Algona High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Algona, IA)

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- ii we 'S s 'ra - as .,-1' , 1' L-.-....,-....... I IJ U N f ' ibm O r--I Tl-IE Faculty and Administration . . 3 Organizations . . 11 Autumn . . . . 25 Winter . . 47 Spring . . . . 75 - CQNTENTS I-D06 ,, . 0 fx -L L .5 V. .gg -1 ,N, N, . 'X -Q qt. .,' A-H .-N v'-X-. in , ' x.. Q 1 H4 ' YL.: ' D :.Q'4 33 .-w-,Q-h -" x-W' .,-3 X - :ff -"-S.+,"7K-'-'--'.L. ,. gs, . k-LL.-5 5 .Q-, ,I ' .A...s T-5 . .'. ' :LA f ' 9 fn 'H ' J' QC " '- . ,. .:. . 1 ., ' !'l " -' 1 .. X. ' .1 1 . , 'f '..-Hg. 'f'1!'f I 'x"x,-'Cz'-ll. ' , , I ,,' I v n I' 1 'IQ 5121 VA! gl" , I '1 nz , . " , ,. ., ., I n . Viv. '." ,J..q', 'T Elf . a- ' it lx lf! We ,v ,lo fi I" 'S O' ..4.u -,H ,z " 'i-W I . , . .'--'Q -.u .'1T4s1".!,,y. . 'I . J 'iz' Fa" lf an.. I 1. ffquflfiff ... X.-ii'- - 1 ,. , . . 1 X x.M.!xJ.,5, sb' L-V 11 .xv ' HW 55 v -N.-" N. f v r5'."'hX-V3."",5l1' 4 , Hx . r- ' ' W X M P s is fl I wg 1 1 . .. ,t . 455- y,, 3-Q I. .' . ., -.X ", '... 'uh 4- -n -Q v g,'5.,4vx NE S, V-5 X, .4 X H' "Q 'iii 'ie-x'N:1'x? x:.+f,Qx . 1' K4 .5 Q, A ' J 'lrfnqxxy fuk' h Ynox 1. ,I 1 .1 'I v" . ,Ir ks? lr ,. K' All . gg 'ig- QQQ, Administration OTTO B. LAING, Superintendent PRINCIPALS: ELGIN ALLEN, Sr. High GLENN CHALLY, Jr. High MRS. MARGARET BERINGER, EI WALTER MCBRIDE, Elem. MRS. FERN STANTON, Elem. em. Alguna Qlummunitg Eiclyuul Biff-tvirt Pxlgxuna. llama Board of Education- JOHN HAYES, President ROBERT BLACK lACK LIMBAUGH RUSSELL MEDIN MRS. DOROTHY STEFFAN FRED A. DIEKMANN, Jr., DONALD H. KRAMER, Sec HA'I'l'IE WILSON, Elem. Supervisor 8' Business Assistant To the Class of 1963: May, 1963 You are now finishing the first lap in the course of a race that is probably the most exciting and challenging one in all the history of mankind - and we wish you well clear up to the finish. No previous class has faced a World of quite so many recent or impending changes and problems in a single life-time: astronauts and moon flights and the exploration of a world that Columbus didn't even dream aboutg biochemists and the search for the secrets of the origin of lifey birth con- trol and the threat of an overpopulated planet: race riots and the struggle for the universal rights of man: modern "muckrakers" such as Rachel Carson and the compulsion to know the truth about our ills: life and death struggle of Communism with Democracy, and many, many more, some of which would put Munchausen to shame. You are thrust into the middle of it, you and thousands of others in high schools all over our land. And those of us who, like Moses on Mount Nebo, will just get a glimpse of your promised land may perhaps be forgiven for a tinge of envy: yet we wish you Godspeed and a safe journey! Sincerely , . i. Y 0.5, ,F ' O.B. Laing k Xf- wxgw of' ,. - A ,.,,, . , .... 1:4 1 . .. 1 as 1 1' Mr. Cha11y's ready smile and helpful attitude do much the adjustment to junior high a pleasant one for new entn graders. With even a larger group of students, his work has increased, but he has taken it in stride. -,ff After three years as principal of Algona High School, Mr. Allen has proven himself to be a competent administrator, and in doing so has gained the respect of the Student body. We say, "Congratulations on a job well done !", and we hope that his future years may be as success- ful as this year. Our hats off to you, Mr. Chally . Laing looks on 41" SL'-P"'a SCHOOL BOARD Nm lL 7.1 SEATED, Left to Right: Mr. Black, Mrs. Steffan, President Hayes, Mr. Kramer. STANDING: Mr.Medin, Mr. Limbaugh, Superintendent Laing. FACULTY MRS. CHALLY S.U.l. Jr. High Reading MR. CI-IRISTIE Omaha U. Coach, Football, Basketball, Track Baseball MR. COLLIER Northwest Missouri State, I. S. U. Chemistry, Biology Conservation Club iw. N MR. CHIQUET S. C. I. Ir. High English Jr. High Reading Journalism Yearbook Adviser MRS. COLLLER Missouri U. Jr. High Home Ec. MISS COMFORT I. S. U. Lunchroorn Manager MISS CONDON Drake Art, Art Club MR. GUSTER S. C. I. nt. and Sr. High Band MR. HERSHBERGER S. C. I. IFootba11 and Track, Physical Education MR. HOBBIE Cornell f. and Sr. High Coach, Science MRS. KALAR Grinnel English II MRS. KELLEY S.U. I. English Literature, English II, Language and Lit. , National Honor Society MISS CRAIG I.S. U. Home Economics, F. H. A MRS. HENDERSON Upper Iowa University Library MR. HILL Midland College Jr. High Social Studies, History, Jr. and Sr. High Coach MISS JOHNSON Upper Iowa University Jr. High Arithmetic MR. KARL Wartburg College Retailing, Bookkeeping, Consumer Math, D. E. C. A General Business MISS LONG-NECKER I. S. U. American Lit. , Pep Club 7 MISS MADSEN S,C.I, Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice, F,B, L,A Secretarial Training, Annual Business Advisor MRS. MCCULLOUGH Buena Vista Jr. High English MISS MILLER S. C. I. General Math, Geometry MR. MORTEN SEN Morningside General Science, Algebra I MR. OLSON St. Olaf Jr. High Social Studies, History, Golf MR. PRICE University of Missouri Spanish I, II 8 gg, E ,-0' . wilt ,. :JI .I 1 U . .EA V, IN, 5-Es 4 . . I 1, ,I . , . 1? iw! ,,,. :Kilt .- . hi' Q , Q I X , """' I1-.Q i S i A I X-Hi . , -. - 5" I - '- Y If. J I' L' I' rv I N , r MR. MARTIN S. C. I. Industrial Arts, Wrestli and Football MR. MEYER F I.S.U. Metals, Electricity, Industrial Arts, Industr Occupation MR. MOON ' S.C.I. Algebra II, Math IV MRS. MOXLEY S. C. I. Physical Education, He Cheerleading, Cadet' MR. PALMER Coe College American History, Deb- Tennis MISS QUINBY S . C. I. Algebra I, Visual Aid Guidance Counselo MRS. RICHARDSON School Nurse MRS. SEFRIT S.C.I. Study Hall MR. SNUSTAD Morehead S. C. Jr. and Sr. High Vocal Music -35 v I' as ff!!- 5' I A . ,A 5 y. MR. SPRATT s.c.1. VI. '21 Jr. High Arithmetic, - ,' Biology K W, I H MR. STEPHENSON S.C.I. -V. Physical Education, ,W " Basketball Q22 MR WARNER Rockford College General Science 'TTT 1 ffzaae-.T-1111:-1. . Sq.. N.,-Y , V .,. , a .5 6 gi' A ,I . ll! Y 9 w ' Q r ' . X. - ,ir ' - Physics, Camera Club t H-I, 1 , . ' vi , . 1- .-LV. -1' - I ' AI'elf'f'f fl L' ' 9 Iiigbfvf-'11 . I 1,1 t-1 .lg '-,rl ' .4 A ff A :X I L" MR. SCHNEIDER Drake World History American Literature MR. SEFRIT I. S. U. Vocational Agriculture, F. F. A. MISS SORENSON S. C. I. Social Problems, Guidance, F. T. A. t MR. SPURGIN I Kansas University .. Economics, World History , I d I Government, . J' fri. 1-, 1, 'yy gd 4 1 . .5 Nun. f A za 'Q Y 23213 ,. ..,. ..--V -- -an Student Council MRS. STILLMAN Jr. High English and Reading .. 1, MISS ZUMACH V Colorado State X f' 1 in H1gI1SI'1 I I 'it fgf.ti:Ji . ,', f 'L i. 9 -pf, N x -3, : STAFFS FRONT ROW: Mrs. Gregson, Mrs. M. Miller, Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. Malueg, Mrs. I-Iouchins. SECOND ROW: Miss Comfort, Mrs. Seefeld, Mrs. Olsen, Mrs. Chism, Mrs. Allen. BACK ROW: Mrs. Finley, Mrs. Bruhns, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Haase, Mrs. Dremmel. N. fi. .,,4f'Hk Ll ..' .I JIS , . Vp, a ' FQ I E.- F 9. 'l'.143'f'r LX '49 .,,. 1: ..f"" xi -A ,VZ va, as 4 1 .M x .ad g 1 Y jo Ann Klemm Emma Finley Bob Devine Mrs. Hentges MYS- Agard Keith Strayer Leo Stevens V. NU r . WF f is K f ' W . '-7' '3 . 14, C . sL,,...- ' 1 I " . f r is if xX . o 1 ' U Q... Arai' "I 132.44 W , 5 , .N .d , -75, 4 111:-J , 1.-wg --ff f 'V X Q A- ,G . mf-1-lf A , .jpxigggmwxarvfmm - ' . Y-Q .aA?-v-'A"""'f3?:5' ' ' QQ WASH "id fr ancwgggn W A MW' - , gg' W,-" ,.'W""',-wxsfflm Yiifml Al': 1 n i'3fd' Q-f , '1 ,,,,,...-F-21513. ,ML - , ..--WMM' . -'Um -7.. f A Q. T . uQF,,, ' ..p- u , N U, A ai ' 4 l",- ., . ., I 5 4- , 1 ..- M '-' f ?,- ,,-,l,J.. 'tix' v-li . I U A gnu-5, . ft.-vu. . .3 J, Y , W ' 5 1 sw F' S. b' -vm , 1. , ,-.,, f ,Br ..,,La ANNUAL X6 +0 623,45 ZSXQOY CP' BULLDOG Vf f If I-. I 1, Cos 'J S . 602237116 r Miss Madsen MF- Chiqllef Advisers STAFI ' . -01? If S. N John Phrllrps Glenn Buchanan Photographer Business Manager ANNUAL SALES 14' r bf fighrv of ' FRONT ROW: Sharon Smith, Carol Anliker, Judy Becker, Jane Faber, Miss Madsen, Bucky Buchanan. SECOND ROW: Tom Anderson, Gary Kelley, Dennis Helmke, Bill Bartlett. THIRD ROW: Dave Reid, Craig Schmeling, John Phillips. The co-editors of the annual would like to give special thanks to the following people for their help in turning out the annual: Jane Cole, Joyce Anderson, Bob Pratt, Ruth Benschoter, Judi Willrett, Jack Williams, Ann Haase, Linda Percival, Charyl Cook, Kay Agena, Mike Stillman, Jim Johnson, Mike Schmidt, and Marilyn Black. Presentation of the annual awards. STUDE T COUNCIL SL, 1 Q 5., - FRONT ROW :Tom Hanni, Rod Ricklefs, Maureen O'Brien,Trudy A1t,Bruce McCu11ough,Caro1e Teeter,Sue Mou1ton,Dave Martin,Bob Martin,Mr .Spurgin. SECOND ROW :John Schutter,Bruce Sundet,Barb Kuchenreuther,M arcia Angle ,Doug Barr, Bob Pratt,Ann Haase ,Pat Conn ,Kent Immerfa11.Tim Dai1ey,M ike Kain. PEP BA D FRONT ROW :Larry Pratt,Lois Hunt,Verdean Shaw ,Carol Teeter,Dorene Funk,Caro1An1iker,Ann Seger,Caro1Kenyon,Mr. Guster .SECOND ROW :Jerry Raney,Don McBride ,Richard Feaster ,Jane Faber ,Wayne Christiansen ,Vicki Marsha11,Barb Kuchenreuther .THIRD ROW :Bucky Buchanan ,Rod Rick1efs,Tom Anderson ,Cathy Steele ,Bill Bart1ett,JoE11en Baas, Julie , O1son,Linda Meelhause .FOURTH ROW :Norman Benson .Dave Reid ,Bruce McCu11ough,Caro1e Etherington,Jeanette Vigd al Marilyn Skow ,LeRoy Bruns , FIFTH ROW :Gary Co1we11,Jirn Co1we11,John C1ark,Ruth Benschoter ,Patty S chulz, John Snyder. F.B.L.A. K ati i, L. A. --FRONT ROW: Carol Kenyon, Mary Steinhorst, Francy Zeigler, Janice Ringsdorf, Carole Etherington, Cathy le, Miss Madsen. SECOND ROW: Rhonda Brandow, Joan Ward, Sharon Gardner, Phyllis Wiegand, Nancy Fosnaugh, Chantland, Danny McConnell. THIRD ROW: Georgia Rich, Judy Munger, Kendra Seely, Pat Kenyon, Jeanette Qdal, Diane Riley, Terry Zweifel. FOURTH ROW: Rosann Madsen, Sandra Hannover, Margaret Kent, Muriel Zittritsch, Reilly, Becky Wetzel, Diane Rentz, Barb Kuchenreuther. FIFTH ROW: Sally Scobba, Carol Anliker, Carole Koepke, rian Broesder, Marcella Lovstad, Dianne Kuhlmann, Ruth Boldridge. D.E.C.A. CA--FRONT ROW: Nancy Fosnaugh, Terry Zweifel, Danny McConnell, Ruth Chantland. BACK ROW: Mr. Karl, Sam tis, Larry Stratton. 15 F. H. A. ur-H --- f .f 5 f,--- f-, . V, , . . . , , 7 i 7 , l - F. H. A.--FIRST ROW: Linda Percival, Barb Kuchenreuther, Maureen O'Brien, Vickie Steil, Nancy Cole, Joan Post, Kendra Seely, Gayle Phillips, Betty Holt, Kay Agena. SECOND ROW: Sharon Smith, Barb Percival, Lorna Walker, Jean Christiansen, Trudy Alt, Pam Hopkins, Linda Parsons, Judy Parrot, Sandy Plott. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Vigdal, Chally, Sally Steele, Kay Moulton, Judy Munger, Maree Miller, Gretchen Deim, Janet Braun. FOURTH ROW: Diane Riley, Trudy Bartholomew, DeltheaShierk, Geri Ruark, Becky Wetzel, Dianna Rentz, Ruth Benschoter, Marilyn Skow, Diane Malueg. FIFTH ROW: Ann Segar, Sharon Gardner, Cathy Steele, Janice Ringsdorf, Charyl Cook, Pat Reilly, Barb Teeter, Marilyn Black. l, . FIRST ROW: Miss Craig, Jackie Kinden, Marsha Miller, Sue Hemmingsen, Emy Lou Garms, Juanita Meyer, Julie Diane Smith, Mary Cowan, Jane Geilenfeld, Marilyn Harris, Barb Medin, SECOND ROW: Cheryl Rusk, Sue Moulton, Sally Bay, Shirley Ringsdorf, Lynn Taylor, Sharon Sundet, Judy Egel, Kathy Darbyshire, Leslie Norton, Lynne Jane Raney, Gayle Bartholomew, Julie Wood. THIRD ROW: Cindy Long, Ann Bohannon, Jackie Limbaugh, Kathy Kitty Hardgrove, Sandy Haag, Lois Hunt, Dianna Peterson, Pam Johnson, Cindy Cowan, Sharon Bristow, Marjo Pam Kees. FOURTH ROW: Ann Wilson, Marilyn Deal, Cheryl Carr, Sharon Willrett, JoEllen Baas, Cheri Boeckholt, Arlene Anliker, Linda Cooper, Marlene Henderson, Judy Thompson, Nelvinea Hauenstein, Betty Gatton, Eloise Trac FIFTH ROW: Penny Dodds, Barb Wicks, Linda Meehlhause, Helen Skow, Jean Malueg, Shari Nelson, Joy Meyer, Kat Pruismann, Linda Sands, Sharon Menneke, Doris Anliker, Sandra Pingel, DyAnne Baas. F.F.A. ,i......V Ki,-..... F. A. --FIRST ROW: Jim Shipler, Doug Jergensen, Mike Kain, John Scuffharn, Bill Specht, Bob Patton, John Strat- Dennis Wiegand, David Walker. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sefrit, Matt Clark, Darwin Englebarts, Donald Schmitt, Scufiham, Kenneth Graham, Jon Deim, Russell Spear, Arlan Schmitt, John Schulz. THIRD ROW! Harlan FiICl1, Rochleau, Roger Long, Tom Teeter, Russell Bode, Sandy Schenck, Reuben Skow, Russ Canaday, K. Specht, bURTI-I ROW: Galen Metzger, Roy Hutchison, John Jennings, Paul Smith, Joel McNeill, Richard Steven, Kenneth chter, Dean Mittlieder, SteveCanaday, Gerald Camp. FIFTH ROW: Kenny Kern, Terry Brandow, Tim Vipond, Elmer llt, Lynn Keith, Alan Priebe, Wayne Patterson, Ken Gabrielson, Kevin Hoover. F.T.A. ...,,--. f?':':1. if T. A. --FIRST ROW: Vicki Steil, Linda Percival, Ruth Benschoter, Sally Steele, Marilyn Black, Sharon Smith, iaryl Cook, Penny Dodds, Ann Haase, Miss Sorensen. SECOND ROW: Jane Faber, Pat Conn, Ann Segar, Cheryl Rusk, e Moulton, Sally Bay, Sharon Sundet, Cheri Boeckholt, Carol Teeter, Sharon Menneke, Trudy Alt. THIRD ROW: udy Bartholomew, Jody Chally, Pat Schulz, Maree Miller, Marlys Lupkes, Cheryl Carr, Diane Maleug, Diane Smith, in Christiansen, Emy Lou Garms, Jane Geilenfeld, Linn Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Skow, Dianna Pederson, Pam inson, Cindy Cowan, Barb Wicks, Ann Bohannon, Sandra Pergande, Marilyn Harris, Shirley Ringsdorf, Phil Taylor. TTI-I ROW: Bob Garms, Bob Pratt, Tim Dailey, Alan Bode, John Schutter, Russell Bode, Maynard Shackelford, Tom nni, Larry Pratt, Tom Dailey. 17 JIS G.R.A. sxfxx G.R.A.--FRONT ROW: Ann Haase, Linda Percival, Joan Post, Barb Kuchenreuther, Jean Christiansen, Judy Becker, Gayle Fitzpatrick, Brenda Bixler, Lois Hunt, Sharon Willrett, Julie Olson. SECOND ROW: Barb Wicks, Kathy Darby- shire, Judy Egel, Cheryl Rusk, Sue Moulton, Sally Bay, Sharon Sundet, Lynn Taylor, Shirley Ringsdorf, Ann Bohannor Shari Nelson, Linda Sands, Mary Cowan, Sharon Smith. THIRD ROW: Jane Faber, Jodie Chally, Sally Steele, Kay Moulton, Judy Munger, Maree Miller, Juanita Meyer, Diane Smith, Emy Lou Garms, Lorna Walker, Sue Hemmingser Sandra Haag, Penny Dodds, Jackie Kinden, Lavonne Saiter. FOURTH ROW: Trudy Bartholomew, Nancy Cole, Geri Ru Becky Wetzel, Dianna Rentz, Marsha Miller, Barb Percival, Trudy Alt, Pam Hopkins, Marueen O'Brien, Gayle Philli Eloise Tracy, Linda Parsons, Judy Parrot. FIFTH ROW: Pat Conn, Cathy Steele, Janice Ringsdorf, Charyl Cook, Murie- Zittrisch, Pat Reilly, Janet Braun, Vickie McConnell, Marilyn Deal, Pam Kees, Marjo Pomplun, Julie Wood, Gayle Bartholomew. C! 39 A CLUB "A" CLUB--FRONT ROW: Mr. Stephenson, Maynard Shackleford, Dick Pratt, Gary Kelley, Bob Garms, Dennis Helm y Alan Holt, Paul Smith, Richard Johnson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hershberger, Bruce Sundet, Tom Anderson, Bill Specht,i Bob Holcomb, Mike Slevin, Bob Patton, Mike Wickliff, Terry Brandow, Denny Miller. THIRD ROW: Jack Williams, Richard Hutchins, Doug Barr, Gary Naylor, Larry Helmers, Willie Steinman, Sig Wood, Steve Hardy, Rick Slobe. FOURTH ROW: Gary Colwell, Bucky Buchanan, Lance Johnson, Mike Schmidt, Wayne Carlson, Mike Kain, Don Hutchison, Jon Nelson, Bill Wetzel. FIFTH ROW: Tim Dailey, Bob Pratt, Dave Agena, Clay Mowers, Tom Burris, Ti: Vipond, Dave Skogstrom, Bill Baker, Jim Colwell, Jim Redemske. VISUAL AIDS ,,4.,..4.., .,,...:--L.. RONT ROW :Tim Vipond ,Mike Kain,Bob Pattor1,Don Hutchinson,Reuben Skow ,Miss Quinby. SECOND ROW :John Phillips, ill Specht,Pau1 Smith ,Richard Steven.Jon Deim,Iohn Strattor1,Gera1d Camp. THIRD ROW :Bucky Buchanan,Bi11Wetze1, ruce McCu11ough,David Logue, Matthew C1ark,David Mark1a,KentIrnmerfa11. FOURTH ROW :Norman Benson,Bob Mar- in,LeRoy Bruns,Larry Pratt,Iohn Gi1more,Doug1as Moehle, Herb Hobbs .FIFTH ROW :Dave Skogstrom ,Jack Wi11iams,Chuck ergensen,Mike Wick1iff,Bob Pratt,Bob Garms, Richard I-Iutchins,Iim Parsons. CAMERA CLUB fm' Q7 RONT :Vicki Steil ,Tom And erson,Mike Stil1man,J im Johnson . SECOND ROW :John Phillips ,Jeanette Vigd a1,M ary Brower, orliss Rupp,Diane Ri1ey,Chery1 Carr, BACK: Mr .W arner. 1 9 J 5 1- Q Yr. - Q ,, pc , fs if . Y. . , 'S' C1 I ld te' 'V A., - 1 V , 1 CONSERVATION CLUB 7,....r5.,fQr:qe, FIRST ROW: Mr. Collier, Bruce Sundet, Don Hutchison, Darwin Leek, Bill Kern, Robert Arend. SECOND ROW Jon Deim, Leroy Bruns, Doug Nelson, Gerald Helmers, Don McBride, Jerry Raney, Lewis Kent, Steve Hardy. THIRD ROW: Dennis Christiansen, Bill Baker, Clay Mowers, Richard Apple, Richard Johnson, Bob Martin, Brad Steele, Rod Rickleffs. FOURTH ROW: Lamont Wagner, Dave Hansleman, Ken Egel, Willy Steinman, Dave Logue, K. Specht, Tim Claude, Ken Kern, Greg Duncan. FIFTH ROW: Dave Agena, George Minard, John Gilmore, Phil Specht, Tom Samp, Ronald Burris, Norman Benson, Wayne Carlson, Don Haase. This first place trophy was won by our D. E. C. A. Chapter for their chapter manual at their national convention. MODERN CHOIR FRONT ROW: Dave Reid, Barb Kuchenreuther, Betty Holt, Gary Colwell, Richard Feaster, Vicki Steil, Jean Christiansen, Bucky Buchanan. SECOND ROW: Bruce McCullough, Marilyn Black, Ann Seger, John Schutter, Norman Benson, Linda Bishop, Delthea Shierk, Brad Kraft. THIRD ROW: Allen Bode, Kay Agena, Linda Percival, John Phillips, Don McBride, Emy Lou Garms, Kay Moulton, John Clark. FOURTH ROW: Bob Garrns Carole Etherington, Kent Immerfall, Sally Scobba. Torn I-Ianni. ALL STATE QUARTET ll 75, ,. iibtfzfw in Gary, Barb, Betty, Dave HAH ' ' ' T T ATIO AL HO OR SOCIETY SEATED: Jean Christiansen, Maureen O'Brien, Linda Percival, Kay Agena, Marilyn Black, Delthea Shierk, Trudy Bartholomew, Jodie Chally, Vicki Steil. STANDING: Jackie Kinden, Jerry Raney, Tim Dailey, Bucky Buchanan, Bruce Sundet, Rod Rickleffs, John Phillips, Tom Haenni, John Schutter, Alan Holt, Lance Johnson, Gary Colwell, Pat Conn. Membership in this organization is based on the qualities of Character, Leadership, Service, and Scholarship. Members are chosen by a special committee of teachers, under the direction of Mrs. Helen Kelley, sponsor. Tom Haenni, our foreign exchange student from Switzerland, was chosen in addition to the regular quota by special permission from the national headquarters. He fulfilled all the necessary re- quirements. Parents of members observed the initiation of new members and attended a tea in honor of these new members. NEWSPAPER STAFF Xi! . -trgnnjw, r 5 is Sports editor-Dave Reid and Junior editor Vicki Steil. Editor- John Phillips JOURNALISM CLASS nf FIRST ROW: Mr. Chiquet, Mike Graham, Dave Reid, John Phillips, Vicki Steil. SECOND ROW: Carol Teeter, Cheryl Rusk, Jane Raney, Jean Christiansen, Marilyn Harris, Karen Charles. THIRD ROW: John Reid, Ann Seger, Dennis Ortman, Dianne Malueg, Allan Bode, Ann Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Greg Buchanan, Pat Conn, Delthea Shierk, Marilyn Black. PEP CLUB PEP CLUB--FRONT ROW: Miss Longnecker, Karla Hinders, Pat Conn, Linda Bishop, Alice Stebbins, Becky Redernske, Pat Reilly, Barb Wicks, Marjo Pomplun, Sharon Sundet, Pam Kees, Gail Fitzpatrick, Doris Anliker. SECOND ROW: JoEllen Baas, Pam Johnson, Cindy Cowan, Diane Pederson, Julie Wood, Jackie Limbaugh, Sandra I-Iaag, Gail Barthola mew, Sharon Menneke, Kathy Darbyshire, Judy Egel, Linn Taylor, Linda Sands, Carol Teerer, Brenda Bixler, Joyce Anderson, THIRD ROW: Rhonda Brandow, Luann Meyer, Jackie Medin, Judy Munger, Kay Moulton, Trudy Bartholome- Karen Charles, June Ditsworth, Cindy Long, Barbara Medin, Cheri Boeckholt, Linda Cooper, Kathy Pruismann, Arlen Anliker, Joy Meyer, Jane Cole. FOURTH ROW: Lavonne Saiter, Diane Malueg, Carol Anliker, Vicki Marshall, Chery Carr, Muriel Zittritsch, Margaret Kent, Linda Sharp, Cheryl Ostwald, Carole Koepke, Janice Ringsdorf, Cathy Steele Ann Bohannon, Mary Ann Steinhorst, Judy Willrett. FIFTH ROW: Jackie Kinden, Joyce Grimes, Juanita Meyer, Marilj Black, Linda Percival, Barb Kuchenreuther, Maureen O'Brier1, Sharon Smith, De1theaShierk, Judy Becker, Vicki Stcil Julie Olson, Sally Bay, Shirley Ringsdorf, Mary Cowan, Sue Moulton. ART CLUB . Q43- ART CLUB--FIRST ROW: Gary Kelley, Diane Maleug, Lance Johnson, Miss Condon. SECOND ROW: Jean Maleug, Sal Scobba, Marcia Miller, Bob Pratt, Mike Schmidt, Trudy Alt, Julie Olson. THIRD ROW: Norman Stewart, Jim Johnsot Greg Arrowood, Tom Anderson, Bill Kern, Richard Feaster, Marilyn Skow. I J 1 . I . , WV - 1 !,'.j 22 ' T Q 2.4 2 . yr 3.5. . . .. 4-- -4 ,, - '- f tvw , 4 . ,f 'Xl'1fx',',.xg N .., " '.f' I . 11 -A 3 , V, lay... - ,Jw 1, - ?7r3:-- . ., " '- 5,511 . .1 ,. ' 'lei Irs . ja, ' Vg 'bt W 4 3, J, "B t , fm, Idus,-, 'gin ,Qi ' I2 FY: . , if - -+- A .d9Q:,R,.. - , mhwi. ' tux V-: - v p -. 'TFP' ff'f7y3?. 5g'.3".5ii WM 5 -4 - , .MV , guy. . i , gif' ,-tfplf -Eff..-f"4II-' k 41 1 61,05 my u pm . lf fn3ws': , 31' -Q wg win. VA L - ,- Y: r'1Q':fU -' ml 1 - :,:.'g.Xl:f ' V' Ihffg .' 'Q ' 'ff-1, ' 1,5 -',5"v- ,f :Zur ' ffxrf aff H4 gg.11ftia.4 TE' ' W " ' .117 L. A ' :Mx "r. .1 A. . .Jl,.-, ,x A2537 5' ' . f 4 ' F'T.5Qigl p. ' -1 vs, l. X' ' 'Q , l.: . 'ft ,., lil ' T,"'2:x,-"' ,, -4 w --- ' " H. 45 P ' .4 I Q -M I I . .Ava I 'Q fm It .- ,- . l ' - - .4 , , .,-t -- rr-- la - '54, Y ! we 1 , ... W , in Q 4 ..-- -.. - 5 gr Y -. 'J---.Q My s3l5fff?'2 During the 1962- 1963 school year there was one smiling face at AHS that had a little trouble with English at first, but was at the top of his American History class and could ski like he'd been on a mountain or two in his time. It was Tom Hanni, Algona High's foreign exchange student from Baden, Switzerland. Though Tom was rarely seen without his little blue book, no trouble was encountered in communicating the mutual respect and admiration which existed between Tom and the school. Tom's talks to the school and various groups around town were greatly enjoyed. His sense of humor, friendly greeting, and familiar figure will all be greatly missed. Tom can be sure that he has left many friends behind who will not soon forget him. g7.l.,p. 1- 5 .ij-ii, 42' q FOOTBALL FRONT ROW: D. Martin, Williams, Helmke, Garms, Waller, Kelley, Kain, Helmers, Sundet. SECOND ROW: Miller, Smith, D. Pratt, Skogstrom, Wetzel, Steinman, Hanselman, Holt, Burtis. BACK ROW: Teeter, Specht, Shackelford, Barr, B. Pratt, McCullough, Abbott, Johnson, Coaches, Martin, Hershberger, Stephenson. NOT PICTURED: Richard Hutchins. KNEELING: Trainer Bob Holcomb. EASON'S RECORD S 27 Emmetsburg S 27 Humboldt S 19 Webster City S 40 Eagle Grove 59 Hampton 33 Clear Lake 19 Clarion 6 Iowa Falls Jack Williams, Second-team All-State End: Gary Kelley, Third-team All-State Guard: Tom Waller, First-team All State Quarterback and honorable mention High School All American. 2 SHARP BLOCKING ,fy 55 is Q ss, X 28 Guards, Dick Pratt fleftj and Gary Kelley frightj and blocking back, Doug lead interference in an early season practice. I HARD RUNNING All-State spinback, Tom Walle the defense for a short gain. DETERMINATION Tailback, Rich Hutchins lowers his shoulder to a would -be Iowa Falls tackler in the last game of the season. O O Barr fcenterj GANG TACKLIN G Four Bulldogs converge on a hapless Clarion ball-carrier. O O O r rips through PINPOINT PASSING. . End Jack Williams, who caught a record 22 passes in 1962 shows his form in a passing drill. STUDENT SUPPORT .... Veteran blocking back A1 Holt continued to keep the team fired up from the sidelines after suffering a broken leg during the first week of practice. il -A LL . BROUGHT THIS .... Senior lettermen Mike Kain, Dennis I-Ielmke, and Maynard Shackelford proudly display the conference championship trophy--A1gona's first since 1949. EXPERT COACHING. . Coach Hershberger gives last minute instructions the night before the season opener against Emrnetsburg. 4- ii wiv Dennis Helrnke Right Tackle 5-8, 180 lbs. 555- 1 'QI 5 Dick Pratt Right Guard 5-9, 165 lbs. W 2 PH 5 "1 Z . -. ' ' xi V A ..-7, . , '-as-aff LETTERMEN x 'f'U'bjf lb' Il -'il 'ic s 9 Billy Specht Right Tackle 6-O, 245 lbs. O J Q! Bill Wetzel Wingback 6-0, 165 lbs. s . 5 A nail?-'J 9 'wk Rich Hutchins Tailback 5-8, 133 lbs. X-, X Dave Skogstrom Blocking Back 5-10, 160 lbs. 'iv' . ,Acts ,, Mike Kain Maynard Shackelforcl Bob Pratt Center Right End Center 5-10, 165 lbs. 6-1, 145 lbs. 5-8. 