North High School - Polar Bear Yearbook (Des Moines, IA)

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'X-'x'x'x'x XV A ,V ORT HIGH ELGHTH STREET AND COLLEGE AVENUE DES MOINES, IOWA ,ssfmi ,Axwpfggffggwy W ,ff Z ai ssxgfkfffij A UNJ 19 POL BE 3,5 ,-X Q, 3, s, 13 .yfsfg 3 x N Y we we ' C1 P o e In KR f X 5 Three years ago the doors swung wide 1 Upon a life so very new S With cautious, shy timidity I 5 We gazed, in awe, upon the view. 5 We .soon were fitted to routine l Of program, books, and locker keys, K . . 1 Of school assemblies, social hours, 5 Of sports events, and S.A.T.'s. 5 Weave made new friends and kept the old. S We've studied hard, and had such fun. f Z We've been concerned about our grades, We're glad that we can say we,Ue won. l . . . j The doors will be closing now On us, who thought the road so long. 'We'll miss the ones we leave behind, Q W ex hope they'll feel we still belong. Z W K W'e'll say goodbye to some we know, f . . f When all will go their chosen ways. S We'll labor well on tasks worth while, 1 K And waste no thought on idle praise .... . g' l JOE YEVERKA t, 4 l' f 2 ,A . s 7 - if l x Q 1 X 4 z 5 ' X -X L21 I wi - .Mk ,f .iv I., ' -1 f ADAIR, CAROL IEAN "Caro1" Senior Announcement Committee Member 8. The gift of being agreeable. ALLEN, DIANE IOYCE "Diane" Social Committee 87 Athletic Committee 57 Home Room Treasurer 87 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 87 N Club 7, 87 Senior Party Commit- tee 87 Oracle Reporter 7, 87 Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8. Sunny disposition, lively and full of pep and vitality. BELDING, FRANCIS MARION "Iunior" Football 3, 5, 77 Baseball 6, 87 Senior Cap and Gown Committee 87. Curses on he who invented the alarm clock. BINGAMAN. NANCY IANE "Nan" Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 87 Member of Cast of "Our Town" 67 "Stage Door" 77 Make-up Committee for "Arsenic and Old Lace" 67 "Our Town" 67 Senior Class Day Com- mittee 87 Office Assistant 5. Heart ot' Gold. BOGAN. GERALD LEE "Ierry" A Cappella Chorus 6, 7, 87 Boys Glee Club 7, 87 Football 3, 5, 77 Basketball 37 Swim- ming 57 Track 37 Senior Announcement Committee 8: Oracle Reporting 7, 87 Polar Bear Staff 8. Man of action-A typical all-'round good fel- aw. BOOTZ. FREDERIC ALLAN "Fred" A Cappella Chorus 4, 5, 6, 87 Boys Glee Club 3, 67 Baseball 67 Senior Commence- ment Cor:1nut'ee 8. Sillent type-Someone has to be quiet around GIG. BROPHY, PATRICIA ANN "Pat" Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 87 Booster Committee 7, 8, Home Room Vice President 87 Home Room Treasurer 77 Cosmopolitan Club 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 87 Make-up Committee 4, at Saint loseph's Academyg Cheer Leader 3, 4, at Saint loseph's Academy: Senior Home Rocnz Representative 87 Banquet Com- mittee 87 Office Assistant 8. Oh, size is not all that counts. ALKIRE, LARRY GLEN "Larry" Home Room Vice President 67 Football 3, 57 Track 4, 6, 8: Intramurals 77 Cross Country 77 Chairman Cap and Gown Committee 87 Hall Monitor 5, 7. A man of thought and action, cleat the way. AUSTIN , MARINELL "Mickey" Social Committee 87 Service Committee 7, 8: Library Committee 57 Hall Monitor 67 Usher 47 Vice Chairman of Service and Red Cross Committee 87 Home Room President 87 Home Room Secretary 77 Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 5, 6, 77 Cosmopol- itan Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 87 A Cappella Chorus 5, 6, 7, 87 Girls Glee Club 3, 47 Member of cast of "Our Hearts W'ere Youna and Gay" 47 "George Wash- inqton Slept Here" 57 "Our Town" 61 "Arsenic and Old Lace" 6: "Stage Door" 7: Senior Class Historian 87 Class Day Exer- cises Committee 87 Prom Committee 87 Nurse's Assistant 87 Library Assistant 5. Music 1's well said to be the speech ot' angels. BELFORD. MARVIN LAVELLO "Marv" Orchestra 37 Band 37 A Cappella Chorus 37 Boys Glee Club 87 Senior Line of March Committee 8. Some ot' the nicest are not well known. BLACK. THOMAS STEPHEN "Steve" Films Committee 87 A Cappella Chorus 4, 5, 67 Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Senior Ban- quet Co-chairman 87 Oracle Reporting 77 Oracle Sports Editor 8, Boys Glee Club 3. You can give him something to da, and plan on him doing it well, BOOTH. IANICE ARLENE "Ian" Home Room Citizenship Representative 47 Lunchroom Hostess 47 Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 77 Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 67 Life Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Senior Party Committee 8. Always in a gay and glorious mood, BROOKS, DELORES DIANE "Diane" Booster Committee 7, 87 Synchronized Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, 67 Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 85 Lite Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Rope lumpinq Team 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Senior Prom Commit- tee 87 Oracle Reporting 7, 87 Oracle Busi- ness Staff 87 Polar Bear Editorial Stati 87 Master Swimmer. Bubbling over with pep. vim, and vitality. BROWN, SHIRLEE LUCILLE "Shirl" Cosmopolitan Club 87 Girls Glee Club 3. Let us enjoy pleasure while we can. BURGETT, MARVEL EILEEN "Marvel" Costume Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Sub Deb Club 7, 8, Sub Deb Club Vice President 8, Cosmopolitan Club 8, Senior Class Repre- sentative 8. What a delight a quiet life affords. BUSS. PHYLLIS ANN "Phyl" Home Room Vice President 5, Student Lead- er 6, 7, Senior Questionnaire 8, Oracle Re- porting 7, Oracle Business Start 8. The angels kissed her cheeks, but the devil's in her eye. CARR, DONNA LOU "Donna" Assembly Committee 8: Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Girls Glee Club 8, Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7: Student Leader 5, 6, 7, Life Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Master Swimmer, Senior Party Committee 8. Personality Plus. CARTER, WILBUR RODNEY "Billy" Athletic Committee 7, Football 3, 5, 7, Bas- ketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Tarck 4, 6, 8. An athlete as well as a gentleman. CAULK. IAMES FRANKLIN "Jerry" Stage Committee 3, 4, 5, Movie Operator 6, 7, 8, Stage Work for all-school play 3, 4, 5: Line of March Committee 8. A better pal could never be found. CONRADI, IANICE MARIE "Ian" Cosmopolitan Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Latin Club 3, 4, Senior Picnic Com- mittee 8. A charming girl, quiet mild manner. CURNOW, AGNESAN "Aggie" Usher Committee Member 8, Chairman 7, Assembly Committee 7, Cosmopolitan Club 5: Orchestra 3, 4, 5, Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Cap and Gown Committee 8, Polar Bear Business Staff 8: Nurses Assistant 7, 8. With eyes like those, how can she fail. BURROW. IAMES WILLIAM "lim" Senior Publicity Committee 8. Live while you may, CAMPION. SHIRLEY ANN "Shirl" Finance Committee 6, 7, Latin Club 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 3, Student Leader 8, Life Saving 5, 6, Senior Prom Committee 8, Oracle Reporting 7, Oracle Business Staff 7. Nice to know, pleasant to be with. CARROLL. IOYCE ANN "Icy" Service Committee 6, 7, 8, Sub Deb Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Cosmopolitan Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Latin Club 3, 4, Fellowship Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-President 8, Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Office Assistant 8, Questionnaire Committee 8. Always a friendly smile. CASE, DONNA RAE "Don" Luncheon Hostess 3, Costume Committee Member 5, 6, Chairman 7, 8, Home Room Vice President 8, A Cappella Chorus 7, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 6, Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Life Saving 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Rope lumps ing 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Class Day Committee Member 8. Something happy, something gay, and by the way, she' has her say. CHRISTIAN, ROBERT IRVIN "Bob" Social Committee 7, 8, Ticket Committee 8, Home Room President 87 Home Room Vice President 7, D Tech Club 3, 4, 5, 6, at Des Moines Tech, Football 3, 5, at Des Moines Tech, 7 at North, Basketball 4, 6, at Des Moines Tech, 8 at North, Oracle Edi- torial Staii 8, Reporting 7, Track 4, 6 Des Moines Tech, North 8, Senior Prom Com- mittee 8. Love, honor and O Baby. COUTS, MARGARET ELLEN "Peg" Cosmopolitan Club 5, 6, 7: Spanish Club 3, 4, "Stage Door" 7, "Our Town" 6. Heaven will protect the actress. DAWSON. WAUNETA IO SEPHINE "Wuuneta" Student Leader 8, Senior Representative 8, Oracle Reporter 7. At last, I gain freedom. i .1 DE GROOTE, DON IACK "Don" Baseball 4, 6, 87 Intramurals 4, 6, 8. Study is a pastime: why averda it? DUFFY, WILLIAM IOSEPH "Bill" Student Council Vice President 87 ludicial Board 7, 87 Halls Committee 77 Home Room President S, 87 l-Icme Room Vice President 77 Latin Clun 5, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Senior Party Committee E. Ability and common sense make the man. EVANS. JOHN ROGER "Roger" Films Committee 7, 87 Basketball 3, 47 Base- ball 3, 47 Senior Banquet Committee 87 Oracle Reporter 7, 87 Polar Bear Editorial Stott 8. It's well to know more than you say. FENTON. BEVERLY JEAN 'Bev" Spanish Club 37 Girls Glee Club 57 Student Leader 57 Lite Saving 47 Prom Committee 87 Oracle Business Stan 8. Always in a haste. but never in a hurry. FISHER. MARILYN IOYCE "Lynn" Home Room Secretary 67 Senior Picnic Com- mittee Chairman 87 Oracle Reporter 77 Finance Committee 5. Her very frowns are fairer than smiles of other maidens are. FLATT. RITA DARLENE "Rita" Usher Committee 3, 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 8, 4, 5, 6: Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 87 Senior Ouestion- naire Ccmmittee 6, Her hair was not so sunny as her heart. 6' ,y .4-wav"-4-A " . 1 6' QM,-5 x,,,f,,.4..a'fi.af't J, FRITS. DORIS ANNE "Doris" Service Commnttee 5, 67 Sub Deb Club 3: Cosmopolitan Club 27 Girls Glee Club 57 Commencement Ccmmittee 87 Office Assist- ant 5. V Still water runs deepv , N df! K o X. , sllgxxiif. YM - ' 'Q li-iff x DOYLE IUDY MARIE "Indy" Home Room President 77 Cosmopolitan Club 5, 6, 77 Reception Committee 87 At Stuart Hiqli: Basketball 3, 47 Girls Glee Club 3, 47 Chorus 3, 47 President ot Pep Club 3, 4- Student Council 3, 47 Class President 3 4. Quiet and likable, DUKE, BERNADINE IOYCE "Bernie" Cosmopolitan Club 4, 6, 7, 87 Latin Club 3, 47 Girls Glee Club 87 Senior Announce- ments 8, The gift of being agreeable. FEARSON, NAWASA ALSINA "Nawasu" Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 87 Girls Glee Club 6, 7, 87 Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Lunchroom Helper 87 Home Room Representative 8. Always happy. never sad. FENTON, ELIZABETH ANN "Liz" Student Council Secretary 87 Athletic Com- mittee 4, 5, 87 Home Room President 7, 87 Home Room Secretary 47 Home Room Treas- urer 67 Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Tennis 37 Lite Savinq 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Rope Iumpinq 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Drum Majorette 5, 6, 7, 87 Girls Glee Club 47 Chairman of Senior Ban- quet Committee 87 Oracle Editorial Start 87 Oracle Reporter 7. A winning way, a pleasant smile, dressed so neat and quite in style. FLATT, BEVERLY MARLENE "Bev" Sub Deb Club 7, 87 Cosmopolitan Club 7, 87 Life Saving 77 Senior Announcements 8. Let us enjoy our pleasures while we can. FOGEL. MAX LEONARD "Moxie" Student Council President 87 Student Coun- cil Treasurer 77 Finance Committee 77 Halls Committee 5, 6, 7, 87 Home Room President 7, 87 Latin Club Member 5, 6, 7, 87 Hi-Y Club 5, 6, 77 Football 3, 5, 77 Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Baseball 4, 6, 87 Class Sermon Committee 8. A lion among ladies. a man among men. GORDINIER. MARY ARLENE "Mary" Social Committee 7, 87 Assembly Commit- tee 7, 87 Home Room Vice President 5, 7? A Cappella Chorus 87 B Chorus 5, 67 Girls Cflee Club 3, 4, 87 Golf 5, 6, 7, 87 Intramu- rals 67 Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Lite Saving 5, 6, 77 Member of Senior Board 8: Prom Committee 87 Picnic Committee Oracle Reporter 7, 87 Oracle- Business Stott 87 Polar Bear Business Start 8. Get thee behind me Satan . . . and push. GORDON. NAOMI MAY "Naam" Senior Home Room Representative 8. I love life. GREEN, IANET IEANNINE "Janet" Assembly Committee 77 Activities Commit- tee Chairman 5, 8, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 4, 5, 6, 77 Student Leader 7, 87 Senior Banquet Committee 87 Oracle Bookkeeper 3, 4, 5, 67 Head Bookkeeper 7, 8. In her you will find true friendship. GUERRERO. DARLENE MAE "Dar" Activities Committee 77 Home Room Vice President 77 Home Room Treasurer 87 Sub Deb Club 77 Girls Glee Club 37 Student Leader 4, 57 Senior Announcement Commit- tee Chairman 87 Otiice Assistant 8. Oh, that we had more like thee. HALL. GLORIANN "Glory" Costume Committee 6, 7, 87 Cosmopolitan Club 87 Christian Fellowship Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 President 7, 87 Latin Club 2, 37 Band 3, 4, 5, 67 Class Sermon Committee 8. Beautiful hair, and likable. HARKNESS, DORLA MCDOUGAL "Dorla" President of l0th Grade Class at Lineville High School. She who plants kindness gathers love. HARRIS, GLORIA DEAN "Gloria Dean" Activities Committee 7, 87 Home Room Vice President 87 Sub Deb Club 77 A Cappella Chorus 5, 6, 77 Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 87 Life Saving 5, 6, 7, 8: Senior Party Committee Chairman 87 Oracle Editorial Stati 87 Oracle Reporter 7. Her wit is the wine of every party. HARTSOCK, BARBARA IEAN "Barb" Girls Glee Club 47 Student Leader 6, 77 Senior Questionnaire Committee 87 Oracle Reporter 7. Not bold, short nor tall, but a mingling of them all. 