Ar We Va Community High School - Rocket Yearbook (Westside, IA)

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E i P 1 f if . 55 T11 1 ' ' f-Q' ,. f' . , Hi, li, f V .. FSIFHM. PEPJW54' U1 The Ar-We-Va Rocket AR-WE-VA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL WESTSIDE, IOWA SUSANNE POPP, EDITOR A school building is constructed of steel and cement, strong and permanent, but it is de- signed to accommodate an ever-changing flow of students. The echoes of their voices are heard as they stream in waves into the hallways and classrooms. To the rhythm of bells, tides of people wash in and out of the rooms and corridors and finally hack to the buses, leaving the building empty. lt is during these years that students form special dreams and memories. Each individual contributes a part of his personality to the spirit of the whole school. Soon, we the class of 1968 will be leaving this student body. With us we will take our individual dreams and memories, many of which were molded in these halls and rooms. Before we leave, we present the 1968 ROCKET as a collection of the people and events that filled our senior year. 3222. I . ', N q X ' - LM 3- .3! ' 2. . , . . , rf FEL , QQLAX Through the Windows of Ar-We-Va I! xy V t ir ' Y Table of Contents Dedication .... Administration . Faculty ...... Graduates .... Undergraduates . Organizations . . Activities . . . Sports ....... Tri-School Scope Humor ....... Advertising . . . Autographs . . . f 5 X L..-.lf DEDICATIGN i ..:!l,s ,Y ,k,.V mf M5-is , , fin if 1. A WM Q, i U1 ul MR. CURTIS R. STENDER Straight is the line of dutyg Firm is the path of truthg He has traveled both before us As a guide and friend to youth. We the Senior Class of 1968 take pride in dedicating our Rocket to Mr. Curtis R. Stender. We would like to thank him for his guidance and ever helping hand. ADM NI TRATIU s.. ,- v .1 w pf. Q 1 .,g YT .Q jg . I fi su' 1. 3.5: iT .K ,- 4 I eva. .TVA t 11:4 L, 3 ,L ' i. Q ' -ls , .O 3 14 I f 5 . 4 , ,fl 2 . m! -.11 tm' u -. -u '1 'N' . fl . z I S Q-'Y r- f J David Freese Dale Crane, President Sohool Board Leonard Petersen, Secretary W1111am Bell William Nobling Leroy Kock MR, ROBERT W. NIELSEN, SUPERINTENDENT MR, DARRELL HAZELHOFF, PRINCIPAL Buena Vista College B. A. Buena Vista College B. A. University of Iowa M, A. Drake University Westmar College N. E. Missouri State Teachers' College M.A Administration MRS, LINDA RICKERS Secretary to the Superintendent MRS, JUNE HAZELHOFF Secretary to the Principal ACULTY MR. LANNING Biology Driver's Education Sioux Falls College B. S. University of South Dakota MR. HUISMAN Indwtrial Arts Central College A, Simpson College Iowa State University State College of Iowa Lafayette College, Easton, P S M alfa -. MR. STENDER Chemistry Physics Senior and General Math U. S. Military Academy B. S. University o Iowa Iowa State University MRS. WHITEHOUSE Spanish World History Kansas State Collee Bob Jones University B. A, Drake University Coe College MR, MENTZER American History American Problems Economics Drake University B. A. University of Montana MR. CAIN Algebra l and II Geometry Girls' B. B. and Track Drake University B. S. MRS. COEN English I and Il Drake University B. A. University of Iowa M. A. Omaha University--Library Science MRS. OUVERSON English III and IV Speech Michigan State University B. A. lowa State University MR. WHEELER Guidance Counselor Iowa Wesle an College B. A. N. E. Mo. State Teachers College M. A MR. ANDERSON World Geography Girls' and Boys' P. E, ' Football Coach Peru State Colle e B. S. ' University of Negraska MR. ROWEDDER Art Elementary Art Supervisor MISS YAMAGUCHI Ass't B. B. Coach Home Economics State College Of Iowa B. A. Iowa State University B. S. Drake University MRS. MALLONEE Commercial Courses Westmar College B. A. Drake University MR. WESENBERG MRS, WESENBERG Instrumental Music Vocal