Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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" JT v -. V ,. L ,' A ji A dAfa 2w t XC- 7 -3'- - —-C " 2.,, c ¥ -? tU -'Zc'- i - St cx-L t r" SPIRIT 1962 7 ‘X -y .v ..-wii j , . y ’- p-j, - X2 'U-t K Uv . c - ' -W- AMES SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AMES, IOWA A [J - y $$4p- r‘'tv!)y rS V r ¥ I■ y«, y iZ i5 "7 A ■ »7 • W'J'vw f i ¥ ¥ y £ ' ' 9 ' ;T r .r • .(■} • , ' ! . V’ v S Cyf ?%.% y Published by the SPIRIT Staff of Ames Senior High School FOREWORD The high school years are stages of growth and transition. The direction and form in which the individual grows greatly depends upon his high school. Through athletic, scholastic, and social activities Ames High is dedicated to developing the individual. Growth is evident at Ames High for the second year in quite another form. The second addition to the new campus is being completed. This much-needed physical ex- pansion will result in one of the finest schools in Iowa—a place for students to grow in mind, body, and spirit. To the growing students of a growing high school we present the 1962 SPIRIT. The SPIRIT StaffCONTENTS ADMINISTRATION 8 STUDENTS 24 ACTIVITIES 54 ATHLETICS 88 HIGHLIGHTS 110The students of Ames High find in Mr. Adams a man willing and dedicated to making their high school years ones of accomplishment, enjoyment, and maturity. Mr. Adams, the Students,rhe Schools 7ADMINISTRATIONSchool Board members: W. R. Underhill, Mrs. William Singer, Dr. Tom Hannum. Frank Howell. T. F.. IjVelle, Frank Adams. Walter Hct el. D. Jim Walter, Mrs. Wm. Buck. Herbert Howell. Superintendent and School Board Below: Superintendent Walter Hetzcl. Early this fall. .1 new school board was elected to cope with an old problem—where to house the ever-increasing en- rollment in the Ames Public School system. The completed second unit of the new high school will help somewhat in reducing the strain felt in all our public schools. The school board determines the overall policy for the management and operation of the school system. As the board s executive officer. Mr. Hetzcl provides the facts neces- sary in making important decisions and sees that the board's decisions are carried out. Officers of the school board are: Frank Adams, president; Frank Howell, secretary; and T. E. LaVelle, treasurer. 10Above: Mr. Adams tells Chris Smith. SPIRIT Editor, about the improved SPIRIT- Web Staff facilities in the second unit of the new building. Principals and Secretaries Helping students with their personal problems, making decisions which will affect Ames High School and future generations of students, interpreting the regulations of the Board ol Education as they affect the policies of Ames High, planning schedules which will meet the needs of both students and teachers, and conferring with students and teachers—these are some of the many responsibilities of our principal, Mr. Herbert Adams. The difficult)- in fulfilling these responsibilities has been doubled with the fact that classes arc held in two buildings. No other principal in the state faces such a scheduling problem. Mr. Everett Ritland, as assistant principal, has been in charge of many of the immediate administrative- duties in the new building. Working together. Mr. Adams, and Mr. Ritland have made the past two years of transition run smoothly. Mr Evert, Ritland.HUBERT ALBERTSON Algebra 1. 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y LELAND ALLISON Art MRS. ELOISE BELILES English 3, 4 Faculty DONALD COLE American History American Literature English 3, 4 HIRAM COVEY American Government Athletics 12LEONARD BENGSTON Metal Shop Electrical Shop Audio Visual Aids MADELINE Personal Typing canvin' "Morituri me salutatis” Faculty RICHARD DAY Instrumental Music MR MIZABETH DICKINSON WAYNE CROSS Vocal Music 13WANDA GLAMSER Stenography Office Training Pep Club MRS. AVONELLE GARRETT Common Law American History Debate Club Svcngali Faculty DALE HIEDEMAN Geometry Trigonometry Analytic Geometry JAMES JONES Physics WALLACE LINN American History Athletics 14ROBERT HAMILTON Speech, Drama MAURICE HAUSHEER American History World History Athletics CHARLES HAVENER Mechanical Drawing Faculty GEORGE McBRIDE Woodshop Applied Mathematics Junior Exec. Council MRS. NANCY LUTZ English 3, 4 Communicative Skills Developmental Reading English Literature SPIRIT Staff Now look, children 15MARY McNALLY DEAN MOBERG OSCAR OURTH English Literature Orchestra English 3. 4 World Literature General Treasurer Counseling Faculty "Sing along with me . . MRS. MARY RENO English 3, 4 Communicative Skills Drama WILLIAM RIPP Latin I. 2. 3. 4 Firesquad 16JAMES OVERTURE Distributive Education Work Experience DECA and Finance Manager KENNETH PAGE American Government Intramurals "You lost it. huh!" OWEN SHADLE Counseling Faculty GERALD SIELERT Economics Audio-visual Aids t x ’ fa ? W7 :A -y RAYMOND SMALLING Physical Education Intramuralis Athletics 17Faculty MRS. EVELYN. THOMPSON American Literature Girl Reserves BETTY TROUT Home Economics FHA RICHARD TRUMP Biology Science SeminarEDWIN STONE FLOYD STURTEVANT MRS. ANNE TAUBER Technical Drafting Chemistry Biology Hi-Y Faculty MRS. DOROTHY VANDECAR French 1, 2, 3. 4 MRS. AURILLA VEGORS World Literature- Communicative Skills Counseling BARBARA VON WITTICH German 1, 2, 3, 4 French 5, 6 19KENNETH WELLS Physical Education Athletics Counseling MRS. CHARLOTTE WHITNEY EDNA WILCOX Journalism American Literature WEB Staff Girl Reserves Girls' Advisor c t. WALTER WOOD Algebra 3. 4 Trigonometry Analytical Geometry Firesquad Faculty MRS. MARY LOU YOUNG Spanish I, 2, 3, 4 GRA Lunches were prepared and served at the cafeteria by Mrs. Marsh and her assistants with the help of a student staff. As payment for their meals, the cafeteria workers sold and served the 35 cent lunch and sold extra milk. Boys on the staff were delegated the duty of clean- ing up after the noon hour. All meals appearing on the weekly menu met government requirements to be classified as type "A." Always available to help at special func- tions taking place in the school buildings, the custodian staff of Ames High kept the two schools spotless and in excellent condition. Above: Mrs. Erickson. Mrs. Marsh, Mrs. Adamson. 3aek:tC. Clapp. J Preston, J. Quinn. C. Halterman. I.. Dove. A Clapp. Frouf: 3. Dalton. D. Anfinson B Chittenden, S. Feamster. B. Keller. Cafeteria and Custodians 2122. . . laboratory’ work . . . . . . and extra-curricular activity. EKII ' J w-R •r 1 f . . . councelling . . . . . . business management . . .m t' A A students wj.A f i .if jyFirst Semester. B.ick: J. Peterson. M. Allen, B. Bergland, B. Duke T. Grabau. D. G»rr. D. Hegland, D. Oshcl, J. Cerwick, B. Dailey, J. Involdstad, C. Mack, S. Miller, J. Gilchrist. Second: K. Smedal, P. McGuire, B. Carr. B. Keller. J. Larson, L. Wilson, B. Beaty, L Bergland, L. Jarvis, D. Millspaugh. First: G. Hatasaki, J. Coletti, S. Schworm, K. Skold, A. Barrow. P. Anderson. Student Council This year the Student Council operated under a new committee system. The previous ten committees were reduced to four larger ones: social and welcoming, homecoming and money-making, assembly and election, and awards and noon hour. Although the methods were changed, the purpose remained the same: to provide a laboratory in democracy and to offer students an opportunity to participate in government. First semester officers included Bruce Bergland, president; Paul McGuire, vice-president; Karen Smedal. secretary. Filling these positions second semester were John Hinrichsen, Jeff Peterson, and Marg Buch- holtz. Bob Carr served as treasurer and Betty Keller as social chairman for the entire year. Left: "I second that motion."Second Semester. Back: D. Brown. B. Dotson, J. Lasche, B. Easton. J. Peterson, B. Carr, B. Nordskog, J. Cerwick, M. Buchholtz. Second: T. Landsberg. D. Runyan. M. Inglis. J. Quam, J. Huntress. J. Hinrichsen. C. Knapp, P. Carr, K. Smedal. First: T. Cook. P. Vinograde, B. Hazel. M. Montgomery. B. Talcott. K. Talcott, B. Keller. 27Junior Exec: B.ick: P McCovvan. D Gibson, C. Siemers, V. Voclker, C. Rouzc. Front: B. I.indell. B. Beaty. A. Greene. M. Allen. Junior Exec and Senior Senate The Junior Executive Council, under the direction of Mr. McBride, sold Homecoming mums, school directories, AHS stationery, and sponsored a car wash, leaf rake, and the class play, "Heaven Can Wait,” to raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. Junior class officers were Bob Beaty, president; Mike Allen, vice-president; Archie Greene, secretary; and Barb Lindcil, treasurer. The Senior Senate handled the business of the Senior Class. They ordered announcements, name cards, caps and gowns, and planned the Senior picnic. Baccalaureate and Commencement. Senior Class officers were Bill Rosebrook, president; Bill Landsberg, vice-president; Jean Fellows, secretary ; and Scott Feamster, treasurer. Mr. Ritland was the class sponsor. Senior Senate: Back: D. Oshel. D Trexel. J. Everson, N. Callahan. N. Hazel. Front: Mr. Ritland. J. Fellows. B. Rosebrook. B. landsberg. 28CHARLES ABBOTT MARIA DEL PILAR ABRAMS BEVERLY KATHRYN AEGERTER JUDITH ANN AGARD CONNIE MAE ALFRED MICHAEL DENNIS ALFRED 4 Don't £trt wild; all he did was take your picture! Seniors PAUL EDW ARD ANDERSON DONNA KAY ANFENSON MARY SUE ARRASMITH MARY LOU ASHLEY SHARON KAY BALLARD SHARON FAYE BAPPE PATRICIA ANNE BARNHART ARTHUR S. BATES, JR. RITA ANN BAUGE SARAH JULIET BAUGHMAN 29BRUCE WILLIAM BERGLAND WENDY BIE CAROLYN JANE BOGUE ESTHER MARY BORDEN GARY LEE BEGG RUSSELL BENDER Seniors MARYANN BORTLE CAROLINE ALICE BRANDT CAROL BRAUN LINDA KAY BRECKENRIDGE ARI.YN ELLIS BROWN KENDRICK LEE BROWN CONNIE FAYE CALDWELL J. NORMAN CALLAHAN CONSTANCE M. CAMPBELL MICHAEL DAVID CAMPBELLNORMAN JOHN CARLSON ROBERT WOODROW CARR JOEL ALAN CERWICK MICHAEL T. CHILDS AR .V CLAPP CHARLES LOWELL CRAIG STEPHEN CARMEAN CARVER CHASE BARBARA SUSAN RICHARD LEE CHITTENDEN CLARK Seniors Sara KENT BUSH CHRISTINE GARY LEE CLEMENS CONSTANTINE CRAIG GALEN CLOUSER WALLACE RANDOLPH WILLIAM M. COTT DAILEY BETTE KAREN DALTON DeMOSS JEAN MARIE DcYOUNG MARGARET ANNE DUKE DEAN LEE EDWARDS SALLY JO DAWSON BARBARA ANN DAVID EDW ARD DENNIS DOGGETT NANCY ANN STEVEN GRIER DURIAN ELLETT Seniors "Mac the knife” MRS. ZEINAB EL TAW'IL SUE ANNE ETHINGTON JOHN EVERSON SCOTT FEAMSTER MARJORIE JEAN FELLOW S JUDITH ANN FINCHAM 32DIANE CHARLYNN NICHOLAS . . respectfully submitted. Karen Smcdal.' ANNETTE FISKE LOUISE FORSYTHE KENNETH FOX VICKI DARRELL RAY HAROLD FITZGERALD FOWLES FRAME Seniors SANDRA KAY CAREY 1FREEL GAMMON THEODORA ANNE GOETTSCH MARGARET CATHERINE GOODMAN ANNE GRACA I WAYNE LOUIS 1 FRIESNER CAROLYN SUE GEIGER SARAH E. GOLDSIil'RY JAMES GOULD CAROLYN SUE GRAY 33"Gimme an A . . CAROL RAH GREEN DAVID EUGENE JUDY GROSS GUNNERSON JUDITH ANN DAVID ERIC VICKI GREEN GUNDERSON HAI.L Seniors PHIL HARRIS JERRI LINN HART LEXORE JANET HAWK KRISTEN HAWKE'S JEAN FRANCES HAYNES MARILYN KAY HEADY MARCIA LYNN HEGGEN LARRY JOE HILLS NANCY IO HAZEL GENE L. HEDBERG 4JOHN JAMES HINRICHSEN SANDRA KAE HOSTETTER JONATHAN KEITH HUNTRESS BOB HUNZIKER MIKE INGLIS JUDITH MAE HOI.DREDGE f JAMES STEW ART I JEFFREY I CHARLES I JONES BEN HUHN CHARLOTTE ANN JUDGE MICHAEL WAYNE KARNS DAVID V. TERRY HUNTSBERGER HURLESS WILLIAM LESTER JACKSON, JR. Seniors BETTY JOAN KELLER ROBERT KELLEY Three seconds flat. ■■MARY BETH MARY ANN DEAN J. LYNN MARIE JANICE KIRKHAM KORBITZ LANGE LARSON KAY LEE JAMES EDWARD BILL EDGAR JOHN WALTER CAROL ANNE LENESA CLAIRE KLINGSEIS LANDSBERG LARSON I.ASCHE LEGVOLD Seniors HOWARD ANN KATHRYN SARA ROSE LESTER I.UNDV ALL McCAY SANDRA JIM PAUL WILLIAM "Di cs anyone have an Alka-Seltzcr?" SUE LINK LYTTLE McGLTRE 36Me HONE JOEL McQUADE MARIE IRENE MARTIN SHERRY ANN MARTIN SYDRA GAYLE MAAS JIM MARKEN HAROLD MARSHALL ERNEST MARTIN Senior girls get their due. Seniors TERESA MARTINI JUDITH HELEN LINDA KAY MATTSON NELSON JUDITH N NICHOLS CHARLES WALTER MATTERSON DOUGLAS NEAL DIANE KAY NEVILLE KEN NICHOLS 37Typical tenor concentration ? NANCY KAY OGG MERRY EILEEN ORI.OVICH LESLIE JANE OS AM DAVID C. OSH EL REX KAY NICHOLSON DELORES NOID Seniors MRS. MARSHA ANTHONY ELAINE OSLUND PAPPAS BRUCE LYNN DIANA MAY JOHN E. PETERSON PIRTLE QUAM JULIANN PACKER ANN LOUISE PETEEISH JOEL WALKER PIERCY HELEN ANN POLITIS JOHN ROBERT RADEMACHER 38ANN KATHRYN RAGSDAI.E JANET RAH KENNETH LOR AN RANDLES DOROTHY SUSAN RATTERREE GEORGE RE IN BOLD JAMES EDGAR RICKETTS FERN MARIE RIECKEN EDWARD JOSEPH RISDEN JOHN THOMAS RITE AND PATRICIA ANN ROBERSON Seniors I JAMES I ROD I LEE WILLIAM ROSE BROOK MARTHA ANN ROSS LESLIE ROUSE ARI.EN ROUTH REN RUGGLES One more envelope and I'll turn diabetic 39 WILLIAM LESTELI. RI TTER ROBIN Rl TIE ANN SANDE JO ELLEN SAWYER DENNIS DEAN SCOTT DAVID RUNDLE MARILYN JEAN SALISBURY JUDITH LEA SATUREN CLARENCE SCHLARB ROBERT W. SEALOCK Seniors JUDITH SUSAN KAREN MAXINE CLAUDIA SIEMERS SMEDAL MAE SMITH "Well, the Con. ask me if they're ready to take our SANDRA CHRISTINE SUSAN KAROL picture!" JEAN SKEIE ANN SMITH SOULTS 40DENNIS RAY RICHARD MARGARET "Reececal satisfied! ! ! !' SPEAR SPEERS SPRAGUE DIANNA DARLENE WALLACE GREGG SPECK SPENCER STEPHENSON Seniors I KATHLEEN ANN STINE CAROL LYNN SWANSON LOUISE MARIE SYNHORST STAN D. BETTY THOGERSON THROCKMORTON I MARCIA SHARON I LORRAINE STORBY SWT FT ROBERT HUNTINGTON DAVID L. TALCOTT THOMPSON MARY ELLEN TONNE 41Stinko Sienko .... sink or swim! PALI. TOWNSEND RICHARD FEIGEL JANET I.EE TRUMP. JR. VAN EPS RICHARD DEAN JAMES W. JEAN TREXEL TYSON VAN NESS Seniors JIM VIVIAN DAVID RON DEAN VOSS WARREN MARYANNE VOIGT JULIE WAGAMAN JERRY WETTELAND "More fan mail?. 42JOHN MICHAEL WHARTON CHERYL ANNE WH EE LOCK LINDA KAY WHEELOCK DAVID EUGENE WHITE GARY WHITESELL IAMES HOWARD WILLIAMS LONNIE JAMES WILSON HELEN WINTON WILLIAM B. ZURBORG Seniors She wouldn't dare! 43HOMEROOM 108—Buck: B. Picket), D. Peterson. G. Mulhall, D. Millspaugh, B. Ocst. C. Ogg, P. Powell. Third: Mrs. Thomp- son. J. Nelson, S. Nichols. J. Rundlc. D. Roach. V. Riegel. J. Risdal, H. Nichols. Second: C. Rouze, P. Routh, L. Norris. B. Pyle, K. Saral. S. Percival, G. Nelson. Front: E. Walters. P. Reid, J. Miller. K. Nicolle. K. Nickey. S. Rush. J. Riggs. HOMEROOM 118—B.ick: Mr. Spatcher. C. Siemers. B. Staudcr. D. Stohcr, S. Socsbc, S. Warren, M. Whaley. Third: B. Squires. D. Schank, R. Salisbury. B. Rowell. D. Webb. R. Pogwizd. Second: R. Randall. L. Young. A. Severson, T. Van Scoy. K. Tanner, T. Tice. M. Whattoff. Front: M. Svec, K. Kammerrer, G. Hatasaki, S. Timm. M. Brown. A. Toms. 44 HOMEROOM 133—B.ick: J. Trow. C. Thompson. ). Sales. H. Tisdale, R. Sealock. W. Thorson, M. Schroeder. Third: Mrs. Vegors. M. Wells. K. Thorson. F. Smith. V. Voelker, R. Scott. R. Skrdla. Second: K. Skold. L. Uthe. P. Vinograde. B. Strand. L. Zcliadt, S. Thogerson. Front: E. Walsh. J. Wildman, P. Weiss, J. Van Winkle. B. Von Bergen. M. Wright. N. Whitesell. HOMEROOM 155—Back: D. Evans, M. McKinley, D. Frame. T. Cook, D. Fisher. L. Anderson, S. Epstein. Third: P. Craig, R. Fatland. J. Dunlap, T. Grabau. D. Gibson. J. Hannum, B. Fred. B. Hatch. Second: J. Kalton, M. Workman, M. Hannusch, G. DeMoss, S. Gamman, P. Palmer, G. Love. Front: K. Hostetter, B. McHone. K. Kammerer, J. Klopf, B. McKenna, L. Fleming, ). Friest.HOMEROOM 157—B.uk: D. Litchfield, A Oslund, D. V. Miller, B. Mickclson, D. Runyan, J. Harris, D. Mesmer, R. Litchfield. S. Rullestad. Second: C. Proffit, S. Penkhus, D. G. Miller, A. Speer, R. O'Conner. L. Roepke. T. Morrison, M. Nordskog. R. Ketelson, K. Lint. Front: C. Meyer, T. Spicsberg, D. Sills, C. Marken, L. Ramsey, G. Goettsch, E. Davidson. D. Oppedal, S. Schwa rm. HOMEROOM 160—B.tck: B. Beck. M. Allen. D. Brown. E. Black. D. Beach. D. Chipman. J. Cole. Third: C. Baldus, V. Ervin, M. Lambert, K. Agard, R. Breckenridge, D. Constantine, J. Christopher son. Second: R. Bender, B. Carr, M. Clem. P. Ellingson, S. Crosslcy, D. Brown, L. Bergeson. Front: M J. Hyler, T. Anderson. J. Peterson, L. Bowers, M. Alshousc, C. Androy. Don enjoys the daily cafeteria floor show.HOMEROOM 232—B.ick: L. Dove, D. Folk. F. Gulden. B. Easton. D. French, S. Maas, P. Schumcr, J. De Young. Third: D. Hagen. J. Dickson, M. Hach. Z. Dunlap. B. Derby, J. Curry, S. Elbert. Second: J. Griffith, J. Crain, S. Feamster, C. Hagen, A. Greene. J. Hague, J. Coletti, R. Farley. Front: P. Shuey, E. Green. R. Deal. N'. Uhl, B. Criswell, R. Thompson, M. Greiner. HOMEROOM 238—Back: Mr. Covey, M. E. Bragonicr, B. Beaty, A. Baker. R. Abbott. D. Batman, G. Clapp, R. Barron. Third: M. Chalmers. D. Carr, J. Andrew, G. Allen, M. Buchholtz, K. Cambs. S. Anderson. Second: D. Carlson, J. Brandenbeng, J. Xolin, V. Anderson. S. Boylan, G. Coy. Front: P. Bushman. B. Bean. P. Bennett. J. Dahl, V. Abbott. M. Berck. 47CAFETERIA—B.ick: Mr. Smalling, B. Miller, J. Lasche. P. Hathaway, R. Kilstrom. D. Mathre, F. Albertson. D. Jordison. R. Lloyd. Third: P. McCowen, M. Maxwell, M. McLaughlin, B. Lindcll, NX'. Millikcn. B. Mclnnis, M. Hofstad, N. Lowthcr. Stcor.d: C. Haupt, G. Magoon, D. Kirk, B. Meier, T. Judge. D. Jetmund. R. Thompson, K. Haupt. Front: J. Corbin. N. Jones. M. Johnson. C. Hudspith, L. Jarvis, S. Klucas, K. Torkelson. I 48HOMEROOM 109 -B.uk: J. Crain. D. Brown. S. Craig, T. Barton, A. Bartels. R. Claybert. Third: Miss Canvin. N. Chittenden, M. Veaman, S. Brown D. Armstrong. Second: E. Conley, B. Blanford, B. Banks, M. Boehnke, L. Bergland, E. Carbrcy, B. Caquelin. Pront: J. Scott, S. Cook, R. Davidson, M. A. Cerwick. C. Bailey. C. Carmean. And this one I chipped when I fell off my tricycle. IOMEROOM 112—Buck: J. Stewart, N. Penny, C. Kropf, T. Landsberg, L. Jefferson, M. Hildebrand, R. Hayward, T. Larson, ’. Ree, P. McGinnis. Second: K. Hatsios, P. Larson, D. Howard. D. Heldt, J. Larsen, L. Enser, P. Linge. Trout: P. McConnell, L Legvold, P. McMahon. B. Hofstad. B. Holmes, P. McDonald. V. Pankey. 