Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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It was a year of dissent. And it was a year of criticism. It was a year of change, in values, ideas, opinions, l and attitudes. Tradition was a 1950’s.sock hop and the present was too changed to be recognized. On protest, everyone spoke, even the silent majority, occasionally. It was a time for some to laugh, and a few to.cry, many to learn, and many to sit around, ` not doing much of anything. But then, that's what made.it a year. SHOWN IN PICTURES: Lower left: Students protesting pep assemblies.often went to study hall. Here Beth Wooten, Homecoming queen nominee, sits out the Home- coming assembly. Top left: Students protesting suspen- sion of " Dog Breath " staff display signs. Topright: Examining an underground newspaper are Ron Creiner and Pete Nulty. Lower right: Students who walked out after the suspensions listen to a faculty spokesman. +۹ mm - — —— —— - ہے e -‏ - n 1 ART e T oe - e — om HM - — D d D » e G C Ke « 2 -= - — — D ` t on —— m = em e e » EN Ce bes uM - a i . " -—- magy —2 7 ۲ Sege — 7 HA " i -a — we ms — e سے‎ e e ma E ۰ ibles clashed. t . „. . Ayearincompa a — ti جس‎ Sie a d a ia em ہے‎ = e ZI La c ےج لاو‎ -—— p w— suum — ge 8 T a ` بج چیا‎ [E d A OE — Kë be d we ۴ ہے ہہ‎ Si A ہے سم رج ےچ پت‎ me . i -—— Áo 0 Sg CULTE A o ker emnt entibus] سح‎ (MEUM coupes جیسی می‎ Giang ym -———' 1. " ہل‎ er. m - Le O eg, —- | " pps — ër rg مک‎ eee — — ` - aD GED pepan rE Y $ T NI - X. 1 Wate Ka ۰ b! d ۶۱ a te ES +02 Zi " T 0٦ و i‏ 2 رہ سے HM CHT Tant. i KU f x HILL'S STUDIO MRS. WARD — H en) GORDIE MEYER Peace...violence... new ... traditional... establishment...long hair... money ... ecology... students...school... administration... administrated .... agreed ..:debated... It was all there, somewhere... The right wing found their things, and the left wing had their fling, and the middle, as usual, was left out. Without a doubt, a different sort of year. Meanwhile, at the books, studious people glanced up and read on, with their supreme confrontation grasped firmly in hand: chemistry and politics on their slide rules. SHOWN IN PICTURES: Color picture: Andy Ward and Dave Pirtle, confront. Scott .Milli- kin and.Darrell Richardson in the front lobby. Bottom left: Students in. Advanced Standing Senior English display range of attitudes. Top right: Mr. Ritland engages in meaningful dialogue with a group of protesters during walkout following suspensions. Bottom right: Mr. Sturtevant expli- cates a chemistry equation to a per- plexed Don Cerwick. P 7 But then, life’s not all fun and frivolity. There’s always the more serious subject of fashion, relevant because it constantly changes in order to exist. This year, to go with student attitude, the in thing was anything that could be impressed upon anyone. Whether American Indian or French Provincial, the clothes fit the times. Perhaps a bit of self-consciousness about clothes was finally dissipated, for individuality was the key to successful fashion, finally this year. SHOWN IN PICTURES — Center picture: clockwise: from top, Chris Anderson, Betse Beattie, Deb- bie Christianson, Julie Kinseth, Betsy Diehl. Upper left: Reminiscent of the. " 40's, Tammy Sondrol-shows off her midi outfit. Left center: Bob Kuhn.sports his Mexican wedding shirt. Upper. right: Chevy Demirel, Mike Beaty and Mike Davis don head- bands, the new style in. intramural basketball. Center right: Jeff Kuehl models his bell-bottomed one-piece’ jumpsuit. Bottom: Floyd Christofferson- fran- tically flaunts his frenzy of fringe. i ; E H ; 3 ۹ f TOM BLISS f ےھ GORDIE MEYER " kx ANDY WARD ANDY RIGGS 4 " A WS . 0 cc 08 igit id NFE- wa A oT " TM 7 KG R, M QW. LS 1 f 1 d J LJ y Gë U , D ] 7 f aus B | | ۱ ` Vo ۲ L E | i 1 " , H At the end of it all — the protest and the change — Ames High. was still there, and a new addition sprouted before the eyes of the patient, and even vaguely interested, students of the school. The- new drama and humanities wing was only a part of the growth in Ames in the schools, in a system which had-its hundredth birthday in 1971. Upper left— The first brick school in Ames was constructed in. 1881. It housed all grades and.stood where the inner court at Central Junior High now is. Upper right = Ames High School, 1971. | | | | SHOWN IN PICTURES: | Lower left — Taking time out from con- struction of the fine arts. wing, a work- man wades in the water. Lower right — Looking at plans for the future auditorium are Tom Lockhart and Marv McFarlin. | VES ہف‎ RU. ELE n'a ہر‎ dr on ` 0 b i TE LAT و‎ wy ۰ توف A NNMERO NETS NAR. X ES x " ES i Ames schools grow with the times Pi M3 T CD) v he | ۱ ۱ ٤ i LR A- ` ppan ee TEGEN Tee 4 wm, LJ RB 7م‎ 2 - he ہہ‎ o Sa e sE m iiem rmm A e i de GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER 11 E P em eg ` wegen‏ و Dë, 4 - 3 as 91 : dp a . A‏ in education, too, || Education, still alive and well within.the high school walls, made the year of changes complete. The school day grew from six to. eight periods, the cafeteria served as study hall, and the study hall became IMC's. New machines were brought in, and new channels of learning | | ee eee رس ری‎ were opened to the students. i t Kot Machines to listen to, machines to watch, machines to figure equations, machines to duplicate, and. duplicate, and duplicate. SHOWN IN PICTURES: Upper left— Ted. Jeska records on a cassette in the IMC. Lower left— Ann Seidel shows Eric Abbott her method of knitting in An- thropology. Upper right—Mike Meyers and Tom Walker use the new testing equip- ment in auto mechanics. Lower right — Maurine MacBride lam- inates one of her projects with some of the school's new.equipment. Far right—Mrs. Hendrickson shows Chris Johnson how to-use the copy machine. BG | 7٦ WW | GORDIE MEYER 12 new methods, outlook bring changes HRH a 4 S ری‎ P I $4 c Ar 7 پیٹ کر کی y‏ Ly t 1 و‎ i v GORDIE MEYER MRS. WARD DAVE SCHULZE 13 " a ون y p ا HILL'S STUDIO Academics The Ames High Prairie, " a living laboratory, " once more served its purpose, as biology students poured onto it and-pored over it, investigating, researching, discovering, and generally finding it a nice area to study. From ants to locust trees, the prairie is studied in all its facets, and for that matter, all its glory. Mr. Spatcher and a group of sopho- more biology students observe the prairie in late fall. Academics staff Christie Dailey, section editor Tom Bliss Larry Katz Andy Riggs Mary Serovy Jean Svec 15 i uge nl CD A Dr. Farrar and Superintendent Hetzel examine plans for the new fine arts building at one of their Mr. Hetzel retires after 16 years in Ames schools Mr. Walter Hetzel, superintendent of schools, retired this June after sixteen years in the Ames system. Mr. Lawrence Burkhart, School Board president, said of Mr. Hetzel, “The quality of the Ames school system reflects his presence: He has provided the leadership and vision to develop our present high standards and has established à working environment in the Ames school system that permits the staff to work jointly toward the reali- zation of their goals. " Since Mr. Hetzel came to Ames in 1955, he has spearheaded a movement for new bonding so that six of Ames' eleven schools could be built, including Ames High. The last section of the high school to be completed, the fine arts wing, is scheduled to be finished in February, 1972. 16 regular conferences. | | emm m - DAVE SCHULZE During a visit to the classroom, Dr. Farrar shares a joke with anthropology students Bruce Edwards, Laura Koerber, and Gene Larson. | ا ۱ | | Service committee members Debbie Christianson, Bob Castner, and Beth Askelson plan a fire drill with Mr. Ritland. La« LES ` RE ہر ےہ و رد رت‎ li 2 BARRY TY N ج‎ ۱ i. a 2 , 7 ' ا با TS‏ " i een‏ کے GORDIE MEYER 1 ` BRIAN STAFFORD SCHOOL BOARD — Front, Mr. D. L. Morehead, Mr. Lawrence Burkhart, Mr. Hetzel; Back, Mr. Joe Stratten, Dr. Richard Herrn- Stadt, Mr. Ruth Hamilton, Mr. Robert Zack, Mr. T. E. LaVelle, Dr. Harold S. McNabb, Mr. B. F. Vandeventer, Mr. Bill Allen. In spite of the cold weather, construction crews worked steadily all winter on the fine arts building to be ready in 1972. M — DAVE SCHULZE 17 aan A 7 — pe fr e This is only a small sampling of the countless students who crammed into the administrative offices waiting for necessary schedule changes. s A 1 ۴ ü 8-periods, IMC expand ways for Students to learn - Sweeping changes in courses, materials D. and scheduling greeted students as they | began the 1970-71 school year. Theeight- } period day allowed more flexibility in | course offerings and three instructional | material centers gave students a chance 1 to use fascinating new equipment to pro- ۱ duce their own study aids. With the increased number of periods, students could take any of the ten addi- tional semester courses which were added to the curriculum. Six new courses were offered in the English department, two in social studies, and one each in math- matics and home economics. The art de- partment specialized its courses to a greater extent. A 90-minute lab period was available twice a week for science and shop courses. The physical education department also offered an increased va- riety of activities and scheduled one semester with classes three days a week for each student, while the remaining semester consisted of two-day weeks. The IMC offered numberous new study aids available to teachers and students alike. The equipment included various types of cameras and projection ma- chines, record players, tape recorders, typewriters and copy machines. An added attraction to the materials offered was the shift to supervised individual use of | the study aids. According to Mr. Everett Ritland, assis- tant principal, these changes offered more opportunities to students than ever before, and placed greater emphasis on individualized study. It also tested stu- dents' ability to plan and regulate their own school time. 07 EE | | ut BLISS The library's studious atmosphere is one unchangeable aspect of AHS. 18 em, RE Sa € E " TEE ENNIO e DC ager FE GEN; UC V c Me aS An extension of study hall facilities, the main lobby provides and area of relaxation for many juniors. Junior Dan Fitzgerald finds that meal preparation in the cafeteria adds a new dimension to study hall noise. - ٦ v i 1 - ` i ip r9 f J I " 7 d CN ` à A e ei - ٢ e es a ۱ 3 Co AS BI ar at. " Ld à 4C» - f 2 " ai i Va : cet i " -— 4 D " - D i 1 ig " ` Pur ` | ! ind x y AY P ` - " ۱ p H à ` ‘ Í 1 - A J Ld v 7 ۰ » -DA ۸ رو اہ‎ , ہار‎ Å i ON " AS s. 1 ۰ ni is; 5 ' N ہے ANDY WARD e P ! m A ne d 4 : 7٦ " RN e . p " œ m v , دہ ٹک‎ © e? ا‎ r — 7 سے نی‎ H n sand 9. m e y " ” رو‎ s 2st P " ب‎ +۳ ۵۰۵ 4 | " Lu ٠ n 5 ph rr 7 n D A RK " es ve) " ` ہپ‎ m `. Agent را‎ S e " ` d he 4 n Ai 7 - E a u 4 ہیں ارح e ewe EL LS ١ = E PT Rma 9 naa of 3 , - a ص‎ . e e nune - ——(‏ مہ سواہ " d x Students learn second-hand about drugs with one of the many new educational devices offered in the IMC. GORDIE MEYER 19 ال سکیس ین — H‏ College representatives helped many students decide on which college they want to attend. Beth Askelson, Theresa Sexton and Julie Kinseth listen to the SUI representative. Marla Stritzel and John Ulmer work diligently on Merit Scholar Tests given through the guidance department. 20 C Mr. Ripp helps the new counselors Mr. Tramp and Mr. Fleming get acquainted with the new scheduling system. Mr. Norem helps Al Vandeventer decide which credits he'll need, s We. i due Wm و‎ | . is R 2 e See | ATHOLL d FEEF s mm o ; D NW i - - 1 | 4 7 y, ۱ A , Le P $ 7 Ripp named head of guidance service; 2 counselors added Mr. William Ripp, former teacher and counselor, became director of the counsel- ing service, replacing Mrs. Charlotte Whitney, who retired last spring. Two new counselors joined the staff this year, Mr. Dale Tramp and Mr. David Flem- ing. Mr. Tramp was a member of the AHS faculty for three years and continued teaching American History part-time. Mr. Fleming took over the counselor position left by Mr. Ripp. Another change in the guidance area this year was the scheduling procedure. For the first time schedule changes were not handled through the administrative offices but completely through the coun- selors. In addition to these changes the guid- ance office distributed a weekly guidance bulletin to each homeroom. Kevin Hanway's and Barb Kern's smiling faces greet Mrs. Kleinschmidt and others at Open House. 21 " icd een a I E EE eebe Sa A E EE, » [ 3 Fass MM AF EM ——— —— men | , 7 " Ee PETOS 4 Ls | English Department E goes to 1-semester i course plan , - r Lë " e . p » ۷ EH poe even Ae EI 11111111111 One-semester courses, with more elec- tives possible for Juniors and seniors, were the principal innovation in the Eng- lish Department this year. With the ex- panded course offerings, 17 different courses were available. Sophomores were required to take Eng- lish 10 forthe full year, but blocks of time were given to speech a nd communica- tions workshop. Juniors took either Sur- - veyofAmerican LiteratureorPerspectives in American Literature for one semester, but the second semester and both senior semester courses were chosen from elec- tives available. New courses offerings included Individ- ual Perspectives in Literature, American Literary Masterpieces, Creative Writing, Discussion and Argumentation, Mass Media, Applied Composition Situations, and Introduction to Journalism. Honors courses and other electives were continued. 5 wil 1 7 T7) T a TEJ ul - Si Sak r Tom Clark gets Mrs. Kleinschmidt's approval on his research paper in Survey of American Literature. Jeff Meyers looks on. Cyndi Tschetter reads from a book of children's poetry she helped prepare for communications workshop. ےہ سے — —- 22 Chris Anderson laughs as Mr. Sletten goes over her “creative writing. " Director Mike Mcintire looks over scripts with Patti Lariviere and Sue Cerwick for " The Ballad of John A. Lane, " filmed by Mrs. Nelson's English 10 class. Steve Jackson uses Mr. Hurd's “finger method " of speed reading on his chemistry assignment. All photos, copy, and layout by Andy Riggs. 23 Wd —À ini — - ——Hnáá— p——— A P WW 0 — ——-.— Intently reading the new-style WEB in study hall are junior Pam Young and senior Mark Willroth. Cross-checking and counting copy for the WEB, Dave Nelson helps Lyn Bruin with a story. E " T " IK. e au ESL 2 " Eh E » ` ٠۰ 3 1 -—— و‎ d ۳ DER TOM BLISS dat (7° ia? A. T M € H WE A R è LI g CR SKANN gm, - KI 1 ایم‎ m te do v E TOM BLISS Always willing to help students, Mrs. Bauske is responsible for much of the WEB's success. E Ps TOM BLISS Mr. Hansen, speech teacher and drama director, helps several girls in the drama class, teaching them dramatic effects and acting techniques. ۱ ۱ 24 Journalism changes curriculum, drama nas new staff Both journalism and drama classes were changed this year. Perhaps the most striking change was in the format of the WEB, which became a four-page tabloid distributed to everyone at the school on Fridays, before its appearance in the Ames Tribune. An introductory journalism course was added this year, putting out the news letter to parents as a project. After first semester, the Applied Journalism course became the WEB production class. Both instructors were new this year in the Drama Department. They were Mr. Wayne Hansen, head, and Mr. Jack Gil- bertson. Drama classes included instruc- tion in acting techniques and production of several plays. LARRY KATZ DAVE SCHULZE Members of Mr. Gilbertson's Beginning Drama class present Dylan Thomas's " Under Milk Wood. " 25 We, weg Anthropology added; language lab more available to students Although they remained essentially the same, both the Language and the Social Studies Departments saw minor changes to update their programs. These changes followed the general trend of opening up facilities to students and making courses more relevant. ao س‎ ty i " v. = 2 a T سو ص ے‎ a — MÀ TTT n tm a i E a UR I m As did many rooms, the language lab saw a transition this year. Formerly em- ployed only during class time, the " new " lab took the form of an IMC, always open for individual use. Students assisted in running the equipment, which played up to four different tapes at one time. خسم کے ھگ۳کھھ اکت سے cdi e‏ ir " wg ef, AC DEE‏ ۔ The addition of Anthropology to the Social Studies Department proved to be an overpopulated success as students hoped to understand themselves as both a part of their culture and apart from their culture. ` j i 7۲ , ۹ 0 1 ` ——'án!————————' " -:-———————————Á——— E ` EE EE A E e E ہ--سمموووسسوہ‎ The Anthropology class greatly enjoyed its feast, but Rick Reger questions whether he got as much as Eric Crump and Cindy Larson. " First you break the egg—one-handed of course... " Mr. Ammann shows Barbie Kestel the art of souffles. a SÉ i m M 8 E ANDY WARD A special report on pollution is musically presented in American Government by John Alexander, Bob Crawford and Tom Schattauer. LARRY KATZ 26 " Ole! " The patter of little feet fills the halls as Liz Pier and the rest of the Spanish class practice their hat dancing. " Let me shake your hand!” Mr. Everett Mays congratulates juniors on their knowledge of American Black history. Sh Se. E or x Sa ٦ او‎ | i - - K Ee " eig ntc d ۱ - y ] T E vw J Ay X dp, e " e ۱ 1 ANDY 5 GORDIE MEYER CHARLIE KEY The History IMC proved to be not only a good place to study but also excellent for informal discussions. 27 | PF P, ——— -—— = — D. md. i e v A " 5 bh = — e سے‎ — M € À ہے ہس — — — 9 ل‎ e 1 -—— = - id ——— y " rm . H sy 7 Trump completes book; labs added; 2 return to math After seven years of writing and rewrit- ing, Mr. Richard Trump and his co- author, Mr. Roger Volker, completed their biology textbook, “Foundation of Life Science. " Mr. Trump's new text was planned for the needs of first-year bi- ology students while his first text, “Design of Life,” was geared forthe second- year biology student. The publishers do- nated a total of 348 books to the AHS science department. Also new this year to the science depart- ment was the addition ofa lab period twice a week following the repularclass periods of biology, physics, and chemistry. In the math department this year, Mr. Dale Hiedeman and Mr. Walter Wood re- turned from advanced studies to teaching math at Ames High. y m PIROT —— 4 e v 1 یہ‎ vant Dum 1 LARRY KATZ " Let me make one thing perfectly clear, " Mr. Jefson tells his honors algebra class. 28 GORDIE MEYER Superstudent Eric Crump helps John Frederiksen and John Pyron with a problem in the math IMC. As the last paper chapters are handed in, Mr. Trump gives Sue Geist, Jana Keller, and Mary O'Lauglin his book. Fre à Little things in life do matter to Bruce Davis and Lynn Barrett, especially in biology. TODD MILLER ANDY WARD LARRY KATZ | “You made it, you drink it, " says Ted VanFossen to Kim Jarrell during a chemistry experiment. 29 A € i ¬ - —1treÓ—— D e — = a gë o DEEP سم‎ — -— a—— Án — ج ‎ n M n — vm سرب سس‎ ÉD 7:244. VE و‎ ier MARY SEROVY Custodian Tony Sulentic watches as Kerry Gil- lispie cleans the carpet in the portable classroom. ANDY WARD Serving a guest at the holiday open house in Boys’ Foods are Bob Dean and Mike Jacobson. 30 TODD MILLER ae دج‎ چھ ہت سے — e E ee eae Waiting in suspense for the blaze are Rajean Davis and Lu Ann Hansen as they light the flaming dessert they made in Advanced Foods. H y 8 HM Qo ZC‏ 99 و ہا " A Bra 4 nd dän y EN a " f‏ Bes me ted oA, 4۸4 AA RA aaa, set‏ ۰ , ي ` A‏ ' D E ۹ $ C‏ 7 ` e ١‏ EN I ` N » 1 ۲ D e d è " d " رجہ‎ b TS d RK ' ch? on (o1 6 Lae KW M 2 b - i AA E i M X? e wv A i $ 3.5 a ` ` d L g ٦ e Aw? véi v F1 cm Kb A El « ex Se » 7 d LARRY KATZ Boys learn to cook; second-year courses added An invasion of the food kitchens by Ames High boys was the big event in the Home Economies Department this year. Boys' Foods, a one-semester course, included the basics of foods and nutrition as ap- plicable to men. Advanced courses in Foods and in Tex- tiles and Clothing were also added to the department. Second-year courses were geared to the student desiring above average skills in various areas of home- making. GORDIE MEYER Displaying th e nightgown she made in the new Tex- tiles and Clothing Il course is Jane Richards. 31 7 " 208. e 7 4 A - - ۶ S ef " w - - ٦ ew a frm gmat mco 7 9 An - 8 جس سس ہے لظ ےھ سے کا‎ em مڪ وجه‎ d - gp rece elaine ee T E. A ee ` " ng EE. o ee مسرو‎ With a cheery smile arid fresh flowers, nurses’ aide Pam Maxwell greets a patient while on her work assignment at Mary Greeley Hospital. Voc Ed provides ( job training i for 150 seniors A butcher, a baker, a candlestick maker is almost applicable when it comes to | 1970-71 vocational education. Nearly 150 students participated in a great diversity of occupations in the program which con- sists of two main areas: Co-op and Work Experience. ` سج‎ emm fe سو‎ — Co-op combines classroom and actual job | experience while Work Experience in- volves on-the-job training. —— وت مسبت The purpose of Work Experience, made m up of Health Occupations and Cadet Teaching, is to acquaint students with the good and bad aspects of these occu pa- tions. T I, a division of Co-op, is de- signed to give students a good foundation in a particular vocation. Working in the T l program, Charlie Friedrich oper- ates on a machine at Ness Typewriter Company. DDS Nimble-fingers Rod Bogenrief packages pizzas during a typical day on is T l job with Pronto Foods Kitchens. 32 Er A SEN NH em ہدس | سس ]3 پچ سس سس سے[‎ I1 Cs, Ki $ Butchers-to-be, DeWayne Snider and Al Sandvick get their work experience through the T l program. TODD MILLER Roosevelt's second-graders tour the Octagon with cadet teachers Leisa Doran and Maureen Mulhall. 33 7 4 A co 00 WM éch OE, DE Students win honors in national contests Competing in the national contests for the first time this year, Ames High stu- dents won recognition at both the Dis- tributive Education Clubs of America competition and that of the Office Educa- tion Association. Diana Koupal placed second in displays at the DECA national contest in San Antonio, Texas, and Scott Woldruff received honorable mention in merchan- dise information. Lowell Strike also earned the honor of going to San Antonio and Tom Finnegan and Marilyn Gibbs won honors in the state DECA contest. Karyl Boyd, Debbie Michaud, and Su Tempel won first-place honors at the state OE Conference and Su Tempel recieved sixth place in key punch operation at the national contest in Indianapolis, Ind. Lee Switzer and Kathy Cross also placed high in the state contest. There were 36 students in the DE pro- gram this year and 10 in OE. In both these programs, students worked on jobs half a day all year while taking related instruc- tion at school. Mr. Darrill Abel was in charge of DE and Mrs. Rose Wilcox of OE. Other students were involved in the Trades and Industries program, admin- istered by Mr. Don Faas, and Cadet Teaching and Nurse Experience. " We probably have the best co-op program in the state, involving over one-third of the seniors, " Mr. Abel summed up the work experience program atthe high school. 34 n (UA ... 7 007 SUI S BÄI ۷۷۸ Wil ۷ : ANDY RIGGS While at work, Rick Swank and Barb Hoff display one of the “hip” styles of bell-bottom shorts that could be found at Bruce-Ross. Sally Medford punches a complicated looking machine in preparation for office work. ANDY WARD GORDIE MEYER " Buy low, sell high, " says Shelton Joseph, future J.P. Morgan of Ames High School, as he plays the stock market game in Consumer Economics. Fellow stockbrokers Gary Weuve, Bill Opheim and Steve Rifen try their skill at making millions. Linda Hedberg uses many of her super-sales techniques while selling shoes at J.C. Penney's. QUI TE LITT. TINT T — " — À! TOM BLISS Busy at work, Ames Fruit and Grocery's " pack-rat " Steve Williams shows off one of his many talents. 35 3 C Vigorously rubbing and smearing ink into engravings on plastic sheets are print- makers Laura Stone and Bill Anderson. Humanities students listen as Bruce Eberle, lowa State University carillon- neur, discusses and performs several passages from a fugue by Bach. GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER Humanities classes viewed films produced by Ames High alumnus Lindy Buck. Here he discusses movie-making techniques. 36 MARK FISHER GORDIE MEYER Taking part in the independent study program offered to advanced art students, Jane Sassaman pursues her interest in the art of pottery. Personal awareness. events, highlight art, humanities Development in individual awareness of the arts was stressed in Art and Human- ities courses. Humanities, Ames High's only pass fail class, exposed the student to art, drama, literature and music through the ages. Special emphasis was placed on twentieth-century culture. A Japanese tea ceremony, along with films, speakers and other events augmented Mr. Wiser's program. Art classes, under the direction of Miss Gugel and Mrs. Schneider, offered many opportunities to explore art through various media. Students worked with clay, metals, and jewelry. Basics were also taught in drawing, painting and printmaking skills. Highlights of the year included a local art contest and shows by senior art students. Pinching, punching, pulling...Agnes Carbrey, ex- perimenting with clay, creates a sculpture in art. GORDIE MEYER 37 uu 7 Lé گے‎ s P . — = P. , D e ۴ E a 5 D————— New instructor added; all boys to take PE by 72 To allow more students to do what inter- - ested them, the Ames High Physical Edu- | cation Department made several changes this year. Leading to the time, in 1972, when all boys would be required to take P.E., all [ sophomore boys were required to take gym, even those out for athletics. Boys also were given more options for activi- ties. — Girls’ physical education also changed. Miss Karen Carlson was added to the staff so that more activities could be offered. A junior-senior elective, a full semester of modern dance, was added. Girls also were asked to participate in a wrestling unit, with boy instructors assisting. Lowell Strike, Darla Conard and Rick Bowlds appear to enjoy the co-educational square dancing unit. GA £x d سے‎ 8 i ' y B ان‎ CA, f : KA AE, ef e “4 12 سو‎ se 1.924. I Be " " D è " o " Së ۹ f AJ ۹ 4 " S M » A ` , LI 5 E 3 d 1 ery لہ‎ Geh, 1 e 2 i | E. - ھ0‎ d We ac v a جس‎ Kg j| LL. ` GC ۲ ۲ ‘ ۰ ھک‎ n ۹ ka ۹ z | wo E 2 1 IAM " y " i E , , D " a کو سے‎ -a Rain, sleet, or snow, swimming in gym goes on and on and on—up to 20 weeks for some boys. 38 æ Barb Seiser, Marilyn Gibbs, and Lyn Bruin create an original dance for Modern Dance class, a new elective in gym this year. — - — — — o — —— — —— — لے‎ —- c " Up and over, " urge : members of one volley- ball team while the other side waits to return the ball. کے سر تی are‏ Lë رج‎ Lez Lo is 3 39 Driver Ed teacher added: wood class firm sells stock Driver Education continued the same program as last year but improved and revised the facilities. One major addition to the staff was Mr. Robert Campbell who joined Mr. Posegate and Mr. Heiberger as a driver education instructor. Advanced classes in Industrial Arts were separated into their own periods. The advanced wood working class formed a model corporation, designing, building and selling all-purpose stools. They sold stock and at the end of the year had made a small profit. IP e e E ۶۹ T (ND 2223 ` dE Ët D, De Presenting a lecture on driving safety, Mr. Posegate ponders for a moment to study students’ reactions. zé Ka on i A, La A EL ۲ H DEER KATZ Dave Alderman completes one of the stools that Indus- trial Arts woodworking classes sold this year. TOM BLISS d Mr. Stone gives Dick Swenson a few helpful hints on completing his drawing in drafting class by adding a line here and there. | TODD MILLER H pv جج ۱ ` BEI خ ارہ‎ © LNT DER TN ` SA A e SL e ! 7 Haloed Mr. Campbell explains to Driver Ed students what to do when approaching an intersection. — 4. $ ہر‎ e ced AA H x - A Fr. v 2 D $ " ës p " - e t X Cp i eem جو‎ a 8 J. چ‎ Se , wl A » MA I Ta ; Ta et: E - Ke Nue D Béi, L AX ہے‎ - + s + EES P Ki? یز‎ im x b 3 7 ۹ ۹ سے‎ e " 9 h d m " ed Toso YS teme کی سس‎ A FE 3 € - m ZA E. PORT ns - P3 Fei De: d Ai 4 Se i D 010 e ) ۶ sé fe i ۰ ۱ پر‎ " id 7 ri e e 1 22 SES Ea dy . cn - L دے٦‎ " er. " -.J E P E. a CR 1 D JU J itp ts e ga x d J Ai a " or a’ A zt e " 8 a M +, ۴ ا ٹترھ‎ " a - کر یی‎ LA dn, sl? 7 wS Sé, ae C SOIR کار‎ € = r Pu» LG 3 es qe e, X Se Lë Sté ke, Ki 0 ] é: + a A ۰ ne ee Vio 4 e DN . Ke eg Se A d E «x e We Ve a LARRY KATZ Snow and ice prove too much as Ted Jeska and Cindy Dahl push their car off the ice. - ek SNR Aes A " 1 7 ` , KH میں‎ ۱ A بت‎ " Ae ` gë: CA 7 M ` GORDIE MEYER 7 m 0 a E VU guam سے‎ -— =a genge moe e - — o a ج‎ ee — ege — سے‎ - = m d x Ames High's new uniforms were worn by the Marching Band for the first time in the Veishea parade. § " 28 pt - TODD MILLER B HEIC AT سوہ‎ ret gt P T D d - 27 -6 E جم‎ = a 2 is A n ve H $ = '] GORDIE MEYER WELLHOUSE STUDIO Representing Ames High at the Dakota TWIRLERS —Front, Lyn Bruin, Anita Graham, Teresa Fryar, Cindy Jacobson, Patty Conis; Days Band Festival is Queen Elsie Hoff. second, Diane Daffin, Marlene Bleeker, Mary Barrow, LuAnn Moreland, Letitia Smith. 42 " Help boost the band! " plead Cynthia Marten, Linda Dougal, and Dave Strodiman as they solicit from door to door for the uniform fund. New uniforms; marching band goes to Dakota were purchased by the Ames High band this year. Altogether, $21,000—enough to buy 160 new uniforms—was collected in a door to door canvassing’ of Ames. New outfits were also designed for the twirl- ers. Mr. Trexel, band director, called the project “an overwhelming success.” A band trip to Rapid City, South Dakota, June 4-7, climaxed the year for marching band. At the Dakota Days Band Festival 100 members of the marching band par- ticipated in a concert, marched in a pa- rade, and toured the Black Hills. GORDIE MEYER ES ۱ | " T | am " 7 ve 4 | o». HM NI ac Ki Pg | ' |o " e DX o ۱ | CE Cv Cmm m oe t MARCHING BAND — Front, Mr. Milton Trexel, Jim Dickson, Bob Craw- ford, John Alexander, David Hauser, Al Vandeventer, Paul Soderholm, Handy Taylor, David Popelka, Robin McCullough, Brooks Johnson, Mike Beaty, Kim Wass, Dave Strodtman, Mr. Homer Gartz; second, Sue Cerwick, Margaret Homer, Debbie Parrish, Sue Geist, Beth Boylan, Sally Scholten, Claretta Gurganus, Anne Ewing, Joan Kempthorne, Marti Pace, Bianca Zaffarano, Kristi Fritsch, Holly Young, Jane Coul- son; third, Cheryl Ring, Ruth Montag, Lyn Johnson, Janice Kiser, Connie Oliver, Lee Ann Moore, Joyce Hiserote, Ellen Welshons, Kathy Risch, Darlene Jones, Brian Halvorson, Sherri Battles, Patty Beneke; fourth, Marla Boylan, Ann Seidel, Heikki Arppe, Mike Wilder, John Zmolek, Susan Scott, Gary Beeman, Diana Wright, Leslie Wiant, Meg Lapehn, Shivaun Ball, Barb Wierson, Barb Clark, Kris Lapehn, Kris Moorman; fifth, Robert Kraft, Becky Boyles, Sandy Bunce, Carol Chant- WELLHOUSE STUDIO land, Mary Kay Atkins, Donna Gilchrist, Valree Blewett, Carol Bowen, Jim Scott, Leanne Robertson, Rick Balmer, Gary Ash, Jerry Jutting, Mike Maroney; sixth, Lynne Brady, Dave Nickel, Muriel Eckstein, Dave Nelson, Deby Martin, Barb Kern, Randy Simons, Elsie Hoff, David Hoover, Dave Fullhart, Jim Petersen, Bill Bachman, Maureen Ball; seventh, Jim Burns, Dean Russell, Brian Garrett, Steve Kline, Jim Ash, Tom Huisman, Mark Donaldson, Larry Voelker, Greg Nelson, Craig Cummings, Steve Jenison, Chan Thomas, Barb Ketcham, eighth, Gary McFarlane, Mark Sanderson, Chuck Walter, Linda Dougal, Sue Powell, Janet Dowell, Bruce Halvorson, Ken Burkhart, Cynthia Marten, Kathy Kiser, Dennis Hoover, Randy Christenson, Michele Heer, Melody Powers; ninth, Dave Elliott, Ray Thomson, Barb Bartels, Mike Wirkus, Kai Marten, Rich Garrey, Bill Core, Tom Hatten, Randy Wedin, Dwight Flemmer, Jim Olson, John Young. 43 New uniforms, the first in twenty years, 9 Ed 44 کی -— ۔‎ ot " eg STAGE BAND — Front, Gary Beeman, Jim Dickson, Mike Beaty, Jim Scott, Dave Strodtman, David Barnes: second. Bruce Kirk, Ken Burkhart, Kathy Kiser, Bruce Halvorson, Bob Kraft; third, Tom Huisman, Greg Nelson, Dennis John- son, Jim Burns, Randy Simons. ——— ` ۰ Aix p. d cus X 3 D - D 4 e. — t e + ٢ یمم جےو‎ E " pens e e " e d » ke SOI TT — - . c ELE e W : NE سمه‎ 9 - ' 4 ۲ R z e d pur» d f ` ` 1 SI ' " e x L wi ۰ ox | WELLHOUSE STUDIO SYMPHONIC BAND — Front, Joan Kempthorne, Anne Ewing, Margaret Homer, Lyn Johnson, Ruth Montag, Beth Boylan, Debbie Parrish; second, Meg Lapehn, Jim Dickson, Susan Scott, Joyce Hiserote, Brian Halvorson, Gary McFarland, Linda Dougal, Chuck Walter; third, Mike Wilder, Ann Seidel, Ellen Welshons, Sherri Battles, John Zmolek, Heikki Arppe, David Fullhart, Larry Voelker, Dean Russell, Barb Kern, Tom Huisman; fourth, Kathy Risch, Barb Clark, Darlene Jones, Marla Boylan, Jan Kiser, Bill Core, Ray Thomson; fifth, David Hauser, John Alexander, Paul Soderholm, Mike Beaty, Al Vandeventer, Bob Crawford, Kim Wass. IMEEM -— 9 = — — ےج —— —— ———- ے۔ CONCERT BAND — Front, Lee Ann Moore, Lyn Johnson, Sally Scholten, Ash, Rick Balmer, Carol Bowen, Mark Donaldson, Jim Petersen, Craig Ruth Montag, Beth Boylan, Kristi Fritsch, Sue Cerwick, Holly Young; Cummings, Deby Martin, Larry Voelker, David Hoover, Tom Huisman, second, Janice Kiser, Susan Scott, Leanne Robertson, Carol Chantland, Dave Fullhart, Bill Bachman, Chan Thomas, Barb Ketcham; fourth, Mike Wilder, Sandy Bunce, Brian Halvorson, Jerry Jutting, Lynne Brady, Randy Taylor, David Popelka, Robin McCullough, Brooks Johnson, Patty Beneke, Mike Maroney, Sue Geist, Cheryl Ring, Connie Oliver, Kim Wass, Ray Thomson, Jim Olson, Bruce Halvorson, Janet Dowell, Claretta Gurganus; third, John Zmolek, Shivaun Ball, Kathy Risch, Randy Wedin, Rich Garrey, Tom Hatten, Dwight Flemmer, Bob Bartels, Barbara Wierson, Donna Gilchrist, Diana Wright, Valree Blewett, Gary Kai Marten, Mike Wirkus. EET o I i PR XII " M سے‎ [XXII Ee - ےی مع‎ Da ہر سے‎ I i MES " 2 e L À E n L " EN I وق‎ s T à رہ‎ 24 7 p ۵ d 6 SC Fa A " CN ۴ Ke, q I A 2 ud Le 4 u H E. dy m = ov 4 و‎ D “di ےچ " ‎ In G mls m or E t d T à E Se ê sE A z , ۱ à E im 1 g " AR. " AR S d ۸ Ké Ca 7 ` 3 Ae. D E " Ke a e E T h - D 4 D ` Su? j 7 » A. ei 3 d ‘ 0 T d W de cd Ad 2 “ie Sy D " 2 EL, i € " PE " N 2 “+ gn AC A: È D x 4 " 4 I 1 D ] Li ! . i è LI e 8 LJ bz a as lu " ہے " ‎ ' kä? n - 4 a D " 27 7» p " سس‎ T 2. ۱ E B " To e E m کی‎ 4 ar ہمت‎ s ‘ bw eg ۱ ý e R . r . " CNN e Week. = WC? ef wf » t y “af wi‏ سک کے d 3 a. 8 LI اس‎ " 4 = s E " x y » , ۲ H 1 : t - BA ame CTS ER | x " D véi a Ce - Y " 2 6 , t ‘ : T DN a " Cas KA t D H 3 B LI ` e Sé WELL HOUSE STUDIO WELLHOUSE STUDIO Front, Kristi Fritsch, Sue Geist, Marti Pace, Michele Heer, Patty Beneke, Jane Coulson; second, Sue Powell, Mark Sanderson, Carol Chantland, Mary Kay Atkins, David Nickel, Bob Kraft, Jerry Jutting, Barb Ketcham, Melody Powers; third, Jim Ash, Steve Kline, Greg Nelson, Elsie Hoff, Randy Simons, Jim Burns, Dave Strodtman, Kris Lapehn, Jim scott, Rick Balmer, Muriel Eckstein, Gary Beeman; fourth, John Young, Dave Elliott, Randy Christenson, Dennis Hoover, Steve Jenison, Bruce Halvorson, Janet Dowell, Randy Wedin, Cynthia Marten, Bruce Kirk, Kathy Kiser, Ken Burkhart. 45 ËTT gg H سن‎ P 4000 m mme " i emia سے سب‎ n کہ و سساک سس عو مہ‎ gp e Oy fe. mg ہے‎ iol ہے سے وہ ا‎ pm ےہ‎ m d tee ew حصضہدو ۹ے‎ ` men, سے‎ mm ے۔ ص ہے مھ‎ ` Beau — ef —PPPoÀ ——MÀÀ = e - ow —— E ai ir ot " D سب‎ c -g EN -=-= — - c سے وھ‎ - —— M —— m omes C mm —M - مس‎ m- اھ‎ ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA — Front, B. J. Johnson, Elsie Hoff, Jennifer Coupal, Agnes Carbrey; back, Kim Wass, Dave Donelson. | 14 | ' e " سس‎ L ` 2 FA never D 8 1 f E. l - - eil p 4 4 ü B H M LI p di " E ! -— 4 1 f . | d ۱ ۱ 5 k " 3 B di h a D T » 1 کے ch‏ [| EF CINES ےج‎ GORDIE MEY 5 | k سح‎ WARD Student Director Randy Simons leads the Pep Band in another rousing number at a home basketball game. | —— mm Mit See O4 0 IM beem. WE KC Dim Eat سے ےے٭ہ٭ وو یں‎ EA.‏ ےد Pausing for a picture are Jim Dickson, Meg Lapehn, and Mike Beaty, who participated in the All-State Band Concert in Des Moines. GORDIE MEYER DAVE SCHULZE First chair drummer in the All-State Band concert. Mike Beaty is in- tent on his playing at a home basketball game. Student musicians direct Pep Band; 15 go to All-State Student musicians scored many individ- ual triumphs in 1970-71. For the first time, several boys helped Mr. Trexel lead the Pep Band at pep assemblies and home games, while 15 students won All-State honors. During Thanksgiving’ vacation, while others were celebrating, 15 Ames High musicians were practicing in Des Moines for the All-State concert. These 15 were chosen from Ames High students who auditioned at Saydel Woodside. Only one of every five who auditioned were chosen to play in the final concert in Des Moines. This was the third year in which Meg Lapehn, Jim Dickson, and Tom Schat- tauer performed. Rebekah Johnson was chosen as concert mistress of the orches- tra. “This experience is definitely a high- light in the life of students, " Mr. Trexel commented. Student directors assisted Mr. Trexel in leading the pep band for the first time this year. They helped direct the band at pep assemblies and all home games. New pop tunes were constantly introduced to back the Cheersquad and generate enthusiasm. ¥ a کو‎ | E PY L 313 " b m. f KE 9 Zë ve AN ; ‘ 5 TOM BLISS Practicing his French horn before playing with the Pep Band, Mark Sanderson concentrates on his music. 47 - ge — eg ————— A — —‏ ,بب -- A uae — =e‏ وس سه eee‏ ہج ےھ $ 2 = سے سا a‏ جس یہہ Í | Orchestra increases practice, stresses | chamber music With the advent of the eight-period day, Orchestra was able to meet five times a week instead of just three. The extra prac- (| tice time really improved the orchestra, according to Mr. McCoy, director. “We were just better musically,” he said. The increased practice time also resulted in a shift from full orchestra music to | more chamber music, and allowed each member to play in a small group. ۱ | The full Orchestra has 35 members — 20 strings and 15 winds. In November, six | musicians played in the All-State orches- | tra in Des Moines. The Orchestra gave | many concerts throughout the year, go- | ing to the junior highs and many ele- | mentary schools. They also participated in the Christmas concert with the Ames High Band and Chorus. One ofthe small groups formed this year in Orches- ۱ tra was this quartet with Alison Exner, Jennifer Coupal, Dave Donelson, and Agnes Carbrey. WELLHOUSE STUDIO ORCHESTRA — Front, Dave Donelson, Alison Exner, Laurel MacBride, Dorothy Stuve, Rebekah Johnson, Jennifer Coupal, Agnes Carbrey; second, Ned Shank, Elsie Hoff, Patty Beneke, Jane Coulson, Meg Lapehn, Jim Dickson, Barb Ketcham, Joan Kempthorne, Beth Boylan, Jane Fincham, Terra Holland; third, Candy Kindermann, Marvin Fisher, Mike Wirkus, Bruce Halvorson, Jim Burns, Randy Simons, Tom Hotchkiss, Mark Metzler, Bruce Kirk; fourth, Mr. McCoy, David Houser, Dave Barnes, Kim Wass, Bill Hotchkiss. 48 | me — e e em‏ .ہہ 9 — سےا ہے ۰ Studying his music with fierce concentration, Mr. McCoy directs the Orchestra during a practice session. — mi us vi ae: ٠ t i GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER e Ld Y " e, ر‎ 2 — GORDIE MEYER (00... GORDIEMEYER Co-concert mistress of the All-State Orchestra, Rebekah John- Two of the Orchestra's string bass players practicing before son spends many hours in practicing her violin. a concert are Bill Hotchkiss and Dave Barnes. 