Fort Dodge Community College - Panther Yearbook (Fort Dodge, IA)
- Class of 1966
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ADULT EVENING ScHooL
FOOD MARKETING MANAGEMENT
FORT DODGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
OFFICE OF THE DEAN Pom' Domes lowA
April l, 1966
TO THE STUDENT BODY:
As we near the end of the current l965-66 school year
I would like to pause and reflect on the achievements
of Fort Dodge Community College.
The year began with a record enrollment of more th
mDumwML EDWMNON 900 students and an increase in the faculty staff
MEDICAL ASSISTANT! EDUCATION
aggxxfszjxxi Our plans for the new l.5 million dollar campus were
completed. The new campus will be located on a 72
Umvwswv RMAHEL acre site in the southwest part of the city
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Lm,WG,AM, Plans for the establishment of an eight county area
PM AH' community college district, with Fort Dodge as the
E"""""""" administrative center, were also completed insuring
FMMQL MD mmuk future students of undreamed of educational opportunities
The addition of new vocational programs and the extension
of the college parallel program has enabled the college
to gain new prestige.
College athletics took a new lease on life due to a
complete staff reorganization. Our football team o
the three year losing streak, and the basketball team
won national recognition by being ranked the E16 Junior
College Team by the N1A.A.U.C.
Congratulations are in order for the student council and
the student body. The leadership of the council and he
active participating student body provided the ingredient
for a most successful college year.
Louis R. Newsham
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Registrar and Director of
LOUIS R. NEWSHAM, B.A., M.A.
Dean of Community College
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As dean of the college, Dean New-
sham has been instrumental in plan-
ning for the site and buildings of
the new area college. In addition
to this he has also helped establish
nursing and medical assistance pro-
grams. Dean Newsham has an ac-
tive interest in all college functions.
CARL T. FEELHAVER, B.A., M.A.
President of Community College
Superintendent of Schools
As President of Community College, Mr.
Feelhaver is in charge of co-ordinating ad-
ministrative personnel, providing efficient
faculty, and making decisions for the gen-
eral good of the college. Mr. Feelhaver has
proven to be an able administrator through
many years of service to the Fort Dodge
school system. A friendly man, he is admired
and respected by all those who work under
BOARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS-left lo right-Mr. F. E. Phillips, Mr. Carl T. Feelhaver, Mr. Cal Woods, Mr
james Protzman, Mr. Arthur Johnson, Raymond Carlson, Dr. Duane Schmidt, M. Eldon Davidson, Mr. H. L. Whitaker.
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FDCC was first located, on the third floor of
Registration Fall Semester
DOROTHY ETHELYNN MOLLY
MELCO REECK SCHMIDT
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tain all records and corres-
pondence for past and present
Students participate in work-
study programs by assisting
in the college office
FLORENCE KEITH HOWARD EUNI CE
AKERSON ALTEMEIER BATH BLACKBURN
English Music Science English
KURT ELVIN B.
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Mr. Ditzenberger instructs the food
marketing class, one of the more recent
courses offered at FDCC.
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DORTHIE C. ROBERT
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Social Science Nursing
GARY RICHARD M.
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Athletics Social Science
The Auto-Mechanics Work-Shop
located on the West Campus initi-
ated a new vocational course at
FDCC in 1965
Phillip Martinson, Auto-Mechanics in-
structor, is shown assisting a student.
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Who is solving the problems
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SMITH JR. STANLEY
Social Science Vocational
ORAM DONALD A. LARRY J. KENNETH L,
TABOR WALKER WARFORD WATERMAN
Vocational Music Business English
Inspiration corner in the Dungeon where
faculty members can be found "pecking".
out those wonderful tests that students
sweat over. Guess who is making out
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Miss Oster spent many hours teaching the sophomores.
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The Freshmen at work are Susan Hoft,
Eileen Hammerstrom, Dorothy Crouch,
Cindy Mason, and Debra Hood.
Our able instructors.
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Raw: Phyllis Terlouw, Linda Martin, Ruth Bisgard, Linda Mathis, Front Row: Wanda Dierenfeld, Leda Snow Kristine Fish.
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Many pleasant hours were spent with Mrs. Yeager in the nursery.
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The Future Medical Assistants are trained in their classrooms to be
competent, accurate, and dependable in their chosen field.