49HOMEROOM 114—Back: J. McLlevain, M. Woods. R. Lorenscn. R. Younic, C. Knapp, S. Armstrong, J. Cox, B. Cumming. M. Wilcox. Third: D. Myers, R. Cullin, M. Wilson, J. Wildman, J. Hanway. C. Halterman, P. Wiener. B. Saul. Second: L. Wierson. S. Stucky, L. Taylor. C. Williams, C. Ustrud, M. Walkup. J. Templeton. Front: S. Taylor, M. Thompson, S. Smith, B. Soden, J. Wright, D. Stein, V. Van Voohis, B. Swanson. Barb and Cathy drill for oil. HOMEROOM 121—Back: P. Reinbergcr, R. Smith. A. Simpson. M. Schwartz, B. Soults, C. Mack, T. Ukcna, M. Quam, M. I Shepherd. Third: M. Richards, T. Watkins, J. Timmons. C. Siversind, D. Schworm, B. Walker. J. Rademacher. Second: J. Smith, I B. Wickcrsham, J. Henrikson. E. Thorson, B. Sealine, B. Roscbrook, K. Rigg, C. Risden. Front: S. Schlebccker, K. Talcott, C. i Randecker, P. Riggs, S. Warren, E. Pirtle, L. Rose. 50HOMEROOM 123—Back: K. Hildreth, N. Cook. D. Barnett, P. Carr, J. Brown, B. Ballard, D. Kelso, P. Anderson, A. Barrow. Third: M. Brown, S. Cajdwell, G. Clouser, B. Barrie. D. Brown. D. Ostrem, D. Sherick. J. Buck. Second: K. Adams. L. Bancroft, D. Anderson. K. Borwick, R. Black, B. Cole, S. Bowen. Front: S. Blair, S. Anderson, J. Brown, C. Carlson, D. Childs. M. Caven, C. Constantine. M. Buseck. HOMEROOM 125—Back: T. Dixon. L. Fortner, M. Elbert, J. Burns, I.. Danielson. K. Duncan. J. Fine ham, J. Elliott. Third: B. Duke. V. Hannusch, G. Erskine, F. Dahlmeier. R. Greene, M. Hinrichsen. M. Grabau, B. Hiscrote. Second: K. Epstein. E. Feinberg. T. Glosemeyer. K. Shuman. J. Davidson. J. Fulcomer. J. Hills. D. Foderberg. Front: E. Donhowe. J. Craig. J. Painter. R. Davidson. B. Datson. S. Heady, D. Hagcman. B. Hagen.I HOMEROOM 132—— Back: B. Ropers, J. Tuttle. M. Peterson, T. Orngard, T. Ross. T. Groomes. B. Nordskog. L. McCoy. Third: K. Mattson, J. McClugage, J. Peters. M. Malone, B. Miller, S. Mathison. S. Miller. L. Parker. Second: J. Parks. E. Politis. C. N'ordhagen, C. Petersen. C. Moppin. J. Quinn, D. Ncrvig, D. McFarland. From: R. Baldus, D. Nicolle, D. L. Rolf. C. McMillcn, N. Noid. M. Nelson. M. May. D. Peterson. HOMEROOM l-ll—B.ich: Mr. Cross, M. Keller, E. Hccrs. S. Wcssman, V. Jones. G. Gott. M. Green, A. Bishop. Third: R. Getty, J. Frederick, D. Van Houweling, L. Fields. C. Heddleston. S. Hausner. L. Harstad. Second: L. Hedbcrg, R. Dumcnil, M. Simons, S. Elbert. D. Johnson. M. Hubir, C. Craig, J. Gilchrist. Front: J. Erickson, J. Hartley, J. Johnson. G. Hall, B. Hazel. K Horswell. L. Cottrill. Three girls—five legs? HOMEROOM 256—Back: Mr. Linn, L Sargent? S. Rogness, M. Smith. Third: S. Saul, J. Pederson, D. Wheeler, B. Oshel, K. Earnisse. M. Wheclock. Second: D. Weiscr, J. Ruhe. T. Rice, M. Sclarow, D. Scar Is, S. Russell, J. Starr. Trout: D. Parker, J. Warren, S Sorensen. S. Shadle. M. I- Vierkant, R. Plumb. C. Sorenson. HOMEROOM 237—Back: Mr. Hamilton. G. Myers, E. Marston. E. Bacon. B. Robinson. I). Lundvall, D. Hegland. E. King. Second: R. Lowrie. G. Howerton. M. Klingscis. K. Manchester, M. J. Lasche. D. Lange. A. Bishop. Front: B. Reitz, M. Mont- gomery. J. Nelson. S. Cooper, R. Morgan. S. Phillips. D. Lee, V. Litchfield. 53 ACTIVITIES 2 OZUG. 1% . . 7 , .. . 'Asuv V Y csO Xyjo ' Above: Girl Reserves Cabinet Buck: S. Baughman, P. McCowan. K. Stine, I.. Hawk, B. Pickcn. J. Fellows. T. Goettsch, K. Saral. Third: Miss Stafford. Mrs. Thompson. T. Judge, A. Greene. D. Spencer. C. Alfred, S. Soults. Mrs. Whitney. Second: S. Ethington. P. Reid, J. Miller. C. Smith, S. McCay, C. Hudspith, K. Haupt. M. Arrasmith. J. Wildman. From: P. Duke, J. Agard, I.. Lcgvold. A. I.undvall, A. Graea, L. Breckcnridge. 56Bi-low: Girl Reserves Representatives B.ick: K. Thorson, J. Saturen. M. Voigt M. Nordskog, L. Fields, L. Breckon ridge, B. Miller. R. Barron. J. Packer. L. Hawk, B. Keller, T. Larson. L Taylor. Miss Stafford. Third: Mrs. Thompson. L. Osam, M. Ross. P. Routh, M. Workman, C. Campbell. J. Christopher son. X Lowther. P. Duke. X Elbert. J. Van Ness, S. Hostetter, L. Bancroft. Mrs. Whitney. Second: S. Shadle. I Synhorst, S Baughman J. Fincham, J. Craig. S. Timm, D. Childs, B. Sealine, B. Blandford. E. Orlovich, B. Soden. T. Spicsberg, C. Nordhagen. First: E. Walsh. C. Brandt. A. Toms. S. Rush, M. Hyler, D. Rolf, C. Craig. C. Carmean, S. Cooper. K. Hostetter, C. Legvold, K. Baldus. C. Sorenson, S. Martin. Above: Lady of the Market Place, presented by drama club members as part of the Christmas program. Bel :t: Cathy Legvold and Bobby Soden wrap a gift to take to the County Home. Ames High Girl Reserves was created to unite all high school girls both spiritually and recreationally. Besides being an organ- ization for education and fellowship. Girl Reserves is a ser- vice group. Through the Foster Parents’ Plan Luciana Savine, an Italian teen-ager, is supported. At Christmas time presents were packed and personally delivered to the residents of the Story Count) Home. Other highlights this year were a Sopho- more Mixer. Junior Dad-Daughter Date Night, Senior Mother- Daughter Tea, Teens Against Polio Drive, Christmas Wreath Sales, and most important of all. Friendship Week, sponsored jointly with Hi-Y. This year’s officers were Lenesa Legvold and Ann Lundvall, presidents; Judy Agard, secretary, Mary Beth Kirkham and Anne Graca, treasurers; and Peg Duke and Linda Breckenridge, presidents of representatives. 57Hi-Y is the largest boys' organization in the high school. Its aim. as stated in the constitution, is to "create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and communit)’ high standards of Christian character. In advancing this purpose the club shall engage in various activities designed to be a service to the school and community and to spread the rep- utation of the school." The club meets about once ever)' two months for an assembly and once every two months for participation in hobby groups. These groups offer each individual a chance to take part in his favorite hobby or activity. The Hi-Y organizes several projects in con- junction with the Girl Reserves, among which are Friendship Week and Teens Against Polio. Serving as officers for the first semester were John Ritland, president; Paul Anderson, vice-presi- dent; and Loran Randles, secretary. Second semester officers were Bill Jackson. Dick Clark, and Paul Townsend. Kendrick Brown served as treasurer for the entire year. Above: Bill Roscbrook. John Radamacher. and John Everson make plans for a hobby group meeting. Hi-Y Below: J. Klingseis, M. Childs, I . Carr, B. Mickclson B. Soults. S. Maas. B. Hinzikcr. Second: J. Lasche. M. Woods, F. Smith. J. Gould. D. Brown. C. Matterson, J. Dunlap. Pint: P. Harris. B. Pyle. C. Carmean, B. Beck, P. Townsend. R. Sealock, R. Plumb.Below: Hi-Y presidents John Ritland and Bill Jackson Below: . . . 5862 . . . 5863 . . . thus the Teens Against Polio Campaign progresses. B.:ci J Ritland. B Roscbrook. J. Rademacher. P Anderson Second: Mr Stone. P Townsend. Ei. Jackson. K Brown. First: P. Harris. L. Randles, J. Lasche. M. Karns. 59Band Below: Lust minute preparations before the bund takes the field. Above: The marching bund salutes Homecoming. 1961 60The four bands of Ames High were organized to acquaint the players with good band music. The bands did much to promote school spirit and furnished entertainment at school functions. The marching band performed at all home football games and in the Veishea Parade. The concert band's program for the year included its annual public concert, and assembly program, and participation in the Tri-City Band Festival held this year at Fort Dodge. The pep band played at all the home basketball I games and pep assemblies. Sophomore band was not a performing group, j Its purpose is to prepare players for concert and I marching band. Band officers were Lyn Brown, president; John Quam, vice-president; Carolyn Bogue, secretary- treasurer, and Joel Cerwick, librarian. Above: L. Brown. J. Quam, C. Bogue. J. Cerwick. I Flute: J. Xolin. D. Peterson. L. Osam, M. Quam. A. Sandc, M. Storby, S. Boylan, M. Buchholtz, K. Nickcy, D. French. Oboe: j M Voigt. J. Curry, P Adams. Clarinet: D. Trcxel. I.. Brown, J. Dickson, C. Bogue. T. I'kena, B. Bean, I.. Swanson, D. Howard, I I. Danielson, B. Pyle, R. Lloyd, C. Rouze, J. Larson, V. Vocjker. M. Brown, J. Smith, P. Powell, P. Routh, R. Skrdla. Alto I Clarinet: D. Stein, S. Armstrong. Bass Clarinet: F. Gulden. M. Biagonier, B. Wickersham. Bat soon: M. Wells. K. Talcott. Alto Sax: j B. Von Bergen, L. Norris, J. Clark. S. Caldwell. P. Wiener. Tenor Sax: J. Cerwick. D Chipnun, R. Scott. S. Feamster. Cornet: I .1. Quam. J. Lasche, B. Rosebrook, D. Mesmer. D. Trump. J. Kalton. J. Hanway, T. Kee, D. Myers. French Horn: J. Wildman, I C. Sivisind, B. Aegerter. M. Wilson. A Oslund. J. Rundle, K. Skold. Trombone: D. Miller. B. Peterson, D. Brown, B. Soden, i P. Townsend. B. Miller. Baritone: B. Talcott. L. Randles, J. Cole. Bass: K. Brown, P. Anderson, D. Dowell, G. Howerton, S. ■ Nichols, P. Craig, B. Saul. Bass Viol: D. Roach. Percussion: P. Bushman, J. Hannum, C. Geiger, J. De Young, C. Legvold, K. 5 Adams. 61B.tch: F Bushman, C. Geiger, J. Dc Young, Mr. Moberg. Fourth: P. McCowan, C. Smith, J. Wildman. J. Mattson. M. Wilson. L. Norris. B. Von Bergen. J. Ccrwick. D. Trump. B. Rosebrook. J. Quam. Third: J. Nolin, L. Osam, A. Sande. S. Boylan, D. Trexel, L. Brown. C. Rouzc, D. Miller, B. Peterson. B. Soden, L. I.egvold, J. Packer, D. Roach. Second: M. Hach. M. Boenhke, S. Baugh- man. D. Hegland. S. Curry, M. Voigt. M. Wells. W. Bie. E. Carbrey, S. Phillips. Front: B. Strand, C. Smith, R. Farley, M. Lasche, M. Cerwick. M. Peterson. J. Sawyer, B. Keller. Orchestra Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Dean Moberg, provided Ames High students with musical interest and ability a chance to express themselves by playing works of the world’s greatest composers. Orchestra activities included three concerts, performances of the pit orchestra at plays, and early morn- ing practices twice a week. One concert was given for the student body, and a mid-winter Pops Concert for the public. Officers of the organization were Bill Strand, president; Don Miller, vice-president; Betty Keller, secretary-treasurer; and Chris Smith. librarian. 62 Left: Spro-i-ing! Orchestra Council: B. Strand. C. Smith. B. Keller, M. Hath. All State Musicians: Back: D. Miller. J. Quam, M. Wells, D. Trcxcl. Front: M. Cerwick, E. Carbrey, C. Smith. D. Howard. Below: Concentration 63 B.ich: D. Peterson. B. Beaty. V. Friesner. N. Callahan. J. Jeffrey. R. Abbott. D. Runyan. D. French. Third: J. Dickson, S. Nichols, B. Pyle, M. Voigt. D. Carr. C. Metterson. B. Carr. M. E. Bragonier. W. Buccholtz. P. McCowen. Second: P. Bushman, S. Swift, D. Jetmund, M. Wells, P. Duke. J. Sawyer, L. Osam. J. Nolin, J. Larson. B. Strand. Front: J. Wildman. L. Legvold; N. Hazel. K. Skold. K. Nickey. B. Bean, J. Peterson. S. Soults. J. DeYoung. A Cappella Choir "Where shall we go today?” is the musical strain that every choir member warms up on. Each practice session is devoted to perfecting musical phrasing and dynamics, preparing for performances, and just singing for fun. Many types of music, predominately religious, arc sung at many performances during the year. The choir is heard at Thanksgiving, Christmas, during Friendship Week, at the Spring Vocal Program, and at Commencement. This year seven quartets were picked from the choir to participate in the All-State Chorus in Des Moines on November 25. Officers for 1961-1962 were Dick Clark, president; Bob Talcott, vice-president; and Leslie Osam, secreta ry- treasurer. 64pari; B. Rosebrook. J. Everson. B. Peterson. J. Sales. F. Gulden. D. Trcxcl, R. Cott, R. Lloyd. Third: F. Smith. D. Clark. T. prabau, T. Goettsch, J. Nelson. J. Curry. Second: B. Talcott. V. Ricgal, B. Meier. J. Coletti. S. Baughman. A. Green. C. Smith. proni: C. Rouze, R. Farley, D. Fiske. N. Uhl, E. Green. S. Ethington, J. Riggs. Members of the 1961 All-State Chorus. 65B.ick: Mr. Cross, B. Rogers, J. Hanway, L. Roepke, D. Chipman. M. Quam, P. Anderson, D. Barnett, R. Young, T. Cook, T. Ijndsberg, B. Soults, J. Brown. Third: V. Ervin, L. Larson, D. Schworm, P. Adams, P. Wiener, J. Ingvoldstad, M. Hinrichsen, J. Wildman, L. McCoy. T. Ukena, M. Peterson. N. Penny. A. Simpson. Second: J. Brown. D. Childs, D. Howard. S. Stucky, J. Hills, J. Wright, B. Dotson, P. Harris. R. Black, M. Wilson. M. Brown. T. Dixon. Front: C. Meyer. D. Nicolle, K. Hostcttcr. M. Ashley, J. Craig. D. Hageman. P. Larson, J. Henrikson. J. Smith, P. Riggs. B. Sealinc, S. Smith. Mixed Chorus The AHS mixed choruses provide delightful entertainment for the student body and the public at their performances during the year. The com- bined choruses sing in the Christmas program, during Friendship Week, and in the Spring Concert. Junior Girls Sextet: M. Bragonicr, K. N'ickey, C. Rouze. M. Buchholtz, P. McCowan. J. Coletti. Back: Mr. Cross, B. Oest. K. Spear. Third: V. Voclkcr, V. Anderson. L. Fields. Second: K. Haupt. L. Zcliad, M Lasche. Front: D. Parker, P. Weiss, C. Braun. 66B.ick: K. Duncan, M. Schwartz, N. Coak, M. Malone, C. Kropf. M. Hildebrand. A. Barrow. J. Christopherson. Third: M. Woods, J. Peters. M Grabau. S. Miller. C. Sivesind. C. Ustrud. R. Greene. K. Mattson. Second: J. Timmons. K. Adams. B. Duke. B. Saul. B. Walker. J. Radcmacher, L. Bancroft. J. Larson. M. Richards. B. Wichersham. Front: B. Rosebrook, B. Holmes, B. Soden, M. Thompson. B. Hofstad, C. Lcgvold, S. Blair, S. Schorm, L. Rose. j Bjci: D. Jordison. J. Lasche, W. Thorson. S. Maas, D. Mathre, J. De Young. G. Gott, C. Ogg, R. Barron, B. Miller. Third: I B. Aegcrter, D. Trump, G. Allen. D. Brown. J. Mattson. K. Earnissc, R. Skrdla. X. Lowther, G. Myers. Second: P. Vinogradc, M. j Boehnke. S. Boylan. T. Rice. G. Howerton. L. Stephenson. G. Coy, P. Routh, S. Feamster. C. Haupt. Front: N. Jones, B. Criswell, I R. Plumb, S. Phillips, W. Bic, M. Greiner, J. Hart, M. Cerwick, C. Sorenson. 67B.ick: Mr. Cross, J. Brown, L. Larson, V. Ervin, L. Roepke, M. Quam. P. Anderson. N. Cook. M. Malone. A. Barrow. J. Christop- herson. R Greene. Third: J. Rademacher. J. Larsen, L. Bancroft. D. Childs. P. Adams. P. Wiener, M. Hinrichsen. M. Grabau. C. L'strud, J. Fulcomer, M. Richards, L. Wierson. Second: B. Holmes, J. Craig, P. Larson, D. Howard, S. Stucky, J. Hills. E. Politis. N'. Noid, M. Caven, P. Sealine, P. Riggs, J. Henrikson. Front: C. Meyer, P. McConnell, D. N'icolle, K. Hostcttcr, M. Ashley, S. Smith, B. Roscbrook. M. Thompson, B. Soden, B. Hofstad, B. Swanson, C. Legvold, S. Blair. Senior Bo)s' Quartet: B. Talcott, J. Larson, D. Clark, B. Roscbrook. Back: Mr. Cross. C. Hcddleston. V. Voclker, V. Anderson. Third: M. Lasche. D. Wciscr, L. Zeliadt. Sec- ond: P. Routh, K. Haupt, J. Miller, B. Criswell. Front: K. Torkclson, M. Wright, M. Cerwick. 68Girls’ Glee Club Back: J. Thorson, F. Riecken. K. Mattson. Third: C. Constantine. D. Foderbcrg. Second: J. Smith. D. Haxeman. Front: S. Schworm, L. Rose. Mr. Cross, a piano, 117 girls, and many reams of sheet music were necessary for the 1961-62 Girls’ Glee Club. Any AHS girl who had an interest in vocal music could participate in Glee Club. The girls met in three separate groups, but the)' combined for performances at a Girl Reserve meeting, at the Christmas program, during Friendship Week, at the Spring Vocal Concert, and at Baccalaureate. • Back: B. Picken. L. Fields. B. Miller, R. Barron. K. Spear, B. Oest, B. Aegcrtcr, M. Whceloek, K. Thorcson, N. Lowther, G. Myers. I Third: P. Bennett. J. Brandenburg. J. Frederick. C. Hagen, M. Boehnke, L. Bergland, J. Mattson, K. Manchester, S. Feamster, P. j Vinograde, G. Nelson. Second: C. Bailey, W. Bie, M. Klingseis. J. Starr. J. Van Winkle. L. Stephenson. C. Craig, S. Thogerson. j M. Bcrck. C. Hudspith. S. Phillips. Front: C. Braun, M. Simons. M. Greiner, C. Haupt, M. Johnson, I.. Jarvis, J. Hart, N. 3 Jones, S. Sorensen, J. Johnson. P. Weiss. C. Sorenson. 69Boys’ Glee Club Ames High boys who have an interest in vocal music and a desire to sing were eligible to join Boys’ Glee Club. The boys met once or twice a week. The sophomore group joined the junior-senior group for performances at Christmas, a Rotary Club meeting, and the Spring Vocal Concert. B. ick: Mr. Cross. J. Sales. Third C. Ogg. D. Jordison. Second: K. Farnisse, C. Mattcrson. From: G. Coy. B. Pyle. Bud: Mr. Cross, I). Barnett, M. Peterson. L. Danielson. T. Cook. B. Soults. T. Fandsbcrp, P. Younie. Third: T. Dixon. L. McCoy. M. Hildebrand. M. Woods. T. Ukena, K. Duncan. C. Kropf. NT. Penny. Second: R. Black, D. Schworm. C. Sevesind, J. Vildman. J. Peters. A. Simpson. J. Han way. Front: B. Wickcrsham, B. Dotson, K. Adams. B. Duke. S. Miller, J. Ingvoldstad, B. Saul, P Harris. L '1 h e 70Back: J. Jeffrey, S. Maas, R. Abbott, D. Runyan. D. French. B. Rusebrook, J. Everson, B. Petersen. D. Math re, V. Thorson. Third: J. Lasche, D. Trcxel, W. Friesncr, F. Gulden, J. De Young, R. Cott, G. Gott, B. Beaty, I). Trump, N. Callahan. Second: G. Allen, F. Smith. R. Lloyd, T. Barto, D. Peterson. W. Milliken, D. Brown. B. Carr, D. Clark, B. Strand. Front: R. Skrdla, J. Nelson, T, Grabau, J. Larson, D. Carr, S. Nichols, T. Rice. B. Talcott, J. Peterson. R. Plumb. ; Back: J. Brown, M. Schwartz, D. • Chipman. Third: B. Rogers, M. Brown. Second: B. Miller, J. Tim- ; mons. M. Wilson. Front: J. ; Wright, K. Talcott. Junior Girls' Sextet: J. Wildman, N. L'hl, J. Nolin. M. Wells, A. Greene. J. Riggs. 