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

 - Class of 1963

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Jlie Senior l ail Splitter 1963 OIVCL is is rJLincoin Jdiglx — tlie temporanj home awag from home of many (liferent individuals, ( ven tltouult flic differences exist j theu are ail bound toaetlier and ?g are all boun a log .striving for a common goaf- — r 7 j iincSS and success. on tents faculty Seniors Scholarship S 9 4 C iaSS Orfl an izu tionS C lubs ou rn a lism Sports ctiviti lies Clover by j£)ennis C liadwicL Jlie backbone oj? a School id tlie a cult if. Jhe laboratories, the macliineS, and boohs are lost to us without the (jiiiclancc and motivation rom the teacher. Jhe rJLincoln Jdicjli a cult if is rich in preparation and experience and ranhs nlan in our esteem. Principal Melvin J. Bowen There are many qualities that make a man a leader and a good administrator. Mr. Bowen has many of these qualities. lie possesses great enthusiasm, both in his work and outside in the field of sports. However, the one quality that stands out is his intense interest in Lincoln High School and south Des Moines. This is evident in the stature that Lincoln enjoys under his leadership. Mr. Dickson, boys advisor, has gained the respect of all those who have dealings with him. Probabh no one has more to do than Mr. Dickson yet, he never is too busy to listen to the many problems brought to him. Harry Dickson Boys Advisor Miss Anderson is usually busy helping main, many students. She has a tine understanding of young people and listens to and shares their problems. Iris Anderson Girls Advisor —9— KATHLEEN SHIFFER Registrar Mrs. Shiffer has a very exacting job. She is responsible for all records and school monies. Even when she is swamped with work, she has time for a friendly " hello. " HELEN HOLT Librarian Miss Holt is Lincoln ' s librarian. She assists students and teachers in their search for information and books. Her friendly, gracious man- ner makes the students feel at home in the library. FAY CLEARY Nurse Mrs. ( lean keeps an account of student health problems and hy- gienic conditions at Lincoln. Her kindness and quiet efficiency have made her many friends. DES MOINES INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ' S BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS ARE, from left to rigrht : James W. Brammer, Ora E. Niffenegjrer, John R. Haydon, Herrold V. Mann, Secretary, Board of Education ; Dr. Floyd M. Burleson, President, Board of Education ; Dr. John H. Harris, Superintendent of Schools ; Mrs. Rolland E. Grefe, L. L. Daubert, and Richard W. Lozier. SUPERINTENDENT— Dr. John H. Harris PRESIDENT— Dr. Floyd M. Burleson VICE-PRESIDENT— Mr. Richard Lozier SECRETARY— Mr. Harold V. Mann TREASURER— Mr. Neal A. Sands George Chatman Wayne DeMouth Barbara Grant Lilian Hildreth Spanish English English English Joseph Pritchard Henry E. Sanders Harley Waller Speech-English Journalism Speech-Drama — 12— ■ Glenn A. Rouse nMi P. Stone Berry Yonnt Math Science Math •Social St cience Burl Berry Social Studies Gordon Blenderman Social Studies Donald Ceynar Social Studies Howard T. Cox Social Studies Howard Hammond Social Studies —13— Social Studies Social Studies Mr. Blenderman and Social Science class. Gus OUrich Herbert Ramp Eleanor Selby Francis A. Talarico Robert E. Wilson Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies C ommerciaf - •Stenoarapbic Jane M. Ealy Richard Hoskins Richard Malliet Gary Miller Gordon Opel Stenographic Commercial Commercial Commercial Commercial-Math Miss Ealy and Miss Sutter — Typing class. Phillip Allen Phil Taylor Driver Education Art Crafts Hygiene — 15— —16— emors Jhe class of une 1963 presents a brief history of the School year 1963. +3t has been an eventful year, full of vivid pictorial incidents and activities. Jhere Lave been many academic accom- plishments; Sports events have been excit- ing, and we liave been in the win column many times. in all y it has been a y ratify in y year. lAJe have had our problems, but we feel we have many happy, Satisfying memories to store for the future. —17 — JOHN KARAKAT President (;ary winter Treasurer Ronald L. Abcrnathy " Ron " was a member of Drama Club for two semesters. He also partici- pated in the school plays " Junior Miss, " " Our Town, " and " The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. " He was a member of the student council for two semesters. He was a member of the Senior Chorus for four semesters and Boys Glee Club for two se- mesters. Ron won an achievement award in English and was Lincoln ' s representative for Brotherhood Week. He was a member of the swimming team and staff photographer for journalism. Glenda Rae Ackerlund Glenda was an alternate cheerleader in her senior year. She was a mem- ber of the drill team, Girls Club, and Girls Glee Club. She served on the nurses staff, student center staff, and was circulation manager in journalism. She was candidate for polio queen in her junior year and helped with decorations for home- coming in her senior year. Glenda also participated in tennis and she served on the class day committee in her senior year. Catherine Mary Aiello " Cathy " was a member of the stu- dent council for five semesters, and served as secretary in her senior year. She served as vice-president of the Girls Club, vice-president of Y- Teens. She was on drill team f.»r two years and was captain in her senior year. Cathy was among the five finalists for homecoming queen and she also worked on homecoming decorations. In journalism she was co-sketch editor of the senior Rail. She sang in the Senior Choir for six semesters and accompanied th e Girls Glee Club for four semesters. She was an honor roll student and at- tended Drake Career Day. Cathy was secretary of the informal com- mittee in 12A. Deborah Sue Alber " Debbie " was active in the Girls Glee Club, Senior Choir, Pep Club, Leaders Club and was homeroom representative for the Girls Club. She served on the music staff, office staff, and was a member of Mer- maids for two semesters and was elected piesident in her senior year. She was chosen class representative for the January 1963 graduation class. Outside of school Debbie be- longed to Junior Achievement. She served on the informal committee. Fred Lloyd Allen Fred participated in football three years and basketball one year. He received five letters and was captain of the football team. He was a member of the Lettermen Club and was on the All-City football team for two years. Fred was a candidate for homecoming king in his senior year. William Virgil Allen " Bill " was a member of the Letter- men Club for two years. He lettered once in football and went out for baseball. Bill was the winner of a Gold Key for his art talent and his work was sent to New York for judging. He served on the prom committee. Catherine Marguerite Anderson " Cathi " was a member of student council in her senior year. She was a member of Latin Club, Girls Club, Pep Club, and was an honor roll stu- dent. She served on nurses :.taff. homemaking staff, and was a mem- ber of drill team for three years. She worked on the homecoming dec- orations committee and attended Drake Career Day. Cathi wrote the feature page column and the Gradu- ate of Distinction column for the school paper. She served on the class day committee. Judy Kaye Anderson Judy was in Glee Club, Leaders Club, and Girls Club. She worked on circulation for the Railsplitter newspaper. Judy was a monitor and was on the banquet committee in her senior year. Robert Edward Anderson Jr. " Bob " was a member of the Distri- butive Education program in his sen- ior year. He went out for baseball in his sophomore year. Bob served as a member of the informal com- mittee in his senior year. Jane Marie Ash Jane was a member of Dorian Art Club for three years and received honorable mention in the Scholastic Art Award Contest. She was a member of Latin Club, Pep Club and was a Girls Club representative. She sang in Girls Glee Club for two semesters. In the journalism depart- ment she helped with the circulation of the newspaper. Jane served on the prom committee in her senior year. -22- Mary Marie Baird Mary was a member of the Future Teachers Club for two semesters, Latin Club for three semesters, and Leaders Club for eight semesters. She was on gym staff for two se- mesters and was also a member of the Girls Club. James Rowland Baker " Jim " was a member of the band in tenth grade. He received honorable mention for two semesters on the honor roll. In his senior year he served on the treasury committee. John Samuel Baraket Jr. John, an eight letter winner, was elected president of Lettermen Club in his senior year. He received two letters in football, three in wrestling, and three in track. He was captain of the varsity football team. He served on the senior student council for one year and was a monitor for two semesters. He was second in city wrestling for two years, and broke the school record of the track relay team in his junior year. John was on the second All-City football team. He was homecoming prince in 1960 and homecoming king in 1 962. He was Athlete of the Month for South Side Kiwanis Club and president of his senior class. Helen Virginia Barshell " Dinny " was a full time cheerleader for the last semester of her junior year and during her senior year, earning two letters. She was active in tennis for three years, lettering once. She was in the All-State chorus as a senior, Senior Chorus for three years, and was a member of Madrigal. She belonged to Girls Club and was historian in her juni 1 year: president in her senior year. She was a member of the drill team and was homecoming princess in 1960 and homecoming queen in 1962. She served on the prom committee. Kdward Allan Bartolomei " Fuzz " went out for football, swim- ming and baseball in his junior and Mnior years. He lettered in swim- ming and football. He was a mem- ber of Lettermen Club. Fuzz WM I member of student council two se- mesters and All-City Student Council for two semesters. He was a moni- tor for two semesters and served on the informal committee in his MniOT year. Larry Wayne Bass Larry served on student council. He was a monitor for two years. He was out for wrestling four years, winning one letter, and track three years, winning one letter. Dennis Michael Beattie " Mike " served as a monitor in his 12 A semester. He participated in sophomore baseball, and helped to decorate the football field for 1962 homecoming activities. During nis senior year he worked on the adver- tising section of the yearbook and served on the informal committee. Norman C. Beattie " Norm " was a hall monitor in his senior year. In journalism he work- ed on advertising for the year book. He served on the homecoming decora- tion committee and worked on the emblem which he helped design. He served on the informal committee in his senior year. James Richard Beckett " Jim " was a member of the school band since junior high and became a member of the All-City band in his junior year. Jim participated in Lin- coln ' s television production of " Billy Budd " in his junior year. As a senior Jim was chosen to represent Pencey Preparatory Academy. He served on the commencement an- nouncements committee in his senior year. Lana Jean Beggs Lana was on student council and was a Girls Club representative. She served on gym staff and worked on homecoming decorations. She parti- cipated in tennis and was a monitor. Lana worked on the Railsplitter paj er and book. She served on the -topographic committee in her senior year. —23— Donald LeRoy Berry " Don " holds the city record in the 100 yard breast stroke. He placed 5th in this event in the State swimming meet. He was captain of the swim- ming team and lettered three times in this sport. He also lettered once in track and was a member of the football team. He was a member of the student council and Lettermen Club and was a hall monitor. H« attended Hawkeye Boys State. Don served on the class party committee. Mark Blessing Mark went out for baseball in his sophomore year. In journalism he worked on the advertising section of the Railsplitter. He served on the class party committee in his senior year. Sue Ellen Blessing Sue was a National Merit Semifinal- ist. She was in French Club and Girls Club, serving on the friendship committee and service committee. Sue ' s ambition is to get a Mastei-s Degree in research psychology. She served on the class party committee in her senior year. Richard Allen Boston " Dick " was in student council and the Lettermen Club. He participated in football, wrestling, track, and baseball. He received three letters, one in football, and two in wrestlin r. Dick took second place in the District Wrestling Meet in the 180 pound class. He was wrestling captain in his senior year. Dick was a hall monitor and was on the usher com- mittee. In his senior year Dick WSJ on the cap and gown committee. Donald K. Bragg Donald participated in wrestling and also seived as a monitor. He was a member of the stage crew for t re- production " The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. " Dave Brebner Dave participated in the school plays " Junior Miss, " " Our Town, " and " Little Women. " He won a speech award in a state contest. He went out for football in his sophomore year. He sang in the Boys Glee Club and served as a monitor in his sophomore year. Dave seived on the banquet committee in his senior year. Mary Ann Brown Mary Ann was a member of the Girls Club. She worked on the Railsplitter book. Rod-er William Burke Rodger participated in sophonioic football and in track in his sopho- more, junior, and senior years. He seived as a monitor in eleventh and twelfth grades. Rodger seived on the baccalaureate committee in his senior year. Richard D. Campbell " Dick " was in student council and the Lettermen Club. He participated in tennis two years and received one letter. Dick was in the All-State chorus and in Madrigal, Senior Choir, and Boys Glee Club. He seived on the class day committee in his Mniol year. Susie Jolene Campbell Susie was in the school play " Many Loves of Dobie Gil lis. " She was a member of the Dorian Art Club in her junior year, and was a member of the homemaking staff for three years. -24- Donald J. Carey Jr. " Don " came to Lincoln from Dowl- ing in 11 A. He was in the Letter- men Club and lettered in football. He was a monitor and worked on decorations for 1962 homecoming. Don served on the prom committee in his senior year. Joseph John Carra Dennis Wayne Chadwick " Little Women, " and " The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis " were two plays in which Dennis took part. He serv- ed on the student council, was presi- dent of Dorian Art Club, and