Newton High School - Newtonia Yearbook (Newton, IA)
- Class of 1967
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Newton l-ligh has a legend, an identity all
its own. Its outward signs are a red hat and
"Blood 'n Thunder" at pep assemblies, its
deeper qualities are those of loyalty and ambi-
tion and drive. lt has been shared by thou-
sands of students over the years. And it is
embodied in one man, "Pop" Lynn.
l-le is personal, and a little different for
everyone. l-le is enthusiasm, inflexibility, and
patient suffering at schedule changes or lost
activity cards. l-le is discipline, kindness, and
concern for the development of young lives.
l-le is the intense man who has stamped his
character upon every brick of his institution.
For forty-three years, the school has been his
life. l-le has watched it grow in size and in repu-
tation. l-le has seen the senior classes get a
little larger each year. l-le has shared in its
glories-and its defeats. He has applauded
its scholars and inwardly wept over those
whose lives were wasted.
lf a student thinks of "Pop" as solemn, he
is right. If he thinks of him as jovial, he is right.
And if the name "Pop" l.ynn brings to mind a
scholar, an athlete, or a friend, the image is
still correct. A student may or may not have
really gotten to "know" "Pop" as it is impos-
sible to "know" a great sprinter before he runs
the mile. "Pop" was so absorbed in his work
that man and task became one. l-lis train of
thought is inseparable from the goal he sought.
Only in this way could he have achieved such
triumph over the years. Only in this way could
he have built such respect as to cause his
students to say with pride, "I know him. This
is the man we call 'F'op."' W
As we complete our high school careers,
the classes of '67,.'68, and all the rest will dis-
solve into individuals, each going his separate
way. But which one of us, twenty years from
now, will not be proud to reach for that aged
yearbook, brushing the dust from its faded
cover, and opening it, point to aphotograph
and say, "That's him. and I used to know him.
l knew 'Pop' Lynn."
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clude: An unexpected
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cation of the stadium on "Pop
Field, and the presentation
membership in the Na-
tional Forensic League
by the debate students.
These and many other
tributes were one way
of saying from all of us,
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Standing: Mrs. Vera Church, Mrs. Wilma Henderson, Mrs.
Marjorie Logan, Mrs. Marilyn Johnson. Seated: Mrs. Evelyn
Mr. D. D. Dunlavy
Mr. Clarence Beavers Cvocational Directorj, Mr. George Rinehart CCoordinator of Curriculumj, Mr. Russell Blumeyer CDirector of Curriculum Lab-
oratoryj, Mr. Clair Swan CStudent Teacher Coordinatorj, Mr. Donald Van Langen CSenior High vice-principalj, Mr. D. D. Dunlavy fSuperintendentJ,
Mr. E. E. Osborn CDirector of lnstructionb, Mr. Arthur Loftsgard CJunior High principalj, Mr. Roland Tullberg Uunior High principalj, Mr. Gene Kelley 5
1Director of Businessj, Mr. J. F. Becker CJunior High principalj.
Mr. W. J. Richards
Mr. Marion Welle
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Mr. Donald Byers, President
Mrs. John Power
Mr. Alvin Rempp
Mr. Robert Scott
Mr. W. C. Ilstrup
Newton National Bank
Miss Lela Bishop
V Mr. H. A. Lynn
THE SPIRIT OF THE CAFQDINAL
In 1934 the annual was dedicated to "The Car-
dinal". The dedication was as follows: "The Car-
dinal-a symbol of NHS spirit in its entirety. The
spirit is inspired by the devotion of each member
of Nl-IS to every project, it is strengthened by the
partnership of students with teachers and class-
matesg it is elevated when one is cheering at
gamesg but it attains its greatest height when
one realizes that the Cardinal represents loyalty
to every phase of school activity."
Yes, the Cardinal-
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fetching manners as for his brilliant plumage.
-Always bears himself with
refined and courtly dignity.
-ls a shining example of su-
periority-a bird to call forth respect and admira-
-With his fine crested head
and distinguished appearance presents a study
b -intrigues his listeners with
his cheery song.
You will forget many of the actual experiences
of your high school days but I hope the Cardinal,
which symbolizes the spirit of the NHS, will live
Just remember-when the going gets tough and
the road is rough, your NHS slogan-"You can do
it-you're a CardinaI". Thanks for 43 wonderful
Miss Helen Bishop Mrs- Georgie Gregoire N"'S- Hem" Kfeagef WS' Jean Scarbmugh
Secretary SGC Veta FY
Mr. Lynn Directs NHS Through the
Year Assisted by Mr. Van Langen
Miss Marjorie Bothel
Mr. Donald K. Van Langen
Mr. Eugene Bridenstine MF- DWiBhfNHUB8iflS
Mrs. Leatha Hesson Mrs. HUITIKS
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First nine weeks Student Teachers: Craig Kern, Karilyn Hughes, Beth Pechacek, Ann Mulla
hey, Roger Fedelleck, Patty Cross, Jane Schneider, Linda Shevel, Angeline Vocalino, Bar
Mr. Clarence Beavers
Mrs. Sarah Brown Miss Donna Burns Mrs. Ann Burger MF- El-'Serie Bl-II'tOh
Biology English English OI'Cl'1eS'Cr'a
Under the guidance of Mr. Hansuld, boys learn the proper way
of working with wood and building fine pieces of furniture.
Mr. John Daleiden Mrs. Marlene DeBruyn
English Physical Education
lnformal discussion groups are used very frequently in his-
tory courses. This group is discussing the effects of the
ln French classes tapes are used so that the students may Mutmy of 1857'
hear Frenchmen speaking.
Mr, Ea.-I Chism Mr. Leland cook Mr- Vlfilliam-Curry
Physical Education Band Soma' Smence
Business Math students work on one of
their in-class assignments. Problems!
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Chris Blyth read a Research paper at the Iowa Junior Acad-
emy of Science meeting April 21, at Drake University, "The
Effects of Crowding on Two Inbred Strains of Mice." Chris
also was an Iowa Talent Search winner. Michael Huston also
read a Research paper at the Iowa Junior Academy of Sci-
ence meeting, "A Paleobotanical Survey of a Carboniferous
Swamp." He was elected President for 1967-1968. Both
Chris and Michael were NSF participants for the summer of
1966. Chris studied at Bar Harbor, Maine, at Jackson Lab-
oratory. Michael studied at Northwestern State, Natchi-
Mr. Richard Foote Mr. Lyle Gatch
Business Education Machine Shop
Don Salisbury worked on the problem of flies as carriers of disease. A
study of blood and the different types of blood found in humans was
Steve Smith's project, while Ralph Agar studied the effects of mold on
living plants. Tom Blackett studied the effects of streptomyacin on chlor-
oplasts in living organisms, mainly the Euglena.
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Social Science Woodshop
Rodger Blyth attempted to develop better methods for culturing phy-
sarum polycephalum, a species of slime mold. Gayle Thorsen super-
ovulated mice and looked at unfertilized eggs. Experimenting with the
effects of antibiotics on the development of mice was Chris l.ureman.
Sue Owens examined types and kinds of metro tissue.
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Library Social Science
Mr. Emeron Dettman Mr. Charles Downs
Rondi Burk and Sue Hindman work on effects of genes in mice
coat color. Steven Longacre experimented with the reactions of
Vitamin B1 in mice.
Jacci Chessire and Sally Ratcliff work with "behav-
ioral patterns of guinea pigs and mice." Larry Ver-
steegh is the biology lab assistant. A
Second nine weeks Student Teachers: Joel Bishop, Barbara
Van de Pol, Penny Rae Winch, and Ruth Collins. Absent from
picture: Jane Hetzler. '
Mr. James Hickman Mrs. Judy Hickman Mrs. Marian Hill
Math English Biology
Mr. Charles Johnson Mrs. Loretta Juan Mr. Boyd Knapp
English Business Education English
ln Art Class students work on individual
art projects such as sculpture, oil paint-
ings, and modeling.
Mr. Gary Knox
In this Chemistry experiment the class is learning about the electrical conductivity of liquids
solids, and solutions.
Miss Kathryn Koob
Textbooks are put aside and girls work in labs to give them actual
experience. The girls obtain practice in food preparation, child
care, housing, and family living.
Mr. Donald Leaman
Third nine weeks Student Teachers: Bonnie Young, Karen l-lansen, Carol Brecht, Richard
Pohorsky, Martha Pohl, Kathleen Parker, Eunice Stuempfig, and Betty Van Maanen.
Mr. Frank Kruse
Mr. Ralph Maigaard
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lmprovement in learning to read music is stressed in Band. Practice sessions are held three
times a week, with individual help given weekly.
Mr. William Mattingly Miss Patricia Montgomer
Office Practice Ph
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Mr. Carl Orthner
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Miss Margaret Peterson
Mr. Ruluf-f Ressler
Improving general skills, as well as learning specific prin-
ciples, as in the above picture of milling trammel-bar parts is
just one division of the Machine Shop course.
Boys in beginning Mechanical Drawing used a drafting kit equipped
with a parallel-ruling straight edge on architectural drawings.
Mrs. Marian Ponder Mr. Roger Ratcliff Mrs. Donna Reed
Math History Physical Education
Mr. David Rowray
Under the guidance of Mr. Patty students learn the art of refacing valves and
eventually work on their own, as shown by the boys working on a small engine.
Fourth nine weeks Student Teachers: Richard Boston, Robert Kullmer, Margaret
Rohdy, Jane Meyers. 1
Agriculture boys work on farm management problems under the super
vision of Mr. Dettman.
In geometry the students prove what they have already assumed.
Mrs. Judy Swenson Mrs. Heleun Thies
Office Practice girls improve their skill and accuracy on
the dictaphone and adding machines preparing them
for real experience on the "outside."
Mr. John Sternberg Mr. Jimmie Stewart
Business Education Chemistry
Mr. Ron Toppenberg Miss Janice Trotter Mr. Tom Turk
'ndustfial AVTS Distributive Education Business Education
Mr- Paul Turner Miss Phoebe wilcox
Physical Education Latin, English
Mr. Clyde WiIeY Mr. J. Bill Williams
Social Studies Social Studies
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LIBRARIANS: Row one: Charlotte Taylor Cpresidentj Eugene ya -p , , -
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born Cpast president, parliamentarianb, Pam Deaton Ctreasurerl not pictured. Row two: lvlr. Tyron Emerick, Mrs. Hesson, e
' D t E I n Anderson Connie Thompson Sandra Dage Row three: Vicki McNally, Kathleen Angell, Shirley Clubb
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Davette Davidson, Sherrie Verwers, Karen Markmann, Lucia Mclntire. Row four: Donna Cobbs, Shirley Welch, Linda Wormley
Pam Clement, Pam Dage.
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Charlene Hunter, Naomi Cameron, Carrie Paulson. Margaret Jones-
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Cox and Masters Hold Highest
Catherine Cox Ron Masters
Catherine Cox, valedictorian for the class of
1967, graduated with a 4.0 grade average. To
earn this perfect average she has had 4 years of -
English, 2V2 of math, 3Vz of social science, 3 of sci-
ence, 5 of foreign language, and typing. She also
participated in 4 years of band, 4 of mixed chorus,
and 2 of orchestra. Catherine was also active in
Student Council, madrigal, glee club, and Pep
Club. She was a member of Delta Mu Delta both
her junior and senior years of high school. She
represented Newton in the Iowa High School
Model United Nations two years. In September,
Catherine plans to attend State University of
Iowa, Iowa City, majoring in English.
Ron Masters completed high school as the sa-
lutatorian with a 3.9861 average. He took 4 years
of English, 4 of math, 3 of social science, 4 of
foreign language, 3 of science, 4 of debate and
SlDeech, and driver's education. In his debate and
speech activities, Ron took part in radio speak-
Ing, extemp, and public speaking besides debate.
Ron was a member of the Forensic League all
during high school and Delta Mu Delta for two
years. This fall, Ron will attend State University
of Iowa, Iowa City, where he will major in physics.
Night on the Town
May 13, 1967
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'We Will Find A Path or Make One'
NIGHT ON THE TOWN" - Held for all members
I of the 1967 graduating class of Newton
if Community High School
Business and Professional Women
Chamber of Commerce
UAW Local 997 -AFLPCIO
and other interested citizens
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3:00 A.M. - - Breakfast
Attendance prizes, furnished by the Retail Merchants
of the Chamber of Commerce, awarded at all events
CLASS POEIVI- 1967
By Catherine Cox
Tiny, tinkling bits of glass
Whirling and spinning and settling,
Into various colors and casts of these years.
Moments and voices and sensory images
Frozen fast now by Time,
And aching hearts and jubilant hearts,
Nostalgia and release.
The signal is given and the magic circle breaks,
Each color projected a thousand times
Into the throbbing beyond.
Dixie Nichol and Dick Tomlin received the top awards of the night, which were
Lettering for Stadium Presented
as Class Gift
Most School Spirit
Most Likely to Succeed
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Invocation .I .. A - ,. G. Linda McGowen
Herohito .,,,.... .M -W Steven Vermillion
Imperial Four Tunes-"I Got Plenty O' Nuttin' "
"Some Enchanted Evening"---Rodgers
Senior Boys Quartet - Raymond Meredith, Robert
Hodgson, James Ashcraft, Philip Abbott
Accompanist - John Matthias
Tokyo Rose-"The Advocate"-CFeifferJ. ..,.. , Mary Matkov
Foreign Aid ..o.. , Bourree-fStoessell ..... . Jacoba Berculo,
Hochi ..-.... . ....... ,,,-,--i ...., a.---,,-- .aa. .,.. - -I Larry Versteegh
Sokit to me-" 'S Wonderful"'-CGe-rshwinl,- Leland Gauser
"The Sltaclow of your Smile"-CMandelJ
Thatsallshe Rote-"You'lI Never Walk Alone"-
Rodgers E1-. Hammerstein
"Hey, Look Me Over"-Coleman
Vocal Solos by Linda Probasco
Ugotto be Kiddin' ,.o,....,. ....... . Gary Britson
Gotchu Coverd .... G, ..,, G, Mr. Dunlavy
Singing ofthe Class Song
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SENIOR BANQU ET
6:30 - MAY 23, T967
BERG JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
1967 Senior Assembly
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Queen and her attendants: Susan Harned, Kathy O'Brien, Sherry Knapp Cqueenl
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CLASS YELL- 1967
By Cindy Rose
and Philip Abbott
Sound out '67
Raise your banners high
We'lI raise them to the sky.
Sound our '67
We've proven in the past
Cf any other class!
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Student Council President Tom Vickers presents "Pop" I.ynn's red hat to NHS.
May 29, 1967
Master of Ceremonies ------- - Iane Wallace
When You Wish Upon a Star"-CWarnickJ- - Madrigal Group
"Let's Fall in Love"-fCasseyJ -
Linda McGowen Constance Duflus
Mary Burkhardt Deborah Jones
Ann Onnen Linda Ringgenberg
Ellen Singer J :me Wallace
Andrea Wing Philip Abbott
Cami Ashby James Ashcrafr.
The Odyssey" - -
"The Sound ol Music" - - - -
Mary Ann Golinvaux
"Sonata"-CCorellil ----- - - Kathleen Byers
"lf Ever I Would Leave You"-CLerner of Lowel - - Iames Ashcraft
Vocal Solo l
"Carnival of Venice"-fStaigersJ ----- Iohn Denniston
"Malaguena"-CLecuonaJ ---- -' Raymond Meredith
French Horn Solo
Till There Was You"-CWillsonJ - -
Arms and the Man"-CShaWJ - - -
- - Daniel Coffey
- Carol Ashby
- Steven Rollins
"Once in Love with Amy" ---- Iohn Stiles ci Ellen Singer
Closing Remarks - - - - Superintendent D. D. Dunlavy
President - - - - Steven Vermillion
Vice President - - - Larry Versteegh
Secretary - - - - Ellen Singer
Treasurer ---- - ------ -
- - - - lane Wallace
May 28, 1967
Symphony No. 15--Haydn
Andante Con Moto-Mendelssohn
Senior High Orchestra
Processional 7:30 P.M.-"Sine Nomine" -Williams
Senior High Orchestra
A Eugene Burton, Director
'Invocation - ----- Reverend Raymond Barnett
First Christian Church
""'Peace"-Iohn Greenleaf Whittier - - - - - Audience
Charles Elliott, Director
Scripture Reading ------ Reverend David Burmaster
Loveliest of Trees-CAbramsonJ - - - Senior Mixed Chorus
Halleluiah Chorus from "The Mount of Olives"-tBeethovenJ
Charles Elliott, Director
Baccalaureate Sermon-"A Time of Decision"
Reverend Marvin Suhr
First Lutheran Church
'Benediction -------- Reverend William Sexton
First Presbyterian Church
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind, Drop T-hy still dews of quietness
Forgive our foolish ways Till all our strivings cease
Reclothe us our rightful minad Take from our souls the strain and
In purer lives Thy service find stress
In deeper reveren-ce, praise 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, letlflesh retire
Speak through the earthquake wind
O Still, small voice of calm.
