Forest City High School - Redskin Yearbook (Forest City, IA)

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I N 9. , Il i , .353 ' I LV ...Qt gi!-X M ADMINISTRATION . 4 'S g Z ,, 4 0 0 N 1 FACULTY ....... 5 STAFF - - . - A - In gf C ,, 'E A e IA EQ' Q " . -1- SENIORS ....... 9 UNDERCLASSMEN. . . 2' ATHLETICS wY.MAKff'y ,bo l 0,7 5' K , ff ": El Q I 7 - Qs NEW HO r ORGANIZATIONS. . MUSIC ....... 4a THE YEAR i . F Administration ,,.,..---"' ,fm sin? A 1 s' is ia 4 s U .ei 22 52 na :Q STANDING: Gilmer Haugen, Carl Larson, President Sylvin Oswald, Don R, Anderson, Russell Lewis. SEATED: High School Principal Norman Huse, Mrs. John K. Hanson, Lyle Jefson, secretary Dorothy Stoll. MR. HUSE Acting Superintendent and High School Principal Faculty MR. BARTH Agriculture MRS . BROWN Geometry Latin Trigonometry MR, ASK Advanced Science Chemistry Physics MR. BRA LAND Government MR. HUTCHINSON Advanced Science Biology Sophomore Coach MISS BLEICH Office Practice Shorthand Typing Y' MISS FREY Girls' P. E. Faculty MR KONIGSMARK U.S. History Basketball Coach Baseball Coach MR. NORDMAN Instrumental Music Music Appreciation MR. REDEL Boys' P, E, Football Coach Track Coach Faculty MR. SKELLY Vocal Music MR, SALISBURY English dvi' -9 -1 'iw-uv MR. SORENSEN Algebra Geometry Senior Math MR. THORSHEIM English IV Librarian MR. TABOR Guidance Counselor MR, WILLA DSEN Bookkeeping Business Law Psychology MR. WHITCOME Creaiive Writing Spanish taffdd SECRETARY SECRETARY MIS- Stoll Mrs. Monson COOKS JANITOR Mrs. O. Buckley, Mrs. I. Buckley. Mrs. Eddy Fred- Mr. Harms rickson. N . 1 I ,N Li Mui LL' m 'LLLA 'V . iw eniors Co-Editors! Judy Kingland Cindy Charlson x MARCELE ANDERSON "A lovely smile, a winning way, that's Marcele everyday." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3, Clarinet Choir 2, 3, Girls Glee 2, 3, FTA 1, 2, FHA 1, Health Careers 4, Warhoop 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Annual 4. STEVEN ANDERSON "Hold the fort! I'm coming!" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee 1, 2, 3,4, Madrigal 2, 3, Op- eretta 1, Solo 1 fvocalj, Spotlight Singers 2, 3, Folksong 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Annual 4, Spanish Club 3, Pep Corn- mittee 1. KATHY BANKEN "Thinks well, acts nobly, accomplishes much. " Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Girls Quartet 2, Mixed Quartet 3, Spotlight Singers 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 1 flbresidentj, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, 4, GRA 3, Latin Club 2, Health Careers 4, Warhoop 3, Annual 4, Drill Team 4. HOWARD BELSHEIM "When people agree with me l always feel that l must be wrong. " Chorus 1, 2, Glee 1, 2, Operetta 1, Track 2, 3, Sen- ior Play 4. TOM AMBROSEN "Late hours are bad for one but enjoyable for two.' Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 2, Annual 4, Homeroom Officer 2. JUDY ANDERSON "Man has his will but woman has her way. " Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 3, Quar- tet 3, Latin Club 3, GRA 3, Health Careers 4. ,4 , 3 BILL APPEL "Oh well, I got by with it. " Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, Oper- etta 1, Spotlight Singers 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Track 2, Warhoop 1, Senior Play 4. RANDY BALDWIN "There is always evening in some part of the world Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Homeroom Of- ficer 3, Annual 4, Class Officer 2. RODNEY BENSON "A nice particular guy ffellowj. " CAROL BETELS "It is better to be small and shine than to be big and cast a shadow. " Chorus 1, Small Group 1, Speech 1, FHA 2, 3,Soft- ball 1. 3"T:::2'P DOUGLAS BOOK "Peaches and schemes. " Chorus 4, Glee 4, Football 3, 4, Football Manager 1, 2, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, One Acts 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Annual 4, Pep Committee 2. DUANE BOOK "He never raises dust, but he gets there just the same. " FFA 1, 2, 3. at LEON BLANCHET "A tractor seat is more comfortable than a school seat." Annual 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY BOOK "He always beats the bell." FFA 1. F "Yo-N...-v"'? TERRY BRANSTAD "He admits there are two sides to every question-- his antl the wrong one! " Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. RALPH BRIGHTON "He 'brightons' our class." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Annual 4. ll PAUL BUREN "Talking and eloquence are not tlie same." Golf 3, Annual 4. LENNIS CARPENTIER "Whate'erl1e gives, lie gives the best. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 3, Pep Band 3, Solo 1, Chorus 4, Glee 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, FTA 3, Annual 4, Student Council 3, 4, Senior Play 4, One Acts 4, Latin Club 1. DIXIE Cl-IAPIN "A friendly smile for everyone." CINDY CHARLSON "The girl who put the pep in pepper. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual 4, GRA 1, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Committee 2, 3, Warhoop 3, 4, Drill Team 3,45 Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4. WGBH DON DAKIN "His lost time will never be found again! " Football 1, Annual 3, 4, FFA 1, 3,4. DANA DAVIS "A completely feminine female. " Glee 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, One Acts 4, Warlioop 2, Annual 4. I2 GARY COMPSTON "l'm a man for whom tlie outdoor world exists. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, 3, Pep Committee 1, 4 ROBBIE COON "An earliest seeker of tlie trutli. " FO01ba11 1, 2. 3: Basketball 1 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Class Officer 1, Student Council 2, Warlioop 1. DOUGLA S DAVIS "Off to milk the cows and chickens!" Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 FFA 1, 2 3 4 KATHY DAVIS "Our school has its own private doll---Chatty Kathy! " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 1, 2, 35 GRA 1, 25 Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Committee 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 -lnnual 3, 45 Warhoop 1, 2, 35 Health 45 One Acts 1, 3, 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4. STEVEN EDMUNDSON "The only way to eliminate temptation is to yield to it. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Basket- ball 1, 25 Baseball 15 Homeroom Officer 3. DAVID EDWA RDS "I dare not be as funny as I can." Football 2, 3. hw ,wwf "MTW ,,,,,,,,,,,f M DONA DE CAMP "lVlan's greatest confusion. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Stage Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2:5010 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Twirler 1, 3, 45 Sax Ensemble 35Cho- rns 3, 45 Glee 3, 45 Matlrigal 3, 45 Solo 35 Cheer- leader 1, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Pep Committee 3, 45 Drill Team 25 Annual 45 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 One Acts 4. DAVID DONOHUE "A football man5 a basketball man5 last, but not least, a ladies' man. " Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Warhoop 2, 3, 45 Annual 45 Home- room Officer 3. BETTY ELTHON "I don't care what happens as long as l'm in on itl' Bantl 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Glee 45 FNA 2, 35 Annual 45 Health Careers 45 GRA 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 2 Class President 15 Student Council 15 Speech 15 Basketball 15 Softball 1. SANDRA FREDRICKSON "A word is dead when it is saitl. " Fl-IA 1, 2. v PICTURE AVAILABLE LARRY FOLKERTS "Knowledge may be power, but it won't take the place of gasoline." LARRY FREDRICKSON "I may do something sensational yet!" FFA 1,23 Annual 4. DOUG GUILD "A desire to learn, a willingness to work, and determination to receive an education." Band 1, 2, 39 Stage Band 2, 35 Pep Band 3g Chorus 1, 2, 4, Glee 1, 2,45 Operetta 15 Homeroom Officer 1, 3g Student Council 43 Latin Club 23 Annual 4, Wqirhoop 45 One Acts 35 Junior Play, Senior Play. HARVEY HALLET "He burns the midnight oil, but never in toil. " tball 2, FFA 1. I4 MARSHALL FIELD "The greater the courtesy, the greater the man! FFA 1,45 Band 3,45 Pep Band 1,3,4g Chorus 1, Class v.p. 1. DAVID FBETZ "I don't know what you're talking about, but I'm against it!" Band 3,4g Pep Band 3. 