Abraham Lincoln High School - Railsplitter Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)
- Class of 1961
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dedication ' We, I lie ne 1961 Senior (Li ass. dedicate litis Semi- lnnual to 1 YjrS. t ol l inS, 1 Yjiss Scanlan and 1 Yji SI, erivooc! ret i ri iicj t each erS, wlio In (jiven long and I ' ailli ul Sem it e to tjClncofn Jdigli School. fiss tat e ib(e (Contents r a 9 faculty 5 Seniors Organizations 39 Wu U 51 ports 63 journalism 71 j£)rama 75 JJifffififffitd 84 Cover design by Charles Mettler — 3 — r 3n l ememL ranee Sherilyn Kay Smith July 28, 1943 — October 5, 1960 Sherilyn was active at Lincoln on the Drill Team, and in the French and Latin Clubs. She also was a student of voice, piano and drama; she had participated in the drama shows at the Iowa State Fair. She was in the Flying Hoofs club. A trophy will be given each year in her memory to the person who shows the most sportsmanship throughout the year. She was a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints. She was in the youth group, and had been recreation chairman. " Sherilyn was rather shy and quite reserved. In her senior year she came into her own. She was a girl with much pride. " September 22, 1943 — October 5, 1960 Karen attended Park Avenue grade school and Nathan Weeks junior high school before entering Lincoln. At Lincoln she was active in the Student Council, Pep Club, Girl ' s Club, and Secretarial Staff. She had taken many secretarial courses. She was in the Adco Company of the Junior Achieve- ment. She attended the Fort Des Moines Methodist Church where she had not missed a Sunday in nine years. " Karen always had a good time, was jolly, and had a wonderful disposition. " Karen Lee Utley FAY CLEARY Nurse HELEN HOLT Librarian Lorin H. Graaff Barbara Grant Wayne D. Heintz D l Hi t Edward Hemenway Alyce Holland Bill Henderso Judith Hess Jerald Hickey Richard Hoskins Edward Kern Kathryn Kirkhoff John A. McWhirtcr Jed Miller A. Irene Moroney Richard Malliet Gordon W. Opel Joseph Pritrhard Jean Richardson Mahel I. Rohhins Glenn A. Rouse — 9 — JOHN GUNSON President Marilyn Sue Adamson . . . A spirited personality will describe Marilyn. She has participated in tennis. Mermaids and belonged to Leaders Club. She belonged to the Dorian Art Club, Homemaking Staff, and in her senior year she was on the (let-Together Committee. Her hobbies include swimming, and wa- ter skiing. Ambition : Attend an airline school in Denver and become an airline hostess. Maureen Barrett . . . I aughter and the gift for conversa- tion are among Mimi ' s assets. She has been a member of Student Coun- cil and has been on the honor roll. Mimi has taken part in Girls Glee Club and Senior Chorus. During senior high she was on the Drill Team and the Prom Committee. Wa- ter skiing, skating and swimming are Mimi ' s hobbies. Ambition: Attend S.U.I, for nurse ' s training. Marilyn Kay Anderson . . . Giving a warm and happy smile to all is Marilyn. She belonged to Fu- ture Nurses, of which she was the treasurer, Latin Club. Nurses Staff, and Pep Club. She has been men- tioned on the honor roll and in her senior year she was a member of the Treasury Committee. Outside of school Marilyn belongs to her church choir and M.Y.F. In her spare time she enjoys playing the piano, swim- ming, and ice-skating. Ambition: Take nursing at Iowa Methodist Hospital. Lee Harlow Andre . . . Lee. or better known as Lincoln ' s commanding general, is a combina- tion of intelligence and humor. He has been on the honor roll and be- longed to the Latin Club. Lee has participated in football and baseball and in his senior year he was a member of the Get-Together Commit- tee. Outside of school he belonged to the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Obtaining history on Brit- ain and hunting are among his hob- bies. After graduation Lee plans to attend the State University of Iowa and major in chemical engineering. Ambition: Earn a Commission in the Marine Corps and command a jet squadron aboard an aircraft carrier. Jeanne Mildred Armbrest . . . Pretty eyes and a quick smile are traits of " Dolly. " She has been in the band for six years, and served on the Girls Club, Pep Club, and the Informal Committee. " Dolly " has served in 4-H Club as president and reporter. She has participated in soccer, and badminton. Outside of school she enjoys skating and danc- ing. Ambition: Become a secretary. Brian Dee Baker . . . Brian ' s ability to ride horses has won him fame throughout Iowa. One of his outstanding trophies is the Iowa Saddle Association Award for being the best equitation rider in Iowa, which he has received for the past two years. He has participated in swimming, track, and football throughout senior high and has re- ceived three letters for swimming. Brian has taken part in radio, by going to K.D.P.S. for radio and tele- vision work. He has belonged to Stu- dent Council for the past two years and he has served as chairman of the Social Committee. Brian also won a gold key for craft work. Ambition: Attend Missouri State Teachers College. Donna Belle Betts . . . Donna, with her warm personality came to Lincoln from Florida in her junior year. At Edgewater High she was in Girls Glee Club for three years. At Lincoln she has served on Student Council. Office Staff, and the Get Together Committee. Outside of school she belonged to Junior Achievement. Ambition: Become t. beautician. Stephen Lester Bougher . . . A witty personality and his musical ability are characteristics of Steve. He has lettered in tennis and has participated in football and basket- ball. During his senior year he wrote a poem that was published in The National Poetry Midwest Anthology, and served on the Get-Together Committee. His hobby is music and he was a member of the Pit Band, and was chosen for the All-City Band. Ambition: Attenc. the State Univer- sity of Iowa. Sandra Jean Bradley . . . " Sandy " has a sparkling personality and enjoys many activities, among them are horseback riding, skiing, and swimming. She was a member of Mermaids, and was on the Gym Staff. She belongs to the Drill Team. Pep Club, and has held the responsi- bility of president of the Friendship Club, chairman of the Prom Com- mittee, and was columnist of the Railsplitter. She belonged to Future Teachers and Rainbow. During her senior year. Sandy helped build the 1960 Homecoming Symbol. Ambition: Attend college, then enter an airline school. Jackie Lee Breitkreutz . . . A witty and friendly personality de- scribes Jackie. She has served on Secretarial Staff for two semesters, was on the Stenographic Committee in 12A and was a hall monitor. She was a member of the Girl ' s Club and Pep Club. Jackie ' s hobbies include bowling and reading. Ambition: Become a successful secre- tary. Marilyn Ora Brightwell . . . Marilyn ' s happy spirit, and musical ability have been a credit to Lincoln. She played in the Senior Hand, Pit Hand, and was chosen for the All- City Hand. " Brig h ty " belonged to the Pep Club, Student Council, Leaders Club and served on the Informal Committee. Outside of school she belonged to M.Y.F. and Rainbow in which she received her gold wreath for attendance last year. Ambition: Attend I.B.M. and become a secretary. Palt Host ' Brockman . . . Patty has that Irish smile and laughter that is known so well. She was chosen vice-president of the Secretarial Staff during her senior year, secretary of homeroom 105, and organization co-editor of the Senior Railsplitter. She has received honorable mention on the honor roll, belonged to the Office Staff, Home- making Staff, and was on the Get Together Committee. Patty enjoys dancing, bowling and swimming. Ambition: Work at Hell Telephone Company. Eleanor (). Brown . . . Eleanor ' s perky, peppy spirit is known by all. She has served on Junior and Senior Student Council and Homemaking Staff for two se- mesters. She was a member of the Drill Team, Mermaids, and the Pep Club. During her senior year she was on the Commencement Commit- tee. Her hobbies include dancing and swimming. Ambition: Become a secretary. Bonny Jean Browning . . . Bonny has that spark that keeps things alive and is a definite addi- tion to Lincoln ' s school spirit. Bonny has participated in Drill Team, Leaders club and Pep club. In her senior year she was chosen sketch co-editor of the Senior Railsplitter, helped on the 1960 Homecoming symbol, and served on the Prom Committee. Outside of school she is in Rainbow and in her spare time she plays the piano, teaches swim- ming, and ice skates. Ambition : Become a secretary. Barbara Kay Burchfield . . . Barbara ' s happy spirit highlights her personality. She was president and vice-president of the Future Nurses Club. She belonged to the Future Nurses Staff, Red Cross Committee, Student Council, and was on the Get Together Committee. She was chosen organization editor of the Senior Rail Staff during her senior year. Barbara participates in Mermaids, Pep Club, tennis and was a Y-Teen leader. Her hobbies include skating, swimming, and tennis, also she en- joys sewing and makes many of her clothes. Ambition : Attend Mercy Hospital for nurses training in Des Moines. Frank Allen Bures . . . Frank represented Lincoln in drama, golf, and music in an outstanding way. He has been on the honor roll continuously, and received a letter of commendation in the National Iftrfl Scholarship competition. He has been a Hawkeye State representative and an American Field Service candidate for the New Zealand Program. He participated in golf for three years in which he received two letters, and served on the Banquet Committee. He belonged to the All-City Band, and had the honor of being clarinet soloist in the 1960 All State Or- chestra. Ambition: Attend Drake and Illinois and study music. Bonnie Jean Burgett . . . A shy, sweet manner describes Bon- nie. In school she belonged to the Ciirls Glee Club and Stenographic Committee. Outside of school she be- longed to the Overcomers in Church, in which she served as president and secretary. She enjoys reading, and her hobbies are swimming, and skat- ing. Ambition: Attend Open Bible Col- lege. Robert Leonard Burns . . . Bob has been an all-around athlete during his years at Lincoln. He has shown this by participating in bas- ketball for four years and has par- ticipated in baseball for three years and received two monograms. He was a gym instructor at Lincoln, and the Y.M.C.A. Bob was on the honor roll and has served as a moni- tor. His hobby is baseball. Ambition: Attend Iowa State Teach- ers College, and become a successful coach. Carmene Kay Busrh . . . Carmene is little but mighty in her many activities. She was a member of Future Teachers, Leaders ' Club, and has placed on the honor roll. She was a member of Lincoln ' s marching and concert band. Out- side of school she participated in the Horizon Club, a Dixieland Combo, the C.H.I.X., and teaches accordion. Ambition: Attend L.B.S.C. or Drake and major in music and secondary education. Robert Noel Byg . . . A smile on his face and a paint brush in his hand describes Bob. He has served in the Art Service Home- room, and the Dorian Art Club, in which he served as treasurer. Bob has received seven gold keys and seven honorable mention ' s in the Scholastic Art Awards. He designed the Younker Ad and has received a D.M.A.C. scholarship to the Art Center. He received an honorable mention in the 1960 Handicapped Poster Contest, and plans to sub- mit a portfolio to Iowa State Teach- ers College for a possible four year scholarship. Outside of art he has participated in tennis for three se- mesters. He received the key for the June Class and worked on the Com- mencement Committee. Ambition: Attend college and major — 14- Sandra Sue Cain . . . Throughout the halls of Lincoln Sandy is known for her witty per- sonality. She has served on the Get Together Committee and as a moni- tor. During her senior year she was chosen glossy editor of the Senior Railsplitter. In her leisure time she collects records. Ambition: Become a successful re- ceptionist. James Albert Caligiuri . . . Jim, a tall, dark, and handsome boy, came to Lincoln in 12 B from Wau- kee High School. There he was a member of both the Mixed Chorus and Boys Chorus. At Waukee he al- so belonged to the Hobby Club, Cam- era Club and participated in base- ball at Lincoln. He has served on the Get Together Committee. Ambition: Attend college. Linda L. Chamberlin . . . Music, studies and a smile for every- one keeps Linda busy. Her high scholastic ability was proven by her being placed on the honor roll for two years. Linda was accompanist for the Senior Choir, the Boys Glee Club, and the Madrigal singers. She also has played the organ for special assemblies. She belonged to Futu it- Teachers, Latin Club, Y-Teens, and served on the Banquet committee. Outside of school she enjoys playing the piano and the organ, and swim- ming. Ambition: Attend Drake, major in music education, and then become a teacher. .inda Mae Clark . . . Her gift of conversation has won her many friends. While at Lincoln she has been in Girls Glee Club, Junior and Senior Chorus and has served as secretary of both choruses. She has been on the honor roll, Pep Club, and Publicity Committee of the Girls Club. During her senior year, she was in the Drill Team and on the Informal Committee. In her spare time she likes to play the piano. Ambition : To study music and busi- ness administration. Sharon Arlene Clark . . . With enthusiasm and a warm per- sonality, Sharon has contributed much to Lincoln. She was president and vice-president of the Secretarial Staff, and a member of Future Teachers. She was in the Junior and Senior Chorus and also the Girls Glee Club. During her senior year she was circulation manager of the Railsplitter and worked on the Stenographic Committee. She was chosen by the 12A journalism class to represent them in the Younker ad. Ambition: Become a legal secretary. Dale Lawrence Coffman . . . Dale is quiet yet friendly with every- one. He has served as a hall moni- tor for four years, and he partici- pated in the City Wide Disaster Drill in his senior year. His hobby is working on motors. Ambition: Attend Iowa State and be- come an engineer. Ivan H. Coldwell . . . Ivan is a very friendly person with musical interests. He has served Lincoln by being in Orchestra for three years and in his senior year he served on the Cap and Gown Committee. His hobbies are photo- graphy and bowling. Outside of school he participates in the Grace Baptist Y.F.C. Ambition: Study law at Drake. Carrie Ann Cole . . . Carrie, with her lively personality came to Lincoln from Colfax in her senior year. While she attended Col- fax she participated in basketball. Mini soft hall. At Lincoln she belonged to Office Staff, Library Staff. Mixed Chorus, and the Get Together Com- mittee. Outside of school Carrie be- longs to 4-H. Her hobby is collecting stuffed and china dogs. Ambition: Become a secretary Linda Gene Copic . . . Linda can always be found laugh- ing, and having fun. She partici- pated in tennis, Girls Glee Club, Senior Chorus, and served on the Class Day Committee. Outside of school she is a member of Youth Fellowship and Junior Achievement. In her leisure time she enjoys swim- ming and tennis. Ambition: To make a career of busi- ness administration. Pat A. Cord . . . Pat ' s ability to bring laughter every- where he goes marks him as the top comedian at Lincoln. His favorite sports are football and track in which he has taken part for two years, and received one monogram for football. In