vice- president of Russian Club. He re- ceived a gold key and honorable mention in Scholastic Art Awards. Dennis participated in basketball for two years, and was a member of the All-City band. He was on the honor roll and was a runner-up in the Na- tional Merit Scholarship Test. He worked on the class day committee. David Darryel Cherry " Dave " was a member of the Let- termen Club, received three letters in milling, two in track, and one in football. In journalism he was on the sports staff of the newspaper. He was a member of the student council for two semesters, and was a monitor for one semester. In his junior year he placet! third in district wrestling. In his senior year he placed second in the district and was the State wrestling champion for the 138 pound division. Dave served on the prom committee. Robert Patrick Chiono " Bob " was in the Boys Glee Club and was in the Senior Choir. Sandra Kaye Clark " Sandy " was on the drill team for three years, and was captain in her senior year. She was a member of the senior student council and the Senior Choir for three years. Sandy was a member of the office staff, usher committee, and served as treasurer of Girls Club. She partici- pated in tennis in her sophomore year and was a candidate for home- coming princess in ninth grade. In her senior year she was on the home- corning committee and worked on the school emblem. In journalism Sandy was the glossy editor. She worked on the committee for commence- ment announcements. Carol Ann Conrath Carol served on student council in junior and senior high, and was on Red Cross committee for one semes- ter. She participated in Girls Club, Pep Club, Leaders Club and home- making staff. Carol was her home- room representative to Girls Club, on the honor roll, and was on the home- coming decorating committee. In her senior year Carol served on the ban- quet committee. Jerome W. Corbett " Jerry " was in the Lettermen Club and was out for track, in which he won two letters. He was in Boys Glee Club and Senior Choir. He was a monitor. Mary Suzanne Cordaro Mary participated in Girls Club, Pep Club, Junior Choir for three years, and Girls Glee Club. She belonged to the homemaking staff. Mary worked on homecoming decorations, and helped on the emblem. She serv- ed on the banquet committee in her senior year. Judith Ann Cosper " Judy " served on the secretarial staff for two years and was president one semester. She was on Mr. Malliet ' s bookkeeping staff. She has been on the honor roll every semester in high school. Judy served on the Girls Club finance committee. She served on the stenographic committee in her senior year. —25— Rodney E. Courtney, Jr. " Rod " received one letter in football, two in wrestling, and three in track. He was a member of the Lettermen Club, Latin Club, and also played in the school band. He was a monitor and a member of student council for two semesters. In his senior year he received honorable mention in foot- ball, placed second in the district in wrestling, and participated in the State wrestling meet. Rod served on the treasury committee. Donald L. Craft " Don " came to us from Tech where he participated in football, basket- ball, and track. In his junior year at Lincoln he participated in base- ball. Don served on the banquet committee in his senior year. Cheryle Ann Crandall Pamela Jean Cremeens " Pam " was a member of the student council in her senior year and served on the friendship committee. She was a member of the Drama Club and api eared in the play " Our Town. " She also worked on the pro- duction of " Little Women. " Pam was a member of Girls Club, Pep Club, Future Teachers Club, gym staff, and Girls Glee Club. She par- ticipated in golf and served as a monitor. Pam was on the honor roll and attended Drake Career Day. In journalism she was picture page edi- tor of the senior Rail. In 12 A she served on the informal committee. Connie Cretsinger Connie came to Lincoln in USB from East. She was on the homemaking staff for one semester and served as a monitor in her senior year. Connfo served on the class party committer in her senior year. Ray Cunningham Ray was in the Boys Glee Club for three years. He worked on adver- tising for the Railsplitter. Ray serv- ed on the class party committee in his senior year. Sue Ellen Danley Sue was a member of Drama Club, Girls Glee Club, and Pep Club. She was historian for the Distributive Education Club, and a member of the Junior Choir. Sue was in the school play, " Our Town, " and worked on the committee for commencement announcements during her senior year. Bradley Leroy Davenport " Brad " was a member of the Camera Club. He was a member of the photography staff in journalism. He participated in football in his sopho- more year. Brad served as a monitor in tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. He also served on the class day com- mittee in his senior year. Darrell E. Davis Darrell participated in track and wrestling. He also served as a mon- itor for four semesters. He served on the class party committee in his senior year. Patricia Jane Devlin " Pat " lettered in cheerleading in her senior year. She was a member of the usher committee. Pep Club, and the student center staff. She was historian of the student council in her senior year. She was a member of the Senior Chorus for two and a half years. Pat was among the five finalists for homecoming queen and she also worked on homecoming dec- orations. In journalism she was feature page editor. She attended career day and was on the honor roll. As a junior she was chosen to serve as hostess at baccalaureate. Pat was active as a Younker Teen Board representative. She served on the informal committee. —26— Blanch Helen Dhaholt Blanch was a member of Girls Club and worked on the senior Rail in journalism. She was on the bac- calaureate committee. Cheryl Dick Cheryl was a Girls Club representa- tive and was in the Latin Club. She was on the office staff and secretar- ial staff, where she served as vice- president for one year. She was in the Senior Choir and Girls Glee Club. Cheryl won a Noma Spelling Award. Robert Richard Dillard " Bob " was on the honor roll in his junior year. He served on the class party committee in his senior year. Ted E. Dorris Ted was a member of the Distribu- tive Education Club, and served as a monitor for two semesters. Stephen Arnold Douglas " Steve " participated in baseball and basketball. He was on the Railsplit- ter newspaper staff and was adver- tising manager of the newspai er. He helped with advertising in the book also. He served as a hall monitor for two semesters and as a gym leader one semester. Steve served on the baccalaureate com- mittee. M. .{ ' 1 WW -an mflk 2 mm " » J mM SI Walter R. Downard " Bud " was a member of Lettermen Club, went out for baseball and lettered in it three times. He also served as a monitor. Jim Duede Jim was in the Lettermen Club and participated in football, basketball and baseball : he lettered twice in each sport. He was a candidate for homecoming king and was on the All-City football team. Jim served on the informal committee in his senior year. Lowell Mark Dunham " Mike " was a member of the Let- termen Club. He received two let- ters in football, two in baseball and one in wrestling. He won an hon- orable mention in All-City football. He served on the informal committee in his senior year. Donald Eaton Jr. " Don " participated in football dur- ing his junior year and also served as a monitor. He was on the class party committee in his senior year. Richard L. Eilbert " Rick " participated in football in tenth grade and was a monitor. Rick worked on the advertising in the Railsplitter. —27 — Elizabeth Lou Ellis " Betty " was a member of the home- making staff for two years and gym staff for one semester. She was a member of the Pep Club. She served on the cap and gown committee in her senior year. Douglas Evans " Dour " was a member of the student council for seven semesters. He was in the Latin Club, Russian Club, Drama Club, and was the president of the Future Teachers Club. He was on the usher committee. Doug participated in three school plays. He was the Railsplitter book editor and the Greenhorn newspaper fea- ture page editor. Doug was a moni- tor and was on the honor roll for eight semesters. Donald Raymond Field " Don " participated in football in his sophomore year, and also served as a monitor in his sophomore year. Stephen James Fitzsimmons " Steve " was a member of the swim- ming team three years and lettered twice in this sport. He participated in golf for three years and football for two years. He served as a hall monitor and was a member of the Lettermen Club. Steve served on the baccalaureate committee in his senior year. Larry E. Fleener Patrick A. Ford " Pat " participated in track in tenth grade and was a monitor for two years. He was the front page make- up editor of the school newspaper. He served on the class day committee in his senior year. Ray L. Foreman Ray played sophomore football and baseball. He also worked with the advertising department in journalism. Karen Irene Garlock Karen was a member of Dorian Art Club and homemaking staff. She was a monitor for two years. Sandra Elizabeth Geyer " Sandy " was on student council. ' She was in Leaders Club, Girls Club, and was secretary of Latin Club ar.d Future Teachers Club. She par- ticipated in golf an d won a letter. She was co-editor of the Railsplitter newspai er and went to Journalism Day at Drake. She was in All-State band, All-City band, and the pit band at Lincoln. She was in Senior Choir, and Madrigal. Sandy was on the honor roll and was an American Field Service representative to lire- men, Germany. She served on the class day committee in her senior year. David Goodlaxson " Dave " was in the Russian Club and was out for tennis three years. He was in band, orchestra, and chorus. He was in Madrigal, All-City band and All-State chorus. He received an achievement award in vocal music. Dave was second in a Polk County " Thrift " essay contest and received a letter of commendation from Na- tional Merit Scholarship. He served on the class day committee in his senior year. —28— Lois Dorothy Gray Lois was a member of Pep Club and (Jiils (J lee Club. She went out for tennis in her sophomore year, and served as a monitor in her senior year. Lois served on the informal committee in her senior year. Norman ( ' . Green Norman served as a monitor, and also a gym leader. He was on the cap and gown committee in his senior year. Linda Jane Gregory Linda was a member of student council as a senior and served on the friendship committee. She was a member of Drama Club, French Club, Leaders Club, Pep Club, F.T.A., Girls Club, and served on the office staff. She participated in Mermaids, drill team, girls golf, Senior Choir, Girls Glee Club, and Junior Choir. Linda appeared in the play " Our Town. " and worked on homecoming decorations. She was picture page editor of the senior Rail and wrote the Graduate of Distinction column. She was also on the honor roll. She served on the informal committee. Robert Franklin Gregson Jr. " Bob " was a member of the student council for two semesters and a monitor for one. He played basket- ball in his sophomore year. In his senior year he was a member of the Distributive Education Club and served on the banquet committee. Peter Joseph Griglione Jr. " Pete " came to Lincoln from Dow- ling as a junior. He participated and lettered in baseball and went out for cross-country track. He served as a monitor and was a member of the informal committee. Gary Grubb Qtry was in fall and spring track for three years. He won a letter in fall track. James Lewis Guile " Jim " was in the school plays " Jun- ior Miss, " and " Our Town, " and worked on the stage crew for the play, " Little Women. " He was a member of the Senior Choir and Boys Glee Club. He participated in the Drama Club for one semester. Jim served on the class day committee in his senior year. Bennye Sue Gunn Bennye was in the Pep Club and Girls Club in tenth grade. She was on gym staff. She participated in the D. E. C. A. program. Bennye served on the class day committee in her senior year. Gary Hammond Gary served on the banquet commit- tee in his senior year. Connie Sue Hampshire Connie was a member of Pep Club, French Club, and Drama Club. She participated in the play " Our Town " and was a monitor for one semester. She served on the baccalaureate com- mittee in her senior year. —29- Terry Lee Hampshire Terry participated in football and baseball for two years. He was a member of the student council for one semester. He served as a moni- tor for three years and a gym leader for one. Terry served on the cap and gown committee in his senior year. Vernon Hansen Vernon was a member of the Lin- coln Distributive Education Club and also the National D.E.C.A. Club. Linda Jean Hartley Linda moved here from Cedar Rapids at the beginning of her senior year. There, she participated in Drama Club, Girls Recreational Association, and the National Honor Society. While at Lincoln she was a member of the Pep Club, Latin Club, and was also a Girls Club representative. She served on the class day commit- tee in her senior year. Judith K. Hayes " Judy " came to Lincoln from Adel in her junior year. In Adel she be- longed to the F. H. A. and was on the Adelphic newspaper staff. She received a Band and Librarian award at Adel. Judy was in the Girls Glee Club at Lincoln and served on the commencement announcements com- mittee in her senior year. Robert R. Heitman " Bob " participated in the distribu- tive education program in his senior year. He was on the student council in tenth grade and was a monitor in eleventh grade. He was active in track in tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades and was on the cross-country track team in tenth and eleventh grades. Bob was a member of the banquet committee. r Robert Kenneth Henry " Ken " came to Lincoln from Roose- velt in his senior year. He was a member of the senior student council in 12A. Su- en Henry " Steve " transferred from Norwalk in his junior year. While attending Lincoln he served as a member of the stage crew for one year. He was a member of the band for two years, and in his senior year he was a member of the Distributive Educa- tion Club. Michael Hoff Betty Jean Holder Betty was a member of the Pep Club and Girls Club. She was a monitor in her sophomore year and sang in the Girls Glee Club. Larry Alan Holmes Larry served on the student council during his junior year. He also was a monitor in tenth grade and was a member of French Club in ninth grade. He was escort during half- time activities of the 1962 homecom- ing. He took an active part in foot- ball, wrestling, and