Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1943

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STEGER LAYING au iniportant role as L'l13.lI'111311 ill the eity's defense programs, Leonard A. Stogor sue- eossfully completed l1is third year i11 Amos. Tlirougli publio forums and Adult Eduoatioii classes, l1o holpod tl1o people of IXDIOS to better understand World affairs. Ho lllilllli it possible for tlie l1igl1 seliool stu-- doiits to ll02ll' suoli Olllllllllll speakers as Sir iNi01'1112l11 Aiigoll, Dr. lValtor Judd, and Prof. T. V. Smith. lVitl1 suoli a 1112111 on the l1011lC front, Vio- tory will surely soon be ours. MR. YGU G EVER failing to give oouusol to HIIYOIIO 11oodi11g or desiring it. Mr. Young 111oots With l1igl1 ro- gard i11 tl1e 111l11llS of ovory Amos High Soliool student. 'l'aki11g 1110ll- 0l'11 oouditioiis iii l1is strido l1o has doiio all possible to guido ospoeially the l1igl1 soliool boys i11 iiiidiiig their plaoo in the design of today. This year, as always, tl1o 'tKi11g" has lent a great doal of his time and executive tale11ts to A1l1l?S as a load- or i11 one of its civic organizations, tl1o Rotary Club. N me Ml IATURE FLORENCE Adolph-i n s t r u c t s high school fellows on the essentials of cook- ing and sewing plus good grooming. Edna Bower-conscientious v o c al director, by whom the delightful Christmas programs are ably presented. Madalene Canvin- drills first year commercial students on the fundamentals of shorthand a n d typing. Richard Day-eight o'clock enthusiastic who demands the attention of many Ames High instrumentalists. Ronald Easter- physics and consumer science instructor who peppers his classes with gems from the humor world. Helen Hadish-first semester her many friends addressed her as senorita but the title changed second semester to Auxiliary Hadish. John Harms-continued to imperil life of chem students with talk of explosives and physics students with al- most too subtle stories. Fern Hartsook- guides 20 diversified occupational pupils. Helen Holt-patrols cafeteria line with penetrating eyes to eject culprits who try to sneak in. Alvira Lunsford-left at half- time to coddle army jeep instead of 300 gym girls. Mary McNally-despite her bout with the red spots she still was able to run her typing students ragged with an overpower- ing number of budgets, etc. Julia Menefee -new home ec instructor from the deep south in Mississippi. Helen Miller-war duties found her taking over the art depart- ment when Lorenz departed for the armed forces. Flora T. Miller-because of sinus trouble spent winter months in Arizona al- though her heart was still with commercial "girls.', PORTRAITS Charlotte NClSU1l-111 o l d s journalistic opinions in Anics lligli as sponsor of Wlcek- ly XVQIT1. 13121110110 Oxborrow-assumed new job as student council czarg also infornied her niyriacl of civic StU.Cl6l1tS on The inTricaTe workings o f T11 c Anierican governinent. Mclva Pinncy-flies and 1'lElI'21Cl1l1tGS when not aTTencling To The l1o111e Tires. lN1argareT Porter-genially drills anibitious y o u 11 g violinists. Everett Ritlzind-invenTs nioclern lllllllfill'-Y sTrz1Tcgy based o11 Cz1esz1r's Gallic caiiipaigii. Lawrence Sl111111CF11lg-LllCiZ1tCS policies of 1385 burns night oil Z'lCljl1Sill1g carburetors for :111To nieclizxnics course. Ray Snialling-Took over not only coacliing duties, but also 21 wee fenialc aclcliTion To his faniily. L. VVz1yne Slllltll-f'l1001'flll and skillful clranizitic coach f2l11l0llS This year for his brainwrzickiiig' ll1Sl'Plll'il0l1 of 2l1'111y coin- niands. Lelah S11z1Tz-relinquished her heml- ship of Fire Squad To release nien for coni- bat cl11Tv abroad i11 our arniecl forces. Ber- 1lZll'fl Sweclell-clelighTed vviTh new Trig class Where he is able To spout off o11 such inajor prohlenis as The right size for Tin cans. M2l1'l'lil TIITHGI'-I110il10FS her girl hoine-ec Sl'l1flQ11fS wiTh ways To curry O11 a successful l1o111e. KenneTh 1Vells-sWiTcl1ecl his in- eviTable brighT sport eoaT for The spiify blue of The Navy. Eva lVhiTe-her VVilI'il111f' duTies consisTecl of supervising service scrape hooks for USO UOIIJFOTS i11 This l'0lllll'I'Y. Eclnzi 1VilcoX-presided as censor of hall fl11Ties illl1'l11tQ,' The seeonfl SOIIIOSAKOI' and reTainecl her TiTle of "Two-gun Gus." 5.4110 Q. ,fs S 'fx 1 DESK JQBBERS 11111 s111101'1111011110111,S 11181100 is l'0SIJ1111S11110 f111' 1110 s111101'visi1111 111 1110 A111115 111111110 s1'1111111s. S01001- i11g' 111111 S1111OPV1S11lgI 10211-1101's, 11100- 112l1'1l1zQf 1110 111111g'01, 11111'1'1121S111g 211111 111s11'111111111g s111111110s, 111111 1111'01+1111g' 11111111 011111-11111111 111111 f111'11111s z11'0 111111118 11011f1111111011 111 1111s 11ff11f0. 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B. Armstrong, city school doctor, and Mrs. Sadie Dempsey, school nurse, examined the students and reported any ab- normal conditions to the pupil and parents. Keeping in stride with the war effort, high school girls had their eyes examined. All boys eighteen on or before June 1, 1942, were examined for the purpose of detect- ing any minor physical defects and facilitating their correction before entering the armed forces. Con-- tinuing the old practice, daily re- admittance examinations w e r e given to all those who had been absent for three or more successive days. Though no longer children, more tha11 125 high school students and two faculty members contracted the 3-day measles in an epidemic which broke out at the beginning of the second semester and lasted for about two months. The enforced vacations were welcomed by pupils and teachers alike as an excellent opportunity to rest in tl1e arms of Morpheus each morning beyond the usual hour, without a guilty eo11- science. First Aid, both elementary and advanced, and Home Nursing were offered to those interested. Mrs. Dempsey taught the latter while Mrs. K. YV. Stouder took over the First Aid classes after Miss Spatz left. Thi1'tee'll R M39 5419 Q I in I 4 0 ITH 21 long list of War acti- vitivs for the niodorn high school student lll'2lill11Q,' their duties for tho your, tho Studi-nt Council 1-ullod thvii' iirst 1110Qtlllg' to order i11 Sopto111l1cr. This body is voiiiposcd of the 1111-sitlc-11ts of thc- 0ig'l1t0G11 1101119 1'oon1s. Six OllllllllllftCGS--3YVi11'tlS, sorvivc. so1'iz1l, 2lSSQ11llJly, citizen- sl1ip,z1nd1riihlim-ity-211JpoiiitodQacli s0111osto1l', llilllfllil tho 111ost lI11ll0I'f- Zlllf sv1'Vi1'0s of the svhool. l'w0H7'fE'C7l GL IDF LINES tMo1'ning Workout, girls? Ono of thc- foreniost z1oco11l1plisl1- nients was the sale of War stanips at a booth in the Illillll hall. A total of 8500.00 was sold on Doceiiiber S6'VO11ll1 alone. Offivcrs iirst and second semes- ters WCPO: John Nutty and Ted Gzwtiolcl, presidents, John Tilden and Tod llilfflllilll, VlCC-llI'C'SlflC1ltS, Durleeii BZlI'I1ClS and Maxine Suth- Oflflllfl, sec'1'etz11'i0s, and No 1'1n:1 lValton, treasurer. Miss Oxborrow was faoiilty adviser. Tor Row: Barrie, C. G e n a u x, Spratt, Gilkey, Hartman S1f:coN11 Row: A. Genaux, W hit- ley, G. Riggs, D u n 1 a p, L. Gibbs, M. Allen, M. Myers BO'l"1'0llI Row: J. Tilden, N. Wal- ton, John Nut- ty, Miss Oxbor- row, T. Garfield, D. Barnes, Wy- more BALANCE? STREAMLINED little ma- chine does most of the work for General Treasurer Mary McNally, and her assistant, Darlene Roberg. VVith a twist of the wrist a check can be written for an amount that ranges anywhere from 3.01 to represent. Their mutual worries are keeping books balanced, ready to check each month, and getting things done in a hurry through the triple check, better known as the triple threat, system. Under this system, every time an ToPROW: Ritts, Baustian, D. Roberg, P, Mitchell, Young, Wellhouse, S. Clark, N. Walton BoT'roM Row: Gilman, Moody, B. Jackson, Miss McNally, Grant, Rothacker, Ladwig 899,999.99 Another modern device that is anything but a detriment to Ames High 's Treasury Department is the iron iiling cabinet, that keeps the wandering treasurers from dropping in to make a few changes in the balances of their books. The student treasurers are an unorganized group of sympathizers who are entrusted with the funds of the various organizations they organization desires money they have the treasurer write a requisi- tion which is signed by the trea- surer, his sponsor, and in turn by the principal. After this, Miss Mc- Nally writes the check. Receipts are handled in a similar fashion. The treasurer, his sponsor, and Miss McNally alltcount the money. If one penny is missing, woe unto the treasurer. Fifteen SUBDUI G TO ES IPPING its ladle i11to tl1e in- eoining' S0lDl10lllOFO elass, tl1e Fire Squad inaugurated sixteen new 1llt'1l1llO1'S l1l1llC1' their 11ew C011- stitution this year a11d tl1e11 retired six 0f tl1e faithful senior 11l61l1bO1'S. At seniester ti111e Miss lVileoX assumed tl1e duties of Miss Spatz, Zlllfl i11 lfllll 5211110 Illfblltll tl1e 1l1QI11lJGFS eould he ll0211'il releasing their pent up feelings 011 the 11ew meeting date of 'llliursday 110011. To guard against easualties from a relatively l11OllOI'I1 deviee of des- truetion, engineered by Chief Thor Ronningeii, with tl1e aid of senior l1lCIlllJO1'S, who also helped during tire drills, ran several air raid prac- tice drills. A e0111plieated system of buzzers Zlllfl hells, served as a warning. 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AN1J1'111S111N, 111111111A: 11.11. 1-2-31: 111r1s1 1111'11 1111111 1-2: 1.11-p 1j1111P 2-233 M1x1111 1'1111r11s 2-31 . . . ARN111119. S11111I1F.1AN: H1-Y 1-2-21 . . . 11A111+I11, M1A11111'l1.11A: 11.11. 1-2-3:1111-1s11111111'11111 1: 111'1'111'S1l'2l 1-2 . . . IEARNHS, 17A11111111'1N: 11.11. 1-2-31, 1-1111111111 3: 111r1s 1111111 1111111 1-2: S1111l11111 1'1111111'11 3: S111-r111:1ry 3: Spirit 2-3: S11111111' 3111111111 3: 11111111111111111 S111'1'01a1'y 1. D1'1'S1111'1l1 21: 1'1-11 1111111 2-I1: String' Trio 1-2-3 . . . 15.-11111, l11'IV1+11111Y: 11.11. 1-2-Z1 . . . 11AT111S, EVA: 11.11. 1-2-C3 . . . UAUSTIAN. 13A11l3A11A: 11.11. 1-2-21, 02111111111 3: 1111111111 1111111118 2-3. S111'1'1'1i11'y-11'1'2lS111'1J1' 3: 111'- 1'1111s1r11 1-2 . . . 111111112 KIGNYON: H1-Y 1-2-3: M1x1111 1111111'11S 3: Boys' 1111111 1111111 1-2 . . . ISICNIJIGI1, l"1.11YD: H1-Y 1-2-3: S1111111111 1'1111111-11 1-2. vi1-1- pr11s1111111t 2: I1111111111111111 v11'11 1J1'111l11111111 1: pr1-s11111111 2: Varsify 141111112111 2-3: Varsity 11:1ske111z1l1 LJ 13 IEICI111. 111'1'1"1'Y: 11.11. 1-2-11 , . . 11111,AND. KA'1'11111+111lN: 11.11. 1-2-21: 12I'2l11121111' 1111111 1-2-3: 111r1s1 1111-11 1111111 1 . . . l111l'11l'1ANlJ, MARIIG: 11.11. 2-31 1'r11111 11skz111111sz1 . . . I5111'11N1'I, 11l+111A1111: H1-Y 1-2-3: 11211111 1-2-3: 112111111 13211111 1: H111111111111111 Y11'1' 11r11si1111111 i1 . . . 11I11N'1'NA1111, JVSTINE: 11.11. 1-2-3, 111111111111 2: 111'2lIll21111' 1111111 2-31: Girls' 111111- 1111111 1: Spirit 1: H1111111111111111 111-tivity 1111'1'1'101' 1, se1'1'111:1ry 2: P1-p 1111111 1-2-21: v1111l11J1' 1'1uss Play . . . Twmzty 251, 111141121 BUCHANAN, JACK: Hi-Y 1-2-3, cabinet 2: Homerooni secretary 1 g viee president I 3 . . . RYRNES, IZETTY: fl.R. 1-2-3: Drainatie Club 1: fl. A. A. president 3 . . . CAINE, AL: Hi-Y 1-2-33 Honierooin vice president 3: Varsity football 2-3: Var- sity basketball 2-3 . . . CALVIN, MILDRED: CLR. 3: from Abilene, Texas . . CARLSON, MAY: UR. 1-2-3: Rand 2-Il. . . CARR, DONNA: Il.R. 1-2-3: Rand 1-2-3: Homerooin 'aetivity direetor 33 Or- chestra. 1-2-3 . . . CARTER, VIRGINIA: ILR. 1-2-3, cabinet 2, president 3: I'IUIll0l'O0lll viee president 1, seeretary 2: Pep Club 1-2-35 G.A.A. Couneil 2: Cllee Club I-2 . . . CARTY, ED: Hi-Y 1-2-3, secretary 2-3: Student Couneil 2, viee pres- ident 2: Senior Senate 33 Homeroom vice president 1, president 2: Senior Class president: Varsity football 2-3: Varsity Club viee president 3 . . . CHAMPLIN, BOD: Hi-Y 3: Varsity tootball3gfro1n Mason City . . . CLINE, JAMES: Hi-Y 1- Hoineroom seeretary 3: Varsity manager 1-2-3 . . . CRYSLER. EDVVIN: Hi-Y 2-3: from Corydon . . . CIIMRERLIN. MARION: Hi-Y 3, from Promise City, Iowa . . . DAVIS, K ENNETH: Hi-Y 1-2-3, eabinet 3: Home- room activity director 3 . . . DENNING, CECIL: from North Grant . . . DICKIN- SON. DALE: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . Twenty-one 1-2-35 Draniatickllub 25 Girls' Clee Club 25 Honieroorn activity director 25 Pep Club 35 Cub's Club 2 . . . DODDS, MARY: CLR. 1-2-3, cabinet 2, secretary 35 Drama- tic Club 1-35 Mixed Chorus 2-35 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Student Uouneil 15 Spirit 25 Senior Senate 35 Horneroom president 1: Senior Class secretaryg Pep Club 1-2-3, secretary 35 Junior Executive Council . . . DUNACAN, SHEILA: CR. 1-2-3, cabi- net 3: Drarnatie Club lg Mixed Chorus 35 Girls' Clee Club 1-25 Spirit 35 Cubs' Club 2 . . . EDENISYRN, BETTY: GR. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 15 Orchestra 1 . . . ICIQLIOT, HOMER: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Rand 1-2-35 vice president 35 Orchestra 1-2-3, libra- rian 2 . . , ERDMAN, ROSE: CR. 35 from Mason City, lowa . . . ETHINCTON, PAl'li: Hi-Y 2-35 Band 2-35 Dance Band 35 Varsity football 35 from Lenox, Iowa . . .FJARE5 f1ERTR1'DE: C.R. 1-2-3 . . . FJARE5 Jl7RlNE: f1.R. 1-2-3 . . . FOSTER, FRANCES: Band 1-2-3 . . . GAIQLICAN, JERRY: Hi-Y 1-2-3, vice pres- ident 1-25 president 3: Hand 1-25 Student Council 1-2, treasurer 25 Spirit 25 Home- roorn president 2 . . . CALVIN, JOE: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroonl vice president 2, activi- ty director 35 Varsity football 2 . . . GARFIELD, TED: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Student Coun- cil 3, president 35 Senior Senate 35 Homerooin vice president 1, president 35 Junior Class play . . . GENRICH, HOWARD: Hi-Y 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Boys' Clee Club 35 from Algona, Iowa . . . Twenty-two CILMAN, ANNE: G.R. 1-2-3, cabinet 35 Mixed Chorus 1: Girls' tllee Club 1-2: Orchestra 1-2-3, president 3: Spirit 2-3: Hoineroom secretary 1, activity director 2-3: Senior Senate 3g String' Trio 1-2-3 . . . CILSONN RUTH: OR. 1-2-3 . . . ORIFFEN, DON: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Honierooni activity director 3: Junior Executive Council . . . CRIMES, BETTY: GLR. 1-2-3: Homeroom secretary 3 . . . HAMILTON, DORIS: GR. 1-2-3: Debate Club 1-2-3: Girls' Glee Club 1-2 . . . HANSEL, PAT: GR. 1-2-3, cabinet 3: Spirit Honierooin activity director I, secretary 2: Pep Club 2-3 . . . HAMMOND, BILL: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Dramatic Club 1: Boys' Glee Club 2 . . . HARLAN, JOHN: Hi-Y 1-2-3, treasurer 2: Dramatic Club 1-23 Student Council 1: Spirit 2: Homeroom president 1: Junior Class play . . . HARTMAN, TED: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Dramatic Club 1-2: Student Council 3, vice pres- ident 3: Spirit 3: Senior Senate 3: Homeroom activity director 1, secretary 2: pres- ident 3: Junior Class play: Cubs' Club 2 . . . HERZBERG, DORIS: GR. 1-2-3 HOON, BERNADINE: C.R. 1-2-3, cabinet 3 . . . HOPPINS, HAROLD: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . ILLEMAN, DON: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Hoinerooni vice president 1, activity director 2. secretary-treasurer 3: Varsity tennis 2-3: Varsity basketball 3, captain 3 . . . JACKSON, BARBARA: C.R. 1-2-3, cabinet 3: Cirls' Cleo Club 1: Orchestra 1-2-3. seeretary-treasurer 3 . . . JONDALL, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Mixed Chorus 2-3: Boys, Glee Club 1-2-3, vice president 3 . . . AM , , ' ,A I I Twenty-three wphiwy- A f GR. I-2-3 . . . KEPHART, ELIZAISETH: GR. -2-3, cabinetqlg Girls Glee Club 2: Cheer Squad l-2-3: fl.A.A. secretary 2: Lib ary Club 1-2-3, president 2 . . . lilMlil+lR, JIM: Hi-Y l-2-3: Dramatic Club lg tudent Council l 1 Homeroom pres- ident lg activity director 2, vice president 3 . . . KNVTHS, IONH: G.R. 1-2-3: Girls' Clee Club l-2-3, librarian 2 . . . KUCH. ERMA: CR. 2-3: Mixed Chorus 3: from Polk City. Iowa . . . Kl'liOVV. VIRGINIA: CLR. l-2-3: cabinet 2: Dramatic Club l-2-3:Student Council 2: Home- room vice president 1, president 2: Pep Club 2-3, vice president 3: Junior Class play . . . KYl'il'l. JO ANNE: CR. l-2-33 Dramatic Club l: llibrary Club l-2-3 . . . l.AlWV1G, VELMA: CLR. 1-2-3: Draniatie Club l-25 Debate lg Senior Senate: Senior Class treasurer: liibrary Club 2-3 . . . LARSEN, EINAR: Hi-Y 1-2-3, cab- inet 3: Dramatic Club lg Honieroom activity director 2, secretary 3: Fire Squad 3-3... l.AlllilR, GLORIA: GR. 1-2-3, cabinet 2: Debate Club l: Mixed Chorus 1: Or- chestra l-2-3: Spirit editor 3: String Trio l-2-3 . . . LEVVIS. SHIRLEY: fl. R. l-2-3: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Cleo Club l-2 . . . LINDSTROM, ROSEMARY: GR. 1-2-3. cabinet 2: Spirit 3: Pep Club 1-2-3: Cubs' Club 1 . . . McCl.EllliAND, JEAN: GR. l-2-3, cabinet 35 Dramatic Club I-2-3: Student Council 2, treasurer 2: Spirit 2-3 , , , McCOY, BHTTE JEAN: GR. 1-2-33 Dramatic Club lg Girls' Glee Club l-2-3 . . . Twenty-foiw' of X11 If WJrl".l Wifi M W MeCl1A1N. l2RL'CIi:Hi-Y1-2-3:StudenL Couneil 2: Senior Senate: llonierooin f.,--" president 2: Senior Class viee president z Varsity football 2-3: Varsity traeli 1-2-Cl: , Y A 1 if r,-.1 Varsity Club president 3 . . .MeDCNAl.D, JEAN: CR. 1-2-3, cabinet 3: Orehest ra , " r ,,-ff' 0,-f 1-2-3, viee president 3: Spirit 3: Hoinerooni seeretary 2: Junior Class sec-retary:v f' , 'LM Library 3: Pep Club 3: Junior lixeeutive Couneil . . . Mt-ITONALIJ, lllARfll'1RYS ,VV aw 'V CR-. 1-2-3 . . . lllel4ll.H1NNl'lY, Hl4llil'lN: CH. 1-2-3, cabinet 3: Dramatic Club V,4f"f ' " - i- '.,. ,.-,J.- ,.., gi A i .' 3. w, Y 2-:T '. U Honniooin attlxity 111111101 -3 smcretaly 3:1 .h.X.10l1lll1l 3,1epllub 1, pus V ' 1. 'OLE ident 3 . . . Met? EH, JACK: Hi-Y 1-L-Z3 . . . . ' . Mat-l1CNAl.D. RUTH: CR. 1-2-3, president 23: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Clee Club Krvu 1-2: Student Couneil 2: Homerooin secretary 1. president 2: Pep Club 2-3: Il.A.A. V,-ff! oh, 2 . . . lil.-XAICIGSTAIJ, HOU: Hi-Y I-2-3. Orchestra I-2-3, librarian 3: Danee lland 3 M .. .1NlAAKl4lSTAD.LCREN:Hi-Y 2-3: Mixed Choi-us 2-3: lloys' lilee Club 2-3, i !,.- ' president 3: Dane-e lland 3: 1'10lll9l'00I11 activity direetor 2: from Lake Mills. Iowa, Af.,-1' . . . MARE, BCH: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . MADDIHAN. l1I:I'l'TY: GR. 1-2-53: Dramatic Agfa! Y- ' Y , , , , ,- Lflub 1, Dnbatb 1 . . . V ef, MAIICNE, lillili: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Boys' Clee Club 1: lland l-2-3, Viee president 2, president 3: Hoinerooin activity director 2: Crehestra 1-2-3: Dance Band 1-2: Var- sity traeli 1-2-3: Varsity football 3 . . . MANHY, TOM: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Spirit 2: Varsity traelc 1-2-3: Junior Class play . . . MANNINC, VIRGINIA: CR. 1-2-3: eabinet 3: tilirls' Ctlee Club 1-2-3: Mixed Chorus 1-2 . . . MARTIN, DOROTHY: 41.11. 1-2-3: Draniatie Club 1-2: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Clee Club 1-2-3: Hotne- rooni viee president 2 . . . MATSON, DUNNA: CR. 1-2-3: Dramatic Club 1: Girls, Clee Club 1: Honierooni aetivitv flireetor 1: seeretarv 2: Pe Club 2-3 . . . , . , P Tivmzty-fire by MATTERS, KENNETH: H1 Y 2-3, from Gilbert, Iowa . . . MERRILL, D. JEAN: HR. l-2-13. rzibinet 3: Ore estra I-2-3, secretary-trezlsurer 2 . . . MITCHELL, I'AI'L: Hi-Y l-2-3, treasurer 3 . . . MOORE, BETTY: CLR. Ig Drznnatic Club Ig lland 3 . . . MORRISON. HAROLD: Hi-Y I-2-3 . . . MOYER, DON: Hi-Y 1-2-3, cabinet 3, Orchestra 2: Spirit 2-23, Hoinerooni :ic-tivity till't'l'IOl' 2 . . . MCLLEN, KATHRYN: CLR. I-2-3 . . . NELSON, UELHERT: Hi-Y l-2-3 . . . NICHOLS, HELEN: CR. I-2-3: Drziniatie Club 1: Girls' Cleo Club l-2 . . . NICHOLSON, TOM: Hi-Y 2-35 from Mount Pleasant, Iowa . . . NVTTY, JEAN: CR. I-2-3: liirznnzitic Club 1-2: Cheer Squad 3, Library Club l-2-3 . . . NVTTY, JOHN: Hi-Y I-2-3, Student Council 3, president 3: Senior Sen- ate: Homeroom Vive president 2, president 3 . . . QVDONNELL, PATTY: CLR. I-2- 3, cabinet 3: Drznnaitic Club 1: Mixed Chorus I-2-3, librarian 3: Girls, Cleo Club l-2 . . . OSIEORLNE, MARCE: C.R. I-2-3,Drz1n1atie Club I . . . OTTO, VVENDELINE: HR. l-2-3: Mixed Chorus 2-3: Girls' Cleo Club I-2: moved to St. Paul . . . Cl'wenty-six Il X'l"l'l'lRSUN, IZICTTY: fill. l-2-31 Girls' 11100 Club 1-2 . . . l'Al'li. NA111Nl'1:l1.R. 1 7-31 Girls' Ulm- Club 1-2 . . . l'Al'l.SON. ARDIS: 41.11. 1-2-3: lJ1'2lIll2ll1l'illl1ll1-21 nal 1-2-3. si-c-i'c-Tary-Treasurer 21 Honioroom sei-rotary 31 Ori-livstra 2-23 . . .l'l'lCK, IWURUTHY: HR. 1-2-3 . . . PPITHRSON, 13013: Hi-Y 1-2-31 Hand I: Ori-liostra 1: Stumlvnt Counril lg Honioroom president 1 Junior Class pri-siclvntg Junior l'1xm'u-- 'ci Council . . . IUR'l'l'IR, DUROTHY: CLR. 1-2-3, cabinet 21 Mixoml Chorus 1-2-31 Girls' film- Club 1 2: ll0ll101'00Il1 aviivify mlirvrlor 31 Pop Club 1-3 . . . PUTICIC, Mlli'l'0N: Hi-Y 1- 3, 4-abinvt 31 DI'211ll2111l' Club 1-2-31 Slumli-nt Counril 21 Hoinorooin prosiiloni 21 Iunior Class Play . . . PRICE, ll1+1'l"l'Y: H. R. 1-2-31 Girls, file-o Club 1-21 llanil 12-3: Urcliost ra I-2 . . . PRIDE, POLLY: HR. 1-2-3. vabinot 21 Honivrooni vivo 171081110111 1, socrotary 311 Pop Club 2-31 Spirit 2-3: Draiuaiir Club 1-2-231 Ui-vluistra 1 lg Junior Class Play . . . l'l'liH. C.-XRRUIL: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . 4 IXIJIC. MARGIIG: 11.11. 1-2-3 . . . QVIST. MARGARET: HR. 1-2-3, rabinc-I 3: xc-il Chorus Zig Girls' lllvo Club 1-2-3. sx-cfrvtary 2: Spirit 2-31 l'I0llll'1'00lll vivo lsidi-nt 1: Junior Class vivo P1'0S1ll011lQ Pop Club 1-2-3: Cubs' Club 1: Junior of-illiw Counvil . . . R.XfiiSl7Al.l41. 1l.l1lCNl41: HR. 1-2-33 Library Club 1 . . . RIIMBULIJ, YV1l1li1AlNl: Hi-Y 31 lil'0lll Slrawborry Point . . . RINGS. lilil'1N: Ili-Y 1 2-331 Slllil0111 Council 31 Sonior Sonateg Home-rooin secrotary 2, pwsimloiit' 3: Jun- ioi lflxevutivo Counvilg Varsity rnanager 1-2-3 . . . +L . , i iw- , Twenty-seven ff' 'W' M WV nf' 1. -5 I F. tj , o fly!! As It ,o M' W vw- 'T .7 ..- ROIEERC, IJ.-XRIiENl+' Junior l+lxc-vutivv C FRANCES: HR. 1-2-3 Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . RONNINGEN Student Council 1 Hi-Y 1-2-35 Dobatv Club 3' B1 1-2: Junior Class Trcasurer5 Cenvral Traasurcr . . . ROIRHRG, Club 1-2 . . .R011ERC, FRED: lativ Club 1 5 Debate Club 15 Svnior Sonata . . . ROSS. BRUCE: ra 1 5 Hornvrooni vice prvsident 3 . . . ROTHACKER, M ARY: CR. 1-2-3, treasurer 3: llramatic Club 15 Cirls' Glce Club 1-2-3, president 35 Senior Senate5 Homerooni activity director 25 Pep Club 3 . . . SHIPP, ARCHIIC LCV: CR. 1-2-35 Mixed, Chorus 35 Girls' Claw Club 1-2-3 . . . SCI-ILICK. BUD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Svnior Sonata-5 Horne-rooni pri-side-nt 1 5 vice president 2, activity dirovtor 35 Varsity tennis 2 . . . Sll,l.S, lll+IRNICl'I: Hi-Y 1-2-35 lianel 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-3 , . . SILLS, VIRGINIA: tl. R. 1-2-3 . . . SOMA, MILTON: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Mixf-d Chorus 35 lloys' Clee Club 1-2 . . . SMITH, CHARLIGNE: GR. 1-2-35 Mixvd Chorus 35 Girls, illre Club 1-25 Choc-r Squad 3 . . . SMITH, MARY: CR. I-2-3, cabinet 35 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Student Council 1 5 Spirit 35 Honn-room prosiclent 15 Cubs, Club 1 . . . SURICGIIAN, FRANK: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Studont Council 25 Honieroom prusident 25 Varsity football 35 S4-nior Sen-- ato . . . STEPHENSON, JAMES: Hi-Y 2-35 from Algona Tmfmty-eight cf' V. l 1 , 4 STOKKA, DI' VVAYNE: I-Ii-Y 1-2-3 . . . SYTHERLAND, JIM: Hi-Y 2-3: Homerooni secretary 2: Varsity football 2-3: Varsity basketball from Mason City . . . SXNARTZ, DIIANE: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . THOMAS, CATHRYN: G.R. I-2-3: Girls' Glce Club 1 . . . THOMAS, MARY: G.R. 1-2-3: l,l'21Il12lll0 Club 1: 'Rand 3: Orchestra 2-3: Homeroom activity director 1 . . . THOMPSON, IZARIZARA: G.R. 1-2-3 . . . THORNTON, CLURA: G.R. 1-2-3: Drama- tic Club 1-2: Mixed Chorus 3: Girls' Glen- Club 1-2-3: Hoinerooni vice president 2 . . . TOVVN, VIRGINIA: G.R. I-2-3: Dramatic Club 1: Library Club 2-3, vice pres- ident 3 . . . TURNER, ANN: G.R. I-2-3: Dramatic Club I-2-3: Girls Glee Club 1-2: Junior Class Play . . . VANCE, PAUL: Hi-Y 1-2-3, cabinet 3: Dramatic Club 2-3: Boys' Glee Club 1-2: Rand 1-2-3: Student Council 1: Spirit 3: Homerooln pres- ident 1: Junior Executive Council: Varsity football 2: Junior Class Play . VERNON, ANNAIASELLE: G.R. 1-2-3: Junior Class Play: Dramatic Club 1-2-3: Cubs' Club 1-2 . . . VOGT. MARGURETTE: G.R. 1-2-3 . . . WALKER, MARY: G.R. 1-2-3: Dramatic Club 2: Homeroom secretary 1, viee president 3: Pep Club 3 . . . VVAIITON, DAVID: I-Ii-Y 1-2-3: Band 1-2: Orchestra I: Varsity football 2-3: Track 2-3 . . . VVALTON, NORMA: G.R. 1-2-3, cabinet 3: Student Council 3: treas- urer 3: Senior Senate: Hoineroom secretary 1. vice president 2, president 3: liibrary Club 1-2-3, president 3: Pep Club 3 . . . YY. ,. I .VI ' Twenty-n in Th VV141S'1'l'U'1', MARY JEAN: 11.111, 35 Mixed f11nl01'11S 35 110111 1.i11111111 . . . VVHIT- A111111 -11'1ANN141: 11.11. 1-2-3 . . . WILLIAMS. BETTY: 11.11. 2-35 1UI'01I1 U:11iE01'11ia . . . W01119, JANE: 11.11. 1-2-35 D1'a111a1ic Club 1-25 I'IOI1161'001lI avtivity 1111111110 V. 2 . . . WOOD. I11l'1'11: 11.11. 1-2-35 D1':1111:11ic Club 25 Girls' 1111111 Club 1 . . . YIGUMANS, DUN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Boys, G1116 Club 15 11211111 1-2: U1-1-1111s11'a 2 . . YUITNH. NURMA: 11.12. 1-2-3, 111111111111 35 Girls' 111011 Club 1-2-23, lib1'a11i:111 35 Stu 1111111 1101111011 25 Spirif 35 Senior Senatcg H0111e1100111 p1'11si1l11111 2, s11c1'111:11'y 15 G. .1.,'1. 1,1U111l1'1l 35 1'11p Club 3, 11'621S1I1q01a 35 C'ubs1 Ulub 1 . . . HAL11. MARY ELIZA- 1S1'1'1'11: 11.12. 31: f1'OI11 Iowa 1+'z1l1s . . . VOX, 11111: 111-Y 1-2-35 Boys' 1111111 Club 1 . . . FJA1111, LIAPYID: 111-Y 1-2-31 111111J1'111, 11UVVARD: Hi-Y 1-2-3 1H'S'l',X1f'S11N, JANE: 11.11. 1-2-35 D111mz11i11 Club 1 . . . LINT, KICNNETII: 111-Y 1-2-3 . . . ROISIGRTSON, 1D'1+1AN1'1: 111-Y 1-2-C15 111-11111111111 1'lub 1-25 131111110 11211111 35 Student 1101111011 23 110m111'00m p1esi1111111 1g Sf'1l10l' 8111111111 . . . HAT 11115111 when "Gil," 1021111111 wi111 bugs, 11:11 b0X11s, 111111 11111 i1111vi1z1b111 111011115 11111 HDI' 1Vz1s11111g1011, D.1'., 11111111 wz1s11'1 21 s1u1111111 i11 A11111s I1ig11 W110 11i1l11'1 11l11l1i s1111 l'0111111l,17 win. '1'1111y 1li1111'1 base 1111111 1-011111111111-11 111111111y 1111 111111 1ll111l0I'0l1S 111351111 1-1111s, bu1 10 21 g'I'Oi11CP 11111111111 011 11Q1' Wi1111i11g' 1J01'SOI12l111y, w11i1111 i11- 1-lu1l11s 2111 i11f11111i0us giggle 111111 a 1111111151 s1111111, 111111 1101 v111sz11i1i1y, Wl1i1-11 111z1k11s 11111 1111 z111is1, El vi0li11is1, a1111 1111 1-111101 of 110113. irty 'A'Sun Valley swe'z1tm's in thvit' prime. irllezllly swing it, boys -kI,ook what Santa hrougllt. 'A' Gfzorl tu the last drop. 't"l'wus the night before Fl11'ist111z1s." at How's the IllllSlC? t With lots nt' fllclgv, plvase. tilerty and Ozzie take in :1 show with Cnttrill taking the tickvts, 'KJQ-lilll :tml BEll'bIll'2l tune up. Tlzirtu-one AVING t'UI11lJi0i'0li their see- - ond year in ai high school at war, The ,juniors look forward to their clehuf as full-fledged, worldly- wise seniors. 'l'heir first 1-hiss eleefion resulted in The nauning of Frunees O'Nei1 as presirlenf, Fred lioslin as Vice- presiflenf, and Mary Jean Oiopalik :is S0i'l'0iill'Y, while The tI'l'2lSllFOI' was Jzunes XVellhouse. In addifioil fo These offif-ers, ilH11l0l'O0lllS sent BLUEPRI .XA -kJuni01' class ti'easui'ei' Wellhouse niust have been caught embezzel' ing funds. Roh Sehory, Paul Sills, and Owen Shadle as relweseiifaiives to the Junior Exec-ufive Council. Ulass sponsors were Miss Ilelen Holi and Miss Florenee Adolph, W h o guided the 195 students through an eventful year. Advanee puhlieity announced ihai The elass play, to he presenfeil on Mzireh 19, would he il 'three- uet eonierly entitled L'The Uliurni Sf-hoolf' Intensive Tie-kef-selling Toi- Row: Goslin, P. ' S i 1 l s, Wellhousv. 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Qi o " ' " ' DOT I-IAN GER CAME TG AMES Tor Row: Brouhard, Bush, K, Busby, B. Bates, Breckenridge, Barrie, Brandner Slceown Row: B. Books, Biester, V. Busby, Behling, Becker, Adams, Bechtel, Aaberg, Black Borroii Row: L. Books, Aikman, Anfenson, Boyer, R. Bourland, D. Allen, Ackland Tor Row: E. Cox, Conroy, Cook, B. Clarke, J. Clark, Cooper, B. Chase Slceomr Row: Coe, H. Clark, A. Cole, S. Clark, N. Clapp, N, Cole, Coover, J. Cleverly, Campbell Bo'r'roM Row: Cody, Mildred Cox, E. Chase, E. Clapp, Cowden, Clemens, Caltvedt It seems that juniors have a little trouble acljusiing themselves fo Englisli. lVe'd like io know that bright student who never realized Thirfy-fem' it was American literature ho'cl been studying' all lirsf semester. Perhaps his viewpoint was shared by several of his elassniates. FROM HQLLYWOQD, CALIF. Don Dixson was oxpluiiiiiig his "Oh, no." said Miss lloli. "It iclozi of how To "sniff" tho ballot in l'2lll,i bv flono That way." il voting 1l12ll'illl1O in 1Xll1t'l'll'2lll his- "I 8111513080 j'0ll,VU lrivcl if?" 