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

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enior traits p fitter 1962 £ditc cl d3if journalism 2 C lo 2V. Woine , J, owa — l- PUBLIC LIBRARY OF DES MOINES Jable (Contents Paqe Jacu lif 7 Seniors Senior cjCi e 35 Wusic 37 School czCife 44 t)rama 47 journalism 3 Organizations 3.5 Sports ( J J omccomincj § J4i$ktic}kts 89 C ouer 2bedian l FJarslia Stewart -5— DES MOINES INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ' S BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS ARE, FROM left to riifht: James W. Brammer, Ora E. Niffenejrgrer, Dr. Floyd M. Burpreson, Harold V. Mann, Secretary, Board of Education ; Joseph Brody, President, Board of Education ; Dr. John H. Harris, Superintendent of Schools ; Mrs. Rolland E. Grefe, L. L. Daubert, and Richard W. Lozier. OFFICERS SUPERINTENDENT— Dr. John H. Harris PRESIDENT— Mr. Joseph Brody VICE PRESIDENT— Dr. Floyd M. Burleson SECRETARY— Mr. Harold V. Mann TREASURER— Mr. Neal A. Sands Miss Ealy, not pictured. —7— Sharon Lewis and Dave Kirkman Sherry Ann Adams . . . In tenth grade. Sherry was a member of Student Council and a monitor. She san if in the Senior Choir for three semesters, was a memlici of Leaders Club, and on the Publicity committee in (lirls Club. Sherry served on the Informal committee in her senior year. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity. Robert Lewis Agar . . . Bob was a member of the Latin Club for three years, and also a member of the senior band. A member of the swimming team for three years. Bob was also a gym leader. In jour- nalism he served as advertising man- ager of the newspaper. In 12A he was a member of the (let Together committee. Outside of school Bob participated in his church C.Y.F. Ambition: To attend college and ma- jor in journalism. Jerry R. Austin . . . Jerry appeared in three school plays ; " We Were Young That Year, ' ' " De- sign For Murder, " and " Junior Miss. " He was a member of the golf team in tenth grade and a member of the track team in twelfth grade. In his senior year he was elected by the journalism students to model for the Younker ad, and served on the Prom and Treasury Committees. Ambition: To graduate from college. Karen FJaine Bacon . . . Karen was a member of Leaders Club for two years, served on the Office and Student Center staff, and worked on the Social committee of (lirls Club. She also served on the TV English staff and the Informal committee. In journalism Karen worked on the picture pages of the Senior Rail. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity and major in languages. Kenneth Malcolm Kenny was his Bacon . . . homeroom president tenth grade. He also went out for football in tenth grade and was on the honor roll. In his senior year he served on Student Council as a member of the Judicial committee. In 12A he worked on the Prom com- mittee. Ambition: To attend college. Judith Anne Badger . . . Judy appeared in three school plays, " Design For Murder, " " Junior Miss, " and " Little Women. " Judy was a member of Drama Club, and partici- pated in Pep Club, and was on the Nurse ' s staff. She sang in the Sen- ior Choir for three years. Outside of school Judy was active in C.Y.F. and her church choir. She was also a member of Rainbow. In 12A she served on the Class Day committee. Ambition: To attend a drama school in California. Sandra Sue Baker . . . Sandy was a member of Dorian Art Club and held the office of historian for two years. She was also a mem- ber of art service homeroom. In twelfth grade she was on the Art Staff, Homemaking Staff, and a (lirls Club representative. Sandy helped build the 1961 Homecoming Symbol. In her senior year she serv- ed on the Get Together Committee. Ambition: To go to Iowa School of Beauty. Sharon Kaye Baker . . . Sharon served on Homemaking and Gym staffs. She was a Girls Club homeroom representative, and took part in intramural volleyball. She served on the (let Together commit- tee in her senior year. Ambition: To work at the Tele- phone Company. Donna Carolyn Barbour . . . Donna was a member of Latin Club and Leaders Club for the past three years. She belonged to Bible Club and the Nurse ' s Staff for two years. She was out for tennis three seasons. She was chosen for All- City Band in twelfth grade. Outside of school she served as secretary of her Junior Achievement Company. In her senior year Donna served on the Banquet Committee. Ambition: To attend college. Sherilyn Joyce Bason . . . Sherilyn was a member of Dorian Art club, Mermaids, and Student Council. She served on Dramatics staff and Art staff. She went out for tennis in her sophomore year. Sherilyn was awarded a gold key from the Iowa High School Art Ex- hibition for her art work. She serv- ed on the Class Day committee in her senior year. Ambition: To become a successful free lance artist. —15— Willis L. Basset . . . Bill was on the wrestling team in his senior year. Ambition : To attend college and be- come a public accountant. Janan Marie Batchelor . . . A member of Latin Club for three years, Janan was elected treasurer in her senior year. She was also treas- urer of Y-Teens, a member of Drama Club, secretary of Senior Chorus, and served on the Social Committee of Girls Club. In her senior year Janan was on the Homemaking Staff and Drill Team, and served on the Prom Committee. Ambition: To attend college. Carol Ann Batterton . . . A member of Dorian Art Club and Homemaking staff for three years, she was elected president of the lat- ter for two consecutive years. In her senior year, Carol was a member of the Drill Team and Banquet com- mittee, and won an art scholarship to the Des Moines Art Center. Ambition: To attend beauty school or a commercial art college. Jewell Beck . . . Jewell was a member of Leaders Club and Pep Club for two years. She was a member of the gym staff and served on organization staff in journalism. She was active in intra- mural basketball, volleyball, softball, and was on the tennis team in elev- enth grade. Jewell served on the Banquet Committee in her senior year. Ambition : To become a physical ed- ucation teacher. Max Biddle . . . Max was a member of Latin Club, Senior Choir and Boys Glee Club for two years. He was a member of Student Council for two semesters. In his sophomore year he played baseball and served as a monitor. Outside of school Max was a mem- ber of the Catholic Youth Organiza- tion. Ambition: To become a CP. A. Carol Dee Bingaman . . . Carol was a member of Dorian Art Club for three years, and Pep Club for two years. In tenth grade she was on Mr. Blackman ' s staff and Mr. Knott ' s Art staff. In her junior year she was on the Publicity com- mittee of Girls Club. In her sopho- more year she was president of her homeroom. Outside of school Carol was secretary of her church youth- group. Ambition: To attend Graceland Col- lege and become an interior decora- tor. John S. Blake . . . John served as president of the Stu- dent Council in his senior year. He was also a member of the Lettermen club, All-City Student Council, and Usher and Hospitality committee. He participated in football, baseball, wrestling and track, winning two letters in football and one in wrest- ling. John was voted Homecoming King in 1961. He served on the Prom committee in his senior year. Ambition : Have my college days suc- cessful in every way. Craig Blessing . . . Craig served on Student Council for one semester in tenth grade and one semester in twelfth grade. Judith Catherine Bonhote . . . Judy came to Lincoln in her senior year as a foreign exchange student through the A.F.S. She was a mem- ber of Latin Club, Drama Club and served on the Friendship committee of Girls Club. She was on Student Council, and was President of French Club. Outside of school Judy sang in her chinch choir and took ballet lessons. In 12A she served on the Informal committee. Ambition : To graduate and become a journalist or interpreter. Leora Kathleen Boozell . . . Leora came to Lincoln from Chari- ton in twelfth grade. While at Chariton she was a member of Y- Teens, G.R.A., and participated in the junior class play. In 12A Leora served on the Cap and Gown com- mittee. Ambition : To join the armed forces as a secretary. -16- John F. Bortell . . . John served on the Student Council as a sophomore. He also served as his homeroom president and as a monitor for two years. In 12A John was a member of the Get Together committee. Outside of school h« par- ticipated in the Flying Hoofs Drill Team. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity. Judy Bossuot . . . In her senior year, Judy served on the Get Together Committee. Ambition: To get a prosperous job. Barbara Boylan . . . Barb belonged to intramural sports, participating in basketball, volleyball, and baseball for two years. In her senior year she served on the Com- mencement Announcement, and Cap and Gown Committees. Ambition : To go into a branch of the service. Jerome Bradley . . . Brad lettered twice in track and once in football, and was a member of the Lettermen Club for two years. As a sophomore, he appeared in the school play, " Behind This Mask. " In twelfth grade he was elected Chief Justice of Student Council. In 12 A, Brad was a member of the Ban- quet committee, and served as mast- er of ceremonies for the Get To- gether. Brad was sports columnist on the Railsplitter. Ambition: To become a success in the field I choose. Jack Brockman . . . As a senior, Jack was a member of the D.E.C.A. Club and served in the office of Parliamentarian. He was on the Cap and Gown Committee in his senior year. In journalism he helped in advertising. Ambition: To attend A.I.B. Janet Eileen Brown . . . Janet was a member of the tennis team for three years, and received one letter. She was a member of the Latin Club, the Social committee of Girls Club and Leaders Club. She served as vice president of Leaders in her junior year. She served on gym staff and Miss Anderson ' s staff. Janet was historian of Student Coun- cil, and was the back page editor of the Railsplitter in 12A. In her sen- ior year she served on the Class Day committee. Ambition: To graduate from S.U.I. Barbara Jo Bunch . . . Barbara was a member of the Bible Club and Future Teachers. She went out for tennis in eleventh grade. She was managing editor of the school paper and won honorable men- tion in an essay contest in twelfth grade. In her senior year she served on the Treasury Committee. Ambition: To enter the journalism profession. Warren Lee Burge . . . Warren participated in football and wrestling fo r three years, lettering twice in football and three times in wrestling. He was also a member of the track squad. He was a mem- ber of the Dorian Art Club and Let- termen Club. In eleventh grade he received a trophy for being an out- standing wrestler. In his senior year he was co-captain of the wrestling squad and a member of the all-city football team and the second all- state football team. Ambition: To play football in col- lege. Marlys Diane Butler . . . Marlys was a member of the Dorian Art Club, Homemaking Staff and Girls Glee Club. She served on the Program Committee of Girls Club and the Advertising Staff of the school paper. In her senior year she be- longed to the Get Together Commit- tee. Ambition: To work in accounting at Bell Telephone Company. Judy Ann Byg . . . Judy was a Flag Twirler and back- page editor of the school paper in twelfth grade. She was a member of the girl ' s basketball, belonged to Student Center Staff, and part ici pat - ed on the Student Council. In her senior year she served on the Get Together Committee. Ambition: To become a barber. — 17- Esther Ellen Caldwell . . . Esther was a member of Dorian Art Club and Office Staff. She helped behind the scenes of two plays : " We Were Young That Year " and " Junior Miss. " She participated in radio and was a monitor in eleventh grade. In her senior year she served on the Banquet Committee and worked in the school ' s Lost and Found depart- ment. Outside school she was a member of Junior Achievement. Ambition: To attend the Americana Academy of Beauty. Robert Paul Campbell . . . Ambition: To become a carpenter. Charles Aaron Cantrell Jr. . . . Outside of school, Charles belongs to the Air National Guard. Ambition: To Income a jet mechanic. Lucy P. Carra . . . Lucy served on the Commencement Announcements committee in her senior year. Sara Elisabeth Casady . . . Betsy was a member of Science club, Glee club, Pep club. Mermaids, and Leaders club. She participated in the marching band and school or- chestra. Betsy received honors for being runner-up in the merit schol- arship contest. In journalism she was Assignment Editor of the Green- horn and Feature Editor of the Kail- splitter. Betsy served on the Infor- mal committee in her senior year. Ambition: Go to college and become a bio-chemist. Ralph Andrew Catron, Jr. . . . Andy was elected vice president of D.E.C.A. in his senior year. He was a Student Council representative for three semesters, and a gym monitor for one semester. In 12 A he served on the Informal committee. Ambition : To become an apprentice mm poser for the Register and Tri- bune. Carol ( ' base . . . Carol served Lincoln as a gym leader, a member of the Office staff and worked in the supply room for three years. She was a member of Future Nurses, and sang in the Senior Choir for three years. In 12A, Car- ol was co-chairman of the Banquet committee. Ambition: To attend Drake or a school of medical technology. Anne Marie Cipale . . . Anne was a member of Girls Glee Club in her senior year. Outside of school she was in a church youth or- ganization. In her senior year she served on the Prom Committee. Ambition: To join the Waves. Ronald L. Cochran . . . Ron served on the Hospitality and Usher Committee for three years, and was a member of the Student Council for two years. He was a member of Latin Club in tenth grade and was a monitor in his senior year. Ron participated in basketball in his sophomore year and football in his junior year. In his senior year he served on the Prom Committee. Ambition: To attend Iowa State Uni- versity. John Cole . . . Ambition: To attend college. — 18— La Monte Combs . . . La Monte was a member of the foot- ball squad and the baseball team for three years, and received letters in both his junior and senior years. He was a member of Lettermen Club for two years. In 12A La Monte served on the Informal committee. Ambition: