Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

 - Class of 1978

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Upper Right: EAVESDROPPING. Irma (Sue Finnemore) gazes at the prospectors' meeting. Lower Right: BEST-LAID PLANS. Corporation president Tom Johnson describes his plan for finding oil to the Broker (Peter Tipton) and the Baron (Tim Haviland). Below: TEA TIME. Mme. Constance (Erin Lundgren) discusses plans for the disposal of the villlans with the other madwomen. 32 Spring Pla y

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| @ (UAM OF LIFE How does religion affect your life? To some it meant just going to church every Sunday. To others it may have determined everything they did, from school day to work to night life. Still for others, it may have meant nothing. “For me religion is more a way of life than anything else,” commented senior Kim Rowley. For some people, religion set the pace for their life; it determined the decisions they made and or the values they set for themselves. Rowley added, ‘‘My religion is a base, a standard for many of my values.”’ “Religion affects my decisions; at least if it doesn’t it should!’’ commented junior Top Left: TWO POINTS. Fellowship for Christian Athletes (F.C.A.) members play some basketball before their weekly meeting, where they got together and shared their religious beliefs. Bottom Left: SINGING OUT. Members of the Messengers gospel singing group Steve Buchele, Steve Meyers, Liz Triplett, and Cathy Christopher practice after school. Bottom Center: LEARNING TOGETHER. A Mormon Church youth group met weekly to learn about their church's beliefs. Right: READING UP. Louise Johnson relaxes in her home reading her Bible lessons. Beth Herriott. Others used their religion to give them strength when nothing else would. " Religion guides me many times when lm searching for answers,” said senior Mark Apt. Senior Louise Johnson said, ‘‘My religion is 2 great comfort and 2 practical help to me. It teaches me what I’m here for and why; | LOVE IT!” Religion 81



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2 d T B. | Top: DISMAYED. Citizens of Chaillot, Diney Stadler, Dan Metzler, Steve Buchele and Mike Grable listen closely to the prospectors' plans. Above: GOOD ADVICE. Countess Aurelia (Barb Hembrough) convinces Pierre (Kevin Israel) that he should not commit suicide. ‘CHAILLOT’ The final play of 1978 was a French drama, “The Madwoman of Chaillot.” The play centered around an old countess who was slightly mad. The Countess believed that the entire world was good, but little did she know that it had changed right under her nose. Prospectors and company presidents were trying to sink an oil well in the midst of Paris. [hey used any and all sneaky tricks that they could to get the oil. When the Countess heard of their doings, she decided to do away with them. A mock trial was held in the Countess' cellar, and ۱] was a unanimous vote by all of her friends that the men should be destroyed. The Countess had a bottomless secret passageway in her cellar which only a sewer man knew how to open. He showed her ''the secret of th e moving stone’’ and she began her plot. She told all of the evil men of Paris that she had oil in her cellar. She sent them down inside and then closed the door on them, thereby destroying all the evil of the world. It took the Drama Department just six weeks to build the two rather large sets for the play. Kevin Israel said of the scenery, ‘‘All year the scenery for the plays has been great, but this time it was the best! " This last play kept up the Drama Department's continuing standards of excellence. ''| thought that the play was really good, " commented Karen Krieger, " Everytime | see a play | realize just how much time and effort go into such a production.” Spring Play 83

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