he received one letter in track. He also sang in the Senior Choir and Boys Glee Club. Larry served on the banquet com- mittee on his senior year. -30- Joy Theresse Horber Joy was a member of Girls Club and IVp Club. In her senior year she was on bookkeeping staff and was co-editor of the feature page of the Kailsplitter. She served on the class day ccmmittee. Judith Ann Horner " Judy " was a member of the stu- dent council in her senior year and served on the friendship committee. She was a member of Senior Choir, Leaders Club, Girls Club, and Pep Club. She was a member of secre- tarial staff for two years and was vice-president in her senior year. Judy was a member of the drill team and was picture page editor of the Senior Rail. In 12B she served on the decoration committee for home- coming. Judy attended Drake Ca- reer Day, and the student council Jamboree. She served on the in- formal committee. Dennis William Houghtaling Dennis was a member of the Letter- men Club and lettered three times in track and once in football. He serv- ed as a hall monitor in his junior year and was on the treasury com- mittee in his senior year. Richard Alan James " Dick " went out for football, bas- ketball, and track, receiving a letter in basketball and football. He was a member of the Lettermen Club for two years. He was a member of the Senior Chorus for four years, Boys Glee Club for three years, and sang with the All-State Choir in 1962. He was a member of Madrigal for three years, and in his senior year took part in the play " The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. " Dick served on the baccalaureate committee. James N. Jones " Jim " served on the student council for two semesters and was a member of the Lettermen Club, Boys Glee Club, and Senior Choir. He also participated in football, basketball, and baseball. He earned one mono- gram in basketball in his junior year. James served on the prom committee in his senior year. David Lee Jorgenson " Dave " participated in track in tenth grade. He was a member of the Distributive Education Club and was elected club president. He also served as a monitor in tenth grade. Qftlj Lee Kesselring Gary was active in Lettermen Club and received monograms in football, track, and basketball. He was a gym leader and a member of student coun- cil for one semester. In his senior year Gary served on the prom com- mittee. Susan Ann Knauer Susan was on student council and was in Latin Club and served as president. She was on the hospital- ity and usher committee and was chairman. She was the president of library staff and served on Miss Anderson ' s staff. She was a member ol the senior high band, was an organist, and went out for tennis. Sue served on the class day commit- tee in her senior year. Larry Knight Larry was a member of the Distrib- utive Education Club of America. He was elected treasurer of the club, and was the chairman of the wel- coming committee for the state lead- ership conference. He participated in football and baseball in tenth and eleventh grades and in wrestling in the eleventh grade. He was also a member of the school orchestra. John Robert Knolke John was active in basketball and track for two years. He was a member of the student center staff two years and was a monitor for one year. He was a member of the Radio Club in his sophomore and j unior years and the Photography Club in his senior year. He served on the class party committee. -31- Cheryl LaBarr Cheryl was in the Pep Club during tenth and eleventh grades and the Girls Club friendship committee in tenth and eleventh grades. She also was in the Girls Glee Club in tenth grade. Cheryl served on the steno- graphic committee in her senior year. David Law " Dave " participated in football in his sophomore year and baseball as a sophomore and junior. He was out for tennis in his senior year. Dave served on the banquet committee in his senior year. Paul A. Levang Paul was a member of our band for three years. He also took an active part in baseball for three years. Paul received three letters, one in basketball, baseball, and one for be- ing football equipment manager. He served on the banquet committee in his senior year. Frederick Eugene Lindsey " Fred " participated in basketball in his sophomore and junior years and was a one letter winner. Michael J. Loffredo In " Mike ' s " sophomore year he was on student council. He also played baseball in his sophomore year. Mike served on the banquet committee in his senior year. Paul Fredrick Loney II Paul participated in football and baseball in his sophomore, junior, and senior years at Lincoln. He served on the treasury committee in his senior year. Keith D. Lukenbill Keith participated in baseball in his sophomore year. He was a monitor in eleventh grade. Lonnie Edward Lynch Barbara Mae Martens " Barb " was in French Club, Girls Club, Leaders Club and Junior Achievement for two years. She was a member of the Girls Glee Club for three years. Barb served on the stenographic committee in her senior year. Constance Louise Martin " Connie " was active in drill team, Pei Club, Girls Club, Girls Glee Club, and was on the office staff for two years. She was a member of the Senior Chorus for three years, and she served on student council in her senior year. She was on the decoration committee for homecom- ing. She also helped decorate the homecoming emblem. Connie was the feature page columnist, and worked on the sketches in journalism. In her sophomore year, she won two Noma spelling awards. Connie was elected secretary of the senior class. —32— Logan Martin Logan participated in wrestling in his sophomore and junior years. Marilyn Martin Marilyn served on student council and on the library staff. She was in the Girls Club. She won the Noma Spelling Award. Marilyn served on the stenographic committee in her senior year. Mary Ellen Martinez Mary was a member of Pep Club and Girls Club for three years. She was a " big sister " for two years, and in her senior year she worked on circulation of the school newspa- per in journalism. Frank D. Matney Frank was a hall monitor in tenth grade. He was the president of D.E.C.A. for the state of Iowa, and participated in various D.E.C.A. con- tests. Michelle McAninch Michelle came to Lincoln in her jun- ior year from Oakhaven High School in Memphis. Tennessee. While at Oakhaven High she participated in the school play, belonged to three clubf ; Y-Teens for two semesters, Latin Club for one semester and the F.H.A. for one semester. She also worked on the school paper, " The Hawkeye, " in ninth grade. Michelle served on commencements committee in her senior year. Clayle McCaw Clayle was on the student council and was in the French Club. He participated in football and lettered once. He was a monitor and took part in a school play, " Junior Miss. " Clayle was a cashier in the cafe in tenth and eleventh grades. Mary Anne McClain Mary Anne served on student council and was on gym staff. She was in Prep Choir and Girls Glee Club. Mary Anne served on the class day committee in her senior year. Cynthia K. McConnell Cynthia participated in Pep Club, gym staff, Girls Club, and Leaders Club for one semester. She was in Senior Chorus for two semesters and Girls Glee Club for three semesters. She also served on student council in her junior year. Cynthia served on the banquet committee in her sen- ior year. Jane McCullough Jane was in Pep Club in tenth and eleventh grade. She participated in the D.E.C.A. program. She was a monitor for one year. In her senior year she served on the class day committee. David Mefferd " Dave " participated in football in tenth and eleventh grades. He also participated in wrestling two years. He was a monitor in eleventh grade. -33- Diane Meier Linda Mein Linda was in student council for one semester. She was a member of the Girls Club. In her senior year Bhe served on the banquet committee. Christine Carole Mickesh " Chris " took part in student council, Girls Club, and Leaders Club. She was a member of gym staff in the eleventh grade and served on nurses staff and secretarial staff in her senior year. Chris, who took an ac- tive part in golf, was a two letter winner. She was also on the drill team and was an honor roll student. She served on the banquet committee. Tom Milligan Tom participated in baseball in tenth and eleventh grades. He played foot- ball in eleventh grade. He was a monitor in his junior year. Sharon Kaye Moon Sharon came to Lincoln in her sen- ior year. She was in the Pep Club at Valley High School, and John Marshall High School in Los Angeles, California. She served on the com- mencement committee in her senior year. Patricia Moore " Pat " was a member of student council in eleventh and twelfth grades. She was in the French Club, and was on gym staff and a monitor- in twelfth grade. Pat served on the cap and gown committee in her senior year. Karen Jean Myerly Karen was a member of Leaders Club and Pep Club. She was sec- retary of Girls Club and secretary of French Club. She was a member of student council for two years. She sang in Senior Chorus and Girls Glee Club and was on the honor roll. Karen went out for tennis and she was on the drill team. She was a candidate for polio queen, and was one of the finalists for homecoming queen. She served on the decoration committee and was on the Railsplitter staff in journalism. Karen served on the prom committee in her senior year. Sharon Blackford Myers Sharon was a member of the Pep Club in tenth grade. Sharon served on the class day committee in her senior year. Dennis Dean Narland " Denny " was in the Lettermen Club, winning three letters. He partici- pated in wrestling and won the 112 pound city wrestling title this year. He was co-sports editor of the Rail- splitter newspaper. Denny served on the treasury committee in his senior year. Jeanette Ellen Newbiggin Jeanette was on student council. She was in Girls Club, French Club and Y-Teens in junior high. She served on the office staff, gym staff, and student center staff. She partici- pated in drill team. Jeanette was on the honor roll and was a monitor. Jeanette served on the stenographic committee in her senior year. -34- Edward Lyle Newman " Ed " was in the Lettermen Club and participated in football, in which he lettered, also basketball, and base- ball. He was a member of Lincoln ' s band and the All-City band. He worked on advertising in journalism. Mary Ellen Nigro Mary was a member of drill team. Senior Choir, Junior Choir, Girls Glee Club and French Club. She par- ticipated in student council, Future Teachers of America, student center staff, and also worked on decora- tions for homecoming in her senior year. In journalism she was make- up editor for the senior Rail. Mary served on the informal committee in her senior year. Dwiffht Norris D wight was a member of student council in ninth grade. In his senior year he was a monitor and worked on the homecoming emblem. Keith OyMOB Keith was in the Lettermen Club and Camera Club. He was on the photography staff. He participated in sophomore football, fall tennis, and spring tennis for two years and basketball three years. He was in band and was a monitor in tenth grade. Keith won a letter in spring tennis. i .iM Palladino Carl participated in golf. Dixie Lee Parsons Dixie was in the Pep Club and Girls Club. She was on the homemaking staff in eleventh grade. She was in Girls Club all through senior high and won two Scholastic Art Awards. Dixie served on the banquet commit- tee in her senior year. Allen Francis Payne Allen played sophomore baseball. He was a gym leader in his junior and senior years. In his junior year he was on the honor roll. For home- coming 1962, he helped with decora- tions and worked on the emblem. In journalism Allen worked on the ad- vertising staff. Allen served on the banquet committee in his senior year. Sharron Pauline Pederson Sharron was a member of the Girls Club and Pep Club. She also be- longed to the Girls Glee Club. She served on the banquet committee in her senior year. April Joyce Peer April was a member of Girls Club, Pep Club, gym staff and English staff. She also took part in Mer- maids, flag twirling, was a candidate for homecoming princess in her fresh- man year, and was a candidate for track princess. She sang in Senior Choir, won an art award in her junior year, and served on the stu- dent council. April also served on the prom committee in her senior year. Brian Percival Brian was in student council for two years and was elected vice-pres- ident in his senior year. He also served on All-City council for one year. He participated in swimming fox three years, in which he earned three letters. Brian was undefeated fan swimming dual meets during his three years of competition. He was state champion in 1962 and 1963. In journalism he was co-editor of the sports page. Brian served on the prom committee in his senior year. —35- Corey Charles Phelps Corey participated in football and baseball for two years. He was in two school plays " Junior Miss " and " Our Town, " and was also on the production staff of " Design For Murder. " He sang in the Senior Choir for five semesters. Corey served as a monitor for two semesters. Diane Ilene Pitts Diane was a member of gym staff and bookkeeping staff. She played in the band and was a member of Girls Club. She served on the com- mittee for commencement announce- ments. Linda Jean Plummer Linda took part in Girls Club and was in the Pep Club in her sopho- more and junior years. Linda serv- ed on the stenographic committee in her senior year. Donna Carol Poison Donna was in Prep Choir two years and was in Girls Glee Club two years . She won a Noma Spelling Award. Phyllis Jean Porter " Phyl " was a member of the- Pep Club. She belonged to two staffs, homemaking for four semesters, and gym staff for one semester. In eleventh grade Phyl participated in tennis. In twelfth grade she was on the homecoming decorating commit- tee. Phyl worked on both Railsplit- ters. She served on the informal committee in her senior year. Lyle Powers Lyle came to Lincoln semester. Jean Ipsen Prazak Jean was in Girls Club and was an assistant director of a play in eleventh grade-. She was in Senior Choir and Girls Glee Club for three yeans. James D. Presnell " Jay " was a member of D.E.C.A. Club. He was a monitor in tenth grade and a gym leader in eleventh and twelfth grades. In his senior year Jay served on the banquet committee. Russell Purdy Russell served on student council and was a monitor in eleventh grade. Michael L. Redfield " Mike " served on student council in his senior year. He was a member of art staff in his sophomore and MttlOT years, Dorian Ail Club five semesters, Russian Club, and in serv- ice homeroom for five semesters. I- mi