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

 - Class of 1964

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faiUplitter Abraham tinccln High £cknl fceJ JfteifteJ, Jfma June 1964 Jth Ifletttmatn Vice Principal Marrif if. kick A on 1920-1964 He exemplified strength and enthusiasm and was al¬ ways ready to meet the many problems that were thrust upon him. He recognized the needs of young people and took the time to demonstrate his interest in the boys and girls of Lincoln High. dedicated to Ifir. Howard f. Cox Who Wilt Retire Affter ZZ Xfear Off Service At Lincoln High. Academic 4 Senior ZO t(ndercla men ss Organisation 7Z Student iijfe 90 ‘Jine Art m £port IZZ Advertiser 147 Cdited £ Published fig Journalism Z Cla e Volume 1 June 1904 Cover bg £u an Ming t ■ ... reach up ahtf SeifCHcf To fill the mind, to stimulate interest, to broaden horizons, to raise and answer questions—these the challenges of teaching. Imccln High MtniwUttatiow 1963-64 MELVIN J. BOWEN Principal Mr. Bowen’s ability as an administrator is evidenced by the growth of Lincoln under his leadership, and the position that it now holds among the Des Moines Schools. He has worked hard and now he can see what he has accomplished. Lincoln students are proud of their school. Mr. Bowen has done much to make it a school of which to be proud. ROBERT WILSON Acting Vice Principal Mr. Wilson has taken over the position of vice-principal left vacant by Mr. Dickson’s death. He is doing an excellent job in his new office, as well as continuing with all his duties as senior counselor. IRIS ANDERSON Advisor Miss Anderson is the kind of person who is always busy, and yet seems tireless. When¬ ever her aid is called for, she gives it freely and earnestly. Her help has done much to make a success of the many activities at Lincoln. KATHLEEN SHIFFER Registrar Seniors recognize Mrs. Shiffer as the woman who takes their requests for tran¬ scripts. Taking care of the many requests is a staggering job, yet Mrs. Shiffer also finds time to keep a record of all school money. — 6 — Board ctf education DES MOINES INDEPENDENT COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT’S BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS are, from left to right: Arthur Davis, Mrs. Roland E. Grefe, John R. Haydon, Herrold V. Mann, Secretary, Board of Education; Richard W. Lozier, President, Board of Education ; Dr. John H. Harris, Superintendent of Schools ; Ora E. Niffenegger, Mrs. Jack Spevak, and Dr. Floyd M. Burgeson. HELEN CLAUSEN Nurse Mrs. Clausen keeps a check on all student health prob¬ lems. She hasn’t been at Lincoln for very long, but she has already made many friends. HELEN HOLT Librarian Miss Holt is in charge of the school library, its refer¬ ence section and magazine file. She is always ready to help student or teacher find needed information in one of the best libraries in the school system. — 7 — Rosalind Ahrens English Alice Anderson English Dean Crocker English Wayne DeMouth English Lillian Hildreth English Gerald Jaehnel English John A. McWhirter English Colleen O’Brien English Herbert Ramp English Henry E. Sanders Journalism Harley Waller Suzanne Young Speech-Drama English Xanguage flrtA Ire 7 he KeifA to Huoule e The English language spreads more knowledge to more people than any other language in the world today. Especially in America a good knowledge of English is essential. To instill a fundamental knowledge of the lan¬ guage, both in writing, reading and speaking is the aim of Lincoln’s language arts department. Discussion groups explore the realms of many books. Inquisitive minds are encouraged in active English classes. — 8 — JeretyH XatiquageJ firing Qntetnaticnal ' Un4et tan4ing Erna Bevington Vincent Boozell George Chatman Kathryn M. Kirkhoff French Latin Spanish Latin-Russian In today’s complex society no one can ignore the other countries of the world. An understanding of our world neighbors is essential if we wish to maintain peaceful condi¬ tions in the world. Foreign language students are attempting to develop this under¬ standing on a level where it will be most effective, the language of the people of the world. Members of the Russian Club prepare to sample some native dishes at their annual banquet. Concentration to the utmost is revealed by students using the language lab. Relishing the delicacies of French cuisine is an opportunity not to be overlooked. — 9 — Ruth H. Davison Math Lowell Dougherty Math Edgar O. Eckey Math Leslie Lewis Math Glenn A. Rouse Math Berry Yount Math ijiathetnaticA IfieaAuw The tfhfteMe From the infinitely large to the infinitely small, mathe¬ matics students study the full range. And even if they could study infinitely long, there would still be an infinite range of knowledge as yet undiscovered. Mathematics is one of the most useful sciences today. It is the yardstick by which man measures the universe. Marg Bird exercises the preciseness of mathematics. Busily constructing problems is an every day occurrence in math classes. — 10 — Watural £ciehceJ Kmq The World to 7 he ClaMroom Natural sciences involve the study of the world we live in—its composition, its reactions to forces, and the proces¬ ses of life which occur on it that make it different from all other worlds. Seniors measure acceleration due to gravity. Students participate with Mr. Kelling in a discussion of biological aspects. Measuring and math go hand in hand in physics. Earl Kelling Science Alan Ewers Science Hugh Kent Science Richard Limbaugh Science Wendell P. Stone Science Earl Brott Social Studies Phoebe Bryant Social Studies Donald Ceynar Howard T. Cox Social Studies Social Studies William Gilbert Social Studies Jerald Hickey Social Studies H. Lloyd Klinzman Social Studies Gus Ollrich Social Studies Dennis Peacock Eleanor Selby Social Studies Social Studies £cciat £tu4ieA tHake Setter CitijehA The social studies bring to the student a basic knowledge of his government, as well as the governments, both past and present, of other countries of the world. A knowledge of these governments, and the people who live under them, will help to give a fuller appreciation of the American democracy. Mr. Talarico patiently bears an interruption as journalists deliver the latest school news. Delving into history can be an exciting adventure with such able guidance as Mr. Ceynar’s. Francis A. Talarico Social Studies — 12 SuAlMAA £ki!tA Aid 9 Jutute Wwk The great majority of students taking the stenographic and commercial courses will use the skills they have learned in their future work. Preparing now, instead of waiting until they start work, will help these students to be working at a time they would ordinarily have to spend in training. Jane M. Ealy Stenographic Florence Harrell Stenographic Richard Malliet Commercial Gary Miller Commercial Gerald Miller Richard Hoskins Stenographic Commercial Pecking hesitantly at their typewriters are Miss Harrell’s first semester students. Prospective employees listen attentively as Gary Miller lectures on the principles of Distributive Education. — 13 — Bill Henderson John Whaley Instrumental Music Vocal Music Vocal and JJhJtruineHta IfluJic heCelop Student “Talent Both the vocal and instrumental music programs at Lincoln do much to bring out and develop the talent of the student. The band helps to build school spirit at football games and presents concerts to the student body. The choir adds much to the school activities in which it takes part. Memorizing music takes hours of re¬ hearsal if a program is to be presented successfully. — 14 — Arts W Crafts Stress Creativity Few people have the creativity expressed by arts and crafts students. An examination of any of the depart¬ ment’s display cases will show this. These two classes attempt to develop this creativity by a freer exchange between student and instructor than exists in most classes. Phillip Allen Art Phil Taylor Crafts Twisting metal into unusual shapes and designs is Mr. Taylor, crafts instructor. Working overtime is not unusual for our ambitious art students. Developing many skills is only a small part of this department. — 15 — James Ator Shotis Howard Hammond Shops Jed Miller Shops Donald Simmons Shops %4uA trial flrU Cnccutaae itfahual Wcrk Many people today are concerned in at least some part of their occupation with manual work. An attempt to develop these skills to their furthest extent is made in these classes. Improved manual dexterity as well as an understanding of methods and tools of the field are given to industrial arts students. Building beautiful furniture is easily learned by those who take Wood Shop. Students portray attentiveness necessary for a successful metal shop project. i 1 Mechanical drawing provides a pre¬ paratory class for those interested in becoming draftsmen. - 16 - fa Hme CconomicA Prepare ' Juture HotnemakerA Nearly every girl hopes someday to have her own home. In order to be a better homemaker she must know and understand what she is doing. This effort to prepare the girls for the future is not only wise, but necessary. A. Irene Moroney Homemaking Patricia Schwartz Homemaking Students prettily display a unique table setting in Home¬ making. Eldon Peterson Driver Education hrtterA education And Cjccd hritierA (jo Together The teen of today has a noto¬ riously bad driving record. Driver’s Education students are making an effort to prove that this reputation should not apply to all teens. They learn basic driving skills as well as a knowl¬ edge of driving laws. D river Training students learn how to become good law abiding drivers in Mr. Peterson’s classes. 17 Lorin H. Graaff Physical Education Wayne D. Heintz Physical Education Adel! Mooney Physical Education Jean Richardson Physical Education PkifAical Cducatm SmqA Physical JitheM Today there is much emphasis on physical fitness. Exercise is important and many other skills are learned through active sports participation in physical education classes. CcuhAelittg Help £tutfenU atuf feackerA Counseling today is such an important part of the Des Moines school system that each school has a staff of full¬ time counselors. Counselors help students plan their courses in high school, and prepare for college, vocational training, or work after high school. Virgil G. Fox Gordon W. Opel Seniors are seen seeking Mr. Wilson every day as problems of college and vocation reach the time of decision. Mr. Pritchard also spends a great deal of time considering the proper courses for students. Proper vocational preparation often depends on many re¬ visions of schedules and long hours of counseling for Mr. Fox. Launching high school careers takes many decisions and conferences for Mr. Opel. — 19 — ... £wetkihg gee A Mtk uJ 1963-1964—our year. We had watched the other classes—running things, hav¬ ing fun, walking through the arch, clutching the maroon and gold ribbon. Wishing we were seniors but glad we had another year. Now we are doing what we had watched. typer Three Per Cent denier Class Scholarship Jane Anderson Dennis Brightwell Craig Davis Anne Graham Judith Hillyard Andrea Moore James Noland Mary Anne Whaley Robert Williams — 22 — " Upper ' Jifiteen per Cent pettier Class Scholarship Beryl Anderson Edward Anson Beverly Atkinson Margaret Bird Phillip Carroll Sandra Dammerville Judy Dennett Christy Dysart Ron Eittreim Allen Essman Susan Fazio Barbara Ford Lafe Hill — 23 — ‘Upper Jitfteeh Per Cent Senior ClaM Scholarship William Hippee Joanne Hoover Jean Jaquinta Pamela Jeffries Fred Karnes Susan King Carol Lee Judy Lewis Diana McDonough Janet McRoberts Peggy Marsh Vonda Mortimore r . — 24 — Terrie Pennock Daniel Randa tipper JifiteeH per Cent pettier ClaAA £chdarAkip Anthony Renzo Sally Rife Gene Roland Robert Runge Marcia Simas Goldia Stephen Carol Taber Bruce Walker Marilyn Zeliadt Norman Borrall Watichai Ifterit ckclatAkip Senior ClaAA JinaliA ts Dennis Brightwell — 26 — Return ClaAA RumerA-up ■ £ehh? CtaAA O icerA June J964 Doug Barakat President Richard Bason Vice-President Judy Lewis Secretary Kenneth Robinson Treasurer : alii mmm wMrnmmmsm — 28 — Frances Davis Allen Staffs: Homemaking Staff, two years: Nurses Staff, two years. Council: Senior Council, one year. Organizations: Drill Team, two years ; D.E.C.A. Club, one year. Senior Committee: Banquet. Robert H. Allen Sports : Football, one year ; Baseball, three years. Organizations : D.E.C.A. Club, one year. Music: Boys’ Glee Club, one year. Honors: Monitor, two years. Betty Jean Anderson Music: Prep choir, three years ; Girls’ Glee Club, three years. Honors: Noma Spelling Award. Barbara D. Anderson Organizations: Future Teachers Club, Girls’ Club; Pep Club; Mermaids, one year. Staffs: Swimming Leader; Student Center Staff, one year. Scholarship: Honor Roll, one year. Honors: Drill Team, one year. Senior Committee: Informal. Beryl J. Anderson Organizations: Latin Club; Girls ' Club, three years; Pep Club, one year; Russian Club, two years; Organ Club, one year. Music: Band, two years; All-City Band, two years; Jazz Band, one year; Madrigal, two years; Senior Choir, two years; Tried out for All-State Choir. Staffs: Music Staff, two years. Schol¬ arship : Honor Roll, two years. Honors: Dorian Band Festival. Senior Committees : Informal. Jacqueline Van Patten Anderson Transferred to Lincoln in senior year. Drill Team, two years; Pep Club, two years, at Urbandale High. Susan Kay A dams Organizations: Drama Club, one year; Pep Club, two years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, one year. Honors: Monitor, two years; Winner of District Speech Contest at Grinnell, tenth grade; State Speech Contest, tenth grade. Senior Committee: Prom. Patricia Ann Akers Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years ; Prep Choir, three years. Senior Committee: Commencement. Sally Lou Akers Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years; Prep Choir, two years; Senior Choir, two years. Carol Ann Alber Organizations: Drama Club, one year: Pep Club, two years. Music: Senior Choir, three years. Honors: School Play, “Our Town;” High School Day; Junior Achievement, Secretary. Worked in Lost Found Department and Supply Room. 29 Beverly Jean Atkinson Organizations: French Club, three years ; Majorette, three years. Staffs: Secretarial Staff. Offices: President of Secretarial Staff. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years. Honors: Usher Committee, two years; Play, “Many Loves of Dobie Gillis,” eleventh grade. Senior Committee: Class Day. Randy J. Baker Sports: Basketball, three years ; Track, one year. Council: Senior Council, one year. Senior Committee: Informal, Treasury Committee. Douglas J. Barakat Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Offices: President and Treasurer of Lettermen’s Club ; Senior Class President. Council : Senior Council, two years. Monitor, two years. Sports : Football, three years, two letters; Honorable Mention in All-City Football, junior year; Second Team in All-City Football, senior- year; Wrestling, three years, three letters. Captain of Team; Track three years, three letters. Honors: Home coming Prince and Homecoming King. Cheryl L. Barbour Organizations: Y-Teens, one year, Knoxville High School; Baton Twirlers ; Girls’ Recreation Association. Staffs : Newspaper Staff at Pleasantville High ; Member of Annual Staff. Music: Girls’ Glee Club. Leslie Jane Barshell Sports: Tennis, three years, two letters. Clubs: Pep Club, two years ; French Club, one year ; Girls’ Club, two years ; Girls’ Club Representative, one year; Drill Team, one year. Offices: Secre¬ tary of French Club. Staffs: Nurses Staff, one year; Student Center Staff, one year. Music: Senior Choir, two years; Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Honors: Candidate for Polio Queen, tenth grade; Candidate for Queen of Hearts ; Decoration Committee for Girls’ Club Dance. Senior Committee: Prom. Nancy Jo Bartholomew Organizations: Leaders Club, three years; French Club, three years; Junior Achievement. Offices: Vice-President, French Club. Staffs: Library Staff, one year; Nurses Staff, one year. Music: Band, three years ; All-City Band, three years. Honors : Achieve¬ ment Award in Crafts, Gold Key Award. Senior Committee: Banquet. Jane Ellen Anderson Clubs: French Club, two years ; Leaders Club, three years ; Drill Team, one year; Girls’ Club, three years ; Cheerleader, two years. Offices : French Club Secretary, French Club President, one year; Leaders Club, Vice-President, one year; Girls’ Club Treasurer, Girls’ Club President, one year. Staffs: Library Staff, one semester. Council: Senior Council, three years ; All-City Council, one year. Sports: Golf Team, three years. Honors: U.N. Trip; Hawkeye Girls State; Homecoming Queen. Senior Committee: Prom. Shirley Ellen Andre Clubs: French Club, two years. Staffs: Circulation Manager of Railsplitter. Honors: Play, “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.” Senior Committee: Class Day. Edward Madden Anson IV Sports: Tennis, two years. Scholarship: Hcnor Roll, two years. Honors: Representative to U.N. Day; Kiwanis Boy of The Month; Queen Escort. Senior Committee: Informal; Prom Committee. Steve Morgan Ash Organizations: Dorian Art Club, two years. Staffs: Senior Rail- splitter Sketch Writer. Honors: Scholastic Art Award in sopho¬ more year. 1 _ 1 Richard Ray Bason Sports: Football, two years, two letters; Second Team All-City Football; Wrestling, two years, two letters, State Wrestling Champion, senior year. Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Staffs: Audio-Visual Homeroom, three years; Student Center Staff, two years. Council: Senior Council, one year. Honor: Candidate for Homecoming King. Charles R. Beavers Clubs : Junior Achievement. Sports : Sophomore Football ; Tennis, two years, one letter. Offices: Junior Achievement, Vice-Presi¬ dent of Production. Council: Alternate Senior Council, two years. Honors: TJ.N. Day. Senior Committee: Informal. Colleen E. Beck Organizations: Drill Team, two years; Girls’ Club, three years. Music: Prep Choir, one year; Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Senior Choir, two years. Committees : Secretarial Committee. Wendell Lee Beck Charles Alan Becker Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Staffs: Gym Leader, one year; Monitor, one year. Sports: Sophomore Base¬ ball and Football; Wrestling three years, three letters ; Second in City in junior year; Third in District Wrestling; Second in Dis¬ trict, State Tournament in senior year. Senior Committee: Informal. Mary A. Beener Staffs: Homemaking Staff, one year. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. Janet L. Behrens Music: Prep Choir, two years; Girls’ Glee Club, two years. Clubs: D.E.C.A. Club, one year. Staffs: Library Staff, one year. Lawrence Joseph Bell Organizations : Camera Club, two years. Music : Boys’ Glee Club, three years; Senior Choir, three years. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Margaret Ann Bird Offices: Co-Council of Latin Club, one year. Clubs: Latin Club, three years; Leaders Club and Russian Club, two year ' s; Pep Club, one year. Staffs: Gym Staff, two years. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years. Honors: Drill Team, one year. Senior Committee: Prom. George Leo Bittner — 31 — Stephen Charles Blessing Clubs: Latin Club, three years; Lettermen’s Club, two years. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Sue Ellen Bogatto Organizations: Pep Club, three years; Future Teachers Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years. Offices: Girls’ Club Representa¬ tive, two years; Secretary of Junior Achievement. Council: Senior Council, two years. Honors: Play, “The Many Loves of Dobie Gill is. ” Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. Thomas Richard Borg Sports: Basketball, one year; Track, one year; Track Manager, two years; Wrestling Manager, one year; Letter as Cross Country Managex - , twelfth grade. Staffs: Railsplitter Sports Editor. Honoi ' S: Monitor, one year. Norman F. Borrall Scholarship: Merit Scholarship Finalist. Donald James Bowlin Organization: D.E.C.A. Club, one year. Staffs: Monitor, one year. Sheila Diane Boylan Clubs: Gilds’ Club, three years; Mermaids, two years. Staffs: Gym Staff, one year. Music: Gills’ Glee Club and Prep Choir, one year. Senior Committee: Informal. Robert A. Braman, Jr. Sports: Track, three years ; Cross Country, two years, one letter. Honors : Cross Country Captain. Linda Maxine Brannen Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Staffs : Bookkeeping Staff, one semester. Dennis Lee Bridal Sports: Sophomore Football ; Wrestling, three years, two letters. Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Honors: Monitor, one year. Senior Committee : Senior Party. Dennis R. Brightwell Clubs: Latin Club, three years. Offices: Quaester (Treasurer) ; Counsel of Latin Club. Staffs: Railsplitter Staff; Co-Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Music: Marching Band, three years ; Concert Band, three years ; All-City Band, three years ; All-State Band competitor; Drum Major of Marching Band ; Organ Club. Scholarship: National Merit Finalist. Sports: Cross Coun¬ try, two years ; Spring Track, two years. Honors: Dorian Band Festival at Luther College. Senior Committee: Banquet. — 32 — Lloyd William Burt Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Sports: Football, three years, two letters ; Basketball, one year; Baseball, three years, two letters; Wrestling, two years. Linda Rae Butcher Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, two years. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, one year. Senior Committee: Com¬ mencement Announcements. Nick T. Campos Thomas L. Candler Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Council: Senior Council, two years. Sports: Sophomore Football; Varsity Football, two years, two letters; Wrestling, three years, one letter; Track, two years, two letters. Offices: Treasurer of Lettermen’s Club. Senior Committee : Class Day. Tom O. Carlstrom Sports: Football, one year; Track, two years; Swimming, two years. Music: Boys’ Glee Club, one year; Senior Choir, two years. Honors: Monitor, two years; Abe Lincoln Mascot, one year. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. Phillip H. Carroll Organizations : Latin Club, two years. Sports : ball; Swimming, three years, two letters. Council, one year. Honors: Monitor, one year, tee: Treasury- Sophomore Foot- Council : Student Senior Commit- Linda Rose Brown Clubs: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, two and a half years; Dorian Art Club, one and a half years. Staffs: Prep Choir Staff, one year. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years; Prep Choir, one year; Senior Choir, one year. Senior Committee: Class Day. Susan Kay Browning Organizations: Drill Team, three years ; Pep Club, one year. Honors: Alternate Cheerleader, letter. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Prep Choir, two years; Senior Choir, two years; Sex¬ tet, two years. Staffs: Accompanist Staff. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Walter Francis Burns, Jr. Edward Burt Music: Boys’ Glee Club, three years; Senior Choir, three years. Sports: Sophomore Football. Honors: Monitor, one year; Gym Leader, one year. Senior Committee: Prom. — 33 — Hubert Clayton Clark, Jr. Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Sports: Baseball, three years, three letters; Football, three years, one letter; Sec¬ ond All-City Guard; Wrestling, two years, two letters. Council: Senior Council Alternate, one year. Honors: Monitor, three years; Junior Dance Committee; Homecoming Committee. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Charles Cobb Honors : Vice-President of Distributive Education class. Colleen Mae Collins Staffs: Gym Staff, one year. Music : Prep Choir, three years ; Girls’ Glee Club, three years. Organizations : Pep Club, one year. Judith A. Cook Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years; Future Teachers Club, two years. Staffs: Counselor’s Staff, two years. Music; Girls’ Glee Club, three yeais. Council: Senior Council, two years. Sports: Tennis, three years. Honors: High School Day. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Sidney Jane Cook Organizations : Leaders Club, three years ; Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, one year. Staffs: Counselor’s Staff, three years; Secretarial Staff, two years. Music: Senior Choir, two years ; Prep Choir; Girls’ Glee Club, two years. Council: Senior Coun¬ cil, one year. Honors: Reception Baccalaureate, junior year; Drake Career Day. Committee: Secretarial Committee. Ronald B. Cooley Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Sports: Basketball, three years, two letters; Baseball, three years, two letters; Football, two years. Honors: Monitor, one year. Senior Committee: Treasury. Richard Casady Scholarship: Merit Scholarship Finalist. Staffs: Railsplitter Photographer Sports: Swimming, one year. Honors: Monitor, one year. Dave A. Catron Sports : Sophomore Football. Honors : Monitor, one semester. Gary Lee Chandler Margaret A. Cipale Clubs: Girls’ Club, three years; Leaders Club, one year. Staff: Homemaking Staff, one year. — 34 — Margaret Genevra Copic Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years; Prep Choir, one year; Senior Choir, two years. Organizations: Pep Club, one year. Thomas R. Coram Connie Jo Cordaro Clubs : Pep Club, two years. Music : Prep Choir, one year. June Diane Cosner Clubs: Pep Club, one year; D.E.C.A., one year. Douglas K. Cowie Music: Chorus, three years ; Boys’ Glee Club, three years. Coun¬ cil: Senior Council, three years. Sports: Football, three years; Wrestling, thiee years; Track, three years. Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Honors: Monitor, two years. Vanita Joy Crees Music: Band, three years. Honors: Girls’ Club Homeroom Rep¬ resentative, two years. Senior Committee: Banquet. Carol Yvonne Cremer Clubs: Future Teachers Club and Girls’ Club Representative, one year. Staffs: Homemaking Staff and Student Center Staff, one year. Honors: Noma Spelling Award ; Monitor, one year; High School Day. Mike A. Crivaro Music: Senior Choir, three years; Boys’ Glee Club, three years. Council: Senior Council, one year. Sports: Sophomore Football. Honors : Monitor ; Manager of Stage Crew, one year. Michele R. Cron Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years ; French Club, one year; Drill Team, one year; Future Teachers Club, one year. Staffs: Organization Editor of Railsplitter. Council: Senior Council, two years. Sports: Tennis, three years. Honor’s: Nominated for Girls’ Club Historian ; Homecoming Decorations. Senior Committee: Prom. Lucille Virginia Cuevas Clubs : D.E.C.A. Club, one year. — 35 — Roma Jean Dale Music: Prep Choir, three years ; Girls’ Glee Club, three years. Clubs: D.E.C.A. Club, one year. Sandra Jean Damerville Clubs: Gym Leader, three years. Senior Committee: Senior Party. David J. Damstrom Sports: Football, three years, two letters; Baseball, three years, three letters: Basketball, three years, two letters. Honors: Monitor, two years. Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Diana Jean Davenport Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, one year. Craig E. Davis Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years: National Merit Scholarship Runnerup. Honors : A.F.S. Exchange Student to Norway in junior year; Nominated for N.C.T.E. Award; Kiwanis Boy of The Month; Panelist on “Youth Views Modern Problems” TV show; First Place in school for VFW essay. Sports: Swimming, three years; Tennis, three years, three tennis letters, Captain. Senior Committee: Class Day. George T. Davis Council: Senior Council, one year. Sports : Basketball, one year. Linda J. Davis Staffs : Homemaking Staff, one year. Karol Bosworth DeBolt Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years. Council: Senior Council, three years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years. Honors: Monitor, one year. Offices: Secretary of D.E.C.A. Senior Com¬ mittee : Commencement Announcements. Loretta A. Deeds Organizations: Pep Club, one semester; Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, one year. Honors: Noma Arithmetic Award. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown Committee. John DeFrancisco Sports : Baseball, two years ; Basketball, one year. — 36 — Mary Ruth Dukelow Clubs: Spanish Club, two years; Pep Club, two years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, two years; Solo and small group accompanist, one year, Missouri Valley High School. Transferred to Lincoln senior year. Clubs: Pep Club, one year; Girls’ Club, one year; Junior Achievement, one year. Sketch writer on Senior Railsplit- ter. Senior Committee: Secretarial. Donald D. Durham Organizations: Dorian Art Club, three years: Lettermen’s Club. Sports: Baseball, two years, two letters; Football, one year. Staffs : Art Staff, one year. Beverly A. Dyer Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, two years. Council: Senior Council, two years. Music : Girls’ Glee Club, two years. Sports: Tennis, two years. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Christy Dysart Honors: Homecoming Princess, freshman year; Drill Team, three years ; Co-Captain, senior year ; Honor Roll, three years. Organ¬ izations : French Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, two years ; Future Teachers Club, one year. Staffs : Office Staff, one year; Counselor’s Staff, one year. Council: Student Council, two years. Journalism, Front Page Editor of Rail- splitter. Homecoming Committee. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Sheri L. Earll Organizations: Pep Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Gym Staff, one year; Homemaking Staff, one year. Honors: Monitor, one yeai Council: Senior Council, one year. Offices: Class President, Homemaking. Joyce K. Eaton Organizations. Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Bookkeeping Staff, one year. Swimming Leader, one year. Honors: Sketch writer for Senior Railsplitter; Monitor, one semester; Drake Career Day. Judy Y. Dennett Organizations: Senior Leaders Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, one year; Secretarial Club, three years. Staffs: Counselor’s Staff, three years; Secretarial Staff, two years; Office Staff, one year. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, two years; Senior Choir, two years. Committee: Secretarial. Tom V. Dodge Sports : Baseball, one year. Patricia A. Dray Music: Prep Choir, two years. Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years. Honors: Noma Spelling Award, senior year; Sketch writer for Senior Railsplitter. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown Committee. Christine Duewall Organizations : Leaders Club, three years ; Mermaids, three years ; Pep Club, two years; Latin Club, two years. Staffs: Library Staff, one year; Railsplitter Staff, one year. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three year’s. Offices: Secretary of Mermaids, one year. Honors: Monitor, one year. Senior Committee: Senior Party. —37 Allen K. Essman Organizations: Latin Club, thx-ee years; Drama Club, one year. Offices : Vice-President of Drama Club, sophomore year ; King of Latin Club, Junior year. Music: Senior Choir, two and one half years ; Madrigal, two and one half years ; Try-out for All-S tate Choir, one year. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years. Council: Student Council, one semester. Honors: Plays, “Otir Town,” “Little Women,” “Out of the Frying Pan,” and “The First Mrs. Paris;” District Speech Contest, one year; Journalism, News¬ paper and Annual. Sports : Spring Tennis, three years ; Fall Ten¬ nis, two years, two letters. Senior Committee: Banquet Com¬ mittee. Phillis Etheridge Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, one year. Honors : Drill Team, three years ; Noma Spelling Award. Patricia A. Falbo Organizations: French Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, two years; Future Teachers Club. Offices: Treasurer French Club. Staffs : Gym Staff, one year. Music : Senior Choir, three years; Madrigal, two years. Honors: Drill Team, th’.ee years ; Honor Roll, two years ; Monitor, one year. Proof Editor, Railsplitter. Worked on Homecoming Decoration and emblem. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Frank Charles Fazio Organizations: Latin Club, one year. Sports: Wrestling, two years ; Golf, three years. Senior Committees: Informal Commit¬ tee ; Banquet Committee. Susan F. Fazio Organizations: Latin Club, one year; Russian Club, one year. Secretary, junior year; Girls’ Club, three years. Honors: One of five Homecoming Queen finalists ; Drill Team, three years; Chosen to lead 1963 Senior Class on Class Day; Queen of Hearts; Younkers Teen Board Representative; Honor Roll, three years. Music: Senior Choir, three years; Madrigal, one year. Staffs: Office Staff, two years; Student Center, two years. Senior Council, one year, Treasurer, senior year. Student Life Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Worked on Homecoming decorations and ■emblem. Committee: Treasury. Alma Fedro Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Art Club, one year. Staffs : Homemaking Staff, two years. Alice Jane Edwards Organizations: Pep Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years ; Homeroom Representative, one year. Council: Senior Council, one year. Honors: Monitor, two years; Noma Spelling Award. Senior Committee: Commencement Announcements. William S. Edwards Sports: Sophomore Football, Sophomore Baseball. Honors: Junior Achievement. Ronald R. Eittreim Organizations: Latin Club, one year. Music: Boys’ Glee Club, one year. Honors: Honor Roll, three years; Monitor, one year; Junior Achievement; Representative to Kiwanis Club. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Steve G. Erickson Organizations: Russian Club, two years; Lettermen’s Club, two years. Music: Senior Choir, three years; Boys’ Glee Club, three years; Madrigal, two years. Council: Senior Student Council, one year. Sports: Football, three years, one letter; Swimming, two years, two letters ; Track, three years. Honors: Honor Roll two years. Committee ; Treasury. — 38 — Carol Fegley Organizations: Junior Achievement, one year; Pep Club, one year. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Elsie Dean Fenner Staffs: Gym Staff, one year. Organizations: Russian Club, two years: Future Teachers Club, one year. Senior Committee: Class Day. Hope Elaine Feyen Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, three years ; Drama Club, one year; Future Teachers Club, one year. Music: Senior Choir, three years; Girls Glee Club, two years. Honors: Varsity Cheerleader, two years, lettering twice: Honor Roll, two years ; Candidate for Queen of Hearts ; Drill Team, one semester. Senior Council, one year; Representative to KIOA Teen Panel. Sports: Tennis, one year. Staffs: Gym Staff, one year; Coun¬ selor’s Staff, one year. Sketch Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Worked on Homecoming decorations and emblem. Senior Com¬ mittee: Senior Prom. James R. Fisher Organizations: D.E.C.A. Club President, one year. Honors: Award for outstanding achievements in Crafts. Sports : Football, one year. Dennis Michael Flaherty Sports: Wrestling, two year’s; Football, three years, one letter. Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, one year. Honors: Monitor, three years. Staffs: Gym Leader, one year. Committee: Treasury. Toni M. Fontanini Organizations: Pep Club, three years. President two year ; French Club, three years, Vice-President, sophomore year; Future Teach¬ ers Club, one year. Staffs : Secretarial Staff, two years ; Student Center Staff, one year. Music: Senior Choir, three years ; Madri¬ gal, one year; Sextet, two years. Barbara Raye Ford Organizations: Latin Club, three years; Leaders Club, three years; Pep Club, one year; Photography Club, one year; Secre¬ tarial Club, two year’s. Offices: Secretary of Secretarial Club one year; Girls’ Club Representative, one year; Lincoln High School Representative at FTA Conference, one year. Staffs: Student Center Staff, two years; Secretarial Staff, two years. Honors: Honor Roll, three years. Sports: Golf, one year. Committees : Secretarial. John E. Foreman Organizations: Dorian Art Club, three years. Staffs: Art Staff, two years. Sports: Basketball, one year; Football, one year. Sharon L. Foust Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, one year. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, one year; Office Staff. Monitor, one year. Senior Committee: Class Day. Roberta Irene Fredrickson Organizations: Pep Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Gym Staff, three years. Music: Prep Choir, three years ; Girds’ Glee Club, three years. Honors: Monitor, three year’s. Committees: Informal Committee. — 39 — Diana Sue Fryman Honors: Varsity Cheerleader, two years, lettering twice ; Captain, senior year. Secretary, junior year; One of five Homecoming Queen finalists ; Candidate for Queen of Hearts : Drill Team, one semester; Honcr Roll, three years. Organizations: Pep Club, three years ; Girls’ Club, three years ; Future Teachers Club, one year. Music: Senior Choir, three years. Senior Council, two years. Student Life Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Homecoming Committee. Senior Committee: Senior Prom. Ronnie D. Fuller Sports: Baseball, one year; Wrestling, one year. Senior Com¬ mittee : Banquet. Ronald J. Fuller Honors: Monitor, one year. Sports: Baseball, three years, two letters ; Wrestling, two years. Patricia Ann Galloway Organizations: Latin Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years ; Homeroom Representative, one year. Music: Band, two years. Honors: Homeroom Secretary, three years. Senior Committee: Commencement Announcements. Thomas Lee Garrett Sports: Football, one year; Wrestling, one year. Clubs: French Club; Junior Achievement, Vice-President of Production. Virginia M. Gilbert Organizations: Nurses Club, two years; Junior Achievement, three years. Secretary; Drama Club, one year; Leaders Club, one year; Pep Club, one year. Offices: Historian and Publicity Chairman of Nurses Club, one year. Honors: Monitor, two years; School Play “Dobie Gillis;” Organization of Senior Rail- splitter. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Eloise Anne Gillaspy Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years ; Dorian Art Club, one year. Honors: Drill Team, two years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Prep Choir, one year. Staffs: Swimming Leader. Senior Committee: Senior Banquet. Sueanne Gooding Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, one year; French Club, one year; Hospitality Committee, two years. Anne B. Graham Organizations: Pep Club, three years; Leaders Club, three years. Secretary, one year; Future Health Careers Club, three years. Treasurer, two years; French Club, two years, Treasurer, two years. Music: Senior Choir, two years ; Madrigal, two years; All-State Choir. Honors: Honor Roll, three years. Council: Senior Student Council, one semester. Senior Committee: Class Day. Royce H. Gramm, Jr. Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, one year. Sports: Baseball, one year; Football, two years. Council: Senior Student Council, one year. Honore: Junior Achievement, one year. — 40 — Rodney J. Hagan Sports: Football, one year; Swimming, one year; Manager for Football, one year. Swimming, one year. Honors: Junior Achievement. Joe R. Haines Sports: Sophomore Football and Baseball; Swimming, three years, two letters; School Record Holder—backstroke. Captain, senior year. Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Honors: Monitor, one year. Music: Senior Choir, three years; Blazers Combo. Senior Council, one year. Staffs: Student Center Staff, two years. Carolyn E. Hall Organizations: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years; Future Teachers Club, three years; Health Careers Club, three years; Mermaids, two years; Drill Team, one year. Offices: Publicity Chairman of Health Careers Club : President of Future Teachers, one year; Vice-President of Health Careers Club, one year; Secretary of Health Careers Club, one year. Staffs : Office Staff, one year; Sketch Editor of Senior Railsplitter; Circulation Manager, Railsplitter. Honors: Honor Roll, two years. Sports: Golf, three years. Senior Committee: Senior Banquet. Helen Kay Hall Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years. Representative, one year. Secretary, one year, Vice-President, one year; Latin Club, one year. Music; Senior Choir, two years; Madrigal, one year; All- State Chorus, one year. Council: Senior Council, two years ; All- City, one year. Honors: Drill Team, three years, Captain, senior year ; Candidate for Polio Princess ; School play, “Little Women ;” Younkers Teen Board Representative, one year; One of five finalists for Homecoming Queen. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Susan Louise Harbert Organizations : Latin Club, three years ; Girls’ Club, three years ; Mermaids, one year; Nurses Club, one year. Offices: Girls’ Club Representative, one year. Music: Band, two years. Honors: Majorette, Prancer, one year; Honor Roll, one year. Senior Council, two years. Vicki L. Hardenbrook Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, three years; Drama Club, one year. Honors: Sketch writer Senior Railsplitter. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, one year. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Spoits: Tennis, one year. High School Day, junior. Senior Committee: Senior Prom. Janet L. Grange Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years. Pep Club, two years. Staffs: Miss Anderson’s Staff, one year; Office Staff, two years; Sketch writer Senior Railsplitter. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one semester. Sports : Girls’ Golf, one year; Girls’ Tennis, two years. Senior Committee: Class Day. Robert F. Griffin Organizations: Junior Dance Committee. Sports: Football, Bas¬ ketball, Track. Honors: Monitor, two years. Senior Committee : Senior Prom. Debra S. Hackbarth Clubs: Latin Club, one year; Future Teachers Club, two years; Mermaids, two years; Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, two years. Karen Elizabeth Hadlock Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years ; Prep Choir, two years. Honors: Monitor, one year. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. 41 - William H. Hippee, Jr. Sports: Football, three years, two letters ; Second Team All-City, senior year; Basketball, three years, two letters; Tennis, two years, two letters. Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Honors: Honor Roll, three years; Monitor, three years. Council: Student Council, two years, Vice-President, senior year. Candi¬ date for Homecoming King. Senior Committee; Senior Party, Treasury Committee. Hal Devere Hockensmith Music : Band, three years. Robert W. Holton Music: Band, three years. Joanne Colette Hoover Organizations: Latin Club, four years; Girls’ Club, three years; Organ Club, one year. Music: Pxep Choir, one year; Senior Choir, two years; Madrigal, two years ; Girls’ Sextet, two years; Girls’ Glee Club, two years ; Band, six years ; All-City Band, three years. Honors : Accompanist, three years ; Majorette, three years ; Prancer and Captain, two years ; Honor Roll, two years ; Junior Achievement, one year. Senior Committee: Class Day. John Horber Music: Band, three years. Gary Horn Honors : Monitor, two years. Stephen Allan Harlan Music : Band, three years. Richard C. Henry Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years; Dorian Art Club, two years. Council: Senior Council, one year. Sports: Swim¬ ming, three years, three letters ; Football, two years. Lafe Dyson Hill Sports: Swimming, three years; Track, one year. Council: Senior Student Council, one year; Student Court Member. Hon¬ ors : Monitor, two years. Journalism: Editor of the Railsplitter, one semester. Senior Committee: Class Day. Judith Ann Hillyard Organizations : French Club. Music : Madrigal, three years ; Sen¬ ior Choir, three years. President, senior year; Girls’ Glee Club, three years ; Accomponist for Boys’ Glee Club, three years ; Sextet, two years. Honors : All-State Accompanist Finalist; Honor Roll, three years; School play, “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.” Senior Committee: Commencement Announcements. — 42 — Myrle Allen Hornocker Sports: Football, one year. Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, one year. Staffs: Monitor; Equipment Manager; Football Man¬ ager. Advertising Manager for Senior Railsplitter. Senior Com¬ mittee : Cap and Gown. Susan Diane Howard Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Prep Choir, one year. Organ¬ izations : Girls’ Club, three years. Senior Committee: Com¬ mencement Announcements. Reggie L. Hubbartt Clubs: Dorian Art Club, three years. Staffs: Art Staff, two years. Council: Student Council, one year. Honors: Gold Key winner of Scholastic Art Awards, junior year. Senior Commit¬ tee : Class Day. Jerry L. Hughes Staffs: Monitor, one year. Council: Student Council, two years. Sports: Football, sophomore. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Larry D. Hylbak Sports : Track, three years. Senior Committee: Informal. Marnee Leah Irish Clubs: Leaders Club, three years; Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years; Mermaids, two years; Future Teachers Club, one year. Offices: Vice-President Leaders Club, senior year; President of Mermaids, senior. Council: Student Council, three semesters. Staffs: Gym Staff, three years; Monitor, one year. Co-Editor of Academic Section Senior Railsplitter. Senior Com¬ mittees : Secretary of Informal Committee; Class Day Committee. Jean Marie Jaquinta Clubs: Future Health Careers Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, one year ; Latin Club, two years. Offices : Secretary Future Health Careers Club. Counci l: Student Council, one semester. Staffs: Nurses Staff, two years. Music: Senior Choir, three years ; Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Pamela Dee Jeffries Clubs: Girls’ Club, three years ; Girls’ Club Representative, two years, alternate Representative, one year; Latin Club, three years; Pep Club, three years; Health Careers Club, two years. Offices: President of Health Careers Club, senior. Scholarship: National Honor Society, California Scholarship Federation, sophomore year. Senior Committee: Banquet. Clarence Jobe, Jr. Sports: Baseball, two years; Swimming, three years, letter; Football, one year. Music : Senior Choir, three years ; Boys’ Glee Club, one year. Penny Dee Johnson Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three year ' s: Leader ' s Club, one year; Future Teachers Club, one year. Staffs: Swim¬ ming Leader, one year. Honors: Noma Arithmetic Winner; Sketch writer Senior Railsplitter. Senior Committee: Prom. — 43 — Linda A. Johnston Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Future Teachers Club, two years. Offices: Secretary Future Teachers Club. Council: Student Coun¬ cil, three years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, two years. Sports: Fall Tennis, senior year. Senior Committee: Banquet. Terry Linn Johnston Charles Michael Jordan Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Sports: Baseball, three years, two letters: Wrestling, two years, one letter; Football, two years : Basketball, one year. Staffs: Monitor, two years ; Boys’ Gym Leader, two years. Senior Committee: Class day. Gary Jordan Clubs : D.E.C.A. Club, Distributive Education, one year. . ... . , m f 4 Pj ' ' ■ i Robert Joss Sports: Basketball, one year; Baseball, three years, one letter. Staffs : Gym Staff, one year. Clubs : Lettermen’s Club, one year. Fred E. Karnes Council: Student Council, two years; Alternate, one year. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years. Sports: Baseball, two years; Basketball, one year; Football, one year. Senior Com¬ mittee : Treasury. Susan R. King Clubs: Dorian Art Club, three years; Latin Club, three years; Drama Club, one year; Russian Club, two years. Offices : Secre¬ tary Dorian Art Club, two years; Senator in Latin Club, two years. Staffs: Art Staff, three years. Council: Student Council, one year. Music : Senior Choir, three years. Honors : Art Service Homeroom, three years ; Art Scholarship to Art Center ; Honorable Mention in Scholastic Art; Chairman of Junior Prom; Decoration Committee of Homecoming ; Chairman of Senior Informal Decora¬ tion ; Designed cover for Senior Railsplitter. Sports: Tennis, three years, three letters, Captain senior year; Basketball, Vol¬ leyball, senior year. Senior Committee: Prom. Cindie Lou Klauenburch Clubs: Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, two years ; Girls’ Club Representative, one semester. Staffs: Newspaper staff, one semester. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years. Honors: Honor Roll, one year. Senior Committee: Prom. Carol L. Lee Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Dorian Art Club, three years ; Russian Club, two years ; Girls’ Club, three years ; Girls’ Club Representative, two years. Offices: Secretary Dorian Art Club. Staffs: Library Staff, one year. Music: Senior Choir, three years. Senior Committee: Banquet; Treasury. Kathleen C. Lee Clubs: Dorian Art Club, three years ; Pep Club, one year ; French Club, one year. Offices: Historian, two years Dorian Art Club. Council: Student Council, one year. Staffs : Art Staff, one year. Honors: Honorable Mention in Scholastic Art. Scholarship: Scholarship Art Center, two years. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. — 44 — James M. Lewis Judy A. Lewis Clubs: Drama Club, one year; Leaders Club, three years; Latin Club, three years; Russian Club, two years; Dorian Art Club, three years ; Pep Club, three years ; Girls’ Club, three years, Girls’ Club Representative, two years ; Future Health Careers Club, three years. Offices: Treasurer Future Health Career ' s Club, junior year; Vice-President Future Health Careers Club, senior year; President of Leaders Club, senior year; Secretary of class. Staff s: Nurses Staff, three years. Scholarship: Merit Letter of Commendation. Honors: Science Fair Achievement Award: Science Work at Still College; A.F.S. Semi-finalist; School play; Homecoming Decorating, Chairman Social Committee. Sports: Tennis, one year. Council: Student Council, two years. Marcia Lea Logan Clubs: Girls’ Club, three years; Drama Club, one year. Staffs: Student Center Staff, one year; Homemaking Staff, two years. Offices: Treasurer Homemaking Staff. Music: Prep Choir, one year; Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Senior Choir, two years. Honors: Flag Twirler, three years. Captain senior year; Home¬ room Representative for Junior Dance; Decoration Committee for Junior Dance. Sports: Golf, three years, one letter. Senior Committee: Banquet. Linda K. Loghry Clubs: Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, one year. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, three years. Honors: Monitor, one year. Senior Committee: Secretarial. Richard Gail Logston Maxine Ann Lucia Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Student Center Staff, three years; Office Staff, one year. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Senior Choir, two years. Offices: Secretary of Senior Choir. Honor ' s: Flagtwirler, Co-Captain; Drill Team. Senior Committee: Commencement Announcements. Judy Ann Lehman Clubs: Girls’ Club, two years ; Pep Club, one year. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. Patrick Joseph Leo Council: Student Council, sophomore year at Dowling. Sports: Baseball, one year, Dowling. Entered Lincoln in junior year. Senior Committee : Commencement Announcements. Robert B. Leonard Jean F. LeRoque Clubs: Latin Club, three years. Council: Student Council, one semester. Music: Band, three years; Orchestra, three years. Honors: Plays “Dobie Gillis,” “Out of the Frying Pan.” Sports: Cross Country Track, two yeai ' s: Track, one year; Tennis, two years. — 45 — Diane Lynn McDonough Clubs : Latin Club, one year ; Future Teachers Club, three years ; Leaders Club, three years; Dorian Art Club, three years; Girls ' Club, three years; Pep Club, three years. Offices: Secretary Future Teachers Club, junior year; President Future Teachers Club, senior year; Vice-President Dorian Art Club, senior year. Staffs: Secretarial Staff, one year. Council: Student Council alternate, one year. Honors: Cheerleader, two years, letter; Drill Team. Sports: Tennis Team, three years, two letters. Senior Committee: Secretarial. Nancy Lee McGee Clubs: Tech High Pep Club, Girls’ Club, sophomore year. Tech Homemaking Staff. Transferred to Lincoln junior year. Girls’ Club, two years ; Pep Club, two years. Ken E. McNally Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Offices: Vice-President of Lettermen’s Club; Staffs: Gym Leader, one year; Hall Moni¬ tor, two years. Music: Boys’ Glee Club, three years; Senior Choir, three years. Honors: Homecoming King Candidate. Sports: Football, three years, two letters, Co-Captain of team, All-City Football Team, Honorable Mention All-State Team ; Baseball, three years, three letters. Senior Committee: Prom. John A. McNulty Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, one year. Staffs: Monitor, one year. Sports: Football, one year; Wrestling, three years. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Paul Reese McNulty Clubs: Dorian Art Club, three years; Lettermen ' s Club, three years. Council: Student Council, two years. Honors: Kiwanis Athlete of the Month, junior year. Sports: Football, three years, one letter; Wrestling, three years, three letters. First in City, Third in District, junior year. Second in City, senior year. Senior Committee: Prom. Janet L. McRoberts Clubs: Latin Club, three years; Dorian Art Club, one year; Health Careers Club, two years ; Russian Club, two years. Staffs: Office Staff, one semester: Library Staff, one year; Journalism Staff, Feature Page Co-Editor of Railsplitter. Music: Senior Choir, three years. Scholarship: Honor Roll, senior year. Honors: Drill Team, three years. Sports: Tennis, three years, letter. Senior Committee: Banquet. Jacqueline Kay McConkey Clubs: Future Teachers Club, three years; Girls Club, three years. Music: Band, three years. Eugene McConnell Dixie Feme McCoy Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, one year; Office Staff, one year. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years. Senior Committee: Class Day. William C. McCutchen Council: Student Council, two years. Honors: Homecoming King Candidate. Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Sports: Football, three years, three letters, All-City Team senior year, All-State fourth team senior year; Basketball, three years, three letters; Track, three years, three letters. Senior Committee: Class Day. — 46 — Michael L. Manges Sports: Baseball, one year. Peggy Ann Marsh Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years : Drama Club, one year ; Drill Team, three years. Staffs: Office Staff, three years. Honors: Three Spelling and Arithmetic Noma Awards ; Circula¬ tion Manager of Senior Railsplitter. Delbert Dean Martin Sally J. Mason Clubs: Pep Club, two years; Girls’ Club, three years; Drama Club, one year. Staffs: Secretarial Staff, two years ; Sketch Writer Senior Railsplitter: Monitor, one year. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Senior Committee: Secretarial. Marilyn Miller Staffs: Monitor, one year. Robert J. Montgomery Clubs: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Sports: Basketball, one year; Track, three years, four letters, Co-Captain of Cross Country Squad. Senior Committee: Banquet. Kenneth E. Moon Sports: Football, one year: Baseball, one year. Senior Commit¬ tee : Cap and Gown. Andrea Leigh Moore Transferred to Lincoln in Junior year from South Dakota. Clubs: Russian Club, two years; Leaders Club, two years. Staffs: Library Staff, one year. Scholarship: Merit Letter of Commendation, senior year. Honors: Play “The First Mrs. Paris”; Director of “Out Of The Frying Pan”; Represented Lincoln on KDPS and WHO-TV for panel discussion ; Gave United Campaign Speeches. Senior Committee: Senior Party. Marsha Lee Morris Latin Club, one year. Music: Band, one year. Senior Com mittee: Commencement Announcements. Vonda Mae Mortimore Clubs: Latin Club, two years; Pep Club, two years. Council: Student Council, two years; Alternate to All-City Council, one year. Music: Senior Choir, two years. Honoi’s: Junior Dance Committee: Chaii-man of Decoi ' ations Homecoming Dance Com¬ mittee ; Cheerleader, sophomore year: U. N. Delegate to Gov¬ ernor’s U.N. Day. — 47 — Sharon Lynn Musselman Transferred to Lincoln from Tech in sophomore year. Clubs: Tech Girls’ Club; Pep Club, one semester. Staffs: Tech Library Staff, one semester. Lincoln D.E.C.A. Club, senior year. Sandra Lee Myers Clubs : Pep Club, Club, one year, one year. one year; Girls’ Club, three years; D.E.C.A. Music; Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Prep Choir, James C. Noland Clubs: Latin Club, three years; Drama Club, one year; Russian Club, two years. Offices: Secretary-Treasurer Russian Club. Music: Senior Choir, three years; Boys’ Glee Club, two years ; Madrigal, two years. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years; National Merit Letter of Commendation. Honors: Division one Award, State Speech Contest, sophomore year; Nominated Na¬ tional Council of Teachers of English ; Kiwanis Boy of the Month ; Plays “Little Women” sophomore year; “Out Of The Frying Pan”; “The First Mrs. Paris,” senior year; Managing Editor of Railsplitter; Co-Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Sports: Cross Country and Spring Track, one year. Senior Committee: Class Day. Leslie Kay Norman . Clubs: Latin Club, two years; Girls’ Club, three years; Girls Club Representative, senior year; Drill Team, one year. Council: Student Council, two years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year; Prep Choir, one year; Senior Choir, two years ; Madrigal, two years; Competitor for All-State Chorus, senior year. Staffs: Counselor’s Staff, two years. Sports: Tennis, two years, one letter. Senior Committee: Prom. John E. Ogden Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Council: Student Council, two years; Chief Justice, one year. Sports: Golf, one year; Football, one year; Basketball, two years, two letter’s; Track, one year, one letter; Cross Country, two years, two let¬ ters. Senior Committee: Treasury. Carol Sue Pabst Music: Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Staffs: Monitor, one year. Gary Stephen Parker Sports: Tech High Football, one year ; Basketball, one year ; Base¬ ball, two years; Wrestling, one year. Staffs: Monitor, one year. Council: Student Council, two years; All-City Student Council ; Student Court, three semesters. Transferred to Lincoln from Tech, junior year. Lincoln Monitor, one year. Honors: Scho¬ lastic Art Gold Key Winner; Art Center Scholarship. Senior Committee; Informal. Steven G. Payne Sports: Wrestling, one year; Baseball, one year: Staffs: Gym Staff, one year. Senior Committee: Class Day. Gail A. Pedersen Clubs: Futuie Teachers Club, two and one half years; Girls’ Club, three years; Pep Club, three years. Offices: Treasurer, Future Teachers, one year. Council : Student Council, one year. Staffs: Counseling Staff. Honors: Girls’ Club Representative on Financial Committee; Girls’ Club Dance and Decoration Com¬ mittee. Sports: Tennis, three years. Senior Committee: Prom. Fernando H. Peixoto Organizations : Dorian Art Club. Council: Student Council ; All- City Student Council. Foreign Exchange Student from Brazil. Senior Committee: Prom. — 48 — Sharon L. Quick Clubs : Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, two years. David C. Quijano Sports: Bastball, two years. Randall Ray Radke Sports : Baseball, one year; Spring Track, one year. Douglas Scott Rafdal Sports: Basketball, three years, one letter; Boys’ Golf, two years, one letter. Staffs: Monitor, one year. Scholarship: Honor Roll, sophomore year. Senior Committee: Class Day. Daniel C. Randa Staffs : Monitor, three years ; Scholarship : Honor Roll, two years. James K. Rankin Sports: Football, one year. Council: Student Council Alternate, two years. Staffs: Art Staff, one year. Senior Committee: Class Day. Terrie Sue Thomas Pennock Organizations: French Club, three years; Drill Team, three years; Girls’ Club Representative, one year. Staffs: Supply Room, three years ; Office Staff, one year. Music : Senior Choir, two years. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years. Senior Com¬ mittee : Banquet. Harold Edward Phillips Sports: Football, one year; Baseball, one year. Staffs : Monitor, one year. Senior Committee: Banquet. Carolyn J. Plemone Organizations: Pep Club, two years; Girls’ Club, three years. Music: Girls’ Glee Club, three years. Staffs: Monitor, sopho¬ more year. Sports: Tennis, one year; Golf, one year. Senior Committee: Informal Decorating. Susan Carol Pollard Organizations: Hospitality and Usher Committee, three years, Co-Chairman ; Future Teachers Club, two years; Drill Team, two years; Pep Club, two years; Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Teachers Aid, three years. Offices: Secretary Future Teachers Club, junior year. Honors: Representative for Pan American Day. Senior Committee: Prom. ■ 49 — Sally M. Rife Music: Senior Choir, three years; Madrigal, two years; Girls’ Sextet, one year; Girls’ Glee Club, one year; All-State Music Competition, one year. Clubs: Girls’ Club, three years; Drill Team, two years. Offices: Girls’ Club Historian, one year. Council: Student Council Alternate, one year. Staffs: Library Staff, one year; Sketch Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Scholar¬ ship: Honor Roll, one year. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. Karen Rae Roach Clubs: Pep Club, two years. Vernon Carroll Robbins Senior Committee: Senior party. Kenneth R. Robinson Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, one year. Staffs: Monitor, two years. Sports: Football, three yeai ' s, one letter; Wrestling, two years; Track, two years. Honors: All-City Honorable Mention Football. Treasurer of the Senior Class. Theresa Anita Rodriquez Clubs: Pep Club, one year; Leaders Club, one year; Gilds’ Club. Staffs: Homemaking Staff, junior year. Gene Charles Roland Organizations: Latin Club, sophomore year; Lettermen’s Club, three years. Staffs: Audio Visual, three years. Monitor, sopho- more year. Scholarship: Honor Roll one year. Council: Student Council three yeai’s; All-City Council three years. Offices: Vice- President Student Council, sophomore year; President of Student Council, senior year. Honors: Boys’ State and Boys’ Nation, junior year; Homecoming King candidate. Sports: Football three years, three letters ; Honorable Mention All-City football, sopho¬ more year; All-City, two years; Second Team All-State, junior year; First Team All-State senior year; Basketball, three years: Co-Captain sophomore year; All-City, junior year; All-State Honorable Mention; Track, three years, three letters; State Meet, junior year. Daniel D. Remele Music: Boys’ Glee Club, three years ; Senior Choir, one year. Staffs: Monitor, one year. Sports: Football, one year; Track, two years ; Cross Country, two years. Anthony Frank Renzo Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years; French Club, one year. Council: Student Council, one year. Sports: Tennis, three years, three letters. Captain in sophomore year. Staffs: Col¬ umnist Railsplitter, Sports Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Senior Committee: Cap and Gown ; Treasury. Janies Eldon Rice Sports: Wrestling, one year. John Allen Rice Music: Boys’ Glee Club, one semester. Staffs: Monitor, one year. —50 Richard D. Roland Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, one year. Monitor, one year. Council: Student Council, junior year. Sports: Football, three years, one letter; Wrestling, one year; Baseball, one year. Committees : Prom. Carol Jean Roth Organizations: Latin Club, three years; Future Teachers Club, two years; Leaders Club, three years; Pep Club, three years. Offices: Vice-President of Future Teachers Club, junior year; Girls’ Club Representative, senior year. Monitor, one semester. Staffs: Gym Staff, one semester. Council: Student Council, two years. Committees : Class Day. Pamela E. Rundberg Organizations: Latin Club, two years; Dorian Art Club, three years; Future Nurses Club, three years; Future Teachers Club, two years; Leaders Club, three years; Drama Club, one year. Staffs: Art Staff, two years; Nurses Staff, one year. Offices: Treasurer Dorian Art Club; Publicity Chairman Future Nurses Club. Scholarship: Honorable Mention, sophomore. Honors: Science Fair; Achievement Award ; 1962 Summer Junior Research Associate at Still College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery; Art Service Homeroom, sophomore and senior year; Chairman Junior Dance Committee, junior year. Committees: Senior In¬ formal Committee. Sports : Tennis, junior and senior year. Robert Runge Scholarship: High class rank, three years. Council: Student Council. Honor: Homeroom President, two years. Sports: Football, one year; Basketball, two years; Golf, three years. Committees : Senior Party. Daryl G. Rupp Organizations: French Club, one year; Photography Club, two years. Offices: Treasurer, French Club; President, Photography Club; Des Moines Engineering Scholarship to Iowa State Uni¬ versity. Council: Student Council, senior year. Sports: Football, one year; Wrestling, one year; Track, two years. Claudia Jane Rushing Clubs: Girls’ Club, two years; Leaders Club, two years; Pep Club, one year. Senior Committees: Commencement Announce¬ ments. Terry Lee Selby Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Sports: Football, two years; Swimming, one year, lettered; Baseball, two years. Committees : Prom. Robert Lee Sharp Council: Student Council, one year. Staffs: Monitor, two years. Sports: Baseball, three years; Football, one year. Senior Com¬ mittee : Senior Party. Marcia Diane Simas Organizations: Dorian Art Club, three years: Future Teachers Club, one year; Pep Club, two years. Offices : Merit Chairman of Future Teachers, two semesters; Girls’ Club Representative. Staffs : Art Staff, three years. Committees : Banquet. Don Robert Simmons Senior Committee: Cap and Gown. —51 — Pamela Kay Snook _. , , Organizations: Mermaids, one year; Pep Club, one year; Girls Club, three years; Drill Team, two years. Staffs; Journalism Glossy Editor. Honors: Noma Arithmetic Award. Rose Ann Soda , Organizations: Future Teachers Club, one year; Pep Club, two years. Staffs: Secretarial Staff. Honors: Noma Spelling Award. Lena Maxine Stalcup Music: Prep Choir, one year : Girls’ Glee Club, one year. Thomas Franklin Stanley Goldia Ann Stephen Clubs : Leaders Club, one year ; Camera Club, one year; Pep Club three years; Oigan Club, one year. Music: Played organ for assemblies, two years. Staffs: President Homemaking Staff, junior and senior year. Honors: Secretary, Junior Achievement, sophomore and junior year. Honor Roll, two years ; elected to McCalls National Teen Board; Attended Drake Career Day; Homeroom Secretary, three years. Committees : Class Party. Larry Leo Stephens Staffs : Monitor, three semesters. Suzette Gene Stephens Organizations: Latin Club, one year; Drama Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years. Offices: Girls’ Club Representative, two years. Staffs: Student Center Staff, three years; Accompanist Staff, three years; Railsplitter Back Page Editor. Music: Prep Choir; Girls’ Glee Club, three years; Senior Choir, two years. Honors : Flagtwirler, two years ; school plays, “Little Women” and “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.” District Speech Contest as a sophomore. Drill Team. Committee: Class Day. Douglas Stewart Council: Student Council, five semesters. Organizations: Moni¬ tor, one year. Sports: Football, two years; Baseball, one year. Committees: Class Day. Michael David Stump Sports: Football, two years ; Basketball, one year. Staffs: Moni tor, two years. J. Michael Sullivan Music : All-City Band. Sports: Golf, sophomore year. —52 Virginia Mae Terrell Organizations: Latin Club, three years; Drama Club, one year; Future Teachers Club, one year; Leaders Club, two years ; Russian Club, two years. Offices: Russian Club President, senior year. Staffs : Gym Staff, junior year. Music: Senior Choir, two years. Council: Student Council, three semesters. Honors: Decoration Committee of Junior Dance; School Play, “Many Loves of Dobie GillisMakeup Editor of Greenhorn issue of Railsplitter; Co¬ ordinator of Academic section of Railsplitter. Committees: Treasury, Banquet. Donna M. Thomas Kent Truber Sports: Wrestling, letter at Western High, California. Charlayne Lou Utley Organizations : Pep Club, sophomore year. Staffs : Monitor, soph¬ omore year; Bookkeeping Staff, junior year. Honors: Scholastic Art Award, junior year. James W. Ver Huel Organizations : Latin Club, one year - . Staffs : Monitor, two years. Music : Senior Choir, Boys’ Glee Club, three years. Sports: Foot¬ ball, sophomore year. William F. Vermie Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, two years. Staffs: Monitor, three years. Council: Student Council, two years. Scholarship: Honor Roll, junior year. Sports: Wrestling, three years, two let¬ ters ; Football, sophomore year. Phyllis Syme Transferred to Lincoln from Bayside High School, Bayside, New York. At Bayside was on Honor Roll, two years; Teachers Aid; Service Squad; Swimming Club. At Lincoln Future Teachers Club; French Club. Senior Committee: Commencement An¬ nouncements. Carol Frances Taber Organizations : Latin Club, three years ; Russian Club, tw o years ; Future Nurses Club, three years ; Future Teachers Club, one year. Offices: Historian of Future Nurses Club, senior year; Gilds’ Club Representative, one year. Staffs: Nurses Staff, one year; Library Staff, one semester. Music: Prep Choir, one semester; Girls’ Glee Club, one semester; Senior Choir, two years. Council: Student Council, three semesters ; Representative to Red Cross Council, sophomore and junior year; Choirman of Red Cross Committee, junior year. Senior Committee: Informal. David Edward Tallant Staffs: Student Center Staff, junior year; Monitor, one year. Sports: Football, one year; Baseball, one year. Loretta J. Tassin Organizations: Pep Club, three years; Russian Club, two years; French Club, one year. Staffs: Girls ' Advisors Staff, junior and senior years. Committees : Commencement Announcements. 53 Rebecca K. Wadle Music: Band, senior year. Honors : Math Award. Clubs : Span ish Club, junior year. George Wagner Bruce LeRoy Walker Clubs: Latin Club, two years; Lettermen’s Club, senior year. Music: Band ; All-City Band. Council: Student Council, three years; All-City Student Council, two years. Sports: Football, three years, letter; Basketball, three years, letter; Track, two years. Sports Editor of Railsplitter; Chairman of Student Center Committee. Mable Koons Clubs: Pep Club, two years, Indianola High School. Music: Band, two years, one letter and two Gold Bars, Indianola. Lin¬ coln High Pep Club, one year. Ray Warne Clubs: Junior Achievement. Staffs: Monitor, sophomore year. Sports: Football, sophomore year. Committees: Senior Informal. Gary Warrell Jerry C. Villines Organizations: Dorian Art Club, four years. Staffs: Art Staff, four years. Scholarship: Full scholarship to the Art Center. Monitor, sophomore year. Sports : Swimming, senior year. Com¬ mittees : Prom. James R. Volkamer Organizations: Dorian Art Club, three years. Staffs: Art Staff, two years; Monitor, two years; Service Homeroom, two years. Sports : Football, one year. Honors: President of Junior Achieve¬ ment Company. Committees : Senior Party. Dian Wade Organizations: Leaders Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years. Staffs: Student Center Staff, two years; Girls’ Advisor Office Staff, two years ; Homemaking Staff, one year. Frederick C. Wadle Sports: Football, two years; Track, two years. — 54 — Charles Albert Warren Clubs: D.E.C.A. Club, senior year, Parliamentarian. Staffs: Monitor, junior year. Susan Marie Way Clubs: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years; Future Teachers Club, five semesters; French Club, two years; Drill Team, senior year. Offices: Representative to Girls’ Club; Pub¬ licity Committee, junior year; Vice-President Future Teachers Club, senior year. Sports: Tennis, three years. Committee: Prom. Sheryl Ann Webb Clubs: Latin Club, one year; Leaders Club, three years; Future Nurses Club, one year; Girls’ Club, three years ; Pep Club, three years ; French Club, senior year ; Drill Team, three years. Offices : Secretary of Leaders Club; Secretary of French Club. Staffs: Gym Staff, three years ; Office Staff, three years. Council: Stu¬ dent Council, senior year. Honors: Cheerleader, sophomore. Committees : Chairman of Informal Committee. Michael West Staffs: Monitor, two years. Sports: Football, sophomore year; Wrestling, two years. Sandra Kay West Clubs: French Club, thi ' ee years ; Latin Club, three yeai-s ; Lead¬ ers Club, sophomore year; Girls’ Club, thi ' ee yeai-s. Offices: Treasurer of French Club ; Chairman of Ticket Committee for Gii ' ls’ Club Dance; Gilds’ Club Alternate Representative in senior year. Staffs: Organization Staff of Railsplitter. Music: Band, three years. Mary Anne Whaley Organizations: Pep Club, three years; Girls’ Club, three years; French Club, two years ; Drill Team, senior year. Staffs : Office Staff, two years; Library Staff, two years ; Managing Editor of Railsplitter; Make-up Editor of Senior Railsplitter. Music: Senior Choir, three years ; All-State Chorus, two years ; Madrigal, two years; Girls’ Glee Club, junior year; Sextet, two years. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years. Honors: Play, “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.” Committees : Prom. Donald Oliver Whitmarsh Clubs: Latin Club, three years; Lettermen’s Club, two years. Offices: Secretary of Lettermen’s Club. Music: Prep Choir, one year; Senior Choir, senior year. Sports: Cross Country, Spring Track, sophomore year; Track Manager, junior year, lettered. Honors: Saturday Biology Class, sophomore; Saturday Physics Class, senior year. Valerie Rae Wickert Clubs: French Club, senior year; Girls’ Club. Staffs: Counselor’s Office Staff. Committees : Informal Dance Committee. Glenn Robert Williams Honors: Monitor, junior and senior year. Robert Michael Williams Clubs: Russian Club, two years; Lettermen’s Club, two years. Offices: President of Russian Club, junior year. Editor of Rail¬ splitter. Council: Student Council, three years; All-City Stu¬ dent Council, two years; All-City Student Council Executive Board. Scholarship: Honor Roll, three years. Honors: Junior Research Associate at Des Moines College of Osteopathic Medi¬ cine and Surgery, junior year; Senior year Thrift Essay Con¬ test Winner; Attended State University of Iowa as National Science Foundation Research Student. Sports: Football, three years, two letters. Basketball, Baseball, Wrestling, one year; Golf, two years, one letter. — 55 — Timothy H. Wilson Music: Boys’ Glee Club, three years; Senior Choir, three years. Honors: Monitor, one year. Sports: Football, sophomore year; Wrestling, sophomore year; Track, sophomore year. Served on Senior Informal Committee. Mary Viola Wilson Organizations: Girls’ Club, three years; Girls’ Club Representa¬ tive, one year; Pep Club, two years ; Leader’s Club. Staffs: Gym Staff, one year; Monitor, one year. Girls’ Club Dance Entertain¬ ment Committee. William Wilson Staffs: Gym Staff, one year; Audio Visual Staff, one year; Monitor, one year. Larry Winne John M. Woolheater Organizations : Latin Club, three years. Monitor, one year. Judy Yenzer Organizations: Latin Club, three years ; French Club, two years ; French Club Treasurer, one year; Girls’ Club representative, one year; Leaders Club, two years. Staffs: Gym Staff, one year. Informal Committee. Ronald Young Honors: Monitor, one year. Sports: Wrestling, three years; Baseball, one year ; Track, one year. Marilyn Jean Zeliadt Staffs: Secretarial Staff, two years. Music: Band, three years; All-City Band, two years. Honors: Silver Seal Noma Arithmetic Award. Committees: Secretarial. Judy Elaine Zibert Organizations: Nurses Club, senior year. Music: Band, three years. Michael R. Hagen Organizations: Lettermen’s Club, three years. Sports: Wrest¬ ling, three years, two letters; Second place in City Wrestling Meet, senior year; Baseball, one year. — 56 — Seniors Not Pictured: John F. Comito Dale Daughenbaugh Arnett Davis Dennis Fessler Robert Fickes Ronald Heim Delores Simpson Tom Spencer Nick Sposato Clifton R. Young Rummer £ckcci (jtaduateA Anthony Joseph Debolt Robert D. Lowe IVfaline E. Thompson — 57 — • • • giiJe to theM HalL Give life to our memories and they will become your memories. We leave the halls echoing what we have done—the triumphs and frustra¬ tions, joys and pains, laughter and tears. We leave slowly, wondering— what can they do and will they do it? Give to these halls all of yourself— climb horizons to new accomplishments and these halls will echo you. I lift HwercwA HOMEROOM 221—Front row, left to right: Mr. Cox, Linda Arnold, Ardyth Bennett, Carol Blase, Linda Bell, Mary Beggs. Second row, left to right: Kathy Anderson, Donna Bexell, Sharon Batterton, Connie Bice, Barbara Barnard, Tim Bird. Third row, left to right: Den¬ nis Baayen, Kenneth Berry, Dick Angove, Salvadore Ayala, Craig Bartholomew, David Al¬ exander, Charles Andreano. Fourth row, left to right: Bob Baum, Ronald Anderson, Steve Allen, Gary Akers, Jesse Bener, Duane Bockman, Ronald Bal¬ lard, Bob Allen. HOMEROOM 223—Front row, to right: Miss Ealy, Romona Campos, Jean Bowers, Cheryl Bradshaw, Jane Bowen, Ronna Bridle, Temple Candler, Tom Bordonaro, Gary Cataldo, Cindy Boyd. Second row, left to right: Trina Bresely, Edna Carlo, Judy Brock, Claudia Bragg, Cathy Brown, Robert Burns, Steve Brody, Dennis Carroll. Third row, left to right: Ray Brown, David Caliguri, Larry Brown, Linda Carroll, Susan Brightwell, Mitzi Calvert, Laura Brown, Jo Ellen Brown. Fourth row, left to right: Jim Bos¬ ton, Chuck Campbell, Gorden Bowman, Merrill Bowman, Kent Brown, Jerry Brown, Ray Cal¬ kins, Irving Canfield. HOMEROOM 235—Front row, left to right: Mr. Graaff, Bev¬ erly Cox, Chris Courtney, Sandy Close, Eileen Cole, Rosalie Ca- trone, Charlene Collins, Pam Creasy. Second row, left to right: Craig Comisky, Paulette Chido, Kathleen Craighton, Peg¬ gy Copic. Cheryl Cook, Debbie Cole. Third row, left to right: Earl Cosner, Dick Cherry, Bob Cocharan, Judy Cox, Sandy Ce- buhar, Jim Conrath, Nancy Chase. Fourth row, left to right: Ron Chapman, Melvin Crippen, Bruce Croll, Steve Cox, Bob Clark, Dave Cross, Steve Conners. HOMEROOM 227—Front row, left to right: Mr. Stone, Jackie Dunning, Sue Day, Norman Daughenbaugh, Karen Dulaney, Pam Dougherty, Linda DiMaio, Barbara Dick, Nancy Damer- ville. Second row, left to right: Darla Dunham, Debbie Dren- ner, Sue Davidson, Nanette Ed¬ mond, Joan Day, Linda Dale, Lynn Davenport, Doreen Davis. Third row, left to right: Rus¬ sell Dillenger, Oren DeShong, Hal Durham, Dennis Dickey, Rod Davis, Pat Dilley. Fourth row, left to right: Dennis Eil- bert, Eugene Davis, Fred Egg- ers. Bob Dow, Guye DeFran- cisco. HOMEROOM 201—Front row, left to right: Sandra Ellis, Pat Flaherty, Rosemarie Ellis, Karen Evans, Pat Erickson, Candy Fagen, Shirley Glich. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Hild¬ reth, Peg Floden, Vicki Frank¬ lin, Pam Fergusen, Wilma Fred¬ erick, Marilyn Evans, Linda Feagins, Leota Gilbert, Donna Gardner. Third row, left to right: Toni Fletcher, Linda Franzen, Glenda Foust, Betty Free. Fourth row, left to right: Steve Garland, Ed Fatino, Gary Gioffredi, Ray Free, Gary Gillam. HOMEROOM 239—Front row, left to right: Carol Goodpas¬ ture, Janet Grubb, Monna Greer, Karen Grandstaff, Toni Guile, Jean Groth. Second row, left to right: Mr. Hoskins, Linda Greenleaf, Loraine Hayes, Carol Heim, Marcia Henry, Joyce Gray. Third row, left to right: Bill Hall, Clarence Hoff, Mike Grubb, Mary Kay Ham¬ mer, Diane Higgins, Sandy Heck, Becky Gowdy. Fourth row, left to right: Tom Harper, Pat Graham, Dick Hair, Pat Graves, Tom Herman, Pete Goodwin. t . » »Vv W s V ' . . r tWt S HOMEROOM 226—Front row, left to right: Mr. Kelling, Dorothy Howard, Elizabeth House, Pat Kellogg, Betty James, Carolyn Kirschboom, Shirley Hogue. Second row, left to right: Linda Howard Bar¬ bara Jones, Gloria Jorgenson, Jim Kinney, Mike Jordon, Re¬ gina Hyland, Larry Kennedy, Tom Kline. Third row, left to right: Dennis Kellogg. Darrell Kitterman, Tom Inhofe, Roger Jones, Bob Keefer, Doris Jones, Donna Jones, Tim Holt. Fourth row, left to right: Gary Jen¬ nings, George Kline Greg Kent, Eddie Koons, Mark Hutchings, Allen Joss, Rex Huxford. HOMEROOM 120—Front row, left to right: Dick Lee, Steve Lacey, Judy Loffredo, Sherry Mahrenholz, Maria Madonia, Paula McDonald, Barbara La- rick. Second row, left to right: Jeanette Mason, DeeAnn Lay- ton, Judy Marturello, Jill Leo¬ pold, Judy Lewis, Joanne Lof¬ fredo, Linda Mattson, Michael Lamson. Third row, left to right: Dan Law, Jim Lightner, Terry McCammon, Don Mc- Conkey, Bill McCarty, Sue Mc¬ Cullough. Fourth row, left to right: Don Loffredo, Pete Maz- za, Doug Marshall, Scott Mc¬ Daniels, Bob Mackey, Randy LeCocq, Chuck McKay, Larry McConnell, Darrell Lawrence. HOMEROOM 211—Front row, left to right: Mr. Crocker, Dave Mortimore, Kathy Morrill, Jen¬ ny Naples, LuEllen Mitchell, Sue Miller, Connie Moore. Second row, left to right: Don Murphy, Ruth Meline, Sue Neu- werth, Sue Merkel, Diane Mueh- lenthaler, Ethel Miller, Deanna Moffitt. Third row, left to right: Connie Mickelson, Gary Munyon, Richard Nichols, Bob Morlan, Tim Meline, Jerene Myerly. Fourth row, left to right: Jerry Mousglia, Jack Milligan, Tom Murphy, Art Nizzi, Tom Mendenhall, Gary Mulenberg, Dennis Mefferd, Henry Maugkin. " A - ' HOMEROOM 135—Front row, left to right: Anthony Paterno, Jan Osberg, Renee O’Keefe, Shereen Owens, Linda Paulie, Paula O’Donoghue, Cindy O’¬ Conner. Second row, left to right: Gregg Oppedal, Vicki Peterson, Judy Oltrogge, Dolores Passack, Karla Ort, Mary Orte¬ ga. Third row, left to right: Harland Peterson, Rick Norden- son, Vera Ogle, Sonia Perry, Marna Petersen, Myrna Peter¬ sen, Nancy Petersen. Fourth row, left to right: Phil Noah, Bill Parker, Dave O’Neal, Fred Perry, John Perry, Robert Phillips. HOMEROOM 126—Front row, left to right: Mrs. Young, Con¬ nie Rima, Dennis Romeo, Glor¬ ia Richardson, Dianna Rogers, Vadime Reeves, Janie Roberts, Sandra Reck. Second row, left to right: Jim Rushing, Rich¬ ard Richardson, Lewis Rands, Frank Riechenbacker, Richard Reynolds, Donna Quijano, Wil¬ ma Roustio. Third row, left to right: Doyle Reynolds, Diane Rogers, Vicki Ruperto, Cathy Reynolds, Suzanna Robinson, Karla Ruff, Louise Quaintarce, Leroy Raymond, Alice Randol. Fourth row, left to right: Bruce Reeves, Joe Porter, David Robinson, Jim Rhoades, Charles Robb, Tom Reed, Floyd Robb, Tom Rogers, Don Ramsey. HOMEROOM 215—Front row, left to right: Mr. Hickey, Kathy Salais, Sue Scott, Jackie Shif¬ ter, Bernadine Sheffer, Elaine Schoster, Cathy Schoffer, Carl¬ ton Simpson, Sharon Simon. Second row, left to right: Shirley Singleton, Rosemary Schorman, Brenda Simonson, Annette Shaw, Susan Slorah, Marcia Sneller, Hilton Simpson. Third row, left to right: Judy Smith, Linda Scott, Diane Smith, Susan Smith, Beverly Short, Sheryl Shrader, Lynn Smith, Richard Schnoor, David Smith. Fourth row, left to right: Roger Solt, Jim Santage, Russ Saylor, Doug Saylor, Francis Scarcello, Tom Simon, Don South, George Skalicky. HOMEROOM 129—Front row, left to right: Mrs. Richardson, Linda Thompson, Jean Timber, Lucinda Valadez, Judy Temby, Barbara Stubbs, Sheryl Stewart, Nancy Tam, Nancy Ury. Sec¬ ond row, left to right: Jane Trickey, Kay Tucker, Jean Thomas, Cheryl Surber, Pat Thompson, Nancy Tarr, Charles Troe. Third row, left to right: Don Stites, Les Statler, Bob Thomas, Bill Thornton, Franz Van de Boe, Tom Tucker, Charles Van Dyke, Howard Tomlinson. Fourth row, left to right: George Tew, Richard Toon, Todd Textor, John Trent, Dean Thomas. HOMEROOM 113—Front row, left to right: Miss Selby, Linda Wallace, Barbara Welles, Bev¬ erly Whaler, Bevra Worthing¬ ton, Bruce Whitaker. Second row, left to right: Shartlyne Wagner, Marsha White, Peter Wityk, Edward West, Vickie Winter, Patricia Webber, Sue Wolff. Third row, left to right: Linda White, Larry Whitford, Allen Zimmerman, Eric Young, Conrad Zimmerman, Dennis Waterman, Kay Zimmerman, Mary Whipple. Fourth row, left to right: Roger Winter, Bob Williams, Steve White, Ronald Wacome, Terry Wollensen. 