Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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 For his inspired teaching, warmhearted sup- port and selfless courage, we dedicate the 1968 Spirit to Mr. H. Hubert Albertson. 1927-1967. This is life at Ames High School in 1968 Ames High Spirit Ames Senior High, Ames, Iowa Moments we want to remember - and those we'd like to forget . . .g 161-194 Senior Activities 195-200 Index 201-206 Activities 14-93 People 94-160Learning: actively, passively, occasionally, eventually «rr6Discovering life: intentionally, accidentally, enjoyably Working together in a common cause 8It 9 i 13A whole of many parts; 'each a part of many things AHS paints town orange, black for Homecoming 3 e = tM During the week of October 15-21, evidence of Homecoming at AHS was painted in orange and black on down- town and Ames High windows. In the halls of the high school were crepe paper-framed docks, door decorations and victory signs. Pep Club girls decorated everything in sight, heaping players' lockers high with lollipops, balloons, toys and streamers. 1 SIDELINED BY AN INJURY. Bob Hamil- ton follows game action, bearing an un- canny resemblance to Napoleon at Water- loo. 2 IT TAKES TEAM WORK to decorato the team's lockers, besides a barrel of candy from the dime store. 3 "I THINK I CAN," chant the girl gridders as they chug along to Victory. 16'T 5 1 CANDIDATES FOR 1967 Homecom- ing Queen were: front: Julio Cool. Charlene Hutchroft, Vee Hazcn, Nancy Sullivan, Barb Heady: bad: Nancy Schloerke. Marlene Daley. Noncy Judge. Jean Fleig. Susan Ellis, Karon Stine. 2 HURLING A LINCOLN PLAYER aside, Dave Bliss pursues the play. 4 THREE-TIME WINNER—Homeroom 319 once agoin comes through with the winning door decoration and spirit jug. 5 TEEL HOE. TANK! Cheerleaders on roaring motorcycles and painted cars headed the procession to city hall. 1 3 PRIME MOVER of the football team was the Munn Lumber truck. 17Homecoming began Thursday with a pep assembly, whipping students into a wild surge of emotion climaxed by the announcement of the queen and her attendants. That evening cars and students gathered at the high school for a four-block-long caravan downtown. In the caravan were motorcycles for the cheersquad, a fire engine for the pep band, decorated cars and trucks for the football team and Pep Club. A traditional snake dance followed the short pep assembly held on the city hall steps. Friday the Little Cyclones defeated Lincoln of Des Moines in a real cliffhanger, 28-27. After the game, the Noteables played at the Homecom- ing dance. Ode to Autumn. I 2 4 5 1 ROOM FOR ONE MORE? Not this time, as Pep Club girls board caravan truck. 2 CHIEF JOHNSON'S CREW hustles to head the Railsplitters off at the pass. 3 A MYRIAD of gay balloons float over head as the team runs onto the field. 4 "HOW 'BOUT THAT? It's 10 yards too long," oxclaims Claudia DuBois. 18 WONT IT FIT? ... Too bad. Dick, maybe Spirit Sweethoart.Skit, caravan highlight Homecoming 1 AFTER INTERCEPTING A PASS, this Railsplitter is quickly brought down by Hcaly and Agard. 2 GRAVE YARD DIGGERS Deb- bio Self, Carol Powors and Nancy Carlson help decorato tombstones on a downtown Ames window. 3 QUEEN JULIE COOK gives her host wishes to tho team and coaches. ■i JERSEYED FOOTBALL BOYS help stir enthusiasm of tho stu- dont body for tho long awaited game. 5 STUMBLING ONTO THE SCENE. Clarenco tho Water boy (Linda Ricketts) anticipates the Cyclone victory. 6 A BASIC THEOREM of musical mathematics: Drums aro in- versely proportional to their playors. fa 19(2ueen ,Jufte Goo A 1st Attendant 7(are ? Stine 2nd Attendant ,7ear? J eicj 201 GUEST SPEAKERS such os Dr. James Schwartz mode Career Night interesting. 2 SPEAKING ON ATHLETICS for Career Night is Los Anderson. 3 THE SENATOR SWISHES tho tying shot. Career Night, Parents' Night and numerous other events provided entertaining and in- formative programs for par- ents and students alike. Stu- dents explored their prospec- tive vocations at Career Night, while parents visited with the teachers during Parents' Night. Activities such as the Student- Faculty Game also highlighted the year. Career night stimulates vocational planning; Student-faculty basketball game luckily ends in tie Edelweiss is theme of senior girls’ winter formal 1 "EDELWEISS" PARTYGOERS joclalizo during a breal be- tween numbers. 2 “THIS PUNCH IS SOMETHING ELSE!" exclaims Cindy Ustrud to date Pete Valentin. 3 LIGHT MY FIRE Is the attraction as Nadine NIms burns her program. Months of planning and dedication resulted in this year's Christmas Formal. The responsibility of producing this glam- orous social event fell upon the shoulders of the senior girls who transformed the Sun Room of the Memorial Union into a winter paradise revolving around the theme Edelweiss." Glittering Christmas trees, soft lights and soothing dance music provided by Maury Powers created a mood of quiet elegance. 22 1 "I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!” exclaims Joan as she is crowned queen. From left: Karen Stine, Barb Heady. Jean Fleig. Marlene Daley. Greg Harrison. 2 THE LOSERS admire the crown of King Dave Bliss. From left: Terry Tuttle, Stove Lovely, Diet Vohs, Dave Bliss. 3 UNIQUE FACIAL EXPRESSIONS, such as that of Dan Craig, were common at ''Edelweiss." 4 COUPLES LISTEN intently as the king and queen can didates are announced. 5 CROWNED KING AND QUEEN are Dave Bliss and Jean Fleig. 1 VAssemblies give variety to Ames High student life Assemblies offered a welcome re- lief from the routine of school class- es. In addition to the thrill of pep assemblies, the programs were varied to provide entertainment and information for all Ames High stu- dents. Included in the assembly pro- grams this year were a concert by the St. Olaf College Band, the stu- dent body election assembly, a gym- nastics demonstration, two talent assemblies, and an inspirational speech by Dr. Ray Pugh, in a re- vival of the traditional Brotherhood Week. In addition, the students who lived abroad in the Youth for Un- derstanding program told of their experiences. 1 FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAIN Davo Bliss speaks for team before the Boono game. 2 BROTHERHOOD WEEK was highlight. ed by an inspirational speech by Dr. Ray Pugh. 3 PEP CLUB SKITS gave encouragement to the Littie Cyclone gridders. 24 4 1 ECHOES OF CAMPAIGN speechos were all that were- loft after the election as- sembly. 2 THE BALANCE BEAM and Jan Steel pro- vided one part of a gymnastics presenta- tion. 3 FINE MUSIC was provided by the St. Olaf Band. 4 SUMMER TRAVELS ABROAD wore re- counted by those YFU studonts. 25 Haugen, Maurer elected to 2nd semester offices In a pre-Christmas election, three pairs of candidates entered the race for student body president and vice-president. The nomination speeches over the sound system revealed that Wade Hauser and Tom Thompson. Chris Haugen and Chuck Maurer and Peg Israel and Jim Neal were the candidates. After the nomin- tion speeches formally opened the week of campaigning, the halls of AHS gained new in- terest with psychedelic, flower and story-telling signs. Students received buttons and copies of platforms. Although the campaigning was centered in the school itself, candidates held sessions in homes, designing posters, constructing plat- forms and lining up supporters. The night before the election assembly saw candidates writing last-minute speeches and planning skits. The climax of the election came when the candidates confronted the entire student body at the election assembly. From the voting that followed, Chris Haugen and Chuck Maurer were elected student body president and vice-presi- dent. 1 CHRIS HAUGEN 2 CHUCK MAURER 5 THE ARTISTIC ABILITY of candi- datos and their supporters was em- ployed in creating and striking post- ers. 3 WADE HAUSER 4 TOM THOMPSON 6 THE SHORTEST and only girl can- didate, Peg Israel, had a definite dis- advantage when it came to putting up posters. 26I ON THE MORNING of the election assembly and voting, students were greeted by huge portraits of Chris and Chuck outside the main school entrance. 5 PEG ISRAEL 6 JIM NEAL 2 CAMPAIGNING was especially tir- ing for vice-presidential candidate Chuck Maurer. 3 ANXIETY OVER THE OUTCOME of the election was seen in tho crowds around the ballot bo». 4 A VISIT FROM SANTA at the elec- tion assembly enabled Tom Thomp- son to express his Christmas wishes. 4 27 iColored spots decorating the walls and a "Spot Pot" for making wishes converted the cafeteria into the "Spirit Spot ' for the Spirit dance on February 17. At the party given by the Spirit staff, Chuck Maurer served as master of ceremonies and crowned Karen Stine Spirit Sweetheart for 1968. Her attendants were Barb Heady and Char- lene Hutchcroft. Students choose Karen Stine as Spirit Sweetheart for 1968 3 I THE REFRESHMENT TABLE at the Spirit dance was not over. 2 AT THE "SPIRIT SPOT" couples danced to the music of tho looked by Nancy Houge and Bob Hamilton. Elm Strcot Grocery. 3 SPIRIT SWEETHEART CANDIDATES, front: Barb Heady. Nancy Schloerke. Veo Haien. Charlene Hutchcroft, Nancy Sullivan, Karen Schulze: back: Karen Stine. Marlene Daley, Susan Ellis. Connie Adams, Nancy Judge, Susan Bunco, Wanda Busch. 28eSpin r iveet ieari A areri (St ne Attendants J)ar() A eady. ( dia Aene 77utcficroft j 29 Spanish Club revises charter; bake sales held by German Club Writing a constitution was a chief proj- ect of the Spanish Club. In addition, the club started a fund for YFU students ven- turing to Spanish speaking countries. The German Club sponsored several bake sales to raise money for club activities. The members also sang German carols at Christ- mas time. 1 SUCCESS! Pinata comes down at Spanish Club Christmas party. 2 SPANISH CLUB members preparo dolls for a nativity scene at Christmas time. 3 SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: Jeff Fredericks (president). Mar Warner (vice-president), and Pat Gammon (secretary). I 302 1 FOREIGN EXCHANGE student Elf! Dohrmann givos a moving speech describing Berlin and Germany, her homeland. 2 GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS: Ann Serovy, Reid Crawford. Mite Hibbs. 3 ACCOMPANISTS to tho German Club Carol- ers: Holly E»ner, Gary BurVhalter, Mary Ann Messmor, Pam Swenson. 1 I V 31 Fete highlights year; Latin Club revised The Latin Club was revised this year to include regular "Roman-style" meetings. The French Club sponsored an elaborate Mardi Gras, complete with costumes and confetti. 1 WHEN IN LATIN CLASS, do as the Latins do. don a toga. 2 "NOT SO TIGHT!" exclaims Kristi Knocr to Judy Kesska as she tightens Kristi’s belt. 3 THE MARDI GRAS of the French Club was the social event of the year. Barb Heady and Evelyn McGee model their Mardi Gras costumes. FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: Sara Peterson. Charlene Hutchcroft. Peg Israel. 32This year's sixty-piece sophomore band joined with the concert band during the marching sea- son and for the Tri-City Festival. Officers were Mike Anderson, president. Debbie Engel, vice presi- dent. Randy Johnson, sec- retary-treasurer and Kevin Madden, librarian. 1 SOPHOMORES PRESENT their wintor concert at Central Auditorium. 2 TUESDAYS AND THURS- DAYS Mr. Day is found directing the sophomore band. 3 HOURS OF HARD PRAC- TICE preface the Tri-City Festival. 4 SOPHOMORE BAND PRESIDENT Mile Anderson displays his tympanic tal- ont. A 33Band travels to Ft. Dodge for Tri-City Festival Performing the pregame ceremonies and halftime entertainment at football games this year was the 157-member marching band, the largest in Ames High history. This year's fall trip was to West Waterloo. Following the marching season an 87- piece concert band was selected. Besides presenting the usual concerts, the band combined with bands from Fort Dodge and Webster City for the Tri-City Festival at Fort Dodge. I 1 ALL-STATE band and orchestra members from thd AHS band were Whit Ayres (band). Dave Stone (orchestra), and Ann Pohl (band). 2 CONCERT BAND officers are: Lee Collins, librarian; Linda Ricketts, president; Rick Engel, vice presi- dent; Susan Bunce. secretary-treasurer. and Jim Lus- caleet, manager. 3 PEP BAND raided spirit at home basketball games and pep assemblies. 341 PERFORMING WITH THE STAGE BAND aro Jerry Bartruff. Diane Ullestad, Gloria Richards and Joel Wilcox. 2 LONG HOURS. HARD WORK, talent and determination produce the best in musical performances. 3 A BIG JOB rcquiros lots of concentration, Jan Svec discovers. 4 MAJORETTES, front: Gay Renee Niemann, featuro twirler; second: Candy Wilson, Cheryl Spohnheimor, Marge Stohlmey- er; third: Debbie PaDpas, Betty Johnson. Diana Backous. Kayo Klein: back: Janet Haque. Brenda Schuette. Debbio Baldner, Claudia DuBois, Ellen Fodorborg. 5 PRIME MOVER of ho band is the slippery slide section. 35II CONCERT BAND, front: Linda Huisman. Janet Patterson, Annie Scholten, Bonnie Voelker. Becky Willrich, Pam Swenson, Patti Fisher, Debbie Engel, Cheryl Spohnheimer, Julie Porter; second: Ann Pohl. Mary Jo Patterson. Paula Maile, Jacquie Larsen, Paula Burns. Carol Huffer, Judy Forquson, Marti Lovely. Karine Fritsch. Mary Johnson. Jenni McElherne. Joan Iverson, Joel Wilcox. Loraine Heddles on, Amy Zinober; third: Neil Danielson. Mary Heggen, Linda Love, Todd Michael. Deby Baler. Marian Stoneberg, Ginger Brown, Pat Moldonhauer, Bov Malone, Dave Scott, Brenda Blcwett, Charles Ellis. Dave Swenson, Dick McDonald; back: Anna Megregian, Candy Lechner, Whit Ayres, Mike Anderson. 157-piece marching band, largest in history,CONCERT BAND, front: Ric Van Doren. Mai Wellhouse, John Waggoner. Becky Davis. Cathy Wagner, Terry Quinn, Ron Jordan, Ken Russell, lachy Smith. Jim Luscaleot. Riel Engel: second. Jack Michelsen. Tom Millor. David Powell. John Haas. Roger Nickel. Terry Lambert. Mary Lou Van Voorhis, Craig Boylan, Ron Fiscus. Marilyn Kline. Stew Buck. Kathy Scholten, Randy Johnson. Karl Schloer- ke; third: Dave Stone, Jim Walter, Glen Songer. Mark Powers Reid Crawford, Barry Dayton, Jeff Jutting, Duane Board, Terry Lewis. David Vandeventer, Susan Bunco. Lee Collins. Linda Ricketts: back: Mike Anderson. Jan Svec. Curt Seifert. Roger Stephenson. Mr. Day. journeys to perform at West Waterloo football game 1 THE 87-PIECE Concert Band practices daily under the direction of Mr. Day. 2 SOPHOMORES tako their bow after the long- awaited concert. 37Brass, woodwind and strings combined to become a talented orchestra at Ames High this year. Six players represented the school in the All-State Orchestra last fall. Mr. Stanley Closs, director, said he was pleased to be able to present music of much finer quality than in previous years. In addition to the 36-piece orchestra, a smaller chamber orchestra was newly formed this year. These eight musicians played for numerous meetings and conventions around central Iowa. I 3 Talent runs high at AHS; orchestra boasts 6 All-Staters 1 PROVIDING THE BACKGROUND for the vocal music Christ- mas concert are David Anderson and Peggy Denisen. 2 ORCHESTRA OFFICERS: Steve Hibbs. Mike Hibbs. Christie Ulmer. 3 WOOD AND STRINGS vibrate to Tom Mehler's delicate touch. 4 MONDAYS. THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS found Mr. Closs directing the Ames High orchestra. 5 ACUTE CONCENTRATION is important when Steve Hibbs plays the cello. 6 ALL-STATERS, front: Christie Ulmer. Karol Burkhaltor. Anna Meqregion; back: Stove Hibbs. Tom Metzler, Mike Hibbs. 38 ORCHESTRA, front: Tom Metzler. Korol Burkhaltor, Amy Kraft, Mara Peglor, Milo Hibbs, Marty Megregian, Gary Burkhaltor, Steve Hibbs: second: Evelyn McGee. Wado Wolshons, Nancy Bockhop, Susan Wilder, Jill Kemp- thorne, David Anderson. Annette Brown, Peggy Denison: third: Cheryl Spohnheimer, Patti Fishor, Joan Iverson. Loraine Hcedleston. Jocquie Larson. Paula Burns. Jenni McElherne, Rosie Matbseski, Janet Beneke. Dave Stahlheim, Anna Megregian: back: Whit Ayers, Mark Powers, Glenn Songor, Jim Walters, Dave Stone. Lachy Smith, Karl Scloerke, Duane Beard. Linda Ricketts. 6Under the direction of Mr. Al Wiser, the vocal music depart- ment presented a holiday music concert at Christmas time and a spring concert and together with the drama department, the musi- cal. L'il Abner. Performances be- fore local organizations were part of the activities of individual mu- sic groups. These included the Choir, Sophomore Mixed Chorus. Girls' and Boys’ Glee Clubs and the Madrigal. 1 CHOIR, front: Julio Cook, Chris Tempel. Linda Wick- ham, Jayne Eilts, Linda Hutchison, Sue Jellinger, Loraino Heddleston, Nick Judge, Mike Moreland. Peter McNabb. Lee Collins, Sandy Underhill. Pam Spicer. Hcide Exner. Mary Jo Patterson. Marcia Weed. Marsha Moses; second: Karol 8urkhalter. Vicki Erbe, Jane Engcldinger, Pam Kil- lam. Kristin Albertson, Mary Buck. Edie Augustine. Tom Metzlcr, Steve Pierce. Bob Overhulser. Jerry Bartruff. Gloria Zmolek. Dorothy Fernelius, Viola Howe. Susan Ingvoldstad, Rita MacBride. Becky Seiser. Marilyn Dow- ell; third: Betty Jo Burnet Betty Johnson. June Lokken, Pat Costner. Gloria Richards. Paula Burns, Marilyn Saul, Tony Bleeker. Chris Haugen. John Carpenter. Don Wisor, Whit Ayres. M. J. Scholtes. Mary Jo Alfred. Linda Rick- etts. Susan Bunco. Lynette Wacker, Mary Sue Riqq: back: Stanly Kay Topponberq, Diane Ullestod. Claudia Du 8ois, Diane Zimmermann. Pam Barr, Jean Fleig. Mary Lagomarcino. Jim Lytton. Dave McNurlen. Dave Bliss. David Stalheim. Jeff Fredericks. Jean French. Marilyn Kline. Donna Schoenmon. Jane Fouorby. Beth Buchele. 2 SOPHOMORE GIRLS’ GLEE, front: Julio Jay. Denise Mether.ey, Margie Shaw, Mary Greene. Jacquie Larsen, Dixie Hersen, Judy McMahon. Lark Muso. Sue Brown. Deanna Clark. Karine Fritsch: second: Barb Bush. An- nette Brown, Nancy Timmons. Pat Anderson. Lynn Banks. Anna Swenson. Sandra Orton. Carole Peterson. Nancy Coleman, Debbie Schumann; third: Barb Evans. Barbara Orning, Holly E»ner, Anne Koerber, Susan Provow. Nancy Haynes, Mari Lovely, Carla Allison. Becky Willrich. Mary Heggen, Joyce Christensen; back: Mr. Wiser, Joan Iverson, Carol Vaughn. Cynthia Larson, Sherilyn Kelso. Paula Powell. Margie Mott. Lynne Burdick. Carol Coupal. Roxanne Barnhouse. 3 MR. V ISER'S ENTHUSIASM for music is shown as he directs tho vocal music groups. Vocal music groups perform before Ames clubs 2 2 SOPHOMORE GIRLS’ GLEE front: Mary Littlehale. Mary Bensend, Lynn Cummings, Marlene Warren. Paula Hermann, Marcia Clark. Linda Davis. Linda Smith. Sherry Clemens, Lisa McBride, Ann Dorril- son; second: Janice Ingram, Kris Link. Karen Ring, Barb Heggen. Karole Hoskins. Chcrie Hurlbut. Sue Middle, Cindy Dietr, Kate Wheatley. Sheila Grewcll. Vicki Howell: third: Penny Ellis, Christy Bachman. Val Soukc, Susan Kaldor, Karon Bath, Laura Ly. man, Becky Seim. Mory Frederick, Charlotte Peters, Debbie Heldt: back: Pam Satre, Vickie Setterberg, Mimi Fields. Mary Lou Williams, Celeste Stevens, Tina Haggo, Lou Ann Brown, Mary Wall, Kris Knoer. Deniso Stritzel. Vicky Hagerty. 3 EIGHT STUDENTS, Loraine Heddleston, Gloria Richards. Randy Johnson. Robb Wallin, Bob Over- hulser, Sara Packer, Mary Jano Scholtes and Mark Powers, represented Ames High in tho All.state Chorus. 411 IN VIDEO TAPES made by Bill Riley, the choir ap- peared in two television programs at Christmas time. 2 AMONG THE ASPIRING SINGERS who tried out for parts in tho musical comedy. L'il Abner, wero seniors Diane Ullestad and Rick Stephens. 3 GIRLS' GLEE, front: Wendy Tompkin, Cindy John- son, Wanda Busch. Nancy Sullivan. Pat Moldon- hauer, Barb Heady. Sharon Dozier. Vicky Brekke, Carol Hutfer; second: Kathy Carey. Evelyn McGee. Kathi McKern. Marilyn Fox. Kaye Soesbe. Pam Spicer. Bov Buck. Rita Burns. Linda Wickham; third: Jean Moldenhauor. Pat Castnor. Barb Buck. Nancy Askelson, Linda Cross. Mary McDonald. Debbio Warren. Mary Baldus; back: Mr. Wiser. Karon Rose. Ruthann Benson. Pam Killam, Carolyn Bcem. Linda Jordan. Jeanne Jones. Marsha Gonser, Carol An- derson. 4 MIXED CHORUS, front: Lark Muse. Jacquie Larsen. Becky Seim. Jim Percival. Steve Oates, Randy Johnson. Jim Bartruff. Cindy Dietz. Char- lotto Petors. Cheryl Spohnheimor: second: Vicki Howell, Mary Littlehale. Pat Anderson, Janice Ingram. Wayne Woolley, Steve Pace. Joel Wil- cox. Andy McCullough, Mary Lou Williams, Mary Wall; third: Marcia Clark. Laura Lyman, Marti Lovely. Mary Heggen, Richard Roche, Paul Lybeck. Maury Miller. Wayne Harris. Becky Willrich, Debbie Schumann; back: Mr. Wiser, Celesto Stevons, Carol Coupal. Chris Dvergstcn. John Nordyko. Bruce Thomson, Stephen Terry. Tina Hagge. Holly Exner, Anne Koerber. 5 CHRISTMAS SONGS echoed in the halls of Ames High when tho choir went caroling. 42Prominent drama students participate in Palm Club For -those interested in dramatics, the well-es- tablished AHS Drama Department offered begin- ning and advanced classes, which met three times a week. Drama students, when not producing a play, studied makeup, lighting and other technical aspects of the theater, as well as methods of act- ing and directing. Through classroom participation and work on plays, outstanding second and third year students became members of Palm Club, the drama honorary. 1 MAKEUP TECHNIQUES applied by Andy McCullough were not entirely appreciated by Mace Bowen. 2 STAGECRAFT gave Don Wiser the opportunity to chow his talent for building sets. 3 PALM CLUB, front: Mr. Zitzlsporger Susan Ellis (president), Mary Jo Patterson (vice- president). Lynefte Wacker (secretary). Ann Dumonil (troosurer); back: Jeff Fredericks, Mary Jane Scholtos. Jano Engcldinger. Jeanne Baler, Donna Schoencman, Beth Buchclo. Karen Taylor. Marilyn Fox. Vee Hazen Gary Katz. 43Fall drama season opens with Remember Mama’ I Remember Mama Katrin . Mary Jo Patterson Mama Papa Dagmar Christine Mr. Hyde Nets Aunt Trina Aunt Sigrid Aunt Jenny . Mary Jane Scholtes Uncle Chris Jessie Mr. Thorkelson . . Dr. Johnson Arne 1st Nurse 2nd Nurse Soda Clerk Madeline Dorothy Schiller . Florence Dana Moorehead ... Bell-boy I THE ENTIRE HANSON FAMILY was enthralled with the 2 PRODUCTION CREWS COMBINED with tho actor to make emotional reading of tho mysterious Mr. Hydo. I Remember Mania a technical and dramatic achievement. 44 A delightful comedy about an im migrant family during the early l9C0’s opened the 1967-68 season of the AHS Drama Department. In the play. I Re- member Mama, by John Van Druten, the eldest daughter of the family, Ka- trin, reminisces about her unusual fam- ily and mother. I Remember Mama proved to be a difficult play for both actors and tech- nical crews. The setting of the play required old-fashioned costumes, furni- ture and props. Complicated lighting effects were used for "flashback" scenes and for scene changes. 1 A TENDER SCENE in which Mama's un- selfishness is revealed was enacted by Betty Jo Burnet. Mary Jo Patterson and Jeff Fredericks. 2 ACTORS LINE UP to receive the finish- ing fcuchos on their makeup from Mr. Zitzlspergor. 3 BACKSTAGE tho props crow was occu- pied with moving heavy furnituro, chang- ing sots and handling ovor 200 props. 45The mistaken identities of a young woman and her brother in William Shakespeare's Twelfth Night made the play a hilarious romantic comedy. Ri- diculous, but often thought-provoking characters and incidents were combined in a complicated, five-act plot. The AHS drama department pre- sented the Shakespearean play as the senior class play. Written in blank verse with no stage directions, Twelfth Night chaHenged the acting abilities of those who appeared in it. Shakespeare offers challenge to drama students I PERFORMING AS SHAKESPEAREAN MUSICIANS In the ploy and during intermission were Sue Haviland. Anne Pohl. Mary Jano Scholtes. Maura Peglar and Jan Eldridge, playing recorders, a lute and a mandolin. Twelfth Night Orsino Sebastian Antonio A Sea Captain .... Phil Riley Valentine Curio . . Greq Harrison Sir Toby Belch .... Sir Andrew Aguecheek Andy McCullough Malvolio Fabian Feste Mary Jo Patterson Priest First Officer Second Officer Don Christianson Olivia Viola Maria Duke's Court Doug Bates, Jim Bartruff Amy Seastrand. Tom Franklin 4 THE FOUR SCHEMERS. Sir Toby, Festc. Maria and Sir Andrew, assembled to devise a plan for ridiculing Mal- volio. 5 PRESENTING A SHAKESPEAREAN PLAY was an unfor- gettable experience for all who worked on Twelfth Night. 6 ENTHUSIASTIC GREG HARRISON enlivened tho char- acter of Curio, a nobleman in Count Orsino's court. 2 AFTER A DAY of presenting scenes from Twelfth Night for English classes. Mary Jo Patterson and Tina Hagge relaxed in the hall. 3 MALVOUO AROUSED EXCLAMATIONS of delioht from the audience when he appeared in his red-striped nightshirt.Debaters enter two state meets Resolved: That .Congress should establish uniform regulations to control criminal in- vestigation procedures. This topic was de- bated by the AHS teams at two district and state meets and at invitational meets at Valley of West Des Moines, Fort Dodge, Grinnell College and ISU. 3 1 PREPARING FOR THE ISU meet. Peter McNabb and Davo Stone go over im- portant notes. 2 PRACTICE CASES aro debated during class time on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 3 MAKING HER POINT. Holly E.ner com- petes at the ISU High School Speech Tournament. 4 DISCUSSING LAST-MINUTE POINTS be- foro the tournament begins are Peter McNabb. Dave Stone. Anne Koerber and Holly Exner. DISCOVERING th© wonderful world of but- terflies, Terry Lewis worts on his entomology project. SPEAKING TO SCIENCE SEMINAR is Pro- fessor James Whittington. Science Seminar studies man’s past and present 4 Discussions conducted by ISU professors end programs present- ed by the students made up the Science Seminar meetings. This year's topic was anthropology, the study of man, past and present. In addition to the work on an- thropology, each student conduct- ed an investigation of his own choice. At the final meetings, the students reported on their proj- ects. 3 PHOTOSYNTHESIS of algao was tho basis for Susie Seidel's long-term project. 4 RED ROCK DAM artifacts and history aro discussed by David Gradwohl, assistant professor of anthropology at ISU. 492 NO MISTAKES ALLOWED, so Nancy Hougo scrutinies her story carefully. 3 REALIZING FACTUAL REPORTING is extremely important. Pam Barr and Vce Hazen checl details of their stories. 50The journalism student's week began on Friday, when assignments were giv- en. The next severa' days were filled with endless hours of interviewing, writ- ing and revising. The articles, typed on yellow newsprint, were copyread for errors in grammar and style. The size of the article was determined and put into the layout. The page was then set by the Ames Daily Tribune. One Tues- day morning trip to the Tribune to proofread was a requirement this year. Tuseday evening publication brought satisfaction and misery to staff mem- bers. After Tuesday, students had a short rest until assignments were giv- en for the next week. 1 LEARNING THE ROPES of the press includes head assignments by layout editors Nancy Landon, Jeff Fredericks and Ann Dumenil. 2 PRESSURE OF DEADLINES teaches Journalism students responsibility and ef- ficiency. 3 DISCOVERING HOW TYPE is set is one thing Sara Peterson and Nancy Newton learn in journalism. 511 DEADLINES FOUND the editorial staff around the table: Lisa Fritz, Bev Malone. Charlie Ellis, Chuck Maurer. Janie Engel- dingor. Susan Bunce. Clay Bauske. Greg Harrison. 2 SPIRIT SCRAPBOOK started as sales pro- motion, became a feature in 302. ended as a coloring book. Chuck Maurer and Charlie Ellis are hard at it. 3 OLD HOME WEEK was celebrated when Donna Chalmers returned for a visit from Indiana. Marie MacMonagle is also shown. 4 "YOU MEAN THERE wasn't any film in the camera!" e»claims Mrs. Ward, Spirit sponsor. 5 TWO'S A CROWD in the darkroom, but all five of the photographic staff man- aged to squeeze in. In front are Sharon Parks and Gary Katz; perched on the sink aro "the Steves." Donhowe and Ward, and Lachy Smith. 52 Spirit sales top record; color used first time As final deadline loomed ominously near, the Spirit's statisticians were at work: 1060 books ordered, the most ever; 235 rolls of film shot, developed, contacted, and filed: a color section included for the first time. Not cata- logued were the weekend hours spent, the crises met and resolved, the slo- gans and jokes—"Avoid solution pol- lution!". "Down with swimmers!" "Gary loves Jane and vice versa"—the diver- sions that make a year on Spirit some- thing always to be remembered. 1 THE EDITOR PONDERS a problem. Su- san Bunce concentrates on some copy. 2 STRICTLY BUSINESS was the concern of the ads and business staff. Shown are Brenda Blcwett, Annie Scholtcn, Jan Steel, Sara Peterson and Sandy Underhill. 3 SPIRIT REPRESENTATIVES, front: Sue Pet- erson. Kaye Socsbe. Irene Barcus. Chorie Hurlbut, Ann Sorovy, Cindy Johnson: sec- ond: Karen Schulze, Sue Peterson, Cindy Ustrud. Julie Fritz. Becly V illrich, June Lolken, Linda Huisman. Ron Painter; third: Paula Burns, Ruthann Benson. Pam Satre. Kathy Scholten. Janet Ramsey, Lin- da Newton. Debbie Seif, Infa Galois; back: Carol Coupal. Kathy Mclntire, Ken Rus- sell. Donna Schoenemon. Bruce Thompson. Maurice Miller. Beth Thompson. Robert Wilson, Lynne Burdick. I 53Letter winners revive A-Club, promote sportsmanship The A-Club was revived after an absence of two years. The pur- pose of the organization is to "pro- mote, support and sponsor good athletics" and to maintain "good academic standing, morals and sportsmanlike conduct of Ames High athletes." Regular A-Club meetings were held, officers elect- ed and projects started. The club sold refreshments at several ath- letic events to raise funds for fu- ture activities. I A-CLUB OFFICERS: Stove Wcarth (sergeant-at-arms). Steve Lovely (president), Bob Hamilton (vice- president). SERVED SECTIO I ,U E“ E S; fr®nfA Bl" Ba,rd- Conrad Anderson. Danny Craig. Jim Ryan. Ron Peters. Steve Lovely. Bob Hamilton, Terry Tuttle Bill Nichols. Ed Oslund. Davo Catus. Goorgo Richards. Don Wiser: second: John Carpenter. Stovo Dcnhowe. Dave Study Steve j' harr C., ' J,m,. Nea,‘ dIm Pratt- Stew Bucl‘ Geor9 Filins. Steve Pierce. Chris Haugen. Stevo Wearth. Rich Engelhard!; th.rd: Dave otan.forth, Jim Ba,rd. Jim Peppor. Rid Engel. Greg Denglor. Rich Unger. Don Page. Dell Brown. Dave Boyd Mite Lange. Davo R.'oy Denn.s Healy: back: Chuck Maurer. Jim Luscaleet. Tom Thompson. Bill Caso. Davo Bliss. Miko Latta. Craig Bo- den, Jack Highland. Miko O«von, Bob Vance, Kirk Geist, Lyle Scandrott. Dave Hammer. 54Tours, exhibits, projects make up Art Club The Art Club consisted of an infor- mal organization of students interested in developing a greater appreciation of art. Working individually with assist- ance from the sponsor. Mr. Jonas, the students created imaginative original art forms. Field trips to galleries such as the Art Shed enabled Art Club members to study the works of others. 1 WORKING ON THE POTTER'S WHEEL. Dave Craig fashions a vase. 2 ART CLUB OFFICERS: Chris EHinghauson. Linda Shorrict, Mary Logomarcino. 3 POINTING OUT THE MERITS of the sculpture. Mr. Jonas accompanies stu- dents through tho Art Shed. 55 DECA, OE, VICA develop sense of business world DECA, VICA. and OE offered a val- uable service to seniors wishing to learn about forms of business admin- istration. DECA provided its members with on-the-job training in business es- tablishments throughout Ames. Stu- dents in Office Education worked un- der similar practical conditions as sec- retaries and office assistants. VICA functioned to create industrial voca- tional training for seniors. All three vocational education programs carried on group activities throughout the year. 2 DECA OFFICERS, front: Mark Ladd. Sheryl Moore. Kathy Hofstad: back: Jan Shearer, Gordy Accola. Ted Politis. 3 4 "ON THE JOB TRAINING is fun," exclaims Ted Politis, president of DECA. DECA VICE-PRESIDENT Gordy Accola arrangos sweaters for his on- the-job training. 561 GETTING TO KNOW other DECA itu dc-nts was an objective ot the DECA con vention. Serving Marshalltown DECA mem bers is Carol Westvold and Deb Pappas 2 OE OFFICERS, front: Ann lvi$. Patt Brown; back: Dianna Backous. 3 REPRESENTING AMES in a secretarial convention wore Ann Ivis and Pat Rader. 