Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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Admit for un-excused absence on dates tain a signed pass IEC Aurei ee and advance at . ..-. Admit for excused tardiness at . own free will. (Sim- 1 : ply scrawl your 6. ا‎ Pass to Any LTT Period Signature on the ---.Principal's approval ان سس سے سے سے سے سے سے‎ 69ء‎ 6 line.) .-- Left for conference at Teacher . -...Left conference at... Admit for excused absence on dates „Admit for un-excused tardiness at apum tt Rt ا‎ . Teacher - Time returned from conference. Teacher d Fe yo 5 ور ہے جج‎ O 2s م‎ Ones | 9ے‎ D مو‎ oA و‎ 1 : لي بم ون ب‎ woo 01 E SEOL È , coxc ; بجح حب‎ = Qj 4 0 Sif gD تد‎ 0 gx S : DO ow 00 عد‎ THO كات‎ E. د م‎ © 0 a ye ويد‎ sul sO. UO 3 8 EY m + = G D ےکا ہا‎ hy 0 = O UO ج٥ ی کے رہ‎ e Sie. D ےرم‎ EQUES O o B SITI یل‎ ری ہ س N S 1 mom. جا‎ m1. | ندات‎ c 1 © et ) 0O O O 6 | ةمح ن س‎ م نب د Q‏ 0c n رح کپ‎ ۱ Fight your way through the lunch line only to find no punches left on your ticket. Get a good seat on the lobby bannister. Jump ahead four spaces. While playing cards in the lounge, conducting a chemistry experiment or eating lunch in the cafe- teria — what do you do during a fire drill? Con- tinue playing cards, con- ducting the chemistry experiment.... CONGRATULATIONS Listen to announcements uninterrupted, fill out a WEB survey, vote on class officers, receive grade cards and hear student council notes. all within the 10 minutes of homeroom! : AO TAT FE a ا‎ iwa ik Tomas — ہی ہنہرب ml‏ رم ETE 7 Mi r -nm Fri 11 A j |,» Complete the sentence by choosing one of the following responses: ١ love to go to class be- cause it's fun to: a. view and discuss stimulating movies. b. study, and later do homework. c. watch the workers building the Fine Arts wing. a bag of Fritos. m NA سس‎ 2. Shanghaied on the lobby bannister by Mr. Tramp. Go to 210: do not pass the lounge; do not collect a Pepsi or AN ALTERNATIVE TO CAFETERIA CUISINE: REDEEM THE FREE HAM- BURGER COUPON ON PAGE 27. First day with student teach- er. He covers everything he’s learned in 3 1 2 years of col- lege. .Or the answer to this math problem. Find two numbers such thatthe sum of their squares is 170 and the difference of their squares is y " - ہیں[‎ " A wA Um m A - ao e 2 ١ : ٦ " " — " unnntcten c Ig. 1 " .ike the funda- mentals of mod- ern dance taught in a physical education class.. 7 " Discover ihe k E P n ject of the AHS b Game— to learn Um 2 8 something... d p - " c7 5 + E MA. n áp Tw v. ! CEST Ou M i M e 7 d; ‘ at " ur d ais az 1 , cy) What thought is running through this kid’s head? (Choose one): a. " Find two num- bers such that the sum... " b. " Last night was a long one! " c. " | can’t believe | ate the whole thing.” ریہ iv KL. 5 - 41 Mio ام‎ - tbe ON Ly S ems ١ کر رپ‎ = LI ” ع.ر‎ mg c , ری‎ «J = . " bv M et E D LA ‘ks w A nee: اید‎ 0 C?» . Mes 21. لیے eo L TT © - ہے‎ i ہے M " 3‏ er ۰ P‏ = A n‏ Ti cM L‏ 7 7 5 mai” " T‏ 7 5 2, aS. 1 we ras 7 Takea study break. Work the AHS Game Four-Letter-Word Crossword Puzzle on page 204. wem مہ‎ m " = FVD Res‏ ہی ا X LE a Sue L و‎ aja As a 7 ۰ Ly, 0 7 T ١‏ موس سے - a TET یم‎ wena ا‎ wt ١ A Y ' ,— i ‘ ep MN hie? a soie عون ا‎ تم‎ ۸ 5-955 ا ANC Teachers have it rough, too (below). Skip a couple turns to recover from hours of term paper grading. : cT» i " 32! ١ LA CE) ۹ è SES ow nl we — ٠ yy ۰ oes am c ew I c o LJ LI Time for some fun! Notice that in the new science court- yard, a pig mys- teriously appears, then 50 frogs, then a flagpole, then a goose, then a... Licking the lic- orice. Change " jobs " with Mr. Tramp during teacher stu- dent switch day. Learn your Biology lessons well. Imitate your ancestors. lake an extra turn. OO Express yourself. pres Express yourself. clean up the mess) Deface the Paint a sign (and walls of the advertising the lounge with Events and Activities game which begins on the scribbled wisdoms of next page. crayola. OOPS! Caught in the act of cheating at cards in the lounge! For- feit 3 AHS Game bonus points and your bid of five hearts. PRETEND YOU'RE ON THE UN TRIP. LOSE ONE TURN TO SLEEP IN THE AISLES, ON THE LUGGAGE RACKS, OR ANY EMPTY PLACE ON THE BUS. 0 ٦ " ! » : 2 ۱ 7 ٠ «ow + am m a " ow 5 TTP cen ym tnm SEA ap es ttd موسر‎ zm رمج‎ رع وہ سو سے y tue ee‏ ہے mp-‏ .- m " o mt. " ا‎ p mA i Arg ہک‎ o CS الك‎ 6 Participate in class...on stage. (see “The Prime of Miss -Jean Brodie,” page 56.) Advance 199 pages and play the Senior Activities game, a record of what kids have been doing at Ames High for the last three vears. Look for vour name and impress your folks. Former Mr. Universe Bruce Randall instructs in body building. Advance 50 spaces! 10 m o " = 4 " = " 27 as مم‎ m omm — — SE 5 7 1 Lm " - |. ١١ - » r - , " LE nei , سار‎ e 3 ————————— Ae ae en " m : v‏ بے مر y ‏ تلجت " - « 5 " 7 01 = 5 ©“ » - 5 ۰ eo — — À‏ سسجت Ht TON 4 4 D. | .. è LN ———————— Events and Activities AHS GAME POP-QUIZ The photo to the left is (choose one): E eu TOR a) Dr. Farrar at a peace Turn the page and rallv play the Dances Game, b) Lt. Jones. the Ames BIBBIA ir High narc 1 Events and Activities c) Tom Bliss at a Home- ee eu pages 12- 25 coming bonfire j! | d) All of the above e) Who cares? On Monday, a girl youdon't know calls to ask you to the Formal, say yes. On Tues- day, the girl of your dreams Calls.... Hire someone to do your Ata pep assembly, stick hel mes your head through a hal homework paper hoop and yell “Circle cheer!” (Lose $4 because you're swamped with extra-curricular activities. one turn) KASI-FM disc jockey Randy Olmstead takes a giveaway sheet from John Tysseling before telling the winner to radio listeners. " UII Music rolls out, but جج‎ mr money doesn't roll in Fun and games played a major role in the social program of the Ames High Student Council. It gave the first dance of the year to the SPIRIT staff, who then proceeded to make over $300 from the dance, which featured Fyre and Ice. Then came a mass of dances that failed to turn a profit, or even make costs. The music rolled out, but the money didn't roll in. Then, in a stroke of genius, the social committee held the traditional Mistletoe Dance in an un- traditional way. There was mistletoe, of course, but there was also a live broadcast by KASI- FM, with Randy Olmstead acting as master of ceremonies and disc jockey. Prizes were do- nated by local merchants and were awarded to those people who answered quiz questions correctly or performed simple stunts. Again a mass of non-profit dances occurred. Then a regular dance made money. This took place when Rural, a local group, played. Sud- denly the ball started rolling. Another dance, another SPIRIT brainchild, took place near Val- entine's Day. It was billed as a second mistle- toe dance, but used hearts instead. During the dance, the SPIRIT Sweetheart, Connie Jo Israel, was crowned. However after the Sweetheart dance, the ball took a bad bounce. A couple of non-profit dances went by uneventfully, except for an instance of fisticuffs between a student and a teacher chaperone. The incident resulted in a ban on dances. But there was a finale. During the second-to- last week of school, the social committee held a surprise assembly dance in the courtyard featuring Rural in a special return engagement straight from John's. The sounds of the concert filled the building for nearly two hours as stu- dents and some of the faculty grooved to the rock and roll music. What can be said? 12 Crowned with a crushed velvet hat, a member of Rural picks away at the steel guitar at the courtyard concert. " aot سے مج‎ ees, ويه باس 1س سے‎ ee Attending an Ames High School “sit,” these dance-goers make themselves comfortable on the cafeteria floor. à WF | ١ 1 Lo on " m 3 ' » E i a 95 ک ‎ b 1 Playing at one of the few dances that made money, Con Brio does “Okie from Muskogee.” Football team members watch as Bill Kunerth dumps an effigy into the bonfire. THE QUEEN AND HER COURT: Marla Stritzel, Elsie Hoff, Queen Debbie Pohm, Laurann Mc- Gilliard, Lori Randol. IM f 1 n 1 ١ ۰ " aud و‎ 0 ١ 7 ‘ ۲ 1 AP ١ ٦ M ۰ - سے‎ i I لئے‎ 1 mm | TUM ۱ t Homecoming 1971 ‘Time to Remember’; bonfire, no caravan For the first time since World War II, Ames High had a homecoming bonfire. Despite an over-abundance of smoke and rain, the bonfire brought a large crowd. Due to the all-day drizzle much of the fuel was wet, making the fire dilticult to light. Instead of the traditional ten or twelve nomi- nees for Homecoming queen, this year students were to choose fifteen candidates. Numerous ties resulted in twenty-one candidates. In a single election, Debby Pohm was elected to be queen and Elsie Hoff, Laurann McGilliard, Lori Randol, and Marla Stritzel were attendants. The Homecoming dance was in the gym for the second year. The group, the Red Dogs, involved the audience in their performance with chants and clapping. As one person summed it up, They were great. " Todd Miller shows the balloon tree he and several others created prior to the Homecoming game. ٠ے‏ رووو وا ا ہیں Py - Pon 4‏ ` = و : A " 4 - " de is 7 ا یں و‎ د‎ E M PO » 7 8 ٠: ہک‎ M Cw y 1 } J و‎ Vg RUIS TA THE TWENTY-ONE CANDIDATES—FRONT: Laurann McGilliard, Wendy Myers, Jana Jelden, Theresa Finnegan, Cindy Dahl; MIDDLE: Elsie Hoff, Nanci Guttmann, Peggy Barr, Nancy Jellinger, Joan Waters, Connie Jo Israel, Liz Pier; BACK: Carol Healey, Marla Stritzel, Kathy Post, Charla Thies, Jan Burchinal, Debbie Carlson, Lori Randol, Karen Wass, and Debbie Pohm. 15 Entertaining those attending the Winter Formal, Junctio showband from Iowa City, shows-off with their version of the can-ca Getting high on Whimsy Dip, Sen- ior Cyndy Newton helps to make decorations for the Winter Formal. ' LL c =- - " E - -e e — يامو‎ — - ae » " - ۲ e E - p. F f " 2 p. . - Ld J - - آي‎ 35 7 ` - ۰ سس‎ e a ہے کے روخ دہ کے‎ m o r 0 5 x 2 ۶ بس‎ B 0 » For these Ames High students, winter fun means playing crack-the-whip with friends on Lake Laverne. “We're dreaming of a green Christmas!” sings th toboggan load of winter fun-seeker Formal ۹٤ winter vacation A wide variety of dress, the return of many 7l graduates and snide comments from the band marked the 1971 Winter Formal. Three hundred fifty-four attended the dance, " Colour My World, " a much larger crowd tham in pre- vious years. They wore everything from jeans to tuxedos, and danced to a wide range of music provided by Junction, a seven-man band from lowa City. Seniors Debbie Carlson and Rick Schmidt were elected Queen and King. Other winter activities included studying at the library, snowmobiling, watching football games, caroling and partying with friends. There was little snow during vacation and when it came it found the students returning to school to face the onslaught of finals. The long and shorts of it. Kayenne McCarley and Mary Hadwiger model the varied styles worn at the Winter Formal. After the fun of winter vacation, old snow and Monday morning greet returning students. Go E کا ا ۱ فی۸ 1 1 1 " y « ti‏ وم Tea‏ جب PS errr‏ uad Pia’ (Yet 4‏ 1 ١‏ ۶ر 5 , ٠ = f | Aft)‏ — NP POLLS, an»‏ اوس بخل ٢‏ جک ہہ f . $ LP ; - و‎ Ñ 2 T1‏ شا اد جر nm. Qu ic Lm 4‏ ہو qu S‏ ۹۷۴۔۳۵ A WO TYE « TN a re -Pan he res ما‎ n Tad A 6 4 E T. Mi. ۹ -— " 5 te. a ` - 1 -s 7 ` ¥ مہ‎ 5 «£ . 1 bua تتم‎ AT. d r De “e E 5 A ٦ , LI = e Y- t 7 4a 2 ara ‘= = ! A ۶ رام‎ P MET 2.30 M gr i )کے کن‎ ME E A لا‎ : ES ٠ یں‎ 5 1 , E M ب‎ LI سوا‎ E وس 8 ب " ‎ , " ncs LU LE LI v 0 ل‎ v 4 رھ‎ d یہ‎ Vr r کس ہے ون سے‎ 1 LEE په‎ A 2 بج‎ uet Mta? ee ۳ et as , 0 =” ym. ow 5 -- K کہ وو‎ © ١ . wir - » s " v A a y 5 1 عم - - يي‎ - 5 B à f 9 8 ۰ mM 1 ہد‎ ۲ ےہ‎ t r ٠ چس کي‎ ۰ 1 1 1 i ہد‎ A N a E f 4 A 7 8 B LJ 8 7 1 7 a - 3 LS a ———‏ ۔ - 9 3 03 یق ری 4 FIO: 7 ` ۱ ET MN tie Reigning over the Winter formal “Colour My World” are King Rick Schmidt and Queen Deb Carlson, and their court, composed of (from left) Bruce Greene, Pete Anderson, Theresa Finnegan and Nancy Jellinger. Gathered together for some summer relaxa- tion are Connie Jo Israel, SPIRIT Sweetheart: Lori Randol, track queen; and Deb Carlson, Winter formal queen. a | Ape ky a 3 a ۵ ba : rre oe ۵ ON 2 Rd 4 eee e TS Y Oso se PER NES انا‎ T. و‎ ١ سسیں ہر‎ RE - PE ORE Receiving the approval of the crowd are the newly crowned track royalty: Mary Healy, Lori Randol, and Karen Wass. Five seniors elected to reign at four of the year’s events Four girls and one boy were elected to reign as royalty at four separate events this year. In October, 21 senior girls were nominated for Homecoming queen. From those, five became finalists at the Homecoming bonfire. The queen Debby Pohm was crowned at halftime of the game, with Marla Stritzel, Elsie Hoff, Lori Randol and Laurann McGilliard attending her. Rick Schmidt and Deb Carlson became King and Queen of the Winter Formal by being the top boy and girl nominees of those attending the dance. Others in the court were Pete Anderson, Theresa Finnegan, Bruce Greene and Nancy Jellinger. At the Valentine’s SPIRIT dance, the yearbook staff crowned the years SPIRIT Sweetheart, who was elected by the student body. She was Connie Jo Israel. Her attendants were Karen Wass and Elsie Hoff. The 1972 track team was responsible for the selection of their queen. This year, the only girls eligible to be queen were those who had worked at track meets. Karen Wass and Mary Healy were selected to attend Queen Lori Ramdol. Playing in the water in the new west hallway, Homecoming Queen Debby Pohm relaxes in a way all her own. EI Jubilantly Pam Clark and another midyear | graduate look over their high school diplomas. Aute n 1 m c e سے‎ LJ — —M—— MD d - wA PS I a e i m 1 NN Ape NN N N ١ N ۹ N Fmd - “=e " 1 " y E " 7 T E ON ¢ q= 0 Ln 2 ٠ 09 l a و‎ eit x " f 4 or : m f A 7 عو — مل‎ 4 wat è ھچ سی‎ EJ - 8 " P Sal Np irs fo p " ax qu 1 Kb, : ۱ وم مھ‎ - ò i ہے‎ ٠ سسا س‎ — ah oam mm à ۹ مت اليه‎ VICES . E Ta h E »1 E " M. uet ۲ EM CON ١ ھ۸ ج‎ 1 = pr e ٠ 0 Lr ad Ah eet on Mo = wl» x ١ و‎ ` - 5s ` NT = =e 7 P ; ada » Ve 2 md E ۰ , ١ 2 mm. a a 7 qe ٠۰ 7 pu z M . ` - i ; 2 -— | 3 - a - , | 3 - 1 ak - x ۰ 5 1 : j i Y Dr. Richard Herrnstadt. School Board member, addresses midyear graduates during the informal graduation ceremony. 20 Indefatigable Lea Dorsey gives yet another announcement for the Prom. - = - RJ سس‎ ل‎ 0 - = o مھ‎ ہے‎ = ind bed Ed Lad Rd Lad Lad - — La Midyear graduation; measles attack AHS; Jr. Exec's Prom An informal ceremony for seniors graduating at the semester was held for the first time this year. Of the thirty-four graduates, only 10 chose to participate in the informal ceremony. The main reason for the large number was the change from the six to the eight-period day. One of the more unusual happenings this winter was an epidemic of German measles which hit AHS. The measles struck quickly; often students could observe a classmate get- ting the dreaded spots all over his body. Junior Exec. sold direct ories, had pie sales and sponsored movies to raise the money needed for the Prom, Purple Haze. With this money the group Broadway Clique was hired. 2] Hurrying home to change, Cindy Parks and Gary McFarland leave the Prom to continue their evening at the Elks after party. 7 4 | 3 j 4 1 م t‏ Making their way to the dance floor after a break in the music, Amy Johnson takes Jim Moldenhauer’s arm. lona MVP Eo St DOF ہے‎ DS کے‎ Og " Rows of empty chairs in the Hilton Coliseum await the commencement exercises and the class of 2 i o- 4 9 " JE. 5 Pad , ےے جا‎ ct ‘ -— r " 8 0 ہے مم‎ P p صو‎ ٠ aw -— o اويا‎ E AA é t و ? ; و‎ 4 asa. — — -——— — سس جم ہے‎ et Su 9 tee - -— 15 Pre-commencement: four easy steps The SPIRIT presents a special edition of the Ames High School Game: how to graduate in four easy steps. Step one. Rest up for the ceremony during senior week. However, lose one turn upon realization that senior “week” is only four days. Step two. Attend the Senior Picnic at the Ames Golf and Country Club. Enjoy swimming, golf, volley ball and food under sunny skies. Throw Dr. Farrar into the pool (take an extra turn.) Step three. Accompany your folks to Bacca- laureate at C. Y. Stephens Auditorium. If your father is a member of the clergy, he helps conduct the service. Step four. Don your cap and gown, and pre- pare for that big moment when you... With expressions of tension, sobriety and amusement, the graduates enter via Pomp and Circumstance. Practicing on the putting green, Alan Larson sinks one at the senior picnic. ) 7 pi سے‎ (NR " n ۱ i Senior Week activities included catching upon sleep missed during finals. Tom Lockhart demonstrates. | 3 i | 1 à کہ یں ہت سا‎ pose SR oe A è ۱ a 1 سر رج ١‏ کو B‏ | 9 | 4 V te a rd + ° 1 ] «- 0 vai inte ia es- 2 : E ey aas ederet s nn | | i ' p B 1 a n T Up and over! Greg Nelson whacks the ball, after a set-up by Mr. Bailey, during a volley ball game at the picnic. This page folds out SERA‏ )ري D. 1 1 E. pn ‏ E een 5‏ ظ I ra 1 وا‎ xd af 7 — A 5 4 -— س 2 , | | [ 4 i | | f - LAM mur f 7 E ٦ lies, Nie e Y ie 4 x 7 ... Graduate! Graduation 1972 broke with tradition in several ımportant respects. The Class of 1972 was the irst to hold Commencement at Hilton Coliseum. Class size was down to 381, partly because 22 seniors chose to participate in the midyear graduation ceremony. Lastly, the class voted to adopt cardinal red robes instead of navy. However, the tradition of having student speak- ers was retained. Joan Waters and Dick David- son were elected by the class. The ceremony itself was sedate, with only a handful of the peace armbands that have marked recent Commencements. fit the con- clusion, after the traditional switching of the tassels from left to right, about 20 seniors tossed frisbees they had concealed in their sleeves into the air to mark the triumphant end of high school. Both the Ames High band and choir provided music at the graduation ceremoney. Here the A Cappella choir performs. stion priorities 9 Vis; it s p 0 0 0 ol ges? Firesquad sponsor Dale Tramp speaks to the 150 members of the group during organizational meeting. " 9غ‎ 9-1 1 asi observe i 0 Enough lden, g Punishment lo DSen SN i Il nder star Concerned parents; main: unsettle calm year; B redirected | interests á At the کی‎ me -72 892 a quiet year, un- marred by the protest, dissidence and vandal- Vardens ism of recent years. Students were ecology minded and the fall waste paper drive netted Pis than $100. Student government fell into its accustomed pattern of appointing commit- tees ond mumbling about lack of power. | ?grq m h, Then in early winter a group of “concerned parents” charged that drug use was rampant, n (that there were " card sharks " in the lounge, MUn Nic and that discipline was lax. There followed a CO- =: of meetings — of parents, with the 9 School Board, of students and teachers. | The high school received widespread publicity: J ndi 1 n b: in the Ames Tribune, in the Des Moines papers 0 (especially lurid after a drug assembly inci- dent), and on Radio Station KASI, which EEE a Saturday morning program featur- ing Dr. Ralph Farrar entitled “It’s the Principal of the Thing. " e SJ By spring vacation, the crisis was past. The S radio program continued but expanded into De other areas of public interest. By the end of the school year, the furor was‏ رں۔ over; apathy appeared to be the mood of the‏ times. Firesquad members drifted away; at-‏ tendance at Student Council meetings was so‏ sparse that the co-presidents held no meetings‏ until a quorum of members signed a pledge to‏ attend: the election assembly moved to night-‏ time, drew only a handful of nonparticipants.‏ Interest in other school-related activities also‏ dwindled. Several small clubs ceased to meet.‏ Students continued outside volunteer activities,‏ tutoring, in hospitals, church groups. And as‏ S m FOV: vear came to an end getting a job became 0 all-important and a Career Day 0 drew many students. - 0 ۷۹ھ ہے Thinking of future career possibilities Gail Weigel‏ | listens to an Ames businessman during Career Day...‏ ' G; E JIUUCLIIIS: U O O} UD|d S ۾‎ hai speak out. Amn e! | ١ ١ 7 8 x 3 d و‎ 3 " ; r 5 2 E ١ي‎ S . 1 5 ١ d iy ay 8 اپ ای‎ v " سی مدپہیسف‎ dpi denm 1C. a Oy sc ہا‎ n «3 +i YE — دز‎ 3 Trew 2 i " " e ww یہت‎ “Se i A Fetal PA, te ب2‎ ct WP oom ل‎ Lcx d 1 4 f MS 3 il 1 ور سم مع‎ 0 ہس کے‎ EL ۹ » " ror 2 Y N Quot oom Penis QUA CUR a PME 1 n | UN p A M C l sA ces ہہ‎ i. B a e مه 1 ” ےہ‎ y ó 7 | | Letting the community know more about AHS, Brenna Peglar and Karen Wass a, © مخ‎ | speak on Radio KASI. پر‎ I میس‎ : L E Almost everything great nas been done by Shon priorities 9 visit Enough " dep, g Punishment lo | ser Inderstanding " Gc main Rules challenged; relations improved In every game there are rules which must be followed. Rules are challenged, changed and on lained in the course of a year. Headlines n the WEB throughout the year suggested that iis was the case at Ames High. E + Student Review Board was formed to review | M school policy and school actions and to come am to a decision about them. The purpose of the ( group. according to Everett Ritland, was to serve as an " avenue for better understanding h nm Unicg between students and administration. Communication was the main objective of the, three schoolboard observers. They were to attend all meetings and serve as links between À ْ ظ‎ 0 0 J nd | ng h the board and the AHS student body. Informing the community as to what goes on in the high school involved many students. KASI AM Radio presented programs every Saturday entitled " Its the Principal of the CC Thing " . The program, originally featuring Dr. Farrar, discussed such topics as school dis- cipline and drugs with students, teachers, Ae, parents and schoolboard members. Later the program was expanded to cover areas other 4 than schools. Wy J 7 M. 35 anes a Youth shows an interest in school management as NT Lagomarcino observes a school board meeting. Students 7 | jom وص يه‎ oc, Speak out sm grows «on ۳00. oce. a- O L MME WW contemplate new responsibilities Las لے ھا‎ amp Review Board members confer with vice- principal Everett Ritland on the procedure the board will take. xO” An interested parent looks at assignments while observing class during Parents Visitation Week. Ba. RUD 2062و روم Who has right? pnis AIT سس‎ war عم‎ 5.6 7 Ls “tha plasses with the student. Visitor tuu 1 4 fir cane tte Visors ar c C Faculty council advises ' V F 9 1 کے یرٹ‎ " ENT " Bec رہہ‎ Ex, S T 1 - m Mt مر‎ T i بش‎ Ti " . PUE, S» 7 $ A | - Bp. | Dir مہ‎ I-A! A 47 z | Rules committee, a group of students and teachers. attempts to solve problems by revising the " Q 3 | rules in the student handbook. ote - 4- CS 3 ni E | ۷ b XN Em ©, Q P. کی‎ 1 c | g” ard Pr b " 5 6 A ; " i «e re Ock 2) 2 $ | cQ y, OQ. -E MK deg M | 0 | 1 n NEST N آ33 + ae P + Vee p ee 3 EY e : ا‎ : 0 F م‎ UL vui m l 1 “re 7 5 j RE b prees CA , be wut’ s. رہ کو ا‎ ae : ee ee. ویج‎ A UC A GESCEI Sa « 2 : $ en P um d m, SP d 7 1 e. " S i oe `‏ و ا ہا Adde‏ كردن ٠‏ ہت ys‏ : ال‎ LE CU AR 5 ma « latg, 2f " Er d m ' pn A لج‎ 1 M IIS à ۰ ۱ سای 5 " . حاسعمنت — = 3 eee‏ اتا wv 5 سا ےہ‎ ` - A " m E ۱ g Y عم‎ ne S Syn ve " s AL? ah! a ٠ 0 er یب‎ Ca Ae ا اه‎ ex Ux a E elve men and women, performed for an all-school assembly. Fewer assemblies, night convocations mark 1972 schedule “Let's go to a hoedown! " Ames High students were greeted by the music of Rural during a surprise assembly-concert held on May 18 at the end of the day in the courtyard. Sunshine, water balloons, and foot-stomping music con- tributed to the good time. Another popular assembly presented the Reper- tory Dance Theatre. The company demon- strated basic dance steps to Advanced Modern Dance students and also at an all-school assembly. To arouse school spirit, pep assemblies were given for each athletic event. Students were not required to go to pep assemblies. Fewer assemblies were given during the day. Longer assemblies such as the election and awards assemblies were held at night for those who wanted to attend. Invitations were mailed to parents whose children received awards. Sponsor Mrs. Switzer presents awards to cheer- leading co-captains Mary Healy and Lori Randol. 0 ہے‎ p " " x 8 1 » 5 2 ا‎ l EE ud . يكور‎ " ng. 5 a ws uj 29 ag u سس‎ ri a 2 7 et M MR Lit E tj TOVA 7 بان -۔‎ ١ . 8 3 se eee 1 " - . ! 2 ng AS LI 5 ےط کید 1 09 ا ا کن The Repertory Dance Theatre, consisting of tu m dis sn Grooving, moving, brooving, shooving, looving, snooving, wooving, pooving, ooving, rooving in the courtyard. Playing Cupid at the talent assembly, John wer i. 1 lu RAM 8 ee وک‎ Rh v - da P کین‎ a 5 TAM. اھر‎ ١ " ML - a m wi. be, E - E 4 تچ — ہن ےہ‎ ee — سے ہے‎ sat — aT e e [Tm a pig skin " —performing in a Pep Club skit, a group of girls help T ysseling promotes the sweetheart dance. | arouse school spirit before a West Waterloo football game. = banal " n کو‎ = a — ے‎ 0o — T سم‎ Snoopy rejoices at " Suppertime, " chor- eographed and danced by Chris Kiser. Center—Choreographing is perhaps the hardest part of preparation for the show. Sharon Holmes and Peg Mickle write one of their numbers, Closing “Anne of A Thousand Days,” six Synchronettes highlight the selection by forming a sparkling crown which reflects in the water. V — mM d ———— Te c) Ed sian b u á = me سه م‎ -A - " RA کک sh DANCERS—FRONT: Mary Nichols, Patty Kelton, Sally Scholten, Carol Healey, Carol Arnold; SECOND: Patsy Maroney, Connie Reed, Cyndi Jacobson, Ann Kelso; THIRD: Nancy Newell, Terry Shaffer. Ruth Hollenbach, Sandy Hubbert, Beth Speer; LAST: Mary Constantine, Sue Hiedeman, Jan Kiser, Liz Pier, Carol Peterson, Sue Herbert. NOT PICTURED: Chris Kiser, Diana McMillen, Vicki Tamashunas, Peggy Young. “Peace,” a seven-minute combination of three contemporary songs, was student edited and choreographed. Synchronettes design numbers for show " Its in Print,” this year's swim and dance show, was held three weeks earlier than usual. This meant lots of crowded schedules for 66 Syn- chronettes and dancers. Regular practices could not be scheduled until the boys swimming season was over, when they were held every night and most Satur- days for seven weeks. Betore this, about 15 girls were busy working on choreography. The ultimate goal is for a girl to be able to write her own number, ac- cording to Club Sponsor Mrs. Anne Jacobson. Writing the number was just the beginning. Costumes had to be chosen and practices scheduled. Walk-throughs helped girls learn routines with the music before practices. The week of the show dress rehearsals were held. By this time costumes were finished and numbers were near perfection. Lights were added along with entrances and exits. The re- sult, the show, was given three nights. Girls sold fruit cakes and note cards and even paid for parts of their costumes to enable the show to break even. ee ae SECOND: Sally Scholten, Ann Kelso, Barb Mahlstede, Esther Wright, Cheryl Ring, Nancy French, Lyndl Eberhart, Susan Chantland; THIRD: Debbie Olson, Terri Hough, Mary Muir, Candace Charity, president; Kathy Geist, vice-president; Sharon Holmes, Judi Jacobson, Sue Warman, Debbie Routh; FOURTH: Sue Carlson, Cindy Tschetter, Janet Seim, Cheryl Tweed, Julie Landon, Karen ١ Bachman, Sandy Hubbert, Laurel MacBride; LAST: Denise Olson, Diane Swenson, Carolyn Curry, Trisha Ingram, Cindy Johnson, Liz Pier, Nancy Talbot, Ann Self, NOT PICTURED: Carol Chantland, Linda Deppe, Sue Geist, Cindy Larson. | SYNCHRONETTES—FRONT: Lyn Johnson, Tia Slater, Chris Wheatley, Linda Stewart, Carol Arnold, Peg Mickle, Susan Stephan; = | 35 1 | i losie Timmons, Nanci Gutmann, Tia Slater, Kathy Abraham, Kathy Post, Joann Shaughnessy, Trisha Savage; THIRD: Mary Kay Atkins, Tom Wilson, Kathi Reed, Lena Eklund, Marla Stritzel, Anne Ewing, Mary Serovy, Joyce Pyle; FOURTH: Christie? Dailey, Ruth Burkhalter, Julie Landon, David Weiss, Peter Crump, Jerry Jutting, Cindy Tschetter, Janet Seim, 3 Karen Wass; FIFTH: Cyndy Newton, Paul Swenson, Randy Crom, Steve Hopper, Mark Lagomarcino, Paul Schuette, Ray Thomson, Howie Campbell, Chris Gammack: SIXTH: Dave Fleming, Bob West, John Thomas, Lockhart, Mark Fisher. Student Council: involvement, issues Getting students involved in Student Council activities was a major problem for both first and second semester councils. However, when actively involved the council proved effec- tive. according to sponsor Dave Fleming. Open campus was once again an issue but no decisive action was taken this year. The lounge stereo, despite debate over volume, was re- turned. First semester council, led by Nate Mc- Cay and Wendy Meyers changed the parking lot traffic pattern and sponsored an informative drug week. Rap sessions were also instigated to bring the town, staff and students together. Kathy Abraham and Brenna Peglar, second semester co-presidents, helped to form a stu- dent review board to review disciplinary cases. Because of the many questions being asked about the high school, Parents Visitation Week was held. Raising money for Openline and Bustopp, these girls sell apples and oranges. FIRST SEMESTER STUDENT COUNCIL—FRONT: Lance Foreman, treas; Brenna Peglar, sec; Nate McCay, § pres.; Elsie Hoff, sec; John Ulmer, parliamentarian; SECOND: Defne Lagerquist, Gordon Meyer, John Tysseling, Matt Koupal, Tom 36 COND SEMESTER COUNCIL—FRONT: Elsie Hoff, sec; John Ulmer, parliamentarian; Kathy Abraham, pres; Brenna sale pres; Lance Foreman, treas; Minner Serovy, sec; SECOND: Mary Brady, Janet Coy, LuAnn Brentnall, Trisha age, Theresa Finnegan, DeAne Lagerquist, Josie Timmons, Nanci Gutmann, Joyce Pyle; THIRD: Kathy Post, Tia a Eicter Karen Wass, Patty Beneke, Johnn Shaughnessy, Kathi Reed, Lynne Brady, Marla Stritzel, David Weiss, Anne Ewing: FOURTH: Mike McFarlin, Allan Bates, Greg Brady, Elaine Luckett, Christie Palmer, Jan Tuttle, Lena Ecklund, Christie Dailey, Jerry Jutting, Julie Landon, Ruth Burkhalter; FIFTH: Chris Charles, Steve Hopper, Mark Lagomarcino, David Morgan, Candy Clinefelter, Cyndy Newton, Paul Swenson, Cindy Tschetter, Nate McCay, Janet Seim, Liz Pier, Len Griffen; SIXTH: Tom Lockhart, Peter Kempthorne, Matt Koupal, Chris Gammack, John Campbell, John Zmolek, Craig Brayman, Peter Crump; SEVENTH: Dave Fleming, John Tysseling, Stu Swanson, Gordon Meyer, Matt Shank, Tim Hardy, John Thomas, Mark Fisher. " 4 3 tj i r Student Council president Nate McCay As corrections are made to the minutes, Lena Eklund, John Thomas, Kathy leans on the sign telling of the new di Reed and Kim Brayton listen during an afternoon meeting of council. traffic pattern in the parking lot. 37 At the drug assembly, Bill Van Meter, pharmacologist, and George Belitsos, advisor at Bustopp, answer student questions brought by Brenna Peglar and Nolan Compton. | vas if . . E رات‎ , i VGE e NW LIT gc 4: Ey ج‎ os 3 «d C N Arms piled high with greenery. Suste Case starts to deliver the Christmas sprays she sold for Girls Service Committee. Chairmen of Student Service Committee Mark Fisher and Paul Swenson loll on the lounge floor under the Christmas tree. CO CO Service clubs sponsor drives, special weeks Playing the social services game, Ames High students worked within the school throughout the community and in Appalachia. Girls Service Committee once again sold Christmas sprays to finance their traditional activities. They also commissioned two high school artists to make a large wall mural which was presented to the Story County Home in early June. Student Service Committee sponsored a wel- fare drive for Appalachia late first semester. Clothing and food were collected in boxes in the halls and wrapped presents were placed under a Christmas tree in the lounge. Several " save our environment " speakers ap- peared in Room 202 during Ecology Education Week, Feb. 21-27. Environmental Action also sponsored two city-wide paper drives. Key Club and Drug Committee co-sponsored Drug Awareness week in early January. Fea- tured were an informative all-school assembly and rap sessions with representatives from MICDER and Open Line. Key Club won the outstanding single service project award at their district convention for this week. Newspaper bundles collected during a paper drive are tossed up the stairs by Jeff Keller. b Bek سر‎ -á A Narcotics officer William Johnson lectures on the possible penalties of drug use and abuse., 39 ee oe cag Supporting. the basketball team, Ame ligh fans cheer at the sub-state gea mie tn Des Moines New sponsors head Pep Club, A-Club; participation down A change in the emphasis placed on athletics saw a decline in interest in Pep Club and A- Club. Both groups had new sponsors and modified their general programs. Pep Club cabinet, which formérly. consisted of one representative from each homeroom, was reorganized to include 13 girls, two represent- ing each sport. Members of the cabinet applied and were selected by Mrs. Judy Switzer, spon- sor; Cyndy Newton, president; and Peg Mickle, vice-president. Members painted signs and windows, spon- sored assemblies, and decorated lockers. Mrs. Switzer estimated that 350 girls paid dues. Uni- forms were no longer required at games so that the mass of orange and black that used to mark the cheering section was no longer seen. B-Club, sponsored by Mr. James Duea, sold football programs but no official meetings had been held by mid-April. Tom Bliss was presi- dent. Pete Anderson was vice-president, and Kyle Williams was secretary-treasurer. AME UA mS . 4 0 » AN RN vty ۰ و‎ 4 0 1 0 P LS 0 FAA » h i. Fra Dp i rT. 722 5 v 8 i fs el حم‎ " rs 5 0 ALL 2 TIA ا‎ TOS 1 wha 74 b: b B - 1 n رم‎ aD | ۱ Tu LM AA TE Fae «tu in 4 1 p وت‎ | Pe 5 1 0 17 " . " 6 ۳ اب‎ 9 M. ۰ at we ° الال‎ ۹ و‎ 8 A 1 " 9 eo 0 1 T " = 7 n ». wu 7 . ` , j ١ 0 6 ٭ و ار‎ 3 U oh way 7 T . X 0 سح رج‎ ra y 4 ib rt ا‎ ET iL 1 Era 29 ا‎ 1 7 " hak st y و کی‎ 7 PNE N u D 517 d Z لي‎ i وز اقيم‎ Él ie t 5g; ”نام‎ vl Mr n. L ۸5 4! M - 4 E ۴ ھ7 | 4 کے مور‎ 0 ۲ Li ' 4 2 LPL au E 1١1 a - t 3 پام‎ $ " 1 7 4 LE ١ A m " La. Ls , H v e بج‎ ١ 4 M رہ‎ 7 wv? 42-2 کاو ل‎ « 4 ۲ E d 6 وہ‎ 1 ۲ » » " ١ ف‎ , ۲ i ۳ y m ۱ 5 -- A SY کے تھا A-CLUB—FRONT: Bob Sprowell, Jim Moldenhauer, Gary Grindeland, Scott Daulton, Dean Dass, Mark Grover, Larry Mullica, Tom Lockhart, Tom Bliss; SECOND: Jim Kinney, Mark Berthelsen, Steve Grover, Steve Netcott, Dave Fitz, Steve Buck, Dick Bailey, Jim Scholten; THIRD: Paul Schattauer, Duane Richards, Terry Carroll, Chan Thomas, Bryan Stucky, Bruce Greene, Scott Nichols, Lee Donaldson; FOURTH: Barry Best, Dick Carter, Bill Kunerth, Paul Swenson, Pat Sexton, Kyle Williams, Andy Riggs, Curt Cobb, Mr. Smalling; FIFTH: Dean Kuhn, Pete Anderson, King Block, Scott Kenyon, Gary Haupt, Jeff McRoberts; BACK: Al Larson, Ken York, Dan Doud, Nic Classick, Dave Bunker, Gordon Meyer, Bob Reinbold. 4 () Performing at a pep assembly, the “Raisins” get the student body excited about the Marshalltown game. 7 Age ا‎ = 2 ۰ i L a. ud B " , 1 ای ا ا‎ 417 Ai ایا کس‎ 0 Fo H ۳ . 7 e i » 7 33 PA 1 | 4 PEP CLUB CABINET—FRONT: Nancy Jellinger, Cynde Newton, Peg Mickle, Joyce Pyle; SECOND: Charla Thies, Judi Jacobson, Patty Lariviere, Barb Loots; BACK: Cyndy Jacobson, Christie Dailey, Deby Martin, Karen Wass Wrestler Jim Kinney’s locker was decorated by Pep Club for state. DENM n n LLL LILLE A a capp t A - zi c e ۱ ٭‎ thi, | E q 3 j ١ 0 ۱ — c ee a in جا‎ ee eee’ ا کس The entire cheersquad rises off the gym floor to complete the Ames High Fight Song. Deb Carlson and Lori Randol support the team —and Mary Healy—at the sub-state game. ES ١ 1 cer `à B et . ١‏ 2 کہ A P : B 1 ١ 3 ` ۲ ١ 0 - 7 m v ٠ " ۲ SOPHOMORE CHEERSQUAD—Clockwise from top—Laura Morton, Jan ۱ Tuttle, Kim Johnson,’ Holly Theis, Diane Bruin, Peggy Young, Michelle Shorten. Cathy Beard is not pictured. Squad strengthened by camp; hosts clinic Hosting a cheerleading clinic with 450 girls from the western half of the state was a high- light for the 1971-72 cheersquad. Besides the clinic, the girls held dinners for visiting cheer- leaders prior to three home games. They also went to a number of schools tor similar dinners. The cheerleaders sold candles to raise funds for their group. They hosted the Ft. Dodge cheersquad overnight during the state swim- ming meet and held an open house atter the Ames Invitational wrestling meet, providing food and drink for the visiting cheersquads. Mrs. Judy Switzer, sponsor, said the squad was strengthened by having nine of the girls attend a national cheerleaders camp the previous summer. Larry “Cos” Ostrem demonstrates the proper straddle Jump style for the cheersquad and the entire Ames cheering section. = VARSIT Y—BACK: Jo Israel, Maria Kemeny, Janet Seim, Sue Milliken, Deb Carlson, Jeni Herrick, Linda Allison; FRONT: Carol Patterson, Lori Randol, Ann Grindeland, Beth Stone, Carol Healey, Mary Healy, Theresa Finnegan. Sophomore cheerleader Cathy Beard leads a cheer for the soph football fans. a " a . 7 47 8 ۰ 0 1 Ven nic vm vu Mem مم‎ ۹ — rage CC T guts. , - Pw a . م و‎ so à B M " a v سز ٭‎ ۰ Ñ -9 5 " اید ورموس ہن‎ AI SLT 44 " e P ۳ r 3 رر محر‎ یج‎ X . 7 M V چا‎ 5.1 . í .” cf " - Ow yl ow UA « w 72 D Ts ١ Au 1 wi $ Y) a - ۲ ١ 9 يدن ہے au‏ eee eee ا 7 و 5 سح‎ M Lec ے لو زوس im‏ . سے مم را‎ o dita (v E Pompons flying, team tri-captain Nanci Gutmann concentrates on keeping time with the Ames High Pep Band. Senior drill, tourney show highlight drill team year Adding color to home basketball games, mem- bers of the Ames High drill team, the Cyclo- nettes, performed at halftimes. Under the super- vision of Mrs. Judy Switzer, the girls drilled to ‘popular tunes. Thirty-two girls participated, five of whom were captains and drill masters. Nanci Gutmann, Kathy Holthaus, and Nancy Jellinger directed the group, while Starla Jarrell and Charla Thies wrote drills. ( For the first time this year, the Cyclonettes trav- eled to Des Moines to march at a halftime , of the girls state basketball tournaments. Mid- year, the graduating seniors choreographed and performed their final drill. The drill team also marched in the Veishea parade. DRILL TERM—FRONT: Cheryl Bergeson, Jennifer Hensley, Patty Conis, Nanci Gutmann, Nancy Jellinger, Kathy Holthaus, Sherry Stump, LuAnn Brentnall, Paula Grucza; SECOND: Katy Rozeboom, Cheryl Ring, Vicki Tamashunas, Patty Lariviere, Becky Boyles, Carol Chantland, Barb Brown, Claire Anderson; THIRD: Karen Christensen, JoAnn Shaughnessy, Barb Loots, Charla Thies, Mary Clare Denisen, LuAnn Hansen, Mary Kay Reece; BACK: Melanie Tostlebe, Becky Tesdall, Jane Weber, Starla Jarrell, Terry Emdia, Mary Olson, Candace Charity, Lisa Zaffarano. , 45 Marching is the name of the game as the drill team performs one of tts routine drills at a basketball halftime. rr 3 ٠ ۹ و‎ 75 a ». ٠ = at ae. i E. 4 0 e 7 ۲ ٦ 3 a. ' - | xut. os 7 r ۔