Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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 RMES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLTo Donald Hartt, teach- er, coach, and friend, we the SPIRIT staff, humbly dedicate as a lasting trib- ute, the 1 957 SPIRIT. four“Students of Ames Senior High, Proud of our school are we . . . Doing the best for our high school, Ames High, Aims High five i Table of Contents Administration Seniors Underclassmen Organizations Athletics six Special EventsSPIRIT Stuff BARBARA Kl RTZ .............. Editor-in-Chief FAITH h KING Assistant Editor MARA McTAGLE Copy Editor PRUE CAMPBELL Assistant Copy KATHA Vt OLF Art Editor JERRA SHI PLEA Business Manager RICHARD KATHIE HOWELL Advertising Manager CHI CK JUDGE Assistant Advertising Manager ELLEN MOLLESTON ............ Photo Editor •STELLA DIXON Assistant Photo Editor DAVE HILLMAN ... Photographer JO ANN GEIGER ............... Publicity Editor TRUM P—Sponsor sevenADMINISTRA TION Knowledge, in truth, is the burning lamp in the firmament. Life and pow- er are scattered with all its beams.Superintendent Heading the governing body of the Ames public school system for the second year was Walter Hetzel, who coordinated the activities and func- tions of the Ames schools. Mr. Hetzel served as the executive officer of the Board of Education, the body that is responsible for all school policies and financial matters. Assisting him in the office were: Frank B. Howell, secretary to the Board of Education: Mrs. Grayce Elliott, secretary to the Superintendent: Miss Laura Sayre, secretary to Mr. Howell: Mrs. Edna H. Davis, bookkeeper; and Mrs. Julie Klindt and Mrs. Betty Boldt, secretaries. The office staff was responsible for answering phone calls, receiving visitors, writing letters, and assisting Mr. Hetzel in any other way they could. Statistical reports, the annual budget, and bul- letins concerning school policies were also pre- pared by the office staff. Back: Mrs. Grayer I. Elliott, Mrs. Julie Klirult, Mrs. Betty Boldt. Front: Mrs. Edna H. Paris. Miss Laura Sayre.Board of Education Left to right: James Frazier, Mrs. Lee Rosebrook, Thomas Hannum, Frank B. Howell, Frank K. Adams, Walter L. Hetzel, Mrs. Julia Cole Wei den. Ear! Holtz, Dr. J. M. Walter. In charge of all financial matters and school policies for the Ames schools was its governing body, the Board of Education. School board elections are held each March to elect members for three-year terms. Terms are staggered, so there will always be expe- rienced members on the Board. Officers of the 1956-57 Board of Educa- tion were: Frank B. Howell, secretary; Hiram Munn, treasurer: and Walter Hetzel, super- intendent. The superintendent is elected by the Board. He acts as the executive officer. The Board also appoints a secretary each year, and a treasurer is elected every two years. The secretary of the Board also serves as a purchasing agent. His duties include the purchasing of school property and the respon- sibility for the rental of school property. Members of the 1956-57 Board of Educa- tion were: James Frazier, Thomas E. Man- num, Earl Holtz, Mrs. Lee Rosebrook, J. M. Walter, and Mrs. Julia Cole Welden. Regular meetings of the Board of Educa- tion were held on the second Monday of each month. They were open to the public. Special meetings were called when necessary. elevenPrincipal Assisting Mr. Adams in the of- fice and leading busy lives were Mrs. Daisy Flack and Mrs. Ruth Green. The secretaries performed a multitude of services for Ames High, a few of which included typ- ing daily bulletins, weekly calen- dars, and stamping passes. They also filled in excuse slips, wrote letters, and acted as receptionists. They were assisted by the student help: Celia Hammond, Carol Cum- mings, Sandy Shultz, and Karyl Sills. They helped with the general office work. Holding down the executive eat in Arne- High School was Principal Herbert Adams, to whom Ames High School students will for- ever be indebted for support and guidance. The responsibility of administering the high school, organizing and coordinating all the various groups and units, and guiding the students were all included in the duties of Mr. Adams. He acted as a clearing agent for all problems of the school, and interpreted and executed the rules and regulations of the Board of Education as they affected the high school. Making out a schedule of classes for each member of the student body, advising the teachers, the students and the student groups were also responsibilities of the principal. Mr. Adams also spent part of his busy year welcoming visitors and new students, in- terviewing student teachers and supervising high school organizations. Mrs. Ruth Green twelveFaculty ■■Bw 'w mm LEI.AND ALLISON art supervisor LEONARD BENGSTON metal shop MADELENE CANVIN hookkeeping, personal typ- ing, awards committee HIRAM COVEY economics, sociology, gov- ernment. track coach, sophomore basketball coach, assistant football coach DOROTHY DE HAMER stenography, office train- ing. pep club WAYNE CROSS vocal music RICHARD DAY instrumental music super- visor, band, pep band ELIZABETH DICKENSON librarian, library club. Red Cross Council ROSE ELLIOT Latin, German, service committee thirteenfourteen I'uculty DOUGLAS ENGELHAKDT orchestra BETTY GRUBB American history, plane geometry AVONELLE GARRETT commercial law. American history, special typing, de- bate. noon hour library social committee ROBERT HAMILTON speech, drama, palm club GWENDOLYN LINDHAL plane geometry WALLACE LINN American history, basket- ball coach, sophomore foot- ball coach, golf coach DOROTHEA GIENGER vocational homemaking DALE HIEDEMAN solid geometry. applied math, physics, assistant in- tramural director GEORGE MacBRIDE industrial arts, junior clas sponsorFaculty . MARY McNALLY problems of written and oral expression, world liter- ature. general treasurer, guidance counselor, wel- coming committee KENNETH PAGE American government, world history, citizenship committee work experience, coopera- tive training, related train- ing. assembly committee I RUTH MILLER algebra, solid geometry, trigonometry, fire squad. Girl Reserve EVERETT RITLAND English literature, adult education director, boys' advisor, student council and senior class sponsor GERALD SIELERT driver training, audio-visual aids OSCAR GIRTH sophomore English. Ameri- can literature, athletic treasurer, tennis coach Y m LEOLA RUCH sophomore English RAYMOND SMALLING boys' physical education, intramural director, base- ball coach fifteenFaculty ESTHER SMITH girls’ physical education. G.A.A., cheer squad EDWIN STONE mechanical drawing, driver training. Hi-Y FLOYD STURTEVANT chemistry, biology, radio club, science club EVELYN THOMPSON sophomore English. Ameri- can literature, speech HETTY TROl'T vocational homemaking. F.H.A. Sixteen RICHARD TRUMP biology. SPIRIT. photo club KENNETH WELLS boys’ physical education, athletic director, football coach, track and basket- ball assistant coach, var- sity club, counselor.Faculty FRANK WETHERILL French, Spanish. Hi-Y. CHARLOTTE WHITNEY girls’ advisor, cubs' club, journalism, English litera- ture. Web, Girl Reserve, radio program coordinator, election, publicity commit- tees. EDNA WILCOX American literature. Girl Reserve. seventeen Now. this lever .. . Just one of those daysSchool Nurse Ever present to meet the needs of Ames High students was Miss Ruth Eeklind. our school nurse. Miss Eeklind was present in her office each morning from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and from 12:45 p.m. to 1 p.m. to issue admit slips to all students absent three or more days from school. Miss Eeklind also admin- istered first aid for all minor emergency cases. Eye and ear examinations were given by Miss Eeklind. who endeavored to carry out the Ames health program. This program consisted of two main points: eye. ear. and physical examinations for all students, and the checking of communicable disease in the Ames schools. Custodians Busy all day long were our three custodians, Sylvester Newkirk, Paul Sherman, and Joe Middents. They arrived at school every morning to unlock the doors and sweep the gym. They busied themselves during the day by keeping each room and hall in good condition. Many incidental jobs such as set- ting up the stage for assemblies, sweeping the gym after basketball games, and the hall after high school parties were a few of their other tasks. Making general repairs around school was also included in their duties. eighteenCafeteria Staff Left to right: Mrs. Marsh. Mrs. Erickson. Mrs. Moreland. One hundred and sixty well-balanced meals were planned and served to Ames High students and teachers each noon by Mrs. Maude Marsh, and her assistants, Mrs. Cornelia Erickson, and Mrs. Anna Moreland. They were assisted by the student help, who proved to be invaluable to the operation and procedure of the cafeteria. Charlotte Clapp. Carol Arrasmith. Theil Baumann, and Edith Foder- burg served in the line while Roger Teig served the faculty lunches. Mary Arthur and Barbara Erickson acted as cashiers and took the receipts to the bank. The K. P. duties were carried out by Bill Donels. Steve Howell. Jim Ayres. Jim Brag- onier. and Dick Gulliver. Maureen Larson was in charge of setting the menu each day.SENIORS To future senior classes, we wish the worthwhile experiences and pleasant memories which we have enjoyed.Senior Senate Back: Molles ton, Gammaek, Mr. Ritland, Stevens. J. Alexander. Stempel. Front: Allen. Christy. Sucher, Elder. A busy year filled with many activities climaxed the high school career of almost two hundred seniors who reluctantly, but fondly bid Ames High farewell this spring. The senior class governing body, the Senior Senate, was in charge of all these activities which included graduation and baccalaureate. The Senate was composed of four very capable class officers and one representative elected from each homeroom. Chuck Elder served as class president and Dave Sucher filled the post of vice president. The offices of secretary and treasurer went to Susan Allen and Larry Christy respectively. Representatives elected from each homeroom were: Jo Alexander. 237: Terry Moore. 235: Jack Stevens. 232: Lynn Stempel. 208: Bill Gammaek. 213: and Ellen Molleston. 110. L'nder the guidance of Everett Ritland. class sponsor, the Senate sponsored several money- making projects to finance the senior picnic and other Senior Week activities. The biggest of these projects was the senior class play given in May. twenty-twoSeniors AEGERTER, JOHN CHARLES Ba-eball 2. 3: Bovs’ Glee Club 2. 3; Football 3; Hi-Y 2. 3; Moved from Rinard. Iowa 2. ALEXANDER, RONALD Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. ANDERSON. JOE MERLIN Band 1. 2, 3: Boys' Glee Club 1; Choir 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Homeroom Secretary 2: Intra- mural Council 3: Track 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 2. 3. BALDUS. ROBERT LARRY Basketball 1. 2. 3: Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Homeroom Vice President 2: Intramural Coun- cil 1: Track 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 2. 3: Hi-Y Cabinet 3. BAUMANN. THEIL Class Play 2: Dramatics 2, 3; GAA 1. 2. 3: Representative 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 3: Homeroom Secretary 1, 2; Junior Red Cross 3; Library Club 2. 3: Palm Club 3: Pep Club 3. Council 3. BELL. JOYCE Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. ALEXANDER, JO GAA 1. 2. 3. Representative 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Pep Club 3; Senior Sen- ate 3. ALLEN. SUSAN ERICKSON Class Secretary 3: Class Play 2; Cubs’ Club 1. 2. 3. Secretary 1; Dramatics 1, 2. 3: GAA 1. 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Cabinet 3; Homeroom President 1. 2, Activity Director 2; Palm Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3; Senior Senate 3: SPIRIT 1; Student Council 1. 2, Secretary 1. 2. BACKOUS, SHIRLEY IRENE Choir 2. 3; Class Treasurer 2; GAA 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3. Cabinet 2; Glee Club 1; Homeroom Secretary 2; Junior Executive Council 2; Pep Club 3, Secretary 3. Council 3. BALDUS. JERRY FRANCIS Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Homeroom Vice President 2; Hi-Y Cabinet 3. BELL. CORRINE JOAN Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. BERCK, IRA S. Dramatics 1. 2. 3; Film Oper- ators’ Club 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3: Homeroom Secretary 3; Palm Club 2. 3. Vice President 3. twenty-threeSeniors BERENSTEIN, ELLEN Dramatics 1, 2, 3; FHA 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Glee Club 2. 3; Palin Club 3; Pep Club 2; SPIRIT 2. BERRY, MARVIN EUGENE Hand 1; Choir 2. 3. Vice Presi- dent 3; Firesquad 1. 2. 3: Foot- ball 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Repre- sentative 2; Homeroom Vice President 1. 3; SPIRIT 3; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club 2. 3. BISHOP. ROBERT Boys’ Glee Club 2. 3; Choir 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. BLYTH. SARA JANE GAA 1. 2. 3, Representative 2: Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 3; Library Club 3; Pep Club 3. BOHREN. JAMES FREDERICK Football 3; Hi-Y 3; Moved from Lafayette. Indiana 3. BORTS. PAUL DARWIN Boys’ Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Representative 3; Junior Red Cross 2. BERRY. ROBERT W. Basketball 1; Football I. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Track 1. 2; Var- sity Club I. 2. 3. BIESTER. CHARLOTTE C. GAA 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 3: Orchestra 1. 2: Pep Club 3. BLACK. DUANE ALLYN Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Representative 2: Photo Club I. BOEKE. CHARLENE GAA 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Glee Club 2: Library Club 1. 2. 3. Secretary 3: Moved from Hub- bard. Iowa 1. BOMBERGER. J. EDWARD Bovs’ Glee Club 1; Class Play 2; Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Photo Club 2: Track 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 1, 2. 3. BOURNE, GENEVA MARIE Band 1. 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Homeroom Secretary 3: Jun- ior Red Cross 2. 3: Pep Club 3. Council 3.Seniors BRADLEY. KAREN GAA 1. 2; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Jun- ior Red Cross 1; Library Club 2; Pep Club 3. BUCHHOLTZ, WILLIAM JOHN Band 1. 2. 3; Choir 1, 2. 3; Fire- squad 1,2. 3; Football 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, Representative 3: Orches- tra 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1. 2, 3. BURTON. CLARENCE L. Film Operators' Club 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. CALLAHAN. ROBERT CHARLES Basketball 1. 2; Band 1, 2. 3; Choir 1. 2. 3: Class Play 2: Firesquad 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. President 3. Cabinet 3: Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 1. President 1. 2; Radio Club 1: Student Council 1. 2, Vice President 2: Track 1. 2: Varsity Club 2. 3. CARR. ROGER ALLAN Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Representative 2: Radio Club 2. 3, Officer 2. 3: Track 1. 2. CARVER. JANE ANN Band 1. 2, 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Orchestra 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. BROWN, DIANE MARIE Cubs' Club 2; FI IA 1; Girl Re- serve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, President 3; Junior Red Cross 3; Library Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2. 3. BUCHMAN, PAT Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. BUSBY. DALE Band 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. CARLSON, TOM Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. CARTER. STANLEY WILLIAM JR. Hi-Y 2. 3; Rifle Club 3; Track 2. 3: Moved from Delanco. New Jersey 1. CHEEVER. JULIA ROSELLA GAA 3; Girl Reserve 3; Glee Club 3; Pep Club 3; Moved from Chapin. Iowa 3. twenty-fiveSeniors CHITTENDEN, CAROL DIANE Dramatics 1. 2, 3; CAA 1. 2. 3; Cirl Reserve 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Pep Club 3. CLARK. JUDY GAIL Band 1. 2; Choir 2. 3; GAA 1. 2. 3, Cabinet 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1: 2. 3. Cabinet 2. 3. Representa- tive 1. 3; Glee Club 1; Home- room President 1. 2; Pep Club 3; Orchestra 1; SPIRIT 2; Stu- dent Council 1. 