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

 - Class of 1961

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We enter the big front doors, gaze at your massiveness — and we are afraid. Many of our junior high friends are attending other high schools, so we are alone, alone and oh so little. Around us blends together the many activities of North; they challenge us to join, to participate. There are happy crowds, smiling faces, helping hands. Yoit are not cold to us. Then so suddenly we too are swept up in the gigantic surge of spirit that engulfs North High. From this first day, from these first steps into new adventure, we will progress onward to become the men and women of whom you can be proud. But as new 10-B ' s we hold forth our hands and say, " Hi North High. " Jabie (Contents FACULTY 3 HOMEROOMS 9 SCHOOL LIFE 25 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATION 31 FINE ARTS 47 ATHLETICS 53 SENIORS 75 ADVERTISING 104 rfdtttihiMrat ch and Jacultif PRINCIPAL VICE -PRINCIPAL GIRLS ' ADVISER AARON C. HUTCHENS BARBARA GRAY ROSE MARY JOHNSON LIBRARIAN REGISTRAR Nl ' KSK Seated, left to right: James W. Brammer; Mrs. Charles T. Cownie; Dr. Floyd M. Burgeson; Herrold V. Mann, Secretary; Mrs. Rolland E. Grefe, President; Dr. John H. Harris, Superintendent of Schools; Joseph Brody, Vice President; L. L. Daubert; Richard W. Lozier. 4 m kold brk;htman History. Typing JOHN BRINDLEY Science ORVILLE CHATT Art MARGARET EDDY Latin, English RICHARD EISENLAUER Driver Education WALTER FRANZ Physics, Mathematics WILLIAM FUNTE Business Education ALLEN (JEYER English DAKKELL (JRIPENBERG History WALTER (JRONERT Metal Shop HELEN HAZLET Business Education HARVEY HILL Business Education CORDON HERDER Auto Mechanics BETTY JACKSON Business Education GEORGE KAPPELM N Business Education ORVAL KNEE Mathematics DANIEL KROLOFF Special Education LOWELL LOCKRIDfiE Chemistry, Algebra ELLSWORTH LORY English JAMES LYLE Biology Physical Education JOYCE MARKS Business Education LOUISE McCAUGHAN Spanish Counselor —6— H D. McCFLLOUGH Business Education BETTY JANE MILLER Business Education NORMAN MILLER History Counselor WENDELL MISKIMINS Special Education GENEVIEVE MOORE Homemaking HARRY MORTENSEN Mathematics Physical Education MARY HELEN MUELL Physical Education BERNICE OLSEN Business Education LEROY PARSONS Wood Shop DONALD POWELL Physical Education SHARON PRICHARD Spanish, French RAY Pl ' GH Physical Education CONWAY RHYNE History Counselor Rl ' TH RICHARDS Vocal Music GENE ROGERS Business Education Counselor WILLIAM SCHUERMANN Mechanical Drawing —7— JAYNE SIMMERMAN Distributive Education GAYLORD TROE History ROBERT VANDEN BRANDEX History Science JAMES WICKHAM English ERMA WILSON Homemaking HELEN WOODMAN Dramatics El ' GENE WORDEN Mathematics SARAH EDMISTON Art am era Sliu Jeaclt erS DONALD KOROCH Driver Education MAX PALMER English EDITH SHERWOOD Homemaking MICHAEL SPICER Social Studies JOHN WARREN Special Education Home Room 222 ML Row One- Jackie Dunshee. Darrell Maness, Lynne Crowder. Betty Gamble Robert Beck Susan Erickson. Terrie Allen Row Two-Kay Albright, Judy Burch, Bill Cahow, Larry Cimino. Richard Galloway. Ermayne Perry, Mr. Troe. Row Three Jerry Cisco, John Boldes, Dave Carlson, Jim Gaudineer, Bill Howard, Robert Nicholson. Larry Dorr. Absentees Raymond Bates. Reginald Fowler, Alanzo Fox. —10— Home Room 238 Row One Mrs. Marks, Jane Nelson, Donna Nye, Pat Nicholson, Margaret Lovell, Nancy Lajko, Sandra Lyon. Row Two— Ed McCollom, Harold Lettington, Vicky King, Kathy McConnell, Dick Miller, Dick Nelson, Tom Mortice. Row Three- Russ Nussbaum, Bill Leech, Gilbert Miller, Jay Orr, Ron Mohr, Jim Orvick. Home Room 240 Row One Pat Thomas, Donna Townsend, Janis Person, Elizabeth Simmons, Bonnie Stone, Linda Webb. Row Two My ma Parks, Linda Smith, Judy Reynolds, Maureen Seaboch, Margaret Swain, Pat Solomon, Bonnie Travis. Row Three Frank Richards, Bryan Walker, Gifford Rodine, Jon Van Dusseldorp, Otto Gutierrez, Rick Reay, Jack Porter. Absentees Kay Porter, John Ridout, Susie Parisho. Miss Miller. —11— Home Room 140 Row One- Eileen Dewell, Barbara Dann, Janet Douglas, Kathy Lorenz, Leota Cecil, Sue Burgett, Mrs. Botsford. Row Two Ruth Daye. Sue Bruett. Evalouise Dunn. Maggie Davies, Mary Watts, Mary Crawford, Le na Van Veen, Steve Cervi, James Carter. Row Three -Chuck Davis, Sam Deierling, Mike Eakins, Alex Glann, Bill Burdick, Richard Day, Robert Barrett, Malvin Duncan, Dave Webb.. Home Room 141 Row One— Joyce Rice, Diana Lydon, Carol Russian, Roswitha Popken, Radine Philpott, Anita Philips, Terry Prettyman. Row Two — Saundra Sandbeig, Connie Phipps, Sandy Renaker. Linda Rogers, Larry Prewitt, Diana Sammons, Margaret Reynolds, Ted Russell. Row Three — Wanda Rick, Deloris Scott, Gary Scott, Donna Savage, Dan Dyck, Nancy Raleigh, Sandy Sevedge, Mr. Mortensen. Row Four Bill Power, Bill Raymond, Bill Saschc, Raymond Rose, Steve Schneckloth, Dan Mark, Mike Rubel, Dan Pulley. Lee Phillips. —12— Home Room 215 Row One Mr. Kappelman, Christinea Lantzy, Faith Lambertson, Diane Lamberti, Peggy Larson, Donna Longerbone, Carolyn DuBois. Row Two Francine McKinna, Margaret Lewis, Sue LaPole, Carl Lund, Harold McVay, John Lowe, Fred McDonald. Row Three -Karna Lingwall. Doris Kurtz, Jan Martin, Karen Lingwall, Steve Leslie, Jim Leseney, Terri Braun, Marvin Lund, David Maness. Row Four — Julia Maltas, Mary Maxfield, Kay Capps, Susan Messenger, Dave McLaughlin, Mike McMahon, Bob Milinsky, John Rutherford, Jim Mayse. Absentees Doug Martin, Sharon Beats, Leonard Madison. Home Room 226 Row Onfr Mary Sue BoKenrief, Pam Bradley, Marilyn Adair, Jerry Babcock, Tom Tucker, Judy Alexander, Muriel Bishop. Row Two- Dorothy Barker, Janet Arlaud, Pam Braunschweig, Pat Allen, Jeanie Thompson, Margie Fries, Mary Ann Anderson. Carolyn Blake. Row Three- Jeannie Peel, Don Bobenhouse. Ron Briles, Barbara Bertrand, David Bethel, Bob Beaman, Don Bethel, Beverly Adams, Dave Brown. Row Four — Ken Boatwrijrht, Danny Boyd, Jim Hansen, Ron Brewster, Bob Brown, Ojars Arsts, Mamey Arnold, Ramon Barron, Octave Baker, Allen Cromell. —13— Home Room 228 Row One Judy Fonu, Joan Hons. Janet Faux, Ernie Fisher, Dorthy Baker, Linda Cambrel, Barbara Gray. Row Two— Mary Beth Hardin, Diane Haekman, Barbara Emanuel, Gayla Griffin, Delia Hamrick, Yvonne Hones, Sandy Estes, Kay Harjehausen. Row Three Carol Heavilin. Larry HedKiwth, Bob Hammond, Jim Heniinover, Arthur Arnett, Ron Feora, Fran Frus, Ruth Fuller. Mary Jo Hamill. Row Four Tim Hansen, Gary Marker, Steve Gibbons, Don Hamman. Jack Gordon, Gary Ecternauct, Lloyde Graham, Sam Henninsr. Home Room 230 Row One — Kathy Wade, Judy Walker, Carol Wells, Mary Whitson. Eu«ene Woods, Arvel Windsor. Mr. Worden. Row Two Dennis Watkins. Claude Harryman, Karen Waterman, Diana Whitmore, Diane Wing, Billie Watkins. Kathy Williams. Row Three Mary Ann Nordell, Sharon Zim- merman. Robert Williamson. Jerry Walton, Jim Waters, Sandy