' Audience Please Stand
SENIOR HIGH AUDITORIUM
Wednesday, May 31, 1967
Senior Prelude Concert --------- Concert Band
6:30 - 7:30
Processional -Pomp and Circumstance-Elgar - Concert Band
Leland L. Cook, Director
Invocation ----------- Fa-ther T. I. McCann
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Pledge to the Flag --------- Larry Versteegh
Vice President, Class of 1967
Salutatory ------------ Ronald Masters
Class of 1967
"Glorious Everlasting"-tCousinsl ----- Mixed Chorus
Instrumental Arrangement-Daniel Coffey
"Waters Ripple and Flow" - - Arrangement by Deems Taylor
Charles Elliott, Director
Introduction of Speaker - - - Superintendent D. D. Dunlavy
"Renaissance" -------- ---- S teve Rollins
Class of 1967
Presentation of Class of 1967 -------- H. A. Lynn
Principal, Senior High School
Roll Call -------------- Ellen Singer
Secretary, Class of 1967
Presentation of Diplomas -------- Donald Byers
President, Board of Education
Vcrledictory ---------- - - Catherine Cox
Class of 1987
Benediction - -------- Reverend L. D. Hepworth
Four Square Church
Recessional--"Proud Heritage"-Latham - - - Concert Band
Leland L. Cook, Director
Philip McCord Abbott Karen Lee Adams
If 'ft X Y
Mary Lynn Adams Joyce A. Admire
William G- Albee Judith Ann Anderson
Carol Jeanne Ashby James Raymond Ashcraft
Linda Beth Anderson C, Rouand Anderson
Angel Gonzalo Avila, Jr. Christopher Ray Bailey
Robert Chester Barr Kenneth Lee Barthelman
Linda Kay Beirel Judy Be'zer
ABBOTT, PHILIP MCCORD
Phil College Prep.
Football 9,12, Lettered 9,125 Madrigal 11,125
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,125 Boys Glee Club 115
Baseball 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,125 Plays 12.
ADAMS, KAREN LEE
Pep Club 1 1,125 International Club 1 1.
ADAMS, MARY LYNN
Golf 1 1,129 Mixed Chorus 9,105 Girls Glee Club 10,
1 1: Pep Club 10,1 1,125 Newtonia Yearbook 1 1,123
Plays 10: GRA 9, 10,1 1,12.
ADMIRE, JOYCE A.
ALBEE, WILLIAM G.
CFOSS Country 105 Football 95 Track 105 Basket-
ANDERSON, J UDITH ANN
JUCIY College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 95 Pep Club 10,1 1,125 Delta Mu Del-
ANDERSON, LINDA BETI-l
College Prep.- Bus.
Student Council 10, Secretary 105 Mixed Chorus
95 Pep Club 10,11,12, Secretary 125 Newtonia
Yearbook 10,1 1,125 GRA 10,1 1.
ANDERSON, C. ROLL.AND
Rollie College Prep.
Track 95 Golf 125 Basketball 95 Swimming 10,12,
ASI-IBY, CAROL JEANNE
Madrigal 10,11,125 Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12,
Lettered 11,125 Girls Glee Club 10,115 All State
Chorus 125 Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Pep
Band 10,115 Pep Club 10,11,125 GRA 10,115
International Club 10,11,125 YFU exchange stu-
dent to Germany.
ASHCRAFT, JAMES RAYMOND
Aircraft College Prep.
Madrigal 9,1O,11,12g Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12,
Lettered 10,11,125 Boys Glee Club 10,119 All
State Chorus 10,11,125 Orchestra 95 Forensic
League 10,11,125 Thespians 11,125 Delta Mu
Delta 125 Plays 10,11,125 Oratory 115 Radio
Speaking 1 lg Debate 9,1O,1 1.
AVILA, ANGEL GONZALO, JR.
Football 95 Track 95 Wrestling 9.
BAILEY. CHRISTOPHER RAY
Golf 115 Student Council 125 Orchestra 95 Band
BARR, ROBERT Cl-IESTER
Bob College Prep.
Football 95 Track 95 Basketball 95 Mixed Chorus
95 Band 95 Delta Mu Delta 1 1,12.
BARTI-IELMAN, KENNETH LEE
Bart College Prep.
BEITEL, LINDA KAY
Pep Club 10,11,125 Newtonia Yearbook 109 Art
Club 1 1,12.
Pep Club 10, 1 1,12.
BERCULO, JACOBA FRANCISCA
Cobi . College Prep.
Student Council 12, Orchestra 12, All State Or-
chestra 12, Exchange Student from Holland.
BERRY, JOE LYNN
BEWYER, DENNIS COLDREN
Bog College Prep.
Football 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 12, Track 10,1 1,12,
Swimming 10,1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,12, Rotary 12,
Delta Kappa Tau 12. .
BIGGS, VIRGINIA ANN
DECA 12, Pep Club 10,11, Newtonia Yearbook
10, GRA 1 1.
BIRKENHOLZ, JANET CAROLE In
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11, Girls Glee Club 11: PSD
Club 10,1 1,12, Needle 1O,11,12,AFS 10,11-
BLATTERBAUER, MARK EDWARD
BLYTI-I, CHRISTINE M.
CFWS College Prep.
Biology Workshop 1 1,12, Mixed Chorus 9,10,
Girls Glee Club 1 1, Delta Mu Delta 1 1,12.
BOWER, DARLENE ELLEN
Girls Tennis 11,12, Lettered 11, Orchestra 9,10,
1 1,12, Lettered 1 1, Band 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered
1 1, Pep Band 1 1,12, PepClub 10,1 1,12.
BRADY, MARY ALICE
BRALEY, CONSTANCE LOUISE
Madrigal 10, Mixed Chorus 10,11,12, Girls Glee
Club 10,11, Orchestra 9,10,11,12, All State
Orchestra 12, Pep Club 10,12, GRA 1 1, NAHS 12.
BRIGGS, GREGORY A.
Greg College Prep.
Class Vice-President 9, Football 9,10,1 1,12,
Lettered 9,10,1 1,12, Track 9,1 1, Lettered 9,
Basketball Manager 9, Lettered 9, Student Coun-
BRITSON, GARY LYNN
Student Council 10, Mixed Chorus 9,1 1,12, Boys
Glee Club 11, Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,
Pep Band 10,11,12, Forensic League 10,11,12,
Lettered 10,11, Thespians 10,11,12, Delta Mu
Delta 12, Plays 10,11,12, Oratory 11,12, Interp
12, Extemp 10, Debate 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,
12, Public Speaking 9,10,1 1,12.
BROCK, SUSAN ANN
DECA 12, secretary 12, Student Council 12, Pep
Club 10,1 1,12, Art Club 1 1,12.
BROWN, RONALD WILBURN
BURCI-I, BE l'TY JEAN
Student Council 9, Biology Workshop 10, 1 1, Delta
Mu Delta 1 1,12, Plays 10, 1 1, Oratory 9, Debate 9,
GRA 9, International Club 10,1 1,12, Placed 3rd in
State Archery Contest.
BURGER, EUGENE RAY JR.
Gene College Prep.
Football 9, Track 9,11, Tennis 12, Librarians 10,
11, Band 9,10,11,12, All State Band 10,11: Pep
Band 9,10,1 1,12, Plays 12, Science Club 10: Key
Club 10, Transferred from Indiana.
Jacoba Francisca Berculo Joe Lynn Berry Dennis Coldren Bewyer
Janet Carole Birkenholz Mark Edward Blatterbauer Christine M. Blyth
Mafy Alice Brady Constance Louise Braley Gregory A. Briggs
Susan Ann Brock Ronald Wilburn Brown Betty Jean Burch
Virginia Ann Biggs
Darlene Ellen Bower
Gary Lynn Britson
Eugene Ray Burger, Jr
Mary Ellen Burkhardt John Dwight Bush
Kathleen Ann Byers
Bonnie Kay Camp Harvey Casady
Bonnie Lyn Clarke David Paul Clement
Rebecca Jo Connor Della R. Constant
Patricia Joan Cherryholmes
Shirley Joan Clubb
Catherine Bly Cox
Susan Rae Caddoo
Jacklyn Ann Chesshire
Daniel Edward Coffey, Jr
Sandra Jane Craig
BURKI-IARDT, MARY ELLEN
BUSH, JOHN DWIGHT
Bear Industrial Arts
Football 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,125 Track 9,
115 Wrestling 9,l0, Lettered 105 NAHS 12.
BYERS, KATHLEEN ANN
Kathy College Prep.
Biology Workshop 105 Mixed Chorus 95 Orchestra
9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,12, President 9,125
All State Orchestra 10,1 1,125 Pep Club 10,1 1,125
Delta Mu Delta 1 1,125 Debate 95 Iowa High School
Model United Nations 1 1,12.
CADDOO, SUSAN RAE
Susie College Prep.-Bus.
Golf 115 Pep Club 10,11,125 Newtonia Yearbook
105 GRA 10,1l,125 Art Club 95 International Club
CAMP, BONNIE KAY
Orchestra 10,1 1,125 All State Orchestra 12.
Football 95 Track 95 Basketball 9.
CHERRYHOLMES, PATRICIA JOAN
Pat College Prep.
Cheerleading 95 Girls Tennis 1 15 Mixed Chorus 9,
10: Pep Club 10, 1 1,125 GRA 10, 1 1,12, State GRA
CHESSHIRE, JACKLYN ANN
Jacci College Prep.
Student Council 125 Biology Workshop 125 Mixed
Chorus 95 Band 9,1O,11,125 Pep Club 1O,11,12g
Thespians 11,12, Secretary-Treasurer 125 Delta
Mu Delta 125 Plays 11,125 lnterp 9,125 Debate 95
GRA 9,1 15 International Club 1 l,12, President 125
CLARKE, BONNIE LYN
Mixed Chorus 95 Pep Club 11,125 Thespians 10,
11,12, Lettered 11,125 Delta Mu Delta 125 Plays
10,11,125 Oratory 95 lnterp 95 Debate 95 Inter-
national Club 12.
CLEMENT, DAVID 'PAUL
Football 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,125 Track 10,
11,12, Lettered 10,1 1,125 Baseball 10,1 1,12,
Lettered 10,1 1,125 Basketball 9,10,1 1,12, Let-
tered 11,125 FFA 9,1O,11,125 Delta Kappa Tau
10,1 1,125 Kiwanis 1 15 Rotary 12.
CLUBB, SHIRLEY JOAN
COFFEY, DANIEL EDWARD, JR.
Coff College Prep.
Football 95 Track 95 Basketball 95 Madrigal 9,10,
1 15 Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,125 Boys Glee Club 1 1,
Librarian 1 15 Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12, Vice-Presi-
dent 1 15 Band 9,10,1 1,12, President 125 All State
Band 125 Pep Band 10, 1 1,125 Plays 12.
CON NOR, REBECCA JO
Mixed Chorus 105 Girls Glee Club 1 15 Pep Club 10,
Librarian 9,125 Pep Club 12.
COX, CATHERINE BLY
Cathy College Prep.
Class Secretary 95 Student Council 9,1 1,125
Madrigal 1 15 Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,12, President
10, Secretary 125 Girls Glee Club 115 Orchestra
1 1,125 Band 9,10,1 1 , 12, President 9, Representa-
tive 1 1, Secretary 127 Pep Band 1 15 Pep Club 10,
1 1,125 Delta Mu Delta 1 1,125 Plays 12gTi"leSpi8l'1S
125 Model United Nations 1 1,12.
CRAIG, SANDRA JANE
DECA 125 Pep Club 10,115 Newtonia Yearbook
105 International Club 10.
CRANSTON, MELVIN BERT
Mel C. Prep.-Agri.
Football 95 Basketball 95 FFA 9,10,11,12, Assis-
tant Secretary 1 1, Sentinel 125 Madrigal 9,1051 1,
125 Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,125 Boys Glee Club 10,
1 15 Plays 125 NAHS 12.
CRONIN, STEVEN THOMAS
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Track 9,105
Basketball 95 Baseball 10,11,12, Lettered 11,12.
DAFFLITTO, RUSSELL RAY
Professor College Prep.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Track 11,125
Golf 9,105 Basketball 95 Baseball 11,12, Lettered
125 Student Council 125 Delta Kappa Tau 125
Kiwanis 125 Delta Mu Delta 125 Science Club 9.
Sandie Home Economics
Librarians 9,125 Mixed Chorus 95 Pep Club 10,1 1,
125 Art Club 10.
DANKS, TERRY DEAN
Football 10, Lettered 10.
DANLEY, DENNIS C.
FFA 9,10,1 1 , 12, Chapter Farmer 12.
DAUGHERTY, ROGENE ELAINE
Pep Club 10.
DAVIS, GERALD WILLIAM
DEGRADO, JOHN A., JR. I
DEITERS, SUZAN BETH
Wrestling cheerleading 1 15 Girls golf 1 15 Mixed
Chorus 95 Band 9,105 Majorette 95 Pep Club 10, 1 1,
125 GRA9,10,1 1,12.
I Business - Ind. Arts
DENNISTON, JOHN LAWRENCE
Jack College Prep.
Football 9, Lettered 95 Track 12, Lettered 125
Golf 10, Lettered 105 Basketball 95 Electronics
Seminar 95 Madrigal 10, 1 15 Mixed Chorus 9,10, 1 1,
12, Vice-President 125 Boys Glee Club 115 Or-
chestra 1 1,12, Junior representative 1 1, Vice-
President 125 Band 10,1 1,12, Senior Representa-
tive 125 All State Band 1 1,125 Pep Band 10,1 1,125
Forensic League 95 Delta Mu Delta 125 Plays 125
Oratory 95 Debate 95 NAHS 12.
DEVORE, REVA KAE I
Girls track 9,105 Librarian 95 Pep Club 1 1,12.
DICKERSON, SUSAN KATHLEEN
Sl-'Sie College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 95 Orchestra 95 Band 9,10,11,12,
Lettered 1 1,125 Pep Band 10,1 15 Pep Club 10,1 1,
125 Plays 10,125 GRA 1 1,125 International Club 12.
DIX, MARK ARTHUR
DECA 125 Football 9,105 Track 95 Wrestling 95
Boys Glee Club 105 Band 9.
DODD, SARAH JANE
Melvin Bert Cranston Steven Thomas Cronin Russell Ray Dafflitto Sandra Dage
Terry Dean Danks Dennis C. Danley Rogene Elaine Daugherty Gerald vwlliam Davis
John A. Deeraao, Jr. Suzan Bern Deiters Tony Denato John Lawrence Dennisfon
Reta Kae Devore Susan Kathleen Dickerson Mark A-'thu' Dix Sarah Jane Dodd
DUFFUS, CONSTANCE JUNE
Connie College Prep.-Bus.
Madrigal 11,12, Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Let-
tered 11,129 Girls Glee Club 11, Orchestra 9,10,
11,12, Lettered 10,11,12, Band 9, Pep Club 10,
1 1,124 Delta Mu Delta 12.
DUNKIN, ROYAL D.
Tiny College Prep.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,12g Track
9,12, Basketball Manager 10,11,12, Lettered 10,
1 1,125 Student Council 12, Camera Club 1 1.
EATON, WAYNE B.
Tennis 10, Student Council 9, Vice-President 9,
Orchestra 1 1,125 Band 9,10,1 1,125 Pep Band 10,
11,12, Kiwanis 12, Alternate, Delta Mu Delta 11,
12, Debate 9,10, Science Club 9, Vice-President
EDWARDS, RICHARD E.
Baskgiban 9, Lettefed 9: Madrigal 10, Lettered
10? 'V"X?d Chorus 9.10, Lettered 9,105 Rotary 12.
EOVGVWSIC League 9,10,11,12, Degree of distincl
tion, Delta Mu Delta 12, Oratory 10,115 Radio
SDS-aklns 9.lO,1 1, Extemp 9,10,1 1,12, Debate 9
1o,11,12, Lettered 10,11,l2, Public Speaking 9'
1o,11,12, Lettered 10,l1,12, Camera club 11,12r
Model United Nations 1 1,12. '
Ei-ILER, FRANK J.
Student Council 12. la S
EI LAN DER, ALICE FAYE
EILANDER, RICHARD DEANE
ERGENBRIGHT, PEGGY ANN
Peg G I
Pep Club 12. enera
EUI IELSON, TIMOTHY PAUL
Cross Country 1 1,125 Football 9,10, Wrestling 9,
10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,12, Golf 9,10,11, Let-
tered 9,10,1 1, Student Council 10.
ETTER, ROGER DALE
ETTER, TIMOTHY LEE
Wrestling 10, FFA 10,1 1,12, Treasurer 12.
FAILOR, VICTORIA L.0U
Mixed Chorus 9,1Og Pep Club 1 1.
FAIR, JAMES MICHAEL
FARLAND, REGINALD GENE
Cross Country 10, Lettered 10, Track 9,10.
FARVER, DENNIS GENE
Farmer College Prep.
DECA 12, President 12, Track 9,10, Lettered 10,
Basketball 9, Lettered 9, Student Council 10,1 1,
Orchestra 9,1O,1 1,129 Kiwanis 12.
FERGUSON, RONALD JACK, JR. D
Football 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,12, Wrestling
9,1 1: FFA 10,1 1,12, NAHS 12.
Constance June Duffus Royal D. Dunkin
Wayne B. Eaton Richard E. Edwards
Frank J. Ehler Alice Faye Eilander Richard Deane Eilander Peggy Ann Ergenbright
Timothy Paul Ettelson Roger Dale Etter
Timothy Lee Etter Victoria Lou Failor
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James Michael Fair Reginald Gene Fafl-and
Dennis Gene Farver Ronald Jack Ferguson, Jr
John Thomas Ferguson
Joyce Kay Garr
Sharon Louise Grandstaff
. Ronald Glen Green
Robert E. Filson
Leland Vern Gause
Julie Elizabeth Grattan
JBITISS Allen Griffin
Barbara Kay Fish
Mary Jo Girdner
Lana Lee Gray
Randy L. Grimes
Dale Francis Froah
Mary Ann Golinvaux
Charles Q. Grimm
FERGUSON, JOHN THOMAS
Fefg College Prep.
Football 9,1O,11, Track 9: Golf 11, Basketball 9,
10,11,12, Lettered 12, Rotary 12, Thespians 11,
12, PIEYS 10,119 YFU exchange student to
FILSON, ROBERT E.
Iowa Industrial Arts Contest, Cedar Falls, 12.
FISH, BARBARA KAY
Barb College Prep.
Pep Club 10, GRA 1 1,12, International Club 1 1.
FROAH, DALE FRANCIS
DECA 12, Treasurer 12, Football 9,10,1 1, Track
9, Wrestling 9,1O.
