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School Life .
Behind the Scene
Supt, Marvin Nodland, Mr. N. J. Brintna1l,Dr. VV. G. Murray, Prof. W. H. Meeker, Mr. Frank B.
Howell, Mr. Frank Adams, Mr. David Edwards
EEPING the nine sehools of
Allies runningg normal, in spite
of the war, has been the chief aim
of the Ames Board of Education
ln the eapable hands of the
sehool board the problems of re-
placing teachers, who have gone to
other positions or entered the arm-
ed form-es, has heen solved and the
schools of IXIIIUS have operated this
past year with a complete faculty.
ln Mareh of 1945 Professor
YV. H. Meeker, president of the
hoard in 1944-45, completed thirty-
three years as a member of the
Board of Education. During these
tliirty-three years he served six-
teen times as president. Professor
Meeker deserves special recogni-
tion for the tine work he has done
in helping promote education in
the puhlie schools of Ames. Mr.
Ray filllllllllgllillll was elected to
the hoard to till the vacancy cre-
ated hy expiration of Professor
Mr. David Edwards eompleted
fifteen years of serviee in March
of this year. Other members of the
Board and their period of service
are as follows: N. Ji. Brintnall, tive
years, lVilliam Gr. Murray, four
years, and Frank E. Adams, one
year. Mr. Hiram Munn is treas-
urer and Mr. Frank H. Howell is
secretary of the Board of Educa-
The Board meets regularly on
the second Monday of eaeli month.
IVING full lmeking fe every
selmul zlefivity, P1'i11eipalHe1'-
berf Admins, f01'II121lly of Le Mars
Iowa. eonclueferl his initial year in
Ames Iligh Selmel. Every stu-
dent seen eensiclererl him il real
eounselm' and friend. ellis genuine
interesf in young' people was shown
in his 0l1il1llSl2lStlC support in estab-
lishing The Cyclone Center.
THING his lllillljIlll'2ll year,
lllzlrvin 'l'. Nmllziml, superin-
tendent ef selieols, took an zu-'five
interest in Ames llighls students
A nieniher of Ames' eivie eluhs,
Mr. Nlilllilllll z1i'1'z1i1,Qgefl lll2lll.V H1110-
ly lll"0g'1'2ll1lS for pulmlie ferunis.
'llhe new Sllll0l'll1il'll4l0llT lmeezxnie
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enfs with whoni he Pilllll' in eunfzu-T.
Toe Row: Brandt, Hartsook, Bartlett, Adolph, Hartt,
B0'l"l'llIXl Row: Kaplan, Canvin, Beattie, Firth
MHS started the sehool year
with lllillly new teaehers and
a new administration hut all posi-
tions were ahly iilled so that the
school standards might continue
to he high. Even though students
are perpetually protesting' against
long 2lSSlgIllllll'lliS and surprise
tests, they know that the high
seholastie standards maintained at
Annes Iligh are a result of a pa-
tient and understanding' faeulty
that teaehes thenl.
Eaeh fiwlliij'1l10lllilO1' in addition
to teaehingr duties sponsors one or
inore organizations, a elass, or
aetivity sonletinie during the year.
1"l0I'l'lIl'I' .lrlolplf-instruets the fel-
lows and girls in the art of better
living. Harriett limffie-entertains
with voeal talents and makes better
e i t i Z e ll s. IVl'SII',lj lir1rfIetf-stru,9g-
gles between making chemists and
putting out a yearbook. Ed 11 rr
I3ou'er-trains niusieal aspirants in-
to exeellent voeal groups. Edith
If ru In y-genially drills ambitious
violinists. 1"r1u1lf Brumlf-directs
plays, takes entrants to speeeh eon-
tests, develops puhlie speakers,
.i'IllliI'll.lll' f'ru11'z'11-drills iirst year
eonnnereial students on funda-
nlentals of shorthand and typing.
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T111' Row: Wilcox, Covey, Mvlhiirg, Slaichert, Miller
B11'r'rm1 Row: Ruth, K1-ster, McNally, Nelson, McMilli11
ir Tuberculosis test for High School students
Victory Through Health
R. K. C. Piercy and Mrs. Sadie
Dempsey conducted an ex-
tensive health program tl1is year.
Their program aimed to keep
Ames lligh students as physically
tit as possible.
Following the established cus-
tom, all students who were absent
because of illness for more than
three successive days were requir-
ed to receive an admission slip
from the health office before re-
entering school. . x
.Besides their regular program
of checking eyes, ears, and teeth, a
tuberculin testing program was
conducted by the health office. All
positive cases were given chest
X-rays for further examination.
Special funds were used by the
health office to provide medical
attention to those who Were not
capable of paying the expenses.
Complete physical examinations
were given to all sophomores and
juniors. This enabled them to bet-
ter tell if the students were able
to stand the increased strain of
high school physical education.
This department Worked in close
connection with the health office
to have more healthy students.
lVith the completion of this year's
examination sehetltife. all of the
high school students had been ex-
amined. It is planned to examine
each incoming sophomore class so
that every student will have the
benefit of these physical exami-
HIS year for the first tiine,
AlllL'l'll'illl Red Uross aetivities
in Ames High were earried out
through the work of a Junior Red
Cross Founeil, under the direction
of Miss Esther lvilllillllli.
The work of the eouneil was
organized by Elsie Brown in eon-
neetion with the county ehairnian,
Mrs. Martin Fritz. At Lake Min-
netonka, Elsie was prepared for
this Work in a Junior Red Cross
camp last sunnner.
During the Junior Red Cross
drive which was held last fall, a
total of more than eighty-seven
dollars was eolleeted, a new reeord
for our school.
One hundred and twenty-five
boxes were packed by higli sehool
students to he distributed to lnen
on their way overseas on Christ-
n1as. Also during the 0lll'lSi'lll2lS
season, eopies of favorite earols
were typed by advanced eonnner-
eial students and prepared for
booklets to be given to serviee
Miss lVillianis, Elsie, and the
reniainder of the eouneil deserve
special eoniniendation for their
inauguration of this fine program.
Tor Row: Swanson, Bradish, Rothaeker, Armstrong, Loomis, Schultz, Willis
Timm Row: Daugherty, Graff, Pyle, Wunderle, Starbuck, B. Martin
Slceoxn Row: E. Brown, Clemens, Bretnall, E. Vifquain, McCormick, Butler
Bo'r'roM Row: D. Severson, Porter, Miss Williams, Blanchard, R. Knnths
-lr Mrs. Elliott
'A' Miss Sayre
ir Cogs of Superintendenfs office
S THE hub of a Wheel the
superintendant's office served
to coordinate the An1es School
Staffed by Mrs. Grace Elliot and
Miss Laura Sayre this office sent
out bulletins of information enabl-
ing all the schools to Work more
In addition to this, their duties
include assisting Mr. Nodland in
ordering and distributing all the
text books and supplies necessary,
selecting and supervising the teach-
ers, and preparing the budget.
As part of their program, also,
came the arrangement and conduct-
ing of the adult education program
and the city forums.
Among the forums held during
the year Was a talk by Major Ken-
neth M. Brown Who spoke on HD-
Day and After with tl1e British
Forces." Earl Hall from Mason
City gave a talk on his experiences
in Europe in HA Roving Editor
Speaks." 'tT'he Critical Period,
1945-195O," was the title of tl1e ad-
dress given by Robert Norton to
the forum audience. Dr. Hans
Simons, noted lecturer and author-
ity on World affairs, discussed "The
Future of Europe" with special
emphasis on what to do with post-
The budget is prepared during
the summer and the superin-
tendent's report is given. The at-
tendance record for every student
is also found in this office.
The Assembly Line
EEPING ol10ok ou four lum-
drvd and lifty-four students
and twenty-11i11o faculty 111CIlll7CI'S
appeared to bo a fI'ClllOIlClO11S task,
but to Miss Erma Zi111111er111a11, it
was "all in a clay's work." In the
pri11oipal's olTivv, all tlio l1igl1
school aotivitios woro ooorcliiiatcfcl
so that tl1v building lim-z1111v a
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lastiv aucl 2lff0ll4l2llll'0 1'o1-orcls wore
co11'1pil0d l101'0. A daily bulletin
was sm-ut out from lilll' offivc to each
tea0l1er, thus, all ll0Il1O rooms wore
kept lIlf0l'IYl0ll as to the clay's pro-
Miss Zlll'lII1l'l'I1l2lll, iuoro g2,'Cl10l'2lllj'
known as NljI'lIl2l,H liall duties
Wl1icl1 ll1l'l1lfl6fl givi11g' offivial ap-
proval to all passvs, approving. or
it Mrs. Sovewsori supe-rvises
lllS3pIll.'0Vl11g all excuses for ab-
SOI100 or tardivs and supervising
tl10 offivc training of ilClV2ll1I'0 com-
'l'l1P responsibilitios of these girls
were the Qf?ll'l191'lI1g up of atten-
rlamro slips, the rloliveriug of pass-
vs a11rl lll0Il10I'2l1l4l2l to tlw tcavlivrs,
taking tolcpliouo calls and clis-
tributing the IIIUIIPTOIIS SOVl'Ill'll
'l'o Mrs. Itllllilllfbl' S0vv1'so11 fell
the cluty of supervising llll' library.
She sorved as a sponsor for Libra-
ry f"lub aurl was i11 vliargrv of tlu'
Elllllllill vliec-k of all thc library
books. lt was also bor fluty to
L'Ill01'l2llll EI'lllZl,S sovc-11tl1 period
guests who wcrv assigned to tl1o
if Erma keeps high school office
Toi' Row: Sjurson, Sowers, Angle, Schmidt, Downs, J. Smith
Mllllll.I'I Row: Gill, N. Vifquain, B. Weber, Bretnall, Jacob, L. Day, Schultz, Allbaugh
B0'l"l'0M Row: Brahms, Miss Hartsook, Ricketts, McKee, A. Martin
EMOCRAUY of the United
States is carried through in
Ames High School by the 'student
This body is composed of the
presidents of the eighteen home
POOIIIS. Seven committees, a noon
hour one having been added the
last semester of 1944-45, are ap-
pointed each semester to handle
the important services of the
Tl1e publicity committee has
charge of seeing that all school
events are well publicized. Or--
ganizing all of the matinee dances
and working during open house
were among the jobs of thc social
committee. All of the programs
presented for the student body
were planned by the assembly
committee. Keeping "Lost and
Found" running was the job done
by the service committee. The
citizenship committee sold stamps
and bonds as Well as checking on
the parking of cars and other
school rules. Every person who re-
ceived an award was first consider-
ed by the awards committee.
Added to its many war effort
activities, the council this year has,
along with the new administration,
been working toward improving
Ames High School. The Council
had charge of Open House and has
sponsored special assemblies.
Officers first and second semester
were Don Ricketts and Art Mar-
tin, presidents, Art Martin and
Gerhard Brahms, vice-presidents,
Pat McKee and Mary Lou Butler,
secretaries, Gerhard Brahms and
N o r v al Armstrong, treasurers.
Faculty adviser was Miss Fern
MES lIigh's monetary system
is handled by this group of
student treasurers. Every member
is responsible to Miss Mary Mc-
Nally, general treasurer, and Elsie
Brown, 11er assistant.
Duplicate cash books are kept
by both tl1e general treasurer and
by the students and are checked
once a month so the few errors
made were readily corrected. All
money is kept in a general check-
ing account. To make out a check,
the treasurer must write outa
requisition, sign it himself, have
the sponsor sign it and get Prin-
cipal Herbert Adams' signature.
This accomplished, Miss McNally
makes outgthe check for the amount
specified. Every activity operates
on a budget, which it is supposed
to follow as closely as possible.
Activities which have no visible
means of support are aided by or-
ganizations showing a profit for
the previous year.
Much credit is due to Miss Mc-
Nally and the student treasurers
for the success of their excellent
Toi- Row: H. Price, Merrill, Fincham, Brahms
Sm-oxn Row: Lidell, Johnston, McKelvey, Wunderle
Bo'r'roM Row: Wilkins, Miss McNally, E. Brown, Moody
Tor Row: Edwards, Rothacker, Gore, S. Arnold, Halden, Sowers, N. Vifquain, Aleock, A, Ballard,
R. Knight, Mallam
Tulum Row: R. Arrasmith, Aldinger, W. Peterson, Bechtel, A. Bourne, Akin, Schultz, Max
Wilhelm, Duvall, J. Smith
Slf:eoNn Row: Hixon, Hansel, Long, Downs, Merrill, Maney, D. Harper, Allbaugh, Borgnieyer,
B0'l"I'0M Row: Platt, Thomason, Suudall, Buck, Miss Miller, Holl, Brahms, Seversike, R. Bourne
In Case of Fire
NDER the able sponsorship
of Miss Ruth Miller the tire
squad earried out its duties very
sueeessfully the past year.
'Keeping the halls elear of ob-
struetions sueh as waste paper, odd
books, and stray students, eonduet--
ing tire drills and guarding the
doors of our fair sehool before legal
hours kept Fire Chief Jerry Gal-
vin and his eohorts on their toes at
Refusal to obey these upholders
of law brought many pink and blue
invitations from lQI'I112l,S outpost.
Sehool aetivity tiekets were given
to tire squad members as a reward
for their serviees.
Among the year's aeeomplish-
ments was the addition to the re-
eord books of a forty-nine seeond
tire drill in which live seconds were
slashed from the old time.
'l"he tire squad deserves eom-
mendation for its tine work in ear-
rying out its thankless tasks.
Boys are ehosen for their de-
pendability and their willingness
to eooperate with the faeulty and
students. The squad was so eon-
seientious about their duty that
they gave themselves seventh per-
iods for being absent or late to
duty. They are nominated by the
faeulty illlll voted on by students.
Members are on duty every other
week and ou early duty every few
weeks. 'l'hey hold a meeting week-
ly to diseuss improvements to keep
things running smoothly.
Leading the Way
Tor Row: Gill, Galvin, Angle, Ricketts, Sjolander, A. Martin
lvlmnmv: Row: Brahms, McClelland, McKee, Mr. Hartt, E,
Bo'r'roM Row: Tilden, Holler, Buck, Miss Beattie, Fineham
HOUGHTS of graduation sent
chills through some seniors and
excited others as the last days of
their last year approached.
Senior Senate, governing body
of the senior class, is composed of
four class officers, six homeroom
presidents and a representative
from each senior homeroom.
David Arrasmith Worked on the
"Senate7' in place of Homer Gill
who left at the semester.
The group formulates and pre-
sents to the senior class plans con-
cerning senior Week activities.
Members of the senate had charge
of games, food, transportation and
features of the picnic.
The picnic was held at the Coun-
try Club with one hundred and
fifty pounds of chicken being the
feature attraction. s
Outstanding individuals of tl1e
class achieved honor. Jerry Galvin,
all-state football guard, shared the
spotlight With Elaine Vifquain as
Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae, at the
Mid-Year Dance. Tl1e sophomore
elass of 1943 proudly watched Jim
Buck climb from his varsity posi-
tion then to being made captain
and an all-state forward in his sen-
Twenty class members were lost
to tl1e armed forces or colleges. The
army called Frank Ferguson,
Charles Genaux, Don Moore, Phil
Dietz and lValter llottrill while
Bill Biewin and LeRoy Mitchell
reported to the navy.
Clarence Brooker entered tl1e
Drake pharmacy school, while Bill
Merrill, Homer Gill, Maynard
lones, Roger Roberg and Ann
Genanx entered Iowa State College.
Sammy Mitchell and band
rythmically jazzed up several
matinees and an assembly, during
the year. The class and all Ames
owes n1ncl1 to Roger Roberg who
did so much to promote the Uyclone
Lois Jean Jewell and Mary Jean
Bond went to the state speech
eontest. Lois Jean was enter-
'A' Do they eat too much, Elsie and Lucille?
ed in the oratorieal elass and
Mary Jean in interpretive read-
Harriet Barnes accepted editor-
ship of the SPIRIT, and Barbara
Berry was honored as t'Spirit
You C'r1n't 'llalfe If TVHI1 You, a
sparkling comedy by Moss Ilart
and George Kauftman, which fi-
nanced the senior pienic was the
iinal dramatic effort of the class.
Previously as juniors they had
presented fllzosf 'I'1'r11'n by Arnold
Climax of the year came when
Ames High 's basketball team secur-
ed the state championship. Senior
members of the basketball team
were Jim Buck, Jerry Galvin. Don
Ricketts, llnd Gibbs, and lslruce
Otticers included Bob Tilden,
president, Jim Huck, vice-pres-
ident, Peggy Iloller, secretary,
Jack Fincham, treasurer.
Miss Harriett Beattie, Mr. D. fl.