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Front Row--Linda Bowman, Tom Cough- Front Row-Phyllis Moore, Cynthia Higgins, Carol Grunwald,
lon, Marilyn Merk. Second Row-Kathleen Virginia Sebben, Janis Alvey. Middle Row-Errol Erickson, Linda
Hofmann, Cindy Wafful, Cheryl Janssen. Fertig, Shari White, Janice Meyer. Last Row-Richard jones,
Third Row-Steve Thomson, George Hef- Wayne Carlson.
ley, Gordon Chalstrom. Fourth Row-jerry
Quealy, john Bahnsen, Gary Hall.
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Front Row-Chris McGuire, Becky Scheffelman, Karen Howick, Dennis Royster, Steve Whistler, Gary Miller. Lax! Row-
Robert Streik, Dennis Nyren, Dale Deardorff, Keith Bockoven, Dennis Rogers, David Ames.
Franz Row-Torn Nordstrom, Sue Pel-
ican, Diane Kane, Kathy Harrigan, Con-
nie Hentch, Karol Richman, Howard
Nyght. Bark Row-Jim Porter, Mark
Olson, Bruce Lambert, Alan Buck.
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Front Row-Patrick H. Wills, Paulette McGough, Lois Pingel. Mid-
dle Rau'-Daryl Beall, Duane Iordison, Mark Johnston. Bark Row
-Linda Carlson, Arlene Rickard, Clamnn Bowman.
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Front Raw-Louise Schultz, Linda johnson, Joyce Addington, Ann Beck, Patty Sommerfeld, Last Row-Wayne Bloomquist,
David Oester, Nolan Kreft, Bob Mobley, Ronnie L. Bradshaw, Stanley L. McCreedy.
Front Row-Jim Cunningham, Rillmon Hoskin, Nancy Willardson, Dianna Behrends, Denis Hagen, Tom Underberg. but Row
--Zip Hanson, Fred Aljets, Larry Peterson, Greg Brand, Jim Lennon, Tim Kenan, Tim Hart, Marshel Rossow.
Front Row-Karen Olson, Marillis johnson, Norma Gathman, Kay Folvag, Sherry Pieper,
Jeff Brooks. Middle Row-Mary Olmsted, Gerald F. Severin, Carol Turner, Lynne Kail.
Lax! Row-David Fritz, Don Tierney, David Bisbee, Charles Jackson.
From' Rory-Fred.White, Steve Ondrick, Dennis D. Niles, jim Savage. Middle Row-John McCartan, Barbara Bohan,
Beverly Birkett, Liz McGill, Elaine Cooper. Lan Row-Ken Peterson, Willard Larsen, Mike Davis, Terry Galloway, Tom
Martin, Mary Blanchet, Pam Van Scoy.
Front Row-Mary Orsland, Chris Osterberg,
Judy Guderian, Mary Ann Palmer, Gwen
Morgan, Jan Hanrahan, Cathy Britton. Lan
Row-David Pelican, Dick Dunn, Steve
Hoffman, Dan Harms, julie Strom, Myra
Fran! Row-Lloy Flickinger, Denny Miller, Charlene Hanson, jim Braby,
Richard Phinney. La.rt Row-Dennis Houston, David Hanselman, Rick Davis,
Mike Bowling, Curtis McBride.
Front Row--Linda Beaver, Terry Ewen, .
Lynn Rossing, Vicki Trygg. Middle Row- ,,
Kay Edwards, Bev Meyer, Linda Black, ll
jill Hansen, Dianne Replogle. Last Row- .wh
Bill Royster, Bill Littell, Terry johnson, "
Richard Steele. EN
Front Row-Donna Freund, Nicki Martin, Gary Klinker, Ray Vought, Brian
Hendrickson. Lair Row-jim Deal, Langley Jensen, Larry Reeck, David Stucky,
Doug Pingel, Phil Condon.
From' Row-Stan Sneller, Jim Maguire, Ron Morgan, Larry
Myers. Second Row-Willis Cook, Randy Eilts, Lowell Jay,
Roy Law, Gerald Klink. Third Row-jim Julius, Val Gre-
gor, Jerry Vonnahme, Bill Ahrens, Dean Richardson, Steve
Clark. La!! Row-Larry Grone, Larry Musser, Jerry Eif-
fert, Tom Finestead, John McNally, Harry Cox, Dick Camp-
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' Johnson, Vicki Rosales. Back Row--Kent Osboe,
, Phil Stone, Bruce Cervene.