To enter the Air Force or attend college. Judy Conner . . . Judy served on Library Staff for two years. Her ]x em was accepted in the National Poetry Contest. Out- side of school she was a member of the girls trio at church. In her senior year she served on the Cap and Gown Committee. Ambition: To go to college. Theresa Cotrone . . . Theresa served as a monitor during her sophomore year. She was a member of Homemaking staff in eleventh grade and Library staff in twelfth. Theresa was a member of the (let-Together committee in her senior year. Susan Irene Cox . . . Sue was a member of Future Nurses for two years, Leaders Club, Pep Club, and Y-Teens for one year. She appeared in " Behind This Mask, " and prompted for " We Were Young That Year, ' and " Design For Mu r- der. " Susan served on the Nurse ' s staff of the Banquet committee in 12 A. Outside of school Sue was a member of the Girl Scouts and served as president of the Council. Linda Pauline Crandall . . . Linda was a member of the Distri- butive Education Club of America for one year. In her senior year she served on the Commencement An- nouncements committee. Richard Cuevas . . . In his senior year Richard served on the Get Together committee. Dennis Edwin Davis . . . Denny was a member of Lettermen Club for two years, and was elected vice president in his senior year. He was elected to the All State Foot- ball Team in twelfth grade. He won two letters in football, and two in track, and also went out for swim- ming. A member of Student Coun- cil, Denny also served as a monitor and gym leader. In 12A Denny was awarded a certificate of merit by the Soroptomist Club for being a finalist in the Polk County Essay contest. Among the five finalists for Home- coming King, Denny was also sports editor of the Railsplitter. Ambition: To attend Central College. Diane Lee Davis . . . Diane was a member of the Dorian Art Club for three years, and served as secretary for two years. She was also on the Art staff for three years, and served on the Student Council in twelfth grade. In 12 A Diane was a member of the Banquet committee. Ambition: To attend Americana School of Beauty. Richard Lee Davis . . . Dick participated in wrestling and football during his sophomore year. He was a member of D.E.C.A. and served on the Informal committee in his senior year. Ambition: To attend college. Sharon Ann Davis . . . Sharon attendee! Agency High be- fore coming to Lincoln. While at Agency, she lettered in girls basket- ball. At Lincoln, she was a member f French Club and on the Hospital- ity Committee for two years. In her senior year she was vice president of the French Club, a member of Stu- dent Council and a monitor. She served on the Baccalaureate commit- tee. Ambition: To attend the State Col- lege of Iowa and become a physi- cal education teacher. — 19- Wilford Carl Davis . . . Wilford participated in wrestling and was a monitor in his senior year. Before coming to Lincoln. Wilford attended Moulton Udell Community School and participated in a year and a half of baseball. In his senior year he served on the Cap and Gown Committee. Ambition: To attend A.I.B. Business College. Lola Jolene Dray . . . Jolene participated in three school ,.|;ivs. " Behind This Mask, " ••Design For Murder, " and " Junior Miss. " She was in the Future Teachers Club Leaders Club, Pep Club, Nurses Club, Drama Club and homeroom represen- tative to Girls Club. In tenth and eleventh grades she was a monitor and in twelfth grade she was on Nurses ' staff. Outside of school, Jo- leen was in Rainbow, where she was Drill Master, and held the Chair of Charity. Jolene served on the Get- Together committee. Ambition: To attend the Americana School of Cosmetology. Linda Lue Duncan . . . Linda served as a hall monitor for one semester. In her senior year she served on the Stenographic commit- tee. Outside of school she was I member of her church M.Y.F. Ambition: To become a secretary- Richard H. Edwar ds . . . Richard was a gym leader in twelfth grade. During his senior year he served on the Cap and Gown Com- mittee. Ambition: To get a good job. Donna Mae Elliott . . . In her junior year Donna participat- ed in girls softball and basketball. She was a member of D.E.C.A. Out- side of school Donna participated in Junior Achievement and was a mem- ber of Theta Rho. In her senior year she served on the Class Day committee. Linda Kaye Evans . . . Linda was a member of Dorian Art Club, F.T.A., and Leaders Club for three years. She was on the Hospi- tality and Usher committee for two years, and in twelfth grade wan vice president of Girls Club. She was a member of Student Council for three years and served as secretary in twelfth grade. Linda went out for tennis for three years, earning two letters. In her junior year she was a member of the Younkers Teen Board. She was a candidate for Homecoming Queen and Polio Queen in her senior year. She served as feature editor of the Railsplitter. In 12 A Linda was a member of the Banquet committee. Ambition: To attend I.S.U. Sally Jane Evans . . . Sally was a member of Future Teach- ers for three years, and was elected treasurer in her senior year. She was also a member of the Health Careers Club for three years, and served on the Nurse ' s staff. A mem- ber of Pep Club for two years, Sally went out for tennis in her sophomore and junior years. In her senior year Sally served on the Prom committee. Ambition: To attend Northwest Mis- souri State Teachers College. Larry E. Farr . . . Larry played basketball for one sem- ester, and football for two. He was a Student Council representative in tenth grade and a monitor for four semesters. Larry was on the honor roll for two years. In his senior year, Larry served on the Get To- gether committee. Ambition: To become a specialist in photography. Carolyn Jean Fagen ... , Carolyn was in two school plays " Junior Miss, " and " Design For Mur- der, ' ' and helped on " We Were Young That Year. " She was a member of the Nurse ' s staff for two semesters and in her senior year was a home- room representative for Girls Club. Ambition: To become a successful psychiatrist or psychiatric social worker. Judy Kay Fedro . . . In eleventh grade Judy participated in Pep Club, and during her senior year she was a member of the Home- making staff. In 12A she served on the Prom committee. Outside of school Judy was a member of her church C.Y.O. Ambition: To become a secretary- -20- tsavid F. Fegley . . . Dave was on the swimming team for three years, and lettered each year. Also the manager of the baseball team, Dave belonged to the Letter- men Club for two years. He was a monitor in his junior year and on the Get Together commit- tee in his senior year. Ambition: To go to college. Sharon Kay Felice . . . Sharon participated in Leaders Club and was secretary of her homeroom for three years. She was in Pep club for two years, and a member of gym staff for two years. During her senior year Sharon was on Home- making staff and served as circula- tion manager of the Kailsplitter. Ambition: To become a secretary. Linda Rae Ferguson . . . Linda, who was Lincoln ' s Polio Queen in 1961, participated in Prep Choir in her sophomore year, Girls Glee Club in her sophomore and junior years, and French Club in her junior and senior years. She also served on the Student Council and Homemaking staff. Ambition: To attend Grandview. Larry Harold Finch . . . Before coming to Lincoln in 1959, Larry attended Norwalk High School where he was in the Boys Glee Club. In his senior year Larry served on the Informal Committee. Ambition: To become a dairy farm- Dixie Fay Findley . . . Before coming to Lincoln, Dixie was in Pep Club and Student Council. She served as spoils editor for the school paper for one and a half years. Dixie served as secretary of the D.E.C.A. Club at Lincoln in her senior year. Ambition: To attend Beauty School. 4 fit Richard Kenneth Fisher . . . A member of Lettermen club for two years, Dick participated in base- ball, golf, and wrestling, receiving one letter in wrestling. In his soph- omore year he served as a monitor and was a gym leader in his junior year. In his senior year he served on the Prom committee. Ambition: To attend Drake. William E. Fisher . . . During his senior year Bill was elect- ed treasurer of the Distributive Edu- cation clubs of America, chapter of Lincoln High school. He served on the Commencement Announcements committee in his senior year. Ambition: To attend A. LB. Sherry Lee Florer . . . Sherry appeared in four school i»lay . " Design For Murder, " " Junior Miss, " " Our Town, " and " Little Women, " carrying leading roles in the last three. She was a member of F.T.A., was elected treasurer and presiden t of Drama Club, and was president of the senior high Y-Teens. Sherry sang in Senior Choir for three years, and in Madrigal for two. In jour- nalism she was co-sketch editor of the Kailsplitter. Outside of school she was a student speaker for the Fall ' 61 U.C. drive, and was Lin- coln ' s representative to Younkers Teen Board. On the honor roll for five semesters. Sherry was a moni- tor and served on the Informal com- mittee in 12A. Ambition: To attend S.U.L and ma- jor in speech and drama. Donna Jean Foes . . . Donna was cheerleader for one year and received a letter. She was out for tennis for three years and a mem- ber of Leaders club for two years. She was a mermaid in her sophomore year and participated on the Drill Team and Student Council in her junior year. In her senior yea r Donna was a finalist for Homecom- ing Queen and was selected to appear in the Younkers Ad. She was a member of Pep club and she served on the Friendship and Social com- mittee in Girls club. Donna also served on office staff, was secretary of the Informal committee, and was co-feature editor of the school paper. She was chosen Drake Relays Prin- cess. Ambition: To attend college. Shirley Santage Foust . . . In tenth grade Shirley was a mem- ber of Girls Glee Club. During her senior year she served on the Office staff, and the Commencement An- nouncement committee. Ambition: To become a stenographer. Kathryn Diane Franzen . . . Katy was a member of F.T.A. for three years, and served as treasurer in her junior year. In her senior year she was in Leaders Club and served on the Hospitality and Usher committee. She was front page edi- tor of the newspaper and served on the Baccalaureate committee. Ambition: To graduate from college with a political science degree. Linda Carol Fryman . . . Linda was in Leaders Club for three years, and was also a member of the Pep Club for two years. In jour- nalism she worked on Organization of the Railsplitter. She was a mem- ber of Student Council during her sophomore and senior year, and be- longed to Homemaking staff. Student Center staff and Office staff in her senior year. She was a member of the golf team for three years and won a letter in her junior year. In 12 A Linda was chairman of the Prom committee. Ambition: To become a secretary. Barbara Anne Fuller . . . Barbara was a member of Leaders Club and a monitor during her sen- ior year. She served on the Prom committee. Outside of school, Barb participated in Junior Achievement. Catherine Joan Funaro . . . Cathy was homeroom secretary for three years, and on the Secretarial staff for two years. She was in Drill Team in eleventh grade and in her senior year received a letter for cheerleading. She was voted Homecoming Queen and Miss Date- setter for the Younkers Teen Board in twelfth grade. In 12 A Cathy worked on the picture page for the June Senior Railsplitter and served on the Treasury committee. She was chosen a Drake Relays Princess. Ambition: To attend college. Cheryl Catherine Glanz . . . Cheryl was a member of Leaders Club for three years. In eleventh grade she served on Mr. Hoskin ' s staff, and in twelfth she was a monitor. She participated in Junior Achievement for two years, serving as secretary and treasure r. In her senior year she was glossy editor of the Railsplitter, and served on the Informal committee. Ambition: To become a secretary- Donna Joyce Click . . . Donna was a member of Girls Glee Club for three years. During her sophomore year she served on the Red Cross committee and was a member of Miss Sherwoods staff. In her senior year she was a hostess of the Homemaking staff. She was also on the Prom committee. Out- side of school Donna is a member of Youth for Christ. Ambition : fare. into child wel- Janet Ann Graeber . . . Janet participated in Future Teach- ers and in the Pep club in her junior year. She served on the Homemak- ing staff for two years. During her senior year Janet was a member of the Banquet committee. Ambition: To go to A. LB. and be- come a secretary. Roxanna Roine Graham . . . Starting as a majorette in tenth grade, Roxie was elected majorette captain and junior majorette advisor for the last two years and in her senior year was chosen the band ' s prancer. Roxie played flute in the senior band since ninth grade and was a member of All-City Band, Pit Orchestra, Senior Choir. Girls Glee Club, and Madrigal. She belonged to Latin Club, Leaders Club, and in twelfth grade to Miss Anderson ' s staff and senior committee. In her senior year Roxie served on the in- formal committee. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity or I.B.M. Richard D. Gabriel . . . Richard came to Lincoln in 11A from Dowling. At Dowling he par- ticipated in baseball. During his senior year at Lincoln he was a member of the football and baseball squads. In his senior year he served on the Prom committee. Outside of school he was a member of St. An- thony ' s C.Y.O. Ambition: To attend Grandview. I Sandra Sue Clark Grant . . . Sandy was a member of Nurses staff and Latin Club in her sophomore year. She participated in golf, was a majorette, and was a member of Student Council in her sophomore and junior years. Sandy served as secretary-treasurer of the Secretarial staff in her junior year, and assum- ed the responsibility of president as a senior. She was also historian of Leaders Club, and a member of the Drill Team in twelfth grade. Ambition: To become a secretary. 