Hartt and Miss Florence Adolph
sponsored the group.
-A? l-Iome Ee Class
BETTY M. ANDERSON
ELMER L. ANGLE
MARJORIE HOPE ANTON
DAVID D, ARRASMITH
HARLAN H. BAKER
JAY L. BECKLEY
MARY JEAN BOND
RICHARD W. BOURNE
BONNIE M. BOWERS
ELSIE M. BROWN
RUTH L. 'CARLSON
MARY LOU CHRISTENSON
HAROLD E. CLEVERLY
ROBERT D. COMSTOCK
BETTY ABBOTT: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3: representative 3: Dramatic Club 1 ....
MARJORIE ALLEN: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Girls' Glee
Club 1, .secretary 1: Student Council 1: SPIRIT staff 2: Homeroom president 1: Junior
Executive Council: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, secretary 3 . . . MARJORIE AMME: Girl
Reserve 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1: Homeroom secretary 3 . . . BETTY M. ANDERSON:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3: Dramatic Club 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, vice-president 2:
Cubs' Club 1 : Pep Club 2, 3: GAA Council 3
ELMER L. ANGLE: Hi-Y1, 2, 3: Student Council 3: Homeroom president 3: Varsity
Club 3: Senior Senate 3 . . . MARJORIE HOPE ANTON: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3 . . .
CHARLOTTE ARNOLD: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3:- Library Club 3 . . . DAVID D.
ARRASMITH: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 3: Orchestra 2: Student
Council 3: Senior Senate 3: Homeroom president 3
HARLAN H. BAKER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Homeroom vice-president 2 .... HARRIET
BARNES: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2: Orchestra 1, 2: Stu-
dent Council 2: SPIRIT staff 2, 3, editor 3: Cubs, Club 1, 2: Homeroom president 2:
Library Club 3 . . . RUSSELL BATMAN: Hi-Y 3: Cheer Squad 3 . . . ELIZABETH
BEAM: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3: Homeroom secretary 2
JAY L. BECKLEY: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3 .... BARBARA
BERRY: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, vice-president 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Girls'
Glee Club 1: SPIRIT staff 1: Homeroom secretary 1, vice-president 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3
. . . MARY JEAN BOND: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, president 3: Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, president 2: Junior Class secretary 2: Pep Club 2, 3:
GAA O0l1110ll point recorder 2 . . . RICHARD BOURNE: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Boys' Glee
Club 1 -
BONNIE M. BOWERS: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3 . . . GERHARD BRAHMS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3:
Boys' Glee Club 1: Student Council 3: treasurer and vice-president 3: Homeroom pres-
ident 3: Fire Squad 1, 2, 3 . . . CLARENCE BROOKER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3
. . . ELSIE M. BROWN: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2: Homeroom secretary
2: Library Club 2, 3: vice-president 3: assistant general treasurer: Junior Red Cross
JIM BUCK: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Student Council 1, 2: Senior Senate 3, vice-president: Home-
room president 1, 2: Yarsity Club 1, 2, 3 .... MARGIE BURK: Girl Reserve 3:
Mixed Chorus 3 . . . LAUREN BUTTERS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . RUTH L. CARLSON:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3: Service Committee
MARY LOU CHRISTENSON: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Girls' Glee
Club 1, 2, 3: Homeroom secretary 3 .'. . HAROLD E. CLEVERLY: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Home-
room vice-president 2 . . . ROBERT D. COMSTOCK: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . WALTER
COTTRILL: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3
DOROTHY DAILEY: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, Library Club 2, 3 . . .
HARRY R. DAVIS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Swing Band 2, 3 . . . SAM M. DIETZ: Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, Dramatic Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 1, Student Council 2., Home-
room activity director 1, president 2 . . . JOYCE EDGAR: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabi-
net 3, Dramatic Club 1, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3, Or-
chestra 2, SPIRIT staff 3, Senior Senate 3, Cubs, Club 1, Homeroom activity director 2
BLAKE ELLIOTT: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . DONALD D. ELLIOTT: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . .
JACK G. FINCHAM: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Senior Senate 3, Homeroom vice-president 1,
Junior Class president, Senior Class treasurer, Varsity Club 2, 3 . . . NANCILUE
FISHER: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Girls' Glee Club 1, Homeroom secretary 2, Cheer Squad 3, Library Club 3
M. JERRY GALVIN: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Student Council 1, 2, SPIRIT staff 3, Senior
Senate 3, Homeroom president 1, 2, activity director 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, vice-president 3,
Fire squad 1, 2, 3, chief 3 . . . DAVID GARFIELD: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Student Council
1, 2, secretary 2, Homeroom president 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3 . . ANN GENAUX:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Student Council 1, Homeroom president 1 . . .
CHARLES GENAUX: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom president 1, Band 1, 2, 3, librarian
2, president 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3 C
LYNN GERDES: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . BUD GIBBS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, secretary 2, 3, Student
Council 1, Homeroom president 1, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, president 3 . . . HOMER
GILL: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 1, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Homeroom president
3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3 . . . JANE GRAFF: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Girls' Glee
Club 1, Junior Executive Council, Dramatic Club 3, Mixed Chorus 3 -
KENNETH E. GRAVES: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . ELIZABETH HENDRICKSON: Girl
Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Mixed C'horus 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, vice-president
1, 2, president 3 . . . T. ROBERT HENDRICKSON: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, MURIEL HOHENSHELL: Girl Reserve
1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Homeroom activity director 3
BRUCE HOLL, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, vice-president 1, 2, president 2, 3, Debate Club 1, SPIRIT
staff 2, Homeroom secretary 1, vice-president 1, 2, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3
. . . PEGGY HOLLER: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Band
1, 2, Senior Senate 3, Homeroom vice-president 2, Senior Class secretary . . . KAY
JEBOUSEK: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3 . . . LOIS JEAN JEWELL: Girl Reserve 1, 3,
Dramatic Club 3
JOAN JOHNSTON: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, treasurer 3, Dramatic Club 1,
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, SIRIT staff 2, Cubs' Club 1, Homeroom activ-
ity director 1, secretary 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3 . . . MAYNARD JONES: Band 1, 2, Or-
chestra 1, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . DOROTHY KELLER, Girls Reserve 1, 2, 3, Dramatic
Club 2 . . . RAY KINCHELOE:i Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3
HARRY R. DAVIS
. SAM M. DIETZ
DONALD D. ELLIOTT
JACK G. FINCHAM
M. JERRY GALVIN
KENNETH E. GRAVES
T. ROBERT HENDRICKSON
LOIS JEAN JEVVELI.
JAMES C. KLEECII
LOIS JEAN KLEIN
RUTH E. KNUTIIS
JAMES A. LARSON
FRANK C. LECHNER
OMA JANE LIDELL
MARY LYNN Mc'CLURE
ROBERT C. MvCOY
M. MARGARET M1'GA V RAN
ARTHUR H. MARTIN
Q' ,AL-61,1 7
JAMES C. KLEESE: Hi-Y 3, Homeroom officer 3, from Hammond, Indiana ....
LOIS JEAN KLEIN: Girl Reserve 1, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 3 . . . RUTH E. KNFTHS:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee'Club 1, 2, SPIRIT staff 3 . . . JAMES
A. IARSON: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Home-
room vice-president 1
VIRGINIA LARSON: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Cubs' Club 1. 2,
Library Club 2, 3 . . . BARBARA LAVELLE: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Girls'
Glee Club 1, 2, SPIRIT staff 3, Homeroom vice-president 2, activity director 1, treasurer,
Pep Club 2, 3, GAA Council 2, secretary 3, Library Club 2, 3, president 3 . . . FRANK
C. LECHNER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom secretary 2, vice-president 1, 3 . . . OMA JANE
LIDELL, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2,
SPIRIT staff 2, 3, Cubs' Club 1, Homeroom activity director 3, Pep Club 2, 3, GAA
MORNA LYNNE: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Homeroom secretary 3, Pep
Club 3 . . . MARY CATHARINE MCCLELLAND: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus
3, Band 1, 2, 3, secretary 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Senior Senate 3, Cubs' Club 1, Home-
room activity director 1, vice-president 3 . . . MARY LYNN MCCLURE: Girl Reserve
1, 2, 3 . . . IAVONE MCCOLLY: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, representative 3
ROBERT C. MCCOY: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom secretary 3 . . . M. MARGARET
MCGAVRAN: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3, treasurer 3 . . . PAT MCKEE:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, Student Council 3, secretary 3, SPIRIT
staff 2, 3, Senior Senate 3, Cubs' Club 1, Homeroom activity director 1, secretary 2,
president 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Cheer Squad 1, GAA vice-president 2 . . . MARTHA
MCKELVEY: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Girls' Glee Club 1,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, secretary-treasurer 3.
BLOSSOM MCLAUGHLIN: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3 . . . PEGGY MALMBERG: From
Stanhope, Iowa end of first semester junior year, Girl Reserve 2, 3 . . .DORIS MARKT:
Girl Reserve 3, Homeroom representative3 . . . ARTHUR H. MARTIN: Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3, Orchestra 2, Student Coun-
cil 3, president 3, SPIRIT staff 3, Senior Senate 3, Homeroom president 3, Junior Class
vice-president, Varsity 2, 3
SHIRLEY MARVIN: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Band 3, Orchestra 1, 2,
Cubs' Club 2, Homeroom vice-president 1, 3 ...' VIRGINIA MASON: Girl Reserve 1,
2, 3 . . . BILL MERRILL: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 . . . ALYCE MILLER:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee
Club 2, Cubs' Club 1, Homeroom secretary 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, GAA president 3
CAROLYN MITCHELL: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, SPIRIT staff 3, Cubs' Club 1, 2, Homeroom activity director 3, Pep Club
3, GAA social director 3 . . . LEROY MITCHELL: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom pres-
ident 2 . . . SAM MITCHELL: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . ROSEMARY MOODY: Girl
Reserve. 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, Debate Club 1, 2, treasurer 1, 2,
Cubs' Club 1, 2
DAY MORRIS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom activity director 1, Varsity Club 3 . . .
RARRARA MORRISSEY: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, representative 3 . . . BEA MORRISON:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, representative 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2 . . . DON E. NELSON:
Hi-Y 1, 2 3
ROR NOWLIN, Hi-Y 3 . . . ANITA OHLSON: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 2
. . . COLLEEN OLSON: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1,
2, 3, president 3, Homeroom acticity director 3 . . . LUCILLE E. PARKER: Girl
Reserve 1, 2, 3, representative 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, 3
BETTY JO PENNA: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Girls, Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . CELESTA
PICKELL: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3 . . . TOM PLATT: Hi-Y
1, 2, 3 . . . PHYLLIS M. PORTER: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, president 2
BILL PRICE, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . BARBARA RAGSDALE: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Home-
room secretary 1, activity director 2, Library Club 2, 3 . . . DUANE RAVER: Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, president 2, Orchestra 1, 2, SPIRIT staff 2 . . . EVAYLEEN I.
REICHARDT: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, 2, Cubs' Club 1
DON RICKETTS: Moved from Zearing 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Council president 3, Sen-
ior Scnate 2, Homeroom president 2, Varsity Club 2, 3 . . . MARY ALICE RIGGS:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, secrretary-treasurer 2, Girls' Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, president 1, Orchestra 1, Student Council 2, Homeroom president 2, Jun-
ior Class treasurer . . . ROGER ROBERG: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Student Council 2, treasurer 2,
Homeroom activity director 1, vice-president 2, president 2 . . . BETTE JEAN RODGERS:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, Homeroom vice-president 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3
WILLIAM H. SCHNEIDER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . CARROLL L. SEVERSIKE: ,Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, Senior Senate 3, Homeroom vice-president 2 . . . ROBERT W. SEVEY: Moved
from Iowa Falls 2, I-Ii-Y 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, Band 2, Orchestra 2, SPIRIT staff 3,
advertising manager 3, Homeroom secretary 3 . . . MARY JEANNE SH-EARER: Girl
Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, secretary 3, Dramatic Club 2, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, sec-
retary 3, SPIRIT staff 2, 3, Cubs' Club 2, Homeroom treasurer 1, secretary 2, vice-
president 3, Pep Club 3
ALYCE SHOCKLEY: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Homeroom representative 2 . . . ERIC
SJOLANDERz Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . R-OBERTA STARBUCK: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cab-
inet 3, Dramatic Club 51, 2, 3, Cubs, Club 1, Library Club 3 . . . VELTA STEPHENS:
Moved from Lake City, Iowa 3, Girl Reserve 3, Homeroom representative 3
DON E. NELSON
LUCILLE E. PARKER
BETTY JO PENNA
PHYLLIS M. PORTER
EVAYLENE I. REICHARDT
MARY ALICE RIGGS
BETTE JEAN RODGERS
NVILLIAM H. SCHNEIDER
CARROLL L. SEVERSIKE
ROBERT W. SEVEY
MARY EANNE SHEARER
ROBERT W. STEWART
ORETA REA STEWART
KENNETH P. SUNDALL
FREDERICK C. SWANK
NORMAN E. SWENSON
DARYL L. THOMASON
MARY .IEAN THOMPSON
PHYLLIS 1. 'THOMPSON
HERBERT E. THURMOND
ROBERT C. TILDEN
ROBERT E. VAN VOORHIS
MARGARETTE E. VOG'T
VVILLIAM HAROLD NVALL
WINONA M. VVOODARD
ELSIE H. ZEA
ROBERT STEWART: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . ORETA REA STEWART: Girl Reserve 1,
2, 3, representative 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club I, Band 1 . . . SHIRLEE
SVMBERG: Moved from Boone 3, Girl Reserve 3, Dramaie Club 3 . . . KENNETH
D. SI'NDALL: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1
FREDERICK C. SWANK: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom vice-president 3 . . . NORMAN
E. SWENSEN: Hi-Y 2, 3 . . . IOIS THOMAS: Cirl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, robekeeper 3, Homeroom vice-president 1, secretary 2, treasurer
2: Pep Club 2, 3, GAA secretary-treasurer 3 . . . VELVA THOMAS: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3
DARYL L. THOMASON: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1 .... MARY JEAN
THOMPSON: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, representative 3 . . . PHYLLIS I. THOMPSON:
Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3, Girls' Glee Club
1, SI'IIu'1' staff 3, Cubs' Club 1, 2, Homeroom vice-president 1, Pep Club 3, president
3 . . . RONALD THOMPSON: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom activity director 3
FRANCES THURMOND: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 3, Girls' Glee Club 1
. . . HERBERT E. THITRMOND: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . ROBERT C. TILDEN: Hi-Y 1,
2, 3, Student Council 2, Senior Senate 3, Cubs' Club 2, Senior Class president 3,
Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 . . . IONE ULLESTAD: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club
1 2 3
ROBERT E. VAN VOORHIS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, robekeeper 2, Band
1, 2, 3 . . . Z. ELAINE VIFQUAIN, Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, 3, vice-president 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, SPIRIT staff 2, 3, Cubs' Club 1, Homeroom
vice-president 1, activity director 2, Pep Club 1, 3, Cheer Squad 2, Senior Senate 3
. . . MARGARETTE E. VOGT: Girl Reserve 3 . . . WILLIAM HAROLD WALL:
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom activity director 1, secretary 2, Cheer Squad 2
MARY' WHITLEY: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Girls' Glee
Club 1, 2, Student Council 1, SPIRIT staff 2, 3, organization editor 3, Cubs' Club 1,
Homeroom president 1, Junior Executive Council 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3
. . . JOAN WILKINS: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 2, Girls' Glee Club I: Orchestra 1,
Rand 1, Student Council 1, Homeroom president 1, secretary 2, Pep Club 3, secretary
3, Cheer Squad 2 .... IOHN WILLIS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1 . . . WINONA
M. WOODARD: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, cabinet 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3
VVAYNE WYMORE: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, president 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, Homeroom president 1, Varsity Club 3 . . . TED
ZANIAS: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 . . . ELSIE H. ZEA: Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, representative 3,
Library Club 1, 2, 3 . . . ART ZOELLNER: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Homeroom secretary 1
-A' Breckenridge twins ir Sophomore-s use High School facilities
OPHOMORES have at-quired a
reputation of typifying the
meek, the down-trodden, and the
unsure in Anies High, but this
yearis elass has, at least in part,
repudiated its bad nanie.
Take, for instanee, the athletie
prowess of some of its more stal-
wart youth. Ned Vifquain, Max
Sowers, and Stan De La Hunt each
made the varsity football teanig
Max again starred in basketball.
Our pride and joy, VVillie All--
baugrh, Went far in the state speech
eontest as a radio commentator.
And as iinal testiinony to the
absolute strength and integrity of
this upstanding 4-lass, witness that
statistics show there have been
fewer illnesses during the dissec-
tion of frogs in biology class this
year than in any previous year!