71Back: Mr. Hamilton. K. Clemens, D. Huntsberger, V. Jones. B. Hunziker. G. Gott. S. Rogness. R. Barron. S. Brown. Third: J. Frederick, K. Manchester, M. Wheelock, M. Keller. M. Thompson. E. Marston, P. Roberson, M. McLaughlin. Second: M. Johnson. C. Haupt. J. Starr, G. Nelson. S. Saul. B. Banks. S. Elbert. S. Shadlc, S. Sorensen. From: J. Hartley, C. Brandt. B. Von Bergen. S. Rush. S. Cooper. J. Johnson. S. Cook. J. Erickson, K. Torkelson. Beginning Drama Buck: Mr. Hamilton. K. Borwick. B. Durby, S. Rullestud. B. Squires. B. Rowell. J. Risden, N. Cook. M. Woods. C. Marshall. P. Ellingson. T. Larson. Third: J. Henrikson, C. Carlson, S. Bowen. I.. Parker. A. Speer. P. Reinbergcr, S. Mathison, J. Van Ness, J. Fulcomer, S. Stucky, J. Hills. Second: J. Craig. K. Rigg. E. Ecinberg, B. Hagen. J. Painter. E. Politis. J. Smith, D. Stein. J. Olson. B. Sealine. J. Quinn. Front: J. Priest, P. McDonald. M. Thompson. C. Randecker, M. Hyler. C. Legvold, R. Baldus S. Schlebecker. 72Back: Mr. Hamilton. N. Ogg, S. Ellctt. K. Hawkes, L. Hawk. C. Thompson. M. Bragonier, B. Picken. Third: K. Skold, P. Vinograde, C. Geiger. S. Elbert. K Stine, T. Goettsch. P. Duke. N. Lowther. Second: M. Wright. S. Thogerson, S. Percival, K. Saral, C. Roure, A. Greene, H. Nichols. Front: L. Legvold, S. Martin. P. Reid. C. Hudspith, E. Orlovich, L. Jarvis, K. Haupt. Advanced Drama Back: Mr. Hamilton, K. Smedal, M. Workman. B. Hatch, D. Noid, M. Maxwell. Front: M. Svec, E. Walters, M. Berck. T. Spicberg, M. Arrasmith. 73"The Bad Seed’’ Nancy Ogg Kris Hawkcs Harold Nichols Kent Clemens Joe Quinn Bob Hunziker Mr. Bravo Steve Ellett Leroy, the janitor Rhoda Penmark Christine Penmark Colonel Penmark Mr. Daigle Mrs. Daigle Joe Risden Caroline Brandt Pat Roberson Bob Rowell Steve Rullestad Eileen Orlovich Miss Fern Monica Breedlove Mr. Tasker Emory Messenger Radio Announcer B.ick: J. Quinn. H. Nichols. E. Ellett. N. Ogg. B. Rowell, P. Roberson, C. Brandt. K. Hawkcs, J. Risden, K. Clemens. E. Orlo- vich. S. Rullestcd, B. Hunziker. Second Row: M. Wright. M. Maxwell. J. Johnson. E. Walters. S. Rush, C. Geiger, L. Hawk, Mr. Hamilton. M. Arrasmith. M. Workman, K. Skold. L. Jarvis, B. Squires. M McLaughlin. Front: C. Haupt, M. Salisbury, C. Thomp- son. B. Throckmorton, M. Berck, M. Svec, G. Nelson, S. Percival. L. Legvold, E. Walsh. K Saral, N. Lowther, K. Haupt. 74Mr. Jordan Second Escort Joe Pendleton Messenger 7013 Nurse Tony Abbott Julia Farnsworth Mrs. Ames "Heaven Can Wait” Harold Nichols Bill Milliken Dick Gibson Jim Hannum Bonnie Jean Hatch Bob Rowell Carol Rouze Karin Saral Bette Logan Ann Max Levene Susie Inspector Williams Plainclothesman Lefty Karen Skold Sandy Percival Steve Rullestad Mona Berck Mike McLaughlin Frank Smith Bill Beck Back: D. Inglis. B. Hatch. H. Tisdale. K. Saral. J. Sales, S. Percival, M. Berck. R. Breckenridgc. C. Rouze. B. Rowell. R. Scott. K. Skold. N!. I.owther. D. Gibson. K. Hostetler. N. Nichols. M. Maxwell. J. Hannum, B. Picket). S. Rullestad. M. McLaughlin, F. Gulden, F. Smith. D. Peterson. B. Beck. D. Carr. J. Dunlap. W. Milliken. Second: M. Svec. F. Walters. L. Lcgvold, P. Vi nograde. T. Spicsberg. S. Timm, K. Stine. K. Hawkes. L. Jarvis. S. Thogcrson. M. Hamilton. K Haupt. M. Arrasmith, C. Haupt, M. Hyler, C. Thompson, S. Smith. C. Bailey, M. Wright. J. Risden, J. Smith S. Rush. First: L. Zcliadt, R. Barron. P Roberson. C. Brandt. M. Bragonicr. M. Oest. S. El- bert. B. Von Bergen. K Clemens, S. Thogcrson. S. Elbert. S. Eilett. li. Orlovich. C. Geiger. S. Elbert. C. Randeckcr. 75Back: J. Painter. J. Craig. M. Thompson. C. Randecker. M. Svec, B. Hagen. V. Jones. C. Haupt, M. Wright. P. Reinberger. S. Cooper. M. Woods. S. Elbert, K. Clemens. S. Bowen. C. Geiger. M. Salisbury. C. Legvold. B. VonBcrgcn. Front: K. Saral, L. Lcgvold, B. Squires, L. Hawk, M. Hylcr, M. Workman, P. Reid, J. Risdcn. K. Haupt. L. Jarvis, S. Thogerson, S. Martin. K. Stine, B. Throckmorton. H. Nichols. M. Arrasmith. "Lady of the Market Place” "The Lady of the Market Place" was this year s Christmas Play presented for the Girl Reserves. The play portrayed Mexican folk-interpretation of the Christmas season. Peggy Reinberger played the part of "The Lady of the Market Place." Jan Painter, Sue Cooper, and Karen Haupt also played leading roles. The audience enjoyed this play done in an arena style. Btlow: The women and children hear the story of the three wise men. 76Above: Gibson move over—R.T.H. our new star. Below: "They do such a lovely job with my mascara here." I ' 1 A9 " Irv € o J V. L .«- - - - •. • r' • I"vW - - 4. ' J .L' K I ‘ -l' - vfl s ) '-C 1 a A v% ■ -W “ ,-A ■ j r ,fi i r va - ) j « T 7 -r J . r ' •' w ‘ Above: The Stanislovsky method? Below: Mil.;Walter.—craftsman at work. b s t ) ' 77 First Semester staff: T. Pappas, N. Durian. B. Rosebrook, )■ Jeffreys, J. Mattson. J. Larson. M. Tonne. W. Neal. M. Voigt. S. Thogerson. Second Semester staff: B.ick: E. Borden. G. Hedberg, R. Colt. K. Clemens. Front: L. Legvold, N. Hazel, C. Lasche, J. Lee. M. Arrasmith. Back: D. Trump. J. Rod, L Wilson. L. Randles. Front: C. Smith. L. Osam, C. Smith, D. Neville. S. Maas. Journalism Thirty-one seniors worked for a semester each this year to turn out the Ames High Web published weekly by the Ames Daily Tribune. As one of the senior elective English courses, journalism pro- vided an opportunity for students to obtain inside knowledge of the workings of a newspaper and a chance to have their qualified works appear in print. 78B.:.l Mrs. Thompson. M. Bortlc. B. Aegerter W X I, S !:e ■. ;er, M. Voigt. I.. Swanson. Second: J. Curry. B. Bean. E. Walsh, H. Politis. From: V. Ricg.il. I;. Pie. ken. D. Spencer. M Tonne, S. Fcamstcr. Scratch Pad Debate Club Scratch Pad was this year's publication of creative writing done by AHS students. The manu- scripts submitted represent not only outstanding pieces written for English classes, but also unas- signed poems, short stories, and sketches of students who write as a hobby. One issue of Scratch Pad came out this year. Darlene Spencer was this year's editor; her assistants were Dick Millspaugh and Sandy Feamster. Whether or not the Federal government should equalize educational opportunity by means of grants to the states for public, elementary, and secondary education" was the topic of debate at the five out-of-town tournaments. Officers of Debate Club were Bill Easton, president; Bill Wickersham, vice-president; and Linda Uthe, secretary-treasurer. Buo M McLaughlin. H. Nichols. M Woods. L. Uthe. Mrs. Garrett. From S. Maas, C. McMillan. B. Wickersham. J. Wildman. 79Above: ficers. Above: M. Voigt, S. Martin, K. Stine, E. Orlovich. French Club officers. Below: Mr. Ripp, M. Hinrichsen, C. Knapp, J. Ingvoldstad, C. Sivcsind, Latin Club officers. D Neville. L. Bcrgland, Spanish Club of Language Clubs The International Christmas Party was the highlight of the year for the combined language clubs. Each club meets separately each month to learn about customs and people of the different coun- tries. A special Latin Club event was the Roman Banquet in May. A French dinner and a Mardi Gras were French Club activities. The German Club was divided into three groups—the Edelweiss, the Wandcrvogel, and the Tirol—for plan- ning the yearly activities. A special Span- ish Club project was aiding Spanish li- braries. 81Standing: D. Wiser. R. Getty, G. Myers, H. Nichols, S. Feamster, L. Stephenson, L. Fields, N. Cook, M. Malone. K. Spear. J. Van lips. L. Swanson. Sirs. Dickenson. M. Bortle, K. Kutish, F. Rieken. I.. Parker. Sitting: S. Mass. E. Walters, N. Whitcscll, K. Haupt, C. Haupt, D. Childs. H. McCoy. J. Hart. Library Club Below: Library Club meets at noon. The Library Club is a serv- ice organization. The twenty- five members meet to learn about filing material in vocational, college, vertical, and art files, and to arrange books on shelves. The club members assist teachers and students in finding needed ma- terials. Lynn Swanson and Mar- garet Goodman were the presi- dent and secretary' this year. 82  Back: S. Feamster, K Adams, M. Wilson, D. Huntsberger, D. Oshel, B Rogers, D. Sherrick. Second: S. Heady, E. Elbert, B. Sealine, R. Dumcnil. S. Anderson. G. Coy, M. Shepherd. Front: D. French, L. Danielson. D. Doggett, D. Batman, M. Peterson. Science Seminar Students interested in the varied fields of science find an opportunity to investigate their interest further by participating in Science Seminar, sponsored by the science department. "The basis for the 1961-1962 series was combining theory with laboratory experience," according to Richard Trump, director. Single topics were explored through a scries of Tuesday night meetings, consist- ing of lecture-discussions and work with equipment in the new science laboratories. Seminar students received one-fourth credit for the year and a certificate indicating acceptable or su- perior project work. Members of the seminar were expected to work on projects in the nature of short experiments or long-term problems. The students also do extensive outside reading. Below: Mr. Jones explains the operations of a geiger counter. 83Standing: K. Brown, C. Whcelock, B. Girr. I’. Anderson. K. Hawkes. Seated: D. Neville, M. Salisbury. I.. Osam. A. Graca, B. Keller, C. Bogue. Student Treasurers Below: It looks as though they’ve never seen a real ten-dollar bill! Student treasurers of school organizations learned many financial procedures by collecting money, making out receipts, planning a tentative budget, and making financial reports. All treas- urers were responsible to Miss Man,’ McNally, general treasurer of Ames High, who was as- sisted this year by Paul Anderson. Qualities looked for by a sponsor in choos- ing a student for the job of treasurer in an organ- ization include dependability, neatness, accuracy’, and availability. 84Bjck: Mr. Wood. J. Jeffrey, J. Williams, C. Knapp, B. Landsberg, B. Soults. P. Carr. J. Ricketts. Mr. Ripp. Third: D. Clark. J. Lasche. B. Jackson. L. Randles, J. Cox, C. Mack, J. Ritland, J. Hinrithsen, D. Barnett. Second: Z. Dunlap, J. Trow, R. Lloyd, B. Dailey. M. Allen, L. Hills. T. Grabau, P. Townsend, J. Dunlap. First: B. Dotson, R. Black, K. Agard, D. Carr, R. Brcckcnridge. T. Morrison, T. I'kcna, B. Duke. Fire Squad Btlow: Law and order will prevail. Members of the firesquad were responsible [ for keeping order in the halls and at all school- I sponsored functions. Students caught violating school rules were reported to the firesquad t faculty sponsors. Mr. Ripp and Mr. Wood. E Commonly violated rules are: running in halls, sitting on desks, and crowding in the lunch I line. Posts in the halls were assigned weekly to J firesquad members; those failing to be on their j posts were fined accordingly. Fine money fi- I nanced the annual squad picnic held in the I spring. Officers this year were Dick Clark and John I Ritland, co-firechiefs, and John Hinrichsen, j secretary-treasurer. 85Back: J. Haynes, A. Pctefish, J. Van Eps, M. Oven, B. Chittenden. S. Russell. C. Constantine, D. Anfenson. Front: P. Mc- Mahon, D. Childs, N. Durian, B. Dennis, M. Grabau. E. Pirtle. J. Templeton. F.H.A. Below: Testing . . . Christmas gifts you can make, toy selections for children, and selecting gifts for the bride were the main topics discussed by the Future Home makers of America. "Teenage Consumer” was the project carried out by FHA groups all over the state. Barb Dennis was president of the organization this year. The other officers were Nan Durian, vice- president; Diane Childs, secretary-treasurer; Jackie Hills, music and recreation; Martha Grabau, parliamentarian; and Edyic Pirtle, public relations. 86' Today we are going to see a movie about The showing of films in Ames H igh is made possible largely through the efforts of the Film Operators Club. Under the sponsor- ship of Mr. Gerald Sielert, students in the club take care of the visual aids equipment and see to it that projectors and screens are in the right place at the right time. Above: J. Risdal. K. Lint. B. Easton, J. Harris, K. Clemens. Film Operators DECA Ames High students enrolled in Cooperative Distributive Education have had the chance to participate in the Ames High chapter of the Distributive Education Club of America. Commonly known as DECA, the purpose of the club is to give its members a look at the career opportunities in the field of commercial distribution. Officers for this year were Linda Nelson, president; George Rcinbold, vice-president; Mike Childs, treasurer; and Judy Holdrcdge. secretary; Linda Nelson also served as DECA secretary for the State of Iowa. Belou-: Bsck: J. Market), B. Rutter, J. Rjdemacher. M. Childs, G. Reinhold. D. Thompson. Mr. Overturf. 87 'XiAu A AMJ As ± L 1 JtlJLJCi X XC 4 5 jOXs l, qJJuj AjudL uJiliSL Jtt,'-cAst uj aJlJL JU£ls 7 SL . UL . 1JLSJ-ZJ j uyuL dJ jtcAfxJ A 4UJl9j CUtCo yL i$L JuaJlL i (M t eji tAjL JjMjxjx , L jaj M c uljLnOi ‘] 3 JUj AJLhAj du Aj d- ) d j-Cf diAidCLy -Jj lax a,Aj'dzj' ' 'UAJAs , • UduAJL, A AU L CLKJL (ijl fe JLoLA . Jt bd) Ajj lU-L, JjUiAj x aAl MAlu Ju dbAjjU aIa -TU A A lA S-dd, djjjzJij A jLs yi a ccc x OU-AM- (udlfauJ -djJJlh' a aLo-7oyjiJ j - s ABjck: B. Zurborg, B. Rowell, J. Everson, M. Alfred. P. Townsend, J. Klingseis, P. McGuire, B. Bcrgland, D. Fisher, D. Fowlcs, C. Carver. Fourth: Coach W. Finn, Coach C. Spatcher, J. Cole, P. Harris. G. Mulhall, I.. Anderson, D. French. K. Lint, M. McKinley. R. Lloyd, J. Rod. Coach H. Covey. Third: V. Stevenson. G. Craig. B. Mickclson. J. Peterson. S. Socsbc, C. Ormcan, B. Hunziker. J. Dunlap. G. Magoon, M. Inglis. C. Jones. Coach K. Wells. Second: J. Preston. C. Ogg. N. Callahan. W. Thorson. C. Marken. T. Grabau. D. Clark. M. Allen. D. Carr. R. Breckenridge, J. Radcmacher, R. Cott. Front: C. Androy, L. Hills, M. Karns. J. Ritland, J. Tyson. T. Pappas. J. Ricketts, B. Dailey, T. Morrison. N. Fox. J. Jeffrey. Ames Finishes 4-4 Season’s Record . .20 • 13 Ames 20 Oskaloosa 0 Ames 7 Boone 0 Ames 20 Marshalltown 26 Ames ........ 7 W. Waterloo ......... 13 Ames . 0 E. S. C...................... 7 13 7 Ames 12 Newton 13 At left: These eleven boys started against Roosevelt. Two remained at the same position for the Newton game. 90A NI ES :0 ROOSEVELT 13 Ames opened at home against Roosevelt of Des Moines. After a shaky beginning, Ames built up a lead of 13-0. A Bergland pass to McGuire was good for six; and a run by Klingseis, followed by a successful kick, added seven more. Roosevelt got back in the game when they returned the following kickoff 91 yards to score, leaving Ames with a half- time score of 13-7. Ames scored again in the third quarter when Bergland lugged the pigskin over from the two. A successful conversion ended the quarter. Roosevelt could score only once more and Ames won 20-13. For his part, Bergland earned UPI Back of the Week award, while end Paul McGuire won honorable mention for his line play. Above: The Little Cyclones head for a big gain. AMES 20 OSKALOOSA 0 Ames opened up conference competition by- playing host to Oskaloosa. Runs by Bergland, Kling- seis, and Hills highlighted an otherwise dull show- ing. Bergland scored for Ames in the first quarter on a 47-yard reverse. Thorson booted true to give us the edge, 7-0. The second quarter was pounded out near midfield. In the third quarter a blocked punt set Ames up to score. Klingseis took it over to make it 13-0. A fourth quarter pass from Alfred to Klingseis netted 31 yards and six points. Ames sewed it up when Thorson's toe again succeeded. Hills then came on to give Oskaloosa a lesson in open-field running. In two plays he accounted for 43 yards of crowd- pleasing footwork. Ames looked unimpressive and knew it, but the Little Cyclones were still happy with another mark in the win column.AMES 7 BOONE 0 Ames traveled to Boone and met the Torreadors, a team with the idea of latching onto a victor)' bell that hasn't seen much of Boone High in the past 28 years. Ames, however, had decided to keep it. The stands were filled and the fans were yell- ing for action as they nervously stole glances at the ominous clouds. Neither team could score in the first half, and with the end of the half came the end of dr)- foot- ball for the evening. Umbrellas popped up through- out the stands and the rains came. The third quarter featured a punting duel be- tween Dutton of Boone and Townsend. It was fit- ting that Townsend should break through and block a punt to set up the game's only score. Klingseis did the honors accounting for both the touchdown and the point. Ames fans, drenched but happy, started home . . and not without the bell. AMES 20 MARSHALLTOWN 26 Ames dropped its first conference game in eight years at Marshalltown 26-20. The Little Cyclones, playing their best football to date, piled up a 20-6 lead. Bergland scored twice in the first half and Klingseis grabbed both extra points. Marshalltown retaliated with a successful drive to get back in the game. But Ames was not through and, with one second in the half, Ricketts shared a pass to make it 20-6. Two different teams showed up for the second half. The Ames defense failed, and the Bobcats started to move. Marshalltown scored on a double pass, and the score became 20-13. They scored twice in the fourth quarter to ruin Ames, 26-20. A tired, dejected, and depressed bunch of Ames guys left the field, now starting to realize that a team can't win on its past alone. AM I:S 7 WEST WATERLOO 13 One week had passed since Marshalltown out fought Ames. The Orange and Black were just starting to feel the personnel losses that were to be- come "old hat." Tonight Ames was to be out- manned, but not outfought. West Waterloo scored first in the second quar- ter on a twenty yard sprint. Ames stopped the con- version but were down by six points. With the half nearly gone, Klingseis took a punt and covered sixty-seven yards as the crow Hies but many more by the route which he had chosen. 