'fo1',V4-lass onv clay. t'1'2li'iiULi Don. Toi' Row: Ezistor, Finnie, Dowd, K. L. Davis, P. Davis, Dixson, G, Dixon, Darlington Sxcvoxo Row: Fletclier, Diehl, Dzul,-xlierty, Dooley, Lziura Decker, Dunlap, Dahl. 1'w'l'2lZil'l', Damn Bo'r'l'oM Row: L, Erickson, Erlwards, H. IC1'cln1an, M. Forsyth, Fitz, Dyas. Loretta Declwi' Tor- Row: J, Holmes, Hilzincl, Gillputrick, B, Hocluiiun. Gilkoy, J. S. Hull, Hoff Sicvoxn Row: Goslin, Haugen, R. Johnson, Hutchins, L. Gilson, Hzxrflstud, Howie, J. F. Hall, F. Holler, Ed Gibb B0'I"l'UM Row : Hanger Jones, Galloway, J. Jackson, Grant, Hart. Jacob, Jvbonsvk '. . ,f Q Q -if Thirty-five r ' of 04-0 , LL Xl rlm All V1 IRVI G SPRATT PQRTRAYS April Ffml ,iulivs arc- smiwtiiiio-+ licr 4li1SlllllQj ruff To sm-lionl uf oiglii liuiiiiy, but Marilyn M1-Guirv alifl11'i ifmflovlq April l. Of 1-uiirsv Mzirilyii vxzwfly alppiw-izifv This typv olf likvs sm-liuol, but ziffvi' alll. illOl'0,S ai liumur wlivii El sri-zllivzul 1-lurk som' liiiiif. Tor Huw: Lint, Lzuiglumi, Mayo, Lcoiuis, Lorch, lVIcClintoc'k, NICCOVIIILICK Sicmxn Huw: I.z1ii,:v, J, lN12l11l1SClll'9Ck, K39St119l',llICGl1ll'9, Muitlziiirl, Iilllgliilflfl l3o'r'i'ml Row: E. Keigley, Imin, Keith, Latlierow, N, Mzmnsclireck. Meacls, Mc-Kiuley 'Fur Row: R, Myvrs, Pollwiuus, J. Morrison, J. Morris, D. Nichols, Pilhcvtt, Ellurd Miller Sicroxir Row: Nowlin, Ed Miller, E, Moore, T. M.M00re, W. Olson, Ovvrlancl, Newliouse, Kurtz I3u'l"1'ml Row: Y, Nic-hols, Alice Miller, M. Myers,F. Paine, Otopalik, O'N9il, M. Morris 'l'lri1'iy-sir iii Erik TITLE ROLE QE ABE LINCQL living short mhws IIIIVU ifs lll'2lW- 111111 zlskml, "lJ1111'T you l1z1v11 il Sllfblwf- 11111-ks. For illSJfill11'l' WI11111 Mary 1-1' sim- ?" Al.V4'l'S was Trying 1111 21 dross 11111- "N11,I'111so1'1'y, I lltbllqffq 11111111141 llilj' 111 El lm-211 A11111s OllllP0l'i1lll1 shv H111 vlm-1'k, lll'llbfllH'V, "l111Ty1111 111ig'l1f Told TI11' 1'l111'li H1111 if was Too 1111111 Try H111 1-ullzlr 1l011z11'T1111111T." T011 Row: Sj111'son, Shadlv, Spratt, Sf'l1111'y, Spivey, Quaifv, Ri1'hz11'dsm1 S1-11-uxn Row: Si111pso11, Rlmudes, Rood, R9filill22,,P, Sills. Ri0l1te1', Svvold, Ritis Bo'1"1'11tx1 Row: Rude, B. S111itl1, Ski11n01', Roberts, SClll'Pib9I', Rozeboom, Sass 'Fm' Row: Weiser, WQlll1o11s9, Wz11'1'v11, Wzwtjey J.TildPn, Slltf,9l', Wvssvl S1431-oxlv Row: A. Wolf, H, '1'l1111'I11011d, D011 Walton. D0l'0Il1y Tl10111z1s1111, Sllllllll8l'S, J. WiP1's1111 F1mx'1' Row: V. Wiorson, M. S11t,l1e1'la111l, L. NVill1Ql1!l, Webb, Westervelt, M. Wall, Switzer 'l'lri1'f11-sc'1'un do ,SVA M453 JIM BUCK PLAYS GUARD 0 Tor Row: D. Arrasmith, R. Bourne, Angle, Ballard, Valois Alderman, Brahms, Brooker Slcroxn Row: Abbott, Beam, Anton, M. Bowers, Behm, Amme, B. Anderson, M. Allen, Berry Bo'r'roM Row: Atanasoff, C. Arnold, E. Anderson,Verda Alderman, Brown, Bond, H. Barnes Tor Row: Corbin, P. Dietz, Chappell, Buck, Cottrill, Cupps, DeVore SICUONII Row: Comstock, S. Dietz, Christensen, D. Decker, R. Carlson, Disbrowe, Clem, Burneson H. Davis, H. Cleverly Bo'r'roM Row: Dailey, Connolly, M. Byrnes, R. Cox, D. Burdick, Dawson, Mary Cox During' tho fourth period world history class 21 discussion was being i'Zll'I'lQll on about Bartholoniew Diaz. lVhen asked why he had not Thirty-eight pushed on to India instead of incre- ly 1'0lllldll1g'Jfil6 Cape of Good Hope Bob Stephenson brilliantly answer- ed, N.BQi'2lllS0 he only had nn HA' card. " VARSITY BASKETB LL SQUAD xx!- 'S , M - - I -TV. - I UV Toi' Row: Earnest, Finchani, D, Garfield, Jerry Galvin, C. Genanx, B. Elliot, Graves Slceoxn Row: L, Gustafson, Flogstad, J. Elliot, L. Gibbs, E. Gibbs, Ferguson, Gerdes Borrmi Row: Graff, A. Genaux, Fisher, Ellsworth, Gilbert, Edgar, Finnegan Tor Row: Hausrath, Kelley, B. Hendrickson, M. Jones, Harvey, Hixon, Holl Slcvoxn Row: M. Kellogg, Hagen, Johnston, E. Hendrickson, Klein, N, Kiniler, B, Jones, Kineheloe Borrou Row: V. Johnson, Keller, P. Hoekinan, Holbert, Ruth Knuths, L. Holler, Hohenshell llziclisli El lunge box whit-li 2llllll'2ll'l'll to hold ai lzlrge present. Miss llzul- isli, thrilled at the prospeet olf il lovely gift, openecl it only to tinil :incl Roger Roberg, brought Miss within El very snlzill rubber tire. Two of our liriglit and shining soplioniores really go in for pre- sents for the tezielier in ai big way. 'l'l1e two nientionefl, llnrolfl lVzxll '1'11irty-nine ' 'H.rYK4, .2-o-'my I ROSEMARYP DY PERFQRMS rigs Tor Row: S. Mitchell. L. Mitchell, Lechner, A. Martin, Bob McCoy, Bill Merrill, J. Larson Si-tvoxn Row: V. Larson, LaVelle, C. Mitchell, Mc-Kee, Mason, McKelvey, McClure, Mellauglilin B0'l"l'UNl Row: Mallory, Marvin, Lynne, Alyce Miller, McC0lly, M. McClelland, Lidell Ton' How: Plzitt, R. Roherg, Powell, D. Moore, Raver, D. Price, D. Morris. Slcwoxn Row: D, Peterson, Billy Price, Pickell, M. Riggs, B. Morrison. Patten, C. Olson, Moody, P. Porter, B. Reichardt, D. Nelsen Utl'l"l'UIXI Row: Rodgers, E. Reichardt, Parker, B.Il2l,ZSd2ll9, Morrissey, Ohlsen, Ramsey Nilllvlilll' l"ishe1', when giving' ly on the part, "Give me lilmeitv oi' l':1trivk llenry's aulflress. was told give nie 4i0iliil.H Upon Nlllllllg' to by Mr. Smith to put at great clezil this pliruse, she shouted, "Give ine ol' l'llllPililSlSUl1 the speech. especial- elim-olzite or give me Yainillzi Y" I"0I'f,Il ,ily J' p KX, iq, ,gf llltylxfi ity ll: -E3 X if ii ,W f 'M . rt-ll , x .ol , , 'i 'NF i .4 ii T4 154 xgdgpvfs 1, DEBWPTT WZXTERLQQ "' 4 MMM!! A lllfj rx K Toi- Row: Sundall, Stoaks, B. Stephenson, Sjolander, Sampson, Stoops, David Sills SICFONII Row: Shl'iV91', Schneider, R. Stewart, SDl1l'l'iGl', Starbuck, V. Thomas, Swank, Dwight Sills, Soversike Bovrmi Row: H. Torronos, O. Stewart, P. Schwartz, Sliearor, L. Thomas, A. Shockloy, Strain Ton' Row: Van Voorhis, Bill Valline, H. Wall, B. Tilden, A. Zoellnor, D. Thomason, Wymox-9, Willis Slcvoxn Row: Teigland, P. Thompson, W'ooda1'd,F. Thurmond, Vifquain, P, Thompson, Julia Whit- acre, A. Williams, D. Williams. T. Terrones Bo'r'roM Row: Ullestead, Wantz, VVilkin,s, Whitley In tho Biology tcst unc clay ap- pwxiwd a quvstion asking what pro- tozoa wore. A l'l'1'f2lill brainy sopho- niorc, not knowing' that thoy wore ,Barbara Vallino, M. J. Thompson, Zea aiiinials whoso holly 1-onsists of il singlc voll, gavc this hrigllt zlliswvr: Protozoa grow on tra-vs and ripcn in tho fall. f',0I'f4Il-0110 .1 ff , WRGUGI-1 SKETC1-1 . 4,1 V14 1 7f' Wf51 1l'1.11oking for s0111111l1111g. Y ' Mary Jean? 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Also a slight niatter of rising prices had to be overcoine by in- creased sales and advertising, pl11s a few short cuts, or there Wouldn't have been enough nioney to pay the debts. lVitl1 the sales total mount- ing' to over a l111ndred copies more than had ever been sold before, Zllld with an increase in advertising, the staff under the direction of Polly Pride, decided to forge ahead. Forty-four 'kVance writes about athletics. -lr Intelligence reigns when Meg and Sheila proofread, -kReading books helps to take good pictures, or so they say. ir Mike records girls' athletic achievements. Chief Architect Pride released her position to Gloria Lauer, when sl1e nioved to Miami Beach, Florida. to be with her father, who was sta- tioned there. ttGil," not to be out- done in seeing the country, vvo11 a trip to VV?lSlllllgt0l1, DU., just be- fore the book went to press. But as she ttbrouglit l1on1e the bacon," tl1e staff didn't bawl her o11t, for who Wo11ld in these days of nieat ration- ingt? 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No, these remarks weren't heard in the girls powder room before a dance, but are typical of those which can be heard issuing from room 234 any fourth period, when the journalism staff meets to work on the school 's weekly paper. Any senior student who li a s maintained a "B" average in jun- ior English may take journalism, a one semester course. Besides edit- ing the Ames High Wfeekly VVeb, the elass attempts to learn the fun- damentals of news writing, inter- viewing, and writing f e a t u r e stories. Fourth period every Friday, the oifiee staff is snowed under with passes from hurried Cor harriedl journalists, headed for the typing room. In a frantic attempt to meet the coming deadline, the writers pore over their scribbled notes, and a deep CDD silence settles over the room, as a masterpiece slowly creeps forth from the brain of the startled journalist. Bruce HSCl10l2l1'H Ross made a big name for himself by compiling a "Handy-Quick Information Con-- tainer" Qcheek onel consisting of only sixteen questions forthe young men of Ames High to aid them in quickly iilling out their future questionaires. Under the name of "Lorie, The Gerry," t'Clark Kentf' and others Bruce success- fully exposed the personal affairs of the school to the public, and es- caped with only a few bruises in the process. If a staff member is lucky enough to have a iirst or second period study hall on Wlednesday morning, he is allowed to spend that time at the Tribune office, helping to set up the page, and do proof-reading. Cream-puffs from the near-by bakery and eokes from the coke machine helped keep the Weary Forty-sim t Meg looks well in stripes. ir Concentrationkrwj XXX , df" CDPIES Tor Row: Starbuck, Mason, McGuire, R. Walker, Simpson, S. Clark, Adams, V. Larson, N. Clapp T1-mm Row: Billy Price, Hovde, Whitley, P. Thompson, McKee, Vifquain, Graff, C. Mitchell, Aikman, H. Clark Suzvoxn Row: Ritts, Lidell, Coover, Dahl, Rozeboom, B. Anderson, Johnston, Bond, H. Barnes, Summers Bo'r'roM Row: M. McClelland, M. Myers, Dyas, Skinner, Miss Nelson Edgar, Moody, E. Reinhardt, Alyce Miller workers from becoming too dis- couraged. During the first semester, the class was entertained at the home of Miss Luella Bird, the student teacher. From a trip to the Collegiate Press on the Iowa State College Campus, the class discovered that there is more to newspaper work than just writing. The second semester group spent a great deal of its time working on publicity stories for the Red Cross, which appeared with by-lines on the front page. The only banner headline of the year was used dur- ing the second semester, when the Web scooped the Tribune on the story about our Gloria Lauer winning the Westiliglioiise S2400 scholarship. Following in the footsteps of these more experienced wolves of the VVeb Staff, enterprising jour- nalists of the sophomore and junior class formed the Cubs' Club. At meetings called by their spon- sor, the mysteries of reporting news, writing feature stories, and putting a little spice into humor columns were explained. The climax of these meetings came between semesters when the Cubs put out their own issue of the Web. Helpful suggestions from the first semester staff were wel- comed by the inexperienced Cubs. Sponsor and censor for both groups was Miss Charlotte Nelson. Forty-seven 'A' Leads in Abe Lincoln. ISRAIIAM Lincoln W a 1 k e d again-this time in Ames Higlfs auditorium as the dramatic club presented Robert E. Sher-- wood 's Pulitzer prize winning play, "Abe Lincoln in Illinois " Novem- ber 20. This portrayal of the life of one of the countryls greatest statesmen tells of the years Lincoln spent as a Springiield lawyer until he left for Vllashington to be inaugurated as President of the United States. An explanation of Lincoln's views on slavery was put forth in one of the famous Lincoln-Douglas de- bates. A stirring plea by Lincoln for freedom, democracy, and union ended the play. Irving Spratt ably enactedthis role as Abe Lincoln, supportedhiby the excellent performance of the cast, including Kathleen Boland, Tom Maney, Annabelle Vernon, Milton Potee, Henry Clark, Bob Vliase, Jack Hiland, Bill Ritts, Fra n k Ferguson, Alice Miller, Bruce lVeiser, Daryl Nichols, Vir- gil Newhouse, Bob Hendrickson, 7 Foriy-eiglz.t GREASE Eric Sjolander, Ellard Miller, John Wvillis, and Stefan Mengelberg, under the direction of sponsor L. Wlayne Smith. An outstanding feature of the fall dramatic club play was the continuity, consisting of recorded music and prose explaining the happenings between the scenes. Shirley Clark was the speaker. Anton Chekl1ov's comedy, "The Proposal," was presented over ARE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS Abc Lincoln . . IRv1NoSPR.x'r'r Mary Todol . K.XTIII.FIIfIN BOLAND Ninian Eclier1r1l.w . . Tom lllANEY Douglas . . . . 1-3015 CHASE Bowling Green . . JACK HILAND Elizabeth . . ANN.xRE1,l,E VERNON Josh Spceol . . . IIENKY CLARK Koirananglz ,... JOHN VVn,I.Is VIRGIL NEYVHOUSE Sfurroson alternate STEFAN lllI+INGEl,BICRG Major ..... Rim, AIERRILL Willie Lincoln . . . HILL RITTS Tod Lincoln . FRANK FERoUsoN Ifobcrt Lincoln Ro1sER'1' llICNDRICKSON ,lad . . . . DARY1, NICIIOIAS Phil . . . ERIC S.Jo1,,xN1m1f:!: f'rimmin . . BRVCE XVEISER flzc imziol .... AXIIICE AIILLICR IJ r. Barricl' . . ELLARD LIILLER Billy II crndon . . Mnxron Po'rEE SHIRLEY C'l..xRK in charge of continuity PAINTS AND BRUSI-IES radio station VVOI January 29, ancl in the high sehool assembly Febru- ary 19. Ably mastering the Rus- sian rlialeet were Kathleen Bolantl as Natalya Stepanovna, Milton Potee as Ivan Bassileviteh Loinov, and Toni Maney as Stepon Stop- anoviteh flhubukoo. The adventures and inishaps of a young auto salesman who sucltlen- ly inherited a girl's boarding sehool ereaterl niany amusing situations in the junior elass play, Hillllll fil12ll"111 School," presented March 19. The authors are Alice Duer Miller and Robert Milton. The feminine lead was taken by Mary Lou Dahl, playing opposite Druee Wleiser. Other ineinbers of the east were Jack Hilancl, Davicl Haugen, Bob Wessel, Virgil New- house, Henry Clark, Shirley Clark, S ICNIOR PLA Y f'AS'l' Emily Bro'n1'ii . li.X'l'Ill.l+Il'IN 'li0l,ANlD fllllIl'I0fflJ Hrmzfif ANNixnE1.1.l4: Vicimorg ,inane 131-mafif . J EAN lllCfll.l-Il.l..XND .llarllm . . l'll.lZA1!E'l'll KlCl'HAR'l' Tulnby .... Mun' 'l'HoM.xs If! r. 1'uf1'zff'L' 1gI'II7lHl . l'illl'ClC Ross Iirfmzrell Iirmziif . Mnxrox l,0'1'lCl'I fvl11'iSflIjl1l1'I' . . . P.x1'l. Vixen Fharlotte Fletcher, Marilyn For- syth, Marilyn McGuire, Martha Foover, Mary Myers, Anclriene Hovcle and Alice Miller. ttMoor I-Born," a play i11 live seenes by Don Totherok, was the choice for the senior class play. The Tor Row: H. Clark, Maney. Potee, Hi- land, Spratt, Wes- sel, Newhouse, B. Chase THIRD Row: Kulow, Dana, Adams, S. Clark, L. Gilson, Vernon, McGuire, McKinley, Hovde, E. Hendrickson, J. McClelland Sl-:voxn Row: Keig- ley, Dyas, Roberts Dahl, Cowden, Dodds, M. Smith, Brintnall, Boland, Fletcher Bo'1"roM Row: Schrei- ber, M. Mo r ris, Alice Miller, Boyer, Mr. Smith, For- syth, Galloway, L. Books, Turner Forty-nine -A' Watch your step, Bruce, sm-tti11g' is 111 El 11Zll'S0l12lg0 i11 York-- S1l1l"O, 111l1g1'12lllf1, in the year 1845. Ill 11ig111y c11'z1111z1tio scenes the play shows three years i11 the lives of the trugiv ,1il'Ol110S, three talent- ed sisters, Einily. flliarlotte 211111 A111111. and their clissolute brot11e1', 1'iI'21l1VV011, who has none of their 11z1tive genius. '1'11e clisvovery of El book of poems VV111l'1l they 1111111is11 111 the vain 11111111 Oflwllllllg'l1lO1I'111'O1'1lQI'1JQglI1S the play. lt ends with the tragic Fifi!! 1'11,X11M SVIIOU11 .11 11.11111 Igf'l'll1IS . . 