Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1947

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Co-ordinating all the eurrieular and extra- eurrieular aetivities into a smoothly operating unit and still maintaining a high reputation for the sehool is no mean task. Ile is the unseen hand behind many of the sehool's sueeessful ventures deserving of eredit. Mr. Adams came to Ames from Le Mars when Six this year 's graduating elass was just beginning its high sehool eareer. Ile started with them and has been with them all the way, becoming well-liked by the elass and everyone with whom he came in eontaet. l-letween the small swinging gate and the in- side door, Mrs. Margie lkerglund reigns. Besides being harassed by people late to elasses without exeuses, and wheels running around during elasses with no exeuses, she aets as a private seeretary, a stenographer and fills myriads ol' other detailed jobs. She's in eharge of the offiee girls, makes out the weekly ealentlar. serves as reeeptionist. eheeks everything from eafeteria menus to truants' reeords and plays :1 hot game ot' golf. Mrs. llerglund is assisted by the girls with her in the picture, who. she says, "are most elfieientf' The girls eolleet attendanee slips, issue passes, type letters and in general make themselves handy. They also play hob with the boys that have a tendeney to skip elass now and then, as they are the hard-hearted souls who make out those little blue seventh period slips. i' Mrs. Berglund and the "most efficient" girls-Putt, Marilyn and Liz The superintendents office has the important job of coordinating the Ames school system. This year Superintendent Watkins was assisted in his office by his secretary, Mrs. Grayce Elliott, and Miss Laura Sayre, who serves as steno- grapher to Dr. Watkins and as secretary of the Board ot' liducation. ln the superintendent 's office are tiled the grade and attendance records of every girl and boy in the Ames school system. Reports from teachers and supervisors from all the Ames publie schools are also on tile. All of the books and supplies used in the school system are ordered and distributed by this office. The monthly pay rolls are prepared here, and salary warrants are issued for the employees of the schools. All other bills are also checked and paid by this office. When the school term is over the office prepares and distributes the superintendents annual report on the school system and the budget for the coming year. This office also is in charge of the public forums, several of which are held throughout the year. The publicity for these speakers and forums is handled by the superintendent and his staff. These forums, mainly concerned with world affairs, met with great success this year. 'k Mrs. Elliot cmd Miss Sayre study up ozloerinfencvfenf ana! Qu!! lr. ffffalffnd Also held during the year was a number of adult evening school sessions. These classes of- fered a wide selection of activities, including typing, photography, woodworking, bookkeeping and various courses in home economics. This program was so successful that additional classes were formed in order to take care of the people who were previously unable to partake in the activities. Flasses were held in the high school on 'l'hursday evenings throughout the school year. Due to its untiring efforts, the superintend- dent's office was instrumental in enabling the nine public schools to operate more efficiently. Soren Z? oarl of gyncafion 'lllul .Xnuls Iimml ul' l'ltlll1'2lllUll Izllws 4-:1l's' ul' SK'1'I'0lill'j' is zlpluninlwl wllilc- ilu' ll'1'2lslll'k'l' IS ilu- 2lllIIlllllNll'2lllYt' lmululm-ills ul' tlul .Xnuls Plllmlu- 4-In-1-Twl lm' 11 Iwo ,Yt'ill' Iorm. 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Mrs, -lzmuls .lulnxsmu ilu- 'l'lul nuxmlu-rs ul' ilu' llH2Il'll :nw vlwtwl for first wmnzm to scrw mn ilu' lunml in l'W'k'lll 11111-v j'l'2ll' tvrms. 2lI'l'2lllQ'l'il su lluxt tlu-rv will .YK'2ll'S, was vlwlwl in Mnrvll In l'0lll2l4'l' Ill: .llwziys lu- n-xp1-lull:-mul nu'mlwrs St'l'YlllQ'. 'Flu' AlllI'l'Il.Y. l 1'l"l' 'ru l'l1'll'l" lH'.St1-xr-n N. Watkins, Mr, Ilimm Nlllllll, XIV. lirly l'llIlYllYlL1ll2llYI, Klll X. .I. IZr'mtn:xll, lug XX 1ll1: Xll11'1':x5'. Mr. Fmnk li. llmxvll, Mr. l4'1':mk .XIlIllIIS, NIV, Imxi-1 I'I+Ixx':ulwis llll 42. . Eight A., E616 8l"5 Miss J11Il1l'l?'?ll' FfI'71l'Z.'H! Jlrx. l9r'rnif-w Ifwziavflgf: Iiuo1.'lf1'4'p1'11y, NlI0l'fllll7ld, f'flfl7fI'l'1.l! aIirf'4'lm' Typing Jlrx. Elisazbvflz D2'c'1.'z'1zsmz: L1.I2l'IlI'.lf d24I'1'l'f0I' Jllr. 11714171 rfb Pagf : g17Hl'l"l.fffI71' gn1'1'r'nmf'nf, World Jlr, Ifl'l'I'l'f 11'1'flru1rI: ycoyruplly, I:IlSi7ll'SS Iioyx' IN1l'Z'SI'I', Am1'1'1'cr111 11ri!lm10M'c Ii1r'r11I'1l1'v Jlr. I,11u'r1'11Cc' S1'77lHll'l'1'7Ig! .7lIl'l'l1fl71il'fII drfzwzfng, I11dusi1'1'r1I urfs Miss C"l1arI0H0 Ndsmz : G1'rI.v' ud 1'ism', J 0 urm1l1'sm, Problcms in writimz and MVS- lldflflflf LUSIH oral mprcssion Spanish, Frf'm'h Nine lf!!! 8l"5 Ten Mr. Hiram l'nz'1'11: Sociology, .'1fl1I1'iz'r's Miss UIm'iu uYflL'f1fiFII1! Publir' spmL'ing Mr. Ihnzulrl Ilarrff: E11y1lzf.sll, Gmn11'fr'y, f'07lfIjHl1JUI'1II'!l c'Hlf1U'f' Jlzlws Jann' Ifffmzis: A rl Miss FIOI'H2r'r' zlflflfllll .' Iioys' and girls' hmnc f'f'o1z0n1ic.w Jliss Edna Wz'Ir'0.r: Amr'rz'cu1z Mfm'ul 1u'c 'll1'. Willfrznz S1lIl'C'lIl'l'f! G1'rnnf'lry Jlisx Opal H011 ivlxml: Girls' p11y1.wir'r1I frrziwing Mr. 11'm1uIfl Hffsfffr: I'l1mnisl1Q1f, I'l1ysics E666 8l"5 fllrx. .llirfrfml Grrrn: Alliss .llsfryf JI1'.Yr1lI'11: Tllljilblfj, Nlmrflunzrl fJl'7ll'I'llI fl'NlNI1I'l'1', Wnrlfl 12'lf'l'tlfIIl'l', Tjllllzllfj Jlr. IKVVIIIIUHI Wvlls: lloys' 11111181.0111 1'rainz'ng, L Alflrlrfflls M '. 1" 'I ' D : . , , . 'I W 'md U", I l .llzss Florvmw Ixv.vfw': Jlr. Olaf Tzllz r: mir um: nlui Hlllhlf rlznrlm AHL Alnmimn ,HMM-U' AHhh l1.m Jlr. F'vc1'I Wriwli: 3141111 shop Mixx .lmn Jlillf r: Jliss 1z'f1'm1 Jlunrll: Sfring musir' riirvrlnr llumv f f'unon1ir.w l'IIl'l'l'll .QUE 8l":5 Twelve Mrs. IIo1'ff1zs1f Wcsf: Miss Eflna lVilliamS: English World history, American llisiory Mr. Omar Leif: Public speaking, Dramafics Mr. Richard Tramp: Mr. Ray Smalling: Biology, C'lmmis1'ry Boys' and girls' 7l'Il,dllStl"l1ll arfs, Boys' physical training Miss Edna Bower: Vocal music direcfor Mrs. Rose Ellioi: Miss Rulli Miller: Latin Algebra, Trigonometry QAOOZ l8l9dl"Ifl'VL8lfLf "Take a deep breath. ' Hold it, please." And the man had taken a picture. Students found it fun to get out ot' class. run ont- side to a big smooth-looking truck and stand in front Z ot' a. complicated machine. A lt was all part ot' a state- wide campaign to find tuberculosis in an early and curable stage by tak- ing miniature X-ray films. .lligh school teachers. jan- itors and ninth grade pu- pils were included. Ut' the 453 X-rays taken, six high school students showed abnormal shadows. Enlarged X-rays of those six were taken a month later and the final report sent to the family physician. This program was carried out in co- operation with the lowa State Department of Health, the county. state and national tuber- culosis associations, the Ames Board of Educa- tion and the county medical society. Public speaking students cooperated in the 'A' T. B. refugees if Say "Ah" Carol tight against tuberculosis by preparing speeches on subjects such as the tirst l'hristmas seal and detect- ing tuberculosis in its early stages. The best scripts were read over radio sta- tion XVOI. This was one ot' the special projects under the direction ot' the school health department. Also, every student was given hearing and vision tests. Athletic examinations were under the supervision ot' the nurse's oltice. livery sophomore was given a complete physical exami- nation and any abnormal conditions were reported to the pupils and their parents. To most students the nurse's office was the place where they were greeted with a t'riendly smile by the nurse, Miss Eva Lindgren. or the school physician. Dr. Kenneth l'. Piercy, after they had been absent three or more consecutive days. i' Pretty Colleen vs. X-ray machine Thirteen ggiloaaleinf Cbnnci FRONT Row: Angle, Fincham, Neff, Mr. Iiitlantl, 13ecl1tol,Rrown lNlln1n.r: How: Hill Martin, Town, P. Clark, Briley, Cole, La Grange, lflgemo BACK How: Green, Molleston, ldlwell, Murray, Shaffer, D. Hall Doing its best to carry out the ideals of democracy throughout the school, this year's student council deserves much credit for organiz- ing and directing school activities and promot- ing interest in them. The eighteen homerooms in Ames High are represented on the student council by their presidents. Presiding over council meetings and representing the students as a whole are the duties of the student body president. This was the first year in the school history that such an officer has been elected. In addition to supervising school affairs and deciding on matters of general policy, the coun- cil was divided into seven committees to take Fourteen care of specific duties. The assembly committee planned all assemblies for the year, providing a varied and interesting program. The awards committee approved all awards, as well as spon- soring three awards assemblies. One was held in the fall and one in the winter for athletics, and one in the spring for scholastic, band, vocal music and spring sports awards. The noon-hour committee worked hard this year to provide for a well-rounded noon-hour program. Featuring volleyball and softball tournaments, the entertainment also included dances, musical assemblies and movies. The social committee handled open house as well as sponsoring matinee dances and the annual mid- xgilnjenf Qfexied DAVE BECHTEL First Sem Psfm' 1-itizm-11sl1ip t'U1llllll11C0. l'lvery 111o1'11i11g', 11oo11 111111 l'V9lll1IQI you eoultl tiutl 21 member of the service citizenship COHlTIl1l10l', which l1elps Clllu01'f'1' the S4'11001'S traffic 111111 parking l'CQfll1Zlll0IlS. Every moriiiug, 11oo11 and evening' you could tiucl il member of 1110 serviee eommittee in the oftiee :it t11e lost 211111 found cleslf. T110 publicity Oom- NORMAN BROWN Sec-mul Nf71lIf'SfF1' mittee saw tl1z1t 1111 80110111 eyeuts were well- pulilieizecl 11111111211 the IIGWSIFZIIJOIN, over the eouucl system. and 11y posters dist1'i1111ted i11 the busiuess district. Officers for tl1is year were lluve lieelitel and Norman lirowu, presideutg Norman Brown and Hob ligemo, View presitleutg Nam:-y Nei? and Norma Moore. SOCl'G1il1'yQ Many Pierre :uid Susan Ti1de11, 11'l'tlSlll'61'. 1'i1i1C'll11j' zulviser is Everett Hitiniul. 'A' Second semester student council in action BACK Row: .Jim .'X11Kl1lHl"l, .lorry John- son, Helmut Sozumxn, I':1u1 Arra- smith I-+'Rox'1' Row: Geox-gre Putyfett. Goorpxv Litlell, I,:11'1'y Thorpe, Harold Newell, NV:1yne Brown S1f:,x'r1:I1: Andy Cllristenson Fifteen C.. ire quam! IURONT How: Ileiltlvn, Altlingor, Iiutlmc-km-1', Miss Millor, Sewers, Bechtel, Yifquuin Slccrxxim How: lluizrme, Auglv, J. Julmsun, Mm-p::in, tlrunt, 'l'. Sc-hultz, A. Christensen, Murmy, Ilzirpvi' THIRD How: Rube-1't l-lmf-ry, Arm-y, Vzinct,-, Fixlchzxm, P. Al'1'2iSIllit1l, Pvtcrs, Swank, D. AI'I'2lSlll1t11, IC. NVuI're-11 RACK Row: Ymlvr, II. Hull. Mo-rritt, Zi-mug 11. Mimru, DiHull, D. l,zn'sun. l!:u'm:s Max Sowcrs, firo Ohiof, puslicd the stlldvlits of Ames High 211'Ul11lL1 this your with tho :iid if Fife Squvd On duty of Miss Millvr, spmisor, and the rest ut' tho H,Q'0S12lIJ0.U The dl11'1l'S01.1ill' tiftcen seniors, tm-Ive juniors and 1'tllll'10011 soplmnmros are suhjovt to nmny whimsical l'0ll12l1'1iS, hut they :irc rvully essen- tial. Tht- jllllitll' :md soplioniorv imtnihvrs am: 011 duty in thc hulls from 8:2111 to 3:45, 12:10 to 12:-15 and 12:45 to 1:00, Tho stmiors fillvd in in tht: ziimsoiwc 01' the 11m10l'c'lz1ssn10n: 0111015 Wis0, thoy lo:lt'011. Rogulzir mot-tings ill'l' hvltl 1-wry 'l'1mi'sdz1y noon :lt 12:35 to dismiss tht- p1'ohh:n1s that :irc met f11l1'111Q' tho wovk. Assigruiiwnts for tho ful- 10VV111Q wvvk arc: ulso issutwl. Other ui1'im-ws am- N111 Vifquziin. assistant fire 1-hief, :mtl lizxvt: llvulitcl, svvretzi1'y-t1'ez1s111'vi'. Sixteen 'K' Try 1he machine, Andy 'I' Dulcie cssists Miss McNally with 1he books xgilftjglflff j'86'L:flfLl"8l"f5 A11111s 111g'11's 1111111Q1111'y sys111111 is 1111111111111 by 111is g'1'111111 111' s1111111111 11'1111s111'1111s. 111v111'y 1111111111111' is 1'11s111111s111111 111 Miss M111'y l11'N1111y. g'1111111'111 11'1111s111'111'. 111111 1111111111 S11v111's1111, 111111 ?lSN1S12l111. 