales manager of the year for 1958 and 1959. This lad ' s hobbies are photography, woodwork- ing and attending auctions, while his talent is being a " Jack of All Trades. " Dominick can be seen with Kenneth Heck and the rest of the gang. Ambition: To get a well rounded edu- cation and be successful. Linda Marie Lewis . . . A brunette with big brown eyes and a radiant smile could describe no one but Linda. Dave, Sondra, Germaine, Betty, Linda, Carol, Deanna and Sue are just a few of the many friends Linda can be seen with. She claims her hobbies are swimming, bowling, tennis and horseback riding. People who think they are better than .some one else seems to be Linda ' s pet peeve. The journalism department has been fortunate to have this lass serve as advertising manager of the newspaper. Linda revealed that most of her talent lies in jumj)ing on the trampoline and sacking groceries. Future Nurses Club has had this girl as an active member for two years. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To live a worthwhile life and have many friends. 24 — Lynda Charlene hong . . . Painting and drawing are the favor- ite pastimes and talents of " Shortie. " The journalism department chose this pral as copy editor of the Greenhorn, later back pajfe editor, and also broadcastins: on KDPS. Lynda has had the rare honor of servintr on student council, for seven semesters, beinR in honor study hall and receiv- ing her F.N.C. pin and J. A. pin. Lynda has belonged to Future Nurs- es, Future Teachers, Leaders Club, Bible Club, and Junior Achievement. Her favorite teachers are Mr. Wood and Mr, Sanders while law and journalism are her favorite sub- ject ' s. When you see Darrell, Sue, Judy, Karen, or Jeanne you are bound to find Shortie who claims her bipTtfest thrill was receiving her ring. Ambition : To make everyone I love proud of me. Larry Ray Lovett . . . Larry is a great athlete that has been a real credit to Lincoln. He has been out for wrestling three years and has received three monograms for his athletic abilities. Larry has won the city and district champion- ship in wrestling three years in a row. Amateur radio, swimming, horses and chess are just a few of the many hobbies that keep this lad busy. " I want to will my wrestling luck to John Wand and I want my troubles to go to S(iueaky, " Larry stated. His talent seems to be saying the wrong thing at the right time. Jinx, Al, Denny, John and the " Menz " are just a few of his many friends. Ambition : To be the best at what- ever I choose to do. Lawrence Alan Luick . . . Swimming seems to be this " Red Head ' s " favorite sport and it keeps him very busy. ' Larry, " as he is known to his friends, J.C., Bob, (ieorge and Jim, has served his school well. Larry was a member of art service homeroom for one semester, he was an active member of the Dorian Art Club and he was also fortunate to serve on student council for two semesters. Larry claims his hobbies are swimming and art while his only talent is drawing. Larry says his biggest thrill was water skiing in 56 degree weather. Ambition: To graduate from college. Danny Maldonado . . . Whenever you hear, " You better be- lieve it, " or see Dave, John, Denny and the rest of the boys, you know that Danny is nearby. This good looking young man has been a hall monitor for two years. He says he hasn ' t any special hobbies. He just wants to have fun and also claims he has quite a list of hidden talents. Dan says commercial law is his favorite subject while Mr. Sanders, Mr. Woods and Mr. Hoskins rate high on his list of teachers. Danny ' s pet i)eeve seems to be sloppy hair piles. Ambition : To be a great success. Terry Ward Mansfield . . . A toi athlete at Lincoln, with looks and personality that charms all, de- scribes no one but Terry. He has re- ceived two monograms in tennis and two letters in basketball. Bob, Jim and Dennis are just a few of this fellow ' s many friends. Singing has been an important part of Terry ' s life and he is a member of the senior choir. Madrigal group, boy ' s glee club and he had the honor of singing in the All-State High School Choir. He has served his school well by being a member of student council and as a hall monitor. He holds the office of president in the French Club and this busy fellow has found time to belong to the Dorian Art Club. Terry claims that being a ballroom dancing instructor in his only talent, while his hobbies include dancing and all sports. Ambition : To strive to serve my community, country and God as a worthwhile citizen. Alfanzo Angeles Martinez . . . This friendly boy has been a real credit to Lincoln ' s wrestling team. He won first place in the city wrestling tournament at 120 pounds and has received three monograms for wrestling. " Al " also has partic- ipated in football and track while at Lincoln. His talent is wrestling and his hobbies are eating and dat- ing. Al has been a gym leader and a hall monitor. He can usually be seen with Larry, Charles C, John W., Wayne C, and the rest of the gang. He claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To find my place in life and make the best of it. John Masolini . . . It seems this active young man ' s greatest thrill has been receiving a two average in school. John always has a friendly smile for everyone he meets. He has been active in foot- ball and it is his favorite sport. John, when not working on school work, can usually be found working on his car. His favorite hobbies in- clude his car and watching television. Most of the June class is claimed by John to be his friends. Ambition: To join the Air Force after graduation. Elbert Lee Mason . . . This nice looking blonde lad with the friendly personality has been a loyal student of A.L.H.S. " Al " went out for golf and football. Guns, hunting and fishing ai ' e just a few of his many hobbies while his talents include i)laying the trumpet and target practice. Al has faithfully served on the 12 A class day com- mittee. Outside of school he belongs to the Rifle and Revolver Club and the Shark Club at the Y.M.C.A. Don, John and Max are just three of the many friends Al can be seen with. Ambition : To find a career as a navy officer. Mary Sue Mazza . . . A long black haired, attractive cheer- leader describes none other than Mary. She is usually singing or yell- ing. Yelling because she is a cheer- leader, of course. Mary was a cheer- leader in her senior year and received a letter. Other than this, Mary has been on secretarial staff. Madrigal and was in the All-State Chorus. She has also been on the honor roll and in music homeroom for three years. Mary was on student council one year and secretary of her home- room for 2 years. Although her hobby is cooking, her talents are singing and dancing. Mary is usual- ly seen around the halls with Sharon H.. Nan, Carol, Carolyn, Peggy and Sharon E. Ambition: To be a success in life. Judith Kay McFarland . . . An attractive little girl with pretty brown hair and a smile that is pleas- ing to all, describes Judith, better known to all her friends as " Judy. " Doug, Pam, Barb, Joyce and Joan are just a few of the many friends she can be seen with. This busy girl has been a loyal member of A.L.H.S. She has faithfully served on the secretarial staff and Judy was also chosen to be circulation manager of the school newspaper. Two of Judy ' s many hobbies are talking to Doug and dancing. She states that driving Doug ' s convertible is her only talent. It seems this girl ' s biggest thrill lies in the future. Ambition : To make my loved ones proud of me. 25 — Sandra McNally . . . An attractive little jfirl with a win- ninif smile describes Sandra, better known to all her friends as " Sandy. " This busy lass has received three letters in tennis, she belongs to Nurse ' s Club and she has been a faithful member of Leader ' s Club where she served on the staff. Sandy can be seen with Janet Irwin, Dar- lene Simmons, Norma Murchison. Diane Devin, Mary Mazza. Dian Evans and the rest of the KauK- She claims her biprRest thrill was «oix K to Rock Island for a vacation. The journalism department has been for- tunate to have this fine girl f )» ' their proof editor of the newspaper. Sandra has served three semesters on student council. Ambition: To become a nurse and make as many people happy as i)os- sible. Andrea Kay Miller . . . You hear music in the air? ' Andy " is sure to be around. This very tal- ented girl ' s hobbies and talents are playing the piano and baking. Music- ally inclined, she has been a member of senior chorus for three years. Madrigal three years, |)articipated in All-State Chorus and accompanies the senior chorus and glee clubs. Andy says her biggest thrill was singing with 1000 students in the All-State Chorus. Andy is not all music, she belongs to Latin Club, Future Teachers and homemaking staff, in which she was vice president of F.T.A. and secretary of Homemak- ing staff. Coming out of mu s i c homeroom, where she has been a member for three years, Andy can be seen with Karla, Sharon, Julie, Sharon. Karen and Cathy. Ambition: To live a happy, loving life with my family in the presence of (Jod. Joyce Ann Miller . . . Joyce has been a loyal Lincolner since she came here in seventh grade from Park Avenue School. This nice girl with short black hair and a sweet personality has been an active and faithful member of Leaders Club and Joyce was also out for tennis. She was chosen as a hall monitor. She can usually be seen with Judy N., Carolyn L., Kay N.. Sue S.. Sue M., and Lynda L. Skat- ing, swimming and painting are a few of Joyce ' s hobbies while she claims her only talent is sewing. Joyce says her greatest thrills were receiving her car and graduation. Ambition : To live a happy and suc- cessful life. Susan Jayne Milligan . . . This peppy blond came to Lincoln from Marshall High School in Min- neapolis. She attended Lincoln in tenth grade and returned in 12A to graduate with her class. While at- tending Marshall, she was student director of the senior class play, member of Hlue-Tri and the youth center. Her talents include twirling a baton and commuting between Minneapolis and Des Moines. Susie can be seen with Peggy, Penny, Caro- lyn, Carol, and Sharon. She has served on student council at Lincoln for one semester and was on the Red Cross committee. She was also a member of Leaders Club. Susie ' s biggest thrill was returning to A.L.H.S. to graduate. Ambition : To become either a home- making teacher or a beautician. Susan Jane Morey . . . " Sue " is a lively young lady who can be seen around Lincoln with Kay, Janice, Janet, Sharon, Lynda, Joyce and Madeline. Sue ' s hobbies are swimming, horseback riding and bowling. She al.so went out for ten- nis. Sue was honored by receiving a certificate when she was in crafts. This busy girl is in French Club where she holds the office of secre- tary. She claims her talents are yet to be discovered, while her biggest thrill is yet to come. When Sue lived in Indianola. she participated in the pep club. Y-Teens and she belonged to Future Homemakers of America. Ambition : To be hai py and have many friends. Edward L. Morgan . . . This lad is better known to his many friends as " Ed. " Auto mechanics and mechanical drawing rate high as Ed ' s favorite subjects while Mr. Ator is his favorite teacher. While at Lin- coln. Ed was a member of the swim- ming team for which he received one letter. He can be seen with Jim, John, John and (lary. Edward has " many hobbies but the two he enjoys most are cars and hunting. He says his biggest thrill is still in the future. Ambition: To get a better car. Ronald Arthur Moyle . . . A nice looking lad with a wonderful personality, a lot of fun to be with, describes none other than " Ronnie. " Much of Ron ' s time is spent bowl- ing, swimming and hunting. While in school, he faithfully served on the get together committee, one of this busy boy ' s many activities. Mr. Hoffman seems to be Ronnie ' s favor- ite teacher and art is his favorite subject. It seems Ron ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Russell, Pete, Ron- nie, Hob and Chuck are just a few of the many friends that Ronnie can be seen with. .Ambition : To live a happy and suc- cessful life and make those close to me i roud. Norma Jean Murchison . . . Norma can almost always be found wearing a smile or laughing out loud. Her hobbies are too numerous to mention and her only talent seems to be keeping her high grade average of 1.5. She says her biggest thrill was going to (Jermany as a foreign exchange student. She can be seen with Carole, Eileen. Darlene, Dian, Bev, Sandy, Sharon and the rest of the gang. Norma has served on stu- dent council for four semesters and as secretary in her 12A semester. Heing president and secretary of Future Nurses and co-chairman of Latin Club have kept her quite busy. Co-editor of the feature page is just another of her many jobs. Norma enjoys tennis and she has received one letter in this sport. Ambition : To be a gtK)d R.N. filling many lives with happiness each day. Maria Nadler . . . Marie ' s coming to the United States from Yugoslavia was her biggest thrill. While taking up various hpb- bies such as bowling, dancing and skating, Marie can be seen with Judy. Karen, Sharon. Anj, Sandy and Jeanne. Laying no claim as to being the greatest athlete, Marie plays tennis and does a fine job of it. Taking part in activities such as girls glee club for five semesters, belonging to Junior Achievement for a year and being a gym leader has kept Marie very busy. Marie has had two honors at Lincoln, being on the honor roll and being in honor study hall. Marie claims her talents are hidden. Ambition: To lead a happy and suc- cessful life. Jacqueline Collene Nelson . . . A bright smile and a friendly hello can be connected with Jackie. Al- ways making new friends but keep- ing the old ones, she can be seen with Judy, Pat, " S a m m i e , " " Chuckie, " and the rest of her crowd. Taking time out from friends she takes up hobbies of deep interest such as talking, eating and paying bills. Jackie claims no great talent but states a worthy one of keeping out of trouble. Keeping in school spirit she has served two semesters on student council. Jackie ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To travel then become a nurse and make all my loved ones proud of me. 26 — Kay Ann Nelson . . . This little jcirl came to us from Lincoln Hi h in Webster City. She was very active at Lincoln in the pep club of which she was secretary, the art club and also in the skat- ing club. In her junior year at Webster City she had perfect attend- ance, Kay ' s hobbies are roller skatinR and ice skating and she claims her talents are hidden. Although Kay is new at Lincoln, she has made many friends, a few