Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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— G салта ыы. Se. ЕА ЕЭ - ASAS Á UL T ia ийн CELL ид ee ee ЧҮ ЧҮЧҮ ОДА ИДИ СЪ И Г " ЫР ОГЫНА ЫЫЫ « Е ” uL - Р " -. Ј rt - SI ШЕ ТІШЕПТІ-ШІР ПОВЕТЕ За Memoriam P. W. MITCHELL ‘Nothing stays quite so long as that which goes.’ | І | — MOORE. —p-— Дук = се TT Sptrit Staff Back Row—R. Ray, CAINE, RICE, SHEARER, CHILDS, PEDERSEN, RUGGLES. Second Row—B. Jones, B. QUAIFE, SIMPSON, ÁTCHLEY, KERN, SIBERELL, J. WHITFIELD, PLAGGE, KILDEE Front Row—M. TayuLor, L. MinerRT, Lory, Roor, H. ALLEN, J. Tarr, CANNON, M. Coover, HUGHES. Editor | Assistant Editors Business Manager | Assistant Business Managers Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Managers Art Editor | | Assistant Art Editors Organization Editor Assistant Organization Editor Feature Editor Assistant Feature Editor Snapshot Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Boys’ Athletics Editor Girls’ Athletics Editor T'ypists Proof Readers Sponsors Кои r | | HERMANN ALLEN CHARLES Rice, Doris PLAGGE DOROTHY ROOT JOHN CHILDS, ROGER RAY | JEANNE TAFF LEON RUGGLES, BETTIJANE KERN | LISLE MINERT PHYLLIS SIMPSON, NORMAN PEDERSEN WINNIFRED CANNON DOROTHY SIBERELL BONITA LOYD MILDRED McILRATH .MERvIN COOVER BETTY QUAIFE ROBERT SHEARER KATHLEEN KILDEE . Вов Вапле | MABLE TAYLOR JEAN WHITFIELD, BETTY JONES Anick ATCHLEY. Dick CAINE, JUNE HUGHES Mr. Harms. Miss CANVIN | | 1 0189 110 STUNTS -4-22--1069 О О С 1 Ñs ИЕ WEB r AI ет питат ти T TEE ARN E E ЕСО A S hs x Saat лаж; s «222 А АЗ " A Ep б MR. FELDMAN, MR. VIFQUAIN, MR. EDWARDS, MR. MEEKER, SUPERINTENDENT LARSON, Мн. LOOT (President), Ме. HOWELL (Clerk). JORDAN L. LARSON VERNE M. YOUNG Superintendent Principal Seven әз ДЕ) ce Mr. LELAND BENZ MRs. FERNE GAUNT i Ж MR. Roscoe LORENZ Miss MarYE. STOAKS ЖАНЫ 222 K f VE: Á ) ) [LWW Sg tre -— Miss Epna BOWER MRs. LUCILLE GIBB Miss ALVIRA LUNSFORD 7 Mr. BERNARD SWEDELL AO V, rh BAS CAL . Miss ALPHA BRAUNWARTH Miss HENRIETTA GRONLID ед ва Miss HELEN MACKIN p - A . “үс = MR. J. FRANCIS TURNER Miss MADALENE CANVIN Miss HELEN HADISH ES Mks,,FLORA T. MILLER, 7 2 Р... aeq irt | š — Ma. K ENNETH WEL Dra RAR CAS а LS 2 Mr. RicHarp Day . ) À | ay 7-4 MR. JOHN HARMS س‎ € ) Miss ROWENA QUINN Miss Eva WHITE Қы” Mr. Ray DONELS A + jo. d Miss FERNE HARTSOOK Miss ELEANOR SELBY Miss Epna WILcox Mrs. GRACE ELLIOT H Miss Heten HUNTERA , be Detar УУ, Miss LELAH SPATZ А Miss Apa Woop | и | | Л Eme qM Ээ ——M 1 hus ч “м... М -am Senior Class History This 1s the Class of 37 broadcasting over Station A. H. S. We now present the news reports: September 1934 Flash! A number of green Sophomores invade the High School. They readily adapt themselves to their new surroundings and begin to take part in dramatics, music, debate, Girl Reserve, Hi-Y, ete. September 1935--J une 1936 The Junior Class has begun to realize its importance and has made its contribution in many different ways. Special News Bulletin! Roger Fritsch, June Hughes, Dean Berry and David Sayre are elected as the class officers. “Big Hearted Herbert” proves a smashing success due to the efforts of the cast and production staff! The Class wishes to take this time to express its appreciation to Miss Mackin and Miss Wilcox for their leadership and cooperation. September 1936--J une 1937 The Senior Class takes the school by storm! The group has completely come out of its shell and there's no stopping it, as shown by the students in their dramatic work, debate, music, scholarship, athletic, and literary ability. Special News Report! Charles O’ Neil, Betty Quaife, Winnifred Cannon, and Betty Morris are chosen to lead the class to the end of its high school days with the help of its sponsors Miss Hartsook and Miss Canvin. As June approaches and the Class of 37 reaches its goal, that of grad- uation, the group leaves the school with pleasant memories of the last three years. This is the Class of '37 broadeasting over Station A. H. S., now signing off— BETTY QUAIFE 37. ` MARY ELEDA ADams VI | R. JUNIOR BAKER Dick ALBAUGH Ú ru é DAvIp BALLARD سے .. HERMANN A. ALLEN OPAL EVELYN BALLARD h h = 7 — BoB ANDERSON 4% nl x BARBARA BATES , pk | | 6 ` AN |, 2 ЕХ“ HANNAH ANDERSON +4 LETHA BEHNKE | | ALICE ATCHLEY 7 Лл (At STANLEY BENBROOK манал Р. ROBERT M. F cb ©, RUSSELL H. BENEDICT == ( of х topEnT D' " BENNETT MARGUERITE BURROUGHS BRUCE C. BERESFORD ! . y RICHARD CAINE A 1) DEAN BERRY на T WINNIFRED CANNON GLADYS BLAIR 1 MARVIN A. BROWN Жал”? Прут MERVIN P. 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NICHOLS У rA ` - - ESTHERNPETERSON | y Bos Now Lin ¿GH ESTHER PHARES Max OLIVE ALTON POWERS SIGVARD OLSSON BETTY QUAIFE 2777) CHARLES O'NEIL BILL RIEDESEL AGATHA E. PANTENBURGOM MARIE RiLEY | и —— хн хе и г чек A % EM ane CCP NR AR WiLLARI ©, Ko ЕМЕК ІЛ?) | | | A ” ” 1; y? а BARBARA ЗМТТН Повотнут MaAy Root VIRGINIA C. STARKWEATHER DAVID SAYRE MARGARET P W SWANSON in 23 АЛ2 - NAOMI SCHUBERT v MARTÁA SWARTZ ` | ЖЕЛІ. SM А gU МЛ, Повотну SHUGART JEANNE TAFF , ж “- DOROTHY SIBERELL MABLE TAYLOR IONE THOMAS Bonita THOMPSON MILDRED VAN VLACK Bos THOMPSON 3 „АЛ JAY WAKELEY Anna Maris Unt “ c ПОД BETTY WARREN £ RUTH 1. UMBLE WILLARD WARREN Al P (А | , с M (4 f .. y 2 LOUIS VAN DER LINDEN HARLAND Hs WATSON r — Ф - P EDWIN VAN GUNDY y “Y UY VIRGIL WEEKS LAWRENCE H. Van VLAcK y MARYLEE WEIRICH L . | JEAN WELLIVER (GRACE WILDMAN А Ps Ж ) A 1 ‚ ® ГО ) Р A JOHN WENTZ 4” мм d y Ад 127 { Leo WILSON - £1 s К — | DALA W EST | | " y Е Оох ҰҰомах - - 5- -- qt MAXINE WHEELER . Mido Dick YOUNG to J ES NN HIfFIELD HOMAR YOUNG 1) M NED COOVER 11 A L RICHARD MASON Lors NOR o. Yard MAXINE NORLIN MORTON ORTON GLEN SILLS CAL Z BILL STAHLMAN. , —— - | E A а e Е % me i ж” че - " MU «ре i ` - K | 2 k 5 ы a á ль” u Junior Class History NOTHER JUNIOR CLASS has survived its sophomore year and is look- ing forward to its Senior year in 1938. We see the Juniors taking an important part in many phases of school life. Foot- ball and basketball show the outstanding athletic ability of several of our class- mates. Spring sports will probably show up many more. Club work has taken a great majority of the Class of '38. Most of us are partaking of the benefits obtained from Hi-Y and Girl Reserves, and many are showing individual talent and leadership in the Musie clubs, Dramatie Club, Art Club, and others. At the beginning of the year, the class picked its leaders for their Junior year. They seleeted Bob Shearer as their president, George Underwood as vice president, Bettijane Kern as secretary, and Kenneth West as treasurer. With the helping hand of the sponsors of the Class of '38, the class gave an excellent interpretation of the play, Life Begins at Sixteen. The cast played their parts well with the difficult roles falling on two able dramatic club members, Dick Gernes and Ora Clark. From the proceeds of this production, the Juniors entertained its upper- classmen, the Class of ’37, at the Junior-Senior Frolic. At this time, as spokesman for the Junior Class, I wish to thank the faculty, especially Miss Wileox and Miss Braunwarth, our sponsors, and all others for the cooperation shown towards us and the help they gave us in guiding us through these last two years in such a way as to make them last 1n our memory forever. Bos SHEAR ER 38. -- = жы ` Әсе чих s чара See “ ALL Junior Class Цэл 4 " 11113157 сета ------- --------- -------------.-...--....- —a -... ph. — a — — - —— Tc " ... . .......... Back Row—Asng, CHILDS, E. ALLEN, J. BUCK, BEST, R. ALLEN. BATEMAN Second Row—BARKER, ÁMUNDSON, BECHTEL, Ë. CHRISTENBEN, BLACKSTEN, CARTER , BEACH. Front Row—AHRENS, CHAVIS, BUTLER, BOWMAN, BATES, A. ANDERSON, BYRNES. Back Row—C. Cox, COUGHENOWER, CLYDE, E. Cox, R. CLARK, CUE, M. CHRISTENSEN, E. DAVIS. Second Row—V. Davis, C. CHRISTENSEN, O. CLARK, DEMING, G. CLARK. Front Row—K. CooPER, CRoNAN, W. Cox, D. CuNNINGHAM, B. Davis, BERGE, M. CRAIG, DuDGEON. Twenty Three J)‏ س TOT Junior Class Lr 9c - с A OO 1177 АТ Back Row—D. GILCHRIST, J. FERGUSON, FULMER, ERICKSON, EMERSON, FRIEST, ENSE. Second Row—L. FERGUSON, À. GIBB, GERNES, ERWIN, GALLOWAY, GEIGER. Front Row—V. FRAZIER, DUNNING,GHRIST, GERDES, FALL, FARNI, FRIEDRICH, J. GILCHRIST. Back Row—KkvrNER, KataH, A. GnINSTEAD, HILLMER, Jav, H. Hua, F. KING. Second Row—Heprick, W. Jones, LANNING, HUMMEL, HAMILTON, Front Row—KNuras, G. JONES, KIRKPATRICK, HARVEY, A. KING, KERN, GILMAN, P. JOHNSON. Twenty Four Pd n a p ие ALL Junior Class Back Ri nr MADISON, K. Moran, D. Mixerr, Le Seur, K. MCDONALD, J. MITCHELL, E. LINDQUIST. Second Row—LicGHr, McHone, Mixsorr, MclLratH, McDoweLL, M. Morris, W. MITCHELL. Front Row— E. MILLER, M. MILLER, M. MORGAN, MENTEN, Lerri, Loomis, M. LINDQUIST, MOORE. ВасЕ Кошю--Мүенв, R. Ray, Orr, J. O'NEIL, С. Огяох, G. REYNOLDS, PEDERSEN Second Row—D. OLsox, MonnissEY, M. REED, A. PETERSON, MYRTLE NELSEN, RADCLIFFE, Front Row—REDDY, NICHOL, PLAGGE, PRUITT, PENNEY, C. NELSON, MORRISON, MARGUERITE NELSON. w Twenty Five —— LY ъв а ES 00 U 1—0 gm POF Junior Class) пч -— wur. GE қ Ж.» луы ñ d = ч T Back Row—ScHarEr, E. Ross, SCHEUERMAN, J. TAYLOR, STOVER, R. SILLS, W. SHOCKLEY. Second Row—SHOEN, D. SMITH, SHEARER, RICE, ROTHACKER, RUGGLES, J. RIEDESEL Front Row—R1GGs, SHIPP, SEVERSON, A. RICHARDSON, RHEA, STANGE, G. RICHARDSON, SPRATT. Back Row—WiLLcox, UNDERWOOD, WINKLEPLBCK, TEETER, K. Taytor, J. Jonnson, Tice, K. West. Second Row—TrRow, WELLHOUSE, SWEARINGEN, ZANG, ZIMMERMAN. Front Row—WALLACE, B. TAYLOR, SWEENEY, D. YOUNG, Van Scor, WALLER, WRIGHT, W HITESIDE Twenty Six Sophomores . 1 . —e s — 3 PS SA ы = | ) D Ls History of the Sophomore Class IGHT MONTHS and twenty-one days ago the Sophomores brought forth into this school a new class, conceived in Central and Welch and dedicated to the proposition that all classes are not created equal. Now we are engaged in a great contest, testing whether this class, or any class so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We have come to tell our reasons for believing that this class will long endure. The class showed fine promise in athleties. “R. C.” Mulhall was given a berth on the football team and was awarded a major letter. Randall Trotter had similar success in basketball. Prominent in the Dramatie and Debate Clubs were other members of the sophomore class. Ronald Ross had a part in the cast of the Dramatic Club's fall play, The Outsider. Richard MeCarthy was elected a member of the National Forensic League in recognition of his work in debate. Many Sophomores won places in Mixed Chorus and Glee Clubs. Band and Orchestra also claimed many sophomores. Would-be journalists found places in the Cubs’ Club, gaining worthwhile experience as they helped the senior journalism classes gather news for the Web. The world will little note, nor long remember, what we have said here, but it ean never forget what we did here. KATHLEEN KILDEE 39. =a ДИ ` — WEE UE MM A eee AST Sophomore Class Back Row—J. ANDERSON, BACON, BUSH, BUTLER, CANADY, D. BROWN, ABBOTT, BLANDIN, BRAUN. Second Row—D. ANDERSON, Barnp, R. BERESFORD, BURHAM, CARTY, BROOKER, M. ANDERSON. Front Row— CAMERON, G. BUCK, ANFINSON, А. CAREY, BROUHARD, O. BARNES, R. Bares, K. BENBROOK. jack Row—DEVORE, CrRosLEY, COLLINS, G. COOVER, CassaDy, R. CHRISTENSEN Second Row—DoubLeY, Duxacan, B. Cooper, L. Cox, M. Cue, D. Downs, M. CROCKER, DUVALL. Front Row—Coy, M. Davis, Deat, I. Downs, COLE, C. Davis, CHITTY, J. CLEMENTS. Twenty Nim 4 — 2) —– 10 Сә — — -—— — —]-» | --- ам A A e E De کاس‎ i ЭЭ? Sophomore Class Back Row—FULLER, FLACK, B. GRINSTEAD, EICHLING, FRENCH, C. FLOGSTAD, GRIMES, A. FLETCHER. Чесопа Роч--ОЕнНокт, В. Кіллв, N. GILCHRIST, S. FRANGOS, GEATAGANAS, DEVALOIS. Front Row—RuTH ERICKSON, P. FRANGOS, GIESE, HARTMAN, M. HARRISON, FENLEY, FIRKINS, M. FRANGOS. Back Row—KAUFFMAN, JOHNSTON, HEGGEN, KRESS, KENNEDY, KELSO, C. GIBB, LAPP, IVERSON, Second Row—G. JOHNSON, HIMMEL, HEIN, HENDRICKSON, B. JONES, KILDEE, HUNTER, LEACH, C. HALL. Front Row—L. Koontz, HoLmEs, LEININGER, HUFFMAN, KIRBY, KONEMANN, J. Hua, D. JOHNSON, LARSON. Thirty АН Sophomore Class Back Row— MizE, MULHALL, MALLORY, MCCARTHY, MORTVEDT, MATSEN, MCGEE, LINDER Second RKow—MENzE, MERRICE, B. NicuoLs, Morrison, Н. Мокслх, MATHISON, G. MILLER Front Row— LITTLE, LEVINE, M. MILLER, McCELYEA, MezvissKy, М. МсОохлът, NICHOLSON, NEWHOUSE. Back Row—PvrrETT, ÜvERGARD, QuixN, W. O'NzriL, OsnonN, D. PETERSON, M. Rav, PoLHEMUS Second Row—PALEY, PARK, OSBORNE, PERRY, M. Reap, M. PETERSON, M. Ors oN, C. O'NEIL, J. O'NEIL. Front Row—PAUuLSON, OVERLAND, RKEINBERGER, RAGSDALE, D. QvairE, E. PANTENBURG, B. OLIve, Rapp, REYNOLDS. Thirty One = Ae вь.. — FIT Sophomore Class х. гай 2.....»! ЖОЕТУҮТ 42317 2 2.52 1771 à. t ? . + " v 2 г = 931 153 Back Row—SKERRY, SEXAUER, R. SILLS, STAFFORD, RONNINGEN, Ковьхаом, STEINBERG, M. TAYLOR. Second Row—J. Swanson, M. Ross, R. Ross, SPRINGER, B. SCHUBERT, SPECK, RINEHART. Front Row—RUNNELLS, SHOCKLEY, Roop, SCHWEIGER, SAMPSON, RINGENNBERG, STRA IN, M. Tarr. Back Row—TRUESDELL, R. WARREN, WETTELAND, R. Tripp, TROTTER, V. WARREN, A. Trrpp, D. WEBB. Second Row—Unr, YODER, H. WEBB, YETTER, VANCE, WILLIAMS, WiLsoN, D. THOMPSON, ULLESTAD. Front Row - Y EOMANS, WRIGHT, М. WHITFIELD, 5. WEEKS, WORTMAN, Woop, J. WILLIAMS, WATERS, M. WILLIAMS. Thirty Two AH Individual Activity Record ADAMS, MARY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2; G. а A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Quill and Scroll 3; Web Staff 3; Ser vice Committee 3. ALBAUGH, DICK Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Manager 1. ALLEN, HERMANN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Madrigal 1, 3; Quartette 1; та 1, 2, 3; President 2; Student Council 2; SPIRIT Staff 3; Editor 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Web Staff 5; Home Room President 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2; Banner Com- mittee 2, 3; Assembly Committee 2; Science Club 3; Pep Band 2, 3. ANDERSON, ROBERT Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Intramural 1, 2, 3; Intramural Manager 2. ANDERSON, HANNAH Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Mixed Срещи 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Vice President 3; ене 3; Band 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Girl Reserve Finance Committee 3. ATCHLEY, ÁLICE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic e 2,3; Art Director 3; National Thespian 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Librarian 2; Vice President 3; Madrigal 2 Sextette 1; Pep Club 2, 3; G. A. A. 2,3; V a 1; Basketball 3; SPIRIT Staff 3: Proof Reader 3; Home Room Vice President 1; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2; The Outsider Cast 3; Growing Pains Production Staff 2; The Copper- head Production Staff 2; Social Committee 3. BAILIE, ROBERT Hi-Y 1, 2. 