1J11111i1'11111 1111s11 111111ks 111111 1111111 115' 1111111 11111 g'1111111'111 11'1111s111'111' 211111 1111- s1111111111s 211111 111'11 11111111k1111 11111111 21 1111111111 s11 11119 1'11w Gl'1'11I'S 111111111 111'11 l'0ElL111j' 11111'1'111'11111. A11 1111111115' is 1111111 111 21 g'1111111'111 111111111111111' 1111111111111. T11 111111111 11111 21 1-11111111 1111- 11'1111s111'111' 1111181 w1'1111 11111 21 1'111111isi111111. sign 11 111111s1111', 1111vQ 111s s111111s111' sign 11 111111 Q01 M12 .x11Zl111'S S1Q'l1211ll1'1'. This 111-111m11111s111111. 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I1 is 11ss11111i111 111111 1111- 11'1-11s- 111'1111s 1111 11'llS1W11I'11lj'. 21l'l'll1'2I1l' 211111 1111111-11111111111 11C111111s11 111' 11111 Q'l'l'2l1 1'11s111111s1111111y 11111111111 111 111111? 11211l1,1S. 11'1111x'1' liuw: S1-v1-1's1111, Miss M11N:1Ily, 1Yi1s1111, 1X1111'f111'11 A11D11l.1'I How: 11. 31l'F1l1'121Il11, 1I11l1iv1-11, I-'it1111. I'i111-1'1- ISACK How: A. C111'ist11ns11n, J111-ks11n, 11111113 A1LlI'l'11Y, T. S4'1lll1Z, 112ll'SS1l'l' NP'1'PH.fPI'll. omior Q 6054 oomci i' Jean and Mary Jo at camp in Montana f for tha- National Junior Red Cross. Over 100 Vhristmas hoxes were packed for lowa orphans and children overseas. Junior Red Vross knit- ters worked on afghans for soldiers in con- valescent hospitals. The council also worked on a scrap book about our community and nation which was sent to another country to promote international friend- ship. During the summer of 1946 Jean Jones and Mary Jo Giese were sent to the Junior Red Cross district camp in Montana. Sponsor of the council was Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson. Officers for the council were Mary Jo Giese, The Junior Red Cross council, composed ot' chairmang NVayne Brown, productiong George one representative from each homeroom, was an active group this year in Ames High. Clark, puhlicityg Jean Jones, album chairman. Sponsor was Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson. The annual membership drive netted S1496 FRONT Row: McCann, Ethington, Mrs. Dickinson, Chivers, J. Schulz BlIDlYI.l-I Row: Parish, Morford, Marvin, Giese, Jones, XVilson, Morgan BACK Row: Y od er, VV I'fifll1fPU1l Brown, Alquist, G. Clark, Mc-Caxty, Spangler ,ggniom enior enafe FRONT Row: Forsyth, Fitch, Mr. Easter, Dietz, Xvilson Allllllllli How: fire-on, II. Mc-Farlanrl, ICg:0mo, Molleston, N. If!rown UACK Row: Ilill Blartin, Don MCNQ-il, T. Schulz, Illlwoll, llowarll Jf-nsf-n, J. Taylor The typic-al Amos High st-nior ot' '47 looks havk to whcn ln- was a shy sopliomorv and then a gay junior and thinks how glad hx' was when he hoc-amv an "almighty svniorf' Sponsor for the Senior Senatv was Mr. Ronald Eastvr assisted by Mr. Kenneth Pago and Miss Floronf-0 Adol ph. An all svhool clvction choso seniors Nod Vit'- quain and Marylcc Rushing as king and queen of the mid-yoar danve "Half-Timo Holiday." Electrcl SPIRIT sweetheart was Phyllis lisvlilmavli with Marilyn Townsond and llohhy llonsinger as hor attendants. Elm-anor Johns and lloh McFarland were honorocl hy having chosen among the twvlvo finalists in lowa in tht- Pepsi-Cola svholarship tests. Elm-anor was clvvted as winner ol' a corti- fivate ot' merit and 4450. The confvrvncc haskcthall championship Won by Ames High this ycar was dum- largely to the Twenty ahility and vftort squad. of thv senior lnvnilwrs ot' the Vhoscn as tho st-nior vlass play was Lillie ll'o1nwz, ailaptcml from thc novcl hy Louisa A lcott. This 00 stunuwl play of the 1860's was clirct-ted hy Omar Lott. Tho all-senior vast was as follows: Mr. Mrrrrll Mrs. Marci: ,, ZlIl'fj ...,, .Io ...,., H0111 ..,., Amy . .... ...... . Alam' March. .. Mr. Lflll-l'Ei'7lC0 .... La u rio ...... ...... . Professor Frcdc John Brooke. .. .. Hannah Mullet! ..., HOB Yvjlililili ., . . ALICE FE1zuI7s0N ,, M.xRo,xuIc'r I'l0fVVIiER .. P.x'1"1' FoRsY'rH . PHY1.1.1s ESCHBACII . . ,... Boism Guoss ....lVlI.ORIA tioum , . .,.... Tien SCHVLZ . FRANK 1I.x1.u12N rich Blzuefr t NlJliMAN JACKSON .. Him. Ai.I.BAUGH . Esfrurzia ISRECKICNRIDGIC ALDINGER, KARL: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Class treasurer 23 Junior Executive council: Fire squad 1,2,3. ALLBAUGH, BILL: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Homeroom president 13 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Dramatics 1,2,33 Tennis 2,33 Varsity Club 2,33 Fire squad 1,2,33 Senior class play: Youth center council 23 SPIRIT staff 3. ARRASMITH, DICK: Hi-Y 1,2,3. BARBER, BILL: Hi-Y 2,31 Foot- ball 33 Moved from Monroe 2. BECHTEL, DAVID: Hi-Y 1,2,33 cabinet 2,31 Homeroom president 1,23 Choir 2,33 Student body pres- ident 33 Football 33 Varsity club 33 Fire squad 1,2,3, secretary 3. BLANCHARD, ALICE: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 3, cab- inet 33 Mixed chorus 1,2, secretary 23 Homeroom vice president 23 Cheer squad 2,33 Pep club 33 Lib- rary club 33 Junior Red Cross coun- cil 1. BOURNE, ALVIN: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Track 2,3Q Varsity club 2,33 Fire squad 1,2,3. endow ALEXANDER, COLLEEN: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 23 Horne- room activity director 33 Drum majorette 2.3. ALLBERT, MURIEL: Girl Re- serve 2,3, representative 33 Moved from Minneapolis 2, BALLARD, VELMA: Girl Reserve 1,2,33 Library club 1,2,3, secretary 3. BEARD, ELIZABETH: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 33 Cubs' club 3. BELL, DARLENE: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 23 Homeroom vice president 1. BORGMEYER, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1, 2,31 Homeroom vice president 1,2, president 23 Band 1,2,3, president 3: Junior executive council3 Bas- ketball 33 Varsity club 33 Fire squad 1,2,3 Cubs' club 1. BRECKENRIDGE, ELEANOR: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 33 Homeroom vice president 1, secretary 13 Mixed chorus: Choir 23 Dramatics 1,2,3, Palm 33 Pep club 33 Cubs' club 1,2. Twenty-one eniord BRECKENRIDGE, ESTHER: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 33 Homeroom activity director 1, vice president 33 Mixed chorus 1, Choir 2,3, li- brarian 33 Dramatics 1,2,3, Palm 33 Pep club 33 Senior class play, Cubs' club 1,2. BUTLER, MARY LOU: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, cabinet 3 Homeroom secretary 1, president 1, Student council secretary 15 Mixed chorus 1, secretary 13 Choir 2,3, vice pres- ident 33 Glee club 1,23 Pep club 2,33 Cheer squad 13 Junior Red Cross council 13 Cubs' club 13 SPIRIT staff 2. CHAMBERS, DOLORES: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3g Homeroom secretary- treasurer 13 Glee club 1. CLAPP, DICK: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Home- room activity director 23 Football 1,2,33 Track 1,23 Varsity club 3. CLEARY, RICHARD: Hi-Y 1,2,3. COE, RAMONA: Girl Reserve 1,2, 33 Glee club 1,23 Mixed chorus 1,2, 33 Choir 3, CRAIG, BETTE: Girl Reserve 1,2,3 Twenty-two BROWN, NORMAN: Hi-Y 1,2,3, secretary 2,33 Homeroom secretary 1,2, vice president 23 Mixed chorus 13 Choir 2,33 Student body pres- ident 33 Senior senateg Football 1, 2,33 Track 1,23 Varsity club 33 Fire squad 1,2,33 SPIRIT staff 2. CARTER, SHIRLEY: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 23 Homeroom secre- tary 1,2, activity director 13 Choir 1, 2,35 G.A.A. 13 Pep club 1,2,3, president 33 SPIRIT staff 2. CHRISTIANSON, ERNEST: Hi-Y 1,2,3. CLARK, MARJORIE: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 23 Mixed chorus 1,2,33 Junior Red Cross council 3. CODY, BILL: Hi-Y 1,2,3, COOK, FRANK: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Band 1,2,3. DAINE, JOHN: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Band 1,23 Track 1,22 Football 13 Trainer 2,3Q Varsity club 3. DALEY, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Homeroom secretary 2. DAVIS, CAROL: Girl Reserve 2,3, representative 33 Homeroom treas- urer 33 Library club 33 from Napier. DE LA HUNT, STAN: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Band 132,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Mixed chorus 13 'Choir 2,31 Football 1,2,3Q Basketball 1,2,3, captain 33 'Track 1,2,33 Baseball 13 Varsity club 1,2, 3. DODD, CHARLES: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Mixed chorus 23 Dramatics 13 Cheer squad 2,3. DRYER, BOB: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Home- room vice president 1. EDGAR, MARGARET: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, cabinet 23 Homeroom president 23 Orchestra 1,2,3, pres- ident 33 Glee club 1,2, president 23 Choir 1,2,3Q Junior executive coun- cil3 Pep club 33 Youth Center coun- cil 33 Cubs' club 13 SPIRIT staff 2. EGEMO, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Homeroom president 33 senior sen- ate. eniom DAUGHERTY, JOE: Hi-Y 1,2,3g Homeroom vice president 33 Dra- matics 13 Junior Red Cross coun- cil 1. DAY, LYLA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 2, president 33 Homeroom president 1, activity director 33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Band 1,2,3Q Mixed chorus 13 G.A.A. 1,2,3, intramural chairman 23 Pep club 1,2,3, secre- tary 23 Junior class play3 Cubs' club 1. DIETZ, ANNETTA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 33 Mixed chorus 13 Glee club 2, librarian 23 Senior class secretary3 Pep club 2,31 SPIRIT staff 3. DONALDSON, JUNE: Girl Reserve 33 from North High, Columbus, Ohio. DYAS, MARY K.: Girl Reserve 1, 2,3, cabinet 33 Glee club 1,2. EDMAND, CAROLINE: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 33 Glee club 1,21 Mixed chorus 1,2,33 Choir l,2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Library club 3. ELWELL, JOE: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Home- room president 33 Band 1,2,33 Or- chestra 1,23 Choir 2,32 Senior sen- ate: Track 2,3. Twenty-tlzree eniord EMERY, RONALD: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Tennis 1,2. ESCHBACH, PHYLLIS: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3 ,cabinet 23 Homeroom secretary 1,23 Choir 1,2,3, librarian 23 Draniatics 1,2,3, secretary 33 Pep club 1,2,3, vice president 3. FINCH, LANETTE: Girl Reserve 1,32 G.A.A. 13 Coon Rapids High school 2. FORSYTH, PATT: Girl Reserve 1, 33 Mixed chorus 13 Choir 33 Dra- matics 1,31 Senior senateg G.A.A. 13 Pep club 33 Cheer squad 1,33 Senior class playg 'California 2. GORE, BRUCE: Hi-Y 1,2.33 Home- room president 13 Junior class pres- identg Basketball 2,33 Track 1,23 Varsity club 33 Fire squad 1,2333 SPIRIT staff 233. GOULD, JANET: Girl Reserve 1,2, 3, representative 23 Homeroom sec- retary 23 Pep club 33 Junior Red Cross council 2. GRINSTEAD, TED: Hi-Y 1,2,3, cabinet 2,33 Homeroom activity director 23 Mixed chorus 1,2, pres- ident 23 Choir 33 Football trainer 13 Track 13 Tennis 13 Cubs' club 33 SPIRIT staff 233. Twenty-four ERNST, BOB: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Football 1,2,3Q Track 1,2,33 Varsity club 3. FERGUSON, ALICE: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 33 Homeroom secre- tary 23 Dramatics 1,2,3, Palm 2, president 33 Senior class play: SI-IRI1' staff 2. FITCH, FAITH: Girl Reserve 1,2, 3, representative 2, cabinet 33 Homeroom secretary 33 Dramatics 1,2,33 Senior class treasurer: G.A.A. 1,23 Cubs' club 23 SPIRIT staff 3. FOWLER, MARGARET: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 2, cab- inet 33Dramatics 1,2,3Q Debate 33 G.A.A. 1,23 Junior class play: Sen- ior class DIHYQ Cubs' club 23 SPIRIT staff 2. GOULD, GLORIA: Girl Reserve 1, 2,3, representative 33 Homeroom activity director 33 Band 1,2333 Or- chestra 1,2,3, vice president 23 Mix- ed chorus 3, vice president 33 Sen- ior class play. GREEN, DON: Hi-Y 1,2,3Q Home- room president 33 Mixed chorus 13 Senior senate3 Football 2,33 Bas- ketball 33 Track 2,33 Varsity club 2,3. GROSS, BARBARA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 1, cabinet. 