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I3o'1"1'ox1 Hows B. C1'21ig:, M. Craig, D. Clapp, C00. f'l121111h01's, M. l'lI1,L1Zll', Dyus
Toi' Row: Il. Harper, Elwvll, Hainer, Egenio, Harlt, Grothf, Ernst., Ijlwooml
lwlllllhli Row: Gore, Halcion, C. Haugen, F. Fitch, M, Ifowlvr, Grinstezul, Green, Ihnery
B4VI"l'0Nl Row: Gross. J. Gould. G. Gfrulcl, A. F4-1'g:,i1sP11, L. Finch, Eschhach, P. Fovsyth
Ton' Row: M. Hines, King, Jackson, Hippaka, Howard Jensen, Kooser, Iverson, Harris Jensen
1 l Ho e C. Knuths, Kershner, Honsinger, Holland, D. Hines,
MIlllbl.l'I Row: E. Johnson, Heg ant, us ,
Bo'r'roM Row: E. Johns, A, Hotchkiss, Kyle, Jacob, D. Jones, J. Jones, Inman
'fhai 'rho Thing clovs not just ,qivv up
Only onvc- in a great whilc mloos
a Tc-ani ll0l'0llll' hasckvthall state
vllainps, hui whon a nu-nihcr of Tha?
ll"2llIl is a sophoniorc if is really
IIUNVS. Max Sowors hall This honoi'
hvsfowvcl upon hini This yoar. Max
aniazc-rl 'rho spm-4-'rators all during
The svason as a stellar guarml. llv
was not 4'0I1li'lll' to ho just an omli-
nary lllilyill' hut showml suvh skill
and Ql1lllU'iUll'Q lhaf ho was ono of
Two playors 'fo play 'rho full llllll'
of all 'rho final stato lUll1'll2lllll'l1l'
QQZIIIICS. You van soo Max as an all
around aflilcio whon you know that
ho playwl a 1'osv1'vc- position on the
varsity foothall squad and was also
a llltlllllltll' of thc haschall tcani.
"Any 1'csc111hlc11vc to pcrsons
living' or th-ad" might wcll hc his
motto as Bill Allhaugli works as
Stllllltl-0l:ft't'l'S lllilll at Iowa Statt-'s
"Radio xV0l'liSll0ll.,, Ainoug' sonic
of l3ill's past sounds arc thosc
licarcl i11 Tom Srfzfjffffi' prcsciitccl hy
thc lVtb1'liSl10lJ. Bill docs not limit
his raflio work to just sound cticcvts
for lic Wt'lll' to thc Statc Spcccli
contcst as a 111c111hc1' of thc lV1'llou'-
plufv vast and as a radio l'Ullllllt'll-
tator. lVllt'll sound cigfc-cts gt-t'
rcally good i11 thc flll'l1l'0 wc will
all know that it is lD0t'2lllSl' Bill has
tinally attaiiictl his goal.
Tor Row: B. Martin, Lawlor, Moore, Mcliaiiglilin, llflllllll, Mollcston, C, Litchtlelfl, M. Larson.
J. McClure, Lake
MlIDlll.l'I Row: R. Morris, McNeil, Mock, Marklcy, Light, Loflden, li0l'l.0I'1, Matters, MCNlll.l., MCI'l3l'l2llltl
Iiorroxi Row: Morford, Myers, Livingston, D. Litchfield, McCor111ick, McDonald, McCann, V. Miller
Toi- Row: Parriott, Ryan, B. Smith, Polhemus, Shipley, Schultz, Sowers, W. Peterson
lvlllllblli Row: P. Smith, G. Nctcott, Scvdc, Rothacker, P. Scvcrson, Rorabaugli, Nicliolson, T. Smith
Pierson, Charlotte Olsan
Bo'r'1'ox1 Row: Nctcott, D. Scvvrson, Rcmbold, M. Powers, Nichols, Rushing, P. Price, Soreglian
NVNVL' alll lll'2l1'fl tales of innom-Ont
soplionioros but 'rlicso top all.
Iniziginc Miss N0lson's Olllllilf-
l'ZlSSlll0lll' wlwn :if opon lionso in
Toi' Row: J, Taylor, Vore,
MlllIll,l1I Row: Winslow, W
Borrow: Row: Thornton,
The fall slio askvd Sian D0 La Hunt
21 quvsfion. lVliz1T was his reply?
"You clicln't Toll us wo were going:
To lmvv that question."
K. Taylor, N, Vifquain, Twret, Weaver, Howard Tlllll'lll0Ilil, Stahl,
alker, Turner, Myrna Willielni, Tliorburn, Stvplienson, R. Taylor, Ulil,
Tor Row: Daijme, Alain, A. Ballzircl, ll. Arnold, Arnistrrznjr, Alcock, Breon, Borhow
Miimm: Row: R. I
Brown, S. Arnold, Andrus, Bzltos, Bizidisli, Beckor, Burgzgor, Braun
B4l'l"l'0Nl How: J. Allen, Bowers, Borg, Burnliznn, Brotnzill, llurrott, l. Brown
Westervelt, N. Wilson, Younians, Townsoncl, R. Stock, IJ, Taylor,
'l'o1- Row: N. Forsyth, Duvall, Denby, D. Fitch, Downs, Cliristofferson, M. Davis, E1lw11r1ls
Ml11111,11: Row: Chosling, Erickson, Fitz, Ersland, Fenloy, Dobbe, Cox
B0'l"l'01I Row: Coy, Chase, J. Fowler, Caldwell, Clemens, Ellsworth, B. Finch
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Tor Row: Nass, Perry, H. Price, D. Olson, Nortmn, D. Peterson
Mionuc Row: R, Olson, Overland, M, Peterson, Nolta, Pyle, O'Neil, Nowlin
Bo'r'roM Row: Przitlier, Purkliouse, Prelun, Odell, S. Powers, Neff
Toi- Row: Lfintz, lvlullani, Lzinde, B. K'1uths, R. Knight, B, Mason, Loomis, XV. Morris
Minomz Row: Long, Maney, Knutson, Minott, Magill, Mueller, Mzirrs, Mather
Ilorroxi Row: J. A. Larson, McKinley, Kauffman, I.. Miller, Loving, J. I., Il2l.l'S0ll, lvlclfllyozi
oluovg Konnotli llzlrtt, Fl'Ullt'il horn,
Arstriml Knutson, piano: Max
llincs, sux 3 Mz1i'gg,'z11'0t E1lg'zii', violin.
'llliroo pzlirs of itll-iitiml twins
:intl tliret- pairs of lirotlior :incl sis-
ter twins zlttomlt-fl Ames High
during tlic- your.
Junior twins were llevorly and
l3z11'liz1r:1 Wzu'roll. 'llliey found that
tllo main llllSf0l'illlll' of lit-ing twins
'1'h if-I if-six
was tiutling' vlotlios ulilio. iiillllllllil
zincl Honzilcl Olson worm' twins IIQWV
to Amos lligli tliis your.
Sooliomores lilstln-1' zlncl iiiillillllll'
l31'eck0i11'imlg'o enjoy lu-ing' twins
iJ0l'2lllSO of the 1-onipunionsliii1.
Howard 21 11 ml iIi2l1'l'lS Ji-iiseii
1-'laini that they arc- twins only in
looks for tlioir interosts are varied.
Elizzllietli and Robert llenclrivk-
son i12lVO a 0losc f1'i011dsl1ip which
i110l111l0s H10 ,ioinf 0VVll01'Sillll of a
Ruth and I210il0l'i' K1111'fl1s l1av0
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11111st know how to pilot a plana-.
'iillllll Tl101'0 was T110 H1110 that
Phyllis S1111111101's l'Ol.ll2ll'iiOfi 'fo a
1'i2lSSlll2li0 that Sill' l1at0rl to fake
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io110d as 'ro wliy, sl10 said, "Oli,
tl10y '1'0 so w0f."
Mo1'0 flc-'rails of fill' ,i1111io1' vlass
lif0 lllilj' bv found Oll H10 110Xt pago.
Toi' Row: J. Smith, Rufio, Robbins, Ray, M. Smith, Sclinlidt, Reynolds
M11111114: Row: Scott, Thivl, I.. Rodgors, SllHl1ll9l'S, Sjurson, R. Ross, Swanson
B0'l"I'0M Row: E. Stock, E. Smith, B. Ross, Scha11cl10, Ste-v011s, Robinson, Stoaks
0 , dw,
Toi' Row: K. Wallace, Z0no1', M. Zoellner, D. Wilson, Max Wilhelm, Ulle-stead, D. Zoa
Mllllll,l'I Row: Wright, B. W9bel', Wundei-10, Wilcox, Wetteland
Bo'r1'ox1 Row: White, M. Wallace, VVEll'l'e11, Barbara Wa1'1'elI, Beverly vVill'l'9li, Webb, M, Wobbei'
Tor Row: H. Robbins, Knight, Wunderle, Alcock, Marrs
Bo'1"roM Row: Miss Canvin, J. L. Larson, Mr. Covey, Robinson, Miss McMillan
AJBORING under the niiglity
hand of tlie senior elass, the
juniors soon over looked all bar-
riers and obtained a reputation as
enthusiastic Ames High leaders.
In order to baek the inaebinery
Working sniootlily, exec-utive duties
of the elass were bestowed upon
Rolland Knight, presidentg Herb
Robbins, viee-president and Jeanne
L. Larson, secretary. Problems
too large for the students to eope
with were eapably executed by
elass sponsors, Miss Madeline Can-
vin, Miss Leta MeMillin, and Mr.
Hi Covey. Other nienibers of the
exeentive eouneil included Jack
Marrs, Rosalie Robinson and Dick
Aleoek. The eooperation of every
junior was neeessary for the sale
of tiekets for the Junior 1-lass play.
The Junior class Went Oriental
to present as their play Lost Hori-
zon, by Janies Hilton. 'l"l1e play
involved llllllfll Work for a large
stage crew beeause of the aniount
of seenerv involved.
Representing the Junior Class
in the east Were:
C711 ll ng ...... Dick Arnold
H clan .... Marian Cliesling
Mr. Bflrnard . . . Bob Loomis
. . Bob Long
LoTs1'12 . . .
fl0H1l'II,lj . .
,lzf lling .
Trish 1' .
Myra . .
1a'l1'z1rhrlf.' . .
llyjjlllllll . . .
'Illw High Llama
. Lew Andrus
. Ellen Stock
. Betsy Ross
. Harry Priee
. Arba lVl1ite
. Jane Pyle
. Bob Norton
Juniors and seniors dane ed
aboard a pirate ship at their prom
held on May -l. llomplete with a
low hanging ceiling. a treasure
map, and pirates' eave the gym
was magieally transformed. Red.
blaek and White. typieal pirate
eolors. were used. The prom was
finaneed by proeeeds from the
junior elass play.
Prexy "Rolly" Knight is given
xi' Junior Class play
much credit for sinking an impos-
sible basket to enable Ames to de-
feat Nevada early in the state
Harry Priee worked as assistant
to Mr. D. G. llartt. athletie man-
ager. in keeping tl1e finances of the
athletie department straight. It
was his job to distribute eheeks and
to aeeount for all expenditures.
The originality of the junior
elass Was shown during the adver--
tising for tl1e prom when they pre-
sented a melodrama sponsored by
"Hurly-Burly chewing tobaeeof'
Paul Sjurson gained mueh at-
te11tion for sheer determination
during the basketball season.
George Duvall Was seleeted on one
of tl1e all tournament teams as Well
as on Jack North's first basketball
team. He was one of two players
to play the entire time during the
state tournament linals.
'A' Do they balance, Harry?
t Gossip is at vivious thing, girls
Flyvs for 111011 other only,
Lynn and Jun
intl June putronizv Millie in stump lmtth
'A' IJru111z1tic's, no doubt
.Xnws lligll Fttllfllll' it
on uutvh as usual this your with
ilu- "gossip svssimtsf' HSJf021lll0S,7,
llmbll limu' 4-rzunntittg for that Zlfflllk-
umm test, plays, and lutlpiugg thv
wzu' 0iTm't by buyi 0
nag stzuups and
1 51 Mn
Juniors use study hall at noon
-w',f I X
Presenting the Staff
ARFH 0211110 i11 like a lion, Zlllil
the thirty I11OIIll7QI'S of SPIRIT
staff worked faithfully to meet the
copy deadline o11 tl1e iifteenth of
March. Harriet Barnes, Orna
Lidell, and Mary XVl1itlev spent
Illillly "late sessions" assembling
write-ups as tl1e typists POI1llCI'CCl
weak and vvearv over lllf? revised
lVe all sang tl1e praises of Har-
riet llarnes, editor, who despite
tl1e seeniingrly lllSl1I'lllOllllfZllJlC dif-
iieulties, guided us through a sue-
'llhe advertising staff devoted
itself to an all out effort and sold
a reeord breaking 1111ll1lJOI' of year-
hooks. More advertising' Was sold
than i11 any previous year. Bob
Sevey l1eaded this staff.
VVe kept out of tl16 tired" due
to tl1e tireless efforts of Orna
-Ar Editor Harriet,
Marian and Dick
Norma and David
'A' 0n1a keeps books
balanced with if Sponsor, Mr. Bartlett
Lidell. As business nianafrer, she
was i11 eharge of tl1e hooks, and
had tl1e unpleasant task of l1ou11d-
ing students until their eontraets
Bill Merrill obligingly continued
to eorne to HSPIRIT period" QVCII
after he enrolled at Iowa State,
until all art Work was eolnpleted.
The task of keeping tl1e staff in
line Ellltl approving all copy fell to
Mr. NVQ-sley Bartlett, who served
if Artists Bill
by boys athletics,
t Wayne, Advertis-
ir Funny copy,
'lr VVornout from SPIRIT work
Pat and Barb
t Girls' athletics,
as sponsor for his hrsf yearbook. WI
Mary lVl1ifley fook vliarge of Mfg!
assiguiiig and collecfing all copy J
as well as vonipiliiig the index.
'A' Class representatives, Millie,
'A' Photographers, Dave and Bob Mary, and Phyllis
t Featuring what, Jerry t Mary and Jane busy Organizing
'A' Mary Jean t Phyllis if Charlotte
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HOSE aspiring journalists in
Ames High who, because of their
sophomore or junior status, were
unable to take journalism found
an outlet for their abilities in Cubs'
Olub. Miss Charlotte Nelson has
sponsored the group since 1938.
but this is the iirst time i11 several
years that it has been organized.
Officers were elected to take care
of administrative duties, while
committees handled social func-
tions, programs, and publicity.
The more ambitious of the group
hopefully turned in copy for the
school weekly, the writer's name
blooming forth in print over each
article of his that was published.
Several zealots who had ten inches
of eopy or more accepted were re-
warded by having their names ap-
pear o11 the masthead of the lVcb
as cub reporters.
One of tl1e principal activities
of the Cubs' Club this year, as al-
ways, was editing the "between
semesters" issue of the lVcb. Also
members learned many valuable
things about newspaper work from
guest speakers, lectures by Miss
Nelson, Elllil keeping notebooks.
Officers were Rosalie Robinson,
president, Phyllis Summers, viee-
presidentg Margaret Wlallaee,
secretaryg and Barbara VVeber,
Tor Row: Long, D. Harper, Schultz, N. Vifquain, Loomis, Horn, Rothacker, Walker, Borgmeyer
THIRD Row: M. Powers, Eleanor Breckenridge, Esther Breckenridge, Robinson, McElyea, Wright,
Smcoxn Row: Hukill, Barnett, Lodden, M. Wallace, B. Weber, Summers, L. Day
BoTToM Row: Myers, D. Severson, D. Taylor, Miss Nelson, M. Edgar, A. Ferguson, N. Wilson
Seeking the Best
-lr Proxies Barb and M. J. with Friend-
ship speaker, Rev. Rogness
AUICD by 'thc 01121111-iigc uf ai
new year, the Girl Rose-we-s rose
2lIiil'lil'iliJiy To every om-zisioii.
Soviaii events of the your were
the iii-wvoiiiors pziriy, the iiioiifhly
lmiiilidziy pziriics, zi dues party. and
H10 Big' Pal-Little Pal pimiic.
Frioiidsliip XV 0 0 k, piwsoiiivcl
umivr H10 joiiii spoiisorship oi'
Girl Rc-s0i'vv and Hi-Y and holly
ft M01 Iiei'-Dai1,f.riitei' Tea
ir Newcon1er's Party
wrezitli sales fliiriiig i'ill'iSilIl2lS
Vilviliillll liigliliggglitml The full svlicd-
iiiv plziiiiiori by The c-zibiiici.
