Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1946

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K -A 'A' gf . N f 5X ,pgivf XT' ' p ' f - x, 3, wx V, V f ,Ex , XXX, ' ' , ' N N ' 3 X Jdcfminw fkafion MARVIN T. BTODLA ND Our superintendent is complet- ing l1is second year as head of the Ames public schools. He is active in civic affairs, as president of the A1nes Rotary Club, member of the playground commission, Red Cross Board and Camp Fire Council. His job is that of coordinating the activities of the schools, and furn- ishing leadership in planning the further development of its educa- tional facilities and program. eddage fo Sniord HE Class of 1946 is standing 011 the threshold of a new era. The second world War which cloud- ed a large part of your high school career is over, tl1c atomic age is born, and hope for world security fills the air. Graduation time finds you emerging into a future bright with possibilities for men and Women of character, of initiative and of talent. The frontiers you face are of the mind and soul rather than of the physical. Our geographical fron- Eight tiers are gone but the frontiers of scientific achievement and of social and moral conduct at the World level offer great opportunities for further exploration. Leadership in these areas will require trained minds and strength of character. To that end We hope that your education at Ames High School will prove valuable. As you seek new goals, We trust that our school motto, "Ames High Aims High," will continue to be a guide and inspiration. QWLO fo iA8 xSQlfL48IfLf E y MES High Seliool has again eoneluded a sneeessfnl year -a year of niany vvortlm'hile aehievenients and a year whieh has brought to both students and fae- ulty that sense of satisfaction and happiness whieh eonies with a job well done. In many ways this first post- war year has been partieularly dilfienlt. Many adjustments and ehanges were necessary, neverthe- less, snec-ess has resulted due in large ineasure to the inagnifieent, HEIiBl'lll'f C". Am Ms Happily for Ames High, Prin- eipal Herbert V. Adains eonsiders eounselling students his niost ini-- portant fnnetion, and the students who have had his help in solving sonie of their problenis testify to his ability. Mr. Adainsl hobbies are reading and outdoor sports, particularly golf, hunting, and fish- ing. Mrs. Adanis, flliuek, Steve and Jiin enjoy these sports with liini. spirit of work, patience and eo-- operation manifested by students and faculty alike. lVe salute the Class of 1946 whim-h has furnished the high sehool with so niany talented and inspira- tional leaders who have worked both etfieiently and effeetively. Truly, those of the Class of 1946 have etehed forever on the records of the sehool and in the nienlories of those who knew theni best, their fundamental belief, 'tAn1es Hi fXlHlS Highf' W Nine S1111t. Marvin N11d121111l, Mr, N. J. Bl'11,1'1?l11, Dr. NY. G. Murray, Prof. W. H. Meeker, Mr, Frank B, H11w0ll, Mr. Frank A1l21111s, Mr, David Edwards SSZAOOK MGP! 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Piercy, city school physician, assisted by Miss Eva Lindgren, R.N., examined the students and reported any abnormal conditions to pupils and parents. On the whole, the sophomores were found to be healthy as only 30 received recommendations for further med- ical attention. Most of these cor- rections have been made now. This year every school child in Ames Was given an opportunity for a Schick test to detect the de- gree of immunity to diphtheria among the students. Approxi- mately 66 percent of the total en- rollment took the test and 27 per- cent of those taking it were found to be susceptible to the disease. These students were given an immunization ' ' shot. " Every child in the schools was also given a rapid inspection and a vision test. Readmittance examinations were given to all those who had been absent for three or more consecu- tive days. A class in home nursing has been given in the home economics de- partment under the supervision of Miss Florence Adolph With the aid of a student teacher. 'A' Miss Eva Lindgren and a young patient EIC wen rincayooz HE high sehool priileipalls of- liee is a l,lllS.V plaee, what wifh all The many Elllfl varied kinds of aefivilies gillllg' on lllO1'0. Keeping eller-k, lwiee daily. on 471 sfndenfs and 33 far-nlfy 1110111- hers is only a llllgllllllllgf. Prepa- ration of daily bulletins for the leaf-llers, weekly ealendars and inenus for fhe 1-afeleria are all in a weelq's work, foo. Then, There is The elieeking of inaterials for the Teac-hers, lblllflllg our siipplies, sending out reporf eards, giving offieial approval to all passes, approviiig' all exenses for absenee or fardies a11d super- vising' 'the offiee Training of ad- vanced C'01llHlQl't,'l2ll Slllllflllli 75 ice Responsibilities of These girls inelnde The delivering' of passes Elllll 1l1QI110I'H11flH 'fo all teachers, Taking' teleplione calls and galller- ing 1111 attendance slips. 'l"l1is office also keeps all sorts of statislieal records such as per- eeiitages of abseiiees Hllll 'rardies every six Weeks. Those i11 charge of this Offiee niusl be versatile and efficient sinee fhey are 1'QffQllll0l1lSlS, eonn- sellors a11d sec-refaries. Those hold- ing' the post this year have been Mrs. Erma Slaielierf, Mrs. Mary 'llurner and Mrs. Margie Berglund. All have fnliilled their jobs as 1-ounsellors and secretaries and have been popular among students. 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D111'i11g' H10 Jelflffij 8 Sllllllll01', H10 S111lO1'lllTlQ'l1llCllf,S Zlll- llllill 1'0p111'T 111 H10 il'i02l1'4l of Eflu- 1'11li1111 z1111l l'l1Q lll11lQ,'Ol' for H10 IIOXT 'v0z11' z11'0 111'011z11'01l z1111l 1lis'11'ib11fc-fl by Hiis 11ffi1'0. All bills z11'0 1-l101-k01l Zlllfl 11z1i1l by Hiis uffic-0, z1111l i11 z11l1li'1i1111, llllillllllj' pay rolls z11'0 111'011z11'01l a111cl Sillilfj' W2ll'1'2llllS is- s1101l for all 011111l11y00s of H10 pub- lif' s0l11111ls. illllf' urlulf 01l11011H1111 ll1'0g'1'2llll. 1'O2ll'l1lllQ ow-1' fwo l111111l1'01l 1'0si- 1l011ts of lX11l0S. was 2ll'1'2lllg'Cfl z1111l 1f11111l110i01l Jfll1'0l1gll Jfllkl s111101'i11- l01lfl011l7S offivc. Public' f01'll1l1 11100fi11g's, l10l1l for H10 C'lCVC11l'll 1-1111s01'11TiV0 y0a111, W01'0 z11'1'a11g01l for by M12 Xml- lz111cl. Pliblivity 1llZltC1'lillS for H10s0 fo1'11111s w0r0 disf1'ibut01l by H10 s111101'i11t0111l0111's offic0. Tlzirfern MR. ARTHUR AMUNDSON MISS MADALENE CANVIN MR. HIRAM COVEY MR. DONALD HARTT MRS. MYRNA GREEN MISS ANN BEATTY MISS EDNA VVILLIAMS MR. KENNETH PAGE MISS CHARLOTTE NELSON QCLC 6l":5 Fourfef"n Imac 8145 MRS. ELIZABETH DICKINSON MISS LELA DOBSON MR. HUBERT TURNER MISS FLORENCE KESTER MR. NYILLIAM SLAICHERT MISS RUTH MILLER MISS OPAL ROBINSON MISS MARY Mc'NALLY MR. MERRITT MELBERG Fiflm 71 MR. EVERETT RITLAND MISS ROSE ELLIOTT MISS JEAN MILLER MR. LAWENCE SIIVIMERING MR. OLAV TILLER MR. RICHARD DAY MISS FLORENCE ADOLPH MR. VVESLEY BARTLETT MISS EDNA NVILCOX LC 8l":5 S i-.rteen jab' 8l"5 6Ll'L6! CXO-mea NDER the guidance of Elor- e11ce Adolph, Regina Briant and Marcia Turner, Ames High boys and girls explore the realms of home economics. Arthur Amundson took Wesley Bartlett's place in teaching chemistry and biology. Ann Beatty teaches first and second year Spanish and soph- omore English. Training young voices in the Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus and A Cappella Choir is Edna Bower's job. Frank Brandt tries to develop eloquent public speakers besides producing excellent plays. In her advanced commercial classes, Madalene Canvin stresses speed and efficiency. Hiram Covey divides his time between commercial law, boys, physical education and track. Richard Day and Jean Miller act as instru- mental music instructors. Eliza- beth Dickinson instructs sopho- mores in English. Teaching sec- ond year Latin students Caesar is Rose Elliott's contribution to Ames High education. Eleanor Severson, Lela Dobson, Mrs. Hubert Turner and Rachael Evans have served as librarians this year. Mrs. Myrna Green in- structs first year commercial stu- dents. Donald Hartt drills young enthusiasts in aeronautics, radio code and physics. F l o r e n c e Kester encourages amateur artists to develop their talents. Along with serving as general treasurer, Mary McNally guides typists and world literature classes. Merritt Melberg and Lawrence Simmering serve as industrial arts and mechanical drawing instructors. Ruth Miller divides her time between algebra, solid geometry and trig. Besides teaching problems in written and oral expression and journalism, Charlotte Nelson is girls' advisor. Kenneth Page teaches the wonders of plane geo- metry and American government. Everett Ritland directs voca- tional guidance, sponsors Hi-Y and Student Council, teaches Ameri- can literature and is boys, advisor. Opal Robinson keeps girls physi- cally iit through physical educa- tion and G. A. A. Bewildered boys and girls learn the marvels of circles and lines from XVilliam Slaichert. Glav Tiller serves as head coach and keeps order in a study hall. Hubert Turner teaches history and sociology classes. Edna Wilcox in- structs America nliterature. Edna Williains teaches American history classes. Seventeen MR. RAY CUNNINGHAM Rav ii'u11ningl1z11n, general secre- 'mrv of The Y. M. fl. A. :ii Iowa Sizife eollege, was our Frienxlship lVeek speaker this year. Friend- ship lVeek was helcl hefween Feli- 1'l1i11"V 5 and 8. The general program ineluclefl ialks in general zissenihlv eaeh niorning and forunis in fhe affer- noon and at night. The forunis in- elnclerl one for seniors. juniors and sophomores, boys' fornni, girls' foruni and parenis, foruni. Mr. flllllllllllgllillll, through his line unclersfaiicling of young peo- ple and his good judgnienii and acl- viee. gave us 21 nieinorable week, one Whieh will not soon be for- gotten. QLAITUQJ DIANA MAGILL In eoiiipefifioii with 27.000 other high sehool stucleiiis. Diana won The Pepsi-Volzi seliohirsliip 1-oiiiesi. This -ziwzirml gives her ai four-year eollege emlueziiioii. During high sehool, Diana was ai nieniher of Library Vhih, editor of The ilVeh, Devotions Ullilllqlllilll on Girl Reserve Vzihinef :incl assist- ant editor of the SPIRIT. The whole stuclent hocly wishes Diana The hest of luck in 4-ollege. She has shown the high sizniclarrls of Anies High in seliolaistie z1ehieve-- nieni. l'.'iy1llfM'll omior Q 6055 oomci HE seeond year in high sehool proved even more sueeessful than the first for the Junior Red Cross Uouneil. Composed of one member popularly eleeted from each homeroom in high school, the eouneil Works hand-in-hand with the Red Cross in Ames. The first projeet of the year was the roll eall, in which every mem-- ber of high sehool pledged some Contribution to the Junior Red Cross. One hundred per eent this year, the eouneil topped their goal With a collection of over 215114. Before Christmas, the home- roonis paeked fi'l11'lSf11121S boxes to be sent overseas by the Red Cross. These were sent to a locality in Belgium from Whieh Ames High received several tliank-you notes Written in Freneh. Tor Row: Wilson, E, Taylor, Hin- richson, Soren- son, P. Smith, Harter, M. Pe- terson Siccoxn Row: L e c h n e r, B. Ross, N. Arm- strong, Bradish, B a 1' n e t t, M. Meyers Borrom Row: Giese, Jacob, J. Anderson,J. Gould, Robert- son Some of the eouneil members as- sisted at the tea in honor of Miss Ami Goplerud, former teacher in Ames sehools, vvho had just return- ed from overseas Where she enter- tained the armed services. She presented a program in the audit- orium to open the Red Cross drive in Ames. The last projeet of the Junior Red flross Council Was a scrap- book, the idea of which was form- ed last year. The book contained information of the sehool, the eom- munity, the state and the nation. Pietures of interest were ineluded in this book. Plans were made to send it to the same loeality in Bel- gium where the Cliristmas pack- ages vvere sent. Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson spon- sored the eouneil. Nineteen .glfucfenf QDLVLCI: HE voice of the student body is heard through the Student Founcil. Presidents of the eighteen home- rooms eompose this council, so personnel changes each semester. One project undertaken this year was the purchase of a plaque in memory of Ames High boys Who lost their lives in lVorld Wlar ll. The finished plaque, of solid bronze, twenty by thirty inches, is to hang on the south wall of east hall. Stu- dents contributed generously to make the campaign for raising the neeessary.S275 a success. One other important project undertaken by the Student Council this year was the revision of the handbook given to all sophomores. Tw euty Our Student Council maintained Open House sponsorship this year with an equally successful result. Our homeroom organization is the basis of our successful student governing system. It has func- tioned for nearly tvvo decades. In the alloted time each morning, the pupils are encouraged to discuss student affairs. The Ames High Student flouncil is an example of democracy at work. Officers first and second semes- ter were Herb Robbins, Glenn Minott, presidents, Harold Gas- kill, John Fenley, vice-presidents, Albert Ballard, Mary Powers, secretaries and Rosalie Robinson, treasurer. Everett Ritland was faculty advisor. Tor Row: D. Larson, G. Moore, Paul Gibbs, G. Clark, Halden, Gore SlceoNn Row: R. Mc- Farland, M. But- ler, Robinson, J. Miller, S. Day, M. Hines Bo'rToM Row: Gaskill, Fenley, Minott, Mr. Ritland, Rob- bins, A, Ballard Toi' Row: Marrs, Mallam, Price, T. Schultz, Al- dinger S1-zcoxn Row: Harlan, VVun- derle, Robinson, R u s h i n g, W1'ight BoT'roM Row: C h a s e, Joan- nides, Miss Mc- Nally, E. Smith, Mueller xSQlfL6!8lfLf aj"66l,f5lfl,l"8l":5 IGH commendation is de- served by our hard working group of student treasurers. In cooperation with Miss Mary Mc- Nally, general treasurer and her assistant, Alita VVunderle, they have again proven the resource- fulness of the student body. Hur- rict, the largest single enterprise undertaken this year, was iinanced entirely by this group of budget Wizards. A specific budget was allowed the production. Checks had to be signed, countersigned, and approved for costumes and property. Books had to be bal- anced. Much of this was done by capable Alita Wuiiclerle. Our financial accounting system is simple, with money for all activ- ities in a general checking account. There is a dual benefit from this, all activities gain in case of a de- ficit in some department and there more accuracy in accounting. Another good point is the three- Way check system in Writing requisitions. After tl1e student has signed them, the sponsor of that organization attaches his sig- nature. As a tinal check, Prin- cipal Adams signs it. The requi- sitions then go to Miss McNally, Who Writes the checks. This sys- tem Works for the beneiit of every- one. One outstanding student trea- surer is Harry Price, who has Worked many hours each