'ii 0 OSL A IEA ' y' Host ss i e 3 u o t tt , , 6, 7, ' Hide S ry - ug Co ittee 87 P ar o c mg girl ' tal . Q j1E":.,- ' ogf' gf! GRODT. G-AYLON LA VERN "Gaylon" Swimming 5, 6, 77 Senior Representative 8. Real swell guy. GUSTAFSON, RICHARD DUANE "Dick" Football 5, 77 Co-Chairman of Picnic Com- mittee 87 At Tech, Service Committee 3, 47 Football 37 Basketball 37 Baseball 3. Woman was God's second mistake. HANKINS, BARBARA ANN "Barb" Iudicial Board 87 Social Committee 7, 87 Service Committee Member 4, 5, 6, 87 Chair- man 77 Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 3, 47 Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 "Our Town" 67 "Arsenic and Old Lace" 67 "Smilin' Through" 87 Stage Setting Com- mittee 87 Class Day Committee 87 Oracle Editorial Staff 87 Oracle Reporter 77 Nurse's Assistant 77 Study Hall Assistant 4, 5. Nothing is so popular as kindness. HARRIS, DOLORIS MAE "Dee" Latin Club 7, 87 Announcement Committee 8, Quietness is sweetness. HARRISON, DONNA MAE "Donna" Lunchroom Hostess 3, 47 Costume Committee 5, 6, 7, 87 Christian Fellowship Club 5, 6, 7, 87 Cosmopolitan Club 87 Class Sermon Committee 8. Penny for her thoughts. HERMON, ROBERT NATHAN "Bob" Social Committee 6, 87 Finance Committee 87 Athletic Committee 87 Assembly Commit- tee 57 Halls Committee Chairman 67 Ticket Committee 77 Home Room President 87 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 3: Hi-Y Club 5, 6, 37 Swimming 3, 87 Track 3, 87 Lite Saving 3, 87 Senior Prom Committee 8. Work is work and must be done but while I work I have some fun. HICKMAN, IO ANNE "lo Ann" Home Room Vice President 87 Cosmopolitan Club 77 Band 77 Class Reception Committee 87 At Indianola Hiqh School7 Y-Teen Club 3, 4, 5, 67 G.A.A. Club 3, 4, 5, 67 F.H.A. 3, 47 Scribble Club 5, 67 Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6: Band 3, 4, 5, 67 A Cappella Chorus 5, 67 Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 67 Brass Sextet 3, 4, 5, 67 Member of cast ot "lanuary Thaw" 67 Purqo Statt 5, 6. She does her work well. HITZ, MAE ROSE "Masie" Social Committee Chairman 7, 87 Athletic Committee 87 Costume Committee 87 Home Room Vice President 67 Home Room Secre- tary 77 Home Room Treasurer 5, 87 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Secretary 77 Band 3, 47 Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 87 Senior Party Committee 87 Oracle Edi- torial Staft 87 Oracle Reporter 7. She's indeed a most exquisite lady. HOWARD, GLADYS ELLEN "Glady" Art Committee Chairman 47 Booster Commit- tee Member 6, Co-Chairman 7, Chairman 87 Home Room Secretary 77 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 8, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 3, 47 Tennis 3, 47 Lite Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Co-Chairman of Games Committee for Senior Picnic 87 Oracle Editorial Staff 87 Oracle Reporter 77 Nurse's Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8. A friendly heart with many friends. HUTCHINS, BEVERLY EARNESTINE "Bev" Cap and Gown Committee 8. Argue early, argue late, it' a line be crooked, she'll argue it straight. IAMES, MARLENE LA VERNE "Iimmy" Service Committee 5, 7, 87 Assembly Com- mittee Member 7, Chairman 87 Home Room Vice President 77 Home Room Secretary 67 Home Room Treasurer 87 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Vice President Sub Deb 77 Synchronized Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Life Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Ping Pong Champion 67 Senior Break- iast Committee 87 Co-Chairman Senior Break- fast Committee7 Oracle Reporter 7, 87 Polar Bear Editorial Staff 87 Office Assistant 67 Nurse's Assistant 8, Nothing is so contagious as laughter. IOHNSON, ADINA CLARICE "Adina" Cosmopolitan Club 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 6, 7, 87 Senior Home Room Representative 8: Office Assistant 8. Beauty without grace is the hook without bait." IOHNSON. RICHARD RUSSELL "Dick" Home Room Vice President 77 Track 4, 67 Prom Committee 8. The age' of chivalry is not gone. HILL, NANCY IEANETTE "Nancy" Senior Picture Committee 8. Manner, not gold is a wom'an's best adorn- ment. HORNOCKER. WANDA DE LORISE "Wanda" Lunchroom Hostess 77 Sub Deb Club 87 Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 87 Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Senior Home Room Representative 8. Quiet in appearance, motives unknown. HOWK, WANDA LUCILLE "Lucy" Service and Red Cross Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Finance Committee 77 Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Student Lead- er 7, 87 Senior Picnic Committee 8. Love is too precious to be lost. HUXLEY, MERRILL IO SEPH "Merrill" Citizenship Committee 7, 87 Assembly Com- mittee 77 l-Iome Room Vice President 87 Senior Home Room Representative 87 At Tech, Social Committee 57 Des Moines Tech Club 57 Service Club 37 Wrestling 3, 4. Speech is great but silence is greater. IAWOR. DONALD EDWARD "Don" Track 6, 7, 87 Banquet Table Decorations 8. I hurry not, neither do I worry. IOHNSON, CAROLYN IOAN "Ioan" Home Room Vice President 87 Home Room Secretary 77 Senior Banquet Committee 87 At Fairfield High School: National Thespi- ans Club 4, 57 G.A.A. Club 3, 4, 57 Y-Teens 3, 4, 57 Library Club Member 3, 4, Secretary 57 Latin Club 3, 4, 57 Girls Glee Club 3, 47 Mixed Chorus 57 Costume Committee 37 Choral Speaking 3, 4, 57 Sophomore Play 47 Intramural Volleyball 3, 57 Intramural Bas- ketball 4. Good sense and good nature are seldom separated. IOHNSTON, MARY ROSANNE "Lover" Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 4, 5, 67 Girls Glee Club 3, 47 Member of Cast "George Washington Slept Here" 57 "Stage Door" 77 "Smilin' Through" 87 Prop- erty Committee "Arsenic and Old Lace" 67 Lite Savinq 5, 67 Class Day Committee 87 Oracle Reporter 7, 87 Polar Bear Business Stati 8. The world is happier because of her. KAPPLEMAN. DARLENE MAE "Darlene" Usher Committee 5, 6, Assembly Committee 6, 7, 8: Cosmopolitan Club 5, 6, Sub Deb Club 5, 6, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, Life Sav- inq 6, Senior Questionnaire Committee 8. The same sweet girl to all she meets. KEESEY. CHARLOTTE FAY "Charlotte" Home Room Secretary 5, Home Room Treas- urer 6, 7, 8, Student Leader 7, 8, Life Sav- ing 7, Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8. Let us enjoy pleasure while We can. KNAPP, EVELYN CAROL "Carol" Home Room Vice President 7, Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Girls Glee Club 7, Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, Nurse's Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Laugh and the world laughs with you. LINN, SHIRLEY SUE "Shirley" Social Committee 7, Activities Committee 6, 8, Home Room Secretary 5, Sub Deb Club 4, Student Leader 7, 8, Co-Chairman of Sen- ior Reception Committee 8. True to her word, her work, and her friends. LOWE, MARILYN ROSE "Marilyn" Usher Committee 3, Costume Committee 7, 8, Activities Committee 6, 8, Girls Glee Club 3, 7, Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 8, Senior Party Committee 8, Office Assistant 5, 6, 7, Nurse's Assistant 8. Sweet and charming as can be, all success she's sure to see. MARCHANT, EDITH MARIE "Edith" Cosmopolitan Club 7, Girls Glee Club 7, Home Room Representative 8. Some of the nicest are not well known. MASON. BETTY LEONA "Betty" Lunchroom Hostess 4, Sub Deb Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Senior Home Room Representative 8, Office Assistant 5, 6, 7. She's gentle, she's shy, but the-re's mischief in her eye. KARAIDOS. GEORGE SPERO "Spero' Hi-Y Club 6, Senior March Party Commit tee 8. It's well to know more than you say. KNAPP. DALE LEE "Dale" Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8, Co-Chairman Senior Line oi Marcli Committee 8. A typical all-'round good fellow. LA VINE, IAY RUSSELL "lay" Home Room President 8, N Club 7, Track 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Senior Breakfast Committee 8. A man of thought and action, clear the way. LIST, ARLINE PATRICIA "Pat" Service Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Home Room Secretary 8, Sub Deb Club Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Treasurer 8, Member of Cast oi "Stage Door" 7, Property Committee of "Smilin' Through" 8, Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8, Sen- ior Home Room Representative 8. Modest, simple and sweet. LUCAS. DALE ADRIAN "Dale" Home Room President 6, Home Room Treas- urer 8, N Club 4, 5, Orchestra 3, 4, 5, Band 3, 4, 5, A Cappella Chorus 6, 7, 8, Boys Glee Club 6, 7, 8, Stage Work on "I Re- member Mama" 3, Member of Cast of "Our Town" 6, "Stage Door" 7, Football 3, 7, Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Track 4, 6, 8, Senior Prom Committee 8, Office Assist- ant 5. He looks the world in the face. MARTIN. BETTY LOU "Betincx" Citizenship Committee 6, 7, 8, Activities Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Home Room Vice President 6, Home Room Secretary 5, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, A Cappella Chorus 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Accompanist to Boys Glee Club 6, 7, 8, In charge of Chorus Robes 5, 6, 7, 8, Member ot Cast of "Our Town" 6, Stu- dent Leader 5, Class Sermon Committee 8. A rose without a thorn. MCCROCKLIN. SALLY IO ANN "Sally" Activities Committee 6, Spanish Club 3, Student Leader 4, 5, 6, Life Savina 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Senior Prom Committee 8, Oracle Reporter 7, Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8. Her only fault is that she has no faults. MCGAVRAN, WARREN BUFORD "Danny" Latin Club 5, 65 Cheer Leader 6, 7, 8: Sen- ior Party Committee 8. Live while you may. MICK, BONNIE IEAN - "Bonnie" Lunchroom Hostess 8: Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 6: Senior Home Room Representative 8. It matters not how long you live but how well. MILLER, RICHARD RAYMOND "Dick" Athletic Committee 5, 6, 7, Halls Committee 37 Ticket Committee 8: Booster Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Home Room President 8p A Cappella Chorus 5, 6, 7, 8: B Chorus 5, 6, 7, 85 Boys Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Baseball 6g Cheer Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Class Day Conitnit- tee 8: Office Assistant 5, 6. Seldom seen without