The offivcrs for the yvzir were
Mary .loam Bond, piwsiclviiig Bar-
lizlrzi 131-rry, vim-0-prvsidoiiig Joan
Joliiisioii, 'rr0as1ir0i'. Spmisors for
the oigzliiizaiioii were Miss Edna
XVilvox, Miss f1il2ll'i0i'i0 Nelson, and
Miss Ruili Miller.
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b01'sl1ip, Hi-Y started its
busy your of ziviivitics by liclpiiig'
with The ll0VVl'Ol1lC1'S, party, spou-
soriiig' the illlllllill football bz111qu0'r
held at llyllll Fulircr' and H10 lllI'i'U
lllll'lllg' the f'l11'ist111z1s s0a1so11 The
boys l'0llt'0l1fl'2ll0ll fl10i1' offorfs o11
Sidlfllllg' V-lllilll i'l11'is'r111z1s lcffvrs
fo foi-1111-1' Amos High studouis i11
H10 sc-rvic-0 :md vollvctiiig' gifts for
H10 111011 uf the vounfy l1011lC.
The second SCI110StQ1' found Hi-Y
busily coop0ra1fi11g with G. R. in
spoiisoriug Frio11dsl1i11 Wlcvk.
Officers for the first and sc-voud
SOIl10Sl0I' were Bruce Holl and Paul
Sju1'so11, presidenfg David M2lIlL'y
Zlllll Ned Vifquain, Vllff'-lJ1'0Sld0l1tQ
Bud Gibbs and J ack Murrs, scorc-
taricsg Bill Merrill and Ken
lla111ge1', tI'02lSllI'0FSQ and Frzuik
FO1'g'llS01l and Ji111 Smith. pub-
lii-ity dirovtors. Fam-ulty advisor
is lVilliz1111 Slaiolicrt.
Toi' Row: Higgs, Stzirbuck, IZ. .Xndv1'sor1, Mcliolvvy, I'. Thonipson, J. I.. l.:11'son, M. Alix-n
'I'l11l111 Row: Hollor, l'll'Sl2ll11l, Clivslinygi, Graff, Mitchell, xV00llXYHI'4l, 0'N0il, Hzminiond
Slccoxlw Row: I'o1'to1', Marvin, Miss Nolson, Miss XVilCox, Miss Miller, IC. ll1'IlilI'iK'kSUD, AlCfjl0ll2ll"lll, li. Tll4!lllZlS
l:0'l"I'0M liow: Moody, Sllt'2lI'Cl', Bond, l30I'l'Y, Johnston, .I. ICdg:11', A. Miller
TOP Row: Maney. Norton, Merrill, Minott
Bmvrom Row: Huck, I.. Gibbs, Mr. Slaichert, Holl, F. Fe-rguson
'Toi' Row: A. Miller, N. Forsyth, Andrus, Sjolander, Merrill, Schanche, D. Arnold, H. Price, Gaskill,
F. Ferguson, B. Ross
Timm Row: Odell, P. Gibbs, Starbuck, Robinson, Clemens, Graff, Smuthers, M. Allen, J. L. Larson,
S1-zcoxn Row: Shearer, M. Wallace, Nolta, Harlan, Marvin, Jewell, M. Peterson, Holler, B. Weber,
Bo'1"roM Row: E. Stock, Neff, Chesling, Bond, Mr. Brandt, R. Stewart, Summers, Lidell, Knutson
Straight fr rn Broadway
.HIS year an entirely new idea
in the field of drzuna was
brought to Ames High When the
Draniatic Club presented Thornton
Wilclerls play Our Town on an
entirely bare stage. V
This is the story of the Gibbs
and the lVebbs, neighbors in a
New Hanipsliire town.
The cast which included both
members of the :ulvanced and
beginner's clubs Was:
Stage Manager . Frank Ferguson
Dr. Gibbs . . . . Bill Merrill
Joe Crowell . . . Ted Schultz
H ozrie Nezrsome . Bill Allbaugh
.ll1's.G1'bbs . . Phyllis Summers
Jlrs. ll'1fbb . . Mary Jean Bond
Ihfbw-fl Gibbs .... Jane Odell
I'rof1'ssor lVzfNar17 . Eric Sjolander
Mr. Webb .... Harry Price
lVomun in Bulfrnzy Alice Ferguson
dlllll in rlzuiiforiunz . Ted Schultz
George Gibbs .
. . Joe Daugherty
. . . AlycclVlillei'
lmrly in ,'llllZI.f'llC'I' . Marian Neff
Simon Sfimsovrz . . Dick Arnold
JI rs. Soames . . Marnie Wallzlrfcz
Hnzsfnble TVavrrr'n . VV. Peterson
Si f.vl"lHl.'l'N .... Ted Schultz
Sam Craig . . Sain Dietz
BIIWSFZNIN Players .
Joe Stoddard . . Homer Gill
People of Ton'n . Pauline Gibbs
Jeanne L. Larson
The show was a great success
and much of tl1e credit for this
goes to the various crews made up
of other members of the two dra-
matic clubs. -
Before work began on the Senior
Class Play, tl1e draniatic club had
some demonstrations on make-up,
eostunies, and lighting.
The Senior Class Play was
Yon Con't Take I 1' llfitlz You by
Moss Hart and George S. Kauff-
111an. lt was presented two nights
because all of the tickets for one
performance were gone soon after
The Junior Class went Tibetan
on us this year and presented Lost
Horizon by James Hilton. The
play concerns the passengers of
the last plane out of Bakkul, India,
who are stranded in the llaniasary
For the play Lost Horizon the
dramatic club purchased two effects
machines: one for light, billowy
clouds, and the other for dark,
storm clouds. .
During rehearsal of the Junior
Class Play, the advanced Dramatic
Club began work forthe Iowa High
School Speech Association 1945
Entering in the field of Declaina-
tory were: in tl1e dramatic class,
Arba VVhite, who gave Trial in
Tom BcIel1er's Storey in the ora-
torical class, Lois Jean Jewell, who
gave For Hole' l'zTNon's,- and in
the humorous class, Jane Odell,
Tor Row: Cody, W. Peterson, D. Harper, Vore, Rorabaugh, Allbaugh, Dodd, J. Knight
Mlnnu-1 Row: Eschbach, Thorburn, Myrna Wilhelm, Esther Breckenridge, F. Fitch, M. Fowler,
Eleanor Breckenridge, Barnett, N, Wilson
Bo'r'roM Row: A, Ferguson, McCann, V. Miller, Mr. Brandt. Kershner, P. Forsyth, Livingston
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if After choir practice
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NIJICR the eo-sponsorship of
Miss Esther Kaplan and Mrs.
Eleanor Seversnn, the twenty-two
ll'l0l1lll0l'S of liiln'ary Vluh kept the
library running smoothly tl1is year.
besides preparing attiaetive hul-
letin boards and the display ease
at-ross the hall tronl the library.
hlaeh girl worked two periods a
Week, after sehool, before sehool
or at noon doing these things. But
sinee all work makes Jennie a dull
girl the vear's soeial ealendarf i,n-
eluded potlueks, pienies, dessert
suppers. and a breakfast. it i
llarhara LaVelle was eleeted
president and Elsie Ilrown viee-
president the tirst semester, with
the otfiees being reversed the see-
ond semester. Ann ltlaugen, treas-
urer and Margaret Meflavran serv-
ed as soeial ehairinan.
Every lVr'I1 published luv the
,iournalisin elass is kept on tile in
the library. 'llhey are elipped and
pasted in a serap hook hlv liihrary
Vluh ineinhers. 'l"his reeord also
ineludes outside material whieh did
not appear in the sehool paper.
Keeping the display ease at-ross
tl1e l1all tilled with things ot inter-
est is another liilmrary Vlulm job.
Our allies and our enemies were
both represented in displays as
well as National Book week and a
f'lll1ltlX of liihra1'.v Vluh events
was the guest pienie to whieh all
ineinhers and their guests were in-
vited. lt was a grand sueeess.
Tor Row: D. Daley, M. Wallace, RllSlllI1,'.f, Robinson, R. Olson, LaVelle, L. Miller
Mllllllilii Row: C. Arnold, Fisher, E. Brown, Miss Kaplan, Mrs. Severson, Magill, Nowlin
Borrow Row: MeGavran, V, Larson, Parker, Barnes, Charlotte Olsan, Ragsdale
Toe Row: Wymore, Lantz, Molleston, S. Dietz, Halden, R. Hendrickson, Reynolds, M. Smith,
Van Voorhis, Gill, J. Smith, Marrs
'Tlllllll Row: Burneson, Eschbach, Sjnrson, Horn, A. Ballard, Denby, Alcock, A. Martin, Mallam,
IJ. Arrasmith, Johnston, Mitchell
SICVONII Row: Porter, E. Hendrickson, Burk, Srhanche, ,Coleen Olson, P. Thompson, V. Mason,
Christenson, J. L. Larson, Wilcox, E. Vifquain, Myrna Wilhelm, Carter, Caldwell
Bo'r'i'oM Row: A, Miller, Wright, F. Thurmond, Beri'y,' Fisher, Miss Bower, Whitley, Riggs, L.
Thomas, McClelland, Joannides W
IIE newly organized A Capella
Fhoir, under the ahle direetion
of Miss Edna Bower, eonipletecl a
sueeessfnl year and firmly estab-
lished itself in our sehool life.
Fifty-one of the most experieneecl
voic-es in sehool blend to make
Hlistening' 0ll,l0ylllOl1lH from both
secular and saereil mnsie.
'llhe ehoir arose to all oeeasions
anfl this year prepared progranis
for elnireh eongregzgations. eivie
eluhs, ancl a spring eoneert. A
speeial prograin of saerefl nnnihers,
presented during the lienten Sea--
son, was arlclerl to its aetivities.
Members of this organization
eonstitutecl the haekhone of the
group which represented Ames in
the Tri-City Festival, held at Boone
on May ninth. Great effort and
valuable time were spent in pre-
paring' the numbers used in the
'l"he offieers of ehoir Were:
NVayne XVYIIIUPC, presiqlentg Phyl-
lis Thompson tirst semester and
Elaine Vifqnain, seeoncl semester
viee-president, Mary Aliee Riggs,
seeretary-treasurerg Dorothy Joan-
nimles. librarian and Lois Thomas,
IXED CIIOFIIS is 001111108011 of
sT11d011fs who EITC i11'r0r0st0d
ill S00lll'iHfI El i11'oz1d01' 11111si0:1l foun-
dzifimi. If has long 110011 1'00og-
11iz04l as 1111 il1't'0lllIJliSil0d Ul'g2j2ll1iZ2l-
H011 ill our svliool 111141 0o1111111111ify.
'Ill 114111111011 To i'0ll1'Y'iblIfillg' To
svlmol 111'11g1':1111s, Mixn-fl f'11o1'11s
was 1'0p1'0s011'r0d at H10 'l'1'i-City
Tm' Row: Hr00n, M. Him-s, Kimsvig Munn, I'UHll'llIllS,
THIIH1 Row: Ifllwumi, J. A. I,:11'son, lflsthvr Igl'0C'kQ'l'll'iIi
I'. Smith. H. Knuths, M0l'Ily0:1, D. .incivrson
Girls' GI00 Vluh. lllilillfilillillg
its 10112-OStElbliSllOfl l'0lDllf2lJfiO11,
Took part i11 H10 111'og1'z1111s pre-
Slxllftid by H10 vovnl dOlD2ll'flll0llf for
H10 school. If was 1'CSl10llSiblC for
H10 llliljlll' Il01'fi0il of H10 11111111211
f'll1'iS1'l112lS 1121111110-ligllf S0rvic0.
F111111 H1is 0l'gI2ll1iZZlfi0Il su1110 uf H10
popl111' Girls' S111z1ll Vocal G1'o11pS
Iic111i. l.m1111is, IJ. Hutviikiss. xYJllkl'l'. N. Ilrfvwn, I
0t11:1ll, fI1':1fi', S11liItht'I'S, l':ll'!llllll' RI'l't'kl'Y1I'i1liIl', Xi
SICUUNII Huw: XYilkins, i'i01'snn, .l. l'4'0XYIl'l', .X, Din-tz, Cl1:11'l11tt0 Olszun, J. .I41114-s, I:llUl'I', lfl'l'Sllllt'!', lilsim-i1:11'1l, .lzu
I20'I"l'ox1 Row: I.. lluy, IR if'u1'syti1, l4Illswu1'ti1, Shl'2ll't'I', Miss I:UXXl'l', ii:111111111111i, Nlvllunrilcl. 0110, .l. Hflurli'
Toi' Row: Butlor, AlC'f10l'l'IliCk, Kle-in, Rretnall, Vi'und0rle, Coi00n Oisfm, Cl1a111b01's, IG, H0nd1'ickson, XYil0ux, li. NVeber
THIRD How: XYrig:i1t, Pivrsun, McDonald, Townsemd, M. VVAIIQ100, M. NV0bb0r, A. Hotchkiss, Mcllllymx, J. Fowlm'
Sl-:COND Row: I'1'0h111, P0nna, R. Stock, Caldwell, i'ld111z1nd. Picks-II, M. Edgrzar, 1700, Kauffman, ldllsworth
BOTTOM Row: Vllvstsui, S. P0w01'S, Jacob, VV00dNYPlI'd, Miss Iinwor, l,iving'st11r1, Hz1111n1c1nri, IC. Smith, Dyas
Holiday for Strings
Tor Row: Knutson. Mr. Day, C. Genaux, Raver, Lodden, Thorburn, Allbangh, Wri,-.rlit,, James Larson
Foi'n'rn Row: Sjnrson, Armstrong, Comstock, D. Cox, Vanvv, Elwell
Tlllllli Row: I. Brown, McClelland, Hoff, I.. Day, Myers
SICFUNIY Row: E. Stock, Braby, Sjolander, Beckley, Hartt, S. Day, McCann. Reynolds
FRONT Row: McKelvey, M. Edgar, Chase, E. Robbins, R. Stock, G. Gould
MES Iliglfs Orvlivstra. with
lioont' illlll Fort Dotlgiv, pill'-
tivipatwl in tin- 'l'ri-City Fostiyal
on May nintli. 'l'lni instrnnivntal
nlnsim' was nnflx-r tliv 1li1't-vtion ol'
Mr. llvnry Pc-nsis. notcwl llvlgian
In traflitional niannvr, ll"ll02ll'l'l'
Ort-ln-slra. whose- iiioiiilnwsliip is
1-oniposwl ot stnmlvnts lroni Or-
vlivstra. prvsc-ntc-fl nnisic at Hao-
i'2ll2llll'02llO anfl I'1iiiiiiic-im-iiwiit and
llnl Svnior l'lass Play.
Uliarlt-s llvnanx was atti'a4-toll
at sviiwstvi' tinn- liy vollt-g't'. lint
illivk lic-ynolcls vapalily lillvtl liis
slioc-s. 'l'l1o 1-oyvtwl position of von-
1-1-rt master was awartlc-cl to Martha
Many nic-nilwrs of tln- orvlioslra
also play in tln- liantl. Gloria flonlil.
who took first for bass vlarinvt in
tlni statv vontc-st also plays first
4-ollo in illl'1l1't'l10Sil'2l. Gloria slionlcl
lw nnivli amlinirwl for ln-ing: willing
to 1-arry around two snvli vinnlwr-
Mr. Rivliarcl Day is voiitllivtoi' ol?
Offim-rs for tliis yvar yvviwlz
Vliarlvs ilvnanx, plwsillc-iitg llivk
Hvynolcls, y'i4'cl-pwsiclt-titg Martha
Mt-Kvlyvy, Sl'f'l'0l2ll'Y-ll't'2lS1ll'0l' and
liolm Hnnstot-li, lilirarian.