49 Á — Bringing good cheer to the student body, the Choir | tours the halls of Ames High before Christmas. " And I've been a very good girl all year! " The Choir pauses as Kathy Swenson tells Santa what she wants. E re 7 ید‎ n 7 T 3 w MEA zo. n ` ٦ Leg EE fontis d: Ké jeli. E 21 H: = بیس‎ ) l andas 1 . m «a 0 271۳ - 1 " FE 7 سو تچ WELL HOUSE STUDIO A CAPPELLA CHOIR — Front, Brenna Peglar, Betsy Peterson, Alison Exner, Lance Foreman, Gary Haupt, Tom Hotchkiss, Chris Thompson, Gayle Thompson, Carol Bowen, Tom Schattauer, Dennis Cafferty, Alan Larson, Alice Patterson, Jennifier Coupal, Mary Peterson, Rebecca Johnson, Mr. | Wiser; second, Jacky Claus, Kris Moorman, Kathy Kiser, Cynthia Marten, David Hauser, Scott Corbett, Randy Wedin, Dennis Hoover, Mark Potter, | Larry Voelker, Marian Morton, Sue Powell, Linda Lyman, Carol Healey, Janice Gauger; third, Lynn Augustine, Mary Kay Atkins, Sue Warman, Susan Buck, Mary Runyan, Starla Jarrell, Sharon Henely, Cindy Dahl, Sherri Battles, Marti Pace, Julie Baker, Maurine MacBride, Kathy Boon, Barb Clark, Nicki Facto, Kathy Post; back, Sharon Anderson, Genene McNabb, Vicki Ball, LuAnn Hansen, Patti Guy, Judi Jackson, Kathryn Swenson, Julie Kinseth, Jane Parks, Teresa Fryar, Rene Hemphill, Nancy Ingvoldstad, Jolene Satre, Beth Boylan, Sheryl Wood, Cindy Johnson, | Nancy Talbot, Holly Burkhalter, Sarah Grant. as Ss ges ہر‎ 50 Practice makes perfect, and perfection is what Nancy ingvoldstad, Jolene Satre, and Chris Thompson are working for. 5 vocalists win All-State honors Seer. — 7 À b. | 3 iD ٢ CI ioir active: ` This year’s A Cappella Choir was ex- tremely active. In addition to the many hours spent rehearsing’ Vivaldi’s “Gloria” for Christmas, the choir gave a spring concert and sang for the Teacher Recog- nition Banquet in May. As has been the tradition, the choir gave its last perform- ances of the year at the baccalaureate and graduation services. The choir officers were: Tom Schattauer, president; Chris Thompson, vice-president; and Gayle Thompson and Carol Bowen, co-secretary- treasurers. Representatives from all three classes auditioned for All-State Chorus in the fall. Five Ames High singers were chosen to sing with the chorus in its November concert. ۶ ۱ 1 i GORDIE MEYER Ames High's All-State vocalists are Alison Exner, Alan Larson, Tom Schattauer, Steve Fisher, and Cynthia Marten. 51 or Wë " we on =a CU a 7 a BAS EM ہن‎ " Nr سو میں‎ ۱ : 5 TONO Linie سذ‎ rua e | eg ex — — ww mm e mm mm e 9 mm MADRIGAL — Front, Sharon Henely, Brenna Peglar, Sue Futrell, Lyn Johnson, Cindy Larson, Sue Powell, Cindy Dahl: second, Bill Wagner, Nancy Ingvoldstad, Jacky Claus, Janet Coy, Vicki Ball, Kathy Boon, Lynn Augustine; thírd, Betsy Peterson, Bianca Zaffarano, Barb Clark, Rebecca Johnson, Cynthia Marten, Linda Dougal, Margaret Ryding, Joan Burnet; fourth, Ray Thomson, Marti Pace, Jim Packer, Tom Schattauer, Scott Corbett, Tom Hotchkis, Chris Thompson, Vicki Van Voorhis, Carol Bowen. WELLHOUSE STUDIO — A Le 4 7 E d í ای وی‎ + $s HERLIITTIL " wage rs AIT, 5 " reen, Every day senior Rebecca Johnson is reminded that accompany- ing a large group is not the easiest job in the world. " And-a-one-and-a-two-and-a-three... " Mr. Al. Wiser, head of vocal music and director, starts the Choir on a new piece. 92 a Entertaining the Woman's Club was only one of the Madrigal's many performances. T. - D a EES e m -7 " TS 4 WW کڈ‎ e 7 y : “iy TT, oY ق‎ b L CERN pos Pr ۹ ۔‎ ey ۰ ہے کل ا ا GORDIE MEYER m E 1 cal 1 WELLHOUSE STUDIO JR SR POPS—Front, Bev Chesterfield, Amy Johnson, Debbie Christianson, Vicki Stevenson, Claire Anderson, Janet Ward, Alberta James, Nancy Picht, second, Debbie Parrish, Pat Hadaway, Mona Green, Elsie Hoff, Debbie Lenning, Barb Brown, Sally Medford, third, Debbie Kindermann, Jan Brugger, Janice Percival, Candace Charity, Julie Baker, Vicki Ball, fourth, Mr. Al Wiser, Barbie Kestel, Ann Sherman, Kathy Holthaus, Mary Catus, Laurie Madden, Rebecca Johnson. 53 ۹ c 050 .ں‎ ۴ ar سد‎ ۰ EJ ha ( 96 WP C ab Wan Tv Wr RE اھ‎ a ws 1 d - - == — سے —- - - - ہے‎ e ۲ - - -—— 9 — ———À - Di — = ` جچھےہ ہہ‎ ze e e e - - - - « quet we — -— eam = “a” " e SOPHOMORE GIRLS GLEE — Front, Linda Davidson, Toni Terrones, Kandy Schminkey, Mary Barnard, Pat Brekke, Donna Gilchrist, Candy Kindermann, Mr. Wise; second, Cindy Sims, Marcia Millard, Sylvia Lazo, Carol Patterson, Nancy Newell, Sue Futrell, Carolyn Bennett, Joyce VanderWal, Cindy Sharp; third, Patty Lariviere, Katy Rozeboom, Maria Kemeny, Sheila Glenn, Jo Shaughnessy, Debbie Routh, Marcia Brown, Debbie Lande; fourth, Ann Ebert, Mary O'Laughlin, Kathy Reed, Barb Atkins, Margy Elbert, Beth Speer, Jackie Latta, Janet Luing; fifth, Jeni Herrick, Chris Ellis, Sherry Gammon, Karen Christensen, Sandy Bunce, Cay Ernest, Lea Dorsey, Carolyn Myers; back, Marlene Bleeker, Karen Burns, Gabriele Koschorreck, Ann Outka, Dorothy Bowen, Jean Cafferty, Celeste Valentine, Marta Moore. e mm " n WELLHOUSE STUDIO WELLHOUSE STUDIO SOPHOMORE MIXED CHORUS - Front, Mr. Wiser, Cindy Larson, Meg James, Roz Corieri, Vicki Tamashunas, Shirley Cou- ture, Holly Cassidy, Cindee Shearer; second, John Frederiksen, Bianca Zaffarano, Jana Keller, Kerry Goodwin, Deby Martin, Janet Coy, Ellen Hermstadt, Cheryl Ring; third, Mike Ellson, Candy Clinefelter, Vicki VanVoorhis, Joan Burnet, Kathy Coleman, Carolyn Curry, Diana McMillen, Pam Weigle; back, Stewart Swanson, Scott Smith, Mike Metzier, Steve Fisher, Jim Packer, Richard Kniseley, Pat Morehead, Phil Bartruff. 54 e mg = - ۴ g w - ZE, وی یسیع‎ | 4 à ‘ - r a ۸ - - F 1 1 i a e 7 à = E ac A | . " LA. VS m ہے Are they really singing or are they just yawning? Only Mr. Wiser knows for sure when the Sophomore Mixed Chorus practices. Vocal music enroliment up; ISU hosts Madrigal Greater interest teamed with more time provided by the eight-period day brought a large increase in vocal music enroll- ment this year. Many small ensembles had the chance to practice during school hours; most then performed twice in school programs and several times out of school. A large group of sophomores turned out for mixed chorus and girls’ glee. For the Christmas program they joined the Choir in singing Vivaldi’s “Gloria.” They also presented two other concerts. Madrigal had the exciting opportunity this year of singing with the Iowa State University Madrigal at the ISU Madrigal Dinner. WELLHOUSE STUDIO SOPHOMORE MIXED CHORUS — Front, Mary Kay Reece, Sally Scholten, Mary Nichols, Carol McFarland, Janet Dowell, Trish Savage, Linda Stewart, Paula Grucza, Terra Holland; second, Linda Allison, Jane Weber, Sue Geist, Lyn Johnson, Patty Beneke, Pam Schulte, Tia Slater, Kim Wass; third, Mary Constantine, Beth Boylan, Janet Seim, Cindy Tschetter, Cindi Clark, Chris Kiser, Jan Ness, Mark Skadberg; fourth, Paul Schattauer, John Zmolek, John Miller, King Block, Andy Morton, Chip Anderson, Paul Eshelmann, Bill Wagner. 55 " i ABA وو یں‎ E r E D f m mm و‎ ww ہے میں‎ J ; M. unm dli bebe فن — سنت‎ ——— Lë Staff numbers 83 with addition of | 14 new teachers Ames High received a large transfusion of new blood this fall. Fourteen teachers were added to the staff, including two teachers brought from within the system and three facing their first teaching’ position. | Increased course offerings opened posi- | tions for six new teachers. One teacher ۱ was added in driver education, one in | girls physical education, one in indus- h i trial arts, one in home economics and two | in social studies. | Returning from a year’s sabbatical were | Mr. Dale Hiedeman, who was in Florida taking advanced studies, and Mr. Walter | Wood, who spent his year at Iowa State. | There were 24 other faculty members at- tending school over the summer; six of them received their master’s degrees. Mr. Roger Spratt receives a " gavel " as he takes over as Ames Education Association president. MR. DARRILL ABEL: Distributive Practices; DECA sponsor. MR. ROBERT AMMANN: French 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club co-sponor. MRS. PHYLLIS B. AUSTIN: Honors American Literature, Survey of American Literature, American Masterpieces. MR. KEITH BAILEY: Physical education; assistant football coach, assistant wrestling coach. MRS. GRACE BAUSKE: introduction to Journalism, Applied Journalism; WEB sponsor, Public Relations Committee sponsor. MRS. E. DOROTHY BROWN: Librarian; Library Club sponsor. MR. WILBUR BUSS: German 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: concessions. German Club sponsor. MRS. ESTHER BUTTREY: Accounting 1, 2; Typing 1, 2: Committee sponsor. MR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Driver education; assistant football coach, assistant track coach. MISS KAREN CARLSON: Physical education; Sophomore Cheersquad sponsor, Gymnastics Club sponsor, Synchronettes co-sponsor. MR. HI COVEY: Study hall supervisor. MRS. JEAN CRANE: Physics B (PSSC). MRS. MARJORIE DEMEL: Spanish 1, 2. MR. GEORGE DUVALL: Algebra 1, 2, 3, 4; head basketball coach, head golf coach. MR. BILL ENQUIST: American History, American Government. MR. DON FAAS: Trade and industrial coordinator, health occupations coordinator, lab assistant supervisor; Industrial Arts department head. DR. RALPH FARRAR: Principal. MR. DAVE FLEMING: Counselor, Key Club sponsor. MR. JOHN FORSSMAN: English 10, World Literature; Service Committee sponsor. MR. MERLE A. GARMAN: Business Law, Consumer Economics, Business Management, Typing 1, 2. MRS. KAY GARRETT: Typing 1, 2, Counselor; Pep Club co-sponsor. MR. HOMER GARTZ: Stage Band. MRS. JANET GILBERT: Perspectives in American Literature, Survey of American Literature, Mass Media, English Literature. MR. JACK GILBERTSON: Beginning Drama, Speech, English 11; assistant drama director. MISS DOROTHY GUGEL: Painting, Drawing, independent art study; Art Department head; Art Club sponsor. MR. WAYNE HANSEN: Beginning Drama, Advanced Drama, Speech Composition; director of drama, Palm Club sponsor. MRS. MARILYN HANSON: Geometry, Intermediate Algebra, Probability and Statistics; Girls’ Service Committee sponsor. MR. KENNETH HARTMAN: Chemistry A; Science Seminar co-sponsor. Custodian Ray Huston stacks chairs to clear the floor as he prepares for a dance after a home game. LARRY KATZ 57 E D مو سر‎ um EE Sophomore Orientation? Dr. | Farrar leads faculty children in | Christmas carols. MRS. JEAN HASSEBROCK: Textiles and Clothing 1, 2, Foods and Equipment I, Child Development. MR. ROBERT HEIBERGER: Driver education; assistant swimming coach, girls’ golf coach. MR. DOYLE HERRIG: Automotive mechanics. MR. DALE HIEDEMAN: Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry. MR. KEITH HILMER: Algebra 3, 4, Trigonometry. Analytic Geometry; Junior Class sponsor. MR. DENNIS HURD: Developmental Reading, English 10. MR. BOB IMPECOVEN: Algebra 1, 2, Geometry; lunchroom supervisor, assistant wrestling coach, assistant track coach. MRS. ANNE JACOBSON: Physical education; Synchronettes sponsor, Ames High Dancers sponsor. MR. JIM JEFSON: Geometry, Honors Algebra 3, 4. MR. PHIL JOHNSON: Geometry; head football coach, head tenis coach. MR. JAMES JONES: Physics A; Science Seminar co-sponsor. MR. TOM JORGENSEN: American History; assistant basketball coach. MRS. JEAN KLEINSCHMIDT: Survey of American Literature, Individual Prespectives in Literature, American Literary Masterpieces. MRS. SIGFRID LYBECK: English 10, Latin Il; LatinClub sponsor, assistant Girls Service Committee sponsor. MR. GEORGE MacBRIDE: Audio-visual coordinator. MR. RICHARD McCOY: Orchestra director. ANDY WARD Decisions, decisions! Mr. Forssman ponders a purchase of cupcakes at the Office Education bake sale. MISS MARY McNALLY: Counselor; Welcoming Committee sponsor. MRS. CAROLYN MAXON: Counselor. MR. JACK MENDENHALL: Physical education; head wrestling coach, assistant football coach. MRS. LOU ANN MIKES: Housing and Home Furnishings, Foods Ill. MRS. ANNE MOLLET: Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club sponsor. MRS. CAROLYN NELSON: English 10, Survey of American Literature. MR. KEN NOREM: Counselor; adult education director, evening school coordinator. MR. PAUL DOUGLAS OLSAN: General Metals, Electricity and Electronics. MR. KENNETH PAGE: Economics, Sociology, American Government; assistant boys intramural director. MR. DAVID POSEGATE: Driver education; assistant basketball coach, assistant baseball coach. MRS. MARY RENO: English 10, Honors English 10. MR. WILLIAM C. RIPP: Director of guidance and pupil personnel services; Senior Class sponsor, assistant Student Council sponsor. MR. EVERETT G. RITLAND: Vice-principal; Student Council sponsor. MRS. ANNETTE M. ROWLEY: Sophomore communication workshop, Survey of American Literature, Creative Writing. MRS. DONNA FAE SCHEPERS: Adult Living, Foods |, Boys Foods. MRS. MARY SCHMIDT: English literature, World Literature, Applied Composition; assistant Service Committee sponsor. 59 wmm تام‎ — ` ` o mr ch “00 — —— ——— | | حکھ س‎ Pa A Ee e ene WEE سے‎ eee سه‎ -— M sa - eee = MRS. SANDRA J. SCHNEIDER: Introduction to Studio, Commercial Art and Printmaking, Sculpture, Drawing; Art Club co-sponsor. MR. RICHARD SCHNEIDER: American History. MR. MARVIN SCOTT: World History, International Relations; debate coach, Model UN sponsor. MR. JOHN SLETTEN: Creative Writing, Mass Media, Introduction to Journalism; head track coach, head cross-country coach. MR. RAY SMALLING: Counselor; director of athletics, A-Club co-sponsor. MRS. MONA SMITH: Spanish 1, 2; Spanish Club co-sponsor. MR. CECIL E. SPATCHER: Biology; assistant track coach. MR. ROGER SPRATT: Biology; boys intramurals director. MR. EDWIN H. STONE: Mechanical Drafting, Technical Drafting, Advanced Technical Drafting. MR. FLOYD STURTEVANT: Chemistry B, Honors Chemistry; Science Seminar co-sponsor. MR. JERROLD SWENSON: Woodworking. MRS. JUDY SWITZER: Physical education; varsity Cheersquad sponsor, Drill Team sponsor. MRS. PENNY TIFFANY: School nurse. MR. DALE TRAMP: American History, counselor; head sophomore football coach, assistant track coach, Newcomers Club sponsor. MR. MILTON A. TREXEL: Director of instrumental music, band director. MR. RICHARD F. TRUMP: Biology; Science Seminar sponsor. TOM BLISS CAFETERIA WORKERS — Front, left, Mrs. Doris Moore, Mrs. Cornelia Erickson, Mrs. Betty Brink, Mrs. Arlene Mullin, Mrs. Lois Moses; right, Mrs. Irene Adamson, Mrs. Phyllis Jenison, Mrs. Darlene Hade, Mrs. Nita Henry, Mrs. Fran McMillen, Mrs. Etha Hutchcroft; back eft, Mrs. Helen Hall, Mrs. Sherry See, Mrs. Rosalind Reinsch, Mrs. Carol Lokken, Mrs. Marilyn Larson; right, Mrs. Verna Scandrett, Mrs. Myrna Baker, Mrs.Esther Bogue, Mrs. Anna Mae Thiel. 60 MRS. LINDA VANCE: Business Machines, Typing Ill, Shorthand; Pep Club sponsor. MRS. DOROTHY VANDECAR: French 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club sponsor. MRS. BARBARA H. WARD: Advanced Standing Senior English, Developmental Reading; SPIRIT sponsor. MRS. SHARON WEAVER: Typing I, Il, Business Math; Pep Club sponsor. MRS. LOUISE WHELCHEL: Work-Study Class. MR. RICHARD WHITE: Anthropology, Honors American History, American Government; Theology Club sponsor. MRS. ROSE WILCOX: Office education and cadet teaching coordinator; Office Education Club sponsor. MR. CHARLES WINDSOR: Algebra 3, 4, General Physical Science. MR. AL WISER: Humanities; director of vocal music. MR. MICHAEL C. WITTMER: Physical education; head swimming coach. MR. WALTER WOOD: Algebra 3, 4, Calculus. MR. ARNOLD ZEDIKER: American Government, Sociology; head baseball coach, head sophomore basketball coach, assistant football coach, A-Club sponsor. MRS. PAULINE CALDWELL: General treasurer, bookkeeper, and secretary. MRS. LOIS CARR: secretary to Mr. Ritland, attendance secretary. MRS. DAISY FLACK: secretary. MRS. JOYCE HARRIS: secretary to Mr. Ripp. MRS. ANNA MAE HUFFER: library aide. MRS. ETHA HUTCHCROFT: food service director. MRS. RUTH KALDOR: teacher aide. MRS. MARY THOMAS: secretary. MRS. CAROLYN WILLETT: secretary to Mr. Norem. 61 1 E س‎ — . - h ée h . A m a ۴ 7 3 " - WY a. Arv mm ` mg سد = —— — ے - ہے سس‎ aam " maf cow ap سے‎ e: -— ہو‎ -— be کے سے ےہ ہے‎ ee eee ہے سس ےا‎ - e a o em — P == ma om ا‎ wt, ai Poem cms » e اک‎ qn niri T E x. A 2 mm. 7 - i! - e s qe ۸ 7 Fa p ft » 34 ar a if 3 i ۹ d 7 E 1 1 p gu ۱ p» at ۲ a GA [p | | B ! IIT ت6‎ 5 i 2 cX سس‎ 3 Yi j , e | UB © V NR چ8 مغ‎ eg س س‎ ۱ " AB a tet “ Le : E ` D F | i qd y E " - @ ق‎ ۱ ۰ | LE A f | | = uum : 7 EN. TË. ` Student life | x " What really makes-up the School? | The thing that matters most 1l. is people. The people that fill the classes and the people in the halls, the people that teach and a the people that learn, the moments shared with people, the joy of working together for a common cause. Much later, when you have forgotten | the building, the routine,- most of what is so frantically | sought and learned, the people will remain, for they are the memories as well. - Events 64-95 Organizations 96-115 Section staff Gordie Meyer, section editor Peggy Barr Tom Bliss Mark Fisher | Jane Lundvall Gordie Meyer " 1 Susi Schlunz GORDIE MEYER Mary Serovy Andy Ward 62 سے — — — P. 63 —— 7 mos | E = e —— = ‘ee mens 3 ege 4 -— — s -- Mb» ———p (0 — a e meum. -— سھ‎ -u-n - - SO n iR سس‎ zs وہ‎ ced " m GR. ma, . e Ri ن‎ Ja Ww " , " w نپ‎ - em. ےه‎ —- — —M ` — — Ong = sd ——) P — — 0 0 " Yt 1 | | i کے = 4 Many changes mark 1970 Homecoming; ‘Happening theme 1970 brought changes to one of the most traditional events of the school year, Homecoming. The usual homeroom door decoration contest was abandoned. re- placed with the judging of decorated cars. Attendance was not required at the pep assembly. Students lacking homecoming: spirit had the alternative of congregating in the studyhall. The meandering cara- van didn't stop forarally at the bandshell. nor did the Pep Club snake dance down Main Street. ETH a dull nynner ` e | mem. ex The school day, however, contained many of the usual events. The halls and lobby windows were plastered with orange and black. Football boys were treated to lunch and cake at the team tables. Pep Club girls decorated the boys' lockers with candy and hopes for victory. Pep Club girls prepare surprises for the football team's lockers. HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES — Front, Betsy Diehl, Sandra Albertson, Chris Anderson, Jo Enquist, back, Cindy Hall, Beth Moody, Barb Eldridge, Lynn LARRY KATZ Bauske, Julie Kinseth. Not pictured: Beth Wooten. T ناک‎ E e , ' " ع‎ Je 27 یں‎ era Be milli c din vt " eg - 4 " AS AC A a 5d وو‎ ss. Sssesgfzseei Tee ewei wee tt ۷١ ELEELE ٭‎ Feet reesen f ? + e ze (rt otes eet ff fgsesgggf Beet روپ‎ a T tn, Solano, Ze بین وریز ناف ۷ 4 ٭ ٭ ہے‎ eet " eque کی ہے ٭‎ «(229220 وہ ۷۱۲ ہے‎ quuuvxusu-- ` web کے رک‎ ۹ E 1 v » QUANTITY terete, EN (Heer, sf e wee دج ہہ‎ | t وی مج جال‎ EIN MEE i (ESA i 00ں ×× پر‎ AA ۰ Age gan mg ۰ el, m Wi " a LU J - d ` " y N S wr ANDY WARD ag I a r ras imd But some things never change... Orange and black hopes for victory adorn the lobby windows. The caravan truck moves out with a load of Cyclone supporters. The Pep Club skit ends in the usual we-all-fall-down style. Once again the hall is filled with girls decorating lockers. ANDY RIGGS LARRY KATZ 65 - ۶َ ‏ ٔ ٔ ` تا n -— x à;‏ جج iios‏ ن ak‏ ——————— — ہی dE,‏ سج شش سے بدا ' i f | | e? 5 A 1 paaa a. 75 =‏ ہ ع C» efi ol " mmer deg pg E me me ee em — +‏ ۰۰ کچھ‎ AE Sen Aen سی کر‎ - " me GORDIE MEYER a TODD MILLER Enoch Smoky, a three-man group from lowa City, plays for a very different Homecoming dance. 66 4 سس‎ e BR ! ] ای‎ " A " ` nd Seege fee ee ١ a = P " ` a Nee ee ےک ب‎ o i c ET c A de 3 Di Y Judge Dean Kuhn inspects the winning car of the decoration contest. Beth Moody crowned Homecoming queen; dance held in gym - To p A 4 m AS a a WA, d کو سر ` f ۸ 2 Although cold and dismal weather plagued the caravan and game, and the Little Cyclones suffered a 10-0 loss to Cedar Falls, many highlights brightened the Homecoming evening. The queen and her court were announced at half-time. Sandra Albertson and Julie Kinseth were named as first and second attendants. Beth Moody was crowned queen. | Following the game, many AHS students LARRY KATZ and alumni were treated to a new type of Homecoming dance. Enoch Smoky per- formed for the first dance held in the AHS gym. It was louder, heavier, more suc- cessful and better attended than any pre- vious school dance. The day's events held true to the theme of " Homecoming Happening. " Changes and highlights marked 1970's Homecoming as one to remember. It was a dark and dreary night — cold, too. The chill has strange effects on Scott Kreamer and Jeff Love. SARK KRINT A zor " . — iS i | r- | | Red roses and the queen's crown are presented to Beth Moody by A-club president Scott Kreamer. GORDIE MEYER THE QUEEN AND HER COURT: Pete Buck, Julie Kinseth (second attendant), Scott Corbett, Beth Moody, Gene Lar- son and Sandra Albertson (first attendant). c —À " " t ہہ‎ o WM 3 ۲ وہ‎ - a “ wei ` " = " ف‎ E a ' w - = mg 4i a e = arn کوچ " ‎ ۹ “Oh, come on now, Steve, it's the Mistletoe Dance.” Barb Moldenhauer Dressed in their best, Ted VanFossen and Cindee and Mark Potter hold mistletoe over Steve Herrnstadt and Teresa Fryar. Shearer enter Carillion, the Christmas Formal EM ÉQ»Q» 1 o mm A GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER Playing current hits, Stoned Soul Picnic, a local group, performs in the cafeteria in the spring. Standing out in the blackness, Enoch Smoky plays its own music at the annual Homecoming Dance. ew TOM BLISS Bad iP grt m c crum si fleegt, ۔. اوھ‎ " Just eat the cracker and whistle ‘Dixie,’ even if the crackers are stale!” orders Al Warren as Larry Loots feeds Debbie Carlson at the TWIRP dance. GORDIE MEYER Dances net $1300, more than any preceding year Fire and Ice, Enoch Smoky, Brown Sugar, Stoned Soul Picnic, Charisma, Uncle and the Anteaters, White Lightning, Hiver Jenny, Copyright '70, Hoo-chee-coo, the Red Dogs, Starbuck, and Autumn Wind. All these groups played for the Ames High students at one, two, and in one case, Stoned Soul Picnic, three dances. This year was the first time dances were held in the gym. Two dances were held there. The first one was the Homecoming Dance, featuring Enoch Smoky. The second was a special dance featuring White Lightning and River Jenny. How- ever, vandalism in the boys' restroom brought a ban on dances in the gym. The Student Council made more than $1,300 on dances for the entire year, more than any preceding council. River Jenny warms up the crowd before turning the stage over to White Lightning (now Lightning). l Bu EL M 7 " WS ep wm جعع‎ Mt تج وی و ہت‎ m o Pa a wm mm. —-— weg = a " Oem MM 7 - - 2: ست‎ -— — Ca = P —— 9 ے۔‎ — — — - —— o wm ` mmm wf — mel ' , ` 1 Co-star of ABC's " Room 222 " Michael Constantine talks with students | about the value of education and signs autographs during his visit. i TV celebrity, fire, hotpants, new PAD mark school year Each year things occur at Ames High | that are unscheduled and in many cases ge unexpected. These events include visits | by celebrities such as this year's visit by actor Michael Constantine, co-star of ABC's " Room 222; " minor disasters such | as this year's stadium fire; traditional events with minor changes such as TWIRP week and the publication of Scratch Pad; and fashion changes such as this year's hotpants. Actor Michael Constantine visited Ames High in the fall and spoke informally with the students in the lounge and the lobby about the value of education. The cause of the stadium fire was never determined. Much of the football and track equipment had to be replaced. Scratch Pad, professionally bound for the (af ote TER سر‎ if E E d first time, was distributed in the spring. x a ا‎ : - سے — — ———— a سے‎ d E EM ` E ANDY WARD Squealing with excitement, Holly Burkhalter buys a SCRATCH PAD from Bill Christensen. gu ١ | sd | | | | 70 UNE mW we a eh ee ENENE, . Lex i A ali e ٠ ée‏ سے سے سای ende‏ سط EE bere‏ 1:9 امرس agn don. a. ee mër‏ ا ee lege‏ اف 000000000000 0ی00 00ض“ " 5 +$ ۴ Black smoke billowing from beneath the stadium, snow on the ground, Spirit staff hotpants contest winner Karen and flames glaring at the bystanders mark the infamous stadium fire. Wass models her winning outfit. LA © iU " d i V | CN WË ke: v ELEME و‎ 6 € 9 5.9.0.9.9.9 C» l ر‎ ds E Pe SX XXX OS XX OR GR اس ا‎ sS Y : Fee Ba -— | E) Sx Oe GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER Following the correct TWIRP procedure, Jane Coulson carries Gary Beeman's books around. i 2 — TODD MILLER Senior Tom Pantenburg leads the boy's cheering section in their " Let's hear one big fight! " cheer during one of the winter sports pep assemblies. 71 | Ail D 7 — س‎ ۹ 02 VA c T سک‎ os Pa WS vw = Se Ee E fe e ëmge SEA fme eee ee Moving with the rhythm of the music, the Alvin Ailey Amer- ican dancers express themselves at a special assembly. CLARK KENT ج س mu‏ ےد — س Doing her now famous " Edith Ann” impersonation, Diane Kolmer emcees the second semester talent assembly, complete with sucker. GORDIE MEYER ve V , ` i ve’ ean rëselt f | Së i | A s Ab s. e LI S ے٦‎ -— Al B " d ` LN UT TL cm A - E £ E id eh NM A M A D ay i d 07 UN ` 9, i ۱ ۲ ۲ hee ege sq Lc ean ES‏ ی GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER " It was embarrassing, but that's a custom in Denmark, " exclaims Diane Daffin, realizing what she has just said. Hevealing the new Student Council constitution, Chevy Demirel and Phil Hartman ask for student body support. 72 lowa State Senator William Reichardt reminisces about his son and the white buck shoes. TODD MILLER opecial assemblies; Dancers termed best of year, great " Did you see the dancers? " “Ya, weren't they fabulous! " " Their body control! " “They were really great!” These were com- ments made by students after the Alvin Ailey American Dance Company as- sembly. Students were held in fascination by the performance of five members of the troupe. The dance assembly was con- sidered by many to be " the best assembly of the year. " The assembly committee of the Student Council held four special assemblies, or convocations as they were officially known, two of which were speakers and two performances. The speakers were Iowa State Senator William Reichardt and former Ames High student Dave Hammer. Both spoke on success. The other as- semblies were the dance assembly and the Stout State Symphonic Singers. Other assemblies were the annual pep, talent, music, and Student Council as- semblies. Playing ‘‘those funny bamboo instruments from the South Pacific, " the Stout State singers entertained. ` ir + MEXED‏ 0006ات n OU, mu 7 " ng EE umane (Ex Ke ak FE 1 MP S Ze +۹ 3 E Sey « Bas en eee " | WO, Ce NES AM O UAM X کک‎ Together for an informal picture are the queens who reigned in 1970-71. Sandra Albertson is at left. Others, from top, are Cindy Hall, Beth Moody, and Barb Eldridge. TRACK QUEEN AND COURT: Lynn Bauske, first attendant; Cindy Hall, Queen, Beth Linder, second attendant. Be DAVE SCHULZE SPIRIT SWEETHEART AND ATTENDANTS: Julie Kinseth, first attendant; Barb Eldridge, SPIRIT Sweetheart; and Cindy Hall, second attendant. DAVE SCHULZE 74 " TET, + A NN —AA-——— SE Ke ۱ emm mme Moody, Eldridge, Albertson, Hall reign as queens Four senior girls reigned as queens over the 1970-71 school year. Beth Moody was the first; she was crowned at the Home- coming game halftime. Couples attending the Christmas Formal voted for a king, queen, and court. This court consisted of Barb Eldridge and Bruce Buck, Julie Kinseth and Pete Buck, Teresa Fryar and Steve Herrnstadt, and Mary Barrow and Larry Loots. Gene Larson and Sandra Albertson reigned as king and queen. The senior homerooms nominated five senior girls for SPIRIT Sweetheart. The five senior girls on the SPIRIT staff were alsoincluded.Duringthe April 10 SPIRIT dance, Barb Eldridge was crowned queen, Julie Kinseth first attendant, and Cindy Hall second attendant. The AHS track team chose its own queen to be crowned during the Ames Invita- tional on April 30. The boys selected Cindy Hall as track queen, Lynn Bauske first attendant, and Beth Linder second attendant. DAVE SCHULZE CHRISTMAS FORMAL KING AND QUEEN: Sandra Albertson and Gene Larson. T9 Í i i SCH " ۱ M. ٠ A2 ' ENS = e H 6 , ° - ے‎ -— = WA A — ` SECH J wr. wv ` - Le a - یسید ہے ھی ہے سے‎ Á————MM—— اہ سن‎ Qa m — E DE E 6L Re E E TTT 4 a aM = 7 M. ». dim ` ep ent E — — 4: — eo. mg mmm ہے‎ i i 1۱ ۱ | Trying to dig the beat, Mr. “Twinkletoes” Ritland " One, two, three, just like the good old days, " grins Mrs. Reno as she | swings with one of the Stout State girls. waltzes with chorus member Scott McCoy at the spring faculty banquet. FLASH WARD Bn‏ —— کے GORDIE MEYER " -———— ` ` B س٢۲‎ — M ] " e—— a gr em e سھ‎ e o cm پ۔‎ J ۱ BRAD HVISTENDAHL " This is my own special way of serving cake, " says big-handed Jim Dickson at a year-end party. Dancing staff, cake, wë research papers پت‎ " e Books, books, books, and more books are what Jan Brugger finds an h | Q 7 | | Q nt years end essential part of writing a research paper for Advanced Standing. GORDIE MEYER OO ہے ہ بے س س Á ET‏ e‏ - س س ل ل a‏ س gege ———— —— EE E‏ Dressed in a peasant-servant girl outfit, junior Debby Pohm attempts to serve her prune juice to anyone and everyone at the Junior-Senior Prom. — — GORDIE MEYER | ` GORDIE MEYER | Are you sure this is drinkable?” questions Cindy Parks while Sue Geist | pours another for Gary Grindeland, Al Moreau and Greg Evans wait. Informal Prom, no banquet Tun but crowd sparse Going informal, allowing sophomores, not having a banquet, and a $275 deficit were all elements of last spring's Junior- Senior Prom. But, despite some couples' disappointment with the Prom, most of those attending thought “it was fun. " The tradition-breaking decisions were made as a result of a questionnaire sent out by Junior Exec. to discover what students wanted at their Prom. However, the expected crowd of ??? couples turned out to be far less. This brought the deci- sion to allow sophomores to attend. Even with the sophomores, the expense of the Red Dogs and poor overall attendance forced the Prom $275 into debt. But, an appeal to the Student Council's year-end money giveaway cleared the deficit. " Wanna buy a ticket? " Only $5, " hawks Lance Foreman, Junior Exec representative, at the Prom. GORDIE MEYER | The Class of '71 lines up and starts the Commencement procession to the strains of " Pomp and Circumstance.” NA a $ is Chasen to speak at graduation, Gene Larson addresses his class and 383 ; | elaborates on the challenges of being in the " Pepsi generation. " Sen IOS eave 1 d 1 armbands, salute Armbands over gowns and a mortarboard decorated with a peace symbol were in- novations at the graduation of the Class of 71. Mark Willroth, the last senior to re- ceive a diploma, led the class in the tradi- tional switch of the tassel from left to nght symbolizing graduation and after- wards jubilantly raised a clenched fist amidst cheers from his classmates. On the whole, however, graduation was quieter than anticipated. The 383-member class of '71 held its graduation ceremonies June 2 in the Ames High gym. The speakers were sen- iors Beth Moody and Gene Larson. Bac- calaureate services were held May 30 in C. Y. Stevens Auditorium. Ministers assisting at both events were seniors' HILL'S STUDIO parents. HILL'S STUDIO 2 5 c0 020 ll LU Va × weg. MOON. 0 heo ét N ee oe ۔‎ mo) Ma ”گا‎ H D e mmm mme " mg du D wm. ہم T ‏ " Py wi i ے۔ اتی‎ al? PERRY WHITE و eg ag‏ ے۔ ndi‏ ہے سے ی ت ےت Lining up at the edge of | the pool, these seniors | display their shapely legs. | Senior homeroom teachers, | chaperones for the picnic, vigilantly watch the seniors. | | ۱ | | | GORDIE MEYER EE mw ie se SO ے سے‎ " One, two, three, heave!” And an Ames High bathing beauty is catapulted through the air and goes flying into the water. GORDIE MEYER » — " " EK é el m2 2 i 8 7 Alba fe 00 GEN GORDIE MEY With their eyes on the ball, Ken Burkhart, Gayle Thompson, Terry Blackburn and Jim Dickson wait for it to come to their side. A-G, IE ۹.۰۳۷7 , TUE AO ILS Ue Ma ۳7+ '۔ 03 ER Beautiful day, seniors enjoy traditional picnic " It was the nicest weather we've had in eight years,” said Mrs. Ward, chaperone of many senior picnics about this year’s picnic held at the Ames Golf and Country Club. Because of the beautiful weather, the picnickers were outside all day. A buffet lunch was served at noon. The seniors were generally well behaved, the only excitement occurring when two girls were thrown into the pool. The seniors participated in many varied activ- ties including swimming, golfing, sun- bathing, and playing volleyball. FLASH WARD A legend in his own time, Eric Crump slumps off into the sunset with his load of books. 81 E£ - YT——— (my ee ee ee mm 6 -m e NT. u wr d 45- «e — " mE Member of Wedding’ first play produced by new directors " The Member of the Wedding, " by Ameri- can novelist Carson McCullers, was the first AHS production by the new drama teachers Jack Gilbertson and Wayne Han- sen. The sensitive drama followed a young girl as she ceased to be a child and searched for companionship. Toni Poole played the 12-year-old Frankie Addams. Thirteen members made up the cast. Four blacks were a part of the families involved in the 1945 small Southern town setting. Karen Christensen portrayed black serv- ant Bernice. Frankie's friend, seven-year- old John Henry, was played by sixth grader Paul Volker. Other cast members were Jim Ulmer, Jar- vis; Debbie Hagebock, Janis; Dennis Cafferty, Mr. Addams; Carolyn Patterson, Mrs. West; Jan Brugger, Helen: Ellen Herrnstadt, Doris; Genene McNabb, Sis Laura; Joseph Riley, T. T. Williams; Jim Grant, Honey Camden Brown; Mike Metz- ler, Barney. The play, presented November 12,13 and 14, was directed by Mr. Gilbertson. Mr. Hansen designed the set and supervised stage construction and lighting. Ta me mmm out Bm سسے‎ e $ مب - م‎ " mm " ہے ستھ ہے اگ‎ mg SÉ mm o 'اووسہے‎ ws WW he? eee o a en ¢ A ry ۰ E e A - t oe i M ٦ $ | | H ` 8 4 D j ۶ ۱ = 8 | ٦ 1 = ` KZ A Ah‏ ف A bé è Mr. Addams, Jarvis and Janis listen to Frankie recount her childhood days of play-acting under the arbor as John Henry and Mrs. West look on. n. oF, NM. c m nr کی‎ ` - d — DW 5 ` few a TEC E AMI, " E i ‏ په n‏ کے en WIER‏ LE wi B wr ` e e ' Vë i ' " . ۰ 1 » a is t5 جم‎ TW ٢ ww. A N GORDIE MEYER Refused entrance to Doris and Helen's club, Frankie vents her anger. VU ZE? Wm per per zx e P ATA ےا چو‎ oe ہت‎ T y تھ ۶۱ت " ‎ dg d ۰ - — 8 r . » a Y . ` » - — bech e è " M 1.4 de - h e A - ww اپ ہے‎ ] e b ا‎ Wearing the dress she bought especially for her brother's wedding, Frankie (Toni Poole) daydreams as she removes a splinter from her foot. Nem Kë pt. No A EE ar a idis : MM |‏ حم SANT » x g Aic‏ 0 | TOM BLISS | GORDIE MEYER Frankie, Bernice (Karen Christensen) and John Henry Frankie is comforted after her futile attempt to leave with share a warm feeling of love for each other. her brother and his bride on their wedding day. com —‏ سم 83 ee QU wg ` o o ee ` c " WO : e 7 ‘ 3 " New وھ‎ TTT 7 we Se. WS - = ae A . wm weng e . e — deg e ۱ ' . at tn ee P LI ۱ f The wicked witch tries to persuade Hansel and Gretel to crawl into í H ansel and (3 rete | S the ہ0۷6‎ as other captive children look on from the fei H ‘Endgame’ mark winter drama e n " CEN oe سے ۔‎ o m I — — om Winter drama was marked by " Hansel and Gretel, " the annual children's theater production, and two different produc- tions of Samuel Beckett's " Endgame " by a group of independent students. Sophomores took the limelight in " Han- sel and Gretel, with DeAne Lagerquist | playing Hansel, Chris Kiser Gretel, and Janet Beaty the witch. Five performances were given, including three on Saturday. Sheron Buchele was student director. ANDY WARD Mark Metzler played Hamm in both pro- ductions of “Endgame,” directed by | Aaron Kitzman. Also in the December production at Central Junior High were | Susi Schlunz as Clov, Greg Brady as Nagg, and Janice Snyder as Nell. Phil Baumann was assistant director. The Beckett one-act drama was repeated in February at the Octagon and a cutting from the play was given before English classes at the high school. This time Greg Brady was Clov, Brad Hvistendahl was Nagg, and Margaret Ryding was Nell, and Mrs. Ward was publicity crewhead. Symbolically consigned to a trash bin, Nagg recalls his courtship days in a February “Endgame” rehearsal. Shown are Mark Metzler, Greg Brady, Margaret Ryding, Brad Hvistendahl. JACK FALSTAFF JACK FALSTAFF Frenzied activity backstage marks the final minutes as makeup crews work, director and stage crew add last touches. 84 i ۲ " i ae Kei , -‏ دج ا LOL Ea ei‏ سے Lé EECH‏ اض چ ——Ü à à‏ سا2 à dn Al Mum Pirai 2 5$ die ee ELSE Ages o ROLL. " ooa MAD‏ ; - Small fry and friends flock on stage at the close of “Hansel and Gretel” to meet the actors. p A i ANDY WARD Only four people alive in a dead world, turning on one another in a vicious “Endgame” — Susi Schlunz and Mark Metzier. rs Sine ANDY WARD On her way to the gingerbread house, Grete encounters a forest fairy, Margaret Elbert, trapped in a jack-in-the-box. 85 U SS Jae ie cm. v. gege 1 ile epee ooo © شا‎ : 4 1 a T ہے a o CO mm ÜN e سس‎ d o» Ra d Mee AC AR یس‎ WER m E Y Jr wn unt tw SS AKC) dite d ۲ mt wf 1 N 44 i ۱ 000 dr | | j | , | 7 ۰ | ۱ | Hundreds of props were assembled for the production. Brenna Peglar, Kathy Boon, and Margaret Elbert work on an artist's palette. TOP: Mr. Cady gives Neil some businesslike advice on why he should marry Gladys, while the rest of the family appears amused. All photos, copy, and layout by Andy Ward. Painting scenery never seen by the audience was the task of DeAne Lagerquist and Kathi Reed. 86 During Neil's dream sequence he gets a foretaste of what marriage with Gladys would be like. " 3 t | تا مج‎ AT ` ۱ avenues اک‎ " E پء.ء.‎ | | D - $ a می‎ e‏ ٹا e? T dee — Le تا‎ Mem T um Th ZA J. A wg میں‎ - Sa d ech P e قهھ‎ Cast of 38 presents comedy-fantasy, ‘Beggar on Horseback’ “Beggar on Horseback,’ a comedy- fantasy, was presented April 22, 23, and 24 asthe Senior Class play. Phil Baumann assisted Mr. Hansen and Mr. Gilbertson in directing the production. Pete Barcus headed the cast of 38, por- traying Neil McRae, a young man who can't decide whether to marry for money or for love. Much of the play involved a mob-scene dream sequence in which Neil foresaw the nightmare future if he mar- ried for money rather than love. Crewheads were held by Claudia Rush- ing, scenery; Judy Schaefer and Chickie Sibley, costumes; Ed Seifert, sound; Mar- garet Elbert and Brenna Peglar, props; Toni Brown, makeup; Chip Anderson and Chris Gammack, lights, and Nancy Picht, p ublicity. In all, 56 students worked on various crews and special effects. Dr. Albert Rice Cynthia Mason Neil McRae Others in cast: Neil kills Gladys during his nightmare vision of the future, while Homer Bill Wagner. and Mrs. Cady look on, apparently unconcerned. Scott McCoy Ellen Herrnstadt Pete Barcus Marv Fisher Vickie Van Voorhis sarah Grant Larry Paulsen Jim Ulmer Marlene Bleeker, Kathy Boon, Carol Bowen, Toni Brown, Sheron Buchele, Karen Burke, Dennis Cafferty, Jackie Claus, Meg Dobson, Mary Donhowe, Margaret Elbert, Kristi Fritsch, Cla- re tta Gurganus, Kathy Hoff, Chris Kiser, Diane Kolmer, DeAne Lager- quist, Patty Lariviere, Mary Lesan, Genene McNabb, Jim Packer, Grant Phipps, Bill Rasmussen, Kathi Reed, Emily Rosewell, Claudia Rushing, Val Sather, Jeff Schwartz, Jim Ulmer, ر۵ Brad Hvistendahl writes original play; ‘Anastasia’ presented For the first time in recorded Ames High history, one of the senior one-acts was an original student play directed by its author, Brad Hvistendahl. The other was the recognition scene from " Anastasia, " directed by Meg Dobson. Described as a " non-play, " Brad's produc- tion, " Scribbled Words on a Bare Wall, " involved Robin Switzer as " the incredible hulk, " a hippie sparechanging on the sidewalk in front of the bare wall. Much of the time " the oswald, " played by Mike Metzler, sits with him, mute and un- responsive, costumed like a puppet. The hippie talks to everyone who strolls ugh;a middle-class lady (Genene Mc- b), an executive (Eric Abbott), a house- iter (Jon Michael), and a policeman, God, and an orchestra conductor, all played by Dennis Cafferty. But no one answers in terms that make any sense. No one has any existence out- side the play, the dialogue makes clear. The hippie pleads with " the oswald” and the audience to talk to him; there is no re- sponse. He goes backstage and returns to report that “there are absolutely no stage directions or lines for characters after they leave a scene.” Furthermore, the characters are stock types beneath whose facades lies nothing’, a point emphasized by clown makeup and actions such as the middle-class ladys bumming money from the hippie. What action there is appears aimless, a series of walkons and slapstick bits. The play comes to just as inconclusive an end. An actor strolls through, carrying a sign reading " Act IIL " The audience is left sitting in the dark waiting — until finally they realize that the play is over. The scene from " Anastasia " showed the encounter between Anastasia (Kathy Boon) and the Dowager Empress (Chris Kiser)in which Anastasia convinces the widowed queen that she really is the sole survivor of the massacre of the Russian royal family. Kathy Abraham was nar- rator. 