two years Mike was on the honor roll. He participated in baseball in his sophomore year and swimming for three years ; he earned one letter for swimming. Mike served on the treasury committee in his senior year. -36- Maureen Kay Reed Maureen was a member of student council and served on the friendship and potttr committees in her senior year. She was a member of Qifif Club, Pep Club, Drama Club, and Leaders Club. She served on gym staff and was also a monitor. She participated in drill team for two years, tennis, and worked on adver- tising in journalism. In 12A she served on the prom committee. John Andrew Reppert, Jr. " Doc " was the president of the stu- dent council in his senior year and was chief justice in eleventh grade. He was vice-president of the All-City student council. He was also vice- president of the Lettermen Club. Doc lettered twice in wrestling and won the " Best Wrestler ' s Trophy. " He was district champion at 133 pounds. He lettered in football and lettered in track three times. Doc w as a candidate for homecoming king and was the sports editor of the year book. He was a delegate to the Youth Conference on The Atom in Chicago and was a Merit Scholarship winner. Jeffrey J. Revier " Jeff " was on the student council for one semester, and was a member of the Lettermen Club. He received letters for his active part in golf and basketball. He served on the clMM party committee in 12A. Kay Marie Rhodes Kay was a member of the student council for four years and served as treasurer in her senior year. She was also a member of the All-City student council for two semesters. In journalism she was co-editor of the Greenhorn and CO Editor of the Railsplitter newspapers. She was a member of Girls Club, Pep Club, Senior Choir, and usher committee, and nurses staff. She was also a member of Leaders Club and was president in her senior year. Kay was on the honor roll and received a Merit Scholarship letter of Commen- dation. In her sophomore year she was president of a Junior Achieve- ment Company. Kay was chairman of the informal committee. Don Richardson Don participated in track. Robert Rissman Andrew P. Rivera " Andy " participated in baseball and wrestling. In journalism Andy work- ed on the advertising for the Rail- splitter. Albert E. Robson Albert participated in swimming and tennis for three years. He lettered in tennis in his junior year and was a member of the Russian Club. He also served as a monitor for two semesters. Al worked on the com- mittee for commencement announce- ments in his senior year. Gloria Jean Roeder Gloria was in Leaders Club, was a swimming leader, and belonged to the Photography Club. She was on the gym staff and homemaking staff. She was in Prep Choir, Girls Glee Club, and was a monitor. Gloria was an adult education hostess and assistant teacher ol swimming. She participated in Pan American Day. Gloria served on the banquet commit- tee in her senior year. Donna Selma Rose Donna was a member of Pep Club for two years and Leaders Club for one year. She worked on the dec- orating committee for homecoming. She was a member of Girls Club and was a homeroom representative. In her senior year she was a student director for the play " Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. " Donna served on the committee for commencement announcements. -37— Willis Ralph Kowe Paul J. Ruby Paul was on the student council for one semester, and also served as a monitor. He participated in basket- ball for two years, and earned ono letter in golf. Paul served on the class party committee in his senior year. Anna Florence Ruperto Anna was a member of the student council for five semesters. In her junior year she was a polio queen candidate. In journalism Anna was co-sketch editor and wrote the cof- umn, " Letters to the Editor. " She was a monitor, and was on secre- tarial staff. Anna served on the financial committee and the social committee of the Girls Club. She was chosen to model in the Younker ad in her senior year and served on the class day committee. Mike Russo Mike participated in sophomore foot- ball and sophomore baseball. He was a gym leader in eleventh grade. As a senior Mike served on the class party committee. Rojrer Bruce Sayers Roger was a member of the Dorian Art Club and the Russian Club. He was on the art staff for three years. He helped with the homecoming: dance in 1962. He won Scholastic Art Awards and got honorable mention. Roger received a letter from N.S.A.T. of commendation and won the N.C.T.E. award. Roger was on the honor rol l. Ralph Anthony Scatino Jr. Ralph was a member of the Distribu- tive Education program. Nick Scavo Nick was in the Lettermen Club. He won six letters ; two in wrestling, one in football, and three in base- ball. John Sharp John was a monitor in tenth and eleventh grades. Sandra Kay Shepherd " Sandy " was on student council in tenth grade and was in the Latin Club. She was in band for three years. Sandy was a monitor for one semester, and participated in tennis. She served on the class party com- mittee in her senior year. Nancy Sherman Nancy came to Lincoln in her junior year from Tech. She participated in Girls Club and Pep Club. Nancy served on the class party committee in her senior year. -38— Joseph W. Silny Jr. Joe participated in wrestling in tenth and eleventh grades, winning one letter, and baseball in tenth grade. He worked on advertising in jour- nalism. Joe was a monitor for three years. Douglas James Simmons " Doug " was active in basketball, football, baseball, and track. He received two letters in basketball and one in football. Doug was elect- ed captain of the basketball team in his junior and senior year and was a member of Lettermen Club. He was in Senior Chorus and Boys Glee Club for three years. Doug served as a monitor for two semesters and was in service homeroom for five semesters. In journalism he was sports editor of the Railsplitter news- paper. Terrance L. Simmons " Terry " was in the Dorian Art Club, Russian Club, and the art staff for three years. He participated in swimming. Norman R. Singleton " Norm " was a member of Letter- men Club, receiving letters in bas- ketball, baseball, and cross-country track. He was captain of the cross- country track team in his senior year. He served as a monitor for one semester. Marilyn Marie Sittler Marilyn was in Leaders Club, Pep Club, and was Girls Club repivsrnt- ative for her homeroom. In her junior year she served on the social committee of the Girls Club and was on the financial committee during her junior and senior years. She served on the student center staff and was a monitor. Marilyn parti- cipated in tennis for two years, and worked on sketches for the senior book. She worked on homecoming decorations committee and helped Co assemble the school emblem. Marilyn served on the treasury committee. Karen Nadine Slater Karen was in three school plays " Our Town, " " Little Women, " and " The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. " She was a member of Drama Club and Girls Club. She was a member of the student council and also a monitor for one semester. She par- ticipated in Prep Choir and Girls Glee Club. She was a member of Junior Achievement for three years, and vice-president of her sales com- pany for one year. Karen served on the class day committee in her senior year. Donald Gene Speck " Don " was on student council for t v semesters. He participated in football in tenth grade. Don was a monitor for two semesters and served on the nurse ' s staff. Lyle Spilman Lyle participated in swimming for three years, lettering in his senior year. He also participated in track. He was a monitor for two semesters and was a homeroom officer. James Eugene Spitznagle " Jim " served on student council in tenth grade and was in the Russian Club and Dorian Art Club. He was on the art staff, and was in band and All-City band. Jim won a Gold Key award in art and received eight honorable mentions. James W. Stevenson " Jim " , who received a National Merit Scholarship letter of commendation, was a monitor for three semesters, and was also an honor roll student. He served on the class party com- mittee in his senior year. v Roper Dennis Surbaugh Roger was a member of Lettermen Club and he received three letters for the three years of baseball he played. He also was a gym leader. He was a monitor in his senior year and worked on advertisements in journalism. Glenn Paul Surber Glenn was in the Photography Club and was in the Boys Glee Club, Sen- ior Choir, and was an organist. He was an assistant Rail staff photo- grapher. Glenn was a homecoming escort and participated in sophomore track. James Steven Tamasi " Steve " participated in football and baseball for three years each. He won a letter in football and base- ball. He was a monitor for one semester. Steve served on the trea- sury committee in his senior year. Linda Ann Tate Linda was in Pep Club for two years, Girls Glee Club for one se- mester and a monitor for one semester. She also participated in after school volley ball games for one semester. In her senior year Linda served on the class day committee. Diane Thomas Turner was in the French Club and David William " Dave " the Future Teachers Club for two years. He participated in several plays. He was a monitor and trea- surer of the French Club. Dave at- tended Drake Career Day and served on the banquet committee in his senior year. Carmen C. Vega Carmen came to Lincoln from Guate- mala in her senior year as a foreign exchange student through the A.F.S. program. She was a member of the student council, and also a member of the All-City student council. She was a monitor and sang in the Sen- ior Choir. She served on the usher and hospitality committee and attend- ed Drake Career Day and High School Bank Day. Carmen was among the five finalists for homecoming queen. She served on the senior prom com- mittee. Eugene Howard VerSteegh " Gene " participated in baseball in his junior year. Gerald D. Wales " Jerry " participated in football in his sophomore year. He also partici- pated in basketball and baseball in both his sophomore and junior years. Jerry api eared in the play " Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, " and served on the informal committee in his senior year. (lark Charles Wallace Clark was in the Lettermen Club and participated in football, swim- ming, and track. He was in the band for five years. Clark won six letters ; two in football, two in swim- ming, and two in track. He was on the second All-City football team, and was a Lincoln High representa- tive to the Kiwanis Club. —40- Craig Wallace Craig participated in basketball and golf, having received two letters in goll. He served on art staff, hospi- tality committee and the poster and publicity committees of the student council. Craig was a member of the Dorian Art Club and received a gold key in Scholastic Art. Mark Robert Wallace Mark received thiee letters in track, thiee in swimming, and two in foot - ball. He was a member of the Let- termen Club and was chosen to be a guard on the All-City football team. He was a member of the band for five years and was also a member of a service homerot m. Jeanne Lee Watson Jeanne was a member of student council for one semester. She was a member of several clubs, the Future Teachers Club for five semesters, the Pep Club for two semesters, and the Photography Club. Jean received three awards, one Achievement Award in the area of business and two Noma Gold certificates. She served on the informal committee in her senior year. Bobbie Linda Wells Bobbie transferred to Lincoln from Rantoul, Illinois, where she was a member of nurses staff, Spanish Club, F.F.A., T.H.A., and was als. a cheerleader. At Lincoln she wa« a member of the French Club. Connie Jo Connie was council f( Club, D Wells on the senior student two semesters. Girls ian Art Club, and was also member of the art staff. She sang in the Senior Chorus and Girls Glee Club for four semesters. She served as a monitor and participated in golf, earning one monogram. She Wtm three times awarded honorable mention in art scholastics. Connie served on the prom committee in 12 A. Steven Donald Williams " Steve " holds the school record in the 100 yard free style, and was a member of the 160 medley relay and 200 medley relay teams which also hold school records. He placed sec- ond in the District, and fourth in the State swimming meets in the 100 yard free style event. He lettered three times in swimming. He also played football and was a hall moni- tor in tenth and eleventh grade . He was a member of Lettermen Club and student council. He served on homecoming decorating committee. In journalism he was advertising manager. He was chosen to pose for Younker ad. Norman Leroy Wilson Norman was a member of Lettermen Club for two years. He participated in football, track, and lettered twice in wrestling. Gary Keith Winter Gary participated in the school play " Our Town " in his junior year. Gary, a five letter winner, was a member of Lettermen Club for three years. He was active in football and track for three years and basketball for two years. He was in Senior Choir, Boys Glee Club, and was a member of Madrigal for three and one half years. In his junior year he received a State Speech Award. In his junior and senior years he re- ceived awards for the All-State Quar- tet. Gary was treasurer of his senior class. Ray W. Woodmansee Ray participated in tennis and foot- ball. He was in the All-City band for two years and the pit band for three years. Ray was a representa- tive from Lincoln to the Kiwanis Club. Phillip John Anthony Zahn " Phil " participated in basketball, baseball, sophomore football and cross country track, receiving two letters in basketball and baseball. He was secretary of the Lettermen Club and was in the service home room for one semester. Phil was on the judicial and student center committees, in the student council for two semesters. In journalism Phil was co-spoils edi- tor of the newspaper. —41 Robert Alan Zeis " Bob " went out for football in his sophomore year and track in his sophomore and senior years. He was advertising manager of the senior Railsplitter, and he served on the prom committee in his senior year. Margorie Ann Zelsdorf " Marge " was on the student council for three semesters, she was in Lead- ers Club, Pep Club, Girls Club, senior chorus for three years, and was on the student center staff for two years. Marge won a Savings and Loan Award for English in her soph- omore year. In her junior and senior year she served as a monitor. In journalism she wrote book reviews for the paper. Marge served on the committee for commencement an- nouncements in her senior year. Richard Allen Berryhill " Rich " was a member of Boys Glee Club for four semesters and Senior Chorus for six semesters. He partici- pated in basketball in his junior year. He also served as a hall mon- itor. He served on the informal committee in his senior year. John L. Zeroni Kenneth Ross Zika " Kenny " was one of Lincoln ' s top football players. He participated in football three years and lettered twice. He was a second team guard on the All-City football team and won honorable mention on the All- State team by the Associated Press. Kenny also participated in sophomore basketball. He was a member of Lettermen Club. He was on student c uncil for two semesters and was on the All-City council. Kenny was a candidate for homecoming king in 1963. He was on the honor roll, and served as a monitor in his senior year. He was elected vice-president of his senior class. 