S'l'.XNllIXtlI Mr. Day, C. Gvnanx. Allhaugh. Cook, Il, B1'0w11,Rave1', Jaines Larson, Lorltlvn, 'l'hoi-hui'n
Ihvif How: Loomis,D.IIa1'1wr,Deinhy,Rot-lofsvn, Wriglit, T. Johnson, Lank, D. Cox, l,aGi'ang+-
Vanvv, Elwell, Martin. Wyatt, B0l'j.fIll9YPl', G. Peterson
'l'uiim Row: Picker, Light, Honk, 'I'wff-Pt, G. Gould, Van Voorhis, Comstock, Al'IllSll'0Il,L'f, Sjurson
Dv lla lliint, P. Smith, Ullostatl, Max Wilhelm, Moi-ford, D. Hotchkiss, Alrlinfzvr, McCann
SICVUNID Row: Myers, P, Larsvn, Adams, Ryan, Ilrahy, Sjolander, BP0klPy, Hartt, M. Hinos. H
Robbins, S. Day
lf'icox'r How: Ilot1', Il. Day, P. Arnold, Jackson, Marvin, l. Brown. Mc-Clollziiitl
R.XtltlINtl filt'lllSt'iVt'S from tliwvtoi' for tlwst- oi'0'anizations.
tht-ii' warm lwtls and triitliring' S wvial lllirilf wzivtivt-s wt-rv
wvarily to tht- lmantl room wort- thi- lioltl in lbl'0lP2ll'2lTl0ll for t'tlll1'0l'iS
I'aitlit'iil lIll'lllilt'l'SUi'filt' Ainvs High on B13ll'4'il 9 and Marvli 223. This
liantl, as thtgv pi't-pziiwl for t-ight yt-ai' mort- popular iiiiisif' was play
o't'lot'k i'vl1vz1i's:1ls. ml on tho ri'o0'i'ain with tho inort-
l"i'oin t'oiivci't llannl. voiitliivtc-tl tiliiiviilt ova-i'tiii't-s. 'Pho lmantl pai'-
liy R. ll. Day, in-in lvantl, lizislwthzlll Tivipatt-tl in tho Jillllltllj' paiwi'
liai14l,an4l 2lSSt'lllili.V liaiul arv torin- lllt'ii-Ill! for Ainos.
ml. 'l"lit- pop hand plzxytwl at all Oiyfit-ws for this yt-ai' wow:
pop im-1-tiiigs. as did tht- lmaskothall Iluanv Raw-1'. lll't'Sitit'llT2 Art Mai'-
lmaml for all lioinv lmaskvtlmall gainos, tin. Yit't'-lIl'tlSitil'lliQ lhigggggy llollt-i'.
Holm t'oinstoi-k, t'tb1'lll'f, was stiult-nt Stlt'l't'f2ll'.V-fl'U2lSlIl'C1'.
if Harpist, Mzirilyii Miwllvi'
11121l'11j'll 1X11ll'1101' T111'i11c11 1101
1is1011v1's with 111-1' 1lill'1I l'l'llt11-
'fimis i11 zlssc-111111y, 211 11111 "MuT11c-1
:111c1 1J2lllg'1l1l'l' '1'vz11' 211111 f1U1lt'l'l'1
1121111141 1112111 211111 'F1111115' 13z111:11'11
211-11 S11HWll 111 21 svviio f1'0I1l El 11011
2lSSt'lll1b1j' skit 1l0'1:UI'0 21 fm1T11z111
1:2ll'1D2l1'2l NV1'ig11t s01'voc1 as Q1
10llt10l" for 1110 M2lI'l'11ll1Qf 13211111
which pm-i'fo1'1111-11 i11 foofba11 smi-
Villain, Hzirold if Fair beauty, Tlibhy
-A' St,i'utt,ing high, Barb?
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if All-state Galvin
SPIRITED Little Cyclone Z-33, thus winning 7 out of 8 of their
football tozun this yoar rolled ganiosg losing only one to Marshall-
iip 174 points to tlioir opponents town who was rated as tho best
Tm' Row: ll. Mason, R:-ivcr, McCoy, Sowers, Sjurson, Kleen-se, .l. lidwards, De La Hunt, Peterson, Morris
F0l'k'1'H How: Akin, Wilholm, R. Thompson, J. Smith, Knigsglit, Schmidt, Wilson, Duvall, Fi-nley, H. Robbins,
THIRD Row: Sovoy, ll. Hnkor, Cliristofforson, Hansel, Arrusmith, Tildon. NV:ill, Leclmor, Holl, Morris
Si-:COND Row: Mr. Tiller, Bourne, Breon, Brahnis, Anpxlo, Martin, Swank, l-iickutts, Yifquain, Mr. Covey
Iio'r'1'ow1 Row' l"lY'lClHllll, Garfield, Galvin, Buck, Gibbs, Wymore, A. Ballzird, P. Dietz
team 111 11111 S121111 1111s y11211'. B11-
s11111s 11111 11'a11i111111211 1111111 211111 111'iv11,
1h11 s111111111g was 111111 111 11111 use of
1110 'I'-f111111121111111, i1111'111111111111 by 1111s
y11211"s 1111211-1111111 111101, Mr. Olav
T111111' 111111 2lSS1S1211ll' Mr. 111 l'11v11y.
R1111211111 K1llg2f1l1 111111 A111011
1'l'111111yj 11211121111 w111'11 1111111 111-
j111'1111 111 11111 111ssl11 W1111 11111 111211'-
sl12111111w11 1111111'211s. '11l1111JY w 21 A
11211111 111 11111 11110-1111 211121111 11111 R111-
1111 was 11112111111 111 play f111' 11111 S021-
A1-1-11111111111 111 11'21111111111, 21 1121111111111
was g'iv1111 f111' 11111 111111112111 11121111 11111
11111111 11111111111 11111 1311111111 532111111 211
Lynn 1'11101l1'l'l' l1111g'11. A1 111211 1111111
J111'1'y 11211vi11 was 1'1111s1111 115' 11111
11121111 as 11111111 1'2l111fl11l.
B11si1111s Xvllllllllg S1111111111 111211-11 111
11111 111111f111'11111111 11111 squad 111111111111111
an all-S121111 5111211111 111 .I111111y Galvin,
W1111 was 11111111111 1111211111111111s1y 115'
1111111 IDPA 211111 11211111 N10I'l11. Vigor-
1111s1y s11111111111111g 111111 W01'11 1-1 111111111
IIIHJOI' 111111111 W11111111's 11111l1111111g:
David f12ll'11l'111, A111011 112l112l1"11.
1-11111 Gibbs, VVHYIIC VVy11101'e, Jim
Buck, Max Sowcrs, N 1111 Vifquain,
D1111 R111l11111s, A11 M3l'f1I1, Elmer
Angle, Dale li1I'COI1, Malcolm
S11l1111i11 1, .1a1111 F1I1C1lH1I1, 211111
A11111s 28, R1111s11v1111 0
'171111 1511111111 11111111 f'y111111111 11121111
111'11v1111 1l111111s01v11s 115' s11011211111111gI
the ROllg'11 R1f1L11'S. G'i1111s S1-1111011 111
11111 S1111111111 play of 11111 ga11111, s1:111'-
iug' S1111 ilgillll 11111 11111 111's1 q11211'101'
211111 12111111 2111111111 Zl s21f111y. 112l112ll'41
s11111'1111 1wi1'11 211111 111111'1i 11111111111 11111
1w11 11X11'a 11111111s.
JXIIIOS 0, M211's112111111W11 113
T110 11111111 1'y1-1111111s 1112151111 11111
1111s1 2111-211111111111 gilllll' 111211 111535111
W1111 1V111ar11 Shaw of 11111 B111111a1s
s111111i11g' 1W11 1111111111111w11s. 132111211111
was 111j111'111l 211 11111 11111511 of 11111 f11's1
half 11111s 111'i11111i11g 1110 A11111s 11211111-
110111, 11111 11111 llllglfllff' f111'w211'11 W2111
11111 i1s111f 1111111111.
if B.x1'11F11c1,11: Gibbs, Buck, Ballard, Wym111'11
'A' L1N1':: Vifquain, Martin, Galvin. Garfield, B1'11on, Angle, Rickatts
t Good kick, Jim
-lr Franklin game, Clyde Williams Field
Ames 20, Newton 0
A rainy night and a slow game
typiiied this contest. Ames tried
to score innumerable times and
iinally, late in the fourth quarter,
Buck scored and made the con-
version. Galvin and Martin spot-
liglited the defense that night.
Ames 20, Oskaloosa 7
Ames High started out slowly
a11d allowed Oskaloosa to score 7
points in the second quarter. Later
in the third quarter, Max Sowers
scored on a beautiful end sweep.
Following this Buck scored two
more, and De La Hunt made the
Ames 21, Perry 6
Putting on a show on their home
iield, the Little Cyclones made
three touchdowns. Ballard scored
in the second quarter, Sjurson in
the third, and McCoy caught a
touchdown pass from Sewers in the
Ames 40, Grinnell 7
Ames trouneed Grinnell badly
on their home field as Gibbs, Buck,
Sowers, Ballard, and Ricketts
shared scoring honors.
Ames 38, Boone 0
The little green jug remains in
Ames another year. Galvin play-
ed an all-state game as did the rest
of the line, thus permitting Gibbs
to score twice, once by a lateral
from Galvin who intercepted a
pass, while Ballard, Bourne, and
Ricketts scored once each. Bourne
and Ricketts both made passes
from Sewers good for scores.
Ames 20, Franklin CC. RJ 0
In a post season game played on
November 11, on the Clyde VVil-
liams field, Gibbs scored twice and
Ballard once, thus defeating a
heavier Franklin team.
This year's successful football
team was marked by exceptional
defensive and offensive line play,
as well as speedy and deceptive
work in the backiield. Backing the
varsity, was an exceedingly prom-
ising bunch of spirited and able
HE sophomore football squad '
finished this year's season with
an even reeord. Mentored hy 'Mix
.Ili Covey, the teani won two gaines.
lost two, and tied one. 'l'he sernhs
triumphed over Boone and Jeffer-
son, bowed to Newton and Story
City, and played a stand-off ganie
with Boone in the first try.
During the first part of the
season, two ahunni eoaehed the
sophomores, Jini, Morris and John
lironhard, hoth elass of '44,
'lf'hree sophomores this year play-
ed iinportant spots on the varsity,
Stan De La Ilunt, Ned Vifquain.
and Max Sowers.
if Who is on the bottom
of that pile?
if Get, clear with that
Tor Row: Rothacker, Jack-
son, House, R. Morris
J. Taylor, Brouliard, J
'flllkli Rows Hartt, Litcli
field. W. Smith. D. Hines
Sl-zeoiw Row: Meek, King
Clapp, R, Daley, Dodd
M. Hines, Molleston
Bo'r'roM Row: Brown, D
Baker, Blom, Green, Mc-
Tor Row: Sowers, Wilhelm, Knight, De La Hunt, Fenley, Akin, Holl, Maney
B0'l"l'0M Row: Duvall, A. Ballard, B. Gibbs, Ricketts, Galvin, Buck, Sjurson
HE Little Cyelone basketball
team enjoyed a sueeessful sea-
son by winning eleven games and
losing four, three to eonferenee
opponents, thus taking seeond plaee
in the eonferenee. The team with
Uoaeh Olav 'l"iller at the helm
started out in fine fashion by deal-
ing four straight defeats to Perry.
Nevada, and eonferenee eousins
Newton and Marshalltown. 'llhen
disaster struek the Little Vyelone
eamp when they journeyed to
Mason tlity. The Mohawks gave
the team its worst defeat of the
year. Nevada, Grinnell and Oska-
loosa then fell before the Little
Clyelones before disaster strnek
again. Boone, Newton, and Mar-
shalltown then handed Ames its
three eonferenee losses in a row.
The boys eame baek to defeat Grin-
nell, Oskaloosa, Boone, and VVeb-
ster Fity, a strong non-eonference
team to end the season in fine style.
Foaeh 'Filler employed several
teams tliroughout the season. Buck,
Galvin, Gibbs, and Rieketts, sen-
iors, Ballard, Knight, Duvall. and
Sjurson, juniors, and Sowers,
sophomore, were used during the
lndividual seoring for the sea-
son was very even with J im Buck,
l05 points, leading for the second
straight year. 'llubby Ballard was
1x1 wi1h 11123 1111i111s. 111111111 112111
11111 1111s1 1'1'1111 11ll'11XK' 11111'1-11111:1,Q'11
xx1111'11 was 77.93 Ri11111111s 112111 1111.51
. - ,
11111 11z11v111 1111.9 11111' 1'11111. 111111111
:11111 11111 11111s1 11111's1111111 1'111l1S. -11
1 R1111c1111s I1l2l1i11lg' 2351.
.Xa 11111 11121111 111111 11111111211 11N
N111111s 111. 111i11g g'111111 :11111 111111 :11111
1111111 g'111111 :1g':1111, 1'1'NV 11111111111 g':1v11
111S 111 s1z1111 111111'11:111111111 11111
11l1l1'1l1'1l1l41111'1'1l11111l. 11111111 t4l1ll'11
111:11 111111 .X11111s is 1111111 111 11111s1111'.
1111111121111 41'l1'11111 w1111111111' 1v1111 N11111
1111111'111111.1111111 111111 111l111l111'111N1X1'1'1'
11111111111' 11111 111' 1111' wz1.1's11111. S11
11111 11111111 XV111l 111111 111l11x .15 1.1111 if
111111, W11111 1111 f1l1'11llQ,'1l 11111 111Q11'11'1
21 11111 11111111
1-s1z1111 '11111 1111:111,1' 111 11111-1111111 s1:111-
11mm1"" AX11111 111'11l1l1'11 214
v, V ,X11111 11s14:111111s:1 27
A S Rmimm A1110 1111111111 C111
.X11111s 1'111'1'.1' 28 .VX11111 Y1'XV11l1l 2111
.X11l1'S Y111'z111z1 15 A11111 , Bl:11's11:111111w11 47
.h1111'S , N11w11111 19 .X11111 , 111'11l111111 2321
A11l1'S , K1Zll'S1l2l11111W11 127 .X11111 , 11s1iz111111s:1 3111
A11111s z1s1111 1'i1y 411 A11111 1311111111 25
A11111s . N1'Vil112l 222 ,h1ll1' 10, 1V11l1s1111' 1'i11' '98
l1ll1YlIl 111118111 I111' 111111 111, his 112111111118 1921115 if Rivketts 111z1k11s 14111111
-lr M1'. Tiller
APTAIN Jilll 1'311t'1i, wiH1 0x-
11111110 pois0 111111 11o11011z11z11100.
st011p0c1 to H10 fr00-Hirow 11110 111111,
1'Q1lliIF1i111g 'fo 1111 OIJDOIIOII1. iiHl'I'C'
goos your 112111 Qjilllllhw sank H10
f1'00-H1roW 111211 WOII H10 S1310 Has--
k0H1z111 f,1112lIlllb1011S111IJS for A1110s.
T110 crowd, 11lOS11y A111118 fans, VVO111
if Max Sowers
'A' Jim Buck
wild 211111, XV110I1 H10 51211110 was over
El f1'z101io11 of il s00o1111 1:11013 Hood-
011 UV01' H10 Hom' To t'0I1gT2l1l1121t0
-9: G001'g0 Duvall
H10 011z1111ps 211111 io s00 111211, H10
11'0lJ11Y was saf01y 1101iv01'011 to
13l1l'1i. T110 To111'11z11110111 112111 was
11111153111 for A111115 11ig11 by John
P1'2l11lL'1', 0i1y 010111, for 589,000
XV01'11l of war bonds.
11111011 fo11ow0c1 11 w00k of rejoic-
. f ii :L
Q ff .
S E vi
I I ' '
t Jerry Galvin
ing :incl vi-loln'z1tiun ln-:ull-al
ln' 21 pzwznlo on Mmnlny ln'
:ill tlmv stnmlont lmmly. 'llllll A
tm-:nn was fvtml nt nlnnv lmn- "' B"lngl1lg home 'lm' Tmllhy
qui-ts flll'0llQ,'ll0lll' tln'
Many illl-Siillt' lmn-
ors worn zlwzliwlvcl tln'
tvznn. Jinl l'ill4'lilll2l1lt'
lirst I.ll.l'.A. :ill-Stzitv
toznn and J01'l'j' Gal-
vin tllv sw-mul. Gvorgv
l,llV21ll was pivkcil
lirst toznn by Jack
North and llnvk on
sovmnl to il n1 3 21 l s +1
tln-so two vvvrv zlwzuwl-
ml positions on the all
tmnnnnwnt lirst tvznn with Max Suwc-rs on
sovoinl tvann. Galvin, Ricketts, Suwvrs, Knight
and llzillzml also rvvvivocl 4-111111111-iirlzltiuii by
t Rolland Knight
NOV2lll2l 2lllll0Sf mnlvml tllv 1945 liittlo Vvvloiivs
vlinin-vs at tlw title- by
stopping Ainvs lliggglil
uffviisc- :incl liiwzlliiilgt
tlwii' tlc-tc-iisv. lVitli
Nc-vzuln zlln-:ul in tln-
lnst lllllllllll uf tln-
'A' Don Rivketts
-A' P11111 Sj111's0n
1110 111111. 111011
1101111011 f111' 1110
1-111101-1011 El 111-
'111111 11111110 01111-
011 232-1 111 32 fm'
110x1 111 21 s111w
11111110 0111111111 w1111 21
s1'111'0 111 36 111 14.