88 Clown makeup like Jon Michael's underlined roles' unreality. Backed into a corner, the author refuses to discuss his play. ںا‎ ur - md v » ww -f SÉ e o n d ee AS e lu e ۰ ta سو‎ ` l سے ‎ — - cod SÉ? í سے‎ - : - 4 - اهس Convinced at last that Anastasia really is her granddaughter who has miraculously escaped death, the Dowager Empress promises to return. ee T سے ںی‎ a LIPPE. ee S fa. is ار نے یی یس‎ Sek A - d » ایت‎ ' Y » ` ` a نی ہہ : 7 u " e ۴ - 1 ` e i» 4 — 1 5 POETENE RT " EN bor b JA وت‎ Illahee Seco irc n M ¥ A d LN e 7 , E d - : " 2 1 . s e = 4 " s T d KS : . DP " n V P. €x Ex R Ee e t Ka e 7 i Ge d a t Y e a " 2 0 3 T =f P” ` : 5 T p H e e , 4 HN area? او‎ ep " 7 o ا‎ ee CNA KR ee, eee A E -4 Eaa Ce We TAN. 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Direct involvement of the spectators was frequent in the play. exclaims the conductor of the audience. " Why don't you people ever answer? " the hippie " All of the audience is as much the play as you... Eric Abbott leaves the stage to shake hands with spectators " They're as trapped as you or , sch Wi AJ 38ک‎ P a Í -mme ame س‎ m سیر سے‎ -——— - ٠ © سوہ تھے ۔‎ ee eee e ën SP Ove e. -am = - e - E ۰ e a odis -— ے‎ P - 5 - Plo m و‎ mm - - J— - » qaa — ax ——— e 9 —-— LA. wm gg I má ے‎ - map : — VR ہر ےہ‎ c وک‎ ‘Love American Style’ theme of | | — — annual water show “Love American Style” was the theme of the fifth annual water show. The swim- mers and dancers did the choreography with the help of Mrs. Jacobson, Syncro- nette sponsor. Tumbling was included. Dressed as clowns, Jo Israel, Sandy Hoffman, Beth Stone, and Marla Stritzel displayed many of their skills. Approximately 75 swimmers and dancers were involved in 18 numbers of the swim show. A duet was presented by Leslie | Wiant and Steve Jenison, who swam to " Love Story. " Mrs. Jacobson was assisted by Miss Carl- son and Mrs. Switzer. Master of cere- monies was Mr. Hiedeman. Officers of Synchronettes were Leslie Wiant, presi- dent, and Candace Charity, vice-presi- GORDIE MEYER Flopping limberly into their final pose, four Ames High gymnasts complete their Dipping sadly, Alice Beer and Josie clown routine for the Sychronette water show held annually in the AHS pool. Timmons perform the Clown Dance. f£ ss In diamond formation, the Ames High E Synchronettes perform to their number, s باغ‎ | " Late, Late Show. " 0X ; ا‎ SN At the closing of " Love American Style, " the Synchronettes and dancers present themselves before the pleased audience. Led مہے‎ | d Va M GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER WELLHOUSE STUDIO SYNCHRONETTES AND " SYNCHRON' " ' —Front, Cheryl Bergeson, Debbie Mahlstede, Peg Mickle, Leslie Wiant, Candace Charity; second, Carol Chantland, Lynd! Eberhart, Elaine Luckett, Maurine MacBride, Tia Slater, Cindy Larson, Linda Stewart; third, Debbie Martin, Debbie Routh, Sue Geist, Barb Kern, Steve Jenison, Kathy Geist, Barb Dunlap, Sally Schol- ten; fourth, Cheryl Ring, Sue Warman, Judi Jacobson, Jane Scott, Carolyn Curry, Janet Seim, Lisa Zaffarano, Debbie Rohrbaugh; back, Mary Everson, Liz Pier, Cindy Johnson, Laurel MacBride, Sharon Holmes, Patty Hadaway, Kathy Zack, Cheryl Tweed, Cindy Tschetter. 91 Chevy Demirel represented Ames High for one full year as student body president Tammy Sondrol runs out of the assembly in embarrassment. b. a ANDY RIGGS TODO MILLER gz = " m‏ سد aum. E‏ ۱ : سے شر مم ہے — — tek bh‏ ہر 7- e viel A‏ ج cmm cnm LE‏ ےچ ے ہے سے OPI WD rj " ‏ سپ SEO EE dm Set‏ E $ (ww, ` e? ۳۹ «‏ ai GK . ` - ‏ ہے - f 0 ov e‏ " y d d 4 Ae MJ DES p» a,‏ 5 ۲ P ۰ ۲ + e - ` I `‏ ege: nmm " 70+71 ] 0, T E ff ate CPP ‏ ng £06. WË hor. e Y " 1 Ge, ii ۰ Ka 4 ty Sa LÀ ' ote Em " o A - =‏ | جمچ r=‏ een Cage MN ee ee n‏ ما جا E‏ رت ای سے وپ D rs oe ےو نے‎ eer OO , Ju» Le - " " SE " mm " ۳ وس ری‎ A تیج‎ — ۶ rx نس امت تع‎ TESTS SENS zc 2 a Emer جس مھ‎ 23 . = - - vtt amit m gomma, ? - dt i S j ۴ P ‘ اسم‎ " Rr. 2d - P s peg RPT eS on amer mpm mm tO " Mes- E Pas ` ا ء‎ : " Ee سر ہا‎ e Bea? : Md e - Dy » B ۹ T - R H B Jee? ہ٦‎ 0 —— چو جو‎ e, EVET 4 - EE C PAL 0 s u . " a. ٠ ا‎ MOES ino” s EE me ET e - 4 - - ey m Wi qma e yn RO IP‏ — ےا سے سے um S ۱ 4 ———————————— nnn D D — ne. In o n n gp 8 att gm c v oA CRETE mem 8 - d ہم‎ P 7 " 7 7 p re AN ۱ Em 8 ke KE " oo 7 ا الا‎ qe t. H z GORDON MEYER Wendy Myers and Dick Davidson spoke for the winning write-in campaign, since Nate McCay was out of town. 92 A oer WARE EUER TE CU TOM PANTENBURG C " T Ga ze i rein کر ہے یپ می عو ےہ‎ DDC ER ETC 7 i ۳٠٠ rP i IND کد‎ DN KE: VN ZE x 5 ex mei ENNE ee ` tes Ses T an? 0 d oe x AM m ای‎ 4 A سم یگ‎ M X y a set ` h . " MANT M 4 1 " o, Ce Ow Lt a ee NM ën ch e Ka EN S نہ‎ 5 ` Ze 8 = eS " A » e n aam o CN bh: V وی‎ Kal: Ae E EE NOES BO‏ یس ا ا e Ne E ہو۲‎ Ki sek v i A = - = Fha - ue M. per T SATS a " ! . 1 ee ex? و‎ Fr Ka 5 . NK va SP EA Ae Nos El vs m.s wa Ga B A. : A’ - sa و‎ a ۲ {$ ck n Le BE repre pedis ae ite . me dh Hs mi : = E ET D vate geg 4 CMa 4 - = ۶ Es ef Eat c 8 E, P Soe’ A 6 Jf gem SN کاراب یا - A balloon and Eric Abbott make an unusual speech. AM TALES, TOP — Don and Rick put up posters supporting their cause. Traditions shatter; Chevy re-elected; Nate writes in Traditions shattered right and left in the January race for second-semester student body president. Many firsts lent a differ- ent atmosphere to the election. Seven slates of candidates ran for office. First -semester president Chevy Demirel ran for re-election and two juniors teamed up to enter the contest. One team ran a comical campaign while another refused to participate in the aggressive gather- ing of votes. The usual questions posed to the candidates at the assembly were omitted. Students were treated to a barrage of plat- forms from teams Chevy Demirel and Phil Hartman, Don Scandrett and Rick Tor- kildson, Pete Buck and Scott Corbett, Phil Baumann and Janice Snyder, Milt Panos and Ken Hogan, Dave Hauser and Barb Seiser, and juniors Eric Abbott and Don Clark. Most platforms contained some forms of open campus, lounge development, better dances and exchanges and provisions for hearing student grievances. A primary election resulted in a run-off between Chevy and Phil, Pete and Scott, and Dave and Barb. Homeroom voting determined the final winner to be Chevy, with Phil as his new vice-president. The spring election had less action since there were only three sets of candidates running for office. The contest had a first, though; à write-in was organized for Nate McCay and Wendy Myers after they had second thoughts about running. Gary Grindelind and Tammy Sondrol, Larry Katz and Nic Classick also ran but were defeated. The theme of Nate and Wendy'scampaign was write-in, right on, which proved to be right on with a win by a large majority of votes for the pair. 93 Es Ki vi P 4 wf AE ا‎ EECH a E Wo WEN A. CO ج‎ ET " té ` کا کیہ‎ SCH s کس‎ a More dances, fund drives mark Chevy's reign For the first time in Ames High history, one Student Council president served the entire year. Under Chevy Demirel, the council sponsored more dances, spon- sored the biggest welfare drive ever and was instrumental in instituting a trial Open campus. Chevy's promises for more dances became a reality. The students were enthusiastic and earned $1310 for the council. A rec- ord crowd of 660 people attended the White Lightning dance. Another all-year project was Open Cam- pus. A committee headed by John Ulmer and Suzi Schlunz and sponsored by Mrs. Mollett and Mr. White investigated other schools' open campus policies and polled the city of Ames. From this they formu- lated a proposed Open Campus at Ames High, and revised it with the administra- tion. Open Campus was tried by the sen- iors for the last four weeks of the year. In the wake of the Pakistan emergency the Student Council held a clothing and money drive in Ames. The result was more than 5000 pounds of clothing and a $978 check to the Red Cross. A welfare drive for Loja, our sister city in Ecuador, was held. The goal: $4000 for a printing press for Loja. Four hun- dred dollars was contributed to Mid- Iowa Community action, also. To help standardize rules and punish- ments, the council formed a rules com- mittee. The student council also sponsored two exchanges—one to South Hamilton anda visitation to Shawnee Mission in Kansas. 94 Obeying the rules of parliamentary procedure, Student Council represen- TODD MILLER Ed Seifert, Mrs. Brown, Miss Wilson, Mr. Impecoven and Mrs. Bauske discuss standardization of Ames High rules at one of frequent meetings. tatives raise their hands to address Chairman Chevy Demirel. Standing to be heard, Carl Schaller brings his ideas into discussion during a Student Council meeting. i ` ai h ej h TOM BLISS 1 : TOM BLISS p. h GORDIE MEYER SN GORDIE MEYER Student Council treasurer Chuck Walter cracks a smile as Changes in the constitution call fora student body assembly. he realizes there will be a profit to record in the books. Chevy and Phil answer numerous questions from students. ۴ == MO = d . wn = s e - یی‎ " USA. — سی ی م‎ ee m a t. — " mm. mm -= e — sn, ———— -— ے‎ pA a amo t ھی ——Á---——— k=‏ ا c ————— i'i س‎ uH س‎ © | | Taking time out from the Walk for Development, six Ames High students take a well-earned drink. | Tie | ۱ | | ۱ i ` ! ANDY RIGGS 2 GORDIE MEYER ٢ Chevy Demirel proudly displays a few of the 5000 pounds of Ames High students Linda Dougal, Mary Catus, and Marion clothing collected in the clothing drive for Pakistan. Morton bundle up to collect for the Pakistan relief fund. — FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL — Front, Barb Eldridge, sec., Chuck Walter, treas., Dan Busch, v-pres., Chevy Demirel, pres., Tom Schattauer, parliamentarian; second, Mr. Ripp, Mary Healy, Missy Hartman, Maria Kemeny, Jo Ann Shaughnessy, Cindy Sharp, Vicki Stevenson, Kim Wass, Brenna Peglar, Mr. Ritland; third, Tammy Sondrol, Janice Gauger, Janet Seim, Jean Svec, Cindy Tschetter, Nancy Ingvoldstad, Joyce Hiserote, Jane Duncan, Suzi Schlunz, SECOND SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL- Front, Mr. Ritland, Chuck Walter, treas., Chevy Demirel, pres., Phil Hartman, v-pres., Barb Eldridge, sec.; second, Jane Duncan, Joyce Hiserote, Vicki Steven- son, Sara McCormack, Anne O'Laughlin, Elsie Hoff, Cindy Sharp; third, Judy Schaefer, Tricia Savage, Randy Simons, Paul Sanders, Cindy Tschetter, Janet Seim, JoAnn Shaughnessy; fourth, Nancy i " Da ium P Y O 4 X Um Lr Write Judy Schaefer; fourth, Jo Enquist, Paul Sanders, John Zmolek, Randy Wedin, Eric Ledet, Rich Brown, Allan Warren, Craig Kitzman, Kevin Hanway; fifth, John Ulmer, Randy Simons, Ray Thomson, Sandy Albertson, Cindy Johnson, Jim Grant, Scott Corbett, Ken Hogan, Carl Schaller; sixth, Gary McConnell, Bryan Stucky, King Block, Nic Classick, Steve Burgason, Pete Voss, Ken Burkhart, Steve Jenison, Dean Kuhn. WELLHOUSE STUDIO mg a ENT ee Gan, ے‎ ae " ES. d € A H er e ee toe ee a a » کا‎ 0 0 = Thai | | - 4 WELLHOUSE STUDIO Ingvoldstad, Carl Schaller, Pete Buck, Nate McCay, Todd Miller, Paul Schattauer; fifth, Jo Enquist, Pete Voss, Scott Corbett, Jeff Love, David Hauser, Sandra Albertson, Randy Wedin; sixth, Ken Hogan, Gary McConnell, Gordon Meyer, Ken Burkhart, Steve Jenison, Allan Warren, Terry Carroll, Larry Katz. 97 VER A - z D - D Cay TE EO AO O d ` " RE mmm. ëm 1 cat mc Mt a geb ہوتے ون‎ eg سی‎ or ےہ مس جج‎ Da Ss — a | ایب‎ SS تچ متا‎ — = = mis ZS Gm = » — n ! Smash,crash,car BASH! The hood ornament flies as Carl Schaller | strikes a mighty blow to the Key ] Club auto. Ken Hogan stands d enthralled in the background. KEY CLUB —Front, Dennis Hoover, Chuck Walter, Rick Reger, Bob Kraft; second, Mr. Fleming, Richard Morrison, Dick Swenson, David Hoover, Scott Nichole, Bill Berger. | سہیے- EAD Vie Sé t TN 1 ¢ € ` JOHN TYSSELING TOM BLISS Audio-visual assistant Al Wenger inspects Drug Committee: arguing, questioning, discussing, ignoring, reacting... a GE DKM 250۷۷ 21 5۷ before inserting it. Here, Dr. Farrar joins Nolan Compton and Paul Swenson...listening. ——À———— ete ee ے۔‎ 98 LARRY KATZ Service groups tackle problems, assist staff Building leadership and serving school and community were main objectives of Key Club, high school division of Ki- wanis. Mr. Fleming’ was the new sponsor and Dennis Hoover was the club pres- ident. With the expanded IMC facilities, the need for student help with audio-visual equip- ment increased. Under the supervision of Mr. MacBride, the audio-visual aides helped maintain the machines which they delivered to classrooms. Firesquad was renamed and reorganized as the Student Service Committee. The group was expanded to include girls and was under the sponsorship of Mr. Ritland. The Health and Drug Committee changed its emphasis from student-oriented pro- grams to student faculty forums. With Mrs. Tiffany, school nurse, as sponsor, the committee provided information on the drug scene. WELLHOUSE STUDIO STUDENT SERVICE COMMITTEE — Front, Debbie Christianson, secretary; Bob Castner, fire chief; Paul Swenson, tornado chief; Mr. Ritland; second, Tom Bliss, Tammy Sondrol, Beth Askelson, Sandra Albertson; third, Paul Montag, Dave Davies, Greg Highland, Mike McFarlin, David Hildebrand. 99 o S ven 22 ee d d dk ٦ f —— 3 -= ہے —— س‎ e «dn a —— -- ا‎ “T MODEL UN — Front, Sheron Buchele, Ann Seidel, Sponsor Marvin Scott; second, Joan Kempthorne, | Janice Snyder, Genene McNabb, Lydia Penagides; third, Henry Arppe, Steve Janssen, Bruce | Edwards, Tim Hardy, Ken Simmons. » Aa " steif pk Ai itt s m ee ow NT Ze, af eg ans - —————— D onc a. ۳ دن‎ T m WT onus L mmm. RE p - " You want a cookie? " John Ulmer often uses this technique to coax Kathy Abraham into more work. | 100 Ge -— s د‎ pe ا‎ D a " Ad Lë " e ec. ` LSA EL PAP Ls تحت‎ EU VAJ 2 ت7ت‎ CA, v GI (4 83417 V Neatness and organization are vital qualities for good debaters as Ken Simmons and Tim Hardy show. ۵ - - ہیں Winning season for debaters; UN passes ecology Dill ) pie “Resolved: That the federal government Should establish, finance and administer programs to control air and or water pollution inthe U.S.” This was the resolu- tion that the fifteen Ames High Debaters researched and debated this year. 35i Coach-Sponsor Marvin Scott feels that these debaters combined to make the " best debate team Ames High has had for at least five years. " He based his state- ment on the record the team had made in a season of about fourteen meets. They were the first team in at least five years to compete in both state meets. At the Speech Association State Tourna- ment, the Ames debaters finished in the top five, and also earned a Division 1 rat- ing. They won second places in the Ames Invitational, the Anita Invitational, and the Forensic League District meets. The team was third in the Mohawk Invita- tional. The B novice team captured first place in the Anita Novice Tournament. Ames' Model UN became the Finnish and Bulgarian delegations. Head delegates were Craig Stafford, Finland, and Ann Seidel, Bulgaria. A workshop in the fall was attended by approximately 100 stu- dents from eight schools. Model UN met again in late April in Cedar Falls. At this meeting the UN discussed the admis- sion of China to the UN, Indo-China, the Middle East, the peace-keeping machine- ry, Palestinian refugees, world ecology and other UN concerns. The world ecol- ogy bill was presented by the Finish dele- gation, which had first-hand help from Henry Arppe, Finnish YFU exchange student. The prop osal passed. N pn è- | a e ۱ H Ei ae نع وچ‎ نے Ames’ varsity debaters are Ken Simmons, Kathy Abraham, Kai Marten, Tim Hardy, and Coach Marvin Scott. Not pictured: John Ulmer. 101 3 = ` 4 i F F = ۲۸۹ - H Li (0 Um — ہے۔‎ P WEE I meni as ss کسے‎ o ee emeng kä » = ا‎ «. — — SU — cca Atm mm em | Interested Arne Skarshaug looks on as Beth Boylan helps Mrs. | Farrar with her toga at the Latin Club banquet. Language clubs keep | busy with many celebrations, projects Pinatas, valentines, sledding’ and feasts were all part of the year for Ames High's language clubs. All the clubs were busy with not only fun projects but also ser- vice projects. French Club, under the leadership of President Steve Jenison and guidance of Sponsor Robert Ammann, set a goal for | itself of sending several students to ? ON | France for the summer. The club showed | the film “The Umbrellas of Cherbourg,” SS e | had many bakesales, a carwash, and a | pienic. Its biggest undertaking, though, was taking orders for, naking, and de- livering hundreds of valentines bearing the sender's personal message. The club's vice-president was Jan Brugger and MRS. WARD Brenna Peglar was the secretary-trea- DRE E e ۱ GORDIE MEYER surer. ee P OE -— wy e Three parties highlighted the German Club's year. In the fall the club had a bowling party. In the winter they cele- brated with pizza, and then went sled- ding. This spring a picnic was held. Mr. Wilbur Buss was sponsor; Gordon Meyer, president, and Cyndy Newton, vice-pres- ident. A fiesta —complete with ما ص1 م‎ -- brought out the Spanish club this year. Other ac- tivities of the group were several visits to Taco Time and a spring picnic. As a ser- vice project the club gave YFU exchange student Alain Moreau $100 to pay for a trip to Mexico this summer. A Roman banquet for all Latin students, former Latin students, and other distin- guished guests from the faculty and ad- ministration was the big project for Latin Club. When the togas and tunics were all adjusted, the Romans sat down to a feast of authentic Roman delicacies, and later sang Latin songs and saw Arne Skar- shaug's slides of Rome. " Its the black one with three holes in it. " Sue Scott comes to the rescue in the search for the right ball. 102 Eleven French Cupids work busily to make the hundreds of valentines ordered by AmesHigh Students. CRUNCH goes the pinata as the Spanish club waits expectantly for the goodies inside to be revealed. ) wy مت‎ d P el, ZEN جس‎ c ANDY RIGGS 103 en P E سا‎ ‘ of dim VS سس ممسسے۔ ہی ےے۔۔۔ لے NEM‏ 282 تہ " da. 1 e mm SPIRIT switches to fall publication; | more pages, color Fall publication, allowing full coverage of the school year, and more pages than ever before highlighted the 1971 SPIRIT. The book came out in August and covered everything from sophomore orientation to senior graduation. It also used more F color pictures than in previous years. The press run was 1050 books. The Octo- ber sales campaign featured daily sound system broadcasts of the misadventures of Super Spirit, alias Sark Krint, mild- | mannered yearbook editor who could convert to a super hero and put out a super Spirit if only he could find his magic cape which he left in an enchanted | phone booth. Scott Kreamer was editor-in-chief and Rick Reger associate editor and sports editor. Mary Macheak was business man- ager, Beth Askelson ads editor, Jane Lundvall photo editor and Dave Schulze head photographer. Brad Hvistendahl wrote creative copy and juniors Christie Dailey, Mark Fisher, and Gordon Meyer served as section editors. t WELLHOUSE STUDIO SPIRIT STAFF—Front, Beth Askelson, Pete Buck, Mary Macheak, Jane Lundvall, Scott Kreamer, Rick Reger; | second, Andy Riggs, Todd Miller, Jean Svec, Nancy Jellinger, Linda Crom, Peggy Barr; third, Larry Katz, Brian | Stafford, Karen Wass, Mark Fisher, Mary Serovy; back, Tom Bliss, Anne Ewing, Andy Ward, Gordie Meyer, Christie Dailey; not pictured, Joan Carter, Susi Schlunz, Dave Schulze. 104 Supah Spiwit strikes again! Tom Bliss, Mary Serovy, Gordie Meyer, Scott Kreamer, Mark Fisher, replay tape. " Will the real Spirit Sweetheart please stand?” Jane Lundvall crowns a surprised Rick Reger. Ké M JS A ad‏ دم ری IE Nd. ۳۸۱۹40۸3‏ T A‏ ۱ر A S LEN fos‏ que! +:0822:672 ANDY WARD a TODD MILLER " Why always me? " Mrs. Ward, sponsor, seems to ask as Andy Riggs indulges in typical staff antics. LARRY KATZ “Oh, no! The third time was supposed to be a charm! " Rick Reger laments another darkroom catastrophe as Dave Schulze laughs. 105 MEET Concerns, interests expressed through various clubs Through various new and reorganized clubs, students had the opportunity to express their interests and concerns. Comparative studies of world beliefs and religions marked Theology Club' first year. Mr. White sponsored the organiza- tion, which featured speakers and discussions. The Ames High drama honor society got a new name and revised point system. Thespians, formerly Palm Club, was sponsored by Mr. Hansen and Tom Hotchkiss was president. The Environmental Action Committee supported different projects to promote the growing interests in ecology prob- lems. A paper drive, letter-writing cam- paigns, and a proposed course on the environment were accomplishments of the group. THESPIANS—Front, Ann Budolfson, Inga Wallize, Janice Snyder, Sharon Buchele, Chris Kiser; second, Kris Moorman, Susi Schlunz, Toni Brown, Claudia Rushing, Genene McNabb, Meg Dobson; back, Phil Baumann, Bill Rasmussen, Brad Hvistendahl, Tom Hotchkiss, Carol Bowen. E e af 1 p Em Tee M———À ` SÉ, rm سے‎ (Ae ' s m LOW Tm : = a MVP rn " i erg —Ü: " ——Ó— e ——— A m " CC ge " 4 01 ء۱ Ae SC RE m! A ہے‎ Ty SS سے‎ JA OP i قزر TOM BLISS Paper, paper everywhere! Ecology-minded students bundle piles of the stuff, collected by homerooms, to be recycled. DAVE FITZ LARRY KATZ Beliefs and practices of Hinduism are presented to the | l 2-85 Theology Club by Professor Ramarrishna Vaitheswaran. | Co-chairmen of the Environmental Action Committee, Jane Graca and Pat Morehead get a laugh and a stare during discussion. 107 1 A i Vo یہ ہق‎ (E کل‎ J io 5 WS N- " i -— Tim aa —- à -— Ls P T " وج‎ d 8 = — n = = KL et geg کر‎ Zem Kap (F Ka ‘lak. GÄER - e : — 7 OE CLUB — Front, Karyl Boyd, Lee Sweitzer, Kathy Cross, Debbie Michaud, Mrs. Wilcox; Back, Su Tempel, Lisa Lowman, Linda Canon, Leanne Garland, Jo Enquist. NE. w aA WELLHOUSE STUDIO سے مم ہے س o -- - y‏ 4 — - م مد — .ا‎ oc p m سے - ہے‎ EE مم‎ aeq D eege eege WELLHOUSE STUDIO VICA CLUB — Front, Wayne Purvis, Dave McKern, Gary Seidelmann, Barry Gerdes, Mark Gallihan, Mr. Foss; second, Dennis Claude, Rod Bogenrief, Mark Wheeler, Roger Elliot, Mike Mitchell; third, Rich Brown, Ted Birdseye, Jeff Netcott, Duane Snyder, Al Sandvick; fourth, Dennis Christianson, Dennis Jordan, Doyle Buttz, Bob Castner, Greg Highland, Chris Paulson, Charlie Friederich, Bill Opheim. 108 NIB 3 Voc Ed Students open bookstore, take field trips One of the most ambitious projects under- taken by aclub this year was the new stu- dent bookstore opened by DECA. Located beside the stairs to the cafeteria, it sold paperback books ordered for classes and other school supplies. DECA, comprised of students in Distribu- tive Education, was one of three clubs re- lated to vocational education. The others were VICA, for students in the Trades and Industries program, and OE, for Office Education. VICA members traveled to the State Leg- islature, the Ames Water Works, C. Y. Stephens Auditorium, and the Hilton Coliseum. They also went on an over- night trip to Kansas City. OE attended the state OE conference. Sharon Anderson helps Tammy Sondrol and Debbie Christianson with school supplies at the book store. GORDIE MEYER WELLHOUSE STUDIO DECA CLUB — Front, Teri Hale, Cindy Wierson, Barb Hoff, Randy Eckard, Tom Finnegan, Lowell Strike, Marilee Mather; second, Mar- garet Meador, Sydney Erickson, Linda Hedberg, Beth Linder, Marilyn Gibbs, Sharon Anderson, Wendi Crawford, Dianne Koupal; third, Cathy Truhe, Rick Swank, Bill Friedrick, Bob Carlson, Mary Barrow, Theresa Cook, Monica Rolling; fourth, Nancy Thiel, Steve Williams, Scott Woldruff, Ron Bowman, Todd Boden, Joel Sand, Barb Anderson. 109 M ZP لھا‎ | Ol Dressed in orange and black, the Pep Club girls spur on the team with their enthusiastic cheering at games and events. Painting signs for games is just one way in which Janet Ness earns Pep Club points. GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER Debbie Lenning and Wendy Myers exchange yearbook pictures of underclassmen sold by Pep Club. 110 p. 8 ' ۱ ور‎ Sam A DAVE SCHULZE Performing one of her Pep Club duties at the coat check, Barb Seiser helps hang up coats during one of the basketbal games. Pep Club adds membership dues, free emblems Pep Club changed its rules this year, re- quiring membership dues and a certain number of points to remain in the club. Points could be earned by attending ath- letic events, painting signs, helping at the coat check, and wearing the Pep Club uniforms. The dues, which helped pay for bus transportation and for the letters and emblems, were $1 per semester. There were 320 girls in Pep Club last year, down from previous years. The giris also raised money through bake sales and sale of Spirit picture packets in homerooms. Officers were Marilyn Gibbs, president; Cathy Zack, vice-president; Barb Seiser, secretary; and Inga Wallize, treasurer. Pep Club was sponsored by Mrs. Vance, Mrs. Weaver, and Mrs. Garrett. TODD MILLER ۱ WELLHOUSE STUDIO PEP CLUB REPRESENTATIVES — Front, Mrs. Weaver, Inga Wallize, treas., Marilyn Gibbs, pres., Cathy Zack, v.-pres., Mrs. Vance, second, Paula Grucza, Leslie Wiant, Lyn Bruin, Mary Everson, Kris Moorman, Mary Stoops, third, Cathy Buck, Sally Scholten, Carol Patterson, Marty Pace, Linda Davidson, Jennifer Hensley, Ann Grindeland, Deb Mahlstede, Theresa Finnegan, fourth, Jean Gauger, Debbie Lenning, Sue Milliken, Jeni Herrick, Karen Wass, Laurie Lucht, Teresa Fryar, Maureen Ball, fifth, Nancy Jellinger, Gayle Thompson, Rosemarie Orton, Linda Eakins, Val Blewett, Mary Calhoun, Lynne Brady, Deby Martin. (Not pictured: Barb Seiser, sec.) 111 ay . RP —— =‏ کس h Cheersquad ends 2-squad system; sophs add uniforms An absence of the usual two-squad system and an addition of a closed first semester physical education class for cheerlead- ing techniques made this year's varsity Cheersquad different from any other. mem There were no alternates; each girl was | selected to serve asa regular. The preced- | ing spring teachers had narrowed the f field of girls trying out to thirty, from which the student body chose eighteen. With the eighteen members of the squad functioning as a whole, each individual cheered at equal number of events. After ten years of use, the old uniforms of sophomore cheerleaders were replaced by new black and orange sweaters and black pleated skirts. VARSITY SQUAD — Front, Laurann McGilliard, Cindy Hall, Leisa Doran, Mary Healy, Theresa Finnegan, Peg Mickle; second, Carol Healey, Jan Burchinal, Barb Eldridge, Jo Israel, Julie Kinseth, Anne O'Laughlin; back, Lori Randol, Marla Stritzel, Debbie Carlson, Chris Anderson, Beth SOPHOMORE SQUAD—Ann Grindeland, Sheri Byriel, Mary Anne Mudd. Kathy Carter, Linda Allison, Janet Seim, Maria Kemeny, Jeni Herrick. —— © - — [-A—— c a کے ہے س‎ MÀ — ep. mg, — — | | ۱ سے - 1 ,رر‎ e uu " « - ¥ E ER E: - el GORDIE MEYER Fm GORDIE MEYER Moody, Debbie Harris. Silhouetted against an autumn sky, AHS cheerlead= ers pour out the spirit for another Cyclone victory. TODD MILLER MARY SEROVY LARRY KATZ Assured of a victory for the sophomore basketball team, Maria " F-I-G-H-T... " Varsity cheerleaders spell out the message Kemeny, Janet Seim, and Jeni Herrick lead the cheers. at a pep assembly before the game with Mason City. — - x m مسوسھصجووسىہجوسججحجججحج--۔۔۔تھھگ.۔-س.سس ت‎ New drill team formed; A-Club sponsors dance Anew girls’ activity, drillteam, was added to extracurricular activities this year. Coached by Mrs. Switzer, the girls per- formed during’ home basketball games and traveled to Newton. The girls wore bright orange panne vel- vet and white satin dresses, white vinyl boots, and held orange and white pom- pons as they marched. The highlight for the Cyclonettes was performing in the 1971 Veishea parade. A-Club sponsored the sale of football programs and orange and black berets for the state basketball tournament, and held Twirp week at the end of April. T'wirp week was brought to an end by the kan- garoo court at the Twirp dance. LARRY KATZ Working hard for A-Club are Jeff Herrick, vice-president; Scott Kreamer, president; and Lance McGilliard, sec.-treas. سے ے ——- —— DAVE SCHULZE Stepping high to the music, Pam Moldenhauer leads the drill team in one of its many complicated maneuvers. Du teg EECH E CHE ELM رپہے‎ Just for kicks the AHS Cyclonettes perform at halftime at an AHS basketball game. DRILL TEAM —Front, Roberta Moldenhauer, Pam Moldenhauer, co-captain, LuAnn Hansen, Debbie Rohrbough, Nanci Gutmann, Mary Claire Denison, Charla Thies; second, Candice Charity, Starla Jarrell, Teri Emdia, Becky Tesdall, Melanie Tost- lebe, Kathy Holthaus, Nanci Jellinger; back, LuAnn Brentnall, Cynde Siedelmann, Jennifer Hensley, Pat Hadaway, Lisa Zaffarano, Barb Brown, Mary Peterson, co- captain. WELLHOUSE STUDIO WELLHOUSE STUDIO A-CLUB —Front, Paul Sanders, Tim Soden, Todd Miller, Scott Kreamer, Jeff Herrick, Lance McGilliard, Lowell Strike; second, Bill Kunerth, Don Scandrett, Tom Finnegan, Bruce Buck, Jim Burns, Carl Schaller, Alain Moreau, Doug Pyle; third, Paul Swenson, Brian Stafford, Chuck Walter, Pete Buck, Jim Dickson, Al Vandeventer, Rick Bowlds, Ken Hogan;fourth, Dennis Johnson, Jim Scholten, Jeff McRoberts, Al Warren, Tom Lockhart, Greg Weisshaar, Steve Herrnstadt, Dave Davies; back, Kyle Williams, Gary McConnell, Bob Crawford, Larry Loots, Bruce Carlson, Tom Bliss, Jon Tysselling, Mr. Zediker. 115 SEA A P A mp: ae, ctt Bs ee Rr c m Sports The,Little Cyclones... striving for victory... the-conference crown, the state championship... as a team... as individuals... For some, it became reality; ASAT ewe Locos vec for others, it remained a dream... Defeat seemed common and easy, victory came seldom. and hard... Yet for every athlete, there was blood, sweat, and sometimes tears. Section staff Rick Reger, editor Larry Katz Gordie Meyer Mary Serovy Brian Stafford On his way to victory in the-220-yard dash,. Gary McConnell races out of the back stretch in the: Hi Covey track meet. | Division page copy by Scott Kreamer and Rick. Reger. - -- BI سیل بے ےت کت‎ MM M M —— € M — 1 d ١ ` The Little Cyclone Sports scoreboard; 1970-71 season FOOTBALL (5-4) AImes-....- m9 dO " Etgen 12 Ames...... 0 28 Marshalltown.............. 8 AUIPS...... 242 347160000100000 سس 00ا‎ eee 12 ۵۲۱68۴۸ .......-. 4TBNGWHtOMN ... Wl دی وو او ہے‎ 14 AMES ......... )0 Gedar ا ...5ا۴۱‎ Tn 10 Ames. eas. «ac 22 Waterloo East............. 38 Ames... ..... 28 Waterloo West............ 42 Ames:.....-. de. 4۵۰۱۸22005 City... ase 21 Ames............ 12 Webster City............... 28 TRACK (7-0) State ITIdQOOT dw ہے ہے‎ AUNA Lui... RR 5th ESSgIeJArove,. A RE EE 1st EISEN `... 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Sa ھی دی چک ات‎ 26 IESSE SE 696 0 0 جک مکش یی ہی ہہ روا انا 0 نا‎ 26 Marshalltown: RBelays; مہ وا ا کا ا‎ ein ard Ames:Invitalionadl ud SEO EE 1st GonferenGes Meet ہیں‎ TESA EE 1st District See OEE CMM E RE 1st CROSS-COUNTRY Little Cyclone Mile Invitational .. ایی انانم‎ cence ene 2nd Hoover Invitational Mile Team... a سی‎ 4th Mike Augustine Invitational 2-mile........... RRS 3rd Bic Emhtonterense Meet es e e eer rere RG ist State AAA Two-mile Run........... BC, us s Ee et, 4th WRESTLING (5-7) Ne ےر اچچ یت‎ ss SS سو ات20‎ Ok ہے ہا ھا‎ EE ہے‎ 23 AmE S کو‎ uu. ee 34 Carroll Kuemper..................... 11 RE, `. LONE exer ort Dodge | iN... o SS 28 gic. RR e IDXNewtoHE. e. 0.0000007 14 AUIBSOW 2 مھ یں‎ ` zeg ThCGedar Fals... .. مو ٹاو ہی‎ eee 31 Am E — inn ws pgp ns oe vw 19725351 Waterloo ہے تی ہے‎ ..ھھ‎ ۵۹ EN A DAS EE 43۷۲۷6۹۲ ۷۷ ۹۲۲6۲٠۰ 0.۰ a AE 36 ہس اہ ہش . و‎ MR EE 32 Mason CHV. EE 11 Bmes:......88.............. 38 Petry SSS: Du SM 13 Ames- = nan Me و کت ہے ہے‎ 2iMBISHalllOWn:: EE 22 nl SSS eee Se 40 EIBIDHO جال‎ = BE, 8 es. یی ہے گی‎ E IquurDandale 2 s... eeu... 20 ۲۱۱ص5۵۳۸‎ Inyvitahnonal T mm ...... 1st Attest, 1st (tied) Sectional. ےمشچ ہہ اہ‎ EEN 1st ASME ee S دک ا ہا‎ E EEN 5th State Ee H 10th GIRLS GYMNASTICS (1-0) Sand Miews@olede Open ago, 8 Reine at 2nd HME, TT oi. o re ار‎ ۱ 1st - lal, ERAN EE A GE cc 1st BEENDEN ee SE E, 877ب‎ tied for 1st TENNIS (6-3) mess 4‏ ایی 3101010۷3۱٥۷‏ ۶۶م EOD 2‏ ...سس سی 5۲1807106 Ames ees‏ ATTORE evi. ODM Roosevelt ............. 9‏ H 0‏ 001 سس ATIS M GE BOONE...‏ ee EEE SIMI incoln......... M A 4‏ ےد wt ۸۳۱۱۲۷۷۲01096 ........ ۴ 2‏ ا AMAS 2 ee‏ Marshalltown.............. 1‏ 8 ا ا AMES gt,‏ AMES A ye Siéigdkiktech Gu... DR 0‏ Marshalltown.............. 1‏ 8 ا او AMES‏ Marshalltown Invitational — 3rd Conference Meet— 3rd GOLF (7-2) Ames ........ 163 Carroll Kuemper.......... 171 Ames... T59 BOONE Mey . NE 156 Ames... 158 Marshalltown............... 162 Ames... 149: D M Einecoln: S ux 159 Ames ........ 327 NewWIOn- et E 310 AMES... 162. Nevada... v. cc 166 Ames........ 309 Marshalltown............... 328 Ames ........ 305 BOOnG +9 310 Ames ........ 317 Nevadas (5:90... Bees 343 Sectional — 1st District — 2nd State Meet— 2nd 119 A wn MOAZ EE . — — LL a Gridders place fourth in Big 8; record 5-4 mark ۱ After nine weeks of tough competition | against other Iowa High School football teams, the Little Cyclone gridders emerged with a fourth place finish in the highly rated Big Eight Conference and a respectable overall 5-4 record. In the first game of the season the Ames | gridders proved they had the makings of a good football team as they easily de- feated Boone, 49-12. They then traveled to Marshalltown and won their opening Big Eight game, 28-8. After beating Fort Dodge, 34-12, and Newton, 41-14, the Little Cyclones lost the homecoming game to Cedar Falls, O-10. They came back, however, the following week and almost upset top-ranked Waterloo East. The Ames gridders led at half, 16-12, but couldn't keep it and lost in the final min- utes of the game, 38-22. They lost the next game, too, 28-42, when they played tough Waterloo West. The Little Cyclones met success in their final Big Eight game by defeating Mason City, 48-21. Unfortun- atly they ended the season on a sour note when they lost to eleventh-ranked Webster City, 12-28. Tom Pantenburg and Mike Fowles attempt to stop East by closing a hole in the defense. TODD MILLER Little Cyclones receiving special honors — Scott Milliken, IDPA all-state third team and All Big Eight Conference Team; Rick Bowlds, All Big Eight Conference Team; Ted Birdseye, All Big Eight Conference Team. ے . LARRY KATZ FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF—Head Coach Phil Johnson, Bob Campbell, Keith Bailey, Jack Mendenhall, Dale Tramp, Arnie Zediker. 1970 CO-CAPTAINS with Coach Phil Johnson—Al Vandeventer, Scott Milliken, Steve Jackson, Lance McGilliard. . ur - | D " Sms ` e : مہ‎ : E meo md یب‎ Ll — o, =. = H i e e س‎ u Lr Pt ae - r 2 ! Eos 0 4 سے‎ od . رہ ےو کی‎ u «o. d " e Wgd T D ` d F `- em D - LI » ` f ` qo. an. " he. `a nr 2 P ? | à س‎ 7 A eres P» vi i = pror Ast . y € pos ا‎ ۰۷۷۰۷۷۷۳. A sg k M j ei OI e wi | nN , : " T : " nb D N d T I نہ شا ای‎ e DEE wk Wat ا‎ Por et, A. l w, : 3 ie 0 o - Se 1 , wyp dO A Le be 1 SS OSCH ate? ROA M ae hd | | RW a KC KEEN NUT EA 4 - سے ےنم ے R o‏ A جم‎ تہ مہ‎ —2 aep Come ù d اہ‎ ۹ 4 ork lw ! ging rA z y SE, m ۴ = UAI ER D fa? a a . -Pe Sen Nem - St ut € Sar 5 EN, , ۹ mA TES مہ‎ LIE p H ۹ D - موب‎ N x See PE fei 4 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM — front, Kim Jarrell, Tom Pantenburg, Lance McGilliard, Rick Bowlds, Scott Milliken, Jeff Herrick, Steve Barrett. Paul Clark, Ted Birdseye, Al Sandvick, Bob Casnter, Lowell Strike, Al Vandeventer; second, Dan Doud Paul Cooper, Jeff Kuehl, Chuck Walter. Steve Jackson, Al Warren, Steve Hildebrand, Lee Christensen, Pete Anderson, Kent Anderson, Pat Mcintire, Virgil Erbe; third, Don Scandrett, John Schoeneman, Ron Greiner, Mike Fowles, Danny Spencer, Kyle Williams, Bill Kunerth, Ken York, Andy Ward, Blair Johnson, Brooks Johnson; fourth, Rick Wells, Randy Eckard, Jeff Hiedeman, Dennis Johnson, Danny Wierson, Terry Warren, Frank Gartin, John Tysseling, Dan Johnson; fifth, Jeff Schoeneman, Steve Savage, Greg McLaughlin, Gary Johnson, Denis Parker, Rick Swank, Darrell Richardson, Rick Torkild- son, Pete Conis, mgr.; back, Coach Dale Tramp, Coach Jack Mendenhall, Coach Bob Campbell, Coach Keith Bailey, Coach Arnie Zediker, Head Coach Phil Johnson. Jubilant cheerleaders follow Lee Christensen and Rick Bowlds as they carry the Boone Vic- tory Bell. TOM BLISS 121 ae m We پر‎ Ames High football's defensive coach Keith Bailey gives a pep talk to the squad during half time. GORDIE MEYER TODD MILLER East Waterloo's Neal Moses finds nowhere to go through the sea of orange and black jerseys of the Ames defense. Senior backs Steve Savage and Jeff Herrick help Ron Greiner pull down a Dodger to protect a 34-12 lead in the closing moments. STATISTICS | LEADING TACKLERS Ted Birdseye. Tom Pantenburg.. کی‎ | Jeff Herrick .......... ۰٣ یک‎ RRS PENIS UU UE Al Vandeventer . MOST RECOVERED FUMBLES Ron Greiner ‘LEADING INTERCEPTORS Jeff Schoeneman Jeff Herrick BLOCKED EXTRA POINTS Ron Greiner...... SE SE Ee EE 1 Dan Spencer TODD MILLER 122 Mam ھ‎ ANB " ۔.ے.ے‎ Defense helped by 2-platoon system; ‘basically good’ With the introduction of the two platoon system into AHS football, Little Cyclone sports fans saw better performance by the defensive unit as well as the offense. Throughout the season the Little Cyclone defenders came up with 21 turnovers. A total of 12 fumbles were recovered, eight interceptions were made, and one punt was blocked by Al Vandeventer. The lead- ing tackler for Ames was Ted Birdseye who racked up an impressive 65 tackles. Seniors Jeff Herrick, back, and Tom Pan- enburg, linebacker, followed Birdseye with 59 tackles each. Juniors on the squad led the unit in two areas. Linebacker Ron Greiner had five of the total 12 recovered fumbles and back Jeff Schoeneman captured three of the total eight interceptions. Junior linebacker Ron Greiner “breaks” the back of a Fort Dodge runner with this jarring tackle. The alert and ready Ames defense digs in preparing 006٤۲ for the powerful East Waterloo runnin g attack. GE 7 m l E nnt CHA Si T mc ees ۴ dp شاف پا سی یں‎ TRR ber? sf M. ARS ez A7 SC bg, A 5 GORDIE MEYER i it H 1 P on edie: -—‏ اس ee pepe.‏ : نوم 123 30 points a game; rack up 272 points | Big Eight and non-conference teams found that stopping the Little Cyclones potent offense from racking up impres- sive scores took a stingy defense and good luck as the Ames High gridders averaged a little more than 30 points a game. For the season the Little Cyclones scored 272 points to their opponents 185. Offense averages — - — ص رن لے o‏ ——————————— ——— Unfortunately Cedar Falls managed to put a blemish on the Little Cyclone record as the stingy Tigers held the hapless Ames gridders scoreless in the Home- coming game. With the protection given by the offensive line, the backfield was able to properly execute plays that put the football into the endzone. Quarterback Scott Milliken completed 94 passes out of 192 attempts for 1,214 yards. Also place-kicker Dennis Johnson booted 25 out of 27 extra-point | attempts. — eee MRS. WARD Tackle Steve Hildebrand drinks water while taking a break on side lines at the Boone game. A . TODD MILLER Senior Don Scandrett, fullback and punter, is rushed by an East Waterloo opponent as he proceeds to punt the ball down field. M HE —nÁ—MMX —M MÀ 0$ BÀ‏ — ا Behind the blocking of Pat McIntire, speedster Steve Jackson jaunts and evades the Marshalltown defenders. In the process of executing the Statue of Liberty play are Steve Jackson and Scott Milliken. GORDIE MEYER TODD MILLER STATISTICS ` TOP RUSHERS Scandrett—5.5 yd. ave. .. McGillard—7.3 yd. ave. .. Jackson — 7.6 XS av. 2 PASSING Bowlds— ا‎ 37 passes for . 