‎ = A وو رہ‎ Nr ud vip بياس‎ LP vt | es - 1 [o . ld 7 ص س ; کو m ٠ p.29 wc - م ادي‎ 9 " B " NEUE Se و 5 d P: A‏ سد تی aren, Pm‏ ری کے " ج 5 = 4 سس A " x | ERIGI ax, ——— The drill team receives instructions from Mrs. Switzer | Drilling to “Along Comes Mary, " Melanie Tostlebe and captains at one of its first practices. | participates in the special senior drill. و a‏ حي سم ےہ " Are you sure that's how it goes?” Sheron Buchele apparently has doubts about parliamentary procedure. Stencil making was only one of the many projects junior Denise Epperly chose to study in Art Club. 1 i | ie rian و‎ DU, Diane Rhinehart. Kathi Reed. Dave Needham, Mr. Scott; THIRD: Roberta Schwartz, John Ulmer, Steve loe Grant. Dan Fitzgerald; FOURTH: Chris Charles, Mike Perry, Craig Bergeson, Kai Marten; BACK: Bruce Edwards, Tim Hardy, Steve Janssen. MODEL UN—FRONT: Lydia Panogides, Genene McNabb, DeAne Lagerquist, Kathy Abraham; SECOND: Margaret Homer, Ma Hopp E Clearing many rooms of paper to be recycled are Environmental T Action members Elaine Luckett, Andy Morton, and Bill Burton. Lo x Interests: jewelry, paper drives, UN The only new club to be formed this year was Ecology Seminar. It met once a week during school for classes which were plonned by the students. Many guest speakers came and dis- cussions were held. The class also helped plan Environmental Education week. During the week environtologist Dr. David Trauger from lowa State University came to speak at an optional assembly. Also planned were films, speakers, and discussions in the study hall. 5811117 c! £d dd d | ٣۱رو‎ oe Environmental Action held two major paper drives, one each semester. The first was very successful and a contest was launched to see which homeroom could collect the most papers. The contest was won by 207, Mr. Scott's home- room. ہہ = For those interested in outside projects Art Club met every other week during the first semester. Jewelry making, weaving, and paint- ing were a few of the main activities. سے Model UN delegations met about once a week during the second semester to practice writing resolutions for the state convention in Cedar Falls on August 24 and 25. They also reviewed parliamentary procedure and discussed current issues which were picked in December. =y ات ا‎ ee e diet, سا‎ S s.m " ETOS Ka Nan |.‏ مھ eee,‏ © مم یں e‏ ےکی ہے ہے = =. ١ Discussions take place for Lisa Ladd, Sue Futrell, and Wayne Norman in Ecology Seminar. ۶ Like other AHS teams, the debaters amassed trophies. ٦ Kathy Abraham displays collection, most of them won this year. . o وس سو‎ " s = i Š : ۱ 0 0 ١ 1 f ; ١ 4 ۴ À ; 64 " 0 E TOP NH Oe - ears 2 7 " بب‎ i 5 , 5 | 6 a +1۲ ws tae SEL eam " ۸۷۵۷۵| I nm doa DEBATERS—FRONT: Debby Woolsey, Dave Abraham, Kathy Abraham; SECOND: Sue Futrell, Patty Beneke, Melanie Abbott, Ruth Burkhalter, Mr. Scott THIRD: Rex Wiant, Kai Marten, Mark Lagomarcino, John Ulmer; BACK: Mike Perry, Bruce Edwards, Tim Hardy. NOT PICTURED: Bill Christensen. Bruce Moreland, Steve Schneider, Ken Simmons, Dave Sturtevant. 3 Debaters go after status in state Debaters really got into the spirit of the game this year. From mock-heroic announcements over the sound system to a bulletin board in the lobby keeping the student body informed on the team's weekly ranking in the state polls, the orators spared no effort to make the school debate conscious. Practices took on even more of the athletic atmosphere. If a team member dared hint he might not make it to practice, he drew a wither- ing stare and a snarl from the coach. " Get out there and win . . .1 want blood! " Coach Marvin Scott exhorted his troops. The debaters even fielded an intramural basketball team, Marvin’s Marauders, named after Coach Scott. The Marauders finished their season 0-11, " the most consistent play ot any team in the league, " according to a team member with the true debater's gift for turning adverse statistics into a plus. The debaters themselves finished the season ninth in state. Their in-school gains were even more impressive: they built the image of debate as a major sport. It was, as the sports people say, a building year. Researching changes in the U.S, jury system, Dave Abraham and Rex Wiant use ISU library. 4B ` نوج رکید ينب ري‎ ™ 4. Vea TA e. T» 7 E n 72 4 M E : ےہ J A‏ a‏ VARSITY DEBATE STATISTICS “.رع | CaA‏ ا مو بی کے BBL‏ ا 2 | Won Lost % Kai Marten S28) SB PSs Tim Hardy ب0427‎ John Ulmer ED CO V A Kathy Abraham 44 26 62.99, Ken Simmons 2206 Bruce Moreland 42.9%, Mike Perry . | 25.0%, Dave Sturtevant 20.0%, e: A EG Ta d NE We. zw 0090 Pi LO T bs پ‎ VV 1 : | es - 2 TN ! Bill Christensen and Steve Schneider seek rebuttal data. Marvin’s Marauders pose under picture of 1955 championship team. FRONT, Bruce Edwards, Craig Bergeson, Rick Williams; BACK, John Ulmer, Tim Hardy, Steve Hopper, Mike Perry. INSET, Coach Scott, snarling. 49 Pointing out the bad and the good of a “Miss Jean Brodie” rehearsal, Director Jack Gilbertson talks to the cast. í 1 1 AL 8. Last minute adjustments before a performance are brightened up by the attractive dressing room wall at Central Junior High. ١ [x] T ib ١ ': 1 Putting a little light on the subject, John Thomas works the spotlight for a dramatic scenes - am - " WE " IPs okay, Jim, she won't hurt you; she's just giving you a new face. " Chris Kiser puts finishing touches on Jim Ulmer. Zot. ہہ‎ " A a SYN ہی‎ a 4 " r - 4 ë d - A 5 MESE و " ‎ E Thespians and drama EE students contribute acting, backstage work - b 8... وڈ 0 Few people realize how much backstage work goes into each drama production. Student crews work up to six weeks before every play on makeup, costume, lights, publicity, props, sound, and scenery. These activities involve 45 to 60 students in every major play. As the students work on a production, they earn points toward membership in Thespians International 1387. Up to 12 points are award- ed for taking part in a play, either playing a role and or working on a crew. Sixty points are needed to become a member. Thereatter members are required to be active in each production. The club grew in number from five at the beginning of the year to 25 after the one-act plays at the end of the year. The students in this national honorary club at Ames High were sponsored by Mr. Wayne Hansen. After grad- uation, all Thespians are given free tickets to school productions. zu | oe THESPIANS—RELAXING: Chris Kiser, Andy ا‎ ۱ Ward, Chickie Sibley, Mary Donhowe, Chip | Anderson; SITTING: Nancy Sassaman, Kathy Boon, Margaret Elbert, Kim Corieri, Mary Lesan, Jennifer Roberts; STANDING: Jon Morgan, Kathi Reed, 10068516 Lagerquist, Andy Haviland, Brenna Peglar, John Jorstad, Claretta Gurganus, Mr. Wayne Hansen. Doting on the beauty of her new love, Titania fondly strokes Bottom's “fair large ears " after Puck transformed him into an ass. - ‘Midsummer Dream’ opens season; 80 participate Lovers’ quarrels, fairy pranks, and a slapstick skit by the " mechanicals " filled the stage with action in Shakespeare's “A Midsummer Nights Dream, " given November 4, 5, and 6 at Central Auditorium. More than 80 students took part in the play or served on crews. Costumes were especially ( elaborate, with gauzy fairy garb, a realistic | asss head, and replicas of classical garb. E Makeup crews used sequins and pale green Í tints to give the fairies a supernatural appear- ance. Mary Lesan served as student assistant direc- tor. Crewheads were held by Claretta Gur- ganus, publicity; Brenna Peglar, sound; Scott Smith, lights; DeAne Lagerquist, costumes; Dennis Cafferty, props; Sheron Buchele, make- up; Sarah Grant, scenery. 7 Dancing by moonlight, the fairies lull Titania to sleep and weave a spell of peace and good luck. Theseus, Scott Smith: Snug, Chris Gammack Hippolyta, Julie Corbett Flute, Jon Coupal Eqeus, Mark Homer S nout, Chip Anderson Hermia, Chickie Sibley Starveling, Paul Stone Demetrius, Jim Ulmer. Puck, Alison Exner Lysander, Andy Haviland . Peaseblossom, Mary Donhowe Helena, Marla Stritzel Titania, Chris Kiser Quince, Dave Sturtevant . Oberon, Andy, Ward Bottom, Pete. Barcus FAIRIES: Lena Eklund, COURT LADIES: Mary Kathi Reed, Cindy Parks Lesan lanat Davison € Nancy. Talbot) Bites ESI ا ا‎ BE «- Zallarar.o, Brenna Pec! ar, Nancy Sassaman;,. sara; Grant, Kathy Boon, Debbie Pohm, Jennifer Roberts Tracey Stoll Oberon tells Puck to get ) 7٤8 love flower to enchant Titania. a " — p 0355 wwe After their play, the mechanicals delight the court with a dance. a : 3 " C " ‏ سو Cm‏ wd a مع‎ ۴ ECE, — a5 ال اح‎ we A سز ناس کف ابا نہ یی‎ = ig.) r ew 3 14 B ونم‎ + 720ھ 0 نگ " ‎ à o UR É ا‎ 4 | 60 ۹ B E : " O7. 4 -. =i فا‎ - € ٦ Ja i " کے $ B EU UE eh, dal kee FA a eo arto ® 00752. " “It a purty ring. It got a green stone that shine tn th dark. " John uses his witchin’ ring to marry Barbara Aller Black magic, fearful superstitions cloud “Dark of the Moon” What magic lies hidden in the dark of the moon? A witch-boy falls in love with a mortal „and changes form to marry her. The change will be permanent only if his wife is faithful for a year and a day. The overly superstitious townspeople disapprove of the marriage and finally: force her to submit to Marvin Hudgens to rid the town of a witch. Ames High Drama: presented “Dark of the Moon.” Feb. 3, 4 and 5.. Weird sound effects, including an eerie. eagle cry; and an unusual set designed. by Sarah Grant contributed to the total production. There were 75 students in- 918 219 0i fato] 0ت٥‎ cast :19ہ‎ 6۸۷۹۰ ‘A folk ‘playset in a remote region of the Carolina Smoky Mountains, " Dark of the Moon ‘portrayed the. conflicts of an isolated mountain people. Incorporated into. the story were ‘several songs. with guitar accompani- ment One highhahted scene was an old- tashioned revival meetina CAST: John کات‎ eee MEE | Andy Haviland Conjur Man = CCC —Dave Sturtevant Dark Witches | Julie Corbett, Bianca Zaffarano Fair Witthes ` — . .Chickie Sibley, Lena Eklund Conjur Woman . LWPS کو ا اوح‎ S Ores p |-) £8 Pohm Hank Gudger COR GEHEN Jeff Schwartz Edna Summeyi ll ےت‎ . . Ss . Brenna Peglar MESUT a yrs eta tie a RE E ee Scott. Smith . Mrs. Summey. . |. | | . .. Claretta Gurganus Miss Metcalf 58530 اا ا ا‎ es Judy..'Brink Mre VAES ee es Oh n TH xe et 70200 My? 69006311 ےک پا یکپ‎ 0 TN Leer por Scott M. smith ` Uncle Smelicue Andrew Ward Qu ae ۳۴۱۰۱۱۱ ves hoes eis as ae ee Jim Shearer My Berg ETE ae oa seme RES MSE Jon “Morgan Mrs. Bergen ا وا — یں یں‎ A Nancy Talbot Burt Dinwitty. .. . . i Dave Needham Greeny Gorman —. Lu .— n Jacky Claus Mr. Gorman — — - - EE . " Chip Anderson HattiesHetin eres 5) sh كشا‎ ECA CT ae Ghns Kiser Marvin Hudgens. Steve Hopper Barbara Allen ww Jenni Roberts Mrs. Allen Sheron Buchele Mr. Allen John Thomas EUG SOB S ور‎ OLEN ee Kathy, ‘Boon Preacher Haggler Jon Coupal Villagers: Scot Boon, Dennis Cafferty, Pat Anderson | Janet Davison, Suzanne Egeland, Anne Ewing, Kathi Reed, Nancy Sassaman, Carla Tesdall. Barbara Allen Fludgens. in cast remains after play e from Hank on perfecting the production. her neighbors for marrying a witch earch for protection from Marv E © Q ددا‎ = LT -——— ” -— کہ‎ ec یح‎ S = E S cp تھہ کو‎ - » ) TP S Te diea رت‎ لم = 2 یہ‎ = کی لے سک کہ‎ S a ha م‎ o. سے‎ RD Ow RI اء ت‎ e rt Em کی چان‎ - 0 E zu هج‎ ته‎ -— | C = e; سے ہہ‎ a Poy کان‎ E. نچ‎ ج ۔ او تام‎ ET SS ت‎ NA aea Bes pie E 5 " y کم‎ ont ده‎ = جم ® ےا‎ O کا ید‎ EF S. e RED. UN ویو‎ cu -— r- wo 46 S © 5 Lo w © nw حم تم‎ ww a ea © - i D 4 - di ATUM VS - ا‎ nC T j 7 و کے . 4 4 " o = A E 4 Lan R دک‎ 2 “a Oey MT p aie N نہیں اون‎ e! . xt 7 5 D Dom m Sete 2. 9 ن‫ سس‎ | Mr. Lowther prepares to lead the class in a stirring march while Miss Brodie considers a romantic aria from “La Traviata.” ‘Miss Jean Brodie’ draws full houses " Baa-ssass-ssinnn! " Miss Jean Brodie's cry of anguish upon realizing that one of her own “set” had betrayed her and that she had passed her prime brought an ovation from full houses at all three nights of the spring play. sarah Grant played Jean Brodie, a controver- sial Scottish school teacher of the 1930s. Shown as a woman of illusions and attitudes, she held her pupils spellbound both by her in-class per- tormances and her out-of-school love affairs. At last, one of her former pupils ran off to her death in the Spanish Civil War and another protegee decided she must stop Miss Brodie's activities by telling the headmistress. Sponsored by the senior class, the play was directed by Mr. Jack Gilbertson, assisted by Claretta Gurganus and Margaret Elbert. Forty- live students worked on crews. Sister Helena —— .— ELS Tracey Stoll Mr Perry 000 cM ie vers iet. Dayidosturtevant Jean Brodie lU ASN INE LESAN Sarah Grant Sandy sb se 000رک‎ gir a Chickie: wibley Jenny SES LENS sr Rer Ren ے٠۹‎ ٣٤۷ Monica... — — . Nancy Sassaman Mary MacGregor - —— ——————— Kathy Boon Miss MacKay. Vickie Van Voorhis ۰۱۰0ء2‎ 0000 ٠۱:۱۰۰. Teddy Lloyd Andrew Ward McGready کیک کت کا گر‎ VEN Es John Jorstad Miss Campbell. — . — (Cyndy Newton Miss Co Cod A To 41 زر‎ OF v V» و‎ d V« Prange Girl Guides. — Nita Peters, Carla Tesdall Miss Brodie's classes — — —— — Ruth Burkhalter, Kathy Reece, Janet Davison, Nadia VanderGaast, Kim Conenr, Margaret Elbert, Lynn Homer, Mary l Lesan, Carol Rosheim, Gail Weigel. Citizens—Debbie Day, Robin Morgan, Nita Peters, Charla Prange, Carla Tesdall, Ellen Wessel. CREWHEADS— Makeup: Lena Eklund, Chris Kiser costumes: Debbie Day; publicity: Chickie Sibley; sound: Pete Barcus; props: Joe Riley; scenery: John Jorstad. Miss Brodie’s girls compose a love letter from her to the music teacher. The letter was found later and brought on a crisis. 96 cat ow» " [C S. Brodi iss Mt , » portrait t om " ce h u Reading possible scripts, the three student directors of the one-acts Eventually Constantinople Smith's dreams of confer. Shown are Dennis Cafferty, Brenna Peglar, and Nancy Talbot. life are shattered by “Reality.” Students direct one-act productions Student directors produced two one-act plays, presented at Central Auditorium May 18 and 19. Dennis Cafferty directed “The Ugly Duck- | ling, " by A. A. Milne, while Nancy Talbot and | Brenna Peglar put on “Constantinople Smith, © | by Charles L. Mee. " The Ugly Duckling " concerned a storybook- type princess whose beauty was hidden until she met her true love and the efforts of the court to marry her off. In the maneuvers, she exchanged places with her maid and the prince | exchanged with his servant. Love straightened | everything out. JL. B حم‎ Dave Sturtevant played the king; Patricia Anderson the queen; Robin Morgan, Princess Camilla; Marv Fisher, Prince Simon; Bruce Moreland, the chancellor; Janet Beaty, Dulci- bella, the maid; and Dennis Cafferty, Carlo, the servant. n س س‎ —'MM M — +ےسس‎ " Constantinople Smith, " also a comedy, dis- 13 cussed illusions and life. The title character, | played by Scott M. Smith, came to life when he met Kristina (Suzanne Egeland) and fell in love, but eventually he encountered Reality (Andy Haviland) and came to the end of the | play. Just after meeting, Scott Smith and Suzanne Egeland 1 ) dance, before realizing their whirl ends with the play. مج شب سے " ow " ' , 23 a bs ۱ aA Ap 3 " i cry ey يأ I‏ ايع C - û ` - - -—- o— ——XÓ MÀ ——— À—Á‏ ہے —Á oe‏ پیہ۔ہ ہے Re X AS پوت اد یہ پر‎ ON, Bn as RD S O | | , C» 00 ا وکیا‎ NSA جو ہے‎ DS 7 = mep to رہ‎ - aV iD P ہہ‎ e وو‎ n i + r فى‎ ONE EET ER 5 x hoc - ™ D 3 D = V ب‎ 3 Bs Wa ہو‎ کی مب یج مه‎ © nuQ RSS © : o ym کہ‎ بک‎ S = Qu = © م‎ Á QQ قرع‎ 5 SS c ex‏ ۷ت - 0 8 wi € Sh! wie —- 5 5 2 9 . ٦ . 5 5 u- سب‎ سو يس‎ quieto — SO, e a ٦ 5 J " y 2 1 E 7 ۰ ` ١ ۲ J APs 4 Prince Simon finds Camilla enchanting, melt into each other’s arms in fond embrace. he roval ing t Camilla before it’s too late. ing e king, queen, and chancellor ponder ways of prevent from see ITA 4 suitor | | A BY Te 1. 4 Erg Ac رو‎ tym 24 ee a4 E, wad rz 5 e d سار“ ب۸ ب‎ a 1 ا وا و وف‎ ITE DUUM نے‎ AIDE وف پر‎ tal E ESE E EEI OE S is et, THES PETERT نرہ‎ E ini اد‎ 1 St esd اور ہر رو‎ fil tiie LI VTA وا‎ aes raha T 1 nes CAM EBERT. ہے کت وک رھ و لوا رو ور‎ es LTS ١ عو کم جا‎ 37272. Vi IT HE T fI IT ا‎ ja E 0 1 0 Y 4 E 4 Iv. H 7 4 oem? من‎ eE ANGLA Siti 4 +. y- 7 7 7) 0 " " 7 7 I t s. 5 MESE d y f رم ر‎ 29 : AI EIL ۴ GIU try af + Te 7 5 d. ١ وہ‎ ۱ " TE L ud ہوم‎ Balmy days greeted HERE 20 marching band kids; LISSE. c concerts presented ۹۸ SESS ہے‎ owe مه‎ EF p من يعمسم‎ me oe B BOS —— ہج‎ ——— — ٤‏ ”و Autumn of the year brought balmy days, sun- filled skies, and more than 100 kids walking — psi, out of the building at noon every day. Skipping tm mee for lunch? No, it was the marching band going — Hea. ears to rehearsal at the football practice fields. With Misaia 39 — bullhom in hand, director Milton Trexel led the MER ا و‎ group through letter and heart shapes in prep- i gers E aration for halftime performances at football .کا‎ 4 o nri o m S C abs Re 7 - - oe - 3 - - emer -se eer? - - . ه sesono‏ سح جم ہے ے ے ہی جا " m see La — Ll -- ee - بلق‎ lè EOS . games. Mr. Roger Anderson assisted; Dave عو ]و‎ 2 — m PRODI e ee Strodtman and Mike Maroney were drum A | | cnet EE majors. s — Eo After the marching season, the traditional § Ames High concert bands were formed. With m. Uu dug D E Mu SEA Sa new titles, the Varsity Band and Concert Band f £i E t: 7 — presented programs during school assemblies EU. 3 RIED and to the public. New was the addition of the $ BE i REN ur pu جا‎ oe - RIAIN u 1 حم ween‏ هه modern dance group in the Children's Concert. وچ کی ا سیک ترک وسر ورس ات‎ o Dee سی مب‎ o nr ope UAE Officers, elected by members of the band, were Kathy Kiser, president; Dave Nickel, vice presi- Girisim Seis e e dent; Marti Pace, secretary, Sue Powell, treas- | EDS 3 urer; Linda Dougal, publicity. ELO ME cules eee .و t ۰ “ror " -—— m SO " uo vd Î AMES HIGH SCHOOL OM الاح‎ LITTLE CYCLONE BAND | 3 os goad ite‏ ص AMES. IOWA A‏ ae RR 7 EE E à d.‏ جد ۹ The Ames High Marching Band, 150 strong, poses with directors Mr. Milton Trexel and Mr. Roger Anderson. 60 Cw-- — A B Forming words and designs on the foot- | ball turf, members of the Marching | Band stand at attention while performing | at a home game halftime. | " UT War. | ےہ‎ ag سے‎ WI r | 1 ™ N oe i With strains of the “Basin Street Blues” the | : a. e mall, the Pep Band plays at the Nor wid opening. Ed ظ ارہد‎ و‎ a ہے وج‎ i ۱ v I " a " i on کس رای مہ‎ RA ¥ ١ رص ا‎ | 4 Pm ال‎ ۱ z: TL IL SER m لی‎ Lg | ظ ہس‎ بد‎ os ae T سم‎ | کت‎ | Mr Ay ١ " n 7 7000“ 0007 MALARIEI 0 ا‎ UN AUNT ATT 00001 i} ome ۔‎ os سی چ حر میٹ + 22 TIE‏ ع — — — م z‏ سو hs =©‏ ہے Ow OO Ramee - کٹ کٹ‎ ۔ رڈ تو ff AND VARSITY BANDS, PERCUSSION—FRONT: David Popelka, Randy Taylor, Paul Soderholm, Brian Perry; e Maroney, Dennis Dubberke, Dan Lambert. MARCHING BAND TWIRLERS— FRONT: Kim Dahlgren, Cyndi Jacobson, Donita Whitaker, Holly Thies; BACK: Mary Constantine, Marlene Bleeker, Starla Jarrell, Charla Thies. An exclusive Fern Bliss aerial photo of the Marching Band in action. w as a Ss i GEI TT " «E. T ==, A pam ١ کی میں وو ری یا‎ n cx. 4 ۵ ۲ f'a 2-24 71 ۹ " وھ‎ d F us 1 9 E = | - 2 " Po 117 . 7ھ‎ 4 a ا ع آلا‎ a " " Se " n ١ s KS 2-7 Juil oe D ۲ | " T Eos ul ey YEs. ۲ يا‎ x ید‎ 0 J 0 lE WT oe |» A " T ` sf , LU 4 s ES رہن " ني‎ La 2 wr 4 B | 1 0 1 او‎ B LI ۴ " 77 0 L 0 nd v 1 o? i M E ١ " n 7 0 0 4 y " 86 0 RES ۰٦ 5 i " y 93 » t g ۹ ١ 7 CONCERT BAND WOODWINDS—FRONT: Mike Wilder, Susan Scott, John Zmolek, Ruth Hollenbach, Kathy Risch, Sherri Battles, Sue Bliss: SECOND: Brian Halvorson, Jan Kiser, Leanne Robertson, Marla Boylan, Darlene Jones, Barb Clark, Sandy Bunce, Mary Childs; THIRD: Joan Kempthorne, Lyn Johnson, Deb Dunster, Marti Pace, Margaret Homer, Kristi Fritsch, Samara Clark, Pat Strain, Barb Linda Deppe; FOURTH: Patty Beneke, Kathy Harmison, Michele Heer, Mary Kay Atkins, Carol Chantland, Dave Nickel, David Strodtman, Valree Blewett, John Hansen; BACK: Jim Asp, Ann Kelso, Kris Ketcham ۷ ) Becky Lees, Karen Engelstad; FIFTH Lapehn, Jerry Jutting, Anne Burkholder. CONCERT BAND BRASS—FRONT: Elsie Hoff, Tom Huisman, Dave Fullhart, Greg Nelson, Tim Moody, David Hoover, Kyle Hogan, E Lorry Voelker, Mark Donaldson; SECOND: Kevin Frey, Linda Dougal, Sue Powell, Barb Fleig, Gary McFarlane; THIRD: Kathy Kiser, » Randy Wedin, Janet Dowell, Bruce Halvorson, Bob Bartels, Mike Wirkus; FOURTH: Greg Dougal, Chan Thomas, Mark Homer; E BACK: Kim Wass, Ray Thomson, John Freiderich. The Varsity Band again? No, it's the Concert Band with Mr. Milton Trexel conducting. With a new name and new uniforms, members of the Varsity Band present a concert directed by Mr. Roger Anderson. STAGE BAND—FRONT: Paul Soderholm; SECOND: Tom Gleason, Vickie Sims, teat INS Mike Wilder, Jim Bsp; THIRD: Dave Nickel Janet Dowell, David Morgan, Modern dance member Liz Pier Joins Kathy Kiser; BACK: Craig Cummings, Peter Kempthorne, Dave Fullhart, Greg the bands at the annual Children’s Concert. Nelson, Tom Huisman, Kim Wass. cry ٠١ [1 ھت VARSITY BAND WOODWINDS—FRONT: Sandy Bunce, Mary Childs, Donna Gilchrist, Shivaun Ball, Susan Treka d Dawn Jolly; SECOND: Ruth Bran, Susan Frazier, Pamela Plath, Kay Jones, Susan Stephan, Jenny Cook; THIRD: | ? Kathy Schlunz, Sandy Hubbert, Sally Scholten, Charla Prange, Nadia VanderGaast; FOURTH; Lynne Brady, Becky Boyles, Susan Lees, Brita Swenson, Donita Whitaker, Connie Oliver; BACK: Sharron Clemons, Ken Malaby, Dale | Kever, Brian Vetter, Tom Gleason, John Elliot , 1 64 —— — 0 e ۔سھ‎ Bands continued: Pep, Stage, and trip to Doc Severinsen oo c سسس‎ -—— — 9 Wa " - 5 ١ This year, the Ames High Pep Band was always q in the game mood, playing at home basketball | games and accompanying the drill team during their performances. Under the direction of Mr. Roger Anderson, Stage Band enabled the mem- bers to express themselves musically through popular and big band sounds. In the past, money raised through band candy sales financed an out-of-town trip. However, tunds this year helped purchase tickets to the Boston Pops Doc Severinsen concert, one of many spring events for the bands. Others in- cluded the AHS Pops Concert and Marching | Band shows at the Drake Relays and Veisha | Parade. Reflections in a tuba, puffed cheeks, and 1 a one-handed trumpet player—the Pep Band. 9 ——— وس ہے مس سے -— س — لاو — - .مه ع 2 5 , - 5 5 3 1 IBRSITY BAND BRASS—FRONT: Dean Russell, Mike Gardner, Dan Busse, Mark Lagomarcino, Mike Moore, David Exon; SECOND: David Morgan, Tom Hatten, Kit Collins, Bev Dunster, Betty Thompson; BACK: Chan Thomas, rk Homer, Jeff Helton, John Campbell. 1 Practicing for the upcoming winter concert, sophomo Christie Palmer goes over some of the pieces to be performe An unseasonably warm day brings the Ames High Orchestra outside to the courtyard to practice the day's music. Jta d Ft. " oo 5 l " ines NAG ug ہا‎ d سرن‎ err Orchestra active in school and out The 1972 Ames High Orchestra, according to director Richard McCoy, ‘was better than ever.’ This enabled it to play more difficult and challenging music. The group performed for the school at the Christmas concert and for the public four times. In conjunction with the dance club the orches- tra played for the " Orchestral Potpourri.” The year ended with an Orchestra Festival and playing for graduation. The members of the orchestra were active in several small groups, Violin Quartet, Mixed Quartet and Chamber Orchestra. Six of the members were also involved in professional orchestra groups. Many of the seniors are planning to continue with a career in music. re d orm ` | ym, Mm om Men e پور‎ Eas p بيب انا JA. B حم‎ Contemplating Mr. McCoy’s direction, Kathy Harmison, sophomore, plays the cello during one of their rehearsals. ORCHESTRA—FRONT: Agnes Carbrey, Alison Exner, Bianca Zaffarano, Dorothy Stuve, Ned Shank, Jennifer Coupal; SECOND: Karen Engelstad, Linda Deppe, Patty Beneke, Michele Heer, John Zmolek, Joan Kempthorne, Beth Boylan, Christie Palmer, Janet Brown, Elsie Hoff; THIRD: Mr. McCoy, Barb Fleig, Linda Dougal, Janet Dowell, David Morgan, Kathy Kiser, Dave Fullhart, Dave Nickel, Danielle Buss, Kim Wass, Kathy Harmison, Barbi Jo Ketcham; NOT PICTURED: Candy Kindermann, Sara McCormack, Laurel MacBride, Peter Kempthorne, David Hoover, Dan Lambert. Ray Thomson, Bill Hotchkiss. | 95 " s. " 1 A far 4 5 0 کے‎ NL ۰ 1 E s pA d 5 2 8 CT 5 4 ۹ : B EI Larson, Steve Fisher, Andy Morton, Bill Hotchkiss) E ane " ee, ee ۷097:1 7 ee 1 5 A CAPPELLA—FRONT: Donna Gilchrist, Shery] Wood, Tia Slater, Bianca Zaffarano, Brenna Peglar, Mary Kay Atkins, Katy Rozeboom, Mrs. Susan Snell; SECOND: Holly Cassidy, Cindee Shearer, Mary Kay Reece, Carol Ann Healey, Linda 7 Mary Constantine, Diana McMillen, Vickie Van Voorhis, Lynn Augustine, Marian Morton, Sue Warman; THIRD: Jolene | Satre, Kathy Boon, Mary Donhowe, LuAnn Hansen, Carolyn Curry, Cynthia Marten, Sandy Bunce, Debbie Parrish, Sug Cerwick; FOURTH: Janet Dowell, Genene McNabb, Vicki Ball, Susan Lees, Sherri Battles, Beth Boylan, Barb Clark, Cinai Clark, Alison Exner, Jennifer Coupal; FIFTH: Mary Runyan, Nancy Talbot, Cindy Johnson, Chris Kiser, Marti Pace, Marlene Bleeker, Joan Burnet; SIXTH: Bill Crawford, Chip Anderson, Steve Hopper, Jim Packer, Mike Wirkus, Bill Wagner, Scoti McCoy, Dave Vanderwater; BACK: John Frederiksen, Larry Voelker, Dennis Cafferty, Scott Smith, Stew Swanson, Alam Vocal music: new director, concerts The vocal music department was under a new director this year, Mrs. Susan Snell. A music education graduate of lowa State University, Mrs. Snell is acting as head of the department while last year's director, Mr. Al Wiser, tours Europe. Mr. Wiser will be back at Ames High next year while Mrs. Snell will be working else- where in Ames. Following the Ames High tradition, the vocal music Christmas concert was held again this year. They performed for students during an assembly on December 16 and again that night for all interested parents and students. The choirs also sang Christmas carols in the halls before vacation. For the second consecutive year, the Hmes High Madrigal was invited to sing a number at the annual Iowa State Mad- rigal Dinner in January. New vocal music director, Mrs. Susan Snell, leads the choir in a warm-up exercise. 68 t ہیں‎ SE IY. " یڈ A. na | OPH. MIXED CHORUS—FRONT: Mrs. Susan Snell, Cindy Rutter, Carol Rosheim, Becky Lees, Elaine Homer, Judy Brink, Joy Becker, heryl Provow, Sharon Lee, Mary Bran, Kathy Reece, Suann Canute, Chris Wheatley; SECOND: Deb Loupee, Janet Brown, Julie , sue Bliss; THIRD: Ann Kelso, Terry Simmons, Terry Christenson, Nadya Fouad, Sheryl Davis, Mary Muir, Carla Vondra, Pat Anderson, Danielle Buss, Marcella Clatt, Samra Clark; FOURTH: Vickie Sims, Debbie Olson, Ruth Burkhalter, Lisa Ladd, Chae) hi: ge wii و آلب‎ 6 inis, Paul Stone, Mark Homer, David Morgan, Anne Burkholder, Ann Self; BACK: Len Griffen, Lowman, Paul Wilcox, Gordon Engstrom, John Hansen, Dave Murphy, Mike Templeton. The Sophomore Mixed Chorus massages each other's backs before starting in on another day’s work. Touching your toes and stretching before practicing was added as a new warm-up in Choir this year. JR SR POPS—FRONT: Patty Brekke, Diana Wright, Terra Holland, Cindy Sims, Linda Stewart, Sally Scholten, Candy Kindermann a n SECOND: Toni Terrones, Janet Luing, Linda Davidson, Janet Coy, Holly Young, Lee Ann Moore, Nancy Newell, Mrs. Snell THIRD: Kerry Goodwin, Sue Futrell, Barb Atkins, Beth Speer, Carolyn Bennett, Sheila Glenn, Ann Ebert, Barbi Kestel; FOURTH Pam Schulte, Cay Ernest, Kathy Coleman, Bonnie Thompson, Chris Ellis, Cindy Tschetter, Debbie Routh; FIFTH: Beth Boylan Vickie Van Voorhis, Tricia دم و دا‎ 4i + w B Spring activities; ma-may-me-mo-moo, zing-a-zing-a-zee Spring was a busy time of year for the vocal music department. On March 6, the Grinnell choirs came to Ames for an exchange concert and lunch. The vocal music winter concert was then held on March 23. Later that spring, in May, their spring concert was held. Sometimes the morning began early for the Madrigal practice or extra concert practices at 7:15. Singers crowded around the vocal music room waited for the door to open and warm-ups to start. Back scratching and stretch- ing along with zing-a-zing-a-zee ond mah-may- me-mo-moo were added for new warmups this year. The rest of the period was spent practic- ing for upcoming performances. Playing all five parts on the piano, Mrs. Snell helps students learn their notes. 70 oOo ہے‎ Snell, Stew Swanson, Mary =- Bill Waaner. Ser, a Marten, Beth Boylan, Vickie Van Voorhis, Scott McCoy; FIFTH: Mrs. steve Fisher, Jim Packer; THIRD: Larry Voelker, Sally Scholten, Barb Clark, Marian Morton, Marti Pace, Ann Ebert; hi Cynt IDonhowe, Chris Ki FOURTH: | — — 0 — —— ee ee e س سس‎ 0 - mo oe EEE‏ اسم و y m T2‏ d 1n VN 0‏ i. E‏ و 7 a AY TOA TOL beer‏ .گی ۔ یا pee‏ ٹک — Vic RAE Muss Janet Coy; SECOND: Lyn Johnson, Jan Kiser, Futrell, Sue ek, er, Jerry Jutting, John Zmol + AE 7 " » TIAM e.t e o ۷ تج‎ - 7 ” wa ۴ 1 - i 8 až p‏ الى D Y å 5 zÀ ]‏ i we LI‏ 0 w $ more mi Cats E 5 B - = - ۹ ET 1 ا اسا‎ Buc ى‎ k- ve ا‎ ج .سا ب5 MADRIGAL—FRONT: Kathy Ki a ee — - d many students and parents. une terta irs en , the cho h Gym iS it the Christmas Concert performed in the Ames H 3 cresc. molto سے‎ x: € e - 9 7 LX FEAR a) KEM -— —— 3 R EE کک —— ا a‏ - اہ ہس سا کسی ات لك سس یت ہے — صل ل M‏ د o‏ سم سے — oo M‏ E AHS sends 18 student ; musicians to All-State 2% a Music Festival " All State is one of the highest honors a student | cam get on an individual basis. " This comment °» ( — was made by Milton Trexel, AHS band director EAD | کہ‎ concerning the 1971 All-State Festival of Music. وہ‎ s e Auditions for the festival took place at West l Des Moines Valley High School on October 23, 1971. Then, during Thanksgiving vacation, the — All-State members practiced vigorously for the two days prior to- the public concert. The festival was held on November 23 at the KRNT Theater in Des Moines. The audience IF was entertained by a 265-piece band, a 210- piece orchestra, and a 600-member chorus. bc There were 18 participants from Ames High. These included Beth Boylan, Steve Fisher, Scott McCoy, Vicky VanVoorhis, Larry Voelker, and Bil Wagner in the chorus, and Danielle Buss, Am Agnes Carbrey, Jennifer Coupal, Allison Exner, Marvin Fisher, Elsie Hoff, and Sara McCormack mf in the orchestra. [236] Very broadly az LLLI ۱ 9 2 2 Students who participated in the Orchestra pose in the | auditorium of the new AHS fine arts wing. — - سين‎ s -— o ہے‎ — - - Smiles and snowballs abound where the All-State Chorus members gather. 1 Freely ۱ RID‏ ہیں REO‏ محمد Se‏ مم سے SS‏ ہے۔ PO ee‏ سام ےوے ۔ سرت یسوی (Eng. ۰ solo) 4 1 A q[u————— UIT THEE TTS Tum Ga د‎ EXE — = 57کت‎ CI» ES! TEED TE EEE E; =: zi Vicky RU N works out her part for the All-State Chorus. le ay omm 1 mos TANE epe e ل‎ EDU M E CREE. ehr . All-State Band members are, from left to right, Kim Wass, Mike Wilder, Patty - Beneke, Kathy Kiser, and Ray Thompson. Frantically emptying the contents of her purse, , Karen Englestad searches for her bassoon reed اک جک ہج‎ prior to All-State try-outs. A i 22522555252‏ {= SE‏ ساس سے سس سد ےہ ہے ہے بے iuo v3 tug ee ‘J G9 200| a tempo مہ Academics Have a class taught by Mrs. Rose Wilcox, named Outstanding Young Educator of the year by the Ames Jaycees, Sigh " oh boy " when you find out the right answers to a Drivers’ Ed examination. Jump ahead 13] pages and dis- cover whether AT REN YN the booking | paid off. (Awards, p.206) vs p n = = A, - a A - 4 e M a - = E e oyp ما‎ = 3 -e q ابابا ا ات‎ a ۶ - «- - 5 5 ۹ " 2 M +,” v Y a TP رھ‎ 270 s 0 5 ل‎ w) +s. of 1 ہہ‎ ۰ ۰ , 8 d 5 5-5 7 L - M. - y B 0 -— lea is rx 2 . — wm 8 = - p” " ۰. m 5 " m 3 p E wi 0 dn + Í i wd S 5 LM - p 5 e - v P “د‎ 5 E ف‎ -nm -ao 5 - -- — = P rs -= 7 " 9 ٠ aV ow, =” 3 پک‎ ie : B : 5 pA 9 مس لف‎ = 2 " س٦‎ Pe " D Lam S mee a A که‎ B 32 M E m E » - - = ee It's time to play the teacher -- classroom game o © © 4 ےد a B mm Enroll in a new Turn the page and course offered by play the Academics the biology classes Game, pages 76-99, titled " How to Dig which begins with || a Fish Pond. " Student Planning... || In Mr. McCoy’s Music Theory class, identify “Blue Danube” as " Ihe Theme from 1ت‎ 0 7 1 l $ Give an entire Studying means you never EM | have to say you're sorry. " speech with your WE Sorry means you never zipper down. have to study for a test. 1 1: Lose 1turn to | Test means you're sorry recover. you didn't study. Mr. Ripp helps sophomore John Elliott work out a possible” ظ‎ conflict in next year’s schedule by using a master chart of classes iX v ۱ » 2 1 5 7 $ r 07 M e چا‎ " T 5 $ 5 Dd " mw Da 1 z b نر‎ ۹ I Rae T 5 5 à E 4 | م‎ 433 ME ' ل‎ e 1 LI 7 4 Mant Ux AC nw s c 0 3 ۱ af E 4 7 ' d's 0 : -d 5 ر‎ 0 : ور ری کو ذو‎ 7 Li CU Bd 24۴ " 7 دا E گے ام‎ ١ , کات‎ Usage Nb. - Members of the Curriculum Committee hold a spirited discussion From left are Steve Hopper, Ruth Burkhalter, and Janet Coy- Students play different phases of planning game Students were involved in many different phases of curriculum planning throughout the school system this year. Student opinions were incorporated into plans from School Board policy to classroom work. Expamsion of elective offerings and the eight- period day allowed students more options in planning course work. College prerequisites also have allowed students more freedom than in past years. Student ideas often were incorporated into classwork. A growth in independent study classes enabled students to plan their own curriculum and to pace themselves. In the spring, teachers began a series of visita- tions to other schools and a rethinking of cur- riculum to fulfill student needs better. For the first time, student observers were elected as liaison between students and the School Board. In a general election held within each class, John Ulmer was chosen to represent seniors; Greg Brady, juniors, and Mark Lago- marcino, sophomores. They were to give stu- dent opinions on issues affecting the high school discussed by the board and to report back to the student body. Unfortunately, at- tendance was poor at many meetings. Curriculum Committee, a Student Council standing committee, formulated plans for a schoolwide curriculum day for discussion of changes in course offerings, but the plans were never implemented. Gordon Meyer was chair- man first semester and Steve Hopper second semester. 76 Ter aT == e = A a Dat 1 3 ب زه‎ « ۹ ‘oes 7 رر‎ T $ - A ogee ret veo » MIU 0 " m ۶ ما‎ 0 M ۲ + ۹ int » N ui = 7 ni Y ei D 20۸ [4 e Jj D y ا‎ RC GAs کیک‎ in o» n 2: سس‎ AH ME ‘ To A p! 4 À ۶ a - As P l ici 1 ۱ 3 ٠ مو لی جا بھی ا‎ UM — 7 4f n a 1 - ١ ١ » = ٠ اپ‎ و رس‎ Au 0 و‎ fa 0108 ٠ s D “ ١ a 1 | ١ Ai. Hx " 42x Fe APRI 7 تج‎ 1 ix mi .- i 3 u - ve f رع را کر Loan FAUTES Nos‏ کا “NS مها گت‎ 8 AAS a A y : P و‎ C ال ا ا dese SER SO‏ اک کا EC‏ ١ E i j me . | الآ‎ M As 7 ey ٠ تی‎ K ١ SOLEM ٠| 4 gt E 1 f 4 Mi 0 À 5 i 7 " os ٠ © ھی‎ Y t; E " n Es £A em سک‎ 0 YR. a” a Con S - - ” A oM " rir 3 NECK Hw P " Eum ١ ۹ É 7 7 -s و٠١ ع‎ uc AM ۰٠ Liisi sep LL " 1. " nm يا‎ v‏ م Advanced Standing students | chose books they wished to | read second semester. Jim Ash, Jane Scott, Susan Buck, and Kris Lapehn are | tabulating votes. 9 School Board Repre- sentatives John Ulmer, Mark Lagomarcino, and 1 Greg Brady confer during meeting. Setting a mood, B. J. Johnson and Jim Ulmer play a sonata while Honors American Lit students read about the musice ) PT 1 L- Va سس‎ 1 7 oon Ám Theater Arts added; poet conducts labs Theater Arts, designed to give students in- terested in drama technical experience, was the only new course in the English department this year. The course placed a new emphasis on technical experience such as selecting a play, organizing and casting the play, set de- signing and building props for the play. First semester the class prepared a one-act play, “The Skin of Our Teeth, " presented to other English classes. Another new addition was the visit of a poet in residence, Robert Dama from Cornell College at Mount Vernon, Iowa. Mr. Dana illustrated the purpose of poetry in two labs and two large groups by explaining his poetry and reading poems of others. Two trips to the Tyrone Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis were sponsored by the English Department. " Cyrano de Bergerac " was seen by about 80 students in the fall and about 70 students saw " Bs You Like It " in the winter. Teachers and students listen attentively as Robert Dana describes his contemplation of suicide in one of his poems. 6 2 1 0 سے‎ , 4 j à a : 3 ! e dd P ١ - دی‎ ie GEESE لاي‎ EE رح‎ 78 -a ®7 00 — ہے سے‎ mm Five more hours of bus riding await students leaving the Guthrie Theater. TIME Wei - I FIVE ظ‎ MEL ۱۳۸۷۸۱۳۸ ۸ LUNG ظ‎ me deb‏ 3 نے A‏ ٹج Ss Evaluating themes in class are Deb Dun- ster. Diane Rhinehart and Michele Heer. The George Antrobus family and maid pose for a picture before the ice age moves in. Casting her mock vote for the first time, Lori Simon learns how fg operate the simulated voting machine in government, , 1 طخ Students investigate current problems Current problems and family histories high- lighted social studies activities this year. Just before Ames voters rejected an annexation proposal, City Manager J. R. Castner presented the pros of the issue to government classes and Mr. A. C. Pier gave the arguments against it. Students in American History traced their family backgrounds to bring out the variety of nationalities represented in this country. Other history projects included panel discussions on many subjects. Three new teachers were added to the depart- ment this year. Mr. Wilbur Buss and Mrs. Kay Garrett taught history in addition to their for- mer Ames High duties. Mr. James Duea was new to the system teaching American history and government. Does history repeat itself? Sue Scott, Karen Burns, Beth Boylan and Kris Fritsch model bobby sox and saddle shoes in a history skit. A. m directions. » " 4 L Y . 