Forest City High School - Redskin Yearbook (Forest City, IA)
- Class of 1967
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Text from Pages 1 - 102 of the 1967 volume:
THE 1967 REDSKIN
Forest City High School C0-Editors:
Forest City, Iowa Becky Gangstead
Time to Reflect
For everything there is a season,
and a time for every matter under
a time to be born, and a time to
a time to plant, and a time to
pluck up what is planted,
a time to kill, and a time to heal,
a time to break down, and a time
to build up,
a time to weep, and a time to laugh,
a time to mourn, and a time to
a time to cast away stones, and a
time to gather stones together,
a time to embrace, and a time to
refrain from embracing,
a time to seek, and a time to lose,
a time to keep, and a time to cast
a time to rend, and a time to sew,
a time to keep silence, and a time
a time to love, and a time to hate,
a time for war, and a time for
Now is the time to reflect. . .a time to think of the
wonderful year, 1966-67, for it was a very good year.
The year is recorded within this book and in the memories
of all who were a part of Forest City High School.
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THE LUCKY SEVEN--Front Row: Linda Keel, Sandra Rollefson, Susan Charlson. Sec-
ond Row: Barb Reisetter, Stephanie Hansen, Linda Murra, Linda Kiipping.
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"We're gonna wash those men right outa' our hair . . . "
"AARON SLICK FROM PUNKIN CRICKH
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Wilbur Merridew . .'
Clarence Green . . .
Rosy Berry . . . .
Gladys Merridew .
Sis Riggs . . .
Girls in Red . .
Directors: Mr. Craig J. Downing
Mr. Alson Toavs
. . Tom Monson
. . . Keith Holton
. . Fra nk 'Johnson
. Karen Franklin
. . Sue Eymann
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Serena Simpkins .
Sophie Simpkins . .
Annie Ambrose .
Blanche Bowers .
Polly Paine . . .
Lucian Littlefield .
Blair Boswell . .
Frank Fairfield . .
Lawrence Lovewell . .
Buddy Baskins . . .
Director: Mr. Paul Olson
"There's nothing worse than scheming women."
"AUNT SAMANTHY RULES THE ROOST"
. Diane Holland
. Donna Rovang
. Kathy Carson
. Diane Peterson
. . . Doug Porter
. . Mark Brunsvold
. . .Dan Fauske
. . Danny Holland
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Graduation exercises were the memorable culmination of
thirteen years of education for the Forest City High School class
of 1967. "Sail Your Own Ship, But. . ." was the theme of an
inspiring sermon given by the Rev. Max Goldman on Baccalaure-
We will never forget our Commencement. A senior octet
vocally presented the basis for the speakers, "Choose Something
Like a Star." Becky Gangstead, Julie Amelsberg, and Carolynn
Knudtson explained the varied aspects of a star.
Finally the long awaited moment came, and we received
our diplomas. We join with Libby Weible in saying, "Thank
you. Thank you, everyone who helped to make this all possible.
Thank you, Mom and Dad."
CLASS FLOWER: Blue Lace Carnations
CLASS COLORS: Blue and Silver
CLASS MOTTO: "May we, God helping us, be part of the an-
swer, not of the problem."
Master of Ceremonies
"Some Mystery Becomes A Star"
Thank you from the Class of 1967
"The Fairest One In Sight
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Junior High Citizenship Award C, W. Porter Memorial Scholarship
Carol Monson and Cathy Nielsen Jane Olson
National Merit Scholarship Award Concession Stand Award
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First Row: Floyd Jefson, Tom Heimdal, Mike Eland, Ron Tannahill, Dan Schmidt, Loren Larson, Dennis Harringa. Sec-
ond Row: Larry Kudej, Allen Belsheim, Ron Albertson, Jim Amelsberg, Rudy Monson, Bobby Davis, Dave Peterson. Third
Row: Mike Hall, Jerry Charlson, Chuck Heeren, Rich Brighton, Eldon Clouse, Ken Groh, Tim John Anderson. Fourth Row:
Jimmy Levad, Ron Keough, Gary Severson, Jeff Adams, Monroe Branstadt, Stuart Kuns, Tim Westerberg, Lyle Hanna.
Fifth Row: Coach Dettbarn, Coach Hutchinson, Mike Book.
F. C. 0 - Clear Lake O F. C. 33 - Osage 13
Even though holding Clear Lake scoreless and domi- The Indians capped a fine homecoming weekend by
nating the statistics F. C. was unable to score. defeating the Green Devils.