2. COE. DEBRA ANN Band 2. 3; GAA 1, 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Representative 3; Glee Club 1, 2: Library Club 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. COVEY, ROBERT L. Basketball 1. 2. 3; Choir 2; Firesquad 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Homeroom President 1; Student Council 1; Track 1. 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2. 3. CURRY. SHARON GAY Cubs’ Club 1. 2. 3; Debate 2; Film Operators’ Club 2. 3: GAA 1; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3. Repre- sentative 3; Glee Club 2. 3; Jun- ior Red Cross 3; Pep Club 3; Radio Club 3; Science Club 3. Secretary 3. DREESZEN, LYNN ARMOND Band 1, 2. 3, Librarian 3; Boys' Glee Club 2; Choir 1, 2. 3; Class Play 2: Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intramural Council 2; Radio Club 1; Track 1. CHRISTY. LARRY H. Boys’ Glee Club 2. 3. President 3: Choir 1. 2. 3; Class Treasurer 3: Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Homeroom Vice President 3; Senior Senate 3: SPIRIT 2. 3: Student Treas- urer 3. CLINK. STERLING A. Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Radio Club 1: Moved from Boone. Iowa 1. COMBS. JACK DUANE Dramatics 1. 2: Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2, 3; Science Club 3. CUMMINGS. CAROL Band 1: Cubs' Club 2. 3: De- bate 3: Film Operators’ Club 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1: Junior Red Cross 3; Library Club 3: Pep Club 3. DOBSON. VIRGINIA RUTH Choir 2. 3: GAA 2, 3; Cirl Re- serve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1: Homeroom Secretary 3: Junior Red Cross 3: Library Club 1: Pep Club 3. Council 3. DUFFY. RAYMOND M. Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Homeroom Vice President 3. twenty-sixSettlors DYE, REBECCA CAA 2: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Representative 2. 3: Library Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3. ELDER. CHARLES R. Class President 3; Class Play 2: Dramatics 1; Golf 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. Representative 1; Home- room N ice President 1. Presi- dent 2: Senior Senate 3: SPIRIT 1: Student Council 2. Vice Presi- dent 2: Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. EVANS, LAWRENCE EUGENE Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Homeroom Vice President 2. President 3: Intramural Council 2: Student Council 3: Track L 2. 3: Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. EVERDS. JOE PAUL Boys' Glee Club 1: Choir 1. 3: Debate 3: Football 1: Golf 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3: Treasurer 3: Representative 1: SPIRIT 2. 3: Student Treasurers 3: Varsity Club 2. 3. FAUSCH. CAROL ANNE Band 1. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: FHA 1: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1: Orchestra 2. 3: Pep Club 3. GAMMACK. WILLIAM F. Cheersquad 2. 3: Class Play 2. Dramatic- 1. 2, 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Homeroom President 1: Junior Red Cross 3; Palm Club 3: Sen- ior Senate 3: Student Council 1. DYKSTRA. GARY FRANK Football 1, 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Track 1. ERICKSEN. CORDON E. Choir 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. EVANS, ROCHELLE IRENE Girl Reserve 2. 3: Pep Club 3: Moved from Woodward. Iowa. 2. FAIN. DENNIS. L. Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Track 1. FODER BERG. EDITH MARLENE FHA 1: GAA 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Representative 3; Glee Club 2; Library Club 3; Pep Club 3. VALERIE CAMPER Band 2. 3; Choir 2. 3; Girl Re- serve 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1; Jun- ior Red Cross 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. twenty-sevenSeniors GEIGER, JO ANN KAY Dramatics 1. 2, 3; GAA 1. 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3, Representative 1; Homeroom Secretary 1. Vice President 2; Palm Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3: SPIRIT Staff 3: SPIRIT 1. 2; Student Treasurers 3. GILCHRIST, JAMES II. Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Track 1. HAGEN. SHARON MAE Choir 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Glee' Club 1: Library Club 3; Pep Club 3. HAMMOND, CELIA ANN Choir 3; Cubs’ Club 1, 2; Dra- matics 1. 2. 3; GAA 1, 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3. Cabinet 2. Representative 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Library Club 2. 3; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3. Vice President 3, Coun- cil 3. HANSEN, EDWARD CHESTER IT ELD Rascball 1. 2, 3; Roys’ Glee Club 1, 2: Choir 1; Football 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Intramural Council 2, 3: Varsity Club 3. HAYNES, ROSEMARY ELAINE Dramatics 3; Film Operators Club 3; GAA 1. 2. 3; Girl Re- serve 1, 2, 3. Cabinet 2; Home- room Activity Director 2: Pep Club 3. GETZ. PETER TAYLOR Basketball 1; Band 1. 2. 3; Boys' Glee Club 1. 2; Choir 1. 2. 3: Firesquad 1. 2. 3: Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3: Homeroom President 1. Vice President 3: Orchestra 1: SPIR- IT 3: Track 1. 2. 3; Student Council 1. GORMAN. JAMES E. Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. HAGGE. NANCY ANN Cubs' Club 1: Dramatics 1. 2. 3; FHA 1: GAA 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Glee Club 2: Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3. President 3: Student Council 2: Student Treasurers 2. HANDLEY. JAMES WILLIAM Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. HARDIN. SARAH FHA 1: GAA 1. 2. 3; Girl Re- serve 1. 2. 3; Representative 2: Glee Club 1. 2; Junior Red Cross 1: Library Club 3: Pep Club 3. Council 3. HEILEMAN, HEIDI ANNE Dramatics 2: FHA 1. 2; Film Operators Club 3: GAA 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 2; Library Club 1. 2. 3: Pep Club 3; Moved from Boone. Iowa 1. twenty-eightSeniors HENDERSON. DAVID WILSON Band 1. 2, 3; Bovs’ Glee Club 1. 2, 3; Choir 3; Cubs Club 2. 3; Film Operators Club 1. 2, 3; Firesquad 1. 2. 3; Football 1, 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3: Intra- mural Council 1. 2. 3: Junior Red Cro-- 3: Rifle Club 1: Science Club 3; Track 1. 3: Homeroom Activity Director 2. HILLMAN. DAVID Bov-' (.lee Club 3: Film Oper- ator-' Club 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3: Homeroom Vice Pres- ident 3: Radio Club 2. 3: Rifle Club 1: SPIRIT Staff 3. HOHENSHELL. EUGENE TURL Band 1. 2: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Radio Club 2. 3: Rifle Club 1. 2. HOWELL, KATHERINE Dramatics 1. 2. 3: GAA 1. 2. 3. Representative 2: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet. Representative 1: Homeroom Secretary 3: Palm Club 2. 3. President 3: Pep Club 3: SPIRIT Staff 2. 3. JOHNSON. LARRY N. Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Track 1. JUDGE. MARY KAY GAA 1. 2. 3. Representative 2; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3. Representative 2: Glee Club 1. 2: Pep Club 3. HICKS, JOHN FREDERICK Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intramural Coun- cil 2; Rifle Club 1. 2. HIRSCHBURG. MARGARET LEE FHA 2. Treasurer 2; Film Oper- ator-' Club 2: GAA 1. 2. 3. Representative 2: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 2. Representative 3: Glee Club 1. 3: Homeroom Secretary 1: Library Club 2. 3. President 3: Pep Club 3. Coun- cil 3; SPIRIT 1. 2. HOSMER. RUTH ANN Choir 2. 3: Class Treasurer 2: GA 1.3. Representative 1; Glee Club 1. President 1; Homeroom Secretary 2: Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 3: Student Treasurers 2. JACKSON. MARY JO Class Play 2; Cubs’ Club 2: Dramatics 1. 2. 3: FHA 1. 2. Secretary 1; GAA 1. 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Representative 2: Glee Club 1. 2: Homeroom Sec- retary 2; Junior Red Cross 1: Library Club 2: Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 2. 3. JONES, SHARON KAY Choir 2. 3: GAA 1. 2. Represen- tative 1; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Representative 3: (".lee Club 1. Secretary 1: Pep Club 3; Library Club 3. KILSTROM. CHARLES L. Basketball I. 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Representative 3; Intramural Council 2; Track 1. 2. 3. Varsity Club 1. 2. 3, Secretary 3. turnty-nineSeniors KING. JOHN BERNARD Basketball 1: Golf 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Representative 2: Home- room Vice President 3; Intra- mural Council 1. 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. Vice President 3. KOHL, DENIS ALAN Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Homeroom Secre- tary 1. Vice President 2; Radio Club 3; Science Club 3. Nice President 3: Tennis 1. 2. 3. KURTZ, BARBARA KATHRYN Band 1. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: GAA 1. 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 2; Glee Club 1; Home- room Vice President 2. Secretary 1. 2; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1: SPIRIT Staff 2. 3. Editor 3. LARSEN. MAURINE CAROL Band 1. 2. 3; FHA 1: GAA 2: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 2; Pep Club 3. LEE, RONALD STANLEY Choir 1. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Repre- sentative 3; Radio Club 2. KING. RONALD EARL Boys’ Glee Club 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. KOOSER. THEODORE JOHN Class Play 2; Dramatics 1. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3. Repre- sentative 1: Homeroom President 3: Intramural Council 1: Junior Executive Council 2: Student Council 3. Vice President 3. LAMSON. CHARLES W. Basketball 1. 2. 3: Baseball 2. 3: Football 1. 2. 3. Captain 3: Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. Cabinet 3. Vice President 3: Homeroom Nice President 1: Track 1. 2. 3: Var- city Club 2. 3. President 3. LARSON, LARRY LEE Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. LESTER. LINDA LEORA Band 2: FHA 1; GAA I: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Representative 2: Glee Club 1: Pep Club 3. LILLIE, EDITH JEAN Cubs’ Club 2. 3. President 3: De- bate 1, 2. 3. Secretary 2. N ice President 2: GAA 1. 2. 3. Rep- resentative 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3. Treasurer 3: Pep Club 3: Student Treasurers 3.Seniors LINDEROTH. JANET Band 1, 2. 3; Dramatics 1, 2. 3; CAA 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Orchestra 1. 2: Palm Club 2. 3. Secretary 3; Pep Club 3; Science Club 3. LINEWEAYER. JON K. Band 1, 2. 3; Baseball 1. 3: Class Play 2: Dramatics 2. 3; Film Operators’ Club 1. 2. 3. Vice President 2, President 3; Golf 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Palm Club 3: Photo Club 1. 2. McDonald, sherri Band 1. 2. 3; Dramatics 1, 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Representa- tive 1: Glee Club 1; Library Club 1: Pep Club 3. McLARNAN. SANDRA LEE Choir 2. 3: GAA 1. 2. 3. Repre- sentative 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 2. Representative 1: Glee Club 1; Library Club 2. 3: Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 1. MAGOON. KEITH E. Bov-’ Glee Club 2. 3. Secretary 3; Firesquad 1. 2. 3: Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Tennis 1. 2: Varsity Club 3. MANNING. MARY FRANCES Dramatics 1. 2. 3: FHA 1. 2; GAA 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Junior Red Cross 3. President 3: Library Club 2. 3: Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 2. LINDQUIST, MARCIA JOY Dramatics 2; GAA 1, 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Library Club 1, 2. 3. President 2; Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 2. LYKKEOAARD. LILLY M. GAA 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Representative 2; Pep Club 3. Council 3. McDowell, ann KATHLEEN GAA 1. 2. 3. Representative 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Library Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3. Council 3. McTAGUE. MARY Clas- Secretary 2; Cubs' Club 1. 2. Secretary 2; Dramatics 1. 2. 3; GAA 1. 2. 3. Representative 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 2. 3. President 3; Glee Club 1; Homeroom Secretary 1, Presi- dent 1. 2; Junior Executive Council 2; Palm Club 2. 3: Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 1, Staff 2, 3: Student Council 1. 2. MAITLAND. LARRY E. Film Operators Club 1. 2: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3: Rifle Club 1, 2: Track 1. MARTIN. DONALD RUSSELL Roys' Glee Club 2. 3. Librarian 3: Cheersquad 3; Choir 1. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3: Homeroom Presi- dent 3; Orchestra 1. 2. 3. Presi- dent 3; Student Council 3. thirty-oneSeniors thirty-two MILLER, MARILYN JOYCE Choir 2, 3, Librarian 3; FHA 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3. Cabinet 2; Glee Club 1; Home- room Activity Director 3; Library Club 2; Pep Club 3. MOLLESTON. LAURA ELLEN Choir 2, 3; Class Play 2; Film Operators' Club 2; GAA 1. 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3. Cabinet 3. Representative 2; Glee Club 1; Homeroom Activity Director 1, President 2; Orchestra 1, 2. 3, Secretary 3; Pep Club 3: Senior Senate 3; SPIRIT 1. 2. SPIRIT Staff 3: Student Treasurers 3. MORRISON, GARY GENE Band 1.2.3; Hi-Y 1.2.3; Home- room Treasurer 1. Intramural Council 1, 3; Tennis 1, 2. 3. MURRAY. JOHN STEVENSON Basketball 1. 2; Band 1, 2. 3; Choir 1. 3; Class Play 2; Fire- squad 1. 2. 3. Chief 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Homeroom Vice President 1. 2; Intramural Council 1; Science Club 3, President 3; Track 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. NELSON, JANICE CARLENE Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. NELSON. SUZANNE NILE Dramatics 1; FHA 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Representative 3; Glee Club 1. 2; Library Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3. MILLER. PATTIE JEAN Cheersquad 2. 3; Class Play 2; Dramatics 1. 2. 3; GAA 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Homeroom Secretary 1, Prendent 2; Pep Club 3. Council 3; Student Coun- cil 2. MOORE. WILLIAM TERRANCE Basketball 1; Band 1, 2. 3; Bovs’ Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Choir 1. 2, 3; Class Play 2; Firesquad 1. 2. 3; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Representative 2; Homeroom Ac- tivity Director 1. 2; Orchestra 1. 2; Senior Senate 3; Track 1. 2: Varsity Club 2. 3. MORROW. RONALD ALLEN Football 1: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Home- room Nice President 1; Intra- mural Council 2. 3. NELSON. GWENDOLYN MILDRED Girl Reserve 3; Pep Club 3. Council 3; Moved from Sioux City, Iowa 3. NELSON, PAUL BENJAMIN Basketball Trainer 2. 3; Film Operators’ Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Homeroom President 1. 2; Student Council 1, 2; Track Trainer 1, 2, 3. NETCOTT, RALPH W.. JR. Football 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.Seniors NTCKEY, DONALD Bovs Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Choir 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. PIER SOL. JON ROSS Band 1. 2. 3, President 3: Choir 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Representa- tive 1; Orche tra 1: Junior Red Cross 2. RADTKE. DIANE Girl Reserve 3; Pep Club 3; Moved from Sault St. Marie, Michigan 3. RHOADES. BONNIE FERN Band 1. 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2: Orchestra 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. RICHARD. MICHAEL T. Hi-Y 2. 3: Moved from Jewell. Iowa 2. RUDE. BETTY GAIL Cubs' Club 2: Dramatics 2; fHA I: GAA 1. 2, 3; Repre- sentative I; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Representative 3: Glee Club 1. 3: Library Club 2. 3. Vice President 3: Pep Club 3; SPIR- IT 1. 2. 3. PIERCE. MARVIN DUANE Basketball 1; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; In- tramural Council 2. 3. PRATHER, JOE B. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Homeroom Vice President 1. President 2; Student Council 2: Track 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. REED. CATHERINE ANN Band 1. 2, 3; Choir 3; Girl Re- serve 1. 2. 3, Cabinet 2, 3. Sec- retary 3; Glee Club 3; Orches- tra 1. 2. 3, Secretary 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Student Treasurers 2. 3. RHODES, FRANK Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. ROSEBROOK, FREDERICK D. Band 1. 2, 3; Boys' Glee Club 1; Choir 1. 