Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1965

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X xg? M N Q x XSS vqw QQ Yx Y f K N QR SN rf sir-f:X.X:..f ' ' x X :g.s3'ffgE - - '- ' - 1 - is -Sf-'Es' X -. H 1 ' ':.i"sNmsa9Q:f3XX3i31f K " ax 7 . xxx I 5 1 I1 I 4 s Ifx x 'Q 5 gi Q ,S 5 x A-Mix 'x T' T' I 0 wf,w Lf., fx I, K VG'--.. Q -smug fl- Q-gl msc V8 X x ,- ff wwf v' CONCENTRATION - N 1- NN NN ihe focus of ihe mind on ihe problems of life. w I0 X X L ,QQ Q ?lSgXqU,1fE 7 . ,Q .- , .. 45, X 3' Q L Q.-Q N K Ria , N M , X ., s Wg: SST' Q X ' 5 INVESTIGATION - Ihe search for Ihe subsiance of life K ,ng ,. N, A . A S, 1 - . .... S, ,M L. A.xx ,.x. . .WWX X - 'fx ..., . -- . ,. W ,E MQ . S s Q ii 4 ik I8 -K ffl? W. g , N. , ., X fs ::. H swQ12"y Ei i 1 .12-I sslxk. if 1 v I ki 'f-1: 3. .Ns 5 . .gf wr., 9 FU' W fi is ?gk e , 5 X M .:. 1 ,ei X -sr X 1 N1 Q ig an ' X 1 S iss ,E Q Q Q I as f ASW 3 f- . 'Qin ' "" all are pieces +0 ihe jigsaw puzzle ihal is Ames High. 'S .ov"'q ,EPB .. fb wal' 1 Who can remember each minute of his life? Time passes quickly, taking so much with her. And what is left is distorted hy her swift flight. ! I The joys, the agonies, the embarrassment, the exultation, . In the present, all encompassing, in the past, infinitesimal. But pictures and words can arrest time's flight - Holding an experience forever. V The special comes out of humdrum days. I Look and see. 2 Remember. - ! I I Q ! I - - 3 1 I 1 r 22 eaiures NW S "Yrs, Nix WITH THE APPARENT CONFUSION of registration, both students and office staff were amazed to find everyone in the right places Boys State and Girls State. AHS office all simulate government Government , . . understanding . . . appli- cation. Election . . . selection. Parties . . platforms . . . campaigns . . . speeches . . elections. Leadership . . . cooperation. Meet- ings . . . discussions . . . action. Guest speakers . . . new friends. Study . . . knowl- edge . . . Government. HAWKEYE BOYS STATE representatives Bill Von Bergen, Dick Ukena, and Brad Moses rem- inisce about their summer experience. 24 .Q Red tape . . . forms . . . blanks . . . questionnaires . . bulletins . . . announcements. Schedules . . . changes. changes, changes. Foreboding . . . gloom . . . anger . . . clisappointnient . . . expectation . . . hopefulness . . anxiety. Sunnneris end . . . Red tape. Centennial . . . heards . . . pageant . . . parade. Pride . . . aware- ness . . . participation . . . appreciation . . . knowledge . . Centennial. BETH WARD REPRESENTED Anics High School at Hawk- eye Cirls State. DAVE WILCOX reveals the truth about Ron Seastrand's trihutc to the Centennial. . rdf tl-swf THE CAFETERIA STAFF Cin Centennial garblz Front, left to right: P Schucrmann, C Erickson, M Cutlip, I Anderson. Back row: D Sparboe, T Watson, I Matson, L Spatcher, H Smalling. 25 Elections bring excitement to AHS as students and teachers take part We --. Democracy . . . obligation . . . privilege . . . duty jg,Q,?-v . . honor. Homecoming--nomination . . . finalists . . . halloting . . . Mary Anne . . . Beth . . . Queen Sonja. Surprise . . . tears . . . happiness. Student body-candidacy . . . platforms . . . posters . . rally . . . balloting . . . Dennis and Dave. State rep- resentative-decision . . . primary . . . campaigning . . . balloting . . . Mr. Hausheer. Reward . . . parties 0 . . celebration. Democracy. ELECTION COMMITTEE MEMBERS Tom Tauber and Mark Mc Innis count homecoming queen ballots. HOMECOMINC QUEEN CANDIDATES: Front, Mary Anne Maurer, Sandy Kinker, Linda Overland, Janice Berhow, Margy Stuniforthg standing: Kathy Burnet, Mary Mulhall, Beth Ward, Sonja Accola, Sandy Pietz. 26 '23-N SUCCESSFUL STATE REPRESENTATIVE candidate and world history tcnclwr ixiilllfiff' Hmlslwe-r cuts his victory cake at rt faculty vvlcbrzltion. DENNIS KELSO sm-rvvd :ls stumh-nt lmdy lm-sislvnt first svlilvstvr. X V' 2. i . egifxiiyw' gf: '- h S i THE RESULTS of un elm-ction am- always greeted with ustonishmvnt . . . "lImm-mlnitig QJIIFVII Sonja Avcolu I " fl Homecoming sees parade, skit, and Spirit .lug j , CX THE TRADITIONAL FEUD between AHS and Boone came alive in'tl1e Homecoming skit as thc McC0ys met the Hatfields in battle. 28 MR. SPATCHER, head foot- ball coach, pauses a moment before making his unexpected appearance at the Homecom- ing pep assembly. Enthusiasm . . . hope . . . anxiety . . . pride. Cheer- leaders . . . pep band . . . yelling . . . screaming . . . clapping . . . cheering. Spirit Jug . . . "We're Expecting a Victory." Hatfielcls . . . McCoys . . . feudin '... fussin '... fightin, . . . possum belly juice . . . clash . . . victory. Pep talks, pep talks . . . cheering . . . HProud of our school are we" . . Enthusiasm. Q, ng l - t Y MR. ADAMS starts a new tradition at Ames High by presenting the Spirit ,lug to the homeroom with the winning door decoration. BRUCE BERGLAND, graduate of Ames High, was guest speaker at the Homecoming pep assembly. .. ,LL .. ,, ,.L4 EXTRA COLOR was added to Homecoming festivities by Dick Ukena's car. THE FOOTBALL TEAM rode through the parade on floats simulating a football field THE SNAKE DANCERS encircled the queen candidates' cars along the Homecoming parade route. bi! X Q wx X, 'S N XSS w ff X 4 X v egg .. X x N Parents follow in footsteps of their progeng ing. qchedules . . . homeroom . . . classes . . . refreshments Confusion . . . bewilderment . . . lost . . . guides . . . di rections . . . found. Questions, questions. Observing . . judging . . . surprise . . . amazement . . . admiration Acquaintance . . . Meeting. Q RON BLEEKER acts as guide for Parents' Night. CLASSROOM PROCEDURE was demonstrated to parents, IN SEARCH of classrooms, parents often ended up in the lobby. 32 Meeting . . . explaining . . . demonstrating . . . impress- AHS Career Night offers unique opportunity Opportunity futures exploring evaluat- ing encouragement cliscouragement. Com- mittee . .. planning arranging organizing . . . details, details. Speakers . . . lectures . . . quest- tions, questions, questions explanations. Discov- ery . . . Opportunity. STUDENTS INTERESTED IN PSYCHOL- OGY heard Dr. John Bath relate facts and figures of his occupation. i 3 1-11 AMES PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS MEN gave their time to acquaint students with many careers. PLANNING AND SCHEDULING speakers was the task of the Career Night Committee, from left: A Clark, C Bliss, B Heald, T Potts, D Ukena, P Sargent. 33 Hach. Pasleg. Russell. Ukena seek presidencg Bruce Hach Bruce Johnson Dick Pasley Bill Von Bergen Campaign signs buttons platforms pledges nominations. Soliciting . . . convincing . .. arm-twisting . . . pleading. Work, work, work. Speeches . . . balloons . . . singing . . . black eyes . .. questions. Voting waiting, waiting recounting, recounting . .. President Dick . . . Vice President lerry. Anxiety . . . hope . . . relief . . . Cam- paign. Bernie Russell Dorothy Albertsen Dick Ukena Jerry Bowen 34 BALLOONS AND BLACK EYES came out for Dick Pasley and Bill Von Bergen at the election assembly. Wlwxks X x k.. r sf . , A SQ. K C. A Q Q' rvfug ,QA s 'X' A is Gmxxmg if MW 5115555 - fy qu ' 'r . "S-Q., ph yy J a,'0J 4 . K , -. Qi,-sw CREATIVE POSTERS decorated the halls during thc winter campaign. 3 5. Q, . W ix V 4? 5 ". . . with a capital 'C' and that rhymes with 'B' and that stands for Bem. Vote Bern!" 35 'KWINTEH HOLIDAY" was the vocal music department's contribution to the Christmas season. Ames Hi h celebrates Christmas in mang wags 'Pi MANY HELPING HANDS were always ready to decorate for Christmas. THE. ANNUAL TRIP to the County Home brightened the lives of all concerned. 36 Merry Christmas expectation hoping desperation vacation. Music program . .. parties tests. Bustle . .. restlessness excitement. Old grads. Wreaths Story County Home. Mistletoe carols trees tinsel lights. Cheerful- ness . . . gaiety . . . Merry Christmas. Deaf' SGNTa. 5 VXSQSG Semi -Geokgve D' PS.: mvebgen H food bov. EVEN THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT was caught up in the spirit of Christmas. THE CHEERLEADERS REVERTED to childhood to celebrate the arrival of Christmas vacation and Santa Claus. Green and gold highlight Christmas formal "Mistique" FLOWERS, ROMANTIC CANDLELIGHT, and ffreelb added to the atmosphere. GIRLS AT THEIR LOVELIEST, boys at their hand- somest adorned the Christmas formal as effectively as the decorations. 38 Mislique excitement expectation glamour gold . . . Charlie Trussell . . . Great Pretenders . . punch. Pre-parties after-parties. Memories en chantment . . . excitement . . . Mislique. punch A LIVELY INTERMISSION was provided by the Great Pretenders. Invitations . . . decision . . . nervousness . . . asking . . . acceptance. Flurry bustle waiting. Green C a el -'pf s 12 Els li 3 i ,hbifq -ff 55 . iififi Xxslfk S ii' , S ll PLANNING THE CHRISTMAS FORMAL, C0-Chairmen Put Tonnc PROBLEMS, PANIC - - - and Janice Miller had to enlist llelp from all sides. i U xi 4, i AND A FEW DISASTERS as the S gold diamonds. Wi. un Room becomes a garden of Students take refuge from semester exams at Spirit Dance. Shangri-La Shangri-La. Japanese lanterns . . . wind chimes . . . Stage Band . . . refreshments. Junior staff . . . planning . . . constructing . . headaches . . . work, work, work . . relief. Anticipation . . . nervousness . . . Queen Linda. Semester break . . . relaxation . . . enjoyment . . . Shangri-La. SPIRIT SWEETHEART CANDIDATES for 1965 were: back, Linda Overland, Mary Bacon, Jane Martin, Beth Ward, Sandy Kinker, front, Mary Anne Maurer, Mary Hagge, Pam Young, Margy Staniforth. q--uuuillli' JAPANESE LANTERNS, garden trellises, and scenic landscapes created an Oriental atmosphere. 40 THE MASTER OF CEREMONIES, Dave Bauske, crowns Sweetheart Linda as Attendants Pam and Beth look on. , w w f - 7 K-o""K , W. ..., --N fi '- PX ia: - ,IA " .Ss 'Q , S wg? , ggi, L',L Q' X ., , ,, , 411' P. ,xl Q my N R XXX 9 up A f W W w"i 1 -Q '- k .. ...: .... , 5' -mf . 9 x"f A ' .M-.Q QQ W b ' W W 6 sf? 'A S LT? 1' AX if-5 fix? ff' ' 1 ' A ,QW ' Ku ' :U I 5 we- ' . 'Y , -"M ' gwm ' .m l SQ W -- Friendship Week focuses the minds of AHS on the responsibilities of citizenship Reflection . . . responsibility . . . citizen- fl ship. Community . . . Judge Edward Kel- ley. School . . . Mr. Kenneth Wells. World - . . . Mr. VV. Earl Hall. Singing . . . poetry ' . . . lectures . . . forums . . . questions, questions. Understanding . . . Reflection. SENIOR FORUM discusses everything from cheating to Communism MR. KELLEY waits in contented expectation as he is introduced to the AHS Stu- dent Body. Assemblies bring student bodg together for entertainment, enlightenment Unifying . . . enlightening . . . entertain- ment. Welcoming . . . homecoming . . zllacbeih . . . presidential rallies . band . . . talent. Pep assemblies . monsters . . . culture . . . yelling . . . singing . . . speeches. Assembling . . . joining . . . Unifying. MISS FOOTE and her Five Toes entertain at the Homecoming assembly with an original rendition of 'KWe Love You, Ames High," THE CONCERT BAND, featuring a trombone trio, presented a variety of numbers that pleased all tastes in mu- sic. 45 Siudeni gei-iogeihers afier hours CHERUBS AND A GRAND PIANO added class to the cultural pep assembly. 46 add change of pace MRS. WARD, MISS FOOTE, AND MRS. BAUSKE appeared as erudite cheerleaders at a cultural pep assembly. A LOOK BACKSTACE reveals confusion and merri ment before the Christmas Choral assembly. I 1 if -, i Pg . x W 1 J I BEDLAM BREAKS LOOSE as junior girls relieve the rapidly tiring udlninistrution in the hard-fought student-faculty basketball game. ,W 'Hp ,WM BASKETBALL GAMES provided AHS students with a chance to blow off a little of their pent-up energies. Q - - The mind, what is it to the young? A catch-all for gossip, for jokes, for tales of Woe. A vast understanding yet to be realized. - A blob to be prodded, unyielding, with facts and figures, I I A weapon against life, for life, life itself. The mind, what is it to the teacher of the young? I A blank space behind vacant eyes. I A source of amusement, despair, encouragement. A gaping reservoir begging to be filled. - A weapon against the future, for the future, the future itself. - - 1 l I - - - I - H - I 1 I - - I H I 1 48 Q .f iv ag- 'J f MR. ADAMS' personal devotion and experienced leader- MR. HETZEL, Superintendent of Schools, provided the ship are the main ingredients in Ames High's formula Ames schools with another year of top quality educa- for success. tion. School Board. Adminisiraiion pIo+ fuiure of AHS MEMBERS OF THE Ames School Board are from left, seated: Mr. Howell, sec., Mr. Curry, Mr. Adams, Mr. Hetzel, Dr. Underhill Mr. Moorhead, Mrs. Buck. Standing from left are Mr. LaVelle, treas., Mr. McNabb, Mr. Fellinger, and Mr. Payer. 50 9 BUSY, EFFICIENT, ENERGETIC, and bustling- these describe Mrs. Whitney, head of counseling and senior girls' advisor. MR. RITLAND ACTS not only as the senior boys' counselor, but serves as a binding force between students and faculty. COUNSELING AT AMES HIGH concerns not only its students' futures, but their pasts as well. Responsibility . . . planning . . . hiring . . . firing . . . supervising . . . money . . . money . . . money . . . money . . . money. Setting standards-highest. Growing pains . . . no gym . . . no auditorium . . . no swimming pool. Concern . . . dedication . . . understanding . . . Responsibility. Advising . . . encouraging . . . discouraging . . . recommending . . . permanent records . . . college plans. Schedules . . . de- termining . . . changing . . . balancing. Conferences, conferences . . excuses . . . passes. Interest . . . assistance . . . Advising. 5I Behind the scenes - people who keep things running THE OFFICE BOXES serve as information and dis- tribution centers for all teachers. Organization . . . tickets, tickets . . . lunch tickets . . . game tickets . . . passes, passes, passes . . . ditto sheets . . . free telephone . . . schedules . . . boxes . . . announcements . . . bus rides . . . attendance slips. Madhouse . . . catch-all. Typing . . . planning . . . collecting . . . sorting . . . class balancing. Work, work, work . . . administration . . . Organization. EARLY MORNING finds the office jammed with ticket buyers and pass seekers. ' MRS. CARR, Mrs. Cless, and Mrs. Flack not only serve the needs of the administration, but also are a great aid to the students. 52 MRS. SPATCHER AND MRS. SMALLING have become mainstays of the high school by helping in the office and by punching tickets in the lunch line. Food...food...food...food...food...food. Celebrations . . . costumes . . . surprises . . . variety . . . sameness . . . leftovers . . . shortages. Straws . . . silver- ware . . . napkins . . . trays . . . milk . . . tickets . . . eating . . . disposing. Preparation . . . resourcefulness ...Food...food...food...foocl...foocl... food. MRS. CUTLIP, Director of Food Services, planned a wide variety of meals for the Ames students. RFID. Q ENJOYABLE AND BALANCED meals were characteristic of the cafeteria fare this year. 53 Social Studies help us understand our modern world Experience . . . reading . . . analyzing . . . comparing . . . reports . . . term papers . . . terms . . . questions . . . essays . . . Time. Election . . . Democrats . . . Republicans . . . resent- ment. Middle Ages . . . Renaissance . . . Revolutionary War . . . independence . . . Civil War . . . World War I . . . World War II . . . New World. Constitution . . . Congress . . . Supreme Court . . . United Nations. Boredom . . . cramming . . . dis- covery . . . parallel . . . recognition. Work, work, work . . . understanding . . . knowledge . . . Experience. MR. PERRY, a new addition to the Ames High staff, has made life at AHS more exciting. Mr. THOMAS BECKHAM: American History, assistant football coach, head wrestling coach, assistant trackcoach . . . BA from Colorado College, MS from Drake University, graduate work at Omaha University. Mr. D C COLE: American History, Inter- national Relations . . . sponsors debate . . . BA from the University of Nebraska, attended Nebraska State College. Mr. H S COVEY: American Government . . . coaches fall, winter, spring track . . . BA from Penn College. Mr. MAURICE HAUSHEER: World History . . . sophomore football coach, assistant basketball coach, tennis coach . . . Associate of Arts from Graceland College, BA from University of Dubuque, MA from University of Wyoming, graduate study at University of Wyoming. 54 HISTORY TEACHERS, standing: Mr. Page, Mr. Cole, Mr. Beckham, Mr. Hausheer, Mr. Covey and Mr Perry, seated: Mrs. Panagides and Mrs. Garrett. Mr. KENNETH PAGE: American Govern- ment, Economics, Sociology . . . assist- ant intramural sponsor, social committee sponsor . . . BA from Drake University, MA from State University of Iowa. Mrs. JOYCE PANAGIDES: American History, French . . . sophomore cheersquad spon- sor . . . BS from Kansas State University, lm and 2' "f' degres from Universite de Grenoble. Vu- K B as Mr. FRANK PERRY: American History, American Govern- ment . . . assembly committee sponsor . . . BA from Nebraska Christian College, BD from Midwest Graduate School. MR. PAGE drives home an important point during an American Government lecture. Mrs. MARY RENO: English 3, 4, Honors English, Communication Skills . . . BA from Coe College. Mrs. JAN SABOURIN: English 3, 4, American Literature . . . sponsors Service Committee . . . AA Bay City Junior College, BA Central Michigan University. .IOURNALISM and American literature are taught by Mrs. Bauske. Creativity - the goal of our English department Mrs. BETH ANDERSON: Communication Skills . . . sponsors Homecoming Committee . . . BA Jamestown College, MA Washing- ton State University. Mrs. GRACE BAUSKE: American Litera- ture, Journalism . . . sponsors Web . . . BA from Carleton College. Mr. KEITH CARLSON: English 3, 4 . . . assistant sponsor of Fire Squad . . . BS Colorado State University, MA State University of Iowa. Mrs. BETTY WELLS HUNT: American Literature, English Literature . . . Girls' Club sponsor . . . BA from University of Alabama, MA from Vanderbilt University . . . Miss MARY MCNALLY, World Literature, English Literature . . . chairman of English department . . . general treasurer . . . sophomore girls, counselor . . . BA Grinnell College, MS Iowa State University. Mr. JERRY PROFFIT: English 3, 4 . . . Drama assistant . . . BA University of Wyoming. 56 SENIOR ENGLISH and literature teachers are Mrs. Reno, Mrs. Anderson Miss McNally, and Mrs. Vegors. TWO MORE MEMBERS of the English department are Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Thompson. ANOTHER MEMBER of the English department, Mrs. Sabourin. Heritage . . , llllCi6l'St3UCil1lg . . . writitlg . . . Speaking taught Sopholnore English and American Literature in her first year at Aims High' . . . reading . . . themes . . . speeches . . . hooks. hooks hooks. Character . . . plot . . . truth. Minimum es sentials . . . originality . . . creativity. Research themes sw . . . vocabulary lists . . . names.. Tale of Two Cities . . Moby Dielr . . . Macbeth . . . Arzligone. Mechanical . . ,I ii ,1 L Rm LAAL spontaneous . . . clarity . . . confusion. WOl'k, work work . . . understancling . . . knowleclge . . . Heritage , ,Q Maasai?- Mrs. EVELYN THOMPSON: American Litera- Mrs. AURILLA VEGORS: Communications Skills. ture, Honors American Literature . . . World Literature, English Literature . . . sponsors Girls, Club, Scratch Pad . . . Junior Girls' counselor . . . AB from Cornell BS from Iowa State University, MS College, MS from Drake University. from Syracuse University. Mrs. BARBARA WARD: English 3, sl, Develop- mental Reading . . . sponsors Spirit . . . BA from Drake University. SOPHOMORE ENGLISH TEACHERS INCLUDE Mr. Hamilton, Mrs. Reno. Mr. Proffit, Mr. Carlson, and Mrs. Ward. 57 LANGUAGE TEACHERS: Miss Von Wittich, Mrs. Vandecar, Mr. Ripp, Mrs. Willis, Mrs. Panagides. Mr. WILLIAM RIPP: Latin 1, 2, 3 . . . Latin Club sponsor, assistant Senior Class sponsor . . . senior boys counselor . . . BA and MS from Kearney State College, Kearney, Nebraska. Mrs. DOROTHY VANDECAR: French l, 2 . . . sponsors French Club . . . BA and MA from Drake University. Miss BARBARA VON WITTICH: German I, 2, 3, 4, 3 . . . sponsors German Club . . . BS and MS from Iowa State University. Mrs. LANI WILLIS: Spanish l, 2, 3, 4 . . . sponsors Spanish Club . . . Associate of Arts from Mt. St. Clare College, Clinton, Iowa, and BA from Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa. 58 French SENTENCE STRUCTURE plays an important part in the learning of a foreign language. I THE LANGUAGE LAB offers the individual V student a full period of pronunciation prac- tice that can not be accomplished in the regular classroom. The study of foreign languages enriches minds and broadens horizons. Comprehension . . . memorizing . . . translating . . . writing . . . read- ing . . . speaking. Vocabulary, vocabulary, vocabulary . . . dialogues . . . drill . . . stories . . . lab. Gender . . . tense . . . conjugation . . . participle . . . agreement. Gallia est divisa in partes tres. Il fait beau aujourdlhui. g,Como se llama? Wie geht es Ihnen? Blankness . . . enlightenment . . . fragments . . . unity . . . expressiveness. Work, work, work . . . understanding . . . knowledge . . . Comprehension. 