of which are Sharon. Sue, Don, Joyce and Karen. Kay ' s bitfRfHt thrill was when she went with the pep club to Story City. Ambition : To make my parents proud of me and to be a model. Carolyn Ann Neuwerth . . . Usually with her mouth open, cheer- ing of course, her ears open listen- ing to other peoples troubles, de- scribes none other than one of Lin- coln ' s finest cheerleaders, Carolyn. Carolyn has been cheering for Ijin- coln for two years and has received two letters for it. She has also been out for tennis and received one let- ter in this sport. This is not the ex- tent of her contributions to Lincoln, she has been on gym staff for three years and Leaders Club. Carolyn can be seen strolling around the halls with Sharon H., Sharon E., Carol, Julie, Nannette, Mary, Penny ancl Peggy. Outside of school, Carolyn ' s time was occupied as a member of Younker ' s Teen Board and as a representative to Hawkeye (Jirls State in the summer of 1959. Ambition: To love and make a suc- cess of my life. Jeanne Newton . . . This cute girl can be seen with Sharon C, Larry, Sharon A., Karen, Judy, and the rest of the gang. Her hobbies include dancing, tennis, and bowling. Jeanne came to us from Weeks Junior High and since then she has been active in senior Y- teens secretarial staff, a glossy e li- tor of Senior Rail, and served two semesters on student council. Jeanne was also in honor study hall. Out- side of school she was in Junior Achievement and received her J. A. pin. She says all her talents are well hid len. Jeanne tells us her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To lead a full life and always be happy. Judy Ann Noble . . . With a wide collection of friends and room for more, Judy is seen with Don, Joyce, Pat, Jackie C, Jackie N., Sharon and Linda. Always find- ing something to do, Judy considers her favorite pastimes swimming, .skating, dancing and horseback rid- ing. Her many activities include, homemaking staff. Leaders Club and Mermaids, Judy says her talents lie in three fields, sewing, cooking and swimming. She also served as treasurer of homemaking staff. Grad- uating from high school will be her greatest thrill. Ambition: To make those dear to me proud of me. Phyllis Elaine Noble . . . A charming rather shy lass, with pretty brown hair, describes Phyllis, known to all of her friends as " Phil, " This sweet girl ' s favorite hobbies are ice skating and swim- ming. Phil says her talents are very well hidden. Mr. Wood tops her list of favorite teachers, while Spanish and typing are her best liked subjects. " Receiving my ring from Earl was my biggest thrill, " stated Phyllis. Paulette, Roberta, Rosemary, Diane, Pearl and Janet are just a few of her closest friends. Ambition : To make my loved ones proud of me. Betty Jane Ogden . . . An attractive brunette with pretty blue eyes and a friendly personality that makes her a ball to be with, describes none other than Betty. If you hear, " I don ' t care " or " That ' s the breaks, " you ' ll know that Betty is around. This active girl has many hobbies including golf, swimming, bowling, talking, eating and being with HfK)d. She has faithfully served on the student council one semester. Betty says her pet peeve is people who think they ' re better than some- one else. " Talking and chewing gum are my only talents, " says Betty. Outside of school she was a member of Rainbow. Carol, Sue, Linda, Son- dra, Deanna, (lermaine and Hood are just a few of Betty ' s many friends. Her biggest thrill lies some- where in the future. Ambition: To go to college and make all my special people proud of me. Sallee Ann O ' Keefe . . . Whenever you hear the expression, " All the time, " you ' ll be sure to find Sallee. This sweet gal has served Lincoln well. " Sal " belonged to French Club for one semester and she has broadcast on KDPS for radio and journalism. This busy girl claims her only talent is saying the wrong thing at the wrong time and among her many hobbies are bowling, swim- ming and dancing. She says her biggest thrill is yet to come and her many friends will agree with that. Also, she says her favorite class is radir) and her favorite teacher is Mr. Sanders. Sallee can be seen with Joan, Mona, Judy, Jo, Marie, Vicky and Carolyn. Ambition: To live a long and happy life and always do what is right. Ramona Ortega . . . This lively little girl, known as " Mona " to her friends, can usually be seen around school with Joan. Sallee, JoAnn and Vicky. Mona, who says that her talents are hidden, can generally be found bowling, playing tennis, swimming or dancing. She s«Mved on student council for one semester. Outside of school, she is an active member of LULAC, which stands for League of United Latin American Citizens, In this organiza- tion Mona was voted to be an at- tendant to the Queen of Lulac in September 1959, Mona says that art is her favorite subject and Mr. Hoff- man is her favorite teacher. Her big- gest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To become an interior decorator. Dennis Robert Ortlund . . . This friendly boy came to us from Franklin Junior High, He has been active in football, wrestling, and spring track. He received a mono- gram in football and one in wres- tling, Dennis belongs tt) the F,C,Y.F. church organization and claims his hobbies are stamp col- lecting and eating. His biggest thrill was watching the Rose Bowl Parade from Colorado Boulevard, Dennis ' talents include talking and wrestling, Dennis usually can be seen with Carl H, Nelson C, and the boys around Lincoln ' s halls. Ambition : To be successful in what- ever I do. Mary Margaret Overbeck . . . A sparkling personality with a laugh like no other, belongs to Mary. Act- ing has been one of the many talents Mary possesses. She played in " Sev- enteenth Summer, " " Letter to Lu- cerne, " and " Behind This Mask. " She is also a member of the Play- house Workshop and has done the art work on the Junior Achievement newspaper, was on gym staff and has served on student council for one semester. In student council she was committee chairman and was a Red Cross chairman. Her talents are music, art and drama. She be- longs to Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica, Dorian Art Club and Leaders Club. Mary can usually be seen with Joyce, Toot, Joan and Nancy. Mary says her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: " To go to Alaska with Joyce and the rest of the girls. 27 — Richard Earl Pagre . . . Dick can be seen with Lenard Sims and the rest of the boys. Hunting, swimming:, watchins: football an(i basketball are this fellow ' s favorite hobbies. Gettinf? his first car seems to be Dick ' s biggest thrill. He claims eating pizza and chicken are his only talents. Pro-Markman. Markman and Markman first class in the National Rifle Association was one of Dick ' s biggest honors. Ambition: To graduate from Lincoln. Carol Ann Parks . . . " A closed mouth ' ailui m. ini, is the philosophy of this cute bru- nette lass. Of course, she exercises this philosophy with her hobbies which are talking on the phone and swimming. Carol has been a real credit to Lincoln while cruising around the halls with Nan, Penny, Peg, Hull, Erickson, Julie and Caro- lyn. She has been a majorette, a member of Dorian Art Club, T.P.A.. C.V.A., and on art staff. Although this shy girl claims her talents are well and deeply hidden, we all know she has been blessed with the work of art in her blood. Carol has been in the art homeroom for two years and was also on the social commit- tee in student council. Carol ' s big- gest thrill will be graduating from college. Ambition: To come out ahead in life. Barbara Louise Parsons . . . Better known as " Beautiful Bar- bara, " she came to Lincoln from Nathan Weeks. She says her hob- bies are eating, dancing, bowling and sleeping. " Barb " claims her talents are pretty well hidden while her biggest thrill is yet to come. Among her many activities, she has graduated from American Institute of liusiness, i)articipated in the Open House Style Show and has .served on homemaking staff. She can usu- ally be seen with Pam, Judy and Joyce. Ambition: To make my mother happy and have fun. Sandra Mae Perry ... Sandra has been a straight one stu- dent all through school but has been very quiet about it. This sweet girl has been on secretarial staff for three semesters and was secretary- treasurer of this organization. San- dra was also a member of Horizon Club. Her talent seems to be help- ing out with a second grade Bluebird group. " Sandy ' s " biggest thrill is yet to come but she replies that it will be a big thrill this summer be- ing an apprentice-counselor for four weeks at camp. Everyone is Sandy ' s friend and her hobbies are sewing and handcrafts. Ambition: To be a good secretary. Richard Charles Plummer . . . " Dick " has worked very hard in all kinds of weather as manager of both the football and basketball teams and for his efforts he has received two letters. He has been further honored by being chosen manager of the stage crew. He has been on student council for one semester and he has faithfully served in service homeroom 26 for two years. Jim, John, and Sandy are only a few of his many friends. Hunting and fishing are his hobbies while he says his talents are well hidden. Dick claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To be a success and make my jiarents proud of me. Jerry Leslie Poison . . . This attractive boy is a member of homeroom 2fi and can be seen with many of his friends, including C. C, L. P., R. (;., (;. W., D. M. and L. W. Jerry ' s hobbies include hunting, gun collecting, swimming and fishing. He says his biggest thrill was going to Canada with his family. Jerry says his talents are sleeping, girls and baseball. Ambition: Graduate and make my family proud of me. Pamela Jane Porter . . . Long red hair, a smile for everyone an l lots of fun to be around, de- scribes " Pam. " An active member of homemaking staff, this cute gal claims her greatest honor while at Lincoln was participating in the Open House Style Show in the fall of 1959. Pam says her talents are hidden, but bowling, eating and sleep- ing are the hobbies that keep her busy. Her biggest thrill is yet to come and a few of Pam ' s many friends are Barb, Judy, Joyce and Joan. A member of Mr, Miller ' s homeroom, Pam says her favorite teachers are Miss Moroney and Mr. Wood and homemaking rates num- ber one as her favorite subject. Ambition: To make my loved ones proud of me. Gary Lee Ramsey . . . This active boy claims that being in chorus. Madrigal, glee club and on the honor roll throughout senior high are the biggest honors he re- ceived while at Lincoln. Out of school, (Jary ' s biggest honor was be- ing a delegate to Boy ' s State in the summer of 1959, He has been a real credit to Lincoln not only by serv- ing on student council three semes- ters, and being a member of music homeroom for three semesters but he was out for football, basketball and baseball. Gary belongs to De- Molay and says his hobbies are bowling, skating, and golf. He can be seen with Mick, Virg and Denny. Graduating from college will be his biggest thrill. Ambition: To make many friends an i always be successful. Douglas Raper . . . A g(M d l(K)king lad with a wonderful personality describes Doug. The Dor- ian Art Club and art staff are two of his many activities. He has re- ceived two gold key awards for his art work. Doug came to Lincoln from Nathan Weeks in tenth grade and has participated in football since coming to Lincoln, receiving one letter in football. He was also on the track team last semester. Doug ' s hobbies are bowling and dancing, while his talent is doing everything at the last minute. He can be seen with Chuck, Shade, Jerry and Son- lra. Ambition: To go to art school after graduation. Darlene (Veasman) Reeves . . . This active young lady came to Lin- coln from Indianola. She was really busy at St. Mary ' s where she was a student before attending Indianola. There she received two letters, three stripes and two pins for cheerlead- ing ; one letter and one stripe for basketball and one letter and three pins for softball. She also had the leading part in the 11 A i)lay. Dar- lene is active in her hobbies which include horseback riding, swimming and painting. Outside of school, be- sides her hobbies, Darlene was i)resi- lent of 4-H for four years and she held several other offices in this organization and belonged to C.Y.O. Darlene ' s talents seem to be dancing and dramatics. Ambition: To be a successful house- wife. 28 — Lillian Marie Richardson . . . Where you find a jiray personality and a laujfh. you ' ll find " Katie. " She can usually be seen with Diane, Pam, Barbara. Judy and Toot. Her favor- ite hobbies are dancin); and bowling. Katie has served Lincoln by beinp: on homemakinjr staff and a member of Leaders Club. She claims her talents are just bein talented, but she must have a talent in spelling as she re- ceived a National Spelling Merit. Katie ' s bi est thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To make special people proud of me. Connie Rivera . . . HeinK chosen (lueen of the L.IJ.L.A.C. seems to be Connie ' s biprKest thrill. She came to Lincoln from St. Joseph Academy in 11 H. Whenever you see Theresa, Toni, Mike and Betty you are likely to see Connie close by. Her many hobbies include dancing and eating while beinjj: a faithful member of the L.U.L.A.C. and C.Y.O. seems to take up quite a bit of her time. Connie ' s favorite teacher is Mr. Chatman while Spanish is her favor- ite subject. Ambition : To make my parents proud of me. Diane Louise Robbins . . . Diane is a lively Kirl, full of pep and a lot of fun to be around. Bowlinjf and dancinjf seem to take up a lot of this active girl ' s time, but she always seems to find time to i)al around with Katie, Paula, Sharon, Pearl and Dianna. Diane claims her only talent is doin» the ri»fht thinjf at the wronK time and her bi Jfest thrill will be graduation. Ambition : To be a success and make my loved ones proud of me. Sondra Jean Robbins . . . This i)retty jfirl with an attractive smile and personality can usually be seen with the Linda ' s, Sue, Deanna, Betty, Carol, Becky and Doupr. A.L.H.S. was very proud to have Sondra as the 1959 Homecoming Queen, which she states was her bi Kest thrill. She was circulation manager of the CIreenhorn news- paper and the Senior Kailsplitter. Writing letters to California and bowlinK are " Sonnie ' s " hobbies, while her talent is ettinpr in the bathtub before Linda. For two years this busy sral has been on office staff and has worked in the supply room. Future Teachers has been for- tunate to have this lass as a mem- ber, while outside of school Sondra belonjfs to Rainbow. Ambition : To look in the past