1iRl'ClC W11:1s1t1: 1511.111 Iimwdolfc . MA111' 1,1111 111111. IIo111rf1wlol111s . . J.1o1i 1111,.1N11 Jim N1'111pL'i11.w . . 1,.XY117 ll.X1'111CN Tim S7:HlflL'1-718 . . 1lo1sVV1:ss1c1. Imrirl ,1Ic11'i11.wf,1y Y1111111. NI'lXN'll41l'S1'l llmrgr 1201111 . . 111cN1ev 1'1..1111i Miss 1111.111 . . . 111111111 cy 1'1,,g11i L1!i.vsf71l1'1'ix 1111.116 .1'1'1' 1 .11'o111E11 Sully 1301111 . M,11c11.x'N Folzsvru Jlzzrzfvl Douglzfy M111:11.x'N 1110111711111 EIlwISp1fI1'i11 . M.111'1'11.1 i'oovE11 Alzlr JI f1rcif11' . . . BIARY BIYERS 1111111111 Sifzfforri . ,XN111111cNE 11011111 Jludgr' 11701111 . . A1,11'1: M11.1,1:1: 11021111 of 1111111153 who 211101111115 to 11121110 21 sz11'1'i1i1'e for .BFHIIXVC11 in the form of 21 poein, giving' to 11i1n the z111t11ors11i11 of 4'1V11t11eri11g 1Ieig11ts.', The whole st1111e11t body enjoyed 211111 z111111'ec'iaTec1 these fine preseiita- tions of 1943. Tor Row: Ritts, J. Cleverly, Wil 1 is, Weiser, D. Nichols, Sjolander, B. Stephenson, S ll n- dz11l, Ferguson T1111111 Row: Abbott, A 1 y C e Miller, T. Terrones, S. Dietz, B. Hendrickson, B. Merrill, Daryl Thoniason, L. Hol- ler. Moody S IC 1' o N ll Row: E. Brown, Morrissey, Johnston, Mason, Hanger, Ohlsen, M. Finnegan, Hohen- 1 M. Byrnes Reiel1z11'rlt, B 0 ll fl, Starbuck, Lid el,l, C. Mitchell, Parker Bo'1"1'oM Row: Edgar, Allen, Mr. Smith. shell, A. Genaux, MIXED l-IARMQ SSICMISIAES, 00ll1'01'iS, par- ties-all W e ni together io niake a year full of niusieal 11101110- ries. for Those partieipatiiig i11 Mixed fll101'llS. Probably one of the finest Zlllil niost ouisfanding pro-1 jeefs aeeoniplislied by The ehorus was The series of f1l1ll1'Cll progranis given i11 the spriiig. Jnsi before flhristnias, ehorus gave the sehool a Yuletide air by spending' a period si11g'ing earols i11 The halls. All ehorus 11l0I11b0I'S looked for- ward 'ro the 1'0lllll0Il party which was held during' flllI'lSi1112lS vaea- tion. IJOFIIIOI'lll0l1ll30I'S were inviied 'fo this evening of fun and singing. In the spring' fhe niixed chorus also look part i11 the asseinbly given by the voeal deparfinents. Tor Row: A. Martin, Chappell Jondall, L. Maakestad, Wei- ser, Sutter, Shadle, Gilkey, Spicer, J. Mannschreck, B. Chase 1 For1c'r1i Row: M a Q D o n al d, Vifquain, J. Larson, Gen- rich, Arrasmitli, J. Wierson Opheim, Bell, Wymore, Coe. Frances Roberg, Sass 1 'l'1m111 Row: O'Donnell, Dahl, Aaberg, Quist, Lewis, Baus- Lian, McKelvey, Dunagan, Koch, Wilhelm, Westcot S1-:eoxn Row: D. Porter, M. Myers, D, Martin, Grant, Miss Bower, C. Smith, G. Anderson, D. Jones, L. Thomas B0'1"roM Row: Fisher, Berry Shipp, Thornton, Jacob r 'kShadle's versatile side. The influenee of fhe war was evideneed by the scarcity of boys o11 Fridayg fhis sifuafion arose when the adniiiiistraiion announeed 2111 inereased fenipo of boys' phy- sieal edueaiion whieh required elasses three times a week. Hel11i11,Q' To niake a sneeessfnl eho1'11s This year were Owen Shadle, presidenfg Mary Myers, viee pres- identg Barbara iI3ausfian, seere- faryg a11d Patty O'Donnell, libra- Fifty-one BLE DED TONES UNE are the days" spieecl the variety of lll0tlC1'll ideas cle- veloperl in Gi1'lsGlee Vluh this year. "Tl1e1'e'll he some t'll2lllQ,'0S lllilflllll eonlml be tl1e lllOl1lO Stlllg flue to the newly 2ll'l'2ll1g2,'0tl lll'0,Q'I'2lll1. 'll 11 0 irlea to have a group singing songs Tor Row: Harestarl, B. Anderson, N, Kinller, P, Thoinpson, McKee, McKelvey, Graff, C. Olson, Betty McCoy, LaVelle Timm Row: 0. Stewart, H, Barnes, M. Riggs. B. Morrison, Fletcher, Kaestner, D. Decker, NVhitley, Berry, Wood- ard, Dailey Slceoxo Row: P. Hock- nian, R. Knuths, Pickell, I., Klein. E. HPllfll'lCfliStJll, Gilbert, F. Tlllll'lll0llfl, Hovde, Finnegan, H. Ter- roncs ISO'I"l'0Nl Row: Shearer, E. Clanp, Pe-nna, P. Porter, Miss Bower. Rodgers, Connolly Forsyth, Galloway i ill 1 l"iff,11-two Tor Row: Frazier, D. Martin, Hanger, M. S u t h 9 1- land, Otopalik, Dunlap, Quist, Aaberg ll 1 11 ll Row: M. M y c 1' s, Aikman, Ackland, Christen- sen, Bond, Jacob, D. Joncs, 'l'horn- ton, I.. Thomas SICVONIP Row: Edgar, Fisher. Johnston, Westervelt, B e C h- tel, Wilhelm, Y. Nichols, Sass, Cody Bo'r'roM Row: M. Al- len, Coover, Mearls, Miss Bower, Young, Rot,hacker,b I, Knuths, Ma ll' ning ' . 1: ,P .'l . 0 f 'll' 1 5 . .. . .4 if oi tlll'lCl'l'0lll C'0ll1lll'lQS Wlfll 1 ,llc l1lQlllllCl'S i11 t'0Sl'llllll'S Ygcfllrdf eeivecl. Other el1a11g'o:5i11'll1o,6"rlce . . IU - . t'lul1 this ycar 111cll1desl'axllpeeial p1'og11a111 in tl1q4,l4p?i'11g'!',of light . , . I . 11lllSlI', to 1'Clklil.C6.tPW il' ml Sllflllfl' . 5 ,f. Festival ofg1,1'1'tU sl, ears, and a 9 1,4 aj fy N V' , .If ll, I X 4'-4" .. ' RYTI-IMIC DESIG 11fI2ll1l'1g'Ell 111101115 of 111111011 v1111:0s. 'l'l111s0 girls 110l1v0r011 21 S1J11'1111211 l1I'02Q,'1'2l111 111 1l1Cl1' 11111111211 C1l1'1Stllli1S 11ss011111l1'. 'l'110 s1111 0111111111 11gl11 111111 1111011 1lZ11'11101lj' of 1l101r 11011111if11lly 11101111011 1'oi1'0s 111111 F9211 2111ll0S1Jl1C1'i,' 111 11111 s1111s1111. S11111ll gro1111s, so111- is1s111111 l11'2l111i111S1S111111011 Z1 0o111r11s1 111 11111 11811211 1J1'0g1'E1111. M11111' of 1110 0l11ss0s 1110110 11011111011 111 1ri11 211111 Slllilll group si11g111g. Ill 1l1is way 11111 girls l011r111111 11111 21111 of 111111111111g 111111 s111111111g. Giving 0X1'G1l0111 i11s11'1101i1111s 111 1110 f1l1lC1211110111ZllS of 111110, 1lHI'111011j', 11r111111111+i111i1111s, S1li1f11112, 111111 11111-- i11g 1v11s Miss 141111111 B11W0r, gif1011 V111-111 11111810 f111'01'10I'. 01:f1l?1'I'S of 11111 111111 s001io11s 11'0r11: siX1l1 110rio11 11l'6S1l1C1l1, Mary R111l1- H1fliC1' g V100 111'0Sl11Ql1'1, MHI'11lE1 11111111- cr: S0l'I'C1'il1'y, M11rj11r10 11110112 111111 T1111 Row: Canipbcll, VV01- s01', B. Hendrickson Sjurson, Cliappell, S111- ter, Hoff, Ballard S1-:1'11N11 Row: B1'Z1l1111S, R. Bourne, B111'1-10, Dowd Kelley, J. Wierson, G011- rich Bo'r'1'11M Row: Opheim, E Moore, Jondall, Miss Bower, Spicer, P0111 e- mus, Vance l11J1'2l1'111l1, Nor11111 Young. S01-111111 1101111111 111'QS1f1C1l1, Mary A. Riggsg 1'i01111r0si110111, 1Cliz1111111l1 11011111'i01:- s1111g SC1'I'C1211'y, Marilyn 11'111'sy111g 111111 li11r11ri1111, Mary F1'2l1l1'L'S 1V11i1- 1012 111111, vigor 111111 1f1111l11y 11' 0 1' 0 sl1o11'11 by 1110 boys gl00 011111 EIS 111111' 11l11s1011 f11r1l1 1110 S'111'I'll1g2,' 111111110s of 111111101111 1111111111110 s1111gs. R111i11g 11igl1 wi111 1110 boys 11'0r0 11111 11'0l1 1111111111 111111-1111 SOIIQS of 11111 Air C'11r11s, f'1111s1 1111211'i1, 111111 11121l'1ll0S. 11110 of 1110 l1igl1lig111s of 1110 1'011r was 1110 ElSSC1111J1y 111 111111011 2111 1110111 Q,'1'01111S 1111111 1111r1. T110 boys, 111111011 11111 i11s1r111:1io11 of Miss E111111 111111'- 0r, w0r0 1211152111 1110 11111 of 11i1'001i11g 21 l'll01'11S. Also, 11111011 of 1110ir 111110 11'11s 110111111111 111 81112111 group 111111 solo 11'ork, 111111011 111'111'011 v0ry 111111111110 111 1111 1ll0l1l11Q1'S. Fifty-three FLUTI G I+l1+lP.1NG i11 time with the cle- sig3,'11 of toflay, tl10 sale of War bonfls 211111 Slilllllw at t11e s11ri11g 11111111 211111 orr-liestra C0llt'0l'l' l'0l'tllVCll il 1l2l1'1l10ll101lS respoiise. 'lllie var! ioty llI'0g'l'2ll1l, f11z1t111'i11g' as soloists l3e1'11i1-11 Sills, Fl'0ll01l 1l0I'I1Q 13111 Nlilllllllll, C12l1'1llOlQ Mary OillllO1'll1C' lllc-Ulellaxnl, flute, 211111 O W Q11 Slmfllo, f'0l'lll'lQ was 1111180111041 o11 April 9tl1. Anotlier 1'o111'ert was given as an ZlSSt'lll1Jly IJPUQQYQIIII illlll tlie linal ap- pea1'a111-e was i11 the SIb1'lIlQ2,' at the 11211111 shell. 1111211111151 tlie officers was Bill 1111211101112 p1'esi11e11t. Also lll'0ll1lll01ll were llflllltll' Elliot, Vice-1111-si11e11tg Betty Gfillll, S04'l'Cl2l1'YQ lNlz1y11z1r11 Jones, l1'C2lSll1'01'f, 211111, of 1-ourse, Mr. Day. One ll11llt1l"0l1 titty 111-avy feoti trod tl1e football iielcl i11 the lll0l'll- ing' clarliiwss as lllZl1't'lllll,2' 11211111 re- l1ez11'se1l its i11t1'i1-ate lll2ll10llVQ1'S for tl1el1z1lt-ti111c e11joy111e11t ofthe foot- ball spectators at all the 1101110 g21111OS. A Sl1lill101' 0l'g1'Z1ll1Z2ltlO11, Pep lBz11111, was active during the winter. Tor Row: Hausrath, Arnold, Halden, Price, D. Maney Forirrir Row: J. Larson, Summers, M. Jones, Garrett, Elwell, Brandner, Sass, Wilhelm, Conroy, Holmes, R, Stewart, Cupps, Arrasmith, Raver T1111:11Row: Shadle, Sch11ltz, Puffett, De La Hunt, F. Cook, B. Moore, Cooper, G. Bourne, Hines, O. Stewart, B. Maakestad, Foster, Sjurson, Kingkade, Comstock S1:1'ox11 Row: Fulkurtz, Bechtel, Trigg, J. H0ff,Diehl, Van Voorhis, Finnie, Carlson, S. Day, J. Cook, Paulson, Ryan, Gould, T. Hoff, Biester Bo'1"roM Row: Betty Price, M. Bourland, Schreiber, Mr. Day, L. Holler, H. Elliott, Loon1is, Carr, Lowden, M. McClelland, Ritts, Clemens, Taylor, B. Sills Fifty-fozlr PASTELS LYRNING 11111111 111 1114111141, 4141114141111 411'4-1141s11'z1 1'2l1l111l'1'11 11141 11g'111, 1'1ly11l1l111' 1411111141 411 S4111111 1111141111411 141 11111114111 11141 411z1s11 411' f1'1411141s11111 111 11141 4Llgf111f1 N411g1111411' 1'411141y." Fl12l11ll'L'11 s411414'114111s 111 11111 Slbl'11lg' 11411'1411'111z11141c1 :11141 1l1g2Q1l S4-1141411 4-41114141111 w411'41 "11411411'41 111111114141" 113' 114111g'z1s 111141 "S41114111:1111 11l1'2l11'ilH 115' '1'1411-4-1. 1141111 11111411111 41411111'11111114111s 113' 11'11l' S4111111 A111411'14-1111 f1'1411141s. 111 1141411114111 141 111411'11111g 1'411141z11's- :11s. 11141 1112111 111: using' 1111141 1111l'11lQ S411141411 1141111's was 1111111114141 41111'111g1 11141 111's1 s41111c1S1411'. '1'1141 411-411141s11'z1. 114111414141 115' A111141 11111llElll, 111141s14141111g J41z111 M4-1J4111- Q1141. V14-41-111'41s14141111g 1111111111111 11114111- 51111, s11411'411z1111'-11'41z1s111'411': :11141 134111 B12l2l1i0S12111, 11111'z11'1:111. was 1111414111 11141 111114111 411 .1i11'1l2ll'11 1111.12 As 11141 114111s4111g'111s 4111111114141 :11141 11141 1'l1l'1211l1 11z11'14141, f1ll'1j'-fU111' 41y41s 11111114141 141wz11'41 11141 z1114111411'111111 s1z1g41 1:1'1b111 11141 41114-1141s11'z1 1111. '1'1141 11141111- 11411's 411 111412114111 41114-1141s11':1 w411'41 111141- S41111 141 g1v41 11111s141z11 1111411'1114141s 11411w414111 114-1s. '1'111s 1141411114111 141 11141 111'illll2l111' 111'41s41111z1114111s 1411141s il 111-41- f41ss14111z11 141114-11. B,14'1i Row: I,41o111is, J. Larson, S11n1111411's, R. Johnson, M. T110n1z1s, Raver, CZll'1' Tllllkll Row: M. Riggs, S. Ca1'te1', R. Stock, B. Cox, E. Chase, Cr1111s141ck, Kingkadv, B. Ma11k41s1114l, Shadle, Sjolander, Nc-1whouse, Ho1111es, B. Sills, Ethington, B1'andn411', M. Jones, RPy'11KJ1l1S, G111111, Go11ld S11:4'11x11 Row: D. Merrill, McKelvGy, E, Stock, Sutter, B1'41cke111'idg41, Marvin, M. McCle1l1z11141, Div-l1l, Paulson, B1'4111l1:11'd, Ma110H9, V. Busby, Wy111o1'c1, O1l1S9H, H. Barnes F1c41N'1' Row: B. Jackson, 112ll1Pl', We1Ste1'vel1, McDo11z1l41, M. M411'1'is, Gil111z111, J. Ja0ks4111 l+'iff11-fire IMPRESSIONISTIC 'lor Row: Sevohi, McCormack, Ross, B. Stephenson, Holl i' Resolved: That- Bo'r'roii Row: Moody, Rozebooni, Mason, Mr. Smith, S. Clark, Hamilton Switzer l'lC T0 wartiine eonditions the Debate eluh's prograni was greatly niodiiied this year with only one out-ot-town trip. As all prac- tiee tournainents with other schools were eliminated, the dehaters prac- tieed within their own group. Good experienee was gained in these de- hates hut sonie of the glainour of traveling was lost. 'l'he rather inexperienced team, however, arguing on the question "Resolved: That there should be a postwar world federationl' secured a rating of t'Good" in lVaterloo on February 26 and 27. Bruce Ross and Frank Ferguson, who took the negative, and Rosemary Moody and Fifty-six ' -A' Now where is Leniiigrad? Doris llainilton, who upheld the affirmative, were ehosen for the teani by L. llvayne Smith, eoaeh. During the first seniester the de- baters spent their ti111e outlining the negative and affirmative theo- ries for their speeehes, determining with whieh side they agreed, read- ing, eolleeting and iiling inaterials on their suhjeet and discussing eur- rent editorials in elass. Heated dis- eussions sonietiines even held in- terested nieinhers over into the noon-hour, an alniost unheard-of oeeurrenee at Aines High. Roseinary Moody was elected treasurer of the group for the eur- rent school year. REALISTIC Y LOOKING 111 1110 1111-1111101's 111 1110 1111108 11igl1 L11l1'il1'y' 11ll11J, 1110 11111110111 girls will 11111011111 1'lli1l1QQO 1110 11111 111011, 111111 1111 11111 11111111 1l1211i0S 21 g111111 11111'111'11111, 11111 11110 11211111101 w11i011 1-1111 110 C1I'21VV11 1101w0011 1110 1w11 is 111 1110 111111'11ugl1- 110ss W1111 w11i1-11 1110 A1110s 111g11 11111 1111818 1110 11i111'111'y. This is just .1110 111 1110 1111111y 11u110s s110 11011- 1111'111s 11111'11lg' 1101' 1w11 1101'i1111s 21 w0011 111 VV0l'1i11l,fI 111 1110 111l1'2lFj' W1111 1110 110111 111 Miss 1101011 111111. Li111'11-- 1'1Z11l. 111111 Miss 1"l11'2lIl0l' M1-1+l1y011. 11ssis111111. S111110 111 1101' 1111101' 11111i0s 111'0 1'll01'li1ll,Q,', 111i11g, 1'111ss11y111g, 111111 S111'l1Ell'1i1l1g 111111ks, 11l11S 1411111112 11113 111J1'2ll'-V 111 1101' 81121111 111110. XVEII' 11111111111101s 111111, l11s1 11111, 21 S111111is11 A11101'i1'1111 11is11111y S0111 11111 11'11111 1V11s11i11g11111, DV., 111'0 1w11 110W 11111111i1111s XV1l11'1l 1111v0 110111011 s1u110111s 110011 111 111111-11 wi111 w111'111 i11:fi1ll'S. 0111-0 21 1111111111 1110 girls Q,'2l1'l101' 111 1110 11111110 111 11110 111 1110 11101111101's 1111' 21 11111-1111-11. A1 1110s0 11101-1111gs 111111ks 21111 1'0v10w011 111' 1110 11101111101's i11 111'1101' 111 1100111110 111-1111111111011 wi111 IIOXV 1111111cs. 