10ft ffeiitewtynJ HOMEROOM 203—Front row, left to right: Miss Ahrens, Jim Armstrong, Sam Allison, Wayne Adamson, Peggy Ash, Linda Anderson, Melody Been, Cindy Agar. Second row, left to right: Bob Beavers, Tim Andriano, Larry Ball, Craig Bales, Peg¬ gy Armstrong, Judy Baker, Judy Auestad, Cindy Beatie. Third row, left to right: Rich¬ ard Albizo, Larry Archibald, Bill Baker, Richard Bartlett. Laura Ancell, Debra Abbott, Terri Bachman, Kathi Baayen. HOMEROOM 217— Front row, left to right: Miss Anderson, Ronald Bahall, Myra Boylan, Ruth Bowen, Betty Blase, Pen- ni Bradbury, Dominic Bernard}. Second row, left to right: James Berry, Steve Buchanan, Randy Bradley, Danny Booth, Diana Brierly, Margaret Bishop, Rosemary Bernal. Third row, left to right: Donna Burton, Linda Bertrand, Linda Bright- well, Mary Ann Burke, Beverly Bruce, Nancy Brickman, Nancy Blackford. Fourth row, left to right: Gregory Blanchard, Toni Biddle, Robert Booth, Martha Beggs, Susan Bulwan, Patti Bunch, Lucretia Berardi, Carol Bresley, Charles Bumpilori. [ r r f A • ; i afc. 1 M r - ? ■ t ; HOMEROOM 202—Front row, left to right: Mr. Berry, Carol Cook, David Ceretti, Linda Cornelson, Linda Chandler, Judy Courtney, Sherry Cottrell, Billie Jean Craft, Marilynn Cosper. Second row, left to right: Yeneatia Carroll, Terre Candler, Sue Christenson, Mar¬ sha Clark, Betty Codaro, Cheryl Crawford, Debbie Conn, Cheryl Cox, Nancy Craighton. Third row, left to right: Vince Car¬ ter, David Caldwell, Henry Cootz, Bill Carmicheal, George Clark, David Chamberland, Jew¬ el Coultas, Linda Christenson. HOMEROOM 119—Front row, left to right: Mrs. Bevington, Donna Dillon, Diana Eaton, Dennis Dullard, Barbara Cret- singer, Marilyn Dodson. Second row, left to right: Patricia Davis, Mary Damerville, Kar¬ en Davis, Della Custer, DyAnn Duffy, Susan Dodson, Marcia Day, Eva Cross. Third row, left to right: Rosemary DeFino, Vicki Docken, Joyce Davis, Connie DeFrancisco, Lynda Deeds, Gary Davidson, Dennis Delmott, Lawrence Diickes. Fourth row, left to right: Jeff Douglas, Greg Davis, Terry Drenner, Mike Crook, Richard Eaton, Don Damerville, Bruce Curtis. HOMEROOM 233—Front row, left to right: Charlotte Faulk¬ ner, Phyllis Freel, Glenda Em¬ ery, Karen Foust, Mary Find¬ ley, Beth Ellis, Barbara Freed, Diane Feakes, Sandy Farris. Second row, left to right: Charyl Foster, Chuck Flem¬ ming, Ken Elliott, Ralph Fogue, Cheryl Fontanini, Janet Ford, Linda Fisher, Sharon Foster. Third row, left to right: Rhon¬ da Foust, Phil Fox, Jon. Fuller, Dennis Fritz, Bob Evans, Ron Foreman, Dennis Elliott, Janis Franklin, Karen D. Forrest, Vicky Foronato. HOMEROOM 238—Front row, left to right: Nancy Furlong, Cynde Gracey, Barbara Gray, Marsha Gramm, Susan Garland, Suzanne Goodman, Steve Gar¬ wood, Richard Graves. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Bry¬ ant, Janet Garrity, Vickie Gertson, Joan Hackley, Diana Glick, Barbara Gilson, Rhea Grant, Gloria Gray, Jeanne Graham. Third row, left to right: Clayton Grubb, Don Gas¬ ton, James Glick, Darrell Grubb, Bob Griffith, Gerald Gulling, Rick Grant, Charles Gould, Dennis Gates. HOMEROOM 101—Front row, left to right: Mr. Dougherty, Pam Haines, Linda Hatcher, Linda Henderson, Connie Hodge, Sandra Horn, Danny Hemphill, Jim Hamlin. Second row, left to right: Michele Irving, Sherri Hollison, Joyce Henry, Allan Hitchcock, Cliff Hildenbrand, Mel Hardenbrook, Rolland Harvey, Bob Haines. Third row, left to right : Debera Haugh, Janis Hamm, Linda Hanner, Pat Hall, Dick Hansell, Carroll Henderson, David Hei- ser, Steve Holt. HOMEROOM 103—Front row, left to right: Miss Davison, Da¬ vid Kline, Danella Johnson, Bonnie Jones, Mary Kent, Dar¬ lene Kline, Susan Knight, Cathy Johnson, Larry Kinney. Second row, left to right: Linda Ja- quinta, Diana Kirschbaum, Carol Jarnigan, Mary Jane Jackman, Jeri Kothenbeutal, Deborah Kellen, Marilyn Jones, Elaine Jackson. Third row, left to right: Chuck Kemp, Terry King, Bob Kent, William Ken¬ nedy, A1 Kuehl, Karen Jensen, Suzzanne Jones. Fourth row, left to right : Robin Karnes, Tom Johnson, Charles Jones, Victor Jackovich. || ; gl : ! S m i • JgP|k I j Pi n % JB W B ’ 1 J, 111 HOMEROOM 136—Front row, left to right: Mr. Gilbert, Den¬ nis Levang, Dave Larson, Katy McCoy, Theresa Lacona, Diana Lint, Linda Lyon, Donna Mc¬ Cook Second row, left to right: Mike Lint, Ron Lister, Linda Leaf, Ginger Leo, Barbara Mc- Conkey, Lynette Lindsey, Lin¬ da McCain, Vicki McCabe, Rick Larson. Third row, left to right: Bob McCabe, Les Leslie, John Lee, Rick Lepley, Ray Lockhart, Don Ledlie, Dick Loney, Linda Locke. Fourth row, left to right: Jeff Lines, Gordon Longdon, Rudy Lucia, Oren McConnell, Jim McCoy. HOMEROOM — BOYS’ GYM— Front row, left to right: Charles Miller, Sterling Menden¬ hall, Albert Meek, David Mack, Paula McKinley, Dorothy Mar- turello, Billy Mills. Second row, left to right : Lynda Miller, Dixie Matney, Marie Milisenda, Mary McDonald, Dorothy Mer¬ cer, Sandy Meier, Ronella Mc- Kibben, Jeanette Marks. Third row, left to right: Clark Mc¬ Mullen, Jim Mills, Tim Mar¬ shall, Bob McDanie l, Mike Mc¬ Gee, Doug E. Miller, Danny Millis, Billie Ann McKowen. Fourth row, left to right: Mike Mason, David McKay, James Mahaffey, Tracy Miller, Doug R. Miller. HOMEROOM 240—Front row, left to right: Mr. Gary Miller, Linda Morlan, Glenda Murphy, Judy Miner, Vicki Noah, Ann Morgan, Pamela Nelson, Joyce Mortimore, Carol Nelson. Sec¬ ond row, left to right: Alan Morton, Bob Moore, Rickey Myers, Ron Nichols, David Norman, Mark Mondt, Carl Mondt, Dennis Mitchell. Third row, left to right: Robert Neatherry, Donald Minks, Steve Nordstrom, Bruce Mutchler, Mike Musgrave, Larry Morrison, Jerry Mogensen, Carolyn Moore. HOMEROOM 26—Front row, left to right: Mr. Miller, Linda Parcel, Sharon Patterson, Lana O’Donoghue, Karen Palmer, Pam Phillips, Jackie Pieart, Sally Osborne. Second row, left to right : Arlene Peterson, Car¬ lin Peer, Sandra Phillips, Paul Petty, Reb ecca Pender, Phip Papineau. Third row, left to right: Marv Pearson, Vernon Pruitt, Jerry Parker, Steve Powers, Darrell Ptasnic, Mike O’Deay, Mike Pitts, Craig Por¬ ter, Rollin Pieart. Fourth row, left to right: Fred Port, Ed Parker, Dan Poison, Bruce Quigley, Bob Paul, Jim Ogden, John Outhouse, Randy Payne, Dennis Oswold. • 1 ii i Pi , , 1 t 1 ■ W-: ' I |j flft 1 jt ' ■ 1 ; It ' |P t. m ft m HOMEROOM 102—Front row, left to right: Miss O’Brien, Cheryl Rhodes, Sandra Reed, Terry Roll, Rose Roustio, Eva Rice. Second row, left to right: Greg Raymond, Carolyn Riley, Judi Rankis, Shirley Ramsey, Andrea Rivera, Mary Reeves, Linda Roberts, Linda Remer. Third row, left to right: Susan Robbins, Beverly Randal, Helen Randall, Connie Ritchhart, Phyllis Rooney, Karol Robinson, Charlotte Robson. Fourth row, left to right: Ricky Ramusses, Tom Rhoades, Frank Rizzuti, John Rector, Kelly Riley, Ron Rissman, Bob Randall. HOMEROOM 209—Front row, left to right: Susan Scharn- weber, Mary Ann Sigman, Con¬ nie Selby, Margaret Salais, San¬ dra Slorah, Merrilyn Schwab, Ginger Smith, Patty Sherman. Second row, left to right: Mr. Peacock, Ricky Sims, Calvin Scott, Paul Smith, Lee Shaw, Don Sighs, Janet Russo, Olga Skalicky. Third row, left to right: Ricky Smith, Richard Sayers, John Simansons, Mi¬ chael Sandon, Bruce Sater, Charles Sanders, Jerry Shep¬ herd. .J HOMEROOM 30—Front row, left to right: Diana Swine- hart, Claudia Sweet, Willetta Stevens, Johanna Sterrett, Nan¬ cy Stevens, Sue Summerfield. Second row, left to right : Mr. Peterson, Barbara Tarr, Cindy Swackhammer, Laura Smothers, Allison Syme, Kay Stoker, Vir¬ ginia Staley, Karen Stoker. Third row, left to right: Linda Sorenson, June Striffler, Diana Stumpf, Linda Swarts, Linda Tassin, Jim Stephens, Joe Snel- ler, John Soto. Fourth row, left to right : Dennis Spitzer, L ' ave Sparks, Bill Stanfield, Neal Suzza, Mark Steward, Jerome Stender, Don Sy ver¬ son, Barry Snover, Bill Tamasi. HOMEROOM 216—Front row, left to right : Miss Harrell, Ruth Thompson, Jannie Tucker, Mary Vaughn, Clara Vaughn, Roger Veach, David Veach, Larry Villines, Rita Vitale. Sec- cond row, left to right : Chuck Vanderpool, Mike Temple, Den¬ nis Thomas, Jim Trowar, Susan Vermie, Pat Thompson, Coleen Tucker, Henry Vasey. Third row, left to right : Ted Town¬ send, Richard Violett, Dick Tate, Daryl Thorpe, Dennis Taylor, Steve Torgersen, Dick Tillinghast. Fourth row, left to right: Jon VanCleave, Gary Vi- vone, Dennis Umphress, Arthur VanRoekel. mm HOMEROOM 220—Front row, left to right: Miss Sutter, Twyla Wallace, Janice Warden, Donna Wheeler, Judy Wilson, Carol Worley, Diana Welbom, Sheryl Young, Kathy Wester- hausen, Margaret Windsor. Sec¬ ond row, left to right : Homer Wood, Robert Wright, John Wilkinson, Kathy Yakovich, Marsha Wilson, Marla Wilson, Janice Willis, Sharon Workman, Sheryl Winter. Third row, left to right: Dennis Winfrey, Den¬ nis Wright, Albert Williams, John Williams, Dale Ward, Tom Wood, Robert White, Walton Whitlatch, Bob Workman. Venice Mwercm HOMEROOMS 139 and Girls’ Gym—Front row, left to right: Anna Tillinghast, Jan Isley, Marjie Reeves, Linda Minks, Sheryl Silcott, Carmen Olechno- vics. Second row, left to right: Mi ' s. Mooney, Candy Phillips, Judy Devine, Janice Dennis, Jamie Pennock. Third row, left to right: Mr. Allen, Linda Menard, Carol Garlock, Tim Andriano, Terry Wilson, Jim Stanley, Dwayne Baker, Ace Hendricks, Phil Fox. HOMEROOM 36—Left to right: Mr. Whaley, Mike Hawn, Kent Wagner, Bill Clark, Terry Aber¬ nathy, Marlys Rowe, Suzanne Summy, Judy Kothenbeutel, Milva McCaw. 9 f Hwerm ttJ HOMEROOM 206—Front row, left to right: Howard Brown, Leslie Conrey, Carla Burchfield, Debby Aubert, Lila Benton, Kathy Cole, Mary DeFraneisco, Delana Barber. Second row, left to right: Mr. Ramp, Dan Cox, Tony Ban-atta, Carl Brad¬ shaw, Becky Clark, Joyce Brightwell, Lee Ellen Clifford, Cindy Abbott, Patricia Andri- ano. Third row, left to right: Steve Booth, Craig Chapman, Sam Colacino, Jerry Bulkley, Don Brown, Robert Brown, Ron Arnett, Steve Baltzley. Fourth row, left to right: Simon Cas- ady, David Conn, Glenn Bowles, John Campbell, Terry Burk, Steve Carter, Jerry Cox, Frank Acri, Frank Anderson. HOMEROOM 232—Front row, left to right : Mr. Taylor, Dorothy Kawaguchi, Rita Hen¬ derson, Patty Greinleaf, Renie Hackley, Kathy Hegwood, Linda Kennedy, Pat Fatino, Brad Day, Larry Docken, Lonnie Docken. Second row, left to right: Dan Jordan, Peter Greco, Kathy Kellen, Clara Franzen, Jackie Jones, Jannise Frome, Dale Hansen, Gene Haigh, Don Kinney. Third row, left to right : Lyle Fritz, Sheryl Hayden, Patty Evans, Luciann Graziano, Dave Kendrick, Joan Jennings, Donna Harbert, Char¬ lene Hatch, Laura Lair. Fourth row, left to right: John Erick¬ son, Perry Hutchison, Kim Dren- ner. Bill Kline, Lyle Kline, Dennis Davis, Wayne Fluner, Tony Guzman, Jim Lamotta, Don Houk. HOMEROOM 219—Front row, left to right: Mr. Talarico, Jackie Lewis, Charlotte Mc¬ Guire, Jackie McCann, Connie McCann, Susie Owens, Joe O’¬ Connor. Second row, left to right: Dale Remele, Dicta Picht, Nancy Melone, Anne O’- Deay, Julie Miller, Floyd May. Third row, left to right: Reg¬ inald Leggitt, Tom Lukehart, Elwood Peterson, David Ritchie, Ron Pardekooper, Andrew Mea¬ dows, Jim Morris. Fourth row, left to right: Gary Roach, Steve McDonald, Ron Paveglio, Jim Neuwerth, Dan Olson, Jack Paulson, Alan Moyle, Steve Newton. L HOMEROOM 225—Front row, left to right: Helen Roth, Phyllis Warrell, Mary Rushing, Jackie Whitford, Guy Stumpf, Barry Zeroni, Jack Yakovich, Dennis Shepard, Deborah Whit- acre. Second row, left to right: Mr. Ewers, Debora Woodford, Pamela Summy, Margaret Whit- marsh, Richard Shaw, Dan Summy, Bill Tassin, Jim Shra¬ der. Third row, left to right: Janet Walker, Elizabeth Rowe, Carolyn Thompson, Mike Young, Charles Russo, John Sirianni, Larry Vermie, Chuck Yates. Fourth row, left to right: Suzanne Stegman, Theresa So¬ da, Richard Townsend, Robert Turner, Gary Speck, Arthur Scherrer, Larry Wilbois, Jim Thompson, Craig Shelton. l Uwerccm’A HOMEROOM 24—Front row, left to right: Nancy Badger, Judy Cleveland, Linda Anders, Diana Bowman, Bonnie Craw¬ ford, Carol Agan, Pat Clifford. Second row, left to right : Mr. Hammond, Don Collins, Frank Colacino, Mark Brewer, Don Cramblit, Dave Crippen, Ray Biddle, Paula Cook. Third row, left to right: Tim Conrey, Phil Barber, Bryan Cole, Tom Con¬ rey, Mike Blanchard, Rod Da¬ vis, Mike Aubert, Barbara Ber- ardi. Fourth row, left to right: Bruce Dickes, Kirk Dickey, Dave Anderson, Arlen Beck, Curt Cunningham, Gary Cook, Dwight Collins, John Bright- well, James Braman. HOMEROOM 140—Front row, left to right: Chris Johnson, Rick Eytcheson, Tom Hendricks, Dennis Huston, Pat Fazio, Karen Faust, Jackie Guzman, Wannette Henderson, Dave Jobe. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Schwartz, Linda Heddon, Hilarie Gray, Bev Griffen, Lin¬ da Greene, Ardean Gillman, Doug Garnett, Bill Glanz, Rick Jennings. Third row, left to right : Pam Galloway, Shirley Hatch, Kathy Huston, Connie Ingledue, Tim Dow, Jim Fonta- nini, Ken Easter, Dennis Han- ner, Ken Fritz. V a Jk JflHpPr fr 5 " 4 » |p|b| J Wi 1 Hr 1L " " 9m : ■ s- ' -iPS E ' HOMEROOM CAFE—Front row, row, left to right: Mr. Brott, Alden Messer, Richard Kline, Jim Lucia, Nancy McConnell, Karla Merfen, Mary Meadows, Kathy Mills, Wendy Melone. Second row, left to right: Mar¬ tin Merrifield, Lonnie McNew, Alan Klein, Leslie McDonald, Maureen McCoy, Mary Susan Maxon, Alice Lucia, Mary Met- tler, Marcia Lint. Third row, left to right : Richard Miller, Phil Kauzlarich, Frank Lacona, Ken King, Vicky Learning, Bar¬ bara Manz, Linda Lee Leonard, Donna Leach, LuAnn Loffredo, Diane Lewis. joo . 4ft HTOQ8! rnmmmi HOMEROOM 236—Front row, left to right:. Mr. Rouse, Christine Russo, Marilyn Nus- ser, Michelle Morris, Sandra Murray, Susan Morris, Janet Scharnweber, Gracie Rumley. Second row, left to right: Phyllis Reynolds, Patty Redding, Kathy Rasmussen, Nancy Rey¬ nolds, Janet Saylor, Mike Ric- celli, Marty Mohler, Roy Root. Third row, left to right: Rus¬ sell Rupp, Richard Moden, Den¬ nis Purviance, Eddie Schnoor, Perry Richardson, Terry Rose, Jim Rasmussen, Gary Olson, Gary Noah, Bill Myerly. HOMEROOM 230—Front row, left to right: Mr. Yount, Sheryl Trullinger, Debbie Triplett, Su¬ san Straude, Becky Shoemaker, Carol Williams, Linda Wilkes, Marsha Warrell, Linda Wet- more. Second row, left to right: Mike Waller, Mark Spragg, Vicki Skidmore, Goldie Smith, Nedra Smith, Anne Shepherd. Third row, left to right: Walter Way, Bernard Zylsti ' a, Terry Thompson, Ronnie Taylor, Greg White, Eddie Willson. Fourth row, left to right: Bob Stone, Steve Shafer, Dominic Tucci, Jerry Wallace, Bob Van Vlair, John Sti-ouf. 7A tjcmercctnJ HOMEROOM 117—Front row, left to right : Norma Bossuot, Angel Bumpilori, Elizabeth Brooks, Kristin Bales, Pete Comiskey, Michael Ball, Den¬ nis Baber. Second row, left to right: Mr. Boozell, Evie Caskey, Cheri Astley, Lois Cramblit, Marianne Bacon, Ann Coyle, Cindia Clark, Deborah Col¬ lins, Sally Compopiano, Mike Cook. Third row, left to right: Susan Blanchai’d, Tim Casady, Gary Carter, Stephen Ancell, David Cox, Rodney Baltzley, Edward Butler. HOMEROOM 229—Front row, left to right: Sherry Klobnak, Susan Kinney, Cynthia Duffy, Connie Greene, Terry Hender¬ son, Larry Lair. Second row, left to right: Mr. Jaehnel, Sue Gregoire, Janet Jackoirch, Di¬ ana Johnson, Susan Davis, Shel¬ ly Gillespie, Suzanne Griffin. Third row, left to right: Roger Hughes, Tom Goodlaxson, Nicky Eytcheson, Morris Jones, Mark Gowdey. Fourth row, left to right: Demory Green, Bill Dun- son, Mark Gunton, Steve Ka- brik, Tom Kennelley, Ronnie Lamb, Susan Fitzsimmons. HOMEROOM 115—Front row, left to right : Mr. Limbaugh, QuAnn Myer, Kristine LeCocq, LaRee Mohler, Marsha McKin¬ ley, Steve Lewis, Mary McGuire, Delores Leach, Penny Nissen, Donna Meek. Second row, left to right : Steve Lueder, Craig Learning, Chuck Reed, Michael Raymond, Patty Mack, Ardella Merrifield, Peggy LeRoque, Merilyn Powell. Third row, to right: Mark Miller, Jerry McCoy, Joe Meadows, Larry Peercy, John McDonald, Ken Miller, Jane Pownell. HOMEROOM 207—Front row, left to right : Mr. Ollrich, Larry Smithson, Dave Summy, Richard Vaux, Richard Siedel, Rebecca Stites, Sharon Snell, Linda Young, Brenda White, Craig Vermie. Second row, left to right: Pryor Ward, Debbie Van Ginkel, Vickie Ullrich, William Tenney, Michael ' Thompson, Richard Witter, Stephen Ward, Ronald Webb, Terry Thompson. Third row, left to right : Linda Serrill, Christine Snider. Larry Speck, Stephen Sayers, Ronald Spragg, Dave Wooden, Sandra Vaughn, David Whitlatch. I V j -: .. v .v m - V r ' | i y ■ ,y‘ ■ ■ ' i : IT • helping get thingA bene Joining a group, following rules, voting. Helping get things done. Experience in getting along, the diplo¬ macy of buying a plaque or planting a tree. Learning the democracy of being a committee. Initiates on their knees and veterans in charge. Banquets and parties— eating on the floor, borsch and chi, French cuisine. From our clubs, staffs, organizations we go to those of society. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS—Seated, from left: Mr. Wilson, Chris Courtney, John Ogden, Sue Fazio, Chuck Roland. Standing: Bill Hippee. Student (jiiJeA the the Chance The Student Council is the stu¬ dent’s opportunity to express himself on any problem concerning the school. The effectiveness of the council at Lincoln is evidenced by its part in the school’s largest Friendship Bond sale—2600 bonds. Senior Council in session. SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL — Front row, left to right: Hope Feyen, Jane Anderson, Jerene Myerly, Sue Fazio, Barbara Dickes, Ju¬ dy Lewis, Chriss Courtney. Second row, left to right: Greg Oppedal, Tom Inhof, Steve Brodie, Tom Candler, Bill Woods, Daryl Rupp, Bill Baker, Mike Day. Third row, left to right: John Og¬ den, Bart Figg, Tom Simon, Horace Hen¬ dricks, Bill Hippee, Bruce Walker, Ron Foreman, Mike Crook, Ron Anderson. Council £tu4ehU to CxpreAA ALL-CITY COUNCIL—Left to right: Mr. Dickson, Jane Anderson, Mike Williams, Jerene Myerly, Katy McKay. All-City Council Day at Lincoln. The Intra-Des Moines Student Council exists for the purpose of promoting better school relations. Lincoln supports the work of the council, and asks every student to do his part to improve the Des Moines schools. SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL — Front row, left to right: Donnella Johnson, Charlette Rupp, June Schiffer, Virginia Leo, Terrie Chandler, Judy Lewis, Vonda Mortimore. Second row, left to right: Pam Phillips, Linda Brightwell, Joyce Mortimore, Linda Johnston, Karol De- Bolt, Coleen Tucker, Sheryl Webb. Third row, left to right: Peter Smith, Bill Hall, Chuck Roland, Mary Whipple, Char¬ lotte Robson, Bob Wright, Mel Harden- brook. i MONITORS—Front row, left to right: Karen Hadlock, Judy Ortrogga, Linda Lyons, Linda Loghry, Chriss Court¬ ney Marilyn Dodson Second row, left to right: Jamie Pennock, Carmen Olechnovics, Beverly Nash, Susan Dodson, Cindy Boyd Marsha Henry, Theresa Lacona, Sally Osborn. Third row, left to right: Connie Michelson, Connie Bice Michel’le Irven, Chris Duewall, Patty Davis, Rona Bridal, Alice Edwards, Mary Wilson, Sherri Earll. Fourth row,’ left to right: Janice Franklin, Patsy Hall, Chuck Bumpalori, Glen Williams, Steve Cox, Gary Gilham, John Trent. ftlohitorJ Welcome ViMtorA and Keep Order Hall Monitors, although they are seldom noticed, are an important part of the school. They are not there to obstruct, but to aid. Both visitors to Lincoln and students benefit by their presence. Monitor checks girls’ passes. MONITORS — Front row, left to right: Doug Saylor, Craig Comisky, Russell Saylor, Greg Opedal, Dennis Dickey, Rod¬ ney Davis. Second row, left to right: Fred Port, Mark Hutchings, Dennis Bridal, Chuck Jor¬ dan, Doug Barakat, Mike Flaherty, Rob¬ ert Burns, Merrill Bowman. Third row, left to right: Gary Horn, Bob Keefer, David Norman, Tom Inhoff, Dick Roland, Alan Joss, Mike Pitts. Fourth row, left to right: Dave Damstrom, Kirk Wil¬ liams, Allan Hor- nocker, Scott Mc¬ Daniels, Fred Karnes, Bill Hippee, Gary Jennings. I JUNIOR COUNCIL OFFICERS—Left to right: Mike Riccelli Sam Colacino, Joe O’Connor, Susie Owens. Junior Council “Train ' Jor future The Junior Student Council is, to some extent, a preparation for work in the senior council. In addition, it is a separate governing body, existing for the same reason as the senior council. Its work in the junior high is no less important than the senior council’s work in the senior high. JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL — Front row, left to right: Jackie Jones, Delana Barber, Sue Owens, Frank Calicino, Joe O’Connor, Steve Lew¬ is, Pete Comiskey, Tim Dow, William Tanny. Second row, left to right : Kenny King, Theresa Soda, Pam Galloway, Caro¬ lyn Thompson, Vickie Liemie, Mashelle Mossia, Marilyn Powell, Sue Fitz¬ simmons, J e a n i e Bowles, Chris Snider. Third row, left to right: Mike Riccelli, Sam Calicino, John Brightwell, Terry Thompson, George Vincent, Perry Hut¬ chinson. M « Qtb CM aW Mutate feacketA fiAAcciathn The Girls’ Club, one of Lincoln’s most active organizations works hard each year to increase activities at Lincoln. The annual Girls’ Club dance is their big event. Any time a student organization can produce a dance attended by so many students, it is certainly successful in its attempts. GIRLS’ CLUB_ Frcnt row, left to right: Sue Boggatto, Betty James, Rosemary Ellis, Carol Chidester, Barbara Dickes, Jane Barshell, Mary Wilson, Della Custer, Threasa Lacona, Sandy Faerias. Second row, left to right: Carol Taber, jerrene Myerly Carol Roth, Dindie Klauenburch, Gail Pedersen, Alice Jane Edwards, Vickie Winter, Cindy O Connor. Third row, left to right: Helen Hall, Mary Kent, Sue Christianson, Deanna Moffitt, Kathy Brown, Marsha Graham, Jackie Pieart, Leslie Norman, Nancy Tail-. Fourth row, left to right: Joyce Henry, Cheryl Winter, Nancy Bartholo¬ mew Carol Lee, Cindy Beattie. Majorie Salicas, Linda Mattison. Fifth row, left to right: Jane Anderson, Susan Halbert, Linda Carroll, Cheryl Shrader, Jeanette Marks, Carolyn Moore, Nancy Chase, Suzanne Robinson, Kathy Anderson. Students who intend to make teaching their career are a dedicated group. Many of them have joined the Future Teachers Association. Here they explore the possibilities of the teaching profession, and attempt