Fort Dodge High School - Dodger Yearbook (Fort Dodge, IA)
- Class of 1967
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Dodgers come day after day into the
empty hallways and classrooms of Fort
Dodge Senior High School seeking knowl-
edge. This knowledge is motivated by the
faculty who encourage creative self-expres-
sion through the implements of learning.
Dodgers recognize these implements as
textbooks crammed into lockers after daily
use, audio visual equipment used to re-
inforce learnings, and organizations and
clubs which promote individual and group
unity through talents. The learnings have
been held high by the classroom teachers
One such educator is Carl T. Feelhaver.
1967 marks the end of thirty-three years
of outstanding service by Mr. Feelhaver
in the Fort Dodge Community School Sys-
tem, twenty years of which he served as
superintendent of schools. Under his ad-
ministration, many innovations and pro-
gressive steps have taken place. So, we the
staff of the 1967 Dodger dedicate this
book to Carl Feelhaver whose outstanding
career has paralleled a period of vast
growth in our school system.
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E. Paul Seydel represents fourteen years of leadership
as principal of FDHS.
Mr. Seydel had the responsibilities of administer-
ing the high school, organizing and coordinating
the various groups and units, and guiding the
completed organization smoothly through the dif-
ficulties of each year.
Carl T. Feelhaver serves as the superintendent of public schools.
Some of the many responsibilities facing Mr. Feelhaver
were looking after the facilities, preparing the budget,
recruiting personnel, updating the curriculum, providing
satisfactory working conditions for the staff and carrying
on inservice training programs.
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Serving as the director of athletics is Vernon Huseman.
McNeil, as director of activities, scheduled and super-
vised all of the student activities. This entailed the arrange-
ment of the various assembly programs.
Ed McNeil spends much of his time arranging student activities
Huseman scheduled the athletics contests in
which FDHS participated and hired the officials
ran the contests.
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Representing disciplinary authority is Forrest Marquis.
Serving as vice principal, Mr. Marquis was in charge of at-
tendance. He carried out disciplinary actions and those aris- gaining E counselors to all students are Ed McNeil,
ing from absenteeism and tardiness. na u ertson' and Eldo Hafdef' A i
The objective of the guidance counselors was to aid all stu
dents in their educational, personal and vocational problems
The Fort Dodge Board of Education determined school policy and expenditures. It was responsible for the orderly
conduct of public education in the community.
The 1966-67 Board of Education is composed of, from left to right: F. E. Phillips, Carl T. Feelhaver, Cal Woods, James Protz-
man, Arthur Johnson, Raymond Carlson, Dr. Duane Schmidt, M. Eldon Davidson, and H. L. Whitaker.
The office staff is composed of, standing left
to right: Janet Croff, Earlita Bowlingg seated,
Publishing bulletins, keeping records
and answering telephone calls were the
tasks of the office staff.
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Top: Teaching girls' physical education are Janet Reese and Florence Nordman.
Bottom: Julian Nitzke and Roger Higgins teach boys' physical education classes.
Two hours a week of a studentis schedule were devoted to physical
development. Each student used this time to exercise his body correctly.
English and Social Studies
Devoted to developing students' English skills are, standing, left to right: Jo
Ann Cormaney, Bonnie Morris, Judy Duncang seated, Geneva Gorsuch.
Helping Fort Dodge High School students
to fully understand the language they speak
and use was the responsibility of the English
department. Sophomore English emphasized
the study of outstanding classics and
stressed correctness and clearness in writing
and speaking. Centering around American
literature, junior English emphasized com-
position evolving from the reading done and
stressed individual needs in spelling, vocabu-
lary, and usage. Senior English covered ex-
pository composition and the history of
great ideas as expressed in English and con-
temporary literature. Speech and debate led
students to quick thinking and clear articula-
tion of ideas, thus developing skill and self-
confidence. Drama covered the principles of
acting and included a study of the history
of the theater.
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Explaining an anatomical chart are
Mildred Taylor and .lohn King. Not
pictured, Richard Foremanek.
Win Raker, Lloyd Cayman, and William Becker are seen working with a
FDHS offered three science courses. ln bi-
ology, students attempted to learn how and
why organisms act as they do. Chemistry
dealt with the study of the structure and
composition of materials and the changes in
composition. Students taking physics studied
the science that deals with matter and ener-
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The industrial arts department is instructed by, from left to right: Dennis Bockert, Donald Clark, Lloyd Pattersong seated, Ken-
neth Hoff, Jerry Korzendorfer. Not pictured: Rex Raine, David Barkmeier
Numerous courses in the field of industrial arts were
offered to interest FDHS students. These classes in-
cluded drafting, woodworking, a basic course in met-
Students to Think
Motivating students in business skills
was the aim of the business education
classes. General business emphasized the
parts students play in our business sys-
tem. Covering the fundamentals of sales-
manship was general sales. Two years
of typing were offered, which included
a one semester personal typing course.
Secretarial skills were emphasized in the
two years of shorthand offered. Clerical
practice familiarized students with fil-
ing, business machines, communications,
and keeping financial and stock records.
The-bookkeeping course was directed to
those interested in office work and to
college-bound business administration
students. Through vocational trade and
industries, the distributive education
and office education programs, seniors
received on-the-job training by holding
als, two years of printing, vocational printing, motor
mechanics, a machine shop course and vocational auto
FDHS offered three fine art courses. First year stu-
dents explored the elements of art. Lettering, advertis-
ing techniques, ceramics and sculpture were covered
in the second year. An honors course for talented stu-
dents completed the program.
Arranging a still life display for art students are Eloise Halm and Robert Halm.
FDHS offered two years of algebra. Geome-
try was a course open to anyone completing
one year of algebra. A semester course in
trigonometry was offered, which was followed
by a semester of analytic geometry. Complet-
ing the program was general mathematics,
primarily a commercial arithmetic course.
The social studies courses provided FDHS
students with practical training for being use-
ful citizens. Sophomores were required to take
world history. It was devoted to the study of
the history and geography of areas of the
world, excluding the Americas. American his-
tory, required for juniors, covered the period
of time from the explorations to the present,
with special emphasis on the economics as-
pects. Civics was required for seniors. The
first semester was devoted to the study of
problems involved in all branches of govern-
mentg second semester was a study of eco-
nomics problems covering banking, credit,
business cycles, world trade and government
Teaching social studies are, from left to right: W.
A. Goodman, Vernon Huseman, Norma Hanson,
Larry Lee, Merven Haugen and Hedy Fritz teach
students to think analytically.
Teachers Serve As
Teaching math, the lkey to science, are Robert Silke, Nona Moss and
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Beryl Phipps, Kay Cooper, and Sue Osterberg clean the trophy
case as one of their Student Council duties.
As a result of a vigorous campaign last spring,
Andy Fotis was elected student body president.
Working along with him to make his term success-
ful were- Ray Siefer, vice president, and Nancy
Landes, secretary. The entire Student Council,
meeting approximately once a month, with the
help and advice of Mr. William Lynch, made de-
cisions and tried to solve problems affecting the
student body. The major assignments of the Stu-
dent Council were to organize Homecoming ac-
tivities, plan and decorate for numerous school
dances and lead various fund drives.
Many committees performed such duties as clean-
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
Student Council Officers, Ray Siefer, Nancy Landes,
and Andy Fotis stop first period before trophy case
ing the trophy case, counting money for fund
drives, collecting during school-sponsored drives,
welcoming and orienting the two foreign exchange
students, Jaime Rojas and Crysanthi Souli. For
their main project the Student Council developed
a Hall of Fame for which members may be se-
lected after a five-year waiting period. The Hall
of Fame will afford deserved recognition to out-
standing athletes of the past and present.
This year the North Central District Student
Council Convention was held at Fort Dodge High
School for the first time, where the officers of the
district were elected.
Front raw-l to r-J. Brnhm, C. Weston, W. Tabor, A. Fotis, R. Siefer, J. Rojas, D. Allen Row 2-J. Algoe, D. Moore, S. Osterbcrg, K. Cooper
D. Cadbury, K. Habhab, K. Brinton, S. Wolff, L. Arney, N. Landes Row 3-D. Trumbo, G. Schaller, S. McHenry, B. Phipps, C. Dannenbring,
S. Hasty, C. Souli, C. Neiting, B. Hoover, S. Cassoti.
JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL-
Front row-l. to r.: M. Scott, S. Fuller, K. Miller, B. Nelson, R. Pingel, A. Tyler, S. Bakerg Row 2-D. Blankenhngen, P. Iordison, J. Johnson
L. Larsen, J. Halverson, B. Hrabak, L. Ruge, K. Wickwire, C. Cnpallos, A. Heitland, A. Garstoni, J. Cuckie.
SOPHOMORE STUDENT COUNCIL-
Front row-+I. la r.: V. Gordon, S. Sears, B. Stromberg, B. Fanel, V. Vander Maten, S. Lindeberg, M. Paulsong Raw 2-D. Mnrkley, N. Moore,
N. Conrad, P. Baker, B. White, C. Berry, M. Hilgendorg.
Student Council lnltlates Hall Of Fame
Student Council officers conduct the monthly meeting for all homeroom representatives.
Cindy Byram, editor of Big Dodger, approves
layouts and copy for the entire staff.
Photographers for the Journalism Department
are Howard Haase, Bob Marquis, Bob Blou-
dek, and Chuck Geer.
Big Dodger Remembers
Roberta Becher, Pam Jordison, Beth Packer, T Ad P J h
son, and Vicki Blair relax before the deadlines. ony amsi am osep
Those who worked industriously on the Big Dodger happily
presented a yearbook which they felt spelled out a success story
of the school year.
With the cooperation of its staff, headed by its exacting ed-
itor, Cindy Byram, under the direction of its advisor, Mrs. Dun-
can, the hard work and long hours proved in reality to be a
pleasurable experience from beginning to end.
- The gathering of information, planning of lay-outs, picture
taking, and copy creating required extra zeal on everyone's part
and demanded considerable energy from all. There were many
long hours spent in the performance of painstaking duties to
bring forth the necessary results.
Sharing of ideas, interests and experiences brought about a
closer feeling of unity and provided profitable gains for all
the staff members. There was time for fun too, as the organiza-
tion and planning took place, and materialized.
Neil Cadbury, Gordon Schaller, LuAnn Arney, Jolyn Magnusson, Jean
Algoe, Marilyn Jones, and Marcia MacNamee combine efforts for a
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Mopping up after a dark room flooding
experience is Howard Haase.
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Little Dodger Staff Editors who meet fifth period are Sitting: C, Weston, B. Collins, M. Anderson, L. Wilsheuseng Standing:
C. Schubert, D. Behrens, K. Hively.
Little Dodger Features New Sports Lolumn
Determined to bring forth interesting articles about the Fort
Dodge Senior High activities, the staff of the Little Dodger searched
unrelentlessly for information about sports, plays, assemblies, and
students in order to make their newspaper newsworthy.
Credit for its success in providing interesting reading can be
awarded to editor, Dave Allen, his able and hard-working staff and
their competent advisor, Mrs. Virginia Hatch.
These enthusiastic journalists, who put together the Little Dodger,
willingly gave much of their valuable time and energy. It was their
cooperation that made this year's paper tops. '
The hard-working participants looked forward eagerly to pro-
ducing each issue even though it meant scurrying interviews, per-
sistent working to secure advertisements, copy writing and rewrit-
ing, late night proof reading, and meeting printer's deadlines. Trials
and tribulations were considered a part of the work, which gave
invaluable experience to each staff member. Problems were en-
countered, pondered, and conquered. It was a happy crew who with
pride and satisfaction finished each issue and saw its popularity
proven by the excited readers who eagerly devoured its news.
Folding papers on -another Thursday night are Lowell Handy, Vicki
Blair, and Janet Curl.
Mrs. Hatch, sponsor, confers with Dave Allen
editor-in-chief of Little Dodger for 1966-67.
Securing ads on Saturday afternoons is Pam
.lordison's advertising responsibility.
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Sixth Period debators compare notes to confirm debate arguments.
ational Forensic League-
First In orthern District
Interest reigned and goals were
great with the National Forensic
League in 1966 and 67. The organiza-
tion headed by president, Richard
Cleland, vice president, Mollie
Churchill, secretary, Ann Rae Heit-
land, and treasurer, Anita Garatoni
soared to a very successful year,
under the capable supervision of
their advisor, Miss Sharon Kersen-
Dodger debaters secured an en-
viable record, ranking first in the
northern district nine times out of
ten. They earned a perfect score of
five wins and no losses at the Ames
tournament in February. They were
hospitable hosts to the Dodger Invi-
tational Tournament in December.
Their polished group traveled over
a thousand miles to participate in de-
bates and contests and spent many
long hours using their fine skills win-
ning special recognition for their
They not only won coveted hon-
ors, but also promoted worthwhile
interest in forensic activities and
were provided with invaluable ex-
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-
L. to r. front row-J. Wiggins, M, Windchanz, A. Heitland, D. Hear n, A. Garatoni, A. Tyler, M. Churchill Row 2-A. Howick,
R. Cleland, J. Stinehart, M. Peters, B. Burnquist, J. Vander Maten, R. Friesth.
TRADE AND INDUSTRY-
Front row-left to right-N. Anderson,J. Purkapile, R. Hickey P McGuire S Rice Row 2 R Temll R Sherman M Septer
K. Allen, K. Wileyg Row 3-B. Sandven, R. Murray, M Merlcle J Witte
Aspirations To Success For The Trade and
The Trade and Industry Club worked hard
and gave its members enjoyable business train-
ing experiences in club activities and social
events at their meetings on the first Tuesday
of each month.
The members were guided by Pat McGuire,
president, Randy Sherman, vice-president, Keith
Witte, secretary-treasurer, and reporter, Sue
Price. Mr. Donald Clark acted as advisor for
OFFICERS, Sitting: P. McGuire, president, S. Rice,
reporter, Standing: R. Sherman, vice president, and
K. Witte, secretary-treasurer.
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Front ww, I to r: C. Michaels, L. Thompson, P. Meyers, J. Cleveland, Mr. Linney, G. Gibson, B. McDowell, J. Conrad, P. Scarborougbg Second row:
R. Schwanz, S. Rink, V. Jordison, D. Gascho, B. Mason, L. Witte, K. Habhab, S. Bennett, J. Martin, S. Orsland, P. Gross, B. Boyd, L. Jacobson, C.
DuBois, G. Grell, B. McCutchen, P. Wearmouthg Back row: J. Frob, J. Baker, M. Porter, A. Oleson, V. Blair, M. Kolesar, J. Ackerson, B. McNealy, L.
Rennie, L. Hcrwig, S. Baker, L. Olson, G. Porter, J. Parker, K. Ostrem, L. Behrens, K. Monson, D. Bergvig.
FBL Builds Capable Business Leaders
The Future Business Leaders of America pro-
moted preparation for better citizens and more
capable leaders in tomorrow's World of business
through its well-planned organization.
The main project of this club was the production
of a student directory which listed the Fort Dodge
High School students, their addresses and telephone
Regular meetings were held at which business
directors and teachers spoke on topics of timely
interest. Miss Jones, a business instructor in the
Fort Dodge Community College, was the speaker
at a December first Christmas party which was
held at Treloars.
An interesting and informative year was achieved
under the guidance of Mr. Phil Linney.
