Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1936

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(Che ЕТСЕ ој AMES HIGH SCHOOL 1 6 | VOLUME TWENTY | NUMBER ONE PIRIT of Ames High, may you go forth into the years, reminding us always of the happiest days of our lives. CON TENT аю or | | DIRECTORS x CLOSEUPS | SUPPORTING CAST SELECTED SUBJECTS | STARS COMEDY AM. Gy) SSOCIATIONS with our teachers, fellow-students and friends give us the only reason we have for publishing this SPIRIT. We therefore dedicate this book to those cherished friendships. Le 4 ¿ | | | f Ж DIRECEORS - — ) " P . Davis, Superintendent VERNE M. Youna, Principal Board of Education Mn. W. H. Roor, President MR. DAVID EDWARDS Mr. W. H. MEEKER Mr. R. D. FELDMAN Ме. В. М. VIFQUAIN F. B. HowELL, Secretary HIRAM MUNN, Treasurer Seven Mns. FERN GAUNT ہا‎ Мк. LAWRENCE Loy 4 Mıss LELAH SPATZ Miss Enna Bower — Miss HENRIETTA GRONLID , Miss Avira Lunsrorp (A Mr. BERNARD SWEDELL 4) j 2 2 Miss MADALENE CANVIN Рао hing ey, Miss HELEN HaApIsH Miss HazeL McKIBBEN Mr. KENNETH WELLS g і — Miss GRACE Curtis KO —— MR. 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Rah! Rah! | I ۱ | ; ! I Comrades in work and play, | Loyal and true are we, іі Doing our best for our high school. Ames High aims high! | | ۱ ; н | | | — = | I 1 TORIO БЕЛД ЕЦ a Senior Class History IGHTS! Camera! Sound! Thus the ‘Production of '36” began. As Sopho- mores, we played only the minor roles in high school life, but near the end of that year many showed signs of becoming featured stars. Most everyone found some activity in which he was interested and soon beeame very busy. While the camera clicked on; the plot thickened as we advaneed to the role of Juniors. The main characters were portrayed by Frank Snyder as President; Willard Madden as Vice President; Bob Schreiber as Secretary; and Maurine Park as Treasurer under the direction of Miss Eva White and Miss Madaline Canvin. A successful performance of Lucky Break enabled the class to entertain its upper classmen with the annual Junior-Senior Frolic which was held at the Memorial Union on the night of May 29, 1935. The climax of the play began as the spotlight fell on us, the class of '26. The entire cast was made up of ambitious actors and actresses who sought a successful graduation. Leading roles were played by Jack Smith, Rex Gil- christ, Wanda Mecaskey, and Mary Bush, with Miss Ada Wood and Miss Ferne Hartsook as directors. During the three years of high school life our class has taken an active part in all activities, but 1t is an average one with an “Ames High aims high” spirit that will never be forgotten by any of its members. CLASS COLORS . : А : . Blue and Silver CLASS FLOWER Е н ( Gardenia Twenty Two SUPPORTING CAST ANNES MIG HEH SCHOOL Junior Class d у = | x ах Back Row—H. YovNc, WAKELY, WEST, VAN VLACK, R. YOUNG, WATSON. Second Row—R. THoMPSON, YEOMAN, RILEY, WEEKS, WALL, WILSON, SHUGART, WARREN. Front Row—W ARREN, VAN VLACK, WILDMAN, SCHUBERT, SWANSON, STOLL. Back Row—VANDER LinDEN, WENTZ, SAYRE, RIEDESEL, ROEMER, NELSON. Second Row—B. THOMPSON, J. Таке, І ні,, D. SIBERELL, WEIRICH, ROOT, WHITFIELD Front Row—M. TAYLOR, B. SMITH, SIMPSON, SWARTZ, WELLIVER, M. WHEELER. Twenty Five : - a T PIE SEA eal a — —ssrá FF тай, ра Junior Class | I i | Я І I ) 4 | 1 у اھ‎ E] l Ў | ۲ ا‎ 3 M — vo; Е “д АА, . A ۲ ۹ Е 1 ч I PI ў па q. ) 1 : ) + 1 ) پس ہم — k‏ ت Back Rou—HICKOK, ELDING, GRAVES, FRITSCH, [LLEMAN, C. JONES. Second Row—InGuis, Koontz, DurrcH, FELDMAN, KELLEHER. ' Front Row—B. FLocsTaD, M. HeLmMICk, D. FRAZIER, HUGHES, GREEN. — ا Dar‏ Back Row—A. JEFFREY, J. FRAZIER, FARBER, Houmes, F, FISCHER. н Second Row—G. JONES, DELAMORE, DEFORE, DEVRIES, H. Dopps. А Front Row—FENLON, HALL, B. JoxEs, HOLMGREN, GUNDER, N ) 4 na ць р eda x dom жый Twenty Six T I | і | AMES HICH SCHOOL = — й Junior Class mm‏ دہج ہے ہے . = — saa ж a r = a ta | N ' ' F | | Р | I اس‎ n 1 š | k | i 5. | Р ш 5 f Í 5 EN | 5 " d - i Н : 1 1 ў at I г: 4 | y) | ۲ j L ү À | , і ig 1 d 4 { | | 7 | Ë ! ў t | Е ! ; m . .м- T - 476 1 Back Row—C. O'Nrzir, R. NowriN, LELAND, D. Mas8oN, MEaniILL, L. MINERT. PR f Second Row—QUAIFE, MANNING, POWERS, OLIVE, PHARES, LEFFLER. . ў ў Front Row—Loyp, J. MILLER, B. Монвін, M. Morris, Moorman. Шан Қыз ка | Al ў Back Row—Moore, LAYMAN, PEET, NICHOLS, PILGRIM, NEFF. e Ç (0%) ; z ms 5% Second Row—SıLL8, MARTIN, MEYERS, LONG, MACRAE, KRUMHOLZ. [ ў ۴ Front Row—McGuvirE, PETERSON, A. PANTENBURG, M. NORLIN, М. MILLER, LOUNSBERRY. і : ! 3 : E Twenty Seven ۱ Mad Y 2 | y iL I р, М | qe +. К К | eee eee Twenty Eight TRE, SETRIT Junior Class Back Row—BENEDICT, M. COOVER, CRAIG, BROWN. Third Row—BALLARD, ALCOTT, ADAMS, ATCHLEY, CANNON, BURROUGHS. Second Rotw—CRUMP, CLAPP, O. BALLARD, COUNTRYMAN, ANDERSON, BURNETT. Front Row—B. BERESFORD, BENBROOK, J. BAKER, CAINE, BENNETT. Back Row—BERRY, CROCKER, H. ALLEN, CLARK, N. COOVER, BAILIE. Second Row—P. ANDERSON, BLAIR, BEHNKE, Coats, ALBAUGH. Front Row—HARTMAN, FLAHIVE, CLASSON, FosTER, HoLm. w л A Z= + s‏ سے — xaaaRtÑiVaii=ea——arr r€ ылеШ ANPES IRE SCHOOL T Junior Class History HE picture, “The History of the Class of " 37 " is on! Roger Fritsch, June Hughes, Dean Berry, and David Sayre play the leading roles. During the film they decide such problems as the selection of the class ring and the plan- ning of the Junior-Senior Frolic. An athletic feature has just flashed across the screen! Several members of the class are taking part in football and basketball. The next picture is one of the dramatic field. We see a number of Juniors being taken into Dramaties. Later on, several of these make good in the fall play, Growing Pains, the Junior Class Play, Big Hearted Herbert, and the spring play, The Copperhead. In the next scene we find that music has a very popular place in the pic- ture. Mixed Chorus, the Glee Clubs, Orchestra, and Band are all there, and many of the class of '37 are featured artists. Home Room and Student Council activities now claim the stage. We recognize those who are taking an active part in solving and reducing the prob- lems of the whole school. The last reel takes up the activities of Girl Reserve and Hi-Y in which the entire Junior class joins, profiting greatly. As the movie comes to an end, we see that the class of '37 has had a very pleasant year and wishes to extend its appreciation to its officers and sponsors for their valuable leadership and cooperation. Twenty Nine as ] ыг ات‎ K | L. | | | | == wW A | | | | I سے‎ Í + 1 | | = | = | | | | | ы " ( xd $ ` e y › Ф | ЕУІ I Thirty TRAE 7٦ Sophomore Class Back Row—ALLEN, COUGHENNOWER, AsH, R. CLark, Emerson, C. CHRISTENSEN. Third Row—CoortEn, BrLAcKsTON, CARTER, AvLD, B. Davis, O. CLARK. Second Row—ANDERSON, CUNNINGHAM, BATES, BOWMAN, DUDGEON, Cox. Front Row—BATEMAN, ENKE, M. CHRISTENSEN, BARKER, V. DAVIS, ARRASMITH Back Row—Best, DEmING, DunkiN, Buck, CLYDE, CHILDS. Third Row—EGEMO, AHRENS, BECHTEL, M. CRAIG, DUNNING, BURRELL. Second Row—BARNES, BYRNES, Burner, Davis, Cox, DAHL. Front Row—BURKHART, BENTLEY, Cox, CuUE, DEVORE, ERICKSON. A as. Б ¿a m ELE SEIR UT Sophomore Class ñ g " ` “ ` ” 1 Back Row—LIGHT, GILCHRIST, GREEN, GALLOWAY, Hua, KING. 5 Third Row—KwvrHs, FALL, KrnkPATRICE, B. FRAZIER, KERN, GILMAN. 5 Second Row—JOHNSON, GERDEMAN, FARNI, LINDQUIST, GURDES, LEITH. й Front Row—C. FrAnGos, FRENCH, GERNES, HEDRICK, FULMER, Horn. " 1 M 1 Back Row—A. Franaos, FRASCHE, HUMMEL, KErGH, HAMILTON, LINDQUIST. | ў Third Row—Kr1Na, HiLLmMER, Haynes, 8. FRANGOS, JONES. L | Second Row—HARVEY, FRIEDRICH, GHRIST, LOOMIS, GILCHRIST, LANNING. ۱ т Front Row—LASEvR, GiBB, GEIGER, FRIEST, GRINSTEAD. ed ` Ж.) à ! i d ў 11 Thirty One او‎ اخ‎ اھ‎ М we. T % EE e E THE SE UR LT Eh: 1 Sophomore Class x | | i | Back Row—MYers, Orr, REYNOLDS, MITCHELL, RAY. Second Row—McDoWELL, MCLAUGHLIN, MCILRATH, M. NELSON, OLSSON, REDDY, MORGAN. Third Row—A. RICHARDSON, PLAGGE, M. MORRIS, PENNY, RIEDESEL, PETERSON. Front Row—MCcDONALD, MADISON, MORGAN, D. MINERT, MITCHELL, OVERGARD. Back Row—E. Mutter, Morrissey, NICHOL, OLSON, MENTEN, MORRISON. Second Row—NICHOLSON, C. NELSON, McHoOoONE, MINOTT, RHEA, MOORE. VE Ў Third Row—G. RICHARDSON, M. NELSON, PnurTT, NaGLE, NErCOTT, REED. Y Front Row—D. OLSON, K. OLSON, ROTHAKER, J. O'NEIL, RUGGLES, PETERSON. Thirty Two AMES HIGH SG FH OL a — - —ft Sophomore Class Тал с га аа аа Back Row—3iLL8, WiLcox, THOMPSON, SCHEUERMAN, SCHAFER. Second Row—K. TAvLoR, WiLSON, WELLHOUSE, WHITESIDE, WARREN. Third Row—StTance, WRENN, T. SHIPP, WALDEE, C. SMITH, SCHWEIGER. Front Row—Wesr, J. TAYLOR, ZIMMERMAN, UNDERWOOD, SMITH. Back Row—Ross, TEETER, WINKLEPLECK, MASON, TROW. Second Row—WALLER, SHOEN, SWENDSEN, VANScoY, YOUNG, WRIGHT. Third Row—SEVERSON, STEPHENSON, TAYLOR, SWEENEY, SPRATT, WILLIAMS. Front Row—Jay, Tice, SHOCKLEY, SHEARER, RICE, Thirty Three AMES HIGH SCHOOL Sophomore History S the “Production of '36” began, the “Class of 738” was Just beginning their careers in the studio of high school life. Not having had much experience in this profession, they started out cautiously but gradually found the roles suited to them in the high school activities. Some found their interests directed to Hi-Y and Girl Reserve. Although they were not given the leads, some will surely find success in the next two years. Music and Dramatics beckoned the more ambitious members, and some were given early chances to show their talents in plays and contests. Others were found to be interested in sports and a few future stars were spotted among them. Various other activities were entered into by the re- maining few. Thus we find the “Class of 38” beginning to make history for itself, while two more years lie between them and stardom. Thirty Four SELECTED SUBJECTS — سس سے‎ p... ннн s DES — —— .ہج وج ہے سی құық a TR CS mmu ۰۰۰۹۹۰۶6 ۶)) Back Row—MUINERT, CAINE, PLAGGE, J. FISCHER, FRAZIER, MILLER, HEDRICK. Second Row—STRAIN, Root, QuAIFE, MECASKEY, BURMA, Bacon, WHEELER, HILAND, J. TAFF. Front Row—M. ÍIxman, DARLINGTON, M. SmITH, DEVAUL, ARRASMITH, MANN, BURROUGHS. SPIRIT Staft Editor . : : : . JEANNE DEVAUL Assistant Editors . | MARG UERITE BuRROUGHS, WILSON NEFF Business Manager : е MAURICE SMITH Assistant Business Managers | | ۱ DOROTHY Root, Dick CAINE Advertising Manager . | : HERMON ARRASMITH Assistant Advertising Managers | | JEANNE TAFF, JERRY FRAZIER Organization Editor . . RICHARD MILLER Art Editor : ) ; i . Eula MAE HILAND Assistant Art Editor . ۱ : : | : LISLE MINERT Feature Editor . | ! | | Р | ۱ GERTRUDE MANN Senior Editor š | | . VIRGINIA DARLINGTON Junior Editor . ۱ | | | | | : . Berry QUAIFE Sophomore Editor | | ; : . VINCENT HEDRICK Snapshot Editor | | : : š HERBERT PLAGGE Girl's Sports ; : : i š . . SUE STRAIN Boy's Sports . : Р ; | | : И . JOHN FISCHER Typists . š MARGOT BACON, PAULINE WHEELER, WANDA MECASKEY Proofreaders. . š : . EDITH BURMA, MILDRED INMAN Sponsors i б : : ; | ; . Mr. Harms, Miss CANvIN Thirty Seven | | | TRE RT Back Row—WiLcox, RAY, CHILDS, FRITSCH, ALLEN, J. TAYLOR, J. O' NEIL, ASE. Second Row—VANScoY, A. ANDERSON, HALL, MCILRATH, MOORMAN, KELLEHER, JONES, CLARE. Front Row—FELDMAN, HENDRICKSON, METTLEN, MILLER, Miss Curtis, Waite, Carve, Burma, Horn. Student Council JIM WHITE President LICHARD MILLER Dick CAINE Vice President ALICE METTLEN ALICE METTLEN Secretary EDITH BURMA MARGUERITE BURROUGHS Treasurer RUTH HENDRICKSON H E Student Council, composed of the fifteen home room presidents and Miss Curtis as adviser, is the student governing body of the school. Besides the regular meetings, which are held the third period every Monday, special meetings are called when necessary. One of the accomplishments of the 1935-36 Council has been to establish a student court to deal with the serious tardy problem. The judge, vice presi- dent of the council, presides over the court, composed of a clerk and six jury- men. The clerk and three jurymen are from the student body, while the re- maining three are elected from the Council. The court has done much to re- duce tardies All awards given by the school must be approved by the Awards Commit- tee and the Council. EDITH BURMA. Thirty Eight manra -i ۵۰۰701 7:۱۱71 0ک‎ SE TOOL р o - کے‎ — | Senior Senate ENIOR SENATE is a representative group of Seniors whose duties are to work out Senior commencement problems. Each Senior home room has two representatives on the Senate, one being the president of that home room, and the other elected. Officers of the Senior class are also members of the Senate. The president of the Senior class presides over all meetings. Senior Senate chose the gardenia as the class flower for this year, and blue and silver as the class colors. The members decided that a motto was not necessary as the high school motto is “Ames High aims high.” JEANNE DEVAUL. Back Row—PArk, HENDRICK8ON, MILLER, CLIFF, METTLEN. Second Row— WHEELER, BLUMENSCHEIN, BURMA, WHITE, DEVAUL. Front Row—GiILcHRrist, J. SmitH, Miss Woop, Miss Hanr800K, BUSH, МЕСАЗКЕҮ, Thirty Nine а қ ж { v ? | v - W % POE ہے‎ 4 E t 1 7€ کک کم پد Ed 55 yy » POE E f 7:0 80ھ‎ " fo — — — — м - — — - — Back Row—McNuTT, HUGHES, RUTH, BURMA, DEVAUL, Roor. Third Row—J. SHIPP, J. TAFF, CANNON, COUNTRYMAN, B. L. JONES, FABER, M. MORRIS, METTLEN Second Row—MAcRAE, HOSTETTER, DARLINGTON, ATCHLEY, MECASKEY, HILAND, BRYAN, BURROUGHS Front Row—McCLvnE, FRITSCH, DoDps, Mıss WHITE, Miss CURTIS, CLIFF, PARK, M. INMAN. Girl Reserve KATHERINE Ооррв President MARY LOUISE CLIFF MARY LOUISE CLIFF Vice President KATHERINE Dopps MAURINE PARK Secretary MAURINE PARK BARBARA FRITSCH Treasurer BARBARA FRITSCH (5° start the new administration right, both semester cabinets held a joint meeting in September at Camp Canivita, the local Camp Fire Girls’ cabin north of town. Plans for the year were made at this supper-fireside. Because of the unusually hot weather, the frost-bite sales were good dur- ing the football season. Black and orange pencils were also sold as well as football badges. Dispensing with the usual Christmas party for poor children, the Girl Reserves and Hi-Y decorated Christmas trees and gave them to poor families. A box social with the Hi-Y raised part of the money for Friendship Week. The speaker for this year was Dr. Harold Lancaster o f Ottumwa, and under his leadership this year’s conference proved to be one of the best ever held in Ames High. KATHERINE DODDS. Forty pine AEREA AE Hi-Y A. e UNE as WiLLIAM Briss