companionship. MOHR. BARBARA IEAN "Barb" Girls Glee Club 7, 85 Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 7: Lite Saving 3, 4, 5, 67 Senior Picnic Committee 8. She's small but so is an atom. MORRIS, GLENN SHELBY "Glenn" Stage Committee 5, 6, 7, 87 Boys Athletic Manager, Baseball 4, Golf 6, 7, 85 Home Room Treasurer 4, 5, 6, 77 Stage Work 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Prom Committee 8, A friendly word for everyone. MURPHY, PATRICIA ANNE "Pat" Citizenship Committee 6, 7, 85 Activities Committee 5, 6, 7, 87 Secretary ot Home Room 7, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treas- urer 6: Girls Glee Club 5, 6: A Cappella Chorus 7, 87 Student Leader 77 Commence- ment Committee CofChairman 87 Oracle Reporting 8. What should a girl do but be merry. NEIDT. IACK LEO "lack" A Cappella Chorus 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 85 Party Committee 8. It is better, of course, to know useless thing: than to know nothing, MEADOWS, IOYCE HARRIETT "Ioyce" Cosmopolitan Club 4g Girls Glee Club 4: Senior Home Room Representative 8. Her cares are now all ended. MILINSKY, IO ANN "Io" Usher Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Home Room Secretary 5, 67 Sub Deb Club 5, 6: Cosmo- politan Club 7, 8g Girls Glee Club 31 Mem- ber of Cast of "Stage Door" 71 Property Committee for "George Washington Slept Here" 5, and "Smilin' Through" 87 student director of "Smilin' Through" 8: Senior Banquet Committee 85 Oracle Reporter 7, 8: Polar Bear Editorial Start 87 Office Assist- ant 5, 6. Something happy, something gay and by the way, she has her say. MILLIRON, ALLISON INGHRAM "Inky" Athletic Committee 87 N Club 85 Stage Work 6: Baseball 61 Wrestling 5, 6, 7, 8, Senior Class President Sp Senior Prom Committee 8, Senior Class Day Committee 8. We all like him: we just can't help it. MONTGOMERY, IO ANNE "Io" Usher Committee 5, 6g Service Committee 47 Assembly Committee 6, 7, 8: Home Room Secretary 8: Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8: Cos- mopolitan Club Member 5, 7, 8, Treasurei 67 Sub Deb Club 3, 41 Member of Cast ot "Our Town" 67 "Stage Door" 7g Lite Saving 47 Senior Class Day Committee 8: Oracle Reporter 75 Oracle Editorial Start 85 Office Assistant 4, 7, 8. A merry heart and true. MOTT, HARRY IUDSON "Harry" Spanish Club 8: Baseball 45 Senior Home Room Representative 8. No one knows what he can do 'til he tries. NEIDERIVIAN, RUTH ELAINE "Ruth" A Cappella Chorus 6, 7, 8, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, S, 6, Reception Committee 8. Though this be madness, there be a method in it. NEWBIGGIN. NANCY ANN "Nancy" ludicial Board 5, 6, 7, 87 Latin Club 5, 6, 7, 8: Swimming 4, 57 Senior Party Committee 85 Reporting 7, 87 Polar Bear Editcriii. Statt 8, Laughter means happiness. NODLAND, I O ANN "Io" Social Committee 7, 87 Home Room Treas- urer 7, 87 Latin Club 5, 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 5, 6, 7, 87 Member ot Cast of "Stage Door" 7, "Smilin' Through" 87 Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Life Saving 5, 67 Commencement Com- mittee 8. Her eyes are full of heaven's own blue. PARKER, PATRICIA AN "Pat" Library Committee 57 Art Committee 3, 47 Booster Committee 77 Home Room Vice Pres- ident 67 Home Room Treasurer 5: Sub Deb Club 3, 4, 57 Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7: Lite Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Synchronized Swimming 5, 6, 7, 87 April Party Commit- tee 87 Oracle Reporter 77 Oracle Editorial Start 87 Nurse-'s Assistant 7, 87 Library As- sistant 5. What ever she did was done with ease. PAULLIN, MARY DARLENE "Mary" Secretary ot Student Council 87 Ushers Com- mittee 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 President of Home Room 87 Vice President ot Home Room 77 Secre- tary of Home Room 47 Treasurer of Home Room 5, 67 Member of Cast of "Stage Door" 7, "George Washington Slept Here" 5, "Smilin' Through" 87 Program Committee of "Smilin' Through" 8, Property Commit- tee 8 and "Stage Door" 77 Publicity Com- mittee ior "Stage Door" 77 Chairman oi Class Sermon Committee 87 Oracle Report- ing 7, 87 Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8. Bubbling over with pep, vim, and vitality. PETERSEN, PAUL ELMER "Pete" Assembly Committee 87 Home Room Presi- dent 87 Home Room Treasurer 57 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 67 Golf 5, 6, 87 Co-Chairman of Prom Committee 8. I never dare to be as funny as I know how. PIERSON, EDGAR L., IR. "Bud" Ticket Committee 3, 47 Movie Operator 4, 5, 67 A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Member of Cast of "Our Town" 57 Cheer Leader 6, 77 Senior Banquet Art Committee 87 Oracle Reporter 7, I do think thee to be a pretty nice iellow. POMEROY, PATRICIA ANN "Pat" Athletic Committee 87 Booster Committee 6, 7, 87 Home Room Secretary 77 Home Room Treasurer 87 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 N Club 6, 7, 87 Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Lite Sav- ing 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Chairman oi Senior Party Committee 87 Oracle Reporter 77 Ora- cle Editorial Stati 87 Student Leader 5, 6, 7, If there is a way she will find it, PRESS, RONALD STANLEY "Ron" N Club 4, 5, 67 Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Swim- ming 37 Intramurals 5, 67 Co-Chairman ot Senior Breakfast Committee 8. Generally speaking, he's generally speaking. NUZUIVI, SHIRLEY SUE "Shirley" Band 5, 67 C Chorus 3, 4, 5, 6 at Stanhope7 Member ot Cast of "For Pete's Sake": Girls Basketball 3, 4, 5, 67 Secretary of Iunior Class 5, 6, Treasurer 77 Viking Annual Re- porter. A most charming girl. PATRICK, SHIRLEY ANN "Shirley" Social Committee Member 4, 5, 6, 8, Secre- tary 77 Assembly Committee 7, 87 Home Room Secretary 87 Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Lite Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Chairman ot Prom Committee 8: Oracle Reporter 7. Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with. PERRY, THOMAS WARD "Tom" Stage Committee 37 Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Football 37 Senior Home Room Represent- ative 8. This man is true as steel. PETRIKIN, SHIRLEY ANN "Shirley" Usher Committee 7, 87 Home Room Secretary 87 Home Room Treasurer 57 Girls Glee Club 3, 47 Student Leader 7, 87 Senior Ouestion- naire Committee 8. Her friends are many, her enemies few. PLAYLE, DUANE LAMAR "Duane" Member of Cast of "Stage Door" 77 "Smilin' Through" 87 At Lewistown, Ohio, Basketball 3, 57 Baseball 4, 6. A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. POTTS, LIONEL ADAIR "Lena" Ticket Committee 6, 7, 8, Chairman 87 Presi- dent of Home Room 87 Treasurer of Home Room 77 Basketball 3, 4, 5, 67 Baseball 4, 6, 87 March Party Committee 8. Once a friend, always a friend. RAYBURN, DONALD DEMOSS "Don" Banquet Committee 8. An expert 1S one who knows more and more about less and less. REED, SHIRLEY IEAN "Shirley" Secretary of Home Room 87 Tennis 6, 87 Student Leader 4, 6, 77 Life Saving 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Publicity Committee Chairman 87 Ora- cle Reportina 7. A good disposition is more valuable than gold. RINEHART. ROSEANNE "Rose" Cosmopolitan Club 5, 67 Girls Glee Club 3, 4 at Woodside7 Commencement Committee 87 Office Assistant 7, 87 Secretary of Class at Woodside 3, 4. Quietly and nicely she does her work. ROBERTS. KAY ISABELLE "Kay" Service Committee 5, 6, 7: Secretary of Home Room 7, 87 Sub Deb.Club 4, 5, 6, 7: Questionnaire Committee 87 Oracle Report- inq 7, 87 Polar Bear Editorial Start 87 Ora- cle Bookkeeper 5, 6, 7. A friendly word for all who pass her way. SAVAGE. BARBARA IEAN "leanie" Finance Committee 7, 87 Library 4, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 87 Booster Committee 7, 87 Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 5, 67 87 Sub Deb Club 37 Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 87 Synchronized Swimming 5, 6, 7, 87 Li- brary Assistant 4, 7, 87 Senior Party Corn- mittee 87 Senior Prom Committee 87 Secre- tary ot Senior Class 8. It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. SCI-IRECK, DARLENE ANN "Darlene" Sub Deb Club 87 Cosmopolitan Club 87 Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5. A girl like her is seldom met. SCOTT. GARY LEE "Gary" Islander Editorial Stott 4: Islander Report- ing 37 Purple ci Gold Business Staff 4, Grand island, Nebraskap Citizenship Committee 7, 87 Movie Crew 5, Chairman 6, 7, 8. Real merit cannot long be hidden. SIMMONS. MAMIE BERNADINE "Mamie" Citizenship Ccrnmlttee 87 Usher Committee S- Cosmopolitan Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Student Leader 6, 77 Library Assistant 67 Senior Party Committee 8. Without kindness there can be no joy. RILEY, BARBARA COPELAND "Mxs." Home Room Vice President 6: Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 67 Member of Cast ot "Stage Door" 77 Cap and Gown Committee 87 Office Assistant 7. A merry heart and true. ROBERTS. KATHLEEN AMANDA "Kathy" Service Committee 5, 6, 7, 87 Sub Deb Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Publicity Committee 87 Ora- cle Reporting 7, 87 Oracle Business Staff 7 87 Oracle Bookkeeper 7, 87 Secretary of Home Room 8. A gift of being agreeable. ROSSER, IOAN LUCILLE "loan" Social Committee 6, 77 Athletic Committee 47 Service Committee 3, 47 Assembly Commit- tee 6, 77 Spanish Club 3, 47 N Club 6, 7, 8, Secretary 77 A Cappella Chorus 57 Girls Glee Club 4, 87 Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 87 Tennis 37 Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Lite Saving 3, 4, 5, 8, 7, 87 Synchronized Swimmers 47 Oracle Reporting 7, Polar Bear Staff 87 Class Day Committee 8. She takes a hop, skip and a jump to success. SCI-IONERT, IAMES FRANKLIN "lim" A Cappella Chorus 87 Boys Glee Club 7, 87 Home Room Representative 87 Athletic Manager 3, 47 Band 67 A Cappella Chorus 37 Staqe Work 57 Baseball 5, 6, 77 Sommers Iowa. A man worth knowing. SCOTT. DOROTHY IUNE "Dorothy" Sub Deb Club 37 Christian Fellowship Club 4, 5, 8, 7, 87 Home Room Representative 8, Quietness is best. SHANNON. TOIVI "Tom" Football 3, 47 Basketball 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 87 Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 77 Polar Bear Business Statt 87 Oracle Reporting 77 Games Corn- mittee 5, Beware, I may do something famous yet. SMITH. BARBARA LEE "Barb" Assembly Committee 87 Activities Commit- tee 87 Home Room Vice President 77 Home Room Treasurer 87 Spanish Club 7: Recep- tion Conimittee 8. Friendship always benefits. SMITH. WILLIAM "Smitty" Films Committee 8, Social Committee 8, Halls Committee 8, Stage Committee 3, 4, Home Room President 8, Boys Glee Club 8, Football 3, Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Track 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, Senior Prom Committee 8. A wise man-nix, a learned man-nay, a happy man, that's him, hurray. SPRINGATE, BARBARA ANN "Barb" Social Committee 7, 8, Home Room Presi- dent 7, 8, Cosmopolitan Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Property Committee ot "Smilin' Through" 8, Synchronized Swimming 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Stu- dent Leader 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, Lite Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Senior Prom Committee 8. Where there is beauty there is love. TENNIHIL1.. IEWELL DARLENE "Iewell" Sub Deb Club 3, 4, Costume Committee 8, Student Leader 7, 8, Lite Saving 8, Oracle Reporting 7, 8, Business Start 8, Picnic Com- mittee 8. I love to sit upon a fence and watch the sriails go rushing by. THOMAS, PHYLLIS DIANE "Phyl" Social Committee 7, 8, Service Committee 4: Booster Committee 7, 8, Home Room Secretary 7, 8, Citizenship Representative 3, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Student Leader 7: Lite Saving 4, Office Assistant 7, March Party Committee 8, Trouble is for those who let it worry them. TRIGGS. SALLY ANN "Sally" Treasurer of Senior Class 8, Member ot Executive Board 8, Ottice Assistant 