Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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Q, 4 5 5 3 E S, 53 E GF DY G B TUDEUT S E TH gQHGGL ww presents THE SPIRIT for I939 Edifor .... f1II.XRI.O'I"I'l'I llmx B usi'nwss Mumzgwr . . BIVRIEI. lima Aflrvrfising ,lluzmgvr . DICK 1Nl.xTI1lsu:x .11 rf Edifor . . A R'rHIf1: 1+'Ism'Hlf:R Sponsor . . JOHN IIARMS r IN MEMORIAM BONNIE SCOTT MQIQUIVIG T-db'2 of Contents ADMINISTRATION SCHOOLBOARD MR. LARSON, MR. YOUNG FACULTY STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR SENATE CLASSES JUNIORS SOPHOMORES ORGANIZATIONS FIRE SQUAD G. R. CABINET HI-Y CABINET ART CLUB LIBRARY CLUB SPIRIT STAFF DEBATE CLUB NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY QUILL AND SCROLL JORDAN I,. LAHS w Sll1Jf'l'I-IIff'IIlfl'lIf UN , .. Mr I LI un, Ur. lw-hlnlaul, Nlr. Rulnnsmm, Mr. lualwmmls, MV. Nlf RIJ UI" I'IlHl'1'A'l' Illlihill, Mr, BI1'l'k0l', NIV. Ilmvn NIS Nl. YOUNG 1,2'l.lII'l'1?l1l c.I,14:1,A-xxlm Mlss ICDNA Mlss Mn. lilvrmlclm Mn. KIAZITH Mus, I.1'vu,1': Miss Ii lcxz Bow 1431: MAIJALI-:N li I My IJr1I,.A.smu"l"1' G1 nn Ilrzxml-:'r'1' VANYIN - GlcoxI,xn Mus. ss Ill-:mix Mn. .lfmx Mlss lficlcx MAlu:l'l4:m'l'141 Mlc. Rosvm Mlss .'XIA'Ili.k Miss Illcm Nl! II,-xmsu Ilmms IIAlc'rsmm Hui xs Imxslfmm Nl.-wmv hvk is Xllcs. l"l,un,x Miss Ml:.lCv1cnlc'I"l' Mn. XD Mn. RAY Mu. Mlss LICI..-Xl I NIlI.I,l'IR ftll.-XliI,0'l"I'l'1 lil'rl,ANn I,Awu14:Nc'r1 SMALLIN1: L. WM xr: Sli-X'l'Z N1cI.soN Slxlmlaulxu SMITH Miss Klum' Mn. Mus. Mn. Miss IGVA Miss ICDNA STU.-xus Hl'1liNAliD RUWIQNA Ii1+:NN1c'l'u XYHITI-I Wumox Sw r:mc1,1. 'l'nmn1,1a W :cms QE fl. Top row: Baile-', E. Morris, E. O'Neil, Fischer, J. Martin, Truesdell. Illifldle row: Pride, Rupe, Carlson, Clyde, L. Cox, R. Miller, B. Firkins. Helium rim-.' HI1b. Ruggles, Helser, Mulhall, Miss White, Bob W'ilson, W. Buck. STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER BOB lX'll'LHALL President BOB WILSON BOE WILSON Vice President ART FISCHER PEGGY HELSER Secrelary ANNE NIILLER XVARREN BUCK Treasurer WARREN BUCK H IC Student Council, the self-governing body of the students, is made up of the presidents of the eighteen home rooms, with Miss VVhite as the new faculty adviser. Meetings of the council were held during the third period every Monday. In these meetings problems concerning the school Or the student body as a whole, were settled. The Student Council is divided into five different committees to care for the business within its jurisdiction. The Social Committee organized the annual "Open House, " held on November 10, with the council as a whole acting as hosts. The Assembly C'onnnittee had charge of all the assemblies of the year. The Cittizeiisliip cl0ll1IIllii'0l', together with the first semester civics classes, promoted at bicycle eainpaign. The Service Committee had charge of the Lost and Found lbepartment in the school, and held sales to dispose of unclaimed articles. The Publicity Cominittee was kept busy assisting the other committees. A fingerprinting project, in which 165 Senior students in Ames High were fingerprinted, was sponsored by the Student Council in the Spring. There are plans for tl1e juniors tlllil sophomores next fall. The Student Founeil were again hosts for the annual State Leadership Fon- ference held iII Ames on April 21 and 22. BOB TVILSON, '39 N I N E J 'P ze 75 'ff AMES V"lS f vga' ggegif I 2:11 E HI W ,.,. ,., ' v A1 fi? HIGH 9 . '-Sgiff' 1 J .51 Top row: lJoY0I'0 C:zi'vy, P. Mr'Don:i.lrl, Mnlhison, Cm: Yl'l'llllSlll'll, li. Cox. .1l1'flfllwr'm1'.' l'llSf'llI'I', Millhull, Miss ll:u'Isook. Mr. liitlancl, Sorvnson, W. lhivk. Ballon: rmr: D. fiI'iIll4'S, R,l1llI1UllS, C. 1'il1lQ,'SiiLll, Slcvi'i'y, l.itllv, liolv Wilson. SEUIGR SEIWHTE lJI'6'NI'll'6Ilf . . Ilmciu' Smzimi' VIAIT' l'resffienI . VAL l'iLOIlS'I'AlJ S0l'?'l'llll'jj , . . . l3ic'i"i'Y I.i'i"i'i,i: Treriswer . . Finxxciss lii'xNi:LLs ll lf Svnior SK'll2lll', ilu: ggovf-rniiig hofly of fhv C'l:1ss of '39, consists of thi- Sc-nioi' Vlziss oflicvrs, lllt'SK'Ill0I'll0Hl1' room pwsiflf-iifs, :inil onc- i'm:p1'1-svm:1tiv:- ol' mu-li svnioi' hoinv room. This group ll0I'llllll2l.lUS and pre-sc-nts to thc' Sm-nior Floss plans that c'o11cx'1'i1 thi- S1-nioi'C'l:iss :is:L holly. It clvviili-s XVlll'lllK'I' or noi thr- Olzlss sli:1llh:iw:n motto, llowr-r, oi' colors, :incl il' so, just what th:-y shnll he-. Thi' Sl'I1l0I' Wvvk 2lCllVlll0S11l'USllpl'1'VlSOll hy this homly. This j'K'1lI'llll'Sl'Il2lil' phinna-fl :mil cw:1r1'ic-cl out :in :ill-day 1-lass pic-nic, whivh was hc-lil :it thc' Y. NI. CK A. ilnnp nv:n' lioom-. This picnic was i11 thi- plucv of thc' i':-guilni' niorning :lip :inil lm-:ikllist :it C':n'r's. This holly :llso has thc: iwsponsilmility of planning thc- Yocutionxil Gnirlznic-1: progiwini whim-h is hvlci in lhv spring. A si-rivs of talks on choosing vovniions :incl c-ollc-gvs, pc-1'son:1lity traits in businvss, problviiis of Coll:-gv fiiiaiicv, :inml oppor- lllIllli0S in skillrwl traulf-s wi-rv givvn to tho Svnioi' C'l:iss hy proininr-nt invn. Thr- liiw:1,nis cllllll workvml out :ln :ippwiific-vsliip plan for thc- boys who wisliccl to work for :1 tiinv in sonic: Anim-s husinvss. lgl'i'l"l'Y l4I'I"l'Ll:l, '39 T H N 'np row: lilnyil l5l:u'kstum', Rllyllllbllll .-Xmlvrsuri, Domi Curvy, Dim-k Bliss, Frvcl liamioti, Marion Burk, Dwight lliislwy, llurrni Bailey, Dick .'xIldCI'SOIl. lliflrllf' l'Ull'.' lfllson lin-linlw, Dc-:mn lintilvr, Mzmxinv Cam-y, lim-try Drilvy, lXIil.I'.lllI'l0 A-Xrrezsrnitli, G11-tcln-li Anton, l"ranu'im- lic-utmi, Dnrotliy Bcvtmi, liulaml liariios, David Blzicklnirn. UHIIIII r'4m': .lm-:in lin-tnzmll, Mililiw-ml Caunplwll, llvlvn .-Xllvn, llc-lvn Ale-xmidivr, Dorothy liimlivk, Blziry lilnsscr. liotliv lilnssvr, l5:n'lw:n':x Cziins-. . . , . , , . , . N op row: Art Davis, RA'll1'j' Curtis, lwnnvtli Donvlsun, .luv lullmt, lXOIlI1t'fll Davis, llulm Cmopur, Donailml Crump. Bull Duvall. llfrlfllr row: lifl Collins, Iii-ily Duvall, Mzu'gio Davis, Myrna Carlson, Bc-tty Cushing, Arlct Cln'isti'nson. I.mwll Craig. ullnm l'0ll'.' lintli Dzwis. llvlvn Dzilm-V, Ruth Dennis, lszmlwl Dumtliv, Mznfnriv Cunvur, Bm'tl1:L . . J l'llliutt, Mary lmu Dm'4'l10stvl', liiwvm-Fly Cl1I'istufT0l'soIl. II0l'Illl Baile-y has 0111c'1'g3gi-il froni flu' 111115805 as tlicl 0l1fSfill1illIlg.I piwt :mil Rod Hvggvn :is our prizv bluslim: E 1, lil V E N rdf' 1 C7 x I gf 3'-1. Top rruzx' .lim l"ust4'1', Bolm Flillrit-I', Slit-parcl fil'Ul'Il0, Dun Fit-lml, Dun llm-ggvn, lhwiil filllllilll, .lim Frivs, Divk Gmlfwy, ,1lIill'1Ill'l'0ll'.' Cm-lylv llzill, Stuvu l'lI'lLIlgUS, l'lI'2Lllli Grirnus, Harlvy Ellis, .li-:ui Urillitli. Bull l'll'1LZll'l', lflzwlv Grillith, .luhn flilllizun. Firsl raw: .lt-mliu lflvans, Cllzirlotto l"a,r1'mi, Maifurio Cl1'il'l'ith. .Ioan Il:-lmivk. lkitsx' G:illig:ui. I . ,I . lln,e'r'lm-I-t Ilf-in, lvc-tai lla,llm1'g, Peggy Lux. Top rmv: Kvnnutli IIIIIIILII, Paul llmrklmm, lthwiustt llixsm, lic-ii lInwm'l.l1, llmmlml Julnw, llurnlil Kniglit lflvt-rvtt Joy. llIifl1iI0ro1r.' ldvc-li'n lic-llogg, livtty lkc-rfl, Julio J0llIlSlOIl, llzizvl Ilia-mstrri, Hula llilzuul, .lm':mm' liriiglit, Glzulys Kzuilfrnzui, Mary Julius, lhI2LI'll4ll'll,S Kvrim-cly. First mum' Dolurvs Kirby,G4-l't,1'iitlv Ilzu'n'st:ul, Yvimmi llvwitt, Pc-ggy llvlsvr, Nlirimxi liimlz-rrnmi, livtty IVOFSUII, l':Llrit'i:i K1-ith. lhl1LI'.lHI'lC lllllbllthftl. JUUICDPS Tho Junior Flaws COIlCll1llCll tho your with many stiulvnts lmvixig zittnim-fl high lionors. 'l'h0 annual Junior Vlziss Play, 1f6gZ'IlI1CI'iS 1,1u'lf, was 1-xcvptimmlly wt-ll duno with Ann Millc-1' :md Hubvrtt Rugglvs c:11'x'ying thc- main :noting honors with il line supporting cast. TXVELVE Top rmr: Clmrlvs Likvly, Hull lXIl'C1lTllly', Bob LzLVvllv, Lynn M:i,l1aIni:il1, Kirk Mvfluirv, Rnbort l,:n'snn, Htl Morris, Don Mc-Cord. Mzllfllz' row: .lim Myers, Willmnr lNIc-lntosh, Kc-nnotlt Nr-lsun, Don Nil-hols, John McCautl1y l'illgL'0llK' Lintlbtruni, Owl-n lA'iTlt'l', Yarn Lownizm. Ballon: rnuv Ya-ltla May, Mary Kurtz, livtty Nivlinls, lwvltllll Light, .Xnn Milli-r, lflnycv Mc Gvv, llvlvn M1-lluwvll, Maury Larson. Top ruzr: llnlwrt liugglvs, Holm I'os1-gatv, Joe lieyrinlchi, Bula Quist, Jack Pool, John Ode-ll, Dim-k 0'Dnnnvll, lluylv l'la9gmu.ni1. Mizltllc' rnzr: llt-rlmrt litipgglvs, Dorotlly Pl-:u'so11, fiCl'l1'LltlU Panilsrvn, Dick Pzmtc-nlmurg, Betty llolrinsun, Ill-lon 0'Nm-ul, lion Ross. Ballon: ruuk' llzu'i'ivt l'ui't.1-r, .lc-umm' Pallas, M:mrjm'iv Rupv, Doris Ol:-sam, Mzn'g:l,r0t, Kitts. Helen Olson, lllll'lHll'll lii4'l1tcr, lictty Pcvk. JUIWIGRS .lvnniv livanis was Jo mlm' choico for rosiclviit of the class Burt Shovn was . . . . . , 7 VICC pI'l'Sltl0llt, Patsy Gillllgilll was svcr0t:u'y, and 312lI'JOI'l0 C oovvi' was t1'vas11I'01'. 'I'lIIl!'I'EEN 1 X s l Top row: Bernard Sc-hmidt, Tom Tosdahl, Burton Shoon, Myrtlo Sow-rson, Fldward Shorts-n, Ralph Sills. Miflrllz' row: Mary Sathor, Marjorio 'l':1Ff, Marjorie Short-, Dorothy Svhlivk, Mary Thoulpson, Ht-lc-n Louiso Sc-ott, Peggy Stafford, Patty Sort-glian. First row: Bonnic Scott, Phyllis Swoxiringen, Maxine Sutter, xxflllil. Mario Show, Yirginiu. Swartz, Hvlon Tziylor, Botty Soveroid, Dorothy Todd. Top row: VVvslvy YVic-rson, Don VVilkius, YYarron YVzLterS, Don YVOzLglt-y, Marslmll Young. Holm Yitquain, Philip Yam Ylavk. Illiddlt' row: VVilrna, Vogt, Eloiso YYhovler, Ruth Zimmerman, Lzuim YYilkin, Spt-rin-1' Yzxmlvr- linden, Grcttclie-n Young, Janet. Waterbury, Sylvia. Stuhlsatz. Bottom row: Holen Yovom, Edith VVierson It-le Vvavh, Mildrc-d l'hl, Janet 'l'urnor, lit-tty YYilson, Enfuna Wzillarw, Lillian Young. JUVWIORS You'll nt-vm' forgot hor! Amos Highs numboi' ono problmn child Caiccording to Miss Hadishj. In cast- you dont know hor by that c-Gcvntric titlv you will at oncv rvcognizv hor as tht- groat artist of tho fzunous Junior Vlass. Of voursf- it's Bvtty Ann Ivt-rsonl Did you PVPI' hoar of anyono olso with the-so tznlt-nts? F 0 I' Ii 'I' E E N Top: Rulpli Alle-n, John Arnold, Don Czintonwinu. Km-nm-th Beresford, Clawson Cannon, Bob Ahhott, .-Krthur liaitvs, .lim Anderson, Dick Borg, Chauncey Alcott. M1'1l1lI1'.' ltllzmino ll2il'llt'if, .lm-an Bvnton, Joan Barlow, Carolyn Camplwll, .lc-an Arrasmith, Norma. Bzuior, Betty liorhow, Corinnc- Cam-y. Iiollmn: lhlith Baia-r, lhm-0 Borg, Evelyn Andi-rson, Louiso Brown, Martha, Brvttmill, Doris Clmsv, Virginia c.l1LI'i0l', Graco Brown. Top: l"rmlri1'k Cody, liolm Conlon, IAlWl'0Ill'f' Connolly, Roy Davis, livonarcl Dclrloet, Elle-ry Coinstovk, l'lzLrolml Clemons, Don DOLzLHunt, Hugh Cort. M1'fl1ilfz' Avis Dnrnor, Elinor Crump, Ba,rl1:u':L Crosv, Harris Dahl, Hugh Coy, Bill Cushing, Boh Clark, .loan Cola- Bvtrty Comstock, Tlwlma Dual. Holtom: Mnriloo Cooper, .lean Clark, Doniso Conroy, Janet Clydv, Dorothy Christrizmsori, Mary Cook, li2i.tllCl'lllt3 Cox, Eva-lyn Cody. SGP!-IGWCDRES Yoh, tlic-rv was fl'l1t'llYl' going 'round in that world history class when liilocn Duclgvon, Victoria Moliihbvn, and t'Bugs" Firklns wore all waiting oxpcctantly for Miss Sp:1tz's I'0C0gfllftl0fl so that thvy could I'C'Clt0 pa.r1'ot-llko their momorlzvd lists. Rosvs to tho gal with tht- biggcst smile--Norma Bauer. F l F T E E N I Top: G1-ui'gv Il:u'1in:in, Die-k lluiigvn, Gvnrgv Gi'imlm', Milfmwcl Fjuw-, Diizuio Dirksen, M4-rlv Uoolvy, Bula lfi-iq-mli-ii-Ii, .lnhn Erickson. fllirlfllwf liruvo lfirkins, Cly4lv ill'l'l'Il, liilm-mi Diulgc-mi. Mary Clil4'ln'ist, Hi-lc-n ilmwn, Louisi- D1-Yi'ivs. Doris Dvrnpsi-y. fll'I'll'I1ll0 Hain, Huh l'lliLl1lH'l', Philip IClmli'mlg.w, Bollom: Virginian Dyas, Marilyn Dykes, L1-ota Gm-rrlcs, lizirharii Hull, Mzwgzm-I llmslnir-klm-, Ingrid I"lug.fstzul, Dum Grifhth, Doris Griffith. Top: Bill Kiiigkaicli-, .lzimus Lynch, Kvnm-tli L4-wis, Dzirwin K4-plizirt. Mary lim-th Kmnitx, Ccuirtiu-y Kinilor, Dull- Kmvsoii, llzu'vc-y Lzmntz. Mz'fl1lIi'.' Ili-lon King, Mzu'jm'iv Ili-in, Pvggy Katvr, Betty Knuqlsun. Ruth l,in'c-li. Dzulvrn- Knuths, Mzmrgy lizmwlur, l'Ivvlyn Johnsun, Iiiwillv Kc-iglvy. Bnllom: Beverly .lniiur-., .luainitu L21 Dzi,ssm', Alll'i'll Ilnlnigron, llolmis Kopluwt, liwiiim- lmlaunl, Ann MOCoi'niick, Phyllis Kmjivvk, Bcity Kulow. SOPHCDVTWGRES Hugh Fort Cclon't wr- all vnvy fhat acc:-ntl stole- tho show whc-n hv wus in- tiiwliim-cl in H1-Y hy rvplying, " 1.111 from Lv:iv0nw0i'tl1." NYM if just hy Chzmcv that l'nui'tn0y lillIlll'I' coniing frmn ai gvmiu-try quiz was Whistling, I Never Knew. S I X 'l' IC PI N 1 J Q It bi kt. Qnlliril Q umm! 2990730 A '- l , F Top: .lt-rry Nlnrtau Pzmnl lhI0l'22ill, Clnwlvs lvlajor, John Martin, Lloyd Mnliono Dow Mitt-livll, Girl 5 . lioh NHT, Ilornc-0 Madison. i'lIi1lrII1': Shirlvy h is, .lohn Mndson, llzwicl Mnmrn, 1'lllgL'Pll0 lxlii,fh0ll, liolwrt Morrison, .luck Moyv, .lini Mooro, Rohm-rt Nt-lson, Earl McCoy, lXIinnn Mvzvinsky, Rnth Millvr. liollom: Yic-torin lNlt'Kilwlwt?Yi. Mzirjoriv Mvllono, Millie Morrison, Gwvndolyn Millvr, ldlizzilwtli Mriloy, lxl1Il:yj1Xrl2Ll'llll, Marilyn lN'It-mls NI: " AIlllg'0gll'li. Top: liolm Phillips, Ralph P:uilson Clinrlvs Ray, i rt nu' I ilmj L nl Nichols, .lack Pork, Guy liim-li:n't. llolmvrt Olive. All-IIIHIH' lllaulys Ulson, Virginia O'Nt-il, Dirk Pridv, Dirk liotlgt-rs, John liovliv, Eligvno O'Nuil, Rohm-rt Nutty, cl0OI'g0.P0l0l'SOI1, Dorthy Rzifdal, Bt-tty llynkiowitz. Bottom: Mildrvd lioinst-y, Beulah Ronth, Floroncu Potorson, Anna Kay Norris, Lynn Nichols, Mary June Rice, Olive Peterson, Peggy Rushing. SGP!