142 lbs. .-,, I.. -i' 303.5 Bob Garms Lance Johnson End Wingback 5-11, 155 lbs. 5-10, 140 lbs. E43 'L Al Holt Blocking Back 5-11, 155 lbs. -1 Larry Helmets Willie Steinman Mike Wickliff Linebacker Spinback Tailback 5-7, 130 lbs. 5-11, 175 lbs. 5-8, 145 lbs. 1.1 in Paul Smith Doug Barr Left Tackle Blocking Back 5-11, 165 lbs. 5-9, 145 lbs. lf' Tom Burtis Left Tackle 5-9, 165 lbs. if W I HUIIIBEUIUIIIB N 1962 Zff"4""'-"' 11112 011 mm if xo Jane Faber rnuri Linda Percival 1 fx If 52. ig? QQ Wd- .--F--ir. . '89 H512 I . F . '? r f 1.7, I ' ' ' 'Z-I mi J i fe. . ., Yr diy- -IST, AA:-. pe' . A I 4 ' Ov. VY. . -3 .. 1 ,' . ' 4 ...nn . a ....,. gov '5 1 Senior Float First Place Pat Conn Sophomore Float Second Place PQ rr our 'QT' . .4.NA.S--- 75 ffJ X Qi' Y--xg. .ix ,xi 'Qs JI' i-xQ4'w 55 RFE I 1 ,Q X ' r' -1 viii' i Q NRM H . KY .an- 4 Q SETI' - f EEZ 3 as T4 M' QI fmnnr 5"""ll'l'mi EEHEEIIII llllll 5 jy!!ll IIl5 gqlglllllll 2 f z s .Q llllllvigw 4Q gllllgll ' ,f rf, Li R r ,: s'- uc.,-H . - - fl" '--. 1---r ' -. .'--. . 1. I ' X .. -4 X x WELCOME WHITTEMORE In 1962 Algona High added many new students, the majority being from the Whittemore consoli- dation. These unfamiliar faces soon became quite familiar as the new students took part in many activities. The Fresh-Soph football team had a number of welcome additions from Whittemore and Brian Espe gave Algona basketball fans something to talk about. Trudy Betts gave the Algona girls a few tips on the finer points of girls' basketball and also helped the juniors a great deal in their Field Day victory. Besides athletics, Whittemore students have also added to our band and choruses and they have many fine scholars among them also. Whittemore has surely been a welcome addition. 35 SEVENTH GRADE 1 . ,": I . - 'll J f " 5 'ffl' J 'N Y '1' ' 'J :gl 'egg J ' J lk' w ', ' ,,fmJ Q A J x w.- i J if rf'- Ji if f-af, - xx :Q I R iv? i . .JH N Q? I ' ' , -.-1' 'E E ' fr Q'Afi,3t, J lf 7 mi J I H . Wrfll vi. 4 X . . ' .9 - ', 1 xx .r M - y 3. Gul " 9' . vw J .-Q if mf.: EY ' -0 , ,Q 7 'A 7 I l ' 'u"' ,F ' 1- . .4 w- - ,"5x 47, W ' , Nf ' ., 'ull - "' xg . J 1 , x '-as 1 . ' ' . 4, xg, 9371 ,gif W "Ny, Y N 1' M! A X :fb ' 1 t, . r X l 1 gl t I '- 1 f fi gi ll' KU' - 1., C. - QW J lr- r J: C: ..r A ,C A - .,, L - 5 P v . , , at-3 A -ry Y a Y i 9.1, 1 V G XS? 5 ., ' 1 ,ff -5? -:Vx ". ' ' 'A' 1' Qfiwll '. , A I 1 K, X J. iq 1, 1 YJ. A - , . 1 V J ... , - 3 Q' Ji ,Q 21 ' V J' or . , K ' 5 A w A air,-':,??. ,J L-CA Jar. J , , , f ,J- 4-f 6' 1 W rg? - J ' v -u l " 'F ' -4 Q1 '-Q: N' 'ji' ' 4 . I L1 l s . L- h.,d L ,- L- , as-IE' .. xl W Y I k 4: :J .1 5 v v I J Q? f . ' - ir-1, , , ' J ,X , r ti ' ,--' -li 1 f-X f-. 'fuk fzixrff' s ,LLL ra" ki-' --. rr Hear. ,srl-at . ' '- . ., ' 'L f -. 1 M--rr y l 4 .4 N, -.f L Y I 7' 'f ry J, , if ' 'R7 :C l V . 1 ' g ' M ' l , Q' - a ms, , ' ' ' - - W' "' all 'f'iE1'f3if E?.Ig'Q3L.iii il -'WJ L. ,.'f::frt1ffa A -xcbcwxfrrr Allen Aldrich, Jeff Allen, Patty Balluff, Roger Barr, Lana Bishop, Richard Blad Jim Bradford, Leslie Braun James Bristow, Donald Ca Bill Carlson, Cathy Chrise chilles. Tim Clark, Steve Claude, Linda Cole, Lana Cook, Virginia Deal, Sandra Dettman. Michael Dreyer, David Fiddler, Donna Fisher, Jo Frederick, Wendy Gardne Jeff Gilmore. Patty Gregson, Don Hage Alfred Hahn, Jack Hardgr Linda Hennings, John I-lin Kathy Hobbs, Sara Huber, Steve Humphrey, Roberta Hutchison, Steve Hutchis Darrell Jensen. Ruth Johnson, Doug Jones, Jim Jorgenson, Debbie K Linda Kern, Linda King. Beverly Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Janice Limbaugh, David Ludwig, George McMahon, Delmer Mains Ellen Mains, Marc Mains, Gladys Mauser, Linda Martin, Cindy Miller, Di Miller. A EVE TH GRADE Helen Moe, Donna Susan Thompson, Su- san Tracy, James Utt, James Voigt, Sharon Von Bank, Stephen Voyles, Niki Wagner. Sharon Wagner, Betty Walker, Jane Walker, Tim Will, Renee Young, Nancy Yunge- berg, Michael Zitt- , ,r . I I V J - X 'iffm' Moehle, Robert Mor- in ,,, - ' Q ' ' f, J. Q. gan,Phyllis Moulton, '77 5-'. f -Q1 lf V Z1 S' f Patti Muckey, Lynda J A Mueller. JY' ' 'fx ,J JJ. QV Ji .ts 'L '- '? tj ' 'J Ai r K A Shirley Nelson, Terry lax ' A ' ' A I Olsen, Bruce Olson, I 5' -,I f " Y 'E J, bi"'v Marne Parrott, Tom :V Qfx '7 lf: nl 'EJ 'W Parsons, Dale Peter- X , D 4 A n 1 h' son. . .. J , J . . 4 Marcia Peterson, ' J ' ' in y -K 5, ' Mary Plott, Cindy ' ' ' " -J ,f ., V N. A Potter, Pam Putney, , X' . ,g Jw' J y J 3 Dennis Richter, J - . 1 .JJ Connie Riedel. :J , Y , M ,Q A. ,TJ al 46: I 2 .tlfiv-f JJ, by jJ,,J, l. ., ,, Randy Riedenger, X. " K , 3 Louise Romer, Linda X 7 ' .2 if ' A K' ' ' , J 4 " , Ruhnke, Lance Rut- ve .44 'J "' ' Ni, ' ' , , -Q' -'- J E ' f h "I '-1 ledge, Marcia Sabin, V "- W f ' , 1 I- ' - Pat St. John. . 41 J f J .'!i. :JQi-f.." V, ,,, , J A as y . s - -X.. JJ Susan Samp, Linda J , fs, y , " J 2 y J 7 SC1JmJdJ, Nancy ",, , ' V :V ' Jwi'x. . y - ,lg Schmidt, Violet W J' J " "ff 'J J- J wg M Schnell, Eleanor J- l 'git' E J' if H schneii J d s bb . J, 1 gf' J ,V ' J J y... J ,P V , u co a. tl' JJ-5 J Ji' MT J M to J ' " J Y J . A: .f J' ' ,v '. '.- J, g':,,,,, , - , - J f V 5 ,Z I Diane Schoby, Jim , P J - " 'J 1 Schoby, Russell Shaw, we i L ' Q J " J i ' e 3-3' - Robert Sigsbee, Phil- -df I 'Qi " i ' V Q 'J L: X rg . . . ---f'- "- J ' - I J A W hp Simpson, Richard ' f I 1 ' A I Jq ' . Y R , Jy J -if-EJ, y J. Y I ig l i, 4 J Simpson. NN. . ff ' V 'N " b 2 J 4 - J- "uw if ' 3 A : 'V' r Kristy Smith, Neal ' ,. 'Q ' I .4 41 Smith, Jeff Snere, 7111.4 -QS " , ' I..-5 Carol Stebbins,Craig ' 3 J ,fi , Taylor, Dean Teeter. fx i Imh 7 O J ' :J F ' . 'w is , I I ' I 4 47 J ,. 4 J s '-- A 2 J 4 J ' , as W r ' I' 1' , . ,J J A , A, fTl'J :sf ' 1 l JJ ,lr 'gf XD 'E 5,3 J "I P t H E . Y A.-. A I, , ' ,musk - V I. I J, . J I , n l Xu' YQ. 1 ' I . ' Ji 'JJC A X E 21 E V ' P " .23 ? J S 14 'A ' 1 JJ -J J N' I ...N FJ yas? V .., vd. - Q, , I Y.: J ,V .AS l A -M V V , 4' . 1 Qj'VzfIt- QQ- ritsch. 37 , ..a , , EIGHTH GRADE 1. 4 'aiu' I ' ., 'yr i4 +3 l .A 'ri 4 -if ll xx W ' I 0 Y ff I C' . rs- .11 . if: - WN ' - 5 K 41 If-E. 5 I .,,f. ' X .', lf3fT' 1' ' ' -C, .. ' i F, H1 , it "' .: , ,Q w ' , ' rx 5 N 1 A 5 ' I .1 'Wx - w W L W ' -Q A .. X V f A W A 1 . B, ,. J 'P 'L E I ' V 5 'Z iff C v ,' s ., -'Ni g ' '73, id, t . ., , X 'fx " Q-ldflxeqk Zi , "'-2. J kv - , I. so B ,fri g ,V .ii ' ' fy," QWQFQU' ' f ' f V - 'Sf B .sal he wg? "si 'Ai . I f,,si.- My r h . ly X .W YL ll I i ' " t . it ' ' wh W ' . F - f ' 1'5f.'l L V - A ' K ' 7' ' " " , T- I av-. vii N . ' " ' x ,V - ,. - - " f ' , I B , 21 V V 1 1 V l fs ' V. in 1 N' 1 if G, 'Z L " 5 F 'f r ail . - "?llT :"'f' I N :l'?5.v:::.!'-1i1E35fJl7i-'- . W W -rf 1' x .S 4 ' I 'L' ' N Y L il ' ' V ! , .- l rj l ' r G ii t 3 ,,A. Jf il z r r ,C A5 SF' Diane Allen, Sheri Baker, Balluff, Greg Betts, Bill Bo ridge, Jean Brandow. Lester Briggs, DeAnne Bro Rosemary Bullock, Bob Burt David Camp, Darla Carr. Terry Chamberlain, Gary Christopher, Tom Claude. Vernon Cole, Chris Conn, Dan Danielson. Connie Darbyshire, Bill De Nancy Elmore, Bob Farnha Evelyn Ferguson, Vicky Fo Becky Fraser, Jane Fraser, Linda Frederick, Joe Gattor Tom Gatton, Dennis Georg David Gerber, Carol Gerik Calvin Haahr, Sandy Harm Gwen I-Iauenstein, Becky Hemrningsen. Linda Hunt, Donna Hutchisa Darryl Johnson, Roger Johns Susan Johnson, Tom Kain. Warren Kellenberger, Suzar Kent, Donna Kenyon, Boniu Kiilsholm, Virginia Klein, Barbara Kundsen. I VaLora Kueck, Brocke Lawf Kristi Leaverton, Jackie Lol Linda Lovstad, Bea Kay Marshall. EIGHTH GRADE if Sf- eg, , S - X l' 'X T X, P fr,-3 H' Il G9 w X 1 "7 . '-f 7 -31 p ti X V : X, N .,: 1 , X JJ an y 7 W .Ms- . W it , --4 I N .-,E - Y., ,-ziifffr., 14...-2 1 f I ll J l , . -1,.:.1 . , .P . . f:Sizr.xzX1-.aefss , fa. A XX 1 at y Y' ln., ' 5 . h r ' N. 6 A y L1 f' R J: Q P P 4 P P A it S .1 1 ,I .a - -if P, N Y . be ' ' . f i ' i L. - -,Nqr I ' f X Nz 1, ay- ' , ' rf pri 3 12 X , g 1 ' . ' W wiv., f' l. Y - X bill I Huff! e fi ' P ,,g4i..fq Q ' P fig 3, 'M' 15,44 1-...Mr fl 1 ,,4 . , ' X i . P V R "-. 4 S X - I A E -sa .2 A -.-N N ,JL ' V.-,Liu ' cw, , 5' i' 2.31 ' - ' i t x ' ""' Nxhfffii WSF' :Y-fm 1 V. ' , , Q w . t V. i il LM P5 i. N . I i :L , , W -. P4 i N .4 . 761-.III 1 Q ..:: N , 4. . -'.fvAf f if - x -1, '95-Ji: X f f5"i 3 P I "-:fzfl . in . A y ref. '- "i , fr 1 5' W ' -I i ' H f y -. , W H Roger Menneke, Marlyn Metz ger, Dennis Miller, Rosemary Mino, Nancy Moe, Duane Monson. Larry Munger, Marilyn Paetz, Mike Parsons, Alberta Per- gande, Loren Pesicka, Don Peterson. Elaine Pooch, Steve Putney, Dianne Reefer, Susan Rentz, David Ruhnke, Bettie Riedel. Don Riedenger, Bryce Samp- son, Marcia Sampson, Connie Schultz, Gary Schulz, Cynthia Schumacher. Jim Schutter. Jean Sigsbee, Brenda Sjogren, Carol Sloni- ker, Carol Smith, Judy Smith. Greg Snere, Mick Snodgress, Tom Snyder, Irene Strickler, Loretta Trout, Susan Vipond. Colin Voigt, Diane Walker, Steve Waller, Debbie Wetzel, Lark Whitternore, Roger Wildin. Mary Willrett, Dick Winter, Jerel Wittkopf, Clint Young. 39 !fVfXfA M QW X7 riff y W-7 -1 L. V. I 1, p - w W 1 ln ' ,a 1' .M 1 r y , CHAMPS FRONT ROW: Judy Becker, Barb Kuchenreuther, Juanita Meyer, Pat Conn. SECOND ROW: Maureen O'Brien, Linda Per- cival, Sherri Smith, Delthea Shierk, Julie Olson. N, Q I' p 1-51 3 U J "I Pf LU J.- E ff' H55 n-r-Fi wy R s O " ' "" it Carol Teeter, President: Jane Raney, Secretary: Linn Taylor, Treasurer: Tom Dailey, Vice- President The Freshman Class rapidly adjusted to high school life by obtaining a high aca- demic level and participating in several extra-curricular activities. Both boys and girls proved to have musical talent as they represented their class in band and chorus. Four boys even went so far as to form a Freshman Quartet. Freshmen were also active in athletics and Freshman girls cheered their boys on as cheerleaders and cadettes. We're expecting great things from the class of '66 - Freshman, what do you say? ,,,,,'f'3 3 div .xl bf' Q- 0-" 'QI 4'....T 'Z I' Q 1 if x W , . 'n ,. '2 "SA J K. . I yy, R lv J I Jfllf- T I 'V tv av ..,, .- .., '23 ax 'r Y 'if -rr-as 7 9 li- -in 1 . as seee ! , "4 .Av --v . Y f I "Qin Wufm- f 'W ' A QI FRESHMEN ' , I ' fe" was T 1 "-7 ' ie ,4 Qc 've at' ,v-an SJ' ' v and lf-, .3 HOP? 1 -A15 , 5 'A F -V r I 'Q 'TY U Ti Ns X Ma , 3 Jean Abbott, Arlene An- liker, DyAnne Baas, Gary Barr, Gail Bartholomew, Sally Bay. Joyce Benson, Cheri Boeck- holt, Ann Bohannon, Bob Bradford, Dennis Breidert, Greg Buchanan. Wayne Christiansen, Matt Clark, Mark Conn, Bonnie Cook, Linda Cooper, David Cowan. Torn Dailey, Kathy Darby- shire, Jon Deim, June Ditsworth, Robert Drees- man, Greg Duncan. Judy Egel, Linda Erick- son, Bob Evers, Myrna Ewoldt, William Farn- ham, Harlan Fitch. Gail Fitzpatrick, Tom Fitzpatrick, Kenneth Graham, Virgil Groen, Sandra Haag, Don Haase. Becky Hakes, Mary Han- nover, Kitty Hardgrove, Kathy Hatch, Lyle Heiden- with, Kevin Hoover. 43 NINTH GRADE in n ,N-F. 1 -1 9'-1 ,i ' V Li if ,, , It . .J 3: ' ' Ji 5:9 .sf 'N Y 51:33 I V n fl - if ., " q X- N-x, V-f f 1 , I . - J H l 1 "' 4 ' . . I' , A ..,,, rw S ' Qi' 5, 1' K a -v 5 I ' .f--v r , ..?"-478:15 N7 "1 X , t , ,.:. Z2 J ,. . AL' , 1,2225 L V J JJ, X Ht xy rl . vlftld A ' fan' r ll-. it-QA' . Jilifw- I ,r mtl, f ,V .,-,-, Q V on My -4 .m , .11 F , nm v- ,, W- :twig-: - - A , R 1 J J f fair , , - J .,, , ,. .- 5,7 un ' -.. , , E - - ', ,'- ' ...- f , ' 15 si F v ' 7 ' 'J A ' R ' I "V 4 3614 X ' fi I j 5' 'Af K U ' XA. f 4 ' I L. , 1 Xl nl., ' ' X s Q g .. , I, ,fa r J In an V1 .1 ,J A S' -.I X , ' J 6 U "5 si ' ' W5 J -Vr tr-1 HE" ' ' , . :Ar A " ' A - f ' ' r , . - ' f 1 .A ' V V 2-1-." f-R , ' 4 'sl 6 .4 -1.-A ' , '33 'd ' x " t, 'I N -' ew i L .24 2. my Q 5 , ' x - x , A x J f t J - i' ' . H Q x ' l , D A e - X f V , , I , L1 -4 " .I f , ' 5 ' J 1 N f V n J V 'tj -J' f A Q14 :2 - J Ax ,H S ., ' ' .' N 'T I Xfwrt x N' ' f X 44 Eddie Janssen, Diane Jensen, Pam Kees, Brad Kraft, Cary Lane, Jacquelin Limbaugh. Cynthia Long, Gloria McVay, Jean Malueg, David Markla, Dave Martin, Barbara Medin. Linda Meehlhause, Sharon Menneke, Danny Merryman, Joy Meyer, Harlan Metzger, Nova Mittlieder. George Minard, Ronnie Mittag, Doug Moehle, Sue Moulton, Shari Nel- son, Leslie Norton. Lynn Norton, David Pal- mer, Sandra Pingel, Marjo Pomplun, John Pratt, Kathy Pruismann. Jane Raney, Jim Redem ske, John Reid, Daniel Rentz, Tom Ricklefs, Shirley Ringsdorf. Gary Rochleau, Dennis Roeber, Cheryl Rusk, Marcia Rutledge, Tom Samp, Brent Sampson. 