with no reprrets and make all my special people proud of me. Paulette Marie Stamper . . . LonK red hair, si)arkling smile and a bubblinjr personality describes Paulette. " Polly, " as she is known to all her friends, served Lincoln in her senior year by beinK a member of the banquet committee. Her favorite pastime and hobbies are bowlinjf and keeping out of trouble. A few of her many friends include Rosie, Phil, Bert, Diane and Pearl. Outside of sch(K)l Paulette belongs to C.Y.O. She claims her biKgest thrill was re- ceiving her ring from Jim while her talents are well hidden. Her favor- ite subject is journalism and Mr. Sanders ranks at the top of her list of favorite teachers. Ambition : To have a happy and successful life and make my ce rtain someone proud of me. Linda Ann Roth . . . This peppy little girl can be seen jumping around Lincoln with Norma, Bev., Darlene and the rest of the gang. She has to jump because of the many activities in which she participates. Linda has been out for tennis three years for which she received a letter, a member of sec- retarial staff in which she was sec- retary-treasurer and vice-president, a loyal member of Leaders Club and on the .senior student council for one year. When she is not in school, Linda is very active in J. A. and has been for three years. She was sec- retary of her company and chair- man of the Trade Fair. Linda ' s chief talent seems to be saying the wrong thing at the right time. Ambition: To achieve success in whatever I attempt. Jo Anne Ruble . . . This busy girl has served Lincoln well by being a loyal member in good standing of the French Club for two semesters. Jo can usually be found bowling, playing tennis or driving. Wherever you see Sallee, Vic, Marie, Mona and many others you will find Jo. Among this lasses many talents, cooking tops them all. Jo likes many subjects but her favor- ite is history and her favorite teacher is Mi.ss Holmes. Jo Anne says gradu- ation from high school will be her biggest thrill. Ambition : To make my parents proud of me. Sharon Louise Russell . . . Going to Bible College next fall will be this nice girl ' s biggest thrill. She has served on student council for one semester, also she served three semesters as Bible Club ))resident. Sharon can be seen with Mary, Karen. Sally and Wilma. She claims her hobbies are bowling and eating while her talents are playing the organ and i)iano. Sharon is kept very busy belonging to Leaders Club, homemaking staff and Y.? C. She has received a craft award and a Noma spelling award. Ambition : To be a success in life and to live each day as unto the Lord. Carole Radine Ryan . . . Day or night you can find this lively girl in a whirl of activities. Working in journalism and being co-editor of the broadcasting staff are only a small part of Radine ' s daily routine. Along with being secretary of home- room 233, she is also member of Leaders Club, Future Nurses, Senior Y-Teens, Dorian Art Club and the tennis team. She has also served on student council for two semesters. Being a candidate for the sweetheart of DeMolay and being on " Truth or Consequences " are honors she has re- ceived out of school. Radine ' s hobbies are ice skating, swimming and horse back riding. While singing, piano and the clarinet are her many talents. Radine can usually be seen with Larry. Dian, Mary Jo and Bev. Ambition: " To live each day of my life prei)aring for God ' s promise of Eternity. Ruby Kay Baylor . . . This active girl can usually be found in Miss Moroney ' s room, that is when she has si)are time. Ruby has been in chorus for two years and girl ' s glee club one year. She was on homemaking staff and held the office of president of this staff. Her hob- bies seem to be serving teas and jewelry making. She has served cof- fee for the faculty and P.T.A. meet- ings since she came to Lincoln in eleventh grade. A few of Ruby ' s many friends are Karen. Joyce, Caro- lyn. Kay and Sandy. Ruby ' s talents are sewing and singing. She remarks that her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To be the first one in the family to graduate and to be- come a seamstress. Diane Kay Schoonover . . . A sparkling jfirl with loads of per- sonality describes none other than " Di. " Diane is a former member of Mermaids and has been a faithful member of girl ' s jflee club four se- mesters. Whenever you hear " swinj?- in " or " where ' s the party " you can be sure Diane ' s around. Some of her many hobbies are swimming, dancing, skating and parties. Di claims her biRRest talent is jrettins: in trouble while her bipfKest thrill will be jfradu- atinR with the t ranK- On Diane ' s teacher list, Mr. Woods rates tops. She can be seen with Carole, Sandy, Sharon, Donna, Mary, Hert and Janice. Ambition : To make my parents proud of me. Karen Jean Schwab . . . Karen is a prirl with much enthusi- asm. Spreading this enthusiasm around, she belonprs to Leaders Club, Future Teachers, and office staff. She has also been in Junior Achieve- ment, ffirl ' s Klee club, and senior chorus. Around Lincoln ' s halls, Karen pals with Sandy. Sharon. Judy and Joan. Her hobbies, horses, bowlinR, eating and her talents, play- ing the piano and violin take up much of Karen ' s spare time, that is, what spare time she has. Her big- gest thrill will be oinK to T.C. next fall. Ambition : To own a lar e stable and be the only teacher in Des Moines who comes to school by horse and huggy. Norman Howard Scott . . . " Smokey, " as most of his friends call him, can usually be seen ice skating or bowlins:. Smokey hails from home- room 238 and claims his biRgest thrill is yet to come. This red haired boy finds that one of his talents is try- ing to sell and his favorite pastime is writing poems and attending to " Pinky, " his car. He can usually be seen with Mike, John and anyone else who is brave enough. Ambition: To be unique and retire at the age of 21. Julie Ann Serrill . . . Listening to people ' s troubles seems to be Julie ' s talent and wearing con- tacts her hobby. Julie runs around with Carol, Sharon, Carolyn, Sharon. Peggy, Penny and Andy. She is al- ways willing to help not only her closest friends but anyone who needs a friend. Julie has served Lincoln well by being on library staff six semesters, senior choir six semes- ters, and student council two semes- ters. She has been president of homeroom, chosen to serve on hos- pitality and usher committee, and was on honor roll six semesters. Julie has had the rare honor of being a candidate for American Field Serv- ice Summer Exchange student. Julie ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To always be happy and make others happy. Anne Louise Sever . . . This cute little girl comes to us from Park Avenue. " Annie " can be seen with Sharon, Mary, Sammy, Carolyn, and Hill. Besides being a cheerleader in junior and senior high and letter- ing in it, she also i)layed sophomore tennis. Her hobbies include swim- ming, waterskiing and bowling. Anne belongs to French Club, senior choir. Mermaids and Leaders Club. She has been vice president of French Club, secretary and vice president of home- room, two semesters on student coun- cil and was on gym staff and a swim leader. Her talents are making a scrapbook for a certain someone and getting into embarrassing predica- ments with Sharon V. and Bill. An- nie ' s favorite teacher is Mr. Stone. Ambition: To go to LS.U., have lots of friends, and make my parents proud of me. Dennis Handley Shaffer . . . This blue eyed lad can usually be seen with Steve, Roger and Bernie. " Denny " came to Lincoln from Park Avenue and since then he has let- tered once in football and twice in track. Denny has also been a hall monitor for two semesters and cov- ered swimming and track in the school newspaper. Dennis says his hobbies are bowling and shooting pool, but his talents are well hidden. He says Mr. Chatman is his favorite teacher and history is his best liked subject. Dennis says his biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition : To go to college. Joan Elizabeth Shebeck . . . This attractive girl has been a real credit to Lincoln in many ways. She has appeared in two plays, " Letters to Lucerne " and " Seventeenth Sum- mer, " has been on the tennis team where she received a letter and placed second in the doubles tournament at Birdland. Joan has been on the stu- dent council three semesters and president of her homeroom. You can always find this gal in a whirl of activities such as Latin Club, Dorian Art Club, Future Teachers and presi- dent of the Leaders Club. Joan claims tennis, reading, chess, swimming and parties are her hobbies. She can be seen with Mary, Joyce, Donna, Rosie and the rest of the gang. Ambition: Achieve my goal and be best at it. (ieorge Ray Shepherd . . . Always busy and happy and usually wearing a warm smile for all is " Geo. " Keeping up his 2 average and his hobbies such as swimming, water skiing, collecting money and eating proves; to be (luite a job, but he always manages to find time for his close friends. Bob, Jim, Larry, and Jim. Taking an active part in various activities both in and out of school, " (ileo " was caj)tain of his gym class, he served four semesters on student council, and also was president of his homeroom. Outside of school " (Jeo " is active in De- Molay and is president of his J. A. company, " deo " claims to be a great unknown poet, with untold talent. His biggest thrill will be graduating from high school. Ambition: To have a good time all the time and to be a great success. Robert Elwood Silverthorne . . . Day or night you can always find this sharp fellow in a whirl of ac- tivities. Sportswise, Bob is active in swimming, tennis and football. He has received three letters in s im- ming and one in tennis. Outside of school. Bob is active in the Red Triangle Club and the Mokowaian Indian Lore Club of which he is chief. Bob ' s main interest include camping, Indian lore, hunting, canoeing, swimming, waterskiing and girls. Bob was a member of the Future Teachers of America, a member of service homeroom for two years and chosen captain of the swimming team. Bob can usually be seen with Jim C, L. T., Larry L., Ceorge and Jim F. Ambition: Live, love and be loved. Darlene Joan Simmons . . . A friendly smile and a friendly hello is a clue to this gal ' s personality. Darlene presents this smile to every- one but mostly to her close friends Eileen, Diane, Norma, Christy, Suzie, Carol, Janet and the rest of the gang. She has served Lincoln by be- ing a member of library staff. Nurses Club, Leaders Club, student council, senior chorus and was out for tennis. She has also held offices in library staff. Leaders Club and homeroom. Darlene was highlights editor of the Senior Rail. Outside of school " Dar " has been an officer of S.W.Y.F. and a member of J. A. and choir. Darlene thinks her talent is talking and her hobbies are bowl- ing, going to Lincoln ' s athletic events and cooking. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition : To be a nurse and always be happy. — 30 — Leonard LeRoy Sims . . . Leonard came to Lincoln in seventh prrade from Army Post and he has served on the 12H tea committee. He can be seen around Lincoln with many friends including Dick, John and Dominick. Leonard says his hobbies are bowling, hiintinK an l fishinK, while his best talent is playing the guitar. Leonard ' s bijf- Kest thrill was visiting his dad in California. Ambition: To be successful and have many friends. Donna Mae Smith . . . This little lass has served Lincoln in countless ways, Amon»? the many clubs to which she belongs are. Leaders Club, Future Nurses, ? ' u- ture Teachers. Junior Achievement. C.Y.F " ., and girls glee club. Donna has been out for tennis four sr mesters and was treasurer of honn room. In 1957. Donna went to Oma- ha with her accordian band to a music contest and won first place in their division. Some of Donna ' s talents are playing the accordian and singing in the church choir. Her hobbies include ice skating and ten- nis. Donna can be seen with Sharon, Joan. Donna. Cecilia, Sue and the rest of the gang. Her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be like the northern star always pointed in the right direction and make my mothe r proud of me. Janice Marie Smith . . . This dark haired, brown eyed girl came to us from Army Post. She has been a member of K.T.A. and a faithful member of the French Club. Janice ' s favorite teacher is Mr. Stone, while her favorite subject is chemistry. Her many hobbies include swimming, dancing and bowling. Janice says her talents are too well hidden to find. She can usually be seen with Bert, Sharon, Donna, Carole, Diane, and Mary. Janice says her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : Always try to be happy. Suzanne Steele . . . Light brown hair and blue eyes de- scribe none other than Sue. She came to Lincoln from Park Avenue. She chums with Joan, Lynda, Carolyn, and Barb. Sue is active in nurses club, Latin club, Bible club, and Leaders Club. She was out for ten- nis three semesters, treasurer of homeroom, vice president of Lead- ers, editor of picture pages in the Senior Rail, a broadcaster on KDPS and a member of the pep s(]uad. Sue received a FNC pen and was a mem- ber of Junior Achievement. This gal ' s talents are talking and gum chewing. Her hobbies include swim- ming, eating and sewing. Her big- gest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To have high aims, love eternal, happine.ss always, sincerity in my heart and everyone as a f riend. Joyce Irene Stefani . . . ■This brown haired, blue eyed lass has been active in tennis since tenth grade, receiving two letters and working on the third. When not playing tennis. Joyce can usually be found on the golf course, painting or collecting dog statues. In school she belongs to the pej) club, Fu- ture Teachers Club, Leaders Club three semesters antl secretary and treasurer in her homeroom. Outside of school, Joyce belonged to the Na- tional Rifle Association. Joyce states that graduating from high school will be her biggest thrill. Ambition : To be a success in life and make everyone around me happy. John Edward Sterlingr . . . A sharp young man with a friendly personality is a good description of John, Playing pool with Doug and taking trips to St. Paul are John ' s hobbies while he claims his talents are well hidden. This friendly lad participated in tenth grade basket- ball and says journalism is his favorite subject and Miss Holmes is his favorite teacher. A few of John ' s many friends are Tom, Dave and Doug. John has been a real asset to the journalism department by being one of its chief advertis- ing agents. Graduation will be John ' s biggest thrill. Ambition : To be a success and make my certain