Week for three years. He has borne the title of student treasurer for ath- letics proudly, making a financial accounting of all receipts and ex- penditures. Twenty-one 3 ire gmac! LASHING tive-tenths of a sec- ond from the previous fire drill record, iire squad established a new record by emptying the building of students in forty-seven and five-tenths seconds. In addition to conducting fire drills, the twelve senior, fifteen junior and twelve sophomore mem- bers of iirc squad were responsible for eliminating confusion in the halls. The halls were supervised each day from 8:30 to 8:45 and from 12 :45 to 1:00 by sophomore and junior members taking their turns at this duty every other week. Senior members had no regular hall duty but did oc- casionally act as substitutes. Nominations for fire squad mem- bers are made by the junior high school principals. Members are chosen from these nominations by the entire fire squad membership. Fire squad members held a meet- ing every Thursday noon to discuss current problems with their spon- sor, Miss Ruth Miller. Rolland Knight served as fire chief, John Edwards as assistant chief and Max Sowers as secretary- treasurer. Tor Row: Fitzsimmons, Angle, Murray, Grant, T. Shultz, Harper, Sowers, A. Christensen Timm Row: Barnes, Aldinger, Bourne, J. Johnson, Rothacker, N. Brown, Borgmeyer, D. Larson D. M0o1'e SIQCQND Row: D, Arrasinith, Mallam, Edwards, Hixon, Miss Miller, Halden, Gore, Allbaugh Bo'l"l'oM Row: Long, Maney, Alcoek, Knight, Akin, A. Ballard, Max Wilhelm Twenty-two ,glniom enior aggnafe UIDED by David Maney, pres- ident, Jini Sinith, vice-pres- ident, Marjorie VVebber, secretary and Ed Mallani, treasurer, the Senior Senate planned the senior week activities. Baccalaureate was scheduled for May 19 with Father Steffen of St. fifecelia's Vhurch as speaker. The senior picnic was planned for May 21 at the Conn- try I 'l11b. Graduation exercises Tor Row: Lantz, Breon, Minnott, VVilhel1n, G u t- man. SICUOND Row: Smith, Webber, Mr, Page, Rob-4 inson, Wilson B o 'r 'r o M Row: Robbins, F e n- ley, Ballard, Maney, Gaskill, J. Smith took place in the auditoriiun on May 23. The Senior Senate was in charge of selling tickets for the senior class play, Angel Street, which financed the senior picnic. The senate is composed of the six home- rooin presidents, a representative from each honierooni and the four class officers. Kenneth Page acted as sponsor for the group, assisted Twenty-four -k Bud argues against military conscription while Bob, Betsy and Phyl organize their notes by Mrs. Myrna Green and Miss Florenr-e Adolph. Among' the glittering' eelebraties of tl1e elass of 46 were Dale l3reon. seleeted all-state football guard, Astrid Knutson, who tool: first plaee in piano at the state innsie eontest and Diana Magill, winner of a four-year seholarship award 1-ontest sponsored by the Pepsi- Fola eompany. Marian flll0Sll11gl'. Paul Sjnrson and Al Ballard were ehosen "tear-herls pets" at the mid- year danee. Sriim' sweetheart was lVanda June Smith. with Rosella O'Neil and Marian Vhesling' as her attendents. Lost to the armed services were Rim-hard Ross and Jam-li Marrs, who joined tl1e Navy. Larry Gus- taifson returned to Ames Hifrh after a year in the Army. Enrolling' at lowa State eollege at the end of the first semester were Bob Norton, Ronald Bef-lqer, 5 llivk Reynolds and John Hanselg Harold llaskill entered Ohio State eollege. .llzyel Street, by Patrick Hamil- ton, was presented by the senior c-lass on May 3 and 4. 'llhe east invlnded Margret lllallaee as Mrs. Manningham, Diek Arnold as Mr. Mamiingham. Harry Priee as Rongli, Phyllis Snnnners as Eliza- beth, Dorothy lVllll2lI1lS and Ellen Stoek sharing' the part of Naney and Lew Andrus and Merle Af:- eola as the polieeinen. The auditorium rom-lied on March l when "Robbin's Goonsf' the newly organized swing band under the direetion of Herb Robbins, presented an assembly of popular lllllSl1'. 'lllirongh lots of hard work and lots of good times, the seniors of '46 emerge as confident, ambitious young' adults, faeing the world of tomorrow. t Day-dreaming 'A' Pretty funny, hey, gals? t Amazing world, isn't it" Twenty-f'ivc' ACCOLA, MERLE: Hi-Y 35 from Slater5 Band 35 Orchestra 3 . . . AKIN, CHARLES: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Home- room activity director 35 Fire Squad 2-35 Spirit staff 35 Varsity football 35 Varsity track 2-35 Varsity basket- ball 3 . . . ALCOCK, RICHARD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroom pres- ident 15 activity director 25 Student Council 15 Mixed Chorus 1 5 Boys' Glce Club 15 Fire Squad 1-2-35 Choir 25 Junior Executive Council5 Varsity track 1-2-3 . . . ALLEN, JUANITA: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . ANDRUS, LEW: Hi-Y 1-2-35 cabinet 2-35 Homeroom activity director 15 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Junior Class Play5 Youth Center Council 3 . . . ANDERSON, JOYCE: G. R. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 15 Pep Club 1-25 Junior Red Cross representative 3 . . . ARMSTRONG, NORVAL: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroom vice-president: 25 president 25 Student Council 25 treas- urer 25 Rand 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-35 president 35 Junior Red Cross representative 25 Varsity track 1-2-3 . . . ARNOLD, RICHARD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 president. 35 Junior Class Play5 Senior Class Play . . . ARNOLD, STANLEY: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Fire Squad 1-2-3 . . . ISALLARD, ALBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Mixed Chorus 1-2-35 Choir 25 Boys' Glee Club 15 Homeroom president 35 Student Council 35 secretary 35 Senior Senate5 Var- sity Club president 35 Fire Squad 1-2-35 Varsity foot- ball 2-35 Varsity basketball 2-3: Varsity track 1-2-3 . . . BAPPE, Bonner. Hi-Y 1-2-35 Varsity football 3 . . . nuns, ARNOLD: H1-Y 1-2-3, varsity U-ack 2 . . . RECKER, RONALD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1 . . . RERG, PAULINE: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . Twenty-six BERGESON5 RICHARD: Hi-Y 35 moved from Story City . . . BERHOVV, RICHARD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Mixed Chorus 35 Homeroom activity director 2 . . . BRADISH, JOIIN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Junior Red Cross representative 2-3 . . . BRAUN, ROGER: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Boys' Glee Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2-3 . . . BRETNALL, MILDRED: G. R. 1-2-35 president 35 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 secretary 25 Choir 2-35 Homeroom president 1-25 secretary 35 Student Council 2-35 Spirit staff 2-35 Pep Club 1-2-35 G. A. A. 1-25 Youth Center Council 3 . . . BREON, DALE: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Senior Senate5 Varsity football 2-35 captain 35 Varsity Club secretary 3 . . . BROVVN, IMOGENE: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 35 Rand 1-2-35 librarian 25 Orchestra l-2-3 . . . BROVVN, ROBERT: Hi-Y l-2-35 Rand 1-2-35 president 35 Or- chestra 1-2-3 . . . BURNIIAM, WTLMA: G. R. 2-35 moved from Slater . . . CALDVVELL, NANCE: G. R. 1-2-35 representa- tive 25 cabinet 35 Choir 2-35 Girls Glee Club 1-25 G. A. A. 1-25 Homeroom secretary 35 Pep Club 3 . . . CHASE, ELINOR: G. R. 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-35 sec- retary-treasurer 35 Spirit staff 3 . . . CIIESLING, MARIAN: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 25 president 35 Home- room activity director 15 G. A. A. 1-25 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Junior Class Play5 Spirit staff 1-2-35 Pep Club 1-2-35 Youth Center Council 2 . . . CHRISTOFFERSON, FLOYD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-25 Mixed Chorus 3 . . . CLEMENS, PATRICIA: G. R. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 15 Junior Red Cross repre- sentative 1-2 5 Library Club 3 . . . Twenty-seven COX, MARY: G. R. 1-2-33 representative 2 . . . DAVIS, MARVIN: Hi-Y 1-2-33 Cheer Squad 3 . . . DENBY, CHARLES: Ili-Y 1-2-33 Rand 1-2-33 Choir 1-2-33 Homeroom activity director 23 Youth Center Council 2-33 Junior Class Play . . . DUVALL, GEORGE: Hi-Y 1-2-33 Homeroom president 23 Student Council 23 Varsity tennis 1-23 Varsity football 23 Var- sity basketball 2 . . . EDWARDS, JOHN: Hi-Y 1-2-33 Homeroom secretary 13 vice-president 23 Fire Squad 2-33 Varsity football 2-3 . . . ELLSWORTH, ARLENE: G. R. 1-2-33 repre- sentative 33 Girls' Glee Club 1-2-33 Mixed Chorus 1-2-3 ERICKSON3 IIAROLD: Hi-Y 33 moved from North Grant . . . ERSLAND, JOANNE: G. R. 1-2-33 cabinet 23 Girls' Glee Club 1 3 Dramatic Club 13 Debate Club 1 3 Pep Club 23 Homeroom secretary 1 . . . EVERETT3 BUD: Hi-Y 2-33 Mixed Chorus 33 Home- room vice-president 33 Varsity track 2-33 moved from Sioux Falls, South Dakota . . . FENLEY, JOHN: Hi-Y 1-2-33 Ilomeroom vice-president 13 president 33 Student Council 33 Senior Senate: Varsity traeki 2-33 Varsity football 3: Varsity basketball 2-3 . . . FINCH, BETTY: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . FITCH, DAVID: Homeroom viee-president 33 Debate Club 13 Mixed Chorus 33 Spirit staff 3 . . . FITZ, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . FOWLER, JANE: G. R. 1-2-33 cabinet 33 Girls, Glee Club 1-23 Mixed Chorus 23 Pep Club 3 . . . ' Twenty-eight GASKILL, HAROLD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroom vice- president 15 president 35 Student Council 35 vice-pres- ident 35 Debate Club 15 Spirit staff 25 Dramatic Club 1-25 Junior Class Play . . . GIBBS, PAULINE: G. R. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Junior Class Play5 Home- room secretary 25 G. A. A. 1-2-3 . . . GIITMANN, JACK: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Mixed Chorus 35 Dramatic Club 15 Homeroom secretary 25 activity di- rector 35 Senior Senate . . . HAMMOND, NORMA: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 25 Mixed Chorus 25 vice-president 25 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 vice-president 15 Homeroom vice-president 15 Spirit staff 25 Pep Club 2-35 vice- president 3 . . . HANGER5 KENNETH: Hi-Y 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Home- room Vice-president 2 . . . HANSEL, JOHN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Spirit staff 2 . . . HARLAN, JEAN: G. R. 1-2-3: cabinet 35 Spirit staff 35 Dramatic Club 1-25 Homeroom president 15 Student Council 15 Pep Club 3 . . . HARRISON, FRED: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . HINES, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . HIXON, RAY: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Fire Squad 2-35 Debate Club 15 Spirit staff 35 Homeroom activity director 3 . . . HOCKER, JOHN: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . HORN, JIM: ,Hi-Y 1-2-35 Choir 1-2-35 president 35 Cubs' Club 1-25 Spirit staff 35 Boys' Glee Club 1 . . . HOTCHKISS, DONALD: Hi-Y 2-35 Band 2-35 Or- chestra 2-35 Mixed Chorus 25 Choir 35 Homeroom acti- vity director 35 Varsity track 2-35 moved from Napier . . . HUKILL, VIRGINIA: G. R. 1-2-3: representative 25 Cubs' Club 25 Homeroom secretary 1-25 vice-prcs- ident 25 Pep Club 3 . . . ' Twenty-nine IRVING, ROBERTA: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 25 Dramatic Club 1 . . . JOANNIDES, DOROTHY: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Mixed Chorus 15 Choir 1-2-35 librarian 25 secretary 35 Homeroom secretary 2 . . . JOHNS, GLORIA: G. R. 1-2-3 . . .JOHNSON, LEORA: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . JOHNSON, LOTS: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 35 G. A. A. 35 cabinet 35 Homeroom vice-president 3 . . . JONDALL5 BETTY: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . KAVFFMAN, RTXTH: G. R. 1-2-35 Choir 35 Girls! Glcc Club 1-2 ...' KILRORN, RUTH: G. R. 35 repre- sentative 35 moved from Boone . . . KNIGHT, ROLLAND: Hi-Y 1-2-35 cabinet 25 Home room president 15 Student Council 15 Junior Executive Council5 Junior Class president5 Youth Center Council 25 Fire Squad 1-2-35 chief 35 Varsity football 35 Var-- sity track 1-2-35 Varsity basketball 2-35 captain 3 . . . KNUTSON, ASTRID: G. R. 2-35 cabinet 35 Home- room secretary 35 Choir 2-35 Rand 2-35 Orchestra 2-3: Dramatic Club 25 G. A. A. 35 Library Club 3 . . . LANDE, GEORGE: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . LANTZ, DAVID: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Boys, G-lee Club 15 Dramatic Club 15 Mix- ed Chorus 15 Choir 2-35 Spirit staff 2-35 Varsity golf 2-3 LARSON5 JEANNE: G. R. 2-35 cabinet 35 Mixed Chorus 25 librarian 25 Choir 35 Homeroom secretary 25 G. A. A. 2-35 president 35 Pep Club 35 Spirit staff 35 moved from Slater . . . LONG, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Junior Class Playg Spirit staff 35 Cubs' Club 25 Fire Squad 1-2-35 Homeroom activity director 15 vice-president 25 Varsity track 2-3 . . . Nm-fy MCELYEA, JOAN: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Mixed Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Choir 35 Cubs, Club 25 Pep Club 2-35 Homeroom vice-president 2-35 Spirit staff 3 . . . MQKINLEY, MARJORIE: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . MAGILL, DIANA: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Library Club 1-2-35 Spirit staff 3 . . . MALLAM, EDVVARD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Mixed Chorus 15 Choir 2-35 robekeeper 35 Student Council 25 Homeroom president 2: Fire Squad 1-2-3 . . . MANEY, DAVID: Hi-Y 1-2-35 cabinet, vice-president 1-25 Homeroom vice-president 15 activity director 2: president 25 Student Council 25 Spirit staff 25 Senior Senate5 Senior Class president5 Fire Squad 1-2-3: Var- sity track 1-2-35 Varsity football 35 Varsity basketball 3 . . . MARRS, JACK: Hi-Y 1-2-35 cabinet, treasurer 2-35 Choir 2-35 Mixed Chorus 15 Homeroom president 15 activity di1'ector 25 Student Council 15 Junior Class Play5 Junior Executive Council . . . MASON, BENJAMIN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Varsity track 1-2-3 . . . MATHER, RICHARD: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . MATHEWS, KATHERINE: G. R. 2-35 Girls Glee Club 25 Band 25 G. A. A. 2-35 moved from Yates City, Illinois . . . MILLER, LOIS: G. R. 1-2-3: representa- tive 35 G. A. A. 1-25 Library Club 2-35 Cubs' Club 1 . . . MINOTT, GLENN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 I-Iomeroom president 35 Student Council, president 35 Senior Senate . . . MORRIS, VVALTER: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Debate Club 15 Homeroom secretary 15 activity director 2 . . . MORRISON, RETTE: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 3 . . . MLELLER, MARILYN: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Orchestra 15 Ilomeroom activity director 15 Pep Club 2-3, o. lx. .x. 1-2-3, spa-if staff 3 . . . Thirty-mw MURPHY, GERALD: Hi-Y 35 Varsity basketball 35 Varsity golf 35 moved from Dodge City, Kansas . . . NASS, EDVVIN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroom vice-president 3 NEFF, MARIAN: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Choir 35 Dramatic Club 35 Homeroom secretary 1-25 Pep Club 2-3: president 35 Cheer Squad 1 . . . NELSON, STANLEY: Hi-Y 35 moved from Stanhope . . . NOLTA, YVONNE: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 35 Dramatic Club 1-2 . . . NORTON, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Boys' Glec Club 15 Mixed Chorus 15 Spirit staff 2-35 Junior Class Play . . . - NOWLIN, PATRICIA: G. R. 1-2-35 Homeroom secre- tary 1: activity director 15 Cheer Squad 25 Library Club 2-35 Pep Club 3 . . . ODELL, JANE: G. R. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 G. A. A. 1-2-3, council 35 Spirit stalt' 2-3 . . . OLSON, RAMONA: G. R. 2-35 representative 25 Libra- ry Club 2-35 Homeroom secretary 35 Pep Club 35 moved from North Grant . . . OLSON, DEAN: Hi-Y 2-35 moved from North Grant . . . O 'NElL, ROSELLA: G. R. 1-2-35 secretary 35 cabinet 2-35 Homcroom secretary 15 Girls' Glee Club 15 Pep Club 1-2-3 . . . OVERLAND, KAREN: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 35 G. A. A. 2-3 . . . PARSONS, BARBARA: G. R. 35 moved from Creston . . . PAYER, DONALD: Hi-Y 2-35 moved from Kansas City, Missouri . . . 1 'I'l1,i1'ty-Iwo PERRY, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . PETERSON, DONALD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 2 . . . PETERSON, MARY LOU: G. R. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-25 Junior Red Cross representative 3 . . . POWERS, SALLY: G. R. 2-35 Girls' Glee Club 2-35 Pep Club 3 PRATHER, MARY VIRGINIA: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . PREHM, DARLENE: G. R. 1-2-35 Girls Glee Club 1-25 Mixed Chorus 2 . . . PRICE, HAROLD: IIi-Y I-2-35 Dramatic Club I-2-35 Homeroom activity director 25 Junior Class Play5 Sen- ior Class Playg Athletics treasurer I-2-3 . . . PYLE, JANE: G. R. 2-35 cabinet 35 Spirit staff 35 editor 35 Junior Red Cross representative 25 Homeroom secre- tary 25 Pep Club 35 moved from Fort Sill, Oklahoma . . . RASMUSSEN, FLORENCE: G. R. I-2-3 . . . RAS- MUSSEN, MARY: G. R. 1-2-35 Mixed Chorus 15 Choir 15 Band 1 . . . RAY, MARLOVVE: Hi-Y I-2-35 Homeroom activity director I5 Varsity track 2-35 Varsity Club viee-pres- ident 2 . . . REYNOLDS, RICHARD: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroom activity director 25 Band 1-25 Orchestra 1-25 vice-president 25 Mixed Chorus 15 Choir 25 Spirit staff 2 . . . ROBBINS, HERBERT: Hi-Y 2-35 Choir 35 Band 2-35 Homeroom president 35 Student Council 35 president 35 Fire Squad 25 Senior Senate5 Junior Class vice- presidentg Varsity football . . . ROBINSON, ROS- ALIE: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Dramatic Club I-25 Homeroom vice-president 15 secretary 25 president 35 Student Council 35 treasurer 35 Spirit staff 2-35 Cubs Club 1-25 president 25 Senior Senate5 Junior Executive Couneil5 G. A. A. I5 Library Club 2-35 president 35 Pep Club 2-3 . . . 1 ROSS, BETSY: G. R. 1-2-35 Debate Club 15 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Junior Class Play . . . RUDE, EUGENE: Ili-Y 1-2-3 . . . SANDMAN, MAVIS: G. R. 2-35 moved here from Fresco . . . SCHANCHE, DOROTHY: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Choir 2-35 Dramatic Club 15 Homcroom acti- vity director 1-25 Pep Club 2-3 . . . SCHMALZRIED, DONALD: Hi-Y 35 Junior Red Cross representative 35 moved from Burlington . . . Sl'I'lMlDT5 MALCOLM: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroom pres- ident 1-25 Student Council 1-25 Spirit staff 25 Varsity Club vice-president 35 Varsity track 1-2-35 Varsity foot- ball 2 . . . SCOTT, RONALD: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . SJURSON, PAUL: Hi-Y 1-2-35 president 2-35 Band 1-2-35 Orchestra 1-2-35 Choir 1-2-35 Homeroom activity director 15 president 1-25 Student Council 1-25 Varsity football 35 Varsity basketball 2-35 Varsity tennis 2-3 . . . 3 SMITH, ELIZABETH: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Girls Glee Club 1-25 librarian 25 Ilomeroom vice-president 15 G. A. A. 1-25 Pep Club 2-35 treasurer 3 . . . SMITH, JAMES: Hi-Y 1-2-35 cabinet 2-35 Choir 1-2-35 Home- room president 1-25 secretary 35 Fire Squad 1-2-35 Sen- ior Scnate5 Senior Class vice-president5 Varsity foot- ball 3 . . . SMITH, MARVIN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Choir 1-2-35 Home- room secretary 1-2 . . . SMITH, VVANDA JITNE: G. R. 3: cabinet 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Sen- ior Senate5 Cheer Squad 35 Pep Club 35 moved here from Santa Barbara, California . . . STOAKS, PHYLLIS: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 25 G. A. A. 1-2-3 . . . STOCK, ELLEN: G. R. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 vice-president 35 Senior Class Play5 G. A. A. 1-2-35 vice-president 35 Orchestra 1-2-3 Thirty-four SUMMERS, PHYLLIS: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Dra- matic Club 1-2-35 Senior Class Play5 Spirit staff 25 Cubs' Club 1-25 G. A. A. 2-3 . . . SWANSON, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Rand 1 . . . TAYLOR, ELSIE MARIE: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 35 Band majorette 1-2-35 Library Club 35 Junior Red Cross representative 35 G. A. A. 2-3 . . . TIIIEL, DRES- TON: Hi-Y 1-2-35 representative 35 Homeroom vice- president 2 . . . IYLLESTAD, DONALD: Ili-Y 1-2-35 Band 1-2-35 Homeroom viee-president 35 Youth Center Couneil 35 Varsity football 2-3 . . . VVALLACE, KEITH: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Debate Club 1 . . . WALLACE, MARGRET: G. R. 1-2-35 eabinet 35 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Senior Class Play5 Cubs' Club 1-25 Library Club 1-2-3 . . . WARREN, ALENE: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . VVEBB, LILLIAN: G. R. 1-2-35 G. A. A. 1-2 . . . VVER- BER, MARGERY: G. R. 1-2-35 eabinet 35 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Dramatic Club lg Senior Senate5 Senior Class Seeretary5 Homeroom secretary 15 Pep Club 1-2-3 . . . VVERER, BARBARA: G. R. 1-2-35 eabinet 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Dramatic Club 1-25 Homeroom viee-president 15 president 25 Cubs' Club 1-25 treasurer 25 Student Couneil 25 Pep Club 3 . . . VVEFOLD, DAVID: IIi-Y 35 moved here from Little- fork, Minnesota . . . VVETTLELAND, CONSTANCE: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . VVHEELOCK, PATRICIA: G. R.. 1-2-3 . . . Thirty-fiive WHITE, ARBA: G. R. 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 1-2-35 Junior Class Play5 Cheer Squad 1-2 . . . WILHELM, MAX: Hi-Y 1-2-3: Homeroom activity director 15 president 25 Student Council 25 Fire Squad 1-2-35 Concert Band 1-2-35 Band 15 Senior Senateg Varsity football 2-35 Varsity basketball 3 . . . VVILCOX, EVELYN: G. R, 1-2-35 representative 35 G. A. A. 15 Girls' Glce Club 1-25 Choir 1-2-3 . . . VVILLIAMS, DOROTHY: G. R. 35 Dramatic Club 35 Senior Class Play5 moved from Los Gatos, California . . . WILSON, DUANE: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Homeroom activ- ity director 25 vice-president 35 Senior Senate . . THOMAS, VELVA: G. R. 1-2-3 . . . WRIGHT, BARBARA: G. R. 1-2-35 representative 25 Cubs' Club 1-25 Orchestra 1-25 Band 1-2-35 treasurer 2-35 Girls' Glee Club 1-25 Choir 2-3 . . . WUNDERLE, ALITA: G. R. 1-2-35 cabinet 35 Glee Club 1-25 Home- room activity director 35 Junior Executive Council5 Junior Class treasurei-5 G. A. A. 1-2-35 Junior Red Cross representative 25 secretary 25 Assistant General treasurer 2-3 . . . ZENOR, VVARREN: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Band 1-2-3 . . YLOELLNER, MERCIER: Hi-Y 1-2-3 . . . Not pictured . . . GVSTAFSON, LARRY: Hi-Y 1-3 . . . MANNSCIIRECK: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Mixed Chorus 3 . . . TERRONES, TONY: Hi-Y 1-2-35 Dramatic Club 15 Mixed Chorus 3 . . . 'I'I1i7'f1l-sial' UVLCJQIWC lfmior xecoafiue Cjooznci HIS was a banner year for the eleventh grade of 1945-46 at the beginning of the atomic age. One of the first events of the year was the Hi-Y junior fireside at Lyn11 Fuhrer Lodge. As usual, not many had thought to bring flashlights, so the gauntlet of ruts, gully-edged twists in the path, and brushes with ambushing early- comers had to be run in darkness. Still, it was Worth bearing the pit-- falls of the trip to hear Mr. Willis' humorous talk of pitfalls of a more abstract sense-the shortcomings of love. There were some projects under the capable direction of Miss Edna VVilliams and assisted by Bob Mc- Farland, Phyllis Eschbach, Mary McCormick, Lyla Day, Jean J ones, Bobby Honsinger and Shirley Car- ter. One, With Ted Schulz as its chairman, Was the junior class Waste paper pick-up. The second, the Hard Times Party, held in the study hall, ushered in Hallovve'en with the customary spooks, crepe paper, and burying teachers in effigy. At the beginning of the second semester, the effect of Mr..Frank Brandtls excellent direction was displayed in the junior class comedy play, Papa I .9 All, With its setting a tidy Pennsylvania Dutch kitchen. The cast included Nor- man Jackson as a dictotorial father, Margaret Fowler, Frank Halden and Josephine McCann as his subservient family, Lyla Day as a gossipy neighbor and Bob Wallier as the state trooper. The cast mastered the difficult dialect TOP Row: Aldinger, fI'hirty-eight Borgmeyer, M i s s Williams, Howard Jensen, Gore burn l BoT'roM, Row: Edgar, Soreghan, Honsing- er, J. Jones, Thor- -A' How to win friends and influence dogs! of the Duteh Mennonite seet to present a thoroughly enjoyable play the nights of February 15 and 16. Returning to Anies High to en- roll as a junior after two years in the Marine eorps was Lyle Stoops. The junior exeeutive eouneil was composed of Bruce Gore. pres- ident, Jean Jones, viee-president, Bobby Honsinger, seeretary, Varl Aldinger, treasurer, Robert Hourg- nieyer, Margaret Edgar. Phyllis Soreghan, Virginia Thorburn and Harris Jensen. The last and niost iinportant so- eial event on the sehool calendar was the Junior-Senior Frolie ar- ranged by the juniors forthe grad- uates. Because a inovie was in- cluded besides dancing as enter- t Ames High beauties tainnient, the stag line probably was not as long this year as for- nierly. The gyinnasiuin was bedeeked with large silhouettes depieting the twelve inonths in proper order and grouped with the proper seasons. An extra-speeial silhouette fading i11 and out as it revolved above the orehestra outlined a daneing eouple. Froni the rafters hung a nioon and stars. In general, this year Was not so nlueh ditterent from any other junior year. Neither the War nor the Wur's end had ehanged the fundamental elass spirit Whieh will eontinue as long as there is an Anies High. The juniors are ready to step into the plaees left for thein by the class of '46, TIL i1'ti1-wiine Tm' Rnw: Allbangll, Blfnn, Christiansen, N. Brown, Bourne, Bechtel, Borgnleyer Slcmxn Row: R. Anderson, R, AI'l'ZlS11llfll, Beard, Elezmnr Breckenridge, Esther Breckenridge Alclinger, Baker B1l'l"I'0RI Rmv: Blanc-llzlrcl, Clunnbers, Burnett, S. Carter, Butler, V. Ballard, Alexander Tor Ruw: Cody, Dodd, De-LaHunt, Egelno, P. Ecker, R. Daley, Elwell SICFOXIP Row: Dietz, R. Clapp, J. Duine, Dryer, Daug:,l1erty, Cleary, Cook, Edlnanml B0'l"l'0NI Row: Craig, L. Day, M. Clark, C. Davis, Coe, D. Clapp, Dyas lfmiom ASIIING Stain De lla Hllllf 1-ns ZIIIUHIOI' l49 fm-T. f,l'll12lf'bO if was allways fl:1sl1i11g' smnv- was lliwlllllg' fu The sm-mul yezu wlu-rv. SUllll'Tllll0S if was flrib- Cllzxlin UIZISS To see il 'full SOIlll0lll01'C bling' clown H10 Hour willl il luzlskof- Ur lllilybll if was just To 1021111 'fllzlt lmllg SUIIIUHIIIUS it was il2lS1llllg0llJIf all Gillll was clividml into Thru To The Tran-li Held To throw The dis- 1mr'fs. I"o1'f1! T the jllllilll' iirosidm- i11 Ocfoh- er, tho junior boys forgot to 4'2l1'1'Y Hashliglits and Slll1l1lDl0ll ovor roots and gullys i11 tho pufli to Lynn Fuhrcr Loclgro. Aftcr H11-y got ll1Cl'l', they 111111111 a humorous Talk hy Mr. lVillis. lxll vxorpf l:l'0l1l This talk wus, "All you talk ahouf is VQ111lll1. If you like do VC111ll11 so lllllvll, vhy Illflllal' you bring 110111 along?" None of thc boys had illl ZIIISVVOI' 'ro this. zfmiom Tor Row: Grinste-ad, Hainer, Hartt, Halden, HG-gland, Ernst, J. Taylor, Hiippaka, H. Vore Slccoxn Row: Emery, Harper, D. Hines, F, Fitch. M. Fowler, Gore, Green, M. Hinos Bo'l"1'oM Row: Ferguson, Flogstad, G. Gould, Gross, Eschbach, J. Gould, Hanson Tor Row: Harris JPIISPII, Jackson, T. King, Howard Jensen, Kooser, House, C. Holland, Lake SICFONI! Row: E. Johnson, M. Larson, Kyle, Honsingor, Jacob, A, Hotchkiss, M. Iverson, Knight BO'l"l'Hll Row: Kersliner, J. Larson. Jones, E. Johns, Inman, Knuths, L. Knutson l Forty-one IIE jl1Ill0l'i'i2lSS play, Papa ls Fuwl01', flismivviwil tho most i111-V .hill was p1'c1sv11'rc-fl ill Fc-l11'11a11'y Ibillfilllf prop, H10 icloplimiv, was 511141 was il big S111-miss, illiillllljlil fm' goiw jusi as hm' 1i11v I'2llll0 up. 21, llllllllfl' IIIUSII of tho wwf 1li4l11"r Sho quir-kly zlcllibhccl, "Ovl1. ill think if would lw so sin-4-1-ssfiil. hor 1110111 14111111121 must bo," and lxlillllil Allkillllll, alias BIZll'gl'il1'l'f Fl'2'll1k 4-111110 l1li2lf01'VVl'Hli'i1C1lll0llC. lfLlfLL0l"5 Toi' Row: McNuit, O. Moore, Meek, Munn, Mollelstou, D. Miller, McNeil, C. Litchfield Sl'I1'0Nll Row: Martin, Lziwlm-, McClure, M. Myers, Morford, J. McDonald, Morris, R. McF'z11'land Bo'1"1'm1 Row: J, Murphy, Loddeu, McCann, D. Litchfield, Netcott, V. Miller, Livingston Tm' Row: Parish, ROl'Hb8l15.i'll, Polliemus, Shipley, W. Smith, P. Seve1'so11, Rothacker, Sowers SIGUUNIT Row: Pa1'1'i0tt, Q. SHlitli,NiCll0lSfJl1, Nichols, M. Powers, T, Shultz, VV. Peterson, Sevde Bo'1"1'uM Row: Pierson, R11sl1i11g, D, Severson, E. Shultz, P. Smith, C. Olsan, Soreglian l1'm'I1f-Yarn Tor Row: T1lLll'I1l0I1d, W. StPpl1e11so11, Tweet, K. Taylor, Vifquzrin, Wyatt, Stahl Slicoxn Row: J, TPl'I'0ll9S, Ulll, R. Taylor, Switzer, Townsend, Wz1llcP1', Tl1I'l1Fl' Bo'1"1'oM Row: M. Xvilllflllll, Westvrvelt, Wilson, Yo11111z111s, R. Stock, Tl1Ul'blll'I1, D. Taylor Tor Row: Beeman, Bowers, BZIFIIBS, Anglo, AIIIIIIP, Be-a111, Aik111z111, M. Bell S1-:voxn Row: Arney, J. Bappo, Abbott, Bloo111be1'pg, Beckley, Bellling, W, BllI'll1li1l11, A1111111rlso11 BO'I"l'0BI Row: Alteuleier. S. Al'I'ZlSIllif1l, M. Al'1llSll'OI1,Qf, Blll'f0I1,, BZll'I'lHl'll, Bennett, Bliss 0 21 OIWLOIAZZ5 OPHOMORIC l1o111c1'oo111 ,110 H10 IJl2ll'klDH2l1'41 WIICII tho iirst 111-r won H111 svrulm 1'llEUlllli0llSlliIl 'iorl gt-o111ct1jv vlzwsos walkwl lll 111 boys' lllTl'2lllllll'ill l1z1sk1-tlmll. lwilylll' it was l1111':111s11 131111 Rom NVNS it lm-z111s11 Mr. Slillf'lll'l'T was I11111111, Bill H111-sslo1', Jol111 Slwvs lll 1-l1:11'g'v ofil1T1'z1l1111l'z1ls411'l1c'1'z1llS11 Ivy. lVz1y11o 'l'ow11, lllllwldf Ilowvrs thorc- wcro plays lllillllillfl out 1111 illlll XV. l'1.'oslvy wow Ull H10 Jftlillll lf'm'fy-fl: Vs' r Tm' Row: A. Cl11'istv11seH11, B. Clark, G. Czu'tv1', G. Clark, ll. Danby, Eggelrt, Crosley Sl-zvoxn Row: Divbl, H. Clenwns, R, Davis, Dickinscn, W. Daine, D, Clark, C01'bin Buwmx Row: Clliwrs, Corbin, Ccnlrny. Crawfovfl, S. Day, P. Eckbr, Flsry Tm- Row: FlTZSlllllllOllS, Paul Gibbs, R. Henry, Harvstaarl, Garfield, R. Hansel, Hagen. Gaelsslm' SICVONII Row: Grant, HEIIIIPIIIZIII, 1I2lVPIll2lll, HlIll'lC'llSflll, Gulliver, Freel, K. Gord Bu'l"mM Row: FI. Gord, Hall, Hamann, Giefse, Hfmlnws. Hoil, Etllingron Sp OIWL 0lf'85 UNDER ul' all XVHlllll'l'S! 