FBLA OFFICERS-Sitting: Jayne Conrad, presidentg Vicki
Jordison, vice presidentg Standing-Pam Meyers, historiang
Kathy Habhab, parliamentariang Mary Ann, Kolesar, sec-
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DECA OFFICERS, sitting: Pat Hewitt, Karen
Standing: Reggie Cartee, Mike Conrad, Dana Wilson, Mike
Education gained, experience had, was the motto
for those who comprised the D.E.C.A. organization.
The members gained practical knowledge and also
stored up information for future need.
Those who participated in this club worked to
acquire the skills necessary for doing commendable
work on a job as well as working toward gather-
ing experience to be used later in life.
Meetings were held once a month and members
made real progress in developing an understand-
ing of responsible citizenry and the value of edu-
cation in preparing for a career in marketing and
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to respective jobs.
DECA Students Spend
Weekend In Des Moines
D.E.C.A.-Front row-left to right-M. Nottger, M. Conrad, L. Nelson, K. Ostrem, R. Cartee, J. Ferguson, D. Wilsong Row 2
-S. Simpson, S. Sheker, S. Hedcen, P. Carstens, D. Weston, J. Olson, E, Eckelbcrger, K. Sastak, 'S, Flowers, C. Kourey, E.
Horton, P. Hewitt.
Front row-left to right-C. Diane, J. Farr-cl, J. Watt, L. Beaver, C. Burk, K. Habhah, J. Shcrrat, J. Sandelinc, E. Demery, T. Haugen, P. Ellis, J.
Heman, N. Hill, B. Hrabach, R. Becherg Row 2-J. Griffin, S. Lochray, J. Jackson, K, Macek S. Osterburg, L. Behrens, J. Hnncla, L. Plnyn, M. Holin-
strom, K. Heitkamp, R. Hanson, M. Mori, C. Melton, C. Leplyg Row 3-V. Gritton, K. Janvrin, B. Patterson, M. Hanson, N. Blair, N. Osborn, 0.
Knickerbocker, B. Phipps, S. Fjetland, R. Schlesliinger, D. Wessman, S. S-scor, S. Vratney, H. Jenson, L. Scharf.
FTA Attends Prospective Teachers' Day
Future Teachers, Club provided an opportunity for
high school students to explore their interest in the
teaching profession. Through activities, they learned
aspects of this profession. A tea was given in the fall
by Delta Kappa Gamma Sorority at Riverside School.
This gave the members an opportunity to talk with
the professionals. At the annual Prospective Teachers'
Day in November, the Webster County club members
were guests of Community College. Guest speakers
helped the members to decide if this was the profes-
sion of their choice. Finally, all junior and senior mem-
bers received an opportunity, on March 15, to observe
and teach in an elementary classroom. Completing their
year was the annual picnic and installation of officers
at Loomis Park.
Helping plan Prospective Teachers' Day are the F.T.A. officers
-Sitting-Roberta Becher, Sue Osterbergg Standing-Shirley
Behrens, and Beryl Phipps.
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the minutes of the last meeting.
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Front row-left I0 right-H. Eckert, S. Crosby, E. Rogde, M. Rogers, R. Nietland, M. Biroccig Row 2'-N. Wagner, R. Rogers, L. Ruge, M. Gribben, K.
Mrlnlirc, L. Hubbard, K. Klauss, D. Zolndsky, C. McKnight, M. Mori, R. Bucky Raw 3-S. Hasty, S. Crosby, J. Magnusson, L. Larsen, .l. Johnson, E.
Miller, V. Cobb, N. Landcs, K. Rourke, A. Dowd, P. Joscplison, C. Bundyg Row 4- C. Horn, C. Lynn, G. Hoviek, K. Drivr, V. Ellis, J. Vnucuudy, P.
Sw:-nt. R. Askelson, M. Benson, C. Crouse, I. Badger, M. Mclfzuldan.
Medical Careers Club Hosts Children's Part
Medical Careers Club offered an acquaintance
with and a broader knowledge of the mysteries and
magnificence of the medical profession.
Under the guidance of their advisor, Mrs. Harold
Proeschold, the officers of the club, president,
Susie Hasty, vice president, Nancy Landes, secre-
tary-treasurer, Ann Dowd and corresponding sec-
retary, Carol McKnight, planned monthly meetings
which provided enlightenment and inspiration to
A Christmas party for underprivileged children
was a valuable experience for these girls who aspire
to learn more about service in health-and com-
The specialists from the medical profession who
spoke at some of the meetings added the necessary
and beneficial knowledge about their careers giving
impetus to the member's desire to know more
about how to help others.
Carol McKnight serves hotdogs to members and their little
friends during the Medical Careers banquet.
Squealing with delight, little guests of Medical Careers members
receive gifts from Santa Claus,
Listening intently to Mrs. Duncan tell about her trip through Australia are members of Youth Forum.
Youth Forum Inspires Interest In The World
The Youth Forum members were given exciting glimpses into
the affairs and conditions of the world through the timely programs
presented at their monthly meetings. Visionary speakers promoted
travel through the mindis eye to Africa, Europe, Australia, Colum-
bia, and Canada. A realistic adventure was the trip the members
made to Cornell College to become better acquainted with college
life. An interesting forum on World Law, as well as a worthwhile
program about Abe Lincoln, gave added zest to a well-planned
year under the advisorship of Miss Norma Hanson and Lisle
An enjoyable extra this year are the refreshments served by the members.
Seconding the motion are Martha McFadden
and Peggy Shoemaker.
Oscar Habhab, Mark Anderson, Cheryl Dan-
nenbring, and Cathie Tinker serve as Youth
Mary Ann Birocci, Margret Maurey, Crag Nelson, and Dale
Morris dress as characters representing Roman Mythology
for Latin initiation.
LATIN CLUB OFFICERS, Sitting: Chris Johnson, Pam Joseph-
song Standing: Cordon Schaller, Oscar Habhab.
The Senatus Populusque Romanum Club was under
the leadership of Miss Mary Boxwell. The initiation
party, the reception for the alumni, and the annual Latin
Banquet were the social events of the year. The purposes
of Latin Club were to further an interest in Latin and
to make Latin class enjoyable.
Officers were elected by secret votes. Only fourth
year students were eligible for the offices of Primus
Consul and Secundus Consul. The officers were Primus
Consul, Gordy Schallerg Secundus Consul, Chris John-
son, Scriba, Pam Josephsong and Quaestor, Oscar Hab-
Front row-left to right-S. Moen, J. Johnson, P. Josephson, .l..Magnuss0n, N. Wagner, C. Johnson, R. Becher. Second row-
V. Cobb, M. Maurey, L, Pfaff, D. Morris, O. Habhab, K. Hoyman, M. Birocci, Third row-R. Schlesinger, M. McFadden, M.
Jones, C. Schaller, G. Mosbrucker, C. Nelson, S. R0we,'S. Vratny, B. Phipps.
SPANISH CLUB-Front row-left to right-S. Hepperle, A. Reed, J. Fletcher, S. Sinclair, C. Heitkamp, S. Memka, M. Mori, J.
Wiggins, B, Hrabakg Row 2-L. Sharf, H. Eckhart, S. Lochray, C. Tinker, M, Stevens, C. Knickerbocker, M. Wells, C. Lynn
B. Goodrich, N. Landes, R. Hanson, Row 3-M. Andre, V. Gritton, F. Kaufman, S. Secor, L. Handy, L. Olson, J. Rojas, S. Baker
K. Skogmo, V. Sween, D. Wessman.
Listening to tapes through earphones is part of
the Spanish Club training.
The aim of Spanish Club was to speak the language as much as
possible in the business meetings and to become familiar with
the culture of the various countries. The annual Christmas ban-
quet Was held at the Fort Dodge Country Club where the high-
light of the night was the traditional breaking of the pinata.
Spanish Club was held once a month during class periods.
Highlights of a trip into Mexico and slides, of Spanish speaking
countries were among the top programs of the year. Jaime Rojas,
our American Field Service student from Chile, added additional
foreign influence to the meetings. A special dinner banquet
featuring a Spanish menu was given on Pan American Day in
The club's activities were ended in the spring by the annual
picnic at which prospective second-year students were initiated
'into Spanish Club.
SPANISH OFFICERS, Front Row-left to right-C. Brown, B. Hrabak, S.
Williamsg Row 2-D. Wessman, M. Scott, S. Baker, T. Trace, R. Cleland, J.
Evans, N. Landes.
Front row-left to right-D. Johnson, S. Cannon, B. McDowell, S. Bartik, R. Olmstead, M. Bradwell, J. Flahertyg Row 2-G.
Siekmann, J. VanGundy, K. Macek, K. Cooper, J. Sandaline, K. Brinton, J. Jackson, C. Alexander, K. Drier, Row 3-TS. Kuske,
P. Gustafson, L. Parker, J. .Wal1ukait, C. Blobaum, S. Rink, K. Hively, C. Bryam, C. Kloess, D. Lindner.
Using the French language in everyday situations
and utilizing cultural contributions of the French
people were the purposes of the Sans Souci Club.
Under the guidance of Miss Harriet Demorest, and
Mrs. Beverly Walker, the French Club met monthly
on the last Wednesday. Sans Souci was composed of
all students in the second-year French classes.
The members of Sans Souci enjoyed two parties
this year. The first was a Christmas party held at
Treloafs Inn. The second party was a picnic at a
local park. The purpose of the picnic was to initiate
prospective members for the following year.
French Club .students search their minds for answers to another vocabulary
FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS, Sitting: P. Cus-
tafson, C. Kloess, S, Bartik, J. Jackson:
Standing: J. Flaherty, S. Rink, D. Lindner.
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A CAPPELLA, Front row-left to right-J. Sandaline, S. Orsland, R. Buck, A. Dowd, C. Siekmann, N. Nabor, N. Landes, N.
Blair, K. Moeller, K. Mclntyre, P. Jordison, K. Drierg Row 2-D. Ness, L. Macken, C. Carlson, G. Shill, M. Rainey, R. Neit-
land, D. Dalquist, J. Algoe, C. Tinker, B. Phipps, K. Hively, L. Pfaff, M. Mori, G. Zelms, R. Calvert, R. Wiedeman, C. Wal-
lace, D. Markly, R. Tudor, S. Drown, D. Culver, M. VanGundy, C. Higgins, Row 4-B. Sheker, M. Anholt, D. Olson, D. Shimkat,
S. Griffith, B. Ellsworth, R. Pingel, R. Pieper, S. DeWitt, B. Wenhardt, K. McClure.
Where? 6l1ar!cy?DeIights FDHS Students
Under the direction of Mr. Larry Mitchell,
the 1967 A'Cappella choir filled the music room
every day during the fourth period with enjoy-
A Cappella officers Cindy Nieting, Ray Siefer, Karen Dreier, Larry able harmony- In addition to its annual Christ-
Leege, and Dianne Moore discuss music for the spring concert. mas Concert, the choir blended their voices to
add to a Christmas assembly. Other appearances
included concerts at high school, both junior
highs, service clubs, district student council
convention, and various senior activities.
The highlight of the year for its members
was the presentation of the musical, "Where's
Charley?" This delightful musical production
told of the adventures and misadventures of
Charlie Wykam and Jack Chesney who invited
their girl friends up to their apartment with the
understanding that Charley's aunt would be
chaperone. The aunt never arrived.
The elected officers were Larry Leege, presi-
- - Q dent, Ray Siefer, manager, Dianne Moore,
' .1 secretary, Cindy Nieting and Karen Dreier, li-
brariansg and Scott Griffith, C. B. Higgins,
Kathy Brinton, and Gretchen Siekmann, ward-
' s robe managers.
E. Klauss, C. Bundy, C. Neiting, D. Moore, M. Nichols, K. Wick-
wirc, B. Goodrich, B. Parker, C. Peterson, S. Moen, S. Barth, M.
.Ionesg Row 3--M. Messerly, R. Peltz, L. Leege, D. Trumbo, R.
Siefer, K. Brooks, G. Lindgren, S. Hartman, M. Trost, M. McGuire,
All-State musicians include: Row 1-D. Ness, L. Kramer, K.
Drierg Row 2-N, Landes, K. Brinton, N. Naborg Row 3-
L. Crummer, K. Hively, L Leegeg Row 4-M. Raney, S. Bar-
tik, D. Schoong Row 5-R. Pieper, R. Siefer, D. Shimkat.
A Cappella members dress for their Christmas television
Marilyn Jones, Beth Packer, and Larry Leege review music
from the operetta with Mr. Mitchell.
Merrill Peters and Judy Drollinger, along with other members
of the orchestra, tune up for a practice session.
In addition to the presentation of the traditional
Christmas program the Fort Dodge Senior High
Orchestra had a heavy schedule which included con-
certs at North Junior High, South Junior High, the
Winter Wonderland Concert and the Springtasia Con-
cert. Mr. Altemeier directed the orchestra while Mr.
Moberg directed the string section.
Louise Kramer, Larry Crummer, Karen Dreier, and
Dorothy Ness were the Dodgers who participated in
the All-State Orchestra during Thanksgiving vacation.
.Carol McKnight, Debbie Shelby, Sue Osterberg, Cindy
Alexander, Louise Kramer, Roger Pieper and Larry Crum-
mer are the Orchestra officers.
Front raw-left to ,right-L. Kramer, K. Brinton, N. Moore, N. Windler, J. Worrel, K. Froh, M. Foster, L. Osboe, L. Mackeng Raw 2-D. Ness, I. Mc-
Nally, D. KDPIJ- C. Alexander, J. Hartman, J. Hanson, A. Russell, L. Dickerson, J. Schnurr, L. Crummer, C. Dannenbring, N. Shafer, D. Culver, B.
Wenhardt, M. Peters, J. Drollingerg Raw 3-M. Andre, M Porter, C Dianne, K Phipps, J. Kurth, S. Crosby, S. Osterberg, K. Drier, C. McKnight, S. Cue,
Carlson D Davis C Myers M VsnGundy C Brown
S. Bnrtik, D. Shelby, K. Wickwire, L. Leege, G. Gibson, H. Bode, B. Patterson, R. Phillips, M. Viers, R. Pieper, B. Shimkatg Row 4-M. Zabel, D.
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L. lo r.-front row-J. Wallukait, M. Rogers, V. Sween, A. Anderson, P. Webster, C. Svalson, M. Hanson, D. Wcssman Row 2-J. Isaacson, D. Bergvig,
M- 5Cl1Ulfl. C- Rogers M. McFadden, N. Osborn, V. Ellis, S. Kane, S. Rink Row 3-L. Arney, C. Lepley, R. Rogers, P. Fjetland, P. Newbrough, l.
2flalgnusspnhL. Rennie, P. Holstein, C. Johnson, J. McNally Row 4-N. Wiezer, D. Shelby, J. Johnson, L. Larsen, C. Mncek, J. Sherrnt, C. Cnpellos, C.
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Girls Glee Takes Part In Spring Concert
The air filled with music as the Girls
Glee Club practiced and perfected their
singing techniques three days a week
during second period.
The members of this club devoted
many hours to rehearsing for their an-
nual Christmas Concert. Diligent prac-
ticeproduced an impressive performance
Girls prepare for Christmas Concert.
and their efforts were very well received.
Opportunity to dance in the spring
operetta was an honor for the partici-
pating members and many tryouts for
this were held.