A1 D11W1111g1110 110x1
w00k A1110s 116102112011
'A' J111111 Fenley
1111 1111110111011 111111 fav--
111'011 NV111111 1011111. '11111-
1111211 s1'11r0 was 40 111
19. 111 1110 s1111--S11110
1111111s D1111 R11-k011s,
1-1111001011 15 11111n1s 111
110111 1110 L11110 Fy-
1'111110s'. 111 1111w11 1'1'0s-
11111 W1111 21 S1-1110 111 41
111 1110 111101111113
,Q111110 of 1110 1111111s
ak Bud Gibbs
011 211111 1110
1110 g'111110. 13111
111 1110 1111111
111l1'1i 11111110 21
fr Champ cake cut at 1110 Cyclone Centm'
A1110s 1111w11011 111111'-
01'1y 1110 1101:C1111111Q
Jl'1'1'Y f1Z11V11l,S 110-
1111111111111g 111111' w01'0
111110 111 1111111 1110111 111
just 11211f 1110 s011s1111,s
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P E E D Y and exeeptionally
promising was the sophomore
basketball squad as it finished a
sueeessful season. 'llhe SUllll0l1101'0
eagers were defeated by the Ames
High reserves, Nevada reserves,
Marshalltown sophomores, and the
Nevada varsity. The latter game
ended the squad 's run in tl1e eoun-
ty tournament. Mr. Hi Vovey
guided them to wins over Perry,
Oskaloosa, Marshalltown, Story
City, Nevada reserves, and two
victories over Boone.
'llhe sophomores played the Ne-
vada varsity in the eounty tourna-
ment finals, but bowed to them and
eame l1o1ne with the runner-up
Stan De La Hunt was high
seorer for the team, but received
able help from Gore, King, Litch-
iield, Vifquain, Green, and others.
Max Sowers, sophomore, played
regular guard on the varsity tive.
These boys promise to add mueh
to the strength of the varsity squad
Several games throughout the
season saw teams composed of the
sophomore squad and reserves of
tl1e varsity squad playing together.
'llhe reserve team also defeated
Zearing in one game that was
played during the season. Vom-
posing tl1e reserve team were lloll,
Sldlllllflt, Fenley, Maney, YVilheln1
Toi' Row: Rothaker, Munn, De La Hunt, Halden, N. Vifquain, Sowers
Bo'rToM Row: Green, Hines, Schultz, King, Gore, Litchfield, Dodds
Tor Row: Alcoek, Sundall, Gibbs, Schmidt, Sewers, Ricketts, De La Hunt, Sevey
'1'nuur Row: Hotchkiss, Sjurson, Akin, B. Mason, Angle, McCoy, Van Voorhis
Sm-oxn Row: King, Ernst, Harrison, N. Vifquain, Rothacker, Meek, Edwards, Turner
Borrom Row: Mr, Tiller, Herb Thurmond, M. Wilhelm, Duvall, Fenley, E. Ballard, A. Ballard,
Bourne, Mr. Covey
Three Strikes. You're Out
NDER careful cultivation by
Mr. Olav Tiller and germinat-
ed by the encouraging rain in the
shape of the successful Junior
Legion baseball team of last year,
baseball again bloomed and took
root in the fertile soil of An1es
High. Of that Legion team which
Went to the state baseball iinals last
year, Richard Bourne, Albert Bal-
lard, John Fenley, George Duvall,
Max Willlelni, Bob Mct'oy, Elmer
Angle, Paul Sjurson, Stan De La
Hunt, Don Ricketts, Max Sowers,
Kenneth Sundall, and Herb 'l'hur-
mond will be eligible to play for
Little Cyclones. Twice as many
potential ball players are expected
Because Principal Herbert
Adams, who deserves much credit
for his cooperation in this Ames
High baseball inauguration, and
the coaches could not start sched-
ule proceedings soon enough, tl1e
Little Cyclone ball team played
only neighboring towns consisting
mainly of class B teams.
Tor Row: Halden, Munn, Shipley, B. Knuths, M Smith, Ray, Vore, D. Ullestad. Schmidt, Sowers
De La Hunt, Scott, Egemo, Christofferson, Marrs, Lake, J. Taylor
Sl-:coxn Row: H. Robbins, J. Smith, D. Baker, Akin, Gutman, D. Hotchkiss, M. Wilhelm, Cooper,
Berhow, Payer, Litchfield, Rothaker, Daine, Davis, Schultz
Timm Row: Mr. Tiller, Jackson, Ernst, Everts, Sjurscn, Duvall, Harrison, Blom, King, Denby,
Fenley, N. Vifquain, Molleston, H. Thurmond, Hines
Bo'r'roM Row: Gerdes, Green, Long, D. Breon, B. Gibbs, Galvin, Ricketts, Morris, B. Mason, E.
Ballard, A. Ballard, Maney, Forsyth, J. Edwards, Mr. Covey
HE unattached portion of the
Little Cyclone track squad be-
gan enthusiastic workouts in the
college indoor track at the begin-
ning of the second semester. Wliile
waiting for the finale of basketball,
thus permitting participation of
the remainder of his squad, Mr. Hi
Covey coached his team from afar.
Determined to make track a
major sport, Coach Covey received
satisfying response on the part of
potential track men and the student
body at large. The power of the
track team was enhanced by these
returning lettermen: A. Ballard,
Cr. Ballard, Mason, Armstrong,
Alcock, Gibbs, Galvin, Maney, and
The schedule included the Val-
ley Relays, a. triangular meet in-
cluding Webster City and Boone,
the Drake Relays, Ames Invita-
tional, and the district, conference
and state meets, the last two held
Tor Row: Lantz, Van Voorhis, Payer, Norton
Bo'r'roM Row: Turner, R. Morris, Buck, Kincheloe Tllden Swank Holl
LTIIOUGBII brightened by the
return of four senior letter-
men, the future of this yearls golf
squad still seemed dim in view of
the shortage of golf balls.
However, all will indubitably
turn out for the best when letter-
men Jim Buek, Bob Tilden, Bruee
llioll, and Ray Kineheloe, eaptain.
along with Dave Lantz, Fred
Swank and others go through a
tough sehedule under the direction
of Mr. lVeslev Bartlett.
...Hoping to break the two year
reign of Ottumwa as state cham-
pions in golf, the squad worked
out on the Homewood course. The
series of ehallenge matehes were
used again this year to determine
the live boys on the team.
The season was opened with a
triple meet with Boone, East Des
Moines and Ames, held at Boone.
The sa111e three teams played the
next week on Grandview eourse in
Des Moines followed by a dual
meet between Boone and Ames at
Ames. An invitational meet was
held at Allies on May 5 with Roose-
velt, East, Valley and North of Des
Moines, iVest iVaterloo, Boone and
Lineoln. In addition to the regu-
lar sehedule the eonferenee, district
and state meets were held.
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Toi' Row: LaVelle, Johnston, Bretnall, Rushing, P. Thompson, McKee, B. Anderson, Schanche,
M. Allen, J. L. Larson, E. Vifquain
Foi'ic'rn Row: Lidell, Mitchell, Bond, Ersland, Neff. J. Jones, Chesling, O'Neil, M, Webber, Mueller
Timm Row: L. Thomas, Lynne, Berry, L. Day, Eschbach, Carter, Shearer, Wilkins, Hammond
Sleeoxn Row: A. Miller, Barbara Warrell, Beverly Warrell, Miss McNally, Miss Firth, Whitley,
B. Rodgers, Dolores Jones
Bo'l'1'oM Row: Fisher, Jacob, P. Forsyth, Butler, Nowlin
RO UDLY 'tcheering the orange
and the black on to the victory"
were the thirty-six pep club girls,
cheer squad and student body.
Pep Flub girls were kept lousy
throughout the year selling season
tickets, providing entertainment
between halves at games, and pass-
ing out basketball programs.
Miss Margaret Firth and Miss
Mary McNally, sponsors, cooperat-
ed with Phyllis Thompson, pres-
ident, Mary VVhitley, viee-pres-
identg lllarjorie Allen, secretary,
and Joan Willziiis, treasurer.
Displaying exceptional vim and
vigor, the cheer squad aroused the
students at many original pep as-
semblies. .Pat MeKee, Joan lVil-
kins, and Robert W'alker were
weleomed onto the squad near the
close of this victorious season.
The quartet of McKee, VVilkins,
Forsyth and Wlalker attracted
mueh attention to their enthusiam
at the state meets.
t Intramural managers
Seversike and Jackson
ITH all the boundless enthu-
siasm and friendly antago-
nism peculiar to home room rivalry
in Ames High, intramurals were
played to the hilt in a rough fash-
ion. Under the much needed and
often over-worked guidance of Mr.
Hi Covey, the teams completed
two rounds. Much credit for the
successful season also goes to flar-
roll Seversike, student manager.
Homeroom 235 and 237 tied at
the end of the first round with
room 235 copping the Senior
League trophy in a thrilling play-
off game. Bob McCoy, captain of
the 235 squad, was the "A" league's
high scorer with 108 points for the
season, followed closely by Ken-
neth Sundall of 237 with 105 points.
In the "B" league, 113 dropped
only one game to take undisputed
tirst place. Arnold Bates of 111
scored 74 points to be named high
point man of the Junior league.
All the sophomores bowed to 108
forthe scrub league title. Room 108
lost only one game, but 236 came
close with two losses. William All-
baugh of 108 and Ronald House of
208 shared scoring honors with 82
WVrestling and boxing intra-
murals excited more interest than
usual and a Monday night wrest-
ling class resulted.
'lihough not connected with the
school ls intramural program, a pro-
gram of interest was the Monday
night city league basketball tourna-
ment. It was composed of teams
representing groups in the city.
BACK Row: Mueller, Anderson, Webber
FRONT Row: Thomas, Miller, Mitchell
TRIVING to enable each girl
to improve physically, mental-
ly, morally, and socially, the Girl's
Athletic Association promoted re-
lations among all the girls of the
The organization is operated on
a point system with points being
awarded in live fields: organized
activities, unorganized activities,
skill tests, leadership and health
charts. After reaching the first
one hundred points, the member-
ship requirement, a girl may earn
a minor and major letter and a
pillow top by acquiring additional
Every high school homeroom
participated in this yearis intra--
mural to represent each room.
They Worked With Mrs. Louise
Ruth, G.A.A. sponsor, in organ-
izing the program. '
Added to the G.A.A. program
this year was instruction in golf
and tennis. A soft ball tourna-
ment was also held during the
A picnic and an initiation party
were part of tl1e years' program.
Officers in addition to Mrs. Ruth
Were Alyce Miller, president, Bet-
ty Anderson, vice-president, Lois
Thomas, secretary-treasurer, Mar-
jorie Webber, point-recorder and
Marilyn Mueller, social director.
Vim, Vigor and Vitamin Pill
EHIND the scenes on every
team are the "get 'em ready-
pateh 'em up" boys, tl1e athletic
managers and trainers. Taking
care of minor injuries is only one
part of their job. They also check
uniforms, tix equipment, and in
general prepare the squad for their
battles whether it be on the grid-
iron, basketball iioor, track. or the
other fields of athletic competition,
During' the game the trainers duties
include having water and towels
on hand and the all important job
of charting the game, which con-
sists of making a record of tackles,
yards gained, baskets, or as the
case may be.
Other unsung -heroes who con-
tribute to a team 's success are the
ushers, ticket takers, and guards.
Mr. D. G. Hartt, the financial man-
ager and Harry Price, student
treasurer have the unpublicized
task of paying referees, making
financial reports of the games, and
handling the monetary side of
Athletic trainers are rewarded
by a minor "A" with a "T" in the
crossbar, while the manager re-
ceives a major "A" with "Mn in
The banter that flies back and
forth between players and trainers
is sometimes quite humorous. An
athlete comes dripping out of
the shower yelling, "Towel!, hey
gimme a towel."
From behind a hastily barred
window tlies a very small, very wet
and very dirty piece of cloth hit-
ting yon athlete in the region im-
mediately between the eyes. Mur-
der fills the air and things are
going line till a coach steps in
whereupon serenity returns.
There is one task which Ames
high trainers took care of the past
year which isn't usually thought
of in connection with tape and
iodine. That job was taking care
of the sack of oranges. These
oranges were bought by Mr. Tiller
and given to the team after each
game. Superstitions are silly so
it must be a coincidence that the
boys eating the oranges after a
small game with Muscatine were
not o11ly Ames high basketball
players, they were State Champs.
The student manager this year
was Day Morris. His trainer's
squad included Bob Sevey, Bob
Van Voorhis, Richard Ross, Ron-
ald Becker, Harris Jensen, Robert
Walker, Robert Morris, and Robert
f flirt K '
c ool Life
HE SPIRIT of 345 proudly
presents Miss Barbara Berry,
ehosen as SPIRIT sweetheart by the
student body. This is the first year
for Anies High to have a SPIRIT
sweetheartg but the eleetion niet
with sueh unanimous approval by
the student body that it is expected
to be eontinued next year.
Barbara was picked from a field
of ten finalists ehosen froin the
student body by popular vote. The
finalists included Mary Jean Bond,
Jo Ann Ersland, Joan Johnston,
Delores Jones, Jean Larson, Onia
Jane Lidell, Morna Lynne, Alyee
Miller, and Elaine Vifquain.
At the SPIRIT Stomp which was
held in the study hall on November
15, Barbara was presented as
sweetheart and giyen a earnation
eorsage along with the best Wishes
from the SPIRIT staff.
Mid -Year Dance
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S USUAL after The eleetion
for the llllil-YOHI' rulers, There
were those ever-present rumors as
fo who would be crowned King
and Queeng but as usual they were
wrong. On fllaf never-To-lie-ffur-
gotten night of January 17, Elaine
Vifquain and Jerry Galvin fall-
stafej saunfered onto the danee
floor at 'the llll01'lIllSSl0ll of the Mid-
Year danee dressed as Daisy Mae
and Li'l Abner.
ak Li'l Abner
Elaine was dressed in a stunning
brown hurlap dress while Jerry
wore boots, overalls, and shoulder
pads. 'llhe couple was presented
wifh ration stamps for a pair of
Musie was furnished by lVilliam
Allbaugh who played records over
The seliool public address sysfem.
Iiee f'I'C2ll1l was served at intermis-
sion by Miss Kaplan and Miss
'A' Bobby, Joe, and Pat, inspect frog while Art and Harry study radio
General Class s
I'l"ll a i'orv.'a1'cl look at niili-
tary serviee and stilfer ,ioh
eonlpetition, Anies lligh students
put new vigor and seriousness into
their studies the past Year. Al-
though niany of the teaehers were
new and totally unfainiliar with
the hundreds of new students they
were to teaeh, hoth teaehers and
pupils did eonnnendahle jobs in
their respeetive eapaeities.
It was obvious that Anies High
had its eye on post-war world af-
fairs as it undertook the mastery
of world geography and inter-
national relations, both taught by
Miss Harriett Beattie. Also along
world wide lines was Miss Mary
MeNally's world literature eourse,
Whieh not only gave a good out-
line of the literature of foreign
eountries hut taught us the atti-
tudes and eharaeteristies of foreign
'llhe usual groans, sc-rateliings on
heads, and other sounds of learning
drifted under the door of 110 as
Mr. xvllllillll Slaiehert explained
the workings of the niost interest-
ing subjeet of trigonoinetry. Every-
thing froni functions to niantissas
was eovered in this semester eourse.
Uheniistrv this year was taught
by Mr. XV. H. Bartlett, one of
Annes High's new teachers. This
enlightening eourse switehed from
-A' Better grooining discussion, perhaps
leeture periods to laboratory work,
frequently giviiig the pupil a
ehanee to iind for lll11lS0lf 801110
answers to tl1e deep mysteries of
'Po enable all boys to be better iit
for the future, tl1ey were also re-
quired to take either hasie lllllill or
algebra ll. Both of these eourses
were under the guidanee of Miss
The whys Zlllil ll0VVS of eireles
a11d squares reeeived a thorough
going-over i11 Miss Ruth Miller's
geonietry elasses tl1is year as this
course prepared pupils for 111Ol'C
All SOlll01' boys found theni-
selves square 11p against a SCIIIQS-
ter of iirst-aid tl1is year, a11d 111ost
of tl1e111 found tl1e eourse interest-
ing' a11d helpful.
Altliough IIIZIHY of us thought
there was son1e exeess banging
if Mr, Hartt shows principles of physics
eoining from the shop during the
sehool year, Mr. Merritt Melbergis
auto-nieelianies boys were really
preparing themselves for the ini-
mediate jobs as Uncle S21lll,S help-
ers and later post war 1l1Cl'll2llllC2ll
Again this year ll0lllO Eco-
noniies was offered to boys of the
.lunior illlil Senior elasses. The
eourse was lllllltll' tl1e direction of
Miss Florenee Adolph and inelud-
ed 111211111913 and eooking asiwell as
learning how to take eare of their
More edueational guidanee and
eareer preparation than ever was
oifered this year. Pupils were i11-
strueted why all tl1e suhjeets they
were taking' were neeessary for
later learning and livingg a better
understanding as to the "why" of
it all was reeeived.