23 Homeroom secretary 23 Orchestra 13 Glee club 1,2, secretary 23 G.A.A. 1,23 Pep club 233, secretary 3. I-IAINER, JOHN: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Home- room president 2. HANSON, LUELLA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 23 Homeroorn activity director 23 Band 2,3. HARTT, KENNETH: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Choir 2,33 Football 1,23 Tennis 2,33 Track 1,2,3Q Varsity club 2,3Q SPIRIT staff 2. HEGLAND, RICHARD: Hi-Y 1,2,3. HINES, DON: Hi-Y 1,2,3Q Football 33 Varsity club 3. HIPPAKA, WILLIAM: Hi-Y 1,2,3, cabinet 2,33 Homeroom president 23 Track 13 Youth center council 33 Handbook revision chairman 2. HONSINGER, BOBBY QEDITHDZ Girl Reserve 1,2,3, secretary 33 Jun- ior executive council3 Pep club 2,3Q Library club 2,3. eniom HALDEN, FRANK: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Homeroom vice president 13 pres- ident 23 'Choir 1,2,3, president 33 Dramatics 33 Debate 33 Fire squad 1,2,3Q SPIRIT staff 2,3. HARPER, DEAN: Hi-Y 1,2,3Q Band 1,23 Basketball 2,3Q Track 23 Ten- nis 33 Varsity club 33 Fire squad 1,2,33 Cubs' club 1,2. HAWK, HERBERT: Hi-Y 2,32 Mov- ed from Liscomb. HENDERSON, JOHN: Hi-Y 1,2,3. HINES, MAX: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Home- room president 1,23 Band 1,2,3, vice president 33 Mixed chorus 13 Choir 2,3Q Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1,23 Track 1,23 Golf 33 Varsity club 3. HOLLAND, CHESTER: Hi-Y 1,2,3. HOTCI-IKISS, ALICIA: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, repreesentative 33 Glee club 1,25 Choir 33 G.A,A. 1,2,33 Library club 2,3, president 3. Twenty-flue eniom INMAN, MARJORIE: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 2. JACKSON, NORMAN: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Homeroom vice president 13 Band 1,2,3Q Orchestra 2,3, secretary-treas- urer 33 Choir 2,31 Football 33 Var- sity club 33 Junior class playg Sen- ior class playg Intramural manager 1,2. JENSEN, HARRIS: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Baseball 13 Track 1,2,3 3 Student manager 1,2,33 Varsity club 2,3. JOHNS, ELEANOR: Girl Reserve 1,2,2, cabinet 33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Cubs' club 23 SPIRIT staff. JONES, JEAN: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 23 Mixed chorus 13 Drama- tics 1,2,3, Palm 23 Junior class secretaryg G.A.A. 1,2,3, president 33 Pep club 1,2,3Q Cheer squad 33 Youth center council 13 Junior Red Cross council 33 Srmrr staff 2,3. KING, TOM: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Homeroom activity director 13 Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,33 Track 1,2,33 Base- ball 13 Varsity club 3. KNUTHS, CONSTANCE: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3. Twenty-sine IVERSON, MYRON: Hi-Y 1,2,3. JACOB, PHYLLIS: Girl Reserve 1,2,33 Homeroom president 1, acti- vity director 23 Mixed chorus 2,33 Glee club 1,23 G.A.A. 13 Cheer squad 13 Pep club 2,33 Junior Red Cross council 2. JENSEN, HOWARD: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Homeroom activity director 1,2Q Junior executive council: Senior senate3 Football 2,33 Track 1,23 Varsity club 3. JOHNSON, EVERETT: Hi-Y 1,2,3. KERSHNER, DIANA: Girl Reserve 132,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Mixed chorus 13 Choir 23 Dramatics 1,2. KNIGHT, JACK: Hi-Y 1,2,3. KNUTSON, LOIS: Girl Reserve 1, 2,3, cabinet 33 Mixed chorus 2,33 G.A.A. Tl,2,3: Library club 3. KOOSER, RAY: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Mixed chorus 15 Choir 2,3. LACKORE, MARLYN: Hi-Y 2,35 Homeroom vice president 35 Choir 2,35 Track 2,35 Football 35 Varsity club 2,35 from Charles City 2. LARSON, MAX: Hi-Y 1,2,3. LITCHFIELD, COMMODORE: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Football 1,2,35 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1,25 Varsity club 2,3. LIVINGSTON, BARBARA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 1,35 Glee club 1,2,35 Choir 2,35 Drama- tics 1. MCCANN, JO: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 35 Homeroom secretary 25 Band 1,25 Orchestra 1,25 Dramatics 1,2,3, Palm, vice president 35 De- bate club 3, secretary 35 G.A.A. 15 Junior class p1ay5 Junior Red Cross council 3. MCCORMICK, MARY: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 1, cabinet 35 Homeroom activity director 25 Glee club 15 Choir 2,35 Pep club 2,35 Junior Red Cross council 1,2. eniom KYLE, VIRGINIA: Girl Reserve 1, 2,35 Homeroom activity director 1. LAKE, JIM: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Band 1,25 Mixed chorus 15 Choir 2,3. LAWLOR, CONRAD: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Trainer 1,2. LI'TCHFIELD, DOROTHY: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 2. LODDEN, DELORES: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 35 Homeroom secretary 2, treasurer 25 Band 1, 2,35 Orchestra 1,2,3, Librarian 35 G.A.A. 1,2,35 Junior Red Cross council 25 Cubs' club 1. MCCLURE, JON: Hi-Y 1,2,3. MQDONALD, JANET: Girl Reserve 1,2,35 Homeroom secretary 25 Glee club 1,25 Mixed chorus 15 'Choir 2, 35 G.A.A. 1,3. Twenty-seven eniom MCFARLAND, BOB: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Homeroom president 1,25 Senior class president5 Football 1,2,3g Track 1,2,35 Basketball trainer I, 2,35 Varsity club 2,35 SPIRIT staff. MCNEIL, SUZANNE: Girl Reserve 2,35 Homeroom secretary-treasurer 35 Dramatics 25 Drum majorette 2,3. MARVIN, PATRICIA: Girl Reserve 35 Junior Red Cross council 35 from Oregon. Q MILLER, DON: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Foot- ball 3. MOLLESTON, JERRY: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Homeroom activity director 15 vice president 2, president 35 Choir 1, 2,35 Football 1,2,35 Track 1,2,35 Varsity club 2,3. - MORFORD, SHIRLEY: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 2: Home- roorn secretary 2, activity director 3: Band 1,2,35 Choir 2,3, secretary 35 Junior Red Cross council 35 SPIRIT staff 3. MUNN, FRITZ: Hi-Y 1,2,3g Home- room president 25 Mixed chorus 15 Choir 2,3. Twenty-eight MCNEIL, DON: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Track 2,35 Senior senate. MARTIN, BILL: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Home- room vice president 1,25 president 35 Senior class vice president: Golf 1,2,35 Varsity club 2,35 Junior Red Cross council 1. MEEK, KEITH: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Home- room activity director 15 Football 1,25 Track 1. MILLER, VIRGINIA: Girl Reserve 1,2,35 Dramatics 152,35 Library club 1,2,3. MOORE, OWEN: Hi-Y 1,2,3. MORRIS, ROBERT: Hi-Y 1,2,35 Golf 2,3. MURPHY, JOYCE: Girl Reserve 2,3, cabinet 35 Band 2,35 Orchestra 3: Mixed chorus 25 Choir 2,35 Dra- matics 2: G.A.A. 2,35 Library club 3. NETCOTT, JANICE: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 13 Library club 1,2,3. NICHOLSON, JACK: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Football 1,2,3g Track 1,2: Baseball 15 SPIRIT staff 2,3. OLSAN, CHARLOTTE: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, cabinet 35 Homeroom activity director 1: Mixed chorus 1: G.A.A. 15 Pep club 35 Library club 1,2,3, president 33 Youth cen- ter council 3: SPIRIT staff 3. PARRIOTT, DICK: Hi-Y 1,2,3. PIERSON, MARILYN: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 2, cab- inet 3g Mixed chorus 15 Choir 1,2,3, vice president 23 Glee club 1,2,3, president 3: G.A.A. 1,2,3g Pep club 3: Library club 1,2,3. POWERS, MARY: Girl Reserve 1, 2,33 Homeroom president 2g Stu- dent council secretary 2: Cubs' club 1,2: SPIRIT staff 1,2,3, editor 3. ROSENBERGER, WINFIELD: Hi- Y 3. eniord NICHOLS, WANDA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 2, cabinet 3: Cheer squad 1,2 :Pep club 3: G.A.A. 2. OAKES, SAM: Hi-Y 33 Moved from Zearing 3. PARISH, TOM: Hi-Y 1,2,3g Choir 3: Junior Red Cross council 3. PETERSON, WAYNE: Hi-Y 1,2,3g Dramatics 15 Fire squad 1,2,3: As- sembly electrician 1,2,3. POLHEMUS, TOM: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Mixed chorus 13 Choir 2,3. RORABAUGH, LEROY: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Dramatics 1,2,3. ROTHACKER, MARK: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Homeroom vice president 1,23 Foot- ball 1,2,3: Basketball 1,2,3: Track 1,2,3g Baseball 1: Varsity club 33 Fire squad 1,2,3g Junior Red Cross council 1, Tw enty-nine eniorfi RUSHING, MARYLEE: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, cabinet 2, president 33 Homeroom vice president 13 G.A.A. 1,2,3, secretary-treasurer 23 Pep club 1,2,33 Library club 1,23 Youth center council 2. SCHULTZ, ELINOR: Girl Reserve 2,3, representative 33 Homeroom secretary 33 Band 2,33 Orchestra 2,33 Mixed chorus 23 Cubs' club 33 moved from Virginia 2. SEVERSON, DULCIE: Girl Re- serve 1,2,33 Homeroom activity di- rector 23 Library club 23 Junior Red Cross council 13 Cubs' club 13 SPIRIT staff 23 Assistant general treasurer 3. SMITH, TERRY: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Home- room activity director 33 Tennis 2,33 Varsity club 2,33 Senior intra- mural manager. SPIES, KENNETH: Hi-Y 2,33 mov' ed from Cumberland, Iowa, 2. STOCK, RITA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 13 Orchestra 1,2,33 Glee club 1,21 Choir 3. TAYLOR, DONNA: Girl Reserve 1 2,31 Cubs' club 13 SPIRIT staff 3. Thirty RYAN, KENNETH: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Band 1. SCHULZ, TED: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Drama- tics 1,2,33 Debate 3, president 3. SMITH, PATRICIA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 33 Homeroom vice president 1, secretary 23 Band 1, 2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Mixed chorus 13 Choir 2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,3, vice pres- ident 33 Pep club 33 Junior Red Cross council 23 Cubs' club 2. SOWERS, MAX: Hi-Y 1,2,3, cabinet 2,33 Homeroom president 13 Foot- ball 1,2,3, captain 33 Basketball 1, 2,31 Track 1,2,3Q Baseball 13 Var- sity club 1,2,3, president 33 Fire squad 1,2,3, secretary 2, chief 3. STAHL, JOHN: Hi-Y 1,2,3. SWITZER, DELORES: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 13 Home- room activity director 1. TAYLOR, JOHN: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Home- room vice president 23 Band 2,33 Mixed chorus lj Choir 2,33 Foot- ball 1,2,33 Track 1,2,3Q Varsity club 2,33 Senior senate3 Youth center council 1. TAYLOR, KEITH: Hi-Y 1,2,3, Cab- inet 2. TERRONES, JOHN: Hi-Y 1,2,3: Homeroom vice president 2. THORNTON, ANNBERT: Girl Re- serve 1,2,33 Homeroom activity director 23 Library club 3. TURNER, GEORGE: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Mixed chorus 1,2,3. UHL, EDWARD: Hi-Y 1,2,3. WALKER, BOB: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Mix- ed chorus 13 Choir 2,33 Trainer 1, 2,33 Varsity club 2,33 Cheer squad 13 Cubs' club 1,23 Junior class play. WILHELM, MYRNA: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, cabinet 33 Glee club 2,3, vice president 33 Choir 1,2,3, robekeeper 33 Dramatics 1. endow TAYLOR, RAY: Hi-Y 1,2,33 Track 2,31 Debate 3. THORBURN, VIRGINIA: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, cabinet 33 Band 1,2,33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Glee club 23 Jun- ior class vice DI'9SidEIltQ Pep club 3. TOWNSEND, MARILYN: Girl Re- serve 1,2,3, representative 23 Home- room secretary-treasurer 1,2Q Glee club 1,2Q G.A.A. lj Pep club 2,3. TWEE'T, BEN: Hi-Y 1,2,3Q Home- room activity director 33 Band 1, 2,3. VIFQUAIN, NED: Hi-Y 1,2,3, vice president 1.2, president 2,31 Home- room president 13 Football 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,3Q Track 1,2,3Q Var- sity club 1,2,3, vice president 33 Fire squad 1,2,3, assistant chief 33 SPIRIT staff 3. WESTERVELT, MIRIAM: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 33 Choir 1,2,33 Library club 3. WILSON, NANCY: Girl Reserve 1,2,3, representative 2, treasurer 33 Homeroom secretary 1,2, Activity director 23 Dramatics 1,2,33 Senior senateg Pep club 2,31 Junior Red Cross council 2,33 Youth center council 33 Cubs' club 1,2,3, SPIRIT staff 2. Thirty-one eniom WYATT, BILL: Hi-Y 12,33 Home- room president 3: Band 1,2,31 Track 1,2,3g Football 1.2.3. i Q. SMITH, WILLIAM: Hi-Y 1 Football l,2. lzifefdlflrf YOUMANS, PAMELA: Girl Re serve 1,2,3g Library club 3. Some IIll'llllW1'S of the QI'2lllll2lIillQ' vlzlss of 1947 were veterans of serviee in our armed forecs VVC welcome them and thunk them for il job well dom-. STOOPS, LYLE: Returned from ALDERMAN, VALOIS: Return- CLARK, JAMES: Returned from service 2: Hi-Y 2,3. ed from service 33 Hi-Y 3. Thirty-two service 33 Hi-Y 3. me Q! 7 'X omior xecwfiue oomci PJRONT Row: Grant, Barnard, Gulliver, On that fatal day in September the junior class started on its merry way, showing its yvorth in many school activities. t'lass officers elected were Jack Grant, president: Forrest Barnes, vice president, Ann Barnard, secretary, and Betty Gulliver, who was appointed treasurer. Cast ot' the class play, Mystery in Blue. included Hob Rozeboom, John Garfield, Pat Larsen, Janet Miller, George Carter, Jo Ann Sorenson, Dick Steele, Betty Gulliver. Valerie Stevenson, Vernon Shatter, Betsy Ross, Louise Hinrichson, Marian Ramsey and Ted Myhre. .5219 f0WL0l"Q CALM With renewed energy the combined forces of Fentral and VVelch entered Ames High last fall as the sophomore class. As the year passed, sophs gained confidence and now are ready to take their places as next year's juniors. In the field of athletics, Jim Robertson led the underclass by letter'ing in varsity football. During the year thc sophomores took active Thirty-four Barnes BACK HOW: D. Larson, Finholt, Miss VVillian1s, Seaman, D. Moore VN ty NE I Rosi EX The tragic dcath of VVayne Frosley on January 14 brought to an end a life full ot' promise and lift ill who knew Way ne saddened Way ne was a member of our and eyery ont knoyvs yye haye lost a yalued and loyal friend W.xynL stood for eyrry thing young and nne Ht will not die rn the hearts of those yy ho loyc lnm and loye the thin TS or which he stood ' Y , 'v -. , i ' i v v ' . . L, . 