Newton High School - Newtonia Yearbook (Newton, IA)
- Class of 1966
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Table of Contents
Newton High Sehoolw
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CARL PERNTZ and MERVYN MICHALOW
Carl and Merv spent this year at Newton. Carl, on the Y.F.U.
program from Stragnas, Swedeng and Merv on the A.F.S. pro-
gram from Johannesburg, South Africa. Ca.rl's brother here
was Larry Creagan. Merv's brothers were Bob and John
Javier, from Mexico City, Mexico, spent his summer
vacation in Newton under the Y.F.U. program. His
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Arturo spent his summer vacation attending school in Newton. His
brother was Steve Gilliam. He was on the Y.F.U. program from Mexico
City, Mexico. .
Krys, a Y.F.U. student from Sao Paulo, Brazil, spent the second semester
at N.H.S. Her sister here was Sally Ratcliff.
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"The future-what does it hold in store for each
of us?" It is a question which plagues us now as teen-
agers and will no doubt continue to do so for the re-
mainder of our lives. One thing is certain: in our
future lies the world which we, the youth of today,
will mold as the potter shapes his clay. Vlfill our
product yield pulchritude?
The potter must have both talent and skill tot
produce beauty. In much the same way, our lives'
experiences will develop our inherent talents into
skill. 'Round every corner lies a new adventure, a
new influence which can help us develop our talents.
Soon, all the members of our class will approach
a turning point in life-a new corner. When we have
graduated, we can be thankful that we have attended
a school such as NHS. It has offered to all of us the
opportunity to develop our own peculiar talents,
whether they be in drama, speech, music, athletics,
trade skills, or scholarship. NHS has, in effect,
provided us with the very foundation of knowledge
upon which our potential success rests. It has done
its best to prepare us to look around each corner with
confidence in our eyes and skill in our minds and
lt is only fitting that we should produce, as a first
step in our new life, a tribute to those who have done
so much to help us in so many ways. The following
pages of the Newtonia show, as a tribute, a peek-hole
view of our school and the goals it has reached for
with the unfailing guidance of our faculty.
The future-the very word is an ambiguous
aphorism. Yet 'round every corner lies a challenge
which we can meet and make something of with the
assurance of being well-prepared.
On the Outside looking In
don't question my authority!
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Tests Sr Work,
Fast on the draw!
Joe, from Lima, Peru, was on the American Youth Exchange
program. He spent his summer vacation at N.H.S. His brother
was Forrest Roberts.
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Foreign Student Rally, November 19-20
Ed, on the Y.F.U. program from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, spent
the second semester here. His sister and brother were Cyndi
and Gary Kahn.
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Fall Play .......
Biology Workshop .
Student Council ....
Kiwanis and Rotary
Delta Mu Delta . . .
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Chorus . . .
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International Club- .
Spring Play ......
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Camera Club .
Pep Club .....
Cheerleaders . . .
Activities and Organizations . . . many at NHS . . .
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staff . . . deadlines . . . hard work . . . memories
recaptured . . . finished product . . . Needle . . . cur-
rent school events . . . newsprint . . . senior edition . . .
glorious music from the choruses . . . band . . .
orchestra . . . concerts . . . festivals . . . contest . . .
ratings . . . Drama and Speech . . . successful and
varied plays . . . "breaking a legli' . . . a bouquet of
roses . . . Thespians . . . protest meeting CD . . . hard
work on and off stage' . . . actors and actresses . . .
costumes . . . make-up . . . props . . . Debate . . .
trophies . . . state honors . . . another trip to the
nationals . . . Pep Club . . . spirit and pep . . . yelling
and cheering . . . tears and sadness . . . Mother-
Daughter Banquet . . . Cheerleaders . . . throwing
fobtballs . . . waving ,pompons . . . leading cheers and
assemblies . . . new outfits . . . Delta Kappa Tau . . .
Delts . . . a scoreboard debt . dances . . . book covers
. ushers . . . stampers . . . punchers . . . physical
fitness through CRA . . . bowling . . . volleyball . . .
basketball . . . Dad's Night . . . a picnic . . . Biology
Workshop . . . microscopic discoveries . . . blood . . .
dissection . . . diligent study of life . . . Librarians . . .
checking out books . . . books . . . books . . . books . . .
DECA and Office Practice . . .jobs found for students
. success and earnings . . . experience gained . . .
Art Club . . . trip to Chicago . .1 . artistic development
. . . self-expression . . . Art Fair . . . FFA . . .judging
honors . . . high ratings . . . able to successfully culti-
vate its own farm . . . AFS and YFU join together into
the International Club . . . foreign student rally and
bus . . . new and lasting friendships . . . varied cultures
. . . Student Council . . . state honors . . . school leader-
ship . . . exchange day . . . parliamentary procedure . . .
Camera Club . . . the flash of flashbulbs . . . film . . .
developing . . . printing . . . scholastic and athletic
honor societies . . . initiations . . . informal . . . formal
. . . Delta Mu Delta HBow Dayn . . . crazy hats . . .
senior and junior boys honored by Newton service
clubs . . . dinners . . . speeches . . . extra activities and
work . . . cooperation . . . honors . . . banquets . . . bake
sales -. . . meetings . . . time-consuming . . . activities
and organizations . . .
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ueen Linda and Attendants Reign Over
Fall Play Stimulates Interest in Drama
Newton Senior High School Presents
Teach Me How To Cry
by Patricia ,loudry
Mrs. Grant . . . . . . it Sandy Smith
Miss Robson .... ..... J acci Chesshire
Melinda Grant . . . . it Jane Schnathorst
Polly Fisher . . . . . . Paula Dean Paschal
Bruce Mitchell . . . . . Robert Matthias
Anne 4 ......... .... M ary Matkov
Eleanor ........ ..... C indie Rose
Will Henderson . . . .... Michael Cooley
Mrs. Henderson . . . . . '51 Sally Ratcliff
Mr. Henderson . . . . . Jim Lothe
Will defends Melinda at Parents Night when her virtue is attacked.
Will's parents try to convince him that Melinda is not a respectable girl. Polly tells her friends of her interest in obtaining the lead in the
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3rd place float "We'll Get Them In The End" by the Sophomore class.
Homecoming 1965 ends with successful dance
The Drums Roll and the C mbals Clang
The Newton High School Band began this
year,s activities with a concert at the Iowa
During the football season, the uMarching
Cardinals" presented a variety of half-time
shows. They marched at Drake for the annual
Band Day, and performed at Central Col-
legeis homecoming festivities as well as
the Cardinal Relays parade and the Pella
Tulip Festival parades.
The Newton High School Band presented
their Winter Concert in February. Later in
the spring, they took part in the Quad-City
Band Festival and the All-City Bandorama.
The band presented its final performance at
Commencement, concluding a year of widely
ALL STATE-Leslie Hamilton, Linda Bebout, Dave Beard, Jack Dennis-
ton, Vicki Henry.
OFFICERS-Row One: Dave Van Dalen, senior representative, Cathy Cox, junior
representative, Martha Herbold, sophomore representative. Row Two: Ted
Newton, president, Dave Beard, vice-president, Jane Wallace, treasurer, Debby
Row One: Deborah Cope, Jacci Chesshire, Sue Owens, Ann
Guthrie, Bonnie Nelson, Pat Rucker. Row Two: Darlene
Bower, Mary Kreager, Greg Rivers, Ralph Agar, Judy Johnson,
Judy Horn, Jane Penny, Marie Lickey, Nancy Soderblom,
Bob Smith. Row Three: Vicki Henry, Beth Paschal, Martha
Herbold, Bill McDaniels, Jane Miller, Howard Bond, Linda
Buckley, Cathy Cox, Julie Schakel..
Assistants to director
Stage Manager . . .
Costume Mistress . . .
Properties Mistress .
Advance Ticket Sales
House . . .
Make-up . . .
Penny Nevins t
Connie De Penning
Rhonda Van Voorst
Chris Holland, Mary
. . . . Bill Weldon
. . ..... Bob Hill
. . . . Lynda Lindsey
. . . . Carol Wickett
. . . . Ann McAnly, Elaine Rowe
. . . Sharon Burdick, ,Ian Page,
Kathy Shepard, Cyndi Kahn
. . . Linda Probasco
. . . . . Connie Snook
Peggy Ver Schuur
Students at the dance discuss the new boy Will, and Melinda
Will discovers Melinda can cry, and tells her tears are all right Miss Robson calls at the Grant home to persuade Melinda's mother
but she must let them flow if they are to do any good. to let Melinda take part in the spring play.
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Row One: ,Linda Lowe, Nancy Nearmyer, Debbie Cope, Linda Buckley. Row Two: Susan Dolder,
Jana Jarlllley, Barb Benson, Judy Horn, Denise Bricker.
Row One: Mike' Cooley, Beth Paschal, Vicki Henry, Howard Bond, Wayne Eaton, David Van Dalen, Curtis Peterson, Gary Britson, Larry White,
David Brown, Denny Cleaver. Row Two: Susan Miller, Dan McPherren, Jim F ailor, Julie Schakel, Cathy Cox, .lane Wallace, Pat Rucker, Cindy
Murphy, Cheryl Sloan, .lane Behrens, Rita Reinheimer, Pat Godwin, Ted Newton, Director. Row Three: Harvey Woody, Ray Meredith, Dan
Coffey, Lee Gause, Kris Hermsen, Leslie Hamilton, JoAnne Van Zomeren, Linda Bebout, Darlene Bower, Linda Brindza. Row Four: ,Ioan Zeller,
.loan DeGreef, Joyce Finn, Perry Tharp, Bob Smith, Ralph Agar, Mary Ellen Kreager, Martha Meredith, Carol Ashby. Row F we: David Beard,
.lohn Welle, Joe Keller, Jim Gardner, .lack Denniston, William Hesson.
As ur Band Performs Throu hout the Year
DIVISION I-Row One: Cathy Cox, Jane Wallace, Mary Kreager, Beth Paschal, Vicki Henry. Row Two:
Karen Quinn, Diane Adams, Denise Bricker, Judy Horn, Nan Schroeder, Ann Bridenstine. Row Three: Joan
De Greef, Joyce Finn, Kristy Hermsen, Deborah Cope, Jo Anne Van Zomeren, Julie Schakel, Darlene Bower.
Row Four: Cinda Wormley, Leslie Hamilton, Debbie Grout, Kathy Gilpin, Rondi Burke, Linda Bebout, Karen
Paschal, Barb Klein, Martha Meredith. Row Five: Pat Godwin, Brenda Larson, Jeff Simon, Wayne Eaton,
Curtis Peterson, Dave Van Dalen, Gary Britson, Ted Newton. Row Six: Jim Gardner, Lee Gause, Dan Coffey,
Dave Beard, Bill Hesson, Ray Meredith, Mike Cooley, Howard Bond, Jack Dennison.
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Row One: Linda Bebout, Karen Paschal, Deborah Grout, Carol Rinehart, Cinda Wormley, Connie Steenhoek, Denise Bricker, Ann Bridenstine.
Row Two: Rondi Burke, Kathy Gilpin, Jo Anne Van Zomeren, Linda Lowe, Leslie Hamilton, Martha Meredith, Jane Behrens, Mary Ann Lust,
Connie Schrader, Linda Sehakel, Kristy Hermsen, Diana Ayers, Joan De Greef, Perry Tharp, Joyce Finn. Row Three: Cynthia Murphy, Susie
Dickerson, Linda Spain, Linda Brindza, Jeff Simon, Nancy Nearmyer, Fritz Stecker, Larry Epsy, Dan Cleaver, Jana Fahrney, Dan McPherren,
David Priaulx, Jim Faildr, Curtis Peterson, Dave Brown, Dave Van Dalen, Gary Britson, Wayne Eaton, Ted Newton. Row Four: Cheryl Sloan,
Susan Harned, Chris Bailey, Rita Reinheimer, Mary Kaye Langford, Barb Benson, Diane Adams, Joan Zeller, Doug Shur, Ann Rutledge, Pat
Godwin, Susan Dolder, Larry White, Karen Sille, Brenda Larson, Nan Schroeder, Dan Coffey, Harvey Woody, Jane Wallace, Ray Meredith,
Lee Gause, Row Five: Jack Denniston, Jim Gardner, Joe'Keller, Mike Clark, Dave Talbot, Wes Rodvik, John Welle, Jerry McGowen, Bill Hesson,
Dave Beard, Mr. Cook.
tudent ouncll Promotes Understanding
Between Schools Through Exchange Days
Row One: Ed Vilmar, Merv Michalow, Linda Fane, Tom Vickers, Tom Shives, Greg Thielmann, Ted Newton, Barb Townsend, Craig
Thorson, Susan Dolder. Row Two: Margaret Schutty, Krystyna OKrent, Ellen Singer, Jane Wallace, Mary Jo Girdner, Marcia'Gralnek,
Ronna Hawkins, Nancy Roewert, Joe Owens, Stan Clement, Steve Simpson. Row Three: Linda Wheeler, Wendy Kono, Barb Schultz,
Barb Klein, Nan Schroeder, Linda Schakel, Howard Bond, Larry Elliot, Mike Thielmann, Denny Hanson, Tom Risdal. Row Four:
Alice Eilander, Rickie Strickland, Steve Rhodes, Joe Avila, Jon Wormley, Carl Perntz, Mike McConeghey, Harry Morgan, J ay Steven-
son, Donn Singer. Row Five: Cathy Cox, Julie Livingston, Pat Godwin, Pat Schomer, Steve Vermillion, John Stiles, Denny lfarver,
John Morgan, Jim Kyte,Joe Ross, Bryce Parsons.
Under the guidance of Mr. Van Langen,
the Student Council worked toward promoting
better understanding between schools. This
was done by having an exchange day with
Cedar Rapids Jefferson, and by sending
representatives to the State Student Council
election. Tom Vickers was elected state
vice-president. Much work was put forth toward
the senior 4'Night on the Town", with indi-
vidual committees formed for the various
activities and preparations.
Tom Shives, president, Mr. Van Langen, advisor, Tom Vickers, vice-president,
Greg Thielmann, secretary.
"Multiple Alleles and the Effect on
Mouse Coat Colorf,
Biology Research is designed for students who
wish to do individual study in the laboratory.
Under the direction of Mrs. Sarah Brown, the
aim of this program is learning lab techniques,
completing meaningful records, searching
through literature and abstracts, carrying through
with a research problem, and writing a paper.
Students work individually and receive no grade
or public awards, but are motivated only by
interest and desire for knowledge.
As an outgrowth of this program, Chris Blyth
will go to Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor,
Maine and Mike Huston to Louisiana State
College for the summer. Eric Gasperis research
paper was presented at the Junior Academy of
Science and will be published in the 1966
'Tungi of Dutch Elm Disease
LARRY VERSTEEGH and
"Radiation Effect on Various Mouse Tissue."
ERIC GASPER and GEORGE BROWN
"Observation of the Effect of the Fluoride Ion upon
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"Gene Location of Drosophila Chromo-
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Row One: 'Rod Simpson, Craig Thorson, Patrick Kelly. Row
Two: Ted Newton, David McConeghey, Bruce Anderson. Row
Three: Tim Onnen, Tom Vickers, Larry Elliott, John Stiles.
Row Four: Steve Vermillion, ,I ay Stevenson, Tom Lightner, Tom
Shives, Dave Harding. Row Five: Ron Green, Dave Clement.
Row One: Mike Thielmann, Howard Bond, Denny Hanson, Bob Skow, David Cumming, Tom Farver, Stan Clement, Steve Gilliam, Steve Simp-
son. Row Two: Mike Sisco, Bill Kaldenburg, Bill Van Dyke, Tom Risdal, Dave Van DH-len, HHUY M0fgaf1, Bob Matthlasv Mike Mcconegheyv
Merv Michalow. '
Delta Kappa Tau Serves ur School Well
This year has been another busy one for the
Delts. The main objective has been a continua-
tion of the effort to pay off the scoreboard
debt. Several dances have been held through-
out the year as well as the sale of book covers,
Steve Vermillion, treasurer, Tom Shives, president, Mike McConeghey
vice-president, Tom Vickers, secretary.
Row One: Edwardo Vilmar, Tim Onnen, Tom Vickers, Mike McConeghey, Tom Shives, Steve Vermillion, Bruce Anderson, Bill
Kaldenberg. Row Two: Steve Simpson, Stan Clement, Steve Rhodes, Tom Risdal, Merv Michalow, Craig Thorsen, Carl Perntz, John
Krueger. Row Three: Chuck Kyte, Steve Loupee, Jeff Smoot, Gregg Crews, ,lim Kyte, Steve Snook, Roger Simpson, Bob Skow, Dave
McConeghey, Bill'Van Dyke. Row Four: Denny Walker, Donn Singer, Joe Ross, Mike Grosvenor, Ron Green, Gary Johnson, Dave
Clement, Harry Morgan, Jay Stevenson, Denny Hanson.
Special Activities 81 Sports Fill Year For G.R.A.
OFFICERS-Mrs. Reed, advisor, Bette Selbher, secretary, Deb McKay,
vice-president, Kathy Shepard, newsletter chairman, Linda Wheeler, president.
G.R.A. has had an active and successful year
filled with special activities and sports. Head-
ing the list of sports were basketball, volleyball,
trampoline, and softball. Emphasis was placed
on special activities including Dad's Night,
selling 6'turtles", dances, hayrides, ninth grade
night, the installation picnic, and the Ice
Follies in Des Moines.
Special recognition was given to members at
the close ofthe year for their significant con-
tributions for the bettering of the organization.
Awards were decided on the basis of earned
The 1965-66 members extend their special
thanks to their sponsor, Mrs. Reed, and hope
for an even more successful year in '67.
1 Students Honored in Delta Mu Delta
Delta Mu Delta, Newton High School's
chapter of the National Honor Society,
welcomed thirty-five seniors and eighteen
juniors into its ranks this year. Member-
ship is based on scholarship, leadership,
character, and service. Everyone selected
this year has maintained at least a 3.0
average. Bow Day and the formal and
informal initiations are the highlights
of the Delta Mu Delta year. Officers
are selected on the basis of rank in the
graduating class. Serving this year are
Linda Bebout, president, Jim Lothe,
vice-president: David Beard, secretary:
and Nancy Roewert, treasurer.
Row One: Betty Burch, Chris Blyth, ,lane Wallace, Ellen Singer, Sally Ratcliff.
Row Two: Eugene Steenhoek, Robert Barr, Cathy Cox, Kathy Byers, Ann Onnen,
Calvin Holmquist. Row Three: John Matthias, Robert Hill, Scott Mace, Pat Kelly,
Ron Masters, Wayne Eaton. Absent: Steve Rollins.
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Row One: Ronna Hawkins, Linda Kreager, ,loan Livengood, Linda Bebout, Jim Lothe, Judy Horn, Mary Ann Lust, Alicia Conn. Row Two: Loretta
Swalwell, Ann Hoover, Debby Grout, Nan Schroeder, Martha Meredith, Betty Holub, Mary Havard, Alinda Urias, Ranae Dick. Row Three: Denise
Bricker, Ellen Oliver, Debby McKay, Delores Verwers, Linda Knopf, Crystal Arnold, Twyla Altenhofen, Nancy Roewert, Marcia Gralnek. Row
Four: Leslie Hamilton, Tom Farver, Danny Skokan, Dave Myers, Ann Bridenstine, Catherine Wendt, Sherman Hayes, George Brown, Marcia
Brown. Row Five: Mike Thielmann, David Beard, Ted Newton, Tom Shives, Steve Gilliam, Forrest Roberts, Dave Van Dalen, Fred Scott, Linda
Schakel. Row Six: Jane Schnathorst, Paula Synhorst, Bruce Anderson, Harry Morgan, Bob Matthias, Mike McConeghey, Bill Van Dyke. Absent:
Dave Cumming, Bill Brain.
Row One: Nancy Roewert, Jim Lothe, Sandy Smith. Row Two: Rosa Braley, Mary Ann Golinvaux, Chris Holland, Mary Jane Benac, Sandi
Hawkins, Kathy Shepard, Paula Paschal, Debby Grout, Marcia'Gralnek. Row Three: Robert Hill, Nancy Kooistra, Jan Page, Sally Ratcliff,
Jacci Chesshjre, Linda Probasco, Cindi Rose, Mary Matkov, Jane Schnathorst, Ann McAnly, Bruce Anderson. ROW FOUTI Bill Weldon, Dave
McConeghey, James Ashcraft, Bob Matthias, Tom Ferguson, Jim Griffin, Dave Cummings, Gary Britson, Steve Gilliam.
Thespians Present 66Little Women"
During the year Thespian Troupe 995377 engaged
in a variety of activities. They participated in a new
venture in theatre for NHS-the arena style presen-
tation of 4'Little Women', on the gym floor with
the audience seated around the set. Other activities
include the presentation of trophies at a Spring
Banquet Dinner. Officers for this year's troupe Were:
Jim Lothe, president, Nancy Roewert, vice-president,
Sandy Smith, secretary. Thespian members were
active leaders in all productions and performed well
at individual event contests.
GRA members entertain fathers at Dad's Night.
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Always time for fun!