'l"110 gi1'1s 111s11 011101-- 111111011 1110i1' 1111111101's 111 il 1011 1111s 11111. T110 1VV0111j' 11101111101's V111011 N111111111 VV11l11111, 1111181110111 3 Vi1'gi11i11 'l'11w11, V100-111'0si110111g 111111 110111110 S1'1ll'C11l01', s01'1'1-1111'y-11'011su1'01'. T111- Row: V. Wiersoii, D1111gl101'1y, Behling, 11ill1l'2l D9C1ifx1', Town 'A' S01'vi00 with il smile, H2l1'fJS1HC11 N- Walton S1:1'11x11 Row: 11'1CDOI1El1f1, Larlwig, Cowdfln, B0is11J1', N. Clapp, J01111 Nutty, D. Allen 1Y1'ivlH11:001l11I1P 5I1l'1S- B11'r'r1111 Row: Z011. Kyle-, S1i1l1HPl', Miss Holt, Miss MOE1ye11, Fitz Sc111'eibe1', P111'ke1' K Q5 a en EWUP. 193: Fl E ARTS ll E modern Girl Reserves went in fighting with scissors, paste, and magazine clippings, and came out with a set of serapbooks, to be sent to service Inen's centers all over the United States. Led by Virginia Carter and Ruth Mac-Donald, the cabinets planned a general offensive which opened with a New-Corners' Party at Lynn Fuhrer Lodge, sponsored by both the Girl Reserve and the Hi-Y. During the Christmas season the girls eoneentrated their efforts on the sale of holly wreaths and filling boxes with gifts for ladies at the county home. The Dad-Daughter party, held in January, proved to be a big sue- cess, and many Ames High girls realized for the lirst time how much fun their dads could be. Divided into groups, thc dads gave forth Fifty-eiyfhf Toi- Row: Quist, M. Suther- land, O'Neil, Hansel, Young, Dunlap, Otopalik, Cole THIRD Row: B. Jackson, Baustian, D. Merrill, M. Smith, Dunagan, McDonald, N. Walton, Grant Slceoxn Row: D. Barnes, Gil- man, McE1hinney, M i s s Wilcox, Miss White, Fletch- er, V. Busby, J. McClelland BoTToM Row: M. M y e r s, Manning, Rothacker, Dodds, MacDonald, Carter, 0'Don- nell, Boyer with a .Barber Shop Quartet, a take-off on the Quiz Kids, and one enterprising group even took this time to go through their daily calis- thenics. From March 2 to 5 Reverend Lawrence Laeour of Oskaloosa di- rected Friendship week, the big Hi-'Y and Girl Reserve event of the year. Speaking on the topic of 'tLife NVith a Lift," Reverend Laeour conducted class forums and assemblies, and gave personal inter- views to those who had special pro- blems. More students asked for interviews than ever before. Officers for the year were Vir- ginia Carter and Ruth MacDonald, president and vice-president, Mary Dodds, secretary, and Mary Roth- aeker, treasurer. Girl Reserve is under the sponsorship of Miss Eva Wlhite and Miss Edna YVilcoX. Tor Row: P. Mit- SPIRIT AL I-IARMQ ITH high sehool boys facing greater diffieulties than ever before, .Hi-Y designed its activities to aid every boy with his problems. The elub's program Was eram- n1ed with liresides Whieh entertain-- ed every boy in l1igl1 sehool. The Ili-Y eabinet with the Girl Reserve and Student Vouneil played host to the nevveomers at a party at Lynn Fuhrer Lodge. All sophomores were given a ehanee to meet their superiors at the Big-brother - Little-brother party. Again the eabinet took to tl1e woods the night before the Boone-Ames game and gave the team the spirit to go and beat Boone. In Mareh in eooperation with the Girl Reserve tl1e Hi-Y spon- sored Friendship NVQ-ek, one of the most helpful phases of its activities. Reverend Lawrenee Laeour helped solve many problems. Jerry Galligan as president was sueeeeded by Kenneth Quaife. the seeond semester president. The re- maining first semester oltieers- Kenneth Quaife, viee-presidentg Ed Party, seeretaryg a11d John Harlan, treasurer-were ta ken over by llruee lloll, Arthur Gilkey. and Irving Spratt. The leaders of tl1e Hobby groups were: lirst se- mester, Donald Moyer, Photo- graphyg Floyd Bender, Athletiesg B i l l lvleflorniaek, Aeronautiesg Arthur Gilkey, Hunting and Fish- ing. During second semester tl1e leaders were Howard Richardson Photographyg Paul Vanee, Ath- letiesg Kenneth Davis, Hunting and Fishingg T. M. Moore, Aero- nauties. Milton Potee served as the Publieity Manager. 7 chell. M 0 y e r, Bender, Spratt, P 0 t e e, Gilkey, McCormack , o'r'ro M Row: Carty, Quaife, Mr. Swedell Mr. Easter, Gal- ligan, Harlan v ,, .l Fifty-nine ODERN boys 211111 01118 11111 111111111 111 11111 Syllllbil ll 11 v11'11 :11111 111-111 111' 11111s11 W1111 1111 s1z11111 111111 1' 1111-11s 111111 11111111111s 1111111 111 A11111s Iligh, 141111111115 1 111111111 111 Miss YVI11111 111111 1 SW11111-11, s111111s111's 111 41111 R1s1-11 111111 111-X 1'11s11111-111 11 1'fAH1'H1i112 QX0i1i111f.B11b? 111115' 21111 11111 111s1111.1111111 1 w1311. if 11.11. 1.1111111111 i11 use t Miss 81111111111 if I31111111. fellas? -kJi11, Mary, Pood, 211111 B1111 eyv another pros- peck Sixty I .T 19111111111 1llS1,1'1l'0l'S J101Il1l1'1f.9 GP. 111111 ' ' 1 52 u M si? aff 'GQ' Bmw , . , ' I A4-,cf c,u-lA,l.f QM .tfbgatj . K I, My 4,54444,50LJ : I 'I Q . 1' ' 4 ' ' A ,A LQLQAL, Q, I 2 f M My Wa ' . L , ' K Him Q LAL' I ' 7, . a I I A , . 1 f Xtfvxf I' 5 V . ' ' ' w Z0 A QWJMLM 'I' wtf ', . I ' Q ' .6 ,if fail' -41 '1, rtr V, A Xfyuvyg V, L Ui, R 4.14.1 svn: T . ff 4 P Q 'JI swuu, i g' 1-,'.' . Lx., '-1.1 P 'XJ lA 1'-0 WV- - ILAVVY' 'lx L HQ' . .7 -'V Q --ll fi Lbflztj fLJp- C '1 1 1 -, , ccesiwm I Q1 ' ffm Jf1S11gEnfM3H,1'icc9nfn OR THE seventh time in nine years the Ames Little Cyclones eopped the Ventral Iowa confer- ence elianipionship with an unde- feated and untied season. Scoring a total of 192 points to their op- ponents 45, the gridsters had one of the iinest balanced teams seen in Ames for several years. Tor Row: Mr. Small- i n g, Richardson, Gillpatrick, Quaife, Ross, Schory, Brou- hard, Goslin, Rhoades, Mr. Wells Fo virrn Row: J. Kimler, Hammond, John Nutty, J. F. Hall, Seliliek, Bu- chanan, Etliington, Harlan, Don Wal- ton, J. Blish 'l'lluuv Row: Mahone, B. Bates, Spicer, K. B u s b y, Soreghan, Dixson, J. Morris, Bender, Joe Gal- vin, Vance S is 1' o N ll Row: Mc- Clain, Caine, K. H. Davis, Carty, Dave Walton, Black, T. Garfield, J. Suther- la n d, Cliamplin, Larsen B o 'r 'r o M R o W: G, R i g gr s, Campbell, A. Wolf, Cline Siarfy-two STEEL 'klf at once you d0n't succeed. Sharing the season 's honors were twenty-one major letter Winners, Captain Dave lValton, Bob Sehory, John Brouhard, Keith Busby, Bill Bates, Uarmi Spicer, Don Dixson, Bill Mahone, Bruce Melllain, Bus Caine, Paul Ethington, Fred Gos- lin, Frank Soreghan, Joe Bush, Floyd Bender, Jim Sutherland, Bob Champlin, Fred Black, Don VValton, Ed Carty, and J im Morris. Ames 33, Valley 0 Opening its 1942 football season in a blaze of glory, Ames Highis Little Cyclones literally blew Val- ley's eleven off the iield. Every member of the squad saw action in a rout that featured a brilliant run- ning attack that gave indications of greater things to come. Ames 6, Roosevelt CDes Moinesj 0 Blowing into Des Moines along with a cold, drizzly rain, the Little Cyclones slipped by the rugged Roosevelt Roughriders. Neither team was able to navigate the wet turf for a score during the first half, but in the iinal period, the Ames scat halfbacks, Carty and Black, swept the Roosevelt ends for substantial gains with Black scoring the touchdown mid-way in the third quarter. Ames 27, Oskaloosa 7 After a slow first half, Ames came back after the rest period to strike at Osky through the air and on the ground. End Rob Scliory led the way as he scored once on a pass from Sutherland and again on an end-around play. Dave VValton add- ed the third marker by a plunge through the center of the line. Ames 20, Perry 6 Discarding their much feared passing attack, the Little Cyclones employed a hard driving ground offense in downing Perry, tradi- tional non-conference foes. The de- ceptive running of half-back Ed Carty netted two touchdowns and the relentless line smashing of full- back Dave Waltoii pushed across the other marker. Ames 46, Grinnell 0 Chalking up the largest score 011 a conference foe since 1937, when 'kSuch form! fSh96I' grit and determination. tCarty evading invisible tackl GFS. Sixty-three ak Boone tries a pass tNice kick, Sutherland. 'kTe1escopic view of the Boone-Ames game. the grid team of that year beat Boone 52 to 0, Ames' league-leading Little Cyclones walloped a hapless Grinnell team. Scoring almost at will, Ames reserves played most of the game, outscoring the first team 4 touchdowns to 3. Ames 20, Newton 13 The Little Cyclones got their first real scare of the 1942 season when a stubborn Cardinal eleven refused to let the local gridders breeze by them without a struggle. Twice during the contest just one point separated the teams, once at 7 and 6, and again at 14 and 13. Not until the closing minutes when Carty slithered through the line for the final 6 points was the outcome certain. , Ames 19, Boone 13 In a story-book finish, Ames High's grid team clinched its second Central Iowa Conference championship in as many years by beating the powerful Boone Torea-- dors on Clyde Williams field in their traditional Armistice day feud. Fred Black 's two touchdowns Sixty-four 3 had been equaled with two from Boone when with the score knotted and only 50 seconds left to play Jim Sutherland flipped a ten yard touchdown pass to Ed Carty to end the season undefeated and untied. For the first time since 1938, an Ames High player, Bus Caine, made both the I.D.P.A. and Jack North,s first all-state team. Jim Sutherland was placed on the third I.D.P.A. team and Jack North's seventh team. GIRDERS PHOLDING A111 e s lligl1's athletic- reputation, t11e see- o11d lK'21lll t11is year W0ll tllree and tied two of its live eontests. They started by defeating Colo 13 to ll and next l1'0ll1lCl1lg' o11 Jelferson 27 to U. A little touglier eo11111etitio11 was 0lll'Ulll1l'Cl'Otl Wit11 t11e ,Boone Reserves as t11e lirst game ended 0 to O and tl1e seeond a 7 to 0 Wi11 for AIIIPS. The last g'a111e was against East Des Moines Wit11 tl1e seconds on tl1e wrong Qlld of a l3 to O Score Ill0St of the Way, only to COHIG up with a thrilling linisli to tie 13 to 13. As testiiied by eae11 0lllIOl1GI1lZ,S seore, Uoaeli Ritland's team l1ad il good, rugged 1i11e Wit11 all 111011111913 doing an outstandiiig' job. and an alert baekiield defense Wit11 Lauren 1 A' Second team SCl'Rllllll9. Gribbs, Ji111 l'illt'1i, and Lyle Stoops. fxlllltlllgll their QHIIIQS are not as well attended as those of the lirst llxillll, tlie little Little Cyclones al- ways play for Zlll interested Zllld attentive crowd. Tor Row: Mr. Rit- land, Nelsen, David Sills, Bob McCoy, Angle THIRD Row: Clarke, Barrie, Wessel, Hi- land, Valois Alder- man, T. Terrones, Dowd, Seversike Sl-:voN11 Row: D. Gar- field, B. Tilden, B uc k, Stoops, R. Bolurne, Hausratli, Fincliani, A. Mar- tin, D, Morris Bo 'r 'r o M Row: P. Dietz, L. Mitchell, Ballard, lleeliner, L. Gibbs, IXHIHICII, Wynxore, Van Voorhis, Jerry Gal- vin Sixty-fi ve Tor Row: A. Wolf, Rem- IVONII Row: Quaife. B0'l"l'0M Row: K. Busby, ak Coach's dilemma. IT ll three different mentors at the helm, Ames High's cage crew battled through the 1942- l943 basketball season to capture 12 victories in a 21 game schedule. Voach Kenneth lVells departed for the Navy after the opening game and Ray Smalling led the team until the opening of the dis- trict tournament at which time he too set sail for naval training. Uoach Ritland ably directed the bold, Campbell, Galligan, G. Riggs, Cline Bender, K. H. Davis, S li a d le, Mahone, B. Peterson Caine, J. Morris, Brou- hard, J. Sutherland, B. Bates Niffgf-six SKYSCRAPERS team for the remainder of the season. N ot only did the eagers lose two of their coaches to the armed forces, but they also lost the services of their stellar guard, Jim Suther- land, who left for duties at an air corps meterology school midway in the season. Although placing only fifth in the conference race, the Lsittle Cyclones had a fighting team that was 0v1110111-011 111 111011' 111111115' 111 1111111' 1111011 111111 110111 111 1111111' S00- 111111 0111-111111101', M111's111111111w11 111111 111111110. 111111 11111 s11111'1 113' ,111S1' 11110 11111111 111 1'111l1llll'1'1l1g.1' N1-W11111 2l'11'l'1' 1111v111gg' 110011 111'1'V1U11S1'V 110111011 115' 1111 1111'00. 111 111111'11111110111 1112lj' 1110 111'll11Q1' 111111 1112l1'1i 1101111111011 1110 1110111 11111s 115' 2l11Vi11l1'11112f 111 W1111111 11110 11211116 111 1110 s11110 1111s1101111111 11111111111110111. 1J11W1l111Qj 11El1ll1J1'111g0, 1V11110 01111, N0V111111, 111111 3111111111 111 811011011211 111211, T110 1111110 f'y0111110s 11111v011 111111 1110 111s11'101 111111'11111110111. 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Gibbs, Hausrath, Bob McCoy, Buck, Holl, Jerry Galvin ITH the departure of Coach VVells to the navy, R a y Smalling was left with the entire coaching responsibility for both the first and second basketball teams, consequently, what in former years was known purely as a sophomore team, became the reserve team. Gas rationing prevented the sec- onds from playing their usual con- ference schedule, but in a nine game schedule the reserves Won live and lost four. After beating Story City in their county tournament opener, the seconds fell before Nevada's first team in the second round. Guard Bill Bates lead the sea- son's scoring with 44 points, While Owen Shade put in 38 counters, Bruce Holl, 33, Bud Gibbs, 27, Gene Ballard, 25, Jim Morris, 18, and Maynard J ones, 11. Ensign Ray Smalling left during tournaments and the team com- pleted them under the coaching of Everett Ritland. "Bit" took over at a very difficult time but, despite this, did an excellent job with the boys. SEASON RECORD Ames 18 Perry 19 Ames Nevada 18 Ames Story City 17 Ames Nevada A11 Ames Boone 25 Ames Slater 9 Ames Gilbert 33 Ames Boone 25 Ames Gilbert 26 CoUN'rY ToURNAMENT Ames 20 Story City Ames 24 Nevada 31 10 Sixty UILIJING up 'LW11111 11 1211i0SH 1111- 1110 111111110 1111 H10 01111101' 1111111, A1110s1 1111111 1'1'2l1'1iS1'CI'S show- 011 1'0111 ZIXZI1 111 S11110 111 Z1 10W 110005- s111'5' 1'0s11'10111111s. '11110 111's1 011s11z111y 0111110 VV1l01l 1110 N21X'f',S 1111-1'011s011 2111110110 111'11g'r11111 11111110 1111111111' F1111- 11111KS2f 111 H10 011110110 21 111111g of 1110 1111s1. 1V111'k111g 111111 11111011 1121111611 111 g'01 111 01111111111111, v0101'1111 1011012 111011, 111'l11'0 M1'f11E1111, '1'11111 M11110y, 13111 1111111411112 IJQIVP S111S, 131111 S1'11U1"V, 14'1'011 111211'1i, 111111 Dave ir Maney 111116. 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Still, the t'0l11'lS 1-vliooml to the 1'Zlt'liC'f wiolcling of v0t01'z111s lllv- 111z111, Svlilit-li, Ross, Zlllll Morris. lilcvzlliso of fowvl' 1'll2ll11't'S for i11t01'- svliolzlstic' 1-o111pvtitio11, lwatvcl 1-1111- tosts hotwooil tvz1111 ll1Ullll30l'S 1-a1111c 111o1'c- 1ul'0llll0l1fl.V, Ellltl thc' spirit oi' spo1'ts111z111sl1ip Zlllll t'HllllP0llflUll ll1'OV2lll0tl 011 tho quitv 11-nl Hlllblllllsl frfmt. iXll'll0llg2,'ll tho zwtivitivs uf the t01111is squad W1-rv l'l'Sfl'll'l'0tl, lllllt'll vzlliiahlo lwiwtit fI'Ulll the i11tc11sivu pliysival vxcrtimi was gl'21lll0tl hy the 64SCI"Vlt'l'-lltbllllll " 1l1OIlllJOl'S. Sevrinty-one WQODS WQRKI 'kSimpson, our hero. ALLS, new and reprocessed, flew across courses unchanged in a changing world. Under the able direction of Coach J ohn Harms, the squad traveled sparing- ly on an "A" card to the places where matches were still held. In the fall of '42, after giving the squad three chances for their pic- tures in the Spirit, the photograph- ers decided all were camera-shy, except Bob Simpson. It was not previously known that these ath- letic individuals practiced the vir- tue of modesty to this extent. As Bob was present every time, he was 'A' Pat and Joe on a little spring workout. Seventy-two given the picture of honor, and an- other spring sport is featured here. Each spring there are many two- somes that head toward the green- sward of a country club. Their equipment consists of 111odern de- vices-portables, cokes, and that all essential, the blanket. Although war has had its effect on this enjoy- able pastime, Ames High nioderns were not seriously handicapped. Open season started March 22 and enthusiasts found the transporta- tion insigniiicant for the nearer hunting grounds. Although some members of the varsity squad were called into the service, it was con- sidered by all a very successful season. 