7 -N اس‎ | ل‎ y d I y 1 ہے‎ بذ " ‎ ٠ LI y M 9 Y ۸ ہ6‎ 1 4 رہہ‎ be i ta ہے‎ - i1 phe. ; 4 MM مار نی‎ 00 » " Y (ty Sta in. 1 ‘Sif 1 | Bill Li 1 T àa " ap (90; brû re to print your $e spec because LINT | op T ماف‎ — LT RE cee... For! por day Page Girt sehe | wears Met v‏ ای نج VOTE | OM ۸۱ pants mer |‏ رند بن ۰ ` تن ہہ CASE‏ beings the‏ و و از DAUR‏ PREGNANT Howe dean! — = «= و ویے-٭ ` Congress is the name of the game. Seniors Gary McFarlane, Cindy Parks and Sue Case inspect a government display. President of the Iowa Civil Liberties Union, Russell Pounds awaits government class response. Science, math students specialize in numbers game Students walked down the halls armed with slide rules, electronic calculators and computer programs as they headed for their science and math classes ready to play an old game with new equipment. The game was numbers. The object: to solve any problem from calculating the speed of light to figuring the number of days until graduation. Three major areas of science were offered. Sophomores usually enrolled in biology, which is a study of basic life concepts. Juniors studied physics A or B. The A-course is mainly an experimental course while the B-course goes much deeper into the complex study of physical laws. Chemistry was provided to seniors and as physics, either an experimental or a deep study course. In math, many different courses could be taken to provide students with as much math as they wanted, from general math to calculus. iei NP E » During a biology class, sophomore Dave Using a complex molecular model made of styrofoam balls linked toget n Ingram peeks into a microscopic world. Mr. Sturtevant demonstrates the secrets of atoms and molecules 82 C— " A————XM—— m ——— ا‎ ۰ - " In the Math IMC, Tracy Bittinger uses the helpless approach to get Bob Dean to help with her algebra problems. Great concentration is needed while Brad Davis and E Nancy French work with the wave tank in Physics B. ' Working diligently Greg Wenig, algebra student, rests $ his head on his hand but he doesn’t let his brain rest. | مج مج ججحب بجح م بسب اوج 3 -ے ELK CRO ED‏ Bake sales, parties, field trips spotlight language game Language clubs engaged in a flu rry of money- making projects this year—bake sales, note- card sales, candy sales, Valentine sales, a " slave sale,” carnivals, and the showing of foreign films. Profits went to such things as picnics, hayrides, plays, Christmas parties, banquets, and even to help with one student's expenses for a trip to Mexico this summer—a scholarship offered by Spanish Club. Other activities included video-taped skits, singing, oral reports, field trips, dancing, and a volleyball tournament which various language classes and faculty members entered. There were three language clubs this year, German, sponsored by Mr. Buss; French, Mrs. Vandecar, and Spanish, Mrs. Mollet. The other language class, Latin, did not have a club this year. The Spanish Club Bake sale was a happy sight to starving students after school. Pr; + Qe IX RE کال‎ 029 Ky a) - وہ ن0‎ 6ئ٦‎ pn AA Vv M.‏ ہو z Ab r ‏ — LJ T Laits 7r» X رک پچ‎ c E RC — a — E Ls am. ۹ at Á -af 1 LY b ۹ 1 1 4 ١ 5 ¢ 4 7 » f — are AS انا‎ oe Liz Pier samples one of the delicious chocolate brownies at the Spanish Club bake sa , 84 M À— M — HM — —‏ سس M — MÀ — a‏ ——————— نے ® 7 A E Using the language lab, third year Spanish students Nancy Newell and Ray Thomson listen to some practice tapes. ۰ Aa . A DI INE, ات‎ A ACA 35 کر و ین وب‎ eiu. ET HET, E اھ A وبي ۰س‎ xx 7م‎ » w 7 C La: uU “4% , 5 " 3 5 5 ابه‎ bei OLA TE TON 4 “an E ۲ ty P hr r - oum‏ بو A French play requires Danny Lambert to make a change in his appearance. A member of the French Club delivers valentines to junior Lynne Brady. same time. 'ersatile Mr. Buss, German teacher, ats cake and plays the piano at the A little behind, Terry Kline tries to keep up wi Allison Exner and Cindy Larson in their coed folk dancing class, Boys’ gymnastics girls track add to P.E. variety Games go farther than Monopoly and game boards. The physical education department's goal was to organize games; the reward for the winners was physical fitness. Junior and senior girls could elect a full year course of modern dance this year. Gymnastics equipment was purchased to develop interest in girls competitive sports and to improve the gymnastics in class. Girls’ track and boys’ gymnastics added to the P.E. variety. Seniors out for sports and marching band were not required to take P.E. This was the last year that those people will be excused. The boys’ department adopted new uniforms of orange and white T-shirts. 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Greg Stritzel inspects a stripped-down car in Auto Mechanics. Draped in star-spangled overalls, junior Jane Weber mixes paint with a special drill attachment in an Industrial Education class. i Ub | i |i | | | | | | V ار‎ | | fri | Mistakes are costly in drafting, so Mark Grover puts A combined effort on the part of Jenny Townsend and | all his concentration into achieving perfection. Lynn Schultz make Textiles and Clothing course easter. ۱ " " m rrr fe e ہمہ‎ = LU Add sewing option; shop students build garage, glider Bang, whirrrrr, crash, snip-snip and ow! These were just a few of the noises that could be heard coming from the Home Economics and Industrial Education classes. For the first time this year students in advanced Textiles and Clothing participated in inde- pendent study sewing. According to their abil- ity, students chose what they wanted to make in the second semester class. Another addition to the Home Economics department was Mrs. Sharon Falck, who joined the staff to teach Boys’ Foods. A new project for drafting students was build- ing a hang glider, a light, wood frame, plane- type construction approximately 10 feet in length and has a 20 foot wing span. The pilot takes off in the glider by running into the wind and can fly for a short time. Landing can pre- sent a problem, however, if a soft space is not available to come down on. Advanced Wood- working students worked busily this fall on a single, unattached garage, built for a local lumber company. ELS Der iu o Ana Y i‏ ج“ Ls‏ b € r " Ek x ib 939 s g0 he i LES » 9 IE کیا‎ " wr D ١١ t - e uo Ww e x w oo 4 nuo x ass production of cookies . . . Laurel Mac- One of the largest class projects ever seen at Ames High was built Bride and Lindy Good prepare for open house. by the woodworking students, and later sold for profit. 89 Trade and Industries student Jim Sorrells works to put the jive back into a broken jukebox at K. and D. Music. Work experience programs attract over 150 seniors Many seniors looked to the Ames High work experience programs for relief of school day monotony. These programs offered on-the-job training and a way to earn some much needed money. They also gave several students some insight into their career choices. A total of 58 students served as cadet teachers, about half in elementary schools and rest in junior highs. Those taking part in the Trade and Industries program went on a field trip to Kansas City in January. They also toured the Iowa State Legislature while the 18-year-old rights issue was under fire. Mary Greeley Hospital opened a new wing in October and the Ames High " nurses " were there to help break it in. Eight boys wishing to see how the hospital worked added a new twist to the predominately female Health Occupations program. Ames businesses opened their arms to 47 stu- dents by offering part time jobs through the Distributive Education program. D.E. partic- ipants worked in jobs varying from grocery checkers to pinball machine repairmen. ی“ " Ww‏ State treasurer Bill Rasmussen presents his report at the Iowa DECA convention. OP CO RC SN ےکچ‎ oa 1 9 he Ce | » ' La a 4 E 97 waa, eR Tu Are IF um ری ہے‎ ot مب‎ - ym ut A dnd سے — = مہ ہے را‎ em. ۰ کا جس‎ my LOL Cos LL HELL LI MORAL Rer i 7۸-7۸-717 resuscitation can be tricky so [soe puts in a little extra practice. E eo, Trái چب‎ | E TON و“‎ 1 4 . 7 " «a as el d o a " nd 6 su. 3 e ۵ wm + وہ‎ La 1 m سے 1 ..' بج‎ SS. bs A — D - TON E i m Pl TT - = " il. t d " - L2 p 3 4 7 ET ےس‎ 0 B - (- [pare cU ے۔-۔ رسو‎ st ios 5 o. " S. - i 7 ots A 55 he at Senior Hoyt Acuff proudly displays one of the airplanes he services at Goodrich Aviation Incorporated. Eager third graders look to Mary Sue Catus for inspir- ation as they tackle another creative project. cum . - ہرد رہد ںہ کے موس لج A ai, ري‎ -— M ل AY s‏ ہج سل حم ہے APT P " p - سے‎ Scowling in cencentration, Shari Byriel does her thing at the adding machine. 3e میں رہ‎ رق T. 2 -= 27 4 a - € " u - 72 0 اخ‎ A‏ 0 3 روہ م a | 5 ١ ¢‏ 1 سس be,‏ o o‏ 2 وو ae Cream‏ j . 5 7 i -‏ ١ 4‏ ۔ — a 2i‏ Am. pa uw‏ ا — pn‏ ° EM a? -A 233‏ rem 1 ral 5‏ = - 0 P " .‏ ب mr Y‏ ہے ےے٭ے اس بر «M‏ 5 سی یہ Sa .-‏ m.‏ " .مہ Á‏ . . 5 s 7 ۴ ad‏ .000ہک سر ہم $= ال - 1 inl `‏ + امہ و With the sound of the dictaphone in her ears, Debbie Hagebock types a letter. Thanks to the work experience program, Melody Powers works as a receptionist at H F. More semester, mini courses offered in Business Education Career Education is now the No. | priority in the U.S. Office of Education, according to Dr. Dwight R. Crum, USOE Vocational-Technical Education deputy director. The Business Edu- cation department at Ames High prepared students for careers in professional fields. Business Law and Consumer Economics were two of the specialized business classes taught by Merle Garmen. Under the direction of Sharon Weaver, Kay Garrett, Linda Vance and Esther Buttrey, students learned skills in typ- ing, shorthand and accounting. This year, two mini-courses were offered: busi- ness machines and typing. They were offered on a pass-fail basis to seniors. Business ma- chines, a four-week course, gave instruction in operating a |10-key calculator. Typing, a nine- week course, gave students an opportunity to learn how to type, or to brush-up before graduation. Stopwatch in hand, Mrs. Vance relays a shorthand time test to the class. Mrs. Vance shows Joyce Van- ای 1۹7 ما نی r‏ 0 ۲ E - erte P 2 سیک‎ 0 للك وٹ وه‎ Y ٦ re D c 8 سج‎ ay J " - ۲ 5 ۶ P weet جج‎ v » 0 ۔‎ 7 پنیا‎ ۳ T.» ir T» ر‎ E hd re 7 ° bad fr bd nd " ہے‎ su و‎ s 0 7 49 ہے‎ Vu کے کی‎ T np 7 a 0 - م کے مت ہے ٭ ہے ای دب‎ B u E 1 3ء‎ 8 b ay. kx z a , " 0 t“ “Hmmm, so that’s how tt works!” derwal copy procedures in Business Machines class. tr br 2 E T 7 aro a + w ۹ کی " ای g e wn‏ له WE WM. ٠‏ Ja 0 = Shaping with dental tools and an alcohol burner, Mr. Ron Kuhnle teaches jewelry maki A I F P X ا — a d م‎ w-— pi 3 al 7 9 3 m b « fec - 5 7 A. a " 5 - d mad , 1 » À » v 0 LT E ed » ‘ R 4 è ] 0 8 B b) oe , 2 " ‘ is » A. 1 s x ند‎ 4 | p e `- ا س“‎ e " ١ + . - 0 4 å ۰ 0 0 ١ ٠ +. " 4 M " و‎ 3 +. LI 1 4 ١ ' h × | ' 7 5 . « " s ! 3 ١ ۹ 1 0 0 1 0 € i. Ru m کب وھیر‎ — E EES عد بي‎ wo? € cuam Vm V M سل‎ J— سہٗ٭‎ ۹ wr = B. = 5 ل‎ 03 m d سے‎ Painting poetry: expressing forces 02000 e á ١ és 4 è : a " A » 1 ١ A 5 7 - 8 j E E " p ] 9 ٠ A É 2 ۳ b » - (- 5 2 73 - 3 = Po 4 5 - eee reme Whether by sketches or stories students learned to interpret and express influencing forces through art and Humanities electives. Courses in the art department offered experiments in expression in many media. Basics in painting, drawing, and sculpture were taught by Miss Dorothy Gugel an d new art teachers Mr. Ron Kuhnle and Mrs. Jean Hagert. The funda- mentals were supplemented by commerical art, printing, and independent study classes. The new full-credit Humanities course centered its study on the effect of various forces on the arts, literature, and history. Miss Gugel, Mr. John Forssman, and Mr. Richard White directed student work, which included poetry, visual monologues, and non-verbal creations. Humanities student Laura Stone thumb- tacks her “non-verbal” creation, a pencil drawing, to a bulletin board. 94 Wie 1 G AAS v پا‎ = That sheet of paper Sarah Grant ts so gently peel- ing is a print from Bruce Hammond's suk screen. Preparing to “throw a pot, " sophomcre Pam Rose sponges off the potter's wheel. TT = di i ب نگ می J í‏ 7 ات نر جا 7 7 ۱ ب لہا oe‏ عقوت ipo‏ P. n MA og A OM کی‎ — we. a i سا اور " V.‏ = Waiting anxiously to see if the WEB will fit, Nand Gutmann watches Cynthia Marten and Marian Morto Ames, lowa = ےت t‏ a SE‏ 7 . [| . Å‘ å کت‎ — " r © 1 “ST — — ف‎ € Line straightening is a final layout step for staffers Mary Serovy, Mark Fisher, Sarah Grant and Linda Dougal Mr. Rod Riggs presents a " Most Valuable Staffer " award to Mrs. Bauske, a title that has been hers for many years. Proofreading at 7:30 a.m. is not always fun, but necessary for Mary Healy, Kyle Williams and Debbie Martin. 96 SS جور ہے ے‎ o . ١ Hras = c om SCRATCHPAD EDITORIAL STAFF—FRONT: Mrs. Mona Smith, Elaine Luckett, Paul Eshelman, Laura Stone, Mrs. Phyllis Austin, BACK: Sue Herbert, Dean Dass, John Reinke, Jack Loye, Beth Agard, and Cindy Parks. Not pictured, Holly Burkhalter. WEB reports to school, city; Parks heads SCRATCHPAD Four journalism classes were responsible for the 1971-1972 WEB. Under the supervision of Mrs. Grace Bauske, two classes each semester worked in a two-week cycle which produced a new WEB every week. The WEB was a four-page, tabloid-sized paper that was distributed Fridays in school. It then was printed and distributed with the Ames Daily Tribune. " B total student production,’ as Mrs. Bauske described it, the WEB served not only as a communication device within the school, but also as a report to the community of what was happening and what was of interest in the high school. Another important student publication was the SCRATCHPAD. This years SCRATCHPAD was a tablet-like collection of 87 original poems, essays and short stories contributed by 67 stu- dents of all three grades. Given to their English teach ers who passed them on to sponsors Mrs. Phyllis Austin and Mrs. Mona Smith, the works were coded to allow anonymous selection by the editorial staff, which was led by second- year editor Cindy Parks. The works were then matched with their contributor, typed and sent to the printer. In addition to the editorial staff, Agnes Carbrey, Dean Dass, Mark Fisher, Elaine Luckett, and Laura Stone worked as illustrators for the SCATCHPAD. This was Mrs. Austin’s second and last year as SCRATCHPAD sponsor, as she has left the Ames school system. The silver-starred crystals Pouring from a soft winter sky To warm the sleeping roses Shelter the hopes of April. February's flowers Whisper to the cold-fearing trees And comfort them with | Gifts of transient beauty While May's violets sleep below In the warm and fragrant earth. — Emily Rosewell ye E | LA - —Reprinted from SCRATCHPAD 2 With a $1700 increase in publishing costs awaiting them, the 1972 SPIRIT staff not only had to put out a book but also make up for inflation. De- termined to put out an original year- book despite high costs, the staff held a dance in the early fall, sold individual picture packets and then sponsored a second dance, at which Connie Jo Israel was crowned SPIRIT Sweetheart. " Moneymaking " was not the only game the staff played. " Decide on Specifications " was the other, as well as " Color the Cover " and " Beat the Deadline, " the last proving to be the staff's least successful. Become a SPIRIT representa, (Below) FRONT: Sue Bliss, Chia Sand, Nancy Davies, Sally Schol Mary Kay Atkins. Mark Donc | Cheryl Ring: SECOND: S4 Canute, Martha Peterson, Eri Fryar, Cheri McFarlane, Pan Beneke, Sheau-huei Gee: THIRD: Speer, Deby Martin, Carolyn Og Chris Ellis, Cindy Parks, Kaf Rozeboom, Ruth Burkhalter: FOUR Zmolek, Mary Sue Catus, Bc Kestel, Anne Burkholder, Paul Ge. : ہڈا ان .ج an‏ Lj‏ -— = Aa a Starting an all-year game, Business Manager To combine sports with the rest of the book, communication Anne Ewing signs a contract with Robert Dilley. between editors Christie Dailey and Larry Katz is a necessit) 98 7 Three staffers who must have been playing games while the group shot was being taken are Todd Miller, c‏ ہےر DA. KE‏ سم d Sue Geist and Gordon Meyer. Not | X pictured: Brian Stafford. i! | 3 " SPIRIT—FRONT: Karen Wass, Larry Katz, à EY Meg James, Anne Ewing, Kathy Hoff, Mary | m Serovy; SECOND: Christie Dailey, Jerry = Jutting, Nancy Jellinger, Carol Peterson, 7 Mark Fisher, Patty Kelton, Dave Fitz; THIRD: b ۱ Chris Gammack, John Tysseling, Mary Constantine, Andy Ward, Mrs. Barbara Ward, Linda Crom, and Peg Barr. ‘Ben sales campaign. Proceed y to final sales deadline. - n. " AO ریہ سور‎ fue 5 DET P را‎ - ` 0 pee halo D جب‎ 5T سی‎ NEGO کر‎ t e " 2 ee سے‎ p” یت‎ Ny مان ا " رب‎ CA B 3 ٣ uu " . the mood for the game motif. ll week and lose two turns. Er that all work and no play is unhealthy. Bite once for three staff birthdays in one week. ET “TS ae | ع‎ Put contact to be printed in Goto the SPIRIT distribu- tion party and watch all your “best friends” scribble all through your book.““Good luck always, stay as sweet as Jg ever! Love, SPIRIT.” the darkroom. Lose two turns and blame the Include paper, string, hearts and weekend work for the February SPIRIT dance in the money making game. photographers. | Break the tape! Advanc ae 7 goes REED Fee ue iS B bs 0س0‎ i PI FE bim NH BACK OUR HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS Ames beats foot- ball rival Boone! Take an extra turn to bring home the victory bell (right). PREDICAMENT! Participate in a wrestling match — part of the Sports Game. — —À ييه‎ Ma! سس‎ ||| للا تت ت ا ج27 اب ابيب تالسلسم سس —— l————— AS U ل‎ ١ = 7 4 ` On your mark, a سے‎ | Get set, | we v JA) and turn the ga - وه‎ J| CC ےکر‎ Ci NS dM page for more “LS 1 0 fof " B Sports Game M With the foot-‏ البح سس ببدم[ Ems‏ - جد i ie cocos oo nme سب ا ل 2 سنس يني — ے‎ » a — — 1 p» oe . یج‎ 1 9 D.» 0 : ° . 2 4 P ۴. ` مذ‎ pte o TS د اودري‎ 2 1 " — 5 " " . h WHA P ES E. FM Y ( : ےت ان‎ - ere? ر — سے‎ eaa - ball Season 0 " 3 9 P KEY m یں‎ 0 0 Á— چ‎ DOE سے ےس‎ . Aged c میک رہ یم 0وی‎ werme E ram m0 P o » ia " Tt 1 " جار‎ AE نے‎ SETA SE EEI ھی‎ b n. Td 4 en ay AU JUPE. 7ی‎ ۵ e Ty r 7 T A lx M E. gm t ۰۰ wae” mta v EB 4 + نے‎ 3 n: m 101 -a — TE وہہ‎ TT ST o e a . LI Dejection shows on the face of a Cedar Fall plaver three members of the Ames team celebrate the upset Best season for Coach Johnson; second in Big 8 The Ames High football team ended the season with a 6-1-2 record. This is the best record an Ames team has had since 1960 and also the best of a team coached by Phil Johnson. Their only loss came to No.l-ranked East Waterloo. The Little Cyclones started the season with their best offensive showing of the year by beating Boone 38-19. The first tie came at Fort Dodge where a missed extra point was the difference. After beating Marshalltown, 14-6, the team travelled to Cedar Falls to play the No. 4 team in the state. Ames upset the Tigers, 14-7, in a thriller. The Little Cyclones returned home, after losing to East, to tie West Waterloo for Homecoming. They ended the season by beating Mason City, 23-0, and rival Hoover, 15-6. Two Ames standouts, Mike Fowles and Dan Spencer, earned All-State honors. Fowles was named second team All-State and first team Big Eight as a defensive lineman. Spencer placed as a linebacker on the fifth team All- State. ( E 4 . - lw 00 5 ای ےک 0 5 م‎ 0 عقاول‎ DP tw. 5 r 2. ` 7 e ؟‎ s | 4 5 e ! l 0 0 1 7 Ld سر۴‎ 4 : 7 4 1 " T d 4 oO 0 ur E e 3 رج‎ UV - " 0 - X " hi dm coe . ب‎ oe eT A " " Ld $ P i 5 5 a? : $ E‏ 4 کم ۱ ma س‎ ga 2 ex: os 47 - —€— m m » سے‎ a ۲ ف‎ 39 LEN ات‎ F VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM—FRONT: Kent Anderson, Ron Greiner, Bill Elder, Scott Kenyon, Steve Hildebrand, Pete Anderson, Je Kuehl, Dan Kepley, Dan Doud, Curt Cobb, Gary Jamison, Brooks Johnson, Scott Daulton, Steve Netcott; SECOND: Craig Cole, Bill Kunerth, Jim Scholten, Warren Purvis, Mike Ellson, Brian Little, Larry Ostrem, Marc Sakamoto, Barry Best, Dick Carter, Craig Woodard, Phil Bartruff, Tim Sullivan, Mark Berthelson; THIRD: John Miller, Glen Anderson, Ken Woodley, Jeff Schoeneman, Dan Wierson, Dennis} Jacobson, Jeff Hilton, Steve Burgason, Dave Bunker, Dave Hakes, Randy Taylor, Jeff McCullough; FOURTH: Terry Warren, Dean Kuhn, Ken York, Gary Grindeland, Dan Spencer, Mike Fowles, John Tysseling, Bryon Brunkow, Brian Stucky, King Block, Bob Catus, Lary Wearth; BACK: Coach Johnson, Coach Bailey, Coach Mendenhall, Coach Tramp, Coach Duea, Coach Campbell, Managers Chan Thomas, Grant Phipps, John Frederickson, Rich Garry. : | 02 | | | | | SETS un c A I ویک‎ Quarterback Pete Anderson confers with Coach Johnson about the strategy for the next series of downs. o o ظ ات‎ A= m 38 Ames 19 Boone x AY To to 6 Ames 6 Fort Dodge وی‎ 14 Ames 6 Marshalltown 14 Ames 0 Newton 14 Ames Cedar Falls 6 Ames : East Waterloo 8 Ames : West Waterloo 23 Ames 0 Mason City 15 Ames 6 Hoover à | 5 کے‎ v ` VARSITY £F P a ae FOOTBALL RECORD " RU Little Cyclones receiving recognition on defensive all-state teams were Mike Fowles and Dan Spencer. TOP: FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF: Head coach Phil Johnson, Bob Campbell, Jim Duea, Jack Mendenhall, Keith Bailey, Dale Tramp. Members of the offensive line take a break while waiting for the defensive team to do their job. 103 Defense forces 19 turnovers, shutout Led by Ron Greiner's 42, the Ames High defen- sive unit had 335 tackles for nine games or an average of 39.2 tackles per game. Next in line for most tackles were Dan Spencer with .37, Mike. Fowles with 36, and Dick. Carter. and Barry Best with 33 each. The defense forced 19 turnovers, three blocked punts, two blocked extra. point kicks, five fumble recoveries, and nine interceptions. The Little Cyclones held their opponents to 2116 total offensive yards, of which 1109: were on the ground and 1007 in the air. They held one team, Mason City, to only 125. total yards تہ‎ also prevented the Mohawks from scoring, which resulted in a.day free of workout for the entire squad: à = All-state third team pick Mike Fowles assists fellow defender Dick Carter down a Newton running back. 14 1 01 4 5 P 1 Ames High defenders pursue a Hoover back around end. ٠ i vi " T pe i4 2 Lco ریا ا چو کاپ‎ P GE pi)? 1! . " nr Lo ۸ " ' ` " 5 oy . 0 و خی و ee e H AT‏ we i 1 1 ‏ , . a‏ جار دی Tt abr » s. ‏ + وی‎ 0 - 7, E ٠ مو کے‎ hee 5 OTR ۷ 10 NE A , : VÀ D. 1 y m RE PON m» 07 Little Cyclone defensive back Barry Best sends a Des Moines Hoover Husky sailing through the air with a jarring tackle in Ames’ last game of the 1971 season, Marshalltown quarterback Cordt is snared by defensive lineman Steve Hildebrand. SIV |! | ١ p- L] 340 , ow AM. + LI — 7 TRA رج‎ her RR LI d , D | 8 ١ T5 ool (Y (eer d 5 Ae =. 24 ٠ ١ = ? v ١ -beL " i n k HORN -43 k ape : A Tae ! DE ART tr BAT M CEAN‏ و۶ t av 7‏ پا یں , | : tes " i‏ Mit 84 e n? " (x‏ مه 1 b gr ML zi‏ ن 7 : FJ DoD‏ 4 ii wi. Sharh tet i ۸8 (i £‏ .۶۷۱ موب = WI j A‏ 2 و وت MUS‏ لااو ا ا ا v-‏ فی SW Gleaner‏ 1 T iss ACHT ET Las ( " T d M - 00 tun ys? = lie as میم چیم یہ‎ Lite ٦ : 1 i " وید‎ اکا um. للا و و‎ moi Mo 3 ANA ET 6 حم 1 ۱ 7 F‏ : یغد ر = s‏ , ج‎ 22 7 2 7 4 Hn RES 5 v] ‘ 55 Li m ہے‎ 0 ns JUR. 0014 1 = 4 lc 040۴ ١ M aa Kl سذ‎ 3 3r es ای0 ا‎ men z- a I- کاو پیٹ ITH اد‎ TH S ADDE. d , 1 " m ye Db Po ر“‎ : و‎ Ab TY ےد‎ v +2 YS سو و کا‎ O " x . CU Seeing little hope in any personal gain, Pete Anderson pitches the football to a running back. ۶ 8 | 106 1 ظ Offense outscores foes 150-84 The Big Eight conference saw a thundering offensive display by an array of Little Cyclone backs, led by the passing of quarterback Pete Anderson, who completed 56 of 123 passes he threw for a 45.5 completion percentage. These 56 passes yielded 885 total yards, an average gain of 15.8 yards. Helped out this year by the defense and, in Coach Mendenhalls estimation, " the quickest line in the Big Eight conference,’ the offense strove to keep up with the defense all year long. They outscored their opponents 150 to 84. This year's offensive team gained 1508 yards on the ground and 969 yards through the airways, totaling 2477 yards. Showing superb balance, senior quarterback Pete Anderson hurdles over the Marshalltown tacklers with a little help from his friends. Halfback Steve Netcott comes to grinding gridiron halt, as guard Jeff Kuehl looks on. STATISTICS TOP RUSHERS Netcott—472 yards, 6:4 yd. av. Berthelsen—365 yards, 6.1 yd. av. Anderson—214 yards, 2.4 yd. av. Warren—190 yards, 4.2 yd. av. Block—85 yards, 4.3 yd. av. PASSING Anderson—completed 56 passes for 885 yards RECEIVING Berthelsen—14 passes for 222 yards Sakamoto—9 passes for 180 yards 107 oy With the football clutched in both hands, Howie Campbell anticipates defensive action as he heads for a first down. — a — — کت ابه bons 1‏ 7 1 l 4 ۱ L RIP " 0 P 66 i t 1 3 21 el Aw g 4 E 5 " ۹ 0 " AMT Y i E 1 اھ . بخ a‏ 0 1 €T | E d A - وي‎ 1 " 7 s Ede gu ra € -— E A DA . a ? E x I c ۹ 7 . oM Moor uos Or jN t.‏ ہی 8 MICE A S ee =) کا‎ پا z ‏ رفا " A L4 are, 14 یں‎ Sophs finish 7-2; Duea a new coach; Tramp lauds team “This year's sophomore football team was as good as any | have coached,’ commented Mr. Dale Tramp, sophomore football coach. Al- though the Ames sophs had a tough schedule, they managed a seven and two record, losing only to Newton and South Tama. Early in the season, Coach Tramp was im- pressed with the well oriented and efficient defense, as he was throughout the season. The offense was somewhat less efficient early in the season, tumbling a total of 15 times in 2 games, against Newton and Tama. Near the end of the season, Mr. Tramp felt that the offense had improved to the level of the defense. A new coach was introduced this year to aid Mr. Tramp. Mr. James Duea replaced Mr. Arnie Zediker, who took a job coaching for Storm Lake. Coach Duea came from Humboldt, Iowa, where he coached cross-country. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL RECORD 32 Ames 14 Ames 21 Ames 6 Ames 15 Ames 20 Ames 48 Ames 12 Ames 33 Ames 20 Lincoln 6 Marshalltown 16 Carroll Kuemper 34 Newton 22 South Tama 14 Boone Fort Dodge West Waterloo Hoover nr -— fe a AS 1 کر‎ Pac 5 r لات‎ RE Ames sophomores pile toward Lincoln’s ball carrier, smashing him to the ground only a few yards from the goal line. 108 | | Caus tht in an unusual angle, defensive lineman Jack Peterson, 56, lunges toward the opponent's quarterback. ae y NEXT " e 7‏ 7 مت و f ry‏ 26 JA 34 Mis a SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM—BACK: Coach Tramp, Mark Allen, Howie Campbell, Dave Knutson, Len Griffen, Steve Schneider, S = Ison, Rod Mather, Pat Coyle, Mark Ne Wion, Dennis Dobson, Martin Secker, Kevin Allen, lim Moorehead, Steve Clark, John Pantenburg, Coach Duea, SECOND: Mike Moore, Ev Cochrane, Kirk Farrar, Dennis Elliot, Jon Stalheim, Ken Van Fossen, Tim af, Ken Litchfield, Monte Lutz, Tom Wilson, John Craig, Jack Peterson, Brad Brunia, Mike Kyle, FRONT: Gary | vin Ferguson, Jon Healy, Jeff Keller, Brian Vetter, Don Finnegan, Steve Holdredge, Mike Cook, J. D. Kuehl, Len illiard, Mike Eu Paul Schuette, lim Gammon, Steve Pier. 109 ١ 3 b » a ee vt ید شا ہے و‎ eek ataa p ی سے‎ 3 ہد‎ 0 ۸ e ATT 1 P a 4 ار‎ f Y eT A A جس‎ LS : è یں کو ا ریب دو وه‎ a R | وس‎ Aa Ts 4 بس رو ند‎ LN 1١ oa a Toe Ta ۳ سر یی‎ Pa. ا مم‎ Y " كر‎ a کی‎ Vm جو‎ = 1. 0 . T M iA ام E Fa:‏ می ج Pj. gt s یک‎ SAC sud t COLON Ro al IT ood nai me tee‏ ین اع porq‏ ںی ار MI 4‏ روفحم Ta eng‏ Dave Fitz and Scott Nichols lead the way as they follow the — white line over the two-mile course in a j inior varsity meet. TOP: Tom Lockhart and Steve Grover take off with a pack — of Marshalltown runners in a meet at the ISU golf course. Youngest harriers place 2nd in Big 8; 4th in State Ames High had its youngest cross country team ever as it captured second in the Big Eight Conference meet and fourth in the State AAA two-mile meet. Two returning senior lettermen ran consistently on the varsity squad while three juniors and five sophomores earned let- ters during the season. After a somewhat dismal mile season, the cross country team recoiled when running two miles by placing first in the Fort Dodge Quad- rangular, third in the Mike Augustine Invita- tional, second in the Big Eight meet, and fourth in the State AAA two-mile meet. Coach John Sletten, though it was the first time he had lost the Big Eight Conference meet since he came to Ames three years ago, said, “For a very young squad, I thought our kids did a fine job in finishing second in the state.” 110 Ames leads the way on the unique one and a half mile “smorgasbord course " both track and cross-country running. | ROSS COUNTRY VARSITY: FRONT, Scott Nichols, Dean Dass, Dick Bailey, Steve Buck, Mark Grover; BACK, Bob Richert, Steve 4 rover, Tom Lockhart, Brian Stafford, Dave Fitz, and Head Coach John Sletten. 11] VARSITY SCOREBOARD Ames Marshalltown Ames Fort Dodge Ames Newton Ames Cedar Falls Ames East Waterloo Ames West Waterloo Ames Mason City Ames Boone Ames Webster City Ames Marshalltown AT لی‎ MES E MANY 2‏ ہہ 75 62 84 83 75 64 48 63 Boone North D.M. Marshalltown Fort Dodge Roosevelt Newton Cedar Falls Webster City East Waterloo West Waterloo Mason City Ames High’s Nic Classick and Frank Schneider crash to the boards as Steve Burgason and the ref look on. 19-2 best ever; Ames ties for Big 8 cage title The 1971-72 Little Cyclone basketball cagers recorded the best record in Ames history with a 19-2 season. Their only two losses were homded to them by the Marshalltown Bobcats, who stopped Ames’ drive for the state crown. Despite having just two returning seniors (Cap- tain Nic Classick and Gary Grindeland), the Little Cyclones tied with Marshalltown with a 13-1 Big 8 record to share the conference title. The year marked the third time in a row that Ames High has tied or won in Big 8 basketball. During the entire season, the cagers were rated in the top three on the state-wide polls, often ranked number one. Overall, the Ames basket- ballers were a well balanced team utilizing good teamwork and strong coaching. SCORING LEADERS eels: FT TP Steve Burgason 93 211 77 126 263 Terry Carroll 99 233 57 79 255 Dick Carter 12 30 11 17 35 Nic Classick 115 224 64 92 294 Gary Grindeland 100 199 71 80 27) Frank Schneider ۱07 212 47 79 6[ Dave Sprowell 26 56 8 85 112 Driving through three opponents, Gary Grindeland heads for the basket for two points and a foul. Ames High center Frank Schneider clears a path for Terry Carroll to drive during the Webster City game. 0 1 A UY‏ چس جم “pe NS maT Ornar پے‎ ET Mr P Lec YT LA, ID e Pie Mri e Re nd RE‏ و ہی gtr [A , چا مر‎ ie A ea w ve 4 1 کے‎ ۱ KY ١ ٠ وہہ‎ € TEF, 0 E] Tar MA . 3 5 cw «ar. da “al Ev 3 CIN " ue d - 4 , ` 1 7 + وب de = n Tw».‏ 113 BIG EIGHT STANDINGS Ames Marshalltown Fort Dodge Mason City Cedar Falls Newton East Waterloo West Waterloo Noe C OO COD C ہے‎ = Steve Burgason, who averaged 10 points during the season, liter- ally launches the ball to get it over Dan Becker and the tall Marshalltown defense. Ames won the first encounter of the season, but lost the second and then dropped the decisive post-season tournament playoff at Veterans’ Auditorium, 71-63. The 78 was touch-and-go all the way until the final few minutes of plays AMES VS MARSHALLTOWN | افو‎ E T V The big battle in the Big 8 between Ames and Mar- shalltown ended in Ames’ elimination in the sub- state bout. Here Nic Classick, who averaged 18 points a game during the series, shoots against the tough defense of M'town's Tim Vaughn. 114 — .ےھ o Áo c ao O ”7” mm‏ ےہ ے —— —MX 9 —À‏ — سے —— — —— —— —— € — لس — " = — —— —— —— Steve Burgason wins this duel against Craig Cordt for the re- Outside shooting by both teams kept the games bound. All the games were hoily contested, especially the game at close. Terry Carrol flies through air to pump in Marshalliown, for which Ames students migrated in mass and 2 points. also in cars and buses. With less than one minute to go in the substate game and down by five points, the look of total defeat shows on the Ames High bench for the first time this year. Team well balanced; 5 cagers honored The 1971-72 Ames High basketball season did not produce one or two clear-cut stars but was built around six solid players. On offense the top five scorers were all within 1.8 points of each other, with Nic Classick leading the way. The defense was the stingiest defense in the conference, allowing fewer points than any other team. Honored on all-state teams were Nic Classick and Terry Carroll, with Steve Burgason and Gary Grindeland receiving honorable mention. The starting five all placed on the Big 8 honor teams. ۲ 3 -r 4 s ks. جم وی‎ " d V T E TJ € PT pi حا‎ 15 | m M ٠ Y TA i nc 5 v B " y " d f t Í " 7 53 eod 0‏ " ات í‏ اح tud v M " ‏ . W) al hh. ١ VE “ye Ri PE VAN Zr EA eee کا‎ PUSS CEE ر - | Dave Sprowell shoots as Gary Grindeland, Nic Classick and Frank Schneider prepare for a possible rebound. - 116 —— ÁÓ— يد‎ ——PRáa—— s أ‎ ee IQ E a — n " " -- " Is—— P ———— eS — ———— ہے‎ — —À — ے‎ ee Short players lead sophs to 12-5 mark under new coach This marked the first year that Coach Dave Posegate coached the Ames sophomore basket- ball team. The sophs posted a 12-5 record against difficult competition. There were few times that the Ames sophs were taller than their opponents in contrast to the past several seasons, when Ames fielded ex- tremely tall teams. The sophs made up for this with a lot of hustle and good ball handling. The key offensive weapo n for the Ames sophs was the outside shot, with leading shooter Dave Knutson and his teammates pumping shots in from beyond the key. The Ames sophomores looked like a team of the past with short players, making for fast and exciting action to entertain the crowds before the varsity games. Short but springy, forward Howie Campbell leaps for the sophomore game tip-off. EN GONE i | 0 00 V 1 9. یہ‎ ut oh Dit. 0 x is Mo Tra E Á— m سے‎ o ۔‎ -— -- T$ EAG I Lee یی‎ - + = SEE IGT CER TADE i é 5 Cms [s m 3 ۳ 0 7 ۴ں ہیں‎ a. 0 یں | سوب :بي سپ‎ e eaa ra v ` 19. ف‎ t " isa 4 8 - ےر‎ eo Jew - 3 " wie. , y, EA. ہب‎ F . ao phon الل يرن ؟‎ ly ae Pow yi oe ie 3 2 جه‎ 8 o " " 71 d PA EO RE ED TE TEER ARATE اج ید مس و‎ Ay AL EE ۹91118001 س س‎ Án سے۔ ہے ہے ہے‎ eee چھہلے‎ Ln SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM—FRONT: Ken Litchfield, John Pantenburg, Paul Schuette, Todd Gutmann, Coach Dave Posegate, Drew Palmer, Mark Davis, Howie Campbell, Pete Crump; BACK, Ben Svec, Tim Weigle, Tom Richert, Kirk Farrar, Dennis Reinsch, 117 Jon Stalheim, Rod Mather, Ted Riggs, Evy Cochrane, Dave Knutson. رہ E " V رف‎ TA شياو وھ وہ‎ y Cs | " اب‎ ‘ as جیا یی‎ 0 =f و‎ i 5 L Dv c» ١ " vu ay UN " US E Cum lie 0 0 - 4 w ¥ 5 3 ١ E ps» 4 i or - ۲ » 74 her — = © 3 گی کے مھ‎ a Kirk Farrar pumps one over a Fort Dodge player as Mark Davis goes in for the rebound. Ben Svec grabs the rebound as teammate Pete Crump screens out his Fort Dodge opponent. SOPHOMORE SCOREBOARD .86 Ames 66 Boone 99 Ames 73 North D.M. 80 Ames . 87 Marshalltown 74 Ames 63 Webster City 66 Ames 65 Fort Dodge 66 Ames 53 Roosevelt 73 Ames 53 Newton 78 Ames 50 Cedar Falls 44 Ames 67 East Waterloo 68 Ames 56 West Waterloo 71 Ames 65 Mason City 50 Ames 77 Marshalltown 68 Ames 43 Fort Dodge 64 Ames 58 Newton 77 Ames 57 Cedar Falls 64 Ames 74 East Waterloo 48 Ames 50 West Waterloo me o — — ee. [ڑچجوھأّجصو‎ Israel tries for Olympics; Stone takes Ist in state meet This year's Ames High gymnastics team worked many hard hours to achieve its goal of an out- standing season. Leading the way for Ames were Connie Jo Israel and Beth Stone, con- sidered by Iowa State Gymnastics Coach Ed Gag nier to be two of the top girl gymnasts in the country. The team finished second behind Roosevelt in the state meet; Beth earned top honors with her first place all-around victory. Passing up the state meet, Connie Jo qualified for the final Olympic trial by placing in the top 20 at Terra Haute, Indiana. In only its second year of competition, the gymnastics schedule rose from one meet last year to seven meets this year, with two thirds of the previous season's team returning. The year marked the end of Coach Karen Bason's coaching career at Ames High. During her two years, she coached the team to a tie for first and a second place in state gymnastics meets. SCOREBOARD ٤ Ames 90.65 Urbandale- 56.18 Ames - 91.40 Boone 52.18 Ames 90.31 Jefferson 54.27 | EN روہ‎ 37.29 Ames 96.40 Boone 69.00 . Ames 145.25 Central S.C. 107.25 . ` Boone 94.65 | | Jefferson 93.25. Ames 98.63 Roosevelt 100.24 Ames 144.08 Ankeny 72.10 District: lst Roosevelt 100 2nd Ames 43 State: Ist Roosevelt 88 2nd Ames 7 3rd Bettendorf 20 1972 Olympic hopeful Connie Jo Israel displays her winning talent on the balance beam. ANNE جو‎ crea سور‎ hdd 4 ter‏ “تھے 119 Whoops! Sophomore Kevin McRoberts loses control of the situation and his opponent gets a take down. اسح سي a‏ and one point, but is met by strong opposition. an escape for sit-out " رت3 JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING 15 Southeast Polk 18 Carroll Kuemper 42 Fort Dodge 24 Newton Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames Ames 33 Cedar Falls 5 East Waterloo 36. West Waterloo 30. Mason City 2l Perry 16 Marshalltown 10 Boone 21 Urbandale BAr N کو یل‎ ee tte. Ries a ASA UIN. ME Chii: ume ds ۸4 مت‎ ai ۱ ا‎ 27 DE UCM Ax hte tae. " at 4 HUC وا ا 200 یں‎ j " A 7 و‎ “Ive we v m Sap g ee dise | PT. Siga diea di ies dus ARTI m i = A» یا ا اک‎ Ses x fed T کان‎ ۱ 4 n ا ا ا‎ EF de yis Sophomore Dennis Dobson tries to “ص .