GARR, JOYCE KAY
Librarian 9, Pep Club 10,1 1,12, GRA 10.
GAUSE, LELAND VERN
Lee College Preb.
Football 9, Lettered 9, Track 9, Lettered 9, Wres-
tling 9,1O, Lettered 10, Tennis 1 1, Madrigal 9,1 1,
12, Mixed Chorus 9,11,12, Boys Glee Club 11,
Orchestra 1O,11,12, Band 9,10,1l,12, All State
Band 12, Pep Band 1O,11,12, Plays 12, Science
Club 9, Baseball 10, Lettered 10.
GIRDNER, MARY JO
Student Council 9,11, Biology Workshop 11, Or-
chestra 9,1O,1 1,12, Pep Club 10,1 1,12, Plays 12,
Debate 9, YFU exchange student to Germany.
GOLINVAUX, MARY ANN
Student Council 12, Librarian 1 1, Pep Club 10,1 1,
12, Forensic League 12, Thespians 11,12, Plays
11,12, Interp 11,12, Drama 11,12, Senior Queen
GRANDSTAFF, SHARON LOUISE
Librarian 9, Mixed Chorus 9, Pep Club 1O,11,12,
GRA 10,1 1,12,
GRATTAN, JULIE ELIZABETH
GRAY, LANA LEE
DECA 12, Pep Club 1O,11,12.
FOOtbaIl 9,1o,11,12, Lettered 12: Track 9,10,
11.12, Lettered 11,12, Basketball 9,10,1l,12,
Lettered 12: Mixed Chorus 9: Band 95 Delta MU
Delta 12: NAl-ls 12.
GREEN, RONALD GLEN
Ron College Prep.
Football 9,1O,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Track 10,
11, Lettered 11, Wrestling 9,10, Letteredl1O,
Mixed Chorus 9, Delta Kappa Tau 1O,11,12, Ki-
wanis 1 1, Rotary 12, NAHS 1 1,12.
GRIFFIN, JAMES ALLEN
Grif College Prep.
Class Officer-Vice-President 9, Football 9, Golf
10, Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,12, Boys Glee Club 10,
1 1, Kiwanis 12, Forensic League 9,10,1 1,12,
Thespians 11,12, Delta Mu Delta 12, Plays 10,
Oratory 12, Radio Speaking 9,10,1 1,12, Interp 1 1,
Debate 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,12, Public
Speaking 9,10,1 1,12, Boys State 1 1.
GRIMES, RANDY LEE
Cross Country 11,12, Captain 12, Lettered 11,
12, Football 9, Track 9,1O,11,12, Lettered 10,
11,12, Wrestling 9,10,1l,12, Lettered 11,12,
FFA 10,1 1,12, Student Council 12.
GRIMM, CHARLES Q.
Football 10, Lettered 1O.
GROOM, PATRICIA LYNN
Pat College Prep.
Cheerleading 95 Mixed Chorus 9,105 Orchestra 95
Band 9,105 Pep Band 105 Pep Club 1 1,125 GRA 12
GROSVENOR, DAVID MICHAEL
Mike College Prep.
GROVES, CI-IERYL ANN
Pep Club 10,1 1,12.
GUTHRIE, THOMAS ROBERT
Tom C. Prep.-Agri.
Track 9, Lettered 95 FFA 9,10,1 1 , 12, State Winner
of FFA Public Speaking Contest 115 Rotary 125
Plays 105 Extemp 12.
GUTHRIE, TISHA DIANNE
Librarian 95 Biology Workshop 10, 1 1.
I-IAM, FREDRIC MARVIN
Fred College Prep.
Cross Country 10, Lettered 105 Track 105 Wres-
tling 9,10. '
HARNED, SUSAN EILEEN
Sue College Prep.
Cheerleading 95 Homecoming Attendant 125 Stu-
dent Council 125 Band 9,1O,11,125 Pep Club 10,
1 1,125 Debate 95 GRA 9,10,1 1,12, President 125
Senior Queen Attendant 125 Drama 9,10.
I-IECK, NICK JOSEPH
I-IESSON, WILLIAM WAYNE
Bill College Prep.
Madrigal 10,115 Mixed Chorus 9,1O,11,12g Boys
Glee Club 1 15 All State Chorus A125 Band 9,1O,1 1,
125 Pep Band,10,11,125 Forensic League 10,11,
125 Thespians 125 Delta Mu Delta 125 Plays 125
Extemp 95 Debate 9,10.
HICKEY, WILLIAM FRANCIS
HICKMAN, JIM R.
HILL, ROBERT A. I
Rob C. Prep.-Agri.
FFA 9,10,11,12, Assistant Treasurer 125 Thes-
pians 11,12, Lettered 125 Delta Mu Delta 11,125
Plays 10,1 1,125 Drama 10.
HILL, SUSAN KAY I
Pep Club 10,1 1,12.
HITCHLER, CHARMAINE KAYE
Pep Club 10,1 1.
HOBBS, DAVID L. '
Dave Industrial Arts
HODGE' EI-I' Business
Librarians 1 1.
Patricia Lynn G-l'00m David Michael G"0SVen0f Cheryl Ann Groves Thomas Robert Guthrie
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Tisha Dianne Guthrie Fredric Marvin Ham Susan Eileen Harned Nick Joseph Heck
Vlhlliam Wayne Hesson William Francis Hickey Jim R- Hickmin
Robert A. Hill
Susan Kay Hill Charmaine Kaye Hifchlef David L' Hobbs
Ellen Marie Hodge
Robert Edwin Hodgson Susan Jane Hodgson
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Nancy Joan Hoen
Kenneth M. Hoffmaster Wanda Jean Holm
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Karl F. Hoff
Vickie L. Horney
Lori Jo Horstman Christopher Alan Hoskins
Pamela Jane Hurmence Glenda Joyce 'kefd
Dale Patrick Hoyt
Larry Arthur Ingersoll
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Michael Stephen Hummel
Danny Lee Jackson
HODGSON, ROBERT EDWIN
Bob College Prep.
Madrigal 11,125 Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,125 Boys
Glee Club 10,1 1.
I-IODGSON, SUSAN JANE
Sue College Prep.
Girls' Track 9.10.1 1.12: Pep Club 10,1 1,125 Plays
105 Extemp 95 GRA 9, 10,11 1 , 12.
HOEN, NANCY JOAN
Student Council 125 Pep Club 1O,11,125 GRA 10,
HOFF, KARL F.
DECA 125 Cross Country 115 Wrestling 9,10,11,
Lettered 105 Manager 10, Lettered 10.
HOFFMASTER, KENNETH M.
Ken Industrial Arts
HOLM, WANDA JEAN
Pep Club 10,1 1,12.
Cross Country 1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,125 Football 9,
105 Track 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,125 Orchestra
9,1O,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 1 1,125 Debate 95
NAHS 1 1,12.
HORNEY, VICKIE L.
Vick Home Economics
Girls' Track 95 Girls' Basketball 95 Mixed Chorus
9,105 Girls Glee Club 9,105 Plays 95 Transferred
from Semco, Iowa.
HORSTMAN, LORI JO
Student Council 9,105 Pep Club 10,1 1,125 Needle
10,1 1,125 Delta Mu Delta 125 International Club 1 1.
HOSKINS, CHRISTOPHER ALAN
HOYT, DALE PATRICK
HUMMEL, MICHAEL STEPHEN
Steve College Prep.
Cross Country 115 Football 9,105 Track 9.10:
Tennis 1 1,125 Football Manager 1 15 Basketball 9.
l-IURMENCE, PAMELA JANE
Pep Club 10,1 1,125 Plays 125 GPA 1 1.
IKERD, GLENDA JOYCE
Sam Home Economics
Pep Club 1O,11,12.
INGERSOLL, LARRY ARTHUR
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Track 9,
1O.11: Swimming 10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,12.
JACKSON, DANNY LEE
Football 9,1O,12, Lettered 125 Track 9,103 Bas-
ketball 95 FFA 11,125 Student Council 125 Mixed
Chorus 9.1O,1 1,121 Boys Glee Club 10,1 1.
JACKSON, JANE ANN
Pep Club 10,125 GRA 10,11.
JAMES, DAVID PAUL
Cross Country 10, Lettered 105 Football 9,1 1,12,
Lettered 125 Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,
125 Wrestling 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 1O,11,125
FFA 10,1 1,12.
JOHANNES, LINDA LUCILLE
Orchestra 95 Delta Mu Delta 12.
JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN
Student Council 105 Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12,
Librarian 125 Girls Glee Club 115 Band 9,105 Ma-
jorette 95 Pep Club 10,11,125 International Club
JOHNSON, CANDACE L.
DECA 125 Pep Club 105 Aft Club 9,1O.
JOHNSON, DIANNA LYNN
Mixed Chorus 95 Pep Club 10,11.
Joi-lNsoN, Juov ANN '
DECA 125 Orchestra 95 Band 9,10,11,125 Pep
Club 10,1 1,12.
JOHNSON, PAUL E.
FFA 9,10,11,12, Chapter Farmer 12.
JOHNSON, RICKY KYLE
Rick College Prep.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Track 9,10,11,
12, Lettered 125 Wrestling 9,10,11,12, Lettered
125 Needle 10,11,12, Sports Editor 125 Forensic
League 95 Plays 1O,1l,125 Debate 95 Public
Speaking 95 Thespians 12.
JONES, DEBORAH LOUISE
Deb College Prep.
Cheerleading 95 Librarian 95 Madrigal 10,11,125
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Girls
Glee Club 10,1 15 All State Chorus 125 Thespians
1 1,125 Delta Mu Delta 125 Plays 10,1 1,125 Debate
95 International Club 10,1 1,12.
JONES, DIANA LEE
Madrigal 95 Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 15 Girls Glee Club
95 Pep Club 9,10,1 15 Plays 105 International Club
1 15 Girls Intramurals 9,10,1 15 FHA 1 15 Library
Club 95 Transfer from Grinnell.
JONES, JANICE KAYE
Jan College Prep.-Bus.
Cheerleading 95 Band 95 Majorette 95 Pep Club 10,
1 1,125 Newtonia Yearbook 10,1 1,125 GRA 10:
International Club 1 1.
KAHN, CYNTHIA ANN
Cyndi College Prep.
Pep Club 10, 1 1,125 Thespians 125 Plays 10, 1 1.12:
lnterp 1 1,125 Debate 95 GRA 10, 1 1.
KALMA, KATHLEEN O'HARA
KELLER, BEI IIE JUNE I
DECA 125 Pep Club 1O,11,12.
Jane Ann Jackson David Paul James James Jenkins
Barbara Ann Johnson Candace L. Johnson Dianna Lynn Johnson
Paul E. Johnson Ricky Kyle Johnson Deb0rah Louise JONES
Janice Kaye Jones Cynthia Ann Kahn Kathleen O'Hara Kalma
Linda Lucille Johannes
Enix? ,Af ,
Judy Ann Johnson
Diana Lee Jones
Bettie June Keller
Edward Joseph Keller Patrick Joseph Kelly
Barbara Ann Klein Howard B. Kring
Willa Kreager John Krueger
Monica Lavados Eddie L. Leedom
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KELLER, EDWARD JOSEPH
Joe College Prep.
Track 95 Basketball 95 Student Council 95 Band 9,
1O.11,125 Pep Band 10,1 1,125 Kiwanis 125
KELLY, PATRICK JOSEPH
Pat College Prep.
Cross Country 11,125 Football 9,105 Track 95
Golf 1 1,125 Basketball 9,10, 1 15 Student Council 95
Kiwanis 115 Rotary 125 Delta Mu Delta 11,125
KELSEY, NOLAN G.
' Industrial Arts
Mixed Chorus 9,1O,115 Boys Glee Club 9,10,11.
KERR, JACQUELINE ANN
Jackie Home Economics-Bus.
KLEIN, BARBARA ANN
Barb College Prep.-Bus.
Student Council 115 Madrigal 10,11,12: Mixed
Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Girls Glee
Club 1 15 Orchestra 9,1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,125 590'
Vetafy 9: Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 1O,11,125
Peo-Band 10.115 Pep Club 1O,11,125 sclBA
Honor Band 125 Science Club 9.
KLI NG, HOWARD B.
KNAPP, SHERRY LEE
Snap College Prep.
Class President 95 Cheerleading 9,10,1 1,125
Homecoming Attendant 125 Mixed Chorus 95 Delta
Mu Delta 125 GRA 125 Senior Queen 12.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Girls
Glee Club 10,115 Pep Club 1O,11,125 GRA 10,11,
125 Berg Science Club 9.
Loon College Prep.
Football 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 125 Track 9,10,1 1,
12, Lettered 1 1,125 Wrestling 9,10,1 1,12, Let-,
tered 10,1 1,125 Delta Kappa Tau 10,1 1,125 NAHS
LAMBERT, JEAN ELIZABETH
Pep Club 10,11.
LARSON, BRENDA LEA
Madrigal 11,125 Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Let-
tered 125 Girls Glee Club 115 Orchestra 11,125
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Pep Club 10,
11,125 Plays 12.
Student Council 125 Girls Glee Club 125 Pep Club
125 Plays 125 International Club 12, Foreign Ex-
change Student from Chile.
LEEDOM, EDDIE L.
LEUTY, ROBERT J.
LICKEY, MARIE CHRYL
Band 9,10,1 1,125 Pep Club 10, 1 1,125 Plays 10,1 15
GRA 1 1.
LIGHTNER, THOMAS ALVIN
-I-Om College Prep.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Golf 9,10,
11,12, Lettered 9,10,11,12, Basketball 9,10,11,
12, Lettered 11,12, Baseball 10,11,12, Lettered
11,12, Student Council 12, Mixed Chorus 10,11,
Boys Glee Club 10,11, Delta Kappa Tau 12, Ki-
wanis 1 1, Rotary 12, Delta Mu Delta 12, NAHS
LI NDELL, JAMES AN DREW
Jim College Prep.
Basketball 9, Swimming 10, Plays 12, Art Club 12.
LISTER, WILLIAM MICHAEL
FFA 9,1O,1 1,12, Newtonia Yearbook 1 1.
Julie College Prep.
Student Council 9,11,12, Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,
12, Girls Glee Club 11, Pep Club 10,11,12, Delta
Mu Delta 12, Science Club 9.
LORENZEN, MICKIE LEE
M'Ck College Prep.
Cheerleading 9,11,12, Girls' Tennis 11,12, Band
9: Pep Club 10: GRA 9,10,1 1,12.
LLJKAVSKY, JOAN KATHLEEN
Madrigal 10,1 1, Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1, Girls Glee
Club 1 1, All State Chorus 10, 1 1.
MCANLY, ANN LOUISE
Cheerleading 9, Mixed Chorus 9, Pep Club 10,
1 1,12, Thespians 1 1,12, Delta Mu Delta 12, Plays
10,11,12, GRA 10,12.
MCCONEGHEY, DAVID PAUL
Dave College Prep.
Berg Science Club 9, President 9, Mixed Chorus 9,
10, 1 1, Boys Glee Club 1 1, Delta Kappa Tau 1 1,12,
Vice-President 12, Kiwanis 11, Rotary 12, NAHS
1 1,12, Forensic League 10, Thespians 11,12,
Vice-President 12, Delta Mu Delta 12, Plays 11,
12, lnterp 10, Debate 9, Swimming 10,1 1,12, Let-
tered 10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 12, Exchange Stu-
dent to Norway.
MCCONEGHEY, JAMES ROBERT
Jim College Prep.
Football 9,10, Track 9, Basketball 9, Cardinal
MCDERMOTT, DAVID GARY
MCDERMOTT, SHEILA KAY
Mixed Chorus 9,10, Girls Glee Club 10,11, Pep
Club 10,1 1,12, GRA 10.
MCGOWEN, LINDA KAY
Linda Mac College Prep.
Madrigal 11, Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered
11,12, Girls Glee Club 10,119 Orchestra 9,10,11.
12, Lettered 1 1,12, All State Orchestra 12, Delta
Mu Delta 12.
Bob Industrial Arts
MCNALLY, RICHARD W. l
DECA 12, Track 9, Wrestling 9,105 FFA 10-
MCNEW, LORETTA FAYE l
MC PHERREN, DANIEL MARK
Football 9,1o,11,12, Track 9,lO,1 1.12: Wfesuing
9,11,12, Manager 10,11,12, Lettered 10,11.12:
Band 9,1o,1 1, Pep B-and 1011 1-
Thomas Alvin Lightner James Andrew Lindell
Mickie Lee Lorenzen Joan Kathleen Lukavsky
James Robert McConeghey David Gary McDermott
Robert McKeever Richard W. McNally
William Michael Lister Juliann Livingston
Ann Louise McAnIy David Paul McConeghey
Sheila Kay McDermott Linda Kay McGowen
Loretta Faye McNew Daniel Mark McPherren
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Scott Steven Mace Marie Arlene Machin Charlene Madison
A. Ronald Masters Mary Claire Matkov Steven Howard Matsen
John Thomas Matthias Jean Maxwell Raymgnd Meredith
Robert J. Mills William John Montgomery Marsha Kaye Moore
Daniel Edward Maher
Sandra June Matteson
Rodney A. Meyer
Judy Ann Moredock
MACE, SCOTT STEVEN
The Boomer College Prep.
Football 95 Manager 95 Mixed Chorus 95 Forensic
League 9,10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 11,125 Radio
Speaking 12, Lettered 125 Extemp 9,105 Debate 9,
10,1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,12.
MACHIN, MARIE ARLENE
Student Council 10.
MAHER, DANIEL EDWARD
MASTERS, A. RONALD
Ron College Prep.