-lOfTlGl2ES 'l'l1vrt-'s mositivv roof now that wo have- "rods" in our midst :in wa at - . . . y o tho sophoniorv olvctions Hvrr Hltll'1' was onv of tho proinising canitlidaitvs. So was Fcrdinzind thc- Bull but what political significance has this? SEYENTEEN 1lI1'rlflIw.' .lov Sliurv, lI:11'1'i1-t Stool. li:1tl11'y11 Smith, l1111'ill1- Stoll, lmwis Slt'0Ilf'l'. lQ1lllllt'f'll Vlllllbl Iiofhmli llilvtlu- 'l'ml1l. M:11'i:111 Willis. C111'i11111- XVlI'l'SUIl. M:1,1',if11'ic- Z1-11. .xllllil NYu11sl1'y, llmwn -.-Alf Tn 1: I'lVl'l'l'll 'l':1vl111', Hula:-1't Straiin, Ri1'l1:11'1l 'l':1vlo1', Rulu-1'1 SilllSlJlII'y. H:11'ol1l Sl111g1:11't. Rnlu I . . 'l':1vlm'. .lim SflllI'I'll'I', Imrm SC'2l,gII'Y'. sun. lJHI'lllllY Spmti. l1111'1':1i11v Spvvk. l'I1'vi11 Smith. 131111111115 lA'il:1Hl11-ltf111.AG1':11':- Sw:111s1111. l'lliI1r11' l'll0st:1,1l. lvlm 'l'1-1-1v1'. Kl:11'il1-111- Sluwklm-y, I,2l,l x Sll!'!l-l'l'l', .Xll1l'l'ltL S11-i11lw1'g, XI:11'gL:11'M 'l':1yl111', Twp: l'11':ull1-1' Wvlls, li,i1'l1:11'1l W1-:wt l1, l'lI'1'Kl XY:1ll, Olin xVl'llllHllSl'. Mark NYMI1 l:1114l. K1-itl1 Willilvx Ilivli NV1'ig.5l1t, lfflwin Wivkluiicl. .'lli1lrl1r': llllQl'l' Willizmns. linlm Wamllaivv. lllllllilllli' XYlNNlWil,l'Il. lluris XYlll'I'lK'l'. lJ:1vi1l 'l'1'111-l1l11111l 13011 Yllllllg, lx1lll'l Wlmttoff. lY:11'1'v11, Ruusottu 'l'i4'1-. lll'll'Il XYKINIIIQLII. SGP!-IOlTlGl2ES Mrs. ll. C10 ll2lllg.Cllll'l' gvtliiw' V1-:imly To stvp o111j:" 1311 goml :1111l l1:1v1- :1 good I' llIIN'.ll P11 f rv 1111 1:1tif-11tlvX1 "Wvll111otl11-1' 11111140 ll 1 W1111' 111111cl. ' 5-1?-., . 1 . IJAN Y01'Nc:: 'lWl1z1t's thv iclm of c:1lli11gg your clog SWlIllll1'I'?n B011 1"1,A1'111c11: 'lllh just for l'1111. Whvn I cull l1i111 in ilu- stu-1-I, l1a1lf of iliv 1111111 111':11'ly jump out of tlic-ir skins." I-I I H ll 'l' li li N 1111 lllW it-.hildfvlqy X , Top row: lNln.lion4-, K. Br-rosford, Wollhousc, R. 'l'zi,ylor, J. Martin. Mirlfllc row: Ls-fHvi', F. Srnitli, Mahnnnaili, Busby, R. Sills. i . 1 Boltom row: li. liutlvr, Matliison, Bill Jones, Miss Maickin, ll. Tripp, D. Stnfforil, Eichlmg FIRE SQUHD C'lzz'ef . BILL .loxns Asst. Chicf . l'lALPII SILLS HE lfiro Squad originatcd as IL projcct, of thc 1936-37 civics clzisscs, :ind is colnposvd of sixtt-cn nicinbcrsy fivc sophoniorcs, fivc juniors, and six sc-niors. Tho initial nu-inbcrs wc-rc choscn by thrcc of thc faculty who still choosv thc chivf and tliv sixth sc-nior. Now thrvc sophomorcs from C'cnt1':1l and two from We-lch :irc cliosi-n in thi-ir own 1'csp1-ctivo ways. All thc appointmc-nts are madv :it tho ond of thc school your prvcc-ding tho your thcy will scrvc. Tha- lfirv Squad was officially inuugur:itcd in thc spring of 1937 :it ai spociul asscinbly in which thc first nivinbcrs wcrv prcscntcd their :mn bands by thc Stixitc Fira' Blzwsliail, who gzivc :i talk on firc prcvcntion. Uhicf Morris of Alncs was :ilso prcsvnt, :ind indorsvd tho plain wholv-hc-zirtodly. Dick Uninc was givvn tho honor of boing the chicf for tht- first yczirq hc was follow:-d by Dick Hll1llll1Ol. The purposv of thc Firc Squad is to faicilitzitv firo drills, :ind its mini is to cniptiy thv building in one- lllllllltlx. At thc bcginning of thc sccond sciilostvi' of thc 1938-39 school ycar thc t.0:i.clivrs tI'21IlSf0I'1'l'll their duty of km-ping ordcr in thc halls to thc Firc Squad. This plzin has workcd satisfzictorily and will probably bc continuvd in thc ncw building. Divx S'1'AF1f01m, '39 NINETEEN fn X4 Q x'7' 05 Vit? Top rule: Dudley, Helmiek, Cue, Mitchell, Caine. Margie Tatf, Quaife, Iverson. Third row: Yeomans, M. Firkins, A. Miller, H. Hein, J. Johnston. Rnpe, Evans, M. Olson. Seermfl I'0ll'.' Brooker, P. MeDonald, Porter, G. Young, Helser. VVilkin. liunnells, Springer. li'ollnm role: Kildee, Hug, Miss Stoaks, C. O'Neil, Mary Taff, Miss YVhite, Little, Rood, GIRL RESERVES Fmsr sicMns'1'En si-:eoxn smii:s'1'r:n lXIAm' 'FAFF Preszdenf K'ATHl-:mN15 OVTYEIL clA'I'Ill'IRINl'1 U'Ni:iL Vzfce President BIARY 'l'Ar1-' JEAN HH: Secretary .Imax Hu: BETTX' LITTL1-3 Treasurer Br:T'rY LITTLE N September 30, the Girl Reserves initiated sophomores and new girls into the organization, making a IOOZ membership in Ames High School. Iiuring the year it sponsored the selling of badges, pom-poms, and noise makers for the athletic events. Besides the black and orange striped pencils, the club sold pencils decorated with the basketball schedule. But the biggest selling event was the annual sale of holly wreaths. The first semester social events were headed by the Dad-Daughter Party, the New Student Party, and the VVoodehoppers' Convention. At Thanksgiving time it sponsored, jointly with the Hi-Y and with the cooperation of the Junior Chamber of Uommerce, the filling of baskets for the needy families of Ames, and at Christmas, filled boxes for the patients at the Story County Horne. The second semester saw no let-up in activities. The Friendship Conference, under the leadership of Reverend Hiller, was the high point in the semester program. The girls entertained their mothers at the annual Mother-Ilaughter Tea during the week. The sophomores, the first to have their dues paid, were guests of the club at a party, March 30. The Big Pal-Little Pal pienie served as a fitting climax to the year's work. BIARY TAFF, '39 T VV E N T Y Top row: Hub. Rugglos, J. Mvrrivk, Mzmthison, VV. 0'Ncil, G, Coovor, D. McCarLliy, BI'2i,llll, lvl-x'svr1. Bottom roar: ll. Christvnson, Bill Jonos, Mr. Swoclull, Uonvlson, Skorry. I-Il-V Fuzsr smiiesrrzn srzcoxo sr:Mi:sTr:u HILL .loxris Presiflent KIQNNIGTH IJONI-:LsoN liuNNr:'r1i lJoNELsoN Vive President l+li'o1cN1c fliNl41II, BOB C'Hn1sT1-JNSEN Secretary HPIRMI BA1L1ci' HARRY Sxlaum' Treasurer DON VVILKINS Hlfl Amos Hi-Y Club boasts of bm-ing tlivlmgvst club of its kind in tho state. All boys who :ittvnd High School bvlongg. This your tho Club is unllvr tho lc-alclorsliip of tht- now sponsors, Mr. Swr-doll :incl Mr. Sniulling. Tho vlub holds nivvtings vvvry two wc-1-ks, ziltvrnziting' bvtwvmi g1'Ill'l'2Ll ussviublivs und hobby groups. At our programs wo worv fortunzrtv in having spc-ulivrs such us Rlr. liupv of Amos :incl Mr. Morrill of Dos Moines. ln thc' past your thv orgrunizution Ourrivd out, with thv Girl Rvsvrvvs, thc' 'l'luu1ksgiving buskvt PI'0f1l'lllI1, tho flll1'lSlII1l1S gifts for thv county homo, :incl tho Fl'l1'IlllSlllp fl0!lft'I'Pll0t'. Rl'Vl'l'l'Illl H. ICA Hillvr from Blum' liurtli, Minnosotu, wus thc' spvukor for this colifr-11-111-v. Uthvr uc-tivitios, sponsoroml sololy by tho club, :Irv tho class firosiclos, vocation- :Ll firvsiclvs, lirc-siclv for thv football tvzun, and tho salt- of candy at both lauskvtlmll and football gaiiu-s. A group of boys was sont to thv lflustc-rn Hi-Y Assc-lnbly ut VV:1shing1ton, Iowa, und unothvr group was sont lust suinmc-r to tho Y Vzunp at Boonv. Tho purpose of thv Hi-Y Ulub is Hto Cl'lt2ll'f' and to lllllllllillll throughout, the school :incl connnunity high stnrnfluiwls of Christian climactic-i'." Thr- club has Ol1ll02LV0l'i'il to curry this crovcl throughout the various aictivitic-s. BILL Joxics, '39 TYVENTY-ONE 'A llE 'Sai' 95 WV KV, Top row: G. l'l1l, l"1mt.1-I', Sli-I-pw, Cllunn liitllfflllilill, Hilziml, Phillips. Thml mn-: Wlizitoff, SpI1I'1'iv1', Shugurt, G. ArIlfC2Ll'illj', Kuosvr, Wzill, I". Smith. Nvcmul ruux' IC. Alltll'I'SOll, 0. Pl!it'I'SOIl, l5:11'luw, Sm-I-lv, l.. Cox, Dviinis, l. Flflgiiilfl. l". ll4'Cl0Il, M. l lil. Bollmn row: Kmiths, May, Chiisv. M12 lmI'I'I1z, M. Ht-iii, Fox, E. Cmly. HRT CLUB 1'res1frIer1t . . . l.1Tc:ILI4: Vox Vive 1JI'6SZ.I1ClIf , GIJNEVIIQVIQ Mc'C'AI1TIIY SC!'l'CfflI'jj . . . PHILIP lioosl-:II Treaszzrer ...... DICK G0I'1.II ll li Art IJvpzu't11iv1It was limitr-cl, soiiivwhait, lwcziilsci of luck of tiiuc- :intl work- ing spawn C'o11sc'q1II-ntly, thc- woiilcl-hc--:11'tists wvrm- lvft on thvii' own to pro- Iluvm- iiitlivimliizil Iiizistwpivcvs. 'l'hv cluh 1liI'c-atm, Mr. lion-11.2, fvlt that this has hc-vii p:11'ticIIl:11'ly succcssful lI1l1SIIlllCll as it hroiight forth 1I1l10ll of thi- sttulc-nts lIlg.Kt'Illllly. l'm't1':IitI clmwiiigs, figurv 211111 fllllllllj-Ilflll skvtclivs wwf- smiiv of tho outstaiml- ing pmji-I-ts, Illillfillglll wzill lizmgings, climcmil ilI'iLXVlI1gIS, :Incl YV2lit'l' colors hficl tht-ii' plzwv. S1-wml boys i11 thv class, hc-ing ble-ssml with vritliiisiaistic' icli-Its, plaiiimwl Zlllll mlrc-w to sc-zilv, Ill0llt'I'IllSllC houivs :intl provcwl this to lw il wvll worth whilv projvvti. Like so many bc-Qs in EL bonncit, commvnts and suggestions 0:11110 forth full flvclgml. Iiicliistrious girls illltl willing boys, il bzibblc of gossip, :I dash of :11'tis,t1'y, illlll :I spomihll of inrlivitluzility, :ill wc-111 to proiiiotc- IICWY imle-:Is :Intl hvlp llltlliix up ll1lyS of succz-ssful 11000111plishiiimit. Tho :Irt group was not orgzinizml :is :I 11-gIIl:11' cluh, hut was 1'u11fi1Iorl to class pcwiocls that 1111-t twiccf 11 ww-k. Tho oppo1't1I1IitiI-s which will hv ziffcmlr-Il hy thv now :11i1lc11l1I1'gI-Il lll'p1lI'lIlll'I1t 111-xt yr-411' will Iiiiqiwstiimizibly lllllkf' tht' Art fllllb 1111 Ol1lSlilI1lllIl2 unit of High Scliool work. Giaxigviixwz M1'C'AIcI'III', '39 TNVENTY-TNVO Top rozr: Kellogg, Sather, Perry, Reinberger, M. Brouhard, Fonley, Kurtz, Yoeom. Middle row: R. Davis, E. MeGee, Dempsey, J. Griffith, D. Todd, Briley, M. Kennedy, Ikcrd. Bottom roux' Benton, Comstock, MeElyea, Mrs. Gibb, Halberg, M. Griffith, M. Thompson, Daley. LIBRHRV CLUB President . . ICLEANOR NICNLYEA Vice President ..... IVETA HAIABPIIIFS Secretary-Treasurer . . . MARJORIE GRIFFITH Social Chfzirmen MARY THOMPSON, ICVELYN REINBERGER HIC Library Club was organized in 1935 by Miss Ada Wood who sponsored it until her resignation froln Ames High in the second semester of 1937. She was succeeded by Mrs. Lucile Gibb for the remainder of that year. The next. fall Miss Bonita Danlnian took charge of the club for the year 1937-38. She resigned in 1938 and Mrs. Gibb returned to the club. Library Club, during the school year 1938-39, had complete charge of all library work. lflaeh ineinbcr of the club was required to work at least two periods a week in the library. Instruction sheets were given to the new xneinbers when they entered the club: these were studied and very soon the student librarian became efficient in reading shelves, tiling and checking out reference material and books, and in caring: for the nulnerous other duties connected with the school library. tt Work and no play IIHLKO a librarian a dull person," so to remedy this evil, the club entertained at several social functions during the school year. The girls enjoyed themselves at an afternoon tea, played games at all the gatherings, and hilariously t'grabbed" for the white elephant presents at the Yuletidc Party of the club. The inain purpose of Library Club is to give library training and to create a wider and better knowledge of books. ELEANOR BICELYEA, '39 TXVHNTY-'TIIREE I6 75 AMES AI-5 I r-1 H, 'if' IIC 1, Top row: Yzmclm-rliIIIl0n, WilkiIIS, D. McCarthy, Fisvher, NIC'CllliI'0, Reynolds, Rails-y, FI1ln1I-r. Jlizlfltv row: Hug, Rupv, H.. HI-In, Evans, Clyde, M. Olson, Galligan, Hood. Bottom 1'o11'.' J. JOIIIISUPII, Llttle, Skerry, G. McCarthy, C. Hein, Park, Mathisml, M. AIl1Il'l'SUYl, Mary Tuff. Sp I R I T ST H F F Eftfffll' . . . . . K'IIAIII.0'I"I'Ic IIIGIN A ssistant Editors . . Business Mazinger . . A ssistfmt Husiriess fllalmgers A fiI'0l'fI.SZ'IIg iw!l.lI.!1.g6t' . . A ssisto nt A rtvert ising 11111 nagers Art E11 itor ..., A ssistont Art Editor . Orgrzlzizotion Ertzftor . . A XS?.St!IILf Urgtmiwtion Editor Footure Editor . . Assistant Feature Editor . SIIIIIISIIIM Editor . Senior Editor . Junior Editor . Sophomore Editor . Iioyx' Athletics Editor . Girls' Athletics Editor Typixts . . Profy' lfeaders . Sponsor . ENTY-FOU HPIIINII BAILIQY, PA'I'sY GAI.I.II:AN . . . MI'IIIIcI. PAIIII JHNNII: EVANS, KIAILIIIIIIIC R.IjI1I4: . . Dlru NIA'I'II1soN DON VVILKINS, Jon liIcI'NoI.Ims . . . Am' l+'IsI'III41II . IIAIIIIIIc'I"I' IIIIJIN . . NI.-Im' 'l'.