س e‏ - — o — — 9 Sophs finish 4-4; JVs end season winning 4 in row About 20 sophomores went out for wrestling this year, some going on to wrestle junior varsity and varsity. The sophomores had a 4-4 season record with a 59 win, 48 loss, 4 tie in- dividual record. Assistant Coach Keith Bailey expressed some disappointment in the group. The junior varsity had a long season of 12 meets. They compiled an 8-4 team record and a 59 win, 43 loss, 8 tie individual mark. They finished their season with tour consecutive wins. SOPHOMORE WRESTLING 27 Ames 39 Ames 27 Ames 27 Ames 2] Ames 17 Ames 46 Ames 15 Ames 34. 16 13 2 Southeast Polk - Fort Dodge Cedar Falls Ankeny ا‎ 30 Valley 34 Valley- 6 Ankeny: 32 Eagle Grove ENS GELAN ARS eee‏ ار ٹا ty) t TN ri mt.‏ 7 زم T | 4 l‏ e 1 UR |‏ 1 8 1 22 M ٢ ۱ 7 " | BN me ] »J D 2 iv 2 4 " TOR d Kao) او‎ uat. " 19 $ 1 EN .۔‎ bk NEN M ` le a Pa + GES A: thas P. ۰ rw 4 we Ld ` TS. i M After winning his match, Jerry Lane gets ۱ a bis hug of approval and a pat on the back from Scott Daulton. SOPHOMORE AND JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM—BACK: Dennis Dobson, Larry Wearth, Mark Samuelson, Jerry Lane, Bill Hotchkiss, Dave Pohm, Senter Timmons, John Miller, Ron Christenson; SECOND: Kevin McRoberts, Brad Brunia. Mark Beeman, Jim Moorhead, Mark Homer, Chuck Mehle, Bob Schmidt, Jeff Owen; FRONT: Jerry Clemens, Don Finnegan, Dan Strodtman, Mark Skadberg, Mark Ostrem, Mark Barnet. 121 h E wy —— € Ó ع‎ n aient pi Deep, ہے‎ ORE LALO HEAL PEE ہے‎ s, چا —- د | AE. 8 Oo IPSE. " EA " WS X Um- ih = = سے گے Wrestlers topple records for season; Kunerth state champ This year's varsity matmen broke all kinds of records as they had the most successful wres- tling season in the history of Ames High. Completing their dual season 10-2 and with a record third place finish in the rugged Big 8, the grapplers went on to send more boys to state than ever as they won both the district and sectional meets and finished fourth in the State AAA Meet, their highest ever. Seniors Bruce Greene, Nate McCay, and Bill Kunerth, along with juniors Bruce Davis and Bryan Stucky, wrestled in the State Meet. Bill بے‎ Kunerth paced the team as he won the 132 ا‎ pound State AAA Championship in an over- time match. m Greene displays a quick sitout on his tiring opponent in the Ames Invitational. E “Our team was so successful this year that next years motto will have to be ‘beat the bestl“ declared a very jubilant head wrestling coach, Jack Mendenhall. The three wrestling coaches who helped Ames to place the highest ever in the Big 8 or State competition are: Keith Batley, Head Coach; Jack Mendenhall; and Bob Impecoven. The crowd in the stands starts to come alive as Mike Fowles, heavy weight grappler, puts his opponent on his back seconds before pinning him. 122 VARSITY DUAL 17 Southeast Polk 4 Carroll Kuemper 10 Fort Dodge 6 Newton 23 Cedar Falls 13 East Waterloo 25 West Waterloo 18 Mason City 15. Perry 11 Marshailtown 6 Boone | 19. Urbandale. VARSITY—FRONT: Grady Shelton, Mark Donaldson, Paul Schattauer, Bruce Davis, Jim Kinney, Chuck Mehle, Man- ager Greg McLaughlin; BACK: Bill Kunerth, Scott Daulton, David Pohm, Bruce Greene, Bryan Stucky, Mike Fowles. سس ے۔ ۷ جت بون اس ے وو ar ale‏ ا وجا وا ر کک ہی ate pee an‏ With one white shoe and one black shoe, Grady Shelton appears to do the splits on top of his hapless opponent. " -— TOTS. a OO lL LLL SS " S ja. = e au . T d : f A nN s - " 5 a ۵ 5 wr E j u.. . " " رت‎ Va 0 : i At . | TA 22004 P . 4 1 , O AR S :‏ و ری wo " xw P‏ ا CL CN‏ ہم ہیں AN " 8 N ‏ نے JEL ic, LM A GOD.‏ 4 123 GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS—FRONT: Marta Moore, Kim Johnson, Ann Grindeland, Peggy Mickle, Marti son, Jan Tuttle; BACK: Coach [s ا‎ Karen Bason, Jeni Herrick, Connie Jo Israel, Sandy Hoffman, Carol Healey, Cindi Jacobson : | MAL ا ہے‎ jw P Hoffman performs on the unevens. Team leader was junior Buffy Stone with first place all-around in the district and state meets. Talking, watching, praying, thinking, wondering ... The team huddles on the floor, waiting. » ais ie $ E ہو‎ P ` FT - " T d 3 = " n dÉ scien r wn do Mag ons e E UM وھ ای‎ She فدہ‎ , The tanker emblem designed by co-captain Tom Bliss and Manager Gordie Meyer. " I'll never swim fly again!’ moans Tom Bliss as he pulls his sweats on at Ft. Dodge. Shaved head glistening, Jim Scholten churns through the water at District. mr 4 p 35 ہے“‎ 5 RP ES yu ٢ Aa en rr سے‎ ee ہہ حہ‎ ee © ———— eee ee, O ملسم مه‎ m ھە‎ VARSITY DUAL MEET RECORD Tankers rewrite Ames 29 Boone Ames 44 Newton a ly d: fi " l Ames 24 Marshalltown recor oar d INIS Ames 33 D.M. Hoover o Ames 24 D.M. Lincoln with only 4 losses Ames 34 C.R. Washington Ames lo Fort Dodge “Anybody can say ‘We could have if..., but Ames I] Boone only a select few can say 'We did. " —Mike Wittmer i The Ames High swim team didn't. But they | 9 Mouth agape, Dexter MacBride launches himself off the blocks tried, and in the opinion of Coach Wittmer, | ` to start the 200-yd. freestyle at the Roosevelt Invitational. thats nothing to be ashamed of. The team finished with a 7-] dual meet record and wins at the Bobcat and Ames Relays, the Big Eight meet and the state District meet. The Little Cyclone tankers were defeated by only two teams, Omaha West Side and Cedar Rapids Washington. However, Washington finished ahead of the swimmers four times, Ames’ only losses. West Side, Nebraska state champs, won the Little Cyclone Invitational meet. The squad outscored all other opponents in dual meets 518-242, more than twice as momy points. They also rewrote their record board except for two records, the 400-yd. freestyle and the pool 100-yd. butterfly record. One record, the breaststroke, was set by Bob Bled- soe at 1:067, only to be reset moments later by Dan Fitzgerald. 1 ,2 ہت سی ۳س Ae " »- 9‏ ry... p » F: 2 AUTE‏ m 1 ٠ 0 n P»‏ v uS A ol 7‏ - 1 ۹ " - ا ن و EO tata) et‏ k‏ 5 1 , رح bd‏ E‏ 5 0 E m E‏ ERR‏ رجہ 7 M M S‏ 1 LI a‏ i + و‎ 8 » " p y ھت‎ ۹)۳ as " 1 aes افد‎ Fr 4 . =! " 8 i Pad 5 ١ : « 9M IP می‎ o - —— ——MÀ —— پچ‎ — a ei ۰ سپ‎ ۴ ye ف‎ a 1 5 ف یہے‎ A, 9? » 5 1 Ly 7 " . ver Breaststroker Dan Fitzgerald gazes upward in at the district meet where the Little Cyclones finished first. disbelief when told of his record 1:05.5 time. 127 a aa‏ ا I‏ میسو ےکا - M - a. M. ro ۱ E] è = 4 — » om D تسس پگ ٹوو ھی‎ a a e کک‎ a ell. a مسر‎ Ea اد‎ - " ap Gasping for air, Tom Bliss turns during the 100-yard butterfly. He received an athletic scholarship to the University of Arizona. | | Todd Miller kneels by his bloch before the start of his race as he State backstroke champ Bob Reinbold plans his strategy for the 400-yard freestyle event. is congratulated by Coach Wittmer ] i41 i VW are b .(1[ Hh OG: لپ‎ Arr Ca p! ' Ames High swimmers 2nd in state meet The Ames High swimming team came closer to perennial champion Cedar Rapids Washington than any other team has in the past five years. Although the team had hopes of upsetting Washington, the failure of some individuals to place hurt the team effort. Ames had two state champions, both under- classmen. Bob Reinbold repeated as the back- stroke champ with a record time of :55.24, and finished second in the 200 individual medley with a time .02 seconds behind the winner. Sophomore Dexter MacBride won the 100 free in :48.96, and was second in the 200 free in 1:48.67. All-American honors went to Bob Reinbold for having the tenth fastest time in the nation in the 100 backstroke. He also received honorable mention in the 200 individual medley. 128 س ل سس س ل س س س M rw mt o M ——‏ س ہد RESULTS AT STATE MEET Place Swimmer Dexter MacBride Robert Reinbold Reinbold, Dan ‘Fitzgerald, Jim Moldenhauer, Jim Scholten MacBride . ` Reinbold. Todd Miller Tom Bliss, Gary Haupt, MacBride, Miller Bliss .. 9 Jim Moldenhauer swam butterfly to help Ist lst 2nd 2nd 2nd oth 2nd Event Time 100 Free :48.9 100 Back :55.2 200 Medley 1:43.6 Relay 200 Free 1:48.6 200 IM 2:02.7 2:10.0 400 Free Medley 3:21.2 " 22.8 54.6 E " 1 | the medley relay finish second at state. مله 2خ CO‏ SWIM TEARM—FRONT: Bill Crawford. Jeff McRoberts, Gary Haupt, Kurt Fischer, Toby Miller, Dan Fitzgerald, Todd Miller; SECOND: Tom Huisman, Kim Brayton, Bob Bledsoe, Larry Voelker, Jim Scholton, Jim Moldenhauer, Lee Donaldson; BACK: Daye Barnes, Randy Wedin, Craig Hanway, Dexter MacBride, Bob Reinbold, Tom Dexter MacBride churns through the water on his way to a state championship in the 100 free. BCoach Mike Wittmer accepts an award for being named Coach of the Year by his fellow mentors. . ا‎ ر‎ 0000 Ay کے را‎ E 21 م .و رر‎ hg ہی‎ TATT ات‎ z iy I. 7 7 ? Z i = ; A‏ | ا 7 LTP‏ ا ا Cre d - a - — mU 7 7 Bliss, Bob Sprowell. ۱ ۱ | | Larry Peterson begins his leg of the 440 relay after a good exchange from Mare Sakamoto AL | 1 1 1 ML + 6 TA ! 1 M ا " ‎ | 1t J } " n ray Showing the form that vaults a person to a state championship (left), trackman Kent Anderson 2 clears the bar. In another field event, teammate © Jim Moldenhauer (above) launches the discus. © e‏ کے Marshalltown placed second with 1 points, | Track starts slow, gains momentum - -— ee NR v oo ay Ames High's 1972 track team” worked to put together a winning seasoggrafter minor losses early in the year, the tq@@kmen came back to win the (Marshalltown) Bobcat Relays, the Ames Invitational, Hi Covey Relays, District, Big Eight, and finally, State titles. At the Hi Covey Relays, Dan Wierson set a new state record of 18.8 seconds in the 180 yard low hurdles. His success set the pace as the Ames team ran to victory with 123 points. Two records were set bywthe Lite " Cyclor سح سس Making it look easy is one of the accomplishments of Dan Wierson; another is setting a state record of 18.8 in the 180 yard low hurdles. Weariness from the race’s long minutes is reflected in the face of Paul Swenson. ar. RACK CHAMPS—FRONT: Larry Peterson, Dan Wierson, Larry Schneider, Scott Nichols, Mike Wheelock, Steve Grover, Tom Lockhart, ave Winton, Brian Anderson, Steve Buck, Mark Grover, Bill Bachman; SECOND: Jim Moldenhauer, Paul Swenson, Steve Netcott, ick Bailey, Paul Schuette, Craig Cole, Marc Sakamoto, Jim Packer, Randy Taylor, Dave Fitz, Dean Dass, Doug Bogenrief, Craig Cummings, Ray Thomson; BACK: Head Coach John Sletten, Coach Cecil Spatcher, Coach Jim Duea, Tom Richert, Jeff Schoeneman, Kent Anderson, Kyle Williams, Bob Reinbold, Bob Thorbecke, Larry Wearth, Jim Gammon, Coach Bob Impecoven, Coach Bob Campbell. YOO 131 = m c 3 1 1 t 3‏ یو e-i Cu de E اسح عض‎ am) ہے‎ Drum meo و‎ —u si. agn, go Dan Wierson rounds the bend of the 180 low hurdles on the inside lane on way to a state meet victory with a time of 19.7 seconds. - Two records help track team take state meet—again " It is kinda nice to have it two years in a TOW, beamed Coach John Sletten after the meet. The Little Cyclone track squad had just won the lowa Class AA track and field meet again. It was the thirteenth time since the instigation of the championship that Ames had taken the title. The meet, held in Cedar Rapids, had three records set or tied, two by the Little Cyclones. The Ames 440 yard relay unit tied the existing meet record of 42.5 seconds twice — once in their preliminary heat and once in the finals heat. Their time was just two-tenths off the all-time Iowa record set in 1948 by Des Moines North. In the pole vault, Kent Anderson sailed 14 feet 614 inches to set a new state meet record, and a school record, too. Ames had another state champion. Dan Wierson did a 19.7 second 180 low hurdles to win his event. But the championship was, in the words of a team member, “a team title. The whole team won it. " “Victory is ours!” The team goes berserk with joy as the P. A. announces Ames’ championship. 2 ffe ES " 48 T, duy cm Taking baton from Brian Anderson, Dan Wierson flys to a 440 relay win. STATE MEET HONOR ROLL 3rd Sth 3rd Sth 3rd Jeff Schoeneman Dan Wierson Dan Wierson Marc Sakamoto Steve Netcott Mike Wheelock Steve Grover Jim Packer Kent Anderson Marc Sakamoto Larry Peterson Brian Anderson Jeff Schoeneman Dan Wierson Marc Sakamoto Larry Peterson Brian Anderson Dan Wierson Eric Bogenrief Bob Thorbecke Paul Swenson Steve Netcott Tom Lockhart High Jump Long Jump 120 High Hurdles 100 Yard Dash 2 Mile Relay Pole Vault 880 Relay 180 Low Hurdles 440 Relay Mile Relay Team Captain " EI OS ٠ £z CERDO EC The bre mile relüv teant-and 5 5 0 team cupain Tom Loékhart— Lon warm up قد‎ elenl “phere Hey helped capture the state Class AA gille. | 0 ane " amc — — مد رر ص‎ llli a —— o M Li i 1 أو e e 1 . e 7‏ مال فى tet‏ E uw‏ PF tw CANNE‏ , ٦ 4 E E b‏ wes pig‏ جا M‏ After soaring 14'614 " , state champ pole vaulter Kent Anderson relaxes on the victery stand. Taking his place on the victory stand, Little Cyclone Dan Wierson is named Iowa 180 yard low hurdles champion. 133 Xu AT ZU - 3 تع : course.‏ ]ا50 ebd» TETE: € 0 07 90 تن رف £ لا E Ant‏ 2 ئ) ن Golfers record 9-4 mark; finish 2nd in conterence meet The Ames High golf team like all golfers had its ups and downs. The golfers had a 9-4 dual season record behind the strong play of the three lettermen Dave Sprowell, Matt Sexton and Pat Sexton. One of the brighter points of this years’ team was the second place finish in the Big 8 conference meet behind West Waterloo. The golters also won the sectional golf meet before linishing the season with a third place finish in the district meet which included eventual state winner West Waterloo. The golfer with the best average this year was Matt Sexton with 38.1 strokes per round. Pat sexton and Dave Sprowell were the point leaders tor the golfers Battling high winds and low temperatures Kim Wass numbly tries to qualify for the Ames golf team. Al Larson and friends try to locate his golf ball which wandered into the woods at Iowa State's د س SS‏ ——— ES Q——um— —nÀ ES r Sel Stroking the ball in for a birdie putt, golfer Matt a d Sexton picks up another stroke towards victory. Pat Sexton blasts out of the trap on hole number 18 at the university golf course to salvage a par. BW» " of L 2 2 لات‎ X " I xa M ow UN Deest: X Ato. rA L4 rth Ta ١ 7ط‎ E CN o TS APS Yi cw? | 6 ہچ ٭ سا z‏ اک ای a‏ لد قد یں M ` ا‎ e 3 7 E + . ٢ “ge B 71 E a , .‏ لئ لے 3 5 5 - $ i Ta 0 EL ۰ I ۲ 0 € " | 0 s ٦ A ‘ew 4 NN حا و‎ 4 . ١ A A Wu r 3 =y 0 ۵ 7ے‎ ad 3 0 7 ٦ 1 سس‎ 5 y ١ يم‎ J= " ال‎ ۸ UE به‎ we J , 1 LJ 3 m 7. NE ج‎ " » i r 1 C LI. " m Pr سے‎ " e ' m تج‎ 5 k 2 = b c " L 1 8 = ۲ e ù 2 2 x IAN ٠ post A 1 ON o WT و " !دان ` و‎ We رم اھ‎ m ا سرد رمي‎ “ yena سا چا‎ = wees Pc at MR کو‎ a | x : 4 " s انا لما‎ y 5 0 i” 9 41 " " b م‎ 1 0 t m 0 ٠ - — à ۲ - a ۹ r ' مد مم‎ Ph i 7 4 NS ‘ 9 . A s. aJ + dm 5 n” i» t ٠ hs 1 ae و‎ - E 3 . v, x t 1 Mox " a 1 n p ,ہیں‎ , 1 - ۲ 1 S " - » a ہے‎ , ٠ v 0 Y , IER S pr تی‎ N یں ا اك‎ ul, رم‎ t. FERES n BASS, - T " a 4 3 بی جا 0 چنا‎ NE us : 4 2 in پک‎ a ao 2 d - | yag 5 A vė 21 ofa 2] i Pw " ۳ 1 . A4 4 007 ' ` ٠ بج ہہ مہ ینہ‎ GOLF TEAM—FRONT: Kim Wass, Mark Donaldson, Ben Duvall, Andy Morton, Tim Sullivan, Ed Hendrickson, J. D. Kuehl, Chris D i . 1 1 ہم‎ . i ex Aark Lagomarcino, Mark Allen; BACK: Lee Donaldson, Al Larson, John Tysseling, Pat Sexton, Dave Sprowell, Matt Sexton, Randy Larson, Craig Woodard, Mr. Duvall. 135 Ingraham, Larry Voelker. | E Underclassmen lead young tennis squad With only two returning lettermen, the Hmes High 1972 tennis team recorded a modest 5-6 record. The team was by far the youngest team at AHS with eight underclassmen in the top ten. Hfter losing their first three meets to New- ton, Valley and Roosevelt, they turned around to beat Boone 9-0 and Lincoln of Des Moines 6-3. This was the first Ames team to ever beat Lincoln at tennis. The tennis team finished sec- ond to Roosevelt in the Marshalltown Doubles Invitational with the second place finish of Dave Barnes and Larry Katz. The team also placed fifth in the conference meet with Pete Barcus capturing second place. Barcus was the lone Little Cyclone to advance through district play and on to the state tournament. TENNIS TERM—FRONT: Mike Gardner, Dave Barnes, Pete Barcus, Stu Bremner, Bill Berger, Larry Katz; BACK: Phil Johnson, John ٦ Fredericksen, Vince Meador, Goga Bal, Bill Hotchkiss, Jim Swan, John Zmolek, Greg Nelson, Bob Bartels, Ashok Nariboli, Dave ٦ ١ ١ Number-one man on the Ames tennis team, Pete Barcus, shows his swing form at the moment of impact which helped him to win many of his matches this year. Junior Bill Berger, number-two man on the team, throws his body back across the baseline to return his opponent's shot in a match at Brookside. 137 New varsity coach; young squad leads way for Ames High Dave Posegate began his first season as coach of the Little Cyclone Baseball team this year. With the help of nine returning lettermen, Posegate introduced a new style of play to Ames. but an old style to the world of baseball. The team produced a lot of excitement with their wild base running, squeeze plays, and hit and runs. For the first time in many years, a ninth grader by the name of Greg Foell played regularly for Ames with sophomore Ev Cochrane also seeing a lot of action. At the time of publication, the team had a record of 11-14 for the season and were pre- paring for tournament play. Leading the team in all departments except stolen bases, was senior pitcher Dave Carlson. Carlson, Gary Grindeland and Terry Carroll were supplying most of the mound power for the Little Cyclones. 1972 Ames High Varsity Baseball team members: King Block, Dave Carlson, Nic Classick, Pete Anderson, Terry Carroll, Greg Foell; Scott Kenyon, Barry Best, Gary Grindeland, Larry Mullica, Rick Schmidt. Jeff Meyers, Mark Berth- elson. Marc Sakamoto, Mike Tryon, ۱ Ev Cochrane. 1972 Ames High Rookie Baseball team members: Kent Julius, Jon Stalheim, Jeff Keller, Kevin Fergeson, Jack Petersen, oA onze Ted Riggs, Sam Lewis, Steve Jeffrey, is 7 Tut. | Don Finnegan, Randy Wedin, Kirk MAT ای‎ cox SH TN Farrar, Bob Schmidt, Steve Schultz, ty. Le SER Danny McClean, Steve Schneider. ut ہے :قب 1 la we c " ا‎ Vw A ہے‎ 5 —-— e . —SÜá Junior catcher King Block directs all his attention to the flight of the ` ball as he readies to give it a ride out of the Boone ball park. 138 - —M s À ھت س سے‎ — ——— — —M — e — —— —— HRá——— —— B— ۸ ——— |AÜD—— ا‎ Á—— UR سسسسست۔‎ Team leader Dave Carlson loses his race to the plate as the ball speeds by him to the waiting hands of the West Waterloo catcher who places the tag on him. Moved up to coach the varsity after being the junior varsity coach for two years, Dave Posegate shows excitement at the start of an Ames rally. " d x vd 2 c E f ‏ پچ و 7 سے r " ak f i WU mv E‏ o‏ اچ بسو ا ایوا y نگڈر‎ á - " 0 ١ i " 8 À " AT , M ۹ i a F ' 5 TA d ۰ d ? t «b+ (4 Aa et em C ` A 00 0 EN d. y B J M M 1 ww. 1 P | ۱ A 751 2 ۰ nd f; ٣ 5 پ دس‎ ١ جم 5 $ يم‎ e 1 سر نک " 9 Ce ex - ge ee n + دعب‎ p. T ! ‘ese 3 1 Te- 0 E B 3 ۔ اص‎ r we وس‎ = Se TT qos q ` ۰ - n ۰‏ ہہ چیم JM ar rer ae Ne 7 E AS ei. m b a ur سے نیس ھا وب‎ ape pep rmn. dino! o ees ع وف پت‎ any (Gne ا جيهي حا جع مم‎ - " 1 وس‎ e . حم‎ wide de e i مله ت‎ Ls سس لو ا‎ 51 Ipe ” P a “en 7 3 لی‎ i ۱ - « ہیں لے‎ A Little Cyclone teammates Pete Anderson and Nic Classick close in on a Mason City runner caught leaning too far off first base. “SS Reaching back for a little extra, pitcher Dave Carlson shows the form he used to post the lowest Earned Run Average on the team. Y P odi mini Nun " Ee Le c—Raewa اعم‎ ضضض T‏ تھا ۷ " ۵0۸0۷۷۰۸۳۴ FIR 0 uA‏ کہہے Concern shows on Deb Carlson's face as she watches Jane Weber prepare to tee off. Both girls were regulars during the season. 5 » ل‎ e M ۹ = 5 EA ہےر‎ n J. (JE ہے‎ ۹ s . Xx A , 2 ئا‎ 3ھ‎ »© م MU.‏ Po. AHS girls: running, swimming, golfing Swimming and golf were the only interscholas- tic sports open to girls other than gymnastics; however, track was active on an intramural basis. The swimmers had a short season this year. There were no dual meets and the first time the team of four girls had a chance to swim was in the district meet. Barb Mahlstede went on to state to capture third place finishes in both the 200 and 400 yard freestyle. Also in state competition Esther Wright won fifth place in the 100 yard backstroke and Cindi Clark took eleventh place in the 400 yard freestyle. In their third season the girls’ golf team placed third in the sectional meet and seventh in the district meet. Twelve girls qualified by low score on nine holes for the five dual meets. Although they did not have a chance to com- pete, ten girls formed a track team which met most nights after school. They ran during one boys meet in between the boys’ events. Assist- ant boys’ track coaches, Jim Duea and Cecil opatcher helped the girls during workouts. GIRLS’ GOLF—Sue Overturf, Deb Carlson, Barb Mahlstede, Jane Weber, Sue Scott, Cindy Clendaniel, Kristie Fritsch, Jan Tuttle, Ann Self, Buffy Axtell, Julie Landon. 140 — — i —RI ل م‎ —— M M aH —X - rm —— س ل س 9 س ل ل سس‎ —— 2—— س ل‎ — MÀ س ل‎ 14] Junior Cindi Clark swims to eleventh place in the state 400 yard freestyle. Taking time to plan the workout for the day are Missy Hartman, Trisha Savage, and Sue Seibert. All girls on the track team were juniors. v .- Í E ۹ 1 4 $ 1 9 . وحم : T (9! mt 1 ١ ١ " À‏ دوہوے وس E GIRLS SWIMMING—Barb Mahlstede, Esther Wright, Cindi Clark, Laurel MacBride.‏ es ےس سے‎ UNES wu co = = OWNER ور ہہ WEE‏ A high bounce off the head is one of the soccer skills George Eugene taught to more than thirty intramural soccer participants. J.V.'s win basketball; soccer added to intramural program organized play, " commented intramural spon- sor Keith Hilmer. Boys' intramural sports offered a chance to meet people in a non-academic level and an opportunity for many boys to have a good time. For the first time this year intramural soccer was in the program. About 35 students par- ticipated. Interest was particularly high among the school's foreign students, who were anxious to show their athletic ability. s we B 0 32 3 M E tn ry, PCS c Ed s. vr o م‎ ٠ " 37 program. About 45 boys turned out for the در ںہ | کی‎ O eer oe | tournament. Senior Kamyar Fattahi won the موس وا تو یمیا‎ 9-2: ey ظ‎ tournament by defeating sophomore Dan Scott. Bee ate سی‎ : l | | | | " School is not just work, and this is a type of | | | | | | | | | Ping-pong was also part of the intramural wo RU وص ہر ےہ‎ — M one. che os IS ne eee — MUN TL TL : : L e. mrs c ا‎ - nin A vam " . 0 Lr سم ا‎ a Md E ٢ ire اٹ کی‎ uy Es por Obs erp rs woe Probably the most popular program was bas- gl sk (12 10 OLEUM ketball. More than 150 boys joined teams to | TU GU wal 1 ے سر‎ STU تج‎ SENS nt elt try to become the intramural champions. Six all-senior teams and two mixed sophomore and junior teams formed for competition that began in December and ended in a March tourna- ment. The J.V.'s beat Reptilicus in the finals of the tournament, 63-53. - | Underclassmen teams were not allowed in the | tournament, but were a part of intramural play. ہے E‏ " - ۲۴ وص‎ “a ع‎ W RT, ifn ہے‎ A MA 2 Alert and ready to return anything his opponent hits to him, Ashok Nariboli plays in early round of intramural championship. Dressed in his Sunday best, Scott Kenyon pre- pares for another tough after-school basketball game. i DAULTON 138 XR = = GRIENER ١45 HOM op " Pm ہے‎ | GREENE 155 E VISITOR me کن وو رو و رگیو MCCAY‏ : 2 STUCKY (85 SATURDAY Jay py | ALDSOM 195 AT TAVERN? l jl M " E | 26 ; الج‎ i | | Tus un 5001 1:1 nr MS لد‎ 1 FOWLES WT AMES پا‎ | AIDA. . -- EA 4 " Shins " gather beneath the basket to wait and see if the “shirts ” Jeff Kuehl has added two points to his team's score. Vio. — 9 — a. a‏ ےچ سی Excitement and encouragement from the ft benches is abundant in another high scor- 9 | ing basketball game. x 7 143 Wave to the photographe and move on to Book Two to resume play of the Ames High School Game Index on page 252, Book Two. a? b 1 £ 7 mls. ٥سا‎ „m ۲ i € S یں‎ T M " HX IIS پر‎ Lr - 2 Tt Wa T s la " s. " i (t E wa. t ae PT ` ad- ۲ p ers DFG جک ا‎ ۱ -3 CR TS E ura y لمن‎ A TUS re ہے‎ Y eM J سح‎ Pam Pare... ; 1 A= Turc P ais 7 3 i “arr " eU. qM. 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Earn 25 points if you pay attention to the speeches! 1972 Spirit Book Two Volume 60 Ames High School Ames, lowa he AHS Game continues with Book Two, a Seference book of facts and faces. 7 :م‎ " s.d P944 , P uu £ A Book [wo CUNG Un 2 T UARN 2 - ` s - - 5 p.” 4 سے‎ va 4 T —— —— E ۰ . ` ff F Í ap bd P 1 rrp? rete’. ۱ m ontents fl -iu à EM : 7 3 A. ١ TPs L " e M poaae ' ١ ۱ (0 ۲ج او دن يه‎ xA. م‎ T یہ s " ‏ | یی سے ںپ سے سو و SINT‏ و وو وت S‏ - سر‎ P 5 F » وه‎ E ہر‎ » CN a” x y f. P . 7 p Vn » » 7 d T ۹ af + " e x 5 3 , : مم‎ rs 7 1 A b. » " a ' Af Ag " sem, , » " 2s 1 - € 7 ١ " ١ " Mw ” b M ۰ - s 7 vY " v " x st ' E 7 5 واه‎ © To " و۷۶‎ ٦ ۱ ١ 2 H ) f , à 7 1 T‏ - = س ص A di 205 ۱ کا کے‎ ppendixes...205 e Se it Index...252 | . E roar‏ == مے ودرا رج۔۔ ۔ کہ | More game...260 0ا‎ LEO + F Faces— Shouting. It is the common won- der of all men now among so many mil- G | ١ ED | اا‎ cheering. lions of faces, there E as c TE ae | should be none alike. EB . WMV és IA - whooping —Sir Thomas B EN و‎ E rowne COR Ae at a football game. Religio Medici ||| Turn the page and find out about who runs Ames High, the first part of the Faces game. Pressure breaks your teacher... She runs off to join the Mickey Mouse Club. Starry-eyed and awestruck at a basketball game. 147 : ۱ ۱ t a‏ مس عه T Giving his presentation on the financial crisis of Ames schools, Mr. David Moorhead speaks to Ames Highs faculty. ee Financial crisis greets Moorhead, new superintendent Mr. David Moorhead became superintendent of Ames schools last year after Mr. Walter Hetzel retired in June, 1971. Mr. Moorhead had been assistant superintendent. The new superintendent faced an acute finan- cial crisis, resulting from the passage in 1971 of a state bill limiting state financial aid. The average per pupil cost was set at $920 and permissible increases in school budgets de- pended upon a rise in enrollment. Since the Ames per pupil cost was higher than the state figure and enrollment had leveled off, the school district had to seek ways to cut current expenditures. However, work continued on Ames High's new fine arts wing, expected to be completed and ready for use in the fall of ‘72. - " م7۸‎ , P s DP a ای ا‎ y. 8 ST s 1 MP راس مر‎ wee Sate ie وا‎ tre | tee " = y CHOOL BOARD: SEATED—Mr. B. F. Vandeventer, Mr. Ron Stromen, Dr. Lawrence Burkhart, Dr. Harold McNabb, Mrs. Ruth Hamilton. STANDING—Dr. Richard Herrnstadt, Mr. David Moorhead, Mr. Bob Zack, Mr. Joe Stratton. Y EC e x Js ter کہ‎ i i : v. . , A 5 5 ] 0 E A ١ ۲ 8 a. : i ٠ :À s ooa ' " e 4 0) , F1 » . E. Ar n , 2 2 d 0ں‎ v 5 " 4 AU T i : 0 0 d , à m Pow =) d 1 " “a ١ ib; á " " 1 | 4 0 4 T P i . ۴ را‎ act SEES Bis teats occ E | — DI وس حل OO‏ Assisting the Tutoring Service Committee of Barbi Kestel, Buffy Axtel and Pam Rasmussen, Mr. Dale Tramp helps in bringing students and tutors together during study halls. کی Mr. William C. Ripp shows ACT scores to Mr. Ron Stromen, a new board member. L: ١ | 2 31: 3 E wm اث مهس‎ — e 1 i 5 = b e A um صسوف:‎ en 4 m y ٠ 9 Touring the new fine arts wing, Mr. Everett Ritland and Dr. Ralph Farrar are shown the sometimes “disorderly” con- struction work, which continued throughout the '71-72 school year. 149 11 join staff; ‘wardens’ added; Mrs. Crane retires Eleven new staff members were added in 1971- 72. Five new teachers joined the Social Studies, Spanish, Home Economics, Art and Vocal Music Departments. Also added as teacher associates were Mr. Jeff Whiton, Mr. Ron Beymer and Mr. Mike Breon. Mr. Breon assisted in the science department, and when Jeff and Ron werent attending classes at Iowa State University they served as wardens,’ super- vising senior lounge and cateteria. í 1 . 0 a 0 و ٭‎ , 1 6 هر‎ ' 5 - P « 1 ' 4 ١ j ] " ١ ‘ i 4 d ٠ ۱ ۲ 4 4 + 7 . ۲ LA E € 1 بن‎ 0 4 ص‎ 4 LJ 1 AN نو‎ : ١ a ۹ BE { وو‎ 7 ۰ 4 6 0 B B 5 n i ١ 0 3 E f ALT و‎ — €i x ا ل‎ $ f 7 0 r 0 2 , ۱ f . a LI i 0 ! 1 ! t " , 0 This was Mrs. Jean Crane's last year at Ames High. “The science staff has been wonderful and if not for all the things I want to do, I wouldn't leave them, " explained Mrs. Crane. She has taught Physics for the past nine years at Ames High School. Next year Mrs. Crane plans to enlarge her home in Colorado and live there full time. She will then have time to enjoy ceramics and art. Getting ready for an experiment, Mrs. Jean Crane assembles the necessary equipment for one of her physics classes. Go read your favorite Get stuck comic in the teachers in the mud 0 pu Attend a " rap session | of the with students. lounge. While you re teachers' there, indulge in a parking cookie. lot. Jump ahead 3 spaces. 150 STAFF | MR, DARRILL ABEL: Distributive Practices; DECA Sponsor. MR. BOB AMMANN: French 7, 8 MRS. PHYLLIS B. AUSTIN Survey of American Literature, Honors American Literature, American Literary Masterpieces; Scratch Pad Sponsor. MR. KEITH BAILEY: Physical Education; Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach. MRS. KAREN BASON: Physical Education; Sophomore Cheersquad Sponsor, Girls’ Gymnastic Club Sponsor, Girls’ Gymnastics Coach MRS. GRACE BAUSKE: Introduction to Journalism, Applied Journalism; WEB Sponsor MRS. E. DOROTHY BROWN: Librarian; Library Club Sponsor MR. WILBUR BUSS: German 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, American History B; German Club Sponsor. MRS. ESTHER BUTTREY: Accounting 1, 2, Typing !, 2; Awards Committee Sponsor. MRS. PAULINE CALDWELL: General Treasurer, Secretary. MR. ROBERT CAMPBELL: Driver Education; Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach MRS. LOIS E. CARR: Attendance Secretary, Secretary to Mr. Ritland. MR. HI COVEY: Study Hall Supervisor. MRS. JEAN CRANE: PSSC Physics. MR. JAMES DUEB: Government, American History; Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach. MRS. KATHY DUNLAP: Spanish 1, 2, 7, 8. MR. GEORGE R. DUVALL: Algebra 3, 4; Head Basketball Coach, Head Golf Coach MR. BILL ENQUIST: American Government, Sociology; Election Committee. MR. DON FAAS Coordinator of the Trade and Industrial Coop Program, Health Occupations Program Coordinator, Industrial Arts Department Head; VICA Sponsor. MRS. SHARON L. FALCK: Boys’ Foods. DR. RALPH FARRAR: Principal. MRS. DAISY FLACK: Secretary. MR. DAVID FLEMING: Counselor; Student Council Sponsor. MR. JOHN FORSSMAN: English 10, World Literature, Humanities. STAFF 151 Mr. Ray Smalling sits and ponders the issues Spirit runs high at Homecoming. Coach Johnson adds presented at the assembly during Drug Awareness Week. 1 È GAS oa‏ ۽ Mien‏ G جز رر‎ m AT MRS. ANN FRYAR: Secretary. MR. MERLE GARMAN: Business Law, Consumer Economics, Typing 2, Business Organization. MRS. AVONELLE KAY GARRETT: sociology, American History, counselor. MRS JANE GILBERT: English Literature, Survey of American Literature, Perspectives in Literature, Mass Media. MR. JACK GILBERTSON: Theatre Arts, Drama Activities, Communica- tions Workshop, Perspectives In Literature; assistant drama director. MISS DOROTHY J. GUGEL: Humanities, Printmaking and Commercial Design, Individual Study, Drawing; Art Club sponsor, Junior Class sponsor. f MRS. JEAN HAGERT: Introduction to Studio, Drawing. MR. WAYNE A. HANSEN: Communications Workshop, Perspectives In Literature, Discussion and Argumentation, Theater Arts, Drama Activities; director of drama MRS. MARILYN HANSON: Geometry |, 2, Intermediate Algebra, Applied Math; Girls’ Service Committee sponsor, mathematics department head. MR. KENNETH A. HARTMAN: Chemistry A, Physical Science. MRS. JEAN HASSEBROCK: Housing and Home Furnishing, Child Development, Textiles and Clothing 1, 2. MR. ROBERT HEIBERGER: Driver Education; assistant swimming coach, girls golf coach. MRS. ISABEL HENDRICKSON: Library IMC supervisor. MR. DOYLE HERRIG: Auto Mechanics. MR. DALE HIEDEMAN: Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry. MR. KEITH HILMER: Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, Honors Algebra 3, 4 MRS. ANNA MAE HUFFER: Secretary to Mrs. Brown. MR. DENNIS HURD: Reading, Individual Perspectives in Literature. MR. BOB IMPECOVEN: Geometry |, 2; assistant wrestling coach, assistant track coach. MRS. ANNE JACOBSON: Physical Education, Modern Dance; Modern Dance Club, Performing Dance Group, Synchronettes. STAFF 153 his bit by stringing up a Wahawk. c— ERA I ww asma " PER Ed‏ سی A ACE CD‏ سے MR. PHIL JOHNSON: Geometry, Algebra 3, 4; head football coach, head tennis coach. MR. JAMES E. JONES: Physics A. MR. TOM JORGENSEN: Sociology, American History; assistant basketball coach, assistant baseball coach. MRS. RUTH KALDOR: Teacher associate. MRS. JEAN KLEINSCHMIDT: Survey of American Literature, Hmerican Literary Masterpieces, Perspectives in Literature, Indv. Perspectives in Literature. MR. RON KUHNLE: Introduction to Studio, Sculpture, Painting; Art Club sponsor. MRS. SIGFRID LYBECK: English 10, Latin 1; Latin Club sponsor, assistant Girls’ Service Club sponsor. MR. GEORGE MacBRIDE: Audio-Visual Coordinator; Assembly Committee sponsor, Instructional Media. MR. RICHARD McCOY: Music Theory; Orchestra director. MISS MARY McNALLY: Counselor; Welcoming Committee sponsor. MRS. CAROLYN MAXON: Counselor. MR. JACK MENDENHALL: Physical Education; head wrestling coach, assistant football coach. — mE ee n a سے‎ n —ÀÁ س‎ X-‏ ا می متا ہے دیج ہی ناج v cha LES ظط‎ ` رڈ‎ جم‎ g " soc IM nel woe MS “And now, my dear people, " begins Herr Wilbur Buss, as Using the facilities of the IMC, Mr. Richard McCoy he frequently remarks during his German classes. concentrates on one of his musical selections. | 154 STAFF With students signing lunch passes and making announcements, the front office is a place of continuous confusion. MRS. ANNE MOLLET: Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club sponsor. MR. KENNETH E. NOREM: Counselor, evening school coordinator. MR. PAUL D. OLSAN: General Metals, Electricity. MR. KENNETH E. PAGE: American Government, Economics; assistant boys’ intramural sponsor. MR. DAVID POSEGATE: Driver Education; head baseball coach, head sophomore basketball coach. MRS. MARY S. RENO: Honors English 10, English 10. MR. WILLIAM C. RIPP: Director of Guidance; Senior Class sponsor. MR. EVERETT G. RITLAND: Vice-Principal; assistant Student Council sponsor. MRS. ANNETTE M. ROWLEY: English 10. MRS. DONNA FAE SCHEPERS: Adult Living, Foods and Nutrition 1, Z, Textiles and Clothing 2 MR. RICHARD W. SCHNEIDER: American History. MR. MARVIN R. SCOTT: World History, American History; debate team coach, Model United Nations sponsor. MRS. ROSEMARY SHERMAN: Guidance secretary. MR. JOHN SLETTEN: Introduction to Journalism, Creative writing, Mass Media; head track coach, head cross-country coach. MR. RAY SMALLING: Director of athletics, director of physical education, counselor. MRS. MONA SMITH: Creative Writing, World Literature, English 10; Scratch Pad co-sponsor. STAFF 155 —À——À —— a)‏ سمسے۔۔ یہ ۔ P — =‏ سال ——À MÀ‏ ے۔ہ = کے ست Á—‏ ہے —— Showing off his new son, Mr. Dennis Hurd helps Mike open a present at the Christmas party. Creatively decorating the English bulletin board, Mr. John Sletten is aided by Mrs. Jean Kleinschmidt. A. A =- Pe اسم‎ — À eaan CE A " . ' A ? ri » AN 3 0 ۹ iy‏ کک و 7 Hat‏ a MRS. SUSAN SNELL: A Cappella Choir, Sophomore Mixed Chorus, Junior-Senior Girls Pops Choirs. MR. CECIL SPATCHER: Biology; assistant winter ‘and spring track coach. MR. ROGER L. SPRATT: Biology MRS. ANN STOKKA: Resource secretary. MR. EDWIN STONE: Advanced Technical Drafting, Technical Drafting, Mechanical Drafting, Electronics; Key Club sponsor. MR. FLOYD STURTEVANT: Chemistry B. MR. JERROLD SWENSON: Woodworking. MRS. JUDY SWITZER: Physical Education; Cheersquad sponsor, Drill Team sponsor, Pep Club sponsor. MRS. MARY THOMAS: Secretary. MRS. PENNY TIFFANY: School nurse; Drug Committee sponsor. MR. DALE TRAMP: Counselor; Newcomers Club sponsor, Student Tutoring Service sponsor, sophomore football coach. MR. MILTON A. TREXEL: Director of instrumental music, director of high school bands. 