59 Math department challenges Ames High students MR. DUVALL, an Ames High graduate, returned this year as an algebra teacher. MATH TEACHERS: Mr. Albertson, Mr. Spratt, Miss Stafford, Mr. Hiedeman, Mr. Wood. 60 Investigation . . . theory . . . practice . . . problems, problems, problems. Graphs . . . equations . . . simplification . . . radicals . . . series . . . quadratics . . . angles . . . bisecting . . . con- gruence . . . radians . . . sine . . . cosine . . . tangent. Compasses . . . straight edge . . . graph paper . . . tables. Confusion . . . logic . . . blindness . . . insight . . . reasoning . . . experimenting. Vifork, work, work . . . understanding . . . knowledge . . . Investigation. m fzgjlq V SXNOQCQB g 57c'?f5ff?7' w4"+z- ' 1. ox 53254 Sciences are stepping stones to higher education Discovery . . . experimenting . . . comprehending . . . ob- serving . . . reporting. Bees . . . digestion . . . protoplasm . . E I Mmvz . . . moles . . . ETS tests . . . equations . . . waves . . . reactions . . . pressure.. . . electricity. Micro- scopes . . . metric rulers' . . . test tubes . . . slide rules . . . beakers. Confusion, confusion . . . despair . . . glimmer . . . dawning . . . enlightenment. Work, work, work . . . under- standing . . . knowledge . . . Discovery. SCIENCE TEACHERS: Mrs. Crane, Mr. Spatcher, Mr. Jones, Mr. Sturtevant, Mr. Trump, Mr. Spratt. 62 THE BEE'S ANATOMY provides interesting study for all biology students. Mrs. JEAN CRANE: Chemistry, Physics . . . sponsors Science Seminar . . . BA from Northwest Missouri State College, MA from University of Missouri. Mr. JAMES JONES: Physics . . . assistant sponsor of Science Seminar . . . BA and MA from State College of Iowa. Mr. CECIL SPATCHER: Biology . . . head football coach, sophomore basketball coach, assistant track coach . . . BA from Upper Iowa and MA from University of Iowa. Mr. ROGER SPRATT: Biology, Geometry . . . assist- ant Boys' Club sponsor . . . sponsors Science Seminar . . . BA from State College of Iowa, grad- uate work at Iowa State University. Mr. FLOYD STURTEVANT: Chemistry . . . sponsors Science Seminar . . . BA from Midland College of Fremont, Nebraska, and MA from Iowa State University. Mr. RICHARD TRUMP: Biology . . . sponsors Science Seminar . . . BS and MS from Iowa State University. -v-lg STUDENTS FREQUENTLY employ co-operation in solving tough chemistry problems. 63 Drama and fine arts reveal new student talents Appreciation . . . experimenting . . . creating . . . expressing . . . emotion. Paints . . . charcoal . . . scripts . . . stagecraft . . . sheet music . . . practice. Concerts . . . exhibits . . . productions. "Every- thingis Coming Up Roses" . . . '4Fum, Fum, Fumi' . . . '4Squaring the Circle." Concentration . . . feeling . . . despair . . . elation . . . satis- faction. Work, work, work . . . understanding . . , knowledge . . Appreciation. MUSICAL INTEREST at Ames High was established and ,encouraged by Mr. Moherg, Mr. Cross, and Mr. Day. 64 ART TEACHER Mr. Jonas, new ,to Ames High this year, spent last year in Europe. cv-""' SPEECH AND DRAMATICS teacher Mr. Hamilton enjoys a happy moment in the classroom. Mr. WAYNE CROSS: Vocal Music, sponsors all-state vocal music quartets . . . BSM from Cornell College, MS from Iowa State University. Mr. RICHARD DAY: Band . . . BA from State College of Iowa, MA from University of Iowa. Mr. ROBERT HAMILTON: Sophomore Speech, Beginning Drama, Advanced Drama . . . sponsors Drama Club, Palm Club . . . BA from State College of Iowa, MA from University of Michigan, graduate work at Drake University. Mr. ALLEN JONAS: Art . . . sponsors Art Club . BA from Concordia College, MA from State University of Iowa. Mr. DEAN MOBERG: Orchestra . . . BA and MA from State University of Iowa. Skills learned in Home Economies prepare girls for their futures Preparation . . . trainin . . demonstrating . . . practical ex- perience. Cooking . . . sewing . . . family living . . . home im- provenient. Job . . . pay . . . selling . . . showing . . . teaching . . . typing . . . helping. Timidity . . . confidence . . . enthusiasm . . . drudgery. Work, work, work . . . understanding . . . knowl- edge . . . Preparation. Mrs. MARJORY MORTVEDT: Homemaking, Personal ' and Family Living . . . sponsors FHA . . . BS from N Iowa State University. ' MRS. MORTVEDT has the task of preparing girls to he good homemakers. HOME ECONOMICS GIRLS find sewing a practical phase of their study. l i 66 U'-'fi M il 'ii ..i. K K .nf if ,. s . QQ , ACTIVITIES SUCH as panel discussions added interest in home economics for those who sought it. Nkseupsw and DECA, under the sponsorship of Mr. Overturf, provides students Z1 look at the career opportunities in the field of commercial distribution. COMMERCIAL ARTS TEACHERS: Mr. Bennett, Mrs. English, Miss Glamser, Mrs. Garrett, Mr. Overturf. Mr. LEONARD BENGSTON: Coordinator of Mrs. YVONNE ENGLISH: Typing . . . sponsors Industrial Education . . . sponsor of Awards Committee . . . assistant sponsor cooperative training program, director of Junior Class . . . BA from Southwestern of Ames School of Practical Nursing . . . College, Winfield, Kansas, and ME from Junior Boys' Counselor . . . BS and MS from Louisiana State University. Iowa State University. Mrs. AVONELLE GARRETT: Typing, American Mr. CARROLL BENNETT: Bookkeeping, Personal History . . . sophomore counselor, assist- Typing, Business Law, Business Organiza- ant sponsor of Pep Club . . . BA and MA tion . . . sponsors Boys, Club, Finance from State College of Iowa. Committee . . . BSC and MA from Iowa State Miss WANDA GLAMSER: Typing, Shorthand, University. sponsors Pep Club , . . BA from Kansas State College, Pittsburg, Kansas. "THE QUICK BROWN FOX jumps over the lazy dog's back? 68 Industrial Arts provide for a better future Training . . . testing . . . practice, practice, practice, . . . keyboards . . . bookkeeping . . . shorthand . . . electronics . . . wires . . . motors . . . drafting . . . building. Depression . . . inquiry . . . exploring . . . discovery. Work, work, work . . . knowledge . . . understanding . . . Training. Mr. FRANK JOLLY: Metal Shop, Electricity, Auto Mechanics . . . sponsors Industrial Arts Club . . . assistant sponsor of Boys' Club . . . BS and MS from Iowa State University. Mr. JAMES OVERTURF: Distributive Education, Book- keeping, cadet teaching, Cooperative Office, and Secretarial Training . . . sponsors DECA, athletic treas- urer . . . BA and MA from Colorado State College. Mr. EDWIN STONE: Mechanical Drafting, Technical Drafting, and Woodworking . . . Boys' Club sponsor . . . BS and MS from Iowa State University. INDUSTRIAL ARTS TEACHERS: Mr. Jolly, Mr. Stone, and Mr. Bengston. REBUILDING an automobile engine provides a challenge to Industrial Arts students. 69 ,WFS 309 Miss WENDY FOOTE: Physical Education sponsors varsity cheerleaders, sponsors GRA . . . BA from State College of Iowa. Mr. RICHARD SKARDA: Physical Educa- tion . . . assistant football coach, assistant track coach . . . BS from Midland College, MS from Wayne State College. Mr. RAY SMALLINC: Physical Educa- tion . . . director of Athletics, base- ball coach, sophomore counselor . . . BS from State College of Iowa, MA from State University of Iowa, counseling degree from Iowa State University. PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS: Miss Foote, Mr. Smalling, and Mr. Skarda pause briefly during a busy day. Phgsical fitness: goal ot' athletic department Fitness . . . exercises, exercises, exercises . . sports . . . games . . . hikes . . . softball . . . touch football . . . bowling . . . skating . . volleyball . . . basketball . . . Chicken Fat . . isometrics . . . statistics sheets . . . improvision: Relaxation . . . exertion . . . fatigue . . . strain . . . recreation. Work, work, work . . . Fitness. BOYS who didn't profess to be varsity football players saw plenty of action in physical education classes. 70 THIS SEASONED Physical Education quarterback makes a final effort before biting the dust. url' GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION periods double as entertainment and exercise classe Beyond the books, out of the classroom - Ames High continues. I We must find out what life is for ourselves. I Time, energy, creativity, labor, We give them gladly. New friends, new ideas, new skills, These are given in return. Our lives are richer. Ames High continues. 72 V ffl FIRST SEMESTER Boys' Club officers are, left to right: Harriss King, vice-presidentg Bernie Russell,' treasurerg Ron Ross, presidcntg Kirk Page, secretary. SECOND SEMESTER Boys' Club officers are, left to right: Greg Lauser, vice-presidentg Bernie Russell, treasurerg Steve Risdal, presidentg Ron Bleeker, secretary. SPONSORING BOYS' CLUB were Mr. Beng- ston, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Jolly, Mr. Stone Mr Albertson, and Mr. Spratt. 74 Bogs' Club acts as community service organizalion Service . . Diving . . . enriching. Programs . . . civil rights . . . gymnastics . . . Friendship Week. Projects . foster child . . . Story County Home . . . Teens Against Polio. Uniting . . . Service. DAVE WILCOX AND LINDY BUCK performed at an Boys Club meeting 76 if if 5 , . GIRLS GLEE CLUB entertained the Ames High Girls Club at one of its fall meetings. TRADITIONAL money-making project ot Girls Cluh is selling Christmas wreaths. Q LEADING GIRLS' CLUB were Mary Hagge, secretary, ,lane Martin, second semester president, Sonja Accola, first semester president, and Ann Wharton, treasurer. Girls Club sells wreaths. sponsors secret sisters OVERSEEING ALL GIRLS' CLUB activities were sponsors Mrs. Thompson, Miss Stafford, and Mrs. Hunt. Service . . . giving . . . enriching. Programs . . . style show . . . date night . . . tea . . . civil rights . . . travel- ogue . . . Friendship Week. Projects . . . wreaths . . . pencils . . . foster child . . . Story County Home . . . Teens Against- Polio. Secret sisters . . . letters . . . cards . . . surprises . . . curiosity . . . guessing . . . revelation. Uniting . . . Service. 77 THE DRAMA BULLETIN BOARD takes the place of the Bell Telephone and Western Union in serving thc department. PALM CLUB, thc drama honorary society, welcomed drama students at a fall mixer. 78 AS ACTORS ENTERTAIN the audiencc with their antics on stage, backsiage crews keep the play running smoothly. Drama teaches. encourages. enlightens as students put on professional productions Cooperation . . . expression . . understanding . . . experiencing. Flats . . . flame proofing . . . dope The Stage and the School . . . pantomime . . . his- tory . . . playwrights . . . interpretation . . . charac- terization. Merit list . . . crewheads . . . 52 points . . . Palm pin. Work, work, work. Appreciation . . criticism . . . Cooperation. DRAMA STUDENTS bid Mr. Hamilton a fond farewell at a Palm Club surprise party. PRECEDING EACH PLAY, drama classtime was concentrated on constructing complicated sets. -'ni K 79 . . . cynabex . . . spirit gum. Scene design . . . Fall plag, Mr. HamiI+on's llnal AHS production Vusya .... . . Ludmilla ...... Abram ....... . . Sashka ........ . . . Rabinoviteh .... Boris Novikov . . Stchepkina . Martova .... Nokonorov Basova Expression . . . interpretation . . . creation 7 YY Y l Tonya Kuznetzova . . . . . Emilian Tonkonogov .... . .lay Villwock Pat Porter Kathy Burnet Alan Anderson Rodney Drake . Randy Jones Mike Sanders .. Mike Sevde Jane Peterson .ludi Hart .. Jeff Larson . Kitty Fisher . . . under- standing . . . feeling . . . being. Beards . . . birdcage . . . TONYA WAITS EXPECTANTLY for Sashka to tell his plans for the future Soviet Union. sausage . . . light bulb . . . boots . . . riveting . . . Lenin . . blueprints . . . primus stove . . . aecordian. Tears . . . anger . . . joy . . . despair . . . shame "Workers' solidarity", . . . 4'Meow". Work, . . . Good bye. Creation . . . Expression. TEARS AND PLEADINC follow the discovery that the two confirmed bachelor roommates have both married. . . . elation. work, work 80 "OOO, ITS '1'1CRRIlf'If1!" Idldlllillll 1-xprcssvs lwr admiration for Emiliun, ilu' pm'l's, lxlllsvh-24. 91" RARELY SEEN lnlckslugc wurkcrs shun- thu linu-light with llu' cusl. fi' ki? MR. HAMILTON wuund up ton ycurs us mlircctm' fm 1.- AHS plays with Squuring ilu' Circle. ir- 'Z :, 'Z w I . sg v I I if? . ,Q X3 PRIMUS Eve. 82 Harry Domin .... . . . Sulla .......... . . Bob Thomas .. Gail Nichols Marius .... .... . . . Cary Zmolek Helena Glory .... .. Merry Matters Dr. Gall ....... .... S teve Pepper Dr. Helemier . Mr. Fabry Mr. Alquist .. Consul Busman Nana .... Radius . . . Helena . . . Primus . . . Robots . . . ' NMADAM DOMIN, I'11 fill up my glass!" Helemier's light-hearted. gaicty is. soon dimmed by the robots' take over of R0ssum's Island. Bob McKie Dario Zaffarano .. Bill Heaton .. Mike Sevde Kirsten Eness .. . Chuck Gruu Lynna Simpson . . Bob Matters . . . . . Bill Fisher Jim Montagna Cathy Elbert Steve Jones AND HELENA, the only robots that can feel love, become the hope for a new world, the second Adam and Machine conquers manin Junior production of RUR Expression . . . concentration . . . identi- fication . . . being. Work, work, work . . . blizzard . . . work . . . performance. Tunics . . . whiskers . . . gray hair . . . computer music . . . brandy . . . sun- rise. Make-up.. . . green room . . . wait- ing . . . curtain . . . effort . . . tension . . . exhaustion . . . relief . . . sadness . . satisfaction . . . Expression. WITH THE ROBOTS' attack imminent, Helena confesses that she burned the precious manuscript, the secret of manufacturing robots. CAS'1 AND CREWS, under the new direction of Mr. Proffit, presented with startling reality a world 'of the future populated by Ros- sum's Universal Robots. 83 Giving everyone a chance to participate or enjog . . . MARGARET PROVED INVALUAULE in keeping thc choir on pitch. Preparation practice programs perfec- tion. Choir Girls Glee Boys Glee Mixed Chorus. Practice, practice, practice. Reading . . . memorizing . . . blending . . . refining . . . unity. Tedium enthusiasm enjoyment .. relaxation effort cooperation . .. Prepara- tion. WEEKS OF PRACTICE are necessary for a good performance. 84 A CAPPELLA CHOIR, front-M Stewart, P Millard, K Hull, S Trow, S Swan, S Kinker, S Accola, K Swanson, D Beaty, A Cams, A Eggleton, V Albright, P Young, A Clark, second-C Tevebaugh, B Watson, K Fisher, L Phillips, A Hemstreet, M Dotson, A Jones, K Burnet, P Carpenter, V Voelker, K Kelley, P Tonne, M Augustine, N Claude, M Sielertg third-Mr. Cross, J Borden, J Dickson, S Pepper, R Skrdla, D Ukena, S Hegland, M Key, M Anderson, M Ulmer, C Bliss, S Bristol, K Woodworth, B Peters, M Harrell, B Fredericks, D Uhlg fourth-M Bliss, M Mclnnis, D Kelso, C Farley, R Exner, D Wilcox, C Greene, B Sandve, L Cross, .l Piersol, H Diehl, D Hedrick, R Bleeker, B Tysseling, R Larsen, H Ramsey, M Mosse. ' IE 7 SSM H4653 Is: ni - , mm., stew Zvi. n KBS-no - izmetgitirm nil! MIXED CHORUS, front-B. Hansen, M kenny, U Bath, S. Wickersham, C Shadle, B Thompson, J Ostrem, J Hiserote, B Stevens, K Ethington, second-K Van Hovel, J McDowell, C Byers, B Jeffrey, J Tauber, F Cerwick, D Lambert, D Ruhe, N Crovisier, M Gilchrist, third-P Sheeler, C Oslund, B Stoltenberg, D DeBoer, K Rozehoom, J Mathison, J Jordan, D Rose, M Thompson, N Lewis, fourth-P Dahm, B Swanson, R Moorman, P Bowen, S Emanuel, S Smith, G Zmolek, C Crane, K Younie, W Chaffin. f i Q was .... Q A Q.. - e,,,t ,1 MIXED CHORUS, front-L Singer, B Christensen, J Thiel, L Bowen, C Stewart, P Swan, D Stutzman, M Stewart, A Seiser, S Williams, second-M McHonc, S Spatcher, G Smith, N Pyle, K Skrdla, D Erickson, .l Hall, L Self, C Jenkins, L Abeggg third- A Lande, M Lokken, M Foreman, M Matters, J Hofstad, J Wirtz, J Arnbal, N Mosier, J Renfeldt, L Sobotka, J Clark: fourth- M Fung, L Skold, B Nilsson, D Carr, B Van Houweling, G Ekberg, B Zimmermann, E Mills, T Carlirey, M Morris, S Carlson. 86 in-all r .y - A ,Qi 5, Q ""' is . ,I :K z -L, 1 L-L.1 , W KH ' 3, s l , l I , X A rl F E - 5 f ' ,J BOYS' GLEE, front-D Lambert, M Foreman, M Morris, B Stoltenherg, J Tauber, D Hedrick, D DeBoer, L Skold, G Smith, M Mosse, F Cerwick, M Stewart, second-R Skrdla, P Bowen, J Piersol, S Hegland, D Kelso, H Diehl, B Fredricks, J Dickson, M Key, K Rozeboom, J Mathison, K Woodworth, third-R Larsen, M Mclnnis, S Smith, B Tysseling, G Zmolek, 'B Peters, B Jef- frey, H Ramsey, D Carr, R Exner, S Pepper, D Uhlg fourth-M Harrell, J Borden, C Farley, B Sandve, D Wilcox, B Van Houwel- ing, C Crane, D Ukena, R Bleeker, G Greene, L Cross, M Bliss, S Emanuel. Liv Q, t - i . an X sexi its' , -.sr t .os A . .,, -H f - 1 - . t -r I mists 1. l - s . . ,s . N. GIRLS' GLEE, front-V Beck, M Woldruff, J Brown, R Ingram, J Hiserote, C Stewart, C Dodd, M Rodenborn, C McMahon, C Jenkins, N Looft, D Daley, G Smith, C Bristol, H Reinhold, second-S Browell, S Wickersham, L Glandorf, C Nicolle, S Routh, J Barrow, S Keller, M McCaffrey, M Hoffman, M Wesack, J Fiske, J Schoenenberger, S Spatcher, C Wacker, G Elliott, J Dahl, third-B Thompson, S Lasche, L Sobotka, C Byers, J McDowell, L Dalton, J Hofstad, L Nickey, S Trow, J Porter, M Jenkins, L Self, M Gilchrist, J Wirtz, M Thompson, fourth-J Arnbal, N Crovisier, A Miller, M Foreman, J Coupe, S Johnson, M Polhemus, K Younie, R Truhe, K Drummond, L Hand, R Moorman, J Hannum, B Swanson, P Kennedy, B Dankbar, E Mills, T Carbrey. Lg Q .1 GIRLS' GLEE, front-S Williams, A Seiser, M Penny, D Stutzman, B Bath, J Thiel, B Stevens, J Zober, K Ethington, B Christien- sen, K Singer, B Hansen, second-P Swan, K Olson, C Shadle, M McHone, N Lewis, K Skrdla, J Hall, L Ahegg, J Ostrem, K Van Hovel, S Peterson, L Bowen, third-N Pyle, P Sheeler, M Miller, N Mosier, M Matters, K Enness, M Lokken, B Aronoff, A Lande, D Ruhe, B Anderson, J Clark, fourth-D Rose, W Chaffin,S Carlson, J Jordan, B Nilsson, G Ekberg, B Zimmermann, L Piper, M Fung, P Dahm, J Renfeldt, J Peterson, C Oslund. 81 'Y tfi ANNA LANDE was one of several llCCOItlpllSllCd vo culists representing Ames High this year. THE SENIOR GIRLS' SEXTET included: front: Pam Young, Ann Clark, Sonja Accolag back: Carolyn Bliss, Sandy Kinker, Kay Swanson. THE SENIOR BOYS' QUARTET included Rick Exner, Bob Peters, Kevin Woodworth, and Charles Farley. 88 AHS musicians labor long. reap mang rewards Talent practice perseverance. Work, work, work. Hope tlesire tletertnitmtion practice, practice .. try-outs. Accomplishment. Vacation . . . Des Moines new friends prac- tice, practice. Concert . . . Talent. MANY HOURS of practice ltclpvd prvpurc music groups for All-Stattc tryouts. ---......, I ALL-STATE FINALISTS from Ames included: back, J Piersol, P Marks, T Boast, R Exner, C Fttrleyg ccnler, K Wood- worth, N Looft, S Accola, A Clark, B Pctcrsg front, J Seidel, TCurbrey,K Pohl, M Ulmer, A Fgglotnn. THE MARCHINC BAND entertained football game spectators during nd half-time ceremonies. THE BAN-D MARCHED to the cadenees of the drum sec- tion. E IIN, .E sw .- MARCHING BAND practiced daily to achieve perfection during fourth period, fair weather or foul. 90 AMES HIGH'S 1964-65 mujorcttes were, front: Toni Linder, Gloria Constantine, Janice Miller thead majorcttel, Tcrric Craig, Donn: Skarshaug. Standing are Gayle McKenna, Peggy Shadle, Debbie Politis, Ann Wllarton, Karen Hull, Kitty Fisher. Marching band features precision drills. formations Precision . . . timing . . . cooperation. Practice, practice. Marching+when . . . where . . . how.,Rou- tines . . . formations . . . themes. Pinwheel . . election battle . . . heart . . . AHS . . . flag-raising. Spats . . . gloves . . . plumes. Flags . . . batons . . boots . . . cold legs. Feature twirler . . . double batons . . . fire batons. Drum major . . . leading . . . directing . . . managing. Work, work, work. Confusion . . . symmetry . . . jumble . . . regularity . . Precision. wit ,- XJ Q I X 5? DRUM MAJOR ,lim Pit-rsol directed the marching band Bands provide entertainment. means of expression Performance . . . practice . . . prepara- tion . . . precision. Stage Band . . . Con- cert Band . . . Pep Band . . . Sophomore Band. Practice ractice. "Groovin' v P Highv . . . c6William Tell" . . . 4'Sweet Georgia Brownn . . . '6Das Pensionatf, Coordinating . . . refining . . . unity. Enthusiasm . . . expression . . ..bore- dom . . . cooperation . . . Performance. THE DANCE BAND, under the direction of Mr. Homer Gartz, performed admirably at several dances and assemblies through- out the year. 92 THE PEP BAND OFFERED a colorful array of music to boost enthusiasm in the crowd. N I ,mx 1... .. 4-7, fi MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC . . . from a bass' point of view. fssscrigo Sf If , . . rf-'Q - E' inf. r D 45 shy, SUCCESSFUL INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC requires concentration. 94 WHO NEEDS SEVENTY-SIX TROMBONES-when wc-'ve got Alun Woodrow? IN GROUPS or solos, perfection requires practice Ff' Orchestra performs with plays. String Festival THE ORCHESTRA practices and performs under tllc direction of Mr. Mobcrg. CELLIST DAVE concentrates on his music. 96 Performance . . . preparation . . . precision Plays . . . concerts. Practice, practice. Learn ing . . . coordinating . . . refining . . . unity Impatience . . . temper . . . mastery . . . ac complishment . .. satisfaction. Enjoyment . . . effort . . . Performance. LINDY IS EXHAUSTED after an hour of hard practice. Spanish. French. Latin. and German Clubs combine learning and social activities Enrichment entertainment . .. enjoy- ment. Programs . . . singing . . . eating . . . lectures . . . eating .. . parties eatin . .. skits eating. Fete . . . Mardi Gras. Christmas . . . pinata. Caroling . . . Ger- man band. Roman banquet . . . togas. Plan- ning announcing presenting. Cus- toms . . . traditions . . . understanding . . . Enrichment. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS celebrated Christmas with a festive party. SPANISH CLUB officers were Ann Mulhall, Mary Anderson, Marcia Frigaard, and Lynn Beese. 