4 V!CA OFFICERS: Kosta Constantine. Ar- thur Wirt , Edward Squire and Ray Baldus. 5 WORK EXPERIENCE sponsors enjoy a coffee break in the teachers' lounqo: shown are Mr. Havener. Mr. Abel. Miss O'Brien. 57Students offer services in varied departments Many students gave up free time and study halls to work in various departments at Ames High. Several boys kept track and took care of the audio-visual equip- ment each period. The office staff was aided by girls who collected absence slips, stamped passes, an- swered the phone and ran various errands. Cafeteria workers assisted the kitchen staff in serving and cleaning up at noon. Fire Squad, led by President Charles Maurer and Vice-Presi- dent Chris Haugen, kept order in and around the school. Their ac- tivities included superintending the lunch line and patroling the park- ing lot for violators. Second semes- ter hall monitors merged with Fire Squad, giving better and more efficient attention to students' transgressions. I OFFICE HELP included checking schedules as shown by Claudia 2 AUDIO-VISUAL AIDES: Mr. MacBride. Richard Patterson, DuBois. Daryl Simonson, Craig Morris, Mike Morgan. Kosta Costan- tino, Mark Smith, Pryor Ward. 58r i 4 I HALL-MONITORS such os Suson Ingvoldstad checked the 2 CAFETERIA HELPERS. Cheryl Bailey, Joannetto Strand, Karon legality of students roaming the halls. Rutter, Doug Elliot, Tom Wiegol. Barb Evans. 3 FIRE SQUAD, front: Jim Bartruff. Greg Peterson. Bob Meyers, Riel: Von Winklo. Wally Smith, Chuck Maurer, Tim Lindor, Curt Shaeffer, John Parks: second: John Gossard, Dick Bristol, Kirk Vondecar, Charles Ellis, Craig Hageman, George Firkins, Kon Russell. Tom Montag. Stew Buck; third: Jerry Bartruff. Stevo Hibbs, Doug Finchom, Craig Bodon, Jon Hunziker. Bob Hamilton, Steve Pierce, Cavo Catus. Joel Wilcox; back: Mr. Enquist. Dell Brown. John Carpenter. Cove Bliss, Rick Engol, Curtis Christen- sen, Chris Haugen. Fred Dahm. Clay Bauske. Fire Squad and hall monitors merge forces 59 tAmes raced to its first perfect cross country season this year. Four returning lettermen com- bined with an outstanding group of underclass- men to provide the spark for the Little Cy- clones' success. Greg Dengler and Dave Powell placed first and second as Ames took the CIC Mile Team Race September 23. Ames put five runners in the first eight to defeat defending champion Marshalltown. A week later the Little Cyclones won the State AAAA Mile Team Race, again turning back Marshalltown and West Waterloo in a field of 81 runners. Ames finished first of 13 teams to win the 1.5-mile Mike Augustine Invitational October 14. the first cross-country meet of the year. Powell was first. Dengler second. Chuck Maurer fourth and Tom Montag fifth as Ames won its first Augustine in the meet’s history. The Little Cyclones maintained their momentum a week later by winning the CIC Cross-Country at Newton, completing their conference sweep. The last meet of the season was the State AAA Cross-Country at Marshalltown. Ames battled cold, a snowy course and 18 other teams, but finished first. As Coach Millikin said after the CIC Mile Team Race, "All the boys competed well." 1 STATE CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONS, front: Chuck Maurer. Tom Montag. Dave Boyd; back: Coach Harlan Millikin. Greg Dengler. Tom Thompson, Dave Powell. Hugh Collins. 2 TOUGH JUNIOR COMPETITOR Dave Powoll novor finished farther back than fourth and won the Augustine and CIC Cross-Country. 3 TOP SENIOR was Greg Dengler. who won the CIC Mile Team Race and was second in the Augustine. CIC Cross-Country and State Cross- Country. 2 60Ames sweeps CIC, wins Augustine in State meets; perfect season ■■9 1 "TAKE 'EM OFF"—Amoi milers peel down to their running clothos. 2 CO-CAPTAIN TOM THOMPSON battles his way through tho pack at tho state meet. 3 "RUNNERS—TAKE YOUR MARKS" —The Little Cyclones await the start- er's gun. 4 CO-CAPTAIN CHUCK MAURER cools down after the CIC Milo Team Race. 2 CIC Mile Team Race: Ames 23, Marshalltown 40, Grinnell 82 I. Dengler, 2. Powell, 5. Thompson, 7. Maurer, 8. Boyd State Mile Team Race, AAAA class: Ames 15, Marshalltown 30, W. Waterloo 31 3. Dengler, 4. Powell, 8. Boyd Mike Augustine Invitational: Ames 29, Marshalltown 54, D. M. Roosevelt 105 I. Powell, 2. Dengler, 4. Maurer, 5. Montag. 17. Boyd CIC Cross-Country: Ames 22. Marshalltown 47, Grinnell 85. Newton 85 1. Powell, 2. Dengler, 4. Maurer, 7. Montag, 8. Collins State Cross-Country. AAA class: Ames 15, W. Waterloo 34, Marshalltown, 46 2. Dengler, 3. Powell, 10. Maurer 61Ames hustles to Ames roared to a 7-2 record this season, the best of seven years. The Little Cyclones closed out their final year in the CIC by tying for the conference championship. Chris Haugen mode second team All-State while Don Agard, Dave Bliss. Dan Craig and Steve Wearth received Honorable Mention. Hau- gen and Bliss, who served os co- captains, were All Conference se- lections along with Wearth. Agard, Owen Austrheim and Dave Stucky were second team CIC, and John Carpenter and Rich Engelhardt were third. 7-2 record The Little Cyclones opened the season by crushing D.M. Tech 54-7. Dennis Healy and Lyle Scandrett scored twice, and Engelhardt, Car- penter, Conrad Anderson, and Steve Lovely once, while Austrheim kicked five extra points and Bliss ran one. Stucky, Bob Hamilton and Anderson led the defense. Ames retained the Victory Bell with a 28-13 win over Boone. Engel- hardt, Bliss, Scandrett and Haugen each scored once, and Austrheim kicked four conversions. Haugen, Agard, Stucky and Wearth were high in tackles. 1 THE "CHAIN GANG" for home game! was Ron Peters and Gordy Accola. 2 LATTA PULLS back to protect the punter from the Roosevelt rush. 3 VARSITY LINEMEN, front: Jack Highland. Steve Halterman. Bob Hamilton. Steve Ward, Mark Borke. Jim Ryan. Denny Pyle, Steve Wearth, Dave Riley: second: Bill Hatton, Dan Richardson. Ron Peters. Rick Stevens. Doug Fincham. Mike Latta, Chuck Carter. Dave Stucky: back: Marshall Bennett. Biff Baird. George Richards. Brent Anderson. Dick Vohs, Steve Donhowe. Jim Lytton, Steve Wells. 62I 1 VARSITY BACKS AND ENDS, front: Mike Lange. John Carpenter, Jim Pepper, Greg Mulhall, Terry Tuttle. Doll Brown, Dennis Healy. Ray Bickerstaff; second: Ted Politis, Don Agard. Bill Case, Dan Craig, Bill Palmer, Kim Sand, Charlie Ellis, Steve Siedelman, Don Page, Owen Austrhcim; back: Con- rad Anderson, Dave Catus, Chris Haugen. Rob Simpson. Lyle Scandrett. Steve Lovely, Rich Engel- hard t, Dave Bliss. 2 HEAD COACH Phil Johnson came to Ames from Centerville this year. He was assisted by Line Coach Jack Mendenhall and End Coach Bob Impecoven (not shown), who also handled the Junior Varsity. 3 THE REF makes it official as Rich Engolhardt scores against Newton. 3 4 FREQUENT FUMBLES olmost cost Ames rho Boone game. CO-CAPTAIN BLISS confers with Coach Johnson during the Lincoln game. OSKALOOSA'S STOPPED COLD by Scidelman (on bottom), Haugen (on top), Carpenter (40). Anderson (43). Study (58) and Bliss (24) move in. CRAIG (21) PASSES to Popper (42) in the Roosevelt game. Baird (55) and Lovely (26) protect. Ames set several records in a 75-13 drubbing of Newton. Carpenter tallied three times, Engelhardt and Don Page twice, and Scandrett and Healy once as Austrheim converted nine times. Carpenter, Doug Fincham and Steve Siedelman paced the defense, which outgained Newton 583-189 yards. The Little Cyclones won their first Homecoming game in seven years in a 28-27 thriller against D.M. Lincoln. Healy scored on a 70-yard pass from Craig in the first quarter, and Bliss scored twice on long runs to knot the score at halftime 21-21. Lincoln went ahead in the third period 26-21, but missed the PAT. Bliss scored again and Owen Austrheim kicked his fourth extra point to give Ames the margin of victory. Marshalltown almost knocked Ames out of the conference race in a game played at Marshalltown, but Austr- heim’s five-yard field goal in the fourth period gave Ames the victor . The Little Cyclones then tied Grin- nell for the CIC championship in their final conference game by blanking Oskaloosa 37-0. Bliss led all rushers for the season, gaining 335 yards in 56 carries for a 6.0 average. He was followed by En- gelhardt and Lovely with 5.4 averages and Austrheim with 5.1. Craig com- pleted 35 of 90 passes for over 800 yards. Haugen was the leading receiv- er with 321 yards in 17 catches fol- lowed by Healy and Bliss. Leading tacklers were Hauqen (8.5 points per qame), Stucky (6.5), Agard (5.5). and Siedelman and Carpenter (5.5). In total offense it was Ames: 2,823 yards —opponents: 1,496 yards. 64I Bliss, Haugen, Wearth chosen first team CIC Season's Record (7-2) Ames 54 7 Tech, D. M. Ames 28 13 Boone Ames 75 13 Newton Ames 13 26 Grinnell Ames 42 21 W. Waterloo Ames 28 27 Lincoln, D. M. Ames 10 7 Marshalltown Ames 37 0 Oskaloosa Ames 21 27 Roosevelt, D. M. Final CIC Standings Ames 4-1 Grinnell 4-1 Marshalltown 3-2 Oskaloosa 3-2 Boone 1-4 Newton 0-5Little Cyclones tie Grinnell for conference title 1 AUSTRHEIM ATTEMPTS a field goal against Lincoln. Owen successfully converted 37 of 43 fries, licked two field goals, and regularly blasted the kick-off 60 yards. 2 A MAZE OF FLYING ARMS AND LEGS; tho Little Cyclones attempt a power play. 3 WATCHING ANXIOUSLY along the sidelines, Ames players await tho outcome of tho Grinnell game. 2Sophomore Record (4-3) 4-3 sophomore record marks Tramp-Zediker’s first season Ames 26 19 Lincoln, D.M. Ames 13 20 Marshalltown Ames 6 14 Ankeny Ames 12 0 Saydel JV Ames 20 6 Hoover, D. M. Ames 14 6 Boone Ames 7 13 Roosevelt, D.M. 1 AS BRUCE SMITH (27) wipes out one Lincoln yearling, and Jon Hunzikcr (80) prepares to smash another, Doug Fosberg ( 56) sweeps around right end. 2 SOPHOMORE FOOT3ALL TEAM, front: Chris Dvergsten. Wayne Woolley, Jon Hunzikor, Stevo Carter. Steve Wacker, Curt Van Scoy, Doug Fosberg, Phil Riley. Doug Lechner, Carl Schloerke: second: Doug York, Mike Andorson. Scott Watson. Doy'e Kepley, John Nordyke, Bruce Smith, Craig Hagoman, Gary Good, Bill Munson, Mike Davis: third: Coach Dale Tramp. Stove Sampson. Roger Banks. Chuck Tonne. Darrel Thorston, Bon Best, Stevo Crawford. Tom Polhemus. Lynn Jolly, Randy Stotts. Bob Myers, Asst. Coach Arnie Zediker; fourth: Manager Jim Davies, John Christensen, Scott Burgason, Steve Baker, Dean Newton, Mike Owings, Virgil Fowtes, Dan Black, Chris Beaty, Bill Curry. Don Keller, managor Kelton Nelson; back: Bob Cole, Bob Hyer, Rob Wilson, Greg Peterson, Rick Butler, Tim Linder, Paul Johnson. Bob Sanderson, Gary Sprouse. V 67 Season's Record (10-2) Amos..........21 Urbandalo ..... Amos..........22 Southeast Polk . Ames..........29 Carroll Kuempor Amos..........41 North, D. M. . Amos..........19 Ankony ........ Ames..........25 Marshalltown CIC Moot.......................... Ames..........39 Jefferson ...... Audubon Tournament ............. Ames..........26 Grinnoll ....... Ames..........22 Tama-Toledo ... Ames..........33 Perry .......... Corning Tournament .............. Ames..........31 Boone .......... Amos..........35 Newton ......... Sectional Tournamont............. District Tournament ............. .......22 .......20 ......14 ....... 8 .......23 .......19 Ames 1st ....... 2 Amos 4th .......18 .......21 ....... 8 Ames 2nd .......15 ....... 8 Ames 1st Ames 4th "We had some really fine boys this year, ' Coach Jack Mendenhall said at the close of the wrestling season. "I expected a great season, and they gave me one." Rolling over ten op- ponents in dual meets, the Little Cy- clones were champions of the CIC Meet and the Sectional Tournament. Owen Austrheim remained undefeated during the regular season and was 127- lb. champion of the CIC, Audubon, Corning. Sectional, and District Tour- naments. Steve Wearth was champion of the CIC, Corning, Sectional and Dis- trict, and Chris Haugen was first in the CIC. Audubon and Sectional. Jim Pepper, a 170-lb. heavyweight, battled bulkier opponents all year and finished second in the CIC behind the unde- feated champion who outweighed him by 120 lbs. Finest individual records were: W L T Owen Austrheim (127) . ...22 0 0 Steve V earth (180) .... ...25 1 0 Chris Haugen (165) .... ...22 2 0 Shozada Khan (95) ...18 6 2 Craig Boden (138) 8 0 Jim Pepper (Hwt) ...13 6 2 Ron Coy (133) 6 2 Wrestlers finish first in CIC; i 1 VARSITY WRESTLING, front: Gary Owen. Sharada Khan; second: Gary Zeliadt, Jim Herrick. Mile Owen, Rich Unger: third: Bill Nichols. Owon Austrheim. Ron Coy. Tom Hostetter. Craig Boden. Dave Catus: fourth: Bill Davis, S eve Siedcl- man, Craig 8oylan, Steve Savereid. Chris Haugen. Steve Wearth; fifth: Carl An- derson. Bruce Sondve. Doug Fincham. Steve Wells, Jon Heer: si th: Jon Hunziler, Grog Peterson, Lee Collins. Mark Borko, Kim Sand. Jack Highland: back: Mark Powors, Mark Johnson. Craig Morris (managor). George Richards (manager). 2 "BIG O"—Owon Austrheim was never beaton and was never taken down by an opponent. 3 HEAD COACH JACK MENDENHALL (loft) was assisted by Bob Impecoven. 4 WRESTLFRS R08ED: (left to right) Stovo Saveraid. Steve Wearth. Chris Haugen. Dave Catus. Craig Bodon, Tom Hostetter, Ron Coy. Owen Austrheim. Bill Nichols, Mike Owen, Rich Unger. 68win Audubon, Sectional; have 10-2 record 1 RESERVES, front: Wayne Woolley, Val Peacoclc; socond: Mike Wardle. Gary Wiorson, Bob Colo, Sfeve Ward. Jeff Hensley; third: Mike Coyle, Lyle Scandrett, Kerry Joseph. Mark Schill, Dave Stucky; fourth: Roger Banks, Wayne Harris, John Wolfe. Dick Sorenson. Gary Gunnerson. Steve Hemstreet; fifth: Dean Newton, Marv Peterson. Steve Carter. Joe Calhoun, Dclmar Lampe, Mike Morgan, Danny Richardson; back: Bruce Boden, Steve Untrauer, Jody Fisher. Bob Hamilton, Stanley Bennett. Richard Peterson, Ed Fawkes. 2 QUALIFYING FOR THE STATE MEET for the second year in a row, Chris Haugen defeated 22 opponents. 3 SENIOR BILL NICHOLS rolls his Perry foe. 4 ANOTHER WRESTLER soos the rafters under Stove Wearth's guiding hands. 691 1 AT THE START of the 400- yard free-style relay. Tim Reynold; and Davo Link ex- plode from the starting blocks. 2 CIC CHAMP Stow Buck displays the form that brought many victories. 3 VERSATILE Ed Oslund has the ability to swim any stroke. Ho helped out whore needed, usually in the individual medley and backstroke. ■ SOPHOMORE SWIM- MING TEAM, front: Steve Pace, Bruce Paley. Craig Jordan. Mark Robertson: back: Dann Cross, John Nordyke, Mike Young, Davo Houston. Rick Roche. Chris Beaty. Dave Sidles. Chuck Shearer, Paul Mi- chelson. 70CIC champs 1 VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM, front: Tim Eliott. Tim Reynolds, Joel Michclson, Art Staniforth. Ray Bick- orstaff. John Paris; second: Craig Alcott. Dennis Larson, Riel Peterson, Ted Rozeboom. Milo Cross, Dave Burgan. George Firkins: third: Coach Johnson, Stew Buck. Jim Pratt. Dave Link, Steve Brunia, Kirk Goist. Mark Mathison, Mike Anderson; bad: Dovo Staniforth, Dave Kenworthy, Josh Sharlin. Bob Vanco. Ed Oslund, Jim Speer. 2 STATE RECORD! Jim Pratt finishes his 400 yard freestyle competition in record time. Success was the word on the Ames High swimming team this year. In churning to a 13-1 record, the Ames swimmers successfully defend- ed their title as CIC champs, defeating New- ton, Marshalltown and Boone. Their only defeat came at the hands of a powerful Roosevelt team. Ames . .48 Newton 47 Ames ..67 Hoover 28 Ames ..36 Roosevelt ....58 Ames . .62 Boone 33 Bobcat Inv. Ames Newton 62 UNI High ....58 M'town Ames ..60 Lincoln 35 Ames ..63 M'town 32 Ames ..53 Ft. Dodge ....42 Ames ..78 Tech CIC Ames ....81 Newton M'town ....43 Boone ....18 Ames ..61 North ....34 Ames ..71 Boone ....24 Ames ..72 Ft. Dodge 23 District (6th): State (8th) l 7172I Trackmen train for spring meets Dedicated Ames trackmen, under the guidance of Coaches Harlan Millikin and Hi Covey, trudged through the snow and cold to prepare for the coming spring sea- son. Following Christmas vacation, the pros- pective thinclads attended nightly and Sat- urday morning workouts. Mr. Covey assisted this winter in the coaching tasks. He concentrated his ef- forts on the field events, while Mr. Milli- kin worked with the runners. Although the track was not completed after being resurfaced, the trackmen worked hard on the gym floor at the State Gym to prepare for the State Indoor in late March, as well as the spring season. 1 TRACK PHILOSOPHY is the subject of nightly meetings. 2 OUICK STARTS are essential In track. Indoor track builds a base for spring. 3 "ALL WORK and no play makes track a dull sport." 4 "WHAT'S THAT. TOM?" Coach Millikin consoles Tom Thompson during indoor practico. 73Season's Record 81 North, D. M. .. 52 Mason City ... 68 West Waterloo 70 Marshalltown .. 70 Oskaloosa .... 68 Grinnell ........ 66 Cedar Falls ... 57 Roosevelt, D. M 70 Boone ........... 79 Webster City . 56 Newton .......... 63 Marshalltown .. 76 Oskaloosa 59 Grinnell ........ 66 Boone ........... 82 Newton ......... ,71 West Waterloo 63 Roosevelt, D. M.1 VARSITY BASKETBALL, front: Clay Bauske, Donnit Hcaly. Tim Linder. Don Agard. Dave Vandeventer. Dan Craig. Bill Case, John Carpenter; back: Dan Kocstnor (mana- ger). Ron Peters. Brian Johnson, Rick Engel, Dave Riley. Scott Burgason, Ron Jordon, Dave Bliss, Jim Ryan. Coach George Duvall. Asst. Coach Cecil Spatcher. 2 TOP SCORER in the CIC. Rick Engel made 220 points in conference action. Ames record 12-6; first in conference The Little Cyclones battled to a 12-6 record this sea- son, finishing in a tie for first place in the CIC. Rick Engel and Dave Bliss were All-Conference selections, and Don Agard made the third team CIC. Ames opened the season on November 22 by swamping North. D. M.. 81-54. Agard scored 27 points and Engel 21, as Bliss grabbed 13 rebounds. Mason City almost up- set Ames November 24, but the Little Cyclones shot 69% in the fourth quarter to overcome a 10-point deficit and win, 52-47. Agard's 21 points and Engel's 12 led Ames, while Bliss had 17 rebounds and Engel and Dave Riley 13. The Little Cyclones edged by Marshalltown in their first conference game on December 8. Agard scored 18 points in the first half to keep Ames in front, 38-30, but the Bobcats closed the gap in the fourth quarter, and it took a basket by Engel with eight seconds left for Ames to win. Agard scored 23. Engel 19, while Bliss led the rebounders with 13. Both teams made 26 of 47 field goals and at- tempted 28 free throv s. Ames lost its second game of the season at Cedar Falls on December 23. Engel scored 31 and Agard 13 before they fouled out of the rugged game. The Little Cyclones trailed by eight in the first quarter, then closed to 47-46 on a free throw by Bliss. Engel scored !4 of Ames' 16 points in the third quarter and had 10 rebounds. Bliss had 12 rebounds and 18 points in the 80-66 defeat. 75I 1 ONE OF THREE sophomores moved up to the varsity during midseason, guard Tim Linder fires a jump shot. 2 PRIME MOVER of the basketball, guard Don Agard brings the ball up against Newton. 3 BASKETBALL JV’S. front: Craig Hageman, Chuck Voss. Jim Baler, Dave Vandeven- ter. Don Page. Diet Bristol; second: Carl Van Voorhis. Scott Watson, Phil Riley, Steve Crawford, Fred Dahm, Marl Thomp- son. Doug Lechner; bad: Coach Dale Tramp, Randolph Stotts, Jon Nissen, Lynn Jolly. Jim Lyfton, Michael Bear. Conrad Anderson. 4 SENIOR FORWARD Dave Bliss passes the ball in to confer Jim Ryan. 3 Linder, Burgason, Knabe: sophomores bolster varsity 76Ames moved its CIC mark to 6-2 by down- ing Grinnell on February 2. The Tigers led by 12 in the first quarter, but Ames bounced back to lead at halftime, 28-23. Grinnell tied the score at 3 I-all and again at 51-all. but a basket by Engel put Ames in front. Engel scored 18, Jim Ryan 15 and Bliss II. Engel had 18 re- bounds and Bliss 14. The Little Cyclones' hopes for a CIC title had faded during midseason when they were beaten on consecutive weekends by Newton and Marshalltown. On February 15 Ames was in second place with a 7-2 record and only one conference game remaining. Marshalltown was leading the league with an 8-1 record, having lost only to Ames. Then Oskaloosa, which had lost 23 straight CIC contests, upset the eighth ranked Bobcats, 69-58. The following night Ames beat Newton 82-69 behind Engel’s 28, Agard's 12 and Bliss's and Ryan's 10. thus tying for the CIC crown. On February 23 Ames revenged its earlier loss to West Waterloo. The Little Cyclones trailed 11-17 at the quarter. During the second quarter, however, they shot 69% to tie the score at the half, 36-all. The score was again tied at 58-all with five minutes left before Ames pulled away to win, 71-65. Engel scored 29 and had 16 rebounds while Ryan had 9. Desire couldn't make the difference as Ames lost its last game of the season to Roosevelt, 72-63. It was the Little Cyclones' first loss in the new gym and broke a home-court winning streak of 15. Agard scored 20, Engel 16, as Bliss pulled down I 3 rebounds against the taller Riders. INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Player FG Pet. (made- att.) Agard 78-203 38 Bliss 57-137 42 Burgason 12- 23 52 Engel 133-314 42 Healy 50-135 37 Linder 19- 57 33 Riley 16- 30 53 Ryan 53-118 45 Final CIC Standings Ames 8-2 Marshalltown 8-2 Boone 5-5 Grinnell 4-6 Newton 4-6 Oskaloosa 1-9 FT (made- att.) Pet. Reb. Scoring Avg. 64- 95 67 50 12.2 36- 60 60 198 8.3 9- 14 64 16 6.6 134-177 76 205 22.2 21- 34 62 20 7.1 15- 21 71 17 5.3 II- 21 52 57 2.5 26- 36 56 79 7.4 1 REBOUNDING a g a i n s t Newton are Dave Bliss (30). Scott Burgason (34). and Riel; Engel (24), at Dennis Healy (10) watches. 2 DEFENDERS TRIED EV- ERYTHING, including cross-body blocks to keep Engel from scoring. Peters (41) and Jordan (51) await a rebound. 77Little Cyclones tie for CIC crown i 4 TIME OUT. 5 A VICTORY OVER MARSHALLTOWN re- sults in a ride off the floor for Coach Duvall. 78Sophs combine height, talent for 17-1 record 2 Outscoring their opponents 1200-699, the sophomore bas- ketball team rolled up an impressive 17-1 record. Consid- ering that three starters moved up to the varsity at mid- season, this accomplishment is even more remarkable. The Little Cyclones out-rebounded their opponents 802-517 and shot 40.6% from the field compared to 35.6%. At the free throw line, however, it was Ames: 49.4%: opponents, 49.9%. Doug Fosberg led all scorers with 248 points for a 13.8 average. Chuck Knabe averaged 11.3 before joining the varsity for the February 9 Boone game, and Tim Linder was scoring I 1.1 points per game when he moved up for the January 5 Boone contest. Fosberg had 9.1 rebounds a game; Scott Burgason rebounded 8.6 per game before moving up for the January 26 Oskaloosa game: and Knabe had 7.3. Paul McFarland shot at a 50% pace from the field, and Chris Dvergsten hit at 60% from the free-throw line to lead the team. 1 SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL, front: Kolton Nelson (manager), Tom Svec. Brian Johnson. Paul McFarland. Paul Johnson, Scott Gay, Bob Myers: back: Kirk Van Scoy. Maurie Miller, Chris Dvergston, Chuck Knabe. Scott Burgason. Tom Hildebrand. Doug Fosberg, Kevin Madden, Gary Good. Coach Arnio Zodikcr. 2 TOUGH DEFENSE such as this enabled tho sophomores to defeat 17 opponents. Pressing are Knabe (51), Hildebrand (45) and Myers (25). 79Increased participation sparks boys’ intramurals An active interest in sports among non-varsity boys created a competitive intramural program. Wrestling, basketball, cross-coun- try, football, swimming, bowling, tennis and golf were offered, with swimming, wrestling and basket- ball the most popular. New facil- ities and more convenient times for play were reasons for increased participation. 1 PRIME MOVER of inframurals. Jim Baird guns one in. 2 OUTJUMPING HIS OPPONENT. Re Pietz chalks fwo up. 3 ANOTHER STRIKE ON THE WAY! Dan Koesfner uncorks a big one.Synchronettes write numbers, create water show After spending the first semester perfecting strokes and learning stunts, the Synchronettes pre- pared their spring water show. Members of the advanced section of the swimmers wrote fifteen numbers for the show, based on world travel. Di- rected by Mrs. Anne Jacobson, the Synchronettes practiced many hours to make the second annual water show a success. 3 1 PRECISE, RHYTHMIC and controlled movements were necessary for tho routines performed by the Synchronettes. 2 ASSISTING IN THE PLANNING of Synchronotte activities woro officers Martha Anderson (treasurer), Kathy Mclntire (secretary). Sheryl Moore (vice-prosidont) and Nancy Schloerke (president). 3 AN UNUSUAL HEADPIECE was tried on Susan Ingvoldstad by Mrs. Inge Heriqstad. who created elaborate costumos and millinery for tho synchroni:ed swimming show. 81Largest GRA in history keeps the girls in shape One third of the Ames High girls joined to make this year’s GRA the largest in the history of the or- ganization. The girls participated in basketball, vol- leyball, bowling and softball tournaments throughout the year, and traveled to watch the Iowa girls' bas- ketball tournament in Des Moines. In addition, the ever-popular GRA tee-shirt sales reached an all-time high. 1 BOWLING interested many girls this winter. 2 BASKETBALL attracted more girls than any other sport, with nine- teen teams competing. 3 GRA OFFICERS are: Ann Du- mcnil (secretary-treasurer). Lin- da Ricketts (president). Kayo Klein (points chairman), and Marleno Daley (vice president). 4 •TUT IT RIGHT OVER. I’m ready." cries senior volleyball ex- pert Edie Augustine. 82 UUUlIt- GRA REPRESENTATIVES, front: Dobbio Millett. Kaye Kloin. Mar- lene Daley. Linda Ricketts, Ann Dumenil. Jane Engeldingcr; soc- ond: Marsha Moses. Wendy Tompkin. Karen Kellogg. Teri- anne Pappas. Irene Barcus. Dix- ie Hansen. Linda Smith, Susie Seidel; third: Suzy Peterson. Jenny Shank, Debi Shifflor. Cin- dy Kluck. Kathy Dibble. Alison Hammer. Mary Jo Alfred. Barb Hcggon; fourth: Joanne Sea- lock, Mary Lou Williams, Mary Hazen. Cathy Wagner, Mary Heggon. Debbie Self. Becky Willrich, Mary Frederick. Kathy Kelly: fifth: Cathy Johnson, Kathy Mclntire. Debbie Engel. Brenda Blewett. Cheryl Friesen, Norma Kilstrom. Becki Smith, Carol Coupal, Amy Seastrand, Susan Ingvoldstad. 2 "HEY. SOMEBODY just knocked down ono of those nice white things!" Twentieth Century again offcrod its facilities to GRA. 3 ANOTHER STRIKE is on its way for Debbie Self. A DRIVING IN for two more is senior Linda Ricketts. 5 UMPH! Sophomores put their whole solves into volleyball games. 6 "IT'S OVER", exclaims Nancy Newton os she lops the ball over tho not. 8325 cheerleaders boost school spirit 1 ... THOR .THOR .THOR 2 FOOTBALL-BASKETBALL CHEERSQUAD. front: Keren Stino. Joan Fleio. Bam Breckenridoe. Teresa Boer. Mariano Daloy: back: Julio Cook. Chori O'Brion. Nadine Nims. Barb Heady. 3 SIZING UP THE CROWD, the football cheerleaders primp for their next appearance. Being on cheersquad required hard work, preci- sion. and a good voice for singing announcements. Two weekly practices were held for the following weekend's game or meet. These twenty-five girls also kept AHS notified of the results of all athletic events. Through noontime and homeroom singing announcements and pep assemblies they kept the spirit running at its peak. The wrestling cheerleaders expanded to include swimming, track, golf and ten- nis, and the sophomore squad cheered at junior var- sity games, creating a larger coverage of Ames High sports. 4 SOPHOMORE CHEERSQUAD. Tina Hagge. Dixie Han- son. Cyndi Hutchinson. Cyndi Ustrud. Becky Seim. Kathy Tuttle, Janolle Johnson. Mary Lou Williams. 5 EXECUTION OF SPLITS, a necessity for cheerleaders, is done correctly by Barb Heady. 6 EXPOUNDING WITH JOY are Wanda Busch and Susan Ingvoldstad as Ames wins the wrestling sectional. 7 WRESTLING CHEERSQUAD. front: Kathy Brown. Pam Spicer, Sandy Underhill. Pat Moldenhauor. Connie Ad- ams; back: Gloria Richards. Wanda Busch. Susan Ing- voldstad. 84 85Pep Club inspires spirit in AHS sports More than one half the girls in Ames High were members of the Pep Club this year. Regular meetings of the cabinet and representatives were held on alternating Tuesday mornings. Besides raising spirit and supporting the athletic events, the girls actively contributed to bate sales, sign paint- ing, decorating lockers, participated in Homecoming activities and pep assem- bly skits. 1 "DOUBLE. DOUBLE, toll and trouble!" But lots of fun for girls decorating lockers. 2 MOTHER GOOSE helps the pixies find the Cyclone victory. 3 PEP CLUB REPRESENTATIVES front: Mrs. Garrett, Debbie Baldner. Diane Ullestad, Gloria Richards. Mary Jane Scholtos. Mrs. Trulin; second: Jan Siedelmann, Morley Hegstrom, Lynn Cummings, Carol Powers, Nancy Carlson. Gloria Zmolck, Pat Gam- mon, Kathy Smith, Connie Foshe: third: Mrs. Stamm, Marge Stohlmeyer. Kris Link, Karon Stine. Sue Kaldor, Lyla Sills, Sara Peterson, Dorothy Richards: fourth: Linda Jones, Janet Patterson, Jcellyn Borke. Mary Finnegan, Cathy Johnson, Celeste Stevens, Judy Crovisier. Tina Haoqe: back: Mrs. Weaver, Betty Johnson. Barb Wheelock, Joan iverson, Nancy Houge, Marilyn Kline. Jane Fauerbv, Norma Kil- strom, Claudia DuBois, Susan Bunco. 861 WHERE'S THE ACTION?—Pep Club girls pro- sent a frenzied display of pom-poms, but seem uncertain as to what's going on. 2 "LET'S SEE. a couple of these, and one of these ..." Big decisions face many students at Pep Club bale sales. 3 PAINTING SIGNS is much easier than hang- ing them. Janet Etberg discovers. 4 PEP CLUB OFFICERS for this year are Debbie Baldnor, treasurer, Diane Ullestad. secretary, Mary Jane Scholtes, president, Gloria Rich- ards. vico-presidont and Susan Bunco, parlia- mentarian. 87Key Club builds at AHS Key Club, a Kiwanis-sponsored service organization for high school boys, is still growing at Ames High. Its purpose is to do service for the school and community. Activities this year included directing cars at football games, running the party concessions and talcing care of the windbreak planted last year west of the stadium. They also helped with several Kiwanis projects such as the annual Pancake Day. Future plans include helping build the Ames High student lounge. 1 KEY CLUB OFFICERS, front: Curtis Christensen (president, district secretary), Chuck Maurer (vice-president): back: Dan Koestner (secretary). Lachy Smith (treasurer, district lieutenant governor). 2 SCINTILLATING PROGRAMS wero presented at the bi- weekly meetings. 3 SERVING ORANGE JUICE at Pancako Day was one of many activities in which Key Clubbers such os Bob Overhulser took port. 88Annual acnvmes ut Girls Club included the Big Sis-Little Sis program, the Sophomore Style Show. Junior Dad-Daugh- ter Date Night, and a spring tea for senior gifls and their mothers. The Christmas spray and wreath sale helped sup- port the foster child Emel- da. Observance of Broth- erhood Week was revived at AHS after an interval of four years. One of the major proj- ects of Boys Club was to co-sponsor, with Student Council, the $1000 drive to build a school in Peru. Girls, Boys Clubs extend activities 1 GIRLS CLUB REPRESEN. TATIVES, front: Jean Mol- denhauer. Jo Ann Paulson, Nancy Judge. Vce Hazen; second: Pam Boric, Nancy Sullivan. Pat Rader, Karen Schulze, Kathy Tuttle, Mar- ianne Stritzel, Charlene Hutchcroft: third: Carol Powers. Carla Allison, Lo- raine Heddleston. Mary Jo Alfred, Marlene Mullica. Linda Huisman, Marilyn Fox. Jane Hicls, Cyndi Hutchinson; fourth: Jan Eldridge. Debbie Self. Mary Lou Williams. Joollyn Borle. Mary Hazen, Penny Ellis, Marlene Warren. Vicly Hagerty; back: Marsha Gonser, Norma Kilstrom. Becki Smith, Liz Disney. Beth Thompson. Joan Iverson, Debbie En- gol, Barb Wheelock, Linda Peterson, Dixie Hansen. 2 A YULETIDE VISIT to the county home included hearty caroling. 3 BOYS CLUB REPRESEN. TATIVES: front: David Gibbs, John Parks, Bruce Paloy, Art Staniforth, Steve Oates: second: Daryl Thor- son, Craig Boylan, Craig Enquist. Mike Coyle, Brian Johnson, Kon Russell. Jim Pantenburg: third: Paul Mc- Farland. Jim Clark, Doug Jetmund. Doyle Kepley, Craig Bodon, Milo Me- Laughlin, Davo Hammer, Steve Lovely: back: Mr. Stone, Mr. Wood, Ron Peters, Dave Hunziker, Carl Schneider, Rich Engol- hardt. Josh Sharlin, Doll Brown. 