156 STAFF MR. RICHARD F. TRUMP: Biology, Ecology Seminar. MRS. LINDA K. VANCE: Shorthand 1, 2, Business Machines, Typing 1, 3, Business Machines mini course, Typing 1 mini course. MRS. DOROTHY ۷۱۱۱8۰: French 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; French Club sponsor. MRS. AURILLA P. VEGORS: Library IMC supervisor. MRS. BARBARA H. WARD: Advanced Standing Senior English, Developmental Reading; SPIRIT advisor. MRS. SHRRON WEAVER: Typing 1, 2, Work Study Typing, Business Math. MRS. LOUISE WHELCHEL: special Education. MR. RICHARD C. WHITE: Honors American History, Anthropology, Humanities; Theology Club sponsor, YFU sponsor. MRS. ROSE WILCOX: Office Education Related Class, coordinator of Office Education and Cadet Teaching; Office Education Club sponsor. MR. CHARLES WINDSOR: Algebra 1, 2, 3, 4, Geometry. MR. MIKE WITTMER: Physical Education; head boys and girls swimming coach. MR. WALTER H. WOOD: Algebra 1, 2, 3, 4, Calculus. Through rain, hail, sleet and snow, Mr. Marvin Scott can be seen jogging to and from AHS. 157 STRFF Sophomores top grade average; spring orientation With more than 440 students, the sophomore class was the largest of Ames High's three classes. The Guidance Department reported that sophomores had the best grade average in the history of the school as well, with a median of 2.66. Spring orientation, while the sophomores were still ninth graders, helped relieve first-day anxiety. “I think it was more successful than ever because it was held on schooltime and attendance was required, commented Mr. William C. Ripp, head of guidance. Big Sis-Little Sis presents and notes kept soph- omore girls in a state of suspense until the " Discovery Night " banquet, held early in Nov- ember. This year an all-school style show helped boys as well as girls cope with the social scene. Sophomo res participated in many activities, including sports, drama casts and crews, de- bate, Student Council, and a host of commit- tees. There were always classes, study centers and the cafeteria. Some lucky sophomores even got to leave early, under the new modified open campus concept. Emaciated Dave Pohm keeps an eye on the scale | as he weighs in before a wrestling meet. | DR ہے‎ en 4 A اي‎ " - " aL - x gm te E v 5 = ۱ Take time $ Spend your first day to tour 7 . at high school the school. ٦ trying to see Lose 1 turn. your counselor. LIE m f , 158 SOPHOMORES Melanie Abbott Dave Abraham Andy Abrahamsen Beth Agard Gary Albertson Kevin Allen Mark Allen Paula Allison Ben Anderson Candy Anderson Donna Anderson Glenn Anderson Patricia Anderson Carol Arnold lim Asp Karen Bachman Dick Bailey Goga Bal Mark Barnett Brian Barnhart Mike Bartrull Cathy Beard Joy Becker Bruce Beckley Mark Beeman Jim Bell lim Benn Randa Berchtold Teresa Bergman Barb Best Mike Bittinger Debbie Blair Sue Bliss Eric Bogenriet Tanya Bogie Scot Boon Gary Bornmueller Mary Brady Mary Bran Ruth Bran Brian Braymen Larry Breer Judy Brink Diane Brown Janet Brown Jeff Brown Sherry Brown John Browning Diane Bruin Karin Bruin Brad Brunia Steve Buck Ruth Burkhalter Karen Burkhart Anne Burkholder Bill Burton Danielle Buss Dan Busse Craig Butler Howard Campbell John Campbell Suann Canute Mark Carlson Matt Carney SOPHOMORES 199 f i 0 Practice makes perfect and sophomore Linda 7 Deppe works for her first chair position in Concert Band | Kim Carr Jeff Carter Susan Chantland Chris Charles Mary Childs Tim Christensen Terry Christenson Rick Christian Valerie Christianson Samra Clark Steve Clark Marcella Clatt " ' ہسوسو سس‎ i " a T] ١ 7 Jerry Clemens Sharron Clemons Cindy Clendaniel Ev Cochrane Kit Collins Patti Conard Jennifer Cook Mike Cook Julie Corbett Jonathan Coupal Linda Cowles Sue Cox Julie Coy Pat Coyle John Craig Debby Crawford Randy Crom Mike Crowe Peter Crump John Cysewski Kim 17 Dean Dass Nancy Davies lim Davis Mark Davis Sheryl Davis Janet Davison 160 SOPHOMORES | Toting a tuba on a bike isn't easy, but John Friederich persists in riding his bike to and from school each day. ; a‘ x Am " o " , " a m T " ho Mr. - 1 ں۔-‎ 3 — E E e: à 3 " “ LL | ' 5 1 P : ۱ M 1 5 : 1 5 8 ir 1 OAM $ 3 M Jo Lynn DeFrancisco Mark DeKovic Sue Dennis Linda Deppe Sara Doak Dennis Dobson Roger Dolling Janis Donelson Greg Dougal Collin D'Silva Paula Dunham Mary Dunleavy Bev Dunster Jon Dupler Ben Duvall Anne Edwards leff Egeland Gary Ehrman Pam Ellinghausen Denny Elliott John Elliott Stan Elliott Nancy Engen Gordon Engstrom | i ۹ ss Pawn rer f ١ 00 we 71 i 2343 ? ںو‎ “tee SOPHOMORES 16) Kim Eschbach Steve Eshelman Mary Eugene Kirk Farrar Kris Fawcett Ken Ferguson Kevin Ferguson Rhonda Fields Don Finch Don Finnegan Kurt Fischer Barb Fleig Nadya Fouad Pam Fowles Susan Frazier Dave Frederick Kevin Frey John Friederich Kristie Fryar Jim Gammon Doug Gard Mike Gardner Bruce Gartin Sheau-huei Gee Jim Gerber Vicki Gilbert Tom Gleason Lindy Good Julie. Goodland Catherine Grant Joe Grant Gail Gray " One more 115 د‎ ro Sr ١ | iore drop ought to be just enough,’ remarks sophomore biology student Jim Loskeke to lab partner Paul Stone 162 SOPHOMORES Hour-and-a-half finals . . . . Sophomores, with elbows on their Kevin Green desks and heads propped by arms, concentrate on their test papers. Len Griffen Mark Grover Todd Gutmann Steve Hadwiger Rob Hagen John Hansen Paula Hansen Kathy Harmison Mark Hathaway Robin Haugland Andy Haviland [ohn Healey Sharon Heggen Ed Hendrickson Julie Hensley Jerry Herrick Vicky Hewitt Doug Hills Kim Hoerner Kevin Hott Kyle Hogan Steve Holdredge Ruth Hollenbach Elaine Homer Lynn Homer Mark Homer Kolette Hoskins Teri Hough Sandy Hubbert Steve Huston Richard Ingraham Dave Ingram Tony Irwin Angela Jackson Susan James Randi Jepsen Doug Johnson Jacci Johnson Karen Johnson Kim Johnson Kristie Johnson Leslie Johnson Dawn Jolly Kay Jones Roger Jones SOPHOMORES 163 Seniority bows to size—sophomores may not be allowed in the lounge, Pat Kavanagh Jeff Keller John Kellogg Ann Kelso Peter Kempthorne Denise Kepley Rich Ketcham Dale Kever Fazeela Khan Dave Knutson Jeff Knutson Linda Kolb Matt Koupal J. D. Kuehl Mike Kyle Lisa Ladd Mark Lagomarcino Dan Lambert Roger Landers Julie Landon Beth Lane Bridget Larson Julie Larson Sue Larson Gloria Lawson Sharon Lee Terry Lee Becky Lees Ron Leibold Sam Lewis Carey Lindsey Lori Link Ken Litchfield Steve Little Jeff Loots lim Loseke Deb Loupee Darlene Lowe Joel Lowman Monte Lutz 164 SOPHOMORES Louise Lyman Dexter MacBride Kyanne McCarley Sue McClugage Wayne McCoy Cheri McFarlane Len McGilliard Douglas McGinnis Les McKeown Scott McLaughlin Kevin McRoberts Rick McVeigh Barb Mahlstede Ken Malaby Kathy Marley Patsy Maroney Penny Martin Rod Mather Greg Matters : Bill Matthews ۳ David Maxon a Tom Meador ) Brad Meyer E Vicki Michel 5 Toby Miller Tim Moody Mike Moore Jim Moorhead David Morgan Robin Morgan Laura Morton Mary Muir Dave Murphy Nicky Nath eee‏ س ERST DIL pr کے پا 1 5 ا‎ IAT 7 7 ží pud T x E. 5 T P kat. PN - n 7 . 5 b y . 9 Julie Nelson Mark Newton Mary Noid Glenn Norton Craig Olsen Debbie Olson SOPHOMORES 165 Denise Olson Andy Orngard Mark Ostrem Sue Overturl Christie Palmer Drew Palmer Louisa Panagides [ohn Pantenburg Randy Parrish Chris Pejsha Kristine Pelz Mike Perrin Brian Perry luanita Peters lack Petersen David Peterson nn ieee Martha Peterson Rick Phillips t Steve Pier Russell Pinta am Plath Dave Pohm Daryl Popelka Susan Potter Charla Prange Cheryl Provow Cheryl Purvis Steve Ramsey Kathy Reece Dennis Reinsch Tom Richert Ron Ries Ted Riggs Bruce Robb Jennifer Roberts Aike Rolling Pam Rose Carol Rosheim Cindy Rutter Dave Samuel Mark Samuelson Christi Sand Audrey Sandvick Nancy Sassaman Ernest Schaelfer Kathy Schlunz Dave Schmalzried Bob Schmidt Steve Schneider Paul Schuette | Lynn Schultz | Dan Scott | Phil Seastrand Martin Secker Ann Self Shirley Farrell Silverthorn Nancy Sime | Terry Simmons | l Vickie Sims i} Mary Skarshaug [ Connie Smith F: Melba Smith Brian Snider Arlene Snook Doug Sorem Paula Sorenson Oz Soto Kathy Soukup Pam Spear Deb Spencer -e ماسرو‎ t — £2 See سے‎ ۲ ‘+ 7 £5 4 Em A ad SINS 50012 1 ل‎ LJ ue = Using her study hall time to the best advantage, sophomore Patsy Maroney finds time to take a break from her exhausting day at school. A tricky geometry assignment prompts Jenny Weiss to seek help from tutor Sara McCormack. SOPHOMORES 167 The drug assembly catches the undivided attention of Karen Johnson. Susan Springer Terry Squire Craig Staebler Neal Staggs Ion Stalheim Leslie Steenhard Susan Stephan Mary Stevens Steve Stokke Tracey Stoll Mark Stone Paul Stone Patty Strain Paula Strennen Dan Strodtman Sue Sullivan Ben Svec Jim Swan Brita Swenson Diane Swenson Phebe Tannous Mike Templeton Teresa Terrones Carla Tesdall Connie Theodosopoulos Holly Thies Betty Thompson Senter Timmons Buddy Towns Jenny Townsend Susan Trcka Jan Tuttle Nadia VanderGaast Mark Vanderheiden 168 SOPHOMORES Dale VanderWal Ken VanFossen Daniel Varga Mary Vestal Carla Vondra Allen Wagner 0 John Walker | Robin Warren | | Steve Wechsler 4 Gail Weigel E Tim Weigle [ Jenny Weiss Linda Welch Ellen Wessel Kim Weuve Chris Wheatley Donita Whitaker Rex Wiant Greg Wierson Paul Wilcox Dale Williams Kathi Williams Teri Wilson Tom Wilson Debbie Wolins Kevin Wood Marlene Woodley Mike Wren Esther Wright Lora York Peggy Young Lana Zellmer NOT PICTURED: Jerry Adams Ken Anderson Mark Anderson Cindy Dale Lynn Deaton Elaine Deschenes Nancy Deutsch Robert Francis Charles Hale Don Henderson Jeff Howerton Blanca Lopez Nancy McMillen Cheryl Nath Hon Peterson Dave Schoon Dennis Schoon The closing of the school year brings new and eager faces to sophomore orientation. SOPHOMORES 169 5 سے ۔ Juniors raise directory price, add advertising ee deo -— O 0 il م‎ o oo کے‎ M " NI - m 7 NE. LO IL ع بر پچ شس شش‎ LII ee Juniors faced up to their big money-making year with the usual variety of projects, plus a ouple of new ones. Innovations included sale f advertising for the student directory and sponsorship of horror movies. Price of the di- rectory also was raised from 50 to 75 cents. C 0 Traditional fund- raising affairs continued this year included chili suppers, pie sales, and Homecoming mum sales. Proceeds went to finance the annual Junior-Senior Prom in late May. Junior Exec officers were Terry Carroll, presi- dent; Kim Wass, vice president; JoAnn Shaughnessy, secretary; and Craig Hanway, treasurer. Mr. Merle Garman was the new sponsor this year. Will the real Cindy Larson stand up? School gets complicated when your name ts shared. Support your Junior Exec... buy a directory, a pie, a mum, some chili... B ex 3 " 4 E ۰ a we? fe رش ندم‎ 7 1 am 52005 Go to ALGEBRA... m rm " iz يه‎ حم بر ہے A‏ ۲ ` : ! - ‘ i 4 Ae d ١ -— , B فيد‎ ۸ i سے - ہس‎ 4 a re » - يميه‎ 5 - gw i» - t 35 y x ٦ ¥ . r l PA M m -A V کت‎ - ٠ - - 1 E . " ’ E - ہہ ۳ سد میں‎ - - . ي-‎ M L ۰ a 1 s د‎ , - - 2 5 a 3 1 حر‎ = . -— o ہے‎ a, , ديس " پچ‎ TS لضي‎ , y - if er. اس ریت‎ F Exc " Ar a: BE 2 Lr ر‎ e - n C نأك ۾ حا ہے‎ کہ à‏ m‏ , = S UE opts ا ہو‎ یھ Ss; E‏ اه 5 ٠ » 2 - . a ¢ a m ؟ سوہ‎ ےم 1 L L wes Mu CL ee. ا‎ 170 JUNIORS Gregg Allen Tom Aller Linda Allison Robert Amemiya Duane Anderson Glen Anderson Pam Anderson Gary Ash Barb Atkins Dennis Bailey gp Rick Balmer Pete Barcus [erry Barfknecht Mary Barnard Lynn Barrett Bob Bartels Phil Bartruff Allan Bates Mark Beattie Janet Beaty Mark Bell Patty Beneke Carolyn Bennett Roberta Berchtold Bill Berger Mark Berthelsen Barry Best Tracy Bittinger Bobbi Blantord Marlene Bleeker Valree Blewett King Block Doug Bogenrief Dorothy Bowen Dan Bowman Beth Boylan Becky Boyles Bruce Bradshaw Lynne Brady Kim Brayton Terry Breckenridge Patty Brekke Stu Bremner Marcia Brown Judy Brugger Bryon Brunkow Art Budolfson loe Bulman Sandy Bunce Dave Bunker steve Burgason Bill Burke Joan Burnet Karen Burns Dale Buttry Shari Byriel Jean Cafferty Phil Calderwood Mary Calhoun Jane Carlsen Mike Carlson sue Carlson Terry Carroll Dick Carter i JUNIORS 171 e aee co may, com, mca nbi — سسسے ہے‎ o A a Aere AA m D t e e qm T. e cp—— ai — Kathy Carter Holly Cassidy Bob Catus ue Cerwick Carol Chantland Karen Charlson Karen Christensen Ron Christenson Ian Church Cindi Clark Tracy Clark Candy Clinetelter Craig Cole Kat! 1y Coleman Mary Constantine Roz Corieri Shirley Couture Janet Coy Steve Craig Bill Crawford Carolyn Curry Scott Daulton Brad Davis Bruce Davis Craig Davis Debbie Day Bob Dean Mark Donaldson Mary Donhowe Lea Dorsey Ginger Doty Janet Dowell Dennis Dubberke Paul Durand Lyndl Eberhart Ann Ebert Suzanne Egeland Margaret Elbert Chris Ellis Mike Ellson So dele a‏ —— — چے Pa 4 ae‏ 7 9-.207. ) ) 3 m ہے‎ Sa Excitement reigns as President Terry Carroll talks over a plan with members at the Junior Exec. meeting. 172 JUNIORS Karen Engelstad Denise Epperly Cay Ernest Mike Eschbach Paul Eshelman Carol Farrington Jim Feyerabend Steve Fisher Dave Fitz Jill Folkmann Bob Francis John Frederiksen Nancy French Cathy Friederich Kristi Fritsch Dave Fullhart Sue Futrell Chris Gammack Sherry Gammon Rich Garrey Jean Gauger Sue Geist Doug Gerjets Martha Gigstad Donna Gilchrist Scott Gillette Gayle Glass Vayne Glass Sheila Glenn Kerry Goodwin Cindy Greene Ann Grindeland JUNIORS 173 Helping to publicize the chili supper, Junior Exec, representa- tive Lea Dorsey finds a spot for her sign for one of her posters. Scott E Taking time out at the Homecoming dance, f Daulion helps JoAnn pin on her mum, = M 5-5 T eiu — M. 1i 7 N n 3 5 نہ ج« مر لےسھ يه ات کی کے Working diligently, Sue Hart tries to complete her voca- tional research theme for American Literature. " M ہے‎ Paper airplanes temporarily grounded, the juniors take Gteve Grover Paula Grucza Claretta Gurganus Debbie Hagebock Joe Hagen Crys Hager! Dave Hakes Brian Halvorson Bruce Halvorson Bruce Hammond Dave Hanson Craig Hanway Sue Hart Missy Hartman Dave Hatch Tom Hatten lohn Hauser Jane Heggen Mike Hemingson Sue Herbert Laura Hermann Jeni Herrick Ellen Herrnstadt Sue Hiedeman 174 JUNIORS Jeff Hilton Kathy Hoff Terra Holland Craig Hoot Dave Hoover Sue Hopper Bill Hotchkiss | Virgil Houser | | | Jeff Howerton Tom Huisman Gordon Hutton Cindy Jacobson Dennis Jacobson Mike Jacobson Meg Jacobson Steve Janssen | Steve Jeffrey Ted Jeska Steve Johns Christy Johnson Lyn Johnson Randy Johnson Mark Jones John Jorstad Shelton Joseph Kent Julius Jerry Jutting Pat Kayser Jana Keller Jeff Kellogg Patty Kelton Maria Kemeny Barb Ketcham Dana Key Candy Kindermann Debby Kingsbury Jim Kinney Chris Kiser Jan Kiser Jackie Klas Rhonda Knight Richard Kniseley Dennis Knutson Greg Koerber Gabriele Koschorreck Mike LaFontaine DeAne Lagerquist Debbie Lande bf a l . gout some time to concentrate on their tests. ١ JUNIORS 175 , 1 E. a ec‏ لے oi è y -—E m ١ ى‎ وش ادن‎ 31 be n 0 Junior Exec. representative Bette Stuve displays the | cover of the student directory which she designed, DN TERN Eo m i Jerry Lane Patty Lariviere Anne Larson Barbe Larson Cindy Larson Cindy Larson Randy Larson Susan Lees Mary Lesan Mark Litchfield Brian Little Blan Lockhart Barb Loots David Loseke Janet Luing Deeya McClurkin Sara McCormack Jeff McCoy Scott McCoy Jeff McCullough Robin McCullough Cay McDonald Jim McElherne Carol McFarland Mike McIntire Flora McMartin Diana McMillen Rick McMillen Susan Malmquist Mike Maroney Kai Marten Deby Martin Rick Martin Jerry Matchett 176 JUNIORS Rick Maxwell Vince Meador Chuck Mehle Kevin Michel Marcia Millard John Miller Sue Milliken Tom Mischke Herman Moeller Ruth Montag LeeAnn Moore Marta Moore | LuAnn Moreland | Jon Morgan | Richard Morrison |] Andy Morton Corajayne Murray Carolyn Myers Chris Myers Barbara Nath Jan Ness Steve Netcott Nancy Newell Mary Mudd 1 I Mary Nichols Scott Nichols Sherri Nigh Norma Nims Beth Nissen Wayne Norman Pete Nutty Harry Oates Connie Oliver Jim Olson Mary Olson Ann Outka Jeff Owen James Packer Dave Parks Carol Patterson ET-TT T رجہ سپ‎ TY وسر‎ . r ہم‎ 1 " Á TEC مز تر[‎ m. = ١ - » [| ايم‎ nm: i NIOR EXEC —FRON ix loHnn Shau Anessy, Kim W Ass. Cr lig 110117717 [erry Carroll Mark Berthelsen; . a . eC 1 ptt : 1 m a ] سه‎ = : c " T f m x a " 9 و ہے‎ 7 - V A 0 - 8 Marguerite Sibley, Cerwick, Chris Ellis, Bette Stuve, Lea Dorsey, Barb Ketcham, Dave Warner; سے سپ‎ y mg » m L : ١ 3 ا ا‎ x 3 : ; Ct ! - L yee ale [17 12 A 0 rns : 8111 ue Schmidt, Maria Kemeny, Shelton Joseph Randy Wedin Mr. Merle Garma Smack that fly on the hypotenuse! Sophomore Dard Abraham directs juniors Kim Wass and Lyndl Eberhart ae‏ کی ہا E r‏ i adi TE. wv 5 F È “Passing the hat” in homeroom, King Block collects money from Doug Gerjets for the Appalachia drive. 0 J 3 e کا‎ p yut D EE ہے‎ Larry Paulsen Carol Peterson Mark Peterson Sue Peterson Grant Phipps Dennis Pinta Stephen Poisel David Popelka Toni Porath Cindy Powers Warren Purvis Randy Rasmussen Bob Read Mary Kay Reece Connie Reed Kathi Reed Bob Reinbold John Reinke Bob Richert Joe Riley Cheryl Ring Kathy Risch John Risse Leanne Robertson 178 JUNIORS [ill Robinson lett Romans Debbie Routh Mare Sakamoto Norma Sams Todd Sand Cindy Sansgaard Val Sather Cheryl Saul Trisha Savage Paul Schattauer Sue Schmidt Kandy Schminkey Frank Schneider Sally Scholten 7 Pam Schulte Steve Schultz Jeff Schwartz Karen Schwartz Sue Scott Cathy Seibert Sue Seibert Janet Seim Ned Shank Cindy Sharp JoAnn Shaughnessy Andy Shaw Cindee Shearer Grady Shelton Chickie Sibley Martha Simmons Cindi Sims Mark Skadberg Arne Skarshaug Tia Slater Scott Smith Daniel Snyder Jennifer Songer Larry Sorenson Beth Speer Pg Money, money, and more money! Junior Exec, treasurer Craig | 48 Hanway happily concentrates on stacking chili supper profits. —Á JUNIORS 179 func ee manca -- Hookah hookup exasperates Deeya McClurkin 4 she demonstrates her Pakistan water pipe Showing some of his slides from Italy, Arne Skarshaug points out a few interesting spots to the history class. 7 2 n L (1 evt k MD 1 11 UMS f. 2٤ 8 EX 07 T ' Vt ` ¥ O Dave Sprowell Rodney Stevenson Linda Stewart Beth Stone Cindy Strennen Jill Strike Greg Stritzel Bryan Stucky Sherry Stump Bette Stuve Tim Sullivan Stewart Swanson Mary Sweitzer Robin Switzer Vicki Tamashunas Randy Taylor Toni Terrones Chan Thomas John Thomas Bonnie Thompson Ray Thomson Bob Thorbecke Jean Tiffany Stan Troeh Cindy Tschetter Jim Ulmer Joyce Vanderwal Dave Vandewater Rosemary Vansice ry ' q -— P 1 Y Shirley Vansice 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 Greq Wenig Mike Wheelock Mike Wilder Chris Williams Dan Williams Clare Wilson Bruce Winburn Mike Wirkus Craig Woodard Ken Woodley Diana Wright Holly Young Bianca Zattarano John Zmolek NOT PICTURED: Jeff Bailey Robert Brown John Carlson Corey Cooper Tammy Culbertson Susan Henely Steve Hummel Craig Kitzman Randy Larson Jackie Latta Doug McGinnis Bruce Moreland Wayne Norman Mike Page Barb Pederson Neil Powers Kati Rozeboom Steve Schmalzried Darrell Silverthorn Dave Sturtevant Brian Van Den Bosh Randy Wildman JUNIORS 18] -— m t یمم وجہے۔‎ - e - = 2 firsts in ‘72: midyear graduation, cardinal red robes - -. Lc mmt جيم‎ 5 b " 1 . E F a r t = ١ M - s.s 5 LI " . ` 1 - 1 ۹ 2 P 5 1 [4 + v B y - oW " S J 4 d à - Graduation broke with two long established traditions at Ames High this year; for the first time a midyear graduation ceremony was held in January for 35 students, and the Senior Class chose cardinal red robes instead of the tradi- tional blue and white. The Senior Senate set the senior obligation at six dollars for those students who attended the senior picnic and at two dollars for those who didn't. The two dollars went toward graduation expenses. Once again, students could sell tickets to meet their senior obligation. The Senior Class Play this year was `The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie,” presented in April. Officers this year, under the supervision of Mr. William Ripp, were Pete Anderson, president; Paul Swenson, vice-president; Joan Waters, secretary; Marla Stritzel and Tammy Sondrol, co-treasurers. Senior Class President Pete Anderson pauses a few minutes to gaze into the future. If you can't identify the drawing at the left, skip your next turn to study chemistry. A stray junior wanders into the lounge..... Bellow for a “warden.” 182 SENIORS Eric Abbott Kathy Abraham Dave Alderman Brian Anderson Claire Anderson Kent Anderson | Pete Anderson Steve Anderson Debra Archer Jim Ash Mary Kay Atkins Lynn Augustine Buffy Axtell Bill Bachman Julie Baker Connie Ball Shivaun Ball Vicki Ball Sue Bappe Dave Barnes Karen Barnes Lowell Barnett Peggy Barr Sherri Battles Jacque Bell 1 SENIORS 183 Cheryl Bergeson Craig Bergeson Debby Black Bari Blanford Bob Bledsoe Tom Bliss Kathy Boon Marla Boylan Dario Bran Craig Braymen Lu Ann Brentnall Barb Brown Sheron Buchele Cathy Buck Susan Buck Jan Burchinal Karen Burke Holly Burkhalter Carla Burns Cameras lie -- the men's purse vogue didn’t hit AHS and that’s not Nate’s on the council table. 184 SENIORS Pat Burns Vicky Byers Connie Byriel Dennis Catierty Tami Cameron Agnes Carbrey Dave Carlson Deb Carlson Sue Case Mary Sue Catus Candace Charity Bev Chesterfield Bill Christensen Brian Christensen Deb Christianson SENIORS 185 E 2 A 1 + hd M ہم‎ wal, ےہ‎ ۱ : — Y 0 هن ممصا‎ " «cee P 29! 5-5 sr 4 s- Ln LE] D 3 ت ٠ | | Floyd Christofferson Barb Clark Bill Clark Don Clark Pam Clark Nic Classick Jacky Claus Teri Cleasby Jim Clemens Curt Cobb -. يفف . 4 ‘eu " T " par wer " toe» Af ego . b | 9 5 7-147 y he comme eme 1 : g ۳ ' 1 4 0 . 4ے(‎ 9 et le FF. ouv s ? L. Jl ee n سے‎ 1 1 l FL ? e dM " 71 bu او‎ Y rt 0 JI Sa me » ye TW of t ٠. | J s - " . ۴ پا‎ Wi و‎ r A: ا‎ a 6 - hm Jel, Bie v 2 027 | اب‎ Nae “What you see is what you get " cheers Laurann McGilliard at a pep assembly. | Members of the drill team anxiously await their half time performance at the basketball game. 186 SENIORS Nolan Compton Patty Conis Craig Coria Kim Corieri Jennifer Coupal Tom Couture Linda Crom Rhonda Crow Craig Cummings Cindy Dahl Christie Dailey Dick Davidson Linda Davidson Ken Davis Vicki Davis Ron Deal Alice DeKalb Mary Clare Denisen Mary DeReus Lee Donaldson Dan Doud Linda Dougal Deb Dunster Bruce Edwards Tom Ekberg SENIORS 187 y. j DACA ٹپ ےی‎ 0 ha ات‎ E T I (zs RT E m Ls REM y 4 2 8 p G :‏ ےس LS -‏ Lena Eklund Bill Elder Terry Emdia George Eugene Greg Evans Anne Ewing Alison Exner Kamyar Fattahi Theresa Finnegan Linda Fisher Mark Fisher Paul Fisher Dan Fitzgerald Dwight Flemmer Liz Flummerfelt Lance Foreman Mike Fowles Colleen Frakes Ulf Gatvert Determination and off-key notes are mirrored in the fa t 71 9 [ 188 SENIORS Bob Garland Janice Gauger Kathy Geist Bill Gerber Cindy Gerjets Cindy Good Joe Grabau Jane Graca Sarah Grant Mona Green Bruce Greene Ron Greiner Gary Grindeland Nanci Gutmann Patti Guy Mary Hadwiger Marcia Hagen Peggy Hall Mark Halvorson Joan Hannum LuBnn Hansen SENIORS 189 Mike Hapes Tim Hardy Debbie Harris Gary Haupt Carol Haynes Carol Healey Mary Healy Michele Heer Sharon Henely Jennifer Hensley Jim Hibner Jim Hicks Mary Highland Dave Hildebrand Steve Hildebrand جح ہے سے Et‏ بے VEF‏ » gu 7 uy I E Í i Elsie Hoff sandy Hoffman Cindy Holdredge Mike Holdren Sharon Holmes Kathy Holthaus Margaret Homer Mark Howerton George Huston Dennis Hutton 190 SENIORS David Ingraham Nancy Ingvoldstad Terri Irwin Connie [o Israel À oa‏ ہے E‏ a 5‏ Ruth Iten Norma Ito 1 " ۱ Holding up the backing for taking pictures, Hortense and Robin add to John Ulmer’s bad day. Nick Jackson Rose Jackson Judy Jacobson Alberta James Marci James Gary Jamison Starla Jarrell Jana Jelden Nancy Jellinger Karen Jenkins SENIORS 191 Poet-in-residence Robert Dana talks over several of his ideas on poetry with senior Emily RosewelLl. 1 z . . y if اك‎ " s " d. 5. r 3 ۷ a " I0 wai us Tm 1 m ۱ ےی‎ be GAP ers P s Ly te | 1۔ " d e B " wm 0 ہ7 ؟- م‎ ۲ ۲ t ۰ - L في‎ . CU 0 7 57 5 $3 B p سوج‎ , ۲ ٠ 7 1 4, ít. e? ل‎ 3 j LE ١ 1 ٠ 1 ۶ ' 4 1 ` . 2 " . 4 3 ] 0 « 5 ب‎ , 2 9 5 E E : 1 ۲ ۹ | $ À ۹ جا‎ i E be. € چیہ‎ r d - ` ۹ r he A » 5 1 er MS 1ر‎ M ۰ LE e .کی‎ €t ». Voluptuous maidens and intricate designs illustrat ar Fattahi the Persian Rubaiyat " displayed by Kamy Amy Johnson Brooks Johnson Cindy Johnson Dan Johnson Darlene Jones Shelton Joseph Mark Julius Terri Kackley Larry Katz Joe Kayser 192 SENIORS Joan Kempthorne Scott Kenyon Dan Kepley Barbi Kestel Debbie Kindermann Kathy Kiser Jeff Kuehl Dean Kuhn Bill Kunerth John Kyllo Louis Lang Kris Lapehn Alan Larson Cheryl Larson Steve Lawson Donna Leibold Debbie Lenning Gary Liming Kim Linder Eva Linzenbold Tom Lockhart Mike Lovely Elaine Luckett Linda Lyman Carl McCarley SENIORS 193 0 to tossing a coin shows the way that many Ames High seniors take their final tests. 1 From intense concentration Nate McCay Chris McDonald Gary McFarlane Mike McFarlin Laurann McGilliard Greg McLaughlin Bryan McMahon Genene McNabb Jeff McRoberts Laurel MacBride Ann Macheak Laurie Madden Mark Marley Cynthia Marten Deby Mart in 194 SENIORS Shown are Emily Rosewell, Bob Sprowell, Mary Catus, Cindy Parks, Shifra Sharlin, Joan Kempthorne, Tim Hardy. ١ | 9 ا‎ 4 E a | Sally Medford Gordon Meyer Jeff Meyers Peg Mickle Vicki Millard Kevin Miller Todd Miller Jim Moldenhauer Bill Moore Rob Morrison ' نے ات M a‏ سسے۔ر — " a‏ —— - ہے —- - ۷ 3 7 Marian Morton Larry Mullica Carole Muncy Dave Munn Mike Myers SENIORS 195 Senior Senate member Jan Burchinal measures Pat Sexton's head size for his graduation caps بعر ' Wendy Myers Dave Needham Greg Nelson Cindy Newton Dave Nickel Paul Nilsson Linda Norris Shirley. Norton Bill O'Connor Larry Ostrem Marti Pace Randy Page Tom Palmer Lydia Panagides Maria Panos Cindy Parks Zw 0 " uec m4) 5 SHE DE NM , Va " auf V. v 4 - x x AVES rr 4 1 A whe اس یم‎ LA Pe “h 5 gemere D DEUS Samples of new colored grad- uation gowns draw a group of fascinated senior girls. Dennis Parker Debbie Parrish Alice Patterson Mary Paulson Judy Pedersen Brenna Peglar Janice Percival Mike Perry Jim Peterson Larry Peterson Nancy Picht Liz Pier Debby Pohm Kathy Post Sue Powell SENIORS 197 Participating in one of the many seasonal fads at school, Jacky Claus intently eats a pomegranate- Melody Powers Richard Price Robert Price lim Prior Ron Provow Joyce Pyle Lori Randol Bill Rasmussen Pam Rasmussen Dione Rhinehart IN B LAS - " wf سم زا‎ 4 nh رم و‎ w - 1 ج3‎ T " Vn n Iz ate ! | o arcs i ۳۶۴ ہ‎ عر ا‎ S 4 کا یہ‎ we e کو 2 هو‎ Ty ادي‎ o a HOC با کو ہی‎ T این اکر‎ سے هھ س مد bei.‏ 8ھ —- Being accident prone isn't always that bad, as grinning Ken Talbert gets his cast signed by Shifra Sharlin. 198 SENIORS کی DIS " و 7 J‏ 0 1 g ری‎ ١ Kathy Rhoads Duane Richards Andy Riggs Helga Rogers Debbie Rohrbough Emily Rosewell Jim Ross Teri Royer Mary Runyan Claudia Rushing Dick Rusk Dean Russell Paul Sailsbury John Sandve Jolene Satre Cheryl Saul Brad Sayre Mary Schill Daryl Schlapia Rick Schmidt Sarah Schmidt Larry Schneider Jeff Schoeneman | Jim Scholten ۸ Dave Schroeder SENIORS 199 Roberta Schwartz Jane Scott Mary Serovy Matt Sexton Pat Sexton Terry Shatfer Matt Shank Shifra Sharlin Martha Sherick Ann Sherman Cynde Siedelmann Ken Simmons | Lori Simon Al Smith Letitia Smith W A T Pa A 7 21 ١ : Rr 0 P B 1 VE 2:22 A ocott Smith | TE p " PE s N Randy Snider Paul Soderholm Lou Ann Sogard Tammy Sondrol Lon Soukup Dan Spencer Bob Sprowell Brian Stafford Craig Stephenson عاو € — سے ده هه — سس بت - 7006 15 Laura Stone Shirley Straker Marla Stritzel PLUS PLENTY FOR PICTURES 1 — 16x20 mounted for Dave Strodtman framing Dorothy Stuve ] — 8x10 mounted for Terry Sullivan framing 2 2—5x7 or 4 —3x5 in folders 32— wallets 1 — glossy $91.00 Additional prints added to above plan would be charged at Additional Unit prices. Jean Svec Kathy Swan Dick Swenson Kathy Swenson Paul Swenson Ken Talbert People who didn't get stuck paying $91.00: Hoyt Acuff Wayne Alcott Suthiruck Chirapanda Randy Conard 1 | | Nancy Talbot Wadad Tannous Joyce Templeton Roger Kingsbury Terry Kline Barbe Larson john Loye Jon Michael Robert Mingus Ashok Nariboli Mark Nostwich Dave Pirtle Mike Shay Don Shedd Mike Welch Rick Williams SENIORS 201 Beckie Tesdall Doran Tesdall Mike Theodosopoulos Charla Thies Steve Thomas Carol Thurston Jean Titfany Josie Timmons Melanie Tostlebe Steve Townsend Tim Turner Cheryl Tweed John Tysseling John Ulmer Lisa Untrauer Vicki Vaughn Andy Ward Janet Ward Sue Warman Don Warner | Terry Warren Karen Wass Joan Waters Jeff Watson Cathy Webster 202 SENIORS l; ü Adding excitement to the Christmas formal, Tom Bliss does his thing. | Jon Wessman Bob West Michelle Westwick Gary Weuve Jim White Barb Wierson Don Wierson Denise Wierson Kyle Williams Vicki Wilson Dave Winton Sheryl Wood Ken York John Young Pam Young Roy Young Lisa Zaffarano SENIORS 203 LIT E nit D " EM لق قاش E‏ E ONE لا‎ MAMA ٦ 0ھ لا E E SERE‏ i .‏ | سم Li‏ FJ a‏ E‏ I BERG. نہ‎ E N E EI آ0‎ Spirit foldout ame N} WN 28875 DOWN An extremely hot won t tind on the 7 |) Zm ON ت2‎ 07 Take a detour from the Ames High School Game and com- plete the above crossword puzzle composed strictly of four-letter words. Because it's a toughy, the answers are printed on the next page. The Four-Letter-Crossword-Puzzle What the chorus place with a bunch 18. Court ---- (upside ACROSS of guys with pitch- down) 8 | 2. Four walls, four does 4 forks | 19. What your 1 windows, a door 18. Stacka the - - - - d Uninvited guests at counselors do: and a closet 20. Principal minus ar a social function 24. To----his own 9. What happens 25. What they give 4. Only spring sport 21. Yesses y give ` that didn't qualify 22. Test---- when you play the you to eat chili for state 23. What you can't go A P un 72 نی‎ ' 7. Stuff served in around with 17 me. 10u ---- 40. »enior lees are d cafeteria down 6 What 0 band of سے سے سے ہے‎ ott 9. What you retrieve 25 eue and Ice patriots raised in 27. Favorite test of | MIA) | the courtyard juniors when youre d 29. Abbr. for student 9 w deser UE ont 7 batairl 31. The attendance È 2 2 ID. Whatthe Sob یرفن‎ they call it - - - - ? 29. 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Winter athletic participa nts were recognized at an earlier nighttime BRUCE EDWBRDS-—honors entrance at Colorado College; National Merit finalist ANNE EWING—State of Iowa scholar; National Merit letter of commendation. MARK FISHER—Iowa State University Veishea scholar- ship; admission with recogni- tion to Iowa State; National Merit letter of commendation. LANCE FOREMAN-—National Merit letter of commendation. JANICE GRUGER—National Merit letter of commendation. " Jy BILL GERBER—National Merit ۷ letter of commendation. | i MONA GREEN—National Merit letter of commendation. MICHELLE HEER—Charles A. ' Goetz scholarship at Iowa State; State of Iowa scholar; admission with recognition at Iowa State; National Merit finalist. DAVID HILDEBRAND—Sitate of Iowa scholar. MARGARET HOMER-—National! Merit finalist. 3 AMY JOHNSON- National Merit letter of commendation. CINDY JOHNSON—State of - Iowa scholar; admission with recognition to Iowa State; . 1 sk LINDA DOUGAL—Regent's scholarship at Luther College; State of Iowa scholar; admission with recognition to Iowa State; National Merit letter of commendation. DEB DUNSTER—Story County March of Dimes scholarship; admission with recognition to Iowa State; National Merit letter of commendation. State of Iowa scholar; National Merit finalist. KAREN BURKE—Ames Com- munity Thrift Shop award. HOLLY BURKHALTER— National Merit letter of commendation. MARY CATUS—Delta Kappa Gamma education award; State of Iowa scholar. PATTY CONIS—Ames Education Association teaching scholarship. RHONDA CROW-—State of Iowa scholar; admission with recognition to Iowa State; National Merit finalist. CHRISTIE DAILEY—National Merit finalist. assembly. Scholarships KATHY ABRAHAM—National Merit finalist. BRIAN ANDERSON—National Merit letter of commendation. JIM ASH—freshman scholar- ship at the University of Texas. KAREN BARNES—National Merit letter of commendation. RICHARD BEESON—National Merit letter of commendation. MARLA BOYLAN—Delta Kappa Gamma education award; State of Iowa scholar. SUSAN BUCK—President's honorary scholarship at North- east Missouri State College; Mark Marley and John Loye are presented certificates for NROTC scholarships. 206 recognition to Iowa State; National Merit finalist. EMILY ROSEWELL—National Merit letter of commendation. DICK RUSK—National Merit finalist. JOLENE SATRE—Iowa State general scholarship; State of Iowa scholar; National Merit letter of commendation. MARY SEROVY—National Merit letter of commendation. SHIFRA SHARLIN—National Merit letter of commendation. KEN SIMMONS—Ames Com- munity Thrift Shop award. LORI SIMON—National Merit letter of commendation. DANNY SPENCER—National Merit letter of commendation. DAVID STRODTMAN—Story County March of Dimes scholarship; Iowa State general scholarship; State of Iowa scholar; National Merit letter of commendation. PAUL SWENSON—National Merit letter of commendation. NANCY TALBOT—State of Iowa scholar; National Merit letter of commendation. KEN TALBERT—Grinnell College scholarship. CHERYL TWEED—Irma Paul art scholarship. JOHN ULMER—Amherst College scholarship; National Merit letter of commendation. KAREN WASS—State of Iowa scholar. JOAN WATERS—Ames Soroptimist Club scholarship. SHERYL WOOD—Mid-America Nazarene College scholarship. JOHN YOUNG—National Merit letter of commendation. Awards DEBATE DEBATE AWARDS—Kathy Abraham, Tim Hardy, Kai Marten, Ken Simmons. OUTSTANDING SENIOR DEBATER—Tim Hardy. UNITED NATIONS ESSAY AWARD—John Young. 207 March of Dimes scholarship winners: Wendy Myers, Deb Dunster, and Sue Powell. Not pictured: Dave Strodtman. 95 " || او کر NN A | TS‏ 4 0۹ ES Um Wb A, $ 4 a E dt ug ١ admission with recognition to Iowa State; National Merit letter of commendation. DAVID MUNN—admission with recognition to Iowa State. WENDY MYERS Story County March of Dimes scholarship. GREG NELSON-—State of Iowa scholar. DAVE NICKEL- Sioux Falls College music scholarship. CINDY PARKS—National Merit letter of commendation. DEBORAH PARRISH— Achievement Award at William Jewell College. JUDY PEDERSEN—National Merit letter of commendation. BRENNA PEGLAR—National Merit letter of commendation. BETSY PETERSON—National Merit finalist; three-year Merit Scholarship to St. John's College. NANCY PICHT—Rmes Com- munity Thrift Shop award; lowa Federation of Women's Clubs nursing scholarship. DEBRA POHM—State of Iowa scholar; National Merit letter of commendation. SUSAN POWELL—Story County March of Dimes scholarship. MELODY POWERS—National Merit letter of commendation. LORI RANDOL—admission with recognition to Iowa State. BILL RASMUSSEN—Ames Education Association teaching scholarship. DIANE RHINEHART—State of Iowa scholar; Admission with 1 ١ 0 MARK MARLEY—finalist NROTC scholarship; State of Iowa scholar. CYNTHIA MARTEN— Meistersinger music scholar- ship at Wartburg College. GORDON MEYER—National Merit finalist. TODD MILLER—National Merit letter of commendation. RUTH MONTAG—Daughters of the American Revolution history award. MARIAN MORTON—Cornell College academic scholarship; State of Iowa scholar; National Merit letter of ommendation. DY JRCOBSON—University x Denver honors program rward; State of Iowa scholar; atonal Merit letter of 5bmmendation. OAN KEMPTHORNE— ational Merit letter of ommendation. BARBI KESTEL—State of Iowa scholar; National Merit etter of commendation. ATHY KISER—Iowa State music scholarship. KRIS LAPEHN—University Merit scholarship for freshmen at the University of Iowa; Drake University scholarship; State of Iowa scholar; ational Merit finalist; National Merit Scholarship Elo Drake University. OHN LOYE—finalist NROTC scholarship; admission with Krecognition to Iowa State. EINDA LYMAN—National Merit letter of commendation. ۱۲۰۱۶۱۱۳۲٢٢ MacBRIDE—Ames Business and Professional Women's Club scholarship; National Merit letter of H ommendation. ESENENE McNABB—Alpha Delta Kappa education Erward; National Merit letter commendation. | 7 Winners of education scholarships were Pat Conis, Genene McNabb, Marla Boylan, Bill Rasmussen and Mary Catus. Johnson, Lyn Johnson, Jerry Jutting, Barb Ketcham, Joan Kempthorne, Peter Kempthorne, Janice Kiser, Kathy Kiser, Kris Lapehn, Mike Maroney, Ruth Montag, Timothy Moody, David Morgan, Greg Nelson. David Nickel, Jim Olson, David Popelka, Sue Powell, LeeAnn Robertson, Kathy Risch, Sally Scholten, Susan Scott, Paul Soderholm, Patty Strain, David Strodtman, Charla Theis, Ray Thomson, Kím Wass, Randy Wedin, Michael Wilder, Mike Wirkus, Larry Voelker, John Young, John Zmolek. ORCHESTRA © ORCHESTRA CONTEST DIVISION I WINNERS— Danielle Buss, Elsie Hoff, Sara McCormack, Christie Palmer. LETTERS—Alison Exner. Elsie Hotf, Dorothy Stuve, Kim Wass. GOLD PINS—Danielle Buss, Agnes Carbrey, Jennifer Coupal, Joan Kempthorne, Sara McCormack. SILVER PINS—Patty Beneke, Barb Ketcham, Kathy Kiser, Christie Palmer. VOCAL MUSIC | CERTIFICATES—Beth Boylan, Linda Dougal, Michelle Heer, Bill Hotchkiss, Candy Kinderman, Ned Shank. BRONZE PINS (to seniors voted by choir to have contirbuted the most)—Barb Clark, Alison Exner, Cynthia Marten, Marti Pace. SENIOR CERTIFICATES—Mary Kay Atkins, Vickie Ball, Sherri | Battles, Kathy Boon, Dennis Catferty, Barb Clark, Jennifer Coupal, Alison Exner, Patti Guy, Steve Hopper, Nancy Ingvoldstad, Cindy Johnson, Alan Larson, Cynthia Marten, Genene McNabb, Marian Morton, Marti Pace, Debbie Parrish, Mary Runyam, Jolene Satre, Nancy Talbot, Sue Warman, Sheryl Wood. STUDENT TUTORING SERVICE—Buffy Axtell, Pam Rasmussen, Barbi Kestel. NATIONAL ENGLISH CONTEST AWARD—Rhonda Crow. STATE FINALISTS IN NATIONAL FRENCH CONTEST—Mark Beattie, Sue Futrell, Dave Hanson, Joan Kempthorne, Ruth Montag, Steve Pier, Jolene Satre, Sue Rod Riggs, editor of the Ames Tribune, proudly presents his son Andy with a “Most Valuable WEB Staffer’ award. JOURNALISM THETA SIGMA PHI “JUNIOR JOURNALISTS” AWARD— sarah Grant, Linda Dougal. IOWA HIGH SCHOOL PRESS ASSOCIATION WRITING CONTEST AWARDS—Mark Fisher, Bill Kunerth, Deb Carlson, Linda Dougal, Greg McLaughlin, Tom Lockhart. MOST VALUABLE WEB STAFFER—Linda Dougal, Mark Fisher, Dwight Flemmer, Dave Hildebrand, Cynthia Marten, Andy Riggs, Brian Stafford. Fine Arts BAND SENIOR HONOR MUSICIANS —Linda Dougal, Elsie Hoff, Joan Kempthorne, Kathy Kiser, Greg Nelson, David Nickel, Sue Powell, Paul Soderholdm, David Strodtman. BAND MERIT AWARDS—Jim Asp, Bob Bartles, Patty Beneke, Valree Blewett, Sue Bliss, Becky Boyles, Lynne Brady, Sandy Bunce, John Campbell, Carol Chantland, Samra Clark, Mari Donaldson, Greg Dougal, Linda Dougal, Janet Dowell, John Friederich, Kevin Frey, Kristi Fritsch, David Fullhart, Donna Gilchrist, Brian Halvorson, Bruce Halvorson, Elsie Hoff, Kyle Hogan, David Hoover, Ruth Hollenbach, Thomas Huisman, Brooks i 5 Ni A Ring, Debbie Routh, Janet Seim, Ann Self, Sally Scholten, Tia Slater, Sue Stephan, Linda Stewart, Diane Swenson, Nancy Talbot, Cheryl Tweed, Cindy Tschetter, Sue Warman, Chris Wheatley, Esther Wright. MODERN DANCE AWBRDS— Mary Constantine, Carol Healey, Sue Hiedeman, Ruth Hollenbach, Cyndi Jacobson, Christ Kiser, Jan Kiser, Diana McMillen, Nancy Newell, Liz Pier, Carol Peterson, Connie Reed, Sally Scholten, Terry Shaffer, Beth Speer, Vicki Tamashunas, Peggy Young. 11 finalists in Merit Scholar test INDUSTRIAL ARTS INDUSTRIAL ARTS FAIR AWARDS—Sheron Buchele. INDUSTRIAL ARTS ACHIEVE- MENT AWARD—Bruce Greene, Roger Kingsbury. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DRAFTING COMMENDATION—Richard Swenson. IOWA WINNER IN ELECTRI- CAL TRADES COMPETITION— Doran Tesdall. VEISHEA ENGINEERING GRAPHICS DRAWING CON- TEST AWARD—Stan Troeh. SWIMMING, DANCE SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING AWARDS—Carol Arnold, Karen Bachman, Sue Carlson, Carol Chantland, Sue Chantland, Candace Charity, Carolyn Curry, Linda Deppe, Lyndl Eberhart, Nancy French, Kathy Geist, Sue Geist, Sharon Holmes, Teri Hough, Sandy Hubbert, Tricia Ingraham, Judi Jacobson, Cindy Johnson, Lyn Johnson, Ann Kelso, Julie Landon, Cindy Larson, Dexter MacBride, Laurel MacBride, Barb Mahlstede, Peg Mickle, Jim Moldenhauer, Mary Muir, Debbie Olson, Denise Olson, Liz Pier, Steve Pier, Cheryl Winners in the industrial arts contest, Roger Kingsbury and Bruce Greene, receive certificates. 