't K ..,i.,.. Qs..,,,,,.,u KAY GAMBELL "Many friendships has this girl begun, of ladies many, of men but one." Band 1,2,3g Majorctte 1, 2,35 Annual 4g FTA 1, 3 4: GRA 1,2,3g Drill Team 2,33 One Acts 2, Home room Officer 1, 3, Warhoop 2g Librarian 4. JAMES GILBERTSON "Hc's the only one of his kind!" Band 1, 2,3,4g Pep Band 1, 2, 3g Chorus 1, 2,3,4g Glee 1,2,3,4g Madrigal 2,33 Operetta 1g Solo Vocal 15 Spotlight Singers 3, Football Man. 3,43 One Acts 4, Iunior Playg Senior Play. ,ja rp LYNN HANNA "Casanova's gone, Romeo is dead, but Fm still here." Pep Committee 25 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL HANSON "F.C.H.S. 's biggest tycoon." Band 15 Annual 3. xv-sslii' DIANE HELVICK "Neatness is her crowning grace." Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 2g Glee 25 GRA 25 FNA 15 Health Careers 4. FRANCES HILL "Can't help lovin' that man of mine." Annual 3,45 Warhoop 45 Librarian 45 Chorus 1 FHA 2, 35 Speech 15 Basketball 15 Softball 1. MIKE HARMS "He's gone around with more women than a re- volving door! " Track 25 Golf 3. JAN HAUGEN "I like poetry, baseball ...... " Chorus 3,45 Glee 3,45 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Class Officer fpresidentj 35 Student Council 35 Homeroom Officer5 Pep Committee 1. JERRY HOFFMAN "No man can climb out beyond the limitations of his own character. " FFA 1,2,3,45 Band 15 Chorus 1,25 Glee 25 Pep Committee 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 1. MARTHA HOLLAND "She is remembered because she can'tbe forgotten. Band 1,25 Chorus 2,3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Madrigal 35 Student Council 15 Drill Team 2, 3,45 Latin Club 1, 2,3,45 GRA 15 Annual 45 Warhoop 45 Home- room 1,35 lunior Playg Senior Play. PAUL JEFSON "Cheer up5 the worst is yet to come. " Band 1, 2, 35 Brass Sextet 35 Pep Band 1, 35 Chorus 1,3,45 Glee 1, 3,45 Operetta 15 Madrigal 35 Spot- light Singers 35 Quartet Vocal 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual 3,45 FFA 1, 25 FTA 2,3,45 Warhoop 3,45 One Acts 2,35 Junior Play5 Senior Play. CHERI JENKINS "The great pleasure of life is doing what people say you cannot." Annual 45 Chorus 15 Speech 15 Cheerleading 15 Twirler 15 FHA 15 GRA 2. QW.. -sf' JOHN JOHNSTON "Worry: a ridiculous state of mind, and what good does it do 2" Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,45 Baseball l, 2,3, 45 Golf 25 Pep Committee 2. JERRY IORGENSEN "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men. " Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Glee 1, 2, 3,45 Madrigal 35 Operetta 15 Baseball 25 FTA 45 Annual 45 Latin Club 1, 2, 3,45 Warhoop 1, 25 Homeroom Officer 1,2,3. I6 GERALD HOLTAN "I have never met anyone who could tell me some- thing Ihadn't known before." Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee 1, 2, 3,45 Operetta 15 Spot- light Singers 35 Solo 15 FTA 3,45 Latin Club 1,2, 3,45 Annual 45 Librarian 35 One Acts 3,45 Junior Playg Senior Play5 Madrigal 4. NOEL HOLTAN "Does good and disappears." Chorus 2,3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Madrigal 35 FFA 15 Track 2. BETTY CLARE JOHNSON "In your fruitcake of memories, remember her as a fruit. " Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Glee 1, 2, 3,45 Madrigal 3,45 Operetta 15 Spotlight Singers 3,45 Student of the Month5 FTA 2,3,45 GRA 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Annual 45 Warhop 1,2,35 One Acts 1,35 Senior Playg Junior Play5 Folksong 45 Solo 35 Speech 2, 3. MONICA JOHNSON "She looks like an angel, she acts like one too: but you never can tell what an angel will do." Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Glee 1, 2,3,45 Operetta 15 Latin Club 25 FTA 3,45 One Acts l. www X TOM KEEL "One day in the country is worth a month intown. " GREGORY KEO UGH "I know a lot but I just can't think of it. " ALAN KUNS "After four years of faithful service l've been laid off." Chorus 1,2,45 Glee 2,45 Baseball 15 Speech 1. LARRY LARSON "His wit goes all the way around and buttons down the back." Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,3,45 Glee 1,3,45 Operetta 15 Football 35 Annual 4. rail lf YNO PICTURE AVAILABLE LE ROY KESTER "A chip off the old nose." Football 3,45 Football Manager 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Track 35 Baseball 15 FTA 2, 3,45 Latin Club 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Committee 35 I-lomeroom Officer 25 Annual 4. JUDY KINGLAND "lt seems everyones fond of this neat blonde." Chorus 2,3,45 Glee 2,3,45 Solo 35 Quartet 35 Spotlight Singers 3,45 Student Council 1, 35 FHA 2, 35 Warhoop 3,45 Pep Committee 35 Health Careers 45 Annual 45 Madrigal 4. TOM LEVAD "I felt fine this morning until I woke up!" Football 1, 2, 3,45 Annual 4. CORINNE LOVIK "All the world's a stage, but to me it's a circus." Band 1, 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,45 Stage Band 2,3,-45 Sax Ensemble 35 Glee 1, 2,35 FTA 1,2,3,45 Speech 15 One Acts 1,2,3,45 Senior Play5 Drill Team 25 GRA lg Warhoop 35 Spanish Club 3,45 Pep Committee 2, 3. 17 .Q-W MIKE MANGAN "The talent of success is doing whatever you do well without a thought for fame." Football Man. 3,45 Basketball 2, 3,45 Latin Club l,2,3,45 FTA 3,45 Pep Com. 15 Annual 45 Home- room Officer 2, 3. PEGGY MC DERMOTT "She's a diligent worker, it is often said, for the simple reason her hair is red. " Band 1, 2, 3,45 Clarinet Choir 35 Latin Club 1,25 Glee 15 Pep Comm. 1,35 Spanish Club 1,35 Annual 4. CONNIE MERCHANT "She always speaks when spoken to. " GRA 1,2. BERGEL MOEN "A Leland lass you can't surpass. " GRA 25 Pep Committee 2, 35 FTA 15 Annual 45 Librarian 4. I8 'n i MARCIA LUND "One ofthe greatest pleasures in life is conver- sation. " Band 1, 2, 3,45 Glee l, 2,3,45 Drill Team 3,45 FTA 3,49 FHA 2,39 GRA 2. MARK LUND "Some day I'll find the right girl and take her to the movies. " Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 29 Chorus l,2,3,45 Glee 1, 2, 3, 45 Madrigal 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 15 Spotlight Singers 2,3,45 Folk Group 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Class Officer 2,45 Student Council 1,45 Latin Club 1, 2, 3,45 Annual 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play. Sunnis l l LINDA Mc VICKER l "A quiet girl but quite a girl." Chorus 15 FHA 1,3. DOUG MEINECKE "A perfect gentleman at all times. " Chorus l,2,3,45 Glee 1, 2,3,45 Folksong 3,45 Operetta 19 Solo 1, 2,39 LatinClub l,2,3,45 FTA 3,49 Pep Committee 35 Football Man. 3,45 Speech 25 Annual 35 One Acts 2,3,45 One Acts 2, 3,45 Junior Playg Senior Play. l 1 1 54 .g- .",: . .,..e K .X - DIANE MONSON "Silence is sweeter than speech." Glee 2,3,45 Warhoop 35 FTA 3,4. SANDRA MONSON "What would Ido if I couldn't giggle?" Band I,2,3,45 FHA 2, 33 FNA l, 2: Health Careers 45 Pep Committee Ig Warhoop 35 Drill Team 3,45 Homeroom Officer 2. DENNIS NATH "All men are born good." Latin Club l, 25 Football 3,45 Baseball 3. ROBERT NATH "I talked to a woman once, but I declare it was a mistake. " Annual 4. J-mfg.. 