Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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 one «did Had Helped maHe paddille tHid puHlication Hy yivitup da UKdetyidHlef, Hid tone and e ontd . .. eve tde dta cvidH ta expnedd oust dineenedt appreciation Hy dedicating (Hid 95% Spirit tc you, T fo. 7tump. I ctnuHC tnutcen.... % Student ................20 s4ctcvitce .............50 ttfilctic .............76 94Standing from left to right: M. Judge, Trump, C. Judge, Kuhl, Campbell, Andre, Marks, Lee, Dixon, Merchant. Sitting: Anderson, King. Sywut St M FAITHE KING Editor-in-Chief NANCY ANDERSON Assistant Editor PRUE CAMPBELL Copy Editor ALICE ANDRE Assistant Copy MARY LOUISE JUDGE ........ ..... Art Editor CONNIE KUHL ..... Business Manager CHUCK JUDGE .......... Advertising Editor MARY SUSAN LEE ........Assistant Ad Editor STELLA DIXON Photo Editor JIM MERCHANT Sports Editor DAVE TRUMP Photographer MARTHA MARKS ............. Publicity Editor RICHARD TRUMP..................... Sponsor 6 Left to right: Nordyke, T. Smith L. W. Jones, Jim Judisch, D. Trump, Roy.Su ze i tte tcte tt Coordinating the activities and functions of the Ames schools is Walter Hetzel, Superin- tendent of the Ames Public School System for the third year. The superintendent, elected by the Board of Education, serves on the governing body of the Ames schools. The members of the Board of Education for 1957-1958 are: Don S. Stevens, Mrs. Lee Rosebrook, Thomas Hannum, Frank E. Adams, Earl Holtz, J. M. Walter, and Mrs. Julia Cole Welden. The Board is in charge of all the financial matters and school policies. Officers for this year are: Frank E. Adams, president; Frank B. Howell, secretary; Hiram Munn, treasurer; and Walter Hetzel, superin- tendent. The rapid growth of the Ames Public Schools is keeping these leaders busy planning the ex- pansion of the staff, equipment, buildings, and future sites needed for these additional stu- dents. Enrollment in the Ames Public Schools has increased from 2565 in 1950 to 3716 in 1957 with a projected enrollment of 4889 by 1962. The increasing tempo of sociological change has at the same time made necessary careful study of curriculum. The most critical problem immediately ahead is the financing of new buildings. This is due to Iowa's constitu- tional provision limiting bonding capacity to five per cent of the taxable property in the district. With about half of the property in Ames state- owned and tax-exempt, bonding capacity is too low to finance future building needs. The Iowa Legislature is being asked to help. These problems mean added work for the secretarial staff also. The staff includes: Mrs. Grace I. Elliot, secretary to the superintendent; Miss Laura Sayre, secretary to the business man- ager; Mrs. Edna Davis, bookkeeper; and Miss Karyl Sills and Mrs. Patricia Demaray, secretaries. Regular meetings of the Board of Education are held the second Monday of each month. They are open to the public. 8Sc4cc£ “Saard and Secretaries Left to right: Mr . Julia Cole Welden, Earl Holtz, Dr. J. M. Walter, Frank E. Adams, Frank B. Howell, Don Stevens, Mrs. lee Roscbrook, Thomas Hannum, Walter I. Hetzel. Left to right: Karyl Sills, Mrs. Edna H. Davis, Miss Laura Sayre, Mrs. Patricia Demaray, Mrs. Graycc I. Elliot.‘P%c tccfral Our principal, Herbert Adams, is al- ways ready to help students get the best values from their high school ex- periences. Each student is encouraged to visit him and talk over any problems. Interpreting the regulations of the Board of Education as they affect the policies of Ames High School is a big job. Many important decisions affecting the school life are made by him. Mr. Adams spends many hours in confer- ence with students seeing that they get into the classes which best meet their needs. He plans the schedule of all classes. This job has become increasing- ly difficult with added enrollment and a sharing of classroom facilities with Central Junior High. Mr. Adams is always on hand to meet new students and to confer with teach- ers and visitors. Throughout the year he sees that our school runs smoothly. Secn£ vtie4- A constant stream of students in and out of the office keeps Mrs. Daisy Flack and Mrs. Ruth Green, Mr. Adams' assistants, busy. Their most important jobs are keeping a confidential record of all the students in high school and sending out transcripts of records for the seniors. Typing daily bulletins and weekly calendars and stamp- ing passes are also some of the many tasks of the secretaries. They keep a complete record of the school's absentees and act as the school's receptionists. Aiding them in the office by col- lecting attendance slips, answering the tele- phone, and doing various other odd jobs are Joan Bachman, Sandy Rouze, Sandy Carpenter, Karen Pratt, and Barbara Kyle. 10 Mrs. Daisy Flack, Mrs. Ruth GreenI Besides teaching sophomore English, Oscar Ourth is the treas- urer of athletics and tennis coach. World Affairs tests are a familiar part of Kenneth Page's Ameri- can government and world history classes. He also sponsors the citizenship committee and assists with intra- murals. A new addition to the Ames High teaching is Cecil Spatcher, American his- tory and biology teacher. He was also sophomore football coach and assistant track and basketball coach. Everett Ritland is the senior sponsor and boys' advisor. He also teaches Latin, is student council advisor and has charge of adult education. Richard Trump teaches biology and heads the photography club. He is also the advisor to the SPIRIT staff. In his second year at Ames High, Floyd Sturtevant lives most of his life in the chemistry lab. He also teaches physics and sponsors the radio and science clubs. Robert Hamilton teaches sophomore speech, conducts the drama classes, and directs all the plays. Raymond Smalling teaches boys' P.E. and is intramural athletic director. During the summer he coaches the high school baseball team. The fine perform- ances of the marching and concert bands are due to the efforts of Richard D. Day. Dale M. Hiedeman teaches plane geometry, solid geometry, and al- gebra 4. He is also co- sponsor of Hi-Y. II Assets = Liabilities + Proprietorship is familiar to Madalene Canvin's students in bookkeeping. She also teaches typewriting, is assistant junior class sponsor, and supervises the Awards Committee of the Student Council. Miss Betty Lea Trout teaches sophomore homemaking and heads the Ames Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America. Experience is one of the best teach- ers, states Owen Shadle, who heads the work experience and cooperative train- ing program. He also sponsors the as- sembly committee. Mrs. Aurilla Vegors teaches sophomore English, P.W.O.E., counsels junior girls, and also assists in the drama department. Mrs. Charlotte Whitney is girls' advisor heads guidance, teaches journalism, and helps with Girl Reserves. She also spon- sors Cubs' Club, election committee, and the Ames High School Web. Many of the sophomores learn plane geometry from Mrs. Betty Grubb. She also teaches algebra I and sponsors the sopho- more cheer squad and the publicity com- mittee. Miss Mary McNally, general treasurer, teaches P.W.O.E., English and world litera- ture, counsels junior and sophomore girls, and sponsors welcoming committee. Developing individual expression, un- derstanding, and appreciation of art are all a part of Leland Allison's job of art teacher. In addition to direct- ing choir, mixed chorus, and boys' and girls' glee clubs, Wayne Cross also trains smaller vocal groups and solo- ists. 12 Leonard Bengtson teaches metal shop. His students learn metal casting, auto mechanics and welding.Exercising to music was one of the ideas Mrs. Carol Lockhart, the new girls' P.E. instruct- or, brought to her class- es. She is also G.A.A. and cheersquad advis- or. George MacBride, the industrial arts teach- er, works with the jun- ior class to make the junior-senior prom a success. Edwin Stone teaches driver education and mechanical drawing. He is also Hi-Y sponsor. Mrs. Rose Elliot teaches Latin and Ger- man and is the faculty advisor to the service committee. Besides teaching American literature. Miss Edna Wilcox spends much of her time planning and organizing the activi- ties of Girl Reserves. Wallace Linn teaches American history. Winter season sees him coaching the varsity basketball team. He also is assist- ant football coach and golf coach. Mrs. Evelyn Thompson, American litera- ture teacher, helps acquaint her junior students with the best of American writ- ing. Besides teaching the first and second year Spanish students grammar and pro- nunciation, Mrs. Lyla Meade teaches them about the customs and history of Span- ish speaking countries. Kenneth Wells, coach of the C.I.C. football conference champs, is Ames High's athletic di- rector and also teaches P.E. Mrs. L e o I a Ruch teaches her sophomore English classes about the different types of literature and reviews the basic fundamentals of grammar. 13Mrs. Kay Garrett teaches American his- tory, commercial law, business organization and management, and personal typing. She also has charge of the noon hour library and sponsors Debate Club. Douglas Engelhard» directs the orchestra and trains the string en- sembles. Mrs. Elizabeth Dickinson, the librarian and head of the Library Club, is always willing to help students select good books and find information. Miss Dorothea Gienger teaches her homemaking students many phases of home economics. The senior girls in Pep Club are spon- sored by Miss Dorothy DeHamer. She teaches stenography, office training, and also sponsors the homecoming committee. Hi Covey teaches economics and soci- ology and is responsible for Ames High's championship track teams. He is also as- sistant football coach and sophomore bas- ketball coach. A newcomer to the Ames High faculty, James Jones, teaches plane geometry, applied mathematics, business arithmetic and physics. He is also assistant sponsor of Hi-Y. Miss Ruth Miller teaches advanced alge- bra and trigonometry, helps with the Girl Reserves and fire squad, and supervises the halls. Mrs. Billie Alexander, who has lived in Moroc- co and visited France, teaches beginning and advanced French. Gerald Sielert, driv- ers' training teacher, al- so has charge of audio- visual aids and noon hour recreation. 14Belter you should do this. Mrs. Esther Raun, the new Spanish teacher. 'pacuttcf ck s4ctay t 15 Ahem! Project! U4tocUci l6 Ames High students are fortunate to be able to work in a clean, well-kept building. For this they can thank the custodial staff. Sylvester Newkirk and Joe Middents come early each morning. Paul Sherman comes at noon to work the late shift. Although cleaning for 600 stu- dents is a full-time job, extra jobs such as re- pairing lockers and desks, replacing broken windows, and during the summer washing walls, painting, scrubbing the floors, and other repair jobs keep them busy. They come early to open the doors and many times stay late to clean up after basketball games and all high school parties. They give our school that extra special look by their mopping, shining and polishing. A person whom many of us depend on when we have been sick is our school nurse. Miss Ruth Ecklind. She comes each day from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in order to admit students who have been absent with a communicable disease. Here she is shown using a Project-O-Chart a device for screening for vision defects, to test Judy Nordin's vision. All sophomores and upperclassmen wearing glasses are given eye examinations each year. Miss Ecklind uses an instrument called the audiometer in giv- ing hearing tests to all sophomores. Miss Ecklind advises all students who have defective vision or hearing to obtain medical help. She says poor eyesight or hearing may be responsible for academic difficulties. Miss Ecklind spends the remainder of the day visit- ing the elementary schools. 16 Left to right: Paul Sherman, Sylvester Newkirk, and Joe Middents.(?a eteiia Left to right: Mrs. Marsh. Mrs. Erickson, Mrs. Moreland. Standing, left to right: Dennis Erickson, Bragonier, Ayres, Howell, Doncls, Gray. Seated: Arthur, C. Clapp, Schweitzer, B. Erickson, Arrasmith, Baumann. There was a lot of work to be done in the kitch- en before the cafeteria line formed each noon. Mrs. Maud Marsh, the manager of the cafeteria, Mrs. Cornelia Erickson, and Mrs. Anna Moreland had to peel sixty pounds of potatoes before a typ- ical meal. They planned a variety of menus each day for an average of one hundred and seventy students and faculty. They were assisted by a number of students who got out of class a few minutes before the end of the third period in or- der to help. Carol Arrasmith, Nancy Baumann, Mary Ann Schweitzer, and Charlotte Clapp served in the line. Barb Erickson and Mary Arthur acted as cashiers and took the receipts to the bank. Bill Donels, Jim Bragonier, Steve Howell, Steve Henderson, Jim Ayres, and Dennis Erickson took turns doing the different K. P. jobs and serving the faculty. Bonnie Luther arranged the menu display board.0pvt t Semeotex Back row: Piper, Wiener, Pierce, J. Smalling, DeVaul, Milliken, C. Judge, Donels, T. Anderjon, Merchant D. Page, G. Carlson. Front row: F. McTague, M. Judge, D. Wall, N. Anderjon, Wildman Mona Wolf M. Easton, Welling, Mr. Ritland. Student (?ou tcCl Second Senteotex 20 Back row: Mike Wolf, Dodge, DeVaul, J. Smalling, Merchant, Milliken, C. Judge, Gray, Dave Wall, Ayre , E. Holtz, Keller, Chrijtopherson, Tice. Front row: Chamberlin, Hiterote, A. Paulson, Carriey, Hazel, A. Easton, Mona Wolf, M. Easton, M. L. Judge, Mr. Ritland. Student tfavestHutent cn Action Mona Wolf, first semester student Denny Porter, second semester stu- body president. dent body president. Democracy in action is an appropriate title for the stu- dent body elections which are held in the spring and fall. They are complete with nominating sessions, campaign post- ers, signs and rallies. AAona Wolf was elected as first semester student body president, and Denny Porter succeeded her second semester. Mona was elected from a field of two other candidates— Jim Merchant and Bruce Hildreth. Denny competed with Mike Klein and Stan Scholl. Among their duties as student body presidents, Mona and Denny presided at assemblies and student council meetings. The council meets each Tuesday on alternating periods. First semester Jim Merchant and Margie Easton were vice presi- dent and secretary respectively. Don Milliken and Anne Easton held these offices second semester. Jack Smalling was appointed treasurer for both semesters. The student council organizes committees which include service, assembly, social, homecoming, noon hour, welcom- ing, and election. The committees are headed by members of student council and the other members are chosen from volunteers from the student body. Some of their many duties include arranging for assemblies and student elections, help- ing with homeroom parties and the social program, welcom- ing new students to Ames High, and constantly keeping the student handbook up to date. Career Day and Back-to- School-Night were two of the special events they sponsored.Everette Ritland, Class sponsor, discusses problem with Dwayne Catron, class presi- dent. Almost two hundred seniors brought to d close their high school careers -with a senior year crowded with work and activities. Led by Dwayne Catron, president of the senior class; Bruce Hildreth, vice president; Carol Smith, secretary; and Dave Erickson, treasurer; the Senior Senate was set up to manage senior affairs. A representative from each homeroom also served on the senate. They were Stella Dixon, 109; Fred Errington, 113; Joan Bachman, 210; Mike Klein, 233; Dick Ramsey, 234; and Ed Krekow, 238. Some of their many activities were order- ing caps and gowns and announcements, planning for graduation and baccalaureate exercises, and planning activities for the all important senior week. They also sponsored the big money making project, the senior class play. They were supervised in all these activities by Everett Ritland, senior class sponsor. Left to right: C. Smith, Errington, Klein, Krekow. D. Catron, Hildreth, Joan Bachman, Dave Erickson, Dixon, Ramsey.ADAMS, LINDA V. Homeroom 109: Vice President 1; Band 1, 2; Cubi' Club 1; Drama 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; library Club 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3. AKIN. SANDRA LEE Homeroom 210: Secretary-Treasurer 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Girls' Gleo Club 2, 3, Officer 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2; Mixed Chorus 3, Secretary 3; Pep Club 3. ALFRED. JANICE ANN Homeroom 233; Activity Director 2; Drama 2, 3; GAA 1. 2; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3; library Club 2; Pep Club 3. ANDERSON, MARY JO Homeroom 234; Band 3; Drama 1; GAA 1. 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. ARRASMITH. CAROL ANN Homeroom 238; Band 3; Drama 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3. ARTHUR, MARY KAY Homeroom 109; Choir 3; Film Operators Club 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1, Officer 1; Pep Club 3. BACHMAN, JEAN ILENE Homeroom 113: Vice President 1, Activity Director 2; Drama 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 3, Vice President 3, President 3; Pep Club 3. BACHMAN, JOAN IRENE Homeroom 210: Activity Director 1, Vice President 1, 2, President 2; Drama 1,- GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1, Cabinet 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 3, President 3, Vice President 3; Pep Club 3; Senior Senate 3; SPIRIT 1; Student Council 2. BAPPE, PHILLIP ALAN Homeroom 113: President 1; Astronomy Club 1; Firesquad 1, 2, 3, Chief 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Rifle Club 1; Student Council 1; Track 1, 2, 3. BEACH, LARRY Homeroom 210; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. BLOOMFIELD, PATRICIA MARIE Homeroom 234: Secretary 1; Band 1, 2; Cheersquad 3; Choir 3; Class Play 2; Drama 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, Vice President 1; GAA 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Cabinet 3; library Club 1, 2; Orchestra 1; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3. Vice President 3. BOAST, RICHARD C. Homeroom 238: Secretary 2; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2; Cheersquad 3; Choir 2, 3; Debate 3; Drama 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Radio Club 1; SPIRIT 2. 23BODIE, ALECHIA MAE Homeroom 238; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2, 3; Girl Reserve I, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. BOGUE, MARWIN GEORGE Homeroom »09; Football 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1, 2; Intramural Council; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity 2, 3. BOOTH, JERRY JOHN Homeroom 113; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 2 3; Firesquad 1, 2, 3; Golf 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Rifle Club 1 2, 3. BOWEN, BILL Homeroom 210; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. BOWLDS, LORALEE JEAN Homeroom 109; Drama 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1 2, 3, Rep. 1; Palm Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1; Student Treasurers 3. BOYER, JONNIE BILL Homeroom 113; Football 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Track 1. BRAGONIER, JAMES WENDELL Homeroom 233: Vice President 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3; Class Play 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 3; Tennis 2; Track 3. BROWNING, DAVID R. Homeroom 113; Basketball 1 Reserves 2, 3; Statistician 2, 3; Class President 2; Golf 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1 2, 3, Rep. 1, 2, President 3, Cabinet 3; Intramural Council 1, 3; Junior Executive Council- 2; Varsity Club 1. 2, 3. BUCK, EUGENE P. Homeroom 233; Football 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Track 1. BUNDY, ROBERT C. Homeroom 233; Secretary 2, 3; Basketball Reserves 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Council 1. BURGOON, KENNETH VERLE Homeroom 234; Film Operators Club 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. CALDWELL, KAREN Homeroom 113; GAA 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Library Club 2; Pep Club 3.CAMERON, KAREN JOYCE Homeroom 210; GAA I, 2, 3; Girl Reserve I, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Pep Club 3. CAMPBELL, PRUDENCE ANN Homeroom 238; Band 1, 2, 3; Cuba' Club 2; Drama 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girl»' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2. 3, Rep. 3; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1, Staff 2, 3. CARPENTER, SANDRA KAY Homeroom 113; Drama I, 2, 3; GAA 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3; Junior Red Cross 1; library Club 3; Pep Club 3. CARR, KATHLEEN Homeroom 233: President 1, Activity Director 3; Cheersquad 3; Choir 3; Drama 1; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Mixed Chorus I, Secretary 1; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2; Student Council 1. CASE, RONNEY L. Homeroom 238; Band 1, 2, 3; Film Operators Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. CATRON, DAMON DWAYNE Homeroom 109: President 2; Baseball 2. 3; Class President 3; Class Play 2; Drama 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Junior Executive Council 2; Palm Club 2, 3; Photo Club 1; Rifle Club 3,- Senior Senate 3; Student Council 2; Track 1, 2. 3. CHANCE, MARIANNE Homeroom 238; Choir 2. 3; FHA 1; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Treasurer 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; Student Treasurers 3. CHEVILLE, KATHRYN D. Homeroom 109: Activity Director 2; FHA 1; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Library Club 1; Pep Club 3, Council 3. CLAPP. LYLE WILLIAM Homeroom 113; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2. CLEM, RICHARD CHARLES Homeroom 210; Baseball 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Intramural Council 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1. 2, 3. CLOUSER, ELSIE RITA Homeroom 113; Cubs' Club 1, 2, 3, President 2; Drama 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, Rep. 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 3. COMPTON, KAREN KAY Homeroom 210; Drama 1, 2, 3; FHA 1; GAA 1; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2; library Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3. 25COX. BARBARA ELISE Homeroom 234: Secretary-Treasurer 3; Band 1. 2, 3; GAA 1. 2, 3, Cab rv t 3. President 3; Girl Reserve I, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. COX. THOMAS M. Homeroom 233; Baseball 1, 3; Football I, 2; Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Pep 1. DAILEY, SUSAN J. Homeroom 233; Band 1; Cubs' Club I, 2; GAA 1 2. 3, Rep. 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3. Rep. 2; Mixed CHorus 1; Orchestra 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3. DANIELS, LAVONNE ROSE Homeroom 234; FHA 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 3, Officer 2, Vice President 3; Girls' Glee Club 2, Officer 2; Girl Reserve I. 2, 3, Rep. 1. Cabinet 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3. DAVIS, IVA JEAN Homeroom 238; Astronomy Club 2; Drama 1 2. 3; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1; Girls' Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Girl Reserve I. 2. 3; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3. DAVIS, RICHARD LEE Homeroom 234; Hi-Y 2, 3; Moved from Parsons, Kansas 2; Rifle Club 2. 3. DEMOSS, ROY R. Homeroom 234; Hi-Y I. 2. 3. Rep. 1; Rifle Club 1, 2. DEVAUL, RICHARD ALLAN Homeroom 238: President 3; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, Reserves 3; Firesquad 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Intramural Council 2; Student Council 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3. DIXON, ESTELLA MAE Homeroom I09: President 1, 2, Secretary 2, Activity Director 3; Cubs' Club 1. 2, Secretary 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1; Girls' Glee Club 1, Officer I; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Pep Club 3; Senior Senate 3; SPIRIT 1, Staff 2, 3; Student Council 1. 2. DOTSON, JACQUELYN DEE Homeroom 113; Drama 1, 2; FHA 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Pep Club 3. DRESSER, JAMES WILLIAM Homeroom 109: President 1, Activity Director 2. Vice President 3; Baseball 2; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, Rep. 2; Intramural Council 1; Student Council 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. DUFFY, JOANNE Homeroom 210; FHA 1, Officer I; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1; Girls' Glee Club 1. 2; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3. Rep. 1; Library Club 1, 2; Pep Club 3.EASTON, MARJORIE ELLEN Homeroom 233: Vice Preiident I, President 3; Drama 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glco Club I; Girl Reserve I. 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2; Library Club 1; Palm Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3; SPIRIT 1; Student Council 3, Secretary 3; Student Treasurers 3. ELLINGSON. CAROLYN RUTH Homeroom 234; Choir 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club I; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2,- Library Club 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3, Council 3. ELLIS, GARY DEAN Homeroom 233; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 2; Firesquad 1, 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3, Cabinet 2. 3. Officer 2. 3; Intramural Council 1; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. ERICKSON, ALVIN BERNARD Homeroom 238: Treasurer 1; Class Play 2; Drama 2, 3; Football 1, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, Rep. 3; Intramural Council 1. ERICKSON, BARBARA JEAN Homeroom 238; Girls Gleo Club 1, 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. ERICKSON, DAVID ALLEN Homeroom 109: Secretary-Treasurer 1, 3, Vice President 1, 2; Basket- ball 1, Reserves 2, 3; Boys' Glee Club 2, 3; Choir 2, 3; Class Treasurer 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Senior Senate 3; Student Treasurers 3. ERICKSON, DONNA LOUISE Homeroom 109; Choir 2, 3; Cubs' Club 1; Drama 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3,- Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3. ERRINGTON, FREDERICK KARL Homeroom 113; Astronomy Club 2, 3; Basketball 1; Firesquad I, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Senior Senate 3; SPIRIT 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3. FAUSCH, DONALD LAWRENCE Homeroom 210; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. FELLOWS, BEN E. Homeroom 233; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Vice President 3; Intramural Council 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity 1. 2. 3. FORD, JAMES Homeroom 234; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 2; Track 1. GAMMON. KENNETH Homeroom 238; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 27GIBSON. KAY ELAINE Homeroom 210: Secretary 1. 2; Drama 1; GAA 3; Girl»' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Rc»erve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1, Cabinet 2; Library Club 3; Pep Club 3. GOETZ. ROGER MELVIN Homeroom 109; Boy»' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 3; Choir 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Cabinet 3; Junior Red Cross 2. 3; Mixed Choru» I; Science Club 2, 3, Vice President 3; Student Treasurers 3. GOULD. MARY LOU Homeroom 233; Choir 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reser e 1. 2, 3, Rep. 1, Cabinet 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer 3; Pep Club 3; Student Treasurers 3. GREEN, DONNA MARIE Homeroom 234; FHA 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3. GREEN, GLORIA MAE Homeroom 238; GAA 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3. GULLIVER, RICHARD FRANCIS Homeroom 113; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; SPIRIT 3; Track 1. HANSEN, KATHRYN ANNE Homeroom 113; Secretary 1, 2; Choir 2, 3; Drama 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1; Girls' Glee Club 1, President 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3, President 3; SPIRIT 2. HARRIS, LEON Homeroom 234; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Track 1. HAUGEN, SONJA ANN Homeroom 233; Band 3; Drama 3; Girl Reserve 3; Junior Red Cross 3; Pep Club 3; Moved from Auburn, Alabama 3. HAUSNER, ERVIN Homeroom 234; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. HAUPT, ELLIOTT LEE Homeroom 238; Drama 1, 2, 3; Film Operators Club 1, 2, 3, President 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Palm Club 2. 3, President 3; Radio Club 1. HENDERSEN, WILLIAM HAROLD Homeroom 109; Boys' Glee Club 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3.HIGHBARGER, JOHN SAMUEL Homeroom 113: Vico President 1, 3; Basketball Reserves 2, 3, Trainer 2; Band 2, 3, Officer 3; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2. Vice President 2; Firesquad 2, 3; Football Trainer 1, 2. Manager 3; Golf 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2, Cabinet 3, Secretary 3; Junior Red Cross 1; Varsity Club 3. HILDRETH, BRUCE NORMAN Homeroom 210: President 1, 2; Basketball 1, Reserves 3; Band I; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 2, 3; Class Vice President 2, 3; Firesquad 1, 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, Rep. 3; Intramural Council 1; Junior Executive Council 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Senior Senate 3; Student Council 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Varsity Club 3. HILLYARD, MARY ELIZABETH Homeroom 210; Band 1, 2, 3; Drama 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, Secre- tary-Treasurer 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Orchestra 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2; Student Treasurers 2. HINES, COLLEEN JOYCE Homeroom 233; Drama 1, 2; GAA 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Junior Executive Council 2; Junior Red Cross 1; Pep Club 3. HOFFMANN, ROBERT Homeroom 234; Hi-Y 2, 3; Moved from Emmetsburg, Iowa 2. HORNER, JANET MARIE Homeroom 234; Drama 1, 2, 3,- Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3. HOUGE, KAREN KAYE Homeroom 234; GAA 2, 3; Girl Reserve 2, 3. Rep. 3; Library Club 2, 3, Officer 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3. Treasurer 3; Student Treasurers 3; Moved from Boone, Iowa 2. HOUSER, DIANE EVANS Homeroom 238; Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Choir 2, 3; Cubs' Club 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 2; Pep Club 3; Student Treasurers 3. HUTCHISON, JANYCE JAY Homeroom 210; Cubs' Club 1, 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Library Club 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2. INGLIS, JACQUELINE DIANE Homeroom 233; Band 1, 2, 3; Cubs' Club 1, 2; Drama 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 2, Officer 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. JOHNDREAU, JAMES THOMAS Homeroom 234: President 2; Band 1, 2; Class Play 2; Drama 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Palm Club 3; SPIRIT 3; Student Council 2. JONES, LARRY WILKIN Homeroom 238: President 2; Band 1, 2, 3, Vice President 3; Boys' Glee Club 1; Debate 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1; SPIRIT 1. 2, 3; Student Council 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. 29JONES, ROGER DEAN Homeroom 109; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2. 3. JUDGE, CHARLES ARTHUR Homeroom 113: Class Treasurer 2; Class Play 2; Drama 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Junior Executive Council 2; Palm Club 2, 3; SPIRIT Staff 2. 3; Student Council 3; Student Treasurers 2. JUDGE, MARY LOUISE Homeroom 234: Vice President 2, President 3; Drama 1, 2; FHA 1. Officer 1; GAA 1, 2. 3. Rep. 1; Girls' Glee Club 1. Officer 1; Girl Reserve 1 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Secretary 3; Junior Executive Council 2; Library Club 1; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2. Staff 3; Student Council 3. KEEKER, SHARON RUTH Homeroom 238; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. KERR, BETTY ANN Homeroom 109; GAA 1, 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3. KING, FAITHE L. Homeroom 113: Secretary 1, Vice President 2; Choir 3; Class Play 2; Cubs' Club 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3. Cabinet 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Vice President 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Library Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1, Staff 2, 3. KLEIN, MICHAEL JOHN Homeroom 233: President 2; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Radio Club 1; SPIRIT 3; Student Council 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. KLINGSEIS, MARTIN JOSEPH Homeroom 234; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. KREKOW, EDWIN AUGUST Homeroom 238: Vice President 1, 2, 3; Drama 1; Football 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2, Cabinet 3; Rifle Club 3; Senior Senate 3;' Tennis 2. 