512 yards — | 3 Milliken — — averaged 13 کنا‎ | . a throw ` : Excitement and tension build as Coach Phil Johnson fires up the team for the New- ton game. TOM BLISS About to receive the football in a power play is Steve Netcott, leading rusher | for the Ames' sophomores. I Scott Burgason hands the football to a Little Cyclone in the game against Carroll Kuemper in which Ames convincingly defeated them 33-12 | LARRY KATZ GORDIE MEYER SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM — front; Mark Berthelson, King Block, Dick Carter, Barry Best, Dan Williams, Chuck Mehle, Scott Daultom, Steve Netcott, Terry Breckinridge, Jerry Barfknest, Brian Little: second; David Hakes, Craig Cole, Bryon Stucky, Dave Bunker, Jerry Matchett, Snelton Joseph, Greg Allen, Phil Bartruff, John Pyron, warren Purvis, Robert Dean Il; third; Mark Jones, Tim Sullivan, Mike Carlson, Craig Woodard, Steve Burgason, Bob Catus. Bob Francis, Doug Gerjets, Jim Feyerabend, Craig Kitzman, Jeff Hilton; fourth; John Miller, Larry Wearth, Glen Anderson, Ken Woodley, Rick Maxwell, Dick Taylor, Marc Sakamoto, Mike Ellson; fifth; Chris Gammack, Steve Jensen, Coach Dale Tramp, Coach Arnie Zediker, Rich Garry, John Fredrickson. ——— — —— — سم‎ — MM —— MM — ` e ہس‎ 126 TODD MILLER LARRY KATZ Sophomore gridders end season 6-3; roll up 2,749 yards The Ames high sophomore football team, coached by Arnie Zediker and Dale Tramp, ended the season with six wins and three losses. The Little Cyclones racked up an impressive 2,749 yards compared to their opponents 1,735 yards and averaged an astounding 303 yards a game while their opponents averaged 192. Versatile King Block contributed much to the football cause— making eight touch- downs, 27 P.A.T.s, and one field goal. Block also piled up 89%tackles for the season to lead the defense in tackles. Top rushers for Ames were Steve Netoott, Mark Berthelson, and King Block. Net- cott ran for 895 yards in 91 attempts for almost 10 yards a carry. Berthlelson rushed for 414 yards in 76 tries for a 5.4 average and Block earned a three yard average by running for 367 yards in 81 attempts. | The Little Cyclone sophomores proved they had a potent offense in games against Fort Dodge and Webster City. They easily defeated the Dodgers 40-6 as they passed for 60 yards and rushed for 253. In the last game of the season the Ames gridders defeated the Lynx, 29-6. |... SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL RECORD Ames 7...............D.M. Lincoln Marshalltown Carroll Kuemper Newton Ames 28 ....South Tama Ames 21 Ames 40 Fort Dodge Ames 24...............D.M. Hoover Ames 29 Webster City Rushed by a South Tama defender, Quarter- back Steve Burgason prepares to fire a pass. 127 —— Dome E d E br baten اھ سسے ا‎ ۰٠٣ جو سس نے‎ wm " ` " mr 97 یھی‎ O me Am — اس‎ = While waiting for his opponent to return to the t, Cliff Unge Ames wrestlers receives some advice from Coaches Jack Mendenhall aod Kaith Bailey. send 3 to state; " S Í a boast state champ 8۵ = p Three Ames grapplers— Bruce Greene, 4 4 Ron Greiner, and John Schoeneman — advanced to the state tournament. When it was all over, John Schoeneman emerged as the 185-pound class AAA state champ. During the regular season the wrestlers took first in the Audubon Tourney and tied for first in the Ames Invitational, but ended with only five wins to seven losses. They got started on the wrong foot when they lost to Southeast Polk, 21-23. The following meet they came back and | War. swamped Carroll Kuemper, 34-11. The ZP ` DENNIS JOHNSON wrestlers then lost to Fort Dodge, 16-28, | and beat Newton, 32-14. Next the Little ا‎ i ۱ Cyclones ran into the likes of Cedar Falls, East Waterloo, and West Waterloo, this year’s state champions, and lost to all three. Ames found the going a little easier the following two meets, defeating” Mason City, 32-11, and Perry, 38-13. Los- ing a heartbreaker to Marshalltown, 21-22, defeating Boone, 40-8, and losing another close one to Urbandale, 19-20, | ended the season. a E LAST ۹ en a VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM — Front, Mark Donaldson, Paul Schattauer, Jim Kinney, Cliff Unger, second, Paul Montag, Ron Bowman, Ron Greiner, Bruce Greene, third, Doug Pyle, Ted Birdseye, John Schoeneman, Mike Fowles, back, John Frederiksen, mgr., Dennis Johnson, mgr., Greg McLaughlin, mgr., Head Coach Jack Mendenhall. BRIAN STAFFORD DENNIS JOHNSON In full control, Paul Montag attempts to take his man to the mat. -— iA dh eee ee ee ne n ےھ س‎ 091 wr ws% € a ef £ -— EC, ei e With no hands and no feet on the mat, district e e Ir 1 | runner-up Ron Greiner rides his opponent. State Champ John Schoeneman. ANDY RIGGS SCHOENEMAN’S TOURNEY TRAIL Steve Hollingsworth (14-6) Steve Edden (7-2) Wayne Leistikow (9-2) 9 v a " LT " اد ۽ کج‎ r : ! ` ALT : ہہ‎ bech GD ewe toic pa BRIAN STAFFORD BRIAN STAFFORD After taking his hapless Newton opponent to the mat with ease Mike Fowles, heavyweight, attempts to score a pin. 7 129 wf سا س aS‏ va Dau | Wrestling in a J.V. match, Bill Kunerth, junior, rides and controls hís Fort Dodge opponent. | JUNIOR VARSITY, SOPHOMORE WRESTLING TEAM —Front, Bill Hotchkiss, Scott | Daulton, Bruce Davis, Bryan Stucky, Jeff Owen, Mark Skadberg; second, Grady Shel- ton, Dennis Hutton, Ron Provow, Bill Kunerth, Terry Breckenridge, Bob Garland; third, Larry Wearth, Mark Jones, Phil Calderwood, Bob Catus, Joe Grabau, Dave Alderman; fourth, Jim Feyerabend, Danny Williams, Bill Crawford, Dick Davidson, Dave Winton, | Jeff Hiederman; fifth, Jerry Lane, Hank Campbell, Denny Maile, Gary Wheelock, John | | Miller, Tom Finnegan; sixth, Danny Spencer, Coach Bob Impecoven, Coach Keith Bailey. (Eë, - fae اچ‎ | Me Ee ےا‎ t کی‎ یسور‎ aech و‎ “SLE 175 ۱٢ 7تھۂ ‎ 7 8 ھەن کس سے BRIAN STAFFORD Fort Dodge D.M. Valley Ankeny D.M. Valley Ankeny Eagle Grove JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD mes 31 mes 33 BRIAN STAFFORD Wrestling in the Sophomore Invitational, Scott Daulton picks imes 31 up his hapless opponent and is about to slam him to the mat. imes 29 Ames 38 Ames 16 Ames 27 Ames 27 130 ee DS Së J.V.s, sophomores have winning ways; ‘Overall, the best’ Sophomore and junior varsity wrestlers, coached by Keith Bailey and Bob Impe- coven, soon found that hard work paid off as they posted a 4-3 and 8-4 dual record for the 1970-71 season, respectively. Head Coach Jack Mendenhall said, “Over- all both the sophomore and junior varsity teams were the best Ames has had. " He also said that there are some very promis- ing sophomores. Surprisingly, the junior varsity ave raged only 22 points a meet while their oppo- nents managed to average a little more than 22 points and at the same time the BRIAN STAFFORD junior varsity team only lost one third of their meets. Sophomore grapplers aver- aged 24 points while their opponents averaged just slightly over 20. rete CN t bc UR . —- P = te n e à d 8 " e D H s 5 Gei s 04 Ur TD (éi j CMS wet Fa Wi g das: Fa " ر‎ AN E 2 de f " w Le E, WEE -Q e e E ۰ ۰ BRIAN STAFFORD An unidentified Ames wrestler finds him- self and opponent in an unusual position. Sophomore Phil Calderwood controls his man and tries to ride him to the mat. DENNIS JOHNSON After wrestling his man to the mat and applying the half nelson, Larry Wearth is awarded a pin by the referee. BRIAN STAFFORD 131 | سو . ©3 ger. LE yam MA el Pus mp EAL pn eg wem] Ref: " e " Eier ET‏ ہے ہے Fatigue shows itself on the faces of the AHS tankers after a third-place finish at the state meet. ANDY RIGGS tir DELS ۲3373 3723037 ٦ r i pip Al TI] " un um 8 Hi al 1 " n از‎ ii an 1 (rumm Mute E et ا‎ 10 07 80,۵۵۳۵ ا‎ Auge Ke A nu ihr ۲ i | tug. 80 At i + Ip mt dimmi viet: Thee TX —: HH 1 Tir T | M سس‎ | | 11 : Hat n i EE 7۳ | Y. ` ' ۱ | AT 4 n gg 9۳۳10 ۱ r E i Alem Til (UU? i IH TI Laity KI E TA 1 A5, row Pu e ——— M — سح‎ GORDIE MEYER Gulping for air, Todd Miller splashes to a fourth place in the 100-yd. fly at state. Pushing off the wall, sophomore Bob Reinbold pulls his way to anew state record in the 100-yd. backstroke. GORDIE MEYER 132 Using form like this, Erik Hegstrom cut 11 seconds from his 400-yd. freestyle time at conference and later qualified for state. GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER Jeff McRoberts awaits the crack of the starter's pistol before starting the 200-yd. medley relay at the district meet at the AHS pool. Tankers set records; take 3rd in state; Best team ever Led by sophomore Bob Reinbold and jun- ior Tom Bliss, the Ames High swim team shattered four varsity records, three at the state meet. Bliss broke two, the 50-yd. freestyle and 100-yd. butterfly, and Rein- bold annihilated the school 100-yd. back- stroke record. Reinbold also captured the state backstroke record, the first time AHS has ever held a state swimming record. The team captured third at the state meet. Ten of the 14 qualifiers placed in the state meet. Coach Mike Wittmer summarized the 10-3 season, with losses to D. M. Hoo- ver, C. R. Washington, and Newton, by saying, " Its the best team I've ever had. I'm really proud of them.” 1970-71 SWIMMING RECORDS 200 yd. Medley 237ھ‎ Reinbold 1:47.9 SE 2 Fitzgerald | ` Bliss $ EE Crawford 50 yd. Freestyle — Bliss 100 yd. Butterfly Bliss 100 yd. Freestyle ` Bliss 100 yd. Backstroke Reinbold Junior Varsity record O wins 3 losses GORDIE MEYER Sophomore Bob Reinbold — first place state meet 100 yard backstroke 133 —— o = ° ep o rem a cene ۶ v ToT 1 ,ی2۸ ch SOOT a‏ کل لل third consecutive ۱ LI u ۱ E Team spirit high; | | Big Eight champions Tapering off workouts, getting psyched up for meets, and losing some hair | were the elements for the Ames High EI Swim team's winning season of 10-3 for dual meets and wins at the Ames Invita- | tional, Big Eight Conference, and the | State District meets. d To prepare the team for the conference and district meets, Head Coach Mike Witt- mer cut the amount of yardage swum by the team. “The tapering helped,” said Coach Wittmer. “It always does.” Team spirit was high and showed itself at the conference meet. Chants of “1-2,” " Lets go, relay, " and “Go, Bob, Go” re- sounded through the Ames pool as the AHS swimmers, nicknamed “Fish,” splashed to their third straight Big Eight Conference championship. ہے 21 , TEENIE E و‎ E جو جج‎ Ee € 6 E r 4 Right on! shouts Coach Wittmer after Erik Heg- strom cuts his time by 11 seconds in the 400. EE ARPPE The Sheik poses for a photograph before raiding the timerettes for his harem. GORDIE MEYER Bebe ar EAD و وق‎ A dis p, nbn Noe i ہے ہک نے‎ Oe سے سیت ا 0د‎ ee a 07] M r fh t 200 " $ a Taking off like a shot, Tom “The Gopher” Bliss leaves the block for the 100 yd. butterfly at District. Psyching himself up for the Tech meet, Carl Schaller relaxes his pain-wracked body in a towel tub. 1 (OT RPS TO í RW GORDIE MEYER l‏ ۱ کہ وو i $ " a s‏ Toni f‏ ۱ aT :‏ h ET‏ : SM‏ 4 ie) C‏ - GORDIE MEYER MAE A! Mert OOM GH gn! d l s f . , 3 ہیس‎ SWIMMING TEAM — Front Row —Dave Barnes, Erik Hegstrom, Dan Fitzgerald, Kevin ۷۱ GORDIE MEYER Todd Miller; middle row —Mike McFarlin, Matt Sexton, Jim Peterson, Frank Gartin, Tom Clark, Diver Tom Clark checks the water tem- John Shockley, Carl Schaller, Bob Bledsoe, Gary Haupt; back row — Lee Donaldson, Bob Spro- perature with his fingertips. well, Jeff McRoberts, Bob Reinbold, Bob Crawford, Tom Bliss, Jim Moldenhauer, Scott Kreamer, Jim Scholten. c — 135 m ر9 ‎ |] REE TAL و‎ E EE SE E Big Eight topped by Ames cagers; end season 17-5 For the second consecutive year, the Ames Little Cyclone cagers found them- selves on top of the highly touted Big Eight conference with a 11-3 record and a season record at 17-5. In the first game of the season, Ames manhandled the Boone Toreadors, 102- 69, but the following weekend lost to Des Moines North in overtime, 78-81. The cagers won their next three games against Marshalltown, 68-54, Fort Dodge, 90-66, and Des Moines Roosevelt, 83-60. At this point Ames was ranked No. 1 in the state but was upset by Newton, 72-83. For the following four games the Little Cyclones tasted victory as they defeated Cedar Falls, 68-61; Webster City, 82-60; East Waterloo, 82.68; and West Waterloo, 70-55. Ames then fell into a brief slump, losing to both Mason City, 58-70, and Marshalltown, 79-84. Success was the name of the game the rest of the regular season as the Little Cyclones defeated Fort Dodge, Newton, Cedar Falls, East and West Waterloo and Mason City. After driving through the Boone defense, Bruce Carl- son executes a la yup shot with Pete Buck looking on. A familiar sight throughout the season was this fancy style of ball handling during warm-ups. E Luc j| " uw 7 وروی‎ Se les: O OG Eet? Zog ee we ppt TZ) Si ei 1 o EE " mn E De Mer d HK. Ë i weg b i wd ai vct کس‎ کے کہ ران P‏ Ka Jumping agairt his own teammate, Steve Burgason, Gene Larson grabs a rebound. " ef م٣۰‎ D Mé ` M y NC LATE: 3 Kaz EE EE e es AN eas a Ge (tt, a ECKE NT e p». J E? e . ET wi me ` 4 K 22 A IAM P ۲ 2S y! E 7 ZE Lee st A 4 + sji Ar " e so = « L 7 سر ہے‎ ' vd E (Hes bv EO | ' A P LX " zé wb. ھی‎ " Qu Ed. AL ee EE Surrounded by players Larry Loots reaches high in the air for a rebound. FLASH WARD - - — - — «am — کے س 4 a ۹ n a. E : Néi d e ee a ee سی ` " = ےه‎ — = ge ems GORDIE MEYER GENE LARSON, senior forward: All-Big 8 1st team; IDPA 1st team. SSE TEY. RL ees Ee 4 سے‎ ge. ۱ = Gol ee ts ( Ara Iu NO NB LRP L MEREN, y RL ۱ ay ae, ‘ AX Ge d oi LN 2 a) " GORDIE MEYER LARRY LOOTS, senior center: All-Big 8 1st team; IDPA 4th team. GORDIE MEYER BRUCE CARLSON, senior guard: All-Big 8 2nd team. 138 = In hope of causing a Newton turnover, Terry Carroll jumps high In the air and frantically waves his arms. FLASH d Ze D d 7 3 2 P- a ا دسر‎ T) WARD Three Ames cagers earn top honors in Big Eight GOALS Pete Buck Bruce Carlson Terry Carroll Nic Classick Gary Grindeland Gene Larson Larry Loots Team Opponent 34 82 59 9ھ 46 166 115 603 492 15 41 20 42 39 178 97 469 366 STATISTICS: FTM EE 83 205 143 142 131 510 327 1,675 1,350 RB 27 67 41 120 11 162 242 769 060 AVE. 3.8 9.3 6.5 6.5 5.9 23.2 14.9 76.1 61.4 MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Gene Larson MOST IMPROVED SHOOTERS — Larry Loots and Pete Buck MOST IMPROVED DEFENSIVELY — Gary Grindeland MOST IMPROVED REBOUNDER Gene Larson BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE — Larry Loots (over 60 shots) 55% BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE— Gary Grindeland (over 20 shots) 88.6% LARRY KATZ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Front, Al Vandeventer, Pete Buck, Bruce Carlson, Rick Wells, George Duvall, head coacn, Jim Scott, Steve Jackson, Bruce Buck, second, Tom Jorgenson, assistant coach, Gene Larson, Larry Loots, Nic Classick, Terry Carroll, Gary Grindeland, Dave Posegate, assistant coach, third, Bill Christensen, mgr., Terry Warren, Pete Anderson, Brian Anderson, Kyle Williams, Scott Kenyon, Paul Swenson, Dave Hildebrand, mgr. 139 Ames cagers had ‘makings of best, according to Duvall George Duvall, head basketball coach, summed up the 1970-71 Ames High bas- betball team after the Little Cyclone cagers were upset by the eventual class AA runner-up state champ, Ottumwa. The crushing, 72-67 defeat in the final round of the substate tournament ended Ames' bid for the state championship that every- one looked forward to all season. How- ever, Mr. Duvall said he couldn't look at the loss as any disaster but he felt that this year's team lacked enough desire. “Yes, it had all the makings to be the best, " ار مس LZ‏ » 1 The Little Cyclones did have success up until the end of the tournament trail. In i the first game of tournament play, the Ames cagers completely dominated the hapless Jefferson Rams as they bombard- ed them, 84-46. Ames was next matched up against Perry. Again the superior ۱ play of the Little Cyclones showed its ef- fects as Perry went down toa humiliating | defeat, 91-48. The Little Cyclone cagers | P s» final victory of the season came only after | uw. € a tough-fought game and an overtime pe- As Pete Buck passes over to Terry Carroll, the riod against Marshalltown. Ames finally rest of the team gets into position against Ottumwa. emerged with a 58-56 win. سے سے co‏ ےھ ہو TF‏ BIG EIGHT | STANDINGS Ames —. . .—. —11 Mason City...... eu dp Fort Dodge........... 7 ` Marshalltown Cedar Falls ...... East Waterloo.... a 5 8 8 | 9 9 ہے TODD MILLER Amazement seems to grip the tearn and crowd as they look over toward the officials. 140 JV BASKETBALL RECORD (6-3) Ames 54 Ames 80 Newton.............53 Ames 65 Ames 52 Fort Dodge.......64 Ames 48 BOONE 33). TE GO Marshalltown...83 GORDIE MEYER Marshalltown...38 : up " hg — tum o ے ےد‎ A oo P ap سے سفت کے‎ al v e, - GORDIE MEYER Building excitement for a forthcoming game, the Ames starters and Duvall fire-up in the huddle. pe e —— ےسیو‎ e © t —t Evading his Boone opponent, Nic Classick, junior center, sets and attempts a one-handed jump shot. - TODD MILLER 141 o —— mm = — جم mv Pi‏ Top rebounder Steve Burgason, with 279 grabs for the season, pulls down the ball in the sophomore game with the Marshalltown Bobcats. ` ` ` Sophomores finish 17-1, Big 8 Champs; 15 straight wins! In the eyes of Sophomore Basketball Coach Arnie Zediker, this year’s team had three big advantages over their oppo- nents: size, speed, and rebounding ability. These qualities led them to a Big Eight record of 13 wins and one loss; an over- all mark of 17-1. The season ended with a 15-game winning streak, which included what Mr. Zediker felt was the high point of the season, revenge for their one loss, to Marshalltown. During the 1970-1971 season, Ames out- scored their opponents an average of 67.5 to 49.1. They topped their foes in re- bounding 729-428. The high scorers were Steve Burgason with a total of 348 points, averaging 20.4; Frank Schneider, total points 231, average 12.8; and Dick Carter, total 205, average 11.4 per game. These three also topped the rebounding with 279, 150, and 67 rebounds, respec- tively. The highest percentage from the field was shot by Schneider, 52.25%; top free throw percentage, Carter, 63%. ANDY RIGGS SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL — Front, Doug Gerjets, Craig Woodward, Randy Larson, Barry Best, Phil Bartruff, Tim Sullivan; second, Dave Sprowell, Pete Voss, King Block, Mark Berthelsen, Dick Carter, Randy Ramussen;third,Kent Julius, Dave Bunker, Steve Burgason, Frank Schneider, Coach Arnie Zediker; not pictured, Kim Wass, manager. 142 TT IT — O a He can shoot field goals too! Top free throw shooter Dick Carter, with 63%, shows his skill from the field. Moral support was all the help Dave Sprowell got from his teammates as he struggles with two Toreadors for the rebound. 1i : ۱ ines S E a ech یک‎ W 8 1 A de $ , C WW Lk GG ane Za i Kl kor ASÎ میں‎ WY کی‎ DCH T. MEAS See شی‎ che 3° auis A. DEA Se Ae Mf‏ ہیں 11 تقافر و‎ d ESCH, کہ‎ ste wd c ES Ki پا کی‎ m NS Det, Ee 1 (A KX 8 À S» Be, E Y AA 0 ا‎ رك‎ LARRY KATZ SOPHOMORE RECORD (17-1) Ames 92 Ames 75 Ames 67 Ames 80 Ames 66 Webster City...... Nod i Ames 59 East Waterloo..... Bu eae | FI ہے‎ | Ames 70 West Waterloo .....:......... n Ames 63 Mason City....... E ....36 Ames 81 Marshalltown..... Seng EC) Ames 60 Ames 65 Ames 68 Ames 43 Ames 77 West Waterloo Ames 54 Mason و‎ 7777777 US ا TODD MILLER‏ 143 - ۰ e e - — جم‎ e e gt E eg — 009. l ۔‎ o l ےے ے‎ TENNIS TEAM — Jim Dickson, Dave Barnes, Jim Burns, Al Vandeventer, Bob Kraft, Larry Hatch, Pete Barcus, Ed Seifert, Steve Kline. Not pictured, Coach Phil Johnson, Jim Scott, Jeff Barnes. E (rege fet “OF I Ze? n Tennis team ranks 3rd in Big Eight; ends season 6-3 Under the coaching of Phil Johnson, the 1971 tennis team ended the season with a highly respectable record of 6 wins and 3 losses and a third place ranking in the Big Eight conference. According to Coach Johnson, this years team was “overall successful. " However, the netmen got started on a de- ceptive note when they lost a close meet to D.M. Valley, 3-4. Ames came back the following meet and defeated the Cardi- nals of Newton, 5-2. D.M. Roosevelt then scored a 9-0 victory against the Little Cy- clones. Ames easily won the next meet as it defeated Boone, 9-O. Ames then lost another close one to D.M. Lincoln, 3-4. For the four following meets the Little Cyclones tasted easy victory as they de- feated Fort Dodge, 7-2; Marshalltown, 8-1; DM Tech, 9-0, and again Marshall- town, 8-1. The tennis team also brought added rec- ognition to Ames High when it captured third-place title in the Marshalltown Invitational. Quick thinking and faster action are part of what it takes to play tennis. Shown here is Ed Seifert, senior, displaying some of these ingredients. b.e XX " M Golf team 7-2 for spring season; places 2nd in state The Ames high golf team ended the spring’ season with an impressive record of seven wins and two losses and at the same time boasted a second-place state trophy. SAN 7 IM Fach, Kn " M ات‎ SUN LATA x Consistent point winners for the Little 7 ques SNNT ay Cyclones were Matt and Pat Sexton, jun- SR ES Ens) iors, and Pete Buck and Paul Sanders, | seniors. Ames started the 1971 season with a con- vincing victory as it defeated Carroll Kuemper, 163-171. The golfers then fell to the hands of the tough Boone Torea- dors in a close meet, 159-156. A short winning streak followed as both Mar- es E ES si eas Sate eai. ے‎ D ` H ۹ D Ké = vex eh E Y Y d " f T GE P AMT ob ۴ T NU IN T dokn Ls T3 1‏ $2 تح KEE I a ae PII des shalltown and D.M. Lincoln lost to the‏ Little Cyclone golfers, 158-162 and 149- 159, respectively. Ames then lost its last meet of the spring season to the Newton Cardinals, 327-310. Victory was the name of the game the rest of the regular season as the golfers defeated Nevada, 162-166; Marshalltown, 309-328; Boone, 305-310, and again Nevada, 317-343. rem cas‏ و وت ڈیو VEA TN Sie MEE‏ e s 0 ESE | SES 3 ER ad Ye wen me The Little Cyclone golfers also captured first in the sectional tournament and sec- ond in the district. ا - GOLF TEAM—Front, John Tysselling, Paul Sanders, Bill Friedrich, Pete Buck, Neal Calhoun, Matt Sexton, Pat Sex- ton; second, Bruce Warg, Gary Grindeland, David Sprowell, Timothy Sullivan, Lee Donaldson, Jeff Kuehl, Bob Bled- soe, Alan Larson, Coach George Duvall; third, Chris Myers, Randy Larson, Craig Woodard, Kim Wass, Andy Morton, Mike Carlson, Mark Donaldson. o - - 145 al -- mg ` ——MX— mme سے ےک‎ f Li eee l wm EL. ec? Harriers capture 3rd consecutive Big Eight title Winning Ames third consecutive Big Eight Conference Title, Coach John Slet- Lens second cross-country team had another successful season. The harriers had problems pulling every- thing together at first as they took second at the Little Cyclone Mile Invitational, fourth at the Hoover Invitational Mile Team, and third at the Mike Augustine Invitational Two-Mile. Soon the loose ends were brought to- gether as the cross-country team placed first at the Big Eight Conference Meet, fourth at the Hoover Invitational Mile Team, and third at the Mike Augustine Invitational Two-Mile. Coach Sletten summarized the season by saying, “I'll long remember the 1970 sea- son not in terms of wins and losses, but because of the way that we were able to finally come together as a team in mid- October and to realize that as a team there was more satisfaction and fun in run- ning. " " b deht i €, e " TN N " T a a De TODD MILLER Tim Soden fights for a position as the gun goes off at the State Mile Team race. " Bunching together’ at the finish line helped to bring the team more points. CP رھ مھے مس سے سو‎ P A DEEP, TE - d gl کیہ کس‎ t zg e 7 = amt - ‘ D = ےم‎ 5 . p- - " بد‎ 20 the river and through’ ‘the woods trots ‘Ames harrier ice. Buck. at. the State Two-Mile Meet 2 at Marsnalitown. | ہے‎ zs E | - e ac en " Wee Ze " um WE o ‘ et Senf -e‏ نے نے هد Abee ve a‏ “اس سسا .= ۵ ااه TODD MILLER E m‏ ہے n—— n — 7 -— o‏ ٢ں‏ ں a cm a ret‏ سے 4 wm ` " m ———— oc mo ہس‎ Áo Deen men ۰ س هه سے ا کر اھ کی و‎ E a ml ere جے۔ ت‎ we ہس‎ — apu € Predicting Greg Weisshaar's tremendous speed, Tom Lockhart looks ahead and gives some vocal support. TODD MILLER Aii Ee ke ۱ W : i Ad e‏ مت P " ‏ B‏ ۲ 7 r i p x wi Mi , 0 wë d SCH y de Ac A 2 | v. tL 20 di Iw a 2.4 d: doge rus à prs a CITY Ato Res? e A. 2 ۱ LN IS کیک وم ویک‎ - T T SN Wie, 1 ANDY WARD CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM —Front, Mark Sanderson, Bruce Carlson, Bruce Buck, Scott Kreamer, Tim Soden, Steve Herrnstadt, Greg Weisshaar, Paul Montag, Gary McConnell, Dave Davies, Coach John Sletten; second, Terry Carroll, Mike Handley, Todd Miller, Brian Stafford, Alain Moreau Paul Swenson, Tom Lockhart, Gary Grindeland, Larry Schneider, Bill Backman, Steve Townsend; back, Dave Wheelock, Doug Bogenrief, Dave Fitz, Tim Hardy, Gene Larson, Larry Loots, Frank Schneider, Bob Hutchins, George Huston, Larry Peterson, Duane Richards. 147 o —ÉÓ o ai SW — NEN | — 2 p کس‎ - - H LN ef D 4 ka — : » xas Na y " on e . eS ے ۶د‎ e æ | Trackmen take 12th state championship; I first in two events | The 1971 trackmen of Ames High cli- maxed a highly successful season by capturing the class AA state champion- ship, stockpiling an impressive 45 points to 30 by runner-up Indianola. Ames placed two men each in the pole vault, high jump, and long jump. Cap- 1 turing first place for the Little Cyclones | were high jumper Tom Pantenburg, who | broke the state meet record of 6'5 " by | jumping 6'6 " and the 440-yard relay | team consisting of Marc Sakamoto, Dan ۱ Wierson, Steve Jackson, and Rick 1.8 | which ran a blistering’ 42.8 seconds. Other place winners for Ames were Dan Wierson, who ran a season best of 19.1, which also ties the old state meet record, to place second in the 180 low hurdles, the 880-yard relay team, which took 4th place, and the 2-mile relay team, which placed 5th. Out in front of everyone, Rick Bowlds races for the tape in the state 440-yard relay finals. wg b " AP s A£ v - Y ۲ ١ e ner d LE ` X e e i M. d " Ni ` EN, pm SS? , m o - ww Las ٤ Za e e T 0۸8۸00 بی‎ E 0 v. مہ‎ Cen j w M. em e a d Mu es ۰ » i e be UC | 4 wi K i —— Kk نے‎ c hay? KEN Ted que M me TN = = Sar a s Wo. Ae RN یگ‎ Z G, met E =» x UM " TS GORDIE MEYER VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Front, Dan Wierson, Brian Stafford, Tim Soden, Steve Herrnstadt, Gregg Weisshaar, Tom Pantenburg, Bruce Carlson, Rick Bowlds, Steve Jackson, Marc Sakamoto, Larry Peterson; second, Paul Swenson, Lance McGilliard, Tom Lockhart, Rick Swank, Scott Kreamer, Gary McConnell, Dave Davies, Duane Richards, Bruce Buck, Jim Moldenhauer; back, Head Coach John Sletten, Coach Dale Tramp, Coach Bob Impecoven, Jeff Schoeneman, Kent Anderson, Larry Loots, John Larson, Kyle Williams, Jeff Hiedeman, Tom Bliss, Coach Bob Campbell, Coach Cecil Spatcher. Not pictured: Steve Savage. vr سے‎ —————— 1 C. R. Washington Clinton PLACE WINNERS i Long Jump Steve Jackson 22 63% " , 3rd Dan Wierson 22'6, ath High Jump Tom Pantenburg 6'6“, ٤ Larry Lots 6'2 " , 3rd Pole Vault Kent Anderson 10386 John Larson 136 4th Two-Mile Relay 8:02, 5th 880-Yard Relay 1:30.8, 4th 180 Low Hurdles Dan Wierson 19.1, 2nd | 440-Yard Relay 42.8, 1st JOHN TYSSELING D e 45 e a " ab, , ےک‎ : r " y is M. ۰ H s A D ٠ | : x Y yt " r1 t EH ANITA RD, e E: n zk, MAC aso و‎ fs ۱ | ` 1+ 4 ۷ | j ga ow um j 4 i 7 ` ; ] HN e. oe ۳ TP it ie he ۸ 1 wy Tubs er IW ہے‎ Wm Poi Jut مر وٹ‎ 2 Ae ab Kata NIT " A ai E A ao Rejoicing over their easy victory in the class AA state track meet are members of the Little Cyclone track team. 149 - RB ZP 8 5 4 i LAYS HE AMERICAS AT’ est). (Lë | TIME OF nAY —————— € dli — a o — Áo — mm d‏ سم KE — e. r ` sp, D P 7ھ‎ : L 4 ٦ nee ef wh. KA. " E ze, 4. ` ۱ T ké 7 Ai . " e ef C AC) ele 0 ۱ یں‎ ۱ on kA eS x SH és p وش‎ CUR oT A : LU KA یی‎ ie ». Sa? $ 3 A i ۹ E] ww a ۹ E e e 35 " : i 5 d " T i geg n e . 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Receiving their medals in the state meet are pole vaulters Kent Anderson, junior, and John Larson, senior. B rn - JOHN TYSSELING 150 — A , a XN Ea. EN Se D Ew ۰ کک‎ rg“ ۷ئ‎ A ' Y ™ bU دی‎ 3 We a IE M e X a 4 4 . sky A ea , de ye Nut Nf Nt SA Sg Der " SEE ۹ D ' 5 ` 5 ` کے‎ . mg x 3 e, c aime allo, ung که ے۔ ہیں‎ Ze Kë, ہے‎ © ٦ " - Ze ON, Ses ہج‎ " oh EA FA p SA Np, q " eh? pc So Sr J KAAFT NE Y " bh nu " pi N NEE NEEN ۰ H Ch E a 1 LJ y ry, d " ei ` d b " i د‎ SÉ wk: wwe N v. WOK XX " فی‎ ۹ A t e ,وہ‎ 9D Zb e + a = M LI 4 ` ' X ۲ 7 . » A8 a 4 KT ` ۲ e m 9 r ۶ s l A ۱ : , " فا‎ d ۰ | Wwe NA d ھ۸‎ oD ہجو‎ NL hh eg ٦ ۹ ۹ " a ` ! Records fall in winning season; 4 school marks set Several Little Cyclone trackmen broke or tied school, conference, and state records during the 1971 track season. Among them was Tom Pantenburg whose 6'6 " high jump mark at the district and state meets set both a new school record and a state meet record. Versatile Dan Wierson also brough added recognition to the Ames track team as he ran 19.1 seconds in the 180-yard low hurdles to set a new school record and to tie the old state meet mark which was broken the same day. Previous to the state meet he ran 19.5 to tie the Big Eight conference mark. Also breaking school records was Kent Anderson in the pole vault who went13'7 " in the Bobcat Invitational, and the 440- yard relay team which knocked sixtenths of a second off their previous best time by running 42.8 in the state meet. During the conference meet the Little Cyclone mile relay team also shattered a record as they ran 3:24.8 to erase the old Big Eight mark. GORDIE MEYER On the heels of soon-to-be low hurdle state champ Denny Murphy of Davenport As- sumption is Dan Wierson, who came in second to tie the old state meet record of 19.1. GORDIE MEYER TOM PANTENBURG — ` l ; F we " B | » -— 7 high jump state champion , ` E ۱ . ge. vs TOT UE rece ce A Eet E 4 a ف+ہٰ‎ da c esi istae) bt سو مت موچ‎ ek e ed. d än, vt a PITEN y سو ہو‎ e WEE ہہ‎ d یی سے مرو وا دی لے‎ trt سی رت‎ A E ; ZA T. EN Me verom HD e سی سنہ‎ e Fr? 7 ge - ایت‎ 1 e e EE E A m d شال‎ GPa یف ہے‎ - EA e 4 9 Wl ۱ ہے‎ JOHN TYSSELING About to clear 6'6 " for the first time Tom Pantenburg Be takes a mighty leap to clear the high jump bar. 151 | C—O . Ames cindermen end season 7-0; reserves undefeated Besides capturing the class AA state championship this spring, the Ames Little Cyclone trackmen walked off with every meet title of the season. First to fall victim was the eventual class A state champion, Eagle Grove. The fol- lowing week-end the Little Cyclones won their own Hi Covey track meet with ease. Ames then traveled to Marshalltown to compete in the Bobcat Invitational. When it was all over, the Ames trackmen brought home their seventeenth straight Bobcat title. The cindermen continued their winning ways as they glided to their 3rd straight Ames Invitational title, captured the dis- trict crown, and then won the highly touted Big Eight conference champion- ship. The reserves also had a successful sea- son, as they easily defeated the Eagle Grove reserves and then beat Marshall- town twice. The Little Cyclone reserves also defeated tough Fort Dodge and easily captured the reserve Ames Invitational crown. Straining for that extra inch is Steve Jackson as he leaps high in the air in the long jump. P d v GORDIE MEYER RESERVE TRACK TEAM — Front, Scott Nichols, Bob Catus, Bill Bachman, Craig Cummings, Larry Synder, John Pyron, Donny Scan- drett, Jerry Matchett, Brian Anderson, Randy Taylor, Jim Clemens, Dean Russell, Steve Townsend; second, Dave Winton, Paul Montag, Jim Kinney, Dave Fitz, Steve Grover, Dan Williams, Scott Daulton, Mike Ellson, Dario Bran, Doug Bogenrief, Larry Wearth, Jim Packer, Ray Thomson, Rick Reger; back, Coach Bob Impecoven, Henry Arppe, Mark Sanderson, Dave Fullhart, Bill Hotchkiss, Mark Berthelson, Jim Sholten, Bob Reinbold, Dave Bunker, Bill Fribley, Bob Richards, Al Warren, Bob Thorbecke, Mike Wheelock, Craig Cole, Coach Bob Campbell. ` Yà - ۱ " e MÀ a a ` کسی ےک‎ iua) O9 oil an Pi M سرع‎ o oa) a a ae .ہے‎ REE مس‎ Els D 1 و‎ — eme و‎ کک è‏ ` = ege 4 سسس‎ - About to receive the baton from Gary McConnell in the medley relay at the Big Eight meet, Lance McGilliard looks down his lane as he takes off to anchor. -— After running a fast 220 yards in the 880-yard relay at the state meet, Marc Sakamoto hands off the baton to Larry Peterson. The final time was 1:30.8. JOHN TYSSELING | w ےکی‎ CHUCK MAURER s Nt E Past dito Ww 153 | Td MM E D i a ہسےہ‎ Varsity baseball off to slow start; Zediker leaves Ames High's 1971 baseball season con- cluded Coach Arnie Zediker's coaching career at AHS. Next year Mr. Zediker will be going back to the Storm Lake area where hell be head cross-country, bas- ketball, and baseball coach for Storm Lake High School. This year's team had four returning let- termen with the nucleus of last year's J.V. team filling out the rest of the lineup. At the time of publication, this year's team had a 6-15 record with three games left until the state tournament eliminations begin. The team has been led by the pitch- ing of seniors Al Vandeventer and Scott Milliken, who was hindered by a foot in- jury earlier in the season. Coach Dave Posegate's J.V. team had a 7-5 record at press time with two of the J.V. players, Marc Sakamoto and Barry Best, moved up to varsity play. The whole team comes out to greet Scott Milliken home after hitting his first four-bagger of the season. ٠ Ca - Mua vage کا رھ‎ zeg TER ep a = | ae L bipenn c sé Bain’ ساس‎ H " I, vu " ke, Kei Keis 1 oe سے‎ : . , f " de. 3 SI " i z Pep s NOM U e í vii L4 ` B’ - E , è e , D LE ۱ e ۳ " s Pas! " dut - p | EE e 5 fy GER » ۴ 7 Ka dé 3 7 Ka 1 ود‎ P " M M T Leer: det, " » A . e eg d LZ BA . D , سا‎ — ° 7 7.7 - x E B | 7 ` E D a wr hr , Aw M Te vul " × تہ‎ e f w ` ۹ - D B : , ۰ 4 Oh کے‎ سے aM c ‏ ww 4 GORDIE MEYER f » Ry TT ow ke A e =- و‎ y me س‫‎ em — € AA A‏ کے یک - Bea E و‎ I E " ous -— at - B — " e e 4 ہے‎ — es ی‎ e A ۰ J e = m e å وہ‎ = - Who says pitchers can't hit? Dave Carlson lines one into right field for a base hit. Scott Kenyon, Ames’ lead-off batter, had many timely hits like this for the Little Cyclones this year. GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER J.V. BASEBALL —Front, Craig Woodard, Mark Berthelson, Marc Sakamoto, Steve Jeffery, Bob West, Jeff Meyers, Rick Schmidt; Back, Ev Cochran, Dwight Flem- mer, Kent Julius, Jon Stalheim, Ted Riggs, Dave Hakes, Steve Bergeson, Coach Dave Posegate. GORDIE MEYER JACK BRANSCOM VARSITY SQUAD —Front, King Block, Tom Finnegan, AI Vande- venter, Don Scandrett, Tom Pantenburg, Larry Mullica, Scott Kenyon, Dan Spencer; back, Coach Arnie Zediker, Dave Carl- son, Scott Milliken, Chuck Walter, Nic Classick, Terry Carroll, Pete Anderson, Gary Grindeland. Not pictured: Barry Best. 155 æ- ei J Participation in boys intramurals greatly increases For the second consecutive year, boys’ | intramurals participation climbed. Mr. | RogerSpratt,sponsor,commented, “There $ were by far more than I can remember.” This increase was especially prevalent | in basketball, as about 150 boys and 18 | teams participated. The teams were di- | vided into two leagues with seniors and one junior team in one league and jun- b iors and sophomores in the other. About 60 boys came out for spring intra- murals, which included table tennis, golf, HI chess, and checkers. Of the 60 partici- | pants, 32 were in the table tennis compe- tition. This year's champions include The Champs in the basketball senior league, the Reptilicus in the junior and sopho- more basketball league, John Gray in golf, John Carlson in chess, Jeff Bailey in checkers, and Kamyar Fattahi in table tennis. With opponents grasping for the basketball, Randy Page easily snares down a rebound for his team. FLASH WARD LARRY KATZ THE CHAMPS — Chuck Walter, Bruce Kirk, Bill Core, Dave Elliott, Kim Jarrell, Cliff Keller. Not pictured, Jim Dickson. 156 Wf M — â سد‎ d Der ےی‎ gt eg, سی ومر جت-‎ ef Aug ت‎ e یلت‎ — E سے‎ me سے بے‎ an mm - . =- - سک س‎ e -— a -— — — — — کس ٗ6 وی‎ — m کی دیس و سے‎ a q—— o fm ry ٠ } Jeff Bailey and John Carlson prepare to play a new game called " chesskers''? REPTILICUS — Gregg Allen, Jim Packer, Chris Meyers, Mike Carlson, Steve Jeffery. Not pictured, Andy Bickerstaff, Bob Thorbecke. i ہہ‎ SNES کی ھا با ہیرگ 32 3 سو‎ E 3 " e a $ mY Hye Pome‏ و یک " " $. er Ta " Eë Oe, - ry E تتتت ‎ ۴ 1 v Séi Ze Ka f- Ëm | AE SÉ FLASH WARD 2uU.‏ 7 تہ اتاج De e eg‏ ی و و ل këng g " rail aiti Lal is r AN Trs TS TETEG ۷ CAN (ESA Table tennis champion Kamyar Fattahi concentrates on the i4, SS course of the ping-pong ball as he prepares to meet it. ANDY WARD WSA if (II FLASH WARD Using a unique form of ball handling, junior Andy Ward dribbles the basketball away from his opponents. 157 asm e e One of lowa's top all-around women's gymnasts, Connie Jo Israel, shows her form on the balance beam. ۱ 4 A TTL Lad d ۲ wy Ee i y a e WT 4 ) 7 e | Ts ! ‘Wy ۲ A à wt, É TY AnI " 4 ا ود ج ٭‎ E سر یی‎ 7 A dr MC 0 پان کا‎ " Ié Lë 1d i A " LO " E: adf. aw (äi ۳ اس‎ m ` ۸ ۹ Fat ا ضس‎ ` E Ai " 1 i - d 0 5 A a. 1 he Y Pam ; D ns‏ کٹا ا Ke d ast ` :‏ ; PHIL SMILEY‏ ANDY WARD‏ » Ter Balancing on a four and a half inch wide beam is not really as easy as Sandy Hoffman makes it look. With her hair flying and her body bending, Cheryl Saul dedicates still another hour to her chosen sport. 158 “It's a long way down!” exclaims sophomore Beth Stone as she balances precariously in a hand stand. ANDY WARD ANDY WARD - ہے ` 23999 e WE‏ سے - 9s ——————— a |n " ! t m | - JN ہپ‎ ۱ 5 i IS TAT ta Ss E. V " Wc j à; =E TEE Fu CA WIE H es are ۱ GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS — Front, Coach Karen Carlson, Peg Mickle, Jeni Herrick, Jo Israel; second, Beth Stone, Ann Grindeland, Carol Jo Patterson, Cheryl Saul, Mary Sweitzer; third, Cindy Jacobson, Sue Milliken, Marla Stritzel, Liz Pier, Mary Everson, Sandy Hoffman. me zm P p ull. Z ee ہے‎ WË ao WELLHOUSE STUDIO ANDY WARD " Is that how it's supposed to look? " In a strange feat of balance, gymnast Marla Stritzel pauses to have her form checked. First-year girls’ gymnastics team ties for state title It was a series of firsts for Ames High's girls' gymnastics. This was the first year of their existence. Their coach, Miss Karen Carlson, was in her first teaching position. But most of all, they put this newness together and came out with a tie for the state championship title, sharing it with Des Moines Roosevelt. In four meets, Ames' team had three wins and was a runner-up once. At the Grand View College Open, Ames was the runner up team. In à dual meet with Jefferson, Ames came out on top. Then the team be- came the district champions and finally the state title holders. Miss Carlson said about her team: The girls worked very hard and put in many long hours during their first years as a team. I was very pleased with the team's dedication and performance this season. " 159 | Knowing that there are many more holes ahead of them, Jane Weber and Luann Hansen anxiously await the outcome of the putt. Girls’ sports enlarge, plan | for future Girls' sports saw a year of enlargement and improvement in the 1970-71 school year. Golf and swimming were continued from the previous year while tennis and gymnastics were added. a - MMC. , About twenty girls participated in girls’ swimming. There were many practices but only one meet, with Marshalltown. Ames lost. —À— E mgg- — Girls' golf grew into an organized team, | after forming the previous year for the state meet. The team held three dual meets. Although the season record was one win and two losses, Coach Bob Hei- berger said that the girls played well and | that the season served as good start for a competitive program. Sophomore Jane Weber was medalist in two of the meets. A tennis team was initiated for and by girls this spring. About ten girls were active on the team and several more par- ticipated. The team lost its one meet, with Des Moines Lincoln. However, Coach Richard White expressed the hope that ptu | | x3 the interest shown this year would allow | | | E AUS. for better organization and school sup- G: ak ele eth یں ا‎ OU E e Popes port next year. NDA SÉ LE A پت و میں سن‎ ron PLUR MS PHIL SMILEY TODD MILLER GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM — Front, Sue Millikin, Christie Dailey, Karen Wass, Debbie Pohm, Mary Hadwiger, Sally Medford, Janice Snyder; back, Joan Kempthorne, Barb Kern, Joyce Hiserote, Coach Richard White, Jane Graca, Sherry Battles, Carol Haynes, Cindy Parks, Liz Pier, Cindi Clark, Flora McMartin. A‏ ته rE‏ -— e e pée ahi ! ng ihre — water 4 y j ۱ سو بر‎ | Bride c DS. dee oe d E a, | ds p wd a , E , » aov | 721 A} ës de , P y I5 n " می‎ T i EP p b ft its rina? 4 ۲ ٦ JOHN TYSSELING Power is the secret to Joan Kempthorne's game as she slams one over the net. GORDIE MEYER A golf ball is much easier to find if it'S clean, so Jane Weber, Sue Scott, and Buffy Axtell stop to have a little good, cleaning fun. ہے mm‏ — سے 161 vv سے — mmm ee‏ ` — ص۔