'U' SANDRA MORSE "A woman of few words doesn't have many to take back. " Annual 3, 45 Warhoop 4g Librarian 45 Glee 3: FHA 2,35 Speech I. KATHY MULLIN "The innocent look is no disguise, for mischief lurks in both her eyes." Band I, 2,3,45 Clarinet Choir 35 Clarinet Quartet 3g One Acts 3g Junior Playg Senior Playg Speech 25 Cheerleader I, 2,3,45 Pep Committee 3,45 Stu- dent Council 35 Drama I, 2. CAROL NELSON "Fine as a student, but even better as a friend." Chorus l,2,3,45G1ee I,2,3,45 Latin Club 2,35 FHA 25 FNA 35 Warhoop 3,45 Spotlight Singers 35 One Acts I, 2,35 Drill Team 1. DAVID NELSON "Saving his words for more important uses. " FFA I,2,35 Football I,2,3,4g Basketball lg Baseball 1, 3. 19 BARBARA NORSTRUDE "I live for weekends. " Band 15 Glee 15 GRA 2,45 Annual 4. VICTOR OLESON "lt seems that his seams don't last. " Football 25 Track Manager. wang JACK ORVERLIE "I can't explain it and I don't intend to try. " Latin Club 1, 25 Basketball 25 Homeroom 3. JUDITH PETERS "A merry melodious miss." Band 1, 2, 3,45 Twirler 2, 3,45 Chorus l, 2, 3,45 Glee 1, 2, 3,45 Girls Sextet 15 Girls Quartet 35 Madrigal 35 Solo 35 Folksong 3,45 Drill Team 2, 3 , 45 FHA 2, 35 GRA 25 FTA 15 Homeroom Officer 35 Annual 4. 20 RUTH NELSON "l-lere's a girl that's right in stepg a friendly smile and loads of pep. " Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Glee 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3 45 Student Council 2,45 Class Officer 1, 35 Student of the Monthg Madrigal 2, 35 Spotlight Singers 3,45 Mixed Ouartet 35 Pep Committee 3,45 FTA 15 Speech 25 Senior Play 45 Annual 45 Folksong 4. GREG NISSEN "I don't know what I'd do without school, but l'd like to try. " Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Glee 45 Football 1, 25 Freshman Play 15 Sophomore Play5 Junior Plays Senior Playg Annual 45 Variety Show 1, 2, 35 All School Play 1, 35 Thespians 2, 35 Folksong 4. ,qi JACK OLSEN "How big was Alexander that they called him great?" Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Warhoop 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 3,45 Homcroom Officer 2, 3,45 FTA 3,45 Annual 45 Baseball 1, 2,3,4. SHEILAH ORVICK "A lot of pep in a small package." One Acts 1,25 Glee l, 2,3,45 GRA 25 Annual 45 Junior Play. STEPHEN PETERSBURG "His alphabet consists of mostly A's. " FFA 1, 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,45 Glee 2,43 Band 1: Baseball 15 Student Council 25 Annual 45 Junior Play. NANCY RIHERD "I'm not bashful, you just don't know me." Annual 45 GRA 4. MARY SAHR "Women are entitled to life, liberty and the happiness of pursuit. " Warhoop 1, 25 Homeroom Officer 15 Band 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Glee 1, 2, 3,45 FTA 1, 2, 3,45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Operetta 15 One Acts 15 Pep Committee 25 Drill Team 2, 3,45 Pep Band 35 Librarian 45 Annual 3,45 GRA 1. DENNIS SCHULER "Blessed is he who invented sleep." Baseball 1. RICHARD ROVANG "I clon't know what I'd do without myself." Chorus 1, 2,3,45 Glee 1, 2, 3,45 Class Officer 25 Student Council 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Madrigal 35 ETA 3,45 FFA 1: Spanish Club 3,45 One Acts 3,45 Operetta 15 Junior Play5 Senior Playg Homeroom Officer 15 Annual 4. DIANE RUITER "l choose to be found doing my duty. " PAM SHEIMO "When silence speaks for love she has much to say. " ALAN SMITH "Presently, I feel more like buckling down and doing the work that must be done." Band 15 Glee 45 Chorus 4. 21 Q at f Q iiiiwty W ,.... ,,,. .. . , , . W- , . 5 , ,545 ,,,mL' " ,V . ,,.,, , ,gi ,, 4 ,ff w'5wQZ.i,'f if f - ' 5. f few fit ff .- f Q .wail an ,W uf, . , .-nsgwi 1 - EQ aww' 'Qu-w.,,,,. x ff af ,I 2. 5 , ,, ,.v , 'V ,mv T ,k. , VA , V V . i ,mimf , f 5 ,. am., ,., , 1 ' ,wp,':.. 'fe "1 ft"T,'ilr Vzffuf ea NANCY STEVENS "A modern miss with big brown eyes and person- ality twice her size." Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee 1,2,3,45 Operetta 15 GRA 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Warhoop 25 Spotlight Singers 2, 3, 45 Madrigal 2,35 FTA 35 Annual 45 Junior Playg Folksong 4. BECKY STIPP "Quiet and reserved--but for whom?" Warhoop 1,2,35 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee 1,2,3,45 Accompanist 15 GRA 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3: Senior Play, Homeroom Officer 2, One Acts 25 Madrigal 25 FTA 25 Drill Team 2, 3,45 Annual 45 Spotlight Singers 2,35 Pep Com. 1. MAPJORIE SWENSON "Smiles surrounded by dimples." Annual 4. DENNIS TAYLOR "So little done, so much to do." 22 PAUL SORENSON "Why take life seriously, you'l1 never get out alive. " Band 1,2,35 Pep Band 1,35 Stage Band 35 Golf 35 Pep Committee 1. RENEE STEIFF "Wonders are many, and none is more wonderful for man." FHA 25 Librarian 2,45 GRA 35 Annual 4. sw. ,,,,,. .. RONALD SUBY "Because a man doesn't talk is no sign he has nothing to say. " Basketball 15 Baseball 1. DOUGLAS SWALVE "Calmness is great advantage. " Band 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Band 2,3,4g Clarinet Choir 2, 35 Annual 4. NO PICTURE AVAILABLE BETTY THOMPSON "Dates are her favorite fruit. " GRA 1, 2. DENNIS THOMPSON "The secret of success is constancy to purpose. " Golf 2, 33 Basketball 3,4. w-Q"""" IOANNE TONNESON "Smiles go far but giggles go farther." Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee 45 Cheer- leader 1, 2,35 Photography Club 2,35 Nurses's Club 1,25 FHA 1,25 Crusadres 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Library Club 1,25 Annual 4. BYRON TWEETEN "I am always at a loss to know how much to believe. of my own stories. " Chorus 1,2,3,45 Homeroom Officer 15 Glee 1,2,3, 45 Solo l,2,35 Madrigal 1,2, 35 Operetta 15 Boys Quartet 1, 2, 35 Mixed Quartet 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2,35 Track 15 FTA 1,2,3,45 Spotlight Singers 2, 3,45 Student Council 2,45 Student of the Month5 Class Officer 3, Warhoop 45 Folksong 4. TISS? LOIS THOMPSON "A cheerful grin will always win." NANCY TIBBITS "Our forefathers blazed the trails, but me and my Chevy burn up the roads." Annual 45 Basketball 15 Chorus 15 Speech 15 Twirler 15 GRA 2. 4.163 MARCIA TWAIT "As noisey as a mouse. " Band 1, 2,3,45 FNA 15 Latin Club 1,25 Clarinet Choir 2, 35 Drill Team 25 Health Careers. AMY ZIRBEL "A sweet old fashioned girl." Chorus 45 Class Officer 15 Basketball 15 Speech 15 FHA 3: Librarian 3. :yi DON LEVAD "Never a saint with red hair. " K JERALD LOVIK "Better there than here. " Football 1, 25 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. enior Class Officers r- Mike Mangan, Vice-Presidentg Cynthia Charlson, Secretary-Treasurerg Mark Lund, President U nderclassmen , 5 P? 5 u Juniors s fs S1 L"'s ., Q X 1 stas is X 4 ii A 3 F J X i ' -- .. Q W X 5 Q xx I .L ALLQ E , ggg.. . hli K i g W " J 24513 f, 1 as i gs ang?-yi J 1 - ., . ,H . x we. a 1 's J ' i 5 2 . 2 1 gif! 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Q - X- as , ..,. 