Many hours of bouncing enjoyment, Girls engage in a game of softball at annual GRA
Art lub Views Famous Art Work in Chicago
Row One: Mark Woofter, Debby Auten, Donna Sandrock, Chris Wade, Judy Gearhart, Sandy Thomas, Lucretia Richards, Jean Revell,
.lane Priaulx, Karen Preston. Row Two: Joe Owens, Pam Morgan, Susan Brock, Carol Morgan, Terri Snook, Sally Ratcliff, Mary
Matkov, Marilyn Landwier, Roberta Clement, Linda Beitel, Pat Ferber, Sharon Burkland, Marchell Jackson, Marcella Damman,
Cindy Rivers, Nancy Hoen, Beth Madison, Mr. Downs.
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The Art Club exists for the benefit of those N I '
whose interests in art lie beyond the classroom. ,in .ini i
It accomplishes much in giving a student a more if :ff
well-rounded and first-hand knowledge of art 1'C::"
history and contemporary art, as well as helping ' 1 "QQ:
each student to form his own opinions. "Nl ' " ' ' " 'L
This year, one of the main objectives of the
Art Club was to raise 3600 for a weekend trip
to visit Chicago's Museum of Natural Sciences
and Industries and the art museum. The members
had an opportunity to view many famous paint-
ings and visit the quaint galleries.
The Art Club members exhibited their work
at the annual SCI Art Fair where it was evaluated,
these evaluations presented to them a clearer i
picture of their own art achievements.
OFFICERS-Terri Snook, vice-president, Donna Sandrock, secretary, Sally
Ratcliff, treasurer, Debby Auten, president.
Drama Students Strive for Excellence
,Crews take a look at some of the costumes and props necessary for children's
Play readings from "Romeo and Juliet" and "The Taming of the
Shrew" -J im Lothe, Nancy Roewert.
Une act play, "The Pot Boiler", presented at contest and to the Newton
Oral interpretation: ,Ian Page, Mary Matkov, Sally
Division I winners at IHSSA: Jan Page, Chris
Holland, Cindy Rose, Jim Lothe, Nancy Roewert.
Chorus Participates in Concerts, Festivals,
Row One: Connie Coomer, Joan Lukavsky, Andrea Wing, Linda Knopf, Alice Stivers, Brenda Larson, Connie Duffus, Leslie Hamilton,
Loretta Swalwell, Barb Schultz. Row Two: Beth Paschal, Linda McGowen, Barb Johnson, Dixie Nichol, Linda Kreager, Krystyna OKrent,
Sherman Hayes, Chris Wade, Tom Lightner, Jim Griffin. Row Three: Karen Quinn, Kathy Countryman, Linda Bebout, Julie Livingston,
Marla Deppe, Mike Duffus, Nolin Kelsey, Jim Ashcraft, Mike Grosvenor, Bob Hodgson. Row Four: Linda Probasco, Sally Ratcliff,
Mary Burkhardt, Phil Abbott, Danny Jackson, Dave McConeghey, Fred Scott, Jim Stivers, Bill Hesson, Dave Talbot.
OFFICERS -Barb Townsend, Mike Duffus, librarians, Alicia
Conn, secretary-treasurer, Connie Snook, publicity, Sherman
Hayes, secretary-treasurer, Martha Meredith, president, Jim
Lothe, Delores Verwers, vice-presidents.
DIVISION I RATINGS-Row One: Dixie Nichol, Nancy Kooistra, Andrea
Wing. Row Two: Jim Ashcraft, Alicia Conn.
Row One: Karen Berka, George Moon, Barb Benton, Barb Town-
send. Row Two: Danny Mohler, Mr. Parson.
The D.E.C.A. Club of 1966 was busy with money
making projects and out-of-town trips. At the begin-
ning of the year, the club sold doughnuts before
school and during the lunch periods to raise money for
the officers to attend the Delegate Assembly which
was held in November.
The club also sold chocolate bars to earn money
to pay the expenses at the State Leadership Con-
ference, which was held in March. All D.E.C.A.
variety of contests.
Barb Townsend was elected D.E.C.A. Sweet-
heart by the D.E.C.A. members.
The year's activities were concluded with the
traditional D.E.C.A. breakfast held to honor the
Mr. Steve Parson was the D.E.C.A. co-ordinator
and the backbone of the organization.
the conference, entering a
D.E.C.A. Students Acquire ,I ob Experience and
a Wide Knowledge of Selling Techniques
Row One: Barb Benton Roberta Clement, Row Two: Marie Swain, Janice Blackledge, Donna Cox, Karen Berka, Shellie Hindman, Kathleen
l Th D ne Versteegh, Steve Wells, George Moon, Marty Stone, Danny Mohler,
Hedges, Barb Townsend, Betsy Jones, Dixie Logue. Row Veer U3
Larry Backus, Carl Repp, Randal Robinson, Tom McKinney, Terry Vander Leest, Bill Brain, Jim Couper, Darrell Astelle.
Bass, Baritone, Tenor, Join in Song
Row One: Mike Duffus, Chris Wade, Sherman Hayes, Tom Lightner, Jim Griffin, Danny Coffey, Lee Gause, Donovan Vvallace.
Row Twof Danny Jackson, Nolan Kelsey, Mike Grosvenor, John Matthias, Bob Hodgson, Melvin Cranston, Jack Denniston, .Ion
Wormley, Ray Meredith, Gary Britson. Row Three: Phil Abbott, Jim Stivers, Dave McConeghey, Fred Scott, Jim Ashcraft, Bill
Hesson, Dave Talbot, Doug Nicol, Bob Matthias, Jim Lothe, Howard Bond.
Row One: Phil Abbott, librarian, Danny Coffee, librarian, Bob
,Matthias, secretary, Howard Bond, president, Mike Grosvenor,
and Contests Under the D1P6Ctl0H of Mr. Elllott
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Row One: Chris Holland, Jenny Van Sickle, Alinda Urias, Mary Matkov, Connie Braley, Sherry Albee, Debbie Jones, Linda Lowe,
Connie Snook, Denise Bricker. Row Two: Ray Meredith, Danny Coffey, Donovan Wallace, Delores Verwers, Carol Ashby-, Martha Mere-
dith, Barb Klein, Linda Ringgenberg, Cindy Murphy, Cathy Cox. Row Three: John Matthias, Lee Cause, Jack Denniston, Gary Britson,
Jon Wormley, Joan Livengood, Shelley Wehrle, Barb Townsend, Alicia Conn. Row Four: Melvin Cranston, Doug Nicol, Bob Matthias,
Jim Lothe, Howard Bond, Jane WaHace, Ellen Singer, Anne Onnen.
ACCOMPANISTS-Seated: Martha Meredith. Standing
Jane Wallace, Beth Paschal, Linda Bebout, Ray Meredith
Dan CoffeY, .lohn Matthias, Mr. Charles Elliot, Director
ALL STATE QUARTET-Dixie Nichol, Jim Ashcraft, .lim Lothe, COUIUC
Snook. Ray Meredith, Accompanist.
OFFICERS: Laurisa Sellers, vice-president, Wayne Benac presj-
dent: Nancy. Kooistra, secretary. Row Two: Tammy Gifalnek
?h2i:0n BUfd1Ck, N-SIHCY MpConeghey, Ann Rutledge, Marchell
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DOUBLE MIXED QUARTET: Greg Thielman, Dale Conklin BOYS QUARTET. B b S - h B Z -
Nancy Kooistra, Tammy Gralnek, Ann Rutledge, Da 'd B Z H W d D i 0 mn i mee- agomlalil James Gardner'
Dave Wessel, Betty Selbher. Seated: Bonnie Nelson. V1 mwn D:ilcIlCyonkl1ili1.y, ave Brown' Tom lol-HS. Seated' Greg Thlelmaml,
Row One: Bette Selbher Jennifer McCracken, Janice Page, Maureen Gertsma, Jane Miller, Joyce Carlsen, Tammy Gralnek, Jo Anne Van
Zomeren, Elizabeth Veber, Sharon Burdick, Susan Riggs. Row Two: Linda Buckley, Bonnie Nelson, Karen Sille, Jana Fahrney, Beth Hoover,
Patricia Godwin, Marcia Henning, Cinda Wormley, Janet Blight, Connie Steenhoek. Row Three: Beverly De Boom, Martha Herbold, Rosslyn
Thurman, Carol Rinehart, Linda Spain, Laurisa Sellers, Karen Paschal, Charlotte Taylor, Kathy Gilpin, Regina Wallace, Lucinda Birkenholz.
R d R ll J lj G 'er Mar Eversman Janet Meisner,
Row Four: Sally Cronin, Gloria Leonard, Pat Rucker, Penny Nevins, Alberta Jaimes, an a usse , u e T1 , y ,
Dana Swalwell, Nancy McConeghey, Ann Rutledge. Row F ive: Nancy Kooistra, Linda March, Greg Thielmann, Dale Conklin, Dick Schroeder,
Frank McKeehan, Dave Wessel, Jim Gardner, Sue Fritz, Marchell Jackson. Row Six: Bruce Zagorniak, Bob Smith, Wayne Benac, Don Burkhardt,
Harvey Woody, Bill Shaw, Ralph VanderZy1, David Brown, Tom Jorrls, Danny Sutphm, John Welle.
Girls Glee Says It with Music
Row One: Loretta Swalwell, librarian, Connie Coomer,
SeCfetafY- R010 Two: Jeryl Castonguay, librarian, Shelley
Wehrle, president, Jane Schnathorst, vice-president, Alinda
Row One: Joan Lukavsky, Mary Adams, Dixie Nichol, Brenda Larson, Connie Duffus, Sherryl Grass, Alice Stivers, Andrea Wing, Linda McGowen,
Barbara Johnson. Row Two: Becky Connor, Connie Braley, Beth Paschal, Linda Bebout, Linda Probasco, Sally Ratcliff, Connie Coomer, Linda
Knopf, Karen Quinn, Julie Livingston. Row Three: Terry Snook, Shelley Wehrle, Jenny Van Sickle, Barb Klein, Martha Meredith, Carol Ashby,
Cathy Cox, Delores Verwers, Barb Townsend, Lora Holdsworth, Krystyna OKrent. Row Four: Christine Blyth, Willa Kreager, Jan Birkenholz,
Denise Bricker, Linda Lowe, Mary Burkhardt, Marla Deppe, Jane Schnathorst, Linda Kreager, Chris Holland. Row Five: Kathy O'Brien, Sheila
McDermott, Sherry Albee, Kathy Sharp, Jeryl Castonguay, Ann Onnen, Debbie Jones, Cindy Murphy, Alinda Urias, Alicia Conn, Mary Matkov.
Row Six: Kathy Countryman, Pat Schomer, Barb Schultz, Connie Snook, Linda Riggenberg, Wyvonne Tool, Jane Wallace, Ellen Singer, Loretta
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Herbold, Sophomore, Linda Knopf, Senior.
STATE PUBLIC SPEAKING
Row One: Dave Clement, sentinel, Dan DeGreef, treasurer, Melvin Cranston, assistant secretary.
Row Two: Bill Pauls, secretary, Dave Van Dalen, president, Stan Clement, reporter. Not Pzctured-
Steve Hesson, vice-president.
SENIOR MADRIGAL-Row One: Linda Knopf, Alice Stivers,
Connie Snook. Row Two: Barb Townsend, Alicia Conn, Delores
Verwers. Row Three: Karen Quinn, Mike Duffus, Sherman Hayes,
Martha Meredith. Row Four: Fred Scott, Bob Matthias, .lim
Lothe, Howard Bond, .Ion Wormley.
The Mixed Chorus of 1965-66 had a large
schedule of activities. Among the highlights of
these, were the Thanksgiving and Christmas concerts.
The Christmas concert, consisting of various types
of music, featured an oratorio as well as other
religious groups. Small groups and soloists did well
at State Contest, and the Quad-Cities Vocal Festival
at Marshalltown proved to be a success.
JUNIOR SEXTET-Row One: .loan Lukavsky, Brenda Larson
Barb Schultz. Row Two: Carol Ashby, Anne Onnen, Linda Probasco
SENIOR SEXTET-Row One: Karen Quinn, Alice Stivers, Leslie
Hamilton. Row Two: Linda Knopf, Barb Townsend, Connie Snook.
The spring concert consisted of selections by the
chorus, glee clubs, and madrigals along with selec-
tions from the orchestra. A dance medley of sixteen
high school dancers choreographed by Mr. Bill
Hartman closed the program.
Again this year the mixed chorus' final appear-
ance Was at graduation exercises. All activities added
up to be a very successful year.
JUNIOR MADRIGAL -Row One: ,loan Lukavsky, Linda McCowen,
Debbie Jones. Row Two: Andrea Wing, Phil Abbott, Ellen Singer.
Row Three: Carol Ashby, Dan Coffey, Ray Meredith, Cathy
Cox. Row Four: Melvin Cranston, ,lim Ashcraft, Bill Hesson,
John Matthias, Jack Denniston.
Newton Forensic Students End Season As They
The winning of two individual events STATE CHAMPIONKTITLES enabled the Newton Forensics Depart-
ment to enter contestants in the National Speech Tournament of the National Forensic League for the seventh
consecutive year. Tom Shives was named State Champion in original oratory competition and Steve Rollins won his
honor in the N.F.L. boyis extemporaneous speaking contest. These honors made possible the attendance at the
National Contest held at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque in June.
These State Champion honors were backed by a long season of hard work and effort by the many students
participating in Newton Highis Forensic program. Listed below are the highlights of the approximate six month
National Forensic League officers were elected:
president, Debby Grout, vice president, Steve
Rollins, treasurer, Richard Edwards, publicity
chairman, Jim Ashcraftg and secretary, Pat
Steve Rollins won first place in boy's extem-
poraneous speaking at the third annual Univer-
sity of Omaha tournament. Rollins and debate
partner Richard Edwards won a fourth place
debate trophy at the same tournament.
Varsity debaters Marcia Gralnek, Bill Van
Dyke, Debby Grout and Tom Shives placed fourth
at the University of Iowa's annual Iowa High
School Forensic Conference. Newton Com-
petitors won the first of three 1965-66 SWEEP-
STAKES TROPHIES at the State College of
Iowa held Brindley Forensics Conference.
Those participating were Marcia Gralnek, Debby
Grout, Tom Shives, who won a second place
individual sweepstakes trophy, and Bill Van Dyke.
Also attending were Richard Edwards, .lim
Griffin, Scott Mace, and Steve Rollins. Winning
a second place debate trophy at the Fifth Annual
University of Minnesota High School Debate
Tournament were Marcia Gralnek, Bill Van Dyke,
Richard Edwards, and Steve Rollins.
Newton's highly regarded MIDWEST SPEECH
AND DEBATE TOURNAMENT was held for the
fifth consecutive year and 24- Midwest schools
attended. Steve Rollins won a second place boy's
extemporaneous speaking trophy. The second
SWEEPSTAKES WIN of the season was accom-
plished at the 30th Annual Coe College Invita-
tional Tournament held in Cedar Rapids. New-
ton's entrants included first place extemporaneous
speaking winner, Steve Rollins, and Gary Britson,
Richard Edwards, and Paula Paschal, all juniorsg
and seniors, Marcia Gralnek, Debby Grout, Tom
Shives, and Bill Van Dyke. Bill Van Dyke won
second place in boy's extemporaneous speaking
in the Omaha-Marian High School Speech
Junior varsity debaters Jim Griffin, Richard
Edwards, Ron Masters, and Steve Rollins won
first place at the Fourth Annual Wahlert High
School Debate Tournament held in Dubuque.
Tom Shives and Steve Rollins won their State
Champion titles in oratory and boy's extempora-
neous speaking and were certified on to the
National Forensic League national contest held
in June. Newton speakers captured their THIRD
SWEEPSTAKES Trophy by winning the N.F.L.
tournament sweepstakes award. Other students
receiving fine rankings were Bill Van Dyke,
Richard Edwards, and Dramatics Student Sally
Ratcliff. Twelve Division Ps were won by the
Newton junior and senior high drama and forensic
students in the State Finals of the Iowa High
School Speech Association. Richard Edwards
placed second in extemporaneous speaking at
the J -Hawk Invitational Speech Tournament held
in Cedar Rapids.
Newton's varsity debaters placed third in the
Iowa High School Forensic League State Finals.
Steve Rollins won a National Forensic gold
plaque for his outstanding performance in one of
the sections of the Student Congress.
1965-66 TROPHY WINNERS -Row One: Steve Rollins. Debby Grout, Marcia Gralnek, Chris Holland, Paula Paschal.
Row Two: Gary Britson, Jim Griffin, Sally Ratcliff, Scott Mace, Tom Shives, Bill Van Dyke, Rlchafd EdW3fdS, R011
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an ther Activities
The Newton FFA chapter offers its members
through its intra-curricular activities, opportunities
to supplement regular classroom instruction. The
primary aim of the organization is to aid in the
development of leadership, cooperation, and citizen-
ship through participation in its program of work.
This year the chapter is composed of seventy
members. The major activities completed include the
sponsoring of a parent-son banquet, competing in the LIVESTOCK AND MEAT JUDCING TEAM
state dairy, livestock, and meat contest, state FFA Robert Hill, Tim Etter, and Mike Lister
public speaking contests, cooperatively farming 72
acres of land, and attending the state and national ee
Tom Guthrie won the state public speaking
contest and will represent Iowa in the central
regional final at Kansas City in October. Dan DeGreef
was named star district farmer of the south central
district and two other senior members, Steve Hesson
and Dave Van Dalen also received the Iowa Farm
degree. ln meat judging the team of Tim Etter,
Robert Hill, and Mike Lister received second place
in the state contest.
DAIRY JUDGING TEAM
Tim Etter, Robert Hill, Melvin Cranston, and Lloyd Machin
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' ' Me er, Don En e, Rand Grimes, Tom Henning, Tim Etter, ,lohn Welle, Gary Ryther, Scott
Hfzil:rl1r2eli?lyT1Dner?rziislSl3lrdbE:2?rfllenelSnook. RowglTw0: Roy, Schultz, Gary Towembly, Danny Hobbs, .lim Patterson, Nick Hind-
man, ,lim Anderson, Tom Guthrie, Robert Hill, Burt Guthrie, Paul Johnson, David Copine. Row Three: Ray Finely, Lyle
Purvis, Larry Streeter, Joe Dodge, Jim Wasson, ,lim Gardner, Jack Ferguson, Larry Purvis, David Hobbs, Dennis Manley.
Row Four: Mike Beukema, Kirk Quinn, Dave Davis, Dean Schutte, Eddie Eilander, Steve Etter. Jim Van Engelenburg,
,lim Failor, Terry Van Baalen. Row Five: Rodney Meyer, DannY Jackson, HOW- GUTTQCS, Jim Cfandeui Steve Balblami DOH
Vander Putte, Lloyd Machin, ,lim Valentine, Dave Dammon, ,lim Jenkins, Mike Lister, Danny Machin, Gary Altemeler,
Larry Birkenholtz, Stan Allspach.
STUDENT CONGRESS PARTICIPANTS-Row
One: Steve Rollins. Row Two: Debby Grout,
Marcia Gralnek. Row Three: Bill Van Dyke,
Richard Edwards, Tom Shives.
VARSITY DEBATERS-Marcia Gralnek, Debby Grout,
Bill Van Dyke, Tom Shives.
SOPHOMORE DEBATE STUDENTS-Row One: Karen Paschal,
Rondi Burk, Pat Godwin, Laurisa Sellers. Row Two: Greg Thiel-
mann, David Updegraff, Michael Huston, Fritz Stecker, Steve
Crawford, Tom Jorris.
JUNIOR DEBATE STUDENTS-Row One: Paula Paschal, .lim
Ashcraft. Row Two: Gary Britson, Scott Mace, Jim Griffin, Ron
Masters, Rich Edwards, Mr. William Olmsted.
Head for ationals for 7th Consecutive Year
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE-Row One: Rich Edwards, Pat Godwin, Debby Grout, Steve Rollins, Mr. Kruse. Row Two:
Rondi Burk, Mary Ann Golinvaux, Chris Holland, Sandy Smith, Paula Paschal, Marcia Gralnek, ,lane Schnathorst. Row Three:
Fritz Stecker, Greg Thielmann, Lauiisa Sellers, Karen Paschal, Nancy Roewert, Sally Ratcliff, Mary Matkov, Jim Griffin. Row
Four: Michael Huston, Scott Mace, Bill Van Dyke, Tom Shives, Gary Britson, Ron Masters, Dave Cumming, James Ashcraft.
PARTICIPANTS IN I.H.S.F.L. STATE FINALS-Row One: Tom Jorris, Sally
Ratcliff, Debby Grout, Marcia Gralnek, Paula Paschal, Mary Matkov. Row Two:
Ron Masters, Steve Rollins, Tom Shives, Bill Van Dyke, .lim Griffin, Richard
Edwards, Gary Britson.
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STATE N.F.L. CHAMPIONS-Steve Rollins,
Boy's Extemporaneous Speaking, Tom Shives,
N.F.L. SWEEPSTAKES PLAQUE AND
N.F.L. DISTRICT PARTICIPANTS-Row
One: Tom Shives, Nancy Roewert, Sally
Ratcliff, Paula Paschal, Chris Holland, Steve
Rollins. Row Two: Gary Britson, Jim Ashcraft,
Bill Van Dyke, Richard Edwards.
