Fort Dodge High School - Dodger Yearbook (Fort Dodge, IA)

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Second row: Dr. Douglas Lawson, Richard Fevold, Dr. Earl O. U gl Y if 9 4 . fi ., K f '- ,i .tx 17 2 4 I. Bonnie Henderson, School Nurse 2. Eldo Harder. Senior Boys' Counselor 3. Jean Morrissey, Junior Girls: Counselor 4. Edna Culbertson, Senior Girls' Counselor 5. Ed McNeil, Sophomore Counselor 6. Joe Rupp. Junior Boys' Counselor 7. Gail Hartman and Ruth Sponheim. Librarians 8. Office Staff: Left to right: Earlita Kahler, Principal's Secretary, Sheryl Fortune, Attendance Clerk, Patricia Lenz. Counselors' Secretary, Deb- bie lverson, Office Clerk. Clif. 7 I 1 1. Sue Dykstra-Cur. Lit. Psych. 2. Roger Snell-Spanish 3. Lucille Gibb-Eng. Lit. Novel 4. Kaye Brown-Soph English 5, Alan Borszich-Perspectives 6, Eleanor Hartigan- Psychology 7. Gail Nioeswanger-Drama 1 'c. 4...-. l 2 3 8. Beverly Walker-French 9. Carol McCrae-Soph Eng. 10. Margaretha Hagemann- German 11. Glenda Gates-Soph Eng. 12. Dennis Den-Hartog- English 13. Dorothy Carlson-Reading Imp. 14. Calvin Kolling-Soph. Eng. 15. Angela Ryan-Adv. Comp. 16. Stanley Cupp-English 17. Anthony Lennon-Latin 18. Paraprofessionals-Jon Lieske, Mary Shanks, Elaine Allen, Rose Kinsinger 19. Cathryn Winter-Reading Imp. 5 r 1. x. llll' 8 'S+-3' 6 In- lf AA A ..- 1, . li 9 17' .mfw i .aah ll I2 'Pa 4 I5 I6 I7 its. Qs. 5 1 I8 I9 TW 'R A ww Ax f Q-QP' 5 6 2 in Roland Anderson-Math Don Cook-Math Wayne Kallestad-Geometry Tom Schlarbaum-Biology Larry Lee-Elem. Analysis Phil Reed-Algebra John Atkins-General Math Win Raker-Biology Stan Kruse-Biology William George-Geometry l7 I8 'Ks m kai I ..... f ?f M , 5 1 2 3 a 6 8 1 ! A -Ls , ,,.'. 1 if, -K A 'V 'F X , fi . V K fx N .,,. ,.......-ff-" W xxx 9 ll I0 12 'bw . 'LX I A. fi I3 K'-.177 2l 22 I6 I9 Marcia Wall-Phys. Ed. Phil Linney-Gen. Bus. Lloyd Patterson-C0-op Fred Moss-Business Educ. Joan Harden-Office Educ. Dave Cox. J.H. Nitzke-Gym Dennis Sawyer-Metal Shop Bill Reynolds-Typing Judy Payne-Shorthand Marvin Berg-Electronics Ken Johnson-Printing I4 l7 20 . Phil Hansen-Drafting Glen Yenger-A ulo Mech. . Bill Lehmkuhl-History Maynerd Rossow-Typing Leo Paine-Mechanics Jackie Wilde-Phys. Ed. Eloise Halm-Art . Robert Monteith-Wood . Jerry Korzendorfer-Shop Rodney Cook-Wood-Metal Louise Egan-Clay Hughes Retires After 35 years at FDSH, Howard Hughes is retiring. He started his teaching career in Hampton, Iowa in 1927. He remained in Hampton 10 years before coming to Fort Dodge. Among his hobbies and future plans are traveling and golfing. Mr. Hughes taught American History. Also during his teaching career, Mr. Hughes was Director of Activities, which involved the scheduling of music con- certs, dances, parties, club meetings, etc. Rochelle Rentschler-English I 4 .1 Lisle Townsend-History 1 3 , , :Z It at ii! A .az X X 9 '! . AN S yn 1. zwfi' . 1-rf. fa,jf4f,:e:::,cg4,5. - fl? ,sq ft ,Q-:fZ39Q?753Y'1 -TQ' ,5 - iff.gg,,y-ww.: eff' f:?1.rzs32:,. - 5- .,- .-.1 1 15 . 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The number of members was greatly reduced with four seniors, three juniors, three sophomores and I0 faculty members. Sub-committees for cultural and social activities left members free to work on other projects. Another major accomplishment of the Dodger Senate was the changing of the Constitution. Senate , Constitution Members of the Dodger Senate debate a topic concerning the new constitution during a recent meeting fopposite page, top picturey. Members of the hard working social committee are J. Wallukati, V. Thiele, M. Kersten, L. Koenig, and W. Haack flower rightj. Dodger Senate members are: W. Lynch, W. Raker, W. Lehmkuhl, D. Carlson, T. Allen, D. Cook, J. Holtorf, J. Fallon, S. Thomas, L. Sears, M. Kersten, J. Black, P. Linney, R. Peltz, E. Culbertson, D. Hewett, and R. Hagemann Cbottom center picturej. Of- ficers ofthe Dodger Senate are: John Holtorf, President, Laurie Sears, Secretary, and Jeff Fallon, Vice- President Crightj. Members of the Cultural Committee are: L. Tuttle, H. Hamilton, J. Bice, T. Allen, and K. Fuller fbottom right picturej. iw 1 V .ll '-Q. l I N 1 r 4+ iiit J ' V9 5 . Y .fg i ll A arae . I 4 M DECA and VICA Combine School With Work Vocational Industrial Clubs of America QVICAJ and Distributive Education Clubs of America LDECAJ, are programs designed for high school students to learn and prepare for the world of work. Sponsors of these clubs were Mr. Lloyd Patterson and Mr. Fred Moss, respectively. VICA Girls: First row: Rosalie Osborne, Diane Nelson, Renee Leadley, Jenny Smith, and Deborah Burton. Second row: FloAnn Isaacson, Kathryn Fuller, Jane Pease, Deborah Burke, Carol Young, Kathleen Carse fabove leftj. VICA Boys-First row: Roger Link, Gary Miller, Michael Hamrick, Terry Semprini, David Shelby, William Hogan, and Ronald Vance. Se- cond row: James Harvey, Lynn Rusher, Randy Archer, Tom Knutson, Joe Walker, Allen Bass, Mark Klein, Randy Wingert, John Meils, Donald Halligan. Third row: Jeff Fox, Bill McAnally, Thomas Redenius, Greg Hansen, Steve Boomgarden, Tim Anderson, Dee Kopp, Dean Lee, and Jerry McDonnell COp- posite lefty. Students in DECA are Jaci Larson, Kim Richards, and Joyce Jor- dison. Second row: Bret Charon, Matt Klein, Jean Harvey, Sue Baird, and Mr. Moss. Third row: John Koestner, Rick Heidick, Ron Paine, Keith Schramm, Norm Everhard, Chuck Degner and Lynn Schultz fbottom rightj. Matt Klein works hard during a DECA class fbot- tom leftj. 1 Y , .up- J++-W-1-.77 it Office Education is a cooperative vocational program which required on- the-job training. The girls who par- ticipated in this program learned basic office procedures in class and applied them in office situations. The club ad- visor was Miss .Ioan Harden, Audio-Visual Club is an active organization. The purpose of the A.V. club was to help the faculty in any way they could with audio-visual equipment. Members set up film projectors, tape recorders, and recently the television equipment. Members of the OE club are Debbie Murray, Susan Curl, Scarlet Rogers, Wendy West, Geneva Dungy, and Pam Grove. The second row includes Miss Heard - Student Teacher, Paula Niemier, Linda Peterson, Peggy Holloway, Karla Burch, Kathy Nekvin- da, Lynn Mernka, Peggy Rice, Karen Burch, and Miss Harden coordinator Qabove lefty. Scarlett Rogers practices her secretarial skills during the OE class period Cabove rightj. Members of the AV Club are Mr. Berg, Coordinator, Rick Wisthoff, Tom Scott, Lyle Hitchcock, Steve Gold, and Bruce McCormack fcenter picturel. 5.1 e.e. 1- , .1 E ll lg sg ni Cl OE and AV Devote Much Time and Effort it 5 . F.T.A. Visits Area Schools Future Teachers were active this year helping prospective teachers decide whether or not teaching was really the profession for them. In November the club members visited Iowa Central Community College. ln March the junior and senior members were assigned to elementary schools to observe and help teach. This way the members could decide if they could get along with small children. A spring picnic and initiation completed the year's ac- tivities. Lucile Gibb and Mary Ann Pederson were the advisors of F.T.A. Officers of F.T.A. are: President, Marianne Woods, Historian, Deane Hutchinson, Secretary-Treasurer, Melisa McClure, and Vice-President, Joy Wiegman tabove leftj. Miss Writell tells the club about student teaching tabove rightj. Members ofthe club listen to the plans concerning Prospective Teacher's Day topposite rightj. W? 5 1 An active and informed club about medicine this year was the Medical Careers Club. Mrs. Bonita Proeschold was the advisor, while the Medical Aux- iliary sponsored it. The activities ofthe club started with a chili supper initiation. Other important programs of the club included a Christ- mas program for underprivileged children, a tour of the hospital, and several guest speakers. Members of the club try to decide what to do for initiation this year fopposite rightj. Linda Nelson and Becky Robin- son decide that initiation isn't all that bad Cbottom rightj. A .. A' X 1, 5 . .ff x Medical Careers Keeps Informed About Medicine Officers of the club are Tammy Ayers, Denise Crammer, and Rosemarie Klingston. 7'f""f'v V .VX i mam I A Waxman!! f 4 Pep Club Pep Club retained its great membership once again this year. Spirit and enthusiasm ran high as the girls made posters, baked cookies for the athletes, and cheered at every home game. For the first time, Pep Club made the Queen's Float at Homecoming for the Queen and her court. Pep Club was supported by the Pep Band and loyal members. Long hours ofhard work were donated by almost every member to make this year's organization the most successful of all. Elected officers were Vice Pres., Tina Allen, Treasurer, Marianne Woods, :- '37 S. Q! Is Active President, Joy Wiegman, and Secretary, Joan Hanson 1Opposite, upper leftj. Joy Wiegman and Mary Lou Beisser discuss plans for the Queen's float Lopposite, centerj. Pep Council members were: First row: Sharon Bartik, Peg Dischler, Cindy Crawford, Joan Hanson and Silvia Graef. Second row: Marsha Beers, Kay Underberg, Mary Jo Bock, and Maranne Woods. Third row: Deb Woodard, Joy Weigman, Tina Allen, Kim Drollinger and Sue Johnson fopposite, bottomj. Connie Anderson gave hours of work to the float Qabove centerj. '-K H Y" .r , sz.. Language Clubs vi Q . NW A Q , . Q ... V' ,e ' tg 5 . 41l,?1'7T". 'XX .X 525 ' fix M. M. 9. uf Eli 5 1' 1 o x l at i . 