Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1978

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Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 191 of 288
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Page 191 text:

Contrary to popular belief, the plannin g of graduation just does not happen by itself. Many long hours go into the plans. These plans include the designing of announcements, the selection of the color of caps and gowns, the collection of senior fees, and the ordering and distribution of announcements. These duties were carried out by the Senior Senate members. Another misconception is that graduation is free. For every senior there was a cost of $10 which included the $5 senior obligation and the $5 rental of the cap and gown. According to Grace Bauske, Senior Senate sponsor, ‘‘The $5 of the senior obligation went to many GRADUATION PLANS Deborah Rizzo Daniel Robbins Pamela Roberts Nancy Rockwell Karen Rod Linda Roe things which included part rental of Hilton Coliseum and Stephen’s Auditorium and the printing of the programs for the graduation ceremony.” The cost of graduation could have gone higher than the mandatory $10 if the senior chose to go to the senior picnic. There was also the cost of announcements which varied in price on the number of announcements ordered. ‘The cost of graduating got kind of high but if we wouldn't have paid it, | guess we wouldn't have graduated otherwise,’’ said one senior. As graduation neared the time and the money spent seemed worth it. Kevin Rose Michael Ross Judy Rossmiller David Rougvie Kimberly Rowley Renee Royer Douglas Ruden Michelle Rudi Emanuel Ruedenberg Scott Rumsey Seniors 187

Page 190 text:

Jeer RELAXATION. . . Gretchen Potter takes a dë break while proofreading WEB copy. Top Middle: CLOWNIN' AROUND. Vicki Gulliver and Lynette Miller show off their outfits in the Christmas Parade. Middle: HIT THE BOORS..Tom Johnson intently : ies before an exam. 186 Seniors Sheryl Powers Gary Prange Mark Pritchard Chris Rasmussen Carol Ratcliff Julie Reedholm Rick Reedholm Greg Reynolds Stacey Rhoades Bert Richards Beth Ricketts



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Gail Runge Shelley Rupnow Rick Rutter Paul Ryan Jim Samuelson Marty Sandve One of the most popular kinds of food ` place of employment for numerous high among high school students was fast school students. According to food. Of the various fast food restaurants McDonald's employee, Chris Ledet, in Ames, there were many different " Working at McDonald's is really great types. The type of restaurant depended because the employees and managers on the type of service, and the type of are on the same level, and work for a food served. common goal. Strong friendships are created by working there.’’ HOLD THE PICKLES 7 The various types of service included ordering at the counter, assembly line Although fast food restaurants were one ordering and drive-up windows. Types of of the most popular kinds of restaurants food offered included the basic among students, they were also disliked hamburgers, fries, soft drinks, shakes by many. ''| don’t like them. | only go to and less common fast foods. The main them when ۱ don't have enough time. | restaurants in Ames included Burger would rather go somewhere else,” King, McDonald’s, Hardee’s, Kentucky commented Sheri Powers. Fried Chicken, A W and Wendy’s. This type of restaurant not only offered the Although there was opposition toward | type of food that many high school the fast food restaurants, they appeared i students enjoyed, but was also a popular to be in demand and here to stay. 2 Arlene Sandvick Jonelle Sauke Bob Schlunz Steven Schmidt Mary Schroeder Katie Schultz 188 Seniors

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