'lllw 1946 S4llJllHlllHl'0 012185 is l'l'llllTl'4l tu ll2lYl' 1110111 jalopivs vvon Hlilll pm--wall' SUllll0lll4ll'l' 4-lussvs. Must filllltlllti is 131111 Ross's, wbif,-lx sllfforvcl Hll'0llg'll vigggllf Hat firvs on Fm fy-four Hn- way 1101110 frmn Dvs Moinm-s ZITQIC1' gI0lfll1gJ,' Tbllilll' parts. Van Ilullcr had tlllx oflwr fanmus uno, If was way lah- in spring lwfuru be had to riclv H10 bus 1101110 f1'0lll sc-llmml. HIS yearls S0lll10l1l01'0 girls are ll1'3VOl' tl1z111 ever l10f0r0. Siibjevtecl 10 tl10 q110sfi011z1l1l0 111110- fii-0 0f d0ss00Ti011, 110110 Sl'I'OillllOll, 110110 fainted, 110116 even f0lf wc-ezy. S01110 0f H10 lmrziver. 01' lIl0l'O sadis- iiu 0110s, saved 1111 eyeball Cor llillll- Cll6ll Vlll'Q0llS lll111l0l'D for g00d luck. N0 SlJG1'l'2ll'lll211' l'OSIlllS have as yer b0011 1'Qt'01'flGil 011 H10 z11111z1ls 0f il10 s0pl1011101'0 vlass lllSlU1'Y but T110 gals are still ll'j'l1lg'. 3,9 Olflflf 0l"8:5 T011 R0w: Holl, J. Johnson, Kelly, Koeh, S. Holland, Holler, H. Iqllllfflllflll, K. King' S1cc'0N11 R0W: R. Johns, W. Hukill, I.eCl111e1', P. l,Zll'St-ill, IiI1llflSCIl, R. Iverson, Kirwin, D. L'11s.ov1 B0'l"I'0M Row: Houk, Klockentager, D, J0I1ns011, Audrey Knutson, Kulow, A. Johnson, Laude T011 ROW: R. Myers, McKinley, McCarty, Munsnn, Miirray, D. Moore, lVI01'gz1n, Nelson SICFIIXII R0w: L. Litclifield, Ml'lqf1?ll1, Matson, N. MCDllllillll, N, Neff, Nutty, J. Miller, N, M0011 B0'r'r0M Row: Malmberg, Matters, B. Peterson, Lillarri, Merrill, Maitlziiid, M. NlCFi1l'lZll1ll I"01't,u-fi1'4z ED 211111 111110 s001110c1 10 110 1110 121vo1'i10 1-0101's of 1110 S0lb11Ull101'0S 1111s y0211'. Sc-v01'211 f1l1S11lll2l11,S 211141 1110i1' ow1101's W01'0 v01'y 111111111211' 211111111g 1110 1-u110g0 s111110111s. 13111 "G0sy'1 f12l0SS101' 11121110 1112111y 1'1'1I1S 111 1110 0o110g'0 21f101' f1'i01111s who 112111 fo1'g'o11011 or 1os1 111' 0011111101011 1110 11s0 of 1110i1' 1JllS 1i0k01s for 111211 1111111111. f1001'gO VPG10I'S0ll 1111'i110r1 1110 gir1s by giv- ing' 1110111 1'ic10s. 52,9 0WL0l"8:5 T011 Ruw: S1:21ngIe1'. Puffelt, S0l121ff01', Roze-11011111, J. P1'21tl101', G. P0101'son, Schreck SIGVONIH Row: Ri11g,2011be1'g, S01z01', S01'0ns011, Pi01'1'0, B. Ross, P121g11121n, Sheesley, D. Ross B11'1"1'oM Row: Ry11ki0wiIz, M. Ross, Rouze, Ra111s0y. R021d, Sills, Robertson Tm' Row: N. Z0no1', Tl11':0k11101'10n, Stewart, Taft, S10010, J. Wallace, Wy111c11'e, Y01111g S1131-11x11 Row: VV1llfl'6'Y, Sweexny. R, Vo1'e, M. T21ylo1', Wand, V. Stevenson. J. VV11G91OC'1i, Town Bo'1"1'41A1 Row: Tl1r1111nsr:11, Wessvl, V2111in0, W0is01', A. T1l0111ZlS. Speck, Stover Fort!!-si.1' t Leaving school never fails to bring smiles t S0pll0Hl0l'9 gals at Is that a snowball? XSZIO 0l'VL0l"8 C6655 N A 111ilrl Soptviiibci' clay, El bcwilrle110cl s011l111111o1'1- 1-lass YVEl1lil01'0ll into H10 l1z1lls of jXlll0S High wifli all vxpQ0'raTio11 of living up To 21 l1ig1l1 guzll set lmeforv Tl1c+111. Now 211 1110 011ml of T110 .VC2ll', The-y have 11z11'1il'v piwvvorl lllCll1SOlVt'S c'a11z1l1lc of This jub. Tlw resf Will be rlono i11 H10 next Two yoz11's. To Sl'ill'f lllClll 1111 flloii' siivvvss- ful l'2l1'00l', tlwy 1-loc-Tccl Sylvia Day, DH1'l'Llll M11o1'0, Gef11'g'o Clark, Jzuicf Miller, lpillll Gibbs, Zllltl David Larsoii as l1o111Q1'oo111 pros- idcnts for the first senii-sfer. Sec- nncl S0lIl0Sll'1' l'0l'b1'GS0lllilllVOS To H10 4111410111 11111111-il WQFO Xzinvy Neff, lVz1y1111 'l'ow11, Marv YplC'l'1'C. 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J21110 Py10 211111 l101' z1ssis121111 011i1111's, 111211111 Magill a1111 Mary Powers, s111101'vis011 1110 W111'k. S111111s111's 1111s ye-2111 W0110 1V0s10y 1321111011 211111 A1'1ll1l1' A111111111s1111. at Kennie and Jeanne organize -A' Pl'00fI'G3d9l'S Marilyn and .Ioan if Dave Jane Mary Lou Fifty-11110 -k Astrid and Betsy talk it over with Miss Nelson ir Journalists discover out of town papers t Proofreading at the Tribune Ute WJ! M! CMAQ KM RANTIC tearing of hair, biting of tingernails and wild dashing through the halls identities a jour- nalism elass 111en1ber on Monday as he tries to tinish typing l1is story, get Miss Clharlotte Nelson's okay on it and hand it in. These aspiring journalists have a dead-line to nieet and the future of the paper depends on nieeting that zero hour. The nienibers of the journalism elass, which is a regular eourse in the curriculum, are known as the WEB static. Under the direction of Miss Nelson they are responsible for writing and editing the .lines High TVeelf7y VVN1 which appears Fifffu-two every VVednesday as a page of the ilnms Daily Tribzme. Staff positions are appointed by Miss Nelson. The only students eligible to enter journalism class are seniors with above average grades in English. The first semester journalists niade a creditable showing for theinselves this year. Their par- ticipation in a tubereulosis drive eontest won theni a national honor eertitieate. Their editions of the paper were judged All Anieriean- superior by the National Scholastic Press Association. The second seinester staff n1en1- 1101's. 11111 1111-1111'011 11010, 111011111011 M?11'12111 f1'110sl111g. D21v111 F111?l1, 1102111110 L211's1111, 131111 Long, 131211121 Magill, 11TEl1'11Y1l 11111011011 J 21 ll 0 Py10, Dorotliy S1f11:1111'l10, 1121111121 1111110 S11111l1. Phyllis Slll1lll1C1'S, M31'g'El1'6J1 112111211-11. BZll'1131'Zl 111011- 01' 211111 P2111'11'i21 11'11001111-li. B111 11 w21s11'1 2111 work 211111 1111 play 111111110 s121ff. T110 1111011 Stuff Duffy S1"11111'11f staff 1111111011 1110 s01'111111 s01110s101' 1-121ss 111 t1l011' 111111- ty party 211 1110 01111 of 1110 Wlll1G1' 1111211111-1'. T110 11111011 ,1l1ll1'1l311Slll 01'4Q'2lll1- 221111111 111 A1110s 'H1g:11 1s 111111178 011111. T110 g'1'111111 is 1-111111111s1-11 of j11111111's 211111 s11111111111o1'0s 111101'0s1011 111 111011- 211'y work. Ijllflllglf 1110 f11's1 SOIIIPS- 101' 1110 1-1111s s11111y 1110 f111111211110111211s of j11111'11z111s111- s1y10. Tl10y 211101111 T111' Row: Wilson, F. Fitch, M. Fowler, Beard ridge, Pierre 1 Hinr 10I'1ll1'0S g2,'lV0ll by Miss N01so11 211111 211s11 110211' g'110s1 S1'102l1iOI'S. All 1111s 1s 111 11r011211'211io11 for 1110 110tw0011 s01110s101's 0111111111 of 1110 VVF11 111211 is 1110 1-11111111010 1'0s111111s1111111y of 1111- 1'1111s. 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Day Fifty-th ree ramafic ORF people signed up for - Dramaties this year than ever before. This was due largely to Mr. Frank Brandt, dramatic coach. The dramatic club learns of many tliing-s concerning the stage. its history and execution through modern times. The iirst big production was the Dramatic Club play H arrief. This told of the life of Harriet Beecher Stowe about the time she wrote her book, "Uncle ill0111,S flabinf' The characters were played entirely by the Dramatic Clubs and production was also in their hands. The char- acters were as follows: ,-lzmfie Zeb . . . Marian Neff Henry Ufurd Beeeher Dick Arnold fllIf1llll'I'l'1f? Beecher . M. Fowler H Il rrzfef Beech e r Stowe . . . Ullll,lZlllSf01l'P . TVilIi11m Beecher Erlzrurd Beeehez Mn ry Pe Y'h'i'llS llhurles Heeeher Th OHHIS Beecher Jrlwmes Beecher . Isabella Beecher Alice Ferguson . Harry Price . George Clark . . Ted Shulz Pauline Gibbs . . Don Beam . A. Throckinorten Wayiie Spangler . . J. McCann Dr. Lyman Beecher . Lew Andrus Mr. Tuttle . . Richard Schreck M r. TVyeher7y . LeRoy Rorabaugh ffelesfiue .... Ellen Stock Tor Row: Rorabaugh, T. Shultz, Andrus, D. Arnold, Price, Long, Allbaugh, Gaskill THIRD Row: Odell, M, Fowler, F. Fitch, Eleanor Breckenridge, Esther Breckenridge, D. Williams, Chesling Slceonn Row: Barnett, J. Murphy, Pauline Gibbs, M. Wallace, Jones, Ross, M. Neff BoTToM Row: Ferguson, Wilson, Kershner, Summers, V. Miller, McCann, Eschbach Fifty-four E : 1 , 1 TOP Row: Young, D. Larson, Beam, G, Clark, Throckmorton, Hozeboom, Murray, Spangler, NV. Burnham THIRD Row: Harter, Stover, Knurlson, M. lklc-Farlaml, R. Iverson, N. McDonald, Chivers, flulliver, Henne- man, Thomason, Merrill SECOND Row: R. Yure, J. Miller, Nutty, Pierre, McKean, lflthinprton, Plagrman, B. Ross, Giese IYOTTOM Row: Maitland, M. Ross, Stevenson, Sweeney, Robertson, Burton, Ramsey, ldsry -kWo1'king on the set! J GWZLSIIII PfIllfl',Ij YVillian1 Burnliani Freclrlzk' Sfozw Cas a ehilclj . . . John F61'g'llS0ll I'wl'lVZIIZ'!' Sinzrff Cas a young inanj . . David Larson Mrs. H obbs . Phyllis Suniniers flfforgie Stowe . Phyllis Eselihaeli Huffy Stowe Esther Bl'l11'li01ll'lflg'C' Eliza Sfrm'f Eleanor l31'ec'ke111'iclg'e Sukcy . . . Dorotliy Barnett Igozvffll IJf'llf0l1 . . XV. Allhangh Haley . . . Rfll7Cl1'fA11lll1Q Jane ..... Faith Fiteh Origiiiaterl this year. the Palm, t Tea is served H11 award for outstaiirling drainatic participatioii, is given to a student after he has Worked on profliurtioii, headed stage erews and clone sonic actual aetiiig. The one-act play fjlll' Sunny ,lf01'H1'll.0 and lYI'U0H' lVr1llp11pm', a clraniatir- flee-la111atio11 by Ellen Stof-li, aclvancerl to the finals in the State Speech 1-ontest. In the play were Alive Fergnsoii as Dona Maria, Dick llflllllfl as Tlimnas. H2ll"1'.X' Prive and Ellen Stock as their servants. Fifty-five if Hama anal Papa Aukamln 'A' Hill and A1100 in Hrlrrirf T110 Illillllilfli' vlub workocl lung wovks To put till flu- play 1llll'l'l.f'lL. 'l'l1v twc-11'fy-svvml 1111-111lw1's uf Tlw 1-asf wc-ro assisfvfl by sovc-lily'-two 111v111lw1's of Thr- slago 4-rvw. 'lllw A l'ap1wlla i'l1oi1', umlvr 'tho flirvv- film of Missll3mV01l'al1clH10 'l'l1m-afcl' f,l'4'llOSTl'2l, 1li:'w'Tc-cl by Miss .Ivan Millvl' also aidwl in lllilklllg 'rho ll1'UClll1'll0ll a Sllf'i'0SS. if 1WIlll'22ll'Hl and Phyl help Alice fit hm' new dross i' Bob tellls Norman wlxat's what if Margxarvt aml Lyla sing: and quilt Fijfjl-si.1' .L M., cn TOP Row: Pierson, A. Hotchkiss, P. Clemens, Robinson, R. Olson, Rushing, C. Olson, Housinger SECOND Row: V. Ballard, E. Taylor, Barnett, Beckley, M. Wallace, L. Miller, Nowlin BOTTOM Row: Bliss, Magill, D. Severson, Mrs. Severson, J. Miller, Nichols, Netcott EVOTING two periods a Week and her share of noon hour, before and after school duty, each Library Club member was respons- ible for more than assisting stu- dents in selecting, locating and checking out books. Included in her duties were the classification and filing of books, keeping books and magazines up-to-date and in good condition and seeing that shelves were dusted, neatly ar- ranged and properly "read" An- other Library Club job Was keep- ing the second iioor display case, which is located across the hall from the library, filled with new and interesting material. WVhen Mrs. Eleanor Severson resigned in November to join her soldier husband upon his return from overseas, she was replaced by Mrs. Lela Dobson. At the beginning of the year, special after-school meetings in addition to the monthly business meetings were held to acquaint members with proper library pro- cedure. Listed on the social calendar of the group were a fall picnic, a Cupid 's party and a guest picnic. Pat Nowlin was president of the club and Rosalie Robinson, vice- president, with those offices revers- ing at the end of the First semester. Ramona Olson was the secretary of the organization. , Fifty-seo en Toi' Row : Robbins, Molleston, D, Hotchkiss, Hartt, Bechtel, Kooser, De La Hunt, ldlwell, lwlallam, Halden, M. Smith, Spanfqler, Lake FOl'R'I'H Row: Ill. Hines, Lantz, N. lTi'own, J. Smith, J. Taylor, Sjurson, Horn, Polhemus, C. Denby, VV:ilker, Harnes, D. l42l1'SUl'l, Marrs Tulum Row: J. McDonald, Xvright, P. Smith, J. l.:u'son, Rretnall, Sehanehe, McCormick, Hynkiewitz, Mc- Nlyezi, M. Neff, Myrna Wilhelm, Soreg'han SECOND Row: Caldwell, Butler, lflclgsgar, Pierson, Miss Bower, Astrid Knutson, Eschbach, XVilc0x, Livingston I'301"roM Row: Iiurton, Kershner, lrldmand, Joannides, XVeste1'x'elt, R. Kauffman, S. Carter Mm! Wow ic rganizafiolfw IRECTED by Miss Edna Bower, the Anies High vocal music organizations uonipleted a year of varied niusieal experience. 'llhe aetivities of A twappella Uhoir included singing a group of Negro spirituals between scenes of Harriet, Lenten niusie for the pre-Easter lfnion eliureli services, a spring' 4-our-ert and the Tri-f'ity Festival. Choir officers were: Jini llorn, F1Lff.ll-Eijlflf presidentg Marilyn Pierson, vice- presidentg Dorothy Joannides, see- retary-treasurerg Phyllis Esch- baeh, librarian and Shirley Carter and Ed Mallani, robekeepers. The Girls' Glee Club presented a candlelight service for a high school assembly and for a Christ- mas luncheon at the Sheldon-Munn Hotel. Qffieers for this organi- zation are: Margaret Edgar, pres- identg Phyllis Soreglian, viee-pres- lillllllg Sally iPuwc+1's and Bobby Gross. sec-i'Q'fa1'i0s and Auuctzi Dictz, lll3l'2l1'l211l. Mixed f'll01'llS is for flu- plilqmsv uf traiiiiiig' wives for Vliuir zuul 1-lnzuwl, sw-ruta1'y. Gln-Q Vlub. Offivcrs this yvar in vlumlccl TQ-fl fi1'lllSlU21ll. prosirlvnf. Nzulvy Nc-ff, Vlf'l'-lP1'0Slfl0I1lQ Aiuic l3:11'11z11'cl, lilm1'z11'iz111 zulcl Alive Blau Tm' How: Dmlml. M. lic-ll, 1I1'inst1-sul, 5lm'Nutt, Cl11'isluI'i'n-1'sun, Iivrlww, Mf'f':1rty, A. l!:1l1:11'1l, Kvlly, fillltfllilll SIN-oslm-y, liinggvnhf-1'g: 'l'Hu:Iv Row: Illzxru-lisuwl, IZ. XYvln-r, l'. l.:u's4m, N. Ne-IT, li. lu-rsun, XVinfl'e-y, 'l'ul'nc-1', ll. lfilllfflllllll, Knuil sun, I.. l.itchfin-111, Plt'1'lI'N'lllPlTl, Alm4f'm'wl Slcvruxiw Huw: Kirwin, lllUHlNb1fI'f.Z', II. Russ, ilulliw-r, Ill. Shultz, Soiwinseui, Oniruy, I'Ilm-umm' l:I't'I'kl'I1l'lllg6' l'lStll+'l' lin-c-ki-r11'i1lg:c:, J, Milrphy, lim-vklnfy, C'1':lxx'i'u1'il, I.. Knutson IIu'r'1'rmu Huw: Um-, .Inc-nb, Swe-1-nn-y, Arvnstrung, Miss lluwwr, Matson, Bluitlunll, I.:-1-hnvr, l12lI'Il?ll'll, IJ. Flrmp 1 'Pnl' how: Iiulwrtsun, Huff, 'l'HXYI1Sl'I'lll, liutle-V. S. .Xl'l'JlSIIllIll, l'l1ix'n-rs, .I. Xlilln-1', Ilhlmzxnml, I4Illsxx'u1'tI1 TIIIIIIW Row: l'lclg':11', Il lic-km,-l', Piorson, I-iuuzv, IllUUllllJt'l'1L, A. llutc-hkiss, Iiynkin-witz, Him-sv, Dietz Slcvnxiw How: llyzis, .Xiulrvyg Knutson, J. Mr-Donulml, Tluu'luu'n, Myrna XYilhn-Im. l'l2l5-Zlllllll, I.ix'inp,:'stum, lim-ill ISOTTOM Row: S. I'mx'n-rs, Gross, S. Day, S1lI'l'f.Z'll2lH, Miss lImx'v1', XYlu-vlm-k, Um-. li. Stuvk, .Inc-ob Fiffy-nina T1111 lllil1'1'1l1llg 11211111 11111'1111'1111-11 11111w111111 H111 11z11V11s 111 111111112111 1121111114 Mz11'1'11i11g wi111 11111 P1111 V11111, H1111' 1111111111111 11111 visi1i11g S1-1111111 111-i'111'11 gflillg 111111 1111'111211i1111s. 'I11111 111-11 112111113 1111111111 11111 11i1'111-- H1111 111 M12 Day 211111 KL11ll1t'11l 11211'11. 