89Student Council raises money for school in Peru In one of its most active years, the Ames High Student Council presented a weekly radio program, raised $1000 to build a school in Peru, stimulated school board action in establishing a student lounge and sponsored a basketball game with the Phillips 66 Oilers. First semester officers were Dick Vohs (president), Bob Hamilton (vice-president). Jane Engeldinger (sec- retary), Jim Walter (treasurer) and Peter McNabb (parliamentarian). The new officers elected for sec- ond semester were Chris Haugen (president) and Chuck Maurer (vice-president). I 1 AS THE FACULTY SPONSOR. Mr. Everett Ritland ad- vised Student Council members about administration policies and council authority. 2 PLANS for the student lounge were developed by a com- mittee consisting of seniors Jan Svcc, Jim Walter. Dicl Vohs, Bob Hamilton and Jane Engeldinger. 3 WEEKLY STUDENT COUNCIL MEETINGS were at- tended by representatives from every homeroom. 4 FOR ONE of the Saturday morning Studont Council radio programs, Duane Beard interviewed Jeanne Baker about the AHS production of Twolfth Night. 90HT' T 1 FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL, front: Jim Walter, Did Vohs, Jane Engeldlngor. 8ob Hamilfon. Peter McNabb: second: Cyndi Hutchinson. Barb Heady. Libby Arnbal, Joan Moldenhauer. Mary Hazen, M. J. Scholtes, Jacquie Larsen, Linda Davis, Julio Cook; third: Betty Johnson. Jan Stool. Kiri Geist. Stew Buck, Kiri Vandecar, Scott Gey. Wade Hauser. Tom Svcc. Karl Schtoerke. Linda Peterson, Mary Lou Williams: fourth: Mr. Ripp. Mr. Ritland. Mark King. Pam Barr. Joel Wilcox, Dave Hammer. Jerry Bartruff, Bill Curry, Mary Parks, Robert Wilson; back: Bill Cose, Marl Thompson, Conrad Anderson, Dove Klatt, Stcphon Graham. Curtis Christonsen, Chuck Knabe. Chris Dvorgsten, Lachy Smith, Doll Brown, Mike Latta. 2 AN AHS GRADUATE and basketball star, Gene West (5). re- turned to Ames High and played against sophomoro coach Arnold Zediker (22) in a council-sponsored basketball game. 3 PRESIDING OVER tho first semester council were Studont Body Vico-president Bob Hamilton and President Dick Vohs. 91 FI T-SHIRTS, cold by Jim Walter to Tim Mickle, Paul Johnson 2 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS for the second semester and Joan Iverson, raised money for Student Council projecti. were vice-president Chuck Maurer and president Chris Haugen. 3 SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL, front: Mr. Ripp, Jane Engeldinger, Chris Haugon, Chuck Maurer, Jim Walter. Petei McNabb. Mr. Ritlend; second: Peggy Joseph, Janice Overland, Bob Kern, Georgia Grimes. Sue Kaldor. Jim Herrick. Mike War- dlo. Janet Corrigan, Barb Heady, Julio Cook; third: Patty Fisher. M. J. Scholtcs, Greg Petorson. Wade Hauser, Tim Lindor. Bill Davis. Betty Johnson. Dennis Healy, Nanci Halzer: fourth: Bob Mudd. Chuck Voss, Brian Johnson. Greg Mulhall. Steve Hibbs, Bill Case. Bruce Smith, Jim Neal. Dave Hammer, Steve Highland: back: Mary Parks, Pam Barr, Danny Craig. Maury Miller. Tom Hildebrand. Jan Svec, Stevo Sampson. Mike Latta, Kelton Nelson. 92AHS holds exchange with Missouri school An exchange with Clayton High School in Missouri gave nine AHS students and Mr. William Ripp a view of modular scheduling, an innovation in education. While visiting the St. Louis suburb, the exchangees toured McDonnell Aircraft Company, among other places. Twenty Clayton students were guests in Ames for nine days. Besides seeing the Synchronettes' show and a track meet, they visited ISU and the National Animal Disease Laboratory. 3 1 BY EXAMINING the 1967 Clayton yearbook, Josh Sharlin and Mark Mathison learned about activities at the Missouri school. 2 AMES HIGH SENT nino students, Steve Donhowc. Susan Bunco. Clay Bausko, Joan Iverson. Dick Vohs, Bonnie Voelker, Karl Schloerke. Jac- quio Larsen and Dennis Healy, to Clayton for tho exchange. 3 THE FIVE MEMBERS of the Exchange Committee. Kirk Gcist, Mary Hazen, Jim Walter, Julie Cook and Tim Potts, wero responsible for tho plan- ning of the exchange with Clayton High School. 93I School Board investigates further plant expansion Under the direction of the Ames Board of Education and Mr. Walter Hetzel, superin- tendent of schools, the Ames school system maintains one senior high, two junior highs and thirteen elementary schools. In order to pro- vide the high level of education existing in the Ames schools, the board has devoted more time and funds toward planning a new junior high school, remodeling present facilities, and re- vising the curriculum. 1 MR. WALTER HETZEL: superintendent of schools. 2 BOARD OF EDUCATION, front: Mr. T. E. LaVellc Mrs. William Bud Mr. Lorry Burkhart (president). Mr. David Morehoad: back: Dr. Dick Horrnstadt, Mr. Bill Allen. Mr. Robert Zack, Mr. Bob Curry. Mr. Joe Stratton; not present: Dr. Harold S. Mc- Nabb. 2 96Administrators carry school responsibilities Mr. Herbert Adams, Mr. Everett Ritland and Mrs. Charlotte Whitney form the administrative triumvirate of Ames High School. Mr. Adams is in his twenty- fourth year as principal and is assisted with the many responsibilities of administration by Mr. Ritland, vice- principal. Together they try to establish policies which will effectively fulfill the needs of both students and teachers. Mrs. Whitney serves as the girls' advisor and as head of the guidance department. She helps Mr. Adams and Mr. Ritland in the job of managing a school of more than 1200 students. 1 MR. HERBERT ADAMS: principal. 2 MR. EVERETT RITLAND: vice principal, senior class sponsor. Student Council sponsor. 3 MRS. CHARLOTTE WHITNEY: coordinator of guidance services for the Ames school system. 977 counselors help students plan future educations The guidance department works to personalize the educational pro- gram at Ames High. The goal is to help each individual in the stu- dent body become the best per- son he is capable of becoming. Counselors assist each individual to know his special talents, apti- tudes and interests, besides giv- ing him information about train- ing and opportunities in the world outside the high school. The serv- ice has as its main features a sys- tem of cumulative record keeping, an adequate testing program, in- dividual counseling, presentations of information to groups, college and careers department in the school library and vocational ex- ploration. 1 GUIDANCE COUNSELORS, front: Mrs. Vegors. Mrs. Garrett Mrs. Whitney; back: Mr. Smelling, Mr. Ripp, Miss McNally. Mrs. Maxon. 2 GUIDANCE SESSIONS ith Mrs. Carolyn Maxon help sophomore Tim McGeo to plan his future education. 3 BESIDES COUNSELING junior and senior boys. Mr. William Ripp serves AHS students as the assistant senior class sponsor and tho coordinator of fan buses. 3 98I Library adds 1,000 new books In order to make resource and read- ing material available to students and teachers, the library has a new hand- book for library procedures. In addi- tion, English, social studies and other classes hold class in the library and are given special instructions by the librarians regarding efficient usage of reference books and the location of information for reports and research papers. One thousand new books, in- cluding reference volumes for most of the subjects taught at Ames High, supplement the library's resources. The librarian and her assistants also enrich the curriculum by providing bib- liographies, pamphlets and other re- sources. 3 1 STACKS OF BOOKS piled up as 500 of the library's new volumes arrived during the first weeks of school. 2 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS, front: Barb Bockhop. Jeanne Weber, Pat Anderson, Carol Petorson. Annette Brown; back: Judy Jeska, Nancy Sprague Lynn Banks, 8ernice Woodley. Linda Collins. 3 MRS. CLARA HOOVER: librarian. 4 MRS. LAVONNE SCHUMANN: assistant li- brarian. J 99English courses offer students many choices The English department strives to give all students the opportunity to choose courses which meet their needs. Besides honors courses at all three grade levels, the department offers English 10, English I I and Ameri- can literature at the junior level, developmental read- ing and, at the senior level, English literature, v orld literature, journalism, and English 12, newly revised this year. Three sophomore classes are experimenting with dif- ferent textbooks as a preliminary to ordering new ones next year. Last year's innovation of English I I classes is being continued. 2 1 RECALLED TO LIFE: A dramatization, by Marcia Hoag. Art Staniforth, Jim Baler and Greg Peterson intrigues sopho- mores in their study of Didens' novel. 2 MRS. PHYLLIS AUSTIN: American literature, English 10, English 11, speech, assistant drama sponsor. 3 MR. KALMAR GRONVALL: English 10, assistant hall monitor sponsor. 4 MRS. BETH C. ANDERSON: American literature. English II. English literature. Homecoming Committee sponsor. 5 1 MISS MARY McNALLY: world literature, advanced standing sonior English, guidance. Welcoming Committee sponsor, head of English department. 2 MRS. GRACE BAUSKE: journalism, American literature. Web. Alumni Newsletter sponsor, Public Relations Committee spon- sor. 3 MRS. COLLEEN WHITLEY: English literature. English 12. Service Committee sponsor. 4 MRS. EVELYN THOMPSON: American litoraturc. English II. Girls' Club sponsor. Scratch Pad sponsor. 5 MRS. BARBARA WARD: developmental reading Spirit spon- sor. 101AHS revamps speech program An experimental speech program highlights the English department this year. All sophomores are required to take the course, but instead of at- tending speech class one day a week for the entire year, students take speech every day for three weeks at a time. This system is intended to pro- vide a better organized and unified program for sophomore English stu- dents. 2 3 4 1 THE INTRICACIES of a drum are brought to light in a speech by sophomore Steve Wacker. 2 MRS. AURILLA VEGORS: English literature, world literature, guidanco. Sorvico Committee sponsor. 3 MRS. MARY RENO: English 10. Eng. lish 12. Honors English 10. 4 MR. RON ZITZLSPERGER: drama, speech, junior class assistant sponsor, director of dramatic activities. 5 MRS. CATHERINE STAMM: English 10. speech. Pep Club sponsor. 102Fine arts develop students’ talents, appreciation Opportunities to develop many kinds of artistic talents are found in the art and music departments. Art courses, which encompass painting, drawing, sculpturing, art appreciation and art history, enable students to understand and appreciate the skills of artistic creation. The popularity of the art courses has necessitated the addition of another instructor. Musi- cally inclined students are able to ex- press themselves by participating in marching and concert band, orches- tra and vocal music. Despite fears the six-period day would cut enrollment in music classes, both vocal and in- strumental courses are attended by a large number of students. 2 3 4 1 GETTING DOWN TO the concrete de- tails. Bill Rutson and Steve Torry find that art assignments are absorbing. 2 MR. Al V ISER: vocal music, choir. 3 MR. RICHARD DAY: band. 4 MR. STANLEY CLOSS: orchestra. 5 MR. ALLEN JONAS: Art. Art Club. 1032 3 1 INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR adds zest to French class as Ann Dumenil describes— in French—her summer in Sweden. 2 MRS. MARJORIE DEMEL: Spanish. Span- ish Club sponsor. 3 MR. THEODORE FALLESON: Latin. Eng- lish 10. English II. Latin Club sponsor. 4 MR. WILBUR BUSS: German. German Club sponsor. Boys’ Club sponsor. Languages provide passport to many lands at AHS 2 3 Advancements in communication and transportation have drawn countries closer together, making the knowledge of foreign languages increasingly important. At Ames High two-thirds of the student body is becom- ing acquainted with the cultures and languages of other countries through French, German, Spanish, and Latin classes. The language laboratory, records, films and tape recordings are some of the special aids avail- able to language students. Participation in language clubs also helps students learn and benefit from their experiences with foreign languages. 4 1 MR. ROBERT AMMANN: French. French Club sponsor, assistant hall monitors spon- sor. 2 MISS JAN OSBORN: Spanish, art, assist- ant Spanish Club sponsor. 3 THE EFFECTS of Latin on English and other foreign languages are demonstrated by Joyce Christianson. 4 MRS. DOROTHY VANDECAR: French, head of language department. 105Social studies provide insight into world problems Social studies give students a basic knowl- edge of the world outside Ames High School. History, government, international relations, so- ciology and economics classes are geared to provide insight into the political and social problems of the modern world. 1 MR. KENNETH PAGE: economics, govern- ment. Social Committee sponsor, head ot Social Studies department. 2 MRS. HARRIET SHAFFER: American his- tory. International relations. Model UN sponsor. Girls’ Club sponsor. Youth tor Understanding representative. 3 MR. HARLAN D. MILLIKIN: American history, physical education, head varsity track coach. 4 MR. DALE TRAMP: American history, gov- ernment. head sophomore football coach, junior varsity basketball coach, tennis coach. I 2 I I MR. BILL ENQUIST: American history, government. Fire Sguad sponsor. 2 MR. MARVIN SCOTT: world history, American history, debate sponsor. 3 MR. ARNOLD ZEDIKER: government, sociology, assistant sophomore football coach, sophomore basketball coach, assistant varsity track coach. 4 THE PROSECUTING ATTORNEY (Fred Dahm) trios his case against King Georgo III (Jeff Jutting) as a mock trial progresses in Amorican history class. 2 1 MR. DALE HIEDEMAN: trigonometry, analytic geometry, hall monitors sponsor, Math Club sponsor, head of mathe- matics department. 2 MR. PHIL JOHNSON: geometry, head football coach, assistant swimming coach. 3 MR. GEORGE DUVALL: algebra, varsity basketball head coach, golf coach. 4 PROGRAMMING THE NEW satellite computer is a complicated process which Ken Russoll demonstrates for Per Smido and Peg! Weber. 108' Math enters computer age Because mathematics is a basic sub- ject for all students, the math depart- ment offers a variety of courses, rang- ing from applied math to probability and statistics. The math courses are designed to teach the fundamental concepts of mathematics, since this knowledge is needed in all vocational and professional fields. Students in- terested in advanced study in math and science have the opportunity to Stake advanced and enriched math courses. A newly organized math club pro- motes further exploration in the area ■ of mathematics. It provides a chance for the math enthusiast to match his skills with those of the teacher. Pro- gramming the new satellite computer also challenges the students in the club. 1 MRS. CAROLYN IVERSON: algebra. 2 MR. BOB IMPECOVEN: applied and business math, algebra. assistant football coach, assistant wrestling coach, assistant track coach, junior varsity baseball coach, cafeteria su- pervisor. 3 MR. WALTER WOOD: algebra, trig- onometry, analytic geometry, busi- ness math. Boys’ Club sponsor. Math Club sponsor. 4 MRS. MARILYN HANSON: goomo- try, algebra, probability and statistics, Girls' Club sponsor. 1094 1 MR. KENNETH HARTMAN: chemistry. Science Seminar sponsor. 2 MR. ROGER SPRATT: geometry, biology, intramural sports sponsor. 3 MR. CECIL SPATCHER: biology, assistant basketball coach, assistant track coach. 4 THROUGH LABORATORY EXPERIMENTATION, seniors Peter McNabb and Bob Hamilton gain insight and knowledge of tho principles of chemistry. 5 MRS. KAREN JONES: chemistry, algebra. Science Seminar sponsor. noI Science labs take students into new worlds of discovery Excellent laboratory facilities promote the ex- citement of scientific experimentation at Ames High. Students are introduced to three basic areas of science, biology, physics and chemistry, which provide a broad background for advanced work. To meet varying needs of students, two chemistry courses are now offered. Biology cours- es are enriched by observations in Ames High's virgin prairie. Science seminar presents oppor- tunities to investigate subjects not covered in the curriculum. 4 1 MR. RICHARD TRUMP: biology. Scicnco Seminar sponsor, head of science department. 2 MRS. JEAN CRANE: physics, physical science, Science Semi- nar sponsor. 3 MR. JAMES JONES: physics, algebra. Scienco Seminar spon- sor. 4 A HIVE OF BEES in the biology classes fascinates everyone, including Mr. Spratt and Marl Hand. IllWith the completion of the new gym end pool facilities, both boys' and girls' PE programs are being ex- panded to include a much greater variety of activities than was previous- ly possible. Physical education classes introduce students to new sports and help them to discover physical activi- ties in which they are interested. Swimming, field hockey, archery, vol- leyball, creative dance, and ball gym- nastics are a few of the activities of- fered by the PE department, through which students can develop their abil- ities and become physically fit. Sports and skills which can be enjoyed now and in later years are taught. 2 3 1 CREATIVE DANCE and volloyball are com- bincd to provide an interesting boys' PE class. 2 MR. RAY SMALUNG: athletic director, head baseball coach. 3 THE SWIMMING POOL makes it possible to compete in such strenuous sports as water polo. 112■ PE expands activity offerings 1 MR. JACK MENDENHALL: physical education, as- sistant football coach, varsity wrestling coach, as- sistant track coach. 2 MRS. ANNE JACOBSON: physical education. Crea- tive Dance Club sponsor. Synchronettes sponsor. 3 MR. LYLE FITZGERALD: physical education, head swimming coach. 4 MISS V ENDY FOOTE: physical education. GRA sponsor, cheersquad sponsor. 113Home economics adds new courses i Five home economics courses important to successful homemaking are offered at AHS. Girls profit from the practical knowl- edge of sewing, cooking, child care, money management and family living gained from these courses. The home ec program pre- pares girls for entering related occupations, besides opening doors to advanced study in this field. 2 3 1 FROM HER Textiles and Clothing course. Chris Ellinghausen learns how to create the latest fashions. 2 MRS. SUE REEVES: home economics, FHA sponsor. 3 MRS. BLANCHE POHORILLE: work study. 4 MR. HIRAM COVEY: study halls. Fire Squad sponsor, assistant wintor track coach. 114 2 Boys study industrial arts In the Industrial arts department, skills val- uable in industrial and technical vocations are taught. Students learn how to handle equip- ment and materials safely while working on original projects. Courses such as woodworking and auto mechanics teach skills needed for pur- chase and maintenance of industrial products. Drafting courses, beneficial to future engineers, are available for boys not interested solely in technological occupations. 3 1 MR. DON FAAS: auto mechanics, metal shop. 2 A NEW ENGINE ANALYZER is used by seniors Davo Me- Nurlen and Gary Rietz in an auto mechanics project. 3 MR. EDWIN STONE: drafting, electronics, boys' club sponsor. 4 MR. GEORGE MocBRIDE: woodworling. audio visual, junior class sponsor. 115I Secretarial, accounting, and business law and management courses at Ames High are taken by students as preparation for employment in business. Students also learn business skills such as typing and shorthand for convenience in writing re- ports, letters and taking notes. Seniors acquire work experience through distributive in- dustrial and office education programs. Part time jobs and classes related to employment give high school credit along with job training. 1 MR. CHARLES HAVENER: director of industrial educa- tion. 2 MR. MERLE GARMAN: business law, typing, financo committed sponsor, hall monitors, assistanr sponsor. Business gives experience, training 3 MRS. ESTHER BUTTREY: typing, bookkeeping, Awards Committee sponsor, junior class assistant sponsor. 4 ARRANGING AN ATTRACTIVE display case is part of Pat Rader's vocational training. 1162 4 AKIO RUDKLT LMJQ! Nadine Simonson valiantly con- tinuos despite slight tribulations. 5 MRS. WANDA TRULIN: stenography, typing, shorthand, Pop Club sponsor. 6 MR. DARRILL ABEL: distributive education. DECA spon- 1 MRS. SHARON WEAVER: typing. Pep Club sponsor. 2 MRS. AVONELLE GARRETT: typing. American history, guidance. Pep Club sponsor. 3 MISS ROSE O'BRIEN: offico education, cadot teaching, OE Club sponsor. sor. 1172 4 The office is probably the busiest spot at Ames High, especially before and after school and at noon. At these times the office secretaries are kept busy selling tickets, collecting money and handling sign-up sheets for fan buses. The secretaries, along with their usual administrative duties, help students by dittoing announcements and information for clubs and events. 1 OFFICE SECRETARIES: Mrs. Pauline Caldwell. Mrs. Pat Cronlt, Mrs. Daisy Flack. 2 WELL KNOWN to all studonts is Mrs. Lois Carr, the attendance secretary. 3 ALTHOUGH HER OFFICE is hidden in the guidance area, many students are still able to find Mrs. Barbara Florko. the nurso for tho Ames public schools. 4 HAVING MISSED the usual crowd of people found in the offico, senior Rick Stephens is able to turn in his insurance form to Mrs. Daisy Flack. 118 T Cooks, custodial staff keep school fires burning Through careful planning and prepara- tion, the cafeteria staff provides nutritious and inexpensive meals for Ames High stu- dents and faculty. The cooks, along with the school custodians, make the daily life at AHS harmonious by efficiently maintain- ing the high school facilities. 2 LAUNDRY FACILITIES, added to the high school when the gym was completed, are oper- ated by Richard Middonts. AFTER BRAVING a long cafeteria lino, sonior Mike Latta finally reaches the lunch puncher. PRIME MOVER for the custodial staff. Ron (Big Bear) Green moves bleachers in tho gym- nasium balcony. CAFETERIA STAFF, front: Mrs. Cornelia Erick- son. Mrs. Marilyn Larson, Mrs. Donna Sparboe, Mrs. Anna Mae Thiel. Mrs. Irma Matsen, Mrs. Darlene Hade: back: Mrs. Irene Adamson, Mrs. Myrna Baker, Mrs. Verna Scandrott, Mrs. Catherine Ellis, Mrs. Arlene Mullin, Mrs. Ethel Stater. Mrs. Etha Hutchcroft (dietician).Rick Engel heads Senior Class of ’68 The fun and excitement of the graduation activities doesn't happen magically. The group of seniors, elected by their homeroom class- mates, who -assume the responsibility for plan- ning Senior Week is the Senior Senate. Officers this year were Rick Engel, president; Chris Haugen, vice president; Susan Ellis, secretary; and Gay Renee Niemann, treasurer. Never in Ames High history has a class been such a money-maker. From the projects of their junior year, after the Prom bills were paid, the class was able to reduce the individual senior obligations. In addition to their economic suc- cess, the class was scholarly. Of the 368 grad- uating seniors, 13 were Merit Finalists and 23 were commended students. 1 SENIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Rick Engel. 2 SENIOR SENATE—Ann Dumenil, Marlene Daley, Connie Adams. Gay Renee Niemann, Brenda Schu- ctte, Susan Ellis, Charlene Hutchcrofi; second: Susan Seidel. Diane UUestad, Julie Cook; back: Mr. Ritland. Don Wiser, Chris Haugen. Rick Engel, Jan Svcc. Mr. Ripp. ■ o 120GUYALLFREE CAROL ANDERSON JOE ANDERSON JOYCE ANDERSON MARTHA ANDERSON MARGARET ARMSTRONG OLIVIA ARNBAL NANCY ASKELSON EDIE AUGUSTINE OWEN AUSTRHEIM WHIT AYRES DIANNA BACKUS JIM BAIRD DEBY BAKER BATON TWIRLING sonior Gay Reneo Niemann captivated football fans for threo years with exciting halftime per- formances. Work-Study ClassSeniors contribute to winning seasons in track, I MARILYN BARNES TIM BENSON PAM BARR DAVE BUSS BOB BEARD BARB BOCKHOP DEBBIE BALDNER CAROL BELL CRAIG BODEN BRAD BOGENRIEF JULIE BARNES MARY BEN BOW GAIL BAKER JEANNE BAKER 122football, wrestling, basketball, and swimming MARK BORKE DAVID BOYD DIANE BRANDENBURG LARRY BRINK ALYCE BROWN BOB BROWN PATTY BROWN TIM BROWN GAYLE BROWNING I LOSING POUNDS is ono of ihe sacrifices a wrostlor must male. Coach Mendenhall studies the scale as Bill Nichols makes woight. 3 2 A TIME OUT provides a momont for Dave Bliss to adjust a contact Ions for tcammafo Don Agard.368 seniors look forward to spring Commencement JOLENE BRYAN BETH BUCHELE SUSAN BUNCE DAVE BURGAN KAROL BURKHALTER BETTY JO BURNET PAULA BURNS WANDA BUSCH MARLYS BUSICK GREGG CALDERWOOD 124I ANNA CARBREY NANCY CARLSON JOHN CARPENTER BILL CASE DAVID CATUS DARWIN CHADA CINDY CHARLSON CURTIS CHRISTENSEN 1 THE BACKBONE OF GRA poses for a toam portrait. Front: Don Wiser. Larry Brink; back: Stevo Pierce. Stevo Wells. Jan.Svec. 2 TRYING HARD TO PASS a hearing test offered frco to Amos High students is Rich Haugland. 3 JOLLY OLD ST. NICK. Mr. Ripp. took timo out from his workshop to wish Jeanne Baker and all his boys and girls a merry Christmas. 125JULIE COOK BOB CORE KRIS CORRIGAN 1 DON WISER sizes up Scott Garrett for cap and gown. 2 EXCHANGING SENIOR PICTURES is always in vogue as Barb Mortenson and Karon Schulze demonstrato. 3 WRINKLES DON'T EXIST on a hospital bed. as Edie Augustine learns in Nurse Experience. MIKE CLAYBERG MARGO CLEM LEE COLLINS ANN CONNER KOSTA CONSTANTINE DENNIS COOK STEVE COUTURE RON COY DEBORAH COYLE DAVID CRAIG PATSY CROVISIER BETH CUMMINGS Classes provide challenge for all high school seniors NEIL DANIELSON GAIL DAVIS STEVE DAVIS SONE DcMOSS GREG DENGLER 127 KATHY DIBBLE ELFI DOHRMANN STEVE DONHOWE CLAUDIA DuBOIS ANN DUMENIL 5 MONICA ECKSTEIN KATIE EGGLETON JIM ELBERT JACK ELBERT DOUG ELLIOTT SUSAN ELLIS TERRI ELLSON RICK ENGEL JANE ENGELDINGER I THE GREEN ROOM becomes truly green under Jeff Fredericks' efforts. 2 SENIORS WITH FOREIGN BACKGROUNDS add a cosmopolitan atmosphere to Amos High. Posing in the library are Lucia Ruedenberg, Jafar Jafori. Charlotte Schmidt. Offie Sanche:. and Inta Galeis. •Work-Study Class 128Seniors make post graduate plans RAY EPSTEIN BARBIE EVANS GRACE EVERSON HEIDI EXNER ED FAWKES JERRY FINNEGAN GEORGE FIRKINS JANE FISHER JEAN FLEIG ELLEN FODERBURG •Work-Study Clots 129COLLEEN FRANCIS LARRY FRANZ JEFF FREDERICKS JEAN FRENCH INTA GALEJS CHUCK GARLAND SCOTT GARRETT BILL GOOD DON GROOMES MIKE HADAWAY KENT HAGEN SANDY HAGEN JANET HAGUE Pep Club and student body LOYAL SENIOR PEP CLUB GIRLS lino up to greet the Little Cyclones. 130SHERRY HALL BOB HAMILTON DAVE HAMMER STEVE HARRELL MIKE HARRIS boost AHS spirit GREG HARRISON CHRIS HAUGEN RICH HAUGLAND VEE HAZEN BARB HEADY DEAN HELDT SUSAN HEMBROUGH WADE HAUSER TERRI HAYES MIKE HIBBS KATHY HICKMAN JACK HIGHLAND 13113 Merit scholars in Senior Class KATHY HOFSTAD STEVE HOPKINS CHIP HOSTETTER NANCY HOUGE VIOLA HOWE CHARLENE HUTCHCROFT SUSAN INGVOLDSTAD PEGGY ISRAEL ANN IVIS TERRI JACKSON BRUCE JACOBSON KIRK JACOBSON JAFAR JAFARIDOUG JETMUND ANN JOHNSON BETTY JOHNSON GEORGE JOHNSON MARY JOHNSON RICH JOHNSON RON JONES CEDRIC JOSEPH 1 Thirteen Ames High studonts wero honorod by boing selected as National Merit Scholarship finalists. They are. front: Chuck Maurer. Georgo Firkins. Mary Jo Patterson. Ann Legvold. Barb Bockhop. Susan Seidol; back: Nick Judge. Chris Torkildson. Bob Overhulser, Curtis Christiansen. Dave Stone. Mike Hibbs. Bill Rod. 2 FIGURING ONE CARD TABLE is as good as the next for a challenging game, Nick Judgo and Davo Stono sit this ono out. NANCY JUDGb NICK JUDGE GARY KATZ DIANNE KEECH CHUCK KELLOGG •DENNIS KINGSBURY MARK KING •Work-Study Class 133KAYE KLEIN JUDY KLEINSCHMIDT MARILYN KLINE LINDA KNUTSON DAN KOESTNER MARK LADD ALAN LADNER LEE LAFFOON MARY LAGOMARCINO BAYERD LANDE NANCY LANDON 1 ATTENDING BOYS STATE last summer were Greg Harrison. Bob Hamilton. Mike Latta. Doug FIncham and Dave Scott. 2 JEAN FLEIG was chosen to attend Girls State. MIKE LANGE STEVE LARSON 134Five Seniors attend Boys State; Jean Fleig to Girls State LARRY LASCHE MIKE LATTA PATTY LAYTON CANDY LECHNER DONETTA LEE MARLENE LEE ANN LEGVOLD BONNIE LEI BOLD LAURA LENNING JAY LIEDMAN DENNIS LIMING LINDA LOVE STEVE LOVELY V ALT LUCHT JIM LUSCALEET RITA MacBRIDE MARIE MacMONAGLE JERRY McCOY 135MARY MCDONALD EVELYN McGEE TOM McILV AIN KATHY MclNTIRE ROGER McKEOWN MIKE McMILLEN PETER McNABB DAVE McNURLEN LINDA MAGILTON PAULA MAILE BECKY MALMQUIST JENNIFER MATTHEWS CHUCK MAURER MARTIN MEGREGIAN 136 Seniors display emotions varying from extreme exuberance to moments of deep contemplation ?■ JEAN MOLDENHAUER SHERYL MOORE MIKE MORELAND JOHN MILLER TOM MILLER 1 "MOVE IT!" screams Drum Major Dave Scoff. 2 GRUELING HOURS of marching band prae- fice claim Jan Svec as another victim. MARY MILLARD VICKIE MILLS TOM METZLER SHARON MILLIGAN SHIRLEE MORRIS BARBARA MORTENSON MARSHA MOSES 137JIM NEAL BRUCE NELSON CURT NETCOTT JENNY NETCOTT NANCY NEWTON 1 PROTECTING HIS BOOTY against would-bo thieves, Miko Latte wards off Intruders. 2 PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT for senior cheerleaders. BILL NICHOLS JAN NICOLLE GAY RENtE NIEMAN PHIL OSHEL KAY OXLEY BOB OVERHULSER 138 SARA PACKER DEBRA PAPPASAthletes boosted to victory by loyalty, pep, enthusiasm 2REX PIETZ DAVE PULE MARGARET PIRTLE DENNIS PLUMB TED POLITIS DEE POLLARD DAVE POPELKA JULIE PORTER TIM POTTS CAROL POWERS SARA PETERSON ‘Edelweiss’ theme for senior girls’ formal 140 LINDA RICKETTS KAREN ROSE LUCIA RUEDENBERG LINDA ROBERTSON JOAN ROGNESS DAVE RILEY 1 APPRECIATION OF ART FORMS is shared in American Govern- ment by Mr. Zediker and Don V iser. 2 HIPPIE LOVE-INS inspired tired thinkers during breaks of tho ITED tests. ’Word-Study Class 141 I - DENNIS RUNYAN KAREN RUTTERDAVE SAUKE STEVE SAVER AID DIRK SAYERS MARK SCHILL 1 SWEDISH EXCHANGE STUDENT Per Smido males a vatuablo contribution to the spirit of Ames High. 2 BRIGHTENING THE LIVES of many AHS students is Elfi Dohrmann, oxchango student from Germany. 3 LIBRARIAN Mrs. Hoover gratefully recoivcs a donation of books about Alan Ladner's homeland. Australia. Foreign exchange students offer 3 varied cultures 142MARK SCHNEIDER DONNA SCHOENEMAN ANNIE SCHOLTEN MARY JANE SCHOLTES BRENDA SCHUETTE JAN SHEARER LINDA SHERICK PAUL SHERMAN DEBBIE SHIFFLER 143 I - ERNIE SHOENArt develops creativity and individuality DENNY SILLS LINDA SILLS NADINE SIMONSON PER SMIDE LINDA SMITH DAVE STALHEIM DAVE STANIFORTH JOYCE STENERSON RICHARD STEPHENS KAREN STINE 1441 CREATIVITY REACHES toward the abstract, as Rich Stephons explains his art project to Ron Coy. 2 SKETCHING human figures takes talent, as Mary lagomarcino demonstratos. MARGE STOHLMEYER DAVE STONE RON TESDALl ANN THOMAS CHUCK THOMAS BETH THOMPSON TOM THOMPSON CHARLOTTE SVENDSEN KAREN TAYLOR CHRIS TEMPEL DAVE STUCKY NANCY SULLIVAN JAN SVEC I I 1 145JOAN TRUHE TERRY TUTTLE DIANE ULLESTAD CHRISTIE ULMER STEVE UNTRAUER 1 GOING OVER ACT SCORES. Mrs. Whitney explains their slgniflganco to Susan Ellis. 2 COMPLETELY WRAPPED UP In studying Is Lois Splnls. 3 SLEEP COMES EASILY to Pam Barr after a strenuous chemistry experiment. MARLENE UTHE MARGO VAN PATTER 146Vohs, Hamilton head first semester Student Council CATHY WAGNER TOM WEIGEL JIM WALTER PETE WEISS STEVE WEARTH PEGI WEBER BARBARA VAUGHN MARI WALTER DICK VOHS LYNETTE V ACKER •Work Study 147Haugen, Maurer elected for spring government MITCH WELLER STEVE WELLS SCOTT WESSMAN RAY V EST CAROLYN WESTVOLD PAUL WHITE LINDA WICKHAM GARY WIERSON CANDY WILSON ART WIRTZ DON V ISER TIM WOOD ROY WOODROW CHERYL WOODWARD BETH YEAMAN Not Pictured RAY BALDUS NANDI CHENIK DAN GAMMON LONNIE HARLESS MORRIS JACKSON BLAKE McMAHON MAUREEN MATUSESKI DAVE PACE MIKE POUNDS CHARLOTTE SCHMIDT DALE SOBOTKA •Work-Study 148Juniors assume traditional task: the prom Planning and financing of the Junior-Sen- ior Prom is the main responsibility of the Junior Executive Council and the Junior Class. The traditional leaf rakes, Home- coming mum sale, chili suppers, the com- piling and selling of student directories and the student faculty basketball game help to meet the main expenses of this year's prom. JUNIOR CLASS PRESI- DENT Cloy Bauske. POSTERS AND SIGNS, like this ono being put up by Bov Malone, helped publicize Junior Class chili suppors. HOMECOMING MUMS are distributed by Junior Exoc President Cloy Bauske and member Lachy Smith to Tom Svec and Tom Thompson. JUNIOR EXECUTIVE COUNCIL, front: Bonnio Voolkor (secretary), Den- nis Heoly (vico president). Clay Bauske (prosidont), Brenda Blowett (treasurer); socond: Pat Castner, Linda Beal, Marian Carlson, Kathy Brown, Linda Huis- man. Maura Poglar; back: Charlio Ellis, Lachy Smith, Ted Roseboom, Mr. Mac- Bride. 