people proud of me. D. Kay Stevens . . . Friendly and quiet is one way to de- scribe Kay. Besides her friends, Joyce, Linda and Donna, Kay has many interests. She belongs to vari- ous clubs around school, such as F.N.C., Leaders Club. French Club and homemaking staff. She was also out for tennis. Kay prides herself on being on the honor roll and sec- retary of her homeroom. She is al- ways keeping herself occupied with her hobbies, music and art. Kay ' s talents include playing the piano. Graduation will be her biggest thrill. Ambition : To achieve success. Christina Lee Steward . . . This sweet little girl is known as " Christy " to her friends. Christy can usually be seen with Diane D., Dar- lene S., Joyce S., and Joan S., and she can generally be found in the library where she is secretary of library staff. Christy was a mem- ber of the Greenhorn staff, secre- tary of her homeroom for two se- mesters, candidate in the Foreign E.xchange Program and placed sec- ond in the thrift essay contest. Christy was also co-feature editor of the Railsplitter. While Christy is a very active person around school, horseback riding, swimming and playing the piano seem to take up most of her tin»3 out of school. Ambition : To make my parents proud of me. Barbara Ann St. John . . . Ambitious and friendly is one way of describing " Barb. " Barb came to us from Nathan Weeks in tenth grade. Sports seem to be high on her list of favorites as well as her friends, Carolyn, Joyce, Sue. Joan, Marion, and Mary. Barbara has many hobbies, but her favorite ones are reading, cooking, and painting. Active in school activities " Barb " belongs to Leaders Club and has been on gym staff three semesters. She claims her hidden talents are l)ainting and various sports. Barb ' s biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To be successful in life and make everyone happy. Roger David Stover . . . " Pinning my opponent in my first varsity wrestling match, " seems to be this lad ' s biggest thrill. Besides being dark and handsome, Roger is very athletic. He has been out for football, track and wrestling and his hobbies are all sports especially those outdoors. Roger may be seen around the halls of Lincoln with Al- bert, Dick, Steve and the boys. He is a faithful member of DeMolay and seems to have several talents which include getting injured and losing his car keys. He has been in serv- ice homeroom 120 and 117 for three semesters. Ambition : To graduate from college and live a full, happy life. 31 — Philip Michael Tamasi . . . " Mick, " as he is known to all his friends, can usually be seen with Rofirer. Virpril, Dick, Al. Sonny and the rest of the boys. In sports he has been out for baseball, football and swimminpT. He received one let- ter in football and one in baseball. Mick has been in service homeroom 117, four semesters and has served on student council for two semesters. Outside of school, Mick belongs to DeMolay. His many hobbies include fishint;, baseball, hockey and pool and his hig thrill will be Kraduatinf? from collepre. Mick has been on the honor roll from eijrhth through twelfth jjrrade. His talents are chem- istry, pool and not jrettinR caught for certain things. He leaves all his test tubes to his brother and Mr. Stone. Ambition : To graduate from Iowa State University with a masters de- cree in Nuclear Enprineerinpr. Lmrry Edward Tarr . . . Larry has many friends including Virgil, Nancy, Dennis, Terry, Don and the boys. He can be seen most of the time with Nancy, though. He has served two semesters on student council and was out for wrestling and tennis. Among his hobbies are working on the car, swimming, hunting, fishing, while arguing with Nancy seems to be his talent. Larry says his favorite teachers are Mr. Wood and Mr. Miller. He claims his biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To live a long and suc- cessful life. Robert Lewis Taylor . . . " Bob " came to us from Hartford, Iowa. He can usually be seen with Don Pearson, Jack Peterson and Tom Wood. He played basketball at Hartford High and that was his biggest thrill. Hob is an active boy in Junior Achievement and Y.M.C.A. Bob has also been on the honor roll. Ambition: To belong to U.S.A.F. and go to the moon in a U.S.A.F. rocket. Dennis Frank Thielke . . . Dennis came to Lincoln from Roose- velt. He has been out for wrestling, tennis and baseball. He has received one monogram in wrestling. This young lad claims his hobbies are hunting, camping and bowling while his biggest thrill is yet to come. Dennis belongs to J. A. and the Trampoline Club. He says his talents are well hidden. If you hear some- one say, " That dumb thing, " you might see Dennis with Danny, Doug, Tom, Jim and the rest of the gang. Ambition : To be successful and live a happy life. Joyce Ellen Thomas . . . Joyce pals around with Mary St. John and Paula Thomas, mainly. She has been very active in church func- tions. She was vice-president of Young Peoples, secretary of Sunday school and active in church socials. Joyce has also been on gym staff for one year. Joyce says her one hobby is sewing and one of her many talents is typing, (iraduation will be Joyce ' s biggest thrill. Ambition : To make my parents and that certain someone proud of me. Leonard Thomas . . . This handsome red hea l has served his school well. He has received two letters in swimming, two letters in football and one letter in track. " Lennie " has served two years on student council and was president of the social committee. He has been a hall monitor, on nurses staff and the school delivery boy. Leonard, who is known to his friends as L.T., was the Lincoln 1959 Homecoming King and he says this was his biggest thrill. He was a member of the Dorian Art Club and states his hob- bies are anti(|ues and driving. L. T. says that he can be seen with the boys. Ambition: TT:i ' ;i t-nod time in lifo. Paula Laverne Thomas . . . Swimming, dancing and bowling are this nice little gal ' s hobbies, while she claims her talents are very well hidden. Paula has served one se- mester on gym staff and one se- mester on student council while at Lincoln. She says her favorite sub- jects are shorthan l and typing and her favorite teachers are Miss Ealy and Miss Sutter. Paula can be seen with Diane, Katie, Sharon, Carolyn and Sharon. She says her biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition : To make my parents proud of me and live a happy life with a certain someone. (iary Michael Thompson . . . This active, lively lad is better known as " Mike " around Lincoln ' s halls. Mike can be seen with L. T. and the boys. He was sports editor of the Railsplitter and he was ac- tive in swimming and baseball. Mike received two letters in swimming. His hobbies inclu le swimming, hunt- ing and traveling. He seems to think his talents are deeply hidden. His biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To be hapi)y and suc- cessful in whatever I attempt. Beverly Joy Tims . . . A friendly smile and a sweet per- sonality describes this busy little gal who spends much of her time playing tennis. " Hev, " as she is known to her many friends, has been in art service homeroom 139 for four years. Her hobbies are danc- ing, parties, art and writing short stories. She has served her school well by being in student council for two semesters and being a mem- ber of Dorian Art Club. Bev has re- ceived several honors such as being treasurer of student council, histori- an of Dorian Art, Interclub coun- cil officer and Bev says, " Having many friends is my greatest honor. " Serving the journalism department by being co-editor for radio KDPS is also credited to Bev. She claims Sandy, Nancy, Norma, Sharon, Nan, Carol, Radine and the rest of the class as her friends. Ambition: To be a writer and profit from every mistake. Nancy Joyce Torri . . . Swimming and boating are this at- tractive girl ' s favorite hobbies. Nancy claims her biggest talent is arguing with Larry. She has served Lincoln by being a member of stu- dent council for one semester and has been a faithful member of the gym staff for two semesters. She also helped in organizing the play " Behind This Mask. " When not with Larry, Nancy can be seen with Linda, Bev, Germaine and Sandy. Nancy claims her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To make my life success- ful with a certain someone. 82 Rolland Clarence Townsend . . . This busy youn f man has been very active in the music department at Lincoln. He has i)Iayed the cornet in the band and he was elected drum major in twelfth Rrade. " Rollie " served one semester on student coun- cil and has participated in tennis, earning one letter. Out of .school, he is a member of DeMolay and has held offices in this organization for four years. Rolland claims his bipr- Kest thrill is yet to come and his talents are playing the cornet and tennis. He has many friends includ- inK Hob, (Jeorj e and Croll. Rolland has j)lanned far ahead in the future for he plans to attend Central Col- lege for four years and then into the Marines. Ambition : To be successful in what- ever I choose to do and make those around me happy. Germaine Irene Trisler . . . An attractive girl with light brown hair, snappy brown eyes and a per- sonality that makes her liked by all, describes none other than Cer- maine. This busy girl has been a member of senior chorus and faith- fully served on nurse ' s staff. She has many hobbies but the outstand- ing ones seem to be swimming, skin diving, being with T.H.H. and climb- ing in and out of windows. Student council has been fortunate to have this lass serve for four semesters, she was also a member of the Intra Des Moines City Council. Cermaine was in the school play " Behind This Mask. " Terry, Linda L., Linda J. and Nancy are just a few of the many friends she can be .seen with. Germaine says her biggest thrill was receiving her ring from Terry. Ambition: To have many friends and look back with no regrets. Marie Elena Van Drew . . . If you are looking for Marie you ' ll find her with Vicky, Jo, Gladys, Sally, Karen and Carolyn. Her hob- bies are bowling and playing the accordian and she says her biggest thrill is yet to come. While in senior high, she has belonged to French Club and Leaders Club. Marie claims all of her many talents are hidden. Serving Lincoln well, Marie has served on student council two se- mesters and gym staff for three semesters. In journalism she has broadcast at K.D.P.S. Ambition: To always be happy and make my parents proud of me. Becky Louise Van Law . . . A tall slender girl with pretty light brown hair, describes liecky. This attractive lass came to us from Na- than Weeks and she has been a real credit to A.L.H.S. Becky wa awarded a gold key from the lou.i High School Art Exhibition for her great abilities in this field. " Alice, " as she is known to some of her friends, has served on homemaking staff and has been a faithful mem- ber of Leaders Club. Art is Becky ' s only hobby, while going i)laces with Bob is her talent. Miss Moroney, Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Haskins rate high on her list of favorite teachers. Becky can always be seen with Bob, while she says getting her second ring from Bob will be her biggest thrill. Ambition: To look in the past and always be able to say, " I ' ve earned the respect of my loved ones. " Sharon Rae Villines . . . " Shar. " a v ' ery active and popular girl, has been a real credit to Lin- coln. She has been on the honor roll, secretary for Dorian Art Club one semester, a member of senior chorus and on art staff. Sharon also has been a member of three clubs, Dorian, French and Leaders. Be- sides these honors in school, outside of school Sharon won a scholarship to art clas.ses at the Art Center. She cla ims her big talent is saying the right thing to the wrong person and her main hobby is getting cer- tain people out of embarrassing situ- ations. A few of her many friends include Anne, Bev, Nancy, Sandy, Carolyn and Sharon. Shar has been a member of art homeroom for three years and says Mr. Hoffman is her favorite teacher. Ambition : Become a hermit. Susan Kay Volkamer . . . " Sue " is a pretty girl with bright blue eyes, a sunny smile and one of Lincoln ' s best cheerleaders. Cheer- ing at the games and being with Jim are two of this girl ' s hobbies. Saying the wrong thing at the wrong time and talking to Jim are Sue ' s talents. She has received many hon- ors at A.L.H.S. as she was home- coming princess in 1957 and home- coming queen candidate in 1959. She has been out for golf one year and received two letters in cheerleading. Sue has worked in the counselor ' s room three years and was a mem- ber of homemaking staff. In the journalism field. Sue was chosen to be sport ' s columnist of the news- paper. Some of her many friends in- clude Jim, Deanna, Sondra, Linda, Betty, Carol and Becky. Ambition : To live a happy and suc- cessful life and make my loved ones proud of me. Victory Lee Voshell . . . This peppy little lass can be seen with Marie, Jo, Sally, Gladys and Carolyn around Lincoln ' s halls. Swimming, i)laying the piano and bowling rate high on her list of hobbies, while playing the piano and acting are two of her best talents. " Vic " was organization editor of the Senior Rail and she was also a member of the Greenhorn staff. Vic has served Lincoln loyally by being a member of French Club, gym staff and has served on student council. She has carried on with her talent for acting by being in three plays at Lincoln. She was also a broadcaster at KDPS. Vic ' s big- gest thrill will be graduation. Ambition : To live a happy success- ful life and make my parents proud of me. Becky Wallace . . . An attractive lass, rather quiet but a true friend to all describes Becky. This busy girl has faithfully served as a hall monitor for four semesters. Swimming and slumber j arties are just two of her hobbies while she says her talents are well hidden. Latin Club has been fortunate to have Becky as an active member for two years. Outside of school. Junior Achievement and Rainbow have kept her very busy. Sue, Sondra, Ellen and Judi are just a few of Becky ' s many friends. Ambition: To be like the Northern Star always pointed in the right direction. Ronnie Jay Weddell . . . This ambitious lad is a member of the Grill Club. He was active in football last year and i layed on the Clifton Heights basketball team, participating in all their games. His team won five out of seven games played. He can usually be seen with Ronnie, Bob, Pete and Bill. Driv- ing doesn ' t seem to interest him be- cause he can be seen walking to and from school early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Ronnie likes swimming if he isn ' t playing football or ba.seball with his