President Dick CAINE Dick CAINE Vice President MILTON WILCOX BOB SCHREIBER Secretary RAY CLARK MAURICE SMITH Treasurer Dick HuMMEL I-Y represents the Y. M. C. A. of the school and as such is one of the most active clubs of Ames High. It is known throughout the state that Ames has the largest group in Iowa. The club has continued its past program this year by having firesides for the boys with the best speakers available, and by continuing the hobby groups. Throughout the year, the theme of “Personality” has been carried out. The Hi-Y cabinet has added new features to the old. It has been active in startine a new club in the Central Junior High. Also among its old activi- ties are the Friendship Conference, basketball tournaments, a father-son ban- quet, and the sale of candy at athletic events. HERBERT PLAGGE. Ration y » 26 емі Back Row—WiLCox, ARMSTRONG, PLAGGE, HUMMEL, ALLEN, CUNNINGHAM, M. SMITH Second Row—BAILIE, CLARK, WHITE, Buiss, ASH, G. HARRISON, MILLER. Front Row—GILCHRIST, OWENS, STEPHENSON, DONELS, WELLS, SCHREIBER, CAINE. ) —£ = Forty One n, aw 20-7 ۸ М А Р £ t Back Row—MANN, Crirr, DEVAUL, METTLEN. Second Row—AMES, SCHREIBER, PLAGGE, BLUMENSCHEIN, BERESFORD, WHEELER. Front Row—HENDRICKSON, Dopps, Miss Spatz, Buiss, Miss Macxry, Pare National Honor Society President . ۱ à WILLIAM BLISS Vice President . KATHERINE оррѕ Secretary . MARY LOU CLIFF Treasurer. : : MAURINE PARK UT of every class that enters Ames High, fifteen percent is allowed mem- bership in National Honor Society. In addition to being in the upper one-fourth of his class scholastically, one must be outstanding in character, leadership, and service. The method of selecting members was slightly altered this year. Five percent were initiated at the end of the last school year and five percent were announced in the early part of the first semester this fall. In March the last five percent were initiated. One of the purposes of this organization is to promote better school spirit and cooperation. The National Honor Society members every year select certain projects to help carry out this purpose. This year the society took charge of the American Red Cross campaign conducted in Ames High. It also helped raise money for the Will Rogers Memorial Fund. RUTH HENDRICKSON. Forty Two —— — a TER AN EnS کا لئ‎ RH SC HAH OOQ L Quill and Scroll President . BOB MENZE Vice President . : : . Don BERESFORD Secretary . | ! қ . Mary Lots ARNOLD UILL AND SCROLL is an international honor society for the purpose of O rewarding high school journalists who have been outstanding in some field of journalistic achievement. To become a member of Quill and Scroll one must be of Junior or Senior standard or a post-graduate; be in the upper one-third of his class scholastically ; have done outstanding work in some phase of journalism; be approved by those governing publications; have samples of his work approved by the international executive secretary. Due to the fact that journalism is now a part of the curriculum, the mem- bership of Quill and Scroll is much larger than when first started. This year there were fifteen active members the first semester with more being initiated at the end of the second semester. Meetings were held bi-monthly, business meetings alternating with social. Mary Lots ARNOLD. Back Row— MILLER, Buiss, Busa, PLAGGE, M. SMITH, Second Row—MErTTLEN, Roor, BURROUGHS, BRYAN, PARK. Front Row—ARNOLD, BERESFORD, Miss Canvin, Miss WiLcox, MENZE, DEVAUL. Forty Three چ or ad ee | OK y y У A Dre | Back Rouw—MERRILL, BUSH, MRS. GAuNT, BygNEs, HoLx. Front Row—Sayre, Owens, MANN, BURNETT, CHAMPLIN, ARMSTRON( National Forensic League President . . GERTRUDE MANN Vice President . LAWRENCE OWENS Secretary-Treasurer — . EUGENE ARMSTRONG В membership in the National Forensic League a student must do some x outstanding work in declamatory, debate, or extemporaneous speech. There are four merits which may be awarded; for ten points, the Degree of Merit; for thirty points, the Degree of Honor; for sixty points, the Degree of Excellence; and for one hundred points, the Degree of Distinetion is awarded. The honorary pin for the club is the key. LAURENCE OWENS. Forty Four ps IO A تا‎ ED a раваў RA UGH SEE OST k — بے — = — — —- س — ت‎ National Thespian Society. President . | E ۱ і BETTY AMES Secretary : і : š DOROTHY ROOT Treasurer . . DOROTHY SIBERELL (7 O become a member of the National Thespians is to obtain the highest à honor in dramatic work awarded in the high school. This is a non-secret and a non-social organization. Points are given to members 1n Dramatie Club for special acting and working on production staffs. The persons with the highest number of points are selected to become members of this society. Each Thespian receives a subseription to the magazine The High School Thespian. The main project of the Thespians this year is broadcasting. For one broadeast a P.T.A. play was presented. Another time each Thespian pre- pared and read a paper on some phase of dramatic work. A series of one-act plays also were presented weekly. The Thespians sponsored the Mothers’ Day program which has become an annual event in the activities of the Drama- tie Club. The climax of their work was the Easter play produced by both active and alumni Thespians. The purpose of the National Thespians is to serve as an incentive for better work in dramatics in the high school. BETTY AMES. Back Row—W ENTZ, J. FISCHER, FRITSCH, ARMSTRONG. Second Row—GERNE8, HOSTETTER, SIMPSON, CANNON, MILLER, Front Row—RooT, CLARK, AMES, SIBERELL, MANN, = Forty Five he «d MOL ٦ Раб — d ОА БУ ӘЛЕ ДОЛУ Back Row—M., DUNNING, FRIEDRICH, FARNI, SCHUBERT Second Row—HARVEY, MOORMAN, SEVERSON, WILTON MADDEN, WILLARD MADDEN, RUTH, THOMPSON. Front Row—Youna, McGuire, Miss Woo, MEYERS, M. TAYLOR, M. ANDERSON. Library Club Mary J. MEYERS President LEAH RUTH Inez MCGUIRE Secretary WANDA MOORMAN MABEL TAYLOR Program І MILLON MADDEN : (WILLARD MADDEN IBRARY CLUB, organized by Miss Ada Wood last year, has been very active this year. The members serve in the library two hours a week dur- ing their study halls and one week a semester after school. The officers are elected every semester. The club meets every six weeks for a pot luck supper and discusses library problems. Among the interesting meetings held this year was the one on Jan- uary 9, 1936, at the City Library at which time Miss Davidson reviewed some of the new books. INEZ MCGUIRE. Forty Siz —— ë = Ja | DA ёв ACM ES El КЫ 0)2 q co Art Club President . | | NORMAN PEDERSON Vice President. š ELIZABETH SWEENEY Secretary . : š ! . PoLLY JANE REDDY Treasurer. | | : RUSSELL BENEDICT (f HE Art Club was organized when Mr. Lorenz came to Ames to take charge Gu the art work for Ames High and Central. Under his capable manage- ment several splendid courses have developed. These courses are taught in a most attractive art room which displays students' work, and furnishes a place to work out interior decoration problems. Those who availed themselves of the opportunities of the Art Club have gained an appreciation of the artistic in life and many who have unusual ability have developed their talents along the lines of their own special interests. Mary Autce HELMICK. Back Row—LANNING, HUMMEL, GRAVES, DAVIS. Second Row—MILLER, MCLAUGHLIN, WILLIAMS, RILEY, BRYAN, PETERSON. Front Row—Buatrz, MCILRATH, STOLL, C. SMITH, RUTH, Солтв. Back Row—WHITESıDE, MCLAUGHLIN, L. MINERT, TEETER, ERICKSON, HEDRICK, FENLON. Second Row—Mınort, M. DUNNING, CARTER, A. KIRKPATRICK, M. BATES, HELMICK, STANGE, B. TAYLOR. Front Row—UHL, GUNDER, SWEENEY, BENEDICT, LORENZ, PETERSON, REDDY, NETCOTT, M ECASKEY. Forty Seven у De рад ы“ ME o NE FTER numerous debates, Debate Club chose a first team consisting of Eugene Armstrong, Mary Bush, Irving Merrill, and David Sayre. year Ames debaters for the first time made a tour that included Council Bluffs, Back Row—HoLM, ARMSTRONG, SAYRE, CHAMPLIN. Front Row—SEVERSON, SPRATT, MRS. GAUNT, BURNETT, PRUITT. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Omaha, and Sioux City. record by one decision. At the Drake MeCahill Tournament the squad went through six rounds to the qualifying round for the semi-finals, were defeated by Oskaloosa, and Debate Club DAVID SAYRE Lovis CHAMPLIN BARBARA BURNETT EUGENE ARMSTRONG Although Ames has held the championship of the Northeast District for several years, the teams fell short of continuing this tied Ft. Dodge for fourth place. Forty Eight ARES dol Goats asc y O AO E E : Big Hearted Herbert T HAS long been an open question as to whether mother or father knows best how to bring up the children. In the Junior class play this year father thought he knew. Although Herbert may have been a great man in his factory, at home he seemed to be unable to adjust his viewpoints toward the rising generation. He thought what was good enough for him in his day was good enough for his children. He storms, fumes, threatens, and humiliates his family before guests. The situation is changed at a dinner for his best customer when his wife and children put into effect the practices that he preached. Thus harmony is restored by each getting what he desired. Berry P. JONES. Back Row— VANDER LINDEN, JONES, CUNNINGHAM, MCGUIRE, HICKOK, BURNETT. Front Row—DvvurrcH, QUAIFE, ATCHLEY, MERRILL, M. Monnis, FELDMAN. Forty Nine » » mM CI A «rt ۱ +۳ Back Row—THoMAS, FULLER, CLOBRIDGE, KILLIUS, KNAPP, J. FISCHER, FRITSCH, SAYRE, HORN. Second Row—GERNES, NEFF, MORRISON, MOORMAN, SWENDSON, Davis, CLARK, A. RICHARDSON, HICKOK. Front Row—NETCOTT, GILCHRIST, J. SHIPP, Copuin, A. Tarr, Hatt, LANNING, MCGUIRE, DUDGEON. Back Row—M. VAN VLACK, RUGGLES, WEIRICH, SIBERELL, ATCHLEY, FRENCH, KERN, CUNNINGHAM, W. Maptson, Ray, QUAIFE. Second Row—J. Tarr, ARMSTRONG, WHITE, R. MitLeR, WENTZ, ARRASMITH, MANN, Root, CANNON. Front Row—M. Morais, B. Morris, Stupson, MacRat, Mrs. Gaunt, Hosterrer, Curr, AMES. Dramatic Club President . Fe JOHN WENTZ Property Manager EUGENE ARMSTRONG Vice President . BARBARA HOSTETTER Costume Mistress . Mary Lou CLIFF Secretary өз Hr ur ¡BETTY AMES Make-up Manager . GERTRUDE MANN Treasurer . . . . JEANNE TAFF Publicity . . . BARBARA BURNETT Stage Manager . GLEN CUNNINGHAM Art . PHYLLIS SIMPSON, Jo MacRa4E Electricians JOHN FULLER, JORL ZANDER Business Manager . DOROTHY ROOT librarian i Sper MILLIE MORRIS HE Ames High Dramatic Club, under the direction of Mrs. Ferne Gaunt, has just completed another successful year. The club has presented two three-act plays this year. The first was Growing Pains, a comedy of adolescence. The leads in this play were taken by Richard Miller and Dorothy Root. In the spring of the year the club presented a Civil War drama, The Copperhead, with John Wentz, Ora Clark and Jo MacRae sharing the honors. The club’s entry in the Drake play tournament, Chrysanthemum, was awarded second place. Some unusual work on costumes, lighting, and stage settings was done for this one-act Chinese play. GERTRUDE MANN. Fifty o ا‎ — r OF ce v BONES یھ تی سا‎ SE OO E Mixed Chorus President . : . THEODORE MARSH Vice President. FRANCES MCCLURE Secretary-Treasurer . CAROLYN COUNTRYMAN Librarian š : ۱ ALICE ATCHLEY IXED CHORUS started out the year with new hopes and vows for a better year than ever before. Many new members came in, but under the capable direction of Miss Edna Bower, this new group very quickly adapted themselves to the regular chorus routine. During the first semester, most of the time was spent in individual training. In December, Mixed Chorus took part in the annual Christmas pageant given by all the music organizations. Soon after, members began work on numbers for contest, which was held in April at Mason City. Several church programs were given in the spring, and at the end of the year Mixed Chorus felt that it had been a very satisfactory year. JEANNE DEVAUL. Back Row—M. ARRASMITH, MARSH, SAYRE, PILGRIM, ALLEN, FRITSCH, H. YOUNG, F. FISCHER, WATSON, Fourth Row—CAINE, M. COOVER, D. YOUNG, D. BERESFORD, BLUMENSCHEIN, WENTZ, WEISER, VANDER LINDEN. Third Row—DUDGEON, CLARK, SWEARINGEN, POSEGATE, HALL, DEVAUL, HENDRICKSON, LOUNSBERRY. Second Row—CounTRYMAN, Davis, PLAGGE, ATCHLEY, Miss Bowens, В. L. Jones, Dopps, KERN, CUNNINGHAM. Front Row—Burroveus, B. Jones, BELL, Ditton, CANNON, KINGKADE, DEVrRIES, MCCLURE, Fifty One —. — 2 ] aÇ 1 E y» y B ] — PR mew € Back Row—FniEsT, BENBROOK, ZiMMERMAN, B. BERESrFORD, C. O'NEiL, Манан, УҮківез, C. CHRISTENSEN. Third Row—HORN, JENSEN, WEST, FRENCH, WAKELY, NIcHoL, ©. Cox. Second Row—SAYRE, YOUNG, PARKER, BLUMENSCHEIN, PILGRIM, ALLEN, KNUDSON. Front Row—M. ARRASMITH, VANDER LINDEN, M. Coover, Miss Bower, D. Beresrorp, Carne, J. BAKER. Boys’ Glee Club President . И : Dow BEREsFORD Vice President . LOUIS VANDER LINDEN Secretary . : ; : | MERVIN COOVER Librarian ; ; : ۱ ; : . Dick CAINE NDER the direction of Miss Edna Bower, twenty-eight members of Boys' Glee Club participated in an organization whose purpose is to furnish a place where boys can sing the songs they enjoy and to teach them how to sing these songs well. Working hard, and cooperating with the other vocal groups of the school, the Boys' Glee Club helped in putting on a fine Christmas program. Several members helped themselves in a voice training class held after school and thus aided the whole club in its qualities. To start the week out with a song in the regular Monday first period meet- ing helped many a boy to continue cheerfully on his way. It is known that Boys’ Glee Club has served as an aid in the past; may it continue to brighten the world in the future. Don BERESFORD. Fifty Two i eee شش‎ RN سیت € ү - ПОСЛОВЕ BUG EL SE HO OE Girls’ Glee Club (7 HE Girls’ Glee Club promotes in all possible ways the improvement of the C individual voice and the appreciation of good vocal music. Due to an increased interest in glee club work, it was necessary to divide the girls into two separate organizations the second semester. The group meeting on Mon- day and Wednesday afternoons served as a training class for glee club members. Officers of this group were: Josephine Rhea, president, Barbara Penny, secre- tary, and Norvella Menten, treasurer. The group meeting on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, being made up of the older, more experienced girls, spent the majority of their time in prepara- tion for the music contest. Officers were: Margot Bacon, president, Jeanne Miller, vice president, Laura Bell, secretary, and Mildred Inman, librarian. RUTH HENDRICKSON. Back Row—RHEA, ADAMS, VANSCOY, A. ANDERSON, BECHTEL, CLASSON, E. MILLER, M. DUNNING. Second Row—REED, McDowELL, Swenson, DEAL, MENTEN, ARNOLD, FRIEDRICH, LINDQUIST. Front Row—GERDES, PENNY, NELSON, Miss BOWER, RIEDESEL, BOWMAN, THOMPSON. Back Row—J, MiLLER, C. MILLER, HENDRICKSON, ËB, L. JONES, BACON, CUNNINGHAM, RICHARDSON, Third Row—G. KIRKPATRICK, MARTIN, WHITFIELD, COUNTRYMAN, GILMAN, POSEGATE, T. Suipp, M. INMAN. Second Row—WALLER, H. ANDERSON, M. TAYLOR, Simpson, FRITSCH, DILLON, NICHOLSON, J. SHIPFP, M. J. MORRIS. Front Row—Lounsperry, HucHes, Boccess, McCLvRE, Miss Bower, M. ANDERSON, KINGKADE, BELL. Fifty Three „= 7 5 POE ae € ج چ جر | ww 17 t we ——— - - ———M — ci Solo Violins— MERRILL, DORCHESTER, MACDonNALD, KIRKPATRICK, LASEUR, M. ARRASMITH. First Violins MORGAN CANNON, Second Violins—J. WHITFIELD, A. MILLER, GILMAN, BERG, GREEN, McCoy. Third Violin—V. McKIBBEN. Viola—HorF. Cellos—M. WHITFIELD, М. VAN VLACK, FALL. Bass Viols—Buck, G. KIREPATRICE. Tuba—J. TAYLOR. Oboe—J. REYNOLDS. Bassoon—CLY¥DE. Flutes—LEITH, D. McKITEBBIN, V. Vance. Clarinets— LONG, FELDMAN. Trumpets—R. FULMER, HUMMEL, WICKLAND. Trombones—N. FULMER, NORLIN, R. GEINSTEAD, Percussion—H. BAIRD, KRESS, CARR. French Horns—EıcHLıng, FISCHER. Orchestra President . : ۱ IRVING MERRILL Secretary- T reasurt r Я Mary LEFFLER Librarian . : А . : . JEAN WHITFIELD RCHESTRA is a young organization in the ages of the members and it will probably be some time before this music group is as Mr. Day would like 1t. The biggest job Mr. Day has with the orchestra is to have the groups di- vided so that the correct quality of tone is produced. This year we won a “Superior” rating at the sub-district contest held at Nevada in March. This entitled us to go to the district contest at Mason City where we competed against Boone High School and won an “excellent” rating. As the orchestra becomes more skilled in its different field you will be more interested in this organization as an active one of Ames High. IRVING MERRILL. Fifty Four At a Sn ee NEES Ge SEHM O OE Band President . И с К IRVING MERRILL Secretary-Treasurer MARY LEFFLER Librarian . Š ; ) ۱ . HARRISON DONALD (f HE Ames High band played and marched at all home football games, and کر تا‎ at the game played between Ames and Boone at Boone. A smaller pep band of twenty-five members played at the basketball games and the county basketball tournament, often with a student director conducting. Several new organizations within the band were started this year. Notable among these were the brass sextet, the clarinet quartet, and the parents’ or- ganization. The parents’ organization was organized to finance and arrange for new equipment and transportation. They helped purchase new instru- ments for the band. Besides playing at these various occasions, the band entered contest; several solos were entered in contest also. Flute and Piccolo: ALLEN, Minter. Flute: Kirkpatrick, Ross. Sarophone: GRINSTEAD, Horr. Clarinet: T. HEGGEN, Loxs, Berrr, Tuompsox, F. Fischer, Davis, Braun, Buck, FELDMAN, HILAND, MAHONE, ULL TAD, L. VANVLACK, С. Кіснанрвох, BuspyY, MAHANNAH, Swartz, HARTMAN. Bass Clarinet: FORMAN. Drums: BAIRD, MERRILL, SPRATT, Capy. Cornets: H. DONALD, R. FULMER, HICKOK, STAFFORD, JACKSON, FLAUHER, MCINTOSH, MEYERS, Baritones: D. Hessen, K. BERESFORD, BUTLER. Trombones: BLUMENSCHEIN, N. FULMER, J. Fischer, M. SMITH, HUG, MARTIN, Bassea: BUCK, WELLHOUSE, J. TAYLOR, FLACK, GROVE. Bass Viol: LEFFLER. Bassoon: CLYDE. Oboe: REYNOLDS, French Horns: EwTZz, EICHLING, J. Hug, A. FISCHER, QUIST, SILLS. Fifty Five + = v. = PF у | FF рае ее 22 54 i Í L T pp E... SE LR NOI УД‏ 9 کے بپ Back Row—STRAIN, MCCLURE, INMAN, CLIFF, ARMSTRONG, LyxcH, MErTLEN, C. MILLER. Third Row—HELMICK, JACKSON, SIBERELL, BERESFORD, SHEDD, PETERSON, CHAMPLIN, OWENS, FULLER. Second Row—CONNOLLY, GATES, FRITSCH, DODDS, ANDERSON, DARLINGTON, HILAND, Внулх, BoGGeEss. Front Row—DEVauL, MENZE, Park, Miss Curtis, Buiss, AMES, Mann, PLacce, Buss The Web 77 0 | =p FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER MAURINE PARK Editor-in-Chief BETTY ÁMES MARY Loıs ARNOLD Business Manager MARCELLA BOGGESS EUGENE ARMSTRONG Advertising Manager CHARLES JACKSON Sponsor Miss GRACE CURTIS IRCULATION of the Web reached a new high this year with 400 copies. Issues also were increased to seven a semester. The Pic, a national roto- eravure section for high school papers, was inaugurated at the close of the first semester. [n addition to the three permanent staff members, the positions of news editors, sports editors, assistant advertising manager, copy reader, proof read- ers, exchange editor, and makeup editors were filled by other members of the journalism class who were assigned to a different position each issue. Besides writing articles and filling places on the staff, many sold advertising. On Saturdays the staff worked on proof reading, makeup, and headlines at the Milepost where the Web was printed. In this way both theoretical and practical experience in journalism was obtained. MAURINE PARK. 4 nf Fifty Six کد جد NES Belt EI SCR ONO E | Pep Club and Cheer Squad President . a | i 1 а LEAH RUTH Vice President : : . VIRGINIA DARLINGTON Secretary-Treasurer . š š š ; . Mary Busu VERY year thirty-six girls who are outstanding for their pep and school spirit are chosen to become members of the Ames High Pep Club. The purpose of this club is to arouse enthusiasm for all events in which our school participates. During the football season the Pep Club put on various exhibitions be- tween halves of the games. At basketball games the Pep Club’s seating form- ation was that of an “A” and later it was changed to a grouping of four lines of nine each. The Pep Club also took charge of selling football and basketball season tickets this year. The members of the cheer squad are Hermon Arrasmith, Bill Winton, Jack Pilgrim and Jean VanScoy, sponsored by Miss Helen Hadish. E rw ہج‎ Dent Back Row—Nercorr, METTLEN, MANN, AMEs, Dopps, Вонма, BACON, M. INMAN. Fourth Row—VanScoy, Morris, REDDY, PLAGGE, HOSTETTER, CLIFF, MECASKEY, FABER, DEVAUL. Third Row—TA4rrF, KELLEHER, ATCHLEY, KERN, FRAZIER, SIMPSON, SIBERELL, WHEELER, HILAND. Second Row—Roor, HucHes, MacRae, Rura, Miss Habisn, Miss Lunsrorp, DARLINGTON, Busu, J. MILLER. Front Row—ARRASMITH, WINTON, PILGRIM Fifty Seven ST (EF = М. - 124 یھ | کی ,پس v» » Y | — раты " NE Tn BARRA IN RS -ے‎ S$ Ss nA. — T C-T Back Row—Winton, WıLcox ,AsH, Davis, YOUNG, M. DONALD, Cox, MENZE Second Row—DoNELs, CARLSON, SHEAHAN, BRILEY, Ryan, J. SmitH, D. Mason, Brown, PETERSON. Front Row—M. SMITH, JEFFREY, CANADY, OWENS, ALLAN, SCHREIBER, GILCHRIST, VIFQUAIN. Varsity Club President . : : : LAURENCE OWENS Vice President . Р LEX GILCHRIST Secretary-Treasurer Bos MENZE Librarian : ۱ ALEX JEFFREY ARSITY CLUB of Ames High has as its membership twenty-four mem- bers, all of whom have won their major A's in some sport such as football, basketball, tennis, golf, and track. The club's sponsor is Ray Donels, head of the physical education department. This club sponsors many curricular activi- ties, including the annual free throw tournaments, intramural basketball, track meets, tennis meets, and other contests. The officers of the Varsity Club are also the officers of A Club, an inactive organization which is made up of members who have been outstanding in some organization. The highest honor attainable in high school, the annual A award, which is given each year to the Senior who has been most outstanding, is given by this club. ALEX JEFFREY. Fifty Eight е ET д нет а te Ç Intramural NTRAMURAL sports are rapidly growing all over the United States in col- leges, high schools, and even grade schools. Last year Ames High set such a good record in the participation of sports that now Central Junior High has an intramural program. There have been several really outstanding players this year in badmin- ton, ping pong, and basketball. In badminton, Beresford and Schre ibe 'r topped the list. Without a doubt, Bob Schreiber is the champion ping pong pl vyer of the season. He filled the shoes of Wyman Wilson, who was last year’s champ- pion. The boys of Ames High take off their hats to the former director, Mr. L. V. Loy, who started intramural sports in the school and carried on a successful program for several years. Mr. Loy’s record is now being very ably supported by Mr. Swedell. DUANE ALEXANDER. INTRAMURAL MANAGERS Back Row— ALEXANDER, SwEDELL, McCoNNELL, R. YOUNG, Front Row—HEDRICK, RUGGLES, SAYRE, SCHAFER, MCDONALD. Fifty Nine wW » = tad ] Ç 024 l ya e Sk рае ые ٣٦ چیہ جس سے A‏ ڪڪ Isis:‏ روہ Individual Activity Record EVERETT ALBER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3. DuANE ALEXANDER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; A Club 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3 WENDELL ALLAN Hi-Y 1, үй 5 A Club 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basket- ball 1, 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1; Home Room Activity Director 3. BETTY AMES Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Mignonelte 1; Cradle Song 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Growing Pains 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3; Presi- dent 3; Web Staff 3; Editor; Pep Club 2, 3; Volleyball 3. MAXINE ANDERSON Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2; Basket- ball 2; Library Club 2, 3; Web Staff 3. EUGENE ARMSTRONG Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Property Manager; Mignonette 1; Growing Pains Production Staff 3; Drums of Aude 1; Debate Club 2, 3; Treasurer 2, 3; National Honor Society 3; National Forensic League 2, 3; National Thespian Society 2, 3; 0 Staff 3; Quill and Seroll 3; Home Room Vice President 2; Lucky Break 2 Many Lois ARNOLD Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Quill and Seroll 3; Secretary; Art Club 1,3; Library Club 2; Lucky Break Production Staff 2; Web Staff 3; National Honor Society 3. HERMON ARRASMITH Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Stage Manager 3; Family Upstairs 1; Growing Pains 3; 0 Takes a Holiday ROME Ga Staff 2; Cheer Squad 2, 3; Football 1, ; Intr: ms al Athleties 1, 2, 3; Home Room Vice President 1, 2; SPIRIT St: us 2 3 MARGOT BACON Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; President 3; Pep Club 3; ААЦ а ае Volleyballl3 АОБ ДӘ Student Council 2; Secretary; Home Room Activity Director 1; President 2; Sprrir Staff 3. GEORGE BAKER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Home Room Vice President 3. Lots BAKER Сп Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet B G. A. A. 1, 2, 3: Cabinet 3; Basketball 1, : Baseball 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Library Club 2, 3; Home Room Sec- retary 1, 2. Sizty A Cia SO y @ L Laura BELL Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Secretary G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Home Room Secretary 3. DonaLp BERESFORD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; President 3; National Honor Society 3; Web Staff 3; Quill and Seroll 3; Vice President; A Club 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3; Home Room Vice President 3; Activity Director 2 JEANETTE BERG Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. BEN BLANCHARD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; National Thespian Society 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Mignonette 1; The Youngest Production Staff 2. WILLIAM BLISS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Vice President 1, 2; President 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Mig- nonette 1; Debate Club 2; Band 1,2,3; A Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Web Staff 3; Quill and Scroll 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; President; Home Room Vice President 1; President 1, 2. JOHN BLUMENSCHEIN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Madrigal 3; Quar- tette 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1; Treasurer; Home Room Presi- dent 1; Senior Senate; Spirit Staff 2; National Honor Society 3. MARCELLA BOGGESS State Center High School 1; Girl Reserve 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Sextette 3; Art Club 3; Web Staff 3. CHARLES BRILEY Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; A Club 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Intra- mural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Home Room Secretary 3. PHYLLIS BRYAN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Home Room Secretary 1, 2; National Honor Society 3; SPIRIT Staff 2. GERALDINE Buck Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2. EDITH BURMA East High, Sioux City 1; Girl Reserve 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Pep Club 3; G. A. A. 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Student Council 3; Secretary 3; Home Room Activity Director 2; President 3; SPIRIT Staff 3; National Honor Society 3; Senior Senate 3. | Mary BusH Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatie Club 1, 2, 3; Mignonette 1; Cradle Song Production Staff 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Debate Club 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Secretary 3; G. A. A. 