A Vocation Day was held to help
if Are your cues all set,
Jean and Bill?
students decide about careers. 'llhe
program was under the direction
of Miss Fern llartsook and a stu-
dent committee headed hy Gerhard
Brahms. Speakers were brought
in from all over tl1e country to tell
students what careers in their par-
ticular tields had to offer. Students
were given an opportunity to ex-
press their occupation preferences
so that the desired speakers could
he arranged for. Every tield from
medicine to FBI work was repre-
Seniors were given tests to help
determine their vocation interests
and aptitudes. 'llhe program was
under the direction of John Holmes
from Iowa State Vollege. Upon
completion of the tests each senior
was given a personal interview hy
a memher of the personnel depart-
ment of the college to analyze and
-A' More lab., Chem this time
advise them upon the results of the
For the second year in Ames
High a third semester physics
course has been offered. This course
is concerned with the fundamentals
of radio. It offers the boys enroll-
ed an opportunity to construct
radios as well as to learn why they
work. This course, as well as first
year physics was taught by Mr.
D. G. Hartt.
Intermingled with ttda-dits"
from radio code room and the
snap of typewriter keys from the
commercial rooms, the sounds of a
busier year than ever faded into
the distant rumble of a world at
war and the classes for another
year were swallowed up by time.
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Summary of Year
MES High has struggled
through another war year. In
spite of shortages of teachers,
equipment and all, the same old
standards have been maintained.
VVith many of the old faculty mem-
bers in service, and the boys all
aware that they might be soon, we
have all been very "war conscious. "
Perhaps before this book is out the
war in Europe will be over. Our
thoughts and prayers are ever with
the boys "over there" as they push
across Germany. We realize the
severe fighting that will be neces-
sary in the Pacific with the hor-
rors of Iwo Jima fresh on our lips.
Still we have not forgotten that
we are high school students and
must maintain standards left for
us. For the first time since 1936
our boys have captured the state
basketball tourney. We gave them
a really rousing reception to show
how we felt about that. Why, we
have even had boys on both first
all state teams, Jim Buck placed
as forward in basketball, and Jerry
Galvin at guard in football. Jerry
really did himself proud by also
being made forward on the second
Even though the stepped up
pace of the times, we have found
time for dates and the traditional
"steadies." The "Cyclone Cen-
ter," new recreation center, was
launched and proved very success-
VVe'll always remember Elaine
and Jerry with their everlasting
banter over any and all topics. The
dark and light have attracted again
for Andy and Rick. Every head
turns as they approach.
The endurance displayed by the
music organizations astounded us
all as they prepared for the Spring
Festival at Boone as well as giving
their regular spring concerts.
Something new was added in the
concert in the use of scenery. The
glee club girls were clad in peasant
shirts and white blouses and stood
behind white picket fences covered
with vines. On the sides of the
stage were trees. The mixed chorus
sang in the informal atmosphere
of a gypsy camp. Each member
was dressed in a gypsy costume.
Their pieces included several gyp-
sy numbers. Attending the tri-city
festival were Boone, Fort Dodge
and Ames. Noble Caine conducted
the vocal music group and Henri
Pensis the instrumental. The festi-
val was held in Boone. The spring
program was also given for a high
school assembly and at Welch J un-
Yes, with the school year nearly
completed we would be making no
brash claim to call it highly success-
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ALLIED FIGHTING LINES
It seems hard to realize, now, that I was strolling through
the hallowed halls of old Ames High a short time ago. Now in-
stead of sweating out uneasy moments in "death row" I must
remain in a foxhole.
I even remember the time I spent in lab, both Chem and
Physics, and then stayed up all the night before notebooks were
due, because I was too lazy to do it the easy way.
It makes all of us over here glad to know that school affairs
are going much as usual. Of course there is nothing unusual about
being state basketball champs. That sounds like a really super
demonstration. There was a time when my main job was to keep
the bench warm, but I imagine even these fellows were tired after
that Muscatine game. Now I know the way I could get a ride
on that fire truck. I have always wanted one.
Everything must be very different there what with the new
faculty and all. I'm glad the new principal has made such a hit.
Well, its getting a little dark to write, now, so I'll sign off.
Remember to keep home just the same because that is what we
want to have when we get back.
ir The cherished Green Jug
i' Ames beauties
t Can you see your face yet,
N SEPTEMBER 5 the doors
of Ames High were swung
open to welcome the Hood of re-
turning students. From bewilder-
ed sophs to mighty seniors the day
was marked as one of the most
important of the year.
Held in the gym this year was
the traditional Newcomers' party
on SEPTEMBER 15. The event
was highlighted by the number of
teachers as well as students who
Long awaited by all the students
the Cyclone Center opened its
doors for the first time on SEP-
TEMBER 28. The iirst after-game
dance was held following the Mar-
shalltown game on SEPTEMBER
29 with the crowd literally rocking
Held as a night game instead of
the traditional Armistice Day, the
Boone-Ames battle was fought on
NOVEMBER 2. Boone guests
were entertained at the Cyclone
Center following the game.
Giving Ames a new dramatics
experience was the Drama Club
presentation of Thornton Wilcler's
Our Town on NOVEMBER 17.
The traditional Girl's Candle-
light service was enlarged to in-
elude chorus and ehoir as Well as
Crlee Club on DECEMBER 21.
As a final send off to the old
semester the Ration Stamp Was
held o11 JANUARY 17 with Jerry
Galvin and Elaine Vifquain pre-
siding as Li'l Abner and Daisy
Reverend A. N. Rogness gave ad-
viee o11 how to lead a better life
during Friendship Week from
FEBRUARY 6-9. 'llhe traditional
Mother-Daughter Tea was given
during this Week.
The oriental presided during
the presentation by the junior class
play Lost Horizon on FEBRU-
Cn MARCH 7 An1es started on
the road to victory in the district
meet at Boone. The most talked
of event in sehool life happened
for Ames on MARCH 24 as they
defeated Muscatine to beeome State
Comedy was the keynote for the
senior class as they presented You
Urm't Take It W'zTfla You as their
play on APRIL 27.
ir Harold Gaskill posed as model for one of the photographers
to be used in a Svmrr advertisement. When it was not
possible to use the picture in the ad we decided that in
deference to Harold and the photographer we would paste
his face here.
BACK Row: John Taylor, Roger Roberg, Rolland Knight, Jack Fincham, John Angle
FRONT Row: Nancy Neff, Marian Chesling, Mrs. Boyer, Jean Jones, Joyce Edgar
TRAINS of "Tuxedo J unc-
tion," clamors of 'tOne Black
and lVhite," and sundry other ex-
clamations of joy, sorrow, or what
have you, issue forth from that
only place of its kind in the state-
the Cyclone Center.
Through the hard work and ef-
fort of Roger Roberg and the
thorough cooperation of all Ames
High and the backing of the Whole
city, cleaning, painting, redecorat-
ing and management was ably man-
aged by student help.
The "Center" is a Working
democracy Within itself. Mrs.
Lowell Boyer acted as the super-
visor this first year. Working
With Mrs. Boyer is the governing
board composed of nine students
and nine adults. Each student is
head of a committee with an adult
as adviser. The committees pro-
vide supervision on such matters
as Employment-Workers for the
Center, Policy-deciding how mat-
ters Will be rung Membership-
enlargingof House-set rules on
how students should act, Finance-
Working for contributions and
keeping track of expenses.
To aid in the financial status a
paper drive was held which netted
95250. Membershipicards and con-
tributions from interested persons
enabled the program to be started.
The Cyclone Center is open to
all members from high school and
from ninth gradesf in the junior
high schools. '
-A' Mr. Tuthill relearns mechanics
HE Ames Public Schools of-
fered iive different courses in
the Adult Education program this
year as a service to the people of
Ames and vicinity, thus providing
townspeople an opportunity to
learn new subjects or brush-up on
old ones. The program proved
satisfactory to both pupils and
The iirst semester got under way
with enrollment at 7 :15 the evening
of November 1, 1944. The class
fees were two dollars for the eight
week session. One hundred and
nine persons registered in the five
classes and met every week on
Wediiesday nights in the class
rooms of Ames High where in-
structors awaited them.
Typing II was designed for those
who desired 311 opportunity to re-
gain or improve their skills. Miss
Canvin was the teacher.
Instruction in hand woodwork-
ing, machine woodworking, and
Wood finishing was given by Mr.
Merritt Melberg in the Woodcraft
For those interested in making
attractive and useful novelties such
as aprons, blockprints and stencils
was Mrs. Lucille Everds' class in
applied design. Nineteen were en-
rolled in this course.
Of special interest to business
and professional girls and young
married women who are doing their
own cooking was the course entitl-
ed "The Supper Club." This group
of twenty-six was taught by Miss
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Make an appointment
"Plwfografphl of Distinction"
F. L. Huntley Velma M. Maxheim
Owner Manager and Photographer
Class of 1945 '
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Iowa we have the finest people and opportunities in the
Iowa is the best state in the nation. Ames is the
best eity i11 Iowa. Let 's all remeniber that. Far-away
iields may seeni greener, but they rarely are. From
where we stand, they never are.
Be proud to live in Anies, the finest homegcity in
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Class of 1945
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2530 Lineoln Way' Phone I3
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Admiral Refrigerators The famous Ostermoor and
3619.50 - PF-19.50
Armstrong and Nairn
We carry one of the largest stocks
of Inlaid Linoleum in Also Firth, Alexander Smith and
Story County Mohawk Carpeting
PHONE 66 412 MAIN AMES, IOWA
Prehm Transfer 64 Storage Co.
lVe Specialize in Local and
Long Distance Hauling
LIGHT BAGGAHE TRANSFER
420 Main Phone 2700
SEN IORS - JUNIORS - SOPI-IMORES - FRESHMAN
You are all out for the best grades possible. This of course is
largely up to you, but the help you get from having the right supplies
is important too.
A good note book in whieli to keep your work, a good fountain
pen to make 'writing easier and better, at typewriter for home use to
type notes and praetiee typing, all are important.
Our job is to furnish your supplies. We are continually trying
to give you the best available at the lowest cost.
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WITH BEST WISHES TO
THE SENIOR CLASS
AMES HIGH SCHOOL
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Ames High School
Opening Hour 3:oo p. m.
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 ECONOMIC!-XL
Counter or Booth Service
AIR EONIOITIONED S
GOOD FOOD Downtown Ames
Automotive Agencies and Supplies
ALLEN MOTOR COMPANY
Chevrolet, Buick, and Plymouth
Always Good Used Cars
Barber and Beauty Shops
CONTOURE BEAUTY SALON
Lillian Anderson, Mgr.
251455 Lincoln Way Phone 2891
DUNLAP MOTOR COMPANY
Oldsmobile Sales and Service
MATHISON MOTOR COMPANY
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
214 Main St.
Everything for the Automobile
Banks and Investments
AMES BUILDING Sz IOAN ASSN.
AMES TRUST 85 SAVINGS BANK
"The Bank Where You Feel
COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK
2546 LINCOLN VVAY PHONE 245
FIELD BEAUTY' SHOP
MYONE BEAUTY SALON
32515 Main - Over Younkers
SUPERIOR BARBER SHOP
Ames High's Favorite Haircutters
222 Main Street
STUDENT SUPPLY STORE
South of the Campus Phone 164
AMES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO.
"Drink a Bite to Eat at
10, 2, and 4"
one hundred three
MUNN LUMIZER COMPANY
107 E. Main
SCHOENEMAN BROS. LITMBER CO.
West End of Main Phone 264
THE CANDY KETTI E
Home Made Candy and Confections
2412 Lincoln Way Phone 2063
DR. C. B. KERR
501 Main Street
AMES DENTAL STUDY CLUB
BROOKER DRUG STORE
Cut Rate Drug Store
JUDISCH BROS. PHARMACISTS
Whitman's and Mrs. Stover's Candy
Phone 70 We Deliver
PETERSON DRUG CO.
"IIN" """"""""""""""" "Drugs etc."
Cleaners and Laandere rs 2816 West Street Phone 2865
AME S LAUNDRY SPRIGG 'S PHARMACY
Phone 47 The-Rexall-Store
Professional Laundry Servic West Ames Phone 1030
Quality Cleaning, Repairing, Alterations Dry Goods
410 Douglas Phone 231
HAVVK E YE LAUNDRY Dry Goods-Ready to Wear-Shoes
Complete Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service AITIGS. IOWH I
Phone 98 '- - -
AMES GRAIN Sz COAL CO.
Try Our Products and You
Will Recommend Us
EDWARDS COAL COMPANY
"Complete Heating Service"
GILCHRIST COAL AND FEED CO.
KIMLER COAL AND ICE CO.
Phone 241 or 833
O'NEIL DAIRY COMPANY
Excelle.nt Service and Products
Phone 62 308 Fifth
WOODLAND FARM DAIRY
Dairy Products and Ice Cream
819 Lincoln Way Phone 435
SHOP AND SAVE W
J. C. PENNEY CO.
BEST ELECTRIC CO.
130 Main Street Phone 123
MUNN ELECTRIC COMPANY
311 MAIN STREET PHONE 500
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DR. H. L. JOHNSTON
240859 Lincoln Way
MCLELLAN 5c-281.00 STORE
MAKE McLELLAN'S YOUR STORE
One hundred four
"Your Telegraph Florist"
208 Main Phone 490
BENNETT Ka McDANIEL FURNITURE
A Friendly Store
in a Friendly City
HOTEL SHELDON MUNN
Tangney McGinn Operators
I nsuruuce and Real Estate
ASH AND ATKINSON
Full Coverage Insurance 'Service
City Loans - Investments
BROWN INSURANCE AGENCY
'The Northwestern Mutual Life
Gift Shop I and General Insurance
FLORENCE LANGFORD GIFT SHOP BLTRTON INSURANCE AGENCX7
. Grofm SEAMAN A. KNAPP
l3EMAN'S CROCERY -Sr MARKET
2416 Knapp Phone 247
Nationally Advertised Foods
Grocery 8: Market
114 Duff Ave. Phone 52
MORRISON FOOD STORE.
111 KELLOGG PHONE 622
NINTH STREET FOOD MARKET-
Quality Foods at
UNITED FOOD STORE
BUY WELL-ITNOWN BRANDS HERE
AMES HATCHERY COMPANY
Chicks - Equipment - Poultry - Eggs
123 Kellogg Ave. Phone 1025
Hotels and Tourist Courts
AMES TOURIST COURT
"A Home Away From Home"
East Edge of Ames
Air Travel - General Insurance
Masonic Bldg. Phone 109
LaGRANGE INSURANCE AGENCY
20 Years Successful Insurance Business in Ames
"Insurance and Its Service"
Mc-DOWELL INSURANCE AGENCY
"Insure in Sure Insurance"
Phone 51 Ames, Iowa 319 Main
A. J. MARTIN
If It's Insurance or Real Estate We Have It
Phone 161 213 5th Street
ABBOTT JEWELRY STORE
Expert Watch Repairing
200 Main Street
CHARLES, G. RAY
220 Main Street Phone 230-W
FRANK T. TALBERT, JEWELER
HAROLD O. HEGLAND
314175 Main Street
Modern Cottages - Locked Garages
East Lincoln Way
'HIRSCHBURG 8a REYNOLDS
30055 Main Street
one huhdred flue
LOUIS H. JUDISCH
20956 Main A Plumber
- one 268 - PALMER PLUMBING CO.
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SMITH sl SMITH, LAWYERS ea mg lumpgioieqlggfric Appliances
IOOF BUILDING PHONE 397 ""' 'A'A' "'A""'A'A"'A'A"'A'A'A'A""'A"" """"""P" ' ' I """" '
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Luggage and Leather Goods
'-'-I-I-'ff-IfH'ff-I-I-I-'-'f-I-'-'-'-'-'-'-P'-If-'-2 DAIRY LUNCH
Men 3 Olothtws THE BEST PLACE TO EAT
MENSVVEAR HOSTETTER'S RESTAURANT
FOOD AT ITS BEST
JAMESON'S . -
Young Men's Wearing Apparel L-WAY CAFE
College Downtown Delicious Steaks
2418 Lincoln Way
JOE,S MENS SHOP
2 ' f Y ' Cl h r
Comm te L5222oLi,,'I,2T,i,,1fffns Ot QS MAIDEITE SANDWICH SHOP
HIT"-'A'C:III'O'A'Aix'-'L'O'A'A'M'IO'IAII"O'A'IA "F th B t H b ' T "
Muszeal Instruments or e es am wager m Own
ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE
C0n'Q3:f3Q?nI'1Ligr:5Qents 2812 West Street
SCOTTY'S CHICKEN INN
Sandwiches, Steak, Ice Cream
3332 Lincoln Way Phone 1831
JENSEN OPTICAL CO.