friends. His biggest thrill will be graduation. Ambition: To be successful in what- ever I do and make everyone around me happy. Donald Eugene Willett . . . Don came to Lincoln from Tech with many and varied abilities. He served on student council two semesters, hall monitor two semesters and senior chorus two semesters. Don showed his athletic ability by par- ticipating in wrestling. Don belongs to the Young Peoples Church Organ- ization outside of school. Don says bowling and cars are his main hob- bies while playing the piano is his only talent. He claims his biggest thrill was going to Wyoming with his family. Don pals around with Larry. Dennis and the rest of the boys. Ambition: To be successful and have a good time. — 33- Janet Kay Wise . . . Whenever you hear ' Oh Yeah ! " you can be sure Janet is near. Janet came to Lincoln in seventh grade from Army Post. She has been a faithful member of the Applied Arts Club and claims her most embarrass- int? moment was New Years ' eve. In her spare time, Janet can usual- ly be found with Barb, Kay, Norman, Mike. Rosi, Bert, Phyllis, Polly, Dianna and Pearl. She enjoys bowl- ing and roller skating; and says her only talents are talking and passing notes in class. Her biggest thrill is yet to come. Ambition : To graduate from beauty school and make my mother proud of me. L«land Ray Wood . . . Very nice lad describes none other than Leland. Some of his many friends are Pat Cord, Marty Hanes and Harold Townsend. Leland came to Lincoln from Tech last September. He has been out for baseball and wrestling. His hobbies are cars and swimming. His biggest thrill was the day he got his first car. He claims his talent is driving. Leland served one semester on student council and also was a hall monitor. Ambition: Live a happy normal life. Nanette Smith . . . This cute little gal has been a credit to Lincoln in both the field of cheerleading and in the field of art. " Nan " was a cheerleader for two years and received a letter in it. Nan has been a faithful member of Dorian Art Club. Art Staff, and was in the art homeroom for five se- mesters. She also had the honor of being a Des Moines Art Center Scholarship Student and also won honorable mention in the Scholastic Art Award. Nan served on student council two semesters. While en- gaged in her favorite hobbies which include swimming, riding horses, and art. Nan is usually seen with either Julie, Sharon. Carol. Sharon, Caro- lyn. Penny. Peggy, or Mary. She claims her main talent is playing the piano. Ambition : To go to college. IIJb John F. Wright . . . John is an energetic fellow who al- ways has a pleasing smile for every- one he meets. He has faithfully served as hall monitor. John says his hobbies which take up most of his spare hours, include cars, modern jazz and hunting. He is a very tal- ented young fellow whose favorite and familiar talent is playing the Bongo drums. John claims his big- gest thrill is yet to come. He can usually be seen around school with Larry. Rollie, Dan and Mike. Ambition : To be the best architect in the United States. Virgil Ralph Wickert Jr. . . . This athletic fellow played tackle and was a valuable aid to Lincoln ' s football team. Among " Virg ' s " many friends, are Phil. Gary and Dennis. His hobbies include fishing, hunting and camping. Besides athletics, Vir- gil was (luite a worker when he served on the 12A informal com- mittee. Virgil states that his most embarrassing moment was in West Des Moines. Ambition : To be a success and to have a long and happy life. UPPI-.K 1.. . .1 . r ., in scholai ' ..1 . ■ Back Row. Left to Right: Christy St.-w;i td. Shsiron Villines. Sharon 1- isher, H;i .» i Kruilkf. Sjiiiilci I ' l i ry, Darlyne (iersi, Linda ( Jixxllaxon. iietty Carlscii, Linda Kimherling. Sandra Leeper. Ladell Abild, Janet Irwin. Second Row, Left to Right: Linda Roth. Diane Devin. Eileen Hassebrock. Peggy Bierma, Sandra De Leon, Linda Chrisinger, Julie Serrill. Andrea Miller. Carol Parks. Sharon Hull. Sharon Erickson. Mary Mazza, Sandy Fisher. Front Row, Left to Right: Angelo Bellizzi. Dominick Leo, Phil Tamasi, (Jary Ramsey, Kenneth Heck. — 84 — Summer Scliooi graduates Jude Ann Berard . . . A pretty dark haired Rirl with snappy black eyes and a wonderful personality describes Jude. This sweet lass has been an active mem- ber of Miss Moroney ' s homemakin staff. Jude came to us from St. Joseph ' s Academy in twelfth Krade. SwimminpT, dancinpr, horseback rid- injf and eating pizza seem to be her favorite hobbies, while beinw: a ba- ton instructor and i)antomininjj: are her talents. Outside of school. Ju le has been honored by representing the Road Knijarhts Auto Club at auto shows as she reigned as the R.R. Queen. Judy says she can usually be seen with Sandy, Pat, Diane. Carole and the rest of the ganR. She says her bisrtfest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To ko to Dallas. Texas and attend an Air Line college and make the ones close to me very proud. Donna Darlene Boomershine . . . Dancing, swimming and bowling rank very high on Donna ' s long list of hobbies and talents. This spark- ling blond can be seen around the halls with Sharon, Roleen, Janice. Carol. Mary and Diane. Law is Donna ' s favorite subject while Mr. Wood ranks the highest on her list of favorite teachers. Donna belonged to F.H.A. and G.A.A., clubs at an Illinois high school where she at- tende l ninth and tenth grades. C.raduation will be her greatest thrill. Ambition: To be a success in what- ever I attempt and make my ))arents proud of me. Ronald Dee Burns . . . This nice looking boy has been a real credit to A.L.H.S. Christian Youth Fellowship is one of the organizations Ronald belongs to. " Ron, " as he is known to his many friends, says auto mechanics is his favorite subject while Mr. Simmons is his favorite teacher. Ron says his talents are well hidden but claims his hobbies are girls and cars. Dick, " Herky, " Ron and Larry are just a few of the many friends Ronnie can be seen with. " My biggest thrill is yet to come, " stated Ron. Ambition : To join the service and do all the things I ' ve wanted to do. Roberta Mae Edmond . . . Hotter known as " Burt, " this girl can usually be seen with Sharon, Donna, Janice, Carolyn, Mary and Diane. Her hobbies are bowling, swimming and dancing. She claims her biggest thrill is yet to come. Hurt was a member of Rainbow and served as an officer in that organization. She was also a member of the Future Teachers Club and was on office staff for one year and was a swim- ming leader. Among her favorite teachers she lists Mr. Hoskins and Mi.ss Moroney and her favorite sub- ject is homemaking. Hurt claims that getting into trouble is her great- est talent. Ambition : To live a successful life and make my parents proud of me. Mary Joan Fedro . . . This lively little brunette with the pretty smile and pleasant " hello " for everyone has made many friends at Lincoln. Howling, skating, talk- ing on the telephone and going with Sandy in the ' 47 are a few of this busy girl ' s many hobbies. " Jo, " says that Miss Ealy and Mr. Sanders are her favorite teachers. " Opening my mouth and inserting my foot, is my one and only talent, " stated Joan. If you see Mona, Sallee, Jenks, Carol, Judy, Cathy, Mary or Sandy, you ' ll be sure to know that Joan is around. It .seems this girl ' s bigrsrest thrill is yet to come. Ambition: To make my parents proud of me; to be like the North- ern Star, always pointed in the right direction. Gale Edwin Porter . . . dale is an active young man and is a friend to all that know him. This lad ' s hobbies are bowling and cars, while he says his talents are well hidden. Gale was an active member of the chess club and he served on the 12A cap and gown committee. Outside of school. Gale was a mem- ber of the Central Iowa Foreign Car Association. John Kennelly is just one of the many friends Gale can be seen with. Mr. Cox rates high on his list of favorite teachers. Ambition: Get through life with the least trouble. Sharon Ann Power . . . This attractive girl with the sweet personality and warm smile, has been a loyal student of Lincoln. She spends much of her time sewing, reading and oil painting. In senior high, Sharon served on the informal com- mittee, while in ninth grade she was on the honor roll. She says her big- gest thrill is yet to come and her talents are eating and trying to stay out of trouble. Judy, Betty, Rich and Sonny are just a few of the many friends Sharon can be seen with. Ambition : Live each day for itself as I climb the ladder to a happy home of my own and an enriched life. — 35-- — 36 — — 37 — Sivi ' t o- MCE d VXvsV, Hi mm gxolss — 38 — - s EMORES HOMEROOM 203 — First Row, Left to Ri ht : Janice Crandall, Sharon Anderson, Judy Brown, Sharon Chiodo, Pat Carter, Joyce r.irnard, Mary Jo Hates, Betty Carlson. Second Row, Left to Risrht : Cecilia Bell, Donna Brayton, Jackie Clark, Ronald Crouse, Sharon Carter, PeKKy Bierma, Linda Chrisinger, Nancy Copic. Third Row, Left to Rigrht: Gary Coe, Rovleen Collins, Jim Cleve- land, Ansreio Bellizzi, Bob Beck, Steve Alber. Dick Berkenboch, Bill Burress, Larry Baker, Wayne Cole, Pete Carra. Senior o etlier HOME ROOMS 203 and 202 MISS AHRENS and MR. HEMENWAY, Advisors HOMEROOM 202— First Row, Left to Rigrht : Dian Evans, Sandra DeLeon, Jude Berard, Kay Devine. Teresa Felice. Second Row, Left to Rigrht: Carole Evans. Diane Devin, Sharon Erickson, Sharon Downard. Third Row, Left to Right: Doug Fryman, Sharon Fisher, Joan Fedro, Sandy Fisher, Jim Feinberg, Carol Feyen. — 40 — HOMEROOM 220— First Row. Left to Right: (lary Cillman. Daniel (Irinfile. Art (luile. Harold Hainet . Ron (Jarlock. Sharon Hill. Carolyn Hill. Karen Hammer. Helen Holton. Darlene Gerst. Second Row, Left to Right: Albert Graziano. Penny Hartman, Sharon Harper, Kay Stevens. Linda Goodlaxon. Third Row, Left to Right: Dong Graham, Richard Higdon, Andrea Miller. Russell Gibble. Mary Mazza, Jim Latimer, Jerry Hassel, Paul Groth. Deanna Graves, Joan Green, Diana Graves, Mary Hess, Karen Hellstern. HOME ROOMS 220 and BOYS GYM MISS SUTTER and MR. HEINTZ, Advisors HOMEROOM Boys ' (iym — First Row, Left to Right: Hazel Knolke. Linda Kimberling. Marlene Joss, Linda Lewis. Carol Knud- son, Lynda Lonk ' . Carolyn Larson. Angie Huntsman. Sandy Leeper, Hetty Hoffman. Second Row, Left to Right: Sharon Hull. Janet ' rwin, Larry Luick. Dominick Leo. Larry Jaudry, Terry Hyatt. Everett Lawrence, John Kennelley. — 41 — HOMEROOM 26 — First Row, Left to Riirht: Mar Nadler. Sue Morey, Ju. Noble. Mary Overbeck, Je. ' i nie Newton. Jackie Nelsd Kay Nelson. Phyllis Nol.l. Second Row, Left to Rijfht Sandra Perry, Joyce Milhi Sallee O ' Keefe, Kamona Or tejfa. Pam Porter, Ju( McFarland, Sandy McNalK. Norma Murohison. Third Row, Left to Rijfht: Hettv OKden. Carolyn Neuwertt Carole Parks. Richard Plun mer, Susie Millijfan. Denin Ortland. Barbara Parsons. Albert Martinez, John Maso- lini. Jerry Palson. Elbert Mason, Richard PaRe. HOMEROOM 233 — First Row. Left to Ri ht: Christ. Ste v; rd. Joyce Stefani, Dar- lene Simmons. Eileen Hassf brock, Barbara St. John, Suzanne Steele. Ruby Say- lor. Joan Shebeck. Linda Koth. Radine Ryan. Second Row, Left to Right: Connie Rivera, Paulette Romero. Sharon Russel, Kay Stevens, Diane Schoonover, Janice Smith, Norman Scott, Den- nis Shaffer. H o b Silver- thorne. Third Row, Left to Rilfht : S o n d r a Robbins. Karen Schwab. Joan Kuhlf. La iell Abild. Donna Smith. L) iane Robbins. Xerry Man.s- field. Lillian Fiichardson. Juiie Serrill. Leonard Sims, (ieorsre Shepherd. Gary R-m- sey. Dennis Arnold. John Sterlinsr, Dou»: Raper. HOMEROOM 235 — First Row, Left to Right: Leon- ard Thomas. Becky Wallace. Sue Volkamer, Nancy Torri. Sharon Villines. Germaine Trisler, Janet Wise, Joyce Thomas. Second Row, Left to Right : Virgil Wickett. Larry Tarr. Dennis Thielkc. Mickey Tamasi, Marie Van Drew, Vicky Voshell. Third Row. Left to Right: Mike Thompson, Leland Woo d. Don Willett. Rolland Town- send, John Wrijfht. Ronnie Weddell. SENIOR STIDKM ( Ol N( IL-First Row. Left to Riffht : John Hlakr. .Jim Ian,,.,. M... v Thomason Albert Coaklev Phil h b;c;ok I ' ■ ' T ' ' iaytonSolem Second Row Left to Right: Hev Tims. Norma MurchisX Sharon Hull E M n Third Row ' l iV f R ' ' r ' J " ' R«bbms. Judy Alsted. Lynda Lon . La Rae Squire. Dixie Jeffries. Judy CoJfe " EH n Fltl " ' V ? • M.f Nelson Cunningham. Allen Dickes. Mark Wagner. Roger Dintaman Bob h! " to Rieh - A dv citron ?7h " p ' " T ' ' Ur-. S ' ' ' ' - " ' •o n- How. Left Ivn n ' SrVr- Selby, Ronnie Enckson Tom Rhodes. Brian Itaker. Harry Morris. C.ary Runge. Marcy Griffin Mari 1 " • S ' ' y " Carolyn Taylor Sheryle Lee. Penny Larson Fifth Row. Left to Right: Linda Fryman Peggy Bie si:?r H Zbofr atHei ' " " ' ' - ' ' Bn chfield kil ' Ta ISi Senior Student C ouncli and l YlonltorA MR. POS and MR. BLACKMAN, Advisors HALL MONITORS— First Row. Left to Right: Mr. Blackman. Pat Perry. Lynda Long. Hazel Knolke Linda dates I inda I fltim »r VM« p ' ' r ' " -5 ' r S ' " ' ' Zeis. Penny Johnson. Second Row. Left ?oRig Allan Simpson Ron Wilson. Mike Snover. Tom Scalise. Ron Armbrest. Gary Coe. Larry Tarr John Blake Jim Phluh s Third — 44 — 1 JIMOK SI I DKN I (OI NC IL — Front Row, Left to Riirht: Fryman, LeRouque, Geyer, Dunham, SchenkeHwrR. Kepperl, Knauer, Hass, Kmler, Tollari. Second Row, Left to Ri ht: Thomas, Ford. McRoberts, BriKhtwell, Percival, Kothenbeul, Fi K, Conrath. Third Row, Left to Right: Marshall, Bartholomew, Watters. Myerly. Harshell. Pet rson. Dow. Summy. junior Student (Council and FFjonit MRS. ROBBINS and MR. BLACKMAN, Advisors HALL MONITORS — Front Row, Left to Rijrht : Jack Peterson, Max Hittle, Albert Martinez, Ed Simmons. Back Row, Left to Right Max Tolbert, Dale Warner, Clayton Solom, John Wright, Ron Armhrest. — 45 — NURSES STAFF — Front Row, Left to Ri ht : Bob Silverthorne, Mike Th rni--. ,n. Leonard Thomas. Second K..w . l.t ft to KiRht : Carole Evans. Sandy Clark, Germaine Trisler, Norma Murchison, Jackie Kebman. Barbara Burehfield. Third Row. Left to Rifcht : IN vr y Skinner, Janet Irwin, Mrs. Cleary, Mildred Palladino, Sharon Hill, Susan Cox, Carolyn Fafran, Linda (loodlaxon. n urSe d an MRS. CLEARY and MISS HOLT, Advisors LIBRARY STAFF — Front Row, Left to Rifht : Miss Rains, Miss Holt. Second Row, Left to Riirht : Christy Steward, Diane Devin, Julie Serrill, Colene Prokop, Darlene Simmons, Ellen Kae Shiffer, Barbara Warner, Connie Troxel, Kathy Serrill. — 46 — SECRETARIAL STAFF— FirHt Rom, Left to KiRht: Elaine Va.icy, L.nda Koih. Sharon Hull, Frances (nllaspy Sandy Perrv Vpron . ' T- M - ' m " ' V M ' ' " harp, Carole Mitchell, Judy Cherry Sherfe Kin k Veronica Toussaint, Mary Mazza, Linda KimberlinK. Judy McFarland. Miss Sutter. if and Jdi ecretaria MISS SUTTER, MISS EALEY and MISS MORONEY, Advisors