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 3; Baseball 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Sirty One | гам کی‎ E | | y y | = | | | | | «D | | = | | uu | = м. TCE AR ОГО م‎ SEF Quill and Seroll 3; Lucky Break 2; Student Council 1; Senior Secretary; Senior Senate; Home Room President 1. JACK CANADY Hi-Y 1, 2,3; A Club 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 2, 3; Basketball 2; Intra- mural Athleties 1, 2, 3; Home Room Seeretary 1. is ELI ds e CHALICE CAREY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Art Club 2. JERROL CARLSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; A Club 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Intramural Ath- leties 1, 2, 3; Home Room Activity Director 3. Lovis CHAMPLIN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Debate Club 2, 3; Vice President 3; National Forensie League 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; Home Room Presi- dent 2; Web Staff 3; National Honor Society 3. Mary Lou CLIFF Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2, 3; Vice President, President 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2; Costume Mistress 3; Growing Pains Production Staff 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Vice President 2; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 3; Baseball 1; Home Room President 1; Lucky Break 2; Student Council 1; Senior Senate; National Honor Society 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2. Vice President. STANLEY CLOBRIDGE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatie Club 1, 3; Mignonette 2, 3; Growing Pains 3; Intra- mural Athleties 1, 2, 3. RuTH CopLIN Adel High School 1; Girl Reserve 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Growing Pains 3: Declamatory 2. З Sate‏ , 4ھ denen pup EM MARY CONNOLLY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Base- 009 ۹ی“‎ а: PATRICIA COONEY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. EDWARD COX Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Home Room Activ- ity Director 2. | DONALD DAHL й Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3. Max DALEY Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. MERLE DALEY EIN DS. VIRGINIA DARLINGTON Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Pep Club 3; Vice President; G. A. A. 1 2, 3; Volleyball 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1; Web Staff 3; SPIRIT Staff 3. Sixty Two PUL Re Hove ES цем а SEH O OL ea Jim Davis Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3. MILDRED DEAL Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2; Basket- ball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2. LUCILLE DEFORE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 3. DONALD DELAMO RE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. JEANNE DE VAUL Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Pep Club 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Web Staff 3; Sprrit Staff 2, 3; Editor 3; Lucky Break 2; Senior Senate; Home Room Vice President 1, 2; A Club 2, 3. DONAPEARL DIXON Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. KATHERINE Dopps | Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; President, Vice President 3; Dramatic Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Madrigal 3; Pep Club 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; A Club 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Vice President 3; Web Staff 3; Sprrrr Staff 2; Student Coun- cil 1; Home Room President 1; Secretary 2. HARRISON DONALD Seymour High School 1; Hi-Y 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Orchestra 2: Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 2, 3; Home Room Vice President 3. MIKE DONALD Seymour High School 1; Hi-Y 2, 3; A Club 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 3. MARGUERITE DUNNING Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1; Home Room Secretary 2. DONALD ERICKSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3. MIRIAM FABER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Lucky Break Production Staff 2; Home Room Secretary 1, Activity Director 2. JOHN FISCHER | Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Family Upstairs 1; Growing Pains Produetion Staff 3; National Thespian Society 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; A Club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Tennis 2; Golf 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Lucky Break 2; Sprrir Staff 3. LEAFA FISHER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3. ORDIN FLOGSTAD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2. Sixty Three کہ { Ў 1 і “яе. | | | ГЪ [ ` Í | +, | | TARE ПЕКИН Berry FRAZIER Nevada High School 1, 2; Girl Reserve 3; Basketball 3; Home Room Sec- retary 3. BARBARA FRITSCH Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Dramatie Club 1; Glee Club 3; Pep Club 3; Art Club 1, 2; Web Staff 3; National Honor Society 3. JOHN FULLER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Electrician 3; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 3; Home Room Vice President 2; Lucky Break Production Staff 2; Web Staff 3; National Honor Society 3. Mary GALLOWAY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Home Room Activity Director 3. BERNEICE GATES Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1; © Basketball 2; Web Staff 3; Home Room Secretary 2. Rex GILCHRIST Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2, 3; A Club 2, 3; Vice President 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Vice President 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2; Golf 2,3; Track 3: Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Home Room Vice President 1; Senior Senate: Senior Vice President. MARGARET GRIMES Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. FLORENCE GRUBB Grand Junction High School 2; Girl Reserve 1, 3; Basketball 3. CHARLES HAIN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. GEORGE HARRISON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. Harry HARRISON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Football 2; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. MAXINE HAYWORTH Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Bren HELMICK 10001237 Track 2, 3; Web Staff 3. RurH HENDRICKSON Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Sec- retary 2; Sextette 3; G. A. A. 2; A Club 2, 3; Student Council 3; Treasurer 3; Home Room Secretary 1; President 3; National Honor Society 3; Senior Senate. 11۸1:۸0۸۸ 17 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2. EuLa Mar HILAND Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1; Pep Club 3; С. А. А. 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; President 2; Home Room Activity Director 1; Sizty Four Los ае polls NA O о OY fe‏ )۰۰0۲ھ So‏ Vice President 2; Lucky Break Production Staff 2; Spirir Staff 3; Web Staff 3. Frepa HoLm Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3. BARBARA HOSTETTER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Vice President 3; Growing Pains 3; National Thespian Society 3; Declamatory 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Lucky Break 2; Home Room Secretary 3. MILDRED [ NMAN | Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Librarian 3; Pep Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; President; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Home Room Vice President 2; Lucky Break Production Staff 2; Sprrit Staff 2; Web Staff 3. THELMA INMAN Girl Reserve 3; Glee Club 1, 2; G. A. A. 1. CHARLES JACKSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Student Director; Web Staff 3. ALEX JEFFREY Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatie Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Glee Club 2, 3; A Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Historian 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Ath- leties 1, 2, 3; Home Room Activity Director 1, Vice President 2. GEORGE JEFFREY Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatie Club 2; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3; Track 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Lucky Break 2. BETTY LOU JONES Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Madrigal 3; Volleyball 3. GLADYS KELTNER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. RODGER KILLIUS Cedar Falls High School 1; Hi-Y 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Growing Pains 3; Intramural Athletics 2, 3. BERNADINE KINGKADE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2. ANNA Mare KIRKPATRICK Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2. Boynton KNAPP Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatie Club 1, 2, 3; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Growing Pains 3; Intramural Athletics 1. JUNIOR KNOUS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. BEN KNUDSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Glee Club 1, 3; Tennis 2; Intramural Ath- letics 1, 2, 3. Sirty Five | | | تہ پچ ” тог] y Э. | $ В | f | | { жаў | | | | | D - | | 4-4 | er THAE SFERII y — n— — SS укэ == THELMA KNUTHS Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2. MARGARET LISTON Clemons High School 1, 2; Girl Reserve 3. MavrHA LOWMAN North Grant and Kelley High School 1; Girl Reserve 2, 3. VIRGINIA LYNCH Sioux City East High 1; Des Moines East High 2; Girl Reserve 3; G. A. A. 3; Basketball 3. FRANCES MCCLURE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Vice President 3; Glee Club 1, 2,3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Secretary 1, Activity Director 2. RALPH MCCONNELL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Lucky Break 2; Athletic Treasurer 2, 3. ALBERTA McDONALD Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. LonRAINE McHoNE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3. MARY MCNUTT Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1; Lucky Break 2; Web Staff 3; Home Room Secretary 3. WILLARD MADDEN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2; Junior Class Vice President; Library Club 3; Home Room Activity Director 1. WiLTON MADDEN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Art Club 2; Library Club 3; Home Room Secretary 2; Activity Director 1. WALTER MADISON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Stage Manager 2; Mignonette 1; Family Upstairs Production Staff 1; Cradle Song Production Staff 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 3; Lucky Break 2; Home Room Activity Director 3. GERTRUDE MANN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; Make- up Manager 3; Mignonette 1; Family Upstairs Production Staff 1; Cradle Song 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Growing Pains 3; De- bate Club 1; National Thespian 1, 2, 3; National Forensic League 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2; President 3; Declamatory 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 3: A Club 1, 2, 3; Lucky Break Production Staff 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Spirir Staff 3; Home Room President 1. Тер MARSH Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; President 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Madrigal 3; Quartette 2, 3. Sixty Six еар o qu s P а w gado noe " . CANLES БЕСИН STAR O O E So WANDA MECASKEY En Reserve 1, 2 2, ; Cabinet 3; Вар Club 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Art Club 2 , 9; Treasurer 2; Senior Glass Secretary; Senior Senate; SPIRIT Staff 3: Home Room Activity Director 3; Secretary 2. CHRYSTAL MEIER Girl Reserve 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3. DwIGHT MENTZER Grand Junction High School 1, 2; Hi-Y 3; Intramural Athletics 3. ROBERT MENZE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Debate Club 2; A Club 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary; Football 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2; Studeni Council 1, 2; Web Staff 3; Quill and Scroll 3; National Honor Society 3; Home Room Vice President 1; President 1, 3; G. A, A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; ALICE METTLEN 5 Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Pepi Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Quill and Seroll 3; کت‎ Council з clay. Vice President; Home Room Activity Director 1; President 3; National Honor Soclety 3; Lucky Break 2; Senior Senate; Web Staff 3. CELIA MILLER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Lucky Break Production Staff 2 Web Staff 3. RICHARD MILLER Hi-Y 1, 2, 5; Dramatie Club 2, 3; Electrician 3; Growing Pains 3; National Thespian Society 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Librarian 1: Student Council 3; President 3; Home Room President 3; Spirir Staff 3: National Honor Society 3. VERA MILLER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Ray 7 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Track 3. MILDRED MITCHELL Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Lucky Break 2. Byron Morris Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatie Club 2; Mignonette 1; Cheer Squad 2; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Home Room Vice President 1. VIRGINIA NOWLIN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1; Art Club 2. AGNES OLSSON Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. LAURENCE OWENS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Debate Club 2: National Forensic League 2, 3; Vice President: Glee (HUD I: Band 1, 2; Orehestra 2; À Club 1, 2, 3; Presi- dent 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; President 8“ Basketball, O Football 1, 2 2; Lennis 1, 2, 3; ramal Athletics 1; Home Room NES Director 2; Web Staff 34. Sirty Seven T TES S.P T RUT w- ажр CHARLES PANTENBURG EI MAURINE PARK Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2, 3; Secretary 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 1; Secretary; Volleyball 1, 3; Art Club 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Student Couneil 1, Treasurer; Senior Senate; Web Staff 3; Editor; Home Room Activity Director 1; Vice President 1, 2; Lucky Break 2; Junior Class Treasurer. ORVILLE PARKER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. ORLAND PETERSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 1, 2; A Club 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Home Room Activity Director, Vice President; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3. HERBERT PLAGGE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Quar- tette 2; National Honor Society 3; Quill and Seroll 3; Web Staff 3; SPIRIT Staff 3; Lucky Break 2. ELEANOR POSEGATE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Sextette 3; Or- chestra 1. YVONNE PUFFETT Eagle Grove High School 1; Des Moines North High 2; Girl Reserve 3. MILDRED RICHARDSON Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Libra ry Club 3; Home Room Vice Presi- dent 1; President 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2. LEAH RUTH Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1; Mignonette Production Staff 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; President 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 3; Basketball 1, 3; Baseball 1; Art Club 3; Library Club 3; Student Council 1; Home Room President 1. HILARY RYAN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; A Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Vice