2, 3; Class Play 2; Dramatics 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. Rep- resentative 2; Junior Red Cross 3; Photo Club 2; SPIRIT 2. 3; Track 1, 2. SCHACH. KENT I. Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. thirty-threeSHIPLEY. JERKY JAMES Basketball Trainer 1. 2. Man- ager 3: Debate 1. 2. 3. Pre- ident 2. Secretary 3: Football Trainer 1. 2. Manager 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Homeroom Activity Director 1. 2. 3: SPIRIT 1. 2. Staff 3; Stu- dent Treasurers 3; Track Train- er 1. 2. Manager 3; Varsity Club 3. SHRADER. DAVID LEWIS Rand 1. 2. 3: Boys’ Glee Club 2: Choir 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Jun- ior Red Cross 3: Orchestra 1. 2. 3. Vice President 3: Tenni- 3. SIMMERING. RICHARD ALAN Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Photo Club 2: Tennis 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 2. 3. SMITH. KERMIT B. Hi-Y 3: Moved from Yankton. South Dakota 3. SMITH. PATRICIA ANN Cheersquad 3: Choir 3: GAA 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 2: Junior Red Cross 1. 2: Homeroom President 1. 2: SPIRIT 2. 3: Student Coun- cil 1.2. SOI LTS. DONALD JAY Band 1. 2. 3. Vice President 3: Boys' Glee Club 2: Choir 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Representative 1: Homeroom Vice President 2. President 3; Orchestra 1. 2. 3: Radio Club 3: Student Council 3: Track 1. 2. 3. SMITH. DWIGHT W.. JR. Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Radio Club 1. 2. 3. Secretary 2. President 3. SMITH. SAMUEL Baseball 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Rifle Club 1. 2. 3. Seniors SCHAEFER, SARAH LOUISE Band 1. 2. 3; Dramatics I : Film Operators Club 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 1. 2; Orchestra 2. 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1. SILLS. KARYL LEE Choir 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Representative 1, 3; Glee Club 1: Pep Club 3, Treasurer 3. Cabinet 3: Student Treasurers 3. SMITH. LEN.NIE LEE GAA 3: Girl Reserve 3: Pep Club 3: Moved from Primghar, Iowa 3. SHEPHERD, DOUGLAS KENT Film Operators Club 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Radio Club 1. 2. 3. Secretary 2. thirty-fourSeniors SPEAR. TERRY NOWLIN Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Rifle Club 1; Track 1. SPENCER. ELBERT WESLEY Hi-Y 1.2.3; Rifle Club 2. STEMPEL. LYNN DIANE Choir 2, 3. Treasurer 3; CAA 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Rep- resentative 2; Glee Club 1: Homeroom Activity Director 3; Junior Red Cross 2; Library Club 1; Pep Club 3; Council 3; Senior Senate 3: SPIRIT 1; Student Treasurers 3. STOEYER. WILLIAM ALFRED Band 1. 2. 3: Boys' Glee Club 3; Cubs Club 2. 3; Debate 1. 2. 3. Film Operators Club 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Orchestra 3; Radio Club 3; Rifle Club 2; Science Club 3: SPIRIT 3; Stu- dent Council 3; Treasurer 3; Track 2. 3. STRL BLE. MARGARET ANN Band 2; Choir 3; Class Play 2; Dramatics 3; GAA 2. 3: Girl Reserve 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Glee Club 2; Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 2; Library Club 2; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2: Student Council 3; Moved from Hot Springs. Arkansas 2. Sl'CHER. DAVID ERNEST Basketball 1. 2. 3: Baseball 1; Class Vice President 3: Fire- squad 1. 2. 3. Chief 3: Football 1. 2. 3. Captain 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Homeroom President 1; Junior Executive Council 2; Senior Sen- ate 3; Student Council 1; Track 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. SPEDDING, MARY ANN ELIZABETH Band 1. 2. 3; Cubs’ Club 1. 2, 3; Debate 1. 2. 3. Secretary 2. Presi- «lent 3; Dramatics 3; GAA 1. 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3; Home- room Activity Director 3; Junior Red Cr« ss 3; Orchestra 1, 2: Pep Club 3. STEBBLNS. ROBERT DEAN Band 1. 2. 3; Choir 1. 2. 3: De- bate 1; Film Operators Club 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3; Radio Club 3; SPIRIT 2. 3. STEVENS. JOHN LINN Basketball 1. 2; Band 1. 2; Choir 1. 2. 3; Firesquad 1. 2. 3; Foot- ball 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. Rep- resentative 3; Homeroom Presi- dent 1; Senior Senate 3; Stu- dent Council 1: Track 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. STOkkA. ROBERT Golf 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Photo Club 1. STUART. WILLIAM J. Basketball 1. 2, 3; Football 1, 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Representa- tive 3; Track 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 1. 2, 3. SWANSON. ROBERT Football 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Rep- resentative 3. thirty-fiveSeniors SYLWESTER, JOHN F. C. Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Boys' Glee Club 2; Homeroom President 3; Student Council 3. TEIG, ROGER G. Rand 1, 2. 3: Basketball Trainer 1; Choir 1. 2. 3; Class Play 2; Football Trainer 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Homeroom President 2. Vice President 1. 2; SPIRIT 1, 2: Student Council 2; Track Trainer 1. 2: Junior Red Cross 1. THORNTON. NANCY LOU Checrsquad 2. 3; Dramatics 1, 2; Library Club 1. 2. President 2; Pep Club 3. THROCKMORTON. HELEN ANN Band 2. 3; Dramatics 1. 2. 3; FHA 1. 2, Vice President 1, President 2; GAA 1. 2. 3, Cabi- net 3. Representative 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 2; Homeroom Activity Director 2; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3. TORREY, GEORGE S. Basketball 1. 2; Boys’ Glee Club 1: Choir 1. 2. 3; Class Vice President 2; Firesquad 1, 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Homeroom President 1; Junior Executive Council 2; Science Club 3; Student Body President 3; Student Council 1. 3. Presi- dent 3: Tennis 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. VAN DER WILT, DOROTHY MAE Cheersquad 3; Dramatics 2; GAA 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1: Homeroom Secre- tary 2: Library Club 1; Pep Club 3. TAYLOR. KENNETH Basketball 1. 2: Football 1; Hi- Y 1. 2. 3. Representative 1. 2. THOMPSON. NANCY GENEVIEVE Dramatics 2. 3: GAA 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 2. 3. President 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Representative 1: Homeroom Secretary 3; Li- brary Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3. THORPE. VICKI ANN Dramatics 2: FHA 1: Film Oper- ators Club 3: GAA 1. 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Cabinet 3: Glee Club 1. 2: Homeroom Activity Director 1. 2; Pep Club 3; Li- brary Club 1. 2; SPIRIT 1. 2. TOMS. PHILIP MARSTON Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. UTTER. JAMES Hi-Y 1.2.3; Radio Club 3. VILMONT. RICHARD MAURICE Boys Glee Club 2; Film Oper- ators Club 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. thirty-sixSeniors VOGT. BARBARA Band 2. 3: FHA 1. 2. President 1; GAA 1. 2. 3. Vice President 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 3: Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2. 3: Mudent Council 3. Secre- tary 3. WELKE. JANICE LOU GAA 1.2: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Repre?entative 2: Glee Club 1: Library Club 2; Pep Club 3. WHEELOCk. PHILLIP Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Intramural Coun- cil 1. WITTER. DORIS ANNE Class Play 2: Debate 1. 2. 3; Dramatic? 1; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 1. WRIGHT. VIRGINIA LEE Band 1. 2. 3; Choir 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1. Vice President 1: Orchestra 1. 2. 3: Pep Club 3. Council 3. YOUNG. NANCY MAE Choir 3; Debate 1. 3: GAA 1. 2. 3. Representative 1. 2. 3: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 2: Pep Club 3. WEESNER, SUSIE Band 1. 2. 3; Dramatics 1; FHA 1: Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3, Repre- sentative 2: Homeroom Secre- tary 2: Pep Club 3. WESTVOLD, JAMES Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Intramural Coun- cil 1. 2, 3; Junior Red Cross I; Photo Club 1; Tennis 1. WINKLER. JOHN Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. WOLF. KATHLEEN K. Choir 3; Debate 1; FIIA 1; GAA 1. 2, 3. Cabinet 2: Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Cabinet 2. 3, President 3, Representative 1; Glee Club 1. 2; Homeroom Sec- retary 1. President 2; Pep Club 3: SPIRIT 1. 2, Staff 3: Stu- dent Council 2. Secretary 2. YOCOM. MILFORD MAX Film Operators Club 1. 2. 3; Hi- Y 1, 2. 3; Rifle Club 1. ZICKEFOOSE. KAY HELEN Band 1. 2. 3, Secretary 3; Choir 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3. Cabi- net 3: Glee Club 1; Homeroom Secretary 2; Orchestra 1, 3; Pep Club 3. Council 3; Student Treas- urers 3. thirty-sevenThe Top Brass Going steady, Pete? Little Boy Bill Reaally, dahhling? thirty-eight Let’s tvinkum! Hard night, Ellen? Eight No Trump!! One of our better (?) pep assemblies . . . Stammer . . . The line-up Fingernail file, anyone? Well uh... . . . The Upper Crust Complete with sideburns Sun-worshipper Anything for Mol 3 A.M.. going on 4 Sleeping beauty? Cha-cha! ! Sleepless night? Drifting and dreaming Fishing the hard way No comment Superiority Positive thinking thirty-nineUNDERCLASSMEN In classes and activities, underclassmen strive to build a firm foundation which will serve them in the future.Junior Executive Council Left to right: M. L. Judge. Browning, Hildreth. M. Wolf. Porter. D. Catron. C. Judge. Mr. MacBride. To have the very best junior-senior prom was the goal of the junior class. They were led this year by Dave Brown- ing. president: Bruce Hildreth, vice presi- dent: Mona Wolf, secretary: Chuck Judge, treasurer: and Denny Porter, assistant treas- urer. Other representatives on Junior Execu- tive Council were Mary Louise Judge from H.R. 234. Coleen Hines from H.R. 233. and Dwayne Catron from H.R. 109. The Junior Executive Council sponsored the projects of the junior class, which all proved to he very successful. The activities included a hake sale, a car-wash, a corn- pick. a leaf rake, the sale of milk and spud- nuts. and the biggest project of all. the jun- ior class play. Mr. Barry's Etchings, pre- sented February 14 and 16. Under the supervision of George Mac- Bride. the class sponsor, the juniors cli- maxed a very successful year with the junior- senior prom. forty-twoJunior Homerooms 113 uml 109 Back rou : Browning, Errington, .. Clapp, White, Booth. Gulliver, Mr. Smalling. Third row: Milliken. Watkins, C. Smith, K. Hansen, J. Schultz, C. Judge, Bappe. Second row: Highbarger, Carpenter, Caldwell, F. King, L. Thompson, I . Lewis. Luther. Front row: Haeder, Jean Bachman, Olsan, Mason. Dotson. Clouser. Back row: D. Catron. I). Sills, Synhorst, Dave Erickson, Dresser, Lowther, W. Hen- derson, Bogue, Miss Canvin. Third row: Merchant, Goetz, Yochum, Chcville, M. Arthur, R. Jones. D. Taylor. Second row: R. Schaeffer, B. Alexander, B. Kerr, Bowlds, Dixon, Textrum. R. Brown. Overland. Front row: J. Howard, Sclarow, P. Nelson, Donna Erickson. B. Peterson. LeMoinc. M. Martin, L. Adams. forty-threeJunior Homerooms 210 and 233 Back row: G. Moore, Clem, II. Kilstrom, A. Lykkegaard, Buck, T. Smith, J. Smalling, Mr. Linn. Third row: Beach, Bourn. Porter. Scholl, D. Thompson, Hildreth, Smedal. Fausch. Second rou : Wright, Timmons. C. Kuhl, S. Smith. Hillyard, Mathison. Sor-n- son, S. Akin. Front row: Litchfield, P. Peterson. Cameron. Duffy. Compton. Gibson. Hutchison, Joan Bachman. forty-four Back row: T. Cox, Bender, Klein. Stensland, Toppenberg, Fellows, Bragomer. Mosness, Mr. Stone. Third row: Matterson, M. Easton, H. Ramsey. Bundy. McCarthy. Schumer, Suzanne Pinn ell, Vogtlin. Second row: Lampe, Alfred. Inglis. Mullen, Gould. Dailey. Front row: Ellis, K. Carr, Hines, Storby. Veline. Terrones.Junior Homerooms 234 and 233 Back rote: Johndreau. Ford, Seymour, Daniels, Hoffman, McFarland, Roy, Mr. Ourth. Third rou: MeGitvrey. Bur goon. De.Moss, Ellingson, Harris, Terry Stine. Klingseis. Second rou : D. Trump, Cooper. Strand, Rouze. Maakestad. K. Houge, D. Ramsey. Front rote: M. Anderson, D. Green, A. Larson. Horner. M. L. Judge, Bloomfield. Bar- bara Cox. Back row: Lange. Gammon. Brendeland, Stoaks, L. Jones, Haupt, Krekoiv, I). Shaffer, Mrs. Elliot. Third row: Bud Erickson, Reno, airn, DeVaul, Boast, McKinney, Case, H agaman. Second row: I.. Miller. G. Green. Chance, M. Wolf, Keeker, A. Lee, K. Martin, Vierson. Front row: Davis, S. Schultz. Bodie, Houser, Campbell, Arrasmith. Judy Syluester, Barbara Erickson. forty-fiveforty-six Juniors at Play Salve (hic)! Put up your dukes! Vacation? Touching, isn't it? Beautiful dreamer! Hi-Ho Silver, Auaaay! Dahhhhling . . . Slurp! The morning after. “Get U ildroot Cream Oil. Charlier Santa's little helper. Tired, Karen?Sophomore Homerooms I I I ami KKI Back rou: B. Sands. McClelland. K. Wilcox, T. Scheuermann. J. Buchman. McCul- lough. Busch. Third rou: M. Freel. Thomas, Tim Stine, Daley, I.. I). Jones. L. Munson. 1). Arthur. D. Pierce. Miss De Hamer. Second row: Trow, P. Sucher, Bah, Hinrich- sen, Kay Anderson, Packer. A. Judge. Front row: Cadmen. S. Scheuermann, Grundman, A. Easton. Linder, Ballard, Catron, Marks. Back rou: P. White, Burroughs, Mat use ski, Fisher, N. Anderson, Burrell, L. Akin. forty-seven Third row: Smiley. K. Munson, A. Thompson, Hudspith, V. Phares, Bruce, Wendell, Miss Miller. Second row: Berry Luther. Madsen, Elinor Lillie, Joan Purvis, Samson, Rogers. Ben Cox, R. Johnson. Thogerson. Front row: Nordin, Peyton, Burton, Cowan, Dahl, M. Strand, Hazel. Rice, Sandra Nelson.Sophomore Homerooms 236 and 206 forty-eight Hark row: J. Munson. J. Kelly. Feavel, E. Kuhl. S. Howell. D. Taylor. Cole. Miss Wilcox. Third row: S. Peterson. McWilliams, Bray ton. L. Brown, T. Anderson. Jim Simpson, Reese, M. Phares. Second rou: Brindley, Roach, Sharon Lewis. Steil. Howe. Robb, Janet Purvis. Front row: L. White, Creel. Stephens, Sharon Xelson. Gibbs. Hawkins. Back row: J. Stuart, Garner, S. Henderson, Wall, Timm, Edwards. Judisch. Mr. Page. Third row: Severson, Reilly, K. Peterson, Mcttlin. Englchorn, Schrampfer, Andre, Balloun. Second row: Morris. Michaud, Ball, Christian, Posegate, Nor dyke, McDonald. Front row: Kyle, Fatland, M. Taylor, J. Sills, Karen Anderson. P. Lee. Beach.Sophomore Homerooms 221 and 211 Back rou: Krocheski. Holtz. Mosness, Katteree. Bork, L. Erickson, Mrs. Garrett. Third row: Botsford. Rath. Jorgenson, R. Van Voorhis, Tarrnan. Easley, Kraft. Second rou : JoAnn Freel, McIntosh. Pittman, Fryer, F. Smith. Blaess. Front row: E. Lester. F. McTague. Soy, C. Walsh. Ritland, G. Bou en. Hoover. Back rou : C. Clappe, Hull. Epstein. S. Carr. Gray. Mr. Sturtevant. Third row: Klop- pen berg, Barrie. McComb. Judy Simpson, Faust. Martha Fisher, Hensing. Second row: McGuire. E. elson. Tutton. Taft. Oslund. M. Kinkier. Front row: S. Van Voorhis, Bender. Baker, Beaman. M. Lee. Sylvia Einnell. forty-nineSophomore Homeroom 111 Back row: Stoner, J. Thompson. Ayres, E. Sands. M. Anderson. Poole, Cafferty, G. Gam mack. Third row: Mallory. G. Smith. Donels, Ratliff. X. Baumann. Gunderson. Hawk, Mc.Xcil. Mrs. Grubb. Second row: Larry If. Jones. B. Xelson. Dahlberg. S. Anderson, ff'ierson. A. Kelly, Schweitzer, Farber. Front row: McMahon. B. Luther, Calhoun. Sydness. Paulson, Meier, Huntress. fifty Showing off your new P.F.s, Sherri? Concentrated study and dangling feet!Junior and Sophomore Infornuds Then uhat happened? No kidding! Main Occupation Tense situation IJwrrhwrr So this is cheese- cake Pullecse—we need the money Baby Doll Hungry? Did you fall out of your high- chair, Pat? Oh. for some peace and quiet! Tingle! fifty-oneORGANIZATIONS Music, drama, debate and many others . . . vital factors in a well rounded school life.Student Conned Any Ames High student wishing to recom- mend ;i change in school policy had merely to inform his student council of his wish. The council, made up of a representative from each of the nineteen homerooms, acted on all mat- ters pertaining to school life. The council, headed hy the student body pres- ident. met once a week. The group organized ten committees which included: service, assem- bly, social, citizenship. Homecoming, noon hour, welcoming, and election. These commit- tees performed every task from obtaining a hand for Homecoming to sponsoring devotions on the sound system during Brotherhood Week. I he council was headed by George Torrey first semester. Ted Kooser served as vice presi- dent and Barb.Vogt as secretary. Dave Sucher presided over the council second i-einester as- sisted by Don Soults and Don Martin. Bill Stoever was appointed treasurer for both se- mesters. Front row: Mr. Ritland, Hildreth, Scheuermann, McFarland. Evans, S. Carr. Stoever. Feavel. Rogers. Second row: McKinney. Torrey. Pasley. I). Martin. Kooser. J. Stuart. G. Smith. Front row: John Syrlwes- ter, Vogt, Struble, C. Smith. Nor din, Dixon. Suzanne Pinnell. Hack row: Mr. Ritland, Johndreau. L. I). Jones. I). Catron. I). II hire, Evans. Sucher. Stoever. Klein. Sec- fifty-four ond row: T. Anderson. Torrey. N. Anderson, Severson, John Sylvester. Kooser, D. Martin. Front row: Donels, F. McTague, John Bachman. Vogt, S. Van Voorhis. Struble, D. Pierce.I 'iresquud Back row: Errington. McFarland, Murray, If all, Soults. Sucher, Timm, Gray, Covey. Fourth rote: Small- ing. S. Howell, T. Moore, Burrell, D. Henderson, Getz, Booth. Torrey. Third row: M. Berry. Callahan. Hildreth. J. Stuart, .