3. KUHL, CONSTANCE ANNE Homeroom 210: Activity Director 2, Secretary 3; Class Play 2; Cubs Club 1; Drama 1, 2, 3; GAA 1. 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Cabinet 3; Palm Club 2, 3, Secretary 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Staff 3; Student Treasurers 3. LAMPE, SANDRA KAY Homeroom 233: Secretary 2, 3; Drama 1, 2; FHA 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. LARSON, ADA CECILIA Homeroom 234; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Libra-y Club 1, 2. 3, Vice President 3; President 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1, 2.LEE, AVA MARIE Homeroom 238; Choir 2, 3, Officer 2 President 3; GAA 1, 2 3; Girl»' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve I, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus I; Pep Club 3. LEWIS, PATRICIA ANN Homeroom 113; GAA 2; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve I, 2, 3; Library Club 2; Pep Club 3. Council 3. LITCHFIELD, EVELINE ANN Homeroom 210; Girls' Glee Club 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus I; Pep Club 3. LOWTHER, JOHN RICHARD Homeroom 109; 8oys Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Photo Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 3; Science Club 2. LUTHER, CARL MARK Homeroom 113: Secretary 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3. LYKKEGAARD, ALEX Homeroom 210; Vice President 2; Football 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. McCarthy, daniel Robert Homeroom 233: Vice President 3; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3;. Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, Officer 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Golf 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Track 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. McFarland, david e. Homeroom 234,- President 1, 2, Vice President 2; Basketball Reserves 2, 3; Firesquad 1. 2, 3; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3. McGILVREY, FRED LEE Homeroom 234: Vice President 3; Baseball 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Council 3; SPIRIT 3; Track 1, 2, 3. McKinney, michael dennis Homeroom 238: Activity Director 1, President 1, 2; Basketball Trainer 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Student Council 1, 2; Track 3, Trainer 1. MAAKESTAD, KAREN JOANN Homeroom 234; Choir 2, 3; FHA 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2, Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. President 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 3. MARTIN, KAREN JOYCE Homeroom 238; Drama 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1, Cabinet 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 3; Pep Club 3. 31MARTIN, MARY LOUISE Homeroom 109; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2, 3; Girl ' Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT I. MASON, BARBARA JO Homeroom 113; GAA 1, 2. 3; Girl ' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1 2. 3. Rep. 2; Library Club I. 3; Pep Club 3. MATHISON, JUDITH ANN Homeroom 210; Choir 2 3. Treasurer 3; Debate 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, President 3; Drama 2, 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1, 2 3; Student Treasurer 3. MATTERSON, JUDITH Homeroom 233; Class Play 2; Drama 1, 2 3; GAA 1, 2; Girls' Glee Club 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2. 3. Rep. 1; Palm Club 2 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3. MERCHANT, JAMES ARTHUR Homeroom 109: Secretary I, Vice President 2 President 3; Athletic Treas- urer 2. 3; Basketball Reserves 2. 3; Boys' Glee Club 1; Firesquad 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Golf 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Secretary 3; Mixed Choru 1; SPIRIT Staff 3; Student Council 3, Vice President 3; Student Treasurers 2, 3; Varsity Club 2. 3. MILLER, LINDA SUE Homeroom 238: Secretary 2, Activity Director 3; Drama 1; FHA 1, Officer 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1. 2; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1; Library Club 2, 3. President 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2. MILLIKEN, DONALD J. Homeroom 113: Activity Director 2, President 3; Basketball 1, 2. 3; Band 1. 2; Boys' Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3. Officer 3; Firesquad 1 2 3, Chief 3; Football I, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1. President 1; Orchestra 1; Student Council 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. MOORE, GARY Homeroom 210; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. MULLIN, MAXINE E. Homeroom 233; Girls' Glee Club 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3. Rep. 2; Pep Club 3; Moved from Kanawha. Iowa 1. NAIRN, DAVID MONROE Homeroom 238: Secretary-Treasurer 1; Basketball Reserves 3; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Secretary 3; Choir 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Council 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. NELSON, PATRICIA ARLENE Homeroom 109; Girl Reserves I, 2, 3. NETCOTT, RALPH Homeroom 113; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3.OLSAN, ALICE JOYCE Homeroom 113; Cubs' Club 1, 2; Drama I, 2; FHA I, Treasurer 1; GAA 1 2 3; Girls Glee Club I 2. 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3; library Club 1; Mixed Chorus 3; Pep Club 3. OVERLAND, DONALD D. Homeroom 109; Football 1; Hi-Y I, 2, 3. PETERSON, BEVERLEE Homeroom 210; Girl Reserve 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Moved from Atlantic, Iowa 2. PETERSEN, PEARL H. Homeroom 210; GAA 1; Girl Reserve 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Moved from Atlantic, Iowa 2. PINNELL, SUZANNE Homeroom 233: Secretary 1, President 1, 2; Choir 2, 3; GAA 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3, Secretary 3; Student Council 1, 2. PORTER, DENNIS ROBERT Homeroom 210: Activity Director 1, President 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Assistant Class Treasurer 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Junior Executive Council 2; Student Body President 3; Stu- dent Council 3; Track I, 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3. PRATT, KAREN ANN Homeroom 113; GAA 1, 3, Rep. 3; Girl Reserve 1, 3, Rep. 1; Library Club 1, 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 3; Moved from Brookings, South Dakota 1, 3. RAMSEY, HOMER ALEXANDER Homeroom 233; Football I; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. RAMSEY, RICHARD ALLEN Homeroom 234-. Vice President 2; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Council 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 3; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Senate 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3. RENO. CHARLES SHERMAN Homeroom 238; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. ROBERSON, BEN I. Homeroom 109; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. ROUZE, SANDRA JEANNE Homeroom 234: Secretary 1; Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, Officer 3; FHA 1, Secretary 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus I; Pep Club 3. 33ROY, ARTHUR Homeroom 234; Band I, 2, 3; Drama 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1, 2; Palm Club 2, 3; Phoio Club I; Science Club 3; SPIRIT 3. SCHAEFFER, ROBERT DANIEL Homeroom 109; Band 1, 2; Boy»' Glee Club 1; Checrsquad 3; Drama 1. 2, 3; Firesquad 2. 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3, Rep, 3; Intramural Council 2; Palm Club 2, 3, Vice President 3. SCHOLL, STANLEY J. Homeroom 210: Activity Director 2; Vice President 3; Basketball Reserves 3; Drama 1, 2. 3; Firesquad 1, 2. 3; Football 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Officer 3; Orchestra 1, 2. Vice President 2; Track 1. 2, 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, President 3. SCHULTZ, JOANNA MARY Homeroom 113: Activity Director 2, 3; Band 1. 2; Drama 1, 2; FHA 1; GAA 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3. Rep. 3; Junior Red Cross 2, Secretary 2; Orchestra 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Moved from Fargo, North Dakota 1. SCHULTZ, SANDRA Homeroom 238; Debate 1; Drama 1. 2. 3; FHA 1, 2, Officer 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 1; Library Club 1. 2, 3; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1. SCHUMER, ROBERT JAMES Homeroom 233; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. SCLAROW, JOAN LEE Homeroom 109; Choir 2, 3; Cubs' Club 1; GAA 1, 2. 3; Girls' Glee Ciub 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; Library Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1, 3. SEYMOUR, PHILLIP FRANCIS Homeroom 234; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, Rep. 3; Intramural Council 1 2, 3; Radio Club 2. 3, Officer 2. 3; Rifle Club 3; Science Club 3; SPIRIT 3. SHAFFER, DAVID MARK Homeroom 238; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2; Football 3; Golf 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Track 2. SHEPHERD, DOUGLAS K. Homeroom 210; Film Operators Club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y.l, 2, 3; Radio Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2. SILLS, DENNIS EUGENE Homeroom 109; Boys' Glee Club 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. SMALLING, RAYMOND JOHN Homeroom 210; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 2, 3; Fire squad 1. 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Student Council 3, Treasurer 3; Student Treasurers 3; Track 2, 3; Varsity Club 2. 3.SMEDAL, KARSTEN Homeroom 210: President 1, Activity Director 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Intra- mural Council 3; Junior Red Cross 1; Student Council 1; Track 2. SMITH, CAROL RAE Homeroom 113: Prejident 1, 2; Band I, 2; Chccrjquad 3; Choir 2, 3; Clajs Secretary 3; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1, Cabinet 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; Senior Senate 3; Student Council 1, 2. SMITH. SANDRA ANN Homeroom 210; Band 2, 3; Choir 2, 3; Drama 2; GAA 2. 3; Girls' Glee Club I; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Library Club 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3, Council 3; SPIRIT 1. SMITH, TERRY DEAN Homeroom 210; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Track 1, 2, 3. SORENSON, CAROLE LEE Homeroom 210: Activity Director 3; Cubs' Club 1, 2, 3; FHA 3; GAA 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Library Club 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Officer 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3; SPIRIT 3. STENSLAND, ROBERT DEAN Homeroom 233; Basketball 1; Boys' Glee Club 1; Choir 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1,2, 3. STINE, TERRENCE PATRICK Homeroom 234: Prejident 1, Intramural Council 2; Basketball Reserves 2, 3; Band 1; Baseball 1, 2. 3; Boys' Glee Club 1; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Student Council 1; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3. STOAKS, LARRY E. Homeroom 238; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. STORBY, DIANE LOUISE Homeroom 233; Band 1, 2, 3; Cubs' Club 1, 2; FHA 3, Treasurer 3; GAA 1. 2, 3, Rep. 2; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. STRAND, ANNE MARIE Homeroom 234: Secretary 2; Class Play 2; Drama 1, 2, 3; FHA 1; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2, Cabinet 3; Palm Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2. SYLWESTER, JUDITH LEE Homeroom 238: Secretary-Treasurer 3; Dram3 2; FHA 1; GAA 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 3, President 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Mixed Chorus I, 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3. SYNHORST, STEVEN DOUGLAS Homeroom 109; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Rifle Club 3; Track 2, 3. 35TERRONES, MARK J. Homeroom 233; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. TEXTRUM, MARCIA Homeroom 109; Bond 3; FHA 3; GAA 2; Girls' G!ce Club 1. 2, G ' Reserve 1, 2. 3. Rep. 1; Orchestra 1. 2, 3, Officer 3; Pep Clyb 3. THOMPSON, DUANE CURTIS Homeroom 210; Drama 2; Film Operators Club 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Rifle Club 1. 3; SPIRIT 3; Track 2. 3. THOMPSON. LOUISE Homeroom 113; Band 1. 2, 3; Choir 3; GAA 1, 2. 3, Cabinet 3; Girls Glee Club 1, 2; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2 Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 2. 3, Officer 2, 3; Pep Club 3, Council 3. TIMMONS, DOROTHY JOSEPHINE Homeroom 210; Class Play 2; Drama 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1 2; Girl Reserve 1. 2, 3, Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3. TOPPENBERG, RONNIE RAY Homeroom 233; Basketball 1. 2, 3; Football 1; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. Rep. 2; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club 2. 3. TRUMP, DAVID MICHAEL Homeroom 234; 8oys' Glee Club 1. 2; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, Cabinet 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Radio Club 2, 3; Science Club 2. 3; Officer 3; SPIRIT 2, Staff 3. VELINE, PHYLLIS ANN Homeroom 233; Band 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Rep. 3; Junior Red Cross 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 3; Pep Club 3; Spirit 2. VIERSON, KATHLEEN ANN Homeroom 238; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Moved from Omaha, Nebraska 1. WAGAMAN, WILLIAM DURRIE Homeroom 238; Basketball Statistician 1; Boys' Glee Club 1, 2; Choir 2. 3; Class Play 2; Football 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3» Rep. 1; Junior Red Cross 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Rifle Club 3; Track 1, 2, 3. WALSH, MARY ELLEN Homeroom 234: Activity Director 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Cubs' Club 1; Drama 2, 3; GAA 1. 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1. 2. 3, Rep. 1, Cabinet 2; Junior Red Cross 3; Pep Club 3. WATKINS, DONALD K. Homeroom 113: Secretary-Treasurer 3; Boys' Glee Club 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; SPIRIT 3. WHITE, RICHARD CARL Homeroom 113: President 2; Astronomy Club 2, 3; Band 2, 3, President 3; Boys' Glee Club 2; Choir 2; Hi-Y 2, 3; Orchestra 3; Student Council 2; Track 2, 3; Moved from Boone, Iowa 2. WOLF, MONA GENEVIEVE Homeroom 238: President 1, Activity Director 1, 2; Choir 2, 3; Class Secretary 2; GAA 1 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Junior Executive Council 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 1, 3; Student Body President 3; Student Council I, 3, Presi- dent 3. WRIGHT, FRED Homeroom 210; Basketball Reserves 3; Baseball 2, 3, Trainer 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Intramural Council 1; Radio Club 2; Rifle Club 2. YOCHUM, PATRICIA ANN Homeroom 109; Band 1, 2, 3; Drame 1, 2; GAA 1, 2, 3; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3; Orchestra 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT 2. YOUNG, JOHN EDWARD Homeroom 233; Band 3; Hi-Y 3; Orchestra 3; Moved from Marshalltown, Iowa 3. 37The Juniors lose again! Left to right: Howell, Hinrichson, McTague, Pasley, G. Smith, Edwards, Sylvia Pinnell, Hazel. floaUan, Executive It was either raining, snowing, or freezing at the Junior class car wash, leaf rake and corn pick. In spite of all this, the class still managed to make some money. Milk and spudnuts were sold at the high school parties. The biggest money making project of all was the Junior class play, Time Out For Ginger, presented on February 13 and 15. The Junior class was led by Garwin Smith, presi- dent; Clark Pasley, vice president; Frances Mc- Tague, secretary; Dale Edwards, treasurer. Other representatives on the Junior Executive Council were Steve Howell from H.R. 236, Sylvia Pinnell from H.R. 211, Bonnie Hazel from H.R. 108, and Sar.a Hinrichsen from H.R. 111. Under the sponsorship of Mr. MacBride the class had a very successful Junior-Senior prom. The class also provided the flowers for commence- ment and baccalaureate. — OK Back row: Ben Cox, Roger», Thoger»on,Wendell, C. Bruce, Burrell, Smiley, K. Munson. Third row: S. Nelson, L. Akin, P. White, N. Ander- son. A. Thompson, E. Lillie, Burroughs. Second row: Miss Miller, Matuseski, Barry Luther, R. Johnson, Burton, Melampy, Gowon. Front row: Hazel, Peyton, Nordin, Dahl, Samson, Rice, M. Strand. f f Back row: Busch, R. Wilcox, Tim Stine, T. Scheuermann, Daley, D. Arthur, Pierce. Third row: M. Fred, Thomas. L. Munson, Buchman McCullough, B. Sands. Second row: Miss DeHamer, Sucher, Hinrichscn, Rah, A. Easton, Linder, Trow. Front row: Packer, Cadman, S. Scheucrman, Ballard, Grundman, A. Judge, Marks, P. Catron.