Wayne, Linda Wyant. Row Four Gerald Wrinht, Tom Dorsey. Frank Wood, Robert CutwriRht, Dick Van Houten, Lonnie Vidis, Jim Beats, Gerald Nonnweiler. —14— Home Room 239 Row One Carol Musso, Betty Joe Parish, Mary Ellen Osborn, Sharon Morrow, Linda Palik, Bonnie Mohr, Nancy Christensen, Phillis Moses. How Two Bill Oddy, Mike Callahan, Bob Kaulman, Marlea Page, Karla Pettijohn. Elizabeth Miller, Guylene Miller, June Townsend. Row Three - Ron Oleson, Linda Oatley, Mark Mincks, Kirk Inman, Jim Aycock, Arlen Pen e, Penny Parson, Phillis Newman, Sharon Oltrojcjce. Row Four — Mr. Rogers, John Parkins. Ray Nystrom, Jim Miller, Joe Page. Tom Hansen. Mike Morris, Dave racewell, Steve Oliver. Home Room 241 Row One Jan Hutchinson, Luna Huntley, Carole Johnson, Dona Shafer, Lois Kaotoa, Judy Johnson, Linda Jetters. Row Two Mary Jo Deselms, Everett Kemp, Linda Kapfer, Beth Jacobe, Jim Christian, Nan Jerome, Mary Alice Hunter, Beverly Johnson. Row Three Miriam Kof- man, Oary Houston, Linda Knudsen. Mary Kay Hinkle, Pat Bird, Roger Blanden, Dennis Jackson, Mr. Hill. Row Kour Doug Henwood. Bill Hellftard. Cary Jones, Bob Ketch, Bill Kern, Ron Kochieser, Richard Kelley. —15— Home Room 118 Row One Miss Woodman, Mary Donald, Jackie Robinson, Ruth Pickett. Rosemarie Vecchi, Joyce Youngberg, Nancy Stout, Francis Ware, Connie Phares Row Two-P«m Peterson. Linda Skidmore, Larry Reid, Don Troup, Pam Tallman. Marge Tyree, Lennie Wilson. Row Th ' re Tom Pike, Richard Ruhee Wayne Rexroat, Mike Snodgrass, Mike Schammerhorn, Bib Turpen, Don Peterson, Jim Wilson. Absentee- Sheila Nicholson. —16— Home Room 242 Row One Frank Steele, Lois Valencic, Pat Sheldon, LeAnn Sutherland, Carolyn Smith. Merry Shaw, Carlene Smith, Sandy Teer, Cheryl Slaugh- ter. Row Two — Mrs. Olsen, Bobbie Thomas, Tom Turner, Donna Thomas, Don Taylor, Nancy Stone. Mary Tyler, Jane Suchy, Linda Strong, Sandy Stong. Linda Smith, Diane Sherwood. Row Three David Slaughter, Dennie Lyons, Duane Perry. Larry Twinstra, Jerry Cooper, Dennis Tucker, Ed Zugg. (lai-y Smith, Robert Stoneking, Steve Sutton. Home Room 107 Row One Carol Johnson. Kathi Johnson, Linda Marshall, Sue Lytle, Miss Moore. Row Two June Hall, Maurice Gamble, Carol Moll, Mike Galla- srer, James Wood. Row Three Ted McClellan, James Marlow, Robert Levy, Tom Ligouri. Absentees — Connie Mullins, Charles Martin; Gerry Hardersen, Carol Hopkins, Jim Jambor, Lorraine McCoy, Ronnie Hopkins, Larry Huffaker, Norman Johnson, Susan Glyde, Joe Hanie, Donald Jones. —17— Home Room 109 Row One Glenda Bancroft, Pam Anderson, Jackie Bell, Lonna Ander .in, Marie Barber. Miss Wilson. Row Two John Accola. Barbara Bar- setti Jane Anderson. Linda ' Beardsley. Bonnie Barlow, Vivian Atwood, Dave Anderson. Row Three Karla Bloinquist, Pam Allen. Janice Bales, Janet Amerson, Grace Arnet, Martha Boone, Theresa Allen. Dick Aycock. Row Four Dave Adolphson, Dour Adolphson, Jackie Alexander, Richard Bishop, Leo Barry, Donna Bocosky, Cindy Bales, Byron Adams. Dour Aamoth. Home Room 121 A Row One — Jim Clark. Gale Boatwriirht, Gwen Burton, Karen Cooper, Jackie Brila, Karen Clauson. Diane Conn. Row Two Janet Cook, Diane Brown Arthur Bocock, Ron Bradford, Brian Bracken, Sandy Botsford, Julene Burrows, Susan Colwell, Miss Simmerman. Row Three Bobbye Coppola Eric Carlson, Robert H. Cook, Dennis Browder, Dave Brehm, Mike Campbell. Dave Claycomb, Dave Caukin. Row rour blvin Chatfield, Jarrell Cox, Mike Bockert. Jack Brown. Lee Bullinitton. Robert M. Cook, Danny Campbell, Mike Bonardus, Randy Boyd. — 18— Home Room 736 Row One Sharon Flesher, Margaret Fehn, Diane Green, Jane Guerrero, Connie Galloway, Dixie Hackman, Roland Griffith. Row Two -Nick Flannery, Susan Flanagan, Carolyn Grove, Sondra Forkner, Georgia Foley, Carolyn Grigsby, Craig Forrest. Row Three Joe Murrey, Terry Gereau, Peggie Galvan, Paula Gulick, Gloria Gamble, John Gersib, Mr. Gronert. Row Four John Gates, Steve Gannon, Jim Fox, Joe Godfr oy, Ray Hall, Bill Green, Neal Feuerhelm. Home Room 739 Row One Dixie Juergens, Drue Hathaway, Donna Hanke, Sheila Hoch, Zelma Jenkins, Ethel James, Veronica Jacobs, Paula Heariold, Cheryl Hutchins. Row Two Cindy Hensley, Marilyn Holmes, Mary Hodgson, Dorothy Jensen, David Isaacs, Larry Jensen, Jean Jobusch, Susan Huber, Joanie Jasper. Row Three — Mr. Funte, Mike Kennedy, Steve Jackson, Jack Hiatt, Mike Houston, Wesley Heuermann. Vernon Hansen, Dale Har- mon, Robert L. Jones. —19— Home Room 146 Row One— Jene ' Lamberti, Rita Lacey. Shclia Kienest, John Krantz, Dick McDonald, David KrieK. Sandra LanR, Sandy Knapp. Row Two Jerry Machen, Janette Kaval, Beverly Kremin, Carrie Lewis, Esther Larson, Cheryl Kinkade. Kay McConnell, Judy McDunald, Miss McCauithan. Row Three- Judy Lester, Rick Lyons, John McConkey, Mike Larson, Mike Kn Hie, Neil Leifrhter, Bill Larson, Nancy LonK. Absentees Jeanne Lewis, Mary Masters. Home Room 214 Row One John Mercer, Cheryle Miller, Cheryl Moore, Joyce Munn, Ruth Morris, Deanna McGrew, Judy McKcchan. Row Two— Jane Mundy. Diane Mueller Beverly Moomey, Wiley McKay, Judy Miller, Jon Myers, Phyllis McGuire, Mrs. Edmiston. Row Three Gene McKelvey. Kathy McKiernan, Pat Moran, Bruce Mooers. Janice Miller, Linda Mormon, Stanley McQuire, Mary Mead. Row Four Jerry McQuiston, Craiit Millholhn, Steve Nelson, Chris Miller, Nelson Mossholder, Terry Mitchel, Rick NehrlinK, Herman Muer. —20— Home Room 2 6 Raw One- -Sandi Paskins, Jim Oxenreider, Jerry Neve, Linda Puffh. Row Two Michalea Owens, Donna Parrish, Pam Levine, Neva Price, Lienor Patterson, Mr. Chatt. Row Three- Carmella Nitrro, Nora Patterson, Alice Olsan, Jackie Peters, Mary Kay Pilirrim, Sheryl Phillips. Sue Oltrogge. Row Four Arthurlene P ropes. Bill O ' Hare, Dennis Pointer, Bob Parrish, Ed Pepper, Dixie Overton, Barb Peterson. Home Ro om 221 Row One Iona Sellers, Linda Schmidt, Sandi Renin. Melva Seiberlintr, Betty Scheckel. Jackie Russell, Janet Redick. Row Two -Dennis Seward, Connie Reams, Linda Russell, Pat Shelton, Susan Rogers, Pat Shore, Ed Sarsfield, Tom Roush, Dixie Reed. Row Three Mr. Franz, Ken Reed. Mike Sheridan, Phil Sackett, Alan Runner, Carol Schuler, Pat Sayre, Vicki Runyon, Sharon Sharp. —21— Home Room 225 Row One Shirley Southers, Chuck Valentine, Cheryl Teater, Delores Sims. Eileen Stole, Ron Smith. Marcene Twiss. Row Two Wanda Van Vark, Sharon Sweitzer, Linda Swain, Nancy Smith, Joanne Slack, Chlii Swanson, Dianne Simmons, Miss Eddy. Row Three- Ed Tinker, Gene Stout, Bruce Thomas, Pat Snodftrass, Larry Thornton, Harold Vinsel, Don Tilton, Bradley Smith, Bill Thompson, Gene Tornquist. Home Room 232 Row One Sheila Dickson, Connie Davis, Jesserean Dixon, Sharlett Davisim, Mary De Carlo. Row Two Karen Daleske, Joni Eldridge, Donna Crawford, Evelyn Darrah, Pam Dawson, John Eubanks. Row Three — Mary Droesslcr, Terry Cubbaite, Jean Farmer, Wes Donnely. Richard Clark, Jane Ewald, Mr. Drummond. Row Four — Dale Doudna, Mike Eide, Ron Danielson, Dale Daniels, Linda Farrinirton, Rex