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'1"111s 111 1 1 1 It - 111 1 1111- T111- g3,'11'1S 111 T111 111111 g111111-s 111211 1111v1- 111-1-11 11111.11- 1111111 111-T1V1'r11-s 1111-111111-11 11s1111 .g E11 1111s1i1-1111111 111111 111111111111 11,1111 s 111111 2lXVZlI'l111lQ' 11l11'Zllll1I1'2l1 1111 f1f1'il1llS. II1g1111g111t111g' 1111-11' s 1 111'11g1'11111 wus 1111- 11111111111 51111101 1 1 1 1 1111 111111111 1111111111111 11 111 1. Iyily 1111- V - 1-11111's1-. V111's1Ty P11111 11ff11'1-1's 11l'1Il'l' 3Il'f1121111, 111-1-s1111-111 1411 f12l1'1'f', v11-1- 111'1-s1111-1113 111111 I1 11211110 Q s1-1'1'1-111ry-11'1-11s111'1-1'. -1 FALLEN ARCI-IES MES High's athletic trainers do a good job of patching up athletes' bruises, cuts and sores, but who treats the trainers head-- aches when some athletic equipment turns up missing? llcsidcs administering t h e s e minor tirst aid treatments, cheek- ing out towels, keeping records of each athletes' daily performance, the trainers n1ust keep tab on all athletic equipment. Included in the category of ath- letic managers are ticket salesmen, ticket takers and ushers. It is the job of tl1e hard Working volunteers with the aid of the faculty members to see that all athletic events run smoothly from the spectators stand- point. 'llhe only reward these man- Seventy-four Tor Row: Graves, G Larsen, Mengelberg B0'r'1'0M Row: R i t t s Billy Price, Clin e mond agers receive is being admitted to all the high school events free. lVith the passing of the 'teen age draft bill, Ames High complied With the demands of the armed forces for an increased physical hardening program in the high schools with one of the most exten- sive intramural and physical educa- tion programs in the history of the school. H omeroom 113-A boasted one of t h e b e s t intramural basketball teams ever to play in Ames High, as they sped through an eighteen- game schedule with 'nary a loss in the Winter cage program. Champion of the Runner-up League was Homerooni 108, While Homeroom 237 ranked high in the Scrub R i g g s, Buchanan, Robertson, H. Thur- 111-1111111-. '1'111- 11111111-s, 111-111 11111-1' s1'1111111 111 1111- Q3j'Ylllll2lS1lll1l, w1-1'1- W1-11 11111-11111-11 115' 11lU1ll11l'l'S 111 1111- 1-1111- 1l'S11llQ.I 11111111-1'1111111s. 111 1111-111-111-1111111 E1 13111111 w1'1-S111-1' 11111111-s 21 11411111 s1111111-1', 11111-1'1-s1 was "fs:1if1g1h?S.?111"11 gJjl'l'2l11'l' 1111111 1-V1-1' 111 1111- XV1ll1l11' XVl'l'S111llQ 211111 1111X1llQf 111111'11111111-111. 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As SI1l'1IlQ' 111'1'1V1-11, 111111 w1111 11 NV2ll'l11 W1-111111-1', 1111- 1ll1l'2l111lll'211 111111-- - -- 111" 11- 1111111 w11s1111i1-11 11v1-1' 11y1-11111111-11111111 tj1,'f,Qj.' uses "1 111 11-11111s, 511111, 1'111ss 111g1s-111-w111'. 111111 1-111ss 1l'2l1'1i 1111-1-1s. 11111'11111111'111 is 1111111-1' 1111- s111111s111'-- s11111 111' 131-1'11111'11 SW1-111-11. -A' R1-111'11i11g 1111- 11161 sky, -A' Two 111ily9l'S 11119 1119 1111s1. STREAMLI ED PLAY FDR 0, f ,L fjwf 708,12 143 .xx 2"-4 - fr mf I' 'kThree beautiful misses. t Keppie reaches, and how! ASKlC'l'BAlili, track, tennis, and hasehall were the activi- ties chosen to l1elp develop high school girls to till their plaee in the niodern War world. Proininent in the design of the organization is the desire to pro- vide every high school girl With the opportunity to develop physically, mentally, niorally, and socially. Girls are initiated after they have acquired 100 points. These points are given in the live divi- sions-leadership, organized activi- ties, unorganized activities, skill tests, and health charts. The niinor MA" is given for 500 points, the Heirenfy-six 7,-V-f-f"' Tor Row: Dunlap. Young, Otopalik Borroxi Row: Byrnes, MeElhinney, V. Busby niajor "A" for 1,000 points, and the coveted pillow top for continu- ed service. Eighteen t e a in s representing every honierooni in school partici- pated in the girls intramural pro- grain inaugurated this year. Home- rooin captains were Betty Byrnes, Elizabeth Kephart, Norma Young, Virginia Kulow, Anne Gilman, and Mary Dodds, seniors, Ruth lValker, Vivian Busby, B e t t y Sniith, Nancy Clapp, Maxine Suth- erland, and Marjanne Meads, jun- iors, Phyllis Thonipson and Pat McKee, eo-captains, Marjorie Al- len, Frances Thurniond, Helen 0-Q' ,Qf'ff'!'i fig' -rv ,Ov-ff" 71441, W..fA-1 Aff .44 MODERNS DFVE1 DPME T 14111sworT11, 1111z1i110 Vifquziin, 111111 Virginia 11i11'SU11, SUl11l01llO1'l'S. 1111111-l'12lSS g'z11110s Woro 110111 To 110sig11z1T0 T110 T011111s To 110 111210011 i11 T110 A 111111 13 TJCZIQIIIUS wiT11 T110 los- ing T111'00 i11 T110 I3 110z1g'110. 131-fo1'0 T110 i11T1'a111111rz11 s0z1so11 111-g'z111, 21 ,1l1ll101' T0z1111 1'a11Tz1i11011 by 11111011 11111112111 sq1100z011 112131 T110 s011ior T0z1111 1102111011 by 1321110011 1112111108 17 To 12. 1311111121 M2l1SlD11,S s011ior T0z1111 1l'01111T'CT1 El ,11l1l101' T0a1111 1011 by Kz1Ti0 F1'HZ1C1' 19 To 1 To OVPII 1111 T110 s1'or0 15l'1VVCC1l 1-1z1ss0s. 111 T110 0111y S0111101l101nC 51211110 Mary -101111 S110211'01',S T0z1111 won ov0r T110 T1-11111 1-11111111111-11 by Har- ri0T A12211'll0S. if H0110 it's good, A1yC0. 1ViT11 T110 il1'1'1V2l1 of s 11 1'1 ll gr. 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Barnes Fol'lrrii Row: Whit- ley, Rot hacker, Rozebooln, R. Walker, Quist, N. Walton, C art e r, Johnston, M. Allen, Forsyth 'l' ll I ll o R o wi M. Myers, D o d d, D. Porter, Meads, Vifquain, M, W al- ker, V. Busby, Mat- son, Berry, Boyer Sr:c'oNn Row: G. An- derson, MoElhin- ney, Young, Mis s Lunsford, Miss Hadish, Dodd s, Kulow, Rodgers Borroxi Row: Kephart, Jean Nutty, Simpson, N. Cole, C. Smith N S'l"l+IP with the tinies with each girl sporting a block forni "AH, the Pep tllub reached its ultiniate at the lloone-Anies ganie when they presented patriotie inarehing for-- irwateh your tongue, Prexy Mc- Elhinney- 1, Z qQ'l7!'Hfjl-Ulfllll Z niations with the band between the halves. Another ac-tivity was the sparkl- ing gaine between Pep Club and the Varsity initiates. The girls Won 1-0 when Rosy Lindstroni made a luf-ky free shot. NVhen sportsmanship lagged the .Pep Vlub tultilled its place in keeping up the sohool spirit. Although Miss Alvira Lunsford and Miss llelen lladish, sponsors of Pe m Vinh and Fheer Squad, re- . eetively, left in January to join the lVAAf's, the eluh euhninated the year sueeessfully under the direetion of Helen Melillliinney, president, Virginia Kulow, Viee- president, Mary Dodds, seeretary, and Nornia Young. treasurer. xx A1 Wm . f H? k ian? te X 4 Kb W K 6 Vx of W, ff Q tif 'S fi 5 Q 5 xx h J G M 5' ,fs , 9 If x 5 , J X 511-zrlif? ey 49 FA gf, 4 Q wngm J Zfcnw MU QQHEQHMQ OU might be surprised if you saw Ruth MacDonald wielding a hammer during study hall as she hits a defenseless nail on the head, but when "Poorly," dressed in her best jeans, was crowned Rosy the Riveter, the typical girl, you would he able to picture her well as the sweetheart of a production line. Jim Sutherland, who won for him- self a Bunsen burner and the offi- cial title of Willie the VVelder, could be seen weeks after' .Bds practicing his home work on his miniature torch. Now VVillie has left the production line of Ames High via the draft, and is cheer- fully doing his bit as one of Uncle Samls soldiers. To the sweet rhythms of Bob Allen's orchestra, Sojers and Eighty RQSIE Tl-IE X 'kGet overtime for this, Jim? YVhacks, the Ghost Guard and Stars, and Salers and their Waifs, swung- out in the usually quiet study hall. The Swing Shift ended the set of dances for the iirst semester under the direction of Darleen Barnes, social chairman. Others were the 'tllowdy-Do Hop," which gave everyone a chance to get ac- quainted with that new hunch of good looking sophomores. The sec- ond, the 'tllance of the Spirits," was highlighted by a drawing for the two free Spirits. VVinners were Tom Maney and J. F. Hall. VVe won 't explain by what methods. During the second semester a swing hand was organized and it was heard at such functions as the t'Ten Year Tussle. 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CIASSRQQM 'A' New arrivals from Spain. at Now for point number three. at Stand back, everyone. As airplanes have been playing ever increasing part in the iight for democracy over the battlelields of Africa, Europe, and the Paeiiic, the girls' industrial arts classes chose as their project the construction of niodel airplanes for Civilian Defense. illlllftlllgll the occupations course lnany students have been receiving training in such lines as newspaper work, 1l1Ct'll2llllt'S, theater manage- nient, and clerkingg While earning credit toward graduation, they also received a little tilthy lucre in their jeans. Trigonometry was introduced for the aid of future pilots a11d boinbardiers, while auto ineehanies, with the aid of Keith l3usby's car Q U, offered practical experience in this iield. Preparing for the saying "you'd inake some girl a nice Wife,'l the Boys' lloine Econoniic class gained a bit of knowledge on how to darn socks, sew on buttons, plan budgets, buy clothes, and the Ollllll-pl'CSCllt problem of cooking. All felt they learned niany practical applica- tions. Not only twice a week could one hear the 'sl-2-3-JJ' of fornier years, but "something new has been add- ed" to the Boys' ,Pllysical education schedule this year, as the fellows reported for a vigorous season of calisthenics, not twice, but three tiines a week. This plan was adopted so that the boys would be better able to with- stand tl1e rigors of basic training necessary in the arnled services of our country. I'f'l!lht1l-YhI'f36 i' Stop making eyes, Pat. i' Sllpei'-sulvsliian i The food num! h tWP live to eat. if We, the nr-ww ' ' ' ' 1N1f1?ltBS of Eta Pi- Ififlllfjj-fU1,l7' DID if not for t'iliV2l1l'.Y, I did ii uni for scorn gavv hor my svllool bus scat To gvi hor off my 4-urn. --'Sf0II'IL t Due to the emergency- at Cecil fl , 0 jvctive. nd Ken advanve toward b- Myers. 0 good. Q14 'U N X WR 'kPeople actually studying in the library. ,IAHMI hours' tF1'ankly, what's happening? 'kMeg ambitiously gets her story. thf'f'H1l1Ll1'11lllg, although it seenis like the middle of the night, every Anies High student leaps madly at a ringing alarrn, to start another day of studying. After hastily pulling on the nearest rag, he grabs a pieee of toast and jelly, and is off for the bus corner or to good old Aines High. On arriving at the hallowed por-- tals, the eager students head toward their lockers, lneeting and chatting with eaeh friend they nieet. After many bawlings out by the Fire Squad, eaeh gets to his locker, spins the dial, glances at the drawings that line the walls, and takes out his unstudied books. 'tGood Morning"-and the pupil settles down to listen to the morn- ing announeeinents. Froni honie rooin he starts slowly toward the first objective of the day. If tests have been adininistered during the eourse of the inorning, one can be sure to hear protests, such as, 'tHe always gives the worst tests," or, HI just know I flunkedf' At 12:44, there is a general eol- lecting of books, as the students get ready to rush for their favorite plaees in the cafeteria. After sueeessfully eoinpleting another three periods for the dura- tion of the afternoon, inost students feel in need of a little relaxation as only Moore 's or Art 's give it. 'llhen off to eateh another bus, or trot on home to study. Thus a typi- eal Aines High day is completed. Eighty-five MODERNS 1+11111S, 111111s, 111111s, 11111 1111-1111- 1111111111i1111 111 11111 111111s." 1'i11g's 11111 f111111 11111111 2311 211l11ll2l11y 11s Miss E1,1112l G. 1Vi11111x 1'111111111's ,11111Qj2l1' A111111 iP1111's f111111111s 1i1111s. 011111, W111111 11s1i1111 115' 21 1-111'i1111s s1111111111 W11111 11111 G. 111111111 i11i1i111s s1111111 11111, S1111 1111f11s1111 111 1111sw111'-1111111115 Gus is E1 1111111111111 111111111 111 A11111s 1111111 s11111c111s. 'LO1111-1w11-111111-1w11Y111111-11 y 11 11 1' 11111s, girls-S11si11, 11111111 11 V11 13" 111-111111s 1111111 11111 Qjylll. EIS Miss 1111115- f111'11, 11S11Zl11.V 111'11ss1111 Sll12l1'11Y 111 S12l1'1iS 111' s11111'1s. 1121l'1iS 11111 11111 111'- 111111s 111 11111' 19.111, 11111ss11s. Xuw 111'11ss-- 1111 111 "1VAl'l'.1' K1111ki," W11 1111110 111111 s1111'11 s111111 1111111 1lt'1' 1-1111111111 141 11111111 11111 111'11111's 11s 21 11111 s111'g1111111. 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As 21 s111111s111' 11f Girl R11s111'v11s, s1111 gives 11X11111'1 1111Vi1-11 111 1111 11111s11 W1111 11111111 1111 1111s11'11 11111. l4lNORl,TA" lladish, the Well- li110VV11 puusfer of 238, eould be heard l'I'yll1g' to Teach future Latin- A111eriez111 Tourists and Cll11lOl11Z1lS fhe line points of the Spzuiish lang-- xl 55311 .1 Q1 ,fwb DESIG ED uzige. By semester iiuie, she decided the fask was l10lJOl0SS, so she left the ranks To he il XVAAC. Mr. Swedell, Voted hy the Spirit class as The l12lllllS01l1OSt 1111111 iii high school, is the easy-goiiig' peda- gogiie of plane and solid geometry, illlil the newly introduced b1'2ll,l1 teaser, l1'lg0ll01llCl1'y. He also has elmrge of The lli-Y, high school Y.M.l'.A. 01'gZ1lllZZll'l0ll. Ac-for SlllJ1'C1ll0 of 'the lO2lCllll1g staff is L. lVz1y11e Smith, eoaeh of Ames lligl1's silver tougued ora- tors, The ll1'El1l1Rill1 lD1'0flllClfl0l1S, Zlllil the speech c-lusses. His elasses like to 1112lli0 llllll disgusted so they ez111 wz1Tel1 l1is l'0l'l1lllqll0. llilllllllililllg' the boisferous 1110111- bers of the Sfllllllllt body, who like fo lei loose i11 Ulll' elierished halls, was Miss Sputz, aiuiable Fire Squad SIIOIISOT. Laier when we heard l1er lirsf duty at Fort Des Moi11es was fo piek up eigareite bliffs, we wondered how she liked 'faking the orders. Seriously, We feel she will lll2lliC a wonderful sol- dier. " llllVV2ll'fl, ever-11pwz11'd" llz1r111s, the seieiifilie genius, had l1is l1z111ds full and l1is dispositioii sorely tried, under l1is SllOlISOI'SllllJ of The ath- letie IIIZIIIQIQQCPS and the Spirit. ,gn-5 -,4-51's f M X. X gg 'E' N7 in-as xU1 -is You C Wil ....