22 Barbara Graves . . . Barbara received two letters in ten- nis. She was a member of Leaders, Mermaids, and Latin Club for three years. In Barbara ' s sophomore year she was historian of Girls Club and in her junior year she was president of Mermaids. In her sophomore and junior year she also participated in Future Teachers. She served on the Get-Together committee. Ambition: To attend college. Lawrence M. Griffin . . . Micky participated in the play, " We Were Young: That Year, " and was a member of the football team in his sophomore year. In his senior year he was a member of D.E.C.A., and served on the Homecoming Decora- tion Committee. In 12A Micky was a member of the Prom committee. Ambition: To attend Drake. Margaret Marcella Griffin . . . " Marcy " was in Leaders Club, on the Homemaking Staff, and was out for golf in tenth grade. She also served on Student Council for two semesters. In 12th grade she serv- ed on the Informal Committee, the Homecoming Committee, which made the victory emblem, and as Girls Club representative from her home- room. Ambition: To go to college. Jon M. Grindle . . . Jon belonged to F.T.A. in both tenth and eleventh grade. He was out for wrestling for three years, lettering in his senior year. He also partici- pated in All-City Band, DeMolay, and his High League at church. He served on the Commencement An- nouncement and Cap and down Com- mittee in 12 th grade. Ambition: To attend Drake and ma- jor in music. Robert Lorance Grosnickle . . . Larry went out for swimming in his junior year, and was also the man- ager of the track team. Ambition: To become a mechanic. 4 Itifc tiff Mary Pauline Groth . . . Mary served on the Homemaking Staff and was on the Prom Commit- tee in twelfth grade. She participat- ed in intramural s| orts, Girls Club, and the High League of her church. Ambition : To become a good secre- tary. Keith Allen Grubb . . . Keith was out for football, wrestling, track, and cross country during his years at Lincoln. He received a let- ter in cross country and belonged to the Lettermen Club in twelfth grade. He served as co-sports editor of the school paper and on the Prom Committee. He also served on Stu- dent Council in 11th grade. Ambition: To graduate from college. William M. Haines, Jr. . . . " Marty ' ' belonged to D.E.C.A. Club, was on the decoration committee for Homecoming, and served on the In- formal Committee in twelfth grade. He was a Student Council represen- tative in tenth grade and was also out for football for two years. Ambition: To attend a business school. Mary Alice Hall . . . In all three years of senior high Mary was active and held various -tfices in Future Teachers Club, Health Careers, Leaders Club, Hospitality and Usher committee, and Pep Club. She belonged to Stu- dent Council for four semesters and was an All-City Student Council Al- ternate for two. She also served as a monitor for two years and was Lincolns Girls State Representative in eleventh grade. In twelfth grade she was on gym and office staff, was front page editor of the school paper and was elected secretary of the senior class. Ambition: To go to S.U.I, and be- come a teacher. Judith Ann Hammer . . . Judy was a member of Future Nurses for two years, Bible Club and Leaders Club for one, and Pep Club for two. She also participated in Senior Choir for three years. All City Band, and Pit Band. She was a Student Council representative in her junior year, and served on the Banquet committee in 12A. Outside of school Judy was active in her F.C.Y.F. —23— Patty Pat was two was [lent Hammond participated in Pep Club and _ the Homemaking Staff for vi a i s. As a sophomore she i member of French Club and served on the Social Committee of th»» (iirls Club in twelfth grade. She was one of Lincoln ' s Flat? Twirlers and in her senior year served on the Informal Committee. Ambition: To pro to Texas State College of Decoration. Phyllis Ann Harmon . . . Phyllis was a member of French Club for three years, and nerved as president and vice president in elev- enth grade. Phyllis belonged to Pep Club for two years, and Leaders Club for one semester. In hei senior year she was a member of F.T.A. Phyllis served on Office staff for one year, and also as a monitor. In 12A she served on the Banquet committee. Ambition: To attend college and be- come an interpreter. Linda Gail Harrison . . . Linda was the third prize winner in Polk County Thrift Essay contest in twelfth grade. She belonged to Fu- ture Nurses in eleventh grade, and Pep Club and Leaders Club in elev- enth and twelfth grades. Linda was a member of F.T.A. tor three years, serving as vice president of the club In her senior year. In eleventh grade she served on Student Council and Office staff. In 1 2 A she served on the Informal committee. Ambition: To obtain a degree in En- glish Education from Northwest Mis- souri State College. Karen Lee Heck . . . Karen was a member of Pep Club and Homemaking staff in eleventh grade. In 12A she served on the Stenographic committee. Outside of school Karen taught Sunday school at her church. Ambition: To attend Drake or A. LP. Diane Ruth Heiser . . . In eleventh grade Diane belonged to Pep Club. During her senior year she was a member of the Drill Team, and served on the Informal committee. Outside of school Diane participated in her church youth group. Ambition: To attend college and become a nurse. Arthur (). Hcnlinc . . . Art participated in baseball in elev- enth and twelfth grades. Outside of school he was treasurer of the United Presbyterian Young Peoples Fellow- ship. In 12A he served on the Cap and Gown committee. Melvin Henning . . . Mel went out for baseball in his junior year. Ambition: To attend Iowa State Uni- versity and major in engineering. Hill Hensyel . . . Hill served on the Student Council and was a member of the movie committee in his sophomore year. He was elected chairman of the Student Center committee in twelfth grade. In 12A, Hill was on the Commencement Announcement com- mittee. Ambition: To attend Drake or S.U.I. Jcannine Hiatt . . . Jeannine was a member of Senior Chorus and Girls Club for three years. At her church she belonged to the M.F.F. group and was a par- ticipant in the church choir. Martha Kay Highland . . . Martha was one of Lincoln ' s Madri- gal Singers and a member of Senior Choir for three years. In tenth grade she was treasurer of Y-Teens, and a member of Latin Club. In both tenth and eleventh Martha participated in Future Teachers as vice president and Pep Club. She was a monitor two semesters, and served on the Treasury committee. Ambition: To attend Iowa State L niversity. -24- Sandra Hill . . . Sandy belonged to Pep Club at Lin- coln and served on the Banquet com- mittee. Ambition: To train at A. LB. Patricia Ann Hoff . . . Patty participated in Future Teach- ers three years and was elected Merit Chairman for two. In tenth grade she belonged to the Latin Club and Leaders Club. Patty was an active member of the Pep Squad and in both tenth and twelfth was a mem- ber of the band and out for tennis. At church Patty was a member of the choir, C.Y.O., and was librarian in the church library. Ambition: To become a nun. Barbara M. Jerkewitz . . . Barbara came to Lincoln in her junior year from Wichita, Kansas, where she belonged to the Pep Squad, German Club, Glee Club, and was chosen KWBB Sweetheart from her school. At Lincoln Barbara was a member of the Future Teachers Club and Pep Club. In her senior year Barbara served on the Banquet com- mittee. She also was a member of Junior Achievement for two years, and was elected treasurer of her company. Ambition: To attend beauty school. Gearold Johnson, Jr. . . . Jerry participated in swimming for three years and received a letter each season. He took first place in All- City 1962, the same in both the 1961 and 1962 District meet, and came in second in the state with his specialty, the butterfly. Jerry served as a monitor ho twelfth grade and was Oil the Informal committee in 12A. He was out for track one season, and was a member of the Lettermen Club. He played on his church soft- ball team for two years. Ambition: To attend the Navy Skin- diving School. Penny Jane Johnson . . . Penny belonged to the Future Teachers Club, Future Nurses Club, and Senior Choir all three senior high years. In tenth grade she was a member of Latin Club, Nurses staff, and Y-Teen, was out for ten- nis and a monitor. During her last feWO yea l-s Penny served as secretary of Future Nurses and outside of school was treasurer of her C.Y.F. group. She served on the Informal committee in her senior year. Ambition: To become a nurse. Barbara Lee Jones . . . Barbara helped with programs and props in the play " We Were Young That Year " in her sophomore year. She was a member of the Nurses Staff in twelfth grade. In her senior year Barbara served on the Informal Committee. Ambition : To become a secretary. Claudia Frances Jones . . . Claudia was a member of F.T.A. for three years, Latin Club for one, and Pep Club for two years. During her senior year Claudia served on the Homecoming and Informal com- mittees. Outside of school Claudia belonged to C.Y.O., and was elected secretary of her Junior Achievement Company. Ambition: To attend Northwest Mis- souri State Teachers College, and major in languages. Jean Ann Jones . . . Jean Ann was a member of the Drill Team and Secretarial Staff. She belonged to Latin Club, Lead- ers Club and Student Council. She was on the honor roll and a monitor in twelfth grade. In her senior year she served on the Informal Com- mittee. Ambition: To become a nurse at Iowa Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing. Sheryle Lynn Keefer . . . Sheryle was a cheerleader for two years, earning two letters. She was a member of Latin Club, Leaders Club, and was treasurer of Girls Club in her junior year, and presi- dent in her senior year. She nerved on Student Council, as chairman of the Friendship committee, and was treasurer of Student Council in her senior year. She was selected to lead the ' 62 January class proces- sional and recessional. In tenth grade she was elected Polio Queen, and in 1961 was among the five finalists for Homecoming Queen. In jour- nalism Sheryle was feature column- ist of the Railsplitter. In 12A she served on the Baccalaureate com- mittee. She was chosen a Drake Re- lays Princess. Ambition: To major in elementary education at Drake. Rosemary R. Kellen . . . During her last three years at Lin- coln Rosemary was a member of Future Nurses and Pep Club. In her sophomore and junior years she be- longed to Latin Club. She held the positions of vice president of Future Nurses, president of Future Nurses, and representative to Girls Club. During her junior year Rosemary was on the student council. In 12A she was on the Stenographic com- mittee. Outside of school Rosemary was secretary of her C.Y.O. Ambition: To go into nurse ' s train- ing at Mercy Hospital. —25— Ronald 6. Kent . . . Ron was on Student Council in tenth grade. He belonged to Bible Club for three years and was elected vice president for the last two years. Ron belonged to Senior Chorus and Boys Glee Club. During his senior year he acted as queen escort for the Homecoming game. Outside of school, Ron was president of his youth group, belonged to the church bas- ketball and baseball team, and sang in the choir. He served on the Commencement Committee. Ambition: To attend Gordon College and Seminary in Massachusetts. David A. Kirkman, Jr. . . . Dave served as vice president of his graduating class as well as presi- dent of D.E.C.A. Club. He was also selected as president of the state D.E.C.A. Club. He participated in football, baseball and basketball in his sophomore year, and served on the Student Council. Dave was chosen to lead the ' 62 January class proces- sional and recessional. Ambition: To go to Drake and into the construction business. Mike KlinRe . . . In his junior year, Mike was on Student Council. Ambition: To become a can enter. Charles Kurtz . . . Chuck attended Ryan High School, Omaha, Nebraska in his sophomore year where he was president of the Drama Club and assistant director of the spring play. He was also sec- retary of the student council, and served on the Service committee. In his junior year Chuck attended Cen- tral High School in Omaha and par- ticipated in drama and speech activi- ties there. In 12 A Chuck served on the Cap and Gown committee. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity. Linda Lee Latimer . . . For three years Linda was a member of Leaders Club, band and choir. In tenth grade she participated in the play " We Were Young That Year. ' In her junior and senior years Linda was a majorette and played clarinet in the All-City Band. She was on the tennis team for three years, and a monitor for two. In her senior year she worked on the picture page of the Railsplitter and served on the Get Together com- mittee. Outside of school Linda was a member of Rainbow and treasurer of Junior Achievement. Ambition: To become a radio-TV writer. Barbara Ann Lee . . . In her sophomore year Barbara was a member of Future Teachers, Y- Teens, and appeared in the school play, " We Were Young That Year. " Barbara was on Drill Team for two years and served as a monitor for two semesters. Barbara also sang in the Senior Choir and was on the Informal committee in 12A. Ambition: To attend the State Col- lege of Iowa and become a mathe- matics teacher. Sharon Kaye Lewis . . . While at Lincoln Sharon was a mem- ber of Leaders Club and was elected president in twelfth grade. She was in Latin Club and on the Office staff for two years. In eleventh grade she was a flag twirler, and as a senior earned a letter in cheerlead- ing. Sharon sang in Senior Choir for three years. For two years she served on the Student Council and was electee! historian. In journal- ism she was co-columnist of the newspaper. Sharon was elected treasurer of the senior class. Ambition: To attend Drake. Anita Jo Logan . . . Anita was a member of the Pep Club for three years and was in Senior Choir for two. She served on Student Council one semester and worked in the Student Center and on the bookkeeping staffs in her senior year. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity and become an accordian teacher. Nanci Ann Long . . . In tenth grade Nanci was a member of French Club and a monitor. In her senior year she participated in Drill Team and served on the Home- making staff and the Informal com- mittee. Ambition: To attend college. Mark H. McBeth . . . Mark went out for football as a sophomore. For three years he sang in the Madrigal Singers, Boys Glee Club, and Senior Choir. In 12A Mark served on the Get Together committee. Ambition: To fill my service obliga- tion, and get a good job. -26— Robert Joseph McCoy . . . Bob was a runner-up in the National Merit Scholarship Awards and was on the honor roll. He was out for wrestling one year, and swimming two years. Bob was a member of the service homeroom, a monitor, and belonged to DeMolay. Ambition: To take engineering at Iowa State University. Joy Nadiene Magers . . . Joy was a member of French Club, Leaders Club, and was co-captain of the Flag Twirlers. Joy served as a homeroom secretary, and worked on the Office staff, Gym staff, Home- making staff, and as a monitor. In 12A she was a member of the Informal committee. Ambition: To attend college. Rebecca Jane Maxon . . . Becky participated in Leaders Club and Mermaids for three years and served on the Nurse ' s staff for one year. A member of Senior Choir and Girls Glee Club for three years. Becky was also a member of the Madrigal Singers. She sang in the All State Chorus in her junior year. In her senior year Becky served on the Class Day committee. In jour- nalism her duties included selling advertising. Ambition: To go to college and be- come a physical education teacher. Madaline Ruth Meier . . . Madaline arrived at Lincoln in her second senior semester from Anaheim High, California. She was in Glee Club there for three years and on the tennis team one season. At Lin- coln Madaline served on the Informal committee in her senior year. Mary Linda Maldonado . . . During her senior year Mary was in Dorian Art Club, Pep Club, and served on the Homemaking staff and Cap and Gown committee. Outside of school Mary was a member of Junior Lulac. Lenora Raye Masolini . . . Raye brought honor to Lincoln by winning a Gold Key in art. She also was in " Design for Murder, " and served on the Get Together commit- tee in her senior year. Ambition: To join the Waves and take up medicine. Evelyn Eileen Mason . . . Eileen has represented Lincoln not only on Drill Team, but also as a cheerleader, where she has received one letter. She has been a member of French club, Girls club, and Leaders club of which she was secre- tary. Eileen served as home- room secretary, on Student Council, on Gym and Office staffs and as a monitor. She was a columnist on the Railsplitter. During her senior year she served on the Informal com- mittee. Ambition: To be a successful legal secretary. Douglas Mein . . . Doug came to Lincoln from Urban- dale in his senior year. At Urban- dale he was a member of both the Lettermen and Drama club, letter- ing in football and wrestling two years and acting in " One Foot in Heaven. " At Lincoln Doug belong- ed to the Drama club, was in " Our Town, " and served on the In- formal committee. He also belonged to Junior Achievement and was pres- ident of his company. Ambition : To attend Dunwoody In- stitute in Minneapolis. Karen Jean Miller . . . Karen served Lincoln as editor of the newspaper, chairman of the Pep Club, president of the French Club in her junior year, and Consul of Latin Club in twelfth grade. She sang in the Senior Choir for three years, and for four semesters was a monitor and student council representative. In her senior year she worked on Mr. Blackman ' s staff. Karen ' s name ap- peared on the honor roll for six semesters. Outside of school Karen was a member of her church youth group and choir. Ambition: To graduate fi-om the State College of Iowa. Ruth Ann Miller . . . Ruth was a member of D.E.C.A. and the Pep Club. She played intra- mural basketball and softball and was on the Class Day committee. Ruth also belonged to Junior Achieve- ment and Theta Rho. Ambition: To become a buyer for a department store. —27— Nancy Jo Moon . . . Nancy was a member of Leaders Club in tenth grade, and Drama Club in twelfth. She helped with the production of " We Were Young That Year, ' and appeared in " Our Town, " and " Little Women. " In 12A she served on the (Jet Together committee. Outside of school she was a member of B.Y.F. Ambition: To become a receptionist. Harry Fredrick Morris . . . Harry went out for tennis, swim- ming and track, receiving two letters in swimming. He was a member of the Lettermen Club for two years, and was elected secretary in twelfth grade. In tenth grade he was a monitor, and served as an alternate on the All-City Student Council. He was also a member of Senior Choir and Boys Glee Club. On the Honor Roll for six semesters, Harry was Kiwanian of the month and won I scholarship to I.S.U. In his senior year he was on the Prom Committee. Ambition: To attend I.S.U. (Jary Lee Noble art work, and Gary was active in made a mobile for the school board. Ambition: To be regularly employed. Anne Elisabeth Ogren . . . Anne was a member of Latin Club for three years, and served on the I ' sher committee for two years. In her senior year she was a member of Russian Club and Pep Club. In 12A she served on the Commencement committee, and as treasurer of her homeroom. Outside of school Anne played violin in the All State Or- chestra, and also in the Des Moinei Symphonic for four consecutive years. Ambition: To attend Drake. Karen Lynn Olson . . . Karen was a Student Council repre- sentative from her homeroom in eleventh and was a monitor. In her senior year Karen was a member of the Informal committee. Ambition : To become a secretary. Lillian Lydia Orte ga . . . Lillian was out for tennis two sea- sons and in twelfth grade belonged to Future Teachers, the Pep Club, and Leaders Club. Serving on the informal committee Lillian was also secretary and vice president of sales of her Junior Achievement group. Ambition: To attend Iowa State and major in child development. Patricia Ann Perry . . . During her years at Lincoln Pat was an active member of Pep Club and Leader Club. She also participated in girls ' basketball and volleyball. Pat served as a monitor for three years. In her senior year she was on the Bookkeeping Staff and served on the Banquet Committee. Outside of school Pat was a member of Junior Achievement for three years. James Dennis Phillips . . . Jim was a member of Latin club for three years and was elected treasurer ■in his junior year. He served as a monitor for three years and was a member of Service Homeroom 202 for two years. In his senior year Jim served on the Prom committee. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity. Rosemarie Piccolo . . . Rosemarie was a member of Leaders club, D.E.C.A., and Gym Staff. Rosemarie participated in intramural games after school. She was a moni- tor for three semesters. Before com- ing to Lincoln, Rosemarie attended Des Moines Tech. Outside of school Rosemarie belongs to C.Y.O. In her senior year Rosemarie served on the Get Together committee. Ambition: To attend A.I.B. or I.B.M. Nita Patricia Quijano . . . While at Lincoln Nita was a mem- ber of D.E.C.A. Club and Girls Club. Nita participated in girls softball and basketball in her sophomore year. Outside of school she was a member of the Lulac Club. In her senior year Nita served on the Get Together Committee. Ambition: To become a beautician. —28— Linda Arlene Ray . . . Linda served on Gym staff and Leaders Club for two years. She was in the Dorian Art Club for three years and received an achievement award in art in eleventh grade. As a senior Linda was a monitor and served as chairman of the Friendship committee. She was also a candidate for Polio Queen and was elected treasurer of Student Council. In 12 A Linda served on the Banquet committee. Ambition : To attend an art school and major in commercial art. Dale Keener, Jr. . . . Dale was a member of Lettermen Club for two years and Dorian Art club for one. He participated in wrestling for three years, winning two letters. He participated in track and golf for one year. Dale won honorabl e mention in Scholastic Art. Outside of school Dale is a member of the Iowa Air Guard. In his sen- ior year, he served as a monitor and as a member of the Get Together committee. Richard Charles Remer . . . While at Lincoln Dick was a mem- ber of band, pit band, and All-City Band for three years. He was chosen as Drum Major in his senior year. Dick was also a member of Latin Club and French Club and partici- pated in spring track for two years and golf for one. He was a runner- up in the National Merit Scholarship Tests and second place winner in the Savings and Loan Essay Contest. Dick was a monitor for two semesters and a member of Student Council for four semesters. Outside of school he was an Explorer Scout, an Eagle Scout, and was also President of his youth group at Plymouth Congrega- tional Chinch. Ambition: To attend S.U.I. Pamela Joy Roberts . . . Pam was a member of Leaders club, Student Council, and Latin club. She was also a member of Future Teachers of which she was secretary in her sophomore year. Pam took part in a school play, and Drill Team. In journalism she was make-up edi- tor of the Greenhorn, and served on the Commencement Announcements committee in her senior year. Ambition : To continue working at the Telephone Company. Marvin Leroy Rooney . . . Marvin was elected president of the senior class. He was a member of the Lettermen Club and a moni- tor for two years. He went out for swimming and baseball for three years, lettering in each. He also received a letter for cross country track. Ambition: To graduate from Iowa State University. Janit Rothman . . . In her sophomore year Janit was a member of Leaders Club and Mer- maids. During her junior year she belonged to Future Teachers, Pep Club and served on the Big Sister committee of Girls Club. Janet was also a monitor and a member of Gym staff. Outside of school she was a member of the Theta Rho Girls Club Drill Team. In 12A Janit served on the Get Together committee. Ambition: To become a department store buyer. Diana Reyes . . . During her years at Lincoln Diana was a member of Future Teachers and French club. Outside of school Diana was a member of U.P.Y. and church choir. In her senior year Diana was a monitor and served on the Informal committee. Ambition: To attend college. Robbins . . . member of Leaders Club Judith Ann Judi was a and F.T.A. for three years, and Latin Club for two years. She was a member of Mermaids, Pep Club, Senior Chorus, and served on the Usher committee for two years. Judi served as vice president and president of Girls Club, and in her senior year was elected president of Latin Club. She went out for tennis for three years, and won a letter in her junior year. Judi served on the Library staff for two years, and was representative to the All-City Student Council. In her senior year Judi served on the Banquet committee. Ambition: To become a psychologist. Janiece Kdith Schuster . . . While at Lincoln, Janiece was a member of Pep Club, and Leaders Club. In her junior year she was a monitor. Janiece was a member of the Gym Staff and participated in intramural games after school. Out- side of school she was a member of the J. A. B.C. Bowling League for a year and a half. In her senior year Janiece served on the Banquet Com- mittee. Ambition: To become a secretary- John Scigliano . . . While at Lincoln John served as a gym leader in his junior and senior years. He served on the Get To- gether committee in his senior year. Ambition: To go into the restaurant business. —29— Larry Sease . . . Larry bowled on the Lincoln High School prep team. In his senior year he served on the Prom Com- mittee- Ambition: To get a job. Kathryn Marie Serrill . . . Kathy was a member of Madrigal for three years. She was also accom- panist for the Boys Glee Club and Senior Choir. She was elected vice president of French Club in eleventh grade and belonged to Latin Club in tenth. Kathy was a member of the All State Chorus for two years, and was nominated for the N.C.T.E. award in eleventh grade. Kathy served on the Student Council and was a member of the Judicial com- mittee. In her senior year she was elected vice president of the Iowa State Christian Youth Fellowship. Ambition: To obtain a liberal col- lege education. Michael Jack Shannon . . . Mike sang in the Senior Choir, Boys Glee Club, and Madrigal, and was a member of the All-State Chorus for two years. He served on the Student Council for three semesters, and was president of Drama Club and French Club in his senior year. Mike ap- peared in the school plays, " We Were Young That Year, " " Design For Murder, " " Junior Miss, ' ' " Our Town, " and " Little Women. " In 12 A he served on the Get Together committee. Ambition: To attend S.U.I. Clara Jo Shiffer . . . Jo served in Mermaids, Hospitality and Usher committee, and Leaders Club for three years. In her junior year she was secretary of the Girls Club and Carnival Queen. In tenth and eleventh grades she was out for tennis and a member of Student Council. In her senior year she was a member of French Club and co- sketch editor of the Railsplitter. Jo also sang in Senior Choir for three years and Madrigal for two. In 12A she was on the Class Day committee. Ambition: To attend the State Uni- versity of Iowa and major in Eng- lish. Ronda Marie Shipley . . . Ronda served on the Finance com- mittee of Girls Club in her senior year. In 12A she was a member of the Stenographic committee. Ambition: To become a secretary. Linda Lou Simpson . . . Linda was a member of Leaders Club for three years. She was a monitor in tenth grade and on student coun- cil in eleventh grade. She was on gym and nurse ' s staffs in her senior year. Linda served on the Get To- gether committee. Ambition: To attend Americana Beauty School. Peggy Jean Skinner . . . Peggy was active in Latin Club for three years. She was also a member f Health Careers Club, and Leaders Club in her senior year. A monitor for three years, she served on the Nurse ' s staff for one year and on the Get Together committee in 12 A. Outside of school Peggy was active in U.P.Y., and was the financial secretary of Theta Rho Girl ' s Club number six. Ambition: To attend nursing school. Gladys Jill Smith . . . While at Lincoln Jill was co-captain and then captain of the Flag Twi rl- era. A member of Leaders Club for two years, and Gym staff for one year, she was also a homeroom repre- sentative to Girls Club. Jill served as a monitor in tenth grade and was on Secretarial staff in twelfth grade. During her senior year she served on the Banquet committee. Ambition: To attend college. Michael L. Snover . . . Mike went out for football for three years and swimming for two years, earning one letter in each. He was on Student Council and served as a monitor for three years. In