-xIf'If . SIIIQNQIQII YAxImIcIII,INImI1:N . . IIAIIIIY SKI-:IIIIY KIRK MuGI'IIIIf: . Bon l"I'I.x1IcIc . MAIIII: Axnrzusox JULIE JoHNsI'0N . JANIYI' C'I.I'n11: . IHICK Mc'C'AII'I'III' . f:ENlCVlEX I: McC'AIcTIII' . JEAN Hlifl, MAYIII. OI.sox . BETTY LITTLE, MAIIY Hoon . . MII. JOIIN IIAIIAIS R x 0 Top row: Kingkade. Lindstrom, VV, VVierson, VVic,kland. Middle row: D. Steinberg, Yan Ylack, LaVellc, E. Todd, R. Ross, DeLaHunt, McIntosh Bottom raw: Godfrey, Vanderlinden, Sehlick, Mr. Smith, L. Young, Eiehling, Gilman. DEBHTE HIC Ames High debate squad, composed of Ronald Ross, Dave Gilman, Bill liichling, Dick Steinberg, Don DeLaHunt, and Spencer Vanderlinden, and under the sponsorship of L. Wayne Smith, enjoyed an eventful season as the team was victorious in twenty-seven out of thirty-three debates. Again the year's program was financed by the fall play, Rip Van Winkle. The Debate Club served as business managers. Debating the international question of Resolved: that the United States should establish an alliance with Great Britain, the team was able to attend five tournaments. Ames was represented at the Newton tournament and placed second by winning thirteen out of sixteen debates. Next the team attended the Fort Dodge tournament, where they were successful in winning five out of six debates. All made this trip with the exception of Dave Gilman. Ames accepted an invitation to the Perry tournament which introduced to the debaters tl1e Oregon plan of debate. The novel feature of this plan is the cross-exalnining of each team which is carried on for seven minutes. In the two day district tournament Ames won the right to attend the state finals by defeating eight schools. The aflirmative team was composed of Bill Eichling and Dave Gilman, while the negative side was argued by Ronald Ross and Spencer Yanderlinden. SPENCER VANDEHLINDEN, '40 'IXKPNTX PINE Top row: M. Anderson, T. Johnston, D. McCarthy, Fischer, Himmel, Mary Taff, Little. Middle row: Park, MeElyea, Miss Stoaks, Miss Maekin, Runnells, Levine. Button: rmv: C. Hein, Mathison, C. O'Neil, Hug, Bill Jones, Hood. NHTIGUHL I-lCDll0l2 SCDCIETY President . . C'A'rHn1uNr: OVNEIL Vice President . , IDICK NIATHISON Treasurer . . BILL Joxrzs Secretary ....... JEAN Hua CHAPTICRof the National Honor Society, was founded in Ames High School in 1927. This organization has as its purpose the developing of leadership, originality, resourcefulness, inventive ability, and a continuity of effort in thc students. Selections for membership are made three times a year. Only juniors and seniors in the upper one-fourth of their classes are eligible, Membership in this society is awarded after a student has shown himself to he worthy in the four classes of service, scholarship, leadership, and character. To he chosen to Nation- al Honor Society is one of the greatest compliments that can be given to any High School student. The Honor Society oath which every new member repeats after the president is: "I plcdgc myself to uphold thc high purposes of the society to which I have been elected, striving in every way by word and deed to make its ideals the ideals of my school. " Several articles were submitted to the National Honor Society monthly publication Life which told of outstanding achievements of the Ames High student government. With the help of Miss Mackin and Miss Stoaks, the sponsors, the annual Junior Red Vross Drive achieved satisfying results. Monthly meetings and pot-luck dinners brought the members together often. BIAIQY' Iioon, '39 TXVENTY-SIX Top row: R. Ross, Kildvv, Park, D. lxI4'C21l'l-llj'. Hallonz rou'.' M. Anmlvrson, Mary Tuff, Mathison, Miss Wilr-ox, C. lloin. QUILL HUD SCRQLL SCDCIETY l'1'es1'rlf11I . IJICK MATH1s0N Vfrc 1'1'es1'r1'enf . . lX'lARY TAFF Sf'Fl'f'ffIl'.lj . C'HAnL0'r'rn Hl'IlN TI'Cl1Nlll'6'I' . BIARIE AND1snsoN UlfllNAl,lSM stumlm-nts :ind nmnhvrs of Quill :ind Scroll lll'2lI'll :i spvzikm' from tho journalism cl0p:1rt111011t of lowzi Statv Collvgo dc-scribo thc- nc-ws-writing prohlvms involved in raulio hro:ulc1Lsting of nvws :it ai tm-:L sponsorvfl by thv Quill mul Scroll 0I'22lI1lZ2lll0I1. 'l'wo lll0IIll3l'I'S oi' thc- socim-ty, Dick McC':1rtliy :ind Mario Anclvrson, stzwtorl thi' Vvntrznl Iowa fl0I1l.i'l't'Ill'O Nc-ws Sc-rvicci ut tho lwglllllllllglf of tho sc-cond sv- inc-stvr. Tho nm-ws lmurvuu l'llC'l'lVi'll nvws of scholastic ilCl1l0Vf'Illl'I1l :incl 2lfl1l0tlC nvws from fivv l'Olll'0I'0I1C0 schools, Oclitvcl :incl COI1ll0l1Sl'll flu' lIlll0I'IIl2lfl0I1, :incl mliswililliml lmullvtins to school Il0WSDtLf01'S, :L ruclio station, :incl clalily nvwspzipvrs. UlllSl2lIllllI1gI work on thv SPIRIT or wvckly Web staff quzllifivs :1 stuclcnf for lIli'IIllN'l'Slllll in thc- group, :in in1vrn:1fion:il socivty honoring high school journal- ists. l':i.mlicl:1tvs for lll0IIlll0l'SlllP must Illtxill ai scholastic Sl2II1fl21l'il,l1lllSl bv rvooin- lll0Illlt'll by tho suporvisor of tho publication on which fhvy sviwvcl, :ind must be :ipprovvml hy thv vxvcuiivo SPCI'1'fILl'y of thv nzitionul orgzrniznition. Quill :ind Scroll hvlrl two initizitions during thc- your, zrccvpting :L group of seniors :lt tho 1-losv of tho first S0lll0Sl'0I', and installing :L IlllIlllX'l' of sc-niors :ind juniors in tho spring. lJICK McC'AR'rm', '39 T XY E N 'l' Y - S IC V E N 1 I 'hr fy.. 'X . lX'l'1'lIllIlf1 fll'-Y Ill-Nfllilff' uvll1ll'L'I'l' .vllfrllkfs l"1'1'1' drill Ivllllfl' rm1.vl1'f1r'I1'm: Tha urn' .wllorzl 1,2 l1'f'r1 riff' 1,11 HI f' VjlI'IUIIl'.i lx AFTEIQUCDCDU Table of Contents CILASSES SENIORS ATHLETICS GOLF TENNIS TRACK ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETIC MANAGERS G. A. A. coUNc1L JIM :xlili0'l"l' .lAc'K ALFR1-in AIARIE ANDERSON Grzoiuzrz I3Ac'oN lli-Y l, 2, 3 Nlillmml lg Ili-Y 2, 3 G.R. Guli. 2g Draunutic' Club Stuilvut Council lg Horny lg 2, Bus. Mgr. 2g Sllllllllllf rumu Pros. l Gouuvil l' Sl'Ilil'l' Stall' 2 3 llif1l.if:N llouisic BAIRD Rosh: BATES Org' l,34li,g',r2'Slg,,i0r1.3di',,gQ Y H v v B Y V V C li. Gulwiiwt 12g Girls' Glvv G.R. Cllulm l, 2, 3 3g Nut. llounr Sm-. 2, 3g IN-Ufllfl N hmllllooh ili Sig liziml l, 13, Zig Urcli- Quill :mil Svrnll 2, 3, Sofa- G.R. Cziliiucl 2 ilu-sim l, 2, Sig l,ilu':u'v 2 'l'i 9 Ti ' ' '.1.g '. 3g Hmrui. l rm-s, ll ,. . v , . , Soma-I r. 2g N. l rs-s. .ig lop flluli l.1Z,3gY.l'i'vs.2gl'1'1-s. 3g Girls' G11-1-Clulfii Oxizoi, l5Ai'1cn Wash. lg Gm-mlzu' R,11pi4ls 2g G.li. Clulmii lil"l'll lilfIliI1ISl"OlllJ lilvimizl: BRAVN l31i,Li14: Blioomzlc KIAXINIC Bli0l'llAlilJ liuiil Sig Grvli. 2, Il: G..X..X. lli-Y Ualliiiivt 3g linuul I ' lull, Gulw. 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I, S01-.-'I'l I 7 , , , 4 C -'I I"-.-. 3, II Y Am' ANN IN III'I'I II 1 I1 v M:1,'l'A YI oon CEM Slum lu l H,-y g.,J,.25S,,41,,,,,H.,l I NIMH I,ouYI1l.1,1.m1s 12.16. Vlulv I, 2, 3 I'ws. 33 Ilmrm. Y, III-5. I. S1-I-,!I'r. 2, I'r4-s. 3 Y Y Y XI Y Y xm-4lUI1m'11s 125 llirls' Him- HAYYI4, YODFR "ANNA A Al" I 'H R ilulw Ig UWIII-stl':L I, 12, JI , A ' ' ' NIIWII CIIIHVIIS 2, Jig I nls QLRN. Club lv I 5 I3I4I'I"l'Y Y ICOMANS I?:Iml IQIJI-I-I14-sim I, 2 Ulm. qjlul, ly 2' 35 UH 1, I 2 I-.IL C:1Iv.3g Mixml CIIIOVIIS . I 2,3QII4'Ih'iII-ICI I I,2,Ii IIlcAvlf: IYoo1,l,,um H H My . -- -- If-. HH, I 1 Ig.lIllI I, J, IIIIIIKSIIJ, I 1 'IWW' I I" C Om" I LUIIIY Ig I'I4IIIvviII4- 2, ILII. ILR. Club I, 2, 3 f'I11Iu JS CICLIA ISLAND FRANCIS CASSADY linlzuimmn, Mivll. lg Sioux Ili-X l, 2, .5 Falls, S. D. 2g CLR. Club 3 OPAL BARN1-gs PHILLIP IQOOSER HUBEIIT NELSON BIARY FRANGOS CLR. Club 1, 2, 3 Art Club 2, 3 Slater 1, 29 Hi-Y 3 GR. Club l, 2, 3 7 - - . f 2 M -su.: ,,.,. E PAULINR FRANGOS HAROLD HOYT WILLARD PUFFETT HERBPIRT SNOW' Ilmm-romn Svc.-'l'u-as. Dubuque 13 Des Moines 25 Ba d l, 2, 3 Knoxville lg Hmrm. Vice 33 Art Club 1 Hi-Y 3 X116 -M W Pres. 2 DAR LINDI-JP. GLENN IQAUFFMAN Dicx SILLS Biwrx' Sussnmi ' A Cl l 1 Hi Y1 2 3 Yew York 'V Y 1 2'GH llomeroom V.lreb.l , rt un - , , A ,. . . , , . Club l c Top lime: Bob VVilson, J. Swanson. Bottom IEUIPI Mathison, Lantz, Menzc, Bill Jones. GCDLF ITH prospects up to par and two lettermen back in harness the golf squad faced a. nine match schedule which opened with a dual meet with Ankeny. Puced by Bob Wilson and Keith Menze, who won letters in 1938, Ames golfers matched strokes with Ankeny, Roosevelt of Des Moines, Boone and Fort Dodge in dual meets, and were hosts to Fort Dodge, Boone, and Roosevelt at the Ames invitational. The conference golf meet :Lt Oskaloosa and the state meet completed the schedule. ES l , tvo mx PORTY-THREE. B. Rinehart, R. Ross, Gilman, Donelson. TENNIS ICFIGNDING champions of the Central lowa Confere ce, Ames lliglfs tennis team was assured of a Wealth of veteran material by the return of five letter- IIIOH. Led by Ronald Ross, captain and singles player, the roster listed lionneth Donelson, singles, and Harry Skerry, Bob Rinehart and David Gilinzin, who saw service on thc doubles team. The tennis schedule included dual incets with Boone, Roosevelt and Lincoln of Des Moines, and Fort Dodge, the invitzitionul meet at Iowa State Teachers, thc conference tennis meet, and district and state meels. FORTY-FOFR Top lfmri lilzu'klrnrn, XI. 'l'nylor, VVoo1lwzLr1l, Bliss, Paloy, J. Johnson. liollnm lffwz ll. Knight, liailuy, Wilkins, Mlillizill, 'l'1'ottc1', D. M1-C:u'tl1y. TRHCK l'IYl'fN lvtlc-riiim-ii spairlu-cl Amos Higlfs truck squzul, which saw cmnpvtitimi in viglii niwts. A lurgv part of flux t0:nn's potvntizil powc-1' was lost for :L part of tliv svaismi, wlivn piiviiiiimiin NV2l1Vi'll Yvriimi Mzmtsvn, lzibvlc-ll :ls tliv 0lllSlIlIllllllg npm-film' in thc- 1938 stzitv inclom' lnvvf in H10 Univvrsity of l0XY2l,llC'l1lll0llSU iliv squml p:1l'licip:1lml in ilu' Yzilloy livlzlys in Wrist llvs Moinvs, tliv 'l'0:urlim's R11 , tlu Kcnfi il Inu 1 lonfr ic nu niut it nys :ll flvllill' lfzills, lliwikr- Rvlnys 2 'i 4: 'z ' " OSli1ll00S2l, tliv flistrivt Incl-I, finml tho shitv outdoor classic. F 0 I! 'I' Y - I" I X' Ii . fq ' " Q UYZQW' ill, -s Top row: Lynch, Glenn Kailrlifman, Gilman, D. Steinberg. Bottom row: Vander inden, ajor. Z - M ' , HTHLETIC MHVWHGERS HUD II'lTRHfTlLJI2HI.S 'I'H1C Athletic Managers of Ames High are a group of boys who conduct the door sales and take the tickets at athletic events. Arriving even before the players, the Athletic Managers continue with their work until nearly the end of the game. This system which was introduced a few years ago enables the students to take a place formerly occupied by the faculty. The trainers, who aid in managing the teams, have done an outstanding job this past year. Helping in football, basketball, and track, these students have been on the job practically every afternoon of the season. One of the duties of the trainer is to take charge of all the athletic equipment. The trainer is also able to administer various forms of first aid. During the game the trainer charts and scores the record of each player. As a result of the half-day schedule, regular intramural contests were not held. However, the P. T. classes had competition of the intramural style in football, basketball, and baseball. In the Friday afternoon classes a badminton tournament was held. Boxing and wrestling tournaments were also held. PHIL VAN VLACK, '40 IORTX-SIX Top row: L. Koontz, Sovofson, H. Hein, Galligan. Bvllom row: Cue, Miss Lunsford, G. McCarthy. GIRIQS HTI-ILETIC HSSQCIHTIQU l'rosz'flo11t . . DIARY JANE CUE Vice 1JI'PSI.fIf?IIf . Gnnnvinvn lXICflARTHY Seorelnry-Treasurer . . . LAVON IQOONTT Sofia! Cllznirnzazz ..... PATSY GALLIGAN Roz-orrlors . HAnmi:'1"1' Hum, Mx'n'1'L1s Snvizusox HIS your tho Girls Athlotio Association has cnrriocl on 11 partial program unmlor tho sponsorship of Miss Alvira Lunsford. Tou"n2Lmonts woro hold in volloybzill :ind bziskotball, tho soniors capturing tho titlos in both. Tho girls participaiod in ping-pong, bzulniinton, :ind Clock fonnis and hold tournaments in ouch, finishing tho your with bzisobaill. G. A. A. uwzirds aro tho minor "A," tho major "A,'l and tho pillow top. Tho minor HA," is givon ziftor 500 points havo boon oarnod, the major "A," for 1000 points, :incl tho pillow top is givon to soniors who continue activo work in G. A. A. and who lmvo boon 3.WV2U'llPil tho major HA." Points aro oarnod by unorgzinizod zictivitios, skill tosts, orgzinizod gamos, hozilfh, and loaolorship. Any girl in High School may bocomo ai mombor of tho Girls Athlotic Assoc- iation. Sho is known as an associato mombor until sho has oarnod 100 points, :iftor which sho inziy bo initizitod and bocolno an zictivo mombor. l'I:Lch spring fhroo sophomoros and throo juniors aro oloctod for tho G. A. A. Founcil for tho following your. Tho council mombors moot Whon school is ro- oponocl tho noxt full and eloof tho officors from among thomsolvos. AIARY JANE CUE, '39 F0ll'I'Y-SEVEN Z is 75 fu AMES mon I ,ff A 1 M5 ":fi3f577:" Tim .wflfjf pmpla' Sf'lnml'.w nuff ling Nrwrlll Hfuffmvf llff-Y 1' Nlunpx lo Vurlrlflffl' if yn 5 JS 'Q Hula mul .llrlrfljfn HPI!!! IAIII N Pnl" l'11l1'1r111 l1'f'1'1'4'.v 'l'lw gmnlf' IFVQIVIIN EVENING Table of Contents ATHLETICS FOOTBALL BASKETBALL ORGANIZATIONS SWING BAND BAND ORCHQESTRA MIXED cHoRUs BOYS, GLEB CLUB GIRLS, GLEE BLUB DRAMATIC CLUB PEP CLUB AND CHE VARSITY CLUB ER SQUAD Top l'0I1'.' Bacon, J. Johnson, Slioen, Yifquain, E. Morris, Bliss. J. O'Neil, B. Ross, J. Merrick. .llzllflle r'mv: Godfrey, Quinn, T. Wetteland, H. Shearer, Kelso, Linder, Del!