92The game was tied, and a pitchout to Ames' other speedster, Larry Hills, gave Ames the halftime lead, 7-6. The third quarter was much the first, with Townsend's punting keeping Ames out of serious trouble. The final tally came in the List quarter. West pounded out a touchdown through Ames’ battered line and scored the conversion to smash Ames 13-7. Ames had looked better, but not quite good enough, and were again forced to taste defeat. AMES 0 E.S.C. 7 Lincoln Way Stadium was the scene of the next Ames High tragedy. Homecoming was the occasion and the Little Cyclones seemed up for the game, despite serious injur)- losses. In the first quarter neither squad could push the ball across. East opened up the second quarter with a touchdown to give them the halftime lead, 7-0. In the second half, Ames stopped several sus- tained drives by the Raiders. In the fourth quarter Ames stopped the East Side gang on t the ten and Above: "Aw. wait a minute, fellas!” 93 Belou-: Klinker cuts upficld. Belou: Bergland skirts an opponent with blood in his eye.then again on the nine. But time ran out for Ames and Hast left with the game 7-0. AMES 13 GRINNELL 7 Ames returned to its winning ways when the Little Cyclones spoiled Grinnell’s homecoming, 13-7. With the exception of a few fumbles, Ames played near perfect ball, especially on defense. Townsend, Tice, and Clark had returned to help the shaky line situation. Ames opened the scoring in the second quarter on an eleven-yard run by Bergland. The conversion failed, but Ames had the halftime lead, 6-0. The Orange and Black scored again in the third quarter when sophomore Barnett bulled his way- over from the ten. Bergland made good the point attempt to give Ames a 13 point advantage, advantage. Grinnell had time to score, but only once, and Ames won 13-7. Coach Kenny Wells was pleased with the play of the squad. He said the Orange and Black appeared to be on the upswing.Below: An Ames lineman throws a downfield block. AMES 12 NEWTON 13 An extra point gave Newton the C.I.C. crown as they nosed out Ames 13 to 12. Ames played a good game, but Newton was as tough as expected. While Ames outrushed Newton, the Cardinals took the scoring edge and that’s all that counts. Ames scored in the second quarter to start things off. A pass from Alfred to Bergland gave Ames six points and a lead. Newton took the ball down the field to knot up the score and end the half 6-6. Ames chalked up another T.D. in the third quar- ter on another pass, this time from Grabau to Kling- seis. Ames blew the extra point but held a small advantage, 12-6. Newton ate up nearly the entire fourth quarter staging one drive. This march proved fatal when the) scored not only the touchdown but the first extra point of the game. Coach Wells was disappointed with the loss, but not with the play of his boys. 95Bjck: P. Anderson, C. Williams, M. Woods. J. Peters, R. Smith, J. Burns, N. Penny. 'Third: D. Lange, D. Kelso, J. Linder, P. Harris. B. Duke. T. Landsbcrg, J. Cox, G. Erskine, S. Miller, C. Kropf, L. Enser, D. Ostrem, B. Nordskog, B. Caquclin, R. Black. Second: P. Carr, K. Hildreth, R. Plumb, B. Soults, D. Schworm, E. Thorson, J. Gilchrist, M. Sclarow, D. Van Houweling, F. Dahlmeir, S. Elbert, A. Bishop. Front: T. Watkins, D. Myers, D. Wheeler, J. Wright, R. Oshel, T. Kee, C. Mack, M. Schwartz, C. Knapp, D. Barnett. Coach M. Hausheer. Sophs Go Undefeated Belou-: Coach Maurice Hausheer The Ames High Sophomores, coached by Mau- rice Hausheer and his assistant, Paul Anderson, fin- ished the season undefeated. After tying the first game with Webster City, the sophs won five straight. They posted victories over Nevada, Marshalltown, Newton, East Des Moines, and Fort Dodge. Many of the sophomores will be counted on heavily. Con- gratulations to the sophs for a very successful sea- son. 97Back: D. Stobcr, B. Mickelson, T. Landsberg. D. French, D. Runyan. Front: I.. Wilson. D. Schank, K. Agard. P. Townsend. T. Grabau. Below: Haroldson scores on the fast break. Ames Finishes 1 The Little Cyclones finished conference play with third place and a record of 6 wins and 4 losses. The over- all record was 9-6. The conference proved to be the tough- est in years, with both Marshalltown and Newton boasting powerhouses. Ames split with Marshalltown, winning at home and losing on the road, a practice that has become al- most a custom with these two teams. Newton posted two victories over the Orange and Black while Grinnell hand- ed Ames its other defeat in a surprising upset. At the outset of the season, it was generally felt that this was a team of absolutely no depth. But as the season progressed, more than ten boys proved that they could handle a starting position. It seemed that the high scorer changed with the week; several different boys leading the team at various times. Season’s Record Back: B. Landsberg. S. Soesbe. J. Williams. D. Millspaugh. Front: M. Haroldson, J. Klingscis, B. Bergland, J. Huntress. Mason City 39 Ames 49 D. M. North 17 Ames 46 West Waterloo 13 Ames 50 Grinnell 12 Ames 46 Boone 19 Ames 55 Roosevelt 61 Ames 48 Osklaloosa 40 Ames 60 54 Ames 41 Webster City 43 Ames 55 Marshalltown 43 Ames 49 Grinnell 48 Ames 46 Boone 50 Ames 58 Osklaloosa 49 Ames 65 Newton 64 Ames 60 Marshalltown 70 Ames 68 Third In C.I.C. Below: Soesbe hauls it in. The team seemed to develop as the season went on, but a "starting five" as such was never found. The overtime plagued Ames several times during the season. The Little Cyclones dropped three conference games in overtime, these being to Marshalltown, Newton, and Grinnell. Victories in these games would have greatly affected the final standings. Prospects for next year look promising with many boys who have starting experience returning. Among these are Landsberg, Mickelson, Schank, Soesbe, Runyan, and Grabau. The team will also be aided by the sophomores, who tied for first place in the conference and placed four boys in the top fifteen scorers.I Above: "Hike!" Below: Mickclson hooks for two. Below: Klingseis in his starring role against Marshalltown.Above: "Hey. let's twist!" ! i : Above : Two more by Butch. Below: "Quick, get the picture!" Below: Bergland controls the tip. i 101B.ick J. Wright: J. Cox, T. Ross, B. Soults, C. Knapp, P. Carr. C. Mack, M. Schwartz, Coach Spatcher. Second: K. Duncan, J. Pederson, G. Erskinc, J. Hanway, D. Shcrrick, M. Sclarow, D. Ostrem, D. Kelso. Front: M. Yeaman, J. Burns, B. Saul, J. Involdstad, B. Nordskog. The sophomore basketball team, coached by Cecil Spatcher. enjoyed a fine season, compiling a 7-1 record in conference play at the time of this writing. The Orange and Black Sophs suffered the only con- ference loss at the hands of Newton. Over all. the team's record 10-3. dropping non- conference to Roosevelt and Webster City. At this point of the season, Bill Soults was lead- ing the CIC Scoring, with teammates Mike Schwartz, Craig Mack, and Jeff Cox also in the running. 102 Left: Coach Cecil Spatcher.Above: Just goofin’ around. Indoor Track Below: Jackson and Kelley pull even at the finish. BJow: And they're off! 103B. tck: J. Saturen. M. Salisbury, S. Baughman. S. Link. D Spencer. L. Nelson. M. Tonne. S. Hostetter, M. Hcggen. J. Van Epps, B. Keller, D. Noid. K. Hawkes. R. Ruhe, S. Bappc. A. Sandc, F. Rieken. P. Roberson. B. Chittenden, K. Smedal. M Korbitz, S. Ratterree. V. Hall. Fourth: J. Fincham. E. Orlovich. ( Constantine, T. Gocttsch. J. Agard. L. Osam. L. Swanson, C Alfred. M. Ross. V. Fitzgerald. X. Durian, X. Ogg. K. Stine. C. Campbell. J. Wagaman, J Fellows, P. Duke. E. Borden, C Smith. C. Smith, J. Nichols. 1'hirJ: B. Dennis, J. Siemcrs, V. Bic. S. McKay. J. Green, C. Green. S. Soults. J DeVoung. T. Martini. J. Van Xess, C. Bogue, S. Ballard. K. Gray. S. Frcel, B. Dalton. S. Dawson. J. Lee M. Storby, C. Braun. S. Swift. N. Haze!. Pep Club IS.uk: C. Judge. I- Breckenridge. C. Wheelock. S. Soults. Second: Miss Glamser, J. De Young. T. Martini. J. Lee. Front: L. Wheelock. M. Arrasmith, X. Hazel. S. Martin. I I The colorful orange jackets and the unceasing pep of the sen- ior Pep Club girls made them a noticeable part of all the athletic functions this year. Besides gen- erating pep at the games and pep assemblies, they worked with the marching band at football games, provided half-time entertainment at basketball games, and co-operated with the cheerleaders in planning pep assemblies. IS.uk: C. Judge, I- Breckenridge. C. Wheelock. S. Soults. Second: Miss Glamser, J. De Young. T. Martini, J. I.ce. Front: L. Wheelock. M. z rrasmith, X. Hazel. S. Martin. 104Stc nJ: C. Brandt, H. Winton, M. Abrams, L. Leg void, M. Heady, C. Caldwell. D. Fisk. A. Graca A. Petefish. M. Sprague. D. Anfanson, D. Neville M. Ashley. L. Larson, J. Gunnerson. M. Arrasmith, S Ethington. J. Holdridge, S. Martin. L. Whcclock H. Politis. Front: B. Aegctcr, J. Sawyer, M. Voigt S. Goldsbury. C. Judge A. Lund vail, L. Brecken ridge, C. Wheelock, J. Packer, L. Hawk, M. Good man. M. Bortle, S. Forsythe. Above: They say it's 85’ in Miami. This year the club spon- I sored bake sales, candy sales, and a dance. The girls built i a Homecoming float, ushered and j collected shirts at pep assemblies. Nancy Hazel was president I of the club this year. The other | officers were Charlotte Judge, . vice-president; Jean DeYoung, j secretary; and Cheryl Wheelock, I treasurer. Below: A new look on the spirit scene. 105B.ici:: S. Soesbc, J. Jeffries, L. Hills. P. McGuire. B. Bergland J. Klingeis. J Ricketts P. Townsend. Tlird: C. Og.c. N. Fox. P. Harris. C. Carver. M. Karns, B. Rose-brook. N. Callahan, J. Trow. Second: G. Craig, W. Stephenson. M. Allen, J. Ritland, T. Tice. M. McKinley. D. Runyan. D. Clark. First: K. Agard, J. Hinrichsen, M. Inglis. J. Peterson. 13. Mickelson. T. Grabau. Varsity Club Any boy who earns a major "A" in one of the interscholastic sjx rts in Ames High's athletic program can be a member of Varsity Club. The club highlight of the year was the annual spring picnic. Other activities included initiating of new members and the providing of flowers for the homecoming queen and attendants. Varsity Club officers for the '61-'62 school year were Bill Jackson, president; Bruce Bergland, vice-president; John Ritland, secretary-treasurer. Left: P. McGuire, 2nd team CIC: B. Bergland, 1st team CIC; honorable men- tion. Register and IDPA; P. Townsend. 1st team CIC; 5th team Register. 3rd team IDPA; J. Klingseis, 1st team CIC honorable mention. Register; D. Clark, 2nd team CIC; J. Ricketts. 3rd team CIC. 106Abo:e: Varsity cheersquad: P. Duke, S. Ethington, T Gocttsch, A Toms, S. Soults, J. Coletti. Cheersquad Below: Sophomore Cheersquad: M. Wheclock, P. Weiner, S. Stucky, B. Rosebrook. "Ames High High Fights, Tear ’Em Up. Cyclones!” This is a familiar chant led by the AHS Cheerleader, -'heir aim is to keep the pep of the students, faculty, and teams at the highest point possible while observing the rules of good sportsman- ship. courtesy, and good will. Sue Soults was this year's head Varsity cheerleader; Sue Ethington. assistant-head. Below: "Will he make it?" 107Back: Miss Zanders, L. Breckenridge, R. Ruhe, J. Siemcrs. Front: D. Neville, B. Von Bergen, K. Haupt, J. Fellows. "Gee. it's high." G.R.A. The Girls' Recreational Association is an organ- ization for AHS girls who are interested in bowling or in playing volleyball, basketball, tennis, golf, bad- minton. softball, tug-of-war, or volley tennis. The organization strives to develop a spirit of fair-play, to give girls a chance for physical activity, and to cre- ate a desire for physical discipline in senior high girls. This year’s officers were Robin Ruhe, president; Judy Siemers, vice-president; Diane Neville, secretary- treasurer; Linda Breckenridge and Becky Von Bergen, point chairmen; and Karen Haupt and Jean Fellows, intramural chairmen. 108Back: Mr. Smalling, D. Barnett, T. Lundsburg, R. Une, D. Lange, P. Hathaway. Second: Z. Dunlap, R. Smith, D. Chipman, D. Gibson. M. Campbell. First: G. Rowe. C. Markin, J. Peters, K. Clemmons, J. Dunlap, R. Plumb. Intramurals Ames High boys may participate in any activity on the intramural program providing that they have not received a major letter in that sport. Pointsare awarded to the homeroom for competition on a 12-S-6-4-2 basis for sports held once a year, and a 6-4-3-2-1 basis for sports held both in the fall and spring. Trophies are awarded to the highest-ranking homeroom at the end of the year in each of the three classes. Competition is held twice a year in tennis, golf and horseshoes. Oncc-a-year sports include pass and touch football, tug-o-war, cross country run, swimming, track, table tennis, badminton, bowling, wrestling, volleyball, and basketball. Below; A victorious baskctba|i team honors their coach. 109- j ' fi JL oQju s. W; '-Ka - X( “ J r .J HJOO-YVV.. ( CL £l 'V?f ; -f (J f . -wJL O .AJ- 35. P-. ? y - P x W. O yt : ) y . £- --( . . . , f s„ V —JLl-'- — 7 yf V. - ■£JLcc , ( J4s?i eJ I lU V J - oJ1 y HIGHLIGHTS f i y W q0 'nJ ,»rt cc . ' •{ ..IX j « J " ■ y{ y; , y jE f s j ‘ v4 yyt 4 ' ' , ( Vv „. ‘ j .AJ1 ,$ fdf' iTJ i Xc ,y ,A y' tAy .:( - k ' a . 7 £ w y jx ,?■ l,a- if' A . ,y -{j V v Queen eandidjtet: Buck: L. Nel- son. S. Soults. J. Agard. C. Judge. Front: P. Duke, S. Ething- ton. L. Legvold. M. Heady. Homecoming 1961 Sue Soults reigned over the 1961 Homecoming festivities. At the Thursday after- noon pep assembly, Bruce Bergland, Student Body President, presented Queen Sue and her two attendants. Peg Duke and Linda Nelson. Following the pep assembly, the marching Pep Club, the Queen and attendants, the players atop the Pep dub float, and marching band formed a procession to City- Hall where a rally speech was given by Councilman Judge. Although the students cheered their hardest and the boys on the squad gave all they had for a victory, the Little Cyclones suffered a defeat in the game with East Sioux City. The Homecoming Dance, held in the new high school after the game, provided the finale to a memorable Homecoming, 1961.ATTENDANT PEG DUKE QUEEN SUE SOULTS ATTENDANT LINDA NELSON 113Standing: R. Ketclson. I.. I.egvold, R. J.loyd. Seated: J Fellows. R R'uhe. Career Night College Night Below: Students interested in law heard Mr. George Clark on Career Night. Dr. Ray Bryan of Iowa State University addressed the student body Nov. 21, 1961, at the annual Career Night assembly. Dr. Bryan recommended that belore choosing a career each student should discriminately view what is de- manded of him along with the rewards of the occupation. The remainder of the evening’s program consisted of two forty minute periods during which experts in certain fields discussed their vocations with small groups of students. Meld Dec. 5, from seven to nine p.m.. College Night was attended by 230 students this year. Representatives from 30 schools- discussed their colleges with students in three- thirty minute sessions. Representing the three classes were 130 seniors, 70 juniors, and 30 sophomores. Wayne A. Dt-Vaul of Iowa State University speaks at College Night. 114Court Day Court Day is held each year so that seniors may become better ac- quainted with court proceedings and our legal system. Approximately 200 Ames High seniors attended the Seventh Annual District Court Day Nov. $0, 1961. Twelve jury members were selected from the students to decide the case present- ed by Story County attorneys. The jury returned a split verdict on the civil trial of a mock auto damage suit based on an actual case. Above: "There he is now!'" Below: "Well see. we . . ah . 115Above: Jim and Jennifer buy their ticket to "Twilight. Christmas Formal, 1961 Ames High School students and alumni danced to the music of the Do-Re Sextet at the annual Christmas Dance, "Twilight.” The dance, sponsored by the senior girls was held in the Sun .Room of Memorial Union on December 27. Robin Ruhe and Jean Fellows were the dance co-chairmen. Committee members were Kris Hawkes, Eileen Orlovich, Jean Van Ness, Judy Agard, Julie Packer. Sue Ethington, Sherry Martin, Ann Lund- vall, Sue Soults, Linda Breckenridge, Kathy Stine. Judy fine ham, Charlotte Judge. Below: Table talk. I 16 The Campaign "I vote John" was a phrase with a dual purpose this year since the only two candidates that ran for Student Body President were John Larson and John Hinrichsen. The campaign week was de- voted to posters in the halls, friendly persuasion, and the nominat- ing and rally assemblies, which featured a band, a cheersquad of boys, and a mock murder. After the dust cleared, it was announced that John Hinrichsen was S.B.P. for the second semester of the '61-'62 school year. Above: "As a candidate. I pledge . . .” 