3: Cabinet 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1; SPIRIT Staff 3; Sports Editor 3; Web Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. BAKER, JUNIOR Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Secretary 3; Home ee Intramural Manager 2; Amateur Sports Hobby Group 1, 2, 3; Fire Team : BALLARD, oye EY eee 2, BALLARD, ДН! Girl Reserve 2, 3. BATES, BARBARA Girl Reserve 1, 2,3; G. A. A. 1; Volleyball 1; Basketball 1. BEHNKE, LETHA Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2. BENBROOK, се г Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Librarian 3; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. BENEDICT, RUSSELL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2; Secretary 2; Home Room Activity Director 3; Home Room Athletic Director 3; Science Club 1; Photography Club 2, 3. BENNETT, ROBERT Hi-Y 1.2.3. Thirty-Three 4—20 — 0с ee 4—20 — 0 FTP BERESFORD, BRUCE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; President 3; Intramural 1, 2, 3; Badminton Champion 3. BERRY, DEAN Hi-Y 2, 3; Quartette 2, 3; Band 2, 3; President 3; National Honor Society 3; Home Room Activity Director 2; Vice President 3; Junior Class Secretary 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2 BLAIR, GLADYS Girl Reserve 1, 2,3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2; Art Club 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2 BLOOMBERG, I; VELYN Girl Reserve 2, 3. Brown, MARVIN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Football 2, 3; Art Club 1. BuRNETT, BARBARA Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatie € nip 1, 2,3; Publicity Manager 2 Treasurer 3; National Thespian Society 2, 3; 2 Forensic ped 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2, 3; Band 3; Art Club 1; National Honor Society 3; Quill and Seroll 3; Web Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 1; Chrysanthemum Production Staff 2; Growing Pains Pro- duction Staff 2; The Copperhead Production Staff 2; The Outsider Production Staff 3; Declamatory 1; Cubs’ Club 1, 2. BURROUGHS, MARGUERITE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; President 3; Vice President 3; Dramatic Club 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Art Club 1; Vice President 1; Student Council 2; Treasurer 2; Sprrit Staff 2; Assistant Editor 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Secretary 3; Quill and Seroll 2, 3; Secretary and Treasurer 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Vice Е о 2; Home Room President 2; The Out- sider Production Staff 3; Grinnell Press Convention 2. CAINE, RICHARD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Vice President 1, 2; President 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Librarian 2; Orchestra 1; Football 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2 Vice President 2; Sein Staff 2, 3: Assistant Business Manager 2; Proof Reader 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room President 1, 2; Vice President 1; Judge of Student Court 2; Fire Chief 3: Awards Committee 1, 2, 3; Chairman 2; Assembly Committee 2. CANNON, личен, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Costume Mistress 3; National Thespian Society 2, 3; Vice President 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club 3; G. A. A. 3; Art Club Т. SPIRIT Staff 3; frc OH Editor 3; Senior Senate 3; Secretary 3; National Honor Society 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Secretary and Treasurer 2; Home Room Activity Director 3; Senior Class Secretary 3; Growing Pains Cast 2; The Copperhead Produetion Staff 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2; The Outsider Producion Staff 3. CLAPP, LUCILLE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Home Room Secretary 2; Junior Senior Frolie Program Commuttee 2. CLARK, RAY Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Secretary 1, 2, 3; Football Manager 2, 3; Basketball Manager Thirty Four x x x | ЖЛЕ, ЖАРА, ӨЕ... БЕ O A Y 0591 н =. 2, 3; Student Council 2; Chairman Publicity Committee 2; Home Room President 2; Track Manager 2. Coover, MERVIN Boulder, Colo. 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Chairman Science Club 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; President 3; Glee Club 2 А. etary 2; SPIRIT Staff 3; Snapshot Editor 3; Web Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Braduetion Staff 2; Science Club 3; President 3; Fire Team 3 COOVER, NED Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 3; Golf 1; Home Room Secretary 1. COUNTRYMAN, CAROLYN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Sextette 2; Volleyball 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Voeal Training 3. CRAIG, UH ш HEY 1.2. CROCKER, THOMAS Washington, D. C. 1, 2; Hi-Y 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Student Counel 1; Web Staff 3; Home Room President 1; Cradle Song Cast and Pro- duction Staff 1; Growing Pains Cast 2. CRUMP, RUTH Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. CUNNINGHAM, GLEN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; Stage Manager 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 3; Glee Club 1, 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1; Intramural Manager 1; Big Hearted Herbert Cast and Production Staff 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 2; The Copperhead Production Staff 2. DAHL, MARVIN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2: ÓN 129-9 " DE КОБЕ, DOROTHY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Vocal Training Class 3; Tumbling 3. DELAMORE, eee Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2. De Vries, MARGARET Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1 DILLON, EDITH Cedar Rapids 1, 2; Girl Reserve 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Home Room Secretary 3. Dopps, HELEN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. DuITcH, SYLVIA Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 3; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2. FELDMAN, Lovis Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; President 3; National Thespian Society 2: 3: Band 1, 2, 3; Student Director 2; Orchestra 2; Football Trainer 3; Student Council 2: Home Room President 2; Home Room Intramural Director 1; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2; The Copperhead Cast 2; The Outsider Production Staff 3; Chrysanthemum Cast 2; Cubs' Club 1; Intramural 1, 2, 3; Science Club 3; Fire Team 3. FiscHER, FRED Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Photography Group Leader 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Thirty Five 1—20 — 00 g pu — - - E! s. - 1 4—20 — 0% 927 Band 1, 2, 3; Librarian 3; Orchestra 3; Home Room Secretary 3; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2. FLOGSTAD, BERNICE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2; Volleyball 1, 2; Art Club 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3. FLAHIVvE, DOROTHY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Foster, BOB Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Varsity Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1; Intramural Manager 1, 2; Home Room Athletic Director 2; Intramural 1, 2, 3. FRAZIER, Фоно: гну МАЕ Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; С. А. А. 1,2,5; Vice Presi- dent 3; G. A. A. Council 3; Vice President 3; V Que vball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Home Room Secretary 2; Big Hearted Herbert Pro- duction Staff 2; Assembly Committee 2; Service Committee 3. FRAZIER, JERRY Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; President 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Te nnis 1, 2. 3; Student Council 3; Secretary 3; SPIRIT Staff 2; Assistant Advertising Manager 2; Senior Senate 3; Home Room Vice President 1; Home Room Activity Director 2; Home Room President 3; Big Hearted Herbert Pro- duction Staff 2. FnrrscH, ROGER Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; National Thespian Society 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Home Room Vice President 1; Home Room President 1, 2; Junior Class President 2; Death Takes a Holiday Cast 2; Growing Paints Cast 2: Chrysanthemum Cast 2; The Copperhead Cast 2; The Outsider Production Staff 3; Service Committee Е иер (С) DOES 2- Chairman 2; Intramural Basketball and Ping Pong 1, 2, 9. GOWEN, ELAINE Princeton High School, Princeton, New Jersey 1, 2; Girl Reserve 5. GUNDER, FRANCES Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3. HALL, MARY Girl Reser ye 1, 2, 3; Dramatie Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Madrigal 1, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; ee Club 2; Student Council 2; Web Staff 3; Home Room President 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 2; The Copperhead Production Staff 2. HELMICK, MARY ALICE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; С. А. A. Council 1; Volleyball 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 11752: Hickok, Howanp Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Football Trainer 3; Golf 1, 2,3; Home Room Vice President 1; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2 - Growing Pains Cast 2: The Copperhead Cast 2; The Outsider Production Staff 3; Intramural Baseball 1, 2, 3; Intramural Ping Pong 1, 2. HOLMES, WILLIAM Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3. HOLMGREN, BETTY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Vocal Training 3. Thirty Six AH AAA HOLM, JOSEPH Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Debate Club 1, 2; National Forensie League 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Art Club 1; Web Staff 3. HUGHES, JUNE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; President 3; Sextette 2; Pep Club 2, 3; С. А. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Student Council 1; Өрївїт Staff 3; Copyreader 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room President 1; Junior Class Vice President 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. ILLEMAN, ROBERT HEVA JONES, BETTY Girl Reserve 1, 2,3: Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club 3; G. A. A. 2. 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Student Council 2; Chairman Social Committee 2; SPrRIT Staff 3; Tvpist 3; National Honor Society 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Activity Director 1; Home Room President 2; De- elamatorv 1; Assembly Committee 1; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2. JONES, CLYDE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Student Council 3; President 3; Senior Senate 3; Home Room Intramural Manager 2; Home Room Vice President 2; Home Room President 3; Awards Committee 1; Social Committee 1; Citizenship Committee 3; Chairman 3. JONES, GLADYS Maxwell 1; Girl Reserve 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Web Staff 3; Vocal Training 3. KELLEHER, BETTY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Pep Club 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2,3; Basketball 1, 2,3; Library Club 1; Student Council 1, 2; Treasurer 1; Web Staff 3; Home Room Vice President 1; Home Room President 1, 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. KoosNrz, PAUL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Home Room Vice President 1; Home Room Activity Director 3; Science Club 2. KRUMHOLZ, Davy Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Library Club 2, 3; Web Staff 3. LAYMAN, Roy Hi-Y 1.2.3. LEFFLER, Mary Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Secretary and Treasurer 2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. LELAND, GLENN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 2, 3. Lone, MARJORIE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Secretary and Treasurer 2; G. A. A. 1, 2; Volleyball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Clarinet Quartette 2, 3. LOUNSBERRY, ELINOR JANE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Librarian 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3. Тотъ, BONITA Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Sprrit Staff 3; Feature Editor 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Secretary 2. Thirty Seven -—JU—Uc 41—20 — 00 9257 McLAUGHLIN, RICHARD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Football 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 1. МюАСНАК, Jo Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Assistant Costume Mistress 1; Co-Art Director 2; Secretary 3; National Thespian Society 2, 3; Treasurer 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Treasurer 2; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; President 3; G. A. A. Couneil 3; President 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Golf 3; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 1; Student Council 3; Vice President 3; President 3; Senior Senate 3; Home Room Activity Director 1; Home Room Secretary 1; Home Room Vice President 2; Home Room President 3; Cradle Song Cast 1; Growing Pains Cast 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 1; The Copperhead Cast and Production Staff 2. MARTIN, VIRGINIA | Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary 3; С. А. А. 