-re Carey, C. lflogstadi Odell. Iinilnnz rnw: Mr. Wells, Hub. Ruggles, Bush, D. Grimes, Sorenson, Truesdell, NY. liuek, Trotter' Mulhall, Mr. Smalling. FCDGTBHLI. SUfTlfTlHI2V RICICN material and a new coach got together to produce Ames High's second successive undefeated grid season as Kenneth Wells initiated his regime as Little Cyclone head coach. Air raids directed by DeYere Carey proved too much for the Indianola Indians, defending champions of the South Central Iowa Conference, who suc- cumbed 26 to 0 in the first battle of the season. Dc-Vere Uarey broke loose for a 35-yard touchdown sprint to bring the Little Uyclones a 7 to 0 victory over a stubborn Roosevelt of Cedar Rapids eleven. With a varied attack that pushed across four touchdowns, the Little Cyclones opened defense of their Central Iowa title with a 25 to 0 win over Newton. Ames and Marshalltown pushed up and down the local gridiron for four bitter quarters but failed to arrive at any conclusion-final score, 0 to 0. Randall Trotter snagged Carey's pass in the end zone in the final minute of play to break a 6 to 6 deadlock and give the locals a 12 to 6 verdict over Oskaloosa. For three periods a strong Perry team successfully guarded its goal line, but end Bob Mulhall pulled down a pass in the end zone for a 6 to 0 victory. Benny Ross, red-headed halfback journeyed 67 and 89 yards for two of lIlI'X ONI' Ames High's three touchdowns over Grinnell as the Little Pioneers scored once for a 20 to 6 final count. Ten seniors played their last and probably best game in orange and black uniforms as a large crowd witnessed the Little Cyclones run up a 38 to 0 count over a defenseless Boone eleven on Clyde Williams Field. An all-conference center selection, Cal Flogstad was named honorary captain following the Boone game. MAJOR LETTER AWARDS BACON MULHALL BUCK O,NEIL, JIM BUsII Ross, BEN CAREY, DEVERE RUGGLES, HUBERT FLOGSTAD CCD SHEARER JOHNSON SORENSON KELSO TROTTER LINDER TRUESDALL MERRICK VIFQUAIN MORRIS WETTELAND MINOR LETTER AWARDS BLISS BATES BLACKBURN CAREY, DEAN COLLINS FIFTY-TWO 'e S ff Q1 if Top rule: Mr. Ritland, Strain, Mahonc, Friedrich, DcHoet, Hartman, Lynch, H. Madiison, D. Pantenburg, E. Comstock, C. Green, Dar Kephart. M1'f14Ile row: Connolly, Barnett., P. Nichols, Blackburn, J. McCarthy, B. Duvall, C. Martin, Letller, B. Nelson, Shugart, A. Bates. Ifotlmn rme: .I. Andeison, .I. Erickson, D. Haugen, Bailey, lVcagley, M. YVcttcland, Foster, Hiland, R. Paulson, Wright.. Bob Olive Moore HILIC the undefeated, untied first team was attracting thc autumn sports spotlight, critics who wanted advance information on the performance of future Ames High grid teams were watching a big, aggressive collection of second team players, who turned in a record almost brilliant as that amassed by their big brothers. Behind a line which held foes scoreless on ground attacks, a brilliant passing offensive produced five victories in six starts against strong competition. But two touelidowns, both on pass interceptions, were marked up against the second squad during the entire season. In the first game of the season, Web- ster Pity seored on the Ames reserves after the Little Cyclone starting lineup had rolled up 28 points, and Boone scored six points to beat the Ames seconds in the final game of the year after dropping a 13 to 0 decision to the locals at a previous meeting of the two schools. Particularly outstanding in the forward wall was the play of lirickson, Shugart, and Nelson, while Roniaine Woodward was potent in the baekfield. However the play ot' the entire line, from end to end, forecast a ricl1 harvest of first team material. Ami-is Amis Aiuus Amis Atlas Amis SEASONS RECORD SECONDS Siaeoxns Siccoxos S1-:eoxms Saeoxos SEeoNos FTY-THR W E Bs'r 1-:R C" rrr lVlARSHALLTOWN Jm1vr1eas0N BOONE Primm' BOONE EE Top row: Godfrey, Mahonc, K. Beresford. Vl'oodwarrl, Shugart, Krocscn. D. Nix-hols. Thzrfl row: CR. Williams, A. Bates, Poscgate, E. Comstock, R. Nelson, Friedrich, .l. Andcrson, ort. Sfrtoml row: Mr. Wtlls, Bailey, Wcaglcy, DcVcrc Carey, Bliss, Vifquamin, J. McCarthy, B. Firkins, Mr. Srnalling. Bollum row: Donclson, lioh XVilson, Quinn, Trotter, Mulhall, Kress, Linder. BASKETBHLL HlC Littlc Cyclones blew both hot and cold during the 1938-39 haisketbull season and wound up the your with fourth place in Central Iowa Conference standings with two victories over Newton and single wins over Oslmlooszi and Boone. Starting off with four straight victories, the Ames ztgrg1'egr:ttior1 fziltered against lX'I2i,I'ShiLllt0VVI1 and Grinnell, and displayed alternate flashes of brilliance and rough spots of play during the remainder of the season. High spots of the year were victories over Roosevelt, Des Moines city chaunp- pions, and Franklin of Cedar Rapids. The Littlc Cyclones turned in :L perfect record against non-conference opposition with victories ovcr Perry and Nevada in addition to their wins over Roosevelt and Franklin. The team went through tl1e scctional wars unscathcd, subdued Chariton in thc district and ended the your when Marshalltown brushed them out of its way in its rush to thc state tournament. FIFTY-FOUR Bob Mulhall, two-year veteran was elected honorary captain at the close of the Season. At the close of the season major letters were awarded to DeVere Carey, Dar Linder, Mulhall, Randall Trotter and Bob Wilson, Seniors, Dick Bliss, Bob Vifquain and Don Weagley, juniors, and Romaine Woodward, sophomore, who joined the Second team during the Season and finished the year with a regular berth on the starting five. Hermi Bailey and Kenneth Donelson, juniors, and Bob Kress and Tom Quinn, seniors, won minor awards. Eugene O'Neil ,Harold Shugart and Art Bates were among Second team players who promised strength for next year's varsity crew. SEASON'S RECORD AMES PERRY 17 AMES BooNE 28 AMES NEVADA 18 AMES NEWTON 18 AMES NEWTON 8 AMES ROOSEVELT 36 AMES FRANKLIN 29 AMES MARSHALLTOWN 33 AMES MARSHALLTOWN 22 AMES GRINNELL 18 AMES GRINNELL 17 AMES OSKALOOSA 29 AMES OSKALOOSA 24 AMES BOONE 13 SECTIONAL DISTRICT AMES NEVADA 26 AMES CHARITON 17 AMES ROLAND 15 AMES MARSHALLTowN 26 FIFTY FIVE ,- , .v b1-- . r2'T1?' 95" Q, First Team DEVPIRE CAREY CAL FLOGSTAD Don GEIMES BOB MULHALL RUSS TRUPISDELL First Team BOB MULHALL Fifth Team CAL FLOGSTAD First Team BOB MULHALL First Team I-IQ HO RS Footer-xLL Central lowa Conference Second Team Half Back BEN Ross Center RANDALL TROTTEE Left Tackle Right End Honorable Mention Lfift Guard JOHN BUSH HITBERT ITUGGLES TOM WETTELAND Register anol Tribune Right End Center Honorable Mention DEVERE CAREY RANDALL TROTTER lowa Daily press Right End Honorable Mention DEVERE CAREY Doa GRIMES CAL FLOGSTAD BASKETBALL Central lowa Conference Honorable Mention RANDALL TROTTER Utility BOB MULHALL BOB WILSON Second Team CAL FLOGSTAD Center Register and Tribune Honorable Mention BOB MULHALL Center Iowa Daily Honorable Mention RANDALL TROTTER BOB MULHALL CAL FLOGSTAD ROMAINE WOODWARD RANDALL TROTTER Forward F I F T Y - S I X Half Back Right End Tackle Back Tackle Half Back End Quarter Back Guard Center Center Forward Press Forward Center Guard Guard Top row: llc-lscr, .l. Elliot, E. Butler, Dnnagan. liollnm row: liapp, Himmol, Mr. Day, Croslcy, Flanhcr, D. Stafford, D. Hcggcn. HVUES I-HG!-I SLUIUG BFWD Hlfl first Anics High Swing Band was organizcal in 1937 to furnish music for thc social i'cc1'cation p1'og1'a1n. It provcd such a big succcss that thc policy of having a swing band in High School was continuvd. Thc band plays cvcry six wccks at inatinco dances. 'l'ln'ongh thc social scason thc "cats" or swing fans of our school listcncrl to tho finc b1'c-alas of "Nm-llio" Nclson on thc drums or to thc Toininy Dorscy of thc band, " Vhuck " Likcly. Tho jittcrbugs haw all shaggccl to thc four-boat rythms of Bob Frosloy and Joi- lilliot, rcspvctivc cxponc-nts of thc- guitar and piano. And whcn thc "Sugar Blum-s" was announccd thc brass TOHIII of Bob Flauhcr, Dick Staflorml, and " licfl " Hcggcn was royally Clive-1'4-ml. Thai fcinininc contingcnt lIl0llllll'Kl Ruth BUl'l'Sl-0I'll on bass and thoso two finc vocalists "Peg" Hvlsm-1' and " Dot" llnnagan. And last but not lcast was thc finc saxophonc 1-nscniblc work by Bob Hinnnvl, Bill Lapp, and Mr. R.. D. Day. lillis Butlci' frontccl for thc band and lcnclccl an occasional vocal 1'f-frain. Svvcral spccial pl'I'f0I'lIlElI1COS worv givvn by thc band which includccl busincss nic-n's club incctings, a thcatrc p0l'f0l'IIl2LHCl', and playing for thc g'l'1llllI21il0I1 dinncr of anothci' school. Bon C'nosLEY, '39 l"Il"'l' Y-SEVEN 4 X I Q 'T Top row: IC. liutlcr, D. llcggcn, Clcmcns, Allmaxugh, Lcwis, Lupp, K. liushy, .l. Elliot, liurk, J. Martin, Liki-ly, Grinstcatl, K. Bcrcsfortl. I"ourtl1 rout' PulTctt, Muliziiiimli, li. Mzmhonc, J. lirouluirtl, Kuck, IJ. Thonipson. R.incli:u't, l'llc-stzul, Quist, Sha-llito, Niclmuhr, li. l'llt-stml, llinuncl. Tlzirrl rozzx' l"l:Luhcr, lfulnicr, li. Buck, Curtis, Mclntosh, Krt-ss, W. liournc. liicliling, Swartz, IS. Hills, D. Staifforfl, tl. Satrc. Scmnrl 7'Ull'.' FUITIIIILII. ll. liuck, xV2Lll2Lt't', Mcfuls, G. Hournc, K. Thonipson, U. liuslny. Carlson, M. lit-iningcr. liruun, M. Taylor. 'l'. llcggcn. Iiollrnn rmzu' Mr. Day, lircckcnritlgc, Ci. Pauilson, Yanicc, Y. liusliy, l.:iwlor, R.. lici'csl'oi'tl, K. Xclson, Carr, liarirtl, Croslcy, Wing, Rcynolcls, lirookcr. Wccks M. Cumplicll Presiflent . Divx Tuomfsox Vice l'resz'r1ent . . . Hon Km-:ss Secretary-Treasurer . DICK S'l'Al"FOIiD Librariari . . . . Bon Flfmii-in HIC first six wccks wcrc spcnt in I't'l102U'SiIlQQ for thc conccrt which wus givcn at thc Stzttc rlil'21C'llt'l'Sv Vonvcntion on Novcinhcr Sth. Thc Nlzirching Band plzxycml :it :ill thc hoinc football gzuncs. This Pcp llztntl pluyctl for :ill thc honic huskcthull gzuncs, t'c1it.uring at vuricty of populur swing IlllllllJt'l'S which niaulc :L hit with thc fzins. Thc Scconil Annual Dzincc C':u'niV:1l, sponsorctl hy thc Buntl :intl tlrchcstm Pztrcnts' Association, hclpcd misc nioncy for thc ncw unifornis which wcrc sccurctl in thc full. 'l'hc baintl's aippczmtlicc :it thc Staitc 'l'c:ichcrs' Vonvcntion wus much ilnprovctl by thc ncw unifornis. Thc Fourth Annual Homo Solo Contcst, with forty stiudcnts participating, wus vcry succcssful. Instczul of cntc-ring thc contcst tl1is yczir, it wus tlwitlt-tl to apply thc tiinc practising for thc two rzulio lwozulczists ovcr WUI :intl thc Annual Spring i'onccrti. Anothcr high point in thc yc:u"s :Lctiivitics wus thc Vounty Music t'linic :it which thc haintl rcccivt-cl thc hcncficizil criticisms of Prof. Myrzin Russcll. Thc critic juclgccl on scvcrzil nuinhcrs, including Schuhcrfs l'r1jir11'.vl1c1l Sylnplzrmy, fillbl-IIN by Gillcttc, :incl .llnrch of the Steel Men by Bclstcrling. VIRGINIA YANcic, '39 FIFTY-EIGPIT l Top row: Flauher, Baird, R. Beresford, Mr. Day, Rinehart, D. Stafford, K. Thompson, Yoder Carlson, Lapp, Seager, J. Elliot, Likely. Middle raw: M. Larson, A. Miller, McKibben, M. Campbell, Lindstrom, Hewitt, Kuek, D. Busby Swartz, Eichling, G. Buck, Lawlor, Braun. Bottom row: Dorchester, M. McDonald, Reynolds, Wallace, G. Paulson, L. Young, Whitfield. CONCERT ORCHESTRH President . lVlURIEL MCDONALD Vice President . . JOE REY'NOLDS Secretary-Treasurer . . ANNE MILLER Librarian ...... . JOE ELLIOTT HE Ames High Concert Orchestra, composed of fifty pieces, and the thirty-five piece Theater Orchestra were under the leadership of Mr. R. D. Day. The Theater Orchestra played light music during the intermissions and breaks in the Dramatic Club plays, the Junior Class Play, and the Senior Class Play. A plan for a joint Music Festival, with musicians from Ames, Boone, and Ft. Dodge participating, was inaugurated. The Festival was held at Ft. Dodge this year, and will be routed so that each town will be hosts every third year. Members of the Ames High Orchestra who attended left Ames at 7 a.m. to be in Ft. Dodge in time for a morning rehearsal and an afternoon rehearsal. The Festival Orchestra, composed of a hundred