F. C. 7 - Bufflo Center 13 F. C. 13 - Lake Mills 21
Although F. C. scored early and had ahalf time lead, F. C. not believing the odds againstthem, nearly up-
B. C. came on and defeated the Indians in ahighly con- set the undefeated Bulldogs.
F. C. 25 - Northwood O
F. C. 6 - Britt 20 After a scoreless first half F. C. turned on and crushed
Unable to overshadow many injuries, F. C. was sur- the Northwood Vikings.
prisingly defeated by a spirited Britt team.
F. C. 26 - Garner 20
F. C. 19 - Belrnond 21 On the coldest night of the year, F. C. finished out
Even though playing their best game of the year and the season with a victory over the Garner Cardinals.
again dominating the statistics F. C. was unable to de-
feat the Broncos.
All Conference Selections
First Team Second Team
Ken Groh, Jim Levad Tim Anderson, Danny Schmidt
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Con erence Standings
BELMOND 7 - 0
BUFFALO CENTER 6 - 1
LAKE MILLS 5 -' 2
BRITT 4 - 3
FOREST CITY 3 - 4
NORTHWOOD 2 - 5
OSAGE 1 - 6
GARNER 0 - 7
Front Row: Mike Book, Ron Albertson, Riley Lewis, Ken Groh, Dusty Thompson, Jeff Nissen, Tim Anderson Doug Por
ter. Back Row: Coach Konigsmark, Tom Anderson, Dave Haugen, Jerry Anderson, Danny Schmidt, Chuck Heeren Frank
Johnson, Coach Lehman.
Forest City 67
Won 12 - Lost 7
Forest City 63
The Forest City lndians have completed another successful basketball season. After a long battle in the conference
standings, the Indians finished in second place. Good team work and excellent bench strength helped the boys to their
fine record .
Some of the hi-lights of the past season are: The 105 and 101 points scored by the Indians in the games against Britt
which were both more than the previous school record. . .finally beating Belmond. . .and, of course, the agonizing overtime
loss to Buffalo Center.
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BUFFALO CENTER 12 - 2 NORTHWOOD
FCREST CITY 10 - 4 GARNER
LAKE MILLS 10 - 4 OSAGE
BELMOND 9 - 5 BRITT
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ond Row: Coach Munch, Wayne Olson, Tom Haugen, Tim Edrnonson, Tom Frien, Craig Bakke, Tom Sheimo, Allen Pe-
terson, Steve Gangstead. Back Row: D. Foss, Monte Jefson, Lowell Ouverson, D. Foss, Tom Kingland, Bob Buffington,
Vicky Felland, Cindy Carter
Front Row: Frank Kamish, John Gahan, Paul Hedin, Denny Haugen, Monty Branstadt, Tom Langerud, Gayln Wooge.
Second Row: Coach Dakin, Rodney Anderson, Wayne Olson, Ted Hovda, Tim Edmonson, Tom Frien, Tom Sheimo.
Collen Purcell Ann Mackrill, Elly Jorgensen
Front Row: Jimmy Levad, Tommy Frien, Ronnie Tannahill, Bobby Davis, Jeff Adams, Monty Branstadt, Bobby Buffing-
ton, Rodney Bobst. Second Row: Coach Munch, Jim Johnson, Tom Heimdal, Tom Monson, Danny Schmidt, Ken Groh,
Larry Schleusner, Eldon Clouse, Tim Anderson, Jim Amelsberg. Back Row: Mick Charlson, Larry Handeland, Bill Kalm
Tom Petersburg, D. K. Olson, Steve Oxenreider, Gary Severson, Jery Charlson, Kevin Monson, Roger Bobst.
FIELD EVENTS: Shot Put: Ken Groh, '48' 1 1f2"-
Discusg Tim Anderson, 124'9"-Long Jump: Eldon Clouseg
19'6"-High Jump: Gary Severson, 5'8 1f2"-Pole Vaultg
Jim Levad, l1'2". RUNNING EVENTS: 1005 Ron Tan-
nahill, 10.3-220: Ron Tannahill, 23.4-4405 Dan
Schmidt, 55. 8-8805 Jim Johnsong "'2:O6.4-Mile Run:
Jim Johnson, J"4.43.4-Two Mile Rung Tom Heimdal,
411.10-180 Low Hurd1esgJeff Adams, 21.9-120 High
Hurd1es:Jim Amenberg, 16.6. RELAYS: 440 QMonty -Q-Wy
Branstadt, Eldon Clouse, Larry Schleusner, Ron Tan-
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nahillj 1.36. O-Mile fDan Schmidt, Bob Davis, Clouse,
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and mile runs.