Strings, Woodwinds, Percussion, and Brass
DIVISION I WINNERS-Row One: Martha M d'th J li S ' Ali d U ' '
Smith, Connie Braley, Ranae Dick. Row Two: Dalfll-:file Bowlelr,eTi1i1N 1I'Iaeiii, Mallyalo Eiai?i,nelc:l,IIdKln llllflilig
Huston, Mike Kelly, Danny Skokan, Kathy Byers, ,lack Denniston, Linda McGowen. ,
H l ' t J h Keller, Tim Ham, Kathy
Row One: Julie Switzer Ranae Dick, Mike Huston Mike Kelly, Linda Bebout, Linda Lowe, Calvin o mquis , o n
Byers. Row Two: Alinda Urias, Nan Smith, Joyce Farland, Carol Skokan. Row Three: Danny Skokan, Jon Miller, Alberta Jaimes, Marcia Ander-
son, Cinda Wormley, Carol Rinehart, Leslie Hamilton, Karen Quinn, Martha Meredith, Barb Klein, Mary Ellen Kreager. Row Four: Connie Braley,
' D ff P G d ' D na Cobbs. Row Five: Linda Ringgenberg, Marsha Jaimes. Row Six: Mr. Burton, Vicki Henry, Cathy Cox, Howard
Connie u us, at o win, on
D C ff D eVan Dalen, Wayne Eaton,Ted Newton, Lee Cause.
Bond, Mike Cooley, Susan Dolder, Brenda Larson, Nan Schroeder, an o ey, av
EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING-Row One: Debby Grout, Marcia Gralnek, Greg Thielmann, Bill Van
Dyke, Steve Rollins, Rich Edwards, Paula Paschal, Michael Huston, Pat Godwin.
PARTICIPANTS IN 5th ANNUAL MIDWEST
SPEECH AND DEBATE TOURNAMENT-Row
One: Gary Britson, Paula Paschal, Greg Thielmann,
Jim Griffin. Row Two: Jim Ashcraft, Ron Masters,
Rich Edwards, Scott Mace, Michael Huston.
RADIO SPEAKING-Rich Edwards, Tom Shives, Ron Masters
ORIGINAL ORATORY-Gary Britson, Rich Edwards, Tom
Shives, Jim Ashcraft, Fritz Stecker.
As the most Wonderful year in my life soon is coming to its
conclusion, I would like to express my gratitude to all of you. It
is no easy task when there is so much to thank for and there is no
way in which I possibly can return all what I have experienced or
what this stay has meant to me.
Of all the things that have happened to me here, the friend-
liness and understanding you have shown me is certainly the
most important impression I can bring back with me, for what you
have done is on the most successful road to promote international
relations. To be a representative of my country has really become
a pleasant task here in Newton, because of your acceptance of me
as any young American. You have helped me so much by letting
me feel that I belonged and was a part of your life.
This feeling of being a close member of Cthej N.H.S. has come
with the atmosphere and the spirit of mourn school, something
that 'Swedes seldom experience. How wonderful wouldnit it be
to show them at home the wild pep-assemblies, the frantic yells of
the pep-club and the "dirty-corner" in a boiling gym of a basket-
ball game or the united efforts of the swimming team. Newton
Senior High School has taught me a new goal of education: learn for
life rather than for mere grades.
The faculty as the great teachers of life certainly has some-
- thing to offer their school and under the leadership of "Pop,'
Lynn I felt in fatherly hands. In the good home of the Creagans
I also felt secure and at home with a relation that will never
With a Wish of progress and luck for you all I once more
say thank you!
The past six months that I have spent in Newton has been the most won-
derful experience of my life. Everything was so different and strange those
first few days, and now I feel so much a part of it all. My accomplishments
have been many: my increased knowledge of the country, the language,
the slang fcool, tough, kooky, etc.J, 'the customs and adjusting to a different
way of life.
It is not difficult to write a farewell letter that alll can say is THANK-YOU
uPop,' Lynn, students and teachers of Newton High School and the family
with whom I stayed, the Kahns.
Remember that Brazil is a part of the America's and I'll be glad to have
any of you in Rio and reminisce the good times I had here. y
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Join in rchestral Sound
The Newton Senior High School Orchestra
began its year by playing for the fall play, "Teach
Me How To Cryn.
In February, the orchestra was busy with the
presentation of the Formal Winter Concert. They
also played for the winter production of, "Little
Womenv. ln April, the members prepared for the
state contests and participated in the annual all-
city orchestra concert. Later in the month, the
orchestra and vocal departments put on the Spring
Concert. ALL STATE-Row One: Karen Quinn, Kathy Byers. Row
During May, they traveled to Grinnell for the Tw0:Nan Smithrlulie Switzer'
Annual Quad-City Orchestra Festival, which included
Grinnell, Marshalltown, Oskaloosa, and Newton.
They ended the year by playing for Baccalaureate.
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Row One: Mary ,Io Girdner, Denny Farver,
lHCk Denniston, Darlene Bower. Row Two:
Denise Bricker, Ann Bridenstine, Peggy OFFICERS-Row One: Julie Switzer, president, Carol Skokan, sophomore
Cashman, Susan Hindman. Row Three: representative: Ranae Dick, secretary-treasurer. Row Two: Danny Skokan,
Rai' Meredith, Jane Wallace, Bonnie Camp, senior representative, Dan Coffey, vice-president, Jack Denniston, junior repre-
Andrea Wing, Linda McGowen. sentative.
.F.S. and Y.F. .-International Club
T For the first time A.F.S. and Y.F.U. have combined
into one club and are now known as the International '
This year the club entered a float in the homecoming
parade centered around our two foreign exchange students,
Mervyn Michalow and Carl Perntz. They also had their
annual foreign student rally in which foreign students
from surrounding towns came to Newton and spent
a weekend. They attended school, a basketball game,
and a Saturday morning tour conducted by the Chamber
J of Commerce of Newton.
The last event that the lnternational Club held
this year was a "Hootenanny'7.
Pictured above, foreign students attend a basketball game
during rally day. They also visited classrooms during the
day and a few saw how the annual was produced.
Row One: Krystyna O'Krent, Ann Hoover, treasurer. Nancy Rowert, vice-president, Ed Vilmar, Carl Perntz, Mervyn
Michalow, Nan Schroeder, president, Sandy Smith, secretary. Row Two: Dick Schroeder, Dave McConeghey, Loretta
Swalwell, Martha Meredith, Beth Hoover, Denise Bricker, Judy Horn, Ted Newton, Bill Van Dyke. Row Three: Joyce
Osborn, Barb Fish, Joyce Reynolds, Debby Jones, Sandi Hawkins, Kathy Shepard, Catherine Wendt, Sharon Burdick,
Vicki Henry, Jane Miller. Row Four: Carolyn Ankeney, Wanda Bayse, Chris Arnold, J acci Chesshire, Sally Ratcliff,
Linda Bebout, Jenny Van Sickle, Betty Holub, Jane Penny, Marchell Jackson, Linda Schakel. Row Five: Linda Olson,
K n Quinn, Ranae Dick, Alinda Uris, Marilyn Landwier, Alicia Conn, Joan Livingood,, Ellen Oliver, Twyla Alten-
hofen, Bev DeBoom, Mary Ellen Kreager. Row Six: Peggy Cashman, Jan Birkenholz, Jane Schnathorst, Jan Jones, Carol
Ashby Susan Caddoo, Jane Wallace, Mary Jane Benac, Rosslyn Thurman, Pat Godwin, Jennifer Mcfgracliceriil Row
d B ' d ers,
Seven:,Lori Horstman, Karen Paschal, Laurisa Sellers, Mary Ann Lust, Rita Reinheimer, Lin a rin za, an y y
Carol Wickett, Carol Rinehart, Judy Shores, Connie DePenning, Nancy McConeghey.
As my stay in Newton draws rapidly to a close, I see the most
vivid images of people and activities crowded into the shortest of
short years-a year so brim-full of pleasant memories and new and
exciting experiences, that I almost wish it were beginning again.
I feel so much a part of Newton and the Community, that I can
hardly imagine what it will be like without so many familiar faces
and things around me. Winter especially will hardly be the same
without snow, the hope of a winning basketball game, and the high-
light of a great 6'Newton Pep Assembly."
Although I will soon be a great distance from my foster town, its
wonderful hospitality and strong influence will certainly be part of
my life for all time. In one year here, I have made the sort of friends
usually made only in a lifetime, and their companionship and gener-
osity will always be remembered.
In saying goodbye to you all, it is impossible to express my grat-
itude to you in words, and my appreciation to Mr. Lynn, Mr. Van
Langen, and the faculty, and my parents CMr. 81 Mrs. Matthiasb and my
brothers fBob and Johnj for all they have done for me this year is
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Most of you don't know how much a stay in a foreign country signifies for
a student. This is without any doubt, the most exciting and wonderful experience
that one may pass through. It is the realization of many dreams and hopes. But
all this together wouldn't have the same charm, wouldn't be as great, without
your warm reception, your incessant help, your constant cheering up fespecially
before "little" unit examinationsl, your jokes, and a lot of other little things
you may not notice, but mean a lot to us. As when I was introduced to all of you
in one of the Pep Assemblies, I was so emotional that I didn't know if I was
really talking or not. I even talked in the wrong microphone, exactly the one that
wasn't working, so that most of you didn't hear me, but still, you applauded.
Words disappear when we most need them. Through two little words, I will
summarize all my gratitude for all those delightful months you gave to me: THANK
YOU My sincere thanks also to "Pop', Lynn and all the faculty members that were so comprehensive and kind
towards me, always having a good word and a smile on their lips.
My special thanks are for my host family, Mr. and'Mrs. Robert Cohn, that so beautifully managed with a
foreigner, making one feel really at home. I hope some day we will meet again.
I always wondered wh-ere you disappeared to,
Agatha. After the first year I followed your news-
paper columns -but that first year.
Good-Bye My Fancy
by Fay Kanin
Ginny Merrill . .
C larisse ........
Mary Nell ......
Telephone man . .
Grace Woods . . .
Agatha Reed . . .
Ellen Griswold .....
Prof. Birdeshaw . .
Dr. Pitt .......
James Merrill . . .
Prof Dingley. . .
Matt Cole .......
Claude Griswold .
Stage Manager. . .
Wardrobe . . .
Makeup . . .
. . . . Sandy Smith
. . . . . Nancy Kooistra
. . . .lane Schnathorst
. . . . Kathy Shepard
. . .Nancy Roewert
. . . . Gary Britson
. . . Bruce Anderson
. . . Mary ,lane Benac
. . . . Sally Ratcliff
. . . Debbie Grout
. . Alice Stivers
. . . . . Cindie Rose
. . . Nan Schroeder
. . . Pam Morgan
. . . . . .Tom Guthrie
. . . Dave McConeghey
. . . . . . Bob Matthias
. . . Dave Cumming
. . . Gary Britson
. . . . . Bill Weldon
. . . . . . Iacci Chesshire
. . Marianne Golinvaux
Miss Jeanne Formanek
. . . . . . Ann McAn1y
. . . Ginger Pleasant
And its all because of you . . . I said I was thinking
about working for the government and he said he had
plans for me -like being Mrs. Sam JOIICS.
Oh men! Organization everyone or we'll never get
this room ready for Miss Reed.
Sends Five Students Abroad
Tim Onnen spent eleven weeks with the Mrs. Hilkken Melin family in Oulu,
Finland. His family consisted of his mother, John, his oldest brother, who is 173 and
Lor-Erik, his younger brother, who is 13.
Tim's summer was highlighted by a 4- day trip to Leningrad, Russia and other
visits to Sweden, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Helsinki. His summer was truly an
interesting and enjoyable one. "Living with the Finnish people themselves, and taking
part in their-customs and traditions helps me to understand the people of the world
Judy Horn spent the summer of 1965 in Norberg, Sweden with the Wejdmark family.
She had a sister, lngela, 10, and three brothers: Mats, 11, Fredrik, 17, and Carl, 19.
More than half of her trip was spent traveling with her family through Germany, Den-
mark, and southern Sweden. Judy feels that her experience has broadened her under-
standing of other people and has given her a greater insight into world problems.
"1 will never forget all the wonderful people who helped to make my summer one of
the best of my life."
Nancy Roewert lived with the Erich von Aswegen family in Bremen Germany
for nine weeks. She enjoyed the new experiences of having a brother and a-sister,
eating yogurt and black bread, riding a bicycle eight miles to school, and sleeping in
a featherbed. Nancy can only say, ul had a wonderful summer in Germany, and I hope
to go back soon."
.leanne Shelly firmly believes that if young people from various. countries become
acquainted and become ,good friends, we have abetter chance of achieving world
peace. lt is important that we see people from various countries as warm, friendly
human beings rather than-pictures in history books and newspapers.
Jeanne spent the past summer in Granliden, Sweden, with the Seth Lofstedt
family. Her summer was spent swimming, fishing, bicycling, and sight-seeing. The
summer was quite an experience for several reasons. She lived in a small village in
an agricultural area, spoke a foreign language, and was surrounded by "strange and
Sponsored by the American Field Service, Ted Newton lived for two months ln
Osterburken, Germany with the Hermann Gehrig family. Papa's fun loving jokes,
Mama's cooking, and Hermann Jr.'s interesting teen activities made him feel at home.
Highlights of the trip were attending a German school and a week-long trip to Switzer-
land, Austria, and Bavaria. HThe German people were warm and friendly, willing
to share their beautiful country, and very similar to Americansf'
Two weeks of Ted's trip were spent with the other 650 A.F.S.ers going to Europe
and the Middle East. This was a different experience for Ted because he met out-
standing students from all fifty states and learned much about his own country.
Newtonia Captures Memorable
Row One: Catherine Wendt, Co-Editorg Loretta Swalwell, Co-Editor. Row Two:
Paula Synhorst, Copy Editorg Sandy Myers, Layout Editorg Elaine Rowe, Layout
and Art Editor.
Row One: Jan Jones, Kathy O'Brien, Sandy Owens. Row
Two: Steve Balbiani, Tom Farver, Business Manager.
Mr. Tom Turk
Candy Thompson, Joyce R6yI101dS, Kathi'
Drama Students End Successful Year
with 6Goocl-bye My Fancy,
What do you suppose she's like? She lived right here-
in this very room!
Miss Reed! We know what is best for our school and our
girls. The film will not be shown!
Welcome back Agatha Reed!
Well,l guess I have no choice, Cole. Woody make reservations.
Row One: Carol Wickett, News Editor: Mrs. Hickman, Advisor, Jeanne
Shelley, Editor. Row Two: Pat Versteegh, Circulation Manager: Lori Horst-
man, News Editor: Armenta Schroder, Business Manager.
QUILL 8: SCROLL
Row One: Armenta Schroder, Marcia Gerard, Ann Hoover,
Lori H01-Stman, Row Two: Jeanne Shelley, Rick Johnson,
Bev DeBo0m, Regina Wallace, Gloria Green, Peggy Ver-
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Pam Weston Ann Hoover, Jane Manley, Kathy Shepard, Janet Birkenholz, Sandy Rick Johnson, Linda Wheeler, Gary Borchert.
Hawkins, Julie Schrank, Marcia Gerard.
Events Around Every Corner
Linda Anderson, Dixie Nichol, Linda Kreager, Mary
Row One: Mary Lou Stewart, Dana Ellenwood. Row
Two: Sharon Damman, Teri Gooding, Shirley 7'7-
ACTIVITIES and ORGANIZATIONS
Row One: Cheryl Hanson, Connie DePenning.
Row Two: Judy Shores, Pam Conn, Rhonda
Van Voorst, Sally Craig.
Pep Club Cheers Team, 300
PEP CLUB OFFICERS
Mary Ann Lust
They Say It with Pictures
Under the direction of Mr. Carl Orthner, the
Newton High School Camera Club learned and
practiced the various phases of camera photography.
Throughout the year, the members spent many hours
taking and developing pictures. Capturing many
of the memorable events of 1966 in pictures, the
Camera Club proved to be a great aid to the Newtonia
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WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS
Kathy O'Brien, Sharon Keith, Linda Dyas, Suzan Deiters. Bette Selbher, Martha Herbold, Penny Hurtt, Cheryl Hanson
Chris Holland, Sherry Knapp, Ellen Singer, Cindy Rose, Mickie Lorenzen, Linda Wheeler.
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Swimming . . .
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Girls' Sports . . .
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victory bell pealing gloriously in your ears . . . silence
and sadness . . . teamwork and sportsmanship . . .
flaring tempers . . . strength and courage . . . pain and
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screaming crowd . . . a disappointed following . . . a
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touchdown . . . the missed field goal . . . a loss by
one stroke . . . the victory so close and yet so far . . .
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hope . . . a noisy huddle . . . a quiet bench . . . a victory
leap . . . the tear-stained face of a cheerer . . . pep
and spirit . . . another crown for Carl . . . no reward
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Dave Harding, Sam Shea, Steve Dimon, Bob Skow, Larry Elliott, Mike Sisco. Row Two: Coach Turner, Terry Ghent, Gary Altemeier, Jay Steven-
son, Bruce Atwood, Mike Mulbrook, Garold Schrader, Stan Clement, ,lim Valentine, Denny Machin, Chuck Davis, Bill Doud, Regan Brodersen,
Coach Norris. Row Three: Coach Curry, Dan Wilson, Dave Anderson, Joe Owens, Steve Simpson, Steve Balbiani, Bruce Anderson, Steve Snook,
l Ron Green, R. D. Dunkin, Robert Helsene, Coach Maigaard. Row Four: Coach Engstrom, Manager Tom Weeks, Tom Lightner, Roger Simpson,
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COACHES: Ralph Maigaard, Dudley Norris, Bill Currey, Mike Engstrom, Paul Turner, Bill
The. Newton Varsity football team coached by
Paul Turner and assistant coaches Dudley Norris,
Ralph Maigaard, Bill Currey, Mike Engstrom, and
Bill Williams, completed the 1965 season with 3 wins
and 5 losses. The Cards finished in a tie for third
place in the CIC, along with the second best offensive
statistics of all Newton teams over the past six
Thirty-nine boys received varsity letters, among
these are 32 seniors and 7 juniors. Chuck Kyte and
Harry Morgan were selected by their teammates as
G'Honorary Co-Captains" for their fine display of
leadership and ability.
Respective city sports editors and coaches se-
lected the following boys for top honors in the Central
Iowa Conference: first team, Dave Clement, fullback,
and Bill Kaldenberg, end, second team, Tim Onnen,
tackle, and Tom Risdal, center, third team, Larry
Elliott, quarterback, and Chuck Kyte, guard. Bill
Kaldenberg received honorable mention from the
Des Moines Register and Tribune. Although the team
received a few defeats, they gave the Newton fans
21 yeareto remember!
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341 Ames 6
Juniors Prove Their Competence and Support
the Varsity with 5 Wins-2 Losses
Row One: R. D. Dunkin, Ron Green, Steve Snook, Tom Lightner, Rod Simpson, Mike Grosvenor, Denny Bewyer, John Stiles. Gene Steen
hoek, Larry Versteegh.,Row Two: Vernon Funk, John Bush, Tim Westercamp, Galen Green, Jim Willemson, Jim Jenkins. John Krueger
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Mile Sr Cross Countr Teams Place Fifth
28 Pekin, Fairfield 61 31
29 Grinnell 926
46 Marshalltown 16
30 Tech 10
24' Dowling 33
16 Pekin 39
28 Oskaloosa 29
31 Grinnell 24
9th State Meet
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28 Oskaloosa 27
f16thl Grinnell College Meet
Row One: Norman Vander Kamp, Pat Kelly, Bill Shaw, Bill Albee, Bill Hickey, Tim Ettelson, Mile De Meyer, Randy Simpson, Doug Snook, Steve
Schumann, Russell Hutchins. Row Two: Steve Hummel, Dave Morgan, Sanford lllstrup, Lee Gause, Don Crady, Gene Suhr, Steve Anderson,
,lack Trotter. Row Three: Gary Meyer, Mile Powell, Dennis Claseman, Brett Pulver, Steve Bonawitz, Tim Brock, Doug Wood, Bob Stolz, Jerry
Diamond, Karl Hoff, Danny Sutphin, Tim Ham. Row Four: Ray Findley, Dick Schroeder, Kirk Selby, Larry Whitex, Bob McKeever, Dave Rich-
ardsit, Coach Chism, Terry Millerx, Joe Millertk, ,loe Nimmo? Randy Grimesx, Mike Kelly, Dave Rethmeirti, Fred Pittmen, Calvin Molmquistg'
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Row One: Steve Ellis, Alan Cunningham, Leon Pinkerton, Steve Turner, ,Iohn Stalzer, Duane Anderson, Greg Crews, Jeff Smoot, Gary
Meyer, Joe Avila, Gary Kahn, Ralph Vander Zyl. Row Two: Ken Walker, Merle Jorgenson, Jerry Keenan, Randy Hunt, Mike Poole, Bill
McDaniel, Mike Walker, John Bridenstine, Joe Ross, Randy Brisel. Row Three: ,lim Stone, John Mickle, Jim Kyte, ,lim Wasson, Denny
Green, Steve Rhodes, Jim Clair, Joe Dodge, Tom Altenhofen, Doug Jensen. Row Four: Coach Willaims, Robert Craig, Jay MeGaha, Bill
Revell, Larry Streeter, John McGinley, Scott Hammerly, Arlan Cunningham, Steve Loupee, Steve Bewyer, Dave Wessel, Coach Engstrom.