د Classes It's a long road from sophomore to senior. but suddenly today is tomorrow and we're off into the world with the old tests safely: behind, facing the new, unwritten tests of life, torn with indecision, or set with determination, or not really caring much one way or the other. We've graduated! You will do the same and be the Class of ’72 and '73 and dd and 775... and will anything „be any different ever? We hope so... Section staff Mark Fisher, editor Karen Wass, assistant Mary Serovy, assistant Peggy Barr Andy Riggs Todd Miller Andy Ward Jean Svec Athletic director Ray Smalling surveys the Class of 1971 as it lines up for Commencement. dea " Të E 5 J لال‎ : Ls ق د‎ — ce We F adus; Gee eee a DU d. eot n as ml mm AN Tie 4 v ˆ iue m a o P os dina | 1 agni ai DDR tO tp ni a | 240 sophomores | form AHS largest class The 1970 sophomore class with its 420 members was the largest ever to enter Ames High. They were a talented group gifted in many diverse areas. Scholas- tically, they came to Ames High with a Record-breaking grade-point average of 2.7. In dramatic and musical activities, the sophomores soon proved their abili- ties in plays, musical productions, and All State Chorus and Orchestra. In foot- ball and backetball they established winning records; the sophomores also participated in interscholastic varsity Sports. As the first sophomore class to enjoy the eight-period day, their initiation into high school life was perhaps more than ordinarily confusing. They adapted quickly. The excitement (yawn) of the sophomore orientation shows itself in these interested faces. TOM BLISS ANDY RIGGS Little Soul Brother Shelton Joseph anxiously opens a present from his " Big Sis " Jeni Herrick, Janet Seim, and Maria Joyce Pyle. Little Brothers have become an unofficial part of the Big Sis program. Kemeny practice for cheer tryouts. 164 SOPHOMORES ANDY WARD Barbara Abramson Greg Allen Tom Allen Linda Allison Robert Amemiya Chip Anderson Glen Anderson Pam Anderson Barb Atkins Mike Bailey Jeff Bailey Rick Balmer Pete Barcus Jerry Barfknecht Mary Barnard Lynn Barrett Bob Bartels Phil Bartruff Allan Bates Mark Beattie Janet Beaty Mark Bell Patty Beneke Carolyn Bennett Roberta Berchtold William Berger Mark Berthelsen Barry Best Andy Bickerstaff Bobbi Blanford Marlene Bleeker Valree Blewett King Block Doug Bogenrief Dorothy Bowen Don Bowman Beth Boylan Becky Boyles Bruce Bradshaw Greg Brady Lynne Brady Kim Brayton Terry Breckenridge Patty Brekke Stu Bremner Marcia Brown Judi Brugger Bryon Brunkow Art Budolfson Joe Bulman Sandy Bunce Dave Bunker SOPHOMORES 165 Steve Burgason Bill Burke Joan Burnet Karen Burns Dale Buttry i Shari Byriel i Jean Cafferty | ۱ Phil Calderwood Mary Calhoun | Jane Carlsen John Carison Lori Carison Mike Carlson Sue Carlson Terry Carroll | Dick Carter | سے 7 سے -a S‏ Kathy Carter | Holly Cassidy | Bob Catus Sue Cerwick Pam Chamberlin Carol Chantland Karen Charlson Karen Christensen Ron Christensen Jan Church Cindi Clark Tracy Clark Candy Clinefelter Craig Cole Kathy Coleman Mary Constantine Roz Corieri Shirley Couture Tari Cox Janet Coy Bill Crawford Tammy Culbertson Carolyn Curry Scott Daulton Brad Davis Bruce Davis Craig Davis Bob Dean Mark Donaldson Mary Donhowe Lea Dorsey Ginger Doty Janet Dowell Sally Duncan Paul Durand Dawn Eakins 166 SOPHOMORES EO SEER EEE REE ES ELE PCR ARTI RI OUR EY RR? CUT OCA TO REESE EE RAN Le " gen e ` R o E SN ۲ ۹ Vgl fe, ' اج‎ WW " m. A .9ف‎ 0 Caught unaware, Bruce Bradshaw sneaks a surreptitious look at the commotion going on behind his back. e - 0 8 ہے‎ RB ہے‎ e Ki LI ۴ E E] e E 2 " ME. RN NON. 490 a tss Gm AEN Seer ne UM NT TC Search سے‎ UI سے ہن‎ D mm Meng LE Ar s Eden, Am a ja : om wë, LN, d VE کے‎ CUL E Ke Mr. Spatcher shows off his two amaryilises—er, amarylli? — anyway, he shows them to Mary Olson and Linda Allison. Pencil in mouth, Mike Bailey makes a fine adjustment on his microscope in Mr. Spratt's biology class. 1 LARRY KATZ Lyndl Eberhart Ann Ebert Margaret Elbert Chris Ellis Mike Ellson Denise Epperly Cay Ernest Paul Eshelman Carol Farrington Jim Feyerabend Steve Fisher Dave Fitz Bob Francis John Frederickson Nancy French Cathy Friederich SC A d Kristi Fritsch Dave Fullhart Sue Futrell Chris Gammack Sherry Gammon Rich Garrey Jean Gauger Sue Geist Doug Gerjets Donna Gilchrist Scott Gillette Gayle Glass Vayne Glass Sheila Glenn Kerry Goodwin Cindy Greene SOPHOMORES 167 — M س‎ A GÀ o — rm Ann Grindeland Steve Grover Paula Grucza Claretta Gurganas Debbie Hagebock Joe Hagen Crys Hagert Dave Hakes Brian Halvorson Bruce Halvorson Bruce Hammond Craig Hanway Sue Hart Missy Hartman Dave Hatch Tom Hatten John Hauser Jane Heggen Mike Hemingson Sue Henely Sue Herbert Laura Hermann Jeni Herrick Ellen Herrnstadt Sue Hiedeman Jeff Hilton Kathy Hoff Terra Holland Craig Hoof Dave Hoover Sue Hopper Bill Hotchkiss Virgil Houser Tom Huisman Steve Hummel Gordon Hutton Cindy Jacobson Dennis Jacobson Mike Jacobson Mec James 168 SOPHOMORES ee. CHARLIE KEY 73 A A Bai E sa e D I IR ADU A e? Zahl 2 عا رہ مم ا‎ 12 H d 7 ۴ TE i Steve Janssen Steve Jeffrey Ted Jeska Steve Johns Christy Johnson Lyn Johnson Randy Johnson Mark Jones Shelton Joseph Kent Julius Jerry Jutting Pat Kayser Jana Keller Jeff Kellogg Patty Kelton Maria Kemeny Barb Ketcham Dana Key Candy Kinderman Debby Kingsbury Jim Kinney Chris Kiser Jan Kiser Craig Kitzman Jackie Klas Richard Kniseley Kirk Kniss Dennis Knutson Greg Koerber Gabriele Koschorreck Mike LaFontaine DeAne Lagerquist Jerry Lane Louis Lang Patty Lariviere Barb Larson Cindy Larson Cindy Larson Randy Larson Jackie Latta Sylvia Lazo Mary Lesan Mark Litchfield Brian Little Barb Loots Janet Luing Steve Lumsdon Sara McCormack Jeff McCoy Scott McCoy Robin McCullough Cay McDonald SOPHOMORES 169 ek A " we Jim McEIherne Carol McFarland Doug McGinnis Mike Mclintire Diana McMillen Rick McMillen Mike Maroney Deby Martin Rick Martin Jerry Matchett Rick Maxwell Vince Meador Chuck Mehle Mike Metzler Kevin Michel Marcia Millard John Miller Sue Milliken Tom Mischke Herman Moeller Ruth Montag LeeAnn Moore Marta Moore Patrick Morehead Bruce Moreland LuAnn Moreland Jon Morgan Richard Morrison Andy Morton Mary Anne Mudd Carole Muncy Corajayne Murray Carolyn Myers Chris Myers Barbara Nath Jan Ness Steve Netcott Nancy Newell Henry Newmans Mary Nichols Scott Nichols Sherri Nigh Norma Nims Beth Nissen Pete Nutty Harry Oates Mary O’Laughlin Connie Oliver 170 SOPHOMORES b " Ver AAA $t dech AN A K IX جور‎ و D UE ۱ ae fete کی‎ 8%: AA ` : Se e AN e Fg wna SÄI Ga A CAS ots Ba p ` " 41. KI HE: 5 A va: Eë e ` e d ` de A e 3 M . eu? LE AA 1 " UMS Sa SS We Sa MAAS M I e =? $ Ael P et OM 95 ch © AE ۲ 80080 کہ کی‎ ۹ ۲ , ےو‎ ۱ AE Zt 8 " e +. Kb m 4 سس d (A) tao pam سے‎ Working on set construction, Mary Donhowe sparingly applies paint to Danny Snyder as Toni Porath watches from point-blank range. Poison toadstools from the cafeteria? No, just some play- dough masterpieces made in art by Jane Weber. m bus ہے‎ " e TOM BLISS All-State Orchestra musician Kim Wass plays ‘‘Inna-gadda- da-vida' " and other hits on his “heavy” guitar. Mary Olson Ann Outka Jeff Owen James Packer Mike Page Dave Parks Carol Patterson Larry Paulsen Barb Pedersen Mark Peterson Sue Peterson Grant Phipps David Popelka Toni Porath Daria Porter Cindy Powers Rusty Purvis Warren Purvis John Pyron Randy Rasmussen Hobert Read Mary Kay Reece Kathi Reed Bob Reinbold Bob Richert Joe Riley Cheryl Ring SOPHOMORES 171 John Risse Leanne Robertson Jill Robinson Becky Rohrbough Jeff Romans Debbie Routh Katy Rozeboom Marc Sakamoto Norma Sams Todd Sand Cindy Sansgaard Val Sather Chery! Saul Tricia Savage Paul Schattauer Steve Schmalzried Sue Schmidt Kandy Schminkey Frank Schneider Sally Scholten Pam Schulte Steve Schultz Jeff Schwartz Karen Schwartz Sue Scott Kathy Seibert Sue Seibert Janet Seim Ned Shank Cindy Sharp JoAnn Shaughnessy Andy Shaw Cindee Shearer Grady Shelton Marguerite Sibley Darrell Silverthorn Martha Simmons Cindi Sims Mark Skadberg Arne Skarshaug Tia Slater Scott Smith Jennifer Songer Larry Sorenson Loretta Spear Beth Speer Dave Sprowell Rodney Stevenson Linda Stewart Beth Stone Cindy Strennen Jill Strike Greg Stritzel Bryan Stucky Sherry Stump David Sturtevant Betty Stuve Tim Sullivan Stewart Swanson Mary Sweitzer Robin Switzer Vicki Tamashunas Randy Taylor Toni Terrones Chan Thomas John Thomas Bonnie Thompson Ray Thomson Jean Tiffany Stan Troeh Cindy Tschetter Jim Ulmer 172 SOPHOMORES — M, t Pla " FÉ - — - ee - ہے‎ — — ge —À pouump———— ood David Zierath John Zmolek y E E ` doc Se aaa ,پس‎ Neer nit ہجو‎ - ہے‎ —À zm d EM Rz? pe si tas T , ‏ 7 لے کا جح اهايا لظضت مر Mire ۷. — A led‏ Hard at work, Mark Donaldson and Larry Sorenson Brian Van Den Bosch Joyce Vanderwal Vickie VanVoorhis Larry Voelker Pete Voss Lynne Waddill Bill Wagner Bill Walsh Margaret Ward Bruce Warg Dave Warner Denise Warren Kim Wass Larry Wearth Jane Weber Cathy Webster Robert Wechsler Randy Wedin Pam Weigle David Weiss Penny Weisshaar Alan Wenger Mike Wilder Randy Wildman Chris Williams Dan Williams Mike Wirkus Ken Woodley Craig Woodward Diana Wright Holly Young Bianca Zaffarano NOT PICTURED: Jennifer Christensen Suzanne Egeland Cynthia Gray Rick Houseman Dennise Hummel Alan Lockhart Deborah Lande Kai Martin James Olson Sharon Parks Ken Porter Neil Powers Greg Taller Eric Thorbecke Mike Wheelock LARRY KATZ A low-flying photographer's view of two sophomores, Shari Byriel and Ann Grindeland, shows the new gym suits at a different angle. display sophomore diligence and application to studies. SOPHOMORES 173 -— s Tr A ست جد‎ e ` Be کے‎ onu کک ہر کے‎ ee ee | Money, money — fund raising 1 prime goal of juniors Money making was the overall goal for | the Junior Executive Council last year. Under the supervision of a new sponsor, Mr. Hilmer, the council utilized some tra- ditional projects and also added new | ones. They sold homecoming mums, com- | piled and sold student directories, con- ا‎ | ducted a pie sale, and sponsored a chili | supper at which, for the first time, council | members prepared the chili themselves. They initiated the selling of windshield pep decals. The officers, chosen in the spring of their sophomore year, were Pete Anderson, president; Gary Grindeland, vice presi- dent; Lori Randol, secretary; and Judi Jacobson, treasurer. These four were aided by representatives elected from each junior homeroom. Joan Waters and LouAnn Sogard assist Junior Class Treasurer Judi Jacobson with the Jr. Exec pie sale. ANDY WARD JUNIOR EXEC. — front, Wendy Myers, Joan Waters, Holly Burkhalter, LouAnn Sogard, Laurie Madden, Kathy Geist; back, Gary Grindeland, Brian Stafford, Jim Moldenhauer, Pat Sexton, Dave Hildebrand, Lance Foreman, Mr. Hilmer, Judi Jacobson, Pete Anderson, Lori Randol. 174 JUNIORS -saa Fe سے‎ a Kathy Abraham Hoyt Acuff Brian Anderson Claire Anderson Kent Anderson Pete Anderson Steve Anderson Debra Archer Mary Kay Atkins Lynn Augustine Buffy Axtell Bill Bachman Julie Baker Connie Ball Shivaun Ball Vicki Ball Dave Barnes Karen Barnes ١ Lowell Barnett Peggy Barr Sherri Battles Rick Beeson Jacque Bell Cheryl Bergeson Craig Bergeson Debby Black Carol Blackburn Bari Blanford Bob Bledsoe Tom Bliss Kathy Boon Trent Bowers Marla Boylan Dario Bran Craig Braymen LuAnn Brentnall Barb Brown Sheron Buchele Cathy Buck Jim Buck Joe Buck Susan Buck Jan Burchinal Karen Burke Holly Burkhalter Carla Burns Vicky Byers ۱ Connie 8۷۲٥٥ سے .۰طت تھے ۹۶ل Dennis Cafferty | Agnes Carbrey Dave Carlson MTW Deb Carlson Sue Case Mary Sue Catus - a. Candance Charity Bev Chesterfield Suthiruck Chirapanda Deb Chit Bill Christense Deb Christiansc Floyd Christofferson Barb Clark Don Clark Pam Clark Tom Clark Bill Clark Nick Classick Jacky Clause Teri Cleasby Jim Clemens Nolan Compton Randy Conard Patty Conis Craig Coria Kim Corieri Jennifer Coupal Steve Cowles Greg Cox Linda Crom Rhonda Crow Rod Crowe Craig Cummings Cindy Dahl Christie Dailey Linda Davidson Dick Davidson Ken Davis Vicki Davis Alice De Kalb Mary Clare Denisen Mary DeReuss Lee Donaldson Dan Doud Linda Dougal Linda Eakins 176 JUNIORS 2 pope wm aie Jf tee e Se چ و‎ —€———— ——————— € nó There is always something exciting happening in junior study halls; Pam Young gets set for a bunsenball kick off. TT چ‎ : ` P a Ju " 3 ۱ ۱ - ۱ T - E B Aj j a ` 3 1 , b d 9. V us 4 a 5 4 — — CUm Re. dest mr o aman اق کک‎ " MR om aum o een —Á————— dH " E 2 e nomi ——— a " نمف‎ Tom Ekberg Bill Elder Terry Emdia Donna Evans Greg Evans Anne Ewing Alison Exner Kamyar Fattahi Theresa Finnegan Mark Fisher Marvin Fisher Paul Fisher Dan Fitzgerald Dwight Flemmer Liz Flurnmerfelt Lance Foreman Mike Fowles Greg Franklin Bob Garland Janice Gauger Kathy Geist William Gerber Cindy Gerjets Cindy Good Joe Grabau Jane Graca Sarah Grant Mona Green Bruce Greene Ron Greiner Gary Grindeland Nanci Gutman Patti Guy Mary Hadwiger Marcia Hagen Peggy Hall Joan Hannum LuAnn Hansen Mike Hapes Tim Hardy y سے‎ e " pu سے‎ ay | eo ہے » - - ! GORDIE MEYER GORDIE MEYER ےت | Shoveling down some of the cafeteria's exotic cuisine Ah...peace and quiet. After a day of classes and noisy study halls, | is junior gourmet Dean Kuhn. Ken York discovers the library can be a great place to get things done. - —Á—X— HE c JUNIORS 177 Debbie Harris Debbi Harwell Gary Haupt Carol Haynes Carol Healey Mary Healy Michele Heer Rene Hemphill Sharon Henely Jennifer Hensley Jim Hibner Jim Hicks Mary Highland David Hildebrand Steve Hildebrand Elsie Hoff Sandy Hoffman John Holder Cindy Holdredge Sharon Holmes Kathy Holthaus Margaret Homer Steve Hopper Mark Howerton George Huston Dennis Hutton Nancy Ingvoldstad Terri Irwin Connie Jo Israel Nick Jackson Judi Jacobson Alberta James Marci James Gary Jamison Starla Jarrell Jana Jelden Nancy Jellinger Amy Johnson Blair Johnson Brooks Johnson + EI سم — | | | | Up, down, and sliding around are juniors Terry Irwin and Sandy Hoffman. 178 JUNIORS em a El E EE TEEN‏ 2722ھ M ف‎ AU 1? 5 b. p- d l d $ T i a : TE a=? 4 e 5 e — —. —À P Pans: سے کے‎ Rt. MN t att نے‎ — M تھے‎ a FÉ cameo iba oce a UP m AM جوے عو‎ —— —]— M a سے‎ —— P 9 " — سے کے‎ Cindy Johnson Dan Johnson Darlene Jones Mark Julius Terri Kackley Larry Katz Joe Kayser Joan Kempthorne Scott Kenyon Dan Kepley Barbi Kestel Debbie Kinderman Roger Kingsbury Kathy Kiser Diane Kolmer Jeff Kuehl Dean Kuhn Bill Kunerth Kristine Lapehn Alan Larson Cheryl Larson Steve Lawson Donna Leibold Debbie Lenning Gary Liming Kim Linder Eva Linzenbold Dave Lippert Tom Lockhart Mike Lovely Elaine Luckett Linca Lyman Carl McCarley Nate McCay Gary McFarlane Mike McFarlin Laurann McGilliard Greg McLaughlin Genene McNabb Jeff McRoberts Au " ee CP ANDY WARD Snow foils their attempt to scale Mt. Everest. JUNIORS 179 Se, an P GP M — Laurel MacBride Ann Macheak Ken Madden Laurie Madden Mark Marley | Cynthia Marten Sally Medford Gordon Meyer Jon Michael Peg Mickle Vicki Millard Kevin Miller Todd Miller Jim Moldenhauer Pat Moore | | Jeff Meyers Rob Morrison Marion Morton | Larry Mullica $ Dave Munn Mike Myers Wendy Myers Ashok Nariboli Dave Needham Greg Nelson 1H Cindy Newton (o | Dave Nickel | Paul Nilsson Linda Norris Shirley Norton Bill O'Conner Anne O'Laughlin Eur E aert = f ., MER t= Larry Ostrem CN ھ‎ LH Tami Owings =| ES Um Marti Pace [zz HE Randy Page ` Tom Palmer Lydia Panagides 15 w e — —— Maria Panos | IE U Dennis Parker | AV Ze SENE Sees | | Cindy Parks ` cis 1 1| 39s ۱ | Debbie Parrish SEA | | 6 Ze وو‎ ww چو‎ | Carolyn Patterson س‎ ` " ۱ | 4 oo CN 1 : ۱ Mary Paulson Donna Peacock E ©. RK. | GORDIE MEYER Judy Pedersen EX» ۹۹۹ : Victirns of an auto accident, Bob Price and Daryl Schlapia Brenna Peglar FM PA E " appear happy to be back in school, even on crutches. 180 JUNIORS Mark Twain's great, great, etc., nephew, Jim Clemens, enjoys reading the works of his great, great, etc., uncle. ry Janice Percival Mike Perry Dave Peters Jim Petersen Jim Peterson Larry Peterson 7 Nancy ٤۷ Elizabeth Pier Debby Pohm Kathy Post Sue Powell Melody Powers Richard Price Bob Price Jim Prior Ron Provow Joyce Pyle Lori Randol Bill Rasmussen Linda Rasmussen Diane Rhinehart Duane Richards Steve Rifen Andy Riggs Debbie Rohrbaugh Emily Rosewell Teri Royer Mary Runyan Claudia Rushing Dick Rusk Dean Russell " ER. | | 7 Paul Sailsbury Va. m RS i | Z2 Helga Sandve : ' | a BR MOS € " CIA John Sandve Jolene Satre Brad Sayre Mary Schill Daryl Schlapia Rick Schmidt Sara Schmidt Larry Schneider Jeff Schoeneman Jim Scholten Roberta Schwartz Jane Scott Mary Serovy Matt Sexton JUNIORS 181 eu ‘7 a n ہے یھو سے‎ — a Ki ` A n - e چحست‎ d EE cn m , | ` ۱ 4 | 7 Cyndy Newton and Kathy Swan inspect picture proofs | while deciding to order the Pep Club picture packets. ۱ | Pen in hand, Liz Flummerfelt puts the finishing touches on a line | composition in Mrs. Schneider's Introduction to Studio art class. $ ساےہ‎ © rel m RR 1 KA £ as e, E ANDY RIGGS GORDIE MEYER Pat Sexton Terry Shaffer Don Shedd Martha Sherick Ann Sherman Cynde Siedelmann Lori Simon Vanshal Usdorn Sirirat Al Smith Letitia Smith Scott Smith Randy Snider Paul Soderholm LouAnn Sogard Tammy Sondrol Dan Spencer Bob Sprowell Brian Stafford Craig Stephenson Laura Stone Shirley Straker Marla Stritzel Dave Sproceman Dorothy Stuve Jean Svec Kathy Swan Dick Swenson Paul Swenson Nancy Talbot Wadad Tannous Joyce Templeton Beckie Tesdall ae —áÀ —P— ہے‎ M ۔‎ o ہے ۔۔‎ ee eee eme — ہسے‎ o r mg مے ہے‎ 182 JUNIORS Pr LEER RD RUPEE TT TATE ALT ANT Tepe DOERR EENEG zi IP be 9 1 ? m i ۹ r » 7 J A ۵ FA 3 1 " d? 2 A , d i D. 41 ef‏ —— د z‏ سے p Pa Ki è r p La " . dN See " bi I | : i fi AJ d‏ ` = لے x‏ 3 T e , 1 à - Ka dh i ۱ ' " 41 ۹ e = 77 A,‏ - PX a = L m - E EH e a ‘ Li 1 ad A j 7‏ se e e Li o 000 a ei E $ t‏ کے Ei H - vi bech‏ وہ سر ý se. d vi ECK‏ هن 3 v " K = : 4 Y‏ Doran Tesdall Mike Theodosopoulos Charla Thies Steve Thomas Joel Thone Carol Thurston Josie Timmons Melanie Tostlebe Steve Townsend Dale Turek Tim Turner Cheryl Tweed John Twetten John Tysseling John Ulmer Lisa Untrauer Dave Van Patter Vicki Vaughn Andy Ward Janet Ward Sue Warman Don Warner Terry Warren Tish Warren Karen Wass Joan Waters Jeff Watson Mike Welch Dan Wellhouse Jon Wessman Bob West Gary Weuve Jim White Barbara Wierson Dan Wierson | Denise Wierson | Kyle Williams Vicki Wilson | Dave Winton Sheryl Wood NOT PICTURED: Eric Abbott Ken York Se Wayne Alcott John Young Pam Young oo eg Soy young Sue Bappe Elisa Zaffarano zu GE Brian Christensen لد ک2‎ BL ptm Tom Couture bis kat Ronnie Deal À George Eugene Mark Halvorson | Shirley Helland | Terry Kline John Kyllo Chris McDonald Bryan McMahon Mark Nostwich Betsy Peterson Stanley D. P irtle | Richard Price Pam Rasmussen | Kathy Rhoads Jim Ross Pat Sandersfield Ken Simmons Terry Sullivan Kathy Swenson Rick Williams " Hm-m-m-m' leers Jeff | Schoeneman as he studies | his favorite subject. TOM BLISS JUNIORS 183 | NAE ean bah ET PRR GASES ASEAN SYR aA SL ZS HE RFT READE EEE TI UR SCA Small in number, class of '71 boasts 11 Merit finalists Seniors at Ames High last year soon dis- covered that they were outnumbered by their sophomore and junior peers with a class of only 387. Eleven were Merit Scholarship finalists and sixteen re- ceived letters of commendation. Under the direction of Mr. William Ripp and Mr. Everett Ritland, the Senior Sen- ate, composed of representatives chosen from each homeroom, was in charge of all arrangements for graduation. During homeroom, representatives took orders for name cards and announcements, measured for cap and gown sizes, and delivered them before commencement ex- ercises. The Senior Senate was also re- sponsible for planning the senior picnic and sponsored the Senior Class play, " Beggar on Horseback. " Officers for 70-71 Senate were Alan Van- deventer, president; Bruce Buck, vice- president; Beth Moody, secretary; Lynn Bauske and Jo Enquist, co-treasurers. Sleeping, eating, playing, and occasionally studying are among the many activities in the senior lounge. SENIOR SENATE - front, Mr. Ritland, Jo Enquist, Beth Moody, Alan Vandeventer, Bruce Buck, Lynn Bauske, Mr. Ripp; back, Beth Askelson, Marilyn Gibbs, Dave McKern, Jeff Hiedeman, Kim Jarrell, Brian Garrett, Dave Schulze, Jane Parks. Not pictured: Rikel Getty, Chris Anderson, Craig Stafford. 184 SENIORS " eng ےج‎ ah, Li KE 3 Que مھ‎ -— ANDY WARD Lets 3 ۹ ` TT 7 - Xy- o ا‎ —— À DAVE SCHULZE D ATUS. " Tute weno 7۳ ho Moe 7یو‎ “es ۹ 1‏ o‏ اہ —À—‏ سے — سیک — ——— —— ےھت سے کے اک cath, ta‏ ZoeAnn Adams Sandra Albertson John Alexander Jim Allen Barbara Anderson Bill Anderson Chris Anderson Sharon Anderson Jean Andreae Patti Archer Heikki Arppe Mary Beth Askelson Karen Baker Kathy Baker Marti Baker Maureen Ball Ruth Barnard Jeff Barnes Steve Barrett Mary Barrow Jon Barton Phil Baumann SENIORS 185 Lynn Bauske Betse Beattie Mike Beaty Gary Beeman Alice Beer Jim Benbow Anne Bennett Julie Berthelson Ted Birdseye Terry Blackburn Todd Boden Rod Bogenrief E) Carol Bowen | Rick Bowlds | Ron Bowman Karyl Boyd Bob Breckenridge Richard Brown Jan Brugger BRIAN STAFFORD Recoiling from the sines, cosines, and tangents of trigo- nometry is Senior Class President Al Vandeventer. Lyn Bruin Bruce Buck 186 SENIORS BI dar? Án s f " Ns x Just imagine —French basketball clippings! YFU exchange student Alain Moreau translates former AHS star Dick Gibbs'scrapbook. ns MM SR M: " n 7 5 PT et ; " ES 7 GK ren TA? BABETTE GARDE Connie Buck Pete Buck Ann Budolfson Kathy Burke Ken Burkhart » » $ 7 P Á سس“‎ L4 r رک‎ SE X 7 d RER Ge Wi aA ' bic. TERMED.) A 7 ot " 7 D y ZE ¥ Aw NS ef - Se os dv A SÉ d Jim Burns Danny Busch Kris Buttermore Doyle Ray Buttz Neil Calhoun M 2 j Ke . ar A 7 i a E Wayne Cameron Hank Campbell Linda Canon Jack Canute Bob Carlson SENIORS 187 Bruce Carlson Deean Carlson Mary Carney Joan Carter Lori Carter Bob Castner Don Cerwick Nancy Chantland Nancy Cheever Sue Childs Lee M. Christensen Dennis Christianson Paul Clark Dennis Claude Terry Cole Darla Conrad Pete Conis Jamie Constantine Theresa Cook Scott Corbett Bill Core 188 SENIORS » Grimacing in pain, Steve Jackson is examined at Fort Dodge game. The ankle fracture kept him out four games. TOM BLISS ` l 1 - Om ے‎ ME a وع‎ — a جج mm‏ ص GORDIE MEYER Boning up on the books, Gene Larson tosses in his share to boost the basketball team seniors’ 3.27 grade-point average. MUNI Ol EE را‎ Jane Coulson Bob Crawford Wendi Crawford Kathy Cross Karen Crowe Eric Crump Diane Daffin Chris Dahl Rick Dahlgren Dave Davies Diane Davis Rajean Davis Rod Davis Regina De Campos Chevy Demirel Mary Dengler Jim Dickson Betsy Diehl Meg Dobson Chris Dodd Dave Donelson SENIORS 189 To every football game the twirlers added In an attempt to keep warm, the drum section of the | enjoyment. Here Anita Graham entertains. band engages in a little extracurricular activity. — MÀ À ا‎ — — ل‎ M ga mm — - = - = ا‎ d e. 1 ! r, » s oe ۹ Ba, ۰1 Tr " 4 r. Lë e? أ7‎ Y " n El 5 e 0 D ا‎ a : ? i ہیں‎ «nt. 2 a L 2 ut ` ; : " e I " 4 r » 0 8 7. TODD MILLER LOIS LANE Leisa Doran Jane Duncan Barb Dunlap George Ebert Randy Eckard Muriel Eckstein Barb Eldridge Dave Elliott Roger Wayne Ell iott Dave Eness Jo Enquist Sydney Erickson Steve Ernest Jane Fincham Tom Finnegan 190 SENIORS EE e AEN UU E - z = I fi e NN UNECOWU 0 L—. - e کتک‎ on ama aoo ہے سه ےت‎ ugeduet ےم‎ dE TTT ET pon e. = شن‎ - JR . کے وس‎ ۱ ۱ ۱ Ze : — n و‎ " 2 - n e — Se — —r— b Kirk Foley Helen Frangos Bill Fribley Bill Friedrich Charlie Friederich Kim Fritz Teresa Fryar Mark Gallahan Rick Gammon Leanne Garland Brian Garrett Frank Gartin Barb Gauger Peggy George Barry Gerdes Le ` " 1 ٠ ` 5 WEB Playing games and giving gifts are a few of the activities that these AHS seniors share with the patients at Woodward. SENIORS 191 e " Be? | ` I E d 5 KR E — ہے‎ -—B n À— a E یت‎ l رد ر‎ ls MARE AL, IEEE ] 1 وسیتیت× جس نہ ہر مس‎ c Cr: arm utm کا ہم‎ Re کت‎ KEE EC " eap یسک سس‎ D Ee A کا ھن‎ mp D p Cd d) ] ` | Él Í———————————— mme, Rikel Getty Marilyn Gibbs Kerry Gillispie Domini Glass Anita Graham Jim Grant John Gray Patty Hadaway Cathy Hageman Linda Haldeman Teri Hale Cindy Hall Norma Hamilton Mike Handley Anna Hannusch — 2o — een eee mmm, ` m E à‏ کے ک۔ E Fa : PERRY WHITE Suspense holds the onlookers spellbound as Paul Sanders counts ballots in a homeroom election for something-or-other. 192 SENIORS Do you suppose...? The once and future president, Chevy Demirel, reads a book for campaign pointers. Kevin Hanway Debbie Hart Phil Hartman Larry Hatch David Hauser Bruce Haviland Linda Hedberg Erik Hegstrom Karen Holland Jamie Henderson Jeff Herrick Steve Herrnstadt Linda Hicks Jeff Hiedeman | Greg Highland Joyce Hiserote Barb Hoff Ken Hogan Dennis Hoover Tom Hotchkiss | Trevor Howe SENIORS 193 | Super Spirit strikes again! Phantom photographer Charlie Key cuts up during the super Spirit sales Drive. Linda Howerton Dennett Hutchcroft 3 ME. =- » - A UE = Tans - .- a ow جو‎ 3 = = s = 2 J NUS Y " S 7 . کیا ` Brad Hvistendahl Linda Hyer GORDIE MEYER Judy Kaye Jackson Steve Jackson Kim Jarrell Steve Jenison Karen Jensen Dennis Johnson I, 4 m H ek Zi: DAVE SCHULZE Dorene Johnson Rebecca Johnson " Nice pass, " mumbles Sandy Albertson as Kevin Hanway transfers a Life Saver at the newcomers party. 194 SENIORS eo TEE EE HEET eee —Ünmm e mmm RR qt a mm en mc rr Wf a. a erer c -——— Be MRS. WARD Gloria Jones Dennis Jordan Jaci Jutting Bob Kalton Pat Karns Darlene Keech Cliff Keller Barb Kern Judy Ketcham Roshenara Khan Julie Kinseth Bruce Kirk Aaron A. Kitzman Steve Kline Nancy Kluck Diana Koupal Bob Kraft Scott Kreamer Jennifer Kuehl Bob Kuhn SENIORS 195 4 o Fan Steven Kyle Laura Lande Margaret A. Lapehn Cynthia Larson Debbie Larson Gene Larson John Larson Mark Larson Tom Lasche Eric Ledet Mark Lee Rick Lem Beth Linder | Kevin Little | 0 —— و و‎ —M——— n ` Larry Loots Jeff Love GORDIE MEYER Lisa Lowman ق8‎ bi ` “Well, how are you doing down there, shorty? " asks Debbie Lori Lucht dee See T 8۱ - Mahlstede while she leans on Larry Loots in a rare photo. 196 SENIORS Showing off the latest choker of the canine scene, Rick Wells and Josie Timmons pose for a SPIRIT candid. | — —— ———' À ra—— Q———— ÁÀ——— M ee I | GORDIE MEYER ۹ — o d Jane Lundvall (o —-—— Gary McConnell = ™ ES EU 4 KR — Lance McGilliard Pat ۷۱6۴ Dave McKern Maurine McBride Mary Macheak Debbie Mahlstede Dennis Maile Stan Martin Merilee Mather Pam Maxwell Margaret Meador Mark Metzler Debbie Michaud Jeanie Michelson Gary Miller Scott Milliken Janet Mills Mike Mitchell Jeff Mohr SENIORS 197 mm ve ہس‎ Barb Moldenhauer Pam Moldenhauer Roberta Moldenhauer Paul Montag Beth Moody Connie Moore Don Moore Kris Moorman Al Moreau Carrie Moreland Maureen Mulhall Jan Murray Dave Nelson Jeff Netcott Norine Nims 198 SENIORS Disecting a big silver bird, T and | student Barry Gerdes learns about aircraft mechanics on the job. TOM BLISS کت ` ہے uu Kë,‏ ےک وی = JA e oe web, E ےہ‎ vr e aTr At the " Art in the Park " exhibit, Laurie Skadberg displays Finnish exchange student Henry Arppe, camera in her water color. hand, searches for his favorite subject — girls. ANDY WARD BART KLINK D - ? E EN á " à y ۲ 5 ` Kë A? ® $ ۹ E am Wes Norman Dave Norris Chuck Olsen Bill Opheim Marilyn Owings Milt Panos Jane Parks Chris Paulsen Pennie Pepper Bobbie Petefish Mary Peterson Rebecca Phipps Diana Popelka SENIORS 199 Rosemarie Orton Tom Pantenburg جح ت ‘ COM ex Li UU " ae کے کے‎ SS کے‎ ۳ =— = E سسس و س -سمسمس‎ EE a ےہ‎ e Se ہت‎ Lem " m — p " 3 7 0 ën a 7 =. ` 8 A ۸ Y P Ww " H 1 ۱ eA ' E YA 7 " re i m 8 se P تہ‎ X ee : — : ۱ V EE 2 ۴ - e P b On the threshold of laughter, Wally takes his birthday bow during an all-school assembly. = E ce‏ سور ہی | | d | | Mark Potter Cathy J. Pratt سس ep wm e gail ہب کڈ‎ See A 3 © Doug Pyle Jerry Quam DAVE SCHULZE Richard Reger Bill Reynolds Jane L. Richards Darrell Richardson Judy Richert Mike Rifen Monicia Rolling ` Cathy Routh Anita Rozeboom Joel Sand Paul Sanders Mark Sanderson Al M. Sandvick Jane Sassaman Steve Savage David Saveraid | BIL. | | | Don Scandrett | MM — il ! | | 200 SENIORS | . . — Judy Schaefer Carl Schaller Tom Schattauer Susi Schlunz John Schoeneman Dave Schulze Jim Scott Ann Seidel Ed Seifert Becky Seim 1 " ودر $5 5- e H Sa ; NEE MA sre Aha ,وعیہ‎ rad” » P ANDY RIGGS Taking a break between classes, Jennifer Kuehl indulges in a little fun and relaxation in the form of tumbling. KLARK KRINT Doing her thing, Norine Nims makes a contribution in home- room to the very successful Pakistan welfare drive. SENIORS 201 ai‏ کے ٰ | Counting up relatives to decide how many they should order, Jean Andreae and Teresa Fryar look over graduation announcements - | LI | 7 d JT. = ? | ` بک‎ me : | i : ae. Fs m iia rA 2‏ ہے ےہ o ALIAS SMITH Barb Seiser Theresa Sexton Barb Shearer Howard Shearer Bob Sheeler Sandy Shockey | John Shockley | Gary Siedelmann Randy Simons Laurie Skadburg Pam Skarshaug Debbie Skortman Phil Smiley Jerry Smith Nancy Smith 202 SENIORS " NEE DeWayne Snider Janice Snider Tim Soden Gretchen Songer Jul Spatcher Craig Stafford Jane Stevens Vicki Stevensen Lawrence Stewart Mary Stoops Lowell Strike Elaine Stursma Bill Stuve Marilyn Sutherland Rick Swank Lee Sweitzer Bonnie Switzer Mark Talbert John Tamashunas GORDIE MEYER Laura Taylor Enjoying a quiet moment in the senior lounge, Janet Susan Tempel Mills contemplates her post-graduation plans. SENIORS 203 Ty! 4 2 ko LS ود‎ aec er CTT Mos E dE کے ا وہ‎ E یکا‎ Ae mls 3 4 H Nancy Thiel 18 | 00 LH Chris Thompson Gayle Thompson Ray Tiffany 07 Rick Torkildson Mary Trow Cathy Truhe Cliff Unger Celeste Valentine Alan Vandeventer Ted Van Fossen Jon Van Oosbree Barb Vohs Tim Wagner Tom Walker Inga Wallize Pam Wallize Chuck Walter Alan Warren Debbie Wasel Nancy Wechsler Greg Weisshaar 204 SENIORS OOO OO ٌ-ت,٦وھیو۷سیمس“-پسیپی۷۲۰]ی۷پگسم‎ LM b ANDY RIGGS Friends of LACK, the underground yearbook, inspect the finished product. NOT PICTURED: Iglal Abdalla Robin Beach Sharon Brandt David Brown Rhonda Busch Mary Clendaniel Mike Davis Frank Flores Rick Wells Ellen Welshons Keith Wessel George Ann West Mark Wheeler Gary Wheelock Cindy Wierson Marcia Wierson Leslie Wiant Steve Williams Mark Willroth Scott Woldruff Linda Younie Kathy Zack Toni Brown Paul Cooper Virgil Erbe Mary Everson Nickie Facto Colleen Shaughnessy Randy Christenson Jill Francis Tom Henry Lee Hoffa Charles Key Laura Koerber Betsy Peterson Debra Putnum LeRoy Strand Carla Trueblood SENIORS 205 a سو‎ 2400000000. 50 seniors win awards, grants; other recognitions Fifty members of the class of 1971 re- ceived scholarships, awards, and recog- nitions at the scholarship awards assembly May 14. A total of 36 scholar- ships and financial grants were pre- sented. One junior, Nancy Talbot, also received an award. Other awards were presented at the fine rd ana ٥شس جس‎ o llam میں مض و سے تر ود‎ PT " re arts recognition assembly May 21 and at the athletic awards assembly May 25. A complete list follows: Scholarship SANDRA ALBERTSON — Ames Education Association teacher scholarship; Delta Tau Delta scholarship. JOHN MARK ALEXANDER — National Merit letter of commen- dation. WILLIAM ANDERSON- Kan- sas City Art Institute scholar- ship. MARY BETH ASKELSON- Story County March of Dimes scholarship; national nursing scholarship, College of St. Theresa. RUTH BARNARD - National Merit letter of commendation. JEFF R. BARNES- National Merit finalist; admission with recognition and scholastic award to lowa State Univer- sity. PHILIP R. BAUMANN — National Merit finalist. CAROL A. BOWEN -— National Merit letter of commendation. KARYL BOYD—Ames Business and Professional Women's Club scholarship LILI BRAN— Ames Community award. RICHARD D. BROWN - Nation- al Merit letter of commendation. PETER G. BUCK-Admission with recognition to lowa State University. KATHY A. BURKE- State of lowa scholarship; Clarke Col- lege scholarship. KENNETH D. BURKHART —Na- tional Merit finalist; admission with recognition and scholastic award to lowa State University. NANCY S. CHANTLAND — State of lowa scholarship. 206 CLARK KENT Cracking up over cracking the SPIRIT's photo credit code are AHS' two 1971 Merit Scholarship winners, Brad Hvistendahl and Tom Schattauer. MARY JANE COULSON —Na- tional Merit finalist; Horace Al- den Miller music scholarship at Cornell College; admission with recognition and scholastic award to lowa State. ERIC CRUMP —St. Olaf College scholarship. ELIZABETH A. DIEHL—Nation- al Merit letter of commenda- tion. MURIEL C. ECKSTEIN — Nation- al Merit letter of commenda- tion; Delta Kappa Gamma scholarship. BARBARA J. ELDRIDGE — ad- mission with recognition to lowa State University. ANITA L. GRAHAM — National Merit Achievement commenda- tion. At the awards assembly, Greg Brady, Ray Thomson, and Alain Moreau congratulate Bob Thor- becke on receiving honorable mention in a national Spanish contest. All four won state honors. KEVIN L. HANWAY — National Merit finalist; State of lowa scholarship; admission with recognitin to lowa State. DENNIS L. HOOVER -- National Merit letter of commendation. LINDA C. HOWERTON — State of lowa scholarship; Li ther Col- lege scholarship. BRADLEY J. HVISTENDAHL — National Merit finalist; Reader's Digest Merit scholarship to Macalester College. (He de- cided to attend St. Olaf College instead and received an hon- rary Merit scholarship.) STEVEN A. JENISON — National Merit finalist; admission with recognition and scholastic award to lowa State; State Uni- versity of lowa Scholarship for Freshmen. DENNIS JOHNSON- Industrial arts scholarship at University of Northern lowa. BARBARA L. KERN - National Merit letter of commendation: admission with recognition and scholastic award to lowa State. JUDITH A. KETCHAM —Na- tional Merit letter of commen- dation. NANCY L. KLUCK — State of lowa scholarship. ROBERT N. KRAFT — State of lowa scholarship; admission with recognition to lowa State. MARGARET A. LAPEHN— State of lowa scholarship; ad- mission with recognition and scholastic award to lowa State; GORDIE MEYER ISU music scholarship; Luther College regents scholarship. CYNTHIA LARSON — lowa Fed- eration of Women's Clubs scholarship. DEBORAH J. LARSON- Ad- mission with recognition to lowa State. GENE N. LARSON- National Merit letter of commendation. LISA LOWMAN — Ames Com- munity award. MAURINE A. MACBRIDE — Na- tional Merit finalist; Betty Crocker Homemaker of To- morrow award. JEFFREY L. MOHR—National Merit letter of commendation. ROSEMARIE ORTON—Ames Business Women's Associa- tion scholarship. MARK A. SANDERSON - Na- tional Merit finalist; admission with recognition and scholas- tic award to lowa State. THOMAS H SCHATTAUER — National Merit finalist; St. Olaf College Merit scholarship; State of lowa scholarship. SUZANNE SCHLUNZ - Nation- al Merit letter of commenda- tion. DAVID D. SCHULZE—Ames Homebuilders Auxiliary award. JAMES D. SCOTT- National Merit letter of commendation. E. ANN SEIDEL - National Merit letter of commendation. BECKY SEIM — National Merit letter of commendation. RANDALL W. SIMONS- Na- tional Merit finalist. MARILYN SUTHERLAND — Delta Kappa Gamma scholar- Ship. NANCY TALBOT — Daughters of the American Revolution history award. INGA WALLIZE—State Uni- versity of lowa freshman schol- arship. WILLIAM WEISSHAAR National Merit letter of com- mendation. SPANISH STATE FINALISTS IN NATION- AL SPANISH EXAM (placed in top 10 of their category)—Greg Brady, third year, first place; Alain Moreau, third place, non- native English speakers, ca- tegory; Bob Thorbecke, sec- ond year, second place; Ray Thomson, second year, third place; Kathy Abraham, third year; Richard Rusk, third year. FRENCH Ames High School second- year French students captured the first 13 places in the state in the National French Con- test. A first-year student also received a first place. FIRST-YEAR AWARDS — Jo- lene Satre, first place; Linda Lyman, fourth place. Diana Koupal presents the second-place trophy for display judging she won at the national DECA contest to Mr. Abel. SECOND-YEAR AWARDS — Ruth Montag and John Carl- Son, tie for first place; Steven Jenison, Sue Scott, Lyndl Eberhart, Mark Beattie, Sue Futrell, Buffy Axtell, Janet Dowell, Sara McCormack, Sylvia Lazo, Jan Brugger and Janice Kiser. THIRD-YEAR AWARDS — Sec- ond place, Joan Kempthorne; fourth place, Christie Dailey. FOURTH-YEAR AWARDS — Second place, Jeff Barnes; third place, Kathy Burke; fourth place, Jane Parks. DEBATE VARSITY DEBATE PINS- Kathy Abraham, Tim Hardy, Ken Simmons, John Ulmer. FORENSIC LEAGUE CERTIFI- CATES — Tim Hardy, Ken Sim- mons, John Ulmer. UNITED NATIONS ESSAY CONTEST- Brian Garrett. DECA AWARDS FIRST-PLACE STATE A- WARDS —Diana Koupal, dis- play judging; Lowell Strike, studies and marketing manual, department store merchandis- ing; Scott Woldruff, merchan- dise information manual. NATIONAL DECA AWARDS — Diana Koupal, second place, display judging; Scott Wold- ruff, honorable mention for merchandise information manual. INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARD — Dennis Christianson, Larry Hatch, Dennis Johnson, Don Scandrett. GROUP PROJECT PLAQUE AT INDUSTRIAL ARTS FAIR— Mark Lee and Dennis Parker, for plans and scale model of golf course. BLUE RIBBON AT FAIR—Dick Swenson, for model race car layout. Fine arts BAND AWARDS JUNIOR LETTER AWARDS — Bill Bachman, Bill Christer;- sen, Craig Cummings, Dwight Flemmer, Gary McFarlane, Greg Nelson, David Nickel, Jim Petersen, Dean Russell. JUNIOR LETTER AWARDS— Mary Kay Atkins, Bill Bachman, Shivaun Ball, Sherri Battles, Marla Boylan, Bill Christen- sen, Barb Clark, Linda Dougal, Anne Ewing, Dwight Flemmer, Kathy Geist, Michele Heer, Elsie Hoff, Margaret Homer, Darlene Jones, Joan Kemp- thorne, Kathy Kiser, Gary Mc- Farlane, Cynthis Martin, Greg Nelson, Dave Nickel, Marti Pace, Debbie Parrish, Jim Petersen, Sue Powell, Melody Powers, Dean Russell, Paul Solderholm, Dave Strodtman, Bard Weirson. SENIOR LETTER AWARDS— Carol Bowen, Lyn Bruin, Teresa Fryar, Dennis Hoover, Bruce Kirk, Jim Scott, Alan Vandeventer. IHSMA (FIRST-PLACE) MED- ALS—Mike Beaty, Patty Ben- eke, Linda Dougal, Dave Fullhart, David Hauser, Elsie Hoff, David Hoover, Joan Kempthorne, Barb Ketcham, Kathy Kiser, Meg Lapehn, Greg Nelson, David Nickel, Randy Simons, Paul Solder- holm, Ray Thomson, Mike Wilder, John Zmolek. SENIOR PINS—Mike Beaty, Gary Beeman, Ken Burkhart, Jim Burns, Jane Coulson, Bill Core, Jim Dickson, Joyce Hiserote, David Hauser, Steve Jenison, Mark Sanderson, Randy Simons, Ann Seidel. TWIRLERS, JUNIOR CERTIFI- CATES—Patty Conis, Letitia Smith, Charla Thies. TWIRLERS, SENIOR CERTI- FICATES—Mary Barrow, Di- anne Daffin, Anita Graham. ORCHESTRA CERTIFICATES — Patty Ben- eke, Jim Burns, Marvin Fisher, Becky Johnson, Sara McCor- mack, Dorothy Stuve. SILVER PINS—Jim Dickson, Joyce Hiserote, Joan Kemp- thorne, Laurel MacBride, Randy Simons, Kim Wass. GOLD PINS— Dave Barnes, Alison Exner, Elsie Hoff. LETTERS — Agnes Carbrey, Jane Coulson, Jennifer Coup- al, Dave Donelson, Jane Finch- am, Tom Hotchkiss, Bruce Kirk, Mark Metzler. SOLO-ENSEMBLE CONTEST AWARDS — Division ہا‎ Solo: Alison Exner, Elsie Hoff, Mark Metzler; Division ll, Solo: Jen- nifer Coupal, Marvin Fisher; Division ,ا‎ Ensemble: Agnes Carbrey, Jennifer Coupal, Dave Donelson, Alison Exner, Sara McCormack. VOCAL MUSIC SENIOR CERTIFICATES- Sharon Anderson, Maureen Ball, Jan Brugger, Carol Bow- en, Lori Carter, Theresa Cook, Scott Corbett, Jane Coulson, Kathy Cross, Nickie Facto, Teresa Fryar, Marilyn Gibbs, Patty Hadaway, David Hauser, Dennis Hoover, Tom Hotch- kiss, Linda Howerton, Linda Hyer, Judy Jackson, Becca Johnson, Julie Kinseth, Maur- ine MacBride, Kris Moorman, Jane Parks, Betsy Peterson, Mark Potter, Tom Schattauer, Theresa Sexton, Chris Thomp- son, Gayle Thompson, Barb Moldenhauer, Marcia Weirson. BRONZE PINS (to seniors voted by Choir members to have contributed the most)— Tom Hotchkiss, Becca John- son, Tom Schattauer, Chris Thompson. 