7, 8, Prom Committee 8. If she has any faults, she has left us in doubt. TROVAS, LEO "Leo" Halls Committee 8, Hi-Y Club 8, 4, 5, Track 4, Wrestling 8, Co-Chairman of Picnic Com- mittee 8. His Wit is the wine ot' every party. TUCKER, FRANK MONROE "Frank" Orchestra 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Home Room Rep- resentative 8. For even though vanquished, he could argue still. SMITH, IANICE ANN "Ian" Homo Room Secretary 7, Assistant Secre- tary 8, Sub Deb Club 4, 5, 6, 8, Cosmopoli- tan Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Christian Fellowship Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Oriice Assistant 7, 8, Usher Committee 4, Home Room Representative 8. Her ways are the ways of pleasantness. STITES. IOYCE ROVAY "Rover" Home Room Vice President 8, Treasurer 5, 6, 7, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Secretary 5, Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Student Leader 5, 6, 7, Oracle Reporting 7, March Senior Party 8. Dimpled darling of the class. THOMAS, DONNA KONZE "Mrs." Sub Deb Club 8, Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Horne Room Representative 8. She who plants kindness gathers love. THORNTON, KATHLEEN DOLORES "De" Usher Committee 6, 8, Assembly Committee 7, 8, Home Room Vice President 7, 8, Home Room Treasurer 67 Citizenship Representa- tive 4, Sub Deb Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Cosmo- politan Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, A Cappella Chorus 5, 6, 7, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8, Cap and Gown Committee 8, It's a long lane that knows no turning. TROTTER. LOLA IONE "Lola" Cosmopolitan Club 7, Girls Glee Club 7, Home Room Representative 6. A fair exterior is a silent recommendation, TSCHANTZ. IEAN ANN "lecmnie" Service Committee 8, Home Room Secretary , Sub Deb Club 3, 4, Cosmopolitan , 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, Secretary 8, Y-Teen Club 7, 8, Oracle Bookkeeper 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Oracle Reporting 7, Oracle Business Start 7, 8, Co-Chairman Publicity Commit- tee 8, A sunny disposition is the soul af success. 6, 7, 8 Club 5 TURNER, JOHN NORMAN "Iohn" Orchestra 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Librarian 4, 5, 6, 7, 8- Properties fmu- sicj 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. I am going the way of all the earth. VESTAL, LILLI DEON "Dee Dee" Activities Committee 5, 6, Home Room Treas- urer 8, Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 5, President 8, A Cappella Chorus 5, 6, 7, 8, Girls Glee Club 4, All-State Choir 7, Member of Cast of "Stage Door" 7, and "Smilin' Through" 8: Costumes 8, Property Committee 7, Class Day Committee Chairman 8, Oracle Reporting 7, 8, Editor- in-Chiet of Polar Bear 8: Ottice Assistant 8. Man has his will, but woman has her way. WALKER, RUSSELL FRED "Russ" Stage Committee 6, 7, 8, Chairman 8, Home Room Vice President 8: Stage Work 6, 7, 8: Senior Commencement Committee Chair- man 8. The sort of fellow we all like. WARNE, BARBARA ANN "Barb" Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8: Office Assistant 8, Study Hall Assistant 4, 6, 7, April l8 Party Committee 8. Always happy, never sad. WEISHAAR, PATTY LOU "Patty" Sub Deb Club 8: Girls Glee Club 8: Senior Banquet Committee 8. Not much talk, and great sweet silence. WIEGMAN, HUGH ALAN "Hugh" Stage Work 7, 8, Senior Class Sermon Com- mittee Co-Chairman 8. As nice a Iellow as you'll hope to meet. WILKINSON. ION ANGELO "Ion" Treasurer ot Student Council 8, Finance Committee 6, 8, President of Home Room 7, 8, Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8, Life Saving 6. He is capable of his highest ambitions. WOLDER, ANDREW THOMAS "Andy" Social Committee 3, 4, 5, Athletic Commit- tee 8, Booster Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Chair- man 6, 7: Films Committee 4, 5, 6, 7: A Cap- pella Chorus 8: Boys Glee Club 7, 8: Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Baseball 4: Member oi Executive Board 8, Senior Prom Com- mittee 8, Senior Party Committee 8, Office Assistant 4. Wisdom and judgment are the qualities of a leader. VEVERKA, IOSEPH FREDERICK "loc" Home Room President 5, 6, 8, Treasurer 4, 7, Latin Club 5, 6, 7, 8, N Club 7, 8, Foot- ball 3, 5, 7: Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Baseball 4, 6, 8, Class Day Committee Co- Chairman 8. Real gentlemen are few. WALSH, IAIVIES WILLIAM "Iames" Senior Home Room Representative 8. A man worth knowing. WEBER, HARRISON GENE "Skip" Films Committee 5: Service Committee 5, Ticket Committee 7, 8, Booster Committee 7, 8, Home Room President 5, 6, 7, 8, Bas- ketball 3, 4, 5, 6, Senior Class Treasurer 8, March Party Committee 8: Oracle Editorial Staff 8, Oracle Reporting 7, Ottice Assist- ant 6. I came here to study, not to be distracted by women. WHITE, WANDA LEE "Wanda" Sub Deb Club 6, 7, Y-Teen Club 7: Orches- tra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A Cap- pella Chorus 5, 6, Senior Home Room Rep- resentative 8. Quietly and nicely she does her work. WILCOTS, CARTRELL "Cantrell" Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Boys Glee Club 8, Member ot Cast at "I Remember Mama" 3, "George Washing- ton Slept I-iere" 5, Arsenic and Old Lace" 6, Wrestling 4: Football 3, Track 3 at Tech. And certainly he is a good fellow. WILLIAMS, ROGER CLARK "Bog" Treasurer of Home Room 5, Baseball 4, Football 3, Line of March Committee Chair- man 8. Honor lives in honest toil. WOLFE, INEZ ORENE "Inie" Citizenship Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Orchestra 5, 6, Band 5, 6: A Cappella Chorus 5, 6, 8, Member of Cast of "Our Town" 6, "Stage Door" 7, Student Leader 8, Oracle Report- ing 7, 8: Polar Bear Editorial Statl 8, Class Day Committee 8, Secretary of Student Council 4, President of Home Room 4, Y-Teen. Club 3, 4, Better Speech Club 3, 4: B Chor- us 3, 4: Girls Glee Club 3, 4: Member ot Cast ol "A Sunny Morning" and "The Patch- work Quilt", Girls Trio 3, 4: Girls Sextet 3, 4, Mixed Clarinet Quartet 3, 4, West Union. Sweet girl with sweet ways. 1 V WOLFE, TAMSIN MARGARET "Tamie" Service Committee 6, 7, 8, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Sub Deb Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Oracle Reporting 7, 8, Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8: Nurse's Oriice Assistant 7, 8, Senior Recep- tion Committee 8, It's better to blush than tum pale, WRIGHT, WILLIAM BATES "Cowboy Bi11" Athletic Committee 6, Halls Committee 7, B, President of Home Room 5, 6, 7, 8, Hi-Y Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, N Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Football 3, 5, 7, Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Baseball 4, 6, 8, Senior Picnic Games Com- mittee Chairman 8, Oracle Editorial Staff 8, Oracle Reporting 7, It's a plague to be a handsome athlete. YATES, IANICE RUTH "Tootie" Art Committee 5, 6, Property Committee of "Smilin' Through" 8, Student Leader 7, 8, Lite Saving 5, 6, 7, 8, Class Day Committee 8, Secretary of Home Room 8, Y-Teen Club 3, 4, G.A.A. Club 3, 4, Girls Basketball 3, 4, in Cedar Rapids. Sweet-blond-friendly. 1 WREN, ROBERT PAUL "Bob" Vice President of Student Council 7, ludi- cial Board 7, Ushers Committee 4, Publicity Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Halls Committee 5, President of Home Room 6, 7, Latin Club 5, 6, Football 3, 5, 7, Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Vice President of Senior Class 8, Oracle Reporting 7, Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8, Office Assistant 6. The gentleman is a devil. WOODS, PAT ANN "Pat" Lunchroom Hostess 8, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Life Saving 4, 5, Drum Majorette 5, 6, 7, 8. Beautiful hair-attractively tall. ZARINS, MAIIA IEVA "Malia" Commencement Committee 8. A charming girl-quiet, mild manner. SENIORS NOT PICTURED TAYLOR, WALTER VINCENT "Vincent" SUMIVIY, DON GENE "Don" Table Decorations Committee 8. Home Room President 3, Vice President 4, It's better to rust than ta wear out. Orchestra 6, Band 6, Baseball 7, 8, Home DOWNING, CAROLYN JANE "Carolyn" Ushers Committee 4, Social Committee 6, 7, Service Committee 5, 6, 7, Home Room Sec- retary 6, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Vice Presi- dent 7, Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, Lite Sav- ing 3, 4, 5. 6, '7, Party Committee 8, Office Assistant 7, Car Check Assistant 4, 5. Her ways are ways of pleasantness. HOLZHAUSER, CLISTA MARIE "Clista" Girls Glee Club 3, 8, Senior Picnic Com- mittee 8. Quietness is sweetness. Room Representative 8. I am going the way of all the earth. AUGUST GRADUATES GOTHERIDGE, BARBARA MADELINE "Barb" Girls Glee Club 3, 5, 6, 8, Life Saving 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Drum Majorette 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Begone my cares, I throw you to the wind. G MINN IS, EDWIN WEBB "Ed" A Cappella Chorus 8, Boys Glee Club S, Senior Picnic Committee 8. Blessed be he who invented sleep. Marilyn Fisher and Dick Gustafsfm Welcome you to life at North High H51 Trophy cases lead u llilllblf' life! They not only vnzrlosv lrophirfs, but also contain, mirrors for beauty-zrisv girls to use' lwforv school. Los! and found headquarters. You can find uny- ihing from volfv bottles to tennis rarlwts in a typival girl,s lorlwr. Lust minute briefing boforv wo fare the trials Hvrv we find the lad in stufly hall doing last nighfs homo work today. mul tribulations of the day. H61 Lunch is the favorite hour of all, and vvvryone mkvs his time going through the line. Wax 5. x 1.-...Wasf 2 Z x m Talking over rurrrfnt l'17PllfS bvforv rvsuming uffvrnfmn Cllllqf out vlassos forlayg no motor Inssvs. 5171 fill, Ihr' quiet reverelzre of the library! Hon no17'L'c uden-ts 0 tofla ' will be t ff homemakvrs 0 tomorr r i,,L2L, f f iw- - f Tlw bloom of a budding srivntist. Bvwarv. lw may bv fnnzous yrfl. wfpzg. Lff..,- if WMU M' 'J ,r"Q-u?-.,1,-..x.. !?Jli'j"4" 4""L' 'lj ejiz' 'Va' P 9? f'y,1.' x, The end of a perfect day fat lastj. I 18 j E d i t o r s POLAR BEAR ORACLE DEON VESTAL PAT PARKER The Oracle again received an N.S.P.A. All-American rating for its fine work in 'aexplodingw and ugeneratingw the news and articles of North interest! This June 1951 Polar Bear marks the end of semester books. In its place one hook combining both June and January graduates will be edited. POLAR BEAR STAFF X k Standing: Nancy Ncwbiggin, Tamsin Wolfe, Marlene James, Diana- Allen, ,lorry Bogan, Toni Shannon, Bob Wren, Roger Evans. Seated: Sally McC.rocklin, Jo Ann Milinsky, Mary Paullin, Deon Vestal, Joan Rosser, Peggy Goslin, Inez W'olfe. N91 PQ ORACLE STAFF Seated: Pat Pomeroy, Gloria Harris, Barbara Hankins, Pat Parker, Steven Black, Bill W1'igl1t Liz Fenton. Standing: Mae Rose Hitz, Jo Anne Montgoniery, Gladys Howard, Bob Christian ORACLE CUBS Row One: Larry Alkire, Jerry Lass, Don Werne1', Dick Onnen, Jerry Montenguisc. ROW Two: Janice Katz, Janet Thomas, Jacque Jacobs, Martha Miller, Pat Murphy. Row Three: Mary Bie, Ruth Anne Beard, Paul Upchurch, Bruce Nelsen, Norma McCann, Gabrielle Walter. l2Ul usiness Staffs ORACLE BOOKKEEPERS Seated: Bill Osterquist, Kathleen Roberts. Standing: H. D. McCullough. .lean Tschantz. Mary Tscliantz, Janet Green. POLAR BEAR BUSINESS STAFF Seated: Rosanne Johnston, Beverly Fenton. Standing: Mary Gordinier, Phyllis Buss, Kay Rob erts, Jewell Tennillill. 