-lyres. Merchant, Bappe, Miss Miller. Second row: Srholl. Buchholtz, DeVaul, Stevens, Rogers. Daley. G. Smith, Brayton. Front row: Ellis. Milliken. Posegate, Highbarger. D. Schaeffer, Balloun. Magoon. In charge of all fire drill? and responsible for monitoring the hall? was the Firesquad, composed of thirty-nine boys, thirteen from each class. The boys are selected when they are sophomores on the recommendation of their junior high principals. It was the job of the Firesquad to enforce all rules concern- ing conduct of students in and on the school and its grounds. Assignments and discussion concerning vi- olation of school rules were high on the agenda of the Firesquad meetings which were held each Thursday. The group was headed by Dave Sucher first semester and John Murray second se- mester. and was sponsored by Miss Ruth Miller. fifty-five Firesquad executives count finesCubi net urn I liepresentutives Back rule: Miss If ilcox, K. Wolf, M. Half. K. Howell, Throckmorton. M. K. Judge. Miss Miller. Mrs. Whitney. Third rote: Struble. Hagge, Alien. F. King. S. Smith. Ellingson. C. Smith. Molleston. Second row: Geiger. Zickefoose, M. McTague. Reed. M. finish. Edith Lillie. Gould. Front row: Jean Bachman. Berenstein, Campbell. K. Martin. K. Carr. Joan Bachman. Clark. Thorpe. fifty-six Back row: Miss If ilcox. Rah. Hinrichson. Hou c, Fodcrburg, Coe, Curry, Miss Miller. Fourth row: L. Thompson. A. Thompson, C. Sills. Roach. Dixon, Dailey, Clark, Rude, Mrs. Whitney. Third row: Bowlds. Cameron, Houser. Sharon Anderson. Andre, Maakestead. Mason, Hutchison. Second row: F. McTague. M. Strand, If ierson, S. Nelson. A. Strand. Hirschburg. Hammond, McGuire. Front row: Dye. Boeke, C. Walsh, J. Sills, J. Sylwester. Mullen. S. Jones.To make every girl feel that she was a part of the group was the goal of the Girl Reserve, one of Ames High’s two largest organizations. Programs were held approximately every two weeks for its members, which include every girl in high school. Vari- ous special programs including initi- ation. the style show. Friendship week and installation were among these. Girl Reserve also sponsored many different activities, including Dad- Daughter Nite. the Newcomers party, the Big-Pal. Little-Pal Picnic and the Mother-Daughter Tea. During the year the girls worked on various projects including: the selling of Christmas sprays and Ames High pencils, and numerous money and cloth- ing drives. Girl Reserve was headed by five of- ficers. twelve cabinet members and nine- teen homeroom representatives each se- mester. Mary McTague and Kathie Wolf interchanged the offices of presi- dent and vice president respectively each semester. Katy Reed acted as sec- reary and Edith Lillie as treasurer. Judy Clark presided over the representatives first semester: Debbie Coe assumed command second semester. The cabinet was composed of twelve girls each se- mester. two on each of the following committees: devotions, music, program, social, publicity, and service. Champion holly wreath sellers Best of styles “. . . A free trip to Europe" Kathy Wolf—Second semes- Signs of a good meeting fifty-seven ter presidentHi-) Cabinet Hack row: . . Haldus, Maitland. H. Haldus. IIr. Stone. Second rote: Hillman. Stoeier. Shepherd. Stevens. Front row: Fverds, Ellis. Hurts. Lamson. Callahan. Hi-) Representatives fifty-eight Hack row: Smedal. Gray. Dresser, Toppenberg, Hoy. Stokka. Front ran : Hose gate, K. Munson. G. Kil- strom, Hooth, Huchholtz. llighbarger.I o Extend High Standards Aeronautics exhibit Athletics hobby group Proxies Hob Callahan . . . and John Murray “To create, maintain, and extend high stand- ards of Christian character throughout the school and community” was the goal of Hi-Y, Ames High's largest organization. Composed of all the boys in high school, the group held meetings on alternate Fridays, either in the form of an as- sembly or in hobby groups, a wide variety of which were offered. Hi-V carried on many activities throughout the year. They included the co-sponsoring of the Newcomers party and f riendship Week, and four firesides held at Lynn Fuhrer Lodge for the boys of each class and the football squad. The boys also collected gifts for patients of the Story County Home and sponsored a drive for John Tziyeroglou. their war orphan. First semester Hi-Y was headed by Bob Calla- han. president; Chuck Lamson. vice president; and Gary Ellis, secretary. John Murray, Bob Covey, and Ted Kooser presided second semester. Joe Everds was appointed treasurer for both semes- ters. The executive officers were assisted by a cabinet and a council of nineteen homeroom rep- resentatives. Cabinet meeting fifty-ninePep Club Back row: Buchman, Carter, Geiger, Lindquist. Cheever, Dobson. Blyth, McDowell. S. S cl son. Hardin. Spedding, Edith Lillie. Young. Fifth row: Biester, Boeke. Coe, Camper, Kurt:, tcLarnan. S. Lewis. Hos- nter, Hirsehburg, J. Clark. Schaefer. M. Larson. Fourth row: K. Sills, Backous, L. Smith. S. Allan. Man- ning, D. Brown. Rude. G. Selson. K. Wolf. M. McTague, M. Miller, Bourne, V. Thompson. Third row: Hagge, Joan Bell. Thorpe. Struble. Cummings, Welke. Vogt, Witter, I . Wright, Rhodes. Reed. Zickefoose. Second row: VanDerWilt, I . Miller, Bradley. Stempcl, K. Howell. C. Fausch, E. Foderberg. S. Jones. Molles- ton. Hagen. T. Baumann, Curry, R. Evans. Front row: Miss DeHamer, P. Smith. Chittenden, Throckmor- ton. B. Dye. M. Jackson. Heileman, Haynes, Hammond, M. K. Judge. Joyce Bell, Weesner, Linderoth. The famous spirit of Ames High was pro- moted by two loyal, hard-working groups: the Pep Club and the Cheersquad. It was the job of the Pep Club, which numbered every senior girl in its ranks, to assist the cheersquad in promoting pep for Ames High athletic events. Making pom-poms, selling season tickets for the athletic department, and ushering at the games all fell under the responsibility of the Pep Club. The girls also organized two marching units, one for football, and one for basketball, in addition to planning basketball half-time en- tertainment. All these activities were coordinated under four capable officers who were: Nancy Haggs. president: Celia Hammond, vice presi- dent: Shirley Backous. secretary: and Karvl Sills, treasurer. The officers were assisted by a council composed of two representatives from each homeroom. The cheersquad. composed of Bill Gammack. Don Martin. Patti Miller. Pat Smith. Nancy Thornton, and Dorothy VanDerWilt also per- formed an outstanding job in leading the stu- dent body in cheers at pep assemblies, team send-offs and games. sixtyCheersquud Left to right: Don Martin, Patti Miller. Nancy Thornton. Dorothy VanDerff'ilt, Pat Smith, ami Hill Gammack. Pep Club Council Hack rou: T. K right. G. Nelson. Hardin. McDouell, Stem pel, Hourne. Throckmorton. Zickefoose. Dobson. Front rou : Lykkegaard, Hirschburg, P. Miller. Hagge. Hammond, Hackous, C. Sills. Haumann. Miss DeHamer. The aftermath If dooming the speaker Homecoming float, 1956 sixty-oneA Cappcdla Choir Back row: Moore, Teig, Murray. G. Erickson. Dreeszen, R. Lee. Shrader. Christy, Soults, Mr. Cross Fourth row: Buchholtz, Stebbins. J. Stevens. Callahan. M. Berry, Getz. Booth. J. Anderson, D. Hender son, Bragonier. Third row: Biersol. Boris. Seipp. C. Fausch. Suzanne Pinnell. K. Hansen, M. (Coif, (Caga man, Milliken. Second row: Sandy Smith. K. Wolf. K. Sills. P. Smith. C. Smith. Mathison, Hosmer, Gam per, Gould, A. Lee. Front row: Chance, Maakestad. Hagen. Donna Erickson. Houser, Hammond, Zicke foose. S. Jones. For the second year, the Ames High sopho- mores were given the opportunity to parti- cipate in a mixed chorus. Selected for their dependability and talent, the sophs partici- pated in the Christmas program, in a Friend- ship Week assembly and in the vocal con- cert held in the spring. They were led by Gary Feavel, president: Martha Howe, vice president: Nancy An- derson. secretary-treasurer, and Steve How- ell. librarian. Linda Roach and Steve Carr acted as robe-keepers. The chorus was directed by Wayne Cross.Singing their way through the school year the “elite” «»f the Ames Nigh vocal musical groups performed on many different occa- sions. The choir presented the Thanksgiving and Christmas programs. Friendship Week, the Faster assembly, the Tri-City festival, and Commencement were also included in the list of the choir's appearances. Chosen for their cooperation, dependabili- ty. and talent, this group was led by Pete Get , president: Marv Berry, vice president; Lynn Stempel. secretary-treasurer: Marilyn Miller, librarian: and Ava Lee and Dick Boast, robe-keepers. Back row: Bishop, $ tens! arui. Synhorst. J. Smalling D. O'hite, Fourth row: Nickey. Boast. Torrey, Gulli ver, Hildreth. Third row: Kurtz. V. II right, M. Mil Itr, Struble, Ellingson. Second row: Backous, Stem pel. Molleslon. J. Clark, Rouze. Front row: Sclarou X. Young. Dobson. McLarnan. Mixed Chorus Back row: S. Henderson, Barron. Mark Anderson. Cray. Poole. Timm, S. Carr, S. Howell, McCullough, Mr. Cross. Fifth row: Howe, Faust. Lewis, Ratliff. Fnglehorn, V. Anderson, McWilliams, Fisher, Steil, Roach, Schrampher. Third row: Smiley, McNeil, D. Arthur. Busch. Holtz, Feavel, McClelland, Wendell, J. Kelly, Nordyke. Second row: Under. Meier, Ritland, Hinrirhson, B. Nelson, Brayton, Rah. McGuire. Madsen. Packer, Gibbs. Front row: Pitman, Xordin. Trow, Burton, Hazel, Beman, Gowcn, S. Scheuer- mann, R. Paulson. sixty-threeGirls9 (Arc Club Back row: Mallory. Daniels, Voghtlin, M. Arthur, Keeker, Mat- terson, Hillyard. Yochum, Mr. Cross. Fifth row: McDowell, Tex- trum, Sorenson. T. Baumann. Dailey, Hutchison. Timmons, Rude. Fourth row: Vogt, I). Brown, Biester, Miller. Inglis, Mullen, K. Martin, K. Carr, Lampe. Third row: Duffy. Reed. G. Green, Veline, M. Martin, Storhy, Davis, Barb Erickson. Second row: Cheever, Blyth, I.itchfield. I). Green, Sylwester, Clouser. Haeder, M. J. Anderson. First row: Olsan. Mason. Bloomfield. Gibson. S. Akin. F. King. Lilting songs by masculine voices were the products of many hours of practice by the two boys' glee clubs. One group was made up of seniors and juniors and the other of sophomores. Their voices were enjoyed by many different clubs and groups, including the student body, during the year. The boys also performed in the Christmas program and the vocal concert on March 19. I he junior and senior boys were led by Larry Christy. Joe Balloun presided over the sophomores. Swelling notes were also heard from the two girls' glee clubs this year. The junior and senior girls formed one group and the sophomores the other. These groups were open to all girls interested and they performed on oc- casions including the Christmas assem- bly. Friendship Week, the spring vocal concert and baccalaureate. Smaller musical groups were chosen from these clubs. Diane Brown led the older group: Pat Trow presided over the younger girls. The junior and senior glee clubs met three times a week and the sophomore group met once a week. Both groups were directed by Wayne sixty-four- Ba k rou : Hour, Fisher, Hotsford. S. Lewis. Faust. Mclf'illiam$, McIntosh. Englehorn. X. Anderson. B. Sands, E. Sands. Fourth rou : S. Peterson. Hensing. A. Kelly. Farber. Ratliff, Roach, Hinrichsen, Rah. Mrttlin, hrampher. Andre. Third rou: Hankins. Steil, S. Anderson. Free). Dahl berg, E. Smith, Trow. M. Lee. Rill and, McGuire. J. McDonald, Madsen. Second row: M. Strand, Hoover, Finder, C. Walsh, K. Peterson. Gowen. Gibbs, Meier, Packer, Pittman, Sharon XeIson. Front row: Xordin. Ballard. Dahl, Cal- boon. L. Burton. Bender, Bcman, Hazel. Paulson, Scheuerman. Hoys' (Ace Club Back row: R. King, .S', (.arr, 7imrn, Dave Erickson. If hite, Christy, Gray, Mr. Cross. Fourth row: S. Hen- derson. I). Henderson. M. Anderson. Smalling, Poole, Synhorst, Bragonier, McCullough. Gulliver. Third row: Boast, Barron, Hildreth. Howell, Booth, Aegerter. Shaffer. McCarthy, Busch. Second row: D. Ram- sey. Goetz. J. Kelly, If agaman, ff endell, Arthur. Holtz, Feavel, McClelland. Front rou : Highbarger, Ma- goon. X or dyke, B. Xelson. Smiley. D. Sills, Balloun, Brayton, I). Martin. sixty-fiveConcert Haml ami Orchestra Back row: Case, Ayres, Yochum, Roy, Smiley. Mr. Day. L. Adams. C. Fausch. A. Thompson. Highbarger. Murray. Teig. Third row: Buchwald, Kirkham, B. McBride, Inglis, Tulton. J. Kelley. D. Schaeffer. Bork. Bundy. Thogerson. Second row: S. Schaffer, Callahan, C. Smith. Hillyard. Soults. Milliken. Morrison. Front row: Piersol. Zickefoosc. M. Taylor, Campbell. Burroughs. sixty-six Back row: ,. Thompson. Could, S. Dailey. A. Thompson, C. Fausch. Shrader. C. Baker. Tutton. Third row: J. Simpson. B. Henderson, D. Bailey. Vardle, Jim Simpson, Rhodes, S. Schaffer. Zickefoosc. Second row: Sorenson, S. Pinnell, Arrasmith, Smith. Burroughs, J. Schultz. Front row: D. Martin. I.. Adams. Fnglchorn. Maakestad.Concert Hand ami Orchestra Bark row: Stoever, D. Henderson. Kelso. J. Munson. L. If. Jones, Getz. Shrader, Wildman. Bragonicr. (Chile, Rosebrook, Trow. J. Anderson. Rust. Third row: Buckholtz, Busby, Holtz. Dreeszen, S. Hender- son, Stebbins, B. Vogt, Houser. Peyton, Bourne. Second row: T. Moore, Rhodes. Simpson. Andre. Barb Cox. Storby. IT right. Bloomfield. C. Vogt. Front row: McComb, Carver, Larson. Reed, Kurtz. Back row: Soult. G. (f ildman. Mr. Englchardt. Third row: Storby, V. Wright, Houser. Peyton. Rose- brook. Stoever, Scholl, Textrum. Munson. Second row: Carver, Reed. C. Vogt, Pappas. M. Shrader, On- ings. Front row: .V. Anderson. Molleston. Meier. Timm. sixty-sevenBest of Music sixty-eight Tuesday through Friday the members of Ames High concert band practiced diligent- ly. Their performances included two assem- blies, the annual concert, and the Tri-City Festival at Webster City. This year five members of the band, Jon Piersol, Kay Zickefoose, Katy Reed. Char- main Baker, and Dave Shrader, made all- state band. The marching band performed at all home games, at Sioux City, and in the Veisha Pa- rade. The pep band played for assemblies and home basketball games. The swing hand played for Career Day, Teen Time Talent Show, and some high school parties. ’I'he Ames High orchestra was host for the Tri-City Orchestra Festival March 5. Their performances also included their an- nual concert, an assembly, and one on U.N. Day. The pit orchestra played for ail the plays. Eleven members of the orchestra made all- state orchestra. These members were Don Martin. Judy Simpson, Nancy Anderson. Sue Englehorn, Bill Henderson. Tom Timm. Tes- sie Pappas. Sue Hetzel. Sally Howard. Mar- garet Shrader, and Ilenc Wardlc. String ensemble Dance band Drumming profession Clarinets of concert bandPalm Clui) Back row: Haupt, Roy, . Catron. Line weaver, C. Judge, Berck, B. Gammack, D. Schaeffer, A r. Hamil- ton. Second roto: M. Judge, P. Miller. T. Baumann, Geiger. K. Howell, Jackson. Throckmorton, Matterson, Hagge. A. Strand. Front row: D. Erickson. C. Kuhl, Bloomfield. Allen. M. Easton, M. Mcl ague, Ham- mond, Linderoth, Davis. Fifty-two hard-earned points, two crewheads. and three semesters in drama were the requirements for membership in Ames High's only- honorary society, the Palm Club. Serving as the governing body of the Drama Club, the group made decisions about fines, ticket selling, and group trips. In addition to these, they revised the Palm Club constitu- tion and held initiation for the new members in January. The group was headed by Kathie Howell, president: Ira Berck. vice president: Janet Lin- deroth. secretary: and Jo Ann Gei- ger. treasurer. Director and his proteges sixty-nineDramatics seventy Buck row: Matterson, Merck. Jackson, Throckmorton, K. Howell, Haupt, D. Catron. Lineueater, Rose- brook. Roy, Mr. Hamilton. Fourth row: P. Miller. Hagge, T. Baumann. B. Schaeffer, B. Gammack. Koos- er. M. McTague, S. Allen, Manning, S. McDonald. Third row: Lampe, Donna Erickson, Horner, Bloom- field. A. Strand, J. Olsan, Carpenter, C. Kuhl. Geiger, Timmons. Second rou : L. Adams. Hines, P. el- son, Clouser, Linderoth, Dotson, Davis, Berenstrin. Front row: Compton. HUlyard, Yochum. Hammond, Bowlds. M. Easton, Struble. Back row: Judisch, Johndreau, A’. Baumann, Burroughs, McW illiams. Fryer, C. Clapp, White, Howe, Hen- sing, S. Peterson, Robb, Botsford, Schweitzer, Mr. Hamilton. Fourth row: Hawk, Blaess, A. Kelly. K. Pe- terson, A. Thompson, N. Anderson, Brindley, Spedding. Inglis, P. Lee, Ritland, McGuire. Busch. Bork. Third row: Watkins, Trow. Dahlberg, Hawkins. Schramphcr, Andre, S. Anderson, If ierson. A. Judge, Linder, Hoover, C. Walsh. Grundman. Second row: S. Scheuerrnan. Hazel, M. Taylor. Gibbs. Reilly. Roach, M. Lee, A. Easton, M. Strand, Ballard, Gowan. B. Erickson. Front row: F. McTague, Calhoon. Cadman, P. Catron. K. Martin. Bodie, J. Sylwester, Cheevers. Peyton. Arrasmith. Students interested in drama found one of the state's finest departments in Arnes High. The drama department was organized into two sections: beginning and advanced. The begin- ning classes studied history of the theater, set construction, costume history, and stage make- up. Advanced students studied techniques of' acting, voice, play writing, and presentation of scenes. These classes also reviewed history of the theater and stage make-up. The Drama Club presented its annual pro- duction. l.aura. in the fall. The junior and senior class plays are also directed by Robert Hamilton, drama instructor: and the plays are produced with the help of the Drama Club. "Laura 99 Mark McPherson Danny Morgan If aido Lydecker Shelby Carpenter Bessie Clary Mrs. Dorgan I (.ir! Olsen ............ Jon Linweaver Danny Schaeffer Fritz Rosobrook Bill Gammack .Sherri Wierson Linda Roach Patti Miller Bud Erickson Laura, a one time Broadway hit and a spine- tingling mystery, was presented by the Drama Club as their fall production. The play, written by Caspar and Sklar, revolved around the dead girl. Laura. However it contained enough lightness to make it an enjoyable performance for young and old alike. Sue Allen assisted Mr. Hamilton in directing the production. Ira Berck was the stage manager. Ted Kooser designed the set and Jo Ann Geiger filled the post of business manager. seventy-one“Mr. Harry’s Etchings” Mr. Barry is an enthusiastic etcher and has made a marvelous imitation of a $50 hill. His “etching” is so perfect, in fact, that it escapes detection by everyone except the super-crook. “Fifty Ferris." an unscrupulous passer of coun- terfeit money. In proposing a deal to Mr. Bar- ry. who uses his money only for deserving causes. “Fifty" is rejected, whereupon she in- forms the authorities that Mr. Barry has been circulating phony money. The outcome, as presented by the juniors on February 16 and 18, was delightful and very entertaining. The cast for the junior class play was as follows: “Fifty Ferris'' Pat Bloomfield Sawbuck Sam Bud Erickson Mr. Harry ..Dwayne Catron Mrs. Taylor Judy Matterson Carrie Stanwich Mrs. Crosby Jim Bragonier Daisy Dayton Faithe King Evelyn Taylor Ann Strand Kenneth Finn kef Chuck Judge Sam Jordan Bill Wagaman Mrs. Griswold - Dotty Timmons Marvin Pritchard Jim Jondreau "Sis" Rosalie Haeder seventy-two sparkling comedy. The Silver W histle, was presented by the seniors on April 12 and 13. The play involved a “romantically minded tramp" who entered a home for the aged as an impersonator. Being a fellow of rich imagina- tion. he takes it upon himself to help the aged inmates, not only by bringing happiness and excitement to them to relieve their dreadful boredom, but by showing each that everyone is only as old a he feels. The cast: Mr. Beebe Jon Lineweaver Mrs. Hanmer Susan Allen Miss Hoadley Vicki Thorpe Miss Tripp Reverend Watson Lynn Dreeszen Mrs. Sampler Ellen Molleston Mrs. (-ross ... Mr. Cherry Oliver Eruenter Bill Gammack Emmett Bishop Father Shay John Rosebrook Mr. Beach John Sylwester Mr. Reddy A Policeman John Aegerter “The Silver Whistle” A Green Room conference seventy-threeDebate Back row: Stoever, Larry Jones, Witter. Second row: F. McTague, Elinor Lillie. Hun- tress, Bowen, Dahl berg, N. Young. Front row: Mathison. Spedding, Mrs. Garret, Shipley, S. Howell. “A very important problem, particularly close to us who live in the farm belt" was a state- ment made concerning the farm topic which was heatedly discussed by members of the de- bate squad this year. Coached by Mrs. Kay Garrett, the group entered several tournaments. They included: 1.5. T.C. Discussion Conference Fort Dodge Debate Tournament Brindley Debate and Speech Tournament Coe Speech Conference District Debate Tournament 1.5. C. Debate Conference The squad also practiced extemporaneous speaking, interpetive reading, after-dinner speak- ing and original oratory. The group was led by Liz Spedding. Judy Mathison, and Jerry Shipley first semester. Sec- ond semester Edith Lillie, Doris Witter, and Bill Stoever presided over the group. seventy-four Serious discussionF.H.A. Back rote: Burroughs. B. Sands, E. Sands, Joan Purvis. Second row: Miss Trout, Sharon Lewis, Brindley, Ratliff, A. Thompson. Gibbs, Stephens, Kelly, C, Clapp, Fred. Front row: J. Sills. or din. P. Sucher. Blaess, C. Halsh. Creel. Kyle. Fashion’s best buys, careers in home economics, and homemaking in foreign lands were some of the programs held by the Future Home- makers of America. F.H.A.. sponsored by Miss Betty Trout and Miss Dorothea Gienger. also took part in service projects. They made toys for crippled chil- dren and caroled at Christmas time. The group was led by Carol Walsh. Sharon Van Voorhis server! as vice president and Judy ordin as sec- retary-treasurer. Other officers were: Marilyn Blaess. parliamentarian: Janice Ratliff, historian: Margaret Gibbs, song leader: Ann Thompson, recreation chairman. Pat Sucher was elected president of the district F.H.A. seventy-fiveWeb Staff Much hard work by Ame- High journalists went into the produc- tion of the school paper each Wednesday. Besides producing the Web. the class learned jour- nalistic fundamentals and tech- niques. The students also learned how to interview people and to write news and feature stories. Members of the staff used these techniques Fridays and Monday? as they wrote their stories and then proofread at the Tribune of- fice Wednesday morning. First semester editor was Ellen Molleston: Sue Allen and Jerry Shipley shared honors second se- mester. Mrs. Whitney instructed the staff. Back row: Stebbins, Hansen, Berck, Rosebrook. Front row: J. Alexander. I . Wright, Reed, Kurtz, Molleston, Mrs. Whitney. seventy-six Back row: Cummings, Morrison, Shipley. Covey, Teig, Line weaver. Simmering, Berck. Cheever. Front row: T. Baumann. Stempel, H itter, K. Howell. Allen. Spedding, Edith Lillie, Mrs. Whitney.Cubs’ Club Vines High's junior reporters not enrolled on the Web staff became members of the Cubs' Club. The cubs learned newspaper terms, fundamentals of a news story and headline writing. Their biggest project of the year was writing and editing the fir t issue of the W eb after the end of the first semester. The group met for a luncheon ap- proximately every three weeks and en- joyed interesting and varied programs pertaining to journalism. Elsie Clouser headed the club. Mrs. W hitney was the faculty advisor. Buck rou : Andre, Sorenson, F. King, S. Peterson, 1). Henderson. Curry, Stoever, Hinrichsen. Second row: Campbell, St or by, Inglis, Dailey, Wier- son, S. Allen, Spedding, Huntress, Hutchison. Houser. Front row: Dixon, Mrs. (f'hitney, Clouser. Spi ri t Ph otograph ( rs Left to right: L. W. Jones, Molleston, Dixon, Hillman. D. Trump. M. Berry. Knowing how to take a picture was not enough. Reliability and resourcefulness were both necessary for the job of SPIR- IT photographer. All applicants for the positions participated in a training school taught by Mr. Trump. They were required to turn in various prints taken under dif- ferent conditions and to answer ques- tions concerning control of contrast, the factors affecting the depth of field in a picture, the characteristics of 35mm, and No. 120 black and white films and the re- lationship between shutter speeds and f- stops. Dave Hillman. Larry Jones, Dave Trump, and Marv Perry comprised the SPIRIT photography staff. They were headed by Ellen Molleston. photography editor, and her assistant. Stella Dixon. seventy-sevenScience Club Left to right: Moses, Stoever, Curry, D. Henderson, Murray, Kohl. Epstein, Mr. Sturtevant. The club for all those intere.-ted in some phase of science and with some project in mind was the Science Club which met on Monda evenings from 7:00 to 9:30. John Murray served as president. Dennis Kohl acted as vice president. Sharon Curry served as secretary-treasurer, and Dave Hen- derson filled the position of equipment chair- man. Some of the projects worked on this year included the construction of scaling circuits for a Geiger counter, and a spectrograph for the high school. Mr. Sturtevant supervised the club. Radio (dub Hack rote: Curry, Stoever, Kohl. Epstein, R. Carr. Front row: I.. Brown, Moses. Mr. Sturtevant. seventy-eight Thursday evenings from 7:00 until 0:00 the Radio Club meetings were held at the high school for all those interested in radio work and those wishing to learn more about radios. Mr. Sturtevant sponsored the club. The offi- cers were Bill Smith, president: Bill Stoever. vice president: and Sharon Curry, secretary- treasurer. The club members constructed a sound-speak- er system, learned Morse code, and learned how to operate radio testing equipment. As individual projects, members constructed ra- dios.4slronomv Club The newly formed Astronomy Club met Monday nights with the Science Club under the supervision of Mr. Hiedeman. Some of their activities included fixing the telescope, observing Sat- urn'" rings, the moon's mountains and craters, and other planets and "tars, and studying a scale model of the moon's surface. Some of the members worked on small telescopes. In the future they plan to track the path of the satellite being set off this summer and to observe the comet that is nearing the earth. Back row: Larry Jones. D. White. Errington, Krekou. Mr. Heideman. Front row: ha Jean Davis. Goetz. D. Trump. Bappe. Film Operators' Club A movie is always welcome in Ames High classes. The students who help to make this possible were the members of the Film Operators Club. This group operated the film pro- jectors and all other technical ma- chinery in the high school. They performed many invaluable services from setting up a mike for an as- sembly to showing slides to small groups. Each member of the club doing twenty hours of work was given one-fourth of a credit per se- mester. The group was headed by Eliot Haupt and sponsored by Mr. Sielert. Back row: Mr. Sielert, L. Brown. Haupt, Line weaver, Bork, Stoever. Front row: Moses. Randau, Shepherd. seventy-nineeighty Library Club Hark row: McLarnan, Rude, E. Foderburg. Cummings. S. Schultz, B. Luther, Vogt, Hagen, S. Jones, Hammond. Mrs. Dickenson. Front row: Kyle, J. Duffy. A. Larson. L. Miller, McDouell. Blyth, Manning. Broun, Hirschburg. Junior Red Cross Back row: Curry, Rosebrook. D. Henderson. Second row: Peyton. Cummings. Bur- roughs. Gibbs. Bourne. Spedding. Mrs. Dickenson. Front row: Brindley. Sclarou. J. Schultz, Harder. Brown. Manning. Checking books in and out and marking books were two of the duties which kept the Library Club members busy. The Library Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson, met twice a month for noon luncheons. Their duties also included shelving the books, keeping the library neat, and decorating the display case. Margie Hirschburg and Betty Rude served as president first and second semesters respec- tively. Charlene Boeke acted as secretary. The Junior Red Cross began the year by entertaining at the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. Meeting every two weeks for a luncheon, the group planned and carried out the Red Cross Drive at school, circulated Red Cross disaster card, and planned a student directory. Mrs. Elizabeth acted as sponsor of the group. Mary Manning served as president and Jo Schultz as secretary.Treasurers Student Each organisation in high school needing a student to handle finances had a representative in the student treas- urer group. These students worked un- der the general treasurer. Marx Mc- Nally, and the athletic treasurer, Oscar Ourth. who supervised the financial records and kept accurate and complete accounts. It was the job of the student treas- urer to count all collected money, make out receipts, and then turn it over to the general treasurer. Miss McNally was assisted by Lynn Stempel and Mr. Ourth by Jim Mer- chant. Back rou: Moses, Ston er, Merchant. Everds, Christy, Shipley,, C. Judge Edith I.illie. Front rou : Molleston. Hill yard, K. Sills. Geiger. Reed. Stem pie, Zickefoose, Miss McSally. Rifle Club Back rou: Severson, Booth. Cole, I). Davis. Front rou-: Ramsey. Carter, D. Taylor. G. Mallory. Ames High sharpshooters were given the opportunity to exercise their crafts- manship once a week at the college armory. Through the efforts of Paul Severson, the club was given permission to use the college shooting galleries for two and one-half hours every Thursday. Two instructors were present to help and advise the boys who were provided with guns. The club paid for its own ammunition. Dave Henderson led the group: and Mr. Kitland served as the faculty ad- visor. eighty-oneA THLETICS Society in miniature: a strong body working with a strong mind to mold personalities.Football Back row: Dresser, Sucher, Dreeszen, Clapp, Stuart, Lange. Prather. Fourth row: McFarland. B. Baldus. I). Catron, Buck, Fellows, Smalling, Covey, Getz. Evans. Aegerter. Mr. Hells. Mr. Linn. Third row: Hogue, Bomberger, R. Carr, Murray, S. Smith. H. Kilstrom. Lamson. R. Brown. Front rou : Magoon. E. Hanson, L. Munson, H. Berry, M. Berry, Callahan. Hildreth. Scholl. Torrey. Ellis. Harris, Milliken. Terry Stine. Fain. Left to right: Lamson. first team All-State Il)PA, Jack Xorth. first team CIC; Stuart, first team All-State I DP A, Jack Xorth, first team CIC; Murray, third team CIC; Moore, second team CIC; L. Munson, second team CIC; B. Berry, second team CIC; Covey, first team CIC; Fellows, third team CIC; Kil- strom, second team, CIC; Sucher. third team All-State; Jack .Xorth, first team CIC. There have been many great teams in Ames High's athletic history and the 1956 team compares with the best of them. It. like all great teams, did not have just one good player, but was a group of boys with experience and ability who worked togeth- er as a unit. Perhaps the most outstanding feature of this team was its extreme desire to win. It was almost unbelievable how great they were when the situation demanded that they be great. Many honors were bestowed upon this unbeaten and untied team. They were se- lected as state champions after they had driven relentlessly to another C.I.C. cham- pionship. Two players. Chuck Lamson and Bill Stuart, were placed on the all-state first teams in addition to winning All-American honors. eighty-fourFootball AMES—26 SIOUX CITY—7 Vine? High's football team got off to a boom- ing 'tart b downing the S.C. Raiders in their opener. Chuck Lamson scored on a one yard plunge and Bill Stuart caught two touchdown passes. Bob Covey scored Ames' third touch- down on a 35 yard run. AMES—7 NEWTON—6 In a thrilling football game. Ames opened its C.I.C. football season on a happy note with a victory over the Newton Cardinals. Newton scored in the first quarter on a long punt re- turn and led the Little Cyclones until the last five minutes of the game. Chuck Lamson