to prepare themselves for it. FUTURE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION— Front row, left (o right: Sally Osborne, Diane Rogers, Linda Johnston, Diane McDonough, Sue Way, Gail Pederson, Pat Falbo, Christy Dysart, Barbara Anderson. Second row, left to right: Paula McKinley, Cheryle Rhoades, Virginia Staley, Colleen Tucker, Janis Willis, Kathy Westerhausen, Cindy Clam- bert, Nancy Ury, Cathy Johnson, Carol Taber, Laura Ancell, Jackie McConkey. Third row, left to right: Mrs. Anderson, Karen Jensen, Susan Slorah, Kris Kilgore, Carolyn Riley, Sue Summerfield, Janis Hamm, Marilyn Jones, Judy Rankin, Karen Gray, Mrs. Hildreth. Fourth row, left to right: Dick Hansell, Barry Snover. — 78 — JreHck Club That the French Club has something to offer is obvious from its mem¬ bership. Students here learn to have a deeper understanding of the French people and their language. FRENCH CLUB—Front row, left to right: Charlotte Rupp, Christy Dysart, Mary Anne Whaley, Carolyn Kirsch- baum, Nancy Bartholomew, Jean Graham, Cheryl Surber, Allison Syme. Second row, left to right: Lynda Howard, Nancy Tarr, Sandy West, Linda Remer, Lynda Miller, Marsha Gramm, Rebecca Pender, Deborah Cole, Judi Cox, Mrs. Bevington. Third row, left to right: Milva McCaw, Suzanne Robinson, Connie Michelson, Mitzi Calvert, Sandra Ellis, Joyce Brightwell, Debra Abbott, Susan Fitzsimmons, Mary Jackman. Fourth row, left to right: Bill Christian. Dave Meadows, Sue Gregoire, Sherry Klobnak, Susan Kinney, Jeanne Bowles, Evie Caskey, Judy Hillyard. FRENCH CLUB—Front row, left to right: Jeanne Rushing, Karen Croft, Terrie Pennock, Donna Harbert, Phyllis Syme, Sue Way, Judy Yenzer, Sheryl Webb, Anne Graham, Miss Kathy Heggen, cadet teacher. Second row, le ft to right: Janet Jackovich, Cheri Astley, Elaina Nusser, Carla Burchfield, Deanna Moffitt, Marilyn Evans, Kathy Fagen, Ann Coyle, Merilyn Powell, Margaret LeRoque. Third row, left to right: Mary Calkins, Janice Isley, Lynnea Smith, Linda Carroll, Stephen Ward, Barbara Stubbs, David Cos, Laura Lair, Cindia Clark, Bobby Van Ginkel, Charlene Hatch, Christine Snider, Connie Pappis, Delores Leach, Sally Campiano, Lois Cramblit, Shelley Gillespie, Donna Meek. Fourth row, left to right: Kenny Miller, Craig Chapman, David Wooden, Larry Lair, Roger Hughes, Tim Casady, Demory Green, Angel Bumpilori, Morris Jones, Nick Eytiheson, John McDonald. — 79 — Camera and £atin Clubs The techniques behind taking, developing and printing a picture are not simple. The Camera Club instructs members in these techniques. The members are working to move themselves from the categoiy of snap- shooters to photographers. CAMERA CLUB—Left to right: Elaina Nusser, James McCoy, Rick Graves, Ken Elliott, Tracy Miller, Mr. Ewers. Standing: Rick Nordenson, Doyle Reynolds. About sixty per cent of the words in the English language have a Latin origin. To promote a greater understanding of the Latin language and ancient Rome are the objectives of one of Lincoln’s largest clubs. The highlight of the Latin Club year is the Roman Banquet. Lincoln students are accustomed to seeing people wearing togas in the halls after school near the end of the school year. ■ f -1 - £ S w H ft J If I 1 U - " - 11 til 1 1 1 f -rnTM 1 JPV i I if 1 f JM ' Iff jjy 1 1? f M,. I ■ V I 1 ' ' W Bm. ■ - LATIN CLUB— Front row, left to right: Nancy Craighton, Beth Ellis, Colette Hoover, Carol Roth, Jackie Lewis, Leslie Conrey, Chris Courtney, Linda Figgins. Second row. left to right : Marlys Rowe, Cindy Agar, Mary Kent, Joyce Henry, Pam Phillips, Cheryl Crawford, Gloria Gray, Kathy Craighton, Marjie Reeves, Susan Harbert, Anna Tillinghast, Judy Yenzer, Beryl Anderson, Margaret Bird. Third row, left to right: Janet Walker, Pam Jeffries, Judy Lewis, Susan King, Sandy West, Mike O’Deay, Tom Conrey, Jon Fuller, Clayton Gribb, Bob Haines, Randy Bradley, Conrad Zimmerman. Back row, left to right: Candy Phillips, Nancy Peterson, Jeanette Mason, Carolyn Moore, John Woolheater, Jim Noland, Dennis Brightwell, R on Chapman, Chuck Gould, Mike Hawn, Dan Syverson, Allen Essman. — 80 — I Health Career and (ZuAAiar Club J Careers in health are open to almost anyone who is willing - to give some of her time to training. Health Careers members have decided they wish to give this time. In club meetings they learn what is neces¬ sary for a career in health and start to prepare themselves for one. HEALTH CAREERS CLUB— Front row. left to right: Patsy Hall, Sue Harbert, Carol Taber, Carolyn Hall, Judy Lewis, Pam Jeffries. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Cleary, Judy Zibert, Cindy Beattie, Mary Kent, Nancy Kranten, Pam Phillips, Jean Jaquinta, Cathy Kraten, Anne Graham, Pam Rundberg. Today Russia is important to Americans. It and the United States con¬ stitutes two of the most powerful countries in the world. Students in Russian Club learn about the Russian people, their customs, their language and their lives in an effort to understand them in a day when we cannot ignore them. RUSSIAN CLUB— Front row, left to right: Janet McRoberts, Linda Brightwell, Chris Courtney, Linda Feagins, Margie Reeves, Carol Taber, Nancy Melone, Loretta Tassin. Second row, left to right: Debbie Whitacre, Virginia Terrell, Margaret Bird, Beryl Anderson, Andrea Moore, Kathy Hill, Elsie Fenner, Carol Heim, Ann Tillinghast, Doug Saylor, Melvin Crippen. Third row, left to right: Carol Lee, Fred Eggers, Nancy Damerville, Jim Noland, Susan King, Marcia Sneller, Marcia Henry, Judy Lewis, Vic Jackovitch. —81 — 12 I tjiemaid and leader Club Mermaids, Lincoln’s synchronized swimming group, work much of the year preparing for their annual pageant. The pageant is an interesting and beautiful event. It is well worth the effort the girls put into it. MERMAIDS—Front row, left to right: Marcia Clark, Ginger Leo, Shareen Owens, Debbie Kellen, Cheryl Fontinini, Judy Lewis, Linda Minks, Chriss Courtney. Second row, left to right: Judy Kothenbeutal, Marji Reeves, Carmen Olechnovics, Nancy Tam, Anna Tillinghast, Sue Brightwell, Chris Duewall, Marnee Irish, Carolyn Hall, Kathie Hill. Third row, left to right: Toni Fletcher, Susie Owens, Connie Selby, Marcia Henry, Jeri Kothenbeutal, Barbara Ander¬ son, Helen Randall, Sue Neuwerth. These girls realize the importance of physical fitness. They try to pass their knowledge on to the gym students in hopes that as many as possible get the benefits that come with good health. LEADERS CLUB— Front row, left to right: Sonia Pei-ry, Andrea Moore, Judy Dennett, Pam Rundberg, Judy Lewis (President), Marnee Irish, Anne Graham, Dian McDonough, Jane Anderson, Sandy Dammerville. Second row, left to right: Carol Workman, Pat Flaherty, Ronie Bridal, Sheryl Webb, Sally Osburne, Diane Brierly, Judi Rankin, Marsha Gramm, Kay Stakee, Susan Slorah. Third row, left to right: Beverly Short, Jane Cook! Vicki Franklin, Janis Franklin, Patsy Hall, Mary Jackman, Carolyn Riley, Sherril Winter, Karen Stoker] Jackie Pieart, Becky Pender. — 82 — , DORIAN ART CLUB—Front row, left to right : Mr. Taylor, Eloise Gillaspy, Judy Wilson, Jeanne Groth, Linda Brown, Mr. Allen, Terry Wilson (presi¬ dent). Second row, left to right: Diana McDonough, Judy Lewis, Susan King, Diane Rogers, Elizabeth Rowe, Judy Auestad, Anna Tillinghast, Carol Lee. Third row, left to right: Billy Mills, Pam Rund- berg, Janet Price, Carol Gar- lock, Glenda Foust, Suzanne Robinson, Linda Minard, Di¬ ane Simas. Fourth row, left to right: Denny Mitchell, Carl Mondt, Bob Dow, Paul Petty, Craig Bales, Don Durham, Reese McNulty, John Foreman. Fifth row, left to right: Jerry Villines, Jim Volkamer, A1 Kuehl, Tim Andriano, Fred Port, Dwain Baker, Jim Stan¬ ley, Phil Fox, Ace Hendricks. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION—First row, left to right: June Cosner, Lucy Cuevas, Sandra Myers, Fran Allen, Kitty Williamson, Janet Behrens, Carol Sue Pabst, Roma Dale. Second row, left to right: Mr. Gary Miller, John Schoon¬ over, Bob Allen, Charles Warren, Chuck Cobb, Don Bowlin, Richard Logston, Gary Jordan. LETTERMEN’S CLUB — Front row, left to right: Chuck Jordan, Mike Jordan, Denny Bridal, John Ogden, Ken McNally, Charlie Becker, Bob Clark. Second row, left to right: Royce Gramm, Jim Ogden, Don Whitmarsh, Fred Eggers, Mike Flaherty, Dave Damstrom, Steve Connors. Third row, left to right : Doug Barakat, Herb Clark, Tim Meline, Steve Blessing, Bart Figg, Steve Brody, Joe Haines, Don South, Rick Ridnour, Dick Bason. Fourth row, left to right: Tom Borg, Alain Andrews, Roger Salth, Jim Conrath, Bob Montgomery, Bruce Walker, Ron Cooley, Allen Hornocker, Bill Burt, Ace Hendricks. — 83 — I? i Shirley Garland Secretary Joyce Hodge Office Roberta McCoy Attendance Office In the office the many departments of the school are coordinated into one. The Office Staff aids the faculty and administration in making Lincoln a unified school, not just individual departments. OFIUCE STAFF—Front row, left to right: Joyce Hodge, Shirley Garland, Marsha Wilson, Terrie Pennock, Judy Kothenbeutal, Deanna Moffitt, Sue Fazio, Janet Grange, Sheryl Silcott, Carol Chidester, Beverly Cox Roberta McCoy Peggy Marsh. J ’ Student Center £ta{j{j Lincoln’s student center is one of the finest in the city. Student Center Staff members do much of the work necessary, with only a minimum amount of supervision. ——_—.J 1 STUDENT CENTER STAFF —Front row, left to right: Maxine Lucia, Jane Bar- shell, Janet Grange, Dian Wade, Judy Kothenbeutel, Sheryl Silcott, Suzzette Ste¬ phens, Barbara Anderson, -Sue Fazio. Second row, left to right: Mr. Miller, Larry McConnell, Joe Haines, Charlotte Rupp, Carol Kreamer, Jerrene Myerly, Laura Brown, Regina Hy¬ land, Mr ' s. Shiffer. Hospitality and Usher Committee members give voluntarily of their time. They serve at many school activities, whether during the day or in the evening. Nearly every visitor to Lincoln will be welcomed by some member of the Hospitality and Usher Committee. HOSPITALITY AND USHER COMMITTEE—Front row, left to right: Beverly Atkinson Barbara Dickes Judy Tewis Marcia Clark Kathy Hill, Amy Ridnour, Vickie Docken, Sue Gooding. Second row, left to right: Mr. Eckey, Jerri Kothenbeutel, Sue Neuwerth, Nancy Tam, Sue Brightweil, Debbie Abbot, Connie Hodge, Sue Pollard. Back row, left to right: Larry Van Scoyk, Gary Gilham. Lincoln’s library would be nearly useless if its many books were not kept in some kind of order. The Library Staff assists Miss Holt, libiaiian, in the monumental job of handling and classifying the many books which enter and leave the library every day. LIBRARY STAFF — Front row, left to right: Andrea Moore, Mary Anne Whaley, Debbie Kellen, Cheryl Fon- tanini. Sue Vermie, Diane Lewis, Ann Shepard. Sec¬ ond row, left to right: Mrs. Madison, Miss Holt, Janet McRoberts, Marcia Sneller, Barbara Dickes, Sue Neuworth, Nancy Peter¬ son, Myrna Peterson, Marna Peterson, Judy Richards. IflurAe and Secretarial Stajfjfj The school nurse’s day is a busy one. Admitting to and excusing from school the students who come to her occupy much of her time. In addition she deals with all problems of illness which arise. Nurse’s Staff members help the school nurse whenever and however they can. Together they give the students the best possible health care. Addressing envelopes as well as many other typing jobs occupy much of the time of the members of the Secretarial Staff. In addition members operate the school’s mimeographing and duplicating machines. NURSE’S STAFF — Front row, left to right: Connie Bice, Ja ne Barshell, Judy Lewis. Back row, left to right : Mrs. Cleary. Pam Rundberg, Kathy Ander¬ son. SECRETARIAL STAFF— Seated, left to right: Rose Ann Soda, Diana McDonough, Marilyn Zeliadt. Second row, left to right: Miss Jane Ealy, Miss Gladys Sutter, Gloria Jorgenson, Judy Dennett, Jane Cook, Linda Wallace, Bar¬ bara Ford, Sally Mason, Beverly Atkinson. — 86 — (jiftn and fat £ta{ffo Being a girls gym teacher is a busy job. The girls on the Gym Staff help Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Mooney in some of their many duties, such as taking roll and keeping many records. Attractive signs and posters seen around Lincoln during the year are the work of the members of the Art Staff. Cheerful displays in the cases which help to brighten the school are also the work of staff members. 1 1 1 • 11 I Vi H 11 V ' ■ i. ■ :: 1 1 ■til : -F|4 : : : || ; iijy ifS|f GYM STAFF—Front row, left to right: Sonia Perry, Delores Passic, Janice Frank¬ lin, Judy Devine. Second row, left to right: June Striffler, Sheral Winters, Mary Jackman, Mary Wil¬ son, Sheryl Webb, Nancy Tam. ART STAFF—Front row, left to right: Pam Rundberg, Susan King, Diane Simas, Carol Garlock, Linda Minard, Mr. Allen. Back row, left to right: Tim Andriano, Jerry Villines, Jim Rankin, Don Durham, Ace Hendricks, Terry Wilson, Phil Fox, Jim Stanley, Jim Volkamer. — 87 — Hwetnakihf jW £wiice Hctne (Zoom That pleasant aroma when you pass the homemaking room, a cheerful display case, and an interesting bulletin board are some of the things that the Homemaking Staff adds to life at Lincoln. These girls use their talents daily to improve the school’s homemaking department. HOMEMAKING STAFF— Front row, seated, left to right: Lucretia Berardi, Helen Roth, Sue Adams, Dian Wade, Mar¬ garet Cij ale, Edna Carlo, Pat Webber. Back row, standing, left to right: Margaret Windsor, Sherilyne Wagner, Jackie Jones, Mary Burke, Donna Thomas, Maline Thompson, Mary Beener, Marcia Logan, Sheri Earll, Anne Stephen, Joan Jennings, Sharon Workman, Lee Ellen Clifford, Judy Austead, Karen Roach, Lynda Miller. Service homeroom members are always available. If your movie pro¬ jector isn’t working or the microphone in the auditorium is off, a member of service homeroom will soon be there to help. SERVICE HOMEROOM STAFF 208 Front row, left to right: Dennis Laphery, Bob Bason, Ken Robinson, Dennis Johnson, Jim Worthington, Richard Teater. Second row, left to right: John Green, Gary Rooney, Bill Golliday, Bill Wood, Dick Bason, Richard Reynolds, Rick Ridnour, Mr. Simmons. — 88 — Cafeteria and Custodial Worker Five days a week these women come to Lincoln to cook meals for 1700 students. They handle this seemingly impossible task with the ease that comes with experience, and have it ready at 11:30 when the students on first lunch hour come rushing into the cafeteria. CAFETERIA WORKERS—Front row, left to right: Marjorie Hornocker, Eva Mockey, Vera Noha, Florence Meek, Ter¬ esa Cataldo, Shirley Tomlinson, Rose Waddill, Mary Randall. Second row, left to right: Velma Hirst, LeVon Murphy, Vera Manor, Darlene Jacobe, Marilyn Pieart, Nettie Soutter, Beulah Moon, Shirley Glenn, Darlene Learning. Lincoln’s custodians are always on the job making the school a pleasant place in which to work or study. Keeping the building clean and comfort¬ able, and making necessary repairs are the duties of these hard workers. CUSTODIANS—Front row, left to right: Dorothy Smith, Ramon Logdon, Darrell Barker, Vern Close, Bruce Tyler, Herschel Reeves. Second row, left to right: Frank Uhlman, Bernard Hazher, Don Harlan, Pat Smith, Robert Sloan, Jack Good. — 89 — A whirl of fun and doing things. Decorating and dances. Assemblies— I-pledge-Allegiance and applause. In the halls—around and around, to the student center. We talk, we laugh, we listen. Together with friends, a part of things. Life is ours. We live joyously. We live to fill the world with life. Hctneccwng ' Jail Activities ill 4 = 1 T . A. 1 i I fl! li This Homecoming sign, appear¬ ing on Lincoln’s front lawn, marks the beginning of the Homecoming activities. Lincoln’s Co-City Champion foot¬ ball team as it appeared in a pre¬ game huddle. The gridders cap¬ tured a 33-0 homecoming victory over Grinnell, October 18. Lincoln royalty leads the danc¬ ing amidst the majestic “Camelot” surroundings. — 92 — Hatnecctninq Queen Announced Helen Hall with escort Dennie Bridal. Diana Fryman with escort Lafe Hill. The suspense is broken as the winner is announced and Abe presents the bouquet to Homecoming Queen Jane Anderson. Jane Barshell with escort Allen Essman. Sue Fazio with escort Ed Anson. (Zcyaltij Presented at Coronation Homecoming court with King Doug Barakat and Qieen Jane Anderson; left to right: Dick Bason and Jane Barshell, Chuck Roland and Helen Hall, Sue Fazio and Bill Hippee, Diana Fryman and Bill McCutchen. Youngest member of the court, Mindy Mooney. Donna Harbert, princess and Jim Shrader, prince. Runners-up for Princess were Delana Barber, Dicta Picht, Jackie Whitford. Runners-up for Prince were Tony Barratta, Don Kinney, and Jim Neuwerth. — 94 — King Doug was president of the Lettermen’s Club and of his senior class. He received All-City honors as a left-halfback. Queen Jane was president of the Girls’ Club and a varsity cheerleader. She was an active member of our Student Council and All-City Student Council. I m — 95 — Cheerleader Urge Teatn to Victory Jane Anderson Hope Feyen Diana Fryman Jerrene Myerly Nancy Chase - 96 - Mike Lamson I - hrill Teapt, tflajcretteA Add Color DRILL TEAM—Front row, left to right: Suzette Stephens, Maxine Lucia, Pat Falbo, Chris Dysart, Carol Chidester, Linda Mincks, Sheryl Silcott, Kathy Hill, Mary Anne Whaley, Janet Price, Sue Pollard, Carmen Olechnovics, Jan Isley. Second row, left to right: Terri Pennock, Barb Anderson, Pam Snook, Coleen Conrey, Phyllis Etheridge, Jamie Pennock, Sally Mason, Janis Dennis, Margaret Bird, Candy Phillips, Diane McDonough, Janet McRoberts, Kathy Lee, Carolyn Hall, Anna Tillinghast, Sheryl Webb, Sue Way, Leslie Norman, Margie Reeves, Kay Browning, Janice McRae, Judy Devine. Drill Team in review. Guide right! A complicated routine at the North game. ' JeAtiie flir CnltienA tflarcfi (jraA “Mardi Gras” was the theme of the Senior Banquet. (jirU Club faattce Who will be the lucky one ? Girls must ask boys to the Annual Girls’ Club Dance, buy the tickets and dinner afterwards. Sue Fazio, center, Queen of Hearts dance queen, is shown with Ginger Leo, left, and Jerene Myerly, attendants. — 98 — L Preparing 9 a Hal “The ' Jun These were the scenes around Lincoln as students and faculty gave many hours of hard work to the preparation of various dances. AMmblieA Suii4 School spirit. Annual Little Sister Tea is a get-acquainted affair for incoming sophomores. Mr. DeMouth presents the Pan¬ cake Ticket Award to representa¬ tives of Miss Moroney’s homeroom. The year’s first pep assembly—Marshalltown. North polar bear shivers at the thought of playing Lincoln. An ice cream eating contest highlights the Dowling pep assembly. — 100 — Cxtehcf ClaMww Cxperiehce Football co-captains receive Co-City Cham¬ pionship plaque from cheerleaders. The Tech Express finishes its last run. Coach Klinzman presents letters to varsity football players at fall awards assembly. Mr. Henderson concentrates on a difficult passage as he brings a concert of organ music. Mr. Pruth McFarland and accompanist bring an enjoyable music assembly to Lincoln. 101 — ettertneh J Club Party Jerry Villines and Pat Falbo are pictured just be¬ fore they were announced as the winners of the best cos¬ tume contest. The event was the annual Lettermen party with the theme of “Mardi Gras.” HcrtehahMj Lincoln’s first hoot¬ enanny features stu¬ dents from Lincoln, right, and Roosevelt, left, as well as other Des Moines schools. Varietij U Meyncte at Xinco n Foreign exchange student “Andy.” Mr. DeMouth and cast present a program before P.T.A. Loyal Lincolners wear maroon and gold on color day, February 12. Alternate cheerleaders left, Barbara Dickes and Judy Lewis. - 103 - Basketball season starter. ! " ■ • • prepared Educating the soul for contentment in life. The mysteries of culture be¬ come sources of happy satisfaction. The thoughts of man—music, artist¬ ry, books—inspire further thoughts. Doing it—creating something—satis¬ fies, broadens. Making culture real—in robes and uniforms under the lights, make-up and memorizing, washing brushes, printing and painting. Introduction to the fine arts prepares for a finer life. BAND— front row, left to right: Colette Hoover, Beverly Atkinson, Rosalie Catrone, Judy Auestad. Second row, left to right: Myrna Petersen, Linda Scott, Gordon Bowman, Pete Goodwin, Sandy West, Nancy Stevens. Third row, left to right: Nancy Bartholomew, Fred Eggers, Mary Whipple, Nancy Ury, Linda Remer, Irv Canfield, Debbie Conn. Fourth row, left to right: Sue Garland, Judi Cox, Joyce Brightwell, Jeri Kothenbeutel, Sandy Meier. Fifth row, left to right: Gloria Gray, Dennis Shepard, Pat Galloway, Dennis Thomas, Simon Casady, Craig Chapman, Mike Sullivan, Dave Kendrick, Dan Millis, Bob Holton, Richard Townsend, Chuck Troe, Dennis LeVang. Sixth row, left to right: Albert Meek, Vic Jackovich, Bob Haines, Bob Phillips, Jackie McConkey, Karen Stoker, Kay Stoker, Steve Harlan, Beth Ellis, Dean Thomas, Ron Anderson, Dennis Wright. ji ’ MW PMC H i - r B Jl 1 sw. - y i jy s b| P MLgfl -M iincdn High £ckcd Sand Marching through mud is never very pleasant. Occasionally, during the fall, band members do it to bring spectators at football games an interesting half-time show. During the winter they work to prepare a program for exchange concerts as well as a concert for our own student body. In the spring their efforts are joined with those of the vocal music department in the Spring Music Festival. — 106 — BAND— front row, left to right: Marcia Logan, Nancy Petersen, Vcnda Mortimore, Sue Harbart. Second row, left to right: Nancy Craighton, Karen Davis, Helen Randall, June Striffler, Marna Peterson, Beryl Anderson. Third row, left to right: Jon Horber, David Conn, Sandy Cebuhar, Rick Myers. Fourth row, left to right: Larry McConnell, Ralph Fogue, Hal Hockensmith, Steve Baltzley, Bob Mackey. Fifth row, left to right: Mary Hammer, Marlys Rowe, Steve Holt, Patty Evans, Jim Armstrong, Jim Rhoades, Marilyn Zeliadt, Bob Griffiths, Marvin Pearson, Mike Hawn, Dave Chamberlin. Sixth row, left to right : Don Leslie, Brad Day, Rick Lepley, Steve Nordstrom, Don Gaston, Jean LeRoque. SringA IfluAic fill tfeat Dennis Brightwell Drum Major flli-Cittj Sand. Organ Club Cxtehif the ClaMrew All-City Band and the Organ Club are much alike in that they are both extensions of the classroom. Students in both organizations give some of their time voluntarily to improve their music skills. 