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 207 of 288
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Below: FIRE UP. Jennifer Christian and Robin Fawcett take a break during a basketball game. Left: ENTHUSIASTIC FAN. Clara Suarez reacts toa - dive at the Ames-Marshalltown swim meet. ` Far Left: KEEPING IN STEP. Gerilyn Griffiths | | marches EIS halftime of a football game: à pa a ee a ee as ھ d ۱ LI n : 1 ` vv خر‎ ۱ aa A ns Se ot = Be a XR WER دو‎ ای‎ bue Er a " A Do - Eig ی‎ dE. Se fie Rogge S SS SS -SnaRoham s Bob Ross | Ann Rougvie ` سس‎ ` 1 Juliana Rozeboom Renee Ruden Laura Runyan Scott Rupnow June Russell Rosanne Rutter Lisa Rutz Joni Rutzen Pam Sanders . Marty Schiel Deanna Schepers Lorraine Schlesky 1 Juniors 203

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FUNNIES In hard and troubled times some people turned to alchohol; some turned to drugs; some turned to sexual perversion; and some took refuge in. . . the comics. | What marvels lived in the folds of the Sunday funnies! The comics provided an escape to fantasyland for the everyday girl and guy. How easy it was to lose oneself in — ٦ the land of Id or in the many problems of Nichelle Nims Bob Nowlin Julie Olsson Rex Morgan M.D. Today's comics proved ` | to be quite popular among high school students. Many students loved and: admired the infamous Spiderman, who spun a web of mystery and intrigue in each episode. " 7 love Spidey ’ cause he's such a hunk. He’s also the man of my dreams; | wish | he'd xus Mary Jane— she's such a E onej junior passionately. : : ۱ proclaimed. Beis ihe Menace was ane. favorite of many. His antics with Ruff, his dog, and Joey, his best pal, amused and delighted avid readers. “| like Dennis the Menace,’’ mused Shari Wooldridge, " because he reminds me of my boyfriend. He's so mischievous!” For others, more down to earth characters, like those in Doonesberry, were favored. “I thoroughly enjoy every word of Gary Trudeau's non-conformist views of American society,’ Steve Gradwohl said. “His comic-strip - Doonesberry provides an excellent medium to convey hís subtle satire and ۱ keen insight into the American character. | especially love Zonker!'' The comics were a source of hilarity and hyjynx for the daily reader. They provided satire and information on the surrounding world. As Margaret Beaudry put it, “I like the comics, they help me escape (life). 202 Juniors — Michelle Owen Dawn Ostrem Richard Parrish Dave Partlow Paul Pattee Eric Pearce ` Bryan Pearson . Bobby Pederson Vicki Peffer Cindy Pesek Lisa Peters Tern Peterson Shelia Phelps Rhonda Phillips Sue Pietsch Marco Pineda Jeanene Powers Joel Powers Jeff Prestemon Amy Pruismann Ellen Pyle Matt Randol Jeff Rasmussen Tracy Rasmussen Eric Rawson Dave Rebarcak Pam Reger Mark Reynolds Debbie Ricci Deb Ries



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MADE TO SPEND The value of money became increasingly found themselves either working, or important to the Ames High student this going without. year, as was evident by the rising number of students putting jobs before “It takes up nearly all of my free time,” school work. lamented Dan Ewan. “But | really do need the money.” Reasoning was varied, but generally, it all came down to having a little extra From the teachers' standpoint, it is the cash in the pocket. general opinion that, for most, a part- time job is detrimental to school work. “The way | see it,” explains Dave Brown, However, some Ames High students “you spend all week working at school. ` claim differently. Then, when the weekend comes, you've got some freedom. But without a job, you “I don’t think it hurts my school work at . haven't got enough money to do the all,” Kevin Swenson says. " H anything, it things you want to QO « makes me more responsible for it.” " uten too, was a deg as costs . Thus, out of لا‎ atleast one Ames soared on everything from blue jeansto High student encounters responsibility, ` blouses. As a result, SE students 08 | through the rigors of a part-time job. dm Schmidt Ü " Al Schnormeier ۰. Chris Schroeder — Al Schumann . Lori Schwartz d Nancy ae TA Dean Seidel -Rick Self 3 ne ee See E Jane Shahan ۱ Brent یت‎ EE ۱ ` Roslyn Sears B | Karen Shoeman Deanna Short Karen Shreve Vanessa Shubert Marty Simpson Geoff Sisson David Skarshaug 204 Juniors

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