117Sweetheart Candidates: Had-: L. Nelson, C. Judge, T. Goettsch, J. Agard. Front: L. Legvold, P. Duke, C. Smith, S. Hthington. Spirit Dance "A Touch of Blue” was a touch of brightness in a long semester week. For 250 students the SPIRIT dance provided an opportunity to dress up, to closely inspect the ' new” new building, and to witness the crowning of the 1962 SPIRIT Sweetheart. The dance, sponsored by the juniors on the staff, was emceed by Sports Editor, Loran Randles. " . . . Miss Sue Ethington'" 118 SUE ETHINGTON Spirit Sweetheart 119SPIRIT Staff. B.ick: Mrs. Lut , L. Randles, H. Tisdale, R. Sealock, K. Hawkes, N. Ogg. Front: T. Pappas, N. Hazel, S. Percival. K. Saral, C. Smith, T. Martini, B. Strand.Above: It's one way to count money! Chris Smith Editor-in-chief Bill Strand Assistant editor Nana Ogg Art editor Karin Saral Assistant art Tony Pappas Copy editor Sandy Percival Assistant copy Teresa Martini Ad editor Hamp Tisdale Assistant ad Nancy Hazel Photography editor Robert Sealock Photographer Richard Sealock Photographer Kris Hawkes Business manager Loran Randles Sports editor Mrs. Nancy Lutz Sponsor Above: Chris discusses some last minute details of the yearbook with Mrs. I-utz. Below: Loran and Tony wait for an inspiration. SPIRIT Reps. Back: R. Getty, J. Trow, M. Thompson, C. Ogg, J. Hinrichsen, M. Shepherd, M. Nordskog. Second: C. Hudspith, J. Hncham. S. Ratterree. M. Ashley, D. Rolf, W. Bie, B. Duke. Front: P. Bushman, M. Svec, J. Priest, C. Lasche, E. Orlovich, M. Hyler. M. Cerwick.Memories ’61-’62PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY The 1962 SPIRIT Staff wishes to thank these business men and physicians of Ames who contributed to the success of our yearbook. Bert Adams, D.O. R. R. 1 232-5173 Joseph Buchanan 2408 Lincolnway 232-3613 Rex B. Gilchrist 3001 2 Main 232-2640 Keith McNurlen 2408 Lincolnway 232-3123 A. M. Schierholz, Chiro. 501 Main 232-6171 Clark and Clark 304 2 Main 232-2501 Jensen Optical 216 Main 232-3451 Congratulations, Seniors! S. HANSON LUMBER CO. 212 Duff Ph. 232-5152 AMES, IOWA 2017 E. Lincoln Way Ph. 232-4133 SIOUX CITY, IOWA 601 Main Street Ph. 8-0509 123BEATY INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SKEIE MOTOR CO See BOB for Real Estate See EARL for Insurance Office 116 Welch Ph. 232-5115 Res. Route 1, Ph. 232-6922 PONTIAC Sales—Service Congratulations, Class of 1962 LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE: "GOOD WILL USED CARS" 202 S. Duff Ph. 232-3650 To build or buy your own home as soon as you are financially able is wise . . . and will pay good dividends. H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. Established 1891 Main and Duff Ames, Iowa 124 Gary Overland engages in his favorite pastime at TOWN COUNTRY LANES Bowling Supplies • Instructions • Lunch Counter 2' 2 Miles North of Hwy. 69 Ph. 232-5000DRIVE-IN OPEN YEAR ROUND Sunday—Thursday || A.M.— II P.M. Friday—Saturday II A.M.—12 Midnight Q C Ph. 232-5613 524 Lincoln Way AMES, IOWA The Ideal Way to Travel in a Group is by a Chartered Bus. SPIEGEL, INC. MIDWEST TRANSPORTATION, INC. 1003 Second Street PHONE 232-7270 Catalog Shopping Center Ph. 232-2452 400 Main SEVERSON INSURANCE AGENCY PAUL SEVERSON, Manager "Insure with Confidence" 1222 Kellogg Ph. 232-7203 AMES TUNE-UP Complete Automotive Service 513 Lincoln Way PH. 232-2375 125 c- D MFG. CO. AMES • IOWA BcollegiateB MANUFACTURING COMPANY 126Plant rr A.. America For More Natural Living AMES NURSERY 3 Miles South of Ames Hwy. 69 S. Ph. 232-2840 The Oldest Jewelry Store in Iowa THE PLUMB JEWELRY STORE DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE DES MOINES, IOWA AMES, lOV A Hey, Bob, you need a quart of Deep Rock!!' LARSON'S DEEP ROCK SERVICE 517 Lincoln Way Ames Over 16,000 Items for Your Convenience Means You’ll Find It at FRANGOS RESTAURANT FOUNTAIN SERVICE PIZZA STEAKS and CHOPS 210 MAIN STREET PH. 232-9710 CARR HARDWARE PH. 232-6324 AMES, IOWA BOB ALLEN RAMBLER CO. Rambler Sales and Service "America's Leading Economy Compact Car" 229 S. Duff Ph. 232-4742 127Mr. Hossle shows the advantages of Trusite glass to Chris and Nancy. HILL'S STUDIO 2530 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-4570 Linoleum—Carpeting—Tiles Rugs—Ceramics—Formica HEATON'S FLOOR COVERING, INC. Ph. 232-4151 402 Main Street Ames, Iowa "Home means more when the carpet on your floor is from Heaton's." It pays to look your best. Let a professional dry cleaner take care of your clothes. AMES PANTORIUM Finest in Cleaning 410 Douglas Ph. 232-4302 Congratulations Class of 1962 Strand PAINT COMPANY 215 Fifth Street WALTER DRUGS YOUR PRESCRIPTION!--- OUR fvlOST IMPORTANT TRUST Home of Glidden-Spred Satin Paints 217 Main Street Ph. 232-7745 128CARTER PRESS Creative Printers and Lithographers 125 WELCH AVE. AMES, IOWA The Favorite Clothing Store For Young Men. Congratulations, Seniors Garden-Fresh Vegetables Orchard-Fresh Fruits The Best in Meats Complete Stock of Nationally Advertised Canned Foods Oven-Fresh Pastries VISIT OUR STUDENTS SHOP Phone: 232-2155 ndtrdon 5 BEAUTY SALON 2528 Lincolnway Amos, Iowa Specialist in Hair Shaping Styling and Permanent Waving tr - AMES LUMBER COMPANY 501 Lincoln Way Sherry and Linda pick out shoes to go with their new outfits from Ph. 232-4772 PENNEY'S 129AMES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION A Good Place for Your Savings 300 MAIN PH. 232-2714 The Place to Meet Your Friends When You Attend I.S.U. L-WAY CAFE CAMPUS TOWN THE BOOTERY Newest Styles at Popular Prices SHELDON MUNN HOTEL WEAVER JEWELERS HAMILTON WATCHES ORANGE BLOSSOM DIAMONDS Between the Shows CAMPUSTOWN WALT'S NEWSSTAND Greeting Cards, Magazines, Books 221 Main Street, Ph. 232-0455 Karin and Sandy admire the clothes cleaned at LINDQUIST CLEANERS For the Service You Want When You Want It. 120 Hayward Ph. 232-1055 130WHATTOFF MOTOR CO Studebaker Cars and Trucks 3605 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-7450 JOHNSON LUMBER Lumber, Hardware Paint West Lincoln Way Ph. 232-2665 VAN VOORHIS PLUMBING Plumbing and Heating To Se r v Sherman Lincolnway You 120 KELLOGG Ph. 232-8081 Ph. 232-5322 WHEELOCK CONOCO SERVICE Conoco Products ★ Tires and Accessories "JOE" WHEELOCK, JR.f Owner Playing for the Polio Benefit. THE SQUIRES Jan for dinner, dancing, or just listening. Piano, vibos, guitar, string bass and our vocalist, Janet. 6th and Douglas Ph. 232-4544 JOHN QUAM JOHN LARSON DOUG PAUL 1516 Roosevelt DAN ROACH BILL JACKSON JANFT WILDMAN 232-3934 13NIMS SPORTSMAN'S The Best in Sporting Equipment 225 Main Street Ph. 232-1481 THE FAIR J. Quam and J. Larson pick out their school supplies at FASTCO DRUG 41 I Kellogg Ph. 232-3161 Dry Goods Draperies Notions 203 MAIN PH. 232-5101 When Your Shoes Need Repairing, Think of ARCHIE GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP Congratulations, Class of 1962 107 WELCH IN CAMPUSTOWN MOORE'S DAIRY HOTEL BARBER SHOP "The Shop With the Blue Window" 428 FIFTH Ph. 232-6512 IN SHELDON-MUNN PH. 232-6562ALLAN MACHINE SHOP No Job Too Large or Too Small 224 DUFF PH. 232-6505 Congratulations, Seniors BRINTNALL STANDARD SERVICE 416 Burnett Ph. 232-5564 ITALIAN TOM'S GRILL "Creators of Good Food" DOWNTOWN AMES HY-VEE FOOD STORE Open From 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. 112 S. SHELDON PH. 232-2260 BATES JEWELERS WATCHES Omega—Bulova Sandy thinks the coats at Whites are tops. WHITE'S SPECTATOR Headquarters tor Smart Sportswear STERLING SILVER Reed Barton Gorham—Wallace International—Heirloom 2400 L. WAY PH. 232-2515 219 MAIN PH. 232-1381 133Beauty Care for the Discriminating Woman FINESSE BEAUTY SALON 66 Motor Inn Lincoln Way Ames, Iowa CE 2-4667 Marion Lokken "Quality Food at Competitive Prices" PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE NINTH STREET GROCERY Fred Malander—Owner 623 NINTH STREET PH. 232-9161 Distinctive Apparel for Women 308 MAIN PH. 232-1876 "Say It With Flowers" From EVERTS 218 5th STREET PH. 232-5634 We Telegraph Flowers Loran waits while Tony opens a checking account at Ames Trust and Savings Bank. SERVING AMES AREA SINCE 1903 5th and Kellogg 134 :1m£sTiyist, S ivincvs 1 IiiIsmI1—1i'Jalih “nun I I.............................................. "7A SojJ, k kts 1 «m )aal at Jfama " J STUDENT SUPPLY STORE Spiral Notebooks—Pens and Pencils Zipper Ring Books—Slide Rules Book Covers—Drawing Paper SEE US FOR ALL YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2424 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-7665Smartest in Fashion Finest in Quality STEPHENSON'S Famous for Fabrics Conveniently located opposite campus 2428 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-3615 227 MAIN PH. 232-6135 THE HOUSE OF VISION INC. Craftsmen in Optics Cosmetic Designing of Modern Eye Wear Makers of Contact Lenses MAIN AND KELLOGG. AMES Telephone Ph. 232-4626 f) i u AMES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. MATH ISON MOTORS Ford-Falcon-Thunderbird Low Cost Financing 323 FIFTH PH. 232-5521 CAMPUS DRUG Drugs Cosmetics Magazines 2430 LINCOLN WAY PH. 232-4252 105 Kellogg Ph. 232-7320 135204 Main Ph. 232-6755 AMES FRUIT GROCERY THREE STORES TO SERVE YOU Second and Elm 24th and Grand Colorado and Lincoln Way SPUDNUT SHOP Spudnuts for All Occasions Special Price on Party Orders. Prescription Specialists Spudnuts: Glazed Chocolate Maple Spuddies: Chocolate Sugared Powdered Sugar APOTHECARY SHOP 218 MAIN 521 DUFF 319 Lincoln Way Motel 66 ph. 232-5335 Congratulations and Best Wishes TO OUR HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS We think we have a wonderful bunch of kids in Ames. We're very proud of you, hate to see you grow up, and we'll miss you when you go on to bigger things ... as we know you will. TILDEN'S AMES DEPENDABLE SINCE 1869 136Jean and Bill are going to tour -p»i to 3 Qi UROitv o 12 0 COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK DAIRY KING Cones—Sundaes—Malts 2650 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-7630 HOURS: 4 P.M. TO I A.M. PIZZA HOUSE Pizza and Spaghetti 232-1077 2504 Lincoln Way AMES, IOWA 2546 Lincoln Way, Ph. 232-4310 Insist Upon WEST STREET GROCERY Open Sundays Open Holidays 2902 WEST STREET 2 Blocks From Westgate O'NEIL'S QUALITY CHECKED ICE CREAM AND MILK Look for the Big Red Check Mark HOLTZ AND NAIRN AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate EARL HOLTZ BILL NAIRN 511 Main Street Ph. 232-5350 O'NEIL DAIRY COMPANY AMES IOWA 137Cftatedi DRIVE-IN SERVING DELICIOUS FOODS Open Daily 11:00 A.M. OPEN YEAR ‘ROUND JOE'S MEN'S SHOP These senior boys deliver papers for Your Best Buy in Men's and Boys' Apparel 2536 LINCOLN WAY PH. 232-5264 DES MOINES REGISTER AND TRIBUNE From Head to Toe Shop at JOE'S 2500 Lincoln Way 3OM 2 Kellogg Congratulations, Seniors! MOSER Luggage and Leather Store 310 Main Street Ph. 232-620 We have strived to supply your school needs. May we continue to be of service in whatever field you choose. BUSINESS MACHINES Books—Gifts—Office—School and Photographic Supplies 238 Main Ph. 232-4161 COLLEGE PIPE SHOP Your Corner Pipe and Tobacco Store CORNER OF LINCOLN WAY AND WELCH 138UNIVERSITY REXALL Prescriptions Sick Room Supplies FREE CITY-WIDE DELIVERY 2402 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-5175 Wttdnei PAINTS and WALLPAPER Picture Framing Artist Supplies COLLEGE CLEANERS 214 FIFTH PH. 232-5265 ALLEN MOTOR CO. Pick-Up and Delivery 136 Welch Ph. 232-7730 Chevrolet-Corvair Buick-Opel 5th and Douglas, Ph. 232-2462 Congratulations, 1962 Seniors UNION STORY TRUST SAVINGS BANK "Your Friendly Main Street Bank" AMES BANKING CENTER SINCE 1882 139 Main at Burnett Ph. 232-2362Croton and Favre-Leuba Watches Watch Repairing SWANK'S JEWELRY 2522 LINCOLN WAY PH. 232-6653 AMES HARDWARE MUSIC Always the Very Latest in RECORDS JAZZ—POPS—STEREO HARDWARE PAINT RADIOS RECORD PLAYERS 105 Welch Ph. 232-5405 Kris opens the door to a world of values. OSLUND'S 308 Main Ph. 232-6342 A sincere wish from Brown's: "May your education be an inspiration to your future." BROWN-SHOE FIT 317 Main Street Ph. 232-6633 THE HOME OF ALL TEEN SHOES RAINBOW COFFEE SHOP OPEN 6 A.M. to I A.M. 301 5th STREET PH. 232-9806 And to the Spirit of Ames High best wishes for success to all the Seniors from the friendly people at WARDS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 327-329 MAIN PH. 232-6531£u2 £- Z ' S z s L l Ly z 2 O Z Ls l rz tL . -%C X e 2 , p y- - 2 2-tr '-x, ' Ames High J • lrm " Aim's -'■ zj. ,vy-v.' High . . . e zsz- and the Results Are Known to All . . Through the AMES DAILY TRIBUNE "Your Hometown Newspaper"Bill chooses her flower from Dave. Since 1932 Ames High has favored COE'S ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE • RECORDS—SHEET MUSIC We Thank You • RADIOS—PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS—ORGANS • ACCORDIONS—GUITARS • STUDIO LESSONS 142 COE'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS 302 MAIN AMES, IOWA PH. 232-3624 DUNLAP MOTOR COMPANY OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Ames, Iowa Electric Wiring and Supplies NELSON ELECTRIC CO. 816 Clark Street Ph. 232-2445 HOME FURNITURE APPLIANCES PAUL R. JONES SHEET METAL The Home of Quality Merchandise 128 LINCOLN WAY PH. 232-6233 Heating, Air Conditioning and Spouting SINCE 1914 364 S. Duff Ph. 232-6252YOUNK cc Satisfaction Always ' fafafal fa cl 'JgLifaut- 'Z jzMtC "' ' sfaufaSfa Le ’ fafa-ClAJ AMES STORE • Apparel • Draperies • Fabrics • Accessories • Shoes 323 Main Ph. 232-2320 • Millinery PALMER ARMSTRONG PLUMBING CO. TRACTOR TRUCK 108 HAYWARD Machinery Parts First Door South of the College Savings Bank Phone 232-2253 STORY CITY, IOWA AMES IOWA 621 Broad So. Hiway 69 Phone Rt. 2 RE 3-2051 Phone 232-4155 GRAND AVENUE STATION "Your Skelly Man" CAMPUS CAFE Where friends meet to eat 2512 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-9739 13th AND GRAND PH. 232-4631 143CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1962 P. M. PLACE CO. 5c to $1.00 Specialists J LUCILE'S GIFT AND CHINA SHOP PHOTO FINISHERS 121 Main Mail Address Ames, Iowa P. O. Box 357 400 MAIN PH. 232-4215 Agency, Incorporated • The Spot for Homes A Complete Real Estate Service for City Property Insurance of All Kinds Travelers and Aetna Fire Phone 232-6401 319 Main Ames, Iowa BILL VOGT AL STOLL FRANK "TED” TEDESCO Jim shows Hamp and Dick the fine selection of Clothes From RYERSON'S Are Always in Good Taste. LARRY PETERSON MOTOR CO. Mercury—Lincoln—Comet English Ford—Triumph 363 SO. DUFF PH. 232-7474 DOTSON'S MOBILGAS SERVICE AMES COMPLETELY EQUIPPED WRECKER SERVICE 3329 Lincoln Way Will Serve You Anywhere COMPLETE MECHANICAL SERVICE EARL'S GARAGE 313 Main PH. 232-4564 PH. 232-2800 104 Kellogg 145RICHARDS' HOLIDAY HOUSE STEAKS—CHICKEN—PIZZA l j Mile West on Highway 30 PH. 232-9449 GULLIVER RADIO AND TELEVISION 108 Lincoln Way PH. 232-6311 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1962 A home of your own will be your best investment. HUNZIKER REALTY AND H F BUILDERS 537 Main Ph. 232-4214 — Supplement Your Wardrobe at TOWN AND CAMPUS 2514 LINCOLN WAY PH. 232-5625 KNAPP INSURANCE AGENCY 616 KELLOGG PH. 232-7060 Have fun; go bowling! TWENTIETH CENTURY BOWLING 517 S. DUFF PH. 232-5530Individuality in Good Furniture HOVERSTEN FURNITURE Furniture and Floor Coverings ADMIRAL TELEVISION AND RADIOS GENERAL FILTER COMPANY Design—Construction—Erection PRODUCTS: Iron Removal Filters Water Softeners ADMIRAL AND GIBSON REFRIGERATORS AND ELECTRIC STOVES FLEX-STEEL AND PERMALUX LIVING ROOM FURNITURE Aerators and Degasifiers Chemical Feed Equipment Coagulators and Mixers Swimming Pool Equipment 412 Main Ph. 232-2674 PHONE 232-4121 AMES, IOWA REX SERVICE STATION LEE TIRES—PHILLIPS BATTERIES GREASING —WASHING Lincoln and Franklin RAY JEWELERS Quality Diamonds 220 MAIN STREET PH. 232-4761 JOHNSON STUDIO, INC. One Mile South on 69 Ph. 232-2865 147Listen to KASI 1430 On Your Dial LOCAL NEWS MUSIC TIME WEATHER Sue receives the Spirit Sweetheart bracelet. "The New Sound in Ames" ENCO Good Luck, Class of 1962 SERVICENTER SCHOENEMAN Complete Service LUMBER COMPANY for Your Car 311 Lincoln Way HEADQUARTERS FOR HARDWARE PH. 232-9836 Paint—Plywood—Lumber and All Other Building Supplies Main and Northwestern PAUL R. JONES PH. 232-2372 SHEET METAL Heating, Air Conditioning and Spouting SINCE 1914 364 S. Duff Ph. 232-6252 148 Index Abbott, Chuck—29 Abbott. Roy—1". 64, 71 Abbott Velvet!—1" Abrams, Maria—29. 64, 65, 105 A CAPPELLA CHOIR—64, 65 Adams. Mr. Frank—10 Adams Mr Herbert—6, 11 Adams Ken—51. 60, 6". 70 Adams, Pam —60, 66, 68 Adamson, Mrs.—21 Alerter, Bev—29. 60, 62. 67, 69, 79, 105 Agard, Judy—29, 56, 104, 112, 1 IS Agard, Kim—16. 85. 106 Albertson. Frank—(S. SO Albertson. Mr Hubert—12 Alexander. Jerry Alfred. Connie—29. 56, 104 Alfred, Mike—29. 90 Allen. Gary—17. 67, 71 Allen Mike—26, 28, 46. 85, 90, 106 Allison, Mr. Leland—12 Alshouse, Marsha—46 Anderson. Dennis—51 Anderson. Lee—-15, 90 Anderson. Paul—29. 59. 60. 66. 84, 97 Anderson, Paula—51. 68 Anderson. Sandra—17 Anderson. Steve—51 Anderson. Terry—46 Anderson, Verdine—17, 66, 68 Andreski. Mr. Felix—21 ‘Andrew. Jane—17 Androy, Conrad—16, 90 Anfenson, Donna—21. 29, 86, 104 Armstrong, Don—49 Armstrong, Steve—50, 60 Arrasmith, Mary—29. 56. 73. 79. 104, 105 Ashley. Mary—29, 66, 68, 104. 121 Bacon. Elizabeth—53 Bailey. Connie—49. 69 Baker, Alan—47 Baldus. Clifton—16 Baldus. Rosali—52, 57. 72 Ballard. Robert—51 Ballard, Sharon—29. 104 Bancroft. Louise—51, 57. 67, 68 BAND—60. 61 Banks. Barbara—49. 72 Bappe. Sharon—29. 104 Barnett. Denby—51. 66. 70. 85. 97. 109 Bjrnhart, Pat—29 Barrie. Bob—51 Barron. Rhea—17. 57. 67, 69. 72 Barrow, Ann—51, 67, 68 Bartels, Arthur—49 Barton. Tom—19. 71 BASKETBALL—98. 99. 100, 101. 102 Bates. Art—29 Bath. Gary Batman. Dave—47 Bauge. Rita—29 Baughman, Sarah—29. 56. 57. 62. 65. 104 Beach, Doug—46 Bean. Barbara—47. 60, 64, 78 Beaty, Bob—28. 47. 64, 71 Beck. Bill—46, 5S Begg. Gary—30 Beliles. Mrs. Eloise—12 Bellinger, Mike— Bender Richard—30, 16 Bengtson, Mr. Leonard—13 Bennett, Pat—17, 69 Berck, Mona—17, 69, 73 Bcrgeson. Linda—46 Bergland, Bruce—26, 30, 90. 106 Bcrgland Linda—47, 69.80 Bie, Wendy—30, 62, 67, 69, 104, 121 Bishop, Anne—52 Bishop, Archie—53, 97 Black. Eugene- 46 Black. Richard—51. 66. 70. 85. 97 Blair. Sandy—51. 67, 68 Blanford, Betty—49. 57 Boehnke, Mary—49, 62. 67. 69 Bogue, Caroline—50. 60. 61. 84. 104 Borden, Esther—30. 79, 104 Bortle. Maryann—30. 79. 82. 105 Borwick, Kathy—51. 72 Bowan, Shirley—51. 72 Bowers, Dale—46 Boylan, Sharon—47, 60, 62, 67 BOYS' GLEE CU B—70. 71 Bragonier. Mary—47, 60, 64, 66, 73 Brandenburg. Janice—17. 69 Brandt. Caroline—30. 57. 72. 