‘rtyotH UHUtt 4f Back row: Mallory. Jim Thompson, McMahon, B. Nelson, G. Smith, L. Wayne Jones, Doncls, Gammack. Third row: Poole, Cafferty, Mark Anderson, Ayres, E. Sands, Gunderson, Hawk. Second row: Baumann, Wierson, Dahlberg Sherron Anderson, Schweitzer, Ratliff, Farber, Mrs. Grubb. Front row: Bonny Luther R. Paulson. Meier. Calhoon Sydnes, A. Kelly, Huntress. 'ftyomenaoiH' 206 Bock row: Balloun, D. Ball, Juncker, Christian, Morris, Edwards, Pose- gate. Severson, Stuart. Third row: Mr. Page, Judisch, Timm, S. Hen- derson, Dave Wall, J. Garner, Englehorn, Schrampfer. Second row: Andre, Mcttlin, K. Peterson, P. Lee K. Anderson, Janet Sills, C. Kyle, Nordyke. Front row: J. Beach, Stephenson, Fatland. Reilly, Michaud.2 Back row: Taft. Epstein, Gray, S. Carr, Hull, Oslund, Winkler. Third row: E. Nelson, C. Clapp, Simpson, Fisher, Hensing, Faust, Mr. Sturtc- vant. Second row: Beman, Barrie, Sylvia Pinnell, M. Lee, McComb, R. Moses. Front row: S. Van Voorhis, McGuire, Ebel. Braymen, Baker. r CUKer UH 22 Back row: R. Van Voorhis, Tarman. V . Houge, P. Mosncss, Paslcy, S. Strand, Barron, L. Erickson. Third row: Krocheski, J. Frcel, Mclntash, Ratferree, E. Holtz, Fryer, Botsford. Second row: Mrs. Garrett, P. Ritland, Blaess, Hoover, E. Smith, Soy, C. Walsh, Pitman. Front row: G. Bowen. Kraft, Rath, Hall, F. McTague.OtK lGOtit 236 Back ,ow: D- TaVlor- Ree e. T. Anderson J. Kelle, Cole E. Kuhl Fcavel. Third row: M. Phares, Brayton, J. Munson, Howell, Keller. S. Peterson. Second row: Howe, Hawkins. S. Nelson, S. Lewis Stcil, Miss Wilcox, Roach. Front row: Brindley, Stephens, Gibbs, Creel. I'm innocent . . . One. two, three—pull! It happens to the best C'est magnifique of us, eh Bill?! 42Dig that craazy chassy! High-society Sharon. Look, it's mine! 'All right, everybody, get to work! @ Back 'OW: S. Jenson, J. Adams, Batman Jenkins Zenor. Rust, Las - rr Dahm. Third row: Diehl, Mettlin, Sawyer, Paulson, S. Erickson, Carter, C. Anderson, Furlcy, Mr. Hiedeman. Second row: D. Martin, Jameson, Vogt, Welling, Hibbs. Kirk, Toms. Front row: Hussey, Peake, Whattoff, N. Bowen, B. Strand, Deanna Clem, R. Larson. 26 Bock row: L. Scheuermann, Shoemaker, Bicry. Disque, Vivian, P. Klingseis, R. Allen. Third row: J. Alexander, Matthews, B. Moore, M. Brown, Janet Miller. Dallas Wall, Mr. Allison. Second row: B. Lewis, Groat, J. BucV. Fredrickson, Hiserote, L. Anderson. Front row: Betsy Peterson, Perkins, Erskine, J. Smith, Crossley.row: Baldus, J. Schultz, R. Jones, Dodge, Von Bergen. Second row: K. Bappe. M. Garner, McBride, Humphrey, Knapp, J. Holtz. Front row: Buchwald, C. Peterson, Crowley, Mullica, Mrs. Vegors. 20% Back row; T. Smith, Drcezen, Piper, Clark, C. Jenson, D. Whcelock, Christopherson, R. Alfred, Thorpe. Third row: Dunlap, P. Green, Ron Larson, Briley, John Miller, Baughman, S. McFarland, Kooscr, Mr. Covey. Second row: Kutish, L. DeMoss, S. Porter, K. Ball, Hostetter, Karen Peterson, Graham. Front row: B. Black, Kayl, J. Burton, V. Ellis, Jean Suhr. Westvold, Hartley.Lawrence, H. Judge, J. Anderson, W. Mosness. Third row: D. Allen, K. Wheelock, J. Lilly, Wiener, Bush, Curtis. Shrader, Jacobson, Margie Walsh. Second row: Mr. Trump, McNcal, Carney, Gunn, Judy Suhr, Kuncl, Marshall. C. Black. Front row: Dye Banks. Ferguson Randcs. D. Nelson, Randeckcr, Homeyer. Back row: Tcsdahl, Stephenson, Durrell Erickson, A. Williams, M. Allen, Bruce, P. McTague, Dallmcn, G. Reno. Third row: Cart. Grooms. Brooks, Hunzikcr, Chamberlin, Grossmann, V. Schumcr, R. Nelson. Second row: V. Pharos, Miss McNally, Orr, D. Schultz, B. Kyle, Wildman, Jordison, Elliott, Lowman. Front row: Foderberg, Rasmussen, Tripp, R. Bappo, Wardle, Linda Martin, Guy.237 Back cow.- Fox, David Houser, Leppik, Dietl, Ustrum, D. Page, Tice, D. Rouze, Coe. Third row: Mr. Hamilton, Vilmont. C. McGilvrey, Heubner, Ensign. Wunderlich, Danielson, R. Boston, Jackson. Second row: E. Brown, Bargficld, Reed, Vandecar, McCay, Sande, S. Young, Clark, Webb. Front row: J. Carr, Mendon, Pappas, J. Boston, Keigley, C. Larson. 'ttyotft UWK 235 Back row: Larry Thompson, Hageman, Van Winkle, M. AAillor, Fore- man, Bailey, Jim Kelley, L. Davis. Third row: Barton, Howard, Nolin, Carlson, Chittenden, Lunde, Mr. Spatcher. Second row; Mike Wolf, E. Larsen, Warren, Owinga, Christen- sen, Rogness, Hetzcl. Front row: Jan Sills, Emery, Linettc Martin, C. Catron, Ustrud, L. Williams.(pint eaenve ( adcneC Back row; Miss Miller, Bloomfield, A. Strand, C. Kohl, Gibson, Hawkins, Schrampfer, Steil, Mr». Whitney, M. Lee. Third row: Mi»» Wilcox, Joan Bachman, M. Judge, L. Thompson, Mathijon, Hansen, Daniels. Yochum, Andre, Campbell. Second row: B. Peterson, Jean Bachman, Maakestad, Chance, A. Ice, Hinrich- »cn. Roach, Suchcr, K. Peterson. Front row: F. McTague. Marks, C. Walsh, Gibbs, Rah, J. Schultz. Back row: Simpson, Joan Bachman, K. Houge, Hillyard, J. Schultz, MacBridc, Sawyer, A. Paulson, Rogness. Lillie, Gunderson, Miss Wilcox, Miss Miller. Third row: Englchorn, Timmons, Orr, Hines Veline, Steil Hawkins, P. White, R. Paulson, Howard, Mrs. Whitney, Linder. Second row: L. Adams, Horner, Jean Bachman, Reed. Jordison, Hostetter, Kooser, K. Bappe. Hi»erote, Rasmussen, Banks. Fourth row: Pappas, Sclarow, Dotson, Arrasmith, Campbell, Ballard, E. Smith, Hoover, K. Anderson, McComb, Ferguson. 50‘tRe4 uAe6 Jean Bachman, second semester presi- dent. Joan Bachman, first semester president. All girls of Ames High School as members of Girl Reserves share their talents and interests to pro- duce programs for their meetings every two weeks. Some of their programs included a style show, an initiation and installation, and a program giving a preview of Girl Reserve activities. Special events included a Mother-Daughter Tea, a Dad-Daughter Date Night, Friendship Week, and a Big Pal-Little Pal picnic. Their projects included selling Christmas sprays, sponsoring a foster child, collecting old clothes, and sending Christmas gifts to the County Home. The Girl Reserves have a place for every girl in their many activities. Joan and Jean Bachman interchanged the offices of president and vice president first and second se- mesters. The other officers were Mary Louise Judge, secretary, and Marianne Chance, treasurer. The cabi- net also included the president and vice president of the representatives and two girls on each of the following committees: devotions, music, program, social, publicity, and service. — II Ba k row: B. Black, Judy Suhr, McComb, Christenson, Dunlap, Melampy, Mc- Intosh, Jean Suhr, Fodcrberg. Front row: Arrasmith, R. Larson, Mcndon, Orr, Warrcn, D. Clark, C. Larson.( cUUnet cutcC eftie4€Mtcittve Second Sentccte ( n Unet: eftnecentcUtveo: Back row: Howell, S. Carr, Holtz, McCullough, Coe, Oreezcn, Mr. Stone. Second row: Wolf, Seymour, Burrell, Poscgate, Schaef- fer, Hildrclh. Front row: Fain, B. Erickson, P. Klingseis, Jenkins, Teasdall, Lindquist. 52 'pvutf S emeate dAcnet; Back row.- Mr. Stone, D. Trump, Johndreau, Milliken, Scholl, Smalling, Stensland. Front row: Goetz, Browning, Merchant, Ellis. Back row: D. Trump, Smalling, Johndreau, Stensland, Krekow, Mr. Stone. Front row Goetz, Fellows, Scholl, Highbarger.- s4ctivitie4 Stan Scholl, jocond sem«fcr president, and Dave Browning, first semester president. Hi-Y gives every boy in high school a chance for leadership and service. The meetings are held every other Fri- day as either assemblies or hobby groups. The Hi-Y projects include supporting a war orphan, sending Christmas gifts to the County Home, sponsoring Friendship Week, and being in charge of the refresh- ment stands at football and basketball games. Dave Browning and Stan Scholl were presidents first and second semesters re- spectively. The other officers first semes- ter were Gary Ellis, vice president; and Jim Merchant, secretary. Ben Fellows and John Highbarger held these offices sec- ond semester. Reger Goetz was appointed treasurer. The hobby group leaders were also on the cabinet. The hobby groups and their leaders were as follows: aero- nautics, Mark Anderson, first semester; Ed Krekow, second semester; science, Dave Trump; stamps. Jack Smalling; athletics, Stan Scholl, first semester; Tom Gray, sec- ond semester; auto mechanics, Don Milli- ken, first semester; Dick Gulliver, second semester; photography. Bob Stensland; and hunting and fishing, Jim Johndreau. 53 4 Bock row: D. Arthur, J. Kelley, Naim, Smiley, McCullough, Gray, Dave Erickson, Timm, Poole, S. Henderson, S. Carr, E. Holtz, Bragonier. Stensland, Booth. Third row: Mr. Cross, Simpson, M. Arthur, N. Anderson, Hildreth, Goetz, Boast, Wagaman, Millikcn, Smalling, Hansen, Mathison, $. Pinnell. Second row: Howe, A. Lee, Englchorn, S. Smith, C. Smith, Mona Wolf, Ellingson, Maakesfad, Gould, Roach, Rah, Louise Thompson, King. Front row: S. Scheuermann, L. Burton, Bloomfield, S. Rouze, Hoover, K. Carr Gibbs, Chance, Diane Houser, Donna Erickson, Sclarow. There's music in the air, as you approach the choir room and hear the A Cappella choir rehearsing for one of its many performances. They sang in the Tri-City festival which included Ames, Fort Dodge, and Webster City, the spring con- cert, U.C.Y.AA. Easter Service, and for many clubs, church groups, and school programs. Mr. Wayne Cross, director, provides the choir with interesting and varied music, ranging from the Fred Waring arrangement of My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean to fhe Hallelujah Chorus from the Messiah. This gave the choir the chance to learn more about music. The leaders for 1957-1958 were Ava Lee, president; Bob Stensland, vice president; Judi Mathison, secretary-treasurer; Sandra Rouze and Don Milliken, librarians; and Steve Carr and Martha Howe, robe-keepers. This year for the first time there was a junior- senior mixed chorus. It was started to give more vocal students the chance to sing in a mixed group. The officers for this year were Joe Balloun, president; Betty Schrampher, vice president; San- dra Akin, secretary-treasurer; Pat Trow, librarian; and Barb Dahlberg and Bruce Barron, robe- keepers. The junior-senior chorus combined with the sophomore mixed chorus to sing for the Christmas program. Friendship Week, and the spring concert. The sophomore leaders were president, Gret- chen Wildman; vice president, Ron Jones; secre- tary-treasurer, Margie Walsh; librarian, Janice Ustrud; and robe-keepers, Steve Jensen and Carol Black.JttixecC Sack row: Schrampfer, S. Akin, Wendell, Busch, Lowthcr, Nordyke, Ratliff, Faint, Sorenson. Third row: Balloon, Ramjey, Trow, Dahlbcrg, B. Nelson, Brayton, Hutchinson, Sylwestcr. Second row: Ritland, Pit- man, McGuire, Packer, Hazel, E. Smith, Meier, M. Martin. Front row: Nordin, Dotson, Bcman, K. Martin, Olsan, C. Walsh. Back row: Larry Thompson, Skcie, Jensen, Piper, Biery, Lunde, Rust, L. Scheuermann, Weiner, Dennis Erickson, leppik, Jon Anderson. Third row: Owings. Sawyer, Dallas Wall, R. Jones, Vilmont, Stcbbins. Chipman, Shrader. J. Miller, Linda Marlin. Second row; Howard, Webb, Hetzel, Margie Walsh, Hiscrotc, Ustrud Jacobson, Kooser, Guy. Fredrickson, Rogncss, Gunn, Mr. Cross. Front row: Orr, Humphrey, Van- decar, S. Porter, Randles. J. Boston, Black, N. Bowen, Elliot, Wildman. 55'Soya dpCee @£u Back row: J. Kelley, Griffin, Jensen, R. Nelson, lunde. Broyton, Barron. Lcppik. Smiley. 8. Nelson Mr. Cross. Third row: Wendell, Wiener, Timm, Bragonier, Dave Erickson, L. Scheuermann, McCullough, E. Holtz, Biery. Second row: Poole, D. Ramsey, Lowther, Booth, Goetz, Busch, Nordyke. D. Arthur. Bishop. Front row: Balloun, Skcie, H. Judge, Thompson, Vilmont, Piper Dennis Erickson. J. Anderson The masculine voices of the boys' glee clubs were heard at the spring concert and other school programs. In order to provide a place for any boy that wanted to sing, three boys' glee clubs were scheduled. The officers were Jim Kelley, president; Dick Arthur, vice president; David Nairn, secretary- treasurer; and Reger Goetz, librarian. Mr. Cross also trained several small groups, including two junior girls' sextets, a senior girls' sextet, a senior boys' quartet, two junior boys' quartets, and several soloists. The combined girls' glee clubs sang for many of the school programs, such as the Christmas assembly. Friendship Week, and the spring con- cert. The girls' glee clubs offer all girls in high school the opportunity to take part in a vocal music group. The juniors and seniors met Monday, Wednes- day, and Friday period two and another group met on Monday period two. The two presidents were Malinda Hawkins and Judy Sylwester. The Sophomores met on Monday fourth period and Monday, Wednesday, and Friday period five. Their president was Judy Suhr. 56tfaCt tyee (2tcc6 Back row: D. Green, Dotson, Beman K. Poterion, McDonald, Danielson, E. Sands, B. Sands, Gunderson, Baumann, S. Peterson, S. Anderson, Veline, Hillyard, Sorenson, Hutchinson, Lampe. Third row: Rogness, Guy, Fredrickson, Sawyer, B. Lewis, Trow, S. Akin, Faust. Hinrichscn, E. Smith, Farber, A. Kelly, M. Martin, B. Erickson, Sylvester. Pitman. Second row: Davis, Packer, Blaess, Schrampfer, Steil, Hawkins, Dahlbcrg, R. Paulson, K. Martin Freel, Me ft I in, Dahl, Olsan, McGuire. Fint row: Nordin, Rice, C. Walsh, Ritland, Calhoun, Hazel, Ratliff, Meier, Vogt, Elliot, Wildman, Pappas. Back row: S. Porter, Humphrey, Vandccar, Owings, Dallas Wall, Howard, Christenson, Gunn, Linda Martin, Shrader. S, McFarland, Westvold, Welling, Dye, D. Clem, Mr. Cross. Third row: Carney, Foderberg, Cart, Farley, Black, Orr, Jean Suhr, A. Paulson. Margie Walsh, Hetzel, V. Schumer, J. Miller, Webb, L. Anderson. Second row.- Tripp, Linctte Martin, Graham, D. Shultz, Hostetter, Judy Suhr, K. Ball, Burton, Keigley, B. Strand, Hiserote, Mcndon, Ustrud, Jacobson, Kooser. Front row: Randles, Nelson, Hibbs, J. Boston, Banks, K. Bappe, Mullica, Betsy Peterson. N. Bowen, Jordison, D. Rasmussen, R. Bappe. 57 Bock row: J. Young, Stcbbins, Doilcy, Croijlcy, J. Kelley, Wiener Bragonier, D. White, Peyton Dodge R. Jones, Engelhardt, Mendon, Scholl, Hetzel, Howard. Fourth row: Reed, Elliott, Yochum, Hillyard, McBride, Orr, Storby. Third row: Louise Thompson, Keller. Maakestad, Bailey, Laslett, Farley, J. Holtz, Janet Miller, Burroughs, B. Black, J. Schultz, Vogt, K. Bappe, B. Henderson, M. Brown, Sandc, Owings. Second row: Simpson, Englehorn, C. Black, V. Ellis. Front row: Gould, Suzanne Pinnell, Wardle, Wildman, Pappas. Shrader, Meier, Timm. This year the 60 piece orchestra had two fine concerts. The first, the Midwinter concert, was held on January 23 and the second, the Spring Pop con- cert, on April 26. The music ranged from classics to modern. The orchestra also played for two assemblies and the Tri-City Festival. The 25-piece theater orchestra played at the A.H.S. plays. Twelve members qualified to participate in all-state orchestra held in Des Moines over Thanksgiving vaca- tion. They were as follows: Mary Lou Gould, Sue Engle- horn, Janice Meier, Judy Simpson, Tom Timm, llene Wardle, Margaret Schrader, Tessie Pappas, Bill Hender- son, Nancy Anderson, Sally Howard, and Sue Hetzel. 587?tcVlc uK4p z td “Dcutcc 'S Z uU Practice makes perfect. Four days a week the Ames High band held a practice from 7:55 to 8:37 am. During the football season the band marched on the field each morning—rain or shine. This was in prepara- tion for the half time entertainment at the football games. At the annual band concert on March 21, the band featured the world's greatest trumpeter, Mr. Mendez. His appearance as soloist brought many out-of-town visitors and a capacity crowd. The concert band also played at two assembly programs and at the Tri-City band festival held at Ames on May 13. The swing band played for the Teen Time Talent show, some high school parties. Back to School night, and Career Day. The pep band played for pep assemblies and all home basketball games. Mr. Day directed the band. Four members made all-state band: Gretchen Wild- man. Dave Keller, Becky McBride, and Barb Buchwald.