President 2; Home Room Vice President 3. ROBERT SCHREIBER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Glee Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; A Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Football 2; Golf 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Secretary; Home Room Secretary 1; Vice President 2. BARBARA SCHRYVER Liscomb High School 1, 2; Girl Reserve 3. PHILIP SEVOLD Randall High School 1, 2; Hi-Y 3; Intramural Athletics 3. IvAN SHEAHAN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3. Sixty Eight N з at t pote E " p o -... pá E лаб = k. بجع‎ ` аара — rác n (P A í PM ES. ИСАН SEH OO LE T ROBERT SHEDD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Band 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Lucky Break 2; Web Staff 3. JULIA SHIPP Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Death Takes a Holi- day 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Vice President 2; Sextette 3; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2. JOHN SIBERELL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Debate Club 1; Golf 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3. PAUL SKARSHAUG Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1. JACK SMITH Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; A Club 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athleties 1; Student Council 2; Vice President; Home Room President 2; Senior Class President; Senior Senate. MAURICE SMITH | Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2, 3; Treasurer 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 3; A Club 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Golf 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Lucky Break 2; Home Room President 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Treasurer 2; SPIRIT Staff 3. WAYNE STEELE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Football 3; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3; Web Staff 3. JIM STEPHENSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Glee Club 1, 2. SYLVIA STETTLER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 1. MERLE STOCKS HEY T2 3: Eva STRAIN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Web Staff 3; SpIrIT Staff 3. FRANCES SUTTER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. MAXINE SWEARINGEN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Declamatory 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Madrigal 3; Pep Club 1, 2; G. A. A. 1; Volleyball 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Lucky Break 2. ANNE MARIE TAFF Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Family Upstairs 1; Growing Pains 3; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Cradle Song Produc- tion Staff 2; Mignonette Production Staff 1; Lucky Break Production Staff 2; Home Room Secretary 1. MARGARET TAYLOR Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Art Club 1. Sixty Nine ж ( v A y | T BLE” PURAS ig Rav TAYLOR Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 3; Intramural Athleties 1, 2, 3. Homer THOMAS Davenport High School 1; Hi-Y 2, 3; Dramatie Club 2, 3; Football 3; Intramural Athleties 2, 3. JUNIOR VIFCUAIN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; A Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 2, 3; Home Room Secre- tary 2. EvELYN VOGT Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. DONALD WEISER Huxley High School 1; Hi-Y 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 2, 3. PAULINE WHEELER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Pep Club 3; С. А. А. 1, 9, 3; Volleyball 1; Basketball 2; Baseball 1; Student Council 1. 2: Home Room President 1, 2; SPiniT. Staff 3; Senior Senate. JAMES WHITE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Stage Manager 3; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 3; Intra- mural Athleties 1; Student Council 3; President; Home Room President 3; Senior Senate. LILLIE WILLIAMS Nevada High School 1, 2; Girl Reserve 3; Basketball 3. WILLIAM WINTON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cheer Squad 1, 2, 3; A Club 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 1 2, 3; Intramural Athletics 1; Home Room Activity Director 1; Track 1, 3. RICHARD YOUNG Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; A Club 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; Home Room President 2. JOEL ZANDER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Electrican 3. Seventy BIA TuS | 7 = E wk P TA 3 ۱ ES e E Back Row—WiNTON, M. DoNarp, M. Cox, TaAxron, SHEAHAN, CARLSON, OWENS. Third Row—PDONELS, CANADY, W. ALLAN, Davıs, J. SMITH, D. MASON, RYAN, Buıss, WELLS Second Rouw—WILTON MADDEN, VIFQUAIN, ASH, GILCHRIST, BROWN, THOMAS, WILLARD MADDEN, KNUDSON Front R WHITE, A. JEFFREY, KOONTZ, UL. FERGUSON, WEEKS, REX MASON, BRILEY, CLARK. Football Summary AMES 31 NEVADA 0 Ames High opened their season by walloping the county seat players, collecting thirty-one points to Nevada's none. The Cyclones were far superior in strength and ability, playing most of the game in Nevada territory. Ames scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, adding three more and an extra point in the second half. AMEs 14 JEFFERSON 0 Playing under the lights on the Jefferson field, Ames demonstrated the caliber of play that won the Central lowa conference title last year. The Little Cyclones made both touchdowns in the first half, when Owens marched down the field to score and later tossed a pass to Ryan for the second counter. Gs жа کے کا‎ kati eee Ames 31 NoRTH Des MOINES 0 Continuing to prove that they were made of championship material, the : Little Cyelones smothered North High of Des Moines 31 to 0 on the Lincoln- ' way field. Ames fans were well pleased with the showing made by the whole 1 team in the one-sided affair. There were many outstanding runs and passes. | à AMES 19 MARSHALLTOWN 0 | Ames settled down after dividing honors during the first half to win their first conference game of the season. Followed by two hundred local fans, the Little Cyelones went to Franklin Field at Marshalltown and displayed a beau- tiful brand of football. The entire team was clicking as Owens ran over the goal line three times. Briley's work at center was outstanding. Seventy Three С‏ چ Í | (E BE р | | THE S tm Ter f M —————————r AMEs 19 OSKALOOSA Û The Little Cyclones continued the string of homecoming victories by de- feating Oskaloosa High. lt was the most severe defeat suffered by Oskaloosa in the history of Ames-Oskaloosa football relationship. However, Ames High was kept plenty busy keeping the All-State Gallagher and his cohorts from scoring. It would be difficult to pick out any outstanding player for Ames. Every member on the team was at his best. AMES 0 ROOSEVELT 6 Ames suffered its only defeat of the year at the hands of the Roosevelt Roughriders of Des Moines. Both teams were handicapped by the muddy field. The winning touchdown came in the fourth quarter when a pass came from Barnes to Ted Grefe—former Ames end—who had slipped behind the Ames secondary, snagged the pass, and ran over for a touchdown. Incidentally, those six points were the only points scored against Ames during the entire season. AMES 14 GRINNELL 0) The Little Cyclones maintained their standing in the Central lowa Con- ference by overcoming the Grinnell Pioneers. Ames was almost stunned by the opening drive of the Pioneers but dug in and prevented the visitors from scoring; then outplayed them during the rest of the game. Ryan accounted for two of Ames’ touchdowns. Bliss and Smith loomed up strong on defense. AMES 6 Boone 0 Ames High became Central Iowa Conference champions for the second consecutive year by downing their ancient rivals, Boone High; only after over- coming the unusual handicap of playing in three inches of snow. The contest was a kicking duel between Owens and Enich, Boone full- back. Ames’ score came in the final period when a pass to Ryan was com pleted on the one yard line. On the second try Bliss plunged over the line for the touchdown. Maurice Cox was elected honorary captain after the game, as the suecess- ful season ended. Honors Central Iowa All-Conference Selections First Team: Second Team: Hivary Ryan, End ORLAND PETERSON, Tackle JACK SMITH, Tackle Dick Mason, Center JUNIOR OWENS, Quarterback Maurice Cox, Fullback Register and Tribune All-State Selections First Team: Second Team: HiLarY Ryan, End JUNIOR OwENs, Quarterback JACK SMITH, Tackle Honorable Mention: Dick Mason, Center Seventy Four ERE حر‎ ra ИЕ ы =s! алғ dac deem f PONDERS HICH SE BHO OE š lowa Daily Press Association All-State Selections : First Team: Second Team: 3 JUNIOR ÖWENS, Utility Back Hırary Ryan, End Honorable Mention: ا‎ – JAck SmiTH, Tackle MAURICE Cox, Fullback A Letter Winners RYAN, HILARY SHEAHAN, [VAN SMITH, JACK VIFGUAIN, RUSSELL WiLcox, MILTON CARLSON, JERROL Cox, MAURICE DONALD, MIKE GILCHRIST, REX MASON, Dick ALLAN, WENDALL ASH, BOB Buıss, WILLIAM BRILEY, CHARLES BROWN, MARVIN === » | YEARS OF PLAYER WEIGHT POSITION COMPETITION CLASS ALLAN 160 end 2 Senior ASH 180 tackle 1 Sophomore Briss 166 fullback 1 Senior BRILEY 152 end 1 Senior BROWN 165 guard 1 Junior CANADY 152 halfback 1 Senior | CARLSON 194 guard 1 Senior 1 Cox (Captain) 168 fullback 2 Senior f DONALD 163 guard 1 Senior 4 FERGUSON 150 end 1 Junior | GILCHRIST 156 halfback 2 Senior Í GRINSTEAD 166 tackle 1 Junior Í Koontz 150 fullback 1 Junior 1 MADDEN, WILTON 160 end 1 Senior | MADDEN, WILLARD 160 end 1 Senior | Mason, Dick 168 center 3 Junior Mason, Rex 160 tackle 1 Sophomore OWENS 164 quarterback 3 Senior PETERSON 168 tackle 1 Senior RYAN 188 end 3 Senior SHEAHAN 166 halfback 1 Senior SMITH 192 tackle 3 Senior TAYLOR 208 guard 1 Senior THOMAS 156 halfback 1 Senior VIFQUAIN 146 halfback 1 Senior WEEKS 150 end 1 Junior WiLcox 149 guard 1 Sophomore WINTON 137 halfback 2 Senior CANADY, JACK OWENS, LAURENCE PETERSON, ORLAND Football Squad WINTON, WILLIAM Seventy Five e a ID Back Row—WINKLEPLECK, K. TAYLOR, D. SMITH, UNDERWOOD, Davis, BENEDICT, BARNES, Cue, J. TAYLOR. Second Row—J. FERGUSON, CAINE, MosEs, LASEUR, BURRELL, PILGRIM, BAILIE, J. O'NEIL. Front Row—H, YOUNG, GRINSTEAD, GEIGER, G. SILLS, CUNNINGHAM, G. LELAND, RIEDESEL, H. LIGET. Second Team Football ECOND team football was coached this vear by our new assistant coach, Kenneth Wells. As usual, they had a very successful football season, win- ning four out of five contests. The margin of one point ruined a perfect season when the gridders lost a contest to the Marshalltown seconds by a score of nine to eight. Marshalltown scored a touchdown and a field goal, while Ames gathered a touchdown and a safety. The team was rather small but continued to improve all during the 1935 season and probably will strengthen the first team considerably next year. There were many players who were outstanding last year and should make | first team competition. This group includes Glen Cunningham, Virgil Weeks, | John O'Neil, Allan Gibb, Dale Winklepleck, Glenn Sills, and Joe Taylor. | 1-9 - ob —. € = І І І Season's Record AMES 32 NORTH 0 AMES $ MARSHALLTOWN 9 AMES 19 BOONE U | AMES 6 ROOSEVELT 0 | AMES 32 Boone С E y» Seventy Stix М... кай: 31 y — n y h t mem s کہہے‎ MES HIGH SCHOOL Second Roto—WHITE, WILTON MADDEN, WILLARD MADDEN, J. SMITH, RYAN, A. J EFFREY, CLARK Front Row—H. DONALD, OWENS, BLISS, BERESFORD, MENZE, DAHL. State Basketball Champs EE champions, Central Iowa champions, Sectional champions, Dis- trict champions, and State Champions! Thus ended the best basketball season Ames High School has ever experienced. With their eyes on the State championship ever since they had been in seventh grade, seven major and five minor lettermen began practice for the successful season early last fall at the Field House. The season's only setback was at Roosevelt High of Des Moines, where Ames lost a hard fought one point decision to the Roughriders. Coach Ray Donels used his reserve five and the second team in the county tour nament. They continued the string of victories by defeating Zearing, Roland, and Nevada for the Class A championship. Then began the title drive which started at the Sectional Tournament at Boone, where Ames conquered Woodward, Roland, and Boone. Next was the District at Marshalltown where Ames added two more victories, Marshalltown and Newton being the victims. With 1590 Ames fans to boost them on, the Little Cyclones of Ames High went to Des Moines where the State Finals were held. Defeating Wellsburg, Creston, Ottumwa, and Mason City, Ames became the State Champions of Iowa. Ames’ defensive and offensive tactics were the most outstanding in the tournament. Due to the fact that no one person was outstanding on the team, no honor- ary captain was elected. Don Beresford was the leading scorer of the regular season, while Bob Menze led the attack during the State Finals. Seventy Seven TEE Я fe Individual Scoring During Regular Season PLAYERS FG FT PF TP DON BERESFORD: کے‎ .. 22 13 6 57 4 IVARS RAAN a 77756 14 10 10 38 1 LAURENCE OWENS......... 12 14 8 38 1 WENDELE ALLAN.........- 16 1 14 33 (GEORGE BAREH-....:22: a 13 5 30 ROBE RT MENZE........... 12 5 17 20 ۰ ۰۹ 1 10 6 9 26 JAOK МІНА. аа ا‎ 7 1 5 15 АТ ЈЕВ а. 4 6 9 14 Individual Scoring During State Finals Tournament PLAYER FG FT PF TP WIN TE EN arto tens 12 4 7 28 В та ne a 5 5 6 24 ATTAN рае та а 9 3 8 21 BERESFORD ei... a w: 7 3 6 17 S) DB crt A U T, 6 3 4 15 (УЕ ЕМӨ EE STER E 5 1 6 11 SEAN N ce 2 7 5 11 BARR: ee 2 2 0 6 | JIEREREY:—- en 2 1 7 5 4 Central lowa Conference Standings I SCHOOL ` WON LOST TP OP PCT. 4 AMES а. 10 0 285 185 1000 Йй BOONES. eee АЕ 7 3 239 227 700 i MARSHALLTOWN....... 