Fallis, Shirley Dyer. —22— Home Room 245 Row One — Sharon Yearian, Connie Wallace, Ruth Wieland. Carolyn Welch, Nancy White, Mary Jo Wolfe. Row Two — Mrs. Jackson, Connie Wadle, Mary Ward, Sarah Walker, Leora Whitson, Rebecca Wrijrht. Row Three Dave Weckman, Lambert Weyer, Steve Wadden, Dave Winders, Gordon Woolsey, Toni Walters, Walt Wickwire. Home room meets before classes begin in the morning. On Mondays, the bulletin and announcements are read for the coming week ; Tuesdays, activity stamps are sold ; and Oracles are distributed biweekly on Fridays. The other days may be used for additional announcements, progr ams, or study periods. —23— Home Room 725 732 Row One Mr. Warren, Lonnie Thomas, HaibaiR Phares, Mary Cortez, Helen James, Sherry Backstrom. Donald Schatz. Betty Streeter, Carol Accurdino, Sharon Kinney, Barbaia Sha le. Row Two Paula Robinson, Andrew Fant, Frank Fant, Joan Conlon, Mary M- II. Robert Davis, Leo Sheets, Burl Bohall, Jerry Brful , Mr. Miskimins. Row Three- Mr. Kroloff, Elvin Smith, Richard Spoonholtz. David Whitlow, Robert Correy, Albert Humpl-iuy. Gerald Adams, Jjhn Hummel, Joe Harter, Darrell Goff, David Long. Home Room 727-6 730 Row One- —Sharon Claussen, Colleen Taylor, Scheryl Mack, Steve Weaver, Ronald Huujrhman, Bobby Miller, Bill Hutchinson, John Reese. Charles Gripp. Row Two Lynda Lane, Betty Hash, Norma Scott, Ronald Griffin, Alice Donahue, Ina Cla v ■ borne, Janet Beltrame, Mary Wellons, Elaine Ogbum. Row Three— Hairy Rissman, Don Wheeler. Marvin Parker, Bill Castings, Jim Bolten, Harold Obrecht, Paul Vanderley, Jack Behle. The £cfoci —27— FUN SITE QUEEN Annette Pietsch, Bob Anthony —30— Ctufa and Orgah ' jat chJ Row One Paul Littlewood. Judy Gangestad, Diana Lefler, Joan Carver, Dorthy Chapman, Karla Rloomquist, Kama Lingwall. Karulyn Carley. Darlene DeCarlo, Marilyn Babbitt, Drue Hathaway, Joyce Loftus. Row Two Mr. Lory, Dennis Forker, Gary Echtemacht. Bill Burdick, Jerry Fane, Dave Bethel, Bob Dickey, Marty Liepa, Tom Fergus, Larry Kurmel. Row Three Dick McCauley, Paul Jorgenson %U Student Council Row One Nancy Hall, Nancy Romp, Nancy Stout, Mary Ann Ward, Dick McDonald. Sandra Sevedge, Mike Ritz, Diane Wing, Jeri Sylvester, Carolyn Welch. Row Two — Tom Drake, Linda Smith, Tom Turner, Ronnie Mohr, Gene Stout, Gary Knight, Chris West, Sonie Moore, Nancy Pat- terson, Alice Olson, Janice McGowan. Row Three Craig Milhollin, Gifford Rodine, Jim Stout, Jack Passwater, Jay Orr, Peter Royal, Tom Wilson, Bob Morre, Jerry Farr. —32— Row One- Karen Miller, Diana Sammona, Gerry Hardersen. Kathy McConnell, Kathy Williams, Joyce Loftus. Row Two Carrie Jean Farmer, Karla lilomouist, Linda Olanville, Jim Wilson. Phil Sackett, Bobbi Wells, Ruth Bengston, Chris Catterson. Row Three Ellsworth Lory, Mike Kennedy, Gary Gronert, Dick Miller, Jim Holtz, Jim Stout, Craig Millhollin. Row Four— Jim Jorgensen, Bob Parish, Jack Brown, Bill Burdick. Paul Jorgensen, Leo Chancellor, Larry Kurmel, Jim German, Dave Balsan. £prih$ Student Ccuncil Discussing and solving the problems of North High, is the task given the Student Council. Having been in existence for 45 years, the council has helped make North a better school. Representing the student body are duly elected home room presidents, committee chairmen, judicial board members, and the Student Council executive board. Meetings for the 1960-1961 term have been held in 114 with Tom Drake and Dick McCauley presiding over the fall and spring councils with Ellsworth Lory as adviser. Row One Donna McKowen, Dixie Hackman, Jeri Sylvester, Nancy Hall, Marilyn Babbit, Susan Taylor, Judy Gangestad, Mary Whitson. Row- Two — Linda Knudsen, Bob Hamman, Larry Tippets, Larry Hedgpeth, Tom Turner, Mary Stone, Nan Jerome, Nancy Patterson. Row Three Penny Parsons, Jon VanDusseldorp, Jim Shaffer, Ray Nystrom, Dennis Forker, Bob Dickey, Larry Dorr, Mary Moll. Row Four Lee Kness, Ed McCollom, Jay Orr. Dick McCauley, Ray Hall, Larry Cimino. —33— Movie Operators The movie operators, un- der the supervision of John Brindley, run the films dur- ing the four lunch periods. The boys gain valuable ex- perience in operating the equipment. The chairman for the fall semester was Tom Fergus and the spring semester chairman was Bill O ' Hare. Tom Fergus, Ken Boatwright, Bill O ' Hare, David Bethel. Movie Selection Committee Noon movies shown during all four lunch periods provide en- tertainment and a form of re- laxation for North students. Providing these movies is the job of the Movie Selection Com- mittee, under the direction of John Brindley. The committee consults Par- ent ' s Magazine for movie rat- ings. It then orders the movies through downtown distributors. Chairman for this year was Tom Fergus. Row One Joan Carver, Donna Nye. Row Two — Mary Ann Howard, Bill O ' Hare, Tom Fergus. Row Three Dennis Forker, Dennis Pointer, Mr. John Brindley. —34— Assembly Committee The duty of plan- ning the school talent assemblies is given to the Assembly Com- mittee. The commit tee with Earl Bridgewa- ter as adviser meets every other week in room 124. Darlene DeCarlo served as chairman for the fall semester, and Joyce Loftus the spring se- mester. Themes for the as- semblies this year were " Friday the 13th " and " The Greatest Show on Earth. " Row One Darlene DeCarlo, Marylin Babbit, Paula Riley, Kathy Loftus, Jeri Sylvester, Bob Dickey, Nancy Powers, Mary Whitson. Lairy Coppola, Jim Shaffer, Norman Newhouse, Mr. Bi idgewater. Williams. Row Two — Pam Peterson, Joyce Row Three — Dennis Forker, Tom Wilson. Row One Three Jodell Kathy McKie Keyes. Barb man. Bark Joyce Loftus, Jackie Dunshee. Charlette Paxton, Jim Shaffer, Row Denni Two Mr. Forker. Gripenberg, Betty Hutton. Row Usher Committee Serving at school plays, fun night and other important events is the function of the Usher Com- mittee. Under the super- vision of Darrell Gri- penberg, the commit- tee also ushers at the senior Baccalaureate, Class Night, and Commencement. Joyce Loftus and Jim Shaffer served as chairmen. —35— Row One Linda Marshal], Mary Ellen Evans, Susan Linn. Diana Lefler, Mrs. Pochard. Row Two Sheila McKinstry, Sharon Phoenix, Nan Jerome, Rosewitha Popkcn, Sue Lytle, Pat Sheldon, Diane Wing, Mary Ellen Osborne, Mary Beth Hardin, Sharon Yearian, Louise Henderson, Ro- berta Wells. Row Three Bobbye Coppola, Betty Hutton, Mary Jo Hamil, Sharon Oltrogge, Susnn Colwell, Karen Cooper. Dick Aycock, Steve Cervi. Dave Bobenhouse Row Four Bill Hillyard, Sandra Divelbiss, Sue Bruett. Penny Parson, Mary Kay Hinkle. Barb Emanuel, Beverly Adams, Diane Tippets, Larry Tuinstra, Tommy Longden, Phil Parks, Dave Brehm. Amis Unidos Combining the French and Spanish students, the Amis Unidos club tries to speak both languages during the regular meetings. Sponsoring the club is Mrs. Sharon Prichard. Diane Lefler and Frank Gorrells served as chairmen for the club. Camera Club To learn more about photography is the purpose of the newly