1 , L l ., ,, Y. y v. v s p class, a good student, a good companion, . v y V vu v ' v part in Hi-Y and Girl Reserve. Dick Fincham was elected president of Hi-Y, and many under- classmen served as vendors at games and worked on paper drives. At the annual sophomore fire- side Mr. Lawrence Simmering told of his ex- periences in the Pacific while in the Navy. In Girl Reserve many girls contributed by leading devotions and by assisting in similar Ways. omiom HO, Qfg 1 Fl:0x'1' Huw: l!2lYl'lIl2lfl, II. l'1-tn-rsun, S. gXl'l'ZlSIIliUl, I:2ll'!1JlI'll, Gin-ss-, Ilulmvs, Iiulmv, Abbott, Knutson WIIDIYLI-I Huw: 'I'uwn, Hzu-sslvr, Ilmwxtlly Clilllll, M. Russ, J. Mille-V, f:llHiX't'l', Yurv, H1-nm-nmn. M. lV'I'2li3I, Slu-+-S14-y -WK Huw: A. K'l1l'istvnson, III':l11Sh:lW, Crnslvy, UUXX'l'l'S, Kuvh, Hum-Immun, ll:1rv:4t:ul, Hull, llzlrnvs llmvl' Row: Hunk, l'l:1g:m:1n, I'. l.:u'svn, 1.1-vhnvr, Kvnllwly, SXYl'l'I1Q'1', 124-nm-tt, I+'1's-4-I, l,:nn1la- NIIIDIPLIC How: 42. I'n-tn-rsun, D. Lzxrsun, Bliss, D. Juhnsnn, Illumnlm-Vgy XY:1nfl, t!:u'ii1-111, lfilllflhlllllll -wx Huw: Spnnglvr, XV:n1l:u'v, Zvnur, .-Xnglv, li. Clark, Ilivkinsun, Aikman, IZ. Russ 7'hirty-fire omiom Q Q, Q35 Tl1i1'f411-si.:- Ifl:uN'1' limv: l.illu1'1l, lizlnlsvy, Cmmpn-V, Altl'lll1'il'I', J. Hull, Kirwin Mllmhlli Row: C. ,Xllclx-1'suu, l,il'l'I'l', llinrivllsun, NY:-isx-x', li rg:-rt, N. Mmm-, Bl. 'l':nylur, Sass Ilwli Row: Ih-ll, Die-hl, 12. Uzwtf-x', lfinhrvlt, Mm-C:11'ty, Stw-lv, 'I'. K4-lly, lb- llnuyn F1:r1N'1' llow: .X. 'I'lmm:w, ,Xl'llIStl'llllQ, Mulsvn, Ilfff, R1-:n1l,RI:1ln1bm-lg, Mc-Ilunulnl MllwIhI,lC Row: H. Dain:-, XYQASSQ-l, Durhy, M. He-C-kloy, Surrknsnn, N1-ff, Ryrlkivwitz, .Kinsm- IZAUK Now: IC. 410111, li. XVinfruy, Iiurhum, 41. Clark, Sn-111.1-un, .l. l'1':ntln-1', llukill, Sh-w:11't, K. King' omiom Q Z 238 1 if F E 'S 8 J Fl:ux'1' Huw: Rpm-k, 'l'Imm:1srm, Al:1tt4-rs, Norris, IC. 110111, IC. liulwl'ts4m, M. 'l':1ylur, IXlf'F:1l'l:mrl NIIIDIILIC Iluw: .Xrnn-y, Ulu-nwns, i'r:1wfm'1I, Ive-rson, lh-hlinx, Ullivm-rs, SllilfIvt'l', .xll1lIH1lSUl1, Ib, Davis I.x4'K llnw: Wv:nl'tI1, llugvn, IW. lXImm-. 'i':1t't, I'uI'l'vtt, RIXIIVU, XVynwl'v, Il. Johns, IXlu1'g:1n I HUNT How: A. Jolmnson, S. Iluy, lflsry, J. Ilzxppn-, fwHl1l'HX, Ilurtun, Iitlningtun, Ms-r1'ill XIIIIIIIJC Huw: Ilunsvl, Iii11g:'f,:1-11111-1'g.:', IZ. liwss, H. IQHIIHSUII, Stn-ve-11sm1, Mzxillzmfl, S4'1:11'uw, Ii, Ynumr, Nvlsun Ami Huw: lf'itzsimmun:4, J. Juhnsnn, Ilnllm-V, llrzmt, Munsnn, 'Phl'HC'klHUl'tlll1, XllII'l'2lX. Ile-vmun 'I'11 irfjf-.w':-141 52,9 UMM 109, ffl Flaws Mm Flaw NT Huw: ll. King, Sn'I11'w-ilwr, Ilvlmw-s Alnrlin, lfJl1'Yl'l', llutm-In-11s. Ye-ttvr, S. Alumn- lPl,I1I Huw: Ilzlusf-r, 'l'1'111p, Univ, .I. Sm-hulx, IA. Smith, Y. Hull, Xly1'I:m1l, Vlillvillllilll, Ilia-k Nlilllill. Nm ll l'xc'K Huw: llmnl, llun f'lII'lSll'IlS1'l'l, I !In-stu-1, Sw:ms-yn, tizxmhlc-, l'. .XI'I'2lSll!iUl, I'1llsxx'urtlm, Illuls .Xlllu-rt, XX'illiins Nw' Huw: AMN'-il, l"'IlllSt, Nl. Ilzxim-, St'lII1t'itl1'I', Ib. Munn, llurns, xYi1'!'S4lI'l I Nllllnl lulnxlnhl llllm 5IlIv11l,I4: liuw: Whitv, Iluum- Christa-nsvn, Stunellvy, IX. Hull, ,Xrnnl1l, lfllllkv, . : " . Ilwli Huw: XY. lim-Ilvy, J. I'r:1tlx--V, Ahlquist. Dunlap, 'l'Im1'p1-, I4'im'Imm, l':nm1lmvll, Swznnk, Sliillllvl' fl'l1l-Vi-r fhf 52,9 Umm H3, 138 xi 3 S 4 fl Flmxw' Huw: J. Hr:-vn, Lzmtz, Xhnlsh. II, Mill.-V, Likvly, Sm-ugrm-, II. Hmm-, Craig Nlllvlrmi Row: Sunnyvsmm, T. .Iulmsun. l'. Clnrk, 'l'i11h-n, Sills. l'mvvIl, Wznkvfie-I-l, .Xlh-n, li. lhlvlu- IMVK How: lCslxx':11'1ls, H. Ernst, l's-Mfrs, Orth, Blm'I'l'iU, lmlv, Ilul'I'm:nn, l!l:li1' lf'l:ux'1' Huw: Hills, Nlaxtln-ws, .Xlm-xznmle-V, Uux, Y1lllI1LI. li. XY:11'xw-n, tlbmlspw-ml. Slmvkl.-5 XIIIUIILIC How: U, lllrnst, l'Q-sl:-rswm, N. .Iwhl1sm1, Itrilvy, Nll'l4lIlll1l. Sunm, L'l1nnir1u'h:am, YU4I!'I' llwli How: IJ, Ku-Ile-y, I':uulsun, RI. lfflllltlifl, J. I:2l!'l7Q'l', .X4lZllTlS. Huh:-1'tsun, l.i1l+fll, 4lI:1sswn 'l'I1i1'l.rf-Him' 52,9 UMM Q 4, 726 Forty I-1'I:rvN'1' Huw: I'. Millvr, Jllwlgw-, K. Clwmsle-y, N. l'm-telrson, Clzmllss-11. Nl. .Xnmh-rsun, Sunmu-rs, J. Tlmmzxs AIIIVIILI-I Huw: Huglu-s. H. lmrmg, l,. llullund, U. lie-ll, N. liutle-r, Wu-falml, Szxmlmzm, Dryvr, Illsry, llnfrwksuxm, 13:11 In-m'kl4-y lhxvli Row: liyrus, IJ. Ilzull, IG1'slzx114l. Iimu-, l.ym'h. I:I'Zll'1iQ'2lFl, Tish, Iluns, XVvhlwr. VV. I!1'mx'n, l'l1I l4'I:uNT How: Jnlms, llilmun, 'l'm-l'1'unn-s, f'UIIlStl7i'li, Nvtvotl, Bl. I:llXYl'l'S, li. Smith AIIDIYIJC Huw: Yue-um, lflmvry, llzlwk, Mul'x'in, Huy, C. Tmultun, C, Schultz, J. NYinf1'vy I'I.M'li Huw: Yum-1-, .l:n1'r'+-tt, IJ. Tuylur, lm 4l1':1I1g'c, Fjzuw-, IE. Ucmlc, Nngwcll I -Z. X1 X -l v v ,yy egg, 33132313231 . X 4 J pl X 4 f Llfllfb 855 Q- X . 1Q,, in ,, W --ff 9 X15 1 CL wx C.. QA A'QXQafI-No' Q K-1 X75 N50 N4 1-DQXDo:4cXq,?d.x E.. 'Q ljlraib Me jimi I"r1i'f!!-firm 'l' Business stoff-Annetta, Bruce, Joanne i' Able photographers hogging the camera: Bob Ted, Nancy, George 'A' You can blame them for the drawings in our book-Jean, Mary, Eleanor 'A' Two fine feature editors, Mary and Forrest if Sports editors "Muscles' and Mary Not pictured: Mary Pierre and Valerie Stevenson, organi- zations. These gals worked so hard that the photog- rapher could never find them. Advertising staff-Esther and Eleanor Breckenridge, Marilyn Pierson, Helmut Seaman, Don Beam, Tom Kelly, Charlotte Olsan, Salle Cole, Kenneth Spies, Donna Taylor Y Frank and Ted contemplate advertising 'A' Class editors Faith, Dick, Bob i' Editors Lee, Mary and John. Don't let them tool you, it's a biology book 'A' The publicity boys, Will and Nick fa!! af W, has-nu l"m'f11-111111 .XQJUCLVLCQCJ llf'6Ll4fL6L Fizoxfr Row: Plagrmun, McCann, Ferguson, Robertson, B. Ross, Mnitlzincl, V. Miller Siccoxlr Row: M. Ross, J. Jones, R. Ive-rson, Mr. lmtt, J. Milli-r, H. Knudson, Forsyth, Iisc-lihncli THIRD Row: Stvvn-nson, llivsv, llistlwi' 1311-ulfvni'i4lL:'e, l'llf'7ll"lUl' lil't'ClIt'I'll'l4lQ'1', Fowll-V, fllllllX'l'l', l'ier'1'v, XVilson II,-xvii How: IJ. I,:u':4on, Tl1l'ovkmol'ton, liUI'2llHl1lL1'll, fl, C'l:1r'k, llultla-li, T. Svhulz, Spunfxlm-1' Tliv prvsviitaxtiou ol' Thr I'uf,vy1 by l3:1i'i'y lllfl0llll0l'H was tliv OlllSl2lllllllIQ' :nc-liiovomcnt of tli0 Aclvzliwvml lll'llITl2llli' Clllll this f'K'21l'. 'lllie c'l1z1i'z10t0i's wore :ls follows: XYll.I,I.XM ,Xl,l.ll.XI'Gll Nl.XliilAI2l4I'l' l+'owl.ER AIAC11: l'll'IRHl'SON Bill IIlII'l'f7lfjl0'H . Jlrs. Wm, IIrr1'rz'ngffm l',x'r'1' l'l0RSY'l'll flI'lIl'I' Ilawinr lun . ' 'J l+ll,1..x 3lAl-I RUI3lCR'l'SlJN l'ilx'l,l,1s lflsvilmvii ' ill.XRY Jo U11-:sic lll'IORGl'I lllhlllli ,I,IIll'7.f'fII 1IIlI'l'I"Hfjllllll . 1311111 f'uIrIu'rlI Tomi 4l7Idf'l'X07l Nadia' lfllfllllllllll FVfl72l'fS U 'Fluluf Fnrfyf-fwfr I'l-ll Fluxii ll.u,m5N .li-:AN .loxics ' M .ucv l'11cRR14: ADICI, Timocwmiomox "7'1'ip"1i11,vfgf . XVAYNIC Sl-.xNo1.1c1c 'Flin' ontiw Ill'll1lllf'll0lI was umlor tliv clirov- tion of MV. Umm' lmtt. ill'2llll2llll' vozlcli. This your tor thc- tirst time .Xmvs High svllool joiiwcl tlw lowzi Pity Ll0l'0l1Sll' lvalglu-. Aclvuncvml llrzlmzltir- vlulm sont at om--:wt play I,,ll1l"7l to lowa Vity plus tlirov lmi'tic'ipzn1ts in i11tei1'p1'vtiw l'02lillllg', two in rziclio spezllciug :mel oiiv in origiiml orzitory. In the play wvrv lll2ll'- gzxrct Fowlor, ill-orgo lllill'lI :mtl xvilyllil Spzuig- la-1'. li1tvi'pl'vtiiig' eight minute selwtions were Pzltt Forsytli, Alico lflerguson :mal F1':1i1l: llzll- mlvn. lliviiig' origiiml Vzulio spvvvlws wcrv xvilfllt' Spzuiglvl' :mtl lllilI'Q2ll'0l Fowler. Tc-ml Schulz gzxvcf 0l'lg'lll2ll ill'2llUl'j'. 'I'lw Pililll is am l1mm1':11'y z1w:11'ml for olltstalmlb mg' pmticipuiiml in play ll1'0lllll'1i01l. Nilvll ltxtfillilxllf of this lltblllll' is vntitlvnl In XVUZII' il 'old pm 111 tllv slmpv of :1 lin-ok vmnwly musk with .XIIS l'l1g'l'2lV011 on it. r:nN'1' Row: Mc'l':nm, IN-1'g11sun, Mr. l,1-tt, Y. Mill.-r ACK How: Iisthvr IIr'ockvn1'i4Igv, Fmvln-1', Illlvzuwr Brock- vnrinipm- 'A' "Patsy" cost looking over their lines Tor: lluluh-n, l':SK'l1bfll'll, .XllhIlllf4ll, 'I'h1'm-k- IIIUVKOII, Jonvs, Ful's5'tl1. Fuwlm-I' IZo'r'mx1: Syuumlvr, Ulm-k. 1111-sv, Icuhwt- sun, I,it'l'l'1' 'I' Mary ge?s drugged in "Mys!ery in Blue" l"m'l1l-firr eginning Mama FRONT Row: M. Terrones, Comstock, Dryer, Schrieber, Mr. Lett, Johns, Warren, Crosley, Kulow SECOND HOW: S. Moore, Clausen, Gilman, Cooper, Cox, Butler, P. Clark, Summers, McNeil, Judge, M. Daine THIRD Row: V. Hall, Hills, Soma, Horns, J. Thomas, VVefa1d, Powell, Marvin, Pederson, P. Miller, Van Alstine BACK ROW: XVierson, Mathews, Duane Christensen, Arnold, Don Christensen, Merritt, Prather, Fitzgerald, Bond, Lllasson, Green, Daulton Beginning dramatics offered a chance for students to become acquainted with stage work. This being their first year they were not per- mitted to aet in the Dramatic Club play but a large part ot' the actual work of producing the play was done by them. Wo1'kiiig on costumes for the play were Pauline Thielman, Phyllis Mathews and Delores Dryer. Jane Thomas and lflllen Pederson assist- ed with make-up, Mary Daine with publicity, and Beverly Summers with special effects. liar- bara Judge, for a time acting head of properties. was assisted hy Sheila Moore and Mary Sue John. All members ot' Beginning Dramatics Forty-six helped build set and on the night of production many of them helped with the ushering. During class period students learned stage terminology and acting techniques. Monologues were given hy each member of the class and criticized by the remainder of the class. Make-up was studied and from directions given by Mr. Omar Lett the students experi- mented on their classmates with straight make- ups. Several of the class members worked on selec- tions for the Iowa City Forensic league con- test. Chosen to participate in the one-act. play at Iowa Vity in April was Mary Ann Comstock. Gaim, mi The l.il1i':u'y c-luli was mgziiiizvtl in 1935 by Bliss .Min VVoml, who spoiistmvtl it until lu-1' l't'sig'm1tioii l.l'0Ill Amos lligli in 19337. 'l'liis j'Cill'. ISHT, W0 lizivo lizul two clift'0i'0iit tvziclivrs lwlpiug' in tliv lllDl'2ll'j', who liziw done ai. lll2ll'Vl'ltlllS juli in looking :iftt-1' it :uid tlu- stutlvlits who r-unit' in tlw lllll'2ll'j' to uso its books. ,Xt tliv prvst-ut timv we :WO vcry t'oi't1iii:itt- to liaivt- as spmism' Mrs. llickiiisoli. Slut lizis spvut niuvli ot' lim' timv with tlu' lllJl'2ll'j' :intl luis tlmio nu vxm-Ollvut juli in kvvping it in ortlvr. Eautli iiiciiiliolz wliviwvvi' t'i'00 of vlziss, 'works in tli0 lilH'ill'j'. Tlu-y do vzirituis jolis. sum-li als vliwkiiig lmoks out, putting' books in tlu' right tll'lll'l' on tliv slivlvt-s and tiling' books, lIlilQ'2lZlllGS :mtl vzirtls. i' Margaret pays for an overdue book f Sloving over the books l"'li0NT How: Nt-tvntt, Hills, Y. Mille-1', Mrs. Dim-kinson, A. Knutson, Olszin, Mriliiibt-rg' lXlllrIiI.ic How: litliiiuntl, Rnebn-i', Hlzincliznwl, lfltliingrton, lit-4-kluy, Hliss, Tliornton, Nichols, Yuuiiuins, li. Knutson HACK ROW: Davis, l':2lll2ll'Ll, Huivlikiss, Murphy, 1-Ivliling,XY4-Stn-l'x'x-lt, Honsingvlg ,Xllbm-rt, Rl2lI'X'lI'l, Vit-rsun ' ki.. V' :Eli if n'r'u-.sm r Le unc! mme! KAUIAUL5 Fl:rwN'1' Huw: Ii. XX 1111-n, Crusln-5, Jnhn, SA Imy, Miss Iluxxvr, l":cl1Hl. Slum-lilnhx, St'llI'il'lH'l', lin-:nl SICFHNII Ilmrw: l,lk1-IY, N, lSutlv1',4'ux, l,:1ntz, 'l'hivlm:111. I,ixiy1:rlwn, NNN'-il, XIXIIJIIVII, I"'ll'I'5IVll, Hills 'I'llll:Iw Iiuw: l'i--rsun, Hiwsn-, llwllxf-. Il. Smith, .l, Svilulz. XX'ill1+-Im, .I. .XliH4'I', llwlm--S. l,. Smith X lwlm -in XYH1-1-lux li l!.xr'li How: 1'llllI1II15LlIT!H1, S4'l1l11'i11vI',Tilxlvll, liylmlii--xxitz. Iilmfllllw-l'u, IZ, lluxw-. 1illiX'l'I'S, XY:1k1-fi' XY:llsl1, 4Imwls1n.-ml I"l:wx'l' lluxv: 'F"I'IHIIv'S, Ilullltml, Spmuln-, .X. Knulsun, XI. t'I:n1'k, I!:nru:11wl, Nlutsf-n, I.1-vhm'1' SIVFIIYII Ilwxwg lm-, Nlznlnllu-Vg, Ilwu1-rs, l'. l.:ux'se-rl. Miss lluxxw-l', I'. l'I:1l'k, ':I'4'l'!l. I.. IQIIIUSIIII, Nl:-iTl'v Tllllllv Iiuxx: Hun k Sumn. liinu. Iiirxxin, 1'l':lXXf'1vl'4l, ll. Iilullwlsmx, XX'v1':1I1l, Ib-1-lil:-y, .I. 