52" Q 're 1 1 f fe' ,Ui The four language clubs have united to work together on many projects this year. They all joined forces to create the award winning float at homecoming. The float, entitled "Eat 'Em Up", took many nights of hard work and fun. They also put on the International Dinner in March. Each club brought foods typical of the country they represented. Then a 10 minute skit was presented by each club. Besides working together each club has accomplished many projects in their own time. An annual Christ- mas party was sponsored by each language as well as a picnic at the end of the year to initiate new members. By working together and alone at the same time the clubs are trying to symbolize an idea of international harmony among nations and peoples. Work Together . WW award,-4' ff!! wwf' L r W' ,F . , .g, J , l Ns Q ""-1 Officers of the French club are Laurie Sears, Mary Jo Bock, Tami Tripp, and Tim DuBois fopposite page, top picturej. The Latin officers are Melanie Mason, Kathy Mosbrucker and Roland Melton Qopposite page, bottom picturej. The center picture is the float created by all of the language clubs together. The officers of Espanol are Lora Handy, Deanna Belletti, Silvia Graef, and Tammy Ayers Qtop picturej. The German Club of- ficers are Ron Lewis, Sue Crane, Carol Hoppman, and Scott Anderson fbottom picturej. f-'Qs 465+ 'QF N.H.S. Strives To Be Active National Honor Society participated in many activities this year. They included a hike at Dolliver Park and a dinner at Ramada Inn before attending the play "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Meetings were attempted to be held twice a month. The officers for the club were: President, Rob Warner, Vice-President, Krista Fuller, Secretary, Tina Allen, and Treasurer, Deb Woodard QleftJ. Mr. Phillips, a special speaker from England attempts to explain the differences between England and the U.S. to the club fbottom leftj. Various members try to decide what should be done on the next meeting Qbottom rightl. X- ,., fx ,wil ,lx Debaters Have A Busy Year One of the busiest organization was Debate. After spending many weeks researching the topic, the debaters traveled on various debate trips. In debate there are three different levels. They are and third year, and novice. they partake are radio extemporaneous speaking the new leadership of Mr: varsity cross-examination, second Among the various areas in which speaking, original oratory, and The Dodger debaters were under Kolling. C. T. Newsum prepares his response to his opponent's statements Qleftj. Members of the debate team practice with each other before attending a debate meet fbottom lefty. Mr. Kolling is caught off guard during a debate meeting fbottom rightj. 13 Youth Forum attempted to regain its footing after a slow start this year. A change in advisors caused a delay in meetings, but many interesting programs were presented. Among the most notable were Valarie Grimsley's presentations of her past experiences while working at Woodward Mental Institute, and ajoint meeting of Youth Forum, NHS, and FTA for a slide presentation, and com- mentary on life in England by visiting English Professor, Andrew Phillips. Youth Forum was sponsored by Mr. Lisle Townsend and Mr. Robert Hagemann. Officers for Youth Forum are Cindy Crawford, Maryellen Hockel, Karla Presler, and Debra Hoskins tleftj. Members of Youth Forum listen to Mr. Phillips tell about England Qcenter picturej. Mrs. Peterson helps Mr. Phillips set up the projector for slides during the joint meeting Qbottom picturej. .f'f'H is ,,- . Youth Forum n Gains a New Sponsor J r. Civitan Helps The Community And A New Chess Club Is Formed 'rail l -'ll' T i..... 1-+ C The Junior Civitan Club, advised by Mr. William Lehmkuhl and sponsored by the Fort Dodge Senior Civitans, highlighted their third year of existence with several service projects. The selling of Halloween ghost policies, with the proceeds going to the Free Breadfast Fund of the Urban Ministry, was one such project. Goals for next year include increasing membership, and several new service projects. The Fort Dodge Senior High Chess Club met for the first time this year. Inspired by the upsurge in popularity of the game in America, the club was organized under the direction of Presid- ent, Kevin Strauss. Brad Hart was elected Vice-president and Jeff Hepburn was named games-organizer. Membership is open to both students and faculty. This year's members include: First row: Mark Sorensen, Dan Holm, Brad Hart, and Jeff Hepburn. Second row: John Koerner, Randy Honalow, Bill Habbab, Kevin Strauss, Monty Kersten, Lloyd Gayman, William Lehmkuhl, and Ron Anderson Qtop rightj. J- as , s A-.1 3 5 fe fffiflffii Q!" Key Club Sponsors TVVIRP J is-qqpa 'Si Key Club functioned this year much the same as in years before, with Mr. Jacobson overseeing the activities. Seth Thomas, Dick Robson, Tom Johnson and Dick Williams were officers fupper left, Dick Williams not shownj. Mr. Jacobson presides over a meeting with great enthusiasm fupper rightj. Randy Kiliper and Jeff Carlson share jokes with Dick Williams and Robin Crouse flower lefty. Seth Thomas has the makings ofa great officer as he demonstrates his speaking ability flower rightj. GRA is the newest organization at FDSH. lt was formed by the girls most interested in sports. Mrs. Jackie Wilde was the courageous sponsor. Officers were Deb Beverlin, Diane Howard, Ann Hudson, and Julie Jacobson fupper lefty. Gwenda Louis offers suggestions to Mrs. Wilde during a meeting Qupper rightj. Karen Peterson enjoys the meetings, which lends to her regular attendance flower lefty. Deb Beverlin looks over the shoulder of Diane Howard fbottom rightj. A f 1: N , wif "rims J Girls Recreation Association Is Formed I . 'X M g A ? 0 tiglfl A an tys e -1-wwf-Me 1' 3. it--.,,..'. !,,"" . 'N The l972 yearbook would never have come into existence if not for the vast amount of time and energy donated by Mr. Bill Reynolds, the new sponsor. The staff members he gave aid to were Sharon Bartik, Deb Hoskins, Jim Mosbrucker, Joy Peters, Sherry Isaac- son, and Peg Dischler Cstanding on bridgej. Seated are Tom Narigon, Jenny Skogmo, and LuAnn Ackerman. Standing around the table, as they struggle to meet deadlines, are Krista Fuller, Marianne Woods, Laurie Sears, Melissa McClure, Mike Mulder, and Jane Maiwurm CBottomJ. Typing out last minute copy for the yearbook is Sherry Isaacson, Editor of Big Dodger this year fbottom leftj. Big Dodger Struggles with Deadlines -ff X- """ X.: The Little Dodger converted to a new type of printing for the paper for the paper this year. It is offset type. By using this type of printing the entire paper can be printed at the school. The typing classes type the articles and the printing classes publish the paper. B. Olson, C. Crawford, E. Noyes, K. Strauss, decide what should be included in this month's paper Copposite rightj. Rick Brown, Editor of Little Dodger, checks the latest issue for changes fbot- tom rightj. Dean Blobaum glances at another high school's paper tbottom leftj. ii' Qftfirflf-Ly Little Dodger Goes Offset Publication Staff Does Last Minute Work Many last minute pictures were taken, developed, or just used by both the Little Dodger and the Big Dodger Staffs in order to turn out the best possible paper and yearbook. Tom Narigon, the only three year member ofboth Big and Little Dodger, always finds time to relax and pose for the camera Qtopj. Jim Mosbrucker develops the latest prints fcenterj. Joy Wiegman and Victoria Thiele decide which picture to use in the faculty section ofthe yearbook fbottomj. 4' A, -... t Q A 'ifmilfg-figs? 5' M , - 1 .,. - - The Girls Glee Club under the direc- tion of Mr. Larry Mitchell had a very active year. They performed for the annual Christmas Concert, formed the basis of all committees for the musical, and sang for the surrounding elementary schools during the spring. The Sophomore Select auditioned for their positions in the fall of the year. They also performed during the Christ- mas Concert. The Sophomore Select made its annual trip to sing before the ninth grade choirs at both North and South Junior High. Members of the Girls Glee are: G. Crouch, T. Graves, S. Becker, S. Hanes, N. Davidson, C. Anderson, D. Jensen, and L. Jurgens. Row two: J. Kolsar, N. Peterson, J. Lunn, L. Christopher, L. Eckland, M. Hockel, and P. Hoffman. Row three: L. Becker, J. Spencer, B. Linder, J. Pogge, P. Rathermel, N. Scharfenberg, A. Anholt, and R. Klingson. Row four: M. Hovey, L. Quealy, L. Osterberg, J. Wallukait, C. Green, N. Perkins, P. Dischler, and B. Maas fleftj. Sophomore Select members are J. Thorson, K. Underberg, T. Danner, G. Love, L. Zehr, S. Kielhorn. Second row: S. Stiles, S. Davis, R. Vandermaten, T. Boone, E. Johnson, M. Beers, K. Dalvey, K. Boomgarten. Third row: T. Jones, D. Dickinson, J. Underbrink, G. Maiden, D. Pingel, B. Cook, M. Hilken, J. Moen, K. VanEvery, and J. Moore fCenter Pic- turej. Members ofthe Sophomore chorus practice hard before an upcoming concert fBottom Picturel. Glee Club Performs For Area Schools 4? An organization that involved many students who devoted much time and effort was the A'Capella Choir. A'Cappella consisted ofjunior and senior members who auditioned the previous year. The 64 member choir participated in many activities throughout the year including: the annual Christmas concert, Music Theatre Day at UNI, All-State Music Festival in Des Moines, and the Winter Choral Concert. The choir rounded out