formed Camera Club. Sponsored by Orville Chatt and Mrs. Margaret Baldwin, the committee takes pictures, develops, and prints them. In the future the committee hopes to have its own dark room. The chairman was Bill O ' Hare. Row One- Eileen DeWell. Sue Burgett, Linda Rogers, Wanda Rick, Pat Spurling, Jane Young, Vivian Atwood. Row Two — Mrs. Baldwin, Joe Godfroy, Colleen Taylor, Ed Tinker, Bill O ' Hare, Dennis Pointer, Bob Clark, Steve Cervi, Mr. Chatt, Dick Aycock. —36— Row One — Terrie Allen, Lois Valencic, Sharon Sinclair, Carolyn Wilson, Faith Lambertson. Row Two — Joyce YounKberir, Donna Brewer, Carolyn Grijrsby, Barbara Barsetti. Row Three Mrs. Jackson, Penny Parsons. Karen Clinfrman, Marilyn Dewey, Mrs. Olsen. F.T.A. Preparing girls for future careers in the teaching profession is the purpose of the Future Teach- ers of America. The club meets once a month in room 245, with Mrs. Betty Jackson and Mrs. Bernice Olsen as sponsors. Visiting the Art Center, Salisbury House, having guest speakers, and films are the club ' s main activities along with visiting various grade schools. Phyllis McEwen and Sharon Sinclair were the presidents this past year. Latin Club Societas Romana, North High ' s Latin Club, sponsored by Miss Margaret Eddy, has many inter- esting activities during the school year. Highlighting this year ' s activities was the annual Roman banquet consisting of a mock wedding, eating an entire meal with the fingers, and other entertainment performed by some of the members. Serving as president of Latin Club was Joe Page. Row One Joyce Loftus, Michalea Owens, Dorothy Chapman, Dixie Hackman, Guylene Miller, Faith I.ambertson, Linda Strong:, Sara Stout. How Two Susan Huber, Eileen Stole, Nancy Stone, Dennis Forker, Alice Olsan, Esther Larson, Christine Swanson. Miss Eddy. Row Three Honnie Harlow. Kat McConnell, Karna Linjrwall, Ron Bradford, Duane Perry, Jackie Alexander, Jane Suchey. Barbara Barsetti, Sonnie Moore. Row Four Tom Dorsey, Carol Moll, Penny Ware. Barb Emanuel, Bob Ketch, Joe Pasre, Rebecca Ross, Dave Bethel, Dave Brown, Judy Vander Linden. —37— Row One Nancy Donovan, Cinda Hensley, Sharon Semple, Anola Bond, Mary Wolfe, Judy Lamb. Row Two— David Anderson, Sandy Renaker, Jackie Brilz, Marue Tyree, Melva Seiberlinit, June Town- send, Sharon Sinclair, Donna LonKerbone. Row Three — Phyllis Newman, Barb Bark, Mary Ann Anderson, Margaret Swain, Joanne Slack, Myrna Parks, Kara Ellis. Row Four- Bob Dickey, Penny Parson, Bob Parrish, Ray Hall, Gary Jones, Donna Savage, Linda Oatley, Judy Cave. Office Assistants The various jobs performed by the office assistants include greeting visitors of North High, picking up absence slips, typing and filing, an- swering telephones, and running errands. Approximately forty students are now working as office assistants in the advisers ' offices and the main office during their study halls. Library Assistants Helping Mrs. June Kalsem, school librarian, is the job of the library assistants. Their duties include checking books in and out of the library, helping students locate books, straightening shelves and signing library passes. —38— Row Ont Dorothy Chapman. Dixie Hackman, Mr. Bly, Mary Maxfield, Alice Olsan. Row Two Steve Gannon, Bob Turpen, Bruce Mooers, Jim Stout, Douk Aamoth. Halls Committee The hall monitors are in charge of checking all students in the halls to make sure they have passes and all visitors have visitors ' cards. Members of this committee also check S. A. T. ' s during fourth hour when the noon movies are shown. The Halls Committee members are expected to represent North High in a good manner and help keep the building free of litter. Nurse ' s Office Assistants Keeping records of students coming into the office, answering the tele- phone, running errands and assisting Mrs. Beulah Fjelde, North ' s new nurse, with the sick or injured students are some of the duties performed by the nurse ' s assistants. Row One Diana Lefler, Halina Redko, Ellen Watson, Soni Moore. Row Two- -Bickey Wright, Joni Eldridire, Mrs. Fjelde, Sue Huber, Sue Colwell. —39— Service and Red Cross Committee Under the direction of Mrs. June Kalsem, the Service and Red Cross Committee sponsors the United Campaign, a Christmas party at the Younker Memorial Rehabilitation, and the gift chest drive. The chairmen for the last two semesters were Diane Wing and Penny Parson. Safety Committee A new Safety Committee was formed this year by the Student Council. Advisers for this committee are Donald Koroch and Richard Eisenlauer. The committee this past semester put up new Fire Drill and Civil Defense signs in each of the rooms of North. Chairman for the past semester was Mike Hanna. Row One Janet Hutchinson, Mary Jo Hamill, Chris West, Betty Gamble. Row Two- -Mr. Eisenlauer, Mike Hanna, Dave Bethel, Jack Passwater, Tom Turner, Mr. Koroch. —40— Social Committee Row One Dennis Foiker, Barb Oliver, Linda Webb, Joyce Loftus. Mary Ann Howard. Row Two Leo Chancellor, Larry Coppola, Paula Riley, Nancy Powers, Rasmn Narins, Sherril Snyder, Penny Parsons, Paul Littlewood. Row Three Tom Wil- Bon Joe Page, Frank Garrels, Jim Wilson, Jim Gaudineer, Jon VanDusseldorp. The Social Committee, sponsored by Louis Crouch, is in charge of the annual homecoming- dance, traditional Spinster Spree, and other North High social events. This past year the committee met on Monday mornings with Tom Wilson and Dennis Forker as chairmen. The Social Committee also sponsored three additional dances during the spring semester. Under the supervision of Robert Vanden Branden, the concessions com- mittee operates the concessions stand during lunch periods, after school, at basketball games, school parties, and other special events. Mary Stone was chairman this past year. Concessions Committee Row One Elizabeth Cadwell, Mr. Vanden Branden, Muriel Bishop. Row Two Karen Graham, Dorothy Barker, Carrie Farmer. Row Three — Pat Spurling, Sherril Snyder, Mary Stone, Pat Allen. —41— Row One- Pat Kauzlarich, Judi Martinache, Sandra Cord. Dorothy Tomlinson, Kay Aunspach, Miss Simmerman. Row Two -Gary Jinks, Jim Rice, Dick Shafer, Don Coin, David Koder. Distributive Education Club Training people for careers in retailing, wholesaling and service estab- lishments is the purpose of Distributive Education. The students learn to work with other people, gain the necessary knowl- edge for good job performance, and begin accepting responsibility. Miss Jayne Simmerman is the teacher in charge of Distributive Edu- cation. Citizenship Committee The Citizenship Committee with Marilyn Babbit as chairman is in charge of the 10-B party, choosing a citizen of the month, and promoting citizenship throughout North. The faculty sponsor is Harold Brightman. Row One — Linda Webb. Marilyn Babbit. Row Two — Sonie Moore, Sharon Phoenix, Joan Carver. Row Three Frank Richards, Sherril Snyder. Sheila McKinstry. —42— Row One Duane Fiene. Steve