5 Philip Abrahamson Pamela Albertson Rebecca Almelien Steven Aulich Steven Bakke Lon Barke ma Rachel Benson Richard Book Pauline Borg James Carson Verlie Charlson Robert Cooper se .,.. r .L - Charles Anderson David Anderson Nancy Anderson Margaret Barth Pam Becker James Benson Louise Brighton Sally Brown Janet Buckley Fred Curtis Roger Danielson Michael Ebaugh V, ii-J. H X ,sg .s. W , .s isa X, N as . X xx ,ii 25 s iiis A s ,MT s - - L L, 1 we g sm nv J"V"'f ' - " , Q 'gs . L L .4 ,ur X A D .rrr , , , y f or ix A A K s ss-- J -' --LL 'fi ' , J ' . JJ-t. , ' Q' ' ' l '--" - G A 5 J r ' fy? B - 'J x A A sr- """ ' -- ,A J ir' ' itssss- .. ,. ' L I Q N . Q , 3 . A . ss. ': , as - " s ,sis-E I -. J A -, We , if M A -- - X i Q B R -. 'B J . we J ,,,.i,,r,i, J is - is K9 T ' , A 'fgir-fs A i ii J sa Juniors 1 ' f Ns ff V gy: , L b Kenneth Martha ' 2 .. Lewls Mccauley V l: P , ,,, ,F R 2. : V Vicki Penny 7 ., A h i V 1 Q 4 Liverca McVicker L ,.., X 'A is Mary Arlyn 1 h h L Lovik Midtgaard f Mary Steven P F F Mitchell Morse Lynn Elizabeth 'V i Mokelstad Nath S 'M Cheryl Donald 3 Monson Nissen V L Steven Linda In V I 1 Nordskog Osw ald L 5 H iii -ff Ronald Dennis .1 Q1 v' 'L 1 I Novak Ouverson si x L Barbara Cheryl 1 A V Olsen Paulson R .4 .. .,,. . 1 , ,1,'ff s Betty LaRae . Peters Pletcher If W A W - fs Marion James V ff if Peterson Rye :EQ11 E?" I Yi h V, 5 ns 1 K , ff 1 2 Q Q Z Peterson Schuler Gary Larry PM 5 Elll C 1 ,. Severson Smith ' X Es- ' ' . A,,, .' . Julius Linda y fy p flg 1 4" " Severson Sparks ' limi ,P L Richard Sharon ii ij il Ehd Shaw Strommen 5 3 II' I ' 1-1' S ' -'rA- 'lld H Judy Tom Q frssls A llrr 1 Steiff Thomas S S A ff f if 'Vl' Dana Cynthia 1 MQ' Q, H A Swanson Thompson x iah, E' 1 Linda Marilyn W . Bob Jerry s.A, ,, ,S ,.,, A Ik A VanDer1Bosch Whitehurst , h 1 ,h h Linda James i VanLenning Wooldridge f f Q, h Lucille Patty Ann ' by Waage Zobel 3 mf , . 27 Junior Class Ffioers 'Nw W.. Q can an n Dojo F Cue 1 U: rqutbu U nf: D Q1 3 Q 5 ,, r . , i t 4 7 can za gnu a Richard Peterson, Presidentg LaRae Pletcherg Vice-Presidentg Robert Cooper. Secretary Treasurer. Sophomore Class Ffioers f As as -1-, 'gif , x 2 X 5 ,Q 7, X A ,Vo,.V r r wg ,Y ' 3 ? N ., 5 2, Susan Charlson, Secretary-Treasurerg Libby Weible, Vice-Presidentp Frank Johnson, President. ophomores kk ,,,g . ,i ii, Alberta " K K . 'fs f i gp Q la Q ' June A . Q f W - Y Sri . v' :iQ ,.5, i ni: 5 as K 1 ,gk Amelsburg Gerald i so I az Wg? K - h - Anderson 1' ,m.. giiiigv I 5 r fs S 5 W so 1 ' K K Rellee .. K mmmAA , Aulick :h u gs , L . , 1 I K? , I gays: -A Elaine y if ' ' ' , Allen N-if Belsheim .4 7 Q K K - I , , , K A - . - , Blanchet . .- I . X. . K I: . 'k- Q y, " , 4. i Q -Q- 1. 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Eymann Fjetland i. rri, K sg ,'e, f ' Karen Foster John Fox Karen Franklin Charles Gambell Rebecca Gangstead Stuart Gold man Bill Fredrickson Kathleen Frein Gaily Gahan Sharon Graff Larry Handeland Lyle Hanna gg kgsgg-Q.ffagf2,g:sgg1K:sgm5QgKK , -rf ' v. if s . - f1.:.i:'1K 5 ,5,S:,,. Q, r s 1 xl i s 'EE ' ji gi fm, ,, V, was N 1 -, .af I s K- A Q, Y I 9 s. fr gvr- x :. w rfyfr- ,, - K.-Qs K , my . for Krfisrfr- K f . wi 'K 2 N Q ,SR Q. 1. -5 ESE, - ..f.1ress5 X N AO Ka Q' 5 f : ff tfsKsiw:w . we Tom Anderson Timothy Anderson Jean Arnold Stephanie Berg Robert Biver Karen Blanchet Bonnie Brown Jo Ann Brones Kandyce Callies Donna Coyle Joan Cunningham Dennis Daken ,ig r ,, . VTTTA: i, KS., N 5 'mfr G- 2 if '57 Q I . , .LE g '3- K ..,r. an Q, X 5- - A 45 sk A EA 'S' as Q F sf, Q Q X se N NK, HK as is E' 4 J x X J ,K ll ,r I as-'J J it iv rf .gl ' K iam 1 rss-sg S K X X XX X as x ophomores - J .L '--- gf. . 1 J L if 1 L SJ M J . 514 J J " J ,335 'P' J X X, ,,. 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J. .li S 'rs i R N ,T .. is X i X X - ..-- . -- N ' K P XE X s v S s is XX X X Of Q Q J N SCX X s- ' S ir Ellen Hansen Rose mary Hanson Cheryl Harms Keith Holtan Caryn Hovda Pam Hugelen Floyd Jefson Bonnie Jenkins Connie Jenkins Gary Johnson James Johnson Linda Keel ' . ,J . . t r. V., T' s x . ...I X Y -ff. E f s Xxx 1... .. . -.-, 3 Dennis Harringa Jonan Haugen Tom Heimdal Cathy Hunter John Hyland Brenda lngebretson Tony Jenkins Dean Johnson Frankie Johnson Fern Klipping Mary Knudson Carolyn Knudtson sis W., Q ' 1- wr Q- ' --. ,- . r - S K -'H J sg, in J f ' 'f Q7 -f ssfiiis f s K J- Q J if . . i.J. J . , --s .. - , W , is.. - ' . '. ire. ' - . S2 3 " ,. W S 353 li fl J ' f SQL. . ' . J N" '- + is 'fe - Q J yi - J ' X, S M XX x - , Q X J R1 s K v. Y.. , X Y Xi per . im :img on QS? ss I - -. P - s is si .Q 'sri' 1' t if 79154, p 4 .fx 5 T ries X r rm- 2. ,axis-kg! t, Q.. 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Q ' 'ff press .s ' 4 ' :,jf"4Y'. wig , 43 v ' mv -S W , s .3 ,. iif?EfunSxd,'5F135'lnl Patty Peter son Randall Rasmussen Pamela Rauke Byron Ruitor Larry Schleusner Paulette Sheimo Ronnie T annahill Cynthia Thompson Karolyn Thompson Wayne Torkelson Mark Trees LeRoy Tw ait Sandra Whitehurst Martha Wilken Jane Gustafson "lf we work upon marble, it will perish: if on brass, time will efface itg if we rear temples, they will crumble into dustg but if we work upon immortal minds, and imbue them with principles, with the just fear of God and love of our fellowmen, we Patricia Rauke David Reinke Sandra Rollefson Randy Smith Louaine Strand Dennis Sw alve Robert Thompson Judy Tibbits Jeanne Tonneson Linda Tweed Elizabeth W eible Hal Wheeler engrave on those tablets something that will brighten to all eternity. "--Daniel Webster. mug had umwmgn. 'vue ,,, H ' Q ,353 I N ' , at 0165" Q 3, .QQMQM W' E t QQ " J! fy fy 'Vim nr ,- v., wx' 'Q fi X f ffm if N A ,,'r ,fm , W,,. f b fm W , f ,V Mgm ,,.,, , Hmm fm. , J f V, af H ,H ,mfg bw,-u I 131524 1 f, , M Athletic Co-Editors: Mark Lund Jack Olsen S Y J FIRST ROW: Dennis Nath, Gerald Heimdal, Paul Jefson, Jack Olsen, Lennis Carpentier, Tom Thomas, Lynn Hanna, Randy Juhl, Steve Anderson, Mike Mangan. SECOND ROW: Coach Braland, Terry Branstad, Dave Nelson, Ralph Brighton, Bob Cooper, Tom Levad, Doug Book, John Johnston, Mike Ebaugh, Tom Ambroson, Jan Haugen, Doug Meinecke. THIRD ROW: Coach Redel, Doug Davis, Tom Keel, LeRoy Kester, Steve Knudtson, John Farus, Rich Ro- vang, Mark Lund, Dave Donohue, Rich Shaw, Jim Wooldridge, Jim Gilbertson. CLEAR LAKE CL 27-6 The Indians took command of the opening quarter and led 6-O. But the last 3 quarters saw their lead van- ish to the Lions. BUFFALO CENTER FC 14-7 The Indians won their first game of the season in a hard fought evenly matched game. BRITT B 24-19 A spirited Britt team handed the Indians a surprise defeat which later on proved costly. BELMOND B 34-18 The spirited Indians gave the Conference Champs their toughest game in conference play. OSAGE FC 20-6 The Indians capped their Homecoming festivities by beating the Devils although hampered by mistakes. GARNER FC 41-O The Indians offense was in high gear against the Cards and gave the Indians a wide margin of victory. LAKE MILLS FC 26-O After overcoming an opening defensive lapse the Indians gave their Dads something to be proud of by whalloping the Bulldogs. NORTHWOOD EC 14-6 A surprisingly strong Viking team gave the Indians a scare which would have cost the Indians second place. A last minute score saved the game. ALL CONFERENCE SELECTIO NS First Team -Jan Haugen, Jack Olsen Second Team -LeRoy Kester, Mark Lund Honorable Mention-Tom Ambroson, Steve Anderson Terry Branstad, Doug Davis John Johnston, Rich Rovang 34 ww Looks like John owes Tom a favor. What's this! M. Frank finally made a "power 9" go. The ball beat Steve but Steve beat Neal. CONFERENCE STANDINGS School Belmond Forest City Britt Buffalo Center Northwood Osage Lake Mills Garner WL 7-O 5-2 5-2 5-2 3-4 2-5 l-6 O-7 Hey fellas, Hang finally caught one! -is tQ-.' ,, "Hey Steve, if you'll get SO, I'll buy you a coke after the "Hey Hang, I think we're being followed." "Think nothing game. " "OK, you're on Mark. " of it Jack, He's all mine." 35 W FQ 5 X gy-.W -ll' w-I .Nkfr , 1 , , , I ' . xwff-XJ if ,ki iv II! I KF? he '9 ,sry x f aw ul h 4. V L x 9 ly ' i -. L' if wh x 1 2 W, ' ' Q x H D1 4. b ' M , , A 1 , ' b f 2 A. 1 ,-,,.'ifv"', 5 ?Z Lf? ff' 'L" N, , P 1 '25 ,. , gr Q Q "" ww - L9 1 sw- .. lf, f if 5 , W ,Q king-I I Q 921 RYE! 2 Ai ef' s ii Q .5 .fam fl W "MN 45 3 J, f. in X3 2 1 ,M E? Q QQ W X X 'Q ,, A ' F:- I W 33- 9 k..,h gg ' 1 . '-'- ' tfwl-fbi! y ' " . U xv 4, "" Q , W .., .6 ,.,. gym,-wg ' f?T ' , 1 'EQ 1 ' L - , K- ..., i 1,6 J I if I Y Tb: 111201135 4. 