1 Not Pictured Sue Harter Harold L Howard Madeline Ruth Meier Lynn George Zupon —42— u winter ua Sandra Kae Batten " Sandy " was a member of Girls Club for three years and a member of Pep Club. She served on office and homemaking staffs and on the dec- orating committee for homecoming. In the journalism department she heli ed with the circulation of the newspaper. She also served at the baccalaureate tea for the senior class of January 1963. Sandy served on the prom committee in her senior year. Carol Lea Carder Carol was a member of four clubs while at Lincoln ; the French Club for two semesters, Leaders Club for two semesters, Latin Club two se- mesters, and the Future Teachers Club. Carol worked on two staffs, gym staff for one semester and nurses staff for three semesters. Tom Fickes Tom came to Lincoln in his senior year from Saydel. At Lincoln Tom was a member of the school band. Gary Greene James Thomas Standiford " Jim " came to Lincoln in twelfth grade from Sparta High School, Sparta, Wisconsin. He was active in baseball, and was on the tumbling team at Sparta. He also sang in the junior high chorus. Not Pictured James M. Cole Terrence Miller -43- addmen ou widt be mahina many very impor- tant decisions in the next j?ew years, ijon decide, and ivlictt ifou do in Scliool, will influence if our future lij e. id our hope that ijou mahe wise de- cisions and mahe £Ood use o the (ji ts ijou will receive at cjCincoln. 9A H.R. 126 — Back row. left to right: Tom Bowman, Tom Biddle, Craig Bales, Larry Archibald, James Berry, Dominic Berardi, Kirby Bennett, Bob Bason, Randy Cave, Bill Christian, Larry Ball, Dan Booth, Greg Blanchard, Vincent Carter, Dave Chamberlin. Seated, left to right: Judy Auestad, Terrie Bachman, Vicki Cioccio, Kathleen Brown, Mary Ann Burke (Partly hidden), Peggy Ash, Jane Cannon, Diana Brierly, Lucretia Berardi, Debby Abbott, Linda Brightwell (Partly hidden), Patti Bunch, Laura Ancell. 9 A H.R. 229— First row, left to right : Susan Garland, Sharon Fost- er, Marsha Gramm, Gloria Gray, Cheryl Crawford, Diane Clark, Charlotte Faulkner, Karen Faust. Second row, left to right: Jewell Coultas, Vicky Gertsen, Betty Cor- daro, Janis Franklin, Patty Davis, Vicky Docken, Cheryl Fontanini, Janet Ford, Judy Cole. Third row, left to right: Jon Fuller, Terry Drenner, Dennis Elliot, Dennis Fritz, Dennis Delmott, Lawrence Dickes, Tom Conrey, Bill Golliday, Bob Evans, Steve Etzen, Don Fiddler. 9 A H.R. 238 — First row, left to right: Judy Lewis, Katy McCoy, Connie Hmlge, Judy McConkey, Bonnie Jones, Vicki McCabe, Nancy Lee, Dorthy Jobe, Jeri Kothenbeut- al, Virginia Leo, Debbie Kellen, Linda Jaquinta. Second row, left to right: Donna McCool, Pat Hall, Diana Lint, Linda Hanner, Clif Hildenbrant, David Kline, Dave Mack, Terry King, Bob McDaniel, Mel Hardenbrook, Tom Mai shall. Third row, left to right: Billie Ann McKowen, Bob Haines, Bob Grif- fith, Robin Karnes, Vic Jacknvich. Larry Kinney, Chuck Jones, Rudy Lucia, Carroll Henderson, Dennis Laphery. 9A H.R. 30 — First row, left to right: Bill Mills, Ronald Piart, Danny Quinn. Second row. left to right: Lana O ' Donoghue, Cathy Robinson, Jackie Pilart, Vickie Noah, Andrea Rivera, Janet Russo, Lana Ostrem, Mary Reeves, Helen Randall. Third row, left to right: Albert Meek, Dave Meadjws, Mike O ' Dea, Greg Raymond. Doug Miller, Paul Petty. Back row, left to right: Danny Millie Rick Rasmussen, Doug Miller, Jim Ogden, Mike Sandon, Chuck Miller, Roger Rice, Bob Millard. 9A Homeroom Teachers: Mrs. Phoebe Bryant Mr. Vincent Boozell Mr. Joseph Pritchard Mr. Eldon Peterson Mr. Gerald Jaehnel 9 A H.R. 117— First row, left to right: Mr. Boozell, Tom Wood, Bill Tamasi, Joe Sneller, Walt Whitlatch, Larry Williams, Jim Worthington, Jim Trees, Dennis Spitzer, Larry Yates, Gre? Spellman. Don Signs, Richard Sayers, Dick Tate, Richard Teater. Second row, left to right: Clara Vaughn, Linda Ward. Ginger Smith, Mary Vaughn, Olga Skalicky, Sue Vemue, Linda Swarts, Diana Terry, Barb Tarr, June Ann Striffler, Willetta Stevens. 47 — Orcjaniza tlond Oil to do it; watch Someone else do it, but leai (if taheS pi e can react now Co do u; we can reallu taheS place wlten we do it ourselves. e in Jliis applied to most thincjS we tab School rom homemahing, to mathematics. Adhere are many organizations and sta S at cjCincoln that give us a chance to do it. am rjCincofn J liali SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL— Front row, left to right: Anna Ruperto, Marilyn Martin, Ruth Mel ine, Karen Myerly, Diana Fryman, Doug Barakat, Mike Crivaro, Reese McNulty, Don Carey, Bill Vermie. Second row: Judy Cook. Mary Nigro, J„hn Barakat, Pat Devlin, Mike Williams, Bill McCutchen, Gary Kesselring. Third row: Steve Brodie, Bruce Walker, Bill Hippee, Dick Roland, Doug Evans, Jerry Hughes, Rod Courtney, John Trent. Fourth row: Horace Hendricks, Bart Figg, Gary Gillam, Tom Simon. tomorrow ' s citizens will have a need to understand democracy and what it means to them and to the world. To get along people must be able to communicate, to discuss problems and to act on them. At Lincoln our student government is our voice, our way of settling our prob- lems, making known our needs. Our student councils represent us and must have our active support. WW 4 K v SENIOR COUNCIL OFFI- CERS— Left to right: Cathy Aiello, Kay Rhodes, Doc Reppert, Mr. Wilson, Advis- or, Brian Percival, Phil Huglin. behoof Student Council SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL— Front row, left to right: Peter Wityk, Allen Essman, Helen Hall, Sherry Marhenhotz, Margie Reeves, Maureen Reed, Kathie Hill, Carol Chidester, Sue Bagotto, Jane Anderson. Second row: Jim Lightner, Virginia Terrell, Susan King, Candy Fagen, Barbara Dickes, Cheryl Silcott, Linda Howard, Marnee Irish. Third row: Bob Clark, Phil Huglin, Bob Dow, Judy Horner, Cathy Aiello, Cathi Anderson, Linda Carroll, Jamie Pennock, Suzanne Robinson, Anne Grahame. Fourth row: Bob Baum, Mike Redfield. Bill Hal l, Kent Wagner, Todd Textor, Doc Reppert, Chuck Roland, Kay Rhodes, Tom Inhoff. Tom Murphy. Council membership is composed of two students from each homeroom in the building. These students are headed by a president, vice-president, chief justice, secretary, and treasurer. Mr. Robert Wilson and Mr. Donald Ceynar are the senior and junior council advisors, respectively. Mr. Dickson is advisor of Lincoln ' s All-City Council group. ALL-CKTY COUNCIL— Front row, left to right: Helen Hall, Vice President, Doc Reppert, Kay Rhodes. Back row : Mr. Dickson, co-advisor, Bart Figg, Chuck Roland, Phil Huglin. JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL — First row, left to right: Kris Johnson, Joe O ' Conner, Steve Shafer, Bill Myerly, Pete Greco, Kathy Mills. Second row, left to right: Eric Hill, Dan Summy, Mel Hardenbrook, Craig Bales, Gloria Gray, June Striffler. Third row, left to right: Chuck Miller, Laura Lair, Joyce Brightwell, Ann Shepherd, Jennise Frome, Connie Hodge, Helen Randall. Fourth row, left to right: Dan Foss, Frank Acri, Bill Tamasi, Ron Paveglio, Margaret Whitmarsh, Pam Galloway, Barbara Berardi, Debbie Abbott. Junior Council officers, from left to right, are: Gloria Gray, June Striffler, Charles Miller, and Ron Paveglio. —54— l VJonitorA — Cjuardiand Order MR. HARRY DICKSON, Advisor MONITORS — First row left to right: Don Eittreim, Ron Fuller, Frank Greco, Dour Barakat, Tim Bird, David Turner, Mike Flaherty, Karen Slater. Second row left to right : George Bittner, John Inhtf. Bob Baum, Bob Thompson, Sue Pabst, Patty Dodge, Cathy Schaffer. Third row left to right: Todd Tex tor, Greg Oppedal, Greg Kent, Harold Phillips. Sonia Perry, Ronnie Bridal, Bonnie Jones, Sandy Dam- erville, Virginia Gilbert. The Hall Monitors are the official and maintain orde r in the halls. ' greeters " for the school. They direct visitors MONITORS— Left to right, first row: Bob Sharp. Dan- ny Randa, Steve Tamasi, Richard Boston, Bonnie Jones. Left to right, sec- ond row: Russell Saylor, Charles Warren, Gary Gil- lam, Steve Cox, Doug Bara- kat, Mike Sandon. Mr. Simmons, Advisor Uisuaf and udio idd Work SERVICE H. R., First row, left to right : Bob Bason, Dick Bason, Richard Reynolds, Bill Golliday. Second row: Mr. Simmons, Chuck Roland, Kenny Robinson, Bill Wools, Rick Ridnour, Gary Rooney. The service homeroom is made up of hardworking boys who are in charge of audio-visual equipment. They set it up when it is needed for use in classrooms, auditorium, or on the athletic field. The gym staff assists in gym classes taking rolls, keeping records, and perform- ing many other varied tasks. Mrs. Mooncy and Mrs. Richardson, Advisors GYM STAFF — Back row, left to right: Pam Cremeens, Mary Baird, Gloria Roeder, Linda Wallace, Sandy Heck, Marnee Irish, Judy Yenzer. Front row, left to right: Jeanette Newbiggin, Sonia Perry, Elaine Schuster, Dianna Rogers, Cheryl Stewart. —56— Mr. Eckey, Advisor HOSPITALITY AND USHER COMMITTEE— Back row, standing: Mr. Eckey, Connie Michelson, Beverly Atkinson, Dour Evans, Susan Knauer, Sue Pollard, Sue Goodinsr, Gary (Jillam, Larry Van Scoyk, Sue Neuwerth, Nancy Tarn, Judy Koth- enbeutel, Crai« Wallace, Rich Boston. Front row seated: Kay Rhodes, Helen Hall, Carmen Vega, Susan Britfhtwell, Judy Lewis, Barbara Dickes, Kathy Hill, Pat Devlin. The hospitality and usher committee extend the hand of friendship to all those who visit Lincoln. They usher at assemblies and extra-curricular activities. —57— LIBRARY STAFF— Row one, left to right : Nancy Bartholomew, Mary Anne Whaley, Lu Ellen Mitchell, Sue Neu- werth, Marcia Sneller. Row two, left to right: Miss Holt, Myrna Peterson, Marilyn Martin, Sue Knauer, Amy Ackerlund, Marna Peterson, Mi-s. Martens, aide. The library staff assists the librarian in checking books in and out, and keeps the book shelves in order. The student center, one of the busiest spots in the building, is served by the student eenter staff. They serve refreshments to the many patrons that visit the center. Mrs. Kathleen Sniffer and Mr. Jerald Hickey are advisors. Knolke. Second row: Suzzette Stephens, Maxine Lucia, Margie Zelsdorf, Marilyn Sittler, Mary Nigro, Sue Fazio, Linda Mincks, Judy Kothenbeutel. D.E.C.A. CLUB MEMBERS— Back row, left to right: Frank Matney, Bob Heitman, Vein Hansen, Ted Dorris, Steve Henry. Ralph Scatino, Mr. Miller. Front row, left to right: Dave Jorgenson, Bennye Gun, Sue Danley, Jane McCullough, Cheryle Crandall, Linda Tate, Bob (Iregson. D.E.C.A. is made up of students in the training program initiated by the com- mercial department which provides tor the alternation of study in school with employment. It is concerned with preparing students for a career. Mr. Can Miller is advisor. The homemaking staff has many and diverse assignments. They prepare food, decorate window cases, and bulletin boards to name a few. JUNIOR HOMEMAKING STAFF— Setting, left to right: Bonnie Jones, Laura Ancell, Clara Vaughn, Linda Swa 1 1 .. Mary Vaughn, Vicki McCabe. Standing, left to right: Judy Auestad, Olga Skalicky, Karen Foust, Linda Ward. —59— Wc omen SECRETARIAL STAFF— Counter clockwise: Judy Dennett, Miss Sutter, Jane Cook, Cheryl Dick, Judy Cosper, Barbara Ford, Marilyn Zeliadt, Beverly Atkinson, Toni Fontanini, Miss Ealy, Chris Mickesh, Sally Mason. The secretarial staff does many typing jobs for their department and operates the mimeograph and duplicating machines. Miss Jane I alv and Miss Gladys Sutter are advisors. The nurse ' s statt actively assists the nurse with her many duties. The staff also gets acquainted with nursing as a profession. Mrs. Cleary, Advisor y, Kay Rhodes, Jill Leopold, Cathie Anders —60— Mr. Allen, Advisor ART STAFF — Front row, left to rijrht : Connie Wells, Diane Simas, Janice Dennis, Carol Oarlock. The art staff artists publicize the varied activities of the school by making signs, posters, and displays. The Leaders Club is made up of group leaders in organized physical fitness programs. Mrs. Moonev and Mrs. Richardson, Advisors LEADERS— Front row: Shirley Singleton, Diana McDonough, Jane Anderson, Chris Mickesh, Judy Dennett, Kay Rhodes. Second row: Susan Slorah, Linda Newbury, Jo Ellen Brown, Jean Th mas, Andrea Moore, Judy Cook. Third row: Sonja Perry. Sandy Geyer, Doreen Davis, Judy Yenzer, Jeanette Mason, Carol Roth, Claudia Rushing. A r O P r ; IL J CAFE WORKERS— Front row, left to right : Darlene Learning, Dar- lene Jacobe, Mary Sinnard, Wilnia Higdon, Lula Collins, Shirley Tom- linson. Back row, left to right : Marjorie Hornocker, La Von Mur- phy, Madline Kitterman, Rose Wad- dill, Marilyn Pieart, Shirly Glenn, Florence Meek, Verna Baker, Grace Burgess. (Cafeteria lnd C ustodiat lAJorkerS MRS. SINNARD and MR. TYLER, Directors Behind the scenes our custodians work quietly on many jobs. They tend the heating plant, make repairs, and keep the building tidy. Lincoln students are well ted due to the tast meals prepared In our cafeteria employees. CUSTODIANS — First row, left to right: Darrell Barker, Herbert Seiler, Dorothy Smith, Bruce Tyler Don Foss, Ramon Logdon. Second row, left to right: Herschel Reeves, Frank Uhlman, Myron Newell, Raymond Riley, Pat Smith, Edward Roane, Bernard Hazher. —62— .A common interest, natural sharing, o responsibility, and concern over Some protect does nine , to enrich our lives. )H(fin(j to a club or organization gives us an added share in common with others. f AJe are no longer on the sideli lines ? participating ticipaiina. Jhere are many organizations and clubs eil rJlineoln to widen if our horizon. —65— future Jeaclierd Association FUTURE TEACHERS — Row three: Mrs. Hildreth, Susan Slorah, Cmnie Michelson, Diana McDonough, Carolyn Hall, Gail Pederson, Nanette Edmund. Row two: Jeanne Watson, Kris Kilgore, Tuni Fmtanini, Sue Way, Linda Johnston, Kathy Brown, Kay Tucker. Row one: Sue Pollard, Sue Gooding, Diane Simas, Jackie McConkey, Elsie Fenner. MRS. HILDRETH and MRS. CLEARY, Advisors Members of the F.T.A. explore the profession of teaching, and the requirements needed for a