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2; Citizenship Committee 3. Mason, RICHARD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2 Home Room Secretary 1. MERRILL, IRVING Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Debate Club 2, 3; President 3; National Thespian Society 3; National Forensic League 2, 3; Vice President 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; President 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2; The Outsider Cast 3; Science Club 1; Photography 1, 2, 3; District Solo Contest; С. А. Е. History Medal 2; State Winner in American History 2. MEYERS, MARY JANE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Library Club 1, 2, 3; President 2; Home Room Vice President 3. MILLER, JEANNE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Vice President 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. Council 2; Social Chairman 2; Volley- ball 1, 2, 3; Manager 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Student CouncH 3- Senior Senate 3: Web Staff 3; Home Room Secretary 1; Home Room Activity Director 2; Home Room President 3. MILLER, MURIEL Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3. MINERT, LISLE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 3; Art Club 1, 2; SPIRIT Staff 2, 3; Assistant Art Editor 2; Art Editor 3; Cubs' Club 1. MOORMAN, WANDA G irl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Vice President 3; President 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Library Club 2, 3; Secretary 2; Program Chairman 5; Student Council 2; National Honor Society 3; Home Room Vice President 1; Home Room Presi- dent 2; Growing Pains Cast 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2; Chairman Service Committee 2; Student Adviser of Central Girl Reserve 3. Morris, Berry Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Librarian 2; Glee Club 1; Art Club 1; Senior Senate 3; National Honor Society 3; Web Statt 5; Senior Class Treasurer 3; The Copperhead Production Staff 2; Growing Pains Produc- tion Staff 2. Thirty Eight o — AA و " — Morris, MILLIE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Volley- ball 1, 2; Art Club 1, 3; Secretary 1; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Home Room Secretary 1; Cradle Song Cast 1; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2; The Copper- head Production Staff 2; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 1; Tom Sawyer Production Staff 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 2; Publicity Committee 1, 2. Moses, RONALD North Grant 1; Football 2, 3; Home Room Activity Director 2; Hi-Y 2, 3. NEFF, WILSON Hi-Y 1, 2, 5; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Assistant Business Manager 2; National Thespian Society 3; Football 3; Intramural Manager 1; Sprrit Staff 2: Assistant Editor 2; Quill and Seroll 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2; The Copperhead Cast 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 2; The Out- sider Cast 3; Chrysanthemum Production Staff 2; Publicity Committee 1; Football and Basketball Trainer 2; Intramural 1, 2, 3. NICHOLS, ROBERT Hi-Y 1,2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. NORDEEN, Lois Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1. Nowin, BoB Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Band 1; Orchestra 1; Student Council 1, 2; Home Room Vice President 1; Home Room President 2. OLIVE, MAX Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Home Room Secretary 2. OLSSON, SIGVARD Hi-Y 3. O'NEIL, CHARLES Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatie Club 3; Glee Club 2; Student Couneil 1; Senior Senate 3; President 3; Home Room President 1; Senior Class President 3; The Outsider Production Staff 3. ORTON, MORTON Hi-Y 3. PANTENBURG, ÁGATHA | Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. PEET, HARTWELL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Secretary and Treasurer 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Intramural Director 3; Home Room Secretary 3; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2; Science Club 2; 3, Intramural 1, 2, 3. PETERSON, ESTHER Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Home Room Activity Director 2. PHARES, ESTHER Girl Reserve 2, 3. Powers, ALTON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural 1, 2, 3. QUAIFE, Berry Gul Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatie Club 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Glee Club 1; Pep Club 3; Secretary 3; Sprriv Staff 2, 3; Junior Editor 2; Senior Editor 3; Senior Senate 3; Vice President 3; Home Room Secretary and Treasurer 3: Senior Class Vice President 3; Growing Pains Cast 2; Big Hearted Herbert Thirty Nine w = " me ид» Ə тична) тө ЛЕР озове ее шы чле «ап -----5 -г ? зе - 41—20 — 0% a = | of | -і-Х-7о РИ cast 2; The Copperhead Production Staff 2; The Outsider Production Staff 3; Citizenship Committee 2; Service Committee 3. RIEDESEL, BILL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 3; Home Room Vice President 2; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3. RILEY, MARIE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Poster Committee. ROEMER, WILLARD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Drum Major 3; Pep Band 3. Коот, Покотну Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Business Manager 2; Vice President 2; National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; President 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 2; Volleyball 2; Sprrit Staff 2, 3; Assistant Business Manager 2; Business Manager 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; Treasurer 3; Quill and Scroll 2, 3; Vice President 3; Web Staff 3; Cradle Song Cast 1; Death Takes a Holiday Production Staff 1; Growing Pains Cast and Production Staff 2; Chrysanthemum Production Staff 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2; The Outsider Production Staff 3; The Copper- head Production Staff 2; Tournament Play Coach 3. SAYRE, DAVID Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Electrician 3; Debate Club 1, 2, 3; Presi- dent 2; National Thespian Society 3; National Forensic League 1, 2, 3; President 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Secretary and Treasurer 3; Glee Club 1, 2; National Honor Society 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Vice President 1; Junior Class Treasurer 2; Growing Pains Cast 2; The Outsider Cast and Production Staff 3: Science Club 2, 3; Vice President 3; Camerman for School Movie 3. SCHUBERT, NAOMI Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Base- ball 1; Library Club 2; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. SHUGART, DOROTHY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 3; Volleyball 3; Manager 3; Art Club 3. SIBERELL, DOROTHY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; Pep Club 2, 3; Treasurer 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3; Baseball 2, 3; Student Council 3; Secre- tary 3; Awards Committee 3; Chairman 3; Spirit Staff 3; Assistant Or- ganization Editor 3; Senior Senate 3; Home Room Vice President 2; Home Room President 3; Death Takes a Holiday Cast 1; Big Hearted Herbert Pro- duction Staff 2; Growing Pains Cast 2; The Copperhead Production Staff 2; Declamatory 1. SILLS, GLEN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3; Football 1, 2, 3. SIMPSON, PHYLLIS Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatie Club 1, 2; Art Director 2; Debate Club 1; National Thespian Society 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3; Presi- dent 3; Cheer Squad 1; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Art Club 1; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3; Manager 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Spirit Staff 3; Assistant Art 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Activity Director 2; The Copperhead Cast and Production Staff 2; The Cradle Song Cast and Production Staff 1. Forty A AAA IA E L ASAS s... ` Í j. — ——— ———K.——-——— üU... (sai A nn? o)D)n) ))9DDmnmeuum An TA o . SMITH, BARBARA Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Glee Club 3; Art Club 3; Library Club 3; Home Room Secretary 3; Cradle Song Cast 1; Growing Pains Pro- duction Staff 2. STAHLMAN, BILL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4; Activity Director 2. STARKWEATHER, VIRGINIA Girl Reserve 3; Orchestra 3. SWANSON, MARGARET Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. SWARTZ, MARTHA С. А. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Manager 2; Baseball 1, 2; Web Staff 3. TAFF, JEANNE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 2; National Thespian Society 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. Council 1; Treasurer 1; Volleyball 1; Basketball 2; Student Council 1; Citizenship Chairman 1; Sprrit Staff 2, 3; Assistant Advertising Manager 2; Adver- tising Manager 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; Vice President 3; Quill and Scroll 2, 3; President 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room President 1; Cradle Song Cast 1; The Copperhead Cast 2; Growing Pains Production Staff 2; The Out- sider Production Staff 3; Big Hearted Herbert Production Staff 2. TAYLOR, MABLE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Pep Club 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Secretary and Treasurer 2; G. A. A. Council 2; Volleyball 3; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Library Club 2; Program Chairman 2; SPIRIT Staff 3; Girls Athletic Editor 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Secretary 1; Awards Com- mittee 2. THOMAS, IONE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Web Staff 4. THOMPSON, BONITA Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Library Club 2, 3; Tumbling 3. THOMPSON, Bos Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Home Room Secretary and Treasurer 1, 2; Intramural Manager 3; Science Club 2. UHL, ANNA MARIE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Tumbling 3. UMBLE, Кстн Girl Reserve 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Band 3. VAN DER LINDEN, LOUIS Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Vice President 2; Quartette 1; National Honor Society 3; Web Staff 3; Home Room Vice President 3; Cradle Song Cast 1; Big Hearted Herbert Cast 2; Track 2; Science Club 2, 3; Seeretary and Treasurer 2, 3; Intramural 1. Van Gunpy, EDWIN Hi-Y 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Band 3. Forty One 41—20 — 00 -і-Х- Оо PSU VAN VLACK, LAWRENCE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Secretary 3; Library Club 3; Home Room Secre- tary 2; Home Room Aetivity Director 3. VAN VLACK, MILDRED Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Dramatie Club 2, 3; Librarian 3; National Thespian Society 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Librarian 3; T'he Outsider Cast 3; Service Committee 2. WAKELEY, JAY Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Intramural Manager 3; Cubs’ Club 2; Home Room Activity Director 2; Home Room Intramural Manager 3; Social Committee 3. WARREN, BETTY Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. WARREN, WILLARD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. Watson, HARLAND Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2. WEEKS, VIRGIL Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Intramural 1. WEIRICH, MARYLEE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2; Glee Club 3. WELLIVER, JEAN Girl Reserve 2, 3. WENTZ, JOHN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; President 2; Stage Manager 3; National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Student Director 3: Sophomore Editor 1; National Honor Society 2, 3; President 3; Quill and Seroll 3; Web Staff 3; Sprrir 1; Sophomore Editor 1; Editor 3; Home Room Vice President 3; Cradle Song Cast 1; The Copperhead Cast 2; The Outsider Cast and Production Staff 3; Chrysanthemum Cast 2; Brass Sextette 2, 3; School Movie 2, 3; Titler 2; Photographer 3; Intramural Ping Pong 1, 2, 5. West, DALE Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Art Club 3; President 3; Home Room Activity Director 2; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3. WHEELER, MAXINE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 1. WHITFIELD, JEAN Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Historian 2; Orchestra 2, 3; Librarian 2: G. A. A. 3; Volleyball 1; Sprriv Staff 3; Typist 3. WILDMAN, GRACE Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Cubs’ Club 1. WILSON, Гео Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3. YEOMAN, DON Ea eer YOUNG, DICK Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Manager 2, 3; Home Room Intramural Director 2; Home Room Activity Director 2; Intramural 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Awards (Committee 3. Forty Two DRSANIZATIDNS -ACTIVITIES ا ж w] Эв ) АЦ, National Honor Society JOHN WENTZ . i - . President JEANNE LAFF | | | | | | Vice President MARGUERITE BURROUGHS . | | | Secretary [DDOROTH Y Ri MOT . š i В | : - Treasurer T n BE CHOSEN a member of the National Honor Society Is to receive one ot the highest honors Ames High may give to a student. Character, leader- ship, service, and scholarship are the personal traits that must be outstanding to merit one's membership. In addition one must be in the upper one-fourth of his elass scholastically. Selections for membership are made three times from each class, once at the end of the junior year and twice during the senior year, five per cent being admitted each time. Meetings are held every two weeks, business meetings alternating with social. This organization strives to promote better school spirit and cooperation. This year it again sponsored the Junior Red Cross drive and conducted a special cam- paign to raise money for the Ohio Valley flood victims. JOHN WENTZ 37. sack Row—Canwnon, B. Morris, BURNETT, Moorman, B. JONES. Second Rou— VAN DER LINDEN, CAINE, H. ALLEN, SAYRE, Berry, MERRILL. Front Row—Roor, J. Tarr, Miss Mackin, Mıss Sparz, WENTZ, BURROUGHS, Forty Five 4 — 2) — 10 Сә | x 41—20 — 00 Back Row—MERRILL, SAYRE, McCarruy, Houm. Front Row— BYRNES, BURNETT. National Forensic League DAVID SAYRE . . : . | | ) President IRVING MERRILL | : | | я Vice President BARBARA BURNETT : : : . Secretary JOSEPH HoLmMs . 