Front Rau'-Jo Ann Hasty, Jean Capellos, Cindy
Harrell, Cathy Shimon. Middle Row-Bob Rhea,
Diane Osterberg, Bev Melco, Dave Bilek, Lance
Kinseth. Lau Raw-Clayton Gilliam, Nick Walsh,
Russell Carlson, jim McMannus.
One of our freshman students, Sharin l
Shahidi, came all the way from Iran. I
She is shown here talking with Mr.
Gosmire and some of her fellow stu-
Front Row-Roger Dunker, Claudia Hanson, Jeanne Bir-
occi, julie jackson, Sue Thompson, Crystal Nekvinda. Back
Row-Steve Snyder, Ron Elg, Paul Dillman, Don Frost,
Carol Barker, Daniel Hill, Steve Brown, Delmar Warren,
Daryl Enfield, Ronald Litwiller.
Front Row-Sharon Nieting,
Mary jo Vainreb, Sherrie
Koester, Sandy Eccles. Mid-
dle Row-Mary Kay Powers,
janet Secor, janet. McDonald,
Lucille Toothman. Lax! Raw-
Miki Mori, Nancy Smith,
Susan Halbert, Janice Mather.
Front Row-Paul Belosh, Ira Wagner, Marvin Williams, Max LaVelle,, Art Newman. Middle Raw
-Chuck Rogge, Al Barbati, Bill Myers, Harvey Loyd, john Combs. Las! Row-Ron Sanford,
Dick Turner, jerry Gerrard, Dan Drakulic, George Caggiano, Michael Line.
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Front Row-jim Clark, Dennis
Robertson, Bob Evans. Middle
Row-Stephen Ahrens, Terry
Froyd, Francis Decker, Dwight
Tuel. Bark Row-Dick Ander-
sen, Tom Migoon, Ken Wagner,
Mike Weston, Rick Tuvell, Greg
Front Row-Nancy Clark, Kay Vasbinder, Dan Archibald, Edward Palluck, Marsha Morgan,
Kathy Nelson, Rene Funk. Bark Row-Lynette Griffel, Denny Kellogg, 'Ivan johnson, Vern
Knamer, Gerald W. Thompson, Reece L. Conrad.
Meyer, Marlynn Koster,
Jane Paulsen, Pam Schrei-
er, Jane Dowling, jim
Wagner. Back Row-
Don Schnurr, Joe Loom-
er, David Heck, Colin
Stoner, Roger Parsons.
Fir-.rt Row-Bill Short, Rodney Gress, Alan
Jones, Robert Behnkendorf, Darrell Haw-
thorne, Jolm Adams. Back Rozu-Wanda
Dierenfeld, Marg Yocum, Ruth Odland,
Wilma. Bethel, Charlene Maas.
Front Raw-Sue Thompson, Cheryl Farmer,
Sue Patterson, jack Johnson, jane Hendrick-
son, Deanna Bowers, Linda Whelchel. Back
Row-Allen Forsberg, Barb Dilges, Ann
Schmoker, Irma Pride, Susan Macek, Earni
Benson, Laurie Lennon, David Mulmed.
Front Row-JoAnn Scales, Dianne Balclus,
Mary Rae Johnson, Sandy Hansch, Linda
Knopf. Lan Row-Richard Runyon, John
Herrmann, Bob DeSmidt, Mike Jergens, jeff
Willis, Tim Cox.
Front Row-Shirin Shahidi, Pam Snell,
Marge Sorensen, Pam Stow, Bonnie String-
er, Linda Teal, Donna Borger. Bark Row-
Randy Gregory, john Raine, Dennis Spur-
lin, Clark Raney, Mike Sweeney.
Front Row-Steve Anderson, Douglas
Weiss, 'Penny Miller, Jo Lynn Anholt,
Don Carlson, Dick Swanson. Bark
Row-Harold Peltz, William Bunker,
Leslie Peltz, Dennis Oberhelman, Earl
Fishel, Warren Blackman.
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There would have been little student spir-
it if it hadn't been for our active and spir-
ited cheerleaders and the Pep Club.
The cheerleaders as shown in the bottom pic-
ture are Jeanne Walton, Jayne Iwai Oleson,
Linda Saul, Kathy Harrigan, Donna Gad-
bury, and Marsha Castagnoli.