3 wg! 2' 41 Em 'ww -4.42 iv ai, xkigkgi W " . -,-'h. ,. -zlh V,,,k' 1, A A fi 5932 f' ,,,,. ,,.., .i Mi xl Varsity Basketball FIRST ROW: Tom Thomas, Robert Thompson. Mark Lund, Byron Tweeten, Richard Rovang Dave Donohue. Jack Olsen. SECOND ROW: Manager Doug Book, Steve Anderson, John Farus Dennis Thompson. LeRoy Kester, I an Haugen. Coach Konigsmark. 1964-65 Season Won I5 -Lost 4 F. C. 60 Osage 41 F. C. 84 Manly 73 Garner 46 90 Garner 61 Clarion 52 96 Lake Mills 46 Belmond 61 83 Britt 83 Buffalo Center 56 47 Belmond 71 Northwood 51 82 Buffalo Center 80 -Lake Mills 55 87 Northwood 83 Britt 46 59 Wells 74 Osage 63 57 Alumni TOURNAMENT F.C. 57 Belmond 58 Forest City's most successful season in recent years came to an end leaving many memories lingering in our minds. After staying in contention for the conference crown all year the Indians had to settle for second place after losing to Belmond in what proved to be the battle of the titans. The great balance of the Indians was instrumental in piling up their impressive record This was demon strated when all five Indian starters eamed positions on the all-conference teams - the first time this has ever been done. Some hi-lights of the past season are: the 96 points made by the Indians against Lake Mills which set a new school record . . . our 77. 3 offensive average, 3rd highest in conference history coming from behind to knock off Osage after trailing the whole game . . . the excitement of the Belmond games last but not least our heartbreaking loss to Belmond in tournament play. 135' fax kfaf .k:. Lyla vi K im. g, jr, X Rs' 'if K 5 ' kg' -Q'22h f . W , A' E' E 1 ..... ,C C 'gbu j' f 'O at E1 ' O Sf EW ,q . C '412 5 I A V :"e . I K 3 X ix. 3 . ,Q ., .. "' 5 -5 J H U QQKI ,HQKVQ ,. .. s 1 h A5A,AA "5' ""Q ,C v-1Q' ff f ref! x "S M CONFERENCE S TA NDINGS Egg Y , ALL CONFERENCE SELECTIONS Belmond 14 Q ff ! . , , First Team Mark Lund - G Forest City 12 1 L Dave Donohue - U E. Lake Mi11S 3 - Second Team Jack Olsen - G -, Jan Haugen - G Buffalo Center 7 Rich Rovang - C Garner 6 LETTERNEN NOT PICTURED Northwood 5 Lynn Hanna Mike Mangan Britt 3 11 John Johnston Osage 1 13 Co-Captains ? gwlr. 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F. 40 Sue SEASON RECORD Buffalo Center O Britt O Belmond 7 Osage 6 Garner 6 Lake Mills 13 SE: ""'....-.- Ns. S ROW ONE: Tom Heimdahl, Mike Mullin, Jerry Anderson, Torn Anderson, Frank Johnson, Bob Davis. ROW TWO: Dan Davis, rngr.g Tom Monson, Lyle Hanna, Rielly Lewis, Tim Anderson, Mark Trees, Coach Hutchinson. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Belmond Lake Mills Forest City Buffalo Center Osage Northwood Britt Garner 12-2 11-3 10-4 lO-4 o-9 5-9 2-12 1-13 ,QE , .s N - Q 1 - :V is Fifi. in -' Rye Becky Pam Baseball 4 -f ,X X XXV Xia X N A l is fn' - E sam , jf AJ! 1 fb A 5 .fx x x gas f ,ix 3 Gdgiikyf so .is .s , ,, s M , X Terry Branstad. ROW TWO: Coach Konigsmark John Johnston Tom Thomas Dave Nelson Bob Davis Chuck Gambell, Jack Olsen, Doug Book mor. LET TERM EN Jan Han en Jack Olsen Dax e Donohue Rich Rox an Ferry Branstad John Johnston lom Fhomas Bob Dax is Don Book Mgr Sectional: District: Corwith Newman Osa Wells Corxx ith ' TOURNAMENTS F. C. 6 Rockford 3 F. C. 3 Newman l F. C, 2 Mason City O F. C. O Waverly l ROW ONE: ,Jan Haugen, Mark Trees, Mark Lund, Rich Rovang, Dave Donohue, Lynn Hanna, Craig Eymann, ' O F C 6 1 F C 11 0 F C S ge O F C 4 6 F C 1 ' 3 A 25 ' ' Q Mark Lund 9 S ' Y ' O AWARDS DAY: "Who's got dirty feet? " Track and Golf ynqnipl, im, J, , . lu: , gran px!! Yimf ,ag Q, 02 ROW ONE: Tom Gjelten, Noel Holtan, Dan Davis, Tom Monson, Craig Monson, Mike Eland, Paul Jefson, Larry Handeland, Ron Tannahill, Steve Anderson. ROW TWO: Doug Davis, John Farus, Mike Ebaugh, Howard Bel- sheim, Lyle Hanna, Jim Gilbertson, Robbie Coon, Jim Benson, John Messer, Larry Schleusner, Gerald Heimdal. ROW THREE: Coach Redel, Ron Navak, Jim Wooldridge, LeRoy Kester, Tim Anderson, Bob Cooper, Rich Shaw, Jim Levad, Chip Carter, Doug Menieke, rngr. TRACK LETTERMEN Steve Anderson Howard Belsheim Robbie Coon Jim Gilbertson Noel Holtan Doug Davis Leroy Kester Mike Ebaugh John Farus Tom Gjelten Gerald Heimdal Lyle Hanna Ron Tannahill Larry Schleusner i GOLF LETTERMEN Dennis Thompson Jerry Anderson Paul Buren Tom Anderson Robert Thompson Ffallk J0hUS01'1 SEASON RECORD Dual Meets: W L T 4 3 l Sectional Tourney: 3rd lea a , mis A ,Mg ,V , f I N ' ,", V' 5 llii ' A J A i 4' f 4 1 as ' ,f M . W , Wi 2 , V-, my M M ,l V 9 , Q' T. f W-mwwmrfmawwewr vir, 1 fs, - W, "ig I V-Q ?'w.4L4e'h sq V W -,', , - in , 45 ff V. ,V . A filld 'lid ' I , ,V 'f' 4 '? f"'1fQ"7j M" , K ,Z ' A LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Hutchinson, Robert Thompson, Dennis Thompson, Paul Buren, Jerry Anderson, Mike Mullin, Stuart Goldman, Tom Anderson, Frank Johnson. 43 If X f:::-'ESG ilhiiar jx . , .K J ,rg-Qjif H s l Q-1.2155-Q K -1 - ' - My X' ,vm Qi.pix-ii.g,Q1?XigQ51sga:ig.', fN2:g.- 7 . f ' MAw , 'X . . . X , W A . .. ,. , - .x.. , My . , ..,. , - 4 H Y Y Y ,Www . 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Glee Clubs Girls Glee Boys Glee Chorus mall Groups lpOYS' QUARTET "A" Paul lefson Steve Anderson Rich Rovang Byron Tweetcn IJUYS' QUARTIQT Noel Mohan Floyd Jefson John Hyland Steve Petcrsbnr .gaull-"' M.'XDlllGAl. "IX" Paul Jullson Marihn llollrind ,lzniics Gilhcrtswii Donn DcC4nnp Greg Nissen Kathy ljginlmn Rl XDRIGXI. " Toni Gjcltcn Jnlic Aniclsbcrg Kciili Holtaii l3ctty,l0linso1i Richard Shaw Sally Brown Byron Txvectcn rlndy Kiiiglnnd klrirlq Iiind klndy .Xiidcrswri Sieve ,Xiidcrsoii CrirwlNrl5iu1i B., jerry Ifhiltnii ,Xndrcy llohrin jrniics Cgirsnn Gail Ggihnn lcrry ,lurgciiscri ,ln Mins 'lkiiiiicson Lcnnis Cnrpcnticr 49 5 potlight on STAGE BAND Dona DeCamp Janet Buckley 85590 Q, 0 Gary Compston Mary Knudson Corinne Lovik Becky Stipp Linda Sparks Lennis Carpentier Steve Edmondson Greg Hall James Gilbertson Richard Shaw Ken Lewis Ralph Brighton Randy Juhl Robert Cooper Bob VanDenBosch Stuart Goldman DRUM SOLOIST Stuart Goldman 50 Doug Meinecke Nancy Stevens Mark Lund Ruth Nelson Steve Anderson FOLKSONG TEN Greg Nissen Judy Peters Byron Tweeten Betty Clare Johnson Richard Shaw Broadway "Another Opnin, Another Show, " as sung by the Spotlight Singers with accompaniment by the concert band, marked the open- ing of the third annual Spotlight on Broadway Show. The Spotlight on Broadway performance was the highlight of the 1964-1965 year for both the vocal and instrumental departments at FCHS. Hours of rehearsal and planning had gone into making this show the "best yet. " Featured in this year's Spotlight on Broadway show were various vocal and instrumental groups. Fulfilling the choral portion of the program were numbers by the Spotlight Singers, the Folksong Ten, the Boys' Glee, and