1 l 1 : ' Treasurer HE PURPOSE OF this nation-wide league is to promote the interests of interscholastie debate, oratory, and publie speaking by encouraging a spirit of fellowship and by conferring upon deserving candidates a worthy badge of distinction. At present this organization includes only members who have been elected through outstanding work in debate. Several members have received the degree of Merit for 15 points; the degree of Honor for 30 points; the degree of Excellence for 60 points; and now hold the highest degree, that of Distinction for 100 points. су IRVING MERRILL 37. Forty Sir АН National Thespian Society DorotHy Roor . | : : : ! President WINNIFRED CANNON . : | Vice President ORA CLARK . | : ; | : Secretary JO МАСКА E Р . : : 4 - Treasurer CI HE THESPIAN TROUP of Ames Senior High School was organized 1n 1932 with fourteen charter members. The purpose of the society 1s to encourage and to aid dramatics in high schools. It is composed of eighteen high school students who have earned their membership by extensive work in the production of one and three act plavs given by the Dramatie Club. Officers were elected at the beginning of the year. Throughout the year the Thespians broadeasted several plays, made a trip to Des Moines to see a play presented there, and saw a presentation of a play by the lowa State Players. They enjoyed two dinners and a picnic at the Ledges. New members were elected at the end of the year to carry on the ideals " work, applieation, and loyalty” next year. ORA CLARK 38. Back Row—GERNES, MERRILL, WENTZ, ERIT8CH, SAYRE, FELDMAN, NEFF. Second Row—J. Tarr, PLAGGE, SIBERELL, ATCHLEY, SIMPSON, BURNETT. Front Row—O. CLARK, Root, CANNoN, MACRAE, M. VANVLACK. Forty Seven 4—20 — 00 n amn a a 8 | ә 4—D-UN Back Row— CAINE, WENTZ, NEFF. Second Row—M. TAYLOR, BURROUGHS, H. ALLEN, ROOT, J. TAFF. Front Row—B. JoNES, CANNON, Miss Canvin, Miss Witcox,. BuRNETT, ADAMS. Quill and Scroll JEANNE ТАЕЕ . : | | | . President DorotHy Roor . | | . Vice President MARGUERITE BURROUGHS . | Secretary- Treasurer UILL AND SCROLL is an international honorarv society for high school journalists. It was founded for the purpose of encouraging and rewarding individual achievement in journalistic fields. The Ames chapter is made up of students who have done outstanding work on one of the schools publications, the Web or the SPIRIT. To become a member of Quill and Scroll, a student must be of at least junior standing; he must be in the upper one-third of his class scholastically; he must have done distinctive work in some field of journalism; he must be recommended by the faculty sponsor of the publication; and he must be approved by the in- ternational officer. % JEANNE LAFF ’37. Forty Eight The Web NEW PLAN for the Web was inaugurated this year by the journalism class = under the sponsorship of Miss Alpha Braunwarth. A weekly Web page was published in the Ames Daily Tribune. All of the material was written and copy-read by the students. The regular Web was published once a month. АП work, including reporting, copy-reading, proof-reading, headline writing, make- up, and soliciting for advertising, was done by the journalism class. All positions on the staff were changed for each issue of the Web, giving every- one a chance to learn the duties connected with each office. Members of the class worked at the Milepost before each publication of the paper, thus obtaining practical experience in the actual mechanies of newspaper printing. в)” od » BETTY MORRIS Back Rou—CAINE, T. CROCKER, PEET, SAYRE, H. ALLEN, M. COOVER, WENTZ, MERRILL. Third Row—vawn DER LINDEN, BuRNETT, CANNON, M. SWANSON, B. JONES, LEFFLER, ADAMS, SWARTZ, NEFF. Second Row—J. Tarr, THOMAS, LOYD, HALL, J. MILLER, SIMPSON, HOLMGREN, HUGHES, ROOT. Front Row—Burroucas, M. TAYLOR, B. Morris, G. Jones, Miss BRAUNWARTH, KELLEHER, KRUMHOLZ, LOUNSBERRY. Forty Nine -і-2-- Оо 41—20 — 0с Back Rowu w—R. RAY, LIGHT, C. O'NEIL, UNDERWOOD, F. FISCHER, FELDMAN, BAILIE. Second Row—VAN DER LINDEN, G. CUNNINGHAM, M. COOVER, CLYDE, LELAND, J. TAYLOR, WELLS. Front Row—B. Jones, R. CLARK, WILLCox, CAINE, HUMMELL, K. WEsT. Ei HE AMES HI-Y CLUB is the largest of its kind in the state, and is the only one to which all the boys in school may belong. It represents the Y. M.C.A of the school and helps to develop high spiritual and moral standards among the boys of Ames High. This year several smaller firesides took the place of the one large one and seemed to prove more interesting and useful. Throughout the year, the theme ot “Character Building” was carried out in the general meetings. The hobby eroups provided fun and interest for the participants, as usual. The old activities of Hi-Y include: the selling of candy at sports events: Friendship Conference; vocational fireside; Christmas baskets; and a new thing was the selling of “A” ties. › DICK CAINE 37. Fifty Girl Reserve FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President MARGUERITE BURROUGHS WANDA MOORMAN | тсе Ргез ident WANDA MOORMAN MARGUERITE BURROUGHS Јо МАСКАЕ Secretary Јо МАСКАЕ JEANNE MILLER Treasurer JEANNE MILLER AFTER THE INITIATION of new members, held in the Lutheran Church at the beginning of the year, the regular duties of the Girl Reserves began. The Thanksgiving basket custom was carried out as usual and the Dad-daughter party and Mother-daughter tea were also bright spots during the year. As well as the traditional activities a new joint Hi-Y and Girl Reserve Christ- mas project was started. The two groups made up individual boxes and sent them to the old folks at the County Home. " Friendship Week " was very inspirational and greatly enjoyed. Dr. Stod- dard Lane of Des Moines was the speaker for the week. A change in sponsors occured when Miss Curtis left the school for an ad- visory position at Stephen’s College. Miss White was made chief adviser and l Miss Stoaks, a new teacher. was made assistant adviser. MARGUERITE BURROUGHS " O 37. D Т Р x р 1 » E 9 . 7 o , % Ж 1 Š 2; f Г x Я 52 ES š ааа ! | Л 2r o 52 Эд 2: ғ 2-2 2% а КОЗ ; к UE. E ЗЕ " Ч 8 | зает As AS E X D vue PSI M е да. До 1-2 заела Pos 4 A 2 БУ | ae Ev 9 ` 224277 " 2 | 2 р “с ES B f А 3 --- : | Т, 2. S k. 4 E PE = ¥ Е л Р | | " 4 obs X : 2 554 Ч № ” | Back Row—H. Anperson, Ruea, B. Jone3, M. Van VLAcK, KELLEHER, BYRNES, M. TAYLOR, RICHARDSON. Third Row—M ARTIN, MEYERS, NICHOL, SIBERELL, D. FRAZIER, A. ANDERSON, ID, CUNNINGHAM, PENNEY. Second Row—L. Morrison, Burnerr, VANScoy, Simpson, Kern, Loyp, SWEENEY, REDDY, Front Row—Dupceon, J. MILLER, MOORMAN, Mıss WHITE, Miss Stoaks, BURROUGHS, MACRAE, O. CLARK. Fifty One l«—— —————————————Ó— — — À— — —— k — m -- — — o ee SoS Se Se = se” -4-12--1069 Back Row—RoBINSON, MarHiISON, JAv, B. JoxEs, Снп.оз, Влсох, Мевнтск. Third Row—MeENzE, PALEY, FARNI, CANADY, BERGE, CUE, R. RAY. Second Row—M. ANDERSON, LiTTLE, J. Hvc, J. MILLER, Miss WHITE, A. ANDERSON, VAN Scor, GEATAGANAS. Front Row—J. TAvLoR, G. FRAzriER, MACRAE, C. JONES, SIBERELL, NICHOL, PEDERSEN. Student Council FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER CLYDE JONES President Jo МАСКАЕ JO MACRAE Vice President NORMA PEDERSEN Повотну SIBERELL Secretary JERRY FRAZIER JOE TAYLOR Treasurer HELEN NICHOL HESTUDENT COUNCIL, the self-governing body of the students, is made up of the presidents of the fifteen home rooms with Miss White as faculty adviser. The Council met during the fifth period of every Monday to settle problems which arose in the school. Special meetings were called when necessary. This year the Council suecessfully carried out the “Open House” program on November 12. A larger number of parents attended this program than ever before. The Council held a one-day conference with those of six nearby schools. Council relationships were discussed. ) JEANNE MILLER ‘37. Fifty Two Sy AH Senior Senate CHARLES O'NEIL . | | : President BETTY QUAIFE . | | | | . Vice President WINNIFRED CANNON . | . Secretary BETTY MORRIS . | 4 | | | Treasurer “T HE SENIOR SENATE, the executive body of the Class of 37, 1s made up of class officers, senior home room presidents, and one representative from each senior home room. The offieers of the senior class and the Senate are the same. This solemn and dignified group has the responsibility of selecting the class motto, song, flower, and colors, as well as solving any problem that involves the entire class and placing before the seniors proposals as to the best policies to Бе adopted. The Senate also has the authority to appoint committees to make the plans for commencement. Although the group is small, it tries to be a fair representative of the whole class. BETTY QUAIFE 37. Back Rowu—C. JONES, FELDMAN. G. FRAZIER, T. CROCKER, R. YOUNG. Second Row—MacHRaAE, J. Tarr, Miss HARTSOOK, Miss CANVIN, J. MILLER, MOORMAN. Front Row—B. Morris, B. Quatre, €. O'NIEL, CANNON, SIBERELL. Fifty Three 41—20 — 0% 41—20 — 0с ОЕ УТ Т L D. ҰРТ) Бет. Bia ШІ.” Ж”. 3 vem, “Z 7% и pw = Back Row— MERRICK, NEFF, JOHNSTON, MERRILL, CHILDS, SAYRE, R. Ross, Wentz, R. Wirison, G. Coover Second Row R. RAY, O. CLARK, Moorman, M, Van Viack, MORRISON, H. NICHOL, CANNON, A. RICHARDSON MA PHISON. Front Row—PLAGGE, ATCHLEY, В. ОсАТЕЕ, MACRAE, FELDMAN, ROOT, BURNETT, BYRNES, BURROUGHS. Back Row—GERNES, B. SHOCKLEY, PALEY, SHEARER, MCCARTHY, FRITSCH, SORENSON, Cuas. O'NEIL, А. FISCHER, Возн, H. MORGAN. Second Row—D. THOMPSON, GIESE, Loomis, B. TAYLOR, GEATAGANAS, D. QuarrFE, C. VU NEiL, LrrrLE, M. CROCKER, Нтскок. Front Row—McELYEA, J. TAFF, CARTER, TAFF, MRs. GAUNT, ANDERSON, M. REYNOLDS, RAPP. Louis FELDMAN . . President Jo МАСКА . . Secretary DorotHy Roor . Vice President BETTY дари 4 . Treasurer RANTICALLY the final touch of make-up is added; the actors rush into their places; property managers take a last look at the stage, and as the el- ectricians blot out the house lights, the curtain parts and the audience beholds a scene of calm splendor. Under the guidance of Mrs. Ferne Gaunt, the Dram- atic Club has completed another successful year in Ames High. The club pre- sented two three act plays. The fall play was The Outsider and the spring play was Outward Bound. Many one act plays were presented within the club. Louis FELDMAN 37. Fifty Four AL Debate Club IRVING MERRILL . | | | . | . President DAVID SAYRE | | : | | Vice President FLORENCE BYRNES | | | | . Secretary BARBARA BURNETT . | | | | Treasurer “T HE AMES HIGH DEBATE CLUB sponsored the forensic work of the high school under the direction of Mrs. Ferne Gaunt. The debaters argued the state high school question “Resolved: That all electric utilities should be gov- ernmentally owned and operated. " The debate team has won honors Іп tourna- ments at Newton, Fort Dodge, the Brindley Tournament at Cedar Falls, and the MeCahill Tournament at Drake University. They also attended the North- east District Tournament at Waterloo, the National Forensic Tournament at Oskaloosa, and won the State Championship at lowa City. Money making projects included souvenir programs for several football and basketball Canes. BARBARA BURNETT 37. A w ® jack Row—€4G. FvLLER, SAYnE, McCaAnTHY, HoLM8, MEnnILI Front Row— BROOKER, E. BUTLER, MEZVIN8SKY, MR8. GAUNT, BURNETT, BYRNES, Fifty Five 4—20 — 0% - -—p-— 4 0 СО тея Band and Orchestra Back Row—BROUHARD, BRANDNER, L. MINERT, EICHLING, J. BUCK, HUMMEL, A. FISCHER, ELLIOT, RINEHART. Second Row—S. VAN DER LINDEN, M. VAN VLACK, MACDONALD, VANCE, F. FISCHER, STARKWEATHER, LARSON, MER- RILL, LIKELY. Front Row—Carr, YODER, M. WHITFIELD, BAIRD, MR. DAY, J. WHITFIELD, YETTER, M. CAMPBELL, R. CAMPBELL. Back Row—WELLHOUSE, ERWIN, A. FISCHER, J. TAYLOR, V. NORLIN, MARTIN, М. NORLIN, B. GRINSTEAD, N. FULMER, LEFFLER, J. Buck. Fourth Row—F. FISCHER, MAHONE, BROUHARD, BURNETT, B. ROSS, VAN Сїсхрү, FLAUHER, MCINTOSH, B. FULMER, HICKOK, R. HEGGEN, E. BUTLER. Third Row—BusbY, UMBLE, J. RIEDESEL, V. SWARTZ, С. RICHARDSON, С. Воск, SATRE, MAHANNA, FELDMAN, Lapp, W. YODER, A. GRINSTEAD. Second Row—WING, QUIST, LONG, BERRY, R. THOMPSON, L. VAN Vuack, T. HEGGEN, UHLSTED, HiwMMEL, BRAUN, BROOKER. Front Row—J. REYNOLDS, B. SILLS, H. ALLEN, L. MINERT, MERRILL, BAIRD, LEITH, VANCE, WENTz, EICHLING. Fifty Six дъно та с — ° Mixed Chorus MERVIN COOVER . : i ; | . President ALICE ATCHLEY . : | . Vice President DAVID SAYRE . . . | , Secretary ELINOR JANE LOUNSBERRY . : . Librarian N UPHOLDING traditional appreciation for good music and sincerity of ex- pression through song, this year's Mixed Chorus has carried on the record of past groups. The chorus again entered music contests and went to the district and state tournaments. A Christmas vesper program was presented at the First Methodist Church. The annual program of church concerts was held in the spring. This year Miss Bower has developed a new system of preparing songs through individua l try-outs. The repertoire of the group has been enlarged to include folk-songs and madrigal type music, besides the traditional sacred hymns. DAVID SAYRE 37. Back Row—E. BUTLER, R. TRIPP, FRITSCH, F. FISCHER, VAN GUNDY, H. ALLEN, SAYRE, B. JONES, M. COOVER. Fourth Row—HIMMELL, F. KING, VAN DER LINDEN, CROSLEY, G. CUNNINGHAM, CAINE, BAKER, WATSON, S. BENBROOK, SPECK. Third Row—A. Tripp, F. Nicnouson, L. Morrison, Cronan, HuGcHes, Miss Bower, WALLER, ByRNES, Riaas, M. Ross. Second Row—Hetn, PLacce, MacRae, HENDRICKSON, KERN, ATCHLEY, DUNAGAN, SAMPSON, D. CUNNINGHAM, LOUNSBEERY, COUNTRYMAN. Front Row—Levine, O. CLARK, H. ANDERSON, M. HALL, DUDGEON, UMBLE, DEVRIES, YEOMANS, DUDLEY. Fifty Seven -4-012--1069 | 41—20 — 0с жар " , A V . т жаула: .