passed for 25 yards to Bob Covey for the tieing touch- down. Bob kicked the winning point. You won’t get him that way A M ES—27 M ARSH ALLTOWN— 12 Ames High was in complete control as it suc- cessfullv opened its home season. Chuck Kil- strom led the Ames attack as he scored three touchdowns, one on a 76 yard scamper. Don Milliken and Dave Sucher were also standouts in the Ames force throughout the entire game. AMES—26 OSKALOOSA—6 Ames took over sole possession of first place in the C.I.C. campaign by downing the Oska- loosa Indians. Ames scored first on a pass from Chuck Lamson to Bill Stuart: Bill’s first of three touchdowns for the evening. Perhaps the most outstanding feature of the game was the Little Cyclone defense. eighty-five Catch me if you can!Football AMES—42 WEST WATERLOO—6 Ames rolled to its most impressive victory of the season by walloping West Waterloo. On the Little Cyclones first play they scored on a pass from Chuck Lamson to Bill Stuart. Ames be- gan a blistering pace and led at half-time 33 to 0. Bob Covey scored two touchdowns. Bill Stuart. Gary Ellis, and Chuck Lamson each added another for the mes Homecoming vic- tory over the highly rated Wahawks. AMES—35 GRINNELL—7 Ames downed Grinnell in a game in which the Little Cyclones gained 443 yards rushing and passing. Ames took control early and con- tinued their devastating attack all through the game. The scoring was evenly divided between Bob Covey. Bill Stuart. John Murray. Denny f ain and Gregg Gammack. Bob Covey kicked for the five extra points. Jubilation AMES—27 I). M. ROOSEVELT—14 Ames, down 14 to 0 early in the game, came charging back under the leadership of quar- terback Chuck Lamson to overpower the Rough Riders. The Little Cyclones, refusing to be beaten, collected their senses and scored a sec- ond quarter touchdown. The Roosevelt forces couldn't tame the fired-up Little Cyclones as they continued onslaught in the second half. Chuck Lamson scored all the Ames touchdowns as he turned in the outstanding individual per- formance of the season. AMES—28 BOONE—0 Ames had too much manpower as the team romped past Boone, to clinch the C.I.C. cham- pionship and finish the season undefeated for the first time in six years. The scoring was evenly divided between Chuck Kilstrom, Bob Covey, Jack Stevens and Gregg Gammack. eighty-six fThich tuin has the. Toni?Sophomore Football •Vines High was represented by one of its finest sophomore teams in recent years. The un- derclassmen fought their wax to an unbeaten, untied season. They, just like the varsity, met some of the state's finest teams in this area. Many of the sophs started practicing with the varsity at the end of the summer. The hoys were prettx well toughened by the fir t game. The fundamentals and techniques brought out in practice were then put to use in five games. The team’s coach. W ally Linn, had a lot to do with their -uccess. The trainers were Tom Bray- ton and Jack Nordyke. This team had the traditional Ames High spirit and showed some great potential for fu- ture varsity teams. The season's record: AMES—13 WEBSTER CITY—6 Jim Stuart scored a first quarter touchdown and Gregg Gammack added another in the second quarter as the sophomores were in command throughout the contest. A M ES—34 M A RSH A LLTC )W N—7 W ith a game's experience under their belts. Ames found little resistance from an under- manned Marshalltown sophomore team. AMES- 14 DES MOINES EAST—E In perhaps the toughest game of the year. Ames overcame a bigger team from East Des Moines. Tom Gray and Gregg Gammack were the he- roes as they each scored a touchdown. AMES—20 BOONE—6 Jim Stuart scored early in the contest but the Little Cyclones were unable to score again until Tom Gray scored twice in the fourth quarter. A M ES—39 G RIN N ELL— 13 Ames came from behind 13-0 in the first quarter to trounce Grinnell 39-13. Jim Stuart scored on a sneak and Tom Gray scored twice on short runs. Touchdown passes were caught by Doug Rogers and Steve Burrell. Back row: Mr. Linn. Brayton. Reese, Rosegute, Ben Cox. Severson, L. Erickson, Tim eighty-seven Stine. Third row: L. U . Jones, McCullough, Scheuermann, Wall, S. Howell, J. Stuart, E. Kuhl. Second row: K. Munson. Donels, J. Thompson, Burrell, Rogers, Easley, Timm. Front row: E. Xelson. V. Delloet. J. Kelley, T. Thomas, C. Smith. Gray.Sophomore Basketball Hark row: Burrell, Timm, If all. Gray, S. Carr. M. Anderson. Second row: Mr. Covey. Donels, E. Kuhl. J. Stuart. Holtz, L. Munson. Front row: Harry l.uther. Rogers. Posegate, Bray ton. Feavel. G. Smith. P. Nelson. The final gun of the Webster City game completed the 1956- 1957 sophomore basketball sea- son. The sophs finished with a record of thirteen wins and three losses, the losses being forfeited by a total of five points. In the C.I.C. it was. as usual, a tough race, but Newton man- aged to tie the Little Cyclones for the title. The team had an eight and two conference rec- ord. Jim Stuart led the C.I.C. in total points, scoring 203. According to Coach Hi Co- vey. “The boys showed tre- mendous improvement the last half of the season. He pointed this out by show- ing that the last six games of the season were victories. High scorers for the season were Jim Stuart. 308: Steve Burrell. 202: Dave Posegate. 95: Dave Wall, 88; and Doug Rogers. 51. Under the expert guidance of Hi Covey, the sophs averaged 55 points per game as com- pared to 47 points per game for their opponents. The team played each of the teams in the C.I.C. conference and five others, several of them varsity reserves. eighty-eightBasketball The mes High basketball team met one of the toughest Central Iowa Conference races in history and finished with five wins ami five losses. The loop finished with Marshalltown. Grinned, and Boone in a three-way tie for first place with a 7-3 record. The Little Cy- clones were fourth, followed by Oskaloosa and Newton. The Little Cyclones started the season by- winning seven of their first eight games, but won only of their final nine games. Every team has a high point of its season. Ames High's was. probably, the game when they beat Marshalltown 53-51 in seven over- times. a game which set a state record for overtimes. Wally Linn, in his second year of coaching at Ames, coached a team made up of seven seniors and seven juniors. Coach Linn will have those seven juniors plus a sophomore team which tied for first in the C.I.C. back for his team next year. This is the schedule of the season's games and their scores: Nov. 24—Mason City 43 Ames 49 Nov. 30—North DM 71 Ames 74 35 Dec. 7—Newton 42 Ames 46 Dec. 14—M-town 18 A mes 47 21—Grinned 18 55 Dec. 28—Roosevelt D.M. . 48 Ames 65 Jan. 4—Oskaloosa 54 Ames 60 Jan. 11—Boone 54 Ames 51 Ian. 52 47 Jan. 19—Nevada 67 Ames 78 Jan. 25—M-town 51 Ames 53 Feb. 1—Grinned 50 Ames 18 Feb. 45 57 Feb. 15—Boone 52 Ames 51 Feb. 18- Webster Citv 70 Ames 51 Mar. 8—Central Back row: Shipley, Baldus. Dresser, Toppenberg, B. Stuart, Sucher, Fellows, Prather, Mr. Linn. Front row: DeVaul. Porter, Lamson. Covey, C. Kilstron, Milliken, Ellis, Highbarger. eighty-ninenme Break-through AU important pep assembly The warmup Game in progress Rooting fan Arabesque ninety Tour Time-outAwes High Is } ictorious Inspiration Rebounding The regiment Basketball (.v) VICTORY!! ninety-one Introductions Halftime Coach concentration Go, Imes High!!Varsity Track Back row: Shipley, Kelson. B. Luther. Fourth rou : McCarthy. Klein, Carter, McGUvrey, Toppenberg, Lykke- gaard, Synhorst, Klingseis. Clapp. J. Anderson. Third row: R. Jones, McFarland. Errington, L. Jones. Bogue, White, Wagaman, T. Smith, Getz, Smedal, Rosebrook. Second row: Mr. Covey. Ellis. D. Catron. Stensland, Murray, Milliken, Brother, Buchholtz, M. Berry, Soults. Mr. Wells. Front row: Dresser. Clem. B. Bald us, I.amson, C. Kilstrom, Eeans, Covey, B. Stuart, Stevens. Bomberger. Scholl. Reserve Track ninety-two Back row: Callahan, T. Moore, B. Luther, Fourth row: T. Anderson, Hauk, Gray, Cafferty. Wall, D. Bierce, Randau, Daley, Van Voorhis. Third row: L. if'. Jones, Gammack, G. Smith, J. Kelley, McCullough, Timm, J. Stuart, R. Johnson. Second row: Mr. Covey, Oslund, T. Thomas. Balloun, Bosegate, L. Munson. S. Howell, Donels, E. Kuhl, Mr. Wells. Front row: E. Kelson, J. Thompson. Burrell, Brayton. Rogers. S. Carr, Feaval, Holtz, M. Anderson.On your marks, get set, go! Cinder Speedsters I he defending Iowa State Championship track team began practice on the Iowa State College indoor track, January 21. Under the direction of Coach Hi Covey and his able assistant. Kenny Wells, the Little Cyclones pre- pared themselves for a fine season. The nucleus of the fifty-five man varsity squad con- sisted of nineteen returning lettermen. Coach Covey staled that “this team was as good or better than the two preceding teams, both of which were State Champions.'' This team was noted not only for its fine individual and team performers, hut for its team spirit in a sport that is supposed to be strictly individual. The team entered several different meets, relays and invitationals. coming into contact with the finest teams in the state. Included among these were: the State .A.U. Indoor, the State High School Indoor, the Oska- loo a Relays, the Valley Relays, the Bob Cat Invita- tional. the Drake Relays, the Ames Invitational, the State District, the C.I.C. meet, and the State High School Out- door. ninety-threeTennis ninety-four I (Minis coach 0. J. Ourth was greeted by an enthusiastic group of hoys headed by three re- turning lettermen. These three lettermen formed the nucleus of a squad that represented Ames High in a very fine fashion. The season actually started long before the first meet with the boys reporting for practice in the gym in early March. The team practiced diligently and their efforts were justified as they entered meets with the top teams in the state and were quite successful. There were many top individual stars in this area and the entire team was offered challenging competition. The team entered the following dual meets and tournaments: Fort Dodge East Des .Moines Roosevelt Des Moines Marshalltown Newton Franklin Cedar Rapids Boone Grinnell Invitational District Conference State Members of the squad were eligible for an award in tennis if they earned 28 points or one-third the possible points from the ariou tournaments, excluding the final st3te tourna- ments. Awards were made at the awards as- sembly in the spring. Hack row: Mr. Ourth, Teig, Kohl, Krekow, Simmering. Front rou : Morrison. Ramsey. Torrey, Nairn.Golf Not recommended procedure! Ames High has always been represented hy a strong golf team and this year’s team was better than average. The same boys that last year waltzed to the C.I.C. championship were back this year so there was experience and ability in excess on this year’s squad. Besides the four returning lettermen the squad was bolstered by some excellent reserves that pushed the first five boys to greater | erform- ances. Because of the experience that this squad had. they were ranked among the top teams in the state. I he team under the direction of Wally Linn entered the following meets: Cedar Rapids Franklin Lincoln Invitational Boone Marshalltown Des Moines Roosevelt Newton Ames Invitational Conference District State Back row: Lineweaver, Elder, Everds, D. Erickson, Booth. Front row: Stokka. B. King, D. Schaeffer, Reese, Highbarger, Merchant. ninety-fiveBaseball Pitching was the decisive factor in the unde- feated regular season of the Ames High baseball team this summer. The team’s only loss came at the hands of Thomas Jefferson High School of Council Bluffs in the first round game of the State Tournament, leaving the team with a season's record of 15 wins and one loss. The games their respective scores were: Ames 9 Roland and 3 Ames 11 Nevada ... 6 Ames 10 Grand Junction 0 Ames . 8 Radcliffe 0 Ames 12 Valley, West DAL Ames . 5 Roland 0 4 Ames . 8 Nevada 3 Ames . . 6 East DAL 4 Ames .10 Nevada 0 Ames 11 Stanhope 2 Ames 12 Rippey 2 0 Thomas Jefferson 1 . 3 Valley 1 Ames Grinnell 2 Fritz Jackson. Jim Balloun. and Gary Ellis were the Little Cyclone pitchers this summer. The leading hitters included Fritz Jackson. Gary Ellis. Bob Ellis and Jim Balloun. The boys were coached by Hay Smalling. Fritz Jackson ’56 was elected captain of the team. ninety-six Hack row: Carlson. J. Martin, Talbert, McCarthy, T. Gorman, Shaffer, McGilvrey. Second row: J. Smalling, Terry Stine, F. U right, Harris, T. Cox. Jim Balloun. G. Ellis. Front row: B. Carpenter, F. Jackson, L. Spear, B. Ellis, Ed Hansen, Porter, Ford, Aeger ter.Varsity Club Back rou: Teig. Prather, Dresser. D. Sucher, ZL Stuart. B. Baltins. Murray, S. Carr, Elder, Everds, Erring- ton. Third rou : Klein, T. Moore, J. Anderson. Simmering. M. Berry. Stevens. Covey, Getz, Evans, J. Smal- ling. Second rou : Stensland, Callahan. Browning, Porter, Millikan, Fellows. Hansen. Clem, Torrey, Ship- ley. Front rou : L. Munson. Bomberger, B. King, Lamson. C. Kilstrom. Fain, Ellis, Magoon, R. Jones. The proud owners of athletic awards earned in any of Ames High's seven sports were eligible for mem- bership in the Varsity Club. The furtherance of athletics through its support of tournaments and intramurals was the chief func- tion of the club. High on the list of activities of the group was an initiation for its new members and a picnic held in the spring for all the members. The club was led by Chuck Lam- son. president: Ben King, vice pres- ident: and Chuck Kilstrom. secretary- treasurer. ninety-sevenIntramural Execs. “Athletics lor all" was the aim of Ames High in- tramurals. Intramurals between the nineteen home- rooms of the Ames High are planned primarily for boys not taking part in varsity sports. However any boy in Ames High was eligible for intramurals pro- vided he lunl not won an “A" in the sport, or was a member of the sophomore or varsity team. Homeroom competition fell in three leagues: sen- ior. junior and sophomore. Each homeroom played in its own division. Sixteen different sports were offered to the boys, through their homeroom captains who made up the intramural council. Points of 10- 6-4-2 (5-3-2-1 if two tournaments are run in the same sport I are awarded the first three winners in each league which count toward the total for that homeroom in winning the grand championship. Trav- eling trophies are awarded to the winning homerooms in each league. In addition, an intramural first place ribbon is awarded to individual winners. Trophies were also awarded to the first place league winners in basketball. Intramural Coordinator. Mr. Smalling ninety-eight Hack row: Fellows, H all. Gray. Second row: E. Hansen. Morrow. Lange. Henderson. Front row: M. Fierce. Morrison. Daley.Muscles Murray is. rugged Rog Carr Intramurals Horizontal bar exhibition . Ill-stars vs. "8" squad Fighting for that ball Pas ley and P. Mosness on the mat ninety-nineG.A.A. Cabinet Hark row: Vogt, Joan Bachman, Hawkins. A. Kelly, Daniels. Throckmorton. V. Thomp- son, F. Kind. Hillyard. Second row: Hensing. McDowell. Cowan. Clark, Storby. M. McTagut, Edith Lillie. Front row: Mrs. Smith. Blaess. M. Martin. Young. Clouser. McLarnan, J. Duffy, Packer. The Girls' Athletic Association, an organiza- tion for girls interested in sports, met every Monday and Wednesday after school under the supervision of Mrs. Smith. In the fall the girls in G.A.A. played softball and later howled. During the winter months they played volleyball and basketball. All-star bas- ketball teams were chosen from each class and competed against each other with the junior all- stars winning. The spring sports were tennis, badminton, and golf. The officers this year were Nancy Thompson, president: Barb Vogt, vice president: Mary Hill- yard. secretary-treasurer: Joan Bachman, in- tramural chairman; Judy Clark, social chair- man: and Faithe King and LaVonne Daniels, point recorders. Two initiations were held this year for all those earning 100 points. Points were earned in team sports and outside activities. For earn- ing 500 points members were awarded their small “A" and for 1500 they earned a "little skunk." The initiations were held in the gym with a potluck beforehand for all members. The girls earned money through a bake sale and dues. The dignified Mrs. Smith one hundredThe