The team had a most successful sea-
son under coach Hutchinson. The following
school records were set:
1. 145--School record on a par 34 course.
2. 146--School record on a par 35 course.
3. Jerry Anderson set an individual record
with a two under par 33 at Klemme.
4. Jerry also set a record for the lowest
stroke average over 9 holes for the year
with an average of 37. 6.
5. Team stroke average for the year--
KNEELING: Denny Lammers, Tommy Anderson, Tom Haugen, SECOND
ROW: Rod Anderson, Danny Fauske, Dave Haugen. THIRD ROW Chuck
Gambell, Dusty Thompson, Jerry Anderson, Frankie Johnson, Coach Hut
F. C. 151 Klemme 186
F. C. 145 Northwood 176
F. C. 151 Garner 175
F. C. 159 Clear Lake 165
F. C. 146 Garner 174
F. C. 166 Lake Mills 172
The team placed first in the sectional tournament, first
in the district tournament, and fifth in the state tourna-
SQUAD MEMBER'S SEASON'S AVERAGES
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'Dave Haugen .
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Dennis Lammers . . .
Rod Anderson . . .
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Julie A melsberg
Linda Murra was chosen by the Concert Band to represent
Forest City as queen at the North Iowa Band Festival in Mason
City on June 13.
Linda has been a clarinet player in the Concert Band and a
twirler with the Marching Band all through high school.
She was active in many school activities, including Future
Teachers Of America, Varsity Chorus, Chamber Chorale, Span-
ish Club, drill team, and annual staff. She was also chosen by
her classmates to be a Homecoming queen candidate for the
1966-67 football season.
Linda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Murra of
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Tom Van Den Bosch
SNCIBA Honor Band
Linda Murra Ellen Hansen
Under the direction of Delmar Mollenhauer, the Forest City High School Bands have completed a busy, but success-
The marching band activities included marching for all home football games, the Waldorf Homecoming parade,
and a trip to Des Moines for the Drake Relays parade.
The popular song stylings of Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass were featured by this years "Power-packed Pep Band. '
The basketball squad, as well as the fans congratulate Mr. Mollenhauer and the pep band for their lively numbers and high
A trip to the N. C.l. B.A. Stage Band Clinic at Charles City furnished needed inspiration to eager stage band mem-
bers, In addition to their annual Spotlight On Broadway appearances, the band performed for a band mother's meeting
and before the Spring Concert.
Highlights of the year for the Concert Band were Spotlight On Broadway V andaclinic conducted by Don Marcouiller,
director of bands at Drake University. The Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert also added to the success of the in-
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The combined talents of students and directors produced successfully the fifth ed-
ition of Spotlight on Broadway. The outstanding groups were silhouetted against six
colorful murals depicting songs performed by the music department. Due credit must
be given to the following people for their greatly appreciated help: Mr. Dakken for
his tremendous job of emceeing the program, Chip Carter and David Peterson for the
lighting effects, and Sue Boman, Karen Franklin, Dennis Swalve, and Stuart Goldman
for their murals.
The program featured selections from the Varsity Chorus, Concert Chorus,
Chamber Chorale, Concert Band, Stage Band, and Folk Group.
Three soloists enhanced the magic of the evening by singing selections with the
bands. Julie Amelsberg combined her talents with those of the stage band in singing
"When Sunny Gets Blue." With the Concert Band providing the accompaniment, Jim
Amelsberg sang the theme song from "Gigi" and Judy Owens Mollenhauer sang selec-
tions from the popular musical "The Sound of Music. "
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Along with decorating the Christmas tree this year,
the Student Council helped plan Homecoming events and
W1 sponsored dances, an athletic banquet, and booths for
me Ars Fun Night.
AQ , The Student Council, made up of six members
from each class, represents the student body. The high
school guidance counselor, Mr. Tabor, is advisor for
Seated: Allan Belsheim, Susan Charlson, Sandra Rollefson, Barbara Reisetter, Tom Monson, Jim Amelsberg, Dave Peter-
son, Lyle Hanna. Standing: Cynthia Boman, Stephanie Hanson, Donna Rovang, Harold Nordaas, Mark Strand, Pat Da-
vis, Phillip Holtan, Paul Hedin, Frank Kamish, Steve Gangstead.