ъ pr YA Back Row—BakKer, E. Cox, MuLHaLL, G. REYNOLDS, С” Снӯй т ERSEN. Third Row—S. BENBROOK, CROSLEY, R. TRIPP, SHEARER, EMERSON, SPECK, FRIEST Second Row—B. JoxEes, R. NicHors, B. BERESFORD, KENNEDY, WAKELEY, G. COOVER, RONNINGEN. Front Row—Swanson. M. Ross, G. CUNNINGHAM, Mıss BOWER, IvERSEN, TRUESDELL, MENZE Boys’ Glee Club BRUCE BERESFORD | | | | . President BILL JONES . š 4 Vice President JUNIOR BAKER | . | | . Secretary STANLEY BENBROOK . | і | | Librarian HE BOY’S GLEE CLUB has always been considered one of the finest of the extra-curricular activities. The improvement of individual voices and better appreciation of music are the objectives of the group. Under the guidance of Miss Edna Bower the boys have learned to sing the spirited songs of the mountains and campfires, the more reverent songs of friend- ship, and the harmonious and rhythmic notes of the negro spiritual. Programs in other schools, the Music Festival, and the Christmas musical are a few of the projects carried out during the past year. We have appreciated and enjoyed this year in Boy’s Glee Club, and sincerely wish next year’s group the greatest of success. JAY WAKELEY 37. Fifty Eight AH Girls’ Glee Club JUNE HUGHES . . : 4 ' . President HANNAH ANDERSON . | Vice President VIRGINIA MARTIN . . : я Secrelary- Treasurer DOROTHY CUNNINGHAM . | | | . Librarian HE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB has again completed a very successful year. Although much time and practice are spent Іп vocal training, the girls have still had time for discussions to help them become better acquainted and to establish and talk over their own ideals. Poetry and clippings were brought and each member was given an opportunity to express her opinion of them. This worthwhile method of establishing friendship and unity of thought has been bonded by Miss Bower from group to group for many years. JUNE HUGHES '37. sama rr — i ت‎ — — " r ox ETE s = : л үгс Ff Зи» х n PAY = : “2485, E NER. сега ч TT m XS AS ЭУ уе ту 2 2 ур 1 », i | А ? 3 ? “2 ‹ ` 4 УМ АЛ Р: И, ча X “Ж, : PAN | A АМ ХЭЛЭЭ. " NC | = SA a ee " ` “ И x “ Е А, ә z Жо 5% ТҮ х Š . 25 г. =. 55 o ж. 5 2 зу (CUPS фа un ж “ د‎ e s 7 › 6...” 5» mS Wu » 4 M . ES Ly Ж A ES? E " s 4 E " a » х 4 : | Y е x 1 1 а » í к. 5 РА, 23 ы Е „+ 15, Ка ? 5 E ` E " š “ 755 Л 72952 A O R TIS ыл Ж; ХЕ мА ЕЖ КИ а Е дай « ёл E y J » E a Е А 187 1522 : CS АЕ A “л “ - ж” е NEUE S: Ла 50 К VW ч хо Back Row—M. WHITFIELD, KIRKPATRICK, HINGGENBERG, KERN, I). CUNNINGHAM, SPRINGER, FIRKINS. Second Row—D. Downs, RUNNELLS. (GIESE, HENDRICKSON, NICHOLSON, SHIPP, YETTER. Front Row—WortTMAN, J. HUG, lL. WRIGHT, CRonNAN, WALLER, SAMPSON, YEOMANS. Back Row—A. RICHARDSON, A. ANDERSON, WALLACE, DUNAGAN, LEFFLER, N. GILCHR IST, KILDER. Secs nd Ког--Оплом, M. MORGAN, GILMAN, нди W EIRICH, LOUNSBERRY, J. WHITFIELD. Front Row—DvpLEx. M. J. MORRIS. Dupceon, H. ANDERSON, Miss Bower, HUGHES, MARTIN, B, Smita, G. JONES. Fifty Nine ld O — Al oe Back Row—WILLIAMS, A. PANTENBURG, SEXAUER, E. PANTENBURG, HARRISON. Second Row— HEDRICK, MORTVEDT, PEDERSEN, KENNEDY, BATEMAN. Front Row—B. NICHOLS, FULLER, D. WEST, UHL, DEVALOIS. Back Row—MINOTT, M. MILLER, STANGE, KNUTHS, UHL. Second Row—WHITESIDE, MCILRATH, SHUGART, LANNING, D. JOHNSON, P. JOHNSON. Front Row—P. Francos, E. PETERSON, M. MILLER, MR. LORENZ, GUNDER, OsBORN, M. MORRIS. Art Club DALE WESI . 4 : : ! . President GEORGE FULLER . . Vice President JEAN STANGE . Secretary GEORGE Они . š : š . Treasurer HIS YEAR the Art Club, under the direction of Mr. Lorenz, was conducted on a different plan than in previous years. The class was divided into two groups—the more advanced and the beginners' class. MILLIE MORRIS 37. Sixty B XS wo АЦ, Library Club FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER HELEN FARNI President DorotHy YOUNG DorotHy YOUNG Secretary MARGUERITE NELSON WANDA MOORMAN Program ARLENE PETERSON Деец IHIRTY-SEVEN marked the third year since the Library Club Y was organized by Miss Ada Wood, who sponsored it until her resignation irom Ames High in the second semester. She was succeeded by Mrs. Gibb. lhe members served in the library two hours a week during their study hall periods and one week a semester after school. The officers are elected each semester. The club met every six weeks for a pot luck supper at the homes of the mem- bers and discussed library problems. The programs have been composed of re- views of worthwhile books, prepared by the members. The purposes of Library Club are to give library training and to create a wider and better knowledge of books. WANDA MOORMAN 737. Back Row—RoorT, FRIEDRICH, SEVERSON, MYERS, B. THOMPSON. Second Row—AHRENB, HARVEY, M. HALL, D. OLSON, L. VAN VLACK, M. NELSON, S. WEEKS, Front Row—B. SMITH, Moorman, D. Younc, Miss Woop, Farni, KruMHOLz. Sirly One —+|— J — UM -e Ma - 4—20 — 0% Back Row—G. SILLS, WILLCOXx, Jonn O'NEIL., В. RIEDESEL, R. MASON, A. GRINSTEAD, D. SMITE. Second Rou—C. JoNEs, MR. DoNELs, AsH, G. FRAZIER, J. TAYLOR, ROTHACKER, UNDERWOOD Front Row—G. CUNNINGHAM, R. Mason, V. Weeks, G. Thompson, MuLHaLL, KR. Thompson, H. Peer Varsity Club JERRY FRAZIER . | | | 4 President MILTON WILLCOX . | | ' | . Vace President HARTWELL PEET | . . sSecretary-Treasurer HE VARSITY CLUB of Ames High IS made up only of boys that have won major A’s in sports such as football, basketball, tennis, golf, or track. This club sponsors many extra curricular activities, including intramural basketball, tennis meets, track meets, and other athletic contests. The officers of the Varsity Club are also the officers of the “A” Club, an Inactive group, consisting of members who have been active in some organiza- tion in Ames High. The annual A " award, the highest honor obtainable in high school, is given every year by this club to the senior who has been outstand- ing in every way during his three years of high school. The Varsity Club's sponsor is Ray O. Donels, head of the physical edu- cation department. JERRY FRAZIER 37. Sixty Two — B ДЖ“ = £ s ч ==, АН Pep Club a nd Cheer Squad PHYLLIS SIMPSON . | | | | . President JEAN VANSCOY . | | : | Vice President BETTY QUAIFE | | | | . Secretary DOROTHY SIBERELL . | | Treasurer 1 T THE CLOSE of each year thirty-six girls, eighteen seniors, twelve juniors, 2 and six sophomores, distinguished for their pep and school spirit, are elected by the entire student body to become members of the Ames High Pep Club for the forthcoming year. Various exhibitions, enhanced by the girls’ orange and black jackets, were presented by the club during the halves at both football and basketball games. This year the Pep Club with the cooperation of the Junior Chamber of Com- merce took charge of selling football season tickets. The cheer squad for this year was composed of Jean VanScoy, Marni Rey- nolds, Elmer Lindquist, and Dick Gernes, sponsored by Miss Helen Hadish. 4777 Oi. DOROTHY NIBERELL ASSET TEES Es IN МОТ” НД OU ЫЛАРА atat LIAS 25554 Ea - 502 27) бол r sWWFCOs гс и КАЖИ ДА AN B ч. LI Back Row— FRIEDRICH, KELLEAER, HUGHES, HELMICK, SWEENEY, A. ANDERSON, L. Cox, M. Tarr, V. FRAZIER. Fourth Row—0. CLARK, PENNEY, DILLON, MORRIS, CANNON, ROOT, B. JONES, Rapp, GEATAGANAS. Third Row—ScHuuBERT, M. TAYLOR, KERN, ATCHLEY; NICHOL, D. FRAZIER, PLAGGE, REDDY, J. MILLER. Second Row—J. Tarr, MacRae, B. Quaire, Miss LUNSFORD, SIMPSON, SIBERELL, M. ANDERSON, RICHARDSON, Front Row—VanScoy, GERNE3S, REYNOLDS. Sixty Three 41—20 — 00 Poo ares. - Р —— 0 ag аа Mo mou A AA ae we OW es FEST G. A. A. Council RC MT 2 2 “2 ed 222 “оРЖЛ Back Row—HeEry, R. BERESFORD, SWEENEY, V. FRAZIER Front Row—D. FRAZIER, МАСКАЕ Intramurals Back Row—J. SWANSON, HEDRICK, KAUFFMAN, SCHAFER, STEINBERG Front Row—K. McDONALD, R. YOUNG, MR. SWEDELL, ZIMMERMAN, K. WEST. Sirty Four 2а--а--|- HS š ма че‏ تو NES | S nb TON v УР d " i‏ d WA лысы Зе КА. IA O BA ч 563 Ч DANE‏ و I‏ х‏ ke РИ ым Е ХЕ ys м IAS Back Rou Мв. DoxeLs, KoontTz, MuLHaLL, KOTHACKER, UNDERWOOD, BENNEDICT, J. O'NEIL, J. TAYLOR, C. JONES, FOSTER, NEFF, MR. WELLS. Second Row—Hickok, B. RrEDpESEL, D. MiNERT, LELAND, D. SILLS, G. CUNNINGHAM, MOSES, A. GRINSTEAD, SCHEUER- MAN, THOMPSON, OTT. Front Row—FELDMAN, WEEKS, REx Mason, Brown, R. MASON, WILLCOX, ASH, FERGUSON, CLARK. Football Summary AMES 19 EAGLE GROVE O Ames High opened the season against Eagle Grove with an inexperienced team. The Little Cyclones however, soon found themselves and swept over Eagle Grove 19 to 0. Jones accounted for all three touchdowns, scoring in the first, third, and fourth quarters. The whole Ames line performed well against the less effeetive Eagle Grove team. AMES 33 NEVADA О Playing under lights at Nevada, the Little Cyclones got away to a slow start, but after the first quarter, displayed too much power for the county-seaters. Willeox scored two touchdowns and Ferguson, Underwood, and Koontz each went over once, to make the final score Ames 33 Nevada 0. AMES 7 HAST SIOUX CITY 6 The Little Cyclones played excellent football in outplaying and outscoring a strong and experienced East Sioux City team, 7 to 6. Two successive passes, O'Neill to Thompson, and Jones to Taylor brought the Ames marker. Al Roth- aker, with his “educated toe, " kicked the extra point for the margin of victory. Brown, Richard Mason, and Koontz looked best for the Little Cyclones. Sixty Seve n ‚ М +. Сонг КАЧИ , 213 ZO и а |: гл ЗА С Ку Wes ТЫ К 4—20 — 0с | i | j » I ' | 4—20 — 0% PON Football Summary . . AMES 6 MARSHALLTOWN 6 On a windy homecoming morning, Ames fought Marshalltown to a 6 to 6 tie. Ames counted first on a long pass, Jones to Weeks, but Marshalltown came back strong and tied the game up after two sustained drives had been stopped by the Little Cyclones. The Ames attack was weakened by the illness of Ash, tackle, and injuries to Mason and Weeks. AMES 6 OSKALOOSA 12 The first defeat of the season was handed the Little Cyclones at Oskaloosa. Underwood skirted the end for two long runs and touchdown in the second quar- ter. Oskaloosa tied the score in the third period, and with only seconds remain- ing in the game, Bainbridge intercepted an Ames pass and ran for the winning score. Willeox was a tower of strength on defense. Grinstead and Underwood also stood out. AMES 6 Perry 19 Ames met one of the most powerful teams in the state at Perry. After Perry had scored on a smash by “Moose” Nelson, Ames took the ball on their own 3 yard line and made a sustained march down the field to score a touchdown. Тһе drive featured nice ball carrying by Jones and Wilcox, and a pass, Koontz to Weeks, for the counter. Perry's superior weight and reserves wore the Little Cyclones down in the second half. The final score being Ames 6 Perry 19. Mason and O'Neil were out with injuries. AMES 0 GRINNELL 6 Due to a strong wind, the game at Grinnell was chiefly a punting duel be- tween Blandin and Willeox. At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the Pioneers started a drive which ended in a touchdown. Late in the game Ames drove the ball deep into Grinnell territory, but failed to score. AMES 7 BOONE 7 Ideal football weather greeted the large crowd which turned out for the traditional Armistice Day battle between Ames and Boone on State field. Ames got the jump on the favored Toreador aggregation by using a beautiful pass, Jones to Weeks, to take the lead, 7 to 0. The Little Cyclones, led by Bob Ash, literally tore their hearts out to retain their lead throughout the remainder of the game, but the steady stream of Boone substitutes finally pushed over a counter when Ames let up a bit in the fourth quarter. Dick Mason was elected honorary captain at the close of the season. Sixty Eight Cuma, xu, neq Wi. — q = — a An MP 9o m -— PLAYER WEIGHT Азн, Вов 195 ВАПЛЕ, Вов 135 NEFF, WILSON 135 SILLS, GLEN 128 JONES, CLYDE 135 UNDERWOOD, GEO. 145 Foster, Вов 145 CUE, JIM 154 BENEDICT, RUSSELL 155 ROTHAKER, Аг 150 RIEDESEL, BILL 146 FERGUSON, LEON 151 CUNNINGHAM, GLEN 152 WiLLcox, MILTON 159 Mason, Rex 164 O’ NEIL, JOHN 157 Мтхевт, Пох 166 TAYLOR, JOE 159 Koontz, PAUL 160 Moses, RONALD 172 WEEKS, VIRGIL 170 Mason, Dick (Capt.) 170 BROWN, MARVIN 181 THOMPSON, JUDD 167 LELAND, GLEN 187 GRINSTEAD, ARLIN 187 MULHALL, Bos 159 У. WEEKS B. AsH M. WiLLcox D. Mason M. Brown A. GRINSTEAD R. Mason Major Letter Winners G К С. G. À. G. 1 A. B. АН Football Squad POSITION Tackle Halfback Halfback Guard Halfback Halfback Quarterback Fullback Fullback Fullback End End Center Guard Tackle Quarterback Tackle Halfback Fullback Guard End Center Guard End Tackle Tackle Halfback . THOMPSON . RIEDESEL JONES UNDERWOOD ROTHAKER SILLS CUNNINGHAM MULHALL YEARS OF COMPETITION CLASS — NI о мнн Оон м ro +»? A OO kr bo M M m لمر‎ Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Junior Sophomore Junior Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Senior Junior Sophomore R. BENEDICT B. FosTER Joan O'NEIL JOE TAYLOR P. KOONTZ G. LELAND L. FERGUSON Sirty Nin“ 1—20 — Оо 41—20 — 0с oS Second. Team Football In order to build for future years and to give the younger boys in high school a chance to play football, Ames High encourages a strong second team well coached in the fundamentals of the game. ‘This year, as in the past, Kenneth Wells put together a team which made a very creditable showing by winning five out of seven contests. Hast High and Roosevelt of Des Moines spoiled a perfect season by taking two close battles from the Ames seconds. However, the Little Cyclones defeated the