It was a busy and profitable year for
this energetic group who worked faith-
fully under the leadership of Mr. Larry
Mr. Mitchell beats the rhythm with his foot.
l GLEE CLUB OFFICERS-Sitting-Dee Wessman, Sherri Rink, Standing
-Teri Haugen, Cynthia Capellos, Judy Sherrat, Chris Johnson
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Pep Club boosts Dodger Spirit to many victories. Dodger Spirit rises.
Pep Club Arouses Dodger Spirit
Pep Club played an important role in rousing
school spirit at pep assemblies and games. To
earn enough points to be a pin member a girl
had to participate in many various activities. Ath-
letic events, meetings, working for the bonfire,
different homecoming committees, and painting
signs were ways a girl could obtain these points.
The bonfire was a complete success due to
much hard work by the loyal members. They made
the decorations for the homecoming assembly and
sponsored sock hops.
Pep Club unified its members by purchasing
uniforms of black skirts, white blouses, and red
Vicki Nelson, Marilyn Jones, Barb Goodrich, Nancy Landes paint
signs to boost Dodger teams.
L. to r.-front row-J. Weiss, C. Weston, T. Goodman, I. Brittenham, G. Schaller, L. Castagnoli, A. Fotis, D. Allen, D. Woods, R. Swcatl. Raw
G. Lundgren, K. Heinze, K. Hanson, J. Rojas, Mr. Cayman, Mr. Hageman, D. Burke, P. Kirst, B. Perkins. Row 3-R. Peltz, T. Ruge, S. Booche,
Larson, S. Swinney, M. VanGundy, W. Tabor, A. Lepley, D. Kopp. Raw 4-J. Magnon. S. Hartman. G. Knutson, D. Lools, B. Kemp, L, Chalgrcn,
Morrison, M. Anderson, D. Ashbeenner, C. Wallace.
Boys' Booster Club Obtains Charter
The Boy's Booster Club deserved praise-worthy credit
for a job well-done. Their energetic members helped to
provide an active interest in the loyal pride of our school.
The club met regularly under the supervision of Mr.
Cayman and Mr. Hageman, organizing and planning
activities which would deepen and extend school spirit.
Concurring enthusiasm was contagious and the members
saw their efforts and plans spiral into enduring loyalty.
The club's efforts helped make for continued good will ous ways.
in the halls, classrooms, and at all the activities.
The promising group filled a need and promoted the
spirit necessary for a school to be foremost and forth-
Ray Siefer, secretary-treasurer, Gordon Schaller, president, Bruce
Perkins, vice president, stop in the hall to make a phone call. ,F
Boys' Booster Club members show their enthusiasm in vari-
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BAND, Front row-left to right-L. Crummer, J. Schnurr, L. Dickerson, S. Crosby, J. Drollingerg Row 2-K. Drier, S. Oster-
berg, C. Mandelko, J. VanCundy, S. Moen, E. Klauss, D. Caulkin, H, Eckhart, S. Hewettg Row 3-M. Birrocci, L. Sharf, B
Patterson D. Schoon D. Bass D. Hern K. Wickwire, L. Leege, K. Beiser, B. Ellis, B. Sheker, S. Bartikg Row 4-P.- Cook, R.
Schlesinger, C. Capellos, M. ,Peters, D: Bergvig, M. Swedlund, B. Shimkat, L. Kramer, S. Kastendic, L. Rupp, W. Simpson, K
Davidson, C. Diane, M. Barnhill, M. Robson, D. Carlson, K. Phipps, L, Maas, T. Adams, M. Messerly, C. Brown, M. Mohler, D.
Band Members Participate In Musical
STAGE BAND, Front row left to right-S. Cue, S. Osterberg, B. Ellis, S. Bartik R. Pieper, B. Sheker, N. Cadbury. Row 2-
A. Kallansrud, S. Drown, K. Bieser, K. Alstott, D. Hem, D. Bass, L. Leege, G. Gibson, M. Viers. Back row-L. Crummer, D.
McCabe, C. Myers, T. Adams.
A. Russell, V. Sween, T. Neimier, B. Phipps, L. Macek, M. Mori, M. Dannenbring, J, Hambleton, D. Moore, C. Dannem.
bring, N. Schafer, D. Culver, B. Winhardt, M. Gunther, T. Trace, C. Brown, V. Cobb, S. Drown, J. Ulstad, T. Haugen, C. Togens,
K. Alstott, F. Wiewel, M. Paulson, S. Cue, T. Fredrichs, R. Pieper, B. Clausen, K. Etzell, S. lnnman, C. Fisher, R. Rogers, D.
Harvey, C. Myers, M. Schlesinger, J. Jensen, P. Crunwald, M. Viers, R. Pieperg Row 5- D. Zolnosky, D. McCabe, D. Davis,
M. Zabel, P. Carlson, T. Akins, B, Clark, J, Pride, P. Zierke, O. Jenson, M. Grove, A. Kallansrud.
Spirits were raised as the 1966-67 Dodger band
marched down the field during football games and
filled the stadium with the strains of "Up Fort
Dodgers!" Led by drum major Larry Leege, the
band provided various interesting programs through-
out the season. During one halftime, a patriotic
program was presented featuring A Cappella, a huge
American Flag and the majorettes twirling lighted
batons. In addition to this regular appearance, the
Mr. Keith Altemeier begins the Christmas Concert.
band, under the direction of Mr. Keith Altemeier,
played various concerts.
The pep band successfully enthused pep assemblies
with many fast tunes known to Dodgers. Among the
snappy numbers, the band played Herb Alpert's
music and ended with the school pep song.
Concert band presented programs which were
given at North Junior High, South Junior High, and
Senior High School for public audiences.
BAND OFFICERS-left to right-Brian Wenhardt, Dan Culver,
Chuck Cue, Larry Leege, Cheryl Dannembring, Dianne Moore, and
w.. ,M Y. ,yay
Jaime lives with the Calvin Woods' family during the 'year-
Standing-Jaime, Dennis Woods, Seated-Mrs. Woods, Marianne,
and Mr. Woods.
Jaime - Our Chilean
A. .S. Student
Jaime spends many hours with his American brother, Denny
Jaime Rojas, our A.F.S. Student from San-
tiago, Chile, arrived at the Calvin Woods,
home in August, 1966. Jaime's subjects at
Fort Dodge Senior High included civics, Amer-
ican history, English, Spanish, and typing.
After graduating from high school here, he
will have four more months of school left to
fill his high school education in Chile.
Jaime found the atmosphere of FDHS much
like his own, although the major difference
was "the girls".
Jaime participated in many school activities.
He was a member of Student Council, vice-
president of AFS Club, and a member of
Spanish Club. He enjoyed swimming, soccer,
and basketball. His spare time was spent listen-
ing to music, watching TV, and going to
Jaime's future plans are indefinite, but he
hopes to become a pilot or study sociology.
Rojas stops outside the school before returning home.
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From Athens, Greece came our seventeen-year-old
AFS Student, Chrysanthi Souli. While living in Fort
Dodge, she made her home with the Vernon Moore
In comparing FDHS with school in Greece, Chry-
santhi felt that we had much more freedom. In
Greece twelve to fifteen subjects are required, and
the students attend school from two until seven in
the evening six days a week.
Chrysanthi enjoyed watching all sports and liked
to participate in basketball and volleyball. For recrea-
tion Chrysanthi preferred dancing and music, her
favorites being Italian and French. Parties and music
occupied many of her leisure hours.
Chrysanthi's future plans are still indefinite. She
would like to travel and attend a language institute
for a year or two before attempting to pass her entrance
exams at Athens University.
Chrysanthi Souli, our AFS student from Greece.
Diane points out to Chrysanthi pictures of their friends in last
Chrysanthi - Gur
Greek A.F.S. Student
Chrysanthi's American family, the Vernon Moores-Sitting-Mrs.
Moore, Chrysanthi, Mr. Mooreg Standing-Diane Moore, J. D.,
AFS CLUB Front row-lelt to right-M. Peters, B. Hoover, D. Allen, D. Kopp, B. Friestu, D. Hern. Row 2-C. fllorn, P. Iordison, D. Ness, S. Cappellnl,
C. Cnpellol, E. Klnuss, K. Hnbhab, L. Arney, L. Macek, L. Bouder, S. Kane. Row 3-N. Moore, M. Hanson, S. Bartik, M. McNamee, C. Thompson,
C. Dnnnenbring, C. Higgins, L. Larsen, N. Jensen, N. Landes, C. Berry, I. Drown, V. Gritton.
round The World With Peanuts - . . . Theme
The A.F.S. Club in its second year gathered
members and momentum. Those who belonged
were given a chance to become better ac-
quainted with this year's foreign exchange
students, Chrysanthi Souli of Greece, and
Jaime Rojas of Chile. These personable friends
from other lands showed slides and gave talks
about their native homes at the meetings.
Interest in American Field Service was
furthered through the relating of experiences
in a different land and also by the spirited
activities that the club promoted. One high-
light of the year was the tobogganing party
held at the American Legion Country Club.
A.F.S. week, March 6-10, brought about the .
annual dance and the fund raising drive. Both
were successful in providing fun and funds.
Officers of the club, president, LuAnn
Arney, vice-president, Jamie Rojas, secretary-
treasurer, Chrysanthi Souli and sponsor, Mr.
William Lynch helped make this club an im-
Sara Swan volunteers for a committee assignment.
A.F.S. CLUB-Front row-lelr to right-S. Baker, B. Marquis, R. Siefer, J. Rojas, D. Woods, B. Perkins, J. Stinehnrt. Row 2-0. Habhab, G. Zclms,
A. Tyler, S. Rinlr, R. Aslcelsou, A. Heitland, M. Winclachanz, C. Macek, S. Swan, P. Jordison, A. Garaioni, E. Hoskins, C. Schubert, M. Scott.
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AUDIO VISUAL-Front row-left to right-G. Zelms, B. Perkins, Mr. Barkmeier, K, McMahon, B. Packerg 2-row-A. Kasaldrau, S. Crosby, P. Jordison,
S. Osterberg, C. Dianne, K. Johnson, U. Tinker, R. Pellz.
A.V. and O.E. Organize in I966
Audio Visual Club, which was formed this fall, was
open to all students for the purpose of learning how
to operate the audio visual equipment at 'F.D.H.S.
Meetings were held twice a month with refreshments
served afterwards. Sessions were spent learning the
various parts of the machinery and learning how to
repair the equipment if a machine should break down.
Each member delivered films for one week at differ-
ent times during the year. The officers were president,
Bruce Perkins, vice-president, Sue Osterburgg secre-
tary-treasurer, Beth Packer.
The newly organized office education program
served as an accent for on-the-job-training and corre-
sponded with school work in clerical and secretarial
work. Miss Olson was advisor of the group. Officers
included Sandy Davis, president, Peggy Scarborough,
vice president, Peggy Cross, secretary, and Kay
Members of this group competed in the State Con-
vention at Des Moines and worked in downtown
offices after school. The year was ended by a banquet
given by the girls for the employers.
OFFICE EDUCATION-Front raw-left to right-K. Monson, S. Davis, L. Behrens, Miss Olson, C. Michaela, P. Scarborough, K. Pederson. Row 2-
K. Etzel, D. Zuspann, J. Peterson, L. Waggener, M. Moses, S. Bennett, S. Oraland, L. Jacobsen, P. Gross, K. Wickwire.
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Andy Fotis sums up his case as prosecuting at-
torney in The Night of January 16th.
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' Above-Madhatter trio, Ron Calvert, Ed Gilbert,
Terry Goodman wait for the approaching queen.
Left-Queen of hearts, Kathy Hively, demon-
strates her influence on the King, Paul Willy,
' 'R and her court, M. Harris, S. Swan, and J. Ger-
tell the truth?" asks Ron Calvert to Mike
"Do you swear to
Viers, as Judge Kerry McClurg overhears the swearing in
Tap Dodger Talent in january lofi!
Acting found its glory and reward for those
who were the Thespians. Footlights beckoned
and aspiring actors worked hard in this honor
society of students who were active in the speech
Production of two highly successful plays,
Alice in Wonderland and The Night of January
the Sixteenth, gave opportunity for dramatic ex-
pression of those who had successfully com-
pleted regular class work in dramatics. Other
members proved their skills in working as
makeup and stage artists.
Enjoyment was great for those in the club as
well as for those who were lucky enough to see
the productions which were produced under the
very able direction of Mr. Gail Niceswanger, the
Officers are Scott Griffith, presidentg Betty Fellers,
treasurerg Cindy Byram, secretary.
THESPIAN MEMBERS-Front row-l. to r.-B. Kemp, C. Blobaum,
S. Griffith, B. Packer, C. Weston. 2nd raw-R. Siefer, K. Hively, B.
Fellers, A. Fotis. 3rd row-C. Tinker, A. Paulson, E. Gilbert, D.
Culver, R. Calvert, T. Goodman, C. Byram,
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while Miss Gerber, the student teacher, observes.
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LuAnn Arneyg Jean Algoeg Carol Straderg Sharon Pattersong and Barb Goodrich.
Cheerleaders Spark Enthusiasm In Teams
In the spring numerous girls
worked out and coordinated their
voices and actions in a process
called cheerleading. All of them
worked hard, but finally the stu-
dent body chose the six girls,
who, in their evaluation, would per-
form the best together and create
the most enthusiasm. These six prac-
ticed all summer so that they per-
formed as an organized unit when
the sports seasons came around.
However, their efforts did not cease
here, but they continued to practice
so that they became more proficient
and generated more enthusiasm as
the year went by. These girls
brought a bit of spice and color
that complimented rather favorably
all sporting events.
The varsity cheerleaders urge the spectators to rise up to the occasion.
Cheerleaders Barb Goodrich, Sharon Patterson, and
Carol Strader perform a new cheer ln the shape of a
pyramid. Sharon Patterson shouts, "Up Fort Dodgers!"
Last fall the sophomore class
chose four girls from many will-
ing and capable candidates to rep-
resent them as cheerleaders at their
athletic contests, both in Fort
Dodge and out of town. These
girls practiced many hours each
week and often correlated their
cheers to those of the varsity cheer-
leaders. They continually aroused
spirit in the sophomore class and
the whole student body with their
zest and eager ability.
The sophomore cheerleaders from left
to right are: kneeling, Cyndee Schmidt
and Janie Togeasg standing, Sara Chap-
man and Sharon Knutson.
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Kneeling: l. to r. Boh Ellsworth, John Baldwin, Jose Grady, Tim Frederichs, Bruce Bockoven, Al Clarke, and Don
Brand. Standing: l. to r. Kent Johnson, Bruce Edmondson, Kent Magnusson, Cliff Wallace, Kent Brooks, George
DeBakey, Scott Sweeny, Kurt Hanson, and Danny Lage.
Cross Country Conditions Athletes
The cross country team works out at the American Legion Coun-
try Club hill.