OFFICERS Qin teepeejz Pam Hugelen, Floyd Jefson, Nancy Tweeten. Left to Right: Joyce Jefson, Janan
Haugen, Roberta Smith, Bob Hansen, Marion Trees, Dennis Lammers, Sue Urbatsch, Paula Meinecke.
First Row: Jane Field, Julie Rye, Marlys Smith, Brenda Ingebretson, Judy Tibbits, Janan Haugen, Paulette
Sheimo. Second Row: Joyce Jefson, Ellen Lovik, Linda Osnes, Colleen Purcell, Susan Sunne, Kathy
Book, Kathy Tannahill, Cheryl Harms, Lorene Steiff. Third Row: Janice Lovick, Leih Macheek, Linda
Klipping, Debbie Sheimo, Karen Olson, Kathy Boman, Sue Urbatsch, Bonnie Sheimo, Janet Severson,
La Donna Monson .
Seated: Jeannine Tonneson, Ann Mackrill, Kendra Thorsheim, Pam Hugelen, Cynthis Boman, Caryn Hovda, Libby Wei-
ble. Standing: Mr. Thorsheim, Candace Goldman, Diane Holland, Kathy Carson, Kathy Frein, Becky Gangstead, Steve
Carol C an
After weeks lwould you believe days ?J of anxious practice and preparation, 13 F. C. H. S.
students participated in the District Speech Contest at Woden-Crystal Lake High School on
Saturday, February 25. They needn't have lost any sleep--they brought home nine "I" QSu-
periorj and five "ll" CEXcellentJ ratings.
Those receiving "l" ratings were: Becky Gangstead, Diane Holland, Caryn Hovda,
Pam Hugelen, Kendra Thorsheim, Jeannine Tonneson, and Libby Weible. Kathy Carson
captured "l" ratings in two fields of competition, interpretive prose and interpretive poetry.
Receiving "ll" ratings were: Cynthia Boman, Kathy Frein, Steve Gangstead, Candyce
Goldman, and Ann Mackrill.
The reward for receiving a "l" rating at District was the privilege of competing at the
state level. State Speech Contest was held at Cherokee on March 18g and Mr. Thorsheim,
the speech advisor, drove our eight contestants over in the school station wagon. He was
proud that our entries received four "I" and five "ll" ratings. K. Carson again received two
"l" ratings. Also earning "l" ratings were P. Hugelen and J. Tonneson. Those receiving
"H" ratings were B. Gangstead, D. Holland, C. Hovda, K. Thorsheim, and L. Weible.
First Row: Linda Klipping, Gail Gahan, Lorene Steiff, Leah Macheak, Terry Suby, Julie Amelsberg, Colleen Purcell,
Stephanie Hanson, Mary Jorgenson, Laurie Anderson, Cindy Downing, Miss Gadda. Second Row: Tom Monson, Mary
Mangan, Rosemary Hayes, Joy Belsheim, Keith Holtan, Barbara Reisetter, Judy Berg, Brad Lackore, Tom Frein, Frank
Kamish, Tim Edmundson. Third Row: Sandy Fosnes, Naomi Fauske, Jone Sargent, Diane Holland, Debra Charlson, Jan-
elle Sparks, Kathy Whiteis, Kathy Bartleson, De Laine Larson, Cherry Lewis, Sandra Anderson. Fourth Row: Beth Bran-
stad, Linda Osnes, Roberta Goranson, Randy Swanson, Rolf Anderson, Joyce Liverca, Jodi Clausen, Nancy Schnaider,
Mavis Nordaas, Vicki Rollefson, Nancy Nelson. Fifth Row: John Gahan, Joanie Reuben, Sue Eymann, Mary Ebaugh,
Barbara Whiteis, Tom Juhl, Dennis Lammers, Jim Johnson, Roberta Smith, Ted Hovda. Sixth Row: Candace Rizzo, Pam
Adams, Janet Ambrosen, Wayne Johnson, Tim Olson, Donn Johnson, Paul Holland, Chuck Korth, Jeff Porter. Seventh
Row: Carol Dunn, Eleanor Jorgensen, Jeff Smith, Randy Lemke, Jerome Tonneson, Dennis Peterson, John Schaeffer,
Martin Trees, Monte Johnson. Eighth Row: Phil Holtan, Jim Amelsberg, Carol Coon, Doug Porter.