the Girls' Glee. The instrumental portion featured tunes by both the concert and stage bands. The program centered around top songs and tunes from outstanding Broadway musicals. SPOTLIGHT SINGERS ROW ONE: Becky Stipp Jan Haugen Dona DeCamp Steve Anderson Linda Murra James Gilbertson Gail Gahan Bill Appel Nancy Stevens NOT PICTURED: Paul Iefson ROW TWO: Julie Amelsberg Judy Peters Jerry Jorgensen Ruth Nelson Gerald Holtan Kathy Banken Byron Tweeten Audrey Holtan ROW THREE: Greg Nissen Judy Kingland Lennis Carpentier Betty Clare Johnson Mark Lund Martha Holland Doug Guild Carol Nelson Richard Shaw Sally Brown Richard Rovang Csmncerf CLARINETSg BASS CLARINETSZ Marcele Anderson Pam Albertson Gail Gahan Karen Foster Kathy Davis Peggy McDermott Diane Helvick Cynthia Thompson Kandy Callies Jeannine Tonneson Larry Larson Betty Elthon Linda Murra ALTO CLARINETS: Marcia Twait Kathy Mullin Doug Swalve Judy Peters Pauline Borg Keith l-loltan FLUTES: Jo Anne Tonneson Sandra Monson Marcia Lund Cheryl Monson Jane Olson Janan Haugen OBOES: Vicky Liverca Cynthia Charlson BASSOONS: Karen Franklin Ellen Hansen Band ALTO SAXOPHONE: Dona DeCamp Janet Buckley Gary Compston Karen Knudson TENOR SAXOPHONE: Richard Shaw BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Corinne Lovik TROMBONES: Randy Juhl Robert Cooper Ralph Brighton Ken Lewis Bob VanDen Bosch Mary Lovick BARITONES: Mark Lund Paul Jefson Elizabeth Nath CORNETS: Steven Edmondson Greg Hall Lennis Carpentier Linda Sparks Mary Mitchell Dave Fietz fumes Gilbertson Marshall Field TUBAS: Floyd jefson Ron Tannahill Bob Davis TAMPANI: Randy Baldwin PERCUSSION: Stuart Goldman Chuck Ganibell Lon Fjetland f DIRECTOR Mr. Robert Nordman Marching Band X-,K I '. Q4 Q qi .A 5. ,a 1. 5.4 9' , 'SBS Marching Percussion lsowribmb A CYMBALS: Karen Franklin SNARES: Stuart Goldman Chuck Garnbell Doug Swalve BASS DRUMS: Randy Baldwin Larry Larson TENOR DRUMS: Vicky Liverca Janan Haugen Corinne Lovilc Cynthia Charlson Band mall Groups SAXOPHONE QU ARTIST Junct Buckley Donn DcCamp Corinne Lovilq Richard Shaw CLARINET Cl IOIR liurcn llosrcr Xldrcm Txvgrlt Pam AXHJCILSOH Gull Gnlrgnr Klllllb Tdnlhn Doug Swalvc Mglrcclc Andersson Chuck Grnnhcll Stuart Goldman Doug Swalvc Robert Cooper Randy ,lnhl Ralph Brighron Goh Xb nDcn Burch licn Lcwls R1CllLll1l Shaw C.1ryC0nlp5tn11 PEP IS,-XNID l.l1z3lu-rlrxrrll Clue llgill SLQXX llLllllUl1LlSUll lrulllllf Cgrpcnlrcr l.lllLl.l sparks k,l,wryXllLcl1cll F.i,1rsl1g1lll1cld ,l.l1IECS Gllhcrtewn lhvnl l nw bwl3l3,.x1f Run Tdnnnhill TROYX T BONE OU4XRl'E'l' Kcn Lcwls Randy lnhl Rohcrr Cwpcr Bch V.ll1Dp'll Blusc 1 Chairman Mr. Robert Nordman Mr. Elliott Cooper Director Treasurer Mr. Ralph Brighton Mrs. Wilfred Peters Mrs. Sylvan Oswald Secretary Rev. Max E. Goldman Not Pictured: Mr. Erwin Foster STEERING COMMITTEE Upon the approval by the school board of an invitation to the FCHS concert band to perform in June of 1965 at the New York World's Fair, various plans and fund-raising projects were initiated to finance and organize the trip. Throughout the year, the band members were engaged in such projects as bake sales, a newspaper subscription sales program a community fun night, and candy sales. Additional proceeds for the trip were through the interest of a number of community groups. Under the financial guidance of the Steering Committee, sufficient funds were obtained for the band to make their trip. The FCI-IS concert band was scheduled to make two performances at the Fair on June 8, 1965. The first was at the United States Pavillion and the second at the Tiparillo Band Pavillion. Chaperones included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nordman, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Huse, Mr. and Mrs, Sigurd Fardahl, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Skelley, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tabor. The band is grateful to the administration, the faculty, and the com- munity for their cooperation and interest in this undertaking. Organization Co-Editors: Marcele Anderson Lennis Carpentier Annual iaff OFFICERS PURPOSE Editor . . Betty Clare Johnson The 1964-G5 annual staff spent much time in try- ing to put together an annual which will outdo those of the past. In order to finance this project we had a Coat Junior Editor . . . Audrey Holtan check at basketball games, Birthday calendar sales, and our yearly annual sale. We hope the contents of this yearbook will help to preserve the overflowing treasury Business Manager . . . . Kathy Banken of your Forest City High School memories. FRONT ROW: Jack Olsen, Lennis Carpentier, Cindy Charlson, Dana Davis, Kay Gambell, Audrey Hol- tan, Betty Clare Johnson, Kathy Banken, Corinne Lovik, Judy Peters, Judy Kingland, Marcele Anderson, Doug Guild. SECOND ROW: Mark Lund, Becky Stipp, Dona DeCamp, Mary Sahr, Pauline Borg, Sherry Jenkins, Barbara Norstrud, Nancy Richard, Nancy Tibbits, Sandy Morse, Frances Hill, Marjorie Swenson. THIRD ROW: Bergel Moen, Sheliah Orvick, Kathy Mullin, Kathy Davis, Tom Anibroson, John Johnston, Nancy Stevens, Elizabeth Nath, Ruth Nelson, Martha Holland, Betty Elthon, Renee Steiff. FOURTH ROW: Don Dakin, Steve Petersburg, Jerry Jorgensen, Paul Jefson, Rich Rovang, Steve Anderson, LeRoy Kester, Dave Donahue, Tom Keel, Paul Buren. FIFTH ROW: Larry Larson, Gerald Holtan, Ken Lewis, Doug Swalve, Ralph Brighten, Randy Baldwin, Robert Nath. 58 OFFICERS President . . . Vice-President . Treasurer . . Secretary . PURPOSE tudeni Council Byron Tweeten Richard Peterson . . Ken Lewis . Ruth Nelson The Student Council represents the ideas of the student body and links the faculty and students to- gether. The high school principal, Mr. Huse, is ad- visor to the Council. The Council is made up of six members from each class. 8...,-mmm... FRONT ROW: Pam Hugelen, Kathy Banken, Ruth Nelson, By- ron Tweetcn, Richard Peterson, Ken Lewis, Audrey Holtan, Sally Brown. SECOND ROW: Frank Johnson, Lennis Carpen- tier, Doug Guild, Riley Lewis, Mark Lund, Mark Trees, James Carson, Tom Petersburg, Greg Hall, Becky Gangstead. Pep Committee FRONT ROW: Pam Hugelen, Verlie Charlson, Corinne Lo- vik, Judy Kingland, Kathy Mullin, Dona DeCamp. SECOND ROW: Julie Amelsburg, Karen Foster, Ellen Hansen, Donna Coyle, Carolyn Knudtson, Doug Meinecke, Linda Oswald, Cynthia Charlson, Ruth Nelson, Sue Charlson, Nancy Ste- vens, Kathy Davis. OFFICERS Chairman . . . . Judy Kingland Vice-Chairman . . . Corinne Lovik Secretary . . . . Verlie Charlson Treasurer . . . . . Kathy Mullin PURPOSE Pep Committee members are selected the previous spring by the Student Council. Applications for member- ship are open to anyone who may wish to take an active part. Meetings are held weekly to plan ideas for arousing school spirit. Their work is financed by selling home- coming pins and book covers. ln the fall the members take care of Homecoming plans. In addition, this year they have made lapel signs for all games, have covered the hoop for home games, and have sponsored the special pep boosters. 