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Left: ATTENTION. Myra Nedry gets the crowd cheering with her spirited smile. Center: OBSERVATION. Julie Peters and Julie Budnik take time to glance at the score between cheers. Bottom: FIRE UP. Kelly Froning cheers the girls' basketball team on during the state tournament. Cheerleaders 147 ۱
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146 Cheerleaders HEY LET'S ا0ق g The 1977-78 cheerleaders not only cheered for a season of football, basketball, wrestling and swimming, but also decorated houses, attended banquets, planned school assemblies, and took charge of Pep Club. " We held a lot of bake sales and gave breakfasts in order to raise money for sport activities,’’ said senior Sue Junk. Julie Post added, ‘‘We put in a lot of time and work to things other than cheering. But it's really fun to create spirit and help the team win.” For fall, there was one team of eight cheerleaders. For winter sports the cheersquad was divided into three teams Above: GOOD TIME. To look at sophomore cheerleader Cissy Matt, shows that Ames High games are quite exciting. Right: ROYALTY. Nancy Sprowell cheers along with of five on each. They would alternate on events. Commenting on practices, junior Myra Nedry said, ‘‘We practiced anywhere from two to four times a week for one to -ree hours. It was hard work but was well worth it.” Fern Lawler was their sponsor and Brenda Jones was captain. The two co- captains were Julie Post and Diane Impecoven. “Everyone on the squad did their best and that's what made our year a success,” said Brenda Jones. The Ames High cheerleaders assumed many responsibilities and succeeded in helping create a successful season. the school song.
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