Fort Dodge .... .... 36 Humboldt ........... 22
Fort Dodge .... .... 2 3 Carroll Kuemper ..... 37
Fort Dodge .... .... 2 6 Carroll Kuemper ..... 31
Fort Dodge .... .... 2 5 Prairie Gowrie ....... 35
Fort Dodge .... .... 3 7 Humboldt .... ..... 1 9
Fort Dodge .... .... 2 8 Pocahontas . . . . . . . .27
Fort Dodge .... .... 4 5 Humboldt ..... ..... 1 6
Fort Dodge .......... 28 Prairie Gowrie ....... 29
Big Six Meet-6th
Cross country entered its second season at Fort Dodge
Senior High under the direction of Coach Nitzke. With
two returning lettermen off last year's squad, the Dodger
runners compiled a 4-4 dual meet record. Many boys went
out for 'cross country in order to gain the endurance
needed in other demanding sports. The athletes went
through strenuous workouts daily and ran many miles
weekly so that they would be in top condition for their
Vicki Gritton displays perfect form during an intramural volleyball
Girls as well as boys were encouraged to participate in or-
ganized athletic activities at FDHS. Competition was offered
in field ball, volleyball, basketball, and softball. Miss Nordman
oragnized all events, which took place after school. Senior and
junior teams composed one league and sophomore teams had
their own competition. At the end of two years, if a girl had
participated in all events she signed for in girls' intramurals,
she received a monogram award.
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Girls Participate in Intramural Activities
Driving for the basket, Pat Cook puts the ball up with
a soft touch.
Through the net, Anne Reese volleys after a serve.
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Sitting: R. Schmidt, D. Mahoney, K. Miller, D. Guarill, D. Brown, D. Markley, D. Olson, G. Perry, V. Gordon, B. Hathaway, W.
Fiesler, J. Carlson, C. Malmberg, Kneeling: A. Smith, R. Pingle, D. Kehm, G. Mosbrucker, M. Viers, D. Nicklus, J. Spittal, L.
Castagnoli, B. Heistand, B. Sheker, S. McHenry, M. Kennedy, M. Algoe, J. Livasy, M. McGuire, Standing: Student trainer D. Woods,
D. Roney, D. Swift, J. Bratland, P. Gunderson, D. Lyerly, A. Fotis, T. Allen, G. Koch, T. Tragenza, J. Licht, M. Arlinson, D. Hager,
M. Lee, D. Nelson
Dodgers- Oppose Five'
The 1966 football season provided a number of
surprises and disappointments for the interested
Dodger spectators. The year began with a bang as
the Dodgers topped Boone, rated 8th in a preseason
poll, 33-20. However their spirits were deflated as
the team went down to defeat at the hands of Car-
roll Kuemper and Cedar Falls. With great anticipa-
tion the squad next prepared to take on the three
powerful East schools on successive Fridays. De-
feated by Sioux City and Waterloo, the team next
turned its sights to the homecoming game with East
Des Moines. Rain poured and thunder cracked, but
the weather did not dampen the Dodgers' spirits as
they lost a close contest to the highly favored Scar-
lets. Victory also escaped the Dodgers' grasp in the
next two outings with conference opponents Mason
City and West Waterloo. The annual charity game
with Sioux City Heelan was the last contest for the
1966 Dodger football team. They entered the, sta-
dium with elevated spirits and played a hard, deter-
mined game. It was perhaps their best effort of the
The coaches for the 1966 Dodger football teamsg Richard For- lh h th th h t d f
manek, Dennis Bockert, and Roger Higgins, give freely of their year, at Ong ey came out on e S or en 0 a
valuable time and experience so that it is possible for the players 54"28 Score-
t0 flmCti0I1 as an Organized football ieam- Although the season was unproductive victory
wise, it provided many thrills and much excitement
for all Dodger fans.
Dodge ..... .
. .33 Boone ............. .
. . 7 Carroll Kuemper
.. 0 Cedar Falls ..... .
. .20 East Sioux City . .
Dodge... 0 East Waterloo
Dodge .......... 19 East Des Moines .... .
Dodge .... ..... 1 4 Mason City . . .
Dodge . . 6 West Waterloo ...... .
Dodge .......... 28
Sioux City Heelan
SEASON RECORD 1-8
Rated Football Teams
Even football players need to take a break, right Jim Licht?
Dodgers make a tackle on the rain soaked field during the Homecoming game.
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Fort Dodge. . .35 Algona Garrigan . . 12
Fort Dodge. . .24 Carroll Kuemper. . 0
Fort Dodge. . .35 Perry ......... . . 0
Fort Dodge. . . 19 Webster City . . . . 14
The season opened for the sophomore
football team with enthusiasm high and
aspirations elevated. Coach Robert Silke
worked hard and long, directing his young
squad to an undefeated season. The only
blemish on an otherwise spotless record
was a 20-20 tie with Boone in the opening
contest of the year. The boys that went
out for sophomore football gained the
valuable experience and sportsmanship that
is demanded by competition on a varsity
The sophomores score a touchdown for their undefeated season
Sophs Compile Llndefeated Record
Sitting: l. to r. L. Wyatt, J. Evans, D. Markley, S. Tepfer, S. Sears, S. Daniel, S. Gibson, B. Folvag, B. Livasy, D. Wilson F
Larson, K. Sprinkles, Kneeling: l. to r. D. Tuttle, D. Sankey, J. Ulicky, J. Irvine, M. Anderson, J. Miller, P. Mulvihlll M
McHenry, N. Conrad, V. Gordan, T. Goodman, K. Randall, Standing: G. Bookes, D. McCabe, S. Herber, J. Culver, B. Spore D
Berkland, K. Alstott, B. Farrel, D. Howard, K. Beisser, A. Schaffer, S. Walters, M. Carver, B. Stromberg, C. Keiser.
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The 1966-1967 Dodger varsity basketball team included, kneeling: Mike Algoeg Jose Grady-.--Standing l. to r.: Alvin Clarke
George De Bakeyg Mark Bockg Gary Mosbruckerg Tom Alleng Kent Magnussong John Prideg John Baldwing Kent Brooks
Jerry Spittalg Bruce Presley.
Dodgers Defeat St. Edmonds for District
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Coaches Vernon Huseman and Tom Hartigan inspire the
team to a victorious season.
East Des Moines .
Webster City . ..
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West Waterloo .
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Cedar Falls ....
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East Waterloo . .
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Mason City ....
Sioux City Central
St. Edmonds ....
Basketball is a popular sport at FDHS, and
year after year Coach Vernon fDutchJ Huseman
has produced consistently good teams. At the be-
ginning of the year some doubts stirred as to how
good a squad this one would be. The varsity had
only two returning lettermen and lacked depth and
experience. However, after winning the first two
games and five of the first six, FDHS once again
appeared to have the outstanding basketball squad
which has characterized the school in recent years.
After a slow start in the Big Six race, the cagers
caught fire and finished second behind perennial
champion East Waterloo. Moreover, the squad was
greatly improved from its early season form and
played with a deliberate, team effort. Immediately,
the Dodgers entered rigorous tournament competi-
tion, aiming for one of the eight berths in the state
-AA tournament at Des Moines. Decisive victories
over Webster City and intercity rival St. Edmonds
captured the district title for the Dodgers. Next
came sub-state competition against Ames on their
home court. It was an exciting game, with the
Dodgers leading most of the way, but the 6th ranked
Ames squad pulled out in the fourth quarter and
then hung on for a 57-55 victory over Fort Dodge,
eliminating them from further competition. As the
season closed, Coach Huseman looked forward to
next year when his team would have the experience
from juniors and sophomores that it lacked this
year, and he forecast that next year Fort Dodge
would have a team in the state meet once again.
Jerry Spittal maneuvers between the defense for a well
deserved field goal.
During a break in the game tension, Dutch Huseman JIVCS over strategy with his players
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SOPH. BASKETBALL SQUAD-front row: Sam Boutcheeg Scott Kregerg Kurt Keiserg Denny Howardg Bruce Edmondson:
Bruce Strombergg Mike Lee. Second row: Dave Tuttleg Vic Cordeng Dave Markleyg Mike Koppg Steve Tepferg Tim Estlundg
Terry Goodman. Third row: Dennis McCabe, student manager: Walt Fieslerg Steve Hardyg Brian Sporeg Alan Shaffer: Tom
Forbesg Don Aschbrenner, student manager.
Sophs Gain High School Basketball Experience
Poised in mid-air, Walt Fiesler prepares to shoot over an opponent's
Fort Dodge Boone ............
Fort Dodge Algona-Garrigan.
Fort Dodge East Des Moines . . .
Fort Dodge Humboldt .........
Fort Dodge Eagle Grove ......
Fort Dodge West Waterloo ....
Fort Dodge ........ East Waterloo ....
Fort Dodge Mason City ......
Fort Dodge Clarion .........
Fort Dodge East DesMoines ....
Fort Dodge ........ Webster City .....
Fort Dodge Cedar Falls ......
Fort Dodge West Waterloo ....
Fort Dodge East Waterloo ....
Fort Dodge. Cedar Falls ......
Fort Dodge Mason City ......
Fort Dodge ........ Sioux City Central
The 1966-67 FDHS sophomore basketball squad
opened the year with victories over Boone and
Algona-Carrigan. Under the direction of Coach
Robert Silke, the young Dodgers had a successful
season and compiled a 10-7 record. Many indi-
viduals stood out as good prospects for the varsity
next year as all participants savored their first taste
of high school basketball competition.
This year's Dodger varsity swimming team included, front row, l. to r.: Bob Hoover, Mike Brand, .lim Wells, Stan Baker, Jeff
Michelfelder. Second row: .lim Ruge, Jim Maurer, Mark Mayer, Joe Flaherty, Jeff Jacox. Third row: Ray Siefer, Marc Trost.
Ron Calvert, Kraig Stromberg, Greg Sternitzke, Dale Calkin. Fourth row: Bill Kohler, student manager, Coach Cary Carr.
Swimmers Enjoy Second Season in New
Standin b the office of the new YMCA ool Coach Car Carr
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discusses tactics with one of his varsity swimmers.
With seven returning lettermen from last year's
top-notch varsity, the FDHS swimming team began
conditioning soon after November 1 for a long, hard
season. After several weeks of strenuous workouts,
the Dodger swimmers prepared to open the cam-
paign against highly rated Des Moines -Roosevelt.
Although defeated by tl1e Ruffriders and then by
Sioux City Central and West Waterloo, the swim-
mers snapped back into style compiling an 8-2 record
for the remainder of the season. Included in the
victories were double conquests of Boone, East Des
Moines, and Mason City, and a first place finish in
the Boone Invitational. Following a final victory over
Ames, the Dodgers next conditioned for district
and state competition. The team as-a whole captured
third place in the district and qualified ten in-
dividuals in seven events for further competition.
Against the best in the state assembled at Ames, the
Dodgers took 19th place, a respectable showing for
any team. Coach Gary Carr had much to look
forward to next year with a number of promising
sophomores and juniors and even a few freshmen
returning, and next year's swimming team is expected
to be one of the best in the state.
Mark Mayer resets on the starting block after a
Dodge .... ,. .27
Dodge ...... 35
Dodge ...... 53
Dodge ...... 67
Dodge ...... 51
Dodge ...... 54
Dodge ...... 65
Central, S.C. . . .
West Waterloo .
Lincoln, D.M. ..
East Des Moines
H38 West Vlfaterloo .
Mason City ....
East Des Moines
. . . . .341 Central, S.C. ...
Ames ..... . .
Swimmers poise before the crack of the gun.
Anticipation builds as coach and swimmers alike await th
of a race.
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After a grueling freestyle race, Kraig Stromberg lends a helping hand to
Jeff Michelfelder hits his apex during Jeff Jacox.
Swimmers Take Boone Invitational
Relaxing his taut muscles, Bill McCarroll stretches
A Dodger swimmer renders a towel to his water soaked head. prior tg 3 rage,
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This year's junior varsity swimming team includes, front row, l. to r.: Rick Scott, Jack Nelson, Doug Thomas, Scott Hill,
John Kucera. Second rozo: Kirk Benson, John Kurtz, Neil Cadbury, Bob Kersten, Steve Strom. Back row: Steve Lindberg, Randy
Pieper Roger Pieper, Kim Alstott, Mike Littzen, Mike Mohler, Dave More.
.V. Swimmers Strive for Self-Improvement
Steve Drown loosens a teammate's muscles before a race.
Every day after school found the junior varsity swimming
team hard at work at the North Junior High pool. They
practiced daily on form, turns, starts, and building endurance
so that they might have a chance to move onto the varsity.
This phase of the swimming program showed the most im-
provement from day to day, and many boys did earn spots
on the first team. John King coached the J.V. and kept them
inspired to work hard throughout the year. This was the
unheralded facet of swimming that so few knew about or
Steve Drown congratulates Bill McCarroll on a good race.
The varsity wrestling team this year includes back row, l. to r.: Mike Viers, Dale Morris Doug Spillman, Tom Kirby, Rick
Ruby, Steve Page. Front row, I. to r.g Jim Neighbors, Bob Tague, John Cuckie, Tim Frederichs, Joe Sestak, not pictured, Bruce
Dodgers Send Four to State Meet
Pondering the outcome of a match are Coaches
Wayne Cormaney and Dick Formanek. Ninety-five pounder J oe Sestak seeks an opening for a takedown. .
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SCOREBOARD Q l Z
Fort Dodge.. .... 14 Eagle Grove .... ..... 2 6
Fort Dodge ........ 66 East Des Moines . . . . . . 6 ' Q
Fort Dodge. . .... 25 Britt .......... ..... 1 4 + i
Fort Dodge .244 Algona ..... ..... 1 8
Fort Dodge. . .... 55 Estherville ..... ..... 1 1
Fort Dodge.. ..... 9 West Waterloo . .... .30
Fort Dodge ........ 25 Cedar Falls .... ..... 1 4 p ,A
Fort Dodge.. .... 24 Mason City .... ..... 1 6
Fort Dodge.. .... 18 Clarion ....... ..... 2 3
Fort Dodge. . . . . .5 East Waterloo . . . . . .36
Fort Dodge.. .... 38 Iowa Falls .... ..... 1 0
Fort Dodge ........ 34 Webster City .... .... 6
Tim Frederichs uses his head while struggling for a pin
Wrestlers Learn Self-Dlsclplme
In a burst of strength, Bob Tague picks his opponent up and drives Coach Formanek makes a momentary adjustment on
him forward. Bruce Heistand's headgear.
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Squarins Off and Sizing his foe UP before 3 match is Bob Tague breaks his opponents grasp for a well earned escape
sophomore Joe Sestak.
Eagle Grove Invitational goes To Dodgers
The sport that demanded the most from a
boy was wrestling. It forced him to keep his
body in top condition and his morale high.
It taught him self-discipline in eating and
sleeping habits and the necessity of physical
fitness. These boys sweat it out every day,
striving for quicker moves and greater en-
durance. But all the hard work paid off as
the grapplers compiled an 8-4 dual meet
record, and had several outstanding indi-
viduals. All eleven Dodger wrestlers entered
Sectional competition and eight earned the
right to continue to districts where four
qualified for the state mat meet. Only Jim
Neighbors, of the four, survived first round
matches among rugged competition and
went on to take third in the state at 127
Jim Neighbors, undefeated during the regular season slderolls one of his
,IV WRESTLING SQUAD-kneeling l. to r.: Gene Brown, Woodrow Wheat, Brian Farrell, Dennis Olson, Jim Carlson, ,Ierry
Irvine. Standing l. to r.: Bob Livasy, Steve Sears, Keith Brown, Dave Larsen, Gary Lafollette, Gary Perry.