its year with the musical "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever". The excellent conductor ofthe choir is Mr. Larry Mitchel. Students Rejoice Through Music Members ofthe Choir: First row: T. Koester, J. Rice, J. Swanstrom, M. Beisser, D. Hutchison, C. Swanson, N. Hearn, M. Maiden, P. Ellsworth, K. Shaffer, J. Hanson, J. Wiegman, J. Peters, J. Carlson, and S. Johnson. Se- cond row: M. Giles, L. Fogde, P. Lunn, G. Wing, D. Paulin, K. McDermott, J. Johnson, S. Bartick, C. Scott, S. Issac- son, K. Drollinger, R. Williams, J. Berge, R. Hiveley, L. Tuttle, J. Amo, M. Rosales, L. Nelson, and D. Van Gundy. Third row: P. Keigley, S. Dannenbring, L. Michehl, C. Butrick, R. Jones, S. Smith, J. Borwey, L. Jordison, G. McClurg, S. Woodman, D. Brown, R. Licht, A. Saboe, and K. Fuller. Fourth row: D. Woodard, T. DuBois, L. Osborne, J. Hilken, M. Thompson, J. Burke, D. Behrens, B. Schubring, D. Short, N. Duffy, J. Carlson, S. Thomas, and B. Larson. Officers of the choir are: President, Greg McClurg, Secretary-Treasurer, Dave Behrens, and Vice-President, Scott Dannenbring fopposite leftj. Mr. Mitchel sings along as he directs the choir top- posite rightj. Becky Larson is the fine accompanist for the A'Capella fabove leftj. Members ofthe choir working hard before the Winter Choral Concert fabove rightj. M ...J , wi I ii' Members of the Senior Madrigal: Greg McClurg, Nancy Hearn, Larry Jordison, Joy Weigman, and Joe Burke. Third row: Donna Paulin, Mark Michehl, and Julie Windler. Second row: John Hilden, Michele Maiden, Larry Tl10mPSOH- ROSHHCHC WilliHH1S. and Dave BChrCl1S. Small Groups Perform for Many Organizations Members of the Junior Chamber Choir: S. Johnson, J. Carlson. C. Swanson, and S. Barlik. Third row: S. Dannenbring, S. Smith, N. Duffy, C. Bulrick, R. G. Wing, J. Peterson, J. Johnson, and J. Rice. Second row: M. Beisser, P. Jones, and A. Saboe. Fourth row: J. Borway, R. Licht, S. Thomas, L. Ellsworth, P. Keigley, R. Hiveley, C. Scott. L. Fogde, M. Rosales, J. Amo. Osborne, and D. Brown. -ll E... JS . 3a Marching Band Performs at UNI . ,L N . Ks, ft...,iz G :X M5 mill Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. Keith Altemier. performed the half time show for home football games. They also traveled to Cedar Falls to play during the UNI College game. The band plans to take a trip to Rapid City, South Dakota, during the summer for the large band festival held there. The Dodgerettes, a team of 18 pompon girls, accompanied the Marching Band during half time activities. Their sponsor was Jackie Wilde. The band forms a gigantic FD during a halftime show ftop picturel. Members of the Dodgerettes are: First row: Lisa Jurgens, Karen Manos, Pam Danner. Joy Peters, Deanna Belletti, and Marianne Woods. Second row: Luann Ackerman, Denise Cramer, Peggy Ep- pings, Julie Amo, Jennie Skogmo, and Kathy Rusk. Fourth row: Kim Shaffer, Deb Woodard, Rosanette Williams, Carol Hoppman, Donna Paulin and Julie Windler fCenter Picturej. Terry Koester leads the band down Central Avenue during homecoming festivities fbottom picturej. N Members ofthe Concert Band: First row: S. Marqueson. D. Hart, P, Johnson, B. Eckart. D. Hergretinger. D. Peterson. C. Kersten. and M. Giles. Second row: J. Krivolavy. G, Lombard, J. Hovey, A. Porter. N. Tomlinson. P. Martin, G. Bonnstetter, J. Hurd, L. Lynch, K. McDermott, J. Hendricks. C. Wieberg. and G. Crouch. Third row: S. Hanson, D, Deloint, D. Hergenreter, C. Butrick. G, Jacobson. K, Thomas, N. Golden, N. Horny, M. Garatoni. T. Graves, S. Oleson, M. McLoughlin, G. Bentley. W. Gadmonson, R. Vratney, M. White. and J. McKim. Fourth row: K. Becker. P. Parks, J. Johnson. K, Peterson. M. Anderson. B. Habhab, G. Tiffany. D, Den-Hartog. T, Jones. C. Magruder, K. Becker. D. Hanson. G. Beecher. D. Mandelko. R. Jacobson, D. Shelton. C. Rogers, B. Cook. and S. Fortune. J azz Lab Performs Perspectives Mr. Grothe directs the Jazz Lab during one of their many hard practices. The Jazz Lab under the direction of Mr. John Grothe received second at the Jazz Lab Festival at UNI. They gave another great performance at Perspectives this year with Rich Matteson as their guest soloist. The Concert band also under the direction of Mr. John Grothe meets three times a week to practice for upcoming performances. Greg McClurg aims for the sky as he practices his solo for Perspectives, .1 1 1-Q: -' pu.: ' . 7. . :sr - 1. . ' K . . . 3 b,.11w11., l..v"l..if,5 . f-- R' 'J ' ' X . 1.5. 1.: if fs at l , 1 V ' I J ' iili . ., 3 . l I. I 6 A Q 1? ' J 1 Q M, , L . 5 g K X li g ,fig --' ?i5?f..A4 1. 'ERS ' kW.- ssl . Q T .... - ' ' 'Lf ' . ws N " -' l-.. . i f J .-fix 1- , -1 7' f - ' fab-ref . all . ...F-2.1 M .- "jg r JY! wg, 'S l X"9'f'?3, -, ig it at ",, , gf, - . v . V. ,f . w - V. H. J ' , - aa A X- -l - , V1 . 2 : - .. I X. Q T T . . yf fb ...... N if 1 X it 'T' M f' J .KE fi . . , Q, , T . ee if is E S V ef S ' it as K A - ii R Mr, Keith Altemier is the excellent conductor ofthe Fort Dodge High School Symphonic Band. The band performs in a winter concert, Tri City l-iestival and Springtasia. Members ofthe band are: First row: C. Heckman. B, Rusnick. S. Bartick, D. Rhodes, D, Hutchison. S. Graef J. Collins, T. Allen. T, Koester. S. Dannenbring. D. Kozel. and J. Callicott. Second row: M. Mittelstadt. K. Everhart. K. Mathey. L. Michehl, P. Danner, D. Pingle, L. Inman, R. Klingston, P, Bangart. K, Ogren. M. Fox. D. Short. S, Smith. K. Underberg. A, Kersten. P. Johnson. D. Keyser. and L. Leege. Third row: S. Crane. K. Mosbrucker, P. Dischler, J. Stiles, J, Phillips, E. Pill, D. Link, R. Banwell, M. Cox. J. Underbrink. A, Hayek. B. Schubring, D. Siekman, G. McClurg, S, Maiwurm, S. Pitman. D, Ditzenberger. C. Knight, J. Hulett, T. Narigon, J. Marsh. T, Coleman, and M. Oleson. Fourth row: M. Pettit, M. Kersten, J. Nordstrom. L, Tuttle, J. Peters. J. Rapp, J. Kudron. R. Jones. F. Carlson. K. Oleson. T. Cox. B. Wilson, D. Zimmerman, D, Ashenfelter, S. Barbour. G. Hemrick. R. Newman. K. Philpson. G. Meiners, and J. Slagle. Band Gives Winter Concert Officers ofthe band are Tom Narigon. Diane Hutchison, Larry Michehl, Greg McClurg, Silvia Graef. and Bruce Rusn ick. ini V Mr, Altemier works hard as he directs the band for their upcoming concert. i 'll va .Y l iq, t . a 245 ,, ,, :g',,:..:,.g- lv E 5!i'E',ii?..13iz F .sf 'T' - F 5 The Fort Dodge Orchestra gave many fine concerts this year. They were under the direction of Mr. James Huffman. Officers of the orchestra are Joan Johnson, Jan Slagle, and Randy Newman Ctop right picturej. Members ofthe orchestra practice hard for their Winter Concert ftop left picturel. The members ofthe orchestra are N. Hearn, D. Peterson, L. Steinhoff, L. Koenig, P. Keigly, K. Drollinger, P. Danner, and D. Brown. Second row: B. Dean, J. Johnson, M. Marchant, J. Grady, J. Thorson, D. Kozel, J. Callicut, J. Collins, B. Rusnick, S. Bartick, S. Graef, B. Dean, and S. Johnson. Third row: B. Bowen, W. Haack, L. Clark, D. Oleson, M. Fox, D. Short, B. Schubring, J. Rapp, R. Jones, D. Ashonfelter, R. Newman, S. Barbour, G. Lombard, G. Mieners, and T. Narigon. Fourth row: M. Pettit, and J. Nordstrum. Orchestra Plays for Springtasias "A""x lfl ll ...av W, 5 Thespians Win State Honors The Thespians fulfilled a busy year in 1972. Their first successful play was titled "Seventeenth Summer." Joy Wiegman played the lead role of Angie with Mike Shoopman as her boy friend. The next successful venture was state contest. The play entitled "The Valiant" received a number one rating with Mike Shoopman receiving a Promising Actor award. The last play produced was the annual Children's Play. This year "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was chosen as the show. The cast of "The Valiant" pose for a picture after a hard rehearsal ftop lefty. Janet Silke tells Joan Hanson not to worry during the play "Seventeenth Summer" Qtop rightj. The entire cast of "Seventeenth Summer" pose for a picture after agreat performance fbottomj. .J-A. 4 q ,l View ff :ii M. a... i l S000 5 1 . Q I s. " U - . ff' gl' Ai A M L, ,Q 5. 41" v W t ,,, uf ,Q 4, ta t is Q -k Wy VH ,Q 355' JJ' L 4 ...IV I kk., i 4. We've crossed many bridges now, with many more in our futures. We look back on laughter and tears and forward to fi4Uillment and disappointment. In these days past, we remember living the days of. . . tudent Li fe Facesg Old and New A 4 I "xp l -MMR llikl MQ, K s :xr-n 7 vga 4, 15 -9. r , M t fl' ' -riifaft' in 3 fi ,J ,Um J 1 d'f -i - all v4 7 .Q- -r I 4X,L! R '- J A !fg"9'ln i' f -,Q New faces appeared this year and old faces remained, Carolyn Lofquist and Maria de Fatima de CruzVierra quickly run over the geography ofBrazil. ftop centerj Al Truax breaks into the Pep Club piggy bank for the United Fund Drive. lBottom leftj Lisa Zehr and Sandy Olesen improve their technique while striving for their black belts. , ..