'ia Q-, l'4 DUNTH I 'N "-5 13 . ' N2 V1 1 , i A N , , 1 S. -0- re V- , It - V , U ,PQ-'f . J' 43,211 J J 5 ',.jj , k fx J in J S-k if , f I , w,l N x,r 1 frm ' J 1 s ' X f ' 1 7 ., J H fix 'S d i ' J ", ' , x T, , D-H' av hi. "- x- V- L f rf' 1 va , ' W it ,ti 'J ,J i J 1 .Q 9 ,Q '7 , 1 "" 1 ig-J . 1.21194 i A , J Pe... J. ,f .Q I . ,gi B , I Zin, F' ' F' . -N 1.,,,, L , A . 2 5 -' x ' sl A 'M '- - l - 1' . f J it S J 1 fr E V . ' ' . 7 .J V X 3 , ' J-1 1 4 r A x I , .Ts . 1 J J' sd J T 5 N '5 J ,. ' IJ d .'i.J A ? L, kv J J I '43 if 'L 1 A David Walker, Barry A' Watkins, Dan Wehrspan, :xv d Barb Wicks, Dennis Wie- , J gand, John Will. .J if , l sul y I ic 'il .-, ,.,f-sg. if 1,5 d Elizabeth Wolter, Julie , Wood. I 0 GRADE - I , ,,, ,af 43 1 ' x he I I Q r H ivy., ' v- gg,- J wean , ' .4 Q Q7 V - . 'SK -I : it ' U 4, , V fiflig X rs ' W N3 - 1'-. :EW 1 "aJ.J'1'i3n iid . 31, J ' . - f 'V ska Vw lf' Linda Sands, Arlan Schmitt John Schulz, Peg Schutter, Charles Scobba, Larry Scobba. Jim Sires, Helen Skow, Dana Snodgress, John Snyder, Russell Spear, Phillip Specht. Mike Stillman, John Stratton, Bonnie Strayer, Sharon Sundet, Linn Taylor, Phil Taylor. Carol Teeter, Dale Teeter, Roberta Thomp- son, Eloise Tracy, Glenn Tschetter, Dorothy Van- erhoff. n 1 I . EF ' -L W' x X. fa l R' I A ' -'ff' ff rf., Bmeslfj a, , , Calf, I ' r . Q if' i . W- ' Asa 1 V." 'e 1 , 4.-I . 'R ' 5 451' N.. I' w. ' . -,,.v V I ,gr 5 A, Frfqg' my E xwk if " Lt Q l n 1 Emi "1 ar, , ' 4 x . ,.. X fi r. A 1 . b N - Af, ', . ful , ng. Q , 5 f A. 5 .' . ' - d ' ' .s . ' -. D Q s . his wwf' I' .I 1. 'nf- W? x '55, I v 375- Y 1 Y I' . TA: ' S 1 , D v X . , 5' 1555? zif egio' X 'f 'X b 5 2. ', Nj 1 1-" ' h T Terry Brandow, fourth in state: Bob Patton, co-captain and third in state: Tim Vipond, state champion: Mike Kain, co-captain and winner of Gary Kern Award: Don Hutchison, second in state. S ta Runne Trop v i : ' -.2i,'g,gj3: -' ALGONA BI ' 1 ' I A Q A i 5 ' I S A 3 TIM . Bos T RHQQSKE Huisgtrwu axrfgow VIPOND PATTON L Eeuov ' ONIAZ RT , Y K Jlfqf' -' .T - ,, 1 , , - , . we 1 u X' if .lg ' 1-' Alia 1 Z.,-1 1' in , sire l 'fi vi ' qlkinlxtg, ' F2 'FM' ,F cm S 4- .- f my 12 E. My 1 "' CDS? ' U! A g ix Q X Cl 4 fx 5:53 Min 45 'Ei 'U Q 'Ei Ht S000 J C00 G00 If BU 5 E SECOND ROW Teeter B Martin Alt Humphrey Snoclgress D Martin Jergenson lmmerfall Ewoldt Col well Camp BACK ROWJ Stratton Kern Gilmore Will Fitzpatrick Baker Steele Conn Mittag Pratt Coach Martin 48 i , i T? X -' it l V K . T ' A kv 'T A A' - A fig A W' 1, .. W F - JXP x Q ' " GQ? v . X. . ' , 1 T f ., S A R fit- .fn it , y A FRONT ROW: Specht, Burtis, Stratton, Smith, Kain, Vipond, Patton, Brandow, Miller, Hutchison, Redemske, Sam ' 'J' ',,.,.', .',.. ." I ,, ',. ,' '- 9 K ' . 1 5 'M -e 1+ ' 4 .9 3 29, 3 'I' 5515 ., 'KL Q Q' "5 'H Xi: .I x ,X M B Z, - I v . A :A V V Q 94? L -.zgm 2 fri 1 V N W Q ' K 3 - .lf Q 'NJN .. 5 Q , of . I .451-,gf ,---4, N 1 'w X I- x V, 1 x vC5lU4Q 3 U3 95 Pounds 113 Pounds Tom Samp Don Hutchison 103 Pounds Jim Redemske 4- fl 3 'Qty , , 55' N Q W Eid ' :X-N Q, . f If J f H 4 120 Pounds Denny Miner 127 Pounds 133 Pounds Terry Brandow Bob Patton S , E' 145 Pounds Larry Stratton r I ,k 154 Pounds Paul Smith lid. 154 Pounds Bob Martin LETT 112 P d 112 Pounds Dun S Jim Colwell Kent Immerfall b P 120 Pounds Doug Iergenson 133 Pounds Dave Martin 138 Pounds Tirn Vipond 145 Pounds Mike Kain , 9 wil' 1 165 Pounds Coaches Martin T0111 Burris and Hobbie N gf Heavyweight Bill Speclit 51 45 r6"'. fx -J? 4? I CHE DERS wc' -eff y .1 'Y' FRONT: Barb Kuchenreuther. BACK: Juanita Meyer, Linda Percival, Marilyn Black. '-HQ -X 1 Y ., B SQUAD--Mary Cowan, Sue Moulton, Shirley Ringsdorf, Sally Bay BASKETBALL X'-CJ ,. FRONT ROW: Dick Pratt, Tom Waller, Bill Wetzel, Maynard Shackelford. SECOND ROW: Brian Espe, Sig Wood Bruce Sundet, Jack Williams, Steve Hardy. BACK ROW: Coach Howie Stephenson, Rick Slobe, Ken Egel Al Holt Trainer, Bob Holcomb, Coach Keith Christie. E li in 1--rf :ff f 'MIIB ol . f ll 11 ll I- ll ll ll W' lf' -r' ' e . ' ,tg 1 -X Q Dick Pratt, Co-captain: Bill Wetzel, Co-captain and Honor- able Mention All-State: Tom Waller, Honorable Mention All-State. AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS AHS SEASON'S RECORD Emmetsburg Swea City Eagle Grove Humboldt Webster City Hampton Clear Lake Aurelia Clarion Iowa Falls Eagle Grove Humboldt Webster City Hampton Estherville Clear Lake Clarion Iowa Falls Graettinger Lakota rf IN Q2 , -1-ff Dick Pratt Brian Espe Tom Waller LETTERMEN Vi.. Sig Wood ' Shackelford Steve Hardy Alan Holt h...L Bill Wetz el Jack Williams ua ,' S-7' ww Eu, J 7 -Rx X Hold it ! Come to me! N 1 , M f "' -5 w if 56 Good one! Sink it, Brian. WA X X Bulldogs score 1g1in! M64 What was that? 4 - f- ,, Q D -S 12 ,nl W 1 " ' A - f ' -1- ix x H 1 1 ' I' ' :1 ,. P' ' I P ' i in . , - 5 - f MI ' '55 i' ,N H - If- 10- ' :hw - - V4 1 , Qtifr mi ti . . , .RA , 3' M r X 337. -.-iff 1, 4 - .1 , A ? V, gl- , , K- M . , ' ' 'I' V5 .-. gl-' I A w' 1 ' ' ' - ' 'M "FV ' '-.x,"g. , ' ' ' I-L ,,,' 'Elvin , .. p ': ' ' 1 K' 1 C , ,TU "' ' ,P gsk N , 'I . . 1 , 1 :fy 4 a -jj iw ' - "AV X lp xr- .3-P 1' X' ax ' Qg?f77'T M V r 1'A, Du .ji fx- , E Ex ,' V V A ,I iiff .ww s 1 A Q'--BX I've got it! Xi-K I I-'25-f... ' ' 'f fi N . .V ? 1 f' , ' . , 'Wa - N , L Q: I A V4' 2 ' . ' . 'L-ffl. ,il , 3... ' .., . L55 ' N ,. r , V . 1, 1 2 5- 1' 1. X I , Q.. , ' ,Q ' V " . . '13 - g 1 ., jf '. . M J ' .v x fy' Ki ,, . 1 I V. ,F Len's go! Help! 2-sg, 'i if I .V f f ' .fig I .wig . . 7' , if ' H ,f 1 F31 .. k g , 71 ' . ,1 ,L i!Gg0A,f .4 X f :JW V 'w or -, f . 4 ' J :.' J 1 61 , . ' IW-VI V 1 I spy! FRONT ROW : Marilyn Deal ,Jackie Kind en ,Jane F aber,Joan W ard ,Ann Haase ,Jane Cole, Judy W illrett. SECOND ROW :' Walker ,Trudy Betts ,Joan Post ,Jodie Chally ,S ally Steele ,Gretchen Deim ,Betty Holt, Kendra Seely. THIRD ROW : Pam Hop- kins,Marcia Ang1e,Cheryl Rusk,Jane Raney ,Linda Bishop,Ann Bohannon ,Janet Angle. FOURTH ROW : Trudy Alt,Gayle Phil- lips,DianeSm ith,Iean Christiansen ,Emy Lou Garms, Jane Geilenfeld ,Barb Percival. FIFTH ROW :Trudy Bartholomew ,Barb Kuchenreuther,Nancy Co1e,LaVonne Saiter,Ann Wilson Joyce Anderson ,Kay Agena. l " v 1 u o .1 ii wfrrwliv-l:j.,, .li A letter from Des Moines! ! Cadettes practice at Des Moines 1 58 ,...4...- 11- N s i Q., sissewhf Q' ' SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS--STANDING: Bruce McCullough, President. IN FRONT: Secretary, Norman Benson: Vice-President, Rollie Perkins: Treasurer. Steve Hardy. The sophomore class may ask themselves: what have we accomplished this year? Some will say nothing: yet there can be no doubt that the sophomore class has made great advances toward the edu- cational, athletic, and musical goals the seniors infallibly set each year. Our athletes have given us every reason to be proud of them, and their future looks brighter. Included in our overall class excel- lence is our musical ability, which reveals itself both in and out of band. Yes, the sophomores are on their way--" Look out, juniors, here we come!" SOPHOMORE A 'A' 2 ., v 7 r 'iv ' s Q-".,' ' I N . v-fr A i ..-4 V .i l . ' r. .TN "YC X - 1 ' ' I ' - ,, . ' .4 . ' I ' ' ' . w . 'hr' C -f f ki 2' if ,. ' . . A ' ml ' , rx f -' IX I . "' I '11 ' 4 '...,, Q . 'A 1,1 X 4 MT 1 . 'n . '--. 4, h 11" W , l. ,. " ' sv W ' ,-,vm y , Q.. i ' 1 1 - ' ,f ,Q -- ' V "V r 'ss . , '. .' X ' , ..,. Y X ' 5- ' M TA lj' i , . ki . 1- LL' Z rl' 3: :': 5 : lg Y ,V ,-EEL-,L 375 'W -' ' " ' I 'N - ' Q -wigs 4 '-. 'J' ,- , . ,N cj .Maw 2, C L' 9.9 L 1,-4 .1 ,K - Y y . .Q ,N . i':'f' 1 me sy ,P I e A , 'gf . , N L s ' iL:..'.'Llr " I- 0 5- '- 'f T -.Ml X . ' fi X C: I: H. J' 'S I Za a'T.:Y 15' .ffl J .5 ' 4 u '. V ., . ,, nj 1 . ,Ln - U I Ax 1 . A - Y fir E nk KTM '-,,, s. ,f , - , N ' ' if .. L' -" I. kr X ln , ,. - 4 . .. .. 1 1 , f ' I! , l. R ., -new 6 qs- , .w Y' ' V, ' fi " Q, 421 ' fr , -i' Fl irtrxl 114, ,Lf 3 F ." r - - ' , n-up 'I Huw' i 3 - l - r -In NA - I p 5 .. , ,Y X v , -vu , . r , , ., ,y , . . E A +,vx 1 .,'4'. 'S X M J M ,A,A 3 ' - 1 ri X R. + ' ,ff 1 ' 60 Dave Agena, Trudy Alt, J Angle, Doris Anliker, Riel Apple, JoEllen Baas. Mike Baker, Norman Bensl Linda Bishop, Brenda Bixli Russell Bode, Janet Braun. Sharon Bristow, LeRoy Brut Ronald Burris, Tom Burris Milton Butzke, Gerald Ca. Russell Canaday, Steve C day, Wayne Carlson, Ch Carr, Karen Charles, Iea Christiansen. Orville Christopher, Ti Claude, Jim Colwell, C Cowan, Mary Cowan, L Marilyn Deal, Milton D Penny Dodds, Richard D Darwin Engelbarts, Larr Richard Feaster, David Dorene Funk, Kenyon G son, Emy Lou Garms, B Gatton. "J ,H V .., - 'P a HJ 4? 53' .Z N bi 3 53 Cr-Y ,ei vt-- .q- , I -4 --., J iw , W. , aj -.T -.df , ' I .J I' , -- F 'ga' 'Q at 1, 1, r H.: I 4 'i M' ' ,. x r f J ,. J ,iv , ,Q f " 'V-7' J J JH 1 V A . J fr YYAW i W is , V W Q 4 , ' iw ' ' vu A ' ka l "il -. A' 4 1 , AI, ' 7' "' , 4 ' 1 x j w I g 3 ,L a 4 ff 3 , qu, ww ' V I S ,2" RN '12 1 " -- 7 1 V if -iii 1 1 ,- '5- rv , , is .L .!" e .-JP" N - N Rusk -v Q Y, Y K3 if i N54 x.?. rm -'A t, Y 1 N 6 ..-v- W .wx w rx f tl I f: -- Y in 'W "7 L ,. ', ri in K' is A if i N Jane Geilenfeld, Danny Gil- more, John Gilmore, Conrad Graham, George Graham, Judy Haag. Charles Hagedorn, Steve Hardy, Marilyn Harris, Greg Hatch, Nelvinea Hauenstein, Darlene Heinrich. Jerald Helmers, Marlyn Hel- mers, Susan Hemmingsen, Marlene Henderson, Herb Hobbs, Pam Hopkins. Calvin Humphrey, Lois Hunt, Pam Johnson, Richard Johnson, Lynn Keith, Karen Kern. Jackie Jo Kinden, Robin King, Dave Logue, Vicki McConnell, Bruce McCullough, Pat McMurt rey. Everett Maahs, Nancy Mar- shall, Bob Martin, Juanita Meyer, Jane Metzger, Kenneth Meyer. Tony Milian, Dennis Miller, Marsha Miller, Scott Miller, Dean Mittlieder, Doug Nel- son. 61 M Ta ,E 1 N ,X Y' w J. Q: 14 'ri A 5i M ,- ,I 1 X V eerie' wx' 'XE N 4 X Q ' I' :, . v if , X? all X fl? X O, .. ,th mam .fir mgslive ffl - Q- QQ' :Q r ... V guna r 5 , 'J- ' an N 'fbi Ei 1 ' it J N if K , f " Y- it ' f .4 -'Q '. if f-fi? v-.522 .A - , K K .- . ,N ,VS gs. 'll :W f Q f 215521 f 0 f??E5Ei I if I' X a ' U 'bi v I N -9- 4 a- 1-qv Al .tg 6, Z, .. .' . A' 11-1.-1-uit., ' ' + " - 4' ' ' 4, y lf: "' rl x '. Q ,,.. 5' Z' .Il -' D' '4 Lao J W 1 K X 5 , X x., A ' " Q V-3 .f Q it Q W is X. T gf -v ff ,give , 'Z 'V ' Q-1 ,1- v l X X -m n TE TI GRADI Maureen O'Brien, Dennis Ohrtrnan, Julie Olson, Ju Parrott, Linda Parsons, Ja Patterson. Wayne Patterson, Dianna Pedersen, Barb Percival, Rollie Perkins, Sandra Pa gande, Gayle Phillips. Sandra Plott, Allen Prieb Kenneth Richter, Rod Ric Bill Roeber, Roxanne Rog Kay Rosendahl, Dave Ro Alexis Rutledge, LaVonn ter, Sandy Schenck, Rod Scufiham. Reuben Skow, Diane Smi' K. T. Specht, BradleyS Barbara Teeter, Judy Th son. Dennis Walker, Lorna Wa Sharon Willrett, Ann Wils Alan Zimmerman, CHITO1 Zimmerman. 