Junior Varsity Completes Near Perfect Season
Fort Dodge .27 Eagle Grove
Fort Dodge .39 East Des Moines
Fort Dodge .30 Britt ..........
Fort Dodge .34 Algona ....
Fort Dodge ...... 47 Estherville ....
Fort Dodge .23 West Waterloo .
Fort Dodge .24 Cedar Falls ....
Fort Dodge .31 Mason City ..
Fort Dodge .35 Clarion .......
Fort Dodge .22 East,Waterloo .
Fort Dodge .41 Iowa Falls ....
Fort Dodge .48 Webster City ..
The Dodger junior varsity wrestlers continually
challenged the top grapplers in each weight division
throughout the year, in hopes of earning a spot
on the first team. This was evidenced by the im-
pressive record the J.V. compiled this year, marred
only by a narrow defeat at the hands of highly
regarded West Waterloo. These boys were as val-
uable to the squad as anyone else, for they forced
all the other wrestlers to put out that extra effort
that separated a good wrestler from a great one.
Retaining control of his foe, Woodrow Wheat works for a pinning
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LI DERCLASSM N
The C ass
Stan Baker, President,
Randy Peltz, Vice-president:
Joyce Johnson, Treasurer,
Barb Hrabak, Secretary,
HOMEROOM 106-Front Row-D. Attleson, D. Attleson, D. Baker, D. Anderson, J.
Baldwin, M. Amendt, E. Archer. Row 2--D. Alstott, G. Anderson, K. Anderson, L. Baud-
er, R. Ball, B. Abel, A. Anderson, J. Armstrong, L. Ackerson, C. Anderson. Row 3-T.
Abbott, S. Babcock, P. Baker, B. Allen, M. Andre, J. Baedke, I. Badger, R. Askelson,
C. Albright, L. Arnold, D. Anderson, M. Anderson, S. Baker.
HOMEROOM 7-Front Row-B. Birkett, D. Bass, M. Bock, M. Bamett, J. Bratland, G. Brehm, R. Boersma. Row
2-N. Beekman, L. Beaver, S. Bradwell, S. Bowers, S. Borwey, R. Boring, V. Benson, D. Borer, D. Blankenhagen,
B. Bever, D. Bishey, P. Blunt, S. Brehm. Row 34D. Bennett, D. Bolender, M. Birocci, C. Blobaum, S. Behrens, V.
Beck, L. Blunt, M. Benson, N. Blair, E. Bohm, K. Bowers, K. Benson, T. Bloom, D. Brand.
HOMEROOM 28-Front Row-J. Conkel, P. Carlson, S. Cannon, M. Churchill, D. Burke, R. Calvert, R. Bryan. Row
2-J. Butterworth, L. Cahail, R. Buck, P. Conrad, C. Bundy, C. Capellos, M. Butterworth, C. Burke, C. Burman, B.
Cooper, K. Brown. Row 3-G. Buffum, G. Cassen, 0. Brown, S. Crosby, J. Cahill, D. Brust, D. Carlson, B. Clausen, K.
Juniors Study American Literature
HOMEROOM 33-Front Row-D. Davis, G. DeBakey, M. Daniels, J. Ertl, L. Crouse, L. Crouse, L. Dreier, S. Drown.
Row 2-S. Echelberger, E. Demery, C. DeLanoit, S. Echelberger, C. Dennis, U. Dungy, L. Easley, P. DeFoe, C.
Dally. Row 3-B. Dunn, D. Darrah, R. Dencklau, T. Dennis, L. Dickerson, G. Davies, M. Davis, R. Dencklau, R
Crouse, J. Cuckie, S. DeWitt.
HOMEROOM 5-Front Row-B. Friesth, D. Gaster, D. Englebrecht, C. Geer, S. Elliott, J. Flaherty, D. Ferguson.
Row 2-R. Garrett, J. Fletcher, S. Goings, D. Ford, P. Fjetland, K. Froyd, C. Fisher, C. Edwards, S. Graves, S. Edger-
ton, J. Gerth, B. Gadbury. Row 3-E. Finch, D. Gilbert, V. Farrell, A. Garatoni, M. Everhard, L. Faith, D. Geary, S.
Fuller, L. Gathman, M. Fardy, S. Ford, M. Evans, G. Edgerton.
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HOMEROOM 115-Front Row-H. Haase, S. Hartman, T. Hanneman, P. Gunderson, H. Harris, D. Gwinner, B. Hanes.
Row 2-S. Grandors, N. Gross, J. Halvorson, P. Goings, C, Heitkamp, T. Haugen, P. Gurnett, N. Harvey, S. Heeden,
L. Grimes, O. Habhab, D. Hearn, E. Gilbert. Row 3-D. Haugen, R. Hair, B. Hathway, K. Grady, P. Gustafson, M.
Gunther, S. Inman, P. Habhab, P. Gilbert, K. Heinze, B. Hamlow, D. Guarill, D. Harp, S. Gumm.
Juniors Are Active
HOMEROOM 10-Front Row-T. Hill, D. Jensen, B. Hovey, D. Johnson, C. Johnson, K. Hanson, B. Horner. Row
2-R. Jensen, K. Hendrickson, S. Hunt, J. Heman, B. Hrabak, L. Hubbard, D. Johnson, L. Holmes, P. Hughes, A.
Heitland, S. Hepperle. Row 3-H. Hoover, D. Hill, S. Johanson, L.- Henrichs, M. Hanson, B. Henrichsen, B.
Jochims, J. Isaacson, K. Herrington, N. Hill, P. Hungate, M. Hoover, R. Heun.
HOMEROOM 109-Front Row-D. Lage, G. Koch, B. Koller, C. Krause, B. Klinger, L. Josephson, J. Kobs. Row 2-
T. Kelly, B. Lalor, J. Johnson, A. Lara, L. Johnson, M. Krass, P. Jordison, C. Klass, E. Jonas, R. Jones. Row 3-S.
Kuske, D. Jones, F. Kauffman, G. Lafollette, S. Kane, L. Klein, S. Knutson, K. Kolbe, P. Jordison, L. Johnson, R.
HOMEROOM 103-Front Row-D. Mahoney, C. Macek, G. Lundgren, K. Magnusson, D. Lyerly, J. Mace, S. Lundberg.
Row 2-D. Lindner, N. Lynn, R. Magoon, L. Leiss, J. Magnusson, M. Larson, L. Larsen, C. Lepley, L. Long, R. Larson.
Row 3hB. Lind, C. Malmberg, M. Leiss, L. Macken, M. Lyftogt, A. Logan, A. Logan, J. Mallinger, C. Linclstrom,
J. Lowrey, L. Larson, L. Maas.
In All School Plays
"Help, Mr. Caymanl'
scream Oscar Habhab
and Bob Marquis.
Kent Brooks studies his postulates in Mr. Reed's geometry class?
HOMEROOM 27-Front Row-M. Montgomery, K. Miller, D. Markley, B. Marquis, D. Maschino, M. Michehl, B.
Morrison. Row 2-M. Mori, B. Mason, S. Mernka, K. Moeller, S. Montgomery, M. Miller, J. Moll, M. Mori, M. Mar-
quesson, K. Mason, C. Moen, K. Montgomery. Row 3-L. Myers, J. Maurer,'S. Michelfelder, S. Moore, E. Miller, D.
Morris, A. Mosely, N. Manusos, G. Mehl, M. Messerly, A. Mendenhal, .l. Myers.
HOMEROOM 4-Front Row-R. Netland, M. Oleson, R. Nelson, B. Nelson, M. McLary, W. McMannus, M. McFadden.
Row 2-K. McClurg, M. McNamee, L. Olson, D. Ness, J. McNally, K. McIntyre, C. McKnight, P. Newbrough, S.
McMahon, D. Nielson, C. Nelson. Row 3-R. McDowell, C. Meyers, J. Oleson, C. Nemechek, P. Mulvihill, P. Nelson,
T. Mitchell, K. McClurg, B. McCutcheon, B. Nowell, M. Murray. Not Pictured-R. Myers,'D. Olson, L. Nickless.
Junior Officers Lead
Pat Gustafson finds the
Mark Anderson and Oscar Hahhab exclaim, "These books are better than you
think ! "
HOMEROOM 108-Front Row-L. Polad, R. Pieper, B. Perkins, J. Pride, R. Pingel, J. Peterson, H. Ranthum. Row 2
--W. Pugh, M. Peters, K. Person, J. Parks, V. Pritchard, B. Paulson, A. Paulos, C. Pearson, R. Peed, B. Patterson,
R. Peltz. Row 3-L. Parsons, G. Perry, B. Packer, J. Parker, K. Pontius, C. Pederson, P. Pavek, M. Porter, M. Pratt,
HOMEROOM 112-Front Row-D. Roney, B. Schmeling, R. Schrader, C. Sandahl, S. Roming, P. Ray, D. Schoon.
Row 2-K. Roark, S. Reis, J. Sandeline, L. Ruge, A. Reese, T. Ruge, V. Saboe, F. Reese, R. Rogers, L. Rykus, N.
Rushton, J. Schnurr, L. Ryerson. Row 3-L. Rennie, K. Rosales, A. Reed, I.. Scharf, M. Redenius, D. Scharf, R. Ruby,
B. Schlick, T. Ruby, J. Rozales, C. Schubert, G. Seholt, J. Sampson, C. Sundeen, C. Rogers.
The Way For 523 Students
Teri Haugen leads "The
team is in a huddle!"
Charge! Dennis Woods, Marc Scott and Edward Gilbert prepare for
the All School Dance. N
HOMEROOM 12-Front Row-W. Schuh, S. Skophammer, A. Smith, M. Schwering, C. Svaleson, C. Tague, S. Swin
ney. Row 2-P. Shoemaker, P. Smith, P. Sweet, A. Sullivan, 1. Stitt, D. Shelby, N. Swift, D. Streif, C. Stringer, K
Sheker, S. Swan, R. Schwanz. Row 3-C. Silver, L, Schultz, M. Sollenbarger, E. Swanson, R. Schmidt, E. Stiles, A
Smith, B. Spillman, M. Scott, J. Scott, P. Scott.
HOMEROOM 38-Front Row-D. Trupe, W. Walters, C. Tinker, R. Tudor, C. Wallace, R. Taylor, T. Trace. Row 2
-A. Tyler, C. Thompson, P. Vauble, C. Togeas, J. Wade, M. VanEvery, J. Ulicki, V. Tague, R. Theiss, C. Taylor,
M. Thorndike. Row 3-B. Tague, P. Wearmouth, B. Torkelson, R. Walker, M. Van Cundy, P. Trusty, B. Vollschow,
L. Thompson, M. Trost, D. Thompson, K. Vinsand, J. Ulstad, T. Vinsand.
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Juniors Join A Cappella
Junior Dan Schoon gets
caught in the rush.
HOMEROOM 39 N.W.-Front Row-D. Wooster, J. Zinnel, G. Zelms, B. Wohlers, F. Wiewel, G. Wessel, T. Wendell.
Row 2-K. Wegman, J. Wiggins, D. Wright, S. Williams, N. Wies-er, P. Willey, M. Windschanz, K. Wickwire, L. Win-
gerson, A. Zuspann, K. Wright. Row 3-M. Zabel, B. Wildt, B. Westfall, B. Zenor, J. Weiss, B. Wenhardt, D. Wilson,
S. Whelchel, E. West, J. Witte, D. Zeka.
Vic Gordon, President,
Walt Fieseler, Vice-president,
Sharon Knutson, Secretary,
Shelley Pieper, Treasurer,
HOMEROOM 21-Front Row-M. A. Anderson. J. Ashenfelter, R. Bass, K. Alstott, S. Barger, D. Ashbrenner, M. G.
Anderson. Row 2-K. Bass, N. Anderson, M. Barnhill, K. Bamett, J. Baker, K. Askeland, P. Baker, G. Banta, C.
Bacon, T. Andrews, C. Andrews. Row 3-T. Akins, D. Albrecht, W. Anderson, M. Aultman, M. Bamhill, J. Arm-
strong, V. Archibald, J. Ault, I. Badger.
HOMEROOM 35-Front Row-S. Bonnell, S. Barger, B. Bickford, S. Boutchee, D. Berkland, B. Bendiken, M. Brand.
Row 2-P. Beal, S. Bice, C. Bennett, K. Brockman, M. Brinton, C. Breeden, C. Bever, N. Blunt, S. Best, S. Becker,
D. Bishop, K. Brandel. Row 3-D. Bowman, K. Beisser, D. Brennan, J. Blomberg, C. Berry, L. Beightol, J. Billings, R.
Bell, J. Brittenham, R. Bonnstetter, L. Brennan. Not Pictured-C. Books, L. Berger.
HOMEROOM 2-Front Row-J. Carlson, B. Cob, L. Buckingham, J. Carr, C. Burke, M. Carver, B. Clark. Row 2-
V. Carlson, C. Christenson, S. Buttz, V. Campbell, L. Burke, S. Clark, E. Claude, C. B. Buettner, D. Bryant, S.
Capellos. Row 3-P. Burgess, B. Buckendahl, S. Chapman, M. Bumgardner, C. Christy, B. Calisesi, D. Brown, B.
Burnham, C. Brown, C. Cahill, J. Clabaugh, .l. Buelt.
Sophomores Top Sales
HOMEROOM 23AFr0nt Row,B. Denker, N. Conrad, N. Conrad, D. Cottrell, D. Crouse, C. Davidson, J. Davis. Roug
2-A. Cook, K. Cooper, L. Davis, D. Dahlman, J. Daniel, T. Davis, A. DeFoe, M. Davidson, M. Dannenbring, S.
Danlel. Row 3-T. Dencklau, L. Del.anoit, D. Crosby, S. Crosby, D. DeMeulenaere, S. Culps, K. Dencklau, D. Croft,
R. Conrad, L. Daniel, L. Dencklau, S. Crosby.
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HOMEROOM 105-Front Row-J. Evans, M. Edmundson, B. Farrell, J. Espeland, T. DeVilbiss, L. Feeley, W.
Fieseler. Row 2-C. Eastwood, C. Dutcher, C. Diane, J. Echelherger, B. Ellis, B. Edwards, J. Enburg, S. DuBois,
S. Erickson, K. Ellis, D. Everett. Row 3-R. Drown, J. Fisher, M.
J. Drown, J. Drollinger, A. Fishel, T. Estlund, D. Fawcett, S. Ernst.
Fawkes, C. Espeland, M. Fisher, D. Buckett,
HOMEROOM 9-Front Row-B. Friesth, T. Forbes, S. Fuhrman, K. Froh, T. Goodman, V. Gordon, D. Gilday.
Row 2-M. Grimes, J. Grandors, M. Foster, V. Graves, M. Gribbin, D. Flickinger, V. Flowers, D. Grove, J. Forster,
J. Gerrard, N. Gaugcr, J. Hambleton, P. Grunwald. Row 3--J. Garrett, J. Frank, B. Gcrnlrart, M. Grovc, J. Gar-
rett, B. Folvag, S. Gibson, J. Goings, D. Fitzner, T. Friedcrichs, J. Gilliland, M. Hade, D. Guetzlaff.
On Ll.F. Drive
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Nancy Conrad and Mr. Guyman accept the U. F. Traveling Trophy from Dave Allen
as Andy Fotis gives his look of approval.