musicians, was under the direction of Horace Jones, graduate of the Royal Academy of Music at London, England, and who now is Director of Music at the University of Colorado. In the evening the day's activities were climaxed by a public concert under the direction of Mr. Jones. The Orchestra finished its season's activities with an important place on the program at the Spring Concert held at the Field House. BILL LAPl'. '39 FIFTY-NINE v Y i Top row: Hub. Ruggles, D. Carey, McIntosh, Mahone, A. Tripp, D. Stafford, M. Ross, R. Tripp, E. Butler, T. Johnston, Himmel. Third row: Donelson, Erickson, Leffler, Posegate, W. O'Neil, Mulhall, Cannon, Greene, Reynolds, Likely, Crosley. Second row: Dudley, A. Miller, Rupe, A. Christensen, Ringgenberg, G. Young, Hendrickson, Sampson, G. McCarthy, N. Bauer, C. Hein, Mary Taff, Levine. Bottom row: Giese, M. Coover, J. Clark, Porter, Miss Bower, Severeid, DeVries, Dunagan, Yetter, Yeomans. President ...... Bos HIMRIEL Vice President . SHEPARD GREENE Secretary-Treasurer . MARY HENDRICKSON Librarian ...... BOB POSEGATE HE Mixed Chorus were privileged to enjoy a variety of musical activities and programs this year. Under the direction of Miss Bower, the group acquired an appreciation of different types of music by actual experience in singing them. The Ames music groups, together with the vocal groups in Fort Dodge and Boone, organized a music clinic, which was held at Fort Dodge in the spring. The purpose of this clinic was to obtain suggestions for improving each city's vocal organizations. Mr. Jacob Evanson of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, was guest director for the clinic, and his constructive criticism was helpful to the vocal groups, themselves, as well as to the directors. At Christmas time in cooperation with the Girl Reserves and the Hi-Y, the members of Mixed Chorus were privileged to visit the Story County Home at Nevada. The group presented a short program of carols for the patients. As has been the custom in past years, the group prepared two concerts in the spring-one composed entirely of sacred music and the other of secular. A benefit concert was given in the spring to help defray the expenses of the trip to Fort Dodge, and the chorus presented their annual sacred concert in the Presbyterian Church. PAULINE DUDLEY, '39 SIXTY QWWWQ l l is Top raw: ll.. VYilli:1n , 3. Nichols, D. Taylor, Dont-lson, D. Carey, VV. Buck, Clrccno, Mclntosh, Bill Pushing. lllzfflfllv rozr: Galloway, G. Pctcrson. Polhcrnus, Poscgatc, Bliss, Van Ylack, Morris, Fnlmcr. Bollonz I'0ll'.' St-agur. Mulllzill, B. Tripp, Miss Bower, W. O'Nt-il, 'l'. Johnston, M. Ross. BOYS' GLEE CLUB 1'z'e.vz'flc1z! . BOB NIULIIALL Vive President . . AIERL Ross Se1're1'111'y . . . . ICD BIORRIS I,1'brar1'r1n ..... IQENNETH IJONIGLS-ON HIC Boys' Gln-0 Vlub of Amos High is an organization of about thirty mcmbcrs that int-cts twicc :1 wt-ck untlcr thc tlircction ol' Miss Ifltlna Bowcr. It is com- posml ol' boys that show :1 tlcfinitc intcrvst ill Vocal music and who sm-ck to gct thc Inost out of thc opportunity to sing. An incrcasc in thc II10I11lJ0l'Sl1lp of this vor-:xl unit shows that thcrc is an apprcciation for thc training and bcncfits that may bc 1'ct'civcml. Good fcllowship and closv t'1'it-nclsliip not only prcvail, but thc incnibcrs stick through :1 crcativc spirit to intc-rprct fine- songs :intl to gain ox- pcricllvc that will prow valuablc to thc-in through latvr lifv. Thx' club works on thc typc of songs that can bv givvn as an intcrcsting and inspiring program. Soloists and small groups rcccivc spccial training and are able to give a varicd and entertaining program to any outsidv o1'g:Lnization that may have a rcqucsi for such. Many incmbc-rs have joined local church choirs. An vvcning conccrt givcn for thc parcnts was a program this ycar. Mcmbcrs of this organization joinccl with thc other vocal music groups in taking part in the Story County Music Clinic at Nevada, and thc Tri-City Music Clinic at Fort Dodge. BOB NIULHALL, '39 SIXTY-ONE S is Top row: II.'l'aLylur, M. lirt-tnall, Spin-r, Ric'-, B. Robinson, Gwllignn, M. Mc-llmw, M. C:unplwll. Thirrl raw: l.. Brown, R. Miller, YVillis, Mt'Kilmlmt-n, K. 'l'liumps,nn, M. Arrn,sinitlt, lit-tty Cushing, M. Anderson. v Swmzal ruw: F. lit-vton. BI. Km-niiutlv, C. Czrruv, J. Brutnzill, Pzultlm-k, P. Stuf'fm'tl. Mwuls. lilttlt-. Bottom roun' Krujirt-k, SOI'l'g'll1l.l1, Di. Ctmroy, Miss limvuiy Kxvml, Hewitt. H. .Xllt-n. Top row: M, lfirkins, D. Downs, E. McCoy, l.vl:i.ntl M. Blnsst-r. G. Young. li. lilnssvr, N. llzuu-r' C. 0'Neil. Bmokt-i'. Third row: A. Cliristt-nsun. Mitchull, Stuhlsatz, N. Gilchrist, M. llrin, S.-vc-1'nicl, li. Light, M. 'l'z1.ylor, Xprris. P. McDonald. Srconrl row: Ducllc-y, J. Clark, Ginsc, Juno Moyne. Iltwntlrit'kstm, Suinpson. DvYrit-s, Runin-lls, S mringur. Bnllnnz row: I Porter, A. Miller. K. Cox, G. Miller, He-lsur, Miss Bnww, L1-vine-. Buirtl, Ye-ttf-r, Ycmnans GIRLS' GLEE CLUB President . THELMA LEVINE Secretary . . . MAm:Alu4:r 'l'.u'LOR Vice Presirlerzt HAIlIiIlC'1' Pouri-:iz Trerzsurer . NIARY l'lLNA HlGNlDliIt'KSON Librarian, PAULINE DtiDLr:x' HIS yvzLr's Glt-0 Club, thc lzirgvst in thc- history of Amt-s High School, nuinlwrvcl almost svvt-nty girls. Although cranipc-cl by tho h:ilf-clay sc-livclulv, four por- formzincvs of thv annual Candle Light Sc-rvico wt-rv givvn. Un April 28 thr Girls' Glvv Flub did its part in tht' coricvrt givt-n by all the music groups coinbinvrl. By this cones-rt vnough funds wt-rv rziistwl to svnd scvvnty-fivv 'lIlf'I11lJOI'S of the vocal groups to thc- Tri-K'ity Music l"t-stivzml in Fort Dmlgv. Hvrv tho Glc-0 Club root-ivocl criticisms that wvrv of value in their later progranis. Tnr:r.M.A. Inevtxr: '39 S I X T Y - T W 0 . 4- . 7'np row: Iinshing, Rico, Hunt-, Holsvr, Margin' TatT, Evans. Thin! rvun' Lorch, R. Milli-r. lilIlHQg0IllDK'I'g, Mc-ads. lvcrson. Cainc. Alt-Xander, H. Allen. Scrum! rozzu' U. Pctcrson, Zinnne rnian, J. Johnston, L. Nichols, Wilkin, Barlow. Iiolfrnn rm1'.' li. Joncs, .l. Duvall, U. Christianson, Dyas, M. Larson, A. Stoinlmorgj. Top rozr: Godlrcy, lxllll'l2Illg'll. W. Wicrson, Fostcr. Cannon, R. Taylor, Krooscn, D. Thompson. Third row: Alcott, Krajicok, G. Brown. Fischer, Kildce, Carty, B. Firkins. Secnml row: I-Liland, Nutty, Mc-Guirc, Dunagan, LaYelle, Vance, R. Ross, Lynch. Bolton: row: lXlyt-rs, Wt-llhousc, Mathison, Mr. Smith, Sclnlhln-rt, Wilkins, Yan Vlack. DRHIUHTIC CLUB HAT grand old man of thc Amcrican stagc, Hip Van ll'1'nkle, was brought to lift- by thc Dramatic Ulub on thc stagc of thc fit-ldhousc on NlJW't'IIllJlxl' 18 under thc direction of L. Way'nc Smith. livery member of Dramatic C'lub was vngagcd in sonic phase of production work. In thc sccond scmcstcr, attcntion was conccntratcd on onc-act plays. An opportunity was givcn to cvcry llllxlllbtxl' of Dramatic Ulub to takc part in thcm, many of which wc-rc prcscntcd bcforc Various clubs and church organizations in Ann-s. As a climax to thc sccond S0IIl0Sf10I', thc actors wore transformed into playwrights, writing and producing thcir own plays. KATHLEEN KILDEE, '39 SIXTY-'1'llliEE MQW '-.I YM Q ff ' .f t w .ill Top row: Christianson. Rushing, Cut: L. Cox, Hclsor, Mary Tall. P. Staflorcl. Carlson. lvvrson. I'v0IlI'UL rou':CClyclo, M. Taylor, Mitvliull, C. Hein, Brooker, C. 0'Ni-il, Quaifc, Littlv, .l. Johnston, num-. Thirrl 7'0II'.' li.. Milli-r, A. Millvr, Carty, Lovinv, Evans, H. Hvin, Cvisv. llug, liupv. S1'co1nll'oi1': M. Rvynolds, Cowon, Miss Lunsford, M. Olson, Margin' Tatl, M. .'Xiul,'-i'soii, Ualligan, Miss lladish, Gt-ataganas, Springer. Bullum. mir' Croslov, Holmiok. M. Iiorimrdy, Sli-opcr PEP CLUB HUD CI-IEGR SQUHD President . . . . AIARIE Axnicnsox Vive I'resz'rierit . . BIARGIIC TAFF Ser-remry . . . BIAYBL Uisox Treasurer ...... PATH' fiALLIGAN S the final baskvtball ganu- midi-d tho 1939 athlvtic svason, Pop Vlub girls turnt-d in thi-ir colorful orangv and black jackvts for probably thc- last tinii-. Although a nvw building may invan now jackc-ts, thvir pop can nvvvr bv surpassvd. At tho closc- of vach school yvar c-iglitf-on svniors, twc-lvl' juniors, and six sophoniorvs arc- 4-lvctml to niakv up thv nvxt yvar's Pop C'lub. Tlwy arm- vlvctm-d by thv vntiro studvnt body and thc-ir svloction is basvd on pc-p, school spirit, and svholarship. This yvar's Pop C'lub had chargo ot' tho studr-nt ticks-t sale-s for both tho football and baskvtball soason. By dividing thc' club into foul' groups with cap- tains to takc- charge of chvcking out tickvts and chvcking in nionvy, this salt- was turnvd into a contvst, Frc-0 tickets wore awardvd to thv nine girls sr-lling tho most tickvts. Ono of thc' highlights for this yvar's Pvp C'lub was a trip to Pvrry for tho P4-rry-Ania-s football game. Two buses wvrv chartz-rod and thc- c-ntirv group niadc the trip. Mc-mbc-rs of thc Clic-vi' Squad vvvrv .loan He-lniick, Mariloras Kc-ririmly, Lewis S'lcc-por, and Bob Crosley. The advisrfrs of Pvp Club and Cheer Squad arv Miss Alvira Lunsford and Miss Helen Hadish. BILLU1 Bnoomzic, '39 SIXTY-FOUR V , , Top row: J. Mt-rria-k, DcYcrc Carey, C. Flogstad, CanakgPFrangos, J. Johnson, Skerry, Donolson. Illiflfllf' row: Mr. Wvlls, Blackburn, Mcnzc, Bush, R. Ross, Bob Wilson, Wilkins, H. Knight. Bottom row: D. lNIcCarthy, Matson, A. Frangos, Trotter, Mulhall, Gilman, Rinehart. Presz'dent . . . BOB NIFLHALL Vive President . .VERNON NIATSEN Secretary-Treasurer. . Donwrx Gaimzs Ilistorian ...... JIM PALEY HIC Varsity Club of Amos High is composcd of all major lcttcr winncrs in foot- ball, baskctball, tcnnis, track, and golf. The faculty lcadcr is Kcnncth Wclls. Ont- of thc club's most important activitics is thc initiation of ncw mc-mbc-rs. In thc fall thirtccn boys wcrc Wclcomcd into thc club. Thcsc initiatcs took part in all Varsity Club activitics, a fcw of which wcrc thc annual picnic usually hold at Lakc Comar on Mcmorial Day, ushering at thc Statc and Confcrcncc track mccts, and acting as hosts to thc participants in thosc track me-cts. Thc HA" Club also awards thc HAH Pin to thc pcrson rvndc-ring thc most distinguishcml svrvicc to thc school throughout his thrcc years in Amcs High School. Baskctball and wrcstling intramural monograms arc bought by thc club's funds, which arc obtaincd fron1 ducs, intramural finals, and othvr moncy-making propositions sponsorcd by thc organization. At spring initiation, all boys winning major lcttcrs for thc first time in baskctball or spring sports, wcrc taken into thc group. Any boy who has bccn a nwmlwr of Amos High Varsity Club has dcrivcd not only an cducation from high school, but also has lcarncd to coopvratc by thc association with others in school athletics. JIM PALEY, '39 SIXTY-FINE' mm llfgll fn U10 Hlllkl-Ilff Nlfll yning up! I,unL'N Illr'4'f l"I4l'f' .wqlmrl R' A Ks Him' Flu. , . 'hlflp' Ill pf:- pr'1'l.'x I F E A T U R ES Campus Cale for GOOD FOOD Fountain Service A RIDDLE It is a necessary thing Who, when you try to talk, Makes you take a walk In to see the "King." Serving the jewelry needs of Ames people for over a quarter cen- tury has made satisfied cus- tomers by the hundreds I.. C. Tallman CONN HAND INSTRUMENTS Eschbach Music House 3aEm"EumR BALDWIN PIANOS OPTOMETRIST We are Proud of Your Patron- age and VVe Wish You Hap- piness and Success Howard Holams CANDY KETTLE Conceit?? When Miss Hadish asked for some tall and handsome chap" to go to the board, Bill Jones calmly walked up wlthout a word. SIXTY-EIUH The Qmes Building 84 Loan Hssociation 25 Years of SERVICE 25 Years of SAFETY 25 Years of DIVIDENDS T Tcachcrs pct questions guarantccd to Hunk half thc class: 1. Why is it? 2. How is it when not? 3. Givv 'ron 4-Xainplcs? 4. State cloarly and concisoly in one sentence. 5. lf not, why not? 6. If so, when? 7. Givv practical application. Have You e Hobby? GTR HOBBY IS SHOES 'Pho nm-xt Timo you in-od Shocs voino to our Holnlvy-Lolilny Brannberg 84 Him Home of FAM o11'S Fl DUTW IC AR Amos bl NN' Ill0N FII! AN IME AUTOMATIC. CUAL BURNER E D LU Fi R DS Coal Company Phone Q0 ws SELL AND SERVICE me FAMOUS IRON HREMAN XTX NIN E While discussing a book- VICK R: "I thought the girl was twelve." MURIEL P: "No, she was seven." DICK STAFFORD: " Maybe Vic's book was a later edition and she grew. West Street Jaclc Sprat Food Store 2902 West St. Phones 337-338 Jack Spratt Foods Frosted Fruit Vegetables Meats Fish Poultry FINEST FABRICS come from I Stephenson S Opposite Campus Clothes for Collegians Pleasingly Priced 0LlTlSTED'S Superior Barber Shop AMES HI 'S FAVORITE HAIR CUTTERS We don't cut them all but we cut the best 316V2 Main School Supplies Toilet Articles Prescriptions Stover and Whitman's Candies Judisch Brothers Drug Store Phone 70 - - - Free Delivery SEVENTY -1-Q-v 1 ..e .ef--V as .Q i+w:::f ,lFTfI?5.