Schneckloth. Tom Ligouri. Mr. Schuermann. Dennis Pointer, Richard Ritchie. PuUk A44re A Committee The Public Address Committee under the supervision of William Schuer- mann has the responsibility of setting up the microphone and loudspeaker equipment for all school functions. Tom Ligouri served as chairman of this year ' s committee. Cxtta - Cumcular ActttitieA Committee Keeping a record of every student ' s activities is the job of the activities committee. The committee notifies the students who are carrying too many activi- ties. The activity records are then returned to the home room teacher. The committee also sponsors the awards assembly. The chairman for the committee was Nancy Patterson. Row One Sheila McKinstry, Pat Sheldon. Sharon Phoenix. I.inda Smith. Row Two Nancy Patterson, Linda Glanville, Mary Kay Hinkle. —43— Co-Editor Co-Editor A great deal of planning and hard work went into the publication of this year ' s Polar Bear. The staff must perform such duties as take, crop and identify pictures ; prepare copy, and lay out pages for the book. Team work and many extra hours spent outside class were the ingredi- ents needed to produce this year ' s Polar Bear. We the 1961 yearbook staff, have tried to present North High with a yearbook of which you may be proud. Polar Bear Staff Top Row- Tom Fergus, Advertising Manager ; Jackie Dunshee, Assistant Advertising Man- ager ; Anola Bond, Senior Picture Editor; Sharon Weddell, Assistant Senior Picture Editor; Barbara Oliver, Senior Section Editor. Middle Row Sue Andrew, Assistant Senior Section Editor ; Janice Arnold, Assistant Senior Section Editor ; Betty Hutton, Sports Editor ; Jim Wade, Sports Editor; Barbara Peterson, Picture Identification. Bottom Row — Pam Peterson, Picture Identification ; Karen Miller, Copy Editor ; Paula Riley, Feature Editor. 44 FALL EDITOR SPRING EDITOR SPRING ASSISTANT EDITOR JANICE McGOWAN BO HI! I WELLS JUDY LAMB Fall Oracle Staff 3 mi Top Row Susan Linn, Co-Feature Editor; Tom Longden, Co-Feature Editoi ; Ruth Sims, Sports Editor; Susan Suchy, Page Editor. Bottom Row Linda Calhoun, Page Editor ; Ellen Watson. Mailing Editor; Jim Locke, Advertising Manager. Spring Oracle Staff lop how Joyce Loitus, Co-Feature Editor; Norman Newhouse, Co-Feature Editor ; Grant Van Dorn, Co-Sports Editor ; Dennis Forker, Co-Sports Editor. Middle Row Dick McCauley, Co-Sports Editor; Judy Ganges tad. Page Editor; Jane Davis, Page Editor; Mary Ann Howard, Assistant Page Editor. Bottom Row Judy DeVore. Advertising Manager; Louise Henderson, Assistant Advertising Manager ; Arlene Jones, Co-Mailing Editor ; Sharon Sappenfield, Co-Mailing Editor. —45— John Levy, Dorothy Johnson, Mr. Kappelmnn, Jean Welder. Athletic Bookkeepers The athletic bookkeepers see to it that the proper accounts are credited, to make a monthly trial balance, and to prepare an annual report at the end of the year. Supervising the students is George Kappelman, the athletic manager. Oracle Bookkeepers Keeping accurate accounts for the advertisers, making out statements, and mailing them once a month, are the duties of the Oracle bookkeepers. The adviser is H. D. McCullough. ram Allen, Mr. McCullough, Elizabeth Simmons. —46— 9 ne AtU fi Cappella Ckeir Row One Pam Dawson, Susan Taylor, Jackie Dunshee, Linda Webb, Sandra Stong, Patsy Lovell. Nancy Raleigh, Sheryl Miller, Penny Proctor, Colleen Flaherty, Nancy Stone, Mary Tyler. Joan Carver, Faith Lambertson. Row Two- -Judy Ferguson, Myrna Parks, Francine McKenna, Linda ' Beardsley, John Accola, Claude Harryman, Art Bocock. Kenneth Reed, Dave Willis, Lee Phillips, Bill Wince, Elaine Goldsboro, Sue Andrews, Pat Spurling. Row Three Sharon Oltrogge, Nan Jerome, Bev Adams, Jim Waters, Bill Hillard, Jim Wilson, Phil] Sachett. Linda Glanville, Nancy ' Pat- terson, Linda Kapfer, Jane Suchy. Row Four Mary Stone, Karen Lingwall, Linda Smith, Barbara Emanuel, Bob Ketch, Joe Page, John Harriot. Gary Smith, Don Peterson, Stan Greenwood, Jim Holtz, Kama Lingwall, Ruth Bengston, Beverly Huffman. The A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Miss Ruth Rickards pre- sents the Christmas Assembly, the Spring Festival, and the Easter As- sembly. This year the choir also performed at the Y. M. C. A. in cooperation with the Friends of Music Adult group. Under the direction of Miss Ruth Rickards, the boys glee club partici- pates in the Spring Music Festival here at North. Rehearsals are held twice a week in Room 116. Soip jlee Club Row One Steve Weaver, Dave Willis, Gary Marker, El Tinker, Larry Jenson, Bill Wince. Row Two Wiley McKay, Dan Wheeler, Rick Lyons, Jim Waters, Marvin Mjore. Row Three Bill Cahow, Bill Green, Kirk Inman, Mike Knodc, Ron Bradford. Row Four John Harriott, Gary Smith, Burt Jurgensen, Ed Pepper. Girls Glee Club Row On — Bonnie Stone, Sue Nuckolls, Eleanor Patterson, Sandra Paskins, Ellen Whitmer, Joyce Rice, Dixie Juergens, Leota Cecil. Vera Watkins, Mary Jane Taylor. Row Two — Lois Fane, Nancy Hall. Gayle Boatwright. Maine Tyree, Jean Dillard, Beverly Johnson, Barbara Dann, Nicolene Nielsen. Row Three — Ina Clayborne. Margaret Lewis. Sharon Strait. Judy Burch, Charlotte Arnett, Nancy Coulson, Norma Jean Scott. Susan Flanagan, Ermayne Perry. Connie Pratt. The girls glee club, divided in two classes, one for beginning singers and one for advanced singers, meets three days a week in Room 116. Under the direction of Miss Ruth Rickards, the two classes combine to participate in the Spring Music Festival. The glee club offers North High girls the opportunity to improve their singing ability and widen their knowledge in the musical field. Row One Donna Hanke, Janice Lafferty, Judy Jay, Michalea Owens, Delores Sims, Glenda Bancroft, Nancy White. Lonna Anderson, Cheryl Hutchins, Virginia Ziebell. Row Two Darlene Johnson, Carol Accordino, Neva Price, Joyce Munn, Francine McKenna, Anita Johnson, Vivian Atwood, Leora Whitson, George Ann Heariold, Sheila Dickson. Row Three Pat Spurling, Karen Markley, Colleen Flaherty. Sharon Sweitzer, Linda Swain, Nora Patterson, Arthurlene Propes, Lucinda Bales. Nancy Christensen. Judy Vander Linden, Elaine Goldsboro. —49— Sand Row One John Riduut. Linda Kapfer. Michalea Owens, Sam Hennini;. Karen Clausen, Steve Cervi Carolyn Wilson Carole Johnson Esther Larson. Mary Johnson. Row Two Max Gillmore, Joe Godfroy, Doug Nicolet, Jack Gordon. Rex Fallis. Donna Swanson, Gary Fox. Mary Ann Nordel, Larry Brennan Tom Fergus. Judy Hays. Row Three Bryan Hall, Jim Leseney. Bob Brown, Duane Perry, Jack Boiler, Randy Boyd, Bob Swan Gary Pulley, Bob Hobson. Gerald Wright. Mary Whitson. Row Four -Mr. Killinger. Everett Kemp. Jon VanDusseldoi p. Harold Vinsel Jim Channon. Tom Turner, Jarrell Cox, Terry Mitchell, Bob Ketch. Jim Mayse, Dennis Jackson. Walt Wickwire. Susan Colwell. Pam Bradley New to North High this year is Karl Killinger, band director. Under his supervision, the band participates in all home football