Marsha lead the group in cheers as the
Student Council members enjoy their Annual Dinner Meeting. We are sorry we have no adequate picture of this pleasant
and important occasion. Can you find yourself in the shadows?
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Student Council was very active during the 1965-1966 school
year. They sponsored Homecoming, annual Graduation Din-
ner Dance, and many after-game mixers for all students.
Mr. Roger Ditzenberger was the faculty advisor for the
Helping with the Student Council elections is President Dave Durian.
Voting are Jack Berryhill and Kevin Parsons.
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Fort Dodge Community College Student Coun-
cil officers are Dave Durian, President, Linda
gllan, Secretary, and Paul Stevens, Vice-Presi-
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The Choir, under the direction of Kurt Chalgren, presented a Jazz Concert in the
spring-an impressive occasion of fun and music. The Christmas performance was
And some had a reason for
Mr. Chalgren, and the choir, shown with candles, caroled-the spirit of
Christmas in their hearts.
Publications photographers are Enos
Matson and Denny Cox.
Our PANTHER staff includes, Sue Pelican, Student Life, Diana Wilson,
Freshmen, Glenn Morton, Facultyg Cheryl Janssen, Organizations, Gary Lind-
strom, Editor, Anita Roclewald, Nurses, and Mike Peterson, Art Work.
Not included are Norma Gathman, Sophornoresg Ron Loftus, Athleticsg
Paul Grimm, Freshmen, and Colleen Cahill, Student Life. Miss Florence
Akerson served as advisor.
Our Editor Gary Lindstrom, and Editor-in-chief,
Jeff Willis, in consultation,
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Mr. Potts gives Mary Kay Powers
the journalism Award. Mary will
1 serve as Editor next year.
The PANTHER PROWL staff members are fseatedj co-editors Sally and Sheri Jackowell,
and Paul Stevens. Szarzding are Sue Pelican, Linda Lehman, Sandy Hansch, Mr. Potts, and
First Row: Dick Goodrich, Pam Bowers, Linda Bowman, Deana Bowers, Lucy Toothman, Shirlee 'I'hompson, Linda. Whelchel
Second Raw: Kathy Ballou, Jeane Birocci, john Clements, jeff Brooks, Coleen Cahill, Judy Davis, janet McDonald
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THE PAR'I'Y LINE IS CREATED: It was typed, printed, assembled, and
finally ready for inspection and distribution.
Jeff Brooks, Presi-
dent of Phi Beta,
led the group in
activities and serv-
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Mr. Waterman presents john Hock with the Drama Award. This is
the outstanding award of the year in Theatre Arts.
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Under the direction of Mr. Watemlan, the Theater Arts group learned the importance
of stage crews, prompting, directing, and acting. In application of these aspects of the
theater, they put on excerpts from several plays.
Bottom Row: S. Pel-
ican, S, Shahidi, D.
Replogle, L. Black,
B. Meyer, Second
Raw: J. Guderian,
J. Paulson, J. Han-
son, M. Bickford,
V. Tryggg Third
Row: J. Hock, A.
Rickard, P. Dillman,
S. Halligang Fourth
Row: J. Porter, R.
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jim Lloyd, Ron Rusnak. Several members were absent when this picture was taken.
Club members have discussion with Miss Lynott and Llr.
Supervising the groupis Miss Lynott assist-
ed by Mr. Inman. The club was organized
through the efforts of Alan Massina who
served as its president. The club members
were available for tutoring of the elemen-
tary children and for Saturday reading. Some
members also made possible special group
enjoyments of the YMCA facilities.
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"Scotty" Culbertson served as faculty advisor for the The college sign was one of the ambitious projects spon
Club- sored by Circle K.
Circle K Club was one of the most active clubs on the campus this year. The following
projects and activities 'were sponsored by the club: All-college dance and party, the
famous spring Penny Carnival, and the car safety check. Circle K also ushered for grad-
First semester, Jack Berryhill served the club as Presidentg Daryl Beall was elected
President the second semester.
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Circle K Club members included Allen Binneboese, john Clements, Denny Jordison, Karl Smith, Joe Reed, Daryl Beall,
jim Lloyd, Charlie Peterson, jack Berryhill, jim Reed, and jim Newell.
The Regional S.I.S.E.A. Convention held at C.C. brought guests from
State College of Iowa. Pictured here are Mrs. Crain, Mr. Richardson,
Linda Allan, Dr. T opaske, and Mr. Natte.