Electronics Seminar 95 Forensic League 9,10,
11,12, Lettered 10,11,125 Delta Mu Delta 11,123
Plays 125 Radio Speaking 9,10,11,12, State
Champion 125 Exte-mp 12, Debate 9,10,11,12,'
Lettered 10,11,12, State Champion 125 Public
MATKOV, MARY CLAIRE
Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,125 Girls Glee Club 1 15 Pep
Club 10,1 1,125 Forensic League 10,11,125 Thes-
plans 1 1,125 Plays 10,1 1,125 Oratory 95 lnterp 10,
1 1,125 Debate 95 Art Club 10,1 15 International
Club 1 1,125 Drama 10,1 1,12, Lettered 1 15 Band 9.
MATSEN, STEVEN HOWARD
Ollie Industrial Arts
Football 95 Golf 10,1 1,125 Basketball 95 Swimming
10, 1 1,12, Lettered 10, 1 1,12, Co-Captain 12.
MATTESON, SAN DRA JUNE
Pep Club 10,11,12.
MATTHIAS, JOHN THOMAS
Tennis 115 Biology Workshop 10,115 Madrigal 10,
1 1,125 Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,125
Boys Glee Club 1 15 All State Chorus 125 Band 95
Rotary 125 Delta Mu Delta 1 1,125 Plays 12.
Mixed Chorus 95 Girls Glee Club 95 FHA 9,10.
Ray College Prep.
Football 95 Track 95 Tennis 1 lg Basketball 95
Madrigal 11,125 Mixed Chorus 9,11,12, Lettered
12, President 125 Boys Glee Club 1 15 Orchestra 9,
1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,125 Band 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered
10,1 1,12, Treasurer 125 Pep Band 9,10,1 1,125
Delta Mu Delta 125 Plays 125 International Club 10,
125 SCIBA Honor Band.
MEYER, RODNEY A.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Wrestling 9,
10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 FFA9,10,11,12.
MILLS, ROBERT J.
Bob Industrial Arts
MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM JOHN
MOORE, MARSHA KAYE
DECA 125 Girls' Tennis 11,12, Lettered 11,125
Pep Club 1O,11,125 GRA 10,11,12.
MOREDOCK, JUDY ANN
Richard Lee Moredock
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Carol Ann Morgan
Linda Sue Morris Cynthia Louise Murphy Sandra Arlene Myers
NSDCY Ann Neafmyef Timothy Craig Nelson Dixie L Nichol Douglas Alan Nicol
Elmer Joe Nimmo
Billie Jean Norvell Kann Nowotnuk Mary Kathleen O Bnen
MOREDOCK, RICHARD LEE
MORGAN, CAROL ANN
PepACIub 10,11, Art Club 10,11,12.
MORGAN, DAVID EUGENE
Elgin College Prep.
Cross Country 11, Football 9, Wrestling 10, Golf
9,1O, 1 1.
MORGAN, JOHN PAUL
Football 9,10, Track 9, Baseball 1 1, Lettered 1 1,
Student Council 1 1,12.
MORRIS, ELDON JAMES
MORRIS, LINDA SUE
Pep Club 11,12, Delta Mu Delta 12.
MURPHY, CYNTHIA LOUISE
Cyndi College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1, Lettered 1 1, Girls Glee
Club 1 ls Orchestra 9: Band 9,10,1 1,1f2, Lettered
10,1 1,129 Pep Band 10,1 1,12, GRA 1O.
MYERS, SANDRA ARLENE
Sandy College Prep.
Pep Club 10,1 1,12, Newtonia Yearbook 10,1 1,12,
Co-editor 12, Plays 1 1, Debate 9, International
Club 1 1, YFU exchange student to Germany.
NEARMYER, NANCY ANN
Band 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,12, Majorette
10, 1 1,12, Captain 1 1,12, Drum Major 9.
NELSON, TIMOTHY CRAIG
Tim Business-Ind. Arts
NICHOL, DIXIE L.
Madrigal 11,12, Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Let-
tered 11,12, Vice-President 12, Girls Glee Club
10,1 1, All State Chorus 1 1,12, Division I-Duet 1 1,
Division ll-Solo 1 1, Division ll-Quartet 1 1, Luther
Nordic Music Festival 11, Chamber Singers 12,
Betty Crocker Homemaker 12, Pep Club 10,11,
12, Newtonia Yearbook 1 1, Plays 12, GRA 10,1 1.
NICOL, DOUGLAS ALAN
Doug College Prep.
Manager 12, Lettered 12, Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,
12, Boys Glee Club 1 1, Band 9.
NIMMO, ELMER JOE Q
Cross Country 1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,12, Football
9,10, Lettered 10, Track 9, Golf 1 1, Lettered 1 1,
Basketball 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10, 1 1,12.
NORVELL, BILLIE JEAN
Student Council 12, Pep Club 12, Plays 12, Drama
12, Foreign Exchange Student from Germany.
O'BRlEN, MARY KATHLEEN
Kathy College Prep.
Cheerleading 9,1O,1 1,12, Homecoming Attendant
12, Student Council 9, Mixed Chorus 9,10, Girls
Glee Club 1 1, Pep Club 10,1 1,12, Newtonia Year-
book 11,12, GRA 9,10,11,12, Senior Queen At-
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Linda Obst Linda Kay Olson Ann Maurine Onnen Joyce Elaine Osborn
Susan Marie Otto Sandra May Owens Donna Beth Paschal Paula Dean Paschal
William Robert Pauls Deanna Rae Phillips Ronald Dean Pickles Linda Allene Pierce
Frederick Lee Pittman Willem Polder Bruce Donald Potter Karen Coleen Preston
Shorty I-lome Economics
OLSON, LINDA KAY
Pep Club 10,11,12, GRA 10,11,12, International
Club 10,1 1,12.
ONNEN, ANN MAURINE
Onnie College Prep.
Cheerleading 9, Madrigal 1O,12, Mixed Chorus 9,
10,11,12, Publicity Chairman 12, Girls Glee Club
11, Band 9, Pep Club 10,11,12, Newtonia Year-
book 10, Delta Mu Delta 1 1,12, Art Club 12, Vice-
President 12, YFLJ Foreign Exchange Student to
OSBORN, JOYCE ELAINE
Librarian 11,12, President 11, Parliamentarian
12, State Treasurer 11, Mixed Chorus 9, Inter-
national Club 1O,1 1.
OTTO, SUSAN MARIE
Sue College Prep.
Pep Club 1O,12, GRA 12, Drama 9,1O,11.
OWENS, SANDRA MAY
DECA 12, Pep Club 10, Newtonia Yearbook 1O,
1 1,12, Debate 9.
PASCHAL, DONNA BETH
Beth College Prep.-Bus.
Cheerleading 9, Student Council 1 2, Mixed Chorus
9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Girls Glee Club 11,
Band 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,12, Pep Band
11, Drum Major 9, Pep Club 10,11,12, GRA 9,1O,
International Club 12.
PASCI-IAL, PAULA DEAN
Girls Tennis 10, Biology Workshop 1 1, Mixed Cho-
rus 9,1O, Band 9, Pep Club 10,11,12, Forensic
League 9,10,11,12, Thespians 11,12, Delta Mu
Delta 12, Plays 10,11,12, lnterp 9,11, Extemp 10,
11,12, Lettered 11,12, Debate 9,10,11,12, Let-
PAULS, WILLIAM ROBERT
Bill C. Prep.-Agric.
Baseball 11,12, Manager 11,12, Lettered 11,12,
Basketball 9, FFA 9,10,11,12, Freshman Secre-
tary 9, Chapter Secretary 1 1, Chapter President
12: Kiwanis 12.
PHILLIPS, DEANNA RAE
Pep club 1o,11,12.
PICKLES, RONALD DEAN
PIERCE, LINDA ALLENE
Girls Tennis 10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Pep Club
10,1 1,12, vice-President 12, GRA 1o,1 1,12.
PITTMAN, FREDERICK LEE
Fred College Prep.
Cross Country 10,11,12, Track 9,10,11,12, Let-
tered 1 1,12.
Wim College Prep.
Student Council 12, Oratory 12, After Dinner
Speaking 12, Foreign Exchange Student from The
POTTER, BRUCE DONALD
Football 9,1O, Track 9, Basketball 9,lO, Or-
PRESTON, KAREN COLEEN
Librarian 10, Mixed Chorus 9, Pep Club 10,1 1,12,
Plays 12, Debate 9, GRA 10, 1 1,12.
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David Lloyd p,-iaulx Jane Ann Priaulx Linda Carol Probasco
Cheryl Ann Quick
Sally Fran Ratcliff Roger Rawlins William Ernest Ray
Larry Eugene Reavis
Leanha Rebik David John Reid Ellen Marie Renwick
JOYCG Ann RSYFIOIUS Joyce Anna Rice George E. Ringgenberg
James Russell Rexroat
Linda Kay Ringgenberg
PRIAULX, DAVID LLOYD
Dave College Prep.
Manager 10, Lettered 10, Band 9,10,11,12, Pep
PRIAULX, JANE ANN
DECA 12, Recorder 12, Sweetheart Candidate
12, Pep Club 10,1 1,12, Art Club 1 1,12.
PROBASCO, LINDA CAROL
Student Council 12, Madrigal 9,1 1,12, Mixed Cho-
rus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Girls Glee Club
10,11, Lettered 11, Thespians 11,12, Plays 10,
11,12, International Club 12.
QUICK, CHERYL ANN
RATCLIFF, SALLY FRAN
Biology Workshop 12, Mixed Chorus 9, 10,1 1,12,
Girls Glee Club 10,11, Pep Club 11,12, Forensic
League 11,12, Thespians 11,12, President 12,
Delta Mu Delta 11,12, Plays 10,11,12, Oratory 9,
Interp 9,10,11,12, Debate 9, Art Club 11, Trea-
surer 11, International Club 11, Science Club 9,
RAY, WILLIAM ERNEST
Burro Industrial Arts
Football 9, Wrestling 9.
REAVIS, LARRY EUGENE
Wrestling 9,10,1 1.
REID, DAVID JOHN
Dave College Prep.
Football 9, Basketball 9.
RENWICK, ELLEN MARIE
Cheerleading 9,10,11, Lettered 9,10,11: Home-
Coming Attendant 9, Student Council 9,10,11,
President 11, Pep Club 12, Transfer from West
Union, Iowa in 12th grade.
REXROAT, JAMES RUSSELL
RSX College Prep.
Football 9, Basketball 9, Swimming 10.
REYNOLDS, JOYCE ANN
Pep Club 10,11,12, Newtonia Yearbook 11,12,
GRA 9, International Club 10,1 1,12. A
RICE, JOYCE ANNA
Pep Club 10,11,12, Newtonia Yearbook 12.
RINGGENBERG, GEORGE E.
RINGGENBERG, LINDA KAY
Linda Ring Business
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Girls
Glee Club 1 1, Orchestra 9,10,1 1, Lettered 10,1 1,
Plays 1 1.
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Elaine Christine Rowe Connie Lou Ryther Mary Ann Sandberg Vlhlda Jean Savage
Janet Jean Schafer Patricia Carole Schomer Constance sua Schrader Kirk Selby
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Mary Ellen Shaw Frederick Craig Shenton Sharon Lee Siebert Randall Simpson
RIVERS, GREGGORY OWEN
Gregg College Prep.
Mixed Chorus 9, Band 9,1O,11,12, Pep Band 10,
11, Drum Major 1 1,12.
ROBERTSON, ELIZABETH ANN
Pep Club 10,1 1,12.
ROI-LINS, STEVEN J.
Class Secretary 9, Student Council 9, Orchestra
9: Band 10, Rotary 12, Forensic League 9,1O,1 1,
12, Vice-President 11,12, Delta Mu Delta 11,12,
Plays 12, Oratory 12, Radio Speaking 1O,12, Ex-
'Cemp 1 1,12, State Championship 1 1, Debate 9,1O,
11.12, Lettered 1O,l1,12, Public Speaking 10,
11,12, Lettered 10,1 1,12, Iowa High School Model
United Nations 1 1,12, National Forensic League
Student Senate 11,12, State Championship 11.
ROSE, CINDY LEE
Cheerleading 9,1O,1 1,12, Co-Captain 1 1, Captain
12: Pep Club 10,1 1,12, Thespians 1 1,12, Let-
tered 1 1,12, Plays 1O, 1 1,12, Student Director 1 1,
lnterp 1 1, GRA 10,1 1.
ROWE, ELAINE CHRISTINE
Golf 1 1, Pep Club 10,1 1,12, Needle 10, Newtonia
Yearbook 11,12, Co-Editor 12, Forensic League
1O,11,12, Thespians 11,12, Delta Mu Delta 12,
Plays 10,1 1,12, Oratory 9, lnterp 9,1O, Debate 9,
Public Speaking 10, GRA 1O,11, Art Club 1O,11.
RYTHER, CONNIE LOU
Pep Club 1O,11, Needle 10.
SANDBERG, MARY ANN
SAVAGE, WILDA JEAN
SCHAFER, JANET JEAN
DECA 12, Treasurer 12, Pep Club 1O,11.
SCHOMER, PATRICIA CAROLE
Student Council 1 1, Mixed Chorus 9,1O, Girls Glee
Club11,PepClub 1O,11,12. .
SCHRADER, CONSTANCE SUSAN
Connie College Prep.-Bus.
Band 9,1O,11,12, Lettered 10, Majorette 9, Pep
Club 10,1 1,12, GRA9,1O,1 1,12.
SELBY, KIRK '
Cross Country 11,12, Lettered 11,12, Golf 9,1O,
11,12, Lettered 9,1O,11,12, Basketball 9,
SHAW, MARY ELLEN
DECA 12, Mixed Chorus 9,1O.
SHENTON, FREDERICK CRAIG
I College Prep.
Wrestling 9, Manager 1O, Lettered 10, Delta Mu
Delta 12, Plays 10, Art Club 1O,11,12, Treasurer
SIEBERT, SHARON LEE
Student Council 9, Pep Club 1O,12.
DECA 12, President 12, Cross Country 1 1, Foot-
ball 9, Track 9, Basketball 9.
SIMPSON, ROGER ALAN
Football 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 1 1,12, Track 9,10,
1 1,12, Lettered 1 1.12, Basketball 9.10.1 1,12,
Lettered 11,12, Baseball 10,11,12, Lettered 10,
1 1,12, Student Council 9, Delta Kappa Tau 10,1 1,
12, Kiwanis 1 1, Rotary 12.
SIMPSON, SONDRA KAY
Sondi College Prep.-Bus.
Cheerleading 9, Pep Club 10,11,12, GRA 10.
SINGER, ELLEN F.
Class Secretary 12, Cheerleading 9,10,1 1,12,
FFA Attendant 9,10, Queen 1 1, Homecoming At-
tendant 12, Student Council 9, Member at Large
1 1,12, Madrigal 10,11,12, Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,
12, Girls Glee Club 1 1, Pep Club 10,1 1,12, Delta
Mu Delta 11,12, Plays 12, GRA 10, International
Club 10, Attendant to Senior Queen 12.
SLOAN, CHERYL LYNN
DECA 12, Band 9,1O,11,12, Pep Band 1l,12.
SLYCORD, JANET IRENE
SLYCORD, JOYCE FRANCES
DECA 12, Secretary 12.
SMITH, CHARLES '
Chuck Industrial Arts
SMITH, NAN BETH
Orchestra 9,1 1,12, President 9, Secretary-Trea-
surer 12, All State Orchestra 1 1, Band 10, Delta
Mu Delta 12.
SMITH, SALLY JO
DECA 12, Pep Club 10,11,12.
SNOOK, DOUGLAS L.
Cross Country 1 1, Football 9, Track 9, Golf 10,1 1,
12, Basketball 9.
SNOOK, EUGENE RAY
DECA 12, President and Parliamentarian 12,
Wrestling 9, Lettered 9, FFA 9,10,11, Student
Council 12, Librarian 11, Parliamentarian 11.
SNOOK, KAREN SUE
Pep Club 10,11,12, Needle 10.
SNOOK, STEPHEN LEE
Snake College Prep.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Track 9,
1O,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Basketball 9, Mixed
Chorus 9, Delta Kappa Tau 11,12, Kiwanis 12,
NAHS 1 1,12.
SNOOK, TERI LEE
Snookie College Prep.
Girls Golf 1 1,12, Student Council 10, Mixed Cho-
rus 9, Girls Glee Club 1 1, Pep Club 10,1 1,12, New-
tonia Yearbook 12, Delta Mu Delta 12, GRA 9,10,
12, Secretary-Treasurer 9, Art Club 10,1 1,12,
Vice-President 1 1, Secretary 12.
STEENHOEK, ROBERT EUGENE
Gene College Prep.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12, Co-captain
12, Track 9,10,1 1, Wrestling 1 1,12, Lettered 12,
Basketball 9,10, Baseball 10, Delta Kappa Tau
12, Rotary 12, NAHS 1 1,12, Delta Mu Delta 1 1,12,
STIER, VICKI JANE
Roger Alan Simpson Sondra Kay Simpson
Janet Irene Slycord Joyce Frances Slycord
Sally Jo Smith Douglas L. Snook
Ellen F. Singer
Eugene Ray Snook
Cheryl Lynn Sloan
Nan Beth Smith
Karen Sue Snook
Stephen Lee Snook Teri Lee Snook Robert Eugene Steenhoek Vicki Jane Stier
STILES, JOHN ROBERT
Class President 9, Football 9,l0,1 1,l2, Lettered
12, Track 9,10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1,125 Basket-
ball 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,12g Student Coun-
cil 9,1 1,129 Delta Kappa Tau 12, Orchestra 9, Ki-
wanis 1 1, Rotary 12, NAHS 1 1,12, Delta Mu Delta
12, Plays 12, YFU Exchange Student to Holland.
STOLZ, ROBERT JAMES
Cross Country 1 1, Football 9, Basketball 9, Base-
ball 1 1,12.
STRAIN, JEFFREY ROBERT
Stick College Prep.
Football 9, Golf 9,10,11,12g Basketball 9, Band
9,109 Pep Band 10, Debate 9.