twelfth grade he worked on the Homecoming symbol, and served on the Treasurer Commit- tee. Ambition : Attend Missouri State Teachers College. — 15- Jud Ann Cowie . . . Judy ' s friendliness and cleverness placed her in many important of- fices. She served as president of Girls Club, Office Staff, chairman of the Program Committee of the Girls Club, secretary of homeroom, and columnist of the Railsplitter. Judy has also participated in Junior and Senior Chorus, Girls Glee Club, Radio and Speech. Office Staff, Stu- dent Council for three semesters, and tennis. During her senior year she was chosen a cheerleader in which she received a letter, and she served on the Banquet Committee- Her fa- vorite hobbies include swimming, bowling, and playing tennis. Ambition: To graduate from college. Dennis Albert Crawford . . . Dennis has contributed much to Lin- coln through his artistic ability. He has received one gold key and one honorable mention, and entered the Scholastic Art Contest this year. He has been on the honor roll twice, and served on Class Day Committee. In sports Dennis has participated in baseball, and bowling. Archery, and art crafts are Dennis ' hobbies. Ambition: Attend Iowa State Uni- versity. Gary Dean Crees . . . Gary ' s witty and friendly disposition marks him as an AU-American boy. He has contributed much to athletics by participating in football, basket- ball, and baseball. He received one monogram in each sport and was chosen co-captain of the basketball team. He received honorable mention on the honor roll and was chosen for the Younker ad and cap and gown picture. He was a Homecoming at- tendant and sports editor of the Senior Railsplitter. During his senior year he had the honor of being chosen vice-president of his class. Ambition: Attend Northeast Missouri State Teachers College. Nelson L. Cunningham . . . Scholastically and athletically, Nel- son is tops. For four years, he has been on the honor roll. He placed ninth in the Iowa State Drafting Contest, and the Kiwanian of Feb- ruary. He was president and treas- urer of the Latin Club for two se- mesters, Y.F.C. Club, and served on the Baccalaureate Committee in his senior year Nelson served in Stu- dent Council for two years and was candidate for both president and vice-president. He participated in wrestling, cross country running, and track. He received three mono- grams for cross country, and two for track. Ambition: Attend Wheaton Bible College, the S.U.I.. and become a medical missionary. Barbara Lee Curley . . . " Barb " has contributed much pep, drive and school spirit to Lincoln. She received two monograms in cheerleading, and during her senior year she was chosen captain. She belonged to Pep Club, Leaders Club, Social Committee, and the Prom Committee. Barb was a member of the Senior Chorus and was selected for Madrigal and All-State Chorus. She received honorable mention in the Hallmark Art Award and be- longed to the Dorian Art Club and the Art Staff. She also represented Lincoln for the Younker Teen Board. Her biggest thrill was being a 1960 Homecoming Attendant. Ambition: Attend Oklahoma City University. Allen L. Dickes . . . Intelligence and leadership blended together has placet! Allen in the finals of the National Merit Scholar- ship test. Allen has been on the hon- or roll three years and has served on the Commencement Committee. He was chosen for the high office of president of the Student Council during his senior year, and was also president of the Latin Club. He has participated in sports and has re- ceived a letter in spring track and cross country. Ambition : Attend I.S.U. and major in chemical engineering. James Philip Diemer . . . Jim ' s swimming ability has con- tributed much to Lincoln. He has participated in swimming and track and has received two monograms in each. He belonged to Senior Band and was a member of the Banquet Committee. Among his favorite hob- bies are swimming and ice-skating. Ambition: Attend Drake University and major in education. Antoinette DiSalvo . . . Sincere and understanding are Toni ' s character traits. She has participated in Girls Glee Club, and Junior Chorus. She was a member of Lead- ers Club, Informal Committee, Of- fice Staff and served on the Execu- tive Board of the Girls Club. Toni ' s hobbies include swimming and bowl- ing. Ambition : Attend Americana Beau- ty School. Betty Jeane Doughman . . . While in school Betty has repre- sented Lincoln very proudly, being a D.E.C.A. student at Younkers. She served on the Commencement An- nouncement Committee in her senior year. Outside of school she belonged to Rainbow and enjoys bowling, swimming, and ice-skating. Ambition: Attend a beauty school. John E. Dowell . . . John ' s friendly attitude toward ev- eryone has made him very popular at Lincoln. He has participated in wrestling and football in which he received two letters. In his senior year he was on the Prom Commit- tee. Ambition: Attend Northwest Mis- souri State College. Clark Brent Duncan . . . Clark can always be found happy and friendly. He has participated in Senior Chorus, Boys Glee Club and is a member of the Methodist Youth Fellowship. He served on the Class Day Committee. His hobbies are hunting- and fishing- Ambition : Attend Iowa State and study forestry. Roger Alan Durham . . . His artistic ability kept this hand- some boy active at Lincoln. He par- ticipated In baseball and football one semester. He was a member of the Dorian Art Club, Service Homeroom 117, and has been a monitor. Roger has received several Scholastic Art Awards and served on the Get To- gether Committee. His hobbies in- clude art and all sports. Ambition: Attend Northeast Mis- souri State Teachers College and study art. Gerald V. Eggers . . . Ambition: Enter the Marine Corps. Vickie Ann Ellis . . . Happiness and a love for laughter are characteristics of Vickie. She has worked on the Homecoming Staff and Banquet Committee. As a Dis- tributive Education student, she is employed at Wolf ' s. She also belongs to the Distributive Education Club, where she has served as Tico pr wl dent. Ambition : Become an assistant buy- er for Wolf ' s Department Store. Roy Ka Fa u bus . . . Roosevelt ' s loss was Lincoln ' s gain when Ray came to Lincoln in eleventh grade. He is known to all for his musical ability, by leading a five boy instrumental group, called The Strikes. While in Lincoln, Ray has been a member of Band, Radio Club, Student Council, and was on the Class Day Committee. He has served as president of homeroom and Radio Club. His hobbies include amateur radio and music. Ambition : Attend Drake and major in business administration or phar- macy. Gary Finch . . . Gary came to Lincoln from Norwalk, where he participated in track and chorus, and received letters in each. He participated in the City Wide Dis- aster Drill during his senior year. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. Ambition : Attend Grandview Col- lege. Donna Marie Fisher . . . Happy go lucky, with a warm smile are Donna ' s traits. Donna has served three semesters in both Leaders Club and the Student Council and was on the Commencement Committee. She has participated in the Drill Team, and outside of school she belongs to the C.Y.O. Donna enjoys both swim- ming and bowling. Ambition: Become a stenographer. Kim Fletcher . . . Kim ' s enthusiastic spirit has won him much popularity at Lincoln. In athletics, he has participated in foot- ball and basketball for two years, and swimming for one year. In his senior year he served on the Get Together Committee. Kim is known as Lincoln ' s " Great White Hunter " for during last summer he traveled throughout Europe, and toured Afri- ca by safari. His favorite pastime is cars. Ambition : Attend college and study law. Don David Foreman . . . Don has a warm smile for everyone. He has participated in football, bas- ketball, track, and golf. He has re- ceived two letters in golf. His favor- ite hobby is golf. Ambition: Attend Iowa State and study architecture. Richard Albert Foust . . . A quiet manner is the trade mark of this artist. Dick belonged to the Dorian Art Club and Art Staff. In the Scholastic Art Contest he re- ceived two honorable mentions and a gold key. He worked on the 1960 Homecoming Symbol, the hall mural, and served on the Class Day Commit- tee. He has participated in football, Junior Band, and was vice-president of his homeroom. Ambition : Attend college and major in art. 17 — (■race Louise Fry . . . A pleasing: smile and personality are traits of Grace. She has participated in Intramural Volley Ball, Leaders Club, Girls Glee Club, and Church Choir. She was a member of Home- making: Staff. M.Y.F., Class Day Committee and was homeroom sec- retary. She helped serve at the past 12A Baccalaureate Committee, and the Class Day Committee. Her hob- bies include roller skating: and sew- ing:. Ambition: Attend Thompson ' s School of Beauty. David William Graham . . . David has a nice way about him that is known so well. He has served as a cashier in the school cafeteria for two years. He has served on the Usher Committee in which he was a chairman. He was also on the Class Day Committee. Ambition: Attend Grand View and major in business. Madeline Rose Graziano . . . A happy smile and personality de- scribes Madeline. She has been a member of Pep Club, Girls Glee Club, and Junior and Senior Chorus. She has served on Senior Student Council, Secretarial Staff, and the Banquet Committee. Madeline helped on the Lincoln Student Directory as a member of the Girls Club Finance Committee. During: her senior year she was a candidate for Polio Queen. Her hobbies include cooking:, swim- ming; and badminton. Ambition: Secure a stenographic position or attend a cosmetology school. James Robert Greenleaf . . . Quiet, with a warm personality de- scribes Bob. He has participated in basketball and golf. He was sports editor of the Greenhorn and worked on the sports column for the Rail- splitter. He also served on the Get Together Committee. Bob was a member of Band, and was placed on All-City Band. His favorite hobby ; s music. Ambition: Attend Drake. John H. Gunson . . . John ' s cleverness of thought and in- tellect has won him many honors. During: his senior year he was chosen class president by the 12A ' s. He was among; the top ten in the State Drafting Contest at Iowa State Uni- versity. He has been on the honor roll, and was president of homeroom. He has participated in football, bas- ketball, and spring; track. He rep- resented Lincoln at the Second Na- tional Youth Conference on the atom in Chicago. His hobbies art- hunting and fishing. Ambition: Attend Iowa State Uni- versity and take architecture. Jerry Donald Haldeman . . . Friendliness will well describe Jer- ry ' s personality. He belonged to Jun- ior Achievement and was vice-presi- dent of his Junior Achievement Com- pany. He was a member of the Get Together Committee and has served as a monitor. He enjoyed taking Russian in school, and in his spare time he collects stamps. Ambition: Attend Parsons or Simp- son College and major in Spanish and Russian. James X. Hall . . . A friendly and witty disposition is apparent when Jim ' s around. He has been a member of band for five years, and a member of the swim- ming team for two years. He was secretary and treasurer of home- room, and helped in building the 1960 Homecoming Symbol. He also served on the Commencement Com- mittee. Outside of school he belongs to DeMolay and National Guard. Ambition: Attend Central College. Robert C. Hall . . . Speeches, humor, and a warm smile are Bob ' s characteristics. He has placed 1st and 2nd in various speech contests. He was a member of Ra- dio Class, Student Council, DeMolay. and National Guard. He has received a letter in football and has partici- pated in wrestling. He has served as secretary of homeroom and radio class, and was on the Class Day Committee. His favorite sport is football. Ambition: Attend Central College or Iowa State College. Barbara Jean Hammond . . . A smile always and pretty eyes de- scribe Barbara. She has maintained good grades in her six years at Lin- coln, and received honorary men- tion on the honor roll. In her senior year she helped on the Commence- m e n t Announcement Committee. Outside of school she enjoys swim- ming and skating. Ambition: To live in Arizona. Sally Ann Hardenbrook . . . Sally ' s red hair and gaiety are among her many qualities. She belonged to the Drill Team, Pep Club, Office Staff, and was historian of the D.E.C.A. Club. During her senior year she was chosen Miss Deca Sweetheart of 1961. She helped on the school play with make up, and served on the Get Together Commit- tee. Sally ' s main hobbies include swimming and horseback riding. Ambition: Attend Thompson ' s Beau- ty School, taking cosmetology. Gary Leland Heck . . . Gary is always happy and easy to get along with. He has been a mem- ber of Senior Band for three years, and Pit Band. He participated in the City Wide Disaster Drill and the Get Together Committee during his senior year. He was a member of the National Rifle Association and Junior Achievement. His hobbies are skin diving and hunting. Ambition: Enter the service after graduation. Gary Lee Hensyel . . . Gary ' s thoughtfulness and winning smile are among his personal traits. He has participated in basketball for five years, track for one year, base- ball for two years, and served on the Gym Staff. Gary took part in the City Wide Disaster Drill during his senior year and served on the Treas- ury Committee. His hobby is spurts. Ambition: Become an architect. William Lewis Hickman, Jr. . . Ambition: Become a welder. Sherry Ann Hillabolt . . . Her quiet ways and friendly person- ality are sure characteristics of Sher- ry. She has been in Junior Chorus. Girls Glee Club, Leaders Club, Sec- retarial Staff, and Pep Club. Sher- ry has participated in C.Y.F. and Junior Achievement for two years. In her senior year she served on the Class Day Committee. Her hobby is roller skating. Ambition : Work at the Telephone Company. James Gordon Holder . . . Jim has a quiet, yet friendly atti- tude toward everyone at Lincoln. He participated in Hi-Y basketball, Stu- dent Council, and served on the Baccalaureate Committee in his sen- ior year. He was president of the Sunday School at Ft. Des Moines Methodist Church. Cars are his fav- orite hobby. Ambition: Attend Capital City Com- mercial College and study business administration. James Wayne Holik . . . Jim has a friendly and pleasing personality. He participated in track for two years and was on the Bac- calaureate Committee in his senior year. His hobby is working on his car, which takes up much of his time. Ambition: Become a printer. Patricia Hollingsworth . . . Pat ' s charm, beauty and winning smile won her the title of Lincoln ' s 1960 Homecoming Queen. She has served on Student Council for two semesters, Gym Staff, Usher Com- mittee and was a member of the Leaders Club. She was chosen as front page editor of the Greenhorn and co-feature editor of the Rail- splitter. She has served as homeroom secretary and treasurer and was on the Informal Committee. Ambition: Attend college and ma- jor in psychology. Ann Linda Huglin . . . " Annie Hue " has beauty, intelli- gence, and artistic ability. She be- longed to the Senior Student Council and has been secretary- treasurer of the Intra-Des Moines Student Coun- cil. She was secretary of the Dorian Art Club and belonged to the Art Staff and Art Homeroom. Ann was a member of the Drill Team, and was a junior cheerleader and a sen- ior alternate. During her senior year she won $10 for an essay in a sav- ings contest. She belonged to the Senior Choir and Girls Glee Club. One of Ann ' s hobbies is ice skating in which she was a member of the Des Moines Skating Club. Her other hobbies are swimming, painting, and drawing. Ambition: Attend college. Toni Kay Huntsman . . . A charming smile and a winning personality describes Toni. She has served on Office Staff, Homemak- ing Staff, Informal Committee, and Student Council for three semesters. In homeroom she was secretary and treasurer. Toni attended the Drake Career Day, was a member of the Drill Team and was a candidate for Polio Queen in eleventh grade. Her favorite pastimes are dancing and bowling. Ambition : Become a child psycholo- gist. Ronald Mark Hyatt . . . Of the seventeen schools Ronnie has attended throughout the United States, he liked Lincoln so well that he returned for his senior year. He has participated in football, basket- ball, and track in which he received a letter in each. Ronnie is attending Drake night school in which he is taking interior decorating. He was on the Banquet Committee. Ambition: Attend Central College. 