1 ALL-CITY BAND—front row, left to right: Nancy Ury, Chuck Troe, Mike Hawn, Vic Jackovich, Debbie Conn, Linda Remer, Dean Thomas. Standing, left to right: Rick Lepley, David Chamberlin, Fred Eggers, Mama Petersen, Mary Whipple, Colette Hoover, Myrna Petersen, Marilyn Zeliadt, Nancy Bartholomew, Dennis Brightwell. ORGAN CLUB — seated: Mr. Henderson. Front row, left to right: Dennis Brightwell, Kar¬ la Merfen, Diane Lewis, Anne Shepherd, Barbara Manz, Shelley Gillespie, Sally Compopiano, Pete Goodwin, David Chamber¬ lin, Dean Thomas, Perry Hutch¬ ison. Second row, left to right: Beth Ellis, Beryl Anderson, Mary Hammer, Colette Hoover, Marjie Reeves, Judy Rankin, Joan Hackley, Pam Nelson. i I Jff: Wm f wtl in F Km 108 — Vocal UluAic (jroup A fire Hnour City Wide The several sections of the vocal music department appear not only at Lincoln, but at various non-school functions all over the city. The Madrigal Singers are known all over Des Moines for their talents. The various choirs have participated in several exchange programs, one of which with St. Joseph’s Academy was the first in that school’s history. They coordinate their efforts with those of the instrumental music department in May to present the Spring Music Festival. MADRIGAL SINGERS— front row, left to right: Kent Wagner, Suzanne Summy, Marlys Rowe, Sally Rife, Pat Falbo, Mary Anne Whaley, Colette Hoover, Beryl Anderson, Larry Van Scoyk. Second row, left to right: Mr. Whaley, Judy Kothenbeutel, Anne Graham, Leslie Norman, Milva McCaw, Mike Hawn. Third row, left to right: Phil Huglin, Jim Noland, Steve Erickson, Terry Abernathy, Allen Essman, Bill Clark. All Music Representatives Vocal Students, repre¬ senting each music group are, from left: Judy Hill- yard, accompanist; Steve Erickson, Boys’ Glee Club; Colette Hoover, Girls’ Glee Club; Mac McNally, Sen¬ ior Choir; Beryl Anderson, Madrigal; and Mr. John Whaley, director. Vocal IfluJic John Whaley Director OKLAHOMA LEAD CAST— left to right: Ken McNally Steve Erickson, Tim Wilson, Mary Anne Whaley, Charles McKay, Kent Wagner, Allen Essman. af . .. i- -f 1 4 r S SJum Li 1 ¥ M $3k %i|rm| - y | i . A r v. y ' ji ' ' gfe, Ifc WO : SENIOR CHOIR—front row, left to right: Mr. Whaley, Carol Alber, Judy Rankin, Carol Taber, Chriss Courtney, Marcia Henry, Kathy Hill, Pat Falbo, Jane Barshell, Sue Fazio. Second row, left to right: Janice Hamm, Jerrene Myerly, Virginia Leo, Vicki Winter, Tom Conrey, Charles McKay, Kent Wagner, Steve Erickson. Third row, left to right: Myma Petersen, Marna Petersen, Nancy Tam, Suzanne Summy, Kay Browning, Jim Noland, Don Whitmarsh, Craig Comiskey, Leroy Raymond. Fourth row, left to right: Peggy Floden, Susan King, Vonda Mortimore, Leslie Norman, Colleen Beck, Mike Crivaro, Ed Burt, Tim Wilson, Bill Wood. Fifth row, left to right: Judy Dennett, Carolyn Moore, Linda Brightwell, Sue Brightwell, Lynnea Smith, Jim Boston, Don Ramsey, Jim VerHuel, Jim Ogden, Bart Figg, Laddie Jobe. — 110 — BOYS’ GLEE CLUB—front row, left to right: Ken McNally, Steve Erickson, Larry Whitford, Dan Foss, Eric Young, Larry Bell, Bill Clark, Terry Abernathy, Judy Hilyard. Second row, left to right: Tom Conrey, John Soto, Richard Augove, Leroy Raymond, Mike Crivaro, Tim Wilson, Bill Christian, David Chamberlin, Dan Remele, Jim Armstrong, Larry VanScoyk. Third row, left to right: Gordon Longden, Jim Boston, Don Ram¬ sey, Doug Cowie, Bart Figg, Edward Burt, Clax-ence Houf, Ray Brown, Mike Hawn, Clyde Keith, Bob Beavers. i iV " -m 1 mL ’■ i n 1 jL p ■ If 5 JHj | A? r I ' M m. J3 L m M SENIOR CHOIR—front row, left to right: Terrie Pennock, Jean Jaquinta, Sheryl Silcott, Mary Anne Whaley, Sally Rife, Maxine Lucia, Beryl Anderson, Linda Brown, Judy Hillyard. Second row, left to right: Rollin Pieart, Bill Christian, Larry Bell, Craig Bales, Jim Lightner, Suzette Stephens, Jane Cook, Carol Lee, Judy Kothenbeutel, Sharilyne Wagner, Colette Hoover. Third row, left to right: Greg Raymond, Joe Haines, Clyde Keith, Bell Clark, Toni Fontanini, Candy Fagan, Kathleen Craighton, Diana Fryman, Hope Feyen, Sally Akers, Nanette Edmond. Fourth row, left to right: Phil Huglin, Doug Marshall, Tom Simon, Larry Van Scoyk, Eric Young, Jane Trickey, Virginia Terrell, Linda Howard, Marjie Reeves, Marcia Logan, Linda Mattson, Marsha Martin. Fifth row, left to right: Doug Cowie, Ken McNally, Tom Cai ' lstrom, Terry Abernathy, Allen Essman, Ann Stephen, Pat Dilley, Milva McCaw, Donna Bexell, Nancy Chase, Peggy Copic. ♦ i — 1 1 1 — V: i 1 i I ' i ' M « ■■BMI Ml ' ' 4 i 1 Sf: i J m$m 1 | p 1 jlmk 1 J , f- % f i m MgSte | M 1 - ' ' ' J. 4 | • 1 »). : • 1 I 4 f m mWm, 1 1 ' •: ’ ' M 114 4-■i ! M 1 ' ' ' I .kriMKM GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB— front row, left to right: Mr. Whaley, Cheryl Cook, Connie Moore, Beverly Cox, Johanne Starrett, Barbara Stubbs, Marcia Clark Sally Akers, Linda Brannen, Patty Akers. Second row, left to right: Maxine Stalcup, Virginia Staley, Sandy Ellis Judy Baker, Sandy Meier Della Custer, Linda Arnold, Jean Truber, Karen Hadlock. Third row, left to right: Linda Greenleaf, Dorothy Copic Linda Minard, Kathy Bacye ' n Jill Leopold, Vicki Pedersen, Pam Goble, Barbara Gilson, Betty Andersen. Fourth row, left to right: Roma Dale, Arlene Peterson, Olga Shalick’y Billie McKowan, Lynn Lindsey, Kathy Morrill, Marsha Martin, Irene Frederickson, Linda Brown, Peggy Copic. - t m ■■■ Jj pOMI % JB t - ■§ I 1 Mm K " r b ■ x JH P i 1 J99 i Si $ -f • • Igl v : - . " " L jfl fjK " ? K H v-. - Bt w feBt - j - jB f j? MM ‘ n l 1 i |BJ| ! ' ■■ Hi 1 1 .; ' ' ' " ' ' J li PREP CHOIR— front row, left to right: Cindy O’Connor, Charlette Rupp, Billie Craft, Charlotte Faulkner, John Lee, Bob Brown, Sam Calacino, Gene Haigh, Don Brown. Second row, left to right: Mr. Whaley, Merrilyn Schwaf, Carlin Peer, Lynn Morlan, Joyce Henry, Jennise Frome, David Sparks, Doug Miller, Andrew Meadows, Donald Kinney. Third row, left to right: Shareen Owens, Wilma Frederick, Mary Kindley, Janet Grubb, Marcia ' Clark, Jean Graham, Janice McRae, Linda Deeds, Jackie Lewis. Fourth row, left to right: Maxine Stalcup, Kathy Anderson, Renee O’Keefe, Laura Ancell, Marsha White, Kathy Morrill, Jill Leopold, Patsy Hall, Barbara Gilson, Irene Fredrickson. — 112 — mm GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB—front row, left to right: Leslie Conrey, Dicta Picht, Judy Cook, Bev Dyer, Cheryl Bradshaw, Gloria Richardson. Second row, left to right: Cheryl Fontanini, Linda Johnston, Cindie Klauenburch, Debbie Kellen, Linda Swarts, Becky Clark, Suzette Stephens. Third row, left to right: Connie Rima, Margaret Whitmarsh, Judy Hillyard, Joanne Loffredo, Sharon Patterson, Colette Hoover. Fourth row, left to right: Vicki Hardenbrook, Carolyn Plemone, Vicki Gertsen, Debbie Hackbarth, Carol Pabst, Dixie McCoy, Maline Thompson. PREP CHOIR— front row, left to right: Joe O’Conner, John Campbell, Robert Brown, Chuck Vanderpool, Connie McCann, Gloria Richardson, Jackie Whitford, Diana Brierly, Johanna Sterrette, Marlys Rowe. Second row, left to right: Jim Morris, Dan Summy, Dennis Gates, Gary Sparks, Vicki McCabe, Sue Merkel, Carol Hasselfeldt, Linda Jaquinta, Sandy Farris. Third row, left to right: Sally Akers, Karen Hadlock, Colleen Collins, Sherri Hollison, Kathy Brown, Lila Benton, Peggy Ash, Jackie Pieart, Diane Mattson, Judy Baker, Lana O’Donoghue. Fourth row, left to right: Lorranine Hayes, Landra Slorp.h, Linda Dale, Roma Dale, Janet Walker, Betty Anderson, Vicki Noah, Janet Ford, Patty Bunch, Arlene Peterson, Della Custer, Jackie McCann. — 113 — j: i Lafe Hill Mike Williams Co-Editor Co-Editor Anne Graham Features Janet McRoberts Features m : si faiUftlitter HetoAftaper Columbia First Place Jim Noland and Chris Duewall confer with Mr. Sanders on make-up problem. Sandy West, Leslie Norman, and Kay Browning type stories. Joe Haines Bruce Walker Tom Borg Sports Sports Sports — 114 — Chris Duewall Christy Dysart Bob Runge Suzette Stephens Features Makeup Cartoonist Makeup PublicaticHA Press Winner 1964 Mr. Henry Sanders, Railsplitter ad¬ viser, stresses a point covering publica¬ tion problems. The Railsplitter, Lincoln’s own semi-monthly newspaper, exists to publicize the school and to give a picture of Lincoln, and to give students a chance to put to practical use the English skills they learn in class. This simple-seeming task is complicated by deadlines, make-up, and copy¬ reading. Trying to publish a paper can bring headaches, but, as any journalism student will testify, it can also bring rewards. Cindi Klauenburch Circulation Royce Gramm Advertising Shirley Andre Circulation 115 Jean LeRoque Photographer Dennis Brightwell Co-Editor Allen Honocher Advertising James Noland Co-Editor Dennis Brightwell and Jim Noland, editors, check dummy of June annual. Tony Renzo Sports Mary Anne Whaley Makeup Allen Essman Photographer Pam Snook and Suzette Stephens paste glossy prints of seniors. Marnee Irish Pam Snook Judy Yenzer Sue Fazio Diana Fryman Academics Glossies Glossies Student Life Student Life — 116 — I Jane Barshell Sketches Carolyn Hall Sketches Hope Feyen Sketches Sally Rife Sketches Virginia Terrell Academics Publication Putting together a 184 page book that is, in effect, a picture of the school can be a staggering task, probably the hardest part of which is coordinating everybody’s efforts. Things never move smoothly. Things are never easy. Yet, in spite of this, the staff manages to produce the book. You hold this book now in your hands. If the book appears to you a picture of Lincoln High School, the staff has done it’s job. Colette Hoover Organizations Mr. Gordon Opel, adviser for Railsplitter record keeping, confers with Peggy Marsh, circulation manager. Peggy Marsh Circulation Sue Bogatto Organizations Michele Cron Organizations Virginia Gilbert Organizations Carol Taber Organizations Sandy West Organizatio ns — 117 — PRODUCTION STAFF — Seated: Sharilyn Wagner, Andrea Moore, Elsie Fenner. Standing: Dick Bason, Bill Christenson, Vii-ginia Gilbert, Pat Thompson, Joe Haines, Karen Duelany. Out 0 The Jfifing Pan By Francis Swann Directed by Harley Waller Cast (in order of appearance) George Bodell.. Norman Reese- Mrs. Garnet_ Tony Dennison Muriel Foster_ Kate Ault_ Marge Benson Dottie Coburn.. Mr. Coburn_ Mr. Kenny_ Mac_ Joe_ .... Allen Essman _James Noland _Barbara Dick ... Jean LeRoque Maria Colacino _Linda Carroll _Judy Lewis _Pat Kellogg _Fred Perry David Meadows Randall LeCocq ....Charles Jones The trials of six young actors and actresses struggling for a “break” in New York were featured in the school play. Act 1: Don’t spit on the producer young thespians ad¬ monish George. I Act II: “But she isn’t dead,” young actors explain to policemen who dis¬ cover Murial with a bloody knife in her chest. CURTAIN CALL, left to right: Chuck Jones, Randy LeCocq, Barbara Dick, Judy Lewis, Jean LeRoque, Pat Kellogg, Jim Noland, Allen Essman, Linda Carroll, Maria Colacino, Dave Meadows, Fred Perry. — 120 — " - - Katharina, the wife of Paris (Andrea Moore) dares to wield her broom at the al¬ mighty Jupiter (Allen Essman), as the Court Fool (Sharilyne Wag¬ ner) watches the misunderstanding she has caused. Paris becideA— Venus or T te £hreu The First Mrs. Paris, a one act play, was presented before the Lincoln High School student body, January 29. The play was a farce of the classical myth of Paris And The Golden Apple. A shrewish wife plus quotations from William Shakespeare’s Taming Of The Shrew added to the many humorous incidents. This play won a superior rating in the 34th Annual Drake Play Festival. Paris (Jim No¬ land) is enraptur¬ ed by the three beautiful goddes¬ ses, Juno (Elsie Fenner), Venus (Jean Thomas), and Minerva (Linda Carroll). Mercury (Maria Colacino) quietly observes the sit¬ uation. ... Heart gc tv the ait The soul of the school in a burst of speed, a ball in the air. The school held together by boundary of court, field or lane. Pushing, straining, always to do bet¬ ter. Harder, harder, harder. Glory in sweat and pain. Go, go, go. Win, win, win. Hearts in the air. The elation of winning, frustration of loss. Yelling or running we gave what we had. VarAitif football Co-City Champions—1964 Ranked No. 3 in State 7—1—0 Varsity Record Lincoln_ 13 Lincoln_19 Lincoln_19 Lincoln_7 Lincoln_39 Lincoln_33 Lincoln__40 Lincoln_40 Marshalltown_6 East_20 Dowling_0 Roosevelt_0 Oskaloosa_0 Grinnell_0 North_0 Tech_0 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM—front row, left to right: Dennis Baayen, Phil Huglin, Bob Clark, Fred Perry, Mike Jordan, Roger Jones, Dave Damstrom, Steve Brodie, Steve Erickson, Tom Candler, Rick Ridnour, Dick Henry, Bob Keefer, Dave Cross. Second row, left to right: Tom Harper, Ronald Ballard, Mike Flaherty, Bill Wood, Herb Clark, Dick Bason, Doug Cowie, Dick Roland, Hal Durham, Jim Stanley, Ken Robinson, Bill McCutchen, Doug Barakat, Ken McNally, Dennis Johnson. Third row, left to right: Ace Hendricks, Chuck Roland, Jim Conrath, Bob Morlan, Bart Figg, Jim Ogden, Royce Gramm, Lloyd Burt, Ken Berry, Ronald Cooley, Bruce Walker, Bill Hippee, Donald South, Gary Jennings, Roger Solt, Allen Hornocker. Coach Don Ceynar Coach Eldon Peterson Head Coach Lloyd Klinzman — 124 — 1 1 0-£tate fUl-Citif Chuck Roland Q.B. jUl-Citif Bill McCutchen H.B. Second ftll-Citif Herb Clark G. Dick Bason G. Honorable Mention Hl-City Ken Robinson T. Bill Burt E. Ken McNally T. Bill Hippee E. Ace Hendricks E. — 125 — Mike Jordan T. Bill Burt E. Bill McCutchen H.B Chuck Roland Q.B. Roland charges over goal against Marshalltown. Rick Ridnour, H.B. Mike Williams T. Bruce Walker C. Dave Damstrom Q.B. — 126 — Doug Barakat H.B. Ken Berry T. Dick Bason G. Roland outruns Grinnell around the end. Tom Candler H.B. Brodie finds an opening against Oskaloosa. Jim Conrath E. Doug Cowie C. Ken Robinson T. Bill Hipp.ee E. Herb Clark G. Ken McNally T. Bob Morlan F.B. — 127 — cpkctnon Joe thatl pketnete Lincoln_0 Lincoln_0 Lincoln_19 Lincoln.__7 Lincoln- 0 Lincoln_14 Lincoln_0 Lincoln_0 (Zeccrd Norwalk J. V-32 East_ 13 Dowling_20 Roosevelt_27 Ames J. V-27 Dowling_13 North_12 Tech_26 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL—front row, left to right: Carl Mondt, Albert Meek, Darrel Ptasnic, Gary Davidson, Bob Evans _ - - i l I % . _ I 1 _ _ _ _1 1 1 A T — O m 1 1 T A i n r P r» n n W r A A n 1 1A Scott”, ' Chuck Sanders, Rudy Lucia, Gary Banta. Third row, left to right: Coach Yount, Manager Dick Bartlett Dave Heiser, Tom Biddle, Rick Grant, Jeff Lines, Dennis Wright, Lawrence Dickes, Greg Blanchard, George Clark, Mike Coffin, John Outhouse, Dominic Be’rardi, Dennis Delmont, Manager Craig Porter. Coach Berry Yount Coach Wayne DeMouth 128 — VatAitif CrcAA Ccuhttif VarAitif Record Lincoln 17 Marshalltown n _ i Lincoln_ 15 East_ _6 Lincoln ...25 Grinnell _30 Lincoln_ ...31 Newton_ _24 Lincoln... _ .15 Tech. _6 Lincoln. _ __ _ 10 North _ _13 Lincoln_ 13 Roosevelt_ _8 CROSS COUNTRY TRACK—front row, left to right: Rick Myer, Doyle Reynolds, Roland Harvey, Art Van Roekel, Bruce Sater, Ron Nichols, Dan Booth, Paul Petty, Mike Lint, Steve Buchanan, Mike O’Deay, Jim Berry, Billy Mills. Second row, left to right: David Veach, Dan Cox, David Coldwell, Tim Meline, Larry Whitford, Jim Lightner, Bob Braman, Tom Kline, Fred Eggers, Jim Rushing. Third row, left to righf: Tom Borg, manager; Larry Van Scoyk, Bob Baum, Tom Murphy, Robert Montgomery, John Ogden, Alain Andrews, Bob Holton, Gary Gilliam, Coach Burl Berry. Montgomery stretches for victory. District starting line. Ogden and Montgomery take the lead. Andrews makes his bid. — 129 — VarAitif SaAketball Varsity Record Lincoln. _ _ 63 Saydel_ _54 Lincoln_ _ _ .49 Dowling_ _46 Lincoln_ 43 Nevada_ _50 Lincoln _ 60 Roosevelt_ _50 Lincoln _ 57 Oskaloosa_ _34 Lincoln - 57 Tech_ _43 Lincoln .53 East_ _66 Lincoln_ _ „_.56 Tech _65 Lincoln_ 61 North . . _ _69 Lincoln _ 55 Roosevelt_ _66 Lincoln 59 Chariton_ _53 Lincoln _ 57 Dowling_ _60 Lincoln_ ... 44 East_ _56 Lincoln 52 Valley_ 66 Lincoln_ _ 49 North_ _59 Lincoln ______ ____ __ .49 Newton_ _75 Lincoln 67 Pleasantville ___ _ __ 60 Lincoln_ _ 49 Roosevelt_ _63 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM—front row, left to right: Bart Figg, John Ogden, Steve Cox, Bill McCutchen, Rick Ridnour, Les Statler, Dave Damstrom, Tom Simon. Second row, left to right: Conrad Zimmerman, Steve White, Bruce Walker, Ron Cooley, Doug Rafdal, BifHHippee, Chuck Roland, Horace Hendricks, Coach Ollrich. Honorable Mention 0-Citij Bill Hippee Center - 130 - Bill MiCutchen Guard Dave Damstrom Guard Roland sinks a long one in win over Riders. Rafdal fights for tip against Nevada. Chuck Roland Guard Ogden pumps in free throw against Riders. Coolley shoots against Dowling. John Ogden Guard Ron Coolley F orward Bruce Walker Forward 131 — Doug Rafdal Forward Les Statler Guard Bart Figg Forward Steve Cox Guard McCutchen jumps high in victory over Osky. Ogden lays it up against Tech Hendricks scores against East. Hippee fights for rebound against Oskaloosa. Rick Ridnour Guard Tom Simon Forward Horace Hendricks Guard — 132 — I Junior Varsity Sachet bail IlSftHUU BKtTttt umtWL ibmtmu .UESttTSttl 8 »tW JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM—front row, left to right: Oren DeShong, Bob Cochran, Dave Cross, Raymond Brown, Dennis Dickey. Second row, left to right: Bob Baum, Jim Conrath, Roger Solt, Gary Jennings, Mark Hutchings, Gary Gilham, George Davis, Tom Inhofe. Coach Junior Varsity Lincoln . _71 Nevada .. _. ...... 53 Lincoln _ _37 Roosevelt ... . 40 Lincoln . _74 Tech _ ...... 41 Lincoln .63 East .. .67 Lincoln . _56 Tech .. _58 Lincoln . _63 North . ..... 54 Lincoln . _73 North .. .74 Lincoln .. 63 East _ .32 Lincoln .. _53 Roosevelt ... ...... 49 DeMouth not pictured. Coach Yount gives instructions. Sophomore Lincoln . ... .58 Saydel .... _ .56 Lincoln _49 Dowling _ 60 Lincoln . _44 Roosevelt 68 Linc oln _ 57 Oskaloosa . 51 Lincoln . _42 Tech _ 59 Lincoln _71 East 61 Lincoln _ _47 Tech 56 Lincoln . 66 North _ _44 Lincoln . _35 Roosevelt 84 Lincoln . .63 Chariton . . 62 Lincoln _50 Dowling 62 Lincoln . _57 East _ 59 Lincoln ..55 Valley 47 Lincoln _73 Newton .. 57 Lincoln _74 North .. ..77 Sophomore Basketball SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM—front row, left to right: Joe Sneller, Bob White, Tom Wood, Doug Miller, Ray Lock¬ hart, John Outhouse, Bob Wright, Mel Hardenbrook. Second row, left to right: Ted Townsend, manager, Dan Millis, Jim Ogden, Jeff Douglas, Bill Tamasi, Dennis Thomas, Dick Tate, Coach Yount. — 133— i VarAitif WreAtlihg Varsity Record Lincoln_30 Lincoln_18 Lincoln_14 Lincoln_30 Lincoln_20 Lincoln_27 Lincoln_11 Lincoln_20 Lincoln_17 Lincoln_29 Lincoln_36 Lincoln_18 Lincoln_18 Tech_ _16 Roosevelt _25 Newton_ _28 North 10 Chariton 15 Ankenv _8 East_ _31 Roosevelt... _18 Grinnell_ _23 Valley_ _11 North_ _ _8 East_ _21 Tech_ ___21 Third In City Tenth In State WRESTLING SQUAD—front row, left to right: Reese McNulty, Chuck Jordan, Jim Lightner, Henry Vasey, Tom Candler, Mike Hagen, Bill Vermie, Charlie Becker, Dan Law, Bill Mills, Bill Burt. Second row, left to right: Coach Owens, Randy Payne, Dave Heiser, Dominic Berardi, Doug Barakat, Denny Waterman, John McNulty, Herb Clark, Dick Bason, Bob Bason, Ken Berry, Mike Jordan, John Trent, Jim Boston. Third row, left to right: Howard Brown, Bob Scott, Rollin Pieart, Tim Meline, Doug Cowie, Steve Buchanan, Rolland Harvey, Chuck Andreano, Denny Bridal, Mike Lint, Dennis Winfrey, John Simonson, David Veach, Jim Hamlin, Rick Norden- son.. Fourth row, left to right: Doyle Reynolds, Ken Eliot, Tom Borg, Dennis Delmott, George Clark, Larry Ball, Dennis Gates, Tom Rhoades, Robin Karnes, Dennis Carroll, Ron Fuller, Art VanRoekel, Darrell Kitterman, Doug Saylor, Jim Trowel-, Chuck Bumpilori, Larry Villines, Coach Blenderman. £tate Chapt ticn Dick Bason 145 lbs. — 134— district WihherA Henry Vasey 120 lbs. Charlie Becker 112 lbs. Dan Law 95 lbs. Vasey goes for pin in district. Becker breaks his man down. Bason uses figure 4 in district victory over Dennis Lyall of Tech. 135— Doug Barakat 154 lbs. Herb Clark 180 lbs. John McNulty 133 lbs. Jim Lightner 103 lbs. Reese McNulty 165 lbs. Bill Vermie 127 lbs. John McNulty breaks him down. Reese McNulty puts on pressure. Tom Chandler 128 lbs. Mike Hagan 120 lbs. Chuck Jordan 138 lbs. Ken Berry Hwt. Bill Burt Hwt. —136— VarAittf £u?wtttihg Record Lincoln_ _36 North _59 Lincoln_ _ _58 Tech _ _37 Lincoln_ _52 Ft. Dodge_ _43 Lincoln_ _60 East_ _35 Lincoln_ _41 Boone_ _54 Lincoln.. .. 