+Q.' EXE W? as es- yi-,gif we e EJ, r mf- . r eff if ,7 ',f4?7' in xi Wit, L1 N " ' FI, J R' if. C- i" it 7' L' LA., ' - 1: 'ti if I ,J K"-ll 1 " AHN OLLIER AGAIN" .I AND :ery i i , it 'ii is ik xi ,VY I li my 4 'if .,n3,f4,,, X X i XM iiiii Fm i ,M If Repeated acceptance by discriminating Year Book Boards has inspired and sustained the Jahn 8. Ollier slogan that gathers increas- ing significance with each succeeding year. 31l4'ii"X'I'Y-UXif PIIOIH' 685 LUHLSI-I'S 114-120 Main St. Amvs, IOXVZI Furniiuro Window Shades hinolcum Carpets Student Supply Store South of Campus Hl'2lC1lll181'1tt1'S for W1-igllt :md llitson 'Fvunis Rackets and Spm-ting' floods B. at LU. IDD flood H2iI11IP1l1'gl'f'l'S Campus Drug S2lllt1W1t'110S and Fountzxin Sm'vic-v HI'vlIlll'1'I'S Wllispfr Jlorf flmn Worrls Van Nay. "-Slmkm-sposxre s .10 QQ: .3554 1 .tg I fnyft 753fA5'59'-Q11 5 QT . :MJF -ffl? lin. W X92 t '- Q Coels Flower Shops Two Shops Phom- 110-111-112 Drink a Bite to E at 'IO Q and 4 6 QLXENTX TVVO I.ooI4 in the Mirror . Then take care of the person you see i11 the mirror START A RANK ACCOUNT Do you know these students? 1. IIWHACKERII 2. NRO!! 3. "PICK" 4. "BUGS" 5. "BU'rcH" NOVV AT THE 6. IKRHUBARBI, Union Story -I-rust 7- "K1LM0RE" 84 Sa i B I4 8' vngs an 9. ,,JO,, Member Fedsgalngjggsxit Insurance 10. UK. Cf, CAPITAQQRIEOEERPLUS Cturn to page 98 for answersj The Best You I-lad . You 'vo put all you had into this Annual, and it is a dandy-no wonder you are proud of it. VVe've done our best, too. And when no one is looking, we like to pick it up and e-xult over the bit you've allowed us to do toward making it a prideful one. TRIBUNE PLIBLISI-IIIICS CO. SEVENTY-THREE GEORGE COOVER: "I know, how a seasick fellow feels nowg I forgot to fry my egg this morning. DRHGGUU TRANSFER AND STORAGE FOMPANY Q4 Words Worth Reading . . . be too busy build ing a bank account of your own to envy the other 'fellow with plenty of dollars . . he sured 'vm . . . do likeutisrf. . . . speaking from names Trust and Savings Bank HHELPERS OF SAVERSU' I-IAWKEYE LAUNDRY lmundry and Dry Cleaning Service Phone 9 West Ames Brooker Drugs THE CORNER DRUG STORE Hotel Sheldon-Munn F. T. THLBERT J EWELER Ames' Newest JEWELRY STORE First Door East of Montgomery Wa11'cl DIRKSED sr SHITWLJELSOD Pontiac Sales and Service 400 Main St. - Ames, Iowa SE I'N'11 IOUR BOB WILSON BOB MULHALL HARRY SKERRY SIIEPARD GREENE ' JIM MERRICK JOE REYNOLDS JIM PALEY DICK STAFFORD ART FISCHER CAL FLOGSTAD JIM O'N EIL BILL JONES RED HEGOEN JACK SWANSON VICK RONNINGEN DICK MATHISON LAURA WILKINS CHARLOTTE HEIN MARNI REYNOLDS BARBARA GIESE NORMA BAUER BETTY LITTLE MAYBL OLSON DOT QUAIFE MARIE ANDERSON THELMA LEVINE BILLIE BROOKER PEGGY HELSER CAROL BAUER MARY TAFE DOT DUNAGAN I ! I GOOD REASONS SEVENTY-FIVE 1' glW7W W!! N a NU . LQ K4 ry J ff X ii? A J W P X- S. A - A, If N igv emmxwv QXHNKX X 1' ,X A' Q' X X 0 , .. f 2 X N x3 fix' f X P 3' ff - Wlxxxy.- Lp C2400 A9 . ' , , f X VL X .xxwxxxxxxxxxmxx va! I , 1 X NMWN YB f g 4 :x f f Az J 'fi if X V W X X X xx 2 UIZNB' i ov' 1 Q JWM f-5 L5-7 5 SQ 'Sxi if-'S Q Q Read-wil 'wi Olwnaumcwm 'SN' XXXNKXSQQQ 5 x X Q X C9 4 qdx ' Q2 X Q f f 4 . I X35-,i V1 x ww 1 1 , . X :- NJ ' ' 7255 X op s. Q Q XQXXAXXXXXXNXXXQQXQXXK. S Kgs '1 0 X X Congratulations and Best Wishes to tlwe Class ol 'l939 TILDEWS ' ' Deperzfhrblr' Ames Wholesale Fruit ancl Grocery Company SAVE AT THIS STORE Phone 85 1 OMPLETE AUTO BODY SERVICE Ames Body Co. J. O. Soma, Prop. 402 Main St. Phone 538.1 Since 1869" I s there a boy Who hasn't had a trimmin By ai least one Ames High women? Y DAR LINDI'Ili u1c1m1E xu'c:c:Lms, VIVK RONNINGEN TINY RINICIIART JIM o'Nr:1L HHN uosS MANY noon KA'1'HLm:N KILDEE PAT GALLIUAN MAuABE'1'11 muuocx w1L1sl'u Mc-INT0sH IHCRBI-l1i'l' SNOW DUDGEGITS J Ii W E l ,R Y REGISTERDQJEWEER muum ummm Established 1893 .-Xl"'l'I4lH THE HALL IS uvlflli 'l'.Xlil'I HI-IR TU f H U DVS He-:1dq1l:11'tm's fm' Hvcrytllingr Manic- of lA'2l1llt'I' D. E. PARSCDIXI S l.1lg1'g:a1g11- :xml I.c:11ln-1' floods ISN! Alilill St. Plmm- TZIXN 1 S XX 47-is 0 AUGE pp x C v XQ 0 xo? F, f 'Y S 1 , Sv 'V R Hg 4 HOE . 41 S . xxgkrxx-If GEORGE CoovER: I just found DH I out why girls are so magnetic -everything they have on is QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS charged. mooee Beos. Want to be an "A" student? If so, read this accurate and detailed infor- mation. 1. When entering class 10 minutes late, always extend your hand in a token of friendliness to the teacher, and say in your loudest tone of voice-"Hi Yah, Bernie!" Always call teachers by their first name 5 this promotes the desired informality. 2. Always laugh at the instructors jokes-it's practically an unwritten law in A.H.S. 3. Never recite-as it always adds confusion to the other students' already muddled minds. 4. Run but never walk in the halls-faculty members will think you're lazy and have nothing to do. 5. "Love thy Neighbor. l' This quotation applies in all walks of lifeg there- fore always talk to the students around you. 6. If you are eating a cone at Moore's during school hours and a teacher comes along, beat a hasty retreat because a meeting at this time between said teacher and student would result in disaster. 7. If for some reason you disagree with a statement made by the teacher, accompany your loud vocal howling with whirlwind gyrations of the hands and feet-this will inform the instructor of your thorough knowledge of the subject. EWFINTY-NINE 108 Hayward Avenue Palmer plumbing Co. Plumfbing and Heating Electricail Household Appliurzces Phone 1091 Ames, Iowa WATCHES DIAMONDS FINE VVATCH REPAIRING Charles G. Ray JEWEDI-IR 230 Main St. Dixon Drugs Florence Langford G I FTS Masonic Building Zouffmli - for- Arf-Izer Hose for I,u1'e'Iy Hfomrn lhlrrzflise Shoes Elan bee Bugs Confusion and embarrassment reigned when it was discovered that three senior English students had exactly the same book reports written just alike must have been mental telepathy or somethin'. T l ll Allan Machine Shop Manufacturing CO Iron, Steel and Woodwork Band Uniforms Electric and Acetylene Welding Class Coats and Ames, Iowa Academic Garments Ames - - - - U Iowa 224 Duff Phone 529W EIGHTY i WLST DIES as Hirsclwburg 84 Reynolds ,0 ATTORNEYS AT LAVV 315 Main When he found her little diary, Read all the words it said, He thought his simple heart Would surely turn to lead. It didn't say she loved him, In fact it said the worst: "Fm just a little tired of him," Was the horrible thing read firs Oh gosh, what a fool he's been All these three long years. And to think she doesn't love him, Almost sent him into tears. But now that he's in college, He has met some other gals, And glad he is she dropped him, Cause now their only pals. EXGHTY ONE Phone 578 Study my Hall A study hall is not what it implies, A place to try and be wise, But it is a three ring- Where you learn not a thing And when over, the teacher sure sighs. Home Room Home roorn is another cute place Where you say everything to anyone's face. When the announcements are read, N o one hears what is said And off to the door they do race. Corbin Locks Philco Radios Best of Luck Lennox Furnaces Lowe Bros. Paints to Speed Queen Washers G. E. Refrigerators Sheet Metal Class of '39 'Tinshop than 16,000 D0N'Ti FORGET Different things in this store for Good Things your convenience t0 Eat CHINAWARE qt HOME FURNISHINGS HR-I-IS Carr!-lardwareffo PHONE 124 EIGHTY-TWO Her eyebrows fear the tweezers: Her complexion fears the rain. The girl who's really free from fear, Waits for a date in vain. ENJOY DELICIOUS FOOD of Q American and Chinese Dishes at the I2 H I Fl B 0 LU Coffee Shop HA b' ' H m 1t1ous Bill Lapp wants to get a job shoveling snow this summer He said he would fire furnaces as second choice. Join the solid geometry class and improve your whistle. Members get plenty of practice when the office girls walk in. FIGHTY-THRFL When we are sophomores We can hardly wait To graduate. When we are juniors, We pray for the date To graduate. When We are seniors, We try too late To graduate. ! HLLEU FTWOTOR C0 m P H D y While students of the Senior Class were giving full names for their diplomas, Earl Sorenson showed much embarrassment CHEVROLET when he asked Mr. Swedell how and BUICK to spell his own first name- Maurice. ALWAYS GOOD USED CARS Everyone in French class be- gan to study when they came to the love affair in Les M iserables. Phone 103 5th Si Douglas Facts that could be eligible for "Believe It or Not" . Olin Wellhouse singing in Grand Opera. . Bob Fulmer talking to a girl. . Kirk McGuire going steady. Chauncey Alcott pushing the six foot mark. . Don Wilkins minding his own biz. . Dean Carey really studying. . Kathleen Kildee with an HF." . Thelma Levine without something to say. . Bill Jones with his hair combed. Wilbur McIntosh and Keith Kuck competing for the World's Heavyweight Boxing Championship. EIGHTY-FOUR ll'mnlf'ull1'1"x lJflI'f'lj .lulfv v pvrrflrlllnrv .vzvfngx .-I l1'nmlf'lllf1'1' lu'rlrI1'f'.wl .wlrlgzzw Nlwp and lX'l'I'l.' ll,1lIl'l'lHI YM fl'IlIll lirmlaful boy lfllfb fvlll-III? mul JIIIUII. Bug Him Whe Him Him Bug Bug Him Him Whe Him Bug my GI LC I-I I2 I ST I1 see, all say fooey CO,AL 86 FEED CO. no girl to wooey gooey COAL GRAIN FEED droop fly in zoup A n drink, yell "boop" drool' COGI Stolcers Phone 232 HAS Suggested end poem by the famous team, Evans and Bailey The villain came to get the daughter,- Her father did not fear it. Q "What care I if the fiend has got 'er, I only cherish my SPIRIT.H POEM FOUND ON STUDY HALL FLOOR From my studies I look through the window And wonder how long I can bear The thoughts of the dinner that's waiting And a stomach that long has been bare. The clock on the wall is a demon That slows down the passage of time. I wonder if it would go faster Did it know I was longing to dine. EIGHTY-SIX Vulv, llI'l'Ilvf I '- l'lm.w prviljf Qfliwc' ffl-I' " Al Il srl H f' llmmr Snr'1'4'ly P11 x JIIIVIII., lIf1t'lH EN. ,- QS? if .A Mae' ll'f'sl in pfmwnl fvllflll. mon: HYI'HfI'l1N A - -. .J Y .1 ll 1'-11 1Lvl'f'l'jf,IlII!!f'-V fl'IAl'llll' Una rj Ihr' Irvs! MCDGWELL Insurance Agency 316 Main Phone 51 Ames - - - Iowa LIFE ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE I-I. L. MUININ LUMBER CCD. Established 1891 AJWES' VENETIAN BIINDS -u product of- Orning Glass 84 Awning Company Ames, Iowa Main af Duff 1 hom Phone 538W for Estimate LU M B E R De Luxe :md . . . I Building Maternal C gamers and Laundry Hanson Lumber Company 212 Duff Avenue Hmes Laundry 218 Fifth Street Ames, Iowa We Recommend Your High School TRY OUR PRODUCTS and You Will Recommend Us Hmes Grain 84 Coal Co. While Miss Mackin was telling In- dian stories to the Sociology class Jim Merrick made this bright remark to Jim Paley. "I've read these stories in dime novels." Miss WHITE! "This is the fourth time you've looked on Arthur's pa- perm: GEORGE COOVER! "Yes Mam, he doesn't write very plainly." 213 Duff - - Phone6 "Don'ts" handed down to the sophomores by a senior who learned them too late. Don't pass the junior English testg if you do, they let you take journalism- slave's work at coolie wages. Donlt be 10 minutes late every morningg be an hour late-you still get a seventh period. Don't read the "Big Little" books for book reports-too many students do and the teachers are noticing a similarity in the reports. Don't skip school on Fridaysg any other days are o.k. but if you skip on Fridays, you must have a doc's okay to get back in on Monday. Don't study for tests. If you study, you will have to write moreg if you Write more, you use more ink and there is no percentage in that. EIGHTY-NINE i 1 King slaps in N Bum! fn rlfxplay 'l'0lu'h1l011'1z.' At the half Nlrong man " Louie Bonne-A mes game 11,!'I'lIgiI1g lmme lhc When slowly he parked his ancient car And began to gaze at the moon afar, She knew that the boy who was so fine Just wouldn't use the same old line. But yes, he said it was out of gas, And she began to look for the pass. So when a kiss he tried to land He learned the use of the feminine hand. K I AA I. E R EQUIPPED TO S ERV I CE SEIIISLQOU for QUALVITY COAL Wreck Rebuilding ICE REFRIGERATION Spray Painting Automatic Heat With STOKOL STOKERS CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales and Service W. H. NUTTV Kimler Coal and Ice Company Phone 241 Uptown Office 833 Phone 35 414 Main St. NINETY-ONE NA, MATH I SCN C of ,,.,..,Sc...,...3,..,f?n 8' T MQTQQ ' '.ouch. ..m.f.4 Q.. and typunl m- Szllvs F- FORD -- Servivl Reynolds 84 lversen 238 Main Street Backers and Supporters of Anlesllvflvnda Ames High School Activities Early nwrns at break of dawn We donned our duds and smothered yazvns To trip to classrooms dark and dreary To try to heed the lessons weary, But soon dropped off lo make up for The sleep we'rl lost the night before. The bell would ring, u'e'd rub our eyes With thanljfalness to realize That though the lessons we had not, The nap had helped, yes, quite a lot. NINETY-TWO IMPROVEMENTS EXPECTED IN NEW HIGH SCHOOL 1. Hot dog stands in halls. 