-., Twirp 1972 T.W.l,R.P. Week presented the most exciting day His escort was Marianne Woods. a devoted and ol' his life for the T.W.l.R.P. King. Gary Ioyalsubjecttbottomleft5Joan Hanson and Bruce Torgerson, He enjoyed the company of the West skipped merrily through the ceremony. Ctop beautiful serfs Joy Weigman and Allyson Truax Lefty during the coronation. Qtop rightl .Xt t QE-vm. . ., 6 , nv- , . I Michele Higgins and Becky Robinson took advantage of T.W.l.R,P. Week to show that Women's Liberation has surely made its mark on life at F.D.S.H. l 49 KR ffl ,.. was .f 1 The lucky girls nominated for Homecoming were Deanna Beletti, Donna Paulin. Nancy Johnson, Deb Schnell. Kathy Rusk, Sally Gibson and Allyson Truax. ttopj Deanna Beletli was elected Queen and her proud escort was Mike Magnusson. tmiddle leftj The annual dance was held in the senior high cafeteria with The Westminst'r providing the music. tmiddle rightl .xx X e 515 ' 1 t -H? 2 of 4, t , if , M , "l, 'V K I 'Q 1 l x E :xi Q' N f . I T? J K W IK 5' 5 1 4 . Q l 'ziifw xi i f... P ' V, 1' " ffm, K ' 1 i 4 B I if Y 'pg' The Homecoming Queen candidates accompanied ' 5 fi the Queen on the traditional ride in the parade on ' Q ' i x the new Queen's Float made by the Pep Club. in I A E - honor of the girls, Deanna Beletti was crowned by John Hollorf in the afternoon Coronation to thejoy of her supporters and friends. Homecoming 19 1 Novem ber Charity Game, End of First Term All School Dance Play "Seventeenth Summer Winter Orchestra Concert First Swimming and Wrestling Meet Thanksgiving First Basketball Game All State Music Festival December Forensic Conference Christmas Concert Christmas Vacation Begins Christmas Dance January School Resumes End of Second Term No School State Debate Tournaments P01 YAT5 MEN AT PRDPE W I, X 'ir Nr.-fg, I l-4 5 l7 20 23 l-4 6-8 10 14 17 31 4 8 13-15 26 27-28 28-29 'U' 5 'X "sg, February T.W.I.R.P. Week T.W.I.R.P. Dance if at ..1.,,,, Q K , 5 A Cappella Spring Concert Winter Band Concert Mid Term Reports March District Basketball Tournaments Substate Basketball Tournaments Perspectives Childrenas Play State Speech Conference Good Friday-No School April School Resumes First Track Meet High School Forensic End of Third Quarter Musical Relays League Finals May State Music Contest Finals All School Dance Spring Prom Senior Dinner Dance Senior Sermon School Closed-Memorial Day Senior Class Day June Commencement-End ofFourth Term Last Day of Classes JQTFI .- 5 'S+-IP ,. S . Q ' M Life is what it's all about, and staying alive seems to concern Cindy Williams more than it concerns Steve Smith. ftop leftJ Steve Howard and Jim Bice live for the spring, but a little snow doesn't lower their spirits. ftop rightj Some people spend their lives as cooks or doctors. Val Grimsley and Cindy Crawford spend their lives as coaches of the first all-girl football team at FDHS. Ccenterj Rosemarie Klingson and Bruce Rusnak enjoy life but Mark Thompson merely looks on. fbottom leftj And life goes on with its trials and tribulations. fbottom rightj Life is for .rw - .3411 W X .1 W, ,. .- My - ' , 2. .Qm ',agT'ts,,.. .V . , . ,, , , ,,..,,s, ,.-HB:w:.Nllvn xr w . , -g il . . as df " 1 , wg ' ,6, .f,3VAQys,,,., ,. ,' .iff . ,M -1, "fifty: 'TZ ,iw 1, -,' w I '71'0ftw ' """ . 1 iceiffff V LQ ,- mi-154 I A ' isfgjf' ,C . 'l Q, Wim?-X V wus - K VP 3' W fr V 4., gtg, kxfy . , .,, N ,N l 5 la I l l 1 l l Living is a temporary condition, which Michelle Higgins is about to pass by, with the help of Dick Robson ftop lefty. Kent Nelson is serving humanity by preventing the sky from falling ftop rightj. Life is where one looks for it, and some find it in music fcenterj. Roxi Eslick seems disturbed, but she knows that life will go on fbottom Leftj. Life is also just relaxing, and Mike Rice and Terry Miller seem to be living a full life Cbottom rightj. the Living l . ? M5 4, .ffm-f L' ii . .- X "3ELf1Qf-fr ' -,. ,..,,..l X.. me i. 52 .ff A or ports Forever we are a team. We will fight for victory, grasp opportunity, and accept defeat. Our tears of disappointment will be seen, but seldom. Our Cries of enthusiasm will be heard often. We will carry our pride with us, wherever we go, whatever we do WL ? '55 --erm- .,,. 1 , . .. is i X hx E Q X Q X um iw ff ,K ., L 2 Jn, . 'V VZ? 5 A . N57 x bi Y X 4 1 4' A ' -Q agus- " N Sy' wir-.' lm Qffifz g 3 AY' F 135 153 A ,, V-f Q? ZIV f A ,sf Sim X ii A X 2 Q ax X r'l f 5 Gy, J. ,. Q ,f R ,N .A A, xii? KG -Q 3- fi lW,, ,. Q xi X ZA HY 75: - 71E,5'22EY Y , QQ-Ligf:Qff11fx2?f : g 5 -. 1 5 - w - 1+ f 2 ,N ww 'X ,NX H 5 "si -NQK First Year of Girls Softball Goes to State Top: "Darci at hat." home safely. Bottom: Pat Johnson gets 2 Z GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM: Row one Kathy ouetztarf. Rochelle Natand, Peterson. Pat Grace. Laura Leege- Fran McCormick- Linda 5-tlvdlofe Klm Diane McCabe, Juanita Marsh. Pat Johnson, Annette Dillon, Pat Askelson. Hearn- Carol Vilsblndcf- Darci Chalstrom. Row two: Rhonda Houge, Roxanne Castagnoli, Karen SEASON RECORD I2 4 FD I2 - East Greene FD 2 - Cedar Valley FD I2 - Goldlield l-'D 7 - Paton-Churdan l-'D 9 - Cedar Valley FD 4 - Central Webster FD 3 - Wooden-Crystal Lake FD I0 - Northwest Webster FD 2 - Roland-Story FD 29 - Palmer FD l4 - Manson FD 9 - Northwest 'FW Webster I M FD I2 - Schleswig S Xi VA5.,e FD I3 - Marathon FD to - Rolfe STATE TOURNEY FD I - Winfield-Mount Union Dodger Football Team Compiles 4-4-1 Record Above: What's so interesting on the 50 yard line. Top Right: Scott Stiles breaks for a long gain, Bottom: How close can you get? nm Q.- COACHES: Tom Schlarbaum, Dave Cox. and Bob Breffle, VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD: Row one: J. Carlson, R. Kopish, G. Uecke. J. Carlson. S. Engeman, T. Tripp, R. Hill. S. Stiles. M. Magnnuson. S. Harly, D. Robson, B. Scharf, S. Udermzmn. B. Nemitz. Row two: J. Hepburn, Student Manager. J. Stoakes, T. Johnson, R. Krause, N. Henderson. S. Zuspann, J. Grell, B. Deal, C. Dennis, R. Kiliper, D. Seltz, R. Carriker, B. Fawkes, D. Adair. A. Fevold, B. Schubring, J. Larsen. Student Manager. Row three: M. Lockner, L. Chingren, K. Fawkes, T. Trainer, L. Hughes, J. Rumbaugh. B. Law. B. Suigh, J. Suhr, B. West, J. Beers, B. McAnalIy, D. Thode, A. Chingren, D. Brodsack, L. Osborn, T. Dillon. HOME UF THE 1 .. .e.3i:s....JQif .-if 1.-Q'XiJ...di1'x ers Vik 1 '. .af NC -fNi9'w-f-'-. F'3'Gf- 52-ff--we : L - f 5fjtGjI,.'fg...:s., -wwf .Q-iQ " ' LW4'.f , V sw., M " -- ... .' -.M : .fr .Aw 6- - - . .' ' - " .f 'vw ,. , ,, 4. b,M,'..5-.V -..L Vs. 5 fa- , L.,V l .. Q . , , .. rm 'Ag W Coach Cox and Scott discuss strategy. Dick Robson giving it all he's got. Joel Suhr makes a grab in the end zone, - .I.. Qilllizzim Mm' Scott Stiles going for extra yardage i . . .. . ..,,, ,. .. -. .. ,. --f-.M . . h .. . 1 ,- . ,f i, EJ ffeaifjj if A3 A ..!. K 1. -...M . ff- .l . I iiWa?iE Us arse... aa l SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM: Row one: K. Powell, B. Sindlinger, R. l Kuhn, J. Moore, M. Peters, J. Conrad, K. Peterson, K. Warren, T. Hamilton, 1 D. Mandelko, D. Olson, J. Westling, K. Saliger. Row two: S, McQueen, M. Lockner, M. Bauder, D. Pingel, J. Andrews, B. Scott, K. Thiele, D Hanson . Keyser, A. Graves, D. Stewart, J. Black, Brian Danner, T. Reid, S. Garst, J. R. Waggoner, R. Muhl, J. Fevold, J. Shipman, R. Nelson, J. Klass S Dolder K. VanEvery, Managers, B. McCormack, M. Svaleson, G. Osborne Sophomore Football Team Prepares for Next Year Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Sophs work hard in practice. SCOREBOARD I2 Webster City 0 Carroll Kuemper 0 Cedar Falls I4 Boone 8 Marshalltown 6 Ames I3 Mason City . - . ,. .V ,ms-sw. W- Mmnlwa 1 p ,f w ,f f X . 'qw A-M-W . ,.f-t-4-.f,..-f-,mp-w.ft-W .4-v -J A, .AMN ,. Wi..- .4 ,. ufmw. .. "3'if'73'7?14k ' ff," ir' bvilaidmz ' Y' fV49Y'I1J': ig " ' ' 17 ?J'Zf5"', . A W . .. . .. .. I I I A A M, NW., M , -.aw . io. . . .. .. A M M. t , ,. few f..,,,. t -V .-.V , - a . """"' .. , . ' 5: 5 7 0 1 4 - ' ' Y. . ' 'h " " ,... . ....a'...fs.nsowpuvm ' 5 '. gg 3713 ,wr ry. ,fi 'f' ,-,., ft. ,M.',....,p:wp,., Q M. , . A fs . . . ...segaof V , f -, 'f M A '.'ff'a,.:v. ,:f,,- iw. I , .. ,Th 1 ' . klifgeaga .J fgafrgsy, . ' 4 ' . , , ' A AY '. ., 5 elgg A C C C' ,H V " ' 4 ,. 125. -- .,3-.. f ', , ' - XJ 'I it-1' K ' . ' ,L s t .git ' Z' . T' 'iv X, ' V iff A' .- ... .- . V-, , , , - sm K ,"' ' J seg, l M' V .5 gl. 'C CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: From row: D. Larson, C. Bartholow. M. Clay. Back row: Coach Nitzke, G. Savery, R. Behrens, J. Mortensen, J. Anderson, S. Howard, R. Brown, J. Sjurson, M. Garatoni, H. Henderson, P. Phillips, D. Behrens, D. Siekmann, K. Nelson, C Gloe. Coach Long. Cross-Country Is 8th in tate Out of 23 Teams MILE TEAM F.D. I5 Webster City 49 F.D. 22 Eagle Grove 30 F.D. I5 Carroll Kuemper 40 Ames Invitational 7th Webster City Invitational 2nd Mason City Invitational 2nd CROSS-COUNTRY F.D. 20 Eagle Grove 40 F.D. 2l Carroll Kuemper 38 F.D. I9 Humboldt 36 F.D. 30 Ames 25 F.D. 15 Webster City 50 Humboldt Invitational lst Big Eight Meet at Waterloo Sth Eagle Grove Invitational 2nd State Meet 8th Our team at the State Meet. Dan Harp in perfect form. Swimmers Begin Season nder , New Head Coach i Rod Cook 1, rd I v .I ..I "-1. 1 r '11- 'lf' 1 1 . : H ' 1 1 .- , 1 1' 111 liz. 1.l':'.' 1 l'l I 1 ', 1 ' 1'l . lnl , 'I I ' 'J I un -nv 'ff 1 u , an .lfg 1"1, ':'. l'l.. , g 1. I , - . I ,ms I. g ,VK VARSITY SWIM TEAM: Row one: Jim Underbrink. Row two: Mike Beers, Dan Harp, Kyle Ruge. Row three: Coach Rod Cook, Steve Maiwurm, Mickey Rathermel, Sam Garst, Mark Morrow, Assistant Coach Bob Garheart. Row a . -nr Q 'ui 'PI " 1-u 1 " in s 'us y 'L-.HY - , 'A - . .., Q -.'ns 1 :g.-. Q '0'- u I-1 Q -Q if ' ' 'sn ,--- u.. an vs., I gl- 1 '-ig' 'Q'-:.' " l n -- l-ll '.' Q' - 'Q n , ' . - - U. u n ,, U ' at ", '. 1-' .' 'I - .'s:u -nun H 'nun wil ..