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Bottom Row: D. Edgerton, M. Halterman, , D. Beall, D. Fritz, , B. Orslandg Second: E. Norton, G.
Gutenfelder, K. Howick, S. Shahidi, D. Gadbury, S. Wretman, A. Alstrand, M. Mori, J. Secor, Third: L. Crain, Mrs.
Orsland, K. Harrigan, I.. Van Hoff, M. Powers, T. Ewen, C. Barker, G. Youngblood, M. Orsland, J. Youngblood, J. Birocci, P.
Mayberry, J. Carey, L. Skidmore, J. Guderian, C. Hanson, M. Palmer, P. Snell, P. Van Scoy, C. Podlesak, L. McGill, Fourth:
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Shirin Shahidi, Marie Bowen, and Jo Lynn Anholt. Second Row: Daryl Beall, John Wibe, Richard Shinn, Tom Martin, Jack
Berryhill, Colleen, Mervin Downing, Larry Bowers, Charlie Peterson, and jim Lloyd.
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Natte, Sponsor, Linda Saul, Myra Graves, Linda Van Hoff, and Karen Howick.
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Wretman, Linda Lehman, Barb Dilges, Miss Hallg Second Row: Phylis Johnson, Linda Allan, Jeane Birocci, Olive Peter-
son, Cleta Hebert, Marsha Castagnoli, Coleen Cahill, Arlene Alstrand, Marg Yocum, Sally Jackowell, Susan Macek.
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alute to Panthers
Many Fort Dodge basketball fans had
difficulty deciding whether to take a short
trip to Webster City or a long one to Marshall-
town last Saturday evening.
At. Webster City, the Dodgers of Fort
Dodge High met South Hamilton of Jewell in
a district finals, escaping with a 43-42 victory
to go into the substate. They'll play Carroll
at Jefferson this evening.
At Marshalltown, ,the Panthers of Com-
munity College played in the Region 11 finals
against the No. 1 rated junior college team
in the nation - Burlington. Burlington won,
89-80, and will nowcotnpete in the national
In, past years, given a choice, theyaverage
Fort Dodge fan would have readily selected
a Dodger game in preference to one involving
the college team.
It's a tribute, therefore, to the 1965-66
Panthers and their coach, Gary Hulst, that a
large following was at Marshalltown to see
them battle for the tournament title.
All season long, the Panthers have been
drawinglarge crowds and a steadily, increas-
Ing amountof community interestand back-
The 19-4 record they compiled for the sea-
son is best in college history and second best
among two-year colleges in IowaL
It's been an interesting basketball season
in Fort Dodge and helping greatly to make it
so has been the colorful, smooth play of the
talented -Panthers. We're glad to salute them
and to offer congratulations on a highly suc-
speaks for itself, as this l Y' i
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C a g e r s experienced
their largest community
participation in many
years this last season.
The Panthers were head and shoulders above most everyone
but the ball was here just a second ago
STATE TEAM RATINGS AT
END OF REGULAR SEASON
Burlington . . . . . 15 0
Fort Dodge .. .. 12 2
Webster City .... . . 10 4
Marshalltown .... . . 13 7
Ellsworth .... . . . 10 6
Grand View ... ... 10 6
Centerville . . . . . 10 7
Creston .... . . . 8 6
Estherville . . . . . . . 5 5
Waldorf ..... .... 7 8
Eagle Grove . . . . . . 7 10
Keokuk ..... . . . 5 8
'Clinton .... . . . 3 6
Clarinda ..... .... 2 7
Mason City .... .... 2 12
Muscatine . . . . . . 1 12
Boone... ,,,0 12
as for the little man
Al Nuness served to be one of the most outstanding Cagers of the
Panther squad this season. Here Nuness puts one up for two as
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FOOTBALL SQUAD: Front Row: Manager, Will Larson, Dick Turner, Doug Chapin, Al Barbati, Steve Whisler, Bill Tal-
bert, David Bisbee, Myron Radke, manager, Butch Hane. Serond Raw: Coach Babe Mallaro, Paul Belosh, Ira Wagner, jerry
Moore, Marv Williams, john Brown, Chuck Rugge, Mike Schoneboorn, Harvey Lloyd, Allan jones, Bob Mobley, and Assist-
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Sheppard, Dan Drakulic, and jesse Dixon. George Caggiano was missing when the picture was taken.