24111 VALENTINES DANCE f' X' 'f 'H- " N 4-ln-.. CONCERT BAND BAND PERSONNEL FLUTES--Kay Agena, Mary Miller, Maureen O'Brien, Kay Moulton, Sally Steele, Betty Holt, Sandra Haag, Emy Lou Garms, Linda Parsons, Trudy Alt, Kitty Hardgrove, Jane Cole, Rhonda Brandow, Susan Hemmingsen, Susan Moulton. PICCOLO--Sally Bay. OBOES--John Schutter, Judy Parrott, Janice Patter- son. BASSOONS--Nancy Muckey, Kent Immerfall, Helen Skow. BASS CLARINETS--Mike Kain, Patty Kenyon, Dianne Smith, Linn Taylor. CORNETS--Gary Colwell, Ruth Benschoter, John Clark, Bruce Sundet, John Snyder, Jim Colwell, Patty Schultz, Kendra Seeley, Bob Garms, John Pratt, Steve Hardy, Arlene Anliker, Wayne Patterson, Marsha Miller, Russell Spear, Mark Conn. TROMBONES--David Reid, Richard Hutchins, Marilyn Skow, Jeanette Vigdal, Carole Etherington, Bruce McCullough, David Agena, Brad Steele, Glenn Tschetter, Russell Bode, Rodney Schuffham, Lyle Hiedenwith. CLARINETS-- Jodie Chally, Jerry Raney, Don McBride, Jean Christiansen, Carol Anliker, Lorna Walker, Ann Wilson, Jane Faber, Linda Percival, Dorene Funk, Juanita Meyer, Carol Seger, Penny Dodds, Rich Feaster, Mary Jo Brower, LaVonne Saiter, Joan Ward, Joyce Grimes, Nancy Cole, Cheryl Rusk, Jane Geilenfeld, Pam Johnson, Sandra Plott, Brenda Bixler, Julie Wood, Marjo Pomplon, Jean Abbott, Sandra Pingel, DyAnne Baas. BASSES--Alan Holt, Norman Benson, LeRoy Bruns, Terry Brandow, Paul Smith, Ken Durant. PER- CUSSION--Barb Kuchenreuther, Carol Kenyon, Linda Meelhause, Lois Hunt, Allan Bode, Judy Munger, Larry Pratt. ALTO SAXES--Janet Angle, Wayne Christiansen, Vicky Jo Marshall, John Scuffham, Geri Ruark, John Reid, Sig Wood, Doris Anliker, Gail Bartholomew, David Hovey. TENOR SAXES--Trudy Betts, Trudy Bartholomew, Barb Percival. BARITONE SAXES--Joan Post, Julie Olson. FRENCH HORNS--Marcia Angle, JoEllen Baas, Bill Bartlett, Dianna Rentz, Brad Kraft, Cindy Cowan, Shirley Ringsdorf, BARITONES-- Glenn Buchanan, Tom Anderson, Rodney Ricklefs, Cathy Steele, Marilyn Black, Marilyn Deal, Gayle Phillips, Pam Hopkins, Marilyn Harris, Mary Cowan, Sharon Sundet, Jane Raney, Ann Bohannon, Blaatl Hey I Wake up ,kay .' 1 back there x I , N I 'REQ el fn MI!! K, fi , J.. X, W fl TEN LITTLE INDIANS 1 YE .iv S V I ..-J CAST, Left to Right: Jim Parsons, Gary Colwell, Marilyn Skow, Clay Mowers, John Clark, Vicki Steil Bob Pratt, John Phillips, Bruce McCullough, Phil Taylor. MISSING: Karen Charles. FRONT: Julie Olson, Script Girl. H ln.-, v. 1 K 14' V V- f Lffif X 1 I .N 1-m 'V ' Q 'N7"77?i.i err? .WI . x.- x -. . . . ., ' X 1 -1-.. 4" R X . . fu - 1 . m - V. - Q , . . Y 'Q ' K ' . 'v :fvxi ' 1 B SPORTS DANCE Lind a i Mike Percival Ka in m 9 COURT--Sherri Smith, Charyl Cook, Judy Becker, Queen Linda Percival, King Mike Kain, Dick Pratt, Maynard Shackelford, Bill Wetzel l""?Q ,Lf .., .df In 1 ,La : fx ir ' 1 J. 'C 1 wg "J" -ff -..N' 1 'J , r n.. .la 1 3,4-"'i5f" in ,-"'!-' ' IK' za 1-'wg J Y A r 1. 1 fist, i ,,: , X. . N -if ,h L-as 4 r ,- j,:.J'-f I ' mmf...-v. i R K "Pa1mie" gains a new companion DEB "I REFUSE to get nervous!" stated Mr. Palmer as he downed his fifteenth cup of coffee and two more aspirins at the state debate finals in Iowa City. Nervous or not, "Pa1mie" led his varsity debate squad composed of Kay Agena and Gary Colwell, negatives, and Tim Dailey and Bucky Buchanan, affirmatives, to third place in the Class B state tournament. This is the highest an Al- gona squad has placed since 1942. The alternate varsity squad, Sharon Smith, Alan Holt, Alan Bode, and John Schutter, also had a fine record and competed in several tournaments. John Phillips, the varsity alternate, found him- self debating both sides of the question fsornetimes in the same debatej. Bob Pratt was the only trophy winner in forensic activities this year. Bob placed high in oration, interpretive reading, and after-dinner speaking, winning a plaque for his after-dinner speaking, at the Coe tournament. With his varsity squad leaving, "Pa1mie" is looking to the Junior Class to provide a team for next year. -.S .-8" bw, ff ,Nl -v-4, f" M Don't fret - you'1l look like Yul yet, Palmie D FORENSICS . 3 defeat ? .f- An Our coach looks down on us . .but. At least one of them looks confident! N...-f' Above A11 -- be NEAT ! Ready, Willing, Oh VMOIY' how and . . . ABLE?!? Sweet you are ! ... 5 1 h -47. X ff K, .,1 J x " .X ' X 1 . , -4 -fv- L... 5 U. ,. ,R I' ,r ' ui if 1 Ax , M, J, GIRL'S BASKETBALL INTRAMURALS . -EE' ii 52 x Q, .' ' ' 1 1 X , 'Ki .1 , , A I!! I y kj, . jx T HE CH AM PS! FRONT: Jackie Medin, Trudy Betts, Judy Becker, Judi Willrett. Q BACK: Luarm Meyer, Linn Taylor, Charyl Cook, Karla Hinders. L ,V T rr' ff' -YE! 1, 't'f2"?211 TW-?,.Q ' -- f-L' 'Wf A gg-,Q 5' U .j 4sa4.3,:1- - Q-I ' U.. ' 3 ' , I , 3- 3 . 1 ,D 4 ,,, .V is 1 ,, 7 - - ' . - al . Y 'Q J' EQ 1" "5 V 5 Xx, '5 --Q14 M Q L. K i 4 f Li. .Q 5 1 H .-,,qn.!", 5 Ja. WL 1155 "" V. . CDA . ,:f- - .:.1," ' L6-'L rv ff' ,,,....,, ,..,.. ., ,, Gif' ' "f:"', 4 r I - N , RJ Y M 1 f , -2-.3 w.5i"i'i'7"" L A5 '4 'iff 3,4 X' ,--'pd .. " 5 . , 4 mn ,Vf , . 2 ,,,m' in . W'-Q? ' H q ,5 ,J I.: , V I .. W, 1 - M . WfWf'pl6:ed'. -f---f + . 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It is located on the north side of the school. sv-7' A few of the safe drivers SAFE DRIVERS Marilyn Black Gary Kelley Dennis Helrnke Bob Holcomb Bill Baker Dick Pratt Bill Wetzel Torn Waller 4 rf: - AUT Y, .X A .s , Band concession stand at the Home Show. .. r P , - M v QI' - 512 59,126 ?U .L+ , I" T ' P1 .Mi f Hey! fellows, wake up! it 2' Band Dance Hard workers at the Algona Home Show. FFS: QE W -eil ' A y Ruth was our hostess for the Algona Band Festival. The band feels that these girls were very deserving of the honor of being our queens. BAND QUEENS s into I I ! le Q ! E l This year the Algona band was well represented by two band queens, Kay Agena and Ruth Benschuter. n Kay represented us at the Mason City Band Festival 14 5 MARCHING BAND 'i f f - ffl f W t ' h . .. ,R A J 'K fr , Y wg, I - Y ,I f? v,-:L A -,ln A V 1 -- f t' 'xi gt1,,,,-ii! 'gffy gK'x2j'yg: Q ' , ' " - - hiligig 5.7! gm ax ffl, :Ji di "' 1 4- A ' FSS' 'M' . , v , . ,xl -D 'ELL I k ' ff-l' ii' ' "f- K Exit . -' I ' it g g L-M ,ESV- wl " - i .L 19- einen---f't-Le Q-V-f ' . W H 7,4 -I -J, ,-in ...I A ' f Y ntl. i tl" , f 4lT"i'L" lf ' , ,- h LSA' , - 'EA il 'YF MAJORETTES TWIRLERS Q35 . , ., X. we . if-'uid rrcival, Maureen O'Brien, Jean Christiansen, Joan Ward, Pam Hopkins, Diane Smith, Jane Raney, Marilyn Jleyer, Sally Steele, Ann Bohannon. Deal, Betty Holt. 9 7 J 54. Y :-af ' -Firm" ., .. if fa . 3 ag EVY" v -'..' ,.. . i fy! , 1 ' 1. . i-ESQ-aw. 1- - 01- azz: , -' if - , .ef ,wg, s - ..,f. , Q -K Z1 pp A ,flz 1 1 , .QI ,. ,. , 51151. 1 . X e NX 4 It Wf . u 13 1 3 if V1 J ,js A r '13 Y 1 .1 VX x 4. f x Q w- lv ,I I x E I "2'i7,17 A 'K Y' ' :,. gf -Ejtf.:--. ' I , 1.. fi.. , 5 El ' .4 ,Vi-4 .A , . . u M., r ,. AW' f - rj -ML f 'Y , , . ,V 1 n.,. 5-5 , . , ' ZW' ,,,'?f1-,int R - MA it I' fjifff L ,f .wgvavl - " '- , 'SFJKFYCL'-f 1- ff- ' 'f T' ' '+L' B' -' W 73 - . - N.. . VW.. ., vlgi, ,lv an N 'I H -,l X415 1.-ws-g.?,-f.., N I' , . - . .535 L . ffl If ll,-vw-.1 'A N4',,,.LLf', , ' 1 ,K -Q1-, -A f, -wig,-9:-::.'.:.y '- 11,-L-N .' .. .71 s.A5??!,4r,1 .! 1, ' ',",:fl'l'935' "W 'ff' 'K if ,"' .. . Q "4 TERME GOLF Clay Mowers . ,T ,TI 97 W ' -est. fff' 'lf'-' . 'J-gg ,"K 3 Ja! xr ' I 'in- ' X ,QA J v ' 'fi 4, f-kfx " . ' 1' J,-1' nh' 3 ' Dan Merryman I k Dave Agena Bill Bartlett . 5 , . e , ' -, 0, 7' Q , -va. ' " ' fl ' 1 2, F 'K r .L ' ' 4 W, ROW ONE: Glenn Tschetter, Bill Wetzel, Rich Hutchins, Jack Williams, Gary Kelley, Bob Garms, Lance Jc Paul Smith. ROW TWO: Skip Perkins, Dave Martin, Willie Steinman, Doug Barr. BILICS Slmdet. Danny Terr Powell ROW THREE- Jim Redemske Dale Teeter Maynard Shackelford, Steve Hardy, Wayne Patterson, y . . , , Russ Canady, Jerry Raney. ROW FOUR: Coaches Christie, Stephenson, Hershberger. TRACK LETTERMEN K hiyl. in d F "i' A A ' Gary Kelley Bob Garms . y xx ' P Maynard Shackelford V. 1 , Qi V P l 7 d Tom Waller i Bruce Sund et , Jack Williams H Lance Johnson Wayne Patterson W P. S , x l4,ml l I N. V U ! Doug Barr .L as ., Bill or 1 4 ,, -1' .a I A .A Rich Hutt rd Dash rd Dash rd Dash rd Run un urdles rdles lay lay elay Relay 'le Relay ut 11 Throw lump amp ault HOLDER Charles Cretzmeyer Charles Cretzmeyer Bill Wetzel Rich Hutchins John Green Gary Peer Gary Peer Jim Cowan, Jerry Rupp. Gary Davis, Wayne Johnson Jerry Rupp, Jim Cowan, Gary Davis, Wayne Johnson ALGONA TRACK ND FIELD RECORDS YEAR RECORD 1933 1933 1962 1963 1933 1961 1961 1958 1958 Tom Waller, Bruce Sundet, Jack Williams, Bill Wetzel 1963 Bill Wetzel, Jack Williams, Tom Waller, Rich Hutchins Ron Ditsworth, Jerry Downey, Phil Norris, Darrel Davis Jim Stanton Jerry Ostrum Jack Williams Joe Funk Jerry Cowan Wayne Patterson 1963 1956 1962 1960 1963 1954 1960 1963 :O9.8 :21.5 :52.0' 2:O2.'7 4:33.0 :15.0 :20. 1 :45.8 1232.4 3:34.8 3145.5 8:40. 1 132'8" 46'8 1f2' 1s9'o" 21'11" 5'11" 11'7" Q Bob Holcomb Tim Dailey Qfourth in State doublesj 84 TENNIS ' 9 Q, -iw' Gary Colwell ffourth in State Captain at a .,,,.' B 4 H Z' 1 . . A t . ea., -. Dave Reid doublesj - , A If Ax wiv Bucky Buchanan Y 6 x 2531 L Coach Palmer ,A y " . y . B . 1 F'Qtf1I1 Fil ,fy A. xx! o ' ' B 53 ' ' ', I hn Ph1111ps tl i'lYg3cx?'63-., I ' ,ff-'v '. c2IvHv13'j' 5' xqgfgjrgo- af ,x,f1Q'Q'x'-. 1- ,- 9321 .T+"YT'i1,' ' .Q-x,Q,f"5Ja',ti! . ,"4 i9q.LL:.s B K 5. .W :t,x.,.xi. , ' Rx ' ' 'r. .N -V' ,-,"h.I'.1- - ' 7'-H J .X dk ! ,,, Y' En, 1 H' "'-' .. ,xy '4 I 1-V.::"'H, 5 A,.i.,.Z! Wg' 1 A .. , Y 7 1' 1' -5 .- J fn 'ba' r u W5 . ' " -: .,,'-im., " af. 'bw f Q- Q iz -'U 'Q .5 ,.-, .-- K- --1, , . Z? I ET ' ' ' -QL' if ' R-,C . ' - .. -'N -1' k - . , .. tr. I Wi. . L 1 I I t Nr.. l ,-an My mi, 1 I Wx -11-u g., A ug :se Q ,, 1 e 2 Nz . .V r as r Pt k ' .. X yi '., 7 XX J. x Q 95 fb in ,if if K N r ' r . G i GF. fv. i . V- 4 vc., QA gy 0414: W5 Upqq X PM LN qi 1 y X vxg,lDn,4 v C S I ""'.,P C.. ' TN ,si-GUN-'G . Q 3 ' , . A. M hu.: ' -.. . .4 .I is f jx a 'Y -1 1 ' -'Y . i' Q . 9 1 9 .. - ,. A . ' 9 ' -r fi '- . ' " '- B---' .A . 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W' Z L . 1 'iii 'C .- Se tg k7'?"3jSzJff,1i.'g', .-,lwigfi-15 T ily 1652 MVJ-1A ,, - fri- H' ali-ffl, N ,. -4 ,Y Q .QV 4 - 5 , J In ,xy , 'W -'Aff":N1'i.'.1+-At-ifii:.ti .. y . .V N.:-N, Q. 1 . .,:j.w'r -V G.-1l'.w " '51, ,4!,',: ,M , lf. V ' -A , ,V 3 Q, ' H 1 IQWQQI: ve" ,'fg'f.fgi.xH'f.f+ 'l1f?'5Y"pf4',,lr-,j1f', ' J "'.t.,,gv,4 ,lf '-.iq . 1 V ,72- ' '-' 'f WW ff.-'r . H . ' " . - ' ' V ' , 'RONT ROW: Ken Egel, Terry Zimmerman, Brian Espe, Gary Naylor, Larry Helrners, Skip Perkins, Tony Milian. SACK ROW: Marlyn Struecker, Dick Pratt, Tom Waller, Dave Hanselman, Gary Colwell, Sig Wood, Jim Abbott, Lick Slobe, Dennis Christensen, Coach Christie. ASEBALL to X' , U gxx' 85 r , Sf! , .- xxx 2-. 4 v 4 ij A 4 ws - ,s,.- , H - -.fm X., .. ,..,. , ,. K WM? X W? n Q . 2 Q A QQ 3 1 il' ,Q lf ,bg WM faszii' 1 : .2 -lf m .. 1.f: 'l ' -.-.QW -1 Y V' Yurya I '- - A' .. 'F :..'f 4541, M i' 2' 5 , x : ,was 2' ' 1 'V t S ,4vf152fg,,,x 5' 2 I . X X, M L I 1 Y. ... 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Our final year as underclassmen has come to an end, and we only regret that we, too, must soon depart from AHS. But, we shall always remember the fun we'Ve had this year - the homecoming float that stayed together, and the voyage we took to the bottom of the sea. Our boys were active in all sports, aiding our teams to the conference championships. We comprised half of the All- State quartet, and added another district president to the Student Council. To try to list all our accomplishments would be futile. We can only say we are proud to be members of the Class of '64. JUNIORS "4" es-' V A ' 'X 1 r. ,, J J 'J V 9 J ,,, 1 I A IR" ' gi J Q Q 44' fa f 'gy ' -..- J J J , y y J. g-af A if - 1 .. A C ' 7 A P fri' J 'u -J -A . A 2:54 r rx' , 1 J a if J - , f A V . H A X v YY ? . J B ' J - 4" ' J-w - ff, l . .V ' L , l I j p W Q rl "Ai, -I N. 4 J rl ' L JZ' ,l I ' 1 r .v-I V -1" V? ln'-I - J . Sf 'x . 'F T A J L J V. sm' V 1 1 1 - 'V - J ' ' J is J WP-242 . 1 . A ' f ,Jah All l J Jim Abbott Elmer Alt Marcia Angle Greg A rrowood Geneva Barber David Barie Doug Barr Trudy Bartholomew Donald Beisch Trudy Betts Marilyn Black Ruth Boldridge Marian Broesder Clyde Bronson Mary Jo Brower Jodie Chally Dennis Christensen Mary Kay Christensen John Clark Judy Cole Nancy Cole Janet Davis Gretchen Deim Kenneth Egel Brian Espe Carole Etherington Robert Ewoldt Sharon Gardner Michael Graham Rosalie Hahn Sandra Hannover David Hanselman Terry Hauenstein Larry Helmers Betty Holt Dave Hovey Roy Hutchison Kent Immerfall Billy James John Jennings David Jensen Chuck Jergenson L . i ELEVE TH GRADE A ' 59' , A .PIL , its-Y?f ff 1 if A L ,ig R777 Y7Y7Y-R if.. ' A ' Q I ' Mi Y 4 f'5s Mix N-4' A 0 A 'fr r a-1 ,f 1 ' rj ,bf "Q, 'T - if Q A Y ' -N Nx f Ni km '- ' tb .