‘THutiCf a '?0CeciH SxfrieAAtoKLeft to right: Judy Suhr, P. Catron, M. E. Walsh, S. Rouze, K. Peterson, S. Smith, S. Peterson, Blaess. Haugen, Hawkins. M. Anderson, Jean Suhr. ,?7t zj yiette4 Although the drum major and major- ettes spent much time working on rou- tines, due to the bad weather the public saw only two performances. The drum major, majorettes, and flag twirlers led the marching band in the flag-raising cere- mony and during half-time entertainment at football games. The snappy routines of the majorettes always attracted attention. The drum major was Sandy Peterson. Mary Jo Anderson, Marilyn Blaess, Patty Catron, Malinda Hawkins, Sonja Haugen, Karlyn Peterson, Sandy Rouze, Sandy Smith, and Mary Ellen Walsh were the majorettes. Jean and Judy Suhr were the flag-twirlers. For the second year the sophomore class had cheer- leaders at all games. The four leaders were Sue Men- don. Sue Hetzel, Carol Banks, and Katie Bappe. The sophomore cheersquad had its own set of cheers for the sophomore games. Alternates, Dallas Wall, Jo Hiserote, Rita Bappe, and Carol Hostetter, were also given the opportunity to cheer at games. K. Bappe Mendon Banks Hetzel Pal (?Cu6 Back row: Roy, Haupt, Judisch, Johndreau, M. Eaiton, C. Judge, Matterson. D. Catron, A. Thompson, Mr. Hamilton, Botsford. Middle row: D. Schaeffer, A. Easton, K. Peterson, Gibbs, C. Kuhl, Bowlds. Arrasmith, Horner, Timmons, S. Schultz. Front row: M. Judge, Schweitzer, Donna Erickson, Davis, Clouser, P. Lee. Bloomfield. A. Strand, Campbell. To promote interest in drama among the stu- dents and the people of Ames is the purpose of Palm Club, the honorary drama club. Two initiations were held for members of drama who had earned fifty-two points, headed a crew on two plays, and completed three se- mesters of drama. The Palm Club, serving as the governing body of the Drama Club, was led by Elliot Haupt, presi- dent; Danny Schaeffer, vice president; Connie Kuhl, secretary; and Marj Easton, treasurer. In the fall the Palm Club held a mixer for old and new members of drama. The club also took a trip to Des Moines to see a play and held a reunion during Christmas vacation for all old members. The five productions this year were directed by Robert Hamilton, drama instructor, and pro- duced by the drama department. 62 Come down, come down, from your Ivory Tower.''D'UUKO, (2lu 4diuXHced T %cufux Back row: Mr. Hamilton, M. Easton, C. Judge, Roy, Johndreau. Haupt, Busch, D. Schaeffer, Inglis, Matter- son, Kuhl. Third row: Schweitzer Timmons, Carpenter, Wierson, Brindley, Botsford, Hawkins, M. Strand, Baumann, S. Peterson, M. E. Walsh. Second row: S. Schultz, Horner, Gibbs, F. McTague, A. Easton, Andre, Sfeil, P. Lee K. Peterson, Linder. Front row: Trow, Arrasmith, Davis, Campbell, A. Strand, Bloomfield, Compton, Clouser, Donna Erickson. Not pictured: A Thompson, 8. Erickson. 'D'uupui Back row: Mr. Hamilton, J. Lilly, T. Smith, Lunde, Batman, L. Akin, Vivian, B. Biery, S. Henderson, Chamberlin, Brooks. Fourth row: M. Garner, Hisrote, A. Paulson, Margie Walsh, Jacobson, Dunlap, R. 8oston, Lowman, Rogness, K. Bappc. Third row: Carter, Haugen, M, Brown, Kund, Carney, B. Strand, C. Catron, Williams, Welling, Webb, Kooser. Second row: Judy Suhr, Vandecar. Dahl, Nordin, G. Bowen, Tripp, Ferguson,. J. Boston, Banks, N. Bowen. Front row: Jean Suhr, S. Porter, Moore, Fredrickson, S. Young, MacBride, C. Anderson, R. Larson, Barton, Diehl. Not pictured: D. Shipley, Grooms, Gunn, S. Humphrey, Sharon Guy. L. Martin, Mathison, Sawyer. Alfred, Larry Thompson, Judisch. 63O Cony 0Otcle An unusual mystery which held the audience in sus- pense during all three acts was The Oblong Circle, the Drama Department's fall production directed by Mr. Hamilton. The play by Harold P. Rednour presented several challenges for the technical staff including the construction of a sliding panel in the set designed by Iva Jean Davis, scene designer. Anne Strand was assistant director and Margie Gibbs was stage manager. Margie Easton was business manager. CAST Alfred Taylor Jim Johndreau The Gardener Larry Akin A Clergyman Steve Grooms The Girl (Ann) Mary Ellen Walsh A Doctor (Roelgen) Bud Erickson The Nurse Peggy Steil The Attendant Steve Henderson A Delivery Man ... Chuck Judge A Man in Brown Jim Bragonier A Man in Black Danny Schaeffer The Woman Malinda Hawkins Another Clergyman Mike McKinney Bdck row: Hawkins. L. Akin. McKinney. D. Schaeffer. M. E. Walsh. Grooms, Johndreau, B. Erickson, Bragonier, Steil. C. Judge. S. Henderson. Third row: Haupt. Biery, T. Smith, Larry Thompson, Schweitrcr, Roy. Timmons. Jean Suhr, A. Strand, Mr. Hamilton, Gibbs M. Strand. Shipley, M. Garner, A. Thompson, Carter, Donna Erickson, Kund, Wunderlich. Front row: Trow. Horner, Alfred, Vogt, Tripp, Gunn, Elliott, Bloomfield. Matterson. B. Strand Nordin, Dahl, Wierson, S. Peterson, Bowen.Out fan, t uu en Should a girl play football? That was the theme of Time Out for Ginger. Mr. Carol made a big mistake when he stated in a lecture to the local high school classes that everyone should have the right to do as he pleases. Ginger, much impressed with her father's speech, went out for football. This was where the trouble began. Her father's job was jeopardized; her sisters insisted that their social life had been blighted. Before the scuffle was over. Ginger found that playing football and being a girl weren't compatible. The juniors presented the play as a means of raising money for the Junior-senior prom which was held in the spring. CAST Mrs. Carol Sandy Peterson Mr. Carol Dave Keller Joan .Pat Trow Jeannie.............................. Peg Lee Ginger Martha Strand Maid Linda Hawkins Eddie Davis . Larry Munson Mr. Wilson Dave Bork Ed Hoffman Jim Judisch Tommy . Steve Howell Bock row: L. Munson, Howell, Trow, P. Lee, M. Strand, S. Peterson, Keller, Hawkins, Judisch, Bork. Second row: T. Smith, Packer, Matterson, Gibbs, Carter, J. Kelley, Batman, Steil, Mr. Hamilton, A. Thomp- son, A. Judge, Baumann, C. Kuhl, Botsford, Gunn, Judy Suhr, Linder, R. Larson, first row: Donna Erick- son, Wierson, K. Peterson, Blaess, Hensing, Andre, McComb, Brindley, Hoover, Elliott, Vogt, Jean Suhr. 65 Defaite Back row: Lcppik, C. Anderson, Fox, Mrs. Garrett, Laslett, Ferguson. Second row: Hageman, Dahm Huntress, Lillie, Judisch. Front row: E. Brown. Mathison. To teach the individual to use ideas, think on his feet, and gain ease in self ex- pression before a group were the pur- poses of the Ames High debate club. Students who enjoyed speech activities and had a willingness to show their ideas met Tuesday nights to prepare for many tournaments all over the state. They went to Fort Dodge, Coe College, Brindley, I.S.T.C., I.S.C. and to a district debate con- ference. The group was coached by Mrs. Kay Garrett and the officers for this year were Judi Mathison, president; Steve Howell, vice president; and Jim Judisch, secretary- treasurer. 66 Promoting an appreciation of home- niaking. encouraging democracy in the home and community life, and promoting international good will were the basic ideas of the Future Homemakers of Ameri- ca. A meeting was held every first and third Thursday. Under the sponsorship of Miss Trout, the members learned about the Teen Age Consumer Education along with many other things. The F.H.A. officers were Pat Sucher, president; Sharon Lewis, vice president; Diane Storby, treasurer; Carmen Catron, secretary; Anita Kelly, parliamentarian; Lisa Hall, historian; Pam Owing, public re- lation; Jo Boston, music; Judy Elliott, rec- reation; Janet Sills, social chairman. Back row: Textrum, Ensign, Cart, J. Burton, S. McFarland, C. Walsh, K. Anderson, C. Clapp, Elaine Foderburg. Second row: Miss Trout, Crowley. E. Larson, Warren, Emery, Vogt, Randles, Clark, J. McNeil, Creel, first row; Storby, Owings, L. Hall, Sucher, S. Lewis, C. Catron, J. Elliott, Kooser, A. Kelley. Doing the regular library work such as checking books in and out, keeping the material in the proper place, and decorat- ing the display case kept the library mem- bers busy. On the second and fourth Wednesday of each month under the supervision of Mrs. Dickinson, the Library Club held a noon luncheon. Officers were Linda Miller, and Ada Larson, presidents first and second semes- ters respectively, and Karen Houge, secre- tary. Back row. C. Kyle, Rice, S. McFarland, Sorenson, K. Houge, S. Nelson, Mason. Second row: Wardle, Elliott, Vogt, Dahl, Blaess, Ritland, Clark, Emery. Hutchison, Adams. Front row: S. Anderson, Wierson, S. Peterson, Grundman, L. Miller, Compton.'Pefr Bock row: Ellingson, Chcville, M. Wolf, M. Easton, Daniels, S. Akin, Hougc, Mattorson, Mathiton, Pinnell Bcv Peterson, Sorenson, Textrum, Hillyard, Yochum. Fifth row: Kerr, G. Green, P. Peterson, J. Schultz C. Smith, Caldwell, M. E. Walsh, C. Kuhl, Keeker, Maakestad, Louise Thompson, Chance. Barb Erick- son, Inglis, Rouzc. Fourth row: M. Arthur, D. Green, L. Miller M. Judge, S. Smith, P. Lewis M. Mar- tin, Sylwester, Barb Cox, Diane Houser, Veline, Arrasmith Lampe, Carpenter. Third row: A. Lee Joan Bachman, Gibson, Hines, A. Larson, Horner, Gould, Storby, Hutchinson, Mason A. Strand, Bloomfield M. Martin, Timmons, Duffy. Second row: Miss DeHamer, Clouser, King, Sclarow, Davis, Dotson, Litchfield Bodie, Cameron, Campbell, D. Erickson, Olsan, Carr, M. Anderson, Compton, L. Adams. Front row: Jean Bachman, S. Schultz, Pratt, Hansen, Mullen, Dailey, Haugen, Alfred, Dixon. Generating pep for all athletic events and pep assemblies was the purpose of the Pep Club, composed of every willing senior girl. Seated in a body at all home football and basketball games, they worked with the cheer squad to maintain enthusiasm through- out the game. The girls worked with the marching band for half-time en- tertainment at football games and had charge of all the en- tertainment at half-time at basketball games. The girls also ushered at athletic events. Leading them in all their activities were their four officers: Kathi Hansen, president; Pat Bloomfield, vice president; Suzanne Pinnell, secretary; and Karen Houge, treasurer; and representatives from the homerooms. One of the hardest working groups was the cheersquad, who nearly yelled themselves hoarse every Friday night leading the cheers at the games. The cheersquad was composed of Carol Smith, head cheerleader, Pat Bloomfield, Dick Boast, Kit Carr, Danny Schaeffer, and Sherry Wierson. They also led the student body in cheers at team send-off and pep assemblies. 4 hc4. 68(?lu (?oukccC OHtC (26eest4qiuut Back row: Miss DeHamer, M. Easton, Cheville, Daniels, Matterson, K. Hogue. Second row: Ellingson, S. Smith, S. Pinne!, Sorenson, Hansen, K. Martin. Firtt row: Bloomfield. Louise Thompson, Lewis, Sylwcster, L. Adams. Beat the Bobcats! Brrr! Go. Ames, Go! Left to right: Boast, C. Smith, Carr, Bloomfield, Wicrson, Schaeffer.Ames High School Wet ,r weeK by the . . AMES DAILY TRIBUNE, 4MES. IOWA, FEBRUARY 26,1958 First and Second Semester Web Staffs :amily Trees Hold n World Lit Clas 'full recommendations. Coi.i; also require complete records the applicant. College catalogs should be chet ed for scholarship requiremeo The student should check to see College Board or other examir required, scholarship informati otained by writing to 1 p Committee or the I The Ames cagers pi over Boone twice; j vton, and Webster . final leg of play, usly, Ames had succe on Mason City, North Carroll. Gnnnell. B fered defeats at the h only magazine listed ged Reader's Guide ill not find in the Arne I library is the Farm rent issues of all maj ept in the magazine r •ading room. Older maj e found in the workra :ws, Time. Newsweek By CAROL SMITH Trees! What kind of Family trees” answer tl teraturc students who ha mateur genealogists for »veral weeks. Students pportunity to show the ! ecs to the class and ttle of their ancestry ay— Family trees wem back as far as possible lucky students I id the of books or old diaries, ever, most of Lie infer was deciphered fron memories of paren grandparents. Several students discove -ere related to famous sting people. Roger Goel his lit jo-Getters Wi t- t . e'. o n and Marsh icholarship zes lay the Advisers Back row: Bodie, Tcxtrum, Daniels, Louise, Thompson, Editor; Bragonicr. Third row: Barb Erickson, Storby, Gulliver, C. Judge, Wagaman. Second row: $. Rouze, King, McCarthy, D. McFarland, SmedaL ; 1‘ cuior ;Cgul r: iul First row: M. Easton, Editor; D. Thomp-' 'f ' nd Milliken—really son, d. Porter. a. great job for the team. E sparked Lhe team ail year 1 Students must be af » « ssi d nd go after scholarships le boys and girls’ There are as many sch s colleges, but school?- and them out.” Deadlines are very Su- pplying for scholarshi lost Iowa schools, the d larch 15. Some require ons to be submitted by everal required applicati lade by Feb. 15. All c ons are usually closed b; Many students wait ?e the announcements oi fcp winners before th . tey wanted or needed o junselor added. By thci te.” A student should be in 1 crcent or one-fifth of h;t s considered for a sch '.1 tould know his grade i ge. The candidate slTuu.%. , ull recommendations. Colleges B cfe row; G. E||i$ GouId Hansen,. Iso require complete records ui,Haugcn, Mrs. Whitney, Haupt. Third row: »e applicant. Highbargcr, Hildreth, Maakestad, Diane | College catalogs should be cheek- Houser, Editor; A. Lee, Trump. Second i for scholarship requirements. with his consistant play and js High scoring aita led the team in reboc inished second in scori Mids Pcrie Vashingto ?ton D.C. was the sett lational Home Econoir Education Con fere: ». 17-21 which Miss Dc iger. supervisor of hoi r of George Washing Plnnell related that ncestors. Dr. Philip 1 ; the first doctor to I mtn.r treatment for t an asylum in France bulating the ancestry row: Mathison, Editor; Matterson, Milliken, McCarthy, Roy, Scholl. First row: Sclarow, C. Smith, S. Smith, A. Strand. u.ns To Discus H. S. Courses witi TtU he student should check to see if ollege Board or other examina- ons are required. Further scholarship information ,av be obtained by writing to the Isp.uiNCU un: icam an .• cai 15 Washington D.C. was the setting is c0:lSjStant play and Jed tor the National Home Economics. Ames Hlgh scoring attack; shown by Prue Campbell. Da Shaffer told how ■ ■ .-ncest with the French name moved into a German: c imunity. The Germans said . «1 • w .a ch'4n1 » ■ FAU,Cali.“d »DreS r led the team in rebound- for Cheerier. hence the cha held Feb! 17-21 which Miss Doro- . ■ • :........i k. . —. I @iu Creating an interest in journalistic writing is the purpose of Cubs Club. To qualify for mem- bership on the newspaper staff, members must have written thirty column inches which have been published. Under the supervision of Mrs. Charlotte Whit- ney, the group met every two or three weeks. Alice Andre was president and Sara Hinrichsen was secretary. Special cub projects were the Faculty News letter and the first issue of the second semester Web. Standing: Timm, Hinrichsen, Ferguson, Sorenson, Webb. Hutchinson, Buchwald, Jean Suhr Judy Suhr. Seated: E. Smith, A. Easton, Andre Mrs. Whitney. Grundman, N. Anderson. Shrader. Student 7'%ea6unen $50,000 a year is handled by the student treasurers. The treasurers are chosen by the faculty sponsors for their dependability, ac- curateness, neatness and availability. Each student collected money, made out receipts, financial reports, an annual report, kept a set of books, and made a tentative bud- get for the organization which he represented. By doing these things, the student learned many business procedures. The system used for handling the money is known as a triple check. If the student wants to make a purchase for the school, he has a requisition signed by his faculty sponsor and the principal. He receives a check from the general treasurer, makes the purchase, has the clerk sign the requisition which is then filed. The financial reports are subject to check by the board of education and a state auditor. The treasurers are supervised by Miss Mc- Nally, the general treasurer. Back row: Gould Diane Houser. Houge, Getz, Dave Erickson. Second row: Roach, Smalling, Laslett Garner Edwards. Front row: B. Black; M. Easton, Mathison, Boulds, Miss McNally, Gibbs, Chance.Science and ( CocGc Back row: Dave Morton, Ed Epstein. Middle row: Karl Fox, Roger Goetz, Dave Trump Dudley Chittenden. First row: Ed Bargficld. Ron Moses, Bernice Black, Margie Gibbs Mr. Sturtevant. Students interested in some phase of science met on Monday evenings from 7:00 to 9:30 pm. Each member had a project which in- terested him. For example, Ron Moses continued on a spectrascope that was started last year. The officers were Russell Hageman, president; Reger Goetz, vice president; Dave Trump, secretary; Bernice Black, treasurer; and Ron Moses, equipment. Another club which met on Monday evenings was the radio club. The mem- bers were interested in learning about radio and electronics. Much of their time was spent working toward an amateur license. If achieved it meant being a ham” or radio operator. The members fixed up old equipment and built some of their own to use in the operation of radio stations. Tom Smith was president and Margie Gibbs, secretary-treasurer. Both clubs were supervised by Mr. Sturtevant. Rust Hageman, science club president, studying protozoans.Sack row.