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Page 31 text:
SUCCESSFUL STATE REPRESENTATIVE candidate and world history
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THE RESULTS of un elm-ction am- always greeted with ustonishmvnt . . . "lImm-mlnitig QJIIFVII Sonja
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Page 30 text:
Elections bring excitement to AHS
as students and teachers take part
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.
Page 32 text:
Homecoming sees parade, skit, and Spirit .lug
THE TRADITIONAL FEUD between AHS and Boone came alive
in'tl1e Homecoming skit as thc McC0ys met the Hatfields in
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" . .
- 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.
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