59 Future Teachers PURPOSE Membership in Future Teachers is open to any senior high student interested. The 1964- 1965 goals included: 1. the training required to be a teacher 2. finances and scholarships available 3. professional attitudes and responsibilities Our program for the 1964-1965 school year included: 1. the district meeting at Charles City 2. observation in the elementary grades 3. the state meeting at Des Moines 4. a program on parliamentary procedure 5. Prospective Teacher Day at Waldorf for senior members only 6. various films on teaching 7. distributing apples to all high school teachers during National Educational Week 8. banquet and initiation OFFICERS President .... . . . Corinne Lovik Librarian .... . . Mike Mangan Vice-President . . . Betty Clare Johnson Parliamentarian . . . . Dave Donohue Secretary . . . . Audrey Holtan Historian . . . Marcia Lund Treasurer . . . . Monica Johnson FRONT ROW: LeRoy Kester, Dave Donohue, Mike Mangan, Audrey Holtan, Betty Clare Johnson, Corinne Lovik, Monica Johnson, Marcia Lund. SECOND ROW: Diane Monson, Linda Sparks, Mary Lylah Sahr, Kay C-ambell, Mary Mangan, Pat Peterson, Pauline Borg, Cheryl Monson, Stephanie Berg, Donna Coyle. THIRD ROW: Gerald Holtan, Jack Olsen, Jerry Jorgenson, Paul Jefson, Rich Rovang, Byron Tweeten, Doug Meinecke, Pat Gunderson, Caryn Hovda, Jane Olsen. alin Club OFFICERS PURPOSE Consuls . . Mark Trees, Chip Carter The chief purpose of the Satellites Romani is to give students a more complete background on early Ro- Aediles . . . Libby Weible, Sue Charlson man life. Any high school student who is or has been a Latin student is eligible to join. The activities fOr IHC Lector . . . . . David Peterson 1964-1965 school year included: having a potluck sup- per, making rice mosaics, singing Latin songs and Historicus . . . Jane Martin dramatizing various plays which illustrate Roman life. The highlight of the year was a banquet held in true Scriba . . . .Carolyn Knudtson Roman Style in the early Spring, Praetor . . Allen Belsheim Quaestor ...............SueEymann FRONT ROW: Stuart Goldman, Allen Belsheim, Sue Eymann, Libby Weible, Chip Carter, Mark Trees, Sue Charlson, Carolyn Knudtson, David Peterson, Mike Mangan. SECOND ROW: LeRoy Kester, Kathy Davis, Jack Olsen, Gerald Holtan, Martha Holland, Mary Mangan, Jane Olson, Becky Gangstead, Stephanie Berg, Pam Hugelen. THIRD ROW: Lorene Anderson, Kathy Boman, Roberta Shaw, Joy Belsheim, Darcia Kooiman, Judy Berg, John Messer, Pat Peterson, Elaine Bartle- son, Jean Arnold. FOURTH ROW: Marcia McGuire, Becky Banken, Cathy Carson, Diane Holland Debra Charlson, Danny Holland, Mark Strand, Dave Haugen, Danny Schmidt. 1 President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer . Correspondent OFFICERS panish Club . Corinne Lovik Richard Peterson . Pat Gunderson . Linda Murra . Caryn Hovda PURPOSE Los Conquistadores was organized in the interests of better cultural understanding of Spain and Spanish America. The biggest date on member's calendars is the Christmas Party, celebrating Christmas and New Year's in the best Spanish traditions. FRONT ROW: Steven Aulich, Greg Hall, Robert Cooper, Pat Gunderson, Richard Peterson, Corinne Lovik, Linda Murra, Caryn Hovda, Laurie Norvet, Pat Davis, JoAnn Tonneson. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Almelien, Julie Alnielsburg, Sue Boman, Pauline Borg, Cheryl Monson, Audrey Holtan, Vicki Liverca, Gail Gahan, Jeannie Tonneson, Ron Albertson, Rich Bovang, Tom Gjelten. THIRD ROW: Laurie Anderson, Jone Sargeant, Nancy Tweeten, Rosemary Hayes, Mary Mitchell, Geral- dine McCalloch, Chuck Hearen, Tom Monson, Lyle Hanna, Keith Holtan, james Carson. FOURTH ROW: Donna Coyle, Carol Monson, Ellen Hansen, Karen Foster, Donna Rovang, Roberta Smith, Kathy Book, Jim Almelsburg, Doug Porter, Danny Fauske. FIFTH ROW: Mary Jorgensen, Barb Reisetter, Diane Peterson, Jerry Kasik, Mike Book, Gregg Dunn, Larry Ottis, Lawrence Kudej, Dennis Swalve. SIXTH ROW: Phillip Holtan, Paul Helvick, Dennis Lammers. Librarians The librarian, Mr. Thorsheim, is aided in his work by a staff of librarians com- posed of high school students. Everyone works together to make the library as profit- able as possible. ,f"'? President. . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . Sentinel . Reporter . FRONT ROW: Sandra Morse, Betsy Nath, Jane Hansen, Sherry Frederickson, Pam Hugelen, Margaret Barth, Mary Mangan, Rebecca Almelien, Frances Hill, Bergel Moen, Lois Felland, Sue Eymann. SECOND ROW: Sharon Holland, Betty Peters, Linda VanLenning, Alberta Ambroson, Renee Steiff, Mary Lylah Sahr, Kay Gambell, Jean Arnold, Judy Steiff, Sharon Dunn, Mary Bowman, Louaine Strand, Janet John- ston, Dennis Dakin. OFFICERS PURPOSE Future . Doug Davis , , Riley Davis , Richard Brighton , Jerry Hoffman . Leon Blanchet . Gerald Lovik The aim of Future Farmers is the development of agricultural leadership, co-operation, and citizenship. The Pioot Knob Chapter has monthly meetings with guest speakers and recreation. The highlight of the year was the Parent-Son Banquet. For the l9G1l-1965 school year, the club participated in parliamentary procedure, creed speaking, seven area livestock judging contests and the National Harvest Safety Program. Farmers FRONT ROW: Doug Davis, Riley Lewis, Richard Brighton, Jerry Hoffman. SECOND ROW: Mark Peters burg, Ron Almelein, Jim Benson, David Nelson, Bob Olson, Mike Hall, Blaine Field, Jim VanLenning, Ger- ald Heimdal, Steve Petersburg, Arlyn Mitgaard, Tom Petersburg, Tom O'Rourke, Marshall Field, Tom Heim dal, Harley Lackore, Monte Monson. 63 'X OFFICERS President . . Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer . . Board Member . . Health Careers Club . Betty Elthon . . Carol Nelson Marcele Anderson . . Judy Kingland . . Janet Johnston PURPOSE The Health Careers Club acquaints its members with the duties and responsibilities of nurses, dieticians, medical secretaries, and laboratory technologists. Their activities for the 1964-1965 school year included: touring the Mayo Clinic, St. Mary's School of Nursing, and State Hospital at Rochester, Minnesota, having a Christmas banquet, and having films and special speakers at meetings. FRONT ROW: Margaret Barth, Sandy Monson, Kathy Banken, Marcele Anderson, Carol Nel- son, Betty Elthon, Janet Johnston, Pam Becker, Kathy Davis. SECOND ROW: Marcia Twait, Sharon Dunn, Janet Buckley, Mardelle Lawson, Ellen Hansen, Carolyn Knudtson, Diane Hel- vick, Judy Anderson, Bonnie Brown, Jean Arnold, Libby Weible, Louise Brighten, Pam Albert- son, Betty Groves. 64 GirI's Recreational Asssocietion FRONT ROW: Cathy Neilson, Pat Rauk, Diane Elman, Brenda Ingerbritson, Alberta Ambroson, Linda Keel, Fern Klipping, Geraldine McCalloh. SECOND ROW: Sharon Dunn, Mardelle Lawson, Cheryl Harms, JoAnn Brones, Sherry Frederickson, Mary Bowman, Lauaine Strand, Kathy Hunter, Cheryl Paulson. THIRD ROW: Nancy Riherd, Sandra Rollefson, Pam Rauk, Rachel Benson, Cindy Thompson, Lois Felland, Mary Lovik, Janan Hau- gen. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Norstrude. OFFICERS President .... . Mary Lovick Vice-President . . . . Janan Haugen Secretary-Treasurer . . . Linda Keel Social Chairman . . . Fern Klipping PURPOSE The Girl's Recreational Association stimulates inter- est by offering a wholesome program of games and sports. Its many activities for the 1964-65 school year included: a scavenger hunt, volleyball, basketball, golfing, skating, softball, bowling, and a Christmas Party. T'he club has a point system whereby members can receive letters and awards. Future Homemekers OFFICERS President .... . Diane Elman Vice-President . . . . Marcia Lund Secretary-Treasurer . . . Mary Bowman District Rep ..... . . Judy Kingland Reporter . . ...... Cindy Thompson PURPOSE Future I-lomemakers of America is open to anyone who has taken at least one year of home economics. Members for the 1964-65 school year had an opportunity to attend the district convention at Rockford, Iowa, where the main points concerned the state project "You and Your Values. " 2 , ff 9 8 were if , f f ' V V ee ' ft 2 , tell l , - 4 ..