207 DRAMA PALM AWARDS — Carol Bow- en, Toni Brown, Sheron Buch- ele, Ann Budolfson, Mary Donhowe, Kris Kiser, Genene McNabb, Cynthia Martin, Kris Moorman, Bill Rasmussen, Tom Schattauer, Janice Snyder. STAR AWARDS-Phil Bau- mann, Meg Dobson, Tom Hotchkiss, Susi Schlunz, Inga Wallize. MASK AWARDS-Phil Bau- mann, Tom Hotchkiss. PUBLICATIONS WEB " MOST VALUABLE STAFFER " — Beth Askelson, Mary Everson, Alice Beer, Maureen Ball, Rick Reger. ۱ ٰ ٰ , تسچ E " (éi " a, OLET: d — POLARIS STAR — Scott Kream- | s NEA | | تب ںہ‎ NE ME Reger, Brad Hvis- Recipients of French Club travel fund, Steve Jenison, Candy Charity, Joan Kempthorne, Lynd! Eberhart, and Kathy Burke point out where they were to study in France during the summer. SE ۱ a SPIRIT AWARDS: H e 7 m € یس GOLD CRAFTSMAN AWARD (NSPA)—Beth Askelson, Jane Lundvall, Mary Macheak, Dave Schulze. SILVER CRAFTSMAN AWARD — Christie Dailey, Mark Fisher, Gordon Meyer, Mary Serovy, Karen Wass. CERTIFICATES—Peggy Barr, Tom Bliss, Pete Buck, Joan Carter, Linda Crom, Anne Ewing, Nancy Jellinger, Larry Katz, Charles Key, Todd Miller, Andy Riggs, Susi Schlunz, Brian Stafford, Jean Svec, Andy Ward. Athletics The following athletic scholar- ships were announced: LARRY LOOTS-—lowa State basketball scholarship. SCOTT MILLIKIN—University of lowa football scholarship. TOM PANTENBURG- Little Cyclones Club scholarship; athletic scholarship to lowa State. JOHN SCHOENEMAN — North- ern Michigan University wrest- ling scholarship. LETTERS The following letters were awarded: FOOTBALL — Seniors, Steve Barrett, Ted Birdseye, Rick Bowlds, Bob Castner, Paul Clark, Randy Eckard, Jeff Herrick, Jeff Hiedeman, Steve Jackson, Kim Jarrell, Dennis Johnson, Lance McGilliard, Pat ۱۷۸۲۱۱۶۱۲٥ Scott Millikin; 208 juniors, Kent Anderson, Pete Anderson, Mike Fowles, Hon Greiner, Steve Hildebrand, Jeff Kuehl, Bill Kunerth, Jeff Schoeneman, Dan Spencer, John Tysseling, Terry Warren, Kyle Williams, Ken York; Gary Wheelock, David Hilde- brand, and John Fredericksen, trainers, managers, and statis- ticians. CROSS-COUNTRY — Steve Herrnstadt, Bruce Buck, Tim Soden, Paul Montag, Alain Moreau, Greg Weisshaar, sen- iors; Tom Lockhardt, Brian Stafford, Paul Swenson, jun- IOrs. BASKETBALL —Gene Larson, Larry Loots, Alan Vandeven- ter, Bruce Carlson, Pete Buck, Bruce Buck, Rick Wells, Jim Scott, Steve Jackson, seniors; Gary Grindeland, Nic Classick, juniors; Terry Carroll, sopho- more; Dave Hildebrand and Bill Christensen, trainers. WRESTLING - Ted Birdseye, Ron Bowman, Hank Campbell, Dennis Maile, Paul Montag, Doug Pyle, John Schoeneman, Cliff Unger, Gary Wheelock, Jeff Hiedeman, seniors; Ron Greiner, Bruce Greene, Mike Fowles, juniors; Mark Donald- son, Jim Kinney, Paul Schat- tauer; Dennis Johnson, sen- ior, Greg McLaughlin, junior, John Fredrickson, sophomore, Bledsoe, Tom Bliss, Lee Don- aldson, Dan Fitzgerald, Gary Haupt, Jeff McRoberts, Todd Miller, Jim Moldenhauer, Jim Scholten, Bob Sprowell. juniors; Bob Reinbold, sopho- more; Craig Bergason, Gordon Meyer, Andy Riggs, managers. GOLF — Pete Buck, Neil Cal- houn, Gary Grindeland (mgr.), Paul Sanders, Matt Sexton, Pat Sexton, Dave Sprowell. TENNIS— Pete Barcus, Dave Barnes, Jeff Barnes, Jim Burns, Jim Dickson, Larry Hatch, Steve Kline, Bob Kraft, Jim Scott, Ed Seifert, Randy Simons, A! Vandeventer TRACK —Kent Anderson, Hick Bowlds, Bruce Buck, Bruce Carlson, Dave Davies, Steve Herrnstadt, Jeff Hiedeman, Steve Jackson, Scott Kreamer, John Larson, Tom Lockhart, Larry Loots, Gary McConnell, Lance McGilliard, Jim Molden- bauer Tom Pantenburg, Larry Peterson, Duane Hichards, Marc Sakamoto, Steve Sav- age, Jeff Schoneman, Tim So- den, Rick Swank, Greg Weis- shaar; managers Dave Hilde- brand, Gordie Meyer, Gary Wheelock. GIRLS' GOLF— Buffy Axtell, Deb Carlson, Kristi Fritsch, Sarah Grant, LuAnn Hansen, Sue Scott. trainers. à SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS — Sandra Albertson receives a teacher edu- cation award at AEA banquet; Dennis Johnson, who won a four-year scholarship to UNI, is recognized at assembly. SWIMMING — John Alexander, Bob Crawford, Frank Gartin, Kevin Hanway, Erik Hegstrom, Scott Kreamer, seniors; Bob Seniors list activities, honors for high school years ABDALLA, IGLAL AIDROUS: HR 307: moved from Sudan, 1969. ADAMS, ZOEANN KAY: HR 310. ALBERTSON, SANDRA QUEEN: HR 118; Girls’ Serv. Comm, 10, 11, 12 chm. 12, SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Welfare Comm. 12, SC Homecoming Comm. 12; GRA 10, 11 rep. 10, 11; French Club 10, 11, 12; lab ass't. 11. ALEXANDER, JOHN MARK: HR 310; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; football 10, Wres- tling 10, 11, swimming 12; Band: Sym- phonic 10, 11, 12, March 10, 11, 12; VICA. ALLEN, JAMES DAVID: HR 120. ANDERSON, BARBARA ELLEN: HR 111; Pep Club 10, 11; Orch. 10, 11; DECA. ANDERSON, CHRISTENE L.: HR 206; Cheer- squad 11, 12 capt. 12; HR v. pres. 11, Jr. Exec., Sr. Senate, SPIRIT rep. 11, hall monitor 11; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee. ANDERSON, SHARON LOUISE: HR 209; hall monitor 11; GRA 10, 11; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee, A Capella Choir 11; DECA, lib. ass't. 10, 11, 12. ANDERSON, WILLIAM DAVID: HR 111; wres- tling 10, intra. basketball 12; Band: Soph., March. 10; Spanish Club 11; Art Club 10. ANDREAE, JEANNE MARIE: HR 302; Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Concert 11, March 10, 11, 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus; Spanish Club 10, 11; cadet teach., Dance 11. ARCHER, PATRICIA JOAN: HR 306; lib. ass t. 10, 11. ARPPE, HEIKKI JUHANI: HR 310; swimming mgr. 12; Band: Symphonic 12, March, 12; Model UN 12; YFU exchange student from Finland, 1970: Student Council 11; Band 107 ASKELSON, MARY BETH: HR 307; Student Council 11, HR v. pres. 10, 11, Sr. Senate, Stud. Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12 chm. 12; Pep Club 10, 11; SPIRIT staff 11, 12, ads editor 12, WEB; nurse exp. 12; Miracle Worker cast 10. BAKER, MARTHA ANN: HR 319; HR sec. 10, 11, HR treas. 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; YFU Germany, 1970. BAKER, KAREN RAE: HR 314; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 10, 11, 12, SC Social Comm. 10, 11, 12 chm. 12; GRA 10, 11; Band: Soph., Concert 10, 11, March. 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11: French Club 10: drama crew 10. BAKER, KATHLEEN JOAN: HR 307; Pep Club 10, 11. BALL, MAUREEN YVONNE: HR Lib.; hall monitor 10, Pep Club 10, 11, rep. 12; Band: March. 11, 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee; WEB; drama crew 10. BARNARD, RUTH ANNA: HR 130; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; Pep Club 11, 12; GRA 11; German Club; moved from Bellevue, N.D., 1968. BARNES, JEFF RICHARD: HR 209; Merit Sch. finalist; swimming 10, tennis 10, 11, 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; SCRATCH PAD; Model UN 11, 12. BARRETT, STEVEN DOUGLAS: HR 302; foot- ball 10, 11, 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11. BARROW, MARY: HR 130; HR v. pres. 10, 11, HR sec. 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 10; GRA 10, 11 Rep. 11; Band: twirler 11, 12; DECA; Sleeping Beauty cast 10, crewhead jh BARTON, JON PHILIP: HR 306; wrestling 10, tennis 10. BAUMANN, PHILIP R.: HR 307' Merit Sch. finalist; SC Human Rights Comm. 12 co- chm. 12; SCRATCH PAD; Palm Club 12 V. Pres. 12, Crucible cast 11, crews 10, 11, 12, crewhead 10, 11, 12. BAUSKE, LYNN: HR 310; HR sec. 10, 11, Jr. Exec., Sr. Senate co-treas., Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 10; GRA 10; cadet teach. BEACH, ROBIN JOYCE: HR 118; moved from Nevada, lowa, 1969: Pep Club 10. BEATTIE, ELIZABETH ANN: HR Lib. BEATY, MICHAEL ALAN: HR 308; Key Club 10; Band: Symphonic 10, 11, 12 sec. 12, Pep 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12, Stage 10, 11, 12; All-State Band 11, 12. BEEMAN, GARY JOE: HR 314; Track 10, intra. basketball 10, 11; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12, Stage 11; 12: BEER, ALICE ANN: HR 120; Cheersquad 11; Girls' Serv. Comm. 12 treas. 12, SPIRIT rep. 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Homecom- ing Comm. 11, 12, SC Social Comm. 10; Synchronettes 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11; WEB; cadet teach., Dance. BENBOW, JAMES K.: HR 319; fall track 10, 11, wrestling 10, track 10, intra. basketball 11; VICA. BENNETT, DEBRA SUSANNE: HR 111; Girls' Serv. Comm. 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12; Jr. Sr. Pops 11, 12; French Club 10, 11; cadet teach. BENTON, CONNIE LUANN: HR 130. BERTHELSEN, JULIE DIANE: HR 120; Pep Club 11,12; GRA 11; French Club 11; nurse exp. 12; moved from Albion, Nebraska, 1969, Pep Club 10; GRA 10; Band: Soph., Pep 10, March. 10; Girls' Track 10. BIRDSEYE, VICTOR THEODORE II: HR Lib.; football 10, 11, 12, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12. BLACKBURN, TERRY RICHARD: HR 306; Soph. Mixed Chorus, A Capella Choir 11. BODEN, PHILLIP TODD: HR 310; football 10, 11, track 10; DECA, audio-visual 10; S eep- ing Beauty cast 10, crews 10, 11, crewhead TORIS BOGENRIEF, RODNEY E.: HR 118. BOWEN, CAROL ANN: HR 209; Band: Con- cert 11, 12, March. 11, 12; A Capella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee, Madrigal 12; All-State Chorus 12; French Club 10; SCRATCH PAD; Dance 12; Rumpelstiltskin cast 11, One Acts cast 11, crews 10, 11, 12. BOWLDS, RICK: HR 111; football 10, 11, 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12. BOWMAN, RONALD LAWSON: HR 206; fall track 10, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10. BOYD, KARYL MARIE: HR 302; HR sec. 10, SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11; Band: Soph., March. 10, 11; Dance 11, Office Ed. 12 v. pres. 12. BRECKENRIDGE, ROBERT WAYNE: HR 302. BROWN, ANTOINETTE LEIGH: HR Lib.; Pep Club 11, SC Human Rights Comm. 11; Model UN 11, 12; Drama: One Acts cast 11, Member of the Wedding cast 12, drama crews 11; moved from United Community High School, lowa, 1969: intra. track 11. BROWN, RICHARD DEAN: HR 306; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; SC Public Rela- tions Comm. 10, 11, SC Social Comm. 12, SC Constitution Comm. 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus; fall track 10, 11, football 10, base- ball 12, intra. basketball 10, 11, 12; German Club 10, 11; VICA. BRUGGER, JESSICA ANN: HR 307; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, SPIRIT rep. 12, Pep Club 10, 11 rep. 11; Jr. Sr. Pops 12; French Club 11, 12 v. pres. 12, Latin Club 10 sec. 10; YFU Germany, 1970; Sleeping Beauty cast 10, Member of the Wedding cast 12, crew 10. BRUIN, MARILYN JO: HR 308; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 cabinet 12 rep. 11, 12, GRA 10, 11 rep. 10, 11; Band: Twirler 10, 11, 12; WEB; Dance 10, 11, 12, cadet teach. BUCK, BRUCE WILLIAM: HR 308; Jr. Exec. pres., Sr. Senate v. pres., A-Club 12, Fire- squad 10, 11; fall track 11, cross-country 12, football 10, basketball 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12; French Club 11. BUCK, CONNIE LOUISE: HR 302; SC 11, Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10; Spanish 10, 11; WEB; cadet teach. BUCK, PETER GOODRICH: HR 314; SC rep. 10,11, HR v. pres. 10, A-Club 10, 11, 12, hall monitor 11, Firesquad 10, 11; fall track 10, 11, cross-country 12, basketball 10, 11, 12, golf 10, 11, 12; SPIRIT 12, St. Louis Park Exchange 11. BUDOLFSON, ANN CHRISTINE: HR 319; Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchronettes 11, GRA 10; Spanish Club 10, WEB; cadet teach.; Rumpelstiltskin cast 11, One Acts cast 10, drama crew 10, 11 crewhead 11. BURKHART, KENNETH DAVID: HR 319; Merit Sch. Finalist; Student Council 10, 12, Jr. Exec., SC Welfare Comm. 12 chm. 12, Ames Youth Advisory Council 12; intra. basketball 11; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, 12, pres. 12, Pep 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12, Stage 10, 11, 12; SCRATCH PAD; Latin Club 10 pres. 10; Boys' State 11. BURKE, KATHLF-2: . ANNETTE: HR Lib.; French Club 10, 11, 12; SCRATCH PAD; lab. ass't. 11, Science Seminar 10, 11. BURNS, JAMES WILLIAM: HR Lib.; A-Club 12, hall monitor 10; swimming 10, 11, ten- nis 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph. 10, Symphonic 11, 12 v. pres. 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12, Stage 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11, 12; Li’ Abner Orch. 10. BUSCH, DANIEL PAUL: HR 130; Student Council v. pres. 12; SC Serv. Comm. 12; football 10. SENIOR ACTIVITIES 209 BUSCH, RHONDA ALLISON: HR 120; A Cap- pella Choir 12; library ass't. 12; nurse exp. 12, moved from Allison- Bristow, 1970: Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee; Science Club. BUTTERMORE, KRISTINE KAY: HR 130; HR v. pres. 10, HR sec. 11, SC Welfare Comm. 12; Girls' Glee 10, A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10; All-State Chorus 12; Spanish Club 10; drama 10. CALHOUN, NEIL ROBERT: HR 120; A-Club 11, 12; Golf 11, 12; French Club 10, 11. CAMERON, WAYNE NEIL: HR 118; VICA. CAMPBELL, HANK: HR 124; wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10, 12. CANON, LINDA KAY: HR 120; Office Ed. 12; drama crew 10. CANUTE, JACK R.: HR 206; fall track 10, 11, wrestling 10, 11, track 10. CARLSON, BRUCE ALAN: HR 209; HR pres. 10, v. pres. 11, Jr. Exec., A-Club 10, 11, 12, hall monitor 11; fall track 10, 11, cross- country 12, basketball 10, 11, 12, track 10, haat CARLSON. DEEAN RAE: HR 118; HR sec. 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11, Golf 11: cadet teach. CARLSON, ROBERT L.: HR 302; swimming 10 baseball 10; DECA 12. CARNEY, MARY KATHLEEN: HR 111; hall monitor 10; GRA 10, Golf 11; Soph. Girls’ Glee; nurse exp. CARTER, JOAN DEE: HR 206; SPIRIT 11, 12, WEB; cadet teach. CARTER, LORALLEE ANN: HR 209; nurse exp. CASTNER, ROBERT ARTHUR: HR 306; Stud. Serv. Comm. 11, 12; football 10, 11, 12, tennis 11, 12. CERWICK, DONALD MATTHEW: HR 307; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, March. 10, 112 CHANTLAND, NANCY SUE: HR 306; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchronettes 11; Latin Club 10; nurse exp.; drama crew 10. CHEEVER, NANCY ANN: HR 307; drama crew 10. CHILDS, SUSAN: HR 308; drama crew 10. CHRISTENSEN, LEE M.: HR 308; football 10, 12 CHRISTIANSON, DENNIS LEE: HR 319; VICA. CHRISTENSON, RANDY EUGENE: HR 302; Band: Symphonic 12, March. 12; moved from Johnston, lowa, 1970. CLARK, PAUL MARTIN: HR 130; football 10, 11, 12, indoor track 10, baseball 10. CLAUDE, DENNIS WAYNE: HR 310; VICA. COLE, TERRY JEAN: HR 306: Girls’ Serv. Comm. 12: moved from West Bend, 1969: softball 11; Choir 10, 11. CONARD, DARLA JEAN: HR 319; hall mon- itor 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; A Cappella Choir 10, 11, Jr. Sr. Pops 10, 11, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee; Spanish Club 11, 12; WEB; DECA historian. CONIS, PETER JOHN: HR 120; wrestling 10, indoor track 11, tennis 10, 11; VICA. CONSTANTINE, JAMES PETER: HR 111; Student Council Rep. 11, 12, SC Social 210 SENIOR ACTIVITIES Comm. 11, 12; football 10, indoor track 10, track 10, intra. basketball 10, 11, 12; WEB. COOK, THERESA MARIE: HH Lib; Cheer- squad 10, 11; Pep Club 10, 11; Synchron- ettes 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee, Choir 11; Spanish Club 10; DECA. COOPER, PAUL RICHARD: HR 206; football 11, 12, indoor track 11, 12. CORBETT, JOHN SCOTT: HR 209; HR pres. 12; indoor track 10, swimming 10, track 10; A Cappella Choir 12; WEB; Oklahoma! cast 11, crew 11. CORE, WILLIAM LEE: HR 302; football 10, swimming 11, basketball 10, track 10, 12, golf 10, 11, intra. basketball 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, Pep 12, March. 10, 11, 12. COULSON, MARY JANE: HR Lib.; Merit Sch. finalist; HR v.pres. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee, A Cappella Choir 11; French Club 10; SCRATCH PAD iil: CRAWFORD, ROBERT M.: HR 306; A-Club 10, 12, Key Club 11, 12; swimming 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 12, March. 10°95 12: Oren: LE CRAWFORD, WENDI: HR 130; DECA: moved from Cedar Rapids Jefferson, 1970: Mixed Chorus 10, Choir 11; Usher's Club 10, 11; Drama 10, 11. CROSS, KATHLEEN MARIE: HR 310; Pep Club 10, 11, 12, cabinet 12; GRA 10, 11; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee, Choir 11; German Club 11; Office Ed. 12 treas. 12. CROWE, KAREN LORRAINE: HR 120; Choir 12; drama 11; DECA. CRUMP, ERIC HART: HR 307; HR pres. 10, 11, SC Curriculum Comm. 11, 12; wrestling 10; SCRATCH PAD 11; Theology Club 12. DAFFIN, DIANE ELIZABETH: HR 118; HR pres. 10, HR v.pres. 12, SPIRIT rep 10, hall monitor 10, Pep Club 10, 11, SC Halls and Grounds Comm. 10, SC Social Comm. 12 chm. 12; Synchronettes 10; Band: March. 10, 11, 12, twirler 10, 11, 12 capt. 11, 12; Science Seminar 10, YFU Sweden, 1970; Health Occupations 12. DAHL, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH: HR 129. DAHLGREN, RICHARD N.: HR 314; SC Health Ed. Comm. 11; football 10, wrestling 10, track 10; WEB. DAVIES, DAVID WILLIAM: HR 308; Fire squad 10, 11, Stud. Serv. Comm. 12; fall track 11, cross country 12, football 10, indoor track 10, 11, 12, basketball 10, track 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 11, 12, cadet teach. DAVIS, DIANE M.: HR 111; HR pres. 10, 11, HR v.pres. 10, hall monitor 10, Pep Club 10, 11, SC Social Comm. 10, SC Welcoming Comm. 10, SC Health Ed. Comm. 11, 12 sec. 12; Synchronettes 10, 11; WEB; cadet teach. DAVIS, MICHAEL WAYNE: HR 118; Swim- ming 12; moved from Des Moines, lowa, 1970. DAVIS, PAMELA RAJEAN: HR 206; nurse exp. DAVIS, RODNEY KIRK: HR 314; track 12, golf 12. DE CAMPOS, REGINA MARCIA ANTUNES: HR 209; Pep Club 12; Dance 12; moved from Brazil, 1970; swimming 10, 11, volley- ball 11; French Club 10. DEMIREL, CHEVY: HR 319; Student Council pres. 12; football 10, wrestling 10, intra. basketball 11, 12. DENGLER, MARY LOUISE: HH 302. DICKSON, JAMES EDWARS: HR Lib.; HR pres. 10, A-Club 10, 11, 12, Jr. Exec., SC Welcoming Comm. 12 chm. 12; wrestling 10, indoor track 11, 12, tennis 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 12; Band: Soph., Sym- phonic 10, 11, 12, Pep 10, 11, 12, March 10, 11, 12, Stage 10, 11, 12; Orch. 11, 12, All- State Band 10, 11, 12, Wartburg Honor Band 12. DIEHL, ELIZABETH ANN: HR 306; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; HR sec. 10, 11; Ger- man Club 11, sec. 11. DOBSON, MEG EVONNE: HR 307; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Drill Team 12; Dance 11; Sleep- ing Beauty cast 10, crew 10, 11, 12, crew head 10, 11, 12. DODD, JOEL CHRISTOPHER: HR 130; fall track 11, indoor track 10, 11, swimming 10, track 10. DONELSON, DAVID HARLAN: HR 111; Orch. 12: All-State Orch. 12; moved from Mar- shalitown, lowa 1970. DORAN, LEISA HOXSEY: HR 308; Cheer- squad 11, 12 sec treas. 12; HR pres. 10, 11, HR v.pres. 12, HR sec. 11, HR treas. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 10, SC Awards Comm. 10, SC Cellar Comm. 11, SC Drug Comm. 11, 12, SC Social Comm. 12: GRA 10, Gymnastics 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; web; cadet teach. DUNCAN. JANE ALLYN: HR 314; HR pres. 12; SC Human Rights Comm. 10, 11, 12, chm. 12. DUNLAP, BARBARA JEAN: HR 319; SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, Syn- chronettes 12, Gymnastics 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee; Spanish Club 11, 12; drama 10. EBERT. GEORGE MEYER: HR 310; Art Club: drama crew 12. ECKARD, RANDOLPH JAMES: HR 120; HR sec. 10, 11, 12, HR treas. 10, 11, 12, A-Club 11, 12; football 10, 11, 12, basketball 10, track 10, intra. basketball 11, 12, DECA pres. ECKSTEIN, MURIEL CAROL: HR Lib.; Merit Sch. letter of commend; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Band: Concert 10, Symphonic 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; cadet teach. ELDRIDGE, BARBARA: HR 130; Student Council sec. 12, Cheersquad 10, 11, 12; HR pres. 10, 11, 12, HR v. pres. 11, SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; Band: Soph., March. 10; French Club 10, 11, v.-pres. 11. ELLIOTT, DAVID WILLIAM: HR 118; HR v-- pres. 11; intra. basketball 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12. ELLIOTT, ROGER WAYNE: HR 111; VICA. ENESS, DAVID CARLTON: HR 206. ENQUIST, JO ELLEN: HR 310; Student Council rep. 11, 12, Sr. Senate rep., CO: treas., Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; Band: March. 10; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee; French Club 10, 11, 12; Food Council 11, Office Ed 12. ERBE, VIRGIL LAVERNE, JR.: HR 209; foot- ball 12, swimming 11; DECA. ANDY WARD MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS — Front, Tom Schattauer, Jeff Barnes, Maurine MacBride, Jane Coulson, Randy Simons, Brad Hvistendahl; back, Steve Jenison, Ken Burkhart, Kevin Hanway, Mark Sanderson, Phil Baumann. ERICKSON, SYDNEY KAY: HR 302; Pep Club 10, 11; DECA; Helen Keller cast 10, crew 11, 12. ERNEST, STEVEN JOHN: HR 306. EVERSON, MARY MATHILDA: HR 120; Jr. Exec.; Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, cabinet 12, rep 12; SC Home- coming Comm. 12, SC Assembly Comm. 12; GRA 10, Synchronettes 12, Gymnas- tics 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls; Glee, Jr. Sr. Pops 11, Choir 11, 12; WEB; Dance 11; Sleeping Beauty cast 10, Okla- homa cast 11, crew 11, crewhead 11. FACTO, NICOLETTE MARIE: HR 118; Pep Club 10, 11; Jr. Sr. Pops 12; French Club 11, 12. FINCHAM, JANE RUTH: HR 111, GRA 10, rep. 10; Orch. 10, 11, 12, v.-pres. 10, pres. 1032 FINNEGAN, THOMAS CHARLES: HR 307; v.-pres. 11, A-Club 12; wrestling 12, swim- ming 10, track 12, baseball 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 11; DECA pres. FLORES, FRANK: HR 308. FOLEY, KIRK DOUGLAS: HR 314; HR Treas. 10: Band; Soph., March. 10. FRANCIS, JILL P.: HR 206. FRANGOS, HELEN LOUISE: HR 209; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Choir 11, cadet teach. FRIBLEY, WILLIAM QUAIFE: HR Lib.; HR v.pres. 12; football 10, 11, indoor track 10, 12, track 10, 11, 12. FRIEDERICH, CHARLES MATTHEW: HR 310; HR v.pres. 10; German Club 10, 11; VICA. FRIEDRICH, WILLIAM JOSEPH: HR 130; HR pres. 11, SC Drug Comm. 11; football 10, indoor track 10, 11, 12, basketball 10, golf 10, baseball 10; Band: Soph., March. 10, 11; German Club 11; WEB; DECA. FRITZ, KIM ALLEN: HR 129. FRYAR, TERESA ANN: HR 302; SPIRIT rep. 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 11, 12, SC Social Comm. 12; bat girl 11; twirler 10, 11, 12, capt. 11; Jr Sr. Pops 11, Choir 12; WEB; Dance 10, 11. 12; Oklahoma cast 11. GALLAHAN, MARK STEVEN: HR 120; VICA. GAMMON, RICHARD DUANE: HR 118; VICA. GARLAND, LEANNE MARY: HR 307; Pep Club 10, 11, DECA. GARRETT, JAMES BRIAN: HR 111; Sr. Sen- ate, SPIRIT Rep. 12, hall monitor 11; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, Pep 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12. GARTIN, FRANKLIN PAUL: HR 206; A-Club 11, 12; football 12, indoor track 10, swim- ming 10, 11, 12, track 10; German Club 11. GAUGER, BARBARA ANN: HR 129. GEORGE PEGGY ANN: HR 302; moved from Walker, lowa, 1970: Choir 11. GERDES, BARRY LYNN: HR 302; VICA Of- ficer 12. GETTY, RIKEL KENT: HR 306; Sr. Senate: swimming 10; Physics lab ass't. 12. GIBBS, MARILYN JEAN: HR 319; Sr. Senate, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 pres. 12 rep. 11, SC Welcoming Comm. 11; GRA 10, 11; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee, Choir 11; French Club 10; WEB; DECA Historian. GILLISPIE, KERRY D.: HR 129. GLASS, DOMONI R.: HR Lib.; SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11; Band: Soph., Concert 11, March. 10, 11; German Club 11. GRAHAM, ANITA LOUISE: HR 310; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; HR sec. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Citizen. Comm. 10, SC Assembly Comm. 11; Band: twirler 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11 Rep. 10, 11; Spanish Club 10, 12 Hep. 10; Dance 10, 11, 12; drama crew 10. GRANT, JAMES DONALD: HR 306; HR v.- pres. 12, SC Lounge Comm. 12; fall track 11, cross-country 10, indoor track 10, track 10, intra. basketball 12; WEB; Mem- ber of the Wedding cast 12. GRAY, JOHN ROBERT: HR 111; swimming 12, golf 12; moved from Carlisle, Penn., 1970: golf 11. HADAWAY, PATRICIA ANN: HR 120; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 11; Synchronettes 11, 12, Drill Team 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; YFU Philippines 1970; drama crews 11, crewhead 11. HAGEMAN, CATHY JEAN: HR 118; HR sec. 10, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 11; GRA 11, Gymnas- tics 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee; WEB; cadet teach. HALDEMAN, LINDA LEE: HR 318. HALE, TERESA ANN: HR 111; SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10; DECA. HALL, CYNTHIA GAIL: HR 206; Cheersquad 10, 11, 12 pub. mgr. 12; hall monitor 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 12; cadet teach. HAMILTON, NORMA JEAN: HR 209; Student Council 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Assembly Comm. 10, 11; GRA 10, 11; Ger- man Club 10, 11; WEB. HANDLEY, MICHAEL D.: HR 308; cross coun- try 12, indoor track 12, swimming 10, track 11, 12; lib. ass't. 11, biology lab. ass't. 12. HANNUSCH, ANNA MARIE: HR 302; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; WEB. HANWAY, KEVIN LEIGH: HR 307; Merit Sch. finalist; Student Council 12, Jr. Exec., SC Curriculum Comm. 12; swimming 11, 12; French Club 10, 11; WEB, SCRATCH PAD; Boys' State 11. HART, DEBRA JEAN: HR 319; Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; French Club 10, 11; Dance 12. HARTMAN, PHILIP STEWART: HR 318; stu- dent body vice-president 12; HR treas. 11; intra. basketball 10, 11, 12. HATCH, LARRY OLSEN: HR 319; tennis 10, 192 HAUSER, DAVID W.: HR 130; HR v. pres. 12; wrestling 10, track 11, 12; Band: Soph., Concert 11, Symphonic 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Orch. 11, 12; lib. ass't.; SC Activity Ticket Comm. 11. HAVILAND, BRUCE WILLIAMS: HR Lib. HEDBERG, LINDA RAE: HR Lib.; Pep Club 10, 11; DECA. HEGSTROM, ERIK ROY: HR 310; A-Club 11, 12; indoor track 10, swimming 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., March. 10, 11, 12; WEB; YFU Brazil, 1970. HELLAND, KAREN J.: HR 130; Synchron- ettes 10; Spanish Club 10; Art Club 10; drama crews 10, crewhead 10. SENIOR ACTIVITIES 211 HENDERSON, JAMIE LEE: HR Lib. HENRY, T. COLEMAN: HR 111; Madrigal 11; Art Club 10, wrestling 10; Spanish Club 11. HERRICK, JEFFERY GLEN: HR 206; Student Council 11, hall monitor 11, fire squad 11; football 10, 11, 12, basketball 10, 11, intra- basketball 12; WEB. HERRNSTADT, STEVEN MICHAEL: HR 209; SPIRIT rep. 12; cross-country 10, 11, 12, capt. 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 10, 11, 12; French Club 10. HICKS, LINDA SUE: HR 310; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 1 1; WEB; cadet teach. HEIDEMAN, JEFFREY L.: HR 302; Sr. Senate rep.; football 10, 12, wrestling 10, 12, track 10, 12; in Tallahassee, Florida, 1970. HIGHLAND, GREGORY JAMES: HR 306; Fire- squad 11, 12; fall track 10, cross-country 10, 11, football 10, indoor track 10, 11, track 10; WEB. HISEROTE, JOYCE ELAINE: HR 120; Student Council 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Welfare Comm. 12, SC Homecoming Comm. 12; Band; Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, Pep 11, 12, March 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10, Ensem- ble 11; French Club 10, 11; WEB, SCRATCH PAD; Drama Orch. 11. HOFF, BARBARA JEAN: HR 118; HR v. pres. 10, 11, hall monitor 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee; SPIRIT 11; DECA v. pres. HOFFA, LEE RAY: HR 306. HOGAN, KENNETH ROBERT: HR 306; Stu- dent Council 12, HR v. pres. 11, Jr. Exec., A-Club 11, 12; fall track 10, 11, indoor track 11, 12, tennis 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, Pep 11, March 10, 11, 12; German Club 10; WEB. HOOVER, DENNIS LINN: HR 308; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; Key Club 10, 11, 12 sec. 11 pres. 12; Band: Symphonic 11, 12, Pep 11, 12, March 11, 12; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Choir 11, 12, All-State Chorus 11; John Brown's Body cast 10. HOTCHKISS, THOMAS RICHARD: HR 306; Orch. 10, 11, 12, A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Madrigal 12; Spanish Club 11, 12 rep. 12; lib. ass't 10, 11; Palm Club 11, 12 pres. 12, One Acts cast 10, 11, Oklahoma! cast 11, Crucible cast 11, Rumpelstiltskin cast 11, cast 11, crews 10, 11, 12. HOWE, TREVOR G., JR.: HR 318; wrestling 10. HOWERTON, LINDA CHRISTINE: HR 111; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, comm. chm. 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 12; Band: twir- ler 10; A Cappella Choir 11, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee, Choir 11; Latin Club 10; nurse exp. HUTCHCROFT, DENNETT C.: HR 319; swim- ming 10. HVISTENDAHL, BRADLEY JOHN: HR 310; Merit Sch. finalist; WEB, SCRATCH PAD: One Acts cast 11, crews 10, 11. HYER, LINDA KAY: HR 206; Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Soph Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee; cadet teach., lib. aset 10. JACKSON, JUDY KAYE: HR 206; Pep Club 11, 12: A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Jr. Sr. Pops 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Madrigal 11, 12, Choir 11, 12; moved from Mitchellville, lowa, 1969. JACKSON, STEPHEN ROBINS: HH 120; HR v. pres. 10, HR sec.-treas. 11, A-Club 10, 11, 12, Firesquad 10, 11; football 10, 11, 12 212 SENIOR ACTIVITIES co-capt. 12, indoor track 11, basketball 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12; WEB. JARRELL, ROBERT KIM: HH 118; Student Council 11, Sr. Senate, A-Club 12, hall monitor 11; football 11, 12, track 11, base- ball 11, 12, intra. basketball 11, 12; moved from Chicopee, Mass., 1969; football 10, intra. basketball 10. JENISON, STEVEN ARNOLD: HR 118; Merit Sch. finalist; SC Public Relations Comm. 12 chm. 12; swim show 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, publicity head 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12, Stage 11; French Club 11, 12 pres. 12, Latin Club 10, v. pres. 10; SCRATCH PAD. JENSEN, KAREN LYNN: HR 302; HR sec. 11, Pep Club 10, 11; French Club 10; Office Ed. 12; Sleeping Beauty cast 10, crews 10. JOHNSON, DENNIS V.: HR 111; A-Club 10, 11, 12; football 10, 11, 12, wrestling 11, 12 trainer 11, 12, basketball 10 trainer 10, track 10, 11, 12; Band: Symphonic 11, March. 10, Stage 10, 11, 12; WEB. JOHNSON, DORENE: HR 306; hall monitor 11, Pep Club 10, 11 rep. 10; GRA 10. JOHNSON, REBECCA LOIS: HR 319; New- comers’ Club 12; A Cappella Choir 12, Jr. Sr. Pops 12, Madrigal 12; moved from Clear Lake, lowa, 1970: Girls Serv. Club 10, 11, Pep Club 10; Drill Team 10; Band: Concert 10, 11, Pep 10, 11, March 10, 11, Stage 10, 11, Ensemble 10, 11; A Cappella Choir 10, 11, Madrigal 10, 11, Vocal Select Group 10, 11; American Field Serv. 10, Red Cross Teens 10, FTA 11. JONES, GLORIA LYNNE: HR 307; HR v.pres. 11, SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11; Span- ish Club 11; Miracle Worker cast 10, S eep- ing Beauty cast 10. JORDAN, DENNIS LLOYD: HR 209. JUTTING, JACQUELINE ANNE: HR 308; HR sec. 11, SPIRIT rep 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchronettes 11; Band: Soph., Concert 11, March. 10, 11, 12; Cadet Teach., Modern Dance 11. KALTON, ROBERT R.: HR 306; wrestling 11, 12. KARNS, PATRICK E.: HR 307; indoor track 10, track 10. KEECH, DARLENE S.: HR 314; Girls Serv. Comm. 10, 11, Pep Club 19, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Concert 11, March. 10,11; Spanish Club 10; cadet teach. KELLER, CLIFFORD L.:HR 308; wrestling 10, 11, intra. basketball 12; drarna drew 11. KERN, BARBARA L.: HR 319; Merit Sch. let- ter of commend.; HR v.pres. 12, SPIRIT rep 10, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchro- nettes 11, 12, GRA 10, 11 rep 10, 11; Band: Soph., Concert 11, Symphonic 12, Pep 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12 officer 11, 12; WEB, SCRATCH PAD. KETCHAM, JUDITH ANN: HR Lib; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; Pep Club 11, 12; Soph. Girls' Glee; Latin Club 10. KEY, CHARLES L.: HR 314; SPIRIT 11, 12. KHAN, ROSHANARA: HR 130; Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10; Mixed Chorus 10, 11, Soph. Girls' Glee; French Club 10; nurse exp. 12. KINSETH, JULIE RAE: HR 310; Cheersquad 10, 11, 12 capt. 10; HR pres. 11, 12, HR sec. 10, SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Welcoming Comm. 10; GRA 10; A Capella Choir 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee, Choir 11; Spanish Club 10 rep. 10; WEB. KIRK, BRUCE RICHARD: HR 319; swim- ming 10, 11, tennis 12, intra. basketball 12; Band: Symphonic 11, 12, Pep 12, March 11, 12, Stage 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11, 12; Ger- man Club 10, 11 officer 11. KITZMAN, AARON ALAC: HR Lib; swimming 10, 11; SCRATCH PAD; Model UN; drama crews 10, 11, 12. KLINE, STEVEN CUMMINGS: HR 130; tennis 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph. 10, Symphonic 11, 12, Pep 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 10. KLUCK, NANCY LEE: HR 118; Model UN. KOERBER, LAURA: HR 118. KOUPAL, DIANA ELLEN: HH 111; HR v.pres. 11, 12, Girls' Serv. Comm. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 11; German Club 10, 11 v.pres. 11; DECA. KRAFT, ROBERT NATHANIEL: HR 310; HR v.pres. 10, 11, 12; Key Club 10, 11, 12 treas. 12; tennis 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 11, 12; Band: Symphonic 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12, Stage 11, 12, Pep 12; French Club 10; WEB. KREAMER, FRANK SCOTT: HR 120; SPIRIT editor 12; HR pres. 10, A-Club 10, 11, 12 pres. 12, SC Social Comm. 10; cross coun- try 10, 11, 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, swim- ming 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12; SPIRIT 11, WEB. KUEHL, JENNIFER LOUISE: HR 206; HR v. pres. 10, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11; Synchronettes 11, 12; German Club 10; WEB. KUHN, ROBERT W.: HR 111; SPIRIT rep. 10; football 10, swimming 10, track 12, golf 10. KYLE, STEVEN D.: HR 206; indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., March. 10, 11. LANDE, LAURA W.: HR 209; Pops Choir 10; Latin Club 10. LAPEHN, MARGARET ANN: HR 118; Band: Symphonic 12, Pep 12, March. 12; All-State Band 12; French Club 12; moved from Bet- tendorf, lowa, 1970; Band: Symphonic 10, 11, Pep 10, 11; All-State Band 11; French Club 10, 11. LARSON, CYNTHIA: HR 302; HR v. pres. 12, Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 11; German Club 11, Art Club 11, 12, cadet teach., Model UN 12, Theology Club. LARSON, DEBORAH JO: HR 306; Cheer- squad 10, 11; HR pres. 11, HR v. pres. 11, SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; gym- nastics 12, French Club 11, Spanish Club 11, 12; WEB. LARSON, GENE NORMAN: HR 319; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; A-Club 10, 11, 12; fall track 11, cross country 12, basket- ball 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12. LARSON, JOHN ERIC: HR 209; indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12, intra. 12. LARSON, MARK LELAND: HR 302. LASCHE, THOMAS WILLIAM: HR 306; fall track 10, indoor track 10, track 10, 11. LEDET, ERIC TAGE: HR 307; SC Lounge Comm. 12 chm. 12, SC Social Comm. 12, indoor track 10, 12; Foreign Study League. LEE, MARK T.: HR 308; football 10, 11, base- ball 12, intra. 10, 12; Spanish Club 10. LEM, RICHARD PAUL: HR 302; swimming 11; moved from Ankeny, lowa, 1968; wrestling 10; Art Club 10. LINDER, BETHANY SUE: HR 307; Pep Club 10 rep. 10; bat girl 11. LITTLE, KEVIN CHARLES: HR 314; football 10; VICA. i f Y - = KT BT, Geen CE mm وھے۔‎ ré A emeng " sS. LOOTS, LARRY LEE: HR 319; A-Club 11, 12; fall track 11, cross country 12, basketball 10, 11, 12; track 10, 11, 12. LOVE, JEFFREY C.: HR Lib; HR sec. 10, HR treas. 11, SC Stud. Lounge Comm. 12; fall track 11, football 10, wrestling 10, 11, intra 12. LOWMAN, LISA E.: HR 308; Pep Club; GRA; Jr. Sr. Pops; Office Ed. LUCHT, A. LAURIE: HR 314; HR v.pres. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 12, SC Wel- coming Comm. 11; Synchronettes 10; cadet teach. LUNDVALL, JANE ESTHER: HR 316; Student Council 10; Synchronettes 11, GRA 10; German Club 10, 11; SPIRIT staff 11, 12; nurse exp. 12. MCCONNELL, GARY LYNN: HR 118; SC Pub- licity Comm. 12; fall track 10, 11, cross country 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 10, 11, 12. MCGILLIARD, LANCE M.: HR 111; Student Council 10, Jr. Exec., A-Club 12, Firesquad 11, SC Assembly Comm.; football 10, 11, 12 co-capt. 12, basketball 10, 11, track 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 12. McINTIRE, PATRICK DENNIS: HR 206; foot- ball 10, 11, 12, indoor track 11, swimming 10, track 10, 11, 12. McKERN, DAVE CLYDE: HR 209; HR sec. 11, Sr. Senate; football 10, 11, indoor track 10, 11, track 10, 11, baseball 11, intra. basketball 10, 11, 12; VICA. MACBRIDE, MAURINE ANNE: HR 130; Merit Sch. semi-finalist; Girls' Serv. Comm. 12 comm. chm. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 10; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, 11 rep. 10; Choir 11, 12; Science Seminar 10. MACHEAK, MARY MARGARET: HR 310; SPIRIT bus. mgr. 12; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, SPIRIT rep. 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 11; GRA 10, 11; SPIRIT staff 11, 12, SCRATCH PAD; cadet teach.; drama crews 10. MAHLSTEDE, DEBORAH ANNE: HR 118; SPIRIT rep. 12, hall monitor 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 12; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph. 10, Symphonic 11, March. 10, 11; Spanish Club 10, 11; WEB; Oklahoma! cast 11. MAILE, DENNIS P.: HR 130; football 10, wres- tling 10, 11, 12; WEB; cadet teach. MARTIN, DON STANLEY: HR 310; HR v. pres. 11; swimming 11; German Club 10, 11. MATHER, MARILEE JO: HR 206. MAXWELL, PAMELA ANN: HR 209; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; nurse exp. 12. MEADOR, MARGARET LOUISE: HR 314; DECA. METZLER MARK ALDEN: HR 306; SC Hu- man Rights Comm. 10, 11; fall track 11, indoor track 11, track 10, 11; Orch. 10, 11, 12: French Club 10, 11, 12: SCRATCH PAD: Model UN 12, Science Seminar 10: End- game: cast 12, crew 11. MICHAUD, DEBORAH ANN: HR 308; Office Ed. 12 sec. 12. MICHELSEN, JEANIE MARIE: HR 314. MILLER, GARY ALAN: HR 308. MILLIKEN, SCOTT THOMPSON: HR 206; Firesquad 11; fall track 11, football 11, 12 co-capt. 12, basketball 11, baseball 11, intra., moved from Des Moines, lowa, 1969: Firesquad 10; fall track 10, indoor track 10, baseball 10. ANDY WARD Out standing in the snow are Tom Schattauer, Gene Larson, Beth Moody, and Craig Stafford, named as outstanding seniors at AHS. MILLS, JANET JEAN: HR 319; Pep Club 10, 11; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, 12, Pep 11, March 10, 11; French Club 10; nurse exp. 12; drama: cast 10, crew 10. MITCHELL, MICHAEL DEAN: HR 314; VICA; moved from Kansas City, Missouri, 1969. MOHR, JEFFREY LORAN: HR 314; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; Band: Soph., Pep 11, March. 10, 11, Stage 10. MOLDENHAUER, BARBARA JOAN: HR Lib.; hall monitor 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 10; GRA 10 rep. 10; Helen Keller cast 10, crew 10, crewhead 10. MOLDENHAUER, PAMELA MARIE: HR 308; Drill Team 12 capt. 12; cadet teach.; moved from Filer, Idaho, 1970; GRA 10, 11, Drill Team 10, 11, Track 10, 11, Girls' League 10, 11 rep. 11, FTA 10, 11 treas. 10, 11, Dedolumai 10, 11 v. pres. 10, 11, Future Nurses Assn. 10. MOLDENHAUER, ROBERTA LEE: HR 307; Drill Team 12; Nurse Exp. 12; moved from Filer, Idaho, 1970; Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10, 11; Track 10, 11, Drill Team 10; Dedo- lumai 10, 11, FNC 10, 11 treas. 10, teacher aid 11. MONTAG, PAUL J.: HR 319; HR sec. 12, A- Club 11, 12, Firesquad 10, 11, Student Serv. Comm. 12; cross country 10, 11, 12, wres- tling 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12. MOODY, BETH ANNE: HR 130; Cheersquad 10, 11, 12 co-capt. 10, 11 capt. 12; HR sec. 10; Jr. Exec. sec., Sr. Senate sec., Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, SPIRIT rep. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; WEB; SC Homecoming Comm. 11, 12 chm. 12; Dance 10, 11, 12, cadet teach. MOORE, CONNIE JOANNE: HR 310. MOORE, DONALD CORNEIL: HR Lib.; VICA. MOORMAN, KRISTIN ANN: HR 120; Girls' Serv. Comm. 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 cabi- net 12, SC Moratorium Comm. 11, Career Day Comm. 12, Band: Soph., Concert 11, Symphonic 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee; French Club 11, 12; SCRATCH PAD; Art Club 12, AHS Recipi- ent of DAR Citizenship Award; Palm Club 12, cast Rumpelstiltskin 11, crews 10, 11, 12. MOREAU, ALAIN: HR Lib.; Student Council 12; cross country 12; indoor track 12, track 12, tennis 12, intra. basketball 12; French Club 12, Spanish Club 12; YFU ex- change student from France: Student Council 11; Track 11; Spanish Club 11. MORELAND, CARRIE JO: HR 118. MULHALL, MAUREEN E.: HR 111; HR v. pres. 10, SPIRIT rep. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, hall monitor 11; Spanish Club 10; WEB; cadet teach. MURRAY, JANIS COLLEEN: HR 319. NELSEN, DAVID ALLEN: HR 130; track 10; Band: Soph., March. 