STREETER, JUDY KAY
STRINGER, PEGGY LOU
SUHR, GENE EDWARD
Cross Country 1 1, Football 10, Tennis 10,1 1, Let-
tered 1 19 Basketball 10,1 1, Lettered 10,1 1,
SWISHER, RONALD RYAN
TAYLOR, MARY JEAN
Pep Club 10,1 1,125 GRA 10, Art Club 12.
THEIS, STEVEN J.
Steve College Prep.
Golf 10, Lettered 10. -'
THOMPSON, CANDICE ANN
Candy College Prep.-Bus.
Pep Club 10, 1 1,12g Newtonia Yearbook 10, 1 1 , 12,
Copy Editor 12, GRA 9.
THOR PE, KAY ELLEN
FFA Queen Attendant 12, Pep Club 12, GRA 12,
Transfer student from Peoria, lllinois in 12th
TIPTON, STEVEN A.
TOMLIN, RICHARD E.
Bird . Business
DECA 12, Vice-President 12, Manager 11, Bas-
TOOL, P. WYVONNE
Mixed Chorus 9,10g Girls Glee Club 11.
TROTTER, MONTY MICHAEL
VAN BAALEN, TERRY W.
FFA 9,10,1 1,12.
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John Robert Stiles Robert James Stolz Jeffrey Robert Strain Judy Kay Streeter
Peggy Lou Stringer Gene Edward Suhr Ronald Ryan Swisher Mary Jean Taylor
Steven J. Theis Candice Ann Thompson Kay Ellen Thorpe Steven A- TiPt0n
Richard E, Tomlin P. Wyvonne Tool Monty Michael Trotter Terry W. Van Baalen
VANDER LEEST, EVELYN OSWALT
Mixed Chorus 9,10.
VANDER SCHEL, DOROTHY JEAN
Pep Club 10,ll,12.
VAN ENGELENBURG, JAMES ALAN
FFA 9,10,1 1.
VAN HOOSEN, CONNIE JOLENE
Pep Club 10,11,12.
VANSICE, FRED HARLOW
Harley College Prep.
Track 95 Basketball 9.
VAN ZEE, DAVID
Dave College Prep.
Track 9,10, Lettered 95 Manager 115 Basketball
9,1 0, Lettered 95 Student Council 10.
VEBER, CRAIG SMITH
Delta Mu Delta 12.
VERMILLION, STEVEN J.
Steve College Prep.
Class President 9,125 Football 9,10,11,12, Let-
tered 125 Track 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,11,125
Basketball 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Student
Council 220.127.116.11 Biology Workshop 115 Delta
Kappa Tau 10,l1,12, President 125 Kiwanis 115
Rotary 125 NAHS 11,125 Debate 95 Delta Mu
VER STEEGH, RONALD
Track 95 Tennis 105 Student Council 10: Li-
VERSTEEGH, LARRY ROBERT
C. Prep.-lnd. Arts
Class President 9, Vice-President 125 Football 9,
10,11,12, Lettered 125 Track 9,10,11,12, Let-
tered 11,125 Basketball 95 Student Council 9,12,
President 95 Biology Workshop 1O,11,125 Delta
Kappa Tau 125 Kiwanis 12: NAHS 125 Delta Mu
Delta 125 Plays 125 Junior Academy of Science
VERSTEEGH, MARVIN GENE
DECA 125 Manager 95 Band 9,1O,11,12g Pep
VICKERS, THOMAS E.
Vic College Prep.
Football 95 Golf 9,10,1 15 Basketball 9,10,1 15 Stu-
dent Council 1 1,12, Vice-President 1 1, President
12, State Vice-President 11, State Cabinet 125
Delta Kappa Tau 10,11,125 Band 95 Kiwanis 115
Rotary 125 Forensic League 9,10,1 1,125 Delta Mu
Delta 125 Debate 9,10,125 YFU Exchange Student
WADE, CHRISTOPHER DALE
Chris College Prep.
DECA 125 Football 9,105 Track 95 Basketball 95
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Boys
Glee Club 115 Art Club 10,11,12, President 12.
WADE, CRAIG W.
WALKER, CHARLES N.
Football 9,10, Lettered 9,105 Track 9,10,115
Evelyn Oswalt Vander Leest
Fred Harlow Vansice
Ronald Ver Steeg
Thomas E. Vickers
Dorothy Jean Vander Schel James Alan Van Engelenburg
David Van Zee Craig Smith Veber
Larry Robert Versteegh Lee Versteegh
Christopher Dale Wade Craig W- Wade
Connie Joleen Van Hoosen
Steven J. Vermillion
Marvin Gene Versteegh
Charles N. Walker
WALKER, DENNIS D.
Football 9,10,1 1,125 Track 9,10,1 1,125 Basket-
ball 95 Delta Kappa Tau 1 1 , 12.
WALLACE, DONOVAN DALE
Wally Industrial Arts
Wrestling 115 Tennis 10,115 Student Council 125
Mixed Chorus 9,10,11,12, Lettered 11,125 Boys
Glee Club 1 1.
Wally College Prep.
Class Treasurer 125 Homecoming Queen 125 Stu-
dent Council 1 1,125 Madrigal 10,1 1,125 Mixed
Chorus 9,10,1 1,125 Girls Glee Club 1 15 Orchestra
10,1 1,125 Band 9,10,1 1,12, Sophomore Repre-
sentative 10, Treasurer 11, Vice-President 115
Pep Band 115 Pep Club 10,11,12, President 125
Delta Mu Delta 1 1,125 GRA 9,10,1 1,l2, Secretary
105 International Club 10, 1 1.
WALLS, LAVONNE ELAINE
Pep Club 125 Newtonia Yearbook 10.
WARNER, CRAIG LEE
Football 95 Band 9,10.
WEEKS, THOMAS M.
Tom College Prep.
Track 11,125 Manager 9,10,11,12, Lettered 10,
1 1,125 Student Council 10.
WELLS, DENNIS RAY '
WESTERCAMP, TIMOTHY JOHN
Funnel College Prep.
Football 11,12, Lettered 125 Track 11.
WESTON, JUDITH NELL
Mixed Chorus 9.
WHITE, CRAIG ALAN
Football 95 Track 95 Wrestling 105 Golf 10,1 15 Bas-
ketball 95 Orchestra 1 15 Band 9,10,1 1.
WHITLATCH, CYNTHIA M.
Cyndi College Prep.-Bus.
Pep Club 1O,11,125 GRA 1O,11.
WICKETT, CAROL LYNN
Band 95 Pep Club 10,115 Needle 10,11,12, News
Editor 11, Editor 125 Thespians 11,125 Plays 10,
115 Radio Speaking 95 Debate 95 International
Club 1 1.
WILLEMSEN, JAMES E.
Football 9,10,11,12, Lettered 125 Track 9,105
WILLIAMS, BONNIE JEAN
DECA 12, Recorder 125 Pep Club 10,1 15 Newtonia
Yearbook 105 GRA 10.
WING, ANDREA LYNN
Madrigal 10, 1 1,125 Mixed Chorus 9,10,1 1,125 Girls
Glee Club 1 15 Orchestra 9,10,1 15 Plays 12.
WOODBURN, STEVEN ROBERT
Wood College Prep.
Manager 95 Basketball 105 Transferred from
Hood River, Oregon.
Dennis D- Walker Donovan Dale Wallace Jane wauace
Craig Lee Warner Thomas M. Weeks Dennis Ray Wells
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Judith Nell Weston Craig Alan White Cynthia M. Whitlatch
James E. Vlhllemsen Bonnie Jean Williams Andrea Lynn Wing
Lavonne Elaine Walls
Timothy John Westercamp
Carol Lynn VVickett
Steven Robert Woodburn
Maureen Carol Woods Rebecca Ann Wooldridge
L86 Stewart Yoder Sherryl Lynn Grass
H. A. "Pop" Lynn '
WOODS, MALJREEN CAROL
Pep Club 1O,11,12.
WOOLDRIDGE, REBECCA ANN
Librarian 99 Mixed Chorus 9,1O,11g Girls Glee
Club 9,1O,11g Pep Club 12g Plays 1O,11g Speech
9,105 Transfer from Pleasahtville, lowa in 12th
YODER, LEE STEWART
DECA 12p Football 9,1Op Track 9g Golf 9,1O,11g
Basketball 95 Mixed Chorus 9,1O,11,12.
GRASS, Sl-lERRYL LYNN
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Transfer from Ottumwa, Iowa
FAIR, JAMES MICHAEL
FIFER, WILLIAM DALE
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FOREMAN, JAMES RICHARD
DECA 125 Cross Country 115 Football 9,1O, Let-
tered 99 Track 95 Basketball 9,12, Lettered 9g
Baseball 10,1 1,12, Lettered 10,1 1.
HELSENE, ROBERT FRANCIS
Adult Education Graduates
Mildred Eileene Middleton Hicks
Nancy Carole Sprague Morris
Vy Dean D. Jones Tool
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Queen Jane is surrounded by
her court, from the left: Sue
Harned, Sherry Knapp, Jane,
Ellen Singer, and Kathy O'Brien.
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Floats were built by Senior, Junior and Sophomore
classes. In addition all clubs and organizations desir-
ing to build floats were allowed to participate. After
the judging of the floats Friday afternoon the follow-
ing results were announced: Sophomore float Cabovel
took lst, with "Stop the Engineers." Pep Club float
flower rightl, "Fantastic Feathered Fighter" came in
2nd. FFA float "LJdder Destruction" finished with 3rd
AWet Homecoming . . . but Victorious
Homecoming activities, which were antici-
pated by all students, started off with the
crowning of the Queen, Jane Wallace. Jane
was elected by the entire student body of
NHS to reign over Homecoming activities
Thursday and Friday.
Hours of student work went into the con-
struction and design of every float preceding
Friday afternoon. As entries took their posi-
tions and final judging was completed, a tor-
nado sighting quickly disrupted the parade.
As participants and spectators scattered, the
tornado lifted before any damage had
Despite the muddy field the Cardinals won
over the Tech High Engineers 13-O. The
Homecoming dance held at Berg Junior High,
celebrated the first Homecoming victory since
1962. The Student Council, in charge of enter-
tainment, booked Pella's intruders. The dance
completed a successful Homecoming for
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The Newtonia staff is
responsible each year
for capturing important
events and happenings
which occur. Our co-
editors, Elaine Rowe
and Sandy Myers, were
in charge of the New-
tonia staff, with Mr. Turk
The group is divided
into sections each work-
ing on a different part of
the annual. Experience
is gained in journalism,
management and art
layout. With this knowl-
edge we have recorded
the memories of the
1966-67 school year.
Makes 1966-67 a Banner Year
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Classes: Joyce Reynolds Kdivision heady, Mary Stewart, Sharon Dam
man, Sally Craig, Candi Thompson Kcopy editorJ, Peggy Caulkins.
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Business: Kathy O'Brien Cbusiness managerb, Sandy Owens, Kathy
Balbiafii, Cheryl Hanson.
Sports: Gloria Green, Joyce Rice, Penny Hurtt, Linda Anderson,
fdivision headb, Mary Adams Cdivision headl.
Dancers depicting various countries and pe-
riods formed the Dancer's World Program. Chore-
ography was done by Mrs. DeBruyn, Mr. Bill Hart-
man, and Miss Weed. Approximately 1OO students
were chosen by auditions to participate in the
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Row one: Eugene Snook, Donovan Wallace, Dick Schroeder, Ray Dafflitto, Donn Singer, Joe Ross, Tom Lightner, Tom Vickers, Greg Thielman,
Wim Polder, Larry Versteegh. Row two: Connie DePenning, Judy Nolin, Linda Probasco, Susan Brock, Monica Lavados, Debbie Snyder, Marjorie
Snyder, Jackie Walker, Beth Paschal, Mary Golinvaux, Bette Selbers, Debbie Nichols. Row three: Randa Russell, Charlotte Taylor, Ellen Singer,
Kris Skow, Julie Livingston, Cathy Cox, Jane Wallace, Jacci Chesshire, Susan Harned, Nancy Hoen, Julie Grier, Pat Versteegh. Row four: Chris
Bailey, John Morgan, Steve Vermillion, Greg Briggs, Cobi Berculo, Karin Nowotnik, Pat Westercamp, Mike Huston, Bill Shaw, John Davis, Bob
Ratcliff, Bill Hansen. Row five: Dan Jackson, Tom Stevenson, Doug Fisher, R. D. Dunkin, Mike Grosvenor, John Stiles, Steve Rhodes, Dave Wes-
This Year's student council was in charge of such activi-
ties as: Homecoming arrangements, a style show presented
to the PTA, repairing the drinking fountain, student exchange
day, and the computer dance.
Officers who served this year were: Debbie Snyder Csecretaryi, Greg Thielman
ivice-presidentj, Tom Vickers ipresidentj.
Row one: Judy Johnson, Vicki Stier, Janet Schafer, Sally Smith, Susan Brock, Candace Johnson, Cheryl Sloan. Row two: Bonnie Williams, Joyce
Slycord, Marsha Moore, Jacqueline Kerr, Charlene Madison, Bettie Keller, Sandra Owens. Row three: Mary Ellen Shaw, Karl Hoff, Eddie Leedom,
Dale Froah, Robert Leuty, Eugene Snook, Christopher Wade, Miss Janice Trotter. Row four: Richard McNally, Mark Dix, Michael Trotter, Marvin
Versteegh, Randall Simpson, James Foreman, Timothy Nelson.
Earn While You Learn
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Mayor Hill signs a proclamation designating DECA week.
DECA members attend State Officers
Leadership Convention in Des Moines. , DECA Students of the Year: Dale Froah, Eugene Snook, Vicki Stier, Janet Schafer.
Officers-Seated: Vicki stier, Candace Johnson, Timothy Nelson. Eugene SHOCK' Janet
Schafer, Bonnie Williams, Jane Priaulx. Standing: Joyce Slycord, Dale Froah. Mark Biaftef'
bauer, Marvin Versteegh, James Foreman, Christopher Hoskins, Susan Brock.
The 1966-67 Distributive Edu-
cation Chapter has been very
busy with various money-making
activities and out-of-town trips.
The first of these projects was
the selling of candy and student
directories. It also sponsored
dances and held bake sales to
earn money for its activities.
Early in the year, DECA spon-
sored a parent-employer coffee
to acquaint them with the DE
program. ln October, twenty-nine
students and officers attended
the delegate assembly. At the
conclusion of the year, a tradi-
tional DE and TI breakfast was
held in honor of the employers
Sue Brock and Jane Priaulx
were chosen by fellow members
as DECA Sweethearts.
Miss Janice Trotter, the New-
ton DECA coordinator, has been
very active with the DE program.
"Fear in the Forest"
Membership in Thespians is gained
by points earned through participation
in speech and drama activities. During
the past year, Thespians were in-
volved in the production of "Fear in
the Forest," a melodrama with lead
roles played by Penny Nevins, Harvey
Woody, and Mary Matkov. The year
was brought to a close with formal
initiation of new members and the
honoring of outstanding troopers at
the annual Thespian banquet.
Row one: Rondi Ilstrup,Mary.Ar1r1 Golinvaux, Bonnie Clark, Paula Paschal, Jacci Chesshire, Beth Hoover, Janice Page, Nancy Kooistra, Mary Mat-
kov, Jennifer McCracken. Row two: Miss Koob, Mary Jane Benac, Debbie Jones, Linda Probasco, Penny Nevins, Elaine Rowe, Cyndi Kahn, Ann
McAnly, Connie DePenning, Sharon Burdick. Row three: Janet Barber, Marshall Kenworthy, David McConeghey, Karin Nowotnik, Rosemary Ver-
wers, Cathy Cox, Robert Hill, Bary Britson, Carol Shelly. Row four: Ron Breckenridge, John Stiles, Jim Griffin, Tom Ferguson, Harvey Woody,
Tom Blackett, Jim Ashcraft, Dave Wessel, Ray Meredith.
Trophy Winners: Gary Britson, best actor,
Sally Ratcliff, best actress, top trouper, most
versatile, Rondi llstrup, most promising new-
comer, best supporting actress, Robert Hill,
" . . . the most rewarding experience
of my life."
Dave McConeghey spent a relaxed summer with the Nils Hedal
Family in their summer cottage on Kragero Fjord in Norway. Dave
enjoyed sailing, waterskiing, swimming, fishing, boating, hiking
and playing badminton. He had four brothers and one sister. Dave
attended school for a couple of weeks with two of his brothers.
He also acquired a taste for Mama's Norwegian cooking and Pa-
Tom Vickers spent the summer with a family in Japan. He tra-
veled to Kokyo, where he spent a week, and Kyoto and Noron, both
cities of ancient culture. Aside from that, Tom climbed Mount
Fuji with two other Americans, at night. He commented that "For-
eign exchange programs and the experiences they offer are tre-
mendously beneficial to understanding other peoples of the world
and strengthening U. S. foreign relations. They are experiences
which one will never forget."
Ann Onnen lived in Tyngby, Denmark, a suburb of Copenhagen,
the capital city of Denmark and a city of about two million inhabi-
tants. Her family of five was very much like her own family. She
stayed in the home of Doctor Henning Munksnaes. She had two sis-
ters, Annette, 15, and Suzanne, 17, and one brother, Peter, 10.
While there Ann traveled a great deal. She visited Sweden twice,
stayed several days on the main island of Denmark, Autland, and
spent much of the summer at the family's summer home about 30
miles north of Copenhagen. The people of Denmark are the fondest
memories she has of her summer-long stay.
l Tom Ferguson spent the summer in Stockholm with a family of
flye. He had two brothers and one sister. About mid-way through
his stay he went to Finland to their summer home. He stated that
the dl erence between life inSweden and life in the United States
was that in .Sweden people aren't in such a hurry, everything was
calm anduquiet. "I enjoyed that the most."