2. Elevators. 3. Cushioned seats in Mr. Young's office for the many students who wait there. 4. Dating Bureau for lonesome hearts. 5. Dance in gym everfy Friday Nite. COh Yeahj 6. Chorus girls to help us to find our way around. 7. As punishment from Mr. Young, cream puffs at twelve paces. 8. Pretty waitresses to serve a mid-morning snack in home room. 9. Swimming pool-instructor-Eleanor Holm. 10. Dramatic instructor-Deanna Durbin. 11. Smaller teachers so we can bat them around. GEORGE BACON HAROLD KNIGHT GEORGE MILLER JIM MERRICK MERL Ross DICK MATHISON DoN VVILKINS JULIE JoHNsToN PEGGY RUSHING MARG TAFF HERMI BAILEY Bon TRIPP FAMOUS QUOTATIONS Smoking in the outer lobby only please. Now this gun . Start pushing boys 5 she's out of gas again. Remember when I bowled 236? Love's got me. Watch the Fords go by. Oh! shoot. I can beat you in ping pong. Oh! Herbie I don't want to give my grade out loud. I'll see you tomorrow, Eileen. Yes, Miss Bower. No, Miss Bower. Yes, Mis OH FOR A QUIZ LIKE THIS- 1. Give the name of the unknown soldier. 2. Who started Webster's Dictionary? 3. What is the color of the Red Sea? 4. Who wrote Grenville's autobiography? 5.. Where do Italians come from? 6. Who participated in the Spanish-American War? 7. What color is tattle-tale gray? 8. When was the war of 1812? 9. What state is in Iowa? 10. What is Verne Young's first name? 11. Where are the Egyptian pyramids located? 12. In what city is the Chicago Cub's baseball park? NINETY-THREE fearfully s Bower. Q wish to express our appreciation to the stu- dents and the faculty of Hmes High' School iortneh Und and gen- erous cooperation. Photographs in This Annual Made by HART STUDIG HOW TO GET TO SCHOOL BY 7:30 Course given in one easy lesson. 1. Have five alarm clocks scattered throughout your sleeping room, set each for a different time. 2. Place them at least twenty feet away-this constant running back and forth to either turn off alarms or throw clocks out the window will slowly impress on your weary mind the necessity of an education. 3. When the last alarm blares forth at seven, grope frantically for the nearest wearing apparel, which for speed's sake should have no hooks, buttons, or snaps, and drape on your person. 4. Station some member of the family at the front door with outstretched hands containing books and a piece of toast or two. 5. If no delay is made in charging through the front door, you might get to school by?--lCEd. note-we regret to inform you it is impossible for the author to continue, having just been notixied of a week's seventh periods for tardinessj QUESTIONNAIRE FOR MALES WHO THINK THEY KNOW WOMEN 1. Does a tailor's daughter press Well? 2. Is a photographerls daughter well-developed? 3. Will an iceman's daughter deliver the goods? 4. Does a blacksmith's daughter know how to forge ahead? 5. Does a plumber's daughter have good connections? 6. Is the milkrnan's daughter the cream of the crop? 7. Has a professor's daughter learned her lesson? 8. Has a woodcutter's daughter ever been axed? 9. Is the surgeon's daughter a cut-up? 10. Did the fireman's daughter burn up Whenl-? 11. Does the farmer's daughter make hay? 12. Does the painters daughter use make-up? NIXFTY FIVE THIS NIGHT As I left Home Sweet Home Father called, Hurry Home and Mother said Let this Be A Warning to You Baby, Romance Runs in the Family. To assure her I answered, "Don't worry My Heart Belongs to Daddy." So F. D. H. Jones and I rode over Those Funny Old Hills to the Story Book Ball to dance to that Quaker City J azz. Imagine My Surprise when just as we were drifting into the Delightful Delirium of the waltz someone cried, Swing It Mr. Charlie and every- body Change Partners. My Heart Stood Still. It was Just the Same Old Story. I was stuck with the Cockeyed Major of Kaunakaki who had brought Minnie the M oocher. He started Swinging Out until I couldn't tell myself from the Girl Friend of the Whirling Dervish. From the way he danced I think that he too believed that Jump, J ump's Here. By this time Everybody's Laughing. I called Lover, Come Back to Me. But he was dancing with Rosalie and laughing with the rest. Finally Just A Kid Named Joe cut in and F.D.R. Jones seeing this came Back to Me. I said, "How Can You Face Me after laughing with the rest?" He answered, "I'll Never Forgive Myself but it was Humorous and I f A Hyena Can Laugh so Can I." When it was discovered that some of the student's "pen pals" in France lived in ritzy homes, Bill Jones decided to reply calmly that he lived in a "villa on the Riviera Squaw." SPIRIT LOVE RECIPE Select one dozen Ames High femmes. Add same amount of most eligible males. Mix in as many dates as foregoing will stand. Sift in a little hot air sweetened with a dash of honey. ' Mix thoroughly!! Turn quickly into the moonlight and bake in a cozy nook from 8 to 11P. M. If not removed promptly at 11, the dates are likely to disappear. If there are any defects which cause this recipe to fail, you must have mixed some nuts instead of boys and girls. NINETY-SIX If you see Vick R. mumbling to himself, do not worryg he is probably hum ming something like this- Old Mother Hubbard went to the cubbard To get her poor daughter a dress. When she got there, The cubbard was bare And so was her daughter-I guess. She told him that she loved him But little did he know That behind the closet door Stood another beaa. "What would you say if I threw a kiss to you?" "I would say you were lazy." NINET1 SEVEN SEUKDRS .lluvy your prlflz uf Iifff br' ax Standard Gil .wzlr-wwsfzll and 1111111117 rm your high .vflzfml days - 72 ' . . . pI'OdUCtS SHOES DRY GOODS MILLINERY READY-T0-XVEAR Servivv on All Fairs af BWOTUHLUS 5th 8: Ilurnvtt Phono 418 I Answers to page 73 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 JOHN BUSH MARY R009 IQEITH NIENZE BRUCE FIRKINS GEORGE BACON BOB MULHALL IDICK MATHISON fconsored, but you knowj HELEN GOWEN IQEN BERESFORD NINETY-EIGHT FOI' YOUI' SUITWITIZI' VACATICDN TRIP Bo Sure To See Your INTERSTATE TRANSIT BUS AGENT H0 will have some especially attrzlcfivo Spevial Tours to offer via our AIR-CONDITIONED SUPER COACHES CHICAGO LOS ANGELES BOSTON PHILADELPHIA SAN FRANCISCO AND NEW YORK FAIRS INTERSTATEMTERANSIT LINES The sophomores wander here and there The way they're treated just isn't fairy The seniors frighten them, and think it's fun To see them drop their books and run. The junior knows a little more But only half of what's in store, The time will come when he will think That life's a let down and he's at the brink. A senior walks with nose in air He's going some placeg he knows not where. He seems to think that all in all Therels just room for one in any hall. NIINIITX NINE HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY "I am the crib paper You have just used. I only can hope Your thoughts are confusedf, "I am the small words Written on your cuf. I surely do wish You wrote not enough." "Aho we both see," Said paper and cuj, " That the angered teacher Is just a bit tough." "For down to the ofice You now have fled. Three percent Young docked you And is your face red." DRIVING HINT Put up your hand and then stop,' Put it down and cut to the right. But if this way you wish to drive, Be sure not a cop is in sight. In the shade of the old "geo1netree." The sense of whose leaves we can't see The exams we have had Send us to the bad In the shade of the old "geometree." ONE HUNDRED l'Your Telegraph Florist" FLOWERS, PLANTS, SEEDS, BULBS BIRDS, FISH AND SUPPLIES 208 Main St. Ames, Iowa EVERT'S A little red bug With an eye that gleams, Cute in a rug, But not in my greens. A Mathison plug: "V-8 as much as V could a-Ford." MR. WELLS in Sunday school: "If you were in India, you might be an Moslem or Mohammedang if you were in China, you would be zt- TOM QUINN Cbrightlyj: "A Chinamanf' Little Carol Bauer Sat near a flower Eating her lunch one day, But J im Paley spied her And sat down beside her And that is enough to say. ONE HUNDRED OINE I Congratulations from O. K' Dunlap Motor Co. Sales---OLDSMOBILE---Service Fgy- 3 Fing Appear-31109 Official A.A.A. GHFZIQO Bdrbef Ames, Iowa - - Phone 873 His date Did wait. When he came- Too late vm How does a girl win her "A . It is a thing I can not say. Some of them use their beautiful smiles And the Ames High boys succumb to these wiles. There is no doubt about it "times are tough." Even love letters are now ended like this "---God bless you and keep you-I only wish I could afford to. Y! It has been found by scientific research that if something is preying on an A.H.S. student's brain never mind-it will probably starve to death. SPIRIT! That which if you don't buy a, you don't have any school ONE HUNDRED TWO .I gum! lznn' :mx lmfl by ulff l'1'1'llI11 girl IUI' Smwlff lIIl'fl,lIfl'lllI 1'1'IlNfUIIl0Il as I um, '- Al llmrn fIIII1.ll'Nf lhrw' rrmew l"l'f'll-My ,fl-Illltl .wlrif l'rr':f1 lfupff 1'1'1ur'.w Ihr l2llHf'f1-II Hwllllf .INIII .llzlvs Nlffrllfx mul lfllxx l1'mf'l11'ng ll fgll -- 1'1,,'11,," 1'l'llg1 Il Hvllllllfllflll 7'1'n1r"' .Umlj mul lfrfrl Tfllflfyf fl'm'f.'-v mil l'ln'rnl'.vl1'll1 rluss Um' main lfllflfllf 'ww l f fgpw qllfl, lXYl'Il.' Hn H111 Inf flflfrf l1'nf1gl11'n' I! 'Hill' fmfl lZ'lllHl4l WOO PITCHERS Because the love life of every A.H.S. boy and girl is so uncertain and un- predictable this year, the SPIRIT Staff after much consultation meekly expresse its views on the present love affairs. BETTER HALF PEGGY HELSER HARRIETT HEIN CAROL BAUER BILLIE BROOKER PEGGY RUSHING PEGGY STAFFORD BABS G1EsE DOROTHEA DUNAGAN MAYBL OLSON HELEN 0,NEIL EMMA WALLACE MYRNA CARLSON BETTY YEOMANS SCALE "'-i-Future uncertain ""'-Ml-They would miss each other """"'--1-They've got it bad """"""---Wow!!! DOUBTFUL HALF "' GEORGE BAOON """" BOB IVERSEN """""' MIKE PALEY "' JIM O,NEIL """"' HERRIE RUGGLES 'H' GEORGE B. COOVER """':" R. C. MULHALL "' BILL LAPP ""' VIOK RONNINGEN """"" RUss TRUESDELL "U" JOE REYNOLDS """""" JACK ALFRED Hkfk CIf the bottom should drop out of these predictions, the SPIRIT Staff refuses to assume any responsibilityb ONE HUNDRED FIVE BOB COOPER S Abbot, Bob-15 Abbot, James-31 Alcott, Chauncey-15, 63 Alexander, Helen--11, 63 Alfred, Jack-31 Allen, Helen-11, 62, 63 Allen, Ralph-15 Anderson Evelyn-15, 22 Anderson, .lim-15, 53, 54 Anderson, Marie-24, 26, 27, 31, 62, 64 Anderson Raymond-11 Anderson Richard-11 Anton, Gretchen-11 Arnold, John-15 Arrasmith, Jean-15 Arrasmith, Marjorie-11, 62 Bacon, George-31, 51 Baier, Edith-15 Bailey, Hermi-9, 11, 24, 45, 53, 54 Baird, Helen-31, 58, 59, 62 Barlow, Joan-15, 22, 63 Barnes, Opal-42 Barnes, Roland-11 Barnett, Elaine-15 Barnett, Fred-11, 53 Bates, Arthur-15, 53, 54 Bates, Rose-31 Bauer, Carol-31 Bauer, Norma-15, 60, 62 Becton, Dorothy-11 Becton, Francine-11, 22, 62 Behnke, Elson-11 Benbrook, Kathryn-31 Benton, Jean-15, 23 Benz, Mr. Leland-8 Beresford, Kenneth-15, 19, 54, 58 Beresford, Ruth-431, 58. 