Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1978

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Top: NOSE FOR NEWS. While on break from his job at the Mall Theatres, Mark Abel watches 0 Minutes. Above Right: LONGING GLANCES. With his eye on Cheryl Ladd, Dave Simpson considers purchasing a poster from Coach House. Above Left: STAR WARS FREAK. Julie Cheville cuddles up to a bedtime tale, ‘‘The Story of Star Wars,'' in her new Star Wars pajamas, a Christmas present from her friends. Star Quality 153

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3 Heroes have always been as American as 1 apple pie, as necessary to our society as gasoline. If a personality was not idolized for what they were, the charm was found in our image of them. Farrah Fawcett-Majors left ''Charlie's Angels'' in the spring of 1977, but at Christmas we were reminded of Farrah phenomenon with shelves lined with Farrah dolls, Farrah beauty centers, Farrah coloring books and more. With the seven million Farrah posters a little harder to find than last year, Cheryl Ladd, the new ‘‘angel,’’ and Susan Sommers from ''Three's Company” provided a replacement. Blonde haired, blue eyes Shaun Cassidy stole many a teenyboppers heart; his version of ‘‘Da Doo Ron Ron " on the charts for months. Other heartthrobs incuded Andy Gibb and John Travolta. One of the new actresses on the scene was Diane Keaton. Her appearances in " Annie Hall " and Looking For Mr. Goodbar'' showed much promise. But surely the most recognizable movie stars were Darth Vader, R2-D2 and the rest of the ‘‘Star Wars” cast. On the political scene, between the humor found in Billy Carter and his new product, ''Billy Beer, " Bert Lance proved that bad guys don't always finish last when a Saudi Arabian tycoon bought stock in his mistrusted Georgia bank and eased his financial pressures. When we wanted a good laugh, " Saturday Night Live” always seemed to fit the bill. As far as comedians were concerned, Steve (escuuuse me) Martin was one wild and crazy guy. News took a new twist when Mike Wallace, Dan Rather and Morley Safer got together on Sunday nights for ''Sixty Minutes.’ In late 1977, we recognized several great personalities, perhaps a bit too late. The deaths of Bing Crosby, Hubert Humphrey, Guy Lombardo, Charlie Chaplin, Lynyrd Skynyrd members, Groucho Marx and Elvis Presley were all a blow to the nation. Long after their 152 Star Quality z 2 وت سج‎ zt y a 1 " e deaths, however, we paid our respects with countless ‘‘Elvis Days'' on various radio stations, Guy Lombardo albums from K-Tel, live coverage of Humphrey's funeral and never-ending newspaper, radio and television tributes. When filled with inner frustration, Americans have always been able to turn to heroes. After a hard day, going to a movie or turning on the TV or stereo was just the key to one's fantasies. If people ever lose their heroes, they will lose a piece of themselves. Above: TEENYBOPPER. Ann Manatt gazes at Shaun Cassidy's baby blue eyes. Right: THE PELVIS. With all of the Elvis memorabilia, it wasn't hard for Elly Chaplik to find these posters of the late Elvis Presley, ‘‘the king of rock and roll.''



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ھک ل — Upper Left: LoAnn Campbell, Honors American literature, survey of American literature. Below: Sheryl Barta, EBCE coordinator. Bottom: Barbara Alvord, associate principal. Upper Right: Darrill Abel, DECA coordinator. " High school kids are the greatest, " ۱ ۱ ۱ Center: Keith Bailey, physical education. said LoAnn Campbell, survey of American literature and honors American literature teacher. “| appreciate the differences In human beings, so this makes it easier to work with different students,” said Campbell. Campbell tried to get the students to see what a big part English played in their lives, ‘‘not just in school, but in everyday life.” She knew that not everyone liked English. To these students she tried to introduce a variety of different assignments and many pieces of literature, so that the student could see the different aspects of the English world, and not just the grammer parts of it. Campbell loves antiques and finds it fun to hunt for them at sales. She enjoys interior decorating and has redecorated many rooms in her home. Campbell also likes to play the piano and organ. She worked her way through college by giving piano lessons. She commented, 65 felt bad when all my friends went down to the drug store, and | had to go home and give piano lessons. " Of her outside activities she said, ''! like to keep busy. | guess that's what | am, 2 very busy person.” 154 Faculty | d Dec ae v- - ےک‎ ee " Ee ۰ eo zm " t d — e — $ Se eT ; ۱ ۱ ۱

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