Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1978

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p 7 Far Left Above: ۰۰۳۱۲۳۹۵۲۹۰۳۲ Henry Winkler starred in " Heroes " which played at the Ames Theater. Far Left Middle: MUNCH DOWN. Susan Engen and Joe Stohlmeyer have a snack while watching a movie. Far Left Lower: " CLOSE ENCOUNTERS.” Shari Wooldridge looks at the sound track for the movie " Close Encounters of the Third Kind. " Left: MOVIE MADNESS. Enjoying a flick at the Maitenance Shop are Mark Handy and Tom Lendt. Above: MOVIE MUNCHIES. Pop and popcorn are among many kinds of food sold at movie theaters. Movies 77

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01 | 4 rLICAS One night while cruising down Lincoln Way, we had a close encounter with a mad storm trooper who said that we had broken the sound barrier. Well, the force must have been with us, because while we were going through high anxiety with the trooper, the good-bye girl whizzed by and he took off after her. We shot off in Pete's dragon as fast as we could, and ran into Annie Hall who was looking for Mr. Goodbar on the other side of the mountain. She said that Goodbar was the world's greatest lover, and that the turning point in their relationship was when she got Saturday night fever at Kentucky Fried. We wondered how many times she had cheated on Goodbar and run off with Moby Dick before the Kentucky Fried business. After that it was one on one between McArthur and Smokey and the Bandit. They were listening to Bugs Bunny tell about the Wilderness family and even though they went overboard into the deep, God watched over them and lit up their lives. They felt a lot better after that, so they whipped out to the airport and had a telefon. The night was the utmost and we felt like such heroes because we were acting semi-tough to some creeps from Equus. Finishing up that fiasco, we hopped into the dragon and rode onto that far away bridge in the sky. 76 Movies o’ ghy ef JF. Do sem A +, ad wU ےآ سے‎



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0٥۸۴-19 The curtain went up at 7:30 and on stage was an ancient Greek setting. Little did everyone know this was not a serious, heart breaking one act. ‘‘God, " ’ written by Woody Allen and directed by Tom Johnson and Kent Varnum, was a modern day spoof on Greek plays. The ending was a complete surprise in the second one act, ‘‘The Other Player.” Carol Yager and Mary Schroeder were the directors. The setting was a college dorm room of the deceased student. Peter (Carl Peterson) was trying to retrieve his tennis racket, but it turned out it really wasn't his. The third act was " Monica " which took place in a London flat, with Simon Elliot (Tim Haviland) trying to commit suicide. Scott Stewart was the senior director. The peanut murderer was the mystery person in “The Potman Spoke Sooth.”’ Director, Shelley Alert, griped at the audience when her actors refused to complete the play and discover the peanut murderer. The butler did it. " Dark Lady of the Sonnets’’ by George Bernard Shaw was the fifth one act. It was directed by Kari Varnum. The plot centered around Shakespeare (Eliot Stadler) going to the palace to meet his mistress and by mistake became acquainted with Queen Elizabeth the ۰ (Anne Richards) This year the senior directed One Acts ranged from Woody Allen to George Bernard Shaw. There were five different one acts, making the entire production one of the largest in the last few years. 78 One Acts Top: LIVING GOD? ''God is dead,’’ says the message Laurie Johnson is reading to The Woman (Jenny Karas) and The Writer (Peter Tipton). Above: PEANUT MURDERER. In “The Potman Spoke Sooth'' Beatrice Wiggins (Ellen Westerlund) loves to play mystery games. Right: YOUR MAJESTY. Rejecting The Man is The Lady (Anne Richards) in " Dark Lady of the Sonnets.”

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