-XJ N if Nvjfaf-fax 1?-N ..- ..- ' WW f lp ' ' my x , U W1 X 7' 1, f Ifiyllty-scf1'e1L EMBELLISHMENTS 'kP1'elude to a date. 'A' Mourners bench. 'A' Your face dirty, Mary? if Vacation siesta. 'kPrexy Garfield doing his duty. if Morna displays her Sonja Henie ability. 'kClii'f saves gas if Lieut. Wells at attention. i'SCh00l'S out, everybody happy? PARALLELS EMEMBER back in the fall of '42 when everyone came to school whistling "Kala- mazoo," you fellows sporting T-shirts, and the girls in gay dirndles and an ultra tan, thanks to pancake and leg makeup . . . One noticeable addi- tio11 was a new blond sophomore, namely Oma Lidell, who before the year ended, could boast dates with such wolves as Bruce McClain, Bob Tilden, Bruce Holl, Ken Quaife, Sam- my Mitchell, Dave Gariield, Dean Hausrath, Wayiie VVymore, Bob Stafford, a fellow from Boone-Cthis isn't all, but we have only so much spacej . . . As the Christmas season drew near, atmosphere was lent to old Ames High by the Christmas tree, heavily laden with tinsel and blue lights in a vain effort to hide its vitamin deficiency - . . Rumors continually floated around about draft boards' decisions, the graduation of all seniors at mid-term to relieve the teacher shortage, and gas rationing, but the latter didn 't seriously affect Amos and Amy, who don't use much gas anyhow . . . One remembers the met- eoric rise and fall of Eta Pi, the rude interrup- tion of Privy Council's transactions, and the high ideals that symbolize the Dover Boys . . . VVinter evenings were punctuated by basketball supreme, with fourth quarter rallies, which often brought the team out of the jaws of defeat . . . Long sloppy sweaters were gradually re- placed by shorter ones, as wool became scarcer, reprocessed rubber soles cushioned the feet of the students, who walked more frequently. If they were scarce of footwear, they could be seen wearing unrationed huaraches . . . The whole student body turned to a vegetarian diet, as canned foods and meats were rationed . . . And then we could hardly forget those spring picnics. Eighty- 'ne Niuvly -if 1 .I:.. 3 ?fN" 'I , K ,- Q -k Wulkm' lvads Martin by a nose. EEN on yoin' riglit, fellas zniil gals, isTl11w1l1l'fV P0 9 ' ' Q 1 1 lbll'lt 112120 dvsigii 1'Cll1l1lllll1g uno of ilu- Mi-- Kinlcy z11l111ii1is'r1'z1Ti1111. Its vlussiv rlosilfii is - - ' 1, . dlllldltlllt 011111 '111 tlic 1111- vim-1-. 1,11 ilic ln-il lll2lV lm vi 1 . iwwl :1 new and clistim-'fly ll10tl0l'll rlvsigii, varioml ' l ' ' ' .1114 l1.1111111111u11s. -kCo111e into my IlEll'l0l', said the spider to the fly. 'A' Waiting fo 1' S 0 111 e 0 n 0, Rudy? fG4:lI1l'lClI in his pre- wolfing days. ir K'I,ittle green jug, how ww love thee." N-Pk .Yillrf jl-0 E 'EN though I may not be as tall, I certainly try to give my all To be just like those bigger boys NVho use the gals just as their toys. V And though I'm not so tall of stance, Or sport an HA" like Caine and Vance, I get around almost as well And keep a harum CGD under my spell. And perhaps you think, because I'm small, A razor ne'er scratched my cheek at all, So l1ere is proof, that even I, Am really a regular, high school guy- Ninety-two T A LITTLE SHAVER HOW would you like a date, bag?" Is the modern Way to say, 4'Won't you come and go with me To enjoy an evening of play." I-NCIDENTALLY, in case you Were Wondering, the lucky in- dividuals at the right arc- Bob and Phil "Bus" and Justine 'tFrankie" and HEinie" Kim and '4VVindy' Fred and Marilyn Paul and "Port" Johnny and Ellen Ed and "Poody" Joe and Pat Keith and Dot Bill and Dottie Keppy and "Genny" 7 W MES HIGH WEAKLY WEB Vol. enormous Someday. Edited? CWe hope so.J Number 1 Q R R I B L E SCOOP! JOHNNY JONES Varsity C H A T T E R FOUND MURDERED IN ' CHEM LAB! new people Catching the overflow from Mr. Youug's file, we discovered this all revealing epistle from our own "Emperor" to the il- lustrious "We Find 'Em, You Date 'Em" date bureau. Mixth and Park Ave. Dames, Biowa "We Find 'Em, You Date 'Em" Long Smooch, N. Y. Dear "Find 'Em," Due to present obvious and most serious shortage of ped- agogues, we are taking this op- portunity of writing you in reference to A. Overpowering Professor. Has she completed the fifth grade? If so, why doesn't she have blonde hair? Please answer this post-haste as we have found this problem very concerning to our entire staff of professorial termites. Trusting that you will be of help, I remain Yours very sinfully, Velum Youug, Prin. Dames High VY!gl THE AMES HIGH VVEAKLY WEIS Published try-weekly Cwe try every week to get it out.J These articles are written. want scraq,-V Ninety-jour Early risers seeking to do extra work in their beloved chem lab were shocked speechless when upon entering the room found the dead body stretched lifelessly across the sink. Upon inquest into the disaster it was discovered that our dear- ly deceased fellow student mis- took HQSO4 for HQO. Perhaps Mr. Blarms was not articulate enough about the precise differ- ence between the two. V Matinee Dance record crowd attends latest matinee dance As is so gruesomely usual the matinee dance, so picturesquely entitled "Frivo1ous Flop," was held in the beautifully panelled I study hall at the cocktail hour of 4:00 p.m. A new record was established when every person in school attended attired in their so-called best bib and tucker. Under the auspices of the anti- social committee the dance was unchaperoned. As a result of this a good time was enjoyed by all. The hall was attractively decorated with red and purple streamers hanging from the colonial chandeliers. fEd. Note:-This prejudiced opinion as the Ames High Weakly Web goes to press before the affair.J may be a Spirits mellow with age. receive a's An awards assembly was held as always this afternoon. Major letters were received by Jon Billeman, Cus Baine, Bown Joe- hard, Cad Erty, Bop Eaterson, Gred Foslin, Mom Taney, Hoe Stalvin, and Cud Blick. Perhaps this is more significant than the average person realizes because this means that Gelland Bc- Alhenny, Hussy Mittenal, Stinky Barter, Poof McGoof, Tag Mist, Zailyn Sorefyth, Warma Nal- ton, Fatsy Pansel, and Fairy Podds will now be wearing A's. Tit for Tat Due to the lack of manpower within Ames H'igh's hallowed portals, a new corps of civilian defense workers has been or- ganized. The express purpose of this organization, Seventh Per- iod. is to take charge of the dust- ing of seats in the library at 3:45 at least once a week. One of the most prominent members of this group is Deane Robert- son. Other outstanding members are Einar Larsen, Frank Sore- ghan, Johnny Hall, and Sheila Dunagan. World History students, dar- lings that they are, seem to be quite -proud of themselves lately. Upon prying into the more so- cial aspects of ancient lives they noted much to the chagrin of the instructor that Sogrates, the immoral orator, was a first-class wolf. CEd. Note-Can you blame him with as wet a blanket as 'Antipathy?J I Dover Boys mellow with spirits. Ninety-five Congratulations and lgest Wishes to the Class ol 1943 M Photographs in tlmis Annual Nlaole by l'lart Stuclio To the Class of 1943 We extencl Sincere Congratulations and Best Wishes for Your Future Tribune Publishing Co. Printers of the 1943 Spirit Phone 180 New Opening Hours Because of shortage of help and food rationing TOM'S GRILL now opens at 3:oo p. m. Come in then and enjoy our always ECONOMICAL PRICES. Counter or Booth Service ToM's GRILL GOOD FOOD Downtown Ames .. X ren Au youre GIRL FRIENDS Q1 IF mer wfwr zors or mfs Xfj, ro wma ROGER S CLOTHES f By-l l: XX .XXX air? VV -, I - X! . l gli 4 in hx yflllfif Q3 ,,? lllll I ,. f -1 'HAL 1- a fl ll Clothes -ll lv ill gif THE ROGERS SHOP CAMPUS TOWN The l-ligh School Crowd Swings to VQUNKERS For School and Date Clothes 323 Main Street . . . popular rendez-vous of the High School Set and becoming more so every day! Mothers, big sisters, little sisters and brothers-all are finding Younkers Ames Store the place where their apparel and accessory needs abound. Younkers is a bright shopping spot which keeps you posted on what 's new with new merchandise arriving on every express. Younkers keeps young budgets well in mind, and assures you of "Satisfaction Always" with every purchase. Drop in often, make Younkers your down-town meeting place. vounrenes WA RTIIVIE TRAVEL ls Not "As Usual" Interstate Transit Lines is cooperating fully with the Office of Defense Transportation for all-out Service to America in time of war. 4 That means Conserve rubber in every possible way. Eliminating all extra sections possible. Cancel schedules not absolutely essential. Vile thank you riders for cooperating and being lenient in ease of incon- venience, delay or crowding. INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES Call 1900 and check bus schedule times-They change often to meet changing demands Ninety-nine READ THE HIGH sc:HooL's OWN NEWSPAPER "Ames High Weekly Wehl' Printed Each Wednesday During the School Year ln the AMES DAILY TRIBUNE Theres No Rationifng of Good Taste .... Clothing' rationing, if it comes, will put a premium on quality, and its corollary, Good Taste. As usual, you will find both at Tilden's. In the meantime, this store appeals most to thinking people who know that greatest economy results from purchases which give lasting satisfaction. T l L D E N ' S "Dependable Since 186QH Ohdd Spare Time If you are thinking of improving your intellect, We recommend, for a well-balanced education, that you take advantage of the facilities offered by the King's Seminary. Further information can be acquired by a personal interview with any graduate of this fine institution. HOURS OF INSTRUCTION + 10:00 A. M. To 2:00 P. M. 7:30 P. M. To 10:00 P. M. VACATIONS 95 PERSONALLY ARRANGED T0 FIT THE STUDENT Professional Men Chiropractor DR. C. B. KERR 501 Main Street Phone 102 Dentistry AMES DENTAL STUDY CLUB Lawyers HAROLD O. HEGLAND 314175 Main Street Phone 531 HIRSCHBURG 85 REYNOLDS 30014, Main street 578 LOUIS H. JUDISCH 20955 Main Street Phone 268 ED. J. KELLEY 306175 Main Phone 137 LEE Sa WALSH Lawyers 32355 Main - Phone 1070 SMITH Sa SMITH, LAWYERS IOOF BUILDING - PHONE 397 Optometrist DR. F. E. ROBINSON Optometrist Over Ames Bldg. Ka Loan 0.ee0,,at1,ig'i3iL5,Qt5t45f DR. J. H. HANSEL O-steopath 505 Kellogg One hundred one Acaclemic M anafactarers COLLEGIATE MFG. CO. AMES HIGH TURKISH BATH "WE SOAK YOU FOR A DOLLAR" AMES, IOWA Beauty Shops TILDEN MFG. CO. BEAUTY NOOK Band Uniforms Academic Apparel Sheldon Munn Hotel 20855 Fifth Street Phone 2100 Camille Oberg Jo Ann Cole Airport CONTOURE BEAUTY SALON Manager-Lillian Anderson BUSBY'S PRIVATE AIRPORT HANGERS AVAILABLE Automobile Agencies and Dealers ALLEN MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet, Buick, and Plymouth Always Good Used Cars Automobile Bodies --- .Repairing AMES WHEEL AND FRAME ALIGNMENT CO. Baker VILIMEK PASTRY SHOP 223 Main Street Phone 2202 U Banks Phone 2891 FIELD BEAUTY SHOP PERMANENT WAVE-PLUS HAUPERT BEAUTY SALON Gladys N. Farrington, mang. Phone 250 MYONE BEAUTY SALON 32515 Main - Over Younkers Phone 527 Bicycles AMES CYCLE CO. MOTORCYCLES BICYCLES Book Stores STUDENT SUPPLY STORE South of the Campus Phone 164 Sporting Goods AMES TRUST 85 SAVINGS BANK "The Bank Where You Feel at Home" COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK WEST AMES UNION STORY TRUST 8a SAVINGS Capital Sz Surplus S125,000 Member F.D.I.C. Barber Shop SUPERIOR BARBER SHOP Ames Hi's Favorite I-Iaircutters 222 Main Street Bottlers AMES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO 'fnrink a Bite to Eat at 10, 2, and 4" Bowling AMES RECREATION Where High School Students Meet 111 East Main Building Materials HANSON LUMBER COMPANY 212 DUFF PHONE 10 One hundred two SCHOENEMAN BROS. LUMBER CO. Lumber, Paint, Co-al West End of Main Ph. 264 DIXON 'S CUT-RATE DRUG STORE Cleaners and Dyers AMES PANTORIUM Quality Cleaners 410 Douglas Ave. LINDQUIST CLEANERS 120 HAYWARD PHONE 1700 Coal EDWARDS COAL COMPANY "Complete Heating Service" Phone 20 GILCHRIST COAL 85 FEED Guaranteed Coal and Fuel Oil Call 232 KIMLER COAL AND ICE CO. Kimler Service Phone 241 and 833 Dairy Products MOORE BROS. DAIRY Quality Dairy Products Phone 369 428 Fifth O'NEIL DAIRY COMPANY Excellent Service and Products In Ames for 28 Years WOODLAND DAIRY ICE CREAM Sz MILK Drugglsts ATHLETIC DRUG STORE 2816 VVEST STREET PHONE 1842 BROOKER DRUG STORE Hotel Sheldon-Munn Prescription Druggists JUDISCH BROS. PHARMACISTS Whitman's and Mrs. Stover's Candy Phone 70 We Deliver 1 SPRIGG 'S PHARMACY The-Rexall-Store West Ames Phone 1030 THE FRANK THEIS DRUG STORE 'The Rexall Store 217 Main Street 'I''jj,lQL.f25i5ZQv1?rL5if'Jill ivrffilgfv ARKAY FOOD, INC. Vitamins-MineralsPharmaceuticals We Supply Physicians Throughout the Nation HARMS' COLOGNES MANUFACTURE HZS WILL GIVE YOU THE AIR Dry Goods THE BROWN SHOP Ladies Sz Children Ready to Wear THE FAIR Dry Goods-Ready to Wear-Shoes-Millinery Ames, Iowa LILA B. FROMM Ready to Wear and Accessories 309 Main Phone 830 SHOP AND SAVE! ' J. C. PENNEY CO. SPURGEON'S Candies-Dry Goods-Ready-to-Wear West Main Street STEPHENSON'S Opposite Campus Famous for Fabrics Electric Supplies CAMPUS DRUG Cosmetics, Gifts Hall-Mark Greeting Cards MUNN ELECTRIC COMPANY 311 MAIN STREET PHONE 500 One hundred three Five Cents-One Dollar Store MQLELLAN 5c-81.00 STORE MAKE McLELLAN'S YOUR STORE Florists PAUL COE, FLORIST FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS EVERTS "Your Telegraph Florist" 208 Main Phone 490 Furniture HOVERSTEN FURNITURE PHONE 66 412 MAIN ST. NINTH STREET FOOD MARKET Quality Foods at Reasonable Prices RUSHINGUS SUPER VALU ' ' LOW EVERYDAY PRICES " UNITED FOOD STORE BUY VVELL-KNOWN BRANDS HERE WEST STREET JACK SPRATT STORE 2902 WEST STREET PHONE 2750 Hardware CARR HARDWARE CO. 16,000 Items For Your Convenience Phone 124 Gift Shops FLORENCE LANGFORD GIFT SHOP 413 DOUGLAS PHONE 554-J Glass ORNING GLASS AND AWNING CO. Automobile and Plate Glass Venetian Blinds and Awnings 4 Grocers AMES WHOLESALE FRUIT CO. PHONE 84 l3EMAN'S GROCERY AND MARKET PHONE 247 2422 KNAPP CAMPUS GROCERY Nationally Advertised Foods 103 Welch COMMUNITY Grocery Kc Market 114 Duff Avenue 5 Phones 52 MORRISON FOOD STORE 111 Kellogg Phone 622 Ames, Iowa CHRISTENSEN HARDWARE 125-127 Main Phone 12 TILDEN AND COLE LOCKER CO. HVVHAT A COMBINATION" Hatchery AMES HATCHERY COMPANY Chicks - Equipment - Poultry - Eggs 123 Kellogg Avenue Telephone 1025 Insurance Agents ASH AND ATKINSON Full Coverage Insurance Service City Loansg Investments BROWN INSURANCE AGENCY The Northwestern Mutual