5 5 228 214 500 š. GRINNELDA 0.5 4 6 246 240 400 f OSKALOOSA SE 2E 2 8 187 270 200 1 01 ٣ 2 8 184 241 200 1 SCORES $ AMES 0 STORY CITY 4 COUNTY TOURNAMENT 1 AMES 18 MUSCATINE 16 AMES 25 ZEARING 16 | AMES 37 NEVADA 5 AMES 30 ROLAND 29 H AMES 32 MARSHALLTOWN 19 AMES 19 NEVADA 11 AMES 22 NEWTON 12 % AMES 34 GRINNELL 31 SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT | AMES 40 OSKALOOSA 13 AMES 47 WOODWARD 13 | AMES 30 BOONE 21 AMES 30 ROLAND 11 AMES 26 MARSHALLTOWN 19 AMES) 26 BooNE 21 AMES 27 ROOSEVELT 28 AmEs 20 NEWTON 19 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT er AMES 32 GRINNELL 22 AMES 24 MARSHALLTOWN 22 AMES 26 OSKALOOSA 17 AMES 34 NEWTON 14 AMES 28 BOONE 12 TOTAL 787 TOTAL 460 Seventy Eight | | | ў | SN MES FAT TGA КО СТ О оГ o BASKETBALL HONORS Major Letter Winners WENDELL ALLAN ROBERT MENZE GEORGE BAKER LAURENCE OWENS Don BERESFORD HILARY RYAN Birr Briss JACK SMITH ALEX JEFFREY VIRGIL WEEKS GEORGE THOMPSON All Conference Selections First Team Second Team Ryan, Center BERESFORD, Center OWENS, Guard Honorable Mention Briss, Guard ALLAN, Forward Associated Press All State Finals Meet Team First Team Second Team Ryan, Forward MENZE, Forward OWENS, GUARD Briss, Guard lowa Daily Press Association All State Team First Team Honorable Mention OWENS, Guard ALLAN, Forward Second Team Briss, Guard MENZE, Guard BAKER, Guard Third Team BERESFORD, Center Ryan, Center SMITH, Center Register and Tribune All State Team First Team Third Team Briss, Guard MENZE, Forward Second Team Honorable Mention OWENS, Guard ALLAN, Forward RYAN, Center SMITH, Center State Tournament AMES 37 WELLSBURG 24 AMES 37 CRESTON 26 AMES 45 OTTUMWA 23 AMES 26 Mason City 12 Seventy Nine —TrƏ— I ۴ً ً ہے‎ е” | a | | | | ER ax | » | | | - « і | A. T‏ ت Back Row—-THOMPSON, J. FISCHER, SIBERELL, ALLAN, РЕЕт, НіІскок Front Row—-M. SMITH, SCHREIBER, VIFQUAIN. Golf " Hey! Be quiet when a person's shooting!” “Say, Juny, got an extra tee?” “Where'd my new Kro-Flite go?” “How's this grip, Roberts?” HESE and many other pet phrases fill the air on the first tee when the Ames High golf squad is out for practice some balmy April day. The members of the 1935 golf squad were Juny Vifquain, Bob Schreiber, Russell Cooley, Maurice Smith, John Siberell, Wendell Allan, Rex Gilehrist, Bob Thompson, Howard Hickok, and Ned Coover. During the season, matches were played with Boone, Roosevelt, North High of Des Moines, East High of Des Moines, and East Waterloo. Roose- velt and Boone were victors over Ames, but Ames was victorious over East, North, and East Waterloo. A team composed of Vifquain, Schreiber, Cooley, and Smith placed third in the State High School Tournament. Eighty Heavies! ط۱‎ 7 SCHOOL —— — - or ‘Tennis (7 НЕ 1935 Ames High tennis team finished the season with an unusually fine Concord. Not a defeat was marked up against them in dual competition. In fact only one match, a doubles encounter against Roosevelt, was lost. In addition the local netsters finished high in both the State Tournament and in the Ames Invitational Meet which was held for the first time last spring. The doubles team of Owens and Moser were the champions in both tourneys, with Menze and. Bliss the runners-up in the Invitational Meet. The 1935 team was a well-balanced outfit with seven boys of fairly equal ability. Six of them, Charles Durham, Paul Moser, Junior Owens, Bob Menze, Bill Bliss, and Dick Young received major awards for their work. Don Beres- ford earned a minor letter. Durham and Moser, the only Seniors on the team, were elected ci captains. The dual meet record was: AMES 6 BOONE 0 AMES 5 ROOSEVELT 1 AMES 7 BOONE 0 AMES 6 NORTH 0 SWEDELL, D. YOUNG, BERESFORD, BLI88, OWENS, MENZE, Eigh-y One F E 9-- 1 E x or | t i =q . | | WO Et ad (XA 024 » b) Pe oF © 2 | | | | L Maid BS NTO Back Row—Pank, B. FRAziER, DEVavr, BunMA, Holm, RUTH, WILLIAMS. Second Row—M. INMAN, LYNCH, MEIER, A. KIRKPATRICK, MECASKEY, CONNOLLY, KINGKADE. Front Row—DARLINGTON, CLIFF, Dopps, Mıss LUNSFORD, BELL, STRAIN, GRUBB. Girls’ Basketball SENIORS 26 JUNIORS 19 SENIORS 23 SOPHOMORES 17 JUNIORS 25 SOPHOMORES 9 HE Senior class again won the championship in basketball as they defeated the Juniors and Sophomores in hard fought games. Although defeated, the Juniors and Sophomores played hard and the Seniors had no easy time in retaining their championship. The Juniors placed second by virtue of their victory over the Sophomores. The Sophomores, although winning no games this year, have an excellent team and will be hard to beat next year. Second Team Basketball SENIORS 17 JUNIORS 11 JUNIORS 19 SOPHOMORES 1 SENIORS 25 SOPHOMORES 15 Eighty Two heh feed re, un ib el €‏ ا مس ————— ANES PHAT TECEAE SCHOOL Girls’ Volleyball JUNIORS 38 SOPHOMORES 29 SENIORS 36 JUNIORS 34 SENIORS 40 SOPHOMORES 19 (f HE volleyball tournament was won this year by the Seniors after nosing G out a determined Junior team and defeating the Sophomores by a wide margin. The Junior-Sophomore game was very close with the Juniors finally winning out to take second place. The large turnouts for volleyball this year made competition for places on the team much keener than usual. This made the games closer and better matched. Second Team Volleyball SENIORS 35 JUNIORS 29 SENIORS 42 SOPHOMORES 23 JUNIORS 30 SOPHOMORES 26 Due to the large number of girls out for volleyball, a second team was chosen from each class and a tournament was played between them. The Seniors were first place winners in this tournament also, with Juniors in run- ner-up position. SUE STRAIN. Back Row—AmĮmes, Dopps, B. L. Jones, Horm, Bacon, RUTH, KNUTES. Second Row—Meter, DARLINGTON, MANN, A. KIRKPATRICK, MECA8SKEY, CONNOLLY, THOMAS, STRAIN. Front Row—MertrLes, Park, DeVaut, CLIFF, Miss LUNSFORD, KIN GKADE, BELL, M. INMAN. Eighty Three ےہ =$ Ақ 4 2 | | uw» у! ` | | E — TAYLOR, CUNNINGHAM, MILLER, INMAN , Miss LUuNSFORD G. A. A. Council President . : Ë 4 MILDRED INMAN Vice President . Lors BAKER Secretary-Treasurer . : : MABEL TAYLOR Social Chairman . : ۱ ! JEANNE MILLER Point Recorders JEAN VANSCOY | DOROTHY CUNNINGHAM Gy sponsor various athletic tournaments and games is the purpose of the G. A. A. Council. This year tournaments were held in volleyball, bas- ketball, baseball, and various types of leisure games. To be eligible for a minor award, a girl must have earned 500 points. To receive a major award, one must have earned 1,000 points. After receiving her major award, and if she continues to work for points, she receives a pillow top. Points are earned through the keeping of health charts, outside activities, being chosen for a team, perfect attendance at practices, and numerous other activities. Тһе G. A. A. Council meets bi-monthly. Pins were introduced this year, being given to the girls after they have been initiated into the organization. MILDRED INMAN. Eighty Four COMEDY am a МГД, Д-дан ан P» cm— — AS Ө БЕЛЕ ОРОС) |, So Past Attractions of Ames High School SEPTEMBER 9th 13th 23rd OCTOBER 19th NOVEM BER Sth 11th 28th School once more has begun. Play and Pleasure now are done. Our teachers dear we find the same 'Cept Johnny Harms who's changed a name. And three new catechists on the staff. To make us miserable and arouse our wrath. The first football game was played today And after 'twas over and we'd all gone away, Nevada lay strewn all over the ground, They were no match for our eleven—they found. The first shin-dig " of the year was fought And, believe it or not, 'nuf tiekets were bought To clear all expenses and tide us through So school danees may continue for me and for you. Homecoming comes but once a year Bringing to all good fun and cheer It all began on a Friday night With pep meeting closed in bonfire light. The game was won with the greatest of ease And maybe you think the crowd wasn't pleased. That night to the Union we all did go To eat at the banquet and enjoy the show So very well planned by our alumni true In their Alumni organization—this year new. This marks the date so welcome each fall For our teachers all answer “Convention's Call.” And leave us with double assignments—you bet Lest we forget, lest we forget! Growing Pains was the name of the play Which took most of Ames to the Field House today And many were they who cried long and loud " Yes, Fernie Gaunt, of you and the club we're proud.” And this is a day we'll not soon forget For victory in our ears is ringing yet. We not only buried Boone beneath the snow But also won the Conference as all of you know. Thanksgiving vacation—again it came. Back to our forefathers dates its fame, When they—good people—wished to pray And give thanks to God in their own way, By taking off the whole day through We owe them lots, me and you, Cause we don’t have to go to school. Eighty Seven % 2 і | $ ] = I і. ےھ = mo DECEMBER 14th 20th JANUARY 17th FEBRUARY 7th 24th to 28th 28th MARCH 18th 28th Eighty Eight T PIE Sup ati Тар " | was the week before Christmas When all through each hall Not a ereature was stirring, For 'twas the eve of the “Ball.” The gym was all decked in streamers so gay, And while all of us danced, Eddie Allen did play. Wanda was erowned queen of us all And we all endorsed it a successful Snowball. Christmas vacation was welcomed, you bet. For it gave us all a chance to forget Assignments and teachers who plague us to tears, Vacation—the life saver—all of that queers. With parties and coasting and skating and such Who could help but enjoy it ever so much? Second semester was started today And school went on in the usual way New schedules, new classes, new people and such, But it takes more than these to help us—much. An old-fashioned Box Social was held in the gym To increase our finances, which were very slim. For Friendship Conference was close at hand And a speaker was more than our purses could stand. But we made enough money to meet all the bills, And had a good Conference in spite of winter chills. The Junior Class, Big Hearted Herbert, presented And we all left the fieldhouse pleased and contented. The cast was well chosen, the play was well done, And now at the Frolie we're insured of much fun. Friendship Conference 1s an annual event And to us this year Dr. Lancaster was sent. “Friends” was the theme of the message he brought And a worth while conference all of us thought. Our athletes one more title have won, For the good work in basketball they have done. Ames is conference champions for the first time to date And both title in football and basketball we rate. Spring vacation came and went And of those three days not a minute was spent In sleeping or studying, or other things nice, Instead each pursued his own secret vice. And when we came back to the old grind once more, We slept in our class rooms and enjoyed a good snore. Our basketball team is composed of real men, Each man's a sharp shooter and they number to ten. They decided Conference title wasn't enough And wanted to show the State their stuff. MEG HIGH س7‎ T Amid the crowds’ cheering and Mayor Allan’s yell We won the State Title and how our chests did swell. APRIL Copperhead was the play that Dramatic Club gave, 15th And about it we still like to rave. It was surely an example of fine work and art, For each one was outstanding in his own part. 17th Ames High Musicians to Mason City did go and Because of their rhythm and ability to sing la-ti-do. 1Sth The band, orchestra, glee clubs, sextet and chorus, Played in such a way, that they managed to floor us. Drake Tournament, Senior class play, Commencement are events yet to come, But when THE SPIRIT went to press they hadn't been done. So, my children, this poetry at last is through, So to remember these events, is up to you. Teacherisms Miss Bower: “Singing is nine-tenths thinking. " Miss Canvin: “F-f-f space j-]-] space————— Miss Curtis: ‘Tut, tut.” 5و Mr. Day: y— play.” Mr. Donets: “Now don't tell me Mns. GavNT: “Now previous to this time --” Miss HabisH: “Now get busy " Mr. Harms: ‘We'll have to postpone this test— — " Miss Hartsoox: ‘Well, if you'd rather you can go to the office.” Miss Hunter: “Out in Idaho Mr. HausratH: “At the college weg 3 Miss LUNSFORD: “Let’s have everyone's attention. " Miss Mackin: ‘Write your name, period, and date.” Miss McKIBBEN: “Now, boys MRS MILDER: “Time, please-——————” Мк. MITCHELL: “Shut up.” Miss SeLBY: " We're studying a course, not a book.” Mıss Spatz: “Did you have permission to talk?” MR. SwEDELL: “Now we're getting somewhere» Mn. WELLs: ''Now let's actually —— 2 Miss White: “Now I have an i—dea --” Miss WiLcox: “Copy your assignment.” Miss Woob: “The bell has rung—— اہ‎ Eighty Nine 1 | 1 б Í И Mary Bush, Katy Dodds Roger Fritsch B'Lou Jones, Leah Ruth (тегі Jerrol Carlson 761111 Ames 3uz2 Knudson Eddie Alle n J oh 71 Fische r Bush 7 Hi Bliss! Seein’ the gang off Skipper Allen Ora and Beryl on the road Ralph, Bob, and Al Squeak Down the field Tinner, Mr. Young. and the driver As they left ۱ I ۱ ASS y ESOS ۶ Special New Dictionary Complete in 88 Words Compiled by WıLeox—HADISH— GAUNT— ÜURTIS— SPATZ ACCESS— What the earth revolves on. ACCOMPAN Y— Regiment of soldiers. ACCORD—Name of a French automobile. ACCRUE—What's needed to run a boat. ACHE—What a chicken lays. ACHIEVE—Leader of an Indian tribe. ACOUSTIC—‘‘Q” shaped stick. ACRIMONY— What a divorced husband pays his wife. ADDICT—Slang for detective. ADDITION — What radio amateurs always try to get. ADJUDGE—One who sits on a court bench. ADORE—Something which you open to go through. ADORN— What you often don't give. AFFIX— What you often get yourself into. AMERICA—Something driven into the ground to mark a spot. AROMA—One who travels extensively. AVOID—Something you speak when you talk. BAIL—The pallor of your face when you are sick. BIFOCAL—A vehicle built for two. BOICE—Plural of boys. BRITCHES—What they build across rivers. BUCKS—Bugs. CALORY—The balcony of a theatre. CANARY—Name of the fighter licked by Maxie Baer. CARBON—Where trolley cars are kept. CAVORT—Two pints. CY NIC—Where they wash dishes. DEDUCE—Mussolini. DENSER—One who dances. DIPLOMA—The plumber. DIVISION— What fishermen often say is not so hot. FAUN—What it is to be fooled. FEET—A spasm. FUN DAMENTAL—From the mantle. GARBLE—What a turkey says. GARGOYLE—Something you do for a sore throat. GASKET—A coffin. GIST—Only; as in the sentence, “Gist a gigolo.” GOITER— What we use to hold up our socks and stocking. GONNER—Name of the Vice-President of the United States. GRAVITY— What the dentist fills. HADDOCK—A headache. | HOMIN Y—Four drunks singing 'Sweet Adeline. " Ninety One ہج سو S:‏ — Sk DR‏ جرد ET ОШ ОЕ 77 qy ILLAPSE—What you take on your insurance policy. INCONGRUOUS— Where our laws are made. JACKAL— Versatile, like a jackal trades. KALSOMINE—?Part of a lament for old girl friends, like, “Oh, how I miss those old pals kalsomine.” KINDLE—Waxen stick used for illumination purposes. KIT—A little baby. LACQUER—A compartment where you keep your clothes when you go swim- ming. LICE—Untruths. LOUNGE—Light lunch. MALLETS—What Lincoln said we