105 Braun, Carol—30, 66, 69, 104 Breckenridge, Linda—30, 56, 57. 104, 105 108 Breckenridge. Randy—46, 85, 90 Brown, Arlyn—30, 60, 61. 62 Brown. David—16 Brown. David—49 Brown, Dennis—58, 60, 67, 71 Brown, Donald—51 Brown. John—51, 66. 71 Brown, Judy—66. 68 Brown. Kendrick—30. 59, 60 Brown, Marguerite- 44, 60. 66, 84 Brown, Mike—51. 71 Brown. Sarcn—19. 72 Brown. Shirleyann Buchholtz. Marg—17, 60. 64. 66 Buck. John—51 Buck. Mrs. William—10 Burns, John—51, 97 Bushman. Pam—47, 60, 62. 6-1, 121 Busick. Martha—51 CAFETERIA—21 Caldwell, Connie—30. 105 Caldwell, Stanley—51, 60 Callahan. Norm—28. 30. 64, 71. 90, 106 Cambs, K.—47 CAMPAIGN—117 Campbell. Connie—30, 57, 104, 109 Campbell, Mike—30 Canvin. Miss Madalene—13, 49 Caquelin, Robert—49, 97 Carbrey, Ellen—49. 62 CAREER NIGHT—114 Carlson. Cathy—51, 72 Carlson Dennis—17 Carlson. Norn—31 Carmcan. Carol—49. 57 Carmean, Charlie—31. 90 Carr. Bob—»6 Carr. Bob -31. 64. 71. 84 Carr, Don—47. 64, 71. 85. 90 Carr. Phil—51, 58. 85, 97 Carver, Craig—31, 90, 106 Caven. Mary—51, 68. 86 Cerwick, Joel—31, 60, 61. 62 Cerwick, Mary—49. 62. 67, 68, 121 Chalmers. Margo—47 Chase. Steve—31 CHEERSQUAD—107 Chipman, Dan—46, 60, 66, 71, 109 Childs, Diane- 51, 57, 66, 68. 82, 86 Childs. Mike—31. 58. 87 Chittenden. Barbara—21, 31, 86, 104 Chittenden. Naneie—49 CHRISTMAS FORMAL—116 Christopherson. Judy Clapp. Arzy—21, 31 Clapp, Garland—21, 47 Clark. Dick 31, 60, 65. 68. 71, 85, 90, 106 Clark. John—31 Clayberg, Rickey—49 Clem, Marilyn—16 Clemens. Kent—31. 72, 79, 86, 109 Clouser. Galen—31 Clouser. Gary—51 Cole. Bob—51 Cole. Mr. Don—12. 46 Cole. Jess- -60. 90 Coletti, Jane—17. 65. 66, 107 COLLEGE NIGHT—114 Combs. Kcnard— Conley. Edward 19 Constantine, Chris- -31, 86, 104 Constantine. Chris—-51, 69 Constantine. Dean 46 Cook, Nancy—51. 68, 72. 82 Cook. Susanne—19. 72 Cook, Terry-—45. 60. 70 Cooper, Sue—53. 57, 72 Corbin, Janice— Cott. Randy—31. 65. 71, 79. 90 Cottrill, I inda—52 COURT DAY—115 Covey, Mr Hiram—12, 47, 90 Cox. Jeff— 50. 85. 97 Coy, Gary—47, 67. 70 Craig, Cynthia—52, 57, 69 Craig, Gary—31. 90, 106 Craig, Joyce—51, 57, 66, 68. 72 Craig, Phillip—45, 60 Craig, Steve—49 149Crain. Jean—47 Crain, Jim—49 Criswell, Billie -47, 67. 68 Cross, Mr Wayne—13, 2, 66. 68. 70 Cross ley. Sue—16 Cullin. R.—50 Cumming, Bruce—5o Curry, Janice—17, 60, 62, 65, 79 Cl M ODI AN—21 Dahl. Jerry—-17 Dahlmeir, Fret!—51, 97 Dailey. Bill—31. 85. 90 Dalton, Bette—21, 32. 10-1 Dalton. Dennis— Danielson. Lee—51, 60. 70 Davidson. Ed—46 Davidson. Jean—51 Davidson. Ray—11 Davidson. Russell—51 Dawson, Sally—52. 104 Day. Mr. Richard—13 Deal. Richard—17 DEB A I E—79 D E C A —87 De Moss, C»ary—45 De Moss, Karen—32 Dennis. Barb—32. 86. 104 De Young. Jan—17. 60. 62. 64. 67. 71 De Young. Jean—32. 104 Dickinson. Mrs. Elizabeth—13. 82 Dickson. Joyce—»7. 60. 64 Dixon, Torn—51, 66. 70 Doggett, Dave—32 Donhowe. Eric—51 Dotson. Robert—51. 66. 70. 85 Dove, Lloyd 21. 47 DRAMA—72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77 Duke. Bill -26. 51. 67. 70. 85. 97. 121 Duke. Peg—32. 56. 57. 64. 73. 104. 112. 113, 118 Dumenil, Robert—52 Duncan, Ken—51. 67. 70 Dunlap. John—15. 58. 85. 90, 109 Dunlap. Zac—1“ 85, 109 Durby. Bertha—72 Durian. Nan—32. 78. 86. 104 Easton Bill— -17, 87 Edwards. Dean—32 Ecrnisse. Ken—53. 67, 70 Elbert. Ken—52 Elbert. Michael 51 Elbert. Sue—47. 57, 72. 77 Ellett. Steve—32, 73 Ellington. Penny-—16, '2 Elliot. Jim—51 El Tawil, Zeinab—32 Enser. Larry—19. 97 Epstein. Kathleen—51 Epstein, Steve—15 Erickson. Judy—52, 72 Erickson. Mrs.—21 Erskine. Gary—51. 97 Index Ervin, Vicki—46. 66. 68 Ethington, Sue—32. 56. 65. 105, 107. 112. 118. 119 Evans. Doug -45 Everson. John—28. 32. 65, 71. 90 FACULTY—12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20 Farley. Ruth—»7. 62. 65 Fatland, Roy—45 Feamster. Scott—32. 60, 78. 79 Feamstcr, Susan—21. 47. 67. 69. 79. 82 Fein berg, Ellen—51. 72 Fellinger. Mike— Fellows. Jean—28. 32. 56. 104. 108. 114 F.H A — 86 Fields. Lois—52, 57. 66. 69. 82 FILM OPERATORS CLUB—87 Fincham. Jim—51 Fincham, Judy—32. 57. 104. 121 FIRESQUAD—85 Fisher. David 45. 90 Fiske. Diane—33, 65, 104 Fitzgerald, Vicki—33, 104 Fleming, Linda—15 Folk, Donald—47 Foderburg. DeAlta—51, 69 FOOTBALL 90. 91. 92. 93. 94, 95. 96. 97 Forsythe, Sherry-—33. 105 Fortner. Larry—51 Fowles, Darrell 33. 90 Fox. Nick—33. 90. 106 Frame. Donald—15 Frazier. Kathy Frederick. June—52. 69. 72 Freel, Bary—45 Frcel. Sandra—33, 104 French, David—17. 60, 64. 71, 90 Friesner. Wayne—33. 64. 71 107, Friest, Jan—15.72,121 Fulcomer, Jan—51. 68. 72 Gammon. Carey—33 Gammon. Steve—15 Garrett. Mrs, Avonelle—14. 79 Geiger. Carolyn—33, 60, 62, 73 Getty. Rita—52, 82. 121 Gibson. Dick—28. 45, 109 Gilchrist. Jim—52. 97 GIRL RESERVE—56. 57 GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB—68. 69 Glamser, Miss Wanda-—14, 104 Glosemeycr, Theresa—51 Goettsch, Gloria—16 Goettsch, Toi—33. 56. 65, 73, 104, 107, 118 Goldsbury, Sarah—33. 105 Goodman. Margaret—33, 105 Gott. Gary—52, 67. 71. 72 Gould, Jim—33, 58 Grabau, Martha—51, 67, 68. 86 Grabau. Tom—45. 65, 71. 85. 90. 106 Graca, Anne—33. 56. 78. 84, 104 Gray. Cirre Sue—33. 104 Green. Carol—34. 104 Green, Ellen—47. 65 Green, Judy—34. 104 Green. Mike—52 Greene. Archie—28. 47. 56. 65, 71. 73 Greene. Ruth—51. 67. 68 Greiner. Marilyn—47. 67. 69 Griffith. Jo Ann—47 Groomcs. Tom—34. 52 Gross. Dave Gulden. Fred—16. 60. 65. 71 Gunderson. Dave—34 Gunncrson. Dave—34, 105 Hach. Mary—47. 62. 63 Hageman, Danna—51. 66. 69 Hagen. Barbara—51. 72 Hagen. Carolyn—17. 69 Hagen. Dean—47 Hague. Judy—17 Hall, Gary—52 Hall. Vicki—34, 104 Halterman, Gdin—21. 50 Hamilton. Mr. Robert—15. 53, 72. 73 Hannum. Jim—45. 60 Hannum. Dr. Tom—10 Hannusch. Melvin—-15 Hannusch. Vicki—51 Hanwav. John—50, 60, 66, 70 Harris, Joe—-16. 87 Harris, Paul—66, 70. 90 Harris. Phil—34, 57 Harstad, Larry—52 Hart. Jerri—34. 67. 69, 82 Hartley, Jennifer—52. 72 Harch. Bonnie—15, 73 Hatasaki, Gloria—44 Hathaway. Paul— Hatsios. Kosta—19 Haupt, Carol—18. 67. 69. 72, 82 Haupt, Karen—IS. 56, 66, 68, 73, 82. 108 Hausheer. Mr. Maurice—15. 9" Hausner. Steve—52 Havener, Mr. Charles—15 Hawk, Lcnore—34. 56. 57, 75. 105 Hawkcs, Kris—34. “3. 84, 104, 120, 121 Hayward. Richard—-19, 66 Haynes, Jean—54, 86 Hazel, Bob—52 Hazel, Nancy—28. 34. 64. "9. 104 Heady. Marilyn—34. 104. 112 Heady. Steve—51 Hedbcrg, Gene—34, 79 Hedberg, Larry—52 Heddlcston, Carol—52, 68 Heers, Ed—52 Hcggen, Marcia—34. 104 Hegland, David—53. 62 Heldt, Don Hendrickson. Jane—66. 6S. 72 Hetzel, Mr. Walter—10 Hicdcman. Mr. Dale—14 Hildebrand. Mike—49, 67, 70 150Index Hildreth. Kent—51. 97 Hills Jacqueline—51, 66. 6$. '2 Hills, Liny— 34. 85. 90. 106 Hinrichsen. John— 35. S5. 106. 117, 121 Hinrichsen. Mary—51. 66. 6S. SO Hiserote, Bette—51 HI V—5S. 59 Hofstad, Margery—iS Hofstad, Rebecca—19. 67 Holdredge. Judy—35, 105 Holmes. Barbara—19, 67, 6S HOMECOMING—112, 113 Horswcll, Karla—52 Hostetter, Karen—15. 57, 66. 6S Hostcttcr, Sandra—35. 57. 10-1 Howard. Donna—19, 60, 6S Howell. Mr. Herbert—10 Howerton Garv 53, 60. 67 Hudspith Carolyn—IS, 56, 69, 75. 121 Huhn. Ben—35 Huhn, Marti—52 Huntress, Jon—35 Huntsberger, David—35, 72 Hunzikcr. Bob—35. 58. 72. 90 Hurless. Terry—35 Hylcr. Mary—16. 57. - 2. 121 Inglis. Mike—35. 90, 106 Ingvolstad. Jim—66, 70, 80 INTRAMURALS—109 Jackson, Bill—35. 59. 85 Jarvis. Linda—18, 69, 73 Jefferson. Larry—19 Jeffrey. Jim—35. 64. 71, 78. 85. 90, 106 Jetmund, Diane—48, 64 Johnson. Donna—52 Johnson. Joyce—69. 72 Johnson. Marie—18, 69, 72 Jones. Charles—35, 90 Jones. David— Jones. Mr. James—14 Jones. Nancy—48. 67. 69 Jones. Virginia—52, 72 Jordison, Dean—18, 67, 70 JOURNALISM—79 Judge, Charlotte—35, 104. 105. 112, 118 Judge, Theresa—18 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY - 76. 77 JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL—28 JUNIOR GIRLS’ SEXTET—66, 71 JUNIORS—44. 45. 46. 47. 48 Kalton. Joanne—4 , Kammerer. Kim—44 Kammerer, Kit—15 Karns. Mike—35, 59. 90. 106 Kce, Tom—60. 97 Keigley, Paul— Keller. Belt)-—21. 35. 57, 62. 63, 84. 104 Keller. Marsha—52. 72 Kelley, Bob—35 Kelso David—51. 97 Kennedy, John— Kctelson, Randy—16, 114 Kilstrom, Ralph—18 King, Edwars—53 Kirk. Carol—48 Kirkham, Mary Beth—36 Klingseis. Jim -35, 58. 69. 90. 106 Klingseis, Mary Ann—53 Klopf, John—15 Klucis. Sharon—48 Knapp, Chuck—50. 80. 85. 97 Knott, Dewayne— Korbitz, Mary—35, 104 Kropf, Collin—»9. 67. 70. 97 Kutish. Kathleen—82 Lambert. Mike—16. 85 Landsberg, Bill—28. 36. 85 Landsberg, Tom—19. 66, 70, 97, 109 Lange. Dean—36 Lange. Dennis—53. 97 Lange. Patricia—19 LANGUAGE CLUBS—80. 81 Larsen. Judith—19. 60. 68 Larson, John -36. 61. 67. 68. 71. 78. 117 Larson. Linda—68, 72 Larson. Lynn—36. 66. 104 Larson, Paulette—49. 66. 68 Larson, Terry—19. 57 Lasche, Carol- -36, 79. 121 Lasche. Jack—17. 58. 60. 67, 71. 85 Lasche. Mary—53. 62, 66. 68 La Velle. T. E.—10 Lee, Donagene—53 Lee. Janice—36, 79, 104 Leg void, Cathy—19. 57. 60. 67. 68. 72 Lcg'cld, Lcnesa 36. 56. 62. 64. 73. 79. 105, 112, 114, 118 Lester, Howard—36 LIBRARY CLUB—82 Lindell, Barbara—28. 48 Linder, Jim—97 Link. Sandra—36. 104 Linn. Mr. Wallace—14. 53. 90 Lint. Ken—16. 87. 90 Litchfield, Don—46 Litchfield, Roger—46 Litchfield. Velma—53 Lloyd. Rick 18. 60. 65. 71. 85. 90. 114 Lorcnzcn. Roger—50 Love, Dale— Love, Gene—45 Lowric. Rolfe—53 Lowther, Nancy—48. 57. 67, 69. 73 Lundvall, Ann—36. 56, 105 Lundvall. Dick—53 Lutz, Mrs. Nancy—15. 120, 121 Lyttlc, Jim—36 Maas. Stuart—47, 67, 71 Maas, Sydra—37, 79. 82 Mack, Craig—50. 85. 97 Magoon. Gary—18, 90 Malone, Mama—52. 67, 68. 82 Manchester. Kathy—53, 69. 72 Markcn, Clint—90, 109 Marken. Jim—37, 46, 87 Marsh, Mrs. Maud—21 Marshall, Chip—37. 72 Marston, Elaine—53, 72 Martin. Ernie—37 Martin. Marie—37 Martin, Sherry—37. 57. 73. 80, 105 Martini, Teresa—37, 104, 120 Mathison. Susan—52. 72 Mathre. Dal -48, 67. 70 Matterson. Charlie- 37, 64, 58, 70 Mattson. Judy—37. 67. 69. 78 Mattson. Kathy—52. 67. 69 Maxwell. Margaret—48. 73 May, Mary—52 McBride, Mr. George—15 McCartney. Helen— McCay, Sara—36. 56, 104 McCluggage. Jim—52 McConnell. Pat—19. 68, 80 McCowen. Pat- -28. 48. 56. 62, 64, 66 McCoy. Holly—82 McCoy. Larry—52. 66, 70 McDonald. Pam—19, 72 McFarland. Dennis—52 McGinnis, Perry—49 McGuire. Mike— McGuire. Paul—36, 90, 106 Me Hone. Lee Ann— McHone. Murray—37 McIIwain, Jack—50 Mclnnis, Bill—48 McKenna. Bob—45 McKinley, Mike—15, 90. 106 McLaughlin. Mike—48, 72. 79 McMahon. Phyllis—19, 86 McMillin. Charlene—52, 79 McNally. Miss Mary—16 McQuade. Joe—37 Meier. Barb—16. 65 Mesmer. Dan—16, 60 Meyer. Carol—48. 66, 68 Mickclson. Butch—46. 58, 90, 106 Middents, Mr. Joe—21 Middents. Mr. Richard—21 Miller. Bcv—18. 57. 67, 69 Miller. Bob—52. 60. 71 Miller. Don G.—16 Millei, Don V.—46. 60, 62 Miller. Jean—14, 56. 68 Miller. Steve—52, 67. 70. 97 Millikcn, William—48, 71 Millspaugh, Dick—44 MIXED CHORUS—66. 67 Moberg, Mr. Dean -16, 62 Montgomery. Mary—53 Moppin. Carl—52 Morgan, Roberta—53 Morrison, Terry—16, 85. 90 Myers. Dennis—60. 97 Myers. Glenda—53. 67. 69. 81 151Index Mulhall, Gary—14. 90 Mullin, Roger— Neal, Walter—57. 78. 79 Nelson, Gloria—-4 1, 69. 72 Nelson. Jeanette—55 Nelson, Jerry—44. 65, 71 Nelson, Linda—37, 104, 112, 115, 118 Nelson. Marilyn— Nervig, Doreen—52 Neville. Diane—37, 79. 80. 84. 104, 108 Nichols. Harold—44. 73. 79. 82 Nichols, Judy—37. 104 Nichols. Ken—37. 44 Nichols. Steve—14. 60. 64, 71 Nicholson, Rex—38 Nickey, Karen—44, 60, 64, 66 Nicolle, Donna—52. 66. 68 Nicolle. Karen Noid. Dolores—58. 73. 104 Noid, Nancy—52, 68 Nolin, Jean—»7. 60. 62. 64. 71 Nordhagen. Cynthia—52. 57 Nordskog, Bill—52. 97 Nordskog, Mary—46, 57, 121 Norris, I.orna -44. 60. 62 O'Conner. Rose—46 Oest. Beth—44, 66. 69 Ogg. Clayton—67. 70, 90. 106, 121 Ogg, Nancy—38. 73. 104, 120 Olson. Janet—72 Oppedal. Diana—46 ORCHESTRA—62. 63 Orlovich. Eileen—38, 57. 73. 80. 10-1, 121 Orngard, Jim—52 Osam. Leslie—36, 57. 60, 62, 64. 79, 84. 104 Oshel, David—28. 38 Oshel, Robert—53. 97 Osland. Allen—46. 60 Oslund. Mrs. Marcia—38 Ostrem. Dennis—51. 97 Ourth. Mr. Oscar—16 Overland. Gary— Overturf. Mr. James—17, 87 Packer, Juliann—38. 57, 62, 105 Painter. Jan-—72 Palmer, Penny—45 Page. Mr. Kenneth—17 Pankey, Virginia—19 Pappas. Tony—38, 78. 90, 120, 121 Parker, Darlene—53, 66 Parker, Linda—52. 72. 82 Parks. Judy—52 Pedersen. Jerry—53 Penkhus, Steve—46 Penny, Norman—49, 66, 70, 97 PEP CLUB—104, 105 Percival, Sandy—44, 73, 120 Petefish, Ann—38, 86, 104 Peters, Jerry—52, 67, 70, 97, 109 Peterson. Bruce—38, 60, 62, 65, 70 Peterson. Curt—52 Peterson, David—44, 60, 64, 71 Peterson. Donna—52 Peterson. Jeff—44. 64. 71, 90. 106 Peterson. Mark—52, 70 Phillips, Sharon—53, 62, 67, 69 Picken. Barb—14, 56, 69. 73 Piercy, Joel—38 Pirtle, Diana—38 Pirtle. Edyie—86 Plumb. Ron—53. 58. 67. 71. 97. 109 Pogwizd. Russ—44 Politis. Elaine—52. 68. 72 Politis. Helen—38, 79. 105 Powell. Peggy—60 Preston, John—21, 90 Proffitt. Chuck—16 Pyle. Bill—44. 60. 64 . 70 Quam, John—38, 60, 61, 62, 66 Quam, Marilyn—50, 60, 68 Quinn, Joe—21, 52, 72 Rademacher, JoAnn—50. 67, 68 Radcmacher, John—38, 58, 59, 87, 90 Ragsdale. Ann—39 Rah, Janet—39 Ramsey, Leonard—46 Randall, Charles—-14 Randecker, Carolyn—50, 72 Randles. I.oran—39. 59. 60, 79. 85. 120, 121 Ratterree, Susan -39, 104. 121 Ree, T.—49 Reinberger, Peggy—50, 72 Reinbold, George—39 Reid. Patty. 44. 56, 73, 87 Reitty, James Reity, Betty—53 Reno, Mrs. Mary—16 Rice. Tom—53, 67, 71 Richards, Mary—50, 67, 68 Rickets. Jim—39. 85. 90, 106 Riecken, Fern—39, 69, 79. 82, 104 Riegal, Virginia—44, 65, 79 Rigg, Katy Jo—50 Riggs, Jane—14, 65, 71 Riggs, Peggy—50. 66. 68. 72 Ripp, Mr. William—16, 80, 85 Risdal. Jon—44, 87 Risden, Candy—50 Risden. Joe—39. 72 Ritland, Mr. Everett—11. 28 Ritland, John—39. 59. 85. 90. 106 Roach. Dan—44, 60, 62 Roberson. Pat—39. 72. 104 Robinson. Betsy—53 Rod. Jim—39. 79, 90 Rocpke, Libby—46, 66. 68 Rogers, Bruce—52. 66. 71 Rolf. Dava—52. 57, 121 Rogness, Susan—53 Rose, I.eandra—50. 57, 67, 69 Rosebrook, Barb—50. 67. 68. 107 Roscbrook, Bill—28. 39. 58. 59. 60. 62. 68. 71. 78. 106 Ross. Martha—39. 104 Ross, Tom—52 Rouse, Leslie—39 Routh. Arlcn—39 Routh, Pam—14, 57. 60. 67. 68 Rouze. Carol—28. 44, 60, 62. 65. 66. 73 Rowe, Gary’— Rowell. Bob—14. 72. 90 Ruggles, Ren—39 Rullestad. Steve—46. 72 Russell. Sharon—53. 86 Ruhe. Jon—53 Ruhe. Robin—10. 104. 108, 114 Rundlc, David—40 Rundle. John—44, 60 Runyan. Don—46. 64. 71. 106 Rush, Sue—14, 57, 72 Rutter. Bill—40. 87 Salisbury. Marilyn—40. 84. 104 Salisbury. Rick—44 Sales. Jeff—45, 65. 70 Sande. Ann—40, 60. 62, 104 Saral. Karin—14, 56. 73. 120 Sargent. Lee—53 Saturen. Judi—10. 57, 104 Saul. Bill—50, 60. 67, 70 Saul, Sally—53. 72 Sawyer. Jo—40. 62. 6-1, 105 Schank, Dick—44 Schlarb. Clarence—10 Schlebecker. Sue—50. 72 Schoenbaum, Rick SCHOOL BOARD—10 Schrocder. Mike—45 Schumer. Phil—17 Schwartz, Mike—50. 67. 97 Schworm. David—50, 66, 70, 97 Schworm, Sally—46, 67. 69 SCIENCE SEMINAR—83 Sdarow, Marvin—53. 97 Scott. Dennis—10 Scott. Janice—49 Scott. Ron—46, 60 SCRATCH PAD—79 Sealine, Barbara—50, 57, 66, 68, 72 Sealock. Richard—15. 80. 120 Sealock Robert—10, 58. 120 Searls, Dave—53 SENIOR BOYS' QUARTET—68 SENIOR CLASS—29, 30, 31, 32. 33, 34. 35. 36. 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 SENIOR SENATE—28 Severson, Allen—44 Shadle, Mr. Owen—17 Shadle. Sue—53. 57. 72 Shepherd, Margaret—50. 80, 121 Sherick. Dan—51 Shucy, Pam—47 Shuman. Kathleen—51 Sielert. Mr. Gcraid—17 152Index Siemers Curt—28. 44 Siemcrs. Judy—10. 10-1 10.8 ''ills Diane—46 Simons Marian—'2, 69 Simpson. Allan—50, 66. '0 Singer. Mrs. William—10 Sivesind. Chuck '0, 60. 67, 70. SO Skeie, Sandra—40 Skold Karen—A 60, 6-1. 73 Skrdla. Ron—45. 60. 67. 71 Smalling Mr. Ray- -17. 48. 109 Smedal Karen—40, 73. 104 Smith Chris—11, 40. 56. 62. 63. 65. 79. 104. 118, 120 Smith Claudia—10. 79. 104 Smith. Frank—15 65, 71 Smith. Joi—50. 60. 66. 69. '2 Smith, Mike—52 Smith Randy—50. 9” 109 Smith Shirley—50. 66. 68 SOCIAL SCIENCE SEMINAR S3 Soden. Bobby—50. 57. 60. 62. 6'. 68 Soesbe, Steve 44. 90. 106 SOPHOMORE CLASS- 49. 50. 51. 52. 53 Sorensen, Carol—53. 57. 67. 69 Sorensen. Sharon- 53. 69, "2 Soults, Bill—50, 58. 66. 85, 97 Sou Its, Sue—10, 56, 64. 104. 107, 112. 113 Soy. Jean Spatchcr. Mr. Cecil—18. 44. 90 Spear, Dennis—41 Spear. Kathy—66. 69. 82 Speck. Dianna—11 Speer. Ann—16. 72 Speer. Richard— 11 Spencer. Darlene—41. 56. 79. 104 Spicbcrg. Tija—46. 57. 73 SPIRIT DANCE 118. 119 SPIRIT REPRESENTATIVES—121 SPIRIT STAFF—120. 121 Sprague. Margaret—41. 104 Squires. Barb—14. 72 Stafford. Miss Marilyn—18. 56, 57 Starr. Joy—53, 69. 72 Stauder. Bob—44 Stein. Debbe—50. 60. 72 Stephenson. Linda—67. 69. 82 Stephenson. Wally—41. 90, 106 Stewart, Julia—49 Stine. Kathy—11. 56. 73. 80. 104 Stober. Dick—44 Stone, Brian Stone. Mr. Edwin—19. 59 Storby. Marcia—11. 60 Strand. Bill—45. 62. 63. 64. 71. 120, 121. 143 Stucky. Sue—50, 66. 68, 72. 107 STUDENT COUNCIL—26, 27 STUDENT TREASURERS—84 Sturtevant, Mr. Floyd—19 SUPERINTENDENT—10 Svec, Mary—44, 73, 121 Swanson. Betty—50. 68 Swanson, Lynn 41, 60. 79. 82. 101 Swift. Sharon—11. 64, 104 Synhorst. Louise- 41, 57 Talcott, Bob—41, 60, 65. 68. 71 Talcott Ken—50j 60. -l Tanner. Ken—14 Tauber, Mrs. Anne—19 Taylor, Linda—50, 57 Taylor, Sherry Taylor, Richard Templeton, Janice—50. 86 Tesdahl, Robert Thogerson, Sandy—45, 69 Thogerson, Stan—41. 73. 78 Thompson. Carolyn—45. 73 Thompson. David—41, 87 Thompson, Mrs. Evelyn—18. 44, 56. 57, 79 Thompson. Martha—67, 72 Thompson, Mary- -50, 68, 72, 121 Thompson. Richard—17 Thompson. Robert—48 Thoreson, Karen—15. 57. 69 Thorson, Eugene—50. 97 Thorson. Joy—67 Thorson, Wayne—45. 67. 71. 90 Throckmorton. Betty- 41. 78 Tice, Tom—14, 106 Timm. Suzanne—44, 57 Timmons, John—50, 67, 71 Tisdale, John—-15, 120 Toms, Ann—44, 57, 107 Tonne. Mary—41, 78. 79. 10 1 Torkelson. Karen—48. 68. 72 Townsend. Paul—42. 58. 59. 60. 85. 90, 106 TRACK—103 Trexel. Dick—28. 42. 60. 62. 65, 71 Trout. Miss Betty—18 Trow. Jim—15. 85. 106, 121 Trump. Dick—12. 