Debbie Jones spent last summer with the Jan Berculo family in
Amersfoort, Holland. She had two sisters, Cobi, 16 and Alexandra,
2. She also had a brother, Yoost, 13. Her summer was highlighted
by a 26 mile bike trip, a trip to Dusseldorf, Germang, a trip to Paris,
France, and two .weeks on an island in the North ea. She stated,
"I loved every minute of my summer and learned that people are
really the same all over." Cobi returned to the United States and
spent the past year at NHS. 1 U '
John Stiles spent the past summer in Europe. His home. was in
Gorssel, The Netherlands with the J.C.A. Polder Family. Wim, one
of his "brothers", returned to the United States and 'stayed with
him while attending NHS. John spent the summer sailingin North-
ern Holland, traveling throughout the country, touring cities, and
much time watching the rain. It rained all but ten days of his stay.
He also visited Antweys and Brussels in Belgium and Paris, France.
He concluded: "The weeks seemed to fly and before I knew it, I
was on my way home with thoughts, pictures and souvenirs to re-
mind me of a great summer."
Mary Girdner lived with the Dr. Fritz Volpers family of Holz-
minden, Germany. This experience proved to be the most reward-
ing of her life. "The charming countryside and the warm friendly
people made me feel like Germany was my second home." During
her stay she had the opportunity to take a trip traveling through
Germany, France, Italy, Austria and Switzerland. "I think the big-
gest impression came from realizing the fact that our countries are
not as different as most people think." I
Carol Ashby stayed for two months in Braunschwelg, a large
city in northern Germany. "lt was the most wonderful and exciting
two months in my life." Her fami? included two sisters and one
brother. She enjoyed speaking a oreign language, and especially
enjoyed a two-week vacation on the coast of Holland. "During my
stay I met so many wonderful people and l'll never forget their
generous hospitality." 1 .
Sandra Myers spent the summer with the Gunter Pradel family
in Hamburg, Germany. She had a sister, Sigrid, 18, and a brother
Jochen, 16. Several short excursions were made to the Baltic Sea
and the Hartz Mountains. "Two highlights during my stay in Ger-
many includez a visit to my great-grandmother's church andthe
marriage of my German uncle, Horst. I found that German weddings
and customs are very lovely but quite different from American
tradition." Sandy will never forget this summer or any of the small
wonderful details which filled those two months.
International Club Welcomes
Friends from Abroad
International Club, under the advisement of Mrs.
John Power, help to finance, promote friendship,
and in general, make a "home away from home"
for exchange students. It is sponsored by Ameri-
can Field Service and Youth for Understanding.
The officers for this year were: Rat Godwin fvice
presidentb, Jacklyn Chesshire fpresidentj, Bev-
erly DeBoom Csecretaryj, and Joan Zeller Ctrea-
ROW one: Monica Lavados, Cobi Berculo, Karin Nowotnik, Pat Godwin, Jacklyn Chesshire, Beverly DeBoom, Joan Zeller, Ulrike Volpers, Willem
Polder. Row two: Beth Paschal, Joyce Reynolds, Linda Rusk, Bonnie Clark, Linda Olson, Linda Anderson, Deboran Snyder, JoAnne Van Zom-
Bron, Beth Hoover, Betty Burch. Row three: Mary Matkov, Nancy Kooistra, Linda Probasco, Carol Shelley, Judy Shores, Deborah Jones, Susan
Dickerson, Bette Selbher, Marchell Jackson. Row four: Brenda Larson, Ann McAnly, Donna Cobbs, Linda Brindza, Cinda Wormley, Dolores De-
BOOH1. Connie Steenhoek, Carol Rinehart, Dick Schroeder.
Monica Lavados traveled to the United States
from her home in Chile to spend a year with us as an
exchange student. "After my plane landed in Miami
l began to realize that my dream had come to life."
During her nine month visit here, Monica stayed in
the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Jack Snyder and their
"This was my first experiencein a school with
boys and girls together, Coh, boyJ." Monica recalls
the brightest of her memories in the United States
to be pep assemblies, "Pop" Lynn, football games,
pep club, and school dances.
"As I prepare to return to Chile, l would like to
express my gratitude, with a big THANK YOU, to
my parents and sister, and to all of my friends that
I made during my unforgettable year in Newton, es-
pecially Marianne and Mary Jo."
ii Foreign Students Learn
Karin Nowotnik was our AFS student from Ger-
many. During her nine month visit in Newton she stayed
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Matkov and their
Karin's first impression of the United States was,
"I had to convince myself that l wasn't dreaming or
seeing an exciting American movie." l-ler first thought
of Newton was "lt welcomed me in the sunshine-
looking so inviting-no fences to keep me away-and
the people werejust as inviting."
Karin thought that the main difference between
the United States and Germany was the historical
background and the language.
"I'd like to thank Mr. Lynn and the faculty members,
the Youth for Understanding program, my wonderful
family, the Matkovs, and all my friends very, very much
"Being an exchange student is the most won-
derful thing that can happen to anybody," re-
marked Cobi Berculo, our AFS student from the
Netherlands. Cobi stayed in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Jones and their family.
Cobi found the enthusiasm for sports and the
pep meetings very interesting. "I especially en-
joyed American Literature and playing in the
Cobi's school in the Netherlands had all sub-
jects required, leaving no choice to the students.
Cobi said "The subjects taught are different,
we learn more foreign languages, and the courses
here are more practical."
"I would like to thank the faculty, and es-
pecially "Pop" Lynn for everything they did for me
during this year."
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Willem Polder, our Dutch visitor, was impressed
by the friendliness of Nl-lS's population. Wim was
pleased by the kindness and consideration of stu-
dents and teachers alike.
Wim stayed in the home of lVlr..and Mrs. Robert
Stiles and their family.
Arriving in Newton, Wim's first thought was,
"Gee, it's hot here!" In comparison with the Dutch
school system, Wim found the teachers here ba-
sically the same but the American schools to be more
practical. Wim commented that the Dutch schools
have no school-spirit due to the lack of extra-
curricular activities. "Teachers and students have
been helping me so much that I don't know how to
thank them and how to part from them. Also, I want to
express my gratitude to the Stiles family, where I
found a real home . . . why does this year have to
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With an enrollment increased to nearly
150 and the addition of Mr. William Mattingly
as assistant to Mr. Cook, the Newton Se-
nior High Band had a full schedule in 1966-
67. During the summer Newton was the
lowa band asked by Governor Hughes to
play at the reception of President Johnson
at the Des Moines Airport. It also performed
at the State Fair in August.
In the fall the band played at home foot-
ball games, and marched at Drake Band
Day in October. The pep band, led by Dan
Coffey, blasted at pep assemblies.
Three band members, Ray Meredith, Barb
Klein, and Linda Brindza, participated in
the select South Central lowa Bandmasters
Spring activities included the spring con-
cert on March 7, State Music Contest in
April, at which Newton musicians collected
18 Division I's in band, Quad-City Band at
Oskaloosa with Marshalltown, Oskaloosa,
and Grinnell, Bandoramag Cardinal Relays,
and the Senior Honors Concert at Com-
mencement on May 31.
Row one: Bob Griffin, Beth Paschal, Cathy Cox, Julie Schakel, Martha Herbold.
Row two: l.incla Buckley, Bill McDaniel, Patrick Wright, Mike Cooley. Row three:
Jane Miller, Linda Rusk, Sue Findley, Anne Bailey, Pam Van Loon, Bette Selbher.
Band Boasts 150 Members
Row one: Karen Paschal, Rondi Burk, JoAnne Van Zomeran, Kathy Gilpin, Karen Byers, Christine Wearmouth, Beth Rowland, Debbie Kelly, Claire
Denniston, Sue Owens, Diana Ayers, Beverly Van Baalen, Linda Bower. Row two: Nancy Snook, Janet Grout, Brenda Burger, Debra Stotts.
Jacklyn Chesshire, Beverly Gause, Connie Steenhoek, Sandra Wormley, Janet Blight, Greg Rivers, Marie Lickey, Steve Jones. Row three: Cinda
Wormley, Bonnie Nelson, Carol Rinehart, Rondi llstrup, Carol Ashby, Barb Klein, Kathy Smith, Patricia Rucker, Linda Brindza, Connie Schrader.
Jan Dettman, Elaine Dick, Joan Zeller. Row four: Rita Reinheimer, Alice Campbell, Suzanne McGraw, Kathy Jones, Susan Negus, Cyndi Murphy,
Susan Dickerson, Linda Spain, Nancy Nearmyer, Claudia Valentine, Ralph Agar, Joyce Finn, Doug Suhr. Row five: Sue Harned, Cheryl Sloan.
Chris Bailey, Mary Kaye Langford, Gayle Thorsen, Tanya Albright, Glenna Phillips, Jill Nearmyer, Janis Mentzer, Susan Onthank, Judy Johnson.
Paula Loftsgard, Kathy Angell. Row six: Susan Waddell, Diane Anderson, Pam Van Cleave, Lynn Stoulil, Debbie Finch, Kathy Schwarz, Judy
Clark, Bob Smith, Jeff Simon, Perry Tharp, Julie Sigurdson, Kristy Hermsen, Barbara Tiedje.
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mas carols at the annual Christmas party.
GRA 9th grade night draws crowds.
Workout for GRA
Row one: Sue Harned Cpresidentj, Gloria Green Cvice presidentj.
Row two: Betty Dodd Csecretaryl, Julie Grier Ktreasurerl, and
Tammy Gralnek Cnewsletter chairmanl.
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John Stiles, 2nd guard, Bill Hesson, lst guard, Sally Ratcliff, Antigone, Karin Nowotnik, lsrnene, Michael Cooley, l-laemon, Linda Probasco, the
Nurse, Ann McAnly, Eurydice, and Steve Rollins as the Chorus.
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Members of the advance drama class worked on building and designing the contemporary sets for the play
The Drama department's experiment with the
modern adoption of Sophocle's Greek tragedy,
Antigone, was a highly successful production. As
a story it tells of a young girl's decision to die for
her beliefs. lt sends a message of freedom from
oppression and tyranny adaptable to the prob-
lems facing us today.
The drama coach, Miss Katheryn Koob, di-
rected the play with the assistance of the techni-
cal crew: Beth l-loover, Assistant to the Director,
Virg l-lenning, Stage Manager, Cathy Cox,
Tympani, Bob l-lill Electrician, Mary Matkov, Ward-
robe, Rosie Saunders, Props, Jacci Chesshire,
l-louse, and Marianne Golinvaux, Publicity.
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Strings -Row one: Connie Braley, Cobi Berculo, Nan Smith, Connie Duffus, Linda Wormley, Keith Grier. Row two: Carol Skokan, Pat Godwin, Mar-
sha Anderson, Joyce Farland, Mike Kelly, Mike Huston, Diane Hodgson, Dolores Hobbs, Shelia Thompson. Row three: Doug Fifer, Sherry Wharf-f,
Sue Gregoire, Dave Wright, Calvin Holmquist, John Keller, Mary Girdner, Denny Farver, Vivian Priaulx, Gloria Edwards. Row four: Donna Cobbs,
Alberta Jaimes, Kathy Byers, Jack Denniston, Pete Otto, Susan Hindman, Peggy Cashman, Steve Castell, Carol Manning. Row five: Jerry Man-
ning, Jerry Berkenbosch, Bonnie Camp, Linda McGowen.
Division I-Row one: Kathy
Byers, John Keller, Nan
Smith, Cobi Berculo. Row
two: Pete Otto, Connie Bra-
ley, Gloria Edwards, Keith
Grier, Connie Duffus, Linda
60 Orchestra Members Present
Concerts r rr c
Nov. 1 1-12 Orchestra played for
Winter Formal Concert
Mar. 31, Apr. 1 Participated in State
Apr. 4 Played inQuad-City
Apr. 14 Played inAllCity 'fi A
Orchestra Concert , '
May 28 Played at Baccalaureate
Officers-Row one: Nan Smith fSecretary-
Treasurerl, Kathy Byers CPresidentJ, Jack
Denniston CVice-Presidentl. Row two: Mary
Girdner CSenior Representativej, Linda Worm-
Iey iSophomore Representativel, Carol Sko-
kan CJunior Representativeb.
Woodwinds-Row one: JoAnn Van Zomeran, Rondi Burke, Karen Pas-
chal. Row two: Barb Kline, Jeff Simon, Cinda Wormley, Carol Rinehart.
Row three: Sandra Wormley, Connie Steenhoek.
Brass-Row one: Kathy Head, Ann Rutledge, Brenda Larson, Dan Coffey. Row two: Jane
Wallace, Ray Meredith, Lee Gause, Tom Gause, Dave Brown, Wayne Eaton. Row three: Cathy
Cox, Julie Schakel, Martha Herbold, Mike Cooley.
All State-Row one: Connie Braley, Cobi Berculo. Row two: Pete
Otto, John Keller, Kathy Byers. Row three: Bonnie Camp, Linda
Drama students had an opportunity to
experience new activities this year as ad-
vanced drama students concentrated on
the technical aspects of the theatre. Ad-
vanced Drama Classes were designed to
cover all areas of technical theatre from
costuming and make-up to a first hand ex-
perience in directing a scene from a play.
The year's final project required the junior
and senior students to select, cast, re-
hearse, and present a ZQ-minute scene
from a major play. These students were
also required to complete a production
notebook for their scene. This had to in-
clude sketches of costumes, and sets as
well as analysis of the play and characters.
Most students discovered it was a bigger
task than they had anticipated.
First year drama students concentrated
on the areas of oral interpretation, and
contest selections as well as reading and
preparing radio presentations of plays
appropriate to entertain children. Special
problems of both radio and children's the-
atre were explored in this fashion.
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IHSSA: Rondi Ilstrup, Penny Nevins, Sally Ratcliff, Debbie Snyder.
In Local and State
Contests, Technical Crews,
Directing and Performing
Interpretive Reading: Sally Ratcliff, Mary Matkov.
Play Reading: Steve Rollins, Karin Nowotnik, Sally Ratcliff, Mary
Junior and Senior Boys
elected to Attend Rotary and Kiwanis
Row one: Dave McConeghey, Pat Kelly
Gene Steenhoek, Mike Grosvenor, John Stiles, Dave Clement,
Ron Green. Row two: Rod Simpson, Steve Rollins, Steve Vermil-
lion, Denny Bewyer, Tom Lightner, Tom Vickers, Tom Ferguson
Steve Loupee, Steve Snook, John Krueger, Ray Dafflitto, Denny
Farver, Bill Pauls, Jim Griffin. Row four: Mike Kelly, Joe Keller, Dave
Happe, Donn Singer, Joe Ross, Mike Houston, Steve Turner, Greg
y' Row three:.Larry Ver Steeg, Mike Walker,
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The Delts annual shoe-shine initiation of new members is shown
Row one: Mr. Paul, Adviser, Donn Singer, Steve Loupee, Steve Vermillion, Greg Crews, Dave McConeghey, Gary Leadmon, Rod Simpson. Row
two: Tom l-lermsen, Ray Dafflitto, Gene Steenhoek, John Krueger, Denny Bewyer, Tom Lightner, Dennis Walker. Row three: Jim Kyte, Dave
Happe, Mike Powell, Joe Ross, Steve Turner, Tom Vickers, Larry Ver Steegh, Jeff Smoot, John Paschal. Row four: Tim lllingsworth, Bill Shaw,
Steve Rhodes, John Stiles, Mike Grosvenor, Steve Snook, Dave Clement, Ron Green.
67 Students Constitute Delta Mu Delta
Considered for Newton
Highs Chapter of
National Honor Society
Junior Members-Row one: Beth Hoover, Cinda Wormley, Karen Paschal,
Julie Schakel. Row two: Sharon Castell, Linda Brindza, Laurisa Sellers, Susan
Hindman. Row three: Greg Thielman, Dave Spencer, James Wasson, Dave
,K Updegraff. Row four: Steve Loupee, Bill Shaw, Dave Wessel, Mike Huston.
Senior Members-Row one: Pat Kelly, John Stiles, Dave McConeghey, Ron Masters lVice-Presidentl, Cathy Cox CPresidentJ, Tom Lightner, Ray
Dafflitto, Gene Steenhoek, Larry Versteegh. Row two: Linda Morris, Paula Paschal, Sherry Knapp, Elaine Rowe, Julie Livingston, Jacci Ches-
shire, Bonnie Clarke, Debbie Jones, Linda McGowen, Linda Johannes. Row three: Nan Smith, Chris Blyth, Ann McAnly, Judy Anderson, Ann On-
nen, Kathy Byers, Teri Snook, Jane Wallace, Ellen Singer CSecretaryJ, Betty Burch, Lori Horstman. Row four: Steve Rollins, Galen Green, Craig
Shenton, Steve Vermillion, Jim Griffin, Tom Vickers, Jack Denniston, Gary Britson, Wayne Eaton, Connie Duffus. Row five: Craig Veber, Scott
Mace, Calvin Holmquist, John Matthias CTreasurerJ, Bill Hesson, Rich Edwards, Jim Ashcraft, Bob Hill, Bob Barr. Not pictured: Sally Ratcliff,
Art Club Plans School
Row one: Chris Wade CPresidentJ, Ann Onnen lVice-Presidentb, Teri Snook lSecretaryD. Craig Shenton CTreasurerJ. Row two: Sue Brock, Nancy
I-loen, Karen Preston, Marchell Jackson, Lucretia Richards, Vickie Rosencrants, Peggy Mayfield. Standing: Mr. Downs, Jean Revell, Sheryl
Eilert, Debbie Owens, Jean Mcl-Tall, Evelyn Jones.
The opportunity to apply talents to a variety
of creative projects is offered to the members
of the Art Club. It is not necessary to be in an art
class to belong to the club, but rather any person
who wishes to express personal ideas in his
choice of media may join.