North seconds, conquerors of both East and Roosevelt, to avenge their two previous defeats. Several boys showed promise of developing into first team caliber by next f ootball season. This group includes Randall Trotter, Judd Johnson, Don Minert, Harvey La Seur, Angelo Frangos, Darwin Grimes, Cal Flogstad, Jim Canady, Jim Cue, and Earl Geiger. SEASON S RECORD AMES 32 WEBSTER CITY 0 AMEs 13 MARSHALLTOWN Û AMES 25 Boone 0 AMES 34 BOONE 0 AMES 0 ROOSEVELT $ AMES 6 East 13 AMES 13 NORTH 6 Back Row—La SEUR, A. FRANGOS, PEDERSON, K. WEST, TROTTER, LEAacn, W. WARREN, CUE, CANADY, С. JOHNSON. Second Row—C. FLocsrap, Jim O'NEIL, Parey, DEHoet, K. Taytor, GALLOWAY, OSBORN, WETTLAND, BLANDIN, Bacon, MR. WELLS. Егоп Вои--П. Змътн, Ентсквохк, ГО. Мїхккнт, B. GRINS TEAD, KELSO, Besr, Ep Ross, LINDER. Seventy — — ——— tr Honors Central Iowa All-Conference selection First Team Second Team Dick Masow, Center BaB Asa, Tackle MiLTON WinLcox, Guard Honorable Mention VIRGIL WEEKS, End Marvin Brown, Guard Joan O'NEIL, Quarterback Register and Tribune All-State selection Fifth Team Honorable Mention Dick Mason, Center MARVIN BROWN, Guard BoB ASH, Tackle lowa Daily Press Association All-State Selection Honorable Mention Bos Asu, Tackle MiLTON WiLLcox, Guard Dick Mason, Center BASKETBALL HONORS Central lowa All Conference Selection First Team Honorable Mention Weeks, Forward THOMPSON, Forward WILLCOX, Guard lowa Daily Press Association All-State Selection Honorable Mention VIRGIL WEEKS, Forward MiLTON WirnLcox, Guard Register and Tribune All-State Selection VIRGIL WEEKS, Forward GEORGE UNDERWOOD, Fullback Due to the unusual combination of circumstances, Ames High had rather a disastrous season in basketball. All of the members of last year's state cham- pions graduated so Ray Donels was forced to start from the bottom and build an entirely new team. Judd Thompson and Virgil Weeks, who saw enough service as reserves last year to win their letters, formed the hub for the new outfit. Seventy One +j—D—-—UY ———m ДР” k. -- -- Зо INC T лэг. 41—20 — 0с UY Ames started the season off with a bang, defeating Webster City and Nevada іп decisive manner, but right here lady luck deserted Ames for other fields as Newton conquered the Little Cyclones in a heartbreaker, 24 to 26. With vie- tories over Boone and Grinnell near the close of the regular season, the outlook appeared much more encouraging. Colo, but lost to a “hot” Nevada crew, 28 to 30. Virgil Weeks was elected honorary captain at the close of the season. AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES AMES 29 26 24 13 16 21 58 29 29 28 21 15 50 25 34 WEBSTER CITY NEVADA NEWTON WEBSTER CITY East, D. M. MARSHALLTOWN BOONE GRINNELL OSKALOOSA NEWTON RoosEVELT, D.M.37 MARSHALLTOWN BOONE GRINNELL OSKALOOSA In the sectional tournament Ames defeated SCORES 19 Sectional Tournament 19 AMES 33 Сого 18 26 AMES 2% NEVADA 30 23 5 ЕД County Tournament 26 Фа A " " x 25 AMES 50 STORY CITY 6 27 AMES 13 ZEARING 16 24 Central Iowa Conference Stand. 36 SCHOOL WON LOST PCT. 30 NEWTON 5 2 500 MARSHALLTOWN 7 3 ‚700 29 BOONE 6 4 ‚600 21 ()SKALOOSA 6 4 . 600 22 AMES 2 5 . 200 40 (GRINNELL 1 9 ‚100 Back Row—T. QviNN, E. Ross, G. JOHNSON, R. Ross, WILSON, R. CLARK. Third. Row—GrIimEs, C, FLoGsT—TAaD, TEETER, MULHALL, CANADY, PALEY, LINDER. Second Row—Ray DowELs, G. THoMPSON, J. FnAZzIER, SCHEUERMAN, R. Mason, TROTTER, KENNETH WELLS. Front Row—P. Koontz, Best, C. Jones, V. Weeks, WiLLCox, PEDERSEN, BAILIE. Seventy Two Tennis State Champions, is the title worn by the 1936 team, which was one of the best in the history of Ames High tennis. The team’s winning percentage for the season was 1000, only a tie with Roosevelt of Des Moines in the dual meet marred a perfect record. Dual meets were held with West Waterloo, Boone, and Roosevelt. Ames participated in a triangular meet at Cedar Falls, and a quadrangular tournament was held here with Boone, Fort Dodge, and Roosevelt. Ames entered the Cen- tral Iowa Conference tournament at Grinnell, the district at Des Moines, and finished an enviable season by winning the state finals at Ames. The team was composed of Bob Menze, Bill Bliss, Dick Young, Lawrence Owens, and Don Beresford, all seniors, and Jerry Frazier, a junior. Bill Bliss was elected honorary captain of the team. Golf Thirteen boys and one girl made up the golf squad for 1936. The golfers played nine scheduled meets, two with Roosevelt of Des Moines, two with Boone, and one with Teacher’s High of Cedar Falls, East High of Des Moines, Marshalltown, and Fort Dodge. The team compiled a season average of 666 per cent, winning six matches and losing three. Roosevelt beat Ames twice and Boone once, to account for the defeats. Ames won the conference title at Grinnell and placed second in the state meet at Des Moines. Jo MacRae became the first girl to take part actively in a varsity sport at Ames. Jo did not play enough to win a letter, but she was able to hold her own against any of the boys. Lettermen included Junior Vifquain, Maurice Smith, Hartwell Peet, Bob Thompson, and Bob Schreiber, who was elected honorary captain. Track Track as a team sport was returned to Ames High in 1936 after an absence of several seasons. It takes more than one season to develop a winning track team, but Mr. Wells was pleased with the squad’s spirit and the willingness to learn and improve. Ames entered the Teacher’s College Relays at Cedar Falls, the Drake Relays, Central lowa conference meet at Grinnell, and a triangular meet held here with Boone and Marshalltown. A class meet was also held, which the seniors won. Ames won the triangular meet with Boone and Marshalltown and placed third in the Conference meet, where Jeffrey won the high and Owens the broad jump. The future outlook seems bright since the Ames Sophomore- Freshmen team beat Boone in a dual meet 841% to 1014. Major letters were awarded to Charles Briley, Alex Jeffrey, Lawrence Owens, George Underwood, and Don Smith. Ben Helmick and Jack Smith received minor awards. Seventy Three -і-2-- 90 TOUT Girls’ Basketball Back Row—A. UHL, SWARTZ, J. MILLER, DUITCH, ADAMS. Second Row— M. TAYLOR, THOMAS, ATCHLEY, MACRAE. Front Row— SCHUBERT, HELMICK, LEFFLER, SIMPSON, KELLEHER, D. FRAZIER, HUGHES Girls’ Volleyball Back Row—SHOEN, RHEA, VAN Scoy, SEVERSON, B. TAYLOR. Second Row—FRIEDRICH, SWEENEY, B. Davis, SHIPP, ANUTHS. Front Row— KERN, MENTEN, V. FRAZIER. Seventy Four 2 2 11] | 128) Pr Г г, - — me s s s s Я-М-Е-5 First, A—that stands for Ash, The charmin' Robert B. A big, tough tackle, but A man of chivalry. Then, M, for Minert, Don. Oh, oh, my dears! That Voice! I swear its loud enough For half a dozen boys. Next, E—that letter stands For Enke's six foot nine. And try to boil THAT down Into just four little lines. Last, S—the answer to The blushing maiden’s prayer. He's witty, handsome, bright. Of course! It’s David Sayre. H-I-G-H Begin again with H— For little sophomore Hein. One thought of Charlotte—then Who is it comes to mind? But I—that's hard to find. There's just the Iversen boy. And why bother with this poem When you can see the real McCoy? For G—there’s Gernes, Dick, And that big, wild lock of hair. He isn't twins, although He does go ‘round in a pair. For Hust pick out one— Whichever one you wish: There's Hausrath, Hartsook, Harms, Or last (not least) Hadish. Seventy Seven 1—20 — 0с ML - .— —— + ee Sl пан " — pu —— 2 — + -- „== w. Zk d — ль — ae T ma мэн = -- -- - ак ч - + ` a I ` U = сыьа 4. жы s да [LN - ——: т? Seventy Eight ре Г. We worked all night and all next day T'o get that “T” in shape. We used up all our string and rope, And even thought of tape. We tied the seat down to the floor, And the body to the chassis, And when we got that car tied up It really looked quite classy. We ground the valves and cleaned the plugs, And when the other work was done, We gave the crank a terrific yank, But the darn thing wouldn't run. We pleaded, prayed, and. even swore, We cussed and picked and whanged, And then some one slammed the door; The darn thing went off with a bang. We all hopped in to hold her down, While Louie let out the clutch, The crazy thing went 'round and 'round, You never saw the such. That old tin “T” really went fine But then we hit a bump, But Louie straightened the old thing out, Into an old gas pump. The gas it squirted all around Into a raging fire, It burned up all the things on the ground And the poor can’s old front tire. The cops were there, the firemen too, It really was a shame They had poor Louis feeling blue For he was quite to blame. The moral to this story 1s: “Don't buy a model “TI” ” But something that is higher priced And safer you will be.” ROGER FRITSCH. Tallest Shortest Best Writer G H rlzest H a ur Cutest Brainiest И лені N oistest Saintliest Best Sport Most Popular Classiest Dresser Best Dancer Most Freckles Cleverest Most Musical Nicest Voice Prettiest Eyes Рерртезі Biggest Giggler Most Bashful Best Looking Teacher's Pet Worst Blusher Best Athlete BOY Jim Buck ROBERT RINEHART JOE TAYLOR REYNOLDS EMERSON Howarp Hickok IRVING MERRILL Те | Dick CAINE | Louis FELDMAN Don MINERT TED JOHNSTON MiLTON WiLLCOX ROGER FRITSCH JERRY FRAZIER ROGER FRITSCH BILLY SHOCKLEY LOUIS FELDMAN ARLYN GRINSTEAD Dick CAINE DEAN BERRY ELMER LINDQUIST WARREN FRIEST DEAN BERRY CHARLES O'NEIL Lovis FELDMAN NORMAN PEDERSON MiLTON WILLCOX Results of Voting Contest GIRL BETTY CHRISTENSEN MAXINE WHEELER BETTY QUAIFE WANDA MOORMAN GLENDORA КАРР WINNIFRED CANNON SYLVIA DUITCH Dorotuy Roor MILDRED VAN VLACK JEAN VAN SCOY JEAN VAN SCOY DOROTHY FRAZIER Jo MAcRAE ANNA MARIE UHL MARGUERITE BURROUGHS LOUISE MORRISON JUNE DUDGEON WANDA MOORMAN JEAN VAN SCOY MABLE TAYLOR MURIEL MILLER BARBARA PENNEY DOROTHY ROOT JUNE HUGHES MABLE TAYLOR Seventy Nine 41—20 — 0с Romeo M пе: dro Professor Pinochle Madale ги Officials T abl tbe А x т» лал a Vp rts i it i 2 и w » کے‎ کے‎ imm Pa I УР Sonia hes Reet dé A ry PA llo po IS eo sie hg a a Fae, A pmo IN gg cemre А... Z 454 ا س یہر سے‎ Virginia Pick (1 па (теогде В Bill ALU Gai nner Wi ntz Jo and Katie Young s Institution Frie pu Ís Ч 7 чонеак h 0! amd Schafer Kern Leon and Doris Mrs. Gaunt Jean and Mary Teach Studious Taffy Hank Ro wena Phil AMES HIGH TEN COMMANDMENTS 1. Thou shalt lift up thy feet as thou entereth study hall. 2. Thou shalt park thy juicy fruit and spearmint before thou entereth the door. 3. Thou shalt not use the locker doors for a bulletin board. 4. Thou shalt not skip more than one class a day, for the wrath of Mr. Young will be upon thee. 5. Thou shalt not snore in the class room. 6. Thou shalt not visit in the auditorium, but find a convenient place on the stairs. 7. Thou shalt not bluff the teacher. 8. Thou shalt not help thy neighbor get his lessons, but get them for him. 9. Thou shalt not believe in anything opposite to the teachers’ ideas. 10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s grade. HERE AND THERE AROUND AMES HIGH (Heard in a conversation between Mildred Mellrath and Louise Morrison) A comma is what you go into when you want to sleep. A postroffee donates possession. A paragiraffe contains sentences. (Heard in Hall) “No, I don’t take sociology. I take public squeaking.” FRED FISCHER: (In civics) Do the people in the institutions for the absent- minded and insane have to pay? FRANK Graves: (As Miss Wood came into study hall with some slips for seventh period) There can't be one for me. I’ve got a permanent one. MiLbpRED MclrgaTH: The course of true love is never smooth, and I've been in love, so I guess I ought to know a bump when I see one. SyLviA Dvrrcu: (While Mary Jane Meyers and Helen Dodds were singing) Close the window, kids. I hear the wind whistling through, or is it the steam from the steam pipes? NAOMI SCHUBERT: (During discussion on dresses) My mother just buys a size 12 dress and takes it in two inches and it just fits me swell. Miss BRAUNWARTH: (During journalism) Does everyone have a head? Miss Hartsoox: (During bookkeeping I) What do you call a person from whom you buy merchandise on credit? InviNc MERRILL: А sucker. Miss HabisH: (During French III) In translating French we should all work together. | Lovis FELbpMAN: What are you doin’ tonight, teach’? Eighty One 4—20 — 00 | 1937 | | | | ! MATCHES Like ham and eggs, Like salt and pepper, ë Like tea and toast, They go together. | Like pie and cheese, | Like bread and butter, it You don’t see one Without the other. O s a —D C - -. a -і-Х-- Оо Thíngs That Didn't Worry Washington Finding a parking space. The price of gasoline. Static. “The line is busy.” | “Ten dollars and court costs,” for speeding. | How to fill out an income tax return. Eighty Two си I'll be seein’ you Cheese it Can it Is my face red Cute So what I should worry No kiddin’ You know it Dog-gone ut When do we eat Thank you too much You said it Slang Dictionary At some future occasion not too far distant, I will again cast my orbs upon you. It would be well for you to depart from this region where the atmosphere is or is about to be charged with a feeling of such nature that you will feel uncomfortable to a de- eree highly undesirable both from your and my own point of view. That which you are doing annoys me greatly. Will you kindly cease? Have the features of my visage become tinted with crim- son as a result of this humiliating embarrassment? This appeals to my sense of the appropriate to such a de- gree that I feel as though it is the premier of all similar creations. May I inquire what is the significance of that which has just been emitted from your vocal organs? Under no consideration should I permit the contemplation of such matters of infinitesimal importance to disturb my mental equilibrium, which at present is at an intensely desired state of efficiency. Are you absolutely certain that those most extraordinary and astounding facts you have just related are not pre- varications? You, as well as I, are cognizant of the fact that those just- spoken words that have tumbled from your most worthy lips are the essence—the embodiment of truth. I am sorely vexed. At what time are we to partake of a most desired refresh- ment? I am so deeply gratified and appreciative of your kind and honorable actions that I cannot express enough thanks to you. Great wisdom, such that I cannot help but admire and agree with, has just passed your lips. Righty Three ---Х- 0с Off quard West Door Pep ( " lub and Band М. rv s 1 Willcox on an end run V га K уж қ Р ЕНК JEDE e IA .