11121.1'1111 111 111111 21ss11111111i11s 211111 211 11111 1121sk111112111 gr2111111s. '1'111- 111111 11111111 was 111111111si21s1i1'z111y 1111- 1-11iv1111 211 11111 11111-111-111W11 1111sk111- 112111 111111'112111111111s. lv1ll1Ol' H111 11i1'111'1i1111 111 Miss .1112111 Mi11111', s11'i11g i11s11'111'1111', H11- 81112111 11111 1111111112111 111112111'11 111'1'1111s- 11111 11111111111-11 11111 11111 11111'1111'11121111-11s 111 11111 111'21111211i1- 1'11111, j1111i111' 211111 s1111i111' 1'121ss plays 21s w1111 as 112111- 1'21121111'1121111 211111 1-111111111111111111111111 11X- 111'1-is11s. 1. M211'0l1ing B21111l3 2. P911 132111113 3. Tl1112111'11 01'cl112st1'213 4, C1111c111'1 B21r1113 5, C11111'P1't 01'- 0119811111 6. Soloist. B,x1'1i Ruw: W1'igl11 1-4-53 Pi111'1'e1 4-53 Hi11d1'icl1S1111 1-5 F1111N'1' Row: Edgar 3-5-63 Ki11g3 E. Stork 3-53 R, Stock 3-53 A111l1'ey IiI1l11SOIl 3-53 P111211's0113 G. Gould 1-2-3-4-5-6 I3.x1'K Row: H21111111' 1-43 Z111101' 1-43 Ross 1-43 TW11111. 1-43 Hold- 1'i1l113 R11ll11fs11n, H1lIlSOIl 1-2-3-43 11121152111 1-2-4 F1c11N'1' Ruw: A1l21111s3 11'111'1lyCe R011z11 1-2-43 H1111lc 1-2-43 Eck111' 1-2-43 L211's11n 2-3-4-53 L. D21y1-3-4-53 H011 1-3-4-5-6 H1111 Row: W21ll21c11 1-43 MCC211111 4-53 K. King 1-2-3-4-53 T1l0l'- l1111'11: H21111 1-2-3-4-5-6: Schultz 1-2-3-4-5-63 Gould 1-:Z-3-4- 5-63 Deuby 3-4-5 Fl111N'1' Row: HfJ11ill1llQ 1VICIi911l1 1-2-3-4-53 J2lC1iS011 43 A111111113 B1-own 1-2-33 S. Day 3-4-5-63 Ulll'1'I1H 3-4-5 B.x1'li Row: Wyatt, 1-2-3-4-63 H11tcl1kiss 2-3-43 Mo1'f111'1l 1-2-3-4-6 F1c11x'1' Row: A11c11l21 1-2-3-43 BOl'f2jlIl9y9l' 1-2-3-43 Robbins 43 Hines 3-4 B.11'1i R11w: Pe111111's3 P2111lso113 171111512111 2-43 GZ1PSS19l'1-2-3--1-5-61 Will111l111 4 F1111N'r Row: Smith 1-2-3-4-5: Sj111's1111 43 Ile 1121 Hunt, 3-43 A1'111st1'1111g 1-2-3-4-5 LIQFT: Bi11'K Row: Cook 1-2-43 J. D21ine 1-2-43 Brown 1-2-45 Dayg Campbell F1:11NT Row: Ferguson: Wright 1-4-5Q Lake 1-2-43 Elwell 1-2-3-4-55 Grange: Midgordong COX3 Vance R112H'1': Knutson 1-3-4-53 Thorburn 1-3-4-53 Pierre 4-53 Loddon 1-2-3-4-5-63 Murphy 1-3-4-5-6 JM frumenfa! Wowicoz rganizafiolfw HE 111S1I'1l111911131 niusio organ- izations 1-onsist of t11e 11o11eer1 11211111, 1'011eert 01q1'11CS1I'3., 1113,I'C111HQ,' band, pep 11211111 211111 1110211140 11r- 1:hestr21. Mr. R11fh21r11 D21y 111re1-ts the CO11f'Q1'1' 11211111 211111 0r1-11estr21 211111 Il12lI'1'11111g 11211111. Miss Jean Miller direets the theatre 01'C'110S1'1'21. The 1'o111fe1't 11211111 presented their 21111111211 spring 1-onuert 111 t11e 211111- itoriuni U11 11T211'l'1l 29. T11e1r repe- toire 0011113111011 the 1i121ssi1fs with 1110119111 S01Q1,'11011S. In 21 vote taken froni t11e 5111110111 11011y, LiR11211JSll11f' in Blue." 11y f1001'Q,'G Gershwin was S616C1CC1 111'st. The D1'02QQ1'2l111 111011111- ed such s010 111111111913 21s 21 1111111 and French horn selection with 11110- gene Brown 1J12ly111g' t11e 111110 211111 Kenneth Hart playing the Frenvh horn, a n1011ern piano so1o entitled iiRG1JH1'1L1C,,, played 11y Astrid Knutson and 21 trumpet trio 1'o1n- 1108061 of N0rV211 Arnistroiig, P3111 Sjurson 211111 S12111 De L21 Hunt. 1f'11111-ert 11211111 offieers for this year were Robert Browii, presi- dentg D011 H011111kiss, v11:e-presi- dentg B211'1JH1'21 Wvright, SQl'1'G1'i11'y- 11'C21S111'C1' 211111 fii1l211'10S Denby, 11- 11r21r121n. The 110I1CC1't 01'1'11QS11'E1 1121111111- p21te11 111 the Tri-City Festival Ht Fort Dodge O11 April 13 211111 14. The offieers for 1foneert orches- tr21 this ye21r are N0rv211 Arni- strong, pres1den1g G10ri21 G011111, vice-presi11en1g Elinor Chase, sevre- t21ry-tre21s11rer and Virginia Thor- 1111I'l1, 111J1'2l1'1311. Sixty-one QP! Qffeflfe 6'LlfLJ - Q ORKING together on many and varied projects, the Girl Reserve and Hi-Y completed a very successful year. Their first proj- ect was the Newr-omer's Party held at Lynn Fuhrer Lodge on Septem- ber 19. All newcomers to Ames High, whether sophomores, juniors or seniors were invited. Wlhile the Hi-Y wrapped gifts for the men in the county home. the Girl Reserves selected pack- ages for the ladies. The presidents accompanied the sponsors to the presentation of the gifts. From February 5 to 8, thc two organizations combined to present Friendship Vlleek, the traditional Ames High week to bring about more friendliness between groups and iron out difficulties between boys, girls and parents. Mr. Ray Cunningham, secretary of th c Y. M. f'. A. at Iowa State college. was guest speaker and presented his talks under the general heading of HPatterns of Successful Liv- ing." He also presented forums for seniors, juniors, sophomores, boys, girls and parents. Interviews were arranged for those who wish- ed tl1en1. The Hi-Y had general assemb- blies once a Hltllllfll and hobby groups once a month. The hobby groups were Athletics, Photo- graphy, Hunting and Fishing and Aeronautics. Hi-Y officers for first semester were: Paul Sjurson, president, Ned Vifquain, vice- presidentg Kenneth Hanger, secre- tary and Jack Marrs, treasurer. Second semester officers were: Ned Vifquain, president, Darrel Moore, vice-president 3 Norman B r o w n, secretary and Dave Murray, treas- urer. Everett Ritland was spon- sor. Tor- Row: Lantz, An- Sixty-two drus, Mr. Ritland, Sowers, K. Taylor BOTTOM Row: Marrs, H a n g er, Sjurson, Vifquain, J. Smith Tor' Row: J. Fowler, J. Larson, H:irl:m, Pyle, VVunelerl0, Schanche, Robinson, M. Neff Tulum Row: Summers, S. Powers, Mclilycm, Rushing, M. Webber, S. Carter, ldsulibavh, J. Ilappff SECOND Row: Mugrill, Caldwell, Jonvs, Miss Wilcox, Miss Miller, L. Day, lCdg'ar BOTTOM Row: Astrid Knutson, 141. Smith, NV, Smith, Muollf-r, BI'l'tIlAll, Chesling, 0'Neil, Joannilles, Gross TOP HOW: l-I. Taylor, Ethington, Nultu, li. Miller. M. Fowler, NVilcox, Kilborn, WVeiser, Nowlin THIRD Row: P, Larsen, Townsend, Altmuior, Nutty, F. Fitch, Cox, Rynkivwitz, C. Davis S1-:COND Row: Sweeney, Morfurd, VVilson, Miss Wilcox, Miss Miller, Hamann, Morrison, J. Rnppe BOTTOM How: li. Stock, I. Brown, D. liitchdolil, Alexeimlvr. D. llell, Hanson, Abbott, Thonmsun G i rl R 0 S Q r V e oH3iv01's wvrv Marian f,1l1CSlll1f2,', presirlcilt first seniestcrg Milly B1'0f11illl, presirlcnti svvmicl souiesterg Rosella O'NQil, swrctaijv and Marilyn Mueller. treasurer. Miss Edna lVil1'ux, Miss Rufli Miller and Miss Vlizirlotfc Nelson spoiisumcl thc Ul'g'Zll1lZHll0ll. Si.1'ty-three ak Miss Nelson, Mr. Ritland and Miss Wilcox put the finishing touches on the Christmas presents ak Models in the fall style show -A' Paul and Mr. Ritland discuss one of their many problems Z- an Q10 QJZPUQ The Girl Reserves had a lllyfll- ieal high sehool girl representefl by the initials G. R. for the thenle of all their progranis. "Goofy Ruthie" iinprovecl herself by list- ening to the speakers in Girl Re- serve ineetings every other Friday until sl1e beeanie 'tfilaniorous Sixty-four Ruthie." The girls heard talks on hair styling, posture, health and hobbies as Well as a Mother-Dangle ter Panel for better untlerstancling between parents and ehilclren. They also saw two style shows and a tal- ent show whieh were presented in the auclitoriuni and gyinnasiuni. I I!! N JQDF' f NNN gf Wy 7 I I " .4 ' N ig., I fl Lb" gy Txilibx 1 xg fy V YM KN 1 . Q, '- . sw X mi x f f 5 ,f 1 f I 1 'lf JMW C.. lliwfiify alloofgaff 'A' All-state Breon OLLING up 211 points. While holding opponents to 24, the Little Vyelones added another Fen- tral Iowa flonferenee ehanipion- ship to Allies Higl1's list of foot- ball aehieveinents. Ahly tutored by Olav Tiller and Hi flovev, the Little Cyclones also laid Ulllllll to the inythieal state CllEllllI1lOIlSlll1D. Spearheading the squad this year were seventeen letternien, led by Captain Dale Breon. They in- eluded Rollie Knight, Jack Marrs, Herb Robbins, John Fenley. Don Ullestad, Bob Bappe, Tubby Bal- lard, Jini Smith, Dave Maney, Max lfX7lll1GlI11, Chuck Akin, Paul Sjur- son, Johnnie Edwards, Stan De La Hunt, Max Sowers and Uonuno- dore Litchfield. The Aines team was also honored by having four nlen named to all- state TCSIUS. Dale Breon was unaniniously picked on both Jaek North's eleven and the I.D.P.A. iirst tea111 and Max Sowers was on J aek North's second eleven. Tubby Ballard was placed on North's third teain and Rollie Knight was honored on his sixth team. BAI'KFIl'II.llZ Akin, Sowers, Ballard, Fenley LINICZ De La Hunt, Wilhelm, J. Smith, Knight, Breon, Robbins, Bappe N inrty-si.1' T111' liow: 121'-11111-1, J1'I1Sl1l1, I1:1k11, 11211111-1', Mo1'1'is11n, XV:1lk1,-1', J. D:1in1:, M111-4':11'1:11111, 111'I'1l0XY, .X1'111st1'11ng, 1111.0 XYy:11l, 12111111 11f'o1'1:'l'11 1111111 X'i1'1411:1in, S1-h111i11t, S1l1l111'y, Ilurtl, -x'7U1Ak', f111t111:11111, Thi111, Iirnst, 11:1i1l11n, ,I,!111:11tc1, N. Liuxxn T1111:11 Row: X1lll'Il1lj',1iU1111lk'1U'I',11U1l'1lk1NS,111tl'11f'11'111,1J. Olson, Al. H1I14'S, J. T:1y11111, Mason, Ni1'hol1171 A111111-s1o11, N. Jznvkson S1-:1'11x11 How: M13 Ti1l111', 1'1:11111, Wilson, l111L'St1l11, A1il1'lt'5', Akin, F1-1111153 S111-.1-1's, Sj111's1,1n, ll:1l1111'1l, 1121111 1 - -- 1 1,111'1stoIl111's1111, Mr. C ovvy 1:11'1"r11x1 Row: .I11ns1,-11, W. Smith, 111- I111 Hunt, XN'il11cI111, J. Smith, Knight, liruon, 1111l1l1i11s, 1!:1111111, B 111s li ing, 1,1 111:11 Ames 14, R1111s14:1'11:1.'1' 111. 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Amis 7, M.x1:sH.x1.1,'1'1i1wN 0 111S1112lf'11l,Q,' 1111v111'-say-1'1111 spirit, H111 11111111 f'y1-1111111s 15111111111 1'11V1111g11 for H111 111115' 1111f11z11 111111111111 H111111 1a1s1 y11111' 115' 011f1'1g'1l1111Q' 111111 1111- f11:1H11g H111 I311111:z1'fs. This v11'1111?y 111111113111 2111 2l111'llIV1JE 01111 111 112113111111- 1AHXVI1,S 21-131111111 NV11111111g' s'11'1111k. 'l"1111 JXIIICS 11111111, ll121.V1llg' 11111111s-1111 111111, 1,'01'0V1'1,'011 1111 1111111115' f111l1111C at CUZICIIFS Covey 111111 Tiller Sixty-seven: 'A' One Boone 1lll,9IllDl, that didn't work Ull llllt li0lK'2lf7S 2-y:11'1l llllfl, Zlllll fl'Olll tl101'0 Max Sowers 11l1111gr01l UVOI' for H10 XVlilllll1lg.1' l0lll'lltlHVVll. Ames -LT, Os1iA1.oose. fi l'o11ti1111i11g to show speerl illltl power, H10 liittle fij'iflUll0S XV0ll their tl1i1'1l st1'z1igl1t 1-o11f01'01100 vim-- lUl'Y by 1l0fL'2ll'll1g El l1z111l0ss Osliie 0l0v011 U11 tl10 Ames tielcl. 'Tlllblly li2lllil1'il sc-o1'0cl three to111-l11low11s, while FOllll'.V, Sowers, lHi110s :111fl Ef'lWEll'tlS 0z10l1 zulclecl il 6-11oi11t01'. AM 111s 47, P1+11:111' 0 The Little C'yelo110s, Illilylllgl SlJ2lS1ll0tllt'2lllY, rlisposecl of P6l1'1'Y7S l3l110,iz1ys with 0o11111z11'z1tive ease to l'il4'li lllb tl10i1' fourth i'0l1S00llllVC vietory. Stem De L11 Hunt Elllll 'lluhlmy ,li2lll1l1'll, with two to111-l1- clowns :111i01-0, lefl tl10 LXIIICS seor- ing 11z11'z1cl0. John Fenley, Don Ullestzul illlil ,Don fi1't't'11 aulflerl to the point total hy f'l'0SSll1Q,' llllt Pei'- l'.V goal llllf' for sc-ores. AM11:s 46, f1iliIXNl'lLL 6 St'01'lllQQ over -H1 points for H10 H1i1'1l lilllll' i11 :1s lllilllj' games, H10 Nimly-rcigllrl l1ittl0 ffym-lo110s SVV2llllllL'll fil'l1l1ll'll 011 tl10 lovul lielml to gain tl10i1' fOll1'lll l'Olll:l'1'Ulll'O V11-tory. 'l'l10 A1110s t02lll1 z111110z11'0cl to I10 l1ilVlllQ,' 2111 ott 11ig'l1t at tl10 outset, but surl- tlClll'V 1'0g':1i1101l its f0I'lll to post Zlll- tlllllll' vif-tory illlfl 1'0111z1i11 llllilll- featecl. D0 lm Hlllll Zlllfl li2lll2ll'tl 1'0110z1t01l tl10i1' lb01'fOl'll1ZlllCl'S i11 H10 111'0vio11s g'z11110 hy tz1llyi11g' two l0l1t'llflOVV1lS upieee, while otl101' scores were 111z1fl0 by Sowers. Erl- warcls z111cl S.lll1'S01l. Amis 334, XVI'IBS'l'l'lli C1'1'1' ti llittiug with lig'l1t11i11g' speecl, tl10 Little f'y0lo110s s0o1'01l twiee 111 fill' o11011i11g' 111i1111tes Zllltl tl1e11 Went o11 to defeat Z1 s111'111'is04l lVel1st01' Pity 0lCVCl1. John F011l0y seorefl lirst for lh1lll'S., followed i11 orclei' hy 'l7'11l1 l321ll2l1'4l, fieralcl Mil11'llllj'. fillllifli Akin Zlllll Paul Sjursoii, tl10 lz1st 011 El 65-yil1'Il 111111. This vim-tory 1'!ll1 tl1e AIIIOS string to s0v011 i11 il row. Amis 6, I'gUUNl'l 0 'llhe Little G1'e011 Jug will stay i11 AIIILKS 2ll10l7l101' year! Ames Iliglfs lighting Little flyelones, ililllllllg' to 111'ote0t their C0llfO1'l'lll'0 l0z1cl01'sl1i11 and ut the 5211110 time lDl't1lOf'flI1g their 1111l1l0111isl1ecl ree- o1'cl, stoocl oif every l'3oo11e chal- lenge a1111l 0:11110 tl11'o11g'l1 with 21 l'0llt'l1ll0VV11 i11 lllllt final quz11't01' to clefeut the To1'ea1clo1's lll the sea- 801138 llllill. .BQllll1Ll perfect block- ing, Max Sowers lielclecl 21 Boone 111111t z1111l 1'o1111101l 40 yarcls to s0o1'0 tl10 wi1111i11g l'Ulll'llIl11Wll. ,Sap 0WLOI"8 LAYING tl1is year without the services of a regular eoavli, the sophomore gridders failed to salv- age a vit-tory from their tive-ganle schedule. Nevertheless, some prom- ising varsity material was dis- covered. George Duvall, mid-year grad- uate, coached the scrubs for the first half of the season, witl1 crip- ples Mal Schmidt and Duke WVU- son taking over at this point and completing the schedule. The sophs suffered two defeats at the hands of Boone, and one eat-h to Nevada, Story City and Jeffer- son. The turn-out for the home games was above the level in pre- ceding years, but it can be larger Tor Row: Stewart, N. Z e n o r, Morgan Rozeboom, Puffett, Dickinson, A. Christenson Truim Row: Schaffer Murray, H a r e- stead, D. Moore, H. Clemens, Sea- mon, Grant Sl-zffoxn Row: B. Clark Eggert, W. Hukill, McCarty, K. King, H011 1 B orro M R o xv: W. Daine, S. Holland, Aikman, K el 1 y, Garfield, A n g l e, G. Carter, Town M fs -A' Practice scrimmage yet. The fact that the serubs are over-shadowed by the Varsity tends to lower interest in the sophs who deserve a place in the limelight, and should be given just praise. Sixty-nine HE Allies High eagenien, win- ning seventeen of the eighteen seheduled games, won the Central Iowa eonferenve elianipionsliip, as well as advancing through The dis- triet and sub-state touruanients to the finals at Iowa flity. ,Under The ahle guidanee of Coach Ole Tiller, The Little Cyclones lost only to Marshalltown during the regular season, and to Clinton in The iirst round of The Tinals in The state tournaments. After defeating Per- ry, Nevada and Mason Fity, The Little Fyelones dropped a elose de- eision to The Bobcats from Mar- shalltown. Froni this point, the Little Cyclone niaehine built up a string of fourteen straight victories defeating Newton, Mason City, IVaverly, Nevada, Boone, Grinnell, Oskaloosa, Marshalltown, Newton, Boone, Grinnell, Oskaloosa and Central High of Sioux City in that order. I The Little Cyclones also defeated Fort Dodge in the feature ganie of The Iowa State Coaches flliuie at the Drake Tieldhouse. The individual scoring for the season was evenly divided with endif? Zgafelfgaff Tor Row: Lawlor, VValker, Harper, Gore, Hines, T. King, Rothacker, Morris Siceoxtn Row: J. Daine, Wilhelm, Mauey, Akin, Vifquain, Fenley, Murphy, Jensen Bo'r'roM Row: McFarland, Ballard, De La Hunt, Knight, Sewers, Sjurson, Schmidt, Mr. Tiller Seventy t Ames outjumps Fort Dodge Max Sowers, junior guard, leading' tl1e pac-k witl1 a total of 