149 -HR 101. front: Kathi McGinnis, Rich Unger, Saundre Corisen, Ranae Farwell. Marianne Stritzel, Fayoq Jafari; second: Cathy Brown. Beth Huntress, Linda Nowton. Craig Alcotr. Julie Poterson, Alison Hammor, Christio Shelby, Peggy Denison; third: Jack Ledot, Kirk Goist, Carol Anderson, Steve Highland, Don Anderson, Charles Greene. Larry Couture. Carol Warner; back: Mr. Hiedcmen, Mark Ketcham, Charlos Ellis, Tony Blocker, Lyle Scandrott, Jack Michelsen, Danny Richardson, John Pagliai. HR 103, front: Cheryl Bailey, Diane Lange. Amy Bateman, Judy Sorensen, Cris Winklor, Sue Moyer; second: Rosie Matuseski, Jan Eldridge, Cindy Kluck, Nancy Bockhop, Janet Patterson, Cheryl Camara, Steve Ward; third: Mr. Wood, Gene Young, Arlene Glosemeyer, Dennis Healy. Ken Russoll, Stow Buck, Linda Jordan, Mary Buck; back: John Norlin, Barry Dayton, Clay Bauske, Gary McNurlcn, Bill Stauder, Jay Siomers, Ron Mahar, David Powell. HR 107, front: Sharon Dozier, Mary BalduS, Cheri O’Brien. Amy Zinobcr, Suo Jellinger, Nancy Brown. Wanda Bergman; second: Beth Weiser, Suzanne Litchfield, Todd Michael. Stanly Topponborg, Louise Pille, Jim Hoff- man. Ric Van Doren; third: Mr. Spatcher, Suo Silvorthorn, Brenda Linstrom. Norma Kilstrom. Craig Boylan, Suo Haviland, Marian Carlson, Mary Suo Rigg, Suo Francis: back: Greg Mulhall, Richard Patterson, Reid Craw- ford. Steve Anderson. Dave Klatt, Richard Sorenson. Honry Hannusch, Robert Scott. Duane Beard, Terry Lewis. 150HR 201, front: Kyta Reichardt, Ann Sorovy, Linda Petefish, Janet Hagon, Toni Cantonwine. Carol Huffer, Jim Hildobrand: second: Jeannine Renfeldt, Mairi Larson. Mike Owon, Barb Beckman, Tim Eliott, Kathy Richards, Marlono Mullica, Karen Kellogg: third: Mrs. Garrett, Carl Anderson, Dennis Larson, Ray Bickerstaff. Pam Breckonridge, Bonnie Voelkcr. John Wolf, Gary Catus, Lynda Lovo; back: Steve Hemstreot, Bruce Sandvo, Mark Mathison, Stove Roinsch, Ron Jordan, Stephen Graham. Marcia Amonson, Jano Fauerby, Dennis Swanson. GREG MULHALL and Dennis Healy participate in the Junior class leaf rake. HR 207, front: Rita Burns. Susie Leo, Goorgia Grimes, Deena Lee, Jane Holdren, Margaret Bowen, Glenda Love: second: Mary Lou Van Voorhis, Judy Crovisier, Jan Steel. Bonnie Kalton, Linda Beal. Gail Pepper, Becky Seiser, Mary Jo Alfred: third: Mr. Scott, Jim Larson. Gary Jones. Terry Quinn, Mark Bockloy, Wade Welshons, Nancy Ray, Betty Burton, Jim Heers; back: John Gossard, Chuck Carter, Kim Sand, Doug Sampson, Ed Oslund, Lance Domek. Mike Stohl- meyer, Randy Cochran. HR 208, front: Wendy Tomp- kin, Janico Baker, Sindy Schminkey. Dorothy Richards, Debbie Warren, Rhonda Phil- lips. Marilyn Fox. Marsha Hickman; socond: Pam Kil- lam, Marilyn Dowell. Chuck Schoenenbergor. Jim Pratt, Ruthann Benson, John Parks, Mary Hathaway, Kathy Brown: third: Karen Carlson, Monica Smiloy, Jan Sibley, Kirk Van- decor, Carla Morion. Wally Smith, Bob Rohrbough, Steve Boyd: back: Mrs. Shaffer, Lowell Kingsbury, Danny Craig. Curt Hill. Joff Lemish, Steve Mooro, Brent Andorson, John Hand. Diano Zimmerman. ■ 51HR 210, front: Connie Fosho. Carla Arnbal, Kathi McKorn, Nanci Hoiror, Janot Bonoto, Nadine Nimj, Suo Potorson; second: Mary Warner, Ginger Brown, Dawn Carlson, Sharon Burns, Linda Koirtanor, Mar- garet Huntress, Sue Thomas, Lauri Rey: third: Mrs. Whitley. Steve Halterman. Cyndy Shor- ten, Bill Palmer, Gary Zeliadt, Mike Loo, Liz Disnoy. Rich Evans; back: Jim Rogers. Lachy Smith, Harlan Andorson, Bob Vanco. Carl Schneider, Ed Cox, David Konworthy, Dennis Mooro. FOLK GUITAR ENTHUS- IASTS includo Pat Castner and Sandy Underhill. HARD WORK and en- thusiasm, as displayed by Kathy Brown, make the junior class leaf rako a suc- cess. "MIRROR, MIRROR on the wall," says Teresa Beer, as make-up is applied for the play. DETERMINEDLY putting his foot into the ball is Dell Brown. 152HR 212. front: Jana Renfeldt, Becky Davis, Jenny Shank, Kathy Carey, Linda Hutchison. Chris Hakes: second: Steve Smith. Patti Fisher. Jill Kompthorne, Gary Mackey. Bar- bara Fagen, Linda Huisman, Jeff Jutting. Lynda McConkey: third: Mr. Zediker, Wayno Wynne. Don Page. Anne Brown. Jeff Hensloy. Jim Clark. David Toms. Carolyn Beem: back: Tim Reynolds. Claudia Morlan. Maryann Mossmer. Conrad Anderson. Max Wellhouso. John Haas. Sonjia Amonscn, Marian Stoncberg. HR 3C4. front: Lisa Fritz, Irene Bar- cus, Janice Overland. Lorainc Hed- dloston. Kathy Smith, Sandy Christenson: socond: Linda Elliott. Jody Wengort, Arleta Holley. Judy Twotten, Jeanne Jones, Bill Hatten, Barb Buck; third: Mrs. Vegors. Marilyn Saul. Marion Martin, John Waggonor. Roger Nickel. Mark Speck, Terry Lambert, Debi Knud- son. Ann Pohl: back: Ron Fiscus, Ted Rozeboom, Dell Brown. Fred Dahm, Jim Lytton, Ed Pier. Biff Baird, Tommy Hostetter. HR 310, front: Pam Spicer. Donna Larson. Pat Moldenhauer. Elaine Hockman. Julie Untrauer. Peggy Joseph, Maura Peglar; socond: Vicki Erbe. Joellyn Borke, Kristin Albertson. Jon Odor, Ivan Romero. Linda Cress, Becky Batman; third: Mrs. Anderson, Janet Ramsey, Roger Stephenson, Marsha Gonser. Davo Dolling. Ernie Jones. Sharon Parks, Joanne Soalock; back: Dennis Pyle. Rex Heer. Rob Simpson. Jim Ryan, Brian Johnson, Bruce Calhoun, David Vandeventer. Greg Macheak. 1 153HR 312, front: Margo Weiss, Elaine Tadlock, Gloria Zmolek, Cindy Johnson. Marcia Tweed: second: Judy Tilley, Nancy Fribley. Mary Hazen, Wally Holdrcdge. Debbie Hansen, Nancy Black, Pat Castnor: third: Mrs. Thompson Shellie Orngard. Mike Cross, Paul Webb. Kurt Ante, Denis Finch, Tom Ross. Bov Malone: back: Chuck Voss, Sandy Bap- pe, Rich Peterson, Linda Dun- Icavy. Gale Myers, Dave Link, Dick Bristol, Mitch Roth. HR 313. front: Cindi Page. Bev Buck Jayne Eilts, Linda Schlapia. Colleen Jones. Janet Saxton: second: Kaye Soesbe. Jane Hicks, Dick McDonald, Bob Nilsson, Bill Davis. Pryor Ward. Danna Pollard, Pat Gammon: third: Mrs. Weaver, Steve Siedelmann, Steve Brunia, Kathy Coon, Tracey Lambert. Mike Rushing. Barb Bartels. Amy Kraft, Lee Ann Tysseling: back: Joyce Mat- ters, Jerry Bartruff, Harry Fortney. Josh Sharlin, Jim Speer. Carl Hcaberlin, John Popelka. Marshall Bennett, Brenda Blewett. STATISTICS. NECESSARY for an efficient team, arc taken by manager Jerry Bartruff. HR 129, front: Delbert Jones. Jeannette Strand. Joe Anderson, Vicki Linder. Sue Bell: second: Karen Rutter. Bruce Kingsbury, Mike Manchester. Tom Weigel, Bruco Davidson. Barbio Evans: back: Mrs. Pohorille, Carolyn Sesker, Paul Lybeck, Douglas Elliott. Ronnie Beach. Dennis Kingsbury. 154Largest soph class ever learns ropes The largest sophomore class in AHS history, totaling 412 students, was in- ducted into AHS life by participating in sophorientation, football, basketball, track and other activities. There are fifteen soph homerooms this year, com- pared with the usual twelve. 1 SOPH QUARTERBACK Greg Peterson executes on end sweep while Rob Wilson ond Mike Owing block Lincoln Railsplit- ters. 2 DAISIES DO TELL of office procedure. Mrs. Daisy Flack explains things to this enthralled group of sophomores. 3 ABRACADABRA! Chuck Knabc demon- strates his magical control of the ball. 4 "EASY DOES IT." says Tom Mickle, as he adjusts Den Healy's shoulder pads. 5 THE TRUTH IS OUT! Mary Heggen finds out that Nancy Houge is her "Big Sis." 2 155 -HR III. front: Sue Wilder. Lynn Cummings, Lesa Mal- colm, Ricky Lee. Terianne Pappas, Vicky Brekke, Kate Whoatley, Mary Greene: sec- ond: Mi:s Osborn. David Anderson, Holly Exner, Kathy Jackson, Nancy Timmons, Carla Allison, Debbie Heldt. Judy Catus: third: Randy Johnson, Craig Morris. Dan Hade. Benny Best. Don Christianson. Cynthia Larson, Kathy Scholten; back: Daryl Thcrson. Danny Sydnes. David Sidles, Tom Hildebrand. Phil Riley, Chris Dvergsten. Steve Pace. HR M2, front: Theresa Parker. Ann Davidson. Paigo Chenik. Kathi Matuseski, Shoila Gre- well, Cyrie Lamoglia; second: Linda Smith, Paula Hermann, Kris Link. Pat Anderson. Ali- son Schuefte, Annetto Brown, Peg Trow; third: Mary Lou Williams, Mimi Fields, Curt Mosier, Brad Sills, Mark Rob- ertson, Tim Linder. Dave Gibbs. Debbie Burton: back: Robert Cole. Dan Black. John Nordyko, Lynn Jolly. Randy Stotts. Mike Anderson. Chuck Tonne. HR 114. front: Doreen Hagen, Joyce Jarvis. Carol Davis. Steve Torry. Donna Smith: sec- ond: Ann Mehle. Ron Jones. Debbie Schumann. Bruce Paley. Mary Littlohale. Ken Robinson; third: Becky Will- rich. Connie Truhe, Mary Fin- negan, Jon Lyttle, Kathy Brown, Joyce Christensen. Marsha Hoag. Linda Angle: back: Mr. Spratt. Bruce Smith. Tom Bledsoe. Hugh Collins, Keith Hoff. Steve Terry. Gary Good. Joel Wilcox. 156HR 118, front: Pat Bailey. Donise Methenoy. Judy Church. Carla Sogard. Mina Toksoz, Linda Davis: socond: Laura Scott. Irma Holder. Vicky Hag- orty. Christy Bachman. Charlotto Potors. Mark Smith; third: Lou Ann Brown. Diane Fitz, David Erickson. Van Houlson. Cathy Johnson. Bruce Bo- den, June Lokken; fourth: Mr. Enquist. Craig Jor- dan. Bill Wildman, Roland Good. Richard Roche, Andy McCullough. Jim Pantenburg. Bob Mudd. HR 121. front: Jeff Ben- son. LaDonna Mackey, Jacquie Larsen. Linda Evans. Crystal Carr. Mor- ley Hegstrom. Becky Al- derman: second: Peggi Saul. Pat Benson. Angola Green. Jean Jackson. Stan Welp. Vicki Wicr- son. John Christensen, Lynettc Thompson: third: Mike Morgan. Becki Smith. Robert Ray, Paul Johnson. Jim Drummond, Penny Crom. Linda Ox- ley Kristy Knoer; fourth: Mr. Stone. Greg Gerjets, Douglas Lechner. Mike Owings. Bruce Thomson, Craig Allfree. Stephen Hib'os. David Swenson. HR 127. front: Janino Peterson. Dixie Hansen. Nancy Sprague, Lois Up- church, Marcia Clark; second: Ursula Rucden- berg. June Eakins, Pam Bappe. Becky Seim. Kar- en Young, Mary Millor. Karolo Hoskins: third: Linda Jones. Marti Lovely. Robert Kane. Gary Gunnerson, Bob Van Voorhis, Lynne Bur- dick. Ralph Euchor. John Baker; back: Mr. John- son, Mike Coyle, Mark Thompson. Konny Wood. Mace Bowen. S t o v o Sampson. Bob Myers. Tim McGee. 157HR 130. front: Cheryl Spohn- heimer. Helena Holdren. Kathy Tuttle, Deanna Clarlt. Janet Corrigan. Cindy Dietz. Gene Grewell: iccond: Sue Middle, Brenda Taylor, Jan- elle Johnson, Romey Thomp- son, Greg Sneva, Tina Hagge, Susan Brown. Charles Davis: third: Agnes Epstein, Ren Erickson, Jeff Borron. Bill Munson. Mike Couture. Kerry Joseph. Carole Peterson, Lynn Banks: back: Amy Seastrand, Robert Wilson. Jim Baker. Denny Sampson. Kirk Var. Scoy, Charles Parker, Paul McFarland Bernice Wood- ley. HR 202. front: Sherry Cle- mens, Vicki Howell. Dan Fer- guson, Cindy Ustrud. Bill Rut- zen, Laura Hopes; second: Mary Frederick. Linda Peter- son. Bill Snook, Rick Van Winkle. Bill Kathmann. Dale Woodward. Susan Kaldor; third: Janet Ekbcrg. Vickie Sutterberg. Ro anne Barn- house, Ron Pedersen, Margie Mott. Judith Jeska, Bob Bruce: back: Mr. Ammann. Lori Burnet. Steve Baker, Dave Huston. Steve Crawford, Dan Sargent, Mike McLaughlin, Craig Haqeman. HR 301, front: Pam Borke. Be- Burns, Lark Muse, Mary Shaughnessy, Beth Kastner. Nancy Stephenson: second: Sue Peterson, Jim Percival. Karen Bath. Karen Frey. Nancy Coleman. Lynn Ballard. Laura Lyman, Chris Elling- hauser; third: Karen Uthe. Marc Hand. Wayne Woolley, Dann Cross. Eric Sayre. Jody Fisher. Debby Howerton. Gary Deal: back: Mrs. Vandecar. Steve Wacker. Kevin Madden. Dave Hunziker. Scott Burga- son. Don Keller. Gary Sprouse. Kelton Nelson. 158HR 303, front: Chorio Hurl- but, Debbi Myers. Becky Uthe, Linda Collins. Nanette Netcott: second: Penny Ellis. Celeste Stevens. Darrel Simon- son, Judy Lytton, Kurt Schaef- fer. Barb Bush. Art Staniforth: third: Mrs. Dcmel. Robb Wall- in. Paula Powell, Gary Burk- halter. Steve Ness. Doug York, Greg Peterson; back: Roger Banks. Susan Haugsted. Cheryl Friesen. Doug Fosberg, Jon Humiker. Stan Harlan, Bill Curry. Lacy Kelloy. HR 305. front: Pam McCann. Lucinda Doty. Jim Bartruff, Jan Siecfelmann, Mike Wardle, Cyndi Hutchinson; second: Connie Beard. Sharon Brun- ing. Karine Fritsch. Rick But- ler, Valerio Emdia, Cathy Bushore, Ruth Olson; third: Dean Newton. Susan Provow, Bob Hyer. Mike Young. Craig Stephonson. Nancy Haynes. Tom Dalton, Kathy Kolly; back: Mr. 8uss. Paul Mickelson, Doyle Kopley. Wayne Harris. Mike Schill, Marv Peterson, Virgil Fowles. Carol Vaughn. HR 309. front: Cynthia Quinn, Jane Healey. Bob Kern, Beth Iben, Mark Hauser. Tom Mickle, Vivian Bushore: sec- ond: Jeanne Weber. Jenni McElherne. Barbara Orning. John Israel. Denise Stritzel. Lyla Sills. Nancy Cooper; third: Mr:. Austin, Joe Cal- hoon. Mar Hall. Karl Schloerke, Bev Beckman, Ann K'ein. Julie Fritz: back Deb- bie Engel. Doug Steward. Tom Franklin. Richard Peterson. Jon Nissen. Scott Watson, Doug Bates. Sherilyn Kelso. 159HR 314, front: Katherine Ken- nedy. Janice Ingram, Melanie Cottrill, James Stewart, Pam Boll; second: Richard Ivis, Jeani Byriel, Chris Schmidt, Ruth Frame. Marlene Warren, Barb Heggen; third: Mrs, Stamm, Sandra Orton. Nancy McKeown, Sheryl Epperly. Rich Canon, Steve Oates. Anna Swenson; back: Peg George, Maurice Miller, Tom Polhcmus, Chuck Knabe. John Heer, Michael Bear, Mike Webb. Debbie Silverthorn. HR 315, front: Pat Cameron, Rachel Knutson. Val Sauko, Janet Erickson, Judy Mc- Mahon. Frank Powers. Jill Ostrom: second: Jeff Shelton, Barb Benner, Jan Simpson. Bonnie Sondvc. Chris Woerth, Pam Swenson, Judy Heggen: third: Bob Sanderson. Wes Knutson, Carol Coupal, Brian Johnson, Tom Fryar. Tom Svec. Tom Montag. Geof Carpenter; back: Mr. Garman. Wesley Goottsch, Jim Searls, Brian Helland, Chris Beaty, Mike Davis. Ian Weber, Joan Iveson. HR 317 front: Marlene Ething- ton. Mary Benscnd. Jim Her- rick, Conni Craig, David John- son: second: Gary Owen, Anna Megregian. Mary Heg- gon. Pam Sotre, Mary Jo Overland, Anne Kcerber; third: John Moore, Barb Wheelock, Jeff Kunerth. Jonathan Buss. Don Swan, Eric Weiss: back: Mrs. Buttrey. Valerie Tesdall. Scott Gay, Chuck Shearer. Stove Carter, Nancy MacBride. Bill Dodd, Lisa Gonsor. 160Buying and selling: memories of cooperation"ARE YOU SURE this- is the way to fix a flat tire? BROWN'S SINCLAIR Brakes, Tune-ups, Mufflers, Complete Lubrication 105 E. Lincoln Way Station Phone—233-1057 Office Phone—232-9769 HARRIS TV APPLIANCE Frigidaire and RCA Victor Dealers VAN VOORHIS CO. Clothes for the Young Man College Hall and Capps Suits Gant of New Haven Bostonian Shoes 2520 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-5345 • WARD'S HAS QUALITY down pat." says Pat Rader. • AIR CONDITIONING • PLUMBING • HEATING • SHEET METAL Ph. 232-6270 Ph. 232-8081 162BREAK THROUGH!!! HEAD tor Strand»!!! BOB'S MILEAGE Complete Service for Your Car 311 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-9836 ALLEN MOTOR CO. Chevrolet—Corvair Buick 5th and Douglas Ph. 232-2462 STRAND PAINT COMPANY — TOM DEE SANDWICHES THAT ARE SATISFYING MAID-RITE COPYRIGHT 1934-MAID-RITE PRODUCTS, INC . Serving You in Two Locations 107 Main and 423 Main Where Friends Meet to Eat Congratulations, Seniors! S. HANSON LUMBER CO. 212 Duff Ph. 232-5152Sunbeam—Alpine—Tiger Dart—Dodge—Charger MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE ALLAN MACHINE SHOP No Job Too Large or Too Small 224 Duff Ph. 232-6505 Lincoln Way and Kellogg Ph. 232-2551 START CARVING. GLORIA, because Nancy and Sara are starving! RICHARDS' Serving Buffet Noon and Evening West Lincoln Way CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! AMES FRUIT GROCERY Second and Elm 24th and Grand DUNLAP MOTOR COMPANY OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Colorado and Lincoln Way Ames, Iowa I165 J a LITTLE CYCLONE CLUBPatrons of the Ames High SPIRIT Ames Dental Study Club Dr. Lowell D. Bond Joseph H. Buchanan Ray Cook Construction Co. Buck Construction Co., Inc. Dr. R. T. Drummond Dr. Thomas D. Gartin Lunde Realty and Insurance Dr. J. R. McClean Dr. Keith A. McNurlen Dr. Lee E. Rosebrook Schierholz-Loken Chiropractic Offices Smith Animal Clinic Kenneth W. Smith i 166WATERS' FIRESTONE KNAPP INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. A. B. "BEEZER" KNAPP "Insurance Is Our Only Business" 616 Kellogg Ph. 232-7060 ORNING GLASS CO. Auto Glass—Mirrors—Plate Glass Patio Doors—Shower Doors Ames, Iowa 319 Lincolnway 232-3764 - ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN RAY'S PAINT AND BODY SHOP Wreck Rebuilding Expert Spraying Frame Repair Glass Installation THIS ATTRACTIVE DRESS IS just ono of ♦he many that Carolyn can show you at Younkor . YOUNKER 404 E. Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6205 J "Satisfaction Always" 323 Main Ph. 232-2320 167I ■ Photo by Stevo Ward Steve Wearth Ron Coy Steve Saveraid Bill Nichols Owen Austrheim WRESTLING LOAFERS' UNION "Conserve Thy Energy" Congratulations, Seniors Good Luck, Class of 1968 [Fareway Store I 1 1 1 UlMIMICM KX)1 l)IM 1IIII' IIQS | SCHOENEMAN LUMBER COMPANY Garden-Fresh Vegetables Orchard-Fresh Fruits The Best in Meats Complete Stock of HEADQUARTERS FOR HARDWARE Paint — Plywood — Lumber and All Other Building Supplies Nationally Advertised Canned Foods Main and Northwestern t Oven-Fresh Pastries Ph. 232-2372 168 Congratulations to the Class of 1968 and Continued Success to Ames High the McFarland clinicYOUR SCHOOL RING . . . Your (tool ring it i tan: 11 I t« give roinp’- !• -utisfac CARTER PRESS, INC. Creative Printers and Lithographers 206 WELCH AVE. AMES. IOWA COMPARE THESE SCHOOL RING FEATURES lion. An' n' found de- fectu •• i m il ■ 'i.il or wnrlni '.i;1 il -ill) lline. • A new dimension in quality and custom design • Extra deep die cut engraving mirror polished lettering • Any year of graduation may be ordered, cither past or future, at no extra charge • Rings may be ordered ot any time by Freshmen. Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors to be worn during their years in high school -FAST DELIVERY • I0K (Plumb) gold with over 200 Brinell hardness for lasting beau- ty and wear • A full display of brilliant im- ported hand cut stones are avail- able for you to treasure a life- time You ore invited TODAY to see your beautiful new school ring . . . wi' he ri'pairs pl.l' ■ ! without charge. ■ — FRANGOS RESTAURANT FOUNTAIN SERVICE PIZZA STEAKS and CHOPS 210 Main Street Ph. 232-9710 ENGELDINGER'S WIDE VARIETY of clothes appeals to petite Karen Shulze. SHERYL SAYS BUYING your perfume at Fastco’s makos scents. FASTCO DRUG 411 Kellogg Ph. 232-3161 YOUNG PEOPLE’S OUTFITTERS 314 Main 232-4705Congratulations, Seniors! UNION STORY TRUST SAVINGS BANK "Your Friendly Main Street Bank" AMES BANKING CENTER SINCE 1882 Main at Burnett Ph. 232-2362 Office at North Grand Shopping Center BALDUS REAL ESTATE INS. 103 S. 3rd (in Tuttle Bldg.) LARRY B. BALDUS DICK PEARSON Office Ph. 232-6007 Res. Ph. 232-7862 or 232-7457 The Place to Meet Your Friends When You Attend I.S.U. L-WAY CAFE CAMPUS TOWN AFTER THE GAME TOM'S GRILL "Creators of Good Food" DOWNTOWN AMES DURING VACATION 171House of Fashion 308 Main St. Ames THEY'LL LOVE IT when you say it with flowers from Everts. PH Euerts “I LIKE BOTH of them but I can’t keep beating around the Busch.” say; Wanda. BROWN-SHOE FIT 'JfatcottfUtcf s4ctventiAed 313 Main Ph. 232-6633 BATES JEWELERS WATCHES OMEGA—BULOVA Headquarters For Smart Jewelry Styles Sterling and Gold Charms—Charm Bracelets Pierced Earrings and Pendants 2400 Lincoln Way Phone 232-2515 FLOWERS • GIFTS • CANDIES 412 Burnett Ph. 232-5635 172 •Stepli enAon A DL creative woman J fashion companion THIS STUFFED GIRAFFE in Nimi' toy department is Jan Shearer's favorite. Smartest in Fashion Finest in Quality MEN, BOYS AND WOMEN Serving the Beit With the Beit Phone 232-1481 or 232-1482 225 Mein Street Amet. Iowa Main and Burnett Ph. 232-6135 precision typewriters office supplies—cameras HECHT’S 209 main st.—phone 232-2467 North Grand Rexall Drug North Grand Shopping Center WALTER REXALL DRUG 217 Main RUSSELL STOVER CANDY PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS GREETING CARDS BABY NEEDS TOYS iL ------------------------ GET THESE GOOD buys and many more at Oslund Drug. OSLUND'S DRUG 308 Main Ph. 232-6342 173H F BUILDERS AND HUNZIKER FURMAN REALTY 803 24th St. New Homes and Real Estate Sales 232-4214 JIMS "66 across from the Highway Commission Heated 25c Self-service Car Wash Complete Car Service ENJOYING THE NEW insido eating facilities at Henry’s are football lettermen Stevo Lovely, John Carpenter and Jacl Highland. HENRY’S DRIVE-IN OPEN YEAR ROUND Sunday—Thursday || A.M.—II P.M. Friday—Saturday II A.M.—12 Midnight 174 Ph. 232-5613 524 Lincoln Way AMES, IOWAIT IS EVIDENT from Charlene's picture that beautiful portraits come from Wollhouse Photographors. Wellhouse Photography Durlam 6c Durlam Known for Good Clothes For shopping convenience use our new entry way from the city parking lot. 226 Main St. Ames, la. Ph. 232-3261 240 Main 232-4640 For Over 57 Years HEADQUARTERS FOR Gifts Books Stationery Typewriters Greeting Cards Office Supplies School Supplies Photographic Supplies AMES STATIONERS 238 Main St.—Ph. 232-4161 175pays to look your best. Let a professional dry cleaner take care of your clothes. AMES PANTORIUM Finest in Cleaning 410 Douglas Ph. 232-4302 STOKES LOVES STRUMMING on tho new guitars at Eschbach. Si’s Phillips’ MUSIC HOUSE Home of the Magnificent Magnavox 302 Main Ames, Iowa 24th and Grand Complete Car Service PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Ph. 232-3624 AMES HIGH HY-VEE In Campustown at 112 So. Sheldon Downtown at 207 So. Duff 176 —Featuring— Broiled Jim Miller's Hamburgers CHARCO'S DRIVE-INN RESTAURANT Ktntudoj fried Qtkkm "Take Home" Hiway 69 South Ames 511 Lincoln Way Ames VARSITY CLEANERS For the Service You Want When You Want It. 120 Hayward Ph. 232-1055 LANDSBERG PHARMACY University Rexall 2402 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-5175 AS PART OF Amos High’s Co-op program. Miko Clay- berg gains valuable ©«perience working at Ponnoy’s. J. C. PENNEY'S JL 177RAY JEWELERS Quality Diamonds REGISTERED JEWELER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 220 Main Street Ph. 232-4761 AMES LUMBER COMPANY 501 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-4772 HILL'S STUDIO 2530 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-4570 MR. HOSSLE IS always ready to help with your photo needs. GRAND AVENUE WALT'S NEWSSTAND STATION Hallmark Greeting Cards, Magazines, Books "Your Slcelly Man" 13th and Grand Ph. 232-4631 221 Main Street Ph. 232-0455 Lincoln Center Ph. 232-3113 178  'HI f04€ ® Agency, Incorporated • The Spot for Homes A Complete Real Estate Service for City Property All Types of Personal and Commercial Insurance Ph. 232-6401 426 5th Street Ames, Iowa WHAT DO YOU think, boys?" Ask the e»perts at Deep Rock. Real Estate: Bill Vogt Chuck Sondrol Insurance: Al Stoll Don Corrigan Neal Popelka LARSON'S DEEP ROCK SERVICE 517 Lincoln Way Ames Insist Upon O'NEIL'S QUALITY CHECKED ICE CREAM AND MILK Look for the Big Red Check Mark LETS SEE. HOW about a Town Cafe Special?" says Steve Wells to Cheri O'Brien, waitress at the Town Cafe. For Your Dining Pleasure The Town House Restaurant HOTEL SHELDON MUNN O'NEIL DAIRY COMPANY AMES IOWA 179 mriCongratulations 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. DEPENDABLE SINCE 1869 SO THAT'S WHERE they keep all the horses!" ox- claims Dave Bliss to bystanders Don Agard and Bill Case. OLSON'S "66" SERV. "The gasoline that won the West" 232-3274 BARB FINDS FINE fashions at Bobby Rodgers. 510 L-way Ames, Iowa 25c Self-serve Car Wash Automatic $1.00 Car Wash Downtown Shop 312 Main Ph. 232-5314 College Shop 2406 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6850 180•AW OH. OH. NOW I got it! " says Linda Ricketts as she gives L da Smith the scoop on Catcher in the Rye. STUDENT SUPPLY STORE Spiral Notebooks—Pens and Pencils Loose Leaf Ring Books—Notebook Paper Sweat Shirts—Paperbacks SEE US FOR ALL YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2424 Lincolnway Ph. 232-7665 «-------------------------------------- HOW ABOUT THIS one?" asks Charlcno Schmalzried. California Fashions For the Young and The Young at Heart! 307 Main HANSEN'S MOBIL STATION Lincoln Way at Kellogg Ph. 232-9715 181 I After School After the Game Or If You're Just Driving Around . . . BEE VEE DRIVE-IN 24th and Grand Ames When Your Shoes Need Repairing, Think of ARCHIE GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR 107 WELCH IN CAMPUSTOWN CAMPUS DRUG Drugs Cosmetics U.S. POST OFFICE 2430 LINCOLN WAY Ph. 232-4252 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! Wo hope to continuo serving you in your college years. See us for that perfect wardrobe— the newost in college apparel. TINA HAGGE AND Ann Serovy admire one of the new sweater dresses at Town and Campus. TOWN CAMPUS 2514 Lincoln Way (Across From Friley Hall) THE BOOTERY Sheldon Munn Bldg. Always Young Fashion Shoes NINA—SANDLER TOWN COUNTRY—VOGUE THE BOOTERY Bulova, Longines, Croton and Wittnauer Watches Watch Repairing Towle and International Sterling Silver SWANK’S JEWELRY 319 Main 232-6460 DUNN LUGGAGE AND LEATHER STORE Ladies' Handbags Samsonite, American Tourister, Skyway Luggage Billfolds, Brief Bags, Attache Cases 310 Main Street Ph. 232-6260 183• WHICH SWEATER WILL it be?” ash Brenda Schuotte as she looks over the fine selection at White's. Everything in Hardware for the Home We take pride in having the biggest and most complete variety of kitchen wares, tools, paints, electric table appliances and gift wares CARR WHITE'S SPECTATOR HARDWARE Headquarters for Smart Sportswear 219 MAIN Ph. 232-1381 Ph. 232-6324 Charge Accounts Welcome NOW SERVING AMES AND IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY WITH TWO LOCATIONS • Main Bank—5th and Kellogg in Downtown Ames • New University Office—Located at 2320 Lincoln Way with TWO DRIVE-UP TELLER WINDOWS FOUR INSIDE TELLER WINDOWS CUSTOMER PARKING SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT NIGHT DEPOSITORY First Itmorm Bnniy AMES'- IOWA 184 MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONORIGINALS BY it r ||| jyj SB MftHUf ACTURIHO MFG. CO. AMES • IOWA 185tUtt-inel PAINTS W WALLPAPER COLLEGE PIPE SHOP Your Corner English Pipe and Tobacco Store Picture Artist 214 Fifth Framing Supplies Ph. 232-5265 Corner of Lincoln Way and Welch ■p- MM ■ ■ instant enerqy ■ NATURAL GAS DIVISION J iowa electric light and power company Iowa Electric is proud to serve and be a part of the Ames Community School District Seaufy cmXA yawi ANDERSON'S BEAUTY SALON 7 Operators To Serve You 2528 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-2155 GIFT AND CHINA SHOP China—Crystal Decorating Accessories 413 Douglas Ph. 232-4215 186VAN VOORHIS GREENHOUSE “When you think of flowers, think of ours.” Hwy. 69, North WEST STREET GROCERY CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 67! 52 Years of Banking Service to Ames and Central Iona . . . ► . . . if you're an Ames High student, your parents—or even your grandparents—have benefitted from the many banking services of UNIVERSITY BANK AND TRUST. We've been growing with Ames since 1916. More than 52 senior classes ago, we began our long tradition of wanting to serve you better. Our new downtown office at Main Street and Grand Avenue offers full banking services from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, until noon Saturdays. Two drive-up teller lanes assure you of fast, efficient service. UNIVERSITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Full Banking Services at 2 Convenient Locations Campustown and Downtoivn . . . To Serve You Better A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MIDWEST TRANSPORTATION CHARTER BUS 232-7270 1003—2nd ST. AMES, I A. INC. BUSES TO CHARTER FOR SCHOOLS, CAMPS, CLUBS, BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS, COLLEGE GROUPS 187I HOLTZ AND NAIRN AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate EARL HOLTZ BILL NAIRN DEAN KNUTSON 511 Main Street MATH ISON MOTORS FOR A CHANGE. Chris is getting pinned. THROUGH RAIN. THROUGH sleet, through snow, your friendly corner's on the go. HOUSE OF FL O WERS 6th and Grand Ph. 232-5432 When the occasion demands the best . . . Always depend on Coe’s. It is our pleasure to serve the students of Ames High School. Ford - Falcon - Fairlane - Thunderbird - Mustang Low Cost Financing 323 Fifth Ph. 232-5521 DES MOINES REGISTER AND TRIBUNE 2500 Lincoln Way 30H 2 Kellogg 188JOE WHEELOCK CONOCO SERVICE "NO. PAGE. YOU can’t get it under your letter iaclet!" Conoco Products Tires and Accessories 6th and Douglas Ph. 232-4544 =ai The Favorite Clothing Store For Young Men. VISIT OUR STUDENTS SHOP FLOOR COVERINGS! LINOLEUM-CARPETING—TILES RUGS—CERAMICS—FORMICA Ph. 232-4151 402 Main Street Ames, Iowa "Home means more when the carpet on your floor is from Heaton's." "I DON'T CARE if I havo had a hot fudge sundae, I'm still hungry." 801 Lincoln WayPHOTO FINISHING Color—Block and White Enlarging Personal Graating Cards Polaroid Copias Billfold Picturas COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Architactural Industrial Campanila Iowa Stata Univarsity Ames’ Only PHOTO FINISHERS Since 1948 121 Main P.O. 908 THE COUGARS AT Larry Peterson's are still running wild. LARRY PETERSON MOTOR CO. Mercury—Lincoln—Comet English Ford—Triumph 363 SO. DUFF Ph. 232-7474 PIZZA HUT TUTTLE'S THERMOGAS AND APPLIANCE INC. 233 South Duff—Ames, Iowa Ph. 232-2610 IVAN L. TUTTLE, Owner Prescription Specialists APOTHECARY SHOP 218 MAIN 521 DUFF DAVE IS RILED at Kayo for ordering on anchovy-onion pizza. 335 S. Duff 232-2880 Eaf In—Carry Out 190MARION'S SANDWICH SHOP Try Our Delicious BEEF-BURGERS Across from the Ford Garage 326 5th Ph. 232-9876 PAUL R. JONES SHEET METAL Heating, Air Conditioning and Spouting SINCE 1914 364 S. Duff Ph. 232-6252 THERE'LL BE TROUBLE in River City when pool sharks Julie Untrauer and Lynda Lovo come to the K D. K D MUSIC COMPANY Retail billiard tables and supplies pin balls juke boxes Hwy. 30 W. 232-6834 Individuality in Good Furniture HOVERSTEN FURNITURE Furniture and Floor Coverings COMFY FURNITURE FROM Hovorsten’s providos a wel come rest for Nancy Judge and Nancy Sullivan. AMES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Home Mortgage Loans Insured Savings Accounts 4 24 Main Ph. 232-2714 412 Main Ph. 232-2674 A 19120TH CENTURY BOWLING "ARE YOU SURE you addsd that right?" exclaims Jim Ryan to Sandy Underhill. Congratulations, Class of 1968 LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE: To build or buy your own home as soon as you are financially able is wise . . . and will pay good dividends. H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. Established 1891 517 S. Duff Ph. 232-5530 For a complete selection of hardware, houseware, paint and gifts Main and Duff Ames, Iowa We are pleased to serve you— Whatever your needs— LARGE or small see PETERSON OK HARDWARE 230 Main 232-3054 192GENERAL FILTER COMPANY Design—Construction—Erection GO FIRST CLASS GO TO HERB'S PHILLIPS 412 South Duff PRODUCTS: Iron Removal Filters Water Softeners Aerators and Degasifiers Chemical Feed Equipment Coagulators and Mixers South of Holiday Inn Heated 25c Self-Service Wash Stall All first class Phillips products Ames 232-5495 Swimming Pool Equipment Ph. 232-4121 Ames, Iowa WestGate JJair asli ions 8 Beauticians 8 (separate outside entrance) 3 Barbers 3 2810-2812 West Street Mens' and Ladies' Hair Pieces Styled and Sold Also—Falls and Wiglets Open Six Days Evenings Till Midnight Dial—292-1536 Wallc-ins Welcomed 193STARTING THE SECOND CENTURY OF SERVICE TO AMES AND CENTRAL IOWA 1867—1967 Ames Daily Tribune 317 Main—Ames 194Senior Activities ACCOLA. GORDON: baseball I. 2. 3- basketball I. 2. 3- golf I. 2. 3: DECA pres. 3 ADAMS. CORINNE: GRA I; Pep Club 3: Cheersquad 3: French Club 2: Art Club pres. I; Senior Senate: cadet teaching AGARD. DONALD: baseball I. 2. 3: bas- ketball I. 2. 3: football I. 2. 3: Student Council I. 2: cadet teaching Web ALDERMAN. LAWRENCE: football I: wrestling 3 ALEXANDER. DIANE: Girls Club I. 2. 3 ALLFREE. GUY: French Club I: Web ANDERSON. CAROL: Pep Club I ANDERSON. JOYCE: Pep Club I: French Club I; library asst. I; work experience ANDERSON. JOSEPH: Boys Club I. 2. 3 ANDERSON. MARTHA: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronctte; 2. 3. treas. 2: Girls Glee I: Spanish Club 2. 3: drama 2: work experience ARMSTRONG. MARGARET: Pep Club I. 2. 