career in teaching. Those who wish to pursue a nursing career find many answers to their questions in Health Careers Club. J eadlt Careers d(ub HEALTH CAREERS CLUB — First row, left to right: Margaret Bird, Carolyn Hall, Anne Graham, Judy Lewis. Second row, left to right: Kathleen Craighton, Carol Taber, Mrs. Cleary. Pam Rundberg, Jean Jaquinta. FRENCH CLUB — Front row, left to right: Charlotte Rupp, Jamie Pennoek, Pat Dilley, Jim Worthington, Judy Yenzer. Sandra KM is. Patricia Moore. Mrs. Bevington. Second row, left to right: Mary Anne Whaley, Cheryl Surber, Shareen Owens, Marilyn Evans, Mitzi Calvert, Linda LaBarr, Claudia Bragg, Sue Blessing. Third row, left to right: Darla Dunham, Sue Way, Jane Barshell, Deborah Cole. Regina Hyland, Brenda Simonson, Connie Hampshire, Nancy Barth )lomew, Connie Michelson. Jrencli Ind dCattn C fubs MRS. BEVINGTON and MISS KIRKHOFF, Advisors Members of the French club delve a bit deeper into the background of the lan- guage and the people. Students of Latin, the language of ancient Latium and of Rome, have many lively meetings including a Roman feast with entertainment consisting of Roman games and songs. LATIN CLUB — Front row, left to right: Jim Santage, Pam Rundberg, Cliff Hildenbrand, Tom Hall, Tom Conrey, Bob Haines, Conrad Zimmerman, Kathy Craifirhton, Chris Courtney, Linda Feagins, Jean Jaquinta, Cheryl Crawford, Dorothy Jobe, Susan Knauer, June Striffler, Sandy Geyer. Second row, left to right: Susan King, Mary Baird, Judy Yenzer, Judy Lewis, Jane Trickey, Linda Scott, Ann Tillinghast, Carol Taber, Terry Thomas, Margie Reeves, Helen Randall, Gloria Gray, Sandy Shepherd, Linda Hartley, Sue Vermie. Third row, left to right: Mary Whipple, Colette Hoover, Myrna Peterson, Marna Peterson, Ginny Terrell, Vonda Mortimore, Vicki Winters, Mike Lamson, Candy Phillips, Sue Way, Susan Harbert, Beryle Anderson, Margaret Bird, Pam Jeffries, Carol Roth. Fourth row, left to right: Ron Fuller, Doug Miller, Pete Goodwin, Steve Blessing, Kent Wagner, Milva McCaw, Steve White, Nancy Peterson, Sandy West, Jim Noland, Dennis Brightwell, Bob Worthington, Allan Essman, Don Whitmarsh, Jean LaRoque, Bruce Walker. —67— DORIAN ART CLUB — Front row, left to right: Eloise Gillaspy, Pam Rundberg, Jim Spitznagel, Mr. Allen, Judy Auestad, Janice Dennis. Peggy Coram, Margo Kunkel. Second row: Linda Brown, Susan King, Judy Lewis, Diane McDonough, Kathy Lee, Diane Simas, Amy Ackerlund, Linda Minard, Jane Ash, Diane Rogers, Jeanne Groth. Third row: Glenda Foust, Carol Lee, Dennis Chadwick, Reggie Hubbartt, Dick Henry, Dwain Baker, Craig Bales, Paul Petty, Terry Wilson. Fourth row: Carol Garlock, Janet Price, Steve Ash, Terry Simmons, Jim Volkamer, Roger Sayers, Reese McNulty, John Foreman, Don Durham, Jim Stanley, Bill Mills. Not pictured: Horace Hendricks. u55ictn MR. ALLEN and MISS KIRKHOFF, Advisors Art students broaden their artistic horizon in the Dorian Art Club. Students of Russian stnd the social customs of the Russian people, learn their songs, dances, and how to prepare Russian food. II RUSSIAN CLUB — Front row, left to right: Linda Feagins, Sue Fazio, Steve Erickson, Fred Eggers, Gordon Bowman, C arol Lee Kathie Hill. Second row, left to right: Marcii Sneller, Nancy Damerville, Judy Lewis, Susan King, Mar- garet Bird, Linda Brightwell, Vicki Gertsen, Dave Nelson, Dale Hanson. Third row, left to right: Victor Jackovich, Doug Saylor, Melvin Crippen, Clifton Young, Beryl Anders n, Andrea Moore, Elsie Fenner, Jim Noland. Fourth row, left to right: Mike Williams, Jim Spitznagel, Mike Grubb, Dave Goodlaxon, Dennis Chadwick, Roger Sayers, Mike Redfield, Terry Simmons, Bob Porter, Doug Evans. —68— cjCincofn J Socia( J epreSentatL lives Miss Anderson and Miss Ealy, Advisors GIRLS ' CLUB — Front row, left to right : Jean Jaquinta, Sue Bogatto, Sally Rife, Rosi Ellis, Carol Chidester, Sheryl Sil- cott, Barbara Dickes, Judy Lewis, Helen Hall, Jane Anderson, Suzette Stephens. Second row, left to right: Miss Ealy, Terri Pennock, Barbara Ford, Diane Simas, Marilyn Martin, Deanna Moffitt, Nancy Tarr, Glenda Ackerlund, Cathy Aiello, Margaret Bird, Judy Lewis. Back row, left to right: Miss Anderson, Mary Nigro, Linda Carroll, Pat Flatt, Vanita Crees, Candy Phillips, Kay Rhodes, Linda Hartley, Penny Larson, Dinny Barshell, Linda Ruby, Marilyn Sittler, Sue Way. They have dancing. The Girls ' Club plans many varied activities every year, parties, and get acquainted affairs for all students. The Camera Club is only a few years old and is growing every year, students interested in photography and the developing of pictures. It is for Mr. Ewers, Advisor CAMERA CLUB — Front row, left to right: Pat Dilley, Candy Phillips. Jeanette Mason, Ginger Smith, Terry Thomas. Second row, left to right : RuPPi Candy Fagen, Jane Cannon, Karen Faust, Larry Bell, Daryl Rupp. Glenn Surber, Keith Oveson, Brad Daveni ort, Pete Goodwin, Mr. Ewers. Ann Stephen, Pat Ford. Linda Feagins, Charlotte Third row, left to right: —69— 1 7] any jCoueS Of bobie Cjilhs Directed by Harry Waller Drama Instructor CAST OF CHARA( TERS Dobie Gillis Ron Abernathy Bonnie Willet Suzette Stephens Helen Dixon Linda Mattson Miss Forcpaugh Judy Hillyard Petey Bellows Dick James Mr. Pipgrass Jean LeRogue Craig Wallace Imogene Klugenfelter Shirley Andre Frannie Karen Dulaney Sally Jean Thomas Lola Linda Carroll Polly Maria Colacino Betty Darla Dunham Mrs. Dixon Beverly Atkinson Mr. Dixon Dennis Chadwick Mr. Harrington Doug Evans Happy Stella Kowalski Karen Slater Majeska Virginia Gilbert Rutka Karen Slater Happy Stella Kowalski Pat Dilley Sletka Charleen Collins Dombra Pat Dilley Simpka Janet Ford Miss Neuman Mary Ann Whaley Limbo Lamb kathie Hill Girl Student Pat Kellogg Adele Sue Bogatto Mr. Gillis Jerry Wales Bill Eric Young Maudie Virginia Terrell Pansy Jamie Pennick Extras _ Dan Floss Karen Kirschbaum Brenda Simonson Gloria Richardson Cindy O ' Connor Judy Lewis Linda Dale Produced by Special Arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Chicago, Illinois. Donna Rose, Student Director —71 — Act One SYNOPSIS OF SCENES The common room at Salmon P. Chase High School in St. Paul, Minnesota. Shortly before 11:00 on a Friday morn- ing in early October. Act Two Scene One: Scene Two: Scene Three: Late the following Monday morning- The following evening aft- er the conclusion of the Jimmy Wingate Jamboree, just outside the star dress- ing room in the Armory. About 4:00 on the Wednes- day afternoon preceding the ECHO Homscoming Dance. Intermission Act Three It is about an hour before the opening of the ECHO Homecoming Dance. 1963 Seniors appearing and associated with this play Ron Abernathy Dennis Chadwick Jerry Wales t John Knolke Sue Campbell Doug Evans Donna Rose Craig Wallace Dick James Karen Slater Doug Simmons PLAY SCENE, left to right: Jamie Pennock, Karen Dulaney, Linda Mattson, Jean Thomas, Dick James, Virginia Terrell, Judy Auestad, Linda Carroll, Maria Colacino, Suzette Steph- ens, Ron Abernathy. PLAY SCENE — Left to right : Eric Young, Gene LaRoque, Mary Ann Whaley, and Shirley Andre. m usic arts tliis is perliapS tlie most pleasing and nniverSa L fclufllm and melodies will always lye a part of oar lives. lJou do not have to L a member of tlte land to respond to music. e Lave manif musical (jronpS at dCincoln and tleif entertain at assemblies and various junctions throughout tie citif. iJliei} perform will (jreat slid and lave IroiHjlt many lionors to tie Sclooi. —75— cJlincoln J ic li School d3and Mr. Bill Henderson, Director Mr. Henderson W P Mi ■■■■■ LINCOLN HIGH BAND — First row, left to right: Gloria Gray, Jerry Kothenbeutel, Susan Garland, Mama Peterson, Myrna Peterson, Beryl Anderson, Helen Randall, June Striffler. Second row, left to right: Nancy Ury, Bevra Worthington, Judi Cox, Victor Jackovich, Mary Whipple, Sandra Meier, Fred Eggers, Nancy Bartholomew. Third row, left to right: Dennis Shepherd, Diane Pitts, Joyce Brightwell, Simon Casady, Pat Gal- loway, Floydean Rhoades, Bob Haines. Fourth row, left to right: David Conn, Irving Canfield, John Horbor, Sandra Geyer, Dennis Brightwell, Mike Sullivan, Terry Burke, Dan Millis. Standing, left to right: Vanita Crees, Jackie McConkey, Steve Spellman, Albert Meek, Bob Phillips, Chuck Miller, Greg Spellman, Joe O ' Connor, Steve Harlan, Jim Beckett, Dave Goodlaxon, Mike Miller. —76— MA S % jA jgrj mc M ' jpf ' «a. " JJk ■ 4 - LINCOLN BAND— First row, left to right: Linda Scott, Sandra West, Pete Goodwin, John Green, Gordon Bowman, Cheryl Crawford, Jean LaRoque. Second row, left to right: Sandy Cebuhar, Sam Sanders, Bob Griffith, Tom Biddle, Judy Temby, Ray Woodmansee, Jim Spitznagle. Third row, left to right: David Chamberlain, Judy Zibert, Jim Rhodes, Mary Hammer, Patty Evans, Marilyn Zeliadt. Fourth row. left to right: Bob Holton, Dave Kendrick, John Sirrani, Richard Townsend, Hal Hockensmith, Larry McC nnell, Dave Alexander. Fifth row, left to r ight: Dan Summy Ron Anderson, Dean Thomas. Standing, left to right: Drum Major, Dennis Chadwick, Nancy Peterson, Beverly Atkinson, Colette Hoover, Sue Harbert, Doreen Davis. —77— SENIOR CHOIR — First row, left to right S Mr. Whaley, Kathy Mill, Barbara Dickes, Carol Taber, Carmen Vega, April Peer, Sue Fazio, Mary Nigro, Pat Falbo, Sandy Geyer. Second row, left to right: Cynthia McConnell, Carol Alber, Linda Gregory, Sandy Clark, Larry Holmes, Craig Comiskey, LeRoy Raymond, Charles McKay, Kent Wagner. Third row, left to right: Judy Hillyard, Suzanne Summy, Nancy Tarn, Kay Browning, Colleen Beck, Laddie Jobe, Jim Noland, Jim Guile, Ed Burt. Fourth left to right: Susan King, Vonda Mortimore, Dinny Barshell, Larry Bell, Bob Morlan, Bill Woods, Phil Huglin, Barton row. Figg. Mike Crivaro. Fifth .. Ramsey, Bob Chiono, Carey Pheli kill.-. ' ' !.■!. i .. i i i i i i i ■ i . , Motility ii. i i - i. i ii, i,.ii i ncii, uuu mwiiaii, uni vtwwub, x nil nuKHII, nai lull row, left to right: Janet McRoberts, Judy Denned, Marna Petersen, Connie Wells, Jim Boston, Don Gary Winter, Ken McNally, Tom Carlstrom, Jim VeiHuel. JOHN C. WHALEY Vocal Music Director PREP CHOIR — Back row left to right: Cheryl Fontanini, Linda Brightwell, Susan Brightwell. Billie McKowen, Pat Hall, Doris Jones, Pat Dilley. Third row left to right: Kay Browning, Cheryl Cook, Ginger Leo, Debbie Kellen, Linda Minard, Jim Ogden, George Skalicky. Second row left to right: Marilyn Jones, Marcia Clark, Cathy Wood, Vicki Gertsen, Tom Wood, Dennis Kellogg. First row left to right: Miss Anderson, Diana Lint, Charleen Collins. Dorothy Jobe, Jane Cannon, Bill Christian, Tom Conrey, Roger Rice. —80— SENIOR CHOIR — First row left to right: Cheryl Dick, Margie Zelsdorf, Jan Wheeler, Kathleen Craighton, Mary Anne Whaley. Maxine Lucia, Beryl Anderson, Colette Hoover, Miss Anderson. Second row left to right: Steve Erickson, Joe Haines, Bill Clark, Terry Abernathy, Suzette Stephens, Jane Cook, Carol Lee, Sheryl Silcott, Amy Ackerlund, Sharilyn Wagner. Third row, left to right: Tom Simon, Doug Marshall, Larry Van Scoyk, Toni Fontanini, Jane Tricky, Pat Devlin, Hope Feyen, Diane Fry- man, Nanette Edmund. Fourth row left to right: Dave Goodlaxon Larry Williams, Dick James, Virginia Terrill, Cathy Aiello. Judy Horner, Ann Stephen, Sally Ackers, Judy Kothenbeutel, Marcia Logan, Linda Mattson. Fifth row left to right: Doug Cowie, Ray Brown, Jim Jones, Doug Simmons, Richard Campbell, Kay I hodes, Melva McCaw, Pat Dilley, Nancy Chase, Debbie Alber, Peggy Copic. PREP CHOIR — Back row left to right: Kathy Morrill, Linda Dale, Maiy Anne McClain, Maria Murray, Janet Ford, Jean Thomas, Suzette Stevens, Roma Dale, Betty Anderson, Jill Leopold. Third row left to right: Gary Ullrich, Lawrence Dickes, Irene Fred- rickson, Patty Bunch, Vicki Noah, Judi Cox, Joyce Gray, Clara Vaughn, Vicki McCabe, Wilma Roustio, Becky Gowdey. Second row left to right: Dan Foss, Don Fidler, Craig Bales, Linda Brown, Janis Dennis, Ginger Smith, Diane Brierly, Shirley Hogue, Cindy O ' Connor. First row left to right: Rollin Pieart, Larry Yates, Craig Raymond, Colleen Collins, Patty Akers, Bevra Worthington, Jackie Pieart, Karen Hadlock, Linda Jaquinta, Mr. Whaley. —81 — UK I GLEE CLl : B — Row four, left to right: Donna Bexell, Linda Dale, Dixie McCoy, Carolyn Plemone, Maline Thompson, Betty Holder. Sharon Pedersen, Leota Gilbert, Peggy Copic. Row three: Dixie Parsons, Coleen Conrey, Joyce Kepple, Karen Slater, Karol H s worth. Marcia Henry, Linda Johnston, Janet Grange, Karen Evans. Row two: Kathy Anderson, Lynnea Smith, Mary Schoon- over, Lois Gray, Beverly Dyer, Cynthia McConnell, Candy Fagen, Linda Arnold, Sally Kufner. Row one: Mr. Whaley, Linda Howard, Judy Cook, Jane Rarshell, Connie Moore, Mary Hammer, Sandra Myers, Madeline Meier, Chriss Courtney. MADRIGAL — First row, left to right: Sandy Geyer, Leslie Norman, Milva McCaw, Colette Hoover, Mary Ann Whaley, Sally Rife. Second row, left to right: Pat Falbo, Anne Gra- ham, Dinny Barshell, Judy Hillyard, Judy Kothenbeutel, Beryl Anderson. Third row, left to right: Jim Noland, Dick James, Richard Campbell, Gary Winter, Dave Goodlaxon. Allen Essman, Larry Van Scoyk. GIRLS GLEE CLUB — Row four, left to right: Sally Akers, Linda Greenleaf, Cindy Boyd, Peggy Floden, Laura Ancell, Maria Murray, Kathy Morrill, Sharon Batterton, Linda Ruby, Pat Dilley, Judy Hillyard. Row three: Vicki McCabe, Suzette Stephens, Wilma Roustio, Ginger Smith, Irene Fredrickson, Betty Andersen, Linda Brown, Patti Bunch, Delores Passick, Mary Ann McClain. Row two: Colleen Collins, Carol Chidester, Margie Peeves, Dorothy Copic, Cheryle Surber, Roma Dale, Sandra Ellis, Jill Leopold, Barbara Larick. Row one: Cindy O ' Connor, Patty Akers, Patty Dodge, Beverly Cox, Janet Fritz, Karen Hadlock, Vicki Winter, Joyce Gray, Miss Anderson. BOYS GLEE CLUB, Third row: Jim Ver Huel, Jim Boston, Don Ramsey, Bob Chiono, Doug Cowie, Tom Carlstrom, Gary Winter, Doug Simmons, Jim Jones, Glenn Surber, Richard Campbell. Second row: Ed Burt, Mike Crivaro, Tim Wilson, Ken McNally, Larry Holmes, Larry Van Scoyk, Dick James, Larry Williams, Bill Clark. Larry Bell. First row : David Brebner, John Rice, Jerry Corbett, Clarence Hauf, Richard Angove, Kent Wagner, Dave Remele, Steve Eriekson, Larry Whitford, Terry Abemathy, Jim Lightner, Judy Hillvaxl. SIXTEENS — Left to ii?tn: Mary Ann Whaley, Anne Gra- ham, Toni Fontanini, Judy Hillyard, Kay Browning, C o le 1 1 e Hoover, Sally Rife. ourna iidm e process of mahiny a Semi-annual is a Lit stayycrinij to I lie staff at tlte be- ef inn in y of tlie year. 4t first we Lave man ij ideas, plans, and SuyyestionS com- bined with pep and enthusiasm. ls the year wears on we find out there are hun- dreds oj details to he worked out; pictures to he tahen, boobs and ads to be Sold y layouts to be considered, written material to be inserted, correct identification of pic- tures, to