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The Fort Dodge Community College Chorale and the
College Pep Band worked together to make the most beauti-
ful float for the 1965 Panther Homecoming. The theme of
Student Iowa State Education Association won a prize
for the most original float, the "Purple Warrior Eater.
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Paul Stevens Richard May David Bisbee
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the formal. Christmas formal sponsored by S.I.S.E.A.
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Thompson, Lorna Zemke, Colleen Stirling, Kathy Scarborough, Sherrie Koester, Yvonne Hess, Kathy Harrigan.
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Your future is in his hands!
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The nursing students provided entertainment .in their infamous
e ' .' taining booths in the Carnival.
Friday, April 13, was not unlucky for Miss
Linda Saul, who reigned over the Penny
Carnival activities as queen. Candidates Ar-
lene Alstrand, Jeanne Blomberg, Mary Sue
Hayes, and Lorna Zemke were nominated
by Circle K, the sponsoring organization.
Campus clubs participated by entering enter-
"Bed Pan a No matter What-
Myra keeps smiling!
Bill Talbert demonstrates his famous vocal ability.
The Ski Lodge Dance was spon-
'sored by the Medical Assistants in
the Panther Room after one of our
victorious basketball games.
5Pa5mafiC 8Y1'afi0US demonstrated bl' F-D-C-C Students- Tim Kennan entertains with his somewhat-questionable
janet McDonald and Steve
Henry meet secretly at the
The story of the play, directed by Kenneth Waterman,
takes place in a small Connecticut town in 1906. It
revolves around an ordinary American family faced
by average problems and who possess the strength
to solve them.
Steve, slightly intoxicated,
quotes from "The Rubaiyat of
The cast included Carol Grunwald, Motherg Mike Sells, favorite Uncleg Steve Henry, Richardg Bev Meyer, Lily Millerg Pat
Willey, younger son, Tommyg Diane Replogle, daughterg and john Hock, Father.
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On Thursday evening, june 2, 1966, Fort Dodge
Community College graduated one hundred and fifty-
Fifteen students were awarded Degrees of Associate
in Applied Scienceg twenty-five, the Degree of As-
sociate in Scienceg seventeen, Medical Assistant Di-
plomasg and ninety-four, Associate in Arts Degrees.
Following the Invocation from Reverend Clarence
F. Anderson of First Covenant Church and the
"Hallelujah Chorus" sung by the Concert Chorale,
Howard R. jones, Dean of the College of Education
at the University of Iowa, spoke on "The Revolution
in Human Rights."
Dean Newsham then presented the candidates for
graduation. The Board of Education conferred the
Degrees and Diplomas.
The Benediction was also given by Reverend Ander-
son preceding the Recessional.
Paul Stevens receives his Associate in Arts Degree from school
board President F. E. Phillips.
Two graduates or Four? The images of Sally jackowell and Tom Stotts reflected in the mirror are their twins, Bob Stotts
and Sheri jackowell.
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LINDA ALLAN 16-49-57-58-69-76
Graduate of FDHS in '64-will major in Elementary Edu-
cation at Wayne State, Wayne, Nebraska.
ARLENE ALSTRAND 16-57-58-59-72
Graduate of FDHS in '64--will major in Elementary
Education at SCI.
ROGER BELL 16
'64 graduate of FDHS-will major in history and Spanish
JACK BERRYHILL 16-49-59
Graduate of Eagle Grove High School in '64-majoring in
BARBARA BLOMKER 16
'64 graduate of Humbolt High-will major in home eco-
nomics at South Dakota U.
LILLIAN MARIE BOVVEN 16
FDHS graduate of '64-working for a major in history,
will attend ISU.
KATHY BALLOU 17-55
'64 graduate of Washington High School in Iowa-will
work in FD.
LARRY BOWERS 17-59
'64 FDHS graduate-will major in Architectural Engineer-
ing at ISU.
PAMELA JO BOWERS 17-55
PDI-IS graduate of '64-Office Ed girl. Wedding Bells,
Iowa City employment in future.
RICHARD BREDEHOFT 17
'63 graduate of FDHS-plans major in Business Adminis-
tration at SCI.
DAN BUFFINGTON 17
'59 graduate of FDHS-will major in Business, future
COLLEEN CAHILL 17-58-59-71
FDHS'er-Hopes to major in Business or Psychology, will
work for a BA at SCI.