Music Wartburg College B. M. E. Wartburg College B.M. E. Colorado State College M. A MR. KNOTT MR. BRADSHAW Jr. High Math Jr. High Social Studies Jr. High Boys' and Girls' P. E. Jr. High Reading Buena Vista B. A. Boys' . B. Coach University of Iowa MRS. WEISS MRS. WENZEL General Science Jr. High Jr. High Science Iowa State Teachers College Colorado State College B. A. Drake University B. S. Ass't Football Coach Buena Vista College B. A SENIORS JOYCE PIEPER Class Secretary-Treasurer "They have mighty souls and tiny bodies. " Rockette 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Homecominlg Attendant 45 Cheer- leader 2,3, 5 Track 1, 2,3,45 Hi- Lites Staff 45 Drama 1,35 Speech 1,35 Class Officer 4. TIM .TENTZEN Class Vice-President "Whatever he gives, he gives the best. " Boys Glee 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Vocal Small Groups 2,3,45 Senjusopho Singers 3, 45 Northwest Choral Chorus 35 Annual Staff 45 Class Officer 45 Basketball 1,2,3, 45 Track 3,45 Plays 3,45 A-Club 4, ao l DAN CRANE Student Council President "The busiest men have the most leisure. " Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys Glee 2, 3, 4 Concert Band 1, 2,3, 45 Chamber Band 15 Stage Band 2,3,45 Senjusopho Singers 8, 45 Small Band Groups 1,2,3,45 March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1 , 2,3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 35 A-Club 1, 2,3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Student Coun- cil 3, 4. DAN DOYLE Class President "Laugh and be well. " Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 45 A -Club 2, 3, 45 Track Manager 1, 25 Basketball 25 Boys Glee 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 45 Marching Band 1 , 2, 3, 45 Concert BandQ'1 , 2, 3 , 45 Stage Band 3', 45 Instrumental Small Groups 3,45 Pep Band 1,45 Band Council 45 Senjusopho Singers 45 Annual Staff 45 Class Officer 4. JON STAREK "They go from strength to strength. " Concert Band 1, 2, 3,4g Stage Band 1,2,3, 4, Marching Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1, 43 Band Small Groups 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3,4g Boys Glee 2,3,4g Vocal Small Groups 1, 2,3,-43 Annual Staff 45 Band Council 4, Student Council 4, Plays 45 Football 1, 2,3,4g Basketball 1, 2,35 Track 1, 2, Senjusopho Singers 3,4g A- Club 2,3, 45 Northwest Iowa Chorus 3. KAREN ANDERSEN "ln doing we learn. " Girls Glee 3,43 Mixed Chorus 2,45 Hi- Lites Staff 45 Annual Staff 4g Speech 4. TOM HEALY DIAN NE MORTO N "Gladness of heart is the life of man" "Fair words break no bones" Boy's Glee 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 2,3,4. MARLENE CLAUSEN "Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaketh. " Basketball 1, 2g Track 1, 25 Annual Staff 49 North Wind 43 Librarian 2,3g Students in Review 3,4g Girls Glee 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3,4g Speech 2,3g Rockette 2, 3, 4. Mixed Chorus 23 Gir1's Glee 45 Librarian 2,3,4. VERLE PETERSON "You rarely meet with anything in Virgil but truth. " Football 1, 2,3,4g Basketball 1, 2,3,4g Baseball 1 , 2, 3 , 4g Track 1 , 2, 4: Plays 3,4g Boys Glee 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1, 3,4g Concert Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1, 2,3g Stage Band 49 Marching Band 1, 2,3,4g A-Club 3,4. 