131 for the regular season. Rollie Kni,Q'ht tallied 105, followed by Paul Sjur- S011 97, Tub Ballard 79, Stan De La Hunt 62, Gerald Murphy 59, Mal Selnnidt -H, Dave Maney 36, Max xXYllllCllll 23, John Fenley and Cllllvli Akin 16, Ned Vifquain 12 and Bruce Gore 5. At tl1e end of tl1e 1'0Q,'11lZl1' season, tl1e teain selei-ted Rollie Knight as tl1e squad vaptain for tl1e year. VVitl1 Rollie absent f1'O1ll fill' lllllf- 11p for tl1e first ti111e ber-ause of illness, and Paul Sjurson out of action, tl1e Little f'yelones defeated Dowling' High of Des Moines, 54 to 33, i11 a rougll battle on the Drake lieldhouse floor. The fol- lowing night tl1e Anies lads wo11 their way i11to tl1e sub-state ineet with a 39 to 32 vit-tory over a scrap- py East High of Des Moines teani 'A' Two extra arms help Max recover the ball in tl1e distriet S0111l-l7ll12llS at Drake. The following' week the squad traveled to Atlantiv to partivipate i11 the sub-state ineets. Tilt' boys took a first round 42 to 25 victory over the host sc-hool. They then qualified theinselves for the state 111eet at Iowa City with a hard- fought 44 to 38 wi11 over H11 under- rated Al71'2llli1I1l Lineoln of Council Bluffs teain. Traveling to Iowa City tllfx Little Vyelones tl1e11 fell in tl1e first 1'011l1Il of the state finals before a powerful Clinton i'Q2llll, going down by a 43 to 37 seore. This defeat brought the liglitiiig Little Uyelones to the end of tl1e trail, ending' their high hopes of achieving tl1e goal set by last year's squad. The squad was feted to n1any honors at the end of the season, H1111 are to be eongratulated for a V01'y S1lCCCSSf1ll SGHS011. Seventy-one 'A' 'A' SEASON 'S H1414 'ORD A1111-s QXIIIUS Aiiivs Amos AIIIUS .XIIIOS Amos Aiiivs Amos Amos Ainvs LXIIIOS Aiiics Amos A1111-s Amos Amos 76 48, 29, '7 .Sq , l'ci'i'y 14 Nvvzlclzl 25 Mason Vify 223 , Mz11'sl1z1llTow11 C30 39, Nowfoii 27 29, Maison Vity 21 2, XXYZIVOTIY 223 '37, Novzulu 235 46, 4300110 19 31, ii1'i1lIlUii 18 ,34, l,JSk2liUUS2l 28 232, lxhll'Sil2liif4WVll 22 47, Newton 26 40, 1300110 Ni 38, G1'il11l0il 19 45, Oskaloosa 26 42, l,'o11'r1'al, Sioux Pity 235 l'oAc'H1cs' t'1,1Nicf Amos 42, Fort Dodgv 22 V D1s'1'mcfT 1'o'li1iNAMENT Amos 54, Dowling 2323 Amvs 239, East, Dos 131041108 32 S1'B-s'1'A'1'i-: 'l"olii:NAM ENT Amos 42, Atlziiitiv 25 Amos 44, Abmliaiii Lim-ohm, f7i0I1lll'ii Bluffs 38 S'l'A'l'l'l 'l'ol'1:N.u1r1N'1' A1111-s, 237, Vliiifoii 433 Tip-off. Amos vs. Grinnell Nico try, Tub! t All we do is sit and wait 'lr Good one, Dave- Tor Row: Arney, Murray, Harstead, Peterson Srzcoxn Row: Dickinson, Barnes, Koch, Munson, Angle, Taft, Mr, Covey Bo'r'roM Row: Stewart, Grant, Holl, Holland, Schaffer, Moore ,Sip 0WL0l"8 g6l,5L8lfA6Lf! ROBABLY the tallest sopho- more basketball team in Ames High's history represented the Little Cyclones this year. These boys, if they continue to develop, should prove to be a formidable team in the coming years. Because of the fact that many of the boys were playing their first basketball this year, the squad failed to win consistently. The boys improved rapidly from mid-season, and show- ed Ames fans that strong teams may be expected. Boys all over six feet were David Koch, Marvin Munson, John Angle, Dave Murray and Norman Zenor. These boys were backed up by several good ball handlers and shots such as Bob Stewart, Darrell Moore, Bob Schaffer, Stan Hol- land a11d Jack Grant. Under the tutorship of Hi Covey, the boys became fine rebounders and able shots, and displayed that ever- present Ames spirit. The team this year had a big schedule, including several games in which a junior team composed of Gore, Vifquain, Rothaker, Hines, Borgmeyer, Harper and King played. Seventy-three jP6LC t All work and no play, etc. FF to a good start, the Ames lfligli einclermen plat-ed first in the state indoor track meet lielcl in Iowa City April 6. A promis- ing' squad of 102, largest in Ames Highls history and bolsterecl by the return of 14 lettermen, eompetecl under pre-War conditions. Under the direction of Hiram Covey, the fall and Winter track squads worked out at Iowa State eollege and partieipatecl in a meet in Des Moines, tying for seeonfl with East Higli. Among' the meets Selietlulecl were the Valley Relays, Drake Relays, Grinnell Invitational, mlis- triet, eoiifereuee and state meets. Tor Row: K. King, J. VV:1ll:1c-e. Grant, ll. Carter, Bowers, D. Moore, Stahl, R. Daley, NV21lk0l' Sixrii Row: J. 1'r:itln-r, A. Christenson, Taft, Town, Fitzsimnions, Angle, Barnes, Haprer, Borgnieyel' P'lFTH Row: Stewart, Arney, Dickinson, Garfield, McCarty, Iiozeboom, Munn, T. Schultz, Eggert, McNeil l"'0UIl'1'll Row: J. Duino, Rothaeker, Murray, Munson, S. Holland, Koch, Harestcad, Accola, Christofferson, N. Zenor, XV. Smith '1'HIr:u Row: fl. Peterson, Nelson, Horn, Ernst, N. Brown, lflourne, Halden, Shipley, WVyatt, Hartt, C. llitelifleld, T. Kim: SECOND Row: Mr. Tiller, Qlolleston, Ilurris, Jensen, Harrison, M. Davis, J. Smith, Gore, M. Hines, Breon X ore, J. Taylor, M. Smith, Sowers, Nr. Covey l30'l"l'0Bl Row: liiverett, Maison, Aleoek, Hotchkiss, Ray, Armstrong, De La Hunt, Longr, Yifquain, Ifllestaml, A, l:2lll1l1'Il, Knight, Fenley, llluney NQUGIUJI-f0UI' Qlflflfliri FACED with the return of only one letterman, Paul Sjurson, the Ames High tennis squad looked forward to a heavy schedule. Meets included Roosevelt of Des Moines, East of Des Moines, North of Des Moines, lWest VVaterloo and Fort Dodge before competition began ill the district and state meets. Since the other conference schools passed tennis by this year, no conference meets were held. In the iirst meet of the year,- held in Des Moines on April 6, the squad defeated Roosevelt High seven out of a possible nine match- es for the first Win of tl1e year. Those making the trip were Ken Hartt, Paul Sjurson, Bill All- baugh, Dean Harper and Terry Smith. This was tl1e first time an Ames squad has beaten a Roosevelt squad for four years. Paul Sjurson lost both his singles matches, as did Dean Harper, but Bill Allbaugh, Ken Hartt and Terry Smith clip- ped their opponents in singles competition. The doubles combi- nations of Allbaugh and Sjurson, and Smith and Hartt defeated Roosevelt in both doubles games. Play-off games decided who would represent tl1e Little Cy- clones in their meets. Bill All- baugh, Ken Hartt, Dean Harper, Bill Hukill, Keith Wallace, Terry Smith, Bill Daly and Ronald Emory, along with Sjurson, com- posed the squad. Again this year, tennis was spon- sored by Mr. Donald Hartt. Tor Row: Emery, W. Hukill, J. Wallace BoTToM Row: Doby, Allbaugh, Sjurson S venty-five W ACING the coming season with only one returning letterman, the Ames High golfers, with the return of spring, again began hit- ting the ball and 'yelling "fore', on Homewood golf course. WVith Dave Lantz, only man back from last year's state champs, lead- ing the candidates, the Little Cy- clones golfers faced a tough sched- clones participated in the Central Iowa Conference meet, followed by the district and state meets. Play-off matches decided who would participate in the meets for the Little Cyclones. Those out for golf included Bill Holl, John Taft, Don Payer, Robert Morris, Jerry Johnson, George Turner and Jim Aikman. Toi- Row: Holl, J. Johnson, Taft, Payer BOTTOM Row: Aikman, Mor- ris, Turner, Lantz ule, including meets with Boone, Roosevelt High of Des Moines, Grinnell, Ft. Dodge, Newton, Mar- shalltown and Oskaloosa. Plans for an invitational meet at Ames were also made. The Little Cy- Seventy-six T-he team this year was coached by Everett Ritland, who took over golf duties for the first time. He replaced YVesley Bartlett who re- signed his position on the faculty before mid-year. ,ylfLfl"6Ll4fLlfLl"6L If at Managers Dick Shipley an rl Norman Jack- son O the boys of Ames High who are unable to partieipate in Varsity athletic-s, a wide program of intramurals is offered. Home- room competition is earriecl on in basketball, with Wrestling and box- ing tournaments also sponsored. 'llhese Contests were supervised by lVillian1 Slaiehert, and he was ably assisted by student managers Nor- man Jackson antl Ric-hard Shipley. Hoineroom 109 defeated home- room 113 i11 a play-off battle to cop the senior league trophy. Fred Harrison was high scorer for the season as he tallied 99 points. In the HB" league competition. homeroom 108 won its sec-onfl title in two years by defeating home- room 211 in another play-off battle. Don Green paeecl the juniors with 109 points. In sophomore eompetition home- room 110 tiually 4-ame out on top. Second plaee was oeeupied by rooms 232 and 235. Paul Gibbs lecl all seorers in the serub league with an 82 total. To the men of Ames, a special Monday night league was again 4-arriecl on in the high school gym. Sponsored by Ole Tiller, the league enables many eage enthusiasts to continue playing basketball. Yeirenfy-seven ardilfy IIE chief reason for flll Ames High hulk 11z1rtiei11a1tio11 i11 zithleties is tl1e winning of 2111 HA." The 111z1i11 flll1f'll1lll of the organ- ization is to iiiitiate new lll0ll1lJOl'S. l'll1'Sl'-YUEII' letterwiiiiiers i11 foot- hzill were requirerl to play il basket- hzill gilllltl with the Pep filllll he- tween halves of the XUVVtOl1-LXIIIUS g'illllC. 'llhe boys were l1z1111liez11111e1l hy long lll1fll'l'XVll2ll', boxing gloves. zinml slieepskiiis, but cleteatecl the girls, 6-l. Boys who Win tl1eir let- ter i11 spring sports are i11itiz1te1l at the 11111111211 Varsity Club picnic at lloniewoorl Golf Course. The largest group of letterwin- 11ers in Ames High are not 111e1n- hers of ll1QLiXr211'SlJfY Club. Most Ames High lzuls ziwarfl their girls letters for partieipzitioii i11 a sport eallecl Hf'lHV9l1ll0l'l Wrestling." This YUZIIJS officers Were: Tubby l3a1lla1'1l, presiflentg Mal Sehiniclt, viee-11resifle11t zuifl Dale Breon, seeretary-treasiirer. The orgzinization is spoiisorecl hy Olav Tiller. Tor Row: Marrs, Hotchkiss, Breon, Mr. Tiller, Mason, Alcock, Bappe Tllluo Row: Sowers, Ray, Lanlz, Everett, Mz1ney,Edwa1'cls, Litchfield Smfoxo Row: Robbins, Sjurson, Knight, De La Hunt, Vifquain, Fenlfey, J. Smith Bo'1"1'oM Row: Ullestarl, Willielin, Arnistrong, Akin, Sclnnidt, Ballard L l SCPPIUJI-Plllllf ToP Row: McElyea, Jones, R. Iverson, Rushing, Bretnall, Pyle, Robinson, R. Olson, Schanche, McCormick, J. Larson, Holmes I"0URTH Row: J. Miller, Eschbach, S. Carter, Butler, Mueller, M. XVCbbE?l', Honsinfrer, Chesling, O'Nei1, Town- send, XVi1son, Hoff THIRD Row: Jacob, Caldwell, E. Smith, M. Neff, Mrs. G SECOND Row: S. Powers, Nowlin, B. VVeber, M. Taylor, IBOTTORI Row: Dyas, Iklancliard, Stevenson, Dodd, Miss fa, co HEY niake themselves heard" can be said literally of the Pep Club and Cheer Squad. The thirty- six orange-and-black clad Pep Club girls accepted their responsibility by cheering' the Little Cyclones on to victory. selling season tickets, providing entertainment between halves of games and passing out basketball progranis. VVith war-tinie restrictions lifted on transportation, the Pep Club was able to charter a bus to the traditional Ames-Boone football game. A pot-luck at the cafeteria reen, Hammond, L. Day, Barnard, S. Day M. Ross, Dietz, J. Fowler, Gross, VV. Smith Robinson, Winfrey, Nichols, Kulow preceded this trip in Noveniber. Officers of Pep Club were: Mar- ian N eff, president, Norina Hanl- lnond, vice-president, Elizabeth Sniith, treasurer and Lyla Day, secretary. Mrs. Myrna Green spon- sored the girls. Always on the job, Cheer Squad, headed by Miss Opal Robinson, led yells at games and pep as- seniblies. On Cheer Squad were YVanda Nichols, Alice Blanchard Valerie Stephens, Joan Kulow Wanda June Smith, Chuck Dodds, Bud VVinfrey and Marvin Davis. 7 7 Seventy-nine Tor Row: Rushing, L. John- son, Odell B0'l'l'01I Row: L. Day, J. Lal'- son, Stock WA, .xgflaklfic .Adociafion N an-tive Girls' Athletic Assoc- iation attained its ideal this year, which was to enable eaeh girl to develop physically, mentally, morally and socially. It also en- larged its activities by joining the state organization for the first time. G.A.A. is open to every girl in high school who is able to earn the membership requirements. Points must be earned in organized activi- ties, unorganized activities, skill tests, leadership and health charts. A total of 100 points entitles a girl to membership. After this, three types of awards can be earned- a minor HA," a major HA," and a pillow top-for additional work in the organization. Wlieii a girl has earned 1,000 points, she be- comes a member of the state organ- ization. Eighty Throughout the year, girls par- ticipate in basketball, volleyball, soccer, baseball, track and various other sports. Highlighting the G.A.A. pro- gram is the basketball intramural program. Each homeroom enters a team in the tournament. The win- ning team is awarded the orange and black dog which they may keep in their homeroom the fol- lowing year. Senior homeroom 109 copped the A" league intramural champion- ship for the second year when they defeated junior homeroom 206, 12-7. Junior homeroom 208 defeated the seniors in 111 to win the "B" league championship. The juniors defeated tl1e seniors by a score of 10 to 9. 44 med .gglfbklfic .Jglonom AMES High has always dis- tinguished itself by its spirit of clean playing in all its athletes. This year. Ames boys won many honors on all-state teams Zlllfl sev- eral won honors on the all-tourna- ment team selected at the State Tournament in Iowa City. The Iowa Daily Press Association is composed of newspapermen from all over the state. It selects all- state teams as does Jack North, staff writer of the Des Moines FooTBALL I.D.P.A. All-State First Team Dale Breon Max Sowers Honorable Mention Rollie Knight Tub Ballard Stan De La Hunt Herb Robbins J im Smith Jack North 's All-State First Team Dale Breon Second Team Max Sowers Third Team Al Ballard Sixth Team Rollie Knight Honor Roll Stan De La Hunt Tribune. Boys are selected for good sportsmanship, ability, and consistency of playing throughout the season. There are many boys who have done excellent jobs on both basket- ball and football teams this year. Their sportsmanship and ability testify to the fact that the team was good and team spirit excellent during both seasons. They will not soon be forgotten by teammates and classmates. 13.-SSKETBALL I.D.P.A. 