19- Dixie Lee Jeffries . . . Dixie ' s happy, energetic personality has won her many friends at Lin- coln. Dixie was on Library Staff and was in Pep Club, and Future Teach- ers. She belonged to the Finance Committee and was a homeroom rep- resentative of the Girls Club. Dixie belonged to the Senior Student Coun- cil and during her senior year she was elected as secretary. She was the circulation manager of the Sen- ior Railsplitter and served on the Banquet Committee. Ambition: Attend Drake and major in elementary education. Lois E. Jewell . . . Lois ' happiness and smile are known throughout the halls of Lincoln. Dur- ing school she has participated in Girls Glee Club, Junior Chorus, and served on the Informal Committer during her senior year. Lois has also belonged to Leaders Club and served on Gym Staff for four semesters. In her spare time she enjoys painting and traveling to other stat - Ambition: Attend a beauty Mhoo] and work in California. Nancy Ann Johnson . . . Nancy has contributed much to both the music and athletic departments of Lincoln. Her musical ability was shown in Senior Band, All-City Band and Orchestra, and Senior Chorus. Her athletic ability has been shown in her participation in girl ' s basket ' ball, Senior Lifesaving, and she has received two letters in tennis. She was a member of Flying Hoofs Drill Team, French Club, Latin Club, Treasury Committee, and served as a monitor. Her hobbies include tennis, swimming, photography, and horse- back riding. Ambition: Attend Drake University and major in music. Carole Jones . . . Carol can always be seen with a friendly and cheerful smile. She was a member of Girls Glee Club, Senior Choir, Future Teachers, Dorian Art Club, and served on the Banquet Committee. Outside of school she belongs to Rainbow, C.Y.F., and her church choir. Her hobbies are bowl- ing, tennis, singing and playing the piano. Ambition: Work at the New York Telephone Company. Harold Eugene Jordan . . . Taking part in Distributive Educa- tion Clubs of America keeps this friendly boy busy. He is on the Pro- fessional Committee of D.E.C.A. Club and participated in swimming. Har- old served on the Commencement Committee during his senior year. His hobbies include woodcraft and golf. Ambition: Attend Drake University and study business administration. Linda Kae Joss . . . Pretty, blue eyed, with a charming personality brings to mind " Jossie. " She has participated in two school assemblies as a project of radio class and broadcasted at KDPS. She was a hall monitor and a member of Gym Staff, Girls Club and served on the Class Day Committee. She portrayed the part of Lois Graves in Lincoln ' s school play, " Junior Miss. " Her favorite hobby is danc r ing. Ambition: Attend I modeling school in the East. Karen Marquerite Keefer . . . Karen adds a spark of spirit and happiness wherever she goes. This has been evident in her cheerleading, in which she receiv ed one monogram, and as vice-president of the Pep Club. She has held the offices of treasurer and secretary during her three years in Student Council. She was placed on the honor roll, and worked on the Get Together Committee during her senior year. Outside of school she belongs to Rainbow and Youth Fellowship. Her hobbies are bowl- ing, waterskiing. and srolf, in which sh - was on the team in her junior year. Ambition: Attend Grand View Col- lege. .Janell D. Kellar . . . Janell always has a smile and a warm hello for everyone. She has been a member of Future Teachers, Ushering and Hospitality Committee, and Commencement Announcement Committee during senior high. She also helped Mr. Pos with his coun- seling for one year. Bowling is one of her many hobbies. Ambition: Become a successful re- ceptionist. Marilyn Lee Kemp . . . Marilyn has a friendly smile " and disposition. She has served as treas- urer of the Student Council, presi- dent of the French Club, and was on the Prom Committee. She be- longed to the Nurses Staff, Drill Team and Leaders Club. Marilyn was chosen editor of the Greenhorn and Senior Railsplitter during her senior year. She likes to bowl and swim in her spare time. Ambition : Attend Iowa Lutheran Hospital and take nurses training. Joan Marie Kime . . . Her energetic spirit is known by all at Lincoln. She has been on the honor roll for four straight years, and served on the Stenographic Committee during her senior year. She is a member of the Luther League and has served as secretary. In her spare time she enjoys danc- ing. Ambition: Become a private secre- tary. 20 — Sherie Kay Kinkki . . . Sherie is a rare combination of beauty and intelligence, and has held many offices while in school. Among these are: president of Sec- retarial Staff, historian of Girls Club, and president of Junior Stu- dent Council in ninth grade. Sherie has also taken part in Drill Team. Secretarial Staff and has received recognition for being on the honor roll. In her senior year she was chosen co-editor of the feature page for the Greenhorn and editor of th«- Senior Railsplitter, and served as chairman of the Informal Commit- tee. Outside of school she was a member of Rainbow. Ambition: Become a legal secretary. Janice Louise Kline . . . Witty and full of life marks the personality of Janice who came to Lincoln from Tech in her sophomore year. While attending Tech she was a member of Student Council, Pep Club, Leaders Club and was on the tennis team. At Lincoln she be- longed to Leaders Club, Pep Club, Future Teachers, Big Sister, Banquet Committee and was a monitor. In Junior Achievement she was chosen vice-president. She has contributed to the chemistry and speech classes on Saturday. Ambition: Attend college, taking a liberal arts course. Lynda Lenore Lafferty . . . Lynda ' s happy spirit came to Lin- coln from North in her junior year. At North, she was a member of the tumbling team, Girls Glee Club, and the Concession Committee. At Lin- coln, she participated in golf. Mer- maids, Girls Glee, Leader ' s Club and was homeroom representative for the Girls Club. She was cap- tain of the Flag Twirlers and was chosen by the January class to lead them on Class Day. Ambition: Attend I.B.M. School. Verna Dellaine Langham . . . Large chestnut eyes and a pleasing smile are traits of Verna ' s. She be- longed to Junior Achievement and was secretary of her Junior Achievement Company. She was a member of the Senior Choir, Girls Glee Club, and served on the Ban- quet Committee. Ice skating and swimming are Verna ' s favorite sports and she enjoys photography. Ambition : Become a good secretary. James Curtis Lassaux . . . Jim ' s friendly manner and smile has won him many friends at Lincoln. During his senior year Jim helped on the Homecoming Symbol and was a member of the Prom Committee. He is a member of the Road Knights Hot Rod Club. Ambition: Attend college and be successful. Shirley Ann Lavia . . . A hearty laugh and twinkling eyes are characteristics of Shirley. She has participated in Girls Glee Club and was a monitor. She belonged to Girls Club, has worked on the Rail- splitter, and served on the Banquet Committee during her senior year. Shirley ' s hobbies include dancing, bowling, and swimming. Ambition : Become a successful model. David Wayne Lawrence . . . Wayne is known for his pleasing personality. He was on the honor roll in the fall semester. He be- longed to Distributive Education class, which is a new idea that was brought to Lincoln this year. Among his favorite hobbies are bowling and cars. Ambition: Attend Simpson College. Darla Ann Locke . . . A demure smile and happy spirit be- longs to Darla. She was a member of the Girls Pep Club, and was secretary-treasurer of the Distribu- tive Education Club of America. She served on the senior Get Together Committee and has been on the honor roll in the Railsplitter. Bowling is her favorite pastime. Ambition: Enter the retailing field. Theresa Ann Loffredo . . . Her beautiful brown eyes and quiet ways are definite characteristics of Theresa. During her senior year she was nominated for treasurer of Student Council, in which she has served three semesters, she also served on the Class Day Committee. She has participated in many of the radio and speech projects, and was secretary of the Radio Club. She has a continued high grade average, and received honorable mention on the honor roll. Ambition: Become a dental assistant. Terry Lee Loomis . . . Through Terry ' s warm conservative way, he has made many friends at Lincoln. He has participated in wrestling for one year and was on the Cap and Gown Committee. Dur- ing his senior year he was part of the City Wide Disaster Drill. Out- side of school he belonged to the M.Y.F. of his church. Terry plans to major in architecture while in the Army after graduation. Ambition : Become an architect. 21 — Sharon Louise Loughry . . . A smile and twinkling eyes are among Sharon ' s assets. She WBM recording secretary for the Future Nurses Club, belongs to the Pep Club, and has served three semesters on the (lym Staff. She has received honorable mention on the honor roll, and was on the Banquet Committee. Outside of school she is secretary of the B.Y.P. in Church. Ambition: Attend Iowa Methodist Hospital. Robert Owen Lumsden . . . A better personality than Hob ' s can- not be found. He has participated in football, basketball, and baseball : lettering in basketball and baseball. He was a member of the Hoys ' Glee Club, Senior Chorus, and the Boys ' Quartet. He has served on Student Council, was a member of the Lin- coln Howling League, and was on the Prom Committee. His hobbies are bowling and golf. Ambition: Attend Simpson or Drake and major in business administration. Dennis Clyde Luttrell . . . Dennis is known for his scholastic ability. This was shown when he placed on the honor roll four times. He was a Lincoln hall monitor for three years and served on the In- formal Committee in his senior year. He is interested in collecting guns and swords, and he belongs to The Antique Automobile Club. Ambition: Attend Drake and study law and business. Gene Albert Mangold . . . Gene entered Lincoln from Manhat- ten High School in Manhatten, Kan- sas, where he was in track and foot- ball. At Lincoln, Gene has been out for track, baseball, and foot- ball. In 12A he was on the Class Day Committee. Ambition: Major in civil engineer- ing at Iowa State College. Lanny G. Marquis . . . Although Lanny is a quiet lad, he has a top personality. At Lincoln he has participated in junior high track, and served on the Get-To- gether Committee. Ambition: Join the navy. .lerald L. Marturello . . . With a natural ability for sports, Jerry has brought Lincoln much honor. He has participated in foot- ball, basketball, and baseball, re- ceiving two letters in football and basketball, and three letters in base- ball. Jerry was chosen for the sec- ond all-city baseball team. Jerry has been on the honor roll, and was in service homeroom. One of his big- gest thrills was being chosen Home- coming King of I960. He also was a member of the Informal Committee and bowled for the Abe ' s Bowling League. Ambition: Attend :i trade school. Dorla Rae Mason . . . This attractive blond hailed from Central High School in Madison, Wisconsin. She has been a member of Nurses Staff, Mermaids and Sen- ior Life Saving. She participated in Drill Team, Leaders Club, Pep Club, C.Y.O., and was on the golf team. In her senior year she helped make the 1960 Homecoming Emblem and served on the Informal Com- mittee. Dorla represented Lincoln at Drake Career Day. Ambition: Become a successful sec- retary. Mary Jane McCarthy . . . Jane is a quiet girl but has served her school faithfully. She partici- pated in tennis, has been on Office Staff, Homemaking Staff, Pep Club, and Senior Student Council. She was on the Financial Committee of Girls Club, and also served on the Hospitality and Usher Committee. In her 12 A semester she was on the Banquet committee. Ambition: Become a teacher, and also travel to Norway. Tom Gene McMahon . . . Tom has a mind for sports and an ear for music. He has been out for baseball and football. He has been a member of Senior Chorus, Boy ' s Glee Club, and also has participated in speech. He was a gym leader and belongs to the Y.M.C.A. During his 12A semester he served on the Get-Together Committee. Ambition: To go into the Marines and then to business college. Charles Kdward Mettler Artistic ability has won Chuck seven gold keys and ten honorable mentions. In addition to being treasurer of Dorian Art Club, he has also served on Art Staff, Dorian Art Club, and Student Council. Chuck has been out for football for three years and has received two letters. He helped make the I960 homecoming emblem ; and outside of school he bowls on the Abe ' s II team for the high school bowling league. Ambition: To attend the Art Insti- tute of Chicago and major in com- mercial art. — 22 — Michael James Miller . . . Mike has been a credit to Lincoln in the field of sports. He has been out for basketball, football and golf and received two letters for football and golf. He has been in Student Council and served on the hospital " ity and usher committee. During his 12 A semester he served on the Treasury Committee. Ambition: To go to (Irinnell and enter pre-law school. Carol Jo Mitchell . . . Carol was on the honor roll for several semesters in Junior high and has been a member of Secretarial Staff for two years. Her hobbies in- clude dancing, badminton and draw- ing. During her 12 A semester, Carol served on the Get Together Commit- tee. Ambition: To become a good sten- ographer. Gladys Jean Murphy . . . Gladys ' interest in music led her to be a part of the Senior Chorus for four years. She has been a Hall Monitor and also a member of the Social Committee. During her Senior year Gladys served as back page edi- tor for the Railsplitter and served on the Informal Committee. Her hobbies include swimming and she is also a member of C.Y.O. Ambition: Become a secretary. Janet Kae Newman . . . Friendliness with a smile describes Janet. She has served Lincoln as a member of the Homemaking Staff for two years. In 12 A she was chosen co-chairman of the staff. Janet was on the Get-Together Com- mittee in 12A. Ambition: To attend beauty school. Dan Byron Mitchell . . . Always willing to help describes Danny. He helped build the home- coming emblem. He has been in art for three years and is a member of Dorian Art Club. He served on the (Jet Together Committee in his 12 A