L lOMh LCONOMICS STAFF— First Row, Left to Riifht: Virsrinia McNutt. Carolyn Larson. Marie Nadler. Second Row. Left to Kijfht, Susie Millivran. Kaye Stevens. Judy Noble, Ruby Saylor, Sharon Erickson, Pat Carter. Third Row, Left to Rijfht: Sandy ' • eper. Sharon Russell. Jane McCarthy, Janet Newman. Pann Porter. Karen Hammer, Grace Fry, Barbara Parsons. — 47 — — 48 — FUTURE TEACHERS — Front Row, Left to Rijfht: Mr. Woixl. H irlmra l.ee. Katie Franzen, I ' enny Johnson. Judi Kohbins, Claudia Jones. Pam Roberts, Margaret Yanasak. Second Row, Left to Riffht: Kathie (Jarrison. Mary Ni ro, Martha HiKhlan l, Sharon Johnson. Barbara Graves, Jean Reynolds, Jackie Tarn, Judy Wilhite. Third Row, Left to Rijfht : Patty Hoff, Donna Harbour, Janan Ratchelor. Jane Hassebrock, Bob Silverthorne, Dixie Shoemaker. Mary Alice Hall. Fourth Row, Left to Risht: Jim Lati- m !r, Carolyn Hill, Chuck Mackey, Sandy Geyer, Linda Evans, Carole Mark, Judy Stone, Dia na Graves. uture Readier S and future I ' urdeS dulyc MR. HOSKINS and MRS. CLEARY, Advisors FUTURE NURSES CLUB— Front Row, Left to Right: Jean Trickey, Carole Chase, Penny Johnson. Daritru Mnun..n . .Ahar- on Hill, Donna Smith, Janet Irwin, Barbara Burchfield, Mildred Palladino. Second Row, Left to Rigrht : Germaine Trisler. Sue Steele, Sandy McNally, Carole Evans, Norma Murchison, Kay Stevens, Linda Goodlaxon, Sharon Fisher, Jackie Rebman, Susan Cox, Mrs. Cleary. — 49 — I. All N I I I I. 1 M.iit Row, Left to Riffht : Lee Andre. C ' harU-s Hornhac k. (;erald Holmes, Frank Bures, Dwivrht Nosley. Andrea Miller, Sharon Krickson. Sandy (leyer, Susan Knauer. Second Row, Left to Riffht : Judi Robbins, PeKPry Skinner, Rosemary Keller, Deane Wilson, Penny Johnson, Donna Barber, Patty Hoff, Beth (Iraham. Third Row, I eft to Ri ht : Barbara (Jraves, Janet Brown, Jean Anne Jones, Jo Welsh, Sharon Lewis, Sheryle Keefer, Mildred Palladino, Nancy Johnson, Becky Mohenson, Fourth Row, Left to Right: Julie Glenn, Tone Anderson, Jane Hassebrock, Jackie Toone, Ann HuKlin, Mary Baird, Linda Chamberlain, Ann Ogren, Jeanne Trickey. oZL m C tuL and rencL C luL MISS KIRKHOFF and MRS. BEVINGTON, Advisors FRENCH CLUB — Front Row, Left to Riifht: David Turner, Mike Shannon, Terry Mansfield, Vicky Voshell, Mrs. Bevington. Second Row, Left to Right: JoAnne Ruble, Nancy Johnson, S ue Morey, Diana Graves, Marilyn Kemp, Judi Reichenbacker. Third Row, Left to Right: Mary Nigro, Jeanette Spitzer, Donna Rose, Phyllis Harmon, Kay Stevens, Marie Van Drew, Sallie O ' Keefe. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Deana Reyes, Linda Gregory, Sandy Clark, Karen Myerly, Jim Rosenfield, Larry Holmes. — 50 — GYM STAFF— front Row, Left to Risrht : Deanna (Iraves. Sheryle Keefer, Carolyn Neuwerth. Ellen Kae Shiffer, Marilyn O ' Mara. Judi Reichenbacker, Mary Overbeck. Back Row, Left to Riffht: Barbara St. John, Joyce Thomas, Marie Van Drew. Nancv Toomer. Donna Smith, Kay Hrophy, Lois Jewell. MRS. RICHARDSON, Adrisor LKADERS CLUB 12A ' 8 — Front Row, Left to Right: Sandy Fisher. Lynda LonK, Marlene Joss. Carolyn Hill, Ann Sever, Sharon Hill, Sharon Russeli, Sharon Fisher, Sandy De I eon, Second Row, Left to Right: Sandy McNally. Janet Irwin. Pat Carter, Judy Noble, Sue Steele, Joyce Stefani, Kay Stevens, Harbara St. John, Judy McFarland, Andrea Huntsman. Third Row, Left to Rifirht: Linda Roth, Katie Richardson, Karen Hellstern, Marie Nadler, Diana Holmes, Pearl Green, Cecilia Hell, Donna Smith, Donna Brayton. — 51 — HOSPITALITY AND USHER COMMITTEE— Front Row, Left to Riifht : Jim Latimer. Jack Petersen. Mike Miller. Ronnie Coch- ran. Mr. Eckey, David C.raham, Joe Robinson. Julie Serrill. Clara Jo Shiffer. Back Row, Left to Right: Norma Murchison, Diane Devin, Carolyn Hill, Linda Chrisinsrer, Janell Kellar, Ann HuKlin. Mildred Palladino. Jane McCarthy, Linda Chamberlain, Sharon Powers. Barbara Robbins. ta e C rew and JdoSpltaiiti ly sker (Committee MR. MILLER and Mr. ECKEY, Advisors STAfiE CREW— Front Row. Left to Right: i ii, Dennis Thielke, John Scott, Larry Jandry. Back Row, Left to Right: Bob Custer, Mr. Miller, Richie Palmer, Gary Doughman. — 52 — COOKS — Left to Riffht : Arvitta Payne. Madeline Kitterman, Lula Collins. Verna Maker. Wilma HiRdon. Wilma McCauley. Ann Hoff. Inez. Richardson. C ooLs and C ustodianA MR. KING and MR. RICHARDSON, Directors SCHOOL CUSTODIANS — Front Row. Left to Risrht : Frank Stolmier. Howard E. Kins:. Dorothy Smith. Ralph McCulloutfh. Dar- rell Marker. Herman Virden. Bark . I t ft to Rijfht : I.Iovd l atteii. Herchel Reeves. Biuce Burger. Clarence Panllin, Robert Sloan. — 53 — A HOMKKOOM. Jl— Front Row , Left to RiKht : Collon Vai) . c».yk, La Dona Stum]). Second Row, Left to Right: Kav W ade, Sieve lamasi, Phil Zahn, Craijf Wallace, Marjorie Zelsdorf, Mary JStinson. Diana Thomas, Roger Surbaugh, David Turner, Joe Tallari. Third Row, Left to Right: Norman Wilson. Jerry Wales, Steve Williams. Connie Wells, Linda Late. Clark Wallace, Ray Woodmansee, Mark Wallace, John Wilson, Kerry Tucker. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Bob Zies, Kenny Zika, Gary Winters, James Stevenson. Fifth Row: Glenn Surber. Hn- homerooms MR. STONER and MRS. BEVINGTON, Teachers 9A HOMEROOM 206— Front Kou, Left to Right: Charlotte 1 rcc, Lois (iray, Mary Jo Ii.m. A.iiu-y Foster. Second Row, Left to Right: James Edenburn, Doug Evans, Dennis Fe.ssler, Don Field, Heverly Fisher. Steven PMtzsimmons. Third Row, Left to Right: Ray Foreman, Larry Fleever, Hob (iregson, David Goodlax.son, Sandra Geyer, Linda Gregory, Jane Hassebrock, Connie Sue Hamp- shire, Carol Hewitt. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Denver Francis. Denny Hagen, Bill Grothe, Gary Grubb, Terry Hampshire, Bob Hartman, Jerry Foster, Dwight Garland, Pat Ford, Gary Hammond, Bill Half hill. — 54 — 9A HOMEROOM 133— Front Row, Left to Right: Jim Randalls, John Reppert, Jay Presnell. Russell Purdy, Don Quigley, Al- bert Robson, Mike Redfield. Jim Rosenfield. Second Row, Left to Right: Anna Ruperto. Connie Rothman. Marilyn Sittler, John Sharp, Terry Simmons, Gary Samouris. Mike Robison, Mike Russo. Lyle Spillman. Third Row, Left to Right: Roger Sayers, Sandy Shepperd, Jeanette Spitzer, C.loria Roeder, Donna Rose, Floydean Rhoades, Don Richardson. Jim Spitznegal, Doug Simmons, Robert Rissman, Ladd Prazak. homerooms MR. TEDORE and MR. PRITCHARD, Teachers 9A HOMEROOM 211— Left to Right: Sandra Hatten, Mary Ann Brown. Mary Jo Antenocci, Cheryle Ackernian t red Allen. Second Row, Left to Right: Judy Anderson, Mike Beattie ; Norman Beattie. Mark Blessing, Dennis Browder Third Row Lett to Right: Dave Brebner. Rodger Burke, David Brown. Donald Bragg: John Barakat. Bob Anderson. Fourth Row Left to Right: Larry Bass, Donald Berry, Dinny Barshell, Cathy Anderson, Deborah Alber, Janice Butcher. Fifth Row Left to Right: James Beekett ; Toni Anderson ; Jane Ash, Mary Baird. — 55 — 9A HOMEROOM 238 — Front Row Left to Rijrht : Mary Nisrro. Brian Percival. Kt Newman. John Moore, r.vnthia McConnell. Sandra McCool. Second Row. Left to RiRht: Carl Palladino. Phyl- lis Porter. Dian Morris. Lin- la Plummer. Dennis Nar- land. Deanna Nusser. Third Row. Left to RiRht: April Peer, Karen Myerly. Anne Monahan, Dixie Parsons. Sally Mortimer. Linda Nel- son. Fourth Row. Left to Riffht: Jim Mc(;innis. Larry Paton. Richard Nelson, Chris Mickesh. Laura Ney- land, D vi)jrht Norris. Bob Outhou.se. Judy Pless, Shar- on Pedersen. HOMEROOM 118 — Seated Front Row , Left to Ri ht : Clayle McCaw. Larry Knijrht. Jean Ipsen. Marilyn Kane, Ann Krekell)erjf. Second Row. Left to Rififht: Larry Holmes, Harold Howard, Berry Holder. Susan Knau- cer. John Knolke. Third Row. Left to Riifht: Cheryl Marshall. Becky Koder. Con- nie Martin, Sherry Leonard. Barbara Martens. Standing. Left to Right : Mr. Stone. Tom Jones, Lo an Martin. Jim Luzzadde. Mike Hoff. Lonnie Lynch. David Law. CI a r y Kesselrin . Dick James, Dennis Houjfhtalinpr, Larry Hufford. Floyd Max- on, Jim Jones, Paul LeVanj?- 9A HOMEROOM 127— Front Row, Left to Right: Cheryl Ciandall, Carol Carter. Paul Carter, Tom Carlisle, Carol Conrath, P a m Cremeens. Second Row, Left to Right: Nancy Cook. Cheryl Dick. Sue Danley, Sharon Curtis. Fran Davis. Sandy Clark. Third Row, Left to Right: James Davis. Dick Camball, Dennis Chadwick. Rod Cort- ney, Dennis De Forst, Mike Collins, Ray Cunningham, Ron Cruley, Mike Dunham, Bud Downerd. Bob Dillard. Mike David. i VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Coached by John Tedore Donald Ceynar Varsity football team finished the season with a 1-7 record. Five sophomores broke into the varsity lineup and gained valu- able experience for the coming two years. We H HH should have a . rood nucleus for ft I next year. V Bellizzi and 1|| Marturello did a LTood job for the passing depart- ment. Most yardage in the games was gain- Coach ed by passing Va™y?Sall Primarily to Beck, Crees, and Kirkman. Don White was the workhorse in the backfield, performing most of the ball carrying load. Improvement was evidenced on the part of most, especially Art Guile at guard and Bill Bur- ns at defensive end. Guile was leading tackle on line. TENNIS Coached by Wendell Stone Girls finished fourth in the tennis meets and the boys tied for fourth with Tech. The meets were held at Birdland. In the boys ' singles, Doug (iraham advanc- ed to the semi- finals. Terry Mansfield was defeated in the quarter final round. Boys ' doubles were Ralph Pe- Coach terson and Jim STONE Latimer, Rich- ennis Higdon and Bud Hughes. Nancy Johnson and Karol Lightner advanced to the semi- final rounds. Other girl players were: Sandy McNally, Joyce Stefani, JoAnn Shebeck and Ro- berta Gill. FALL TRACK Coached by Slen Rouse Eleven boys reported for fall track. Three of them, Phil Bald- win, Nelson Cunningham, and Carl Hammer, had lettered in 1958. Phil Baldwin was the team leader for the first half of the season at the one mile dis- t a n c e. Phil ' s best time was 4:49 which gave him seventh in the State Mile Coach Team Race from ROUSE a field of 47 runners. Carl Hammer and Nelson Cunningham led the team at the 1.8 in a field of 55 runners in the State Cross Country final. Nelson had the best performance for Lincoln in the City Cross Country meet. Allen Dickes, Ronald Harsh, and Mark Wag- ner were the other monogram winners. The team w on two of their five dual meets and placed fourth in both the State Team Mile Run, and the State Cross Country. State Cross Country Results: Decorah 15 Oskaloosa 31 Cedar Falls 32 Lincoln, D. M 33 Marshalltown 51 Iowa City 72 Valley, W. D. M 96 SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL Coached by Lloyd Klinznnan Max Perdue The second football team did much better this year than last. Their rec- ord was 4-2-1. The record was as follows: Coach KLINZMAN Second Team Lincoln- 0 North Polk varsity -21 Lincoln- 7 East-6 Lincoln-26 Valley-0 Lincoln- 6 Roosevelt-14 Lincoln- 0 Tech-0 Lincoln-18 North-6 Lincoln-33 Savdel reserves-0 GOLF Coached by Don Ceynar The city golf tournament was held at Waveland golf course. The girls ' team placed third. They missed second place by one strok ' e. Nancy Wilson, Diane Evans, Barb Wagner, Cathy Erickson, Mildred P a 1 1 a- dino and Karen Zeis played on the team this year. The boys ' team, which placed fourth, include: Don Foreman, Frank Bures, Phil Miller, Bob Green- leaf and Joel Hiefner. " Joel Hiefner, Larry Pedersen and Nancy Wilson were out- standing players for the team, ' ' stated Coach Ceynar. All three are three year veterans. Coach CEYNAR Golf — 58 — pnn Sports or I960 SPRING TRACK Coached by Glenn Rouse Due to the loss of last year ' s district winners, the cindermen have faced a rebuilding job this season. The returning letternien for this year were Bill Burress, Art Guile, Dennis Shaffer, Bob Beck, Gerald Holmes, Marv Thomason, Carl Hammer and Bill Robinson. BASEBALL Coached by Wayne Heinti The diamond squad had a slow start this season because of weather conditions and were limited in their outdoor prac- tices. Six returning lettermen are: Larry Jaundry, Gene Gless- ner, Ron Berry, Jerry Marturello, Bill Park, and Marshall Allen. GOLF Coached by Donald Ceynar Both the boys and girls golf squads are looking forward to a good season with returning let- ter winners Dian Evans and Cathy Erickson for the girls and Phil Miller, Mike Miller and Tom Sherk for the boys. Between the two teams there were sixteen matches this year. SWIMMING Coached by Lorin Graaff Lincoln ' s swimming team fin- ished the post season with a record of three wins, nine losses in dual meet competition. The Railsplitters face a rebuilding task as they lost six men to graduation. The Abe tankers ' free-style relay finished second in the city swimming meet. BASKETBALL Coached by Frank Talarico Lincoln ' s basketball team had a fair season this year with a record of six wins and eight losses. Letter winners were: Dennis Arnold, 12A, two letters; Bob Beck, 12A, three letters; Angelo Bellizzi, 12A, two letters; Frank DeFrancisco, llA, one let- ter; Doug Graham, 12A, one let- ter; Dennis Kirkman, 12A, one letter; Jim Latimer, 12A, one letter; Terry Mansfield, 12A, two letters; Jerry Marturello, llA, one letter and Bill Park, llA, one letter. WRESTLING Coached by Everet+e Bell Lincoln wrestlers had a below average season, although several individuals had excellent records. Larry Lovett won fourth in the state and also won the city championship in the 112 pound class. Albert Martinez went to Junior Division in Ames at the A.A.U. conference and a draw was declared. Al lost by decision in the 120 pound class. Clark Duncan won third in city at 112 pounds. Dale Reeser also won fourth in the city at 120 pounds. TENNIS Coached by Wendell S+one Returning lettermen for boys ' tennis this spring are: Doug Graham, Terry Mansfield and Ralph Peterson. Returning letter winners in girl ' s tennis are: Sandra Mc- Nally and Joyce Stefani. The leadership of the veterans should give Lincoln a winning team. Coach TALARICO Basketball Coach HEINTZ Baseball Coac-ii GRAAFF Swimming — 59 — VARSITY FOOTBALI Front Row. Left to Right: Lee Larson, Jerry Marturello. Dou Raper. Jerry Keener. Chuck Mittler. Pat Cord Dennis Ortland Art (.uile. An elo Hellizzi Phil Tamasi. Larry Baker. Denny Kirkman. Nile Vernon. John Dow. Ken Erickson Second Row. Left to RiRht : D„n White. Albert C.raziano. Mike Miller. Hob Hall. Forrest Crees. Bob Beck, (lary Crees Jim Shrock. Bil! Robinson. Dennis Shaffer. Hill Hurris. Marv Thomaaon, Bob Hutchin s, (Jerald Holmes, Virjril Wickert Larrv Ped- ersen, Dan Bor , Ron Berry. Ron Wilson. Lenny Thomas. ' arditi and Second eam Z ootLali JOHN TEDORE, DON CEYNAR, LLOYD KLINZMAN, MAX PERDUE, Coaches SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL— Front Row, Left to Rig: ht : Mike Snover. Jim Bri htman. Marty