98 LATIN CLUB OFFICERS were, from left: Missy Matlcrson, Polly Peterson, and Mark Bauske. JACKI HEER, Margaret Ulmer, and Mary Pascale served as German Club officers. FRENCH STUDENTS SELECTED ,lim Piersol, Janet Nairn, Mary Bacon, and Dave Bauske as their officers. I00 OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES of French Club plan activities for each meeting. . V... ..----.-.....-..m ii' 1 SPANISH STUDENTS PRESENTED a lively kit in honor of Columbus Day Q THE SPANISH CLUB held its Christmas party in tl1e school cafeteria. t" V Q A ttWw.W? ,MW L 'kk Ni 35 YN? X. SFT N131 THE NEWLY FORMED GERMAN CLUB BAND practices its rendition of "Ach du lieber Augustin." Publishing WEB offers seniors new experience Deadline . . . two weeks . . . Deaclline. Layouts . . . research . . . articles . . . creativity . . . proofreading. Measuring . . . typing . . . pho- tographing. Work, work, work. Worry . . . collecting . . . organizing . . . hurry . . . rush . .. short tempers . . . short time . . . Deadline. EVEN BUDDING JOURNALISTS use rubber cement. IN SPITE OF sleepless Monday nights, Mrs. Bauske always remained calm and cheerful, eager to offer her counsel. l02 f TAKING A BREATHER are the members of the journalism class as they seek inspiration for their next WEB publication. DAYS OF RUSHING and worrying result in the weekly WEB publications. The effort involves the complete group as cucli person is important. l03 SPIRIT staff beats deadline to picture AHS activitg Deadline . . . layouts . . . copy . . . captions headlines . . . ads . . . pictures, pictures, pictures. Taylorgrams . . . typewriters . . . money, money, money. Smothers Brothers . .. dancing lessons . . . bunny . . . sleeping . . . studying chatter. Weekends work, Work, work. Rush . . . scramble . . . Deadline. ADS AND BUSINESS STAFFS keeping the money coming in are-Front: Carolyn Bliss fadsi, Sue Underhill fassislant businessl, Pat Tonne Cbusi- nessl. Back: Karen Parker Cassistant adsl, Terrie Craig fassistant adsl, Mary Hagge fadsl. THE EDITORIAL STAFF trying to put a. hook together are from left: Pat Porter fcopyl, Neil Thompson fassistant copyl, Janice Miller fartl, Mrs. Ward Csponsorl, Dave Bauske Csportsl, Brad Moses feditorl, Danny Uhl fassistant editori, and Ted Lawrence fassistant urtl. I04 ALL WORK and no play would nmkc the SPIRIT stuff nonexistent. YF' THE ROVINC PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF includes, above: Terry Wardle Cphotograplicri, Jim McGinnis fhcad photographerl, Bruce Trump fpho- tograpllcrl. Below: Donna Skarshuug fphotographv cditorl, and Cram Crccnc fads pllologrupllcrb. ,W A LOST CONTACT results in one of the many crises faced by the SPIRIT staff. I05 Librarg Club aids staff: debate develops logic Helping . . . service. Mending . . . checking . . . finding . . . returning . . . stamping. Overdue slips . . . fines, fines, fines. Neatness . . . arrangement . . . order . . . organiza- tion. Vlforlc, work. work. Helping. Logic . . . reasoning . . . organizing . . . presenting. Research . . sorting . . . collecting . . . . . . trips. Smugness . . . despair . fusion. Arguments . . . insults . . . sarcasm. condensing. Tournaments . . confidence . . . con- SYLVIA LEVINE drives home a point on this year's debate topic, "Resolved, that nuclear weapons should be abolished." VISUAL AIDS, such as this poster held hy Nancy often in presentation of debates. Ellis, were used I we iw? THROUGH CONSTRUCTIVE criticism, Mr. Cole helped all debaters to come up with winning cases. 96 if F'S.kM 5 Q MRS. DICKINSON draws on her expericnee us Ames High lilmruriun in helping students find nnttvrial for spceelres, term papers. gun reports. LIBRARY CLUB MEMBERS kept the library orderly und organized. IO7 Research projects. Tuesday night . .. lecturer medicine . .. operation. Project . .. experi- mentation . . . data . . . waiting . . . watching . . . results Science Fair display awards. Observing . .. recording . .. discovery . .. interest . . . originality . . . perseverance . . . Research. WELL KNOWN SPEAKERS often attended Science Seminar meet ings to share their knowledge with the students. Science Seminar studies methods of medicine THE MEMBERS observed a dog's reaction to anesthesia. I08 SCIENCE SEMINAR also provided cnt study. ONE TUESDAY EVENING found the students studying blood samples. . iiiska 1- . , z x . R s X I is F? .M X opportunity for independ- ,EY xx - A. 41+ li FHA. Co-op seek to prepare students for the future ibm Expericnce . . . preparation . . . learning . . . practice. Demonstrating selling . .. teaching nursing homemaking. Goals . .. plans Iii .. . futures. Satisfaction . . . reward .. . insight . . . Experience. DOUG GETS ON-THE-JOB training in Christmas wrapping. FHA ENRICHES the lives of home economics students through rouncl-thc-your activities. l I0 'F -5 Lf .A..g. 'KY' V., . DO YOU WANT T0 BE A TEACHER? f we 33 is s a nurse? . . . ! - 5 2 s ,.,sE ..,, fl? ,gl and a salesman? Cu-op helps you decide. To excel, to strive for perfection, - To batter down competition, to fight back at life. Sports entangle all Ames High life. Thinking is stimulated. Life is given purpose, goals. Determination, effort, pride, responsibility- Sports strengthen character. Character strengthens sports. ll2 Q ww,- Q ' I s x-. 'K V , . -:,,3.x .. .. XO . OO 1- 'C' -Ns- 1 s W W? ,- fin.. if -- K ,.,,yw:-in 'Mi grin . Mi'-f 'f ' K 8,1-,W .. H+ 1 N K I V wk A 45 . .J -gf M52 Q' K W . .Xslxy.:cT.A Hu- A N ws! wk ' -A-Km " 55 V3 ' -., 4" 3 ...GS . K ' ' if .Q xv Q t N:-fn fm, , X v ii 9 , .vw . .. .. . vv. , 5- " hi .. M -wp Q ' . . QISQFTS in 'ff-'Q ' K I -i. yy. " 45:4 ,Q-.,, QQ 1 sm,-Wf. 1349 . ,Q W -N, Lf A . X cy," - wx .ia-5.,.,,, N .ww FR" Q K. 6 fig W ...QYUK "' .JM 34 13' ,..w.xg.. . S X M, ' 4 .im- 4-M. Q w A im, As? Cheersquad promotes enthusiasm and school spirit Enthusiasm . . . energy . . . spirit . . . bounce. An- nouncements . . . skits . . . rallies . . . games. Singing . . . yelling . . . laughing. Practice, practice, inventing . . . experimenting . . . testing . . . perfecting . . . presenting. Rhythm . . . coordination . . . bounce. Encouraging . . . pleading . . . urging . . . leading. Work, work, work. Enthusiasm. "U RAH RAH Ames High School!" The cheerleaders go into action at a pep assembly. s' Q THE CHEERSQUAD generated pep and jubilation at all school athletic events and pep assemblies. II4 SPELI. -BINDING ADDITIONS to llie AHS cllevrsquad were gymnasts Dave Yvilcox and Lindy Buck. SOPHOMORE CHEERSQUAD included, front: Vicki Beck, Polly Peterson, Betsy Jackson, and Hope Reinhold, back, alternates Connie Dodd, Mary Billings, Kay Forsythe, and Cheryl Hansen. THE VARSITY CHEERSQUAD, seated, front: Margy Stanifortll, Mary Thompson, Jane Peterson, Beth Ward, Muriel Foreman, Mary Anne Maurer, back row, alternates Jane Porter, Louise Partin, Mary Mulhall, Jan Hoff, Sharon Larson, and Sara Beals. X J I 3 ft R' ff. ' X W 1, II5 AS THE SEASON PROGRESSED, en- ' ' ..',Ei-T Ha ' tllusiasm grew as more students fol- ' 'IX x .',?fwf,-PM X 1 lowed the Little Cyclones to outfof- "YQ , SEQ town encounters. 5, I THE PEP BAND contributed extra volume and excitement at games and pep assemblies. PEP CLUB SIGN PAINTING required an all-out effort. II6 A BREEZEWAY SIGN depicts Coach Spatchcr's en- couragement to the football team. All school Pep Club stands behind teams A NEW LOOK: members of the all-school Pep Club wait for buses on a trip to Dowling. Spirit . . . enthusiasm . . . lung power. New organi- M ,ww zation. Fridays-black skirts . . . white blouses . . . black sweaters . . . letters . . . white socks . . . black r tennies. Meetings . . . posters . . . tags . . . pro- grams . . . skits . . . pompoms. Yelling . . . cheer- ing . . . urging . . . backing . . . clapping . . . stamp- ing. Requirements . . . points . . . records. Pep . . Spirit. 4553? ,Iv 'illlilm -J 'Q' PEP CLUB OFFICERS were left to ri ht Carol Warner vice-presidentg Mary Mulhall, g 3 y presidentg Linda Dodd, treasurer, and Nancy Crovisier, secretary. MARY MULHALL pre- sides over a Pep Cluli Council meeting. ll7 Lil-He Cyclones finish 3rd in CIC with 3-Q record if s l CO-CAPTAINS Sheeler and Herrick mcct for thc toss of the coin before the Roosevelt game. LINE COACH BECKHAM directs pre-game warmups. Il8 Victory . . . hope , . . expectation . . . anticipation Soft . . . train . . . drill . . . practice . . . hard. Block . . . rur 1... pass . . . kick . . . tackle. Sweep . . plunge . . . slant . . . draw . . . sneak . . . rollout. Hud dle . . . hike . . . handoff . . . twist . . . turn . . . touch down. Spirit . . . desire . . . defeat . . . work, work work . . . Victory. SCANDRETT BURSTS THROUGH a lrolc created by the right side of the Ames Line. V ' en COACH SPATCHER OFFERS halftime suggestions and encouragement to the Little Cyclones against Roosevelt. SCANDRETT RUNSQ Bliss blocksg Ames defeats Marshalltown. HANSEN PICKS UPA FIRST DOWN against Grinnell. BAPPE AND KETELSEN escort Healy on a 4-6-yard touchdown sprint against Oskaloosa. I I9 Sophomores. Junior Varsity prepare for the future SOPIIOMORE l"OO'l'llAl,l. TEAM--'Front row: M Barous, ll Baker, C Anderson, M Beman, B Young, M Penkhus, J Montognag second raw: R Johnson, R Burns, B Jeffrey, M Rodon, D Bappe, V Rothacker, K Cooperg third row: B Bacon, S II:-lzul, I. Hall, ,I lloslollvr, T Guy, C Davisg fourth row: S Ilunziker, K Hawk, D King, D Kinker, C Crabau, C Fuji- naka, J Wall. 'l'llE ROOSEVELT SOPHS displayed a strong running game against ilu: Amos 1-levi-n in llle final ycarling encounter. I20 SOPHOMORE RECORD Ames .... .... 0 Webster City . . Ames. . . .... 33 Nevada . . . . Ames .... .... 1 9 Newton . . . . Ames .. 6 Marshalltown .. Ames .... .... I 2 Des Moines East .. Ames .. 6 Des Moines Tech . .. Ames .... .... 1 2 Boone ............ Ames .. 0 Des Moines Roosevelt RICHARDS AND SCANDRETT wait with rcluxrd anticipation for the last-minute gumc instruvtions. N.N..q,,N wx ..t. Q is HEALY MAKES A FINE STOP nn the Marshalltown fullback in the confcrvnce final. IZI Ames rallies after earlg setbacks for 3-6 record JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD Ames... ...8 Lincoln Ames... .... 13 North Des Moines .. 0 Ames... ...6 Nevada ...O Ames. . . . . . 0 Southeast Polk . . . . 41 HEALY'S ELUSIVE RUNNING spurs the Cyclones to win at Oskaloosa. , no ..- lil 1964- VARSITY FOOTBALL PLAYERS: Front row, J Fleig, N Herrick, J Sheeler, J Hansen, D Scandrett, J Billings, R Bappe, S Ris- dal, M Schmidt, B VonBergeng second, D Pasley, J Ketelsen, T Rasmussen, R Jellinger, M Shockley, E Huffman, M Ritland, D Baker, K Hoskins, B Friedrich, R Watson, third, B Steil, T McKinley, M Bliss, R Blake, T Preston, B Cook, R Fate, R Ross, D Shadle D Dresser, fourth, D Cauger, ,I Lasche, B Beckman, E Wilson, R Stucky, T Healy, H Phillips, B Penny, B Doran, J Owings, C Eli dridgeg fifth, D Donelson, D Kcisler, M Bonwell, .l Brown, D Rod, S Vance, B Russell, T Richards, M Kelso, R Genovese: sixth Coach Beckham, S Coettsch, M Strickland, M McClurkin, B Brunkow, Coach Spatcher, R Bleekcr. l23 x 31 N M 2 xr-. MILE AND CROSS COUNTRY RECORD CIC Mile team race: Ames Second State Mile team race: AAA class, Ames Fourth Mike Augustine Invitational Cross Country: Ames Second CIC Cross Country: Ames Second State Cross Country: AAA class, Ames Second THE STRESS of running nearly 2 miles is clearly shown on Marshall Thomas's face. AMES HIGH MILE AND CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: L Lockhart, D Pohl, M Thomas, T Potts, N Thompson, J Ingvoldstad, D Kuhn. Agp 41. ln. I24 Young Ames cross oounirg team captures second Ih both state and CIC meets Run, Run, Run . . near. Legs . . . exhausted . condition. Run gun . . . start . recover. Practice pl'lCtlLL Run Run Run 'IHEY RE OFF' The pack pulls away from the starting hnc ln the CIC cross country at Ames Third gear of wrestling brings bright outlook Aggressive quick strong scientific. Work, work sweat thirst starve weigh in. Hammerlock . .. switch reverse half . . . guillotine . . . bear. .Takedown . . . escape .. . reversal . .. ride pin. Work, work . .. defeat desire victory trophy. Deter- mined . . . Aggressive. COACH BECKHAM give: the team final instructions before the start of the first CIC Wrestling Tournament WRESTLING TEAM-Front: E Sealine, L Conley, D Bauder, B Pepper, D Coy, H Randlesg Second: T Oates, R Eilts, B Sorenson, D Kuhn, S Zmolek, D Lampe, M Craig, E Workman, J Fergusong Third: S Coettsch, J Wheeler, D Bauske, J Dickson, R Scastrand, B Penny, R Skrdla, J Litzelg Fourth: A Bartels, M Hakes, D Kelso, I Wall, J McGinnis, B Frum, D Scandrett, E Huffman, C Rogness, Mr. Beckham. I26 JIM LITZEL controls his opponent at the conference meet. ED HUFFMAN gets one more of his I2 pins. - aw 103-POUND Howard Randles on his way to winning the conference champion ship. DENNIS KELSO rides his way to victory. Ames .... 16 Urbandale .... 29 Ames .... lst N. Polk Inv. Ames ,,,, 22 Kuemper, Carroll. . 18 Ames .... 23 North Polk .... 12 Ames .... 14 Ankeny .... 25 Ames .... I1 Algona .... 31 Ames .... 25 West Marshall .... 14 Ames .... 26 North D.M. .... lg Ames .... 19 Grinnell .... 20 Ames .... 14 Tama-Toledo .... 27 Ames .... 34 Marshalltown .... 14 Ames .... 19 Newton .... 24 Ed Huffman eliminated in the state tournament. RANDY EILTS breaks his man clown. l27 ...ull 1.5 ' 1 EV I 'M V' '5 'Q Q: 2.1 ,cu s w Q F -'I K J Q A Efff I A Liii 1. Q 'H M Qsfif.. f " Ng W 11 I . 2 4 A 5, W X Aff I l Wil iu.':a-as... H153 mrs ANES IFES IME 348 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM-Front: R Green, T Read, T Healy, R Agard, M Bliss, R Blake, M Anderson, T McKinleyg Back: Mr. Hausheer, Mr. Spateller, K Paige, B Best, S Coe, J Hcnsing, J Dunleuvy, S P051-gate, ,l Ketelsen, M Ritlund, R Blocker, Mr. Duvall. SOPHOMORE MIKE BEMAN adds two more to his total ut Roosevelt. -L' 'SMQQW . ' .M ,. will 'M f. ,. WI: - . ' , i , ,,, as. -4x-f, -, ' . Z- i i f -it ' "vw A 'iii t ii' . , A r -. L - fifiiiiliiilg,-.fg,zat - l30 'ii "hiv we COACH SPATCHEIVS sovuonomz it-um prepares for the future. gains expe rienu and f Cgclones compile I2-6 season record. STEVE ELLIOT takes a charity toss in more 66-50 win at Roosevelt. the sopho- Ames Ames Ames.. Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames.. Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames .... .... Ames. . . . . . VARSITY RECORD Mason City . .... Roosevelt .... North D.M. Grinnell ..... Boone . . . Newton .... Roosevelt .... Algona ...... Marshalltown .. Webster City Oskaloosa ..... Dowling .... Grinnell . . . Boone ....... Newton ....... Marshalltown . . . Oskaloosa ..... Tech D.M. . . . 3rd in CIC SOPH. . . . 55 35-47 . . . 78 58-50 . . . 75 52-56 40-62 78-54 . . . 55 45-51 . . . 85 66-50 , , , 50 no game . . . 72 45-62 . . . 49 H0 Same . . . 40 76-37 . . . 81 74-70 . . . 79 56-68 . . . 44 77-40 . . . 61 59-65 . . . 82 72-45 . . . 58 91-46 . . . 55 40-43 73 40 'Qw- SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM: front, J. Hensing, C Davis, R Burns, M Beman, B Young, D Bappe, A Clark, B Jeffrey: back, S. Elliot, ,l Hostetter, R Watson, D Kinker, B Bacon, C Fujinaka, R Johnson, Mr. SPHICIICT- l3I Teamwork and determination bring fine record JOHN HENSING'S rebounding aided its many victories. .91 X, we V ,sl , ,-w DUNLEAVY AND KETELSEN prepare for action in Ames' first win over Newton in eight starts. THE SHOOTING OF COE AND AGARD d Ames through the season. Tim McKinley ances. FINE JUNIOR PLAY by bolstered Little Cyclone perform --...S A . HIGH SCORING Stcvc Coe collects two more at Roosevelt. 3 L A DETERMINED LITTLE CYCLONE TEAM surprised the cxpvrts with a 79-78 win over Roosevelt. .41 W ww I is- M ,,.,.,. STEVE POSECATE'S OUTSTANDING FLOOR PLAY spurred the Little Cyclones throughout the season. I33 GRA, iniramurals provide good opporiuniig For competition Recreation . . . relaxation . . . fun. Tournaments . . . all stars. Horseback riding . . . bowling party . . . play days . . . 4'Haymound Heaven." Practice, practice, practice. Victory . . re joicing . . . losing . . . dejection. Recreation. PREPARATION FOR the GRA party isn't a "Hay- mound Heaven." I34 GRA girls blow off steam in an energetic volleyball match "YOU MEAN you both have hay fever?" INTRAMURAL COMPETITION generated almost as much enthusiasm as varsity sports. Competition . . . homeroom teams . . . tour- naments. Football . . . basketball . . . cross country . . . tennis . . . horseshoes . . . table tennis . . . rope climb. Point totals . . . trophies . . . ribbons. Victory . . . rejoicing . . losing . . . dejection . . . Competition. JAY WALLIN, Mike Stevens, and Ron Green assisted Mr. Page as intramural managers. L ' i.s.-.-.. I. I35 Faces in a crowded corridor, voices in the hall. Surging masses all moving toward an undefined goal. - I Out of restless movement comes something concrete- . The face of a friend. Shared troubles, infectious laughter, - Consolation, understanding- A friend is forever. - I : I I - - I I I - 1 I - 1 i I l36 People AHS moves forward with action ol' Student Council Progress cooperation self-government. Problems, problems introducing debating decision action. Complaints praise suggestions projects money, money. Elections. Work, work, work. Understanding . . . communicating . . . Progress. r.-'-i' -' ..,-1 ...- f I A VARIETY of student interests and problems come to the attention of the Student Council. MEMBERS OF STUDENT COUNCIL are, front: B Jeffrey fSer. Chr.l, S Spatcher, N Yang fPub. Rel. Chr.l, B Stevens, G Smith, B Russell, J Montegna, E,Workman, D Carlson, second, J, Piersol, J Ketelsen fSec.l, S Ladd, D Albertsen fSoc. Chr.l, K Hull CAssembly Chnl, D Skarshaug fWel. Chnl, G Grabau, D Smith, B Singer, D Younie, D Keisler, Mr. Ritland Csponsorl, K Burnet, B Smalling ftreas., Fin. Cl1r.l, bnclf, J lngvoldstad fAwards Chr.l, R Bleeker QSOC. Chnl, D Kelso Cpres.l, D Bauske fv-pres., Elec. Cl1r.l, S Hetzel, M Beman, V Rothacker, R Hanway, D Ukena fH'com. Chr.l, D Pasley, ,I Fleig, T Healy, E Wilson, S Vance, B Best, R Watson. l38 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL: Seated: D. Pasley, T. Simmering, B. Best CH'com. chr.J, J. Ketelsen, J. Dunlcavy, S. Ladd, B. Smalling ftreasj, T. Preston, S. Williams, M. Pascale, B. Bauman, K. Burnett, D. Albertson lsecj. K. Hull fassembly chr.J, M. Sealock, K. Ethington, C. Hansen, M. Peterson, P. Shadle. Standing:'D. Elbert, B. Knight, G. Duncan, J. Montegna, R. Watson, B. Eldridge, T. Johnson, G. Zmolek fpub. chr.J, K. Rozeboom, S. Smith Cser. chr.J, A. Woodrow, J. Dickson, Mr. Ritland fsponsorl, D. Ukena fpres.J, J. Bowen iv-pres.J, B. Jacobson fawards chr.J, T. Richards, J. VanScoy, M. Shaw, D. Baudcr, D. Bauskc. R. Bleeker fsoc. chr.7, D. Kelso, S. Aggarwal fcit. chr.D, J. Piersol, R. Buchcle. Not Pictured: D. Skarshaug fwcl. Chnl. 1 MR. RITLAND, working in an advisory capacity, helps Student - -' f ig t Council over the rough spots. J . ,ff 0.-X J 'vga' F' S Q PARLIAMENTARIAN ROD keeps Student Council lllilCilil'lCl'y in good working order. I39 FRIDAY MORNING leadership meetings brought Student Council committees together for action on student problems and concerns. o 0 Committees. Fire Squad keep school on even keel Action. Service . . . election . : Homecoming . . . awards . . . citizen- ship . . . assembly . . . finance . . . social . . . public relations . . . wel- coming. Projects . . . encouraging . . . completing . . . Action. Patrolling policing warnings, warnings. Meetings fines. Report- ing . . . patrolling. DANCING, TABLE TENNIS, food, games-parties sponsored by Student Council had something of interest for everybody. I40 TRUANTS AND STRACGLERS are ensnared by an efficient hall monitor. BESTOWING WARNINGS WAS one of the grimmcr aspects of Firesquad. PRESIDING OVER and sponsoring Fire Squad were: Mr. Wood, Paul Marks, Bruce Hach, Bernie Russell, and Mr. Carlson. I4I name cards . .. caps . .. gowns meas urements money, money, money. Pic nie baccalaureate commencement Work, work, work. Disagreement dis cussion decision. Organizing pre paring . . . Graduation. HAIL THE CHIEF-Rick Jellinger presided over Senior Senate. Senior Senate works for successful graduation ALL THE PROBLEMS and frustrations of Senior Week and graduation are shouldered by Senior Senate. Front: K Woodworth, B Peters, A Clark, N Claude, iTreas.J T Tauber, H Diehl. Back: R Jellinger, CPresJ, M Rit- land, QV-Pres,J J Foreman, D Small, C Lauser, B Barton, R McCay. Not pictured, Sandy Kinker, fSec.l Graduation planning . .. coordinating details, details. Announcements SONJA SUE ACCOLA: Pep Club 3, Soph Band 1, Band 2, Girls Glee 1, Sec 1, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Sec 1, French Club 1, 2, SPIRIT Rep 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Pres 3, V-Pres 3, Jr Ex Council 2, HR Sec 1, 3. ROSEMARY LOREE ADAMS: Library Club 3, moved from Blairsburg, Iowa, 3. SUDHIR AGGARWAL: .loum 3, Science Seminar 3, SCRATCH PAD 2, 3, Boys Club 2, 3, Student Council 3, HR Pres 3, German Club 2, moved from Lima, Peru 2. JOHN ROBERT AHO: Wrestling 1, Boys Club 1, 2, DOROTHY MAE ALBERTSEN: GRA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, Sec 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cab 2, Student Council I. 3. Social Chairman 3. HR Pres 1. ALAN BRUCE ANDERSON: Golf 1, 2, Band 1, Soph Band, .lourn 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 3, Stage tech 1, 2, Head 3, Elec- tronics Club 1, 2. 