semester. He went out for foot- ball in tenth grade. He belongs to Road Knights Hot Rod Club. Ambition: Go into the car business. Jean Elizabeth Moore . . . Being a member of the Bible Club here at Lincoln keeps Jean busy while bowling and skating rates high on her list of sports. She served on the Get Together Com- mittee during her 12A semester. Outside of school she is a member of the B.T.Y. church group. Ambition : Attend a college in Min- nesota. Patricia Ann Nielsen . . . Pat came to Lincoln from Sibley High School where she served in Glee Club, Pep Club and G.R.A. Pat ' s activities out of school include a membership in the Lutheran League. Pat ' s hobbies are painting, tennis, swimming, and playing the piano. Ambition: Become a nurse. Lois Anne Nithman . . . Lois ' s friendliness and her fine ability to lead won her the honor of being assistant drill cadet leader for the Drill Team. Outside of school this red haired lass belongs to Rainbow and also helped build the homecom- ing emblem. Her hobby is sewing. She helped to make the uniforms for the Drill Team. During her 12A semester she served on the Informal Committee. Ambition: To go to school in Min- neapolis and become a laboratory technician. Gary Lee Mosley . . . Gary ' s interest in science led him to be a part of the Saturday physics and chemistry classes. He has been on Student Council and served as a hall monitor. During his 12A semester Gary served on the Com- mencement Announcement Commit- tee. Ambition: To major in natural science at Grandview Jr. College. Charles Wayne Norris . . . A smile on his face and a kind word for all describes Chuck. He participated in sophomore football, and helped with the Senior Rail. He was on the (let-Together Com- mittee in 12A. Outside of school he belongs to the Methodist Youth Fel- lowship. Ambition: To go to the University of Kansas. — 23 — Mildred Jean Palladino . . . Mildred has served Lincoln by par- ticipating in Nurse ' s Club. Pep Club, Office Staff, Hospitality and Usher Committee and Latin Club. She has served as Treasurer and Historian of the Nurse ' s Club. Mildred re- ceived honorable mention on the honor roll twice. In sports Mildred received a letter for golf. She was on the Banquet Committee in 12A. Ambition: To attend Mercy Hospital School of Nursing after g raduation. William Raymond Park . . . One of Lincoln ' s top-notch athletes describes Bill. He has been in base- ball for three years receiving three letters, while still receiving two letters in both football and basket- ball. He was chosen for two All- City teams ; first team baseball, second team football. Bill has served on Student Council and has been in Service Homeroom. During his junior year he ran for the office of Chief-Justice and a highlight of his senior year was being a candidate for Homecoming King. Outside of school he bowls for the " Abes " high school bowling league. Ambition: Attend State University of Iowa. Jeri Lynn Parsons . . . Jeri came to Lincoln from North High School where she took part in Drama, Leaders Club, Future Teach- ers Club, and was a member of the North High Flagtwirlers. At Lin- coln, Jeri has served in the Girls Club and helped to organize the Lincoln Flagtwirlers. During her 12A semester, Jeri served on the Get-Together Committee. Ambition: Go into stenographic work. Donald R. Pearson . . . Don ' s interest in music and his musical ability led him to be chosen drum major for the band. He is in pit band and was also in all-city band. Don was on the Hospitality and Usher Committee, Student Coun- cil and served as a hall monitor. Ambition: To go to Drake and major in medicine. Jack Marvin Petersen . . . Jack has been a member of both the junior and senior Student Councils. He has served as a monitor and has been on the honor roll. He has participated in tennis and was the manager for the tennis team. Out- side of school Jack has been a Kiwanian of the month from Lin- coln and has been a member of J. A. for three years where he re- ceived a Junior Executive Award. Ambition: To attend Simpson and major in business administration. 1,14 A Ralph S. Petersen . . . Ralph ' s deep bass voice won him the honor of being chosen all-state bass soloist. He has also been in Madrigal. Senior Chorus, and Boy ' s Glee Club for three years, and was a member of the Boy ' s Quartette. Ralph was also a member of the All-City Band. He has received two letters in tennis and one in basket- ball. During his 12A semester he served on the Banquet Committee. Ambition : To go to Drake and major in musical education. Wendell Franklin Piper . . . Wendell is a boy who works hard and has a winning personality. He has participated in track and foot- ball. Outside of school, he belongs to FCYF church group and works on cars as a hobby. Ambition: To attend Dunwoody In- stitute and study mechanics. John William Porter . . . John entered Lincoln from Cedar Falls High in Cedar Falls, Iowa where he participated in football in tenth grade. At Lincoln he took part in Distributive Education and belongs to Lincoln ' s chapter of the Distributive Education Club of America. During his senior year he served on the Class Day Com- mittee. Ambition : Join the Navy. Lee Roy Porter . . . Lee Roy came to Lincoln from Glen- dale High, Glendale, Arizona in 11th grade. Lee Roy ' s hobbies are work- ing on cars, boating, and water skiing. During his 12A semester, Lee Roy served on the Get-Together Com- mittee. He is now enrolled at the Northwestern School of Taxidermy, taking a correspondence course. Ambition : To become a taxidermist. Alec Joseph Quijano . . . Quiet but friendly is Alec. At the beginning of his junior year. Alec entered Lincoln from Dowling High. While at Lincoln he has participated in basketball and baseball, receiving one letter for basketball and two for baseball. During his senior year, Alec also served on the Informal Committee. Ambition: To go to college. 24 Stephen Harold Randall . . . " The Man with the Bi ? heat. " de- scribes Steve, drummer for " The Strikes. " Lincoln ' s combo. Steve entered Lincoln in eleventh grade from the high school division of Luther College. At Luther he par- ticipated in Student Council, First Choir, and went out for football, basketball, and baseball. He VM al- 8o drummer for the college band. At Lincoln, Steve has been out for football, baseball, basketball, in which he received a letter, and tennis, in which he received two letters. Steve was a percussionist in the first band and ' pit band and was percussion- ist in the Des Moines All-City Hand. Ambition: To mttr Iowa State Uni- versity and become an architectural engineer. Thomas C. Rhodes . . . Tom ' s varied abilities and wide in- terests have made him an outstand- ing student. He was president of the Art Club and in the Art Homeroom. He was a winner in the Scholastic Art Award Contest, and designed the cover for the student directory and a school play program. Tom has been vice-president and chief justice of the Student Council and a mem- ber of the executive board of the All- City Student Council. Tom has been on the honor roll, chairman of the Get-Together Committee, and a mem- ber of the Informal Committee. He has been Kiwnnian of the month and a KDPS announcer. Ambition: To go to lowi State Teachers College. Henry Rivera . . . " Hank, " as he is known to his friends, transferred to Lincoln his sophomore year from Dowling High School, where he played two years of football. Playing guard on Lin- coln ' s team, he proved to be a rug- ged and valuable player and received a varsity football letter. He also participated in track, in the shot- put and discus throw events. One of Henry ' s top honors at Lincoln was being chosen a candidate for Homecoming King of I960. Ambition: To join the Marine-. Jeannette K. Robbins . . . Vitality and determination have made Jeannie an all around student at Lincoln. She has been on the honor roll all through junior and senior high, and is in the upper five per cent of her class. She has been in Madrigal homeroom since tenth grade and has also sung in the Senior Chorus, Girls Glee Club, Triple Trio, and Trio. She has participated in Latin Club and Girls Club, and also has been both on the Lincoln and Intra-Des Moines Student Councils. Ambition: To go to Drake and major in Pharmacy. William Dale Robinson . . . Hill has been a leader as well as an athlete while at Lincoln. He received two letters in spring track and was on the District Championship Track Team in 1959. He also participated in swimming, and has been in Stu- dent Council for three semesters and ran for Chief-Justice in the 1961 campaign. Hill was sports columnist on the Railsplitter and served on the Prom Committee in 12A. Ambition: Go to Graceland College and take Liberal Arts. Harold Dennis Root . . . Denny is a quiet lad with a warm personality. He has taken part in sophomore football, and also belong s to the Distributive Education Club of America. Ambition: Become a good salesman. Karen Marina Fox Rule . . . Combine beauty and sweetness and that ' s Karen. Karen came to us from Sao Paulo, Brazil through the American Field Service as a foreign exchange student. Karen is a member of Student Council and also All- City Student Council. She has par- ticipated in French Club, Latin Club, and Usher Committee. She is also in Senior Y-Teens and Senior Chorus. Karen was honored by be- ing chosen to march on Lincoln ' s newly formed Drill Team, and by being chosen to be a homecoming attendant. Outside of school Karen was vice-president of the Park Avenue Presbyterian Church Youth Group. Ambition: Become an interpreter. Henrietta Jean Ryan . . . Henrietta came to Lincoln from Altoona High. While at Altoona, she was a member of the Drill Team, and worked on the school paper. While at Lincoln, she was a member of Leaders Club, Drill Team and served as hall monitor. Henrietta ' s outside activities include Rainbow. C.Y.F. and W.I.B.C. (Women ' s In- ternational Bowling Congress). Dur- ing her 12 A semester, she served on the Get Together Committee. Ambition : To work for some branch of law enforcement. Larry Ralph Sanford . . . Larry ' s easy manner won him the honor of being parliamentarian of the DECA Club. Larry was a mem- ber of Distributive Education for two semesters during his senior year. Ambition: To major in drafting at Drake. Victoria Maria Scaglione . . . Brightness and gaiety are traits of Vicky ' s personality. During school she has been in Drill Team, she was secretary of Group B. She also was on the Friendship Committee, Stu- dent Council and office staff. Dur- ing her senior year she helped on the Homecoming Float. Her hobbies include bowling, swimming and wa- ter skiing. During her 12A semester, she served on the Prom Committee. Ambition : Go to business school and tour Europe this summer. 25 — Larry Charles Schrieb . . . When Larry came to Lincoln from Logansport High School he added an extra bit of spirit to many Lin- coln activities. Larry has parti- cipated in cross-country, swimming and fall track since coming to Lin- coln. He had the honor of having one of his poems accepted by the National High School Poetry Associ- ation. His 12A service included the Informal Committee. Ambition: To go to Iowa State Teachers College. James William Schrock . . . An outstanding athlete and a warm personality are traits of Jim. He has been out for basketball, base- ball, and football, while receiving two letters in baseball and football, and one in basketball. Jim has been on Student Council, served as hall monitor, and was on the Prom Com- mittee. He is also on the High School Howling League. Ambition: Study architecture at Northwest Missouri State College. Dianna Kay Schultz . . . Dianna has maintained a two aver- age through high school. She is on Art Staff, Student Council and a member of Dorian Art Club. Dian- na ' s outside activities include Rain- bow, Church Choir and Modeling School. During her 12A semester, she served on the Commencement Committee. Ambition: To attend business school. James Selby . . . Jim ' s fairness and his top person- ality helped him become elected Chief Justice of the Student Council. Jim has also been a top diver for Lincoln. He placed third in the city meet and fourth in the district meet. He has received two letters for swimming and two for baseball. He also was out for football in his sophomore year. Jim has been on the honor roll several times through- out senior high. Ambition: Major in engineering at Iowa State University in Ames. Francis Lynn Shade . . . A head for business has helped Francis become the president of Lin- coln ' s D.E.C.A. He also ran for president of the state D.E.C.A. Francis has been in speech, radio, and in Dorian Art Club. During his senior year he was on the Abe ' s bowling team, Commencement Com- mittee, and helped make the 1960 Homecoming Emblem. Ambition: To go to Grandview Jr. College and major in business ad- ministration. Marilyn Lou Sharp . . . Marilyn is a quiet and intelligent girl. She served as highlights editor for the Senior Rail, and was on the Stenographic Committee. Marilyn went out for tennis in her junior year. She has been a member of Girls Glee Club and Secretarial Staff. Marilyn was also in Leaders Club and Pep Club. Ambition: Go to A. LP. and become a legal secretary. Thomas R. Sherk . . . A good stroke and good luck made Tom one of Lincoln ' s best golfers. He has also been out for sophomore football, and swimming, receiving one letter for swimming and three for golf. Tom is on the High School Howling League. In 12A he served on the Commencement Com- mittee. Ambition: Attend Creighton in Omaha and possibly major in den- tistry. Dixie Dorene Shoemaker . . . In all that she has done, Dixie has represented Lincoln with intelli- gence and a fine personality. Dixie served as a junior and senior cheer- leader and received one letter. She has been on the honor roll and chairman of the foreign exchange committee in Student Council. She has been a member of Senior Choir, Junior Choir, and Girls ' Glee Club. Dixie was chosen to be the foreign exchange student to Denmark dur- ing the summer of I960. She was co-editor of sketches of the Senior Railsplitter. Ambition : To major in elementary education at Northwest Missouri Teachers. Mary Margaret Short . . . Peppy and friendly best describe Mary. She was a member of Distri- butive Education and was chosen as a delegate to a D.E.C.A. conference. She was also a member of Girls Glee Club and Rainbow and served on the Commencement Committee during her senior year. Her hobbies include painting and swimming. Ambition: To be a success in what- ever I do in life. Edward Arthur Simmons . . . A quiet lad with a kind word for all, describes Ed. He has been in Jun- ior and Senior Hand and Dorian Art Club. Ed was also a Gym Leader. Outside of school Ed belongs to Westminister Youth Fellowship and also church choir. In 12A Ed was on the Haccalaureate Committee. Ambition: Join a branch of the service. — 26 — Kileen Sinclair . . . Eileen has been a member of Leaders Club for two semesters, and a mem- ber of Girls Club. She has served on Student Council, and has also been a hall monitor. During her 12 A semester she served on the Treasury Committee. Even though Eileen likes almost all sports, she claims bowling is her favorite. Ambition: To become a beautician. Mary Ann Skinner . . . A definite spark of wit and a dimpled smile describe Mary Ann. She has been on the honor roll three times. Not only has she been in Student Council at Lincoln, but she has also participated on the Drill Team, be- sides being a member of Leaders