60. 62. 67. 71. 79 Trump, Mr. Richard—18 Tuttle. Jim—52 Tyson. Jim—12, 90 Uhl. Nancy—47, 65. 71 I'kena. Tom—50. 60, 66, 70, 85 Underhill. Mr. W. R.—10 Ustrud. Carole—50, 67. 68 Uthe. Linda—45, 79 Vandecar. Mrs. Dorothy—19 Vjn Houwcling, Don—52. 97 Van Eps, Janet—42, 82, 86. 104 Van Ness. Jean—12. 57. 72. 104 Van Scoy. Tom—14 Van Voorhis. Virginia—50 Van Winkle. Judy—45. 69 VARSITY CLUB—106 Vegors, Mrs. Aurilla—19. 45 Vierkant. Mary Lee—53 Vinograde, Polly—45, 67, 69, 73 Vivian, Jim—42 Voelker, Vivian—28, 45, 60, 66. 68 Voigt, Maryanne—42, 57, 60. 62, 64, 78, 79. 80, 105 Von Bergen. Becky—45, 60, 62. 72, 108 Von Wittich. Miss Barbara—19 Voss. Dive- 12 Wagaman. Julie—42. 104 Walker. Robert 50. 67 Walkup, Martha—50 Walsh, Eileen—45. 57 Walter. Dr. Jim—10 Walters, Elli—44. 73. 82 Warren. Jim—53 Warren, Ron—42 Warren. Stanley - -44 Warren, Steve—50 Watkins, Terrance—50. 97 Webb, Richard—44 WEB STAFF—79 Weiser, Donna—53. 68. 82 Weiss, Pat—45, 60, 66, 69 Wells, Mr. Kenneth -20, 90 Wells. Mar)—45, 60. 62, 64, 71 Wessman, Steve—52 Westvold. Steve Wettcland. Jerry 42 Whaley. Mr. Earl—21 Whaley. Mrs. Earl—21 Whaley. Melvin—44 Wharton, Jack—13 Whattoff. Mar '—44 Wheeler. Dave—53, 97 Wheciock, Cheryl 44, 84, 104, 105 Wheelock. Linda—43, 104, 105 Wheciock, Mary—53, 69, 72. 107 White. Dave—43 Whitescll. Gar)' 43 Whitcsell. Nancy- 15, 82 Whitney. Mrs. Charlotte—20. 56, 57 Wickersham, Bill—50, 66. 67. 70. 79 Wiener. Patty- 50. 66. 68. 107 Wierson. Laura—50. 68 Wilcox, Miss Edna—20. 56 Wilcox. Mark—50 Wildman, Janet—45. 56, 62. 64, 71. 79. 80 Wiidman, John- 50, 60, 66. 70 Williams, Chuck 50, 97 Williams. Jim -43. 85 Wilson, Lonnie—13. 79 Wilson. Mike—50, 60, 66. 71 Winton, Helen 43, 104 Wood. Mr. Walter—20 Woods. Marc—50. 58. 67. 70. 72. 79. 85. 97 Workman, Marilyn—15. 57. 73 Wright. Jim—50. 66, 71. 97 Wright. Marcia—45, 68, 73 Yeaman. Mike—49 Young, Lonnie—44, 66 Young, Mrs. Mary I.ou—20 Younie. Robbie—50, 70 Zanders, Miss Marlene—20, 108 Zcliadt, Larra—45. 66. 68 Zurborg, Bill—43, 90 153Senior Activities CHARLES ABBOTT: HR 163; Band 2; Hi-Y i. 2, 3. MARIA DEL PILAR ABRAMS: HR 128; G.R. 2. 3; Pcp Club 3; Moved From Isabela, Puerto Rico, 2. BEVERLY KATHRYN AEGERTER: HR 233; Band 1, 2. 3; GRA 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3; G.R. 1. 2. i; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3; Orchestra 3; Pep Club 3; Scratch Pad Staff 2, 3. JUDITH ANN AGARD: HR 163. Pres. 1; GRA 1. 2. 3. Cab. 2. Point Keeper 2; Glee Club I; G.R. 1. 2, 3, C.ib. 2, 3. Sec. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3: Student Council 1; Jun. Exec. 2. CONNIE MAE ALFRED: HR 233. V.-Pres. 1. Soc. Chm. 1. Sec. 3; Band 1. 2, 3; Cheersquad 1. 2: GRA 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1 2; G.R. 1, 2. 3. Cab. 3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club 3. MICHAEL DENNIS ALFRED: HR 233. V.-Pres. 1. Pres. 2; Band 1; Glee Club 1; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Intra- mural Council 2; Mixed Chorus 1: Student Council 2. PAUL EDW ARD ANDERSON: HR 233. Pres. 2. 3: Band 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1; Drama 1; Football 1. 2, Asst. Coach 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3. V.-Pres. 3, Rep. I; Intramural Council 1; Mixed Chorus l; Student Council 2. 3; Asst. General Treas. 3; Track 1. 2. 3. DONNA KAY ANFENSON: HR 233; FHA 2, 3; GRA 2. 3. Rep. 3; G.R. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 3. MARY SUE ARRASMITH: HR 163. See 2; Band 1; Drama 1, 2. 3: G.R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 2. 3: Palm Club 2. 3. Pres. 3; Pep (dub 3. Council 3; SPIRIT Rep. 2. MARY I.OU ASHLEY: HR 163, Sec. 3: GRA 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3: Rep. 2: Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 3. SHARON KAY BALLARD: HR 233. Sec. 2; GRA 1. 2, 3, Rep. 3: Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2; Pep Club 3- SHARON FAYE BAPPE: HR 233; GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1, 2; G.R. 1, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Pep Club 3- PATRICIA ANNE BARNHART: HR 233; FHA 1. 2. His- torian 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. ARTHUR S. BATES: HR 233; Football 1; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Track 1. RITA ANN BAUGE: HR 233; G.R. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. Moved From Raddiffe, Iowa. 2. SARAH JULIET BAUGHMAN: HR 233. Pres. 1; Choir 2. 3; GRA 1. 2: Glee Club 1. See. 1; G.R. 1. 2, 3, Cab. 3. Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 1: Orchestra 1, 2. 3; Pep Club 3; Student Council 1. GARY LEE BEGG: HR 233; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. RUSSELL BENDER: HR 111; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3- BRUCE WILLIAM BERGLAND: HR 163. Pres. 2; Baseball 1. 3: Basketball 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Jun. Excc. 2; Student Body Pres 3; Student Council 2, 3; Track 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 2. 3: Moved From Ortonvillc, Minnesota, 1. WENDY BIE: HR 233. V.-Pres. 3. Glee Club 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Orchestra 3; Pep Club 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3; SPIRIT Rep. 3; Moved From Greenport. New York. 2. CAROLYN JANE BOGI E: HR 233; Band 1. 2, 3. Sec. 3; Pep Band 1. 2. 3; GRA 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Orchestra 2; Pep Club 3; Science Seminar 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3; Stud. Treas. 3. ESTHER MARY BORDEN: HR 233; Choir 2, 3; Glee Club 1. G.R. 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; Science Seminar 1. MARYANN BORTLE: HR 163; GRA 1. 2. 3, Rep. 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3, Rep. 2; Library Club 2. 3; Pep Club 2; Scratch Pad Staff 3. CAROLINE ALICE BRANDT: HR 233. Sec. 2. 3; Drama 2. 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1, 2, 3. Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3. CAROL BRAUN: HR 231; Glee Club 3; G.R. 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Pep Club 3; Moved From Overland Park, Kansas, 3. LINDA KAY BRECKENRIDGE: HR 233. Scc.-Treas. 1; GRA 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3. Rep. 1; Glee Club 1, 2, Lib. 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3. 154 Cab. 3. Pres, of Reps. 3. Rep. 3: Mixed Chorus 2. Scc.-Treas. 2: Pq Club 3. Gmncil 3- ARLYN ELLIS BROWN: HR 233; Band 1. 2. 3. Pres. 3; Glee Club 1; Hi-Y I. 2. 3: Orchestra 2. 3. KENDRICK LEE BROWN: HR 233. Pres. 2. Band 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3. Treas. 3: Mixed Chorus 2; Stud. Council 2: Stud. Treas. 3; Track 2. 3. CONNIE FAYF CALDWELL: HR 233: Drama 1; GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3. JON NORMAN CALLAHAN: HR 233; Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Firesquad 2. 3; Football 1. 2, 3: Hi-Y 1. 2 .3; Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Senior Senate 3; Track 1, 2, Trainer 3: Varsity Club 3. CONSTANCE M. CAMPBELL: HR S.H.. Sec. 2; Band 3: Cheer- squad 3; GRA 2. 3; Glee Club 2. Sec. 2; G.R. 2. 3. Rep. 2. 3; Pep Club 3: Moved From Gilmore City. Iowa. 2. MICHAEL DAVID CAMPBELL: HR 163; Band 1; Glee Club 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Intra. Council 1, 3; Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Scratch Pad Staff 3- NORMAN JOHN CARLSON: HR 233; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. CHARLES CARMEAN: HR 233: Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2. 3; Intra. Council 2: Track 1; Varsity Club 2. 3. ROBERT WOODROW' CARR: HR 233: Glee Club 1. 2. 3. Sec. 2: Choir 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Science Seminar 1; Stud. Council 3. Treas. 3; Stud. Treas. 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 3. LOWELL CRAIG CARVER: HR 163, V-Pres. 2: Band 1. 2; Basketball 1; Glee Club 1: Football 1. 2. 3: Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Intra. Council 1: Mixed Chorus 1; Track 1. 2. 3: Varsitv Club 2. 3. JOEL ALAN CERWICK HR S.H, Pres. 3; Band 1. 2, 3. Lib. 3: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. Pres. 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3, Pres. 2: Orchestra 2. 3; Stud. Council 3. STEPHEN CHASE: HR S.H.; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3- MICHAEL T. CHILDS: HR S H ; Football Trainer 3 Hi-Y 2. 3. Rep. 2. 3; Intra. Council 3; Track 2; Moved from Huxley, Iowa, 2. BARBARA SUSAN CHITTENDEN: HR S.H.; FHA 2. 3; GRA 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. ARZY CLAPP. HR S.H.; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intra. Council 2; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. JOHN ROBERT CLARK: HR 163: Band 1. 2, 3; Glee Club 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1. RICHARD LEE CLARK: HR S.H., V-Pres. 1. 2. 3; Baseball 1. 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2. 3: Choir 2. 3, Pres. 3; Firesquad 1. 2, 3. Chief 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Stud. Council 2: Track 2; Varsity Club 2, 3. KENT BUSH CLEMENS: HR S.H , Intra. Capt. 3; Drama 3; Film Ops. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. GALEN CLOUSER: HR S.H.. V.-Pres. 2 Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 3. CHRISTINE CONSTANTINE: HR 11"; GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1, 2. V.-Pres. 1; G.R. 1. 2, 3. Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club 3. WAI LACE RANDOLPH COTT: HR S.H.; Glee Club 1. 2 3; Choir 2. 3: Debate 2; Football 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Tennis 3. WILLIAM M. DAILEY: HR 163; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Fire- squad 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. BETTE DALTON: HR S.H.; Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3- SALLY JO DAWSON: HR 158; GRA 3; G.R 3; Pep Club 3; Moved From Esthcrvillc. Iowa. 3. KAREN DE MOSS: HR S.H.; FHA 2; GRA 2; G.R. 1, 2 3; Mixed Chorus 1. BARBARA ANN DENNIS: HR 11"; FHA 1. 2. 3, Pres. 3. Dis- trict Hist. 1; DEC A 3 . Glee Club 1. Robe Keeper 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Rep. 3; Library Club 2; Pep Club 3. II AN MARIE DE YOUNG: HR S.H . Sec. 1 Choir 2. 3. GRA 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1, 2. 3. Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 1, Robe Keeper 3; Pep Club 3, Sec. 3-DAVID EDW ARD DOGGETT: HR 163; Film Ops. 2; Hi-Y 1, 2. ' Science Seminar 3- MARGARET ANXE. DUKE: EIR S H . V.-Pres. 1; Checrsquad 2, 3: Choir 3: Drama 2. 3: GRA 1. 2, 3, Cab. 2, Rep. 1. Point Keepers 2: G.R. 1. 2. 3 Cab. 3, Pres, of Reps. 3; Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Pep Club 3. NANCY ANN DURIAN: HR S.H Sec 2 I HA 1. 2. 3. V-Pres. 3 Dist. Trcas. 2 Pub. Relations 1. Parliamentarian 2; GRA 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1, Pep Club 3. DEAN LEE EDW ARDS: HR S.H. Hi-Y 1,2. 3; Intra. Manager 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Glee Club 1. STEVEN GRIER ELLETT: HR 235; Band 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1. 3: Drama 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3- ZEINAB EL TAW IL: HR 23 » G.R. 3; Moved From Cairo. Egypt, 3. SUE ANNE ETH1NGTON: HR sH V-Pres. 1. Sec. 3 Cheer- squad 1.2 3; Choir 2. 3 GRA 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1.2. 3, Cab. 3. Rep. 1: Mixed Chorus 1. Robe Keeper 1; Pep Club 3: SPIRIT Rep. 1. Scratch Pad Staff 3. JOHN EVERSON: EIR 23-1; Senior Senate 3; Glee Club 1. 2. 3: Band 1: Choir 2. 3; Football 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intra. Council 2: Mixed Choru-. 1. 2; Science Seminar 1; Track 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 3. SCOTT FEAMSTER: HR S.H., Sec. 1. Pres. 1; Band 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choir 2. 3; Senior Class Treas. 3: Senior Senate 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Cab. 3, Hobby Group Leader; Mixed Chorus 1; Science Seminar 1, 2. 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3; SPIRIT Rep. 3: Stud. Treas. 3: Track 3. MARJORIE JEAN FELLOWS: HR 117; V.-Pres. 1. Pres. 2; Senior Class Sec. 3; GRA 1. 2. 3. Rep 3‘, Glee Club l. 2; G.R. 1, 2, 3, Cab. 3; Senior Senate 3; Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 1: Stud. Council 2. JUDITH ANN FINCH AM: HR 117; Drama 1. G.R I. 2. 3. Rep. 3; SPIRIT Rep. 3; Pep Club 3. DIANE ANNETTE FISKE: HR S.H.; Choir 2. 3; Glee Club 1: G.R. 1. 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3. VICKI FITZGERALD: HR S.H : Drama 2; FHA 3; GRA 2. 3; G.R. 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Pep Club 3- CHARLYNN LOUISE FORSYTHE: HR S.H , Sec. 2; GRA 2. 3; G.R. 2. 3; Pep Club 3: Scratch Pad Staff 3; Moved From Spring, field. Missouri, 2. DARRELL RAY FOWLES: HR S.H : Basketball 1 Football I. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. NICHOLAS KENNETH FOX: HR 163. V.-Pres. 1. Sec.-Treas. 2; Baseball 1. 2. 3: Basketball 1. 2; Football 1. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intra. Council 1: Track 2. 3; Varsity Club 2, 3- HAROLD FRAME: HR SH : Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1. 2. SANDRA KAY FREE!.: HR 234; G.R. 1. 2. 3, Pep Club 3. WAYNE LOUIS FRIESNER: HR 111; Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Choir 2, 3; Football 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Track 1. CAREY GAMMON: HR 117; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. CAROLYN SUE GEIGER: HR S.H.; Band 1. 2. 3; Drama 1. 2. 3; GRA 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2. 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Orchestra 2. 3; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 2. THEODORA ANNE GOETTSCH: HR S.H., Sec. 1. 2; Cheer- squad 1. 2. 3; Choir 3; Drama 2. 3; GRA 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3. Rep. 1. 2; Mixed Chorus 1. 2. Lib. 2; Pep Club 3. SARAH E. GOLDSBURY: HR 111; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3- MARGARET GOODMAN: HR 111; GRA 1. 2. 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1; Lib. Club 1. 2, 3. Sec. 3. JAMES GOULD: HR 163; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. CATHERINE ANNE GRACA: HR 111; Debate 1. 2. Pres. 2; Film Ops. 2; G.R. 1, 2. 3. Gib. 3. Treas. 3; Pep Club 3; Stud. Treas. 3. CAROLYN SUE GRAY: HR 111; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3- CAROL RAE GREEN: HR 111; G.R. 1. 2. 3; FHA 1, 2; Pep Club 3- JUDITH ANN GREEN: HR 111; FHA 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. DAVID EUGENE GROSS: HR 163; Band 1; Baseball 1; Basket- ball 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Moved from Gilman, Iowa, 1. DAVID ERIC GUNDERSON: HR 111; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. JUDY GUNNERSON: HR 233; FHA 2. Treas. 2; GRA 2; G.R. 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3. VICKI HALL: HR 111; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. PHIL HARRIS: HR 111, Pres. 2; Baseball 2. 3; Firesquad 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. Rep. 1. 2, Cab. 2, 3; Stud. Council 2; Track Manager 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. JERRI LINN HART: HR 235; Glee Club 3; G.R. ; Lib. Club 3; Mixed Chorus 3: Moved From Boulder Colorado. 3. LENORE JANET HAWK: HR 111, V.-Pres. 1. Sec.-Treas. 3; Band 2, 3. Head Twirler 3; Drama 1. 2, 3; GRA l, 2, 3; G.R. 1, 2, 3. Cab. 3; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3. KRISTEN HAWKE'S HR 111. Sec. 1; Drama 2. 3; GRA 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2; G.R. I. 2. 3. Rep. 1; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 1 2. Staff 3; Stud. Treas. 3. JEAN FRANCES HAYNES: HR 111; Drama 1; FHA 2. 3. Rcc. and Music Chm. 2; GRA 1. 2. 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3; I-ib. Club 2; Pep Club 3- NANCY JO HAZEL: HR 111, Sec. 1; Choir 2, 3; Sen. Senate 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus I. Sec. 1; Pep Club 3. Pres. 3; SPIRIT Staff 3; Creative W'riting Club 1. MARILYN KAY HEADY: HR 234; Band 1; GRA 1. 3. Rep. 3; G R. 1, 3; Pep Club 3; Spent Junior Year in Palo Alto, California. GENE L. HEDBERG: HR 163; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2. MARCIA I.YNN HEGGEN: HR 111; GRA 1; Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1; G.R 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2; Pep Club 3. LARRY JOE HILLS: HR 117, Sec. 3. V Pres. 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 2; Firesquad 1. 2, 3; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. JOHN JAMES HINRICHSEN: HR 111. V.-Pres. 1. Pres. 2; Fire squad 1. 2. 3-. Sec. 3; Golf 1. 2. 3; Intra. Council 2; SPIRIT Rep. 1. 3; Stud. Council 2. 3; Stud. Bodv Pres. 3; Varsity Club 2. 3. JUDITH MAE HOLDREDGE: HR 111; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. SANDRA KAE HOSTETTER: HR 111; GRA 1. 2. Rep. 2; Glee Club 1; G R. l. 2. 3. Rep. 3; Pep Club 3. BEN HUHN: HR 111; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. JONATHAN KEITH HUNTRESS: HR 117, V.-Pres. 3. Intra. Capt. 1. Sec. 2; Basketball 1. 2. 3; Golf 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, Rep. 1; Track 1. DAVID V. HUNTSBERGER: HR 111. Intra. Capt 3. Pres. 2; Drama 3; Science Seminar 1, 2, 3; Stud. Council 2. BOB HUNZ1KER: HR 111, V.-Pres. 1, 2; Glee Club 2; Choir 2; Drama 3; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y l. 2. 3. Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 1;.Track 1, 2; Varsity Club 3. TERRY HURLESS: HR 111; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1 MIKE INGLIS: HR 111, Pres. 2; Stud. Council 2; Football 1, 2. 3; Firesquad 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, Rep. 2. WILLIAM LESTER JACKSON. JR : HR 158. Pres. 1, V Pres. 3; Band 1, 2; Glee Ciub 1. 