Life and General Insurance BURTON INSURANCE AGENCY Earl Holtz, Mgr. 511 Main - - Ames, Iowa I. J. FERGUSON Reserve Mutual Sz Stock Ins. 915 Wilson Ave. Phone 627 One hundred four SEAMAN A. KNAPP Air Travel - General Insurance Masonic Bldg. Phone 109 LaGRANGE INSURANCE AGENCY 15 Years Successful Insurance Business in Ames "Insurance and Its Service" A. J . MARTIN If It's Insurance or Real Estate We Have It Phone 161 213 5th St. McDOWELL INSURANCE AGENCY "Insure in Sure Insurance" Telephone 51 Ames, Iowa 319 Main Street Jewelers ABBOTT JEWELRY STORE Expert Watch Repairing 200 Main St. CHARLES G. RAY, JEWELER Hamilton, Waltham, Elgin Watches FRANK T. TALBERT, JEWELER PHONE 204-W L. C. TALLMAN JEVVELER Sz OPTOMETRIST Magic Supply AMES HIGH'S MAGIC SUPPLY Lots of Cute Tricks Phone 2198-W, 701, 2833 Mattresses AMES MATTRESS 85 FURN. CO. Inner Spring Si Cotton Felt Mattress Upholstering Service Phone 251 Meu's Clothiers DON BEAM MENSWEAR JAMESON'S Young Men's Wearing Apparel College Downtown M usieal I ustruiueuts ESCHRACH MUSIC HOUSE Conn Band Instruments Baldwin Pianos Office Supplies IY'A'O:'AII'OI'O'O'IIA'A'A'ZAl-YZiWZ-:Yl'l:'l'l:'l:::: REYNOLDS Sz IVERSEN La,unflfr7,g3 Books Stationery School Sz Office Supplies AMES LAUNDRY A lllA'AlAlllllAl A llllllllllllljlll-W-ll WAWA 'AWAWAWAWA DELUXE CLEANERS PM IRVINE HAVVKEYE LAUNDRY Paint anti Wallpaper Store LAUNDERERS-DRY CLEANERS Amt Mammals Leather Goods Plumbel'-9 D. E' PARSONS PALMER PLUMBING CO. Luggage and Ileather Goods Heating, Plumbing, Electrical Appliances 31016 Main PhOI16 1091 Locksmith Real Estate SUTHERLAND 85 SUTHERLAND Locksmiths Let Max Jimmy Your Locks MAHONE LIVERY STABLE 'OUR INVESTMENT IN THE BARNES' One hundred five Restaurants ART'S PLACE LET'S STOP FOR A COKE DAIRY LUNCH THE BEST PLACE TO EAT THE GRID SHELDON-MUNN HOTEL MAID-RITE SANDWICH SHOP "For the Best Hamburgers 1 in Town" - RAINBOW COFFEE SHOP American and Chinese Dishes Downtown Ames SCOTTY'S CHICKEN INN Sandwiches, Steaks, Barbecued Ribs 3332 Lincoln Way Phone 1831 Service Stations ART BAPPE Texaco Station Lincoln Way Sz Kellogg-Ph. 1819 FALL OIL CO. FALL INN GUY RUNYAN'S D-X SERVICE "Always Dependable" Lincolnway Sz Duff St. Phone 597 SMUTZ SERVICE 2002 LINCOLN WAY PHONE 95 YATES SERVICE STATION One Stop Service 327 5th Phone 58 Shoes THIS IS THE AD THE BIG SHOE STORE SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY EMERHOFF 'S Dependable Footwear 219 Main TRUEBLOOD 'S SHOES Good Shoes 2544' Lincoln Way Phone 1004 Shoe Repair CASTNER SHOE REPAIR Quality Shoe Repair Campus Town Supply Stores KNAPP STREET SUPPLY STORE Hamburgers - Ice Cream - Groceries Phone 2380 2419 Knapp WALKER DATE BUREAU TWO COMPETENT MANAGERS Taacicabs YELLOW CAB COMPANY Sheldon-Munn Hotel Phone 116 Tourist Courts AMES TOURIST COURT "A Home Away From Home" East Edge of Ames CONOCO MOTEL Modern Cottages-Locked Garages East Lincoln Way Transfer Companies PREHM TRANS. Sc STORAGE CO. "Service and Dependabilityu WE COULDN'T THINK OF 420 Main Phone 2700 BAUGE SHOE STORE WANTED 204 Main Street One Unsuspecting Sophomore Supreme Shoe Service 'A. Wolf One hundred stu' 15, 34, 47, 49, 56, 91 Aaberg, Gloria Abbott, Betty . Ackland, Bonnie . Adams, Doris . Adolph, Miss Florence Aikman, Marjorie Alderman, Verda . Alderman, Valois . Alexander, Lois Allen, Dorothy Allen, Marjorie . Amme, Marjorie Anderson, Betty Anderson, Edith Anderson, Gloria Anfenson, Marie Angle, Elmer . Anton, Marjorie . Armstrong, Dr. W. B. Arnold, Charlotte Arnold, Sherman . Arrasmith, David . Atanasoff, Elsie . Baker, Marcella Ballard, Eugene Barnes, Darleen . Barnes, Harriet Barr, Beverley Barrie, David . Bates, Bill . . Baustian, Barbara Beam, Elizabeth . Bechtel, Ilene . Becker, Helen . Behling, Neva Behm, Delores Bell, Kenyon Bender, Floyd . Berg, Betty . Berry, Barbara . Biester, Ada . Black, Fred . Boland, Kathleen . Bond, Mary . Books, Leatrice Books, Robert Bourland, Marie Bourland, Ruth . Bourne, Gerald . Bourne, Richard Bower, Miss Edna Bowers, Muriel . Boyer, Anne . Brahms, Gerhard . 34 51, 3, 14, 38 . 13 20, 2, 14, 18, 20, 15, 20, 4, 38, 45, 3, 16 51 16 38 16 33 I DEX 34 34, 47, 52 50, 52 38, 47 77, 38 38, 53 45, 58 38, 47 14, 34 34 51, 58, 34 34 20, 59 52, 78 34, 34, 62, 42, 47 3 20 38, 53 10, 51 , 34, 49 16, 38 52 50 52 49 10 77 38 65 20 57 73 52 77 38 91 34 65 38 13 38 20 54 38 20 69 93 55 20 60 66 91 38 54 91 57 38 51 66 20 91 57 88 49 52 49 81 54 34 54 69 53 38 78 53 Brandner, Keith . Breckenridge, Bruce . Brintnall, Justine . Brintnall, Mr. N. J. Brooker, Clarence Brouhard, John . Brown, Elsie . Buchanan, Jack Buck, Jim . Burdick, Dora . Burneson, Shirley Busby, Keith . Busby, Vivian Bush, Joe . Byrnes, Betty Byrnes, Marilyn Caine, Alfred . Caltvedt, Marcella Calvin, Mildred . Campbell, Bob . . Canvin, Miss Madeline . Carlson, May . . Carlson, Ruth . Carr, Donna . . . Carter, Virginia . . Carty, Ed . 18, 21, 59, Chappell, Clayton . Champlin, Bob . . Chase, Bob . . Chase, Elizabeth . Christensen, Mary Lou Clapp, Clapp Clark Clark Clark Elva . Nancy Henry James , Shirley Clarke, Bill . Clem, Dorothy . Clemens, Shirley . Cleverly, Harold Cleverly, James . Cline, James Cody, Dorothy Coe, Richard Cole, Arlene Cole, Nance . Comstock, Bob Connolly, Zelda Conroy, Donald . Cook, Jean . Cooper, Gerald Coover, Martha . Corbin, Eugene . Cottrill, Walter . Cowden, Dorothy . . . 34, 54, 55 . 34, 44, 55, 71 18, 20, 49, 78, 91, 93 . . . . 8 . . 38, 9.2 . 34, 55, 62, 66, 73 . . 38, 50 . 16, 21, 62, 74 16, 38, 65, 69, 85 . . . 38 . . . 38 . 34, 62, 66, 70, 93 34, 44, 55, 58, 76, 78 . . . 34, 62 . . 21, 76 . . . 38, 50 16, 21, 62, 63, 66, 73, 93 . . . 3-1 . . 21 34, 53, 62, 66 . . 10, 91 21, 54, 82 . . 38 . . 21, 54, 55 . 19, 21, 58, 60, 73 60, 62, 63, 70, 73, 81, 93 . . 38, 51, 53 . . . 5, 21, 62 34, 49, 51 . 34 38, 52, 60 . 34, 52 33, 34, 47, 57 . . 34, 47, 49 . . . . 34 . . . 34, 65 . 38 . 34, 54 . . 38 . 34, 50 21, 62, 66, 71 . 34, 52 . 34, 51, 91 . . . 34 . 34, 58, 78, 81, 93 31, 38, 42, 54, 55, 88 . . 31, 52, 38 . 34, 54 . 34, 54 . . 34, 54 34, 45, 47, 52, 78 . . . 33 . 31, 38 . 34, 49, 57 One hundred seven Cox, Ed . Cox, Mary , Cox, Mildred Cox, Rosa Lou . Crysler, Edwin . Cumberlin, Clifford Cupps, Robert . Dahl, Mary Lou Dailey, Dorothy Dana, Shirley . Darlington, Ed . Daugherty, Beverly Davi.s, Harry , Davis, Kenneth H. Davis, Kenneth L, Davis, Paul . Dawson, Dolores Day, Mr. Richard Decker, Dorothy Decker, Laura . Decker, Loretta . Demp-sey, Mrs. Sadie Denning, Cecil . De Vore, 'Charles Dickinson, Dale . Diehl, La Vaun . Dietz, Phil . Dietz, Sam . Dirksen, Ann . Disbrowe, Delores Dixon, George . Dixson, Don . Dodd, Charlotte Dodds, Mary . Dooley, Maxine . Dowd, Gordon Dunagan, Sheila Dunlap, Ellen Dyas, Dorothy , Earnest, Marion Easter, Bob . . Easter, Mr. Ronald Edenburn, Betty Edgar, Joyce . Edwards, Barbara Edwards, Mr. David Elliot, Blake . Elliot, Don . . Elliot, Mrs. Grace Elliot, Homer . Ellsworth, Helen Erdman, Helen . Erdman, Rose Erickson, Lois Ethington, Paul Ferguson, Frank Fincham, Jack Finnegan, Mary One hundred eight 35, . 47,49,5Q 31, 35, 49, 21,61 35, 38, 50 . . . 22 18,19,22,49,58 . . . 35 . . 22,44,51 14,35,52,58,76,78 . . 35,45,47 39, 47 1 22 39 39 39 Finnie, Bill . Fisher, Nancilue . Fitz, Ruth . , Fjare, Gertrude Fliare, Jurine . Fletcher, Charlotte . Flogstad, Paul , Forsyth, Marilyn Foster, Frances Frazier, Kathryn . Galligan, Jerry Galloway, Faith Galvin, Jerry Galvin, Joe . Garfield, David . Garfield, Ted Genaux, Ann . Genaux, Charles Genrich, Howard Gerdes, Lynn . Gibb, Ed . Gibbs, Earl . G-ibbs, Lauren Gilbert, Betty Gilkey, Arthur , Gillpatrick, Paul . Gilman, Anne . Gilson, Lois . Gilson, Ruth Goslin, Fred Graff, Jane Grant, Betty . Graves, Kenneth , Griffen, Don . Grimes, Betty . Gustafson, Larry I-Iadish, Miss Helen Hagen, Charles . Hall, John F. . Hall, John S. . . Hall, Mary Elizabeth Hamilton, Doris . Hammond, Bill . Hanger, Dorothy Hansel, Pat . Harestad, Lois . Harlan, John . Harms, Mr. John . Hart, Grace . . Hartman, Ted . . Hartsook, Miss Fern Harvey, Vincent , Haugen, David , Hausrath, Dean . Hendrickson, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Robert Herzberg, Doris . Hiland, Jack . 14 2, 15, 18 10 23 . 5 Hixon, Walter . Hockman. Bill . Hockman, Phyllis Hoff, Ted . . Hohenshell, Muriel Holbert, Mary . Holl, Bruce . Holler, Fred . Holler, Lois . Holmes, Jim . Holt, Miss Helen Hoon, Bernadine Hoppins, Harold Hovde, Andriene Howell, Mr. Frank B Hutchens, Fyrne Illelnan, Don . Jackson, Barbara Jackson, Jean . Jacob, Mary . J ebousek, Kathryn Johnson, Rex . Johnson, Virginia Johnston, Joan . Jondall, Robert Jones, Barbara Jones, Dorothy Jones, Maynard Kaestner, Joyce . Keigley, Edna . Keith, Marilyn Keller, Dorothy . Kelley, Jack . Kellogg, Marvin Kellogg, Oliver Kelly, Dorothy . Kephart, Elizabeth Kimler, Jim . Kimler, Nita . Kincheloe, Raymond Kingkade, Don . Klein, Lois Knuths, Ione Knuths, Ruth Koch, Erma . Kulow, Virginia Kurtz, Mason . Kyle, Jo Ann . Ladwig, Velma Lange, Elmer . Langland, Lowell Larsen, Einar . 16, 24, Larson, James . Larson, Virginia Latherow, Lucille Lauer, Gloria . La Velle, Barbara 15, 23, . 39 35, 53, 54 . 39 16, 39, 56 39, 50 35, 54 10, 32 . 23 35, 47, 49 5, 23, 71 31, 55, 58 31, 35, 55 35, 51 . 35 39,47,50,52 23,51,53,71 . 35,51 . 39,54,55 . 36,52 36,49, 39 24,76,77,78,90 24,62,81,88 . 39,42,52 . 39 36,54 . 39 . 24,46 . . 39 . . 24 19,24 49,60,78 . . 36 . 24,31 15 18,24,46 46, 62 2, 24, . 31 74, 85, 91 40, 51, 54 . 40 30, 44, 55 40, 52, 77 1 9 v Lechner, Frank . Lee, Eva fBatesJ . Lein, Lucille . Lewis, Shirley . Lidell, Oma . . Lindstrom, Rosemary Lint, Kenneth . . Loomis, David . Lorch, Robert . . Lunsford, Miss Alvira. . Lynne, Morna . . McClain, Bruce . McClelland, Jean . McClelland, Catharine McClintock, Harold . McClure, Mary . McColly, La Vone . McCormack, Bill McCoy, Bette . McCoy, Robert , McDonald, Je-an . 25 McDonald, Marjorie . McElhinney, Helen . McElyea, Miss Eleanor McGee, Jack . . McGuire, Marilyn . McKee Patricia , McKelvey, Martha . McKinley, Jacqueline . McLaughlin, Blossom McNally, Miss Mary . Maakestad, Bob . Maakestad, Loren . Mabe, Bob . . . MacDonald, Ruth Maddigan, Betty Mahone, Bill . Maitland, Robert Mallory, Dorothy . Maney, Tom . 25 Manning, Virginia , Mannschreck, Jack . Mannschreck, Norma . Martin, Arthur . Martin, Dorothy Marvin, Shirley . Mason, Virginia Matson, Donna . Matters, Kenneth . Mayo, Kenneth . Meads, Marjanne Meeker, Prof. W. H. Menefe, Miss Julia Mengelberg, Stefan Merrill, Bill . Merrill, D. Jean . Miller, Alice . Miller, Alyce 16, 40 18, 25 40 33 45, 46, 55 25, 58, 60 40, . 25, 51, 58, 60 25, 55, 62 , 46, 48, 49 One hundred nme 1 Miller, Miller, Miller, Edward . Ellard . Mrs. Flora T. Miller, Miss Mary Mitchell, Carolyn Mitchell, Leroy , Mitchell, Paul . Mitchell, Samuel . Moody, Rosemary . Moore, Betty . Moore, Don . Moore, Edward . Moore, 'T. M. . Morris, Day , Morris, James Morris, Mary . Morrison, Beatrice Morrison, Harold Morrison, John . Morrissey, Barbara Moyer, Don . . Mullen, Kathryn . Murray, Dr. W. G. Myers, Bill . . Myers, Myers, Mary . Robert Myers, Wendell , Nelsen, Don . . Nelson, Miss Charlotte Nelson, Delbert . Newhouse, Virgil . Nichols, Daryl Nichols, Helen Nichols, Yvonne . Nicholson, Thomas . Nowlin, Dick . Nutty, Jeanne Nutty, John . O'Donnell, Patty . Ohlsen, Anita . Olson, Colleen Olson, Wallace 0,Neil, Frances Opheim, James Osborne, Margery Otopalik, Mary Otto, Wendeline Overland, Junior . Oxborrow, Miss Blanche Paine, Frank . . Parker, Lucille . Patten, Kathleen Patterson, Betty Paul, Nadine . Paulson, Ardis . Peck, Dorothy Penna, Betty . Peterson, Bob One himrlred ten . 40, 47, 50 . 15, 40, 65 . . 15, 26 . . . 31 15, 40, 47, 50, 56 . , 26 36 40, 65 . 36, 62 36, 49 . 40 . 40 26, 44, 59 14, 36, 44, 47, 51, 52, 58, 78 . 40 . . 11,47 . 26 . 36,49 36 36,52 . 36 . 26,57,60 14,18,19,26 26,51,58 40,50 . 40 32, 44, 36, 58,78 . . 51, 53 32, 36, 52, 58, 76, 78 . 11 16, 36 40, 42, 50, 27, 54 5, 27, ,53 Peterson, Don . Pickell, Celesta , Penney, Mrs. Melva Platt, Tom . . Polhemus, Dale . Porter, Dorothy . Porter, Miss Margaret Porter, Phyllis . Potee, Milton . Powell, Glendon Price, Betty . Price, Billy . Price, Duane . Pride, Polly . Puffett, David Pugh, Carroll Pyle, Ruth . Quade, Margie . Quaife, Kenneth . Quist, Margaret . Ragsdale, Barbara Ramsey, Dorothy Raver, Duane '. Redling, Anna . Reichardt, Evayleen Reichardt, Robert Rembold, William Rhoades, Earl . Richardson, Howard Richter, Robert . Riggs, Glenn . Riggs, Mary Alice . Ritland, Mr. Everett Ritts, Bill . Roberg, Darlene Roberg, Frances . Roberg, Fred . Roberg, Roger Roberts, Arlene Robertson, Deane Rodgers, Bette . Ronningen, Thor Rood, Bill . . Ross, Bruce . Rothacker, Mary Rozeboom, Ann Rude, Faye . Sampson, Charles Sass, Jean . . Sayre, Miss Laura Schlick, William Schneider, Bill . Schory, Bob . Schreiber, Jeanne Schwartz, Patty Lou Seversike, Carroll Sevold, Gordon Shadle, Owen . 27,51,T8 16,27 . 27 . 40 ,. .37,59,60 7,44,46,51,52,58 . 40 . 40 1 ' 16 14,1s,27,62 . . 40 . 11,18,65 15,33,37,47,50 16,31 . 31,40 . . . 16 3,19, 28, 46, 56, 62 .15, 18, 28, 52, 58 . 37, 47, 56 37, 51 18, 28,62 32, 37, 62, 70 . 37, 49 . . 41 32, 37, 51, 54 1 1 1 r x y s Shearer, Mary Jeanne Shipp, Archie Lou . Shockley, Alyce . Shriver, Robert . Sills, Bernice Sills, David Sills, Dwight Sills, Paul . Sill-s, Virginia . . Simmering, Mr. Lawrence Simpson, Bob . . Sjolander, Eric Sjurson, Sanford Skinner, Virginia Smalling, Mr. Ray Smith, Betty . Smith, Charlene . Smith, Mr. L. Wayne . Smith, Mary . Soma, Milton . Soreghan, Frank . Spatz, Miss Lelah Spicer, Carmi . Spratt, Irving Spurrier, Jeanne . Starbuck, Roberta Steger, Mr. Leonard Stephenson, Bob . Stephenson, James . Stewart, Oreta . Stewart, Robert . Stoaks, Gene . Stokka, Du Wayne Stoops, Lyle . Strain, Jean , Summers, Dick Sundall, Kenneth Sutherland, Jim . . Sutherland, Maxine Sutter, Frederic . Swank, Fred . Swartz, Duane . . Swedell, Mr. Bernard . Switzer, Phyllis . . Teigland, Duane Terrones, Helen Terrones, Tony . 'I'homas, Cathryn . Thomas, Lois . Thomas, Mary Thomas, Velva . Thomason Daryl Thomason Dorothy Thompson, Barbara Thompson Mary J. Thompson, Phyllis Thompson, Ronald Thorburn, Dr. 0. L. 37 . 12 11, 49 28 11 14, 16, 29, 62, 37, 5, 11, 59, Thornton, Clura . Thurmond, Frances Thurmond, Herbert Tilden, John . Tilden, Robert Town, Virginia . Trimble, Mrs. Rowena Turner, Ann . . Turner, Miss Marcia Ullestad, Ione . Valline, Barbara Valline, Bill . . Vance, Paul . 18, 2 Van Voorhis, Robert Vernon, Annabelle Vifquain, Elaine Vogt, Marguerite . Waetje, Wayne . Walker, Mary Walker, Ruth . Wall, Harold . Wall, Mary F'rances Walton, David . Walton, Donald Walton, Norma . Wantz, Dorothy Warren, Gene . 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