- Bicry, Howell, Gray, Smalling, Timm, Errington, D. McFarland, L. Scheuermann, Ayres, Dave Wall, Stuart. Third row: Highbarger, Milliken, G. Smith, Hildreth, Posegate, Merchant, P. Bappe, Booth, Balloun, Burrell. Second row: Dodge, Batman, Scholl, Rogers. Schaeffer, DeVaul, Brayton, Daley, Miss Miller. Front row: H. Judge, Williams Christopherson, Disquc, Toms, Peake, Forman, Jackson. A unique aspect of Ames High life is the self discipline imposed by the Fire Squad. Besides managing fire drills, the squad acts as hall monitors. Ames High is one of the few schools where teachers are not responsible for discipline in the halls. Miss Miller, Fire Squad sponsor, believes students have shown marked im- provement in self discipline during the past few years. Fire Squad rules are as follows: 1. Walk up and down stairs. 2. Walk through the halls. 3. Take your proper turn in the cafeteria line. 4. Leave your books in the class room or lockers. 5. Eat in the cafeteria (only). 6. Open and close lockers properly. 7. Obey rules during fire drills. 8. Leave the building as soon as possi- ble after 4 P.M. 9. Abstain from smoking on school premises. 10. Drive carefully around the building. 11. Have conduct becoming to Ames High Students. 73 Chiefs Phil Bappe and Don Milliken and sponsor, Miss Miller, confer.'pootfaiM Back row: Krckow, Gray, McFarland, Barron, Lykkcgaard, McCullough, Fellows Fisher, Clapp Timm, Wall, Dresser, McCarthy, Roger Jones, Scheuermann. Third row: Mr. Covey, L. Munson, Bogue, Errington, Klein, K. Munson, S. Carr, Pasley, Burrell, J. E. Kelly, J. Thompson, Smalling, Hildreth, Howell, Catron, Schaffer, Terry Stine, Porter, Tim Stine, Stuart, Donels, Mr. Spatcher. Second row: Mr. Linn, Feavel, Clem, Thomas, Scholl, B. Erickson, G. Smith, L. Wayne Jones, B. Cox. Rogers, Wagaman, E. Nelson Posegate C. Bruce, Milliken, Ellis, DeVaul, Mr. Wells. Front row: Brayton. Highberger Nordyke. Back row: L. Munson, first team CIC, first team All-State; Jack North, second team IDPA; Dresser, first team CIC, honor roll; Jack North; Burrell, honorable mention CIC; Dave Wall, first team CIC; Fellows, first team CIC, All-State IDPA; Jack North, TEEN magazine, All-Midwest, SCHOLASTIC magazine, All-American, SPORTING NEWS magazine All- American; Klein, third team CIC. Front row: Porter, honorable mention CIC; Ellis, second team CIC; Scholl, first team CIC, sixth team Jack North; Milliken, third team CIC, honor roll Jack North; Gammack, third team CIC. For the second straight year Coach Kenny Well's Little Cyclones finished with a perfect season, in spite of rain storms, freezing weather and a flu epi- demic. Stan Scholl led the Little Cyclones in scoring with 48 points. He carried the ball 69 times to pick up 447 yards for a rushing average of 6.5 yards. Quarterback Don Milliken passed for 334 yards and led the team in kick-off returns with an average of 20.5 yards. Left halfback Gary Ellis snagged 5 inter- ceptions and also led all pass receivers with 8 catches for 1 84 yards. In the state football polls Ames finished second to Davenport and placed 5 team members on the first All-Conference team. Ben Fellows, the 1957 captain, was named to an All-Midwest team and an All- America squad on top of his All-State, All-Confer- ence honors. Ti uCe eatecC AMES 20 EAST SIOUX CITY 0 Ames High opened its 1957 football campaign by downing a perennial football power, the East Sioux City Raiders. The Little Cyclones scored twice on passes from Don Milliken to Gary Ellis and once on a three yard plunge by Gregg Gammack. AMES 19 BOONE 0 The Little Cyclones successfully kicked off its 1957 Central Iowa Conference football warfare by stop- ping Boone on a rainswept field. Stan Scholl scored twice, once on a 32 yard jaunt around end, and once on a two yard plunge. End Jim Dresser tallied from the Boone 23 on a picked up fumble for Ames' final touchdown. AMES 34 NEWTON 12 Rolling up 233 yards rushing, the Little Cyclones crushed Newton to take the CIC grid lead. Scholl scored three times on two runs of 4 yards and once on an end sweep of 20 yards. Dresser counted twice, the first on a Cardinal fumble from 20 yards out and the second on a 56 yard pass interception. AMES 26 GRINNELL 13 Ames got off to a fast start when Scholl scored on a 65 yard touchdown on the second play of the game. Scholl, Gammack and Milliken tallied from close range to complete the scoring in this hard fought CIC grid battle. AMES 12 WEST WATERLOO 0 In spite of a flu epidemic which hit almost the entire squad, Ames continued its winning streak at the expense of West Waterloo in West's homecom- ing game. The Little Cyclone passing attack clicked for both touchdowns, one from Milliken to Ellis and the other from Milliken to sophomore fullback Dave Chipman. AMES 41 MARSHALLTOWN 13 Once again the reserves stole the show as Ames High trounced the Marshall- town Bobcats. Reserve back Bruce Hildreth scored twice, Gammack, Ellis, Steve Carr, and Jim Stuart once each. Milliken converted three times and Dave McFar- land twice to round out the scoring. AMES 14 OSKALOOSA 0 In their homecoming game the Little Cyclones retained the CIC crown by de- feating Oskaloosa on a soggy field. Scholl and Gammack each scored once and picked up 139 and 74 yards respectively. Ames' strong defense permitted Osky only six first downs'and a net gain of 100 yards. 77AAAES 14 ROOSEVELT D. AA. 6 Ames climaxed its 1957 football season in a blaze of glory by defeating the Roosevelt Rough Riders, making the Little Cyclones undefeated for the sec- ond season in a row. Ames led all the way due to two seven yard touchdowns by Scholl and Gam- mack. Milliken kicked both extra points.Sa k uMuyie Back row: Curtij, R. Allen, Shoemaker, Phippj, L. Scheuermann, Coe, Marshall, G. Reno, Clark, R. Busch, Rust. Briley, Mr. Spatcher. Second row: Drcezen. Dodge, Baughman, Tcsdahl, R. Alfred, Zenor, Jenkins, Page Kelso, Christopherson. Lindquist, Adams. Front row: R. Nelson, Skeic, Thorpe, Vilmont, L. Alfred, Fain, J. Carr, Foreman, Van Winkle, Von Bergen, Tice, Peake. Under new coach Cecil Spatcher the Ames High sophomores won three and tied one. Many of the sophomores' games were cancelled due to a flu epidemic. The team's leading scorer was halfback Ron Fain. Blaine Zenor, Denny Tice, Lee Scheuermann, Ron Jenkins, Bruce Batman, Mickey Von Bergen, Dave Page, Steve Rust, and Chuck Phipps were fine all around players. The team as a whole showed plenty of speed, hustle and ability. We are hopeful that these boys will help form a nucleus for another fine team for Coach Kenneth Wells in the 1958 season, stated Coach Spatcher. Webster City ........ 0-0 Alleman ............ 26-6 Marshalltown 20-13 Grinnell ........ 25-7so , yviOia Reb. FGA FGM Pet. FT TP Dresser ... 151 222 87 .391 35 209 Ellis ... 93 179 87 .486 1 11 285 Stuart 74 137 51 .365 43 145 Wall 91 77 30 .389 27 87 Milliken ... 54 161 44 .273 37 145 Fellows ... 56 71 25 .352 7 57 Toppenberg ... 48 47 19 .404 12 50 Burrell ... 32 27 9 .333 8 26 Smith 9 1 1 3 .272 10 16 Others 7 19 2 .089 10 14 Back row; Luther, Burrell, Wall, Tcppenberg, Fellows, Dresser, Taft. For the last two years the Little Cyclone cagers have finished conference competition with five wins and five losses. In the con- ference race they finished behind Oska- loosa and Marshalltown in a third place tie with Newton. Coach Wally Linn started the season with the all-senior line-up of forwards, Jim Dres- ser and Ben Fellows, center Ron Toppenberg, and guards Don Milliken and Gary Ellis. Juniors who appeared in the line-up later in the season were forward Jim Stuart and center Dave Wall. With the senior line-up Ames soundly whipped AA district finalist Mason City, getting scoring in the double figures from four of the five starters. Ames went on to beat North Des Moines and Carroll, but was tripped by the eventual CIC champs, Oskaloosa, in their fourth game. After the Osky loss the Little CyclonesS Z44K e vuC 67 Mason City 55 Ames 58 Des Moines North 51 57 Carroll 51 41 Oskaloosa 42 61 Grinnell 51 48 Boone 45 61 Nevada 45 Ames .. 44 Des Moines Roosevelt ..... 54 58 Newton 72 Ames 61 Marshalltown 63 33 Oskaloosa 50 77 Grinnell 44 52 47 Ames 74 Newton 64 59 Webster City 54 Ames 42 Marshalltown 46 Ames 59 Boone 50 Ames 63 Webster City ........... 65 Front row: Ellis, G. Smith, Stuart, Regers, Porter, Milli- ken, Mr. Linn. bounced back and downed Grinnell, Boone, and Nevada before hitting a four game los- ing streak. All four losses were to state powerhouses—Des Moines Roosevelt, New- ton, Marshalltown, and Oskaloosa. Once again Ames came back and played their best ball of the season while downing Grin- nell, Boone, Newton, and Webster City. In their last scheduled game the Little Cyclones lost to Marshalltown 46-42 after leading the Bobcats the first three quarters of play. In the state tournament Ames drew rival Boone in the first game of sectional play. They made it three straight over Bdone and advanced to the finals against Webster City at Webster City. The Little Cyclones' hope of going any further in state meet competition was cut short when All-Stater John Ptacek hit a jump shot with two seconds remaining, giving Webster City a 65-63 victory.Abbra ka dabra Pulverize 'em! One af a time, boys. Flying ankle smash.Sofe G+ uyie For the last three years Mr. Covey's sophomore bas- ketball team has won the Central Iowa Conference championship. The sophs lost three games in sixteen starts, only one to a conference foe-Marshalltown. Lead- ing the team in scoring was Jack Carr who was ably assisted with balanced scoring from Steve Jensen, Ron Jenkins, Dave Chipman, Chuck Phipps, and Steve Rust. This year's team was the best, or as good as the best defensive sophomore team I have ever coached, said Mr. Covey. The team's record is as follows: Mason City 40-47 Newton .. . . 39-29 North D. M. 54-30 Marshalltown 38-29 Carroll 48-40 Oskaloosa 32-24 Oskaloosa 48-37 Grinnell 36-33 Grinnell 53-32 Boone 44-42 Boone 54-33 Webster City .... 57-48 Nevada 49-36 Newton 63-37 Roosevelt D. M. 50-53 Marshalltown 39-60 Back row: Jenkins, P. Klingscis, Jensen, L. Scheuermann, Page, Disquc. Middle row: Mr. Covey, Rust, Phipps, Curtiss, Weiner, Chipman. Piper. Front row: Peake, Wolf, J. Carr, VanWinkle, Fain. 84 VcvuUty Back row: Howell. S. Carr. E. Holtz. Timm, Dave Erickson, Mark Anderson, D. McFarland, Hildreth, Bundy. Mr. Spafcher. Middle row: Pierce, L. Munson, Doncls, Osland, Browning, Nairn. Merchant, Daley. Highbargcr. Front row: Tim Stine, DcVaul, Scholl, Terry Stine, Wright, Recce, Brayton, T. Anderson. For the first year Ames High had a school sponsored varsity reserve basketball team. The team was composed of junior and senior boys who did not make the varsity squad. It was organized to get more boys playing basketball and to provide a good time for all. Coach Spatcher took fifteen boys to out-of-town games, letting each of them play at least one quarter. The entire squad saw action in home games. Perhaps the reserves' most out- standing game was against United Community, when they beat the Boone County champs 37-33. They completed their season against the intramural all-stars—the senior reserves playing the senior all-stars and the junior reserves play- ing the junior all-stars. COACH SPATCHER 85 flock row: Hansen, Dresser, Smolling, T. Anderson, Mr. Smelling. Second row.- Terry Stine, Porter. Ellis, Posegate, Burrell. Front row: Aegerter, Jackson, J. Carr, Ford, Wright. Again the Little Cyclones' baseball team went un- defeated in regular season competition. Ames' only loss was to Cedar Valley in the district finals. The team's leading hitters were captain Gary Ellis with a batting average of .551, catcher Jack Smalling with an average of .468 and Dave Posegate at .400. As a team, Ames' batting average was .329 and slugging average .440. Ellis pitched in 11 games with an earned run average of .92 and also led in runs batted in with 25. Ames' other pitchers were John Aegerter with an earned run average of 2.63 and Ed Hansen with an earned run average of .57. Jim Dresser led the team in stolen bases with 10. Coach Ray Smalling will have a veteran team back in 1958 with the exception of Hansen and Aegerter, who have graduated. Ames 20 Grand Junction 4 Ames 4 Marshalltown 2 Ames . 2 Webster City 1 Ames ......... 14 Grinnell 0 Ames ......... 17 Marshalltown .10 Ames 13 Webster City 1 Ames .19 Grinnell 1 Ames . .......... 8 Radcliffe Ames ........... 11 Ellsworth Ames . 4 Roland 1 Ames 3 Indianola ................. 1 Ames 0 Cedar Valley 4 Ames 15 West Des Moines 1 Ames 11 Radcliffe 10 Ames . 11 Jefferson 1 86 Baseballer D. McCarthy and Coach Smalling. CN OBack row: Mr. Wells, Kilstrorr., Roger Jones. Hildreth E. Holtz, Stensland, Fellows, Toppenberg. Brown- ing, Gray, Larry W. Jones, lykkegaard. Middle row: Balloon, Bogue. Clem, McCarthy, Smalling, Klein, McFarland, McCullough, Porter, L. Munson. Front row: DeVaul, Terry Stine, Millikcn, Scholl, G. Ellis, Dresser, Erringfon. Highbarger, Merchant, K. Munson, S. Carr, Gammack, Tim Stine, Feavel. 7 zr Uty (£tci The Varsity Club is an athletic honorary club com- posed of major letter winners in football, basketball, track, golf, tennis, and baseball. Activities of the club include initiation of new members and the furnishing of flowers for the track queens through club dues. At a meeting held in the spring of the year officers are elected, and the annual Varsity Club picnic is planned. In addition to the sponsor, Mr. Wells, this year's officers are President Stan Scholl, Vice President Fred Errington, and Secretary-treasurer Denny Porter. Watch this shot, guys! Tiddly-winkers, Stan, Fred, and Denny. 87 Back row: R. Nelson, Jim L. Kelley, Tim Stine, Dave Posegate, Clarke Pasley. Middle row: Biery, Seymour, Reese, Smodal. Front row: Mr. Smelling, F. McGilvcry, Dave Marlin, Thorgerson, Nairn. Football, swimming, bowling, and wrestling are among the many activities offered by the Ames High in- tramural program. Twenty-one homerooms take part in the competition, divided into three leagues, senior, jun- ior, and sophomore. All boys are eligible except those who have won a major letter in the sport or those who are members of the sophomore or varsity team. Points of 10-6-4-2 are awarded for places in each tournament. If there are two tournaments in the same activity, such as ping-pong doubles and ping-pong singles, points of 5-3-2-1 are given. At the end of the year these points are totaled to determine the grand champion in each league. A trophy is awarded to the winning homeroom, and first and second place ribbons are given to indi- vidual winners. At the end of the fall activities, homeroom 109 led the senior league with 42 points; 111 led the juniors with 25; and 208 led the sophomores with 312 3 points. Assisting Ray Smalling with his program were Ken- neth Page and intramural managers Phil Seymour, Mike Phares, Mike Reese, Victor Randecker, Mike Hussey, and Eddie Brown. 88 Coordinator, RAY SMALLING 89Back row: Bodie, L. Anderson, Tripp, J. Boston, Pratt, M. Martin. Second row: T ow Brindley, Mrs. Lockhart, Blacss, Hensing, S. Akin. Front row: Judy Suhr, Jean Suhr, Diehl, Rice K. Peterson, S. Dailey. tcutcC @aci tciC The Girls' Athletic Association offered the girls in high school the chance to compete in softball, basketball, volleyball, bowling, badminton, and tennis tournaments. This year for the first time the girls had the chance to work on the trampoline. Both old and new members had a lot of fun at the two potlucks and initiations. Girls were initiated if they had 100 points or more. The cabinet and council planned all the activities and social functions of the group. The officers were Barb Cox, president; La- vonne Daniels, vice president; Linda Roach, secretary-treasurer; Mary Susan Lee, intra- mural chairman; Louise Thompson, social chairman; and Alice Andre and Barb Gowan point recorders. Bock tow: M. Ice, Louise Thompson, Roach, Barb Cox. Front row: Mrs. Lockhart, Andre, Gowan, Daniels. 90Baller of basketball? Heads up! Jack be nimble! Discouraged? What an effort! 