21 LILA DETT BARN "Quiet persons are welcome every- CATHY MCCOLLOUGH where. " "Singers are merry and free from Concert Band 1, 2,3,45 Marching Band RICH LEWIS sorrow and care. " 1, 2,3,45 Pep Band 1, 2,35 Northwest "Man must make the angels laugh. " Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girls Glee 1, 2, Iowa Band 4: IFlS12IU1T1C11f211 Small Groups Baseball 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Boys 3,45 Plays 3,45 Senjusopho Singers 45 1,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Girls Glee Glee 2, 3,45 Marchin Band 1, 2,3,45 Pep Northwest Chorus 25 Cheerleader 45 1, 2,3,45 I-li-Lites Staff 45 Annual Staff 4. Band 1, 2,3, 45 A-Clui 2,3, 45 Baseball Radio Speaking 1, 25 Solo 2, 3,45 Vocal Manager 3,45 Track Manager 2,3, 45 Small Grourgs 1, 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 ALLAN GRIMSMAN Annual Staff 45 Stage Ban 45 Service Hi-Lite Sta f45 Rockettes 3,4. "A good scare is worth more to a man Club 2, Chamber Band 15 Concert Band than good advice. " 1, 2,3,45 Basketball 1, 2,35 Plays 4. ARNE AARSLAND Bo Glee 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Basket- "I shall return. " ball 1, 2, 3,45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 15 KATHLEEN SCHRADER Marching Band 45 Stage Band 45 Concert Baseball 3,45 Class Officer 2,35 A-Club "The gardens of kindness never fade" Band 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Boys Glee 45 3, 4. Librarian 3,4. Basketball 45 Track 4. i l wait? ..,,-WMO' MARILYN STARK "Win without boasting. Lose without excuse. " Girls Glee 2,35 Plays 3,45 Marchintg. Band 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Hi-Lite Sta 45 Track 1 , 2. MARK SEGEBART "Progress is nothing but the victory of laughter over dogma. " Football 1 , 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Bo s Glee 2,3,45 Student Council 45 A-Club 2,3,45 Baseball 3,45 Track 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. DEON WITT "Good nature is stronger than tomahawks. " Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girls Glee 2, 3, 45 Senjusopho Singers 3,45 Northwest Iowa Choral 25 Class Officer 25 Track 1, 25 Rockette 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Cheer- leader 3, 45 Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 3, 4. RONA RIESSEN "Friendship is the wine of life. " Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Girls Glee 2,3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Basketball Manager 3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Hi-Lite Staff 45 Student Council 45 Rockettes 2, 3, 4. SUSAN WENZEL "Our life is what our thoughts make it. " Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Chamber Band 15 Pep Band 15 Northwest Iowa Band 3, 45 Instrumental Ensembles 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Girls Glee 1,2,35 Accompanist 45 Vocal Small Groups 1, 2,3, 45 Senjusopho Singers 3,45 Service Club 15 Plays 35 Annual Staff 45 Basketball 1, 2,3, 45 Track 1,2,3,4. DON BANDOW "I feel like a fugitive from the law of averages. " Football 1 , 2, 3, 4. 23 ,de GLEN VETTER PHIL RUCH "He seen his duty and he done it. " "A good reputation is more valuable Student Council 15 Basketball 15 Class than money" Officer 2,35 Mixed Chorus 25 Boys Glee Football 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track 45 Annual Staff 4. 1,2,35 Baseball 35 Student Council 45 Boys Glee 1, 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2. WENDY KROEGER "Happiness is at the best, the noblest, VICKIE HUISENGA and the pleasantest of things. " "To be what we are, and to become Rockette 2,3,45 Class Officer 1,35 Annual what we are ca able of becoming, is Staff 45 Basketball 1, 2,3,45 Track 1, 2,3, the only end oglife. 45 Band Council 35 Play Production 2,3,45 Girls G ee 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2,45 Homecoming Queen 4. Track 15 Drama 45 S eech 45 Annual Staff 45 Hi-Lites Staff 45 Student Coun- cil 4. 