3, Bovs Club 1, 2, 3. ALLAN NEIL ANDERSON: Band 2, 3, Pep Band 3, Electronics Club 2, 3, moved from Stratford, Iowa 2 BRIAN LESLIE ANDERSON: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basket- ball 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. MARY KAY ANDERSON: Pep Club 3 Choir 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, Chorus 1, Drama 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. V-Pres 3, Library Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. .IUDITH ANN ARNBAL: Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Library Club 1, 2, 3. ZENA KATHERINE ARONOFF: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Chorus 1, Debate 2, 3, Drama 1, German 1, 2, SCRATCH PAD 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, HR V-Pres 2. MARY LEE AUGUSTINE: Pep Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Choir 3, Chorus 1, 2, Art Club 3. MARY CAROL BACONI: Pep Club 3, Council 3, Girls Glee 2, French Club' Q 2, 3, Sec 3, Library Club 2, 3, SPIRIT Rep 3, Girls Club 2, 3, HR Sec 2, moved from Newton, Massachusetts 2. RICHARD LEE BAKER: Football 1, 2, 3, Fire Squad 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, HR Officer 1, 2. DOUGLAS EDWARD BALDNER: Intra Council 1, DECA 3, Pres 3, German Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, HR V-Pres 2. RICHARD DEAN BAPPE: Football 1, 2, 3, Capt 3, Intra Council 3, Track 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, HR Officer 1, 2, 3. STEPHEN LYNN BAPPE: Baseball 1, Football 1 Track 1, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. DAVE EUGENE BARBER: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. DEAN BARNES: Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, .lourn 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec 1. ARTHUR LEE' BARTELS: Wrestling 3, Boys Glee 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. DEANNA KAY BATES: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Club 1,,2, 3. ROBERT WILLIAM BARTON: Wrestling 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Science Seminar 2, Spanish Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Senate 3. MARY ELLEN BAUDER: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Art Club 3, Latin Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. ' THOMAS WARD BAUDER: Baseball 1, 2, Intra Council 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Latin Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR V-Pres 1. DAVID REDMOND BAUSKE: Wrestling 3, Boys Glee l, Cho-rus 1, Latin Club 1, French Club 2,,3, V-Pres 3. SCRATCH PAD 2, SPIRIT staff 3, Rep 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Student Body V-Pres 3, HR Pres 1, 2. RICHARD ALAN BECKMAN: Golf 1, 2, 3, Soph Band 1, French Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR V-Pres 1, Sec 2. 3. MAHALA LYNN BEESE: GRA 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Girls Glee 1, 2, Pres 1, Sec 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Sec 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, 2, Cab 3. SUE ANN BELLINGHAUSEN: Girls Glee 2, 3, Chorus 1, Choir 2, 3, Drama 1, Latin Club 1, Library Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Track 2, Boys Glee 1, Pep Band 2, Journ 3, Boys Club 2, 3, moved from Eldora, Iowa. SHERRY LEA BENSON: Girls Glee 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. DANNY EUGENE BENNETT: Football 1, 6' 4-F? .IANICE ELAINE BERHOW: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT ORLO BEST: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, 2, 3, HR Pres I, 3. .I AMES THORTON BILLINGS: Baseball 1, 2, Basketball Trainer 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Intra Council, Journ. 3, HR Officer 1, 2, Boys Club I, 2, 3. MICHAEL G. BLAESS: Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. RONALD RAY BLEEKER: Basketball Trainer 1, Manager 2, 3, Football Manager 3, Intra Council I, Track Manager 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Soph Band, German Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Cab 3, Sec 3, .Ir Ex, Student Council Soc Chmn 3, HR Pres 2. CAROLYN JANE BLISS: Chcersquad 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, .Iourn 3, Drama 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Pres 2, SPIRIT Staff 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, ,Ir Ex Council 2, HR V-Pres 1. THOMAS HANSEN BOAST: Tennis 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, V-Pres 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Orch 1, Pep Band 2, 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, SPIRIT Rep 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR Pres 1. MERRILL P. BONWELL: Baseball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Intra Council 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3. FRANK EDWARD BORTLE, JR.: Spanish Club 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. .IEROLD ERLE BOWEN: Basketball 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2 Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1 Dance Band 3 Journ 3 Student Bod V-Pres 3, 7 5 7 y HR Pres 1, HR V-Pres 2, Spanish Club 1, 2. SUSAN ELLEN BRISTOL: Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Choir 3 Chorus 1, Pep Band 1, FHA 3, French Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Michigan, 1. BARBARA .IOAN BROWN: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 3, Chorus 1, Drama 1, HR Sec 1. ROGER MOSHER BROWN: Football Manager 2 Soph Band 1, German Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. RODNEY L. BUCHELE: Basketball 1, Band 1, .Iourn 3. Bovs Club 1, 2. 3 moved from Bath, Kelso, Bauske. Ketelson. Smalling direct AHS student government t'irst semester 2, 3, Sec 3, Chorus 3, HR Sec 2. 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID LLOYD CHRISTENSEN: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. DONALD LEE CHRISTENSEN: Track 1, 2, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. SHARON KAY CHRISTENSON: Pep Club 3. Band 2, Soph Band, FHA 1, French 1, 3, Library Club 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. ANN LEE CLARK: GRA 1, 2, Cheersquad 2, Pep Club 3, Band 1. 2, Girls' Glee l. 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Soph Band, .lourn 3, French Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, Senior Senate 3, Student Council 2. GEORGE FOREST CLARK, JR: Baseball 2, Football 1,2, Intra Council 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. STEVEN RICHARD CLARK: DECA 3, Intramurals 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY JEAN BUEHLER: Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Girls Club 3, moved from Balboa, Panama, 3. KATHRYN ANN BURNET: Pep Club 3, Band 3 Girls Glee 1, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 3, Sec 3, Spanish Club 3, SCRATCH PAD 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, HR Pres 3. GARY BUTTERMORE: Wrestling 2, Science Seminar 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. CHERYL LEE BYERS: GRA 3, Rep 1, Pep Club 3, Council 3, Rep 3, Girls Club 1, JAMES E. CARLSON: Co-op, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JENNIFER Jo CARMEAN: GRA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club LARRY LEE CARR: Intra Council 3, Co-op 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. Who could Forget research +hemes'? l NANCY ROWENA CLAUDE: Pep Club 3, Band 2, 3, Girls' Glee, 1, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Orch 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Senate 3, I Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Student Treasurer 3, Class Treasurer 3. STEVE Il. COE: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football l, 2, Intra Council 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, HR V-Pres 1, 3. N Pep Band 1, 2, Soph Band 1, Science Seminar 1, 2, German Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. IF I'D ONLY KNOWN he'd written this much- Carol Warner grinds out a research paper. LARRY JEAN CROSS: Band 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, .IOHN EDGAR COLLINS: Wrestling 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 3, Soph Band, Journ 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, HR V-Pres 1, 2. NANCY LYNN' CROVISIER: GRA 3, Pep Club 3, Council 3, Sec 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Sec 3, Journ 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec 1, HR'V-Pres 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, T27 Rep 3. RICHARD B. CROWLEY: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. DEBORAH MAE CUMMING: GRA 2, 3, Drama I, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA DIANE DALTON: Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, SPIRIT Rep. 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR See 3. JOHNTAYLOR DAVIDSON: Track 2, 3, .Iourn 3, Boys Club 1,,2, 3, Rep 3, Student Council 2, HR Officer 1, 2. DENNIS M. DAVIS: Baseball I, Football 1, Journ 3, French Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. GARRY HALL DAVIS: .lourn 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, DECA 3. KATHRYN ANN DENISEN: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Latin Club 1, Spanish 2, 3, SCRATCH PAD 2. MARY LINDA DENNIS: Girls Glee 1, 2, Drama 1, FHA 3, Library Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. DAVID KEITH DICKSON: Wrestling 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys' Glee I, 2, Choir 2, Chorus' 1, Orch 1, Pep Band I, 3, Soph Band 1, Journ 3, Latin 1, SPIRIT Rep 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, .Ir Ex Council 2, Student Council 1, HR Pres 1. HARVEY R. DIEHL: Baseball Manager 1, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, Chorus 1, 2, Elec- tronics 1, 2, SPIRIT Rep 1, Boys Club I, 2, 3, Senior Senate 3, Student Council 1, 2, HR Pres 1, 2. JEAN EVELYN DISNEY: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Drama 2, Spanish Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3. JOHN JEFFREY DODD: Science Seminar I, 3, German Club 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA DIANNE DODD: Pep Club 3, Treas 3, Rep 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Chorus 2, Journ 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1. KATHLEEN DONHOWE: GRA 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee I, 2. Chorus 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, 3, Treas 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. JEAN ELIZABETH DRAKE: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Art Club Pres 3, Spanish Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, Cabinet 3. MARY SUE DUFFY: Pep Club 1, FHA I, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. LYNN CAROL DUNLAP: Pep Club 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 3, V-Pres 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, SCRATCH PAD 2, SPIRIT Rep 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, HR Sec 1. JOHN MICHAEL DUNLEAVY: Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Coun- cil 3, HR Pres 3. ADA LOUISE EGGLETON: GRA 2, Girls Glee 1, Choir 2, 3, Chorus I, Orch 1, 2, 3, Latin Club I, French Club 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. RANDALL OWEN EILTS: Baseball 2, Football 1 2, Wrestling 1, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID CHARLES ELBERT: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intra Council 1, Tennis 3, Track 1, Var- sity Club 3,,J0urn 3, Drama 1, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 2, HR Pres 2, V-Pres 1. NANCY .IEANNE ELLIS: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, Girls Glee 2, Debate 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, Girls Club I, 2, 3. PATRICIA JO ELLIS: Pep Club 3, Council 3, Rep 3, Spanish Club 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. LOWELL DEAN ENSER: Football Manager I, 2 Wrestling 1, Manager 2, Track I, 2, 3, Journ 3, Boys Club I, 2, 3. KATHERINE ANNE FISHER: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Majorette 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Journ 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, Pres 2, Library Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1. JANE LEONE FISKE: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. JOHN ROBERT FLEIG: Basketball 1, Golf 1, 2, 3, Track 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Fire S uad 1 2 3 Student Council 3 HR V Pres 2 Pres 3. q 9 1 v 1 ' v RONALD GENE FONTECCHIO: Golf 1, Soph Band, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN FREDERICK FOREMAN: Wrestling 1, Golf 1, Track 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Journ 3, SPIRIT Rep 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. PAUL CLIFFORD FOX: 1ntra Council 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR Officer 1, 2. ROBERT KURT FRIEDRICH, JR.: Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, Golf 1, 3, Track 2, Varsity Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, Boys Glee 1, Soph Band, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, HR Officer 1. RICHARD DAVID EVANS: Intra Council 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, HR V-Pres 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. KARIN JANICE EVERSON: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Sopli Band, Science Seminar 1, 2, 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, SCRATCH PAD, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. DERRICK NOBLE EXNER: Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Clio 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3 Rep 1. PATTY JO FABER: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLES WALTER FARLEY: Track 1, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES LEROY FERGUSON: Wrestling 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. i STEVEN LEE FINCHAM: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. BARRY KENT FRUM: Wrestling 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Club 2, 3. moved from Omaha, Nebraska, 2. MONTE RAY GIBBS: Football 1, 2, Track 2, Band 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, HR Pres 1. ELIZABETH GAIL GOODMAN: Pep Club 3 Girls Glee 1, 2, Chorus 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. JACK LEE GREEN: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. .IULANNE MARIE GREEN: GRA 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec 3. GRANT G. GREENE: Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3 Pres 3, Chorus 1, Science Seminar 1, 2, SPIRIT Staff 2, 3, Rep 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. EILEEN GERTRUDE GRENNAN: GRA 2, Pep Club 3, Orchestra 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Girls Club 2, 3, Cabinet 3, HR Sec 3, moved from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2. BRUCE JOSEPH HACH: Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Chief 3, Cross-Country 2, Student Council 1, 2, HR Pres 1, 2. MARY ELIZABETH HAGGE: Pep Club 3, Journ 3, SPIRIT Staff 2, 3, Rep. 1, Jr Class Sec, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Sec 3, Jr Ex 2, HR Sec 1. MARK HAKES: Wrestling 1, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. CHARLOTTE R. HAMME: GRA 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA JEAN HAND: GRA 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee I, 2, 3, Sec-Treas 1, 2, Drama 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, Cabinet 3, HR Sec 2, HR V-Pres 3, French Club 1. JUDITH KAY HANNUM: Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Sec 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Journ 3, Spanish Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, Student Council 1, 2, HR Pres I, 2. JAMES DAVID HANSEN: Football 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA SUE HARLESS1 Library Club 1, 2, cms Club 1, 2, 3, DECA 3. if 1 .I mv. Q 4 ' 11 " A LARGE DANCE BAND if T A 5, of sf Q KX , , , . . f gm - ,fn , .W f .1 Li ' Q sw. - ' f 'I A I 41 F :E 'I' sm 2, use-Q six.- 1' MARK STEVEN HEGGEN: Wrestling 1, Golf 1, Track 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Orch 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, HR Pres 1. DONALD LEE HELDT: ,lourn 3, Science Seminar 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. BILL HENRY: Football 3, Track 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN ANDREW HENSING: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Varsity Club 3, Drama 1, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, HR Sec 1, HR Treas 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN NICHOLAS HERRICK: Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, Golf 1, Track 2, 3, Varsity Club 3, Band 1, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. FRANKLIN MEIER HEUBNER, II: Band 1, 2, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. .IANIS ANN HOFF: GRA 1, Rep 1', Cheersquad 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee Club 1, 2 Officer 1, French Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec 1. FREDERICK S. HOPKINS, III: Intra Council 1, Art Club 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. KEVIN GERALD HOSKINS: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR V-Pres 1. KAREN BETH HULL: Majorette 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, Rep 2, Student Council 3, HR V-Pres, 2 HR Pres 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. GARY DEAN HURLRUT: Wrestling 1, Golf 1, Track 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 3, Soph Band 1, .lourn 3, Latin Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN HUSSEY: Girls Glee 1, Chorus 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. .IANICE KAY ISRAEL: GRA 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Girls' Glee 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec 3. MARCIA LOUISE JACKSON: GRA 2, 3, Rep 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Council 3, Rep 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, Drama 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, 2, Hr Treas 1. GARY RONALD JACOBSON: German Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Rep 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR V-Pres 3. RICHARD THOMAS JELLINGER: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Varsity Club 3, .lourn 3, Drama 1, Spanish Club 2, Rep 2, Latin Club 1, Pres 1, Sr Class Pres 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, Senior Senate, HR Pres 2. MARILYN KAY JENKINS: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, ,lr Class Treas 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Rep 3, .lr Ex 2, General Treas 3. ROBERT DENNIS JOHANNES: Wrestling 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM B. JOHNSON: Basketball 2, Football 2, Track I, Spanish Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Industrial Related Club 1. BRUCE RICHARD JOHNSON: Basketball 1, Football 1, Track 1, 2, 3, Journ 3, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, HR V-Pres 2. MARIANNE JONES: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, Sec 1, French Club I, Library Club I, Girls' Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec I, 2. RANDALL E. JONES: Wrestling I, Intra Council 2, 3, Journ 3, Drama I, 2, 3, Palm Club 3, French Club I, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. REBECCA SUE KALSEM: GRA 3, Rep 3, Girls Glee 2, Chorus 2, Drama 3, Girls Club 2, 3, moved from Nevada, Iowa, 2. BARBARA JUNE KALTON: Band 1, 2, 3, Soph Band I, Spanish Club 1, 2, Girls Club I, 2, 3, Rep 2, Pep Club 3. DENNIS DOYLE KELSO Football 3, Wrestling 1 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Sec 2, Choir 2, 3, Chorus I, Journ 3, Science Seminar 1, Latin Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 2, Student Council 1. 2, 3, Student Body Pres 3, HR Pres 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES EDWARD KETELSEN: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2. 3. Rep 1. Student Council 3, Sec 3, HR Officer 3. HARRISS T. KING: Golf 1, 2, 3, Intra Council 1, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Sec 3, Student Council 2, HR Officer 1, 2. SANDRA LEE KINKER: GRA 2, 3, Rep 3, Pep Club 3, Band I, 2, 3, Girls Glee I, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Orch 3, Soph Band 1, Journ 3, Latin Club I, French 2, 3, Class Sec 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, Senior Senate 3, Student Council 1, HR Pres 1, Sec 2. DON COLLIER KIRKHAM: Football 1, Golf 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Pep Band I, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT ALAN KLEINSCHMIDT: Track 2, 3, Journ 3, Latin Club 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. RONALD EDWIN KLINE: Track 1, 2, 3, Science Seminar 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. RICHARD LEE KNIGHT: Wrestling 1, 2, Journ 3, Science Swiinar 1, Spanish Club Ig SPIRIT Rep 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, HR Officer 3, moved from North Carolina 1. I, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. LES LANCZOS' Football 1 Wrestlin 2 Track 1., 2, - v . S 1 Boys' Club 1, 2, 3. MARY KATHRYN LANGE: GRAY2, 3, Pep Club 3 Rep 3, FHA 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 2. PAUL M. LARSON: Football 2, Electronics Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. PAUL JAMES KROCHESKI: Track 1, Latin Club JAMES ALAN LASCHE: Football 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. GREGORY CHARLES LAUSER: Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Boys Glec 1, Chorus 1, .lourn 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 3, V-Pres 3, Rep 2, Senior Senate 3, HR Treas 2, HR V-Pres 3, SPIRIT Rep 3. DENNIS E. LEE: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. SHERYL LYNN LENNING: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. SYLVIA T. LEVINE: Debate 3, Girls Club 3, moved from Columbus, Ohio, 3. MARILYN RUTH LEWIS: GRA 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. QQ Meril Scholarship semi-linalisls lop all records in Iowa .ww-""" EENY-MEENY-MINEY-MOE,'gas a last resort some seniors make a guessing game out of College Boards. ROBERT A. LEWIS: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. PEGGY LOU LINDER: GRA 1 2 3 Pe Club 3 FHA 1 1 1 P 1 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. TONI WYNN LINDER Pep Club 3, Council 3, Rep 3, Majorette 1, 2, 3, ,Iourn 3, Drama 1, 2, Palm Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Sec 2, French Club 1, 3, Library Club V' 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, .lr Ex Council 2, HR Officer 1, 3. JERRY LITZEL: Intra Council 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR Officer 1. JIM LITZEL: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, HR Officer 3. TERRY LEE LOWMAN: Art Club 3, German Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. STUART JOSEPH LYON: Intra,Council 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Latin Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR Officer 3. GARY LEE LYTTON: Track 1, 2, 3, Boys' Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT DALE MCCAY JR' Intra Council 2 Bo s Club 1 2 3, ' 7 y 7 1 Rep 1, Senior Senate 3, Student Council 1, 2. JOHN W. MCCLURKINZ .lourn 3, Boys Club JANICE EILEEN McDOWELL: Pep Club 3, Council 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Art Club 3, Spanish Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, HR Sec 2. Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 1,2 JAMES MICHAEL MCGINNIS: Football 1, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Intra Council 1, Tennis 1, .lourn 3, Drama 1, Latin Club 1, SPIRIT staff 2, 3, Photo 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. MARK ALAN McINNIS: Boys' Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Journ 3, SPIRIT Rep 3, MARY ANN MCINTOSH: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, .lourn 3, French Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Officer THOMAS GRANT McINTOSH: Intra Council 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. VICKEY KAY McKENNA: GRA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, FHA 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. MERRY LYNNE MCLEAN: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Journ 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. CECIL JOHN MACHEAK: Soph Band, Electronics Club 1, French Club 1, HR V-Pres 3. LONNIE JEAN MAKELBUST: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, FHA 1, Library Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. RONALD CHESTER MANTHEI: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Intra Council 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, Latin Club I, Spanish Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES PAUL MARKS: Football 1, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Soph Band, Pres, German Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, Sec, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, goys Club 1, 2, 3, ,lr Exec 2, Student Council 1, HR res 1. JANE ELIZABETH MARTIN: Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, ,lourn 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 2, 3, Art Club 3, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, SPIRIT Rep 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, Pres 3, Student Council 2, HR Sec 1, Pres 2. MARY ANNE MAURER: Cheersquad 1, 2, 3, Co- Capt 1, Pep Club 3, Journ 3, Latin Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR V-Pres 1. PATRICIA ANN MILLARD: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Sec 2, 3, Chorus 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2. ANNE DOOLEY MILLER: GRA 2, Pep Club 3, Council 3, Rep 3, Girls Glee 2, 3, French Club 2, Girls Club 2, 3, moved from Kincheloe Air Force Base, Michigan, 2. DIANA SUE MILLER: GRA 1, 2, 3, Point Chmn 2, V-Pres 3, Rep 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee I, FHA 1, 2, Treas 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, DECA 3. JANICE SUSAN MILLER: Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, Debate 3, SPIRIT staff 2, 3, Art Editor 3, Rep 1, Girls, Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, HR V-Pres 1. MARGARET ERMA MILLER: Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Drama 1, French Club 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Seniors earn let-ters ESTHER MAY MILLS: GRA I, 2, 3, Point Chmn 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. .IOAN ELIZABETH MOORE: Girls Glee 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, DECA 3, Sec 3. ROGER E. MOORE: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES CRAIG MOORMAN: Track 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Electronics Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 3, Boys Club I, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, Student Council I, 2, HR Pres 1, 2. BRADLEY LYNN MOSES: Intra Council 2, Band 1, 2 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, Choir 2, Mixed Chorus 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Science Seminar 1, German Club 1, SPIRIT Staff 2, 3, Editor 3, Jr Class Pres 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, ,IR Ex 2, Student Council 1, 2, Parliam 2, HR Pres 1. W7 MARY MARGARET MULHALL: GRA 2, Cllecrsquad 3, Pep Club 3, Pres 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Mixed Chorus I, 2, lourn 3, Spanish Club I, 2, Girls Club I, 2, 3, Rep 1, HR V-Pres 1, 2. JANET LOUISE NAIRN: GRA 1, Rep 1, Pep Club 3, Band I, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, Pep Band 3, Soph Band 1, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 2, 3, Latin Club I, French Club 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM E. NEAL: Track 1, 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, 3. LINDA NELSON: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. CRAIG EUGENE NICKEL: Track I, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA ALINE NICKEY: GRA 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, .Iourn 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm 3, Rep. 1. DEANNA OLSON: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. RONALD G. OLSON: Football I, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. MARTIN WILLIAM OSAM: Football 1, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 2, 3, Stage Technician 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA KAY OVERLAND: GRA 2, Pep Club 3, Council 3, Projects Chairman 3, Rep 3, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec 1, 2, 3. GERALD EDWIN OWINGS: Football 1, 2, 3, Track I. 2, 3. Soph Band 1, Boys Club I, 2, 3. KIRK DOUGLAS PAGE: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, ,lourn 3, Fire Squad I, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Cab 1. Officer 3. Rep 1, HR Officer 1. .IOSEPHINE LOUISE PARTIN: GRA 1, Cheersquad 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee I, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. in all sports Club 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 'SJC' RICHARD C. H. PASLEY: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, .lourn 3, Spanish Club, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, HR Pres 3. ANNIE LAURIE PATTERSON: Girls Glee 1, Chorus 1, FHA 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. ANITA LEIGH PAULSON: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 2, Library Club 1, 2, SPIRIT Rep 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3. MARK EVAN PEDERSEN: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, Varsity Club 3, Spanish Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR V-Pres 3. SANDRA LOUISE PEPPER: GRA 1, 2, 3, Pres 3, Rep 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, Publicity Officer 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. GEORGE JAMES PERKOVICH: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT DARRELL PETERS: Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, German Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Senate. 2 DELBERT RAY PETERSON: Track, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. KRISTIN LYNNE PETERSON: French Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES EDWARD PIERSOL: Golf 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Pres 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Student Director 3, Soph Band 1, French Club 3, Pres 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, HR Pres 3. SANDRA LEE PIETZ: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, .lourn 3, Drama 1, French Club 1, Library Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, HR V-Pres 1, 2. MICHAEL JOHN POECKES: ,lourn 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. KATHARINE E. POHL: Band 1, 2, 3, Orch 2, Soph Band, French Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, SCRATCH PAD 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Seniors will remember pep assemblies PXT ON HEAD Wir Pa e pronounces approval of choir int-niln-rs' participation in vultural pep 1 Lmbly ,l XNE ANN POR'1 ER Cllecrsquad 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3 Girls Clee 1 2 3 Journ 3, Drama 1, bpamsh Club 1 Library Club 1, 2, 3. Pres 3, Girl Club 1 2 3 HR bac 1, 2. PATRICIA ANN PORTER: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, Drama 1. 2, 3. Palm Club 2. 3. Pros 3, Frm-ncli Club 2, 3, Latin Club 1, SPIRIT staff 2, 3, Copy writer Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, llR Sec 1, 2. STEVEN GALE POSEGATE: Btisvliall 2, lluskclball 1 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3. CRAIG THOMAS POTTS: Basketball 1, Tennis 1, Track 2, 3, Cross-Country 3, Varsity Club 3, Journ 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 1, HR V-Pres 1, 2, 3. TONI POUNDS: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 2, 3, Art Club 3. French Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, moved from Ricliard-Dcbaur Air Force Ruse, Missouri, 1. Seniors form upper crust of Ames High socieig SARAH C REILLY: GRA 1, 2, 3, Sec-Treas 3, Rep 1, 3, Pep Club 3, Drama 1, FHA 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. I60 ANN M. PROFFITT: Girls Club 3, moved from Topeka, Kansas 3. ANNETTE BELL QUINN: Pep Club 3, Band 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Drama 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Palm Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. MICHAEL ALAN RASMUSSEN: Baseball 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Club 2, 3, Rep 2, moved from Dickinson, North Dakota, 2. THOMAS DALE RASMUSSEN: Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JANET SUE REID: GRA 1, Rep 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Sopli Band 1, Journ 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 2, 3, Treas 3, French Club 1, Library Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. is .fs . v'.-, - MW as " s fa- . if VOICE OF THE FUTURE-Seniors listen intently to job opportunities talk during JULIE ANN REINHART: Girls Glee 1, Chorus 1, Debate 2, 3, Drama 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, SPIRIT Rep 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, Senior Senate. STEVEN WIRTH RISDAL: Football 1, 3, Intra Council 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3. MARK EVERETT RITLAND: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1 2 3 Football 1, 2, Varsity Club 2 3 Band 1 2 Boys Glee 1, Orch 1, Soph Band Latin Club 1, Treas, SPIRIT Rep 1, Class V Pres 2 3 Fire Squad 1, ,lr Ex 2, Senior Senate 3 Student Council 1, HR Pres 1. Qaaiifstaik group guidance. KATHLEEN MARY ROBERSON: GRA 1, Girls Club 1 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, FHA 1, Library Club 1, DECA 3. CHARLES RICHARD ROBERTSON: Football 1, Intra Council 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, DECA 3, V-Pres 3. DOUGLAS BRIAN ROD: Football 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. RONALD JOHN ROSS: Football 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Rep 2, 3. RONALD A. ROTHACKER: Track 1, 2, French Club 3, Officer 3, German Club 2, Latin Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. MARY JO ROULEAU: GRA 2, Pep Club 3, .lourn 3, FHA 2, 3, V-Pres 3, Spanish Club 3, Library Club 3, Girls Club 2, 3, moved from Fort Madison, Iowa, 2. BERNARD LLOYD RUSSELL: Football 1, 2, 3 Track Manager 1, 2, 3, 'Band 1, 2, 3, Orch 3, Pep Band 1, 2, Dance Band 2, 3, Soph Band 1, German Club 1, 2: 3, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Chief 3, Boys Club 1. 2, 3, Treas 3, Rep 1, Student Council 1, 2, HR Pres 1, 2. CARLA SANDBERG: Pep Club 3, Council 3, Rep 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, FHA 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2. 3. Uke. Bow Qnd semester student bodg officers WILLIAM C. SEXTON: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT MCKNIGHT SHAW: Band 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, Dance Band 2, Soph Band 1, German Club l, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec 1, V-Pres 2, 3. ,IODIE CHRISTINE SHEARER: Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 2, 3, Girls' Rep 2. DICK UKENA PRESENTS his platform to the AHS student body PHILIP B. SARGENT: Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Soph Band 1, ,Iourn 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 2, HR Pres 2. DAVID NEWTON SCANDRETT: Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Jr Ex 2, Student Council 2, HR Pres 2. ROBERT MICHAEL SCHMIDT: Football 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. .IUDITH CAROL SEIDEL: Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glec ,K 1, Officer 1, Mixed Chorus 1, Orchestra 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, Drama 1, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, SCRATCH PAD 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL RICHARD SEVDE o rn Dr n : ,I u 3, a ta 3, Art Club 3, V-Pres 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. Club 1, 2, 3, CAROL LYNN SHEEHAN: Orch 1, 2, 3, French Club I 2 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. DANIEL KARL SHEELER: Wrestling 3, Intra Council 3, Rep 3, Track Manager 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JOHN ROBERT SHEELER: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 3, Intra Council 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR Officer 1 2 3 PENNY ELAINE SHEELER: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3, Drama 1, French Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, .lr Ex Council 2. MICHAEL DAVID SHOCKLEY: Football 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Band I, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3. MARY LOUISE SIELERT: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee,1, 2, Choir 3, Chorus 1, 2, Journ 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, District Pres 3 Latin Club 1 Girls Club 1 2 3 , , , , ,R 1 GREGORY L. s1NEsf Boys Club 1, 2, 3. ep .IAMES EUGENE SINNEN: Boys Club 2, 3, Deca 3. DONNA RAE SKARSHAUG: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Majorette, Girls Glee 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Library Club I, SPIRIT Photo Director 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3 HR Treas 1, Sec 2, Pres 3, ROBERT ARDEN SKRDLA: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 2, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 2, Orch 3, Pep Band 3, ,Iourn 3, Soph Band 1, Science Seminar 1, 2, SPIRIT Rep 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. DEAN EDWIN SMALL: Tennis 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Senate 3, Student Council 1. ROBERT THURSTON SMALLING: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Band 1, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Soph Band 1, German Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 2, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, Treas 3. .IOHN WILLIAM SMITH: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. MICHAEL GEORGE SMITH: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA KAY SOBOTKA: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, FHA 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT GEORGE SOMMERFELD: Journ 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 3, Stage Technician 3, Electronics Club 3, French Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. CONSTANCE JUNE SORENSON: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT CHARLES SORENSEN: Baseball 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JERRY LEE SPICER: Football 1, Wrestling 2, Science Seminar 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES EDWARD SPINKS: Wrestling 2, French Club 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Football 3, DECA 3, Track 3, Baseball 3. DAVID JOHN SQUIRE: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JULIE ANN STALHEIM: Band 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Club 3, moved from Vermillion, S. Dakota, 3. MARGARET LYNNE STANIFORTH: Cheersquad 1, 2, 3, Capt 1, 3, Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, Soph Band, Journ 3, SPIRIT Rep 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR Pres 2, V-Pres 2. JOHN H. STEWART: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. ELAINE MYRA STRAEHLE: Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Girls Clee 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Journ 3, Library Club 2, HR Pres 1. MICHAEL JOHN STRICKLAND: Football 1, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, Chorus 1, Journ 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, Student Council 1, 2, HR Pres 1, 2, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3. ' AW CEE, FELLERS-Beulah and Maggie add a fashion note to the cultural pep assembly. VOTE FOR ME AND-Kevin cam Government. paigns for the mock election in PETER JOHN SVEC: Intra Council 1, Track 1, 2, 3, Trainer 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Officer 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, Choir 2, Chorus 1, Orch 2, 3, Soph Band 1, French Club 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, Student Council 2, .Ir Ex Council 2, HR Officer 1, 2. DUANE RAY SWANSON: Intra Council 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orch 1, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. SHIRLEY KAY SWANSON: Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, ,Iourn 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, HR Sec 1, 2. THOMAS STEPHEN TAUBER: Latin Club 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, SCRATCH PAD 2, Senior Senate 3, HR V-Pres 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JANET ELAINE TAYLOR: GRA 1, 2, 3, Rep 3, Girls Glee 1, Chorus 1, ,Iourn 3, Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 2, 3. Girls Club 1, 2. 3. CAROLYN JEAN TEVEBAUGH: GRA 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, FHA 3, Library Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. BETH ELLEN THOMPSON: Girls Glee 3, Chorus 3, French Club 3, Girls Club 3. Moved from Iowa City 3. 3, Girls Club. SHERRY LEE THOMPSON: GRA 3, Pep Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES EUGENE THORSON: Wrestling 1, 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANNE TONNE: Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Choir 3, Chorus 1, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, SPIRIT staff 2, 3, Bus. Mgr. 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. TONYA ROSE TOWNS: Pep Club 3, Girls Club 2, 3, moved from Audubon, Iowa, 2. SUSAN ELIZABETH TREXEL: GRA 1, Rep 1, Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Orch 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. SANDRA MARIE TROW: GRA 1, 3, Pep Club 3, Chorus 2, Drama 1, 2, French Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. ROSE ANN.TRUHE: GRA 1, 2, Rep 2, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, Library Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM ROBERT TYSSELING: Football 1, Intra Council 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, V-Pres 3, Chorus 1, Orch 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Soph Band 1, .Iourn 3, Latin Club 1 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, .Ir Ex Council 2. RICHARD ALVIN UKENA: Track 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, 3, Choir 3, Chorus 1, Orch 1, Pep Band 1. Soph Band 1, Journ 3, Latin Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 1, Fire Squad 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, HR V-Pres 2, Pres 3, Student Body Pres 3. 