‏ س m‏ مان لے “ ا 33ت = a‏ سه - B‏ ۴ ... da Mt کا‎ Th OSE Debate rs The Rotary Trophy N 1р Воопе-А тез (тате —— ———s Can You Imagine Dorothy Shugart more than a half-second early? Judd Thompson on the honor roll? Betty Morris on the failure list? Jim Buck playing the flute? Mr. Young in knickers? Blondie Lindquist with curly hair? Muriel Miller being sent to the office for misbehavior? Roma Jean Cooper as a platinum blond? Helen Dodds in flat-heeled shoes? Irving Merrill flunking history? Barbara Burnett not talking about debate, her clarinet, or infinity? Tiny Rinehart six feet tall? Everybody coming into assembly on time? Mr. Harms as the world’s champion typist? Ora Clark with cross eyes? Jean Stange talking incessantly? Jo and Squeak without Ray? Hartwell Peet wearing size 3 shoes? Lucille Clapp not willing to help anybody anytime? Virginia Frazier without Dick? 1-0-00 Joan Morrissey with black hair? John O'Neil and Bob Ash actually studying in study hall? Al Rothacker not grinning? Barbara Penney with a run in her stocking? Edith Dillon without Jerry? Whitey Pederson with a Latin-looking complexion? Phyllis Simpson with buck teeth? Joe Holm not missing a day of school? Chuck Rice and Howard Hickok on a double date? William Wellhouse with a pug nose? Eighty Five | | L Í | ——— —— M ——À L - — š . -- — — ш — — — a = — - = — —— —— -- -. —G и — M рт —-— м— A ۳ — m —s lam ——— YT ——————— — ы рч Ф ьа 41—20 — 0с Lunsford Jor Horm: (While looking over some exchanges in Journalism) This paper is positively unique. There is actually something funny in the humor column. JEAN WHITFIELD: (During a discussion of a Home Ec. dinner.) The boys were graceful about getting under the tables. Noted during showing of Chevrolet films: “Silence,” a sound picture. Eighty Six AES (Q)E wish to express our appreciation to the stu- dents and faculty of Ames High School for their Rind and gener- ous cooperation. PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS ANNUAL MADE BY HARTI этою 4—20 — 0с LAS Enjoy Me a e I RR NON, QUA ANY А NAS IANN Delicious Food AUN “ч є иа и Ул » PRE .Дш «. »,,, - and Good limes at the The Silent Smith Согопа RAINBOW TT grades in school and college Reynolds Iversen Coftee Shop Backers and Supporters of Ames High School Activities Wanted to Know If the sun were hot would Marvin Brown? At football games does Dorothy Root? At a good assembly does Lucille Clapp? When she was a sophomore, was Genevieve Green? Since Margaret has gone away does Marjorie Long? When on the scales is Herbert Light? When she finds a good book does Mary Jane Reed? When he is afraid the teacher is going to call on him when he is unprepared does John Wentz? When someone trips her on the stairs, does Maxine Fall? -і-2-- Оо UNITED FOOD STORES You won't make a mistake by coming to us 2 Complete Food Markets TRY US AND SEE! THE PRIMP SHOP LOWEST AVERAGE PRICE Over Ames Bldg. and Loan Downtown - - - - 229 Main St. West Ames - - - 103 Welch Ave. ORIGINATORS Phone 309-W - - - - Ames, Iowa Eighty Eight ——t s — AAA t w w O Ettigy Hanging It was a dark and stormy night, When all at once appeared Six men a danglin’ from a board, A sight most queer and weird. The court had said the Triple A Could not be anymore, And so here hung this effigy, Because someone was sore. “It's probably some student s prank.” That's what the papers said. «TT he farmers or the C. C. C. " The deans all thought—instead. Well, soon they tore these pictures down, And hunted for a clue, But who could be the quilty ones, I still don't know, do you? DOROTHY ROOT. 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ТИ Моге тп анкоо еа Ерба ыа е на а) 11.00 АСАБ ES PITO н о Be eie s ea 18.75 Ninety One Sa a — Ug» 41—20 — 0% FTT W ALLHIDE Interior Paints Waterspar Coat Enamel Sunproof Exterior Paint All Pittsburgh Proof Paint Products Glass and Brushes H L MUNN Lumber Co. AMES Since 1891 107 E. Main - - - - Phone2 ALLEN MOTOR CO. CHEVROLET [and BUICK Always Good Used Cars Phone 395 - - - - 5th Douglas Ninety Two ‹‹94 WORDS " Worth Reading be too busy build- ing a bank account of your own to envy the other fellow with plenty of dollars he saved 'em . . . do likewise Ames Trust € Savings Bank “HELPERS OF SAVERS” Lessons in Etiquette When to remove the shoes: When swimming. When coming 1n late. When changing socks. When taking a bath. When in bed. ] am looking back to see 1f they Are looking back to see uf I Am looking back to see if they Are looking back at me. Physics Facts Sound travels at the rate of 400 yards per second. Exceptions, however, to the rule are: Seandal, 1,000 vards. Flatterv, 500 vards. Truth, 2!$ vards. Alarm elock- Knapp Martin E (тепета! Insurance WEST AMES SHOES Phone 109 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1937 TILDEN 5 “Dependable Vince 1869”? Ninety Three 41—20 — 0с Father (1 па o ii Dick Schafer Coming ир the walk More Friends Hug and King Sweeney Scoy and Frazier Келер AAT D ырды. LA " po. The Spirit Staff of 1937 - - - - - wish to express their appreciation for the assistanee rendered by the following concerns in producing this annual. Hart’s Studio, Ames, Iowa. Jahn Ollier Engraving Co., Chieago, Illinois. Tribune Publishing Co., Ames, Iowa. Serving the jewelry needs of Ames World Wide Travel Service people for over a quarter century E has made satisfied customers Water Аш Land by the hundreds Edward S. Allen Без P Ap E M A; IN John H. Harms Jeweler and Optometrist Telephones 1493-J, 2333-W KIMLER The Ames SERVICE Building Loan T Association Quality Coal Ice Refrigeration Automatic Heat with Stokol Stokers Kimler Coal O 23 years of SERVICE [се Company 23 years of SAFETY 2 rovc р Y 11 T q Phone 241 28 years of DIVIDENDS Ninety Five 41—20 — 0с Macc E E di Cc ис ¿a - i 4 А a A s Эг н — а = re ( г. 4—20 — 0с OT Brannberg Alm Famous Footwear CORRECTLY ACCURATELY FITTED Assure a Life of Happy, Carefree Feet Let us Fit You Brannberg Alm DOW NTOW N—AMES Corbin Locks Phileo Radios Lennox Furnaces Lowe Bros. Paints Speed Queen Washers G. E. Refrigerators Sheet Metal Tin Shop More than 16,000 Different things in this store for your convenience CHINA-WARE HOME FURNISHINGS Carr Hardware Co. Ninety Six What some parents are told those funny looking letters on report cards mean: A—Awful 3—Bad (Competent D—Da ndy F—Fine Dark street. Banana peel; Fat man. Virginia reel. IF A PENNY A DAY WILL KEEP THE WOLF AWAY: JUST THINK WHAT A DIME WILL DU SAE COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK іп Case of Emergency (To be sung to the tune of “Old MeDonald Had a Farm””) Miss Lunsford's classes had a fire. Drill, drill, drill, drill, drill. The girls donned shower curtains, so They wouldn't catch a chill. Allan Machine Shop Iron. Steel and Woodwork Electric and Acetylene Welding AMES, IOWA Phone 529W ШОЙГУ» SERVICE STATION Veedol Pennzoil 815 Lincoln Wav Ames, Iowa Ames Best Electric Co. Everything Electrical 130 Main St. Olmstead College Shop CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MEN At the Campus 4—20 — 0с Congratulations O. Ж. Barber Shop Ninety Seven we mmo ammo ат " CaCcEEy тъ - я " (| 4—20 — 770 We Recommend Your High School ThY OUR PRODUCTS and You Will Recommend Us Ames Grain Coal Co. 213 Duff - ша РНОП 6 Dirksen Samuelson Pontiac Sales and Service 400 Main St. - Ames, Iowa ft à. CF LADIES’-CHILDREN’S SHOES 319 Main - - - - Phone 694W Ninety Eight Standard Oil Products Service on all ears at Brintnall's 5th Burnett - - - Phone 418 GEI GOOD FOOD at the CAMPUS CAPE 2512 Lincoln Way - - West Ames COMPLETE AUTO BODY SERVICE AMES BODY COMPANY J. G. Soma, Prop. 402 Main . - - - - - Phone 538 Thoughts for the Day Some people are cheerful losers, others can't act. Anyone ean play bridge, but it takes a cannibal to throw up a hand. Even a homely girl ean live long enough to be a pretty old one. Evervthing comes to him who orders hash. The reason that we never hear of women after-dinner speakers 1s that they can't walt that long to tell it. A loving son 1s one who lets his father use his own auto occasionally. Nature is generous. She gives us our faces, but we can pick our own teeth. The modern girl shows a lot more backbone than her mother ever did. He who laughs last is dumb. A stitch in time saves embarrassment. The ability to wriggle your ears doesn’t speed up the growth of your toenails. A man ean quickly change his nationality from a Straphanger to a Laplander. Consider the fish—if Бе 4 keep his mouth shut, he’d never be caught. Many people push a pen, but a pencil must be lead. The trouble with the rising generation is that they rise too late. Always put off at night what you are going to put on in the morning. The man who rises to the occasion should know when to sit down. Corner of West and Hyland WATCHES DIAMONDS FINE WATCH REPAIRING JEWELER ---Х- уо IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL 230 Main St. - - Dixon Drugs Don't be a Tightwad CANDY TOBACCO TAKE YOUR GIRL Friest News Stand Бя ANDY'S WEST AMES WEST AMES Ninety Nine 41—20 — 0с POT DeLuxe Cleaners and Laundry Ames Laundry 218 Fifth Street Ames, Iowa ‘Sweethearts Forever’ Because he Says It With Flowers The Best Friend a Man Ever Had for Personal Flower Service Depend on Coe's Flower Shop SHELDON-MUNN HOTEL There was an old woman who lived in a shoe, With twenty-six kids and a baby or two, Said she, “The old home's getting crowded, b'gosh!” So she moved to a nifty four-buckle galosh. Insure with BURTON and You Are Sure Insured The Home of Good Insurance One Hundred Let Me Repair Your Next Pair of Shoes Shoes Dyed, also Polish and Laces Collegiate Shoe Service H. CASTNER, Prop. 2524 Lincoln Wav DRAGOUN TRANSFER € STORAGE COMPANY Musical Instruments Of All Kinds Eschbach Music House We Will Save You Money Ке What the Seniors have learned the past three years. Ames High has no elevator. “The clock was slow " doesn't always work. The teachers don't approve of chew- ing gum. Gym is compulsory. There is no snap course. There are no easy teachers. PRANE THEIS DRUGGIST 217 Мап St. - - - - Ames, Iowa Munn Electric Co. 311 Main Street AMES, IOWA LINDQUIST CLEANERS TAILORS We always laugh at the teachers jokes No matter how bad they may be, It isn't because they are really so keen, But because it ts just policy. Phone 1700 : 120 Hayward One Hundred One -4—U3—Uc its - ——— ——— - - 2» I == ч I = = i s b | ake re = — I 9 Е ++ наь = —HÓ! " S — = сс O 2202 -—— — нь | ا ل‎ -ee a س ل س‎ И w ت‎ “s У (oct ÁO 41—20 — 0с Advice to the thin: Don't eat fast. Advice to the fat: Don't eat; fast. , Seniors: Lic at d vi z Little strips of wood. Treated scientifically, May your path of life be as success: Make our breakfast food. ful and happy as your high school days Суут Ээ [m TEES MN Florence Langford DRY GOODS S 1 ? ts READY-TO-WEAR BEAUTY PARLOR SHOES AND MILLINERY Masonic Building School Supplies DUDGEONS Toilet Articles TEWE DRY Prescriptions Established 1893 Conklin Fountain Pens $1.00 to $7.50 HAZEL BUCKNAM at JUDISCH BROS. OSBORN'S DRUG STORE Phone (0 Free Delivery A Pleasure to Serve You One Hundred Two — Ir m r — W, f. =. ЛЕР ЕЕН ТИ түт s wu Gw w ww. o Gs Lite Philosophics Косев Евштвсн: Пуше up to one's reputation is an awful strain. GEORGE THOMPSON: You gotta be a football (and basketball) hero. Dorothy Roor: lll tell my father on you! Nep Coover: A fellow never gets anywhere by being modest. PHYLLIS Srupson: It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing. Lucy Cxiapp: I aim to please. BETTEJANE KERN: The bigger they are, the harder they fall for me. MARGARET MORGAN: Toot your own horn, and make ıt loud! LOUISE MORRISON: Whither Johnny goeth, I will go. Jo MacRae: Honest, truly, the Scotch aren't tight. MARGARET SWANSON: Eat and the world eats wıth you. Someone else can do the dieting. DAvID SAYRE: There is a logical explanation for everything. ALICE ATCHLEY: Hi, pal! MirpRED MclrnaATH: Watch out, boys! Here I come. Dick Mason and Dick HummeL (in ehorus): Us strong, silent men—there's more to us than meets the eye. Ask Any Man And he ll say that the first thino he notices about a girl is her head—and that soft, lustrous waves win his vote. RINGLET PERMANENT WAVE $3.00 Complete with Setting EDWARDS FIELD'S GOAL COMPANY Phone 20 BEAUTY SHOP Phone 1069 One Hundred Three 41—20 — 0с 41—20 — 0 PR Professional Directory چ DR. R. D. FELDMAN DENTIST 325% Main - = = Phone 535 DR. F. E. ROBINSON OPTOMETRIST Over Ames Bldg. Loan DR. G. J. SNYDER DENTIST Ames National Bank Bldg. DR. B. D. ATCHIEY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ames Bldg. Loan DR. E. V. WALSH DENTIST Phone 33 — LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL Hanson Lumber Company 212 Duff Avenue Hawkeye | aundry Complete Laundry and Dry Cleanin g Service Phone 9 = 2 - Ames GILCHRIST COAL FEED CO. COAL GRAIN FEED HAY Coal Stokers One Hundred Four I went to Mr. Strathman; He set me tn a chair, For the SPIRIT was coming out, And my picture must be there. I wore my best silk dress, I curled and fluffed my hair, For thè SPIRIT was coming out, And my picture must be there. I smiled my smirkiest smile, The picture—it 15 rare, When the SPIRIT comes out, my friends, You ll find the poor thing there. MATHISON MOTOR CO. Our Store is Headquarters For Everything Made of Leather WE. PARSONS LUGGAGE LEATHER GOODS SALES | | NERVICE 329 