24 GERRI THOMSEN "Because is a woman's reason" Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi- Lites 4. LARRY PODEY "Talk happiness. The world is sad enough. " Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Boys Glee 2,3,4 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chamber Band 15 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1,25 Northwest Iowa Band 3, 45 Band Council 4. RICK NORTH JUDY LUETJEA "Who does not love wine, women, "Travel teaches toleration. " and song remains a fool his whole life Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band MARLEEN DIXON long, " 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 35 Instrumental "Her Voice was ever soft, gentle, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 35 Small Groups 1,3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, and low, an excellent thing in woman" Boys Glee 1, 2,35 Stage Band 2,3, 45 Pep 3,45 Girls Glee 2,3,45 Drama 35 Hi-Lites Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1, 2,3 Band 1, 2,3,45 Cham er Band 15 Concert Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Track 15 Basket- Concert Band 1, 2,3,45 Girl's Glee'2,35 Band 1, 2,3, 45 Trumpet Quartet 1, 2, 3, ball 1, 25 Play Production 45 North Wind Play Properties 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 45 Brass Quartet 1, 2. Staff 4. Track 1, 25 Instrumental Small Groups 2,35 Hi-Lite Staff 45 Chamber Band 1. MARSHA SEGEBART ROBERT BERNING "To love the beautiful, to desire the "He has half the deed done, who DARRELL VOEGE good, to do the best, " made a beginning. " "He who weighs his responsibilities Hi-Lite Staff 45 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Science-Math Club 15 Mixed Chorus can bear them" Glee 3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,4. 1,213,412 BOYS Glee 2, 3,4. Football 2,3. DEBBIE CHAPPELL light heart lives long. " Basketball 15 Basketball Manager 25 Track 1, 2,3,45 Cheerleader 3 4- S eech 1 One Act Pla 1 , , p g : y : Play Production 25 Rockettes 2,3, 45 Hi-Lites Staff 4. SANDRA KOCK "Silence is the mother of truth. " Marching Band, 15 Concert Band, 15 Rockette, 3,45 Hi-Lites Staff, 4. MARSHA DOHSE "Hope is the parent of faith. " Annual Staff 45 Mixed Chorus 1 , 2,3, 45 Girls Glee 2,3, 45 Accompanist 3, 45 Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 3,45 Senjusopho Sing- ers 3,45 Rockette 2,35 Concert Band 3,45 Majorette 45 Band Queen 35 Stage Band 45 Band Council 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2,3,45 Class Officer 25 Student Council 3,4. SUSANNE POPP "The doors of wisdom are never shut. " Girls Glee 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,45 Stage Band 45 Concert Band 3,45 Marching Band 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Annual Staff 3, 45 Student Council 2,45 Class Officer 15 Sen- jusopho Singers 3,45 Vocal Small Groups 1, 2, 3, 4. CURTIS RICKERS "I am a great friend to public amusements or they keep people from vice. " Concert Band 1, 2,3,45 Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 1,2,3,4. A g-L f J lx ,7 Class Motto "Grant us the knowledge to know what is rig the courage ollow Rose 'if il." JW ,t.,,. SS OVVGI' ae Navy 2, AX fw 'WJ swfvrmusi1'f1mfffm'WfPfmmW fff me 1lv1:1u14awsuum I.C.Y.E. Student of 1968 Arne Aarsland from Tonsberg, Norway, was our foreign exchange student for the 1967-68 school year. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Peterson were Arne's Amer- ican paretns. Arne's activities of the year included concert band, pep band, stage band, boys' glee, mixed chorus, basketball, and track. With his friend- ly smile and easy conversation, Arne's understanding of Aparents increased as well as our understanding of Norway. - iigiigygi 1 UNDERGRADS FIRST ROW: Miss Yamaguchi, Mrs. Mallonee, Lori Rehbein, Lynn Crane, Kay Moser, Myra Andersen, Cindy Van Dusen, Debbie Wiese, Diane McCullough, Kathy Koch, Carmen Jurgens, Carla Ehlers, Carma Branning. SECOND ROW: Mr. Huisman, Mr. Mentzer, Linda,Andersen, Barbara Fett, Louise Fagen, Cindy Petersen, Lanice Gehlsen, Jane Nobiling, Kay Ewing, Starr Brotherson, Randy Brockman, Roger KochL THIRD ROW: Terry Strathman, David Benton, Joe Ballantine, Chad Popp, Tim Magill, Terry Ragaller, Mark Rickers, Chuck North, Barry Martins, Bill Jentzen, Larry Dettbarn. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Ewoldt, Rick Coffin, Carl Putt, Kendall Von Glan, Duane Dozark, Doug Maasen, Curt Jans, Tom lahde, Mike Ruch, Russell Rickers, Steve Mumm, Dick Pieper. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice-President, Lynn Craneg President, Rick Coffin, Secretary, Kathy Koch. l Junior Class Sophomore Class SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Robert Ertz, Secretary, Kevin Freese, President, Dennis Peters, Vice-President. FIRST ROW: Mr. Andersen, Mrs. Whitehouse, JoAnn Lewis, Janis Dixon, Peggy Cornelius, Pat Heires, Gail Meyer, Nancy Bral, Julie Huisenga, Marsha DeVold, Jane Lappe, Connie Launder- ville. SECOND ROW: Diana Stark, Rhonda Kroeger, Kathy Thomsen, Cindy Johnson, Linda Oster- holt, Linda Musfeldt, Jeanne Jentzen, Barbara Grimsman, Karen Ewing, Linda Hoogestraat, Becky Strathman, Beverly Stoffers. THIRD ROW: Joel Keairnes, Paul Wenzel, Roger Healy, John Peterson, Kim Brockman, David Wiese, Raymond Healy, David McCollough, Bob Bral, Allen Werkmeister, Allan Ragaller. FOURTH ROW: Terry Dohse, Russell McCoid, Gary Dreesen, Steve Koch, Kevin Freese, Randall Druivenga, Dean Ewoldt, Robert Ertz, Bill Weller, Dennis Peters, Glen Andersen. ji- FIRST ROW: Mr. Cain, Mrs. Coen, Mona Jordon, Toni Lindstrom, Lana Riessen, Linda Chappell, Janice Mc Collough, Peggy Branning, Vicki Dixon, Janis Hargens. SECOND ROW: Pat Herrig, Peggie Huisenga, Pat Ragaller, Connie Ewoldt, Marlene Vennink, Rhonda Grell, Pat Jensen, Connie L Launderville, Joyce Nelson, Mary Kay Ossenkop, Bonnie Stark. THIRD ROW: Jerry Pieper, Tom Brockman, Bob Neihaus, Dale McCol1ough, Cindy Ewing, Gail Weller, Wanda Grell, Barbara Jons, Glen Sommer, Dan Ballentine, Steve Musfeldt. FOURTH ROW: Dale Healy, Dick Healy, Jay Bell Paul Thompson, Arlin Hunter, Scott Ruch, Rick Rassmussen, Keith Berning, Lon Andersen, Dana Druivenga, Gary Thiedeman Freshman Class Class Officers: Dan Ballentine-President, Peggy Branning- Vice-Pres., Dale Healy-Sec.-Treas. Eighth Grade FIRST ROW: Susan Musfeldt, Lila DeVol1d, LuAnn Segebart, Karen Voege, Veronica Andersen, Gail Thied- eman, Mary Hiles, Jeri Schroeder, Ja ne Sommer, Beth Freese, lean Lenz, Eileen Ehlers, Ardis Benton, Di- ai-ie Bralf Kim Ranee Rutherford, RutliLaundervil1e, Mrs. Wenzel. SECOND ROW: Mr. Knott, Lucy Veter Kim Popp, Roberta Malloy, Sandra Schuette, Cindy Moser, Rebecca Koch, Lynn Peters, Lou Ann Ge lsen, Lorene Popp, Mary Kay Koenck, Brenda Aschinger, Pamela Stender, LuAnn Kroeger, Kristy Petersen, Mela- na Vergith, Mrs. Wiese. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Nelson, Robert Healy, Larry Ehlers, Gail Mumm, Ted Huck, Bruce Young, Dennis Morton, Bob Malloy, Kevin Linde, Ted Feilmeier, Kevin Kroeger , Michael Iurgens, Ricky Thomsen, Rodney Niehaus, Steve McCo1lough, FOURTH ROW: Russel Johnson, Gary Kral, Randy Petersen, Robert Iversen, Randy Dreessen, Allan Koch, Randy Ruch, Gary Grimsman, Bobby Koch., L -n-,,.,, y FIRST ROWg Mr. Bradshaw, Linda Hiles, Mary Ann Jackson, Sheryl Oeser, Dena Ballantine, Diane Bruggeman, Carol Ragaller, Nancy Irlbeck, Lanette Eck. SECOND ROW: Mary Kaye Schoessler, Terri Thiedeman, Rosemary Scott, Betty Herrig, Connie Kuhl, Reesa Rothmeyer, Janet Meyer, Kathy Gottsch, Doris Launderville. THIRD ROW: Kay Hoogestraat, Darlys Ewoldt, Leo Healy, Dale Lenz, Donald Healy, Clayton Bral, Beth Johnson, Becky Moore, Kathy Mason, Diane Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Michael Feilmeier, Ricky Petersen, Larry Dreessen, Russell Brockmann, Paul Muggenberg, Steven Johns, Dannie Huisenger,Ricky Brock- mann, Ricky Vetter, Keith Riley, Larry Pieper. FIFTH ROW: Rodney Koch, John Martins, Randy Mohl auer, Lyle Podey, Cary Rehbein, Ross Iverson, Marlon Druivenga, Ricky Cor- nelius, Mark Crane, Jom North, Mark Peterson. Seventh Grade -. Q-.4 4 in on ,- 4 4 y-... Q. . A . .15 -... Pil Q N -4 fn r I' 5-sq 4-.ff !"'f . 