and basketball games, the Cerebral Palsy game, and the Armed Forces and Drake Relays parades. Also they were given the honor of marching for the Veishea parade at Ames. The band also gives a school concert, plays at the senior graduation exercises, the Spring Music Festival, and gives concerts at Warren Har- ding, Washington Irving, and Benjamin Franklin junior highs. Organized this year, the North High Dance Band offers some of North ' s musicians the opportunity to play popular music. They are frequently requested to play at our school dances and in the talent assemblies. hance Sand Row One Larry Brennan. Linda Kapfer. Tom Fergus, Donna Swanson, Rex Fallis, Mary Ann Nordell. Mr. Kil- linger. Row Two Bob Hobson. Bryan Hall, Jim Leseney, Everett Kemp, Jon VanDusseldorp, Harold Vinsel Row Three Susan Colwell, Pam Bradley, Jim Mayse. Bob Ketch. —50— Highlight Dill Cop|K ck and Diane Lefler in " Letters to Lucerne. " The jrirls ' school in " Letters to Lucerne. " A girls ' school situated in Switzerland during World War 1 was the setting for the fall semester all school play, " Letters to Lucerne. " Turning in fine performances were: Olga Kirinski Marilyn Harvey Gustave Jack Gordon Erna Schmidt Diana Lefler Gretchen Linder Jeanine Barney Hans Schmidt Bill Coppock Margarette Julia Maltes Mrs. Hunter Jean Grubbs Bingo Hill Susan Taylor Felice Renoir Barbara Emanuel Sally Jackson Sandra Sevedge Marion Curwood Roberta Fuller Francois Pat Snodgrass Koppler Steve Gibbons Solveg Larson Vicki King Angela Diane Lamberti Miss Hartswig Mary Masters " Stage Door " written by Edna Ferber and George S. Kaufman was chosen for the spring semester school play. Members of the cast were: Olga Brandt Sheila Dickson Little Mary Jeannine Ramey Bernice Niemeyer Leona VanVeen Madeleine Vauclain Sandy Botsford Judith Canfield Barbara Emanuel Ann Bradock Bonnie Travis Kaye Hamilton Sandy Sevedge Linda Shaw Becky Wright Jean Maitland Susan Taylor Bobby Melrose Vicki King Louise Mitchell Louise Henderson Susan Page Donna Perish Pat Devine Darlene DeCarlo Kendall Adams Mary Whitson Terry Randall Roberta Fuller Mrs. Orcutt Jean Grubbs Frank Pat Snodgrass Sam Hastings Joe Page Jimmy Devereaux Don Hammon Fred Powell Mike Rubel Lou Milhauser Steve Gibbons David Kingsley Jack Gordon Keith Burgess Paul Littlewood Mrs. Shaw _ Janice Lafferty Dr. Randall Dennis Forker Larry Westcott Bill Howard Adolph Gretzel Mike Fletcher —51— Row One- Carol Musso. Sandy Vaught, Delores Sims, Jeri Sylvester, Carolyn Welch. Row Two Peres Emmons, Mr. Chatt, John Gryening, Phillip Parks, Jerry Watson, Steve Sutton. Making posters for various cam- paigns and activities, decorating the stage for assemblies and school plays is the job given to the Art Commit- tee. This year ' s committee under the supervision of Mrs. Sara Edmiston and Orville Chatt also made decora- tions for North ' s Dolphin Show. Committee chairman was Jeri Syl- vester. Row One Patsy Lovell, Virginia Ziebell, Margaret Lovell, Sue Erickson, Pat Spur- ling. Row Two— Carol Rushing, Mary Ann Howard. Peggy Larson, Mrs. Edminston. —52— Atkktia Co-Captain LARKY KURMEL Row One Bill Coi i ock. Tom Wilson, Herman BarinK, Bill Howard. Lucius Ashby. Marvin Moore, Larry Coppola, Dick Duncan, Bob Lorey. Tom Drake. Row Two Jim Stout. Dick McCauley. Jack Scott, John Losee. Pete Royal, Larry Kurmel, Ken Rollins, Frank Wolf, Dennis Smith, Mike Gunson. Row Three Mike Hanna, Kent Wildrick. Steve Schneckloth, Jim Miller, Bob Brown, Kick Nelson, Imants Papedis, Grant Van Dom. Row Four- Bill Sashse, Alex Glann, Bob Hammon, Jim Jorsrensen, Gary Jones, Gary Hedfipeth, Steve Oliver, Tom Dorsey. Row Five- Dick Phillips, Gary Echternacht, Don Pulley, Rick Reay, Bob Ketch, Dennis Jackson. Bob White, Jay Orr. Row Six -Coach Puith, Dr. Chambua, Tom Turner, Ron Zieifler. Tom Hetherinitton, ReKgie Fowler, Paul Littlewood, Dr. Simpsun, Coach Koroch. Co-Captain BILL COPPOCK Sophomore Football Row One Eddie Sarsfield, Mike Larson, Herman Mure, David Brehm, Fred McDonald, Bruce Thomas. Row Two Coach Don Powell, Dale Harman, (Jerry Fehn, Doug Aamoth, Phil Sackett, Leo Barry, Coach Don Graves. Row Three Dave An- derson, Rex Fallis, Bob Parrish. Jack Allen, Pat Moran, Art Bocock, Mgr. Row Four Mike Bockert, Bradley Smith, Craig Milhollin, Mike Kennedy, Kick Nehrling, Gene Stout, Bob Turpin, Mgr. Absentees Gene Tourquist. Under the coaching of Don Powell and Don Graves, the sophomore football team won four games and lost three. Mr. Powell said, " The boys improved tremendously after the first two games against East and Tech. " Jntkall Action A new face was added to North ' s athletic staff this year as Coach Ray Pugh was introduced to the 1960 football team. Hampered with injuries throughout the year, the Polar Bears, showing desire and determination, produced an impres- sive season. Coming from behind in the final second of the traditional game with East High, North won 7-6 for the first time in 14 years. Varsity Sophomore North North 7 6 East 0 12 East 6 6 Mason City 20 13 Ankeny 19 13 Fort Dodge 12 52 Tech 1 21 Tech Newton canceled 6 14 Boone 0 19 Roosevelt 14 30 Roosevelt 12 7 Lincoln 0 2 Lincoln 19 0 Dowling Dowling canceled —56— —57— VafMtif Sa ketkall Row One Jack Passwaters, Tom Dorsey, Jay Orr, Bob Parish, Gary Echternacht, Jim Jorgenson, Mike Snoik- Row Two — Gary Kniirht, Tom Drake, Dick McCauley, Paul Jorirenson, Bill Coppock, Larry Kurmel, Bob Ellist.n, Ray Hall. CO-CAPTAIN LARRY KURMEL The basketball team gave North something to be proud of this year as they tied East High for the City Championship. Handicapped with a height disadvantage, the Bears ended with a 12 wins, 7 loss record. Larry Kurmel, North ' s play-maker and most outstanding player, was named guard on the Reg- ister and Tribune ' s all-city first team. Dick Mc- Cauley was appointed to the second team, and Bill Coppock and Paul Jorgensen were on the honor roll. Through hard work and inspiring desire, Coach Lyle produced a winning team for North. CO-CAPTAIN PAUL JORGENSON Junior Varsity —58— Varsity Swimming Row One Larry Dorr, Tom Brown, Dennis Lindsay, Dave Brown, Ken Swan. Row Two — Bob Swan, Tom Wilson, Paul Littlewood, Marty Liepa, Jan Guely, Steve Schneckloth. Row Three Coarh Harry Mortensen, Dave McLaughlin, Rex Fallis, Everett Kemp. John BoUlis, Kick Reay, Manager John Hurley. Absentees Herman Baring, Larry Cook, Steve Huntoon, Dick Miller, John Hidout, Doug Robinson, Ed Simons, Denny Smith. The North High swimming team had a fair season, winning 4, losing 7, and tying 1. Coach Harry Mortensen was handicapped in the middle of the season, losing five mid-semester graduate swimmers. Dennis Lindsay, captain, proved North ' s outstanding swimmer, taking second in the state meet. Dave Brown is North ' s most promising swim- mer for next year. The tankers took second in the city meet, fifth in the district, and ninth in the state. Dennis Smith was city champion