Main AMES. IOWA 310 Main - - - -. Phone 721W 108 Hayward Ave. PALMER PLUMBING CO. Plumbing and Heating Eleetrie Household Applianees McDOWELL INSURANCE AGENCY 316 Маш АМИЯ”“ 2 лж, == OWA Рһопе 51 4—20 — 0с Phone 1091 zo e I Ames, Iowa Tilden Manufacturing Co. GRAVES Class Coats and Academie Garments SERVICE STATION Ames Тома = Е West Ames One Hundred Fire 4—20 — 0с " PST LOOK IN THE MIRROR Then take care of the person vou see in the mirror P START À BANK ACCOUNT NOW AT THE Union Story [rust Savings Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. O’ Neil's VELVET [ce Cream A Tasty, Tempting Health Food and Dessert PHONE 62 One Hundred Sir Youll Like Our Work Wreck Rebuilding Spray Painting Chrysler Plymouth Sales and Service Day or Night W. H. NUTTY GAKAGE Phone 35 414 Main St. Ames, Iowa JuNE HuGues: They tell me you have a model brother. Повотну FRAZIER: Yes, but he’s not a working model. The balky mule has four-wheeled brakes, A billy goat has bumpers, A firefly has a bright headlight, Rabbits are puddle jumpers. Camels have balloon-tired feet, And carry spares of what they eat, But still I think that nothing beats The kangaroos with rumble seats. AL mime Class... Zi HINC ВооК It has given us a great satisfaction to produce so fine a book for Ames High as this one is. As in years gone by, we have devoted our best, and you have devoted vour best, toward makine the SPIRIT a true reflection of Ames Hish School. We wish for vou unbounded success and happiness in the years ahead. and thank you for the fine way you have worked with us in makme this SPIRIT. Tribune Publishing Co. Ames. Iowa ‘Jahn В. ОШег Асат-- This slogan has prospered under the discriminating patronage of the more than 300 Year Books that subseribe to our interpretation of cooperation, quality and satisfaction. Jahn Ollier Engraving Company Photoeraphers, Artists, and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Colors Engravers to America’s. Better Year Books since 1901 517 УУ. Washington Boulevard Chicago, Illinois Telephone Monroe 7080 We do not sublet any art or engraving One Hundred Seven -і-Х- Оо тя Abbott, James-29 Adame, Mary-11, 33, 48, 49, 74 Ahrens, Elnora-23, 61 Albaugh, Richard-11, 33 Allen, Bob-2: Allen, Eddie-2: Allen, Hermann-4, 11, 33, 45, 45, 40, 56, 57 Amundson, Lorraine-23 Anderson, Arlene-23, 51, 52, 59, 63 Anderson, Dorothy-29 Anderson, Hannab-11, 33, 51, 57, 59 Anderson, Jack-29 Anderson, Marie-29, 52, 54, 63 Anderson, Robert-11, 33 Anfinson, Kuby-29 Ash, Bob-23, 62, 67, 69, 71 Atchley, Alice-4, 11, 33, 47, 54, 57, 74 Bacon, George-29, 52, 70 Bailie, Robert-11, 33, 50, 69, 70 Baird, Helen-29, 56 Baker, R. Junior-11, 33, 57, 58 Ballard, David-11, 33 Ballard, Opal-11, 33 Barker, Arthur-2: Barnes, Opal-29 Bateman, Ted-23, 60 Bates, Barbara-11, 33 Bates, Margaret-23 Bates, Rose-29 Beach, Harold-2: Bechtel, Ruth-23 Behnke, Letha-11, 33 Benbrook, Kathryn-29 Benbrook, Stanley—11, 33, 57, 58 Benedict, Russell-11, 33, 67, 69 Bennett, Robert-12, 33 Benz, Mr. Leland-8 Beresford, Bruce-12, 34, 55, 64 Beresford, Ruth-29 Berge, Randi-23, 52 Berry, Dean-10, 12, 34, 45, 56 Best, Bob-23, 70 Blacksten, Gayle-23 Blair, Gladys-12, 34 Blandin, Don-29, 67, 70 Bloomberg, Evelyn-12, 34 Bower, Miss Edna-$8, 57, 55, 59 Bowman, Sedalia-2: Braun, Richard-29, 56 Braunwarth, Miss Alpha-$5, 49 Brooker, Billie-29, 55, 56 Brouhard, Maxine-29 Brown, Dustin-29 Brown, Marvin-12, 34, 67, 69, 71 Buck, Guyola-29, 56 Buck, Jim-23, 56 Burham, Gladys-29 Burnett, Barbara-12, 34, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49. 51, 54, 55, 56 Burroughs, Marguerite-12, 34, 45, 45, 49, 51, 54 Bush, John-29, 54 Butler, Ellis-29, 55, 56, 57 Butler, Esther-23 Byrnes, Florence-23, 46, 51, 54, 55, 57 Caine, Richard-4, 12, 34, 45, 48, 49, 50, 57 Cameron, Betty-29 Canady, Jim-29, 52, 70, 72 Cannon, Winnifred-4, 10, 12, 34, 45, 47, 48, 49, 53, 54 Canvin, Miss Madalene-8, 10, 48, 53 Carey, Alice-29 Carter, Betty-23, 54 Carty, Jean-29 Cassady, Francis-29 Chavis, Doris-23 Childs, John-4, 23, 52, 54 Chitty, Phyllis-29 Christensen, Betty-23 One Hundred Eight Index Christensen, Bob-29 Christensen, Clarke-23, 58 Christensen, Maurice-23 Clapp, Lucille-12, 34 Clark, George-23 Clark, Ora-23, 51, 54, 57 Clark, Ray-12, 34, 50, 67, 72 Clark, Russell-23 Clements, June-29 Clyde, Gordon-23, 50 Cole, Charlotte-29 Collins, James-29 Cooper, Вецу-29 Соорег, Коша Jean-2: Coover, George-29, 54, 58 Coover, Mervin-4, 12, 35, 49, Coover, Ned-20, 35 Countryman, Caroline-12, 35, 57 Coughenower, Kex-23 Cox, Claude-2; Cox, Eugene-23, 55 Cox, Lucille-29, 63 Cox, Wilma-23 Соу, Уутап-29 Craig, Charles-13, 35 Craig, Margaret-23 Crocker, Margaret-29, 54 Crocker, Thomas-13, 35, 49, 53 Cronan, Geraldine-23, 57, 59 Crosley, Bob-29, 57, 58 Crump, Ruth-13, 35 Cue, Jim-23, 69, 70 Cue, Mary Jane-29, 52 Cunningham, Dorothy-23, 57, 59 Cunningham, Glen-13, 35, 50, 51, 57, 28, 62, 67, 69 20, 57 Dahl, Marvin-13, 35 Davis, Barbara-23, 74 Davis, Catherine-29 Davis, Earl-23 Davis, Marie-29 Davis, Virgil-23 Day, Mr. Richard-8, 56 Deal, Lois-29 Defore, Dorothy-13, 35 DeHoet, Guy-30, 70 Delamore, Dorothy-13, 35 Deming, Charles-23 DeValois, Donald-30, 60 DeVore, John-29 DeVries, Margaret-13, 35, 57 Dillon, Edith-13, 35, 59 Dodds, Helen-13, 35 Donels, Mr. Ray-5, 62, 67, 71, 72 Downs, Dorothy-29, 59 Downs, Irene-29 Dudgeon, June-23, 51, 57, 59 Dudley, Pauline-29, 57, 59 Duitch, Svlvia-13, 35, 74 Dunagan, Dorothea-29, 57, 59 Dunning, Mildred-24 Duvall, Juanita-29 Eichling, William-30, 56 Elding, Laverne-13 Elliot, Mrs. Grace-5 Ellis, Ruby-30 я Emerson, Reynolds-24, 58 Enke, Loren-24 Erickson, Richard-24, 70 Erickson, Ruth-30 Erwin, Dale-24, 56 Fall, Maxine-24 Farni, Helen-24, 52, 61 Feldman, Louis-13, 35, 47, 50, 53, 54, 56, 67 Fenley, Sannas-30 Ferguson, Jay-24 Ferguson, Leon-24, 67, 69 Firkins, Miriam-30, 59 Fischer, Arthur-30, 54, 56 Fischer, Fred-13, 35, 50, 56, 57 Flack, James-30 Flahive, Dorothy-14, 35 Flogstad, Berneice-14, 26 Flogstad, Calvin-30, 68, 70, 72 Foster, Robert-14, 26, 67, 69 Frangos, Angelo-70 Frangos, Mary-30 Frangos, Pauline-30, 60 Frangos, Steve—30 Frazier, Dorothy-14, 36, 51, 64, 74 Frazier, Gerald-14, 36, 52, 53, 62, 70, we 4 4 Frazier, Virginia-24, 64, 74 French, Karl-30 Friedrich, Mary Alice-24, 61, 63, 74 Friest, Warren-24, 55 Fritsch, Roger-10, 14, 36, 47, 54, 57 Fuller, George-30, 55, 60 Fulmer, Norman-24, 56 Galloway, William—24, 70 Gaunt, Mrs. Ferne—8, 54, 55 Geataganas, Dorothy-30, 52, 54 Geiger, Earl-24, 67 Gerdes, Lura-24 Gernes, Dick-24, 47, 54 Gibb, Allan-24 Gibb, Charles-30 Gibb, Mrs. Lucille-5 Giese, Barbara-30, 54, 59 Gilchrist, Don-24 Gilchrist, Jean-24 Gilchrist, Norma-30 Gilman, Ruth-24, 59 Gowen, Elaine—14, 36 Green, Genevieve-14 Grimes, Darwin-30, 72 Grinstead, Arlyn—24, 56, 62, Grinstead, Robert—30, 56, 70 Gronlid, Miss Henrietta-5 Gunder, Frances-14, 36, 60 67, 69 Hadish, Miss Helen-5, 63 Hall, Carlyle-30 Hall, Mary-14, 36, 49, 57, 61 Hamilton, Noble-24 Harms, Mr. John-S Harrison, Mary-30, 60 Hartman, Geraldine-30 Hartsook, Miss Ferne—S8, 10, 53 Harvey, Evelyn-24, 61 Hedrick, Vincent-24, 60, 64 Heggen, Ted-30, 56 Hein, Charlotte—30, 57, 64 Helmick, Mary Alice—14, 36, 63, 74 Hendrickson, Mary—30, 57, 59 Hickok, Howard-14, 36, 54, 56, 67 Hillmer, Myron—24 Himmell, Bob-30, 56, 57 Holm, Joe—14, 37, 46, 55 Holmes, Mary-30 Holmes, William-14. 36 Holmgren, Betty—15, 36, 49 Huffman, Eleanor—30 Hug, Howard-24 Hug, Jean-30, 52, 59 Hughes, June+4, 10, 15, 37, 49, 57, 59, 63, 74 Hummel, Richard-24, Hunter, Miss Helen-S Hunter, Ruth-30 50, 56 Illeman, Robert-15, 37 Inglis, Helen-15 Iverson, Bob-30, 58 Jav, John-24, 52 Johnson, Dorothy-30, 60 Johnson, Gerald-30, 70, 72 Johnson, Pauline—24, 60 Johnston, Ted-30, 54 Jones, Betty—4, 15, 37, 45, 48, 49, 51 Jones, Bill 30, 52, 57, 53 Jones, Clyde-15, 37, 52, 53, 62, 67, 69, 10 Jones, Gladys-15, 37, 49, 59 Jones, Grace-24 Jones, Warren-24 Kaigh, Bill-24 Kauffman, Glenn-30, 64 Kelleher, Betty—15, 37, 49, 51, 63, 74 Kelso, Robert-—30, 70 Kennedy, Charles—30, 58, 60 Kern, Bettejane-4, 24, 51, 57, 59, 74 Kildee, Kathleen—4, 30, 59 King, Anita-24 king, Frank-24, 57 Kirby, Winona-30 Kirkpatrick, Genevieve—24, 59 Knuths, Winifred-24, 60, 74 Konemann, Mary-30 Koontz, LaVon-30 Koontz, Paul-15, 37, 67, 65, 69, 70 Kress, Bob-30 Krumholtz, Davy-15, 37, 49, 61 Lanning, Mary Jane—24, 60 Lapp, Billy-30, 56 Larson, Mr. Jordan-7 Larson, Lovona-30, 70 La Seur, Harvey-25, 70 Lavman, Roy- 15, 37 Leach É Arden-30, 70 " Leffler, Mary-15, 37, 49, 56, 59, 74 Leininger, Medeia-30 Leith, Doris-25, 56 Leland, Glenn-15, 37 2 50, 67, 69 Levine, Thelma-31, 57 Licht, Herbert-25, 50 Linder, Darwin-31, 70, 72 Lindquist, Elmer-25 Lindquist, Мапе 25 Little, Betty-31, 52, 54 Loomis, Jeanne—25, 54 Long, Marjorie-15, 37, 56 Lorenz, Mr. Roscoe—S, 60 Lounsberry, Elinor—16, 37, 49, 57, 59 Loyd, Bonita—4, 16, 37, 49, 51 Lunsford, Miss Alvira-5, 63 McCarthy, Richard-31, 46, 54, 55 McDonald, Kenneth-25, 64 McDonald, Margaret-31 MeDowel, Phyllis—25 McElyea, Eleanor-31, 54 McGee, Dwight-31 McHone, Virginia-25 Mellrath, Mildred-25, 60 McLaughlin, Richard-16, 38 Mackin, Miss Helen-5, 10, 45 MacRae, Josephine—16, 38, 47, 51, 52, 53, 54, 57, 64, 71, 74 Madison, Archie—25 Mallory, Glen-31 Martin, Virginia-16, 35, 51, 59 Mason, Rex-62, 67, 69 Mason, Richard-20, 35, 62, 67, 69, 71 Mathison, Dick-31, 52, 54 Matsen, Vernon-31 Menten, Norvella-25, 74 Menze, Keith-31, 52, 58 Merrick, Jim-31, 52, 54, 69 Merrill, Irving-16, 38, 45, 46, 47, 49, 54, 55, 5 Meyers, Mary Jane-16, 38, 51 Mezvinsky, Dorothy-31, 55 Miller, Elinor-25 Miller, Mrs. Flora T.-8 Miller, George-31 Mets Jeanne—16, 38, 49, 51, 52, 53, Miller, Marjorie-25, 60 Miller, Mildred-31 Miller, Muriel-16, 38 Minert, Поп-25, 67, 68, 70 Minert, Lisle-4, 16, 38, 56 Minott, Mary-25, 60 Mitchell, James-25 Mitchell, Wallace-25 Mize, Harold-31 Moore, Wilma-25 Moorman, Wanda-106, 38, 45, 51, 53, 54, 61 Morgan, Harold-31, 54 Morgan, Margaret-25, 59 Morgan, Richard-25 Morris, Bettylee-10, 16, 38, 45, 49, 53 Morris, Mary Jane-25, 59 Morris, Millie-16, 39, 60 Morrison, Harold-31 Morrison, Louise-25, 51, 54, 57 Morrissey, Joan-25 Mortvedt, Leslie-31, 60 Moses, Ronald-16, 39, 67, 69 Mulhall, Robert-31, 58, 62, 67, 69, 72 Mvers, Kenneth-25, 61 Neff, Wilson-17, 39, 47, 45, 49, 54, 67, 69 Nelsen, Marguerite-25, 61 Nelson, M yrtle-25 Nelson, Caroline-25 Newhouse, Lenore-31 Nichol, Helen-25, 51, 52, 54 Nichols, Robert-17, 39, 55 Nichols, Burton-31, 60 Nicholson, Florence-31, 57, 59 Nordeen, Lois-20, 39 Norlin, Maxine-20, 56 Nowlin, Robert-17, 39 Olive, Betty-31 Olive, Max-17, 39 Olson, Don-25, 61 Olson, George-25 Olson, Maybl-31 Olsson, Sigvard-17, 39 O' Neil, Catherine-31, 54 O'Neil, Charles-10, 17, 39, 50, 53, 54 O'Neil, Jim-31, 70 O' Neil, John-25, 62, 67, 69, 71 O'Neil, William-31 Orton, Morton-20, 39 Osborn, Dick-31, 70 Osborne, Virginia-31 Ott, Bob-25, 67 Overgard, George-31 Paley, Jim-31, 52, 54, 70, 72 Pantenburg, Agatha-17, 39, 60 Pantenburg, Edna-60 Park, Muriel, 31 Paulson, Bernita—31 Pedersen, Norman-4, 25, 52, 60, 70 Peet, Hartwell-17, 39, 49, 62, 71 Penney, Barbara-25, 51 Perry, Rosella-31 Peterson, Arlene-25 Peterson, Esther-17, 39, 60 Peterson, Delbert-31 Peterson, Maxine—31 Phares, Esther-17, 39 Plagge, Doris-4, 25, 47, 54, 5 Polhemus, Martin-31 Powers, Alton-17, 39 Pruitt, Dorothy-25 Puffett, Willard-31 - Quaife, Betty-4, 10, 17, 39, 53, 54 Quaife, Dorothy-31, 54 Quinn, Miss Rowena-8 Quinn, Thomas-31, 72 Radcliffe, Donald-25 Rapp, Glendora-31, 54 Ray, Maynard-31 Ray, Roger-4, 25, 50, 52, 54 Read, Malvadine—31 Reddy, Polly Jane—25, 51 Reed, Mary Jane-25 Reynolds, Gene-25, 58 Reynolds, Marjorie-31, 54 Rhea, Josephine—26, 51, 74 Rice, Charles-4, 26 Richardson, Adelaide-26, 51, 54, 59 Richardson, Genevieve—26, 56 Riedesel, Bill-17, 40, 62, 67, 69 - Riedesel, Jean-26, 56 Riggs, Dorothy—26, 57 Riley, Marie-17, 40 Rinehart, Robert-32, 50 Ringennberg, Ruth-32, a Robinson, Edward-32, 52 Roemer, Willard- 18, 40 Копошееп, Vick-32, 58 Rood, Mary-32, 61 Root, Dorothy-4, 18, 40, 45, 47, 48, 49, 54 Ross, Edwin-26, 70, 72 Ross, Merl-32, 57, 58 Ross, Ronald-32, 54, 72 Rothacker, Alfred-26, 62, 67, 69 Ruggles, Leon-4, 26 Runnells, Frances-32, 59 Sampson, Dorothy-32, 57, 59 Satre, Gayle-52 Sayre, David-10, 18, 40, 45, 46, 47, 49, 54, 55, 57 Schafer, Charles-26, 64 Scheuermann, Leroy—26, 67, 70 Schubert, Naomi-18, 40, 74 Schubert, Bob-32 Se hweiger, Mary-32 Selby, Miss Eleanor-8 Severson, Mildred-26, 61, 74 Sexauer, Edgar-32, 60 Shearer- Robert-4, 26, 54, 58 Shipp, Thelma-26, 59, 74 Shockley, Bill-26, 54 Shockley, Orla-32 Shoen, Theone—26, 74 Shugart, Dorothy-18, 40, 60 Siberell, Dorothy-4, 18, 40, 47, 51, 52, 53 Sills, Glen-20, 40, 62, 69 Sills, Richard-32, 67 Sills, Russell-26 Simpson, Phyllis-4, 18, 40, 47, 49, 51, 59, 74 Skerry, Наггу-32 Smith, Barbara-18, 41, 59, 61 Smith, Don-26, 62, 70, 71 Sorenson, Earl-54 Spatz, Miss Lelah-8, 45 Speck, Charles-32, 57, 58 Spratt, Marie-26 Springer, Mary-32, 59 Stafford, Richard-32 Stahlman, William-20, 41 Stange, Jean-26, 60 Starkweather, Virginia-18, 41, 56 Steinberg, Dick-32, 64 Stoaks, Miss Mary E.-5, 51 Stover, Richard-26 Strain, Mary-32 Swanson, Jack-32, 58, 64 Swanson, Margaret- 18, 41, 49 Swartz, Martha- 18, 41, 49, 56, 74 Swearingen, Betty-26 Swedell, Mr. Bernard-5, 64 Sweeney, Elizabeth-26, 51, 63,64, 74 Тай, Jeanne-4, 18, 41, 45, 47, 48, 49, 53, 54 Тай, Магу-32, 54 Taylor, Barbara-26, 54, 74 Taylor, Barbara-26, 54, 74 Taylor, Joe-26, 50, 52, 56, 62, 67, 69 Taylor, Kenneth-26, 70 Дарк, Mable-4, 18, 41, 48, 49, 51, Лок, Maynard-32 Teeter, Kenneth-26, 72 Thomas, lone-18, 41, 49, 74 Thompson, Bonita-19, 41, 61 Thompson, Dick-32, 54, 56, 62 Thompson, George—26, 62, 67, 69, 70, 71 Thompson, Robert-19, 41, 71 Tice, Billy-26 Tripp, Aubrey-32, 57 Tripp, Robert-32, 57, 58 Trotter, Randall-32, 70 Trow, Robert-26 One Hundred Nin, ——3320— UC» ЭЭ " Truesdell, URGE 11-32, 58 lurner, Mr. J. 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