- --1, four: Scott Dannenbring, John Rogers, Monty Kersten, Mike Kennedy, Andy Garst. Row five: Tood Trainer, Bruce West, Mike Rice, Dave Morrow, Dan Garst, Dick Williams. Not Pictured: Mark Klein. fr"f" 'FW --ra' FD 28 FD 33 FD 34 FD 35 FD 36 FD 33 FD 42 FD 37W FD 33 FD 42Vz FD I5 FD 42 Ames Relays Big Eight Meet District Swimming State Swimming Meet the blocks. Bottom: Kyle Q SCOREBOARD Roosevelt West Waterloo Mason City Cedar Falls Central Sioux City Marshalltown Boone Mason City Cedar Falls Boone Ames Central Sioux City 67 62 61 60 59 62 53 57 V2 62 52 V2 80 53 6th 7th 6th 23rd Top: Mark and Matt Klein see who's the faster twin. Left: John Rogers off Ruge off to a good start. Q 5 'Nu--.- 2 3' Q 'Newt IN Il I I 1 rail fu . Rod Cook Glen Osborne Jefl'K1cklighter Jon Duavall Assistant Coach ob JR. VARSITY SWIM TEAM: Kneeling: Scott Fortune. Row one: Coach Gurheart. Row two: Rick Brown, Bruce Kirkberg, Jim Machovec, Bob ufu - I ----: -In p.uQ 'I 'n Kalseim, Jeff Kicklighler. Curt Licht, Rick Muhl, Dave Woodruff, Jeff Johnson, Charles Magruder. Not Pictured: Mutt Klein, Mark White, Jan Slugle. Junior Varsity wimmers Give Backing to Varsity Squad Below: Typical Swimming Practice. Right: Geronimo! lll"' GIRLS QUALIFYING FOR STATE MEET: L. Sears, P. Johnson, S. Ruge, P. Keigley. P. Johnson, N. Larson, Nancy Worral. Coach. Six Girls Qualify for tate 5.gunususu-vw ...-1-:ff '---'-'- 53 45 SCOREBOARD 43 - Mason City 40 - Columbus 22 - Marshalltown - West Waterloo - Southeast Polk - Mason City I . , . . - . as I ' ' p y T Laurie Sears placed 4th at State 14th from top! . t ,H . . - M.s:,sf1-Qqgax Randy McCrady attempts a take-down. Joel Black works on his opponent. Joe Zuspann Places 2nd in tate VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM: Row one: S. Haviland. J. Zuspann, R. Messerly, N, Hansen, B. Hart. Row three: John Atkins, Coach, Don Miller Brawdy. M. Moore, R. McGrady, J. Black, D. Hearn, T. Kopp, B. Coach. G. lVlCl'iClC. K- MCMlUll'1US.A. Fevold, S. Zuspann, R. Kiliper, S McCormack. Row two: D. Jones, B. Krug, B. Deal, J. Garrett, J. Holtorf, C. B2il'b0Ur. ,, ,,,, , ..,...A..........:.. ..,.,w...4.- -W .--A -- than-'Q SCOREBOARD FD I2 Eagle Grove 36 FD 20 Algona 26 FD IO Ames 38 FD I6 Britt 24 FD 5 West Waterloo 46 FD 27 Mason City 24 FD I6 Marshalltown 30 FD Zl East Waterloo Zl FD I5 Humboldt 30 FD 31 Newton I2 FD 8 Cedar Falls 42 FD 34 Iowa Falls 9 FD I9 Clarion 25 TOP: Dick Jones en route to a big victory over his Humboldt counterpart. ABOVE: Joel Black rides his opponent. RIGHT: Randy McCrady breaking down his opponent. BELOW: Joe Zuspann wrestles his way to a state berth. 1 ,Q 3 fl D J f 4 sv? k I V s K Q4 ws f Q3 1 il me 37' , JK , 3 :Q t Q A WJ. 5 .. 4 1i.,5,'4 ei' 5 xJ,. 555 f SCOREBOARD FD 21 Eagle Grove FD 36 Algona FD 42 Ames FD 30 Britt FD l2 West Waterloo FD 38 Matson City FD 33 Marshalltown FD 29 East Waterloo FD 34 Humboldt FD 39 Newton FD 6 Cedar Falls FD 38 lowu Falls FD 52 Clarion L. Chingren puts up a tough fight. . V. rapp ers ompl e 10-3 ecor J G 1 C 'l R d JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING: Row one: T. Dencklau. K. Thiete, J. Crouse, M. Lockner. K. Powell, J. Weslling- A. Graves. M. Wooldfldge B Jones. A. Chingren, W. Wolfe, M. Peters, J. Ayala. Row two: I.. Chingren, R. Anderson. 'x 1 1 Coaches Dave Cox and "Dutch" Huseman. Gary Torgerson and Paul Zierke pull off another rebound. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Row one: M, Harty, G. Mains. C. . Underbrink.C. Michchl. J. Mortensen,J. Thedlord, N. Henderson. T. Tripp Jochimsen, P. Zierke, J. Suhr, G. Torgerson, S, Howard, R. Hill, J. Fallon. S. G. Uecke. Stiles. Row two: D. Boutchee, J. Carlson. S. Salter, G. Clark, R. Behrens. C. ..,..,M,,k klxwwwi.. J- lwme... .. ,,,..4--"" ABOVE: Gary Torgerson goes up for two. RIGHT: Clark ,lochimsen at the free-throw line. SCOREBOARD Cedar Falls Carroll Kuemper Ames Webster City West Waterloo Humboldt Mason City Marshalltown East Waterloo Clarion Newton Cedar Falls Ames West Waterloo Mason City Marshalltown East Waterloo Newton DISTRICTS Eagle Grove St. Edmond SUB STATE Cedar Falls l su il ff N. i?v"" F ' 'S ' Nr Left: Jeff Fallon goes up for an easy layup, Lower Left: Glen Clark drives for 2 points. Below: Steve Howard gels a wide open shot. The Soph Basketball Coaches are Don Cook and Fran Long. ophs Have Rough Season SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM: ROW One: K. Gullicksonq JK Black. two: R. Birocci, D. DuBois, J. Sjurson. G. Maiden, K. Peterson, S. McQueen, K. Saliger, D. Pingel, D. Dean, J. Fevold, J. Andrews, J. Rodenborn. Row M- Gafaioni- P- ROSS- J- Shipman- r J ' A J - FT 'J J. .. 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J .J . J ' J .J J. W , J J L J f JJJJ J J J J. s . S J J 11 J s J . f, 3. .J e il ' .,.J J J" J ,J , J A we J J 'Q 2.1! . K at K . Q, KK , K , K M K FK , W, K . K if ' . Rf, J T . K. ' ,M L K 5 Jgflff 2 1 ,Kr . X J M 5: 2 J 2 KK , , Q. K Q J. K X K 4 - f Q, . J . , J ' - I J J I ,ll . 1 J ., K . ' J J N. J J b. . TAL I ' Ek 1 H J J ' 1 K Q W ,y "f ' JJ. .,,, .. z I X , oe' . We J J J: X J' 'L ,Q WJ 3' JJ fJ -J . ,K J MY. 4 A, J ' .1 I 2 J K J J 1' A 52 K, V ,K , 4. . - K ' 4.4. f f .K - K -4,.,..,.e K fa! . KKKKKEK ,QK K T'JJ?'f J J 4 ff J fm .- K -J 1' J J W 1 F W' ft' A., L.. WJ" ' J Gif' !M"' , J i 'jk JJJJ- ... . Kne w ,, ' ms f J J .:, -. S , Jf"- J J" WN . ...,,. H ,,.,,v- The Fort Dodge Girls' Volleyball Team completed a successful third season by placing fourth in the State. During the season the team lost a total ofonly five games but won every match against such competition as Jefferson, Prairie ofGowrie, St. Edmonds, Carroll, Eagle Grove, Fonda OLGC, North Des Moines, East Des Moines, Clear Lake, Newton, and Mason City. The team also won the District Tournament at Dodger gym with an 8-0 record. The highlight ofthis day was a comeback to win the Carroll High game after being behind 14-7. During the State Competition the girls played a difficult three game match against North High of Des Moines and won I5-IO, 2-15, I6-I4 before being defeated by Mason City in the Semi-final round and Pleasant Valley in the Consolation round. Dodgerette reaches high to spike the ball Volleyball Team Places 4th in State TEAM: Row one: C. Guetzlaff, P. Askelson, P. Johnson. D. Chalslrom, N. McCabe. C. VHSbirldCr, K. lVlCDCl'm0!l. J. JHC0bS0Il. Rogosch, J. Marsh. Row two: D. Woodard, R. Castagnoli, L. Salvatore, D. - 'S tk., ' A f'-Fi' 'J' 1, are wx, 3: 'K T ...W- N Following the bridges ofothers, capturing memories of their own . . . lhe UNDERCLASSMEN Underclassmen ,i vi ' 4 5...- SSM 5, ff I amiilhq, Sophomore Class Officersg Tom Hamilton. president Mike Peters. vice-president Terri Danner. secretary Amy Kersten. treasurer D. Ackerman M. Ackerson K. Adams B. Adams M. Albright D. Anderson J. Anderson J. Anderson M. Anderson S. Anderson J. Andrews K. Angstrom D. Archer L. Arends P. Armstrong B. Askeland M. Askelson D. Auten D. Ayala J. Ayala T. Ayala Class of 774 sf Qu. x J K T ' , 1 uw. l N l . . 'Hu 'Pwr wr Neg! fm N ... D. ,! fy C. T. D. R. . B. ., R. C. M J. M K. K. R. Baardson Bacon Baedke Baker Banwell Bargman Barnett Bartholow Bauder Beck Beck Becker Becker Bedford Sophomores Learn the Techniques of Study Hall QV . 'ln AR R fx. inf Scott McQueen, Dave Minikis, and Jrm Sjurson hit the books. -. Q., L- . rw . l G J. M C. R. K. G. G L. C B D , R Al G l Beecher Beekman Beers Bell Bell Benegas Benson Bentley Berryhill Berte Bickford Bingham Birocci Bishop J. Black J. Black S. Blair B. Block -gxthy Simpson works hard on the Pep Club float. J. L. B. K. J. M G. l ' K T. D J. D S. B. 6- -Q.. W: rl E. P. 1 A. R. -B J s. D. s. c. 7 .5 B. K A J. D B. . qw- T. Blunt Blunt Bockoven Boersma Bonnell Bonnell Bonnstetter Boomgarden Boone Bradley Bradwell Brawdy Brehm Brooks Brookshire Brown B rown B rown Burton Cahill Cannoy Carlson Carter Casotti Castor Chalstrom Charon Christopher Cibert Clark Cloud Cobb Cole Condra Conrad Cook Cook Craig Crimmins Crosby Crouse Crouse Culver Cummings CUPP Curtis Daisy Danner Davis Davis Davis Dean DeBakey Decker Deimel DeLanoit Dencklau Dencklau Dencklau Dencklau Dencklau Den Hartog Dickerson Dickinson Dillard Dolder Dornath Dorothy DuBois Dunn Eastwood Echevarria Echevarria Eckart Edgerton Edwards Edwards Ekstrom Evans Evans Evenson Everhard Ewing Fagan Fawcett Fawcett Fawcett Fellers Fevold Finney Fisher Flattery Fleming Fletchall Florea Folvag Foreman Fortune Beth Brooks and Julie Hovey are caught passing lifesavers Garrett Garst Geer Gehrt George Gerdes Gilbert Gilligan Girard Gloe Glover Golden Gordon Grace Grady Graves Green Green Grell Grettenberg Griffin Gross Gudmanson Gullickson Gully Gumm Gurnett Gutknecht Haack HabHab Hacker Hall Halm Hamilton Hanna Hansen Hanson Hanson Hanson Harp Harris Hart Hart Harvey Haugen Hay Hayek G. Healey Hearn Heilman Heim . Heman Hemrick Henderson Henderson Hendricks Henry Hepburn Hergenreter Hergenreter Herrington . Hilken Hill Hiracheta Hollister Hollister Holloway Hoover Hopson Horn Horny Hovey Howard Howard Hubbard Hudson Hunt Isaacson lsakson Jacobsen Jacobson Jochim son John Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Jonas Jones Jones Jones J ordison J orgenson Julius Keim Keller Kelly Kenny Larsen Larson Larson Larson Larson Leadley Leege Lekwa Lentz Kersten Kersten Kesterson Keyser Kielhorn Kilgore Kinkner Kinsinger Kirchner Klass Klinger Knippel Knowles Knutson Koenig Koestner Kopish Kopish Kopp Krivolavy Krug Kudron Kuhn Kuker Kurtz LaCail1e Laird Lankford Clint Newsum takes over the classroom. TPM? Dale Mandelko accomplishes much out in the hall. Lundgren Lunn Lunn Lynch Lyon Mabe Machovec Magruder Maiden Maiwurm Mandelko Marchant