91 Left to right: Mary E. Walsh, Carol Smith, Dave Browning, Stella Dixon. Back row: Miller, A. Strand, C. Smith, Dixon, M. E. Walsh, Rouze. Front row: K. Carr, Jean Bachman, Bloomfield, Carpenter. Despite the pouring rain the Little Cy- clones held the Oskaloosa Indians without a point while scoring fourteen points in the Homecoming game. The rain soaked everything but the spirit and pep of the Ames High students. At a rousing pep assembly in the afternoon, Carol Smith was announced Homecoming Queen. She and her attendants, Stella Dixon and Mary Ellen Walsh, were presented with flowers by Denny Porter, football captain. After the pep assembly. Mayor Joseph Law- lor talked to the students at the city hall. Due to the rainy weather, Carol Smith and her attendants were presented at a dance held at Elks Hall rather than at the half-time. Carol was crowned queen of the festivities by her escort, Dave Browing.C6 KtK p Rain, rain, go away.' Pleasant surprise!SfietCuvp Suzanne Pinncll, Spelling Queen. Can you spell panacea, myriad, lym- phatic, patois, or jeremiad? These ere some of the words in the fourth annual Spelling Bee, sponsored by the Web Staff. For the fourth year a girl held the title of Spelling Champ. Suzanne Pinnell cor- rectly spelled panacea to be the 1958 Spelling Queen. Sue Englehorn was run- ner-up. Bonnie Hazel and Barb Dahlberg placed third and fourth respectively. Dr. Keith Huntress, professor of English at Iowa State College, pronounced the words. Mrs. Vegors, Wally Linn, and Dale Hiedeman judged the contest. Homeroom 113 won the homeroom trophy for the second year in a row. fo School Back-to-School Night gives the parents a chance to meet some of the teachers and to see how classes are conducted. Students followed their regular Friday morning schedules. The girls met in the gym for Girl Reserves. They had a variety show with Judi Mathison as M.C. The program included numbers by the dance band, a humorous reading, and selections by the Girls' Glee Club. The boys met in the auditorium for Hi-Y. Dave Browning was Master of Ceremonies. The dance band also played for them, and Wally Linn talked on athletics in Ames High. Memories of school days were brought back to parents of Ames High students as they attended classes with their children.S6 tecuoocC Stcfautye During the first week in December, fifteen Ames High Students lived in the homes of Shorewood High School students in Milwaukee, Wis- consin. The group attended classes, participated in school activities, toured Milwaukee, and made many new friends during their week's visit. The following week fifteen stu- dents from Shorewood High visited Ames High School. The purpose of the student ex- change was to trade ideas and de- velop friendship, understanding, and an appreciation for a large metropolitan high school. Must b« interesting! Some girls get all the breaks! Sack row: Severson, Merchant, Wolf. Pasley, Browning, D. Catron, Dallas Wall, Piper, Gam- mack. Front row: McTagoe, C. Walsh, Wildman, M. E. Walsh, M. I. Judge, Joan Bachman. The seven seniors attending were Joan Bachman, Dave Browning, Dwayne Catron, Mary Louise Judge, Jim Merchant, Mary Ellen Walsh, and Mona Wolf. The five juniors were Gregg Gammack, Frannie Mc- Tague, Clarke Pasley, Jan Severson, and Carole Walsh. Dallas Wall, Gretchen Wildman, and Jim Piper were the three sophomores. 97 4% mhcC t£e 'TOonCet Ut %0 ‘Dcuja' Left to right: Mary E. Walsh, Linda Miller, Pat Bloomfield, Sandy Rouze, Kit Carr, Ava lee, Stella Dixon, Sandy Carpenter, Mary Louise Judge, Jean Bachman. Around the World in 80 Days was the theme of the annual SPIRIT dance given on January 18. A large crepe paper balloon on the stage carried out this theme. The study hall was also decorated with large cutouts, pictures, and Japanese lanterns. They served as the background for the crowning of the SPIRIT Sweetheart, Jean Bachman and her attendants, Mary Louise Judge and Sandy Carpenter. Master of cere- monies was Jim Merchant, SPIRIT sports edi- tor, who crowned the girls and presented them with corsages. As a remembrance of the dance, Jean also received a bracelet with a heart charm inscribed Spirit Sweetheart 58—Jean Bachman. Dave Posegate won the free SPIRIT. Nancy Anderson, assistant editor, was general chairman; Martha Marks, publicity editor, headed the decorations committee. All worked hard to make the annual year- book dance a success. 98 Sandy and Mary, middle and right, share the spotlight with Her Highness Jean.'P'UeHcUfafi 0Wee6 He drew a circle that shut me out. Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout; But love and I had the wit to win; We drew a circle that took him in. This quotation by Edwin Markham was heard each morning during Friendship Week, January 27-30. For the thirty-first year, a week was set aside to consider problems of character de- velopment. World Brotherhood was the general theme of this year's Friendship Week sponsored by Hi-Y and Girl Reserves. Monday morning students met in huddle groups to discuss the main topic Making the Right Moral Choice. They discussed the problems of cheating and juvenile delin- quency. Tuesday through Thursday the students heard the guest speaker. Rev. D. W. Preus. He is the Campus Pastor of the Lutheran Student Foundation at the University of Minnesota. There is a tremendous tempta- tion to major in ourselves and minor in God. This was one of the many ideas Rev. Preus presented to the student body in his first talk Majoring in Minors. He also pointed out that we should love people, not things and serve the church, not clubs. In his second address, Burden Bearers, he talked about accepting responsibility and helping other people. In his final address, Double Trouble, Rev. Preus said we must accept ourselves and continually seek to better ourselves to become the persons God wishes us to be. Rev. Preus also conducted forums for each class, in which they discussed such problems as going steady and racial segregation. He also met with the Hi-Y and Girl Reserves cabinets for discussions. Students were given the opportunity to have personal conferences with Rev. Preus. Each morning during the week devotions were given over the P.A. system. Jo Schultz confers with Pastor Preus. 100 Dance Band, led by student director Tom Timm, provides enter- tainment for the Career Day assembly. For the past fourteen years Career Day has been an integral part of Ames High. The program is designed to aid the students in the choice of a vocation by gaining informa- tion from experienced people in various fields. This year fifty-four career choices were offered, ranging from advertising to zoology. The opening assembly was pre- sented by professor Glen Holmes of Iowa State College followed by the first two sec- tional meetings. In the afternoon, the school dance band, choir, and girls' sextet provided the entertainment. Following was the final sectional meeting. In previous years the ninth grades from Central and Welch have been invited to Career Day; however, due to increasing en- rollment, they were excluded this year. Dr. Goetz advises Jack Young on a career about chemistry. AHS girls learn about being airline hostesses from Mr. Townc. 101rtOUHP .105 te i107 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1958Congratulations and Best Wishes TO OUR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS We think we have a wonderful bunch of kids in Ames. We're very pround 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. TILDEN'S AMES Dependable Since 1869 Congratulations Class of 1958 JOSTEN'S MOORE'S DAIRY Treasure-Craft Jewelry and Stationery OWATONNA, MINNESOTA 428 FIFTH CE 2-6512 Box 526 AMES, IOWA Walt Smith Dial CE 2-21II 108Congratulations ARMSTRONG BROS. CO. Class of 1958 Complete Floor Covering 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. 231 MAIN CE 2-4157 H. L. MUNN Prescription Specialists LUMBER CO. APOTHECARY SHOP Established 1891 218 MAIN 521 DUFF MAIN AND DUFF AMES, IOWA JORDISON ELECTRIC You Phone Us—We'll Wire You AMES Commercial—Residential BUILDING AND LOAN Farm 133 S. Riverside CE 2-7265 ASSOCIATION AMES A Good Place for BATES JEWELERS Your Savings Watches Omega—Longines—Hamilton—Bulova Sterling Silver Gorham—Wallace International—Heirloom 300 MAIN CE 2-2714 2400 L WAY CE 2-2515 109Congratulations Seniors! The favorite clothing store for young men. HANSON LUMBER 212 DUFF CE2-5I52 229 MAIN AMES FRUIT GROCERY SECOND AND ELM CE2-24II RYERSON'S STAS CLOTHING CO. 226 Main CE2-326I McDOWELL'S The Spot for Homes Dick Clem is finding ihe best suit assortment in town. A Complete Real Estate Service for City Property Insurance of All Kinds Travelers and Aetna Fire PHONE CE 2-MO I 319 Main Ames, Iowa BILL VOGT AL STOLL W. E. McDOWELL Congratulations Seniors! Best of Luck in Your Future! '58 SPIRIT STAFF Dave fills it up at DICK BOURNE'S CONOCO SERVICE Tires, Batteries and Accessories SIXTH AND DOUGLAS CE2-9877 SKEIE MOTOR CO. PONTIAC Sales—Service Good Will Used Cars 202 S. DUFF CE 2-3650 IIICompliments of COLL£GIATEJ MANUFACTURING ■companyH CHEV ADAMS JACK ADAMS CUNT Class of 1919 Class of 1949 Class ADAMS of 1921Insist Upon O'NEIL'S QUALITY CHECKED GENERAL FILTER COMPANY Design—Construction—Erection PRODUCTS: ICE CREAM AND MILK Look for the Big Red Check Mark V Iron Removal Filters Water Softeners Aerators and Degasifiers Chemical Feed Equipment Coagulators and Mixers Swimming Pool Equipment O'NEIL DAIRY COMPANY Ames Iowa PHONE CE 2-4121 AMES. IOWA WHEELOCK CONOCO SERVICE LANDSBERG PHARMACY COLLEGE REXALL Conoco Products ☆ U. S. ROYAL TIRES JOE WHEELOCK. JR.. Owner 5th and Burnett Phone CE 2-4544 Furniture Automotive McLARNAN'S Trim Shop—Upholstering 1012 Clark Avenue RESTYLING AMES. IOWA IIS Individuality in Good Furniture HOVERSTEN FURNITURE Furniture and Floor Coverings ADMIRAL TELEVISION AND RADIOS ADMIRAL AND GIBSON REFRIGERATORS AND ELECTRIC STOVES Flex-Steel and Permalux Living Room Furniture 412 MAIN PHONE CE 2-2674 ITALIAN 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 DOWNTOWN AMES BOBBY ROGERS Linda Hawkins is wearing a new 2 piece chemise-style wool. We always feature the NEW in both our college and downtown stores. We are interested in style Merchan- dise — and so are our customers. 312 MAIN 2406 L. WAYCarol Smith. 1957 Homecoming Queen enjoys banking with Paul Kling- seis. Cashier at The Bank Where You Feel at Home. AMES TRUST SAVINGS BANK Top values in every department. It's a wonder- ful 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 ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE • RECORDS—SHEET MUSIC • PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES • RADIOS—PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS—ORGANS • ACCORDIONS—GUITARS • STUDIO LESSONS 302 Ames Main Iowa Phone CE 2-3624 115COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK 227 MAIN 2546 Lincoln Way CE2-43I0 CE 2-6135 GIBBS PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1006 DOUGLAS CE2-5452 See the NEW Miracle Brain ELNA No Dials to Set No Knobs to Turn NECCHI SCwiNC CIRCLE 410 Fifth CE2-2530 CLEMENS SEWING MACHINE SERVICECongratulations, Seniors VIVIAN EQUIPMENT CO. DES MOINES REGISTER TRIBUNE Congratulations Class of 1958 From Senior R T carriers Bill Wagaman, Chuck Judge, Mike McKinney, Bruce Hildreth, Mike Klein look over the morning Register. BOB'S SUPERETTE CE 2-5204 2416 KNAPP HIBBS PHILLIPS 66 Quality Products—Friendly Service SOLAR INN Steaks—Chicken Sea Foods 1 4 Miles South on Highway 69 AMES, IOWA Your Headquarters tor HUNTING, FISHING, CAMPING AND PICNIC SUPPLIES Iowa and Minnesota Licenses Lincoln Way and Elm CE 2-6670 Ames, Iowa SPIEGEL, INC. Catalog Shopping Center 400 MAIN THE FAIR Congratulations Graduates Dry Goods Draperies Notions We have strived to supply your 203 MAIN CE 2-5101 school needs. May we continue to be of service in whatever field you choose. RAY COOK Gifts—Office—School and Photographic Supplies A Ox x- CONSTRUCTION Ames Stationers Crushed Rock—Lime Washed Sandy Gravel CE 2-3363 CE 2-4106 238 MAIN CE 2-4161 118 —Ntimi AMES DAILY TRIBUNE “l'oter Hometown Newspaper Congratulations Class of 1958 JAMES THOMPSON SONS jTcoop General Contractors for All Types of Building Construction AMES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY 105 Kellogg CE 2-7320 AMES, IOWA Congratulations, Class of 1958 AMES AUTO SERVICE 412 Burnett YOUR AUTO REPAIR SERVICE TROW MILK DISTRIBUTORS LELAND Iowa State College PLUMBING AND HEATING Dairy Products 109 N. BOURNE CE 2-3991 Trade Locally 239 CAMPUS CE 2-4662 120Congratulations to 1958 Seniors Your Friendly Main Street Bank UNION STORY TRUST SAVINGS BANK Ames' Banking Corner Since 1881 Main at Douglas CE2-2362 Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. Over HOME 16,000 Items FURNITURE APPLIANCES for Your The Home of Convenience Quality Merchandise Means You'll 128 LINCOLN WAY CE2-6233 Find It at CARR HARDWARE CO. CE 2-6324 AMES, IOWA KNAPP INSURANCE AGENCY FIFTH AND DOUGLAS CE 2-7060 121Ad Album Alice take time out for a Coko at Janice says, “The rings at RAY JEWEL- Ann knows that YOUNKERS carry the FRANGOS. ERS are just beautiful. newest fashion. Pud is intriguod by tho dryers at MIL- Dave knows that shoes from BROWN Karen stops to look at the supplies LARD'S SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY. SHOE FIT are always serviceable and at CAMPUS DRUGS. attractive. Bruce likes the sporting oqulpmont at NIM'S SPORTSMAN. Mm Good says Dave about the pas- tries at PURITY BAKERY. Carole picks up her groceries at RUSHINGS. Jackie's impressed with the typewriters Tho plants at EVERT'S seem to have Jo admires the fine luggage at at NESS TYPEWRITERS. caught Judy's eyo. MOSER'S. 122Ad Album She”ey know that vegetables from the Louise chooses her new frames from the HOLTZ and NAIRN solvo all Torry's WEST STREET GROCERY are always wide selection at HOUSE OF VISION. insurance problems. fresh. Jo is pleased with the fine servico Alice finds everything she needs at YOUNKERS solve all Martha's cosmetic the AMES PANTORIUM gives. McLELLAN'S. noods. The HY VEE helps Barb propare for her party. 123 Ann likes the typewriters at BYER OF- FICE EQUIPMENT. Marilyn's always happy with shoes from BROWN SHOE FIT.Ad Album Steve tries out one of tho beeutiful Roger goes to the AMES NURSERY for Stan admires a watch from WEAVERS, cars at the ALLEN MOTORS. landscaping help. Tho girls aro roady to onjoy a good Jim seems intrigued by tho equipment Anne's ready to go in an Edsel from lunch at GLADES RESTAURANT. at WIERSONS. LARRY PETERSON'S. When Pat wants to buy a plant, she goes to ALOHA FLORIST. AMES LUMBER holps to mate building easier. Barb finds just what she want at JOE'S John watches as some of his clothes MEN'S SHOP. dre cleaned at COLLEGE CLEANERS. Sara inspects the new Mercury at Jim picks up some bulbs at NELSON MATHISON MOTORS. ELECTRIC. 124Ad Album For th® fin®it fit. Jean goes to the For all jewolry needs Judy goes to Marilyn lilcos tho quick service at LIND- BIG SHOE STORE. WEAVERS. QUIST CLEANERS. TOWN AND CAMPUS help to supple Jim has his car looked over at EARLS Stovo spends his spare time at tho ment Julie's wardrobe. GARAGE. SPUDNUT SHOP. Beth looks ovor tho largo selection of notebooks at COLLEGE STUDENT SUPPLY. Broak time is RAINBOW timo. Steve Rust has his windshield cleaned at SHORT STOP. To got a good watch, Stevo goes to SWANKS. For a suit, Mark goes to the SPORT SHOP.Ad Album For her wardrobo. Rosalio Whon Peggy looks for ree- YOUNKERS help Lory pre- Bud always finds the lat- goes to VAN DRIES. ords, she goes to AMES pare for that special night. est scoop on hot rods at HARDWARE 4 MUSIC. the COLLEGE PIPE SHOP. Dick knows that the NINTH STREET GROCERY always offers a nice selection of fruits. Karen has her hair styled at ANDERSON'S BEAUTY SALON. Pcnney's ready for a night of relaxation at tho THEA- TERS OF AMES. Barb shows her approval of the new Oldsmobile at DUNLAPS. Mickey looks over the many Mr. Sovorson helps Phil so- Denny gets personal help at and Beth is thrilled with magozinos from WALT'S loct tho right policy at COE'S . . . flowers from COE'S. NEWS STAND. SEVERSON INSURANCE ,,, AGENCY.Ad Album Ron teem interested in the units at Kit enjoys areaming of new cars at Miko seems amazed with the machinery PAUL JONES SHEET AND METAL. MATHISON MOTORS. at CARTER PRESS. ALLEN TRAVEL AGENCY accommo- Barb has her portrait taken at HILLS Carmen preparos to enjoy a night of dates Carol with her traveling plans. STUDIO. skating at SKATELAND. Denny looks over the appliances at TUTTLE'S THERMOGAS. Anno shows her skill at AMES BOWL- ING LANES. Karon solocts somo paints from IR- VINE'S PAINT STORE.Ad Album Diclc goes to ALLAN MACHINE SHOP lvei ®ni°ys h® courteous service at The Studebakers at WHATOFF’S ap- for his repair needs. IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT AND peal to everyone. POWER. Marianne goos to BREEZE GAS for her Joan's ready to drive off in a new Dick and Dave are ready to enjoy re- automotive needs. Plymouth from MOTOR SALES. freshments at the NIBBLE NOOK. Roger purchases oil at the friendly WEST LINCOLN SERVICE. Any new PHIL COY home attracts Ames High School students. Jack looks over the plumbing fixtures at PALMER PLUMBING. Connie onjoys the cooperation and un- derstanding she gets at BROWN IN- SURANCE. Steve and Darrell receivo help at REX’S SERVICE STATION. SHIPLEY’S BARBER SHOP offers fine service to all students.Lani trie a new Electrolux Cleaner from STUART'S ELECTROLUX. Mike enjoys picking out a sport coat at YOUNKERS. Becky has an export stylo her hair at MAX HARRI- MAN'S. Tom waits on Loo at tho GRAND AVENUE SERVICE STATION. 