4l21l STUDENT COUNCIL I Bow One: Nancy Newbiggin, Marlene James, Mary Paullin, Shirley Patrick, Barbara Hankins, Marlene Winick, ,lane North, Vera Ann Booton, Pat Murpliy. Bow Two: Dixie Meyer, ,lanet Green, Gladys Howard, Mae Bose Hitz, Barbara Savage, Donna Case, Liz Fenton, Andy Wolder, Hal Knight. Bow Three: Ellsworth E. Lory, Barbara Warne, Pat Parker, Marinell Austin, Barbara Springate, Barbara Oliver, Richard Delk, lnghram Milliron, Al Jennings. Row Four: Paul Peterson, Lionel Potts, Dick Miller, Bob Christian, Bill Duffy, .lay LaVine, Bryce Colburn, Charles Hayes, Bob Slloii- ner. Row Five: Paul Upchurch, Harrison Weber, Bill Smith, Lanny Patten, Jerry Torrence, Bob Sharp, Tom Fellman, Ben Nefzger. Bow Six: Bill Wright, ,lon Wlilkinson, Max Fogel, Russell Walker, ,loe Veverka, Gary Scott. EXECUTIVE S ' BOARD Seated: Ellsworth E. Lory, Mary Paullin. Standing: .lon Wilkinson, Max Fogel, Bill Duffy. S - 1221 JUDHHAL BOARD Seated: Ellsworth Lory, Nancy Newbiggin, Jane North, Bill Dulfy, Barbara Hankins, Barbara Oliver. Standing: Lanny Patten, Charles Hayes. STUDENT COUNCIL Just as the nucleus is the heart of the atom so is the student council the nucleus of North High. It is composed of carefully chosen individuals who dedicate themselves and their services to the needs of the Whole student body, thus working together along with the faculty for sound, practi- cal North High betterment. THE MESON+an atomic particle important in holding together the neutrons and protons of the atomic nucleus. Undoubtedly it 'acementsw the nucleus together. The Executive Board, com- posed of Student Council president, vice president, secretary, assistant secretary, and treasurer, acts as a MESON in cementing together the NUCLEUS or Student Council! The outstanding reason why the NEUTRON is important is because it provides a bombarding bullet incomparably more powerful than any other projectiles for penetrating the nucleus. Such is the importance of the Judicial Board-the law enforcing backbone of our NUCLEUS-the Student Council of North High! ' 1231 OFFICE FORCE Principal - ------ S. E. Thompson Vice Principal Don Emanuel Girls' Adviser - ----- Essie Whirry Sitting: Mrs. Ruth Foster, Mr. S. E. Thompson. Standing: Mr. Don Emanuel, Miss Mildred West, Miss Essie Whi1'ry. OFFICE ASSISTANTS Row One: JoAnne Montgomery, Carolyn Downing, .laniee Smith, Mrya Opdyke, Ma1'i- lyn Surles, Dianne Baker. Bow Two: Carolyn Garmon, Janet Baldridge, Evelyn Van Gorkom, Adina Johnson, Darlene Guerrero, Gloria McKee, Donna Carney. Row Three: Barbara Heller, Shirley Prall, Roseanne Rinehart, Nancy Harpel, Kathleen Hook, ,loan Roney. Row Four: ,loan Lory, Joyce Carroll, Sally Triggs, ,loyee Brown, Barbara Warne. Row Five: Deon Vestal, Miss Mildred West, Mrs. Ruth Foster, Sharon Randall. Olfice help could he called COULOMBS or units of charge because of their fine challenge in keeping the office in working order. ' f24l Clubs Our many clubs combined act as the Mjetsi' of North. These various organizations have proved successful in the fact that they have bound pupils together and offered entertainment and responsibility for those concerned. Picnics, banquets, movies and other programs have high-lighted club activities. CLUB PRESIDENTS Lanny Patten, Latin Clubg Don Werner, "Hi-Y"g Carla Courter, Sub Deb Clubg Marincll Austin. Cosmopolitan Clubg Deon Vestal, Spanish Club. l25l ' ' cc , as sniiliii Janice Yates Deon Vestal Duane Playle Robert Heckard Nancy Harpel lla Rae Emerald Bob Wvatson Bob Fletcher Richard Delk Rosanne Johnston Janice Chambers Bryce Colburn Jo Ann Noclland Mary Paullin Tom Dart Dick Gilliam Brandon Martin Don Werner Marinell Austin Sharon Hilgenberg Barbara Hankins Cast of Children- Jeanne Paullin Dickie Milinsky Bobbie Milinsky Margaret Ann Johnson Helen Johnson Judith Johnson Priscilla Sterrett Patricia Sterrett rfhrough The presentation of uslllllllll Through under the capable direction of Miss Helen WvOOClll13l1 was an uatomic outburst' that will not be forgotten in the history of Nortlfs Drama Department' Our 17 l'0Illlllitt9PS are-. as 9XlllLlill6li in this section. ATOMSI Though all are vxtrelnely important and iD6llt'fit'iLli to the school. they urv. alone. l1lPl'Pif' a partim-lv or tiny spot-la. Hou- vu-1'. these tiny SllilStillli't'S Ctllllllillt' with tha' others and rzuliate Glltlfgy and powc-1' throughout the svhool! ACTIVITIES COBUHITTEE Row One: Pat Murphy, Marilyn Lowe, Mary Mae Moorehead, ,IoHanna Boling. Row Two: Betty Martin, Joan Lory, Janet Green, Karin Quick, Gloria McKee. Row Three: Florabelle Gilmore, Janet Baldridge, Gloria Harris, Barbara Smith, Rosemary Brynie. GEIGER COUNTER-an instrument for determining when dangerous amounts of radiation are present in the air. This device is also like the Activities Committee which detects the danger of too many extra - curricular activities on the part of a student. ,Ianet Green is chair- man and Miss Lucas is ad- viser. ART COMMITTEE Tom Dart, Shirley Goslin, Peggy Goslin, Carolyn Gardner, Dixie Meyer, Pat Brophy, NI Dunphy, Brandon Martin, Janice Maupin, Martha Boys, Margaret Boys, Elizabeth Rundberg. I28I Sify ATHLETIC AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Row Une: Frances Stokes, Carla Courier, Billie Wfilkinson, Andy Wolder, Inghram Milliron. Row Two: Adviser Theresa Anderson, Liz Fenton, Mae Rose Hitz, Pat Pomeroy, Barbara Savage. Loy Brooks. Row Three: .Ion Vifilkinson, Adviser Don Emanuel. The Finance Committee is one of the most im- portant Mele- mentsw in our atom for direct- ing the use of our S.A.T. fund. The treasurer of the Council and Principal S. E. Thompson head this committee. CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE BTOLECULES--ua little mass." Such is the enrollment of the Citizen- ship Committee, hut the ingenuity of its members makes it a prominent organization. Under faculty adviser Gaylord Troe and chairman Pat Murpliy. much has been accom- plished this past semester. To spread and encourage friendship, courtesy, and good citizenship is its sole, uni- fied purpose! Starting in form of MN" left to right: Pat Murphy. Beverly Berson Lila Bauman, Gary Scott, Merrill Huxley, Adviser Gaylord Troe, Jerry Lou Thatcher, Inez Wvolfe, Suzanne Shaw, Pat Barnett, Betty Martin. I'29I BOOSTER COMMITTEE l The members of the Booster Committee act as the ELECTRODES of the atom-charged con- ductors who get behind school spirit and push! Gladys Howard and Dick Miller are 1'o-chair- men of this energetic committee with Miss Galvin as adviser. First Row: ,lo Anne Miller, Miss Alice Galvin, Pat Brophy, Andy Welder, Pat Bar- nett, Gladys Howard, Phyllis Thomas, Pat Pomeroy, Margery Swanson. Second Row: Herman Ivallace, Dick Miller, Mary Lou Maltas, Harrison Vlfeber, Dick Onnen. Many of the Shot- testl' stars are com- posed of hydrogen molecules. Likewise, many of the Wbright- est" stars at North compose the member- ship of the Films and Assembly Committee! Preparing the enter- tainment for the stu- dent body is their task. Their greatest undertaking this se- mester was tl1e talent assembly. FILMS AND ASSEMBLIES V V Row One: Marlene Wfinick, Alice Glazer, Marlene James, Barbara Smith, .loan Lory, Row Two: Shirley Patrick, JoAnne Montgomery, Delores Thorton, Darlene Kappelman, Norma Dugan, Carla Courter. Row Three: Don 'Werner, Mary Gordinier, Louise Mur- lock, Joyce Stevens. Row Four: Bob Hcckard, Marcia Ruemper, Al Jennings, Bryce Colburn. Sandra Kurtz. Row Five: Dick Onnen, Roger Evans, Steve Black. I30l COSTUME COMMITTEE Row One: Gloria Hall, Donna Harrison, Betty Lou Smothers, Rosalee Geiger, Sharon Dun- bar. Row Two: Sharon Berkey, Ruth Anderson, ,lane Hickman, Marvel Burgett. JoAnn Rushing, Sharron Bankson, Donna Case. Row Three: Virginia Millius, Evelyn Savage, ,loan Uowell,.lanet Baldrirlge.Sl1irley Gilbcrt,Mary Ried, Marilyn Lowe. Mae Rose Hitz. Miss Genevieve Moore. IHOST AND HOSTESS COMMITTEE Row One, Bottom to Top: Anne Greaves, Eva Scroggins, Pat Anderson. Jackie Estey, Bonnie Mick, Ruth liodenstiener, Adviser Olive Morris. Row Two: Denny Koskoviek, Marilyn Richardson. Row Three: ,lorry Torrence, Pat Yxioods. Row Four: Tommy Logan, Bob Hammer, David Marehant, ,lark Thomas, Gary Alber. John Brcwbaker. X311 LIBRARY ASMSTANTS Seated: Barbara Savage, Mrs. Lura Long. Standing: Evelyn Savage, Edith iVlcBride. A 'Gperiodie table" is a syste- matic arrangement of the chemi- cal elements in order of their atomic numbers. The important group that takes over the duties and responsibilities of North's Nperiodie tablei' or library is the library committee under Mrs. Long's supervision. HALLS AND TICKETS i Bow One: Lanny Patten, lioy Brooks, Bryce Colburn, ,lay LaVine, Bill Ketch, Fritz Goreh un Daryle Winder. Row Two: Adviser George Kappelman, Herman Wallace, Jim Bailey, Bob Christian, Dick Miller, Bob Wren. Row Three: Ben Nefzger, Leo Trovas, Max Fogel, Lionel Potts, Leland Smithson. Bow Four: Bob Sharp, Bill Smith, Harrison Weber. ROW Five: Gaiey Bryan, Ron Veverka, ,lon Hoekenberry, Bill Wriglit, Charles Keesey. l32i STAGE AND LIGHTING CREW Row One: Darvle W'in4ler, Craig Argo, Dale Carev, Robert Heckard, A1 Jennings. Row Two: Kenny Springate, ,loe Van Arkel, Jerry Caulk. John Vtvalker, Brandon Martin, Hugh Wiegmall Row Three: Clarence French, Don McElroy, James Wfillittcs, Bud Metlieny, Richard Hays. Row Four: Adviser Donly Pierson, Gary Scott, Glenn Morris, Russell Walker, Adviser Eugene Worden The Sta e and Movie Crews combined are the Mcontrol rods" of all assemblies and ro rams. Kee J S . P S l ing the backstage in order and preparing the front stage for action are their duties. Movie crew chair man is Gary Scott. Russell Walker is Stage Committee chairman. NURSES ASSISTANTS PRESS Seated: ,ludy Stroh, Norma Dungan, Marlene James, Gladys Howard. Standing: Tamsin Wolfcf, Louise Morlock, Agnesan Curnow, Marinell Austin, Pat Parker, Alice Galvin. W l33l SOCIAL COMMITTEE Seated: Barbara Hankins, .lo Ann Nodland, Carolyn Downing, Barbara Oliver, Carla Courter, Mary Gor- dinier, .lane North, Shirley Patrick. Standing: Marilyn Surles, Beverlee Oliver, Sharron Hilgenburg, lVIiss Vlfhirry, Bob Christian, Bill Smith, Bob Sharp, Diane Allen, Barbara Springate, Marinell Austin, Phyllis Thomas, Mae Bose Hitz. The CYCLOTBON-a Mmerry-go-round" generator which can easily be compared with the Social Committee. The Cyclotron moves and spreads volts of energy through its radii, while the Social Com- mittee rapidly produces the social events and spreads the volts of energy and fun through the halls of school! RED CROSS COMMITTEE Row Une: Marlene Wiiiick, Marlene James, Sandra Rice, Marylan Vidis, Anita Wfinick, Carolyn Downing, Charlotte Courtney. Bow Two: Barbara Maul, Barbara Hankins, .lean Tschantz, Norma Dungan, Lucille Howk, Tamsin Wolfe, Vera Ann Booten. Bow Three: Beverly Roberts, ,loan Boney, Pat List, Doris Frits, Joyce Carroll, Marcia Buempcr. Bow Four: Jackie Shepard, Bar- bara Oliver, Marincll Austin. The 'GElectron Volt" promotes beneficial programs and undertakes serviceable tasks for the better- ment of the school-the Service and Bed Cross Committee. Miss Hazlet is administrator and Vera Ann Booten acts as chairman. I34l Wihen a call for an assembly is sounded the 'thom- hardmentw of stu- dents entering the auditorium is taken under control by the Usher Commit- tee which seats them quickly and easily. Besides seating the pupils, this group, under the di- rection of Ronald Sterrett. has the responsibility of lessening the dis- turbances and the authority to issue Judicial slips for misconduct. ATHLETIC USHER COMMITTEE AND USHERS Row One: Ruth Ray, Shirley Petrikin, Rita Flatt, Mary Paullin, Darlene Clark. Row Two: Mary Tschantz, Margery Swanson, Mary Moorehead, Evelyn Van Gorkhom, Delores Thorton, Nancy Harpel. Row Three: Marilyn Trotter, Barbara Warne, Betty Collins, Sally Richardson, Sharron Hilgenberg, Nancy Bingaman. Row Four: Beverlee Oliver, .lo Ann Milinsky, Barbara Oliver, Agnesan Curnow. Row Five: Jerry Montenguise, Terry Craw- ford. BOOKKEEPERS W 4 T, Seated: Herb Montis, Betty Lou Smothers. Standing: Harvey Hill. T351 5 6 Q E f iw 4 5 2 'Q E 9 E 2, s 2 2 2 E Q S Z .G ,Z -3 3 X 5 E 5 3 5 2 2, if Sf, ss, 5 5 5 se 1 E 5 S we E E is A 3 s 5 is XE 12 5, Q a 98 5 v i 5, E 1lltl'0l1IllTilljI . . The rauliuavt ive rays of the atom FINE ARTS" BAND Row One: Merton Barr, Jackie McCracken, Jerry Gross, Cartrell Wvilcots, Carol Knapp. Row Two: Richard Hays, Joyce Carroll, Lucille Howk, Marylan Vidis, Eddie Rinehart, Jerry Hays, John Critelli, Harvey Wilson, Agnesan Curnow, J ack McWilliams, Dominic Guidichessi, James J uroe, Richard Cartwright, Jimmy Griffiths, Jeanette Cutler, Gary Caplan, David Glazer, Jack McNeley, Marvin Belford. Row Three: Jack Thomas, Dale Hughes, Sarah Olsan, Marion Shupe, Jim Bailey. Row Four: Suzanne Shaw, Director J. B. Snyder, John Turner, Bryce Colburn, Robert Smith. ORCHESTRA Row One: Mary Mae Moorehead, Jackie McCracken, Celia Kaplan, Merton Barr, Suzanne Shaw, Jackie Bonnet, Sarah Olsan. Row Two: Dominic Guidichessi, Jack McWilliams, Richard Cartwright, Jerry Gross, Richard Hays, John Cri- telli, Jerry Hays, Harvey Wilson, Edward Rinehart, 'Cartrell Wilcots, Carol Knapp. Row Three: Sharon Berkey, John Turner, Dale Hughes, Jeanette Cutler, Marvin Belford, Jack McNeley, Director J. B. Snyder, Cary Caplan, David Glazer, Jim Bailey, Marion Shupe, Jim Griffiths, Bryce Colburn, Jack Thomas, Bob Smith, Joe Chaikin. t38l A CAPPELLA CHOIR l Row Une: Lucille Craig, Inez Wolfe. Pat Murphy, Jackie lVlcCrackcn, Colleen lVlcVVilliams, Ruth Ray, Betty Lou Smothers, Lois Wiilcots. Helen Vfilliamson. Row Two: Marilyn Trotter, Lcnora Gearhart, Andy Woltler, Betty Martin, lla Rae Emerald, Bob Watson, Bill Ketch, Gwyen Bigham, .lo Ann Miller. Row Three: Karin Quick. Marinell Austin. Deon Vestal, Marv Gordinier, ,leanette Wfilson, Sally Shephard. Pat Duncan. Shirley Switzer. Row Four: Ruth Anne Smith. 