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The Youth Center Coun- eil nieets the first Monday of each Hltllllll to discuss aetivities. Keith Rushing is chairnian of the coun- cil, which consists of eight connnit- tees with an adult adviser, a chair- lllilll a11d a senior, junior, sopho- 1ll0I'G and llllltll grade ineinher. The connnittees are as follows: Prograni, Milly Bretnall, chair- inang Mrs. Robley Vllinfrey, ad- viser, Menibership, Dave Murray, chairinan, Mr. Harry Clausen, ad- viser, House, Don Ullestad, chair- 111311, Mr. A. B. Spinney, adviser, Finance, Lee McFarland, chair- inan, Keith Rushing, adviserg Pub- lic Relations, Wlilliani Allbaugh, chairnian, Mrs. D. J. Robbins, ad- viser, Decorations, Susa11 'l'ilden chairnian, Mrs. Everds, adviser: Policy, J i111 VVinfrey, chair111an Q 7 Mr. George Fowler, adviser, E111- ployinent, Marylee Rushing, chair-- inan, Mr. Shipley, adviser. Membership at the Center is ope11 to all l1igl1 school Hllll ninth grade students. Menibership cards are purchased through honieroonis or at the Center. They eost 351.50 a seniester or 52.00 for the year. Extra n1o11ey for the Center is collected through paper piek-ups. The Youth Center sponsored the paper drive o11 the first Saturday of every 111o11tl1. Another project for finances was the selling of honorary adult membership tickets. Each student tried to sell at least two tiekets. A prize was offered to the student who sold the most tickets. Popular among all students was Mrs. Sutherland, who supervised the Center activities. Her e11tl1us- iastie friendliness made it a real pleasure to go to the Cyclone Youth Center. lfiyflzly-.sim Tor Row: J. Winfrey, Murray, Ullestad, C. Denby, Allbaugh Bo'r'roM Row: Tilden, M. McFar- land, Mrs. Sutherland, Bretnall, Rushing 6lflfLlfl,6'Ll"? DLWLIO 'A' The barefoot boy and the gal in calico i' Miss Nelson has smile and apples for teachers pets EMESTER grades may have been low, but everyone forgot them at the 'tJanuary Jump," the annual mid-year danee, which was held in the study hall January 16. The secret as to who the "King and Queen" would be was revealed at intermission with the presenta- tion of Marian flhesling as "the gal in ealim-o" and Paul Sjurson and Tubby Ballard as "her bash- ful, barefoot beausf' They were presented with big, red apples while a sextet sang the sono' t'Sehool Days." b Other highlights of intermission were Tubby Ballard's impersona- tion of Mr. Page as Central High 's football eoaeh, Miss Milliams and Mr. Ritland's impersonation of the typical Ames High couple, and Jerry Molleston's solo "Paper Dollw with lVanda June Smith dancing. The music was furnished by ree- ords and the study hall was devo- rated with big, red apples, pictures of two little 'tdunees" and a huge report card on which everyone signed his name. Ix'iffl1f.11-.wwnl t Up a tree! ak Rosalie, believe it or not! -A' Wheels in his head if Teachers tea if Journalists llaiwl at work-typing I'l'll the eutl of the war, lllilllj' new Al'lllllQ'S uizule llll'll' way into lXlllt'S Iliglifwmiipl- eil with umuy ultl ones. llut llltlllj' things l'0lll2lll1t'tl the Sillllti. fillCt'l'll1g' on the liittle Fy- Ifiyfll fy-eiyflzt t Your guess, I Can see Jane Odell vluiws, guiiig' tw the plays. tlutiugr, fltlIlf'lllg' zuul ull the lille things iuzikiiig up LXIIIPS Iliglfs iuvium-ilwle spirit were evt-1'p1'esei1t iu 1946 as they have lweu iii years lmefore zuifl are tuclzly. 6- W.,., 5 , . L ,V , Q5 , V s' N, . bf" XJ CA-H55 Q . Ro 6.53 4 A fi If T .,.,,, Q A,,.. 7 .. 1 h 6 gb? . , ff' Cavan! S Y g 8 . 5 :ix MS'-+JE K 'A w. wx if HM ? 4, we A QS? 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Solo of loft-owl' mid-yczu' tlG00l'11ll0llS Cro Mary Powcrsl Actual sale of SPuc1'1's . .. . , n,,, , n,,,, lliscovcroll in S1'I1u'1' IIIOIIUY box .. . Loose 4-bangs 2ll'ql1ll'0d by our pickpoolcets Nin nf .ll , 34 .75 .. .50 .12 .. 25.00 2.00 .. 37.82 . , 3.50 Total SF 69.69 5 nk 1.00 3 rubber bands . 14.62 ,. 95.00 . 30.32 .02 Total Sl-10.96 Pillg'-INDIIQI zmrl 4-llwlivrs wvrv uflwl' zl'ftl'zlf'Tiu11s. Iluwvvvlg Hu' jlllivlmx, 412111411 Hum' mul smlzx fibllllfilill wvro lnusf IrU1blll2ll'. 'l'l1c- ggguml IIRITUFU :md gnml llllllllil' uf Mrs. Sllflll'l'12lllll mum-u111'z1g.g'wl Tlw S'fllllt'I!JfS tn work 111141 c'wl'ylmmly mljuya-fl llilllH0lf. if Amlw shows Nils Sutllerlaud how 'A' Ruth and Marlowe svsma II out t Busy as hells. Busy, thx Jwfbg. ' W' Kiln . MAY 1 R210 -Ix Qi Q Wi 59 QA! , S X- ,ffm ttl,t s ,ag ! lj e 'V' . t ixxw V L A ws N' 'fkj-ff C-i6'LLl'LC!6Llf' CHOOL opened the morning of Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 4. On the fourteenth of September, Ames played its first football game against Roosevelt High of Des Moines. O11 the nineteenth, the annual N eweomers' Party was held at Lynn Fuhrer Lodge whieh was also the location of the junior fire- side on OCTOBER 10. On OCTOBER 17, the first mat- inee danee was l1eld in the Study Hall. The day before, four seniors participated in the Junior Town Meeting of the Air, a program sponsored by KRNT of Des Moines. NOVEMBER 1 was the date of the football fireside held at Lynn Fuhrer Lodge at which Dale Breon was elected Captain of the team. The following night, we defeated Boone to keep the Little Green .lug for another year. Our first vacation eame on NOVEMBER 9 when a teacher's eonvention was held here at Ames. Open House took place on NOV- EMBER 14. Harriet, the dramatic club play, was presented in the auditorium NOVEMBER 1.9 and 20. NOVEMBER 23 was the date of our first basketball game, the day after Thanksgiving vaeation start- ed. On Monday, DECEMBER 10, the SPIIHT Stomp was held at whieh the Spirit Sweetheart and l1Q1' attendents were announeed. On DECEMBER 20, the Christ- nias eandlelight services were held in whieh tl1e A Cappella Choir and Girls' Grlee Club presented a pro- grain. Mr. Staples, a niagieian, pre- sented an assembly on JANUARY 9, followed the next week by the annual Mid-year dance on JANU- ARY 16. The week of FEBRUARY 5 to 9 was saved for Mr. Ray Cun- ninghani, our Friendship IYeek speaker. The junior class play, Papa Is AN, was presented on FEBRU- ARY 15 and 16. A niatinee danee was planned for the twenty-tifth. MARCH 6 and 7 ushered in the boys' basketball tournainents, and on the fourteenth and fifteenth were the sub-state tournainents. The finals were held in Iowa City on MARCH 21. to 23. The instrumental niusie depart- inent presented a Spring Coneert on MARCH 29 followed by the vocal 11ll1SlC,S Spring Concert on APRIL 12. The state niusie eon- test began APRIL 5 and the finals were APRIL 26 and 27. On APRIL 6, the track teani won the state ehanipionship indoor traek title. The senior class play Angel Street, was presented May 3 and 4. Baccalaureate was scheduled for MAY 19, with graduation eoni- ing for the seniors on MAY 23. The Junior-Senior Frolic took plaee in the gym on MAY 20. ,rfb it .st Xi' Ji. QD 9 fQ T N 5 - If Q X f .111 I 2' QL: Y V p C X ,3f?1x YM , . MTW N f 'C it K s f A 671 4- xxx x ' N X "C n ' 1 1 sff 1 if' V 0 I X ,- Mi, T ' A 5' gh.. 1 i ' X t i l 1 it N zety-tl f a S125 , v ,ii- as , .M 1v.ux'CuRf:snw W K Q ' Cwmm L L ' . 'W' M5 5 W ,f , Q Xr J i H K 2' assigns' I it P F nh' 5 "HF 5 i t Z ERVICE i 'f XX --,., ' ..k,., A '-A, .,.,-f f . if X , , I Nye f X 1 4' ol'-ll-IR Esrnx so ii' 'XIAHN 8 OLLIER GAI " The slogan tl1at's lnaclzeci lay genuine gooclness in quality and service, time result of 43 years successful experience in the yeariaooiz field. We final real satisfaction in pleasing you, time year- lnoolz pulalislier, as well as your photographer anti your printer. JAHN 8 OLLIER ENGRAVING Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Color Commercial Artists - Photographers SI7 W. WASHINGTON BLVD., CHICAGO 7, ILL. fr EDITED EDR EVERYD IN THE AMES TERRITDRY Of Particular Interest to Ames High Studerits: ' The Weekly "Web" ' Buy ive ' Sports -A' 'A' 'A' Hats off to Ames High School Students and Faculty for their Cap- able production and direction in the Journalistic fields. The Amos Daily Tribune is proud of its weekly High School page- "Thc Web" and the student written t'Buy Jive" column. A high caliber Athletic program is likewise saluted-your teams and coaches have been a source of fine sports stories. i' 'A' ir AMES DAILY TRIBUNE Ninety-five Compliments of . . I1 COLLEGIATE COMPANY AMEs lowA MANUFA6TURING 'A' VHICV LXIJAMS CLINT ADAMS Vlnss of 15110 X ll I S P l Class of 1921 13est'VLHshes ro the Senior Class 1946 I OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS for the SPIRIT since 1936 E HW EIUUFU Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1946 'NE 5 N Av SQZW ' 1 ' Ffbnantii xHff" ', R IJ 5 so 5 ., . x Nw- wx: S' ' Q,-:ER Xxx RUSI-IING'S SUPER-VALU Just South of the Trzwks on Kellogg This Label in Your Suit 01' Topcoat Spells "Value,' Some clay-wil hope soon-you will find plenty of Park- Lzlnes on our racks again. In thu incantiniv, we van ZISSIIPP you that tho few suits wo are able to fuller maintain The szimv high stanclards of vallu- our 1-llstonivrs lezirnecl to Q-xpvct l.lPlz0l'P the war. mer' 9 ffhe 5lOrA M E s Nvl1L6f1l-'lliilf' ssl, sl 5.. Q Q of EHLHEE-HHUNU ,QQ Ju Nlll lilll? Make YOUNKERS your headquarters for the young . . . carefree . . . casual clothes you'll want . . . and all the 'little things' that spell success. We're here to serve you . . . to start you on your way with the flourish of a wisely planned wardrobe. AMES ' DES MOINES ' MASON CITY Y U ll lll llll E ll S 0 I rl tl 01fLgrcLfo1faIfi01fL5 gfczzw of 7 unc! EM MAJAM Ar Mow jzfnre TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO PRINTERS OF THE 1946 SPIRIT PHONE 180 ,sffrgl X,-:V . ' QW X c:ARR's ,f ' WE PRooucTs .BA v BAKERY DE1,1f'A'rESSEN 'A' 'A' 'A' PHONE QLO P3 MXIX 0 d 16 THOUSAND ITEMS For your convenience if Be it some small item-a screw-a tack or a bolt Or a complete heating plant for your home We want your patronage and try to conduct our business so as to deserve it. as PAINT - STOVES - FURNAFES - CHINAWARE - TOYS RADIOS - REFRIGERATORS - WASHING MACHINES COOKING WARES AND HOUSEWARES OF MANY KINDS CARR HARDWARE CO. Phone 124 F10 'LU C 7' S . . are Words in Technicolor 3575 . , F5 VVhen the spoken word isn t enough, let I flowers'-beautiful, fresh, Howersf-speak 1 lu for you. To express sympathy, to honor, pgffig to cheer or to tell someone you love her, N flowers are words in Technicolor. 1. COE'S ELOWER SHOPS Bonded Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association, Inc. Downtown Campustown Sheldon-Munn Hotel 2542 Lincoln Way Phone 111 Phone 110 One hundred two For the unusual in portraits make your HIlp0iI1fI11CI1t now . . . Glamour and Casual Sittings OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE IOVVA STATE BOMB COLLEGETOWN STUDIO 109 YVQICI1 Ave. Phone 49 Y. M. MAXHIGIM, Manager WITH BEST WLSHES TO THE CLASS OF 1946 AND Gooo LUCK TO THE LITTLE CYCLONES ESCHBACI-I MUSIC HOUSE "Every filing in Illzasicu 302 MAIN STREET PHONE 474 To 21 Secure Future . . The War has been won but We must all Work toward Winning the peace. 'k if 'k I-IANSON LUMBER CO. individuality in Good Furniture I-ICDVERSTEN FURNITURE STCDRE 'A' 'A' 'lr Admiral Refrigerators and Radios 'A' Armstrong and Nairn Floor Coverings 'A' We carry one of the largest stocks of Inlaid Linoleum in Story County PHONE 66 41 The famous Ostermoor and Sealy Mattresses 51519.50 - 51549.50 if Also Firth, Alexander Smith and Mohawk Carpeting 2 MAIN AMES, IOWA One lmndred four BEST WISHES ilIn ,, ill lli lni iil lllii RRR f 1 1 f 1f I CLASS CF '46 The ability to Hy can bv an asset in almost any walk of life. Learn Now! 'k i' 'k HOWARD FLYING SERVICE, INC. Umnplciv A.l"Ulf10'Il' Service Municipal Airport Phone 2544 . . . Natures Finest Food UNEIL DAIRY CQMPANY 0 Prehm Transfer 61 Storage Co. i' We Specialize in Long Distance Hauling 'A' ' Local Hauling ' Light Baggage Transfer ' Shipping-Packing ' Fumigating Service 420 Main Phone 2700 SENIORS - IUNIORS - SOPHMORES - FRESI-IMAN 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. V A good note book in which to keep your Work, a good. fountain pen to make 'writing easier and better, a typewriter for home use to type notes and practice 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. REYNOLDS 6: IVERSEN One lmmdrcd six Upening Hour 3:oo p.n1. Because of shortage of help and food rationing TOIVPS GRILL now opens at 3:oo p. m. Come in then and enjoy our always ECONOIVIICAI. PRICES. Counter or Booth Service AIR iCONIilTIONED GOOD FOCD Downtown Ames FINE is an ART ART is our SPEFIALTY VALNOR STUDIO Next to Students Supply Store PHONE 1757 PI-IOTGGRAPI-IY. . . O d Automotive Agencies and Supplies Bottling Company ALLEN MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet, Buick, and Plymouth Always Good Used Cars DUNLAP MOTOR COMPANY Oldsmobile Sales and Service Ames, Iowa MATHISON MOTOR COMPANY 323 5th Phone 37 MAX DUITCH AUTO EXCHANGE Studebaker Cars and 'Trucks 108 5th Phone 1000 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 214 Main St. Everything for the Automobile Automobile Bodies-Repairing AMES VVHEEL AND FRAME ALIGNMENT CO. Banks and Investments AMES BUILDING si LOAN ASSN. AMES, IOWA AMES TRUST 85 SAVINGS BANK "The Bank Where You Feel at Home" Barber and Beauty Shops CONTOURE BEAUTY SALON Lillian Anderson, Mgr. AMES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. "Drink a Bite to Eat at 10, 2, and 4" Heiailiiig7IuI.iiEiiiiQ" MUNN LUMBER COMPANY 107 E. Main Phone 2 SCHOENEMAN BROS. LUMBER CO. Lumber-Paint-Coal West End of Main Phone 264 Candy THE CANDY KETTLE Home Made Candy and Confections 2412 Lincoln Way Phone 2063 FREDA'S SWEET SHOPPE The Most Complete Candy Store 2316 Lincoln Way Phone 290 C lziro practoi' DR. C. B. KERR Chiropractor 501 Main Street Cleaners and Launderers AMES LAUNDRY Phone 47 Professional Laundry Service AMES PANTORIUM Quality Cleaning, Repairing, Alterations 410 Douglas Phone 231 HAWKEYE LAUNDRY Complete Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service 251455 Lincoln Way Phone 2891 Phone 98 SUPERIOR EAEEERSIIOP LINDQUIST CLEANERS Ames H1225 llIZ:iII?rS?i'eg3a1rcutterS 120 HAYWARD PHONE 1700 - Book Store C005 STUDENT SUPPLY STORE Books for All Ages EDWARDS COAL COMPANY "Complete Heating Service" South of the Campus Phone 164 Phone 20 One hundred eight GILCHRIST COAL AND FEED CO. Coal-Fuel Oil-Feed Phone 232 HALL COAL COMPANY Home Heating Service Phone 241 Dairy Products MOORE BROS. DAIRY ICE CREAM FOUNTAIN SERVICE WOODLAND FARM DAIRY Dairy Products and Fountain Service 819 Lincoln Way Phone 435 Dentists AMES DENTAL STUDY CLUB DfugQ,'iQiSfm""W BROOKER DRUG STORE Hotel Sheldon-Munn Prescription Druggists DIXON'S Cut Rate Drug Store Ames, Iowa JUDISCH BROS. PHARMACISTS Whitman's and Mrs. Stover's Candy Phone 70 We Deliver PETERSON DRUG CO. "Drugs etc." 2816 West Street Phone 2865 Dry Goods THE FAIR Dry Goods - Ready to Wear - Millinery Ames, Iowa BEST WISHES to LITTLE CYCLONES J. C. PENNEY CO. Electric Companies O'init'outZIf'RoigZi'2ifsPiIQI2F McLELLAN'S VARIETY STORE MAKE McLELLANiS YOUR STORE Florists EVERTS FLOWER SHOPS "Flowers for All 0ccosions" 208 Main New Ames Theater Furniture BENNETT 85 MQDANIEL FURNITURE A Friendly Store in a Friendly City Gift Shop FLORENCE LANGFORD GIFT SI-IOP 413 DOUGLAS PHONE 554-J Grocers AMES SERVICE FOOD MARKET Groceries-Fruits-Meats-Birds Eye F'oods 2428 L. Way Phone 88 or 89 AMES WHOLESALE FRUIT CO. PHONE 84 CAMPUS GROCERY Nationally Advertised Foods 103 Welch COLLEGE FOOD MARKET Complete Line Quality Foods, Meats, Vegetables 2816 West Street Phone 994 COMMUNITY Grocery Ki Market 114 Duff Ave. Phone 52 NINTH STREET FOOD MARKET Quality Foods at Reasonable Prices MUNN ELECTRIC COMPANY Kitchen Modernization Headquarters Phone 500 UNITED FOOD STORE BUY WELL-KNOWN BRANDS HERE One hundred nine WEST STREET JACK SPRATT STORE 2902 WEST ST. PHONE 2750 Jewelers ABBOTT JEWELRY STORE Expert Watch Repairing WHETSTONE'S FOOD STORE 200 Main Street 1 KELL PH NE 622 x AAA AA A AA AAA- l AAA A - AA p MAURICE D. BATES, JEWELER """""""i"""""'""""1""""" Diamonds - Watches H atghgry 2400 Lincoln Way Phone 2027 AMES HATCHERY COMPANY CHARLES G, RAY Chicks - Equipment - Poultry - Eggs Jeweler 123 Kellogg Ave. Phone 1025 220 Main Street Phone 230-W H0t6lS CWLLZ T0'tL7"lfSt Courts FRANK T. TALBERT, JEWELER CONOCO MOTEL PHONE 820 Modern Cottages - Locked Garages -......,,,.