3: council 3. rep I. 2: French Club I: drama I; work experience ARNBAL. OLIVIA: French Club I. 2. 3: library asst. I; Student Council 3 ASKELSON. NANCY: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2: work experience AUGUSTINE. EDITH: GRA I. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: Girls Club rep. 2: drama I: work experience AUSTRHEIM. OWEN: baseball I. 2. 3: wrestling I. 2. 3: track I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Boys Club rep. 3 AYRES. QUINCY (WHIT): tennis 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Pep Band 2. 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Boys Glee I, 2. 3: Choir 2, 3: Mixed Chorus I; Madrigal I: French Club 2 BACKOUS. DIANNA: Pep Club I: twirler I. 2. 3: Girls Club rep. 2: Office Ed. Club v pres. 3 BAIRD. JAMES: basketball I. 2: football I: golf I. 2. 3: Latin Club I; Fire Squad I BAKER. DEBORAH: Pep. Club I. ? 3: Soph. Band; Band 2. 3: French Club I. 2. 3 BAKER. GAIL: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I. 2 BAKER. JEANNE: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3: Synchronettcs 2. 3: French Club 2. 3: Latin Club I: drama I, 2: Palm Club 3: Spirit rep. I: HR soc. I. 2 BALDNER. DEBORAH: GRA I. 3. rep. 2: Pep Club I. 2. 3. council 3, treas. 3. rep. I. 2: twirler I. 2. 3: Girls Club rop. I: drama I: Spirit rep. 3: cadet teaching BALDUS.'RAYMOND: Boys Club I. 2. 3 BARNES. JULIE: Math Club 3: Web; moved from Pullman. Wash.: 2; Slide Rule Club I: Zetetical Socioty I: Newspaper staff I: Needle and Thread Club I: French Club I BARNES. MARILYN: library asst. I; office asst. 3 BARR. PAMELA: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee 3: Choir 2: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club I: Student Council 3 BEARD. ROBERT: Boys Club I. 2. 3 BELL. CAROLYN: Synchronettes 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: Spanish Club 2. 3; Moved from Davenport, la., I: Spanish Club I: Chorus I: Synchronized Swim I BENBOW. MARY: Pep Club I. 3 BENSON. TIMOTHY: French Club i: German Club I BLISS. DAVID: basketball I. 2. 3: football 1. 2. 3. co-captain. 3: track I. 2, 3: Soph. Band: Band 2: Spanish Club I; Junior Exec., pres.: Student Council I: Fire Squad I. 2, 3 BOCKHOP. BARBARA: German Club I, 2, 3: library asst. 2. 3: Scratch Pad 2 BODEN. CRAIG: football I. 2. 3: wres- tling I. 2. 3: track 2. 3: German Club I; Boys Club pres. 3: Fire Squad I. 2, 3 BOGENRIEF. BRADLEY: football I; work experience BORKE. MARK: football I. 2. 3: wrestling 2. 3 BORWICK. KEN: oys Club I. 2. 3 BOYD, DAVID: track I. 2. 3: cross-country 1, 2. 3: swimming I BRANDENBURG. DIANE: GRA I. 2: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronotfos I: Soph. Band BRINK. LARRY: Boys Club I. 2. 3 3ROWN. ALYCE: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Span- ish Club I. 2. 3 BROWN. ROBERT: basketball I; track I. 2. 3; cross-country 2. 3: Scratch Pad 2 BROWN. PATRICIA: Pep Club 3: Office Ed. Club. pres. 3: moved From Ger- many I: German Club I BROV N. TIMOTHY: Spanish Club I. 2 BROWNING. DONNA (GAYLE): crea- tive dance 2; Spanish Club I, 2; Art Club I: drama 2 BRYAN. MRS. JOLENE: Girls Club I. 2. 3 BUCHELE. MARY (BETH): GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronotfos 3: creative danco 3; Soph. Band: Bond 2; Girls Glee 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club I: Girls Club rep. I; Art Club I: drama 2, 3: Palm Club 2: Scratch Pad 2: Web BUNCE. SUSAN: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I, 2. 3. council 3. parliamentarian 3: Soph. Bond: Band 2, 3. sec-treas. 3: Girls Gleo I. 2, 3: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: Latin Club I: triumvir. I; Girls Club rop. 2: Spirit Staff 2. 3. editor-in-chief 3. rop. I: Junior Exec.: Student Council I. 2: Web; HR sec. 1. 2 BURGAN. DAVID: swimming I. 2. 3: co-capt. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2: Science Seminar I BURKHALTER. KAROL: Orchestra 2: Girls Glee 2; Choir 2; French-Club 2: Web; Moved from Columbus. Ohio. 2 BURNETT. BETTY JO: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronettcs 3: Band 2: Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: Madrigal I. 2. 3: Spanish Club I: Art Club I, 3: Drama I. 2, 3; Pa'm Club 3: Spirit rep. I BURNS. PAULA: Pep Club 3: Soph. Band: Band I. 2. 3; Dance Band 3: Pep Band 1. 2, 3: Orchestra I: Girls Glee I, 2. 3; Choir 2, 3: French Club I. 2. 3: Spirit rep. 3: cadet teaching: Choir accompanist I. 2, 3 BUSCH. WANDA: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Chccrsquad I, 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2. 3: French CJub I, 2: Girls Club rep. I; Spirit rep. I. 2: drama I BUSICK, MARLYS: GRA I CALDERWOOD. GREGG: golf I. 2. 3: French Club I. 2 CARBREY. ANNA: Girls Glee I: French Club I. 2; Debate I: drama I. 2 CARLSON. NANCY: GRA 2. 3: Pep Club 1, 2. 3. council 3. rep. 2, 3: Girls Glee 2: Mixed Chorus 2: French Club 2. 3: Latin Club I CARPENTER. JOHN: basketball I. 2. 3: football I. 2. 3: track I. 2. 3; Boys Glee I. 2: Choir 2: Spanish Club I: Student Council I, 2: Fire Squad I, 2. 3. sec. 3: Food Council I CASE. WILLIAM: baseball I. 2. 3: bas- ketball I. 2. 3; football I. 2. 3: track I. 2: Spanish Club 2: Student Council CATUS. DAVID: Wrostling I. 3. mgr. 2; football I, 2. 3: Fire Squad I, 2. 3: baseball I: track I, 2. 3 CHADA. DARWIN: Boys Club I. 2. 3 CHARLSON. CYNTHIA: Pep Club I. 3: Latin Club I: DECA: drama I, 2 CHENIK, NANDI: Swimming 2: Scratch Pad 2 CHRISTENSEN. CURTIS: football mgr. 2; track mgr. 2, 3; Latin Club I: debate 1951. 2: drama I: Scratch Pad 2: Studont Council 3; Firo Squad I, 2, 3: Food Council 2, 3: Key Club I. 2, 3, sec. 2, pros. 3: basketball stat. I, 2. 3 CLARK. LEE: Boys Club I. 2, 3 CLAYBERG. MICHAEL: DECA CLEM. MARGO: DECA; work experience COLLINS. HOWARD (LEE): wrestling I. 2. 3: tennis 2: track I; Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: librarian 3: Dance Band I. 2: Pep Band 2: Orchestra I. 2: Boys Glee I: Choir 2. 3 CONNER. ANN: Pep Club I. 2: Synchron- ettes 2: cadet teaching: moved from Des Moines, la.: gym loader; sports capt. CONSTANTINE. KOSTA: golf I; Band I: Spanish Club I: stago tech. I. 2. 3: Drama I, 2- Palm Club 2, 3: work ex- perience COOK. DENNIS: Boys Club I. 2. 3 COOK. JULIANNE: GRA 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3: Checrsquad I. 2. 3. eapt. I; Girls Glee 2: Choir 3: Mixed Chorus 2. 3: French Club I. 2: Art Club I, 3: Spirit rep. I: Senior Senate: Studont Council 3; Web CORE. MERLE (ROBERT): Boys Club I. 2. 3 CORRIGAN. KRISTEN: moved from Des Moines, la. 3: Pep Club 3. COYLE. DEBORAH: Pep Club I. 2; Art Club 2. 3 COUTURE. STEPHEN: German Club 2: Office Ed. Club, treas. 3 COY. RONALD: wrestling I. 2. 3; golf 1. 2. 3 CRAIG. DAVID: track I, 2. 3: Boys Club rep. 2 CROVISIER. PATRICIA: Pep Club I. 2. 3 CUMMINGS. BETH: Pep Club I. 2. 3: French Club 2, 3: work experience DALEY. MARLENE: GRA I. 2. 3. v pres 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Checrsquad I, 2. 3: Synchronettes 2. 3: creative dance 2: Soph. Band: Girls Glee 2: Choir 3: French Club I. 2; Senior Senate; Stu- dent Council I; work experience DANIELSON. KEITH: tennis I, 3; German Club I. 2; Web DANIELSON. NE JL: tennis 2, 3: Soph. Band; Band I, 2, 3: German Club I. 2: Science Seminar 2 DAVIS. GAIL: GRA I; Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronettes 2: Soph. Band DAVIS. STEVEN: track I. 2. 3: cross coun- try 3: Spanish Club 2 DeMOSS. SANDRA: GRA I. 2: FHA 2. 3. troas. 3; drama 2: work experience DENGLER. GREGOR: track I. 2. 3: cross-country 2. 3; Science Seminar I. 2. 3 DIBBLE. KATHY: GRA 3. rep. 3; Pep Club 3: Synchronettes 3; creative dance 3: Girls Glee 3: Choir 3: Web; moved from Urbana. Ohio. 3: Pop Club I. 2: Chorus I: Drill Team I. 2; year- book staff I. 2, editor 2; FHA 2. v pres. 2 DOHRMANN. ELFI: exchengo studont from Germany 3: handball: Swimming Club: track and cross-country race: gymnastics DONHOV E. STEVEN: football I. 2. 3: tennis I. 2: Latin C'ub I: Spirit staff 3; Student Council I DuBOlS. CLAUDIA: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I, 2. 3. council 3. rep. I. 2. 3: Twirler I. 2, 3; Girls Glco I; Choir 2; Mixed Chorus I: French Club I, 2: Spirit rep. 2: Junior E»oc.: Food Coun- cil I: Web DUMENIL. ANN: GRA I. 2. 3. cab. 3. soc-treas. 3, rep. 3: Pep Club I, 2. 3: French Club 2, 3; Latin Club I: Drama I. 2, 3: Palm Club 2. 3. treas. 3: Scratch Pad 2 Spirit rep. I. 2: Senior Senate 3 ECKSTEIN. MONICA: GRA 3: Pep Club 1. 2, 3. rep. I. 2: Checrsquad I. 2: French Club 1.2, 3: work experience EGGLETON. KATHERINE: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I. 2: French Club I. 3: library asst. I; Art Club 2. 3: drama I. 2 ELBERT. JAMES: drama I ELBERT. JOHN (JACK): French Club I; Art Club I: drama I. 2. 3 ELLIOTT. DOUGLAS: Boys Club I. 2. 3 ELLIS. SUSAN: GRA I; Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronettes 2. 3; Girls Glee I: Mixed Chorus I: French Club I. 2. 3: drama I. 2. 3: Palm Club 3: pres. 3: Spirit rep. 2. 3: Senior Senate, sec.: work experience; HR sec. I ELLSON. TERESA: Pep Club I. 2: creative dance 2; Girls Glee I: French Club I. 2 ENGEL, RICK: baseball I. 2. 3: basketball I. 2. 3: cross-country 3; Soph. Band: Band I. 2. 3: Dance Band I. 2. 3: orchestra I. 2, 3: Senior Senate, pres.: Student Council I, 2: Fire Squad 2. 3 ENGELDINGER. JANE: GRA I. 2. 3, cab. 3. rep. I. 3; Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronettes 3: Choir 3: Madrigal 3: German Club 3: Latin Club 2: drama I. 2. 3: Palm Club 2, 3: Scratch Pad 2: Spirit staff 2. 3: Student Council 2. 3. sec. 3: Wob; HR v pres. I. 2: HR pres. 2 ENGELHARDT. RICHARD: basketball 2, 3: football I, 2. 3: track I. 2, 3: swim- ming I: Boys Club off. 3; Junior Exec. ENOUIST. CRAIG: Intramural Council I. 2: French Club I: Boys Club rep. 3 EPSTEIN. RAYMOND: basketball 3; track I. 2. 3; drama I. 2. 3: in Loveland. Colorado 2: drama: stagecrafts EVANS. BARBARA: Pep Club I. 2: Mixed Chorus I. 2. 3: Spirit rep. 3: Studont Council I EVERSON. GRACE: GRA I. 2. 3. off 3: Pop Club I. 2. 3; Synchronous 2; Girls Gloe I. 2. 3: Choir I, 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: Madrigal I; French Club 2; Latin Club I; drama 2, 3: Spirit rep. 2: travoled v ith Sing-Out '67 3 EXNER. HEIDE: Girls Glee I: Choir 2: French Club I FAWKES. EDWIN: wrestling I, 2. 3: Track 2, 3 FERGUSON. JOAN: Pep Club I; Art Club I: drama I FERGUSON. JUDITH: GRA 2. 3: Syn- chronettes 3: Soph. Band: Band I, 2, 3: Pep Band 2. 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Girls Gleo I: Mixed Chorus I: German Club 3: Latin Club I • FERNELIUS. DOROTHY: GRA I: Pep Club I. 2 3: Girls Glee 2, 3: Choir 3: French Club 2: Latin Club I; Art Club I; cadet teaching: Web FINCHAM. DAVID: Web: Boys Glee I. 3: Choir 2, 3; Mixed Chorus I; Span- ish Club 2: drama I. 2. 3: Palm Club 3 FINCHAM. DOUGLAS: football I. 2, 3: wrestling 2. 3: track I, 2. 3; Fire Squad 3 FINNEGAN. JERRY: Boys Club I. 2. 3 FIRKINS GEORGE: Web; swimming I. 2. 3, co-capt. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Firesquad I. 2. 3 FISHER. JANE: Pep Club I: Spanish Club 1. 2. 3: Art Club I: drama I: creative dance 2 FLEIG. JEAN: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3. rep. I: Checrsquad I. 2. 3: Synchronettes 2. 3: Girls Gleo I: Choir 3: Mixed Chorus I, 2: German Club 2. 3: Latin Club I. off. I: Girls Club rep. I: Junior Exec., sec.: Stu- dent Council I. 2 FODER8ERG. ELLEN: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3; Synchronettes 2: Soph. Band: Band 2, 3: French Club 2: Spirit rep. 2 FRANCIS. COLLEEN: French Club 2: drama 3 FRANZ. LARRY: Boys Club I. 2. 3 FREDERICKS. JEFFREY: Boys Glee I. 3: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: Madrigal I; Spanish Club I. 2. 3. pros. 3: drama 1. 2. 3: Palm Club 2. 3: HR v pres. 2 FRENCH. JEAN: Chorus I: Choir 2. 3: Orchestra I GALEJS. INTA: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Syn- chronettes 2. 3: Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I. 2: German Club I. 2. 3: drama I. 2: Spirit rep. 2. 3 GAMMON. DAN Boys Club I. 2. 3 GARLAND, CHARLES Intramural Council 2 GARRETT. JOHN (SCOTT): Soph. Band: Band I. 2: French Club I. 2: Science SeTninar I, 3 GARREY. JACK: baseball 3: track 3: moved from Chicago. III., 2: baseball: basketball; track GOOD. HAROLD (BILL): baseball I. 2. 3: basketball I. 2, 3: Intramural Council I. 2. 3: track I. 2. 3 GROOMES. DONALD: basketball I: foot- ball I 196HADAWAY. MICHAEL: baseball I. 2. 3: basketball I: football I HAGEN. KENT: basoball 2: basketball I: golf 3: library asst. I HAGEN SANDRA: Girls Club I, 2. "3 HAGUE. JANET: Pep Club I. 2. 3; Syn- chronettes 2: twlrler 3: Girls Glee 2: Art Club 2. 3: drama I. 2 HALL, SHERYL: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Syn- chronettes 2: Spanish Club I 2: Spirit rep. 3: work experience HAMILTON. ROBERT: basketball I; foot- ball I. 2, 3: wrestling 2. 3: track I. 2. 3: Latin Club I. Triumvirate I: Stu- dent Council 2. 3. v pres. 3: Fire Squad 2. 3: Web HAMMER. DAVID: Intramural Council I; tennis I. 2. 3: German Club 2: Boys Club v pres. 3; rep. I, 2; drama 3: Scratch Pad 2: Student Council 3: Web HARLESS. LONNIE: Boys Club I. 2. 3 HARRELL. STEVEN: Golf I. 2. 3: Web HARRIS. MICHAEL: baseball I. 2. 3: wrestling I: Boys Glee I; Mixed Cho- rus I: French Club I, 2 HARRISON. GREG: wrestling 2. 3: Latin Club I - Spirit staff 2. 3 HAUGEN. CHRIS: football I. 2. 3. co- capt 3: wrestling I, 2. 3. capt. 2. 3: track I, 2. 3: Boys Glee I. 2, 3; Choir 2. 3. v pres.: Mixed Chorus I: Spanish Club 2: Junior Exec.; Senior Senate, v pres.: Fire Squad I. 2. 3. v pres. 3 HAUGLAND. RICHARD: football I; Student Council I. 2 HAUSER. WADE: Student Council 3 HAYES. TERESA: Pep Club I. 3 HAZEN. ELLA (VEE): GRA I. 2. 3. cab. 2. 3. rep. I. 2: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I; French Club I. 2. 3: Girls Club sec. 3: drama 2. 3; cadet teach- ing HEADY. BARBARA: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Checrsquad I. 2. 3. cc-capt. 3: Syn- chroneftes 3: Girls Glee 3: Mixed Chorus I. 3: French Club I. 2. 3. soc.- treas: drama I: Scratch Pad: Student Council 3 HELDT, DEAN: work experience HEMBROUGH. SUSAN: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Creative Danco 2. 3: Girls Glee 2. 3: French Club I. 2: Art Club 3: Drama 2: cadet teaching; moved from Champaign. III., 2: Science Club I HIBBS. MICHAEL: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Madrigal 3: German Club 2. 3. pres. 3: Latin Club I: Science Seminar I; All- State Orchestra I. 2. 3 HICKMAN. KATHRYN: moved from On- tarlo. Canada: Gymnastics Club: bas- ketball: badminton: volleyball: baseball HIGHLAND. JOHN: football I. 2. 3: wrestling I. 2. 3: track I. 2, 3 HOFSTAD. KATHERINE: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I: Mixed Chorus I: DECA. off. 3: drama I; Stu- dent Council I: work experience HOPKINS. STEPHEN: track mgr. 3: cross country mgr. 3: swimming 2, 3: Web HOSTETTER. HUGH (CHIP): DECA 3 HOUGE. NANCY: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3. council 3. rop. 2: French Club 2. 3: Art Club 3 HOWE. VIOLA: Pep Club I. 2. 3; Girls Glee I. 2, 3: Choir 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1 HUTCHCROFT. CHARLENE: GRA 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: rep. I: Synchroneitos 3; Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2: French Club I. 2. 3. pres. 3: Girls Club rep. 3; Art Club 2: drama I, 2; Palm Club 2, 3: Senior Senate INGVOLSTAD. SUSAN: GRA 2. 3. rep. 2 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3. rep. I; Cheer- squad I. 3: Synchronettes 2. 3. treas. 2; Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3. sec.- treas. 3: French Club 2. 3; Latin Club I: Girls Club rep. I. 2. 3 ISRAEL. PEGGY: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Orchestra I: French Club I. 2. 3. sec.-treas. 3: Girls Club rep. 2; Spirit rep. I. 2 IVIS. ANN: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Spanish Club I; Office Ed. Club 3 JAFAR, JAFARI: moved from Jerusalem. Jordan, 3 JACKSON. MORRIS: Boys Club I. 2. 3 JACKSON. TERRI: Pep Club I. 2 JACOBSON. BRUCE: basketball I; foot- ball I. 2. 3: track I. 2: work experience JACOBSON. KIRK: Spanish Club I. 2: Student Council I. 2 JETMUND. DOUGLAS: Boys Glee I: Spanish Club I; Boys Club rop. I; Math Club 3 JOHNSON. ANN: GRA 2. 3: Pep Club 1. 2, 3: creative dance 3; Mixed Cho- rus 2: French Club I: Art Club 2. 3: stage tech. 3: work experience: HR sec. 2 JOHNSON, ELIZABETH: Pep Club I. 2. 3. Council 3. rep. I. 2: twirler 3: Girls Glee I: Mixed Chorus I: German Club I: Student Council 3; cadet teaching JOHNSON. GEORGE: track I. 2. 3: cross country I, 2. 3 JOHNSON. MARY: Pep Club 3: Band 3: Orchestra 3: Math Club 3: moved from Oskaloosa. la. 3: Pop Club I, 2; Band I, 2; Orchestra I: Pop Band I, 2: Science Club 2: Maroon Memories staff 2 JOHNSON. RICHARD: track I. 2: Cross country 2: Student Council 2 JONES. RONALD: Boys Club I. 2. 3 JOSEPH. CEDRIC: Boys Club I. 2. 3 JUDGE. NANCY: GRA 3: Pep Club I. 2, 3: Girls Glee I: French Club I. 2. 3; Girls Club treas. 3; Art Club I; drama I. 3: Scratch Pad I; Student Council I; Web JUDGE, NICHOLAS: Boys Gloo I. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3; Mixed Chorus I; Madrigal 3: French Club I. 2. 3: dobato I. 2. 3: pres. 2. 3: drama 2: Scratch Pad 2: Model UN I. 2. 3 KATZ. GARY: tonnis I. 2. 3: Spanish Club I. 2: stage toch. I. 2. 3: drama I, 2, 3; Palm Club 3: Spirit staff 2. 3: Web KEECH. DIANNE: Soph. Band: Pop Club 1. 2: French Club 1, 2 KELLOGG. CHUCK: Boys Club I. 2. 3 KING. MARK: basoball mgr. I; basketball I: Intramural Council 3; Gorman Club 2. 3: Latin Club I: Boys Club rep. 3: Scratch Pad I, 2. 3: Student Council 3: Math Club 3 KINGSBURY. DENNIS: Boys Club I. 2. 3 KLEIN. KAYE: GRA I. 2. 3. cabinet 3: Pep Club I, 2. 3, rop. I: Synchronettes 2. 3: Band 3: French Club 2: Latin Club I KLEINSCHMIDT. JUDITH: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Orchestra I: cadet teaching KLINE. MARILYN: GRA 3: Pep Club I. 2, 3. council 3. rop. 2, 3; Synchronettes 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2, 3: Pep Band 2: Girls Gleo I. 2. 3: Choir 2, 3: Mixed Chorus I: French Club I. 2, 3 KNUTSON. LYNDA: Spanish Club I. 2 KOESTNER. DAN: basketball mgr. 3: In- tramural Council I: tennis I. 3: French Club I. 2: Science Seminar I: Student Council I: Key Club 3 KOESTNER, JANA: GRA 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: drama 2. 3: Palm Club 3: nursing: Web LADD. MARK: wrestling I. 2: golf I. 2. 3: Boys Club off. I; DECA 3; work experience LADNER. ALAN: track 3: Student Council 3: work experience: Web; moved from Melbourne. Australia: swimming: track: football: cricket LAFFOON, JON (LEE): basketball mgr. I: golf I: French Club 2. 3; Latin Club I: Web LAGOMARCINO. MARY: Girls Gleo 3: Choir 2: Mixed Chorus I; Madrigal 3: French Club I: library asst. 2: Art Club 2. 3, off. 2; drama 2; work ex- perience LANDE. BAYERD: baskotball I: football I; track I LANDON, NANCY: GRA I. 2. 3. rep. 2; Pep Club I, 2, 3: Synchronettes 2, 3: Soph. Band; Band 2: French Club I, 2: drama 3: work experience LANGE. MICHAEL: football I. 2. 3: wres- tling I; Boys Club rep. 3: Student Council I LARSON, STEVEN: moved from Wash- ington D.C. 2: Student Council 2 LASCHE. LARRY: basketball I: football I. 2: track I. 2, 3: cross country 3: Latin Club I: Web LATTA. MICHAEL: football I. 2. 3: track I. 2. 3: Student Council 3: Web LAYTON. PATRICIA: Pop Club I. 2: Spanish Club I. 2, 3: Girls Club rep. t 3: Spirit rep. I 197LECHNER. CANDACE: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Bond 2. 3: Orchestra 2: French Club I. 2; Student Council I, 2: nursing; hall monitor 3: Wob LEE. DONETTA: movod from Madrid. La.. 3: Y-Teens I. 2: Mixod Chorus 2 LEGVOLD, ANN: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Cho- rus I: Madrigal I, 2. 3: French Club 1. 2. 3: drama I. 2 LEIBOLD BONNIE: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Art Club I. 2: cadet teaching LENNING. LAURA: Pep Club I. 2. 3: GRA I; DECA LIEDMAN. JAY: track 2. 3: cross country 2. 3: German Club 2. 3: moved from Mill Valley. Calif.: German Club I LIMING. DENNIS: football I: Band 2: Student Council 2 LOVE. LINDA: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I, 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Art Club I. 2 LOVELY. STEPHEN: basketball I: football I, 2, 3: track I, 2, 3: Boys Club rep. 3: Student Council I. 2 LUCHT. WALTER: wrestling I; Intramural Council I, 3; track I. 3: Spanish Club I, 2: Web; attended Mt. Hcrmon Academy; soccer; skiing: Spanish Club LUSCALEET. JAMES: baseball I. 2. 3: basketball I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 1. 2, 3: mgr. 3: Dance Band I. 2, 3: Pep Band 2. 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Web 3: Intramural Council 3 MacBRIDE. ALVARITA: GRA I. 2. 3. cabinet 2: Pep Club I. 2, 3: Syn- chror.eifes 2, 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Choir 2, 3: Mixed Cho- rus I: Madrigal 3: Art Club I. 2: Girls State Swim Meet 2. 3 MacMONAGLE. MARIE: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I. 2, 3; Choir 3: French Club I. 2. 3: Scratch Pad 2: Spirit Staff 2, 3. business manager 3: cadet teaching; Wob McCOY, JERRY: wrestling 2 MCDONALD. MARY: Pep Club 2: Girls Glee I: Mixed Chorus 2: French Club 3: library asst. I McGEE. EVELYN: Pop Club 2: Orchestra 3: Girls Glee I: Mixed Chorus I; French Club 3: drama I MclLWAIN. THOMAS: DECA MclNTIRE. KATHERINE: GRA I. 2. 3. rep. I. 2. 3: Pep Club I, 2. 3: Syn- chronettes 2. 3. sec. 2: creative dance 2: French Club 2, 3: Spanish Club I; Spirit rep. 3: work experience McKEOWN. ROGER: Spanish Club I. 2 McMAHON. JOHN (BLAKE): Boys Club 1. 2. 3 McMILLEN. DANIEL (MIKE): tennis I 2, 3; Spanish Club I: Web McNABB. PETER: Boys Glee I. 2, 3: Choir 2, 3: Mixed Chorus I: Madrigal 3: French Club I. 2: debate I. 2. 3, off. 3: drama 2, 3: Science Seminar I: Scratch Pad 2: Student Council 3. parliamentarian: model UN 2. 3 McNURLEN. DAVID: Choir 2. 3: Mixod Chorus I MAGILTON. LINDA: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2, 3: Art Club I. 2 MAILE. PAULA: GRA I; Pep Club I. 2. 3; Soph. Bond: Band I. 2, 3: Pep Band 3: French Club I. 2, 3 MALMQUIST. REBECCA: Girls Gleo I. 3: Mixed Chorus I. 3: French Club 2: German Club I. 2. 3 MATTHEWS. JENNIFER: French Club 2: drama I MATUSESKI. MAUREEN: Pep Club I. 2: Art Club I; drama I, 2, 3: work ex- perience MAURER. CHARLES: track I. 2, 3: cross country I. 2. 3. co-capt. 3: Soph. Band: Latin Club I; Spirit staff 2. 3: Web; Junior Exec., v. pres.: Fire Squad 2. 3, pros. 3: Key Club I. 2. 3. v. pres. 3 MEGREGIAN. MARTIN: moved from Villa Park. Illinois. 3: cross-country I. 2. 3: track I. 2. 3; Lctterman's Club I, 2: Production staff 2; Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra I. 2: German Club I. 2 MELENEY. STEVEN: Spanish Club 2. 3 MESSMER, JOHN: W0b METZLER. THOMAS: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Boys Glee I. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: German Club I: All-State Orchestra 2, 3 MILLARD. MARY: Pep Club I. 2 MILLER. JOHN: Boys Club I. 2. 3 MILLER. THOMAS: golf I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Pep Band I, 2, 3: French Club 2; Latin Club I MILLETT. DEBRA: GRA I. 2, 3. cab. 2. 3. rep. 2, 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I; French Club I. 2: debate 2: cadet teaching MILLIGAN. SHARON: moved from Iowa Falls, la. 3: Girls Glee I: Mixed Chorus I: FHA I. 2; Future Nurses I: GRA I MILLS. VICKIE: GRA 2. rep. 2: Pep Club I, 2. 3: Soph. Band: Synchronettos 2, 3: creative dance 2: Band 2. 3: Or- chestra I: German Club I: Art Club I: Spirit rep. 2: Web MOLDENHAUER. JEAN: GRA I. 2. 3. rep. 2: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3; Girls Glee I; Spanish Club I; Girls Club co-chairman 3. rep. 3; Student Council 3: cadet teaching MOORE. SHERYL: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Syn- chroncttes 2. 3. v. pres. 3; Girls Gleo I, 2. 3: Choir I. 2, 3; Mixed Chorus I: French Club I; DECA, sec. 3: work experience MORELAND, MICHAEL: Boys Gleo I. 2. 3: Choir I. 2. 3: debate I; drama I, 2: swimming mgr. 2. 3 MORRIS. SHIRLEE: Pep Club I. 2: Girls Gleo I: Mixed Chorus I: Spanish Club 2: FHA I. 2, 3. sec. 2. pres. 3 MORTENSON. BARBARA: GRA 2. 3: Pop Club 2. 3: Girls Gleo I; Mixed Chorus I: French Club I. 2: drama I: work experience MOSES. MARSHA: GRA 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3; Girls Glee 3: Choir 3 NEAL. JAMES: football I. 2; track I. 2. 3; cross country 3; Soph. Band: Band 2: Student Council 3 NELSON. BRUCE: Boys Club I. 2. 3 NETCOTT. CURTIS: work experience NETCOTT. JENNY: Pep Club I; Syn- chronettes 2, 3 NEWTON. NANCY: GP.A 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. rep. I; Synchror.ettes I. 2; Girls Gleo 2: French Club 2: Latin Club I: drama I; work experience NICHOLS. WILLIAM: wrestling I. 2. 3: track I. 2. 3: Latin Club I: hall monitor 2 NICOLLE. JANET: Pep Club I. 2: DECA NIEMANN. GAY RENEE: Pep Club I. 2, 3: Synchronettes 2: Soph. Band; Band 2. 3; Orchestra I: Girls Glee 2: Choir 2; Spanish Club I. 2: Art Club 3: Senior Senate, trees.: featured twirler I. 2. 3 OSHEL. PHILIP: Boys Club I. 2. 3 OVERHULSER. ROBERT: track 3: cross- country 3: Choir 3: Web: Key Club 3: moved from Des Moines. Iowa 3: cross country I. 2: track I, 2: wrestling I; Spotlight staff I: Varsity Choir I. 2: Madrigal I. 2: Band I: Student Coun- cil I; Key Club I. 2: American Field Service Club 2 OXLEY. KAY: Office Ed. Club PACE, DAVID: German Club I. 2: Latin Club I. 2 PACKER. SARA: Pep Club 3; Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: Math Club 3: cadet teaching PAPPAS. DEBRA: DECA; twirler 2. 3 PARKS. MARY: Pep Club 2. 3: Synchron- ettes 2. 3; Web; Girls Glee 3: Girls Club rep. 2; Student Council 3: Math Club 3: moved from Bowling Green. Ohio I PATTERSON. MARY JO: Soph. Band: Band I. 2. 3: Pep Band 2. 3: Orchestra I; Girls Glee 2; Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I; Madrigal I. 2. 3; Latin Club I; drama I. 2. 3: Palm Club 2. 3, v. pres. 3: Scratch Pad 2 PAULSON. JO ANN: GRA 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3: Soph. Band: French Club I. 2: Girls Club co-chairman 3. rep 2: Stu- dent Council I. 3: cadet teaching PEPPER. JAMES: football I. 2. 3: wrestling 2. 3: track I. 2. 3: Boys Club rep. 3 PETERS. RONALD: baseball 2: basketball I. 2. 3: football I. 2. 3; track I. 2. 3: cross-country 3: Boys Club rep. 3: Web PETERSON. CRISSY: GRA I. 3: Pop Club I, rep. I: Girls Glee I. 3: Choir 3: Mixed Chorus I; Spanish Club I PETERSON. SARA: GRA 2. 3: Pop Club 1. 2. 3. Council 3. rep. 3: French Club 2. 3. v. pres. 3: Latin Club I: Art Club 3: Drama I. 2. 3: Palp Club 3: Scratch Pad 2: Spirit staff 2. 3: WEB 198PIERCE STEVEN: football I. 2; track I. 2. 3: cross-country 3: Boys Gleo I: Choir 3: Mixed Chorus I; Madrigal I. 2. 3: Student Council I; Fire Squad I. 2. 3 PIETZ REX: football I. 2: Golf I. 2. 3: cross-country 3: Art Club 3: Spanish Club I. 2 PULE. DAVID: Boys Club I. 2. 3 PIRTLE. MARGARET: Latin Club I; of- fice asst. I PLUMB. DENNIS: football I. 2; Spanish Club I: Student Council I POLITIS. THEODORE: baseball I: bas- ketball 2: tennis I. 2. 3: football 2. 3: DECA. area v. pres.: Student Council I. 2 POLLARD. DEE: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2, 3: French Club I 2; Student Coun- cil I. 2 POPELKA, DAVID: Boys Club I. 2. 3 PORTER. JULIA: GRA 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3; Orchestra I. 2. 3: Girls Club rep. 2; Student Council 2: nursing; hall monitor 3: Web POWERS. CAROL: GRA 3; Pep Club I. 2. 3. Council 3. rep. 3: Girls Glee 1. 2: French Club 2: Girls Club rep. 3: drama I POTTS. TIMOTHY: wrestling I; Soph. Band; German Club I: Student Coun- cil I POUNDS. MIKE: Boys Club I. 2. 3 PURVIS, PEGGY: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Choir I; Work Experience RADER. PATRICIA: GRA 3: Pep Club I 2. 3: Girls Club rep. 3: Office Ed. 3: work experience REITZ. GARY: wrestling I RICHARDS. GEORGE: football 3; track 2. 3: moved from West Waterloo, Iowa. 2: football I: weightlifting I RICHARDS. GLORIA: GRA 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. v. pres. 3: Cheersquad I. 2. 3. capt. 3; Girls Glee I. 2; Choir 2; Mixed Chorus I, 2: Madrigal 3: Span- ish Club I. 2: drama I: Scratch Pad 2: Spirit rep. I: Student Council 2: nursinq; Model UN 2: All-State Chorus 2. 3 RICKETTS. LINDA: GRA I. 2. 3. pres. 3: Pep Club I. 2, 3. rep. I: Soph. Band; Band 2. 3. pres. 3: Pep Band 2; Or- chestra I. 2. 3: Girls Glee 3: Choir 3: Spanish Club 2, 3; Girls Club rep. 2' Art Club 2. 3. sec-trc-as. 2: drama I. 2 RILEY. DAVID: basketball I. 2. 3: football I. 2, 3; Soph. Band: Band 2: Orchestra I. 2: Spanish Club 2: Boys Club rep. 2 ROBERTSON. LINDA: Pep Club I. 2: Latin Club I: Girls Club rep. I: drama I; nursing; office work I. 2 ROD. WILLIAM: German Club I. 2: Boys Club rep. 3 ROGNESS. JOAN: Soph. Band: German Club 2. 3 ROSE. KAREN: Pep Club I. 2: Girls Glee I. 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: DECA 3 RUEDENBERG. LUCIA: Pop Club I. 2: French Club I. 2: German Club I. 2, 3: Drama I. 2 RUNYAN. DENNIS: Boys Club I, 2. 3 RUTTER, KAREN: Student Council 2: work experience SAMPSON. KRISTIE: Pep Club I. 2. 3: French Club I, 2: Spirit rep. 2: Girls Club rep. I: Web SAMPSON. SUSAN: GRA 3: Pop Club I. 2, 3: French Club I. 2: nursing: Web SANCHEZ. OFFIE: Pep Club 2. 3: Span- ish Club I. 2. 3: hall monitor 3: moved from Des Moines, la. 2: Pep Club I: creative dance I: office holp I SAUKE. DAVID: Boys Club I. 2. 3 SAVERAID. STEVEN: wrestling I, 2. 3: Latin Club I SAYERS. DIRK: Scratch Pad 2: swimming 1. 2. 3. capt. 2 SCHILL. MARK: Coop. pres. SCHLOERKE, NANCY: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronettes 2. 3. pros. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band I, 2: Orchestra I; French Club I. 2. 3: Junior Exec.: Student Council SCHMALZRIED. CHARLENE: GRA I; Pep Club I. 3: German Club I; Span- ish Club 2: DECA; work experience SCHMIDT. CHARLOTTE: Girls Club I. 2. 3 SCHNEIDER. MARK: basketball I: track 1. 2. 3: cross-country 2. 3: Science Seminar I SCHOENEMAN. DONNA: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee 3: Choir 3: French Club 2. 3; German Club I: drama I. 2, 3: Palm Club 2, 3; Spirit rep. 2. 3: Web SCHOLTEN. ANN: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronettes 2, 3; Band I. 2, 3: Girls Glee 2: French Club 2. 3: Latin Club I: Spirit staff 3 SCHOLTES. MARY JANE: Pep Club I. 2, 3. pros. 3. rep. 2: creative dance 2: Girls Glee I. 2: Choir I, 2. 3. v pres. 3: Mixed Chorus I. off. I; Madrigal I. 3: French Club 2; Spanish Club I. 2. pres. 2: Girls Club rep. I. 2: drama I. 2, 3: Palm Club 2. 3: Scratch Pad 2: Student Council 2, 3: Food Council I. 2. 3: Web SCHUETTE. BRENDA: GRA 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3: Twirler 3: Spanish Club I, 2: DECA: Senior Senate: Student Coun- cil 2 SCHULZE. KAREN: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I, 2. 3: Latin Club I: Girls Club rep. 3: Spirit rep. 3 SCOTT, DAVID: track I. 2- cross-country 2: Soph. Band: Bond 2. 3: drum major 2. 3: French Club I: Junior Exec. SEIDEL. SUSAN: GRA I. 2. 3. rep. 2. 3: Gorman Club 2. 3; Latin Club I: Sci- ence Seminar I, 2. 3: Scratch Pad 2: Senior Senate: work experience SEIFERT, CURTIS: Soph. Band; Band 2. 3: Pep Band 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3: German Club I. 2 SELF. DEBRA: GRA I. 2. 3. cab. 2: Pop Club I. 2, 3: Girls Gloo I: French Club I 2: Girls Club rep. 2. 3: Spirit rep. 3: Web SHEARER. JAN: Pep Club I. 2: DECA. Parliamentarian SHERICK. LINDA: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Art Club I. 2. 3, troas. 3: drama I SHERMAN. PAUL: football mgr. I; wrestling I, 2 SHIFFLER. DEBORAH: GRA I. 2. 3. rep. 1. 2. 3: Pop Club I. 2. 3: Synchronettes 2. 3. v pres. 2: Soph. Band: Band 2: librarian 2: French Club I. 2. 3: Girls Club rep. I. 2: Spirit rep. I SHOEN. ERNEST: baseball I: Intramural Council 2: cross-country 2 SILLS. DENNIS: basketball I. 2; golf I. 3; track 2. 3: cross-country 2. 3: Span- ish Club I. 2 SILLS. MRS. LINDA: moved from Gilbert, la.: track I SIMONSON. NADINE: Web: moved from Southeast Polk, la., 3: library asst. I: drama I; National Honor Society 2: Drill Team I SMIDE, PER: Exchange student from Swe- den 3: track 3: cross-country 3: Student Council 3 SMITH. LINDA: GRA I. 2. 