Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1978

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Top: TRIMMING POT. In his third year of ceramics, Alan Johanns trims a pot on a pottery wheel. Above: FEW MORE DABS. Blending his colors as he applies them, Mark Gruber works on a painting in painting |. Above Right: PRECIOUS METAL. Clipping silver solder, Karla Haugen prepares to finish a silver ring, a project for advanced jewelry class. Left: RUG HOOKING. Advanced fabrics student, Kim Orsinger creates a rug from yarn and burlap. Upper Left: FRAMING. Dan McRoberts, painting | student, stains the wood which will frame his composition.

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" When | go to a movie | see the work behind it, not only what the film is about and | enjoy it a lot more,’’ commented senior Chris Burger after completing the experimental film-making class offered first semester. The course was a new interdisciplinary offering taught by Dorothy Gugel and Steve Linduska. Linduska explained that since film-making is a means of communication which combines artistic visual images with word images the course was classified as a part of both the art and the English departments. ‘‘Film-making as an art is related to photography,” said Gugel. ''It involves working with color, composition, and light. It also ties in the arts of dance, music, drama, and writing.’ senior Carl Peterson expressed his feelings, " Most of the time (in art) I’m inspired by watching people, then going and listening to music, then transferring how | felt into a print or something. With film-making | could keep my music and LIGHTS CAMERA... follow my original train of thought.’ The film-making students discovered their limits. Junior Mark Gruber, explaining some of the problems they encountered said, ‘‘You need a group that really wants to make a film and has the big T (time) to put it all together. We found out how everything had to be coordinated and right on the day you filmed or it wouldn't make it.” “It took tons and tons of time, more than you'd ever imagine,” senior Shelley Alert elaborated on the time situation. ''To shoot four seconds (for the final movie) took four hours.’ The final products of the course were three eight milimeter color films two to five minutes in length. Coincidentally, the plot line of all three films concerned individuals who wanted to escape from their social ruts. " |t was a good class,” Gruber added. “| wouldn't mind taking it again.” , SS PPI Sf طط 4 ; مم A‏ SN ٣ , Below: ACTION! Getting used to his Yashica movie camera, film-maker Chris Burger shoots a length of Super-8 color film. - 64 Art



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Right: READY TO GO! Driver ed students Jeff Griffiths and Donna Bappe unlock the doors before behind-the-wheel training. Above: RINSING OFF. Jeff Hogle and Judy Rossmiller finish washing a car. Inset: DREAM JEEP. Mary Jo Macintosh tries out her conception of an ideal vehicle. ORTHO HILE .:-— k‏ .9 ` یھ co — e— ‏ ص ہے D‏ If a speeding car is coming straight at getting their licenses showed mixed you on a dark highway, the first thing you emotions. should do is: a) close your eyes and recite the Lord's Prayer, b) make sure ''l'mexcited to get my license. I'll finally | your zipper ۱5 up, or c) remember what get to drive alone without someone your Driver Ed teacher told you? yelling at me,” said Nancy Axtell. If you chose a), your chances are null. If “Idrive quite a bit without my license,. " ' ۳ your answer was b), then most likely claimed one anonymous sophomore. 1 you're a rather insecure person. If you ‘‘So it won't be that big of a deal. " | chose c), a course in Driver Education | was probably a worthwhile experience. An added feature to the program was | Driver Ed for mopeds. Students were The Driver Ed course was taken by the taught the fundamentals on moped majority of the student body. Students safety and riding. ۱ ۱ 66 0۲۷۰ Ed

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