'Sandra Kurtz, Barbara Oliver, Ruth Neidcrman.. Marvin Belford, ,lanies Schoncrt. ,lim Gunn, Dave Davis. Row Five: Dwight Sheridan, Gene Gray. Bud Pierson. Dick Miller, ,lack Neidt, ,lerry Bogan. ,lohn Brewhalcer. Row Six: Bob Fletcher, Fred Bootz, ,lim Greenwood. Ed llflinnis, Dale Lucas. The "gamma ray," given off by radioactive atoms, is most specific because of its high penetrat- ing power. Compared with this ray is the A Cappella Choir of North High. a hrilliant. harmo- nious tone hody invested with the power of creating the school's vocal music moodsl This vocal department, under the direction of Miss Ruth Rickards, has proved itself very prom- inent among school organizations this year. Recently an octet was formed. Along with this small group is the hoys' quartet. Both have made various appearances this semester. The Choir has had a full schedule. singing for the Nlasonic group at the Consistoryg Raster services at the Paramount Theatreg and for an Amerieanization program downtown, plus many school assemblies and Baccalaureate Services. ISSJ BOYS7GLEE CLUB Row One: Andy Wolder, James Juroe, Cartrell Wilcots, Dave Davis, Eugene Greenwood, Don Greenfield, Frank Johnson. Row Two: Gene Hancock, Marvin Belford, Boh Wzttson, James Schonert, John Brewhaker, Bill Ketch. Row Three: Jerry Bogan, Bud Pierson, Clarence French, Jerry Montenguise, Charles Ricco, Sylvester Forrester, Gary McManus. Row Four: Dale Lucas, Dwight Sheridan, Dick Miller, Gene Gray, Bohbie Washing- ton, Jack Dray, Jack Neiclt. Row Five: Ed Minnis, Dick Hadden, Jim Greenwood, Gene Pratt, Bill Smith, Bill Hickman. GIRLS'GLEE CLUB Row One: Rose Gaiters, Louise Heaton, Rosalie Frakes, Delores Thornton, Margery Swanson, Rita Flatt, Barbara Gotheridge, Joan Rosser, Demetra Vlassis, Claradell Gergely, Nancy Rogers. Row Two: Nawasa Fearson, Jane Christopher, Mevelyn Cooper, Phyllis Carr, Beverly Fenton, Sally McCrocklin, Gloria Harris, Jane Ann Sharp. Row Three: Loetta Zebbs, Mariellen Wezlthers, Jo Anne Ross, Beverly Gabriel, Betty Bywater. Row Four: Norma Turley, Dalene Neidt, Pat Vinson, Charlotte Payne, Lucinda McKay, Loretta Gray, Patty Weishaair, Lois Edwards. Row Five: Jo Ann Montenguise, Jackie Cuddeback, Phyllis Miller, Darlene Mullen. Janice Katz, June Mead. Row Six: Norma Marker, Virginian Milius, La Von Palmer, Sheila Maycock, Mary Church, Shirley Surley, Clista Holzhauser. Row Seven: Sylvia Cowell, Dana Sopher, Sharon VVhite, Kathleen Walker, Janet Spencer, Dolores Rose. Row Eight: Jeanne Hiatt. Nancy Campbell, Margrit Kjuts, Mary Gordinier, Lucretia Thompson, Betty Lou Smothers, Wanda Hornocker. l40l SEASON VV on Dowling Dowling Tech Lincoln Fort Dodge Tech Fort Dodge RECORDS Lost East Wfaterloo Ankeny West Waterlocr Mason City Roosevelt East Roosevelt East East Wfaterloo West Wvaterloo Lincoln Mason City Led by the superior coaching of Don Black- man the North Cagers heat Chariton in the flis- trict and heat Dowling in the Sub-State. After enthusiastically reaching the final test, we lost to East in the Sub-State. I42l ACTION BASKETBALL SHOT Left to Right: Wvilbur Carter, Bill W1'igllt. BASKETBALLIURST TEAM First Row: Bill Wrigllt, Joe Veverka, ,lim Bailey, Bob Christian, Max Fogel Vfilbur Carter. Second Row: Coach Don Blackman, Tom Shannon, Lanny Pat ten, Bill Smith, Ron Veverka, Ben Nefzger, Tom Fellman, Steve Black. BASKETBALL SECOND TEAM Kneeling: Carey Bryan, .lim Elmore, Frank Bowers, Ed .lack- man, Rodney Rhoafls, .lon Hockenberry. Standing: .lerry Tor- rence, Bill Smith, Sylvester Forrester, George Augspurger, Darwin Marchant, Leroy Forrest. l43l ACTION SHOT OF SWIMMERS Loft to Right: Dale Lucas, Bob Sharp, Bob I'Iern1on. The swimming team or MRocket" of North was very prominent this year in the fact that they received second in the city meet and third in state! SWIMMING TEAM First Row: Roger Black, Bill Parker, Bob Fletcher, Bob Hermon, Dale Lucas, Al Jennings, Andy Wlold- er, Dale Knapp. Second Row: Charles Keesey, Jim Knapp, Bob Sharp, John Nichols, Bruce Nelsen, .Ion Wilkinson, Craig Argo, Eddie Harvey. Third Row: Alan Twedt, Jerry Montenguise, Harvey Wilson, Her- man Wallace, Richard Rhoads, Bill Johnson, Clarence French, Don Wlerner, Phil Dudlcv, Coach ,limmv Lyle. i I E441 SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMERS Splashing into the headlines is North lliglfs synchronized swim- ming team. Under the expert direc- tion of their eoaeh, Theresa An- derson. the National first plaee title was eaptured hy the team composed of Jody Grossman, Carla Courter, Jo Ann Speer and Barbara Springate. Un Diving Board: ,lody Grossman, Carla Courter, Marlene James. ,lo- Ann Nodland. Barbara Springate, Ruth Anne Beard, Carolyn Downing ,loan Hummel. Seated: Rosalee Romeo, Kay Cunningham. LIFE SAVING First Row: Darlene Scott, Barhara Savage. Kaye Cunningham, Rosalee Romeo, ,laniee Yates, Barbara Cranstall, ,lody Grossman, Carla Courier, ,loan Hummel, Pat Sehneider, Ida Belle Wili- get, Dorothy M4-Vay, Margery Swanson, Ruth Anne Beard. Row Two: Carolyn Downing, Beverlee Oliver. ,lo Ann Trisler, Barbara Springate. Donna Thomas. .lo Ann Nodland, ,lo Anne Mont- gomery, Shirley Brown. Nadine Nlourse. Ruth Hundherg. Row Three: ,lo Hanna lioling, Rose- mary Hrynie. Shirley Goslin, Norma Dungan. Nlarlene Winiek. Mary Paullin, Waney Harpel, Janet Vllilliains. Marlene James, Nlareia Ruemper. Row Four: Donna Case, Liz Fenton. Marilyn l',eonard. Ramona Weishaar, ,laekie Shepard, Virginia Nlilius. Jo Ann Lass. Edith Nleliride, Donna Donghman. How Five: ,laekie llc-Craeken. Debby Conn, Sally Hiehardson, ,lean Shaw- han. Sharon Randall, Betty Bywater. I45l ACTION WRESTLING SHOT In Front: Inghram Milliron. In Back: Jerry Thorpe. WRESTLING TEAM First Row: Tommy Logan, Bill Fry, Jerry Thorpe, Ingliram Milliron, Larry Graves. Second Row: Bill Ketcli, Daryle Winder, Dick Porter, Bob White, Bob Wn'en, Bob Klisarcs, .lack Drayj Third Bow: ,lerry Lass, George Coon, Leo Trovas, Dick Hays, ,lim Klingaman, ,lim Lang, Don Greenfield, Ma1'k Ritter, Coach Ronald Sterrett. I46l FIRST BASEBALL TEAM Row Une, Kneeling: Bill Keteh, Jerry Thorpe, Bill Wright, George Augspurger, Bill Smith, Pete Blair, Joe Van Arkel, Lanny Patten, Fritz Goreham, John Murphy, Darwin Marchant. Row Two, Standing: Charles Riceio, Junior Belding, Dick Porter, Max Fogel, Ben Nefzger, Bill Smith, .lon Hockenberry, Ron Veverka., Tom Fellman, ,loe Veverka, Bob Klisares, Lionel Potts, Bob Shoffner, Coach George Falk. SECOND BASEBALL TEAM A N 3 I Row One: Coach Glen Bowles, Douglas Gift, David Marchant, Leroy Forrest. .lack Eklund, Clair Austin, Eddie Jackman, John McCall, Don MeMains. Jim Boals, Mark Ritter. Row Two: Norman Erickson, Don Browning, ,lim Lang, Rodney Rhoads, Loy Brooks, Bob Elmore, Jim Klingaman, Frank Bowers, Gary Alber, ,lim Snodgrass, Garey Bryan. l47l TRACKQTEAM Row Une: Gene Hancock, Don Jawor, Bruce Penquite, Charles Keescv, Gary iMac- Manus, Don Wlood, Richard Barrett, Alan Twedt. Row Two: Larry Alkire, Billy Johnson, Dick Hadden, ,lack Cohen, Dale Lucas, Art ,leH'erson, Richard Russell. Row Three: Tom Manne, Jerry Torrence, Wiayne Wlileots. Row Four: ,lim Gunn, Bill Smith, Larry Graves, Bob Madison, Bob Fletcher. Row Five: Edgar Burke, .lim Bailey, Dan Nelson, Richard Rhodes, Sylvester Forrester, Cortes Rifle. Row Six: ,lim Knapp, .lon Nichols, John Brewbaker. Wilbiii' Carter. Row Seven: Dick Sher- man, Carl Manning, Jay LaVine, Dan Marin. ' 2 4 f CHEERLEADERS Kneeling: Dan McCavran, Dick Miller Standing: Bob Wfatson, ,lack Mevllillianis Gary Alber, Darwin Ma1'chant, Dan Marin. mi E GIRLS'GOLF TEAM Carla Courtcr, Mary Lou Fredcricks, Marie Zillll., Joan Rosscr, Mary Gorclinivr, J oily Grossman. BOYS'GOLFTEAM 0 Row Ono, Kneeling: Don WlTTHC1', Denny Koskovich, Hal Knight. Row Two Standing: Herb Mantis, Kenny Springate, Coach VFIIRYCSH Anderson, ,lack Mf- Nvley, Galvn Bowers, Don McGaVran. 1491 BOYS' TENNIS Row Une: Bryce Colburn, Herman Nvallace, Dale Knapp. Row Two: AI Jen nings, Bob Hammer, ,lerry Gross, Dale Hughes, Erlflie Harvey, Norman Bone. GIRLS, TENNIS 1 I Row Une: Ruth Runflberg, Colleen Martin, Elizabeth Rund- berg. Row Two: Shirley Reed, Diane Allen, Donna Lou Carr, Joyce Stites. l50ll ROPE JUMPING TEAM Charlotte Norstrum, Phyliss Terry, Donna Case, Coach Theresa Anderson, Liz Fenton, Carla Courter lam North. STUDENT LEADERS Row Une, Bottom to Top: Pat List, ,lo Ann Nodland, Lucille Howk, Karol ,lo Hubbart, Ruth Anne Beard, ,lane Hickman, Pat Parker, Rita Flatt. Row Two, Bottom to Top: Pat Barnett, Rosemary Brynie, ,ludy Stroh. Margery Swanson, Carolyn Downing, Colleen Mar- tin, Barbara Oliver, Mae Rose Hitz. Row Three, Bottom to Top: Inez Wolfe, Elizabeth Rundberg, Mary Paullin, Shirley Petrikin, Margaret Webb, Evelyn Van Gorkom, Debby Conn, Bonnie Efkamp. Row Four, Bottom to Top: Ruth Rundberg, .lackie Shepard, Bev- erly Berson, Sharron Hilgenberg. First Bow, Seated: Ida Belle Winget, Florabelle Gil- more, Mary Gordinier, Charlotte Norstrum, Kay McDowell, Liz Fenton, Donna Case, Carla Courter, ,lane North, Lee Sheets, Mrs. Theresa Anderson. Second Bow, Left to Right: .lanet Willianis, Marcia Ruemper, Claradell Cergely, ,loan Hummel, Sally Mentzer, Mary Gord- inier, Rosalee Romeo, Kaye Cunningham, Pat Chastain. Third Row, Left to Right: Nancy Harpel, ,lo Ann Trisler, Lucretia Thompson, Pat Schneider, lo Ann Hickman. l51l Ianuary 25 enior Senior girls slumber party. No sleep for the wicked. Wobbles Harris is the center of attraction. Diar School dismissed at 3:00 p.m. for P.-T.A. Senior party. 29 Start of the new semester. Iowa State Teachers College Relays. 29 Senior dress-up day. Wow! Look at those new shoes. Entries for senior poem filed in 113. This is Mary The seniors have come a long way since tenth grade. Gordinier's contribution: 30 North vs. Tech at Dowling. North wins 46-32. At last I am a senior February 1 North vs. Roosevelt at Roosevelt. Roosevelt wins As proud as I can be- 50-39. There are so many in this school 3 Marvel Burgett went skating, but was watching the You can't even find mel boys instead of where she was going. Consequence, Drake Relays-half holiday. a broken wrist. Big 6 baseball-West Waterloo. 9 Friendship day assembly. A picture on winter sports Drake Relayskno school. tit was C1 Saturday any- is shown. WGY-l North vs. Fort Dodge at Dowling. North wins 36-24. Big 6 baseball. Diono Brooks token to Wilderr Hospital ot 10330 p,m, First round, sectional baseball. Mason City 5, North 3. 10 North vs. East at Drake. East won 51-45. May All sChO0l play, "Smilin' Through." 16 Senior meeting in the auditorium, first period. Oh, All school play, "Smilin' Through." A marvelous pro- what's ahead of us now? Cii1Cti0I1- 17 North vs. West Waterloo. West Waterloo won 45-40. Grinnell Relays. 