3. rep. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: French Club 2. 3: Latin Club I: Art Club 3: Scratch Pad 2: Student Council I SONGER. JOSEPH (GLENN): Intramural Council I, 3: track 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Orchestra I; German Club I; Boys Club rep. 2: Student Council 2 SORENSON. LINDA: Girls Glee 2. 3: Mixed Chorus 2. 3: cadet teaching - SPINKS. LOIS: Pep Club I. 2; Girls Glee I: library asst. I; Art Club 3 SQUIRE. EDWARD: football I; track I; Art Club 2: work experience STALHEIM. DAVID: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Boys Glee I. 2, 3; Choir I. 2, 3; French Club I STANIFORTH. DAVID: football I: golf I: swimming I. 2, 3: Spanish Club I: Boys Club rep. I STENERSON. JOYCE: GRA I. rep. I: Pep Club I: French Club 2 STEPHENS. RICHARD: football I. 2. 3: wrestling I, 3: Scratch Pad 2 STINE. KAREN: GRA I. 2, 3. rep. I; Pep Club I. 2, 3. rep. 2. 3: Cheorsquad I. 2, 3. co-capt. I. capt. 3: French Club I. 2. off. 2: Girls Club rep. 2: cadet teaching: Web STOHLMEYER. MARGARET: GRA 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3. council 3. rep. 2: Twirler I. 2, 3: Latin Club I: nursing STONE. JOHN (DAVID): Soph. Band: Band I, 2. 3: Orchestra I. 2: Boys Glee I. 2: Choir 2. 3; Mixed Chorus I; Madrigal I, 2, 3: French Club I, 2. 3: Latin Club I: debato 3: Scratch Pad 2: All-Stato Chorus 2: All-Stato Band 3 199-v STUCKY, DAVID: baseball 2: football I. 2, 3: Intramural Council 2; tracl I. 2, 3: Boys Club rop. 2: Scratch Pad 2: Studont Council 2: Key Club 2. 3. soc. 3: hall monitor 2 SULLIVAN. NANCY: GRA I. rop. I; Pop Club I. 2, 3: Girls Glee 3; Mixed Chorus 3: French Club I. 2: Girls Club rop. 3: Junior E oc. SVEC. JAN: baslotball I: football mgr. I; track I. 2, 3: cross-country 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2, 3: Pop Band 2, 3: Sen- ior Senato SVENDSEN. CHARLOTTE: Pep Club I TAYLOR. KAREN: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Gloo I: Spanish Club I. 2. 3: drama I. 2. 3: Palm Club 3: work experience TEMPEL CHRISTINE: GRA 3: Pop Club 3: Choir 3: Madrigal 3: work experience: movod from Dos Moines 3: Girls Glee 2: Mixed Chorus I: Future Nurses I, 2: Future Physicians 2: asst, swimming I TESDALL. RONALD: Boys Club I. 2. 3 THOMAS. ANN: Girls Club I. 2. 3 THOMAS. CHARLES: wrestling I. 2. 3: cross-country 2: Spanish Club 2: Boys Club rop. I. 2. 3: Spirit rep. 3 THOMPSON. BETH: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: German Club I. 2. 3: Girls Club rep. 3: drama 3: Spirit rep. 3: Web THOMPSON. THOMAS: basketball I; track I. 2, 3; cross-country 2. 3. co- capt. 3: Junior Exoc.: Student Council 2: cadet teaching THORSON. ROBERT: baseball I. 2. 3 TORKILDSON. CHRIS: wrestling I. 2: Intramural Council I. 2: track mgr. I, 2: Spanish Club I. 2. 3. off. 2; Scicnco Seminar I TRUHE. JOAN: Pep Club I TUTTLE. TERRENCE: football I. 2. 3: track 1. 2, 3: French Club 2: Studont Coun- cil 2 ULLESTAD. DIANE: GRA 2: Pop Club I. 2. 3. sec. 3; croativo dance I: Girls Glee I, 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I; Madrigal I: French Club 2: Sonior Senate, treas.: cadet teaching, All-State Chorus I: Web editor ULMER. MARY (CHRISTINE): GRA 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3. v pres. 2: Girls Gloo I. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: French Club I. 2, 3 UNTRAUER. STEPHEN: tennis I. 2. 3: Spanish Club 2 UTHE, MARLENE: Pep Club I. 3: Latin Club I: Math Club 3: Drama 2: Spirit rep. 3 VAN PATTER. MARGARET: Pep Club I. 2, 3: drama I: Fire Squad 3 VAUGHN. BARBARA: Pop Club 2. 3: creative dance I: DECA VOHS. RICHARD: football I. 2: golf I: Soph. Band: French Club 2. 3: Latin Club I: Junior Exec.: Student Council 3. pres. 3 WACKER. LYNETTE: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Girls Glee I. 3: Choir 3: French Club 2, 3: German Club I: drama I. 2, 3: Palm Club 2. 3. sec. 3 WAGNER. CATHERINE: GRA 2. 3. rep. 3; Pep Club 3: Soph. Band: Band 2. 3: Pep Band 2: German Club 2. 3 WALTER. JAMES: basketball stat. 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band I, 2. 3: Orchestra I. 2. 3: Latin Club I; Science Seminar I; Scratch Pad 2; Junior Exec., treas.: Student Council 3, treas. 3: Food Coun- cil I. 2. 3 WALTER. MARION: cadet teaching V EARTH. STEVEN: football I. 2. 3: wrestling I. 2. 3: track I. 2. 3 WEBER. PEGI: Math Club 3: moved from Paducah, Ky., 3: Pep Club I, 2: Stu- dent Council 2 WEIGEL. THOMAS: Boys Club I. 2. 3 WEISS. PETER: tennis I: track I: Latin Club I V ELLER, MITCHEL: Boys Club rep. 2 WELLS, STEVAN: basketball mgr. I; foot- ball I. 2. 3: wrestling 2, 3: track I. 2. 3: Spanish Club I: Web WESSMAN. SCOTT: Boys Club I. 2. 3 WEST. RAYMOND: work experience WESTVOLD. CAROLYN: Pep Club 3: DECA; Girls Club rep. I V HITE. PAUL: Intramural Council I. 2 WICKHAM. LINDA: Girls Glee 3: Choir 2: Mixed Chorus I; Latin Club I: work experience WIERSON. GARY: wrestling 2. 3: Boys Glee I: Mixed Chorus I: drama I WILSON. CANDACE: GRA I. 2. 3: Pep Club I. 2. 3: Synchronette; I. 2. 3 WIRTZ. ARTHUR: wrestling I. 2: Intra- mural Council I; track I. 2. 3: cross- country 2. 3: Boys Club rep. 2: Art Club I: work experience WISER. DONALD: Basketball I; Wrestling 3: Tennis 2. 3: Soph. Band: Band 2: Boys Glee I. 2. 3: Choir 2. 3. pres. 3; Mixed Chorus I: Madrigal I: French Club I: Senior Senate WOOD. TIMOTHY: Boys Club I. 2. 3 WOODROW. ROY: Track I. 2. 3 WOODWARD. CHERYL: Office Ed.; Pep Club I YEAMAN. BETH: Pep Club I. 2. 3; French Club 1.2; Work Experience "HALLELUJAH!" shouted one of the team members as the Little Cyclones crawled across tho new track to prevent damage to it.Index A Abe). Mr. Darrlll ........................... 57. 117 Accola. Gordon ......................... 5$. 62. 121 ACTIVITIES .................................... 14-93 Adams, Connie ................ 28. 85. 120, 121 Adams, Mr. Herbert ......................... 97 Adamson, Mr . Irene ........................ 119 ADMINISTRATION ................................ 96-97 ADS ......................................... 161-194 Agard. Don ......... 19. 63. 75. 76. 121. 122. 180 Alfcertjon. Mr. H. Hubert ......................... I Albertson. Kris ............................. 40. 153 A'cott Craig ................................ 71, ISO Alderman, Becky ................................. 157 Alderman. Larry ............................ 121 A'erander, Diane ........................... 121 Alfred. Mary Jo ................. 40. 83. 8?. 151 A'cn. Mr. Bill ................................... 96 Aiifree, Craig ............................. 157 Allfrcc, Guy ............................... 121 Allison. Carla ......................... 40. 89. 155 Amenson. Marcia ................................. 151 Amenson. Sonjia ............................ I S3 Amman, Mr. Robert .......................... 105, 189 Anderson. Mrs. Beth ...................... 100. 153 Anderson. Brent ........................... 62. 151 Anderson. Carl ............................ 68. 151 Anderson. Carol H......................... 42, 150 Anderson, Carol J........................... 121 Anderson, Conrad ........ 54. 63 . 64. 76. 91. 153 Anderson, David ........................ 33. 39. 156 Anderson, Don ................................. 150 Anderson, Harlan .............................. 152 Anderson. Joe .............................. 121, 154 Anderson, Joyce ................................. 121 Anderson. Martha ............................ 81. 121 Anderson. Mile ............... 35. 36, 67, 71, 156 Anderson, Pat ................... 40, 42. 99. 156 Anderson. Ron .................................. np Anderson. Steve ............................... ISO Angle. Linda ............................... 156 Ante, Curt ................................. 154 Armstrong, Margaret ........................ 121 Arnbal. Carla ............................... 91, 152 Arnbal, Libby .............................. 121 ART CLUB ......................................... 55 Askelson. Nancy ............................. 42. 121 ASSEMBLIES .................................... 24-25 Augustine. Edie ................. 40. 82. 121. 127 Austin, Mrs. Phyllis ....................... 100, 159 Austrheim. Owen ......... 63. 66. 63. 121, 168, 196 Ayres. Whit .................. 34. 36. 39. 40. 121 B Bachman, Christy ............................ 41, 157 Backous. Diana ......................... 35. 57, 121 Bailey, Cheryl .............................. 59, 150 galley, Pat...................................... 157 Baird. Biff ...................... 54 . 62. 64, 153 Baird, Jim .................................. 54, 121 Baker. Deby ................................. 36, 121 Baker, Gail ..................................... 122 Baker, Janice ................................... 151 Baker, Jeanne ................... 43. 90, 122, 125 3aker. Jim ............................. 76, ICO. 159 Baker, John ..................................... 157 Baker. Mrs. Myrna ............................... 119 Baker. Steve ................................ 67. 153 Baldner. Debbie ................. 35. 86. 87, 122 Baldus. Mary ................................ 42. 150 Baldus, Raymond .................................. 57 Ballord, Lynn ................................... 153 BAND .......................................... 33-37 Banks, Roger ........................... 67, 69. 159 Banks, Lynn ............................ 40, 99, 158 Bappe, Pam ................................... 157 Bappe. Sandy ..................................154 Barcus, Irene ................... 44, S3. 83, 153 Barnes, Julie ................................. 122 Barnes. Marilyn ............................... 122 Barnhousc. Roionr.e ......................... 40, IS9 Barr. Pam ....................... 40. 91. 92. 122 Bartels. 8arb ................................... 154 Bartruff. Jerry .............. 40. 42 . 59. 91. 154 Bartruff. Jim .................... 35, 47. 59, 159 BASKETBALL ..................................... 74-79 Bateman, Amy ..................................... 150 Bates, Doug .................................. 47. 159 8ath, Karen .................................. 41, 159 Batman, Becky .................................... 153 8auske. Clay ............. 53. 59. 75. 93. 149. 150 Bauskc. Mrs. Grace ............................... 101 8cach. Ronnie .................................... 154 Beal, Linda ................................. 149. 151 8car. Mike ....................................76. 160 Beard. Connie ............................... 59 Beard. Bob .................................. 122 Beard. Duane ..........37. 3». 4. 47. 80. 90. ISO Beaty, Chris ......................... 67, 70. 160 8ccHcy. Mark ..................................... 151 8cc«man, Barb .................................... 151 Beckman. 8ev ..................................... 159 8ccm. Carolyn ................................ 2. 153 Beer. Teresa ..................... 44, 84. 152. 202 Beese. Alan ....................................... np 8ell. Carol ...................................... 122 Bell. Pam ........................................ 160 Bell. Sue ........................................ '54 Bcnbow. Mary ..................................... 122 Bcneke. Janet ................................ 39, 152 Benner. Barb ..................................... '60 Sennet. Marshall ..................... 62. 69. 154 Bensend. Mary ................................ 41, 160 8enson, Jeff ..................................... 157 8enson, Pat ...................................... 157 Benson. Ruthann ...................... 42. 53. 151 Benson, Tim ...................................... 122 8ergman. Wanda ................................... 150 Best, Benny .................................. 67. 156 8ickersfaff. Ray ..................... 63. 71. 151 Black, Dan .............................. 67. 156 Black, Nancy ..................................... '54 B'edsoc. Tom ..................................... 156 Bleeker, Tomy ........................... 40, 150 B’ewctr. Brenda .............. 36. 53. 83. 148. 154 Bliss Dave .. 17. 23. 24. 40. 54. 59. 63. 64. 75. 76. 77, 78. 122, ISO BOARD OF EDUCATION ................................ 96 Bockhop. Barb ........................ 99, 122, 132 Bockhop, Nancy .......................... 39. ISO 8oden, Bruce ............................ 59. 157 Boden. C'aig ......................... 54. 68. 89. 122 Bogenrief. 8rad .................................. 22 Borke. Joellyn ....................... 86. 89. 153 Borke, Mark .......................... 62, 68. 123 Borke. Pam .............................. 89. 158 Borron. Jeff ..................................... 159 Bowen. Mace ...................... 43. 44, 47, 157 Bowen. Margaret .................................. 151 Boyd. Dave .............................. 54. 123 Boyd, Steve ................................... 151 Boylan, Craig ........................ 37, 89, ISO BOYS CLUB ................................... 83-89 BOYS STATE .................................... '34 Brandenburg, Diane ............................ 123 Brcckenridge, Pam ......................... 84. 151 Brekke, Vicky ............................. 42. 155 Brink, Larry ............................. '23, 124 Bristol. Dick ........................ 59, 76. 154 Brown. Alyce ............................... 123 Brown. Anne ................................ '53 Brown, Annette .................... 39, 40. 99, ISS Brown Bob .................................. 123 Brown. Catherine........................... 44, 150 Brown, Dell ........... 54. 59. 63. 89. 91. 152, 153 Brown. Ginger ............................. 36, 152 Brown, Katharine ........................... 155 Brown, Kathleen ............... 85, 149. 151, 152 Brown. Louann ............................ '41. 157 Brown, Nancy .................................. 150 8rown, Palty .............................. 57. 123 Brown, Steve ................................... np Brown. Susan .............................. 40, 159 8rown, Tim .................................... 123 Browning. Gayle ............................... 123 Bruce, Bob .................................... 159 Brunia, Steve ............................. 21. 154 Bfunlng, Sharon ............................... 159 Bryan, Mrs. Jolene ............................ 124 Bryncr. Doug ................................... np Buchele. Beth ..................... 40. 43. 47. 124 Buck. Barb ................................ 42. 153 Buck, Beverly ............................. 42, 153 Buck. Mary ................................ 40. ISO 3uck, Stew ............ 37. 54. 59. 70. 71. 91. 150 Buck, Mrs. William ................:............ 96 Bunco. Susan ... 28. 34. 37. 40. 52. 86. 87. 93. 124 Burchinal. Pegi ................................ np Burdick, Lynne ....................... 40, 53, 157 3urgan. Dave .............................. 71. 124 Burgason, Scott ............... 67, 75. 78, 79, 158 Burkhalter, Gary ..................... 31. 39. 159 Burlhalter, Karol .................... 39, 40. i2-4 8urkharf, Mr. Larry ............................ 96 Burnet. Betty Jo .................. 40, 44, 45, 124 Burnet. Lori .................................. 158 Burns, Bov .................................... 158 Burns. Paulo ...................... 36. 39, 40. 53 Burns. Rita ............................... 42. 151 Burns. Sharon ................................. 152 Burton, Betty ................................. 151 Burton, Debby ................................. 156 Busch, Wanda .................. 28, 42. 85. 124, 172 Bush, Barb ................................ 40. 159 Bushore. Cathy ................................ 159 Bushorc. Vivian ............................... 159 BEARING THE COLD for the sale of practicing firo drills, Ames High students freozo togother. 201Build. Marlys ............................. 124. 159 Bun. Jonathon .................................. 160 Bun. Mr. Wilbur ........................... 104. IS Butler, Rick ............................. 67. 159 Buttrey, Mn. Either ....................... 116. 160 C CAFETERIA .................................... 119 Calderwood. Gregg ............................ 124 Caldwell, Mn. Paulene ...................... 118 Calhoun, Bruce ............................ 153 Calhoun. Joe ........................... 59, 159 Camara, Cheryl ............................... 150 Cameron, Pat ................................. 160 Canon, Rich .................................. 160 Cantonwine, Toni ............................. 151 Carbrcy, Anna ............................. 125 CAREER NIGHT ............................... 21-23 Carey. Kathy ........................... 42. 153 Carlion. Dawn .............................. 152 Carlion, Karen ............................. 151 Carlion. Marion ......................... 149. 150 Carlson. Nancy ...................... 19. 86. 125 Carlson, Soundra ............................. 150 Carpenter, Geof ........................ 75. 160 Carpenter. John .... 40. 54 . 59. 63. 64. 125. 174 Carr, Crystal .............................. 157 Carr, Mrs. Lois ............................ 118 Carter. Chuck .......................... 62, I5l Carter. Steve ....................... 67. 69. 160 Costner, Pat................. 40. 42. 149, 152. 154 Case. Bill ......... 54, 63. 75. 91. 92. 125. 180 Catui, Dave ................. 54. 59. 63. 68. 125 Cotus. Gary ................................ 151 Catui, Judy ................................ 156 Chada. Darwin .............................. 125 Charlson. Cindy ............................ 125 CHEERSQUADS ............................ 34-85 Chcnik. Nandi .............................. np Chenik. Paige .............................. 156 Christensen. Curt ........... 59. 88. 91. 125. 132 Christensen. John ................... 40. 67. 157 Christensen. Joyce ..................... 105. 156 Christenson. Don ....................... 47. 156 Christenson. Sandra ........................ 153 CHRISTMAS FORMAL ........................... 23 Church, Judy ............................... 157 Clark, Deanna .......................... 40. 158 Clark. Jim ............................. 89, 153 Clark. Lee ................................. 126 Clark, Marcia ....................... 41, 42, 157 Claus, Santa ............................... 27 Clayburg, Mike .......................... 126. 177 Clem, Margo ................................ 126 Clemens. Sherry ............................ 158 Closs, Mr. Stanley ..................... 38. 103 Cochran. Randy ............................. ISI Cole, Bob ........................... 67. 69. 156 Coleman, Nancy ......................... 40. 158 Collins. Hugh ................................ 156 Collins. Lee ................ 34. 37. 40. 68. 126 Collins. Linda ......................... 99. 159 Conley, Mark .................................. np Conner, Anne ................................. 126 Constantine. Kosta .................. 57, 58. 126 Cook, Dennis ................................. 126 Cook Julie ......... 17. 19. 20. 40. 84. 91. 92. 93. 120. 126 Coon, Kothy .................................. 154 Cooper, Nancy ................................ 159 Core. Bob .................................... 126 Corrigan. Janet .......................... 92. 158 Corrigan, Kris ............................... 126 Cottrill. Melanie ............................ 160 Coupal. Carol ............... 40. 42. 53. 83. 160 Couture. Larry .......................... 150, 158 Couture, Mike ................................. np Couture. Steve ............................... 127 Covey. Mr. Hiram ............................. 114 Co , Ed ...................................... 162 Coy. Ron .................... 68. 127, 144, 168 Coyle, Debby ................................. 127 Coyle, Mike ......................... 69. 89. 157 Craig, Connie ................................ 160 Craig. Danny ....... 23. 54. 63. 64. 75. 92. 151 Craig. Dave .............................. 55, 127 Crane, Mrs. Jean ............................. Ill Crawford. Reid .................. 31. 37. 47. 150 Crawford. Steve ..................... 67, 76, 158 Crom, Penny .................................. 157 Cronk, Mrs. Pat .............................. 118 CROSS COUNTRY .............................. 60-61 Cross. Dan .............................. 70. 158 Cross, Linda ............................ 42, 153 Cross, Mike ............................. 71. 154 Crovisier. Judy .......................... 86. 151 Crovisier. Pat ............................... 127 Cummings. Beth ............................... 127 Cummings. Lynn ...................... 41. 86. 156 Currey. Bill ........................ 67. 91, 159 Currey. Mr. Bob ............................... 96 D Dahm, Fred ..................... 59. 76. 107. 153 Daley. Marlene ... 17. 23. 28. 82. 83. 84. 120. 127 Dalton. Tom .................................. 159 Danielson. Keith ............................. 127 Danielson. Neil ........................ 36. 127 Davidson. Ann ................................ 156 Davidson. Bruce .............................. 154 Davies. Jim ................................... 67 Davis. Becky ........................... 37. 153 Davis. Bill ......................... 68. 92. 154 Davis. Carol ................................ 156 Davis, Charles .............................. 158 Davis. Gail ................................. 127 Davis. Linda ........................ 41. 91, 157 Davis. Mike ............................ 67, 160 Davis, Steve ................................. 127 Day. Mr. Richard ............................. 103 Dayton, Barry .......................... 37. 150 Deal, Gary ................................... 158 DEBATE ........................................ 48 Demel. Mrs. Marjorie .................... 104, 159 DeMoss, Sandra .............................. 127 Dcnisen, Peggy ...................... 38. 39. 150 Dengler, Greg .......................... 54. 127 Dibble. Kathy .......................... 83. 128 Dietz. Cindy ........................ 41. 42. 158 Disney. Liz ............................ 89, 152 Dodd. Bill .................................. 160 Dohrman. Elfi ....................... 31. 128. 142 Dolling. Dave ............................... 153 Domek, Lance ................................ 151 Donhowc. Steve ............. 52, 54. 62. 93. 123 Dorrilson. Ann ................................ 41 Doty. Lucinda ............................... 159 Dowell. Marilyn ........................ 40. 151 Dozier, Sharon ......................... 42. 150 DRAMA ..................................... 43 47 Drummond. Jim ............................... 157 DuBois. Claudia ............ 18. 35. 40. 86. 128 Dumenil. Ann ........... 43. 82. 83. 104. 120. 128 Dunlcavy. Linda .............................. 154 Duvall. Mr. George .................. 75. 78. 107 Dvergstcn. Chris ........... 42. 67. 79. 91. 156 E Eakins, June ................................ 157 Eckstein, Monica ................................... 128 Eggleton. Katie .................................... 128 Eilts, Jayne ................................. 40, 154 Ekberg, Janet .................................. 87. 158 Elbert. Jim ........................................ 128 Elbert. Jack ....................................... 123 Eldridge. Jon .......................... 46, 89, 150 ELECTIONS ........................................ 26-27 EUctt. Tim ..................................... 71. 151 Ellinghausen. Chris .................... 55, 114, 158 Elliott. Doug .......................... 59. 128. 154 Elliott. Linda ..................................... 153 Ellis. Mrs. Catherine .............................. 119 Ellis. Charles .......... 36. 52. 59. 63. 149. 150 Ellis. Penny ........................... 41. 89. 159 Ellis. Susan .... 17. 28. 43. 44. 120. 128. 129. 146 EUson, Terri ....................................... 123 Emdie, Valerie ..................................... 159 Engel. Debby ...................... 36. 83. 89. 159 Engel. Pick ... 34. 37. 54. 59. 75. 77. 73. 120, 123 Engeldinger. Jane........ 40. 43 . 53. 83 90. 91. 92. 128 Engelhardt. Rich .................. 54. 63. 89. 123 Enquist, Craig ................................. 89. 129 Enguist. Mr. Willis .................... 59. 107. 157 Epperly, Sheri ..................................... 160 Epstein. Agnes ..................................... 158 Epstein. Ray ....................................... 129 Erbe. Vicki .................................... 40. 153 Erickson. Mrs. Cornelia ............................ 119 Erickson, Dave ..................................... 157 Erickson, Janet .................................... 160 Erickson, Ron ...................................... 158 Ethington, Marlene ................................. 160 Eucher, Ralph ...................................... 157 Evans. 8arb ....................... 40. 59, 129. 154 Evans. Holly ........................................ np Evans. Linda ....................................... 157 Evans. Rich ........................................ 152 EVENTS ........................................... 16-29 Everson. Grace ..................................... 129 E ner, Hcide ................................... 40. 129 E«ncr. Holly ...................... 31. 40, 42. 48. 156 F Faas. Mr. Donald ................................... 115 FACULTY ......................................... 96-119 Fagen. Barb ........................................ 153 Fallesen, Mr. Theodore ............................. 104 Farwcll. Ranae ..................................... 150 Fawkes. Ed ..................................... 69. 129 Ferguson, Dan ...................................... 158 Ferguson. Judy ................................. 36, 129 Fcrnelius. Dorothy ............................. 40. 129 FHA ................................................. 54 Fields. Mimi ................................... 41. 156 Fitzgerald. Mr. Lyle ............................... 113 Finch, Denis ....................................... 154 Finchom, Dave .................................. 44. 123 STUDENTS NOT PICTURED IN HOMEROOMS front: Karen Ring. Marjie Shaw. Debby Kenyon. Sandy Underhill. Jerry Pedersen: back: Alice Kellogg. Teresa Boer. Lynda Love. Jim Lytton. Shazada Khan.F ivcKjm. Dovg ............. 59. 62. 68. 129, 1)4 Finnegan, Jerry ................................ 129 Finnegan, Mary ......................... 86. 156 FIRESQUAD ....................................... 58 Firkins, George............. 54. 59. 71. 129. 132 F'jcvi. Ron ............................ 37, 153 F:»Vc.. Jjne ................................... 129 Fij» er. Jody .......................... 69. 158 Fisher. Pott! ..................... 34. 39. 92. 153 F.'tz, Dianne .................................. 157 Flack. Mm. Daily .......................... 118. I5S Fleig. Jean.......... 17. 20. 23 . 40. 84. 129. 135 Flora, Donna .................................... np Flores. Nancy .................................. r.p Flerke. Mn. Barbara ............................ 118 Foderberg, Ellen ....................... 35. 129 FOOTBALL ..................................... 62-67 Foote. Miss Wendy .............................. 113 Fortney, Harry ................................. 154 Fosberg, Doug ......................... 67. 79, |59 Fcshe. Connie ......................... 86. 152 Fcwes. Virgil .......................... 67. 159 For. Marilyn ...................... 42. 43. 89. 151 Frame. Ruth .................................... 160 Francis. Colleen ............................... 130 Francis. Susan ................................. 150 Franklin, Tom .......................... 47, 159 Franc. Larry ................................... 130 Frederick, Mary ....................... 41, 83. 158 Fredericks. Jeff..... 30. 40. 43. 44. 45. 128. 130 Freeman. Mike ................................... np French, Jean ........................... 40. 130 Frey. Karen .................................... 153 Fribley. Nancy ................................. 154 Fricsen, Cheryl ........................ 83. 159 Fritsch. Karine ....................... 35. 40. 159 Frits. Julie ........................... 53. 159 Fritz. Lisa ............................ 52. 153 Fryar. Tom ..................................... 160 G Galeis, Inta ........................... 53. 130 Gammon, Dan ............................... np Gammon, Dave .................................... np Gammon. Pat ........................... 30. 85. 154 Garland, Charles ............................... 130 Garman, Mr. Merle ......................... 116, 160 Garrett. Mrs. Avoncltc ............ 85, 93. 117. 151 Garrett. Scoff ............................ 126. 130 Garrcy, Jack .............................. np Gay. Scott ............................ 79. 91, 160 Geist, Kirk ................ 54. 71. 91. 93. ISO George. Peggy .................................. 160 Geriets. Greg ............................. 157 Gibb. Allan ............................... np Gibbs, Dave ............................ 89. 156 GIP.LS CLUB ............................... 83-89 GIRLS STATE ............................... 135 Glosemcycr. Arlene ........................ 150 Goetiscb. V esley ......................... 160 Gonser, Lisa ................................... 160 Gonser. Marsha ........................ 2. 89. 153 Good. Bill ..................................... 130 Good. Gary ............................ 67. 79. 156 Good. Roland ................................... 157 Goose. Mother ................................... 85 Gossard. John ......................... 59. 72. I SI GRA .......................................... 82-83 Graham. Steve .............................. 91. 151 Greene. Angela ................................. 157 Greene. Charles ................................ 150 Greene. Mary ............................... 40. 156 Greene. Mr. Ron ................................ 118 Grewcll, Gene .................................. 158 Grewcll. Sheila ............................ 41. 155 Grimes. Georgia ............................ 92. 151 Gronvoll. Mr. Kalmar ........................... ICO Groomes, Don ................................... 130 Gunr.erson, Gary ........................... 69. 157 H Haas. John ............................. 37. 153 Hadaway, Mike .................................. 130 Hade, Dan ...................................... 155 Hade, Mrs. Darlene ............................. 119 Hageman. Craig .................... 59. 67. 76. I S3 Hagen. Doreen .................................. IS5 Hagen. Janet ................................... 151 Hagen, Kent .................................... 130 Hagen. Sandy .............................. 130 Hagerty. Vicky .................... 41. 89. IS7 Haggc. Tina ..... 41. 42. 45. 47, 85. 86. 158. 183 Hague, Janet ...................... 35. 55. 130 Hakes. Chris ................................. 153 Hall. Mary ................................... 159 Hall, Sheryl .............................. 131 Haltorman, Steve ...................... 62, 152 Hamilton, Bob .... 16. 28. 54. 59. 62. 69. 90. 91. 131, 134 Hamrr.c. Don ................................... np Hammer. Alison ............................ 83. 150 Hammer. Oavc ............ 44. 54. 89. 91, 92, 131 Hand. John .................................... 151 Hand. Marc ............................... III. 158 Hannusch. Henry ............................... ISO Hansen. Debbie ................................ 154 Hansen. DMe .................... 40. 83. 85, 89. 157 Hanson. Mrs. Marilyn .......................... 109 Hopes. Laura .................................. 158 Harlan. Stan .................................. 159 Harless. Lonnie ................................ np Harrell, Steve ................................ 131 Harris. Mike .............................. 131 Harris. Wayne ....................... 42. 68. 159 Harrison, Greg ................. 47. 52, 131. 134 Hartman, Mr. Kenneth .......................... 110 Hathaway, Mary ................................ 151 Hatten. Bill .............................. 62. 153 Haugen. Chris........ 26. 40. 54. 59. 63-65. 68-69 90. 92. 120. 131, 183 Haugland, Rich ........................... 125. 131 Haugsfed. Susan ............................... 159 Hauser. Mark .................................. 159 Hauser. Wade ....................... 