Club and the Pep Club. In her 12A semester she served on the Prom Committee. Mary Ann ' s hobbies in- clude bowling and swimming. Ambition: To do something in the medical field and go to Europe this summer. Gary Wayne Smith . . . Gary helped to inaugurate the Dis- tributive Education Class by being chosen parliamentarian. He was in Hoys Glee Club and Senior Chorus. During 12A he was on the Cap and Gown Committee. Ambition: To become a store man- ager. Jeanette Merrideth Smith . . . Quiet in manner but not in service, Jeanette has been a credit to Lin- coln. She was a member of Girls Club, Y-Teens, Business Staff, and Bible Club. In 12A she served on the ;» t -Together Committee. Outside of school, Jeanette has been honored to be president of F.C.Y.F. youth group at her church. Ambition: To become a beautician and do modeling. Constance Joanne Sones . . . A pleasing smile and intriguing eyes have helped Connie in modeling school. She was a member of Girls Club, Y-Teens, Mermaids and Future Nurses Club. Connie also worked as a Hall Monitor for one semester. Though Connie likes all sports, she says that bowling is tops. During 12 A she served on the Informal Com- mittee. Ambition: Follow a stenographic career. Donald Alan Sparks . . . Don has an ear for music and a mind for sports. He participated in basketball and baseball in his sopho- more year. He has been in Junior and Senior Chorus, and also Hoys Glee Club. Ambition : Hecome a carpenter. Linda Jaye Spease . . . Linda entered Lincoln from Urban- dale High where she participated in Glee Club. She also won a 30 week art scholarship at the Art Center while at Urbandale. At Lincoln, Lin- da has been in Senior Chorus and has served on Secretarial Staff. She was honored by being chosen queen of the Four Mile Saddle Club. Ambition : Hecome a secretary. Madeline Jean Squire . . . Lincoln ' s gain was Germany ' s loss when you speak of Madeline. In 11th grade she came to Lincoln from Kaiserslautern, Germany. Since she came she has participated in the Girls Glee Club and Senior Chorus. She also was a member of Lincoln ' s Drill Team. Madeline was honored by having her poem accepted by the National High School Poetry Associa- tion. Ambition: To enter nurses ' train- Diane Claire Statler . . . Diane has been an asset to Lincoln in the service she has rendered. She has been a Hall Monitor, in Leaders Club, and Pep Club. During her 12A semester she served on the Class Day Committee. Ambition: Go into social service work. Gayle Lea Statler . . . Always ready for fun or work has been one of the reasons Gayle has been so active at Lincoln. She sang in the Girls Glee Club, and has been in Mermaids, Leaders Club and a member of the Gym Staff. Gayle has also served on the Student Council and the Red Cross Committee in both Junior and Senior High. Her other activities have been make-up editor of the Railsplitter Staff and marching in Lincoln ' s Drill Team. Gayle helped build the 1960 Home- coming Emblem, and also served on the Get-Together Committee as a pert of her Senior activities. Ambition: Go to business school. 27- Karla Sue Stevens . - . A sweet manner and a pleasing per- sonality describes Karla. She has served Lincoln by being on Office Staff. Student Council, Leaders Club, Future Nurses Club, Y-Teens, Drill Team, and the Informal Committee. Outside of school, Karla belongs to Rainbow, and claims bowling is her hobby. Ambition : To follow ■ stenographic Jeanine Steward . . . Big blue eyes, quiet, and intelligent are traits of Jeanie. She entered Lincoln from Woodrow Wilson Jun- ior High where she was on the honor roll for three semesters. At Lincoln she has been on Student Council. Office Staff, and the Finance Com- mittee of the Girls Club. Jeanie also helped in making the student di- rectory. Ambition : BeCOBte a private secre- tary. Ronald Lee Stiles . . . Ron is a friendly lad with a smile for all. He entered Lincoln from Clarinda High in Clarinda. Iowa. Ambition : Become a machinist. Melville Stump . . . A hearty laugh and a good word for all describes Mel. He has gone out for football, and helped in building the 1960 homecoming emblem. Mel has been a member of Art Home- room, Dorian Art Club, and was the head of the Art Staff. Mel also helped paint the art murals. He has served on Student Council and was a member of the Judicial Committee, and served as a Hall Monitor. He has been on the honor roll, and has received eight merit art awards. In 12A he was on the Informal Com- mittee. Ambition: Attend Northeast Mis- souri State Teachers College and study art. John Milton Taber . . . John ' s intelligence led him to re- ceive honorable mention in the Na- tional Merit Scholarship awards. He also received an English achieve- ment award. While at Lincoln, John has been on the honor roll, in Stu- dent Council, and has also been a monitor. During his 12A semester he served on the Class Day Committee. Ambition: Attend State University of Iowa. Richard Grant Thomas . . . Quiet is a word that best describes Grant, (irant has participated in spring track and is a member of the Naval Reserve Unit. His hobbies in- clude bowling and basketball. Dur- ing his 12 A semester he served on the Cap and Gown Committee. Ambition: Attend college. Marvin I •«• Thomason . . . Marv has distinguished himself and his school by being an outstanding athlete and student leader. He was the city diving champion of 1961. He received three letters in swim- ming, three in track, and one let- ter in football. He was elected to the office of Chief Justice in the Student Council, in which he has been a member for five semesters. He has also served on the organiza- tion committee for the lettermen ' s club in Student Council. Marv has been a member of Madrigal, Chorus, Glee Club, and All-State Chorus. He served on the Prom Committee dur- ing his 12 A semester. Ambition: To major in business ad- ministration at Drake. Sharelle Arlee Thornton . . . Sherry, as she is better known, en- tered Lincoln from North in June, 1959. While at Lincoln she has been in Pep Club, Girls Club and Drill Team. She has also been a money taker in the noon movie. She served on the Prom Committee. Ambition: To enter beauty school or nurses training. Kenard D. Tomlinson . . . Ken entered Lincoln from Hartford High School in Hartford. Iowa. At Lincoln, Ken has been a hall moni- tor and during his 12A semester he served on the Commencement and Announcement Committee. Ambition: To own a business of my own. Nancy Ann Toomer . . . A friendly girl with lots of pep is Nancy. She has been on Gym Staff, Homemaking Staff and also Leaders Club. Nancy has also been in crafts. She served on the Class Day Commit- tee during her 12A semester. Ambition: To be a social worker in the field of rehabilitation for •hildren. -28- Veronica C. Toussaint . . . Sparkling eyes and a top person- ality helped Veronica to be an al- ternate cheerleader her senior year. She was also a junior cheerleader for two years. Veronica was in Girls Glee Club and Junior Chorus, and has been on Secretarial Staff for two years. During her 12 A semester she served on the Stenographic Com- mittee. Outside of school Veronica belongs to Rainbow. Ambition: To follow a ltHO gr» phic career. C onstance Ruth Troxel . . . Connie ' s ability to work hard and her winning personality helped her to become senior class treasurer. She has been out for tennis and has been on the honor roll for five semesters. She also has been in (Jirls Glee Club, Student Council, Librarv Staff, and Drill Team. Ambition: To become a dental assist- ant. Anders Sigfrid Tyrberg . . . A beautiful tenor voice led Andy :»« be chosen for All-State Chorus. Andy came to Lincoln from Vittsjo, Skane, Sweden as a foreign ex- change student on the International Christian Youth Exchange program. In Sweden he is vice president of his church youth group, and is sec- retary of two other youth group.-. At Lincoln he was in Senior Chorus. Boys Glee Club, and Madrigal. He was on Student Council and also All-City Student Council. He served on the Prom Committee during his 12 A semester. Ambition: To attend the University of Lund in Sweden. Nancy Jo Utterson . . . Always ready to say something nice about everyone makes Nancy a popular girl. Nancy has participated in the Junior and Senior Chorus and Glee Club. She has been in Future Teachers Club and a member of the Friendship Committee of Girls ' Club. Nancy has served on Office Staff for five semesters and has been on Student Council. Nancy was chosen to be one of the Flag Twirl- ers for Lincoln during her senior year and was on the Prom Commit- tee. Ambition: Become a stewardess. Rosemary Valenti . . . Rosemary came to Lincoln from Os- sining Junior and Senior High School in New York. At Lincoln she is a member of Leaders Club, and Gym Staff. During her senior year she was on the Class Day Committee. Her favorite sport outside of school is bowling. Ambition : Attend beauty school. Linda Kay Van Dyke . . . Linda ' s personality makes up for what she lacks in height. She has been on the honor roll. Girls Glee Club, Senior Chorus, and on Student Council. She is also a member of the French Club, and was on the Baccalaureate Committee. Outside of school, Linda belongs to YFC dill and Junior Achievement, where she is president of Central National Bank. James Edward Van Scoyk . . . Jim has been an all around athlete while at Lincoln. He has gone out for baseball, golf, and basketball, in which he received one letter. Jim has also served on the Student Coun- cil. In his 12 A semester he served on the (let-Together Commit te Ambition: To go to Dunwoody In- stitute and major in Architecture. Gary L. Warren . . . Gary always seems to have a smiie on his face. He has participate , in football and art. He was also a Hall Monitor and a Gym Leader. He served on the Get-Together Commit- tee during 12A. Outside of schoo. Gary ' s hobby is hunting. Ambition. Become a carpenter. Danny Joe Watkins . . . Danny is a lad who is fun to be around. He has been in radio class and claims that chemistry is his hobby. Louis Phillip Webber . . . Louis entered Lincoln from Dowling in 12B where he played freshman football. Outside of school his hob- bies are drawing and baseball. Ambition : Become an a rtist. — 29 — Marvel Ashby Welch . . . Sincere and good natured are the adjectives that describe Marvel. With her artistic ability she has helped design the homemaking bulletin boards and show case. In 11-A she was on the honor roll and in 12-A was on Commencement Announce- ments and Homemaking Staff. Mar- vel ' s hobby is collecting rare coins. Ambition: To attend beauty school. Judy Evelyn Weston . . . Judy is a friendly girl who came to Lincoln in seventh grade from Jefferson. In her senior year she was on the (let-Together Committee. She was in Rainbow for two years and her hobbies include bowling and dancing. Ambition : To become a secretary. Bradford Wayne Wilkerson . . . A sense of rhythm and natural mus- ical ability have earned Brad a pro- minent position with " The Strikes, " Lincoln ' s combo. Brad won a place in the state mechanical drawing contest at the 1960 Veisha. In 12A, Brad was on the Informal Commit- tee. Ambition: Take mechanical engineer- ing at Iowa State University. Larry Eugene Wilson . . . Larry entered Lincoln from Waukee High where he participated in bas- ketball. Boys Chorus, and Mixed Chorus. Ambition: Attend a trade school. Ann Jane Woods . . . Ann is an intelligent girl with a top personality. Ann came to Lin- coln from Norwalk in 11th grade where she was a member of Student Council and Glee Club, and received a letter for being a cheerleader there. Ann is a member of the Pep Club, Leaders Club, and Future Teachers. She has been a broadcaster at KDPS and was in the school play, " Design for Murder. " She has worked in the counseling room and is a past worthy advisor of Rainbow. Ann be- longs to M.Y.F. and her hobby is bowling. During her 12A semester she served on the Banquet Commit- tee. Ambition: To attend Central Col- lege. Larry Woods . . . Larry entered Lincoln from Cedar Rapids High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. While there, he participated in track, Concert Choir and band. At Lincoln, he has been in band, Roys Glee Club, and Senior Chorus, and was in the KDPS Christmas pro- gram. Larry went out for wrestling and received two letters in the sport. Outside of school Larry is a member of the Christian Endeavor Youth Group. Ambition : Attend Colorado State Teachers College. Margaret Ann Yanasak . . . Margaret ' s musical ability won her first place in the " Iowa Accordian Band Festival. " At Lincoln she has been in band and pit band for four years. Music doesn ' t mon opolize her activities however, for she has been on Office Staff, Future Teachers, Student Council, Service Committee, Girls Club, and still had time to be back page editor of the Greenhorn, and make up editor of the Senior Rail. Margaret has been on the hon- or roll for five semesters and is a National Poetry Contest winner. She served on the Informal Committee during her 12A semester. Ambition: To go to Drake and major in elementary education. Elaine Elizabeth Yancy . . . A friendly manner, and a pleasant smile helped Elaine to become elected secretary of the senior class. Elaine came to Lincoln from North. She has been on Drill Team, honor roll, Student Council, and Secretarial Staff, in which she was Secretary- Treasurer. Ambition : Go to Central and become an elementary teacher. Not Pictured Gerald V. Hatfield . . . Gerald came to Lincoln during his junior year from Indiana High School. His hobby is cars and his favorite sports are hunting and fish- ing. Ambition: Become a forest and wild- life commissioner. Not Pictured Bill Lawless . . . Quiet and happy are the personal traits of Bill. He was on the honor roll twice and went out for baseball while at Lincoln. During his spare time he likes to fish and hunt. Ambition : Become a conservation officer. Yanasak, Margaret Ann Yancy, Elaine E. — 32 — Mary Jane Adams . . . A sweet disposition and smile are amon? Mary ' s personal traits. She belonged to the Girls ' Glee Club and has served on Mr. Opel ' s staff for three years. In her senior year she was a member of the Cap and Gown Committee. Outside of school she is a member of the Young People ' s Group at church. Swimming is Mary ' s favorite sport. Ambition: Attend college and take a business course. Douglas Howard Brodie . . . An enthusiastic spirit in sports and art describes Doug. He has partici- pated in basketball, football, and swimming; and lettered twice in football and swimming. He belonged to both the Senior Chorus and Boys Glee Club. During his senior year Doug was chosen as advertising manager of the Railsplitter, and served on the Get-Together Commit- tee. Doug won a gold key in the Na- tional Scholastic Art Contest for a painting in water colors and ink. Ambition: Attend college, majoring in either teaching or law. Frances Harriet Cook . . . Sweet and petite describes Frances. She was a member of Gym Staff. Leaders Club, and her church choir. Oil painting is her hobby. Ambition : Become an airline hos- tess. Leora May Diestler . . . Leora ' s sweet disposition is shown through her pretty features. She has participated in Girls Glee Club for one year. She has been a swim- ming and gym leader and served as a monitor. Outside of school Leora belonged to her church choir, and the Theta Rho Girls Club. Ambition : Attend the Lutheran School of Nursing. Charles Howard McGriff . . . " Chuck, " as he is better known to his friends, has a definite