Wrestlers Retain CIC Tournament Crown
4' Washington, C.R. 38
9 Jefferson, C.R. 35
19 Grinnell 23
21 Roosevelt, Des M. 19
23 Clarion 26
21 Iowa Falls 21
6 Eagle Grove 34
28 Marshalltown 14
17 Ames 25
15 Iowa City 25
Coach Assistant Coach
Earl Chism Bill Currey
Row One: Jerry Fortune, Larry Reavis, Gene Steenhoek, Joe Dodge, Don Wallace, Rick Johnson, Sanford Illstrup, Scott HammerlY, .Jerry Man-
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ning, Mike Czerwiec. Row Two: Dan McPherren, Roger Etter, Jack Ferguson, Randy Grimes, Terry Ghent, Chuck Kyte, Bob Fisher, ary
Borchert, Steve Crawford. Row Three: Don Crady, Joe Owens, Denny Hanson, JimJenkins, Tom Risdal, Chuck Davis, Tim Onnen, John Kreuger,
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Rod Meyer, Tim Ettelson, Tony Avila, Mike DeMeyer. Row Four: Coach Earl Chism, Jim Stone, manager, Bill Beste , 1 e organ,
Bob Craig, Steve Rhodes, Tom Altenhofen, Dennis Claseman, John Schild, manager, Assistant Coach Bill Currey. Not Pictured: Joe Avila, John
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The Newton Cardinal 1965 cross country and mile
teams, coached by Earl Chism, compiled a record of four
wins and five losses.
The mile and cross country teams both placed fifth
in their conference meets held at Grinnell. Highlights of
the season were a win in the triangular meet at Pekin,
and a tenth place finish in the state mile run held at Grin-
Despite the loss of three senior letterwinners, the
outlook for the next season is good, with four lettermen
returning plus an abundant and talented supply of re-
serves and sophomore letterwinners.
Rod Meyer Jim Jenkins Robert Fisher John Krueger
133 lbs. 145 lbs. 154 lbs. 154 lbs.
4 Tom Risdal
ln the 1965-66 season, the N.H.S. wrestling team,
coached by Earl Chism and assistant coach Bill
Currey, posted a 2-7-1 record. The wrestlers won the
C.l.C. team championship and placed second in
the annual Quadrangular tournament. The team won
the sectional tournament sending 8 boys into district
competition. In district competition, Tom Risdal and
Rod Meyer won 3rd place positions while ,lim Jenkins
won 2nd and advanced to the state meet at Waterloo,
where he lost his first round despite a fine showing.
Outstanding records posted by individuals were
undefeated team captain, Tom Risdal, with a 11-0-3
record, and Jim Jenkins who posted a 10-4-0 record.
Other individuals who had a fine showing at both the
C.1.C. meet and the Quadrangulr meet are John
Krueger, Tim Onnen, and Don Crady.
Tom Risdal was voted the outstanding wrestler
of the season by his teammates for his sportsmanship
and excellent record.
Mike DeMeyer Don Crady Tony Avila Joe Owens
95 lbs. 103 lbs. 112 lbs. 120 lbs.
Center Front Cary Leadman Max Dolder Mike McConeghey Donn Singer Coach Toppenberg. Row One: Terry Colwell, Larry White, Denny
Bewyer Mike Butler Garrold Schrader Gary Kahn Steve Anderson Dave McConeghey Bob Krueger. Row Two: Chris Perryman, Merv Mich-
alow Carl Perntz Steve Matsen Steve Furry Billy Weter Larry Ingersoll Don J ay Dick Tomlin Gib Copeland.
East High Des Moines
Tech. High Des Moines
University High Iowa City
East High Waterloo
State Col. High Cedar Falls
East High Waterloo
University High Iowa City
Conference at M-Town
North High Des Moines
District at Marshalltown
Stare at I.S.U.
Tim Onnen Terry Ghent Chuck Kyte Chuck Davis
180 lbs. 180 lbs. 180 lbs.
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46 Tech 48
48 Roosevelt 92
62 Tama-Toledo 59
40 Marshalltown 56
64 Knoxville 59
58 Ames 71
51 Grinnell 71
73 Ottumwa 77
58 Boone 63
50 Oskaloosa 68
59 North 62
45 Marshalltown 96
93 Tama-Toledo 77
65 Ames 69
51 Grinnell 71
66 Lincoln 79
71 Boone 61
69 Oskaloosa 68
64 Oskaloosa 61
65 Pella Christian 44
63 Knoxville 73
ard Swimmers Splash Their Way To Victory
, The Newton Swimming team, led by captain
Chris Perryman and a fine group of seniors, finished
its second year of competition with an excellent
record of 9 wins and 6 losses. They were defeated only
once at home and had very close meets with Cedar
Falls, Ottumwa, and Des Moines Tech. At the end
of the season the 1966 swimming team had set records
in every event.
Outstanding members of the team were: Chris
Perryman, freestyleg Larry White, backstrokeg
Mervyn Michalow, breaststrokeg Bob Krueger, free-
styleg Mike McConeghey, backstrokeg Mike Butler,
butterflyg John Mickle, medley, and Steve Matsen,
Co-Captain Mike McConeghey, Captain Chris Perryman, Coach
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The l965-66 basketball squad got off to a slow
start, compiling a season's record of 7 wins and lil
losses, however, despite many earlier defeats,
the team made a stunning comeback by winning
four of the last five games and advanced to the
finals of district competition by victories over
Oskaloosa and Pella Christian.
Boys receiving conference honors were Tom
Lightner, third team all C.l.C., and Bill Kalden-
berg, C.l.C. honorable mention. Tom Lightner
led the team in scoring by compiling 200 pts.,
while Dave Clement was the leading rebounder
with 173 rebounds. Steve Dimon scored 29 points
vs. Boone, giving him a lead in points scored per
Voted outstanding by their fellow teammates
were Bill Kaldenberg, honorary captain, and Tom
Lightner, most valuable player, while Dave Cle-
ment and Stan Clement were cited for their
desire and hustle.
Despite the loss of six senior letterwinners,
fans anticipate a fine season next year.
J oe Nimmo
Row One: Joe Nimmo, Bill Kaldenberg, Mike Sisco, John Stiles, Larry Elliott. Row Two: Steve Simpson, Roger Simpson, Steve Dimon
Steve Vermillion, Mike Grosvenor, Dave Clement, Tom Vickers, Tom Lightner, Stan Clement.
Coach Ralph Maigaard Asst. Coach Mike Engstrom
Reserves Aim High Under the
Direction of Coach Norris
Row One Steve Vermillion, Galen Green, Pat Kelly, Stan Clement. Row Two: Mike Grosve-
nor Tom Ferguson, Gene Suhr,
John Stiles, Tom Vickers, Coach Dudley Norris.
Cardinal Sophomores Gain Experience
for Future CIC Competition
Row One: Jerry Sears, Joe Ross, Randy Brisel, Bill McDaniel, Jeff Smoot Steve 'l'u1DInek
Row Two: Greg Crews, Jim Kyte, Bill Shaw, Russ Hutchins, .lay McGaha, Dave esse ar
Diamond, Steve Bewyer, Mike Powell, Coach Bill Williams.
oger Simpson Tom Vickers
Tennis Team Springs Into Action
Row One: Sherman Hayes, Gene Suhr, M
erv Michalow. Row Two: Coach Williams, Tom Altenhofen, Mike
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Golfers Drive for High State Honors
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XX 163 Valley West Des Moines 157
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2nd Ottumwa Tournament
163 Tama-Toledo 180
X 165 Grinnell 183
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330 Ames 329
315 Marshalltown 317
158 Grinnell 169
2nd District Tournament
322 Ottumwa 324-
3rd State Tournament
VARSITY-Row One: Chuck Hybl, Dave Harding, Jeff Strain, Steve Gause.
Row Two: Kirk Selby, 'Dave Brandt, Tom Lightner, Bill Stewart, Scott Cavitt.
R 5 M A l , R b F h , M k F rland, Tom Hybl, Dan Ingersoll, Dick Braun, Dave Isenocher, Kenny Mace, Gregg
Cgguwgngoiag-ZuIjSg?g3g0Qatsenn,i,0hn0Bi3'irieri,s.tiiY1te,eMar2lcrDiazinond, Tom Ferguson, Steve Rhodes, Bruce Zagornlak, Doug Snook, Dave Rowe,
Chris Baile ,leff.Smoot Row Thiree' Ralph Vander Zyl, Dave Morgan, Craig White, Bill Shaw, .loe Nimmo, Tom Vickers, Tim Ettleson, Pat Kelly.
Row Four: Kirk Selby Bill Stewart, Tom Lightner, Dave Harding, Jeff Strain, Steve Gause, Dave Brandt, Scott Cavltt, Chuck Hybl, Coach ChlSm.
Track Team Ends Season with 3rd Place Honors
Row One: Joe Owens, Terry Miller, John Krueger, Fred Pittman, Regan Brodersen, Steve Bonawitz, Larry White, Steve Dimon, John Stiles,
Steve Vermillion, Mike Walker, Steve Loupee, Gary Altemeier, Denny Burton. Row Two: Dave Richards, Randy Johnson, Tom Risdal, Ron
Green, Randy Grimes, Jim Jenkins, Larry Versteegh, Roger Simpson, Galen Green, Jim Van Baren, Bill Kaldenberg, Steve Snook, Harry Morgan.
Row Three: Asst. Coach Buzz Currey, Jerry Fortune, Dick Schroeder, Tom Weeks, Dave Rethmeier, Ray Dafilitto, Mike Grosvenor, Jim Valen-
tine, Jim Kyte, Calvin Holmquist, Steve Turner, Gary Johnson, Coach Paul Turner. Row Four: Asst. Coach Mike Engstrom, Ricky Burch, Doug
Woods, Bob Krueger, Chuck Walker, Bob McKeever, Bruce Anderson, Steve Bewyer, Larry Streeter, Jay MaGaha, Asst. Coach Dudley Norris.
Row Five: Ricky Johnson, Bryce Parsons, John McGinley, Don Butler, Randy Hunt, Ray Findley, Randy Brisel, Mike Kelly.
The track team, coached by Paul Turner,
ended the 1966 season with third place honors in
the conference. As the highlight of the season,
the Cardinals captured the Cardinal Relays
title, as well as placing third in the Osky Relays
and tying for sixth place in the Valley Relays.
During the season, new school records were set
, by Denny Burton in the high jump, and by the
HURDLERS-FredPittman,SteveLoupee,SteveVermillion,RogerSimpson. Medley Relay team, Composed of John Stiles,
+- Steve Bonawitz, Regan Brodersen, and Steve
1 Dimon. Denny Burton produced a fine showing
during the season by placing third in the State
5 Outdoor Track Meet and second in the Drake
MANAGERS-Ron Eversmall, Tim WCSICYCHITIP, DCHIIY
Girls' Teams Swing Into Action
Row One: Barb Schultz, Penny Hurtt, Darlene Bower, Pat Cherryholmes, Marsha Moore,
Gloria Green. Row Two: Vicki Henry, Linda Sampson, Deb McKay, Pam Morgan, Linda
Pierce, Cheryl Hanson, Mrs. DeBruyn-Coach.
D. M. Lincoln
D. M. North
Susan Caddoo, Ann Hoover, Nancy Roewert, Sharon Burdick
Mr. Rowray - Coach.
.loan Zeller, Paula Synhorst, Sarah Humke, Mary AdaII1S, Teri 5110015 Elaine
Rowe, Suzan Dieters.
Newton Strides Towards Victory At Cardinal Relays
The talented Newton Cardinals gave Coach Paul Turner a warm wel-
coming as new head track coach with a convincing, victory in the Cardinal
Showing amazing strength in the field events and relays, the Cardinals
captured the team title in the Class A division of the Relays.
ln Class A new records were set by Brent Slay of Oskaloosa in the 44-0
yard dash and by Denny Burton of Newton in the high jump. The Cardinal
Relays ended with Newton 91 points, Dowling 78, Indianola 51, Oskaloosa 41,
Grinnell 24-, Knoxville 12. '
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INAL RELAYS QUEEN AND CANDIDATES-Miss Montgomery, Queen Lenis
Pierce, Julie Deutsch, Pam Schuttinga, Karlin Vander Ploeg, Teresa Terpstra, Juhe
Switzer, Newton host.
SHOT PUT, DISCUS- Steve Snook, Gary Johnson,
Ron Green, Tom Risdal.
LETTERWINNERS-Row One: Coach Mike Engstrom, Larry White, Regan
Brodersen, Steve Bonawitz, Joe'Owens, Mike Walker, Coach Paul Turner.
Row Two: Fred Pittman, Gary Altemeier, Roger Simpson, Bill Kaldenberg,
Steve Vermillion. Row Three: John Krueger, Randy Grimes, Galen Green,
John Stiles, Steve Loupee. Row Four: Denny Burton, Steve Dimon, Tom
Risdal, Ron Green, Steve Snook. Row F ive: Coach Buzz Currey, Larry
Versteegh, Jim Jenkins, Jim Van Baren, Terry Miller, Randy Johnson,
Coach Dudley Norris.
RELAY MEN-Row One: Coach Mike Engstrom, John Stiles, Steve Bona-
witz, Regan Brodersen, Larry White, Steve Dimon, Coach Buzz Currey.
Row Two: Galen Green, Gary Altemeier, John Krueger, Jim Jenkins, Joe
Owens, Mike Walker.
HIGH JUMP, POLE VAULT, BROAD JUMP-Kneeling: Harry Morgan.
Standingf Randy Johnson, Jay MaGaha, Fred Pittman, Denny Burton,
Roger Simpson, Bob Krueger.
,utstanding Senior Athletes Contribute
The outstanding senior athlete for the 1965-66
year is Larry White. Larry earned a major letter two
years in cross country, two years in swimming, and
three years in track.
Larry was a valuable member ofthe swimming
team, contributing many points. at the dual meets.
He participated in the 200-yard medley relay, 160-
yard medley relay, and the 100-yard backstroke.
Larry was also an outstanding member of the
track team. 'He belonged to the 440-yard relay team
that set a new school record in 1965. He participated
in the 100-yard dash, 200-yard dash, and mile relay
team in 1966.
On the basis of his star performance and excel-
lent attitude, Larry was selected as the outstanding
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NATIONAL ATHLETIC HOHBOR Scllcglggcf CIli1ci?k0IZ5teDaHa?ve lilclmarcigl E012 Three: John KIU6gCf,'M1kC Mcfloneghey, grfgijfeggii
B111 Kaldenberg, Bob Flsher, IUCC GW S h ki Rgw Four: Ron Green, Bruce Anderson, Calvm Holmqulst, teve v
Sherman Hayes, Dave McConegheYf Cm? teen oe
Lightner, .lohn Stiles.
ards Win CIC Opener Against Ames
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VARSITY-Row One: Steve Vermillion, Stan Clement, Steve Simpson, Steve Dimon, Roger Simpson,
Tom Lightner, Randy Brisel, John Krueger. Row Two: Coach Eversman, Larry Elliott, Dave Clement,
Bob Stolz, Jim Foreman, Regan Brodersen, Steve Cronin.
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30 Boone RESERVES-Row One: Bill Pauls, Don McKeever, Ray Findley, Jeff
6-12 S6CIi0I13.l TOIlI'Il8.IIl6I1't Smoot, John Morgan. Row Two: Jerry Sears, Randy Hunt, Mike Kelly,
13 Tama.T01ed0 Chuck Walker, Greg Crews, John Krueger. Row Three: Coach Evers-
16 Oskaloosa man, Steve Vermillion, Jim Foreman, Bob Krueger, Bob Stolz, Ray
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Bill Stewart was voted the outstanding senior golfer for the spring
of 1966. Bill owned a 78 average for all competition rounds, was
medalist in five of the meets during the season, and was elected
honorary captain by his teammates at the close of the season.
The outstanding tennis player for 1966 was Sherman Hayes.
Sherman posted an eight-four record in singles against some very
strong competition. Sherman participated in tennis for 4 years
and earned three letters. He was elected captain of the team and
the outstanding player, because of his excellent attitude and
Steve Simpson has been a letterwinner and a regular on the base-
ball team for three years. During this time he has played in the
outfield, infield, and pitched. In 1965 Steve batted .333 for the
year collecting 20 hits. In 1966, the basebalfsquad expects its
outstanding senior player to lead them toward the conquest of
another C.1.C. championship.
Terry -Miller was the outstanding senior cross country runner this
year. He consistently headed the field for the Newton runners and
always turned in a very creditable performance. Terry was elected
team co-captain for the season.
Mervyn Michalow, a very strong swimmer, led his medley relay
team to many speedy victories. He also set a new school record in
the 100-yard breaststroke. Merv's experience and fine attitude
make him the perfect selection for the most outstanding member
and contributor to the 1966 swim team.
Their Talents Toward Many Cardinal Victories
Chuck Kyte, a two-year letterwinner, was a regular offensive
and defensive guard this past season. Chuck was selected by
his teammates as "honorary co-captain" and received the
honor of being a member of the third team all C. 1. C. Due to
his ability, leadership, and consistent high performance,
Chuck Kyte was selected the outstanding football player for
the 1965 season.
Stan Clement was chosen by the coaches as the outstanding
basketball player for the 1965-66 season. Although Stan was
out for basketball for only two years, he has shown con-
siderable improvement. His enthusiasm and attitude made
him the backbone of the team. Because of his hustle and
spirit, Stan was selected by his teammates as the player with
the best attitude, and the coaches as the outstanding basket-
ball athlete for 1966.
The outstanding senior wrestler and team captain this year
was Tom Risdal. He was undefeated in dual meet competition
and had a record of ten wins and three draws. Tom was the
165-pound class champion in the conference tournament, the
"Quad" tournament, and the sectional tournament. Tom was a
very hard worker, and one of the finest citizens out for wres-
Regan Broderson was selected by the coaches as the out-
standing track athlete this season. Regan, a two-year letter-
man in track, was a member of the medley relay team that
broke the school record in 1966. He also was part of the 880-
yard relay team that qualified for the state meet. Reganis
determination and enthusiasm contributed much to the 1966
Teacher Recognition ....
Guidance and Secretaries
English and Foreign
Debate and Drama ....
Social Studies .......
Physical Education . . .
Student Teachers . . .
Cooks and Janitors ....
Faculty . . . teachers . . . those individuals who are
constantly making assignments . . . giving tests . . .
and assigning term papers . . . teachers . . . the ones
who get to cut into the lunch line wherever and when-
ever they please . . . the privileged who can leave
class whenever they want to . . . yet . . . their work
does not end at 3:28 either . . . those assignments
. . . tests . . . term papers . . . have to be graded . . .
class plans have to be prepared . . . meetings have to
be attended . . . students have to be guided and helped
. . . their own education never ceases for they learn
from their students . . . a good education for NHS
students is their goal and what they strive for . . . all
the work handed out by the teachers is for each
student,s own benefit . . . John Ruskin wrote of
education: "lt is a painful, continual, and difficult
work to be done by kindness, by watching, by warn-
ing, by precept, and by praise, but above all-by
example." . . , the teaching staff of NHS thus has
ideals and goals set before it . . .
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Mrs. Evelyn Anderson
Secretary to the Superintendent
BOARD OF EDUCATION-W. J. Richards, Mrs. John X. Power, Robert Scott, Marion
Welle, President, D. D. Dunlavy, Superintendent, Alvin Rempp, Donald C. Byers, Lela
Bishop, Secretary, Tim Campbell, Jr.
D. D. Dunlavy
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Dan Oppleman Melvin Newton
Edward E. Osborne U Russell Blumfbyef . f S d t D- t of Guidance
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After 39 years of service to the Newton,
School System, Mrs. Russell Gage retired
this year. She served for 33 years as an
English and substitute teacher, for six years
as an instructor in the Adult Education
Classes, and for the past ten years has
served as director of Adult Education.
Mrs. Iva Moles
Mrs. Iva Moles retired this year after 5 years of teaching
primarily Sophomore and Senior English in the Newton
School System. Her interest in her students and devotion
to her work was greatly appreciated.
Principal and Vice-principal Supervise,
Guide, and Direct N.l'l.S. Students
Harold A. Lynn
The most impressionable period in a young
person's life is at graduation time. Then, it is that
ambitions soar to boundless heights and the course
for good or ill is often decided. It is the crossroads of
youth, the start of life's career.
The road of your choice will not be easy, but we
hope that you have attained the knowledge and the
experience necessary to help you choose wisely.
May your road to success be filled with beauty and
hope. We also know, if you are going to overcome the
obstacles on any road, that it will involve hard work.
It is said, "beauty is the principal source ofjoy,"
at its heart, beauty is harmony. We know that the
beauty of this time of the year is the result of growth.
A beautiful flower is never an accident, it is the
product of selection and cultivation. Likewise, a
beautiful life results from the cultivation of physical
health, moral ideals, and spiritual aspirations.
Beauty also grows out of those contentments found in
tasks well done, work generously performed, and
duty nobly met. So, may your future road be one of
When Robert Browning said, "the best is yet to
be," he touched the universal nerve of hope. We live
Donald K. Van Langen
by hope. It is hope that provides the vistas for our
faith to plan and design its vaster schemes. It is hope
that helps us to live joyfully and plan adventurously.