'I'h:lm:us4 Nlvhlllllll llvmn m lll SllIlIIIIl'I'S, Yu.-4-In-5 FUI'I1'l'II Huw: .I, IU-1'uwl1n-s, Hunk!--, Rl. Ib-ll, ,l. Xvilllilvy, Imlvls--11, Hmxhl, 01.111-Hy, Sfnw-11s+l11, 4llHIX!I H1111- Illluwm, Allwn, Sillilvl' ILWK Iimxg l':nmplwIl. 'I'llfn'5w, Sn-Ixllllz, N1-xx'-ll, HVII1. ,Xl'l'5lSIIIiUl. .X4lIlHIS, l'Il-stu-I. Ilnlm, 'IN-11 1lxInl Iluu llillsuvklmln-x':. XY. Iilw-xx n l'I1!-rl-rlh I Vnder the clireetion of Miss Edna l-lower, the Ames lligh musie orgzuiizntions eompleteml ax very sueeessful year. Presenting their nnnuzil C'hristnnis program. singing for eommunity func-tions and open house, the voezil groups lnive won reeognition all over Ames. In the spring the ehoir hehl il tri-eily festival with Boone :it Fort Dodge. Ur. Hurry Robert Wilson, of lfolunihin l'niversity, was the guest eomllietor. l'hoir offieers were l"ramli llzllmlen. presidenl: Mary Lou liutler, viee president: Shirley Mor- liorml, SL'l'l'0l2ll'j'-ll'0ilSlll'Ul'2 Forest llnrnes and Myrna VVilhelin, rohelceepers. IMCK Row: XYzilker, llnrtt, l.:u'kori-, Molleston, Munn llrinsteml, N. lirown .QA .24 Cdpeffd Mixed ehorus, which is for the purpose ol' trziin- ing for glee eluh and ehoir, has ns its offieers ,Xnn l32I1'1lill'd, president: lilorin Gould, viee president: Dor- ofhy Mziitlzuul, seereiury- treasurer. Ullieers ol' the glee elulm, whieh trnins girls to sing in small groups, were nznnesl as follows: Marilyn Pierson, president: Myrna Wilhelm. viei V0l'll2l llelle liouze. seerefziry-tl'e Beverly Gore, lihrznrizni. i UMW presimlenl 2lSlll'l'I'2 illll ll. De lla Hunt, l,Hllll'IllllS, l:l'K'lIll'l, Kmvser, Spailiuln-r, THIHD Row. Ilnff, l+'orsytli, Hines, Kziuffnirin, l':irish, 12:4 rnes, J. Taylor, Huhlen, Jzwksun, Luke, l.:irson, xvllllvllll l':Sl'llll2ll'l! SICCUND Row: Pierson, Hots-hkiss, l'. Smith, Murphy, NYesterx'+-lt, Iiynkiewitz, Chivers, lllstlier l!l'eekenriclp:e, lflleunor ltr:-ekenriilge, Ali-K'urniiek, Ns-IT, Iilomnberg, M. Butler, Robertson P'RON'l' How: Carter, T'l:if,:'m:nn, Stock, Iflilninnsl, Melionzilil, Miss Ilower, Livimrston, Morforil, Burton, N e fl' A rinstronu, Forty- nine jim ML 'Poi' l.lf:I-"r: MeNeil, VValkei', McFarland, Miss Nelson, M. liutler Tor lilGll'I'2 I'. Smith. J. Taylor, Fitch, Yifquain, Eleanor' lireekeni-iclg'e Lowlcl: Li-:14"r: Davis, N. Hroxvn, Powers, llalilen, lflsthei' llrec-ki-nriilge l.owi-11: H1oii'1': Sehnlz, Kershner, Ferguson, K. Spies Members of the journalism class are respons- ible for writing and editing the Ames High ll'e0l:ly Web which appears in the Annes Dlllifjl Tribune every Wednesday. To take journalism, which is a regular one semester eourse in the currieulum, a student must be a senior who has maintained a "ll" average in his junior English. In the class, under the direction of Miss t'harlotte Nelson, students learn the fundamentals of news writ- ing, interviewing' and writing' feature stories. Staff positions are appointed hy Miss Nelson. Playing' up special features of local and inter- national importanee, these aspiring journalists learn that in this way they can have an infiuenee on the thinking ot' Ames High students. Une Fifty issue during the first semester was devoted mainly to articles and an editorial on the inter- national organization, l'Nl4lSi'll. Following two motor vehicle aeeidents, one of whieh was fatal to a high school student. the staff made a speeial effort to emphasize safety. lluring' Tlianksgiving' vacation Miss Nelson and Mary Powers attended the National Seholas- tie Press association convention in Milwaukee, VViseonsin. The seeond semester staff ineluded Bill Allhaugh, Shirley t'arter, Stan De La Ilunt, Phyllis lilschhach, Patt Forsyth, Margaret Fow- ler. Jcan Jones, Rita Stoek, Bill Hippaka. Nancy Vllilson, liruee llore, Marylee llushingg Max Sowers, Dean llarper and Tom King. CMAJ' 'I' Cubs hard at work on mid-year issue XVl'iting', lllillilllg' :1 layout shvct :mel publish- ing' thv hvtwvvn-svmvstcrs issue of Thx' llv1'lJYVl'l'C Wfb wus thx- vh1h's mzljm' projwf a thm- zxctivitivs of Amos lligh's junior j0llI'l12lllSN1 0l'Q'2llllZ2lll0ll. thc Vuhs' 1-luh, during thn- past ycar. Vuhs' vluh is open to anyone who is lllf01'l'Sf0ll in jUlll'Il2lllSIll mul invludcs soplmnmoros, jlllll0I'S FRONT How: S. Momwx, Klullnbx-1'p:, Schultz, Stvvvnsnn, Knudson, S. Day, Hoff, Y. llull, M. King' mul svniors, Pl'lllTlllQ' th0 hvtwvvn-svlm-siDrs xml ull of the Ullllll' an-Tivitivs ul' thv your wvrv llllmlvrtzlkm-u to Ill'0IJ2lI'0 for this issue. 1,110 of tho goals lllil El ruh to work for wus to IIZIVU 1011 invhvs of his copy printm-ml in tho Wrb, which 1-lmtitlwl him to hv listval :ms El I'0ll0l'll'1' in Tho wvvkly issuo. l3lIllDI.lC Row: H. Ross, Konnwly, S1-hulz, li. Ivvrson, Rynkivwitz, Miss Ne-lsun, Marvin. Culv, Tnwnsvnml, Blutsvn RACK Row: II. XVlI'lfI'klj', Fitzsimmons, Johnson, I'vtvl's, TIn'uckmo1'tcm, Alquist, Swank, lflrslzmml, J. xYll'1fl't'X I"ifty-one Ll' Rifglflfe 61, LIfL8f omeroom e!ore5e1fLfalfiue5 1 Fifty-tl QP! awww ana! .M-y.Acfiuifie5 i' Lee McFarland, district G R. Prexy I"li0XT Row: lllsinulizird, llyus, lflonsingur. Rushing, XVi1son, ll. llsiy, Dietz Srzcoxn Row: S. Day, I,. Knutson, Miss Milli,-r, Miss Wilvox, Miss Nelson, Olszin, I'lL'l'H'llSUI1 TllIIlD1'i0XVZ McCann, Johns, l,.1lCFz1l'l21n1l, Nt-ff, J. Milli-13 I'. Smith, llutlor, Nichols, li2ll'T12ll'll BACK Row: Thorburn, Murphy, MOCm'mir'k, lvvrson, Fmvle-V, Fitvh, Nstlwx' Il1'm-Pk:-n1'iilp4'v, llllvzinoi' l:l'l'i'l'iL'I1I'ltll.1'l', Vivrson i' Page and Miller sling paper for A. H. S. FRONT Row: A. Johnson, 4Xlf'X9ll'lIl9l', P. Miller, Howl, M. Johns, C. Duulton, fXl'lllStl'0I'lj.Z', Hoff Sllvoxlv ROW: Youmnns, 1'l2l2'l1lZlIl, I'0tlt-1'sun, Miss XN'ilcox, 1lQ'2ll'll, Bliss Millvr, Faust, Livingzston THIRD Row: Il. Smith, Blanc-lisii-rl, Allbvrt, WR,-stmfi'wlt, Ruuze, lit-nnutt, Hvnnenmn, Alziitlunil, IJ. Alf-Ne-il BACK ROW: Eclmunil, Hotchkiss, 1'if-1'1's-, Schultz, tlulliver, Cliivcrs, Gould, XV:1lsh 'A' Friendship Week speaker, the Reverend Will Orr Fiffy-three .M-Q C-iozginelf can QloreAenlfafiue5 9 .Q FRONT Row: N. Brown, tlrinstcaul, Mr. Hitlzimi, Wilkins, Yziliw lNlIlJDLl+I Row: Yifquain, Sowcrs, Moore, lVIui'rny, T. .luhnstm BACK Row: Yoder, Howard Jenson, Ht-L-htel, Ilipimkn, D. Hull Counting 0Yl'I'j' hoy in high svlnml tllllflllg' its members, Amos' lli-Y sturtutl its husy yvzn' hy helping with the nowcomers' party :intl spon- soring the zinnuzil toothzlll hzinqnvt hold :it liynn Fnhroi' :intl two vlass tiresidos. During thv ylltll' tht- boys vmn-viiti'z1tt-tl th0i1' Offorts on writing lt-ttvrs :incl sending C'ln'istnnis gifts to thoii' adoptotl wan' 1n'plnn1, Jzivqllos Aufrcy. Outstanding speakers of the yvur were Com- mander Euhzinks who spoke on sulnnzlrino NVtl,l'fZll'l' in tht- Phillipincs, Murray ,Xllon and Fifty-fmlr Rfniniv Nurinzin, zi nivinhvr ol' thv lowal State football squml. The sovmnl st-nivstoi' tlnintl lli-Y husily cu- opvrzlting with HR. in spmisoring l"i'ieinlsliip Vllcvk. Uffiocw for the first smile-stvi' wow N011 Yif- illlilllly prcsitlt-iitg lJan'i'0ll Moore, vivo p1'esi4,lQntg Nornnin Brown, N0l'l'0lEll'j'1 llnyv Mnrrziy, tr'm1s1ir01'. Swoml seiinistvi' oltit-ers invludetl ll2lI'l'0ll Moorc, prvsillviitg Divk Finvlnini, vice 1n'0sit,lent g Dave liairstni, st-vi'ctu1'yp George liimloll, lI'02lSllI'Cl'. . . an ,M-yjdcfiuifiea i' Junior fireside 'A' Gifts for the old peopIe's home i' Popcorn vendors-you could sell it mebhe for eight cents 'A' Love Ihot grin! i' Newcomers' party 'F' Junior quarfet-fircside harmony Fifty!-firl' QWLAO, wing gan! .S?ri1f1,95 i' Will, Max, Bud ond Dick bee! if our Ififfy-six Alquist, J. Srlmlz, XI. King, N. I'vtn-rson H. Slrwk Fl:cvN'1' Huw: D. I'm-tm-rsun, lfl3l'ShIlt'l', M Stm-k, l'4-te-rsun, Irvinv llwx How: A. Iinutsun, Allbzuugrh, Hin Vic,-lusvn, J. l"xPl'LL'lISUl'l FRONT How: Tl. Adzuns, D. Jolxlik, C. Tlwrburn, Schultz. Ilurtt, l+'vrg:us4n1 BACK Row: Hlxyn,-r, li. k':m111bs-ll, B. Dany, J. Taylor l'4'llUN'l' How: lflnlcumb, C. l,D:u'fu-Ill, Lu 4:l'2lllHl' J zlcksun BACK Row: Burton, S. Day, J. Wallace PNIIONT Huw: Dv Lu Hunt, l'. Smith, Gul-sslf-1', Paulson, K. King, Cook, Burk, li. Iiuurm- BACK Row: Elwf-Il, Yunvv, Cox, Ln tlmngv, Jvlllili. VV. l'31'uxx'n Y. Tlxux-hu1'n, Long, Sn-lmry, lmmlflvn, Murphy l"'l'0N'I' liow: ll. Sp:1m.rh-r, Ilu1'gx11l-yv1', Alillikon, llim-S BACK Row: .Xl1llI1l.1f'l', XVy:1tt, IXlm'fm'sl, 41. iluulll, t'unninp.:'lmm .yndrlfamenfaf mnaic D 4. FImN'I' Huw: l'lol1l1'vmlp.:'o, l"'Ul'llYC'l', Stoust, Ruuzv, llamuk. H. lmrsm-n, I.. Day. Huff IMCK Row: Dun Jzumcs, Dvzm Jzum-s, Hullufsen, J. Allsxuls, li. Russ, Hzmscn, M. .l:Ell'I'l2ll'Kl Q faiff-ll-N!'l'f'Il .flbeiafe CM 2 FRONT Row: I'i2lI'I1Hl'4l, Fowler, Leehner, McCann AIIDIJLE How: R. NVinfrey, R. Taylor, Miss Williams, J. XVinfrey, R. Myers RACK Row: l'If,:p:e1't, Halden, Sc-hulz, Seaman Fiery remarks were again being tossed between the positive and negative sides of' the Ames High clebaters, after termination of forensie activities in 194-L lieorganizing under the sponsorship of Miss Edna VVilliams, they drafted a new eousti- tution and elef-ted the following officers: Ted Sehulz, president: Helmut Seaman. viee presi- cleutg Jo Mel'ann. seeretaryg Bud VVinfrey. treasurer. " lllighteen or twenty-one, whieh should it be?" was the question argued by Margaret Fowler and Frank llalden on the positive side. opposing llelmut Seaman and Merle Eggert on the negative. .X transcription of this program Fifty-eight was broadeast over radio station KRNT's "Junior Town Meeting of the Air" from .Xmes High 's auditorium. lllnteriug the eontest offered by the llrindley discussion and debate tournament, whieh was held at Vedar Falls, the Ames High debaters disputed the question "How ean we provide for the health of our nation?" From Fedar Falls, the debate elub argued its way to the Iowa Pity Forensie elub meet, where they again debated a health problem: "Resolved: That the Federal government should provide a system of eomplete medieal eare available to all citizens at publie expense." gm? LZBQW F5 x N Rl 2 ,.,- ...- f .+- I Y X 111 bw?" 49-J? xr YQ! QW H 1 X X in Q y . 6P Lg Sixty i' The beginning of another beauiiful day ct A.H.S. 'A' Been saving up for a paper drive, Kenny? i' Musi be parenfs' nighh everybody's crockin' ihe books i' Vocational guidance . . . Tha1's "Trends" ir He.mcn 01 home 'A' Shirl and Brucie IOQVL 01458 - ML 57lfLf8lf't6L1:lfL UDL? p6Ll"8lfLfff i' Frank lells 'em how in geomelry class i' Mr. TiIler's students ponder hislory 'R Mr. Covey looks over likely prospecls for the half mile of parents' nighl reception 'k Government class giving rcpl cllenlion if They're singing-in Spcnishl -Si.1'fj1-MIP Memgfy igfogranfw 'A' Choir sings at open house Nigrty-two 'lf Ames High concert band performs 'l' No fooIin', this is u chem class 'k Big Stan, Little Jan Combo 'A' Typists at open house i' Don't scorch 'em 'K' Big, rugged boys i' Hurnst and the little WOHICID l"0M,l'LJ fA8 ,SZAOQK Siafty-three .yn me .xyzfaaliforivzm . . . Sirrtgf-four i Light men Wayne and Dave wiih necessary accessories i' Ay, ay, ay, cy! i' Tell 'em, Ted KRNT broadcosis "Junior Town Meeting SC T ba m'-1 fxf' IN fNf5,N",,fNrxrN,s 97:3 'N rw "" A 2 :ff Aff X1 AAA, A ' 'xfifxpr I' v1 i 'Y QOZWL 3 gf XXI! 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After the rvgulars had put tho game on winning terms, snlistitntions camv t'1't'vly. ,XMICS 24, fiRlNNEl.l, 0 Tho Amos line, its passing and running attack, and its all aronntl agg'rt-ssiwnoss wvrv the nlain fat-tors in this svvmnl t'm1t'0r0nr'0 win. Arms 232, XVICISSTER t'rrx' 6 Sonni hvantiful ln'0ali-away running was alis- playctl as llllx ltittlv t'yc-lcnn-s trolnpctl thv Lynx. Aims 19, l3ooN14:0 At t'l5'tlv Williams lioltl .XIUGS sc-orctl its lit'- tconth win over lloonv in the last 17 gann-s and kept tho little grc-on jug in the halls of .Xincs High for anotlwr yvar. ll , M , Nl.l'f.Il-Sf'l'f?'ll we E wifi l i' Boone pep assembly 'k We prefer the ones on the left 'l' Sowers hitting the dirt 'I You probably aren't there 'K' S-S-S-S-5-Boom! anyway if Eager hopefuls i' Rothacker vs. Mason City 'k Practice 'l' Perry game Siarty-eiyfllt 52,0 lotta!! t 'Q , X K W 71 1 Ev ,109 Ff:0N'l' How: Nowvll, Czimpbvll, Ilrunigzin, Dzilv, .I:1rrvtt, IN'I'2lIi1PI', Finvhzim SECOND HOW: 14:1 1lr:inf:v, Gzmibli-, Orth, XViIkins, 'l'hurpo, Iimvu, Dzaulton, Swank Tulmm Row: Swunsnn, Dim-k Taylor, IZ. Alibi-rt, Yuncif, Amlzinis, I'llvst:ul, li!ll'hl'l', XV, llruwn, Cmwii Tilli-1' Fol'I:'1'H Huw: Martin, Funk, R. Iirnst, Whitt-, Arnismltli, Lisloll, Jnhnsnn FIIPTII How: llyrus, lGe1w:i1'ds, IS. Hall, D. Hull, Runke-1, Lynch, IR-torsun, C. Iflrnst 'l' Sophs pile up against Boone lm nh.. K -I Showing the sumo fighting spirit :is tiioir upper vizissnmtcs, tho soplioimmrv footlmll squzui cl0t'0:1t0mi .lx-'ftl-i'soii, VVObstvr Pity. Ummm-, :mai Nevzulu, lost to Murslizxlltowii ami Heist Di-s Moim-s. and had El ti0 gainiv with ii0Olll'. With i'U2lI'il Ulm' 'Fillvr as mvntor. sonic in-mnf ising' vzirsity IIl2lfl'l'i2li was llllt'0V01'0li. lking fili' 'I'-t'o1'iii:1tim1, ph-nity oi' spvoml :md lmril pliiiiging was tzikoii by tlim- soplimnoros' oplmiu-luis. Jim Hulwl'tsoi1 was proniotvcl from tlio simplic- nmri- tozlm to thc varsity squad. wlivro liv play- ed first string tackle. Ni.rf4u-nine amilfy KULJAQXLJK FI:11NT Huw: 'l'. Kimi, Yifquziili, 111111, S11w111's, 111- l.:1 Illllli, Il'11'111-1-, D. 111111-11 S1f:1711x11 liuw: Mr. Tillvr, D, M1111141-, li11tl1:11'k111', K111-11, Z1-111111 l:1ll'3.1IlI1'j'1'l' Tllllllb Huw: Sll2ll'lll'I', I4'inl1111t, Hrznnt, Di1'ki11x1111, .Xr1g:l1-, 3I1111s1111 I!.11'1i Ii11w: XYy11111r1-, J. 