208 thonda Crow, Kathy Abraham, Dick Rusk, Margaret Homer, Diane Rhinehart; BACK: Bruce Edwards, Susan Buck, Christie Dailey NOT PICTURED: Betsy Peterson. Bachman, Craig Cummings, Tom Lockhart (captain), Jim Moldenhauer, Larry Peterson, Larry Schneider, Jeff Schoene- man, Paul Swenson, Dan Wierson, Kyle Williams, Dave Winton; juniors, Dave Fitz, Steve Grover, Steve Netcott, Scott Nichols, Jim Packer, Bob Reinhold, Bob Richert, Marc Sakamoto, Randy Taylor, Ray Thomson, Bob Thorbecke, Mike Wheelock; sophomores, Dick Bailey, Eric Bogenrief, Steve Buck, Dean Dass, Mark Grover, Paul Schuette; managers, Brian Barnhart, Gary Bornmueller, Gordon Meyer. BASKETBALL — Seniors, Nic Classick, Gary Grindeland; juniors, Steve Burgason, Terry Carroll, Dick Carter, Frank Schneider, Dave Sprowell. WRESTLING — Seniors, Bill Elder, Mike Fowles, Joe Grabau, Bruce Greene, Ron Greiner, Bill Kunerth, Nate McCay, Ron Provow, Dave Winton, Dan Spencer; juniors, Scott Daulton, Bruce Davis, Mark Donaldson, Jim Kinney, Jerry Lane, Paul Schattauer, Grady Shelton, Bryan Stucky; managers, Mark Allen, Gary Bornmuller, John Frederickson, Greg McLaughlin. 209 GARY GRINDELAND, basket- ball scholarship to Luther College. BILL KUNERTH, wrestling scholarship to the University of Georgia. LETTERS GIRLS GOLF—Jane Weber, Sue Scott, Deb Carlson, Ann Self, Kristi Fritsch. GOLF LETTER AWARDS— Al Larson, Randy Larson, Matt Sexton, Pat Sexton, David Sprowell, John Tyselling, Kim Wass, Craig Woodard. TENNIS LETTER AWARDS— Dave Barnes, Dave Ingraham, Larry Katz, Ashok Nariboli, Pete Barcus, Bill Berger, Stu Bremner, Dave Popelka, Larry Voelker, Pete Kempthorne. FOOTBALL—Seniors, Pete An- derson (captain), Curt Cobb, Dan Doud, Mike Fowles (cap- tain), Ron Greiner, Gary Grindeland, Steve Hildebrand, Gary Jamison, Scott Kenyon, Dan Kepley, Jeff Kuehl, Dean Kuhn, Bill Kunerth, Greg McLaughlin, Jeff Schoeneman, Dan Spencer, John Tysseling, Terry Warren (captain), Dan Wierson, Kyle Williams, Ken York; juniors, Mark Barthelsen, Barry Best, King Block, Dave Bunker, Dick Carter, Scott Daulton, Jeff McCullough, Steve Netcott, Marc Sakamoto, Bryan Stucky. TRACK — Seniors, Brian Anderson, Kent Anderson, Bill M | ` $ D MIKE FOWLES, football scholarship at Mason City Junior College. TOM BLISS, swimming scholarship at Arizona State University. NIC CLASSICK, basketball scholarship at the University of Northern lowa. Athletics Betsy Peterson, Ames’ other Merit Scholarship winner, elaxes in a tree. She was a June graduate last year. i LI Adi 1 j MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS—FRON! Michele Heer, Kris Lapehn, Gordon Meyer Scott, Bob Thorbecke, Steve Wecholer. STATE FINBLISTS IN NATIONAL SPANISH CONTEST—Kathy Abraham, Dick Rusk, Jane Scott, Ray Thomson. JW‏ جج if‏ (to‏ ‘A A}. 7 f. te Og 7ر سج‎ eo] m f 7 7 £ hr 4 I tJ 1 $ n v: Vn 0 8 7 در Vl taa toa c ANS‏ وى | Shooting graduation photos can be tough, especially attempting a frisbee throwing action shot. However, look closely. le Senior list activities, honors for high school years VMR; fall Bi 10, track 10, 1l, swimming il, 1 BLACK, DEBRA LYNN: HR 210; Pep Club 10: Office Ed. 12. BLANFORD, BARI B.: HR 121: foot- ball 10, swimming 10. BLEDSOE, ROBERT WILLIAM: 8 101: HR v.pres. 10, 11, A-Club ll, 12; golf 11, 12, swimming 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10. BLISS, THOMAS RICHARD: HR 101: Student Council 10, A-Club 10, 11, 12, pres. 12, Fire Squad 10, 1l, Stud. Serv. Comm. 10, Il: track 11, swimming 10, 11, 12; SPIRIT Staff 11, 12, WEB. BOON, KATHRYN AILEEN: HR 202; Kap Club 1l; French Club 0۲ “Hansel and Gretel”, “Beggar on Horseback’, “Anastasia” casts, crew 11, Thespians 12. BOYLAN, MARLA JUNE: HR 107; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 1l, 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Cadet Teach 12, Lib. Ass't 11. BRAN. DARIO TR.: HR 212; fall track 11, 12, indoor track 11, 12, track 11, baseball 10, 11, 12; S ish Club 10; Audio Visual 11, DECA 12. BRAYMAN, CRAIG ALAN: HR 207. BRENTNALL, LU ANN KAY: HR 312; Student Council 10, HR v.pres. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; drill team 11, 12: Jr.-Sr. Pops ll, Mixed Chorus 10, Cadet Teach 12, Dance 10, 11. Pep Club ll, 12; GRA 10: Band: Soph., Concert 10, 11, 12, sym- ue 12, Pep 12, March. 10, 11, 2: Spanish Club 12; WEB; Cadet Teach. 12; Drama crew 10. BALL, VICKI MARLENE: HR 313; Pep Club 10: Madrigal 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; DECA 12. BAPPE, SUE ELLYNE: HR 212; Mixed UE 10, Girls Glee 11; Office BARNES, DAVID GEORGE: HR caíe.; HR v.pres. 11, A-Club 12; tennis 10, 11, 12, swimming 10, 1l, 12; Band: Stage 10, 11; Orchestra 10, 11, 12; French Club 10, ۰ BARNES, KAREN WENDA: HR 304; Theology Club 11. BARNETT, LOWELL L.: HR 103; ay aning 10: Band: Soph., Concert BARR, PEGGY JO: HR 103; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; SPIRIT Staff 11, 12; Ca det Teach, 12. BATTLES, SHERRI LYNN: HR VMR; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; tennis 7 Band: Soph., Concert 10, Symphon- ic 10, 11, 12, Pep 12, March. 10, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Girls’ Glee 10. BELL, JACJUELINE KAY: HR IMC. BERGESON, CHERYL JEAN: HR 121: Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchronettes 10, 11, Drill Team 12: Cadet Teach. 12: Drama crew 10. BERGESON, CRAIG STEVEN: HR 11, 12, Fire Squad 10; football 10, ll, 12, capt. 12, basketball 10, 11, golf 10, baseball 10, 11, 12; WEB; DECA 12. ANDERSON, STEPHEN M.: HR 313; Band: Concert 10, March. 10, 11: Mixed Chorus 10. ARCHER, DEBRA MARIE HR 121; Pep Club 10, 11. ASH, JAMES CHARLES JR.: HR 7: moved from Arlington, Texas, 1l. ATKINS, MARY KATHRYN: HR ۰٠: Student Council 12, SPIRIT Rep. 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Assembly Comm.; Band: Concert 10, Sym- phonic 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir 11, 2, sec . treas. 12, Mixed Chorus 10; German Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10; Cadet Teach. 5 Drama crew 10; Environ. Action AUGUSTINE, LYNN S. HR 210; Girls’ Service Comm. 10, SC Wel- coming Comm., SC Social Comm. 10; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Madrigal 11, 12; Drama crew 10, ll. AXTELL, ELIZABETH ANNE: HR 207; SPIRIT Rep. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12: golf 10, 11: Band: Concert 10, د‎ pnonie 11, March. 10, 11; French Club 10, 11, 12. BACHMAN, WILLIAM CLEMENS: HR 212; cross country 10, 11, 12, indoor track 10, 1), 12, track 10, 1L 12: Band: Concert 10, 11, Pep 12, March. 10, 11, 12; WEB BALL, SHIVAUN VALERIE: HR 312; ABBOTT, ERIC BRUCE: HR IMC; HR pres. 12, HR v.pres. ll, Key Club 11, SC Assembly Comm. 12; fall track 10, cross country 10, track 10; Band: Soph., Concert 10, Symphon- ic 10, March. 10; WEB; “Endgame” cast ll, drama crew 11, 12 ABRAHAM, KATHERINE GAIL: HR 101; Student Council co-pres.; Merit Sch. semifinalist; Student Council 11, SC Curriculum Comm. 11, SC Assembly Comm. 12; French Club 12, German Club 10, Spanish Club 11, 12, Spanish Club v.pres. 12; De- 062 ALCOTT, WAYNE M.: HR 101. ALDERMAN, DAVID LLOYD; HR 107: football 10, wrestling 10, 1l, base- ball 10, 11; Spanish Club 10. ANDERSON, BRIAN R.: HR 202; Student Council 10, HR v.pres. 11, hall monitor 10, 11+ Fire Squad 10, 11, Stud, Serv. Comm. 11, SC Home- coming Comm. ll; cross country 11, 12, football 10, indoor track 10, 11, 0 basketball 10, 11, track 10, 11, ANDERSON, CLAIRE ELAINE: HR IMC: Pep Club 10, 11: Drill Team 12: Jr.-Sr. Pops 11; Latin Club 0: Cadet Teach. 12 ANDERSON, KENT JOHN: HR 107: HR v.pres. 10, 11, A-Club 11: foot- ball 10, 11, 12, wrestling 12, indoor track 10, 117 12) track 107 Tg; intra. basketball 11. ANDERSON, PETER ANTHONY: HR 312; Jr. Exec. pres., Sr. Senate pres.; Student Council 10, A-Club 210 DeKALB, ALICE MARIE: HR 212; Pep Club 10, 11: Latin Club 10; Spanish Club 10; Environ. Action 12. DENISEN, MARY CLARE: HR 304; SPIRIT rep. 12; GRA 10; Drill Team ll, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12. Dona OH BETH: HR 103; HR v.pres. SPIRIT rep. 10; Ir.-Sr. Pops 11; fice Ed. 12. DONALDSON, LEE WESTON: HR 101; A-Club 11, 12; golf 10, 11, 12; swimming 10 11, 12: WEB; Science Seminar 10. DOUD, DANIEL J.: HR cafe.; Stu- dent Council 1l; Sr. Senate; fall track 10; football 10, 11, 12; wres- tling 10; tennis 1l; swimming 10; WEB; DECA 12. DOUGAL, LINDA JEAN: HR cate.; HR sec. treas. 10; Pep Club 10, 1l: Band: Concert 10; Symphonic 10, 7 12, Pep 11, . March. 10, 11, 12; Madrigal li; French Club 10; WEE. Cadet Teach. 12; Drama crew 10. DUNSTER, DEBORAH JANE: HR 212; Band: March. 12; Art club 12; Cadet Teach. 12; Drama: " Skin of our Teeth " cast 12; moved from Loves Park, Ill. 1971. EDWARDS, BRUCE NEIL: HR 210; Merit Sch. semifinalist 12: HR sec. treas. 10; tennis 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 10: Cadet Teach. 12; Model UN 10, ll, 12; Debate 10, 11, 12; Theology club 11 GUI. THOMAS WILLIAM: HR EKLUND, LENA: HR 210; Student Council 12: French Club 12; " A Midsummer Night's Dream'' cast 12, " Dark of the Moon'' cast 12, crew 12: YFU from Stockholm, Sweden: Student Council. ELDER, WILLIAM E.: HR 202; HR sec. treas. 11: hall monitor 11: foot- ball 10, 11, 12: wrestling 10, 11, 12: indoor track 12: track ll, 12; baseball 11. EN TERRY LYNN: HR eae ne v.pres. 12; SPIRIT re Pe Club 10, 11, 12: Drill pea | 11, 12. French Club 10, Nurse Exp. 12. EUGENE, GEORGE S.: HR 121. EVANS, GREGORY JOHN: HR 107. EWING, ANNE L.: HR 210; Merit Sch. Letter of Commend.; SPIRIT bus. mgr. 12: Student Council 12; SC Social Comm. 12; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 12; Band: Concert 10, Sym- phonic 10, 11, March. 10, 11; tennis crowd attending the senior picnic. 211 CORIERI, KIMBERLY ANNE: HR 101; Pep Club M 11, 12; Art Club 12: crew 10, COUPAL, JENNIFER DUSTON: HR 210; Orchestra 10, 11, 12, Ensemble 11, 12, Madrigal 12, All State Say ١1, 12; French Club 10, 11 Dance 10: German Club 11, 12; " Oklahoma!'' orch. COUTURE, THOMAS LYLE: HR 312. COWLES, STEVEN WAYNE: HR 313; wrestling 10. Drama crew 1] COX, GREGORY A.: HR 212. CROM, LINDA LUCILLE: HR 207; Student Council , Pep Club 10, ll. GRA 10; Spanish Club 10, ll; SPIRIT Staff 1 12: Cadet Teach. CROW, RHONDA FAYE: HR 202; Merit Sch. semifinalist; Band: Sym- honic 10, March. 10; Spanish Club 0, 11, 12: Science Seminar 10, 11; Ed a Club 11, Environ. Action CUMMINGS, CRAIG THOMAS: HR cafe.; cross caua iny 12, indoor track 10, 11, 12, track 10. ll, 12, intra. basketball 11: Band: Concert 10, 11, Symphonie B. 12, Pep 12, March. 10, DAHL, CYNTHIA JO: HR 107; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Band: Concert 10, March. 10; A Cappella Choir ll; Mixed Chorus 10: Madrigal 10, 11; Office Ed. 12. DAILEY, CHRISTIE LYNN: HR 312; Merit Sch. semifinalist; SPIRIT edi- tor 12: Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12. chm. 12; Pep Club 10, ll, 12, cab. 12, SC Steering Comm., SC Human- Rights Comm. 10; GRA 10; tennis 11: golf 10; French Club cab. 10, 11, 12; SPIRIT staff 11, 12; WEB: Drama 10; Newcomers 11: Environ. Action 11. DAVIDSON, LINDA JO: HR 304; Pe Club 10, 11: Student Council 10: Drama Crew 10, 11. DAVIDSON, RICHARD is HR VMR; Student Council 10, 11, 12: SG Lounge Comm. chm. 12; wrestling 10, 01 cross country 10; track 10. PARIS KENT RAY: HR IMC; VICA DAVIS, VICKI ANN: HR 313; Girls’ Service Comm. 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 11. cab. 12; Office Ed. 12. DAY, DOUGLAS D.: HR 101; from Maryville, Tenn., 1971. DEAL, RONALD STEVEN: HR 121. moved peace sign at the lu: Seratch Pad 11; Science Seminar I0; M, 12. CHRISTIANSON, DEBRA JEAN: HR cale.; HR sec. treas. 10, Fire Squad ll, Stud. Serv, Comm. il, Pep Club 10, TI: GRA 10; Jr.-Sr. Pops 11; WEB, CHRISTOFFERSON, FLOYD WM: DS cafe.: HR v.pres. 11, 12; T I CLARK, BARBARA JOAN: HR VMR; Pep Club 10, 11, n GRA 10; Band: Sonn Concert Symphonic 11, Pep 12, VERE 12. En- able 11, A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Girls’ Glee 10, Madrigal 11, 12; Cadet Teach. 12. CLARK, DONALD J.: HR VMR; Con- cert Band 10, ll. CLARK, PAMELA MARIA: HR VMR. CLARK, WILLIAM DOUGLAS: HR m indoor track 10, 11, track 10, 11; CLASSICK, NICHOLAS H.: HR 101; Student Council 10, 11, HR v.pres. 10, 11, A-Club 11, 12, SC Welcom- ing Comm. 10, 11, SC Homecoming Comm. ll; ao country پر‎ basket- ball 10, 1l, erae olf 10, baseball 10, TU EB; DECA 12. CLAUS, e Ra ANN: HR IMC; A Cappella Choir ll, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Madrigal 10, 11, 12; Art Club 12, Ecology 12: “Beggar on Horseback " cast 11 CLEASBY, TERESA ANN: HR 212; Pep Club 11; moved from Faribault, Minn.: drama, tennis team. CLEMENS, JAMES HOWARD II: HR 210: fall track 11, wrestling 11, in- door track ll, track 10, 11: VICA 12. COBB, CURTIS ALEXANDER: HR 202. football 12; moved from In- dianola, la. COMPTON, NOLAN THOMAS: HR 207: HR v.pres. 10; football 10: Lab. Ass't 12: Drug Ed. Comm. 11, 12, Chm. 12. CONARD, RANDY BLANE: HR 202; HR sec treas. 10: fall track 10, 11 wrestling 10 CONIS, PATRICIA CONSTANCE: HR 121; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Drill Team 11, 12; Band: March. 10, 11, Twirler 10, 1l; Spanish Club 10; WEB; Dance 10, Cadet Teach. 12. CORIA, CRAIG WILLIAM: HR 107; fall track 10, indoor track 10, intra. basketball 12 er یس‎ 0 zl g سے ری مت و ا Jim Moldenhauer flashes à BROWN, BARBARA LAVON: HR 313; E R səc treas Pep Club 10, 11, a9. GRA 0 3 team II, 12, tennis in: Ir.-Sr. Pops 1l; DECA 12. BUCHELE SHERON ANN: HR 107; German Club 10, ll; Art Club 12, EDance 12, Model UN 10, I. 12 Bihespians 11, 12, v.pres. 12: " Rum- pelstiltskin " cast, “Beggar on Horse- ١ ا‎ cast, crew 10, 21, 12, Ass't | rector of “Hansel and Gretel.’ | تام‎ CATHERINE en HR 212; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; i astics ll, 72. golf 10; WEB; Ree lub 12. BUCK. SUSAN LOUISE: HR 304; Mert Sch. semifinalist; Sr. Senate }2; 0 Club , 11: A Cappella Choir ll, Mixed Chorus 10; Te Club 10, 11; Cadet Teach. 12; Trip ll. BURCHINAL, JANICE ELLEN: HR 103; Cheersquad ll, 12: HR sec. 10, 11, Sr. Senate 12, Pep 1], 12; GRA 10; Cadet Teach 12. ALICE: HR cafe.; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; " Beg- gar on Horseback” cast, crew ll. BURKHALTER, HOLLY NNE HR NMR; Student Duel ]r. Exec.; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 12, SPI IRIT Rep. H. SC Welfare Comm.; GRA 10; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10. Girls Glee 10: German Club 10; Debate 1 BURNS, CARLA JEAN: HR IMC; Stu- dent Council 10. v.pres. 10, SPIRIT Rep. 11, Pep Club 10; Ger- man Club 10, 11: DECA 12. BURNS, PATRICK ].: HR 202; basketball 10: German Club intra. 10. - LN t : ہت - ہے جح تن کس‎ n مسحب مسن‎ treas lx 10, BURKE, KAREN a - etum me - F ee m " s ati سم‎ © q سس کے یپ جج کے پر‎ motes EE BYERS. VICKY JO: HR 101; HR sec. treas. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Office Ed. 12. BYRIEL, CONNIE JO: HR 210; Pep Club 10, 11, 12: GRA E Girls' Glee § 10; WEB: Office Ed. CAFFERTY, DENNIS J.: HR 312; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, ا‎ Chorus Chorus 12; " Okla- homal” cast ۱ " Member of the Wedding” cast 11, ‘Beggar on Horseback” E 11, crew ll, 12: Theology Club 1 CAMERON icit LYNN: HR 7 Pep Club 10. 10, All State ۲ CARBREY, AGNES L.: HR 207; HR sec. treas. 10; Synchronettes 10; Or- chestra 10, 11, 12, Ensemble 10, 11, 12. All State Orch. 10, 11, 12; French Club 11, 12: Dance 10. GARLSON. DAVID W.: HR 313: fall track 10, indoor track 10, track 10, baseball 10, 11, 12; DECA 12. CARLSON, DEBRA LYNN: HR 202; Cheersquad 11, 12; HR v.pres. 10, SPIRIT Rep. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; astics 11, golt 10, 11, 12: Girls' ee 10; Spanish Club 10: WEB; DECA 12. CASE, SUSAN LOU: HR 107; SPIRIT Rep. 10, Pep Club 10, ll, 12, SC Social Comm. 10: WEB. et iine HR 312; SPIRIT re Pep Club 10, Th ish Club D sec. 12; ology Club Me ‘Cadet Teach. ڑا‎ Drama crew 10; UN Trip 11. CHARITY, CANDACE MARIE: HR 10, 12: Synchronettes ., drill team 11, 12, intra. basketball 10; Jr.-Sr. Pops 11, Mixed Chorus 10: French Club 10, 11, 12: Dance 10, 11, Lab. Ass't 11: crew 10: ACTFL - France. CHESTERFIELD, BEVERLY ROSE: HR 212: Pep Club 10, 11, 12, rep. 10; Drill Team 11, 12: Jr.-Sr. Pops 11: DECA 12. CHIRAPANDA, SUTHIRUCK: HR 202. CHRISTENSEN, BRIAN J.: HR 304 football 10, intra. basketball 11. CHRISTENSEN, WILLIAM GEORGE: HR 103; basketball 11, 12 mgr. 12, | i 10 mgr.; Band: Soph., Concert 11, March. 10, 11, 12; Latin Club CATUS,‏ وت Senior Amy Johnson strikes a pose on the baby grand. 1 — 4À 6 HALVORSON, MARK A. HR 212-5 German Club 10. | HANNUM, JOAN ELIZABETH: HRI HANSEN, LUANN: HR 313; HR vr. pa ll, Girls’ Service Comm. 12, ep Club 10, 12; Drill: Team 11, 12, Golf 11, 12; Mixed Chorus 10, Girls Glee 10, Ma: ES 10. Dance 10; Drama crewhea HAPES, LESLIE MICHAEL: HR 3043 ; swimming 10. HARDY, TIMOTHY LEE: HR 103; cross country 10, 11: indoor track 10, 11: track 10, 12; intra. basket- ball 11: German Club 10, 11, sec treas. 12; Model UN 11, 12; Science Seminar 11; Debate 10, 1l, 12; The ology Club 1l. HARRIS, DEBRA JEAN: HR 212 Cheersquad 11: Pep Club 10, 1}; Synchronettes 10; GRA 10; French $ Club 10, 1l. | HAUPT, GARY ROBERT: HR VMR; ll, 12; A A-Club 12; swimming 10, Cappella Choir 10, 11: German) Club 10. HAYNES, CAROL LYNN: HR 103; SPIRIT rep. 1l; Pep Club 10, ll; GRA 10; German Club 10, 11; WEB; DECA 12. HEALY, CAROL ANN: HR caíe; Cheersquad 10, 11, 12; SPIRIT rep. 3 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; gymnastic cs 11, 12; Band: Concert 10, 11, March. 10, ll; A Cappella Choir 11, 12; Dance 12. HEALEY, MARY انا من‎ HR | VMR; Cheersquad 10, 82 gu 12: SPIRIT rep. 10; Pep ) Club 10 1 12, Student Council 10, ‘ll; SC As- 1 sembly Comm. 11; cadet teach. 12. | HEER, MICHELE ADRIENNE: HR | IMC: Merit Sch. semifinalist: HR v.- 3 pres. 10, 11; Sr. Senate; Girls’ Serv. 3 Comm. ll; Pep Club 10, ll, 12; GRA 10; Band: Concert 10, Sym- phonic ll, 12, March, 10, ll, 12; Girls Serv. Comm. 10; Pep Club 10, 11: tennis 11: Dance 10, 11, 12: Environ. Action ll, 12; 10, pres. " Oklahoma! " cast 10. GRANT, SARAH ELLEN: HR VMR; Pep Club 10, 11: GRA 10; golf 10, ll; A Cappella Choir 11, 12; Mixed Chorus 10; Spanish Club 10, WEB; Art Club 10, 11, 12: cadet teach. 12; Dance 10, 11; Oklahoma!” cast 10; " The Crucible'' 10; " Beggar on Horseback” cast 1l. GREEN, MONA JERELEEN: HR IMC; GRA 10, Jr.-Sr. Pops ll, 12; Girls’ Glee 10; Spanish Club 10, 11. GREENE, PRUGE EDWARD: HR 107; wrestling 10, ca 12: tennis IX TIE MEA VERI l0; A Cappella Choir 11. GREINER, RONALD ALAN: HR 312; A-Club 10, 11, 12; football 10, 1, 12; wrestling 10, 1l, 12; track 10. GRINDELAND, GARY ALLEN: HR 313: Jr. Exec. v.pres.; Student Coun- cil 10; A-Club 11, 12; cross country ll; basketball 10, 11, 12; tennis 10; olf 10, 11, 12; baseball 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 10; Boys’ State 11; Cadet Teach. 12; SC Drug Comm. 10. GUTMANN, NANCI LU: HR 77 Student Council 11, 12; SPIRIT rep. 12; SC Homecoming Comm. 1l; SC Social Comm. 12; GRA 10; Drill Team 11, capt. 12; WEB; cadet teach. 12. GUY, PATTI J.: HR 210; gymnase 12; راج تا ا تا‎ cast : drama crew 10. HADEK, H. MICHAEL: HR 107; foot- ball 10; track 10, swimming 10: moved from Lake Geneva, Wiscon- sin, 1. HADWIGER, MARY LEE: HR 313; Pep Club 10, 11: tennis 1]; French Club 10, 11; DECA 12. HAGEN, MARCIA A.: HR 202. HALL, PEGGY JOYCE: HR 107; Pep Club 10; GRA 10; Office Ed. 12. cant Council 12; HR sec. treas, 10; Jr. Exec.: wrestling 10, 11, 12; track 12; A Cappella Choir 1l; Mixed Chorus 10; " Oklahoma!' cast 10. FOWLES, MICHAEL JON: we MES HR v.pres. 10; football 10, ر11‎ wrestling 10, 11, 12; track 10. FRAKES, COLLEEN ROSE: HR 107; Pep Club 12; Jr.-8r. Pops 12; New- comers Club 12; moved írom Mil- waukee, Wisconsin 1971. FRANKLIN, GREGORY M.: HR cafe.; T I v.pres. 12 GAFVERT, ULF B.: HR 210: moved from Rockford, Ill., 12. GARLAND, ROBERT DEAN: HR 101; wrestling 10, 11, 12. GAUGER, JANICE CLARK: HR 312; Student Council 11; HR v.pres. 10; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; SC Comm. 11 A Cappella Choir 11; Mixed Chorus 10; Latin Club 10; WEB: Dance 10, ll: DECA sec. treas. 12: " Okla- homa!” cast 10. GEIST, KATHRYN JAYNE: HR 212: Student Council 10, 12: Jr. Exec.: Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 12: SPIRIT rep. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; SC Social Comm. 10, 11; SC Curriculum Comm. 10, 11,-12; Synchronettes 10, ll, v.pres. 12; Band: Soph. 10, Sym- honic 10, 11, 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 0, 11, 12, Ensemble 10, 11: French Club 10, 11; Cadet Teach. 12. GERBER, WILLIAM REED: HR 207; French Club 10, 11, 12; Latin Club 10, 11, Advertising Comm. chm. 12. GERJETS, CYNTHIA RAE: HR 304; Pep Club 10, 11: French Club 10; DECA 12. GLASS, GAYLE AMBER: HR 105; Pep Club 10; gymnastics 10. GOOD, CINDY LOU: HR ine 10, 11: French Club T CR GRABAU, JOSEPH MARK: HR 202; fall track 10: football 10, 11; wres- tling 10, 11, 12; DECA 2 GRACA, JANE LOUISE: HR cate.: Student Council 12; HR v.pres. 10: Christie Dailey, spent ll; French Club 10, 12; 0 ll; 12. SPIRIT staff 11, 12; Nurse Exp. WEB. EXNER, ALISON WELLS: HR 10l; Orch. 10, 11, 12; A Cappel Choir 11, 12; Mixed chorus Madrigal 12: All State Orch. 12; All State Chorus 1]; German Club 11, 12; Sc ratch Pad 12: Dance 10; ' " Okla- homal' cast 10; “Crucible” cast ll: “Midsummer Night's Dream” cast crews 10, 11. FATTAHI, KAMYAR: HR 210; French Club 12. FINNEGAN, THERESA EILEEN: HR VMR: Cheersquad 11, 12; HR v.pres. ll; Pep Club 10 rep. 11, 12; SC Assembly Comm. 11; GRA 10; gym- nastics 1l; Spanish Club 10, 1l; WEB: DECA 12. FISHER, LINDA RASMUSSEN: HR 212. MARK LOWE: HR 312; Sch. Letter of Commend:; Student Council 12; FISHER Merit SPIRIT editor: Stud. Serv. Comm. 12; SC Welíare Comm. chm.; SC Public Relations Comm. chm: SC. Building and Grounds Comm. chm; SC Drug Comm. 11: fall track 10; tennis 11 12: Band: Concert l0; Latin Club v.pres. 10; SPIRIT staff 11, 12; WEB; Art Club 12: drama crewhead 10. FISHER, MARVIN: HR 313; tennis 11, 12; Orch. 10, ll, 12; German Club 10, 11: " Oklahoma!' cast 10; ‘Hansel and Gretel” cast 11; " Beg- gar on Horseback " cast 11. FISHER, PAUL F.: HR 212; football 10: track 10. FITZGERALD, DANIEL LYLE: HR 304; fall track 10; tennis 11, 12; Sing 10, ll, 12; French Club FLEMMER, DWIGHT JOHN: HR 103; baseball 11; Band: Concert 10, 11; March. 10, 11, 12. FLUMMERFELT, ELIZABETH MAE: HR 107; Art Club 11, 12. FOREMAN, LANCE CHARLES: HR cafe.: Student Council treas.; Stu- 4. Super -duper - heart - cutter - outer, hours preparing for the SPIRIT Valentine Extravaganza. 212 JOHNSON, CYNTHIA JEAN: HR 212; Student Council 10, 11; Pep Club 10; Synchronettes 1], 12; tennis 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; A Cappella Choir 11, Mixed Chorus 10, Girls’ Glee 10; nurse exp. 12; “Okla- homal!'' cast 10, crew 10. DANIEL D.: HR 202; toot-‏ لد انان a‏ IOHNSON, MONTE BROOKS: HR VMR: football 10, 11; Band: Concert 10, 11. Symphonic 12, March. 11. JOHNSON, REBEKAH ].: HR 315; Orchestra 10, 11, All-State Orch. 10; French Club 10, 11: Scratch Pad 10; moved from Nevada, la. JONES, JANIS DARLENE: HR 304; Pep Club 10, 11; Band: Concert 10, Symphonic 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12: DECA 12; Drama crew 10. JOSEPH, SHELTON NARVIN: HR 318: Jr. Exec. bus. mgr.; football 10; WEB. JULIUS, MARK ANTHONY: HR 10l; lab. ass't. 12. KACKLEY, TERRI L.: HR 103; Pep Club 10, 11. KATZ, LARRY ALAN: HR 210; Stu- dent Council 10, 11, HR v.pres. 10, ll, SC Social Comm. 10, SC Cur- riculum Comm. Il; ایج‎ 10. indoor track 12, tennis 11, golf 10. 12. baseball 11, intra. basket- ball 10, 11, 12, capt. 12; Spanish Club 10: SPIRIT staff 11, 12; WEB. KAYSER. JOSEPH MARIO: HR 207; Band: Concert 10, March. 10. KEMPTHORNE, WANDA JOAN: HR cafe.; tennis ll, 12; Band: Soph., vn honic 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; rchestra 10, 11, 12, Ensemble 10. 11, 12; French Club 10, 11, 12; Model UN 10, 11; ACTFL at Arra- chon, France. دی وی LI j T ut? 14 A after school on layout and paste-up to meet important deadlines. 213 YFU from Switzerland. ITO, NORMA TIEMI: moved from Brazil 11. aes NICHOLAS WILLIAM: HR MC; VICA 12. TACOBSON, JUDY ANN: HR 210; Jr. Exec. treas.; Sr. Senate; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10; Stud. Serv. Comm. 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; SC Welcoming Comm. 10; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12; German Club 10; WEB; Mixed Chorus 10; Girls Glee 10; nurse exp. 12; YFU Switzerland. TAMES, MARY ALBERTA: HR 207; Ir.-Sr. Pops 1l; Mixed Chorus 10; Office Ed. 12. TAMISON, GARY LANE: HR 103; A- Club 12; football 10, 11, 12, indoor track 10. track 10, 11, intra. basket- ball 11, 12. TARRELL, STARLA GAY: HR 101; HR sec. treas. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Drill Team ll, 12, drill master 12; جم‎ twirler 12; A Cappella Choir JELDEN, JANA ELAINE: HR 202; HR sec. treas. 11; SPIRIT rep. 1l; Pep oe 10, 11; GRA 10; Spanish Club HR VMR; TELLINGER, NANCY ANN: HR 107; Student Council 10, 12; Girls' Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, chm. 12; SPIRIT rep. 10: Pep Club 10, 1l, 12; SC Curriculum Comm. 10, 11; SC Elec- tion Comm. 12; Drill Team 1l, 12, capt. 12; Spanish Club, 10, 11, pres. 11: SPIRIT staff 11, 12; cadet teach. 12: drama crew 10 IENKINS, KAREN M.: HR 312; Pep Club 10. IOHNSON, AMY YVONNE: HR 313; HR sec. treas. 11; SPIRIT rep. 1l; Pep Club 10, 11, 12: GRA 10; gym- nastics 11: tennis ll; Jr.-Sr.: Pops 11: French Club 10; IUE Club l1: Scratch Pad 11; DECA 12. HOLMES, SHARON JEAN: HR 304; SPIRIT rep. 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; c adet teach. 12: Dance 11, 12. HOLTHAUS, KATHY JANE: HR 103; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Drill Team 11, 12, capt. 12; Jr.-Sr. Pops 11. HOMER, MARGARET ELLEN: HR cale.; Pep Club 10, 11; Merit Sch. semifinalist; swimming 11; Band: Concert 0 Sym honic ء‎ 12, March. 10, 11, 12; French Club 11, 12: Dance 12. HOPPER, STEVEN C.: HR 312; Stu- dent Council 11, 12; SC Social Comm. ll; cross country 10; wres- tling 10; track 10, 1l; Cappella Choir ll, 12, Mixed Chorus 0: moved from West Des Moines, 12. HOWERTON, MARK N.: HR 313. HUSTON, GEORGE ANTON: HR 212; cross country 10, 11, intra. basket- ball 11: Boys’ State 11. HUTTON, DENNIS JOSEPH: HR 103; fall ae 10, wrestling 10, 11; nurse exp. 12. INGRAHAM, DAVID FLETCHER: HR cafe.- tennis 10, 11, 12, swimming 10; Spanish Club 10, 12. INGVOLDSTAD, NANCY ANN: HR IMC; Student Council 11; HR v-pres. 11: Pep Club 10, 11; A Cappella Choir ll, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Madrigal 10, ll, 12; batgirl 10; “Oklahoma!” cast 10, " Rumpelstilt- skin " cast 10, “The Crucible” cast 10, crew head 10. IRWIN, TERRI LYNN: HR 121; HR v.pres. ; sec. treas. 11: Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10. ISRAEL, CONNIE JO: HR 101; Cheer- squad 10, 11, 12; Sr. Senate co- treas.; Pep Club 10: gymnastics 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; WEB. ITEN, RUTH: HR 210: Pep Club 12; French Club as n. 12: Orch. 12; drama crew | HENELY. SHARON ANN: HR 210; Girls Serv. Comm. : Pep Club là A Cappella Choir ll, Mixed Chorus 10: nurse exp. 12. HENSLEY, JENNIFER SUE: HR 207; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; Drill Team 11 12. HIBNER, JIM F.: HR 101; wrestling 10 HICKS. JIMMIE DEAN II: HR 210; DECA 12. HIGHLAND, MARY MICHELE: HR 907. Pep Club 10; GRA 10; WEB; Dance 10: drama crew 10. HILDEBRAND, DAVID ALAN: HR 207. ]r. Exec.; SPIRIT rep. 1l; A- Club 11, 12; Fire Squad 11: Stu- dent Council 10; football 10, 11, basketball 10, 11, 12, track 11; French Club 10: WEB; nurse exp. 12. HILDEBRAND. STEVEN GRANT: HR 202- A-Club 10, 11, 12; football 10, l1. 12, wrestling 10, 12, indoor track 10, ll, 12, track 10, ll, 12, Ae basketball 11; Spanish Club 10. HOFF. ELSIE KATHRYN: HR 312; Student Council sec.; Student Coun- cil 11. 12: HR v.pres. 11; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 11; SPIRIT rep. 11; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; tennis 1: Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, 11, 12, Pep ll, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10, 11, 12, Ensemble 10, 11, 12; Jr.-Sr. Pops 11; All-State Orch. 10, 11, 12; cadet teach. 12: Dance 12. HOF P 1 NONE por ine 313; Pep Club 10; gymnastics ll, 12. HO IREDGE, CINDY LOU: HR 212; Pep Club 10; Office Ed. 12. HOLDREN, MICHAEL: See Hadet. WEB publication required staff to spend time 7. - Si m Lo Uem m ی ييف‎ deti LUCKETT, ELAINE REES: HR [4 Synchronettes 10, 11: French Club 10; WEB: Art Club 12, Dance ۰ UN trip; Environ. Action 11. 12. LYMAN. LINDA LEE: HR 10 Pep Club 10, 11: A Cappella Choir f 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Girls’ Glee 10: French Club 11, 12 MACBRIDE, LAUREL JEAN: HR cale; Synchroneties 10, 11, 12; Spanish 10; Orch. 12, 11, 12, Mixed m Chorus 10; nurse exp. 12. MACHEAK, ANN C.: HR VMR Fep Club 10, 11, 12; Mi ad Chorus Office Ed. 12 MADDEN, LAURIE ANNE: HR IMC. HH sec. treas. 10; Ir. Exec 11; Pep Club 10, 11; Synchronettes 10; GRA 10: Tr.-Sr. Pops 11: WEB: Office Ed. 12. MARLEY, MARK J.: HH 213; cross- country 10, wrestling 10, track 1 Spani ish Club 10. MARTEN Iz HE 0 Band: 10, Symphonic 11, 12, Pep 12, March. 10, 1 Drch. 10, A Cappella Choir 1 CYNTHIA Concert OH bot باد‎ Chorus 10. Madrigal 1‏ کے Ensemble 1], 12; All State ¢‏ ll: WEB; Thespians ll; " Okl‏ homa!” orch. 10, drama crew‏ Theology Club 11‏ :11 ٠ مسو يج مدو ما سم‎ t ال‎ ‘a bu ہم‎ v © a i } ۹ 0 yi t‏ سم oh پا‎ 7 McCAY, NATHAN STUART: HR 304; Student Council pres. 12; Student Council ll, 12; HR sec. t 10: SC Steering Comm. chm. 1 tung 10, 12; tennis ll, 12; intra. asketball 11; WEB: cadet teach 12. MOLT? JOHN CHRIS: HR 103; Drama crew 12. McFAR LANE, GARY KEITH: HR c Band: Concert 10, Symphonic - 16 11, 12, Pep ll, March. 10 ll, 12: YFU Japan. Mc cFARLIN, MICHAEL RICHARD: HR VMR; Sr. Senate 12; A- Club 12 Fire ١ 5: Squad 10, 11: Stud. Serv. Comm 0 11: fall track 10, swimming 10; : DECA 12 McGILLIARD, LAURANN A.: HR 207; Cheersquad 10, ll, 12: HR v. pres. 11; SC Assembly Comm. 10: gym- nastics 11; WEB. McLAUGHLIN, GREG ALAN: HR IMC; football 11 12, track 10, 12, intra. basketball 11, 12. McMAHON, ROBERT BRYAN: HH 121; fall track 10, wrestling 10, in- door track 10, track 10. McNABB, GENENE LOUISE: HR 202; Merit Sch. Letter of کے ہش‎ HR v.pres. 12; Pep Club 10, 11, SC Human Rights Comm. 10; n ‘Gant pella Choir 11, 12, Pops Choir 20: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Scratch Pad ll, 12; cadet teach. 12: Model UN 10, 12; Debate 10; Environ. Action ll, 12; Thespians ll, 12, sec. treas. 12; “Oklahoma!” cast 10, One-Acts 10, 11, " Member of the Wedding” cast 11, “Hansel and Gretel' " cast 11, “Beggar on Horse- back " cast ll, crews 10, Il, 12: crewhead 12. McROBERTS, GEOFFREY ALAN: HR 101: A-Club 11, 12; fall BIS 12 football 11, swimming 10, DECA 12. MEDFORD, SALLY: HR 107; Pep Club 10, Il, 12; GRA 10, Jr.-Sr. Pops 11; Office Ed. 12. MEYER, GORDON WAYNE: HR 103; Merit Sch. Semifinalist; Student Council 11, 12; A-Club 12; SC Cur- riculum Comm. chm. 12; track mgr. ll. 12: swimming mgr. ll, 12; Ger- man’ Club v.pres. ll, pres. 12; SPIRIT staff 11, 12; WEB, moved from St. Paul, Minn., 1970. MEYERS, JEFF A.: HR 212; HH v- pres. 11: indoor track 10, track 10, baseball 10, 11, 12, intra. basket- ball 10; T. I. MICHAEL, TON MERRITT: HR 207; fall track 10; wrestling 10; ' " Scrib- Ae Words on a Bare Wall " cast KENYON, SCOTT REED: HR 312; A- Club 12; football 10, 12, basketball 10, 11, 12, baseball 10. 1[ 17: WER KEPLEY, DANNY LEE: HR 312; A. Club 12: football 10, 12; T I Pres. 12. KESTEL, BARBI J.: HR IMC: Merit Sch. Letter of Commend.; HR sec. treas. 11, Girls’ Serv. Comm. 12, SPIRIT Rep. 12, Pep Club 10, 1l, 12: Jr.-Sr. Pops 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10; French Club 10, 11, 12; Theology Club ll, Student Tutoring Comm. 12, Newcomers Club 10, Environ. Action 11, 12, treas. 11, sec. KILBERG, DEBRA ANN: HR 121; moved from Sioux City, la. KINDERMANN, DEBORAH JEANNE: HR 121: Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Jr.-Sr. Pops 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10 Girls’ Glee 10 KINGSBURY, ROGER ALVIN: HR 313. KISER, KATHERINE GENEVA: HR 101; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; UNI 12: Band: Soph. Symphonic 10, 12, res. 12, Pep ] 12 M rel 10 l, 12, Stage 11, 12: Orchestra 10. 12, A Cappella Choir 11 Madrigal 12, All-State Band 12: French Club 10, 11: “Oklahoma!” cast 10, crew 10, crewhead 10. KLINE, TERRY LEO: HR 212; Thes- pians 12, " Rumpelstiltskin " cast, ‘Midsummer Nights Dream' | “Crucible” cast, crew 10 11, 12: Environmental Action 11, 12: - eign Study League ۰. E JEFFREY L.: HR 304; A-Club‏ ا ll, 12; football 10, 11, His indoor‏ track 10, 1l, track 3 j. gol ll, intra. basketball 10. Spanish Club 10. KUHN, DEAN ANDREW: HR 103: HR sec. treas. 12, SC Social Comm. 11, 12; football 10, 1l, 12, basketball 10, intra. basketball 11, 12; Boys’ State 10, 11, 12. KUNERTH, WILLIAM BLAKE: HR cafe.; A-Club 11, 12; football 10, 11, 12, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10: Spanish Club 10: WEB: DECA 12. ee JOHN E.: HR VMR; VICA LANG, LOUIS AMBROSE: HR IMC. LAPEHN, KRISTINE KAY: HR 7۰: Merit Sch. semifinalist; Band: Sym- phonic 10, 11, 12, Pep 11 10, 11, 12: French Club 10, moved from Bettendorf, Ia. LARSON, ALAN K.: HR 121: A-Club 12; fall track 10, basketball 10, golf 10, 11, 12, intra. basketball 11, 12; A Cappella Choir 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Madrigal 10. 12, All Ec Chorus ll, 12; cadet teach. LARSON, BARBE ELLEN: HR 318. LARSON, CHERYL L.: HR 202. LAWSON, STEVEN D.: HR 10l; wrestling 10: T I 12. LEIBOLD, DONNA MARIE: HR 107; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; DECA 12. LENNING, DEBORAH SUE: HR 312; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; Jr.-Sr Pops 1l, Mixed Chorus 10; Office Ed. 12. LIMING, GARY L.: HR 207; basket- ball 10, intra. basketball 11. LINDER, KIM LUANN: HR 313: Pep Club 10, 11, rep. ll; IS Chorus 10; Dance 10, BECA 2 LINZENBOLD, EVA ILONA: HR 121; Model UN 12. LOCKHART, THOMAS R.: HR 202; Student Council 12, A-Club 1l, 12, 3T Lounge Comm.; cross country ll, 12, football 10, indoor track 10, ll, 12, track 10, 1), 12; SPIRIT staff 12, WEB: DECA 12. LOVELY, MICHAEL W.: HR 107; fall wate 10, indoor track 10, 11, track LOYE, JOHN FRANCIS III: HR caíe.; moved from Montgomery, Ala.: Math Club, MU ALPHA THETA. ا ف9[ کیب Fi‏ Ames High golfer Buffy Axtell takes time out to file down an unsightly hangnail which had affected her swing. 214 MO MICKLE, MARGARET ANN: HR 317 MYERS, MICHAEL BLAINE: Su 215 ketball 11 12. fas tee CBE: i XD 2M Pep Club 10, ll, i12, v pres. 12 intra. basketball 10, 11, 12; PACE. MARTHA JEAN: HR 210: HR s punca Mana 3 S PIOS. d وویورچ رجہ ہا‎ a i Sy hrone tte 10 sec ftre as. " 3 مسا ا‎ Student Counci , EU سیب ہی‎ 10) Genastes 1). 1: v.pres, 12, SPIRIT Rep. 10, Pe Comm. 10, 12, SPIRIT rep. 1l, Pep I1, 12: GRA 10: Gymnastic " — MYERS, WENDY G.: HR 304; Stu- Club 10, 1l, 12, cabinet ll; Band: Club 10, SC Human Rights Comm., Ent ee dent Council v.pres.; ' Student Coun- Concert 10, Symphonic 11, March. SC Assembly Comm. 11, SC Cur- MILLARD, VICKI ANN: HR 107; cil 10; Jr. Exec.; Pep Club 10, 11, 10, 11, 12, officer 12; ts 51 riculum comm, 12; A Cappella Choir moved from St. Paul, Minn. 12; SC Election Comm. chm; French Choir 11, رم‎ Mixed | Chorus 11, 12, Mixed Chorus 10, Madrigal ee. an Club 10, 11; WEB; Nurse Exp. 12. Madrigal 10, 11, 12; Cadet Teach. (0. 11, 12; French Club 10, 11, 12, 1 MILLER, B. KEVIN: HR 304; wres- 12; drama crewhead 10, 11, crew sec. treas. 1l: Drug Comm. 11: کت‎ ting ll; German Club M WEB; NARIBOLI, feels 2 ا‎ ix m 10. drama crews 10, ۱ z moved from Sioux City, Iowa door track ll, tennis 11, 12; Frenc 5 : lub 10 PALMER, THOMAS W.: HR 312; foot- E MOLLER. TORD E; SR 22: pedem COB وروم‎ ws pp ون‎ at RGN Nee EN E ERIT n ig bets ID, 1l. swim- " Dark او ہے‎ EOS edat 12e drenmna اد رای‎ 2 TA ae 10, 1, Pep Club 10, " i TE nr mina ID 11. 12: SPIRIT staff ll. 12: TouR 7 ; ni ‘ep Club 10, , 12; Frenc 10 ops |; 6 58 u a WER mas aa TASSE ADMIS سوہ‎ E ERN کی‎ 11: Model UN 0 1 A drama Teach. 12; drama crew 10, 11. NOR D. Saks a NELSON, GERGORY AN: crew 10, 11, 12; Environ. Action 11, | MINGUS, ROBERT JOHN: HR 121: cafe; indoor track mgr. 10, track 12: Theology Club 11, 12. اي کک‎ a ams HR v.pres. l0; intra. basketball 10, mgr. 10, intra. basketball ll, 12: SARKS. CYNTHIA SORGE: HR 107: UN 12: Debate 10, 11, 12. ` ll; Band: Soph.; French Club 10; Band: Concert 10, Symphonic 11, Marit Sch lee سے‎ endi HH T Lt A AFA a suom شید‎ owe: I2 Hep Hl 1 March. 10 Il: 127 — sec treas. 10, 11, Sr. Senate 12, PETERSON, JAMES DAVID: HR 103. MOLDENHAUER, JAMES ALAN: HR " " " C 2 SPIRIT rep. 12, Pep Club 10, 92 PETERSON. LARRY WAYNE: HR O TE Dances CMD M; le: hey NEWTON, CYNTHIA LOUISE: HR tennis ll; French Club ll, 12, afe.; cross-country 11, 12, football Club 10: track 10, 11, 1Z, swimming 103; Student Council 10; SPIRIT rep. pres. 12, Latin Club 10; Scratch Pad 10 درد رجح کک‎ (fall و‎ ATT: IO, 11, 12 ll; Pep Club 10, in 12, pres. 12; i editor ll, adviser 12. DECA 12 EA. (Vd run VERGI EN Social omm. U; swimming 1 MOORE, WILLIAMS CHARLES: HR German Club 10, ll, 12, pres. 11, PANOS, MARIA: HR 202; Pep Club PICHT. NANCY R.: HR 121; HR sec. Eee sa Boum ar s. i in v.pres. 12; nurse exp. 12; 'Okla- 10, 1l; DECA 12 treas. 11, Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Jr.-Sr. Enc ہیں‎ Chorus Marcnuig امھ‎ caat 10 PARKER, DENNIS LEE: HR 313; foot- Pops 11; WEB; Nurse Exp. 12; crew موی تد‎ det کس‎ irte | NICKEL DAVID ALLEN: HR IMG; Hamo 11, 12, intra. basketball 10, 11712. ICM PONES n Ban Concert , symphonic , 44. ۱ te MORRISON, ROBERT PAUL: HR 103. 12, Pep 11, 12, March. 