should have towards none. MATRICE—Something to sleep on. NACK-—It's between the head and the shoulders. NOOSE-—Papers print it. ORIGIN—A fruit from which is made the popular origin juice. OYSTER—One who cries “01!” PACE—What it does to advertise. PANSY—Dainty undergarment. PAR-—The fellow who pays the bills. PARAKEETS-— Two small children. PEEKILL-—A pickle. PECUNIAR Y—Odd or unusual. PETITION-—A wall separating two spaces. PILLAR— What you lay your head on. PINNACLE-—A game of cards. PITCHES—Luscious fruit. PULLET-—Fired from a revolver. QUOIT— Totally, such as, “You're quoit right!” RACER- What men shave with. RANCH—A tool for turning nuts. RAPT—Bundled up. ROGUE—Covering for a floor. RU MOR-—-A fellow who hires a room. SAUERKRAUT—A mob of people who aren’t any too sweet-tempered. SOURCE—A seasoning that’s poured over food. STOIC—A bird that brings babies. THRUST—What Teddy Roosevelt tried to bust. THWART—A little bump that grows on your skin. THY—Upper fleshy part of leg. TINKER—A person constantly absorbed in thought. TORCH—To borrow, as when you torch somebody for a loan. UDDER—To speak or state something. VAST—Worn under your coat. VORTEX—A wartime tax. WICK-—Seven days make one. WAR-DANCE—Supervisors of prisons. Ninety Two AMES HIGH pC HOO E Senior Who’s Who NAME EVERETT ALBER DUANE ALEXANDER WENDELL ALLAN Berry AMES MAXINE ANDERSON EUGENE ARMSTRONG Mary Lois ARNOLD HERMON ARRASMITH MARGOT BACON GEORGE BAKER Lois BAKER Laura BELL Down BERESFORD JEANNETTE BERG BEN BLANCHARD WinLriaM Briss Jonx BLUMENSCHEIN MARCELLA BOGGESS CHARLES BRILEY GERALDINE Buck PHYLLIS BRYAN Eprru BURMA 231۸8 86 Jack CANADY CHALICE CAREY JERROL CARLSON Lovis CHAMPLIN WILFRED CHAPMAN LLOYD CHRISTENSEN MARY Lou CLIFF STAN CLOBRIDGE Seemingly quiet REPUTATION Busy Ambitious assuming FAVORITE PASTIME AMBITION One can't be too sure ¡Milk a cow ¡Eating sauerkraut Studying Teaching Sunday Schoo! Learn to cross stitch To be a flag pole sitter Sunday School Supt. A basketball player [Playing Eddie Duchin ¡Be a hash slinger Quiet and un- Soap box orator | Noisy P looks innocent joa woman А ladies’ man Bold Hilarious Demure Reserved Drug store cowboy Old fashioned Dude Cute Bashful Coquette Neighborhood scandal Nice girl Juny's girl Heart breaker Wide awake Healthy His own boss Sleepy Strong Very, very shy Tough Cleaning dog kennels | Dieting Keeping his hair in curi Undiscovered | o E “ ... ۰. ¡Something feminine l | Skating rinks ¡Books Ballet dancing School Playing a " UKE " E ‚Embroidering He won't tell College Men Cracking peanuts Giggling Anything interesting Talking Juny Flirting Watching operations Dance floor Thinking Flirting Pushing stuck cars Sleeping It isn't school To be a French teacher Play hookey Become a cowboy Be mysterious Hold a girl's hand Nothing much Í Tarne a lion To grow Chorus girl Dramatist Undertaker It's aimless To keep her dates straight Talk back to a teacher To bake a cake Turn a hand spring Milk a goat Knit a bedspread Crank a Ford Be a singer Ride on an elephant Be aloof To toe dance Manicure his finger- hails Play a harp To have his hair combed WHEN LAST HEARD OF Gone to California Politician Unchanged Snake dancing in a side show A real musician Garlic taster Raising chickens Happy Popping pop corn Married Sleeping Curling her hair Gardening vegetables Dreaming Engaged Being a Fuller Brush man Curing hydrophobia A grown woman Having his picture taken A schemer Veterinary doctor Talking on a tele- phone Still knitting Facing bigamy charges Telling bed time stories over the radio Eating Still thinking Sleeping in Study Hall—still Buckling his over- shoes Dropping nickels in a player piano Feeding peanuts to monkeys $e tom | monkeys Ninety Three ——— NAME 11078 07٣ MARY CONNOLLY PATRICIA COONEY Epwanp Cox DonaLb DAHL Max DALEY MERLE DALEY VIRGINIA DARLINGTON Jim Davis MILDRED DEAL LucıLLE DEFORE JEANNE DEV AUL DONALD DELAMORE DONAPEARL DIXON KATHERINE DODDS HARRISON DONALD MIKE DONALD MARGUERITE DUNNING DONALD ERICKSON MIRIAM FABER JOHN FISCHER LEAFA FISHER ORDIN FLOGSTAD BETTY FRAZIER BARBARA FRITSCH JoHN FULLER MARY GALLOWAY BERNEICE GATES REX GILCHRIST MARGARET GRIMES FLORENCE GRUBB CHARLES HAIN 00 PR س‎ REPUTATION Better than bad Flapper Harmless Rarely serious Dreamer Vague Pretty boy Perfect lady Studious Unassuming Bashful Modest Maid Timid Winsome Jazz hound Dangerous Harmless Vicious Singer Cats Meow An essentia] citizen ¡Modern Musical Swell kid Dangerous woman ¡One wise man ¡Another blonde Snappy kid ¡Women's favorite ۱ Impudent Brilliant Sweet | WHEN LABT HEAEKD OF І FAVORITE PASTIME AMBITION Superintendent of a fish hatchery [Br the itch I Eating pickles ¡Climb a tree Housewife Riding busses l Cutting up frogs ¡To learn a card trick Lion tamer Trimming hedges Cut his own hair ¡Having an operation Any class Eat a whole water- City slicker | melon Laughing Be a lounge lizard Running a beauty ۱ | parlor ¡Combing his curls [ШУ Tarzan Doing a strong man act in a circus Breaking eggs ¡Chew gum in albegra Sneezing ۱ I ¡Training a flea circus Solving long, hard Do a cupid dance algebra problems Brushing her teeth |Get a seventh period (Of age Kidding the teachers |Ride a motor cycle Satisfied ¡Dating Hold a live snake “Cuckoo” (too many SFIRITS) Girls Read Athony Adverse |Still reading Anthony | Adrerse | Í | Nursing horses | Making candy Play a tuba ¡Professional bowler Í Writing ¡Be a lady | Sharpening pencils Keep a diary Selling beauty prep- | aration Tearing pages out of [Learn to type books! Ride bare back Puying a pair of shoes Saluting the flag Cn the study hall list І Fating jawbreakers Tell fortunes Tree sitter ¡Wendy Date a boxer Y. W. C. A. worker Boiling water Be a platinum blonde (Peroxide salesman Darning socks Be a stamp collector |Evangelist Climb a skyscraper ¡Composer (Watching trains Letting mice out of Fix a fiat tire Eating hamburgers mice traps Learn how to drive Still trying to learn | а cari Herby | Les | ‘Explaining 'Fullerism Theory' to Einstein A perfect daughter- Stumping the teachers |Be on time | ¡Play ping-pong | It's in college | | | in-law Something masculine rn a monkey ¡Choir leader She's a good basket- [Sing a song on key [Attending church ball player meetings Throwing parties ¡Play golf ¡Serving teachers [Civics Cook a waffle کی‎ a tractor ) ¡Minding the teachers [Be a real dare-devil ¡Minister A AA AA A AA ےت ڈگ گا رتچ ہے‎ m ана Ninety Four AMES NAC SCM O OTE NAME GEORGE HARRISON Harry Harrison Maxxe HAYWORTH Вех Нкгмтск Rets HENDRICKSON Ray Hewitt Evra MAE HILAND Freba HoLx Barbara HosTETTER MILDRED [INMAN Taeıma [NMAN CHARLES JACKSON ALEX JEFFREY GEORGE JEFFREY Berry Lov Jones GLapDYS KELTNER ROGER KiLLius BERNADINE KINGKADE ANNA Max KIRKPATRICK Bornton Knapp JUNIOR Kxous BENJAMIN KNUDSON Тнеіма Кустнз MARGARET LISTON MAYTHA LOWMAN VIRGINIA LYNCH FRANCES MCCLURE RarrH McCONNELL LoRRAINE McHone Many McNvrT WILLARD MADDEN WILTON MADDEN WALTER MADISON REPUTATION | E miable С ¡Generous Undiscovered ‘Indescribable Toreador Spunky Babbling ‘Solemn and sensible | Breaking light bulbs Jolly Striking Reckless Ornery Nice bov ¡Indifferent Sociable Pieface Conscientious AE Cautious Terribly timid Hardly refined Modest Charming Reserved Monkey Happy Good fellow Inquisitive Sunny disposition " Maddening " “Maddening”’ Important FAVORITE PASTIME AMBITION WHEN LAST HEARD OF Pitching tents Catch a whale Explaining problems to Harry Paint a goat's horns (Looking for that pheas- red| ant that he missed Dig a deep, deep hole [Having a permanent Bringing up George Cooking See a burlesque show [Carve a chicken Policeman Listening to a radio [To have an operation |Drinkin' pink lemon- nde Rowing boats Write a history book |Churning butter Digging angleworms |To curl her eyelashes |Attending the fair Making fudge Bite a dog Raising gold fish 'To be an actress Playing post office Blowing soap bubbles |Ride a goat Telling fortunes Bathe a dog Campaigning against mosquitoes Victrola winder Rocking in rocking | chairs ¡Changing tires ¡Lead a band ‘Dyeing Easter eggs Pass algebra A full grown man Snapping suspenders [Smoke a pipe Ballyhooing in a circus Toasting marsh- Own a flivver mallows Light a fire cracker in school Traveling salesman Forecasting weather Troning Saving tinfoil Riding merry-go- round ¡Planning potluck | suppers 'Bothering people Shine her shoes | Minister Librarian Drive a nail straight Breaking balloons ¡Fussing Win a fight once Quarreled with a train | —once ¡Eating apples Be a G man Sailing boats (In a bathtub) Designing women's clothes Freezing ice cream Bumping down stairs |Reduce Eat a gallon of ice cream Drive a train engine Sifting flour Heating H2SO, Typing Put a tack under a teacher Own two well sharp- ened pencils Read an encyclo- Bathing dogs " Coining money”' Playiug paper dolls Gum manufacturer Riding in rumble Raising watermelons seats paedia ¡Borrowing notebook |Do a back jackknife ¡Caddy paper dive Writing letters Make malted milks Getting plumpish Translating French Burn a hay stack Leading an orchestra Impersonating Wilton |To look more like Wilton Impersonating Willard|To look more like Willard Be an opera singer Actor Chiropractor Building stages for Dramatie Club College professor Ninety Five TEE SUP MUR [T ryo—— rr n سو‎ NAME GERTRUDE MANN THEODORE MARSH WANDA MECASKEY CHRYSTAL MEIER DwiGHT MENTZER Bos MENZE ALICE METTLEN CELIA MILLER RICHARD MILLER VERA MILLER Ray MINOTT MILDRED MITCHELL Byron Morris VIRGINIA NOWLIN AGNES OLSSON JEAN OSBORN LAURENCE OWENS CHARLES PANTENBURG MAURINE PARK ORVILLE PARKER ORLAND PETERSON HERBERT PLAGGE ELEANOR POSEGATE YvoNNE PurrETT MILDRED RICHARDSON LEAH RUTH HiLARY RYAN BoB SCHREIBER BARBARA SCHRYVER PHILLIP SEVOLD IvAN SHEAHAN ROBERT SHEDD Ninety Six REPUTATION The less said the better A genius Pretty child Innocent Mild Apple polisher Boy-shy Small town vamp Girl crazy Scholarly Heart smasher Busy Boisterous Industrious Perfect sissy Interesting Nobody's fool Faithful Sensible Ambitious Ladylike Perfect vamp Forward Not a bachelor Brave Pretty nice guy Mama's boy Bad, bold man FAVORITE PASTIME Sliding down ban- 01868 Picking up banana peels Wearing accessories Athletics Singing Flattering the teachers Openin' doors Having her picture taken Distributing his stink bombs Sharpening pencils Building things Scrubbing her hands Leaving showers run- ning Reading bulletin AMBITION Learn to play middle | WHEN LAST HEARD OF ¡Snake dancing with part of “Chloe”! Betty Ski ¡Directing a church choir Have a date Settled down ¡Be a peanut vendor ¡Teaching solid | geometry Be a prize fighter Walk a tight rope Paint a barn Play nine holes of golf in the low 90's Count his freckles Throw a brick through To be a boxer Swim in the ocean Drop ink bottle from Keep her pen filled boards Studying Sitting with her shoes off Tatting Walking on bridge Wife of the president Throw a dollar across Play a Jew's harp Eat a whole cake railings Cutting people's hair Setting off alarm clocks| Letting mercury loose Plucking eyebrows Blowing out candles Eating chicken Skipping school Arguing Scaring the teachers Paying “Social Calls” in Study Halls Putting up card Make her grades ¡Stay awake through Learn his “A B C's " To tell a funnyi oke Own a fur lined snow suit Direct a play Write a cross word a window} third to first floor Squaw Creek | su mild ¡Laid up with a broken leg Winning a bathing beauty contest Playing Santa Claus Writing a book of re- vised Slang Quotations Making confetti Real Silk hose sales- man ¡Broke a mirror | | ‚Writing a poem la nurse ¡Teacher Taming snakes IC ollecting names on | tomb stones | Digging ditches | ‘Unfold campchairs [Army oficer скі: | a Civics class | ¡Manager of Memorial | Unior ¡Married Hunting rabbits Matron in an Orphan Asylum ` Organizing secret puzzle societies Count to a billion Be a family man Be faithful to one Get a pass every day tables Playing hop scotch Swinging on locker Add up all the num- girl st a time| Knitting car seat covers Public speaker Flying the continent upside down Hypnotizing people Collecting turtle eggs bers on lockers Attend a tea party doors A Junior class woman Keep out of argu- Still in seventh period Life guard ments O AMES «HIGH SC A OOL е ХАМЕ Jorra 5НІРР JOHN SIBERELL PAUL SCARSHAUG Jack SMITH MAURICE SMITH WAYNE STEELE Jiu STEPHEN SON SYLVIA STETTLER MERLE STOCKS STE STRAIN FRANCES SUTTER MAXINE SWEARINGEN ANNE ManrE ТАРЕ MARGARET TAYLOR Ray TAYLOR Homer THomas JUNIOR VIFQUAIN EvELYN VocT Гроха» WEISER PAULINE WHEELER James WHITE LILLIE WILLIAMS WILLIAM WINTON Dick Yovxc JOEL ZANDER REPUTATION FAVORITE PASTIME Prima Donna Ringing doar bells Devastating Cutting grass Sane Juggling Bashful Saving cigar bands Funny man Eating cheese Undecided Pulling weeds He-vamp “Stacking” cars Good scout Emptying ash trays Perfect Tarzan Lighting matches Classy Answering magazine ads Pretty lively Using pennies in pay telephone “Engaged” Hilary Often caught (K) Be—zzer any? napping Flirt Collecting pennies Full sized Playing piano Cake eater “Country roads” Devoted Bushy Placid Dr inking grape juice Orator Catching centipedes Winsome Mopping floors “Songbird” (7?) Playing bridge Reading thermo- meters Worthy of any fem |Catering to women Chorus girl Great Stuff Gathering eggs Electrician Swinging on chandeliers AMBITION To broadcast Take a clock apart Play the piano To shrink Has none Have straight hair Be a football coach Win a contest Let feathers out of a pillow It's a secret Tie a knot in a horses tail Wear ruby toe nail polish To be or not to be Sit on a cliff and hang feet over edge WHEN LAST HEARD OF Reciting poetry Golf pro Drawing a map of Ames Lecturer Crooked politician Being tarred and feathered Attending church Writing essays Snoring Barber Teaching school Walking up the aisle Running a Bee hive Prize cook Edit a woman's page |Business man Sit still for five minutes Stuff a bat Be brave Tatoo people She has one To become a crooner Paint a picture Lead a yell Be an undertaker Blow out the main fuse at school Showing Blue ribbon hogs at State Fair Singing a duet Had barbers itch Digging up mummies School “marm” On Major Bowes program Picking cherries Running for President Selling peanuts and popcorn Making his mark Nanety Seven « e) POE ae e; | | | TRAE -SETRIT “SAY IT WITH FLOW ERS” Olsan’s FLOWER SHOP | ES] Enjoy Delícious Food | | and | Good Times A Complete Line of Fresh Flowers from Our Greenhouse every day AT THE SHRUBS, SEEDS LANDSCAPING | RA | IN B O W " Ames Telegraph Florists " | x Coftee Shop Phone 220 | 2 | ” A Play in One Short Act k | | ENTITLED ў IT'S A MAN'S WORLD on O CARELESS LOVE Time: FIFTH PERIOD | Place: ALGEBRA CLASS | A | Characters: Miss WHITE | ANNE MARIE TAFF ! BEZZER KNAPP | MEMBERS OF THE CLASS. ў | Miss W.:‘‘Boynton, could you tell me what XX stands for?” | BEZZER: '4—a—20 " { х ) É š em 5; | Miss W.: “Of course. Now Anne Marie, what does LXX stand for?” ۱ ANNE T.: (Who has been day dreaming while looking out of the window.) | Would you please restate the question. I couldn't hear. Bezzer was talking.” ) Miss W.: “I said what does LXX stand for?” y . . = . as E ANNB T.: (Gazing dreamily at Knappy). “Love and Kisses! Ninety Eight й | 1 ў | t ' " ہے ہے ہے ہے 0د ہے — ۷۷۱۰۰ ۹٣ But It Isn't The anctents thought the world was flat; Гт really not surprised at that. We'd find it flat I dare say, If we were living in their day. The Ames Building Loan Association Just think they had no Boone game; No “Rough Riders” to corral and tame. No Student Council acts to make them mad; No flunks to drive them to the bad. No self written excuses to get them canned; No girls, so badly in demand. No “Free Lances” to stir up a mess; No dances either, then, I guess. 