mention only a feu . T)l e staff of the une 1963 Semi-an- nual hope they liaue Succeeded in giving you a brief picture of the year 1962-63 at cJ ncoln Jdiyh. —85— SANDY GEYER KAY RHODES PAT FORD PAT DEVLIN JOY HORBER Co-Editor Co-Editor Makeup Features Features CATHY ANDERSON CONNIE MARTIN DOUG SIMMONS CHERYLE CRANDALL GLENDA ACKERLUND Columnist Columnist Sports Circulation Circulation Newspaper Staff Meeting Mr. Henry Sanders, advisor, pointing out page makeup principle. PAM CREMEENS JUDY HORNER KAREN MYERLY CAROL CONRATH DONNA ROSE Student Section Student Section Student Life Student Life Student Life —89— Sports Sportsman is one wl wlio is j air and is, a aood loser and a yracefitf winner. lAJe Lave man if Sportsmen at oCincoin and it applies atso to those wlio wall cli the teams in action. er one Jltis year lias been a record breah J or tjCincoln lii(jli sports. lf]ot just sincjie Sport, but all our teams bave ere able records and deserve our praise and appreciation. — 91 — Fred Allen— E John Barakat— FB Bill Allen— E Rod Courtney— C Dave Damstrom— QB Captain Captain Doc Reppert— HB Bill McCutchen— HB Gary Winter— E Doug Barakat— HB VARSITY FOOTBALL — First row, left to right: Ken McNally, Chuck Jordan, Clark Wallace, Mike Flaherty, Dick Bason, Doc Reppert, Don Carey, Dick James, Bill McCutchen, Douk Barakat, Doug Stewart, Nick Scavo, Steve Erickson, Jim Duede, Fred Allen. Second row, left to right: Chuck Roland, Dick Roland, Bill Allen, Don Berry, Mark Wallace, Ken Robinson, Mike Williams, Ed Bartolomei, Mike Dunham, Doug Cowie, Steve Tamasi, Dave Cherry, Rod Courtney, Gary Kesselring, Tom Candler, Mike Stump. Third row, left to right: Dennis Houghtaling, Gary Winters, Ken Berry. Lloyd Burt, Bill Hippee, Doug Simmons, Bruce Walker, Clayle McCaw, Ken Zika, John Barakat, Edward Newman, Terry Hampshire, Richard Boston. —92— Mark Wallace— G Ken Zika — G Dick Bason— G Dave Cherry— HB Chuck Roland— QB Jim Duede— E Mike Dunham— T Steve Tamasi— T Clark Wallace— T VARSITY RECORD Lincoln 32 Marshalltown 20 Lincoln 14 East 0 Lincoln 7 Dowling 0 Lincoln 24 Roosevelt 0 Lincoln 19 Oskaloosa 0 Lincoln 7 Grinnell 7 Lincoln 26 North 0 Lincoln 6 Tech 19 Backfield coach Eldon Peterson —93— earn Wtsi learn Chuck Roland Jim Duede Mark Wallace Bill McCutchen Second learn Fred Allen Clark Wallace Ken Zika John Barakat Honorable Mention Doug Barakat Mike Dunham Rod Courtney earn CHUCK ROLAND All-State Second Team Quarterback —94— The Railsplitters close in on ball carrier. —95 — mm ld SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL— First row, left to right : Bob Morlan, Jim Stanley, Don Stites, Terry Wollesen, Bob Phillips, Steve Cave, Ait Nizzi, Dave Cross, Dennis Johnson, Steve Conner, Gary Munyon, Steve Mortimore. Second row, left to right: Greg Kent, Elmer Sites, Larry Brehm, Dennis Garland, Doug Marshall, Roger Jones, Steve Brodie, Bob Clark, Rich Ridenour, Horace Hendricks, Mike Jordan, Lariy Van Scoyk, Tom Inhofe. Coach DeMouth. Third row, left to right: Coach Kent, Gary Cummings, Gary Jennings, Darrell Kittorman, Bill Wood, Tom Calkins, Scott McDaniel, Ken Trent, Dennis Croll, Roger Winter, Dennis Baayen, Ron Ballard, Tom Simon. Fourth row, left to right: Phil Noah, George Shalicky, Don South, Todd Textor, Mike Totten, Roger Salt, Gary Gillam, Jim Boston, Mike Scai cello, Mike Ferguson, Bart Figg, Guy DeFrancisco, Jim Conrath. Sopltomore ootLa(( Je earn SOPHOMORE RECORD Lincoln 13 Lincoln 12 Lincoln 13 Lincoln 0 Lincoln 12 Lincoln 26 Lincoln 6 Urbandale (Res.) 6 East Dowling Ames (J.V.) Roosevelt Tech North 42 6 20 27 6 13 COACH DeMOUTH COACH KENT — 96— BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF AND TENNIS — First row, left t right: Dennis Chadwick, Jeff Revier, Connie Wells, Sandy Geyer, Linda Gregory, Marcia Logan, Judy Kothenbeutel, Christy Mickesh, Craig Wallace, Bob Worthington. Second row, left to right: Eddie Koons, Bob Dow, Ray Woodmansee, Al Robson, Richard Campbell, Keith Oveson, Craig Davis, Dirk Beavers, Diane McDonough, Coach Stone. Not pictured: Coach Ceynar. BOYS AND GIRLS PALL GOLF The girls fall golf team placed second and the boys team placed third in city competition. FALL TRACK RECORD Lincoln ' s Cross Country team had a dual meet record of 2-4, defeating East and Grinnell, and losing to Mar- shalltown, Newton, Tech and North. They also placed seventh in the State Mile meet, sixth in the Augustine Invitational, tied for third in the City meet, and fifth in the State Cross Country meet. FALL TENNIS The boys team placed fourth, and the girls team tied for fourth place in the fall city tournament. RON COOLEY Forward NORM SINGLETON Forward PHIL ZAHN Forward VARSITY RECORD CITY FINAL STANDINGS Conference All Games w L W L Roosevelt .„_ 6 2 13 5 Lincoln... ... 5 3 11 5 East 4 4 6 12 North 3 5 7 10 Tech 2 6 8 10 Lincoln 43 Saydel 42 Lincoln 47 Dowlinp; 31 Lincoln 39 Nevada 60 Lincoln 55 Roosevelt 48 Lincoln 50 Tech 46 Lincoln 36 East 44 Lincoln 62 Tech 54 Lincoln 65 North 49 Lincoln 52 Roosevelt 59 Lincoln 57 Chariton 52 Lincoln 42 Dowlinp: 25 Lincoln 47 East 33 Lincoln 57 Valley 43 Lincoln 55 North 52 Lincoln 34 Newton 58 Lincoln 45 Dowling 33 Lincoln 38 Roosevelt 71 VARSITY BASKETBALL — Front row, left to right: Paul LeVang manager, John Ogden, Dave Dam- strom, Phil Zahn, Bill McCutchen, Jim Duede, Gary Kesselring, Harold Briffhtmmn, manager. Back row: Coach Ollrich, Chuck Roland, Ron Cooley, Doug Simmons, Bill Hipi ee, Doug Rafdal, Bruce Walker, Norm Singleton, Jeff Revier, Coach De- Mouth. SOPHOMORE RECORD Coach BERRY YOUNT Lincoln 42 Lincoln 49 Lincoln 32 Lincoln 25 Lincoln 56 Lincoln 64 Lincoln 33 Lincoln 48 Lincoln 31 Lincoln 36 Lincoln 42 Lincoln 38 Lincoln 42 Lincoln 57 Lincoln 62 Saydel Dowling Roosevelt Oskaloosa Tech East Tech North Roosevelt Chariton Dowling East Valley Newton North 38 48 50 49 44 42 41 35 57 46 67 30 48 41 42 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL — Front row, left to right :Les Statler, Bob Morlan, Tom Simon, Tom Murphy, Tom Inhofe, Rich Ridnour, Mike Jordon. Back row: Ace Hendricks, Bart Figg, Gary Gillam, Bob Baum, Jim Conrath, Todd Textor, Steve Cox, Coach Yount. — 101 — — 102— DICK BASON 145 Lbs. CHARLIE BECKER 103 Lbs. JIM LIGHTNER 95 Lbs. JOHN McNULTY 145 Lbs. ' WRESTLING RECORD Lincoln 26 Tech 22 Lincoln 21 Roosevelt 24 Lincoln 10 Newton 39 Lincoln 36 North 13 Lincoln 1 1 Chariton 25 Lincoln 30 Ankeny 13 Lincoln 11 East 25 Lincoln 22 Roosevelt 22 Lincoln 32 North 12 Lincoln 23 East 14 Lincoln 21 Grinnell 19 Second in City Round Robin Eleventh i n State Tournament SAID o State Champion, 13S lbs., Dave Cherry City Champion, 112 lbs., Denny Xarland City Champion, 145 lbs., Reese McNulty Coach G. BLENDERMAN BILL VERMIE 127 Lbs. RUSSELL ASKLAND 95 Lbs. WRESTLING— First row, left to right: Larry Whitford, Chuck Jordan, Dennis Narland, Charlie Becker, Jim Lightner, Russell Oakland, Carl Bradshaw, Dan Law, Tim Meline, Jim Rasmussen. Second row, left to right: Don McConkey, Mike Norman, Greg Opedahl, Bob Bason, Reese McNulty. Dave Cherry, John McNulty, Denny Bridal, Bill Vermie, Doyle Reynolds, Rick Norden- son. Third row, left to right: Dennis Carrol, Herb Clark, Doug Cowie, Doug Barakat, Mike Dunham. Dick Bason, John Barakat. Norman Wilson, John Trent, Craig Comisky. Fourth row, left to right: Larry Bass, Bob Mackey, Bill Burt, Mike Totten, Ken Robinson, Dick Boston, Ken Berry, Rod Courtney, Doug Saylor, R »n Anderson, Tom Kline, Tom Candlt r. —103— 1962-63 Coach LORIN GRAAFF Second Place in City Fourth Place in District Seventh Place in State Brian Percival— State, first, 200 free; third, 400 free District, first, 200 free; first, 400 free City, first, 200 free; first, 400 free Steve Williams— State, fourth, 100 free; District, third, 100 free City, second, 100 free Don Berry— State, fifth, breast stroke; District, second, breast stroke: City, second, breast stroke SWIMMING TEAM — First row, left to right : Dick Henry, Mike Redfield, Ed Bartalomei, Bob Clark Joe Haines Terry Abernathy, Denny Johnson, Fred Esrgrers. Second row, left to right : Lyle Spilman, Al Robson, Craig Davis, Steve Fitz- smons Ray Calkins, Clark Wallace, Steve Erickson, Bob Williams. Third row, left to right: Bob Worthington, Laddy Jobe, Dick Toon, Phil Carroll, Lafe Hill, Brian Percival, Steve Williams, Mark Wallace, Don Berry Terry Selby SWIM Lincoln 68 Lincoln 74 Lincoln 38 Lincoln 60 Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln 39 Lincoln 55 Lincoln 59 Lincoln 32 Lincoln 63 61 63 Lincoln 28 Lincoln 61 Lincoln 16 MING RECORD North 27 Tech 21 Ft. Dodge 57 Boone 35 East 34 Marshalltown 31 Roosevelt 56 Tech 40 East 36 Roosevelt 63 City Meet Second Place District Fourth Place North 34 State Seventh Place Assistant Coach HERBERT RAMP — 105— — 107— TRAC K— First row, left to riir ht : Bramen, Montgomery Courtney Houghtaling, Holmes Sol t Winter, WBUBOOI, J, Har- akat Cherry. Bass, M. Wallace, Kesselring. Second row, left to right: Enckson, McCutchen Ogden, C. Wallace D. Bar- akat Connors, D. Berry, R. Boston. Candler. Corbett. Keefer. Walker. Third row. left to right : Vermie Roland. Woods, Bmdie. Cowie, Robinson, Hillback. Noland, Brightwell, Ketterman, Baum. Fourth row left to right: . Moline Fenruiion. Clark. Conrath. Post, Trent. Reichenbacker. Cline. Caukins. Agers. Andrews. Borg. Fifth row. left to right: Kent. Noah. K. Berry, Boston, South, Ramon, Brown, Tune, McCammon, Oppedal, Berry, and Whitmarsh. I Jrach - (J3ou5 9 and Cjirid 9 Jennis Coaches Berry and Stone Dos BERRY City Pole Vault Champion BOYS AND GIRLS TENNIS— Back row. left to right: Janet McRoberts, Mike Cron Linda Ruby Jerene Myeily, " n L Dinny Barshell, Judy Cook, Nancy Bartholomew, Susan King. Le lie Norman Diana McDonough. Front row left to right . Gene Le ue Keith Ov Jon, Peier Goodwin. David Goodlaxon, Craig Davis. Allen Essman. Dick Beavers, David Law. Rick Nordenson, Bob Dow. Dennis Johnson, Ray Woodmansee. Not pictured: Karen Myerly. — 108— BOYS AND GIRLS GOLF — Back row, left to right : Jean Devin, Marsha Sneller, Judy Kothenbeutel, Connie Wells, Jane Anderson, Barb Ford, Carolyn Hall, Margie Reeves, Sandy Gever, Marsha Fagan, Cathy Hill, Chris Mickesh, Linda Gregory. Front row, left to right: Gary Gioffredi, Todd Textor, Bruce Croll, Terry Abernathy, Frank Fazio, Bob Runge, Jeff Revier, Paul Ruby, Tom Inhofe, Tom Murphy, Craig Wallace. f£f,r r error, CI M 1 MERMAIDS — First right : eryl Fontanini, Toni Fletcher, Marnee Irish, Judi Kothenbeulal, . Laura Lair, Debbie Kellen, Margie Reeves, Carolyn Hall. Back row, left to right: Charlene Hatch, Kathi Hill, Su Vickie Gertsen, Helen Randell, Judy Lewis, Suzanne Robinson, Ginger Leo, Marcia Clark, Linda Mincks, Debt Tillinghast, e Neuwerth, Alber. LLTTEKMEN CLUB — Front row, left to right: F. Allen, B. Allen. Duede, James Simmons, H. Clark, Dunham, M. Williams, Zahn, Carey, Cherry, Scavo. Second row: Bartolomei, Reppert, Wallace, Candler, Jones, Bason, Whitmarsh, Kesselring, Suibaugh, Narland, S. Williams. Third row: B. Williams, Berry, K. Oveson, Ruby, Griglione, Hippee, D. Baiakat, Ogden, B. Montgomery, Damstn.m. Fourth row: Roland, Toon, J. Barakat, Renzo, Houghtaling, Holmes, McCaw, Wallace, N. Wilson, P. Levang. — 109— — 110— J omecomln a 5a d and happy time J or many graduates, reunion brings bach memories, and that mahes amj changed wrought in intervening ifears Seem monumental. £lven though a ew years have gone bg y there id still a tenuous tie that brings I lie graduate hach to the scene. in — HOMECOMING— First row. left to right: Marcia Clark, Karen My- erly. Carmen Vepra, Cathy Aiello, Pat Devlin. Second row, left to right: Jim Ogrden, Kenny Zika, John Barakat, Dinny Barshell, Fred Allen, Jim Duede. dS s X Hope Feyen ' Diane Fryman ' Dinny BmheU - Pat Deviin - ja - Drill Team FLAG TWIRLERS, left to rijrht : Rosalie Catrone, Su- zette Stevens, April Peer, Vonda Mortimore, Marsha Logan, Linda Sutherland, Maxine Lucia. I Dennis Chadwick dis- I plays a salt block model I of Khrushchev ' s head I which he has molded as I a project for Russian I C iadd J ia li iiqli j MISS KIRKHOFF, Advisor Lincoln is the only high school in the state of Iowa offering a class in Russian. The popularity of the course has increased and the opportunities in this field are enormous. Russian club members were delighted with the Russian food served at their Christmas party. — 116— — 1 17— THIS IS A LUMNUS ALUMNUS is what you are when you are graduated from High School. These past ears spent in exploring and developing your special talents have reached an im- portant plateau. Capital City Bank con- gratulates you on past achievements and wishes you success in future endeavors. What ' s next? College? A job? Whatever your future, Capital City Bank would like to help you overcome any financial prob- lem that might stand in the way of your plans. Come join our ever-growing list of young customers. A good banking relation- ship with this FULL SERVICE bank will be a prized possession years to come. We ' re looking forward to meeting you . . . CAPITAL CITY BANK The Bank With The Personal Touch EAST FIFTH AND LOCUST Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation — 122— REEDS ICE CREAM SHOP MALTS SUNDAES FRENCH FRIES SANDWICHES ORDERS TO GO CH 3-9553 S. W. 9th Loom is TRIANGLE DRUG S. E. 14th and Indianola CH 3-4131 PARK AVENUE DRUG S. W. 9th and Park Ave. CH 4-8166 + + — „„ — m — ■ — ■■■ ■ i m — . mi m , . — A Bed Whit e5 to the 63 CREMEENS-MURRAY ADVERTISING, INC. 4021 Fleur Drive + Des Moines .,_-_.,_„ — „__ — —123— — • — — CONGRATULATIONS DES MOINES AUTO BODY REPAIR FROM BODY FENDER REPAIRING REFINISHING " We Do Our Best CH 3-7951 3920 S. W. 9th + ■ i I i ! - tioni C ongratuiatio une 963 Cjraduatei From NOAH ' S CLEANERS DRY CLEANERS — TAILORING DYEING Free Pickup and Delivery DWIGHT NOAH, Prop. The Best Buy In Cleaning Is Quality S. W. 9th Leland 285-1261 DES MOINES. IOWA + - Stevens Food Market 2 East Army Post Road •—• — ■ • — ■ ■ ■ ' • — + Start Learning to Fly Now DES MOINES FLYING SERVICE HOWARD V. GREGORY, Manager Prepare for the Future 285-4221 PIPER DISTRIBUTOR FOR IOWA NEBRASKA — 124- WHITAKER PHARMACY Ulie prescription Store + + i i i ! i i i ! ! 1 l I ! i I i i i i i i i i i i ( onyralufations tine 1 963 CjraduaL FROM GRUBB WASHER 1 1 03 Army Post Rd. Phone 285-21 21 • • • FREE DELIVERY ! Sales Service In HOME APPLIANCES — TELEVISION FURNITURE 3310 S. W. 9th Street Ph. CH 3-0526 Where You Always Get The Best Buy ! - •f — — — — — — — — _ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ _ + Mc Donalds SPEEDEE DRIVE-INS HOME OF THE 15c HAMBURGERS 2540 Hubbell Ave. 4814 S. . 