19 Election of senior officers. President, lngrham Milliron: Ui'iSCItisiC1Ct0ry Work slips given out. Secretary, Barbara Savage: Vice President, Robert Girls tennis meet. North 5, East 1. Wren: Historian, Marinell Austin: Girls Executive. Dist1'iCt lIClCk and field meet. Mary Gordinier: Boys Executive, Andrew Wolder. Big 5 qOlf meet. Nerth VS. East. These me officers? Tennis meet. North vs. Fort Dodge. 20 Assembly on brotherhood, sponsored by P.-T.A. First IO1-ind, Clist1'iCt baseball. North vs. Lincoln at Drake. Lincoln wins 38-37. Dist1'iCt track and field meet. 23 Installation of senior officers in auditorium. Senior Final district baseball. meeting followed. Programs for Iune graduation due at main office. March 2 North vs. Mason City. Mason City won 72-51 'Nuff THE BIG DAY-THE PROM. said. Big 6 track and field meet. 3 North vs. East Waterloo. East Waterloo won 47-43. Distriet q0lf and tennis meets. 5 Failing slips issued. Where did all the seniors go? Firstgeuild substate baseball. They aren't at school! My, ut the seniors look sleepy today. I wonder why. 7 North vs. Dowling in district. North won 55-36. Nice Could it be thet they had Cl hard Week-end? work, boys. Banquet reservations. 9 Miss Whirry announced the senior calendar of events. Final Subslcle baseball- . 14 North vs. Chariton in substaie. North won 45-35. Keep Senior picnic. Leo Trovus cmd Marilyn Fisher are the up the good work. Ciiftifmen- - 16 North vs. East, final substate. East won 53-42. Was Senior meeting, first period. o good fight anyway. Final state golf and tennis meet. 17 Senior hobo party. All the seniors looked natural. State truck and field meet Gt Ames. Had a trial for Mr. Gaylord Troe to decide whether he First rOl1nCl. State baseball. has been teaching too long. He was found guilty. His Semi-final State baseball. sentence was to sing "Dolly, the Hot Tamale." Finals. Siflle baseball. 22 Senior breakfast and pajama top day. With eyes half Memorial DUY- Fiiii CiUY VUCUii0n in remembrance Oi open and clothes half on, the seniors enjoyed a break- Old .S0lCiie1'S- 1 r I fdst in the School Cqfeteriq. some of the Seniors Senior banquet. Seniors look up to par tonight. Again cooked the breakfast. 'Twas charming. H0 Sleep- 22 School dismissed at 3:30 for Easter vacation. SeI1iOr ffltillg Cards filed by h01'ne IOOHI teGCl1ers. 27 Requisition for senior announcements due in the main LU'-Si time for U healing i0f had Qmdes- Office. Iune Caps and gowns issued to seniors. April 2 Cap and gown measurements taken during this week. Class Sefm0I1- Special measuring tape order for Max Fogel. Class day exercises. Report cards issued alter exer- 10 Report seniors failing to Mr. Thompson. Where, oh, S595- where did Lizzie Fenton disappear? enior commencement practice at 8:30 a.m. Recommendations for speaker for Iune graduation due SVR-l'iDiff'l1glON EXERCiSES Gt Roosevelt Hiqh School. at office. e wi e gathered together for the last time. 14 Vglley Relays' You are on your own now! Editor-in-Chief ...................................... Deon Vestal EDITORIAL BOARD gn Edllal ""' """"""""' P eggy Closlin Editor-in-Chief .. . ....................... ..... P at Parker Dgollulie Opy "" "" l llez Wolle' Nancy Newblfglrilll Feature Editor... ...Pat Pomeroy wry COPY "" ""' ' 'Pllyllls Buss' Milly Goldllllel Sports Editor ..................,..................... Steve Black School Life- ........... ......................... I oan Rosser Associate Editors... spoils Sficlloll "" Q """ "Jelly Bogclll' Boll Wren' Roger Evans Bill Wright, Barbara Hankins, Liz Fenton, IoAnne Montgomery. Senior Picture Section .... ...... M arlene Iames, Sally McCrocklin Gioria Harris, Bob Chrisiicrrrl Gladys Howard, Harrison Weber' Senior ACtiVities -...... ......... T amsin Wolfe, Diane Allen Mae Rose Hiiz Picture Identification ..... . . . . . .Ioann Milinsky, Mary Paullin Advertising Managers .... ......... R osanne Iohnston, Kay Roberts ADVISERS Editorial, Advertising .............. ...... ......... W a lter Barnett Business ........ . ...... Art. ..... . ...... . . .H. D. McCullough .... Miss Josephine Samide I52l BUSINESS STAFF Circulation Managers ...... ........ . Mary Gordinier, Diane Brooks Mailing Editors ...................... Beverly Fenton, Phyllis Buss Advertising Managers ............. Kathleen Roberts, Iean Tschantz Editorial and Advertising Adviser .................. Walter Barnett Business Adviser ............. . ................. H. D. McCullough Nancy Bingaman, Fred Bootzg Guess W'ho? Paul Peterson and ,loyee Stites. Compliments of MCGAVRAN RECORDING C0. Dictating and Recording Machine Sales and Service Phone 4-0953 700 Ovid Avenue B. C. MCGAVRAN 180111 by lmn X ORR 81 ELIN DRUG CO. Downtown Store 12th and High st. Phone 3-0015 Highland Pharmacy 6th and Euclid Phone 4-6275 Cleaning - Pressing SUPERIOR CLEANERS The Finest Kind 1614 Clark Street oi 6'We Kleen Klose Kleen? Public service Free Pickup and Delivery Phone 2-4150 I Safe Cheap Congratulations, Seniors Transportation Chas. W. Goering DES MOINES Plumbing RAILWAY co. Heating Electrical 1531 For All Your Building Needs BEAVERDALE L BER COMP Y Corner Beaver and Urhandale Avenues Phone 5-1114 L MAY'S BEAUTY SALON Artistic Service of Distinction Phone 4-8215 628 Flynn Building May Locey, Mgr. Myrtle Hutchins Betty Trimble Alta Kordic Louis Mossman, Hair Stylist Sold by Blary Bilic and Nnrnxzx , C Sixth Avenue Self Service Laundry 1501 Sixth Avenue Dial 2-1619 tl Gabrielle WalLel'5 Barbara Savageg Mickie Braggg Wrestling shot. For Quality Lumber and Building Materials See LE IIHM!-lN LUMBEH IIUMPANY Every Co-operation Given Builders and Contractors 1933 Hubbell Avenue Phone 6-5147 It's Fun to Shop in . . . NORMAN CASSIDAY'S "Junior Fashion Lanen and '6Sportswear Corner" ' I Sold Ivy Jcwcll Tennihil Congratulations to the Seniors From DRAKE FURNITURE SHOP W Repair, Refinisheand Upholster Furniture 1221-23 Twenty-fifth Street Des Moines. Iowa wQSold by Jerry Lass 0 5 1541 Dirk Gusto-Hsong Margirf Swanson, Ruth Anne Beard, Ruth Rundberg, Liz Rundberg, Carolyn Dozrningg Phyllis Thomas, Diane Allen, ,Mae Kose Hitz, Joyce Stites, Pat Pomeroy. CAPITAL CITY STATE BANK Des Moines' Drive-In Bank Locust at East Fifth Street Member F. D. I. C. Member ot the Federal Reserve System Congratulations, Seniors From- UHHI5 PHARMACY Prescription Druggists CARR GLASS AND PAINT COMPANY Plate Class Window'Glass Wfallpaper Paints and Varnishes llth and Locust Street Telephone 3-4287 Phone 5-7676 31st St. and Forest Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines' lows som by Dick Compliments of Compliments B 6 G HOSIERY SHOPS I 317S3311ySMgm 0 DEA CHEVR0lET CO. "Des Moines' Oldest c. AMEND 5. soNs, INC. 1 Chevrolet Dealef, Wholesale MEATS AND GROCERIES Retail Manufacturers oi All Kinds oi Sausages 623 East Grand phone 4.4195 302-304 Walnut St. Main Store Phone 3-4261 1 I I BI ww E551 Congratulations, Seniors CARDINAL CLEANERS 2300 Harding Road Phone 5-2115 Home Improvement Co. Roofing 1 Spouting 1 Siding Remodeling 1403 Second Avenue Phones 8-0277-8-0278 HARRY A. CASPE IRVIN I. CASPE RUTH'S TAILORS 6. CLEANERS 603 Sixth Avenue Hotel Victoria I l Cv Katz :md Jilrkio Jacobs! CRESCENT CHEVROLET CO. Everything in Chevrolet 5th and Keo Des Moines, Iowa y 'I'0llt Oh, li2n'l'i50ll XYOIHJI' and 11111: VVY911 HOWARD R. MARTIN Auto Body Service Business Phone 3-2451 Residence Phone 7-1692 528 Fourteenth Street Des Moines 9, Iowa 24-Hour Service Hot Tamales Chili Hamburgers HIGHLAND HAMBURGER 3618 6th Avenue 1S0lrI by Larl 1 Slumber Purtyg Harold Bingamang Slurlfv Linn, ,loan Rosser, Shirley Campion. CAPITAL CITY CCIVIIVIERCI L COLL CE 3001 Grand Avenue Des Moines 12, Iowa d P 1561 Bob lllren, Tom Shannon, Joe Veverka, Bob Slrojfner. Roman Banquet. VICTORIA Cleaners -- Tailors - Furriers Fur and Wool Cold Storage 541 Sixth Avenue Phone 4-2545 Des Moines 9, Iowa .lznlivv KIIL7 U JLWUHSJ KOCH BROTHERS Printers Stationers Office Outfitters Grand Avenue at Fourth Street Establishell 1889 Compliments of Moron SUPPLY oo. fQ.ffQf DISTRIBUTOR OF QUALITY AUTCMOTIVE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT l57l Shop Nightly at BRUCE-CUBBS FURNITURE 3612 2nd Avenue Quality Furniture Is Not Expensive at Our Store Sold by Hnrriso an nb Wren Footwear for All the Family FIELD SHOE CO. 710 Walnut Street Sold by D011 NVOt'n0t' ALBRIGHI ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting Lamps and Lamp Shades Hotpoint Appliances Jo Ann Nocllandg Janice Conraflig Ann Lau'- dahl, Lanny Patten. Compliments GUNSON 61 MCCOLLOM 2622 Beaver Ave. Phone 7-7946 Night Phone 5-6222 G 5- M SUPER V51-U I 4205 Second Avenue Phone 3-7854 SU' Sold by Don W:-rncr and Punt Upchurch HAWSE CAFE Finest in Food 511 7th Street Congratulations From Your Friendly Store HITZ GROCERY Ralph A. Hitz, Proprietor 3809 Sixth Avenue Phone 3-1626 Sold by Mae Rose Hitz Burlington American Bus Lines 6th and Mulberry Charter a Bus To the North Games S0111 by 1V12ll'L1l1l lllillel' Rnd IOWA SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 3624 Sixth Avenue i581 I To ' Bovfrl and Kath Roberts Bottom: , P- f ' 3' 3' f - North-Tech game, No. 42, Bob Christian. Congratulations, Seniors THE KORN KRIB 1542 Sixth Avenue fSn1d by Doll VV0l'l10!' DENNY BRAN N DRUGS F. T. Binder, Prop. 720 Locust Street Phone 3-6111 'm-nor and I'nul Up:-hutch Complete Line of Graduation Gifts IOWA JEWELRY AND PEN SHOP 708 Locust Street Phone 4-6937 num and .In Ann nnlmsky s TRIPLETT'S TOY TOWN Grand Avenue at Tenth Des Moines 9, Iowa Phone 4-3155 Toys the Year Around sum hy nn-k Onnen . 1 . -'ry Lass 'iofyauln and ' avored for Flavor UNGLES BAKING C0 PA 1 B I G 1591 MEIER REALTY CO. l Floyd Dodd Monetcr L. Morlock "lim" Bissell Merle W. Bishop 1530 Sixth Avenue Phone 2-3423 Sold hy Liz Fontan and Huh Christian WINICK BROS. SUPER MARKET GROCERII-:s AND MEATS Open Every Day 8 u.m. to 10 p.m. cmd All Day Sunday 1199 9th Street Phones 4-7,175 and 4f7lf76 Sold by JZIHOL lhrmhlb and JADICG lxdlh . W estern Plumbing Company 2507 Forest Avenue Telephone 5-2111 Y Top: Barbara Hartsork, Liz Fenton, Don Tr-Y our Repair Service Case, Kay Cunningham. Bottom: Pafs slumb party. Our Compliments to North High sou 1,111-ry Ami-e and Jerry iwomeng Pafzlcb, lawn, . CUAST to COAST STORE 609 Euclid Dial 2-3300 SPORTING GOODS HARDWARE RADIOS REFRIGERATORS HOUSEWARES TELEVISION FURNITURE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS M Jnmdzii ,sim N l6Ol EAHNEH 7 P BLISHINE EU. dbuhtafur 67ublrblz,eu, Bbzdeu, 615-19 Euclid Avenue Phone 2-8146 UUEAI. L MBEH CII. Helping Build Des Moines East 4th and Grand Avenue 1 ALSCO OF IOWA. INC. Aluminum Combination Storm Windows and Doors 215 Walnut Street Phone 2-7337 for free estimate Sulrl hy Ju Allllr' SI' t Congratulations, Seniors HOLLOWAY AUTO PRODUCTS West 12th and Euclid fS0ld hy ltllltl Klint' Ill-:rr'1l Congratulations, Seniors Motor Tune-up - Brake Service SCHUMANN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 32nd and Forest Phone 5-9801 flood Lu:-k, Seniors Piano Lessons Sheet Music CHARLIE PRAY MUSIC CENTER Receptionist, Mary Lou Frederick 107 llth Street sum by lv-in wt-rm-r :tml I':ru Congratulations, Seniors Real Estate Inc. Telephone 4-9139 527 7th Street Des Moines, Iowa Nichols Grocery and Hardware Complete Line of Groceries and Hardware Radios and Television Corner Sixth and College Grocery Phone 3-6503 Hardware Phone 4-8023 :sum my lm.. ut-.-m-r rm-1 mm in-ltr...-1.1 SIXTH AVENUE RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE .llolorola mul Admiral T-V Sales HOWARD KHUMM 1708 Sth Avenue Phone 2-4081 .som by rm. xx.-muy mm 1-at-1 L'p--mn.