Marnach Marquesen Marsh Martin Mauch McBride - s., McBride ' McClure McCormack McCormack McCormick McCoy McCrady McDermott McKim McLoughlin S. Lessmler K Lewis J. Lmdeberg M. Lockner G. Lombard L. Lorenzen V. Love J. Lumsden A. Lundberg l "1 'X I 2 2 x ,y ' ll x :N McMahon McPherson McQueen Meils Meiners Mericle Mernka Merrill Michehl Michehl Miller Miller Minikis Mittelstadt Moen Mohr Montgomery Moore Moore Morris Morrow Motl Muhl Mundie Murray Myers N aven Nelson Nelson Nelson Nemitz N ewsum Niemand Niemier Nordstrum Norton Noyes Ogren Olesen Olson Olson Olson Oppedahl Osborne Palmer Parks Passick Patterson Pecoy Bixie Charon looks hopelessly at her homework. , 1 Q , I. A lt P v 1 5 x , .ff s ,f , ' 01" 1 I ' Dk. M. Peters C. Peterson D. Peterson J. Peterson K. Peterson K. Peterson D. Pfannes K. Pflibson J. Phillips P. Phipps S. Pickett G. Pierson E. Pill D. Pingel S. Pitman C. Plahn M. Pohl N. Polking K. Pommer A. Porter M. Potratz Sophomores Try Their 'R 51:2 Ir" Luck at Homework -. ,r f. 1 D. Powell K. Powell P. Powers A. Prather M. Prather K. Pratt T. Price T. Prine J. Quam Rapp Rathermal Reddick Reid Rennise Rial Richards Ricke Riedesel Ringle Roberts Robinson Rodenborn Roest Rogers Rogers Rogosch Rokes Rosalez Ross Ruby Ruby St. John Saliger Salvator Sanders Sanford Sankey Savery Scheller Schlesinger Schmidt Schoonover Schrader Schultz Scott Scott Scott Sechusen Shackleton Shelledy Shelton Shipman Simmons Simpson Sindlinger Sjurson Skender Slage Slaven Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Sorenson Sorenson Spurlin Stallings Stanley Stanley Staver Steinhoff Sternitzke Sternitzke Stevens Stewart Stiles Stoddard Stringer Sturdevant Sunner Svaleson Swedlund Sweeney Tague Telfer Thiele Thode Thomas Thompson Thompson Thompson Thorson Thomlinson Toresdahl Trammele Troutwine Ulstad ff" ,' if Sophomores Enjoy a Good Season .. f,X, ag. Ann Porter likes to play janitor. X '. 'f 1' . , vg'.T, W K: W 73 Ll. m f A i A X-. A " f' ' . Q f 4 il nlf Tap- -V .L -A - WX, 5'-ff J' ,fl 5 A , V I . . , ,-, .Jail : ': - "B, HE' Q Q10 M, , - . . ,. 1 'we A fx M , na-Sa .., F e SKY' - R21 f' l vii ' V ss V K . N Q X 2 '4 l 55 Q 1 y. g, Z as . Vffi2".'2f-'.12'iEli"'7i'TW ' A' I '3 - 1, Underberg Underbrink Urwiler Van Alstine Vander Maten Van Every Van Gundy Van Gundy Vaughn Vesey Vinson Vogel Vogel Vojak Vratny Waggoner Walker Waller Walters Walters Warren Wegman Wessel West Westling White White Whiting Wildt Wilkie Williams Williams Williams A. Wilshusen L. Wilson S. Wilson T. Wilson M. Wirth C. Wiss R. Wistoff T. Wald W. Wolfe D. Wood S. Woodale J. Woodard C. Woodbeck M. Wooldridge Sophomores Enjoy Messing Around Ann Porter helps Julie Hovey get a refreshing drink. Pam Johnson is caught in her natural stale 9,61-fri -.Lk Mark White puts his effort on the homecoming float Debbie Anderson contemplates her work Class of 741- Prepares Itself for the Future Wooten Worster Wright Wyatt Yates Yetmar Zabel Zehr Zimmerman Zuspann rr NW 1 if . .J Junior Class Officers: Deb VanGundy. Vice-President. Joe Black. President, Diane Rupp. Secretary. Linda Salvulor. Treasurer P. Abrams E. Ackerman E. Ackerman L. Ackerman D. Adair S. Albrecht .l. Amo V. Amundson B. Anderson C. Anderson R. Anderson D. Andrews A. Anholt F. Armstrong D. Arts D. Ashenfelter D. Axne P. Baker S. Baker S. Baker S. Barbour uClass of '73'7 rf . L 'Y I N- .. . 1 Julie Amo gives up at the end of another day. Kathy Mosbrucker seems to enjoy playing games Class of '73 Enjoys the Junior Year Ball Bartik Bowen Bean Becker Becker Beenken Beightol Behrens Beisser Bennett Cahill Benson Bergstrom Beverlin Black Black Blaha Blunt Borway Brand R. Brawdy P. Brighi P. Briton C. Brown D. Brown K. Brown R. Brundage M. Bumgarner M. Burbank V. Butler C. Butrick D. Cady B. Cahill J. Cain i Juniors Participate in School Activities Joy Peters and Seth Thomas discuss the day's happenings. Joan Johnson enjoys the homecoming dance J. Callicott J. Carlson J. Carlson C. Carlson . Carlson R. Carriker J ' S. Carse R. Castagnoli K. Castor C. Cerwick B. Chase A. Chingren L. Chingren L. Christopher K. Cibert V. Cibert G. Clark L. Clark M. Clausen P. Clay S. Cobb Students Respond With Enthusiasm T. Coleman S. Conrad L. Cote R. Craig M. Cox D. Cramer S. Crane L. Crannie C. Crimmins D. Crimmins V. Crouch R- CYOUSC Dan Ashenfelter wonders what's going on, but Steve Barbour doesn'1 seem to mind. K. Dahl S. Dannenbring N. Davidson K. Davis B. Deal S. Deal J. DeBakey D. Dencklau J. Dencklau R. Derrig R. Derrig J. Dickerson B. Dillard S. Dillingham P. Dischler D. Ditsworth D. Ditzenberger K. Dorothy K. Drollinger N. Duffy S. Dutcher J. Eastwood M. Echevarria L. Ecklund N. Ekstine J. Egemo D. Ehstron T. Ellis P. Ellsworth P. Elsberry D. Englebrechl S. Engleman lvl. Eppings B. Erickson B. Espland B. Fauks '. Kim Drollinger and the Tin Mun. Dave Behrens, en- counter a strange vision. K. D. K. V. S. P. Responsibility is Being a Junior J. C. L. L. S. J. D. M J. K. D. J. S. Geer F. Gelhausen M. Gehrt P. George All ' V. Gerdes W. Gibson R I M .- Q 'Q 'ik ' -- -N' C. Gilbert J. Gilbert A. K. Ernst Fevold Filer F ishel Fisher Flatga ard Flatter y Flemming Fletcher Fogde Fogelman Ford Foreman Fowler Freund Freund Fuller Fuller Garrett Garrett Garrett Learning can be fun? Todd Tripp seems to think so S. Gilbert C. Gloe D. Gold D. Grall B. Grall T. Graves C. Green XX R. Green J. Grell P. Grell B. Griffin C. Griffin C. Guetzlaff X D. Gullickson N Q .J - T. Gumm M. Habhab W. Habhab S. Haines D. Halm W. Halverson .X R. Hamlow S. Hanes D. Hausen N. Hansch T. Hanes S. Hanson S. Harp D. Harris Lau,-ie Sea,-5 adds beauty to the International Club-5 float- Melanie Resales spreads a bil ofcheer lo Connie Anderson Pir- Cornelia Keim works enthusiastically on Homecoming float. 5 X , K QQ' iv.. bi 3 X 5, 3 M. -a t W li Harris Harrison Harrison Harrison Hart Hass Haviland Hay Hearn Healherington Heckmann Hedeen Helvick Henderson Hensley Hepburn Hewett Hewett Hickey Hill Hiracheta Hitchcock Hiveley Hockel Hoffmann Hofstad Hofstad Hohensee Hollister Holm Holweg Hopman Horton Horton Hovey Hovick 4 T. Howell L. Huffman W. Hungate C. Husske M. Isaacson G. Jacobson J. Jacobson M. Jamieson K. Jarvis Pam Keigley seems surprised to be accepted as a Junior! Happmess Is Belng a Jumor Paula Ellsworth pretends she is Dorothy as Joe Burke the Scarecrow looks on. ls.. 7! D. Jensen J. Jensen j I L. Jensen S. Jerome A. Johnson D. Johnson G. Johnson J. Johnson J. Johnson And here we have Louie Ackerman smiling for the camera, . . . but her eyes closed UNIORS Found School Both Work and Fun X Q R. Jones C. Jordison L. Jurgens A. Kehm Johnson Jonas Jones Jones Jones Kurtz Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Keigley Keim Kennedy Kersten Kinseth Klein Klingson Koerner Kolesar Kopish Kozel Kretlow Kreul Krug Krug Kucera Kuhn Larson Larson Larson Law Leiss Lenz Licht Lindner Link Lockner Lowrey Luckenbill Lumsden Lunn Maas Marchi Mama rch Marshall Martin X Jim Peters always ready to give ajolly smile to the camera Martinson Maschino Mason Mauch Mathey McCaleb McCrady McDowell McElvain McGuire McNatt McNulty McVeigh Merryman Messerly Michael Michalshi Michehl Mickelson Mitler Minard Mitchell Monson Moore Moore Morrison Mortensen Mortensen Mosprucker Teresa Turner skipping class' Mosier Mundie Murphy Murray Myers Myers Naylor Naylor Neeson Neet Nellis And here l caught Barb Hovick playing in the mud Passow Paul Paul Paulson Perkins Pessica Peters Peters Peters Peters Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Pitttil Phillips Phillips Phillips Pingel Pirie Pohl Pongness Porrez Porter Posey Presler Jon Koerner and date. Deb Woodard. and Dave Morrow freaked out at our traditional Homecoming Dance. P. Rathermel K. Rees J. Renken T. Reynolds J. Rice K. Richards A. Riley E. Robbins X J. Presswood P. Pride D. Pritchard K. Putnam L. Quealy P. Quillen B. Radford B. Radford D. Ramus Renee' Holm and Kathy Cibcrt fooling uound in Typing Clxss again. Q HU' And here's Peg Dischler with her mouth wide open . . . a per- fectly normal feature of Peg. L. Salvatore P. Sanks B. Scharf N. Scharfenberg J. Schrader K. Schrader R. Schramm L. Schreiber B. Schubring W. Schuur C. Scott P. Scott -im 5 L. Sears 3, Q 'D K. Seehusen L "" P. Sessler ' , t X D. Sestak SI, K. Shaffer fn' f M. Shipman D. Short D. Siekman J. Silke F. Simonson W. Simpson E. Slaven R. Smith S. Smith T. Smith M. Sorensen J. Spencer G. Spillman L. Staley R. Stanbere P. Stelberg D. Steck J. Steinhoff P. Sterns T. Stockdale K. Strauss D. Stringer C. Surls O. Rochon J. Rogers M. Rosales D. Rosen M. Ruge Ruge D. Rupp Russell Saboe Saliger Salter .fx xv" K, I K S. Ziegler R. Zobraskey S. Zuspann P. K B. D G A J. S. Williams Williams Wilson Wilson Wing Wood Woodbeck Woodman ,r lk' C. Swanson R. Swift 5- Sy R. Syferd T. Tague C. Taylor C. Tepfer T. Tepher J. Terranova W. Tewksbury K. Thede S, Thadford D. Thode C. Thomas S. Thomas M. Thompson R. Thompson G. Tiffany P. Tregenza T. Tripp J. Trost T. Turner J. Tutor G. Uecke C. Underbrink D. VanGundy S. Vasbinder V. Vinchattle C. Vratny K. Walker P. Walker J. Walkukait W. Walters C. Wetzel B. Whitcome C. Wieburg D. Wieburg H. Wiewel K. Wiley C. Williams Joyce Dickerson and Jeff Carlson look like lhey're having fun in German Class . . . 'J wx ,s " -Q I gk.. , ' . lg 4 Q f E y xx -QL I 'Q I' ek Q- s ,bs Q, Q- 4 V r 6 Q ' 345,12 f ggifwg ,M . 5' g 53 5 i RNS ff ,. ,Q 1. 