0, 1). اون‎ PARRISH. DEBORAH JUNE: HR 312; DUM, ELE HH ا‎ PMi T MORTON, MARIAN JEANNE: HR 212; Stage 12; lab. asst ll, lz Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Band: Soph., Senate 12, SPIRIT Rep. 11, Pep Club Pep Club 10, لا‎ 12; A Cappella NILSSON, PAIL EDWARD: HR 121; Concert 10, Symphonic الى‎ 12, 10; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12, gym- : Mie ea Sar „ Mixed DRAN o Band: Concert 10, March. 10, 11. March. 10, 11, 12; Jr.-5r. Pops 11; nastics 11, 12, tennis 11, 12; Dance = Madrigal ent NE: m ہں ںہ ںہ‎ Ane c TERES h. 12; Dance 11; lab. 12: “Crucible” cast 10, crew 10, 11. sec. reds e 0031211513 uviubp ئا‎ DA 1 cai ass ] 5 WEB: Lib. Asst 10; " Oklahoma! " ۱ | PIRTLE, DAVID ALAN: HR IMC. DE cast 10; Rampelstiltskin " ‘cast 10 NORTON, SHIRLEY PATRICIA: HR PAULSON, MARY MARGARET: HR 2 crew 10- Theology Club 1 VMR Pep C Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; 212; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; DECA 12; A E MARIE: HR 210; En- حي بات‎ EL tennis 12. FSL. viron. Action MULLICA, LARRY HOWARD: HR mS i 1 312. A Club 12; football 10, base- — NOSTWCH, MARK DAVID: HR VMR. PEDERSEN JUDITH. ANN: HR 103 POST. KATHLEEN MARIE: HR 207; ball 10, 11, 12. j . HR 207. Orch. 10, A Cappella Choir 11, 12 Student Counci v.pres. ll, : 0 ا ریت ات کن سے دو ییہ۔ رہ کت‎ WIED IE HR 20 M tired Chorus 10, Girls’ Glee 10; HR sec. treas. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, | MUNCY, CAROLE ANNETTE: HR 123. indoor tra Arum Sel Spanish Club 10 11, Rep. 2 Io e UE عدت‎ HIE E onma, - TTMDMI 71 E. TR — ہہ‎ OSTREM R 202 Scratc ad 12: Science Semin: e 1 MUNN, DA ds AR E aL Sonate: Ve: Mel ek n 10. football 12 ri Theology Club 1 Enron AC: Mixed Chorus 10, SE Glee 10; za no. State Il” basketball 10, track 12, intra. bas- tion 11; drama crew 10, 11. French Club 10; DECA 12. il H. E d - - - ۲ b ب-‎ - TÉ ہے‎ سن‎ M ےم‎ ٤۹ کت‎ i ET. p : — -— 3 س‎ - -— كك‎ ee کے ہے‎ x ہے‎ Lo — P 8 am mm ہت‎ PF ni oem — - ہے ہے‎ LL o -79 هه‎ a 1 - L md -—— — - ` - — سے“ سس‎ - L - ہے‎ . nef To 1 1 7 2n 4 ¥ E 2 E g £. كا و ہہس‎ EN 8 LAT A v ‘the Bas . 5 ees es را‎ ۱ l | 5 w- t e - i Y TE 7 va | AL Es 7 1 - ; AMOR " E و‎ Wet M 0 Yt 6 T Ku " aid V. sÅ: QC ay vil pv : می‎ y. ner pe es n 4 یھو وب گا‎ 1 ` ۰ Due to mechanical failure, senior homeroom 210 was forced to meet in the hall in order to keep abreast of datly news. 215 7 ا‎ 10: WEE: cadet ۱ Merit Sch. Letter of Commend: Stu dent Council 10, 1l], 12; HR sec treas. 10, 7 SPIRIT rep. 10; Pep Club 10, 1l, SC Pic Comm. 117 SPIRIT staff il, 12; WEB; German Club 10: Thec ogy Club 10; drama crew 10. SEXTON, MATTHEW E. HR 212 Student Council 12; SC Soda omm. 12; golf 10, il, 12, intra. take oe | 10, WE 11, swimming 10, 7 moved from Sumner, lowe 1969. SEXTON, PATRICK E; HR 102; Ir. Exec.: golf 10, 11, 12, infra. basket ball 10, 11, 12, swimming 10: Boys' State 1l. DECA 12: moved fom Sumner, lowa 1 SHAFFER, TERESA MARIE: HR 21Z; 1 11; HR Student Council res. IZ Sr. Senate; GRA teach. 12. SHANK, MATT WYATT: HR 210: transfer from St. John's Military Academy, Delafield, Wis.: Silver Rifle Club 11; Red Platoon Drill Team ll; soccer 10, 11: swimming 10, 1l. SHARLIN, SHIFRA FAYE: HR 304;5 Merit Sch. Letter of Commend: Pep Club 10; French Club 10, 12; cadet teach. 12: Dance 10, 12; spent | ear of ‘70-71 in Silver Spring, Main SHAY, MICHAEL B.: HR 101; from Oak Park, Ill. 1971. SHERICK, MARTHA JO: HR 103; Art Club 10, 11, 12. SHERMAN, VALERIE ANN: HH cate; moved Pep Club 11; Jr.-Sr. Pops 1l; Mixed Chorus 10. SIEDELMANN, CYNTHIA SUE: HH VMR; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Drill WEB. Team 11, 12, capt., 12; SIMMONS, KEN: HR 212; German Club 11. | SIMON, LORI JANE: HR IMC; Merit | Sch. Letter of Commend.; Girls’ Glee 10; cadet teach. 12. 1 SAOR, Had fe It ALLEN: HR cate SMITH. LETITIA ANN: HR 121: Pe Club 10, 1l, 12; B in 183167 10, 11: Mixed Chorus 10; SMITH, SCOTT ROBERT: HR VMR; DECA 12; Thespians 12. SNIDER, RANDALL WESLEY: HR IMC: Spanish Club 10. SODERHOLM, PAUL MARSHALL: HR 101: intra. basketball 11, 12; Band: Concert 10, Symphonic il, 12, Pe 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Ensemble 10, 11. SOGARD, LOU ANN GAIL; HR 101; Jr. Exec.; ee Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; DECA 12. SONDROL, TAMARA JANE: HR 210; Student council treas.; HR v-pres. 10: HR sec. treas. 12; SPIRIT rep. 3 12: Stud. Serv. Comm. 11; Pep Club | 10, 11; Synchronettes 10; WEB: YFU Germany. SORRELS, JAMES D.: HR 121. SOUKUP, LON THOMAS: HR 1Zl; moved from Owatonna, Minn.: Band: March., Stage, Concert: Or- chestra; wrestling, baseball. SPENCER, DANNY L.: HR 210; A- Club 11, 12; football 10, 11, 12, wrestling 10, 11, 12, track 10, base- ball 10, 11. SPROWELL, ROBERT CHARLES: HR 207: A-Club 11, 12; swimming 10, 3 11, 12; WEB; cadet teach. 12. STAFFORD, BRIAN JAMES: HR 202; Ir. Exec.: Boys’ Serv. Comm. 10, j , ll; Stud. Serv. 11 RUE 11, 12; cross- country 10 10, 11 capt. 12, indoor track 10, یی‎ 10, 11, tennis 12, intra. AES 10, ll. 12: Latin Club 10; SPIRIT staff 1]. 12: WEB; Boys’ State ll; nurse exp. 12; lab. ass't. YFU Finland. Reps of the Ames League of Women Voters held voter registration for Ames Hi Students. P 0M كد‎ wr - SON Let oL SL یئوفیو شس شس‎ LZ RUSSELL, DEAN C.: HR 103; indoor track 11, 12, track 10, 11, 12; Ban Concert 10, Symphonic 11, 12, Per 11, 12, March. 10, n 12, Stage 12. SAILSBURY, PAUL 7 HR VMR; in- door track 10, track 10. SANDVE, JOHN A.: HR IMC: indoor track 10, 11; T I. SATRE, JOLENE KAY: HR 210: SPIRIT rep. 11; Pep Club 10, 11: A Cappella Choir ll, 12, Mixed Cho- rus 10, Madrigal 10, 11: French Club 11, 12; DECA 12; “The Cruci- ble' 10, crew 10. SAYRE, BRAD M.: HR 121; Spanish Club 10, 11; WEB; drama crew 10. SCHMIDT, RICK C.: HR 210; base- ball 10, 11, 12; German Club 10, 11. SCHLAPIA, DARYL DEAN: HR 7: DECA 12. SCHMIDT, SARA ANN: HR 202. SCHNEIDER, LARRY J.: HR 207; cross country ll, 12, indoor track 11, 12, track 11, 12, intra. basket- ball. 10, 11, 12. SCHOENEMAN, JEFFREY L.: HR 202; football 12, wrestling 12, indoor track 12, track 12. SCHOLTEN, JAMES WILLIAM: HR 107: A-Club 10, 11, 12: track 1l, ASH basketball ll, 12, swimming SCHROEDER, DAVID O.: HR 207; German Club 11, 12: Art Club 10, 11, 12; DECA 12; moved from Sioux City, lowa. SCHWARTZ, ROBERTA JEANNE: HR 107; Pep Club 10, با1‎ GRA 10: drama crew 10 SCOTT, JANE MARIE: HR 312: Pe Club 10; Spanish Club 10, ll, vi pres. 12: Dance 11, 12. SEROVY, MARY LYNN: HR 313: " 0 hr ي‎ i RHINEHART, DIANE KAY: HR 4: Art Club Science Seminar 10; drama crews 10, 1l RHOADS, MARY KATHRYN: HR IMC; HR sec. treas. 10; Pep Club 10, 1l; gymnastics ll; DECA 12. RICHARDS, DUANE M.: HR 312; A- Club 12: íall track 10, 1l, 12; cross country 1l, 12; indoor track 10, 11 12: track 10, 11, 12; intra. basket- bal] 10, 11, 12; WEB. RIGGS. ANDREW D.: HR 212: HR sec. treas. 10, A-Club 11, 12; fall track 10, golf 10, ll, swimming mgr. 10. 11; Band: Concert 10, March. 10; Spanish Club 10; SPIRIT staff 11, 12; WEB; DECA 12. ROGERS, HELGA SANDVE: HR 103; HR sec. treas. 11; DECA 12. ROHRBOUGH, DEBRA KAY: HR cafe.; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Synchro- nettes 10, 11; GRA 10: Drill Team 11, 12: DECA 12. ROSEWELL, EMILY RUTH: HR 107; SC Human Rights Comm. 10; Mixed Chorus 10; Girls’ Glee 10; French Club 11, 12, Latin Club 10; Scratch Pad 11; lib. ass't. 10, 11, 12; " Begq- gar on Horseback” cast 1l. Ei JIM M.: HR 304; swimming ROYER, TERI J.: HR VMR; Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10: golí 10, swimming 11١ WEB: Office Ed. RUNYAN, MARY L.: HR IMC; A تی‎ Choir 11, 12, Mixed Chorus irls' Glee 10; drama crews 10. RUSHING, CLAUDIA SE Thespians ll, 12; " Oklahoma! " 10, 'Rumpelstiltskin " 10, " The Cruci- a en One-Acts 10, 11, crews 10, RUSK, RICHARD PAUL: HR cate.: Merit Sch. semifinalist; Environ. Ac- tion 12; Spanish Club 12 HR 121]; POWELL, SUSAN LYNN: HR 202; Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10, 11, 12, Pe Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; Band: Atem Concert 10, Symphonie 10, 12. officer 12, 9 12, March. 10 4: 3125 Orch. 0 Ensemble 0 ped Choir 0 Madrigal Rech Club 10, nurse exp. 12 drama crew 0 POWERS, MELODY MAY: HR 107; Pep Club 10, 11, 12: GRA 10; Band: Symphonic 10, 11, 12, March. 10, 11, 12; Orch. 10: Spanish Club 10, IF Office Ed. 12, lab. ass't ll; Theology Club 10, 11; Drama crew 10. PRICE, RICHARD LEE: HR 121. PRICE, ROBERT N.: HR ۰ PRIOR, RAYMOND JAMES: HR 210; Band: Soph., Symphonic 10, March. 10; German Club 10. PROVOW, RONALD D.: HR 207; Student Council 10, 11, Sr. Senate, SC Curriculum Comm. 11; fall track 10, cross-country .12, wrestling 10, ll, 12, tennis 10. PYLE, JOYCE KAY: HR 312; Student Council 12, HR sec. treas. ll, 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Mixed Chorus 10; Spanish Club ll; Nurse Exp. 12; UN trip. RANDOL, LORI LEE: HR 313; HR sec. treas. 10; Cheersquad 10 07 12, capt. 12; Jr. Exec. Sec.: SPIRIT rep. 12: Pep Club 10, 11, 12. RASMUSSEN, PAMELA JO: HR 210: Hall Monitor 12; Pep Club 10: French Club 10, 1l. RASMUSSEN. WILLIAM RO 202; Athletic Dept. asst joy 1 Thespians ll, 1 , pres, 12; ‘'Okla- homa!'' cast 10. Beggar on Horse- ae cast 1], drama crews 10 216 basketball 10, track 10, intra. bas- ketball 11, 12. YOUNG, JOHN READ: HR IMC; Band: Symphonic ll, 12, Pep 12, March. 10, 11, 12; French Club 11; Newcomers Club: moved from Still- water, Okla. YOUNG, PAMELA ANN: HR 312; HR v.pres, 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; Spanish Club 10; WEB: cadet teach. 12. YOUNG, WILLIAM ROY: HR IMC; A-Club 10; wrestling 10; VICA 12. ZAFFARANO, Dc MARIE: HR 313; Pep Club 10, یا ا اک‎ 10 11: Drill Team Mh. Dance 11, 12; r.-or. Pops ll; Mixed Chorus 10, Girls’ Glee 10; drama crew 10. WILLIAMS, KYLE D.: HR 304; HR v.pres. 12; A-Club 11, 12; Fire Squad 10; Stud. Serv. Comm. 1l; football 10, 11, 12, basketball 10, 11, track 10, 11, 12: Boys’ State 11; DECA 12. WILLIAMS, RICK L.: HR 103. WILSON, VICKI LYN: HR 207; HR sec. treas. 10; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; Cadet Teach. 12: drama crew 12. WINTON, SS کر‎ HR cale.; wrestling , 12, indoor track 11, 12, Een ul 19. T I 12. WOOD, SHERYL DEANNE: HR 107; Mixed Chorus 10, A Cappella Choir ] 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, 12; 12; drama crew 1l. HR VMR; A- 104551112; cadet teach. YORK, KENNETH V.: ll, 12; football Club “I'll teach you how to swing!” Dan Doud helps Charla Thies with the fundamentals of golf at the senior picnic. 217 TOWNSEND, STEPHEN LLOYD: HR VMR: cross country 10, 1l], indoor track 10, l], track 10, Il, intra. basketball 11. TURNER, TIM CURTIS: HR 207. TWEED ا‎ Se ANN: HR 212; Pe Club 10. 12; Synchronettes 10, 11, 12; French 10; Art club 12, cadet teach. 12. TYSSELING. JOHN CHARLES: HR 121; A-Club 11, 12, Student Council Comm. chm. football 10, ll, 12, basketball 10, ll, golf 10, ll, 12: SPIRIT staff 12, WEB ULMER, JOHN WILEY: HR 107; Stu- dent Council 10, 11, 12; SC 51 rliamentarian ll, parilamentarian 2: HR v.pres. 10, ll; SC Welfare Comm. 10, SC Curriculum Comm. 11, SC Election Comm. 12; fall track ہ10‎ cross-country 0 indoor track 10: Band: Concert 10, Spanien 10, Orch. 10; کی رش‎ Clu j lib. ass't. 11, 12: Debate 10, 11, UNTRAUER, MARY LISA: HR 304; Pep Club 10, 11; GRA 10; Jr.-Sr. $t 11; WER; Dance 11, 12; DECA VAUGHN, VICKI LYNN: HR 103; Of- fice Ed. 12; lab. asst. ۰ WARD, ANDREW HOOK: HR 210; SPIRIT staff 11, 12; Art Club 10, 11, 12; ` Midsummer's Night Dream” cast 12; crews 12: VICA 12. WARD, JANET LEE: HR 312; Ir.-Sr. Pops 1l; cadet teach. 12; New- comers Club treas. 1l. WARMAN, SUE ELLEN: HR VMR; Pep Club 10; Synchronettes 11, 12; GRA 10; A Cap ella Choir ll, 12, Mixed Chorus (0: French Club 10, ll: cadet sack. 12; Dance 10; drama crew 10. WARNER, DON E.: HR 207; fall track 10, indoor track 10, track 10, intra. basketball 10. WARREN, TERRY ROBERT: HR 202; A-Club 11, 12: football 10, 11, 12, capt. 12, basketball 10, 11, track 11, golf 10. WASS, KAREN ELAINE: HR IMC; Girls’ Serv. Comm. . 12, chm. 12: Pep Club 10, 1l, 12: GRA 10: tennis ll, 12: Mixed Chorus 10: French Club 10, 11, 12, pres. 12; SPIRIT staff 11, 12; WEB; Drama crew 10. WATSON, swimming 1l WATERS, JOAN MAUREEN: HR 121; HR sec. treas. 10; Jr. Exec.; Sr. Senate sec.; Club 10, 1l, 12; GRA 10; Mixed Chorus 10: French Club 10, 11, 12; WEB: YFU Holland. WEBSTER, CATHERINE ELIZABETH: HR 127. Pep Club 10; Girls’ Glee 0 French Club 10; drama crew JEFFREY R.: HR 107; WELCH, MICHAEL J.: HR 212; Drug Comm. ll, 12; Science Seminar 10, 11: drama crew 11, 12. WESSMAN, JONATHAN: HR 304; foot- ball 10, intra. basketball 10, 11, 12. WEST, ROBERT JAMES: HR 103; Student Council 12; HR EES 10; football 10, baseball 10, ; WESTWICK, MICHELLE ANNETTE: HR 313; moved from Kabul, Afghan- istan. WEUVE, GARY ALLYN: HR cale; wrestling 10, track 10, intra. basket- ball 11; DECA 12. WHITE, JAMES L.: HR VMR. WIERSON, BARBARA ANN: HR 10); Pep Club 10 015. Band: Concert 10, 11, e i mV E N DANIEL i HR 212; ient ball 10, 12, indoor track 10, ] 12, Mure o 11, 12, intra. basket- ball 10, 11. WIERSON, DENISE R.: HR 210: Pep Club 10; DECA 12. 8 STEPHENSON, CRAIG WILLIAM: HR STONE, LAURA ALLEN: HR 107; SC Student Welfare Comm. 12: Art Club 10, 12. STRAKER, SHIRLEY LYNN: HR 207. STRITZEL, MARLA JEAN: HR 313; Cheers x 10. ll; Student Coun- cil 10, Pep Club 10, 1}, ue ee E e Comm., chm. 12; rm- nastics ll, 12: French Club iP " 2: WEB: Mixed Chorus 10; cadet teach. 12- Dance 12; Girls' State ll; drama crew 0 batgirl 10, 11, 12. STRODTMAN, DAVID JOHN: HR 121; tennis 10: Band: Concert 10, Sym- onic ll, 12; Pep l, March. " 10, l, 12. drum major 12. stage 7: German Club 10. STUVE, DOROTHY ELLEN: HR 212; Orch. 10, 11, 12. SULLIVAN, TERRENCE MICHAEL: HR 312: fall track 10, indoor track 10, 11, track 10. SVEC, JEAN MARIE: HR 304; Stu- dent Council ll, 12; HR v.pres. 10, 11; SPIRIT rep. 10; SPIRIT staíf 11; Dance 12. SWAN. KATHRYN MARY: HR 103: Pep Club 10, 11, 12; GRA 10; French Club 1l; Dance 10. SWENSON, KATHRYN ANNE: HR cafe.- Girls’ Serv. Comm. 10; Stud. iz Comm. 10; Pep Club 10; A TI Choir " 11: Mixed Chorus B; cadet teach. 12; Dance 10. UN PAUL M.: HR 313; Stu- dent Council ll, 12; Sr. Senate v.- res.:- A-Club 1l, 12; Fire Squad 0: Stud. Serv. Comm. v.pres. ll, SC Student Interest Comm. chm 12, cross-country 10, 11, 2 indoor track 10, 11, 12, basketball 10, 11, track 10, 1l, 12, intra. basketball »12; French Club 10, 11. SWENSON, RICHARD MARK: HR 304; Key Club 11, 12, pres. 12; New- comers Club co-chm. 11, advisor 12; Band: Symphonic 11, Pep 11, March. 11: moved from Columbia, Mo TALBERT, KENNETH EARL: HR 212; Student Council 12, HR v.pres. 10, HH sec. treas. 12, SPIRIT rep. 12, SC Social Comm. 12; football 12, tennis 12, intra. basketball 12, Spanish Club 10: SPIRIT staff 12; spent year of 70-71 in Stockholm, Sweden. TALBOT, iet LYNN: HR IMC: SPIRIT Re Pep Club 10; A Cappella um 11 2, Mixed Cho- rus 10, Girls’ Glee 10; French Club 10, 11, 12; nurse exp. 12. TANNOUS, WADAD: HR 121. TEMPLETON, JOYCE LYNETTE: HR 101; Pep Club 10; Office Ed. 12. TESDALL, DORAN WALTER: HR 304; wrestling 1G; 3L TESDALL, REBECCA T.: HR 210; HR sec. treas. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12: Drill Team 11, 12, co-capt. 11; French Club 11, 12; nurse exp. 12. THEODOSOPOULOS, MIKE: HR 312. THIES, CHARLA CAROL: HR 207; HR v.pres. 12, UH Club 10, 11, 12, Cabinet 12; Drill Team 1l, 1 master 12; Twirler 10, 11 twirler 12; Cadet Teach. 12. THOMAS, STEVEN R., HR 103: intra. basketball 11. THURSTON, CAROL SUE: HR 202: SPIRIT rep. 12, Pep dus 10, 11, 12; tennis ll; French Club 11, 12. TIFFANY JUS MARIE: HR 309; HR v.pres. 10, 1 TIMMONS, JOSIE KATHLEEN: HR 312; Student Council 12, SPIRIT rep. 10, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, SC Social Comm. 12: GRA 10. WEB: Dance 10, 11, DECA 12, sec. treas. 12; lib. ass't. 11. TOSTLEBE, MELANIE RAE: HR 313; Pep Club 10: Drill Team 11. 12; Spanish Club 10; Cadet Teach. 12. u 4 ACA P, 6 247 ت‎ ; a M. fy n " 9 ET mip zw " " m T. 7 a E SV 9۹ yw cn V 4 e x — WWW MERT'S NORGE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING VILLAGE 129 Lincoln Way Ames, lowa 4 0 " 5 . di P h , Pr: c 3 I, - Aj LI 4 L4 1. B سس‎ E ١ الى " ‎ 8 ۱ e E 1 4 (od - up " 7 MEL تعد‎ 1 | © ir : I = t “See how nice your clothes come out at Norge's, " say sophomores Sherry Brown and Jan Tuttle. | | ۱ ۱ ۱ ۱ GO FIRST CLASS HERBS PHILLIPS | VARSITY CLEANERS It's Performance That Counts! " Quality Dry Cleaning " Complete Laundry Service " 412 South Duff Tune-ups, Batteries, 232-5495 Shocks, Accessories MES Heated 25c Self-Service Wash Stall Ph. 232-1055 All First Class Phillips Products 218 REALLY SAUCED‏ ا " Chris Gammack, Cathy Friedrich, and Patty Kelton enjoy their pizza from the Pizza Hut. WeDewell ا‎ All Types of Personal AE and Commercial Insurance Agency, Incorporated Steve Ostrum “Look your best, " says sophomore Ken Van Fossen, " shop the University Shop. " Ray Peterson - —À. c 7 — — À— á——— M—À À— = — —- — vere Ba E hé 5 zou apte pret Ph. 232-640] 426-5th Street Ames, lowa ‘ an " ET jinna us " T E " ° 1 . سے تی‎ ar” ! 2 1 j Dte roast ےر‎ fy a وو‎ 00 0 basses eee ا‎ | : 4م وعم‎ sviar“ (i سر ھی‎ ۱ 1 سم‎ ari» uur " IZ M eng TPT CCDC. vA n AM ble . wenee. Bene | | $ 4 Sulit " . وص ری الا بد‎ dag شی ای ام‎ i » XN : —— a " | وو‎ ۶٤ 3 Y ae ۹ : | e E " $4 8 و‎ -J » " Y, , , 2r 1 و“‎ = z (2. m i s ۶ ; f برعلہ‎ " " A4 4 ار‎ d y J ee " 1 ۱ S LEM — Tr, 2 ١ 1 ١ | = " . - p " ' i 0 0 9 = Um = ٦ ` ZEN — à |) a aÒ- - لم‎ she Ju Saal سرک اک تس‎ io. oir Lk T T 7 » Fu: ا ل ل‎ as 2 4. " 4 ] | dm ۰ +ووھ‎ ۹ 4 ۸ d . Y a T ) Y } owe 0 i " e 9 j 7 ye y$ E a - 0) y í e +; - a t = - a اس‎ testrenn 9 کے‎ yr Ph. 232-6342 و چ . 1 eee‏ 8 نر 308 Main 1 L No tA, You won't see Carla Burns fishing around while 7 | on the job at Oslund's Drug Store. 219 ALLEN MACHINE and SUPPLY CO. Phone 232-6505 Apparel of Distinction 224 Duff 308 Main St. Ames Congradulations to the class of 1972 3. wee e eevee e " - adorare " 0 " ۰ م‎ وی مہم‎ مہ‎ oe 2@eerrr.,. “ 44 84 - - eT‏ ہے کو " ہت » 646064867 " 24: “a 5 E.. TPTY TT LAAVA نمیم رہ رآ‎ LTI T CECE” sets Fen?” : " . AE eh ete ce, ‘ea csv 7 " " T e 2 " B Long 7, کیو ید‎ سے“‎ I ور‎ ei کی‎ 7 GC " aw Lu pee“ ro FTPA EE م “او‎ س ا‎ B 5: sve” Sarah Grant is smart; she shops Olive's where she knows there is a wide selection from which to choose in the latest fashions. ¥ ا " |. uM NO WO S Connoisseur of fine food, Mark Dekovic comes to the Cave Inn where he knows he'll get good service and good food. THE CAVE-INN 126 Welch PH 232-3333 FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN CITY LIMITS “Finest Pizza In Town” ‘P| ° 77 easing you, pleases us D 0 ہم " ‎ 1 الوه‎ d d D ۹ 5 OMNE í DEN a و‎ Y | 3 UT. EF ۱ : 1 ٠١ - ' سے‎ ` E y 5 o = 3 . Ae 2 “Look at this!’ Debby Kingsbury points to a poster FURNITURE CARPET COMPANY showing Student Supply has a wide variety of books. J02 Merkit trae STUDENT SUPPLY STORE SEE US FOR ALL 2424 Lincolnway f mes, lowa 39919 YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES Ph. 232-7665 | 220 i rj bre h (pia) s " d . SANDY'S " Puts the fun into eating out!” Pictured above are Ames High's Lyndl Eberhart, Vicki Gilbert and Carol Chantland serving Sandy's customers, CARRYOUT—DINING ROOM SIDEWALK CAFE SERVICE 2 ` [Kids from AHS, Mark Newton, Dave Loseke, Serving 10075 Beef—Quality Products Mark Newton, Randy Parrish, play an important part in food preparation. Sunday Thursday: 9 a.m. to Midnite; Friday —Saturday: 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. 218 WELCH — CAMPUSTOWN — AMES 221 UNIVERSITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Service to Ames and Central lowa 56 Years of Banking . 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 arowing with Ames since 1916. More than 55senior classes ago, we began our long tradition of wanting to serve you better. ` = = | , Saba ESS SOY EA Ê 0 Campustown and Do wntown . 1'0 Serve You Better a د‎ m سم 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 MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION GENERAL FILTER COMPANY Design—Construction—Erection PRODUCTS: 6 . ىق“ صھ E‏ lron Removal Filters Water Softeners Aerators and Degasifiers Ma rum «vu حاوف‎ H اع‎ F BUILDERS AND HUNZIKER FURMAN REALTY Ph. 232-4121 A 51. Te RESQUE ناما‎ dct 232-4214 Real Estate Sales 803 24th St. Chemical Feed Equipment Coagulators and Mixers Swimming Pool Equipment 222 CHARCO'S DRIVE-INN RESTAURANT —Featuring— Broiled Hamburgers Hiway 69 South Ames Caught in action at Charco's are seniors Lisa Zaffarano, Curt Cobb, and Clare Anderson. comin poop ` ۔‎ L5 T€ PAN ١ Congratulations, Seniors! S. HANSON LUMBER CO. INC. 212 Duff Ph. 232-5152 Kuehl's House of Insurance Lower Level First National Bank Bldg. Ames, lowa 50010 Bus. 232-5660 - Res. 233-2150 WEIRSON TV APPLIANCE S WI نے‎ Service with a smile is senior Terry Emdia's motto while working at Kentucky Fried Chicken. KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN NORTH GRAND PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER " WE SERVICE ALL MAKES” Admiral Gene Wierson, Owner 109 Kellogg Ave. Ames 223 SOMEPLACE ELSE 125 Welch Ave. Campustown 232-3000 | STEVENS MEMORIAL CHAPEL 24-Hour Ambulance Service Linda Beal arranges a few of the many varied styles of earrings at Someplace Else. Congratulations to the Class of 72! 28th and Grand Ames, lowa 50010 Ph. 232-5473 ١ - k ! 5 T em E te E = LA “a a v= ٦ Foie »‏ موب ھ فا نام 1 UNION STORY E d : : , TRUST .تا‎ SAVINGS BANK “Your Friendly Main Street Bank” Main ct Burnett Ph. 232-2362 ١ E » ee Office at North Grand ` 5 X! ` i4 و‎ Shopping Center Congratulations, Seniors! “Let's see, if I make the check out for two hundred, it should last two weeks, " says senior Kathy Holthaus. 224 ار RESTAURANT as شی‎ TE 3 sy t Open Pit Barbeque = iat B. Deb Christianson takes an order from Ken Talbert epe and his mystery date at Hickory Park Restaurant. EXER i CREEL اس ا‎ e yare we " 1 v T SE o " ( 5 a ١ : للا‎ Blows - 4 جا‎ crc | ad 2 5 XH ج‎ YS ? لل‎ 1 SKETCH BY MARY CLARE DENISEN, ۵0۵7 Best wishes to the class of 1972 HILDEBRAND PHARMACY 12TH AND DUFF RAY JEWELERS Quality Diamonds REGISTERED JEWELERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY 236 Main Street GIFT AND CHINA SHOP China—Crystal Decorating Accessories 413 Douglas Ph. 232-4215 7 “These look really cute!” exclaims senior Peg Mickle as Precision Typewriters ١ she looks over the wide selection at Engeldinger’s. Office Supplies == Cameras Engeldinger s MODERN OFFICE OUTFITTERS YOUNG PEOPLE'S OUTFITTERS 314 Main 232-4705 203 Main St. Phone 232-2467 ° ne a - y M an» A 3 rm‏ پر یں LE)» Lr‏ ےس ب رہہ حول ہہ omy سی‎ 220 your order at Bee Vee Drive-In. RIGHT: Peggy Barr is always ready to take y their orders. » TOP: “What should I get?” decides Wendy Jo while Suste and Cheryl en Just Driving Around 24th and Grand After School, After the Game, Or If You're IN BEE VEE DRIVE PETERSON OK HARDWARE 230 Main 232-3054 AMES PANTORIUM Finest in Cleaning 410 Douglas Ph. 232-4302 Larry Sorenson helps a customer by showing | iim the complete line of tools at Peterson OK Hardware. It pays to look your best. Let a professional dry cleaner take care of your clothes. hrs AI 1 11 i ring Ah ١ THE BEST OF CARE FOR BETTER WEAR AMPLE FREE PARKING 508 Lincolnway Ph. 232-2952 IIA 777 ORNING GLASS CO. 1 uning one of the guitars at Eschbachs, iz prepares to demonstrate her hidden talents. Auto Glass—Mirrors—Plate Glass 319 Lincolnway 232-3764 MUSIC HOUSE 302 Main 227 party is hard even at Ames Fruit? AMES FRUIT GROCERY Decisions! Decisions! Choosing food for a Nanci Gutma Colorado and Lincolnway 24th and Grand | 2nd and Elm HILL'S STUDIO 2530 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-4570 Congratulations, Class of 1972 LOOKING INTO THE FUTURE: To build or buy your own home as soon as you are financially able is wise...and will pay good dividends. H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. ESTABLISHED 1891 Main and Duff Ames, lowa We Are Pleased to Serve You — Whatever Your Needs — LARGE or small 228 RICHARDS’ RESTAURANT Noon and Evening CENTRAL IOWA'S Finest Buffet Eating out at Richards’ Restaurant is a , real treat for senior Sally Medford. - B ? 00 Macc SHOP AND COMPARE... ANYWHERE! FOR FEATURES! FOR VALUE! FOR PRICE! FRANGOS RESTAURANT FOUNTAIN SERVICE PIZZA STEAK and CHOPS | DECA student Barb Brown works | hard in the office at Montgomery Ward's. 210 Main Street Ph. 232-9710 united REAL ESTATE INSURANCE BILL NAIRN ZAC DUNLAP BOB CAREY JIM TRAGER EARL HOLTZ TOM CAREY DEAN KNUTSON MARY JANE FISHER 110 Main Street eM کک‎ | CHEVROLET Jct. New 30 69 Ames 233-2211 pom E Sales Every Night Till Nine 1971 Miss Iowa, Cindy Helmers, has some com- petition with a car from George White, HENRY’S DRIVE-IN OPEN YEAR ROUND Sunday-Thursday 10 A.M.-11 P.M. Friday-Saturday 10 A.M.- 12 Midnight Ph. 232-5613 524 Lincoln Way Ames, lowa Whenever you get hungry or thirsty, come on down to Henry’s where Jim, Lynn, Paula and Jeff will be happy | to serve you. | Everts} FLOWERS ٠ GIFTS ٠ CANDIES: 412 Burnett Ph. 232-5635 Flower up like Nancy Newell and shop at Everts. SINCE 1914 PAUL R. JONES SHEET METAL CO. Ph. 232-6252 364 S. Duff “Builders of Homes Tailored for Living” BLISS CONSTRUCTION CO. AMES, IOWA Heating, Air Conditioning and Spouting 230 " Get Your Hands on a Toyota and you'll never let go.” Whatoff Motor Co. Serving Ames CABE W لو‎ SX 292-1360 Led for 43 years 8۹۳ m | 3605 CYCLONE COUNTRY BLVD. FAR EWAY STORES ECONOMICAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION THE BEST IN MEATS ORCHARD-FRESH FRUITS OVEN FRESH PASTRIES When you walk into Fareway, Gary Liming and Al Van Doren will be there to greet you. e IT - = P88 وي‎ ae ہے‎ T «x . w. P -— e Lr " pt I. ' 1 EV. 4. 1 ۱ 1 ا‎ NENE العا‎ BN es Mi عم كيد‎ - Urb deat Le] وج‎ A we RV TA E 7 " " . i (4 « 1 ecu Ee T bei ریت‎ E LL e Mere 0 “os? ا‎ Why A دح‎ x " i ا‎ 1 de 1ك‎ Gu tmann Photographie Service Satisfaction Guaranteed 612 5th Street 231 2500 Lincoln Way i Benson Motor, Inc. Buick, Opel, American Motors 5th and Douglas “Say, I like this one! " Sharon tells Danny while shopping for cars at Benson Motors. . - 4 کے . T, : 1 , Kus P | 5 h a et اس‎ MS. LS , 3 " afa " 8ڑ‎ j ج‎ ae eae 4 سے‎ 5 - : LJ 9 0 0 jj f o ۹ ئا‎ X. 5 » c E nie. M re 0 8 0 -— » ٠ [ ' i E BH Big or small, Scott Nichols and Frank Schneider will serve you all with the Des Moines Register. DES MOINES REGISTER AND TRIBUNE 301 V2 Kellogg PAINT—PLYWOOD—LUMBER AND ALL OTHER BUILDING SUPPLIES Open Saturdays until 4 o'clock ١ giv .. ) VEMM BE $- ٦ ۱ i i " 1 So yarn LSY d " JA » i 7 وه‎ " a vy " ۸ " A 7 گے‎ n Ti ھچ‎ Mo i ١ 1 1 gat EA Lk Oe Oye ES. A pat " 5 w کے‎ VM i " N : گر‎ Á ES 4 d.» AM apie 5 U $ M , LE T 4 کی‎ hes? 1 af hs T» 7 e, انمه ۷ وی بک AN‏ , ۔- م 0 1١ Tua " “ , fe. Main and Northwestern Ph. 232-2372 COLLEGE PIPE SHOP Your Corner OIL English Pipe and Tobacco Store Corner of Lincoln Way and Welch You expect more from Standard .. ..and you get it! “NAME BRANDS YOU KNOW” RCA-MAGNAVOX-PIONEER FRIGIDARE-WESTINGHOUSE DIVISION OF AMERICAN OIL CO. AMERICAN MOTOR CLUB Across From the Highway Commission Heated 25c Self-Service Car Wash Complete Car Service Sales and Service W " EH و‎ 335 Lincoln Way Ames 232 FASTCO DRUG Ph. 232-3161 Since 1948 | " Mommy, if I only get one can I have a coloring book too? " pleads Johnny while shopping with his mother at Fastco's. | تسد‎ 121 Main af wwe AMES' ONLY PHOTO FINISHERS Use Our Film Drop P.O. 908 232-7363 1 ) ۶ كب‎ © gu -. 0000 35 Foe WHY te NC تن‎ r f T e LP 7 A ريكاب كذ " سمه " ‎ LI 5 - " ur " P v T» ٠ ELA B ans " —— " PT VT 11 0 et A 0 E y Me Bee و‎ wu n ڈو رو‎ oO. A D Ly. Tax. ۹ ' : 71 یدک‎ At , 4 V ih LE جم‎ re . e. E ure on E. B ١ A) TET ` ANS “اليد‎ ۸ ar ` Sa ` errr it 0 مم حل‎ A, : CPS, CU toma 0 E تا اش‎ ws ‘3 5 کی‎ TIT DNI Ed vro «de TE EU Se af EE TET V ne LANDSBERG-KLUFA PHARMACY University Rexall Lincolnway and Stanton Ph. 232-5175 یو جک — nr if it it Maria and Buffy find that displaying merchandise such || as these beer mug s is an important part of retailing. AXTELLS Gifts-Cards-Candles-Photo Finishing DOWNTOWN AMES GRAND AVENUE SERVICE 13th GRAND 232-4631 ۰ ol‏ ہک e‏ ود ve eo‏ — سس سا د eS‏ سطسل هه هه يس و — NL‏ M‏ B‏ 233 BROWN-SHOE FIT Nationally Advertised Brands 1 313 Main Ph. 232-6633 With the Young Person in Mind WEAVER'S JEWELERS “If the shoe fits, buy it, at Browns! " says. Tod d Sand as 232-4233 2416 Lincolnway Peeking out from behind the counter while on the job at Randall's is Gordon Meyer. OPEN Th AME ISCOUNT FOODS A EVERY DAY D », ts s Jar: T ا‎ We Offer مرو‎ ۹ مو — - c ۰ a? E ۱ l 7 4 pe am N ل‎ سی‎ A سے‎ 1 » ۱ - " ٦ " AEN Matt Koupal makes himself at home while waiting for his car to be repaired at Paul's Conoco. PAUL'S CONOCO SERVICE 6th and Douglas Ph. 232-4544 234 PE ۹ i à E ١ AD ے٤‎ » 1 i ہمہ 7 ۱ 7 1 7 سب‎ : l : i 4 As ۱ اج‎ ۱ 05 x Cow y 4 à Du, P, A olor-Lite 7 W (4, Af X Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Acquiring job experience and making money at the same time is an advantage of being on D.E.C.A. as Jeff, Lisa and Bill point out. " A mm Keeping up with the fashions, Holly Cassidy models a coordinated outfit at Bobby Rogers. bobby Kogers 312 Main 2406 Lincoln Way Ph. 232-5314 Ph. 232-6850 As you can tell by looking at Barb, these furs, on sale at Archie’s, are very soft and snuggly. GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIR Boots and Loafers 107 WELCH IN CAMPUSTOWN 239 THE FAMILY PLACE Friendly service awaits you at Mr. Steak where Debbie and Craig are ready to make your meal more enjoyable. ہے ”5 " m “Pssst ... Gotcha!” Laura Stone tests the many fragrances of cologne at Rexalls in the North Grand shopping center. North Grand Rexali Drug North Grand Shopping Center WALTER REXALL DRUG 217 Main PRONTO FOOD Pronto KITCHENS INC. P. O. Box 723 . Area Code 515-233-1001 AMES, IOWA 50010 Ph 236 ہس E E‏ بی مت a 2 l‏ کا KY T) ۹ — = i " s w. " ‏ Congratulations to the Class of 1972 and Continued Success to Ames High THE McFARLAND CLINIC اوي COE'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS MI DWEST 6th and Grand Ph. 232-5432 CHARTER BUS Pretty as a picture junior Meg James fits in along with the flowers at Coes House of Flowers. er F ra E k res 1 ہے‎ 4 m b ' fi. 7 اہ‎ 4 E - b 232-7270: Ames, la. TRANSPORTATION INC. 1501 East Lincolnway SANDWICHES THAT ARE SATISFYING MAID-RITE COPYRIGNT 1934-MAID-RITE PRODUCTS INC 423 Main Where Friends Meet to Eat Trying to stay out of the pickles Mary and Kris prepare delicious Maid-Rites. 230 H m) Loyd’ Dairy Stores 2502 Lincoln eu - Dial 232.2515 WATCHES MAIN DUFF CAMPUSTOWN OMEGA — TISSOT ١ Headquarters For Smart Jewelry Styles All set to serve you from a selection of 30 flavors of CARAVELLE - SPORTS STYLES ice cream are Kathy Swan, Kathy Hoff and Ron Leibold. AND FASHION WATCHES 8ى ROSS’ STEAK AND CAKES‏ 436 SOUTH DUFF OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK | 1 As Kevin Hoff demonstrates at Ames Beverage, Dr. Pepper will give you a big lift in life. “Try this one on for size,’ says Sheila Glenn as she examines a T-shirt from Collegiate Manufacturing. 1 AMES BEVERAGE AND DISTRIBUTING, INC. E MFG. CO. | PHONE 232-7320 1912 EAST LINCOLNWAY AMES e IOWA AMES, IOWA 239 YOU VE GOT HE WORLD ON TAP... when you read the AMES DAILY TRIBUNE. Not only do you enjoy a close-up look at what's happening in the Ames area and the Ames High School ... but you get an educated view of world events via the Tribune's connection with UPI wire news and pictures. To keep on top of world events ... read the newspaper that has the world on tap... the AMES DAILY TRIBUNE. Tribune Ames Daily 240 CAMPUS DRUG Cosmetics, Drugs UN D S INC. U.S. POST OFFICE " CENTRAL IOWA'S MOST COMPLETE MUSIC CENTER " 2430 LINCOLN WAY 3 Ph. 232-4252 508 Kellogg What's up! With | AMES BUILDING AND LOAN fashion... CLIMB THE SPIRAL ASSOCIATION 416 MAIN STAIRCASE TO SEE 424 Main 232-2714 Displaying the latest styles to show “what's up " with “This caper won't be easy!” exclaim Patty and Barb fashion at Whites is one of Josie Timmons’ duties. after examining the Ames Building and Loan vault. b s A - 0 (hn f MATHISON MOTORS Ford-Maverick-Pinto-Thunderbird ۳ 90 N G4 ; Mustang-Torino E Sere dur e sc a REOR Low Cost Financing 323 Fifth Ph. 232-5521 YOUNKERS | Satisfaction Always As Deb has just found, Younkers at North Grand Shop-) ping Center is perfect to find what you're looking for}. t. Ub کج‎ TP - ® « 7 جار یدک که g‏ تہ d 5‏ ey. “You can't have it so forget it!’ pleads Cindy as Jana dreams about owning this 1972 Cougar. LARRY PETERSON MOTOR CO. Mercury-Lincoln-Cougar Comet—Montego-Cyclone Ph. 232-7474 429 So. Duff ee Bx مر‎ | 7 ain p US “How much is that doggie in the window? The one with the glasses isn't for sale!” Joe enjoys working at Nims! M vert 225 Main Street Ames, lowa own and A Specialty Shop for young ladies. 2514 Lincolnway 242 Í BOOTERY TEMPOS FANFARES Sheldon Munn Hotel 232-3299 Downtown-Main Burnett Smartest in Fashion Finest in Quality MEN AND BOYS Ph. 232-635 a TUTTLE 5 GAS APPLIANCE INC. Admiring the senior pictures displayed at Wellhouse Photography is Joyce Pyle. Wellhouse Photography 240 Main 232-4640 9 مھت‎ a 5-5 -y لل‎ A COMPLETE LINE OF MAJOR APPLIANCES 232-2610 After hours call: 232-2977 233-1438 233 S. DUFF 243 238 Main 232-4161 School, Office Supplies Greeting Cards Photo Supplies Typewriters Books JCPenney The values are here every day. F NE amt سس سس‎ — ےہ up‏ ا مو ee‏ ۱ مجیی ہے‎ 3 SQ TO ہیں پک فی‎ Tea rr ا‎ vin NC. «o SS Xt CM Ld LI ra i 4 a ra ot P ۰ 4 3 JA ١ : " E بے رد رٹک ہیں McDonalds 0۶ “We take our bucket and mop. Scrub from bottom to top. At McDonalds, | McDonalds...” 13 CARTER PRESS, INC. Creative Printers Durlam 18 Downtown. Main‏ 226 4 کچ چٹ T DTE‏ | سے and Lithographers TTOURLAM DURLAN Eu‏ ١ : ۱ L 1 E 4] AR | du 4 | |‏ 0و l |‏ — کے ‘= Known Fe " | ood Cloth fi 206 WELCH AVE. i ا اا ا‎ L 244 WALT'S NEWSSTAND Hallmark Greeting Cards, Magazines, Books, Fanny Farmer Candies Bruce Ross 7 “There’s even a secret buttonhole! points out Tom as he helps a customer choose a coat at Bruce-Ross. 221 Main St. ...232-0455 —— Lincoln Center 232-3113 4 LI ` 1 bar s 5 E " H r بم‎ XX i ٦ b ۱ v uum v4 0 f É: 4 ihe $ EE = “Who says they are only for girls?” Shelton Joseph dem- onstrates one of the various hair dryers at Carr Hardware. CARR HARDWARE HARDWARE STORES Í; |! | Finding “her own bag " for graduation, Nancy Jellinger f chooses from one of the many selections at Jones Luggage. BOB j S MI LEAGE | JONES LUGGAGE AND ! LEATHER " Ladies’ Handbags-Samsonite-American Tourister | Ventura-Skyway Luggage-Brief Bags-Attache Cases Ph. 232-9836 | 310 Main Street Ph. 232-6260 J 311 Lincoln Way 245 Stephenson” is the whole thung im Fashion Fabrics Indian chiefs, Kathy Post and Janice Gauger, are find- ing new ways to display the material at Stephensons. 3417 West Lincolnway C2 ESSE, a beauly salons, incorporated ——————— — س‎ M — — ——— ——— AMES, IOWA ACCIDENTS Ur us MARTE JOHN 2$ HWE CLOTHIER — RAY'S PAINT Home of AND BODY SHOP, INC. | e " s Basement 109 WELCH Expert Spraying 233-1182 PR nd Glass Installation ےس‎ Wreck Rebuilding Frame Repair Pete will help you find the right thing | 1 to fit your needs at John Huber. 404 E. Lincoln Way 232-6205 FIRST NATIONAL ا5 We especially look forward to serving Ames High Students as they grow and establish them- selves financially. DOWNTOWN AND UNIVERSITY 5th and Burnett 2320 Lincolnway FLOOR COVERINGS LINOLEUM — CARPETING — TILES RUGS — CERAMICS — FORMICA 402 Main Ph. 232-415] d SWANK'S JEWELRY Diamonds Sterling Silver | Watches 20th CENTURY BOWLING Registered Jeweler-American Gem Society 517 S. Duff Ph. 232-5530 319 Main 232-6460 247 WATERS FIRESTONE i KNAPP 7 TEDESCO Golfer Pat Sexton and basketball INSURANCE AGENCY, INC, COO 66 A. B. " BEEZER " KNAPP - TED TEDESCO Ae P i " Insurance Is Our Only Business " 616 Kellogg Ph. 232-7060 WESTGATE a : Hae lions CORD WILL PULL A CAR مط ول Firestone STEEL BELT‏ 11 86۷۹5 3 BARBERS Open Six Days — Walk-in or Appointment Evenings by appointment only 292-1536 2810-12 West Street-1 Block West of Univ. Entrance ۴ A LTAT Tx T " = بے‎ aet. حرم‎ P ب٠ سے‎ CL 7 " acc pcm. z v1 E aom = وج‎ 8 - AI ہے ہے ہی‎ 5 CE AS wo سے‎ AFA Y 7 ee te ا‎ I D Me. $7 yn! h 5 D y s he, E PAN 7۶ : - ۹ 34 d - + Xv AM ; 2 ta رات‎ 3 A | i Z ۹ ` 6 Nro " ui t 0 RE P é ہر‎ UA. 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Duff In Campustown at 112 So. Sheldon Bob West and Dan Doud always greet the customers with a helpful smile in every aisle while shopping at HyVee. 249 [ é سے‎ D. H DAVE'S AUTO TRUCK SERVICE 205 East 2nd St. 235 Hour Wrecker Service BE وو‎ J Days É. Nights 7 (2 232-4954 232-5833 . a: T ES Dan will serve you 2344 hours at Dave's wrecker service. NEN Pay 1 ١ ١ ' Or 7 57777 : Lynn and Dave will help you at the Loft, on the hill in Campustown. AUTO TRUCK - ۱ VITSE = SEE. ١ 23% hr Service Mes. tows l Phone 232-4954 3 82 - Monday Thru Friday 10-9 : Saturday 10-0 , er: 38 ۱ I Miam Eua A هه ابد‎ " mai. Um k ZE 99 reasons why SELA eas Hs) a VE BMW is better. ÆR, 4 f IM ۱ BUWALDA IMPORTS‏ , نک ME 308 N.E. SECOND‏ BAVARIAN MOTOR WORKS‏ “Heads it’s yours, tails mine.” Cathy Friederich chal- lenges Meg James for a shiny new BMW LA RS 0 N S Van Voorhis Plumbing Heating Bob Van Voorhis WEST Since 1923 STREET 120 Kellogg GROCERY 2902 West 232-8081 250 North Grand Plaza Shopping’s easy at North Grand | Wrangler Wroost Kentucky Fried Chicken Amy's Musicland Zales Maurice's Sears Grand Cleaners World Radio Walden Book Store Barberio Cheese House Susie's Casuals Mary Lester Younkers Johnson's Gallenkamp Coach House Ties Unlimited Kinney Shoes Finesse Beauty Salon The Original Coney Island Stevensons General Nutrition Flowerama North Grand Rexall Drug Hunziker Furman Neumode Hosiery Toy Fair Engeldinger's Mall Theatres | Il Baskin-Robbins The New World Singer Randall's Woolworth Union-Story Bank Ames Cycle Shop The Senator Says . A complete line of Honda motorcycles, 1972 Is an election year Get your feet wet— VOTE! parts, and service.. 