-I., Remember Us for Ojfire anfl Srhool Supplies HOLLEY OFFICE SUPPLIES 100 E. Grand 1611 Professional Directory EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED DR. G. A. MCLEOD OPTOMETRIST Office Phone 8-7229 Res. Phone 5-4339 3522 Sixth Avenue Des Moines, Iowa rsom by Ruth Anne Beanie DR. D. I. O'MARA CHIROPRACTOR Phone 3-8992 703 Euclid Des Moines, Iowa 150111 by Ruth Anne Board! DR. ROBERT C. PEARSON OPTOMETRIST 530 Euclid Avenue Phone 3-6618 Des Moines, Iowa Hours: 9 to 5 daily QSOIQI by Ruth Anne BOUND Herbie Hicks and Sally WIOCrockling Pat Par- kerg Rosanne Johnston, Gladys Howard, Darlene Kappelman, ,Io Ann Nodland, ,Io Anne Mont- gornery. Compliments of DR. BENNIE H. . DEVINE Homrlton Funeral Home Congratu lations, Seniors gf 1 1 ROBERT P. MASON, M.D. 711 Equitable Building 3510 Sixth Avenue rS0 I Personal and Commerrial Service WAYNE DAILEY INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 3-1040 Res. 5-3915 Liberty Building Des Moines, Iowa l C1 C S0 VK'0b0l', 'l'0ln Shanliull and B011 VVVOD 1621 CUSTODIANS AND CAFETERIA WORKERS First Row: Mrs. Etl1c1Day,Mrs.Ealna Nelson, Mrs. Bertha Marrow, Mrs. Ethel Vliilson. iN1rs. Grace Rebertus, Mrs. Doris Hol. Second Row: Roy King, Bob Ewart, Drew Mathias, George Heggcn, George Lemotta, J. P. Spratt. Dominick Cardanian, Carl Moore. If you need a car or truck Complitmenis of go to McHAFF1E'S REXALL SAM'S RENT A CAR PHARMACY 515 9t1i Street 1 M 4 Sth cmd Douglas 1sResL1:1oiRSS fn Compliments of 0'DEA DE ARcY's FINANCE B001 sl-lop CUMPANY 726 Walnut Street 1117 Locust Street Des Moines, Iowa I I 1631 ,W . 4 M DRAKE UNIVERSITY I I I E I H . Founded in 1881, Drake offers oppor- 1 tunities for study in nine colleges: liberal H arts, fine arts, education, business ad- I ministration, pharmacy, law, graduate, , , community, and Bible. Enrolled this , year are students from 98 Iowa counties, 44 states, and 18 foreign countries. I I 1 For complete information, visit the campus or write: ADMISSIONS COUNSELORS. DRAKE UNIVERSITY, DES MOINES ' 111 by Imvk Omion and .rm-ry Lass PHIPPS SHOE REPAIR 611 Forest Avenue 40 Years of Service for North High Students ,,,,, ,,.,Q. 1 ,,i,.,, E PAYLESS sPoRT1NG Goons Tire qnd Bqttery '6Pay Less at Payless" 717-19 cmd f,,,,, ,,,Q, I ,,fZEii'3Jf,?fEiT3,? Company Tenth cmd Keo Way Compliments of for JEWEL TEA C0. INC. Lee Tires and Phillips Batteries 1216 Forest Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 1641 I- Congratulations, Seniors 0 SANFORD PRINTING Mel'V1C 1226 6111 Avenue SPECIALTY CLEANERS bum In Wm W-um -IM In Forest AVSHUS I OHNSON'S GROCERY Small store with big values 210 Hull Ph0ne 4-1251 rs-nu hy In-uw Nvlsr-rn 1 CEU? Specialize" - Hats Leather Gloves Dry Cleaning mum lay Jerry Lass mm I Compliments of GENERAL BUILDERS, INC. Pickering 6. Son SINCLAIR SERVICE 6th and Madison Sold by Pill 1'Ul!lUl'0y llnfl . "A1s1de" I, . . mngrnlulalions, Seniors Aluminum Siding ffvm FUNKS' SUPER VALU 1200 Sixth Ave. Des Moines. Iowa 2515 F01-est Yum my Mm. Kim "Where prices are born and not Congrafulafions, Seniors and TPI ST EUMPAN Member nf Federal Deposit Insuranlza Curpnration FOURTH ANU WA LNUT 1651 ADA'S BEAUTY SALON 510 Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa ADA BLAKEY CHAPMAN Phone 4-2023 lSulrl G 5 Is Everybody Happy? Hi Ho Folks HI HO GRILL 1538 E. Grand 417 Euclid md Paul Upchurch? DAHL'S SUPERETTE 6. HARDWARE 4701 Second Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Phone Z-1175 sold by mr Pnmeroy and Mae Ruse Hitz Jim Vlassis and Bob Wrelig Pat lVoods and fianceg Charlotte Keesey and Shirley Pvtrilfing Pat Pomeroy. Always Good Flowers Gifts Corsages BERARD'S FLOWERS Always 0.K. O.K. BARBER SHOP 1606 Sixth Avenue 8 A.M. to 6 P.M.-Monday Thru Saturday lS01d by Dun NVPYHQI' mul Paul l pchurchb Buy with confidence Enjoy with pride House nf 1VIarminn,Inl:. Complete Home Furnishers Open 9 to 9 511 Euclid Phone 2-6452 d ' nc-1' and Paul L'pc1nu'cl1J 2821 Forest Avenue C g tlt' t th Cl 1951 Phone 5-4414 on ra u a :ons lo e ass of DOHERTY S FLOWERS S , J Am, Mm,,sk,, 1540 2nd Avenue K Phone 8-0816 fSo1d by Jerry Lass and Dick Onnenj 1661 Inez Wolfrfg Roman Banquetg Barbara Wfar- I owffs Oldest Jewelry Store I-Iinsss 1865 Quality Gifts For Graduation Diamonds Watches Iewelry Silver North High Class Rings Plumb Jewelr tore ren, Sully Riehardson, Norma Dunvan, Suzanne Shan.. Walnut at Sixth Des Moines, Iowa Enjoy Richer-Tasting Flynn Homoqenized Milk F av ul F or the Best Milk 4 phone 3-5 211 - Homogemzfd Mm' LCOK FOR THE RACK 3 WITH THE SNACK IN THE SCCTCH PLAID SACK f'wf'S Hllllllll POTlITO CHIPS l67l Compliments to the Graduating Class of North High School, 1951 Ro-Lee Studio 1915 Grand Des Moines, Iowa Call Us When in Need of a Portrait Phone 8-1946 Washing Greasing IOHNSON'S TEXACO SERVICE K. W. Iohnson 3121 Forest Avenue Phone 5-9862 hold by Pat Murphy Compliments of P11HKEH'S SANDWICH SHUP 1105 Grand "When you are in a nasty mood. come in and let us cure you with good food" Sold hy 1V1nrl.h:x Millvr and J!! W. THOMAS STUDIO 509 Elm Street West Des Moines Phone 7-2649 illill 5 IQ Congratulations, Seniors ll lr Central Bearings Co.. Inc. Qfjjjjgj' sos New York Avenue S0111 by No l'lIl:l h . Compllments Irvfmos 51-md IIDH IISSSQII uosneg bugong Ig-51 siqi noli io HD bugees eq O1 edoH 'PlOI1IDH pun qiuaeimo .1 -3 'S DIDDJAL eong Anmpeedg Hessex S9198 IDICI 111515 ISDH QZ8 buytow eaumsgq buo'1 HH.:ISNYH.I. TIHSSHII A ' , X! in ' X Prescription Pharmacy ld by Ihr!! VYCYHQI' Ftlid P51111 UDCIII of REED' ICE RED 1681 you'Il enjoy a career at Mereclith's A pleasant company cafeteria serves delicious noon-time meals at low cost. Frequent member gatherings help you get acquainted, meet new friends. And there are several active clubs for hobbyists. Even more important to high school graduates who begin their careers at Merediths are these advantages: free health and accident insurance, excel- lent Working conditions, a five-day Week. For young men the printing crafts offer lifetime careers in a skilled profession. For young Women there are interesting clerical jobs important to Meredith magazines-Better Homes 61 Gardens and Successful Farming. Contact our Personnel Department today. A visit may lead to an interesting and profitable career for you. Meredith Publishing Company, 1716 locust St., Des Moines 3, Iowa N HINTi5d are custom ma e in our own shop and are N priced from N C ,lilly : ig P S C1 2 p.. NE Fl Z T wx F' I-1 a: L11 E1 an qs U1 F' 3 -is an 5 ,9g-,ii Q BUY S. A. T .'S Compliment of l The Boyt Company N g I 303 New York ompare Our Styles, , Value l 1 b Y , Asnlml Ivy Phyllis Tlllws 2 lrlr l Mary Gwllllllx ox Wvwef of Fine DW 646 A IOXOAQIOZOIOIO. of,-of 213 sixth Avenue B llf lfls Fountain Pens Greeting C l sos sue:-m-I sr: oss M ines In "" ' TP "'1'2" 2 GRADUATES and POLAR BEAR STAFF THE REGISTER AND TRIBUNE ENGRAVING DEPARTMENT Sold lay Mary Guxwlilllcl' Iirlml Phylliw BURR lloorl Luck to the Seniors SCHWARZ DRUG COMPANY 1301 Forest Avenue Sum Ivy Liz Fen: HOMKO Power Mowers Truly fl Quality Product WESTERN TOOL AND STAMPING CO. 2725 2nd Avenue sum hy 'nts nu Compliments of LANGAN PAPER CO 118 3rd Street Phone 3-0151 sum hy .m-ry xitmtvmttmf- Prepare for a good position with a future at A. I. B., loWa's largest and most distinguished training school. X 4 i Qilaqlj 1 1 I l Hag' 4 at 0' Ep ' I i f it lf! 1-gil 4412! ,551 JI- j lil l 3" it I ' I xl l'1iQm gig-Lfnu Enroll June 4-11 American Institute of Business Des Moines, Iowa GRAND VIEW COLLEGE FOUNDED 1896 2 Years of College - Liberal Arts - Pre-Professional Elementary Teachers Training Curriculum Leading to Standard Elementary Certificate Freshman Registration September 10, 1951. ENROLL NOW Students from Coast to Coast A Small School with Every Advantage We invite you to join us and participate in the fellowship of a Christian approach to education and personal growth. HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS - LOW COSTS sum my l'Iiyll l71 Congratulations Congratulations, Seniors Go to FURNITURE SALES CO. for the finest in home furnishings 211 Sth Street Des Moines, Iowa by D011 VVOrn0l' and I':luI Upchurch Seniors of June 1951 May your future be cfs successful and en- joyable as has been our relationship during your post three school years in serving you with quality clothes. FRA KEL' Congratulations to the Senior Class SERVICE OPTICAL Complete Optical Service Eighth and Locust Third and Locust som by Liz FQ DAIRY QUEEN The Cone With The Curl On Top SUNDAES, MALTS AND SHAKES QUARTS AND PINTS First cmd Euclid Sold hy Dirk Onn L . ,q lf E -Q 1 W-as 2 E D ' 3 gg "-' , '- A O Q 'fx' f ff :'v H H1 s fi - r. E 3 SEV? . X 'I-4 . ff! "' 2 E we 1 ll M A CD U r.,g,,.j L. in A , -0.4 ' "-- - .. f , ,s1l.: .,:,,.:. Wy fgic fi ., -li :,.:5 5 Hg gl L T' J," Q -U , .,., fs -I U 0 X f- s ,fs n Q lv f 42 X MW' I lllfl-llllrr.rr lIl!t!!:l:7 slxm a. 5 . fi-my-fr-rw' h enum , ' t":"' K Md! 65209791 AND LoAN Assocuvrlomof oss Moines l7Zl HUB HUAIIH a dynamo of wit, humor, iacts on Beverage Alcohol is presented Roach to high school students Cl0Ill1llil7lClIfS of GREENWOOD ELECTRIC CO. 2401 High Street D y Phone 4-8907 Night Phone 37001 Vic's Cafe Friendly Service The Best of Food A Good Place to Eat of Iowa 2404 University by the courtesy of: 4 M' Inwa Temperance League' Inc' Nationally Advertised Foods Telephone 8-4861 0 316 Shops Building 0 Des Moines 9, Iowa Reasonably Priced ,fm Ciig2Zf.11.i" 'iii,'QfL'ZlZ, 1 ALBRIGHT GROCERY 2625 Forest Avenue p 0 Z fig SAHIIU F. P BLISHI H EU. 1166 Twenty-fourth Street Phone 7-4423 1731 For All Your Dairy Needs Try DAIRY Visit our new dairy 2341 2nd Avenue Congratulations, Seniors KEN FOX SERVICE 6th cmd Douglas Phone sum ny Larry Atkin- 3-9737 For Food Thafs Good To Eat V Waltefs Cafe Canit Be Beat! WALTER' CAFE rncr :md Paul Upchurch Fashion Certified Cleans Two for Less Free Pickup and Delivery 7th and University Phone 2-8137 90111 by Janet Tl10n1nS and Janice Kali Congratulations Seniors and Polar Bear Staff Seniors contemplating marriage t soon, We will make you some beau- ful Wedding pictures at the studio 7 or in the church. 9999266664-66 ANDREWS STUDIO Sold by Pat Parker i741 Dr. Floyd E. Henry Dr. Sheldon Gladstone Registered Optometrists Congratulations Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted "For Bvttvr Vision and Best Wishes 4 X R W: umm li ' ,f""' ' ' 2 .X i , n A we s 516 Walnut Street Des Moines, Iowa Phone 4-5354 Sol!! hy Dun VVL-rnvl' :tml Paul 'lfpvhllrcll STGNER PIANO Department of Iowa C Q M P A N Y Veterans of Foreign Wars H- C' Olson' President 919 Walnut Phone 4-6238 Slllyllyll H INI I l ' l75l Start Your Sterling Silver Pattern For Quality Printing , dl I S 3 IOSEPH S e' Y may sel t your pcxttern now ond buy it by the piece th pl tting. Ioseph's silver counselors will help ou select y pattern cmd keep cs re d of your p tt or you. 515 E. 6th A sixth fs. IOSEPHS since Venue Locust IEWELERS 1871 Phone 2-0485 Headquarters for LANE CEDAR CHESTS Wfhen Better Automobiles Are Built Buick W'ill Build Them HIJWAHIJ SULE, Inc. RUBlNSllN'S FURNITURE "fum fwfr www' 412-414 Walnut Street 401 Grand Avenue lSol1l hy llivk Uhllull .ruff 'HE -'XZ Jl nlanr Indy? fp- W .1 of ,VPARKI bsmunwllf 1 fn" E :UN We :R TH f MAD S ft , 9 V LAME 1 tt if fu., .-- fw Q . X 5 xx Nh ! I XX tv 7' ' if " CLIQUOT CLUB BOTTLING CO. 1168 SIXTH AVENUE 1761 5hJd?ZZmwn4 Q' Q A .L .gf l PM I A 'ls K . jf jx me 222.2322 9 ..... .. .... ...... . ., , . . . , . Service in a hurry That's my motto. Whenever you want me just flick a switch and I'l1 be there-ready to serve you. Iowa Power and Light Company "Electricity ls Cheap in Des Moines" Suld by lion XXvl'xu-I' :lml I':luI I'ln'liul'1'll Order P 'N 4' liiil 912 Family Pack CY 'Z From 7 Your Dealer i5RQe'ise ff2l. lJgilrtlQ,: 5 A . L1,ii'-4Al. V11 lil- -I U "M " , " F'-Ml llill' 2' PA L U . V 1 ' lg WONDER BREAD Builds Strong Bodies 8 Ways Fresh at your grocers S SIXTH AVENUE WASHING MACHINE GEO. and REFRIGERATOR REPAIR Always ask for Tone's "pressure pack" Coffee C. A. Lucas Paint Store Paints - Varnishes - Enamels and Wallpaper 213 Euclid Phone 3-2323 and Hu Klllu- Hn-:lrxl l77l 6 TO THE CLASS OF 1951 May Success Be Yours Wallace-Homestead Company 1912 Grand Avenue Des Moines, Iowa Dial 3-6181 , 25553 H. Mg. ILTIS LUMBER COMPANY I Curtis Woodwork PHHIUHIZE xlhree Locations to Serve Y Des Moines: 2629 Beave lemon , Advemsers West Des Moines: 200 F urth Street I 1 ' ,,,, WY, , J


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