350 Seniors - biggest class ever - +o graduate in '65 I65 MARGARET LOUISE ULMER: Pep Club 3 Band 3, Choir 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Orchestra 1, Dance Band 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, Pres 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1, Cabinet 2. ANITA MARIE UTHE: Girls Glee 1, 2, .lourn 3, French I, Library Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, HR Sec-Trcas 1, 2. BRUCE DAVID VANCE: Track 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. TRYING OUT FOR SIZE, Karen measures NANCY JEAN VELINE: GRA 1, 2, Marilyn for senior cap and gown. Tennis 3, Rep 1, Cbeersquad 1, Pep Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, Girls Glee 1, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Pres 1, Soph Band 1, ,lourn 3, French 1, 2, Girls Club 1,-2, 3, Cabinet 3, HR V-Pres 1, 2, Sec 3. JERRY DEAN VAN SCOY: Golf 3, Track 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Soph Band 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, HR V-Pres 2, 3. JAY 1. VILLWOCK: Drama 1, 2, 3, Palm Club 3, Art Club 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1. VAN KENT VILLWOCK: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Co-op Club 3. RICHARD VOIGT: Boys' Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM A. VON BERGEN: Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Intramural Council 3, Track 1, 2, 3, SPIRIT Rep 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, HR Pres 1, 2, Boys'State Rep. RICHARD PAUL VOSS: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, RONALD LEE WAGNER: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM CHARLES WALKER: Wrestling 1, 2, Varsity Club, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JACK IRVING MELHUS WALLIN: Intra Council, Track 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, .Iourn 3, Science Seminar 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. ELIZABETH SUZANNE WARD: GRA 2, Cheersquad 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, Girls Glee 1, 2, Officer 1, Chorus 1, 2, Soph Band 1, Drama 1, French Club 1, SPIRIT Rep 2, Student Council 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. CAROL ANN WARNER: GRA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, V-Pres 3, Band 3, Drama 1, Art Club 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, V-Pres, SPIRIT Rep 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, ,Ir Ex 2, HR V-Pres 1. BARBARA LEE WATSON: Pep Club 3, Choir 2, 3, Girls Glee 2, Journ 3, Girls Club 2, 3, moved from Story City, Iowa, 2. LAWRENCE F. WATTS: Intra Council 2, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. CARL THOMAS WEBB: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. MARY CHRISTINE WEBB: Pep Club 3, Drama 2, French Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM JOHN WEISS: Tennis 1, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JANET MARIE WEST: Pep Club 3, Girls Glee 1, Chorus 1, Latin 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. ANN ELIZABETH WHARTON: Pep Club 3, Majorette 2, 3, Journ 3, Drama 1, 2, Spanish 1, 2, 3, Library Club 1, 2, Sec 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2, 3, Treas 3, HR V-Pres 2. THOMAS ALTON BAPPE DAVID CALDERWOOD BRUCE W. DIETL JANE EASTON JOHN EA STON EOBERT RAYMOND WHATTOFF: Football 3, Boys lub 1, 2, 3. MARILYN ANN WHEELOCK: Girls Glee 1, FHA 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 1. JON A. WHEELER: Football Trainer 1, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Intra Council 1, 2, Track Trainer 2, Drama 3, Science Seminar 2, Fire Squad 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rep. 2, HR Officer 1. ROBERT E. WILSON: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. JUDY N. WIRTZ: GRA 1, Pep Club 3, Council 3, Rep 3, Band 1, 2, Girls Glee 2, 3, Orchestra 1, FHA 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep 2. PHILIP MEREDITH WOOD: Boys Club, 1, 2, 3. E. KEVIN WOODWORTH: Band 1, 2, 3, Boys Glee 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 1, Pep Band 2, 3, Soph Band I, ,Iourn 3, Drama 2, 3, German Club 1, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN WYNNE: Pep Club 3, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. CHERYL LYNN YOUNG: Pep Club 3, FHA 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Rep. 1, HR Sec 1. PAMELA LOUISE YOUNG: Pep Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, Chorus 1, Soph Band I, J ourn 3, Latin Club 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Rep 2, HR Sec 1. SENIORS NOT PICTURED CARL EKBERG EARNEST FRED FOSHE J UDITH ANN LARSON DALE THOMAS LOVE JAMES McCAFFREY MAURICE MILLER CARL DAVID MOPPIN ROGER MULLIN RONALD ARTHUR SEASTRAND W" SENIORS WHO PARTICIPATED in the A-Club and the White Shirt Section boosted morale and addcd color to homc game l,ff-is MANY JUNIORS found physics exciting . . . and difficult. JUNIOR HOMEROOMS rotated with other homerooms in putting on school parties. HOMEROOM 208--Front: C Bristol, M Rodenborn, C Firkins, M Morris, J Hart, C Nicolle, C Whiting, B Fuller: Second: J Coyle L Beck, M Matters, R Messer, V Voelker, S Bunce, D Keislcr, D Paulson, Third: R Fryar, T Carbrey, B Calkins, V Pirtle, W Lovely, B Soy, C Wood, B Baker: Back: J Darnell, M Thomas, J Dickson, T Ellett, R Houge, B Saturen, R Agard, ,l Sucher HOMEROOM 312-Front: C Love, S Netcott, L Davis, W Strother, L Bowen, L Glandorf, S Beals, Second: K Holdren, K Parker C Elbert, D Cottrill, M Frigaard, H Phillips, P Winkler, L Stutzmang Third: Mrs. Thompson, .l Buck, S Vance, W Westvold, A Mor gan, S Johnson, T Richards, Back: D Fcrnclius, D Bushore, D Zaffarano, C Markley, S Smith, B Armstrong, A Sharlin, M Sanders I70 Bliss, Ingvoldstad. Spatoher. Greenwood lead Planning . . . plotting . . . deciding . . . fund raising. Mums . . . Junior Directory . . . leaf rake . . . faculty- student basketballgame . . . tickets. Urging . . . per- suading . . . pleading . . . begging . . . demanding. Worrying . . . laughing . . . worrying. PROM. Theme . . . decorations . . . dinner . . . tickets . . . entertain- ment . . . guests . . . movie . . . band-problems, prob- lems. Work, work, work. Discussing . . . estimation . . Planning. MIKE BLISS carried the responsibilities of Junior Class President. THE JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, seated, left to right: A Greenwood, treasurerg M Thompson, S Rullestad, S Spatcher, secretary, K Parker, J Baldusg back, Mr. Mac- Bride, sponsorg M Anderson, J Ingvolstad, vice president, M Thomas, D Wilcox, J Boylan. HOMEROOM 309-Front, D Daley, .I Bogue, L Smith, C Beach, J Freel, M Krocheski, C Stewart, K Watkins, Second, M Gilchrist, A Talbott, L Rutter, R Fate, M Dotson, L Self, K Cooper, D Ledetg Third, N Alm, D Uhl, J Peterson, S Orning, B Brunkow, J Larson, T McKinley, D Younieg Back, Mr. Skarda, L Williams, T Hall, R Green, G Carlson, T Read, B Jacobson, M Anderson l7l Juniors prepare to accept new responsibilities JUNIORS, LIKE Dan Fernelius, found each day full of new surprises. 1-3' ts HOMEROOM 201-Front: M Gammon, J Wagner, S Baker, A Huntress, A Buchanan, A Engeldinger, K Huston, K Svecg Second: D Politis, S Wierson, M Thompson, S Arens, L Allison, K Kelley, B Best, T Oates, Third: W Larson, V McCoy, T Healy, P Langfitt, B Wrigllt, D Craca, B Doran, M Craig: Back: Mrs. Crane, M Burns, T Simmering, M McCowen, B Cutmann, D Speer, M Woodward, J Brown HOMEROOM 114-Front: H Randlcs, R Skei, D Miller, J Synhorst, N Kezar, S Grewell, E Sealincg Second: S Swan, B Baumann, D Beaty, C Engelhardt, J Peterson, K Drummond, A Hemstreet, L Franz, Third: C Beal, M McKern, D Gibson, T Lawrence, F Shuman, J Nelson, 'I' Daffing Back: Mr. Perry, K Cantonwine, S Hagen, B Brunkow, .l Ingvoldstad, A Sandvick, K Rutter I72 . ,Nt 1" A M1 HOMEROOM 207-Front: L Singer, D Mullin, K Olson, J Sprouse, L Hutchinson, T Billings, J Baldus, L Garland, Second: M Gos- sard, S Lasche, D Hagebock, M Walters, K Brown, B Anderson, L Compton, C Wiesnerg Third: L Eucher, K Ross, M Stevens, B Buchanan, N Thompson, D Calhoon, T Craig, Back: Mr. Hausheer, B Penny, J Powell, D McFarland, G Duncan, M Kelso, B Heaton, E Workman W' Yi: ,Sem S . . I HOMEROOM 304-Front: L Austrheim, K Wolf, C Charlson, B McKie, D Coy, K Finnegan, C Groatg Second: I Davis, A Kingsbury, A Jones, J Horsefield, M Pascale, M White, L Phillips, G Smith, Third: Mrs. Vegors, B Vaughn, R StuCkY, J Morgan, G Thiel, G Nichols, B Martin, Back: J Zearley, J Boylan, D Love, L Sherman, B Sandve, C Whaley, R Larsen, R Hanway HOMEROOM 310-Front: S Rullestad, C Myers, C McKenna, D Cilreath, R Ingram, T Wardle, N Yang, Second: ,I Middle, C Scott, S Trow, M. Foreman, C Peterson, C Constantine, H Sylvester, M Ericksong Third: Mrs. Hunt, K Brunia, D Skaff, ,I Cummings, S Heg- lund, B Knight, C Lattag Buck: J Hageman, B Steil, H Ramsey, R Blake, S Olson, C Crau, D Dresser, C Browning I73 HOMEROOM 313-Front: M Ferguson, S Peterson, C Moore, J Cott, N Hoffman, P Shadle, S Smith, D Eckard Second M Wesack A Catus, E Johnson, J Valline, L Lockhart, P Taylor, D Lampe, D Zack, L Reilly, Third: Mrs. Anderson, M Key A Bornmueller J Strand, E Wilson, J Fribley, C Davis, T Magiltong Back: J Halverson, J Ryding, R Genovese, J Green, D Bryner G Orngard K Pace M Bliss Mums -1- Ieafrake -1- junior directories : prom THE JUNIORS became ex- cited as they raked their wa to the Prom. SELLING HOME- COMING MUMS was one of the many money rais- ing projects spon- sored by the Junior Class. I74 Y "HEY YOU, pick up that leaf! may 3 X lx HOMEROOM 107-Front: B Aggarwal, D Jones, A Greenwood, C Jenkins, J Herrick, M Stewart, S Dallman, P Batman, .Second: S Underhill, M Corbin, P Carr, D Halterman, G Montgomery, M Williams, D Smith, Third: P Dunkin, M Peterson, A Felhnger, D Shadle, M Weiser, S Gilchrist, K Younieg Back: Mr. Spatcher, J Mclnemey, P Nelson, W French, L Andrews, J Borden, J Lmdcll, ,I Bryan rl-all. HOMEROOM 103-Front: ,I Zober, M Schaefer, B Smith, S Larson, J Cunnerson, S Wickersham, G Sullivan, S Spatcher, C Terry: Second: S Keller, L Simpson, L Fiscus, S Coettsch, M Mosse, N Roelofsen, V Albright, K' Enessg Third: D Blackburn, K Sills, M Christensen, E Brown, D Pohl, D Huffman, D Baker, A Mattson, Back: Mr. Covey, S Pepper, A Woodrow, M McClurkin, B Thomas, D Doling, M Norlin, A Callahan M3 HOMEROOM 101-Front: C Anderson, M Mcllwain, A Barber, D Dreeszen, M Sulentic, E Kennedy, S Stattelmang Second: D Kuhn, .I Hedden, D Mullin, B Beach, B Grady, T Preston, T Hagebock, S Hendrickson, Third: S Olson, B Swanson, B Singer, B Huchison, B Ward, M Foreman, S Mickelson, B Conklin, Bach: Mr. Hiedeman, B Freclcricks, D Wilcox, B Beckman, M Calhoon, B Schoenenher- gcr, B Crmuiivs. D Cave:-r l75 Sophomores gain pride in the class of 1967 SOPHOMORES LOOKED forward to enjoying two more years of athletics on the new field, constructed this year on the high school site. :W fix' ' 451 , . I LT! , SPEECH CLASS offers Sophomores a chance to display their linguistic qualities. 5? Q faxes: ' K sg as . ,. .Nj-A if Wt HOMEROOM 112-Front: V Brinkman, S Williams, C Hanson, S Voss, P Ness, J Ingram, A Seiser Second: B Benn, M McHone, L Sills, J Renfeldt, J Cottrill, J Dodd, R Lehman Third: M Barcus, B Matters, D Carr, J Rundle, N Oxley, B French, M Stober Back: Mr. Albertson, M Johnson, S Emanuel, D Thompson, D Kinker, O Allen, D Phillips, S Hetzel I76 ,,,,,...mw--- If gif nf JN null, X H Q EVERY YEAR, it sccms, a mutual friendship forms bctwccn classes. X ,I HOMEROOM 118-Front: B Christensen, K Ethington, M Penny, M Walker, L Thiel, G Smith, H Jackson, Second: C McMahon J Robinson, T Shaw, B Russell, F Hoag, G Anderson, J Dahl, G Nelson, Third: M Black, B Wetzel, K Willrich, J Hathaway, D Linder, K Kruskop, D Moore, T Guy, Back: Miss Foote, R Johnson, C Fujinaka, M Pounds, D Stoneberg, A Barton, L Buck I77 1964 boasts sophomore class of 338 4 -th +1 - L .ii ALL SOPHOMORES were asked to read Silas Marner. EVERYONE, sophomores included, always seemed eager to go home. q we L' X 'E ' f -Q - r . J 5 rw V HOMEROOM 301-Front: L Lowrie, C Speer, J Lawrence, J Pepper, M Healey, P Parks, G Howertong Second: L Conley, A More- land, M Hall, S Carlson, C Rostenhach, L Gibbs, E Wedmang Third: M Makelbust, C Oslund, P Borron, B Zimmermann, P Ken- nedy, C Bear, D Randall: Back: Mrs. Vandecar, C Davis, B Bacon, B Eldridge, B Van Houweling, B Jeffrey, B Foley HOMEROOM 305-Front: N Mathiason, H Reinhold, N Peterson, J Ostrem, J Schoenenberger, V Becky Second: L Bowen, K Ellett, M Foreman, B Baker, B Young, T Hegstrom, J Lyttleg Third: E Zaffarano, M Stafford, P Carney, L Hutchison, D Julius, M Morris, C Van Putter, Backg Miss von Wittich, J Tauber, D DeBoer, C Layton, M Hamilton, K Rozeboom, K Cooper I79 HOMEROOM 111-Front: M Ping, M Matterson, D Ruhe, L Johnson, M Myers, C Dodd, M Stewart, Second: T Brindley, W Jo- hannes, M Beman, S Shuman, C Reinsch, J Hannum, D Tesdahlg Third: M Wilcox, L Leibold, J Vittetoe, J Thompson, R Seastrand, K Forsythe, J Hensingg Back: Mrs. Sabourin, C Coste, D King, J Crennan, C Zmolek, D McCay, D Owings, S Elliott HOMEROOM 126-Front: R Drake, M Woldruff, C Shadle, B Blagen, P Swan, B Bath, M Anderson, Second: D Lambert, S McKern, L Jackson, M Fung, P Dahm, K Mickelson, K Kinsethg Third: L Davidson, G Smith, J Hofstad, B Nilsson, A Livingston, K Hagen, C Toresdahl, J Wall, Back: Mr. Jolly, R King, P Eyer, C Rogness, T Johnson, R Burns, A Clark HOMEROOM 202-Front: .N Nims, B Wood, D Bauder, M Penkhus, P Trembly, A McVicker, P Sharp, Second: S Jones, M Hop- kins, L Skold, R Hague, L Gatherum, B Clark, J Millerg Third: N Pyle, A Lande, S Loeschen, L Jefferson, C Fauerby, M Boden, L Buttzg Back: Mrs. Panagides, V Rothacker, P Dalton, D Walsh, M Swenson, J Armstrong, K Hawk, J Saul I80 ll H akamai? WWW H Q' RSM :WTA ix - HOMEROOM 102-Front: B Hansen, R Opeim, N Manthei, L Hamilton, L Beach, J Schminkcy, D Wallachg Second: M Rader, J Clark, R Webb, J Jordan, D Rose, B Aronoff, L Abegg, D Hayward: Third: D Sills, D Cocttscll, B Trump, R Moorman, J Jacobson, D Carlson, F Perkoviclig Back: Mr. Spratt, H Lowrie, S Smith, L Hall, J Hostetter, G Ekberg, D Lawrence, R Wilson HOMEROUM 315-Front: K Molyneux, D Dowell, L Ruedenberg, N Lewis, K Isely, U Stutzman, J Hill: Second: S Williams, N Looft, D Erickson, L Brown, C Wacker, N Johnson, B Sivesindg Third: M Schaller, F Cerwick, B Palmer, J Coupe, L Piper, S Allen, M Bansko: Hack: Mr. Bennett, C Knuth, J McCormick, P Crennan, L Harless, R Myers, B Serovy ' Qophomores gel acquainfed wi+h school. one anoiher "GANG TACKLING' isn't enough to stop Boone in a close sophomore game. S fw- To satisfy a need Tot fit an occasion I To make .others happy through giving - To make themselves happy through the pride of ownership- - Ames High students go to the Ames merchants. - To satisfy a need To fit an occasion - To make others happy through helpful service To make themselves happy through money brought in- Ames merchants welcome Ames High students. I We meet in friendship. I I I I I . l82 -0.9 1.4 Adveriising looking ahead with a savings account at College Savings B k all. COLLEGE SAVINGS BANK 2546 Lincoln Way, Ph. 232-43I0 Congra'rulaIions, Seniors Apparel of Distinctimg 308 Main Sf. Ames GIFT AND CHINA SHOP China - Crysial Decorafing Accessories 4I3 Douglas Ph. 232-42l5 The Ideal Way fo Travel in a Group is by a Char+ered Bus. MIDWEST TRANSPORTATION, INC. I003 Second SIreeI Ph. 232-7270 Congrafulafions, Class of I 965 LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE: To build or buy your own home as soon as you are financially able is wise . . . an will pay good dividends. H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. Esiablished I89I Main and Duff Ames, Iowa We are pleased 'Io serve you- Whafever your needs- LARGE or small Prescripiion Specialis+s Smar+es+ in Fashion Finesi' in Quali+y 92616655 f' 227 MAIN Ph. 232-6I35 -iii rom ric S F I ycles to huntxng rlfles, satlsfactlon for every need 2I8 MAIN 52I DUFF AFTER THE GAME TOM'S GRI LL "Crea+ors of Good Food DOWNTOWN AMES DURING VACATION WALT'S NEWSSTAND N ' M S ' Greefing Cards, Magazines, 4-S -g 0EQ Books Serving 'Hue am Wi+h fha Best 22l Main S+ree+, Ph. 232-0455 Phone 8 or 225 S+ + A I Ma 232-I4 I 232-l482 in ree mes, owe Congra'IuIa+ions. Seniors STQRE Garden-Fresh Vege+abIes Orchard-Fresh Fruifs The Bes+ in Meafs CompIe+e S+ock of Na+ionaIIy Adver+ised Canned Foods Oven-Fresh Pas+ries GENERAL FILTER COMPANY Design-Cons+ruc+ion-Ereciion PRODUCTS: Iron Removal FiI+ers Wa+er Sof+eners Aera+ors and Degasifiers Chemical Feed Equipmeni' CoaguIa'Iors and Mixers Swimming Pool Equipmenf Ph. 232-4l2I Ames, Iowa CAMPUS DRUG Drugs Cosme'I'ics U.S. 'POST OFFICE 2430 LINCOLN WAY Ph. 232-4252 HOLTZ AND NAIRN , .. -I-up I 'Y' ww AG Lonnie keeps in step with Brown's. Insurance and Real Es'IaI'e EARL HOLTZ BILL NAIRN BROWN-SHOE FIT 3I7 Main S+ree+ Ph. 232-6633 DEAN KNUTSON 5II Main S+ree'I' Z -was Bin M: I il I AMES THE FAIR HARDWARE 8. MUSIC . Always the Very Latest in RECORDS I DW Goods JAZZ - POPS - STEREO Draperies HARDWARE PAINT Nogons RADIOS RECORD PLAYERS '05 Welch Ph' 2325405 203 MAIN Ph. 232-sIoI 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 l869 I' li RAY JEWELERS . . FRANGOS Quahty Dlamonds RESTAURANT QQ REGISTERED JEWELER FOUNTAIN SERVICE AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY P'ZZA STEAKS and OI-IOPS 2l0 Main Street Ph. 232-97l0 220 Main Street Ph. 232-476I When Your Shoes Need Repairing, Think of ARCHIE GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR I07 WELCH IN CAMPUSTOWN I x,.a,,,,',fH E .. 'lllnr S MARioN's SANDWICH Jack and Janet enjoy working at Penney's. Try Our Delicious BEEF-BURGERS Across from I'he Ford Garage J, C, PENNEY'S 326 5+h Ph. 232-9876 I. - I. I 1 '-'fx Hu- ee H456 E ' D EEE OUR BEST WISHES TO AMES HIGH In Campusiown a+ II2 So. Sheldon Down+own ai- 207 So. Duff nn. 1. I88 TOWING SCHOOL RING . . . . now infinejewelry 'E I .,L- I-uvmfw , ee eee - q, Y I I , T FTW K Im Im' mv: QI ' 2,A. -- Your SI-IIIIIII ritgg 4 WRECKERS FOR BETTER SERVICE CU M PA RIC 'l'lI I-ISIC III sm- your III-IIIIIIIIII ,P 3 - Q .,X,, , is Ilvsifgru-Il I0 give 2 cmnplI-III sulislac- ,HW 54-I,l,,,l ,mg V 1 A . 14.1-,yx,l,l,Kl..S X lion. Any Iillgf luurul dc' , , , A f8CIivI- Ir: IIl3Il4'IIiIl or 0 A I.I .I .IMI-I--I, II III ,I-, III , III: '- Day SCIIUUI, RING OI' I ILIIIIIIII I - I-Ie: --I I IIIIIII-.1 :l..II I- l,lX'l"llY 1 wlx IIWIIIIEII ,MII I Ir, In - ,x IIIII IIIIQIIA ,,I' I., I I PIIIIIIA .III .IIIIIl.IlIlI' Eur Ph. 232-7272 AMES COMPLETELY EOUIPPED WRECKER SERVICE Will Serve You Anywhere g COMPLETE MECHANICAL SERVICE I n l'I::.I Jug. IE, ,zz If: I.I::f,' g wnrhrxxzrn-lnp :II Img' lime. .. iqm fll V .. . E 2' " 1 WW will llc rf-pzxirurl or rc- " - 'f 'I I. ,30.:e..I ' I . K ff QTEK? fit-ik'YI5K" E5" 'TA , X A M pliuivcl WILTTOLII I , K ' A - mfg X , , , P - . ',i,1i,l, ig i. S if , S2 1 7 I A5 e.1,I.,. l I I? ri 484 All ' fhifsf- - , Af, df' A N. E-gi lf . , . . I I '1' I ' : Y P -'fl ilu l: vw-I I , V wx ' " - - - in 'mf-2 VI II I I 3 " vous: PRESCRIPTION", Voun Mos? Imponw-ANT TRUST' S wAm-'P Men owes EARUS GARAGE IO4 Kellogg 2l7 f o 9 PAINTS and WALLPAPER, Piclure Framing Arlisl' Supplies 214 FiHh Ph. 232-5265 . Q0 ,XXV fv, 619 XQ VN Main Srreef Ph. 232-7745 "Which one is the easiest?" ESCHBACH MUSIC HOUSE 302 Main Ames, lowa 0,3654 AUGEVXSQ, W HOB 7 u XS 204 Main Ph. 232-6755 Ph. 232-3624 I89 IIN CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I965 THE BOOTERY "Fashion WiI'h a FII" SHELDON MUNN HOTEL I gr I.et's Shop At 03 - , , A 1 I i. 229 Main -.0 5 'iii' , The Favoriie CIoI'hing SI'ore For Young Men. VISIT OUR STUDENTS SHOP HOTEL BARBER SHOP "The Shop Wi+h 'rhe Blue Window" IN SHELDON-MUNN Ph. 232-6565 DAIRY QUEEN fnnmvil1UQl Q rd, D U L., . A,,g.- rm femme K-11 .O l1...!i1 CON ES MALTS SHAKES I 23 Lincoln Way 'm. -..r.:.i.uia1ldL -fl-fill 1- -L N UNION BUS DEPOT Greyhound and Jefferson Lines Safe, dependable drivers "Travel is our business" Group Charfers - Escorfed Tours Package ' Express GENE J. FONTECCHIO-Mgr. Ph. 232-2404 KELSO RADIO 81 TV I08 Lincoln Way Nexi' 'Io corner of L-Way and Duff Your ZeniI'h Dealer Ph. 232-4445 '---ul --1 The genuine "red carpet Lreatmentf' BLEEKER FURNITURE AND CARPETS I25 Main Ph. 232-5675 I+ pays Io look your besl. Le+ a professional dry cleaner Jralce care oi your clolhes. AMES PANTORIUM Finesl' in Cleaning 4I0 Douglas Ph. 232-4302 I9I Everyfhing in Hardware for 'lhe Home We fake pride in having +he biggesi' and mos+ complere variery of kirchen wares, fools, painls, elec+ric fable appliances and gi'F'r wares CARR HARDWARE Ph. 232-6324 Charge Accounrs Welcome 'As pretty as a flower" from Everrs EVERT'S 2l8 51h Sfreei Ph. 232-5634 We Telegraph Flowers l92 DURLAM 84 DURLAM Known for Good Clofhes 226 Main S+. Ames, Iowa Ph. 232-326I SERVING AMES AND IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY for 62 YEARS Sk! The Mofor Bank WALK-UP - CUSTOMER - DRIVE-UP BANKING PARKING BANKING . Across 'From Cily Hallx w g Hmas TIQTST GSQVHIGS Bank Member Federal Reserve Sysfem The Place +o Meer Your Friends When You AH'end l.S.U. L-WAY CAFE CAMPUS TowN MFG. CO. AMES 0 1owA COLLEGIATE COMPANY 'w ORIGINALS. BY All UA X nf I93 Inclividualify in Good Furnifure Congramlanons +0 me HOVERSTEN FURNITURE Furniiure and Floor Coverings I965 GRADUATING CLASS Ey re turned toward quality at Hoverslen's. Ames Hi, Aims- Ames High School High! 4l2 Main Ph- 232-2674 STRAND PAINT COMPANY '-Ru QQ' , 4' F in A ' R -' M , my f K V X 1 , M , 'Y ' J Z hr.-: My . . 1 T :ji an i 5 ffm :T fx Qi H' :' : 3 "'-b.a.- -L m - ' 0 DRIVE-IN OPEN YEAR ROUND Sunday-Thursday ll A.M.-ll PfM. Frid ay-Saiurday. ll A.M.-I2 Midnighi' Ph. 232-56l3 , VLSI., .f 524 Lincoln Way P11575 ' 5 AMES, IOWA Ig: , . 151 I94 Congraiulaiions P. M. PLACE CO. 5c 'Io SI.00 Specialisfs VAN VOORHIS CO. 0 AIR CONDITIONING 0 PLUMBING o HEATING o SHEET METAL Ph. 232-6270 Ph 232-sos: Good Luck, Class of I965 SCHOENEMAN LUMBER COMPANY HEADQUARTERS FOR HARDWARE Pain+ - Plywood -- Lumber and All O+her Building Supplies Main and Norfhwesiern Ph. 232-2372 Fill up at Phillips 66. KEN 81 PAT'S PHILLIPS 66 82I Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6670 Insis+ Upon O'NEIL'S QUALITY CHECKED ICE CREAM AND MILK Look for 'Ihe Big Red Check Mark O'NEIL DAIRY COMPANY AMES IowA l95 QMQMMZ ' Agency, lncorporafed O The Spo'I' for Homes A Complefe Real Eslafe Service for Cify Properly All Types of Personal and Commercial Insurance Ph. 232-640l 4I3 Main Ames, lowa Real Es'ra+e: Insurance Bill Vog'l' AI S1'oll Chucl: Sondrol Ted Tedesco Neal Popelka 03:33. i r . I Z Jeny fills the tank with Deep Rock. LARSON'S DEEP ROCK SERVICE 5 I 7 Lincoln Way Ames I 96 Eledric Wiring and Supplies NELSON ELECTRIC CO. 8I6 Clarlc Ave. Ph. 232-2445 For Over 54 Years HEADQUARTERS FOR Giffs Books Si'a'l'ionery Typewrilers Greeling Carcls Office Supplies School Supplies Pholographic Supplies AMES STATIONERS 238 Main S+.