HOMEROOM 104-Front Row-W. Holn, C. Henderson, D. Hemphill, D. Harvey, S. Hebert, S. Harty, M. Hilgen-
dorf. Row 2-E. Hoskin, I. Holstein, T. Hergemreter, E. Harton, M. Henry, S. Hason, J. Hartman, J. Hefner, B.
Heistand, G. Hansen, V. Harris, D. Holm, S. Helvik, G. Hanson. Row 3-C. Hay, B. Hofstad, N. Hanes, L. Hoover,
D. Hearn, T. Hoover, D. Haroldson, J. Hanson, C. Haye, R. Hilton, A. Harvey.
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HOMEROOM 3-Front Row-P. Hughes, L. Jessen, C. Keiser, L. Klass, D. Howard, R. Howell, G. Jerome. Row 2
-T. Howard, J. Jones, S. Ibrahim, J. Kauffman, L. Hudson, W. Kloss, P. Kennedy, A. Jones, S. Kaundart, K.
Johnson, A. Jones, S. Johnson, K. Janvrin, L. Jensen, S. Keyser. Row 3-T. Howard, S. Jochimson, O. Jensen, A.
Kallansrud, L. Keyser, B. Jensen, S. Knutson, A. Johnson, C. Jurgens, G. Hoyick, K. Kersten, S. Kastendieck, J.
Irvine, J. Johnson.
Sophs Have Llndefeated
Kent Carlson portrays the mighty Atlas.
Chris Pallos explores the
Q world through the micro-
HOMEROOM 26-Front Row-B. Logue, J. Kurtz, T. Leiss, R. Linn, M. Lee, S. Kreger, M. Lindstrom. Row 2-
K. Loots, D. Kuske, D. Lessmeier, B. Koester, C. Krug, J. Lindberg, J. Laird, S. Larson, K. Liestman, D. Lacina,
C. Larson, L. Lange, A. Lennon, M. Kopp. Row 3-J. Larson, J. Kurth, F. Larsen, M. Little, S. Lindeberg, K.
Larson, S. Larson, B. Livasy, B. Larson, K. Loots, R. Lennon, M. Leutsch, L. Larson.
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HOMEROOM 30-Front Row-J. Maurer, R. Mericle, M. Mc Henry, H. Meier, J. Mc Namar, G. McMahon, H.
Magennis. Row 2-M. McClure, C. Melton, S. McClure, P. McHenry, C. Maness, D. McCabe, J. McDermott, M.
McClure, D. Marquesen, N. Martin, P. Mehring, J. McNally. Row 3-D. Markley, P. McCruder, D. Machovec,
P. Macheal, N. Martin, D. McVeigh, J. Mahany, L. Mehring, P. Matson, J. Metier, K. McCollam, B. Meyer, E.
Bruce Perkins, alias Ar- '
thur Murray, practices .
with Dummy for the All-
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Band members closely follow a Dodger gain.
HOMEROOM 39 S.W.-Front Row-J. Nordquist, D. Nelson, S. Obrien, C. Pallos, R. Noll, P. Mulvihill, J. Miller.
Row 2-D. Mosbrucker, N. Moore, C. Morgan, L. Niemand, P. Page, D. Miller, J. Michelfolder, J. Moen, A.
Muklebust, P. Moeller, V. Neet, S. Nelson, M. Mohler. Row 3--T. Niemier, L. Niemand, M. Neff, P. Olson, L.
Osboe, L. Moore, M. Ostrem, D. Morris, M. Mori, M. Ober-
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HOMEROOM 31-Front Row--M. Peters, J. Parter, V. Ramus, G. Peterson, K. Phipps, M. Person, J. Peterson. Row
2-L. Plahn, D. Peters, S. Pieper, V. Reed, V. Peterson, J. Potratz, J. Palmer, L. Raney, S. Phillyes, K. Polking. Row
3-J. Pagge, W. Porter, S. Peterson, J. Porter, B. Pingel, M. Paulson, M. Pringle, M. Paulen, J. Pierson, J. Pugh, W.
Sophs Get First View
HOMEROOM 16-Front Row-J. Roberts, W. Sampson, M. Schlesinger, M. Scheller, M. Schill, R. Rosalez, L.
Rodewald. Row 2-T. Rial, J. Scheidman, B. Schmoker, R. Rork, L. Rupp, M. Robson, A. Roberts, E. Rice, D.
Sawyer, S. Schelldorf, M. Sease, D. Schutzenhofer. Row 3-S. Richardson, D. Sandven, J. Roney, L. Reisner, S.
Sanks, C. Schmidt, S. Sears, M. Schill, F. Schroder, A. Russel, R. Rice, R. Scott, D. Sabus, D. Scott, P. Schnurr,
R. Robinson, T. Sankey.
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HOMEROOM 24-Front Row-B. Sills, W. Simpson, J. Stinehart, B. Shimkat, B. Stromberg, R. Sorenson, R. Smith.
Row 2-G. Sherman, G. Simpson, D. Siefert, V. Suhjda, R. Shoemaker, J. Showers, J. Sestak, S. Sharat, S. Smith, P.
Strain, M. Soppeland, D. Sebek, K. Sprinkle. Row 3--B. Sheker, M. Spencer, B. Sommerfield, C. Spurlin, R. Slotten,
B. Stevens, C. Stinman, N. Shafer, A. Simonson, S. Stone, M. Soop, B. Spor, A. Shafer.
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HOMEROOM 29-Front Row-M. Swedlund, K. Van Gundy, T. Trusty, R. Bnmdage, K. Umbaugh B Thompson R
Tinterh. Row 2--L. Trott, M. Tollefson, J. Vander Maron, C. Wagner, J. Vander Hoff, S. Va
ughn C Vander Hoff
J. Ulicki, D. Tague, P. Waggoner, J. Togeas, J. Taylor, R. Tepfer, C. Vogt. Row 3-D. Walker, D Twedt A Thor
son, C. Voelschow, B. Vojak, N. Walker, A. Telschan, P. Vrathy, M. Troutwine, S. Tepfer, J.
Of Semester Exams
HOMEROOM 39 N.E.-Front Row-P. Zerke, M. Waters, L. Wyatt, N. Williamson A Wiles L Wllshusen .l
Worrel. Row 2-D. Wardell, K. Warren, J. Watt, S. Weinzetl, N. Williams, G. Wilt D Zolnosky M Wills S
Zemke, N. Windler, M. Woodman, K. Wharen, P. Whiting, B. White. Row 3-J. Winters R Williams D Zable
M. Wright, C. Wiemer, C. Ulertz, L. Wood, E. Wells, J. Whitmer, M. Wood, P. West
HOMEROOM 102-P. Cahill, D. Surls, C. Wertz, E. Wyatt, W. Wheat.
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kins, pushes a movie projector to an tions to the Christmas tree in the front hall.
Tuning up their violins before orchestra practice, Dorothy
Ness and JoDena McNally exercise their vocal chords.
Stretching in efforts to clean up a printing press is Rick
Jerry Butterworth gives another classmate the sly look before
action in a history class.
Sophomores, Diane Machovec, Lynda Raney,
Barb Hofstad and Jennifer Frank crack the
books before a pep club meeting.
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organs of the biology dummy in a classroom learning
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pep assembly skit.
Kathy Kersten, Judy Drollinger, Jim Stinehart, and Marvin Morrison
shake it up at an after game sock hop.
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A uniformed Pep Club boosts Dodger spirit.
As fall sneaked up on a lazy summer, busy Dodgers
began work on the bonfire. Trucks piled high with
boxes and loyal Dodgers were unloaded into numerous
garages. School started, and the daily workers were justly
rewardedg for the bonfire was the largest in the history
of Fort Dodger Senior High School. The bonfire sparked
the Dodger football team into a decisive victory over
The assemblies rang with excitement generated by the
ever-present Dodger Spirit. The Pep Club, which acquired
sharp new uniforms this year, could now boast an ap-
pearance as mighty as their sound. The Boy's Booster
Club reorganized and added their enthusiasm and pep
at the assemblies, and at the games. The going was rough
for the Dodger teams, but student support didn't lack.
Bus trips were as great as ever as a lot of Dodgers
showed their pride in their football teams. Homecoming
neared, excitement and anticipation mounted, as Dodgers
each strove to out do the other as numerous floats took
Kick off Dodger
Weeks of work produce the biggest bonfire in FDHS history.
Vicki Nelson gives her full support for the team.
Tlic- bonfire luluzes the Dodgers onto victory.
Coach Higgins fires up the Dodgers.
Sam Hartman stretches in anticipation of Homecolnin
Scott Griffith concentrates on painting HR 8's float.
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Lettermen initiates push pennies through classroom doorways for
president Larry Castagnoli.
Training Choir, Girls' Glee Club, and A Cappella members com-
bine their voices to perform the Magnificat.
Gary LaFollette7 Greg Koch, Bruce Heistand, and Andy
Fotis blend their off-key vocal talents for lettermen's initia-
As the year drew to a close, Dodgers kept busy
socially. Lettermen's Club staged their hilarious ini-
tiationg the music department presented concertsg
and school clubs sparked the season with their
annual Christmas banquets and parties.
Twerp Week introduced 1967 to F.D.H.S., as the
tables turned and the girls treated the boys. Bob
Hoover, crowned Twerp King 1967, reigned over the
dance which concluded the Week of fun.
A Cappella members present a Christmas drama, Amahl and the Night Visitors, for a student assembly.
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Joyce Jones and Susan Hunt prepare spaghetti for their meal assignment in cooking M M M-approves Ann Anderson
Mr. Gustafson assists Bruce
Tefler, Mike Scheller, De-
anna Johnson Annette
Jones, Larry Klass -with
their art projects.
James Messerly and Mlke Schwerxng repair a rear axle in auto mechanics
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Using the tools of various basic skills, as well as
those implements of pre-vocational courses, students
prepared themselves for careers after graduation. The
students learned to master the use of equipment as
simple as paint brushes and as complicated as lino-
types. Cooking class, printing class, and auto me-
chanics used equipment that gave practical on-
the-job experiences. Complete training in operation
of the implements was given the students so they
artistic talent in class, Marc Kennedy sculpts a bust
In printing class Doug Maschio sets type for a pamphlet
became highly capable in using the equipment. Proj-
ects undertaken in the classrooms would prove fruit-
ful in the future.
Wearing their protector lasses G Peterson and al
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Directing the pep band for one of the pep assemblies f, Sl
is Mr. Keith Altemeier. '
Tired and bubbling Dodgers jam the concourse before school in the morning.
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The Thespian bus trip apparently has gotten the best
Jane Scheideman and Mike Paulson operate the popcorn machme
for student council's turn in the concession stand.
Dressed as a meter maid for a mock trial, Lowell Handy takes
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tary. Standing, left to right-Mike McGu1re, president: Bob HOOVCY, V1Ce-PfCS1dem-
The lass Of '6
The seniors held many memories of their
final year at Fort Dodge Senior High
School. A class, once closely knit, departed,
each member looking for his goal in life.
Seniors recalled the activities of the year
which included the biggest bonfire in the
history of F. D. H. S., homecoming, the
annual Christmas concert, the many plays,
and the operetta. The activities of senior
week, the dinner dance, class day, the all
night party, and graduation were pursued
by all. Chemistry and physics tests, research
papers for English, Shakespeare, and the
college entrance exams .made lasting impres-
sions. For many years, the class had been
waiting for the moment to be mighty sen-
iorsg but now that moment is over.
Karen Ostrem and Cindi DuBois spend many nights studying at the
SUE ACKERMAN TONY ADAMS CYNTHIA ALEXANDER
JANICE 'ACKERSON MICHAEL AHRENS JEAN ALGOE
COLLEEN ALLARD KENNY ALLEN RONALD ANDERSEN
DAVE ALLEN TOM ALLEN
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MARY LOU ANDERSON PAMELA ANDERSON JAMES ANDREWS
NANCY ANDERSON TOM ANDERSON MAURICE'ANHOLT
DON ARN DT
BETTI DEAN E AULTMAN
SANDRA BAKER SUE BARTIK LINDA BEHREN5
CANDY BARKER ROBERTA BECHER SHARON BENNETT
KEVIN BENSON BRUCE BINGHAM GARY BIXLER
-CHYRL BERGVIG SHARLEEN BITTNER VICKI BLAIR
Sharon Patterson needs to borrow an era-er.
Richard Murray calls the service station for a tow.
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DALE CALKIN BETTY CARR PAM CARSTENS
STEVEN CASOTTI LARRY CASTACNOLI
RICHARD CILELAND VICKI COBB PAT COLLMAN
JERRY CLEVELAND BILL COLLINS JAYNE CONRAD
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Amahl and The Night Visitors.
Cathy Tinker has a dramatic moment as the Duchess in Alice
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Tomorrow's leaders are Scott Griffith, Dan Culver, and
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SHERRI FLOWERS LINDA FORTNEY ANDREW 1-'oT1s H OUS6
CHERRY FORTNEY DIANNE FORTNEY CHARLES FOUGHTY
SUSAN GERNHART LARRY CILLILAND DAVID GRALL
GARY GIBSON BARBARA GOODRICH JOEY GRANDORS
Chrysathi Souli and Mark Scott
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LARRY HOOVER CINDY HORN KATHRYN HOYMAN
BOB HOOVER EVELYN HORTON ALLAN HOWICK
JOHN IBRAHIM LINDA' JACOBSON CAROLYN JAKOBITZ
JANICE JACKSON JEFFREY JACOX BRIAN JAMIESON
JIM JENKINS NANCY JENSEN MELBA JERC-ENS
LARRY JESSEN JEFFREY JEROME
PAULETTA JON ES
CHRIS JOHNSON KENT JOHNSON
KATHY JOHNSON DENNIS JONES
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TOM KIRBY EVELYN KLAUS SHERRY KLEIN
PAUL KIRST DANNY KLEIN CIN DI KLOESS
CINDY KNICKERBOCKER GARY KNUTSON DOUGLAS KOPP
DEBBIE KNUTSON MARY ANN KOLESAR GAIL KOUREY
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CATHY LYNN 'while Ann Olsen paces the cafeteria floor.
Pose Mock Trials
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MAURICE MECKLENBURG MIKE MERICLE CAROL MICHAEL
JULIE MITCHELL KAY MONSON JOHN MOORE
MIKE MITCHELL DIANNE MOORE MARVIN MORRISON
MARSHA MOSES RICHARD MURRAY EARL McBRIDE
TOM MUELLER PAM MYERS RANDY McCLURE
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Pingel, Kent Magnusson and Kent Brookes experi-
ence a deflating halftime.
Pep Club Uniforms
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SHARON PATTERSON JAMES PAVEK KATHIE PEASE
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ROXANNE PORTER MELINA PRICE CYNTHIA RADFORD
RANDY REEL DONALD REMINGTON
CAROL REMINGTON SUSAN RICE
JAIME ROJ AS
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Ron Calvert listen as Ray Siefer develops another
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Values of Life to Seniors
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Senior Class Committees
Holly Eckart ponders the score of another Dodger basketball game.
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Mike Algoe experiences pre-game jilters during lunch.
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JUDY STUFFLEBEAN DANIEL SWEENEY DONALD SWIFT
MICHAEL THOMAS CATHERINE TINKER
LAN CE TRICKEL
DAVID TRUMBO DICK VANDERHOFF STEVEN VANNONI.