9th 1446 Hast 14th + —125— i i i i +— • — AIRPORT BARBER SHOP We Specialize On All Types of Modern Hair Styles Open 8 a.m. — 6 p.m. Every Day Except Monday BARBERS N. Bernal Felix Garcia Expert Shoe Shine By Milton Madison + — . ■ ■ ■ — — — . PARK AVENUE SHOE AND CLOTHING SHIRTS — SLACKS — SHOES SHOE REPAIRING MEN ' S FURNISHINGS KEY WORK CLOTHES The Nation ' s Finest 3304 S. W. 9th Street Phone AT 2 0649 +- i i i ! SELLERS HARDWARE 3205 S. W. 9th Street NORTHRUP KING LAWN PRODUCTS i I I I i ORTHO PRODUCTS PHONE CH 4-T913 ! SUPER KEM TONE— KEM GLO SEIDLITZ PAINTS ! + m—m ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I I ! i + DICK ' S TEXACO SERVICE Greasing and Washing Tune-up and Brake Work S. W. 9th Rose Ph. CH 3-9444 1 — 126 — CONGRATULATIONS From PARK AVENUE CLINIC 3305 S. W. 9th Phone CH 3-7625 I — + i ! AT 3-1775 Free Decorating Services FRANK CATALDO S INC. Furniture, Carpets and Accessories 5900 S. E. 14th Des Moines, Iowa CONGRATULATIONS fylbw iA, liu 3300 Southwest 9th Street Call AT 8-6789 Des Moines, Iowa ANTHONY COMITO, Proprietor —127— 4201 CHAMBERLAIN -:- 3306 S. W. 9TH ST. Z) 6 tin d it ie Ph. AT 2-8510 Ph. BL 5-5571 ■ ■ ■» CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Credit Counselors Co. family (f3uclc et fand " 523 SIXTH AVENUE Congratulations Graduating Class PERRY MOORE D-X SERVICE Complete Brake Service WASHING— BATTERY SERVICE TIRE REPAIRING — GREASING Operator: WALTER HERMAN, JR. Phone CH 3-9991 3501 S. W. 9th St. . _ + Polka Dot Restaurant 3315 S. E. 14th Ph. AT 8-9173 a en 24 J4c ours 4 — 128— MOFFITT BUILDING MATERIAL CO. Plastering Materials Brick Masonry Materials Sand, Gravel, Limestone Roofing and Siding — Insulation 621 S. W. 7th Street PHONES Office AT 8-7259 Home CH 4-2528 - BALZERS SKELLY SERVICE Washing Greasing Tires Batteries - Accessories 2716 S. W. 9th Street — CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1963 CLASS TONINI FUNERAL HOME 2135 S. W. 9th OLINDA Phone AT 2-7311 MANDO TONINI Class of Jan. 1938 MARY TONINI Class of June 1942 — 129— — — «■ 726 WALNUT ST. PH. CH 3-4294 (13 c a u ti u I Sit oeS p. urSeS „„„,.. — ,„ — , — .., , ■„— , 4. + — i CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1963 I JUNE GRADUATES BANKERS TRUST COMPANY 6th and Locust Street Member F. D. I. C. MILLER ' S SUPER VALU STORE EVERY DAY LOW PRICES KEN AND GERALD MILLER 1300 Army Post Road Phone 285-6612 + • CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS I Franzens DX Service Where Courtesy and Service Prevails 3918 Fleur Drive AT 8-9072 DES MOINES, IOWA -130— CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS FROM TASSINS DAIRY QUEEN featuring Malts Beefburgers Sundaes Coneys Banana Splits Hot Dogs Open 11:00 A.M. To 11:00 P.M. To Serve You — + - CONGRATULATIONS FROM Colin Stout and Katheryne Stout Optometrists 3404 S.W. 9th Phone AT 2-8823 I 3138 SOUTHWEST NINTH + 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 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 OF IOWA FOUNDED IN DES MOINES IN 1867 — 131 — CONGRATULATIONS FROM South Des Moines Only Complete Suburbon Deportment Store FEATURING LATEST STYLES OF CLOTHING SHOES Also GIFTS. TOYS HOUSEWARES MARASCO ' S SHOPPING CENTER 1961 Indianola Ave. Phone AT 8-6778 I 4— + - I KOCH BROTHERS PRINTERS • STATIONERS • BOOKBINDERS OFFICE OUTFITTERS • OFFICE MACHINES GRAND AVENUE AT FOURTH DES MOINES Telephone CHerry 4-4224 (jood oLitcL SenL lord Sevastapol Cafe B B Super Market Brook ' s Hardware Sevastapol Laundrama S! 6 til £f Martforcl 1 Parr Tooling Service Tool and Dies 1001 HACKLEY AVENUE Parr Manufacturing, Inc. Metal Stampings 406 S. W. 9TH 283-01 37 Y ■ + South Des Moines • Heating • Air Conditioning • Electrical Contractors 908 Park Ave. ATlantic 8-4283 Des Moines, Iowa »{•■ IUI II " MM KB— UM—ttl, MM IN ■» — ttH — IW — ItH — M« — MM IBI INI — »M « — f» ■ 1 ■ ■ ■— ■ ■ ■ ' ■ ■ ■ 1 ■ 1 ■■ — ■ ■ ■ » LAW ' S DX BRAKE SERVICE — MOTOR TUNE-UP PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE A. A. A. SERVICE GOLD BOND STAMPS • SEAT BELTS INSTALLED I i I S. W. 9th Watrous Phone CH 3-9190 I j i — 133 — CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Elm Cafe Soups, Sandwiches, Chili 522 ELM PHONE 243-9830 i N 1 ' H • • CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Babe s ★ TONY ' S JUST WONDERFUL FOOD q D o n Section of ( eauty 417 SIXTH AVENUE ★ CH 3-0619 A O 1 A C A OiL 4314 5. W. 9th COMPLIMENTS CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS IOWA BOILER ODEA Finance WELDING CO. Company D. O. AIELLO 1117 Locust Street PHONE AT 2-41 1 1 I ■ i t DES MOINES IOWA » -134— + + Realtor Notary Public Loans Property Management Fire Insurance j Member of Multiple Listing Exchange STOUT Real Estate I 3138 S. W. 9th Street Phone CH 3-1314 +„_ . — Dan Mcllhon James Moore l i Authorized Ford Sales and Service HIGGINS FORD ' KEEPS DES MOINES ON WHEELS ' J. Warren Higgins, President 524 6th Ave. East Bus. Ph. AT 8-2271 I Fifty four hundred South West Ninth at Kenyon —135— Congratulations Seniors South Des Moines National Bank Southwest Ninth McKinley YOUR SOUTH-TOWN BANK " Member F.D.I.C. — STATE FARM »?ATI IAIM The Careful Driver ' s (and careful buyer ' s) Car Insurant State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Home Office: Bloomington, III. CALL GEORGE F. MICKESH For YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS ★ AUTO • LIFE • FIRE 4316 S. W. 9th 283-2264 | I I THE DAIRY CREED To serve and satisfy the public as completely as possible. To offer only the finest quality merchandise. To strive constantly to improve our service to our customers. To charge a fair price for the products we offer. To apply this test to everything we do. THE FLYNN DAIRY COMPANY Employee Owned and Operated DES MOINES, IOWA — 136— + J i + - + i i SUPERIOR " 400 " QUALITY GASOLINE PREMIUM MOTOR OIL COMPLIMENTS IOWA CONCRETE BLOCK MATERIALS CO. " OLDEST AND LARGEST IN CENTRAL IOWA " 820 S. W. 9th Street Des Moines GRADUATION PICTURES Andrews Studio 822 WALNUT STREET Phone CH 4-4956 DES MOINES 9, IOWA GRADUATION PORTRAITS in Natural Color 1.1 I Remember we can make wedding pictures too — 137— I -+ 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 11)62, 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. i - — HY-LINE POULTRY FARMS A Department of Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Company 1206 Mulberry Street DES MOINES 9, IOWA Hy-Line is a reg.stered trademark of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. —138— I I Congratulations Graduating Seniors S-M-B STAGE LINES Clean — Efficient Charters Everywhere 1700 E. Court Phone 262-9349 ARNOLD FLETCHER „ — , . „ + MAY WE CONGRATULATE YOU ON YOUR GRADUATION LINCOLN DEL Featuring FINE LUNCHEON MEATS and COLD BEVERAGES Open Till Midnight i i ■ i 2824 S. W. 9th AT 2-8252 +. — DRAKE UNIVERSITY i an exhilaratf 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 — 139— SID BEATTIE FORD ' s 7ke place to G O ! FOR THE 63V2 FORDS SUPER TORQUE 427 s FAST BACKS GALAXIE X-L ' s FALCON V-8 SPRINTS THUNDERBIRDS Best Deal — Best Service in DOWNTOWN WEST DES MOINES — 140— ■ — +■ — ■ DENNY BRANN DRUGS F. T. BINDER, Prop. Telephone CHerry 3-6111 | 720 Locust St. I — , Des Moines + CONGRATULATIONS JUNE GRADUATES VAN GINKEL GROCERY TOP QUALITY GROCERIES MEATS 2927 S. E. 14th CH 3-7378 + , — — Valley Bank Trust Co. WALNUT AT FOURTH Member F.D.I.C. . ■ ■ ■■ . ■ ■ ■ 1 ■ . CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS DIEST Standard Service S. E. 14TH INDIANOLA ROAD PROMPT AND FRIENDLY SERVICE Slielton ewelrif Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing SALES AND SERVICE Phone AT 2-4715 3600 S. W. 9th + FAMILY DINNERS, PARTIES SALES MEETINGS WE RENT PUNCH BOWLS, CUPS, GLASSES, CHILDREN ' S TABLES AND CHAIRS, BANQUET TABLES AND FOLDING CHAIRS, CHROME AND LEATHER FURNITURE Freeman Decorating Company FREE DELIVERY 8c PICKUP 1800 KEO WAY PH. AT 8-5705 4. — 142— + Bob Schmidt ' s Texaco B. F. GOODRICH Tires Batteries Accessories Snow Remover Tuneups Texaco Tank Wagon Service Phone AT 8-9196 2801 S. E. 14th 4.- I + - 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 GRAND VIEW COLLEGE DES MOINES, IOWA College of the Iowa Synod, Lutheran Church in America 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 16, 1963 HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS — LOW COSTS Join Your Friends At G.V.C. — _ — . „ u 4 — 143— Fashion Eyewear -:- Examinations Contact Lenses IN BEAVERDALE: 2639 Beaver — Des Moines 10, Iowa VISION SPECIALIST FOR APPOINTMENT: Office 277-4474 — Res.:279-4277 i . „ „_,„ + „ THE G L CLOTHING and SHOES MEYER and HARRY 205 West Seventh Dial CH 3-7431 Des Moines, Iowa Lemmo ' s Grill FINE FOODS 3211 Indianola Road DES MOINES, IOWA 4. Bowlerama ■ ■ «i GOOD LUCK SENIORS FROM Bowlerama S. E. 14 - 1313 S. E. DIEHL 285-281 1 + +■ — 144— • . . of the Top of the class always Seven-Up America ' s favorite fresh-up is straight " A " with students everywhere . . . Don ' t fail at parties. Keep plenty of chilled Seven-Up in the refrigerator. SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY Des Moines +— — ■ ■ ■ ■ I ■ ■ ■ ■ - ■ ■ + Compliments ORVILLE LOWE MIDTOWN MOTORS CONTINENTAL - MERCURY METEOR - COMET FINE AUTOMOBILES 1408 Locust AT 2-8323 + — 4 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 —145— Always Ask For REGULAR GRIND 1 PRESSURE PACK " It ' s Fresher With Pressure ' TONE S BROTHERS DES MOINES, IOWA i i +. — i + CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1963 DILLEY MFG. COMPANY Manufacturers of: High Quality Yearbook Covers " Attract-All " Albums " Modern Arts " Catalogue Covers Phone AM 2-6524 2703 E. Grand Des Moines 17, Iowa i i I i I i I i J. C. White Concrete Co. i i i i i Ready Mixed Concrete I Building Materials I Premium Aggregates ! i i i + 320 S. W. 7th Des Moines, Iowa Phone 244-3161 . — + SOUTHTOWN LUMBER COMPANY S. E. 14th Army Post Road — 146 — + .4 ) . tons ( on ra tu ia tio 1 963 (graduates FROM HOME OIL COMPANY FUEL OIL DELIVERED 107 E. 6th Phone CH 3-6456 CONGRATULATIONS June 1963 Graduates Kade Market 1305 Park Ave. I I .„+ + with " Quality You Can Taste " -nnoERSort emcKSon DAIRY CC 2229 Hubbell • Des Moines • Phone Collect 265-2521 C on ratuiationd to tit c unc CjraJuatincj C iaAA WIMPY S STEAK HOUSE 1605 SOUTH UNION WILDEN HOSPITAL 1347 CAPITOL — — + TUNE-UP BRAKES MOTORS Art ' s Auto Repair 2948 Raccoon St. Automatic Transmission Service Shop AM 2 2550 Res. AM 2-5203 — CONGRATULATIONS JUNE 1963 CLASS O Donnell Hardware PHONE AM 6-5183 i m m m ■ 4 1201 Army Post Road Ph. 285-6861 i + -148- I ! i I i i Call Yellow Cab Over 50 Years of Service to Des Moines CH 3-1111 Complete Beauty Care fYJademoideile 5 PHONE 285-2737 6001 FLEUR I + . — + i 1 CAPITAL CITY PRINTING PLATE COMPANY 1912 GRAND AVENUE • DES MOINES 6, IOWA PHOTOENGRAVING • ELECTROT YPIN G • STEREOTYPING POST OFFICE BOX 1574 AD MATS ART SUPPLIES b • Nielsen Florist (• CONGRATULATIONS 1900 HIGH Mortimore CHerry 3-0101 Construction Co. CUT FLOWERS CORSAGES ROY MORTIMORE PLANTS 7301 Fleur Drive F.T.D. Florist Phone 285-3396 j j ALWAYS PLAN YOUR FUTURE Your Best Investment Education Then Real Estate HOMES ACREAGES FARMS COOK REALTY Office CH 4-9183 800 Herold Street Notary Public and Insurance 4 — . ■ — i — 150 — FOR THE FINEST in GRADUATION PORTRAITS It ' s (jiam or i zed jf lt otog rapli y Exclusively At Woltz Home of the 4, LA PETITE, " Finest Billfold Photos For " Swappin " Good Portraits Need Not Be Expensive I I I Compliments of COMPLIMENTS OF WESTERN TOOL STAMPING CO. 3811 North McDonald I { The Stores to go for the brands you know. i I LOW LOW PRICES PLUS S H GREEN STAMPS 4. — ■ ■ ■ „.___. Jlie i ctlisptltter Printed and Bound by (garner JPuLiisliin C o. A COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE • ART • LAYOUT • LETTERPRESS OFFSET PRINTING • COPY • PHOTOGRAPHY • BOOKBINDING 615 Euclid Ave. Phone 282-8146 f - i + — Congratulations Seniors Gilbreath Upholstering Supply Company 2303 S.E. 14th 283-1515 — + CONGRATULATIONS from Des Moines Stationery Company 507-511 Locust AT 8-4801 Des Moines 9, Iowa Your Complete Stationer And Most Convenient Place to Shop For All Your Needs SCHOOL SUPPLIES LEATHER GOODS GIFTS and SOCIAL STATIONERY ART and ENGINEERING SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE - + to TAXIDERMIST MY GREAT BUSINESS HAS BEEN BUILT FROM j SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ' i i 607 CRESTON AVE. PHONE: ATlantic 2-4550 DES MOINES. IOWA THE FINEST THING A HUNTER CAN SHOW FOR HIS SKILL IS A BEAUTIFULLY MOUNTED TROPHY Whether your trophy is a magnificent specimen of deer from America . . . a lion from the jungles of Africa ... or a trout from Alaska . . . yes, be the trophy large or small — from any part of the World — when mounted by JOE RUPERTO TAXIDERMIST, it fairly " breathes " memories of your hunting adventures . . . brings back joyous remembrances of that stimulating challenge to your skill, of the moment when your eyes first beheld that handsome creature. 152- General Remodeling Contractors Aluminum Combination Windows and Doors Roofing • Siding • Awnings • Additions Custom Kitchens • Garages Recreation Rooms • Porches Greenway Home Improvement Co. REPAIRING AND CONTRACTING 5805 Fleur Drive Phone 285-3213 M. E. GREENWAY Res. AM 2-6193 DES MOINES, IOWA SOUTHTOWN S LARGEST TELEVISION CENTER OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS DES MOINES TELEVISION AMANA CHRYSLER AIRTEMP AIR CONDITIONERS MOTOROLA ZENITH SYLVAN I A EMERSON PHILCO WESTINGHOUSE SALES — SERVICE — RENTALS COLOR DEMONSTRATIONS TELEVISION — STEREO — RADIOS — RECONDITIONED TV Floyd Donna Webb 4000 S. W. 9th Street Phone AT 8-1923 " GET THE HABIT " " TAXICABIT " RING for a R U A N AT 2-8111 —153— CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS For Future Wall Decorations SEE US Dotson Wall Plaque Co. INDIANOLA ROAD 2802 Indianola Rd. Ph. 288-5490 , .4 NORMAN WINFREY S O.K. TIRE STORE 3017 Indianola — Des Moines 15, Iowa Personalized Safety Service TRUING BALANCING SIPING Truing — cannot be applied at the factory — Tires must be trued to the wheels on which they run. Neither tires nor wheels are built perfectly round. Balancing — wheels and tires must be balanced to- gether, they cannot be balanced together at the factory. Siping — It is impossible to apply this Safety Traction properly at the factory. FRONT END ALIGNMENT Money-back road hazard guarantee — compare this guarantee with others. We handle the Famous GOODYEAR TIRE as well as our own new recap and used tires. VISIT YOUR FRIENDLY OK TIRE STORE 3017 INDIANOLA ROAD PIZZAS — SNACKS OR DINNERS . . . ITALIAN AND AMERICAN FOODS Michael ' s Restaurant On Fleur Drive Across From Holiday Inn PRIVATE PARTY ROOM Make Reservations Early Open Friday Saturday Till 1 A. M. Monday Thru Thursday Till 12:30 A. M. Sunday — Noon Till 8:00 P. M. — WAYNE HIGHLAND Radiator Shop COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE .+ + —154— 608 14th STREET Phone ATlantic 8-1475 Des Moines 14, Iowa +


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