back stroker. CAPTAIN DENNIS LINDSAY Row One — Larry Jensen, Dick Nelson, Larry Huffaker, Tom Roush, Harold Vinsel. Row Two — Gary Smith, Tom Liguori, Jack Brown, Wes Donnelly, Bill Burdick, Kent Wildrick. —59— CAPTAIN MARVIN MOORE Row One C.erald Brown, Ron Kelderman, Verdo White, Arvel Windsor, Jack Porter, Ted Russell, Terry Prettyman. Row Two Jim Shaffer, Leo Chancellor, Lucius Ashby, Leonard Madison, Marvin Moore, Rudy Rowland, Ken Boatwriirht, Larry Coppola. Row Three Mike Hanna, Jim Miller. Mike Flesher, Alex Cllann, Imants Pape.!i . Bob Lorey, Bill Sachse. Handicapped with only one returning varsity letterman, the North grapplers had a fairly suc- cessful season. Coached by Richard Eisenlauer, the matmen won 6, lost 6, and tied 1. Marvin Moore was North ' s outstanding wrestler as he was undefeated in dual competition in the 145 pound class. He was city and district champion along with Verdo White, who was city champ in the 133 pound class. Imants Papedis, Jim Miller, and Marvin represented North in the state meet at Iowa City. All three were defeated in the quarter-final matches. District Champions Jim Miller, Marvin Moore, Imants Papedis. —60— Row One— Dennis Seward. Craig Forrest. John Areola, Dick Aycock. Jerry Harderson, Dave Anderson. John Reese. Row Two Dave Claycomb, Pat Moran, Jerry Neve. Herman Mure. Jim Marlow. Gene Torn- quist, Art Bocock (Manager). Row Three Dave Slaughter, Ron Ziesler. Bryon Walker. Edward Pepper, Dave Weckman, Mike Campbell. Bob Cook. —61— Senior Track Row One Herman Barinj?, Bill Howard, Ernest Burke, Gary Johnson, Dave DeCarlo, Verdo White, David Hoi I inK worth. Kow Two Bi-yan Walker, Jon LOOM, Doug Robinson, Harold LettinKton, Tom Bond, Dick Miller. Row Three Frank Wolf. Bob CutriRht. Pete Royal, Tom Hetherinjrton, Kent Wildrick, Mr. Lyle. The Cross Country team coached by Mr. Lyle had a fine season this fall. The team was undefeated in dual meets. In the State meet the Cross Country team took fifth in the mile, and fifth in the Cross Country. They also took fifth in the Augustine meet. Dave DeCarlo, Gary Johnson, Harold LettinKton, Wesley Donnelly, Ernest Burke, Neil Leighter, Jim Carter, Roland Griffith, David HollinKworth. —62— Sophomore Row One Marvin Parker, Larry Jensen, John Gates, John Casey, Dennis Seward, Wesley Donnelly, Richard Nehrling, Craig Forrest, Dave Anderson, Ronnie Bradford, Jim Clark. Row Two — Mr. Powell, Eugene Tornquist, Jim Oxenreider, Dave Brehm, Bob Parks. Neil Leighter, Roland Griffith, Steve Wadden, Mike Huston. Row Three Elvin Chatfield, Dave Claycomh, Jack Brown, Mike Bockert, Bob Parrish. Alan Runner, Jim Fox, Ron Danielson. 7?ack The track team, coached by Jim Lyle, has a traditionally strong team. Hampered at the beginning of the season by the weather, the boys im- proved rapidly. In the city indoor track meet held at the Drake field house, North placed fourth. Junior Row One Dennis Jacksen, Arvel Windsor, Everett Kemp, Jim Carter, Andrew Fant, Brian Bracken. Row Two Gary K.-htrrnncht , .lark B lk-r. I, any Ht dK( «-th. Gt-rry Hardersen, Lee Phillips, Sieve GlbbOM. Row Three Mr. Mortensen, Jim Miller, Richard Ritchie, Bob Milinsky, Gary Fox, Bob Brown. —63— Row One — Coach Pugh, Jay Orr. Larry Kurmel, Tom Wilson, Gary Knight, Jim Jorgensen. Mike Hanna, Dave Gallon, Dick McCauley, Tom Dorsey. Row Two John Dickkut, Bob Kaufman, Lloyd Graham, Sam Henning, Mike Schamerhorn, Bob Turpen, Tom Turner, Bob Hamman, Dave Brady, Doug Henwood (equipment manager). The voice of Coach Ray Pugh was a new one to the boys on the baseball team this year. Five varsity returning lettermen gave North a strong infield, and a well balanced outfield was produced with the other returning boys. Effort and desire obtained many victories. Sophomore Baseball Row One Craig Millhollin, Gene Stout, Gerry Fehn, Rick Lyons, Dick McDonald, Lee Bullington, Bill Green. Pat Moran. Row Two- Ed Tinker (manager), Dale Doudna (manager), Neal Fruerhelm, Ray Hall, Brad Smith, Jack Allen, Stan Greenwood, Mike Larson (manager). —64— Burriick, Tom Fergus. Row Two Ed Austin, Stan Peterson, Charles Pattern, Ken Swan, Tom Ligrouri, Norman Johnson, Lee Kness, Jack Passwaters. TehhU During 1 the fall the boys tennis team took third place in the City Tour- nament. The spring team came back with three lettermen and a few boys who had a little experience. The girls tennis team, coached by Orval Knee, had two returning letter winners, Linda Strong and Margo Rockwell. Margo, singles city champion in 1960, did an exceptionally fine job again this year. Row One Orval Knee (coach), Gayla Griffin, Samlra Stonic. Joyce YounKberft, Sue Colwell, Mary Ellen Osborn, Michalea Owens, Dixie Hackman. Marilyn Adair, Linda Strong. Row Two Pat Allen, Karen Clinfcman, Sue Bruett, Nora Patterson, Linda Smith, Janet Hutchinsen. —65— The Wheel of Fortune " Treasure Island " was the theme of this year ' s Dolphin Show, which raised over 900 dollars for the stadium fund. Linda Knudsen was the Dolphin qi.een, and her court was composed of Nancy Romp, Judy Fong, Jackie Dunshee, Darlene DeCarlo, Carolyn Welch, and Linda Smith. Members of the first team were Joan Hutchins, Linda Knudson, Darlene DeCarlo, and Jackie Lyle, who will later represent North in the State Meet to be held at Marshalltown. Under the direction of Mrs. Theresa Anderson, North has become fa- mous for its synchronized swimmers and will continue to take top honors in state and national meets. Blues in the Night —67— Life North ' s life saving pro- gram, the largest in the United States, is under the direction of Mrs. Theresa Anderson. Jobs as a life guard can be obtained as a result of life saving. Many tests must be passed before the girls qualify. To become a junior life saver one has to swim 100 yards, know how to admin- Kfiw One Joanne Slack, Diane Green, Kathy McKiernan, Roswitha Popken, Michalea Owens. Row Two — Pam Braunschweig. Maureen Seaboch, Myrna Parks, Bonnie Barlow, Chris Swanson. Row Three Carol Musso, Linda Wy- ant. Sue Andrew, Sheila McKinstry. Jnnet Hutchinsen. Student Mrs. Theresa Anderson and Mrs. Mary Helen Muell depend on the ass istance of student leaders with their physical education in vari- ous ways. The girls help by lead- ing exercises, refereeing Row Ont Judy Hays, Pam Brad- ley, Dianne Lamberti, Barb Oliver, Jeri Sylvester. Row Two — Linda Smith. Ruthie Bengtson, Kathy Knauth, Janice Arnold, Diane Green. Row Three — Dorothy Johnson, Linda Howard, Mary Crawford, Bobbye Coppola, Maggie Da- vis, Becky Ross. —68— Saving ister mouth to mouth resus- citation, apply treatment following recovery, get a body from the bottom of the pool, and pass other tests. Senior life savers have to pass tests including swimming one-quarter mile, supporting a drowning per- son in place for one minute, and writing a 500 word es- say on resuscitation treat- ment and care. Kow One Diane Mueller, Cheryl Teater, Connie Galloway, Connie Davis, Sandy