This year the club made plans for a modern-
istic mobile and a mural to add to room 1 10. The
highlight of this year's activities was the annual
trip to the high school Art Fair in Cedar Falls. Stu-
dents take selected art pieces to be evaluated
by a college art instructor. Seniors may also apply
for scholarships to the college. Craig Shenton
was one of six winners from a field of over 60
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Sophomore: Laura Schroyer, Pat Coomer, Pam Van Loon, Karen
Row one: Linda Holmquist, Debbie Sny-
der, Vicky Rosencrants, Barbara Tiedje.
Row two: Larry Spain, Nick Hindman,
Bob Anderson, Todd Neilson, John
Schnathorst. Row three: Richard Upde-
graff, Chuck Herrington, Rodger Blyth,
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Britson. Standing: Richard
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ald Masters, Scott Mace, Tom
Vickers, Jim Griffin.
V Seated: Karen Paschal, Laurisa Sellers.
Standing: David Updegraff, Greg Thiel-
V mann, Fritz Stecker.
NHS Represented at Nationals
Varsity Debaters: Steve Rollins, Richard Edwards, Jim Griffin, Ronald
Sweepstakes Trophy Winners
National Forensic League, Row one: Miss Koob, Gary Britson, Steve Rollins, Richard Edwards, Cpresidentj Barbara Tiedje, Laurisa Sellers, Mr.
Kruse. Row two: l.arry Spain, Bob Anderson, Paula Paschal, Debbie Snyder, Vicky Rosencrants, Linda Holmquist, Rondi llstrup, Karen Paschal,
Todd Neilson, Bob Griffin. Row three: John Schnathorst, Chuck Harrington, Nick l-lindrnan, Mary Matkov, Sally Ratcliff, Greg Thielmann, Jim Grif-
fin, Fritz Stecker. Row four: PauIMassmar1, Richard Updegraff, Ronald Masters, Tom Vickers, Scott Mace, Roger Blyth.
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Original Oratory: Row one:
Larry Spain, l.inda Holm-
quist, Debbie Snyder,
Vicky Rosencrants, Barb
Tiedje, Bob Griffin. Row
two: Todd Nielsen, Paul
Massman, Steve Rollins,
Gary Britson, Fritz Stecker.
Speakers Conclude Successful
The Newton Senior I-Iigh forensic students
concluded another successful season with Ron
Masters elected to the National Student Con-
gress held as part of the National Speech Tourna-
ment in Nashville, Tennessee in June.
Everything from a few practice tournaments
to a large scale invitational kept the Newton
debaters and speakers busy for five and one-half
months during the forensic season. Practice tour-
neys at nearby West Des Moines were followed by
tournaments in Iowa as well as one each in
Nebraska, Minnesota and Illinois during the winter
and spring months of the tournament season.
Two major tournaments were held in Newton dur-
ing the year . . . the tremendously successful
Sixth Annual Midwest Speech and Debate Tourna-
ment, and the Iowa District National Forensic
League Tournament finals.
The talented and competent Newton competi-
tors participated in demonstration debates locally
as well as on television when they debated Oska-
loosa on WMT-TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Newton
entries took the sweepstakes award at the Brind-
ley Tournament at Cedar Falls in December and
at the Iowa District NFL. tournament held in New-
ton. Individuals receiving outstanding honors dur-
ing the season include: Steve Rollins who was
acclaimed as over-all best speaker at Brindley,
Richard Edwards who was chosen as top
congressman at the NFI. Student Congress in
Iowa City, Jim Griffin, first in radio speaking at
Coe College, Paula Paschal, first in extempo-
raneous at Iowa City, and the debate team which
took first place honors at the Brindley Tourna-
The new State Debate Poll as published by
the Des Moines Sunday Register saw the Newton
debaters ranked as the number one debate team
in the state for the first five weeks of the nine
week poll . . . The separate Southern District
rankings placed Newton number one for the en-
tire duration of the poll. This was a great year
for a great team.
Rladip: Jim Griffin, Ron Masters, Steve Rollins, Scott Mace.
Extemp-Row one: Greg Thielmann, Karen Paschal
Paula Paschal, Paul Massman. Row two: Steve Rollins
Bob Anderson, Roger Blyth. Row three: Richard Upde
graff, Ron Masters, Richard Edwards.
Row one Mr Dettmann Cadvisorb Bill Pauls Cpresidentb Dave Clement fvlce presidentj, John Welle fsecretaryl, Dean Schutty
Creporterj Melvin Cranston Csentinelj Tim Etter ftreasurerl Mark Guthrie Row two: Robert Hill, Dennis Danley, Paul Johnson
Steve Etter Stanley Allspach Don Engle Mike Beukama Terry Van Baalen Row three: Dennis Moore, Dwight Baldwin, Gerald
Kingery Kalven Slmbro Gary Ryther Ray Flndley Doug Jensen Eddie Ellander. Row four: Larry Streeter, Danny Hobbs
Randy Grimes Jim Jenkins Rodney Meyer David Crook Nick l-lindmann Row five: David Copine, Ellis Smith, Mike Lister, Scott
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Above left: Dairy judging team: Joe Dodge,
Scott Hammerly, Tim Etter. Above right:
Meat and livestockjudging team: Joe Dodge,
Scott l-lammerly, Jim Wasson.
State finals of leadership contest: Tom Guth-
rie, Jack Ferguson, Jim Wasson, Melvin Crans-
ton, Bill Pauls.
Row one: Joe Dodge, Larry Birkenholtz, Wayne Birkenholz, Jim
Gardner. Row two: Burt Guthrie, Tom Guthrie, Craig Hesson, Jim
Wasson. Row three: Larry Purvis, Cliff Newell, Jack Ferguson.
Row four: Danny Jackson, Kirk Quinn, Jim Samson, Carroll Bunse.
Row five: Dave Strovers, Jim Failor, Robert Etter.
Modern Agriculture wfw
For Prospective Farmers ,Q .3
Bill Pauls Cpresi-
dentl, Karen Sille
39th Christmas Concert
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Mixed Chorus began the year's activities with
a successful production of South Pacific in which
nearly all chorus students participated.
Various chorus activities have been Junior-
Senior concerts performed for Kellogg and Emer-
son Hough students, and Christmas and Thanks-
giving concerts for the senior high and public.
A new group of chamber singers has been
formed this year. These twenty-four students
have performed for various civic groups in New-
ton. Highlighting their activities was a program
presented to the J. C. Jill's State Convention at
the Maytag Hotel.
Sixteen vocalists from NHS were chosen for
all state chorus in Des Moines. Four students
attended Luther College for the Dorian Festival:
one of whom was chosen to sing a solo.
Chorus members receiving Division One
ratings at State are: Linda Probasco, Nancy
Kooistra, Jennifer McCracken, Carol Ashby,
James Ashcraft, Dale Conklin, Robert Smith, Mary
Burkhardt, Ellen Singer, Brenda Larson, Ann On-
nen, Beverly De Boom, Tamara Gralnek, Bonnie
Nelson, Ann Rutledge, Jana Fahrney, Bob Hodg-
son, Raymond Meredith, Phil Abbott, Lee Gause,
Harvey Woody, David Brown, Jane Wallace, Tom
Blackett, Debbie Jones, Melvin Cranston, Andrea
This year of outstanding activities was
brought to a close by the combined chorus and
orchestra, "Gloria" concert preceding Easter
Senior Chorus Officer: Jack Denniston lvice-presidentl, Ray Mere-
dith ipresidentj, Dixie Nichol Kvice-presidentj, Lee Gause llibrarianj,
Cathy Cox Csecretaryb, Phil Abbott Ctreasurerl, Barb Johnson
flibrarianj, Ann Onnen fpublicityj, Gary Britson lpublicityj.
All State: Row one: Tom Jorris, Harvey Woody, Bonnie Jo Nelson,
Rosemary Verwers. Row two: Bill Hesson, Dick Schroeder, Jen-
nifer McCracken, Debbie Jones, Dixie Nichol, Carol Ashby, John
Matthias, Jim Ashcraft. Row three: Bob Smith, Rhondi llstrup,
Nancy Kooistra, Dave Wessel.
Chamber Singers: Row one: Mary Burkhardt, Andrea Wing, Nancy Kooistra, Jennifer McCracken, Dixie Nichol, Linda Probasco, Connie Duffus,
Brenda Larson, Connie Braley, Carol Ashby, Debbie Jones, Jane Wallace, Ann Onnen. Row two: Lee Gause, Ray Meredith, Bob Smith, Danny Cof-
fey, Bill Hesson, John Matthias, Ellen Singer, Barb Kline, Dale Conklin, Mel Cranston, Jim Ashcraft. Phil Abbott, David Brown, Dick Schroeder.
Chcruses Say It with Music
Girls Sextet: Jane Wallace Caccompanisth, Linda Probasco, Brenda Girls.Glee Officers: Julie Grier, Vice President, Martha Herbold,
Larson, Mary Burkhardt, Ann Onnen, Ellen Singer, Carol Ashby. Pfesldefiti Jann Page, Treasurer: Janet Blight- 5eCVet3f'Yi Kathy
Gilpin, Librarian, Jennifer Castonguay, Librarian.
Row one: Jenny Castonguay, Jennifer Mills, Evelyn Jones, Maureen Gertsma, Monica Lavados, Cindy DeMeyer, Eileen Millard, Jackie Walker.
ROW two: Jane Mlllef. Karen BUFWKSF, Sue Fritz, Carolyn Witte, Jann Page, Jane Robinson, Julie Grier, Debbie Kelley, Suzanne McGraw, Regina
Wallace. Row three: Martha Herbold, Linda Holmquist, Connie DePenning, Rossie Thurman, Janet Blight, Jenn McCracken, Dana Swallwell, Kathy
Gilpin, Jan Mentzer. Row four: Peggy Mayfield, Linda March, Ruth Bayse, Marlys Simpson, Shelley Streeter, Alberta Jaimes, Wilma Madden, Pam
Cavitt, Gail Vickers, Janet Barber.
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Sophomore Chorus: Row one: Bob Griffin, Tim Jones, Brian Daugherty, Bob Shaw, Tom Blackett, Eddie Cranston, Eddie Moore, Steven Jones,
Don King, Tom Gause. Row two: Mary Gecan, Ann Bailey, Vickie Hawkins, Debbie Kelly, Mary Beukema, Barb l-lale, Suzanne McGraw, Cynthia
Kelly, Linda Schroyer, Roseanne Saunders, Kathy Head, Claire Denniston. Row three: Alice Campbell, Linda Wormley, Paula Loftsgard, Mary
Lou Sille, Delores DeBoom, Jamie Loehr, Debbie Snyder, Cindy Wilson, Kathy Smith, Chris Wearmouth, Rondi llstrup, Lynn Stoulil, Pauline Barr.
Row four: Karen Byers, Beth Roland, Kathy Jones, Janet Dettmann, Linda Scarbrough, Vickie McNally, Karen Beard, Pam VanLoon, Nina Miller,
Chris Lureman, Susan Shankland, Vivian Priaulx, Cheryl Perryman, Janis Balmer. Row five: Gloria Edwards, Dianna McGinn, Bill Nelson, Don
Morgan, Bob McGowen, Randy Stiles, Nelson Mathiesen, John Robson, Gary Kline, Larry Spain, Randy Canaday, Becky Brayton, Rosemary
Double Mixed Quartet Division I Winners: Row one: Kathi Smith, Sophomore Chorus Officers: Tom Gause Cpresidentb, Paula Lofts-
Rondi llstrup, cindy wilson, Paula Loftsguard, Rowtworrim Jones, sard lvice-Dfesidentbl Cynthia Kelly Csecretafyl, BOD Griffin loubj
Marshall Kenworthy Nelson Mathiesen Tom Blackettl licityll Debbie Snyder Cstudent council representativej, Rondi
llstrup Clibrarianj, Bill Nelson Clibrarianl, Chris Lureman Ctreasurerj,
The first vocal production of the "Gloria" was pre-
sented at Nl-lS with orchestra accompaniment. The
words for the Gloria are taken from the liturgical ser-
vice, coming down through the centuries as a main part
of the Catholic mass. Antonia Vivaldi took these words
and broke them into twelve musical forms, similar to an
oratorio. The chorus presented the Gloria in the Latin
tongue. Solos were sung by Linda Probasco, Phil Abbott,
Carol Ashby, Beverly DeBoom, and Nancy Kooistra.
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a comedy written by Anita Loo,
was presented April 8 84 9 as
the drama club's last produc-
tion. The lead roles were played
by Ken Walker CMr. Leeh, Karin
Nowotnik CLorelei Leeb, and
Jacci Chesshire CDorothyJ.
Other participants in the play
were: Dennis Brown, Danny
Coffey, Rick Johnson, Tom
Blackett, Rosemary Verwers,
Pat Kelly, Harvey Woody, Mar-
shall Kenworthy, Ron Brecken-
ridge, Bill Hesson, Mary Matkov,
Jenni Mills, Paula Loftsgard,
Bonnie Clarke, Penny Nevins,
Cathy Cox, Joyce Farland,
Bob Griffin, Rondi llstrup, Dave
Wessel, Mike Cooley, Nancy
Kooistra, Sally Ratcliff, and
The story begins when Lore-
lei Lee and her friend, Dorothy,
take a trip to Europe to fur-
ther their education. When Mr.
Lee is unable to go along, things
begin to happen. Lorelei and
Dorothy set forth on their ad-
ventures alone. Lorelei loses
their travelers checks, leaving
them penniless. In Paris, she
meets Henry Spoffard lll, CMike
Cooleyb, whom she marries.
The story ends happily for all
and the 1966-67 drama season
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Cards Wallop Marshalltown
32-13 in Key CIC Game
The Newton Cardinals, coached by
Paul Turner and Dudley Norris, cap-
tured the Central Iowa Conference
crown with a 5-O record in conference
play. The season began with a 21-7
win over Ottumwa. The Cardinals suf-
fered only one setback, at the hands of
Des Moines Roosevelt.
The first home game, against Oska-
loosa, was designated "Pop" Lynn
Nite. The Newton football stadium was
officially dedicated as l-l. A. Lynn Field.
l-lomecoming was marred by rain and
tornado warnings, which canceled the
parade, but the Cardinals pulled
through with a 13-6 victory over Des
Moines Tech. On Dad's Night the Car-
dinals wrapped up the season and
the CIC Championship by defeating
Several Newton Cardinals were se-
lected for places on CIC and All State
teams. Dave Clement and Gene Steen-
hoek received the special honor of
being elected "Honorary Co-Captains"
by their teammates, after the last
Congratulations to the 1966 CIC
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Tom Lightner, John Krueger, Dan Johnson, Coach Turner. Row two: Dennis Walker, Jim Jenkins, Mike Walker, Jim Kyte, Larry Versteegh, Denny
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Dave Wessel, Tim Westercamp, John Stalzer, Steve Rhodes, Dan Ingersoll, Jim Willemson, Leon Pinkerton, Steve Turner, Rick Johnson. Row four:
Coach Williams, Coach Engstrom, Ralph Vander Zyl, Steve Cronin, Galen Green, Steve Vermillion, Jim Stone, Robert Craig, Rod DeMeyer, Phil
Abbot, R. D. Dunkin, Tom Weeks, Coach Maigaard, Coach Currey. Not pictured: Danny Jackson, Randy Brisel, Virgil Chance, Scott Hammerly,
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Managers: Doug Vacha, Steve Tomlin, Tom Weeks, Danny Mc-
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Cards Place Ist in CIC-13th in State
2nd team CIC
lst team CIC
Festivities follow the winning of the CIC Crown against Ames.
Speeches, shouts, cheers, cakes and the notorious ring of the
victory bell form the victory celebration.
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Guthrie. Kalven Simvro, Coach Engstrom. Row two: Brian Daugherty, Tom Hybl, Max Dolder, Bruce Showalter, Tom l-lermsen, Steve Smith, Mike
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Row one: Garth Shipley, Eddie Moore, Dave Harrington, Christopher l.ukavsky, Mike De-
Meyer. Row two: Randy Stiles, Randy Grimes, Steve l.othe, Rob Forsyth. Row three: Steve
DeJong, Kirk Selby, Jerry Sears, Tim Ettelson, Jesse Walker. Row four: Dari Clarke, Denny
Clauseman, Randy Hashman, Tom Altenhofen. Row five: Dennis Moore, Stacy Burch, Den-
nis Van Maaren, Ray Findley, Joe Ross. Row six: Bill Hansen, Sanford lllstrup, Mike Powell,
Bill McDaniels. Row seven: Mark Farland, Joe Dodge, Steve Castell, Doug Auten, Dave
Davis. Row eight: Joe Nimmo, Bill Shaw, Denny Engle, Mark Diamond. Row nine: Fred Pitt-
man, Gary Borchert, Mike Lister, Pat Kelly, Tim Williams. Row ten: Steve Loupee, Calvin
Holmquist, Rick Braun, Coach Chism.
Coach Earl Chism
The Newton Cross Country team of
1966, improved steadily during the sea-
son. This was indicated by an early loss to
Grinnellg while later in the season, the team
defeated them in both the conference and
state cross country runs. The year ended
with a record of four wins, three losses,
and one tie.
The mile team placed 4th in the confer-
ence and 7th in the state runs and the
cross country runners placed 3rd in the
conference and 5th in state.
Despite the loss of many senior letter-
winners the outlook for the future season
is good. Many of the underclassmen will
be returning next year to make even
Dave Harrington, Steve DeJong, Stacy Burch, Kirk Selby, Randy Grimes, Jesse Walker, Ray Findley, Calvin Holmquist Joe Nimmo Bill Shaw
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Managers: Doug Vacha, Ralph Agar, Tom Weeks, R. D. Dunken, John Pas
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Des Moines North 78
Des Moines Lincoln 59
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petition tough as the season ended with a
record of 7 wins and 11 losses. ln the first
round of the District competition, the Cardi-
nals downed Southeast Polk 65-62 in an over-
time but were defeated in the second round
by East Des Moines 63-65.