MARSHA CASTAGNOLI 17-58-69-70
'64 graduate of FDHS-will attend U. of South Dakota
for degree in Elementary Education.
SHARON CLANCY 17
Humboldt High grad of '63-will attend U. of Missouri
ROBERT CORE 17
FDHS graduate-plans to teach English or history after
IUDY KAYE DAVIS 17-55
Graduate of FDHS in '64-more college in future.
MARILYN KAY DAVIS 18
'64 graduate of FDHS--more college.
MARY DINGINIAN 18
FDHS graduate of '64-member of Sigma Alpha Phi-
NERVIN DOWNING 18-59
'64 grad of PDHS-will major in Chemical Engineering
at Iowa State.
DENNIS DRAPER 18
'64 grad of Sutherland High-will major in business.
DAVID DURIAN 18-49-70
Graduate of FDHS-will major in broadcasting and jour-
nalism at ISU.
JOHN EARL FLICKINGER 18
Elle-Irjtral Webster grad of '64-will major in Business at
DONNA GADBURY 18-57
Manson grad-willattend Northwest Missouri State Col-
lege, majoring in Physical Education.
DALE GENTRY 18
GAIL GUTTENFELDER' 18-57-58
gf! FDHS grad-will major in home economics at Wayne
CAROLYN SUZAN HANSCH 18
Work in the near future, then possibly more college-Eagle
Grove graduate of '64 j
SANDY HANSCH 19
Eagle Grove graduate of '65-will attend SUI for major
FDHS grad of '64-major in Social Science at SCI, then
SALLY JACKOWELL 19-51-58
'64 graduate of FDHS-ISU for Sociology major in future.
SHERI JACKOWELL 19-51
FDHS graduate-will major in Child Development and
Elementary Ed at ISU.
PHYLLIS JEAN JOHNSON 19-58
Lake View grad of Auburn in '64-will major in Elemen-
tary Ed at ISU.
DENNIS EARL JORDISON 19
'64 grad of FDHS-will major in engineering at ISU or
STEPHEN LEE KAIL 19
Cedar Valley grad-plans on Engineering degree from
LLOYD KAUFMAN 19
Manson grad-will major in Social work at SUI.
COLETTE KOESTER 20
FDHS graduate-plans to major in Elementary Education
LINDA LEHMAN 20-58
'64 FDHS grad-plans Speech Therapy at SUI.
GARY LINDSTROM 20-51
Rockwell City grad-yearbook editor, future in law en-
JAMES LLOYD 20-55-59
'64 FDHS grad-will major in Gov't at ISU and Law
at SUI-future in Special Agent field of the FBI.
RON LOFTUS 20
'64 grad of FDHS-major in science, will enter field of
PATRICIA LEE INIAYBERRY 20-57
Pocahontas grad-will major in Psychology at ISU.
MARY LOU MERICLE 20
Eagle Grove grad of '64-majoring in Business, plans
BARBARA MILLANG 20-55-58
Hails from '64 class of FDHS, will attend Indiana State
for Social Work.
JEAN MOEN zo
FDHS Graduate of '64-will continue at SCI in Elemen-
JAMES NEWELL 21-59
'64 Manson grad-will attend the U. of Missouri at
PAUL NEWHOUSE 21
'64 grad from Central Webster-major in Sociology, future
with Uncle Sam or college.
DON NICHOLS 21
From Wittemore in '61-majoring in General Science,
wants BS in Med Tech.
ELAINE NORTON 21-57
FDHS grad, majoring in art, will attend SCI.
KEVIN PARSONS 21-49.
FDHS'er, major in advertising at SUI.
ERNEST ROGER PETERS 21
St. Edmonds of '64-Chemistry major at ISU.
CHARLES RICHARD PETERSON 21-57-59
'64 grad of FDHS-major in English, SUI and secondary
teaching in future.
Prairie Community graduate of '64.
MIKE PETERSON 21-51
From FDHS, will attend SCI majoring in Art Education.
VIRGINIA KAY POTTER 21
FDHS grad-studying Business Administration, wedding
bells in June.
NADEANE PRATT 22
'64 of FDHS, major in English at San Fernando Valley
BRUCE PROESCHOLD 22
Manitou Springs, Colorado grad, will major in Engineering
JOE ALTON REED 22
'64 of Churdan, Chemistry at SUI.