5135119 f I 1 '3 .gg 1 ' f I ,4 s ' i W 1 Q, i Y 3 pg . ' 5 5: V sw ggi H 'vii X xf 3 'ff ,J ,n 1 xg I ff?" if ,, , -g..,', 3 J. - ,f L Af I A ,fi ' ' Q A KY Q 4' K X YES . L f ef fi 4-'Kg' ggraif Q " .:. t 5 Ei-2553! Q? 'T www , x x gfnf 'hi viii' .x,,H.g Q x,' 'Mn' We have come a long way, you and 1, 1 to the place we stand now, We have walked the long roads together and finally we have crossed 1 the last narrow bridge. if Q 5 We are finding where we are . . . i T Semors 1 iff iff' W A ' V Yi me fe-1 ' , lf J i f f, A to . 1: nw' ' l 5 tj' . If ' - , , 52- 3 'N ' s Q -gpg - Y - if fill e qw' M , if W, wtf 41 Y - 14 'Q 'Q wiffsgimh WV " 5g,.f-'7 x ,Q . tglgr y. 19,53 +25 . g lgf' A' "iw gp: at 'Eg vig A -. - 5,1355 " fill, ' l Mil..-..... fm 'ff V F a E223 fiigffif ., 1 ' Slfsf 'ga 41: P tt we feb., L... Spirited Seniors Participate in Kristie Abbott Tina Allen fi Janette Abel Dennis Anderson 'A Julie Abrams Dorene Anderson E Bruce Ahrens Kathy Anderson ' A ' Y, - . e.u1t.,sfig iff' r in ,I Senior Class Officers for 1971-1972 are: Allyson Truax, treasurerg Denny Brodsack, presidentg Dick Williams, Secretaryg Kim Guthrie, Vice-president. Larry Anderson Pam Anderson Scott Anderson 4 Extracurricular Activities Tim Anderson Charles Anholt Kathy Andrews Randy Archer Cindy Arndt Sam Ashton Cal Askeland Pat Askelson Sonya Attleson Mary Baedke Tammy Ayers Sue Baird Kathy Baardson John Baker Curt Bacon Margaret Baker -Ana Wk 417 MN Linda Tuttle questions Kim Guthrie's advice. lf pg X af I 1' I "' wg ,f, g Sherry Baldwin Kris Barry Roger Balke Todd Bartholow Peggy Bangert Lyle Bartlett Rachael Banwell Glenda Beck Seniors Are Frustrated with Term ..,e:....L-B c tw ,Aw lvx I ,K 'H f Q re'-xiv fa? 'ef he . I , ,A in I , -I K r. alll 7, 1 hp. A I ' Q, ' ii H at i kr Ji . 5 W sr s ' .. s "V ' -: s ,. " f K '," r 3 B A 5 5 YEXY 9 1. xv .b . ' sig mf L, ll Q :xl N """" 1 1 ll se w rf- - s f Y Tom Johnson and Randy Kiliper prefer not being interrupted while studying. John Beers Ryan Bell Jan Berge Dave Behrens Lori Beminio Jo Berge Deanna Beletti Angelo Benegas .lim Bice MQ' -gn-f Papers and Final Exams Debbie Birkett Steve Blair Patty Blunk Denise Beekeven Terry Bfmnsfeller Dwayne Black Karen Blomberg Mary Jo Bock Amie Bode Steve Beemgarden ,,,,,o-.Qin fl fm is S vr'f"" -W, lfyou want lo stayin the lMC,don't sitwith Tina Allen and Becky Robinson. Karen Blomberg with Gary Engler make use of viral lime in school. Q.,-PN 1, i 5,447 A ini? XX A A of 'six N-, . , - - - a-'Q' xxx'-A X l ,ff- 7 Thanksgiving a Steve Bratland Cindy Buck Denny Brodsack Karen Burch Kevin Brown Karla Burch Rick Brown Mark Burch nd Christmas Vacations Bring Howie Hamilton. Mark Smith. and John Meils sneak around to see if lhey're missed in class. Debra Burke Debbie Burton Paul Cain Joe Burke Donna Butz Fred Carlson ...nd .af 'QI-vt Welcome Relief to Seniors Joe Clark Lynn Collins Mary Clausen Terry Collins Gary Carlson Kathy Carse Bret Charon Bill Clay Janice Cook Jerry Carlson Doyle Cervene Twila Chase Jan Collins Terry Cox 'nv i'9f Connie Johnson Can'l seem to believe Joni Beth Macek's story. til, K A 7 g, iq 4 MW W the Events of the Year Lois Davidson Leo DCrlCklau Vicki Delanoit Chris Dennis Valerie Davis Rhonda Dewey Barbara Dean Becky Diane 'Tr' 'Jb- in Queen Deanna Beletti and escort, Mike Magnusson show excitement as John Holtorl congratulates. Jane Dickerson Al Dorothy Jenny Dungy Terry Dillon Tim DuBois Dennis Easley 'Q' +1-cg-'-' . -....--Z 1 , i is V nf W, , ,, . L .QQMQSQQ-Q fe gf, . R. Q Q Wg. ,L gf I 'fi-szp Q . J 5. 5 W f 'P as 'N 'A' is X -M... we N M, x QB. 5 'N -1 Q Q 51 J. ' Linda Edwards Steve Ehrhardt Mark Eldredge W? ww o .Pwr Q. ll Ei' -Ji R 1 5 it ,s , Wife 5 Q WC A.. A group of feminine artists are caught unaware during Gary Engler Christine Everhart Roxie Eslick Jeff Fallon Norman Everhard Cindy Fawcett K 4 3 wt. . l clay class. Kurt Fawkes Ron Feeley Duane Ferguson -1.4 ,..,.......... 4 - .M .K 'W ,Ji-at-0-4 .A 6 Kevin Ferguson Tim Fertig Darlene Filer qgfi i 42 -Q B f' LJ' Seniors HExperiment" in New Art Classes Sue Fishel Sue Foote Mary Fox Leanne Fisher Barbara Foster Marla Frank Elaine Fitzner Raynette Foster Kathy Fuller Jill Fletcher Jeff Fox Krista Fuller fs P 3 pf! n5dd 4555 feaf zff Greg McClurg proves beyond a doubt he can lift two hands at once. I Q 1,- l I -M if X X x 2' X . 5 Fw! "Cigarettes are hazardous to your health": explains Val Grimsley. Seniors Work Hard Rick Gadbury Bruce George Dan Garst Charles Gernhart Craig Gascho Sally Gibson Chris Gates Marion Giles Vin Q-v Q., 'Sr Joe Terranora wonders. "Why me?" Silvia Graef Glenda Graves John Griffin Sandra Graffunder Sheila Green Tom Griffin bw 4 to Receive Passing Grades Barb Trace innocently asks. "Can'l we have fun anymore'?". Valerie Grimsley Pam Grove Ken Gustafson LuAnn Gross Margaret Gurnett Kim Guthrie Charles Habhab Chris Halverson Gene Hacker Howie Hamilton Connie Halligan Mike Hamrick Don Halligan Lora Handy "lf" X? Seniors Soeialize During Their Free Greg Hansen Dan Harp Scott Hardy Jim Harvey Jolene Hass Joan Hanson Diane Harris Jean Harvey Nick HHFVCY DGHU Hearn S60 I wP,,o"""' iw arf'- Seniors work diligently during their free periods. Periods in the New Student Lounge Nancy Hearn Tom Hepperle Rick Heidick Michele Higgins Dave Helmers Grant Hilgendorf Dena Hensley John Hilken Kurt Messerly wants to know what you're doing tonight. Randy Hill Lyle Hitchcock Bill Holmstrom Gary Hilton Bill Hogan John Holtorf Paul Hilton Peggy Holloway Bill H01-ton Memories of Everyday Routine Will Never Nancy Hughes Julie Ann Hulett Debbie Hoskins Steve HOW21rd Maralene Huebsch Diane Hutchison Kevin Hovick Steve Hudson Larry Hughes Linda Inman FIoAnn Isaacson Richard Isaacson Sherry Isaacson Nancy Jochims 'Hs' N V27 .. .A-f Rims.. '-':':I"' .49 Cindy Crawford and Cindy Buck start the day out right-wiih a smile. be Forgotten by the Seniors Clark Jochimsen Tom Johnson Anita Johnson Paul Jondle Connie Johnson Jim Jones Nancy Johnson Dick Jones Hall monitor, Joel Suhr, has a routine check of Mike Magnusson, Jeff Fallon, and Jim Bice's forged passes. Janine Jordison Joyce Jordison f. Larry Jordison Seniors Choose Various Electives Steve Joslin Randy Kastendick Mark Klein Kathy Justice Debbie Keyser Mau Klein Jon Sanford just has what it lakes. Randy Kiliper Rocky King '-- .ggx .. J be Silvia Grael' says, "lt's not really hard." Roy Knight John Koestner Pam Knutson Terry Koester Tom Knutson Kris Kolesar at 1133 fs . 4 Zia , jaw., mi H , X 'll Courses for Future Plans Jeff Larsen Jim Laird Vance Larsen Curl Larson Paul Larson Cindy Larson Jackie Larson Sharon Larson iff "You've got lo be Kiddingf' exclaims Peggy Bungert. Dee Kopp Roger Kruger Krislol Krivolavy Joe Kudron Bob Krug Randy Kuker ""?b Q' -o--nv Tami Tripp wonders if Wayne Marchant really knows what he's doing. Sherry Isaacson llashes a smile. trying lo avoid the cameraman's awkward view. Bruce Law Dean Lee ROD Lewis Mike l.lI'lliC Tim Lawler Chris Leiss Steve Lingreen Colleen Linn Renee Leadley Dennis Lenz Rvger I-ink Cllfl l-l5CUm Carolyn Lofquist Marcia Lumsden Anna Lund Seniors Have Fun, Too! Bill McAnally Greg McClurg Bob McLaughlin Pam McBride Mona McCoy Kevin McMannus Diane McCabe Kathy McDermott Rick Mace Melissa McClure Rick McElvain Joni Beth Macek Big Dodger's sly photographer. Jim Mosbrucker. slipping up on another poor unsuspecting character. 5 R. f, .. 5' i Glenda Beck's positive something burned in cooking. 4 5 Seniors Ponder Requirement- QTY? Nancy Johnson sils enthralled over Mrs. Pelersen's lecture, Patty Lunn Scott Mailey Karen Manos Juanita Marsh John Meils Mike Magnusson Greg Mains Sharon Marnach Betsy Matson Greg Meiners Michele Maiden Jane Maiwurm Jack Marsh Karen Mauch Roland Melton Uver Their Last American Govlt Greg Mericle John Metier Gary Miller Lynn Mernka Larry Michehl Terry Miller Curt Messerly Tim Michelfelder Lynn Milliken Laura Messerly Donna Miller Marilyn lVlilSV6n Steve Uderman contemplates switching to Scope. 3' Quan' Bill N W-'Q .,h,r , McAnally eagerly studies for his physics lest. Twerp Week Was a Challenge Julie Mohr Dave Morrow Jim Mosbrucker Kevin Murphy Laura Myer Dean Morris Rick Mortensen Mike Mulder Debbie Murray David Neeson Scott Hurty, Randy Kiliper, and Scott Stiles anticipate the football game against East Waterloo. for Many Senior Boys ,:' , Q3-g-,V,. . ' :'WHf'f". xi , a f ' " K 1, so 'IEW "VPN k,--. r , A' Mike Nelson Lorraine Niemend Roger Nelson Paula Niemier Curt Nesvold Linda Nold Mark Newman Dennis Noll i , , if R F ,rf ,. Dick Williams and Janie Maiwurm prove Right Guard really works. Kathy Nekvinda Dianne Nelson Kent Nelson Noble Nekvinda Don Nelson Linda Nelson CQ? be ,snr si W- Q4 'tm-lv' :VN Seniors Show Appreciation for Keith Ogrerl Dennis Olson Jo Ann Pace .lane Pease Barb Oleson Mark Oppedahl Ron Paine Belinda Pecoy Myron Oleson Rosalie Osborne Janice Parker Rick Peltz Phil OlCS0l'l Lisa Osterberg Donna Paulin Dave Peters Debbie Peterson Deborah Peterson Kathy Peterson Linda Peterson lthe G'Little Things" at F.D.H.S. l ,q Vx -affairs- Kevin Ferguson really knows how lo "butler up the cook". Sue Peterson Dave Phillips John Phillips .iw Debbie Pingel ,lim Pgrlef Pam Pingel Karen Potratz Terry Pinneke Duane Powers Kalhy PilS0r Linda Prather tt- Seniors Are Encouraged to Tom Redenius Mike Rice Roger Rees Peggy Rice Rosemary Prather Karla Presler Theresa Pugh Debra Rhodes Kim Richards Paula Pratt Kevin Price Bill Putnam Dave Rial Roxanne Richards aff' 'Wm' We -'ev-"" hvL3.,.. ,. ,g Kuff' FI 1. T ' . -Lt A A ,wwf R lit e. o ' elk . : : ' : Q I: : V., A. Lt: P R ' s. 3 Q.. Kathy CUSS wonders if lhefeis Jenny Skogmo finally types the ultimate, another way out. 40 Maintain Good Study Habits Jeff Rinehart Joe Rogers Becky Robinson Scarlett Rogers Dick Robson Jeff Rosburg Diane Roest Ann Rose 5 I pr . Q M ii 6 litem' :9"",b4. '-lr -A 0, Hrs ' nv "You canit tell me it's due tomorrow," cries Martha Wheat 42 Investigating and Conquering Are John Rumbaugh Lynn Rusher Kathy Rusk Bruce Rusnak wwf QC 9 52' tit ,iii --.