Gaining all-conference recognition were
Dave Clement and John Stiles on the third
team with Tom Lightner and Roger Simpson
receiving honorable mention.
Voted outstanding by their fellow team-
mates were Dave Clement, captain, Galen
Green, most improved, Dave Clement, most
hustle, Galen Green, best team player and
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Row one: Mike Powell, Bill McDaniel, Steve Turner, Randy Brisel, Jerry Sears. Row two:
pee, John Schild, Russ Hutchins, Mark Diamond, Bill Shaw, Jim Kyte, Doug Vacha.
Coach Dudley Norris, Greg Crews, Steve l.ou
Cards Show Promise for Future
Row one: Bill Nelson, Tom Hermsen, Jon Davis, Ted lllingworth, Doug Fisher, Randy McPherren, Steve DeJong, Ron Carson. Row
two: Coach Bill Williams, Bruce Matsen, Doug Auten, David Davis, Steve Castell, Steve Smith, Kalven Simbro, Dari Clarke, Tom Hybl,
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83 Des Moines Tech 30
64 Des Moines Roosevelt 55
41 Tama-Toledo 31
67 Ames 61
53 Knoxville 34
63 Grinnell 34
73 Boone 43
56 Ottumvva 46
38 Oskaloosa 30
38 Marshalltown 49
90 Des Moines North 64
47 Tama-Toledo 44
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53 Boone 56
53 Des Moines l.incoln 55
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State Meet at Ames
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Row one: Steve Tomlin, Steve Matsen, Bob Krueger, Donn Singer, Gib Copeland, Gary Leadmon, Nick Hammans. Row two: Jeff Smoot, Don Jay,
Jesse Walker, Steve Anderson, Bruce Zagorniak, Denny Phipps, Dan Ingersoll, Ron Urias. Row three: Denny Bewyer, Max Dolder, Dave Mc-
Coneghey, Virgil Kling, Mike Urias, Ken Mace, Larry Ingersoll, Coach Toppenberg.
The Cards 3rd swimming season ended with a
9 win, 4 loss record. Although the team was pre-
dominately sophomores, there were several out-
standing upperclassmen. Steve Matsen, a senior,
captain of the team capped school records in the
200 and 400 free-style events and anchored a
record breaking free-style relay. Denny Bewyer
and Dave McConeghey came through in many
meets with vital points and Denny Bewyer held
the diving record. Coach Toppenberg has much
hope for next year's season with many prospec-
tive underclassmen coming up.
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Wrestlers Placed Second in CIC
Row one: Dave Harrington, 95 lbs., Bruce Hawkins, 95 lbs., Don Crady, 103 lbs., Tony Avila, 1 12 lbs., Dennis Claseman, 120 lbs., Randy Grimes
120 lbs., Tim Ettelson, 127 lbs., Garold Clark, 127 lbs. Row two: Joe Dodge, 133 lbs., Rod Meyer, 133 lbs., Jim Jenkins, 145 lbs.,
154 lbs., Gene Steenhoek, 165 lbs., Rick Johnson, 180 lbs., Bob Cobbs, Hvvt., Bob Craig, Hvvt.
This year's wrestling team ended
with a 2-6 record, defeating their major
rival Grinnell, and Ames in dual meet
competition. Losses were close and
hard fought with Marshalltown, Clarion,
Jefferson of Cedar Rapids and Eagle
Championships won in the CIC
conference tournament were Don
Crady, Tony Avila, Rod Meyer, Jim Jen-
kins, and John Krueger. Sectional tour-
nament champions were Don Crady,
Tony Avila, Rod Meyer, Jim Jenkins,
and John Krueger. John Krueger won
first place in the district tournament,
with Tony Avila and Rod Meyer winning
2nd place. These three looys repre-
sented Newton at the state meet in
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Row one: Mike DeMeyer, Gary Moore, Mike Castings, Mike Covault, Bert Guthrie, Joe Avila, Steve Rhodes, Jeff Potter. Row two: Mike Meyer,
Dave Ashcraft, Dave Yeutsy, Dan McPherren, Stacy Burch, Sanford Ilstrup, Bruce Showalter, Gerald Kingery, Gary Borchert, Merle Jorgenson,
Jim Wasson, Scott Hammerly.
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'67 Brings Three New Track Records
Row one: Bob Krueger, Dick Schroeder, Rod Simpson, Dave Clement, Larry Versteegh, Steve Snook, Steve Vermillion, Randy Grimes, Fred Pitt-
man, Galen Green, Calvin Holmquist, Jack Denniston, John Krueger, John Stiles, Dave Davis. Row two: Jeff Smoot, Joe Ross, Doug Woods, Ron
Carson, Tom Hermsen, Bill Nelson, Tom Weeks, Jessie Walker, Dave Harrington, Nick Hammons, Randy McPherren, John Stalzer, Steve Turner,
Stacey Burch. Row three: Jon Davis, Randy Brisel, Jay McGaha, Doug Fisher, Steve Tomlin, Denny Bewyer, Denny Claseman, Bill McDaniel, Bob
Craig, Jim Kyte, Steve Loupee, Doug Auten, Mike Walker. Row four: Ray Dafflitto, Denny Walker, Bruce Matsen, Burt Guthrie, Mike Kelly, Steve
Smith, Bruce Showalter, Larry Streeter, Dennis Van Maaren, Mike Castings, Randy Stiles, Mike Morgan, Danny McPherren, Ralph VanderZyl.
Row five: Doug Vacha, John Schild, Steve Rhodes, Ken Walker, Denny Brown, Doug Jensen, Jim Stone, Gary Mohler, Coaches: Mr. Boston, Mr.
Turner, Mr. Engstrom, Mr. Currey.
TRACK SCHEDULE FOR 1966-67
State Indoor 16th
Newton-Tech 1 S11
' Osky Relays 205
Cardinal Relays 1S'C
Marshalltown reserves 1St
Grinnell 1 St
Conference Meet 3rd
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FIELDMEN-Row one: Doug Jensen, Ron Carson, Steve
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Winning Performance by Cindermen
The 1967 school year proved to be success-
ful for the Newton Cards. They placed lst in the
Cardinal Relays, 2nd in the Osky Relays, and 3rd
in the conference meet. Three new school records
were also established.
Steve Loupee set a new record in the low
hurdles with a time of :20.0 during the CIC meet.
The 480 yard Schuttle Hurdle Relay team con-
sisting of Steve Vermillion, Steve Loupee, Jay
lVlcGaha and Fred Pittman set a record time of
1:04.5. John Stiles set the 3rd record when he
broke the 440 yard dash 3 times moving the old
record of 50.5 to 49.3 in the-state meet.
Relay Team: John Krueger, Stacey Burch, Dick Schroeder, David Davis Galen Green
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A Soggy Victory
The weather was the principal victor as the
Newton Cardinals, winners of eight first places,
retained their Class A team crown in the annual
Cardinal Relays. Cardinal Coach Mike Engstrom
did an astute job of distributing his athletes over
the 17 events as the Cards compiled 86 points to
55 for runner-up Ottumwa. The Cardinals won
two field events, three open running events and
three relays, the 440, 880 and two-mile, while
adding a second in the medley relay and a third
in the mile baton event.
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Row one: Coach Williams, Tom Lightner, Tim Ettelson, Kirk Selby, Tom Hybl, Bill Shaw, Rob Forsythe, Steve DeJong, Mark Farland,
Pat Kelly. Row two: Steve Matsen, Doug Snook, Dave Rowe, John Bridenstine, Herb Dougall, Tom McAnly, David Lenocker.
Southeast Polk 5th CIC
North, D.M. W Knoxville
Oskaloosa lst Sectional
Ottumwa Invitational W Marshalltown
Tama-Toledo ff Grinnell
Grinnell 2nd District
Roosevelt, D.M. W Ottumwa
Marshalltown 5th State
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Row one: Coach Foote, Joan Zeller, Jane Robinson, Ann McAnly, Pam Cavitt. Row
two: Sue Shanklancl, Diane Hodgson, Claire Denniston, Sue Gregoire, Beth
Hoover. Row three: Teri Snook, Alberta Jaimes, Cheryl Perryman, Gayle Thorsen.
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man, Dave Clement, Jeff Smoot, Bob Krueger, Chuck Walker, Bob Stoltz, Jon Davis, John Kruegar.
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67 year is Dave Clement. l-le was a four sport
letter winner. ,
In football, Dave was the regular fullback for
three years and was selected all-CIC fullback
twice. l-le was selected by the Iowa Daily Press
Association on the fifth all-state team. l-le was
also elected co-captain of the Newton team. With
a desire to win, Dave was a great competitor.
In basketball, Dave was chosen to the third
all-CIC team and received honorable mention on
the all-state basketball team by the Iowa Daily
Press. During the past year he scored 188 points
for a 10.3 game average. He was the team's lead-
ing rebounder with 126 rebounds for 18 games.
As leader and inspiration to his teammates, they
selected him captain of the team.
ln his senior year Dave participated in track
and made important contributions to the team with
his work in field events. I-lis best performance was
46'2" in the shotput and 1325" in the discus.
In baseball, Dave has been active for three
years and was on the winning CIC team his junior
Dave has been an outstanding performer in
many varsity sports at Newton and his loyalty
and sportsmanship will be missed.
Gutstanding Senior Athletes
Roger Simpson was selected as the baseball out-
standing athlete of 1967. Roger's batting average
was 369, collecting 24 hits in 66 times at bat. Six of
his 24 hits were for extra bases, including 4 doubles and
2 homeruns. As a sophomore, he playedas the regular
third baseman, but during his junior year when asked to
move to the position of catcher, performed so well that
he was chosen to the first all-CIC conference team. Rod
is the third Simpson brother to have been chosen to the
first all-CIC conference team and also for this award.
This year's outstanding basketball player se-
lected was Tom Lightner. Tom has been a key player
for the Cardinals for the past two years. He was a
smart ball player initiating the offensive play and was
very quick on defense. As a Junior he was third team
all-Conference and this year was honorable mention
all-CIC. He scored 190 points, which made him the
team's second leading scorer and his fine attitude
made him very valuable to his teammates and coaches.
Steve Matsen was chosen the most outstanding
swimmer for the 1966-67 season. As captain of the
team Steve not only provided an opening spark by
winning the first events of every meet but exhibited
fine leadership for a very young swim team. He started
the season off by breaking records in the 200 and 400
freestyle and continued nearly every meet to better
these times to the point where it will be a long time
before they will be broken. ,
John Krueger was selected as the outstanding
senior wrestler for the 1966-67 season. John com-
piled a 29-1 1-3 record during his three years of var-
sity competitionp and had a 17-3-0 record his senior
year. He was a three time CIC champion, and a "Quad-
rangular" tournament champion at 154 pounds twice.
This year, he advanced to the first round of state
tournament competition. John was a good squad
leader and was rewarded for his efforts when elected
as Co-Captain by his teammates.
John Stiles has been chosen as the outstanding
trackman of the 1967 season. John has lettered in
track for three years. As a Sophomore he was a mem-
ber of the mile relay team that set the school record.
As a Junior the medley relay team of which he was a
member set the school record. During his Senior year
he ran on various relay teams as well as in the 100,
220, and 440 dashes. He set a school record of 50.2
seconds this year in the 440 yard dash.
Randy Grimes was selected as the outstanding
athlete in Cross Country this year. He earned this
honor by his hard work and consistent performance
on the team. Of the eleven meets held this year, Ran-
dy finished first seven times, and won four of the
meets outright. He was sixth in the conference cross
country run and earned fifteenth place in both the
State mile run and State cross country run. His time
of 9:23.23 for the 1.8 mile cross country run will be
hard to beat and is an excellent target for future
Newton cross country runners. '
Kirk Selby was chosen as the outstanding senior
in golf. Kirk won varsity letters during both his Junior
and Senior years on teams that qualified for the state
tournament. In his junior year Kirk was the medalist
of the sectional tournament and in his senior year was
co-medalist. ln addition, he has won numerous local
tournaments-Jaycee Champion in 1966. He has
averaged 40.1 during his Senior year and was se-
lected as having the best personality and being the
most improved golfer of 1967.
Gene Steenhoek was selected as the outstanding
football player this year. Gene, 5' 1 1V2" tall and weigh-
ing 178 pounds, was a two year letter winner and
was chosen as the first team all-CIC end. During
the 1966 season he was elected honorary co-captain
by his teammates. Gene displayed leadership both
on and off the field and was also outstanding in the
NATIONAL ATHLETIC HONOR SOCIETY-Row one: Dave McConeghey, John Krueger, Tom Lightner, Steve Vermillion
John Stiles, Steve Snook, Ron Green, Gene Steenhoek. Row two: Galen Green, Dave Spencer, John Bush, Donn Singer
Larry Versteegh, Mike Powell, Greg Briggs, Steve Cronin. Row three: Ray Dafflitto, Steve Hummel, Dave Wessel, Bill Shaw
Steve Loupee, Dave Happe, Steve Rhodes.
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Our Congratulations to the
Class of 1967
May Your Future be a
HESSE MEN 'S WEAR
The Store for the Young Man
West Side Square Newton, Iowa
For Faster Service Phone Ahead - Allow 20 Min.
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WILLIAM QBILLI J. BOLLIG MANAGER-OWNER
Phone 792-5252 Newton, Iowo
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John Deere Form Equipment 7. 7 - ' 5, 1
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Complete Travel Service
202 lst St. N.
Newton,s Building Center
Congrofulofions To The Class of '67
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223 w. 4th sf. N. 229
HY-VEE FOOD STORES
F riendliness, Service, and Low Prices
1302 lst Ave. West 1702 1st Ave. East
BROWN'S SHOE FIT CO
A fit for every toot.
The delo's den for style ond foishion.
South side of III Newton
most complete service
store in town.
Retail, Catalog, Automotive
South Side Drug Store
Newton Clinic Building
Prescriptions Our Speciolty
Shoes for the Entire Family
GRAHAM'S SHOE STORE
107 W. 2nd St. N.
Let's Work Together
On Planning Your Future
RUSK HOME CENTER
Your Complete Decorating Center
Across from Hotel Maytag
SALES AND SERVICE
VERN'S TV SERVICE
"For the Best Picture in Town"
' RADIO ' TELEVISION ' STEREO
792-2026 210 First Ave. E. Newton, Iowa
Congratulations to the Class of '67
207 First Avenue W.
PEOPLE'S NATURAL GAS
792-6276 107 151 Ave. E.
121 W. 3rd St. N.
Phone 792-3430 Newton, IOWG
Serving You ls Our Business
Dun-Lap Mfg. Co.
Congratulations to the Class of 1967
AIWHYS FIRST OUALKYYI
Home of Values for Entire Family
10,000 items in our new Catalog Dept.
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Congratulations to the Seniors
Maytag Hotel Phone 792 6375
NEwToN HoME SAVINGS
AND LoAN Assocmtiow
Savings Center of jaxper County
SAVINGS - HOME LOANS
Savings Insured Up To SI0,000 With Federal Savings
And Loan Insurance Corporation
"Live Better . . . Electrically,
Nowtoo, Iowa La Petlte Beauty Salon
LEFTY SPRAGUE'S T Bl D, d
Mobilgas ru- u iamon s
Bulova - Caravelle -Zairrg Levba - Mido - Seiko
Newton Shopping Center
B'S CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE at
:fh2FB:eu1irdiZrr?1I1iIiEd LEON ARD'S
106 No. 2nd Ave. E. First ill Fashion
HOTEL MAYTAG COFFEE SHOP Congratulations Seniors '
Newton, Iowa From the' Center Barbers
FRANCIS' si WILLIE so BILL
For Superior Cleaning
GALES CLEANERS LARCHWOOD FLOWER SHOP
Corsages, Wedding Flowers, Gifts
V2 Block East of the S.E. Corner of Square Watford Bros. Florists
792-5059 South sido 1:1 Phone 792-4892
Fine Foods 7
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pmlups lst Ave. EHSI-Pl'l0Il6
100 N. 2nd Ave. E. Newton, Iowa m Newton, Iowa
. NEWTON OFFICE SUPPLY
P Division of Des Moines Stationery Co.
West Side Square Office Supplies 8: Equipment
POWER 8r HARRINGTON PHARMACY S0h00::S1151lo:igig ':':'Pew1'ifefS
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cross 'om ospm' 102 Ion sr. N. Phone 792-2460
You're Always Welcome at
MARSHALL HARDWARE PETTIT CLEANERS
N th Side D 206 N. 2nd Ave. W. Phone: 792-2391
GTI Hliloewaroo Paints Beautiful Fiber Tone Cleaning
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FORBES AND NEWELL
110 N. 2nd Ave. E.
Across from Shopping Center
Best of Luck Grads!
It's The Best
Service Your Dollar
MAIN 'S LAUNDRY
213W W. 2nd St. N.
Phone 792-4166 215 First Av t
GOOD LUCK, GRADS
Where Smart Things Flourish WUR
MATTINGLY'S MUSIC STORE DEE'S CARDS AND GIFTS
Jasper Coun'ty's Largest Record 8 Sheet Music Dept.
West Side Square-Newton, Iowa
Hallmark Cards - Candles - Gifts
Newton Shopping 'Center
Con a ula ions Seniors
Woogimfs iEWELRY BRUCE CLEANERS
Sanitone Dry Cleaning
212 FIRST STREET NORTH-PHONE 792-12.5.5
JASPER COUNTY BARBER
The Best in the West
BE The East side of Newton
Phone 792-2911 For Automotive Service
EARL MAY STORE SNOOK INN
Nursery-Pet Supplies SANDWICH SHOP
West Side Square, Newton Beefburgers and breakfasts are our specialty
4 221 First Ave. W.
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Congratulations Seniors of '67
For A Job Well Done
1966 NEWTONIA STAFF
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
Joel Johnson Motor Co.
Buy Your Car With Confidence
Newton New Car Dealer
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