10, 11, 12; WEB. NETCOTT, JEFFREY STEFFEN: HR 310; VICA. NIMS, NORINE E.: HR 302; Cheersquad 10; Girls' Service Comm. 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11. NORMAN, WESLEY MILES: HR 120; Science Seminar 12. NORRIS, DAVID BLAKE: HR 118; basketball 10, track 10, 11; SCRATCH PAD. OLSEN, CHARLES ROBERT: HR 111; wrestling 10, tennis 10,12; drama: cast 12. OPHEIM, WILLIAM S.: HR 206; HR treas. 10; wrestling 10, 11, basketball 10, 12, track 10, 11, 12; VICA. SENIOR ACTIVITIES 213 b A س‎ —- geng um " e —————À— 0 M M — 0 ORTON, ROSEMARIE ANN: HR 307; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 12; Orch. 10, 11, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee; Dance 11, 12. OWINGS, MARILYN: HR 308; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; cadet teach. PANOS, MILTON: HR 209; wrestling 10, in- door track 10, 12, track 10, 12, intra. basket- ball 10, 12; WEB. PANTENBURG, THOMAS ALAN: HR 302; HR pres. 10, Jr. Exec. rep., hall monitor 11; football 10, 11, 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12, baseball 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 11, 12. PARKS, JANE ANN: HR 314; Sr. Senate Rep., SPIRIT rep. 12, Pep Club 10, 11; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus; French Club 10, 11, 12; WEB. PAULSEN, CHRISTOPHER ALLEN: HR 319; swimming 10, 11, intra basketball 10; VICA. PEPPER, PENNIE REBECCA: HR Lib.; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12; Orch 10. PETEFISH, ROBERTA LEE: HR 130; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11, 12; WEB; nurse exp. 12. PETERSON, MARY C.: HR 310; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchronettes 11, Drill Team 12 capt. 12; A Capella Choir 11, 12. PHIPPS, REBECCA ANN: HR 206; SPIRIT rep. 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Concert 11, March. 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; cadet teach., YFU Chile, 1970. POOLE, TONI: See Brown, Antoinette Leigh. POPELKA, DIANA E.: HR 120; Gir ls' Serv. Comm. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; nurse exp. 12. POTTER, MARK ALLAN: HR 307; Firesquad 10, 11; fall track 10, indoor track 10, track 10, golf 11, intra basketball 10, 11; Band: Soph., Concert 11; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus 10; OKLAHOMA! cast 11. PRATT, CATHY J.: HR 118; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; nurse exp. 12; drama crews 10, 11. PYLE, DOUGLAS GREG: HR 314; HR treas. 11, A-Club 10, 11, 12, hall monitor 11, Fire- squad 10, 11; football 10, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10. QUAM, JERRY A.: HR 319; track 12, intra. basketball 12. REGER, RICHARD ALLEN: HR 111; Key Club 12 publicity chm. 12; indoor track 11, 12, track 11, 12; SPIRIT staff 11, 12, man- aging and sports editor 12, WEB; Theology Club 12 pres. 12; moved from Des Moines, lowa, 1969; track 10, yearbook staff 11; drama 10. REYNOLDS, WILLIAM EDWARD: HR 130; Student Council 12; football 10; DECA. RICHARDS, JANE LOUISE: HR 206; Pep Club 10, 11; Synchronettes 10, 11, GRA 10, 11 rep. 10, 11, Swim Club 12. RICHARDSON, DARRELL DEAN: HR 310; football 10, 11, 12, basketball 10, intra. basketball 11, 12. RICHERT, JUDY H.: HR 209; Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10,11, 12; GRA 10, 11; Soph. Mixed Chorus. RIFEN, MICHAEL: HR 120; fall track 10. ROLLING, MONICIA ELIZABETH: HR 302; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 11, DECA. ROUTH, CATHY ANN: HR 306; Pep Club 10, 11; Art Club 11, DECA; drama crew 10 crewhead 10. 214 SENIOR ACTIVITIES gy " ری‎ ORS. " CPC ea cdi lice E ure mur e ROZEBOOM, ANITA JO: HR 307; SPIRIT rep. 10, 11, 12; Soph. Mixed Chorus; Latin Club 10; WEB) SAND, JOEL R.: HR 209; DECA. SANDERS, PAUL BURTON: HR 302; HR pres. 12, HR v. pres. 10, 11, A-Club 11, 12, SC Assembly Comm. 12; indoor track 10, swimming 10, golf 10, 11, 12 capt. 12; Band: Concert 10, 11, Symphonic 12, Pep 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12. SANDERSON, MARK ALAN: HR 306; Merit Sch. finalist; cross country 11, 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12, Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, Pep 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11, Ensem- ble 11; Science Seminar 10. SANDVICK, AL M.: HR 307; football 11, 12, wrestling 10, 11, track 10, 11, 12; A-Club 11, 12. SASSAMAN, JANE ANN: HR 308; Pep Club 10, 11; WEB; Art Club 10, 11, 12; drama crews 10. SAVAGE, STEVEN JON: HR 308; football 12, wrestling 12, indoor track 12, track 12, intra. basketball 12; moved from Sioux City, lowa, 1970: football 10, 11, wrestling 10, intra. basketball 11; Art Club 10. SAVERAID, DAVID MARK: HR 314; HR v. pres. 12; wrestling 10, 11, 12. SCANDRETT, DONALD GENE: HR 319: A- Club 12; fall track 11, football 10, 12, wres- tling 10, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12, baseball 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 11512: SCHAEFER, JUDITH M.: HR 414; Pep Club 10, 11, Human Rights 11 co-chm. 11; GRA 10; Band: Soph., Concert 11, Symphonic 11, Pep 10, 11, March. 10, 11; French Club; WEB. SCHALLER, CARL FRANK: HR Lib.; Student Council 10, 11, 12, SC Assembly Comm. 12 chm. 12; football 10, swimming 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., March. 10, 11, 12. SCHATTAUER, THOMAS HOWARD: HR 130; Merit Sch. finalist; Student Council 10, SC parliamentarian 10, 11, 12, Jr. Exec. v. pres., SPIRIT rep. 12, Firesquad 10, Key Club 10, SC Citizen. Comm. 10, Human Rights 11, SC Curriculum Comm., State SC convention delegate 12, U.S. Senate Youth Program rep. 12; Ames Youth Advisory Council 12 chm. 12, Boys' State 11; A Cap- pella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Madrigal 11, 12, Choir pres. 12, All-State Chorus 10, 11, 12; Food Council 10, Model UN 10; Oklahoma! cast 11, Rumpelstiltskin cast 11, Crucible cast 11, John Brown's Body cast 10, crews 11, 12, crewhead 11; French Club 10, 11, 12. SCHLUNZ, SUZANNE: HR 319; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; Pep Club 10, 11 rep. 10, SC Open Campus Comm. 12 co-chm. 12, SC Curriculum Comm. 12; Spanish Club 11, 12 rep. 11, 12; SPIRIT staff 11, 12, WEB; Palm Club 12; Miracle Worker cast 10, Sleeping Beauty cast 10, Crucible cast 11, crews 10, 11, 12, crewhead 11, 12. SCHOENEMAN, JOHN MARK: HR 310; foot- ball 10, 11, 12, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11. SCHULZE, DAVID DONALD: HH 120; Stu- dent Council 11, Sr. Senate, hall monitor; swimming 10, 11; SPIRIT 11, 12; Latin Club 10. SCOTT, JAMES DAVID: HR 120; fall track 11, 12, basketball 11, 12, tennis 11, 12; French Club 11; moved from Austalia, 1969. SEIDEL, EVELYN ANN: HR Lib; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 10; cadet teach., Model UN 10, 11, 12 head delegate 12; Miracle Worker cast 10, crews 10. SEIFERT, EDWARD: HR 111; tennis 10, 11, 12; drama crew 12. SEIM, BECKY ANN: HR 130; Merit Sch. letter of commend.; Girls' Serv. Comm. 12 chm. 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; WEB, SCRATCH PAD. SEISER, BARBARA JOAN: HR 310; Student Council 10, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 12, hall monitor 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 sec. 12, cab. 12; bat girl 11; Spanish Club 11, 12 rep. 11, treas. 12; Dance 10, 11, 12; Miracle Worker cast 10, drama crews 10, 11, crew- head 10. SEXTON, THERESA HELEN: HR 319; A Cap- pella Choir 11; Pep Club 11; nurse exp. 12; moved from Sumner, lowa, 1969: Pep Club 10; Cheersquad 10, golf 10; Band: Soph., Concert 10, 11, Pep 10, March. 10, 11; En- semble 10; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee, Choir 10; Drama 10. SHAUGHNESSY, COLLEEN ANNE: HR 120; treas. 10, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 11; nurse exp. 12; drama crews 10, 11. SHEARER, BARBARA ELIZABETH: HR 118; Hr sec. 12, Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; French Club 10, Spanish Club 11, 12 sec. 12; Dance 12. SHEARER, ROBERT NEAL: HR 209; indoor track 10, 12. SHEELER, ROBERT NEAL: HR 209: indoor track 10, 12. SHOCKEY, SANDRA SUE: HR 111; Hr. sec. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 11; Synchro- nettes 11, 12; GRA 10 rep. 10; Pops Choir 11; Art Club 10, cadet teach. SHOCKLEY, CHARLES JOHN: HR 306, A- Club 11, 12; fall track 11, swimming 11, 12. SIEDELMANN, GARY PAUL: HR 307. SIMONS, RANDALL WAYNE: HR 308; Merit Sch. finalist; Student Council 10, 12, HR v.-pres. 11, SC Publicity Comm. 10, SC Curriculum Comm. 12, SC Workshop Reg. Comm. 12 chm 12; tennis 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph. Symphonic 11, 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12, Stage 11, 12; Orch. 11, Oklahoma! Orch 11; Spanish Club 10. SKADBERG, LAURIE JEAN: HR 206; Syn- chronettes 10; WEB; Art Club 10; Miracle Worker cast 10, John Brown's Body cast 10, drama crews 10, 11, crewhead 10, 11. SKARSHAUG, PAMELA JANE: HR 209; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus 10, Soph. Girls' Glee 10, Pops Choir accompanist 11; French Club 10; WEB; cadet teach. SKORTMAN, DEBRA JO: HR 302; Pep Club 10, 11; drama crew 10. SMILEY, PHILIP JOHN: HR 314; Jr. Exec., SC Lounge Comm. 12; football 10, swim- ming 10, intra. basketball; WEB. SMITH, JEROLD J: HR Lib.; intra. basketball .0 i ee UA SMITH, NANCY L.: HR 306; SPIRIT rep. 12, hall monitor 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; Spanish Club 11; cadet teach. SNIDER, DEWAYNE K.: HR 130; hall monitor 11; wrestling 10, 11, track 10, 11; VICA, ٭‎ DECA) 3 i 1 ] de. o — M —— جج ےم‎ سے‎ IT SNYDER, JANICE LORRAINE: HR 307; HR sec 10, 11, 12; French Club 10, 11; WER: Model UN 11, 12, YFU Finland, 1970; drama crews 10, 11, 12, crewhead 12. SODEN, TIMOTHY JAMES: HR 308; A-Club 11, 12, hall monitor 11; fall track 10, cross- country 11, 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12. SONGER, GRETCHEN LEE: HR 308; GRA 10, 11 rep. 10; Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee; French Club 10. SPATCHER, JULIE ANN: HR 314; Pep Club 10, 11, SC Finance Comm. 10; Band: Soph., Concert 11, Symphonic 11, Pep 11, March. 10, 11; Orch. 11, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls’ Glee; Art Club 10, Dance 11, Model UN 11, 12. STAFFORD, CRAIG WILLIAM: HR 310; Stu- dent Council 10, 11, Sr. Senate, SPIRIT rep. 12, hall monitor 11, Firesquad 10, 11, Stud. Serv. Comm. 12 pres. 12, SC Public Rela- tions Comm. 10, SC Curriculum Comm. 11, 12 chm. 11, 12, SC Exchange Comm. 12, SC Homecoming Comm. 11, District state SC convention delegate 12; fall track 11, swimming 10; Band: Soph., March. 10; French Club 10, 11, 12 pres. 11; SCRATCH PAD; Boys' State 11, Model UN 11, 12 head delegate 12; drama crew 10; St. Louis Park Exchange 11. STEVENS, JANE THERESE: HR 319; Girls' Serv. Comm. 11, Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10, 11, gymnastics 12; A Cappella Choir 11, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee, Choir 10; Spanish Club 10; Art Club 12, cadet teach. STEVENSON, VICKI LYNNE: HR Lib.; Stu- dent Council 12, Pep Club 10, 11 rep. 10, SC Homecoming Comm. 12, SC Public Re- lations Comm. 12, SC Welfare Comm. 12; Jr. Sr. Pops 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus 10; French Club 10, 11; SCRATCH PAD) STEWART, LAWRENCE WILLIAM: HR 120; fall track 11; cadet teach. STOOPS, MARY CATHERINE: HR 130; Girls' Serv. Comm. 12 chm. 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, cabinet 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; WEB; cadet teach. STRAND, LEROY ALLEN: HR 129. STRIKE, LOWELL H.: HR 118; A-Club 12, hall monitor 11; fall track 11, football 10, 12, indoor track 10, 11, track 10, 11, baseball 10, 11, 12; WEB; DECA v. pres. STURSMA, ELAINE CAROL: HR 319; moved from Pella, lowa, 1969: Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10, Drill Team 11: Art Club 11, FHA 10, 11. STUVE, F. WILLIAM: HR 111. SUTHERLAND, MARILYN K.: HR 120; Pep Club 11; French Club 10; cadet teach., lib. ass't. 10. SWANK, FREDERICK CHARLES: HR 206: Student Council 10, 11, A-Club 11, 12: foot- ball 10, 11, 12, indoor track 11, basketball 10, track 10, 11, intra. basketball. SWEITZER, LEE ANN: HR 118; Office Ed. 12 pres. 12. SWITZER, BONNIE CATHERINE: HR VMR; Jr. Sr. Pops 10. TAMASHUNAS, JOHN M.: HR 302; indoor track 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, March. 10, 11. TAYLOR, LAURA L.: HR 206; Pep Club 10, 11 rep. 10, 11; Synchronettes 10, 11, GRA 10, French Club 10; WEB. TEMPEL, SUSAN E.: HR 209; HR treas. 10, 11, Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11 rep. 11; Synchronettes 11, GRA 10, 11; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, March. 10, 11, French Club 10; Office Ed. 12. THIEL, NANCY ONA: HR 302; HR sec. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11, 12; Dance 11, 12, DECA. THOMPSON, CHRIS SANFORD: HR 306; hall monitor 11, Boys' Serv. Comm. 10, Fire- squad 10, 11, 12; cross-country 11, indoor track 10, track 10, intra. basketball 10; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chor- us, Madrigal 12; WEB; One Acts cast 10, 11, Oklahoma! cast 11. THOMPSON, MARY GAYLE: HR 306; HR sec. 12, Girls' Serv. Comm. 11, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 11, 12; GRA 10; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Choir 12 sec. 12; French Club 10; cadet teach.; drama crew 10. TIFFANY, RAY: HR 307. TORKILDSON, ERIC RICHARD: HR 308; foot- ball 10, 11, 12, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10. TROW, MARY LOUISE: HR 307; A Cappella Choir 11, Soph. Mixed Chorus, Soph. Girls' Glee. TRUEBLOOD, CARLA J.: HR 307; lib. aset 12. TRUHE, CATHY: HR 308; DECA. UNGER, CLIFFORD PAUL: HR 319; wres- tling 10, 11, 12, tennis 10,۰11, 12; drama crew 12. VALENTINE, CELESTE VIRGINIA: HR 129. VANDEVENTER, ALAN PAUL: HR Lib.; Sr. Senate pres.; A-Club 10, 11, 12, Firesquad 11; football 10, 11, 12 co-capt. 11, basket- ball 10, 11, 12, tennis 10, 11, 12, baseball 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph. Symphonic 11, 12, March. 10. VAN FOSSEN, TED L.: HR 130; football 10, indoor track 10, 11, track 10, 11; Spanish Club 10, 11; VICA. VAN OOSBREE, JON ERIC: HR 306; tennis 10, intra. basketball 11, 12; Band: Soph.; German Club 10; WEB. VOHS, BARBARA LOU: HR 314. WAGNER, TIMOTHY DEAN: HR 310; intra. basketball 10, 11, 12. WALKER: THOMAS LEON: HH 120. WALLIZE, INGA RUTH: HR 319; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 cabinet 12; French Club 10, 11; Soph. Mixed Chorus; nurse exp. 12; Palm Club 12; drama crews 10, 11, 12, crew- head 11. WALLIZE, PAMELA JEAN: HR Caf.; French Club 10; drama crews 10, 12 crewhead 12. WALTER, CHARLES H.: HR 118; Student Council treas. 12; HR pres. 10, 11, Jr. Exec. treas., A-Club 12, Firesquad 10, 11, Key Club 10, 11, 12 v.-pres. 12, SC Finance Comm. 10, 11; football 11, 12, indoor track 11, basketball 10, track 10, baseball 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, En- semble 10, 11; Orch. 10, 11; Latin Club 10; WEB; Boys' State 11. WARREN, ALLAN DEAN: HR 206; HR Pres. 12, HR sec. 11, hall monitor 11, SC Lounge Comm. 12; football 10, 11, 12, track 10, iba rs WASEL, DEBRA JEAN: HR 111; moved from Chicago, lllinois, 1969: Future Homemak- ers of America. WECHSLER, NANCY ELLEN: HR Lib.; cadet teach.; Crucible cast 11; moved from Oak Ridge, Tenn., 1969. WEISSHAAR, W. GREG: HR 302; Student Council rep. 10, 11, A-Club 11, 12, hall monitor 11; cross-country 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 10, 11, 12. WELLS, RICHARD M.: HR 306; HR v.pres. 11, A-Club 12, hall monitor 11; fall track, foot- ball 10, 12, basketball 10, 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12; WEB; cadet teach. WELSHONS, ELLEN LEA: HR Lib.; Band: Soph., Symphonic 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Dance 11, 12. WESSEL, KEITH ROBERT: HR 308; SC Hu- man Rights Comm. 11, 12; baseball 10; Spanish Club 10; SPIRIT staff 11, WEB. WEST, GEORGE ANN: HR 318; HR sec. 11, HR treas. 11, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, hall monitor 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10, 11; Art Club 10. WHEELER, MARK RICHARD: HR 319; VICA. WHEELOCK, GARY J.: HR Lib.; fall track 11, football 10, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10, 802 ۷۷۱۵۲۷۲۰ LESLIE ELLEN: HR 130; HR sec. 11, Pep Club 11, 12 rep. 11, 12 cab. 12; Syn- chronettes 11, 12 v.pres. 11, pres. 12: Band: Soph., Varsity 10, 11, Pep 10, 11, March. 10, 11, 12, Twirler 10; cadet teach. WIERSON, CYNTHIA JANE: HR 310; hall monitor 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; DECA sec-treas. WIERSON, MARCIA ELLEN: HR 120; Dance 11, 12; drama crews 10, 11. WILLIAMS, STEVEN F.: HR 310; DECA. WILLROTH, MARK STEVEN: HR 120: bas- ketball 10, baseball 10, 11: German Club 10; physics lab ass't. 10, 11, 12. WOLDRUFF, SCOTT A.: HR 118; DECA. YOUNIE, LINDA ANNE: HR 206; Pep Club 10, 11, 12 rep. 12; GRA 10, 11; Pops Choir 10. ZACK, MARY CATHERINE: HR 209; Student Council 11, HR treas. 12, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, SPIRIT rep. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12 v.pres. 12 rep. 10, 12, SC Social Comm. 11; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12, GRA 10, golf 12, timerette 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12 sec 12; Dance 11, 12, cadet teach., YFU Argentina, 1970; drama crew 10. ANDY WARD Former SPIRIT Photographer Keith Wessel went into business for himself with LACK. SENIOR ACTIVITIES 215 " he o mw RE uu Ll ———Ó e کی لع ور سے حرا ای‎ ber ہہ حن‎ e une rw dv BC وس ےس ہے‎ Mä cmm canone گا‎ nmm ca D 1 ' eg ' ad b | ` f ` d f . i EY j í 1 3 l ! | i E , g” A 1 ۱ Advertising Freedom to choose. Whether to buy and what to buy, choice of color, design. size, and price. To go along with the new society is the new consumer, boycotting nonunion fruit and corporations that pollute, shopping for quality as well as for fashion, comfort.and simplicity, instead of elegance and grace. It’s a brave new world, and it's all for you, the new consumer. Section staff Beth Askelson, editor Joan Carter , Linda Crom Nancy Jellinger Photographers: Andy Riggs Tom Bliss 216 et vr‏ و سے سے ہے — سے ° e " ey PF‏ ہا DDS 217 xod ۰ کے‎ L heh o MOI — roe ہہک‎ we Weg e gr b Wh lb سد‎ AA. ek tok TTA " us ےہ‎ à SCH ll il d cd تد رج کرد‎ — aa مب‎ LI eT — Ld Aa‏ ٹڈ سح وہ n 0 |! ANDY RI After School, After the Game, Or If You're Just Driving Around... BEE VEE DRIVE-IN ——— — y — — —— 24th and Grand KS SR E At ER ak TON T | PO Oe Dos M Pe it E EE o SS Diamonds Sterling Silver Watches dE G PENNEY CQ. SWANK'S JEWELRY Fashion Place Registered Jeweler-American Gem Society 319 Main 232-6460 Ames, lowa « A e » E ek eg g " eg o gg pe mw ne ge RS ne Rp © H. | | GORDIE MEYER Theresa Sexton always finds just the right card at Ames Stationers. fà ww (Ce ee 9 238 Main 232-4161 School, Office Supplies Greeting Cards Photo Supplies Typewriters Books One of Sydney Erickson’s many duties while working at Oslund's in the afternoons is filing photographs. mes Stationers ne OSLUND’S DRUG 13th and Grand Ph. 232-4631 308 Main Ph. 232-6342 ANDY RIGGS ۹ Ki ` HICKORY PARK RESTAURANT Open Pit Barbeque E ۱ “I'll be with you in a minute! " says Marilee Mather as Beth and Marilyn decide what to order at Hickory Park. 219 D JONES LUGGAGE AND LEATHER | | Ladies’ Handbags Samsonite, American Tourister Ventura, Skyway Luggage | Billfolds, Brief Bags, Attache Cases 310 Main Street Ph. 232-6260 Upholding the family tradition, Norine cheerfully greets all the customers at Nims’ Sportsman. , NIMS M Spr AMES Serving the Best With the Best Phone 232-1481 or 232-1482 225 Main Street Ames, lowa 220 SOMEPLACE ELSE 125 Welch Ave. Campustown 232-3000 Two Rick Wells's—? Only at Someplace Else where ۱ one can find anything from candles to posters. re E‏ ہے یکا Engeldinger d‏ YOUNG PEOPLE'S OUTFITTERS‏ PN a Vë 5 232-4705 314 Main B P s " This will be perfect for the school dance next Sat- urday night, " thinks Mary Healy at Engeldinger s. TUTTLE'S THERMOGAS AND APPLIANCE INC. 233 South Duff — Ames, lowa Roper Ranges Hamilton Washers and Dryers Admiral Refrigerators Fedders Air Conditioners e e Harwick Ranges o o EEJ Toro Lawn Mowers Speed Queen Washers and Dryers Ph. 232-2610 IVAN L. TUTTLE, Owner COLLEGE PIPE SHOP VAN VOORHIS Your Corner GREENHOUSE English Pipe and Tobacco Store ‘When you t hink Of flowers: Corner of think of ours. " Lincoln Way and Welch Hwy. 69, North SHOP LATE AT What's up! With fashion... L A R N 1 CLIMB THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE TO SEE ee oN WHAT'S UP! at... SEES A | 7 ا‎ ANDY RIGGS | CN " How about these to match the sweater? " WEST 421 S. Duff 232-2880 | asks Diana Coupal at White's. STREET Eat In — Carry Out 416 MAIN GROCERY DELIVERY AMES 2902 West PAUL'S CONOCO SERVICE 6th and Douglas Ph. 232-4544 PAULS ees [44 € In cold weather Gary Wheelock is ready to coh boo SERVICE 704 rescue cars with help from Paul's Conoco. CUE UE — Zi 221 PAUL R. JONES Heating, Air Conditioning and Spouting SINCE 1914 364 S. Duff Ph. 232-6252 ا0 Smartest in Fashion Finest in Quality MEN AND BOYS Downtown-Main Burnett Ph. 232-6135 SHEET METAL CO. Campustown-120 Welch -- 0 A ANDY RIGGS Ph. 232-3624 CARTER PRESS, INC. Creative Printers and Lithographers 206 WELCH AVE. AMES, IOWA dr 068 by the campus Rick Swank, Dick Ross, and Barb Hoff team up to offer everyone the best service possible at Bruce-Ross. MUSIC HOUSE 302 Main Ames, lowa Deean Carlson and Connie Buck concentrate diligently on picking out a current album from the wide selection available at Eschbach s. ANDY RIGGS SI'S PHILLIPS’ 66 24th and Grand ANDY RIGGS Everyday Car Service Terry Emdia admires Campus Drug's animals. CAMPUS DRUG Cosmetics, Drugs U.S. POST OFFICE 2430 LINCOLN WAY Ph. 232-4252 Stephenson 3 t Stephenson SOS the PICK-UP AND DELIVERY whol ; thing 77; t ashor t Fabri 4 Teri Hale displays one of Stephenson's extras for your sewing needs. ANDY RIGGS = ۱ A. L us Eh KT LARRY KATZ Cindy Hall finds banking more fun at Union-Story. UNION STORY TRUST SAVINGS BANK " Your Friendly Main Street Bank " Ph. 232-2362 Office at North Grand Shopping Center Main at Burnett Congratulations, Seniors! 223 Sweatshirts Pennants Pillows Windbreakers | - TENUIT HN ANDY RIGGS | Looking over samples at Collegiate Manufactur- ing, Jeff Kuehl finds many styles of clothing. MFG. CO. AMES e IOWA doom Cr .- ei D - — Pots :جس‎ ۴۳۴٥ Ke شر ہیں‎ A mip ge 10020. LARRY KATZ Pam Young discovers that North Grand carries numerous brands of make-up and perfume, as she finds it hard to make a selection. North Grand Rexall Drug North Grand Shopping Center WALTER REXALL DRUG 217 Main PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS e vw a a — ہدج‎ amo " ep ADU Ze " em Ga pr LV کر‎ M um 0% ecc tw CARDS RUSSELL STOVER CANDY BABY NEEDS Dart-Dodge-Charger-Challenger MOTOR SALES AND SERVICE Lincoln Way and Kellogg Ph. 232-2551 Prvines PAINTS and WALLPAPER Paints Wallpaper Artists’ Supplies Picture Framing Interior Decorating 214 Fifth Ph. 232-5265 | AMES, IOWA | 20th CENTURY BOWLING 517 S. Duff Ph. 232-5530 " Try to get more than two down this time, " Lori encourages Rick at Twentieth Century. AMENS FF " UR " A‏ لا ۔۔ 0 ھت CHARCO'S DRIVE-INN RESTAURANT NE ` 2-7 " wë -۔‎ EM ہہ ےج‎ WE e 7 IO رر‎ A f JIM MILLER'S Maureen Mulhall is always happy to receive money at Charcors. KENTUCKY FRIED especially when it's because of Joan Carter's big orders. CHICKEN GORDIE MEYER Filling one more order to go, Gloria Jones and Dorene Johnson keep occupied at Kentucky Fried Chicken. i Hiway 69 South “Take Home”‏ سا gë Ames 511 Lincoln Way‏ Hamburgers r‏ mes‏ JORN HUBER CLOTHIER Home of John's Basement 109 WELCH PH. 233-1182 Stocking all the racks with assorted shirts in John's Base- ment is one of Randy Eckard's many duties at John Huber. ANDY RIGGS BALDUS GIFT AND CHINA REAL ESTATE INS. SHOP 103 S. 3rd (in Tuttle Bldg.) China— Crystal LARRY B. BALDUS Decorating Accessories Res. Ph. 232-7862 or Office Ph. 413 Douglas Ph. 232-4215 232-7457 232-6007 225 gg: A : E چ یہ‎ ET m A = ANN E دو و چہ‎ sf ze =] 3 سے رس‎ | LANDSBERG-KLUFA PHARMACY ٰ WESTGATE : | : Hair e E EE University Rexall | | (separate outside entrance) | 11 BEAUTICIANS 3 BARBERS ; Lincoln Way and Stanton Ph. 232-5175 Open Six Days — Walk-in or Appointment AMES FRUIT GROCERY | Evenings by appointment only Men's and Ladies’ Hairstyling and mod selection of wigs. ۹ pm COSMETIC STUDIO Wigs 292-1536 2810-12 West Street-1 Block West of Univ Entrance | ANDY RIGGS Darla Conard waits patiently to ring up another sale for Westside Ames Fruit Grocery during work. " Mirror, mirror..... " thinks Barb Brown as she discovers her " second " look at Westgate by spending time in their wig room. ANDY RIGGS | | Second and Elm 24th and Grand | Colorado and Lincoln Way = 3417 West Lincolnway Society Brand Clothes Arrow Shirts Durlam Durlam Wembley Ties Haggar Slacks | 226 Main | Puritan Sportswear “Known for Good Clothes” Munsingwear Gleneagles Use Our Convenient Parking Lot Entryway CARR HARDWARE INC. HARDWARE STORES “Over 16,000 Items For Your Convenience” ANDY RIGGS While browsing through Coe's House of Flowers, Tammy Sondrol and Debbie Christiansen find many displays of plants to admire. Hardware — Housewares — Appliances — Paint Hearth Departments — Gifts — Sporting Goods COE'S HOUSE OF Lawn and Garden Supplies — Hoover Cleaners FLOWERS It is Our Pleasure to Serve the Students at Ames High School. FREE DELIVERY PHONE 232-6324 6th and Grand Ph. 232-5432 Greg Highland, Doug Pyle and Paul Cooper decide to pick the Comet —the all-new better small car available at Larry Peterson. LARRY PETERSON TOM BLISS MOTOR CO. oe Oe EE Mercury-Lincoln-Cougar Comet—Montego-Cyclone 429 So. Duff Ph. 232-7474 IA SE DG, ef AMES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Home Mortgage Loans 424 Main Insured Savings Accounts 232-2714 A 3 Rn7n = Wt Displaying one of her favorites, Bozo the Clown, Senior Lynn Bauske finds many playthings downstairs at Fastco Drug Store. ANDY RIGGS FASTCO DRUG Investing their money, Matt Sexton and Mike McFarlin Ph. 232.3161‏ بے inspect a deposit slip at Ames Building and Loan.‏ It pays to look your best. Let a professional dry cleaner take care of your clothes. FLOOR COVERINGS 402 Main AMES PANTORIUM Ph. 232-4151 | | | LINOLEUM — CARPETING — TILES Finest in Cleaning RUGS — CERAMICS — FORMICA AID جروس‎ D. ono " Home means more when the carpet on your floor is from Heaton's. " h ANDY RIGGS | While browsing at Hale's, Cindy Tschetter and Debbie ںی پر و تہ‎ | Routh discover a current furniture design magazine. نے‎ l Congratulations, CLASS OF ‘71 Hale FURNITURE CARPET COMPANY 202 Market AMES, IOWA ہے ہے ` M‏ —— ——— 20 UNIVERSITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 55 Years of Banking Service to Ames and Central lowa . 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. ANDY RIGGS Our downtown office at Main Street and Grand Avenue offers full banking services from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon.-Thurs. Closed Saturday. Two drive- up teller lanes assure you of fast, efficient service. Full Banking Services at 2 Convenient Locations Campustown and Downtown ... To Serve You Better MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION B M B instant energy NATURAL GAS DIVISION lowa electric light and power company lowa Electric is proud to serve and be a part of the Ames Community School District Congratulations, Seniors! S. HANSON LUMBER CO. INC. 212 Duff Ph. 232-5152 ANDY RIGGS 229 Prescription Specialists APOTHECARY SHOP ۱ 218 Main 521 Duff ۱ The Favorite Clothing l Store For Young Men GARDEN FRESH VEGETABLES ORCHARD-FRESH FRUITS THE BEST IN MEATS COMPLETE STOCK OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED CANNED FOODS OVEN FRESH PASTRIES P ECONOMICAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION I AREWAY STOREG KTM Nw Ki ANDY RIGGS Jj The shelves look a little empty, but Jim Hicks will have this fixed. Growing with the community ...... 4 First National Bank is proud to be Ju ke سس‎ EP a growing member of the Ames B EE. pe Community. We attribute our EE SET growth to our willingness and ability to serve the community’s banking needs through our full- service facilities. KE EE sews ek SRY’ 3 WS MOH 8 ARS ARR ER, w ہن‎ RNC Ke SN CSTR WM NWT ٭‎ ist AS چیہ وک ہم‎ ` SRR ee 5 لکن‎ AIS SHEREEN ON xw. ۵ NNN ` INSAN ۹ wh, ۹ VEN w e چ‎ بی N‏ INN‏ " ës? LW Or a Ps SES SS : SRANN eO SMW yA . NENNEN SSA ` SSS SX ANARAN CANAAN ANANN EE PS PN Pt We especially look forward to serv- E EE ing Ames High students as they 1T lv grow and establish themselves si financially. FIRST NATIONAL DANK IOWA Downtown and University Offices 5th Burnett 2320 Lincoln Way MATHISON MOTORS Ford-Maverick-Fairlane-Thunderbird Mustang اج‎ Low Cost Financing | 323 Fifth Ph. 232.5521 A cus " Oh, can't | have it if 1 say please? " .pleads 4 LouAnn as she make-believes in a Maverick. ANDY RIGGS WALT'S ,— | KING'S FOOD NEWSSTAND HOST Hallmark Greeting Cards, Magazines, Books, Fanny Farmer Candies ` ANDY RIGGS Dreaming of a new sled with shiny red runners, Gary Grindeland examines one that fits the description at Peterson OK Hardware. For a Complete Selection of Hardware, 221 Main St. Ph. 232-0455 Houseware, Paint and Gifts See PETERSON OK Lincoln Center Ph. 232-3113 HARDWARE 801 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-5202 230 Main 232-3054 " I don't think Ken knows what he is doing! " says con- fident Milt as they test their knowledge at Olson's. EES OLSON'S " 66 " SERV. " The gasoline that won the West " Olsons d 6 ke " 4 GT, Ga, a bs f Al |o 232-9774 510 L-way Ames, lowa l SFPE ; d » ei à Pu f sl Dë d ئ : ما‎ | 3 «P E ës 25c Self-Serve Car Wash Automatic $1.00 Car Wash Congratulations to the Class of 1971 and Continued Success to Ames High THE McFARLAND CLINIC CH d E 7 Cue E 1j 1 m ات = " cu n سے‎ 8 THE BEST OF CARE FOR BETTER WEAR وا . " " HELD e een T d ۳۶ھ , 7 5, 7 Ar e. از‎ DIT we A at‏ رم WY Kl‏ s Ln‏ TEM, ALL 2‏ Uy, ` hh II4 7, LLL, mo a Y yf YE, v e Wy 7, s ANDY RIGGS At Brown's, Scott aids JoAnn in her decision between the black loafers and brown shoes. d ' y رر‎ d dée, ve de Lë d E d d R » RE Ip, MI I A I de Cé, dé 4 " se, 4 Se رم‎ ` . E Cé J da “sf, Be hte, 2 77 de LLL کک‎ “a BROWN-SHOE FIT j ationally Advertised Lincolnway and Ph. 232-2952 Brands Walnut 313 Main Ph. 232-6633 d Congratulations | pecisctepep JEWELER Apparel of Distinction Seni | AMERICAN GEM eniors: SOCIETY Julie Kinseth discovers one more outfit to add to her latest shopping spree at Olive's. ANDY RIGGS Ss z D T D. ین " ‎ 93749 ee d, , 4 4 . " ےد‎ " 4 (Ce e r HILDEBRAND WERT Kb 308 Main St. PHARMACY Laurie حر‎ Got at Ray's rings. RAY Ames JEWELERS 1202 Duff Quality Diamonds 236 Main Street 233 Football Captains Scott and Al | buy their tires from | e " 5 Aa Tu - re : " m A Xx. r ۹ Mw, Ars 1 Lë y WW Y M ar. " 7 on ni ao be جات‎ mU ww ei " Zeg e. i En » " i | e J 7 , ید می تو ہپ پر‎ d Tee a T b d 6 Jd e سرن‎ " mA + i - d Congratulations to the Class of 1971 a ee omma mo P TT Ed (EA - n ضے‎ et - aoc ری‎ vec m ` D = e چ و‎ do - k سے‎ e Sa . ene Ze 3 N - ` e " " db SH ` e L 1 4٦ " rt e - Jx - ep e e a سے‎ " eee Ful - 5 frm Ze Da, ۴۶. 2. ` p PRIE =n کر کا کک‎ ۴ " ۵ ۰ Rn Pë e - ب۲‎ - - - 2 “وء - ۔ حم‎ e DE TE TOM «o - wo e سے‎ 2A ber a ee spP Y € ee J r pum ٠ ( " - - - wo م مہ‎ a m FW uet MA + p as ٠ ٠ E ۲ e è 8 w r a wi ` » 8 ap 4 T de e E 2 ہے‎ - - ` 2%, ` i D B $ + - P ٦ 2. is ۲ م‎ ٠ - — £ ٠ HILL'S STUDIO 2530 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-4570 Listening to Mr. Hossle's instructions, Norma | Hamilton poses for her senior picture at Hill's. TOM BLISS | WEIRSON TV APPLIANCE f The Place to Meet Your Friends When You Attend l.S.U. L-WAY RESTAURANT " WE SERVICE ALL MAKES” Admiral ———Á MÀ M — erg o 9— o. — ےہ سیر اھ د ست‎ CAMPUS TOWN Gene Wierson, Owner 109 Kellogg Ave. Ames co — ES‏ سے Ca‏ سم 234 MIDWEST TRANSPORTATION INC. CHARTER BUS BUSES TO CHARTER FOR SCHOOLS, 232-7270 CAMPS, CLUBS, Ames, la. BUSINESS 1501 East Lincolnway ORGANIZATIONS, COLLEGE GROUPS precision typewriters office supplies—cameras ANDY RIGGS Over sixty-five color TV's and stereos on display at Harris's. | F C T 9 5 209 main st.—phone 232-2467 bobby Koger LuAnn Hansen chose this from current fashions at Bobby's. ANDY RIGGS 335 Lincoln Way Ames GENERAL CONTRACTORS 0 Ze رکا‎ e 1945 DOWNTOWN SHOP | 312 Main | Ph. 232-5314 COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION Franchise Contracts — Churches — Schools — Service Stations — Restaurants — Office Buildings — Steel Buildings — Parking Lots — Tennis Courts RCIAL AND | LIN ALSO COMMERCIA D INDUSTRIAL REMODELING COLLEGE SHOP SIEDELMANN CONSTRUCTION CO. 2406 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6850 2223 Edison Ames 232-4444 DI FLOWERS GIFTS CANDIES 412 Burnett Ph. 232-5635 or Nancy with roses from Evert's. ۹ یئ‎ 7 GORDIE MEYER Pens and Pencils Spiral Notebooks Sweat Shirts Congratulation Seniors Paperbacks GM اھ‎ serve your ANDY RIGGS = Finding the book to express her high school feelings, Chris studies her choice. and college fashion STUDENT SUPPLY STORE needs SEE US FOR ALL YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES 2424 Lincolnway Ph. 232-7665 j BATES JEWELERS | united WATCHES CE OMEGA — TISSOT‏ ہو ہے Headquarters For Smart Jewelry Styles | Sterling and Gold Charms — Charm Bracelets JIM TRAGER EARL HOLTZ BILL NAIRN Pierced Earrings and Pendants DEAN KNUTSON BOB CAREY High School Class Rings TAC 77 2502 Lincoln Way Phone 232-2515 | 110 Main Street | 236 Congratulations, Class of 1971 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. STEVENS MEMORIAL CHAPEL 24-Hour Ambulance Service H L. MUNN Congratulations to the LUMBER CO. Class of 71! ESTABLISHED 1891 Main and Duff Ames, lowa We Are Pleased to Serve You — Whatever Your Needs — 28th and Grand Ph. 232-5473 LARGE or small Ames, lowa 50010 à E Y T J € V 7 1 E er Rx `. df ` w 5 ` ` : | E ES Ka « Ee. THE FAMILY PLACE Bev Chesterfield anxiously awaits the arrival of her next $ dinner-time customer while hostessing at Mr. Steak. , di EE z ANDY RIGGS 60۱ ۷۲۵۸۷ ۲۳ JEWELERS -S0UN DS With the Young Person in Mind INC. " CENTRAL IOWA’S MOST COMPLETE MUSIC CENTER " Orange Blossom Diamonds Campustown — Between the Theaters 508 Kellogg 2416 Lincolnway 232-4233 237 ` € —— MÀÀ H F BUILDERS AND HUNZIKER FURMAN REALTY New Homes and 232-4214 Real Estate Sales 803 24th St. GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR Boots and Loafers 107 WELCH IN CAMPUSTOWN 238 When Your Shoes Need Repairing, Think of ARCHIE ` ` $ e ۰ A NW = چہ‎ NES ہج‎ MEN ۰ ج ںہ " ‎ A, ٠ t A ۱ kv Set Ss b د عاج‎ ` e " 3 di LU Léi CH a A bei " t x . ہے‎ ٦ C , ۹ =. Repairing boots at Goodyear Shoe Repair, Barb MÉI Beer lg dag‏ رت " m ANDY RIGGS Wierson uses the new automatic boot nailer. ORNING GLASS CO. Auto Glass—Mirrors—Plate Glass Ames, lowa 319 Lincolnway 232-3764 e $ A 1 e " d e Fe Wi " », «T , Pp E: 2 me = - J " LU e | a + ٠ ۱ ۹ : [ 2. 7 7 " OG 1 [1217 A JS. Y jj Ki AM Doeth Agency, Incorporated All Types of Personal and Commercial Insurance Ph. 232-6401 426-5th Street Ames, lowa Al Stoll Neal Popelka Blaine Jenkins i 0 Plumbing Heating Bob Van Voorhis | Since 1923 | 120 Kellogg 232-8081 | | (bg ALIM ہر‎ 78 ۱ 240 Main 232-4640 “I know him!” exclaims Cindy Newton to Jan Gauger as they admire the displays at Wellhouse. Wellhouse Photography GO FIRST CLASS GO TO HERB'S PHILLIPS It's Performance KNAPP That Counts! INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 412 South Duff South of Holiday Inn A. B. " BEEZER " KNAPP PHIL LARSON " Insurance Is Our Only Business " Heated 25c Self-Service Wash Stall ہے‎ T جج‎ All First Class Phillips Products c S Tune-ups, Batteries, Shocks, Accessories AMES 232-5495 ALLAN MACHINE SHOP No Job Too Large or Too Small 224 Duff Ph. 232-6505 239 ty. Tribune is communi Ns SE i zw d X GR QN ON EN " ٠ LJ " A » $ ah? a “ Å ۱ ` à ٠ ۰ bai af 9۹ 254 " ` A aM etat. Ai ۹ 4 d WAN, یھو‎ A A KA a a MO : ۱ es ۹ 1 ۹ ۹ ۰ ٠ Ka ai g TA " Th ۹ Ah " " = ; 1 weet? 4 ` A k (ak) - I AL 1 AS " Ar 3 Aix À 7 ' ۸ rS VA 1 eee uit ‘ atat نیف‎ Aha a ۸ 1 " aS wt A Vice ھ0‎ à d ANA : 1 al " y ف٥٣‎ ; 1 - ۱ 5 ` 0 و‎ E a ` WAX: ٦ : b 4 p A T, AS À ۱ D KA 8 1 Axa MAC 4 (OAY SRM " a b کپ‎ A ۱ LT AA (re : 1 e , Lat r ۰3۷٣٣٣٣ e “ett ka تح ہن‎ = ep uat iut - ۶ + " LAC 1 ۹ 1 ` " v we v C. uh pU أو“‎ School through the Ames Daily Tribune ..... KK 7 =at sn B A ké S Jg i at what's l happening in Ames and the Ames High the paper that focuses on th Ames 9 Daily 240 Benson Motor, Inc. Buick, Opel, American Motors GMC Trucks 5th and Douglas THERES OND) OS MOEN = ANDY RIGGS geng " tae m ا‎ TOM BLISS Sandra Albertson admires this Javelin, one of the many cars from Benson Motors’ stock of new and us ed Cars. DIESEL SERVICE AND AMES PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY Congratulations, Seniors! Gayle Glass and Norma Nims stop to look at bathroom fixtures while touring Ames Plumbing Supply. SCHOENEMAN LUMBER COMPANY Headquarters for Hardware PAINT—PLYWOOD—LUMBER AND ALL OTHER BUILDING SUPPLIES Main and Northwestern Ph. 232-2372 ANDY RIGGS Va ۱ , il! S|: ae UM ` 242 Jct. New 30 69 Ames 233-2211 Sales Every Night Till Nine BETH ASKELSON BROWN'S SINCLAIR Brakes, Tune-Ups, Mufflers, Complete Lubrication 105 E. Lincoln Way Station Phone — 233-1057 Office Phone — 232-9769 TOM BLISS Raring to go ina shiny 1971 Corvette from George White Chevrolet, Dan Doud has high hopes for the future. HENRY’S DRIVE-IN Ph. 232-5613 524 Lincoln Way Ames, lowa OPEN YEAR ROUND Sunday-Thursday 11 A.M.-11 P.M. Friday-Saturday 11 A.M.