-, in .:.. 2 X, Jim Stoakes chokes down his orange to keep from sharing it with Ken Gustafson. Bob Saigh Jon Sanford Steve Schick Deb Schnell Linda Saliger Jim Sankey Brian Schmidt Keith Schramm it Part of Being a Senior Jerry Schultz Tom Scott Doug Seltz Dave Shelby Tom Showers Monte Shelledy Mona Shute Roxanne Sherman Jenny Skogmo Mike Shoopman Jan Slagle Tina Allen's exhausted after a hard day's practice. Lynn Schultz Randy Sease Mark Shaffer '33 it wr- S - k:," , , 1 Q + ,4if1 fQ , M 1 :St e My 1 LM' Cd' wr' C1107 Y 4 New Fads and Fashions Reveal David Smith Richard Smith Elaine Smith Scott Stiles Jenny Smith Kerry Stinman Mark Smith Jim Stoakes Sherm Strootman Gloria Struecker Tom Stuffleban 'Sr ilu... iH'g n ... ,sf , ,M .dahjr "Oh, that test was a cinch." confesses Juanita Marsh. Senior Individualism Janie Maiwurm and Melissa McClure lry to run their fingers through Todd Trainer and Dick Williams' new coiffure, Joel Suhr Jill Swanstrom Bev Telschaw Mike Thomas Mark Thompson Dave Svaleson Deb Tague Vickie Thiele Brian Thompson Scott Tomlinson I4 46 3 , , t W A A X ,ti l'X. Seniors Are Mick Urwiler Joe Walker Dave Vaughn Kathy Walrod Gary Vinson Colleen Walters Brian Wafful Rob Warner N , y r l T Joel Suhr tries to put a little "light on the subject". GUY TOTECTSOU Bev Trafford Nancy Trusty Barb Tfaffe Tami Tripp Linda Tuttle Todd Trainer Allyson Truax Steve Udermann ..RP'X lt. in 'Sven VP- Aware of Tomorrow Bruce West Martha Wheat Dick Williams Wendy West Orlanda Wieberg Henry Williams Deb Westfall .loy Wiegman Rosanette Williams Pam Westling Chris Wieser Bob Wilson so 45 Q 'Wit- lfgy w--,X Doyle Cervene heads for one of his many job interviews. 9 i' . .N ,- Jim Jones enjoys ANOTHER joke in class. Seniors Are MCool" in 1972! Brad Willson Randy Wingert Deb Woodard Lesslie Wright Carol Young Julie Windler Collette Wolf Marianne Woods Penny Yates Paul Zeka Rick Brown, Steve Howard, and Jim Bice display their "Senior Pride". 7' . ... A rg:-1F"'f' XQW, 2 '55, 15 , H " if ' X . 44' , "V '-...... , , 1 ',,, K If i i X vida I - I w 1 , , S Q 5 X iii gf 'X X , 1 xx ti 3 , , 1-v I. --Q' Riu: Q A , AMS K CKERMAN PRATHER, MARILYN JEAN, 90 PRATT, KENNETH EUGENE, 90 PRICE, TERRY LYNN, 90 PRINE, THRQMAS EARL, 90 QUAM, JAIMES LEE, 90 RAPP, JQHN ROY, 43.44, gl W,,.. ,.. RATHERMEL, MICKY GENE, 65, 91 REDDICK, FORTUNATA DRU, 91 REDMAN, DOUGLAS BRENT REID, THOMESBI EI5W+ARVDTJ'N63,9l RENNIE, DEAN PAUL, 91 RIAL, MICHAEL JAMES, 91 RICHARDS, LARILYNN, 91 RICKE, PAMELA .IEA-N, 91 RIEDESEL, KEVIN DALE, 91 RINGLE, JOHN NANCY ARLENE. 77, S HAROLD 91 REEN ANNE 91 76 91 SUE, 91 WILLIAM, 91 SHODIN, IMMON, PSON, CA S I DLINGER SJU RSON, JAM ES, 64,76,81, VAN ALSTINE. BRUCE ALAN, 93 VANDER MATEN RUTH ANN 3 gl fx FRN ' ' SKENDER,RANDY,9l 5 ' I' ,J- sLAGE,JAMEs,91 ,,U4IHSj!, g,+,. 1 - , , , SLAVEN, MARY ELLEN. 92 ' SMITH, CECELIA, 92 SMITH, DAVID, 92 SMITH, GREGORY ALAN, 92 SMITH, LYNN THEREASE, 92 SMITH, RANDY JOSEPH, SMITH , WILLIE JEAN, 92 92 Y KEVIN KIM 37 A5 VAN GUNDY, KENT STEVEN, 93 VAN GUNDY, NEIL THOMAS, 93 VAUGHN, DONALD EUGENE, 93 VESEY, GWENDOLYN DAY, 93 VINSON, DAVID ALAN, 93 VOGEL, DONALD EUGENE, 93 MARLIN CHERYL LOUISE, 92 VOGEL, vICKIE RAE, 93 VOJAK, CYRIL FRANKLIN, 93 VRATNY, RICHARD EMMETT, 93 WAGG ,,,. R, RICK LEE, 63,93 WAL NE ANN, 93 wAL - E 'f,, TI-IRYN LEE, 93 WALTERS, RISTI KAY, 93 WALTERS, KRISTINE LEE, 93 QQ WARDEN, PEGGIE LEE WARREN, KELLY WILLIAM, 63, 3 wfirrs, PQCUL 42,93 LEE WILLIAMS. iifffffgg LEE, 94 37,44, ACKERMAN: 37,96 44 96 99 I I DAVID RH A , 96 BLAINE, 96 LYNN 96 A mn Y, 96 HAEL 96 ORA, 96 EUGENE, 43,44, LEE, 24,25. MARLENE, 37,97 37,97 LEE, 97 DEAN, 64,73,97 ANN, 97 24,25,38 ANN PATSY 97,98 ROBERT DEAN, 98 XC ICOTT,IUDYM IE, 43 C SON, JANET I ,3iQ,39,40,58, 99 CARLSON, JEFFREY LEE, 32','39,61,73, 99,111 , 9 CARLSON, MARY CHRISIIMIE, 99 CA , S ONDA LOUISE, 99 CARR NEY BRUCE, 61,99 CARSE, EUGENE, 99 CASTAONOLI, ROXANNE D., 59,77,99 CASTOR, RUSSELL RAYMOND, 99 CERWICH, CHERI ANN, 99 CHASE, BRUCE ALAN, 99 CHINGREN, ALLAN DONALD, eI,7g,g,9 CHINOREN, LARRY CHRISTOPHER, LORIL ,37299 CIVERT, KATHY ANN, 99 R R GLENN SCOTT, 13,75,99 -A I I ARK, LOLAERQIIEA, 44,99 , CLAUSEN, MARK STEVEN, 99 ,y11E,, RRYA 5 CLAY, PRICE LYLE, 04,99 , CLAYTON, DIANE ANN T, VICKI ANN, 99 ' COBB. SCOTT BAILEY, 99 " COLEMAN, TERRY LEE, 43,99 COLLINS, JOYCE MARIE fr ERICKSON JO, 100 AYE 100 JEAN, 100 , JEAN, 24,25.34,37, PAUL, 100 DANA ALAN, 43,100 LEON, 100 Y ANN, 24,25, NOEL EUGEND, 39,40,100 KAY, 100 FRED, 100 MARY ESTHER, 100 LISA IEANNINE, 37,100 NATE RAY, 100 Y ROGER, 100 KEAN WILLIAM, 100 ALLEN, 100 PAULA ANN, 38,39,40,100. ELSBERRY, KAY, 100 , VID JEFFERY, 100 DOUGLAS, 61,100 EPPING . 41.100 ERNST, ESPELAND TSFAWCETT, LORAN DARRELL FAWKES, BRUCE EMERSON, 61,100 MR-FEVOLD, ALAN NILE, 61,69,10l FILER, DAVID JON, 101 FISHEL, KATHY JEAN, 101 FISHER, VICKIE JEAN, 101 .QL FLATGARDQE STE N HENRY, 101 TIFLATTERY, JANE LEN, 101 ALAN, 100 FLAIIER3, PATRICK KEVIN, 101 'H FLEMING, JAMES FRANCIS, 101 "7:gJTLETCHER, CLARK WILLIAM, 101 FOGDE, LINDA LAVONNE, 38,39,4O, 101 FOGELMAN, LA VONNE ROSE , FORD, SANDRA JEAN, 101 FOREMANWIEFFREY SCOTT, 101 FOWLER,N BDRAH LYN, 101 ,, FREUND, R JNNETH FREDERICK, 101 FREUND, MYRON DARRELL, 101 FULLER, JULIETTE RAYE, 101 , FULLER, KENT MICHAEL, 39,1015 GARRETT, DONALD LEE, 101 A HALVERSON HAMLOW HANES, SUSAN HANSEN. HANSEN, NEIL HANSEN. TERRY HANSEN, SHERYLL HARKLAU, LAURA HARP, SARA JOAN, HARRIS, DEBRA HARRIS, ROGER HARRISON, KEITH HARRISON, LILA HARRISON, HART, BRADLEY HASS, KATHY HAUN, JL HAVILAND HAY, PAUL HEARN HEA HEDEEN DALE HELVIK, LYNN? 10? NICKOLAUS J., 61,73. 103 A iw HENSLEY, 110 ALD SHELLHES' 103 HEPBURN, EY BL NE, 3I,s1, 103 , HEWETT PERRY IA RENCE 103 HEWITT: MICHAEL DWAINE, ,103 I-IICKEY, SANDRA MARIE, ' ., 5 HILL, JAMES ROBERT, 5' Rf HIRACHETA, PETE THOMAS, f I ' I HITCHCO . 'ICHAEL RITCHARDQ1 HIV ELY, ,, ,g , NE KAY, 39,40,47, HOCKEL, X YELLQEN MARGAR T, 3 37.103 HOFFMAN, PATTI RAI, 37,103 HOFSTAD, JIM PARKER, 103 HOFSTAD, RONALD PARKER, 103 HOHENSEE, COLLEEN AVA, 103 HOLLISTER, DEBORAH ANNE, 103 HOLM, RENEE SUE, 103 HOLWEG, BERNARD JEAN, 103 HOPMANN, CAROL ANN, 27,4I,I03 HORTON, GREGORY MARK, 103 NEIL CURTIS 40,42, PATRICIA ELLEN, 43,59, SCOTT M.. 105 SUE ANN, 25,38.39.4O,44. JOHNSON, SUSAN JEAN, 24,105 JOHNSON, TERRY LYNN, 105 JONAS, LENNY Q,:: Aym, 105 JONES, CYN 1NE, 105 JONES, JEF AN, 72,105 JONES, M SUE, 105 JONES, RUSSELL KENNETH, 3s,39,40. 43.44.105 JORDISON, LANCE DAVID, 105 JURGAENS, LESA KIM, 37,41,l05 KEHM, ALLEN JOHN. 105 A GLEY, PAMELA JANE, 38,39,40. 3,44.l05 K IM, CORNELIA, 103,106 KI NNEDY, JAMES MICHAEL, 65,106 KERSTEN, JOHN MONTGOMERY, l9,31, 43.61106 K1NS TH. GAYLE ANN. 106 KIRBY, JOSEPH FREDERICK KLEIN, DENNIS ROBERT, 106 ROSE MARIE 23 37 43 MICHEHL MICKELSON, JANET KA MILLER, STEVEN MINARD, MARK ED MITCHELL, LOUIS MONSON, TERRY MONTGOMERY MOORE, GARY MOORE. MARK MORRISON. MORTENSEN 63,107 MORTENSEN MOSBRUCKER 97,107 MOSIER. MOSLEY, MUNDIE. fRPHY, M RRAY MYERS MARIA JEAN 107 SUSAN KIM 107 PAULA LYNN 107 x 1 1 1 A I 4 3 MICHELEFELDER, TIMOTHY O., 135 MICKELSON, JOAN ANN, 149 MILLER, DONNA JEAN, 135 MILLER, GARY LEE, 135.20 MILLER, ROBERT LEE MILLER, TERRY LEE, 135 MILLIKEN, LYNN BERNIECE, 135 MITSVEN, MARILYN MAE, 135 MOHR, JULEE ANNE, 136 MOORE, REX DONALD MORRIS, DEAN ALLEN, 136 MORROW, DAVID JAMES, 136.65 MORTENSEN, RICKIE CHARLES, 136 MOSBRUCKER, JAMES MICHAEL, 2.34, 36,133,136 MULDER, MICHAEL LEE, 34.136 PRATHER, ROSEMARY ANN, 140 PRATT, PAULA ANN, 140 PRESLER, KARLA MAE, 30,140 PRICE, KEVIN JEFFERY, 140 PUGH, THERESA MARIE, 140 PUTNAM, WILLIAM WAYNE, 140 REDENIUS, THOMAS LEE, 20,140 REES. ROGER DEAN, 140 RHODES, DEBRA RAE, 43.140 RIAL, DAVID EDWARD, 140 RICE, GERALD M., JR., 140,65 RICE, PEGGY, 21,140 RICHARDS, KIM, 20,140 RICHARDS, ROXANNE, 140 RINEHART, JEFFREY KENT, 141 MURPHY, KEVIN G,, 136 MURRAY, DEBRA MAE, 21,136 MYER, LAURA DIANE, 136 NARIGON, THOMAS ALAN, 3,25,34. 36,43,44,149 NEESON, WILLIAM DAVID, 136 ROBINSON, REBECCA LYNN, 23,49, 117,141 ROBSON, RICHARD CRAIG 62,141 ROEST, DIANE, 141 ROGERS, JOE ROGERS, SCARLETT NEKVINDA, KATHY JO, 21,137 ROSBURG, ROSE, ANN NEKVINDA, NOBLE GREGORY, 137 NELSON, DIANE MARIE, 20,137 NELSON, DONALD LEROY, 137 NELSON, KENT ERIC, 55,64,137 NELSON LINDA RAE, 137,23,39, NELSON. MICHAEL DEAN, 137 NELSON, ROGER MERVIN, 137 58 SVALESON, DAVID D., 145 SWANSTROM, JILL JOANNE. 145 TAGUE, DEBRA JOLEEN TELSCHAW, BEVERLY TERRANORA, THIELE, THOMAS, NESVOLD, CURTIS EUGENE, 137 NEWMAN, MARK ALAN, 137 NIEMAND, LORRAINE JOYCE NIEMIER, PAULA KAY, 21,137 NOLD, LINDA LOU NOLL, DENNIS OGREN, KEITH OLESON, OLESON, OL ESON OLSON , BRUCE 114,137.l45,l47 JON 7 TK li l We crossed the bridges as we came to them. Each day we looked forward to the end and at the end we looked back to the beginning. Our problems now seem small, the joys great. We remember these years as a bridge to our futures. Advisor ...... Editor ........ Photographers Artists ........ Senior Section Faculty Section Organizations . Student Life .. Athletics ...... 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