2; Choir 2. Robe Keeper 2; Jun. Class Pres. 2; Firesquad 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, Pres. 3, Cab. 2; Jun. Exec. Council 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1. 2; Stud. Grnncil 1. 2. 3; Track 1. 2, 3; Varsity Club l. 2, 3- JAMES STEW'ART JEFFREY: HR 111, V.-Pres. 3; Basketball l. 2; Glee Club 1. 3, Sec. 1; Choir 3; Firesquad 1, 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. Rep. 1; Intra. Council 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Track 1. 2, 3; Varsity Club 3. CHARLES ALBERT JONES: HR 111; Football 1, 3. Capt 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE ANN JUDGE: HR 234; G.R. 1. 2, 3, Rep. 1. Cab. 2; Jun. Class Sec. 2; Jun. Exec. Council 2; Pep Club 3. Council 3. Vice.-Pres. 3. MICHAEL WAYNE KARNS: HR 117; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basket- ball 1. 2; Football 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3, Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Track 1, 2; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3. BETTY JOAN KELLER: HR 234; GRA 1 2. 3; Drama 2, 3; G.R. 1, 2. 3. Rep. 3; Orchestra 1. 2, 3, Asst. Treas. 2, Treas. 1553: Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 1; Stud. Council 3, Soc. Cbm. 3; Stud. Treas. 2, 3. ROBERT KELLEY: HR 234; Football I, 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Track 1. 2, 3. MARY BETH KIRKHAM: HR 235; Drama 1. 3; ORA 1; G.R 1. 2, 3. Cab. 2, Treas. 3. Rep. I. 2; Orchestra 1, 2, Pres. 2; Pep (dub 3; SPIRIT Rep. 2: Lived In Alexandria, Egypt, Part Of 3. JAMES EDWARD KLINKSEIS: HR 117, V.-Pres. 1, Pres. 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball I. 2. 3; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, Rep. 2, 3; Stud. Council 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Varsity Club 1. 2. 3. MARY ANN KORBITZ: HR 234. Sec. 2; G.R. 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Scratch P.d Staff 3. Moved From Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2, BILL EDGAR LANDSBERG: HR 163. V.-Pres. 3; Basketball 1. 2. 3; Sen. Class V.-Pres. 3; Firesquad 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Hobby Group Lead. 3; lun. Exec. Council 2; Sen. Senate 3; SPIRIT Rep. 1; Track 1. 2. 3- DEAN J LANGE: HR 117; Sec. 1; Football 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intra. Council 1. 2, Capt. 1. 2. 3; Track 1. 2. JOHN WALTER LARSON: HR 234. Pres. 2; Band 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Choir 2. 3; Firesquad 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Rep 1; Intra. Council 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Science Seminar 1; Stud. Council 2. 5. Pres. Asst. 3: Moved From Madrid, Iowa. I. LYNN MARIE LARSON: HR 158; G.R 3; Pep Club 3; Moved From Orion. Illinois. 3- CAROL ANNE LASCHE: HR 234; GRA 1. 2. Rep. 1; G.R 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 3. JANICE KAY LEE: HR 234. Sec. 1; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1, 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club 3. Council 3- LENFSA CLAIRE LEGVOLD: HR 234, Pres. 1; Band 1; Cheer- squad 1; Choir 2. 3; Drama 1. 2. 3: GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 2, 3. Pres. 3. V.-Pres. 3; Jun. Exec. Council 2: Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 2. 3; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3; Stud. Council 1. HOWARD LESTER: HR 234; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. SANDRA SUE LINK: HR 234; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. ANN KATHRYN LUNDVALL: HR 117, V.-Pres. 1. G.R. 1. 2. 3, Rep. 2. Gib. 3. Pres. 3. V.-Pres. '3; Lib. Club 2; Pep Club 3; Science Seminar 1. 2; SPIRIT Rep. 2. JIM LYTTLE: HR 111; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. SARA ROSE McCAY: HR 158; Band 1. 2; GRA 2. 3. Rep. 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 2. PAUL WILLIAM McGUIRE: HR 117. V.-Pres. 1. 2. Pres. 3: Baseball 1; Basketball 1. 2; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2; Stud. Council 3. V.-Pres. 3; Track 1. 2. 3: Varsity Club 2. 3. MURRAY McHONE: HR 158: Football 1. 2, 3: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3 JOEL McQl ADE HR s H Hi-Y 3; Moved From Duluth. Minne- sota, 3- SYDRA GAYLE MAAS: HR 234. Sec. 3; Debate 2. 3. Sec. 2; G.R 1. 2. s: Lib. Club ; Moved From Williamsburg, Iowa. 1. JIM MARKEN: HR 234. Hi-Y.l. 2. 3; Moved From Chapin. Iowa, 1. HAROLD MARSHALL: HR 117; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. ERNEST MARTIN: HR 117: Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. MARIE IRENE MARTIN: HR 234; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Pep Club 3. SHERRY ANN MARTIN. HR 234. Sec.-Treas. 1. 2; Drama 1. 2. 3; GRA 1. 2. Rep. 1; Glee Club 1. 2. Pres. 1; G.R 1. 2. 3. Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Palm Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3. Council 3. TERESA MARTINI: HR 234. Sec. 1; Cheersquad 1: GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 2. Rep. 1. 2; Mixed Chorus 2; Pep Club 3; Council 3; SPIRIT Staff 2. 3. CHARLES MATTERSON: HR 234; Glee Club 1. 2; Choir 3: Firesquad 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2. 3; Intra. Council 2; Mixed Chorus l. 2; Tennis I, 2. 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. JUDITH HELEN MATTSON: HR ill; Band 3; Glee Club 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Orchestra 3; Moved From Kirbyvillc. Texas. 3. WALTER DOUGLAS NEAL: HR 234. Sec.-Treas. 1. 2; Fire- squad 3. Football 1. 2: Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Jun. Exec. Council 2; Scratch Pad Staff 3; Track I. 2. 3. LINDA KAY NELSON: HR 234. V.-Pres. 2; GRA 1. 2. 3. RcP. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 2. Rep. 2; Pep Club 3. DECA 3. Pres. 3. State Sec. 3. DIANE KAY NEVILLE: HR 234; Drama 2; GRA 1. 2. 3. Ob 3. Sec.-Treas. 3. Rep. 1, 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Lib. Club 2; Pep Club 3; Stud. Trqis. 3. JUDITH N. NICHOLS: HR 234; GRA 1; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R 1. 2, 3, Rep. 2; Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Pep Club 3. KEN NICHOLS: HR 234; Glee Club 1; Film Ops. 1 2 3- Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. REX KAY NICHOLSON: HR 235: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. DOLORES NOID: HR 234; Drama 2, 3: Glee Club 1; G.R. 1 2 3; Pep Club 3- NANCY KAY OGG: HR 234. V.-Pres. 3; Drama 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1, 2, 3. Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 1. Staff 2. 3. MERRY EILEEN ORLOVICH: HR 235; Drama 1. 2 3; G R 1. 2. 3. Rep. 3; Palm Club 3. Sec. 3; Pep Club 3. LESLIE JANE OSAM: HR 235: Band 1. 2. 3; Choir 2. 3. Sec.- Treas. 3; GRA 1, Rep. 1; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2, 3. Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 3: Stud. Treas. 3: Pep Club 3. DAVID C. OSHEL: HR 158; Hi-Y 3; Science Seminar 3; Sen Senate 3: Moved From East Lansing. Michigan. 3. MARSHA ELAINE OSLUND: HR S.H ; Band 1. 2; FHA 1; Glee Club 1, 2; G.R. 1. 2, 3: I-ib. Club 1. 2; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. JULIANN PACKER: HR 158; GRA 1, 2; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1. 3: Orchestra 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3. ANTHONY PAPPAS: HR 234. V.-Pres. 1. 2; Glee Club 2; Fire- squad 2. 3: Football 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cab. 2; SPIRIT Staff 2. 3; Tennis 2, 3. ANN LOUISE PETEFISH: HR 235: FHA 2. 3. Sec.-Treas. 3; Glee Club 1. 2; G R. 1. 2. 5: Mixed Chorus 2; Pep Club 3- BRUCE LYNN PETERSEN: HR 117: Band 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 2. 3; Choir 3: Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Orchestra 2. 3; Science Seminar I; Track 3. JOEL WALKER PIERCY: HR 158; Football 1. 2; Golf 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3. DIANA MAY PIRTLE: HR 235; FHA 2. 3. Hist. 3; G.R. 2. 3: Moved From Dos Moines. Iowa. 2. HELEN ANN POLITIS: HR 235; Band 1. 2. 3; GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Lib. Club 2: Pep Club 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3. JOHN E. QUAM: HR 234. Pres. 3: Band 1. 2. 3. V.-Pres. 3; Glee Club 2; Choir 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Orchestra 2. 3; Stud. Council 3- JOHN ROBERT RADEMACHER: HR 234; Glee Club 1. 2; Choir 2; Football 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Cab. 2, 3; Rep. 1. 3; Mixed Chorus 1. ANN KATHRYN RAGSDALE: HR 235. V.-Pres. 3; GRA 1. 2. 3. Rep. 2. 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Rep. 1; Pep Club 3. JANET RAH: HR 235: Choir 2. 5: GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1. Pres. 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Scratch Pad Staff 3- KENNETH I.ORAN RANDLES: HR 234, Pres. 1. 2; Band 1. 2, 3; Firesquad 1, 2. 3; Football 1; Hi- 1, 2, 3. Cab. 3. Sec. 3; SPIRIT Staff 3; Stud. Council 1, 2; Track 1. 2. 3. DOROTHY SUSAN RATTERREE: HR 158, V.-Pres. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2, 3, Rep. 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Pep Club 3: SPIRIT Rep. 2, 3. GEORGE REINBOLD: HR 235; Football 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3- JAMES EDGAR RICKETTS: HR 235; Basketball 1. 2; Fire- squad 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Track 1. 2, 3; Var- sity Club 2. 3. FERN MARIE RIECKEN: HR 235; Band 1; GRA 1; Glee Club 2. 3; G.R. 1. 2, 3; Lib. Club 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3. EDWARD JOSEPH RISDEN: HR 163; Drama 1. 2. 3; Palm Club 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 156JOHN THOMAS JUTLAND: HR 15S. Pres. 1, 2; Basketball 1; Firesquad 1 2, v Chief 3; Football 1, 2. 3: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3. Cab. 3; Intra. Capt 1; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN ROBERSON: HR 233; Drama 2. 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3- JAMES ROD: HR 117; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3. LEE WILLIAM ROSEBROOK: HR 235; Band 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1: Glee Club 2 3, Pres. 2: Choir 2. 3; Sen. Class Pres. 3; Fire- squad 2; Orchestra 2 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. Cab. 3; Sen. Senate 3; Stud. Council 2; Track 1. 2, 3; Varsity Club 3. MARTHA ANN ROSS: HR 158; G.R 3. Rep. 3; Pep Club 3; Moved From Sioux City. Iowa 3- LESLIE ROUSE: HR 233; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. ARLEN ROl'TH: HR 158; Football 1, 2; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intra. Council 2; Track 1, 2. 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. REN RL'GGLF.SS: HR 23-1: Hi-Y 1 2 3- ROBIN RLHE: HR 158, Sec.-Treas. 2, 3; GRA 2, 3. Pres. 3; G.R. 2. 3: Pep Club 3. Moved From Las Cruces, New Mexico, 2. DAVID Rl DLF HR s H Glee Club 1. Hi-Y 1. 2; Lived In Osaka. Japan. 2. WILLIAM LESTELL RI TTER: HR 235; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. MARILYN JEAN SAILS BURY: HR 235: Drama 1. 2. 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3: Palm Club 2, 3. Treas. 3; Pep Club 3: Stud. Treas. 3. ANN SANDE: HR 235; Band 1. 2. 3; Drama 1; G.R. 1. 2, 3; FHA 2: Orchestra 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3. JUDITH LEA SATUREN: HR S.H.; GRA 3; G.R 3. Rep. 3; Pep Club 3 Moved From Willow Street, Pennsylvania. 3- JO ELLEN SAWYER: HR 235. Sec 1 Choir 2, 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1, 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1. 2, 3, Asst. I.ib. 2; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 2. CLARENCE SCHLARB: HR 158; Basketball 1; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Track 1, 2. 3- DENNIS DEAN SCOTT: HR 235; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. ROBERT W. SEALOCK: HR 235; Firesquad 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; SPIRIT Staff 1. 2. 3- JUDITH SUSAN SIEMERS: HR 235; Band 2. 3; GRA 1, 2. 3. V.-Pres. 3. Cab. 3. Rep. 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2. .3'. Pep Club 3. SANDRA JEAN SKEIE: HR IP; Glee Club 1; G.R 1. 3; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3: Spent Junior Year In Canton. South Dakota. KAREN MAXINE SMEDAL: HR 235, V.-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Drama 1. 2. 3; GRA 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1: G.R. 1. 2, 3; Palm Club 2, 3: Pep Club 3; Stud. Council 3. Sec. 3. CHRISTINE ANN SMITH: HR 235. Pres. 1. Act. Dir. 2; Cheer- squad 1. 2; Choir 2. 3; GRA 1. 2; Glee Club I. Robekeeper 1; G R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3: Mixed Chorus 1; Orchestra 1, 2. 3, Lib. 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Staff 2, 3, Editor 3; Stud. Council 1. CLAUDIA MAE SMITH: HR 158; GRA 1. 2, 3; G.R. 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. SUSAN KAROL SOUI.TS: HR 235. Sec.-Treas. 1, 3, Pres. 2. V.-Pres. 2; Chcersquad 1. 2, 3, Head 3: Choir 2. 3, Robekeeper 2; GRA 1. 2. 3; Glee Club 1. V -Pres. 1. G.R 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3; Mixed Chorus 1: Pep Club 3. Council 3; Stud. Council 2. DENNIS RAY SPEAR: HR 158; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. Rep. 3; Intramural Council 1. DIANNA SPECK: HR 128; GRA 1. 2. 3. Glee Club 3; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 3. RICHARD SPEERS: HR 128; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. DARLENE SPENCER: HR 128; GRA 2. Rep. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3. Cab. 3; Lib. Club 2; Pep Club 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3. Editor 3. MARGARET SPRAGUE: HR 128; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Lib. Club 1. 2; Pep Club 3. WALLACE GREGG STEPHENSON: HR 128. V -Pres. 1. Pres. 1. 2; Basketball 1; Football 1, 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Mixed Chorus 1, Robe Keeper 1; Stud. Council 1, 2; Track 1. 2; Varsity Club 2. 3- KATHLEEN ANN STINE: HR 128. V.-Pres. 1. Sec. 2, 3; Drama 1. 2. 3; GRA 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2, 3. Cab. 3; Palm Club 2. 3. V.-Pres. 3; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 3. MARCIA LORRAINE STORBY: HR 128; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1, 2. 3; Pep Club 3- CAROL LYNN SWANSON: HR 128; Band 1. 2, 3; Film Ops. 2; GRA 1. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1, 2. 3; Lib. Club 2. 3. Pres. 3; Mixed Chorus 2; Pep Club 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3. SHARON SWIFT: HR 128; Choir 2. 3 Glee Club 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3; Lib. Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1; Pep Club 3. LOUISE MARIE SYNHORST: HR 128; GRA 1.2. 3; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1. 2. 3, Cab. 2. Rep. 1. 3; Lib. Club 2. ROBERT HUNTINGTON TALCOTT: HR 128. Pres. 1. 2. 3; Band 1. 2, 3; Glee Club 2. 3; Choir 2, 3, V.-Pres. 3; Firesquad 2; Football 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Stud. Council 1, 2, 3. STAN D. THOGERSON. HR 128; Drama 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Intra. Council 3. DAVID L. THOMPSON: HR 128; Hi-Y l. 2. 3; Track 1. BETTY THROC KMORTON: HR 128; Band 1. 2. 3: Drama 1. 2. 3; GRA 1, 2. 3; G.R 1. 2, 3. Rep. 2; Palm Club 3; Pep Club 3. MARY ELLEN TONNE: HR 128; Band 1. 2; Debate 2; Drama 2; Glee Club 1; G.R. 1, 2. 3; Pep Club 3: Scratch Pad Staff 3. PAUL TOWNSEND: HR 128. Pres. 1. 2; Band 1. 2, 3: Baseball 1. 2. 3; Basketball 1. 2. 3; Football 1. 2. 3. Capt. 3; Hi-Y l, 2, 3. Cab. 3. Sec. 3, Rep. 2. 3; Orchestra 1. 2; Stud. Council 1, 2; Track 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club 1, 2. 3. RICHARD DEAN TREXEL: HR 128. V.-Pres. 1, 2; Band 1. 2. 3; Sen Senate 3; Glee Club 2; Choir 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3, Gib. 2: Mixed Chorus 2; Orchestra 3; Science Seminar 1. 2; SPIRIT Rep. 1. RICHARD FEIGEL TRUMP, JR.: HR 128; Band 1, 2. 3; Glee Club 3; Choir 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, V.-Pres. 2; Science Seminar 1. 2; Stud. Treas. 1. JAMES W. TYSON: HR 158; Baseball 3; Football 2. 3; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3; Track 2, 3- JANET LEE VAN EPS: HR 128; FHA 2. 3; Film Ops. 2; GRA 2. 3; Rep. 3; Glee Club 1; G.R I. 2. 3; Lib. Club 2. 3; Pep Club 3. JEAN VAN NESS: HR 163; Drama 3; G.R. 3. Rep. 3; Pep Club 3; Moved From Hyattsville, Maryland. 3. JIM VIVIAN: HR 111; Football 1; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Intramural Council 1. MARYANNE VOIGT: HR 128; Band 1. 2. 3; Choir 3; Glee- Club 1, 2; G.R, 1. 2, 3, Rep. 3; Mixed Chorus 1. 2; Orchestra 2, 3; Pe p Club 3; Scratch Pad Staff 3. DAVID DEAN VOSS: HR 158. Sec.-Treas. 2; Baseball 3; Foot- ball 1. 2; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Intra. Council 1; Track 1. 2, 3; Varsity- Club 2. 3. JULIE WAGAMAN: HR 128. V.-Pres. 3; Drama 1. 2; FHA 1; GRA 1; G.R. 1. 2, 3. Cab. 2, Rep. 2; Pep Club 3; SPIRIT Rep. 2. RON WARREN: HR 234; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3- JERRY WETTELAND: HR 128: Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. JOHN MICHAEL WHARTON: HR 158; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3; Track 2.. CHERYL ANNE WHEELOCK: HR 128; Jun. Class Treas. 2, fun. Exec. Council 2; GRA 1, 2; Glee Club 1, Sec.-Treas. 1; G.R. 1. 2. 3, Rep. 2; Pep Club 3, Treas. 3; SPIRIT Rep. 1; Stud. Treas. 2, 3. LINDA KAY WHEELOCK: HR 128. Pres. 1; FHA 1. 2. Par- liamentarian 1. V.-Pres. 2; Glee Club 1. 2; G.R. 1, 2, 3, Cab. 2; Jun. Exec. 2; Lib. Club 1. 2; Pep Club 3, Council 3; SPIRIT Rep. 3; Stud. Council 1. DAVID EUGENE WHITE: HR 158. V.-Pres. 1; Firesquad 2; Hi-Y I. 2. 3. Rep. 2. GARY WHITESELL: HR 158; Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 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