HIGH GRADE LENSES
DR. L. C. TALLMAN
309 Main Phone 205-J VARSITY CAFE
-'--of--I-I-A P--P-I-I-A-P-ff--'-I-A-'ff-I-I-If-P-of--I-'-'-I-H By the Campus
Osteopalth 2508 Lincoln Way
DR. J. H. HANSEL WAYSIDE INN
Osteopath After School It's Mickey's for a Coke
505 Kellogg 405 Main
Paint - Glass - Awnings Service Stations
IRVINE BRINTNALL 'S
Paint and Wallpaper Store Standard Oil Products
Artist Materials 416 Burnett Phone 418
ORNING GLASS AND AWNING CO. FREEL
Quality Mirrors and Awnings Complete Auto Service
General Glasswerk 2602 Lincoln Way . Phone 95
One hundred six
FALL OIL CO.
GUI RUNYAN'S D-X SERVICE
LAWRIE THE TAILOR
302 Kellogg Ave.
Suits Made to Order
Lincolnway 8: Duff Phone 597 I I v I I I W I I I I
YATES SERVICE STATION , K 1 u
one Stgp Service Colleglan - New Ames' - VHFSIIQ' - Capitol
327 5th Phone 58 Theaters of Ames
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Shoes ' ""'A'E'E"" '
BAUGE SHOE STORE
204 Main Street
Supreme Shoe Service
MIDWEST TRANSIT LINES
Serves Ames High Daily
Properly Fitted YELLOW CAB COMPANY
317 Mam St' Sheldon-Munn Hotel
219 Main Women? Apparel
TRUEBLOOD SHOES LILA B. FROMM
Good Shoes Ready to Wear and Accessories
2544 Lincoln Way Phone 1004 313 Main Phone 830
Abbott, Betty . . 20 Auringer, June . . 20, 40
Adams, Mr. Frank 6 Baker, Dean ..... 31, 61, 69
Adams, Mr. Herbert
Adolph, Miss Florence .
Akin, Charles .
Aldinger, Karl .
Allen, Juanita .
Amme, Marjorie .
Anderson, Dick .
Andrus, Lew .
Angle, Elmer .
Anton, Marjorie .
. 14. 16.
Arnold, Stanley .
. . . 5,7
. . 8
58, 62, 68, 69
Baker, Harlan .
Ballard, Albert . 16,
Ballard, Don .
. . . . 20, 58
34, 52, 56, 58, 59, 62, 66, 69, 72
. . . . . 31
34, 38, 52, 72 Ballard, Eugene 68, 69, 72
16, 31, 55 Ballard, Velma . . 31
54, 55, 71, 82 Bappe, Bob . . . 34
. . 34 Barger, Dale . . . 34
47, 48, 73, 88 Barnes, Harriet . . 20, 42, 44, 51
. . 20 Barnett, Dorothy . . 31, 45, 49
47, 73, 75, 84 Barr, Bob . . . . 31
. . 31 Barrett, Winifred . . 34
. 34, 48 Bartlett, Mr. Wesley . 8, 34
20, 58, 59, 68 Bates, Arnold . . 34
. . 20 Batman, Russell . . 20
54, 55, 69, 72 Beam, Elizabeth . . 20
20, 44, 51 Beard, Elizabeth . . . 31
. 34, 48 Beattie, Miss Harriett . . 8, 18
. 16, 34 Bechtel, Dave . . . 16
20, 52, 58 Becker, Ronald . . . 34
16, 31, 53 Beckley, Jay . . 20, 54, 55
one hundred seven
Berg, Pauline .
Berhow, Dick .
Berry, Barbara .
Blom, Peter .
Bond, Mary Jean .
Bourne, Alvin .
Bower, Miss Edna .
Bowers, Bonnie .
Bowers, Shirley .
Boyer, Mrs. Lowell
Bradish, John .
Brahms, Gerhard .
Brandt, Mr. Frank
Braun, Roger . .
Brebn, Dale . .
Bretnall, Milly .
Brintnall, Mr. N. J.
Brouhard, John .
Brown, Elsie .
Brown, Norman .
Brown, Robert .
Buck, Jim . 16,18,
Burk, Marjie . .
Butler, Mary Lou .
Butters, Lauren .
Caldwell, Nancy .
Canvin, Miss Madeline
Carlson, Ruth .
Carty, Jim . .
Chambers, Dolores .
Chase, Elinor . .
Chesling, Marion .
Christenson, Mary Lou
Clapp, Dorothy .
Clark, Marjorie .
Cleary, Richard .
Clemens, Pat .
Cleverley, Harold ,
Cody, William .'
Coe, Ramona .
Cole, Bruce .
Cook, Frank .
Cooper, Louis .
One hundred eight
. . . 3-1
. 34, 69
20, 46, 47, 52, 73, 78
. . 11, 31, 53
. 31, 61, 69
20, 47, 58,
46, 47, 48, 50, 73
16, 31, 45, 55, 83
. . 52,53
. . 90
15, 16, 18, 20, 58
. . 8, 40
. . 34
30, 31, 45, 49, 53
30, 31, 45, 49, 53
34, 58, 59, 69
34, 40, 43, 53, 73
. . 6
. . 20
. . 61
. 16, 31, 53, 61
. . 34, 55
. . 20,52
. . 52
. . 34
11, 31, 45, 53, 73
. . .20
. . 3,38
. . 20
. . 31
. . 31,53
. . 20,52
. . 31
. . 31
. , 31
. . 20
. . 31,53
. . . 31
. . 31,55
Cottrill, Walter .
Covey, Mr. Hiram
Cox, Mary .
Craig, Betty .
Craig, Mildred A.
Bailey, Dorothy .
Daine, John .
Daugherty, Joe .
Davis, Harry .
Davis, Marvin .
Day, Lyla , .
Day, Mr. Richard .
De La Hunt, Stanley . 31, 53, 55,
Dempsey, Mrs, Sadie
Denby, Charles .
Dietz, Anita .
Dietz, Phil .
Dietz, Sam .
Dobbe, Herbert .
Dodd, Charles .
Downs, Don .
Dryer, Bob . .
9, 38, 57, 58,
. . 36,
Duvall, George . 16, 36, 58, 62, 64,
Dyas, Mary . . . .
Ecker, Peder . . . .
Edgar, Joyce . 18, 23, 42,
Edgar, Margaret . . 30,
Edwards, Mr. David
Edwards, John .
Elliott, Donald .
Elliott, Mrs. Grayce
Ellsworth, Arlene .
Elwell, Joe .
Elwood, David .
Emery, Ronald .
Erickson, Harold .
Ernst, Robert .
Ersland, Jo Ann
Eschbach, Phyllis .
Everett, Bud .
Fenley, John .
Finch, Betty .
Finch, La Nette .
Fincham, Jack .
Firth, Miss Margaret
Fitch, David .
Fitch, Faith .
Fitz, Robert .
Forsyth, Pat .
F'owler, Jane .
. 36, 58
. 15, 18
. 23, 40, 44,
. 36, 40
Hammond, Norma .
Galvin, Jerry 18,
Gerdes, Lynn .
Gibbs, Lauren .
23, 43, 44, 58, 59,
23, 47, 58, 59,
Gibbs, Pauline ....
Gill, Homer .
Gould, Gloria .
Gould, Janet .
Graft, Jane .
Green, Don .
,35, 38, 58, 62, 65, 72, 90
Hanger, Kenneth .
Hansel, John .
Harlan, Jean . ,
Harper, Dean .
Hartsook, Mis Fern
Hartt, Mr. Kenneth
Hartt, Mr. D. G.
Hendrickson, Elizabeth . .
Hendrickson, Robert .
Jebousek, Kay .
Jensen, Harris .
Jensen, Howard .
Jewell, Lois . .
Johns, Eleanor .
Johns, Gloria .
Johnson, Lois .
Johnston, Joan .
J ondall, Betty .
Jones, Darlene .
J one , Dolores .
Jones, Jean .
Jones, Maynard .
Kaplan, Miss Esther
Kauffman, Ruth .
Kerr, Dr. C. B. .
Kershner, Diana .
Kester, Miss Florence
Kincheloe, Ray .
King, Thomas .
Kleese, James .
Kline, Lois .
Knight, Jack .
Knight, Rolland .
Knuths, Constane .
Knuths, Ruth ' .
Knutson, Astrid .
Kooser, Ray .
Kyle, Virginia .
Lake, Jim .
Lande, George .
Lantz, David .
Hines, Donald .
Hines, Max . r
Hippaka, Bill .
Hixon, Raymond .
Larson Jeanne A. .
Larson, Jeanne L.
Larson, Jim ,
Larson, Max .
Hohenshell, Muriel . .
Holl, Bruce .
16, 17, 23, 44,
. . .
Horn, James .
Howell, Mr. Frank B. .
La Velle, Barbara .
Lawlor, Conrad .
Lidell, Oma Jane .
Light, Barbara .
Lodden, Dolores .
Long, Bob .
Loving, La Donna
Lynne, Morna .
Magill, Diana .
Mallam, Edward .
. 23, 48
. . . . 36
15, 23, 46, 47, 52, 73, 82
. . . . 36
. . . 36
. . . 32, 73
32, 53, 73, 82, 84, 90
. . . 23
. 8, 51
. 35, 53
. . 83
32, 49, 53
. . . 9
. . 23,7o,72
. . . 24,53
. . . 32,49
. . . . 32
. 35, 40, 69
. 11, 24, 42, 53
35, 48, 54
. . 32
. 33, 53, 69
. . . 35
. 35, 43, 52, 70, 81
. . . 35, 53
35, 38, 47, 48, 52, 73
. . 24, 54, 55
. . 33
. . 24, 51
. 19, 24, 43, 51, 73
. . . 33
. 24, 58, 71
. 15, 24, 42, 48, 73
. . 33, 55
33, 61, 67, 69
. . 33
. 33, 49, 53
. 33, 49, 54, 55
. 16, 35, 49, 45, 69
11, 35, 39, 45, 53, 55
. . . 33
. 35, 51
16, 35, 52
one hundred nine
Maney, David .
Markley, Caroline .
Markt, Doris .
Marrs, Jack . .
Martin, Arthur . 14,
Martin, Bill . .
Marvin, Shirley .
Mason, Ben .
Mason, Virginia .
Matters, Betty .
McCann, Josephine .
McClelland, Catharine .
McClure, Jon . .
McClure, Mary Lynn .
McColly, La Vone .
McCoy, Bob .
McDonald, Janet .
McElyea, Joan .
McFarland, Bob . .
McGavran, Margaret .
McKee, Pat . .
McKelvey, Martha .
McKinley, Marjorie .
McMillin, Miss Leta .
McNally, Miss Mary .
McNeil, Don .
Meek, Keith . .
Meeker, Prof. W. H.
Melberg, Mr. Merritt .
Merrill, Bill . .
Miller, Alyce . . 24
Miller, Lois . . .
Miller, Miss Ruth
Minott, Glenn .
Mitchell, Carolyn .
Mitchell, LeRoy .
Moody, Rosemary .
Moore, Owen .
Morford, Shirley .
Morris, Day .
Morris, Jim .
Morris, Walter .
Morrison, Beatrice .
Mueller, Marlyn .
Munn, Fritz .
Murray,Dr. W. G. .
Myers, Mary Jo .
Nass, Edwin .
One hundred ten
16, 35, 42
18, 24, 52
18, 24, 44
15, 16, 24
41, 47, 48
. 35, 40,
Neff, Marion . .
Nelson, Miss Charlotte
Nelson, Donald .
Netcott, Gloria .
Netcott, Janice .
Nichols, Wanda .
Nicholson, Jack . .
Nodland, Mr. Marvin T,
Odell, Jane . . .
Ohlson, Anita .
Olson, Coleen .
Olson, Dean .
Olson, Ramona .
Overland, Karen .
Parker, Lucille .
Parkhouse, Beverly .
Parriott, Richard .
Payer, Don . .
Penna, Betty Jo
Perry, Robert .
Peterson, Donald .
Peterson, Mary Lou .
Peterson, Wayne .
Piercy, Dr. K. C. .
Pierson, Marilyn .
Platt, Tom .
Porter, Phyllis .
Powers, Mary . .
Powers, Sally . .
Prather, Mary Virginia
Prehm, Darlene .
Price, Bill . .
Price, Harry .
Pyle, Jane . .
Raver, Duane .
Ray, Marlowe .
Reichardt, Evalyeen .
Rembold, Doris . .
Reynolds, Dick . .
Ricketts, Don . 14,18, 27,
Riggs, Mary Alice .
Robbins, Evie Lou .
Robbins, Herbert .
Robinson, Rosalie .
Roberg, Roger .
Rodgers, Lester . .
Rogness, Rev. Alvin N.
Rorabaugh, Leroy ,
Ross, Betsy .
Ross, Richard . .
58, 59, 62
Rothacker,Mark . 11,16,33,
5, 6, 7
Rude, Eugene .
Rushing, Marylee .
Ruth, Mrs. Louise A
Ryan, Kenneth .
Sayre, Miss Laura .
Schmidt, Malcolm .
Schneider, Bill .
Scott, Ronald .
Sevde, Richard .
Seversike, Carroll .
Severson, Mrs. Eleanor
Severson, Paul .
Sevey, Bob . .
Shearer, Mary Jeanne
Shipley, Richard .
Shockley, Alice .
Sjolander, Eric .
Sjurson, Paul 14, 37, 52, 54
Smith, Bill . .
Smith, James .
Smith, Marvin .
Smith, Pat .
Smith, Terry .
Smothers, Mitsi .
Soreghan, Phyllis .
Sowers, Max 14, 16, 17, 33, 58, 62
Stahl, John . .
Stevens, Velta .
Stephenson, Bill .
Stewart, Robert .
Stewart, Oreta .
Stoakes, Phyllis .
Stock, Ellen .
Stock, Rita . .
Sumberg, Shirley .
Summers, Phyllis .
Sundall, Kenneth .
Swank, Fred .
Taylor, John .
Taylor, Keith .
Thiel Dreston .
Thompson, Mary Jean . .
Thompson, Phyllis . 28, 43, 44, 47,
Tilden, Bob .
Tiller, Mr. Olav .
Turner, George .
Ullestad, Don .
Ullestad, Ione .
Van Voorhis, Bob
Vifquain, Elaine .
. 28, 58
. 19, 28, 52
. 28, 68
. . 34, 69
. 34, 49, 54, 55
. . . 34
. 18, 28, 44, 58, 70, 71, 72
57, 58, 64, 68, 69, 72
. . 34, 53
. . 34, 68, 70
. 34, 55
. 37, 55, 69
. . 28, 53
28, 52, 55, 68, 70
Vifquain, Ned . 14, 16, 34, 45, 58, 59, 67, 68, 69
Vore, Herman .
Walker, Bob .
Wall, Harold .
Wallace, Keith .
Warrell, Barbara . .
Warrell, Beverly .
Warren, Alene .
Weaver, Donald .
Webb, Lillian .
Weber, Barbara .
Whitley, Mary .
White, Arba .
. . . 28
. . 34, 49, 69
. 34, 53, 45
. 28, 56, 58
. . . 37
40, 45, 48, 50, 51, 53
. . 37, 73
. 37, 73
. . . 34
. . . 37
37, 40, 53, 73, 75
14, 37, 40, 45, 48, 53
. . 34, 53
. . . 37
28, 43, 52, 73, 88
. . 37, 48, 50
Wilcox, Miss Edna G ..... 9, 47
Wilhelm, Max .
Wilkins, Joan .
Williams, Miss Esther
Willis, John . .
Wright, Barbara .
Wunderle, Alita .
Wymore, Wayne .
Zea, Dale .
Zea, Elsie . .
Zenor, Warren .
Zimmerman, Miss Irma .
Zoellner, Arthur .
Zoellner, Mercier .
37, 55, 58, 62, 68, 69
. . 34, 49, 52
. 15, 28, 53, 73
. 37, 52, 53
. 11, 28
. 37, 58
34, 45, 49
. . . 34
. . 28, 47, 53
37, 45, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56
. . 34,55
. . . 34
one hundred eleven
This is your bookg
We're finally tliroiighg
If yoifive got a kick coming
TVe'll give it to you.
. W 'A'
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