journal- ism Mike was advertising manager. In his senior year he was chairman of the Informal committee. Ambition: To attend college. .a Rae Squire . . . La Rae was a member of Pep Club and French Club in eleventh grade. In twelfth grade she was in Leaders Club. She served as a Student Coun- cil representative for two semesters, and as a monitor for one. In 12A she served on the Informal com- mittee. Ambition : To attend Iowa State University. Jane Marie Steele . . . Jane was a majorette for three years. In 12A she served on the Baccalaureate committee. Ambition: To become a receptionist. Nancy L. Stefani . . . Nancy was active in Leaders in tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade. She was a member of Future Teach- ers in tenth grade. In eleventh, and twelfth she was active in the Pep Squad. She was elected Secretary of the Pep Squad and a member of the Executive Board in twelfth grade. I n eleventh grade she served as a monitor. In twelfth grade she serv- ed on Gym staff, Office staff, and Bookkeeping staff. In 12A she served on the Informal committee. Ambition: To become a beautician. Marsha Stewart . . . Marsha was active in Latin Club, Leaders Club, and Y-Teens, and Pep Club. In eleventh grade she served as homeroom secretary. She also served as chairman of the Usher committee in twelfth, and chairman « f the Pep Squad in eleventh. She went out for tennis for three years. Marsha was makeup editor of the Senior Railsplitter. She served on Student Council in twelfth grade. In 12A she served on the Prom com- mittee. Outside of school Marsha was recorder and treasurer of Rain- bow. Ambition: To attend college. Emily Jane Stone . . . Emily was a member of Latin Club in tenth grade. In twelfth grade she was active in Dorian Art Club and Drama Club. She appeared in " Our Town " and " Little Women " in her senior year. Emily served on coun- seling staff in twelfth grade, and was a runner-up in the National Council of Teacher ' s of English con- test. On her senior semester she served on the Informal committee. Outside of school Emily sings in her church choir. Ambition: To attend college. Carolyn Kay Taylor . . . Carolyn was a member of D.E.C.A. in twelfth grade. As a sophomore she served on the Student Council. In 12A Carolyn was a member of the Informal committee. Ambition: To attend a school of dress design in California. Sandra Thorpe . . . Sandra was a member of Leaders Club for three years, and was elect- ed treasurer in her senior year. She also went out for tennis for three years, and served on the Gym staff for two years. In twelfth grade Sandra was a member of the Office staff and the Class Day committee. Ambition: To attend the State Col- lege of Iowa. Jacqueline Ann Toon . . . Jackie was a member of the golf team for three years. She was in Mermaids during tenth and eleventh grades, and was a member of Latin club during tenth grade. She also served as a monitor during twelfth grade. Ambition: To attend Drake and be- come a history teacher. Ronald L. Trent . . . Ronald was active in Lettermen club in eleventh, and twelfth grade. He went out for swimming for three years, lettering three times. He served as a monitor in eleventh grade. Ambition: To become a draftsman. Jeanne Trickey . . . Jeanne was a member of Latin Club in tenth grade, and a member of Future Nurses for three years. She was also active in the Photography Club in twelfth grade, serving as its secretary. In her tenth and twelfth grade years she was in the Science Seminar. She was also run- nerup in the merit scholarship tests. She was a member of student council in eleventh grade and served on the Office Staff in eleventh and twelfth grade. In her senior semester she served on the Get-Together commit- tee. Outside of school Jeanne was active in her church youth group and served as its president. Ambition: To become a nurse. Kay Trusler . . . Kay was a member of Latin club, French club, and Future Teachers in tenth and twelfth grades. She was her homeroom Girls ' Club represen- tative in tenth and twelfth grades, and a member of Leaders club in twelfth grade. She was a monitor in tenth and twelfth grades also. Ambition: To attend college and be- come a linguist. —31- Nancy Lee Villines . . . Nancy served three years as a mem- ber of the Dorian Art Club, ami two years on the Art staff. She won two gold keys in the Scholastic Art Awards. For two years Nancy was a member of the Senior Choir. She was a member of the Y.F.C., and her church B.Y.F. In 12A Nancy served on the (let Together commit- tee. Ambition: To attend college. Jo Frances Welch . . . Jo was a member, and captain, of the Drill Team for two years, and was also a member of the Latin club. She participated in golf for three years, winning two letters. Jo was vice president of Secretarial staff of which she was a member for two years. In journalism she served as feature columnist on the Rail- splitter. She was a member of the Class Day committee in her senior year. Ambition: To attend Drake Univer- sity. Barbara Jeanne Wagner . . . Barbara participated in Leaders Club for three years and Latin Club for three years, serving as the secretary in eleventh and twelfth grades. She was on the Hospitality and Usher committee in eleventh and twelfth yiadM and belonged to Drama Club in twelfth grade. She was also a member of the Library staff for three years. A member of the golf team for three years, Barbara lettered in tenth grade. She was on the hon- or roll for three years, was on the Student Council in her 12B semester, and served as editor of the Greenhorn and June Rail. She was Lincoln ' s representative to Sweden on the A. F.S. foreign exchange program last summer. Ambition: To attend the State Uni- versity of Iowa. Mark Sherman Wagner . . . Mark was an active member of the Lettermen Club and was elected secretary in 12B, and president in 12 A. Mark went out for cross-coun- try track, swimming, and spring track for three consecutive years. He was captain of the cross-country team in his senior year. He received three letters in cross-country, three in spring track, and one in swimming. Mark was a student council repre- sentative for three semesters, and served as a monitor for one. In his junior year Mark was selected Kiwan- ian of the month. Outside of school, he was president of his C.Y.F. group, and president of the District Youth Conference. Ambition: To attend S.U.I, and ma- jor in pharmacy or coaching. Wilma Jane Walker . . . Wilma was president of Y.F.C. in her senior year and vice president in her junior year. Outside of school she was secretary of B.Y.F. She was a gym leader for two years and played intramural basketball and volleyball. She was on the honor roll in her sophomore and junior years. She was on Office staff in eleventh grade, and Homemaking and Book- keeping staff in her senior year. She sang in the Senior Choir for three years. In 12A Wilma served on the Banquet committee. Ambition: To become a secretary. Terry R. Warren . . . Terry was a member of Lettermen Club and Student Council. He parti- cipated in swimming and baseball, and won three letters in swimming and two in baseball. He also served on the Office staff and as a monitor. In journalism Terry was sports edi- tor of the year book. In 12A he was a member of the Class Day commit- tee. Ambition: To become president of the United States. Susan Jo Wheatley . . . Susan served as a member of Dorian Art Club for three years, and as a member of the Art staff. In the Scholastic Art Awards, she won two honorable mentions. In eleventh grade Sue served on Homemaking staff and was a member of the ten- nis team for three years. Susan the Class Day committee served on in 12A. Ambition : artist. become a commercial Gary I. Wicker . . . Gary served as a monitor in his sen- ior year. He played baseball and football, and lettered in football in twelfth grade. In L2A Gary served on the Class Day committee. Ambition: To attend college and be- come a draftsman. Linda Paulette Wilkerson . . . Linda served on Office SYaff for three years, and Student Council for one. She was a member of Leaders Club for three years, and was on the Drill Team in twelfth grade. In her senior year Linda worked on the Picture Page and served on the Class Day Committee. Ambition: To attend Northwest Mis- souri State Teachers College and ma- jor in English. Susan Gay Williams . . . Sue was a member of Leaders Club for two years, and in her senior year belonged to Drama Club and the Photography Club. She was a mem- ber of the Drill Team for two years, and served as publicity chairman for " Junior Miss. " Sue went out for tennis for two years, and also served on the Office staff for two years. She was a member of the Student Council for one semester and won a blue ribbon in the Hawkeye Science Fair as a sophomore. Out- side of school Susan was treasurer of the sub-district M.Y.F., and an assistant leader of Girl Scouts. As a senior she served on the Banquet committee. Ambition: To attend S.U.I, and ma- jor in pharmacy. —32— Diane Evelyn Wilson . . . Diane was active in dramatics at Lincoln, acting in " Junior Miss, " " Our Town, " and " Little Women, " and she was vice president and re- corder of the Drama Club. Diane belonged to Latin Club, was presi- dent of the Hospitality and Usher Committee, a student council mem- ber, and a monitor. An honor roll student, she was a United Campaign speaker two years, placed second in the state V.F.W. essay contest, first in the school democracy speech con- test, and had poetry published in a national anthology. Diane was co- feature newspaper editor, worked in the supply room two years, served on the Banquet Committee, and was president of her C.Y.F. Ambition : Drake. group, i drama Karen Sue Bolton Worthington . . . Karen was a member of the senior choir for three years. Outside of school she was a member of her church C.Y.F. Thomas Dee Wood . . . Tom was a member of the senior band for three years. He played football and basketball in tenth gnde, and was a member of the baseball and track teams in twelfth grade. He was president of his Boy Scout troop and was a Chapter Chief f the Order of the Arrow. Tom served on the Treasury committee in 12A. Ambition: To attend college. Karen Jane Zeis . . . A member of the golf team for three years, Karen was chosen captain in eleventh grade and earned two let- ters. In tenth grade she was a Mer- maid and served as a monitor. In her junior year she was a member of Radio Club and served on the Hospitality and Usher committee. Karen was glossy editor of the Rail- splitter, and served on the Baccalaur- eate committee in 12A. Ambition: To attend Northeast Mis- souri State Teachers College. Not Pictured : Bernard James Lawless . . . Bernard won a Cold Key in the Art Awards in both 11B and 12B. Ambition: To attend Diesel school. —33— •Summer (graduates Cheryl Marie Ackerman . .., Cheryl was a member of Leaders Club ami F.T.A. in her sophomore year, and a Latin Club member for three years. Outside of school she participated in her church fellowship, choir and Rainbow. Ambition: To tro to college. Bill Coburn . . . Bill was a member of the football squad in eleventh and twelfth grade lettering in his senior year. He served as a monitor in eleventh grade. Outside of school Bill is in De Molay. In his senior year he served on the Get Together Committee. David Lee De Bolt . . . Before coming to Lincoln, Dave at- tended Dowling where he played baseball and basketball in his sopho- more year. In his senior year Dave served on the advertising staff in journalism and worked on the Class Day committee. Edith Eleanor Ellis . . . Edith was a cafeteria helper in her sophomore and junior years. She was a member of Girls Club and Prep Choir. In her senior year she worked on the Cap and Gown Com- mittee. Ambition: To become a secretary. Anthony Naples . . . Anthony was active in art work dur- ing his years at Lincoln. Ambition: To attend a trade school. Harvey Charles Osborne . . . Harvey was a monitor in tenth grade. In his senior year he served on the Informal committee. Out- side of school, Harvey was a member of the Polk County Young Democratic Club of Iowa. Dale Warner . . . Dale was a monitor for two years. At Tech he participated in football and basketball, and also went out for them here. Ambition: To join the Army. —34— MADRIGAL — Front Row, Left to Right: Hillyard, Mr. Whaley, Sniffer, Graham, Barshell, Briney, Maxon, Florer, Lee, Serrill, Highland, Rothman. Back Row, Left to Right: Winter, McBeth, Goodlaxon Huglin James, Essman, Campbell, Shannon. —37— Mr. John C Whaley, Director MR. WHALEY Vocal Music The Lincoln High Senior Choir is a group of one hundred and four voices. The choir has performed for the Lions Club, the Downtown Kiwanis, th e National Kiwanis, and various schools and organizations throughout town. The two biggest projects of the choir are the Christmas program and the spring festival. The festival represents most of the work that the choir has done in the second semester. The Boys Glee Club is the largest Lincoln has had. The glee club has performed for various downtown organizations and in the Des Moines Public Schools. Often the highlight of the glee club is to sing a humorous number. Under the direction of John C. Whaley, the club has represented Lincoln at its best. The Girls Glee Club is organized and directed by John C. Whaley. The club is set up to provide opportunity for many girls to sing since only limited numbers are used in the choir. This nice looking group performs throughout the year for the Lincoln faculty and student body. The Madrigal Singers are the performing small group of the music department. It is made up of the top musicians of the school and appears at many events and civic functions. The music ranges from early sixteenth century songs to current Broadway musical selections. STATE MUSIC WINNERS— Left to Ri ht : Bill Foulkes, Judy Hillyard, Mike Shannon, Kathy Serrill, Anne Ojrren, Mary Whaley, David Goodlaxson, Roxie Graham, Gary Winter. —38— a 5 ee ? P 1 ; SJfllp C 5 oj 1 .2 g ■ Q .2 Oj 3 3 ! i q M X) rt •g •§ 1-1 C C 5 3 — » 9 ee sT 3 J C _ cc 5 3 ce;g " Slag -5 ■ ■ •- - c- S w Am a J g •Sf 8 M g S o " OS : ■ £ : o c — - o 3 r i- «53gS||j 11 5 W § e S S S E • J --sis s: - w B « Pm j u K .