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First Row: Jolene Nerem, Toni Michaelson, Mary Petersburg, Mignon Blaine, Kathy Faber, Vana Olson,
Nancy Larson, Barb Knudtson, Jane Ellwood. Second Row: Tom Forslund, Cindy Carter, Julie Rye,
Steve Gangstead, Tom Haugen, Io Layne Swanson, Mary Michaelson, Ann Mackrill, Wayne Olson.
Third Row: Ellen Lovik, Dave Olson, Bob Hansen, Mark Strand, Mark Brunsvold, Larris Larsen Dave
Haugen, Danny Holland, Darcia Kooiman. Fourth Row: Marcia McGuire, Kathy Boman, Diane Holland
Debbie Charlson, Cynthia Bowman, Kathy Bruland, Rita Monson, Sue Peterson, Vicky Felland, Kathy
Carson, Candyce Goldman.
"Friends, Romans, Countrymen . . "
First Row: Roxann Helmers, Pam Hugelen, Brenda lngebretson, Kathy Tannahill, Carol Coon, Jane Martin, Mary Mangan
Kathy Hunter, Mary Langerud, Janice Lovick. Second Row: Ardella Monson, Martha Nordskog, Karen Blanchet, Donna
Coyle, Jane Gustafson, Alberta Ambroson, Karen Elrnan, Debbie Charlson.
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First Row: Marcia McGuire, Cindy Thompson, Ar is e s , y , ,
batsch, Cathy Nielsen, Pam Hugelen. Second Row: Kandy Callies, Carolyn Knudtson, Libby Weible, Ardella Monson,
Kendra Thorsheim, Jean Arnold, Jean Nelson, Jeannine Tonneson, Linda Tweed, Ellen Hansen.
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Several high school girls participated in volunteer work at Grohaven. They are: Joy Belsheim, Sue Bowman, Kathy
Bruland, Kathy Carson, Debbie Charlson, Cindy Downing, Vickie Felland, Pauline Fietz, Judy Fosness, Becky Gangstead
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Leih Machaek. ADD Mackrill. Mary Michaelson, Ardella Monson, Arlis
Debbie Sheimo, Susan Sunne, Kendra Thorsheim, Martha Nordskog, Rita Monson, Leiann Montgomery, Kathy Boman.
Vickie, Stephanie, and Marcia are hard at work.
Nelson, Jane Olson, Julie Rye, Donna Rovang,
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First Row: Bob Davis, Lyle Hanna, Libby Weible, Becky Gangstead, Ellen Hansen, Sandy Rollefson, Linda Keel, Julie
Amelsberg. Second Row: Pam Hugelen, Karen Franklin, Cathy Nielsen, Pat Rauk, Pam Rauk, Pat Peterson, Kathy Hun
ter, Stephanie Berg, Stuart Goldman. Third Row: Caryn Hovda, Donna Coyle, Jean Arnold, Karen Foster, Linda Murra
Brenda Ingebretson, Galyn Carpentier. Fourth Row: Jeannine Tonneson, Nancy Tweeten, Donna Rovang, Diane Peter-
son, Mary Knudson, Cindy Thompson, Jane Olson, Tim Anderson.
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First Row: Tim Anderson, Riley Lewis, Rosemary Hayes, Julie Amelsberg, Gail Gahan, Mike Book. Second Row: Kandy
Callies, Caryn Havda, Donna Coyle, Jean Arnold, Arlis Nelson, Carol Hines. Third Row: Nancy Tweeten, Ann Mack-
rill, Carol Dunn, Diane Holland, Debra Charlson, Lauri Anderson, Kathy Carson. Fourth Row: Pat Peterson, Steve
Thomas, Steve Gangstead, David Olson, Tom Forslund, Danny Holland. Chip Carter, photographer, not pictured.