It has been said, "The art of living successfully is
acquired by holding on to the best of yesterday,
marching to the music of today, and facing the future
with the glow of hope in our -hearts."
A great industrialist was once asked, '4What has
been the secret of the phenomenal success of both
yourself and your company?" He replied: Hard work,
confidence, vision. Charles E. Wilson of General
Electric observes, "People who fail to achieve what
they want in life donit want it badly enough to do the
hard work. There just ain't no golden chariot to take
Yes, those who win fame and fortune and happi-
ness are the men and women who aren't afraid of
hard work, who arenit afraid of competition, who go
after what they want! Seniors, may the road of your
choice be filled with beauty and hope. Also, as op-
portunities present themselves, may you be willing to
put forth the effort necessary to achieve success and
tudents Gain a Better Understandin of
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DOIIHB BUTIIS Gloria Cody Bernice Eastburn udlth Hickman Charles Johnson
English is required every year at NHS. The
basic aim of sophomore English is to develop an
adequate background in communication skills. Ameri-
can literature, taken in the junior year, consists of a
survey of American writings prior to 1900 the first
semester, and units of contemporary writings the
second semester. Senior English literature provides a
survey of world literature and helps the students to
penetrate more deeply into the best works of the
English authors. There is also an emphasis on vo-
cabulary growth, and expression of ones thoughts in
speaking and writing. ' '
A good background in English tends to make
man's relationships with his fellows more meaning-
ful. A student learns through literature. about man's
reactions to his environment, and how to express his
feelings about his own experiences in a world of
Science Through Individual Experiments
Sarah Brown Marian Hill
The science department offers full year courses in first and second
year biology, chemistry, and physics, to all students. Biology courses
are offered to any grade, however, chemistry and physics are available
only to juniors and seniors. Witlun these courses, students encounter
problem solving, formulation of scientific explanations, experiments,
and acquaintance with scientific theories. In all courses each student
performs experiments on his owng therefore, having a better under-
standing of the science.
A new science wing is in use for the first full year, providing several
counters for student experimenting, and the latest in modern equip-
ment, including a greenhouse.
Music and Drama Departments Provide
Leland Cook A. E. Burton Charles Elliott
The music department is divided into band, orchestra, and vocal
groups, all elective. The band, led by Mr. Cook, presents half-time
entertainment at football games, as well as various concerts. The pep
band provides accompaniment at pep assemblies and basketball games.
The orchestra, instructed by Mr. Burton, presents an annual con-
cert and the music for the school plays. Each year the orchestra takes
part in the quad-city festival.
The vocal department is divided into the Sophomore and Junior-
Senior Mixed Choruses, and Boys' and Girls' Clee Clubs. Under the
direction of Mr. Elliott, the vocal groups participate in programs and
Every year, Newton High is very well represented in the All State
Music Festival by the music department.
The music program gives students a chance to develop skills in
musical productions and appreciation.
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French is an elective and is offered for four years.
First and second year students study French by
listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with em-
phasis placed upon oral work. Third year French
includes French geography and history, while the
fourth year completes the foreign language require-
ments of many colleges. To supplement classroom
learning and to provide the teacher with a chance to
listen to each student individually, a language lab is
used for the first two years.
Latin, an elective, is offered for two years.
During the second year, emphasis is placed upon
Latin literature. Through vocabulary study, the stu-
dent becomes increasingly aware of Latin's contri-
bution to the English language. Other comparisons
and contrasts with English are made, as the gram-
matical rules necessary for increased reading ability
are studied. F'
Social Science Department Encourages
William Currey Milo Engstrom
Knowledge 81 Appreciation of the Fine Arts
Experiments in children's theatre. Drama I worked
out the problems in presenting a children's play-
this one with a Chinese flavor.
Kathryn Koob Frank Kruse
In order to become a more effective communicator with
others, speech may be taken as an elective in either the junior or
senior year to fulfill English requirements. Essentially this
course is styled to build the student's self-confidence so that he
can handle any speaking situation effectively.
Debate is an elective activity with emphasis on various types
of forensic participation in the areas of debate, radio speaking,
original oratory, and extemporaneous speaking. For the more
accomplished there is a chance to participate in tournaments
held throughout the year.
In Drama practical experience is given in technical areas of
John Cowley Keith Hilmer
New Approaches to
In the math department geometry, plane and
special, is offered to the sophomores, while advanced
algebra is offered to juniors and seniors. Also offered
to seniors is trigonometry and analytic geometry.
Starting from fundamental statements and equations
the students develop, through logical methods of
thinking, a knowledge of math. The math department
uses modern methods and materials in courses
designed for remedial help, general education and
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Interest in National and World Affairs
Robert Paul Roger Ratcliff ff
Social Studies deals with one of the most interesting subjects in the world,
human beings-their relationships with one another and their environments. It
gives perspective to the past as well as the future. Each graduate of NHS has a
background of world history, American history, American government, and social
economic problems. World problems and European history are elective courses
for more extensive research into the social studies field. Team-teaching in history
classes has been carried out in this year's curriculum. The objectives of team-
teaching are to utilize teachers and students more efficiently and to encourage
individual work by the students.
J. Bill Williams
Many Varied Courses Are ffered to
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Power mechanics teaches basic knowledge of
tools, equipment, and theories involving auto mechan-
ics. ln machine shop, the skills of precision and blue-
print reading are learned, while wood shop teaches
the phases of construction and the use of tools.
Mechanical drawing stresses general skills in making
and reading drawings. Advanced courses are offered
in all of these classes.
All agricultural courses are 'offered for a full
year. Vocational agriculture is an introductory course,
offered to the freshman boys. The selection and care
of farm livestock and trends in marketing are studied
in production, diseases, and marketing, with some
basic horticulture work. The organization of farm
business and the economic principles involved are
studied in the course farm management.
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Physical Education classes aim to provide each
student with opportunities to participate in physical
activities that will result in educative experience and
provide enjoyment during leisure time.
Activities taught throughout the year include
gymnastics, recreational games, team sports, as well
as rhythm and co-ordination of body movement. Addi-
tional activities included in the girls' program are
modern dancing, floor exercise, individual sports and
Each year students participate in the Iowa
Physical Fitness Program which includes execution
of various skills to determine the students ability and
needed areas of development. The results are then
compared on a state level.
Business Department Prepares Students for
Richard Foote Patricia Montgomery
Through the many business courses offered, stu-
dents are prepared not only for careers in business, but
also receive a general knowledge of skills beneficial to
Four areas of concentration are offered in the busi-
ness curriculum-Secretarial, Clerical, Distribution,
and Business Administration. Witlnn each area a wide
variety of courses can be elected by the student.
The business department is very fortunate to have a
fine cooperative program with local businesses and in-
dustries, Whereby students in the distributive and sec-
retarial programs have the opportunity to gain practical
work experience in conjunction with classroom work.
Students to Increase Their Talents
Clarence Beavers H0W3I'd CFHVCII
The ability to operate an automobile efficiently
and expertly is essential to students. The Drivers
Education program accomplishes this through study
and supervised practice. The students are given a
two phase program of study, part of the time is spent
in the classroom, while the rest is spent in applying
those principles driving.
Students in art are offered basic, general, and
advanced studio art. Basic art places emphasis on
developing skill and technique, and on a creative
approach to solving art problems. General art con-
tinues to stress the development of skill and tech-
nique, and more responsibility is placed on the stu-
dent. Studio art is designed for the exceptionally
talented and serious art students.
Home economics is preparation for a future
home and family life. The areas of clothing selection
and construction, personal and family living, food
preparation, and child understanding and care are
studied. The art of homemaking is aided by dis-
cussions, literature, and most important, actual prac-
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'H Books Aid
The function of the library is to support the school cur-
riculum and to provide leisure and extra-curricular reading.
The library contains over 6,000 books and includes an exten-
sive reference section. A large selection of magazines as well
as considerable file materials are available for use by students.
For the first year the student volunteers have been organ-
ized into the Student Library Assistants Association of
Newton. The club gives the students an opportunity for fur-
ther training through tours of libraries and various speakers.
It is hoped that the club will encourage some of the students
to choose library science as a profession, and help others
increase their abilities to use the library and its facilities.
Row One: Regina Wallace, Debbie Deaton, Ellen -Hodge, Mary Ann Golinvaux,
Charlotte Taylor, Marie Swain, Gene Snook, Joyce Osborn, Karen Dual. Row
Two: Donna Cobbs, Pam Deaton, Sherman Hayes, Bruce Zagorniak, Kathy Clark,
Penny Nevins, Shirley Welch, Mrs. Leatha Hesson, Mr. Emerick.
Charlotte Taylor, treasurer, Karen Dual, secretary,
Sherman Hayes, vice-president, Joyce Osborn, presi-
dent, and state secretary, Gene Snook, parliamentarian.
The Working World That They Will Meet
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Row One: Maletta Monroe, William Ealey, Margaret Downing, WiHiam Shaw. Row Two: Ed Roberts, Hollis Spain.
FIRST NINE WEEKS-Row One: Paula Schultz, Judy
Riordan, Shirley Lovell. Row Two: Karen Appenzeller,
Meredith Chance, Donna Enfield. Neala Koth, absent.
SECOND NINE WEEKS -Row One: Fred Schuler,
Vicki Peterson. Row Two: James Cunningham,
James McClelland. Row Three: Ronald Brinkert,
Practice Makes Perfect
THIRD NINE WEEKS-Row One: Jeanne Formanek, Cheryl Rees, Joan Harden,
J oleen Brown. Row Two: Kenneth Sundblad, Joseph Drips, Richard Eads, Bernard
Stephenson. Dennis Martin, absent.
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Halupnik. Row Two: Alvin Zimmerman, James Paisley, Meredith Mills, William
Olmsted, Helen Adams, Sara Kurth. Russell Torkelson, absent.
Sophomores . . . .... 128-137
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Sophomores . . . a first year . . . a sea of faces . . .
crowded halls . . . pushing . . . shoving . . . confusion
. . . that lost feeling . . . searching for Room 153 . . .
study halls . . . sitting upstairs during pep assemblies
. . . first homecoming float . . . thumb ditty CD . . .
being called a SOPHOMORE CD . . . forgetting your
locker combination . . . mice . . . frogs . . . worms . . .
grasshoppers . . . Silas Marner . . . "Be Specific" . . .
dating seniors C71 . . . Julius Caesar . . . adventurous
. . . learning old NHS customs and traditions . . . the
hope of being a junior . . . someday . . . need we say
more 'CU . . .
Juniors . . . the middlemen . . . one year left at NHS
. . . "Homecoming Happinessv , . . decorators . . .
float builders . . . diligent workers C?J . . . test tubes
. . . flasks . . . Hllaql + OH-faqj I H20 . . . Our
Town . . . preparing for the leadership needed as
seniors . . . a junior party . . . no prom . . . a well-
organized source of energy CPD . . . varied activities . . .
judo . . . being a second choice . . . decisions . . .
quadratic equation . . . progressions . . . term papers
. . . themes . . . .lohn Greenleaf Whittier . . . poetry
. . . waiting to finally be a senior . . . something
learned . . . more to be learned . . .
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Seniors . . . proud and mighty . . . conclusion . . .
a final Homecoming . . . a last float . . . a queen . . .
senior elections . . . MacFed vs. Natman . . . Morgan
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during assemblies . . . getting first preference . . .
cleaning your locker for the last time . . . your
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games . . . a dance . , . prizes . . . a breakfast at
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boutonnieres . . . the Senior Banquet . . . an hour and
a half to eat CD . . . f'The Great Escape" . . . a criminal
for a class president f?J . . . speeches . . . talent . . .
the last day of school . . . the Senior Assembly . . .
'Loh-shaw and rick-shawn . . . awards . . . gifts . . .
the presentation of the senior queen and her atten-
dants . . . a class song . . . a class poem . . . a class
yell . . . a class motto . . . a class flower . . . class
colors . . . caps and gowns . . . tassels . . . Bac-
calaureate . . . "Sine Nomine" . . . a sermon on your
future and your talents . . . no school the last week
of . . Senior Night . . . senior talent . . . singing . . .
speeches . . . playing instruments . . . dramatic
interpretations . . . graduation . . . "Pomp and
Circumstancev '. . . Row 12 QD at commencement
. . . sighs . . . tears . . . laughter . . . work . . . fun
. . . speeches . . . farewells . . . a final good-bye
. . . the end of an educational endeavor . . . the end of
one chapter . . . the beginning of another . . . the
move upward and beyond . . . a final walk with
classmates . . . graduation . . . the end . . . and
the beginning . . .
Debby Grout, Harry Morgan, Bill Kaldenberg, Linda Wheeler
HEITTY Mfffgan Linda Knopf, Ed Vilmar.
Tom Shives, Jay Stevenson, Mike McConeghey, Marcia Gralnek,
Bill Van Dyke, Bruce Anderson.
"Aim High and Believe Yourself Capable of Great Things"
The day goes on
As it quietly passes by everyone.
Tomorrow is so close,
Yet so exciting.
There is nothingg
Only memories of yesterday
And dreams of the future.
But . . .
Tomorrow those dreams become reality.
For our lives begin tomorrowg
Tomorrow is our world.
When the future changes to the present
We will also change with the time.
Some will laugh with happinessg
Others cry for fearg
The rest sigh . . .
Relieved of today's burdens.
All will be a part of tomorrow
And every tomorrow forever.
CHRIS HOLLAND SHELLY WEHRLE
Yell Leader Yell Leader
RONNA HAWKIN S '
WE'VE DOWN TWELVE YEARS
TOWARD OUR CAREERS.
LET'S HAVE THREE CHEERS
FOR OUR BEST YEARS.
HAIL! HAIL! HAIL! TO THE CLASS OF '66!
TO oUR SUCCESS.
LET'S USE THE KNOWLEDGE
THAT WE POSSESS.
HAIL TO THE CLASS OF ,am
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Proud Seniors Receive High Honors as . . .
Receiving the honor of Salutatorian this year is
Jim Lothe with a grade average of 3.9612.
.lim has been active in a wide range of activities
including mixed chorus, boys glee club, plays,
drama, debate, Thespians, Delta Mu Delta, and All
The courses Jim has taken consist of: 4 years of
English, 4 years of math, 3 years of science, 3Vg years
of social science, and 2 years of language.
.lim was the recipient of a Maytag scholarship,
a National Merit scholarship in accounting, and a
scholarship from Augustana College, Rock Island,
Illinois. He plans to enter Augustana College next
fall, where he will major in accounting.
The Valedictorian of the graduating class of 1966
is Linda Bebout, who accumulated a grade average
In academic courses, Linda has had 4 years of
English, 3 years of social science, 2 years of science,
4 years of math, and 4 years of language.
Throughout high school, Linda has been active
in mixed chorus, girls glee club, pep band, orchestra,
band, Delta Mu Delta, international club, and All
Linda was awarded a Maytag scholarship, and a
tuition grant to Central College, Pella, Iowa, from
the Rolscreen Company of Pella. Linda plans to
continue her education next fall at Central College,
where she will major in language.
Class Song of 1966
BE - HIND A THE BANNERS OF RED AND BLACK
OUR NO - BLE CLASS HAS MADE ITS MARK
WE HAVE SPREAD THE NAME OF NEW - TON HIGH
A Ni :I ,Krew
THROUGH - OUT THE LAND, BOTH NEAR AND FAR.
And now we go to face the world, Our aims and hopes of high school years
Thank-ful for the Knowl-edge we have gained Have ta-ken the path to this -their peak!
And con-fi-dent that we will use We now, with pride in this our school,
Our match-less tal-ents to aid .mankind. Say fare-well as the class of six-ty six.
MARTHA MEREDITH SHERMAN HAYES
Song Leader Song Leader
MISS PHEOBE WILCOX
MR. MIKE ENGSTROM
NAVY BLUE AND YELLOW
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NIGHT ON THE TOXVIX Hold for all I11Cl'l1l'7E'lS 8:30 RM. - Dancing, Entertainment.
of the 1936 grncluntiizg class of Newton Elks Club
Community High School
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55 Business and Professional Women 12130 A'M' ' ' TGV-'e - Hlrhe Rare Breedn
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Newton Ministers Association
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Newton Woman's Club '
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and other interested citizens the Chamber of Commerce, awarded at all events.
'Shaw Bestows Valuable Gifts on Seniors
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Enter- "O'Shaw" Anderson.
The great challenge.
Practice makes perfect. Seniors sing class song as final farewell to Newton High.
SENIOR HIGH AUDITQRIUM
May 31, l966
Master of Ceremonies ------ - - Deborah Grout
"Sing Me A Chantey"-Qkeefe ---- Boys Double Quartet
"Let Me Call You Sweetheart"-Friedman
Iames Lothe Howard Bond Michael Duffus Sherman Hayes
Ion Wormley Robert Matthias Fred Scott David Talbot
"El Dorado" ----------- William Van Dyke
Vespers On the Nile"-Carver ------- Violin Trio
Iulie Switzer, Ranae Dick, Alinda Urias
"The Little Foxes"-Lillian Hellman - - - Christine Holland
"Without A Song"-Vincent Yomans - - - Robert Matthias
Piano Concerto" CFirst Movement!-Tchaikovsky
Piano S010 Meredith
Clarinet Rhapsody"-Bennett ------ Karen Quinn
"B" Flat Clarinet Solo
"The Big Brown Bear"-Manna-Zucca - - - Sherman Hayes
Morcean Symphoniqueu-Cruilmant - - - Gary McGoWen
, Baritone Solo fhornl
None But the Lonely Heart"-Tchaikovsky - - Alicia Conn
" La Ioyeuse"-Rameau
Arietta"-Koepke ------- Flute of Clarinet Duet
Linda Bebout, Leslie Hamilton
Taming of the Shrew"-William Shakespeare
Nancy Roewert, Tames Lothe
"Under Paris Skies"-Giraud -------- Mqdrigcfl
Closing Remarks - -
President - - -
Vice President -
Secretary - -
Delores Verwers Robert Matthias
Connie Snook Sherman Hayes
Martha Meredith Howard Bond
Fred Scott lon Wormley
Michael Duffus Tames Lothe
- - Superintendent D. D. Dunlavy
- - - - Harry Morgan
- Michael McConeghey
- - - Linda Wheeler
- - - Linda Knopf
ll 2 ll PROGRAM
jm,m,, , Invocation ................... Nan Schroeder
Criminal Leader .... ...... H arry Morgan
Ist Inmate ...... ......... M ike McConeghey
Q "Miniatures" ...................... String Trio
Danny Skokan-Tim Ham-David Beard
' "And This Is My Belovedw ........ Linda Knopf
- 24' 2nd Inmate ........... . . . Marcia Gralnek
"Andante and Allegro" ............ Ted Newton
"I Like Americans" .............. Sandy Smith
Edna St. Vincent Millay
'4Cive Me Your Tired, Your Poori'
"Red Sails In The Sunset" ........ Girls' Septet
Linda Knopf, Karen Quinn
Alice Stivers, Leslie Hamilton
Connie Snook, Alicia Conn
Warden ............... ....... M r. Dunlavy
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Singing of The Class Song
Commencement Exerc1 ses
SENIOR HIGH AUDI 1 ORIUM
Wednesday Iune l I966.
7:00-7:30 P.M.-Senior Prelude Concert - - - Concert Band
7:30 P.M. - - - Processional- Pomp and Circumstance
Elgar - ----------- Concert Band
Leland L. Cook Director
Invocation - ------- I - - Father T. I. McCann
SENIOR HIGH AUDITORIUM
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Pledge to the Flag -------- Michael McConeghey
M Vice President, Class of 1966
GY Salutatory - ------ . - - - - Iames Lothe
730 PM Class of 1966
7 00 7 30 P M Musical Prelude Senior High Orchestra
7 30 PM Processional Sine Nomine W1Il1ams
Senior High Orchestra
Eugene Burton Director
Invocation Reverend R V Schultz
The Church of the Nazarene
Peace Iohn Greenleaf Whittier Audience
Charles Elliott Director
Scripture Reading Reverend William E Sexton
Fir t Presbyterian Church
How Excellent Thy Name I-Ialleluiah fSauIl Girls Glee Club
O Lamb of God Kalinnikof
Sololsts Karen Quinn Al1c1a Conn
Charles Elliott D1rector
Baccalaureate Sermon Reverend Richard Schroeder
The United Church of Christ
Benediction Reverend Iames E Seibert
Kellogg Methodist Church
Drop Thy still dews of quietness
Till all our strivings cease
Take from our ouls the strain and
In purer lives Thy service find stress
In deeper reverence praise
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind
Forgive our foolish Ways
Reclothe us our rightful mind
And let our ordered lives confess
The beauty of Thy peace
Breathe through the pulse of our
Thy coolness and Thy balm
Let sense be dumb let flesh retire
Speak through the earthquake wind
O Still, small vo1ce of calm
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Waters Ripple and Flow -Arrangement by Deems Taylor
Charles Elliott Director
Introduction of Speaker - - - Superintendent D. D. Dunlavy
The Challenge of Change ------- Thomas Shives
Class of l966
Presentation of Class of 1966 ---- 1 - - H. A. Lynn
Principal Senior High School
R011 Call - ----------- Linda Wheeler
Secretary Class of 1966
Presentation of Diplomas ------- Mr. Marion Welle
President Board of Education
VC1leCliCtOI'Y - ---------- - Linda Bebout
Class of 1966
Benediction - ----- Reverend Raymond Barnett
First Christian Church
Recessional- Proud Heritage -Latham - - Concert Band
Leland L. Cook Director
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Karen Lorraine Berka
Janice Eloise Blackledge Stephen Clay Bonawitz
Linda Sue Beukema Robert T. Bisom
Howard Frederick Bond Linda Bowie
Diane Lynn Adams Sherry Lynn Albee Cary Lee Altemeier Twyla Ann Altenhofen
H. Paul Andersen Bruce Glenn Anderson David William Anderson Timothy Anderson
David R. Anthony
Debby Christine Auten
Crystal F ae Arnold
Delores Sherry Avila
Darrell Lee Astelle Bruce Dwayne Atwood
Thomas D. Awtry Stephen Balbiani
Roberta Pauline Church George Vernon Church Thomas Michael Clark Roberta Irene Clement
Stanley James Clement Michele Jewel Cobler Alicia Louise Conn
Patricia Lea C0119 C0I1I1iC Lee COOIIICT James Paul Corso, Jr.