= ? g M E B «x o :x a aj i» BILL HENDERSON Band Director dtrumentai 1 Yjudic t)epartmenl Mr. Bill Henderson, Director The Band has been one of the most loyal and hard- working groups at Lincoln. In addition to marching at all the football games, it has been a big factor in our great pep assemblies. This spring, the band practiced many hours for the Spring Festival, and performed well in concerts at North High and Weeks Jr. High. Under the leadership of Dick Remer, drum major, and Roxie Graham, prancer, the band also performed admirably at all parades. ■■I 41- RICHARD REMER Drum Major Oraan C lass and lll-C ity d and Mr. I [enderson, Director One of the many new facilities at Lincoln this year is the Baldwin organ, installed in the auditorium for use at assemblies, and special activities such as Baccalaureate, Commencement, and plays. It also provides an opportunity for students to play it, and many practice on it diligently under the direction of Mr. Henderson and Mr. Whaley. One of the special activities available to instrumentalists is the All-City Band. This is a group comprised of the top musicians from each of the city ' s high schools; it performs for special func- tions, such as the United Campaign Kickoff and a spring concert that is televised. ORGAN STUDENTS — Left to Right: Glenn Suit Susan Knauer, Diane Higgins. r, Ann Stevens, Mr. Henderson, ALL-CITY BAND — First Row, Left to Right: Linda Latimer, Donna Barbour, Colette Hoover, Roxie Graham, Sandy Geyer, Mary Ann Whaley, Nancy Bartholomew. Second Row : Dave Goodlaxson, Jim Spitznagel, Tom Wood, Dick Remer, Dennis Bright- well, Jim Beckett, Jon Grindle. —43— What a doll! ee nee Between classes Nurse or Queen? Patient or King? Huh! •Twas a week before homecoming Looking for something ' It f s been a long winter 1 Exchange students octopus? • ' rani a Sherry Florer reads to Helen Hall, left, Judy Badger, Diane Wilson, Emily Stone. THE MARCH ' S LIVING ROOM SCENE — Seated Left to Ri?ht: Suzette Stephens, Diane Wilson, Emily Stone, Nancy Moon. Standing Left to Right: Vivian Briney, Allen Ess- man, Jim Noland, Dennis Chadwick, Sherry Florer, .Judy Bonhote, Mike Shan- non. " jbttL Wc 11 omen Production directed by Mrs. Bsverly S. Moe Presented through special arrangements with Samuel French Publishers 25 West Forty-fifth Street New York, Now York CAST OF (In order CHARACTERS of appearance) Jo Meg Amy Beth Hannah Mrs. March (Marmee) Mr. March John Brooke Laurie Mr. Laurence Aunt March Professor Bhaer Diane Wilson Emily Stone Vivian Briney Judith Badger ...Suzette Stevens Helen Hall Karen Slater Judith Bonhote Sherry Florer .Dennis Chadwick Charles Kurtz Michael Shannon James Noland Nancy Moon Allen Essman :: matinee performance •♦evening performance NOTE: Judith Bonhote, (Hannah) is Lincoln ' s foreign exchange student from Neuchatel, Switzerland. —48— PRODUCTION STAFF Director .Mrs. Beverly Moe Technical Director, Crew Organization and Set Design Betty J. Messer (Drake University Cadet Teacher) Student Manager and Ticket Sales Ron Abernathy Building Crew Dave Brebner, Jim Guile, Nancy Moon, Pam Cremeens, Ron Abernathy, Sue Danley Paint Crew Mike Shannon, Diane Wilson, Connie Hampshire, Karen Slater, Emily Stone, David Turner Lighting and Sound Effects Jim Guile, David Turner, Dave Brebner Properties and Furnishings Karen Slater, Connie Hampshire, Virginia Gilbert Costumes Diane Wilson, Sue Danley Make-up : Advanced Drama Class Publicity Ron Abernathy, Pam Cremeens, Corey Phelps, Drama II Class Programs and Art Emily Stone Prompters Kay Franzen, Barbara Wagner Ushers Judy Bonhote, Mary Alice Hall, Susan Knauer, Kay Rhodes, Susan Cox, Jo Shiffer, Marsha Stewart, Linda Evans, Judi Robbins, Barbara Dickes, Carolyn Hall, Sue Pollard, Kathie Hill, Judy Lewis Organist Ann Stephens Between Act Performers Ann Ogren (Violin) Pat Devlin (Dance) STATE SPEECH PAR- TICIPANTS— L e f t to Right: Gary Winter, Dave Brebner, Jim No- land, Sherry Florer, Sue Adams, Diane Wilson, Vivian Briney. Receiving " one " ' ratings were Sher- ry Florer and Jim No- land. DRAMA CLUB — First Row, Left to Right— Mrs. Moe Elaine Simpson, Sue Williams, Judith Bonhote, Mike Shannon, Barb Wagner, Jim Guile. Second Row, Left to Right: Allen Eesmen, Jim Noland, DonnaBarbour, Emily Stone, Sherry Florer, Diane Wilson, Corey Phelps. Third Row, Left to Right: Karen Slater, Virginia Gilbert, Jean Ipsen.Doug Mein, Suzette Stevens, Janan Batchelor, Sue Danley, Nancy Moon. —50— Staffers: Sherry Florer, Karen Zeis, Barb Wagner, Terry Warren, Judy Byg, Judi Robbins. -51 — fc ai(dp(itter fabrications Henry E. Sanders, Advisor The Journalism 2 Class has the job of making the Senior Rail, which includes makeup, sketches, picture pages, advertising, highlights, glossies, and organiza- tions. So that seniors and others may look back with fond memories of their school days, the book gives graphic pictures of the school activities. BARBARA WAGNER Book Editor The dual newspaper staff has been putting out a paper every two weeks. This staff is composed of students who have various duties such as getting and writing stories, selling ads, making up pages, and delivering the paper. Developing an ability to write correct, terse, forceful English is of prime importance in this course. KAREN MILLER Newspaper Editor —52— Linda Harrison Linda Wilkerson Cathy Funaro Karen Bacon Judi Robbins Highlights Picture Page Picture Page Picture Page Circulation —53— Orcein Iza tlond r4 { Senior Council Officers — Left to Right: Roland, Mr. Wilson, Blake, Ray, Bradley, Evans. —55— odincoln Student government Mr. Wilson, Mr. (cynar, and Mr. Blackmail Advisors The senior and junior student councils are composed of two representatives from each home room. They are headed by an executive staff of president, vice-president, chief justice, secretary, and treasurer. The purpose of the councils is to encourage student management of the building, grounds, and student body of Lincoln. The monitors are the host and hostesses of Lincoln. Their duty is to maintain order in the halls and greet all guests that enter the building near their post. STUDENT COUNCIL — First ROW, Left to Right : Mike Shannon, Hon Coch- ran, Kenny Bacon, Je- rome Bradley, Linda Ev- ans, Mary Alice Hall, Judy Bysr, Jane Ander- son, Sandy (ieyer, Mr. Wilson. Second Row, Lift to Right: Dour: Stewart, Larry Holmes, Ron Courtney, Louis Ric- celli, Kenny Allen, Carol Taber, Helen Hall, Chuck Roland, John Blake, Mike Snover. Third Row, Left to Right: Bruce Walker, Richard Queener, Phil Carroll, Doug Evans, Kay Rhodes, Anna Ruperto, Sue Knauer, Keith Over- son, Larry Batchelor. —56— I ALL - CITY STUDENT COUNCIL— Seated, Left to Right : Sheryle Keefer, Cristy Dysart, Ed Bartolomei, Chuck Roland, John Blake, Doc Reppert, Brian Perci- val. Standing: Mary Alice Hall. Mr. Blackman. SENIOR STUDENT COUN- CIL — First Row, Left to Right: Lafe Hill, Ed Bartolo- mei, Craig Blessing, Dave Kirkman, Brian Percival, Bev Dyer, Christy Dysart, Judy Lewis, Karol Bosworth. Second Row, Left to Right: Phil Zahn, Doc Reppert, Judy Bonhote, Kathy Serrill, Pat Devlin, Craig Wallace, Judy Cook, Cindie Klauenburch, Lynne Oppenheim. Third Row, Left to Right: Mike Williams, Bob Runge, Mai-sha Stewart, Cynthia McConnell, Karen Miller, Sharon Lewis, Jean Ann Jones, Linda Fry- man, Linda Johnson, Cathy Aiello. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Wilma Walker, Jeanne Watson, Pat Moore, Linda Ray, Sandy Clark, Sheryle Kfefcr. Vonda Mor- timer, Penny Larson, Sandy Wallace, Kathy Lee. ii NIOH BTUDENT COUN- CIL — Back Row, Left to Right: Susan Vermie, Linda Wallace, Andrew dray, Ron Pavilio, Jim Ogden, Bob Clark, Bill Woods. Third Row: Linda Brightwell, Lawrence Dickes, Sheryle Silcott, Kathy Hill. Second Row: Joe Sneller, Donna Harbut, Jo Ann Straff, Hel- en Randall, Linda Mincks, Jtm C Myerly, Barbara Dickes, Judy Kothenbeutel. First Row: Bob Phillips, Craig Balles, Danny Sum- my, Carl Bradshaw, Jackie Jones, Becky Clark, Linda Jaquinta. MONITORS — Back Row, Left to Right: Steve Wil- liams, Richard Knight, Dave Can-one, Doug Simmons, Dale Reeser, Joe Haines, Steve Fitzsimmons, Phil Carroll, Dermis Houghtaling, Bob Porter, John Woolheater. Second Row : Martha High- land, Ann Ogren, Linda Lat- imer, Phyllis Harmon, John DeFrancisco, Tom Borg, Bob Clark, Kent Truber, Barbara Fuller, Pat Falbo, Suzzane Newton. First Row : Bar- bara Lee, Pat Devlin, Jackie Slagle, Margie Zelsdorf, Charlayne Utley, Sharon Da- vis, Marnee Irish, Sandy Moorehead, Virginia Gilbert, Ku :ilio Catrone. e r o f MONITORS— First Row, Left to Right: Bob Heitman, Richard Queener, Brad Dav- eniH)rt, Ken McNally, Don Eaton, Dave Turner, Rod Haggen, Don Ramsey, Lafe Hill. Second Row, Left to Right: Tom Milligan, Keith Overson, Dick Brightwell, Dave Mefford, Russell Purdy, Steve Williams, Randy Bak- er, Ron Cochran, John Og- den. Third Row, Left to Right : Terry Hampshire, Marty Rosenfield, Bill Hipee, Tom Carlstrom, Mike Stump, Ken Robinson, John Knolke, Bill Wilson, Dave Catrone. l jurSe and oCibrary, .Sta S MRS. CLEARY and MISS HOLT, Advisors NURSES STAFF — First Row, Left to Right: Linda Simpson, Kathie Aiello, Jo- lene Dray, Judy Lewis, Carol Taber. Second Row. Left to Right: Mrs. Cleary, Sue Cox, Barbara Jones, Jean Jaquinta, Sally Evans, Judy Badger. The Nurses Staff responsibilities are to assist the nurse with her daily duties: taking temperatures, caring for small injuries, making out passes, assisting with eye and ear tests, and keeping daily records of students coming to the nurse ' s office. Library Staff is composed of girls who aid with general desk work in the library during their study hall periods. This year we are fortunate to have a new library and many new books to help the students in their studies. LIBRARY STAFF — First Row, Left to Right: Chris Duewall, Linda Bacon, The- resa Catrone, Irene Mouza- kis. Second Row, Left to Right: Mis. Lancaster, Sue Knauer, Kathy Serrill, Pen- ny Larson, Judi Bobbins, Barbara Wagner, Carol Lee, Miss Holt. liril 1 Student (Center, +Sta an J kloSpitatity, - Usher (Committee MRS. SHIFFER, MR. HICKEY and MR. ECKEY, Advisors STUDENT CENTER — First Row, Left to Rijrht : Suzette Stephens, Mary Alice Hall, Craig Wallace, Rosemary Kellen, Anita Logan, Karen Miller, Nancy Stefani. Sec- ond Row : John Knolke, Bob Worthington, Mrs. Shiffer, Rosalie Catrone, Mr. Hickey, Karen Bacon. The Student Center Staff is a group of students who work before and after school and during their lunch hour serving refreshments to the students. The Hospitality and Usher Committee serves a useful purpose at Lincoln. Each member ' s job is to usher at all assemblies and extra-curricular activities. USHER COMMITTEE — First Row, Left to Rijrht : Kaye Rhodes, Pat Devlin, Susan Knauer, Marsha Stewart, Linda Evans, Diane Wilson. Second Row, Left to Riffht: Mary Alice Hall, Louis Ricelli, John Blake, Judi Bobbins, Ron Cochran, Anne Otfren, Sue Cox, Crate Wallace, Doug Evans, Bar- —60— Jdomema l?i na cm 9 MISS MORONEY and MR. ALLEN, Advisors i ft o 5fW 4 ■ %| HOME MAKING STAFF— Back Row, Left to Right : Judy Fedro, Linda Davis, Loretta Deets ; Diane Duffy, Dorothy Jobe, Judy Alstead, Vicky Ciocci ), Cheryl Fonta- nini, Debbie Kellen, Sue Pabst, Mary Groth, Linda Low ry, Sharon Felice. Front Row: Linda Jaquinta, Helen Randall, Linda Ward, Sue Campbell, Janan Batchelor, Sharon Baker, L a D o n a Stumn, Carol Batterton, Ja- net Graber. The homemaking staff serves both junior and senior schools. The mem- bers assist in preparation in the foods lab., help decorate window cases and bulletin boards. Any girl in school may apply for staff. However, she must have a useful aptitude, such as art, typing, dexterity with a needle. Assignments are many and varied. Art Staff is made up of students who have a keen interest in art. Lincoln extends its thanks of gratitude to the art staff for the fine signs, posters, and displays of past and forthcoming events. ART STAFF — F i r s t Row. Left to Right: Diane Simas, Sandy Baker, Linda Evans, Diana Davis, Susan Wheat- ley. Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Allen, Craig Wal- lace, Mike Redfield, Roger Sayers, Terry Simmons. Jeff Barber, Jim Spitznagel. Office and -Secretarial Staffs MISS EALY and MISS SUTTER, Advisors OFFICE STAFF— Left to Right : Sharon Lewis, Carol Chase, Joyce Hodges, Sue Williams, Jeanne Trickey, Connie Martin, Cathy Aiello, Shirley Garland, Sharon Douglas, Esther Caldwell, Nancy Stefani, Peggy Marsh, Cristy Dysart. Seated: Lin- da Wilkerson, Cheryl Dick, Eileen Mason. Office Staff aids both faculty and student body by answering questions, answering the switchboard and telephones, running errands, bookkeeping, running the duplicating machine for teachers, and various other duties. Secretarial Staff is made up of girls who are selected according to their scholastic ability in the secretarial field. They are in advanced typing and shorthand classes. This staff has various duties that include typing for the department and operating the mimeograph and duplicating machine. SECRETARIAL STAFF — Left to Right: Miss Sutter, Judy Horner, Miss Ealy, Carol Mathis, Cathy Funaro, Jo Welch, Jean Ann Jones, Jill Smith, Sandra Wallace, Cheryl Lee, Judy Cosper. Seated : Becky Mogensen, Anna Ruperto. Student ( (ub Organizations At Lincoln we are fortunate to have many organizations to help students further their knowledge. On the following pages are the organizations which represent Lincoln. Girls Club officers, Lettermen Club, Dorian Art Club, Camera Club, Latin Club, Future Teachers, Health Careers Club, French Club, Cafeteria Workers, Stage Crew, and Janitors. LETTERMEN CLUB — First Row, Left to Right : Dick James, Mr. Klinzman, LaMonte Combs, Warren Burge, Clark Wallace, Doc Reppert, Dennis Narland, Dale Reeser, Ken Allen. Second Row, Left to Right: Gary Winter, Chuck Roland, Fred Lindsey. Third Row, Left to Right : Harry Morris, Reese McNulty, Keith Grubb, Marv Rooney, Carroll Moore, Steve Williams, Charlie Becker, Dennis Hough- taling. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Mike Snover, John Barakat, Mark Wagner, Nick Scavo, Denny Davis, Jerry Johnson, Jerome Brad- ley, Dave Cherry, Bill McCutcheon, Kenny Zika. —63— DORIAN ART CLUB— First Row, Left to Right: Diana Davis, Linda Evans, Kathy Lee, Carole Lee, Jim Spitz- nagel, Jeff Barber. Second Row. Left to Right: Sherry Bason, Carole Bingaman, Alma Fedro, Karen Carlock, Jane Ash, LaDonna Stump. Emily Stone, Susan Wheat- ley, Carol Batterton, Susan King. Third Row. Left to Right: Marlys Butler, Joyce Carter, Mary Maldonado, Theresa Catrone, Sandy Baker, Diana Simas, Georgia Shoe- maker, Judy Horner, Janet McRoberts, Mr. Allen, Dennis Chadwick. Fourth Row, Left to Right: John Fore- man, Connie Wells, Esther Caldwell, Linda Ray, Craig Wallace, Roger Savers. Terry Simmons, Mike Redfield. CAMERA CLUB— Left to Right : (lien Surber, Larry Batchelor, Mr. Ewers, Larrv Bell, Richard Knight, Bob Wni thington, Jeanne Trick- ey, Dick Bason, Daryl Rupp, Bill Miller. LATIN CLUB — First Row, Left to Right: Bob Dow, Eddie Koons, Don Whit- marsh, Bob Cook, John Woolheater, Larry Batche- lor, Dennis Brightwell, Al- len Essman, Phil Carroll. Second Row, Left to Right : Carol Taber, Judy Lewis. Third Row, Left to Right: Colette Margaret Bird. Vir- ginia Terrill, Vonda Morti- mer, Sandy Geyer, Karen Mil- ler, Judi Robbins, J a n a n Batchelor, Barb Wagner, Bob Clark, Jim Noland, Diana McDunough. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Chris Due- wall, Barb Ford, Pam Rund- berg, Carol Roth, Judy Yen- zer, Jane Hassebrock, Susan .Iniics Beryl Anderson. Barb (•raves, Jean Jaquinta. Fifth Row, Left to Right : Janet McRoberts, Peggy Skinner, Kay Trusler, Carol Carder, Donna Barbour, Sandy Shepherd, Sandy West, Mama Petersen, Helen Hall, Myrna Petersen, Susan Knauer, Mai-y Baird. Sixth Row, Left to Right: Jim Phillips, Phil Huglin, Louis R i c c e 1 1 i , Jean LeRoque, Chuck Roland, Bruce Walker, Marty Rosenfeld. FUTURE TEACHER S— First Row, Left to Right: Jean Watson, Linda Evans, Penny Johnson, Phyllis Har- mon, Dave Turner, Kay Fra- zen. Second Row, Left |t Right: Mrs. Grant, Carol Roth, Jackie McConkey, Mary Alice Hall, Sally E v a □ | , Linda Harrison, Patty Hoff. Sue Pollard. Third Row, Left to Right: Mary Baird, Diana McDonough, Judy Huffman, Jennifer Mans- field, Diana Simas, Sue Bo- gatto, Caroline Hall. HEALTH CAREERS CLUB —First Row. Left to Right: Chris Duewall, Rosemary Kellen, Penny Johnson, Ja- net McRoberts, Judy Lewis, Carol Taber, Ann Graham. Second Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Cleary, Sue Cox, Mary Alice Hall. Peggy Skinner, Jeanne Trickey, Pam Rund- berg, Jean Jaquinta, Carolyn Hall, Virginia Gilbert. FRENCH CLUB— Back Row. Left to Right: Linda Ifincks, Marilyn Evans, Carol Car- der, Connie Michelson, Jane Hassebrock, Nancy Barthol- omew, Mrs. Bevington. Front Row : Jane Anderson, Pat Falbo, Christy Dysart, Cheri Mahrenholz, Charlotte Rnpp a Beverly Atkinson, Sandra West. Jerry Johnson —67— All city selections for first and second team, from the 1961 football team. From left to right front row, Half Back Jerry Keener and End Fred Allen. Back row, Guard Warren Burge and Center Dave Pardekooper. Guard Warren Burge gained a birth on the Second All State Team. Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln fk 1 13 Marshalltown 6 East 19 27 Dowli ng 7 6 Roosevelt 13 18 Oskaloosa 6 27 Tech 12 12 North 9 21 St. Edmonds 0 Line Coach CEYNAR VARSITY FOOTBALL — Front Row, Left to Right: Mike Snover, Dan Borg, Dave Pardekooper. Denny Davis, Warren Burge, Nick Scavo, Marshall Allen, Gerald Holmes, Doc Deppert, Dave Cherry, Dick James, LaMont Combs, Gerald Gummerson. Second Row. Left to Right: Chuck Roland, Paul Loney, Jim Deude, Jerry Keener, Steve Williams, Ron Erickson, Ed Bartolomei, Ken Zika, Mike dtW . Dunham, Rod Courtney, Clark Wallace, Gary Wicker. Third Row, Left to Right: Jim Rosenfield, Dennis Houghtaling, Rickanl » . r Boston, Don Berry, Mark Wallace, Doug Simmons, Steve Fitzsimmons, Bill Titus, Dave Deets, McCaw, John Barakat, Gary Winters, L»ine Coach Art Koch, Gary Runge, Junior Campbell, Bob Hanson, Steve Tamasi, Dave Mefferd, Bob Cook, Bob Worthington, Ron Lapham, PETERSON Carey Phelps. —69— Soplioniore J ootLaii Co-Coaches Coach TALARICO Coach DE MOUTH Sopliomore Record Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln . 7 East 21 . 7 Dowling 13 6 Roosevelt 35 21 Saydel 6 13 Tech 6 .13 North 0 SOPHOMORE TEAM— First Row, Left to Right : Coach DeMouth, Terry Selby, Bill Vermie, John McNulty, Bob Phillips. Charles Becker, Jim Wittenberg, Jim Volkamer, Joe Haines, Bill Tassin, Dick Henry, Larry Batchelor, Steve Erickson, Lyle Rupp, Doug Stewart. Second Row, Left to Right: Bob Griffin, Dave Danstrom, Ray Warne, Ralf C.ruver, Pepper Burt, Bill Edwards, Dick Bason, Ken Robinson. Tim Wilson, Jerry Hughes, Dick Roland, Reese McNulty, Dan Durham, Ken McNally. Third Row. Left to Right: Mike Williams, Chuck Jordan, John Ogden, Nick Crivaro, Mike LaDent, Fred Karnes, Tom Carlstrom, Doug Barakat, Doug Cowie, Jim Ver Huel, Mike West, Bill Hippee, Terry Johnson, Bill Burt, Ron Coolley. —70— Coach Talarico BASKETBALL TEAM — First Row, Left to Right : Phil Zahn, Dan Bon?, Chuck Roland, Doug Simmons, Bill Foulkes, Norman Singleton, Bill McCutchen, Jim Duede, Jeff Revier, Dick James. Second Row, Left to Right: Paul Levang, Don Eaton, Gary Kesselring, Paul Ruby, Dennis Chadwick, Richard Nelson, Gary Winter, Fred Lindsey, Jim Jones, Joe Rob- inson, Dennis Houghtaling, Ed Newman, Steve Douglas, Jerry Whales. 1961-1962 VARSITY RECORD 1961-1962 Lincoln 41 Saydel 36 Lincoln Lincoln 41 Perry 32 Lincoln Lincoln 40 Dowling 67 Lincoln Lincoln 40 Roosevelt 61 Lincoln Lincoln 36 Tech 56 u Lincoln 31 East 53 , Lincoln 47 Tech 65 Lmcon_ Lincoln 54 North 65 Lincoln Lincoln 37 Oskaloosa 62 Lincoln Lincoln 33 Roosevelt 58 Lincoln Lincoln 44 Chariton 45 Lincoln Lincoln 42 Dowling -49 Lincoln Lincoln 44 East 57 L i nC oln Lincoln 48 Valley 74 Lincoln Lincoln 55 North 68 . . Lincoln 38 Newton 63 Linton Lincoln 32 Ankeny 58 Lincoln SOPH TEAM RECORD 41 East 34 52 Tech 41 43 Tech 72 32 Dowling 54 ... 42 Roosevelt 24 " 53 Chariton 49 66 North 57 35 East 38 63 Valley 46 48 Saydel 47 32 Roosevelt 53 49 North 54 48 Perry 47 43 Oskaloosa 48 50 Dowling 58 Coach DeMouth SOPHOMORE BASKET- BALL — Back Row, Left to Right: Chuck Jordan, Mike Williams, Lloyd Burt, Tom Borg, Bruce Walker, Mr. De- Mouth. Hob Montgomery. Harold Brightman, Randy Baker. First Row: Dave Damstrom, John Ogden, Fret! Karnes, Bill Hippee, Bob Runge, Doug Rafdal, Ron Coolley, Tony Renzo, Ken McNally. ikkk wmw SWIMMER S— First Row, Left to Right: Bob McCoy, B..l Worthinsrton, Tom Carl- strom, Steve Erickson, Dick Henry, Joe Haines, " Laddie Jobe, Terry Selby. Second Row, Left to Right: Steve Williams, Steve Mortimore, Mark Wallace, Ron Trent, Steve Fitzsimmons, Marvin Koonoy, Don Berry, Clark Wallace. Third Row, Left to Right: Junior Campbell, Mark Wagner, Terry War- ren, Brian Percival, Jerry Johnson, Al Robson, Dave Fegly, Lafe Hill, Coach Graaff. Coach Lorin (iraaff Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln wimmin 59 67 62 f 7 59 58 33 Record North Tech Fort Dodge East Boone Marshalltown 28 33 38 36 37 Roosevelt 62 CITY LINCOLN SECOND 61 POINTS Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln 55 .77 29 East Tech Roosevelt 40 18 66 A third place finish in the State Meet highlighted one of the most successful sports campaigns in L. H. S. history. Coached by Lorin H. Graaff, Brian Percival grabbed two state titles and Jerry Johnson, city and district champ, took a second to lead their team to its highest finish in school history. 30 District 48 62 North 32 State - Lincoln Third with 29 Points Assistant Coach Herbert Ramp STATE AND DISTRICT WINNERS— Left to Right: Don Berry, Steve Williams, Ron Trent, Jerry Johnson, Brian Percival. —72— WRESTLING— Back Row, Left to Right: Warren Burure, John Barakat, Doug Barakat, Rod Courtney, Wil- fred Davis, Larry Bass, Bob Hanson, Doug Cowie, Mike Dunham, Gerald Gummerson, Dick Boston, Jon Grindle, Dick Fisher, Gerald Holmes. Second Row : Dick Bason, Norman Wilson, Reese Mc- Nulty, Jim Resinsrer, Bill Vermie, Dale Reeser, Ron Rrlckaon, Hubert Clark, Lar- ry Holmes, Lyle Spilman, Tim Wilson, Doc Reppert. First Row: Andy Rivera, Nick Scavo, Kenny Ray, Dennis Narland, Mike Hapren, Charles Becker, Bill Bassett, Daryle Rupp, Mike Norman. Coach G. BLENDERMAN lAJrestiin Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln City 9 19 15 11 19 11 26 16 13 19 31 18 29 Tech Roosevelt Newton North Chariton Ankeny East Roosevelt Grinnell North East Tech Fourth 29 33 39 28 27 22 31 38 24 1 1 24 14 The L. H. S. grapplers led by district champs Doc Reppert and Warren Burge closed in a rush winning three of their last four meets. Due to the superior coaching of Mr. Gordon Blenderman the team showed a great improvement over last year. Coach Blenderman will have a good nucleous for next year ' s team. WRESTLING TEAM— Left to Right: Jon Grindle, Dick Fisher, John Barakat, Mike Dunham, Warren Burge, Richard Boston, Norman Wilson, Dave Cherry, Doc Reppert, Reese McNulty, Dale Reeser, Joe Silny, Bill Bassett, Nick Scavo, Dennis Norland, Mike Hasten. tu t)3ci5ebctll and .Secondd Coaches WAYNE HEINTZ and EDWARD KERN III VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Nick Scav ., Steve Douglas, Kenny McNally, Bob Allen, Steve Tamasi, Paul Looney, Bud Dounard, Dave Danstrom, Jim Duede, Carroll Moore, Rickey Gabrial. Second Row. Left to Right: Mr. Heintz, Don Craft Mike Dunham, Roger Sunbaugh, LaMonte Combs, Herb Clark, Doug Simm;n , Norm Singleton, Pete Crighown, Phil Zahn, Laddy Jobe Fred SECOND TEAM BASEBALL — First Row, left to Right: Mike Hagen, Charles Becker, Ron Young, Harold Phillips, Doug Stewart, Ron Fuller, Dave Tallant. Second Row, Left to Right: Mike Norman, Joe Haines, Bob Joss, Dick Roland, Mike Mangus, Kenny Moon Chuck Jordon, Steve Payne. Third Row, Left to Right: Mike Williams, John DeFrancisco, Ron Fuller, Dave Quijano, Fred ' Karnes Lloyd Burt Doug Rafdal, Ron Cooley. —76— (J3oif$ and Cjirh and Dennis JeamS and all JracL MR. CEYNAR, MR. STONE, and MR. ROUSE, Coaches Boys ' and Girls ' Second Place Winners in City Coach CEYNAR Golf i I BOYS AND GIRLS FALL GOLF AND TENNIS — Seated, Left to Right : Chris Mickesh, Sandy Geyer, Jo Welch, Linda Fryman, Judi Robbins, Barbara Graves, Linda Evans. Standing. Left to Right: David Goodlaxson, Keith Oveson, Brian Percival, Craig Wallace, Dennis Chadwick, Jeff Revier, Mr. Stone, Susan King, Diana McDonough. Coach STONE Tennis Coach ROUSE Track FALL TRACK — First Row, Left to Right: Don Whitmarsh, Mark Wagner, Marvin Rooney, Tony Renzo, Bob Heitman, Jim Noland. Second Row, Left to Right: Gene LeRoque, Phil Zahn, Ken Allen, Coach Rouse, Gary Grubb, Keith Grubb, Dennis Brightwell. —77— Spring iJracL, (j°ff « n f ZlennLs ZjeamA Coaches— GLEN ROUSE, WENDELL STONE, and DON CEYNAR ■■■■■■■■■ SPRING TRACK — Front Row, Left to Right: Daryl Rupp, Bob Porter, Tim Wilson, Jerry Corbett, Jerome Bradley, Dave Cherry, Steve Erickson, Doug Cowie, Rodger Burke, Denny Davis, Mark Wagner, Lar ry Hylbak. Second Row, Left to i tight : Bob Braman, Don Richardson. Larry Holmes, Tom Chandler, Rick Meier, Doug Barakat, Gary Winter, John Barakat, Kenneth Allen, Clark Wallace, Mark Wallace, Don Berry, Bob Heitman, Dennis Brightwell. Third Row, Left to Right: Dan Remele, Don Whitmarsh, Bill McCutchen, Ed Newman, Jean Le- Roque, Lafe Hill, Bob Montgomery, John Blake, Tom Borg, Gary Kesselring, Bruce Walker, Larry Bass, Ken Robinson, Clayle McCaw, Dennis Houghtaling, Red Courtney, Bob Grfffith, Dick Bason. mn s AND GIRLS TENNIS —First Row, Left to Right: Allen Essman, Craig Davis, Richard Beavei-s, Keith Ove- son, Harry Morris, Tony Ren- zo, Bill Hippee, Dick Camp- bell. Second Row, Left to Right: Linda Evans, Dinny Barshell, Karen Myerly, Jane Barshell, Mike Cron, Linda Ruby. Third Row. Left to Right : Janet McRoberts, Su- san King, Hope Feyen, Judi Robbins, Diane McDonough, Nancy Bartholomew, Donna Foes, Barbara Graves. V BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF— Front Row, Left to Rijjht : Jane Anderson, Jo Anne Loffredo, Marcia Logan, Chris Mk-kish, Linda Fry- man, Sheryle Keefer, Jo Welch, Karen Zeis, Sandy Geyer, Janet G range. Sec- ond Row, Left to Right: Richard Remer, Bob Worth- ington, Craig Wallace, Marty Rosenfeld, Bill Vermie, Bob Runge, Mike Sullivan, Dennis Chadwick. —78— MERMAIDS — First Row, Left to Right: Seniors; Betsy Casady, Becky Maxon, Bar- bara Graves, Judi Robbins, Jo Shiffer. Second Row, Left to Right: Nancy Tarn, Linda Mincks, Judy Koth- enbeutel, Kathy Hill. Debbie Hackbarth, Jeri Kothenbeu- tel, Sue Neuwerth, Helen Randall. Third Row, Left to Right: Connie Rothman, Marcia Clark, Virginia Leo, Judy Lewis, Cheryle Fonta- nini, Chris Duewall, Debbie Alber. Mermaids is the girls synchronized swimming club here at Lincoln. The Mermaids Club, sponsored by Mrs. Jean Richardson, performs its annual swim show in May. Leaders Club, formed several years ago, is a group of capable and responsible girls who help in gym classes. LEADERS CLUB — First Row, Left to Right: Linda Sutherland, Christine Duewall, Nancy Bartholomew, Carol Roth, Susan Williams, Becky Mogenson, Judy Lewis, Pan Rundberg, Bennye Gunn, Chris Mickesh, Linda Fryman, Janiece Schuester, Donna Foes, Joy Magers, Eileen Mason, Linda Wilkerson, Linda Evans, Mary Alice Hall. Second Row. Left to Right: Jennifer Mansfield, Marnee Irish, Nancy Stefani, Sheryle Webb. Hope Feyen, Sandy Dammeiville, Jane Anderson, Judy Dennett, Jane Cook, Betsy Casady, Linda Ray, Sharon Lewis, Linda Simpson, Kay Franzen, Barbara Wagner, Cheryl Glanz, LaRae Squire. Third Row, Left to Right: Anne Graham, Virginia Terrill, Diana McDonough, Judi Robbins, Sandy Geyer, Sandy West, Peggy Skinner, Phyllis Harmon, Donna Barbour. Jean Ann Jones, Jill Smith, Sheryle Reefer, Lana Beggs, Sharon Felice, Jewell Beck, Kay Rhodes. Jo Shiffer. Barbara Graves. —79— Senior Class —81 — CATHY FUNARO Queen CORONATION SCENE: — Back Row, Left to Right : Jerry Keener, Marshal Allen, John Blake, Cathy Funaro, Denny Davis, Art Koch. Front Row, Left to Right : Sheryle Keefer, Linda Evans, D nna Foes, Jeannie Murphy. —82— Homecoming design placards. Que n Cathy Funaro —83— Coronation Scene. FLAG TWIRLERS — First Row, Left to Ri«?ht : Suzette Stephens, Rosalie Catrone. Second Row, Left to Right: Patty Hammond, Mareia Logan, Judy Byg. Third Row, Left to Right: Joy Masters, Jill Smith. FIGHT SONG We are the dear old gang from L.H.S. And we are pretty good, you must confess We ' ll have you understand this is our team We ' re going to win this game or know the reason why We ' re going to fight, fight, fight, just watch us step We ' re going to win this game and save our rep, save our rep L.H.S. has lots of pep, lots of pep Rah! Rah! Rah! LOYALTY SONG To Lincoln High, maroon and gold, We pledge our loyalty As thru the years we come and go, So true to thee we ' ll be The halls that we have known so well, The friends that we have made, Will stay with us in memory, And never will they fade. DRILL TEAM— First Row, Left to Right: Jo Welch, Sandy Clark, Nanci Long, Sandy Claik, Fran Davis, Maureen Reed, Sally Rife. Second Row, Left to Right: Eileen Mason, Linda Wilkerson, Pat Falbo, Chris- ty Dysart, Jane McFarland, Mary Nigrn, Linda Gregory. Third Row, Left to Right: Sue Williams, Terry Pennock, Barbara Lee, Virginia Golden, Peggy Marsh, Eloise Gil- lispif. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Jean Ann Jones, Janan Hatchelor, Carol Batter- ten, Ann Kreckleberg, Sue Fazio, Helen Hall. Linda Moek. Fifth Row, Left to Coleen Beck, Kay Browning, Cathy Aiello, Right: Jane Anderson, Phyllis Etheridge, Glcnda Ackerlund. Sixth Row, Left to Right : Cathy Anderson, Jeanette Spitzer, Linda Ruby, Janet McRoberts, Diane Heiser, Dinny Barshall. Pep Club cJ ncoln 1962 The Spring semester of ' 62 will long be remem- bered as new and exciting in many ways, filled with good leaders, new features, and many honors. Heading this semesters Student Council was president, John Blake; vice-president, Chuck Ro- land; secretary, Linda Evans; treasurer, Linda Ray; and chief justice, Jerome Bradley. An im- proved and divided lunch line plus new 50 star flags were just two of their first projects. Leading the junior council were officers: Bob Clark, president; Kathie Hill, vice-president; Linda Mincks, judicial chairman; Judy Kothen- beutal, secretary; and Barbara Dickes, treasurer. A new feature at Lincoln this semester was the advanced composition course. This was a select group of twenty students under the direction of Mr. McWhirter who were given the opportunity to study well known essays and to put a greater emphasis on written work. It was hoped to encourage more precise work from above average students. A new addition to Lincoln ' s teaching facilities was the installation of the language lab. Through a complicated network of master panels, cables, and headphones, the language classes have been experiencing a new style of teaching. The Photography Club was a new undertaking at Lincoln this semester. Under the direction of Mr. Ewers and club president, Daryl Rupp, the new club made outstanding progress. Judy Bonhote, our exchange student from Switzerland, experienced a whole year of excite- ment and unaccustomed ways while spending her time here with the Ogrens. The KSO dirty dribbler basketball team faced our brusque faculty in February. The profits went to buy the new 50 star flags and the vain attempt to win left the faculty stiff and dislo- cated. Germany has been a place of discussion this semester in that Mr. Ewers returned to Lincoln from a years teaching experience there and Lin- coln ' s stationary engineer, Mr. Seiler, will be re- leasing a book for publication on his experiences in America after having lived in Germany until 1956. In late March, the 12A class held its annual Get-Together. Dressed in costumes depicting Story Book Land the halls were filled with a conglomeration of animals, characters, and the unknown. With half closed lids the senior stu- dents survived by sleeping through study halls. The Frederick W. Lehmann, Jr. scholarship fund was continued by the terms of Mr. Lehmann ' s will. This is a $10,000 fund to be given to a worthy Lincoln High student to provide a college education. Eight art students won scholastic key awards, they were: Bill Allen, whose work will be sent to New York for final judging in the national competition; Dennis Chadwick, Bill Coburn, Dixie Parsons, Doug Smiley, Craig Wallace, and Susan Wheatley, all senior high students. John Fuller was the only junior high artist to win a golden key. Our June graduating class was guided by the president, Marvin Rooney; vice-president, Dave Kirkman ; secretary, Mary Alice Hall ; and treas- urer, Sharon Lewis. All were required to attend all committee meetings at 7:45! " Little Women " appeared on stage this semes- ter April 6-7. Laughter blended with misty eyes were two signs which proved to the drama depart- ment under the direction of Mrs. Beverly Moe that their play had succeeded. Every student was glad to see the Easter Bunny coming this semester for that reprieve starting April 19. The theme for the Senior Informal held April 27 was Hawaii, music was provided by stereo records and the Blazers ' combo. Palm trees and paper streamers were two decorations which set the theme off. The boys were even delighted to find hula girls ! " Holidays " was the theme for the Mermaids ' annual synchronized swimming show May 3 and 4. A splashing good time was provided for both the performers and onlookers. Seniors, Becky Maxon and Betsy Casady were featured in special soloists events. Lincoln ' s annual Spring Carnival was held May 18 on the parking lot. The cake walk, base- ball throw, ring toss, and dancing for seniors and juniors in both gyms were just some of the many attractions. Individual highlights were numerous and var- ied this semester. A few of these were: Dave Kirkman was elected vice-president of the state DEC A (Distributive Education Clubs of America) . Brian Percival broke a state swimming record in the individual medley record, knocking three seconds off the old record in the state swimming championships, his time was 2:13.2. In wrestling Warren Burge and Doc Reppert won district championships. Karen Miller was privileged to head a double Railsplitter paper staff of twenty students. —89— 1962 Jean Trickey, Denny Davis, and Barbara Bunch won honors in the annual Soroptimist Essay Con- test. Jeanne ' s was sent to the state division for judging. Winning third place in the county annual thrift essay contest was Linda Harrison who started out " Dear Mom " — ? Barbara Bunch won first place in the school division. Sherry Florer and Jim Noland won one ratings in the state drama and speech contest. Diane Wilson and Vivian Briney were division two win- ners. Drake Relays parade April 28 displayed Lin- coln ' s princesses, Donna Foes, Cathy Funaro, and Sheryl Keefer. 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CH 4-8997 GRADUATION PICTURES Andrews Studio 822 WALNUT STREET Phone CH 4-4956 DES MOINES 9, IOWA Remember we can make wedding pictures too -105- ' a the prang " and friends. the gang: continued. ! 1 I i I i ! I 4., KOCH BROTHERS PRINTERS • STATIONERS • BOOKBINDERS 1 OFFICE OUTFITTERS • OFFICE MACHINES J GRAND AVENUE AT FOURTH DES MOINES Telephone CHerry 4-4224 4.. „._„_.___._« — + . . . — . . — ■ — . — • — . + Murphy Finance Co. MEANS MONEY TO MILLIONS 811 Locust Ph. AT 2-8165 Des Moines, Iowa Sembower Pharmacy 4020 Fleur Drive REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES CH 3-0119 Prescriptions Delivered BIOLOGICALS — SICKROOM SUPPLIES COMPLETE BABY DEPARTMENT Open 7 Days A Week I — 106— 4. BALZERS SKELLY SERVICE Washing Greasing Tires Batteries - Accessories 2716 S. W. 9th Street SMITTY ' S STANDARD SERVICE 1537 Army Post Road 4- + CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1962 CLASS TONINI FUNERAL HOME 2135 S. 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W. 9th AT 2-8252 +- ] - + 1 CRESCENT CHEVROLET COMPANY NEW CARS TRUCKS— 5th Keo Telephone AT 8-0281 USED CARS— 12th Locust Telephones AT 8-0281 — AT 8-1988 DES MOINES 9, IOWA J. R. PIGGOTT OUR 90th ANNIVERSARY YEAR Valley Bank Trust Co. WALNUT AT FOURTH Member F.D.I. C. — 109— CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF JUNE 1962 From CAPITAL CITY FRUIT MARKET Des Moines ' Most Modern Fruit Market I i I I I I ■ 1920 S. E. 14th St. CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1962 GRADUATES FROM HOME OIL COMPANY FUEL OIL DELIVERED 107 E. 6th Phone CH 3-6456 4. THE G L CLOTHING and SHOES OINES AVINGS MEYER and HARRY AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 210 SIXTH AVENUE • DES MOINES 7, IOWA 205 West Seventh Dial CH 3-7431 Des Moines, Iowa —no— WILDEN HOSPITAL 1347 Capitol Phone AM 6-5183 + — m—m + + ATTENTION TEENS Ballroom Dancing SUMMER SESSION LINDA FLORER (Instructor) TERRY MANSFIELD (Assistant) CR 7-2750 821 Grand Ave. West Des Moines + DRAKE UNIVERSITY an e x h i I a r a tfn g e rfv W$ rntntf ff t3§li§fi o n A strong . . . and growing . . . University is available to you right in your hometown. Consider one of five under- graduate colleges open to qualified high school graduates: LIBERAL ARTS • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FINE ARTS • EDUCATION • PHARMACY COMPLIMENTS OF WESTERN TOOL STAMPING CO. Hey, Look! I ' m winning! CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS TONY ' S Action i3eautif i +■• + + CH 3-0619 4314 S. W. 9th 3811 North McDonald DENNY BRANN DRUGS F. T. BINDER, Prop. Telephone CHerry 3-6111 720 Locust St. Des Moines — » — 112 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Mortimore Construction Co. ROY MORTIMORE 7301 Fleur Drive Phone 285-3396 ■ — + 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 m ■■■■■■■ nf , 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 HADDONS ' Charge - It " TWO LOCATIONS MERLE HAY PLAZA + — WALNUT AT EIGHTH i , ■ - — + AT 3-1775 Free Decorating Services FRANK CATALDOS INC. Furniture, Carpets and Accessories 5900 S. E. 14th Des Moines, Iowa 4. + ions to the n c (j ra d u a tin C laSS WIMPY S STEAK HOUSE 1605 SOUTH UNION I I + CONGRATULATIONS FROM Colin Stout and Katheryne Stout Optometrists 3138 SOUTHWEST NINTH South Des Moines Heating Air Conditioning Electrical Contractors 908 Pork Ave. ATlantic 8-4283 Des Moines, Iowa • — . — „ , — 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. Most importantly, there are so many phases of life insurance ! Mil! work that your opportunities for advancement and permanency are limited only by your own ability. In the Personnel Office, 1105 Equit- able Building, you ' ll find Miss Pat Bush — discuss with her all the opportunities that exist for you at the Equitable — you may choose your career right now. EQUITABLE OE IOWA FOUNDED IN DES MOINES IN 1867 Realtor Notary Public Loans Property Management Fire Insurance Member of Multiple Listing Exchange STOUT Real Estate 3138 S. W. 9th Street Phone CH 3-1314 COMPLIMENTS IOWA CONCRETE BLOCK MATERIALS CO. OLDEST AND LARGEST IN CENTRAL IOWA " 820 S. W. 9th Street Des Moines •■+ ..+ 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 17, 1962 HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS — LOW COSTS Join Your Friends At G.V.C. —1 ] — I Lemmo ' s Grill FINE FOODS i f i i i I + +- i ! | i 3211 Indianola Road DES MOINES, IOWA «, , — , + i I COMPLIMENTS ODEA Finance Company 1117 Locust Street DES MOINES, IOWA ■+ FOR THE FINEST DAIRY PRODUCTS YOU CAN BUY ANYWHERE Choose FLYNN i 1 4 " GOLD RIBBON DAIRY PRODUCTS -1 17 — Where ' s your pass I ' ll pinch you. That ' s what she said Compliments of o I The Stores to go for the brands you know. j LOW LOW PRICES PLUS S H GREEN STAMPS Ho, Hum! I i I I SUPERIOR " 400 " QUALITY GASOLINE PREMIUM MOTOR OIL — — Congratulations Graduating Seniors S-M-B STAGE LINES Clean — Efficient Charters Everywhere 1700 E. Court Phone 262-9349 ARNOLD FLETCHER THE WORLD ' S LARGEST SELLING LAYER Outstanding performance in official laying tests and on farms makes Hy-Line layers the choice of poultrymen far and wide. Zooming in popularity from a few thousand in 1940 to over 100 million hatched in 1962, Hy- Line chicks are the world ' s largest selling layer- type chicks. Hy-Line chicks are widely sold and raised in North America, South America and in Central and Southern Europe. They are available also in the Near East, The Philippines and Formosa. HY-LINE POULTRY FARMS A Department of Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company 1206 Mulberry Street DES MOINES 9, IOWA Hy-Line is a registered trademark of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. — 1 19— + . — — » — CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Franzens DX Service Where Courtesy and Service Prevails 3918 Fleur Drive AT 8-9072 DES MOINES, IOWA + + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from Mansfield Decorating Company 1010 Rose Ave. Phone AT 2-5279 Wall Texturing Interior Exterior Painting .+ with ' Quality You Can Taste " IHlPEMlllHim liN i- vwx- — — n li 1 — s ■nnoERSon ericksoii dairy co . 2229 Hubbell • Des Moines • Phone Collect 265-2521 -120- + . Congratulations to the 1962 June Graduates BANKERS TRUST COMPANY ! I I + 6th and Locust Street Member F. D. I. C. + I O ' Callaghan ' s Appliance Headquarters in Des Moines Complete Line of Maytag, Frigidaire, Roper, Hoover and Admiral Home of Maytag " Red Carpet Service " 909 Locust — Des Moines CH 4-7112 21 1 - 5th — West Des Moines CR 4-3433 1 ! 1 ! ■+ CAPITAL CITY PRINTING PLATE COMPANY 1912 GRAND AVENUE • DES MOINES 6. IOWA PHOTOENGRAVING • ELECTROTYPING • STEREOTYPING POST OFFICE BOX 1574 AD MATS • ART SUPPLIES — 12 1 — +• j ! Downtowner Motor Inn 928 -6th Ave. One Block West of Veterans Auditorium Phone 283-2176 + + ... of the Top of the c oss 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 I Printed and Bound by arner publishing C o. A COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE • ART • LAYOUT • LETTERPRESS OFFSET PRINTING • COPY • PHOTOGRAPHY • BOOKBINDING 615 Euclid Ave. Phone 283-8146 — 122— ! I i i Always Ask For Tones ' It ' s Fresher With Pressure " TONES BROTHERS DES MOINES, IOWA I FLOOR COVERING SPECIALISTS National Advertised Brands • Carpet • Formica • Linoleum • Floor Tile • Wall Tile — Free Estimates — SAMPLES SHOWN IN THE HOME COMMERCIAL • RESIDENTIAL Curran Floor Co. 7th Keo Woy CH 3-1117 SOUTHTOWN ' S LARGEST TELEVISION CENTER OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS DES MOINES TELEVISION AMANA AIR CONDITIONERS • + + MOTOROLA ZENITH SYLVANIA EMERSON PHILCO WESTINGHOUSE SALES — SERVICE — RENTALS TELEVISION — STEREO — RADIOS — RECONDITIONED TV Floyd Donna Webb 4000 S. W. 9th Street Phone AT 8-1923 + -123- Visit The New Garfield COLLEGE STYLED FASHION SHOP SLACKS— SHOES— SWEATERS JACKET SHIRTS Register for Monthly Free Prizes New Garfield East 6th Locust I ! ! ! i i i I i i I i i i Bob Brown Chevrolet Iowa ' s Newest and Finest BEST IN SALES SERVICE Phone AT 8-2151 1 1th Locust -+ 1 4.,. GREETINGS FROM The Build Lincoln Higher Club With the growth and development of a more active South Des Moines Com- munity, the B. L. H. Club, Inc., pledges its support to all community and school activities. Membership is open to any one interested in Lincoln High or the South Des Moines Community, or any graduate from Lincoln High, or any one 18 years of age. " Invest a dollar in a membership for the betterment of Lincoln High " —


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