23. 91-92. 131 Havener, Mr. Charles ...................... 57. 116 Haviland, Susan ..................... 44. 46. 150 Hayes. Terri .................................. 131 Haynes. Nancy ............................. 40. 159 Hazen. Mary .................... 83. 89. 91. 93. 154 Hazcn. Vcc ..................... 17. 28. 43. 89. 131 Hcaberlin. Carl ............................... 154 Heady. Barb.......... 17. 23. 28-29. 42. 84-85. 91- 92. 131, 180 Healy. Dennis ... 19. 54 . 63 . 75. 77. 93. 149-151. 155 Healy. Jar.e 159 Heddleston. Lorraine ... 36. 39-41. 89. 153 Hcer, John . 68. 160 Heer, Re 153 Heers. Jim 151 Heggen. 3arb . 83. 160 Heggen, Judy 42. 83. 40 160 Heggen. Mary .. 36. 15b. 160 Hegstrom, Morlcy Heizcr. Nanci ... 86. 144. 92. 157 152 Heldt. Dean 131 Helland. Brian 160 Hcmbrough, Susan 131 Hernstreet. Steve 6V. 151 Hensley. Jeff ■ 69. 153 Herman. Paula 41. 156 Herrnstadt. Mr. Dick ............................. 96 Herrick. Jim ......................... 68. 92. 160 Hetzcl, Mr. Waller ............................... 96 Hibbs. Mike ................... 31. 38-39. 131-132 Hibbs Steve ................. 38-39. 59, 92. 157 Hickman. Kathi .................................. 131 Hickman. Marsha ................................. 151 Hicks. Jane ................................. 89. 154 Hicdeman. Mr. Dale M........................ 103, ISO Highland. Jack ............ 54. 62. 68. 131, 174 Highland. Steve ...................... 72. 92. 150 Hildebrand. Jim ................................. 151 Hildebrand. Tom ...................... 79. 92. 156 Hill. Curt ..................................... 151 Hockman. Elaine ................................. 153 Hoag. Marsha ............................... ICO. 156 Hoff. Keith ............................... 56 Hoffrnan, Jim ................................... 150 Hofstad. Kathy .............................. 56. 132 Holder. Irrna ................................... 157 Holdrcdgc. Wally ................................ 154 Holdren, Helen ................................... np Holdrcn. Jane ......................... 151. 159 Holley. Arleta .................................. 153 HOMECOMING .................................... 16-20 Hoover, Mrs. Clara ............................. 99 Hopkins, Steve ................................ 132 Hoskins. Karole ............................. 41. 157 Hostettcr. Tom ........................ 68. 153 Hostetter. Hugh ................................. 132 Houge, Nancy ................... 23. 86. 132. 155 Houlson. Kent .................................... np Howe. Viola ........................... 40. 132 Howell. Vicki ............................ 41-42. 158 Howerton. Dcbby ................................. 159 Huffcr. Carol ........................ 36. 42. 151 Huisman. Linda ............ 36. 53. 89. 149. 153 Huntress. Beth ................................ 150 Huntress. Margaret ............................ 152 Hunzikcr, Dave .............................. 89, 158 Hunzikor. Jon ........................ 59. 67-68. 159 Hijrlburf. Cherie .................... 41, 53, 159 Huston. Oavc ................................ 70. 158 Hufchcroft. Charlene .... 17. 28-29. 32. 89, 120. 132. 175 Hufchcroft, Mrs. Etha ........................... 119 Hutchinson. Cyndi .............. 85. 89, 91. 159 Hutchison. Linda ............................ 40. 153 Hyer. Bob ................................... 67. 159 I ben. Betty ......... Impecovcn, Mr. Robert INDEX ................ INDOOR TRACK ......... Ingram. Janice ....... Ingvoldstad. Susan INTRAMURALS .......... Israel. John ......... Iverson, Mrs. Carolyn .. Iverson. Joan ........ Ivis. Ann ................ ...................... 159 ............ 63. 68. 10? ................... 201-206 ................... 72-73 ............. 41-42. 160 40. 59. 81. 83. 85. 132 ..................... 80 ...................... 159 ...................... ID? 36. 39-40. 86. 89. 92-93 ..................... 132 WISHFUL PENNIES were arrangod on the AHS blankot beforo the Boono game. 203Ivis, Richard 160 Kallon, Bonnie Kane. Bob ISI Lovely, Marty Lovely. Steve Lucht. Walt 36. 40. 42. 157 .. 23 . 54. 63-64 . 89, 135. 174 J Kathmann, Bill Katz. Gary 158 Luscolect Jim Lybcck. Paul Lyman. Laura 34. 37. 54. 135 . 155 IS7 Keller. Don . 67. 158 159 Lytfon, Jim Lytton, Judy 40. 62. 76. 202 Jackson, Morris ...... Jackson, Terri ....... Jocobson, Mrs. Anno Jacobson, Bruco .... Jacobson, Kirk ....... Jofari, Faycq ........ Jafari, Jafor ........ Jarvis. Joyce ........ Jay, Julie 1)2 113 132 132 150 132 155 . 40 Jellingcr, Sue .............................. 150 Jensen. Stan ............................. Jeska. Judy .................................... Jetmund. Doug ................................ ” " Johnson. Ann ....................... Johnson. Betty............. 3S. 40. 85. 91-92. 33 Johnson, Brian (Jr.) .......................... Johnson. Brian (Soph.) ............. 7?. 89. 92. 50 Johnson. Cothy ..................... 83. 85. 57 Johnson. Cindy ..................... 7. 82. 54 Johnson. Dave 150 Johnson, George ............................. Johnson, Jancllc ........................... ,' ® Johnson. Mark ................................. „ Johnson. Mary ......................•••■• 35. 33 Johnson. Paul ..................... 87. 79. 92. 57 Johnson. Mr. Philip ........ 53-54, 71. 103. 57 Johnson. Randy .................... 37. 41-42. 55 Johnson. Rich 133 151 III Jolly. Lynn ........................ 67- 75. 55 Jonas. Mr. Allen ......................... 5. 03 Jones. Delbert ......................... ' Jones. Ernie ............................... 05 Jones. Gary .............................. Jones, Mr. James ......................... Jones. Jerry ................................. Jones. Jeanne ............................ Jones, Mrs. Karen .......................... Jones. Linda ............................. Jones. Ron (Sr.) ......................... Jones. Ron (Soph.) ....................... Jordan. Craig ..........................Vo’itn Jordan. Linda ......................•••••• Jordan. Ron ........................ 37. 75. 77. 51 Joseph. Cedric ........................••• !■” Joseph. Kerry ......................... (,• w Joseph. Peggy ................ ••■ •••• -• • ” Judge. Nancy .................. 17. 28. 69. 133 91 Judge. Nick ........................... 0- 32- 33 K Kaldor. Susan ..................... 4|. 85. 92. 158 Kellogg. Alice .................................. 202 Kellogg. Charles ................................ 33 Kellogg, Karen ......................... 83. 151 Kelly. Kathy ........................... 83. 159 Kelso. Sherilyn ........................ 40. 159 Kcmpthorno, Jill ....................... 39. 153 Kennedy. Kathy .................................. 150 Kenworthy, Dave ......................... 71. 152 Kenyon, Debbie .................................. 202 Kepley. Doyle ....................... 57. 89. 159 Kern. Bob ............................... 92. 159 Ketcham. Mark ................................... ISO KEY CLUB ....................................... 8J2 Khan. Shazada .......................... 58. 202 Kicrtzncr. Linda .............................. • S2 Killam. Pam ......................... 40. 42. 151 Kilstrom, Norma ................. 83. 86. ISO King, Mark .............................. 81. 133 Kingsbury, Bruce ................................ 154 Kingsbury, Dennis ...................... 133. 154 Kingsbury. Lowell ........................... 51 Klatf. Dave ............................ 91. 150 Klein. Kaye ........... 35. 82-83. 134. 159. 190 Kleinschmidt, Judy .............................. 134 Kline, Marilyn .................. 37. 0.-85. 134 Kluck. Cynthia .......................... 83. 150 Knabc. Chuck .................... 79. 91. 155. 150 Knocr. Kris ............................. 41, 157 Knudson, Dcbi ................................... 153 Knutson. Lynda ................................ 134 Knutson. Rachel ............................... 50 Knutson. Wesley ............................... 150 Koerbor. Anne ................... 40. 42 , 48. 160 Koestner. Dan ................... 75. 80. 88, 134 Koestner. Jana .................................. 134 Kraft. Amy .............................. 39. 154 Kunorth, Jeff ................................. 150 Ladd, Mark .............................. 56. 134 Ladner. Alan ............................... 134. 143 Laffoon. Lee .................................... 34 Lagomarcino. Mary ............... 40. 55. 134, 145 Lambert. Terry .......................... 37, 153 Lambert, Tracey ................................. 154 lomoglia. Cyrie ................................. 156 Lompc. Dclmar .................................... 69 Lande. Bayerd ................................... 134 London. Nancy ................................... 134 Lange. Diane .................................... !50 Lange. Mike ......................... S4, 63. 134 LANGUAGE CLUBS ................................ 30-32 Larsen, Jaquie ........ 36. 39-40. 42. 91. 93. 157 Larson. Cindy ........................... 40. 155 Larson. Dennis .......................... 71, 151 Larson. Donna ................................. IS3 Larson. Keith ............................... Larson. Mairi ................................. 151 Larson. Mrs. Marilyn .......................... 119 Larson. Jim ................................... J5I Larson. Steve .......................■ ■ ■ • • Lasche. Larry ....................... 54. 72. 135 Latta. Mike ...... 54. 62. 91-92 119. 134-135. 138 LaVelle. Mr. T.E...................................96 Layton, Patty ................................... 1 5 lechncr, Candy .......................... 3S, 135 Lechncr, Doug ....................... 57, 75. 157 Ledet, jack ..................................... ISO Lee. Dcena .................................... 151 Lee. Donctta .................................. 35 Lee. Marlene .................................. 3S Lee. Mike ..................................... '52 Lee. Rick ..................................... 155 Lee. Susan .................................... 151 Lcgvold. Ann ............................... 132. 135 Leibold, Bonnie ............................. 135 Lemish, Jeff .................................... tSl Lenning. Laura .............................. 135 Lewis. Terry ........................ 37. 49. 150 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS ............................... 99 Licdman, Jay ................................ 135 Liming. Dennis .............................. 135 Linder. Vickio .............................. 154 Linder. Tim ........... 59. 67. 75-76. 78. 92. 155 Link, Dave ............................... 70-71, 154 Link, Kristi ........................ 41, 85, 155 Linstrom. Brondo ............................ 150 Litchfield. Suzanne ......................... ISO LiMlchate. Mary .......................... 41-42. 155 Lokkcn, June ....................... 40. 47. 53. 157 Love, Glenda ............................... 151 Love, Lindo (Sr.) ........................... 35. 135 Love. Lynda (Jr.) .......................... 191. 202 Nl MacBride, Mr. George ............. 58. 115, 149 Mac8ride. Nancy ............................. ItO MacBride, Rita ........................ 40. 135 MacMonaglc. Marie ..................... 52. 135 McBride. Lisa ............................ 41 McCann. Pam .............................. McConkey. Lynda ............................. 153 McCoy. Jerry ................................ 135 McCullogh. Andy ............... 42-43. 47. 157 McDonald. Dick ........................ 36. 154 McDonald. Mary ........................ 42. 135 McDonald. Ron ............................ McElh.erne. Jenni ................ 35. 39. 159 McFarland. Paul .................. 79. 89. 153 McGee, Evelyn .................... 39. 42. 135 McGee. Tim ............................ 98, 157 McGinnis. Kathy ............................. ISO Mcllwain, Ton ............................... 135 Mclntire, Kathy .............. 53. 81, 83. 135 McKcown, Nancy ........................... 160 McKcown, Roger ........................... 135 McKern. Kathi ......................... 42. 152 McLaughlin. Mike ......................... 89 McMahon. Blake ........................... np McMahon. Judy ......................... 40. 160 MeMillen, Mike .............................. (36 McNabb. Peter ........... 40. 44. 43. 90-92. 136 McNally. Miss Mary ....................98. 101 McNurlen. Dave ................... 0. US. 135 McNurlen, Gary .............................. ISO Macheak, Greg ............................... IS3 Mackey. Gary ........................'....... 53 Mackey. LoOonna .......................■ '57 Madden. Kevin ......................... 79. 1.8 Magiltcn. Linda ............................. 36 Mahar, Ron .................................. ISO Malcolm. Lesa ............................... 55 Malmquist. Becky ............................ 35 Malone. Bev .................. 36. 52. 154. 149 Manchester, Mike ............................ 54 Martin. Marion .............................. 'S3 Mathiscn. Mark ................... 71, 93. 151 Matsen, Mrs. Irma ........................... 19 Matters. Joyce .............................. 54 Matthews. Jcnnitcr ........................ 36 Matuseski. Kathi ...................... 44. 155 Motuseski, Maureen ........................ Matuseski. Rosie ...........................j" Maurer. Chuck ... 26-27. 52. 54. 59. 61. 88-90. 92 Ma«on. Mrs. Carolyn ........................98 Mcgrcgian. Anna .................. 36. 39. 160 Mcgrcgian, Marty ...................... 3?. |3o Mehlc. Ann ................................. 6 Melcncy. Steve .............................3; Mendenhall. Mr. Jack ......... 63. 68. 113. 123 Mcssmer. Maryann ........................ 31. 153 Mctheney. Denise ........................ 40. 167 Mctzler. tom ......................... 38-40. 137 Michael. Todd .......................... 36. 150 Michclson, Jack .................. 37. 71. ISO Mickclson, Paul ......................... 70. 159 MicHe. Tom .............................. 92. 55 Middents. Mr. Richard .................... ■' Middle. Susan .......................... • Millard. Mary ............................... 37 Miller john .............................. 37 Miller. Mary ................. Miller, Maury ............... 42. 53. 92. I 0 Miller. Paul ..................................■ Miller. Tom ............................ 37. 137 Milleff, Debbie ........................ ®3. 137 Milligan. Mike ................................" Milligan. Sharon ......................... f; Millikin. Mr. Harlan ................... 3. 05 Mills. Vickie ...................... Moldcnhauer. Jean ............... j». 91. 3 Moldenhaucr. Pat ................ 36. •».. 85. 53 Monfag. Tom .......................... “ Montegna. Jim ............................... Moore. Dennis ........................... "T Moore. John ....................... Moore. Sheryl ............... 56. 81. 137. 70 Moore. Steve ............................ £ Morchead. Mr. Dav.d ......................... ™ Moreland. Mike ......................... JJ g Morgan. Mike .................... 58- Morion. Carla ........................... Morion Claudia .......................£ Morns. Craig .................... GIANT OR SUPERMAN? Chuck Maurer's huge portrait haunts tho teacher’s loungo. 204Morris, SMrlec — Mortenson. Barb .. Moiei, Marsha .... Mosier. Curt ...... Mott, Margie ...... Moyer. Susan ...... Mudd, 6ob .......... Mo' tal!. Greg ..... Mgltica, Marlene .. Mullin, Mrs Arlene Munsen, Sill ....... Mute, Lark ........ Myers, Bob......... Myers. Dale ........ Myers, Debbie .. ........................ 137 ................ 126, 137 .............. 40. 83. 137 ........................ IBS ................... 40. I S3 ........................ ISO .............. 72. 92. 157 ......... 63. 92. ISO-ISI ................... 89. 151 ........................ 119 ................... 67. 153 .............. 40. 42. I S3 ... 59. 67. 79. 157. IS9 ....................... 154 N Neal. Jim ........... Nelson. Bruce ....... Nelson. Kelton ...... Ness. Steve ......... Netcott. Curt ....... Netcott. Jenny ....... Netcott. Nanette ... Newton. Dean ........ Newton. Linda ....... Newton. Nancy ....... Nichols. Bill ....... Nickel. Roger ....... Nicolle, Janet ...... Niemann. Gay Renee Nilsson. Bob ........ Nims, Nadine ........ Nissen. John ........ Nordyke. John ....... Norlin. John ........ ....... 27. 54. 92. 133 ....................... 133 ......... 67. 79. 92. 153 ....................... 159 ....................... 133 ....................... 133 ....................... 159 ................... 67. 69 ............. 83. 53. 150 ............ S3. 139. 164 54. 63-69. 123. 133. 163 ................... 37. 153 ................. 133. 155 ........ 35. 120-121. 138 ....................... 154 .................. 84. 152 ................... 76. 159 ......... 42. 67. 70. 156 ....................... 150 Peters. Ron ................. 54. 62. 75. 77. 89. 139 Peterson. Carole ........................ 40. 99. 158 Peterson. Cris ............................. 44, 139 Pctecson. Greg ....... 59, 67, 68. 92. 100, 155, 159 Peterson. Janinc ................................ 157 Peterson. Julie ................................. 150 Peterson, Linda ........................... 89. 158 Peterson. Marv ............................. 69, 159 Peterson. Richard ......................... 69. 159 Peterson. Rick ............................. 71, 154 Peterson. Sara ................. 32. 53. 86. 140, 164 Peterson. Sue (Jr.) ......................... 53, 152 Peterson. Sue (Soph.) .................. 44. 83, 158 Phillips. Rhonda ................................ 151 Pier. Ed ........................................ 53 Pierce. Steve ................. 40. 54. 59. 124. 140 Pietx. Re. .................................. 80. 140 Pille, Dave ...................................... '40 Pille, Louise .................................... 150 Pirtle. Margaret ................................. 140 Plumb. Dennis .............................'• ••• '40 Pohl. Anne .......................... 34, 36, 45. 153 Pohorille. Mrs. Blanche .................... 114, 154 Politis. Ted ........................... 56. 63, l 0 Pollard. Danna .................................. 154 Pollard. Dec ................................... 140 Polhemus. Tom .................................... 67 Popelka. Dave ................................... '40 Popel«a. John ............................... 36. 154 Porter. Julie ................................... '40 Potts. Tim .................................. 93. 140 Pounds. Mile ...................................... np Powell. Dave ................................ 57, 150 Powell, Paula ............................... 40. 159 Powers. Carol ...................... 19. 36. 89, 140 Powers. Mark .................... 37. 39. 41. 69. 160 Pratt, jim ............................. 54, 71. I5l Provow, Susan ............................... 40, 159 Purvis. Peggy ................................... '4' Pyle, Dennis ................................ 62. 153 0 Oates. Steve ....... O'Brien. Chcri .... O'Brien. Miss Rose .. Oder. Jon .......... OFFICE EDUCATION OFFICE STAFF ....... Olson. Ruth ........ OPENING SECTION Orngard. Shellie ... Ornmg. Barb ....... Orton. Sandra ...... Osborn. Miss Jan --- Oshel. Phil ........ Oslund. Ed ........ Ostrem, Jill ....... Overhulser, 9ob.... Overland. Janice .... Overland. Mary Jo .. Owen, Gary ........ Owen. Mike ........ Owings. Mike ...... 0«ley, Kay ........ Oiley. Linda ....... ............. 42. 89. 160 ............ 84. 150. 179 ................. 57. 117 ...................... 153 ................ 116-117 ..................... 118 ...................... 159 ..................... 4.13 ....................... 154 .................. 40. 159 .................. 40. 160 ................ 105. 155 ....................... 133 ....... 54. 70. 71. 151 ..................... 160 .. 40. 41. 88. 132. 133 ................. 92. 153 ..................... 160 ................ 68. 160 .............. 54 . 68. 151 ........ 67. 155. 157 ...................... 133 ....................... 157 P Pace. Dave ................. Pace. Steve ............... Packer. Sara ............... Page. Cindi ................ Page, Don ................. Page. Mr. Kenneth ......... Pagliai, John .............. Painter. Ron ............... Paley, 8ruce .............. Palmer, Bill -............. Pontenburg. Jim ........... Pappas, Debra .............. Pappos. Terienne .......... PARENTS NIGHT ............. Parler, Charles .......... Parker. Theresa .......... Parks. John ............... Parks, Mary ............... Parks. Sharon ............. Patterson, Jar.et ......... Patterson, Mary Jo ... 36. Potterson, Rich ........... Paulson. Jo Ann ........... Peacock, Val ............. Pedersen. Jerry ........... Pedersen. Ron ............. Peel, Suzanne ............. Peglar. Maura ............ PEP CLUB .................. Pepper, Gail ............. Pep per, Jim .............. Percival, Jim ............. Petefish, Linda .......... Peters. Charlotte ......... ....................... np ............. 42. 70. 156 ....... 41. 76. 133. 189 ...................... 154 . 54. 63, 76. 153. 18? ................. 81. 106 ...................... 150 ....................... 53 ............ 70. 89. 156 .................. 63. 152 ................. 89. 157 ............. 35. 57. 133 .................. 83. 156 ..................... 21-23 ....................... 156 .............. 71. 89. 151 ............. 91. 92. 139 ..................52. 153 .............. 36. 86. 150 43 44. 45. 45. 47. 132. 139 .................. S8. 150 .................. 89. 13? ......................... 69 ..... 39. 48. 149. 153 ..................... 86-87 ....................... 151 ......... 54. 63 . 64. 13? ... 42. 158 ... 91. 151 41. 42. 157 Q § uinn. Cindy uinn. Terry . ... 159 37. 151 R Rader. Pat ...................... 89. 116. Ml. 162 Ramsey. Janet ............................ 53. 153 Ray. Nancy .................................... 151 Raykovic. Lola ................................ Reeves. Mrs. Sue ............................... 114 Reno. Mrs. Mary ................................ 102 Reichardt. Kyla ............................... 151 Reinsch, Steve ................................ 151 Reitz, Gary .............................. 115, 141 Rcnfeldt, Jana ................................. 153 Renfeldt. Jeanninc ...................v....... 151 Rev. Lauri ..................................... 152 Rcy. Roberto ................................... 157 Reynolds. Tim ........................ 70. 71. 153 Richards. Dorothy ......................... 86. 151 Richards. George .................. 54, 62. 68. 141 Richards, Gloria .. 35. 40. 41. 85. 86. 87. 141. 164 Richards. Kathy ................................ 151 Richardson. Dan ........................ 62. 69. 150 Ricketts. Linda .... 19, 34. 37. 39. 40. 82 . 83. Ml. 181 Rigg, Mary Sue ............................ 40. tSO Riley. Dove ................... 54. 62. 75. Ml. 190 Riley. Phil ....................... 47. 67. 76. 156 Ring. Karen ............................... 41. 202 Ripp. Mr. William ............ 91. 92. 98, 120. 125 Ritiand. Mr. Everett ........... 90. 91. 92. 97. 120 Robertson. Linda ............................. 141 Robertson. Mark ........................... 70. 156 Robinson, Ken .................................. 156 Roche. Richard ....................... 42. 70. 157 Rod. Bill ............................... 132. 141 Roemhild, Paul ............................... Regers, Jim .................................... '52 Rcgncss. Joan ................................. 141 Rohrbaugh, Bob ............................... 151 Romero. Ivon ................................. 153 Rose. Karen ............................... 42. 141 Ross, Tom ...................................... 154 Roth. Mitch .................................... 154 Rozebom. Ted ........................ 71. 149. 153 Ruedenburg, Lucia ............................. 141 Rucdenburg, Ursula ............................. '57 Runyan, Dennis ................................ 141 Rushing. Mike .................................. 154 Russell. Ken ................. 37. 53. 89. 108. ISO Rutter, Karen .................. 59. 103. Ml. 154 Rutzon, Bill ................................... 158 Ryan. Jim ................ 54. 62. 75. 76. 153. 192 S Sampson. Dennis 158 Sampson, Doug ............................. 151 Sampson. Kris ............................... 142 Sampson. Steve ...................... 67, 92, 157 Sampson, Susan ............................... M2 Sanchez. Offie ................................ 142 Sand. Kim ........................... 63. 68, 151 Sanderson. Bob ........................... 67, 160 Sandve. Bonnie ................................ 160 Sandvc, Bruce ............................ 68. 151 Sansgaard, Steve ............................. Sargent. Dan .................................. 158 Satrc, Pam .......................... 41, 53. 160 Saukc, Dave .................................... M2 Sauke, Valerio ............................ 41. 160 Saul, Marilyn ............................. 40, IS3 Saul, Pcgqi ................................... 157 Saveraid, Steve ...................... 68. 142. 168 Savton, Janet ................................. 154 Sayers. Dirk ................................... M2 Sayre. Eric ................................... 158 Scandrett. Lyle ................. 54. 63. 69. 150 Scandrett, Mrs. Verna ......................... 119 Schaeffer. Kurt .......................... S9. IS9 Schill. Mark ............................. 68. M2 Schill, Mike .................................. IS9 Schlapia. Linda ............................... 154 Schloerke. Karl ............... 37. 39. 67. 91. 159 Schloerke. Nancy ................. 17. 28. 81. M3 Schma'zried, Charlene .................... 143. 18' Schmidt. Charlotte ............................. MS Schmidt. Chris ................................ 160 Schminky. Sindy ............................... 157 Schneider. Carl ...................... 8?. 93. 152 Schneider. Mark ................................ M3 Schocncman Donna ................. 40. 43. 53. M3 Schocnenburgcr. Chuck ......................... 151 Scholten, Ann ....................... 36. 53. M3 Scholtcn. Kathy ...................... 37. 53. 155 Scholtes. Mary Jane ... 40. 41. 43. 44. 46. 86. 87. 91. 92. M3 Schuette, Alison .............................. 156 Schuctte, Brenda ................ 35, 120. M3. 184 Schulze. Karen .......... 28. 53. ?. 126. M3. 170 Schumann. Debby ..................... 40, 42. 156 Schumann Mrs. Laronnc ......................... 99 SCIENCE SEMINAR ................................ 49 Scott. Bob .................................... 150 Scott. Dave ..................... 35. 134. 136. M3 Scott, Laura .................................. 157 Scott. Mr. Marvin .................. 48. 107. 151 Sealock. Jo .............................. 83. 153 Searls. Jim ................................... 160 Seastrand. Amy ...................... 47. 83. 158 Seidel. Susie .............. 49. 83. 120. 132. 143 Seifert. Curt ............................ 37. M3 Seim. Becky ...................... 41. 42. 85. 157 Seiscr. Becky ............................ 40. 151 Self. Debbie .................. 19. 53. 83. 89. 143 Seligcr, Steve ............................... SENIOR ACTIVITIES ......................... I9S-200 SENIORS .................................... I20-M8 Serovy. Ann ..................... 31. 53. 151. 183 Sesker. Jennifer .............................. 154 Setterburg. Vickie ....................... 41, 158 Shaffer. Mr;, Harriet .................... 106. 151 Shank. Jenny ............................. 83. 153 Sharlin. Josh .................... 71. 89. 93. 154 Shaughnessy. Mary ............................. 153 Shaw. Marjie ............................. 40. 202 Shearer. Charles ......................... 70. 160 Shearer. Jan ....................... 56. M3. 173 THE YEAR OF THE FOOT ends with tho football coaches' lino-up at a pop assembly.Shelby, Christy ........................................ ISO Shelton, Jeff .......................................... 160 SherieV, Linda ................................ Sherman. Paul ........................................... M3 Shifflcr. Oebi ..................................... 83. M3 Shocn, Ernie ............................................ M3 Shorton, Cindy ......................................... 152 Sibley, Jan ....... .................................... 151 Sidles. Dave ....................................... 20. 154 Sidles. Mark .................................. Sicdelmann, Jan .................................... 85. 157 Siedclmann. Stevo ................. 43, 44. 49, t54 Siemers, John .......................................... 150 Sills. Brad ............................................ '54 Sills, Denny ............................................ M4 Sills. Mrs. Linda ....................................... M4 Sills. Lyla ...................................... 86. 157 Silverthorn, Debbie .................................... 160 Silverthorn, Susan ..................................... 150 Simonson, Darrel ....................................... 157 Simonson, Nadine .................................. 112, M4 Simpson, Jan ........................................... 140 Simpson, Rob ............................. 43. 153 Smalling. Mr. Raymond ..................... 78. 112 Smidc, Per ............................... 103, 142. 144 Smiley. Monica ................................ 83, 87, 151 Smith, Becki ........................................... 157 Smith, 8ruce .................................. 47. 72. 156 Smith, Donna ........................................... 154 Smith, Kathy ....................................... 84, 153 Smith. Lacky....... 37. 37. 47. 52. 88. 91. |49.. 152 Smith. Linda (Sr.) ........................ 83. 144 Smith. Linda (Soph.) ...................... 41. 154 Smith. Mark ............................... 58. 157 Smith. Steve ........................................... 153 Smith, Wally ....................................... 57, 151 Sncva, Greg ............................................ 159 Snook. Bill ............................................ 159 Socsbe, Kaye .......................... 42. 53. 154 Sogard. Carla .......................................... 155 Songcr, Glenn ................................. 37, 39. 144 SOPHOMORES ......................................... 155-140 Sorenson, Judy ......................................... 150 Sorenson. Dick ............................ 69, 150 Sorenson, Linda ........................................ 144 Soy. Joe ...................................... Sparboe, Mrs. Donna .................................... 119 Spatcher, Mr. Cecil ....................... 75. HO. 150 Speck. Mark ............................................ 153 Speer. Jim ................................ 71. 154 Spicer, Pam ....................... 40. 42. 85, 153 Spinks, Lois ...................................... 144. M7 SPIRIT DANCE ......................................... 28-2? SPIRIT STAFF ......................................... 52-53 Spohnhcimcr, Sheryl ............... 35. 36, 39. 42. 158 Sprague. Nancy .............................79. 157 Spratt. Mr. Roger ......................... HO. III. 156 Sprouse. Gary ............................. 67, 158 Squire. Ed ................................ 57. 144 Stalheim. Dave ................................ 37. 40. 144 Stamm. Mrs. Catherine ..................... 86. 102. 140 Staniforth, Art ............................... 71. 89. 159 Staniforth. Dave .................. 54. 71. 100. 144 Stater. Mrs. Ether ..................................... 119 Sfaudcr, Bill .......................................... 150 Steel. Jan ................................ 25. 53. 91. 151 Stenerson. Joyce ....................................... 144 Stephens. Rick .................... 42, 62, N8. I 4 Stephenson, Nancy ...................................... 158 Stephenson. Craig ...................................... 159 Stephenson, Roger ......................... 37. 153 Stevens, Celeste .................. 41. 42. 86. 159 Stowa'd. Doug .......................................... 