Katherene Mary Countryman -lamCS RaT1d01Ph Couper Donna Jane Cox Terry Crady
Neil Edward Bradley, Jr. William Edward Brain Rosa Marie Braley David Wilson Brandt
Nancy Brayton Denise I. Bricker Ann Elise Bridenstine Timothy W. Brock
Regan L, Brodersen George I. Brown, Jr. Larry Brown Marcia Ann Brown
Sharon L. Burkland Dennis I. Burton .lCI'Yl AUD Caslonguay Reagan Scott Cavill
Guy William Doud Martha Eileen Downing Michael D- Dllffus
Mark E. Duncan Robert Murray Dunkin Linda Kay Dyas
Larry Edward Elliott Ronald J. Eversman Bonnie Jean Failor Steven Ray Failor
Daniel Frank Fane James Thomas Farver Keithen Frances Fenn Patty Lou F erber
Larry W. Creagan David S. Cumming Daniel Lee Cupples Ruth Ann Cupples
David Lawrence Damman Marcella Wyonne Damman Kathie Carlene Danley Charles M. Davis
Bonnye Gaye DeGreef Daniel Shayne DeGreef Harriett Joan DeGreef 'Douglas DeMeyer
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Marla Deppe Ranae Ruth Dick Stephen Craig Dimon Susan Kay Dolder
Deborah Anne Grout Linda Ann Halter Timothy William Ham Leslie Louise Hamilton
Dennis Lynn Hanson David Russel Harding Stephen R- HUPCT
Diana Lee Harrington Mary Ann Havard Judy Faye Hawkins Ronna Jo Hawkins
Sandra Louise Hawkins Trudy Kaye Hawkins Sherman Lee Hayes
D' Robert Fisher Betty' Charlene Freeman Carroll B. Froah Pamela Garvin
Eric L. Casper Virginia Ellen Catch Stephen A. Cause Judy Ann Cearhart
Marcia Elizabeth Cerard Timothy Certsma Elmo Terry Ghent Steven L. Cilliam
Mary Elizabeth Cood Marcia Ann Cralnek R. Hoyt Crimes Caylord Cross
Shirley Mae Illingworth
Cary Dean Johnson
Stephen J aennette Marsha Florence J aimes Dale William Jensen
Marilyn Sue Woody Johnson Randy Lee Johnson Alice Jones
Betsy Maureen Jones William Allen Kaldenberg, Sharon Ann Keith
David James Kingery
Mary Ann Kling Thomas Edward Knapp
Kathleen Sue Hedges Vicki Henry Steven Hesson David B, Hill
Shellie Lee Hindman David George Hobbs Lora Jean Holdsworth Christine E. Holland
Gordon W. Holm Elizabeth Mary Holub Ann Amelia HOOVCI Judith ADH H0171
Kathleen Susanne Hoyt Sarah Kathleen Humke Roxanna Hurtt Charles James Hybl
Dixie Lee Logue Maljorie Jane Long James Lewis Lothe Elsie Joyce Lounsbury
Linda Kae Lowe Mary Ann Lust Mary Ann Lynch Barbara Jean Lynn
John Michael McConeghey Thomas Wayne McConeghey Gerald Dean McGowen
Deborah S116 McKay Thomas Keith McKinney Linda Ann McNeer.
Linda C8101 Kn0Pf Judy Beth Kono Norma .lean Koon Barbara Sue Kreager
Linda Kay Kreager Mary Ellen Kreager Charles J ay Kyte Marilyn Kay Landwier
Michael Dean Lane Steven Lanphier Richard Larimer Lloyd Timothy Lawler
Susan Dianne Lemke Linda JO Leonard Katherine Marie Lint .loan Kay Livengood
Susan Carol Miller Terry L. Miller William R. Miller
Billie G- Modlill Danny Arthur Mohler George F. Moon, II
Cynthia Ann Moore
Michael David Mulbrook
Harry E. Morgan, Jr.
Pamela Kay Morgan
Patrick D. Murphy
John Francis Mottet
Vernie Elizabeth Murray
Vicki Clu'istine McQuiston
Richard Henry Mackerman
.ludy Kay Meindertsma
Thomas C. Mickle
Linda Lee McReynolds Dennis Lee Machin Lloyd Edwin Machin
Florence Elizabeth Madison Kathleen Manley Robert Frederic Matthias
Martha Mary Meredith Vicki Sue Messamer i Mervyn Roy Michalow
Linda Louise Millafd Craig Stephen Miller Jon David Miller
LaNora Baxter Pendroy Mary Jane Penny Carl Gunnar Perntz
Christopher Lee Perryman Curtis E. Peterson Neil Omer Peterson
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Michael Anthony Pritchard A Lyle Duane Purvis Diana Kay Quick Karen Joyce Quinn
Edna MafY Reames Glen David RCIhIIlCi6I Joyce F. Rexroat David Lee Richards
David Harry Myers James L- Myrick Michael David Nelson Regan 0, Nelson
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Timothy Dale Onnen Gary Leroy Osborne E. Douglas Overturf Joseph E. Owens
Edward A, Parker Bryce Parsons Jerold Dean Partelow Diane Lynn Paulson
l .l acoba P. fCoraJ Schulenklopper
Roy C. Schultz Fred Verald Scott William B. Sevenbergen, .lr
Charlene Ann Shaver Sammy Paul Shea Edna Jeanne Shelley
Kathleen Louise Shepard Thomas Clyde Shives Judith Ann Sille
Stephan R. Simpson
Michael Allen Sisco Danny Del Skokan Robert Walter Skow
Thomas Ray Risdal
Forrest D. Roberts Randal Kenneth Robinson Nancy Ann Roewert
Marilyn Jane Runner Linda Beth Sampson Donna Marie Sandrock
Linda Beth Schakel Jane Ellen Schnathorst Franklin Daniel Schrader
Garrold Lee Schrader
Armenta Cheryl Schroder Nan Emma Schroeder Carol Lyn Schroyer
Richard Lewis Tabor David Ray Talbot
Dennis Wayne Taylor Linda Kay Terrebrood
Michael C. Thielmann Sandra Mae Thomas Terrance Thompson
- Thomas Thompson Craig Eugene Thorson Roy L. Thurman
Judith Lynn Tipton Barbara J o Townsend Steven Bruce Tratchel Alinda Urias
Linda DSIICHC Sandra Lynn Connie Lynn Snook Marianna Kay Snook
David Preston Starrett Susan Lynn Stephenson J ay Stevenson Billy Lee Stewart
Alice Louise Stivers Martin Hans Stone Dennis C. Str0VCI'S Linda Lou Sutton
Marie Elizabeth Swain if Lorena Kay Swalwbll Julie Ann Switzer Paula Jayne Synhorsl
Steven Lowell Wells Catherine Louise Wendt
Linda Kay Wheeler Cheryl Kay White
Larry Gale White Donald Douglas Wiggin, II
James Edward Williams, Jr. Danny Alan Wilson
.lunella Lee Woods
Jewell Renee Young
Ruth Ardelle Woody
Jon Clarke Wormley Karen Ann Yoakum
Not Pictured Adult Education
Lawrence Murphy Backus
Steven James Bookout
Carol Lyn Brantner Bunn
Jerry Lee Dannels
Terrance Ray Fink
Robert Michael Kearns
Linda Lu Messamer
Carol Leon Repp
Jerry Donald Robson
John P. Robson
David Allen Taylor
Pamela Kay Trent
Serana Marie Van Dalen
Robert Wayne Probasco
Vollie Ann Bunch Bass
Mary Peck Ergenbright
Charles Joseph Good
.lerie Lee Deaton Millard
William Kenneth Watt
Naomi Ruth Jones Poston
CColfax, la. diplomal
James Michael Valentine James Alan Van Baren David Wesley Van Dalen Terry Allen Vander Leegt
Donald Vander Putte Steven Dale Van Drimmelen William Russell Van Dyke Jenny May Van Sickle
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Linda Dianne Van Veen Duane Allen Versteegh Delores Mae Verwers Cheryl Ann Vinson
Kathy Raye Vorhies Steven Perry Wadsworth Shelton Anne Wehrle William Bryan Weldon
BRALEY, ROSA MARIE
Plays 125 Drama 125 Humorous Dec. 125 DECA 125 Pep Club 11.
BRANDT, DAVID WILSON
Band 9,10,11, Lettered 105 Football 95 Basketball 95 Golf 9,l0,11,12,
BRAYTON, NANCY A.
Pep Club 9,10,12.
BRICKER, DENISE I.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,1l,12, Lettered 125 Girls Glee Club 11,125 Pep
Band 95 Orchestra 10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Band 9,10,11,12,
Lettered 10,11,125 Debate 95 Oratory 9,105 Extemp 95 Majorette 125
Pep Club 9,10,11,125 International Club 11,125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
BRIDENSTINE, ANN ELISE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,115 Orchestra 10,11,12, Lettered 10,115 Band
9,10,11,12, Lettered 115 Forensic League 9,105 Debate 9,105 Oratory
95 Pep Club 9,10,11,125 Girls Glee Club 115 Delta Mu Delta 12.
BROCK, TIM WILLIAM
Cross Country 11,12, Lettered 11,125 Wrestling 9,10.
BRODERSEN, REGAN LEROY
Regie College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 95 Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Basketball
9,10,115 Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Baseball 10,11,12, Let-
BROWN, GEORGE IRA, JR.
Georgie College Prep.
C Librarians 1115 Biology Workshop 10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
BROWN, LARRY C.
BROWN, MARCIA ANN
Plays 10,115 Student Council 95 Pep Club 9,10,11,125 GRA 125
International Club 125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
BURKLAND, SHARON L.
Mixed Chorus 9,105 Girls Glee Club 115 Pep Club 9,10,115 Art
BURTON, DENNIS I.
Denny Industrial Arts
Basketball 9,10,115 Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,125 Cross
Country 10. '
CASTONGUAY, JERYL ANN
Mixed Chorus 11,125 Girls Glee Club 9,125 Pep Club 11,12.
CAVITT, REAGAN SCOTT
Student Council 95 Football 9,105 Basketball 9,105 Golf 9,10,11,12,
CHURCH, ROBERTA PAULINE I
Bobbe Home Economics
Mixed Chorus 95 Art Club 10,11,12.
CHURCH, GEORGE VERNON
Vernon Industrial Arts
CLARK, THOMAS MICHAEL
Band 9,10,11,125 Football 9.
CLEMENT, ROBERTA IRENE
Plays 10,115 DECA 125 Art Club 11,12.
CLEMENT, STANLEY JAMES
FFA 9,10,11,125 Delta Kappa Tau 125 Kiwanis 115 Rotary 125
Football 9,l0,12, Lettered 125 Basketball 11,12, Lettered 125
Baseball 10,11,12, Lettered l0,11,12.
COBLER, MICHELE JEWEL
Mitzi Home Economics
Pep Club 11,125 GRA 11,12,
CONN, ALICIA LOUISE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Secretary 125 Girls Glee
Club 11,125 Orchestra 95 Pep Club 10,11,125 International Club
10,11,125 Science Club 95 Delta Mu Delta 12.
CONN, PATRICIA LEA
Pep Club 9.
COOMER, CONNIE LEE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Girls Glee Club 11,12,
Secretary 125 Pep Club 11,12.
CORSO, JAMES PAUL, JR.
Jim College Prep.-Bus.
Cardinal Gents 11.
COUNTRYMAN, KATHERENE MARY
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Girls Glee Club 11,125 Pep
Club 10,11,125 International Club 10.
COUPER, JAMES RANDOLPH
Randy College Prep.-Bus.
DECA 125 Football 9,10,11.
COX, DONNA JANE
DECA 125 Biology Workshop 11.
Terry Industrial Arts
CREAGAN, LARRY W.
CUMMING, DAVID SHIELDS
Cum College Prep.
lVIixed Chorus 95 Band 95 Forensic League 9,10,11,125 Plays 10,125
Debate 9,10,11, Lettered 105 Extemp 95 Student Council 95 Delta
Mu Delta 11,125 International Club 125 Wrestling 95 National Merit
CUPPLES , DANIEL LEE
CUPPLES, RUTH ANN
DAMMAN, DAVID LAWRENCE
DAMMAN, MARCELLA WYONNE
Art Club 12. .
DANLEY, KATHIE CARLENE
DANNELS, JERRY LEE
College Prep. -Ind.Arts
Semors Participate In
ADAMS , DIANE LYNN
Mixed Chorus 9,103 Band 10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Pep Club 9,10,
11,123 International Club 12.
ALBEE, SHERRY LYNN
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,l23 Girls Glee Club 11,123 Pep Club 9,10,11,
123 GRA 10,11,12.
ALTEMEIER, GARY LEE
FFA 10,11,l23 Football 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 9,11,123 Basketball
9,11, Lettered 9,113 Track 11,12, Lettered 11,12.
ALTENHOFEN, TWYLA ANN
Twi College Prep.
Pep Club 10,11,123 Delta Mu Delta 11,123 International Club 11,123
ANDERSEN, H. PAUL
Paul Industrial Arts
ANDERSON, BRUCE GLENN
Gomer College Prep.
Plays 10,11,123 Student Council 103 Delta Kappa Tau 123 Kiwanis
123 Thespians 11,123 Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,123 Track
9,11,12, Lettered 12g Wrestling 9,10, Lettered 103 Delta Mu Delta
123 NAHS 12.
ANDERSON, DAVID WILLIAM
Dave College Prep.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,12.
ANTHONY, DAVID R.
Dave College Prep.
Basketball 9g Track 10, Golf 10,11.
ARNOLD, CRYSTAL FAE
Cheerleading 93 Mixed Chorus 9,103 Girls Glee Club 9,103 Pep
Band 9,103 Band 9,10, Lettered 103 Majorette 9,103 Pep Club 9,10,
11,123 GRA 123 International Club 123 Class Officer, Vice-Presi-
dent 9, President 103 Transferred from Camdenton, Missouri 11,
Delta Mu Delta 12.
ASTELLE, DARRELL LEE
Darrell College Prep.-Bus.
ATWOOD, BRUCE DWAYNE
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,l23 Basketball 9,10,11,
Lettered 9,10,113 Track 9,10,11, Lettered 9,10,113 NAHS 12.
AUTEN, DEBBY CHRISTINE
Mixed Chorus 9,103 Band 93 Student Council 9g Pep Club 9.10,
11,123 Art Club 10,11, Sec.-Treasurer 11, President 12.
AVILA, DELORES SHERRY
Cheerleading 9g Mixed Chorus 103 Needle 10.
AWTRY, THOMAS DAVID
Gene Industrial Arts
Track 9,10,11,l23 Cross Country 11, Lettered 11, Wrestling 10.
BACKUS, LAWRENCE MURPHY
DECA 123 Student Council 9g Basketball 9,103 Baseball 10,11-
BALBIANI, STEPHEN FREDERICK
Newtonia Yearbook 11,123 FFA 9,10,11,l23 Football l0,11,12,
Lettered 123 Managers 12.
Many, Varled Activities.
BAYSE, WANDA LOUISE
Needle 10: Plays 103Q..1brarians 95Pep Club 9,10,l13 Science Club
9g International Club 12. T
BEARD, DAVID RAY
. College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10, President 103 Pep Band 9,10,11,l23 Band 9,10,
11,12, Vice-President 12, Lettered 10,11,123 Plays 93 Student Coun-
cil 113 Delta Mu Delta 11,123 Basketball 93 Baseball 10, Lettered
103 All State 12.
BEBOUT, LINDA JOYCE
I College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 11,123 Girls Glee Club 1l,12,
Pep Band l0,1l,123 Orchestra 9,10,l1,l2, Lettered 10,l1,l23 Band
9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,1l,123 Delta Mu Delta 11,123 International
Club 11,123 All State 12.
BEHRENS, JANE ANN
Pep Band 10,11,123 Band 9,10,11,l23 GRA 10.
BELL, ROGER ALLEN Agriculture
BELZER, DONNA MAE
Girls Glee Club 103 Pep Club 1O,11,123 Transferred from Oskaloosa
BENTON, BARBARA ELLEN
DECA 123 Pep Club 10,11,123 GRA 10,113 Vice-President DECA
BERKA, KAREN LORRAINE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11, Lettered 113 DECA 12, Treasurer 121 GRA
BEUKEMA, LINDA SUE
BISOM, ROBERT T.
BLACKLEDGE, JANICE ELOISE
DECA 123 Pep Club 10.
BONAWITZ, STEPHEN CLAY .
Clay College Prep.-Bus.
Band 9g Basketball 9,10, Lettered 9g Track 11,12, Lettered 11,123
Cross Country 11,l2, Lettered 113 Golf 9, Baseball 10,11,12,
BOND, HOWARD FREDERICK
Howie Industrial Arts
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Boys Glee Club 11,12,
President 123 Pep Band 9,10,11,l23 Orchestra 11,12, Lettered
11,123 Band 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 10,1l,123 Student Council 123
BOOKOUT, STEVEN JAMES
BOWIE, LINDA LEE
Pep Club 10.
BRADLEY, NEIL EDWARD, JR.
BRAIN, WILLIAM EDWARD
Orchestra 9,10,11, Lettered10,113 Delta Mu Delta 12.
Mixed Chorus 95lLibrarians 125 Pep Club 11,125 Basketball 9,105
Track 9,105 Baseball 95 Ira-nsferred from Colfax 11.
GRALNEK, MARCIA ANN
Mixed Chorus 9,105 Newtonia Yearbook 115 Forensic League
9,10,11,125 Plays 105 Debate 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Radio
105 Extemp 125 Student Council 9,10,12, Secretary 105 Pep Club
10,11,125 Thespians 11,125 Class Officer, Vice-President 9,
Secretary 115 Delta Mu Delta 12.
CRIMES, R. HOYT
Gay Industrial Arts
Football 95 Basketball 95 Track 11,125 Cross Country 11, Lettered
115 Baseball 11,12, Lettered11,12.
GROUT, DEBORAH ANNE
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10511, Secretary 125 Forensic League
9,10,11,12, President 125 Debate 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125
Extemp 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,115 Student Council 95 Pep Club
10,11,125 Thespians 9,10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
HALTER, LINDA ANN
HAM, TIMOTHY WILLIAM
Meat College Prep.
Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,115 Cross Country 125 Wrestling
HAMILTON, LESLIE LOUISE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Girls Glee Club 11,125
Pep Band 9,10,11,125 Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 International Club 125 All
State 10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
HANSON, DENNIS LYNN
Denny College Prep.
Student Council 125 Delta Kappa Tau 125 Rotary 125 Football 9,10,
11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Track 9,10,11, Lettered 115 Wrestling 10,
11,12, Lettered 10,11,12. .
HARDING, DAVID RUSSEL ,
Mixed Chorus 95 Student Council 95 Kiwanis 125 Football 9,10,11,
12, Lettered 11,125 Basketball 9,10,11, Lettered 105 Track 11,
Lettered 115 Golf 9,10,12, Lettered 10. . '
HARPER, STEPHEN R. - 1
Football 95 Track 9,10,11, Lettered 10,115 Cross Country 10,11,
Lettered 10,115 Wrestling 9,10, Lettered 105 Swimming 11.
HARRINGTON, DIANA LEE . ' . -
' ' ' ' College Prep.-Bus.
Mixed Chorus 95 Girls Glee Club 115 Pep Club 10,11,125 GRA 11,
HAVARD, MARY ANN
Ifbrarians 9,10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
HAWKINS, JUDY FAYE
HAWKINS, RONNA J O
Ronna College Prep. -Bus.
Orchestra 95 Forensic League 9,10,11,125 Plays 10,115 Debate
9,10, Lettered 105 Student Council 9,10,125 Pep Club 9,10,11,125
Thespians 11,125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
HAWKINS, SANDRA LOUISE
Needle 11,125 Plays 125 Pep Club 10,11,125 GRA 11,12.
HAWKINS, TRUDY KAYE
HAYES, SHERMAN LEE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Secretary 125 Forensic League 95 Plays
10,125 Extemp 95 Librarians 9,12, Vice-President of SLAAN 125
Basketball 9,10,11,' Lettered 10,115 Tennis 9,10,11,12, Lettered
10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 125 NAHS 12.