Haii,. .1 .h, Ms. , y M. rrill Der- rinsrton, Clarence Denni.s Keith (irubb. Cary Noble. Ronnie Erickson. Jerry Clummerson. Dave Kirkman. Arulrcw Catron Second Row, Left to RiKht: Jack Hentz. Lamont Combs. C.ary Ransre. Bacon, Dick Foust. Lonnie Understalk. Mel Stump. Steve Morti- . " y, , ?, ' ' ' ' ' ' " J ' .V ' ' - " " " ® Ri£ht: Mr. Klinzman, Denny Davis, Bill Titus. Junior Campbell, Art Koch, John Hlake. Hill I .Ik — , VN arren Bur e. Chris West. C.ary Wicker, Joe Robinson, Marshall Allen. — 60 — (l3oi A and iris tennis and racL earns MR. CEYNAR, MR. STONE and MR. ROUSE, Coaches BOYS ' AND (ilRLS FALL (iOLF AND TENNIS— First Row. l,eft to RiRht: Kan . i . Mildre l Palladiru., Hi.rt..ira S;tKi « Nancy Wilson. Linda Koth. Sandra McNally, Karol LiRhtner, Linda P vans. Second Row, Left to Right: Chuck Mackfy. Don F r» - man. DiJin F2vans. Judi Robbins. Barbara (iraves, Suzanne Steele, .Janice Kline. Third Row, Left to Right: Jt e Heifner, Bt» (Ireenleaf. Frank Hures. Joan Shebeck, Joyce Stefani, Norma Murchison, Roberta dill. — 61 — BOYS AND (ilRLS ' SPKIN(; (iOLF— I- runt Kon% . I. t il to Kitrht : I)..ri i .Max.n. . u ..n l ai k . Linda Lafferty, Terisa Loffit.in. Mildred Palladino. Marcy (Iriffen, Sandy Clark. Jo Welch. Second Row. Left to RiRht : Jerry Austin. Harbara Wajrner, Mary Hall. Sharon Erickson. Sharon Hull. Dian Evans. Kathy Erickson. Third Row, Left to Right: Urad Wilkerson, Gary Coe, Rich- ard Keener, Chuck Mackey, Sue Volkamer, Karen Keefer. Eileen Hassebrock, Sherlye Keefer. Fourth Row, Lft to Right: Don Forman, Joe Robinson. Mike Miller, Bob Greenleaf, Frank Bures. Phil Miller. prin o( and ermalc s MR. CEYNAR and MRS. RICHARDSON, Coaches VARSITY BASKETBALL— Front Row. Left to Risrht : Mr. Talarico. Lee Larson. Bill Park Jerry Marturello AnKelo lielHz: .. Dennv Kirkman. Jim Latimer. Second Row. Left to RiRht : Frank De Francisco. Doug Graham, (.ary Crees. Ralph Peterson. Richard Piummer. Hob Heck. Terry Mansfield. Dennis Arnold. Mike Miller. Uardit and Second ileum i asltetLaii MR. TALARICO and MR. KI.INZMAN, Coaches SECOND TEAM BASKETBALI First Row, Left to K. jht I. I man Jerry Keener. Bob «reenleaf. " Hensel. Charles Mackey. Second Row, Left to RiRht : J.m Van S. oyk. .St. v.. HandHll. Denny Joss. Joe Robinson. Chris West. Bob C.raham. John Blake. Pat Brannan. — 64 — r SWIMMINC; — Front Row, Left to Kijrhl : Dave ltKlt . Cu.st«.| , Av ai . Mark VVaKner. Marvin Rooney. Harry Morris. Ron Trent. Second Row, Left to Riffht : Jim Diemer. Jim Hall, Marv Thomason, Ro»rer Dintaman, Mike Shannon. Hill White. Third Row, Left to Right: Jim Selby, T()m Sherk. Jerry Johnson, Dennis Ten Hajcen. Brian Haker. Rill Robinson. Terry War- ren. Fourth Row, Left to Riirht : Mr. (iraaff John Kennelley, Danny (Irindle, Larry Luick. Leonard Thomas. Jim Cleveland, Mike Thompson. Uoh Silverthorne. wimmin an id % re5tiin eams MR. GRAAFF and MR. BELL, Coaches WRESTLINt; — First Row, Left to Riirht: Ed Simmons, Dole Reeser, Albert Martinez, Larry Lovett, Charlie Cataldo, Randy Rish. Second Row. Left to Rigrht : Dennis Ortland, Denny Davis, Warren Burpre, Gerald Holmes. Coach Bell. Wayne Cole, Dick Fish- er. Marshall Allen. — 65 — SPRING TRACK— First Kow. Left to Ki jht : Art tiuilc. D.ni,: 1! hm ,-. M:.: , ' . : lim Diemer. All.-m l)irk. ' . NeU-.n Cun- ningham, Ray Babh. Ron Krickson, Dennis Orllund, Dave raiMlirooper. Dick li iiu i . Dennis Da is. Jim Holik. Charles Par- rott. Second Row, Left to Rifrht: Chris West, Gene La Roque, manaifer, Keith (irubb. Marv Thomason. Jerry Keener. Gerald Holmes, Dennis Shaffer. Carl Hammer, Dominic Leo, Clarence Dennis, Bob Miller, Jon Grindle, manager. Third Row, Left to Ri ht: Coach Rouse, Pat Cord, John Myerly, Ricky Meier, Junior Campbell, Art Kich. Larry Cheers, Bob Beck. Bill Burress, Ronnie Wilson, Dan Borgr, Bill Robinson, Warren Burge, Larry Grosnickle, manager. pring Cracky llSoi A and iris ennid MR. ROUSE and MR. STONE, Coaches BOYS ' AND GIRLS ' TENNIS. First Row, Left to Right: Donna Barbour, Patty Hoff, Kate Franzen, Marilyn Sharp, Connie TroxeJ, Jane McCarthy, Penny Johnson, Marsha Stewart. Linda Latimer. Carolyn Hill, Karen Fisher. Second Row, Left to Right: Joyce Stefani, Joan Shebeck, Linda Roth, Susan Wheatley. Sandra McNally. Judi Robbins, Barbara Graves. Sue Williams. Linda Evans, Janet Brown, Cheryl DeCou. Third Row, Left to Right: Mr. Stone, Ralph Peterson, Steve Randall, Mike Shannon, Jim Feinberg, Richard Higdon, RoUand Townsend. Steve Hougher. Harry Morris, Eddie Allen, Roland Mansfield, Jim Latimer. NAKSri H A l.li 1 1 — liai k u i...iit: Heintz, Jerry Marturello, Robert Hums. Denny Joss. Don Sparks. Frank Uv hrancisc-o. Koii lieriy, (,ary Cms. (kiic ( .It-ssner. Larry Jandrey, Bill Foulkes. Front Row, Left to Right: Jim Selby, Mar- shall Allen, Alic Quijano, Leonard Moore, Phil Tannasi, Bob Lumsden, Bill Park, Gary Kamsey, Jim Schrock. SECOND TEAM BASEBALL -Front Kow. Left to Rifrht : Coai h Kt i n, Mike Snover, Lamatil Combs. Terry Warren. Evan Edwards. Danny Seltzer. Larry Pey lander, (lary Wicker. Marvin Kooney, Mike Mackey, Dave Kirkman. Jerry Reynoldson. Car- rol Moore. Second Row, Left to Right: John HIanke. Clayton Salem. Jerry Johnson, LeRoy Tassin. Cary Noble. Mel Henning, Dale Warner, Gary (ireene, Ronnie Lapham, Russell James, Walt Shaw, Ray Sparks. — 67 — J4. omecomin 9 ene5 Reporter Carolyn Neuwerth interviews Mary Mazza big- chief while braves Dexie Shoemaker, left, and Xanette Smith, right, look on. Below is the Homecoming snake dance held after the pep rally before the game. Queen and attendants from left to right, are: Dinny Barshell, princess; Nancy Wilson, Mrs. Bud Glew, 1949 queen ; Sondra Robbins, queen, Sue Vol- kamer, Sharon Hull, and Sharon Erick- MADKK.Al. SKMOKS Ciary Ramsey. Kileen Andrea Miller. -l.fft to KiKht: l.:i ltll Ahil.l. Dennis Arnold. Mary Ma Hassebrock. Jim Latimer. Helen Holton. Terry Mansfield, — 71 — r 5 V 77 - " " u, rJ " ' i «thy Serrill. April l eer. Cheryle Marshall. Helen Holton. Linda Chrisinifer, Cathy Erickson Martha Highland. Diane Davis. Linda Day. Mr. Whaley. Sandra McNally. Julie Serrill. Sharon Hull. Mary Mazza Carole Jones Harhara Hunch. Jeannine Hiatt. Barbara Lee. Diana Keyes. Second Row, Left to Right: (lermaine Trisler win. ourth Kow Left to Risrht: Linda Chamberlin. Eileen Hassebrock. Jo Irwin. Penny Johnson. Carolyn Hill. Sharon Hill, Dennis Shaffer. Mark McHeth Hob Cook. Doujr (Jraham. Gary Ramsey. Darlene Simmons. Sherry Adams. Hecky Maxt)n. Mary n : r . nlc ka.«« H..it..« f.fth Row. Left to RiRht : Ruby Say lor. Jeannette Robbins. Helen Reierson. Judy Hammer. Andrea inis Arnold, (iary Winter. Hob Beck, Terry Mansfield. Don Sparks. Mike Shannon, Jean Ipsen, Jo Colene Prokoj). Cladys Murphy. Overbeck, Karen Holton. Fifth Row Miller. Ralph Peterson. Den Shiffer, Madeline Graziano, .Senior and junior C li MR. WHALEY, Director i5r JLMoK . MORI S— First Rou. I .ft •„ Right: Mr. VhaU- l all..,. Christv Dvsart. I)i;u.a Frvman. Suzette Stephiii . J,, Anne Mortimer. .Marj.iu- Zaisdorf. liecky Kodt i . i.-nMr K.;nrn;in. Julie Within lon. Shirley Andre. Maxine Lucia, and Judy Lewis. Second Row, Left to Right: Christine Smith. Sue Freeman. Linda Gregory. Cheryl Lee, Ron Abernathy, Allen Essman. Don Whitmarsh, Jim Noland. Dick Campbell, RoNelle Copic. Linda Bacon, Patty Dray, Katie Baker, and Nancy Moon. Third Row, Left to Right: Connie Cordaro. Sue Danley. Carol Taber. Judy Badjfer. Andrea Miller. Tim Wilson, Clarence Jobe, Bob Runge. John Ojfden. Steve Erickson. Kathy Serrill. Colleen Van Scoyk. Kay Browning, Hope Feyen, Debby Alber, and Sue Fazio. Fourth Row. Left to Right: Shirley Santage, Jennifer Mansfield, Anne Monahan. Mary Jo Hill. Sharon Jones, Barbara Martens. Bob Dillard, Corey Phelps. Hob Griffin. Dave Johnson. John Moore. Linda Copic, Karen Slater, Susan Harbert, Jane C(X)k, and Clarita Strohl. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Vivian Briney. Karen Myerly. Connie Marten, Janice Butcher, Connie Wells, Pam Cremeens. James Davis. James Ver Huel, Bill McCutchen. Steve Tamasi. Doug Cowie, Judy Dennett, Janet Mc- Roberts, Sheryl Webb, Susan King, Toni Fontanini, Peggy Copic, and Pam Rundberg. — 72 — MR. WHALEY, Dinctur Marv ' Nil ' V ' " k " " ' H ' V ' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ary Jo Hill. Grkce Fo rSo na Smith. " Ja HnUhnh ' I in : « ' k SantaKe. Jane Cook. Betty St. John. Debby Alber. Sherry Adams. Marilyn Sharp. Sherr John n;«n; Th ' p " ' Harbert Fourth Row. Left to Rigrht : Dinny Barshall. Connie Wells. Judy Franklin. Mary St Rox?; J l- " " it ' Txi ' kV " t " " ' t ' Stanton. Judi Robbins. Donna Click. Toni Fontanni. Mr. Miller. D ane Sch ' ' Jennifer Mansfield. Pam Rundber . Janet McRoberts. Peggy Copie — 73 — iMttlMIHiMI MADKU.AL (.KOrP— Front Row. Left U, Kiuht: Ralph Petersen, Dennis Arnold, Marvin Thomason. Mark McBeth, G Terry Mansfield. Mike Shannon. Jim Latimer. Back Row, Left to Right: Linda Chamberlin Helen Holton. Kathy Serrill Eileen Hassebrock, Jeannette Robbins, Andrea Miller, Mr. Whaley, Cathy Erickson, Martha Highland, Becky Maxon, Mary Mazza, La- ilell Abild, Colene Prokop. MR. WHALEY Vocal Music MR. HENDERSON Band Director L l gl MiPw alii BAND— First Row, Left to Right: Sandy DeLeon, Margaret Yanasak, Don Pearson Jon r,r:ndle Bruce Walker, Stephen Ran- dell Gary Heck Second Row: Left to Right: Bob Greenleaf. Ken Erickson. Richard Remer. Bob Egar Ed Newman. Mark Wal- lace, Leonard Wallace. Rod Courtney. Gene LaRoque. Third Row. Left to Right: Donna Borbour, Linda i imer Katy (.ar- rtson. S e Michaelson. Sally Michaelson. Judy Hammer. Frank Bures. Marrianne Lett James Diemer. Fourth Row Left to Right. Nancy Bartholomew. Patty Hoff. Carmene Busch. Ray Woodmansee Jim Spitzmagel, Tom Wood. Richard Hidden, t if th Ron. Left to Right: Sandra Geyer. Jane Hassebrock, Nancy Johnson. PMlis Porter, Collette Hoover. Myrna Pe breast. Sixth Row. Left to Right: Dave Goodlaxon. Steve Rougher, Tom Lutcavish. Dominic Leo, Sandy Shepherd, Claik Wal- lace, Dennis Brighiwell, Mike Redfield, Jim Hall. Dennis Chadwick. — 74 — — 75 — — 77 — Janet Irwin Editor Senior l aiispfitter ta f Semi - nnuai MR. SANDERS, Advisor Deanna (i raves Makeup Carol Knudson Glossy Jt ' anne Newton Glossy Miaiuu Hull Sketches Linda Chrisinger Sketches Vicky ushell Organization Mary Jo Bates Organizations Bill Burress Sports Sue Steele Senior Life Darlene Simmons Highlights Sondra Robbins Circulation Pete Cara Advertising — 78 — Diane Devin Editor Carolyn Neuwerth Norma Murchison Christy Steward Makeup Co-Feature Co-Feature Joan Green Jackie Clark Mike Thompson Judy McFarland Columnist Columnist Sports Circulation Sue Volkamer Sandy McNally Lynda Long Linda Lewis Sports Columnist Copy Back Page Advertising — 79 — journalism l ewScastin Sta s JCWS Radio MR. SANDERS, Admsor Radine Ryan Beverly Tims Co-Editors of K,D.P.S. Radio JOURNALISM NEWS- CASTERS OVER KDPS— Front Row, Left to Riirht : Linda Chrisin er. S a 1 1 i e O ' Keefe, Sue Morey. Sec- ond Row, Left to Risrht: Carole Knudson, Marie Van Drew, Vicky Voshell. Third Row, Hoyleen Collins. Hetty O den. Lynda Lonjf. Back Row, Left to Rigrht: Sue Volkamer, Deanna Craves, Marlene Joss. JOURNALISM 2 CLASS— Front Row, Left to Rijcht: Betty Ogden, Sharon Ander- son, Karen Hellstern, Roy- leen Collins. Joan Fedro, Al Martinez, S a 1 1 i e O ' Keefe, Sue Morey, Marlene Joss. Back Row, Left to Rigrht: Dian Evans, Joyce Miller, Pearl (Ireen, Dianna Holmes, Marie Van Drew, Dennis Thielke, John Ster- ling, Larry Tarr. WE WERE YOUNG THAT YEAR By Aurand Harris Production directed by J. W. Pritchard Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., New York, N.Y. Nancy Aunt Sally Andy Marsha Betsy Ernie Joe Dunnie Patsy Jack Elsie Leona Prudy Steve Larry Carol Hudson Woman in Theater CAST (In order of appearance) Darlyne Cerst Vicki Voshell Dave Caskey Jeanie Murphy Beverly Tims Mickey Griff en Mike Shannon Craig Comiskey Cindy O ' Conner Richard Queener Jacque Rebmann Barbara Lee Darlene Corcoran Jerry Austin John Myerly ' ii " ginia McNutt Eddie Allen Diana Graves PRODUCTION STAFF Assistant Director Stage Manager Property Manager Lighting Sound Program Artists Tickets Girls Quartet Publicity Prompters Mary Overbeck (iary Hubbard Jean Reynolds Carolyn Fagen Barbara Jones Jo Reynolds Sherilyn Bason, Diana Davis Sally Hardenbrook Linda Chamberlain Susan Parks Joy Magers, Judy Badger, Susan Cox PRODUCTION CREWS Stage Crew: Dale Coffman, Dennis Thielke, Nancy Moon, Nancv Villines, Richard Knight. Property Crew: Karen Bacon, Wilma Walker, Jerome Bradley, Terry Warren, Jo Irwin, Claudia Jones. Lighting: John Blake, Gary Coe, Raye Masolini, Danny Watkins. Sound: Carole Mark, Diana Reyes, Sara Jones, Grace McCool. Programs: Jolene Dray. Tickets: Janiece Schuster, Diane Evans, Judy McCauley, Judy Fedro, Ann Woods, Diane Stanton, Sandra Bradley, Jude Berard, Diane Wilson, Linda Meek, Cathy Funaro, Donna Elliott. Girls Quartet: Pamela Roberts, Judy Lett, Sherry Florer, Linda f.atimer. Publicity: Janet Brown, Sheryle Keefer, Linda Fryman, Linda Ferguson, Judy Byg. Alternate Prompters: Jo Irwin, Carolyn Fagen, Raye Masolini. GREEN ROOM NOTES Dave Caskey in Pygmalion. Dave Caskey, Vicki Voshell in Curtain Going Up. Dave Caskey, Darlyne Gerst, Mary Overbeck in Sev €nteenth Summer. Mary Overbeck in Letters to Lucerne. Dave Caskey, Mary Overbeck, Vicki Voshell, Carole Mark, Jerome Bradley, Susan Cox, Gary Coe in Behind This Mask. Also Darlyne Gerst, Jeanie Murphy and Jolene Dray. — 82 — — 88 — ( T III. S( ' ENE I — Seated. Left to Rijfht : Virginia McNutt. Barbara Lee, Jacque Rebmann, Darlyne Gerst. Bev Tims. Standing:. . ft to Kifrht : Mike Shannon, Mickey (Iriffen, Darlene Corcoran. cened r ASSEMBLED CAST-SEATED. Left to Right: Craig Comiskey, Cindy O ' Conner. Standing. Left to Right: Darlyne Gerst, Dave Cas- key, Diana Graves, Vicki Voshell, Jeannie Murphy, John Myerly, Virginia McNutt, Eddie Alien, Jacque Rebmann, Mike Shannon. Darlene Corcoran. Bev Tims, Mickey Griffen. Barbara Lee, Richard Queener. — 84 — + — — New student council officers for the spring semester were Phil Miller, president; Bob Beck, vice-president ; Norma Murchison, secretary ; Sharon Hull, treasurer; and Marvin Thomason, chief justice. Heading the Railsplitter staff as editor was Diane Devin. Her staff editors were: Carolyn Neuwerth, front page; Christy Steward and Norma Murchison, feature page; Joan Green and Jackie Clark, feature columnists; Lynda Long, back page; Mike Thompson, sports page; Sue Volkamer, sports columnist; Sandy McNally, proof editor; Linda Lewis, advertising manager; and Judy McFarland, circulation manager. Senior students won recognition in the Scholastic Arts Awards sponsored in Iowa by Younkers. Official recognition was given at a dinner in the form of awarding gold achievement keys to the students. Seniors who received keys were: Robert Byg, Sue Cosner, Richard Foust, Sherilyn Bascon, Chuck Mettler, Colene Prokop, Richard Croll, Sharon Villines, Beverly Tims and Carol Parks. Kenneth Heck was named finalist in the 1959- 1960 National Merit Scholarship competition. 