RONALD TERRILL J EANNIN E VAN CUNDY MIKE VIERS
RICK WADDELL NADINE WAGNER
LINDA WAGGONER PAUL WALKER
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LINDA WEISS DEE ANN WESSMAN DEBORAH WESTON
KASSIE WICKWIRE RON WILLIAMS
KEITH WILEY MIKE WILLIAMSON.
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DANA WILSON LINDA WIN TERS JAMES WITCRAFT
SHARON WOLFF KATHLEEN YATES DOUG ZABEL
DENNIS WOODS RON YETMAR DOLORES ZUSPANN
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ACKERMAN, SUE. T K I, T 81 I
ACKERSON, JANICE. Pep Club,
Little Dodger, Spanish Club,
ACKERSON, PAT. Bowling.
ADAMS, ANTHONY. Band, Or-
chestra, B.B.C., Student Director
of Stage Band, Dixieland, Big
AHRENS, MICHAEL. Church
Youth Group, Worked at Mes-
ALEXANDER, CYNTHIA. Sans
Souci, Orchestra, Pep Club.
ALGOE, JEAN. Varsity and
Sophomore Cheerleader, A Cap-
pella, Student Council, Pep Club,
Sans Souci, Big Dodger, Home-
ALGOE, MIKE. Football, Basket-
ALLARD, COLLEEN. T 81 I-
T S: I Club. I
ALLEN, DAVE. Editor of Little
Dodger, A.F.S., Student Council,
Youth Forum, Boys' Booster Club,
Vice-President of Honor Society.
ALLEN, KENNY. T 81 I Club.
ALLEN, -THOMAS. Football Co-
Captain, Basketball, Student Coun-
cil, Lettermen's Club.
ANDERSEN, RONALD. Spanish
ANDERSEN, SUSAN. Pep Club,
Future Teachers' Club, Student
ANDERSON, ANITA. Youth Fo-
rum, Girls' Glee, Little Dodger,
National Honor Society.
ANDERSON, JEAN. Pep Club.
ANDERSON, MARY LOU. Little
ANDERSON, NANCY. T 81 I.
T 81 I Club. '
ANDERSON, PAMELA. Medical
ANDREWS, J IM.
ANHOLT, MAURICE. Youth Fo-
rum, A Cappella.
ARLANDSON, MIKE. Football,
ARNDT, DON. Played guitar.
ARNEY, LUANN. A.F.S. Club
President, Varsity Cheerleader,
Pep Club, Student Council, Span-
ish Club, Girls' Glee, Big Dodger.
AULT, RICHARD. Future Teach-
ers of America, Thespians.
AYALA, RICHARD. Played soft-
BAKER, JANE. Pep Club,
BAKER, KEN. Swam and Bowled.
BAKER, SANDRA. F.B.L.A.,
BARKERBCANDY: Rode horses.
BARTIK, SUE. Orchestra, Band,
A Cappella, Pep Club, A.F.S.,
French Club, Stage Band, All-State
BECHER, ROBERTA. F.T.A.
Vice-President, Latin Club, Pep
Club, A.F.S. Club, National Honor
Society, Intramurals, Big Dodger.
BEHRENS, LINDA. F.B.L.A., O.E.
BENNETT, SHARON. F.B.L.A.,
BENSON, DOUG. Part-time job,
Liked to work on cars.
BENSON, KEVIN. Liked to ride
horses, hunt and fish.
BERGVIG, CHYRL. Pep Club,
Band, Girls' Glee, F.B.L.A., In-
BITTNER, SHARLEEN. Pep Club.
BIXLER, GARY. Spanish Club,
BLAIR, VICKI. Big Dodger, Lit-
tle Dodger, A.F.S., Pep Club, In-
BLOCK, LINDA. Pep Club, Girls'
Glee, Medical Careers, Intramur-
BLOMBERG, RONALD. Little
BLOUDEK, ROBERT. Big Dodger
BLUNK, GLEN. Liked working on
cars, fishing, hunting, and trap-
BLUNK, LAURA. Worked as
BLUNT, DIANA. Supported
Dodger team at games.
BOCKOVEN, BRUCE. Track,
Cross-country, Boys' Booster Club.
BOGE, RANDY. Wrestling, Track.
BONNSTETTER, PAMELA. Sup-
ported the team at Dodger games.
BOYD, BETTY. F.B.L.A.
BRADWELL, MICHAEL. French
BRANDEL, LINDA. Supported
BRAYTON, KAREN. Enjoyed
sewing, Supported the teams.
BREHM, JOHN. Student Council,
BRETTHAUER, CHARLES. At-
tended the games.
BRINTON, KATHLEEN. A Cap-
pella, Marching Band, Orchestra,
Little Dodger, Concert Band,
Youth Forum, National Honor So-
ciety, Student Council, Sansf Souci,
Pep Club, All-State Chorus, Mad-
BROWN, GENE. Boys' Booster
Club, A.F.S., Wrestling.
BROWN, WILLIAM. Planned to
go to' trade school.
BUNDY, MARGENE. Worked in
office, Liked to bowl.
BURNQUIST, BLAINE. Youth
Forum, Debate Team, N.F.L.
BYRAM, CYNTHIA. Thespians
Secretary, Youth Forum, Sans
Souci, Big Dodger Editor.
CAHILL, SUE. A.F.S. Club.
CALKIN, DALE. Swimming,
CARLSON, GLORIA. A Cappella,
National Honor Society, Youth
Forum, A.F.S. Club.
CARR, ELAINE. Youth Forum,
CARSTENS, PAM. Youth Forum,
CARTEE, REG. Youth Forum,
Boys' Booster Club, Vice-President
CARTER, LARRY. Planned to go
to J.C. or enter the service.
CASOTTI, STEVEN. Student
Council, Boys' Booster Club,
CASS, RAMONA.. A.F.S. Club,
Youth Forum, Intramurals.
CASTAGNOLI, LARRY. Football,
Basketball, Golf, Baseball, Presi-
dent of Lettermen's Club.
CHALGREN, LARRY. Youth Fo-
rum, Tennis, Student Council.
CLABAUGH, GARY. Planned to
CLARKE, ALVIN. Basketball,
Cross Country, Youth Forum.
CLEVELAND, JERRY. F.B.L.A.
COBB, VICKI. Band, Pep Club,
Medical Careers, Latin Club,
A.F.S. Club, Youth Forum.
COLLINS, BILL. Little Dodger.
COLLMAN, PAT. Pep Club.
CONRAD, JAYNE. President of
F.B.L.A., Pep Club.
CONRAD, MICHAEL. D.E., Presi-
dent of D.E.C.A.
COOK, PATRICIA. Band, Pep
Club, A.F.S. Club, Medical Ca-
COOPER, KAY. Youth Forum,
A.F.S. Club, Pep Club, Student
CROUSE, CONNIE. Medical Ca-
reers, Pep Club, Intramurals,
Youth Forum, F.T.A.
CRUMMER, LARRY. Band, Or-
chestra, A.F.S., Pep Band, Little
Dodger, National Honor Society.
CUE, STEVEN. Vice-President of
Band, Orchestra, Pep Band, Stage
CULVER, DANIEL. Band, Orches-
tra, A Cappella, Dramatics, Honor
CURL, JANET. Pep Club, Little
DAHLQUIST, DEBORAH. Youth
Formn, A.F.S., A Cappella, Pep
DALLMAN, RANDY. Boys' Boost-
DANIEL, JOSEPH. Boys' Booster
DANNENBRING, CHERY. Band
Treasurer, Youth Forum, Student
Council, A.F.S. Club, Orchestra,
DAVIS, RANDY. Boys' Booster
DAVIS, SANDY. President of Of-
fice Education, Intramurals.
DELANOIT, MARIE. Pep Club,
DENCKLAU, DARREL. Member
Church Walther League.
DENCKLAU, DEAN. Member
Church Walther League.
DENCKLAU, DOUG. Member
Church Walther League.
Church Walther League.
DOWD, ANN. Pep Club, A.F.S.
Club, Medical Careers.
DREIER, KAREN. Marching
Band, Orchestra, A Cappella, Li-
brarian, Pep Band, Youth Forum,
A.F.S. Club, Medical Careers.
DUBOIS, CINDI. Pep Club,
DUNN, DEBORAH. Pep Club,
ECKART, HELEN. Medical Ca-
reers, Marching Band.
ELDREDGE, BILL. Church
League Basketball, Sophomore
ELLIS, VICKY. Medical Careers.
ELLSWORTH, BOB. Cross-coun-
try, Track, Vice-President Thes-
pians, A Cappella, Lettermen's
ELM, PAT. Pep Club.
ERICKSON, KATHY. Intramur-
als, Youth Forum.
ERICKSON, HARLAN. Enjoyed
Hunting and Fishing.
ESPELAND, BRIAN. Track,
Cross-country, Boys' Booster Club.
ETZEL, KAREN. Band, Co-op,
O.E. Club, F.B.L.A.
EWING, PEGGY. Pep Club,
F.B.L.A., Little Dodger.
FARRELL, JANINE. Pep Club,
Future Teachers' Club.
F ARRELL, PAT. Pep Club, Youth
FELLERS, BETTY. Thespians,
Pep Club, Worked in school of-
FERGUSON, JERRY. D.E.C.A.
FINK, ROGER. F .B.L.A.
FJETLAND, SUZANNE. Pep
Club, Future Teacher's Club, Lit-
FLOWERS, SHERRI. D.E.C.A.,
FOTIS, ANDREW. Student Body
President, Varsity Football, Stu-
dent Council, Boys' Booster Club.
FOUGHTY, CHARLES. Intramur-
als, Sophomore Football.
FREEMAN, WILLIAM. Boys'
FRITTS, LITA. Intramurals.
F ROH, J UDY. Intramurals,
GADBURY, DEE. Student Coun-
cil, Pep Club, Intramurals.
GADBURY, NEIL. Big Dodger,
Swimmer, Stage Band.
GALLOWAY, DENNIS. Attended
the Dodger games.
CARRETT, DALE. Boys' Booster
GASCHO, DONNA. Pep Club,
GIBSON, GARY. Orchestra, Band,
GOODRICH, BARBARA. Varsity
Cheerleader, Pep Club, Spanish
Club, Homecoming Attendant.
GRALL, DAVID. M.Y.F.
GRELL, GLENDA. F.B.L.A.
GRIBBLE, WILLIAM. Boys'
GRIFFIN, JACKLYN. A.F.S.
Club, Youth Forum, Future Teach-
ers of America.
GRIFFITH, PRESCOTT. Youth
Forum, Thespians, A.F.S. Club,
A Cappella, Boys' Booster Club.
GRITTON, VICKI. F.T.A., A.F.S.,
Spanish Club, Intramurals.
GROSS, PEGGY. Office Educa-
tion, Secretary of O.E. Club,
F.B.L.A., Pep Club.
GUDERIAN, LINDA. Worked at
HABHAB, KATHY. Pep Club,
A.F.S. Club, Future Teachers,
F.B.L.A., Student Council.
HAGER, DOUGLAS. Football,
Boys' Booster Club.
HANDY, LOWELL. Little Dodger,
HANSCH, JANET. Pep Club, Fu-
HANSON, RUTH. Future Teach-
ers, Spanish Club.
HASTY, SUSIE. A.F.S. Club, Pep
Club, President of Medical Ca-
reers Club, Student Council.
HATHAWAY, JEAN. Worked af-
HATHAWAY, JOAN. Worked af-
HEDEEN, SHARON. Youth F0-
HEISTAND, BRUCE. Football,
HERWIG, LINDA. F.B.L.A.
HEMMESTAD, VAUGHN. Part
time job, liked to work on cars.
HEPPERLE, DAVID. Attended
HEPPERLE, MARY. Worked after
HEPPERLE, ROBERT. Liked to
work on cars.
HEUN, PATRICIA. Youth Forum.
HEWETT, SHERILL. Band, Pep
Club, A.F.S. Club.
HEWITT, PAT. Pep Club.
HICKEY, RENEE. T sr 1, T sl 1
Club, Pep Club.
HIGGINS, CHARLES. Boys' Boos-
ter Club, A.F.S. Club, Youth Fo-
rum, A Cappella, Spanish Club.
HILL, DENNIS. Going into the
service, liked to work on cars.
HINTCH, VICKI. Enjoyed going
HIVELEY, KATHY. Little Dodg-
er, A Cappella, Youth Forum,
HOLMSTROM, MELODIE. Pep
HOOVER, LARRY. R
HOOVER, ROBERT. A.F.S. Club,
Boys' Booster Club, President of
Spanish Club, Student Council.
HORN, CYNTHIA. A.F.S. Club,
Medical Careers, Pep Club, Youth
Forum, Homecoming Court.
HORTON, EVELYN. D.E.C.A.
HOYMAN, KATHRYN. Youth Fo-
rum, Pep Club, Latin Club.
HOWICK, ALLAN. Debate, Youth
Forum, Little Dodger.
HUDSON, DAVID. Boys' Booster
JACKSON, JANICE. Future
Teachers, Sans Souci, Youth Fo-
rum, Pep Club.
J ACOBSON , LINDA. O.E.,
JACOX, JEFFREY. Swimming
AKOBITZ CAROLYN. Intra-
murals, Pep Club.
JAMIESON, BRIAN. Boys' Boos-
J ANSSEN, CLAUDIA.
JENKINS, JIM. Going into the
JENSEN, JOHN. Band, Enjoyed
JENSEN, NANCY. Youth Forum,
A.F.S. Club, Spanish Club.
J ESSEN , LARRY.
JERGENS, MELBA. Pep Club,
JEROME, JEFFREY. 4-H.
JOHNSON, CURTIS. Football,
Track, Boys' Booster Club, Cross-
JOHNSON, DENNIS. Boys' Boos-
JOHNSON, CHRIS. President of
Girl's Glee, Vice-President of Latin
Club, Treasurer of National Honor
Society, A.F.S. Club, Pep Club.
JOHNSON, KATHY. A.F.S. Club,
Little Dodger, Pep Club.
JOHNSON, KENT. Cross-country,
JONES, DENNIS.. Enjoyed going
to Dodger games.
JONES, MARILYN. President of
Pep Club, A Cappella, National
Honor Society, Latin Club, Big
JORDISON, ALLEN. Member of
4-H, Plans to attend College.
JORDISON, VICKI. Vice-Presi-
dent of F.B.L.A.
JOSEPHSON, PAM. Secretary of
Latin Club, Big Dodger, Little
Dodger, Medical Careers, Intra-
KEELER, SHEILA. D.E.C.A.
KEHM, DAVID. Football, Boys,
KEMP, BARRY. Thespians, Boys'
Booster Club, French Club.
KENNEDY, MARC. Football Co-
captain, Lettermen's Club, Golf,
KIRBY, TOM. Wrestling.
KIRST, PAUL. Boys' Booster
KLAUS, EVELYN. A.F.S. Club,
Band, A Cappella, Medical Ca-
KLEIN, SHERRY. T Sz I, T 81 I
KLOESS, CINDI. A.F.S. Club,
Pep Club, Youth Forum, Secretary
of Sans Souci.
F.T.A., Spanish Club, Pep Club.