interest in horses. He has been a junior 4-H leader and belongs to two saddle clubs. During his senior year he was on the Get-Together committee. Ambition : Become a farmer. Robert Rodney Murphy . . . Rob, as he is known to his friends, is a quiet boy. He has participated in church basketball, and cars are his hobby. During his senior year he was on the Prom Committee. Ambition: Join the Air Force. Fred William Warner . . . Fred came to Lincoln in 11B from Dowling. He has been out for wrestling. Outside of school Fred has been a member of the Civil Air Patrol for four years and holds the rank of captain. During 12A, Fred was on the Prom committee. Ambition: To go to college, then to O.C.S. school and finally into the Air Force as a commissioned officer. Not Pictured Frank De Francisco . . . His quiet nature does not keep him from having many friends. Frank has contributed much to Lincoln ' s athletic department by participating in basketball and baseball for two years ; receiving two letters in each sport. During his senior year he was on the Get-Together Committee. His favorite hobby is swimming. Ambition : Attend college. Not Pictured Lorlee Sharon James . . . In the short time she has been at Lincoln, Lorlee ' s smiling personality has won her many friends. In Cali- fornia she was a member of the Rol- ler Skating Club and was president of the Diamond Roller Skating Club. At Lincoln she belonged to the Sen- ior Choir and Girls Glee Club and served on the Class Day Committee. Ambition : Attend a business college and become a private secretary. — 33 — The Cheerleaders Varsity 9 A HOMEROOM 232 — First Row, Left to Right: Linda Loughry, Maxine Lucia. Janet McRoberts, Jeannie Jaquinta, Marcia Logan, Joanne Loffredo, Judy Lewis, Susan King, Jennifer Mansfield, Jeanne Koch. Second Row, Left to Right: James No- land, Bill McCutchen, John Ogden, Jean LeRoque, Harold Landers, Clarence Jobe. LeRoy Nithman, Walter Johnson, Eugene McConnell. George Kellen, Hill Newton, Danny Morey. Not Pictured: Sam McNiel. Gary Matthews, Glennda McFarland 9 A HOMEROOM 219— Front Row, Left to Right, Seated: Julie Withington, Sheryl Webb, Carol Taber, Suzette Stephens, Pam Snook, Rose Ann Soda, Pam Rundberg, Carol Roth. Second Row : Doug Stewart, Dan Randa, Tim Wilson, Bill Vermie, Kent Truber, Larry Winne, Dan Remele, Denny Robertson. Third Row: Karen Roach, Dottie Paris, Marty Rosenfeld, Mike Williams, Terry Selby, Don Whitmarsh, Robert Porter, Leonard Wallace, Bob Runge, Bob Sharp, Daryl Warrell, John Schoonover, Bruce Walker, Jim VerHuel, George Wagner. — 36 — 9A HOMEROOM 115 — First Row, Left to Right: Loretta Tassin, Linda Bacon, Beverly Atkinson, Nancy Bartholomew, Janet Behrens, RoNelle Copic, Kay Browning, Vivian Briney, Linda Butcher. Second Row, Left to Right: Richard Casady, Peggy Cunningham, Joyce Carter, Jane Cook, Frances Alsted, Lee Boley. Connie Cordaro. Third Row, Left to Right: Steve Ash, Dennis Brightwell, Dan Brewer. Tom Borg. Doug Barakat, Mike Civaro, Tom Carlstrom, Doug Cowie, Charles Barnett. Dave Catron. 9A HOMEROOM 227— Front Row, Left to Right. Seated: Steve Erickson, Allen Essman, Steve Harlan. Joe Haines, Bob Griffin, Jerry Hughes, Hal Hockensmith, John Horber, and Mike Hagen. Back Row: Toni Fontanini, Hope Feyen, Carol Feg- ley, Patty Driscoll, Pat Dray, Judy Dennett, Sue Fazio, Christy Dysart, Diana Fryman, Pat Falbo, Colette Hoover, Treasha Green, Susan Harbert. and Dianna Davenport. — 37 — — 38- ORGANIZATIONS PRESIDENTS — Hack Row, Left to Right: Burchfield, Palladino, Cowie, Hall, Cunningham, Evans. Front Row, Left to Right: Peter- sen, Clark, Miller, Dickes. Tim wTl STUDEN £ COLNCIL— Front Row, Left to Right: Phil Huglin, Nancy Bartholomew, Bruce Walker, Susan Kin . KL W ?5; S " e mo ± Denn , 18 BriKhtwell. Jean LeRoque. Second Row: Bob Clark, Dour Marshall, Carol Chidester, Bill S rolVirf-v Ch»ni Mn° U « ° Wle Y ICkl C, S? C, ° „y 5, Ja f kovich ; D f, nnv Johnson - ™ 4 Row: June Striffler, Marcia Clark, Bill Golliday, Chuck Miller. Suzanne Summy. Tom Biddle, Penny Luellan, Joe Sneller, Jackie Pieart. junior Student (Council and l Y onitorS MRS. ROBBINS and MR. BLACKMAN, Advisors MONITORS— First Row, Left to Right: Gladys Murphy, Mary Alice Hall, Marty Rosenfeld, Daryl Rupp, Frank Matney, Bill Vermie, Kathy Pranzen, Martha Highland. Second Row: Joe Silny, Janice Schuster, Sherry Florer, Eileen Sinclair Cayle Statler, Marilyn Sittler, Judy Pless, Marilyn Kane, Becky Koder, Jane Rooney, Karen Garlock. Third Row: Jim Dieme ' r, Brad Davenport, Richard Boston, Jim Stevenson, Clayton Solem, Bob Lumsden, Jim Holder, Dan Borg, Dennie Joss, Don Sparks. — 40 — SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL— Front Row. Left to Right: Mike Miller, Jim Spitznagel, Ron Erickson, Doc Reppert. Jim Schrock, Dan Borg, Mark Wagner, Roland Mansfield, Dour Evans, Nelson Cunningham, Anders Tyrberg. Second Row: Ann Huglin, Mary Ann Skinner, Jim Selby, Allen Dickes, Tom Rhodes, Dixie Jeffries, Judy Cowie, Judi Hammer, Carolyn Koons, Judy Allen, Linda Smith, Linda Ferguson. Third Row: Mr. Wilson, advisor, Gary Mosley, Ray Faubus, Mike Shannon, Brian Baker, Louis Riccelli, Marilyn Kemp, Gayle Statler, Nancy Utterson, Becky Koeder, Pat Devlin, Karen Reeves, Sandy Clark. Fourth Row: Paul Ruby, Keith Grubb, John Blake, Ron Cochran. Ron Abernathy, Craig Wallace, Kathy Serrill, Karen Miller, Linda Evans, Jane Hassebrock, Lana Beggs, Marilyn Brightwell, Anita Logan. Fifth Row: Clayle McCaw. Mike Snover, Bob Heitman, Richard Boston, Mike Klinge, Becky Mogensen, Betty St. John, Janet Shrum, Jeanne Trickey, Linda Simpson, Theresa Loffredo. Senior Student (Council and lfl ]onitor5 MR. WILSON and MR. BLACKMAN, Advisors MONITORS — Front Row, Left to Right: Don Fields, Bill White, Ronald Trent, Walter Downard, Don Pearson, Gary Mosley, Peggy Skinner, Nancy Johnson, Jay Presnell. Second Row: Darrell Davis, Tom Haney, Larry Parr, Tom Milligan, Dennis Luttrell, Judy Miller, Virginia Golden, Nancy Chandler, Linda Duncan, Joy Magers, Eileen Mason. Third Row: Bill Foulkes, Bob McCoy, Allen Dickes, Corey Phelps, Steve Williams, Steve Mortimore, Robert Zeis, Steve Fitzsimmons, Dwight Norris, John Knolkes. John Scott. — 41 — NURSES STAFF— Front Row, Left to Right : Barbara Burchfield, Cathy Aiello, Linda Morrison, Carolyn Fagen. Second Row, Left to Right: Marilyn Anderson, Mrs. Cleary, Susan Cox, Jacque Rebmann, Jo Shiffer. — 42 — FUTURE TEACHERS — First Row, Left to Right : Patty Hoff, Kate Franzen, Mary Alice Hall, Linda Evans, Sandra Geyer. Second Row, Left to Right: David Turner, Doug Evans, Kay Wade, Mrs. Holland, Carol Corder, Janet Graeber, Sally Evans, Linda Harrison. Mary Baird, Barbara Graves, Judi Robbins, Mr. Pritchard, Cheryl Ackerman. 3 uture Jeaclierd C lub and cJlibraru ta MRS. HOLLAND, MR. PRITCHARD, and MISS HOLT, Advisors HOSPITALITY AND USHER COMMITTEE— Front Row, Left to Right : Susan Knauer, Diane Wilson. Ann Ogren, Jane Mc- Carthy, Jo Irwin, Karen Rule, Linda Chamberlin. Second Row, Left to Right: Barbara Wagner. Clara Jo Shiffer. Mary Alice Hall, Mr. Eckey, David Craham, Mike Miller, Don Pearson. John Hlake. Joe Robinson, Jack Peterson. OFFICE STAFF — Front Row, Left to Right: Sharon Lewis, Nancy Utterson. Second Row, Left to Right: Toni DiSalvo, Mildred Palladino, Sue Williams, Linda Friedmeyer, Sharon Felice, Linda Wilkerson. Third Row, Left to Right: Jerrene Myerly, Sue Knauer. Patty Hammond, Nancy Sefani, Esther Caldwell, Jane McCarthy, Wilma Walker, Vicky Scaglione. Jeanine Steward. STAGE CREW — First Row, Left to Right: Mike Crivaro, Steve Ash. John Scott. Second Row, Left to Right: Charles Hornbaek. John Knolke. Phil Zahn. Mr. Miller. Stac e C rew an MR. MILLER and MRS. RICHARDSON, Advinor LEADERS CLUB — First Row, Left to Right: Lois Jewell, Linda Fryman, Donna Foes, Rose Marie Piccolo, Jo Irwin. Second Row, Left to Right: Barbara Wagner, Marilyn Sharp, Dixie shoemaker, Mary Ann Skinner. Marilyn Brightwell. Sherry Hilla- bolt, Vicki Silny, Phyllis Thacker, Eileen Sinclair, Susan Cox, Ann Woods, Sharon Green. Third Row, Left to Right: Judy Allen, Sandy Smith, Donna Barbour, Jo Shiffer. Linda Ray. Sharon Lewis, Linda Kvans. .Jane! Hrnwn. Wilma Walker. Sharon Felice, Linda Meek, Judy Robbins. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Janice Kline, Mildred Palladino, Linda Copic, Pat Perry, Cheryl Glanz, Karen Bacon, Jean Ann Jones, Sheryle Keefer, Debbie Alber, Connie Rothman, Mary Alice Hall. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Sandy Guyer, Sue Williams, Barbara Graves, Claudia Jones, Linda Simpson, Becky Mogenson, Jane Hasse- brock, Kay Rhodes, Susan Knauer, Nancy Stefani, Jean Ipsen, Grace Fry, Colleen Van Scoyck, Mary Biard. — 45 — DORIAN ART CLUB — First Row, Left to Right : Susan Wheatley, Carol Batterton, Carol Bingaman, Bob Byg, Judy Alsted, Sandy Baker. Connie Wells. Second Row, Left to Right: Gary Hubbard. Tom Rhodes, Mr. Bear. Terry Simmons, Jim Spitznagel, Roger Sayers, Li nda Evans, Susan Davis. Irt +Sta and c £)orian Irt C fuL MR. BEAR, Advisor ART STAFF— Front Row, Left to Right: Mr. Bear. Bob Byg, Roger Sayers, Tom Rhodes, Terry Simmons, Connie Wells, Susan Wheatley, Diane Davis, Mel Stump, Chuck Mettler. — 46 — Ijjpn Mp I o iff mi mini HOMEMAKING STAFF — First Row, Left to Right: Carol Conrath, Janet Graeber, Carol Bingaman, Carol Batterton, Janet Newman, Kay Dove, Nancy Toomer. Second Row, Left to Right: Phyllis Porter, Mary Cordaro, Susan Wheatley, La Donna Stump, Sharon Baker, Verna Langham, Karen Heck, Eleanor Brown, Jo Irwin. J lom em a Lin a and Secretarial Sta MISS MORONEY, MISS EALY, and MISS SUTTER, Advisors LATIN CLUB — First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Graves, Jim Phillips, Lee Andre, Allen Dickes. Charles Hornback, Jim Noland, Doug Evans. Nelson Cunningham. Second Row, Left to Right: Colette Hoover, Linda Bacon. Judy Lewis. Pam Rund- berg. Sue Fazio, Julie Withington, Sandy Geyer, Jane Hassebrock, Toni Anderson. Linda Chamberlin. Third Row, Left to Right: Cheryl Dick, Susan Knauer, Ann Ogren, Karen Miller, Janan Batchelor, Donna Barbour. Diane Wilson. Peggy Skinner, Carol Roth. Fourth Row. Left to Right: Kay Wade, Janet McRoberts. Jeanette Robbins. Karen Rule. Sandra Shepherd, Jean Jaquinta, Susan King. Susan Harbert, Carol Taber. Shirley Andre. oCatin dub and Russian C lc ass MISS KIRKHOFF, Advitor Jfl RUSSIAN CLASS — Front Row, Left to Right: Dave Goodlaxen, Dennis Luttrell, Mike Williams, Craig Wallace, Paul Ruby, Dennis Chadwick, Roger Sayers, Jerry Haldeman, Ivan Coldwell. Back Row, Left to Right: Miss Kirkhoff. Sharon Loughry, Barbara Wagner, Jeanette Robbins, Mary Ann Skinner, Sue Klauenburch, Jean Watson, Ann Ogren, Judi Robbins, Phyllis Harmon. — 48 — FRENCH CLUB — First Row, Left to Right: Janice Kline, Diana Reyes. Toni Fontanini, Phyllis Harmon. Second Row, Left to Right: Kay Wade, Carol Carder, Pat Falbo, Karen Miller, Christy Dysart, Karen Rule, Linda Ferguson, Sharon Davis. David Turner. Back Row: Mrs. Bevington, Nancy Johnson. Bill Foulkes, Mike Shannon. 3 rencli ( (ub and Student (Center Sta MRS. BEVINGTON, MR. HICKEY and MRS. SHIFFER, Advisars STUDENT CENTER STAFF: First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Stefani, Janet Spitzer, Merrill Derrington, Bob Byg, Tom Rhodes. Karen Bacon, Sandy Clark. Back Row: Mr. Hickey, Mrs. Shiffer. — 49 — ?S ft ? nwf BOYS GLEE CLUB — Front Row, Left to Right: Tom McMahon, Ron Erickson. Ron Kent, Mark McBeth, Merrill Jacobsen, Harry Morris, Larry Wood, Clark Duncan, Marshall Allen. Bob Lohrman, Gerald Holmes, Dave Brebner, Dick James. Richard Campbell, Anders Tyrberg. Second Row, Left to Right: Gary Winter, John Scott. Gerry Gummerson. Max Biddle. Don Sparks, Mike Flemister. Ralph Petersen, Bob Lumsden, Mike Snover. Doug Brodie, Marvin Thomason. Glenn Surber. Jim Jones, Mike Shannon, Bill Koulkes. Back Row, Left to Right: Kathy Serrill, Mr. Whalev. Linda Chamborlin. ()3o Aj (jir(d Cjfee C fuLs MR. WHALEY, Director GIRLS GLEE CLUB — Front Row, Left to Right: Linda Gregory, Barbara Martens, Janet Behrens, Suzanne Summy, Beverly Atkinson, Judy Lewis, Pat Falbo, Diane Fryman, Sue Fajio, Jean Jaquinta, Shirley Andre, Maxine Lucia, Linda Feagins, Joyce Gray, Sandy Masolini, Julie Withington, Mr. Whaley. Second Row, Left to Right: Cathy Aiello, Sandy Baker, Linda Ferguson, Linda Greenleaf, Cheryl Cook, Amy Ackerlund, Kay Browning, Madeline Squ ire, Clarita Strohl, Colleen Van Scoyk, Jill Leopold, Suzette Stephens, Donna Poison, Carole Jones, Connie Rothman, Lorlee James, Colette Hoover. Third Row, Left to Right: Connie Wells, Dixie Parsons, Carol Taber, Jennifer Mansfield, Sue Danley, Gloria Roeder, Doris Jones, Cathy Reynolds, Susan Wolf, Janet Lewis, Judy Kothenbeutel, Jane Cook, Cheryl LaBarr, Mary Short, Pat Driscoll, Lois Gray, Susan Harbert. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Benny Gunn, Grace Fry, Leora Diestler, Dean Thomas, Glenda Ackerlund, Doreen Davis, Susan King, Janet McRoberts, Judy Dennett, Pam Rundberg, Jean Ipsen, Mary Ellen Kiger, Jeannine Hiatt, Donna Glick, Ronelle Copic, Patty Flatt, Linda Copic, Peggy Copic, Deborah Alber, Connie Michelson. — 52 — JUNIOR CHORUS— Front Row, Left to Right: Linda Minard, Sue Newerth, Pam Cremeens. Carol Taber. Marcia Sneller, Diane Fryman, Sherry Mahrenholz, Jean Jaquinta, Clarita Strohl, Colleen Van Scoyk. Linda Mincks, Suzette Stephens, Doris Jones, Accompanist Anne Ogren, Director John Whaley. Second Row, Left to Right: Collette Hoover, Myrna Petersen, Barbara Martens, Linda Gregory, Janet Lewis. Sally Mortimer, Shirley Andre, Jolene Dray, Judy Kothenbeutel. Sheryl Silcott. Kay Browning, Hope Feyen. Sue Fazio, Donna Poison, Marcia Logan, Ronelle Copic. Third Row, Left to Right: Deanna Moffitt, Judy Lewis, Jennifer Mansfield, Connie Cordaro, Janet Behrens, Vivian Briney, Maxine Lucia, Pat Falbo, Diane Bellizzi, Beckey Gowdey, Julie Withington, Susan King, Janet McRoberts, Jane Cook, Pam Rundberg, Peggy Copic, Mary Ellen Kreger, Susan Harbert. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Sue Newerth. Marna Petersen, Larry Van Scoyk, Tom Simon, Doug Marshall, Tom Murphy. Roger Jones. (Jary Ullrich. Ron Abernathy, Pat Graham, Dennis Kellogg, Eric Henderson, Danny Remele. Karen Slater. Judy Dennett. Pat Driscoll. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Bob Clark, Phil Huglin, Bill Wood, Jim Noland, Larry Whitford, Bob Moylan, Tim Wilson, Doug Cowie, Barton Figg, Dave Foster. Phil Noah. Laddie Jobe. Leroy Ray- mond, John Ogden, Dave Johnson, Bill Clark, Eddie Koons, Dale Rosenbach. Allen Essman. unlor Senior C liorudeA MR. WHALEY, Director SENIOR CHORUS— Front Row, Left to Right: Anne Ogren, Linda Clark. April Peer, Karen Miller. Sandy Clark, Susan Williams, Kathy Serrill, Sandy Geyer. Mary Grubb, Karen Rule. Barbara Bunch, Diana Davis, Barbara Lee. Marjorie Zelsdorf, Becky Koder, Connie Rothman, Madeline Squire, Carole Jones, Mr. Whaley. Second Row, Left to Right: Jo Irwin, Anne Huglin, Cheryl Marshall, Judy Badger, Kaye Blunt, Richard Berryhill, Steve Erickson, Larry Woods, Bob Lumsden. Marshall Allen, Dwight Mosely, Gerald Holmes. Dick James. Pat Devlin. Betty St. John, Anita Logan, Diana Reyers. Nancy Johnson. Linda Copic, Linda Chamberlin. Third Row, Left to Right: Judy Cowie. Sharon Clark, Janan Batchelor. Linda Latimer. Carol Chase, Bob Cook, Mark Wagner, Corey Phelps, Harry Morris, Marvin Thomason, Richard Campbell, Jim Jones, Toni Fontanini. Nancy Villines, Cathy Funaro, Martha Highland. Sherry Florer. Karen Holton, Barbara Wagner. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Sharon Loughry, Connie Martin. Joanette Robbins, Judy Hammer. Jane Hassebrock, Ron Kent, David Goodlaxson. Mark McBeth. Ron Erickson. Clark Duncan. Anders Tyrberg. Bill Foulkes, Mike Shannon, Cathy Aiello, Maureen Barrett, Nancy Utterson, Dixie Shoemaker, Barbara Curley. Sharon Lewis. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Penny Johnson. Judi Robbins, Dinny Barshell. Karen Myerly, Karen Kautzky, Wilma Walker. Don Sparks. John Scott, Ralph Petersen, Gary Winter, Don Gilson. Doug Brodie. Max Biddle, Mike Snover, Roxanna Graham. Kay Rhodes, Madeline Graziano, Sherry Adams. Gladys Murphy. Jo Shiffer. Jean Ipsem. Not Shown: Becky Maxon, Tom McMahon. Diane Stanton, Linda Van Dyke. — 53 — Don Pearson Drum Major BAND — Left to Right, First Row: Ed Newman, Mark Wallace, Leonard Wallace. Gene La Rogue. Bob Agar, Jim Baker, Bob Phillips, Bruce Walker, Steve Randall, Rickey Nelson, Gary Heck, Margaret Yanasak, Marilyn Brightwell. Second Row: Dave Goodlaxon, Jon Grindle, Charles Miller, Sandy Geyer, Dennis Brightwell, Paul Levaug. Tom Lutcavish, Clark Wallace. Bob Greenleaf, Dennis Chadwick, Steve Bougher, Ralph Petersen. Third Row: Fred Kggers. Jim Beckett, Sandi Heck, Car- mene Busch, Patty Hoff, Nancy Bartholomeu, Donna Barbour, Jim Diemer. Keith Oveson, Marianne Lett, Frank Bures, Fourth Row: Vicki Lumley, Collette Hoover, Mama Petersen, Jean Armhrest, Betsy Casady, Gordon Bowman, John Gorber, Tom Wood. Jim Spitznagel, Ray Woodmansee. — 55 — LETTERMAN CLUB — First Row, Left to Right: Steve Boucher, Bob Greenleaf, Doc Reppert, Nelson Cunningham. Jerry- Johnson, Mark Wagner, Dan Borg, Sect.; Marshall Allen, Pres.: John Blake. Second Row: Left to Right: Jim Van Scoyk, Boh Lumsden, Jerry Keener. Chuck Mettler, Mr. Klinzman, Adv.; Junior Campbell, LaMont Combs, Gerald Holmes, Rick Nelson, Denny Joss. Third Row, Left to Right: Kenny Ray, Gary Crees, Jim Schrock, Steve Mortimer. Warren Burge, Brian Baker. Dour Brodie, Terry Warren. Steve Williams. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Denny Davis. Ralph Peterson, Pat Cord. Steve Randall, Joe Robinson, Walt Shaw, Allen Dickes. Brian Percival, Marv Thomason, V. Pres. ; Bob Burns. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Jim Diemer, Harry Morris, Jerry Marturello, Gary Hensyel, Don Foreman, Frank Bures. Bill Park. Mike Dunham. Dave Cherry, Dennis Narland, Bill Robinson, Treas. dCett ermen 3 i lut? an MR. KLINZMAN and MR. DeMOUTH, Advisors FLAG TWIRLERS— Left to Right: Jackie Toon. Jill Smith, Joy Magers, Lynda Lafferty. Nancy Utterson, Karen Reeves, Sharon Lewi s. H .1 -II k k it R DRILL TEAM IN FORMATION DRILL TEAM: Front Row, Left to Right : Marilyn Kemp. Toni Huntsman, Lois Nithman. Bonnie Browning, Fran Davis, Sandy Clark. Second Row, Left to Right: Linda Clark, lleene Mason. Donna Fisher, Jean Ann Jones, Sally Hardenbrook, Donnie Troxel. Third Row, Left to Right: Ann Huglin, Sandy Bradley, Gale Statler, Jo Welsh, Mimi Berrett, Sheryl Marshall. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Darla Mason, Virginia Golden, Darlene Cocoran, Cathy Funaro, Sherlyn Smith. Fifth Row, Left to Right: Sue Williams, Karen Rule, Dixie Shoemaker, Sherry Kinkki, Sherry Thornton, Carla Stevens. Sixth Row, Left to Right: Vicki Silney, Cathi Anderson. Vicki Scaglion, Henrietta Ryan, Pam Roberts, Elaine Yancy. Coach Klinzman sending in instructions. — 61 — Coach KLINZMAN Football Coach CEYNAR Assistant Football VARSITY FOOTBALL — Front Row. Left to Right : Dennis Davis, Jerome Bradley. Jerry Cummerson, Dave Pardekooper, Jerry Marturello Pat Cord. Jerry Keener, Bill Park, Marty Haines. Dale Warner. Second Row. Left to Right: Henry Rivera, Larry Farr Ron ' Erickson, Jim Brightman, Gary Warren, LaMont Combs, Marshall Allen. John Myerly, Chuck Mettler. Ron Berry, Bill Coburn, Gary Wicker. Bob Hall. Third Row, Left to Right: Gary Crees. Dan Horg. Gerald Holmes. Mike gnover, Art Koch, John Blake. Mike Miller. Chris West. Gary Runge, Warren Burge, Ron Wilson. Steve Mortimore. John Dowell. Jim Schrock, Marvin Thomason, Doug Brodie, Mike Flemister. VARSITY FOOTBALL SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Lincoln 20 Marshalltown 18 Lincoln 27 Valley 12 Lincoln 0 East 20 Lincoln 12 East 19 Lincoln 14 Valley 7 Lincoln 13 Tech 20 Lincoln 6 Roosevelt 38 Lincoln 7 North 12 Lincoln 6 Osky 7 Lincoln 33 Ankeny 6 Lincoln 12 Tech 28 Lincoln 7 Newton 7 Lincoln 2 North 0 Lincoln 13 Roosevelt 27 Lincoln 13 Creston 21 SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL— Front Row, Left to Right: Dan Sease, Rod Courtney, Brad Davenport Dave Law Keith Ove- son. Mark Wallace, Dick Queener, Don Berry, John Wilson Steve Tamasi, Steve Williams. Bruce Walker. Second Row, Left to Right: ... ku m : Dave Brebner. Ray Woodmansee, Corey Phelps. Terry Hampshire. Craig Wallace Don Fie ds. Nick Scavo Rick Elbert, Bob Worthington. Dave Mefferd. Jim Duede. Jerry Wales. Larry Knight. Dick Knight. Don Wilson Third Ro Left to Right: Bud Downard, Mike Collins, Dave Cherry, Gary Greene, Gary Kesselring Bi 1 Allen. Roger Surbaugh Jeff »arber Don Speck. Carol Moore, Dick James, Larry Holmes, John Bakody. Doc Reppert, Phil Zahn Robert Cook. Fourth Row Left to Right: Mr. DeMouth. Bob Hanson, Clyde McCaw, Bob Miller. Doug Simmons. Ron Curly, Steve Fitzsimmons Ed New- man, Mike Mackey, Mike Dunam, Gary Winters, Kenny Zika, Ed Allen, John Harakat. Jim Jones. Tied Allen, Mike Davis. Ron Elmore. Coach DE MOUTH Football Coach ELMORE Football Coach ROUSE Track TRACK TEAM — Front Row, Left to Right: Mark Wagner, Carl Hammer. Nelson Cunningham, Keith Grubb, Bob Heitman. Second Row. Left to Right: Gary Grubb. Bill Halfhill, Ray Babb. Marvin Rooney, Larry Schreib, Lyle Spilman. HOYS AM) GIRLS GOLF FALL TRACK KK( OKI) Lincoln 20 Marshalltown 6 Lincoln 8 East 14 Lincoln 9 Newton 12 Lincoln 8 Valley 13 Lincoln 20 Newton 17 Lincoln 12 Tech 11 Lincoln 8 North 13 Lincoln ' s girls fall golf team finished second in the city meet. Team members were: Jo Welch. Karen Zeis, Cathy Erickson, Linda Fryman. Mil- dred Palladino, Barbara Wagner. The first five girls were the only ones who placed in the meet. After entering the fall golf meet, the boy ' s team finished in third place. Members were: Frank Bures, Bob Greenleaf, Phil Miller, Don Foreman. Tom Sherk, and Charles Machey. The boys missed getting second place by two strokes. HOYS AND (wIKLS TENNIS Lincoln High ' s boys and girls tennis teams entered the City Fall Tennis Tournament. The girls tennis team record was as follows: First singles -Nancy Johnson, won two games, thus advanced to semifinals. Second singles— Judy Robbins, last match. First doubles Barbara Burchfield. Janie Mc- Carthy, last match. Second doubles — Linda Evans. Barbara Graves, last match. The girl ' s tennis team placed fourth in the city. The boy ' s tennis team record was as follows : First singles — Ralph Peterson, last match. Second singles — Anders Tyrberg, last match. First doubles -Steve Randall. Steve Bougher. last match. Second doubles — Bob Byg, Harry Morris, last match. The boy ' s tennis team placed fifth in the city. BOYS ' AND GIRLS ' GOLF AND TENNIS — Front Row, Left to Right: Don Foreman. Ralph Petersen, Steve Bougher, Anders Tyrberg, Nancy Johnson. Second Row, Left to Right: Charles Mackey, Bob Greenleaf, Phil Miller, Tom Sherk. Jo Welch. Third Row, Left to Right: Linda Fryman, Barbara Wagner, Mildred Paladino, Cathy Erickson, Barbara Burchfield. Coach STONE Tennis i Coach TALARICO Basketball VARSITY BASKETBALL — First Row, Left to Right: Hob Lumaden. Jerry Marturello, Jerry Keener. Bill Park. Jim Sehrock. Dan Borff, Alex Quijano, Bob C.reenleaf. Rick Nelson, manager. Second Row, Left to Right: Gary Henysel, Frank DeFran- ' rsen, Gary Crees, Bob Burns Cisco, Jim Van Scoyk, Joe Robinson, Bi Shaw, manager. Randall. Ralph P Mike Miller. Walter Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln L incoln jncoln .incoln jncoln incoln ,incoln , incoln Linco ln Lincoln District Lincoln VARSITY BASKETBALL Saydel Perry Roosevelt Oskaloosa Tech North Roosevelt Chariton Dowling East Valley North Newton SWIMMING TKAM 63 51 41 52 40 44 44 62 39 31 49 43 57 48 57 69 50 59 58 59 56 73 52 40 62 .sit Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln 43 37 46 47 45 40 Lincoln Third in City Lincoln 30 Lincoln 57 Lincoln 58 Lincoln 33 Lincoln Fourth in District Lincoln 52 Lincoln Seventh in State North Fort Dodge Fast Boone Tech Marshalltown 4(5 43 49 40 39 41 Roosevelt East Tech Roosevelt North 52 29 27 53 North : £1 SWIMMING— Front Row, Left to Right: Lyle Spillman, Bob McCoy, Ron Abernathy, Albert Robson, Dave Fegley, Harry Morris, Jim Diemer, Jim Rosenfield, Marvin Rooney. Second Row, Left to Right: Jim Selby, Marv Thomason, Terry Simmons. Mark Wagner. Terry Warren, Jerry Johnson. Don Berry, Brian Baker. Tom Sherk, Ron Trent. Top Row, Left to Rig ht : Martin Zylstra. Mark Wallace, Steve Mortimore, Brian Percival, Larry Schreib, Steve Fitzsimmons, Mike Redfield, Clark Wallace, Mike Snover, Coach Graaff. Coach GRAAFF Swimming — 66 — Coach KLINZMAN Basketball SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL — First Row, Left to Right : Keith Oveson, Art James, Craig Wallace. Rick Nelson, Jim Duede, Dick James, Nick Scavo, Jerry Wales, Paul Ruby, Ron Curly. Second Row, Left to Right: Don Speck, Phil Zahn, Fred Allen, Garry Kesselring, Ed Newman, John Knolke. Clayle McCaw, Doug Simmons, Gary Winters, Jim Jones, Fred Lindsey, Jeff Revier. SECOND TEAM Lincoln 51 Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln 37 19 34 •M 36 36 37 42 33 57 38 49 41 17 48 57 27 BASKETBALL Saydel Perry Roosevelt Osky Tech North East Tech East Tech North Roosevelt Chariton Dowling Km st Valley North Newton 35 46 33 51 49 42 51 27 45 46 52 32 46 52 36 40 48 61 WRESTLING RECORD Lincoln 7 Tech Lincoln 16 Roosevelt Lincoln 10 Newton Lincoln 11 North Lincoln 16 Perry Lincoln 16 Ankeny Lincoln 15 East Lincoln 17 Roosevelt Lincoln 26 Grinnell Lincoln Fifth Place in City Meet Lincoln 11 North Lincoln 8 East Lincoln 13 Tech 41 36 37 31 29 29 32 28 21 38 48 34 si) i V Coach BLENDERMA] Wrestling WRESTLERS — Front Row, Left to Right : Dick Knight, Dale Reeser, Ken Ray, Dennis Narland, Larry Woods, Logan Martin, Joe Silney, Merrill Jacobson. Second Row, Left to Right : Jon Grindle. Rod Courtney, Dave Mefferd, Doc Reppert, Dave Cherry, Norm Wilson. Ron Erickson, Swede Gummerson. Third Row, Left to Right: Mike Kling, Warren Burge, Mike Dun- ham, Keith Grubb, Larry Bass. John Harakat, Mike Mackey, Dick Fisher, John Blake, Bill Allen. Not Shown: Gerald Holmes, Gary Grubb. — 67 — VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM— Front Row, Left to Right : Carrol Moore, Terry Warren, Jim Dude, Marshall Allen, Jerry Marturello, Jim Selby, Alec Quijano. Second Row. Left to Right: Jim Schrock, Hill Park, Kenny Zika, Fred Allen, Bob Lumsden, Louis Webber, Lamont Combs. Third Row, Left to Right: Gary Crees, Dennv .Joss. Jim Jones, Ron Curley, Bob Burns, Frank DeFrancisco, Coach Heintz. (J3a5ebail y $3ou$, Cjir(s j° f earns BOY ' S AM) GIRL ' S GOLF — Front Row. Left to Right: Joy M gers, Karen Zeis. Marry Griffin. Linda Gregory. Chris Mickesh, Linda Fryman, Sandy Clark, Lynda Lafferty, Dorla Mason. Barbara Wagner. Second Row, Left to Right: Steve Fitzsimmons, Bob Worthington, Craig Wallace, Mike Miller, Carl Palladino, Mildred Palladino, Sandy Geyer, Jo Welch. Third Row, Left to Right: Dennis Chadwick, Don Foreman, Frank Bures, Bob Greenleaf, Dick Queener, Joe Robinson, Paul Ruby, Jeff Revere, Jackie Toon. Coach CEYNAR Golf — 68 — SECOND TEAM BASEBALI — First Row, Left to Right: Joe Silney, Paul Loney, Andy Riveria, Jerry Wales, Ray foreman, Nick Scavo. Second Row, Left to Right: Eddie Newman, Bill Allen. Roger Sur- lmugh, Steve Douglas, Bob Anderson, Richard Boston, Bud Downard, Steve Tamasi. Third Row. Left to Right: Doug Simmons. Paul Levang, Mike Dunham, Tom Milligan, Mike Beattie. Coach Kern, Art James Larry Knight, Dave Law, Mark Blessing, Mike Redfield, Mike Loffredo. 1 1 ? - e Coach ROUSE Track M KIM. IK. (K— Front Row, Lef. t.i Right: Marvin Thomaton, Bob Heitman, Clark Wall.-..-, ' . Don Bony, Gary Keatelring Gary Greene .Jerome Bradley, Clarence Dennis, Dwight Mosley. Jim Diemer, Dave Cherry. Gerald Holmes, Nelson Cunning- ham. Brian Maker. Second Row, Left to Rig ht : Coach Rouse, Jerry Keener, Dennis Davis, Harry Morris, Larry Schreib, Henry An era, r - y t, 8 V. Art Kwch « Steve Mortimore. Mike Snover, Kill Robinson, Rick Meier, Gary Winter, Dan Ron?, Kenny diii ni Denn ¥ ,e , Houghtaling. Third Row. Left to Right: Mark Wagner. Coach Klendermnn. Den Richardson. Larry Holmes Kill Titus. John Gunson, Gerry Gummerson, Gene Mangold, Mike Mackey, Roger Kurke. Mark Wallace, Doc Reppert, Dick James, Dick Knight, Dave Jorgenson. John Karakat. Warren Kurge. Not in the picture: Ron Erickson, Gary Grubb Keith Grubb, Dennis Narjand. Dave Pardekooper, Dick Remer, Gary Runge. Rod Courtney, John Knolke. Dale Reeser, Kenny Ray. Jon Grindle, Darrell Davis, Kill Foulkes. Coach DeMouth is not pictured. Sprinq Jrack S uad and fVlermaids ?? :? MAID ?— , Flr8 Row Left to Right: Debbie Alber, Connie Rothman. Retsy Casady, Karbara Graves, Judi Robbins, Janit Rothman Jackie Toon, Donna Foes. Carolyn Koons, Jo Shiffer. Second Row, Left to Right: Judi Kothenbeutel, Nancy Tarn. Jerrene Myerly. Kathy Hill. Suzanne Neu werth. Marcia Clark, Sue Harbert, Cheryl Fontanini, Keri Kothenbeutel, Pam Snook, Beaky Maxon. — 70 — Coach RICHARDSON Mermaids MARILYN KEMP Editor-in-Chief Sandy Bradley Judv Cowie Gladys Murphy Sharon Clark Doug Brodie Columnist Columnist Back Page Circulation Advertising — 72 — Senior t aifdpdtter +Sta Semi - y nnuai MR. SANDERS, Advisor W k 1 SHERIE KINKKI Editor-In-Chic f Margaret Yanasak Makeup Bonny Browing Sketches Dixie Shoemaker Sketches Sandy Cain Glossies Sherry Hillabolt Barbara Burchfield Patty Brockman Glossies Organizations Organizations Gary Crees Sports Darla Locke Picture Page Tom Rhodes Picture Page Marilyn Sharp Highlights Dixie Jeffries Circulation Jerry Marturello Adver tisin g JOURNALISM CLASS— 12 A— Front Row, Left to Right: Bob Lumsden, Bill Park. Henry Rivera. Frank DeFrancisco. Alec JJuijano. LeRoy Porter Gary Hensyel, John Dowell. Second Row, Left to Right: Jackie Breithreutz. Judy Weston. Nancy loomer Mary Short, Jean Moore, Linda Joss. Lynda Lafferty. Jeanette Smith. Bonnie Burnett. Back Row, Left to Right: Kar a Stevens Linda Coj.ic, Leora Diestler, Veronica Toussaint. Shirley Lavia. Carole Jones. Lois Jewell. Eleanor Brown. Dorla Mason, Tom DiSalvo. journalism C fc MR. SANDERS, Advisor i uu j H — 12 nt Row ' Left to Ri K ht: Pat Brannen, Lonnie Umdenstock, Joe Robinson, Don Corigliano, Gary Hubbard, Junior Campbell. Jerry Keener, John Scott, Gerald Holmes, Kenny Ray, Dave Pardekooper. Second Row, Left to Right: Jeanie Murphy, Sandy Steele, Nancy Chan dler, Sue Davis, Nancy Friedmeyer, Dan Borg, Merrill Derrington, Jackie Green Mary Grubb, Leonard Moore, Chas. Hornback. Back Row, Left to Right: Nancy Anderson, Linda Clark, Virginia Gol- den, Linda Morrison. Carolyn Loffredo, Clara Clingan, Judy Allen, Pam Roberts, Carolyn Koons, Jacque Rebmann, Marilyn Leo, Sandy Masolini. I I — 74- junior YY i55 By Jerome Chodorov and Joseph Fields Production directed by J. W. Pritchard CAST (in order of appearance) Harry Graves Grace Graves Hilda Lois Graves Judy Graves Fuffy Adams J. B. Curtis Ellen Curtis Willis Reynolds Barlow Adams Merrill Feurbach Sterling Brown Albert Kunody Haskell Cummings Tommy Arbuckle Jerry Austin Diane Wilson Judy Badger Linda Joss Sherry Florer Jolene Dray Co rey Phelps Carolyn Fagen Mike Shannon Jim Guile Jerry Hughes Doug Evans Dave Brebner Ron Abernathy Clayle McCaw PRODUCTION STAFF Assistant Director Stage Manager Property Manager Lights and Sound Prompter Publicity Set Decoration Program Design Ann Woods Jacque Rebmann Raye Masolini Esther Caldwell Carole Mark Susan Williams Gary Hubbard Bob Byg GREEN ROOM NOTES Jerry Austin, Judy Badger, Jolene Dray, Carolyn Fagen, Sherry Florer, Ray Masolini, Jacque Rebmann, Mike Shannon and Ann Woods in: Design for Murder. Jerry Austin, Gary Hubbard, Jacque Rebmann and Mike Shannon in : We Were Young That Year. Carole Mark and Jolene Dray in: Behind That Mask. — 77 — — 80 — Varsity Faculty 3asKetball Champs Senior Spring J iijlilujlils The spring of 1961 was filled with study, club work, and friends; yet, Lincolners had many new experiences, met new people, and acquired new knowledge. The new semester started with the election of the Senior Student Council officers: Allen Dickes, president ; Tom Rhodes, vice president ; Jim Selby, chief justice ; Dixie Jeffries, secretary; and Karen Keefer, treasurer. Two new faces at Lincoln were Mr. Cassel- man, who took over the teaching duties of Mr. Pos who left Lincoln to work in the Department of Pupil Adjustment; and Mrs. Grant, an English teacher who replaced Mrs. Wright. In various contests in the English department, senior high students won recognition for their poetry and short essays. They were: Steve Bougher, Stephe n Randall, Ralph Peterson, Madeline Schrieb for poetry. Short honorable mentions were : Remer, and Janette Robbins. Also, fourteen senior high art students won gold key achievement awards in the Annual (Continued on page 88) Margaret Yanasak, Squire, and Larry essay winners and Frank Bures, Dick 1. Keep your eyes on this one. D city diving champion. CONSIDER... aQreer ...NOT A JOB When looking ahead to your business life, you want to think beyond just a job. Consider the kind of business career you want and judge the qualities of the com- pany which is a part of that business. Life Insurance is a good business and the Equitable Life of Iowa is a good company — offering so many opportunities for the career man or woman. Look into the Equitable, and you ' ll find all of the so-called fringe benefits offered by business gener- ally, plus some that only Equitable has for you. 