-Ph. 232-4I6l COLLEGE PIPE SHOP Your Corner English Pipe and Tobacco Sfore Corner of Lincoln Way and Welch Bulova, Crofon and Favre-Leuba Wafches Wa'I'ch Repairing FRUIT 81 GROCERY swANK's JEWELRY 2522 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6653 3l9 Main 232-6460 THREE STORES TO SERVE YOU ' VAN VOORHIS I GREENHOUSE I "When you Jrh-ink of flowers, Second and Elm 24+h and Grand Think of ours." Colorado and Lincoln Way Hwy 69 Norm CONGRATULATIONS. SENIORS! We hope +o confinue serving you in your college years. See us for 'lhai' perfecl' ward- robe-ihe newesf in college apparel. How about this one?" TOWN 81 CAMPUS 25I4 Lincoln Way lAcross From Friley Halll Congra+uIaI'ions, Seniors! UNION STORY TRUST 81 SAVINGS BANK "Your Friendly Main S'rree'I Bank" AMES BANKING CENTER SINCE I882 Main ai' Burnefi' Ph. 232-2362 HANSEN'S MOBIL STATION Lincoln Way a+ Kellogg Ph. 232-97I5 A Iways-quick and efficient service at Hansen's. IH - I I IXMFHK' "' ALLEN MOTOR CO. CI1evroIeI'-Corvair Buick 5I'h and Douglas Ph. 232-2462 LAN DSBERG PHARMACY Universify Rexall 2402 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-5I75 BesI' Wishes Io THE SPIRIT AND THE STUDENTS OF AMES HIGH RICHARD K. BLISS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Ames MATH ISON MOTORS Ford - Falcon - Fairlane - Thunderbird Musfang Low Cosi' Financing 323 Fiffh Ph. 232-552I BATES JEWELERS WATCHES OMEGA - BULOVA Headquarfers For Smar+ Jewelry SI'yIes S+erIing and Gold Charms-Charm BraceIe1's Pearl Rings and Pearl Pendan'I's 2400 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-25I5 "Going somewhere?" OSLUND'S 308 Main Ph. 232-6342 199 HILL'S STUDIO 2530 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-4570 "One, two, three-cheese ! " ch 200 one has the loudest alarm?" FASTCO DRUG 4II Kellogg Ph. 232-3I6l HOME FURNITURE 8: APPLIANCES I28 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6233 Your HOME away from home. ACCIDENTS NVILL HAPPEN Lila US FISRZE7 , I u I , 5,1 ng -E Q I A . M .rt RAY'S PAINT AND BODY SHOP Wreck Rebuilding Experl' Spraying Frame Repair Glass lnslallalion 404 E. Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6205 S. Hanson Lumber Co. serves the needs of the Ames Com- munity. Congraiulaiions, Seniors! S. HANSON LUMBER CO. 2I2 Duff Ph. 232-sI52 BORRALL'S SUPER VALUE 222 Marker S+. d E 4 ,. oSf""c QW . of fi? I I Nw Q, ix x 5" '. RS 1, PHOTO FINISHING , xii. 1 -I 'QN Color-Blaclr and Wluf xxixfl-A5 X A I Enlarging X 5- 7 , Qxfxx 214- Personal Greeiing Card 9 X XX 1-QQ Polaroid Copies S . N gifs- - L2-'f:2Q'f M, ' Billfolcl Picfures COMMERCIAL Aa .aft-fn 16' PHOTOGRAPHY 'l.C2'y-hr" , -: l' if '.' -fr' h. J I k. -2-IJ, fe Arc Ifecfural Z r i ng, ' 'L lndusirial ' iff' ' ' Campanile lowa S+a+e Universiiy Ph. Ames' Only PHOTO FINISHERS I2I Main P.O. 908 20I inn RICHARDS' Sewing Buffef Noon and Evening Wesf Lincoln Way The Little Cyclones keepin shape at Richardsf CON YOUNIKIEIRS "Sa'I'isfac+ion Always" 0 NOTIONS I SMALL ELECTRICS 0 APPAREL I COSMETICS 0 DRAPERIES 0 MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOP I FABRICS ' Beauty is our business. 0 ACCESSORIES FINESSE BEAUTY SALONS ' FABULOUS SPORTSWEAR FINESSE BEAUTY FINESSE BY THE . SHOES sALoN CAMPUS 8I9 Lincoln Way 2408 Lincoln Way ' MILLINERY MARIAN LOKKEN 323 Main Ph- 2324320 "The Iinesl in care for The 202 cliscriminaling woman." I I " 3 505 Kellogg -' an J' H4954 LINDQUIST pm l Q.-imgfs VARSITY CLEANERS 3 . . l For 'l'he Service You I Wan+ When You Wanl I+. , I20 Hayward V Ph. 232-lO55 .- A special occasion is always complete with flowers from COE'S. When lhe occasion demands +he besl . . . always depend on Coe's. 5l7 Grand Ph. 232-5432 COE'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS BOB ALLEN AMES RAMBLER co. LUMBER COMPANY 5Ol Lincoln Way . Ph. 2324772 Rambler Sales and Service Lincoln Way Ph- 232-4764 203 ALLAN MACHINE SHOP No Job Too Large or Too Small 224 DUFF Ph. 232-6505 ARMSTRONG TRACTOR 81 TRUCK Machinery Par+s Ames. Iowa So. Hiway 69 AMES DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. Lime nw , 3 ef-Rf" ia V gm. 7 when U X f? Zine Box 663 5 Ph. 232-4l55 I05 Kellogg Ph. 232-7320 ENCO SERVICENTER Compleie Service for Your Car 3II Lincoln Way Ph. 232-9836 I Q BEATY Q O REAL ESTATE 8. INSURANCE 5 A o See BOB for Real Esfafe LINOLEUM-CARPETING-TILES See EOF lI1SUl'BI1Ce RUSS-CERAMlCS1FORMlCA Beafy Building Ph. 232-4I5l H6 Welch Ph. 232-5115 402 Main Sfreef Ames. Iowa Home means more when -lhe carpel on your 204 floor is from l'lea+on's." WILSON'S MOBILE Dar'I'-Dodge-Chrysler MOTOR STATION SALES AND SERVICE We Give Regal Sfamps Lincoln Way and Kellogg PH. 232-255l 2528 Lincolnway PH. 232-4IOI Student body presldent and vice-presldent . . . Color K 81 D AMUSEMENT CENTER Pool and Shuffleboarcl Hwy. 30 W. Call 232-6834 nu K . w .XA In, J' TV from Firestone's puts a smile on Christie's WATERS' FIRESTONE A Good Place Io Buy Tires and Home SuppIies I20 Lincolnway WEAVER JEWELERS WYLER WATCHES ORANGE BLOSSOM DIAMONDS Beiween 'Ihe Shows CAMPUSTOWN CARTER PRESS, INC. Crea+ive Prin'Iers and Lifhographers 206 WELCH AVE. AMES, IOWA AN DERSON'S BEAUTY SALON 2528 Lincolnway Ph.-232-2 I55 Speciaiisfs in Hair Shaping Siyling and Permanenf Waving SKEIE MOTOR C0. X-. Best dressed girls at AHS shop at WHITE'S. WHITE'S SPECTATOR Headquarfers for Smari' Sporfswear ZI9 MAIN Ph. 232-I38I Poniiac - Tempesf Sales - Service "GOOD WILL USED CARS" 202 S. Duff Ph. 232-3650 You can coun I on exce llent food and surrounding 1 PETERSON'S STANDARD SERVICE A+Ias Tires and BaHeries Greasing and Washing 232-9667 Lincoinway and Franklin 206 Newly Opened "The Lamp Posi' Lounge" "ln +he Old Farm House" COLLEGE CLEANERS Pick-Up and Delivery l36 Welch Ph. 232-7730 WEST STREET GROCERY Open 9 A.M. Io II P.M. 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Aggarwal , Sudhir . . . 72-111 .. 28, 50 143 50-51 182-216 170 128, 130, 132, Albertson, Dorothy . 34, 138, 139, 115 143 Aho, John .................... 143 143 176 Albertson, Mr. Hubert .. 60, 74, Albright, Vicki .............. 86, 175 Allen, Oley ................ 93, 176 Allen, Sue ..... - ............. 181 ALL-STATE MUSICIANS ...... 89 Allison, Linda ................ 172 Alm, Norm .................... 171 Anderson, Alan B. ..... 80, 143 Anderson, Allan N. 143 Anderson, Mrs. Beth ........ 56, 174 Anderson, Brenda .... .. 87, 173 Anderson, Brian ..... ..... 1 43 Anderson, Charmain .......... 175 Anderson, Craig .......... 120, 178 Anderson, Glennis ............ 177 Anderson, John .............. 223 Anderson, Mary .... .... 8 6, 98, 143 Anderson, Merrill ........ 130, 171 Anderson, Michael ...... . 180 Andrews, Larry ..... . .... 175 Arens, Sue ......... 172 Armstrong, Bill 170 Armstrong, Jim ..... ....... 1 80 Armstrong, Marsha ............ 178 Arnbal, Judy ........ ..86, 87, 43 Aronoff, Beth ..... ...... 8 7, 181 Aronoff, Zena ...... . 143 ASSEMBLIES .... .... 44 , 45 ATHLETICS ........ ........... 3 7 Augustine, Mary .. Austrheim, Linda . B 86,143 86, 93, 173 Bacon, Bill ................ 120, 179 Bacon, Mary ............ 40, 99, 143 Baker, Barbara . . .......... 170 Baker, Barry ..... 120, 179 Baker, Delores ...... . 175 Baker, Dick ....... 123. 143 Baker, Shonney .... .... 9 3, 172 Baldner, Doug . . . . . 111, 143 Baldus, Judy . . . .... 171, 173 Ballard, Larry ...... . 178 BAND ......... ........ 90 -95 Bappe, Dennis .. ...... 120, 178 Bappe, Richard ...... 119, 123, 143 Bappe, Steve . .. .......... . 143 Bappe, Tom . . . ....... . . 168 Barber, Alice .... . 175 Barber, David .... 143, 175 Barcus, Mike .. .. 120, 176 Bames, Dean ..... .... . . 144 Barnhart, Dean . .. ....... . 123 Barrow, Jean ..... .... 8 7, 178 Bartels, Arthur . . . . 126, 144 Barton, Art . . . ...... . 177 Barton, Bob ...... 142, 144 BASKETBALL . . .... 128-133 Bates, Deanna .... ........ 1 44 Batman, Pam ......... . 175 Bath, Betsy 86, 87, 180 Bauder, Mary . . . Bauder, Tom ........ 180 14-4 126, 139, 144 Baumann, Betsy ....... 172 Bauske, Dave . 40, 99 Bauske, Mrs. Grace 39, , 104, 126, 138, 14-4 46, 56, Bauske, Mark ............ 98, Beach, Cheryl .... Beach, Lee ..... Beach, Linda ..... Beach, Robert .... Beal, Carolee Beals, Sarah Bear, Catherine .. ........ 102 181 171 178 181 175 172 115, 170 179 86, Beaty, Donna ........ Beck, Linda .............. 115, Beckham, Mr. Thomas ........ Beck, Vicki ................ 87, Beckman, Bill ........ 123, 126, Beckman, Dick Beese, Lynn .............. 98, Bell, Thomas .................. Bellingausen, Su 8 .............. Beman, Mike .. 130, 138, 180, Bengston, Mr. Leonard .... 74 Benn, Becky ..... ............. Bennett, Mr. Ca rroll .... 68, 74, Bennett, Dan Benson She , rry ..... ....... Bcrhowe, Janice .... ...... 2 6, Best, Bill ...... Best, Bob ..... Billings, Jim .. Billings, Mary Billings, Toni Black, Marilyn Blackburn, Dave ....... . 139 . .... 130, 138, ...... . 123, . . . ..... 115, Blaess, Mike . . . ...... . . . 1 - Blagen, Bonnie Blake Rick 145 93, 180 123 130 173 Bleekiar, R66 .'sh,'r4, 86: arf 130, 138, 139, 145 Bliss, Carolyn .... 33, 86, 88, 104, 145 Bliss, Mike 86, 119, 123, 130, 171, 174 Boast, Tom ........ 89,93,145 Boden, Mark . . . . . .120, 180 Bogue, Mary . . . ..... . 171 Bohlen, Rick . . . ...... . 178 Bonwell, Mert .. ..... 123, 145 Borden, John ....... . . . 86. 87, 175 Bornmueller, Alan . . . . ....... . 174 Borron, Pam ....... .... 9 3, 179 Bortle, Frank .................. 145 Bowen, Paul ............ 86, 87, 178 Bowen, Jerry .... 40, 93, 139, 145 Bowen, Lalonie ................ 170 Bowen, Lecia . . ...... 86, 87, 179 Boylan, Jerry . .. ..... 171, 173 BOYS' CLUB . . . ...... 74, 75 BOYS' GLEE ..... ........... 8 5 BOYS' STATE .... ............. 2 4 Brindley, Thomas ...... 93, 97, 180 Brinkman, Vicki ......... 176 Bristol, Catherine . . . 87, 93, 170 Bristol, Susan .... 86, 145 Brown, Barbara ........... 145 Brown, Ellen . . . ............ . 175 Brown, Jim . . . 93, 97, 123, 172 Brown, Joan .. ........... 87 Brown, Kathy . . . . . 173 Brown, - Leanne .... . . . 181 Brown, Roger .. ..., 14-5 Browning, Glen . . . . . . . 173 Bruner, Charles .... .... 2 23 Brunia, Denny . . . . . . 178 Brunia, Kathy . . . . . . 173 Brunkow, Bruce . . . . . . 172 Brunkow, Robert . . . . . . 171 Bryan, Jim ....... Bryner, Darrell ..... Buchanan, Ann Buchanan, Bob Buchele, Rod .... Buck, Jim ....... Buck, Lindy U 75: ............ 139, 96, 97, 115, Buehler, Beverly ........ ........ Bunce, Sharon 93, Burnet, Kathy ........ 26, 80, 86, Burns, Mary Kay ......... . 97, Burns, Richard . .. 120, Bushore, David .... ....... Buttermore, Gary .6 .6-.6-- Buttz, Linda .... 1 . ........ . Byers, Cheri .... CAFETERIA STAFF Calderwood, David Calhoun, David ..... . . 86, 87, 25, Calhoun, Kathy ....... . . . Calhoun, A Michael Calkins, Bill ......... .... CAMPAIGNS ....... Cantonwine, Kenneth . . . . . . . . . . Carbrey, Theresa . . CAREER NIGHT Carlson, Carlson 86, 87, 89, 97, Greg ................ Dick ...... .... . 138, Y Carlson, James Carlson, Mr. Keith Carlson, Carmean, Jennifer Carney, Peggy 57, Susan ..... 86, Carpenter, Mike .... .... . . . Carpenter, Paula Carr, Dick ........ Carr, Larry .... Carr, Patsy .. . . .... 86, 86, sv, Catus, Ann .............. Cerwick, Fred Chaffin, Wanda' 'ffff .... Charles, Linda Charlson, Gary 86, 86, 87, 93, 86, 87, ................ CHEERSQUAD, 'soi5iio1iioi'iE". 175 174 172 173 145 170 177 146 170 146 172 180 170 146 180 146 53 168 173 178 17 170 , 35 172 170 33 171 181 146 141 179 146 179 223 221 176 146 175 174 181 178 223 173 115 CHEERSQUAD, VARSITY .. 37, 114- 115 CHOIR ........................ 86 CHORAL GROUPS ...... 36, 84-89 Christensen, Dave ............ 146 Christensen, Don .............. 146 Christenson, Beverly .... 86, 87, 177 Christensen, Sharon .......... 146 Christenson, Mike ............ 175 CHRISTMAS FORMAL ...... 36-39 Clark, Allen .................. 180 Clark, Ann . 33, 86, 88, 142, 146 Clark, Bob .................... 180 Clark, Debbie ................ 178 Clark, George ................ 146 Clark, Jean .... .. 86, 87, 93, 181 Clark, Steve ................ 11, 146 Claude, Nancy . 86, 93, 97, 142, 147 Coe, Steve ............ 130, 132, 147 Cole, Mr. Donald . ......... 55, 106 Collins, Jed ....... ..... 9 3, 147 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT . . . . . . 68 Compton, Linda .. 173 Conklin, Bob .... . .. 175 Conley, Larry .... ..... 1 26 Constantine, Gloria . . 91, 173 Conley, Larry .... ......... 1 79 Cook, Bob ...... .... 1 23, 221 CO-OP .......... 110, 111 Cooper, Kathy .... .... 1 71, 179 2l7 Cooper, Steve Corbin, Marsha .... Core, Ellen ...... Coste, Carolyn .. Cott, Julie .... Cottrill, Dave .. Cottrill Jeff ........ COUNSELING Coupe, Jeanie ......... . . . 120 . . . 175 . . . 178 180 174 . . 170 176 51 . . . . . 87, 181 175 Covey, Mr. Hiram . ..... 55, Coy, David ............ .. 93, 126, 173 170 Coyle, .lack ...... . ....... . Craig, Dean .... ............ 2 21 Craig, Maurice ............ 126, 172 Craig, Terrie .... 91, 93, 104, 173 Crane, Charles ........ 86, 87, 178 Crane, Mrs. .lean .......... 62, 172 Cross, Larry ..... ........ 86, 87, 147 Cross, Davidson, Lewis . . . . . . . . . . Mr. Wayne ......... . . . 86, 64 Crovisier, Nancy . 86, 147 87, 117, Crowley, Richard .... ......... 1 47 Cumming, Debbie ............... 147 Cummings, John .. 173 Daffin, Toby .... ......... 1 72 Dahl,'Janet ...... ....... 8 7, 177 Dahm, Peg ........ 86, 87, 180 Daley, Dee Ann .... .... 8 7, 171 Dallman, Sue, .... ...... 1 75 Dalton, Linda ....... . . . 87, 147 Dalton, Phil .................. 180 Dankbar, Betty Anne ........ 87, 178 Darnell, John ........ ...... 1 70 Davidson, John ...... ....... 1 47 Davis Chris ..... 120, , .... Davis, Craig, ...... Davis, Dennie .... Davis, Garry . . . . . Davis, Laticia .... . . . Davis, ' Linda .................. 180 174 179 . . . . . 147 147 170 173 64 Day, Mr. Richard . DEBATE ............ DeBoer, Dennis .... 86, 87, 93, 97, 179 DECA ......................... Denison, Kathy ........ Dennis, Mary .... ..... Dickinson, Mrs. Elizabeth . . , . . . Dickson, David .......... 87, 93, Dickson, Jonathan .. 86, 93, 97, 126, Diehl, Harvey .. .. Dietl, Bruce ...... Dietz, Christine .... Disney, .lean ..... Dodd, Connie Dodd, Jim .... . Dodd, John Dodd, Linda Doling, Dan ....... Donhowe, Kathy Doran, Bob ........ Dotson, Melinda ' Dowell, Diana .. Dozier, Steve . . Drake, Jeane .... Drake, Rodney DRAMA ....... . . Dreeszen, Dee Dresser, Dave . . . . . . . Drummond, Kathleen .. Duffy, Mary .......... Duncan, Greg ....... Dunkin, Peg ........ Dunlap, Lynn ........ Dunleavy, John .. 130 ..........106 ......-. 67 147 148 107 148 170. 148 139, 86, 142, . .' '63,' '67, ..ff'ii7, 168 178 148 180 87, 176 148 148 175 148 172 123, . 86, 97, 171 . 93,97,181 223 148 80, 180 .. 65, 78, 83 175 123, 173 87, 172 148 139, 173 175 148 132, 139, 148 Duvall, Mr. George .... 60, 128, 129, 130 2l8 CAREER NIGHT SPEAKER-MR. RAY BRYAN found an unusual but effective way to deliver his speech. E Easton, Jane .... . . . . . 168 Easton, John .... ....... 1 68 Eckard, Diane .. ........ 174 Eggleton, Ada .. . 86, 97, 148 Eggleton, Judy .... ......... 1 78 Eilts, Randy ...... .... 1 26, 148 Ekberg, Carl .................... 168 Ekberg, Gretchen ........ 86, 87, 181 Elbert, Cathy ...... ..... 8 3, 170 Elbert, David .... .... 1 39, 148 Eldridge, Bill ...... . . . 139, 179 Eldridge, Charles .... .... 1 23, 221 Ellet, Kathy ....... .... 1 70, 179 Ellet, Tom ...... ....... 2 23 Elliott, Gail .... ...... 1 78 Elliott, Steve .... .... 8 7, 180 Ellis, Nancy . . . ..... 106, 148 Ellis, Mike .... ............ 2 23 Ellis, Patricia ................ -148 Emanuel, Steve ...... 86, 87, 93, 176 Eness, Kristine .......... 83, 87, 175 Engelhardt, Cheryl ............ 172 ENGLISH DEPT. . . . ..... 56357 Engeldinger, Anne .... .... 1 72 English, Mrs. Yvonne Enser, Lowell ...... Epstein, Jacqueline . Erickson, Diane ..... Erickson, Martha Erickson, Mary ...... Ethington, Karen .... Eucher, Larry Evans, Richard Everson, Karin . . . . . . Ewoldt, Janet Exner, Rick .. Eyer, Phillip ....... Faber, Pat ...... FALL PLAY FALL TRACK ..... .. 86, 87, 88, 89, 149 Fate, Robin, .......... Fauerby, Christine Farley, Charles . f f f '86,' 371 'zi3,'8s3, 63, 36Qf87,' 177. ..... 93, 178 148 223 181 178 173 139 173 149 93 ...... 149, 223 149 180 ....-q-..- 40 80, 81 124,125 123,171 93, 180 FEATURES , .... Fcllinger, Ann .... Ferguson, Jim .... . . . 22-47 175 126, 149 Fernelius, Dan .......... 93, 170, 172 FHA .................. 67, 110, 111 149 Fincham Steve .... FINE ARTS DEPAR1iM'1i1iJr' Finnegan, Kathleen .............. 173 FIRE SQUAD ................ 141 Firkens, Carol .. .. 93, 170 Fiscus, Linda .. ....... 93, 175 Fisher, Bill .... ......... 8 3, 178 Fisher, Kitty ........ 80, 86, 91, 149 Fiske, Jane ......... 87, 149 Fleig, John ........ 123, 138, 149 Foley, Bruce .................. 179 Fontecchio, Ron . ., ............ 149 Foote, Miss Wendy .. 45, 46, 70, 177 FOOTBALL .............. 118-123 Foreman, John .... ...... 1 42, 149 Foreman, ,Mark ................ 175 Foreman, Mike .... 87 93 97 Foreman, Muriel .... 86, 87: 115, Forsythe, Kay .... . . , 179 173 Foshe, Ernest ....... Fox, Paul ...... ............ Franz, Linda . .......... , ..... .. Freel, Judy French, Barb 180 168 149 172 Fredericks, Bill .... 86,2 87, 93, 175 171 176 175 178 174 French, Walt .... 97, Frey, Terry ........ ........ 9 3, Fribley, Jack .................. Friedrich, Robert ...... 93, 123, 149 FRIENDSHIP WEEK ........ 42-43 Frigaard, Marcia .......... 98, 170 Frum, Barry .... .... . .. . 126, 150 Fryar, Richard .... 93, 170 Fujinaka, Chuck .. .... 120, 177 Fuller, Bertha .... ......... 1 70 Fung, Margaret .......... 86, 87, 180 Gallahan, Alan ...... .. 175 Gammon, Michael ...... ..... 1 72 Garland, Linda ................ 173 Garrett, Mrs. Avonelle Gartz, Mr. Homer .... ss, 68 92 Gatherum, Laurie . Gauger, Don Genovese, Ross .. Gibbs, Laura . . . . . . Gibbs, Monte .. Gibson, David ..... . . . 'iisf .... 174, 93, 97, Gilchrist, Mary . . . . . . . . , , Gilchrist, Sherri .. Gilreath, Dee ..... 180 175 221 179 . . . . . . . . 150 172 171 175 . . . . . . . 173 GIRLS' CLUB . . . . . . 76-77 GIRLS' GLEE ...... . . . 76, 85 GIRLS' STATE ........ ..... 2 4 Glamser, Miss Wanda . . .... . . 68 Hill, Joyce ' .... Glandorf, Lorraine ..... 87, 170 Goettsch, Dick ..... ....... 1 81 Goettsch, Steve .... . . . 126, 175 Goodman, Gail ' ..... ..... 1 50 Gossard, Margaret . . . ..... . 173 GRA .... , ........ ...... 1 34 Grabau, Gary .... 120, 138 Graca, Richard . . . .... . 172 Grady, Bob ..... . . . 175 Graham, Fred .. . ..... 178 Gran, Chuck ..... .... 8 3, 173 Green, Jack ...... ........ 1 50 Green, Joseph .... ........ . . 174 Green, Julanne . ................. 150 Grccn, Ronald . . . . . . 130, 135, 171 Greene, Grant ..... 86, 87, 150 Greenwood, Alice .... .... 1 71, 175 Grennan, Eileen 97, 150 Grennan, Jim .. ..... 180 Grennan, Jim ..... .... 1 80 Grcnnan, Phil . . . . . . . 181 Grewell, Sharyn . . . ..... . 172 Groat, Connie .... ........ 1 73 Groomes, Bob ...... .... 1 15, 221 Gunnerson, Janet .... ...... 1 75 Gutmann, Robert . . . ...... . 172 Guy, Terry ........ 120, 177 H Haeh, Bruce .......... Hagebock, Dennis ..... Hagebock, Terry . . . Hageman, Joe .... Hagen, Belinda ...... Hagen Hagen Hagge , Mary .... , Kent .......... , Steven ...... ......... Hague, Bob .. .... .. Hakes, Hall, Mark .... . . Janice Hall, Larry ...... 93 Hall, Hall, Mary ..... .... Tom .... ...... Halterman, David . . . Halverson, Jim . . Hamilton, Layne ' .... Hamilton, Mark ....... Hamilton, Mr. Robert . Hamme, Charlotte ..... Hamme, Don ..... Hand, Linda ........ Hannum, Jan Hannum Judy ...... 34, 141, 77, 104, 126, 86, 87, 120 181 9 3 150 173 175 173 178 180 172 150 . . . . . . . . 180 150 178 221 179 171 175 174 181 93, 179 57, 65, 79, 81 150 178 87, 's7"iEsb Hansen,,Barbara . 86,.87, 93, 97, Hansen, Jim Hanson, Cheryl ..... . 119, 123,, 115, 139, Hanway, Rod ...... 93, 97, 138, Harless, Lonnie . . . ....... . . . . Harrell, Michael . . .... 86, 87, Hart, Donald ..... Hart, Judi ......... Harwell, Shirley .... Harwell, Sue ......... 80, 150 180 180 180 150 176 173 Harless, Linda ................ 150 181 151 178 170 151 151 177 Hathaway, John ............... Hausheer, Mr. Maurice . 27, 55, 130, 173 Hawkes, William Hawk, Ken ...... Hayes, Henry 151 .. 120, 181 151 Hayes, Randy .. Hayward, Donna Hazel, Laurie . Heald, Betty ..... ......... 3 3, Healey, Marjorie Healy, Tim' . . . . Heaton, Bill Heddon, Jim .. Heaton, Bill . . . Hedden, Jim .... Hedrick, Dan . . Heer, Jacki ,. Heggen, Mark ..... . . . 151., . .iii . iid, . ........... as, as, . ...'."ixisQ's7,' .. 93, 99, Hegland, Steve 86, 87, Hegstrom, Trey .... . 93, Heldt, Don ..... Hemstreet, Ann Henderson Jenni , fe Hendrickson S bil ae, I'. ...... , y .... .... Henry, Bill ....... ....... .... Hensmg, Joe .................. Hensing, John ...... 130, 132, Herrick, Jody ..... ........... Herrick, Nick ........ 118, 123, Hetzel, Steve ...... 50, 120, 138, Heubner, Frank Hiedeman, Mr. Dale ........ 60, Hiserote ani , J s ....... Hoag, Faye .... Hoff, Jan ........... Hoffman, Nancy . 86, 87, ' 115, . ........... 87, Hofstad, Jane ...... 86, 87, 97, Holdren, Kathy HOMECOMING Hopkins, Martha Hopkins, Rick Ho kins Sall ' ' '. ' 28-31 180 p , y .... Horsefield, Julie Hoskins, Kevin 123, Hostetter, Joe .... .... 1 20, Houge, Rod .................. Howerton, Greg .............. Huffman, Ed ........ 123 126 Hull, Karen .. 86, 91, 138, 139,152, Hunt, Mrs. Betty ........ 56, 77, . . 93, 97, Hunter, Frances Huntress, Alison Hunzikcr, Steve .... 120, Hurlbut, Gary . . . Hussey, Pat ...... Huston Kathi .. Hutchinson, Linda J J D Hutchison, Bryce ..... Hutchison, Lynn .... 93, ....93, 178 172 178 152 152 172 173 175 179 INDEX .................... 217-223 INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMENT .. 69 Ingram, Joyce ........ 87, 176, 93 Ingram, Rosemary ............ 173 Ingvoldstad, Joe . 124, 138, 171, 172 INTRAMURALS , .............. 135 Isely, Karl .................... 