157 Stewart, James ......................................... 160 Stine. Karen ........ 17, 20. 23. 28. 29. 84 , 84. M4 Stohlrr.eycr. Marge ........................... 35. 85. 145 Stohlmcyer. Mike ....................................... 151 Stone. Dave ......... 34. 37. 39. 48. 132, 133, M5 Stone. Mr. Edwin ................................... 89, 157 Stoneberg, Marian .................................. 36. 153 Stotts, Randy ................................. 67. 76. 156 Strand, Jeannette .................................. 59. 154 Stratton. Mr. Joe ....................................... 96 Stritzel, Denise ................................... 41, 159 Stritzel, Maryanne ................................. 89. ISO Stucky. Dave ............. 54. 62, 64. 69, 145, 176 STUDENT COUNCIL ...................................... 90-91 STUDENTS ............................................ 94-160 Sullivan. Nancy .......... 17. 28. 42. 87, 145. 191 Svcc. Jan ...... 35. 37. 90. 92. 120, 124, 137. 145 Svec. Tom ......................... 79, 91, 149. 160 Svendson, Charlotte .................................... 145 Swan, Don .............................................. 160 Swanson, Dennis .......................................... I Si Swenson. Anna ...................................... 40. 160 Swenson, Dave ...................................... 36, 157 Swenson, Pam .................................. 31, 36, 160 Sydncs, Dan ............................................ 156 Tadlock, Elaine ............................. 154 Tamoglio, Cyrie .................................. 154 Taylor, 8renda ................................... 153 Taylor, Karen .......................... 43. 44, 145 Tempel, Chris ............................... 40, 145 Terry, Steve ................................ 42, 156 Tesdall, Ron ................................... 145 Tesdall, Valerie ............................... 160 Thiel, Mrs. Anna Mae ............................. 119 Thomas, Ann .................................... MS Thomas. Chuck ................................. 145 Thomas, Suzi .................................. 152 Thompson, Beth ......................... 53. 87. M5 Thompson. Mrs. Evelyn ................... 101, 154 Thompson, Jerry .............................. Thompson, Lynette ................................ 156 Thompson. Mark ......................... 76. 91. 157 Thompson. Romy ................................... 158 Thompson. Tom ......... 26. 27. 54, 61. 72, MS. 147 Thomson. Bruce ......................... 42, 53, 157 Thorson. Bob ...................................... M6 Thorson. Daryl ......................... 67. 87, 156 Tilley. Judy ..................................... 154 Tilley. Pat ....................................... np Timmons. Nancy .............................. 40. 156 Toksoz, Mina ..................................... 157 Tompkin, Wendy ......................... 42. 83. 151 Toms, Dave ....................................... 153 Tonne. Charles .............................. 67. 156 Toppcnberg, Stanley .................... 40. 150 Torkildson. Chris ...................... 132, 146 Torry, Steve ........................... 103. 156 Tramp, Mr. Dale ........................ 67. 76. 105 Trow. Peggy ..................................... 156 Truhc. Connie .................................... 155 Truhc, Joan ...................................... 146 Trulin Mrs. Wanda ........................... 86. 117 Trump, Mr. Richard ............................... Ill Tucker, Sue ....................................... np Tuttle. Kathy .......................... 85. 89, 153 Tuttle, Terry ..................... 23. 54. 63, 146 Tweed, Marcia ............................... 40, IS Twettcn. Judy .................................... 153 Tysscling. Leeann ................................ 154 U Ul’cstad. Diane ....... 35. 40. 42. 86. 87. 120. M6 Ulmer. Christie ............................. 38. M6 Underhill. Sandy .......... 40. 53. 85. 152. 192. 202 Unger. Rich ............................ 54. 68. 150 Untrouer. Julie ............................. 153. 191 Untraucr. Steve ............................. 69. 146 Upchurch. Lois ................................... 157 Ustrud. Cindy .......................... 53, 85, 158 Uthe, 8ecky ...................................... 158 Uthe, Karen ...................................... 158 Uthe. Marlene .................................... 146 V V eovcr, Mrs. Sharon ............... 66. 117. 154 V ebb. Mike ............................. 160 V ebb. Paul ............................. 154 Weber, Ian .............................. 160 V cber, Jeanne ....................... 99. 159 Weber. Pegi .......................... 108 147 WEB STAFF ............................... SO 51 Weigel, Tom ........................ 59. 147, 154 Weis er, Elizabeth ......................... 150 Weiss. Eric .......................... 47, 160 Weiss, Marjorie .........................' 154 Weiss. Pete ................................. u7 Weller. Mitch .............................. 14s Wellhouse. Max...........................37 153 Wells. Steve ......... 54. 62. 68. 124. MS! 179 Welp, Stan .............................. 157 Welshons, Wade .......................... 39 151 Wengcrt. Jody ...........................' 153 Wessmen. Scott ............................. 143 West. Pay .................................. !«B Westvold. Carol ..................... 57 143 147 Wheatley. Kathy ....................41 155 Wheelock. Barb .......................’ 34, 140 White. Jim ..................................np White. Paul ................................ MS Whitley. Mrs. Colleen ................... 101 Whitney. Mrs. Charlotte ............ 97. 93. 129, 146 Wickham. Linda ..................... 4Q. 42. 143 Wierson, Gary .........................49' 143 Wicrson. Vicki ..........................157 Wilcox. Joel ......... 35. 36. 42 . 47. 59. 91. 156 Wilder. Susan ........................... 39, 134 Wildman, Bill ........................... 157 Williams, Mary Lou ... 41. 42. 83. 85 87. 91, 156 Willrich. Becky .......... 36. 40. 42. 53. 83. 156 Wilson. Bob .................. 67. 53. 91. 155. 158 Wilson, Candy ........................... 35. M3 Winkler. Chris ............................. ISO Wirtz. Art .............................. 57. 143 Wiser, Mr. Alfred .................. 40. 42. 103 Wise. Don .... 40. 43. 47. 54 120. 124. 126. Ml. I ‘8 Wolf. John .............................. 69. 151 Wood. Ken .................................. 157 Wood, Tim .................................. 143 Wood. Mr. Walter ................... 8?. 109. 150 Woodley. 8ernice ........................ 59. 153 Woodrow. Roy ............................ 148 Woodward, Cheryl ........................ 148 Woodward. Dale .......................... Woolley. Wayne ..................... 42. 67. 69. 153 V RESTLING ................................ 68-69 Wynne. Wayne ............................ 47. 153 Y Yeoman. Beth ............................. 143 York. Doug ........................... 67. 159 Young. Jim ............................. 150 Young. Karen ............................. 157 Young, Mike ...............................70. 159 •trj. Dorothy 105. 158 7 iifk ISI L 37. 75. 76. 153 Ric 37. 44. 150 Zack. Mr. Robert VanPattcr. Margo .............................. M6 Van Scoy, Kirk ...................... 67. 79. 158 Van Voorhis. 80b ...................... 76. 157 Van Voorhis. Mary ..................... 37. 151 Van Winkle. Rick ...................... 59. 158 Vaughn. Barbara .............................. ! 7 Vaughn. Carol ...............................$ Vcgors. Mrs. Aurilla ................ S8. 102. 153 Villa. Poncho ................................ VOCAL MUSIC ........................... Voelker, Bonnie ..................... 36. M9. 151 Vohs. Dick ............... 18. 23. 90. 91. 93. 147 Voss. Chuck ..................... 42. 76. 92. 154 W Wackcr. Lyncttc 43. 147 Wackcr, Steve 102. 153 Waqgoner. John .... 37. 37. 153 Wagner. Cathy 83. 147 Wall. Mary 4t. 42 Wallin. Robb 44 159 .. 37. 39. 90. 91. 92. 93. 147 Walter, Mari 147 Ward. Mrs. Barbara 52. 101 Ward. Pryor 154 Ward. Steve 52. 62. 6V. 150 Wardlc. Mike 69. 92. 159 Warner, Carol ISO Warner. Mary 30. 152 Warren, Debbie .... 42. 151 Warren, Marlene ... 89. 160 Watson. Scott 67, 76. IS9 SVearth. Chris 160 Wcarth, Steve 54. 62. 69. M7. 163 ............. 95 Zcdiker. Mr. Arnold ......... 67. 79. 91. Ml. 153 Zeliadf, Gary ............................. 68. 152 Zimmerman. Dianne ......................... 4-3. 152 Zinober. Amy ............................... 36. 150 Zitzlsperger. Mr. Ron .............. 43. 45. 102 Zmolek. Gloria ..................... 40. 86. 154 Acknowledgements Hill’s Studio—Endsheet aerial view, color pictures of pep as- sembly and basketball game; group photo of band, orchestra, vocal music, second semester Stu- dent Council; Mr. Albertson s picture. Wellhouse Studio—Color pictures of library, virgin prairie, march- ing band, trophy case, swimming pool; home room and other large group pictures. The Web and Mrs. Grace Bauske. 2061968 Spirit Staff Susan Bunce Editor-in-chief Bev Malone Assistant editor Jane Engeldinger Copy editor Clay Bauske Assistant copy editor Steve Donhowe Photo editor Steve Ward Assistant photo editor Charles Maurer Sports editor Charlie Ellis Assistant sports editor Greg Harrison Layout editor Lisa Fritz Asistant layout editor Marie MacMonagle Business manager Brenda Blewett Assistant business manager Sara Peterson Ads editor Ann Scholten Assistant ads editor Sandy Underhill Assistant ads editor Jan Steel Assistant ads editor Gary Katz Head photographer Sharon Parks Photographer Lachy Smith Photographer Mrs. Barbara Ward Sponsor 207Spring: climax of the year’s activities367 Ames seniors graduate at Commencement exercises The Ames Golf and Country Club again hosted the seniors for the tradi- tional picnic to celebrate the end of school and the start of Senior Week. Looking to the future, the seniors listened to the Rev. William F. Over- hulser in his sermon. "You Can Take It With You.' at the Baccalaureate service. May 26. The next night at commencement. Jane Engeldinger and Chuck Maurer addressed their fellow classmates. Mixed emotions were felt as the Class of 1968 filed up the aisles to re- ceive their diplomas. For some, joy and relief were felt as twelve long years came to an end. Many others ex- perienced sadness as they realized a part of their life was gone forever. I MIXED EMOTIONS show in seniors' faces at graduation. 2104 2 ADDRESSING THE CLASS OF '68 is Chuck Maurer, a graduating sonior. 3 CAMERA FEVER hit ovon Mrs. Rono during the senior picnic. 4 TEACHERS WERE PRESENTED a cake of accomplishments by Larry Aldorman after his graduation. 5 WARM WEATHER and water games were responsible for sore muscles, burned backs, and good memories. 6 NOT EVERYONE RELAXED at tho picnic, Elfi Dohrmann worked to get a final report in before graduation. 7 SKIN HILL would havo been a der- matologist's delight. i 7 - A- -Year topped by ‘Cabaret’ -the Junior-Senior Prom The efforts of the Junior Class paid off at the Junior-Senior Prom on May 18. 1968. The theme was 'Cabaret"— a French nightclub. The Eiffel Tower overlooked dancers in the Sun Room and "Can-Can," with Frank Sinatra and Shirley MacLaine, was the movie. A sidewalk cafe atmos- phere prevailed. The Prom was over at midnight, but gaiety carried on at after-parties at the Elks Club for the seniors and the Moose Lodge for the juniors. I CHIVALRY WAS KEPT ALIVE by Donny Healy and Danny Craig. 2 PUNCH provided the needed refreshment for the dancers. 3 A SIDEWALK CAFE carried out tho Fronch theme for the Prom. 360 graduates win scholarships, awards Sixty students in the Ames High Class of 1968 were awarded scholar- ships and honors for their academic and athletic achievements. Most of the awards were announced at the fine arts honors assembly May 10. Susan Seidel and Mike Hibbs re- ceived National Merit Scholarships. Ames High School had 13 Merit Scholarship finalists and 23 Letters of Commendation went to other high- ranking contestants in the national contest. Several other students received college scholarships. Nick Judge was awarded a scholarship to Yale Uni- versity. Peter McNabb to New Col- lege. David Stone to the University of Chicago, Evelyn McGee to Butler University, Christie Ulmer to Albion College. Gayle Browning to Central College, and Tom Miller. Nancy Schloerke. Jim Walter, and Pegi Weber received Freshman Merit Scholarships to the University of Iowa. Fourteen students won scholarships and grants from local organizations and six received admission to Iowa State University with Recognition and Scholastic Award, three Admission to ISU with Recognition for High Schol- arship, and eight. General Merit Scholarships to ISU. Curt Christensen received a Veishea scholarship to ISU. A full listing follows: OWEN AUSTRHEIM: National Merit Letter of Commendation. JIM BAIRD: National Merit Letter of Com- mendation. DAVE BLISS: Admission to Iowa State with Recognition for High Scholarship: Nation- al Merit Letter of Commendation. BARBARA BOCKHOP: National Merit Scholarship finalist. MARK BORKE: National Merit Letter of Commendation. BOB BROWN: National Merit Letter of Commendation. GAYLE BOWNING: Central College Schol- arship. BETH BUCHELE: Betty Crocker Ames High Homemaker of Tomorrow Award: Na- tional Merit Letter of Commendation. SUSAN BUNCE: Delta Kappa Gamma Teacher Recruitment Award. JOHN CARPENTER: National Merit Letter of Commendation. CURTIS CHRISTENSEN: National Merit Scholarship finalist; Veishea Scholarship to ISU: Admission to Iowa State with Rec- ognition and Scholastic Award. LEE COLLINS: National Merit Letter of Commendation. STEVE COUTURE: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship. ANN DUMENIL: National Merit Letter of Commendation: Admission to Iowa State with Recognition for High Scholarship. RICK ENGEL: National Merit Letter of Commendation: Iowa State University Athletic Scholarship. JANE ENGELDINGER: National Merit Let- ter of Commendation. GRACE EVERSON: Admission to Iowa State with Recogn tion and Scholarship Award. JUDY FERGUSON: National Merit Letter of Commendation. JEFF FREDERICKS: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship. BOB HAMILTON: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship. BARB HEADY: National Merit Letter of Commendation. MIKE HIBBS: National Merit Scholarship. PEGGY ISRAEL: National Merit Letter of Commendation. CEDRIC JOSEPH: Ames Community Career Grant. NICK JUDGE: National Merit Scholarship finalist: Yale Univorsity Scholarship. MARK KING: National Merit Letter of Commendation: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship. DAN KOESTNER: Admission to Iowa State with Recognition and Scholastic Award: National Merit Letter of Commendation: American Legion Auxiliary Award. LEE LAFFOON: National Merit Letter of Commendation. CANDACE LECHNER: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship. MARLENE LEE: Ames Business and Profes- sional V omen's Club Career Advance- ment Award. ANN LEGVOLD: National Merit Scholar- ship finalist. JAY LIEDMAN: Admission to Iowa Stato with Recognition for High Scholarship. BECKY MALMQUIST: National Merit Let- ter of Commendation. CHARLES MAURER: Admission to Iowa State with Recognition and Scholastic Award: National Merit Scholarship final- ist. EVELYN MCGEE: Butler University Scholar- ship. PETER MCNABB: New College Honor Schol- arship; National Merit Lettor of Com- mendation. BOB OVERHULSER: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship: National Merit Scholarship finalist. KAY OXLEY: Amos Community Career Grant. MARY JO PATTERSON: Admission to Iowa State with Recognition and Scholastic Award: National Merit Scholarship final- ist. JO ANN PAULSON: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship. MARTIN MEGREGIAN: Illinois State Uni- versity Certificate of Merit. TOM MILLER: Admission to University of Iowa with Freshman Merit Scholarship. GAY RENEE NIEMAN: Miss Ames Pageant Scholarship Award. LINDA ROBERTSON: Ames Business and Professional Women’s Club Career Ad vancemcnt Award. BILL ROD: National Merit Scholarship final- ist. OFFIE SANCHEZ: Soroptimist Career Award. CHARLENE SCHMALZRIED: Beta Tau Delta Career Grant. NANCY SCHLOERKE: Admission to Uni- versity of Iowa with Freshman Merit Scholarship. SUSAN SEIDEL: National Merit Scholarship winner; Admission to Iowa State with Recognition and General Scholarship Award: National Baptist Scholarship Hon- or Award: Soroptimist Citizenship Award and second place. Regional Citizenship Award: Thorp Credit Award for winning district essay contest. DEBBIE SHIFFLER: Zora Knutson PEO Cot- tey College Award. DAVID STONE: National Merit Scholarship finalist; University of Chicago Scholar- ship. JAN SVEC: National Merit Letter of Com- mendation. KAREN TAYLOR: Jane Riggs Memorial Scholarship Award. CHRIS TORKILDSON: National Merit Scholarship finalist. JOAN TPUHE: Soroptimist Career Award. CHRISTIE ULMER: Albion College Scholar- ship Grant. MARLENE UTHE: Admission to Iowa State with General Merit Scholarship. JIM WALTER: Admission to University of Iowa with Freshman Merit Scholarship; National Merit Letter of Commendation. PEGI WEBER: Admission to University of Iowa with Freshman Merit Scholarship; National Merit Letter of Commendation. STEVE WELLS: National Merit Letter of Commendation. 213Students elect Healy, Baird The coming of spring found Ames High once more in the midst of a student body election. Nominations over the sound system revealed four sets of candidates: Dennis Healy—Biff Baird; Dave Vandeventer—Charlie Ellis; John Parks—Jerry Bartruff, and Ed Cox—Steve Halterman. Then followed a tense week of cam- paigning. complete with posters, but- tons and copies of platforms. After hours of speech polishing, the candi- dates presented themselves for final student review at the election as- sembly. The assembly was followed by voting in the lobby. That night, at the Junior Class smorgasbord, it was an- nounced that Dennis Healy and Biff Baird were the students' choice for student body president and vice-pres- ident. 214DENNIS HEALY BIFF BAIRD DAVE VANDEVENTER CHARLIE ELLIS JOHN PARKS JERRY BARTRUFF ED COX STEVE HALTERMAN 1 SMALL SKITS were used by somo of the can- didates to get their ideas across. 2 LAST-MINUTE PREVIEWING of the skits w„$ done by Mr. Smalling. 3 PILES OF BEAUTY greeted the vice presiden- tial candidates at their impromtu questioning. 4 LATE HOUR SPEECHES got their test at the election assembly. 215Ames... Ames... Ames. . . Season' 6 s Record (9-2) D. M. East Newton D. M. Tech 1 The tennis team, under the new guidance of Coach Dale Tramp, in conference play. The doubles team of Fred Dahm and Dave Van- 7 0 posted a 9-2 record, the deventer took first in con- Ames... II Storm Lake 1 same as the team record ference play. Dahm and Ames... 1 Roosevelt 6 last year. Hammer won the district Ames.., 7 Boone 0 Several bests were dis- title in doubles. Amos... 2 D. M. Lincoln ... 5 played by individuals. Ames advanced Van- Ames... Ames... 8 Marshalltown Boone . 1 Senior Dave Hammer deventer in singles and finished his last year of Hammer and Dahm in Tournamonts Conference—first 8-3 District—first 8-1 high school tennis with a perfect 9-0 record, in- cluding a first in singles doubles play to first round state competition. 3 216Golf takes state "State Champions"; what more can be said about the Ames High 1967- 68 golf team? The team, coached by George Du- vall, started the season by losing two of three very close matches. The team then woke up to make a clean sweep of Des Moines North. Newton, and Grinnell. Ames then took a hard one from tough competitor Roosevelt, only to bounce back and defeat Marshall- town. The team finished up its regular season play in a match lost to Boone. The golfers had a good season, but whatever they were holding back broke loose in competition from sectional through state. Ames took top honors in sectional play from Boone. Hoover and Web- ster City. In district play. Ames walked past Boone, Fort Dodge and Spencer. Ames then won the state championship with 321 and a personal best for the day of 76 by Jim Ryan. Season's Record (5-4) Ames .168 Grinnell . .... .167 Ames .182 Marshalltown . .183 Ames .202 Boor.e 201 Ames .162 D. M. North . ,185 Ames .165 Newton .181 Ames ,.159 Grinnell .175 Ames ..331 D. M. Roosevelt ... ,321 Ames ..168 Marshalltown .169 Ames ..161 Boone .150 Tournaments Conference with 348 Sectional ... with 298 District with 309 State with 321 1 FRED DAHM travelled to state in doubles ploy. 2 DAVE HAMMER finished season with a perfect 9-0 record. 3 TENNIS TEAM, front: Bob Kern, Mite Morgan. Chuck Voss. Don Wiser, Fred Dahm, Dave Vandeventer. Steve Untrauer, Dave Hammer. Whit Ayres. Keith Danielson; back: Alan Boose, Mitch Roth, Jim Pcrcival, Randy Johnson. Mart King, Steve Pace. Mark Thompson, Van Houlson, Jim Pratt. Alan Vandevontor, Coach Dale Tramp. 4 JIM RYAN'S low score led the golf team to state victory. 5 GOLF TEAM, front: Jim Baird. Mark Ladd. Rex Pietz. Maurio Miller. Stove Har- rell. Jim Ryan; back: Rich Unger. Craig Morris. John Parks. Max Wcllhouse, Craig Hageman, Joe Calhoon, Dave Swenson, Tom Miller. Rick Van Winkle, Mark Mathison. Coach George Duvall. 217Ames second indoors, goes undefeated outdoors Ames went all the way this year, taking second in the Iowa indoor meet and finishing first in the outdoor series. Ames' outdoor track team was unde- feated and dominated the state track meet. In the state meet, Ames re- corded first places in the 880 and 440 relays; seconds in the one-and two- mile runs and pole vault, and third in the mile relay and fourth in the two- mile relay, pole vault and two-mile run. Davenport Central was runner-up. Ames also finished first in the Little Cyclone Relays with 123 points; Mar- shalltown was second with 80' 2. Ames then went on to take first place at the Bobcat Invitational with 113 points, followed by Des Moines Roosevelt with 74. I AMES HIGH MILE TEAM, front: Chuck Maurer, Dave Boyd: back: Coach Harlan Millikin, Dave Powell. Tom Thompson, Greg Denglcr. 3 TRACK QUEENS woro announced at Ames Invitational. Left: Queen Karen Schulze, Steve Lovoly, First Attendant Sara Peterson, Tommy Thompson, second attendant Barb Heady, Owen Austrheim. 4 AHEAD BY A LENGTH. Hugh Collins and Chuck Maurer outdistance a rough- rider foe. 5 A LOVELY FINISH as Stevo •'Weaver- breaks the tape. 2 VARSITY TRACK TEAM: front: Chuck Maurer, Stovo Highland. Bob Mudd. Bill Nichols. Steve Wacker. Donnis Hcaly, Greg Mulhall. Bruce Smith, John Gossard, Dave Boyd. Tom Montag. socond: Coach Hi Covey. Terry Tuttle. Larry Lashe. Roger Nickel, Bill Curry. Miko Davis. Bob Ovorhulsor, Doug Fincham, Marty Mcgrcgian, Greg Dengler, Dave Powell. Hugh Collins, Jim Neal. Art V irtz, Owen Austrhoim. Coach Harlan Millikin. third: Managor Dan Koestner. Kim Sand. Stevo Piorco. Rich Engelhardt, Steve Woorth, Jack Highland. Stove Lovoly. Dave Bliss. Tom Thompson. Clay Bausko. Doll Brown. George Richards, Gary Catus, Steve Davis, Mike Owings, Mark Spock. Coach Cecil Spatchor. fourth: Managor Bob VanVoorhis. Tom Mickle. Manager Bob Brown, Managor Curt Christianson, Chris Haugen. Mark Schneider, Lachy Smith, Jan Svoc, Chuck Knabe, Tom Hildebrand, Per Smide. Dave Catus: back: Brian Johnson. Honry L. Hannusch V. 218Season's Best i 100 yd. dash: :10.1 Hannusch 220 yd. dash: :23.0 Megregian 440 yd. dash: :50.2 Megregian 880 yd. dash: 1:59.2 Powell 440 yd. rolay: :43.8 Hannusch, Lovely Mulhall, Austrhoim 880 yd. relay: 1:30.3 Lovoly. Bliss, Megrogian, Austrhoim Milo relay: 3:22.6 Bliss, Thompson, Megregian. Lovely Milo modley relay: 3:38.3 Boyd, Denglor, Bliss. Megregian Mile run: 4:21.8 Denglor 2 mile relay: 7:57.0 Powell. Thompson, Boyd, Dongler 2 mile run: 9:47.2 Collins and Maurer Polo vault: 13' Lascho High jump: 6' Lascho Shot put: 47'8" Engelhardt Discus: 142' 6" Haugen Long jump: 20' 7 » Neal 180 low hurdles: :19.9 Smith 120 high hurdles: : 15.2 Lovoly. Engelhardt1 UP. UP AND AV AY. Rich Engelhard! sails over hurdles in Ames Invitational. 2 2 STRAINING TO THE FINISH. Greg Deng, ler places first in the mile run. 3 DISPLAYING THE STYLE that made them famous. Chuck Maurdr and Owen Austr- heim show off their traveling uniforms. 4 RESERVE TRACK TEAM, front: Greg Peterson. Dave Walter. Gary Owen, Mike Andrews. John Baker. Car Schloerke. Kerry Joseph. David Fitz. Mark Powers. Jim Herrick, Rick Butler; second: Ray Bickcrstaff. Carl Anderson. Wayne Woolley. Del- mar Lampe. Rob Wilson. Greg Anderson. Curt Mosicr. Ted Rozeboom. Bill Palmer. Tom Ross. Bill Munson. Steve Haltcrman, Tom Svcc. Jon Odor; third: Mark Kctcham. Chuck Voss. Doug Stewart. Steve Hemstrcct, John Wolfe, Paul Mc- Farland. Paul Johnson. Chuck Tonne. Virgil Fowles. Scott Watson. Dean Newton. John Mc- Donald. Stan Jensen; fourth: Dick Bristol. Bill Baird. Jeff Kunerth. Steve Carter. Doug lechner, Steve Sampson, Kevin Madden. Jerry Boylan. Daryl Thorson, Rich Sorensen. Chuck Davis. Bill Wl'dman. Rick Peterson. Bill Bowers; fifth: Coach Bob tmpecovcn. Chris Dvergsten, Kirk Van Scoy. Mike Young. Dave McCurry, Joe Smith. Chris Beaty. Mike Hunt. Jon Hunzikcr. Mike Sfohl- meyer. Dennis Pyle; sixth: Dave Hunzikcr. Dave Stucky, Steve Graham. Steve Well . Craig Bo- den, John Carpenter. Jim Luscaleet. Sam Smith, George Dawson. Bill Taylor. Doyle Kepley, As- sistant' Coach Arnold Zcdikcr; bock: Jim Lytton, Carl Snyder. Scott Burgason. 1 220Coach Ray Smalling retires after fourteenth season I After his fourteenth season. Coach Ray Smalling is retiring as Little Cyclono baseball coach. He has been in chargo since the program was started in 1955. His teams have compiled a total win- loss record of 186-74. He coached one state champion team (1961) and five CIC champs ('57. '59, '60. '61, and '62). Only one team had a losing season ('66—8-10). Coach Smalling will contin- ue as athletic director, a position he has held for five years, and guidance counselor. He also is homeroom coordi- nator. 1 "SUGAR RAY" SMALLING as he is affectionately Inown. displays various moods throughout tho game. 2 HEADING HOME after a grand slam homer. Brian Johnson crosses the plate. 3 ZOOMING IN for a safe landing. Dennis Healy slides into third baso. 3 221Ames crushes Ankeny, bows to Boone in district. After a rather ragged early season, Ames headed for the sectional play with an 8-10 win-loss record. Ames played its last game in the CIC when Boone handed down a 4-0 loss. Ames came back to shut out South Hamilton 9-0. Ames then entered sectionals, beating Collins 3-2 and Ballard 4-3, both times after late-inning rallies. Ne- vada led Ames 1-0 till the top of the seventh, when Ames staged a rally and won 3-1. Ames proved too powerful for Ankenyf rolling by 8-1. Ames' hope for a state title bid ended as Boone set back the Little Cyclones with a 3-1 loss. 222SEASON'S RECORD Ames.... ....2 Story City . ., Ames.... 4 Radcliffe Ames.... ....3 Fort Dodge . Ames.... ....3 Hubbard .... 8 Ames ....9 Newton Amos.... ....7 Marshalltown ....5 Ames.... ...10 Grinnell 5 Ames.... Oskaloosa ... 5 Ames ....0 Boone Ames. r. . ....6 Radcliffe Ames 3 Newton 6 Ames.... ....7 Marshalltown . 4 Ames ....5 Grinnell ....10 Ames.... Hubbard .... ...II Ames ....2 Jefferson .... Ames.... ....0 Boone Ames SECTIONALS ....0 Ames ....3 Collins Ames.... 4 Ballard 3 Ames DISTRICTS Ames ....8 Ankeny 1 Ames.... ....1 Boone 3 1 OUT! IS THE CALI as Dennis Healy tags foe in a cloud of dust. 2 TAKING LIFE EASY. Dell Brown pauses for a rest. 3 TAKING AIM. Bill Good proparos to hit a grand slam. 4 PITCHER RICK ENGEL covers Boono foe. 5 VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM, front: Jim Luscalcet, Bill Case, Bill Good, Rid: Engel. Jack Garrey: second: Kirk Vandecar. Gary Mackey. Greg Mul- hall, Don Page. Brian Johnson: third:' Bob Long, Steve Highland, Conrad Anderson. Dennis Healy. Coach Ray Smalling. Not pictured: Scott Burga- son. Del Brown. 6 FALLING TO AVOID a wild pitch. Bill Case almost gets "beaned"! 7 WITH HELP from Scott. Mr. Im- pecoven arranges tho team for its picture. 8 RESERVE TEAM, front: Kelly Nelson, Chris Dvergston, Gary Good. Don Scandrett. Bill Hoiser. Doug Fosberg, Doug Lechner; second: Tim Linder, Paul McFarland. Korry Joseph. Tom Pattenburg. Pic Wilson; third: Davo Walter, Rob Wilson. Scott Watson. Carl Schloerke. Scott Wells, Coach Bob Impecoven. Not pictured: Scott Burgason. 223Despatch's musical antics highlight ‘Li'l Abner' For three nights in April, the spirit of dogpatch, USA, filled Central Audi- torium as the drama and music depart- ments presented Li'l Abner. At one point in the musical, the Sadie Haw- kins' Day chase, the cast invaded the audience by running through the aisles and descending on ropes from the balcony. The Dogpatchers, numbering more than one hundred, sang and danced to the musical score played by the Ames High orchestra. More than two hundred students worked on the production, either on stage or behind the scenes. 1 STUPIFYIN' JONES (Connie Adams) stupefies Don Wiser and Chris Haugen. 2 THE CAST LISTENS as Mr. Z sets tho scene. I 2Lonesome Polecat .. Hairless Joe ...... Romeo Scragg ...... AlP Scragg......... Moonboam McSwino Marryin' Sam ...... Earthquake McGoon Daisy Mae.......... Pappy Yocum ....... Mammy Yocum........ LI'I Abner ........ Mayor Dawgmeat Senator Jack S. Phogbound ....... Dr. Rasmussen T. Findale ......... First Government Man ............. Second Government Man ............. Available Jones .... Stupifyin' Jones Colonel ........... General Bullmoose . Appasionate Von Climax .......... Evil Eye Fleagle .... Dr. Smithborn ..... Dr. Grogmeyer Creighton, the Butler Scarlett .......... The Girl .......... Cedric Softwicke ... ...... Tom MicHo Wayne Wynne ... Richard Roche ...... Eric Weiss .. Anna Mcgregian ...... Joff Jutting ........ Phil Riley ... Ruthann Benson ...... Steve Oats ......Sue Jellinger ...... Stevo Paco .... Rich Stephens --- Mace Bowen ... Reid Crawford ...... Jim Bartruff .... John Nordyke ,.. Gary Burkhalter .... Connio Adams ... Doug Steward ...... Duane Beard Mary Jane Scholtes ...... Jerry Haugen ,.... Chris Haugen ...... Whit Ayres ...... Mike Hibbs Loraine Heddleston ...... Judy Catus ...... Robert Kane 1 CORNPONE SQUARE erupts in song, led by Moonbeam McSwino (Anna Mc- gregian). 2 YOCUMBERRY JUICE transforms mcok Dogpatch husbands into musclemen. 3 DOGPATCH GIRLS chase the boys (?) in the Sadie Hawkins' Day celebration. 4 PER SMIDE and Gcorgo Richards pre- pare to join tho other Dogpatchers on stage. I 2253 one-acts spotlight student directors THE BOOR Directed by Mary Jano Scholtcs Mrs. Popov Mr. Smirnov Luka THE LEADER Directed by Gary Katz Announcer .. Peter McNabb The Young Lover The Young Girl Friend The Admiror The Leader 1 DAVE STUCKY'S artful persuasion is successful with Deb Shumann. 2 HAIL! HAIL to the Leader! 3 THE VILLIAN, Mike Moreland, gets his in the ond. DOWN IN THE VALLEY Directed by Mary Jo Patterson Thomas Bouche .............. Mike Moreland Brack ........................ Duane Beard Jenny ..... Father ...., Leader Guard ----- Peters .... Two Women . June Lokken Mace Bowen Jerry Bartruff .. Steve Oats .. Steve Paco Linda Ricketts Betty Jo Burnett Chorus: Mary Buck. Nandi Chenik, Marcia Clark. Mary Frederik. Chris Haugen, Lorraino Heddleston. Jeff Jutting. Nick Judge. Pam Killam. Mary Lagomarcino. Martha Lovely. Jim Lytton, Tom Metzler, Steve Oates. Bob Ovcrhulscr. Susan Provow. Charlotte Peters. Becky Seiser. Sandy Undorhill, Robb Wallin. Mary Wall, Don Wiser. Diane Zimmormann. Accompanists .... Paula Burns. Jane Fauerby 2261 AT THE SENIOR PIC- NIC. students wero treated to a rare peek at Mr. Gron- vall's glamorous legs. 2 STEVE WEARTH thrilled Ames wrestl- ing fans by winning the state champion- ship title in tho heavy-weight division. 3 MEETING IMPOR- TANT CONGRESS- MEN such as Neal Smith and Jack Miller was ono of tho high- lights of the U.N. trip.1 JIM RYAN soon made Sandy Underhill sco that it's a man's world during Twirp Week. 2 TWIRP WEEK COURT is now in session, here come do judgo. 3 SENIOR GRA GIRLS found you can lead a canoe to water, but you can't make it sink. 228 ■


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