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Huw: li. Ilzxll, l4'ixxx'lx:xxxx, 15, Il:xll. 'l'lxxxx'xxl 1'-xxxxl-le' nw: Ii. lixxxst, l.:x 4ix':xrxgv, Ilxxlxx-xtsfxxx. Wx-ln-r, U. Idx-xxst 32 Sophs vs. Boone QW Fl:oN'1' Row: Ht-ani, Martin, M. Hines, Morris RACK Row: Turner, Aikman, Johnson, Iloll i' The ball's iust beyond the picture Y Sefren ry-four Coaelied by Ray Smallingr, who re' plaeed tile Tiller, the Little Fyelone "iron" lllltll faeed a heavy and rough sehednle: lloone, East tD.M.l, Des Moines invitational, Ames invitational. conference meet, eoneluded by the dis- trict and state meets. llill Martin was the o11ly veteran golfer, but showing mneh promise we1'e Fharles Dodd. Hill Holl, George Turner, Diek Webber. Robert Morris, John Taft and Jerry Johnson. Rankings on the golf squad were determined by medal play eaeh week, with ehallenges of the preeeeding man played by mateh. Led by Hill Martin, the Little Cyclone golfers finished seeond in the eonfer- enee golf tournament at Oskaloosa. Dill took medalist honors with a T-1. In the Ames invitational golf tourna- ment tl1e loeals plaeed seeond, o11e point behind Roosevelt of Des Moines. They plaeed third i11 the Des Moines invita- tional and defeated ltlast High QD.M.i in a dual meet. 8LfQ-tiV:. Ames fell to third in the distriet meet at Valley and failed to qualify for the state meet. ,Xt the end of the season l-Sill Martin was eleeted eaptain. The prospeets for next years' team are good with three lettermen returning. lietters were awarded to Vhuek Dodd and Hill Martin, seniorsg .lim Aikman and liill lloll. juniors: and Diek Xveb- ber, sopliomore. Presenting one ot' the hetter tennis teams in Ames lligh for years. Voaeh Don Hartt had a bright outlook on the tennis season. YVith two new nets on the sehool 's all weather eonrts, the "seryiee" boys were out early to get in the swing of things. Offering the netmen plenty of eompe- tition were North tD.M.J, East CD.BI.l, Roosevelt ClD.M.l, Fort Dodge and Boone. The sehetlule was eompletetl hy the tlistriet and state meets the last ol' May. Setting the paee for this year's team were three stalwarts from last yea1"s squad-Terry Smith, Kenny llartt and Hill Allhaugh. Pushing these lettermen were Bill Hnkill, Bud Winfrey, SIRI'- shall Selarow and Dean llarper. Relieyetl ot' the worry of the shortage ot' tennis halls. the squad melnhers cle- termined their position on the team by playing matehes eaeh 2llill'l'llll0ll. 'I' Marshall gets enthused elfmia FRONT Row: Hukill, Allbaugh, lt. liniery, Mr. llartt IZIACK Row: T. Smith, Daley, Sel:nl'oyy, K. ll2ll'tt The team was ninlefeatetl in thial meets this season. Runner-up for the state ehampionship was Terry Smith. who was edged out hy llon l.ew1s ot Fort Blathson in the finals. ti 7 tx 0 'k A hot game of doubles Kenny and Terry gnu- Sermzfy-fire FRONT Row: Clemens, Gore, Nvyatt, J. Taylor, Yifquain, Moll:-ston, Lat-koro, liI'l'l'l'l, De La Hunt, Sowors, Bowers, Bourne, Fincliani, Zi-nor SECOND Row: Mr. Cow-y, Moore-, Shaffer, Holwrtson, Barnes, Murray, lilwoll, Anglo, Sass, H. Taylor, Harris Jensen, Il. lirnst, T. King, Alr. MXH-lls THIRD Row: l'Iy:g:sart, Hare-staml, NVarrvn, Swanson, Johnson, Calhoun, Stm-wart, Carter, H. Hall, Jim l'ratli0r, XVilk0r1S, XVObvl', VV, lil'own,, K. King, llartt FOVHTH Row: Seaman, Christensvn, Clark, IE. Dainv, L. Holland, Skinnor, Hahn, Davis, .-Xmunclson, Ortli, Newell, McCarty, Lynch, Dickinson, Hunkol FIFTH ROW: l'll4-stad, Fitzsimnions, Arnold, La Grang'e, J. llarbe-r, J. Adams, Arrasmith, Puffutt, Dick Taylor, X n Brannifqan, Veta-rs, 'a ce, Blair, F. Martin S1xTil Row: Lidoll, D, Hall, liozi-boom, Campbell, Stannlloy, Byrus, Swank, Jac-k Vratlie-r, M. Larson, Daulton, Kvlly. Grant, Town IJACK ROW: Ii. Ernst, Xkfliite, Allbvrt, L. Harper, Hows-, Scliafrnth, Stoelu, llvanian, Ifhlwarmls, Thorpe, R. Cook. XValker, C. Iflrnst l"6LC if J yy , ur W . WS? Placing third in the state indoor and soc-ond at the Valley relays in Dos Moines, tho Little Fyvlone Qindcrmon Wvrc out to 'win this spring. Stan Dv La Hunt, Don Grvon, Jerry Mollcston, John Taylor, Al Bourne, Nod Vifquain, Hubert liowvrs, Max Sowc-rs and llud llaokoro aro tho nine returning' lettermon who varry most ot' the hurmicn for Foavh Hi C'0vey's largci track squad. The travk suason is iiigiiligiitclmi hy tho Amos invitational on May 2. This is the first attompt oi' this kind of mort in the s0hool's history. Vonnmloting' the schvduh- arc tho Drake Rviays, Ames triangular, l'0llil0l'Glli'l' mi-Ot, distric-t and statc inects. ir Thai's Speed Kelly bringing up the rear Nerenty-six' itlill. Inns twtv iltlllltill illitizltitm pt-ritntls. 'l'ht- ' unify l+'1:tvx'1' l-ltww: llt-xutrtl .lt-nst-11, '1'. Kina, Yifllllftill, Stmt-rs, IM- l.:t Hunt, tlrt-t-n, Ilint-s Slctwrxlw Ittrw: lit-t-htt-I, ,Xnylt-, I.itt'hfit-ltl, Htvzt-lm-nn, Mr. XX!-Ils. liwh.-rtstm, 'li Smith, A. Iltturnt- V. lllllm lttfw: IZ:t1'nt-s. Ulstmv. llrunt, Zo-nur, lit-txt-rs, Mt-Ilt-st:-11. ll. I-Irnst, ll, Hint-s I!,tt'li litnv: Nlurtm, N. lirtm 11. lltwthut-kt-1'. .Int-kst-n. .l. 'I':ty!tvr, St.-tt-:ll-1, tp.,-H,-1.1 l ntlt-1' tht- tll1't-t-tltm tat lxt-nny Nxt-lls, ut-W Varsity t-Iuh sptmstn: tht- tDl'Q'2lIltZ2llhlIl trit-tl stunt- nt-w things :mtl t-tmtiutlt-tl stnmt- tat' tht- tnltlt-V ltlt-:ts tat Xztrslty t-luh. 'l'ht- t-luh. whit-h :ull X'Ell'SiTf' It-ttt-Vmt-11 :muy tirst is tht- wintt-1' st-ssitm wht-11 all ttmtlmll lt-ttt-I' wmnt-rs :may Jtnm. :mtl tht- tutht-r IN sprung wht-xx :ull tntht-1' sports nmjtn- lIll'll t-ntt-1' tht- t-hlh. H2ltllt'l'lIlQ' lmmt-s mul zutlth't-sst-s tm- tht- I.1t1lt- f'.X't'lUllt' Xt-ws l,t-ttt-I' wats tht- tnlltstztlltting' jtvh tltmt- hit' tht- g'l'tbtllD. lit-vivitlg' tht- ust- tat' tht- It?ll't'I1l1IOIlt st-rtull thrtt was kt-pt t'1'tam H929 ttm 19,35 ls gtmtg' ttv ht- tltnlt- alt tht- sprung' lult-mt-, ht-ltl :lt Iltrmt-wtutmtl Quit' 1'tlllI'Nt'. tlt'i'it-t-rs tm' tht- t-hlh I'tn' tht- yt-all' wt-l't- Max Stnwt-rs. tart-sitlt-ht 1 Nt-tl Yi1'tlt1:tin.vit-t- p1't-sittt-nt: :mtl Stun lit- l,:1 lltmt. St'1'l't't2ll'f' :mtl trt-ztsttrt-1'. i' Words con't express u Vcrsity club initiation N1'l'1IIfH-Nlltll CM Oyrf 7 .!l'Lfl'6lI'l'LlftI"df 5 Under the capable direction of Ray Smalling, Ames High 's accelerated intramural program provided an outlet for the boundless energies of over 200 boys. Featuring this year 's program is a grand trophy for each class to be given to the homeroom scoring the most points. Points are given on a 10-5-1 basis in touch football, golf, tennis, hunting, wrestling, ping pong, badmin- ton, basketball, bowling, volley ball, track, tug- o-war, horse shoes and softball. Helping Ray run things smoothly were head manager Terry Smith and his assistants Bill Hukill and Rogene Arney, timers and referees, Dick Martin and Elmer Warren, towel crew, and Dick Merrit, official recorder. The intramural representatives from each homeroom formed a council which decided mat- ters of policy, heard protests and picked all-star teams. These boys are Karl Aldinger, Ray Kooser, Bob Egemo, Bob Borgemeyer, Jon McClure, Fritz Munn, Bill Holl, John Dicken- son, Rogenc Arney, Jerry Johnson, Tom Kelley, Bill Daine, John Orth, Jack Dunlap, Lawrence Tripp, Leonard Paulson, Jim Winfrey and Dick Webber. In the featured event, basketball, 236 swept through to the senior championship with a 13-2 record. 110 topped the juniors and 113 the sophs. For the first time all-star teams were chosen in basketball. They are: Seniors Cfirst teamj Howard Jensen, Jerry Molleston, John Daine, Commodore Litchfield and Max Larson: Csecond teamj Bill Martin, Terry Smith, Fritz Munn, Ray Kooser and Chuck Dodd. Juniors Cfirst teamj Jim Aikman, Ken King, Hubert Bowers, Stan Holland and Rog Arney, Csecond teamj Dave Murray, Bill Daine, John Taft, Jerry Johnson and Bill Holl. Sophomores Cfirst teamj Leonard Paulson, Fred Martin, Bob Dale, Paul Arrasmith and Don Edwards, Csecond teamj Frank Blair, Seventy-eight Gerry Hahn, Bill Byrus, John Orth and Ken Uhl. X 'k Whatcha after, Bill, a fly? 'A' 236 vs 'lf 'A' Big game worries Terry i' Odd perspective what? i' Terry's on the bc 'k That pointed finger is part of Halden's form i' A strike by Polhemus, no dau Q19 6LlfLC! CAQQI' glftd rf swarawssm, l4'll47N'I' Huw: .lunvs, Ivvrsim. Imrlnl, Ii. XVinfre-y, Iwmrsytli. l1l2lIll'lIIlI'4l SICUUNII Huw: S. Ilny, Iilsvlilnu-li, 'l'Imrhurn, Miss Wulu-F14-lil, Miss liwliiiixrm, Cznrtvig Gross. Nil-hols 'rllll i mi N 1 U I'l in 1" k J ' ' u J H :I li ': .l. Hull -r. Jul- ln, l'. A 1 I-', H ill, V. Ulzir , lziinv, l'll'I'Slll. l,. lay, lszm l"'0l'I!'I'lI liuw: 'I':iylur, Uimpi-i', Ii:11'n:i1-fl, Hin-sv, 'l'uwnsvml, IH-als-rsnn, XYiIsuu, llimsimri-r, N. Iiutln-r, Di'-tx ILWK Row: llulme-s. 5Ic'I+':ni'l:mwl. N1'l'l'. J. Blillvr, NlI'1lUl'IlllC'k, llllSlllI12L, Sure-iisuii, llllwiriui' l:l'Q'l'l'i+'l'll'lll9L1', lilstlivr lll'4'L'l-U'Iil'lilg1', X. 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Jones, Iverson, Dodd, Winfrey, Forsylh, Blanchard Vliwi' Hflliml. wliic-li is 1-oiiiivrtwl with Pvp l'llili. ix spmisulwl My Bliss llulviiixmi, wlio ilv sviwvsz mum-li vrwlil liar tlic nizirwlulls waxy slim luis lmmlloil tlio squzul. Sho lms giwn IIlllI'll rwrs Sl pivniv XVlll4' 'l' C Qing 7 ,fgffzific Mociczlfiolfz llii-ls' Mlill-tiv gissuviziiiuiu lS1llN'll In Zlllj' girl SllllllliSl'l'l'1'lIll'.X'2lll1l ll'l'ilSlll'l'l'. lmv Nlm-l":ii'l:1ml: in liigli xc-liuul wlw is lllll'l'1lSlU1l in it. :mil wlip sfwiiil vliziirinzxn. Sylvian llilfl lllll'ZllIllll'2ll vlinir- Is :ililv to mimi llll' lll1'llllll'l'Slllll l'lVlllll'1'llll'IllN :i lllilll. Klezrilyii lim-lclvyg puiiit iw-m'1l1-i'. Nlzirilyii tmzul nl' 100 points. 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Pep club does games i'This is ' million-Lell, Page ler, Smalling Rillcnd, Trump, Eus- -if-s 7 .4-f mf Mi, V 223' fi I Y ,Ei W F17 4'1" , , . 0 X1 ' 4, ' ' K X 4 '.x 10 'fm SPIRIT YZSCY1tH'l9, like swEs:T1-I M335 Pkg, SESCx'NbClC 1 Quonslvfg and QWQWA C1YN'kff3 MQ 1111111111 1111! ,!4f1f6l'LC!6LlfLt:i Miss Phyllis 1102111 Es1-111111011 XVHS 1'1111s1-11 Swvet- 11111111 111' 1111- 1947 S1'1R1'1'. Miss 11l2ll'1lyl1 T11w11- s1-1111 111111 Miss l3111111y l'l1111si11g'111' XVUIT 111111,-11111 11s 111-1' 11Tt1111111111ts. Phyllis 1'11ig'111111 11v111' 11111 SP11111' S11e1'i111 1111111 llOf'1'I1l1J1'l' 6 i11 1111- ST1ll1y 111111. 1'111'11111i1111 1-111-- s11g'1-s w01'11 111'11s1111te11 111 11111 SWl1G1ll1'21I'1' 111111 11111- 11tt11111111111s by Hill Allllilllgfll, who 111-11111 11s 11111ste1' 111' 1'1'1'111111111i11s. 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NUYlClNllll'IR lflioono fuutlmll gziniv nt i'lvd0 Williams Hold. 2-ll. H. c'm1l'111'- i' We dunno wha' She! doing eifhef l'lli'0 all ll0llEll' Rzlpidw. L00 lXlc'l+'z11'la1i1d 0lo1'10d dislrivt K...- Eiylz IH-wi.r pwsimlviit. 7-Suplimiioiw lirosidv. S-N0 Sl'llUUlil 8-9- r v lD1'z1m:1 vluli pl.13, 111 r I'uf.wj1. l-l--llllllll llousc for fond pzxrviits. lx Bork llop. Sore lint' U First liziskvtlmll gunw at Nvvmlan. 25-'llllflllliSQ'lVlllQ' vm-zntioii. NU SFIIOUI V IJ1+:c'm11s11,11 li-SPI! 5 v 1 20MX0c':1l music- 1 lil HT S1101-ial. F1111 was lmd by alll. 'isfnizxs 1-1:1111 E 011. 2.i XU SVIIUUIJ i' Dave seems more inferesled in food lhon in Nancy 'A' Sad looking stag line 'K' Mid-year royalty 'A' Nuff gqid J.xNlixRY 4-Misery rosumvs. 23-Mid-yvm dum-v. 2-l-End ut' S0ltll'Sll'l'. NU Sl'll04lltl 1+'1f11s1:I'.xm' -l-T-F1'i0ndslxip week. li-8-Junior class play, flllS1'l'-lf in Iiluv. 19-Mutilwo dzmvc. RIARUH 5-8-Distrirft lmskotlmall tourney. 