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AT 8-7836 Des Moines, Iowa Gail Boltinghouse Dan Mcllhon Joe Loffredo James AAoore Dorothy Sargent Fifty four hundred South West Ninth I at Kenyon — 95 — + +• Greetings To Our Lincoln High School Friends DES MOINES ' FIRST DRIVE-IN BANK Capital City State Banl( East Fifth Locust Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Mennber Federal Reserve Systenn WILDEN HOSPITAL 1347 Capitol Phone AM 6-5183 Auto Air Conditioners Custom Auto Radios COMPLETE SALES and SERVICE PARTS and UNITS HAROLD BOBBINS, Inc. Iowa ' s Auto Parts and Air Conditioning Center 1437 WALNUT DES MOINES. IOWA CONGRATULATIONS JUNE I960 GRADUATES FROM NOAH ' S CLEANERS DRY CLEANERS — TAILORING DYEING Free Pickup and Delivery Dwight Noah, Prop. The Best Buy In Cleaning Is Qualify S. W. 9th Leiand AT 2-82 10 DES MOINES. IOWA — 96 — CONGRATULATIONS Marshall ' s Cities Service Washing Tires Accessories Greasing Batteries Light Tune-up Pick Up And Delivery S.W. 9th Thornton — Ph. 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AT 8-1923 Mills DX Service Tune Up Service Lubrication Brake Service S.W. 9th Gray AT 3-9819 — 98 — Cassons Market 616 CHERRY CH 3-3221 or CH 3-3793 Hartman ' s Cafe For food At Ifs Best Go To Hartman ' s 102 Sixth Avenue CH 3-9258 IGRAVINGS By The Register and Tribune Commercial Engravin DEPARTMENT 715 Locust St Des Moine fJpwa CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF I960 DILLEY MFG. COMPANY Manufacturers of: High Quality Yearbook Covers " Attract-All " Albums " Modern Arts " Catalogue Covers Phone AM 6-6524 2703 E. Grand • Des Moines 17, Iowa — 99 — t +■ CONGRATULATIONS JUNE I960 GRADUATES FROM HOME OIL COMPANY Fuel Oil Delivered 107 E. 6th Phone CH 3-6456 AIRPORT BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY SALON We Specialize On All Types of Modern Hair Styles Open 8 a.m. — 6 p.m. Every Day Except Monday N. Bernal Barbers John Scavo Felix Garcia Beauty Operator — Charlotte True Expert Shoe Shine By Milton Madison C. DE YOUNG SUPER MART GROCERIES MEATS HOME OWNED STORE FREE DELIVERY 2001 S.E. 6th St. Phone CH 4-5197 CONGRATULATIONS FROM WHITAKER PHARMACY Si ore Phone AT2.9134 1109 Army Post Road , + I — 100 — — + + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Tucker ' s " 66 " PERSONALIZED SERVICES 3001 S.W. 9th — CH 3-9875 OR 923 Army Post Road — CH 3-9079 Start Learning to Fly Now . . . DES MOINES FLYING SERVICE Howard V. Gregory, Manager . . . Prepare for the Future AT 8-2218 PIPER DISTRIBUTOR FOR IOWA NEBRASKA Self-Propelled The Thunder Bird 22 " Model RA-89 Powered By Briggs Sfraffon 3 H.P. 4-Cycle Engine H o m k o POWER MOWING • Fingertip Operation • Flexor Blade • Quick " Extra Range " Cutting Height Adjustment Western Tool and Stamping 2724 Second Avenue — 101 — Senior (Continued from pagre 94) It is painted attractive colors with new furniture and a jukebox to go with it. We ' ll always re- member our good times there. ' ' Movies ' and " April Fools ' ' were the themes for the 12 A Get Together, April 1. The day started with a breakfast in the cafeteria at 7:00 a.m. Later, a contest was held for the best cos- tumes. Larry Luick and Pat Carter were chosen best single costume. First prize to the best group was awarded to " Pillow Talk. " All the seniors attended their classes in their various costumes. Angelo Bellizzi received the honor of being nominated for West Point by his congressman be- cause of his high score on a civil service examina- tion. " We Were Young That Year ' the spring play, was presented at Lincoln on April 7 and 8 at 3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Darlyne Gerst led the cast of characters as Nancy, a young teenage girl. Dave Caskey played the part of Andy, a young teenage boy. Other 12A ' s who participated were Vicky Voshell, Mary Overbeck, Diana Graves and Bev Tims. Three Lincoln High students entered the Hawkeye State Science Fair held at Veterans (Continued on page 110) Congratulations, Class of I960 i iverside Jiotidtd Flowers Are Our Specialty ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF GIFTS 1309 S.E. First AT 8-3113 COMPLIMENTS Iowa Concrete Block Materials Co. " OLDEST AND LARGEST IN CENTRAL IOWA " 820 S.W. 9th Des Moines Congratulations Graduating Class PERRY MOORE SERVICE Complete Brake Service Moblloll Mobilgas — Greasing Washing — Battery Service Tire Repairing Operator: WALTER HERMAN Phone CH 3-999! 3501 S.W. 9th St. — 102 — ♦ + CONGRATULATIONS FROM Doctor Dan Toriello East Des Moines Clinic 623 E. 12th Street PHONE AM 6-3297 •■+ + ■ CONGRATULATIONS I960 GRADUATES Des Moines Sales District Tractor Implement Division Ford Motor Company t + THE G 6t L CLOTHING and SHOES MEYER and HARRY 205 West Seventh Dial CH 3-743 I Des Moines, Iowa 4 ♦ SUPERIOR " 400 " QUALITY GASOLINE PREMIUM MOTOR OIL — 103 — t CONGRATULATIONS From PARK YENUE CLINIC 3305 S. W. 9th Phone CH 3-7625 MOFFITT BUILDING MATERIAL Plastering Materials Bricic Masonry Materials Sand, Gravel, Limestone Roofing and Siding — Insulation 621 S. W. 7th Street PHONES Office AT 8-7259 Home CH 4-2528 Capital Service MOBIL GAS OILS Wheel Alignment and Balancing East 14th Court Phone AM 6-9248 Herb Boock, Owner OPEN 6:30 A.M. TILL 9:00 P.M. 7 DAYS A WEEK USE Yellow Cabs PHONE CH 3-1111 — 104 — COMPLIMENTS OF Slioe ore lib Walnut CH 3-4294 EVEN THE GRADUATES |ACH DU LIEBER THEY IS SCHMART!) ARE CHEERING THE VALUES DURING DAVIDSONS DIAMOND JUBILEE . S A ff CONGRATULATIONS FROM Stevens Food Market 101 East Army Post Road ! i 4 " CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Des Moines Savings Loan Association 210 Sixth Ave. AT 2-8303 — 105 — MINI Yes, the Plain Talk Publishinp: Company has you in mind, and others who want the character of their printinK to reflect the intrinsic value and quality of a prod- uct, business, or ranization or individual. To accomplish these printing requirements, we have combined all of the human and me- chanical elements necessary to provide our customers quality printing: creative assist- ance, full value and fast service. Have your future printing tailored to meet your requirements by our creative art dei)artment. Phone Plain Talk, where you are kept in mind. PLAIN TALK PUBLISHING CO. Phon ' ATlantic 2 0485 511 6th Ave East Des Moines. Iowa Pioneer Jewelers of Iowa HEADQUARTERS For 1960 Senior Class Rings and Pins. NO MONEY DOWN— Payments as low as $1 per week Have you seen our new $12.95 ' ' Going Steady ' ' diamond ring? Plumb Jewelry Store Walnut at Sixth Des Moines CONGRATULATIONS TO THE I960 JUNE GRADUATES BANKERS TRUST COMPANY 6th and Locust Street Member F. D. I. C. COMPLIMENTS ODEA Finance Company 1117 Locust Street DES MOINES. IOWA I — 106 — •+ i Fort Des Moines Clinic DR. JAMES R. SHAFFER, D.O. Physician and Surgeon 5925 S.W. 9th Phone AT 8-5023 KOCH BROTHERS Printers • Stationers • Bookbinders Office Outfitters • Office Machines GRAND AVENUE AT FOURTH DES MOINES Telephone CHerry 4-4224 Why don t you " 4 look into the equitable? When you ' r e starting out in L ' business you want to affiliate yourself with a good sound company and one that has the interest of its employ- ees at heart. Here at the Equitable Life of Iowa you work in pleasant surroundings n among congenial people ' — all friendly and helpful. Then too, there are so many things done to build up the right men- tal attitude and to keep morale high. Twice a day for instance, a coffee cart visits each floor of the building with hot and cold beverages and pastries. There Q are regular paid vaca- y J ] tions, salary increases ■ ■ Ir and all kinds of oppor tunities for ad vancement in your position with the company. Also there is a complete med- ical service room with an attendant nurse for little ills and discom- forts and a generous sick leave plan, too. Why don ' t you look into the Equitable — ask for Miss Bush at the Personnel Office, 1317 , Equitable Building, and discuss the opportuni- ties that exist lor you. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF IOWA FOUNDED 1867 DES MOINES — 107 — CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JUNE I960 CLASS FROM Dr. E. L. Ramsey OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 3620 S.W. 12th Ph. OH 3-6537 — + DENNY BRANN DRUGS F. T. BINDER. Prop. Telephone CHerry 3-61 I I 720 Locust St. Des Moines Congratulations June 7960 Graduates Jack DeLeon Custom Home Builders 1315 S.E. Johnston Phone AT 2-1740 — 108 — Congratulations to each and every nnennber of the June ' 60 class. We wish you all the happiness in the world upon taking this important step. Loffredo 1353 Park Ave. Complete Wiring AT 2-5528 ODEA CHEVROLET CO. " Des Moines Oldest Aufo Dealer " NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS 623 East Grand Avenue Tel. CH 4-4195 4. FOR CAMPUS OR CAREER • • • Luggage By America ' s Foremost Manufacturers Samsonite American Tourister Hartmann Wheary Skyway Atlantic It Costs No More to Buy tfie Best H A D D O N S ' Charge - It " Walnut at Eighth — 109 — Senior Spring J iQlidalili (Continued from page 102) Auditorium, April 9. Bob Silverthorne, Jim Cleveland and Larry Luick entered a ballistic experiment. Linda Lewis and David Caskey were chosen by the journalism 2 class to model the Younkers ad that appears in this book. We ' ll never forget Suntho Teao, Cambodian foreign exchange student who was a nice part of our lives during our senior year. May ' ' was the theme of the 12A informal dance held on Friday, May 6 from 8:00 p.m. to 11 :00 p.m. in the cafeteria. Our senior class banquet was held at Younkers on May 31. The seniors held their formal at the Val Air Ballroom on June 8. The baccalaureate and parent tea took place in the Lincoln auditorium on June 5 at 3:00 p.m. Class day was held on June 7. After participa- tion in the program, we received our class ribbon and roses. Commencement was held June 9 at 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Although we had some regrets in leaving Lincoln High, we know we have many fine memories of our past six years and we feel that we are ready to face the many responsibili- ties which we will encounter in the future. HOME OF Hammond Organs • Hammond Chord Organs FAMOUS NAME PIANOS • Steinway • George Steele • Chickering • Wurlitzer STONER PIANO COMPANY, INC. H. C. OLSON " Every Transaction Guaranteed " 1013 - 15 Walnut CONGRATULATIONS JUNE I960 GRADUATES VAN GINKEL and SONS 2927 S.E. 14th CH 3-7378 Visit Your Barber Regularly Look Your Best Two Chairs To Serve You! Angelo Franco James McCoy YOU ' RE NEXT AT The James Barber Shop 106 S.E. Indianola Rd. AT 8-9627 KIDDIES! We love ' em, bring ' em in any time- Boys or Girls Yes! We ' ll shine your shoes, cut your hair, shampoo your head or shave your face. WE HELP YOU " LOOK YOUR BEST " Across From Stemma D ' ltalia Club — 110 — NOW SOUTH DES MOINES HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING AND ELECTRIC makes it easy for you to have GENERAL ELECTRIC WHOLE HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING Live better — improve your property — with ultra-modern General Electric " Whole House " Air Conditioning. It ' s easy to install no matter what kind of heating system you have. IF you have warm air heating chances are you already have an adequate duct systenn. We ' ll just add a General Electric Cooling Unit to your system IF you have hot water or steam the model for you is a compact General Electric Air-Cooled " packaged " Unit that can be installed anywhere and provides cooling for every room. IF you have no central heating a brand new General Electric Custom or Imperial Gas Furnace — or Custom Oil Furnace — with a General Electric Cooling Unit answers your year ' round needs. AIR CONDITIONING COSTS AS LITTLE AS $20 A MONTH For full information, call us today GENERAL ELECTRIC SOUTH DES MOINES HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING AND ELECTRIC 908 Park Avenue AT 8-4283 — 111 — » — + CAMPBELL HEATING AIR CONDITIONING CO. Central Air Conditioning Systems Engineered and Installed For Your Health and Comfort DEHUMIDIFIERS HUMIDIFIERS ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS Serviruj the Home Ovmers For 80 Years Congratulations Graduates From Frank Holmes Jewelry DIAMONDS — MOUNTINGS WEDDING SETS 3 II KP Building + . at the Top of the class always Seven-Up America ' s favorite fresh-up is straight " A " with students everywhere . . . Don ' t fail at parties. Keep plenty of chilled Seven-Up in the refrigerator. Seven-Up Bottling Company - Des Moines Congratulations Seniors From Brownie ' s Parking Serving You at These Convenient Downtown Locations: 207 FIFTH 407 NINTH 706 NINTH 323 FOURTH 521 MULBERRY 901 WALNUT 1214 WALNUT — 112 — For The Finest In Graduation Portraits It ' s iamorizeJ f lioto rapli Exclusively At Wolfi Home of the " LA PETITE. " Finest Billfold Photos For " Swapin " Good Portraits Need Not Be Expensive 4 + CRESCENT CHEVROLET COMPANY NEW CARS TRUCKS— 5th Keo Telephone AT 8-0281 USED CARS— 12th LOCUST Telephones AT 8-028 1 — AT 8-1988 DES MOINES 9. IOWA HELPFUL Banking Service VALLEY BANK TRUST CO WALNUT AT FOURTH Where Every Customer Is Important Member F. D. I. C. — 113 — Van Dyck FOR GAS HEAT CH 3-4179 Congratulations June I960 Graduates O ' Donnell S Q Hardware OPEN SUNDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. 1201 Army Post Road CH 3-0531 Mc Donald ' s SPEEDEE DRIVE-INS Home of fhe 15c Hamburgers 2540 Hubbell Ave. 4814 S.W. 9th Compliments of The Stores to go for the brands you know. LOW LOW PRICES PLUS S H Green Stamps — 114 — Look for the Rack With the Snack In the Scotch Plaid Sack THAT ' S HI LAND POTATO CHIPS CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS JAMES J air SlifteS of iitinclii PHONE CHerry 3-4316 Room 266, K P BUILDING DES MOINES, IOWA Be A Parf of fhe PICTURE Af . . . DRAKE UNIVERSITY-A GROWING CAMPUS ' Interested In Your Future " — 115 — ALWAYS PLAN YOUR FUTURE K Your Best Investment After Your Education — Is Real Estate HOMES ACREAGES FARMS REALTY Office OH 4-9 1 83 4320 S.W. 9th St. Notary Public and Insurance + COMPLIMENTS FROM South Des Moines ' Only Complete Suburban Department Store FEATURING CLOTHING, SHOES, YARD GOODS. BABYLAND, TOYS, GIFTS, HOUSEWARES AND FURNITURE MARASCO ' S SHOPPING CENTER 1961 Indlanola Ave. Phone AT 8-6778 Compliments To The June I960 Graduating Class Pepsi Cola Bottling Co, Kenny Cockayne Sales Manager Dick Hulse Manager 95 UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE CH 3-6281 — 116 —
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