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Future Teachers 0 America
First Row: Dan Fauske, Lyle Hanna, Tim Anderson, Mary Mangan, Ellen Hansen, Linda Murra, Phil Holtan, Stephanie
Berg, Mary Bowman, Carol Monson. Second Row: Doug Porter, Wayne Olson, Becky Gangstead, Cathy Nielsen, Janet
Severson, Caryn Hovda, Donna Coyle, Kathy Boman, Lorene Anderson. Julie Rye, Susan Severson. Third Row: Kendra
Thorsheim, Ardella Monson, Sandra Rollefson, Jane Olson, Donna Kudej, Mary Michaelson, Kathy Bruland, Judy Fosnes,
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Martin, Rita Monson, Judy Berg, Carol Coon, Ann Mackrill, Sue Peterson, Darcie Kooiman, Carol Hines. Fifth Row: Mike
Book, Jim Johnson, Keith Holtan, Loren Larson, David Olson, Tom Forslund, Steve Gangstead, Carol Dunn, Eleanor Jor-
gensen, Stephanie Hanson, Roberta Smith. Sixth Row: Steve Thomas, Dan Davis, Jeannine Tonneson, Pat Peterson.
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For some people, it is simply life, liberty, and the
pursuit of a golf ball.
There are two handsome men in the world--when I
find the other one, I'1l get rid of him.
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She has a smile that won't come off.
There's no cosmetic for beauty like happiness.
On the basketball court he sets a fast pace, but he's
faster yet at cupid's race.
,IV DANA ANDREASEN
I' f 2 It's great to be great--but greater to be human.
She had so many bright ideas, her hair turned red!
It's too late to agree with me . . . I've changed
There's no place like home when the other places
are closed .
His words are long enough to run in serials.
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lnnocently charming, equally disarming . .
God said, "Let there be silliness. " Then He created
Keep your face to the sunshine, and you can't see
the shadow .
Who says boys go for dumb blondes
A farmer outstanding in his field.
Curfew must not ring tonight.
A toe in everything--if not a whole foot.
Hear ye not the hum of a great thinker?
A jump, a skip, a happy scream. Bushels of pep and
lots of steam.
Fond of living, lots of fun. Life for her has just be-
They said it couldn't be done. So l tackled it with
a smile, and sure enough it couldn't!
A true believer in the conservation of his energies.
Why hurry to school? It will be there when l arrive.
You might as well listen--l'm going to talk anyway.
The most educated person in our school. He has his
own PHS . . . Phantom Hero Davis.
Fun is the spice of life, and l like a lot of seasoning.
Sports are his only love. Hmmmmmmmm?
They say love
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makes a person dizzy. Catch me!
A man who hears the name of Mansfield and thinks
of the Senate Majority Leader.
what he likes most about girls are his arms.
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California is a nice place to live, if you're an or-
You don't have to be able to add if you can distract.
He s never down because be's always up to some
re many. His enemies
I Ilke school, but it sure breaks up my day
She s a Irttle girl going big pIaces
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Heaven sent me . . . Heaven knows why!
She has a smile that's wortha million, but it doesn't
cost a cent.
Drawing upon his fine command of language, he said
Full of mischief, but never really bad.
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girls. You'll all get a
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If silence were golden, I'd be a millionaire.
Caesar was short, Napolean was short, and I'm not
so tall myself.
Men annoy me . . . I love to be annoyed.
No use giving me an aptitude test . . . I'1T1 apt to
do most anything.
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To be great is to be misunderstood.
All sail and no anchor.
Laughing eyes and pretty hair pronounce her a girl
I've got to quit coming to basketball games. My
throat is killing me!
She flung herself upon her horse and rode madly off
in all directions.
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An Oriental flower once bloomed in an Iowa corn-
No need for an introduction, everyone knows me.
She's full of fun and knowledge rare. Wherever she
goes, she does her share.
I disagree with that last statement.
BRENDA INGEBRET SON
She's lively, she's sweet, and knowing her is a treat.
Hello, you lucky people, here I am.
Sometimes glad, sometimes sad. A little mischie-
vous, but never bad.
FLOYD IEF SON
When mischief is brewing, he's doing the stirring.
She turns her back on boys and then runs backwards.
There was a far away look in his eyes. He was look-
ing at his feet.
Archery is his fame. Pidgeons are his game.
Love is like the measles--all the better when
comes early in life.
The world knows little of its greatest men.
Go away a little closer.
Chase me girls, I'm full of fun.
Quietly charming until you get to know her--then
just charming .
She looks sweet and innocent, but look
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No one can eat as much as I can, and still keep my
Greater men may have lived, but I doubt it.
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V at know, almost!
A teacher is a person who talks in someone else's
VIJEAN MC VICKER
If God loves all men, surely I can love a dozen.