- 2 FRONT ROW: Brenda Ingebretson, Kathy Banken, Mary Bowman, Diane Elman, Marcia Lund, Cindy Thompson, Judy Kingland, Frances Hill. SECOND ROW: Karen Franklin, Karen Blanchet, Kathy Frein, Sharon Blanchet, Linda Keel, JoAnn Brones, Marjorie Swenson, Bergel Moen, Sandra Morse. 65 Dril OFFICERS President. . . . Mary LOvik Vice-President . . . Janan Haugen Secretary-Treasurer . . . Linda Keel Social Chairman . . Fern KliDPi1lS PURPOSE The routines for the Drill Team were worked out by the Drill Team Board, which consisted of Cynthia Charlson, Judy Peters, Pauline Borg, Mary Mitchell, Linda Murra and Karen Foster. The girls practiced twice a week and performed on homegame nights. I Team FROM LEFT TO CENTER: Marcia Lund, LeRae Pletcher, Janet Johnson, Karen Foster, Linda Murra, Judy Peters, Becky Gangstead, Mary Mitchell, Kristi Dunbar. FROM CENTER TO RIGHT: Sandy Monson, Becky Stipp, Pauline Borg, Delight Peterson, Sue Charlson, Cindy Charlson, Martha Holland, Carolyn Knudtson, Kathy Bankan. DRUM- MERS: Charles Gambell, Stuart Goldman. Warwhoop taff FRONT ROW: Charles Gambell, Stuart Goldman, Ken Lewis, Judy Kingland, Carol Nelson, Pauline Borg, Linda Sparks. SECOND ROW: Doug Guild, Byron Tweeten, Dave Donohue, Cindy Charlson, Sandy Morse, Frances Hill, Audrey Holtan, Martha Holland. 66 CO-EDITORS: Carol Nelson Judy Kingland PURPOSE The Warwhoop is edited by Mr. Sorensen along with Carol Nelson and Judy Kingland, as co-editors. Various activities including sports, music, organiza- tional groups, items of interest concerning current hap- penings and an interesting column, entitled, "Around the Reservation, " are included in each issue of the school paper. In addition to news items, an interest- ing Variety of pictures, which are related to the different news write-ups, appear in each issue of the paper. TheYear Co-Editors: Kay Gambell Dana Davis Queen of Hearts Miss Ruth Nelson '95 CINDY CHARLSON Senior .mf , QE.. rn., ,ep V: v-v-rl' f .rf Q - .SL V W , wi ' K , K inf- I Leaf' Q7 ee e Q .fp-as-w....,,,.w I , , 5 -,ev ,,1,,,,g DONA DE CAMP Senior NA NCY STEVENS Senior 3' I PENNY MC VICK ER Junior Queen Attendants LA RAE PLETCHER Junior LINDA KEEL Sophomore Winning Floats ,. . 2 kr i" X 1. 3 . ,. - ip s... :.. X X 15" si, .wise is ogg 'QiQ, ' fsrsfss E K- 1 4, is ' I NS FN is ,W f 1 n,,fLv,, .,,..:,, - ,,,ff,, I' J x 4 L Fi' Sgifli Tiffsffss qvvnl ZA1, ,,n , .V ,viinn I ' . r foo V, ,-,', ' ig :f':E'1:' i N ORI GINALITY PRIZE no .sa --. - -:,E: M WORK MANSHIP PRIZE White ome - sophomore nrHteH'rng SWEEPSTAK ES PRIZE Sorensen-sophomore HOMECOMING '65 This year's homecoming was very rewarding for the departing seniors. They, along withthe lovely girls, were given a chance to fully realize the excitement of reception Tuesday night. the festivities. llard worlr and lots of fun produced the best llomecominfr et for F.C. ll. S. student bod f rode to a victor 1 over Osage. O Y 3 3 Q Royal Court Salisbury - sophomore After receiving her crown, a glowing Ruth Nelson came forward to share the thrill with the public at the At the close ofthe weeli's events, the team and 5 xr Q sf , if gf xg N Q M Q .Qwfx N ,,..f i gy 'lr X Q 5 T.. at We , ....,J Coronation 4 - ,MA mmm Class Plays Stage Manager . Dr. Gibbs . . . Joe Crowell . . Howie Newsome Mrs. Gibbs . . Mrs, Webb , George Gibbs . Rebecca Gibbs . Wally Webb . . Emily Webb . . Professor Willard THE Alexander Arlington Muriel ,..... Isabelle . . Michael . . Annie . . Harry . . Andrew .... Vivian ..... George Brewster . Miss Jenkins . . Flo ...,.. Student Director 72 . . Doug Guild Richard Rovang Lennis Carpenter , . Paul Iefson Martha Holland . Corinne Lovik . Mark Lund . . Kathy Davis . Doug Meinicke . Dona DeCamp . Jim Gilbertson U I' 0 W Il THE casr is Mr. Webb , lst woman . . 2nd woman . 3rd woman . . Simon Stimson . Mrs. Soames . Constable Warren Sam Craig . , , Joe Stoddand . Director . . . Student Director imma! Who Dunif . . . Greg Nisser . , Betty Clare Iohnsor , , . Becky Stipr . . Rury Nelsor . . Bill Abbe . Kathy Mullir . Gerald l-loltar . . . Paul Jefsor Howard Belsheirr . . . Miss Larsor . .Cindy Charlsor CAST Richard Peterson . Pauline Borg Pam Albertson . Ken Lewis . Mary Loyick . Tom Gjelten . James Carson . Rebecca Almelien . James Wooldridge Party Gunderson Margaret Barth LaRae Pletcher ne Acts "Hanging af inimin City" Big Toni . . . Lester Liglitloot Mai Lightfoot . GirtyDt'nl . . lxleirt Btiverick Ciisper . . klgitildti . . lasiuinii . . Bullet . . . Pistol Pt-tc . Sugiirboot . Studcnt Director I llli C50 I if ,ff HDI isiani THE Dr. Schaffer . . Christine. . Marganivc . . t Mrs. Harriman . Student Director HG Meredith. . Vivian. . 0 Il oodnighf Please Flllg CA S T Richard Pctcrfoii . Dona DtC:in1p Lucy. . . Sl1CCllZlflSOll Burton . . . Jlil1CLll'SOTl Ixlclfinlilc . Bdzll. . Cook . lim Wooldridge Richtird Roviiiig . Txiary Eowiittiii Student Director . . Dnnii Diivig . Ct rgild ii-iltgxu . Dwi: ihiol-4 . Cmriniit- Loi fit . lxtitlii lliivw . . . lxxll Lewis Doug F,it'iiiiclqt . lguiet ilucltlty . . Sgillx' llroi-su . ltnnisCgirpeiuiti' , Gilik Tf:4'll . loin Ciieltou Murgiirci l3iu'th Thunder" CAST . . Linda Spnrlis . . Pauline Borg . Cheryl iliiitim . lilizzibeth Nath . Libby lwfeiinlc '37, The Year X Q ff , , L , I 4, V ,Q . ' SYM ,L .Jn Waxed f gg -ud""" , 1 in Pictures mm mar 4, UWM was ,Jw J stiw 'W " 1 5 Ab --5,4 174 Y v f3t'76"1f IA , fzffg. ffi 1 , ff z 4? 1 5 , F 4x , , 4 ,, U H " W , , ,, . A,. 1 ' K Wk u. 1 0 f' X X X If I A 5 W, az fi ww g f W if 3 ff, HARABIAN NIGHTS" BANQUET, PROM, PARTY 2838 MFQETQBQB Baccalaureate and Commencement May 23, 1965 May 27, 1965 1- AN '... .f,- of rig -gi Invocation Master of Ceremonies Ruth Nelson Stephen Petershnrg The Single Step" "Pause . . . Let UsRef1ect" Kathy Banken Kathy M nllin "Rise, Let Us Be Going" Thank You from Class of '65 Doug Guild Martha Holland on Q n-3 on Q. ,.. 0 H ,.. o :J Richard Rovang Baccalaureate and Commencement of the Class of '65 came and went too fast. The solemn "Pomp and Circumstancen marched the class in each night. "Hurrying Big, For Little Reasons" was the title of a very meaningful sermon by Rev. Paul Evan on Baccalaureate night. Commencement was made more meaningful to us when members of our class gave the program. "A Journey Of A Thousand Miles, Begins With A Single Step" was the theme. Kathy Banken, Kathy Mullin, and Doug Guild gave the different steps of our journey. During the program the presentation of s ,que in memory of Mr. Porter was made to the school. lt was something that meant so much to all of us because Mr, Porter did A few tears were hrought to your eyes when Martha Holland gave the "Thank You" for all of us to the many people that helped us. Diplomas and tears ended a night that was a big step in our journey, and one that will not he forgotten by the Class of '65, Award 's Day OUTSTANDING GIRL--Corinne Lovik. OUTSTANDING BOY--Mark Lund. I' EQ E ml 'ar ,Q if 4 1 A5 A2 f f ,,, 1 W if '45 C, W, PORTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP Diana Monson BROOKER CUP AWARD--Jack Olsen. SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD--Jan Haugen UPPER TEN PER CENT LIONS' SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Corinne Lovik and Doug Guild F. C. 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