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For the second year, fifteen Lincoln High band members were placed in the All-City Band. Students from the Lincoln distributive educa- tion class attended the State DECA convention March 12 and 13. Sally Hardenbrook was chosen DECA queen. L Club, the new letterman ' s club of Lincoln high school, held its first meeting in March. Offi- (Continued on page 96) MOFFITT BUILDING MATERIAL CO. Plastering Materials Brick Masonry Materials Sand, Gravel, Limestone Roofing and Siding — Insulation 621 S. 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ATlantic 8-4283 DES MOINES, IOWA Lemmo ' s Grill Fine Foods 321 1 INDIANOLA ROAD DES MOINES, IOWA CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1961 GRADUATES FROM HOME OIL COMPANY Fuel Oil Delivered 107 E. 6th Phone CH 3-6456 — 93 — + — — WeddiHCj, + ANNOUNCEMENTS THANK YOU NOTES NAPKINS, MATCHES Modern or traditional Styles that will please every Bride, yet the prices are moderate. 7 out Bridal cadtjuaxUx Boone ' s Book and Bible Store 311-313 Ninth Street Des Moines 9, Iowa Iowa ' s Headquarters for Religious Merchandise ALWAYS PLAN YOUR FUTURE Your Best Investment After Your Education — Is Real Estate HOMES ACREAGES FARMS REALTY Office CH 4-9 1 83 800 Herold Street Notary Public and Insurance Sembower Pharmacy 4020 Fleur Drive REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES CH 3-01 19 PRESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED BIOLOGICALS — SICKROOM SUPPLIES COMPLETE BABY DEPARTMENT OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Tony ' s .Salon (J3eauti£ CH 3-0619 4314 S.W. 9th 4 — 94 — .+ u Yellow Cabs PHONE CH 3-1111 Pioneer Jewelers of Iowa HEADQUARTERS For 1961 Senior Class Rings and Pins. NO MONEY DOWN— Payments as low as $l per week Have you seen our new $ 1 2.95 " Going Steady " diamond ring? Plumb Jewelry Store Walnut at Sixth Des Moines HELPFUL Banking Service VALLEY BANK TRUST CO WALNUT AT FOURTH Where Every Customer Is Important Member F. D. I. C. — 95 — Senior Spring J lujliliq.lit (Continued from page 88) cers elect ed were: Marshall Allen, president; Marv Thomason, vice president; Dan Borg, secretary; and Bill Robinson, treasurer. The 12A ' s held their annual Get-Together the last of March. With the cast of Alice In Wonder- land, One Thousand and One Dalmations, and in- dividual costumes from Adventureland, Fantasy- land, Frontierland, and Tomorrowland, they car- ried out their Disneyland theme. Bob Byg and Tom Rhodes, senior art students, displayed their exhibits at the sixth annual Art Fair at Iowa State Teachers College in early April. Next came Lincoln ' s spring play, " Junior Miss, " under the direction of Mr. Pritchard. It was one of the funniest plays ever presented at Lincoln. Two science fairs followed in the month of April. First was the third annual Hawkeye Science Fair with three entries from Lincoln. In later April, there was an Elementary and Junior High Science Fair with entries from Lincoln ' s 7A science classes. (Continued on page 104) Congratulations June 1961 Graduates O ' Donnell HARDWARE 1201 Army Post Road CH 3-0531 Phone: AM 2-1389 Address: 2206 E. 14th Parking in Rear Norma s Beauty Salon Custom Hair Styling A Specialty Closed Tuesdays Hours: Mon., Thurs. Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wed. Fri. 12 to 9 p.m. BALZERS SKELLY SERVICE Washing Greasing Tires Batteries - Accessories 2716 S. W. 9th Street — 96 — CONGRATULATIONS Fro m PARK AVENUE CLINIC 3305 S. W. 9th Phone CH 3-7625 i 4 Congratulations to Lincoln Seniors from Iowa Paint 3301 Southwest Ninth St. FOR CAMPUS OR CAREER • • • Luggage By America ' s Foremost Manufacturers Samsonite American Tourister Hartmann Wheary Skyway Atlantic It Costs No More to Buy the Best H A D D O N S Charge - It 1 Walnut at Eighth j l 4 — 97 — 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 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 Realtor Notary Public Loans Property Management Fire Insurance Member of Multiple Listing Exchange STOUT 3138 S. W. 9th Street Phone CH 3-1314 + DR. C. R. KNUTSON DENTIST 3 1 10 S.W. 9th Street X-RAY SERVICE Office Hours — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Wednesday P.M. PHONES Office CH 3-0885 Home CH 4-8786 — 98 — + +■ CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1961 GRADUATES VAN GINKEL and SONS 2927 S.E. 14th CH 3-7378 ■+ + Larry Monroe 3-6 P.M. Wonderful Radio 94 THE NEW KIOA THANKS, LINCOLN LAW ' S DX BRAKE SERVICE — MOTOR TUNE-UP PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE GOLD BOND STAMPS • AAA SERVICE S.W. 9th WATROUS CH 3-9190 — 99 — 3. All right boys, now let ' s get in there and really do our stuff. 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 KOCH BROTHERS Printers • Stationers • Bookbinders Office Outfitters • Office Machines GRAND AVENUE AT FOURTH DES MOINES Telephone CHerry 4-4224 + SUPERIOR " 400 " QUALITY GASOLINE PREMIUM MOTOR OIL — 100 — + +■• COMPLIMENTS ODEA Finance Company 1117 Locust Street DES MOINES, IOWA + + DENNY BRANN DRUGS ★ F. T. BINDER, Prop. ★ Telephone CHerry 3-61 I I 720 Locust St. Des Moines Quality You Can Taste " lll lliiiimiVT ■nnoERson ericksoii dairy co 2229 Hubbell • Des Moines • Phone Collect AM 6-3172 — 101 — Compliments of The Stores to go for the brands you know. LOW LOW PRICES PLUS S H Green Stamps For The Finest Graduation Portraits It ' s (jfamorized [ holoc raplity Exclusively At Woltz Home of the " LA PETITE, " Finest Billfold Photos For owapin Good Portraits Need Not Be Expensive 99 LEONARDS CLOTHING and SHOES ★ ★ ★ 3404 S.W. 9th St. Ph. AT 8-7836 Des Moines, Iowa ■• — + CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1961 COMPANY Manufacturers of: High Quality Yearbook Covers " Attract-All " Albums " Modern Arts " Catalogue Covers Phone AM 2-6524 2703 E. Grand Des Moines 17, Iowa — 102 — Paul Manning CHEVROLET loiva ' s Finest New Cars — 1021 Locust Used Cars — 17th on Ingersoll Tel.: AT 8-2151 COMPLIMENTS OF WESTERN TOOL and STAMPING Co 2724 Second Avenue Gail Boltinghouse Dan Mcllhon James Moore Dorothy Sargent Fifty four hundred South West Ninth ■ " t K hi oh — 103 — .Senior Spring licjlt (i(jh Ls (Continued from page 96) About the middle of April, senior high students elected three Drake Relays Princesses who rode in the Drake Relays parade and then attended the Drake Relays. They were : Pat Hollingsworth, 12A ; Karen Rule, 12A ; and Jeanie Murphy, 12B. A new experience for students at Lincoln was the Mermaid Show in early May. Their theme was " Around the World in Thirty Minutes. " Music came into the picture again with the annual Spring Music Festival. Also, all of the choral groups at Lincoln recorded their favorite songs in a long play album. Another new experience was the Spring Carni- val which took the place of Fun Night. There were concessions, rides, and other booths — some- thing for the whole family. The 12A , s wound up their semesters ' activities with : the Senior Banquet, May 31 ; Baccalaureate, June 4; Class Day, June 6; and Commencement, June 8. People who experienced individual highlights included : Brian Percival, who slashed six seconds (Continued on page 104) Congratulations Seniors From Brownie ' s Parking Serving You at Convenient Downtown Locations: Swim at Sunset Beach S.E. 30th Maury — 104 — CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1961 FROM DON WHITE CONSTRUCTION AND 702 E. Pleasant View Drive . . . 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 CAPITAL CITY PRINTING PLATE COMPANY 1912 GRAND AVENUE • DES MOINES 6, IOWA • POST OFFICE BOX 1574 PHOTOENGRAVING • ELECTROTYPING • STEREOTYPING • AD MATS • ART SUPPLIES " Wishing You All a Strike " Compliments of AIR LANES Bowling Alley 4200 Fleur Drive AT 2-9789 + THE G L CLOTHING and SHOES MEYER and HARRY 205 West Seventh Dial CH 3-743 1 Des Moines, Iowa — + Now It ' s Pepsi For Those Who Think Young — 106 — Yes, the Plain Talk Publishing Company has you in mind, and others who want the character of their printing to reflect the intrinsic value and quality of a prod- uct, business, organization 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 department. Phone Plain Talk, where you are kept in mind. PLAIN TALK PUBLISHING CO. Phone ATlantic 2 0485 511 6th Ave East Des Moines, Iowa WILDEN HOSPITAL 1347 Capitol Phone AM 6-5183 C on ratuialion6 eniorA THE GENERAL tire for SAFE h UMAN MILEAGE See Us For Tires, Batteries, Alignment Brake Work BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE DES MOINES GENERAL TIRE CO 440 E. Grand Avenue — goes a long way to make friends CH 4-3275 — CH 4-3276 DES MOINES, IOWA — 107 — Marshall Electric RESIDENTIAL WIRING SPECIALIST " LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY " 2125 Mc Kin ley AT 2-9765 — 108 — I +■ TRIANGLE DRUG S.E. 14th and Indianola CH 3-4131 PARK AVENUE DRUG S.W. 9th and Park Ave. CH 4-8166 + + CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1961 JUNE GRADUATES BANKERS TRUST COMPANY 6th and Locust Street Member F. D. I. C. MAN DO TONIN1 Class of Jan. 1938 CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1961 CLASS Tonini Funeral Home 2135 S. W. 9th OLINDA Phone AT 2-7311 MARY TONINI Class of June 1942 + — 109 — + +■ AT 3-1775 FREE DECORATING SERVICES FRANK C atafdo 6 INC. Furniture, Carpets and Accessories 5900 S.E. 14th Des Moines, Iowa I 4 CONGRATULATIONS 1961 GRADUATES Des Moines Sales District Tractor Implement Division Ford Motor Company CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1961 For young adults who have chosen the field of Electronics, or have an interest in Hi-Fi or Ham Radio, let us serve you with " Everything in Electronics. " Stereoso und Studio AT 8-0216 Amateur Radio Center AT 3-1538 1214 Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa — 110 — Congratulations June ' 61 Graduates MITCHELL AUTO CO. Automatic Transmission Division Everything in Transmissions AUTOMATIC— STRAIGHTSTICK— HOTROD 1012 Mulberry Telephone: CH 4-6123 Des Moines, Iowa + Remember we can make wedding pictures too + — ill — v Senior Spring J ic}li(i(jlil (Continued from page 104) from the 200 individual medly record at a time of 2:19.4 at a swimming meet in February. Allen Dickes, 12A, who was a finalist in the 1959-60 National Merit Scholarship contest along with eleven other Des Moines seniors, all of whom were from Lincoln and Roosevelt. Highlighting this semester for Ann Huglin was her winning a $500 scholarship from the Register and Tribune. Bill Park, who wound up second in metropoli- tan scoring with a sixteen point average, was selected as a guard on the Tribune ' s All-City Cage Team. Barbara Wagner, 11 A, has been chosen by the American Field Service to be an exchange student from Lincoln to Sweden this summer. She will be under somewhat similar conditions which Dixie Shoemaker, 12A, experienced last summer. According to Mr. Bowen, here are some of the new plans for next fall for Lincoln : a seven period day with a modified track system, possibly a TV history class, and a new language laboratory with teaching machines for foreign language. PRATT PAINT STORE O ' Brien Paints 1173 25th Street CR4-I873 Complete Paint and Art Supplies — . + Babe ' s Just Wonderful Food 417 SIXTH AVENUE — 112 — " GET THE HABIT " " TAXICABIT " Call RUAN CABS AT2-8111 •+ + CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1961 5660 Fleur Drive FOR THE FINEST DAIRY PRODUCTS YOU CAN DUY ANYWHERE . . . Choose FLYN N GOLD RIBBON DAIRY PRODUCTS — 113 — Going to College? The future belongs to those who prepare for it. Get the " Savings Habit " where extra services and 4% dividends will make your plans a reality. United Federal Savings and Loan Association Fourth Locust CH 3-7171 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Larson Chetalc Boats Mercury Outboard Motors BRIGHTWELL OIL COMPANY Washing and Greasing Batteries Accessories I Oth Keo CH 4-8997 GRAND VIEW COLLEGE DES MOINES, IOWA Founded 1896 2 YEARS OF COLLEGE — LIBERAL ARTS — PRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS FROM COAST TO COAST A Small School with Every Advantage We invite you to join us and participate in the fellowship of a Christian approach to education and personal growth. Fall Semester Begins September II, 1961 HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS — LOW COSTS Join Your Friends At G.V.C. — 114 — CONGRATULATIONS TO JUNE 1961 GRADUATES P C FOOD MARKET YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE STOP 3825 S.W. 9th CH 3-9577 POWER MASTER MUFFLERS LIFETIME GUARANTEE of your car against Rust-out, Burn-out and Blow Out POWER MASTER INC, 5315 S.E. 14th St. Des Moines 15, Iowa Phone AT 3-0645 O ' Callaghan ' s Appliance Headquarters in Des Moines Complete Line of Maytag, Frigidaire, Roper, Hoover and Admiral OUR 20th ANNIVERSARY YEAR 909 Locust— Des Moines CH 4-71 12 2I|. 5th— West Des Moines CR 4-3433 t +• + — Congratulations Graduating Seniors S-M-B Stage Lines Clean — Efficient Charters Everywhere 1700 E. Court AM 2-9349 KIM FLETCHER + 115 — 5. More wrestling boys, left to right, Doc Reppert, Dave Cherry, Dick Fisher, Warren Burge, John Bearcat, John Blake. LES PORTER YOUR CORNWELL TOOL DEALER 321 S.E. Pleasant View DES MOINES 15, IOWA Phone CH 3-8039 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Van ' s Super Markets No. 1 3416 S. E. 14th Street No. 2 4505 S. W. 9th St. — 116 —
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