'Ls I 'I 7 F' - -wa ,gf If. ' . A. .Ah A ,--. r"f. Q. V. 5 f. hx, ' e ' vi. . Q: .3 ..., 55. .lv ms. x a gg? l'Q'r .'1.' :U m'- ,, ,D ORGA IZATIO 5 5 1 E 5 1 A Q Q Q 3 5 5 5 s E ? i 2 2 2 X 3 1 5 l s 3 E e Concert Band The Ar-We-Va Marching Band and Rookettes Drum Maj orette MISS MARSHA DOHSE L r 4 FIRST ROW! Myra Anderson, Keith Weller, Pat Jensen, Rhonda Grell, Tom Jahde. SECOND ROW: Rick Coffin, John Starek, Dan Doyle, Verle Peterson, Marsha Dohse. THIRD ROWg Tim Magill, Dan Crane, Rick North, Arne Aarsland, Scott Ruch, Rich Lewis, Chad Popp, Barry Martins. STANDING: Steve Doyle, Curtis Ians, Susanne Popp. Pep Band Stage Band FIRST ROW: Janice McCollough, Arne Aarsland, Larry Dettbarn, Rich Lewis, Curtis Rickers, Glenn Sommers, Mary Kay Ossenkop, Rich Rassmussen. SECOND ROWg Tim Magill, Rick North Bev Stoffers, Rhonda Kroeger, Kay Ewing, Barry Martens. THIRD ROW: Dan Doyle, Ion Starek Steve Doyle, Chuck North, Linda Hoogestraat, Kendall Von Glan. ' x w Lt R: Pat Jensen, Lynn C e. Northwest Iowa Choral Representatives L to R: Rick Coffin, Carla Ehlers, Lynn Crane, Chad Popp. Northwest Iowa Band Representatives L to R: Rick Coffin, Lila Dettbarn, Susan Wenzel, Larry Pod y C . Tall Corn Representatives Mixed Chorus Music reigns Within the halls of Ar-We-Va. The seventy-five voice Chorus, under the di- rection of Mrs. Phyllis Wesenberg, performed many times this year. The melodies heard varied from traditional Christmas carols to the most modern and contemporary arrangements, pro- viding entertainment for all. Boys' Glee Mixed Chorus Accornpanist Marsha Dohse FIRST ROW: Mrs. Wesenberg, Terry Dohse, Dale Healy, Dan Ballentine, Glen Sommers, Paul Thomsen, lon Andersen, Kim Brockman, Rich Lewis, Paul Wenzel, Dale McCollough. SECOND ROW: Bill Jentzen, Joe Ballentine, Chad Popp, Dan Crane, Dan Doyle, Bob Berning, Tom Healy, Verle Peterson, Chuck North. THIRD ROW: Barry Martins, Larry Podey, Steve Kock, Arlin Hutner, Glen Vetter, Kevin Freese. FOURTH ROW: Scott Ruch, Mark Rickers, Randall Druvinga, Steve Doyle, Keith Weller, Carl Putt, Glen Andersen. FIFTH ROW: Mark Segebart, Rick Coffin, Jon Stark, Jim Jentzen, Curtis Jans, Ken Von Glon. Boys Glee Accompanist Carla Ehlers Girls' Glee FIRST ROW: Mrs. Wesenberg, Janis Hargens, Lana Riessen, Patty Herrig, Beverly Stoffers, Rhonda Grell, Lila Dett- barn, Marsha Segebart, Dianne Morton, Jane Lappe, Cindy Ewing, Lori Rehbein, Mona Jordon. SECOND ROW: Kay Moser, Janis Dixon, Rona Reisson, Cathy McCullough, Carma Branning, Marleen Vennink, Linda Hoogestraat, Cindy Johnson, Wanda Grell, Susan Wenzel, Carla Ehlers. THIRD ROW: Janice McCullough, Peggy Branning, Connie Ewoldt, Gail Weller, Patty Jensen, Kay Ewing, Barb Grimsman, Karen Ewing, Mary Kay Ossenkop, Deon Witt, Llynn Crane, FOURTH ROW: Patty Ragaller, Julie Hulsenga, Barbara Jons, Joyce Nelson, Louise Fagan, Linda Osterho t, Rhonda Kroeger, Linda Andersen, Judy Luetje, Myra Andersen. FIFTH ROW: Vickie Huisenga, Karen Andersen, Marsha Dohse, Barbara Fett, Lanice ehlsen, Susanne Popp, Marlene Clausen, Linda Musfeldt, Carman Jurgins. Girls Glee Accompanist Susan Wenzel O O twig FRONT ROW: Lynn Crane, Deon Witt, Carla Ehlers, Cathy McCo11ough, Carma Branning, Marsha Dohse, Susan Wenzel. SECOND ROW: Jim Jentzen, Dan Doyle, Jon Starek, Susanne Popp. THIRD ROW: Paul Wen zel, Chad Popp, Dan Crane, Rick Coffin. M 'llhvnn SEATED: Lila Dettbarn, Co-Editor, Mrs. Mallonee, Advisor, Vickie Huisenga, Co-Editor. STAND- ING: Rona Riessen, Judy Luetje, Karen Andersen, Sandra Koch, Debbie Chappell, Marsha Segebart, Gerri Thornpsen, Joyce Pieper, Marilyn Stark, Cathy McCo1lough, Marleen Dixon. Hi-Lites Staff Librarians FRONT ROW: Mona Jordan, Vicki Dixon, Julie Huisenga, Kathleen Schrader, Marlene Vennink, Jane Lappe. BACK ROW: Vickie Huisenga, Pat Heires, Marsha Segebart, Randall Druivenga, Diane Morton, Debbie Wiese, Connie Ewoldt, Gail Meyer, Karen Andersen. Assistant Editor Wendy Kroeger, Art Editor Lanice Gehlsen, and Editor Susanne Popp study page designs and color SCHQITIQS. 