12-15-Sub-stzxtv lmskvt- lJz1ll tourllvy. Alas! Ill-22-lflztskctlmll tm-am gm-s to Iowa. Vity. 28- " Tczlvllcrs' Oollvcntirm. Nu SC'I'lUlll,l , APRII. 3-Spring' vowll C'Ottt'l'l'l. 4-T-linstor Yilftilllilll, N0 SVIIW tltl l ' pix 9-Matiucv dance. ll-Spring illstrumvutal f-0nc'f1l't. IT-Senior I tirosido. 25-26-Sonim' f-lass play, Lifflv ll'omr'n, 25-2li lJl'z1k0 'f I rvlays. l lt X Mn' l-MOTllttl'-1lilllg'llll'l' ton. 2-Amos ilwitzttiollznl trzlvk movt. l l X X 6-Vocal musiv tbstivzll alt Fort Dodgc. 15-Fircsquud pic-nic. IT- llistrivt golf and tonnis meets. 22'-Big' pal, little pal pic-nic. 23- -- I l N "' Vl'l10els got propel' l'Ci'0Q,'lllll0H alt 2lXYHl'llS assembly. 2-l-Stzltv truck. S F golf, l0llIllS mQOts. 25-BHOCQIl2lll1'0ilTQ. 26-SOIll0l' pivuiv at l'ouut1'y "-- clull. Qllxvlllllllll'-SC'lll0I' prom. 28-Italy ot' Vvst for S0lll0l'S. 29- cl0HlITl0lll'0lIl0lll. 'A' Professional entertainment-Smalling calls 'em while Page fiddles i' John doesn't bite, Faith !lIlftll'Sl .Lia 0 fa fda Gam FRONT How: A. Knuths, Edgar, Giese, Three years ago the recreation center for the Ames high students was established. Many students turned in different names they thought would Ht the center, and the one best liked was ' ' Uyelone Center. " gf- X cgi Eighty-eight 1 N. Butler, Olsan BACK Row: G. Carter, Hippaka, Mrs. Sutherland, Abbott, Swank The Cyelone Center is a place where the students have the privilege to play ping pong, pool, cards, and dance, eat, make new friends and have soeial gatherings. Our Center of today is located in the basement of the bandshell, which is just a tem- porary place until we have a perma- nent youth eenter. The eenter has been sponsored by Mrs. Sutherland, who has done a splendid job of looking after the youth eenter for two years. Her job is not an easy one by any means, and she has devoted all of her time to the youth center and its members. If we students of Ames High want a new youth c-enter, mueh of the work is going to be left up to us to help with planning for it and getting it organized. Several business men and women are now helping us to locate a new youth eenter. ,Mr ' r x in P CTE Xyzqr ' as idx t ' if My ! we 1 i.Q1 .f J as ..., ,. ..A,, . i"0r6 b 5 qxxx ' f ., pfgy' Al, 'Q 'XIAHN 8 OLLIER GAI " The slogan tl1at's lmaclzeci lay genuine goociness in quality and service, the result of 43 years successful experience in the yearlaoolz field. We fincl real satisfaction in pleasing you, tile year- lvoolz puialisiier, as well as your photographer anti your printer. .IAHN S CLLIER ENGRAVING Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Color Commercial Artists - Photographers SI7 W. WASHINGTON BLVD.. CHICAGO 7, ILL. Your Ames Daily Tribune is edited for you .... too and BY YG Of Particular Interest to Ames High Students: ' The "Web" ' Teen Type ' Sports af f ir The TRIBUNE looks to Ames High as a source of a great deal of news. Your Weekly high school page-4'The Web," the student Written "Teen Type" column, and your aggres- sive athletic' program lend eharaeter and color to our pages. ir 'A' i' AMES DAILY TRIBUNE Compliments of . . ,1 COLLEGIATE MANUFACTURING COMPANY AM E s o WA SW 'k CHEV Au-1111s FLINT Am Ms Class of 1913 x H 1 S 1 1 Ulm of 1921 Best Wishes to the Senior Class 1947 'I v 1 OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS for the SPIRIT since 1936 HW EWHUIU Plzofograplzs That Plea-se Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1947 SQSQAAV 152, lr v Aispnutte ' R U 5 H 0 S tAQ.t Y..-w ' QQERQN RUSI-lING'S SUPERfVALU Just South of tho Trac-ks on Kellogg CONGRATUl.ATlQNS to the Class of 1947 ll You are living in the age of greatest progress the World has ever experienced in any man 's lifetime. il Your opportunity to be of service is correspondingly greater than any previous generation's. il More than anything else the World needs c1ear-think- ing, hard working men and women today. We con- gratulate you that as graduates of Ames High you are better prepared than most to take a place in that select assemblage. Y I men ofe H-,e 5+ AM ES ij, X ll Attention Teensters! It's The Fashion Floor for a wardrobe that will meet the mood 'Q of the moment .... school, - AA that I 1 fu, date or the sprung formal. ll ' 35Eq:jg' f 3' " special YOUNKERS AMES STORE inety-five SEN IORSJUN IORS-SOPI-IOMORES-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. 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. AMES STATFIONERS 16 THOUSAND ITEMS For your convenience Be it some small item-a screw-a tack or a bolt or a major appliance for your home 1 We Want your patronage and try to conduct our business so as to deserve it. af PAINT - STOVES - CHINAWARE - TOYS RADIOS - REFRIGERATORS - WASHING MACHINES COOKING WARES AND HOUSEWARES OF MANY KINDS CARR HARDWARE CO. Phone 124 Ninety-six FlO'LUC7'S . . are Words in Technicolor lb When the spoken word isn't enough, let 7 'X to cheer or to tell someone you love her flowers are words in Technicolor. . . I flowers-beautlful, fresh flowers-speak for you. To express sympathy, to honor, , l 7 . Il- ,, 4 3 COE'S FLOWER SHOPS Bonded Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery .4SSOC7llll1'0'IL, Inc. Downtown Campustown Sheldon-Munn Hotel 2542 Lincoln Way Phone 111 Phone 110 S For the unusual in portraits make your appointment now . . . Glamour and Casual Sittings OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR THE IOVVA STATE BOMB COLLEGETOWN STUDIO 109 WVeleh Ave. Phone 49 Ninety-seven MUSIC TI-If-XT LIVES COMPLETE CAMERA if and SHEET' BIUSIC PHOTO RECORDS, RADIOS SUPPLY TDEPVF. H1111 BAND INSTRUMENTS ESCHBACH Muslc HoUsE Congratulations Class of 1947 Looking into the Future . . To build or buy your own home as soon as you are financially able is Wise . . . and Will pay good dividends. H4 L. MUNN LUMBER Co. fy Best Wishes Class of 1947 To a Better World . . As never before we must Work for The future. 'A' i' if Hs.vHANs0N LUMBER eo. . . . Natures Finest Food x ff e e ' e se s -,, 1.,' "qq I - - ..f: 1:-54-yrs' CTNEIL DAIRY CUMPANY Prehm Transfer 64 Storage Co. 'k We Specialize in Long Distance Hauling 'A' ' Local Hauling ' Light Baggage Transfer ' Shipping-Packing ' Fumigating Service 420 Main Phone 2700 TOMS GRILL Ciznwrous OF Goon Foon ir if at Open daily ll a. m. 'til midnight Host fo Central Iowa Conference Athletic Association AIR CONDITIONED 119 MAIN STREET if 1 E05 f + GOOD FOOD AMES AMES SPORT SI-IDP Aflilwtic and Gym f'I0thz'ug A CUMPLE TE LINE HA HARRY F. ISROXVN Y Y W W Y sPo1:T1Nc4 EQUIPMIQNT FARM M111 'I' HRUW N PHONE 3-10 Phone 2598 2526 Linn-0111 XVZITV 13-UA: Main Amos, Iowa COLLEGE PIPE SHoP f :--r il mu Q PIU .lifh I Vznrly, .llr1gr1,21'mf.s, fVigfll"6lLILf'S o Q , T I-I E C A R Congmtulcztzons fm, Class of ,47 Joux STFCKYV, Owner Corncr of Lincoln VVuy and VVQIQI1 MDTHER and DAD TODAY F OR YO U TOM ORROYV Dahlberg 54 Anderson Motor Co. ACROSS THE STREET O I ri L Cvive Candy ar:-g:jtEQ251E':, E ' " RN '73 I ff5'?"Q5""'f'+' T,qygQS' I:51fi15fi311Qi3ififgxz-,, x :Jeff 'n I, p . , f, .. -'gg-Zi.:-23.1-I:.j-'j.2.1231 R' 0' e Lkww " xiii: 3-152-1:12--25:4-3:Z fiiliji. rrffllr fr. .QL 'Q 45" 5, 'f " " AA A ...-.g2:gt5:5g1'g25 Always the A-1 Gift Either in a Fancy Box or in a Paper Sack C011gra1ulafions Class of '47 EREDAS SWEET SHOP 2316 L. VVay Phone 290 Era n gos Restaurant Delightfully Appetizing Meals at COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE ff IVQ M alfa Om' Own I ce Cream 210 MAIN AMES, IOVVA Phone 1800 ELQWERS for you and yours at prices We all van afford. Corsages - VVeddiug Arrangements Sprays - Cut Flowers - Plants Congratulations Class of '4 VVhatever your chosen path may be, the ability to fly will be an asset to you. LET VS TEACH YOU? 'A' i' 'lr GREEN TURE FLORISTS HOWARD FLYING SERVICE 410 5th Street Phone 97 Municipal Airport Phone 2544 e hundred two it 215 FIFTH PHONE 911 I Consult Us for MODERN PLUMBING and HEATING INSTALLATIONS The Maxim' Plufmber Protects H10 Hmlflz of Hze Nflffl.01?f8.,, i' 'A' George Puffett C1xI2lSf8I' Plumborj Cf'-XRMELCRISP W C,'ARMELf'ORN W CANDY W ICE CREAM W ROOT BEER Our Vandy ls Specially I,l'l'lNll'f'd for flzis Shop Lyman Samo QUWIIQFD 11-I NI XIN PIIONE 1775 ongrafoafalfiond Kfdffff of f 7 and Ed ,MA ea Ar your jfafnre TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO. PRINTERS OF THE 1947 SPIRIT PHONE 180 O I ddtl Autoinotiife Agencies and Supplies Book Store ALLEN MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet - Buick Sales Service DUNLAP MOTOR COMPANY Oldsmobile Sales and Service Ames, Iowa STUDENT SUPPLY STORE Books for All Ages South of the Campus Phone 164 Bottling Company AMES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. "Drink a Bite to Eat at MATHISON MOTOR COMPANY AAA,-AAAAAAAAAAA 1 A0gf'ff1ff1jf'f AFAAAAAAAAA 323 5th f"""""""'""""""""""'i Phone 143 Building Materials MAX DUITCH AUTO EXCHANGE SCHOENEMAN BROS. LUMBER CO. Used Cars and Trucks Lllmbel' - Paint - C031 108 5th Buy or Sell Phone 1000 West End Of Maln Phone 264 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Candi! 1 214 Main st. Everything for the Automobile THE CANDXT KETTLE Home Made Candy and Confectious ' 6 TROW'S Packard and Willies , 3336 Lincoln Way Pnono 3001 Chiropractor Automobile Boclies - - - Repairing AMES WHEEL 85 FRAME ALIGNMENT CO. HUDSON CARS AND G.M.C. TRUCKS Banks and I nvestnients AMES BUILDING St LOAN ASSN. AMES, IOVVA . AMES TRUST 8: SAVINGS BANK "The Bank Where You Feel at Home" Barber and Beautg Shops CONTOURE BEAUTY SALON Lillian Anderson, Mgr. 251455 Lincoln Way Phone 2891 CURLIE'S BARBER SHOP 221 MAIN DR. C. B. KERR Chiropractor 501 Main Street A- - A - .YLYLWLY.,,w.,,'.i.,,v.w.w-,'.,,,,,,i,212 W Cleaners and Launclerers 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 Phone 98 LINDQUIST CLEANERS 120 HAYWARD PHONE 1700 Coal EDWARDS COAL COMPANY "Complete Heating Service" Phone 20 SUPERIOR BARBER SHOP Ames High's Favorite Haircutters 222 Main Street GILCHRIST COAL AND FEED CO. Coal - Fuel Oil - Feed Phone 232 One hundred four HALL COAL COMPANY Home Heating Service Phone 241 Dairy Products WOODLAND FARM DAIRY Dairy Products and Fountain Service 819 Lincoln Way Phone 435 Dentists AMES DENTAL STUDY CLUB Druggists BROOKER DRUG STORE Hotel Sheldon-Munn Prescription Druggists DIXON'S Cut Rate Drug Store rrrEigrgiiibrrortiiidhtigrrr MUNN ELECTRIC COMPANY Kitchen Modernization Headquarters Phone 500 rrrrrridliiirlndrititiiitiirrrrr IOWA RETAIL FARM EQUIPMENT ASSN. 208-210 5th Florists EVERTS FLOWER SHOP "Flowers for All Occasions" 208 Main Phone 490 Fufriiitiwe BENNETT 8: MQDANIEL FURNITURE A Friendly Store in a Friendly City Ames, Iowa Shop JUDISCH BROS. PHARMACISTS FLORENCE LANGFORD GIFT SHOP P -' t' Phone 70 rescrrr me We Deliver 413 DOUGLAS PHONE 554-J PETERSON DRUG CO. GWCWS "Drugs etc." 2816 West Street ' Phone 2865 WALTER REXALL DRUG Ames, Iowa AMES SERVICE FOOD MARKET Groceries - Fruits - Meats - Birds Eye Foods 2428 L. Way Phone 88 or 89 217' Mere Sr' Prrerre 93 AMES WHOLESALE FRUIT CO. SPRIGG'S PHARMACY PHONE 84 The Rexall Store West Ames Phone 1030 -WA:-Ax' Ayyly --luv AAst--A-AAAAAA-AAAAAAAAAA-AAAA, W A:-,W CAMPUS GROCERY ' Nationally Advertised Foods Dry Gogdg 103 Welch THE FAIR COLLEGE FOOD MARKET DFY G00dS - Ready to Wear - Millillefy Complete Line Quality F'oods, Meats, Vegetables Ames, Iowa. 2816 West Street Phone 994 MONTGOMERY WARD COMMUNITY AMES' MOST COMPLETE DEPT. STORE 114 Duff Ave- Greeerr fr Marker Phone 52 BEST WISHES to LITTLE CYCLONES J. C. PENNEY CO. FAREWAY STORES ECONOMICAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION O One hundred flue NINTH STREET FOOD MARKET Quality Foods at Reasonable Prices UNITED FOOD STORE BUY WELL-KNOWN BRANDS HERE WEST STREET GROCERY 2902 WEST ST. PHONE 2750 WHETSTONE'S FOOD STORE 111 KELLOGG PHONE 622 Hardware COAST-TO-COAST STORES Hardware, Auto Accessories Furniture FIRESTONE STORE Tire Headquarters for Ames 215 Main Ames, Iowa Phone 172 Hatchery AMES HATCHERY COMPANY , Chicks - Equipment - Poultry - Eggs 123 Kellogg Ave. Phone 1025 Hotels and Tourist Courts CONOCO MOTEL Modern Cottages - Locked Garages Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bourne E. Lincoln Way HOTEL AMES 5th AND DOUGLAS SEAMAN A. KNAPP General Insurance Masonic Bldg. Phone 109 LAGRANGE INSURANCE AGENCY 20 Years Successful Insurance Business in Ames "Insurance and Its Service" A. J. MARTIN If It's Insurance or Real Estate We Have It Phone 161 213 5th Street MCDOWELL INSURANCE AGENCY "Insure in Sure Insurance" Phone 51 Ames, Iowa 319 Main MCDOWELL REAL ESTATE AGENCY "The Spot for Ho-mes" Bill Vogt, Mgr. Phone 51 319 Main Jewelers ABBOTT JEWELRY