- , -lfi.1??.e+f-4, 4 . li ,A .Qi if ' . i l ' or 1:0 5 1' C 'fi . , Q in ,gi 4 ,yy , 'q ix , V f yn' Q by ' AU r. ,N w "4-51:g,Z' x ' 2, 'gr ,vw V 'et u Wifi mah-i' '4 is gr .. f .SBK a te? 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A':i'..si.-55,3 4 ffl., 11, ,V , QQ ggfiff - I V .QL L 'u wgi' fb,-VL-X14L-'l'.L,',5E.j?f"' 165 5, 'K ,g . J . fin- Envy, .,fQf.-ip 'df' - ' g,'.14T N Qu 1 - 'z' A - I ,I " 4 .33 11,51 . '. . . . - ,' JV ....':F"- 7', Lf " '-"V .1 R ."- ' . ' . '.:" ' IV " ' ..-V,'f- -1 651 , ,Eff ,wifi ,fgw,j.. - I I ,V V iq!-f'9,i.g,,. K. g3,..1a,rQfz?3V1VZ , WJ , Cy n' - V - .VV V . 'V ff VQV V-dz. V iz ' . ni 4 L53.,.,1 J. lg-QL twin' I at 'J f- H vw 41 V441 1 . -Vf' Va-1-2 ff.-'1.'- FFL' . . .--bl 'L'-Ffiifi' ,Mfg 4 . -N'iffQ FIELD DAY GIRLS' CHORUSES 'S CHORUSES--FIRST ROW: Peg Schutter, Sandra Hannover, Rosalie Hahn, Francie Ziegler, Vicki Steil, Judy Haag, on Bristow, Jackie Kinden, Jane Metzger, Kathy Darbyshire, Kathy Hatch, Kathy Pruismann, Judy Thompson, is Rutledge, Lynn Norton. SECOND ROW: Becky Wetzel, Mary Hannover, Eloise Tracy, Marian Broesder, Linda per, Diane Malueg, Barb Wicks, Barbara Medin, Sharon Willrett, Marlene Henderson, Sandra Pingel, Sharon Gard- Elizabeth Wolter, Gail Fitzpatrick, Betty Gatton. THIRD ROW: Diane Pederson, Linda Sharp, Joyce Anderson, y Ann Steinhorst, Karla It-linders, Judy Willrett, Rosanne Madsen, Carole Koepke, Cheri Boeckholt, Pam Kees, Joy er, Jean Malueg, Leslie Norton, Judy Egel, Pat McMurtrey. FOURTH ROW: Sally Scobba, Linda Bishop, Phyllis gand, Sharon Smith, Ann Haase, Carolyn Sabin, Jackie Limbaugh, Corliss Rupp, Diane Riley, Margaret Kent, iel Zittritsch, Pat Reilly, Linda Erickson, Janice Ringsdorf, Delthea Shierk. IT ROW: JoEllen Baas, Sandra Haag, Julie Wood, Ann Segar, Marjo Pomplun, Shirley Ringsdorf, Cheryl Rusk, Dorene 4, Gail Phillips, Pam Hopkins, Jane Raney, Pam Johnson, Jane Faber, Sue I-lemmingsen, Sue Moulton, Linn Taylor, -on Sundet, Helen Skow, Ann Bohannon. SECOND ROW: Carol Teeter, Marsha Miller, Verdean Shaw, Linda Parsons, a Walker, Lavonne Salter, Penny Dodds, Carol Kenyon, Vicki Marshall, Jane Cole, Patty Schulz, Janet Angle, le Etherington, Marilyn Deal, Marilyn Harris, Jeanette Vigdal, Mary Cowan, Trudy Bartholomew, Judy Munger, ROW: Sharon Menneke, Cathy Steele, Sandy Plott, Sally Steele, Betty Holt, Kendra Seely, Juanita Meyer, Kay llton, Emy Lou Garms, Jean Christiansen, Julie Olson, Diane Smith, Jane Geilenfeld, Judy Parrot, Barb Percival, a Percival, Maureen O'Brien, Patty Kenyon, FOURTH ROW: Lois Hunt, Mary Jo Brower, Maree Miller, Trudy Betts, y Cole, Jody Chally, Sally Bay, Judy Becker, Kay Agena, Linda Meelhouse, Barb Kuchenreuther, Marilyn Black, y Alt, Ruth Benshoter, Marilyn Skow, Joan Post, Geri Ruark, Dianna Rentz. Q g,.. M. F' - :Q MIX FRONT ROW : Maree Mi1ler,Chery1Rusk,Sa11y Stee1e,Mary Io Brower,Sa11y Scobba,Linda Bishop,Kay Agena,Betty P Seger,VickiStei1. SECOND ROW :Mary Ann Steinhorst,Kendra See1YJoyce Anderson,Sa11y Bay ,Lorna Wa1ker,Sharcu Ann Haase,Dorene Funk,Linda Parsons. THIRD ROW : Roger Brandow ,Tim C1aude,Russe11Bode,Bob Bradford ,Dave M Norman Benson,John C1ark,Bucky Buchanan,A11ar1 Bode . FOURTH ROW :Dennis Voight,Jon Nelson ,Doug Barr ,Bill Ba Bruce McCu11ough,Dennis I-Ie1mke,A1an I-Io1t,Bob Garms,Dave Reid .John Phillips . NOT PICTURED z Skip Perkins. I f i v R Tix i H X' T, I ' P his SYMPHO ETTES FIRST ROW : Kay Agena,Sa11y Scobba,Betty I-1o1t,Mari1yn B1ack,Jean Christiansen, Lind a Percival. BACK ROW : Ann Seger Barb Kuchenreuther,Kay Mou1ton,Emy Lou Garms,De1thea Shierk . 94 RUS :Carole Etherir1gton,Barb Kuchenreuther,Diane Ma1ueg,De1thea Shierk,Betty Gatton,Marilyn Harris,Judy ianna Rentz.Mary Cow an ,Geri Ruark. SECOND ROW:K ay Moulton,Linda Percival ,Jean Christiansen ,Barb Perci- il1rett,Mari1yn Black,Emy Lou Garms,Mari1yn Skow ,Ruth Benschoter,Sharon Willrett,Jane Faber.TI-IIRD ROW: ride ,Richard Feaster,Dennis Ohrtrnan ,Brad Kraft,Dan Merryrnan,Phi1Tay1or,Wayne Clu'istiansen,John Reid ,Don URTH ROW : Gary Colwe11,Kent 1mmerfal1,Torn Wa11er.Bob Pratt,John Schuttc-:r,Bruce Sundet, Maynard S chackel- Hanni, Jim Colwe11.Reuben Skow . BOYS CHORUS -rlf 'Q C - M I-L N RST ROW :Allan Bode ,Don McBride,Richard Feaster,D ennis Ohrtrnan,Brad Krafnaccompanist Marilyn Black,Dan Merry- an,Phi1Tay1or,Wayne Christiansen,John Reid,Don I-laase. SECOND ROW: Gary Co1wel1,Iohn Schurrer,Bob Pratt,Kent merfa11,Tom Wa11er,Maynard Shackelford ,Tom I-Ianni,Bruce Sundet,J im Co1we11,Reuben Skow . THIRD ROW :Roger andow ,Tim C1aude,Russe11Bode,Bob Brad ford ,Dave Martin,Norman Benson,John C1ark,Bucky Buchanan,John Phillips. URTH ROW :Dennis Voight,John Nelson ,Doug Barr,Bill Bart1ett,Bruce McCul1ough,Dennis He11'nke,A1an Ho1t,Bob Garms ave Reid . - pq. +1-H1 '15 ,, V ' f faai?ii.A 'F- qr-L'.r,1L.i 4 ' 'ii55'v?a' ': I 'PW 5142. - 1 ,, 5 1 4 u.J?T'fii f 75 '21,1'i15,f, "' X '5 ,, Ei' 96 Tom Waller, Treasurer: Pat Conn, Vice-President: Lance Johnson, Secretary: and Bob Prah, President Another school year has ended, but the accomplishments and abilities of the Class of 1963 will not soon be forgotten. The superior athletic ability of the senior boys led our football, basketball, and wrestling teams, of which seventy per cent of the members were seniors, on to conference championships. Algona High teachers will not soon forget the scholastic ability of the Class of 1963, who boasts having a National Merit scholar. The seniors proved themselves leaders in both band and the vocal music department, providing some of the finest musical concerts for their community. The Class of 1963 is ready to move on to the challenges the future - to greater obstacles and even greater victories hoping always to be a credit to their society and A. H. S. fam f'.l'3- 4' 141 fw- ,0- S ,A Q51 x N? 35iW,Bu:t:Q. 'Na d HZLAJRA, ICT 41 QnM0.:b mad, 54001141 ' ' ' veg' 6,141-ue'-'J 4WWm WWW Q?4M,.-azz ZW? 99 gym 44,1424 00 cawm Qeiywa 11.044 "'...'f ffafylfrdued ,as Zvvw0'Z ,f Wg:-2':- -fur'N iz, if ,-vfuf' W ,Vw-A awed- i ws' 4,7 1 L' 1 HH L Jffffmbuo wQf,2.,W-.1 CB WH CMJ QWQW 101 Y ' - 'E 3 Qwzfw- 471W-W awww ' Vwwraawe, ' A A 'Bu QSL. O2 v 'QE' M , ,, W 0e0wn2M21 sg 4? W N A, I I 3: K7 - ya.- ,ba-n Wm i N , 5443 :ix ,Mg J-FWCE. -JOHIUSOU .inquir- Z Wh w..z..x .tum-r GW: we 10 ani , L e.'.,.,fsgf..,,-U ,S 1 is it fir x gan-fv37f1fCff-MW A I " J.-L md-.Ave 'yarn QPAQ Www mmm J B77- W-M-JXMM Qifmbm I I f-tr 9044-Q, Wffdhzf Mm WW 969-v'wlJf7,pg-If . 5 il? NU' ,7-Z-,.J,,Ci.f,.Q,..,0 6.1661-7 105 Qfwwvf- ffx . ' ' 'G1.d.-,va'I- , :U ' I' . 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X., , ,.,LAv: may .3 7v:' T ' ' ' r 3 ,ffr 73 ' ,fr .. , f if , :v Q 7' Q . :GO 'il' aww in ma Q WV? 3 .- Lb' 'L Y :ri M -Nj! 1 , ff , 151 ' 'I KA Y I f " I Laura I YY - ff' Y 3 S Q ' ,.., H Yi W Nngil j ,V-' N E fyx-JJ JL-+9 K SQNWQMM aff,g...w fffy if-ai-ervh-4-4' .,..: 'H , . . , . , 'far afnra- Q f' Y ' ix' 108 M uiwga , ,T. wwjh.,-1 Qzfwwnw 4-.cdvtauzxc fr 1. lx' Jw ' , 'V' Q N v E 3 g F,"U""U"-5 lar bww 1963 CLASS WILL KAY AGENA leaves school sixth period to rest? JOYCE ANDERSON leaves Cadettes to Trudy and Sharon. TOM ANDERSON leaves his height to Janet Angle. CAROL ANLIKER to help "Bode" write a Spenserian sonnet. BILL BAKER to argue with anyone about anything. BILL BARTLETT leaves his muscles to "Hersh". JUDY BECKER leaves her physique to Phyllis. RUTH BENSCHOTER leaves the telephone line open. ALLAN BODE leaves to write a sonnet. RHONDA BRANDOW leaves cheerleading to the cheerleaders. ROGER BRANDOW leaves his manifold to Mike Gilbert. TERRY BRANDOW leaves with Roger. GLENN BUCHANAN leaves his Eagle Scout pin on his rancid sweatshirt. RUTH CHANTLAND leaves for the maidrite. JANE COLE leaves her E,S,P, card to Miss Sorensen. GARY COLWELL leaves for Iowa City with a gleam in his eye. PAT CONN leaves her left-handed desk to right handers. CHARYL COOK leaves English class with Psychology done. TIM DAILEY leaves his wittiness to Herb Hobbs. KENNY DURANT leaves the G-men standing on Thunder Road. BILL EVERS leaves to start a gas war with Danny O'Connel1. HENRY EWOLDT leaves the grocery store business to his brother. JANE FABER leaves her curly hair to Mr. Warner. NANCY FOSNAUGH leaves for Bancroft. BOB GARMS leaves his wavy hair to Mr. Collier. MIKE GILBERT stays. Better luck next time, Mike. JOYCE GRIMES leaves the root beer stand business to A Sr W. ANN HAASE leaves to fill her motor skooter up with Enco Super X gasoline. TOM HANNI leaves American History to the Americans. ED HELMERS leaves his croaking voice to the frogs. SHARON HELMERS leaves with the blessing of Mr. Spurgin. DENNIS HELMKE leaves grease to the monkey's at Dau's. KARLA HINDERS leaves all her love to Larry. BOB HOLCOMB leaves taping smelly feet to Howie. ALAN HOLT leaves to shoot a round of golf. RICH HUTCHINS leaves for a bowl of jell-o and an onion. DON HUTCHINSON leaves enforcing the law to Ernest. LANCE JOHNSON leaves Art class still second best. MIKE KAIN leaves to set his curls. GARY KELLEY leaves to shave. LEWIS KENT leaves to carry out groceries. CAROL KENYON leaves her typing ability to Cathy Steele. DIANNE KUHLMANN leaves her gum in Miss Madsen's wastepaper basket. MARCELLA LOVSTAD leaves with a diamond. DON MC BRIDE leaves to pose in the "Before" ads for muscle man magazine. 110 DANNY MC CONNELL leaves his Mr. F. B. L. A. crown anyone who wants to succeed him. PAUL MAAHS leaves Industrial Arts with the machine turned on. DIANNE MALUEG leaves a poem to Palmer. VICKY MARSHALL leaves for the Chrome to find Roy, JACKIE MEDIN leaves Math IV sadly. GALEN METZGER leaves to milk the cows. LUANN MEYER leaves in a blue '53 Chevy. JIM PARSONS leaves to test Fords for General Motors. BOB PATTON leaves to pose for "P1aygirl" magazine. LINDA PERCIVAL leaves for the Boston Celtics. JOHN PHILLIPS leaves his sax to the "Temperance 7 ri l". DICK PRATT leaves without saying a word. BOB PRATT leaves for even greater triumphs in a worl filled with misery and sorrow to march ever onward the name of life, liberty and the pursuit of girls. DAVE REID leaves his deep bass voice to Kent Immerf GEORGIA RICH leaves to take Emma's place in the ofi JANICE RINGSDORF leaves F. B. L. A. to Sally Scobba. CRAIG SCHMELING leaves Class Will writing to Lance: the experts. MIKE SCHMIDT leaves the gold team with disgust. JOHN SCHUTTER leaves the Student Council to get by- own. JOHN SCUFFHAM leaves quietly. MAYNARD SHACKELFORD leaves his harem to the Sog boys. DAVE SKOGSTROM leaves the all-night card parties t and the boys. MARILYN SKOW leaves answering questions to the tea MIKE SLEVIN leaves cats in one PIECE. SHARON SMITH leaves the editor's chair empty. BILL SPECHT leaves his wrestling ability to Tom Samp MARY STEINHORST leaves the jail doors open. LARRY STRATTON leaves for California, his folks, an recording business. TOM WALLER leaves his tight pants to cousin Larry. JOAN WARD leaves school for Gerber's back-forty. BILL WETZEL leaves his basketball uniform to Steve JACK WILLIAMS leaves many broken hearts f?J behin JUDY WILLRETT leaves Psychology class the wiser. FRANCIE ZEIGLER leaves with a ring on her finger. TERRY ZIMMERMAN leaves to drive for the "Whittem- Boys". TERRY ZWEIFEL leaves DECA to Mr. Karl. The Senior Class of 1963 leaves with a laugh on o a tear in our eyes, and gratitude in our hearts. SENIOR BREAKFAST ww A-. x VEISHEA ,..,f..-.---'wr'-""-'b lv r '1 in V., ' 5 'E WHEN WE WERE YOUNG ,I f.x' W 2,7 ri , y W A. . Q ,gy I ,N ya? es 1. yy .z Q J , , Y X VV - X.. A 'v j V ' X' 1 g N . z . 1 F.: - V 1' 'ni an D . I, ,.',"' , W . W .l , 1 V 4 - f' , A . 