HEDGES, KATHLEEN SUE
Mixed Chorus 9,105 Pep Band 9,125 Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Lettered
10,11,125 Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Pep Club 9,10,11,125
GRA 105 International Club 11,125 Tennis 11,125 All State 12.
HESSON, STEVEN I LEE
FFA 9,10,11 ,12, Reporter 11, Vice-President 12.
HILL, DAVID B.
HINDMAN, SHELLIE LEE
Pep Club 9,10,115 GRA 105 DECA12.
HOBBS, DAVID GEORGE
Hob Industrial Arts
Football 95 Basketball 95 Track 9,11.
HOLDSWORTH, LORA JEAN
Mixed Chorus 105 Girls Glee Club 11,125 Pep Club 10,11,12.
HOLLAND, CHRISTINE E.
Cheerleading 9,10,11,12, Captain 125 Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12,
Lettered 115 Girls Glee Club 11,125 Plays 10,11,125 Debate 9'
Student Council 9,105 Thespians 10,11,125 Homecoming Attendent
125 Pep Club 10,11,12. ,
HoLM, GORDON W. 9
College Prep. -Ind.Arts
HOLUB, ELIZABETH MARY
BCUY College Prep.-Bus.
Qsibrarians 9, Biology Workshop 105 Pep Club 9,10,11,125 Inter-
national Club 11,125 Delta Mu Delta 12.
HOOVER, ANN AMELIA
HOOV College Prep.
Needle 10,11,125 Plays 10,115 Debate 95 Pep Club 9,10,11,125
Quill and Scroll 125 International Club 11,12, Treasurer 125 Tennis
115 Delta Mu Delta 12.
HORN, .IUDITH ANN
-I l1dY College Prep.
Pep Band 95 Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Debate 95 Major-
ette 9,10,11,125 Pep Club 9,10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 11,125 Inter-
national Club 11,125 Exchange student to Sweden.
HOYT, KATHLEEN SUSANNE
DECA 125 Pep Club 9,10,115 Art Club 11,12. '
HUMKE, SARAH KATHLEEN
Band 9,10,115 DECA 125 Pep Club 10,11,125 GRA 10,11,125 Inter-
national Club 12.
DAVIS, CHARLES M.
Chuck Industrial Arts
Football 122 Wrestling 12, Lettered 12.
DEGREEF, BONNYE GAYE
Newtonia Yearbook 113 Plays 10,11,123 Pep Club 9,10,11,123
International Club 12.
DEGREEF, DANIEL SHAYNE
FFA 9,10,11,12, Treasurer 123 Cross Country 10,11, Lettered ll,
Wrestling 9,10,11, Lettered 10.
DEGREEF, HARRIETT JOAN
Pep Band 9,10,11,123 Band 9,10,11,12.
Plays 10, Football 9.
Mixed Chorus 10,11,123 Girls Glee Club 11,123 Pep Club 11.
DICK, RANAE RUTH
Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,12, Secretary 123 Biology
Workshop 103 Pep Club 10,11,123 International Club 123 Delta Mu
DIMON, STEPHEN CRAIG
Steve College Prep.
Student Council 9g Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Basketball
9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,123
Baseball 11,12, Lettered 11,12.
DOLDER, SUSAN KAY
Mixed Chorus 9,103 Orchestra 11,123 Band 9,10,11,l2Q Majorette
123 Student Council 9,l2Q Pep Club 10,11,123 GRA 10,11,12.
DOUD, GUY WILLIAM
DOWNING, MARTHA EILEEN
Student Council 12.
DUFFUS, MICHAEL D.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Band 93 Football 9,
Lettered 93 Basketball 9,10,11, Lettered 9,113 Track 9, Lettered 9g
Boys Glee Club 11,12.
DUNCAN, MARK E.
DUNKIN, ROBERT MURRAY
Mm- College Prep.
Camera Club 12g Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,123 Track
9,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Wrestling 10.
DYAS , LINDA KAY
Linda College Prep.
Cheerleading 10,123 Student Council 103 Pep Club 9,10,l1,12Z
ELLIOTT, LARRY EDWARD'
Student Council 9,12, Vice-President 93 Kiwanis 122 Football 9,l0,
11,12, Lettered 11,123 Basketball 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Track
9,l0, Lettered 103 Baseball 11,12, Lettered11,12.
EVERSMAN, RONALD J.
Football 9g Basketball 93 Track 9g Managers, Football 10,11,12.
Lettered 10,11,12, Basketball, 1o,11,12, Lettered 10,11.12: Track
10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,12.
FAILOR, BONNIE JEAN
College Prep. -Bus.
Pep Club 10,11,12.
FAILOR, STEVEN RAY
FANE, DANIEL FRANK
Danny' Industrial Arts
FARVER, JAMES THOMAS
Tom College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 93 Newtonia Yearbook 11,123 Rotary 123 Delta Mu
FENN, KEITHEN FRANCES
FERBER, PATTY LOU
Plays 10,113 Art Club 10,11,12.
FINK, TERRANCE RAY
FISHER, D. ROBERT
Bob College Prep.
Debate 10,113 Football 10g Wrestling 10,11,12, Lettered 10,123
FREEMAN, BETTY CHARLENE
Mixed Chorus 9,10.
FROAH, CARROLL B.
Froah Industrial Arts
Football 9g Basketball 9g Golf 11 ,12.
GARVIN, PAMELA LEA
Mixed Chorus 9,105 Girls Glee Club ll, Pep Club 9,103 GRA 10.
GASPER, ERIC L.
Debate 9,103G,ibrarians Ill Biology Workshop 10,11,12.
GATCH, VIRGINIA ELLEN
Ginny College Prep.
Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Art Club 10,11,12.
GAUSE, STEPHEN A.
Steve College Prep.
Football 93 Basketball 9,10,113 Golf 11,12, Lettered 11.
GEARHART, JUDY ANN
Pep Club 9,10,l1,l2Q GRA 10,113 Art Club 11,12.
GERARD, MARCIA ELIZABETH
Murph College Prep.-Bus.
Needle 11,123 Plays 10,113 Debate 93 Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Quill
and Scroll 123 International Club 10,11,123 Tennis 11.
GHENT, ELMO TERRY
Elmo College Prep.
Football 9,10,1l,12, Lettered 10,11,123 Track 113 Wrestling 10,11,
GILLIAM, STEVEN LEE
Plays 103 Student Council 93 Kiwanis 113 Rotary 122 International
Club 11,123 Football 93 Track 93 Wrestling 9,l0, Lettered 103
Class Officer 9, Secretary3 Delta Mu Delta 12.
GOOD, MARY ELIZABETH
Pest College Prep.
LOWE, LINDA KAE
Mixed Chorus 9,l0,11,12Q Girls Glee Club 11,123 Orchestra 123
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered10,113 Majorette 123 Pep Club 10,11,12.
LUST, MARY ANN
College Prep. -Bus.
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,113 Pep Club 10,11,l2, Treasurer 123
GRA 10,11,123 International Club 123 Delta Mu Delta 12.
LYNCH, MARY ANN
Mixed Chorus 9,103 Girls Glee Club 11,123 Needle 113 Pep Club
LYNN BARBARA JEAN
Barb , General
Pep Club 10,I1.
McCONEGHEY, JOHN MICHAEL
Mike College Prep.
Debate 93 Student Council 10,11,123 Delta Kappa Tau 10,11,l2,
Secretary 11, Vice-President 123 Kiwanis 11g Rotary 12g Delta Mu
Delta 11,122 International 123 Science Club 9, President 93 Swim-
ming 11,12, Lettered 12, Co-Captain 123 Class Officer, Vice-
President 123 NAHS 12.
McCONEGHEY, THOMAS WAYNE
Tom A General
Biology Workshop 103 Football 9.
MCGOWEN, GERALD DEAN
Gerry College Prep.
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,113 Debate 9.
McKAY, DEBORAH SUE
Deb College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9, Lettered 9g Band 9, Lettered 9g Pep Club 1O,11,
123 GRA 10,11,l2, Vice-President 12g International Club 123 Tennis
11,123 Delta Mu Delta 12.
McKINNEY, THOMAS KEITH
McNEER, LINDA ANN
I College Prep. -Bus.
Needle 103 Pep Club 9,10,11,123 GRA 10,11,123 International Club
123 Track 10.
McQUISTON, VICKI CHRISTINE
Needle 103 Pep Club 11.
McREYNOLDS, LINDA LEE
MACHIN, DENNIS LEE ' A
FFA 9,10,11,12Q Football 10,11,l2, Lettered 11,123 Basketball 9g
MACHIN, LLOYD EDWIN
FFA 9,10,11,12. .
MACKERMAN, RICHARD HENRY
Mack Industrial Arts
MADISON, FLORENCE ELIZABETH '
Beth Home Economics
Pep Club 11,123 Art Club 10,11,l2,
Pep Club 9,10,11.
MATTHIAS, ROBERT FREDERIC
Bob College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 12, Vice-President 103 Boys
Glee Club 11,12, Secretary 123 Plays 123 Student Council 103
Thespians 123 International Club 123 Delta Mu Delta 11,123 Tennis
10,113 All State 11.
MEINDERTSMA, JUDY KAY
Band 93 Needle 103 Majorette 93 Student Council 113 Art Club 10.
MEREDITH, MARTHA MARY
Marth College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, President 123 Girls Glee
Club 11,123 Pep Band 10,11,123 Orchestra 9,11,12, Lettered 11,123
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,123 Student Council 113 Pep Club
11,123 International Club 11,12, Sec.-Treas. 113 All State 113
Delta Mu Delta 12.
MESSAMER, LINDA LU
MESSAMER, VICKI SUE
MICHALOW, MERVYN ROY
MCIV College Prep.
Student Council 123 Delta Kappa Tau 123 Rotary 123 Football 123
Tennis 123 Swimming 123 AFS Exchange student from South
MICKLE, THOMAS C.
MILLARD, LINDA LOUISE
Student Council 9Q..ibrarians 95 Pep Club 10,113 Art Club 10,11.
MILLER, CRAIG STEPHEN
MILLER, JON DAVID
MILLER, SUSAN CAROL
Pep Club 11,12.
MILLER, TERRY L.
Terr n General
Football 9g Basketball 93 Track 9g Cross Country 11,12, Lettered
MILLER, WILLIAM R. '
MODLIN, BILLIE C.. '
MOHLER, DANNY ARTHUR
DECA12, Secretary 123 Basketball 9,1O.
MOON, GEORGE F. II
DECA 12, President 12.
MOORE, CYNTHIA ANN
DECA 125 Pep Club 9,10,113 Art Club 10,11.
MORGAN, HARRY E. JR. i
Student Council 9,10,11,123 Delta Kappa Tau 10,11,123 Kiwanis
113 Rotary 125 NAHS 11,123 Delta Mu Delta 11,123 Football 9,10,
11,12, Lettered 11,12, Honorary Captain 123 Basketball 9,10,113
HYBL, CHARLES JAMES
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 12, Basketball 115 Wrestling 10.
ILLINGWORTH, SHIRLEY MAE
JAIMES, MARSHA FLORENCE
Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,1lg Pep Club 10,11,12g GRA 10,
l1,l2g International Club 12.
JENSEN, DALE WILLIAM
JOHNSON, GARY DEAN
Delta Kappa Tau 12, Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 12, Track 11,12g
Wrestling 9,10g NAHS 12.
JOHNSON, MARILYN SUE WOODY
Pep Club 9,10,11.
JOHNSON, RANDY LEE
JONES, BETSY MAUREEN
Needle 10, DECA 12, Pep Club 9,10,11,12g GRA 10,11.
KALDENBERG, WILLIAM ALLEN
Kaldy College Prep.
Delta Kappa Tau 10,11,12g Kiwanis 113 Rotary 12g Football 9,10,
11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,12, All State honorable mention 12, All
CIC first team 125 Basketball 9,10,11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,12,
Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,12, NAHS 12.
KEARNS , ROBERT MICHAEL
KEITH, SHARON ANN
Cheerleading 11,12g Mixed Chorus 9,10g Pep Club 10,11,12g
KINGERY, DAVID JAMES
Dave Industrial Arts
Football 9,10,l1, Lettered 10, Wrestling 9,10.
KLING, MARY ANN
Pep Club 9,10.
KNAPP, THOMAS EDWARD
KNOPF, LINDA CAROL
Cheerleading 9, Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11, Girls Glee
Club 11,123 Orchestra 9, Band 93 Pep Club 11,12, President 123
Delta Mu Delta 11,12g International Club 113 Class 0ff1CC1',
Treasurer 12, Homecoming Attendent 12, FFA Sweetheart Atten-
KONO, JUDY BETH
Student Council 113 Pep Club 9,10,11.
KOON, NORMA JEAN
KREAGER, BARBARA SUE
Pep Club 10.
KREAGER, LINDA KAY
i College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Girls Glee Club 11,12g
Newtonia Yearbook 11,12, Pep Club 10,11g Delta Mu Delta 12.
KREAGER, MARY ELLEN
Mare College Prep.
Pep Band 9,123 Orchestra 9,12, Lettered 12, Band 9,10,11,12, Let-
tered 10,l1,12g Pep Club 9,10,11,12, GRA 103 International Club
11,12g Tennis 11.
KYTE, CHARLES JAY
Buck College Prep.
Delta Kappa Tau 11,123 Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Bas-
ketball 9g Track 9,l0,11,12g Wrestling 10,11,12, Lettered 12. Hon-
orary Football Captain 12g NAHS 12. ,
LANDWIER, MARILYN KAY
- College Prep.
Gsibrarians 99 Biology Workshop 10j Pep Club 9,10,11,12, Art
Club 12, International Club 10,11,12g Science Club 9, Vice-Presi-
dent 9g Tennis 11, Debate 9.
LANE, MICHAEL DEAN
Rich College Prep.
Football 95 Golf 10,11, Lettered 11.
LAWLER, LLOYD TIMOTHY
LEMKE, SUSAN DIANNE
Mixed Chorus 95 DECA 12, Pep Club 10,11g Student Council 11.
LEONARD, LINDA JO
L.J. Home Economics
Mixed Chorus 9, Pep Club 10,11.
LINT, KATHERINE MARIE
Girls Glee Club 12, Band 9,1Og Pep Club 10,11,12g GRA 11,12.
LIVENGOOD, JOAN KAY
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Girls Glee Club 11.12,
Qjbrarians 113 Pep Club 9,10,11,12, International Club 10,11,12,
Science Club 9, Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow, Delta
Mu Delta 12.
LOGUE, DIXIE LEE
LONG, MARJORIE JANE
Mixed Chorus 9,10g Girls Glee Club 11.
LOTHE, JAMES LEWIS Y
Jim College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Vice-President 123 Boys
Glee Club 11,125 Plays 11,125 Drama 12, Debate 9, Interp 12,
Oratory 93 Thespians 11,l2, President 12, Delta Mu Delta 11,l2g
All State 12.
LOUNSBURY, ELSIE JOYCE
Dave College Prep.
Football 9,103 Basketball 9,10,11, Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 12Q
Cross Country 11,12, Lettered 123 Swimming 123 NAHS 12.
RISDAL, THOMAS RAY
Tom College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10Q Student Council 9,122 Delta Kappa Tau 11,12,
Kiwanis 113 Rotary 123 NAHS 11,12Q Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered
11,123 Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 123 Wrestling 9,10,11,12, Lettered
11,123 2nd team CIC Football 123 3rd CIC Wrestling 11, 1st CIC
ROBERTS, FORREST D.
Delta Mu Delta 12.
ROBINSON, RANDAL KENNETH
Business - Ind.Arts
ROBSON, JERRY DONALD
ROBSON, JOHN P.
ROEWERT, NANCY ANN
Nance College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,103 Cardinal 93 Forensic League 123 Plays 10,
11,123 Interp 11,123 Student Council 123 Pep Club 9,10,11,123
Thespians 10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,12, Sec.-Treas. 11, Vice-
President 123 Delta Mu Delta 11,123 International Club 11,12,
Vice-President 123 Golf 123 Y.F.U. student to Germany 11.
RUNNER, MARILYN JANE
, Home Economics
SAMPSON, LINDA BETH
Cheerleading 9g Student Council 10,113 Pep Club 10,11,123 GRA
10,11,123 Tennis 11,12.
SANDROCK, DONNA MARIE
Bigfrilfne A- BIISIHCSS
Mixed chorus Qguibwians 99 Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Art ciub 11,
12, Secretary 123 Senior Queen.
SCHAKEL, LINDA BETH
- College Prep.
Orchestra 93 Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 113 Forensic League 9,10,
11,123 Debate 9,10, Lettered 10g Extemp 9,10, Lettered 103 Student
Council 123 Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Delta Mu Delta 11,123 Internation-
al Club 12.
SCHNATHORST, JANE ELLEN
Mixed Chorus 9,103 Girls Glee Club 12, Vice-President 123 Needle
103 Cardinal 9g Forensic League 11,123 Plays 10,11,123 Debate 9g
Oratory 11,123 Interp 11,123 Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Thespians 11,123
GRA 10,113 International Club 123 Homecoming Attendent 123
FFA Sweetheart 103 Delta Mu Delta 12.
SCHRADER, FRANKLIN DANIEL
SCHRADER, GARROLD LEE
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 123 Track 9,103 Wrestling 9g Swim-
ming 11,12, Lettered 12.
SCHRODER, ARMENTA CHERYL
Armie College Prep.
Needle 10,11,123 Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Quill and Scroll 11,123
SCHROEDER, NAN EMMA
Nanie College Prep.
Pep Band 93 Orchestra 10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,123 Band 9,10,11,
12, Lettered 10,11,123 Cardinal 93 Debate 93 Extemp 93 Student
-Council 11,123 Pep Club 10,11,123 International Club 10,11,12,
President 11,123 Delta Mu Delta 12.
SCHROYER, CAROL LYN
Needle 10,11,123 Public Speaking 113 Pep Club 10,11,123 GRA
10,113 International Club 123 Tennis 11.
SCHULENKLOPPER, JACOBA P.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,113 Girls Glee Club 113 Pep Club 10,11,123
SCHULTZ, ROY C.
SCOTT, FRED VERALD
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,123 Boys Glee Club 10,11,123 Debate 9,103
FFA 9g Delta Mu Delta 12.
SEVENBERGEN, WILLIAM B., JR.
College Prep. - Ind.Arts
SHAVER, CHARLENE ANN
Pep Club 10,1l.
SHEA, SAMMY PAUL '
F13-Sh College Prep.
Camera Club 123 Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,123 Track
9,10, Lettered 93 Wrestling 10,11, Lettered 10,113 Baseball 11,
SHELLEY, EDNA JEANNE
Jeanne College Prep.
Needle 10,11,12, Editor 123 Pep Club 10,11,123 Quill and Scroll
11,123 GRA 103 International Club 12? Y.F.U. Exchange student
to Sweden 11.
SHEPARD, KATHLEEN LOUISE
Kathy College Prep.
Needle 11,123 Cardinal 93 Plays 123 Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Thespians
12g GRA 11,123 International Club 123 Tennis 11.
SHIVES, THOMAS CLYDE
T-C- College Prep.
Band 9g Forensic League 9,10,11,123 Plays 103 Debate 9,10,11,12,
Lettered 9,10,11,123 Radio 9,10,11,123 Oratory 12, Interp 10,11,123
Student Council 9,l1,12, Vice-President 11, President 123 Delta
Kappa Tau 11,l2, President 123 Kiwanis 12, Golf 10,113 State Stu-
dent Council President 1l3 Boys State Governor 113 Delta Mu Delta
SILLE, J UDITH ANN
SIMPSON, STEPHAN R.
TCCI College Prep.
Student Council 9,l1,12, President 93 Delta Kappa Tau 10,11,123
Kiwanis 113 Rotary 123 Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 123 Basket-
ball 9,10,11,12, Lettered 123 Baseball 10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,123
SISCO, MICHAEL ALLEN
Rotary 123 Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 123 Basketball 9,10,11,12,
Lettered 11,123 Track 9,10.
SKOKAN, DANNY DEL
Dan College Prep.
Orchestra 9,10,11,123 Delta Mu Delta 12.
SKOW, ROBERT WALTER
M0059 College Prep.
Delta Kappa Tau 10,11,123 Kiwanis 11, Rotary 123 Football 9,10,
11,12, Lettered 10,11,123 Basketball 9,103 Track 9,10,113 Baseball
Track 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 11,123 Baseball 103 Class Officer, Presi-
MORGAN, PAMELA KAY
Cheerleading 9g Plays 10,11,123 Public Speaking 113 Pep Club
10,11,12, Vice-President 123 Thespians 123 GRA 10,11,12, Presi-
dent 11, State Treas. 11, State Pres. 123 Art Club 11,12, President
11, Track 103 Tennis 11,12.
MOTTET, JOHN FRANCIS
Crash College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9g Student Council 9g President 9g Delta Kappa Tau
10,11,123 Kiwanis 123 Basketball 9g Golf 10.
MULBROOK, MICHAEL DAVID
Football 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 11,123 Track 9,10,.11,12. '
MURPHY, PATRICK D.
Pat College Prep.
Debate 9,10,113 Oratory 10.
MURRAY, VERNIE ELIZABETH
Plays 10,11,12, Pep Club 10,11,123 Girls Track 103 Tennis 11,12.
MYERS, DAVID HARRY
Forensic League 9g Debate 93 Radio 93 Basketball 93 Tennis 9,10,
11,12, Lettered10,11,123 Delta Mu Delta 123 NAHS 12.