181 Israel, Jan ..... .... 1 52 Jackson, Betsy 115, 178 Jackson, ,Holly .. ...... 177 Jackson, Lynda . .... 180 Jackson, Marcia 152 Jackson, Morris . 178 Jackson, Sue ..... . 223 Jacobson, Brad . . 139, 171 Jacobson, Gary .. ...... 152 Jacobson, John . ........ 181 Jefferson, Linda .............. 180 Jeffrey, Bob . 86, 87, 120, 138, 179 Jellinger, Rick 123, 142, 152 Jenkins, Carla . 86, 87, 175 Jenkins, Marilyn ...... 87, 152, 166 Johannes, Dennis ........ 152 Johannes, Lowell ........ 178 Johannes, Wayne ....,. 180 Johnson, Bill .... 153 178 Jolmson, Bruce .... .f. 34, 153 174 Johnson, Elaine . . . "DON'T YOU DARE take that picture, young man!" . . . Click! 2l9 Moses, Brad ............ 24, 104, Johnson, Linda .. 180 Johnson, Mark . .. 176 Johnson, Nancy .... ....... 1 81 Johnson, Robert ........ 178 Johnson, Ron ...... 120, 177 Johnson, Sharon ............ 87, 170 Johnson, Terry ........ 93, 139, 180 Jolly, Mr. Frank .... 69, 74, 180 Jones, Ann ....... ..... 8 6, 173 Jones, Darlene . ...... 175 Jones, Mr. James ...... 62 Jones, Steve ..... 83, 180 Jones, Marianne .... .. 153 Jones, Randy .... ..... 8 0, 153 Jordan, Janis .... .. 86, 87, 181 JOURNALISM ............ 102, 103 Julius Deanne . 179 82 83 JUNIOR CLASS 'i'iQAii'1I1I , JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL .......... .... 1 71 JUNIOR HOMEROOMS . . . . 170-175 Kalsem, Becky 153 Kalton, Barbara 93, 153 Keisler, David ........ 123, 138, 170 175 172 Keller, Kelley Sue ........ Kitty , .............. 86, Kelso, Dennis . 27, 86, 87, 126, 139 Mike .................. Kennedy, Eileen Kelso, 87, 138, ,153 Kennedy, Pat ............ 87, Kepley, David ................ Ketelson, J im . 119, 122, 123, Key, Marc ........ Nancy ................. -Kilstrom, Elaine King, Dan ...... Kezar, King, King Harriss Ron 173 . ..... 175 179 178 130, 132, 138,139, 153 .... 86, 87, .. 74, Lasche, Jim Lasche, Susan .... Latta, Chris .... 123, 87, Lauser, Greg ............ 74, 142, Lawrence, Danny Lawrence, J an . . . ....... . . . . . 93 104 Lawrence, Ted .... Layton Greg ...... Ledet, Richard .... Lee, Dennis . . . . . Lee, Lloyd ...... Lehman Rick Lenning, Sheryl Leibold: Linda ' ' 95. 97,, Levine, Sylvia .... ...... 1 06, 154 173 173 154 181 179 172 179 . . . . . . . . 171 154 178 176 180 154 154 ' 154 181 Lewis, Marilyn ................ 86 87 93 Lewis, Nancy .......... Lewis Robert . ..f..f..'155 106-107 L1BRIx11Y CLUB- ' ' ' ' 'f ..... Lindell, Jerry, .... ..... 1 75 Linder, Dan .... .... 1 77 Linder, Peg . . . .... . 155 Linder, Toni . . . . . . 91, 155 Litzel, .Ierry .... . 155 Litzel, Jim ........ . . . 126, 155 Livingston, Alan ..... 180 Lockhart, Larry .... .... 1 24, 174 Loeschen, Steve .. .... ....... 1 80 Lokken, Mary .... .... 8 6, 87, 178 Looft, Nanci .... .... 8 7, 89, 181 Love, Christie . ......... 170 Love, Dale . . . ..... . . 168 Love, David ..... .... 1 73, '93 Lovely, Walter . ..... 170 Lowman, Terry . . . . 1. 155 Lowrie, Hugh .... ..... 1 81 Lowrie Laura .... .... 9 7, 179 Lyon, Joe ..... ....... 1 55 Lyttle, Janis . . . . . . 179 Lytton, Gary ....... . . . 155 M 174 172 178 . . . . 120, 180 153 180 173 Kingsbury, Audrey .......... Kinker, Dave ........... 120, 176 Kinker, Sandy . . . 26, 40, 86, 88, 93, 97, 153 Kinseth, Kay .................. Kirkham, Collier ...... .... Kleinschmidt, Robert .......... Kline, Ron . ............... 153, Knight, Bob ......... .... 173, Knight, Richard .... ...... Knuth, Gregory ...... .... Krocheski, Marilyn .... Krocheski, Paul .............. Kropf, Kathi ......... ......... Kruskop, Kim ........ ........ Kuhn, David ...... 97, 124, 126, IBO 153 153 221 139 153 181 171 153 178 177 175 Macheak, Cecil . . . Madsen, Steve . . . Magilton, Tom ........ Makelbust, Lonnie .... Maklebust, Mike . . . ..ff'0s, Manthei, Nancy ............. . Manthei, Ronald ..... Markley, Charles ..... Marks, Paul ........ 8 MATH DEPARTMENT Mathiason, Nancy Ladd, Steve ....... ...... 1 38, 139 Lambert, David ..... . . . 86, 87, 180 Lampe, De11nis ....... 126, 174 Lanczos, Les . ............. 153 Lande, Anna .. 86, 87, 88, 180 Lange, Mary ............. ...... 1 53 Langfitt, Perry ................ 172 LANGUAGE CLUBS ........ 98-101 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT .......... 58, 59 Larsen, Ronald ........ 86, 87, 93, 173 Larson, David ..... ........... 1 78 Larson, Jeffrey .... ...... 1 71, 80 Larson, Karen .. ...... 168 Larson, Paul .... ...... 1 53 Larson, Sharon .... . . . 115, 175 Larson, Wayne ...... 172 220 ' ..-...,.. 9, 93, 141, 156 178 174 156 . . . 179 181 156 170 156 . . . . . . 60-61 179 Mathison, John ........ 86, 87, 178 Martin, Bill ...... .......... 1 73 Martin, Jane .. .... 40, 77, 156 Matters, Bob ....... ..... 8 3, 176 Matters, Merry ............ 83, 86, 87 Matterson, Melissa ........ 99, 180 Mattson, Chris ............... 175 Maurer, Mary Anne . 26, 30, 31, 40, 115, 156 McCaffrey, James ............ 168 McCaffrey, Mary . . . 87, 178 McCay, Douglas . ...... 180 McCay, Robert ..... 142, 155 McClurkin, John .... . 155 McClurkin, Mike .... .. . 155, 175 McCormick, Jim ........ . 181 McCowen, Mike ........ 93, 97, 172 McCoy, Vicki. ................. 172 McDowell, Janice ...... 86, 87, 155 McFarland, David ...... ....... 1 73 McGinnis, Jim .... 105, 126, 155 McHone, Meredith . .. 86, 87, 176 Mcllwain, Marguerite ..... 1 ...... 175 Mclnnis, Mark ...... 26, 86, 87, 155 Mclnerney, Jim ............... 175 McIntosh, Mary Ann .......... 155 McIntosh, Tom ...... 156 McKenna, Gayle .... .... 9 1, McKenna, Vickie . . . . . . . McKern, Mike ..... ........ McKern, Susan . .... ........ . McKie, Bob ...... McKinley, Tim ..... as, 12s,1s0, McLean, Merry .... McMahon, Cathy .. "IIIf'01, McMillen, Ron ...... McNally, Miss Mary . . McVicker, Amy ...... .... Messer, Richard . . . . . . . Meyer, Duane ..... . . . Mickelson, Kristi Mickelson, Sheri Middle, Joanne .... Millard, Patricia . . . . . 86, Miller, Anne .... . . . 87, Miller, Dave . ........... . Miller, Diane . . ............ . . Miller, Janet .................. Miller, Janice ...... 38, 91, 104, Miller, Margaret .......... . . . . Miller, Mary ..... s7,91, Miller, Maurice .... .......... Mills, Esther .......... 86, 87, MIXED CHORUS Moberg, Mr. Dean .......... 96, 64 Molyneux, Ken ................ 138 139 Montegna, .Jim . 83, 120, 7 1 Montgomery, George Moore, Cindy ................ Moore, Don Moore, Joan .. Moore, Roger Moorman, James Moorman, Roberta 'I..Iff'06,'0i, Moppin, Carl ..... ........ Moreland, Arnie Morgan, Archie Morgan, J ack ..... . . . 93, Morris, Mary Ann Morris, Mike ...... 1 ..... 86, 87, Mortvedt, Mrs. M arjory ....... . Mosier, Nancy ...... 86, 93, 97, Mosse, Marc ............ 86, 87, Mulhall, Ann Mulhall, Mary . ' E6 ' 115' 'iii ' 151' 1 9 1 D Mullin, Dee .................. Mullin, Don ..... Mullin, Roger Myers, Claudia .. Myers, Monja .... 175, Myers, Rodney .... . . Nairn, Janet ....... 93, 99, Neal, Gerald .... Neal, William .... ....... Nelson, Greg Nelson, Judy .. Nelson, Paul .. Ness, Pam .... Netcott, Sherri .. Nichols, Gail .... '05, Nicolle, Carolyn .... ..... 8 7, Nickel, Craig Nickey, Linda .............. 87, Nilsson, Beverly ........ 86, 87, N ims, Nancy .... .......-.- Nims, Nyle ..... ........ Norlin, Mark ....... .. Oates, Tom ........ .... 1 26, OFFICE STAFF Olson, Deanna .. su. ....... .... .... STUDENTS WHO MISSED HOMEROOM PICTURES WERE, front: G. Yoder, B. Cook, --, P. Carpenter, D. Craig. Back: lg C. Eldridge, -1, S. Wells, G. Kline, R. Genovese. Blanks were filled by D. Mullin, B. Grooms, and L. Hall, all of whom failed to remember being in homeroom pictures already. Olson, Kim ....... Olson, Linda Olson, Ron .... Sandra .... Olson, Olson, Steve ..... Opheim, Rachel ORCHESTRA .... Orngard-, Gary ..... 87, 173 178 157 175 . . . 173 181 . . . ,. 96 174 Orning, Stephen .............. Osam, Martin .... Oslund, Carolyn . Ostrem, Jayne ..... 171 157 86, 87, 93, 179 36, 37, 93, 97, 179 Overland, Linda . 26, 40, 41, 157, Overturf, Mr. James Owings, Gerald .... 67, .. 123, 164 68 Owings, Denny ............ 93, 180 157 176 Oxley, Nancy ......... ..... P Pace, Kathy ................... Page, Mr. Kenneth 55, 185, 174 159 Page, Kirk .......... 74, 130, 157 181 180 32 Palmer, Robert ........ ' ....... Panagides, Mrs. Joyce .. 55, 58, PARENTS' NIGHT ............ Parker, Karen ........ 104, 170, 171 Parks, Peggy .................. 178 Partin, Louise ............ 115, 157 Pascale, Mary .. 93, 97, 99, 139, 173 Pasley, Richard . 34, 123, 138, 139, 158 Patterson, Annie .... ......... 1 58 Patterson, Bob . . . . . . 223 Paulson, Anita . 158 Paulson, Dave . . . . . . 170 Pedersen, Mark .... 158 Peglar, Deirdre .. . ......... .. 97 Penkus, Mark ......... 120, 180 Penny, Bob ........ 123, 126, 173 Penny, Marilyn 86, 87, 177 PEOPLE ....... ..... 1 36-181 PEP CLUB .... . . . 116-117 Pepper, Bill .... . 126 Pepper, Jan .... . ........... 179 Pepper, Sandra ................ 158 Pepper, Steve ...... 83, 86, 87, 175 Perkovich, Frank ............ 181 Perkovich, George ............ 158 Perry, Mr. Frank ...... 54, 55, 172 Peters, Robert . 86, 87, 88, 89, 142, 158 Peterson, Chris . .. 173 Peterson, Delbert Peterson, Jane ...... 80, 87, 115, Peterson, John .... Peterson, Kristin . . . . . ...... . . . Peterson, Mary . .. Peterson, Nancy . . . . .. 139, Peterson, Polly ........ 99, 115, Peterson, Stephanie Phillips, David ..... Phillips, Harry ...... ........87, 93, 123, Phillips, Linda ............ 86, PHYSICAL EDUCATION ..... 70, 71 Piersol, Jim . 86, 87, 89, 91, 93, 99, 158 Pietz, Sandra Ping, Marilyn .. Piper, Lynn .... Pirtle, Vic ...... Poeckes, Mary . . Poeckes, Michael Pohl, Dick ..... Pohl, Kathy ........ Polhemus, Monica Politis, Deborah ..... ...... Porter, Jane ..... Porter, Pat ...... Posegate, Steven . Potts, Tom ...... Pounds, Mike .. Pounds, Toni Powell, John . . . Preston, Tim ....... Proffit, Mr. Jerry Proffitt, Ann ....... Pyle, Nancy ...... O Quam, Jim ........ Quinn, Annette ..... R Rader, Mike Ramsey, Homer . . . Randall, Don ...... Randles, Howard Rassmussen, Mike 33, 138,139, 26, III"37', ' '124,' '125f .. 39, 93, . ....... bi, 37, 115, ao, 104, .. 130, 133, 1' '123,' '139, ... 57, 82, 251 ' 371' 931 .. 93, 93 sq 37, f1i"125,' 124, Rassniussen, Tom . . . . . . . 123, Read, Terry ....... Reid, Janet .... 130, Reilly, Lorraine . . . Reilly, Sarah ..... Reinhold, Hope .... Reinhart, Carol Reinhart, Julie . . . Reinsch, Connie ffI1'h'7l Renfeldt, Jennifer ...... 86, 87, Reno, Mrs. Mary ............ 56, 93, Richards, Tom .... Ripp, Mr. William 121, 139, Risdal, Steven ........ 74, 123, Ritland, Mr. Everett Ritland, Mark .... Roberson, Kathleen Robertson, Charles Robinson, Jane .... Rod, Doug ......... Rodenborn, Mary Roelofsen, Nancy Rogness, Chuck Rolf, Randi ..... Rose, Dixie .... 51, 1231 130, 142, '.'. '123, ... 37, . . 126, . . .' 'sid' 37, Ross, Kris ......... ...... .... Ross, Ronald .......... 74, 123, Rostenback, Carolyn ........... Rothacker, Ron ............... Rothacker, Victor .... 120, 138, Rouleau, Mary Jo Routh, Sandra .... . . ........ . . Rozeboom, Ken . . 86, 87, 93, 139, Ruhendall, Dan .................. Ruedenberg, Lucia . . Ruhe, Deborah .......... 86, 87, Rullestad, Suzanne ......... 171, Rundle, Jim .............. 97, Russell, Barry . ......... 93, 138, Russell, Bernie 34, 74, 93, 97, Rutter, Ken Rutter, Linda . Ryding, J im ....... 141, Sabourin, Mrs. Jan .... .... 5 7, Sandberg, Carla Sanders, Mike Sandve, William .... .... 8 0, 87, Sandvick, Arnie ................ Sargent, Philip ........ 33, 93, Saturen, B. Bendet ............. Saul, Jay .......... ........ 138 160 160 160 177 160 170 175 180 178 181 173 160 179 160 180 160 178 179 223 181 180 173 176 177 123 160 172 171 174 174 160 179 178 161 180 176 57 170 58 160 1 180 161 170 173 112 162 170 18.0 221 Squire, David ................ 164 Svandrett, Dave . SCllLll'fK'I', Martha 118, 119, 121, 123, 162 Sehaller, Marie ..... Sehlehecker, Ann . . . .. Schmidt, Barhara . . . . . . . Schmidt, Mike ....... . . . Schminkey, Jane . . . Schoenenberger, Bill ..... SCllOCnCl'llJCl'f'CI' ,lane 126, 175 181 178 178 123, 162 181 175 . 87, 179 SCHooL Iiofino ..... , so SCIENCE DEPARTMENT .. 62-63 SCIENCE SEMINAR ........ 108-109 173 Scott, Cathy ..... Sines, Greg Singer, Andy .. Sealmc, Erie . ............. 126, 172 Sealoek, Marilyn ...... 93, 139, 178 Seastrand, Ron ....... 25, 126 Scastrand, Ruth .............. 180 Seidel, .Iudy .... f. 89, 93, 97, 162 SI-iser, Anne .......... 86, 87, 175 Self, Linda .......... 86, 87, 171 SENIOR SECTION ......... 142-169 SENIOR SENATE ............ 142 Serovy, Bill ............... 181 Sevde, Mike ...... .... 8 0, 83, 162 Sexton, Bill .... ..... . . 162 Sexton, Ronnie ............ 223 Shadle, Cyndie ........ 86, 87, 180 Shadle, Doug . 93, 97, 122, 123, 175 Shadle, Peggy ...... 91, 93, 139, 174 Sharlin, Allan .............. 93, 170 Sharp, Pamela . ........... 180 Shaw, Mac 93, 139, 162, Shaw, Tom ..... ......... 1 77 Shearer, Jodie . . ........ 162 Sheehan, Carol ..... 97, 163 Sheeler, Dan .......... . 163 Shecler, John ........ 118, 123, 163 Sheeler, Penny ..Z ....... 86, 87, 163 Sherman, Leslie . . . .... . 97, 173 Shockley, Mike A. . . . . 123, 163 Shuman, Fred .... . 172 Shuman, Suzanne . ...... 180 Sielert, Mary ..... .... 8 6, 163 Siemers, Mark .. ..... 178 Sills, Don ,.... ..... 1 81 Sills, Kenny .... .... 9 3, 175 Sills, Linda ' ....... ....... 1 76 Simmering, Tom .... .. . 139, 172 Simpson, Lynna .... 83, 175 163 178 175 173 163 181 173 Singer, Bob . . . ...... 138, Singer, Lynn .... l . . . 86, 87, Sinnen, Jim ....... ......... Sivesind, Elizaheth . . . . . . 97, Skaff, David .............. 93, Skarda, Mr. Richard . ....... 70, 171 Skarshaug, Donna . 91, 105, 138, 163 Skei, Russ .................... 172 Skold, 'Larry ........... 86, 87, 180 Skrclla, Kay ...... 86, 87, 93, 97, 178 Skrdla, Roh . . 86, 87, 93, 97, 126, 163 Small, Dean .............. 142, 163 Smalling, Bob .......... 138, 139, 163 Smalling, Mr. Ray . ........... 70 Smith, Becky ....... .... 1 75, 93 Smith, Dan ...... .... 1 38, 175 Smith, Gloria . ........... 170 Smith, Gordon .... .... 9 3, 97, 177 Smith, Greg ..... ..... 8 7, 138, 173 Smith, John .... ......... 1 63 Smith, Linda . . . . . . 86, 171 Smith, Mark ...... . 178 Smith, Mike ........ . 163 Smith, Sandra . ....... 86, 174- Smith, Scott, ..... .... 8 7, 139, 181 Smith, Steve .................. 170 Sobotka, Linda ....... 86, 87, 163 SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT . . . . ....... 54-55 Sommerfeld, Bob .... 222 163 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM ...................... 130 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM ........... .......... 1 20 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOMS ... 176-181 Sorenson, Connie Sorenson, Robert So' William 163 126, 164 . . . . 170 y, .............. Spatcher, Mr. Cecil . 28, 62, 119, 130, 175 Spatr-her, Sandy . 86, 87, 93, 138, 175 Speer, Chris .... Speer, David .... Spicer, Jerry Spinks, .lames SPIRIT .......... SPIRIT DANCE SPIRIT STAFF 171, 179 172 164 164 ..' ' .1-224 40-41 104-105 Spratt, Mr. Roger .... 60, 62, 74, 181 Sprouse, ,Ioan ................ 173 Stafford, Marcia ........ 93, 97, 179 Stafford, Miss Marilyn ...... 60, 77 Stahlheim, .lulie .......... 93, 164 Staniforth, Margy . 26, 40, 115, 164 Stattclman, Sandra .... .,...... 1 75 Steil, Bill .............. 123, 173 Stevens, Elizabeth 86, 87, 138, 178 Stevens, Mike ............ 135, 173 Stewart, Carolyn .......... 86, 87, 171 Stewart, John . . . ..... I . . . 164 Stewart, Marilyn . 86, 87, 175 Stewart, Martin ........... ,.. 180 "WHATS THE DIFFERENCE, RON? A lot of guys look good in a T-shirt, especially with a tie!" Stober, Martha ..... ......... 1 76 Stoltenberg, Bruce 87, 178 Stone, Mr. Edwin .......... 69, 74 Stoneberg, Dennis .. 93, 177 Straehle, Elaine . . . 164- Strand, John ..... 93, 174- Striekland, Mike 164 Strother, Wenda ...... ...... 1 70 Stucky, Roger .............. 123, 173 STUDENT COUNCIL .... 138-140 Sturtevant, Mr. Floyd .... .... 6 2 Stutzman, Debra ..... . 86, 87, 181 Stutzman, Lonnie .......... 141, 170 Sucher, Jim ............ 93 97, 170 Sulentic, Mary Ann 175 Sullivan, Gail . ..... . 175 Svec, Kathrine .... ...,... 1 72 Svec, Pete ..... 93, 165 Swan, Saundra . . 87, 172 Swan, Patricia .. 86, 180 Swanson, Beth .... ...... 8 6 87, 175 Swanson, Duane . ......... 93, 165 Swanson, Kay .... 86, 88, 93, 165 Swenson, Myron ........ 93, 97, 280 Swenson, Ronald .............. 178 Sylvester, Helen .... 173 Synhorst, .lanic ..... .. 172 Talbott, Alyce .... . ....... 171 Tauber, .Iack .... 86, 87, 179 Tauher, Toni .......... 26, 142, 165 ra Taylor, Janet .... . . . Taylor, Kay .... . . . Taylor Taylorz Paul S. .. Paul J. 165 178 223 313 175 180 165 173 178 177 175 171 165 176 Terrie, Cathy ..... .. Tesdall, Debbie ....... ....... Tevebaugh, Carolyn ...... 86, Thiel, Greg ................... Thiel, Jerilyn ..... 86, 87, Thiel, Linda .... ........ Thomas, Bob .........,.... 83, Thomas, Marshall . ..... 124, 170, Thompson, Beth Ellen ,..... 87, Thompson, David ............ Thompson, Mrs. Evelyn . 56, 77, 170 Thompson, Judy ..1 ......... .. 180 Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thorson, J lm ................. Tonne, Patricia .... 38, 86, 93, Toresdahl, Cathy ............. 93, Towns, Tonja .................. Trembly, Peggi ............... Trexel, Sue .... .... 9 3, 97, Trow, Sandi .. .. 86, 87, Trow, Sue Truhe, Rose Ann ............. 87, Trump, Bruce .... 93, 97, 105, Trump, Mr. Richard ............ Tweed, Danny .................. Tyrrel, Gregory ............... Tysseling, Bill ..... 86, 87, 93, 97, Mary . 86, 87, 115, 171, 172 Neil . 97, 104, 124, Sherry ...... 173 165 165 165 180 165 180 165 165 173 165 181 62 LI 223 223 165 Uhl, Danny . ....... 86, 87, 104, 171 Ukena, Dick . 33, 34, 86, 87, 93, 138, 165 Ulmer, Margaret . 84, 86, 89, 99, 166 Underhill, Sue ........... 4 104, 175 Uthe, Anita ................. 166 Valline, John ....... ......... 1 74- Vance, Bruce ................ 166 Vance, Sam .......... 123, 138, 170 Vandecar, Mrs. Dorothy ...... 58 179 Van Houweling, Bruce .... 86, 87, Van Hovel, Kathy ...... 86, 87, Van Patter, Charles .......... Van Scoy, Jerry .... 93, 139, 93, 179 178 179 166 Anderson, John Barnhart, Dean Bruner, Charles Carpenter, Mike Charles, Linda Dozier, Steve Ellet, Tom THE AMES DAILY TRIBUNE: pictures on pages 123, 126, 130, 137. THE AMES HIGH WEB Mr. Richard Trump Bill Serovy Paul Bowen Vaughn, Bonnie ..... ..... Vegors, Mrs. Aurilla .. .. 56, Vcline, Nancy ....... . . . 93 Villwock, Jay .... . . . . . 80, Villwock, Van . . . ........ . . . . Viltetoe, Janiece .............. Voelker, Vicki .......... 86, 93 von Bergen, Bill . 24, 34, 123,' Von Wittich, Miss Barbara . 58 Voss, Rick .................... Voss, Sue ........ . ..... .. W Wacker, Cynthia ........ 87, 93, Wagner, Jeanne .. Wagner, .loAnn . ..... . Wagner, Ron . . . . . . . . . Walker, Bill .... ........... . Walker, Mary ................ Wall, John .......... 120, 126, Wallach, Diana . . .......... . . Wallin, Jay . . . ..... 135, Walsh, Dan ...... . ..... . Walters, Marvin .............. Ward, Mrs. Barbara .... 46, 57, Ward, Beth . 25, 26, 30, 31, 40, 115, Ward, Brian .................. Wardle, Terry .... .... 9 7, 105, Warg, Dana .................. ,, Warner, Carol ...... 93, 117, 147, Watkins, Karla ................ Watson, Barbara .......... 86, Watson, Ronald .. 123, 138, 139, Watts, Larry .................. Webb, Carl .......... Webb, Mary .... . . Webb, Rachel . . . . . Wedman, Ed . . . . . Weiser, Mike . . . .. . Weiss, John .... . . . Wells, Scott ...,. .... Wesack, Marlene . . . . 87, West, Janet .... . . . . . . Westvold, Warren . . . . . . . . . Wetzel, Bryan . . . . ...... . . . Whaley, Carl . . . ....... . . . . Wharton, Ann . ....... 77, 91, Whattoff, Bob ................ Wheelock, Marilyn .. ....... . Wheeler, J on ........ .... 1 26, White, Mary Jo ...... ...... Whiting, Christine ............ Whitney, Mrs. Charlotte ....... Wickersham, Sue .... 86, 87, STUDENTS NOT PICTURED Ellis, Mike Epstein, Jacqueline Ewoldt, Janet Jackson, Sue Meyer, Duane Nims, Nyle Patterson, Bob PHOTO CREDITS Collegetown Studio Homecoming Queen picture. 3 J 93, 173 173 166 166 166 180 170 166 179 166 176 181 172 178 166 167 177 180 181 166 181 173 104 41, 167, 175 173 221 167 171 167 178 167 167 167 181 179 175 167 221 174 167 170 177 173 167 167 168 168 173 170 51 175 Wierson, Sheila Wiesner, Christine Wilcox, Dave . 25, Wilcox, Margie .. Williams, Loren Williams, Mi-ke Williams, Sally . . . Williams, Steve . Williams, Susan Willis, Mrs. Lani Willrich, Kathy .... Wilson, Ed ..... Wilson, Rick .... Wilson, Robert .. Winkler, Pam .. Wirtz, Judy ..... Woldruff, Marcia Wolf, Kathy .... Wood, Barbara . Wood, Cathy .... Wood, Phil ...... Wood, Mr. Walter Woodrow, Alan .. Woodxvard, Mike Woodworth, Kcvin Woolley, Jane . . . Workman, Ed . . WRESTLING . . . Wright, Bob .... Wynne, Patty 172 173 is' he 'aif '66, 115, 171, III' 'sie' 511 139, 58, . . , . .. .. . 97 123, 138, 97, 175 180 171 175 176 181 . . . . . . . 178 178 177 174 181 . . . . . . . . 168 . . . . . . . 170 . . .. 87, 168 .. . 87, 180 . . . . . 173 180 93,91 168 141 60, .. 93, 139, 175 172 86, 87, 88, 89, 93, 142, 168 178 126, 138, 173 Yang, Nancy ......... Yoder, Gary ..... York, Bently, . V. . . . Young, Bob . ........ Young, Cheryl . . ...... 126-127 93, 172 168 . . . 97, 138, 120, 173 221 178 179 168 168 'sid' 21211 '65, Young, Pam . 4:0, Younie, Dave. .............. 138, 171 175 Younie, Kathy ..... Zack, Debbie ....... Zaffarano, Dario .. Zaffarano, -Erica . Zearly, Jeff ...... ....86,87, 174 83, 170 93, 179 173 .' ' 216' ' 'xii Zimmerman, Barbara , , 179 Zmolek, Gary .. 86, 87, 180, 139, 83 Zmolek, Steven . . . 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