1, Z . ,J Z 1 X '- 41 - y g E e E, f .X el WX, I5 1 ' A . -"W'fQif3'J -J ' Man e W Little shag Mike . ser g 5 , 7 , 2-:N -'T A A 7,1 -A 'A' Q.: ,. ' 4. x. Vff:"41 "" ' 5' in SE -XA E aw-W A F4 - 4 . .3 Z iii 'J' I X -- 'X X , V t ue Mrk r 1 ' 'f Terry W V 3 Gary 1 C yi W . fo.: , 'fn l" Us Ha! ,V YA M I wr'-v ' . W3 , 2 Y LX. w, W is uf Dennis Wetz 'Ziff -f' W E'jQ+L or LN Zwief -92, N tpf .f 1 Billy Z Sharon SZ' Carol f W me nv- , '9' ' 1 . - A3 732 f- "1 V -fx, f A gy: I L Wee Willy K Jane ay -ga of g, 2 X A1 Sl' , , 4 , ggi 3 .45 E ,sfif vw I W E' Eiga, W' A, W W ' 'N " :nie E E E N' X ' B111 Johnny " Pars' ' V. Qt.. W f E E Ring-a-ding I ' Denny 4' - , A-. CY as F: uyr- , ,L X A ' I Joyce Jamey Jacki .5152 . . Lug, ,J- EF' As -iv Tm Ml SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY, '63 Zap.. .Zap. . .bwee. . .bwee .... Comrade Nikita Allen reporting from the moon: "Comrades, I regret to inform you that the moon is already inhabitedl lt seems that there is an experimental group from the United States, composed of Algona High School's Class of 1963. Apparently this class has been chosen because of its superior academic achieve- ments, superb physical stamina, and crowning social activities. These are truly prime specimens, comrades! Here is a brief summary of the individual progress as I have seen it with my own eyes. After discovering this un- usual settlement, I ate at Ruth's Maidrite. I introduced myself to one of Miss Chantland's waitresses. Nancy Fosnaugh. She took my order back to the chief-cook-and-bottle-washer,Rog Brandow, While waiting for my order. I thumbed through the local newspaper and turning to the sports page, I saw that the girls basketball team was doing quite well. The teams coach, Pat Conn and the teams score keeper, Mike Schmidt, were quite optimistic about the team's progress. The team was composed of: Carol Anlicker, Charyl Cook, Jane Cole, Luann Meyer. Jackie Medin, and Rhonda Brandow. The team has new chartreuse uniforms made by Judy Willrett. Another item concerned the local golfer, Al Holt, who recently won the Lunar Golf Championship. Other front page headlines announced the newly elected Governor, Bob Pratt. Another newspaper item concerned the continuing gas war between Ever's Green Cheese Gas and McConnell's Man in the Moon Gas Station. Glancing through the Want Ads. I noticed a local Moon Mover, Dave Reid, looking for dates. Mike Gilbert also had an ad looking for bodies, to be used in his body shop for automobiles. Later I was distracted by the sound of horses outside the restaurant. To my amazement, there sat a dark, curly- haired girl atop a horse. The girl was waving a banner in one hand advertising Faber's Horse Stables and her famous guest jockey, Linda Percival. Picking up after the horses was a man from Buchanan's Sanitary Service, namely, Bucky. Following him was Haases' Hearse advertising Durant's Gravedigging Service. Bringing up the rear was Shorty Hutchin- son driving Baker's lce-Cream Wagon. After paying for my meal, I inquired as to how this group arrived on the moon. I was informed that the group had been piloted by astronaut, Lance Johnson, who had been greatly aided by Bob Garms new power steering for spaceships invention. As I started out the door. I heard the most terrible noise. I asked the town's Girl Scout Leader, Carol Ken- yon, just what was going on. She said it was only the auctioneer, Dianne Malueg, selling some oi Al Bode's Sophomore Sonnets. Highest bidder was the "Rich" beautician, Georgia. As l walked on down the street, I glanced into the local theater and to my surprise saw a red-haired bespectacled, cigarette boy dressed in green tights and peacock feathers, it was Gary Colwell. The billing on the theater listed May- nard Shackelford as star in his latest release. "A Thin Man with a Lot of Desire". Co-stars of this great war epic were: Tom Anderson, Don McBride, and Bill Bartlett. The female heroine was Vicki Marshall. A coming attraction was the preview of Sneaky Camera Phillip's latest photography tricks in the new comedy, "Uncle Bill and all the Little Spechts". Because l wanted to see much more of this amazing colony, I thumbed a ride with an albino cement truck driver bearing the name of Bill Wetzel. Bill said that he was delivering cement to the canal fillers, Terry Zweiful and Ed Helmers. but that I could ride along and see some of the country side ifl wanted to. On the way out we passed the Lake of the Moon where Hutchins' Yacht Club is located. The general manager was none other than Kay Agena. Bill pointed out a well known fisherman, Terry Brandow, out on the lake. Since it was hot and dusty, we pulled off the road to the cool shade of Grimes' Root Beer Palace. Of course, Bill knew all the car-hops. He pointed them out as Diane Kuhlman. Marcella Lovestad and Sharon Helmers. Bill also in- troduced me to a couple local law-enforcers, Zap-gun Zimmerman and Lock-em-up Lewie fKentJ. Then out of the clear blue sky, we heard a deafening sound usher forth from a blue, '53 Plymouth. Bill informed me that that was Jack Williams just doing what came naturally. We turned on the radio as we were leaving, just in time to hear a few of Larry Stratton's "Golden Oldies". As we proceeded down the highway, we were passed by a blue streak. Bill said, "There goes the Ford Falcon endurance test driver, Jim Parsons." We drove on and saw a caravan of tractors promoting the N. F.O. program, with president Mike Kain, his hair waving majestically in the breeze, at the head. He was followed by John Schuffham, Galen Metzger, Bob Patton, and Ruth Benschoter. White passing over one of the canal bridges, I happened to see a man setting a trap. Bill said that that was Hank Ewoldt and he hardly ever opened his trap. Hank, together with cat exterminator, Mike Slevin, served to keep the animal population in check. Bill deposited his load and we returned to town. Before reaching the city limits we passed a weary traveler trudg- ing along the road. Bill jokingly asked "Walking John Schutter" if he was tired of walking. Having been answered in the affirmative, Bill told him that he should try running awhile. lncidentally, walking with John was a guy named. "Crater climbing" Hanni, Upon returning to town, Bill asked if I would like to have dinner at Skog's Supper Club. Once inside the club, I was introduced to Bob Holcomb and Joyce Anderson, the club's most frequent customers. The billing for the evening featured famous night club entertainer Sharon "Gypsy" Smith. accompanied by the carry out trio composed of Sammy Burtis, Louis Kent, and Tim Dailey on the rhythm sticks. All the acts at the club are backed by the tremendous "Venerable Bede's" consisting of Richy Hutchins, Bob Pratt. Gary Kelley, Torn Waller. and Jack Williams. Dick Pratt plays with the groups on the bass, and John Phillips joins in on the floor. We asked if there was a special guest for that evening-Skog's Hostess Marilyn Skow instantly replied that Miss FBLA, Mary Steinhorst, was making a personal appearance. At the next table was the prominent town dentist, Paul Maahs and his beautiful receptionist. Janice Ringsdorf. As we were talking to proprietor Skogstrom we found that he was feeling blue because his moon-shiner friend. Craig Schmeling, had to send his smashed car to Helmke's Garage. I asked Bill if there was anyone that I hadn't met, and he said that there were several girls, Judy Becker, Joan Ward, Francie Zeigler and Karla Hinders, who took this day to go to the bottom side of the moon to drop off their letters in bottles to their loved ones on earth. Other than that he was sure that I had seen all the members of the entire colony. What's that you say, comrades? When am I coming back to Russia? Well, comrades, the truth is, that the com- panionship is so fine up here that l've decided to stay ........ Comrade Nikita Allen signing off from the moon. . . over. . . and. . .out. MORAL: THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE CLASS OF 1963 ARE GOING TO BE OUT OF THIS WORLD! , ' if if iz if is u we " W3 Q f v Q' H 'U u if if V af I3 if qVi'1'Lg 'illW Hi' 4' 4 ' ...M . 41 ' ' 1 :ix XA U J , S W . I ff- ' M ' " E fu yd . 1' -1 ti svll , - , .. W, x ., M, W 5. A 1 . ' 1 .. Jim ' Y A Y ,. IJ: , , V ., - ,...,, Y. - ,V ,, .JDS-ul' ' -'Y ---s-q- .-. I Ig' rf va lgf 'wr lg 'f 'raft YF 'J' 'rn 3 3 5- 'K-fihllll .Iglgfl HIV! ft ' 5 Y' W X il DY! "' 'J-U4 1-Sai' ,i6 vvvvvvvw Program Processional "Pomp and Circumstance" ..... - .... Elgar "Rhapsody in Blue" ....................... Gershwin High School Band Kay Agena, Piano Soloist Mr. Russell Guster, Director 1. Address ...............-.... Dr. Henry G. Harmon President, Drake University Honors Announcements Mr. Elgin Allen Mr. O. B. Laing Presentation of Class of 1963 .......... Presentation of Diplomas ............ Benediction ......... Pastor, Con Mr. John Hayes Rev. Frank Harcey gregational Church fvxfvvvvvvs X Q THE WILLARD Allan Bode Gary Colwell Charyl Cook Ann Haase E. AND ELLA P. THOMPSON FUND Dennis I-lelmke Lance Johnson Robert Pratt Judy Willrett CGMMENCEMENT AWA Delphian Society Art Aw Gary Kelley Bel Canto Music Award Kay Agena B. P. W. Business Ed. Carol Kenyon D. A. R. Social Science Glenn Buchanan P.E. O. English Allan Bode Iowa State Bar Ass'n Citizenship Ruth Benschoter John Schutter Larry Obercht Memorial Alan Holt Ingersoll Forensic Gary Colwell Soroptimist Club Math Ann I-Iaase Minnie J. Coate Award Tim Dailey SCHOLARSHIPS Glenn Buchanan - S. U.I. Charyl Cook - S.C.l. Ann Haase - S.C.l. John Phillips - Grinnell Gary Colwell - S. U.l. Tim Dailey - Grinnell Gary Kelley - S. C.I. Jack Williams - Buena V KAY AGENA ert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: d Chorus 1.2.3.4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4: ern Choir 1.2.3.4: Symphonettes 1.2.3.4: ral Soloist 3.4: Cadettcs 1.2.3: Honorary 4: F. . 1.3: F. T. A. 3:lntramurals 2.3: Band Queen :on Cityj 4: All State Chorus 3: Forensics and ste 3.4: Play Cast 3: National I-lonor Society 4: Instrumental Soloist 4. CAROL ANLIKER :rt Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: I Chorus 1.2: Girls Chorus 1.2: Annual Sales ramurals 4: F. B. L. A. Queen Candidate 4: Pep : Basketball 1.2.3: Class Vice-President 3: ast 3: Softball 1.3: Whittemore 1.2.3. .IOYCE ANDERSON Chorus 3.4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4: Annual -A: Cadettes 3.4 fManagerJ: Intramurals 1.2. 'ep Club 2.3.4. TOM ANDERSON rt Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: 1 Sales 4: Art Club 1.2.3.4: Play Crew 2: lurals 1: Pep Band 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2. Inls l: Football 1: Track l.2.3: Camera '.2.3.4: Visual Aids 1.2: "A" Club 2.3.4: 'hentai Soloist 3. BILL BAKER 'vation Club 4: Wrestling 1. 2.3: Golf 2.3: Ilub. BILL BARTLETT mt Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Chorus 2.3,4: Annual Sales 4: Intramurals Pep Band 4: Basketball 1.2: Boys Chorus Golf 1.2.3.4. JUDY BECKER rt Band 1.2.3: Marching Band 1.2.3: Girls 1,2.3: Annual Sales 4: F. H. A. 1: G. R. A. 4: Officer 4: Art Club 1: Intramurals 1.2. ports Queen Candidate 4: Pep Band 2: Play L Cheerleader 1.3.4: Pep Club 1.2.3.4:. RUTH BENSCHOTER ft Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Chorus 3.4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4: Annual :F.I-I.A. 1.2.3.4: G.R.A. 1.2.3: F.T.A. lfficer 3.4: Newspaper Staff 3: Intramurals 4: Pep Band 2.3.4: Band Queen 4AlgonaJ 4: .a Club 2. ALLAN BODIE t Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Chorus 1.2.3.4: Modern Choir 3.4: F.T.A. Newspaper Staff 4: Intramurals 3.4: Forensics bare 3.4: Play Cast 3: Boys Chorus 2. 3.4: mental Soloist 2. 4. RHONDA BRANDOW t Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: horns 1.2.3: F.H.A. 1.2.3: G.R.A. 1.2. L.A. 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. ROGER BRANDOW Chorus 3.4: Intramurals 2.3.4: F. B. L. A. andidate 4: Basketball 2.3: Librarian 3: A. 4: Boys Chorus 3.4: Humboldt 1. TERRY BRANDOW t Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: A. King Candidate 4: Football 1.2: Track B.L.A. 4: F.E'.A. 1.2.3.4: Wrestling 1. "A" Club 3.4. Senior Activity GLENN BUCHANAN Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 1.2.3.4: Modern Choir 3.4: Annual Staff 4: Business Manager: Annual Sales 4: Intra- murals 2.3.4: Pep Band 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2: Tennis 3.4: Forensics and Debate 3.4: National Honor Society 4: Boys Chorus 2.3.4: Visual Aids 1.2.3.4: Golf 1.2: "A" Club 3.4. DANA BURTIS F.F.A. 1.2: D.E.C.A. 4. RUTH CHANTLAND F.H.A. 1.2.3: G.R.A. 2.3: F.B.L.A. 3.4: D. E. C. A. 4: Officer 4: Pep Club 1.2. JANE COLE Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4: Annual Staff 4: Cadettes 3.4: Co-captain 4: Intramurals 1.2.3.4: Pep Club 2. 