ROGER REISNER 22
'57 of FDHS, Business Accounting, will continue with
THEODORE WILLIAM SCHLEISMAN 22
'60 of Carrol, major in Food Market Management at U.
TERRY EUGENE SHOOPMAN 22
From FDHS-take Geology at ISU.
JEAN BERTINA SHOUSE 23
FDHS grad, will major in Elementary Ed after a year
ALECIA REGINA SNELL 23
'64 grad of FDHS, Liberal Arts major will work after
PAUL STEVENS 23-49-55-69-77
St. Edmonds grad of '64-plans major in sports writing
ROBERT DALE STOTTS 23
Prairie Community grad, majoring in Psychology at SCI.
THOMAS MICHAEL STOTTS 23
Prairie Community grad, majoring in Foreign Language
SHARILYN STUCKY 23-58
FDHS grad, will major in Vocational Home Economics at
MARY VRATNY 23-76
'64 grad of FDHS, will major in Medical Technology
RICHARD WIND 23
From Humboldt to SCI for music.
SANDRA WRETMAN 23-57-58
'64 of FDHS, majoring in Business Education at SCI.
JUDY YOUNGBLOOD 23-57
Churdan Community graduate of '644working for music
education major at SCI.
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JUDY BRENT 26
'63 grad of Laurens Community High, future working
as Registered Nurse.
RITA FERGUSON 26
Graduate of Davenport West in '64, working as Regis-
tered Nurse in future.
DONNA GREINER 26
Keota Community graduate of '62, further education in
CATHRYN HALL 26
'63 graduate of Augustana Academy, work as R.N. and
marriage in future.
MILDRED HANSON 26
Harcourt Cons. School grad in '51, work on B.S. Degree
YVONNE HESS 26
Grad of Exira Community H.S. in '63, future in a Fort
CHARMAINE LONG 26
DIANA IVIALLORY 26
Colfax High grad in '63, attended SUI, work in F.D. in
JANE IWAI OLESEN 26
JUDY PLAIR 26
BLANCHE ROGERS 27
Fort Dodge High School graduate, future in staff at
CHERYL ROST 27
'63 grad of Pomeroy Community High, future in one of
Ft. Dodge hospitals and eventually a B.S. Degree.
LINDA SAUL 27, 69
'64 grad of Thomas Jefferson High Council Bluffs,
future working at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge.
SHARALYNE STOCKER 27
Grad of Washington H.S. Vinton, Iowa, marriage in
June, joining staff at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge.
JOY HASSEL WILKE 27
'62 grad of Calumet H.S. Arlington Heights, Ill., future
in staff at Swedish Covenant Hosp. Chicago, Ill.
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BETTY ANDERSON 30
'65 graduate of Pocahontas Community, future to work
in doctor's office.
KATHY BIRD 30
Graduate of St. Edmonds H.S. in '65, future as a Medical
JEAN DAUGHTERS 30
FDHS Graduate in '65, future plans to work in a medical
CONNIE GOOD 30
'65 grad of Central Webster H.S., future working in a
MARU SUE HAYES 30
St. Edmond High in '65, plans to work in a doctor's
office in future.
DARLENE HOOVER 30
'65 grad of Prairie Comm. in Gowrie, plans to work in
lab out of state.
JUDY JENNINGS 31
Graduate of St. Edmond H.S. in '65, future in F.D. as
SHERI KAI-IL 31
Central Webster grad in '65, employed in physicians
office in future.
KATHY KELLY 31
'64 graduate of La Salle H.S., more education in future.
KATHLEEN KINYON 31
Graduate of Lohrville Comm. in '64, future as a Medical
KAY MESSERLY 31
FDHS graduate in '65, plans to work in a doctors office
in the future.
LAVONNE MOENCH 31
Northwest Webster graduate in '65, future work in
MRS. PEGGY MOORE 31 '
FDHS graduate in '41, plans to retire.
HENNY VANDERXWERF 31
'65 grad of Manson Community H.S., more education in
ROSETTA WIEBERG 31
Graduated from FDHS in '65, plans to work in doctors
office in future.
LORNA ZEMKE 31, 71
FDHS graduate in '65, Medical Assistant in doctors office
The staff wishes to express appreciation to the administration and faculty for their
patience and help. Special gratitude is due Mr. Potts for suggestions along the way and
to Coleen Cahill for her efficient response to our SOS. Then also we wish to thank Mr.
Larson of the Messenger for pictures. Thank you all!
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