Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1978

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Bill Davidson Sonja Davis Chris Delaney Mark Dennis Tom Diemer Heidi Dippold Philip Dowell Galen Drennan Marilyn Dunham Scott Dunn Ann ٦07 Ann 0٠۲ James Ellis Julia Ellis Lori Ely DECISION TIME FUTURE... 4 The senior year met students head-on to receive mail nearly every day starting while others chose to attend the typica! with tough decisions that had to be made at the end of their junior year. Ann four-year universities. and an all time high in their Kramer remembers, ‘‘After getting so responsibilities and privileges. Julie many flyers from out-of-state schools, it Although the precentage of students who Johnson reminsces over her past year, made me think twice before deciding to didn’t know what they wanted to do in the " My free time came in handy; | could go to lowa State.” future was great, some knew from an have chosen to study at school, to study early age what their goal in the ۱ at home, or to go to Du Toit's Bakery. Before the decision of where to go to professional world would be. Marilyn school was made, seniors had to decide Dunham told of her future plans, ۱ plan Many seniors found colleges recruiting upon the type of school they wanted to to attend the University of lowa next fall. them through the mailbox. It was a attend. Some students opted for the | hope to work towards a Ph. D. in common occurrence forsome students offerings of trade and technical schools, English.” E 174 Seniors



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PLAY Many people anxiously awaited the arrival of another rock group to perform. Concerts were growing popular with the wide variety of good performers. In a poll, students showed that very few had never been to.a rock concert. Tickets had a wide range in price. Some students spent as much as $10 and others spent as little as $4.50. But the average price ranged from $6 to $8. Seniors claimed that concerts were worth the money. Greg Gerstein liked concerts except he felt they cost too much. Doug Wolf, said “I like listening to loud music and having my ears destroyed.”’ Kent Varnum said, ۰۰۱ like to see human beings degrade themselves.’’ Where as, Craig Perrin felt that a person could listen to a record and hear just as much and pay less. Students liked to go to a concert and. see a good stage show. A majority favored KISS and John Denver as the best stage 176 Seniors Doran Geise Uta Gemming Greg Gerstein THE ۲ show. The Eagles, Doobie Brothers, Head East, and the Commadors were also favored as good shows. ah Oe جو‎ BEY ae | ` An B Students enjoyed special effects at a concert. Lighting was very important along with the stage set-up. But these factors were unimpressive if the group played poorly. A senior said, ۱ feel | get my money’s worth when the band plays and performs a show well.” There were a lot of concerts to attend. Foreigner was the concert most of the students enjoyed. Others enjoyed STYX, Crosby Stills and Nash, and KISS. Mark Crump said, ۰۰۱ like KISS because the music is calm and very pleasant.”’ Another student said, ‘‘I like KISS because they had a good stage show and a lot of stunt tricks.” The Hilton Coliseum was where students wanted to hear concerts. About 90 percent preferred Hilton over Veterans Auditorium. Mark Gibson Gileen Gleason Linda Gourlay Julie Grable James Grant Lee Graves

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