3.4: President 3. GARY COLWELL Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 1.2.3.4: Modern Choir 2.3.4: Vocal Soloist 3.4: Play Crew 4: Intramurals 2.3.4: All State Chorus 2.3.4: Pep Band 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2: Tennis 2.3.4: Captain 3.4: Football 1: Forensics and Debate 3.4: Play Cast 4: National Honor Society 4: Boys Chorus 2.3,4: "A" Club 3.4: Instrumental Soloist 3.4: Baseball 1.2.3.4. PAT CONN G. R.A. 4: F.T. A. 4: Class Officer 4: Vice-Presi- dent: Newspaper Staff 4: Business Manager: Home- coming Queen Candldate 4: Student Council 4: Treasurer: Play Cast 3: Cheerleader 4: National Honor Society 4: Pep Club 3.4: President 4: Blythe. California 1.2. CHARYL COOK Girls Chorus 1.4: Annual Staff 4: F.l-l.A. 1.2.3.4: Officer 3: G.R.A. 1.2.3.4: Officer 3: F. T.A. 3.4: Officer 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3.4:Sports Queen Candi- date 4: Librarian 2: Student Council 1.2: Conference One Act Play 1: Cheerleader 1.2.3: Pep Club 1.2. 3. TIM DAILEY F.T.A. 4: Intramurals 3.4: Tennis 3.4: Student Council 3.4: Forensics and Debate 3.4: National Honor Society 3.4: Officer 4: "A" Club 3.4: Baseball 2. KENNETH DURANT Concert Band 1. 2.3.4-: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Intramurals 1.2.3: Basketball 1: Football 1.2.3.4: Track 2.3.4. BILL EVERS Tennis 3: Football 1.2.3.4. HENRY EWOLDT Concert Band 2: Marching Band 2: Innfamurals 1: Pep Band 2: Basketball 1: Play Cast 1: Whittemore 1. 2. 3 . JANE FABER Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4: Annuals Sales 4: Cadettes 4: G.R.A. 4: F.T.A. 4: Pep Band 2. 3. 4: Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. NANCY FOSNAUGH F.H.A. 1.2: G.R.A. 1. 2: F.B.L.A. 3.4: Camera Club 1.2: D. E.C.A. 4: Officer 4: Pep Club 1. BOB GARMS Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 1.2.3.4: Modern Choir 4: F.T.A. 3.4: Intramurals 3.4: Basketball 3.4: Manager: Librarian 2.3.4: Football 1.2.3.4: Track 1.2.3.4: Forensics and Debate 4: Play Cast 2.3: Camera Club 2.3: Boys Chorus 2.3.4: Visual Aids 2.3.4: "A" Club 2.3.4. MIKE GILBERT Librarian 1.2: Camera Club 1: Visual Aids 1.2. JOYCE GRIMES Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 1.2.3: Girls Chorus 1.2.3: Play Crew 3: Intramurals 4: Band Queen Candidate 3: Pep Band 1.2.3: Basketball 1.3: Manager 3: Play Cast 3: Pep Club 4: Instrumental Soloist 3: Base- ball 3: Whittemore 1.2.3. ANN HAASE Mixed Chorus 2.3.4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4: Annual Staff 4: Cadettes 2.3.4: Co-captain 4: G.R.A. 1. 2.3.4: President 4. Vice-President 3: F.T.A. 3.4: Class Officer 2: Treasurer: Intramurals 1.2.3.4: Homecoming Queen 4: Student Council 3.4: Vice- President 4: Secretary 3: Play Cast 3: Pep Club 1: TOM HAENNI Mixed Chorus 4: F.T.A. 4: Modern Choir 4: Intra- murals 4: Track 4: Student Council Observer 4: Camera Club 4: National Honor Society 4: Boys Chorus 4: Baden. Switzerland 1.2.3. ED HELMERS Intramurals 1.2,3: Conservation Club 3.4. SHARON HELMBIS F.H.A. 1.2: G.R.A. 2: Intramurals 1.2: F.B.L.A. 3.4. DENNIS I-IELMKE Mixed Chorus 1.2.3.4: Annual Sales 4: Intramurals 3.4: Librarian 1.2.3.4: Football 1.2.3.4: Track 1.2.3: Wrestling 1.2: Boys Chorus 2.3.4: "A" Club 2.3.4. KARLA HINDERS Girls Chorus 4: Intramurals 4: F.B.L.A. 4: Fort Dodge 1, 2. 3 . BOB HOLCOMB Intramurals 1: Basketball 2.3: Manager 4: Tennis 2.3.4: Football: Manager 3. Trainer 4: Camera Club 1.2: "A" Club 2.3.4. ALAN I-IOLT Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2.3.4: Modern Choir 3: Arr Club 1.2: Class Officer: Secretary 3: Pep Band 1.2: Basketball 1.2.3.4: Football 1.2.3.4: Student Council 1: Forensics and Debate 3.4: National Honor Society 2.3.4: Boys Chorus 2.3.4: Golf 1. 2,3.4: "A" Club 2.3.4. RICHARD HUTCHINS Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4: Art Club 2: Class Officer 2: Intramurals 4: Pep Band 1.2.3.4: Basketball 1.2.3: Football 1.2.3.4: Track 1.2. 3.4: Camera Club 4: Visual Aids 1. 2,3.4: "A" Club 1. 2.3.4. DON HUTCHISON Mixed Chorus 2: Play Crew 3: Football 1.2.3: Conservation Club 4: Wrestling 1.2.3.4: Visual Aids 3.4: "A" Club 1.2.3.4. LANCE JOHNSON Art Club l,2.3.4: Officer 4: Class Officer, Secre- tary 4, Vice-President 3: Librarian 4: Football 1. 2.3.4: Track 1.2.3.4: National Honor Society 4: "A" Club 3.4. MIKE KAIN Concert Band 1.2,3.4: Marching Band l,2.3.4: Art Club 3: Sports King 4: Librarian 4: Football l,2.3.4: Play Cast 3: F.F.A. l,2.3.4: President 4, Officer 3: Wrestling 1.2.3.4. Co-captain 4: Wrestler of the Year 4: Visual Aids l,2.3.4: "A" Club 3.4. GARY KELLEY Annual staff 4: Co-editor 4: Annual Sales 4: Art Club 1,2,3,4: President 3.4. Vice-president 2: Play Crew 3: Newspaper Staff 3: Football 1. 2.3.4. Co-captain 4: Track l,2.3.4: Student Council 2: Visual Aids 3: "A" Club 3.4. LEWIS KENT Intramurals 3.4: Conservation Club 3.4: Football 2: Burt 1. CAROL KENYON Concert Band l,2.3.4: Marching Band l,2.3.4: Girls Chorus l,2.3.4: F.B. L.A. 3.4, President 4: G. R. A. 1.2. 3: F. H. A. 1. 2.3: Pep Band 1.2.3. 4: Intramurals l,2.3.4: Librarian 3. DIANE KUHLMANN Concert Band l.2.3: Marching Band l.2.3: Girls Chorus 1.2: F. I-I.A. 1.2: G.R.A. 1.2: Intramurals 3: Pep Band 1: librarian 1: F.B.L.A. 3.4. PAUL MAAHS Mixed Chorus 1: Intramurals 4: Class Officer. Presi- dent 3: Basketball l.2.3: Baseball l.2.3: Whitte- more 1.2.3. MARCELLA LOVSTAD F.H.A. 1.2: G.R.A. 1.2: Intramurals 3: F.B.L.A. 3.4. DIANNE MALUEG Mixed Chorus l,2.3.4: Girls Chorus l,2.3.4: Modern Choir 4: Annual Staff 4: F. H.A. 1,2.3.4. Officer 4: F. T. A. 3.4, Officer 3: Art Club 1. 2. 3.4. Officer 4: Class Officer 2: Newspaper Staff 3.4: Editorial Editor 4: Inuamurals 2: Play Cast 3: Pep Club 3.4. VICKI MARSHALL Concert Band l,2.3.4: Marching Band l,2.3.4: Girls Chorus l,2.3.4: F. I-I.A. 1.2: Play Crew 3: Intramurals l.3.4: Pep Band 4: Pep Club 2.3.4. DON MCBRIDE Concert Band 1.2,3,4: Marching Band l,2.3.4: Mixed Chorus l,2.3.4: Modem Choir 3.4: Pep Band 2.3.4: Conservation Club 2.3.4: Boys Chorus 2. 3.4: Instrumental Soloist 4. DANNY MCCONNELL Intramurals 3: F.B.L.A. 4: D. E.C.A. 4: Vice- president. JACKIE MEDIN Intramurals 4: Mixed Chorus 1: Girls Chorus 2: Basketball l.2.3: Play Cast 3: Class Officer 2. President: Softball 1.3: Whittemore 1.2.3. GALEN METZGER Mixed Chorus 1.2: Class Officer 3: Intramurals 4: Basketball 3: Play Cast 3: F.F.A. 4: Boys Chorus 1: Baseball 1: Whirtemore 1.2.3. LUANN MEYER Concert Band 1.2.3: Marching Band l.2.3: Mixed Chorus 1.2: Girls Chorus l.2.3: Annual Staff 3: Play Crew 3: Class Officer 3, Vice-President: Intra- murals 4: Pep Band 1, 2.3: Basketball 2.3: Play Cast 3: Cheerleader 3: Pep Club 4: Whittemore 1. 2.3. JIM PARSONS Annual Sales 4: Play Crew 3.4: Intramurals 1.2.3. 4: Basketball 1.2.3,4: Librarian 2.3: Football 1.3. 4: Football l.3.4: Play Cast 4: Conservation Club 3: Visual Aids l,2.3.4: Golf 1.2.3. BOB PATTON Play Cast 3: F. F. A. 1,2.3.4. Officer 4: Wrestling l.2.3.4. Co-captain 4. State Champ 3: Wrestler of the Year 3: Visual Aids l,2.3.4: "A" Club 1, 2.3.4. LINDA PERCIVAL Concert Band l,2.3.4: Marching Band l,2.3.4: Mixed Chorus l,2.3.4: Girls Chorus 1.2,3.4: Modern Choir 3.4: Symphonettes 3.4: Annual Staff 4: F.l-I.A. 1,2.3.4, President 3: State Vice-presi- dent 4: G.R.A. 1.2.3.4. Officer 3.4: F.T.A. 3. 4: Officer 4: Class Officer 1: Intramurals l.2.3.4: Homecoming Candidate 4: Sports Queen 4: Play Cast 3: Cheerleader 1.2.3.4. Co-captain 3.4: National Honor Society 2.3.4, Officer 4: Pep Club 1.2.3.4. JOHN PHILLIPS Honorary Band Member 4: Mixed Chorus l,2.3.4: Modem Choir 2.3.4: Vocal Soloist 3.4: Annual Staff 3.4. Photographer: Annual Sales 4: Honorary Cadette 4: Art Club l.2.4: Play Crew 4: Newspaper Staff 4: Editor: All State Chorus 2: Tennis 2.3.4: Forensics and Debate 3.4: Play Cast 3.4: Camera Club 2.3.4: President 4. Vice-President 3: National Honor Society 3.4. President 4: Boys Chorus 2. 3.4: Visual Aids l,2.3.4: "A" Club 4: Boys State 3. BOB PRATT Mixed Chorus 3.4: Vocal Soloist 4: Annual Staff 4: F.T.A. 4: Art Club 2.3.4: Play Crew 2.4: Class Officer 3.4: President: Newspaper Staff 3: Intra- murals 3: Football 2.3.4: Track 2: Student Council 3.4. President 4. District President 3: Play Cast 3.4: Conservation Club 3: Boys Chorus 3.4: Visual Aids 2.3.4: "A" Club 4. Forensics and Debate 3.4: Baseball 2: Clear Lake 1. DICK PRATT Sports King Candidate 4: Basketball 1.2.3.4. Co- captain 4: Tennis 3: Football l,2.3.4: Track 1.2: Golf 4: "A" Club 3.4: Baseball 1.4. DAVE REID Concert Band l,2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3.4-: Mixed Chorus l,2.3.4: Modern Choir l,2.3.4: Vocal Soloist 2.3.4: Annual Sales 4: Newspaper Staff 4: Sports Blitor: Intramurals 4: All State Chorus l,2.3.4: Pep Band l,2.3.4: Basketball 1: Tennis 2.4: Football 1: Forensics and Debate 3: Play Cast 3: Boys Chorus 1. 2.3.4: "A" Club 4: Instrumental Soloist 4. GEORGIA RICH F. B. L. A. 4. IANICE RINGSDORF Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4:F.H.A. l,2.3.4: G.R. A. 1. 2.3.4: Intramurals 1. 2.3: F.B.L. A. Queen Candi- date 4: F. B. L. A. 3.4: Officer 4: Pep Club 1,2.3.4. CRAIG SCHMELING Concert Band 1.2: Marching Band 1.2: Annual Sales 4: Class Officer 1: Treasurer: Intramurals 4: Basket- ball 1,2.3: Student Council 3: Baseball l.2.3: Whittemore 1.2.3. MIKE SCHMIDT Concert Band 1: Marching Band 1: Annual staff 4: Art Club l,2.3.4: Play Crew 2: Newspaper Staff 3: Intramurals l,2.3.4: Football 1.2: Manager 3: Track l.2.3: Play Cast 3: Camera Club 2.3.4: Officer 4: Visual Aids 4: Golf 1.4: "A" Club 1.2. 3.4: Baseball 3. JOHN SCUFFHAM Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band l,2.3.4: F.F. A. l,2.3.4: Vice-President 4. MARILYN SKOW Concert Band 1.2.3.4: Marching Band l,2.3.4: Mixed Chorus l,2.3.4: Girls Chorus l,2.3.4: Annual Sales 4: F.l-I.A. 1.2.3.4:G.R.A. 1.' F.T.A. 3.4: Art Club l,2.3.4: Play Crew 3: Intramurals 2.3.4: Pep Band 2.3.4: Forensics Debate 3: Play Cast 3.4. MAYNARD SHACKELFORD Mixed Chorus 4: F. T. A. 4: Play Crew 3: Spo King Candidate 4: Basketball l,2.3.4: Footb 2.3.4: Track 1. 2.3.4: Conservation Club 3. Boys Chorus 4: Visual Aids 2: "A" Club 3.4. DAVE SKOGSTROM Football 3.4: Wrestling l.2.3: "A" Club 4: Ir murals 4. MIKE SLEVIN Intramurals 1.2: Librarian l.2.3: Conservatio Club 3: Wrestling Manager 3: "A" Club 4. SHARON SMITH Mixed Chorus 2.3.4: Girls Chorus l,2.3.4: A Staff 4. Co-editor: Annual Sales 4: F.H.A. 1 3.4: G.R.A. 1.2.3.-4: F.T.A. 3.4. Officer J Intramurals l,2.3.4: Sports Queen Candidate Forensics and Debate 3.4: Play Cast 3: Cheerl l.2.3.4. Co-captain 3.4: Pep Club l,2.3.4. BILL SPECHT Librarian 3: Football l,2.3.4: Track 2.3: F. l,2.3.4: Wrestling l.3.4: "A" Club 3.4: Vis Aids 2. 3. 4. MARY STEINI-IORST Mixed Chorus 4: Girls Chorus 3.4: Play Crew Intramurals 2.3.4: F.B.L.A. 3.4. State Pres' Local Vlce-President 4: Play Cast 3: Pep Club Humboldt 1. LARRY STRATTON Football l,2.3.4: Track 1: F.F.A. l.2.3: D. A. 4: Wrestling l,2.3.4: "A" Club 4. TOM WALLER Mixed Chorus 4: Class Officer 3.4. Treasurer paper Staff 4: Basketball l,2.3.4: Football 1 First All-State Team. Co-captain 4: Track 1 Student Council 2: Boys Chorus 4: Visual Aid! "A" Club l,2.3.4: Baseball l.2.3: Boys Stat JOAN WARD Concert Band l,2.3.4: Marching Band 1.2.3, Girls Chorus 1.2. 3: Cadcttes 2.3.4: F. H.A. G.R.A. 1.2: F.B.L.A. 3.4. BILL WETZEL Art Club 2: Play Crew 3: Sports King Candid Basketball 1.2,3.4. Co-captain 4: Football 3.4: Track l,2.3.4: Conservation Club 3: V' Aids 3.4: "A" Club l,2.3.4: Baseball l.2.3: Athlete of the Year 4. JACK WILLIAMS Annual Staff4: Play Crew 3: Basketball 1.2. Football l.2.3,4. Third Team All State: Tr 3.4: Visual Aids l,2.3.4: Golf 1.2: "A" Clu 3.4: Baseball 1.2.3. JUDI WILLRETT Mixed Chorus l,2.3.4: Girls Chorus 1.2.3.4 Annual Staff 4: Cadettes 3.4: F. H. A. 1: Plai Crew 3: Intramurals l.3.4: Librarian 1.2.3. Forensics and Debate 3: Play Cast 3: Pep Clu Co-ed Magazine Correspondent 4. 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