-12 Midnight Satisfying enormous appetites isn't difficult at Henry's as Lance Foreman, Jim Moldenhauer and Tom Bliss stop after school. BLISS CONSTRUCTION CO. " Builders of Homes Tailored for Living " AMES, IOWA ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN LET US FIX (EM A p RAY'S PAINT AND BODY SHOP, INC. Wreck Rebuilding Expert Spraying Frame Repair Glass Installation 404 E. Lincoln Way Ph. 232-6205 30 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE We're here to serve you by attitude de- velopment and success " blueprinting " - are you ready to break down your hang- ups? Turn your dreams into realities? To groove on yourself and life? D. L. Hammer Associates ANDY RIGGS ac om ac ar aris GA) “SE ER ECK ER EC ER PEt Find out how! 121 Main AMES’ ONLY PHOTO FINISHERS Use Our Film Drop Ph. 232-7363 P.O. 908 ANDY RIGGS Looking over the basketball equipment at Montgomery Ward's, Lowell explains some helpful hints to Charla. dP NN ontaomery WARD SHOP AND COMPARE... ANYWHERE! FOR FEATURES! FOR VALUE! FOR PRICE! BOB'S CONOCO Complete Service for Your Car 311 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-9836 243 w a e oc mz d SERVING AMES FOR 55 YEARS | 423 Main Where Friends Meet to Eat | | RICHARDS' RESTAURANT Noon and Evening CENTRAL IOWA'S Finest Buffet CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS! Nancy Jellinger and Sally Medford enjoy choosing their food while eating at the buffet at Richards' Restaurant. ANDY RIGGS TOM DEE ٰ PANDWICHES THAT ARE SATISFYING AID-RITE OPYRIGHT 1936-MAIO-RITE PRODUCTS, INC ANDY RIGGS ` mme E ANDY RIGGS $ eee = - Stop at the all new DAIRY QUEEN 123 Lincolnway d " fk erf: " ee Ty WR " ` CN RIT POOR SY gät, TW 3 dë Zou AN d gäe Ae LJ à " ` La he KR f و اا‎ MPLOYEE OWNED FOOD STORES Downtown In Campustown at 207 So. Duff at 112 So. Sheldon TOM BLISS As Linda Hicks enters the Cave-Inn, she pauses to think about the pizza she is about to enjoy. THE CAVE-INN FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN CITY LIMITS 126 Welch PH 232-3333 “Finest Pizza In Town” A helpful Smile VARSITY CLEANERS " Quality Dry Cleaning " Complete Laundry Service " ANDY RIGGS Ph. 232-1055 In every aisle Van Voorhis Plumbing Heating Bob Van Voorhis Since 1923 120 Kellogg 232-8081 OUR BEST WISHES TO | AMES HIGH | 245 STANDARD OIL DIVISION OF AMERICAN OIL CO. AMERICAN MOTOR CLUB @ ETTI AS YOU TRAVEL AA +۰ wee et dingy 4 = n Irxx ar E 7 You expect more from Standard ... and you get it! JIM'S STANDARD Stepping out of the door of fashion is senior Chuck Walter. He Across From the is modeling one of The University Shop's outfits of high quality. Highway Commission Heated 25c Self-Service The Car Wash University Shop NC ہس‎ AMES’ LARGEST STANDARD STATION nee DES MOINES REGISTER AND TRIBUNE GENERAL 900 07 Way 301 Ya Kellogg FI ITER COMPANY Proudly displaying one of the Des Moines Registers are two o Ames High's paperboys, Bruce Greene and Frank Schneider. TOM BLISS Design—Construction—Erection PRODUCTS: lron Removal Filters Water Softeners Aerators and Degasifiers Chemical Feed Equipment Coagulators and Mixers Swimming Pool Equipment Ph. 232-4121 Ames, lowa 246 = سے m emm T‏ س ف ee mm o Au " Mat WT mal‏ YOUNKERS ` Satisfaction Always “I'm sure this will fit, " Cindy Wierson assures Diane Kolmer as she contemplates buying a jumpsuit. Nic Classick Lance Foreman Mark Fisher Gordie Meyer Tom Bliss Hortense minner serovy Larry Katz Karen Wass John Ulmer Cos Ostrem Laurann McGilliard John Tysseling Judi Jacobson Andy Riggs Todd Miller Cyndy Newton Anne O'Laughlin David A Hildebrand Paul Swenson Beckie Tesdall Nancy Jellinger Brian Stafford Gary McFarlane David Peters Pat Sexton Brenna Peglar Holly Burkhalter Tom Lockhart Clarrisa Congratulations Seniors! McDonalds = E Ww ANDY RIGGS FRANGOS RESTAURANT FOUNTAIN SERVICE PIZZA STEAK and CHOPS 210 Main Street Ph. 232-9710 from Your Kind of Place 123 South Duff TOM BLISS m سم " ‎ Aw mm Ta nm ہي ےھ‎ : bs € a. ma toys tss nt " e wa. ' ۰ ۰ wt E " Ce 3 T44 E B LM 247 | | NEWCOMERS — Students who entered school after class photos were taken included: front, Norma Ito. Michele | Urmie; second, Flora McMartin, Patty Ingraham, Tracy Satterthwaite; back, Gary Ash, Dave Ingraham, Steve Poisel, Kathi Risch. " Index A Abbott, Eric 12, 89, 93, 205 Abel, Mr. Darrill 34, 56 Abdalla, Iglal 205, 209 Abraham, Kathy 96, 100, 101, 175 Abramson, Barbara 165 ACADEMICS 14-61 A-CLUB 115 Acuff, Hoyt 175 Adams, ZoeAnn 185, 209 ADS 216-247 Albertson, Sandra 64, 67, 74, 75, 97, 99, 185, 194, 205, 209 Alcott, Wayne 183 Alderman, Dave 40, 130, 183 Alexander, John Mark 26, 43, 45, 185, 206, 209 Allen, Donald 183 Allen, Greg 126, 165 Allen, Jim 185, 209 Allen, Tom 165 Allison, Linda 54, 112, 165, 167 ALL-STATE MUSICIANS 46-47 Amemiya, Robert 165 Ammann, Mr. Robert 26, 56 Anderson, Barbara 109, 185, 209 Anderson, Bill 36, 139, 185, 206, 209 Anderson, Brian 152, 175 Anderson, Chip (Duane) 54, 87, 165 Anderson, Chris 9, 23, 64, 112, 184, 185, 209 Anderson, Claire 53, 175 Anderson, Glen 126, 165 Anderson, Kent 121, 148, 150, 175 Anderson, Pam 165 Anderson, Pete 121, 139, 174, 175 Anderson, Sharon 50, 109, 185, 209 Anderson, Steve 175 Andreae, Jean 185, 202, 209 Archer, Debra 175 Archer, Patti 185, 209 Arppe, Heikki (Henry) 43, 45, 100, 152, 185, 199, 209 Ash, Gary 43, 45 Ash, Jim 43, 45 Askelson, Mary Beth 17, 20, 99, 104, 184, 185, 206, 209, 256 ASSEMBLIES 72-73 Atkins, Barb 54, 165 Atkins, Mary Kay 43, 45, 50, 175 Augustine, Lynn 50, 52, 175 Austin, Mrs. Phyllis 56 AWARDS 206-208 Axtell, Buffy 175 Bachman, Bill 43, 45, 147, 152, 175 Bailey, Jeff 165 Bailey, Mr. Keith 56, 121, 122, 128, 130 Bailey, Mike (Dennis) 165, 167 Baker, Julie 50, 53, 175 Baker, Karen 185, 209 Baker, Kathy 185, 209 Baker, Marti 185, 209 248 - L ] ۰ LI Ball, Connie 175 Ball, Maureen 43, 111, 185, 209 Ball, Shivaun 43, 45, 175 Ball, Vicki 50, 52, 53, 175 Balmer, Rick 43, 45, 165 BAND 42-47 Bappe, Sue 183 Barcus, Pete 87, 165 Barfknecht, Jerry 126, 165 Barnard, Mary 54, 165 Barnard, Ruth 185, 206, 209 Barnes, Dave 44, 48, 49, 135, 175 Barnes, Jeff 185, 206, 209, 211 Barnes, Karen 175 Barnett, Lowell 175 Barr, Peggy 104, 175, 256 Barrett, Lynn 29, 165 Barrett, Steve 121, 185, 209 Barrow, Mary 42, 109, 185, 209 Bartels, Bob 43, 45, 165 Barton, Jon 185, 209 Bartruff, Phil 54, 126, 142, 165 BASEBALL 154-156 BASKETBALL 136-143 Bates, Allan 165 Battles, Sherri 43, 45, 50, 175 Baumann, Phil 6, 84, 87, 106, 185, 206, 209, 211 Bauske, Mrs. Grace 24, 56, 94 Bauske, Lynn 64, 74, 184, 186, 209, 228 Beach, Robin 205, 209 Beattie, Betse 9, 186, 209 Beattie, Mark 165 Beaty, Janet 165 Beatty, Mike 9, 43, 44, 45, 47, 185, 190, 209 Beeman, Gary 6, 43, 44, 45, 71, 186, 195, 209 Beer, Alice 90, 186, 209 Beeson, Rick 175 Bell, Jacque 175 Bell, Mark 165 Benbow, Jim 186, 187, 209 Beneke, Patty 43, 45, 48, 54, 165 Bennett, Anne 186, 209 Bennett, Carolyn 54, 165 Benton, Connie 209 Berchtold, Roberta 165 Berger, Bill 98, 165 Bergeson, Craig 175 Bergeson, Cheryl 91, 175 Berthelsen, Mark 126, 142, 152, 154, 165 Berthelson, Julie 186, 209 Best, Barry 126, 142, 165 Bickerstaff, Andy 165 Birdseye, Ted 108, 120, 121, 122, 129, 186, 187, 209 Black, Debby 175 Blackburn, Carol 175 Blackburn, Terry 186, 209 Blanford, Bari 175 Blanford, Bobbi 165 Bledsoe, Bob 135, 175 Bleeker 42, 54, 87, 165 Blewett, Valree 43, 45, 111, 165 Bliss, Tom 99, 104, 115, 133, 135, 148, 175, 256 Block, King 54, 97, 126, 142, 165 Boden, Todd 109, 186, 209 Bogenrief, Doug 147, 152, 165 Bogenrief, Rod 32, 108, 186, 209 Boon, Kathy 50, 52, 87, 96, 175 Bowen, Carol 43, 45, 50, 52, 87, 106, 186, 206, 209 Bowen, Dorothy 54, 165 GORDIE MEYER Bowers, Trent 175 Bowlds, Rick 120, 121, 125,148, 150, 186, 209, 224 Bowman, Dan 129, 165 Bowman, Ron 109, 186, 209 Boyd, Karyl 34, 109, 186, 206, 209 Boylan, Beth 43, 45, 48, 50, 54, 165 Boylan, Marla 43, 45, 175 Boyles, Becky 43, 165 Bradshaw, Bruce 165, 166 Brady, Greg 84, 165 Brady, Lynne 43, 45, 111, 165 Bran, Dario 152, 175 Bran, Lili 206 Braymen, Craig 175 Brayton, Kim 165 Breckenridge, Bob 186, 209 Breckenridge, Terry 126, 165 Brekke, Patty 54, 165 Bremner, Stu 165 Brentnall, LuAnn 115, 175 Brown, Barb 53, 115, 175, 226 Brown, Mrs. Dorothy 56, 94 Brown, Marcia 54, 165 Brown, Toni 82, 83, 84, 87, 106, 205, 209 Brown, Richard 97, 105, 108, 186, 206, 209 Brugger, Jan 70, 82, 186, 209 Brugger, Judi 165 Bruin, Lyn 24, 42, 111, 186, 209 Brunkow, Bryon 165 Buchele, Sheron 84, 87, 100, 106, 175 Buck, Bruce 115, 139, 147, 148, 184, 186, 209 Buck, Cathy 111, 175 Buck, Connie 187, 209, 222 Buck, Jim 175 Buck, Joe 139, 175 Buck, Pete 64, 97, 104, 115, 136, 139, 140, 144, 187, 209, 256 Buck, Susan 50, 175 Budolfson, Ann 106, 187, 209 Budolfson, Art 165 Bulman, Joe 165 Bunce, Sandy 43, 45, 54, 165 Bunker, Dave 126, 142, 152, 165 Burchinal, Jan 112, 175 Burgason, Steve 97, 126, 127, 137, 142, 143, 154, 166 Burke, Karen 87, 175 Burke, Kathy 187, 206, 209 Burke, Bill 166 Burkhalter, Holly 50, 70, 174, 175 Burkhart, Ken 6, 43, 44, 45, 97, 187, 206, 209, 211 Burnet, Joan 52, 54, 166 Burns, Carla 175 Burns, Jim 43, 44, 45, 48, 115, 187, 209 Burns, Karen 54, 166 Burns, Patrick 183 Busch, Danny 97, 187, 209 Busch, Rhonda 205, 210 Buss, Mr. Wilbur O. 56 Buttermore, Kris 187, 210 Buttrey, Mrs. Esther 56 Buttry, Dale 166 Buttz, Doyle 108, 187, 210 Byers, Vicky 175 Byriel, Connie 175 Byriel, Shari 112, 166, 173 C Cafferty, Dennis 50, 82, 87, 89, 176 Cafferty, Jean 54, 166 Calderwood, Phil 130, 131, 166 Caldwell, Mrs. Pauline 61 Calhoun, Mary 111, 166 Calhoun, Neil 144, 187, 210 Cameron, Wayne 187, 210 Campbell, Hank 130, 187, 210 Campbell, Mr. Robert 41, 56, 121, 148 Canon, Linda Kay 108, 187, 210 Canute, Jack 187, 210 Carbrey, Agnes 46, 48, 176 Carlsen, Jane 166 Carlson, Bob 49, 109, 187, 192, 210 Carlson, Bruce 115, 136, 139, 147, 148, 188, 210 Carlson, Dave 176 Carlson, Deb 112, 176 Carlson, Deean 188, 210, 222 Carlson, John 166 Carlson, Miss Karen 56, 159 Carlson, Lori 166 Carlson, Mike 126, 166 Carlson, Sue 166 Carney, Mary 188, 210 Carr, Mrs. Lois 61 Carroll, Terry 139, 140, 147, 166 Carter, Dick 126, 142, 143, 154, 166 Carter, Joan 104, 188, 210, 225, 256 Carter, Kathy 112, 166 Carter, Lori 188, 210 Case, Sue 176 Cassidy, Holly 54, 166 Castner, Bob 17, 98, 108, 121, 188, 210 Catus, Bob 126, 130, 152, 166 Catus, Mary 53, 176 Cerwick, Don 7, 188, 210 Cerwick, Sue 43, 45, 166 Chamberlin, Pam 166 Chantland, Carol 45, 91, 166 Chantland, Nancy 188, 206, 210 Charity, Candace 53, 91, 115, 176 Charlson, Karen 166 CHEERSQUAD 112-113 Cheever, Nancy 188, 210 Chesterfield, Bev 53, 115, 176, 237 Childs, Sue 188, 210 Chirapanda, Suthiruck 176 Chitty, Deb 176 CHOIR 50-51 CHORUS 54-55 Christensen, Bill 70, 139, 176 Christensen, Brian 183 Christensen, Jennifer 173 Christensen, Karen 54, 87, 166 Christensen, Lee 121, 188, 210 Christenson, Randy 43, 45, 205, 210 Christenson, Ron 166 Christianson, Deb 9, 17, 53, 98, 176, 227 Christianson, Dennis 108, 188, 210 Christofferson, Floyd 9, 176 Church, Jan 166 Clark, Barb 43, 45, 50, 52, 176 Clark, Bill 176 Clark, Cindi 54, 166 ER . p t Me TN d f , r Ki i ZW 1 نے‎ Ps ٢ p ue ps — el HH ۰71ھ " ‎ ۱ d, Clark, Don 176 Clark, Pam 176 Clark, Paul 121, 188, 210 Clark, Tom 22, 135, 176 Clark, Tracy 166 Classick, Nic 97, 139, 141, 176 Claus, Jacky 50, 52, 87, 176 Claude, Dennis 108, 188, 210 Cleasby, Teri 176 Clemens, Jim 152, 176, 181 Clinefelter, Candy 54, 166 Cole, Terry 188, 210 Cole, Craig 126, 152, 166 Coleman, Kathy 54, 166 Compton, Nolan 98, 176 Conard, Darla 188, 210, 226 Conard, Randy 176 Conis, Patty 42, 176 Conis, Pete 188, 210 Constantine, Jamie 188, 210 Constantine, Mary 54, 166 Cook, Theresa 109, 188, 210 Cooper, Paul 121, 205, 210, 227 Corbett, Scott 50, 52, 67, 97, 188, 210, 236 Core, Bill 43, 45, 188, 192, 210 Coria, Craig 176 Corieri, Kim 176 Corieri, Roz 54, 71, 166 Coulson, Jane 43, 45, 48, 189, 195, 206, 210, 211 Coupal, Jennifer 46, 48, 50, 176 Couture, Shirley 54, 166 Couture, Tom 183 Covey, Mr. Hi 56 Cowles, Steve 176 Cox, Greg 176 Cox, Tari 166 Coy, Janet 52, 54, 166 Cram, Sally Jo 183 Crane, Mrs. Jean 56 Crawford, Bill 166 Crawford, Bob 26, 43, 45, 133, 135, 189, 210 Crawford, Wendi 109, 189, 210 Crom, Linda 104, 176, 256 Cross, Kathy 34, 108, 189, 210 CROSS-COUNTRY 146-147 Crow, Rhonda 176 Crowe, Karen 189, 210 Crowe, Rod 176 Crump, Eric 26, 28, 81, 189, 206, 210 Culbertson, Tammy 166 Cumminga, Craig 43, 45, 152, 176 Curry, Carolyn 54, 91, 166 CYCLONETTES 115 D Daffin, Diane 42, 72, 189, 210 Dahl, Chris 189, 210 Dahl, Cindy 41, 50, 52, 176 Dahlgren, Rick 189, 210 Dailey, Christie 104, 176, 256 DANCES 68-69 Davidson, Dick 92, 130, 176 Davidson, Linda 30, 54, 111, 176 Davies, Dave 99, 115, 147, 153, 189, 210 Davis, Brad 166 Davis, Bruce 29, 130, 166 Davis, Craig 166, 190 Davis, Diane 189, 210 WELLHOUSE STUDIO Davis, Ken 176 SPIRIT REPRESENTATIVES — Front, Brenna Peglar, Debbie Mahlstede, Teresa Fryar, Lynn Bruin, Jana Jelden, Davis, Mike 9, 205, 210 Amy Johnson, Nancy Smith; second, Holly Burkhalter, Elsie Hoff, Barb Kern, Judi Brugger, Mary Anne Mudd; Davis, Rajean 31, 189, 210 third, Jean Gauger, Terry Emdia, Carla Burns, Cindy Newton, Lyn Johnson, Sharon Holmes; fourth, Jolene Davis, Rod 189, 210 Satre, Jan Brugger, Mary Macheak, Liz Pier, Randy Wedin, Bruce Greene; fifth, Phil Bartruff, Dave Hildebrand, Davis, Vicki 176 Scott Smith, Larry Volker, Steve Fisher, Todd Sand; back, Jim Dickson, Steve Herrnstadt, Jim Scott, Tom Deal, Ronnie 183 Schattauer, Bryan Stucky, Brian Garrett. Dean, Bob 30, 126, 166 249 A س‎ PERRY WHITE Father-son greetings are exchanged as Dr. Burkhart gives Ken his diploma at graduation ceremony. DECA 108-109 De Campos, Regina 189, 210 De Kalb, Alice 176 Demel, Mrs. Marjorie 57 Demirel, Chevy 2, 9, 72, 92, 94, 95, 97, 189, 193, 210 Dengler, Mary 189, 210 Denisen, Mary Clare 115, 176 De Reus, Mary 176 Dickson, Jim 43, 44, 45, 47, 48, 70, 189, 210 Diehl, Betsy 9, 64, 189, 206, 210 Dobson, Meg 87, 88, 106, 189, 210 Dodd, Chris 189, 210 Donaldson, Lee 176 Donaldson, Mark 43, 45, 129, 166, 173 Donelson, Dave 46, 48, 135, 189, 210 Donhowe, Mary 87, 166, 170 Doran, Leisa 33, 190, 210 Dorsey, Lea 54, 166 Doty, Ginger 166 Doud, Dan 121, 176 Dougal, Linda 42, 43, 52, 96, 176 Dowell, Janet 43, 45, 54, 166 DRILL TEAM 115 DRAMA 82-83 DRIVERS ED 40-41 Duncan, Jane 97, 190, 204, 210 Duncan, Sally 166 Dunlap, Barb 91, 190, 210 Durand, Paul 166 Duval, Mr. George 57, 140, 141 E Eakins, Dawn 166 Eakins, Linda 111, 176 Eberhart, Lyndl 91, 167 Ebert, Ann 54, 167 Ebert, George 190, 210 Eckard, Randy 109, 121, 190, 210, 225 Eckstein, Muriel 43, 45, 190, 206, 210 Edwards, Bruce 16, 100 250 Egeland, Suzanne 173 Ekberg, Tom 177 Elbert, Margaret 54, 84, 167 Elder, Bill 177 Eldridge, Barb 43, 64, 97, 112, 190, 206, 210 ELECTIONS 92-93 Elliot, Dave 43, 45, 108, 190, 210 Elliot, Roger 190, 210 Ellis, Chris 54, 167 Ellson, Mike 54, 126, 152, 167 Emdia, Terry 11, 5, 177 ENGLISH 22-23 Eness, Dave 190, 210 Enquist, Mr. Bill 57 Enquist, Jo 52, 97, 108, 184, 190, 210 Epperly, Denise 167 Erbe, Virgil 121, 205, 210 Erickson, Sydney 109, 190, 211, 219 Ernest, Cay 54, 167 Ernest, Steve 190, 211 Eshelman, Paul 54, 167 Eugene, George 183 Evans, Donna 177 Evans, Greg 177 Everson, Mary 91, 111, 159, 205, 211 Ewing, Anne 43, 45, 104, 177, 256 Exner, Alison 48, 50, 51, 177 Faas, Mr. Don 57, 108 Facto, Nickie 50, 205, 211 FACULTY 56-61 Farrar, Dr. Ralph 16, 57, 58, 98 Farrington, Carol 167 Fattahi, Kamyar 177 Feyerabend, Jim 126, 130, 167 Fincham, Jane 48, 190, 211 Finnegan, Theresa 111, 112, 177 Finnegan, Tom 34, 109, 115, 130, 190, 211 Fisher, Mark 104, 177, 256 Fisher, Marvi n 48, 87, 177 " Fisher, Paul 177 Fisher, Steve 51, 54, 167 Fitz, Dave 147, 152, 167 Fitzgerald, Dan 19, 133, 135, 177 Flack, Mrs. Daisy 61 Fleming, Mr. Dave 21, 57, 98 Flemmer, Dwight 43, 45, 177 Flores, Frank 205, 211 Flummertelt, Liz 177, 182 Foley, Kirk 191, 211 FOOTBALL 120-127 Foreman, Lance 50, 174, 177 Forssman, Mr. John 57, 59 Fowles, Mike 120, 129, 177 Francis, Bob 126, 167 Francis, Jill 205, 211 Frangos, Helen 191, 211 Franklin, Greg 177 Frederiksen, John 28, 54, 129, 167 French, Nancy 167 Fribley, Bill 152, 191, 211 Friederich, Charlie 32, 108, 191, 211 Friedrich, Bill 109, 144, 191, 211 Friedrich, Cathy 167 Fritsch, Kristi 43, 45, 87, 167 Fritz, Kim 191, 211 Fryar, Teresa 48, 50, 68, 111, 191, 202, 211 Fullhart, Dave 43, 45, 152, 167, Futrell, Sue 52, 54, 167 G Gallahan, Mark 108, 191, 211 Gammack, Chris 87, 126, 167 Gammon, Rick 191, 211 Gammon, Sherry 54, 167 Garland, Bob 130, 177 Garland, Leanne 108, 191, 211 Garman, Mr. Merle A. 57 Garrett, Brian 43, 184, 191, 211 Garrett, Mrs. Kay 57, 111 Garrey, Richard 45, 167 Gartin, Frank 121, 135, 191, 211 Gartz, Mr. Homer 43, 57 Gauger, Janice 50, 97, 177 Gauger, Jean 111, 167, 239 Geist, Kathy 91, 174, 177 Geist, Sue 29, 43, 45, 54, 91, 167 George, Peggy 191, 211 Gerber, Bill 177 Gerdes, Barry 108, 191, 198, 211 ۱ C TU. یہ‎ WE. ke i Gerjets, Cindy 177 Gerjets, Doug 126, 142, 167 Getty, Rikel 184, 192, 211 Gibbs, Marilyn 34, 109, 111, 184, 192, 211 Gilbert, Mrs. Janet 57 Gilbertson, Mr. Jack 25, 57, 82 Gilchrist, Donna 43, 45, 54, 167 Gillette, Scott 167 Gillispie, Kerry 30, 192, 211 GIRLS SPORTS 158-161 Glass, Domini 192, 211 Glass, Gayle 167 Glass, Vayne 167 Glenn, Sheila 54, 167 GOLF 144 Good, Cyndi 177 Goodwin, Kerry 54, 167 Grabau, Joe 30, 177 Graca, Jane 177 GRADUATION 78-81 Graham, Anita 42, 190, 192. 206, 211 Grant, Jim 82, 97, 192, 211 Grant, Sarah 50, 87, 177 Gray, Cynthia 173 Gray, John 192, 211 Green, Mona 53, 177 Greene, Bruce 129, 177, 246 Greene, Cindy 167 Greiner, Ron 121, 122, 123, 129, 177 Grindeland, Ann 111, 112, 159. 168, 173 Grindeland, Gary 139, 144, 147, 174, 177, 231 Grover, Steve 152, 168 Grucza, Paula 54, 111, 168 Gugel, Miss Dorothy 37, 57, GUIDANCE 20-21 Gurganus, Claretta 43, 45, 87, 168 Gutmann, Nanci 115, 177 Guy, Patti 50, 177 H Hadaway, Patty 53, 91, 115, 192, 211 Hadwiger, Mary 177 Hagebrock, Debbie 82, 168 Hageman, Cathy 192, 211 Hagen, Joe 168 Hagen, Marcia 177 GORDIE MEYER SPIRIT staff members Joan Carter and Susi Schlunz pilfer ideas for the yearbook from their favorite comic book. 0 Hagert, Crys 168 Hakes, Dave 126, 154, 168 Haldeman, Linda 192, 211 Hale, Teri 109, 192, 211, 223 Hall, Cindy 64, 74, 112, 192, 211, 223 Hall, Peggy 177 Halvorson, Brian 43, 45, 168 Halvorson, Bruce 43, 44, 45, 48, 168 Halvorson, Mark 183 Hamilton, Norma 192, 211, 234 Hammond, Bruce 168 Handley, Michael 147, 192, 211 Hannum, Joan 177 Hannusch, Anna 192, 211 Hansen, LuAnn 31, 50, 115, 235 Hansen, Mr. Wayne 24, 57, 82, Hanson, Mrs. Marilyn 57 Hanway, Craig 168 Hanway, Kevin 21, 97, 135, 193, 194, 206, 211 Hapes, Mike 177 Hardy, Tim 147, 177 Harris, Deb 112, 178 Harris, Mrs. Joyce 61 Hart, Debbie 193, 211 Hart, Sue 168 Hartman, Mr. Kenneth 57 Hartman, Missy 22, 97, 168, 169 Hartman, Phil 72, 95, 97, 187, 193, 211 Harwell, Debbi 178 Hassebrock, Mrs. Jean 58 Hatch, Dave 168 Hatch, Larry 193, 211 Hatten, Tom 43, 45, 168 Haupt, Gary 50, 135, 178 Hauser, David 43, 45, 50, 97, 193, 211 Hauser, John 168 Hauser, Virgil 168 Haviland, Bruce 193, 211 Haynes, Carol 178 Healey, Carol 50, 112, 178 BILL FRIEDRICH Warm weather made the cafeteria court a spot to sun, chat, study, and watch construction. Healy, Mary 97, 112, 178, 220 Hedberg, Linda 35, 193, 211 Heer, Michele 45, 178 Heggen, Jane 168 Hegstrom, Erik 133, 134, 135, 193, 211 Heiberger, Mr. Robert 58 Helland, Karen 193, 211 Helland, Shirley, 183 Hemingson, Mike 168 ANDY WARD Summertime brings shorts, picnics in the park, and other leisurely pursuits, as Karen Charlson demonstrates. Hemphill, Rene 50, 178 Henderson, Jamie 193, 212 Henely, Sharon 50, 52, 178 Henely, Sue 168 Henry, Tom 205, 212 Hensley, Jennifer 111, 115, 178 Herbert, Sue 168 Hermann, Laura 168 Herrick, Jeff 114, 115, 121, 122, 193, 212 Herrick, Jeni 54, 111, 112, 113, 159, 164, 168 Herrig, Mr. Doyle 58 Herrnstadt, Ellen 54, 82, 87, 168 Herrnstadt, Steve 48, 68, 115, 147, 148, 193, 212 Hetzel, Mr. Walter 16 Hibner, Jim 178 Hicks, Jim 178, 230 Hicks, Linda 193, 212, 245 Hiedeman, Mr. Dale 28, 58 Hiedeman, Jeff 121, 130, 148, 184, 193, 212 Hiedeman, Sue 168 Highland, Greg 99, 108, 193, 212. 227 Highland, Mary 178 Hildebrand, David 99, 139, 174, 178 Hildebrand, Steve 121, 124, 178 Hilmer, Mr. Keith 58, 174 Hilton, Jeff 126 Hiserote, Joyce 43, 45, 97, 193, 212 Hoff, Barb 34, 193, 212, 222 Hoff, Elsie 43, 45, 46, 48, 97, 178 Hoff, Kathy 42, 53, 87, 109, 168 Hoffa, Lee Ray 205, 212 Hoffman, Sandy 158, 159, 178 Hogan, Ken 97, 98, 115, 193, 212, 231 Holder, John 178 Holdredge, Cindy 178 Holland, Terra 48, 54, 168 Holmes, Sharon 91, 178 Holthaus, Kathy 53, 115, 178 HOMECOMING 64-67 HOME ECONOMICS 30-31 Homer, Margaret 43, 45, 178 Hoof, Craig 168 Hoover, David 45, 98, 165 Hoover, Dennis 43, 45, 50, 98, 193, 206, 212 Hopper, Steve 178 Hopper, Sue 168 Hotchkiss, Bill 48, 49, 168 Hotchkiss, Tom 50, 52, 106, 130 152, 193, 212 Houseman, Hick 173 Houser, Virgil 168 Howe, Trevor 193, 212 Howerton, Linda 194, 206, 212 Howerton, Mark 178 Huffer, Mrs. Anna Mae 61 Huisman, Tom 43, 44, 45, 168 HUMANITIES 37 Hummel, Denise 173 Hemmel, Steve 168 Hurd, Mr. Dennis 58 Huston, George 147, 178 Huston, Mr. Ray 57 Hutchcroft, Mrs. Etha 61 Hutchcroft, Dennett 194, 212 Hutchins, Bob 147 Hutton, Dennis 130, 178 Hutton, Gordon 168 Hvistendahl, Brad 6, 84, 88, 104, 106, 194, 206, 211, 212, 256 Hyer, Linda 194, 212 | I.M.C. 16-17 Impecoven, Mr. Bob 58, 94, 130, 148, 152 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 41 Ingvoldstad, Nancy 50, 51, 52, 178, 236 INTRAMURALS 156-157 Irwin, Terri 178 Israel, Connie 112, 158,159, 178 Jackson, Judy 50, 194, 212 Jackson, Nick 178 Jackson, Steve 23, 121, 125, 139, 148, 150, 152, 188, 194, 212 251 ee — À - ` Send Gordie Meyer out for a baseball action shot and he Jacobson, Mrs. Anne 58 Jacobson, Cindy 42, 159, 168 Jacobson, Dennis 168 Jacobson, Judi 91, 174, 178 Jacobson, Mike 168 James, Alberta 53, 178, James, Marci 178 James, Meg 54, 168 Jamison, Gary 121, 178 Janssen, Steve 100, 126, 169 Jarrell, Kim 29, 121, 184, 194, 212 Jarrell, Starla 50, 115, 178 Jeffrey, Steve 154, 169 Jefson, Mr. Jim 28, 58 Jeldon, Jana 178 Jellinger, Nancy 104, 111, 115, 178, 245, 256 Jenison, Steve 43, 45, 91, 97, 194, 195, 211, 212, 206 Jensen, Karen 194, 212 Jeska, Ted 12, 41, 169 Johns, Steve 169 Johnson, Amy 53, 178 Johnson, Blair 121, 178 Johnson, B. J. 46, 48, 49, 145 Johnson, Brooks 43, 45, 121, 178 Johnson, Christy 13, 169 Johnson, Cindy 50, 91, 97, 179 Johnson, Dan 121, 179 Johnson, Dennis 44, 115, 121, 124, 129, 194, 206, 212 Johnson, Dorene 194, 212, 225 Johnson, Lyn 43, 45, 52, 54, 169 Johnson, Mr. Phil 58, 121, 125 Johnson, Randall 169 Johnson, Rebecca 50, 52, 53, 194, 212 Jones, Darlene 43, 45, 79 Jones, Gloria 195, 212, 225 Jones, Mr. James 58 Jones, Mark 126, 130, 169 Jordan, Dennis 108, 195, 212 Jorgensen, Mr. Tom 58, 139 Joseph, Shelton 34, 126, 164, 169 Julius, Kent 142, 154, 169 Julius, Mark 179 JUNIORS 174-183 Jutting, Jaci 195, 212 Jutting, Jerry 43, 45, 169 K Kackley, Terri 179 252 comes back with something like these of Amy Johnson. GORDIE MEYER Kaldor, Mrs. Ruth 61 Kalton, Bob 195, 212 Karns, Pat 195, 212 Katz, Larry 97, 104, 179, 256 Kayser, Joe 179 Kayser, Pat 169 Keech, Darlene 195, 212 Keller, Cliff 195, 212 Keller, Jana 29, 54, 169 Kellogg, Jeffrey 169 Kelton, Patty 169 Kemeny, Maria 54, 97, 112, 113, 164, 169 Kempthorne, Joan 43, 45, 48, 100, 179 Kenyon, Scott 139, 179 Kepley, Dan 179 Kern. Barb 43, 45, 91, 195, 206, 212 Kestel, Barb 26, 53, 179 Ketcham, Barbi 43, 45, 48, 169 Ketcham, Judy 195, 206, 212 Key, Charles 194, 205, 212, 256 Key, Dana 169 Khan, Roshenara 195, 212 Kindermann, Candy 48, 54, 169 Kindermann, Debbie 53, 179 Kingsbury, Debby 169 Kingsbury, Roger 179 Kinney, Jim 129, 169, 152 Kinseth, Julie 9, 20, 50, 64, 67, 74, 112, 195, 212 Kirk, Bruce 44, 45, 48, 195, 212. Kitzman, Aaron 84, 195, 212 Kitzman, Craig 97, 126, 169 Klas, Jackie 169 Kleinschmidt, Mrs. Jean 21, 23. 58 Kline, Steve 43, 45, 195, 212 Kline, Terryl 183 Kiser, Chris 54, 84, 87, 88, 106, 169 Kiser, Janice 43, 45, 169 Kiser, Kathy 43, 44, 45, 50, 179 Kluck, Naincy 195, 206, 212 Kniseley, Richard 54, 169 Kniss, Kirk 169 Knutson, Dennis 169 Koerber, Greg 169 Koerber, Laura 16, 195, 205, 212 Kolmer, Diane 72, 87, 179, 247 Koschorreck, Gabriele 54, 169 Koupal, Diana 34, 109, 195, 212722! Kraft, Bob 43, 44, 45, 99. 195. 206, 212 Kreamer, Scott 67, 104, 105, 114. 115, 135. 147, 148; 150: 212 256 Kuehl, Jeff 9, 121, 179, 224 Kuehl, Jennifer 195, 201, 212 Kuhn, Dean 67, 97, 179 Kuhn, Bob 195, 212 Kunerth, Bill 115, 121, 130, 179 Kyle, Steven 196, 212 Kyllo, John 183 L LaFontaine, Mike 169 Lagerquist, DeAne B4, 87, 169 Lande, Deborah 54, 173 Lande, Laura 196, 212 Lane, Jerry 130, 169 Lang, Louis 169 LANGUAGE CLUBS 102-103 Lapehn, Kris 43, 45, 179 Lapehn, Meg 43, 45, 47, 48, 196, 206, 212 Lariviere, Pat 54, B7, 169 Larson, Alan 50, 51, 179 Larson, Barb 169 Larson, Cheryl 179 Larson, Cindy (12) 26, 196, 204. 206, 212 Larson, Cindy (Central) 169 Larson, Cindy (Welch) 52, 54, 91, 169 Larson, Debbie 196, 206, 212 Larson, Gene 16, 67, 75, 79, 137, 138, 139, 147, 189, 196, 206, 211, 212 Larson, John 150, 212 Larson, Mark 192, 196, 212 Larson, Randy 142, 169 Lasche, Tom 196, 212 Latta, Jackie 54, 169 Lawson, Steve 179 Lazo, Sylvia 54, 169 Ledet, Eric 97, 196, 212 Lee, Mark 196, 212 Leibold, Donna 179 Lem, Rick 192, 196, 212 Lenning. Debbie 53, 110, 111, 179 Lesan, Mary 87, 169 Liming, Gary 179 Linder, Beth 74, 109, 196, 212 Linder, Kim 179 Linzenbold, Eva 179 Lippert, Dave 179 Litchfield, Mark 169 Little, Brian 126, 169 Little, Kevin 196, 212 Lockhart, Alan 173 Lockhart, Tom 11, 115, 147, 148, 179 Loots, Barb 115, 169 GORDIE MEYER In basketball, now, Gordie gets lots of action —like this of Marla Stritzel and Deb Carlson. — ہہ ——— — —— EATUR a ee VEO CECR E " — ۵ — is EM Py وق‎ » A TEN e ہنا‎ s Action in the locker room is more intellectual — Rick Bowlds, Tom Pantenburg, and Larry Loots read avidly. Loots, Larry 49, 138, 139, 147, 148, 196, 213 Love, Jeff 67, 97, 196, 200, 213 Lovely, Mike 179 Lowman, Lisa 108, 196, 206, 213 Lucht, Lori 111, 196, 213 Luchett, Elaine 179 Luing, Janet 54, 169 Lumsdon, Steve 169 Lundvall, Jane 104, 105, 197, 213, 256 Lybeck, Mrs. Sigfrid 58 Lyman, Linda 50, 179 Nic, Mac MacBride, Mr. George 58 MacBride, Laurel 48, 91, 180 MacBride, Maurine 13, 50, 91, 197, 206, 211, 213 McCarley, Carl 179 McCay, Nate 97, 179 McConnell, Gary 97, 115, 117, 147, 148, 152, 197, 213 McCormack, Sara 97, 169 McCoy, Jeff 169 McCullough, Robin 43, 45, 169 McCoy, Mr. Richard 48, 49, 58 McCoy, Scott 87, 169 McDonald, Cay 169 McDonald, Chris 183 McEIherne, Jim 170 McFarland, Carol 54, 170 McFarlane, Gary 43, 45, 179 McFarlin, Mike 11, 99, 135, 179, 228 McGilliard, Lance 114, 115, 121, 125, 148, 152, 197, 213 McGilliard, Laurann, 112, 179 McGinnis, Doug 170 Mcintire, Mike 23, 170 GORDIE MEYER Mcintire, Pat 121, 125, 197, 213 McKern, Dave 108, 184, 197, 213 McLaughlin, Greg 121, 129, 179 McMahon, Bryan 183 McMillen, Diana 54, 170 McMillen, Rick 170 McNabb, Genene 50, 82, 87, 89, 100, 106, 179 McNally, Miss Mary 59 McRoberts, Jeff 115, 133, 179 Macheak, Ann 180 Macheak, Mary 104, 197, 213, 256 Madden, Ken 180 Madden, Laurie 53, 174, 180 MADRIGAL 50 Mahlstede, Debbie 91, 111, 196, 197, 213 Maile, Dennis 130 Marley, Mark 180 Maroney, Mike 43, 45, 170 Marten, Cynthia 43, 45, 50, 51, 52, 180 Martin, Deby 45, 54,91, 111, 170 Martin, Kai 43, 45, 101, 173 Martin, Rick 170 Martin, Stan 197, 213 Matchett, Jerry 126, 152, 170 Mather, Marilee 109, 147, 197, 213 Maxon, Mrs. Carolyn 59 Maxwell, Pam 32, 197, 213 Maxwell, Rick 126, 170 Meador, Margaret 109, 197, 213 Meador, Vince 170 Medford, Sally 34, 53, 180, 245 Mehle, Chuck 126, 170 ee SO b ie ae A os. al i om A cC aes Mendenhall, Mr. Jack 59, 121, 129 Metzler, Mark 6, 48, 84, 85, 197, 213 Metzler, Mike 54, 88, 89, 170 Meyer, Gordon 97, 104, 180, 256 Meyers, Jeff 22, 154, 181 Michael, Jon 88, 180, 205 Michaud, Debbie 34, 108, 197, 213 Michel, Kevin 170 Michelson, Jeanie 197, 213 Mickle, Peg 71, 91, 158, 180 Mikes, Mrs. Lou Ann 59 Millard, Marcia 54, 170 Millard, Vicki 180 Miller, Gary 197, 213 Miller, John 54, 126, 170 Miller, Kevin 180 Miller, Todd 97, 104, 115, 132, 135, 147, 180, 256 Millikin, Scott 6, 120, 121, 124, 125, 197, 213 Millikin, Sue 111, 159, 170 Mills, Janet 197, 203, 213 Mischke, Tom 170 Mitchell, Mike 108, 197, 213 Moeller, Herman 170 Mohr, Jeff 197, 206, 213 Moldenhauer, Barb 48, 68, 198, 213 Moldenhauer, Jim 148, 174, 180 Moldenhauer, Pam 114, 115, 198, 213 Moldenhauer, Roberta 115, 198, 213 Mollet, Mrs. Anne 59 Montag, Paul 99, 128, 129, 147, 152, 198, 213 Montag, Ruth 43, 45, 170 Moody, Beth 64, 67, 74, 79, 112, 184, 198, 211, 213 Moore, Connie 198, 213 Moore, Don 198, 213 Moore, LeeAnn 43, 45, 170 Moore, Marta 54, 170 Moore, Pat 180 Moorman, Kris 43, 50, 106, 111, 198, 213 Moreau, Alain 115, 147, 187, 198, 213 Morehead, Patrick 54, 106, 170 Moreland, Bruce 170 Moreland, Carrie 198, 213 Moreland, LuAnn 42, 170 Morgan, Jon 170 Morrison, Richard 99, 170 Morton, Andy 54, 170 Morton, Marian 50, 97, 180 Mudd, Mary Anne 112, 170 Mulhall, Maureen 33, 198, 213, 225 Mullica, Larry 180 Muncy, Carole 170 Munn, Dave 180 Murray, Corajayne 170 Murray, Janis 198, 213 Myers, Carolyn 54, 170 Myers, Chris 170 Myers, Mike 12, 180 Myers, Wendy 92, 110, 174, 180 Nariboli, Ashok 180 Nath, Barbara 170 Needham, Dave 180 Nelson, Mrs. Carolyn 23, 59 Nelson, Dave 24, 43, 198, 213 Nelson, Greg 43, 44, 45, 180 Ness, Jan 54, 110, 170 Netcott, Jeff 108, 198, 213 Netcott, Steve 126, 170 Newell, Nancy 54, 170 Newmans, Henry 170 Newton, Cyndy 180, 182, 239 Nichols, Mary 54, 170 Nichols, Scott 99, 140, 152 Nickel, Dave 43, 45, 180 Nigh, Sherri 170 Nilsson, Paul 180 Nims, Norine 198, 201, 213, 220 Nims, Norma 170 Nissen, Beth 170 Norem, Mr. Ken 20, 59 Norman, Wes 199, 213 Norris, Dave 199, 213 Norris, Linda 180 Norton, Shirley 180 Nostwich, Mark 183 Nutty, Pete 170 O Oates, Harry 170 O'Connor, Bill 180 OE, DECA, VICA 108 O'Laughlin, Mary 29, 54, 170 Oliver, Connie 43, 45, 170 Olsan, Mr. Paul 59 Olsen, Charles 199, 213 Olson, James 45, 173 Olson, Mary 167, 171 OPENING SECTION Opheim, Bill 34, 108, 199, 213 ORCHESTRA 48-49 Orton, Rosemarie 111, 199, 206, 214 Ostrem, Larry 180 Outka, Ann 54, 171 Owen, Jeff 130, 171 Owings, Marilyn 199, 214 P-Q Pace, Marti 43, 45, 50, 52, 111, 180 Packer, James 52, 54, 87, 152, 171 Page, Mr. Kenneth 59 Page, Mike 171 Page, Randy 180 Palmer, Tom 180 Panagides, Lydia 100, 180 Panos, Maria 180 Panos, Milt 199, 214, 231 Pantenburg, Tom 71, 120, 121, 122, 148, 151, 166, 187, 199, 214 Parker, Dennis 121, 180 Parks, Cindy 180 Parks, Dave 171 Parks, Jane 50, 184, 199, 214 Parks, Sharon 173 Parrish, Debbie 43, 45, 53, 180 Patterson, Carolyn 50, 82, 180 Patterson, Carol 54, 111, 159, 171 Paulsen, Chris 108, 199, 214 Paulsen, Larry 87, 171 Paulson, Mary 180 Peacock, Donna 180 Pedersen, Barb 171 Pederson, Judy 180 Peglar, Brenna 50, 52, 87, 97, 180 PEP CLUB 110-111 PEP BAND 47 Pepper, Pennie 199, 213 Percival, Janice 53, 181 Perry, Mike 181 Petefish, Bobbie 199, 214 Peters, Dave 181 Petersen, Jim 43, 45, 181 253 | | Peterson, Betsy 50, 52, 183 Peterson, James David 135, 181 Peterson, Larry 147, 148, 153, 181 Peterson, Mark 171 Peterson, Mary 50, 115, 199, 214 Peterson, Sue 171 Phipps, Grant 87, 171 Phipps, Rebecca 199, 214 Picht, Nancy 53, 181 Pier, Liz 27, 159, 181 Pirtle, Dave 6, 183 Pohm, Debby 181 Poole, Toni —see Toni Brown Popelka, David 43, 45, 171 Popelka, Diane 199, 214 Porath, Toni 170, 171 Porter, Daria 171 Porter, Ken 173 Posegate, Mr. Dave 41, 59, 139 Post, Kathy 50, 181 Potter, Mark 48, 50, 200, 214 Powell, Sue 43, 45, 50, 52, 181 Powers, Cindy 171 Powers, Melody 43, 45, 181 Powers, Neil 173 Pratt, Cathy 200, 214 Price, Bob 180, 181 Price, Richard 183 Prior, Jim 181 Provow, Ron 130, 181 Purvis, Rusty 171 Purvis, Warren 126, 171 Purvis, Wayne 108 Pyle, Doug 115, 129, 200, 214, 227 Pyle, Joyce 164, 181 Pyron, John 28, 126, 152, 171 Quam, Jerry 200, 214 QUEENS 74-75 Quinn, Cynthia R Randol, Lori 112, 174, 181, 4 Rasmussen, Bill 87, 106, 181 Rasmussen, Linda 181 Rasmussen, Pamela, 183 Rasmussen, Randy 142, 171 Read, Bob 171 Reece, Mary Kay 54, 171 Reed, Kathi 54, 87, 171 Reger, Rick 26, 99, 104, 105, 152, 200, 214, 256 Reinbold, Bob 132, 133, 135, 152, 171 Reno, Mrs. Mary 59, 70 Reynolds, Bill 200, 214 Rhinehart, Diane 181 Rhoads, Kathy 183 Richards, Duane 147, 148, 152, 181 Richards, Jane 31, 200, 214 Richardson, Darrell 6, 121, 200, 214 Richert, Bob 152, 171 Richert, Judy 200, 214 Rifen, Mike 200, 214 Rifen, Steve 34, 181 Riggs, Andy 104, 105, 256 Riley, Joe 82, 171 Ring, Cheryl 43, 45, 54, 91, 171 Ripp, Mr. William C. 21, 59, 97, 184 Risch, Kathy 43, 45 Risse, John 172 Ritland, Mr. Everett G. 7, 17, 59, 70, 97, 184 Robertson, Leanne 43, 45, 172 Robinson, Jill 172 Rohrbough, Becky 172 Rohrbough, Debbie 91, 115, 181 254 Rolling, Monicia 109, 200, 214 Romans, Jeff 172 Hosewell, Emily 87, 181 Hoss, James 183 Routh, Cathy 200, 214 Houth, Debbie 54, 91, 172, 228 Rowley, Mrs. Annette M. 59 Hoyer, Teri 181 Hozeboom, Anita 200, 214 Hozeboom, Katy 54, 172 Runyan, Mary 50, 181 Rushing, Claudia 87, 106, 181 Rusk, Dick 181 Russell, Dean 43, 45, 152, 181 Ryding, Margaret 52, 84, 183 S Sailsbury, Paul 181 Sakamoto, Marc 126, 148, 150, 172 ms, Norma 172 Sand, Joel 109, 200, 214 Sand, Todd 172 Sanders, Paul 97, 115, 192, 200, 214 Sandersfield, Patricia 183 Sanderson, Mark 43, 45, 144, 147, 200, 206, 211, 214 Sandve, Helga 181 Sandve, John 181 Sandvick, Al 33, 108, 121, 200, 214 Sansgaard, Cindy 172 Sassaman, Jane 36, 200, 214 Sather, Val 87, 172 Satre, Jolene 50, 51, 181 Saul, Cheryl 158, 159, 172 Savage, Steve 121, 122, 148, 187, 200, 214 Savage, Tricia 54, 97, 172 Saveraid, Dave 200, 214 Sayre, Brad 181 Scandrett, Don 93, 115, 121, 124, 125, 152, 200, 214, 215 Schaefer, Judy 87, 201, 214 Schaller, Carl 95, 97, 99, 115, 135, 201, 214 Schattauer, Paul 54, 97, 129, 172 Schattauer, Tom 26, 50, 51, 52, GORDIE MEYER او f LA H A Election turns Chris Gammack into a walking graffiti display. 97, 201, 206, 211, 213, 214 Schepers, Mrs. Donna Fae 59 Schill, Mary 181 Schlapi, Daryl 180, 1 Schlunz, Susi 84, 97, 104, 106, 201, 206, 214, 256 Schmalzried, Steve 172 Schmidt, Mrs. Mary 59 Schmidt, Rick 154, 181 Schmidt, Sara 181 Schmidt, Sue 172 Schminkey, Kandy 54, 172 Schneider, Frank 142, 147, 172, 246 Schneider, Larry 147, 152, 181 Schneider, Mr. Richard W. 60 Schneider, Mrs. Sandra J. 37, 60 Schoenemian, Jeff 121, 122, 148, 181, 183 Schoenemian, John 121, 129, 201, 214 Scholten, James 135, 152, 181 Scholten, Sally 43, 45, 54, 91, (up Eau ez SCHOOL BOARD 16-17 Schroeder, David 183 Schulte, Pam 54, 172 Schultz, Steve 172 Schulze, Dave 104, 105, 184, 201, 206, 214, 256 Schwartz, Jeff 87, 172 Schwartz, Karen 172 Schwartz, Roberta 181 Scott, Jane 91, 181 Scott, Jim 43, 44, 45, 139, 201, 206 Scott, Mr. Marvin 60, 100, 101 Scott, Sue 43, 45, 172 Seibert, Kathy 172 Seibert, Sue 172 Seidel, Anin 12, 43, 45, 100, 201, 206, 214 Seifert, Ed 94, 201, 214 Seim, Becky 201, 206, 214 Seim, Janet 54, 91, 97, 112, 113, 164, 172 Seiser, Barb 110, 111, 202, 214 SENIOR ACTIVITIES 210-215 SENIORS 184-201 Serovy, Mary 104, 181, 256 Sexton, Matt 181, 228 Sexton, Theresa 20, 202, 214, 219 Shaffer, Terry 97, 182 Shank, Ned 48, 172 Sharp, Cindy 54, 97, 172 Shaughnessy, Colleen 205, 214 Shaughnessy, JoAnn 54, 97, 172, 223 Shaw, Andy 172 Shearer, Barb 202, 214 Shearer, Cindee 48, 54, 68, 172 Shearer, Howard 202, 214 Shedd, Don 182 Sheeler, Bob 202, 214 Shelton, Grady 130, 172 Sherick, Martha 182 Sherman, Ann 53, 182 Shockey, Sandy 202, 214 Shockley, Charles J. 135, 202, 214 Siedelmann, Cynde 115, 182 Siedelmann, Gary 202, 214 Sibley, Marguerite 87, 172 Silverthorn, Darrell 172 Simmons, Ken 100, 101, 183 Simmons, Martha 172 Simon, Lori 182 Simons, Randy 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 87, 202, 206, 211, 214 Sims, Cindy 172 Skadberg, Mark 54, 130, 172 Skadberg, Laurie 198, 202. 214 Skarshaug, Arne 172 Skarshaug, Pam 202, 214 Skortman, Debbie 202, 214 Slater, Tia 54, 91, 172 Sletten, Mr. John 23, 60, 147, 148 Smalling, Mr. Ray 60, 162 Smiley, Phil 202, 214 Smith, Al 182 Smith, Jerry 202, 214 Smith, Letitia 42, 182 Smith, Nancy 202, 214 Smith, Scott (10) 54, 172 Smith, Scott (11) 182 Snider, DeWayne 33, 108, 203, 214 Snider, Randy 182 Snyder, Danny 170 Snyder, Janice 84, 106, 203, 215 SOCIAL STUDIES 26-27 Soden, Tim 115, 147, 148, 203, 215 Soderholm, Paul 43, 45, 182 Sogard, LouAnn 174, 182, 231 Sondrol, Tammy 9, 97, 99, 109, 182, 227 : Songer, Gretchen 203, 215 Songer, Jennifer 172 ; SOPHOMORES 164-173 Sorenson, Larry (Richard) 172, H 173 : Spatcher, Mr. Cecil 14, 7 Spatcher, Jul 148, 203, 215 i Spear, Loretta 172 1 SPECIAL EDUCATION 0 1 Speer, Beth 54, 172 Spencer, Dan 121, 130, 182 SPIRIT 104-105, 256 SPIRIT REPRESENTATIVES Spratt, Mr. Roger 56, 60, 167 Sprowell, Dave 143, 172 Sprowell, Bob 135, 182 Stafford, Brian 115, 147, 148, 174, 182, 256 Stafford, Craig 184, 203, 211, 215 Stevens, Jane 203, 215 Stevenson, Vicki 53, 97,203, 215 Stephenson, Craig 182 Stevenson, Rodney 172 Stewart, Lawrence 203, 215 Stewart, Linda 54, 91, 172 Stone, Beth 158, 159, 172 Stone, Mr. Edwin 40, 60 Stone, Laura 36, 182 Stoops, Mary 111, 203, 215 Straker, Shirley 182 Strand, LeRoy 183 Strennen, Cindy 172 Strike, Jill 172 1 Strike, Lowell 34, 109, 115, 121, i 203, 215 Stritzel, Greg 172 Stritzel, Marla 21, 112, 159, 182 Stucky, Bryan 97, 126, 130, 172 Strodtman, Dave 43, 44, 45, 182 STUDENT COUNCIL 92-97 Stump, Sherry 172 Stursma, Elaine 203, 215 Sturtevant, David 172 Sturtevant, Mr. Floyd 7, 60 | Stuve, Betty 172 | Stuve, Dorothy 48, 182 | Stuve, Bill 203, 215 Sulentic, Mr. Tony 30 Sullivan, Terry 183 Sullivan, Tim 126, 142, 172 Sumter, Ann 214 Sutherland, Marilyn 203, 206, 215 em pg pam ——— — wc c ee jm d ratem tm a — À سب‎ - = e ms MUNI in m S To Svec, Jean 97, 104, 182, 256 Swan, Kathy 182 Swank, Rick 34, 109, 121, 148, 203, 215, 222 Swanson, Stewart 54, 172 Sweitzer, Lee Ann 34, 108, 214 Sweitzer, Mary 159, 172 Swenson, Dick 40, 99, 183 Swenson, Mr. Jerrold 60 Swenson, Kathleen 50, 183 Swenson, Paul 15, 98, 99, 115, 139, 147, 148, 183 SWIMMING 132-135 Switzer, Bonnie 203, 215 Switzer, Mrs. Judy 60, 114 Switzer, Robin 84, 89, 172 SYNCHRONETTES 90-91 T Talbert, Marc 203 Talbot, Nancy 50, 183, 206 Taller, Greg 17 Tamashunas, John 203, 215 Tamashunas, Vicki 54, 172 Tannous, Wadad 183 Taylor, Laura 203, 215 Taylor, Randy 43, 45, 126, 152, 172 Tempel, Su 31, 108, 203, 215 Templeton, Joyce 183 TENNIS 145 Terrones, Toni 54, 172 Theodosopoulos, Mike 183 Tesdall, Beckie 115, 183 Tesdall, Doran 183 Thiel, Nancy 109, 204, 215 Thies, Charla 115, 183 Thomas, Chan 43, 45, 172 Thomas, John 172 Thomas, Mrs. Mary 61 Thomas, Steven 183 Thompson, Bonnie 172 Thompson, Chris 50, 51, 52, 204, 215 Thompson, Gayle 50, 111, 204, 215 Thomson, Ray 43, 45, 52, 97, 152.172 Thone, Joel 183 Thorbecke, Bob 152, 183 Thorbecke, Eric 173 Thurston, Carol 183 Tiffany, Ray 204, 215 Tiffany, Jean 172 Tiffany, Mrs. Penny 60 Timmons, Josie 90, 183, 197 Torkildson, Rick 93, 121, 204, 215 Tostlebe, Melanie 115, 183 Townsend, Steve 147, 152, 183 TRACK 148-153 Tramp, Mr. Dale 21, 60, 121 Trexel, Mr. Milton A. 43, 60 Troeh, Stanley 172 Trow, Mary 204, 215 Trueblood, Carla 205, 215 Truhe, Cathy 109, 204, 215 Trump, Mr. Richard F. 28, 29, 60 Tschetter, Cindy 22, 54, 91, 172, 228 Turek, Dale 183 Turner, Tim 183 Tweed, Cheryl 183 Twetten, John 183 Tysseling, John 115, 121, 144, 183 U V Ulmer, Jim 87, 172 Ulmer, John 21, 97, 100, 183 Unger, Clifford 128, 129, 204, 215 UN, DEBATE 100, 101 Untrauer, Lisa 183 Valentine, Celeste 30, 54, 204, 215 Vance, Mrs. Linda 61, 111 Vanderwal, Joyce 54, 173 Vandecar, Mrs. Dorothy 61 Van Den Bosch, Brian 173 Vandeventer, Alan 20, 45, 115, 120, 121, 122, 139, 184, 186, 189, 204, 215 Van Fossen, Ted 29, 48, 204, 205, 215 Van Oosbree, Jon 204, 215 Van Patter, Dave 183 Van Voorhis, Vickie 52, 54, 87, 173 Vaughn, Vickie 183 VICA 108 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 32- 35 Voelker, Larry 43, 45, 50, 173 Vohs, Barb 204, 215 Voss, Pete 97, 142, 173 W Waddill, Lynne 173 Wagner, Bill 52, 54, 87, 173 Wagner, Tim 204, 215 Walker, Tom 13, 204, 215 Wallize, Inga 106, 111, 204, 206, 215 Wallize, Pam 204, 215 Walsh, Bill 173 Walter, Chuck 43, 45, 95, 97, 99, 115, 121, 204, 215, 246 Ward, Andy 6, 104, 121, 183, 256 Ward, Mrs. Barbara H. 61, 104, 105, Ward, Janet 53, 183 Ward, Margaret 173 Warg, Bruce 173 Warman, Sue 50, 91, 183 Warner, Dave 173 Warner, Don 183 Warren, Allan 49, 97, 115, 121, 152, 204, 215 —— Warren, Denise 173 Warren, Terry 120, 183 Warren, Tish 183 Wasel, Debbie 204, 215 Wass, Karen 71, 104, 111, 183, 256 Wass, Kim 43, 45, 46, 48, 54, 4+۰3 Waters, Joan 174, 183 WATERSHOW 90-91 Watson, Jeff 183 Wearth, Larry 126, 130, 131, Woes UTS Weaver, Mrs. Sharon 61, 111 WEB 24-25 Weber, Jane 54, 171, 173 Webster, Cathy 173 Wechsler, Nancy 204, 215 Wechsler, Robert 173 Wedin, Randy 43, 45, 50, 97, 173 Weigle, Pam 54, 173 Weiss, David 173 Weisshaar, Greg 115, 147, 148, 153, 204, 205, 215 Weisshaar, Penny 173 Welch, Mike 183, 204 Wellhouse, Dan 183 Wells, Rick 121, 139, 197, 205, 215, 220 Welshons, Ellen 43, 45, 205, 215 Wenger, Alan 99, 173 Wessel, Keith 205, 215 Wessman, Jon 183 West, Bob 183 West, George Ann 205, 215 Weuve, Gary 34, 183 Wheeler, Mark 108, 205, 215 Wheelock, Dave 147 Wheelock, Gary 130, 205, 215, 220 Wheelock, Michael 152, 173 Whelchel, Mrs. Louise 30, 61 White, Jim 183 White, Mr. Richard C. 61 Wiant, Leslie 43, 91, 111, 205, 215 Wierson, Barb 43, 45, 183, 238 GK Rau آ6‎ d 1 ` E 1A DM { e d SÉ) SCT EK v Le? 4 Wierson, Cindy 109, 7 215, 247 Wierson, Dab 148, 150, 151, 183 Wierson, Denise 183 Wierson, Marcia 205, 215 Wilcox, Mrs. Rose 34, 61, 108 Wilder, Mike 43, 45, 173 Wildman, Randy 173 Williams, Chris 173 Williams, Dan 126, 130, 152, 173 Williams, Kyle 115, 121, 139, 148, 183 Williams, Rick 183 Williams, Steve 34, 109, 205, 215 Willroth, Mark 79, 109, 205, 215 Wilson, Vicki 183 Windsor, Mr. Charles 61 Winton, Dave 130, 152, 183 Wirkus, Mike 43, 45, 48, 173 Wiser, Mr. Al 37, 50, 52, 53, 61 Wittmer, Mr. Michael 61, 134 Woldruff, Scott 34, 109, 205, 215, 223 Wood, Sheryl 50, 183 Wood, Mr. Walter H. 28, 61 Woodard, Craig 126, 142, 173 Woodley, Ken 126, 173 Wooten, Beth 4, 5, 64, 215 WRESTLING 128-131 Wright, Diana 43, 45, 173 Y-Z York, Ken 121, 183 Younie, Linda 205, 215 Young, Holly 43, 45, 173 Young, John 43, 45, 183 Young, Pam 109, 183, 224 Young, Roy 183 Zack, Cathy 111, 205, 215 Zaffarano, Bianca 43, 52, 54, 91, 173 Zaffarano, Elisa 115, 183 Zediker, Mr. Arnold 61, 115, 121 127, 142 Zierath, David 173 Zmolek, John 43, 45, 54, 97, 173 Students stage a sit-in at the spring talent assembly after the official end of the program. 255 Editorial staff Scott Kreamer, editor-in-chief Rick Reger, associate editor and sports editor Jane Lunclvall, photo editor Dave Schulze, head photographer Brad Hvistendahl, creative copy Christie Dailey, academics editor Mark Fisher, classes editor Gordie Meyer, student life editor Peggy Barr Andy Riggs Tom Bliss Susi Schlunz Pete Buck Mary Serovy Larry Katz Brian Stafford Charlie Key Jean Svec Todd Miller Andy Ward Karen Wass Business — advertising Mary Macheak, business manager Beth Askelson, ads editor Anne Ewing, assistant business manager Joan Carter Linda Crom Nancy Jellinger Mrs. Barbara Ward, sponsor Acknowledgements The. 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