STORE Expert Watch Repairing 200 Main Street MAURICE D. BATES, JEWELER ' Diamonds - Watches 2400 Lincoln Way Phone 2027 CHARLES G. RAY Jeweler 220 Main Street Phone 230-W FRANK T. TALBERT, JEWELER PHONE 820 La-ufyers HAROLD O. HEGLAND 31414, Main Street Phone 531 HOTEL SHELDON-MUNN HIRSCHBURG 85 REYNOLDS The Grid 30055 Main Street A 'Tangney-McGinn Hotel Phone 578 I usrurauce and Real Estate LOUIS H, JUDISCH 209175 Main Ph 268 ASH AND ATKINSON 'me Full Coverage Insurance Service ""'"C'C'A'A'AI""'T7A7O"""'""""'O"' City Loans - Investments Lpqthgr Goodg BURTON INSURANCE AGENCY Earl Holtz, Mgr. 511 Main Ames, Iowa Phone 552 LUGGAGE Sz LEATHER STORE BERT MOSER One hundred stat IR' 5 1, M61i's Clotliiers L'TRIO RESTAURANTS DON BEAM 409 BURNETT PHONE 99 MENSWEAR L-WAY CAFE JAMESON'S 4 Young Men's Wearing Apparel FINE FOOD College Downtown JOE S MEN S SHOPS MAID-RITE SANDWICH SHOP ' ' "Fo th B t H b ' Young Men's Wearing Apparel F Ein ggownim mger 212 Main-Downtown 2536 Lincoln Way-College Jo1N THE GANG AT Mronnvs THE MILEPOST Published Every Thursday I'I""op2iiie2LliQiQ"WW JENSEN OPTICAL CO. Dr. R. T. Drummond, Opt. 216 Main , Phone 1132 DR. F. E. ROBINSON Optometrist 615 Grand Avenue W'i5'iilil''iizLlgQlWQlT1i'iiLigg'' IRVINE Paint and Wallpaper Store Artist Materials ORNING GLASS AND AWNING CO. Automobile and Plate Glass Quality Mirrors and Awnings Plz otolqmfplziers HILL 'S STUDIO Home of Tru-Color Portraits 2530 Lincoln Way Phone 347 Pipe Shop PEDERSEN CIGAR STORE 221 Main St. Phone 1810 Ames, Iowa Plumber PALMER PLUMBING -CO. Heating, Plumbing, Electric Appliances Phone 1091 Restaurants HOSTETTER'S RESTAURANT FOOD AT ITS BEST JUST EAST OF THE COLLEGIAN NICOLET CAFE "Home Cooked Meals" 2812 West Street RAINBOW COFFEE SHOP HOMECOOKING AND FINE SERVICE SOVEREIGN GRILL For Quick Service Phone 3181 2604 Lincoln Way T Sz M SANDWICH SHOP CORNER OF 5th AND BURNETT TOPSY'S Food At Its Best 117 Welch Phone 1845 WHITE SPOT Sandwiches and Donuts 2522 Lincoln Way Phone 2879 Service Stations BRINTNALL'S Standard Oil Products 416 Burnett Phone 418 FALL OIL CO. Tire Headquarters 510 Lincoln Way Phone 259 FREELS SERVICE 2602 LINCOLN WAY PHONE 95 HOFFMAN SERVICE STATION Quality Petroleum Products 503 Duff Phone 1274 One hundred sau? A WOLF 'S D-X SERVICE EMERHOFF 'S Dependable Footwear PHONE 3211 219 Main YATES SERVICE STATION TlL66LIf67'S One Stop Service 327 5th Phone 58 MAKE A DATE - - - SEE A MOVIE .,,,-Av., ,,,-.,,,,,g,,, ,,,,,A,,, Always the Finest First Colegian - "New Ames" - Varsity - Capitol BAUGE SHOE STORE TMWSYOOWMOW 204 Main Street Supreme Shoe Service MIDWEST TRANSIT LINES Serves Ames High Daily BRANNBERGHS FOOTWEAR M OAAA f'P?fi?1?i?'f AAAAAAA - Properly Fitted A 317 Main Street W'0mefn,'s Apparel THE BIG SHOE STORE LILA B. FROMM Everything in Footwear Ready to Wear and Accessories 240 Main 313 Main Phone 830 Abbott, Beverly . Adams, Mr. Frank . Adams, Mr. Herbert Adams, John . . Adolph, Miss Florence . Ahlquist, Edward . Aikman, Jim . Alderman, Valois . Aldinger, Karl . Alexander, Colleen . Alexander, Ruby . Allbaugh, Bill . Allbert, Bob . Allbert, Muriel . . Allen, Philip . . Altemeier, Mary Lou Amme, Bob . . Amundson, Wayne . Anderson, Carl . Anderson, Marilyn Angle, John . Armstrong, Mary Lou Arney, Rogene . . Arnold, Page . Arrasmith, Dick . Arrasmith, Paul Arrasmith, Sharon . Ballard, Velma . Bappe, Dale . Bappe, Joanne . Barber, Bill . Barber, John . Barnard, Anne . One hundred eight 39, 48 . 18 . 15 21, 43, 45, 56 14, 16, 35, 68, 15, 16, 38, 34, 35, 48 Jada Barnes, Forrest Barrie, Alex . Beam, Donald Beard, Elizabeth Bechtel, Dave Beckley, Marilyn Beckley Russell Beeman, Joe . Behling, Doris Bell, Charles . Bell, Darlene Bell, Melvin . Bennett, Elizabeth . Bergeson, Kenneth Berglund, Mrs. Margie Blair, Frank . . Blanchard, Alice . Bliss, Lois . Bloomberg, Mary . Bond, Bill . . Borgmeyer, Robert . Bourne, Alvin . Bower, Miss Edna . Bowers, Hubert Bowers, Marilyn . Bradshaw, Bernis Branigan, George . Breckenridge, Eleanor Breckenridge, Esther Briley, Bea . . Brintnall, Mr. N. J. Brown, Norman . Brown, Wayne . 14, 15, 16, 14, 15 16, 34, 42,49, 68, 78, 79 . . . . 40 . . . . 76 . . 6, 21, 52 21, 39, 54, 63, 68, 79, 88 . . 36, 47, 48, 83 . '. 40 37, 78 . 37 . 40 . 20 . 36, 48 . 35, 52 . 40 . . . 6 . . 39, 78 21, 47, 52, 82, 87 . . 35, 47 35, 48, 49 . 38, 46 . 21, 57, 72 16, 21, 78, 79 . 12, 48, 49 35, 78, 79 . 40 . . . . 35 . . 40, 71, 78 21, 44, 45, 49, 51, 52, 82 22, 44, 45, 49, 50, 52, 82 . . . 14, 39 . . . . 8 20, 22, 49, 50, 54, 68, 79 15, 18, 40, 48, 57, 71, 78 Burnham, Bill . Burton, Jim . Burton, Patricia . Butler, Mary Lou . Butler, Nancy . Byrus, Bill . Calhoun, Clair . Campbell, Ronald . Canvin, Miss Madeline Carter, George . Carter, Shirley . Chambers, Dolores Chivers, Esther Christensen, Andy . Christensen, Don . Christensen, Duane Christianson, Ernest Clapp, Dorothy . Clapp, Richard . Clark, Bernard Clark, Danny Clark George . Clark, James Clark Marjorie . Clark Patt . . Clausen, Ada Marie Cleary, Richard . Clemens, Howard Cody, Bill . Coe, Ramona . . Cole, Salle . . Comstock, Mary Ann Conroy, Joanna . Cook, Bert . . Cook, Frank . Cooper, Ann . Covey, Mr. Hiram Cox, Florence . Craig, Betty . Craig, Marlene . Craig, Mildred . Crawford, Joan Crosley, Kay . . Crosley, Wayne . Cunningham, Mr. Ray Cunningham, Virginia Daine, Bill . . Daine, John Daine, Mary Dale, Bob . Daley, Bob . Daugherty, Joe . Daulton, Colleen . Daulton, Merritt Davis, Carol . . Davis, Richard Day, Lyla . Day, Sylvia . DeBruyn, Robert . DeLaHunt, Stan . . 22 . 40 . 38 . 36 . 22 . 18, 37 . 15, 16 . 18, . 14, 23, 52, 55, 57, . 36, 48 23, 49, 57, 63, Dickinson, Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson, John . Diehl, Douglas . Dietz, Annetta Dodd, Charles . Donaldson, June . Dryer, Bob . . Dryer, Delores Dunlap, Jack . Durby, Illa Jean . Dyas, Mary K. . Easter, Mr. Ronald Edgar, Margaret . Edmand, Caroline . Edwards, Mr. David . Edwards, Don . . Egemo, Robert . Eggert, Merle . Elliot, Mrs. Grayce Elliot, Mrs. Rose . Ellsworth, Ed . Elwell, Joe . Emery, Robert Emery, Ronald Ernst, Charles . Ernst, Robert . Ernst, Ronald . Ersland, Jerry . . Eschbach, Phyllis Esry, Frances . Esry, Norma , . Ethington, Marilyn Ferguson, Alice . Finch, LaNette . Fincham, Dick Finholt, Wayne . Fitch, Faith . Fitzgerald, Cleo . Fitzsimmons, John . Fjare, Paul . . Forsyth, Patt Foust, Shirley . Fowler, Margaret . Freel, Betty . Gaessler, Bill Gamble, Jack . Garfield, John Giese, Mary Jo Gilman, Jane Glasson, Tom . Goodspeed, Jean Gore, Gore, Gord, Gord, Gould Gould Grant Green, Green, Beverly . Bruce . Eugene Eva May Gloria Janet . Jack . Don Judy . 9,18,47 . 35,72,78 . . . 36 20,23,42,52,82 . . 23,82 . 23 . 23 4Q46 . 38 . 36 23,52 . . 10,20 . 23,49,90 23,47,49,52,83 . . . 8 . 39,71,78 . ,14,20,23 . 36,58,68,78 . . 7 . . . 12 . . . 38 14,20 23,49,57,78 . . , 16,40 . . 24,77 . 39,68,71,78 24 63,68,78,79 . . 39,71,78 . . . 4Q51 24,44,45 48,49,7o,8z . . . . 37 . . 40 . . 18,47 24 44,45,5o,52 . . . 24 . 14 16,38,71,78 . . 34,36,a8,72 17,20,24 43,44,52,89 . . . 38,46 . . . 51,78 . . . . 40 6,20,24 44,45,49,82 . . 38,48,52,59 24 44,45,52,68 . . . 35 . 17,35,47,57 . . . 38,71 . 35 57,s8,79,89 18,35,44 45,48,82,90 . . 40,40,48 39,46 . . 89,48 . . 39,48 17 16, 34, 37 14, 20 One 24, 42, 72, 78 . . 36 . 37, 52 24, 48, 52. 59 . . 24 38, 72, 78, 79 24, 68, 78, 79 39, 46, 48, 72 h'll'IMi1'6Cl 'nine Wilma . . Green, Mrs. Myrna Grinstead, Ted . Gross, Bobbi . Gulliver, Elizabeth Haas, Kurt . . Hagen, 'Tunney . Hahn, Gary . Hainer, John . . Halden, Frank Hall, Bob . Hall, Dick Hall, Joanne . Hall, Virginia . Hansel, Bob . . Hanson, Luella . Harestad, Conrad Harper, Dean . Harper, Lowell . Hartt, Mr. Donald Hartt, Kenneth Hauser, Duane . Haveman, Jean . Hawk, Harriet Hawk, Herbert . Hegland, Richard Henderson, John . Henneman, Joyce Hills, Joan . . Hines, Don . Hines, Max . . Hinrichsen, Louise Hippaka, Bill . Hoff, Janet . . Hoffman, Jim Holl, Bill . . Holland, Chester . Holland, Leslie Holland, Stan . Holler, Van . . Holmes, Jean . Honsinger, Bobby Horns, Joanne . Hotchkiss, Alicia Houk, Pauline Howell, Mr. C. B. , Hudson, Bill Hukill, Bill . Huse, Don . . Hutchens, Wanetta Inman, Marjorie . Iverson, Myron Iverson, Rosie . Jackson, Norman Jacob, Phyllis . Jarrett, Don . Jensen, Harris Jensen, Howard John, Mary Sue . Johns, Bob . Johns, Eleanor . One hundred ten 17, 34 25, 43, 44, 14, 16, . 25 24, 42 24 35, 44 38 45, 49 16, 38 40, 48 38 25 35 16, 25 49, 57,68 . 35 . . 39,46 . . 25 25,49,56,57,68 25 36,49,51,52, 35, 35, . 25, 47, 52, . 17 20, 26, 25, 47, 44, 51 26, 49 26 54, 63 40, 46 26, Johnson, Adele . Johnson, Darlene Johnson, Evertt . Johnson, Jerry . Johnson, Norma . Johnson, Tom . Jones, Jean . Judge, Barbara . Kauffman, Harold . Kelley, Don . , Kelley, William Kelly, Tom . . Kennedy, Mrs. Bernice Kennedy, Jean . Kershner, Diana . Kester, Miss Florence . King, Kenneth . King, Mary Ann , King, Tom . Kirwin, Knight, Shirley . Jack . Knudson, Helen . Knuths, Knutson Constance , Audrey . Knutson, Lois . Koch, David . Kooser, Ray . Kyle, Virginia. . Lackore, Marlyn . LaGrange, Bill . Lake, Jim . Lande, Delores . Lantz, Judy . Larsen, Patricia Larson, Dave . Larson, Max . . Lawlor, Conrad . Lechner, Joan . Lett, Mr. Omar . Lidell, George . Likely, Florence . Lillard, Lindgren, Miss Eva . Litchfield, Commodore Litchfield, Dorothy . Livingston, Barbara Lodden, Delores . Long, Ray . . Lush, Mrs. Adeline Lynch, Dick . McCann, Jo . McCarty, Merrill . McClure, Jon . McCormick, Mary . McDonald, Janet . McDonald, Norma McFarland, Bob . McFarland, Lee . McNally, Miss Mary McNeil, Don . . 15,16,37 . . 39, 54 . 18, 26, 42, 44, 45, 82 . 26 36,57 . ss,4s, 26,68,72 . 37,44 35,47 26,47 . . 27,49 14,4o,57,71, . . 35 16,34,35,44 . 35 . 12,4L 15,39 27,63 27,48 . 16,40 1s,27,44.45 . . 18 27,49,52 . . 27 20, 28, 42, 50, 68 17, 37, 43, 46, 53 Mather, McNeil, McNeil, Doris . Susan . Maitland, Dorothy Malmberg, Nancy Martin, Bill . Martin, Delores . Martin, Fred . Martin, Dick . Marvin, Janis Marvin, Patricia . Roger . Mathews, Phyllis . Matsen, Phyllis . Matters, Doris Meek, Keith . . Meldrum, Mary Ann Merrill, Peggy . Merritt, Richard . Miller, Betty . Miller, Don . Miller, Janet . Miller, Miss Jean . Miller, Phyllis . Miller, Miss Ruth . Miller, Virginia . Molleston, Jerry Moore, Norma . Moore, Owen . Moore, Sheila . Morford, Shirley Morgan, Kendall . Morris, Robert . Mundt, Miss Edna Munn, Deborah . Munn, Fritz . . Munn, Mr. Hiram . Munson, Marvin . Murphy, Joyce . Murray, Dave . Murray, Dr. William Myers, Russell . Myhre, Ted . Myrland, Donna . Neff, Nancy . . Nelson, Miss Charlotte Nelson, John . Netcot, Dollie . Netcott, Janice . Newell, Harold . Nichols, Wanda . Nicholson, Jack . Norris, Patricia . Oakes, Sam . Olsan, Charlotte . Orr, William . Orth, John . Parish, Tom . Parriott, Dick . Paulson, Leonard . Pederson, Ellen . 35,4-1, . 14, 14, 16, 17, . 14, Peters, Jack . . Peterson, Betty Jo Peterson, George . Peterson, Nancy Peterson, Wayne . Piercy, Dr. Kenneth Pierre, Mary . . Pierson, Marilyn Plagman, Mary . Polhemus, Tom . Powell, Colleen Powers, Mary . Prather, James . Prather, John . Puffett, George . Raber, Pat . . Ramsey, Marion . Ray, Doris Ann . Read, Mary . . Reents, Miss June Ringgenberg, Bob . Ritland, Mr. Everett Robertson, Ella Mae Robertson, Jim . Robinson, Miss Opal Rogers, Mary . . Rorabough, LeRoy . Rosenberger, Winfield Ross, Betsy . . Ross, Dale . Ross, Mary . . Rothacker, Mark . Rouze, Verna . Rowe, Darrell . Rozeboom, Robert . Runkel, Ramon . Rushing, Marylee . Ryan, Kenneth . Rynkiewitz, Bonnie Sampson, Christopher Sandman, Geraldine Sass, David . . Sayre, Miss Laura . Schneider, Rosemary Schreiber, Joan . Schultz, Charles Schultz, Elinor . Schulz, Jacqueline . Schulz, Ted . . Sclarow, Marshall . Seaman, Helmut . Severson, Dulcie . Shaffer, Robert Sheesley, John . Shockley, Mary . Sills, Deloris . . Simmering, Mr. Laurence . Singer, Don . . Skinner, Robert . Slaichert, Mr. William . 17 29, 47 . 16 . 35 . 30 . 30, . 17 16, 17, 20, 30 . 15 . 14 One hundred eleven Smalling, Mr. Ray . Smith, Lavonia . Smith, Pat . Smith, Rozella . Smith, Terry . Smith, William . Soma, Marilyn . Sorenson, Jo Ann . Sowers, Max . Spangler, Wayne . Sprague, Phyllis . Speck, Pat . Spies, Kenneth Stahl, John . Standley, Jack Steele, Dick . . Stevenson, Valerie . Stewart, Bob . Stock, Rita . Stoops, Lyle . . Summers, Beverly . Swank, Dick . Swanson, Maurice . Sweeney, Jacqueline Switzer, Delores . Taft, John . 'Taylor Donna Taylor, John . Taylor Keith . Taylor Margaret Taylor Ray . 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