MYRICK, JAMES L.
Jim College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,113 Boys Glee Club 113 Plays 10.
NELSON, MICHAEL DAVID
NELSON, RAGAN O.
NELSON, TERRY W.
NEWTON, TED FRASIER
Pep Band 10,11,12, Director 12g Orchestra 10,11,12, Lettered 10,
11,12, Band 9,10,11,l2, President 12, Lettered 10,11,123 Camera
Club 103 Forensic League 9,10,11,123 Speech Letter 103 Debate
9,10, Lettered IOQ Radio 10? Student Council 11,123 Kiwanis 12,
Delta Mu Delta 11,123 International Club 11,123 AFS Exchange
student to Germany 11.
NORTHRUP, REBECCA BIS.OM
Becky . . College Prep.
Orchestra 9g Band 9,10LLibrarians 9bPep Club 10.
OLIVER, ELLEN ANN
E11 College Prep.
Needle 11,123 Cardinal 9g Debate 9g Pep Club 9,10,11,123 Interna-
tional Club 11,123 Tennis 11,123 Delta Mu Delta 12.
ONNEN, TIMOTHY DALE
Delta Kappa Tau 10,11,123 Kiwanis 123 NAHS 11,123 Football
9,10,11,l2, Lettered 11,12, 2nd team all CICQ Track 9,10,113
Wrestling 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 11,12, 11-3rd place CIC, 12-1st
place CIC3 Exchange student to Finland 11.
OSBORN, GARY LEROY
OVERTURF, E. DOUGLAS
Doug College Prep.
OWENS, JOSEPH E.
Joe College Prep.
Student Council 123 Art Club 123 Football 10,11,12, Lettered 123
Track 10,11,12, Lettered 12g Wrestling 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 12.
PARKER, EDWARD A. 1
PARSONS , BRYCE
Student Council 123 Plays 123 Football 103 Track 12g Cross Country
11, Lettered 11.
PARTELOW, JEROLD DEAN
Jerry Industrial Arts
PAULSON, DIANE LYNN
Mixed Chorus 9,103 Girls Glee Club 10,113 Art Club 11.
PENDROY, LANORA BAXTER
PENNY, MARY JANE
PGH College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,102 Pep Band 12g Band 10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,123
Pep Club 9,10,11,123 International Club 11,12.
PERNTZ, CARL GUNNAR I
3 College Prep.
Camera Club 123 Student Council 12g Delta Kappa Tau 123 Inter-
national Club 12g Track 12g Swimming 123 Y.F.U. student from
Sweden3 NAHS 12.
PERRYMAN, CHRISTOPHER LEE
Chris College Prep.
Football 9g Golf 9g Swimming 11,12, Captain 12, Lettered 12.
PETERSON, CURTIS E.
Pete I College Prep.
Pep Band 10,11,123 Band 9,10,11,123 Basketball 9.
PETERSON, NEIL OMER
Basketball Manager 10,113 Track Manager 10,113 Transferred from
PRITCHARD, MICHAEL ANTHONY
PURVIS , LYLE DUANE
QUICK, DIANA KAY
QUINN, KAREN JOYCE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,123 Girls Glee Club 11,125 Pep Band 10,113
Orchestra 9,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Band 9,10,11,l2, Lettered 10,
11,123 International Club 12g All State, Orchestra3 Pep Club 12. A
REAMES, EDNA MARY
Mixed Chorus 9.
REPP, CARL LEON
RETHMEIER, GLEN DAVID
D are General
Track 11,12, Lettered 11,123 Cross Country 11,12, Lettered 11,123
Wrestling 10,11, Lettered 10.
REXROAT, JOYCE F.
Rex H E -
Pep Club 10,11,123 GRA 10,11,12. Ome conomlcs
RICHARDS, DAVID LEE
VAN DALEN, SERANA MARIE
VANDER LEEST, TERRY ALLEN
DECA125 Manager 9.
VANDER PUTTE, DONALD LEE
VAN DRIMMELEN, STEVEN DALE
Steve College Prep.
Thespians 10,11,125 Track 11,12, Lettered 12.
VAN DYKE, WILLIAM RUSSELL
Whip College Prep.
Band 95 Forensic League 9,10,11,125 Debate 9,10,11,12, Lettered
10,11,125 Radio 10,115 Extemp 9,10,11,125 Delta Kappa Tau 125
Rotary 125 Golf 10,115 Delta Mu Delta 12.
VAN SICKLE, JENNY MAY
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,125 Girls Glee Club 11,125 International Club
VAN VEEN, LINDA DIANNE
Pep Club 10,11,125 GRA 11,12.
VERSTEEGH, DUANE ALLEN
Pep Band 105 Band 9,10,115 DECA 125 Manager 9.
VERWERS, DELORES MAE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11, Vice-President 125 Girls
Glee Club 11,125 Orchestra 95 Band 95 Delta Mu Delta 11,125 In-
ternational Club 115 Commended by National Merit 12.
VINSON, CHERYL ANN
VORHIES, KATHY RAYE
Needle 11,125 Plays 115 Pep Club 10,11,125 Quill and Scroll 125
International Club 12.
WADSWORTH, STEVEN PERRY
WEHRLE, SHELTON ANNE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,125 Girls Glee Club 11,12, President 125
Pep Club 10,11,125 GRA 105 International Club 12.
WELDON, WILLIAM BRYAN
Plays 10,11,125 Thespians 11,12.
WELLS, STEVEN LOWELL
WENDT, CATHERINE LOUISE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,115 Girls Glee Club 115 Newtonia Yearbook
11,12, Co-Editor 125 Debate 95 Pep Club 9,10,11,125 Delta Mu
Delta 11,125 GRA 125 International Club 12.
WHEELER, LINDA KAY
Cheerleading 9,11,125 Needle 10,11,125 Cardinal 95 Student Coun-
cil 9,10,11,125 Pep Club 9,10,115 GRA 10,11,12, Vice-President 11,
President 125 Homecoming Queen 125 Class Officer, President 9,
Vice-President 11, Secretary 12.
WHITE, CHERYL KAY
WHITE, LARRY GALE
Lar College Prep.
Pep Band 11,125 Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Football 105
Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Cross Country 11,12, Lettered
11,125 Swimming 11,12, Lettered 11,12,
WIGGIN, DONALD DOUGLAS II
Wig College Prep.
Cardinal Gents 115 Tennis 10.
WILLIAMS, JAMES EDWARD, JR.
Jim Industrial Arts
Football 95 Track 9.
WILSON, DANNY ALAN '
Mixed Chorus 95 Football 12.
WOODS, JUNELLA LEE
Jelly - Business
Pep Club 9,10,11.
WOODY, RUTH ARDELLE
WORMLEY, JON CLARKE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Boys Glee Club 11,125
Debate 95 Student Council 125 Basketball 9.
YOAKUM, KAREN ANN
YOUNG, JEWELL RENEE
Mixed Chorus 9,105 Pep Club 9,10,11,125 GRA10,11,125 Art Club
125 International Club 12.
l0,11,12, Lettered 10,113 Swimming 11? Class Officer, Treasurer
SMITH, LINDA DARLENE
Librarians 9?Pep Club 9,10,11,12: GRA 10,11,12-
SMITH, SANDRA LYNN
Sandy College Prep.
Forensic League 11,123 Plays 10,11,123 Public Speaking 10,11,
12, Lettered 113 Interp 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123CLibrarians 933
Pep Club 11,123 Thespians 11,12, Sec.-Treas. 123 International
Club 10,11,l2, Secretary 12.
SNOOK, CONNIE LYNN
Cheerleading 9g Mixed Chorus 9,I0,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Girls
Glee Club 11,123 Cardinal 93 Plays 11,123 Student Council 9,10,
11LLibrarians 91 Pep Club 10,11,123 Thespians 12, GRA 9,10,11,
123 All State 12g Class Officer, President 9.
SNOOK, MARIANNA KAY
Pep Club 10,11,123 International Club 12.
STARRETT, DAVID PRESTON
Dave College Prep.
Band 93 Plays 10,11,123 Debate 9,103 Thespians 10,11,12.
STEPHENSON, SUSAN LYNN
Sue College Prep. -Bus.
Mixed Chorus 9g Needle 103 Pep Club 9,10,11.
Student Council 12g Delta Kappa Tau 11,123 Rotary 123 Football
9,I0,11,12, Lettered 10,11,123 Basketball 9,103 Track 9,10,11,
Lettered 10,11. -
STEWART, BILLY LEE
STIVERS, ALICE LOUISE
STONE, MARTIN HANS
STROVERS, DENNIS C.
FFA 10,113 Mixed Chorus 93 Football 9,103 Basketball 9g Track 9g
Wrestling 10,11, Lettered 10.
SUTTON, LINDA LOU
' 5. Home Economics
Mixed Chorus 9,10CLibrarians 9k GRA 11.
SWAIN, MARIE ELIZABETH
MUfdY Home Economics
DECA 123 Librarians 123 Pep Club 10,11,12.
SWALWELL, LORETTA KAY
Colle e Pre
? iMixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Girls Glee Club 11,12,
CL1brar1an 123 Band 93 Newtorua Yearbook 11,12, Co-Editor 123
Debate 9g Science Club 9g Pep Club 9,10,11,123 International Club
11,123 Delta Mu Delta 12.
SWITZER, JULIE ANN
Cheerleading 105 Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Forensic
League 9,10,11,123 Debate 93 Pep Club 11,12, Secretary 123 All
State 11,123 Orchestra President 9,123 Homecoming Attendent 12.
SYNHORST, PAULA JAYNE
l College Prep.
M1xed.Chorus 9g Band 9g Newtonia Yearbook 11,123 Cardinal 9g
FOICHSIC League 9,10,11,123 Plays 10,113 Debate 9,103 Oratory
10,11, Lettered 10,113 Radio 9g Pep Club 9,10,11,123 GRA 10,11,123
Delta Mu Delta 12.
TABOR, RICHARD LEWIS .
Rick Industrial Arts
Cross-country 11, Lettered 11g Wrestling 10, Lettered 10.
TALBOT, DAVID RAY
TAYLOR, DAVID ALLEN
TAYLOR, DENNIS WAYNE
TERREBROOD, LINDA KAY
Terra College Prep. -Bus.
Cheerleading 10,113 Needle 113 Cardinal 93 Pep Club 9,12Q GRA 10.
THIELMANN, MICHAEL C.
Mike College Prep.
Orchestra 9,103 Debate 9g Student Council 12g Delta Mu Delta 11,
123 International Club 123 Wrestling 9,10.
THOMAS, SANDRA MAE
Sandy College Prep.
Pep Club 10,113 Art Club 11,12.
THOMPSON, THOMAS G.
THORSON, CRAIG EUGENE -
Mixed Chorus 103 Student Council 123 Delta Kappa Tau 11,123
Art Club 123 Football 10,11, Lettered 113 Track 10,113 Wrestling
THURMAN, ROY L.
TIPTON, ,IUDITH LYNN
TOWNSEND, BARBARA .IO ' ,
Barb P125 Pl Q Business
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Qsibrarian 125 Girls Glee Club 11,123
DECA 12, Historian 123 Pep Club 10,11,123 Student Council 11,
12g DECA Sweetheart 12.
TRATCHEL, STEVEN BRUCE
College Prep. -Ind.Arts ,
TRENT, PAMELA KAY
I College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,123 Girls Glee Club 11,12, Secretary 123
Orchestra 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,123 Debate 9g Extemp 93 Biol-
ogy Workshop 103 International Club 10,11,123 Delta Mu Delta 12.
VALENTINE, JAMES MICHAEL
-lim , Agriculture
FFA 9,10,11,12Q Football 12, Lettered 12g Track 11,12,
VAN BAREN, JAMES ALAN if
-lim College Prep.
Track 11,12, Lettered 123 Cross Country 11.
VAN DALEN, DAVID WESLEY
Dave College Prep.-Agri.
Mixed Chorus 9g Pep Band 11,123 Orchestra 12g Band 10,11,123
FFA 9,10,11,12, President 12, Secretary 113 Rotary 123 Delta Mu
Delta 12. .
As Co-Editors of the 1966 NEWTONIA, we would like to
express our personal thanks to the NEWTONIA staff and
especially to Mr. Turk for the many hours of planning and
hard work which have gone into the NEWTONIA,s pro-
duction. We hope that many of the memorable events which
have taken place this year are preserved for you in the pre-
We would like to thank these photographers and organi-
zations for their contributions and help to the staff: Hawkins
Studio, Tyler's Studio, Newton Daily News, Mr. Orthner,
and the Newton High School Camera Club.
Special thanks go to Elaine Rowe for the NEWTONIA's
art work and cartopning, and to Mark Woofter for the cover
We want to thank the Newton businessmen for their
support and cooperation and hope that the Newton High
School students give our advertisers their support.
This annual is but a small token of the events of the 1965-
66 school year which holds many memories for Newton High
School students. We sincerely hope that you will find the best
memories and events of the school year in this 1966
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Congratulations and Best Wishes
PY 2-1066 for Prescriptions
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Phone PY 2-2230 Newton
John Deere Farm Equipment
Parts and Seryice
Newtonis Building Center
c'Live Better . . . Electrically"
Phone: PY 2-7184
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Phone PY 2-5252 NCWIOI1, Iowa
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Phone: PY 2-1155
The Store With
Edgar 81 Gerda Sersland
to the Seniors
Maytag Hotel Phone PY 2-6375
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OFFICE PRACTICE-Ann Bridenstine is shown here working at the Jasper County Savings Bank as part of her
office practice training. We are happy to participate in this training program and other school activities.
Graduating seniors and underclassmen: We invite you to use the services of our progressive bank. Whether you
open a checking or savings account, need information about education loans, or just want to visit about your plans
for the future, you are always welcome at the Jasper County Savings Bank. Come in soon.
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NEWTON, IOWA MEMBER F.D.I.CTX
HY-VEE FOOD STORES
Friendliness, Service, and Low Prices
1302 lst Ave. West 1702 lst Ave- East
Complete Travel Service
202 lst St., N.
Congratulations Seniors .
Newton Seed Store
Terpstra 81 Van Maaren
IELEVISION a Moro
SALES and ssnvlcs
Noam sms or SQUARE
Also REAR summcs mom muclne lor
'IIO North 2nd Ave. Wes? 9 Newton, Iowa
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WILSON Sz O'BR1EN
REAL ESTATE. E INSURANCE ak LOANS
208 N. 2ND. AVE. WEST :ff P.O. BOX 469
NEWTON, IOWA 50208
. Congratulations and Best Wishes '
Class of 66
Our 57th Year
SPECIALTY ADVERTISING CALENDARS
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THE TYLER STUDIO
Mrs. Raymond Brazelton
124-W N. 2nd Aye. W.
South Side Drug Store
Phone PY 2-3501
Newton Clinic Building
Phone PY 2-6317
Prescriptions Our Specialty
From the Newton
NEW CAR DEALERS
YOU SAVE MONEY WHEN YOU TRADE CARS
WITH YOUR LOCAL NEWTON DEALER
Axtell Ford-Mercury Hawkeye Chevrolet
Getz Buick-Pontiac Sanders Motor Sales
Key Oldsmobile - Cadillac Inc.
Buy Your Car With Confidence
Newton New Car Dealer
For the Best in
Always Jn Jim, gleam, of 66
WQRMHQUD-ps MAY You FIND MucH
Newton 'OWU SUCCESS IN YOUR FUTURE
T H E 2110012 c 0 M P A N Y
Newton, Iowa Phone 515 792-2880
EXCLUSIVE ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES, CALENDARS, BUSINESS
GIFTS, SIGNS, PREMIUM PROGRAMS AND SALES INCENTIVES
Congratulations to the
Class of 1966
JASPER LUMBER CO.
Serving Our Community
NEWTONS NEIGI-IBOIQLYI BANK
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f ILL-I Come In and Get Acquainted
NEWTON NATIONAL BANK .:. NEWTON, IOWA
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
PIERCE FURNITURE CO.,
'gWe Furnish The Home Comp-letelyi'
Newton Shopping Center
IO9 Eost Third Street South
SALES AND ZENITH SERVICE
VERN'S TV SERVICE
6'For the Best Picture in Town"
' RADIO ' TELEVISION ' STEREO
PY 2-2026 210 First Ave. E. Newton, Iowa
Your Complete Decorating Center
RUSK HOME CENTER
Across from Hotel Maytag
Congratulations Seniors ' Congmtulfztiom Seniorx
United Telephone Compony GO Bfying
of Iowci CENTER LANES
Telephone Employees Wish Free Instruction
the Best Phone PY 2-4735
I May Your Future be a
I Successful One
I-IESSE MEN 'S WEAR
The Store for the Young Man
I West Side Square Newton, Iowa
I NEWTON FURNITURE
I 215 North 2nd Avenue West
Our Congratulations to the
Class of 1966
NEwToN HOME SAVINGS
AND LoAN ASSOCIATION
Sawing! Center of jaxper County
SAVINGS - HOME LOANS
Savings Insured Up To 510,000 With Federal Savings
And Loon Insurance Corporation
Our 71 st Anniversary
D XCPK 6ul7J717 Mferibl
EJEINIINIISTOINI DAFITIQIIICSEI- fjcl.
223 4th sf. N. fvewion' Iowa
Bundy Allen Photography
Formerly Hawkins Studio
213 1st Ave West
A NEW HIGH SCHOOL HANOOUT1
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F Sp y F
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V2 Block East of the Square
PY 2-5059 ,100 N. 2nd Ave. E. Newton, low
You're Always Welcome at
North Side lj
Gifts - Housewares - Paints
HOTEL MAYTAG COFFEE SHOP
Firestone, Goodyear Tires 81 Batterie 213lj2 W, 2nd St, N.
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Wash, Lub, Sz Tune
MORGAN .I EWELERS
EARL MAY STORE
West Side Square, Newton
Seiko - Bulova - Favre - Levba - Caravelle
POWER REXALL DRUG STORE D-EES CARDS AND GIFTS
West Side Square
POWER 8z HARRINGTON PHARMACY
Hallmark Cards - Candles - Gifts
Newton Shopping Center
NEWTON OFFICE SUPPLY
Division of Des Moines Stationery Co. A
Office Supplies 8K Equipment
School Supplies-Typewriters Samtone Dry Cleaning
Card 81 Gift Items 212 FIRST STREET NORTH-PHONE PY 2-1233
102 lst st. N. Phone 792-2460 NEWTON- 10W-4
West Side of Square
It's The Best
Service Your Dollar
Across from Shopping Center
Phone PY 2-8200
Best of Luck Grads!
FORBES AND NEWELL
From the Center Barbers
FRANCIS 81 WILLIE 81 BILL
.IUPITER DISCOUNT STORES
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Graduates of 1966 '
CONGRATULATIONS NEWTON CARDINAL SWIMMING
TEAM ON A FINE SEASON
Coach Toppenberg Larry Ingersoll Carl Perntz
Denny Bewyer Steve Matsen Chris Perryman
Mike Butler Dave McConeghey Garrold Schrader
Terry Colwell Mike McConeghey Dick Tomlin
Steve Furry Merv Michalow Larry 'White
NORTH SIDE OF SQUAR'-if DIAL PY2f3I3ll-
The most complete service
store in town.
Retail, Catalog, Automotive
SZj1!e Sho e
Where Smart Things Flourish
1966 Newtonia Staff
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MAYTAG EXTENDS BEST YVISHES
TO THE CLASS OF '66
AND A SPECIAL SALUTE TO
MAYTAG SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
T. Altenhofen David Beard Linda Bebout D. Cumming Ranae Dick Tom Farver
Bob Fisher Deborah Grout L. Hamilton Sherman Hayes Judith Horn Joan Livengood
James Lothe R. Matthias M. McConeghey Harry Morgan Ted Newton NHUCY ROCWGFI
Linda Schakel Nan Schroeder Tom Shives M. Thielmann Alinda Urias W. Van Dyke
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LARCHWOOD FLOWER SHOP
Corsages, Wedding Flowers, Gifts
Warfard Bros. Florists
South Side El Phone PY 2-4-892
RUSSEL D. ADAMS SERVICE
America's Finest Sport- Cycling
4-03 lst Ave. E. Dial 792-364-2
First in Style and Quality
At Lowest Price Anywhere
Newton Shopping Center
Phone 2-4166 215 First Ave. West
GOOD LUCK, GRADS
JASPER COUNTY BARBER
Phone PY 2-2911
GRAY'S 66667, SERVICE ' ' ' at ,
225 lst Ave. East-Phone PY 2-7235 S
mmuvs Newton, Iowa A FWS' m Fashlon
La Petite Beauty. Salon
206 N. 2nd Ave. W. Phone: PY 2-2391
Beautiful Fiber Tone Cleaning
MATTINGLY'S MUSIC STORE
Jasper County's Largest Record 8r Sheet Music Dept.
West Side Square-Newton, Iowa
B7S CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE
May The Challenge Of The
Class of '66 Be Accomplished
106 No. 2nd Ave. E.
Eat with the Gang after the Came
221 First Ave. W.
BROWN'S SHOE FIT CO.
A fit for every foot. The deb's den for style and fashion
South side of El Newton
HERB,S CITIES SERVICE
The Best in the West
The East side of Newton 21 7
For Automotive Service
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