20 years of SERVICE No vaccinations then by gum; Which cost those who had 3t a tidy sum. 20 years of SAFETY No crowded buses they had to ride; | i And they missed lots of things beside. 20 years of DIVIDENDS And so I say no wonder that, The ancients thought the world was flat. DeLuxe Cleaners and Laundry Hanson Lumber AMES LAUNDRY Company 218 Fifth Street E Ames, Iowa 212 Duff Avenue ; E Ninety Nine — =— — м | A | (ёк f I f | I S$ سے‎ hie с = ў Crowd at Homecoming Bill Keigh Don‏ ا ا i e arr o‏ Exec wl Gert Bet‏ HBH B r 26‏ Merv‏ Shorty‏ Pep Club‏ Coach‏ | A fter School леа a e ECCO Dice at Honor Society “Tarzan” Pete Professor Jo Honor Society at Brookside ДЕБ 1ء The Class of 1936 . wishes to acknowledge very gratefully the assistance ren- dered them in producing this SPIRIT. Hart's Studio, Ames, lowa. Tribune Publishing Co., Ames, lowa. Waterloo Engraving Co., Waterloo, lowa. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Of All Kinds Eschbach Music House We Will Save You Money MCDOWELL JACOBSON INSURANCE 316 Main Ames - | Phone 51 lowa Sentors: May your path of life be as sue- cessful and happy as your high school days. ЫЕ БА DRY GOODS READY-TO-WEAR BEAUTY PARLOR SHOES AND MILLINERY ОЕ БИЕ ЕЕ A Good Place to Eat HOWARD ADAMS CANDY SHOP WEST AMES Ren E SEA БОО» SER NIGCE STATION Veedol Pennzoil 815 Lincoln Way Ames, Iowa One Hundred One (Е А (рэе aw Fy 2. 0 ЖЕЛ رم iO Or‏ r‏ £ a ۷۸۷ )۹ت‎ ٤ í „ғ 7, avi 7 x » Mp 7 Б, — c iuncti U onn — ] ےہ‎ 2 Io CIR NI —— nen hinein — ПӘМӘВ 5 ЕГЕП, SCHOOL (WE wish to express our appreciation to the stu- dents a nd faculty of Ames High School for their kind and gener- ous cooperation. 8)) THIS ANNUAL MADE BY Waki STUDIO BR One Hundred Three se I I 5 | | | | | | ---ә | ` ж TR E Se atr аю —— or Cute . | ; . JEAN VAN Scoy . " ES JERRY FRAZIER Ornery . : ; i Dorothy Roor ; LOUIE FELDMAN Mischievious . ; ' . WINNY CANNON . ; : VINCE HEDRICK Intelligent. | ; ; Berry Morris . | ; Davip SAYRE Noisy қ . — MARGARET MORGAN . і . Bop Asx Gay =: | . PHIL SIMPSON . ; 252% Вов Евехсн Apple Polisher . ° Betty JONES . Р . WARREN FRIEST Timid ; ; ; , BETTEJANE KERN . . NED COOVER Tardy. | . DOROTHY SHUGART ! ! ANGELO FRANGOS Romantic . ; . CAROLYN SMITH . . MAURICE Cox Athletie . | . —MABEL TAYLOR . : . MILTON Wircox Captivating — . . BARBARA PENNY . . Jupp THOMPSON Talkative — . : : EprrH Dirrow . f Г | Don MINERT Independent. . DorotHy MA® FRAZIER ° CHUCK O’ NEIL Original ; J ; . Doris PLAGGE . . Dick GERNES Nonchalant . Jo MacRas . ; ROGER FRITSCH Silly. 2. : : ' „ SYLVIA DONCH © : Р . JACK PILGRIM Talented Authors of A. H. $. Ye Gentle Ar of Flirting . : ۱ ۱ by Homer THOMAS A Brief Review of My Love BUTS . by MILLIE MORRIS Why Chaperones are Unnecessary by PATRONS OF THE TEA DANCES How to Become Handsome by MERLE DALEY How to Enjoy a Good Quarrel . ie BET TY Lou JONES and CHUCK JACKSON What I Know That Einstein Doesn't . : : . by JOHN FULLER How to Bother the Teachers—and Get Results by Ivan SHEAHAN We extend our best wishes to the Class of 1936 Ames Bottling Co. EVER ES “YOUR TELEGRAPH FLORIST” FLOWERS, PLANTS, SEEDS, BULBS, BIRDS, FISH, AND SUPPLIES 208 Main Street - - : - - г - Telephone 490 One Hundred Four И AMES HIGH ӘЛЕ УЕ ж Some Facts You Needn’t Remember 1. One snake has about 297 vertebrae in his back. 2. If the Atlantic Ocean were twice as large as it now is, the Pacific Ocean would be the same size as it is today. З. In Russia, the holes from Swiss Cheese are used to make fish food. 4. If all the people in Ames were to stand in a straight line, the first person in that line would get awfully tired standing. 5. If the governor of Ohio were made governor of Texas, cops would still be called “flat feet.” 6. If Bezzer Knapp lost his voice—how quiet Ames High would be. Serving the jewelry needs of Ames peo- ple for over a quarter century has made satisfied customers by the hun- dreds. L. C. TALLMAN Jeweler and Optometrist KIMLER SER VICE Tor Quality Coal ICE REFRIGERATION Automatic Heat with STOKOL STOKERS Kimler Coal and lee Co. Phone 241 Olmstead College Shop CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN At the Campus SCHOOL SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT Conklin Fountain Pens $1.00 to $7.50 JUDISCH BROS. DRUG STORE Phone 70 - - - Free Delivery One Hundred Fire mS e‏ سے | А = ж je $ ] | | -— P @, | | | | | 4 Ж TUBE The Silent Smith Corona can help you to better grades in school and college Reynolds Iversen Backers and Supporters of Ames High School Activities TOT E Mame = = Pe? SS PUR TT WALLHIDE Interior Paints Waterspar Coat Enamel Sunproof Exterior Paint All Pittsburgh Proof Paint Produets Glass and Brushes H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. Ames Since 1891 Some Things... WE ARE PAID TO PUBLISH 1. The baby picture of Wanda Moorman. 2. That Maurie Smith is much bet- ter looking than his Senior pic- ture makes him out to be. 3. Laurence (all state) Owens will be glad to autograph everybody's Sprrir—form an orderly line, please. One Hundred Six WE ARE PAID NOT TO PUBLISH The picture Herby Plagge took of Bushy and Juny. The contents of the note found in the gym and signed, “Love, Maurie С.” Some of the excuses the teachers gave for not wanting anew picture taken to be put in THE SPIRIT. That Red Miller didn’t call a hammer a hammer when he hit his finger. AMES I did tt not for Chivalry I did it not for Scorn I gave her my School Bus seat To get her off my corn. Cry and the world cries with you Laugh and you laugh alone For its always the rule That each darned fool Can't see any joke but his own. Sounds Like Pete Peterson Gas was leaking in the Lab., He lit a match to find it. The gas is leaking just the same, But now he doesn't mind it. Corbin Locks Philco Radios Lennox Furnaces Lowe Bros. Paints Speed Queen Washers Norge Refrigerators Sheet Metal Tin Shop More than 16,000 Different thines in this store for your convenience. China-ware Home Furnishines Carr Hardware Co. +7 ӘН ДЕРТ: MONTGOMER Y WARD CONGRATULATES The Class of 1936 Brannberg Alm Famous Footwear CORRECTLY ACCURATELY FITTED Assure a Life of Happy, Carefree Feet Let us Fit You BRANNBERG ALM DOWNTOWN—AMES One Hundred Seven TRE YS TT ہی‎ Found ín Junior Owens' Notebook Great Gran dad, lay your book aside And take me on your knee, ) „1 O Neil S And tell me of the good little boys V F LW E alr The Aztecs used to be. Ice Cream On the Cuff, Maybe A little helping spirit, A little slight of hand A Tasty, Tempting May help some troubled physicist Health Food A passing grade to land. and Dessert A Reaction A molecule of H250; And a ditto of ZnS got sore; They mixed it for fair, And polluted the air When all had been pleasant before. PHONE 62 New Streamline Buses. FOR GREATER COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, SAFETY These new, improved streamline buses are now serving your city daily. Equipped with no-dratt ventilation, shatter-proof glass, and soft. comfortable, individual chairs. Ask your agent for charter bus rates and regular low fares to all points. UNION BUS DEPOT BUS DEPOT Des MOINES, IOWA AMES, Iowa Fifth and Grand Ave. Sheldon-Munn Hotel Phone 4-3188 Phone 1900 INTERS TATE TRANSIT LINES One Hundred Eight AMES We Recommend Your Hieh School TRY OUR PRODUCTS and You Will Recommend Us AMES GRAIN a COAL CO: 213 Duff - = = = Phone 6 WHEN IT’S YOUR MOVE SAY IT WITH RE OWENS You always win appreciation from others and satisfaction for your- self—when you say it with flow: rs from COE S FLOWER SHOP 7 ه0 SEO E —— rn Mathison Motor Co. Ford Sales and Ford Service Ames Nevada Phone 32 329 Main WATCH THE FORDS GO BY Permanent Waving HART BEAUTY STUDIO MABEL W. HART Phone 250 - Ames Nat'l Bank Bldg. TO THE SENIORS OF AMES HIGH SCHOOL Whether life insurance played a part, or did not, in your education- al opportunities, life teaches us that insurance makes our course complete. HARRY F. BROWN Northwestern Mutual Life 134% Main - - - - Phone 340 One Hundred Nine THE " SPIRIT Florence Langford Gifts Masonie Building ALLEN т MOTOR т CO. x | CHEVROLET | F and BUICK | - Always Good | Used Cars FRANK THEIS DRUGGIST 217 Main St. - - - Ames, lowa Allan Machine Shop Iron, Steel and Woodwork Electric and Ecetylene Welding AMES, IOWA 394 Duff - - - Phone 529W Phone 395 5th Douglas — 12m ٦ | b m | е й Palmer Plumbing Co: Let Me Repair Your ШЕТ Pair of Shoes й А ў Shoes Dyed, also Polish and Laces 108 Hayward Ave. = PLUMBING AND HEATING Collegiate Shoe Service E ELECTRIC HOUSEHOLD | APPLIANCES H مت مہا‎ | . Phone 1091 - - - - Ames, Iowa 2524 Lincoln Way | i | 1 x Cholera Cannibalis Once a Sophomore was cast on an African shore Where a cannibal monarch held sway, And they served up that Sophomore on one slice of toast X IE On the eve of the very same day. | ۱ But vengeance of Heaven followed swift on the act | And before the next morning was seen, k | Fierce indigestion attacked the tribe For that “Soph.” was terribly green. One Hundred Ten AMES MIG EI elec) b Psalm of a Chem. Student Mr. Harms is my hoodoo, I shall not pass. He maketh me burn late the candle, and rise up at dawn in the morning. He calleth my bluff; he dubbeth me “fool,” and a “block-head,” and filleth me full of confusion. Yea, though I do all my lab experiments and falleth not down on the results, he maketh me foolish by chiding me much on my warblings. turned, and standeth cross-legged to bawleth me out. He seeth my tricks when his back's He maketh much fun of my excuses; he snorteth in wrath at my answers; he showeth me up. Truly, I'm right up against it, and am doomed to dwell here, now and forever. KNAPP MARTIN INSURANCE COMPANY Phone 109 DESI ELECTRIC CO: Everything Electrical 130 MAIN ST. ۶ ۵ COAL € FEED CO. GRAIN HAY Coal Stokers 203 Kellogg Avenue DAY or NIGHT W. H. Nutty Garage PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER Phone 35 - - - - 414 Main St. SHOES THAT SATISFY BAUGE SBOE CO AMES, IOWA Ask Any Man! And he'll say that the first thing he notices about a girl is her head and that soft, lustrous waves win his vote! RINGLET PERMANENT WAVE $3.50 Complete with Setting FIELDS BEAUTY SHOP Phone 1069 One Hundred Eleven A چا ےھ کے‎ ٥ 1 77 і y | EA € N " O Е —— — DRS. BUDGE FELLOWS 40515 Douglas Ave. Phone 107 DE. RICE DENTIST 3221, Main - - - - Phone 635 DR. R. D. FELDMAN DENTIST 32515 Main - - - Phone 535 OPTOMERIST Over Ames Bldg. Loan L. H. JUDISCH LAWYER 40814 Douglas Dh. F. E. ROBINSON SCHOENEMEN BROS. CO. Building Materials Lumber COAL Stokers West End of Main Street Phone 164 West Master Service Phone 1823 410 Grand AMES, IOWA Lindquist Cortney Formerly Wilson’s CLEANING DYEING Phone 1700‏ ={ وفع سے ارہ Hayward‏ 120 One Hundred Twelve DRS. CRAVEN CRAVEN CHIROPRACTORS Phone 544 - - - 20015 Main š DE. WALSH DENTIST Phone 33 DR. G. J. SNYDER DENTIST Ames Nat’l Bank Bldg. C. A. SMEDAL LAWYER 90615 Main - - - - Phone MARION HERSCHBERG LAWYER Ames National Bank Bldg. 311 Main Street AMES. IOWA EE‏ ا Munn Electric Co.‏ | United Food Stores LOWEST AVERAGE PRICE ORIGINATORS 229 Main St. 103 Welch Ave. DRAGOUN TRANSFER € STORAGE COMPANY —— Pr I 2 MÀ AMES HAGA SCHOOL Stenog’s Vacation (Sung by her Boss) My typists is oi hor vacution My trypist's owou fpr a week My trpust us in heur vacarion Wgile these damuk kews hudge and seek. Cjoras Oy, breng bazkt, bting baxkt Brung nec mu bonnie ty my, to mr, B) ng b$xj, b6ng, b8cx Bjing baxk m neinnino--om3 og helk? I've bought the newest creams and lotions Which, swear the ads, rouse men's emotions; I've tried each dental antiseptic Known to make boy-friends epileptic. My morey’s spent, now, and I’m sore. . . . I look just like I did before. To the Class ھ‎ “۹9 99 +۰ “You are the men and women to whom the world will look for leadership in the future. “We have watched you grow up. We know the kind of stuff in you. We believe it is in you that this State and Nation finds ereatest promise for a happy and prosperous future, “We welcome you to the ranks of those whose privilege it is to work for the up-building of our coun try. We will be proud to share with you the responsibilities of citizenship.’ TIEDEN 29 " Dependable Since 1869 " | x | One Hundred Thirteen | | | AAA Ула А ` AAA ы аа m IT A ameo. rG | | MERNE, 2:7 Here ís your copy of THE SPIRIT for 1936 It has been a genuine pleasure for us to put your an- nual into book form for you. We have done our level best to please you. No pains have been spared to make it exactly as you wanted it. We acknowledge the coöperation accorded us by Miss DeVaul, Miss Hiland, Mr. Smith, Mr. Arra- smith, Mr. Harms, and all the rest who met us more than half way in producing this book. We like it. We hope you do. Tribune Publishing Co. Ames, lowa THESE ENGRAVINGS were made by the Waterloo Engraving Service Co, Inc. Arts Crafts Building WATERLOO, IOWA One Hundred Fourteen ۰۱۰ " SCHOOL -----------жғ AUTOGRAPHS One Hundred. Fifteen L'Envoi HE stuff is writ— The ink is dry. The proof is read; The end is nigh. Now let us all Join in a shout: “Hip, hip! Hurrah! The Spirit’s out!” EEE ET EE ed аы

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