KNUTSON, DEBBIE. Pep Club,
Sans Souci, Little Dodger.
KNUTSON, GARY. Youth Forum,
Boys' Booster Club.
KOLESAR, MARY ANN. A.F.S.
Club, Pep Club, F.B.L.A., Home-
KOPP, DOUGLAS. Orchestra,
Youth Forum, National Honor So-
ciety, A.F.S. Club.
KOUREY, GAIL. Pep Club.
KRAMER, LOUISE. Band, Orches-
tra, Student Council.
KREIMAN, LEORA. Pep Club,
LAIRD, TIMOTHY. Liked radios.
LANDES, NANCY. Secretary Stu-
dent Council, Vice-President of
Spanish Club, Treasurer of Pep
Club, Vice-President of Medical
Careers, A Cappella, A.F.S. Club,
National Honor Society, Secretary
of Junior Class.
LARSEN, JEANNE. Pep Club, In-
LARSON, THOMAS. Boys' Boos-
LEEGE, LARRY. A Cappella,
LEPLEY, ALAN. Little Dodger,
Boys' Booster Club, National Hon-
or Society, Youth Forum.
LICHT, JAMES. Football.
LINK, CAROL. F.B.L.A., Youth
Forum, A.F.S. Club.
LITTZEN, MICHAEL. Swimming,
Boys' Booster Club.
LIVASY, JOHN. Football, Wrest-
LOOTS, DENNIS. Youth Forum,
Boys' Booster Club.
LOWREY, SUSAN. Pep Club.
LYNN, CATHY. Medical Careers.
MACEK, CATHY. A.F.S. Club,
F.T.A., Pep Club, Sans Souci.
MACEK, LORI. Pep Club, A.F.S.
MAGOON, JAMES. Part-time job,
Boys' Booster Club.
MANDELLCO, NATALIE. Band.
MARTIN, JO ANN. F .B.L.A.,
Pep Club, A.F.S. Club, Orchestra.
MAYER, MARK. Track, Swim-
ming, Cross-country, Boys' Booster
Youth Forum, Boys' Booster Club,
MEIER, MARIAN. Intramurals,
MERICLE, MIKE. T Sz I Club.
MICHAEL, CAROL. F.B.L.A.,
Youth Forum, Secretary of Span-
ish Club, O.E. Club, Little Dodg-
er, Office Education.
MITCHELL, JULIE. Pep Club.
MITCHELL, MIKE. Wrestling,
Boys' Booster Club.
MONSON, KAY. Office Educa-
tion, Pep Club.
MOORE, DIANNE. A.F.S. Club,
Youth Forum, Pep Club, Band,
A Cappella, Student Council,
MOORE, JOHN. Worked after
MORRISON, MARVIN. Youth
MOSBRUCKER, GARY. Football,
Basketball, Track, Latin Club.
MOSES, MARSHA. Office Educa-
tion, O.E. Club.
MUELLER, TOM. Worked after
MURPHY, PAUL. Enjoyed going
to basketball games.
MURRAY, RICHARD. T 81 I.
MYERS, PAM. F.B.L.A.
MCBRIDE, EARL. Intramurals,
Enjoyed going to Dodger games.
McCLURE, RANDY. Intramurals.
F.B.L.A., Pep Club, Youth For-
um, Sans Souci, Intramurals.
MCGUIRE, MICHAEL. Football,
MCGUIRE, PATRICIA. Pep Club,
President of T Sz I.
McHENRY, SCOTT. Student
Council, Football, Wrestling.
McNEALEY, ELIZABETH. Pep
Club, A.F.S. Club, F.B.L.A.
NABER, NANCY. Pep Club,
NEIGHBORS, JIM. Wrestling.
NELSON, VYRON. Worked after
NELSON, VICKI. Secretary of
NICHOLS, RONALD. Member of
NICHOLLS, MICHELE. Youth
Forum, Future Teachers, A Cap-
NICKLESS, DAVID. Football,
NIETING, CYNTHIA. A Cappel-
la, Secretary of National Honor
Society, A.F.S. Club, Student
Council, Youth Forum, Intra-
NOTTGER, MIKE. D.E.C.A.
OLESON, ANN. Pep Club
F.B.L.A., Student Council, Girls:
OLMSTED, RUTH. Intramurals,
OLSON, LARRY. Basketball,
OLSON, JOY. D.E.C.A., F.B.L.A.
ORSLAND, SUZANNE. O.E.
Club, Secretary of F.B.L.A., A
OSBORN, NICKIE. Youth Forum,
F.T.A., Girls' Glee.
OSTERBERG, SUSAN. Band, Pep
Band, Orchestra, President of Fu-
ture Teachers, A.F.S. Club, Youth
Forum, Student Council, Intra-
OSTREM, KAREN. F.B.L.A.,
A.F.S. Club, Secretary of
D.E.C.A., Pep Club.
PAGE, STEVE. Wrestling.
PARKER, LOUISE. Sans Souci,
PATTERSON, MARILYN. Intra-
PATTERSON, SHARON. Sopho-
more and Varsity Cheerleader,
PAULSON, ALLEN. Wrestling,
PAVEK, JAMES. Boys' Booster
PEARSON, GEORGIA. Church
PEASE, KATHIE. A.F.S. Club,
Youth Forum, Intramurals.
PEPPLES, LEWIS. Basketball
and Football Manager.
PETERSON, JOYCE. Office Edu-
PETERSON, KAY. Treasurer of
O.E. Club, F.B.L.A.
PFAFF, LOU ANN. Little Dodg-
er, Pep Club, A.F.S. Club, A Cap-
pella, Youth Forum, Latin Club.
PHIPPS, BERYL. Little Dodger,
Student Council, Youth Forum,
Secretary-Treasurer of F.T.A.,
Uniform Chairman for Band, All-
State Quartet, A Cappella, Latin
Club, Pep Club.
PHILLIPS, KATHY. T 81 I,
PORTER, GINNIE. Pep Club,
Youth Forum, F.B.L.A.
PRESLEY, BRUCE. CroSs-coun-
try, Basketball, Track.
PRICE, MELINA. Latin Club.
PURKAPILE, JUDY. Pep Club,
T 81 I, T 'Sz I Club, Medical Ca-
RADFORD, CYNTHIA. Spanish
RAMSDEN, STEVE. Liked to
RANEY, MARILYN. National
Honor Society, A Cappella, Youth
Forum, Medical Careers.
REEL, RANDY. Worked.
RICE, SUSAN. Pep Club, T Sz I
RICHARDS, RICK. Plans to join
RICKE, JAMES. Worked on cars
and went fishing.
RINK, SHARON. Sans Souci,
A.F.S. Club, F.B.L.A., Girls' Glee,
Pep Club, Spanish Club.
ROBERTS, WILLIAM. Swim-
ming, Boys' Booster Club, T Sz I.
ROGDE, ELAINE. Pep Club,
Medical Careers, Girls' Glee.
ROGERS, MICHELE. Youth Fo-
rum, Medical Careers, Girls' Glee.
ROJAS, JAIME. A.F.S. Club,
Spanish Club, Student Council,
Boys' Booster Club.
ROWE, SALLY. Latin Club.
SABUS, DAVE. Liked to work on
SANFORD, DARLENE. A.F.S.
F.B.L.A., Youth Forum, Office
SCHALLER, GORDON. Student
Council, President of Boys, Booster
Club, Latin Club, A.F.S. Club,
Golf, Big Dodger, Lettermen's
Club, President of National Honor
SCHILL, GRACEANN. F.T.A.,
Little Dodger, A Cappella, A.F.S.
Club, Pep Club, Youth Forum.
SCHLESINGER, RUTH. Band,
Latin Club, A.F.S. Club, Pep Club,
Youth Forum, Future Teachers.
SECOR, SUZANNE. Spanish
Club, Youth Forum, Future
SEPTER, MICHAEL. D.E.C.A.
SESTAK, KATHY. D.E.C.A.
SHEKER, SANDI. D.E.C.A., Pep
SHEKER, WILLIAM. Football,
Baseball, Band, A Cappella, Boys'
Booster Club, Youth Forum.
SHERRATT, JUDY. Future
Teachers, Pep Club, A.F.S. Club.
SHIMKAT, DAVID. A Cappella,
SHULTZ, MARY. Pep Club,
Girl's Glee, Youth Forum.
SIEFER, RAY. Vice-President of
Student Body, Vice-President of
A Cappella, All-State Chorus,
Swimming, Secretary-Treasurer of
Boys' Booster Club, Youth Fo-
rum, A.F.S. Club, Thespians.
SIEKMANN, GRETCHEN. A.F.S.
Club, Sans Souci, Vice-President,
Student Council, A Cappella, Pep
SIMPSON, SUSAN. D.E.C.A.
SINCLAIR, SHIRLEY. Pep Club,
Spanish Club, Little Dodger.
SKOGMO, KRIS. Pep Club, Span-
SOULI, CHRYSANTHI. Foreign
Exchange Student, A.F.S. Club,
Youth Forum, Student Council,
SPILLMAN, DOUG. Wrestling.
SPITTAL, GERALD. Football,
Basketball, Track, Baseball, Letter-
e Eh . x
Lv Q . , Q. with
TRENT, DAVID. Track Manager.
TRICKEL, LANCE. Track Man-
WESTON, CLIFF. Student Coun-
cil, Thespians, Little Dodger
Youth Forum, Boys, Booster Club,
WESTON, DEBORAH. D.E.C.A.
S'PEEN,Cl?fIAI ff iff
S OHNLQI ILARDP
TRUMBO, DAVID. Treasurer of
District Student Council, A Cap-
WHARE , ELLA. Church Choir.
X C .X
pella, Boys' State Delegate, Stu-
WH ' ER, WAYNE. Wofkea.
dent Council. X QCKWIRE KASSIE
, . Office Ed-
O emwggn H, Sggent TYFR ., RONALD. st 1 A Imaam, O.E. Club, F.B.L.A.
I GEQJV VAQDERHOFF, DI . A WILEY, KEITH.T 811.
LSTRIN , SHIRLEY. Pa ic . "
STROMBERG RM I Wim, Sans Souci. N fftfWILLIAMSON, MIKE. Wrestling.
'mg' , VANN0 TEVE -l WILLIAMSON, KURT. Worked
STU F ERN, D . VIERS, IKE. F than, S - after school.
SWE T Rl ARD T aim g lin B nd, Orch ' WILS ,LINDA Youth F0-
Choi , S531 .S Cl - th O. VI AND, ES' runililj' Club, Little Dodger.
rum, A.F . Club, s' Boo ,J f'
Club, kLtt1l5D0d L fx 1 OG E. r f X f WILSON, DANA. D.E.C.A.
' NEY, D IIE . ilu. If V A Y, S ZQNNE. Pep Club, NGERSON, JOAN- Band, Of-
.fr , Intra u ls, S Boost r ITITIA. La ' ub. A Chestral
X, I. fi AD E RIC' ' Cot al WINTE , IN ike to go to
EWR 1' VII gint Islam ' D l Od NER I DA ub dam '
' , . e ,
Cfu BQ, rcegtr U QIISPEE 4 , .L'A.,O. lub. WISTHO ANDY. Boys' B005-
' ' ' 'N ter Cl , .F.S. Club, Youth Fo-
SW SH , WA N , A INE. dical Ca rum, anish Club.
' ' ' , Club F. . Club, Lat-
SWI ILIIKLD. otbals 11 ,Ream - K2 W CRAFT, ,JAMES-
Q A . ntra A Boys stef X! T sl
Boys, its e 3 Spanish b WI , LANA. F.B.L.A.
dent Council, ation nor Sp P ,
met K S S0 CP LF , SHARON. Varsity Cheer-
Y A Glrls Glee
TAOUE, LINDl ullw
THOMAS, MICHAEL., f n is
THOMPSON, CYNTHIA. P
pians, President of Youth Forum
A.F.S. Club, Pep Club, Intra-
murals, A Cappella, Little Dodger,
TOROERSON, JAMES. A Cappel-
1 R, .
El5.I - U
Youth Fo m ittle dgg, Stu- cl"WALL A JANE Y
- ,D ru 1 an i
wE irIS, Gle .
You um Pe ub. IT
EMA GER A appel
WELLS, MA A. e Club,
Youth Forum, S i l , I tia-
TINKER, CATHERINE. Thes- S N A ub, Y
, For I.
la, Band, All-State Quartet.
TREGENZA, THOMAS. Football,
WESSMAN, DEE ANN. Pep OI b
Spanish Club, Little Dodger,
ture Teachers, Student Council,
Girls' Glee. ,
eading, Secretary of Senior Class,
Homecoming Attendant, National
Honor ociety, Student Council,
W S, DENNIS. Football Man-
Boys' Booster Club, A.F.S.
C ub. 7
WO , FRANQLSQJ
ES, K T EEN. Pep Club,
uth Spanish Club.
ZUSPANN, DOLORES. Office Ed-
A Cappella ........ . . . 30,
AFS Club ........ . .
Audio Visual Club .... . . .
Big Dodger ...... . . .
Board of Education . . . . .
Bonfire ........... . . . 88,
Boys' Booster Club .... .....
Cheerleaders ..... . . . 46,
Christmas Concert .... . . .
Cross Country . . . . . .
Counselors . . . . . .
Debate . . . . . .
DECA ............ . . .
Director of Activities . . . . . .
Director of Athletics . . . . . .
Art .... . . ...... . . .
Business .......... . . .
Drivers, Education . . . . . .
9 English ........... .... 9
Foreign Language . . . . . .
Home Economics . . . . . .
Industrial Arts . . . . . .
Mathematics ....... . . .
Music ............. . . .
Physical Education .... ....
Social Science ..... . . . 12,
Speech ...... . . .
FBLA . . . ...... . . . .
Football . . . . . . 50, 51, 52,
French Club ..... ..........
Future Teachers .... . .
Girl's Clee .......
Girls' Intramurals . . .
Homecoming .... .
Homecoming Court . . .
Junior Homerooms ..
Latin Club .......
Lettermen's Club ....
Little Dodger . . .
Medical Careers . . .
Office Staff . . .
Orchestra . . .
Pep Club . . .
Senior Class Officers ..
Senior Directory . . .
Senior Portraits ....
Social Calendar ....
Spanish Club .... . .
Stage Band . . .
Student Council . . .
Trade and Industry . . .
Twerp Week .....
Vice-principal . . .
Wrestling . . .
Youth Forum . . .
89, 90, 91
. . . . 91
A PARTING THOUGHT
Each individual is a part of the student
body, so each person contributes a part
of himself to FDHS. There are brief mo-
ments of glory and defeat for some stu-
dents in sports, club activities, musical
and dramatic productions. All of us share
the reality of examinations and deadlines,
the semester grades, and the noontime cafe-
teria rush. The laughter of students echoing
through the halls or the quietness of classes
at work is heard. Then, to the sound of
bells, Dodgers move out of the rooms and
corridors, leaving the building empty. Thus,
the days fly by, and with them many
experiences. Dodgers will remember the
excitement of registration, the casual mo-
ments with friends, and the countless hours
of study both in and out of classes. To
each of us this school year means some-
thing different and will be reflected in
individual ways for various reasons. Every
page suggests different thoughts for each
of us. The 1967 Dodger presents the work,
the activities, and the people of Fort Dodge
Senior High School with the help of Taylor
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