-,-5,A.,-,-,,,.,.,. East Lincoln Way L ClfLUy67'S HOTEL SHELDON MUNN The Grid A Tangney-McGinn Hotel Insurance and Real Estate ASH AND ATKINSON Full Coverage Insurance Service City Loans- Investments BROWN INSURANCE AGENCY 'The Northwestern Mutual Life and General Insurance BURTON INSURANCE AGENCY Earl Holtz, Mgr. 511 Main Ames, Iowa Phone 552 SEAMAN A. KNAPP General Insurance HAROLD O. HEGLAND 31455 Main Street Phone 531 HIRSCHBURG 8z REYNOLDS 3005 Main Street Phone 578 LOUIS H. JUDISCH 209175 Main Phone 268 Leather Goods LUGGAGE Sz LEATHER STORE BERT MOSER Manufacturer Masonic Bldg- I Phone 109 TILDENIMANUFACTURING oo. LaGRANGE INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE 2100 20 Years Successful Insurance Business in Ames f 'fff'ff'-'-"2'fif-""'f-'-'r'-"rf""fri "Insurance and Its Service" Menfs Clothiey-S A. J. MARTIN DON BEAM If It's Insurance or Real Estate We Have It Phone 161 213 5th Street MENSWEAR McDOWELL INSURANCE AGENCY JAMESON'S "Insure in Sure Insurance" Young Mews Wearing Apparel Phone 51 Ames, Iowa 319 Main College Downtown McDOWELL REAL ESTATE AGENCY "The Spot for Homes" Bill Vogt, Mgr. Phone 51 319 Main JOE'S MENS SHOP Complete Line of Sportswear for Young Men and Women One hundred ten "'oj,25iig2hQiQ' JENSEN OPTICAL CO. Dr. R. T. Drummond, Opt. 216 Main Phone 1732 DR. F. E. ROBINSON Optometrist 615 Grand Avenue Paint - Glass - Awnings IRVINE Paint and Wallpaper Store Artist Materials ORNING GLASS AND AWNING CO. Quality Mirrors and Awnings General Glasswork ' Photographers HILL'S STUDIO Home of Tru-Color Portraits 2530 Lincoln Way Phone 347 Pipe Shop MCGUIRE PIPE SHOP 231 Main Ames Iowa Plumber PALMER PLUMBING CO. Heating, Plumbing, Electric Appliances Phone 1091 Restaurants FRANGOS RESTAURANT NICOLET CAFE "Home Cooked Meals" 2812 West Street SOVEREIGN GRILL FOR QUICK SERVICE T AND M SANDWICH SHOP CORNER OF 5TH AND BURNETT TOPSY'S 117 WELCH CAMPUSTOWN TROWS WHITE SPOT SANDVVICH SHOP Downy Flake Doughnuts 2522 Lincoln Way Service Stations BRINTNALL'S ' Standard Oil Products 416 B11l'I16f.t Phone 418 FALL OIL CO. Tire Headquarters 510 Lincoln Way Phone 259 FREELS SERVICE 2602 LINCOLN WAY PHONE 95 GUY RUNYAN'S D-X SERVICE "Always Dependable" Lincolnway Sz Duff Phone 597 The Best Place to Eat We Freeze Our Own Ice Cream XIATES SERVICE STATION 2 One Stop Service 3 7 5th HOSTETTER'S RESTAURANT pwpwpwpv p W pwppp pwpwpwp FOOD AT ITS BEST Shggg L-WAY CAFE Delicious Steaks 2418 Lincoln Way BAUGE SHOE STORE 204 Main Street Supreme Shoe Service MAID-RITE SANDWICH SHOP "For the Best Hamburger in Town" BRANNBERG'S FOOTWEAR Properly Fitted 317 Main St. One hundred eleven EMERHOFF 'S Dependable Footwear 219 Main Sporting Goods AMES SPORT SHOP Athletic Goods - Gym Clothing Phone 2598 2526 Lincoln Way Theaters L'rMgj5Hii4kM'W MIDWEST TRANSIT LINES Serves Ames High Daily Phone 1326 YELLOW CAB COMPANY Sheldon-Munn Hotel Phone 116 Womewfs A pparel MAKE A DATE-SEE A MOVIE Always the Finest First Collegian - "New Ames" - Varsity - Capitol LILA B. FROMM Ready to Wear and Accessories Abbot, Beverly . Adams, Mr. Frank . Adams, Mr. Herbert . Accola, Merle . Aikman, Jim . Akin, Charles . Alcock, Dick . . Alexander, Colleen Aldinger, Karl . Allbaugh, William . Allen, Juanita . . Altemeier, Mary Lou Amme, Robert . . Amundson, Mr. Arthur Amundson, Wayne . Anderson, Joyce A. Anderson, Richard . Andrus, Lew . . Angle, John . . Armstrong, Mary Lou Armstrong, Norval . Arney, Rogene . Arnold, Richard . Arnold, Stanley . . Arrasmith, Richard Arrasmith, Sharon Baker, Dean . . Ballard, Albert 20, 22, 24, 26, 48, Ballard, Donald . . Ballard, Velma . Bappe, Bob . Bappe, Joan . Barnard, Anne . Barnes, Forest . Barnett, Dorothy . One hundred twelve 22, 26, 50 . 3, 22, 40, 48, 2 . 22 19, 26, 59 59, 66, 67, 22, 43 . 19, .QVLCJZX 313 Main Phone 830 Bartlett, Mr. Wesley . . 16 Bates, Arnold . . . 26 Beam, Don . . 43, 55 Beard, Elizabeth . 40,53 Beatty, Miss Anne . . 14 Bechtel, Dave . 40,58,67 Becker, Ronald 26, 67,86 Beckley, Marilyn . 43, 57, 59 Beeman, Joe . . 43 Behling, Doris . . 43 Bell, Darlene . 40,63 Bell, Melvin . . 43,59 Bennett, Elizabeth . . 43 Berg, Pauline . . . 26 Bergeson, Richard . . . 27 Bergland, Mrs. Marjorie . . . 12 Berhow, Dick . . . . 27, 59, 67 Blanchard, Alice 40, 48, 59,79 Bliss, Lois . . . 43,57 Blom, Peter . . . 40,67 Bloomberg, Mary . . 43, 59 Borgmeyer, Robert . . 22, 38, 40, 60 Bourne, Alvin . . 22, 40, 74 Bower, Miss Edna . 58, 59 Bowers, Hubert . . 43 Bradish, John . . . 19,27 Braun, Rodger ...... 27 Breckenridge, Eleanor . . 40, 53,54,59 Breckenridge, Esther . . 40,53,54,59 Bretnall, Milly . . 27,48,50,58, 63, 79,86 Breon, Dale . . . 24,27,66, 67, 74,78 Brintnall, Mr. N. J. . . . . 10 Brown, Norman . . 22, 40, 58, 67, 74 Brown, Imogene . . . 27, 60, 63 Brown, Robert . . 27, 61 Burnham, William 43, 55 Burnham, Wilma . . Burton, Patricia . . . Butler, Mary Lou . 20, 39, 40 Cadman, Verle .... Caldwell, Nance . . 27 Canvin, Miss Madeline . . Carter, George . . . Carter, Shirley . 39,40 Chambers, Dolores . . . Chase, Elinor . . . 12 Chesling, Marian 25, 27, 48, 50, 54 Chivers, Esther ..., Christensen, Andrew . Christianson, Ernest . Christofferson, Floyd Clapp Dorothy Clapp, Richard Clark Bernard Clark Danny . Clark George . Clark Marjorie . Cleary, Richard . Clemens, Howard Clemens, Pat . Cody, William . Coe, Ramona Conroy, Joanna . Cook, Frank . Corbin, Joan . Corbin, Joyce . Covey, Mr. Hiram . Cox, Mary . . Craig, Bette . Crawford, Joan . Crosley, Wayne . . Cunningham, Mr. Ray . Daine, Bill . . . . Daine, John . . 40 Daley, Robert . , . Daugherty, Joseph . Davis, Carol ..... Davis, Richard .... Day, Lyla . 8, 39, 40, 48, 53, 56 Day, Mr. Richard . . . Day, Sylvia . . 20, 44,48 De La Hunt, Stanley 40, 58, 60, 66 Denby, Charles .... Denby, Richard . . . Dickinson, Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson, John . . Diehl, Douglas . Dietz, Annetta . . Dobson, Mrs. Lela . . Dodd, Charles . 2, 40, Dryer, Robert . . Duvall, George . Dyas, Mary . . Ecker, Peder . , Ecker, Phyllis Edgar, Margaret Edmand, Caroline Edwards, Mr. David Edwards, John . Egemo, Robert . Elliot, Mrs. Grace Elliot, Mrs. Rose Ellsworth, Arlene Elwell, Joe . Emery, Ronald . Erickson, Harold Ernst, Robert . Ersland, Jo Ann . Eschbach, Phyllis Esry, Frances . Esry, Shelby . Ethington, Marilyn Everett, Bud . . Fenley, John . Ferguson, Alice Finch, Betty . Fitch, David . Fitch, Faith . Fitz, Robert . Fitzsimmons, John Flogstad, Helen . Fowler, Jane . Fowler, Margaret . Freel, Betty . Gaessler, Bill Garfield, John . Gaskill, Harold . Gibbs, Paul . Gibbs, Pauline Giese, Mary Jo . Gord, Eva . . Gord, Kenneth . Gore, Bruce . Gould, Gloria Gould, Janet . Grant, John . Green, Don . . Green, Mrs. Myrna Grinstead, Ted Gross, Barbara Gulliver, Elizabeth Gutman, Jack . Hagen, Tunney . Hainer, John . Halden, Frank . Hall, Joanne . Hamann, Madeline Hammond, Norma Hanger, Kenneth . Hansel, Bob . Hansel, John . Hanson, Luella . Harestad, Conrad Harlan, Jean . 38, 51, 58, 59, 60, . . 40, 58, 2, 22, 28, 48, 67, . 25, 28, . 40, 58, . 41, . . 41, 67, . . . 28, 39, 41, 54, 58, 63, . . . 44, . . . 44, . 24, 28, 52, 74, 20, 24, 28, 66, 67, 70, 74, . . 41, 50, 54, . . 28, 41, 53, 54, 22, 44, 53, . 28, 48, 63, 41, 53, 54, 56, . . 44, 44, 47, 69, 20, 24, 29, . . 20, . . 29, 19, 44, 47, 55, 20, 22, 38, 41, . . 41, . . . 19, 22, 44, 60, 69, 73, . . 5, 14, . . 41, 51, 39, 41, 48, 59, 63, . . 44, 55, . 24, 29, 59, 20, 22, 41, 56, 58, 67, . 44, . 29, 79, . 29, . . 41, . 44, 69, 73, 21, 29, 51, 63, One hundred Hzirte 63 59 10 78 40 13 16 59 61 75 28 74 85 79 55 44 63 78 78 56 28 51 63 28 74 41 79 63 44 60 74 54 44 54 59 44 44 74 60 41 74 41 79 59 79 59 67 44 41 74 44 63 85 62 44 29 63 74 86 EN Harper, Dean . Harrison, Fred . Harter, Rosemary Hartt, Mr. Donald Hartt, Kenneth Haveman, Jean . Hegland, Richard Henneman, Joyce Henry, Richard . Hines, Max . Hines, Robert . Hines, William . Hinrichson, Louise Hippaka, William Hixon, Ray . Hocker, John . Hoff, Janet . Holl, Bill . . Holland, Chester . Holland, Stanley Holler, Van . . Holmes, Jean . Honsinger, Bobby Horn, James . Hotchkiss, Alicia Hotchkiss, Donald Houk, Pauline . House, Ronald . Howell, Mr. Frank B Hukill, Bill . Hukill, Virginia Inman, Marjorie Irving, Roberta . Iverson, Myron . Iverson, Rosemary Jacob, Phyllis . Jackson, Norman . Jensen, Jensen, Harris Howard Joannides, Dorothy Johns, Bob . . Johns, Eleanor . Johns, Gloria . Johnson, Adele . Johnson, Darlene Johnson, Everett Johnson, Jerry . Johnson, Leora . Johnson, Lois Jondall, Betty . Jones, Darlene . Jones, Jean . Kauffman, Harold Kauffman, Ruth . Kelly, Tom . . Kershner, Diana Kester, Miss Florence Kilborn, Ruth . King, Kenneth . One hundred fourteen King, Thomas . Kirwin, Shirley . . Klockentager, Lillian Knight, Jack . . Knight, Rolland Knudson, Helen . . Knuths, Constance . Knutson, Astrid Knutson, Audrey Knutson, Lois . Koch, David -. Kooser, Ray . Kulow, Joan . Kyle, Virginia . Lake, Jim . . Lande, Delores . Lande, George . . Lantz, David Larsen, Larson Larson Larson . Larson, Lawlor, 1 9 Pat . David . . . 30 Jeanne Joyce . . Max . Conrad . Lechner, Joan . Lillard, Wilma . . Lindgren, Miss Eva . Litchfield, Commodore Litchfield, Dorothy . Litchtield, Lucy . 24, 30, 51, . 41 22, 30, 66 . 20 48, 51, 58 52, 22, 41, 41, 51, 20, 41, 51, . 38, 29, 58, 45, 47, 48 41, 38, 39, 41, 45, 60, Livingston, Barbara Lodden, Dolores . Long, Bob . . McCann, Josephine McCarty, Merrill. McClure, John . McCormick, Mary McDonald, Janet . McDonald, Norma McElyea, Joan . McFarland, Martha McFarland, Robert McKean, Helen . McKinley, Marjorie McKinley, Robert McNally, Miss Mary McNeil, Don . . McNutt, Franklin . Magill, Diana . Maitland, Dorothy . Mallam, Ed . Malberg, Nancy . Maney, David . Marrs, Jack . Mason, Ben . Mather, Richard Mathews, Katherine Matsen, Phyllis . Matters, Doris . . 22, 24, . 39 25, 31, 48, 51 . 18, 22, 24, 31, 21, 31, 58 Meek, Keith . . Meeker, Prof. W. H. . Melberg, Mr. Merrit . Pierre, Mary . Pierson, Marilyn . . Plagman, Mary Janet . 20, 45, 47, 48, 51, 55 Miller, Donald . . Miller Miller, Jean . Miller Lois . Miller Miss Ruth . Miller Virginia Minott, Glenn . Molleston, Jerry Moore, Darrell . Moore, Norma . Moore, Owen . Morgan, William Morford, Shirley Morris, Robert . Morris, Walter . Morrison, Betty . Mueller, Marilyn . . Munn, Fritz . . Munson, Marvin . Murphy, Gerald . Murphy, Joyce . Murray, David . Murray, Dr. W. G. . Myers, Mary Jo . Myers, Russell . Nass, Edwin . . Neff, Marian . 32 Neff, Nancy . . . Nelson, Miss Charlotte Nelson, John . . . Nelson, Stanley . Netcott, Janice . Nichols, Wanda . Nicholson, Jack . Nodland, Mr, Marvin . Nolta, Yvonne . . Norton, Bob . . Nowlin, Pat , . Nutty, Jerry Lou Odell, Jane . . Olsan, Charlotte . Olson, Dean . Olson, Ramona . O'Neil, Rosella . Overland, Karine Page, Mr. Kenneth . Parish, Tom . Parsons, Barbara . Parriott, Richard Payer, Don . . Perry, Robert . Peterson, Betty Jo . Peterson, Donald Peterson, George . Peterson, Mary Lou . Peterson, Wayne . zaza 21,3L 22, 45, 55, , 48, 54, 58, 32 . 32 32 3, 32 Polhemus, Tom Powers, Mary Powers, Sally . Prather, John Prather, Mary . Prehm, Darlene . Price, Harry . Puffett, George . Pyle, Jane . . Ramsey, Marion . Rasmussen, Florence . Rasmussen, Mary Ray, Marlowe . Read, Mary . . Reynolds, Dick . Ringgenberg, Bob . Ritland, Mr. Everett Robbins, Herb . . 46, 53, 55, 61 42, 48, 57, 58, 59 . . 46, 55, 59 . 39, 42, 58 . . 42, 53 2, 25, 33, 59, 63, 79 . . 45, 74 25, 33, 48 . 33 21, 33, 54 . . . 45 33, 48, 50, 63, 71, 85, 91 . . 46, 55 . 33 . . 33 32, 74, 78 46, 59 . 32 46, 59 . . 16,64 20, 24, 32, 58, 60, 66, 67, 78 Robertson, Ella May . . Robinson, Rosalie . 19, 46, 55, 59 20, 21, 24, 32, 48, 51, 57, 63, 64, 79, 86 Robinson, Miss Opal . Rorabaugh, Roy Ross, Betsy fsr.J . Ross, Betsy fsoph.J . . Ross, Dale . . . Ross, Mary . . . Rothacker, Mark . Rouze, Verna . . Rozeboom, Bob . . . Rude, Eugene . . . Rushing, Marylee 5, 21, 39, 42, Ryan, Kenneth . . . Rynkiewitz, Bonnie . Sandman, Mavis . Sayre, Miss Laura . Schanche, Dorothy Schmalzried, Don Schmidt, Malcolm Schreck, Richard Schultz, Elinor Schulz, Ted . Scott, Ronald . Selzer, Marilyn . Sevde, Richard . Severson, Dulcie . . Severson, Mrs. Eleanor . Severson, Paul . . Shaffer, Bob . Sheesley, John . Shipley, Richard . Sills, LaVelle . . . Simmering, Mr. Lawrence Sjurson, Paul 34, 58, 60, 62, Slaichert, Mr. William . Smith, Elizabeth . . . 15,48,79 16,4s,54,79 . 24,34,52,54 19,46,55,59,60 . . . 45 46,47,4s,55,79 22,42,67,70,74 46,47,59,60,69 . 46,47,55,74 . . . 34 48,57,63,79,80,86 . . . 42 46,5s,59,63 . . 34 . . . 13 34,5s,63,79,90 . . . 34 34,67,70,78,82 . . 46 . 42,59,60 21,22,53,54,74 . . . 34 . 46 . 42 42, 50, 57 . 57 . . 42 46, 69, 73 . 46, 59 42, 67, 74, 77 . . 46 . . . 16 64, 67, 70, 75, 78, 87 . . . 15 21, 34, 63, 79 One hundred fifteen Smith, Jim . . 2 Smith, Marvin . Smith, Patricia . . Smith, Quenton f'Terryj Smith, Smith, Wanda June William . Soreghan, Phyllis . Sorenson, Jo Ann . Sowers, Max . 2 Spangler, Wayne . Speck, Pat . . Stahl, John . Steele, Dick . Stephenson, Bill . Stevenson, Valerie . Stewart, Bob . Stoaks, Phyllis . Stock, Ellen . Stock, Rita . Stover, Betty . Summers, Phyllis . Swanson, Bob . . Sweeney, Jacqueline . Switzer, Dolores . . Taft, John . . Taylor, Donna . Taylor, Elsie Marie . Taylor, John . Taylor, Keith Taylor Mary . Taylor Raymond Terrones, John . Thiel, Dreston . Thomas, Audrey . Thomas, Velva . . Thomason, Mary Linn Thorburn, Virginia . Thurmond, Howard . Throckmorton, Adel . Tiller, Mr. Olav Town, Wayne . . Townsend, Marilyn . One hundred sixteen 4, 34, 58, 24, 2, 42, 62, 62, 66 19, 42 34, 48 38 66, 67 46 46 24, 35 46 46, 53 19 41 38, 16, 43, 48, Turner, George . Turner, Mr. Hubert Tweet, Benhart . Uhl, Edward . Ullestad, Donald . Vifquain, Ned . Vore, Herman . Vore, Ramona . Walker, Robert Wallace, Jim . Wallace, Margaret Wand, Leda . Warren, Alene . Webb, Lillian . Weber, Barbara . Weber, Marjorie . Wefald, David . Weiser, Louise . Wessel, Helen . Westervelt, Miriam Wetteland, Connie Wheelock, Joneta Wheelock, Patricia White, Arba . Wilhelm, Max 5,2 Wilhelm, Myrna . Wilcox, Miss Edna . Willcox, Evelyn . Williams, Dorothy Williams, Miss Edna Wilson, Duane . Wilson, Nancy Winfrey, Robley Wright, Barbara . Wunderle, Alita Wyatt, William . Wymore, Loren . Youmans, Pamela Young, Bob . . 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