129'Index Adams, Jim—44, 79 Adams, Mr. Frank—9 Adams, Mr. Herbert—10 Adams, Linda-23, 50, 67, 68, 69 Akin, Larry—39, 63, 64 Akin, Sandy-23. 55, 57, 68, 90 Alexander, Mrs. Billie Marie—14 Alexander, Jim—44 Alfred, Janice—23, 64, 68 Alfred, Larry—45, 79 Alfred, Ronald—45, 79 Allen, Don—46 Allen, Monty—46 Allen, Richard—44, 79 Allison, Mr. Leland—12, 44 Anderson, Charlene—44, 63, 66 Anderson, Jon—46, 55, 56 Anderson, Karen—40, 50, 67 Anderson, Linda—44. 57. 90 Anderson, Mark—40, 85 Anderson, Mary Jo—23, 61, 68 Anderson, Nancy—6, 20, 39, 54, 71 Anderson, Sherron—40, 57, 67 Anderson, Tom—20, 42, 85, 86 Andre, Alice-6, 40. 50, 63, 65. 71, 90 Arrasmith, Carol—17. 23, 50, 62, 63. 68 Arthur, Dick—39, 54, 56 Arthur, Mary—17, 23, 54, 68 Ayres, Jim—17, 20, 40, 73 Bachman, Jean—23, 50, 51, 68, 94, 98, 99 Bachman, Joan-22, 23, 50, 51, 68, 97 Bailey, Dean—47, 58 Baker, Charmian—41 Baldus, Mary Kay—45 Boll, Darrell—40 Ball, Karin-45, 57 Ballard, Sally-39, 50 Balloun, Joe—40, 55, 56, 73, 87 Banks, Carol-46. 50, 57, 61, 63 Bappe, Katie-45, 57, 61, 63, 58 Bappe, Phil—23, 73 Bappe, Rita—46. 57 Bargficld, Ed-47, 72 Barrie, Eddie—41 Barron, Bruce—41, 56, 76 Barton, Yvonne—47, 63 Batman, Bruce—44, 63, 65, 73 Baughman, Robert—45, 79 Baumann, Nancy—17, 40, 57, 63, 65 Beach, Jo—40 Beach, Larry—23 Beman, Beth—41, 55, 57 Bengtson, Mr. Leonard—12 Biery, Mike-44, 55, 56, 63, 64, 73, 88 Bishop, Bill-45, 56 Black, Bernice—45, 58, 71, 72 Black, Carol-46, 55. 57, 58 Blaess, Marilyn—41, 57, 61, 65, 67, 90 Bloomfield, Pat-23, 50, 54, 61. 62. 63. 64. 68. 69, 94. 98 Boast, Dick—23, 54, 69 Bcdie, Alechia—24, 68, 70, 90 Boguc, Marvin—24, 76, 87 Booth, Jerry—24, 54, 56, 73 Bork, Dave—41, 65 Boston, Jo—47, 55, 57, 63, 90 Boston, Rita—47, 63 Botsford. Pat—41, 62, 63. 65 Bowen, Bill—24 Bowen, Gayle—41, 63, 64 Bowen, Nancy—44, 55, 57, 63 Bowlds, Loralce—24. 62. 68, 71 Boyer, Jon—24 Bragonicr, Jim—17, 24. 54, 58, 64, 70 Braymcn, Anna—41 Brayton, Tom—42, 55, 56, 73, 76, 85 Briley, Dave—45. 79 Brindley, Carol—42, 63, 65, 90 Brooks, Judy—46, 63 Brown, Ed—47, 66 Brown, Larry—42 Brown. Mary—44, 58, 63 Browning, Dave-24 52, 53, 85, 87 94, 97 Bruce, Clare—39, 76 Bruce, Larry—46 Buchman, John—39 Buchwald Barbara—45, 71 Buck, Eugene—24 Buck, Judy—44 Bundy, Bob—24, 85 Burgoon, Kenny—24 Burrell. Steve-39, 52, 73. 76, 80. 86 Burroughs, Phyllis—39. 58 Burton, Judy—45, 57, 67 Burton, Linda—39, 54 Busch, Steve-39 55 56, 63 Bush, Ronnie—46, 79 Cadman, Cloreen—39 Cafferty, Glen—40 Caldwell, Karen—24, 68 Calhoun, Barb—40, 57 Cameron, Karen—25, 68 Campbell, Prue—6 25 50, 62, 63, 68 Canvin, Miss Madalene—12 Carlson, Gary—20, 47 Carney, Pat-20. 46, 57, 63 Carpenter, Sandy—25 63, 68, 94, 98 Carr, Jack-47, 79, 84, 86 Carr. Kit-25, 54. 68, 69 94, 98 Carr. Steve-41. 52. 54, 76. 85. 87 Cart, Pat-46, 57, 67 Carter, John—44, 63, 64. 65 Case, Ronney—25 Catron, Carmen—47. 63, 67 Catron, Dwayne—22, 25. 62, 76, 97 Catron, Pat—39, 61 Chamberlin, John—20, 46, 63 Chance, Marianne—25, 50, 54, 68, 71 Chcville, Kathy-25. 68, 69 Chipman, Dave—44, 55, 84 Chittenden. Dudley—47, 72 Christensen, Julie—47, 57 Christian, Lyn—40 Christopherson, Dennis—20, 45 73, 79 Clapp, Charlotte—17, 41, 67 Clapp, Lyle-25 76 Clark, Donna—47, 67 Clark, Jerry—45, 79 Clem, Deanna—44, 57 Clem, Dick-25, 76, 87 Clouser. Elsie—25. 62, 63, 68 Coe. Dave-47, 52, 79 Cole, Don—42 Compton, Karen—25. 63, 67, 68 Covey. Mr. Hiram—14, 45, 76, 84 Cox. Barb—26. 68, 90 Cox, Ben—39, 76 Cox, Tom—26 Creel, Patricia—42, 67 Cross, Mr. Wayne-12, 54, 55. 56, 57, 60 Crossley, Deanna—44, 58 Crowley, Pat—45, 67 Curtis, Jim—46, 79. 84 Dahl. Judy-39, 57, 63. 64. 67 Dahlbcrg. Barb-40, 55, 57 Dahm, Charles—44, 66 Dailey, Susan—26, 58, 68. 90 Daley, Jerry-39, 73, 85 Dallman, Bill—46 Daniels, LaVonne—26, 50, 68. 69, 70, 90 Danielson, Ellen—47, 57 Davis, Dick—26 Davis, Mrs. Edna—9 Davis, Iva Jean—26, 57, 62, 63, 6S Davis, Lloyd—47'JkcCcx Day. Mr. Richard—I1 DeHamer S'iss Dorothy—14 39, 68. 69 Demaray, Mr . Patricia—9 DeMou, lynn—45 DeMoss. Roy—26 DeVaul, Dick-20, 26. 73, 76, 85. 87 Dickinson. Mr . Elizabeth—14 Diehl, Rosemary—44. 63. 90 Dietl, Ron—47 Disque. Mike—44, 73, 84 Dixon, Stella-6, 22. 26, 68. 94, 98 Dodge, Chuck-20, 45, 58, 73, 79 Donels, Bill-17, 20, 40, 76. 85 Dotson. Jackie-26, 50, 55. 57, 68 Dreeszen. Steve—45, 52, 79 Dresser. Jim—26, 76, 80, 86, 87 Duffy, Joanne—26, 68 Dunlap. Marilyn—45, 63 Dye, Mickey—46. 57 Easton, Anne—20, 39. 62, 63, 71 Easton Marjorie—20, 27, 62, 63, 68 69, 70, 71 Ebel, Shelley-41 Echlind, Miss Ruth—16 Edwards. Dale—38, 40, 71 Ellingson, Carolyn—27. 54, 68. 69 Elliot, Mrs. Grayce—9 Elliot, Mrs. Rose—13 Elliott, Judy-46. 55. 57, 58, 64. 65. 67 Ellis, Gary-27, 52. 70, 76. 80, 86. 87 Ellis, Virginia—45, 58 Emery. Pat—47, 67 Engelhardt. Mr. Douglas—14, 58 Engelhorn, Sue—40, 50, 54, 58 Ensign, Sue—47, 67 Epstein. Ed-41, 72 Erickson Barb-17, 27. 57, 68, 70 Erickson. Bud—27. 52, 64, 76 Erickson. Mrs. Cornelia—17 Erickson. Dave-22, 27, 54. 56. 71, 85 Erickson, Dennis—17, 46. 55, 56 Erickson, Donna-27 54. 62. 63. 64, 65. 68 Erickson Durrell—46 Erickson, Larry—41 Erickson. Steve—44 Errington, Fred—22 27 73, 76. 87 Erskine, Tom—44 Evans. Philip—46 Fain, Ron-45. 52. 79, 84 Farber Ann—40, 57 Farley. Mary-44. 57. 58 Fatland Darlene—40 Fausch, Don—27 Faust. Caroline—41, 55. 57 Feavel, Gary—42, 76, 87 Fellows. Ben-27. 52, 76. 80. 87 Ferguson, Betsy—46 50, 63. 66 71 Fisher. Martha—41 Fisher. Bob-39. 76 Flack, Mrs. Daisy—10 Foderberg Elaine—46 57. 67 Ford, Jim—27, 86 Foreman, Mike—47, 73. 79 Fox, Karl-47, 66. 72 Fredrickson, Pat—44, 55, 57, 63 Freel, JoAnn—41, 57 Freel. Mike—39 Fryer, Judy—41 Gammack, Gregg, 40. 87. 97 Gammon, Ken—27 Garner. Jerry—40 Gamer, Mary—45, 63. 64. 71 Garrett, Mrs. Avonelle—14, 41, 66 Gibbs, Margie—42, 50, 54, 62, 63. o4. 65, 71, 72 Gibson, Kay-28. 50, 68 Gicnger, Miss Dorothea—14 Goetz, Roger-28. 52. 54, 56. 71, 72 Gould. Mary Lou-28. 54. 58. 68, 70, 71 Gowan, Barb—39, 90 Graham, Joyce—45. 57 Gray Tom-17, 20. 41. 54, 73, 76, 87 Green. Donna—28, 57, 68 Green, Gloria—28, 68 Green. Paul—45 Green. Mrs. Ruth—10 Griffcn, Charles—46, 56 Groat, Gary—44 Grooms, Steve—46. 64 Grossman. Gisela—46 Grubb Mrs. Betty—40 Grundman. Sharon—39. 67, 71 Gulliver, Dick-28, 70 Gunderson, Ann—40, 50. 57 Gunn, Karen, 46. 55. 57, 64, 65 Guy, Sharon—46. 55, 57 Hagcman. Russell—47. 66. 72 Hall, Lorissa—41, 67 Hamilton. Mr. Robert-11. 47, 62. 63, 64, 65 Hannum, Mr. Thomas—9 Hansen. Kathi-28. 50. 54, 68. 69, 70 Harris, Leon—28 Hartley, Mike—45 Haugen, Sonja—28, 61. 63, 68, 70 Haupt. Elliott-28, 62, 63. 64. 70 Hausner, Ervin—28 Hawk, John—40 Hawkins. Malinda—42. 50, 57, 61, 63, 64, 65 Hazel, Bonnie-20, 38, 39, 55. 57 Henderson, Bill—28. 58 Henderson, Steve—40, 54, 63. 64 Hensing, Ann—41. 65, 90 Hetzel. Sue-47, 55. 57. 58. 61 Hefzcl, Mr. Walter L.—8, 9 Heubner, Carolyn—47 Hibbs, Sharon—44, 57 Hiedeman, Mr. Dale—11, 44 Highbarger. John-29. 52, 70, 73. 76, 85, 87 Hildreth. Bruce 22. 29, 52, 54. 73. 76. 85, 87 Hillyard. Mary-29. 50. 57, 58, 68 Hmes, Colleen—29, 50, 68 Hinrichsen, Sara-38, 39. 50, 57. 71 Hiserote. Nancie Jo- 20, 44, 50, 55, 57, 63 Hoffman, Bob- 29 Holtz, Mr. Earl—9 Holtz. Earl-20, 41, 52. 54, 56, 84. 87 Holtz, Joan—45, 58 Homeyer. Charles—46 Hoover, Barb—41, 50. 54, 65 Horner, Janet—29, 50. 62, 63, 64, 68 Hostettcr, Carol—45, 50, 57 Houge, Karen—29, 60, 67, 68, 69, 71 Houge, Wynn—41 Houser, David—47 Houser. Diane—29, 54, 68, 70, 71 Howard, Sally-47, 50. 55, 57, 58 Howe. Martha—42, 54 Howell, Mr. Frank B.—9 Howell, Steve-17, 38. 42, 52. 65, 73, 76, 85 Hudspith, Winifred—39 Hull, Adrian—41 Humphrey, Susan—45, 55, 57 Huntress, Debby—40, 66 Hunziker, Dean—46 Hussey, Mike—44 Hutchison, Janyce—29, 55, 57, 67, 68, 71 Inglis, Jackie—29, 63, 68 Jackson, Dennis—47, 73, 86 Jacobson, Jo—46, 55, 57, 63 Jameson, Mary—44 Jenkins, Ron—44, 52, 79, 84 Jensen, Carl—45 Jensen, Steve—44, 55, 56, 84 Johndreau, Jim—29 52, 62, 63, 64 Johnson, Ron—39 Jones, Mr. James—14 7 uCex Jones, Larry Wayne—40, 76 Jones, Lorry Wilkin-6, 29, 87 Jones, Roger—30, 76, 87 Jones, Ronnie—45, 55, 58 Jordison, LoAnne—46, 50, 57 Judge, Anne—39, 65 Judge, Chuck-6, 20, 30, 62. 63, 64. 70 Judge. Howard—46, 56, 73 Judge, Mary Louise-6. 20, 30, 50, 62. 68, 97, 98 Judisch. Jim—6. 40, 62, 65. 66 Juncker, Edward—40 Kalsem, John—39 Kayl, Jeannette—45 Keeker, Sharon—30, 68 Kciglcy, Judy-47. 57 Keller. Dave-20. 42. 58, 65 Kelley, Jim E.-42. 54, 56, 58, 65. 76 Kelley, Jim L.-47. 88 Kelly, Anita-40, 57. 67 Kelso. Dick-47. 79 Kerr, Betty—30, 68 Kilstrom, Bruce—87 King. Faithe—6, 30, 54. 68. 70 Kirk, Gary—44 Klein, Mike-22, 30, 76. 87 Klingseis, Marty—30 Klingseis, Pat—44, 52. 84 Kloppcnborg, Rod—41 Knapp. Sue—45 Kooser, Judy-45, 50, 55. 57, 63. 67 Kraft, Larry—41 Krekow, Ed-22, 30. 52, 76 Krocheski, Joe—41 Kuhl. Connie-6, 30. 50, 62. 63. 65. 68 Kuhl. Ed-42 Kund, Lani—46, 63, 64 Kutish, Gerald—45 Kyle, Barbara—46 Kyle, Carole—40, 67 Lampe, Sandy—30, 57, 68 Larsen. Edith—47, 67 Larson. Ada—30, 68 Larson, Carol Ann—47 Larson, Robert—45 Larson, Ronald—45 Larson, Rosalie—44, 63. 65 Laslett, Lars—44, 58, 66, 71 Lawrence, John—46 Lee. Ava-31, 50, 54. 68. 70, 98 Lee, Mary Susan—6, 41, 50, 90 Lee, Peg-40, 62. 63. 65 Loppik, llo—47, 55, 56, 66 Lester, Elaine—41 Lewis, Barb—44, 57 Lewis, Pat—31. 68. 69 Lewis, Sharon—42, 67 Lillie. Elinor—39, 50, 66 Lilly, Jeanne—46, 63 Linder, Loralee-39, 50, 63, 65 Lindquist, Jim—46, 52, 79 Linn, Mr. Wallace—13, 76, 80 Litchfield, Eveline—31, 68 Lockhart, Mrs. Carol—13, 90 lowman, Jon—46, 63 Lowther, John—31, 55, 56 Lunde. Mark—47, 55, 56, 63 Luther, Barry—39, 80 Luther, Bonny—40 Luther, Mark—31 Lykkegaard, Alex—31, 76. 87 MacBride, Mr. George—13 McBride, Becky—45, 50, 58, 63 McCarthy, Dan-31, 70. 76, 86. 87 McComb, Mary—41, 50, 65 McCullough, Jim—39, 52, 54, 56, 76. 87 McDonald, Jackie—57 McFarland. Dave-31, 70, 73. 76. 85. 87 McFarland, Sue-45, 57. 67 McGilvrcy Chuck—47 McGilvrey Fred—31, 88 McGuire Julie-41, 55, 57 McIntosh, Sandra—41 McKay, Margaret—47 McKinney, Mike—31, 64 McMahon, Ives—40 McNally, Miss Mery—12, 46, 71 McNcel. Judy-46, 67 McTague, Frannie—20. 38 4l. 50 63, 97 McTague, Peter—46 Maakestad, Karen—31. 50. 54, 58. 60, 68 70 Mallory, Glen—40 Marks. Martha-6. 39. 50 Marsh, Mrs. Maud—i 7 Marshall. Joe—46 79 Martin David—44, 88 Martin, Karen-31, 55, 57, 68, 69 Martin. Linda-46, 55. 57 Martin, Linette—47, 57 Martin. Mary-32, 55, 57 68 90 Mason, Barb-32, 67, 68 Mathison, Judy-32, 50 54, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71 Matferson, Judy-32, 62, 63. 64 65, 68, 69. 70 Matthews, Nicholas—44 Mafuseski, Jerome—39 Meade. Mrs. Lyla—13 Meier, Janice—40, 55. 57, 58 Melampy, Kathleen—39 Mell, Ben—45 Mendon, Sue-47. 57 58. 61 Merchant, Jim-6, 20, 32 52, 73 85, 87, 97 Mettlin, Lenora—44 Mettlin. Nancyne—40, 57 Michaud. John—40 Middents, Mr. Joe—16 Miller, Janet-44. 55, 57, 58 Miller, John—45 Miller. Linda—32, 67, 68, 94, 98 Miller, Mike—47 Miller, Miss Ruth-14. 39, 50, 73 Milliken, Don-20, 32. 52, 54, 70, 73. 76. 80. 87 Moore Bobbette—44, 63 Moore, Gary—32 Moreland. Mrs. Anna—17 Morris, Jack—40 Morton, Dave—72 Moses, Ron—41, 72 Mosness. Phil—41 Mosness, Willie—46 Mullica, Karyn-45, 57 Mullin. Maxine—32, 68 Munson, John—42 Mupson, Keith—39, 76. 87 Munson, Larry-39, 65 76, 85, 87 Naim. Dave—3 54 85, 88 Nelson, Donna—46, 57 Nelson, Ed—41, 76 Nelson, Pat—32 Nelson, Roger-46. 56, 79. 88 Nelson, Sandra—39 Nelson, Sharon—42, 67 Nelson, Bill-40, 55, 56 Netcott, Ralph—32 Newkirk, Mr. Sylvester—16 Nolin, Robert—47 Nordin, Judy-16, 39, 55, 57, 63, 64 Nordyke, Jack—6, 40, 55, 56, 76 Olsan, Joyce-33. 55, 57, 6S Orr, Gretchen—46. 50, 55, 57, 58 Oslund. Don—41, 85 Ostrum, Kent—47 Ourth, Mr. Oscar—11 Overland, Don—33 Owings, Pam—47, 55, 57, 58, 67 Packer, Ellen-39, 55, 57, 65'Index Page. Dave-20, 47, 79, 84 Page, Mr. Kenneth—11, 40 Pappa . Te »ie—47, 50, 57. 58 Patley, Clarke-38, 41. 76. 88, 97 Paulson, Alice-20, 44. 50, 57. 63 Paulson, Ruby—40, 50, 57 Peake. Fred-44, 73, 79, 84 Perkin . Gerald—44 Peterson, Betty—44, 57 Peterson, Beverlee—33, 50, 68 Peterson, Catherine—45 Peterson, Karen—45 Peterson. Karlyn-40. 50. 57, 61, 62, 63, 65. 90 Peterson, Pearl—33. 68 Peterson, Sandy-42, 57. 61. 63. 64. 65, 67 Peyton, Phyllis—39, 58 Pharcs, Mike—42 Phares, Virgil—46 Phipp , Chuck—45, 79, 84 Pierce, Darvin—20, 39, 85 Pinnell, Suzanne—33, 54, 58. 60. 68, 69, 96 Pinnell, Sylvia—38, 41 Piper, Jim-20, 45, 55. 56, 84, 97 Pitman, Barb— 41, 55, 57 Poole, Carey—40, 54, 56 Porter, Denny-20, 21, 33, 70 76. 80. 86, 87 Porter Sheila—45. 55, 57, 63 Posegate, Dave-40, 52, 73. 76, 86, 88 Pratt, Karen-33. 68. 90 Rah, Judy-39, 50, 54 Ramsey, Dick-22. 33, 55, 56. 57 Ramsey, Homer—33 Randau. Ron—41 Randecker. Victor—46 Randles, Karen-46. 55. 57. 67 Rasmussen, Deloris—46, 50. 57 Rath, Jim—41 Ratliff. Janice-40. 55. 57 Ratterree. Richard—41 Raun, Mrs. Esther—15 Reed. Susie-47, 50. 58 Reese, Mike-42, 85. 88 Reilly, Barb—40 Reno, Chuck—33 Reno. Gordon—46. 79 Rice. Judy-39, 57 67. 90 Ritland, Mr. Everett—11, 20, 22 Ritland. Pat-41, 55. 57. 67 Roach, Linda-42. 50. 54. 71, 90 Roberson, Ben—33 Rogers. Doug-39. 73. 76. 80 Rogness. Karen—47. 50. 55. 57, 63 Rosebrook, Mrs. Lee—9 Rouze. Dale—47 Rouze, Sandy-33. 54. 60, 61. 68. 70, 94. 98 Roy. Arthur-6. 34 62. 63. 64. 70 Ruch Mrs. Leola—13 Rust Steve—44, 55, 79, 84 Samson, Carla—39 Sande, Judy—47, 53 Sands Barb-39. 57 Sands, Elizabeth—40. 57 Sawyer, Judy—44, 50, 55. 57 Sayre. Miss Laura—9 Schaeffer, Danny-34. 52. 62. 63. 64, 69. 73 Scheuermann, Lee—44, 55. 56. 73, 79, 84 Scheuermann, Sandy—39. 54 Scheuermann Tom—39, 76 Scholl. Stan-34, 52. 53. 58, 70, 73, 76. 85, 87 Schrampfer, Betty—40, 50, 55. 57 Schultz, Jim—45 Schultz. Jo-34, 50, 58. 68 Schultz, Sandy—34, 62, 63. 68 Schumer, Bob—34 Schumer, Virginia—46, 57 Schweitzer, Mary—17, 40, 62, 63, 64 Sclarow, Joan—34, 50, 54. 68, 70 Severson, Jan—40, 97 Seymour, Phil—34. 52, 88 Shadlo, Mr. Owen—12 Shaffer, Dave—34. 76 Shepherd. Doug—34 Sherman, Mr. Paul—16 Shipley, Donna—64 Shoemaker. Ed—44, 79 Shrader. Margarcf-46. 55, 57, 58, 71 Shultz. Diana—46. 57 Sielerf, Mr. Gerald—14 Sills. Dennis—34 Sills, Janet Lou—40 Sills, Janet Luree—47 Sills, Karyl-9 Simpson, Judy-41, 50, 54, 58 Skeie. Larry—45, 55. 56, 79 Smalling, Jack-20, 34, 52, 54, 71, 73, 76, 86, 87 Smalling, Mr. Raymond—11, 86, 88 Smedal, Karsfen—35, 70, 88 Smiley, Roger—39, 54. 56 Smith, Carol-22, 35, 54, 68. 69, 70, 94 Smith, Eleanor-41, 50, 55, 57, 71 Smith. Garwin—38. 40, 73, 76, 80 Smith, John—44 Smith. Sandy-35. 54. 61. 68. 69, 70 Smith, Terry—35 Smith, Tom—6. 45, 63, 64, 65 Sorenson, Carole-35, 55, 57. 67, 68, 69, 71 Soy. Pat-41 Spatcher, Mr. Cecil—11, 47, 76. 79, 85 Stebbins, Bruce—46. 55, 58 Steil. Peggy-42, 50, 57, 63, 64. 65 Stensland. Bob -35, 52, 54, 87 Stephens, Marilyn—42 Stephenson. Con'ad—46 Stephenson, Sandra—40 Stevens. Don—9 Stine, Terry-35. 76. 85, 86, 87 Stine, Tim-39, 76. 85, 87, 88 Stoaks, Larry—35 Stone, Mr. Edwin—13, 52 Stoner. Bill—40 Sforby, Diane-35. 58, 67, 68, 70 Strand. Anne-35, 50. 62, 63, 64, 68, 70. 94 Strand. Bcth-44, 57. 63. 64 Strand, Martha-39. 63. 64. 65 Strand. Steve—41 Stuart, Jim-40, 73, 76, 80 Sturtevant, Mr. Floyd—11, 41, 72 Suchcr, Pat—39, 50, 67 Suhr, Jean—45, 57, 61, 63, 64. 65, 71, 90 Suhr, Judy-46, 57. 61, 63, 65. 71. 90 Sydnes, Betty—40 Sylwesfer, Judy-35. 55, 57, 68. 69 Synhorst, Steve—35 Taft, Mike-41, 80 Tarman, Neal—41 Taylor. Dick—42 Taylor, Wayne—46 Torrones, Mark—36 Tesdahl, Gary-46. 52. 79 Textrum, Marcia—36, 67, 68, 70 Thogcrson, Don—39, 88 Thomas, Tommy—39, 76 Thompson, Ann—39, 62. 64. 65 Thompson, Duane—36. 70 Thompson, Mrs. Evelyn—13 Thompson, Jim—40, 76% Thompson, Larry—47, 5 5, 56, 64 Thompson, Louise—36, 50. 54. 58, 68. 69, 70, 90 Thorpe, Wayne—46. 79 Tice, Denny—20, 47, 79 Timm, Tommy—40, 54, 56. 58, 71, 73, 76, 85 Timmons, Dorothy—36, 50, 62, 63, 64, 68 Toms, Don—44, 73 Toppenberg, Ron—36, 80, 87 ? tdex Tripp, Diane—46, 57, 63, 64, 90 Trout, Miss Betty—12, 67 Trow, Pat-39, 55, 57, 63, 64. 65, 90 Trump, Dave—6, 36, 52, 70, 72 Trump, Mr. Richard—11, 46 Ustrud, Jan—47. 55, 57 Vandecar, Jane—47, 55, 57, 63 VanVoorhis, Roger—41 VanVoorhis, Sharon—41 VanWinklc, Kerry—47, 79, 84 Veline, Phyllis-36. 50, 57, 68 Vegors, Mrs. Aurilla—12, 45 Vierson, Kathleen—36, 68 Vilmont, Jule—47, 55, 56, 79 Vivian, John—44, 63 Vogt, Carol—44, 57, 58, 64, 65, 67 VonBergen, Mickey—45, 79 Wagaman Bill—36, 54, 70, 76 Wall, Dallas-20, 44. 55, 57, 97 Wall, Dave—20, 40, 73. 76, 80 Walter, Dr. J. 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