His eyes spell mischief, his smile spells hi! We all
like him--he's one swell guy.
Grey hair is a sign of wisdom, not age.
I was a girl scout until I turned 16, then I became a
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Behind that Sunday School face lie some Saturday
Great men are dying everyday, and I feel sick.
A little joke, a little cheer, a little mischief. Jane's
Tell me your dreams, your struggles, your telephone
Never trust a woman--she may be true to you.
lt's nice to be natural if you're naturally nice.
You are never an angel until your halo appears.
Be 1'1Ot simply good--be good for something.
Everyone wonders what a man who never says any-
thing sounds like.
l came here to study--not to be distracted by wo-
My girl swore she'd be true to the end, but I play
It couldn't be done, and he did it.
T The only thing French about me is my horn.
I'm level headed . . . I have a flat top.
V m' Every inch of her height is an inch of delight.
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Happy go lucky, fair and free. Nothing there is that
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l can't stand to see a woman suffer. I'11 turn my
A girl of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomor-
l'm a brain on cars, even if l do say so myself.
Full of the dickens and an awful tease--she's soci-
able and ready to please.
akes two smiles grow where one was
Lovely to look at, lovely to know .
A little bashful, a little shy, you couldn't find a
nicer guy .
Charm is my ability to make someone else feel he
is as wonderful as I am.
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DENNIS SWA LVE
He'll never be a William Jennings Bryan, but we'
always remember him as our own Rembrandt.
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Who says tall, blonde, basketball players are shy?
Lots of pep and lots of fun--she's one who's liked by
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She used to be shy, now she's a Senior.
Everything fun is either illegal, unethical, or fatten-
Music is the speech of angels.
Tall, dark, and . . . oops, wrong guy!
LINDA T WEED
What God gave us so we could have sunshine in De-
She puts all her troubles in the bottom of her heart,
sits on the lid, and smiles.
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With that merry and carefree air, you can always
tell when she is near.
The joker of the deck, but not a bad deal.
look at me. I didn't do it.
You can't hold down a live-wire.
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David Peterson, Presidentg Linda Keel, Secretary-Treasurer: Riley Lewis, Vice-President
OUTSTANDING GIRL OUTSTANDING BOY
Pam Hugelen T0m MOHSOH
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There are many things I want to say about your school and your community, which have been mine for one year.
The first day at school, without your help, I would not have known where to go and what to do. The first days in
Forest City would have been hard for me, if it were not for your help and your friendliness. I wrote home that people
here are very friendly, nice, and act young. Your smiles, your hi's, hello's, had the power of cheering my heart and
making me feel at home.
From your community I've learned about other communities, other towns in the state of Iowa. There is a marve-
lous exchange of knowledge and understanding in the way you or I ask questions and give answers. I have learned the
meaning of the A. F. S, motto: "Walk together, talk together, all ye people of the earth, then and only then shall ye
I cannot enumerate all the nice things people have said or done to me. It has been a wonderful privilege granted to
me by the American Field Service to spend a year with you here. I thank you all for this precious year. I shall remem-
ber and miss you very much, the people I have known, my friends, my teachers, my family.
Ho Thi Anh Xuan
65 Nguyen van Thanh
Gia Dinh - South Viet Nam
A flower horn in spring will soon reveal
The glory of a brief but vibrant kind
---Restores our spirits, renovates the mind,
Abruptly leaves, without one mute appeal.
A dewdrop thrives in early morning hours:
' It glistens in a wondrous diamond veil.
Too soon the sun will rise o'er hill and dale
To take this transient beauty that was ours.
A rainbow paints its arch across the sky
As if its beauty were to last all day,
But Fate directs a cloud to end its stay:
The lovely arch is gone---we wonder why. .
The tragic brevity of all things rare
To each heart brings the comfort of a prayer
. . . English IV Literature Class
Randall Lee Rasmusson would have been a member of the graduating class of 1967. However, his untimely death pre
vented this. He was the victim of a car-truck crash.
Randy would have been asenior, andanactive one. He was engaged in school activities and last year he earned a varsity
letter as a member of the track squad, specializing in the relay events. He was a member of the Future Farmers of America
chapter at the high school.
Perhaps the poet, Ralph Waldo Emerson, expressed a timeless thought when he said, "Life is eternalg and love 1S
immortalg and death is only a horizong and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight."
We will remember Randy.
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