59 Berg, Dick-15 Berg, Grace-15 Berhow, Betty-15 Blackburn, David-11, 45, 53, 65 Blackstone, Lloyd-11 Bland, Celia-42 Bliss, Richard-11, 45, 51, 54, 61 Blosser, Bettie-11, 62 INDEX Blosser, Mary-11, 62 Bower, Miss Edna-8, 60, 61, 62 Braun, Richard-21, 31, 58, 59 Bretnall, Jean-11, 62 Bretnall, Martha-15, 62 Briley, Betty-11, 23 Brooker, Billie-20, 31, 58, 62, 64 Brouhard, Maxine-23, 31 Brown, Dustin-31 Brown, Grace-15, 63 Brown, Louise--15, 62 Browne, Josephine-31 Buck, Guyola-31, 58, 59 Buck, Warren-9, 10, 31, 51, 61 Burdick, Dorothy-11 Burham, Gladys-32 Burk, Marion-11, 58 Busby, Dwight-11, 19, 58, 59 Bush, John-32, 51, 65 Butler, Dean-11 Butler, Ellis-19, 32, 57, 58, 60 Caine, Barbara-11, 20, 63, 64 Cameron, Betty Lou-32 Campbell, Carolyn-15 Campbell, Mildred-11, 58, 59, 62 Canady, Jim-32, 65 Cannon, Clawson-15, 60, 63 Cantonwine, Don-15 Canvin, Miss Madalene-48 Carey, Alice Jane-32 Carey, Corinne-15, 62 Carey, Dean-11, 60, 61 Carey, Dc,Vere-10, 32, 51, 54, 65 Carey, Maxine-11 Carlson, Myrna-9, 11, 58, 59, 64 Carter, Virginia-15 Carty, Jean-32, 63, 64 Cassady, Francis-42 Chase, Doris-15, 22 Chitty, Phyllis-32 Christensen, Arlet-11, 60, 62 Christensen, Bob-21, 32 Christiansen, Dorothy-15, 63, 64 Christofferson, Beverly-11 ONE HUNDRED SIX Clark, Bob-15 Clark, Jean-15, 60, 62 Clemens, Harold- 15, 58 Clements, June-32 Clyde, Janet-9, 15, 24, 64 Cody, EvelynA15, 22 Cody, Friedrick-15 Cole, Charlotte-41 Cole, Joan-15 Collins, Edgar-11 Comstock, BettyY15, 23 Comstock, Ellfryn15, 53, 54 Conlon, Bob-15 Connolly, Lawreneef15, 53 Conroy, Denise-15, 62 Cook, Mary-15 Cooper, Bette+32 Cooper, Bob-11 Cooper, Marilee-15 Coover, Georgedill, 32 Coover, Marjoriepl 1, 60 Cort, Hugh-15, 54 Cox, Claude-32 Cox, Katherine-15, 62 Lucile-9, 10, 22, 32, 64 Cox, Coy, Hugh-15 Coy, Vivian-32 Craig, Lowell-11 Crose, Barbara-15 Crosley Bob-33, 57, 58, 60, 64 Crump, Donald-11 Crump, Elinor-15 Cue, Mary JaneY10, 20, 33, 47, 64 Curtis, Reiley-11, 58 Cushing, Betty-11, 62 Cushing, Bill-15, 61 Dahl, Harris-15 Daley, Helen-11, 23 Darner, Avis-15 Davis, Art-11 Davis, Kenneth--11 Davis, Margie-11 Davis, Marie-33 Davis, Roy-15 Davis, Ruth-11, 23 Day, Mr. Richard-8, 5 Deal, Lois-33 Deal, Thelma-15 7, 58, 50 DeHoet, Guy'-33 DeHoet, Leonard-15, 53 DeLaHunt, Don-15, 25 DeLashmutt, Mr. Keith-8 Dempsey, Doris-16, 23 Dennis, Ruth-11, 22 DeVries, Louise-16, 62 Dirksen, Duane-16 Donelson, Kenneth-11, 21, 44, 54, 60, 61, 65 Dooley, Merle-16 Dorchester, Mary Lou-11, 59 Dorothy, Isabel-11 Downs, Dorothy--33, 62 Downs, Irene-33 Dudgeon, Eileen-16 Dudley, Pauline-20, 33, 60, 62 Dunagan, Dorothea-'33, 57, 60, 63 DuVal, Helyno+33 Duvall, Betty-11 Duvall, Bob-11, 53 Duvall, Juanita-33, 63 Dyas, Virginia-16, 63 Dykes, Marilyn-16 Eichling, Bill-19, 25, 33, 58, 59 Eldridge, Philip-16 Elliot, Bertha-11 Elliot, Joe-11, 57, 58, 59 Elliot, Margaret-33 Ellis, Harley--12 Erickson, John-16. 53, 60 Evans, Jennie-12, 20, 24, 63, 64 Farren, Charlotte-12 Fenley, Sannas-23, 33 Ferguson, Charlotte-33 Field, Donald-12 Firkins, Bruce-9, 16, 54, 63 Firkins, Miriam-20, 33, 62 Fischer, Arthur-9, 10, 24, 26, 34, 63 Fitzgerald, Agnes-34 Fjare, Milford-16 Flack, Jim-34 Flauher, Bob-16, 57, 58, 59 Flogstad, Carl-10, 34, 51, 65 Flogstad, Ingrid-16, 22 Foster, Jim-12, 22, 53, 63 Fox, Peggy-12, 22 Frangos, Angelo-34, 65 Frangos, Mary-42 Frangos, Pauline-42 Frangos, Steve-12, 65 Frazier, Bob-12 Friedrich, Robert-16, 53, 54 Fries, Jim-12 Fulmer, Robert-12, 24, 58, 61 Galligan, Patsy-12, 24, 47, 62, 64 Galloway, Maxton-34, 61 Gannon, Florence-34 Geataganas, Dorothy-34, 64 Gerdes, Leota-16 Gibb, Mrs. Lucile-8, 23 Giese, Barbara-34, 60, 62 64 Gilchrist, Mary-16 Gilchrist, Norma-34, 62 Gillham, John-12 Gilman, David-12, 25, 44, 46, 65 Godfrey, Dick-12, 25, 51, 54, 63 Gowen, Helen-16, 64 Green, Clyde-16, 53 Greene, Shepard-12, 60, 61 Grider, George-16 Griffith, Dora-16 Griffith, Doris-16 Griffith, Jean-12, 23 Griflith, Marjorie-12, 23 Griffin, Earle-12 Grimes, Dorwin-10, 34, 51 Grimes, Frank-12 Grinstead, Bob-34, 58 Gronlid, Miss Henrietta.-8 Grosnickle, Margaret-16 Hadish, Miss Helen-8, 64 Hain, Gertrude-16 Halberg, Ivota-12, 23 Hall, Barbara-16 Hall, Carlyle-12 Harestad, Gertrude-12 Harms, Mr. John-8, 24 Harrison, Mary-34 Hartman, Geraldine-34 Hartman, George-16, 53 Hartsook, Miss Fern-8, 10 Haugen, Dick-16, 53 Havens, Mrs. Marguerite-8 Hayes, Patricia-34 Heggen, Don-12, 57, 58 ONE HUNDRED SEVEN Heggen, Ted-34, 58 Hein, Charlotte-24, 26, 27, 35, 60, 64 Hein, Harriett-12, 20, 24, 47, 64 Hein, Marjorie-16, 22, 62 Helmick, Joan-12, 20, 64 Helser, Peggy-9, 12, 20, 57, 62, 63, 64 Hendrickson. Mary-35, 60, 62 Hewitt, Yvonne-12, 59, 62 Hiemstra, Hazel-12 Hiland, Bob-12, 22, 53, 63 Himmel, Bob-26, 35, 57, 58, 60 Hixon, Ernest-12 Hockman, Paul-12 Holmgren, Aileen-16 Howorth, Ren-12 Hoyt, Harold-42 Hubbard, Marjorie-12 Hug, Jean-20, 24, 26, 35, 64 Hunter, Ruth-35 Ikerd, Betty-12, 23 Inman, Kenneth-12 Tversen, Bob-21, 35 Iverson, Betty Ann-12, 20, 63, 64 Jenson, Anna Marie-35 Johns, Don-12 Johns, Mary-12 , Johnson, Dorothy-35 Johnson, Evelyn--16 Johnson, Gerald-35, 45, 51, 65 Johnston, Julie-12, 20, 24, 63, 64 Johnston, Ted-26, 35, 60, 61 Jones, Beverly-16, 63 Jones, Bill-19, 21, 26, 35, 43 Joy, Everett-12 Kater, Peggy-16 Kauffman, Gladys-12 Kauffman, Glenn-22, 42, 46 Keigley, Lucille-16 Keith, Patricia-12 Kellogg, Evelyn-12, 23 Kelso, Bob-35, 51 Kennedy, Charles-35 Kennedy, Mariloras-12, 23, 62, 64 Kephart, Darwin-16, 53 Kephart, Dcloris-16 Kildee, KathleenY20, 27, 35, 63 Kimler, Courtney-16 Kinderman, Jean-35 Kinderman, Miriam-12 King, Helen-16 Kingkade, Bill-16, 25 Kirby, Delores-12 Klos, Catherine-35 Knight, Harold'12, 45, 65 Knight, Jeanne-12 Knudson, Bettyf16 Knuths, Darlene-16, 22 Koontz, LaVon-36, 47 Koontz, Mary Beth-16 Kooser, Phillip-22, 42 Krajicek, Phyllis-16, 62, 63 Kresie, Barbara-36 Kress, Bob-36, 54, 58 Kroesen, Dale-16, 54, 63 Kuck, Keith-36, 58, 59 Kulow, Betty-16 Kurtz, Mary-13, 23 La Dassor, Juanita'16 Lantz, Harveyfl6, 43 Lapp, Bill-36, 57, 58, 59 Larson, Mary-'13, 59, 63 Larson, Mr. Jordan-7 Larson, Robert-13 LaVelle, Robert--13, 25, 63 Lawlor, Margy-16, 58, 59 Leffler, Owen-13, 19, 53, 60 Leininger, Medeia-36, 58 Leland, Bernice-16, 62 Levine, Thelma-26, 36, 60, 62, 64 Lewis, Kenneth-16, 58 Light, LeV0hn-13, 62 Likely, Charles-13, 58, 59 Linder, Dar-42, 51, 54 Lindstrom, Eugene-13, 25, 59 Little, Betty-10, 20, 24, 26, 36, 62, 64 Lorch, Ruth-16, 63 Lorenz, Mr. Roscoe-8, 22 Lowman, Vern-13 Lunsford, Miss Alvira-8, 47, 64 Lynch, JamesY16, 46, 53, 63 McCarthy, Bud-13 McCarthy, Dick-21, 24, 26, 27, 36, 45, 65 McCarthy, Genevieve-22, 24, 36, 47, 60 McCarthy, John-13, 53, 54 McCord, Donald-13 McCormick, Ann-16 McCoy, Carol--36 McCoy, Earl-17 McCoy, Elizabeth-17 62 McDonald, Peggy-10, 20, 36, 62 McDonald, Muriel-59 McDowell, Helen-13 McElyea, Elinore-23, 26, 36 McGee, Dwight-36 McGee, El0yccAl3, 23 McGuire, Kirk-13, 24, 63 McHone, Marjorie-17 Melntosh, Wilbur-13, 25, 58, 60, 61 MeKibben, Victoria-17, 59, 62 Mackin, Miss Helen-8, 19, 26 Madison, Horace-17, 53 Madson, John-17 Mahannah, Lynn-13, 19, 58 Mahone, Lloyd-17, 19, 53, 54, 60 Major, Charles-17, 46 Martin, Carl-17, 53 Martin, John-9, 17, 19, 58 Martin, Mary-17 Mathison, Dick-10, 19, 21, 24, 26, 27, 36, 43, 63 Matsen, Eugene-17 Matsen, Vernon-36, 65 May, Velda-13, 22 Meads, Marilyn-17, 58, 62, 63 Menze, Keith-37, 43, 65 Merrick, Jim-21, 37, 51, 65 Merrick, Mary Ann-17 Mezvinski, Minna-17 Miller, Anne-13, 20, 59, 60, 62, 64 Miller, Mrs. Flora T.-8 Miller, George-37 Miller, Gwendolyn--17, 62 Miller, Ruth-9, 17, 62, 63, 64 Mitchell, Dow-17 Mitchell, Florence-20, 37, 62, 64 Mize, Harold-37 ONE HUNDRED EIGHT Moore, Jim-17, 53 Morgan, Haroldf 37 Morgan, Paul-17 Morris, Ed-9, 13, 51, 61 Morris, Shirley-17 Morrison, Millie-17 Morrison, Robert-17 Moye, Jack-17 Moye, Jane-37, 62 Mulhall, Robertk9, 10, 37, 45 51, 54, 60, 61, 65 Mumm, David--17 Murtaugh, Jerry-17, 63 Myers, Jim-13, 63 Neff, Boh-17 Nelson, Bob-17, 53, 54 Nelson, Miss Charlotte-8 Nelson, Hubert-42 Nelson, Kenneth-13, 58 Newhouse, Lenore-37 Nichols, Betty, 13 Nichols, Burton-37 Nichols, Donald-13, 54 Nichols, Lynn-17, 63 Nichols, Paul-17, 53, 61 Norris, Anna Kay-17, 62 Nutty, Bob-17, 63 Odell, John-13, 51 O'Donnell, Dickf-13 Olive, Bob-17, 53 Olsan, Doris-13 Olson, Gladys-17 Olson, Helen-13 Olson, Kenneth, 37 Olson, Maybl-20, 24, 37, 64 O'Neal, Helen-13 O'Neil, Catherine-20, 26, 37 62, 64 O'Neil, Eugene-9, 17 O'Neil, Jim-37, 51 O'Neil, Virginia-17 O'Neil, WilliamH21, 37, 60, 61 Osbom, Dick-37 Osborne, Virginia-38 Paddock, Marabcth-62 Paley, Jim-38, 45 Pallas, Jean-13 Pantenburg, Dick-13, 53 Pantcnburg, Edna.-38 Quaife, Dorothy-20, 38, 64 Park, Muriel-24, 26, 27, 38 Paulson, Bernita-38 Paulson, Gertrude-13, 58, 59 Paulson, Ralph-17, 53 Pearson, Dorothy-13 Peck, Betty--13 Peck, Jack-17 Peel, Jack-13 Perry, Rosella-23 Peterson, Delbert-38 Peterson, Florence-17 Peterson, George-17, 61 Peterson, Olive-17, 22, 63 Phillips, Bob-17, 22 Plagmann, Gayle-13 Polhemus, Martin-38, 61 Porter, Harriet-13, 20, 60, 62 Posegate, Bob-13, 54, 60, 61 Pride, Dick-9, 17 Puffet, Willard-42, 58 Quinn, Tom-ss, 51, 54 Quist, Bob-13, 58 Rafdal, Dorothyf'17 Ragsdale, Darlene-38 Ray, Charles-17 Ray, Maynard-38 Reeves, Patricia-38 Reinberger, Evelyn-23, 38 Reynolds, Joe-13, 24, 58, 59, 60 Reynolds, Marni-38, 64 Rice, Mary Jane-17, 62, 63 Richter, Barbara-13 Riley, Arthur-I7 Rinehart, Bob-38, 44,58, 59, 65 Rinehart, Guy-17 Ringgenberg, Ruth-38, 60, 63 Ritland, Mr. Everett-8, 10, 53 Ritts, Margaret-13 Robinson, Betty-13, 62 Robinson, Edward-39 Roche, John-17 Rodgers, Dick-17 Romsey, Mildred-17 Ronningen, Vick--39 Rood, Mary-20, 24, 26, 39, 62 Ross, Ben-13, 51 Ross, Merl-39, 60, 61 Ross, Ronald-25, 27, 39, 44, 63, 65 Routh, Beulah-17 Ruggles, Herbert-13 Ruggles, Hubert-9, 13,21,51,60 Runnells, Frances-10, 20, 26, 39, 62 Rupe, Marjorie-9, 13, 20, 24, 60, 63, 64 Rushing, Peggy-17, 63, 64 Rynkiewitz, Betty-17 Sailsbury, Robert-18 Sampson, Dorothy-39, 60, 62 Sather, Mary-14, 23 Satre, Gayle-39, 58 Schlick, Dorothy-14, 25 Schmidt, Bernard-14 Schubbert, Bob-39, 63 Scott, Bonnie-14 Scott, Helen Louise-14 Seager, Leon-18, 59, 61 Severeid, Betty-14, 60, 62 Seversike, Don-39 Severson, Myrtle-14, 47 Sexauer, Edgar-39 Shearer, Howard-39, 51 Shearer, Patsy-18 Shelton, Leila-18 Shockley, Marilene-18 Shockley, Orla-39 Sheen, Burton-14, 51 Shore, Anna Mario-14 Shore, Joe-18 Shore, Marjorie-14 Shorten, Edward-14 Shugart, Harold-18, 22, 53, 54 Simmering, Mr. Lawrence-8 Sills, Dick-42 Sills, Ralph-14, 19 Skerry, Harry-10, 21, 24, 39, 65 Sleeper, Lewis-18, 22, 64 Smalling, Mr. Ray-8, 51, 54 Smith, Ervin-18 Smith, Floyd-19, 22 Smith, Mr. L. Wayne-8, 25, 63 Smith, Kathryn-18 Snow, Herbert-42 Soreghan, Patty-14, 62 Sorenson, Earl--10, 39, 51 Spatz, Miss Lelah-8 Speck, Charles-39 Speck, Lorraine-18 Spicer, Hazel-40, 62 ONE HUNDRED NINE Spratt, Dorothy--18 Springer, Mary Lou-20, 40, 62, 64 Spurrier, .lim-18, 22 Stafford, Dick-19, 40, 57, 58, 59, 60 Stafford, Peggy-14, 62, 64 Steel, Harriet-18, 22 Steinberg, Alberta-18, 63 Steinberg, Dick-25, 40, 46 Steaks, Miss Mary-8, 20, 26 Stoll, Lucille-18 Strain, Mary-20, 26, 40 Strain, Robert-18, 53 Stuhlsatz, Sylvia-14, 62 Sussman, Betty-42 Sutter, Maxine-14 Swanson, Grace-18 Swanson, Jack-40, 43 Swartz, Virginia-14, 58, 59 Swearingen, Phyllis-'14 Swedell, Mr. Bernard-8, 21 Taff, Margorie-14, 20, 63, 64 Taff, Mary-20, 24, 26, 27, 40, 60, 64 Taylor, Everett-18 Taylor, Helen-14, 62 Taylor, Maynard-40, 45 Taylor, Margaret-18, 58, 62, 64 Taylor, Richard-18, 61 Taylor, Robert- 1 8, 19, 63 Teeter, lvon-18 Tesdahl, Tom-14 Thompson, Dick-40, 58, 63 Thompson, Kathleen-18, 58, 59, 62 Thompson, Mary-14, 23 Tice, Rosetta.-18 Todd, Dorothy-14, 23 Todd, Edythe-18, 25 Trimble, Mrs. Rowena-8 Tripp, Aubrey-40, 60 Tripp, Robert-19, 40, 60, 61 Trotter, Randall-40, 45, 51, 54, 65 Trueblood, David-18 Truesdell, Russell-9, 10, 40, 51 Turner, Janet-14 Uhl, George-22, 40 Uhl, Mildred-14, 22 Ullestad, Elinor-18, 58 Ullestad, I-farold-40, 58 Vance, Virginia-40, 58, 63 Vanderlinden, Spencer-14, 24, 25, 46 VanVlack, Philip-14, 25, 6l, 63 Veach, Icle-14 Vifquain, Bob-14, 51, 54 Vilimek, Francis-41 Vogt, Wilma-14 Wall, Fred-18, 22 Wallace, Bob-18 Wallace, Emma--14, 58, 59 Warren, Dorothy-18 Warren, Robert-41 Waterbury, Janet-14 Waters, Evelyn-41 Waters, Warren-14 Weagley, Don-14, 53, 54 Wearth, Richard-18 Webb, Darrell-41 Webb, Harold-41 Weeks, Shirley-41, 58 Wellhouse, Olin-18, 19, 63 Wells, Bradley-18 Wells, Mr. Kenneth-8, 51, 54, 65 Wetteland, Mark-18, 53 Wetteland, Tom-41, 51 Whatoif, Murl-18, 22 Wheeler, Doris-18 Wheeler, Eloise-14 White, Miss Eva-8, 9, 20 Whitfield, Mafian-41, 59 Wickland, Edwin-18, 25 Wierson, Corinne-18 Wierson, Edith-14 Wierson, Wesley-14, 25, 63 Wilcox, Miss Edna-8, 27 Wilkin, Laura-14, 20, 63 Wilkins, Don-14, 24, 45, 53, 65 Williams, Mary Lou-41 Williams, Roger-18, 54, 61 Williby, Keith-18 ONE HUNDRED TEN Willis, Marian-18, 62 Wilson, Betty-14 Wilson, Bob-9, lo, 41, 43, 54, 65 Wood, Zelta-41 Woodward, Romainc-18, 45, 54 Woollard, Grace-41 Wooslc y, Anna-18 Wortman, Helen-18 Wright, Dick--18, 53 Yeomans, Betty-20, 41, 60, 62 Yetter, Verna Mae-41, 60, 62 Yocum, Helen-14, 23 Yoder, Wayne-41, 59 Young, Don-18 Young, Gretchen-14, 20, 60, 62 Young, Lillian-14, 25, 59 Young, Marshall-14 Young, Mr. Verne M.-7 Zea, Marjorie-18 Zimmerman, Ruth-14, 63 GROUP INDEX Art Club . . 22 Athletic Managers . 46 Band . . 58 Basketball . 55-56 Cheer Squad . 64 Debate Club . 25 Dramatic Club . 63 Fire Squad . . . . 19 Football .... 51-54 Girls' Athletic Association . . 47 Girl Reserves . . . 20 Glee Club Boys' . . . 61 Glee Club Girls" . 62 Golf . . . 43 Hi-Y . . 21 Honor Society . . 26 Intramurals . 46 Junior Class . 11-14 Library Club . 23 Mixed Chorus . . 60 Orchestra . . 59 Pep Club . . 64 Quill and Scroll . 27 School Board . . . 7 Senior Class and Activities . 31-42 Senior Senate . . . 10 Sophomore Class . 15-18 Spirit Staff . . . 24 Student Council 9 Swing Band . . . 57 Teachers . . 8 Tennis . . 44 Track . . 45 Varsity Club . 65 ONE HUNDRED ELEVEN za Yrs WC .1 yy , 1, 1 1 'r 4 .f,,p1,,iMf A x vw I N x ,af -is-4? 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