2113 imp digg, ff, S, Senior Editor Marsha Dohse checks off finished pages as Copy Editor La Rue Vetter, Classes Editor Deon Witt, and Organizations Editor Susan Wenzel look at layout patterns. Tri-School Scope Editor Joyce Pieper, Activities Editor Marlene Clausen, and Sports Editor Rich Lewis check the page plans. Rocket Subscription Editor Cathy McCo11outh confers with Typist Karen Anderson and Advertising Editor Vickie Huisenga. Not pictured: Typists Lila Dettbarn and Judy Luetje. Salesmen Dan Crane, Mark Segebart, Dan Doyle, Jim Jentzen, Jon Starek, and Glen Vetter line up to begin their campaign. Junior Staffers Rick Coffin, Carrna Brafwnning, Cindy Petersen, and Lynn Crane acquaint themselves with the problems they will face in the coming year. ...1...--0 FRONT ROW: Miss Yamaguchi, Carrna Branning, Karen Ewing, Barb Grimsman, Susanne Popp, Vickie Huisenga, Rhonda Grell, Toni Lindstrom. BACK ROW: Mr. Lanning, Marsha Dohse, Dan Crane, Doug Maasen, Jon Starek, Mark Segebart, Phil Ruch, Jayne Sommers, Mrs. Ouverson. Student Council CLOCKWISEg Mark Segebart, Jirnlenzten, Dan Crane Allan Grimsman, Ga Dreesen, Dick Pieper, Mike Rnch, Don Bandow, 1Qii1Ruch,, Verle Petersen, Steve Dole Dan Do ie Rick Coffin Dou Maasen CEN Y 1 Y r - 8 ' TER FRONT ROW: Rick North, Tim Magill, Ion Starek, Rich Lewis CENTER BACK ROW: Coach Denny Bradshaw, Coach Gary Anderson, Assistant Coach Dale Rowedder A CLUB OFFICERS L to R: Secretary, Rick Coffing President Mark Segebartg Vice- Treasurer, Dan Doyle President, Dan Craneg ACTIVITIE -4. 1- v vi ,0- . . pf. fa 342 P,' , "a' fi . , x. if . -VY g'a'J .mf pf-C' 4 i',,,,5 1 ,J ' :'. :Q A n' 1 l'g A . . I 4 I ., .Q l 4 .js . 3 ,, . s a a D' 5 ka 0 1 r- F J . JE Y JoYo1-3: PIEPER RoNA RIESSEN t First Attendant Second Attendant Royalty Reigns At Homecoming Wendy Kroeger from rural Westside wears the 1967 Homecoming Queen Crown at Ar- We-Va. The brown-haired green-eyed senior was crowned October 6 at the Homecoming Assembly. Attending Wendy are Joyce Pieper, a five foot, blue-eyed senior from rural Vail, and Rona Riessen, 5'2" with eyes of blue, also a senior from rural Vail. The Homecoming activities got under way at 2:45 on October 6. The three candidates: Rona Riessen,, Joyce Pieper, and Wendy Kroeger, escorted by Jon Starek,Verle Peterson, and Dan Crane entered and took their places tothe right and left of thethrpne. They were preceded by the crownbearers, Gerald Thiedeman, Jr. and Shelly Stender. Jim Jentzen acted as Master of Ceremonies. First on the agenda was the Junior--Senior Skit. The boys enacted a scene f rom "Coaches Coroner." This was followed by the guest speaker, Mr. Whitey Thompson from Ida Grove. Following Mr. Thompson was the Freshman--Sophomore skit: The "Ar-We- Va players" played a solo game of football accompanied by two cheers from the "cheer- leaders" and a parade made up of the "queen candidates." Once again the MC took over, and finally read the schoo1's decision: Second Attendant, Rona Riessen, First Attendant, Joyce Pieperg and Queen, Wendy Kroeger. Dan C r ane , Wendy 'S escort, crowned her Queen and Mark Segebart presented her with the game ball and a dozen long-stemed red roses. From here the Cheerleaders took over with the Pep Rally. The day proved complete when the Rockets up-ended Charter Oak-Ute 21-0. The student body later danced to the music of the Kingpins. . Mark Segebart presents Queen Wendy with the game ball and roses. Speaker-Mr, Whitey Thompson Attendant-Rona Riessen Processional . vw 'wg t ' ,ig "' , N 1 W f f a W me all - ---' in A as W H BACK ROW: Verle Peterson, Dan Crane, Jon Starek. MIDDLE ROW: Joyce Pieper, Wendy Kroeger Rona Riessen. FRONT ROW: Shelley Stender, Gerald Thiedeman, Jr. 196 Homecoming l Attendant -Joyce Pieper ...,-- 55 Freshman - -Sophomore Classes "Time Out With the Cheerleaders" Homecoming Skits Junior--Senior Classes "Coaches' Coroner" Freshman - -Sophomore classes Footb all Warm -up State Fair All school, three ac-t fall play Back row: Lynn Crane, LaRue Vetter, Cathy McCollough, Marlene Clausen, Rhonda Kroeger, Rick Coffin, Richard Lewis, and Mrs. Ouverson. Kneeling: Tim Magill, Dan Crane, Barry Martins and Jon Starek. Jon Starek as Able Frake and Lynn Crane as Melissa Frake. Drama CAST Vera Sappleton - Framton Nuttle - Mrs. Sappleton - Mr. Sappleton - Master Sappleton - Beverly Stoffers Rich Lewis Marlene Clausen Jim J entzen Barry Martins The Open Window Leader of The People 'FH I I LLJ e I f f,.AAf - if-awk One Aet Plays Grandfather Jody Tiflin Carl Tiflin Mrs. Tiflin Linda Tiflin Billy Buck CAST - Jon Starek - Roger Koch - Tim Magill - Vickie Huisenga - Julie Huisenga - Verle Peterson I r BACK ROW: Verle Peterson, Richard Lewis, Lanice Gehlson, Cindy Petersen, Susanne Popp, Larry Podey, Rick Coffin. FRONT ROW: Deon Witt, Vickie Hui- senga, Joyce Pieper, Karen Andersen, Marsha Dohse. Not present-Marlene Clausen. Speech Contestants Chad Popp, Diane McCo11ough, Rhonda Kroeger Diane McCo11ough, Rick Coffin p C i SPORTS ia ,. . HEI V03-fp K """"1""'i'l'-'ff FIRST ROW: Coach Gary Anderson, Tom Iahde, Steve Doyle, Doug Maasen, Rick Coffin, Phil Ruch, Jon Starek, Verle Peterson. SECOND ROW: Dan Doyle, manager, len Andersen, John Peterson, Gary Dreesen, Dave Benton, Chuck North. DAN CRANE , Co -Captain Gridders Battle SEASON'S RECORD AR-WE-VA 19 Irwin 0 AR-WE-VA 0 Schleswig 14 AR-WE-VA 12 Dow City-Arion 6 AR-WE-VA 20 Charter Oak-Ute 0 AR-WE-VA 0 Dunlap 58 AR-WE-VA 0 Logan-Magnolia 51 AR-WE-VA 6 Woodbine 12 AR-WE-VA 7 Manning 38 A ? ...ff n- X.-,- U .p m FIRST ROW: Mark Segebart, Dan Crane, Allan Grimsman, Rick North, Don Bandow, Steve Mumm, Tim Magill, Coach Dennis Bradshaw. SECOND ROW: Arlan Hunter, Scott Ruch, Dennis Ewoldt, Carl Putt, Steve Kock, Russell McCoid, Jay Bell, Tom Brockman, Mark Rickers, manager. To 3-5 Season Ar-We-Va football of 1967 where the action was. There were many changes in the Rockets this year. They had a new coach, Mr. Gary Anderson. Among the playe r s , new faces were seen, too, as spots vacated by last year's seniors were filled by under- classmen. 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ASSISTANT COACH: COACH DENNIS 9 DALE ROWEDDER Season s Rec 0 rd BRADSHAW Rockets Schleswig 44 Rockets Charter Oak-Ute Rockets Charter Oak-Ute 95 Rockets Schleswig Rockets Dunlap 69 Rockets Dunlap Rockets Lo-Ma '73 Rockets Lo-Ma Rockets Dow City- Arion 63 Rockets Dow City-Arion Rockets Woodbine 55 Rockets Woodbine Rockets Glidden 100 Rockets Irwin Rockets Scranton 33 fSectionalj Rockets Irwin '72 Rockets Manning 1 -.-fN'ii,' Crane wmw, . ., Awww-ff,w'2 .J isiwgk. f ' ai .. f Q 122 Y. 1 if A, A 'FFP 'flikiikf 'iivfen WkN,1,fwYY6i'Q,':...,.4SsY,L.Qz'f?Q1mg,,x 1ZWwswXvdEHk.L6, 15- in ,-',' 7 I g X .N .fgxgmxl " " Teams FIRST ROW: Rhonda Grell, Patty Jensen, Linda Musfeldt, Cindy Petersen, Rhonda Kroeger, Becky Strathman, Bonnie Stark. SECOND ROW: Mr. Cain, Lana Riessen, Linda Chappell, Janice McCol1ough, Pat Ragaller, Wanda G 1 . . . re 1, Janice D1Xon, Mary Ossenkop, Lynn Crane, Rona Riessen. FIRST ROW: Coach Bradshaw, Terry Ragaller, Arlan Hunter, Dean Ewoldt, Paul Thomsen, Barry Martins, Joe Ballantine, Coach Rowedder. SECOND ROW: Phil Ruch, Jerry Pieper, Terry Strathman, Dale McCo11ough, Randy Brockman, Rick Rasmussen, Dan Ballantine, Kim Brockman, Chuck North, Mark Segebart, Steve Doyle. Girls' Varsity Basketball FIRST ROW: Susan Wenzel, Linda Andersen, Kathy Kock, Jeane Ientzen, Marilyn Stark, Linda Musfeldt, Cindy Petersen, Wendy Krueger, Gerri Thompsen, Starr Brotherson, Diana Stark, Rhonda Kroeger. SECOND ROW Rona Riessen, Mr. Cain, Mrs. Wenzel, Lynn Crane. 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