trials of initiation Shoot, Ellen, shoot! Lose something? Strike one! Babe Bachman” at the plate. one hundred oneSPECIAL EVENTS Homecoming . . . Friendship Week . . . Spirit Dance . . . Prom — a few of the many treas- ured memories of an eventful year.Candidates— Hack rote: Judy Clarke, Barb Kurtz, Pat Smith, Marilyn Miller. Second row: Pat Miller, Sherri McDonald, Dorothy VanDerWilt. Front row: Vicki Thorpe, Katy Reed, Deb Coe. Coronation—Ames High style—1956 Attendant, Miss Patti Miller one hundred fourHomecoming Homecoming tradition: The snake dance. “Let's lick 'em !" The weekend of October 12 witnessed Ames High's annual Homecoming celebration—the fin- est ever. The kick-off of the festivities took place at a spirited pep assembly at which the Homecoming queen. Barbara Kurtz, and her two attendants. Pat Miller and Dorothy Van Der Wilt were an- nounced and presented with flowers by football captain. John Murray. These girls were chosen to rule over the celebration from a field of ten can- didates by the student body. A snake dance and parade was led by the Ames High marching band, pep club, and the queen and her attendants. A pep rally in front of the city hall with Mayor Lawlor as speaker climaxed the parade. A capacity crowd of Ames students, alumni and spectators watched the climax of the Homecoming celebration as the Little Cyclones smashed the fourth-rated West Waterloo Wahawks 42-6. The half-time entertainment featured the presen- tation and coronation of Queen Barbara by her escort. Chuck Elder. Mums and goal posts decorated the study hall as part of the victory celebration. "Homecoming '56" held after the game. Lamson on the loose "Hey, ref! I've got the ball.’ one hundred five“Snowball” ‘1 The setting. Attendant Miss Katy Reed '' Attendant Miss Karyl Sills A fat. jovial snowman and glitter ing snowflakes lent environment to the 1957 SPIRIT dance. “Snow Ball. ’ held in the study hall on Saturday evening. February 2. The announcement of the SPIRIT Sweetheart. Miss Vicki Thorpe, was heralded by the senior boys quar- tet who sang. “Let Me Call You Sweet- heart." The SPIRIT Sweetheart was at- tended bv Karyl Sills and Katy Reed. The dance, annually sponsored by the SPIRIT staff, was under the supervi- sion of Faithe King, the assistant edi- tor of the yearbook. Mary Louise Judge and Karen Maakestad were in charge of decorations. Jerry Shipley, business manager of the book, acted as master of ceremonies. Ellen Molleston won the free SPIRIT. one hundred six Candidates, left to right: Karyl Sills. Dorothy VanDcrU'ilt, Patti Miller, Katy Reed. Ellen Molleston, Nancy Hagge, Vicki Thorpe, Judy Clark, Margie Hirschburg.Hills Studio MISS VICKI THORPE 1957 SPIRIT Sweetheart Career Day Dr. Lagomarcino Investigating careers Fifty-four speakers from all walks and phases of life presented their views on their individual occupations and careers to Vines High students and their guests, the Welch and Central ninth-graders, on Career Day. held on March 1. Each student was given the Opportunity to attend three different sessions of the ca- reers of his choice which were offered during the day. The day was highlighted by a talk by Dr. Virgil Lagomarcino of Iowa State College and an assembly featuring the A Cappella Choir and the dance band. Career Day is sponsored each year by the Ames Kiwanis Club. Its purpose is to present occupational information about job require- ments and opportunities, especially about the trends as indicated for the immediate fu- ture. The selection of the occupations pre- sented on the program was made from the occupational interests expressed by the stu- dent body. The project is administered by the student council. Vicki Thorpe served as registrar. one hundred eight Physiology is Robert Haupt's subject.Friendship Week “There is a destiny that makes us brothers" was the theme used f«»r Friendship Week, held from January 7- 11 this year. The Reverend Gill ert Gra- ham of St. Pius Priory in Chicago was Ames High’s guest speaker for the week. Father Graham delivered three talks to the student body: “Life," “Lib- erty. and “The Pursuit of Happiness.” In addition, he held three forums, one for each class, all of which were unusu- ally successful. The remainder of Father Graham's busy schedule was filled in with student conferences, a Girl Re- serve and Hi-’t luncheon ami a faculty tea. Friendship Week is sponsored an- nually by Girl Reserve and Hi-Y. Religious music by A Cappella Choir Conferences , , . one nunilreii nineStudent liodv President Elections Election fever takes hold of Arnes High twice each year during the campaigns for student body prexy. Campaign literature, ranging from the post- age stamp to the gigantic sixty foot variety, ap- peared mysteriously in every conceivable place. Serving as presidents this school year were George Torrey and Dave Sucher. George was elect- ed in the spring of '56 from a field of two other candidates — Chuck Elder and Bob Callahan. Dave competed with Jon Piersol. Pete Getz and John Murray for the office. George and Dave presided over meetings of stu- dent council and assemblies, and served as the representatives of Ames High at many functions. one hundred tenGrand lour of l.H.S. Hut-but-but, Mr. Sturlevant!” one hundred elevenDon't study, you'll wreck the curve. Bugology Student one hundred twelve THIS is a typewriter!' 'Wow this is important. ■ HILL'S STUDIO Thank you Seniors for your fine cooperation and best wishes from your 1957 SPIRIT photographers. 2530 Lincoln Way PHONE CE 2-4570 MISS BARBARA KURTZ Homecoming Queen one hundred thirteenCongratulations to the 1956 STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Tribune Photo You Have Truly Lived Up to the School Mot+o "Ames Hi-Aims High" AMES DAILY TRIBUNE Your Hometown Newspaper one hundred fourteenCompliments of... COU-EGIATE MANUFACTURING IHcompanyIH CHEV ADAMS Ames High School CLINT ADAMS Class of 1919 Class of 1921 one hundred fifteenCongratulations and BEST WISHES TO OUR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS We think we have a wonderful bunch of kids in Ames. We're very proud of you, hate to see you grow up, and we'll miss you when you go on to bigger things ... as we know you will. AMES Dependable Since 1S60 one hundred sixteen Carriers Mike Klein and Danny Schaeffer reading "the newspaper Iowa depends on." DES MOINES REGISTER TRIBUNE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS! Best of Luck in Your Future! '57 SPIRIT STAFFCongratulations Class of 1957 ☆ MOORE'S DAIRY PHONE CEdar 2-6512 428 5th Street AMES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ☆ A Good Place for Your Savings ☆ 300 MAIN CE 2-2714 Congratulations Graduates We have strived to supply your school needs. May we con- tinue to be of service in what- ever field you choose. Gifts—Office—School and Photographic Supplies .Ames Stationers. 238 Main CE 2-4161 Congratulations Class of 1957 From IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT POWER one hundred seventeenCongratulations Class of 1957 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. H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. Established 1891 Main and Duff Ames, Iowa • The Spot for Homes A complete Real Estate Service for City Property McDOWELL'S Phone CE 2-6401 INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS— TRAVELERS AND AETNA FIRE 319 Main Ames, Iowa Bill Vogt Al Stoll W. E. McDowell THE STORE YOU'LL LIKE s 73 z. m Z Smartest in Fashion z Finest in Quality O - 227 Main CE 2-6135 Congratulations Class of 1957 AMES DR. PEPPER Bottling Company 105 Kellogg CE 2-7320 one hundred eighteenInsist Upon O'Neil's Quality Checked Ice Cream LOOK FOR THE BIS RED CHECK MARK v O'NEIL DAIRY COMPANY Ames Iowa TOMORROW BEGINS TODAY "Good Sailing to You Seniors" "Your Friendly Main Street Bank" UNION STORY Trust and Savings BANK Main at Douglas—Ames' Banking Corner Since 1881 CEdar 2-2362 Office at Gilbert Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SKEIE MOTOR CO. Top values in every department. It's a wonderful show of values ... A wonderful selection of fine foods everywhere you look! Garden-Fresh Vegetables Orchard-Fresh Fruits The Best in Meats Complete Stocks of Dependable Canned Foods Oven-Fresh Pastries PONTIAC Sales—Service "Good Will Used Cars" GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES—TELEVISION 202 S. Duff CE 2-3650 one hundred nineteen WHEELOCK CONOCO SERVICE JAMES THOMPSON SONS Conoco Products ☆ U. S. ROYAL TIRES General Contractors for All Types of Building Construction "JOE" WHEELOCK, JR., Owner 5th and Burnett Phone CE 2-4544 Ames, Iowa GENERAL JOSTEN'S FILTER COMPANY Design — Construction—Erection PRODUCTS: Treasure-Craft Jewelry and Stationery Iron Removal Filters Water Softeners Aerators and Degasifiers Chemical Feed Equipment Coagulators and Mixers Swimming Pool Equipment OWATONNA, MINNESOTA Box 526 AMES, IOWA PHONE CE 2-4121 AMES. IOWA Walt Smith Dial CE 2-21 II one hundred twenty £sclLach Individuality in Good Furniture MUSIC HOUSE HOVERSTEN FURNITURE Furniture and Floor Coverings • TELEVISION • RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS-ORGANS • RECORDS—SHEET MUSIC • PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 302 Ames Main Iowa Phone CE 2-3624 ADMIRAL TELEVISION AND RADIOS ADMIRAL AND GIBSON REFRIGERATORS AND ELECTRIC STOVES Flex-Steel and Permalux Living Room Furniture 412 Main Phone CE 2-2674 Best Wishes to the Class of '57 RICHARD'S fliUie float, THE Place to Dine in Ames... in Your Car or in the Dining Rooms. WEST LINCOLN WAY Choice Steaks, Sea Foods, Luncheons Served Daily Banquet Room for Parties Available by Appointment Only BAKALOWS BROS. Overland Cafe and Bus Depot one hundred twenty-oneCongratulations Class of 1957 From COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK Your Campus Town Bank HIBBS PHILLIPS "66" Quality Products—Friendly Service ☆ Your Headquarters for HUNTING, FISHING, CAMPING, AND PICNIC SUPPLIES Iowa and Minnesota Licenses ☆ Lincoln Way and Elm CE 2-6770 Ames, Iowa Congratulations Class of 1957 From BOB'S SUPERETTE CE 2-5204 2416 Knapp Over 16,000 Items for Your Convenience Means You'll Find it at CARR HARDWARE CO. CE 2-6324 Ames, Iowa one hundred tu enty-tu oITALIAN Served 5-12 P.M. $1.25 Combination $1.50 Half and Half $1.50 No Charge for Take Out Service CE 2-9746 TOM’S GRILL "Creators of Good Food" JORDISON ELECTRIC "You Phone Us—We'll Wire You" COMMERCIAL—RESIDENTIAL FARM 133 S. Riverside CE 2-7265 Ames DOWNTOWN AMES Famous Brand Names You Know— DRESS RIGHT... at Prices You Won't You Can't Afford Not To! Forget! General Electric—Schick Westinghouse—Remington Hamilton Beach You'll Be Correctly Attired by Berck's Style Experts Baby Needs—Toiletries Housewares—Toys—Gifts Sickroom Needs SAVE ON YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION Let's Shop at jASTCbOm 41 1 Kellogg Ames’ Clothing Corner in Sheldon Munn Hotel one hundred twenty-three  WALTER REXALL DRUGS The Prescription Shop 217 Main Street Ames, Iowa THE FAIR Dry Goods Ready-to-Wear Millinery 227 Main Phone CE 2-5101 RAY JEWELERS Keepsake Diamonds Elgin—Hamilton 220 Main Phone CE 2-4761 HIRSCHBURG. REYNOLDS AND GILCHRIST Attorneys-at-Law Furniture Automotive McLARNAN'S Trim Shop—Upholstering 1012 Clark Avenue Restyling Ames, Iowa Congratulations ... Class of 57 Ames Body and Radiator Repair Shop Phone CE 2-6253 BATES JEWELERS Watches Omega—Longines—Hamilton Bulova Sterling Silver Gorham—Wallace International—Heirloom CE 2-2515 2400 Lincoln Way Congratulations ... Class of 1957 FALL OIL COMPANY CE 2-5202 516 Lincoln Way HAROLD O. HEGLAND D. R. NEWBROUGH Attorneys-at-Law Ames, Iowa Phone CE 2-4735 Law Offices CLARK KELLEY 304' 2 Main Street Ames, Iowa Phone CE 2-2501 SERVING YOU From the 1430 Spot on Your Radio Dial KASI AM FM COE'S FLORISTS Serving Ames High Since 1932 Finest in Flowers and Gifts Downtown CE 2-5432 303 Main Paul Coe, Manager one hundred twenty-four E R V E SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSITE INSURANCE CORPORATION imes JUDISCH JUDISCH HY-VEE PETERSON HARDWARE Attorneys-at-Law FOOD STORE Ames, lowa 112 So. Sheldon CE 2-4345 Phone CE 2-2260 128 Main CE 2-3054 Congratulations ... CARTER PRESS PURITY BAKERY Class of 1957 Creative Printers JUDISCH BROTHERS and Lithographers 136 Main 125 Welch Ave. Ames, lowa Phone CE 2-2121 Pharmacy 209 Main CE 2-5630 RONNINGEN-GILREATH AGENCY 208 5th Street AMES HARDWARE MUSIC Ames, lowa Phone CE 2-5660 105 Welch CE 2-5405 one hundred twenty-five MASON'S DX Specialties in Washing and Greasing Main and Burnett Phone CE 2-2199 CHRISTENSEN APPLIANCE STORE Ames Appliance Center 226 Main St. Ames, Iowa Dial CEdar 2-6150 Congratulations Class of 1957 J. C. PENNEY CO. 326 Main Ames, Iowa Studebaker—Packard Sales—Service Certified Used Cars WHATTOFF MOTOR CO. 3605 Lincoln Way Phone CE 2-7450 JENSEN OPTICAL COMPANY Dr. R. T. Drummond 216 Main Ames, Iowa Pioneer Jewelers of Iowa Pionet i i 236 M r Jewelers of Iowa Unumb ’i • r«.ru!«4 1865 1 ain Ames Congratulations Class of 1957 SMART THRIFTY 233 Main Ames CAMPUS DRUG CO. Congratulations Class of 1957 2430 Lincoln Way CE 2-4252 OTTO J. BRUE Contractor and Builder 605- 13th CE 2-5953 Ames Best of Luck to You Ames High Seniors LANDSBERG PHARMACY College Rexall Store 2402 Lincolnway CE 2-5175 Keep Your Aims High, Ames High MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE Farm Loan Office Ames, Iowa one hundred tu enty-six Ad Album Lory has her clothes cleaned at Lind- Kit loves the service she gets at Ness Have always gets his car repaired at quist Cleaners. Typewriter. Earl s (,arage. Carole looks for a gift at Moser Lug- Edith washes her clothes at Millard’s Ed enjoys loafing in a bathtub from gage- Self Service Laundry. Palmer Plumbing Co. Steve knows that Standard is best from Bill insists on buying his suits at Stag Joan sees the beautiful job College BrintnalTs Sendee. Clothing. Cleaners does. one hundred twenty-seven ■Ad Album Sandy finds a wide selection of glasses at House of Vision. Jim likes the haircuts he gets at Ship- ley Barber Shop. Ellen supplements her wardrobe at Me- Sharon enjoys self-service at Sinth Cartney's. Street Grocery. Jerr buys his school supplies at Stu dent Supply. Hon keeps up with the latest maga lines from Halt's eus Stand. Sandy picks up paint and art supplies at Irvine's. Sherron tunes in a new Sylvania at Gulliver Radio and TV. Sandy gets the finest fit from Bauge Shoe Co. Gene. Debby, Roscy, and Jim skating at Skateland. Eaithe buys all her party needs at Arnes Fruit and Grocery . Rrue finds an excellent choice of fresh enjoy flowers at Everts’ Florists. I .Acl Album Debbie goes wild over the new Ford at Mathison Motor Co. Jo finds just the blouse she wants at Younkers. Dick finds a fine selection of goods at the College Pipe Store. Linda enjoys the courteous service at Iowa Woolen Company. Sandy gets the best looking hair styles done at Harriman's! Jo finds a wide selection of fine cos- metics at Younkers. The new Mercury at Mathisons Lin- Karen takes all her insurance prob- Johnny and John enjoy cokes at Fran- coln-Mercury catches Fat's eye. lems to Holtz and Nairn. gos. Chuck and Ron slop in for a delicious Mary Anne finds that courteous sen- Johnson Lumber fills Fritz’s shop needs, snack at Joy’s Spudnut Shop. ice is the policy at Ames Panilorium. one hundred twenty-nineAd Album Joan find$ the perfect gift at Joe's Men’s Shop. Kay and Mary Ju hate just enjoyed another stop at Jiffy Lunch. “The neu Chevrolet from Allen’s is just terrific." says Vicki. Vat’s all set to take off in a swell new car from Motor Sales and Service. Karsten finds an excellent assortment of appliances at Nelson Electric. Martha has discovered that styles from Younkers are the most. Jean picks up some groceries for the Diane plans with Northwestern Mutual For expert shoe repair Sherri goes to family at Rushings. at Brown Insurance. Goodyear Shoe Repair. Sandy and Mary stop for a snack be• lore enjoying a movie at the Theaters of Ames. “Oh. boy, do I love this new Olds from Dunlap Motor.” beams Margaret. Linda and Karen enjoy eating at the Rainbow Coffee Shop.4 l 11 bum "Do it yourself' Fred buys his lumber needs at Ames Lumber. Allan Machine Shop takes care of Bob's machanical questions. Marv gets ready for a fine evening of bouling at Ames Bouling Lanes. Bud learns hour a TV set operates at Wierson TV. Phil and Dwayne plan for another tasty meal at L-Way Cafe. Don picks out sporting equipment from A7m’s Sportsman's of Ames. Lynn knows that plants from Dal.eart Florist make lovely gifts. Sandy tries out a new Electrolux from Stuart Electrolux. one hundred thirty-oneIndex Adams, Linda 13, 66, 70 Adams, Mr. Frank II Adams, Mr. Herbert 12 Aegerter, Joint 23. 