720 E. Lincolnway 232-6223 At last... you get This looks Broke again... a parttime job! good... and in hock clerking ina and this... to employer... clothing store... Go back 20 steps. Advance 15 steps. 291 Cameron, Tami 185 Campbell, Howie 36, 117, 159 Campbell, John 37, 65, 108, 159 Campbell, Mr. Robert 130, 151 Canute, Suann 69, 98, 159 Carbrey, Agnes 67, 72, 97, 185 Carlsen, Jane 17] Carlson, Dave 185 Carlson, Deb 15, 18, 42, 140, 185 Carlson, John 181 Carlson, Mark 159 Carlson, Mike 171 Carlson, Sue 35, 171 Carney, Matt 159 Carr, Kim 160 Carr, Mrs. Lois 151 Carroll, Terry 40, 112, 116, 171, 177 Carter, Dick 40, 106, 113, 171 Carter, Jeff 160 Carter, Kathy 172 Case, Sue 38, 81, 185 Cassidy, Holly 68, 172 Catus, Robert 72 Catus, Mary 91, 98, 185, 194 Cerwick, Sue 68, 172, 177 Chantland, Carol 35, 44, 62, 172 Chantland, Susan 35, 160 Charity, Candace 35, 44, 185 Charles, Chris 37, 46, 160 Charlson, Karen 172 CHEERSQUAD 42 Chesterfield, Bev 185 Childs, Mary 62, 64, 160 Chirapanda, Suthiruck 201 Christensen, Bill 48, 113, 185 Christensen, Brian 185 Christensen, Karen 44, 172 Christensen, Tim 160 Christenson, Ronald 125, 172 Christenson, Terry 160, 169 Christian, Ricky 160 Christianson, Deb 185 Christianson, Val 160 CHRISTMAS FORMAL 18 Christofferson, Floyd 186 Church, Jan 172 Clark, Barb 62, 68, 71, 186 Clark, Bill 6 Clark, Cindi 68, 141, 172 Clark, Don 186 Clark, Pam 186 Clark, Samra 60, 69 Clark, Steve 62, 109. 160 Clark, Tracy 172 Classick, Nic 40, 112, 116, 186 Clatt, Marcella 69, 160 Claus, Jacky 54, 186, 198 Cleasby, Teri 186 Clemens, Jerry 125, 160 Clemens, Jim 186 Clemons, Sharron 64, 160 Clinefelter, Candy 37, 172 Clendaniel, Cindy 140, 160 Cobb, Curt 40, 186 Cochrane, Evy 109, 117, 160 Cole, Craig 130, 172 Coleman, Kathy 70, 172 Collins, Kit 65, 160 Compton, Nolan 38, 187 Conard, Patti 160 Conard, Randy 201 Boylan, Marla 184 Boyles, Becky 44, 64, 171 Bradshaw, Bruce 17] Brady, Greg 37, 77, 171 254 Brady, Lynne 37, 64, 85, 71 Brady, Mary 9, 37, 67, 159 Bran, Dario 184 Bran, Mary 69, 159 Bran, Ruth 64, 69, 159 Br aymen, Brian 159 Braymen, Craig 37, 184 Brayton, Kim 37, 127, 171 Breckenridge, Terry 171 Breer, Larry 159 Brekke, Patty 70, 171 Bremner, Stu 136, 171 Brentnall, LuAnn 37, 44, 184 Brink, Judy 54, 69, 159 Brown, Barb 44, 184 Brown, Diane 159 Brown, Mrs. Dorothy 151 Brown, Janet 67, 69, 159 Brown, Jeff 159 Brown, Marcia 171 Brown, Robert 181 Brown, Sherry 159 Browning, John 159 Brugger, Judy 171, 262 Bruin, Diane 42, 159 Bruin, Karin 159 Brunia, Brad 109, 125, 159 Brunkow, Bryan 171 Buchele, Sheron 46, 52, 54, 130, 184 Buck, Cathy 184 Buck, Steve 40, 111, 159 Buck, Susan 77, 184, 209 Budolíson, 71 Bulman, Joseph 171 Bunce, Sandy 62, 64, 68, 171 Bunker, Dave 40, 113, 171 Burchinal, Jan 15, 184, 196 Burgason, Steve 112, 171 Burke, Bill 171 Burke, Karen 184 Burkhalter, Holly 97, 184 Burkhalter, Ruth 36 48, 56, 69, 77, 98. 159 Burkhart, Karen 159 Burkholder, Anne 62, 69, 159 Burnet, Joan 68, 171 Burns, Carla 184 Burns, Karen 80, 171 Burns, Pat 185 Burton, Bill 47, 159 BUSINESS ED. 92 Buss, Danielle 72, 159 Buss, Mr. Wilbur 85, 151, 154 Busse, Dan 65, 67, 69, 159 Butler, Craig 159 Buttry, Dale 171 Buttrey, Mrs. Esther 151 Byers, Vicky 185 Byriel, Connie 185 Byriel, Shari 92, 171 C Cafferty, Dennis 52, 54, 58, 68, 185 Cafferty, Lois 17] Calderwood, Phil 171 Calhoun, Mary 171 Bal, Goga 159 Ball, Connie 183 Ball, Shivaun 64, 183 Ball, Vicki 68, 183 Balmer, Rick 17] BANDS 60, 62, 64 Bappe, Sue 183 Barcus, Pete 52, 56, 136, 171 Barfknecht, Jerry 171 Barnard, Mary 171 Barnes, Dave 127, 136, 183 Barnes, Karen 183 Barnett, Lowell 183 Barnett, Mark 125, 159 Barnhart, Brian 159 Barr, Peggy 15, 99, 183, 263 Barrett, Lynn 171 Bartels, Bob 63, 171 Bartruff, Mike 109, 159 Bartruff, Phil 113, 171 BASEBALL 138 BASKETBALL 112 Bason, Mrs. Karen 119, 151 Bates, Allan 37, 171 Battles, Sherri 28, 62, 183 Bauske, Mrs. Grace 96, 97, 151] Beard, Cathy 42, 159 Beattie, Mark 171 Beaty, Janet 59, 171 Becker, Joy 69, 159 Beckley, Bruce 159 Beeman, Mark 125, 159 Bell, Jacque 183 Bell, Jim 159 Bell, Mark 171 Beneke, Patty 37, 48, 62, 67, 73, 98 171 Benn, Jim 159 Bennett, Carolyn 70, 171 Berchtold, Randa 159 Berchtold, Roberta 171 Berger, Bill 171 Bergeson, Cheryl 44, 87, 184 Bergeson, Craig 46, 49, 184 Bergman, Terry 159 Berthelsen, Mark 40, 113, 171, 177 Best, Barbara 159 Best, Barry 40, 107, 113, 171 Bittinger, Mike 159 Bittinger, Tracy 83, 171 Black, Debby 184 Blair, Debbie 159 Blanford, Bari 184 Blanford, Bobbi 171 Bledsoe, Bob 91, 127, 184 Bleeker, Marlene 62, 68, 171 Blewett, Val 62, 171 Bliss, Tom 40, 62 126 184, 203 Bliss, Sue 62, 69, 98, 159 Block, King 40, 113, 171, 178 Bogenrief Doug 171 Bogenrief, Eric 109, 130, 132, 159 Bogie, Tanya 159 Boon, Kathy 51, 53, 54, 56, 68, 184 Boon, Scot 54, 159 Bornmueller, Gary 109, 159 Bowen, Dorothy 171 Bowman, Dan 171 Boylan, Beth 62, 67, 68, 70, 72, 80, 171 A Abbott, Eric 183 Abbott, Melanie 48, 159 Abel, Mr. Darrill 151 Abraham, David 48, 159, 178 Abraham, Kathy 36, 46, 48, 183, 209 Abrahamsen, Andy 159 ACADEMICS 74 A-CLUB 40 Acuff, Hoyt 91, 201 Adams, Jerry 169 ADS 216 Agard, Beth 69, 97, 159 Albertson, Gary 159 Alcott, Wayne 201 Alderman, Dave 183 Allen, Greg 171 Allen, Kevin 109, 159 Allen, Mark 109, 136, 159 Allen, Tom 171 Allison, Linda 43, 68, 171 Allison, Paula 159 ALL-STATE 72 Amemiya, Robert 171 Ammann, Mr. Robert 151 Anderson, Ben 159 Anderson, Brian 130, 132, 183 Anderson, Candy 69, 159 Anderson, Chip 51, 53, 54, 68, 171 Anderson, Claire 44, 183 Anderson, Donna 159 Anderson, Glen 171 Anderson, Gle nn 159 Anderson, Ken 169 Anderson, Kent 130, 132, 183 Anderson, Mark 169 Anderson, Pam 171 Anderson, Pat 54, 59, 69, 159 Anderson, Pete 18, 40, 104, 183, 185 Anderson, Mr. Roger 60, 63, 65 Anderson, Steve 183 Archer, Debra 183 Arnold, Carol 32, 35, 159 ART 94 Ash, Gary 171 Ash, Jim 77, 183 Asp, James 62, 64, 159 ASSEMBLIES 16 Atkins, Barb 70, 171 Atkins, Mary Kay 36, 62, 68, 98, 183 Augustine, Lynn 68, 183 Austin, Mrs. Phyllis 97, 151 AWARDS 206 Axtell, Buffy 140, 149, 183 Bachman, Bill 183 Bachman, Karen 35, 159 Bailey, Dick 40, 111, 130, 159 Bailey, Jeff 181 Bailey, Mr. Keith 123, 151, FO Bailey, Mike 171 Baker, Julie 183 292 Ehrman, Gary 161 Ekberg, Tom 7 Eklund, Lena 36, 53, 56, 188 Elbert, Margaret 51, 56, 172 Elder, Bill 188 Ellinghausen, Pam 69, 161 Elliot, Dennis 130, 16] Elliot, John 64, 76, 161 Elliot, Stan 109, 161 Ellis, Chris 70, 98, 172, 177 Ellson, Mike 172 Emdia, Terry 44, 188 Engelstad, Karen 62, 67, 173 Engen, Nancy 161 ENGLISH 78 Engstrom, Gordon 69, 16] Enquist, Mr. Bill 151 ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION 39 Epperly, Denise 46, 173 Ernest, Cay 70, 173 Eschbach, Kim 162 Eschbach, Mike 173 Eshelman, Paul 97, 173 Eshelman, Steve 162 Eugene, George 142, 188 Eugene, Mary 162 Evans, Greg 188 Ewing, Anne 36, 54, 98, 188 Exner, Alison 53, 68, 72, 86, 188 F Faas, Mr. Don 151, 209 Falck, Mrs. Sharon 89, 151 Farrar, Kirk 109, 117, 162 Farrar, Dr. Ralph 1, 149, 151 Farrington, Carol 173 Fattahi, Kamyar 142, 188, 192 ۱ Fawcett, Kristen 162 | Remember those anonymous singing announcement s? Here the AHS cheerleaders are caught in the act. 23 Doak, Sara 6[ Dobson, Dennis 109, 124, 161 Dolling, Roger 161 Donaldson, Lee 40, 127, 136, 187 Donaldson, Mark 63, 98, 123, 136, 172 Donelson, Janis 161 Donhowe, Mary 51, 52, 68, 71, 172 Dorsey, Lea 172, 177 Doty, Ginger 172 Doud, Dan 40, 185, 187 Dougal, Greg 63, 161 Dougal, Linda 60, 63, 67, 96, 187 Dowell, Janet 63, 64, 67, 172 DRAMA 50 DRILL TEAM 44 DRIVERS' ED. 74 DRUG COMM. 39 D'Silva, Collin 161 Dubberke, Dennis 61, 172 Duea, Mr. James 108, 130, 151 Dunham, Paula 69, 161 Dunlap, Mrs. Kathy 151 Dunleavy, Mary Ann 161 Dunster, Bev 65, 161 Dunster, Deb 62, 79, 187 Dupler, Jon 161 Durand, Paul 172 Duvall, Ben 136, 161 Duvall, Mr. George 113, 136, 151 E Eberhart, Lyndl 35, 172, 178 Ebert, Ann 70, 71, 172 Edwards, Bruce 46 48, 187, 209 Edwards, Anne 161 Egeland, Jeff 161 Egeland, Suzanne 54, 58, 172 66, 98, D Dahl, Cindy 15, 187 Dahlgren, Kim 62, 160 Dailey, Christie 36, 41, 187, 209 Dale, Cynthia 169 DANCES 12 Dass, Dean 40, 97, 111, 130, 160 Daulton, Scott 40, 123, 172 Davidson, Dick 187, FO Davidson, Linda 70, 187 Davies, Nancy 98, 160 Davis, Brad 83, 172 Davis, Bruce 122, 172 Davis, Craig 172 Davies, Jim 160 Davis, Kent 187 Davis, Mark 117, 118, 160 Davis, Sheryl 69, 160 Davis, Vicki 187 Davison, Janet 53, 54, 56, 160 Day, Debbie 56, 172 Day, Doug 201 Deal, Ronnie 187 Dean, Bob 83, 172 Deaton, Lynn 169 DEBATE 48 DECA 90 De Francisco, Jolynn 161 De Kalb, Alice 187 Denison, Mary Clare 44, 187 De Reus, Mary 187 Deschenes, Elaine 169 De Kovic, Mark 161 Dennis, Sue 69, 161 Deppe, Linda 35, 62, 67, 160, 161 Deutsch, Nancy 169 130, 152, Constantine, Mary 34, 62, 68, 99 172 Conis, Patty 44, 187 Cook, Jennifer 64, 109, 160 Cook, Mike 160 cooper, Corey 181 Corbett, Tulie 53, 54, 160 یت‎ ia, Craig 187 ‘orieri, Kim 51, 56, 187 rieri, Roz 172 cron Jennifer 57, 72, 187 upal, Jon 4 160 uture, Tom 187 uture, Shirley 172 vey, Mr. Hi 151 olan Linda 160 wiles, Steve 201 x, Greg 201 Sue 160 . Janet 37, 70, 77, 172 y, Julie 160 oyle, Pat 109, 160 aig, John 86, 109, 160 Crane, Mrs. Jean 150 Crawford, Bi 11 68, 127, 172 Crawford, Debby 160 Crom, Linda 99, 187 Crom, Randy 36, 160 CROSS COUNTRY 110 CROSS-WORD PUZZLE 204 Crow, Rhonda 177, 209 Crowe, Mike 160 Crump, Peter 36, 117, 118, 160 Culbertson, Tammy 18] Cummings, Craig 64, 187 Curry, Carolyn 35, 68, 98, 172 Cysewski, John 160 C) OO ف و لع و لم ل تن تم لے لے أن‎ OOS HRA -. g €i fe] f. m - C m — Ld‏ 5 - لوت ee. B‏ سه " te oo G‏ " رھ Ml‏ يسم a " a— a‏ - 1 - 5 zas - = - ee - Hardy, Tim 37, 46, 195 Harmison, Kathy 62, 67, 162 Harris, Debbie 190 Horris, Mark Hort, Sue 174 Har trian , Mr. ken 15 53 Hartman, Missy 141, 174 Hassebrock, Mrs. Jean 152 Hatch, Dave 174 Hathaway, Mark 163 Hatten, Tom 55, 174 Haugland, Robin 163 Haupt, Gary 8, 40, 127, 190 Hauser, John es Haviland, Andy 51, 53, 58, 163 Haynes, Carol, 3 Healey, Carol 15, 32, 68, 120 190 Healey, John 109, 163 Healy, Mary 19, 42, 96, 190 Heer, Michele 62, 67, 78, ١ 190. 209 Heggen Jane 174 Heggen, Sharon 163 Heiperger, Mr. Re obert Hemingson, Mike 113 Henderson, Don 169 Hendrickson, Mrs. Isabel 153 Hendrickson, Ed 136, 163 Henely, Sharon 190 Henely, Sue 181 Hensley, Jennifer 44, 190 Hensley, Julie 163 Herbert, Sue 34, 97, 174 Hermann, Laura 174 Herrick, Jeni 43, 120, 174 Herrick, Terry 163 e - Cn لہ‎ oC. P Ld 2.44 E 2 Grucza, Paula 44, 4 Gugel, Miss Dorothy 94, 152, 263 Gurganus, Claretta 51, 54, 174 Gutmann, Nanci 15, 36, 44, 96, 189 Gutmann, Todd 117, 163 Guy, Patti 189 GYMNASTICS 119 H Hadwiger, Mary 19, 189 Hadwiger, Steve 163 Hagebock, Debbie 92, 174 Hagen, Joe 174 Hagen, Marcia 87, 189 Hagen, Robert 163 Hagert, Crys 174 Hagert, Mrs. Jean 94, 153 Hakes, Dave 174 Hale, Charles 169 Hall, Peggy 189 Halvorson, Brian 174 Halvorson, Bruce 63, 174 Halvorson, Mark 189 Hammond, Bruce 174 Hannum, Joan 189 Hansen, John 62, 69, 163 Hansen, LuAnn 44, 68, 189 Hansen, Paula 69, 163 Hansen, Mr. Wayne 51, 153 Hanson, David 174 Hanson, Mrs. Marilyn 153 Hanway, Graig 127, 174, 177, 179 Hapes, Mike 190 á Secretary Mrs. Daisy Flack demonstrates the limbo at her welcome home party after returning from Jamaica. - ۲ v - 9 de ۰٠ ۹ M l 42 A زورب‎ N LET O ha 1 z SU ۲ 4 A 8 a aa 7 (i T4: - 1 P : a " si df : A cy, n - 1 = کے‎ 7 " d 9» E 131 ر3 ا 2 uae PS PER (4 0 Senior pictures obtained too late for the senior section are Greg Brady and Steve Hopper. Gardner, Mike 65, 136, 162 Garland, Bob 189 Garman, Mr. Merle 152, 177 Garrett, Mrs. Kay 152 Garrey, Richard 173 Gartin, Bruce 162 Gauger, Janice 189 Gauger, Jean ۵ژ‎ Gee, Sheau-Huei 69, 98, 162 Geist, Kathy 35, 189 Geist, Sue 35, 99, 173 Gerber, Jim 162 Gerber, Bill 189 Gerjets, Cindy 189 Gerjets, Doug 173, 178 Gigstad, Martha 173 Gilbert, Mrs. Janet 152 Gilbert, Vicki 162 Gilbertson, Mr. Jack 56, 152 Gilchrist, Donna 64, 68, 173 Gillette, Scott 173 GIRLS SERVICE COMM. 38 GIRLS’ SPORTS 140 Glass, Gayle 173 Glass, Vayne 173 Gleason, Tom 64, 162 Glenn, Sheila 70, 98, 173 GOLF 134 Good, Cyndi 189 Good, Lindy 89, 162 Goodland, Julie 162 Goodwin, Kerry 70, 173 Grabau, Joe 189 Graca, Jane 189 GRADUATION FO Grant, Catherine 69, 162 Grant, Joe 46, 162 Grant, Sarah 52, 56, 96, 189 Gray, Gail 162 Green, Kevin 163 Green, Mona 189 Greene. Bruce 18, 40, 122, 189, 208 Greene, Cindy 173 Greiner, Ron 107, 189 Griffen, Len 37, 69, 109, 163 Grindeland, Ann 43, 120, 173 Grindeland, Gary 40, 112, 116, 144 189 Grover, Mark 40, 111, 130, 163 Grover, Steve 40, 88, 110, 130, 132, 174 Ferguson, Ken 162 Ferguson, Kevin 109, 162 Feyerabend, Jim 173 Fields, Rhonda 182 Finch, Don 162 Finnegan, Don 109, 125, 162 Finnegan, Theresa 15, 18, 37, 43, 188 Fischer, Kurt 127, 162 Fisher, Linda 188 Fisher, Mark 36, 38, 96, 99, 188 Fisher, Marvin 59, 72, 201 Fisher, Paul 188 Fisher, Steve 68, 71, 72, 173 Fitz, Dave 40, 99, 110, 130, 173 Fitzgerald, Dan 46, 101, 127, 188 Flack, Mrs. Daisy 151, 254 Fleig, Barb 63, 67, 162 Fleming, Mr. Dave 36, 66, 151 Flemmer, Dwight 188 Flummerfelt, Liz 188 Folkman, Jill 173 FOOTBALL 102 Foreman, Lance 36, 146, 164, 188 Forssman, Mr. John 94, 151, 209 Fouad, Nadya 69, 162 Fowles, Mike 106, 122, 188 Fowles, Pam 162 Frakes, Colleen 188 Francis, Bob 173 Francis, Robert 169 Franklin, Greg 201 Frazier, Susan 64, 162 Frederick, Dave 162 Frederiksen, John 68, 136, 173 French, Nancy 35, 83, 173 Frey, Kevin 63, 162 Friederich, Cathy 173, 220 Friederick, John 63, 161, 162 Fritsch, Kristi 62, 80, 140, 173 Fryar, Mrs. Ann 152 Fryar, Kristie 98, 162 Fullhart, Dave 63, 67, 173 Futrell, Sue 47, 48, 70, 173 G Gatvert, Ulf 188 Gammack, Chris 36, 53, 99, 173 Gammon, Jim 109, 130, 162 Gammon, Sherry 173 Gard, Doug 162 294 Knutson, Dennis 175 Knutson, Jeff 164 Koerber, Greg 175 Kolb, Linda 69, 164 Koschorrak, Gabriel 98, 175 Koupal, Matthew 36, 164 Kuehl, J. D. 109, 136, 164 Kuehl, Jeff 21, 105, 193 Kuhn, Dean 40, 193 Kuhnle, Mr. Ron 94, 154 Kunerth, Bill 14, 40, 122, 193 Kyle, Michael 109, 164 Kyllo, John 193 L Ladd, Lisa 47, 69, 164 LaFontaine, Mike 175 Lagerquist, DeAne 36, 46, 51, 52, 175 Lagomarcino, Mark 30, 36, 48, 65, 77, 136, 164 Lambert, Dan 61, 67, 85, 164 Lande, Debrah 175 Landers, Roger 164 Landon, Julie 35, 36, 69, 140, 164 Lane, Beth 69 164 Lane, Jerry 125, 176 Lang, Louis 193 LANGUAGES 84 Lapehn, Kris 62, 77, 193, 209 67, 193, 91, 92; 94; 56. Kempthorne, 195 Kempthorne, Pete 37, 64, 67, 164 Kenyon, Scott 40, 143, 193 Kepley, Dan 193, 220 Kepley, Denise 164 Kestel, Barbie 70, 98, 149. 193 Ketcham, Barb 62, 67, 175. 177 Kethcam, Rich 164 Kever, Dale 64, 164 Key, Dana 175 KEY CLUB 39 Khan, Fazeela 164 Kilberg, Debra 201 Kindermann, Candy 67, 70, 175 Kindermann, Debbie 193 Kingsbury, Debby 175 Kingsbury, Roger 201, 208 Kinney, Jim 40, 123, 175 Kiser, Chris 32, 68, 71, 175 Kiser, Janice 34, 62, 71, 175 loan 62. Kiser, Kathy 60, 63, 67, 71, 73, 193 Kitzman, Craig 181 Klas, Jackie 175 Kleinschmidt, Mrs. Jean 154, 156 Kline, Terry 86, 201 Knight, Rhonda 175 Kniseley, Richard 175 Knutson, Dave 108, 117, 164 A = 5 Y ہب میٹ چپ یئک‎ n m ATORES سی٥1‎ IU omen ET ot = M m—Á YU EN Cen MÀ Mi عو‎ 1 Cleaning out lockers, Mrs. Lorraine Whaley finds two hungry white mice and part of a telephone. 299 34, 44, 62, 120, cy $ 15. 18, 41, J Jackson, Angela 3 Jackson, Nick 19] Jackson, Rose 191 Jacobson, Mrs. Anne 153 Jace bson, Cyndi mes, Alberta 19] es, Marci 19] lames, Meg 99, 120, 17 es, Susan 163 Jamison, Gary 191 Janssen, Steve 46, 175 Jarrell, Starla 44 62, 19] jeffrey, Steve 175 lelden Jana ] 19 lellinger, Nan 44 99 19] Jenkins, Karen 191 Jepsen, Randi 163 17 3 eska, Ted 175 lohns, Steve 175 lohnson, Amy 192 Johnson Brooks 192 Johnson, Christy 175 Johnson, Cindy 35. 68 192 johnson, Dan 192 lohnson, Doug 163 Johnson, Jacqui 163 Johnson, Karen 163, 168 Johnson, Kim 42, 120, 163 Johnson, Kristie 163 Johnson, Leslie Ann 163 Johnson, Lyn 35, 62, 70, 175 Johnson, Mr. Phil 102, 136, 152, 154 Johnson, Randy 175 Johnson, BJ 78 201 Jolly, Dawn 64, 163 Jones, Darlene 62, 192 Jones, Mr. Jim 154 Jones, Kay 64, 163 Jones, Mark 175 Jones, Roger 163 Jorgensen, Mr. Tom 113, 154 Jorstad, John 51, 54, 56, 175 Joseph, Shelton 175, 177, 192 Julius, Kent 175 Julius, Mark 192 JUNIORS 170 Jutting, Jerry 36, 62, 71, 99, 175 K Kackley, Terri 192 Kaldor, Mrs. Ruth 154 Katz, Larry 98, 136, 192 Kavanaugh, Pat 164 Kayser, Joe 192 Kayser, Pat 175 Keller, Jana 175 Keller, Jeff 39, 109, 164 Kellogg, Jeff 175 Kellogg, John 164 Kelso, Ann 34, 62, 69, 164 Kelton, Patty 32, 99, 175 Kemeny, Maria 43, 175, 177 Bob 123, 130, Connie Jo 15, 18, 43, 98. Herrig, Mr. Doyle 153 Herrnstadt, Ellen 56, 174 Hewitt, Vicky 163 Hibner, fim 190 Hicks, Jim 190 Hiedeman. Mr. Dale 153 Hiedeman, Sue 34, 174 1:617 nd. Mary 190 Hildebrand, Dave 113, 190 Hildebrand, Steve 106. 190 Hills, Doug 163 Hilmer, Mr. Keith 142. 153 Hilton, Jeff 55. 175 Hoerner, Kim 163 Hoff, Elsie 14, 19. 36. 63. 66. 72 190 Hoff, Kathy 99 175 Hoff, Kevin 163 Hoffman, Sandy 120. (8 Hogan, Kyle 63. 163 Holdredge, Cindy 19 Holdredge, Steve 109, 16 Holdren, Mike 190 Holland. Terra 70. 175 Hollenbach, Ruth 34, 62, 69. 163 Holmes, Sharon 32. 35. 190 Holthaus, Kathy 44, 190 HOME ECONOMICS 88 HOMECOMING 14 Homer, Elaine 69 3 Homer, Lynn 56. 69. 163 Homer, Margaret 46, 62. 190. 209 Homer, Mark 53, 63. 65. 69. 125 Hoover, David 63, 67, 175 Hopper, Steve 30, 36, 46, 49, 54 76, 254 Hopper, Susan 175 Hoskins, Kolette 163 Hotch kiss. Bill 67, 125, 136, 175 Hough, Teri 35, 163 0 onsen Virgil 175 Howerton, Jeff 175 aes Mark 190 Hubbert, Sandy 34, 64, 163 Huffer, Mrs. Anna Mae 153 Huisman, Tom 63, 127, 175 HUMANITIES 94 Hummel, Steve 18] Hurd, Mr. Dennis 146, 153, 156 Huston, George 190 Huston, Steve 163 Huston, Mr. Ray 263 Hutton, Dennis 190 Hutton, Gordon 175 Impecoven, Mr. 153 INDUSTRIAL ED. 88 Ingraham, David 136, 191 Ingraham, Dick 69, 163 Ingraham, Patty 35, 70 Ingram, Dave 82, 163 Ingvoldstad, Nancy 191 INTRAMURALS 142 Irwin, Terri 19] Irwin, Tony 163 Israel, 119, 19] Iten, Ruth 191 Ito, Norma 19] Morgan, David 37, 64, 67, 69. 165 Morgan, Jon 51, 54, 177 Morgan, Robin 56, 59, 165 Morrison, Richard 177 Morrison, Robb 195 Morton, Andy 47, 68, 136, 177 Morton, Laura 42, 165 Morton, Marian 46, 68, 71, 96, 195 Mudd, Mary Anne 177 Muir, Mary 35, 69, 165 Mullica, Larry 40, 195 Muncy, Carole 195 Munn, Dave 195 Murphy, Dave 69, 165 Murray, Corajayne 177 Myers, Carolyn 177 Myers, Chriss 136, 177 Myers, Mike 195 Myers, Wendy 15, 36, 196 N Nariboli, Ashok 136, 142, 201 Nath, Barbara 177 Nath, Cheryl 169 Nath, Nicky 165 Needham, Dave 46, 54, 196 Nelson, Greg 63, 136, 196 Nelson, Julie 69, 165 Ness, Janet 177 Netcott, Steve 40, 101, 105, 130, 132, 177 Newell, Nancy 34, 70, 85, 177 Newton, Cyndy 18 36, 41, 56, 196 Newton, Mark 109, 165 Nichols, Mary 32, 177 Nichols, Scott 40, 110, 130, 177 Nickel, Dave 50, 62, 64, 67, 196 Nigh, Sherri 177 Nilsson, Paul 196 Nims, Norma 177 Nissen, Beth 177 Noid, Mary 69, 165 Norem, Mr. Ken 155 Norman, Wayne 47, 177, 181 Norris, Linda 196 Norton, Glenn 165 Norton, Shirley 196 Nostwich, Mark 201 Nutty, Pete 177 O Oates, Harry 177 O'Connor, Bill 196 Oliver, Connie 64, 177 Olsan, Mr. Paul 155 Olsen, Craig 165 Olson, Debbie 35, 69, 165 Olson, Dennis 35, 69, 166 Olson, James 177 Olson, Mary 44, 177 ORCHESTRA 66 Orngard, Andy 166 Ostrem, Larry 43, 185, 196 Ostrem, Mark 125, 166 Outka, Ann 177 Overturf, Sue 69, 140, 166 Owen, Jeff 125, 177 McIntire, Mike 176 McKeown, Leslie 165 McLaughlin, Greg 123, 194 McLaughlin, Scott 165 McMahon, Bryan 194 McMartin, Flora 176 McMillen, Diana 34, 68, 176 McMillen, Nancy 169 McMillen, Rick 176 McNabb, Genene 46, 68, 194 McNally, Miss Mary 154 McRoberts, Jeff 40, 127, 194 McRoberts, Kevin 125, 165 McVeigh, Rich 165 Macheak, Ann 194 Madden, Laurie 194 Mahlstede, Barb 35, 140, 165 Malaby, Ken 64, 165 Malmquist, Susan 176 Marley, Kathy 165 Marley, Mark 194 Maroney, Mike 60, 176 Maroney, Patsy 34, 69, 165, 169 Marten, Cynthia 68, 71, 96, 194 Marten, Kai 46, 48, 176 Marten, Rick 176 Martin, Deby 41, 96, 98, 176, 194 Martin, Penny 165 Matchett, Jerry 176 MRTH $82 Mather, Rod 109, 117, 165 Matters, Greg 165 Matthews, Bill 165 Maxon, Mrs. Carolyn 154 Maxon, David 65, 165 Maxwell, Rick 177 Meador, Tom 165 Meador, Vince 177 Medford, Sally 195 Mehle, Chuck 123, 125, 177 Mendenhall, Mr. Jack 122, 154 Meyer, Brad 165 Meyer, Gordon 36, 40, 99, 126, 209 Meyers, Jeff 195 Micheal, Jon 201 Michel, Kevin 177 Michel, Vicki 165 Mickle, Peg 32, 35, 41, 120, 195 Millard, Marcia 177 Millard, Vicki 195 Miller, John 125, 177 Miller, Kevin 195 Miller, Toby 127, 165 Miller, Todd 15, 99, 126, 195 Milliken, Sue 43, 177 Mingus, Robert 201 Mischke, To, 177 MODEL UN 46 Moldenhauer, 130, 195 Moeller, Herman 177 Mollet, Mrs. Anne 155 Montag, Ruth 177 Moody, Tim 63, 109, 165 Moore, Bill 195 Moore, LeeAnn 70, 177 Moore, Marta 120, 177 Moore, Mike 55, 109, 165 Moorhead, Jim 109, 125, 165 Moreland, Bruce 48, 59, 181 Moreland, LuBnn 177 James 40, 127, Kim Corieri and Cathy Buck demonstrate jewelry making at the Art Fair. Students showed many crafts. Lowe, Darlene 4 Lowman, Joel 69, 164 Loye, Jack 97, 201 Luckett, Elaine 37, 47, 97, 193 Luing, Janet 70, 176 Lutz, Monte 109, 164 Lybeck, Mrs. Sigfrid 154 Lyman, Linda 193 Lyman, Louise 165 M MacBride, Dexter 127, 165 MacBride, Mr. George 154 MacBride, Laurel 35, 67, 89, 141, 194 McCarley, Carl 193 McCarley, Kyanne 19, 165 McCay, Nate 36, 122, 184, 194, 262 McClugage, Sue 5 McClurkin, Deeya 176, 180 McCormack, Sara 67, 166, 176 McCoy, Jeff 176 McCoy, Mr. Richard 154 McCoy, Scott 71, 72, 68, 176 McCoy, Wayne 165 McCullough, Jeff 176 McCullough, Robin 176 McDonald, Cay 176 McDonald, Chris 194 McElherne, Jim 176 McFarland, Carol 176 McFarlane, Cheryl 98, 165 McFarlane, Gary 63, 81, 194 McFarlin, Mike 37, 185, 194 McGilliard, Laurann 14, 19, 186, 194 McGillard, Len 109, 165 McGinnis, Doug 165, 181 Lariviere, Pat 41, 44, 176 Larson, Alan 40, 68, 136, 193, FO Larson, Anne 176 Larson, Barbe 176, 201 Larson, Bridget 69, 164 Larson, Cheryl 193 Larson, Cindy 35, 86, 170, 176 Larson, Cindy 170, 176 Larson, Julie 164 Larson, Randy 113, 136, 176, 181 Larson, Susan 164 Latta, Jackie 181 Lawson, Gloria 164 Lawson, Steve 193 Lee, Sharon 69, 164 Lee, Terry 69, 164 Lees, Becky 62, 69, 164 Lees, Susan 64, 68, 176 Leibold, Donna 193 Leibold, Ron 164 Lenning, Deborah 193 Lesan, Mary 51, 53, 56, 176 Lewis, Sam 164 Liming, Gary 193 Linder, Kim 193 Lindsey, Carey 164 Link, Lori 164 Linzenbold, Eva 193 Litchfield, Ken 109, 117, 164 Litchfield, Mark 176 Little, Brian 176 Little, Steve 164 Lockhart, Alan 176 Lockhart, Tom 36, 40, 110, 132, 193 | 2 Loots, Barb 41, 44, 6 Loots, Jeff 164 Lopez, Blanca 169 Loseke, David 176 Loskeke, Jim 162, 164 Loupee, Deb 69, 164 Lovely, Mike 193 296 Visiting with old friends and teachers, AHS graduate and pro-basketballer Dick Gibbs discusses values of the game. Robb, Bruce 6 Roberts, Jennifer, 51, 53, 166 Robertson, Leanne 62, 178 Robinson, Jill 179 Rogers, Helga 199 Rohrbough, Becky Rohrbough, Debbie 199 Rolling, Mike 166 Romans, Jeff 179 POSEA pen 94. 166, 195 Rosewell, Emily 97, 192, 194, 199 Rosheim, Carol 56, 69, 166 Ross, Jim 199 Routh, Debbie 35, 70, 179 Rowley, Mrs. Annette 155 Royer, Teri 199 Rozeboom, Katy 44, 68, 98, 181 Mary 68, 199 Rushing, Claudia 199 Rusk, Dick 199, 209 Russell, Dean 65, 199 Rutter, Cindy 69, 166 S Sailsbury, Paul 199 Marc 130, 132, 179, Huny: ITI 18] Oams, Norma 179 Samuels, Dave 166, 220 Samuelson, Mark 109, 125, 6 Sand, Christi 98, 166 Sand, Todd 179 Sandve, John 199 Sandvick, Audrey 69, 166 Sansga ard, serach 179 Sassaman, Nancy 51, 53, 56, 166 Sather, Val ۹9 297 Sakamoto, - m7 ب‎ Tv x می‎ AO. Prior, Jim 198 Provow, Cheryl 69, 166 Provow, Ron 98, 185, 198 Purvis, Cheryl 166 Purvis, Warren 178 Pyle, Joyce 36, 41, 198 R Ramsey, Stephen 166 Randol, Lori 14, 18, 42, 198 Rasmussen, Bill 190, 198 Rasmussen, Pamela 149, 198 Rasmussen, Randy 178 Read, Bob 178 Reece, Kathy 56, 69, 166 Reece, Mary Kay 44, 68, 98, 178 Reed, Connie 34, 178 Reed. Kathi 30, 36, 46, 51, 53, 178 Reinbold, Bob 8, 40, 126, 130, 178 Reinke, John 97, 178 Reinsch, Dennis 117, 166 Reno, Mrs. Mary 155 Rhinehart, Diane 46, 78, 198, 208 Rhoads, Kathy 199 Richards, Duane 40, 199 Richert, Bob 111, 178 Richert, Tom 117, 130, 166 Ries, Ron 166 Rigas, Andy 40, 199, 208, 212 Riggs. Ted 117, 166 Riley, Joe 55, 178 Ring, Cheryl 35, 44, 98, 178 Ripp, Mr. Bill 149, 155, 185, 258 Risch, Kathy 62, 178 Risse, John 178 Ritland. Mr. Everett 149, 155 e Petersen, Jack 166, 108 Peterson, Betsy 209 Peterson, Carol 34, 99, 178 on, Dave 6 aF n‏ ے om‏ س on, lim 197 1, Larry 130, 132, 197 on, Mark 178 Peterson. Martha 69, 98, 120, 166 -— Person تا‎ n 169 Peterson isan 178 Phillips, Rich 166 Phipps, Grant 178 sy 197 84, 185, 197 109, 165 Nan Pier Liz 15, 34, 64, Steve 98. Picht Pier Pinta. Dennis 178 Pinta, Hussel] 166 Dave 20] Pam 64, 166 odhipak, Carolyn oisel, Stephen 178 C , Dave AE 125, 166 Debra 19, 36, 53, 191, D AIY 1 ee Dave 6l, Toni 178 Mr. Dave 117, 138, 155 ۴ athy 15. 36, 197 Sue 166 Sue 60, 63, 197 Cindy 178 Pirtle lath pP Pod! T P Pohm Pohm 197 Popelka, Popelka Porath, Be segate Po: PEE Powell, بر‎ Yy Vers, rs, Melody 92, 198 Pow Neil 181‏ کت Prange, Charla 56, 64, 166‏ Price, Bob 198‏ Richard 198 Price 4 ٥ سے es‏ سو reo‏ بعر سم - TT ary Lae oe ےہ‎ ay ron 0 ace. Marti 60, 62, 68, 71, 196 acker Jim 68, 71, 130, 132, 177 age, Mr. Ken 155 age, Mike 18! J " UJ " U U 'u dtd بد‎ " U 'U U 'U 0 ن:‎ ٠ن‎ almer 117, 166 almer, Tom 196 anagides Louisa 166 anagides, Lydia 46, 196 anos, Maria 196 antenburg, John 109, 117, 166 orker, Dennis 197 arks, Cindy 81, 97, 185, 195 مسح O‏ e»‏ 0 H ps 0 Patterson, Carol 43, 177 Patterson, Carolyn 197 Paulsen, Larry 178 Paulson. Mary 197 EP CLUB 40 ercival, Janice 197 Mike 165 Perry, Brian 61, 166 erry, Mike 46, 48, 197 Peters, Nita 56 166 » - 2 CFT‏ eT‏ ااا ا ای الم m‏ ہے — —— ہے — کے Staggs, Neal 8 Stalheim, Jon 109, 117, 168 Steenhard, Leslie 168 Stephan, Sue 35, 64, 168 Stephenson, Craig 200 Stevens, Mary 168 Stevenson, Rodney 180 Stewart, Linda 35, 70, 180 Stokka, Mrs. Ann 156 Stokke, Steve 168 Stoll, Tracey 53, 56, 69, 168 Stone, Beth 43, 119, 180 Stone, Mr. Edwin 156 Stone, Laura 36, 94, 97, 201 stone, Mark 168 Stone, Paul 53, 69, 162, 168 Strain, Patty 62, 168 Straker, Shirley 1 Strennen, Cindy 180 Strennen, Paula 168 Strike, Jill 180 Stritzel, Marla 14, 19, 30, 36, 53, 185, 201 Strodtman, Dave 50, 62, 201 Strodtman, Dan 125, 168 Stucky, Bryan 40, 122, 180 STUDENT COUNCIL 36 STUDENT SERVICE COMMITTEE 38 Stump, Sherry 44, 180 Sturtevant, David 48, 53, 56, 59 Sturtevant, Mr. Floyd 82, 156 Stuve, Dorothy 67, 201 Stuve, Betty 176, 180 Sullivan, Sue 69, 168 Sullivan, Terrence 201 Sullivan, Tim 136, 180 Svec, Ben 117, 168 Svec, Jean, 201 Swan, Jim 168 Swan, Kathy 136, 201 Swanson, Stewart 37, 68, 71, 180 Sweitzer, Mary 120, 180 Swenson, Brita 64, 68 Swenson, Diane 35, 69, 168 کے 35 Ñ Re: d can. " T 3 J ee‏ 0ے 2 كسم 177, 179 Shaw, Andy 179 Shay, Mike 201 Shearer, Cindee 68, 179 Shearer, Jim 54, 167 Shearer, Jeff 167 Shedd, Don 201 Shelton, Grady 123, 130, 179 Sherick, Martha 200 Sherman, Ann 200 Sherman, Mrs. Rosemary 155 Shinn, Pegay 157 Shirley, Shera 7 Shockley, Mark 167 Shorten, Michelle 42, 120, 167 Sibley, Chickie 30, 51, 53, 56, 177 9 Siedelmann, Cynde 200 Silverthorn, Darrel 18] Silverthorn, Farrell 167 Sime, Nancy 167 Simmons, Ken 48, 200 Simmons, Martha 179 Simmons, Terry 69, 167 Simon, Lori 80, 200 Sims, Cindi 70, 179 Sims, Vickie 62, 64, 69, 167 Skadberg, Mark 125, 179 Skarshaug, Arne 179, 180 Skarshaug, Mary 167 Slater, Tia 35, 36, 68, 179 Sletten, Mr. John 110, 130, 132, 155 156 Smalling, Mr. Ray 40, 152, 155 Smith, Al 200 Smith, Connie 167 Spratt, Mr. Roger 156 SPRING PLAY 56 Springer, Susan 168 Sprowell, Bob 40, 127, 194, 200 Sprowell, Dave 112, 116, 180 Squire, Terry 168 Staebler, Craig 168 STAFF 150 Stafford, Brian 99, 111, 200 i 9 17 ا‎ A 7 E 1 ر‎ 3 3 " 55 - - 5 9 7 Ax m: bs EUR Sorenson, Larry 179 Sorenson, Paula 167 Sorrells, Jom Soto, Osvaldo 167 Soukup, Kathy 167 Soukup, Lon 200 Spatcher, Mr. Cecil 130, 156 Spear, Pam 167 Speer, Beth 34, 70, 98, 179 Spencer, Dan 107, 200 Spencer, Deb 167 SPIRIT 98 Spooner, Amanda Sprague, Patty Schuette, Paul 36, 109. 117, 130. 167 Schulte, Pam 70, 179 Schultz, Lynn 88, 167 Schultz, Steve 179 Schwartz, Jeff 54, 179 Schwartz, Karen 179 Schwartz, Roberta 46, 200, 262 SCIENCES 82 Scott, Dan 167 Scott, Jane 77, 200 Scott, Mr. Marvin 46, 48, 155, 157 Scott, Sue 62, 80, 140, 179 SCRATCHPAD 97 Seastrand, Phil 167 Secker, Martin 109, 167 Seibert, Kathy 179 Seibert, Sue 141, 179 Seim, Janet 35, 43, 179 Self, Ann 35, 69, 140, 167 SENIOR ACTIVITIES 210 SENIORS 182 Serovy, Mary 36, 96, 99, 200 Sexton, Matt 136, 200 Sexton, Pat 40, 136, 196, 200 Shaffer, Terry 34, 185, 200 Shank, Matt 30, 37, 200 Shank, Ned 67, 179 Snarlin, Shifra 195, 198, 200 Sharp, Cindy 179 Shaughnessy, JoAnn 36, 44, 173, Satre, Jolene 68, 199 Saul, Cheryl 179, 199 Savage, Tricia 36, 141, 179 Sayre, Brad 199 Schaetter, Ernest 167 Schattauer, Paul 40, 123, 179 Schepers, Mrs. Donna 155 Schlunz, Kathy 64, 167 Schill, Mary 199 Schlapia, Daryl 199 Schmalzried, Dave 167 Schmalzried, Steve 181 Schmidt, Bob 125, 167 Schmidt, Rick 18, 146, 199 Schmidt, Sara 199 Schmidt, Sue 177, 179 Schminkey, Kandy 179 Schneider, Frank 112, 116, 179 Schneider, Larry 130, 199 Schneider, Mr. Richard 155 Schneider, Steve 48, 109, 167 Schoeneman, Jeff 130, 199 Scholten, Jim 126, 140, 199 Scholten, Sally 32, 35, 64, 70, 98, 179 SCHOOL BORRD 148 Schoon, David 169 Schoon, Dennis 169 Schroeder, David 199 Smith, Letitia 200 Smith, Melba 167 Smith, Mrs. Mona 97, 155 Smith, Scott M. 54, 68, 179 Smith, Scott 52, 54, 58, 200 Snell, Mrs. Susan 68, 70, 156 Snider, Brian 167 Snider, Randy 200 Snook, Arlene 167 Snyder, Danny 179 Soderholm, Paul 61, 64, 200 Sogard, LoAnn 200 Sondrol, Paul Sondrol, Tammy 185, 200 Songer, Jennifer 179 SOPHOMORES 158 Sorem, Doug 167 “My cupcake burns at both ends, and smokes a lot, too...” Mr. William Ripp celebrates birthday with fellow teachers. 298 0 ` . " F +) SSP SSD T fA. ا 1 اخ خوں `x NS‏ ee GI 2 d y Big brother in disguise? Primitive fertility idol? No, he’s just a friendly snow sculpture in the new AHS courtyard. Winton, David 130, 132, 203 Wirkus, Micheal 63, 68, 181 Wittmer, Micheal 128, 157 Wolins, Debbie 169 Wood, Kevin 169 Wood, Shery! 68, 203 Wood, Mr. Walter 157, 170 Woodard, Craig 113, 136, 181 Woodley, Ken 18] Woodley, Marlene 169 Woolsey, Debby 48 Wren, Mike 169 WRESTLING 122 Wright, Diana 70, 181 Wright, Esther 35, 69, 141, 169 Y Young, Holly 70, 181 Young, John 203 York, Ken 40, 203 York, Lora 169 Young, Pam 203 Young, Peggy 34, 42, 169 Young, Roy 203 Z Zatfarano, Bianca 36, 53, 54, 67, 68, 181 Zalfarano, Elisa 44, 203 Zellmer, Lana 169 Zmolek, John 37, 62, 67, 70, 98, 136, 181 299 Wenig, Greg 83, 181 Wessel, Ellen 56, 169 Wessman, Jon 203 West, Bob 36, 203 Westwick, Michelle 203 Weuve, Gary 203 Weuve, Kim 169 Wheatley, Chris 35, 69, 169 Wheelock, Micheal 130, 132, 181 Whelchel, Mrs. Louise Whitaker, Donita 62, 64, 169 White, Jim 203 White, Mr. Richard C. 94, 157 Wiant, Rex 48, 169 Wierson, Barb 203 Wierson, Dan 130, 132, 203 Wierson, Denise 203 Wierson, Greg 169 Wilcox, Paul 69, 169 Wilcox, Mrs. Rose 74, 157 Wilder, Mike 62, 64, 73, 181 Wildman, Randy 181 Williams, Chris 181 Williams, Dale 169 Williams, Danny 181 Williams, Kathi 169 Williams, Kyle 40, 96, 130, 148, 203 Williams, Rick 20, 49 Wilson, Terri 169 Wilson, Tom 36, 109, 169 Wilson, Vicki 203 Windsor, Mr. Charles 157 WINTER PLAY 54 Untrauer, Lisa 202 V Vance, Mrs. Linda 157 Vandecar, Mrs. Dorothy 157 VanDenBosch, Brian 181 Vander Gaast, Nadia 56, 64, 168 Vanderheiden, Mark 168 Vander Wal, Dale 169 Vanderwal, Joyce 93, 180 Vanderwater, David 68, 180 Van Fossen, Ken 109, 169 Vansice, Shirley 180 VanVoorhis, Vickie 56, 68 70, 72, 180 Varga, Dan 169 Vaughn, Vicki 202 Vegors, Mrs. Aurilla P. 157 Vestal, Mary 169 Vetter, Brian 64, 109 VICA 90 VOCAL MUSIC 68, 70 Voelker, Larry 63, 68, 71, 127, 136, 180 Vondra, Carla 69, 169 Voss, Pete 113, 181 W Waddill, Lynne 181 Wagner, Allen 169 Wagner, Bill 68, 71, 181 Walker, John 169 Walsh, Bill 181 Ward, Andy 51, 53, 54, 56, 57, 99. 202 Ward, Mrs. Barbara 98, 157 Ward, Janet, 202 Ward, Margaret 18] Warg, Bruce 18] Warman, Sue 35, 68, 202 Warner, Dave 177, 181 Warner, Don 202 Warren, Denise 181 Warren, Robin 169 Warren, Terry 202 Wass, Karen 15, 19, 36, 41 29, 99, 202 Wass, Kim 63, 64, 67, 73, 113, 136, 177, 178, 181 Waters, Joan 15, 185, 202 Watson, Jeff 202 Wearth, Larry 125, 130, 181 Weaver, Mrs. Sharon 157 WEB 96 Weber, Jane 44, 88, 140, 181 Webster, Cathy 181, 202 Wechsler, Robert 181 Wechsler, Steve 169 Wedin, Randall 63, 127, 177, 181 Weigel, Gail 28, 56, 169 Weigle, Pam 18] Weigle, Tim 117, 169 Weiss, David 36, 1 Weiss, Jenny 169 Weisshaar, Penny 181 Welch, Linda 69, 169 Welch, Mike 201 Wenger, Alan 181 Paul 30, 36, 38, 40, son, Mr. Jerrold 156 on, Kathy 201 Swenson, 130, 132, 185, 1 SWIMMING 126-129 Switzer, Mrs. Judy 43, 155 Switzer, Robin 180. 191 SYNCHRONETTES 34 T Talbert, Ken 198, 201 Talbot, Nancy 35, 53, 58, 68, 201 Tamashunas, Victoria 34, 44, 180 Tannous, Phebe 168 Tannous, Wadad 201 Taylor, Randy 61, 130, 180 Templeton, Joyce 201 Templeton, Mike 69, 168 Tennis 136 Terrones, Teresa 59, 168 Terrones, Toni 70, 180 Tesdall, Carla 54, 56, 168 Tesdall, Doran 202 Tesdall, Beckie 44, 202 Tesdall, Beckie 44, 202 Theodosopoulos, Connie 168 Theodospoulos, Mike 202 Thies, Charla 15, 41, 44, 62, 202 Thies, Holly 42, 62, 168 Thomas, Chan 40, 63, 65, 180 Thomas, John 37, 54, 180 Thomas, Mrs. Mary 157 Thomas, Steven 202 Thompson, Betty 65, 168 Thompson, Bonnie 70, 180 Thomson, Ray 36, 63, 67, 73, 85, 130, 180 Thorbecke, Bob 130, 132, 180 Thurston, Carol 98, 202 Tiffany, Jean 180, 202 Tiffany, Mrs. Penny 156 Timmons, Josie 36, 37, 202 Timmons, Senter 125, 168 Tostlebe, Melanie 44, 202 Towns, Buddy 168 Townsend, Jenny 88, 168 Townsend, Stephen 202 TRACK 130 Tramp, Mr. Dale 8, 28, 108, 146, 149 156 Trcka, Susan 64, 69, 168 Trexel, Mr. Milton A. 60, 63, 156 Troeh, Stan 180 Trump, Mr. Richard 157 Tschetter, Cynthia 35, 37, 70, 180 Turner, Tim 202 Tuttle, Jan 37, 42, 120, 140, 168 Tweed, Cheryl 35, 202 Twirlers 62 Tysseling, John 17, 36, 99, 136, 202 U Ulmer, Jim 51, 53, 56, 78, 180 Ulmer, John 35, 46, 48, 77, 191, 202 End your stubborness and take a photo tour of Ames Senior High School. Refuse to resume Ames High Game play because you couldn't find the free hambur- ger coupon. — . ےم‎ CX ارب‎ 3 t t " WU " 7 f 77 — M rnm um m رت‎ = T و طن‎ » UP 6 ١ P 1 1 8 0 ` Ai B = » ۲ (I , P P " au ER HT p 51 ہ8۳۳‎ یہ جه‎ = ۰۱ک ۔‎ [E acd سے‎ " EA. 2n WM اہ‎ - wart عو‎ oT) » ») ww ۹ AI chu X NT -— ۲ ur الب‎ ro ome Ret S صصص ووم‎ ھ١‎ : ex wm ےجو‎ d " poo w 3 " oc: LÍ 5 - ۳ 2i r = A Fo amo ا‎ سا ا‎ ye سا‎ Pis امت بو‎ 260 For many, high school isn’t all fun OR THE DE- and games. PRAVITY OF There's the ARSON AND loneliness of VANDALISM. watching tv in the lounge. Your physician s Move to nurses RUCE ZEND diagnosis: pffice to obtain اما ئا‎ acute physical mn excuse from Ei ales 4 exhaustion. re- PE class. Ad- RSC و‎ CI quiring no more u [ance one box. 7 5 PE. Take (slowly) d an extra turn. 26] Shark Dale Evans? line “butt-er’’? ical pinko freaks confronting can- didate? . Old West card . Typical cafeteria E. Young hippie rad- ...the AHS Game pre- sents the Expres- sions Photo Quiz! Match the five num- bered pictures with one of the following: A. Ringling Bros.— Barnum Bailey circus clown? B. Money begging Prince Charles Queen Elizabeth? According to Web- ster, an expres- sion is “also, facial aspect or intonation as in- dicative of feel- ing. With that... 262 No more pencils, no more books, no more teacher's dirty looks! IHurry to express yourself to ad- ministrators and |teachers, because {the AHS Game will self-destruct in 430 seconds... It’s 12:30; the dance (see page 12) is over, and Ray Huston, the custodian, is help- ing clean up. Take an extra turn to express thanks. CORRECT ANSWERS: 1-B. Giving a World Lit skit: Nate McCay and Judi Brugger. 2-E. Responding to student ques- Express yourself to your homework (right). Lose one turn to improve attitude. tions: gubernatorial conten- der Paul Franzenburg. 3-A. At an art fair: Miss Dorothy Gugel. 4-C. Playing bridge in the student lounge: Roberta Schwartz. 2-D. Trapped near the pond: a pig. T. Va شف ”د‎ EE يسوي‎ tl 263 1972 SPIRIT STAFF Mark Fisher, editor Christie Dailey, associate editor Mary Serovy, associate editor Peggy Barr, classes editor Gordon Meyer, head photographer EDITORIAL STAFF SENIORS: Karen Wass, head Larry Katz, sports Todd Miller Andy Ward Brian Stafford JUNIORS: Carol Peterson Sue Geist Mary Constantine Dave Fitz Meg James PHOTOGRAPHERS Chris Gammack Ken Talbert John Tysseling Todd Miller Dave Fitz Brian Stafford BUSINESS STAFF Bnne Ewing, manager Jerry Jutting ADS STAFF Linda Crom, editor Nancy Jellinger Kathy Hoff Patty Kelton Mrs. Barbara Ward, sponsor ARTWORK: Agnes Carbrey (75,95) Dean Dass (20) Mary Claire Denisen (111) Alison Exner (67) Mark Fisher (165) Game called on ac- count of darkness. Well, heave a sigh of relief, the Ames High School Game is over! However, before we say goodbye, the SPIRIT staff wishes to extend special thanks to—Mr. Hugh Hossle and Hill’s Studio for excellent service; Mr. Robert Dilley and the people at Nuclear Publishing Company for putting up with our crazy. ideas. Evans Photography for underclassmen and staff pictures; Gutmann Pheto Service for the aerial view on page 260; the WEB staff; The Ames Tribune; the Memorial Union for allowing the instant replay of the Prom; the kids in Advanced Standing English; Mark DeKovic; Tom Bliss for his daring attempts at aerial photography; Andy Riggs; and very special thanks to sponsor Mrs. Barbara Ward for her dedication and guidance (and also her dark room work!) b» e 1 TE - 1 Uem , + « ہر دو اب‎ 0 1 YF Meu A i= T4. نيا‎ - y É 3 N i 5 8 9 Y » ۹ ۲ ۱ E a - 522 na «b. مس‎ i - " 7 ١ x L 5 = " v - oN, " y " e y " 8 : 55 " v x " ) 5 — سے‎ ور‎ Pre بد‎ Van کی ام نا یہ و‎ | TONT: - کی‎ r: Tr ' A44 - 4 z i i D 5 af I Pc 4,9 ow ES» Lo na? 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