58 Marshalltown_ _37 Lincoln 29 Roosevelt _66 Lincoln_ _50 2 East_ _445 2 Lincoln _49 Tech_ _46 Lincoln __ 30 Roosevelt_ _65 Lincoln_ _38 North_ _57 Third Place In City SWIMMING TEAM—front row, left to right: Pete Smith, Paul Petty, Ray Caulkins, Fred Eggers, Bob Clark, Bob Williams, Steve Conners, Jerry Bowers, Joe Haines, Captain. Second row, left to right: Todd Textor, David Ceretti, Dick Toon, Chuck Kemp, Phil Huglin, Don Durham, Jim Stanley, Craig Davis, Bob Dow. Third row, left to right: Dick Henry, Lafe Hill, Phil Carroll, Ed Koons, Laddie Jobe, Jerry Villines, Jon Fuller, Bob Kent, Dennis Johnson, Coach Graaff. Coach Lorin Graaff -137- Assistant Coach Dean Crocker M Fred Eggers Bob Williams Steve Connors Htykliqkti Dick Henry takes off in Roosevelt meet. Haines swims back stroke. Clark makes it looks easy. Caroll makes the turn. Dave Ceretti Dick Toon Joe Haines —Pi — 138— Varditif £ a deltall Coach Wayne Heintz VARSITY BASEBALL—front row, left to right: Allan Joss, Ray Lockhart, John Outhouse, John Damstrom, Royce Gramm, Mike Jordan. Bob Cochran, Raymond Free, Ron J. Fuller, Jim Lightner, Mike Hagen. Second row, left to right: Bill Burt, Ace Hendricks, Herb Clark, Tom Simon, Mike Grubb, Fred Perry, Dennis Dickey, Gordon Longdan, Scott McDaniel, Steve Cox, Coach Wayne Heintz. £cftkcwre Sadeball Coach Gerald Jaehnel SOPHOMORE BASEBALL—front row, left to right: John Simonsons, Mike Lint, John Lee, Robin Karnes, Bob White, Dean Free, Joe Sneller. Second row, left to right: Mr. Jaehnel, George Clark, Ron Foreman, Bill Johnson, Mike Crook, Bill Tamasi, Dan Millis, Randy Payne, Bruce Sater. —139— -I Dave Damstrom Allan Joss Scott McDaniel Bill Burt Herb Clark Bill Burt hits a triple. Mike Hagen grounds one out. Ik 1 ' VarAitif TehttiJ Team Coach John VanWhy BOYS’ VARSITY TENNIS—front row, left to right: Ted Townsend, Pete Goodwin, Craig Davis, Ed Anson, Steve Torgeson, Mike Sulli¬ van, Allen Essman. Back row, left to right: Phil Huglin, Andy Peixoto, Dennis Johnson, Bob Dow, Ed Koons, Bill Hippee, Tony Renzo, Coach John Van Why. Boys Record Girls Record Lincoln _ 6 Dowling _ 1 Lincoln . _ 6 Tech _ Lincoln _ 7 Tech _ ..... 0 Lincoln _ _5 St. Joseph _ Lincoln . _ 9 Indianola _ 0 Lincoln . _ 5 North _ Lincoln _ _ 5 Newton _ .... 4 Lincoln _ 7 East _ Lincoln .. _9 Indianola _ 0 4 i O - 0 Lincoln _ 3 East _ ..... 4 Lincoln _6 Ames _ . .. 3 Lincoln _ _4 North _ .... 3 7 - 1 - 0 GIRLS’ VARSITY TENNIS—front row, left to right: Charlotte Robson, Jane Barshell, Jerene Myerly, Jamie Pennock, Karen Davis, Nancy Bartholomew, Diane McDonough, Barbara Stubbs. Back row, left to right: Sus an King, Janet McRoberts, Susan Harbert, Carol Lee, Pam Rundberg, Sandy Heck, Marnee Irish, Coach Van Why. 1 Tony Renzo Dennis Johnson Renzo returns a smash. Huglin serves one. Sue King Nancy Bartholomew Ed Koons Anson swings hard, Davis backhands one. Bill Hippee Charlotte Robson Diana McDonough 142 , Spring Track Team Varsity Coach Burl Berry Sophomore Coach Leslie Lewis TRACK—front row, left to right: Dennis Dillard, Bill Mills, Darrell Ptasnek, Henry Vasey, Clayton Grubb, Vince Carter, Robert Work- ' man, Tom Borg. Second row, left to right: Bill Wood, Bill Baker, Mel Hardenbrook, Bob Bason, Steve Conner, Steve Brodie, Bob Wright, Tom Rhoades. Third row, left to right: Rick Grant, Dennis Gates, Craig Bales, Mike O’Deay, Gary Davidson, Dan Signs, Rick Myers, Tom Rogers, Tom Umpress. Fourth row, left to right: Dave Alexander, Jim Berry, Craig Bartholomew, Bob Braman, Ron Nichols, Bob Morlan, Bob Keefer, Dennis Winfrey. Fifth row, left to right: Ray Calkins, Paul Petty, Dennis Wright, Dan Siverson, Tim Meline, Rich Nichols, Ron Ballard, Don Gaston. Sixth row, left to right: Mr. Berry, Lawrence Dickes, John Trent, Roger Solt, Chuck Roland, Jim Conrath, Ken Berry, Bob Montgomery, John Ogden, Jim Ogden, Mr. Blenderman. JUNIOR TRACK SQUAD—front row, left to right: Pete Comisky, Dave Summy, Steve Word, Simon Casady, Steve Lewis, John McDonald, Dan Cox, Dominic Tucci, Craig Chapman. Second row, left to right: Tony Baratta, Reginald Leggitt, Steve Newton, John Erickson, Steve Baltzley, Alan Moyle, Jim Fontanini, John Strouf. Third row, left to right: Gary Roach, Dennis Davis, Bob Turner, Ron Paveglio, Jim Neuwerth, Don Houk, Richard Townsend, Bill Tassin, Glenn Bowles, Coach Lewis. —143— Roger Soil Bob Montgomery 1 Chuck Roland Jim Ogden Don South goes up and over. John Ogden Braman passes the baton. Tom Candler swings high. Tim Meline Mike O’Deay ScijA and (jitU VarAitif Coach Don Ceynar BOYS’ GOLF—front row, left to right: Doug Rafdal, Bob Runge, Frank Fazio. Second row, left to right: Tom Woods, Doug Miller, Gary Gioffredi, Bruce Kroll. Third row, left to right: Bob Baum, Dan Hemphill, Dick Tate, Don Loffredo. GIRLS’ GOLF—seated, left to right: Kathy Hill, Jean Devin, Marcia Logan, Carolyn Hall, Jane Anderson, Margie Reeves. Standing, left to right: Joyce Gray, Marsha Sneller, Marcia Clark, Judy Kothenbeutal, Jeri Kothenbeutel, Gloria Gray, Cheryl Crawford. — 145— Todd Textor Mike drives one. Judy drives out of the rough. Judy Kothenbeutel Marsha Sneller — 146 — Marsha tees off. Bob swings. Jane Anderson i ■ ' MV,, oCincofn —IJiyL cl tjc ramm affsasff THIS IS A LUMNUS e mtwet4 My eab ALUMNUS is what you are when you are graduated from High School. These past years spent in exploring and de¬ veloping your special talents have reached an important plateau. Capital City Bank congratulates you on past achievements and wishes you success in future endeavors. What’s next? College? A job? Whatever your future, Capi¬ tal City Bank would like to help you overcome any finan¬ cial problem that might stand in the way of your plans. Come join our ever-growing list of young customers. 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BINDER, Prop. 1415 Army Post Road Telephone CHerry 3-6111 I i—.1111—nn— iiii— iiu — iiii— uii ' — iiii— mi—nii — iiii— mi— iiii— iiii- im—uu— iiii— mi —ini —1 § 720 Locust St. Des Moines i|»H—mi—uu—ini — mi—mi—mi—mi—un — mi—mi—im—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—n f •£«ti—mi—— nii- iiii—mi— -mi—iiii — mi—— mi uu nii —mi—mi——mi—mi—mi—mi— mt— -ini —mi——ini —mi— hii — iiii—iiii—iiii— iiii— — iiii—iiii— — ihi—•1111— — uu—1111 —1111—1111—1111 —1111—1111—1111—1111 — I I CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! VALLEY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY WALNUT AT FOURTH Member F.D.I.C. 159 + ' i I —HH—mi—im—HH—MM——llll- IIM—1111—Mil—1111— ' Nil—1111 —Mil —Mil—l I 1 I CONGRATULATIONS I j FROM I Stevens Food Market •J n —1111—1111 —1111—1111—1111 —1111 —1111 —11 I I i«— mi—ini« — mi—mi—tm — un—mi—mi—im«— mi—11 i WHITAKER PHARMACY J Jhe prescription Store With the Lambert Dairy Shop | 1103 Army Post Rd. Phone 285-2121 2 East Army Post Road - 1111 — 1111 — -1111 —1111— I Snook Sign Service NEON —PLASTIC SIGNS Maintenance Repairing WHOLESALE — RETAIL I + FREE DELIVERY ! I •§•11—mi—mi —mi—mi—mi—1111—1111—im——nil—1111—1111 — mi ——1111—1111——1111 — mi—mi—1111 — n J J n—1111 —mm—- mi —nn——1111—mi- — iih— 1111—1111—1111—nn« —nil— hii— mi—1111 —hh— mi—1111—1 I lions (don ratufati J une 1964 (graduates FROM GRUBB WASHER Sales Service In HOME APPLIANCES —TELEVISION FURNITURE i i 1 I j 722 Southwest Bell AT 8-3001 | ! I i 3310 S. W. 9th Street Ph. CH 3-0526 I I Where You Always Get The Best Buy ! -1111 —1111—mi —1111- -tin—1111 1111— -n J» i 4 1 —160— •J B—1111 —1111 —1111 —1111—1111 —till—Mil —1111 —1111—1111—lilt—1111—1111—1111—1111—MM——MM—MM —I COMPLIMENTS ODEA Finance Company 1117 Locust Street DES MOINES, IOWA I 4s -iiii —1111 —1111—1:11 —im —mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—nn —mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—ii ' J n —1111—1111—1111—1111 —1111- 1111—1111—1111—mi—1111 —iim — mi—1111—nn —1111—mi—1111—nn—1 One of Des Moines’ Fastest Growing Florists Johnson Greenhouse -4 y FLORA-FAX " Across the Street or Across the Nation” AM 2-5623 1 Charge Accounts Welcome I 1 1 1 Evenings Till 6:00 I I I | Delivery Service to Metropolitan Des Moines Area j ! Also Ankeny, Prairie City, Carlisle ! I I I I j 3002 Easton Blvd. j I I •l 1—1111—1111 —iiii« — 1111 —in:—mi—1111—1111—mi—nil—iin- " iiii —mi—1111 —im- —1111—nn —IHI- —n J •J ii —iui— mi—mi ' —1111—1111—1111—nn—1111—1111—1111—mi—1111—1111—1111—1111 —iih— 1111 —1111—n Congratulations Seniors South Des Moines Mational Bank Southwest Ninth McKinley YOUR SOUTH-TOWN BANK’’ Member F.D.I.C. •§• 11—1111—nii —1111 —1111—1111—1111 —1111 —1111—1111—1111—1111—1111 —1111—1111- —1111—1111 —1111—1111 —u J J n —tin—1111—nn- —1111—1111—1111—1111 —nn —1111 —iin- ini—1111 —1111—tin—1111—mi—1111 —1111 —11|« Tel Star Restaurant , 20th Cottage Grove j I I I I i Congratulations I I c I | beniors | 1 I | Get In Orbit at the | TEL STAR j j | i Edward and Margaret Levy, Prop. i 1 •i 4 n —mi—1111—1111—1111—nii —iui—1111—1111—nii- nii- nii—nil —MM—mi—nil—nil—1111—mi-n J« —161 — £«m 1 I I ! I I i -Mil —llll —Mil- CONGRATULATIONS Mortimore Construction Co. ROY MORTIMORE 7401 Fleur Drive " + I Phone 285-3396 •I :!—.ini—HU—mi—mi—mi—nn—nil— mi—nu—mi—mi—-nil—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—n £ »f,n_nu_nu-nu-mi-mi--nn-mi-nn-nn-nn-nn-nn- ' in—nu—nn-nn-nu-nn—i T. . T I I i TRIANGLE DRUG j I 1 I S. E. 14th and Indianola 1 I I I CH 3-4131 1 i PARK AVENUE DRUG I | S. W. 9th and Park Ave. | CH 4-8166 i hii — mi—mi—mi —mi—mi—mi—nn —mi—ini —-mi—iin —iin —mi—nil—mi—mi—nil—i I I I FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION | , CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS FROM ‘Corsages Our Specialty 1 Thompson outhside d oriit TASSINS DAIRY QUEEN featuring Malts Beefburgers Sundaes Coneys Banana Splits Hot Dogs 5702 S. W. 9th 285-4401 Des Moines 15, IOWA Open 11:00 A. M. To 10:30 P. M. To Serve You 3404 S.W. 9th Phone AT 2-8823 •£• i«.||h— mi—nn—nn—nn—nil—nn—an—nn—nn—mi—nn —ii!i—1111- —1111—1111 —nn—mi— ii £ •£ u—,ui—iim- mi—nn—nn—nn—mi—nn—nn—nn—nn—nn—nn—nn—nn—nu—nn—nn-n«£« — 162 — I PIZZAS — SNACKS I T 5 | OR DINNERS ... j j ! 1 ITALIAN AND AMERICAN FOODS I . I Michael ' s 1 i Restaurant I I j On Fleur Drive Across From Holiday Inn j I I I I I PRIVATE PARTY ROOM I i I | Make Reservations Early j I 1 I I I Monday Thru Saturday Till 12:30 A. M. j | Sunday — Noon Till 8:00 P. M. j • Ml—1111 —1111—1111- Ml—Ml —Ml—llll ' —1111 —1111—1111 ' —1111 —1111—IM—Ull—ll A ] CONGRATULATIONS TO 1964 | I ! j GRADUATES I Hinky Dinky S. W. 9fh and Bell I I = I i llll — llll — 1111 — Ml— llll — III ) § I III —Ml —till —1111 —Ml—Ml—1111 —Ml— I = I I i HOME FEDERAL j SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION J SIXTH AND GRAND • DES MOINES 50307 I I New Landmark for Thrifty Iowans j 163— .nil—Mil—im—mi—Ml— hh— wi- iiii—nii —mi—nn —im—mi —ii •£• Authorized Ford Sales and Service i ! HIGGINS FORD I I I “KEEPS DES MOINES ON WHEELS” f J. Warren Higgins, President j E. 4th Grand Bus. Ph. AT 8-2271 j •I II — UII—— mi—mi—mi—IIII — mi — mi— mi—mi—mi—iin — mi—ini- —mi—mi— mi—nn—mi—n £« Babe ' s I 1 JUST WONDERFUL FOOD 417 SIXTH AVENUE ( n—nn—nn—nn—nn—nn— iui— mi—im—iin — nn—nn—nii — mi—nn—uii — nil—mi—nn- — i South Des Moines i I I J I j • Heating j j I 1 • Air Conditioning j I I ? • Electrical I j I Contractors I I I I i I 908 Park Ave. ATIantic 8-4283 I Des Moines, Iowa i ENSLOWS I i I I ! SUPER VALU STORE j EVEY DAY LOW PRICES 3018 S. W. 9th Street Phone ATIantic 2-0344 164 CONGRATULATIONS From Minit Car Wash i i I i I I I 414 COURT I I I } I I I ] 1 j Just East of Courthouse 1 CONGRATULATIONS JUNE GRADUATES | VAN GINKEL GROCERY = l i l i l l I I TOP QUALITY GROCERIES MEATS ★ i I I 1 j 2927 S. E. 14th CH 3-7378 j I I 1 I I 1 i I I I 1 1 i i I 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 + i I I I I 1 I I I I I I i 1 Freeman Decorating Company FREE DELIVERY 8c PICKUP 1800 KEO WAY PH. AT 8-5705 — 165 — f I I 1 I I I I | Sembower Pharmacy j | 4020 Fleur Drive j I I REGISTERED PHARMACISTS j ! ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES 1 i i I I I CH 3-0119 I I i 1 I i Prescriptions Delivered ! I I i I ! BIOLOGICALS — SICKROOM SUPPLIES | ! I I COMPLETE BABY DEPARTMENT | | j ! Open 7 Days A Week j Bob Brown i j Chevrolet I ! I I I Iowa’s Newest Finest I I I | 11th Locust | I i | NEW CARS USED CARS I ! NEW TRUCKS USED TRUCKS I I I I I j Sales Service j I I i AT 8-2151—AT 8-5289 ! WINFREY’S O.K. TIRE STORE 3017 Indianola—Des Moines 15, Iowa Personalized Safety Service 1 TRUING BALANCING SIPING ' Truing —cannot be applied at the factory—Tires i | must be trued to the wheels on which they run. Neither j f tires nor wheels are built perfectly round. : I I 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 I ! I Money-back road hazard guarantee—compare this guarantee with others. VVe handle the Famous GOODYEAR TIRE as well as our own new recap and used tires. VISIT YOUR FRIENDLY OK TIRE STORE 3017 INDIANOLA ROAD nil —1111 — UU—Hll—1111—I ' ll—1111 —1111 — 1111 — Mil—1111—IJII —1111—llll — llll—IIH— 1111—nil—M«|« mi—mi—nil—mi— iim — mi—mi—mi—im—mi—nii —mi—mi—itn—mi—mi—ii CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Elm Cafe I I Soups, Sandwiches, Chili I 522 ELM PHONE 243-9830 ! i I 166- MAY WE CONGRATULATE YOU hm— mi—nn— mi—1111 — iin- — mi—1111 — mi—1111 — 1111 — ini — mi— im — mi—mi—a | - (Jon ratulah tom i 4 . June 1964 Cjracluatei ! i y II i i From ! I I I NOAH ' S CLEANERS i 1 ! DRY CLEANERS —TAILORING ! I DYEING j j j Free Pickup and Delivery ! i I i DWIGHT NOAH, Prop. j I I I The Best Buy In Cleaning Is Quality ! i S. W. 9th Leland 285-1261 { j DES MOINES, IOWA 1 | i 1111 1111 1111 " n—— M " — in —— - " - ---mi-||||-- ||M ON YOUR GRADUATION LINCOLN DEL Featuring FINE LUNCHEON MEATS and COLD BEVERAGES Open Till Midnight 2824 S. W. 9th AT 2-8252 I i hii — ini— mh— mi—1111—1111 — 1111 -nil—1111—1111 —iiii — 1111 —1111—1111—mii — mi—1111— 1111— Jhe trailsplitter Printed and Bound by Q c arner f ullisliincj do A COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE ART LAYOUT • LETTERPRESS OFFSET PRINTING COPY • PHOTOGRAPHY • BOOKBINDING 1636 LOCUST ST. DES MOINES, IOWA 50309 PHONE 282-8146 i I 1 M—Ml—BM—UH—llll —llll — 1111 — 1111 — llll — llll—— llll — llll—Mil—Hll —III—Mil —Mil — llll —- 1111 — 1111 — Mil — 1111 — IW — MM—IIM — llll——Mil——MII—Mil— —1111 —Mil—— 1111 — llll —IIM—llll— — 167— i I •J»M—1111—Mil—1111—MM—HM —Mil—1111 —1111—MM—MII—1111—Ml—MII—MM —Mil—MM —MM—1111—I CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1964 Connie Skyliner SPECIALIZING IN PRIVATE PARTIES Roy Brick Barber Shop WEDDINGS 1 I - •$• 11 - 111—1111—im—1111—mi—»mi«—llll —illl—Mil—Ml—-Mil—llll — mi —mi—1111 —im —mi—-n»£« —IIM—IIM—HH — im—mi —1111 — IMI—IIM — Mil—Mil—IM -mi—tin —nii—mi—nn- CONGRATULATIONS June 1964 Graduates " i I 1 ! PHONE 285-6505 I I I i —nn —mi—mi—mi—ini — iiii — nn —nil—nil—nn—ini —nn —nn —nn —mi—mi—iiii —nil— ii J nn—nn—nn —nn—nii —nn —nil—nn—nn —tin—nn—mi—nil—r.n —nn —iin —nn —nil—n Cdong ratuiationd to tin Kade Market une (jraduatincf (dfa.56 1305 Park Ave. WIMPY ' S STEAK HOUSE 1605 SOUTH UNION i n —tin—mi—mi—mi—mi—im—mi—mi—mi- nii —nii- —mi—ini —mi—mi—iin- mi—ini —neje i i •J ii — nil—nn —mi —tm —mi —mi—nn—nn—n»—mi —nn—mi—mi—iw —nn—un—im — mb— nej 168 •gtN——nil—MM — llll—IMI——1111—»MM—MM—1111 — lltl — IMI—Uti — ml-IIM——1111 — Mil——MM —MM—MM——M|j I I I i AT 3-1775 Free Decorating Services FRANK CATALDOS INC. J «—IU1 —MII —MII —UII —Mil—MM—KM—MM—MM—1111 —1111 —1111 —IMI—Mil—Mil—IIU —1111—MM s a I I ! Complete I 1 j Beauty Care Furniture, Carpets and Accessories 5900 S. E. 14th Des Moines, Iowa mi—mi—mi—ini — iin — imi — iin — mi—mi—mi— imi — mi— mi— mi—mi— mi—mi—— mi—»4i l YjademoideKe 3 PHONE 285-2737 6001 FLEUR •J n —iin- nii— iiii — nn—nn—nn—mi—nii —nil—nil—iin — iiii — mi— iiii — mi—nil—mi—mi— I I i 4 •§•• 1 —mi—— iiii- — mi——nn—— iiii — mi——Mil—— iiii —iiii —iiu——hii — iiii —im- iiii—— iiii —iiii —M il——iin——iin—— iiii—— nil——nil—— iiii- iiii—- nil—— iiii——iiii—— iin—— nu—ini —nn—mi—iin —mi— mii — nn —mi—mi— iui— iiU " —u«J GRADUATION PICTURES ANDREWS STUDIO 822 WALNUT STREET Phone CH 4-4956 DES MOINES 9, IOWA GRADUATION PORTRAITS in Natural Color Remember we can make wedding pictures too —Mil——MM——Mll —llll — Mil——MM—MM—IMI MM —1111——Mil——1111 —1111—1111—1111—Mil—1111—Mil—1111—Mil—1111 —1111—1111—IMI—1111—1111—1111—Mil——MM—IIM — (III——1111 —1111—1111 — llll — IMI HII—»i—H —I I I 4 169 — ; CONGRATULATIONS j I FROM I j I | South Des Moines’ j l Only Complete Suburban I | Department Store j i i j FEATURING j ! LATEST STYLES OF CLOTHING SHOES i I I I Also | | GIFTS, TOYS HOUSEWARES j | I MARASCO ' S SHOPPING CENTER i I | 1967 Indianola Ave. Phone AT 8-6778 j I WAYNE HIGHLAND i I i i j ! Radiator Shop j i i [ i I i i i I COMPLETE RADIATOR SERVICE i I 608 14th STREET | ! I I I j Phone ATIantic 8-1475 Des Moines 14, Iowa j High Schools — Get Corsages At Nielsen 1 I I 1900 High Street Phone 243-0101 j I I I I 1 DES MOINES, IOWA l I I I_ I Bowlerama GOOD LUCK SENIORS FROM Bowlerama S. E. 14 - 1313 S. E. DIEHL 285-281 1 — 170 — ' ■ i I I -nil —nn —nil— -nn—nn—nil— III—n SELLERS HARDWARE 3205 S. W. 9th Street NORTHRUP KING LAWN PRODUCTS ORTHO PRODUCTS I I SUPER KEM TONE—KEM GLO | | i I I I t SEIDLITZ PAINTS i § = I ! I ! I PHONE CH 4-1913 I I I i I »§ ii —nn —nil—nn —nil—nil—nn—nil—nn — ii , i- iii:— mi—nil—nn- ini—nn —nil—nil—mi— ii J EDDIE AND ILENES Elbow Room FIT FOR A KING Serving Complete Menu Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner Open 5 A. M. until 9 P. M. Closed Sundays Holidays 1910 Army Post Road 285-9404 Des Moines, Iowa Home of the | BEST ROAST BEEF j In Town! i j I i CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Van ' s Super Markets 3416 S. E. 14th Street »J n—nil—nn —nil—in — 171 — 1 Congratulations, Class of 1964 j 1 Acri Wholesale Grocery Co. | 1800 S. W. 2nd l 1 ill ■ nw tm — — u i Des Moines, Iowa I •4 ♦J n —1111 —»imi— nn—nn—1111 —1111 —im —im —un—mi—1111 —1111 —ini— ini— nil—ini—nil—1111 —ti J i 1 BALZERS SKELLY SERVICE Washing Greasing Tires Batteries - Accessories 2716 S. W. 9th Street i 4 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1964 JUNE GRADUATES BANKERS TRUST ; j COMPANY 6th and Locust Street I Member F. D. I. C. I 1 I I I H—nil— hii— mi—nn—im — 1111 — nil—nil—nil—nn — nn—nil—mi—mi — mm— mi — hi mi—nn—nn—nn —mi—mi—nn —nil—nn — iim— nn —nii — iir—iim — nn—nn —nn—n j» i i 1 1 IOWA CONCRETE BLOCK MATERIALS CO. “OLDEST AND LARGEST IN CENTRAL IOWA” 820 S. W. 9th Street 1 Des Moines I nil—Nil—1111- 1111—1111 —llll ' —Mil—Mil—llll —Mil—IIM —IIII —nil—Mil—llll- Mil—INI—mi— bbJ — 172 — X H if- Line THE WORLD’S LARGEST SELLING LAYER Hy-Line layers have proven their high pro¬ fit potential to poultrymen throughout the world. Zooming in popularity from a few thousand in 1940 to over 123 million hatched in 1963, Hy- Line chicks are the world’s largest selling layer- type chicks. Hy-Line is a registered trademark of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Hy-Line layers produce eggs for family break¬ fasts in over 40 different countries. To name just a few of these countries, Hy- Line chicks are sold in Ceylon, Formosa, The Philippines, Argentina, Germany, Spain, Brazil, Lebanon, and Holland. HY-LINE POULTRY FARMS A Department of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. 1206 Mulberry Street DES MOINES, IOWA 50309 jrn Co. — 173 — i — mi mi-— un - — 1111 ini nii ■■mi i ■ini ' - mi ■■mi — iiii iin ' —1111 mi 1 nn 11 mi— " Mil—iiii” — no o » on nn—mi—mi—mi—nit-nn—mi—ini —mi—nn—nn—iin —im- —nn—tin—mi—nn—mi ' — Compliments of Call a • • • Yellow Cab CLARK ' S SUPER 100 JOHN GROTHER, Dealer Over 50 Years of Service to Des Moines 2804 S. W. 9th CH 3-1111 THOUSANDS SAY IT ' S BEST! •Jon —mi—un—un—mi—i it—mi—uii — iin — ini — iih — iiii — mi— iiii — mi—nii — un— iiii — iin — «•$ J i—mi—-ini —mi—un—mi—mi—mi—im —mi—mi—nn —iiu —•nn——nii —nn—mi—nil—mi—noj 1 i_ nn— nil— mi—nil-mi—mi—mi— un—un—nil— nii — nn—nn—ini — un—iiu — nn—iin — noj i—mi—mi — un—• hi— mi—mj- — mi—mi—nil—mi—mi —Mil—nn—nil—nn—mi—nn—mi—u J I I I Expert Watch i Repairing I Chronographs I Stop Watches Regular Watches I 328 Grand Aven., West Des Moines 255-0423 Richardson ' s ! 3414 S. W. 9th I 288-3985 ! I WATCH REPAIRING I 201 Rawson Bldg., 805 Vi Locust 3619 Ingersoll 277-7186 I Phone AT 8-4398 I Des Moines 9, Iowa i I mi—mi—ini ' —nn—nn—un—mi— iiii —iih —iiii — mi—nn—un—un—un—un—mi— iiii — i n—mi nn—nn —hi —iiii —iiii — nn— iiii — mi—mi—ini —mi— ii:i — nn— iiii — mi—un— iiii — n i — 174 — •JOII —-llll—Mil—llll—llll——1111 — llll—llll—||M—lilt— 1111 —llll——llll—1111 — Mil—Mil—llll—— llli—||ll—I I 1 I I i CONGRATULATIONS I I I ! Your Best Investment. . . EDUCATION ! Your Next Best REAL ESTATE OWNERSHIP mi—— mi—ii ' i—im—»im — mi—mi—iin- mi—mi—mi—mi_— mi——.im — mi—. nn _-h •£« Compliments of R. G. KING ! Division Manager Master Builders Company I Buy, Sell or Exchange Cook Realty Co. Over 20 Years in Southtown Office — 800 Herold i I A CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS | DIVISION OF MARTIN MARIETTA j I CLEVELAND, OHIO •|oii—-M il llll—llll—-llll——llll—lilt—llll—llll——llll—-llll——llll—-llll——nil—llll—llll—1111 — llll—mi—HU mi—uii — llll—nil——llll——llll——llll——llll——llll—llll—— 1111——llll——llll—mi — llll-till——llll—-mi-u |« II S IOWA ' S FAVORITE because it ' s Iowa Farm Fresh! Pick the carton with Elsie-Daisy . . . NEW PLASTIC - r - • ' 2 W KT «OMOG£iy ifo Milk DAIRY PRODUCTS 2341 2nd Avenue I Des Moines, Iowa I [ •|«ii— mi—mi— iiii— mi—im—mi—im—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—mi—ini—mi—mi— mi—mi—mi—mi— iui— nil— — 175 — ■mi—mi- ■ iui— mi—mi—im—mi—iin— iiu- — mi— iui« iui— ub—iiu—— uu— “T •Jen— HR—I n—-mi—mi —nti —mi—mi—ini—mi—mi—mi—mi—nil—iin —1111 —nn—1111 —ini —i |e I | 4 n __uii_iin_ nn— mi—mi—mi—iin —mi—iin — nil—mi—mi—mi—mi—— mi—mi—mi—mi— I Congratulations Graduates! 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