65. 81. 96 Akin, Lariy 47 Akin, Sandy 44, 64 Alexander. Hill 43 Alexander, Jo 22. 23. 67 Alexander. Ron 23 Alfred. Janice 44 Allen, Susan 22. 23. 56. 60. 69. 70. 77 Allison. Mr. Lcland 13 Anderson. Joe 23. 62. 67. 92. 97 Anderson, Karen 48 Anderson, Kay 47. 70 Anderson, Mark 50. 63. 65. 88. 92 Anderson. Mary Jo 45, 64 Andeson, Nancy 47. 54. 63, 65. 67 Anderson, Sherron 50. 56. 65. 70 Anderson, Thomas 48. 54. 92 Andre. Alice 48, 56. 65. 67. 70. 77 Arrasmilb, Carol 19. 45. 66, 70 Arthur. Dick 47, 63, 65 Arthur. Mary 43 Ayres, Jim 50. 55, 66 Bachman, Jean 43. 56 Bachman. Joan 44. 54. 56. 100 Backous, Shirley 23. 60. 61. 63 Baker. Charmiun 49, 66 Baidu . Boh 23. 58. 84. 89. 92. 97 Baidu . Jerry 23. 58 Ball. Darrell 48 Ballard. Sally 47, 65, 70 Balioun, Jim 96 Balloun, Joe 48. 55. 65. 92 Bappe. Phillip 43. 55. 79 Barrie, Edward 49 Barron. Bruce 63. 65 Baumann. Nancy 50. 70 Baumann. Theil 19. 23. 60. 61. 64. 67. 69. 70 Beach. Joanne 48 Beach. Lafry 44 Bell. Joan 23. 60 Bell. Joyce 23, 60 Beman. Beth 49. 63. 65 Bender, David 44 Bender. Elaine 49. 65 Bengston, Mr. Leonard 13 Berck. Ira 23. 69. 70. 76 Berenstein, Ellen 24. 56. 70 Berry, Boh 24. 8-1 Berry. Marvin 22. 55. 62. 77, 84. 92. 97 Biester. Charlotte 24. 60. 64 Bishop. Robert 24. 63 Black. Duane 24 Blaes . Marilyn 49. 70. 75. 100 Bloomfield. Pat 45. 64. 67. 69. 70 Blvth. Sara 24. 60. 61. 80 Boast. Dick 45. 63. 65 Bodie. Alecia 45. 70 Boeke, Charlene 24. 56. 60 Bogue, Marvin 43. 84, 92 Bohren, Jim 24 Bold!. Mrs. Betty 10 Bomberger. Ed 24, 84. 92. 97 Booth, Jerry ‘13, 55. 58. 62. 65 Bork. David 49. 66. 70. 79 Boris, Paul 24. 58. 62 Botsford. Pat 49. 65. 70 Bourne. Geneve 24. 60. 61. 67. 80 Bowen. Bill 44 Bowen. Gayle 49, 74 Bowlds. Loralee 43. 56. 70 Bradley. Karen 25, 60 Bragonier, Jim 44. 62. 65. 67 Brayton, Tom 48, 55. 63. 87, 88. 92 Brendcland, Jim 45 Brindley, Carol 48. 70. 75. 80 Brown. Diane 25. 60. 64, 80 Brown. Larry 48. 78. 79 Brown, Roger 43. 84 Browning, David 42, 43. 97 Bruce, Clare 47 Bucbholtz, Bill 25. 55. 58, 62. 67. 92 Buchrnan. John 47 Burhman. Pat 25, 60 Buck. Eugene 44. 84 Bundy. Boh 44, 66 Burgoon. Kenneth 45 Burrell. Steve 47. 55. 87. 88. 92 Burroughs. Phyllis 47, 66. 70, 75, 80 Burton, Clarence 25 Burton. Linda 47, 63. 65 Bushy. Dale 25, 67 Busch. Steve 47. 63. 65, 70 Cadrnan. Cloreen 47. 70 Cafferty. Glen 50. 92 Caldwell. Karen 43 Calhoon. Barbara 50, 65, 70 Callahan. Bob 25. 55. 58. 62. 66. 84. 92. 97. 100 Cameron. Karen 44. 56 Campbell. Prue 7. 45. 56. 66. 77 Canvin, Miss Madeline 13, 43 Carlson. Tom 25. 96 Carpenter. Bill 96 Carpenter. Sandra 43. 70 Carr. Kathleen 41. 56. 64 Carr. Roger 25. 78, 84 Carr. Steve 49. 54. 63. 65. 88. 92. 97 Carter. Stan 25. 62 Carver, Jane 25. 60. 67 Case, Ronney 45. 66 Catron. Dwayne 42. 43. 54. 69. 70. 84. 92 Catron. Pat 47. 70 Chance. Marianne 45. 62 Cheever, Judy 25. 60, 64, 70. 76 Cheville. Kathryn 43 Chittenden. Diane 26. 60 Christian. Lvnn 48 Christy. Larry 22. 26. 62. 65. 81 Clapp. Charlotte 19. 49, 70. 75 Clapp. Lvle 43. 84. 92 Clark. Judy 26. 56. 60. 63. 100. 104. 106 Clem. Dick 44, 92, 97 Clink. Sterling 26 Clouser, Elsie 43. 64. 70. 77. 100 Coe. Debra 26. 56. 60. 184 Cole, Don 48 Combs, Jack 26 Compton. Karen 44, 70 Cooper. Ron 45 Covey. Bob 26. 55. 76. 81. 89. 92. 97 Covey. Mr. Hiram 13. 88. 92 Cox. Barbara 45. 67 Cox. Benny 47. 87 Cox. Tom 44, 96 Creel, Pat 48. 75 Cross. Mr. Wayne 13. 62. 63. 64. 65 Cummings, Carol 26. 60. 76. 80 Curry. Sharon 26, 56. 60. 77. 78. 80 Dahl. Judy 47, 65 Dahlberg, Barbara 50. 65. 70. 74 Dailev, Susan 44. 56. 61. 66. 77 Daley. Jerry 47. 55. 92, 98 Daniel . Lavonnc 45, 64, 100 Davis. Mrs. Edna H. 10 Davis, lva Jean 45, 69, 70. 79 Davis, Dick 81 Day. Mr. Richard 13. 66 DeHamer, Miss Dorothy 13. 47. 60. 61 DeHoet, Virgil 47, 8. Demoss, Roy 45 DeVaul, Dick 45. 55. 89 Dickinson. Mrs. Elizabeth 13. 80 Dixon, Stella. 43. 54, 56. 77 Dobson. Virginia 26, 60. 61. 63 Donels Bill 50. 54. 87. 88. 92 Dotson, Jackie 43. 70 Dreeszen. Lvnn 26. 62, 67, 84 Dresser. Jim 43. 58. 84. 89. 92. 97 Duffy, Joanne 44. 64, 80, 100 Duffy. Ray 26Dye, Rebecca 27, 56, 60 Dvk'tra. Gary 27 Easton, Ann 47, 70 Ea«ton, Marjorie 44, 69, 70 Ecklind. Mi" Ruth 18 Edwards, Dale 48 Elder. Chuck 22. 27. 97 Ellingson. Carolyn 45, 56, 63 Elliot. Mr». Rose 13, 45 Elliot. Mrs. Grayer 10 Ellis, Bob 96 Ellis Gary 44. 55, 58. 84. 89. 92, 96, 97 Engelhardt, Mr. Douglas 14, 67 Englehorn, 5e»an 48. 63, 66 Epstein. Ed 49, 70, 78 Erickson. Mrs. Cornelia 19 Erickson. Barbara 45. 64 Erickson. Bernard 45, 70 Erickson, Dave 43. 65 Erickson. Donna 43, 62, 69, 70 Ericks -n, Cordon 27. 62 Erickson. Larry 49, 87 Errington, Fred 43. 55, 79, 92, 97 Evan», Larry 27, 54, 84, 92. 97 Evan», Rochelle 27. 60 Everd Joe 27. 58. 81, 97 Fain. Dennis 27. 84. 97 Farber. Ann 50. 65 Fatland. Darlene 48 Fausch. Carol 27. 60. 62, 66 Fausch, Don 44 Faust, Carolvn 49, 63. 65 Fea e|, Gary , -54. 63. 65, 88, 92 Fellows. Ben 44. 84. 89, 97. 98 Fisher. Bob 47 Fisher. Martha 49, 63, 65 Flack. Mrs. Daisy 12 Foderberg, Edith 19, 27. 56. 60. 80 Ford. Jim 45. 96 Frasier. Mr. James 11 Fred. J Ann 47. 65. 75 Freel, Michael 49 Fryer. Judy 49. 70 Cammack, Bill 22. 27. 61. 69. 70 Cammack. Gregg 50, 92 Gammon. Ken 45 Camper, Valerie 27. 60. 62 Garner, Jerry 48 Garrett. Mrs. A von die 14. 19. 74 Geiger. Jo Ann 7. 28. 56. 60. 69, 70, 81 Getz. Peter 28. 55. 62. 67. 84. 92. 97 Gibbs. Margaret 48. 63. 65, 70. 75, 80 Gibson. Kay 44, 64 Gienger, Miss Dorothea 14 Gilchrist. Jim 28 Goetz. Roger 43. 65. 79 Gorman, Jim 28. 96 Gould. Mary Lou 44, 56, 62. 66 Cow3n. Barbara 47, 63, 65, 70. 100 Cray. Tom 49. 55. 58. 63. 65. 87. 88. 92. 98 Green. Donna 45. 64 Green. Gloria 45. 64 Green, Mrs. Ruth 12 Grubb. Mrs. Betty 14. 50 Grundman, Sharon 47, 70 Gulliver. Dick 43. 63. 65 Gunderson. Anne 50 Haeder. Rosalee 43. 80 Hagen. Sharon 28. 60. 62. 80 Hagge. Nancy 28. 56. 60, 61. 69, 70, 106 Hamilton. Mr. Robert 14, 69, 70 Hammond. Celia 28. 56, 60. 61, 62. 69, 70, 80 Handley. Jim 28 Hannum. Mr. Thomas 11 Hansen. Ed 28. 76. 84. 96. 97. 98 Hansen. Kathi 43. 62 Hardin. Sarah 28. 60. 61 Harris. Leon 45. 84, 96 Haupt, Elliott 45, 69, 70, 79 Hawk, Joan 50, 70, 92 Hawkins, Malinda 48. 65, 70, 100 Haynes, Rosemary 28, 60 Hazel, Bonnie 47, 63. 65, 70 Hridrman. Mr. Dale 14, 60. 79 Heileman, Heidi 28, 60 Henderson, Bill 43, 66 Henderson, Dave 29, 55. 62. 65. 67. 70, 77, 78, 80. Henderson. Steve 48, 63, 65, 67 Hensing, Ann 49, 65, 70, 100 Hetzel, Mr. Walter 10, 11 Hicks. John 29 Highharger, John 43. 55, 58, 65, 66, 89 Hildreth. Bruce 42. 44. 54. 55. 63. 65. 84 Hillman. David 7, 29. 58. 77 Hillyard. Mary 44. 61. 66». 70. 81. 100 Hinrichsen, Sara 47, 56». 65. 63, 77 Hines, Colleen 44, 70 Hirschburg, Margie 29. 56. 60. 61, 80, 106 Hoffmann, Boh 45 Hohenshell. Gene 29 Holtz, Mr. Earl 11 Holtz. Earl 49. 63. 6 5. 67. 88. 92 Hoover. Barbara 49. 6 5 Horner. Janet 45. 70 Hosmer. Ruth 29. 6 0. 62 Houge. Karen 45 Houser. Diane 45, 56». 6 2. 67 Howard. Judy 43 Howe, Martha 48, 56. 63, 6 5, 70 Howell, Mr. Erank B. 11 Howell. Kathie 7. 29. 56». 6 0. 69. 70. 76 Howell. Steve 48, 55, 6 3. 65, 70. 74. 87, 92 Hudspith, Winifred 47 Hutchison. Janice 44. 56». 64, 77 Hull. Adrian 49 Huntress. Debbie 50. 70. 74. 77 Inglis. Jackie 44. 6 4. 6 6. 70. 77 Jackson. Fritz. 96 Jackson. Mary Jo 29. 60. 6 9, 70 Johndreau. Jim 45, 54. 70 Johnson, Larry 29 Johnson, Ron 47 Jones, Larry Dean 47. 54 Jones. Larry Wayne 50. 87. 92 Jones, Larry Wilkins 45. 6»7. 74. 77, 78. 79. 92 Jones. Roger 43. 92. 97 Jones. Sharon 29. 56. 6»0. 62. 80 Jorgenson. Ralph 49 Judge. Ann 47, 70 Judge. Chuck 7. 42. 43. 69. 81 Judge. Mary Kay 29. 56. 60 Judge. Mary Louise 42, 45. 69 Judisch, Jim 48. 70 Keeker, Sharon 45. 64. 80 Kelly, Anita 50. 6 5. 70. 75. 100 Kelley. Jim 48. 63. 66. 92 Kerr. Betty 43 Kilstrom, Bruce 44 Kilstrom. Chuck 29. 58. 84. 89, 92. 97 King. Ben 30. 97 King. Faithe 7. 43. 56. 64. 77, 100 King. Ronald 30. 65 Klein. Mike 44, 54. 92. 97 Klindt. Mrs. Julie 10 Klingseis, Marty 45, 92 Kloppenberg, Rodney 49 Kohl, Denis 30. 78. 94 Kooser, Ted 30. 5 1, 70 Kraft. Larry 49 Krekow. Ed 45. 79. 94 Krocheski. Joseph 49 Kuhl, Connie 44. 69, 70 Kuhl, Ed 48. 87. 88. 92 Kurtz. Barbara 7, 30. 60. 63, 67. 76. 104 Kyle, Carole 48. 75. 80 Lampe, Sandra 44. 6-4, 70Lamium, Chuck 30, 58. 84, 89. 92. 97 Lange. Donald 45. 81. 98 Larsen, Maurine 30, 00. 67 Larson, Ada 45, 80 Larson, Larry 30 Lee, Avu 45, 62 Lee, Mary Susan 49, 65, 70 Lee. Peggy 48. 70 Lee, Ronald 30, 62 Lemoine, Fannie 43 Lester. Elaine 49 Lester, Linda 30 Lewis. Pat 43 Lewis, Sandra 30. 60. 63 Lewis. Sharon 48. 65. 75 Lillie. Edith 30. 56. 60. 76. 81 Lillie. Eliimr 47. 74. 100 Linder. Loralee 47, 60, 63. 65. 70 Linderoth, Janet .31, 60. 69, 70 Lindahl. Mrs. (Gwendolyn 14 Lindquist. Marcia 31. 60 Lineweaver. Jon 31. 69. 70. 76, 79 Linn. Mr. Wallace 14. 44. 84. 87. 89 Litchfield. Eveline 44, 64 Lowther. John 43 Luther, Barry 47, 88. 92 Luther. Bonny 50. 80 Luther. Mark 43 Lvkkegaard. Alex 14. 92 Lykkegaard. Lilly 31. 44. 61 MacBride, Mr. George 14. 42 McCarthy, Dan 14. 65. 92. 96 McClelland, Charles 47. 63. 65 McComb, Mary 49. 67 McCullough. Jim 47. 63. 65. 87. 92 McDonald. Jacqueline 48. 65 McDonald, Sherri 31. 70, 101 McDowell. Ann 31. 60. 61. 61. 80. 100 McFarland. Dave 45. 54, 55. 84. 92 McGilvrey. Fred 15. 96. 92 McGuire. Julie 44. 19. 56. 63. 65. 70 McIntosh. Sandra 49. 65 McKinney. Mike 45. 54 McLarnan. Sandy 31. 60. 63. 68. 80. 100 McMahon. Paul 50 McNally. Miss Mary 15. 81 McNeil. Don 50. 63 McTague. Frances 49. 54. 56, 70. 74 McTague, Mary 7. 31. 56. 57. 60, 69. 70. 100 McWilliams, Cathy 48. 63. 65. 70 Maakestad. Karen 45. 56. 62. 66 Madsen, Judy 47, 63. 65 Magoon. Keith 31. 55, 65. 31. 97 Maitland, Larry 31. 58 Mallory. Glen 50. 64. 81 Manning. Mary 31. 60. 70. 80 Marks. Martha 47 Marsh. Mrs. Maude 19 Martin, Donald 31, 54. 61. 65. 66' Martin. Karen 45. 56. 64, 70 Martin, Jerry 96 Martin. Mary 43. 64, 100 Mason. Barbara 43. 56, 64 Mathison. Judy 44. 62. 64. 74 Matterson. Judy -14, 64. 69. 70 MatusCski, Jerome 47 Meier. Janice 50, 63, 65. 67 Merchant, Jim 43. 55. 81 Mettlin, Nancyne 18. 65 Michaud, John 48 Middents. Mr. Joe 18 Miller, Linda 45, 61. 80 Miller. Marilyn 32, 60. 63. 161 Miller. Patti 32. 60. 61. 69. 70. 16». 106 Miller. Miss Ruth 15. 47, 55, 56 Millikcn, Don 43. 55. 62. 66. 3». 89. 92 Molleston. Ellen 7. 22. 32. 56. 60. 63. 67, 76. 77. 81. 106 Moore, Gary 44 Moore. Terry 32. 55. 62, 67. 92. 97 Moreland. Mrs. Anna 19 Morris, Jack 48 Morrison. Gary 32. 66. 76. 94. 98 Morrow. Ronald 32. 93 Mow . Ronald 78. 79. 81 Mo ne—. Mike 44 Mo ness. Phillip 19 Mullin. Maxine 44. 56. 61 Munson. J.dm 48. 67 Munson. Keith 47. 58. 87 Munson. Larry 17. 81. 88. 92. 97 Murray. John 32. 55. 62. 66. 78. 84. 92. 97 Nairn. Dave 45. 94 Nelson. Bill 47. 50, 63. 65 Nelson. Ed 49. 87. 92 Nelson. Gwen 32. 60. 61 Nelson. Janice 32 Nelson. Pat 43. 70 Nelson. Paul 32. 88. 92 Nelson. Sandra 47. 56 Nelson. Sharon 47. 65 Nelson. Suzanne 32. 60 Netcolt. Ralph 32 Newkirk. Mr. Sylvester 18 Nickey. Donald 33. 63 Nordin, Judy 47. 5-1. 63. 65. 75 Nordyke. Jack 48. 63. 65 Olsan. Joyce 43. 64. 70 Osland. Don 49. 92 Ourth. Mr. Oscar 15. 45. 94 Overland. Donald 43 Packer. Ellen 17. 63. 65. 100 Page. Mr. Kenneth 15. 18 Pasley. Clarke 49. 54. 87 Paulson. Ruby 50. 63. 65 Peterson. Bov 43 Peterson. Karlyn 18. 65. 70 Peterson. Pearl 44 Peterson. Sandy 18. 65. 70. 77 Peyton. Phyllis 47, 67. 70. 80 Pharos. Michael 48 Pierce. Darwin 47. 54. 92 Pierce, Marvin 33. 98 Piersol. Jon 33. 62. 66 Pinnell. Suzanne 44. 54. 62. 66 Pinnell. Sylvia 19 Pitman. Barbara 49. 63. 65 Poole. Carey 50. 63. 65 Porter. Dennis 42. 44. 89. 96. 97 Posegate. David 48. 55. 58. 87. 88. 92 Prather. Joe 33. 84. 89. 92. 97 Purvis. Janet 48 Purvis. Joan 47, 75 Radtke. Diana 33 Rah. Judy 17, 56. 63. 65 Ramsey. Dick 45. 65. 81. 94 Ramsey. Homer 44 Randau. Ronald 79. 92 Rath, Jim 49 Ratliff, Janice 50. 63. 65. 75 Ratterree. Richard 49 Reese. Mike 48. 87 Reilly. Barbara 48. 70 Reno. Charles 45 Reed. Katy 33. 56. 60. 04. 67. 76. 81. 104. 106 Rhodes, Frank 33 Rhoades, Bonnie 33. 60, 66, 67 Rice, Judy 47 Richard. Mike 33 Ritland, Mr. Everett 15. 54. 22 R it land. Pat 49. 63. 65. 70 Roach, Linda -18. 56. 63. 65. 70 Robb. Debbie 48, 70 Rogers, Doug 47. 50. 54. 55, 87, 88, 92 Rosebrook, Fritz 33, 67, 70, 76, 80, 92 Rosebrook. Mrs. Lee 11 Rouzc. Sandra 45, 63 Roy. Arthur 45, 58. 66, 69. 70 Rucli, Mrs. Leola 15 Rude. Betty 33, 56. 60. 64. 80Samson. Carla 17 San.lv Barbara 17. tv5. 75 'ami- Elizabeth 50. 65. 75 'a rr. Mis- Laura 10 S-hach. Kent 33 Schaefer. Sallv i4, 60. 66 Schaeffer, Bob 43, 55. 66. 69. 70 St heurrmann. Sandra 47. 63. 65. 70 St heurrmann. Tom 47. 54. 87 « hoi). Sian 44, 55, 67, 84, 92 Schrampfer, Betty 48, 63, 65, 70 Schultz, Jo 43, 66. 80 '. hull 'andra 45. 80 Schweitzer, Man Ann 50, 70 Sclarow, Joan 43, 63. 80 'chumer. Bob 14 Seipp, Judy 62 Severson. Jan 48. 54. 81. 87 Seymour. Philip 45 'hadle. Mr. Owen 15 Shaffer. David 45, 65, 96 Shephard. Douglas 34, 58. 79 Sherman. Mr. Paul 18 Shipley. Jerry 7. 34. 74. 76. 81. 89. 91. 92. 97 Shrader, David 34. 62, 66. 67 Sielert. Mr. Gerald 15, 79 Sills Dennis 43. 65 Sills Janet 48, 56, 75 Sills Karyl 34. 56, 60, 61. 62. 81. 106 Simmering. Dick 34. 76, 94. 97 Simp-on, Jim 48, 66, 67 Simpson. Judy 49, 66 'mailing. J ack 44. 55. 63, 65. 84. 96, 97 Smalling. Mr. Raymond 15. 43. 96. 98 Smedal. Kar-ten 44. 58. 92 Smiley. Roger 47. 63. 65. 66 'mith. Bill 34 Smith. Carol 43. 54, 56, 62 Smith. Eleanor 49, 65. 66 Smith. Mr-. E-ther 16. 100 Smith. Garwin 50. 54. 55. 66. 87. 88. 92 Smith. Kermi» 34 Smith. Lennie 34. 60 Smith. Pat 34. 60. 61. 62. 104 Smith. Sam 34. 84 Smith. Sandra 44. 56. 62 Smith. Terry 44. 92 Soren-on, Carole 44. 64. 66. 77 Soults. Don 34. 55. 62. 66. 67, 92 Soy. Patricia 49 Spear. Larry 96 Spear. Terry 35 Spedding. Elizabeth 35. 60. 70. 74. 76. 77. 80 Spencer. Elbert 35 Stebbin-. Bob 35. 62, 67. 76 Steil. Peggy 48. 63. 65 Stempel. Lynn 22. 35. 60. 61. 63. 76, 81 Sten-land. Bob 44. 63. 92. 97 Stephen-. Marilyn 48. 75 Stevens Jack 22. 35. 55. 58. 62. 92. 97 Stine. Tim 47. 87 Stine. Terry 45. 34. % Stoaks Larry 45 Stoever. Bill 35. 5-4. 58. 67. 74. 77. 78. 79. 81 Stokka. Bob 35. 58 Stone. Mr. Edwin 16, 44, 58 Stoner. Bill 50 Storby. Dijne 44. 6-4. 67. 77. 100 Strand. Anne 45. 56. 69. 70 Strand. Martha 47. 56. 65. 70 Struble. Margaret 35. 54. 56. 60. 63. 67. 70 Stuart. Bill 35. 84. 89. 92. 97 Stuart. Jim 48. 54. 55. 87. 88. 92 Sturtevant. Mr. Floyd 16. 49. 78 Sucher. David 22. 35. 54. 55. 84. 89. 97. 100. 110 Sucher. Pat 47. 75 Swanson. Bob 35 Sydnes, Betty 50 Sylwester, Judy 45. 56, 64. 70 Sylwester. John 36, 54 Synhorst, Steve 43, 63, 65, 92 Taft, Michael 49 Talbert. John % Tarman, Neal 49 Taylor. Dave 43, 81 Taylor. Dick 48 Taylor, Martha 48, 66, 70 Taylor, Kenneth 36 Teig, Roger 36. 62. 66. 76, 94. 97 Terrones, Mark 44 Tcxtrum, Marcia 43, 64, 67 Thogerson, Don 47. 66 Thomas Tommy 47, 87. 92 Thompson. Ann 47. 56. 66. 70. 75 Thompson. Duane 44 Thompson, Mrs. Evelyn 16 Thompson. Jim 50, 87. 92 Thompson, Louise 43. 56, 66 Thompson, Nancy 36. 60. 100 Thornton, Nancy 36, 61 Thorpe, Vicki 36. 56. 60. 70. 101. 106, 107 Throckmorton. Helen 36. 56. 60. 61, 69, 70, 100 Timm, Tommy 48. 55. 63, 65. 67. 87. 88. 92 Timmons. Dorothy 44. 64. 70 Toms, Philip 36 Toppenberg. Ron 44, 58. 89. 92 Torrey, George 36. 54. 55. 63. 84. 94, 97. 110 Trout. Miss Betty 16, 75 Trow, Patricia 47, 63, 65, 67, 70 Trump. Mr. Richard 7, 16 Trump. Dave 45, 77. 79 Tutton. Merrill 49. 66 Utter, Jim 36 VanDerWilt, Dorothy 36, 60. 61, 104, 106 VanVoorhis, Rodger 49. 92 VanVoorhis, Sharon 49. 54 Veline. Phyllis 44. 64 Vierson. Kathleen 45 Vilmont. Dick 36 Vogt. Barbara 36. 54. 60. 64, 67, 80. 100 Vogtlin. Shirley 44, 64 Wagaman. Bill 45. 62. 65. 92 Wall, Dave 48. 55. 87. 88. 92. 98 Wal-h. Carole 49, 56. 65. 70. 75 Walsh. Mary Ellen 56 Walter. Dr. J. M. 11 Watkins. Donald 43. 70 Weesner, Su-ir 37. 60 Welden. Mrs. Julia Cole 11 Welke, Jan 37. 60 Wells. Mr. Kenneth 16. 84, 92 Wendell. 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