Faskins. Row Two Betty Jo Parish, Al ice Olsan, Kay McConnell, Bobbye Coppola, Jackie Brilz. Row Three Karolyn Carley, Mary Nordell, Anita Johnson. Kathy Donahue, Pat Sayre. Row Four Penny Parson, Bev- erly Adams, Mary Beth Hardin, Mary Tyler, Linda Strong. Leaders games, taking roll, doing office work and other odd jobs. They also help with life saving and synchro- nized swimming programs. Requirements for a stu- dent leader is a grade aver- age of " 3 " and a distinct quality of leadership. Row One Phyllis Moses. Diane Green. Judy Green, Connie Davis, Kathy Mc- Connell, Karolyn Carley. Row Two- Betty Hutton, Carolyn Wilson, Connie Galloway, Joyce Loftus, Kathy Dona- hue, Linda Clark. Row Three Caro- lyn Smith, Mary Jo Hamill, Mary Beth Hardin. Janet Hutchinen, Rosemary Light, Jiuly DeVore. Rope Jumpers READY-O. LET ' S GO - - - Coach Theresa Anderson should be very proud of this year ' s rope jumpers. The girls won first place in both the North High Fun Night show and KRNT ' s State Fair Talent Search. Their other activities include performing on Teens on Screen on WHO-TV, the North-Roosevelt game, and at Veteran ' s Hospital. Captain was Modine Upchurch. Flag Twirlers Playing an important part in the fall and win- ter sports is the Flag Twirlers. The girls per- form at pep assemblies, and during intermissions at football and basket- ball games. This year the Flag Twirlers also marched in the Drake Relays pa- rade and at the Veisha Parade in Ames, Iowa. Carl Killinger is the faculty sponsor for the girls. Roberta Fuller was the captain for the past year. Row Onfr Dianne Lamberti, Mary Beth Hardin, Diane Wing. Row Two Le Ann Sutherland, Linda Knudson, Kathy Johnson, Judy Burch, Roberta Fuller. Majorettes Leading the North High Band at all foot- ball games is the honor given to the majorettes. The majorettes, under the direction of Carl Kil- linger, also performed at basketball games and in the Drake Relays and Veisha parades. Kathy Williams, Linda Smith, Rosewitha Popken. —71— Pep HaJetA Row One — Marsha Free, Joyce Loftus, Karen Miller, Betty Hutton, Linda Marshall, Jackie Dunshee, Kaye Harjehausen. Row Two Mr. Walter Gronert, Cheryl Teater, Judy Gangestad, Mary Pilgrim, Kaidine Philpott, Nancy Stout, Pam Peterson, Judy DeVore, Mr. William Schuermann. Row Three Carolyn Smith, Barbara Bark, Charlette Paxton, Jodeil Keyes, Judy Green, Nan Jerome, Sandy Sevedge, Paula Riley. Row Four- Donna Chance, Jolene Renaker, Mary Anne Anderson, Sue Bruett. Barbara Peterson, Mary Kay Hinkle, Sandy Wayne, Sue Lytle, Pam Peterson. The North High Pep Kadets with Cathy Wallace as Colonel performed at basketball games and football games this past year. Being the first precision drill team in the city, the girls appeared in the Annual Veishea Parade at Ames, Iowa. Upon the graduation of Cathy, the girls were led by Betty Hutton, Major, and Joyce Loftus, Captain. Performing with the Pep Kadets this year were the newly formed Drummeretts. Marilyn Adair, Dixie Overton, Donna Savage, Barbara Bertrand, Bev Mooney, Janice Arnold. —72— Varsity Cheerleaders Mary Ellen Evnns, Karen Pengs, Diane Lefler, Karolyn Carley. Roberta Wells, Kathy McConnell, Betty Peterson, Barbara Emanuel. The North High cheerleaders, under the direction of Miss Louise Mc- Caughan, play an important part in all extra curricular activities. It is their duty to maintain and improve the school spirit with peppy songs and cheers. This year the cheerleaders received new cheerleading outfits for the baseball and track seasons. Second Team Cheerleaders Row One Jackie Peters, Jolene Burrows. Row Two Carolyn Criirsby. Janet Ct ok. Judy Vander Linden. Row Three — Carolyn Wilson, Carol Accordino, Kathy McKiernan, Barbara Barsetti, Marge Tyree, Bonnie Barlow. —73— 9H The girls golf team with two returning letter winners hope to have another suc- cessful season. Diane McCauley and Jodell Keyes, letter winners, are expected to do an excellent job. Mrs. Theresa Anderson, coach of the golf team, is looking forward to the other returning member LeAnn Sutherland. Row One LeAnn Sutherland, Pat Sheldon, Diane Winir, Mary Jo Hamill. Row Two Judy Reynolds, Kalhy Johnson, Diane McCauley, Jodell Keyes, Kathy McCon- nell, MagKte Davies. The boys golf team, coached by Mrs. Theresa Anderson, is expected to do an exceptionally fine job again this year. The team had two re- turning lettermen, Paul Jorgensen, and Larrv Dorr. Row One— Larry Dorr, Nile Ilea, Leo Chancellor, Fred Chipps. Row Two John Rutherford, Ed Mc- Collom, Paul Jontensen, Theresa Anderson (coach), Bill Kern, Don Peterson. —74— 04e tc %ttk Hiqk Mixed emotions, how strange they are. There are tears in our eyes, but joy, hope, and a sense of adventure in our hearts. Before us lies an entire world, one with plenty of room. Behind tis — an expenence packed three years. You have been a good teacher, North, in everything. Our boys have acquired well co-ordinated bodies and a sense of sports- manship through your athletic programs. Our girls too were active — in synchronized swimming, drill team, majorettes, rope jumping, and cheerleading . Our leaders have learned the skills of organization from your Student Council and various committees. We have shared with you that inner glow as we have cheered loudly and proudly for your teams, been moved at your plays and printed your paper. We are especially devoted to the friends toe have made in your students, faculty and administration. We as seniors must leave these precious memories behind. But in their place we carry forth North High within our minds and hearts, scholastically trained and ready to face the unknown adult world. The senior class of June, 1961 leaves behind the best school in the entire state, and go forth as living documents of your perfection. denier Oau 1961 PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT MOORK. ROBERT FRANCIS " Bob " Student Council 3, 7, 8 ; Judicial Board 4 ; Halls Committee 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Home Room Presi- dent 3 ; Vice President 4, 7 ; All-city Council Executive Board 8 ; Football 4, 6 . Basketball 3, 4 ; Baseball 3, 5, 7 ; Intramurals 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Class President 8 ; Senior Commence- ment Committee 8. Success is his middle name. SECRETARY LINN. SUSAN KAY " Susie- Usher Committee 6, 7 ; Service and Hed Cross 7, 8 ; Home Room Secretary 6 ; Home Room Treasurer 3 ; Spanish Club 3, 4. 5, 6 ; Amis Unidos 7, 8 ; Treasurer 7 ; Pep Club 4, 5, 6 ; Pencil Pushers 4, 5 : Life Saving 6, B ; Bowl- ing 6, 8 ; Senior Cass Secretary 8 : Executive Board 8 ; Nurse ' s Assistant 6 ; Oracle Re- porting 7 : Oracle Editorial Staff 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8 : Kiwanis Representative 8 ; Sen- ior Commencement Committee 8. A merry maid, and pretty too, a combination fuund in few. TREASURER LEE. SUSAN KAY " Sulee " Home Room Treasurer 6 ; Service and Red Cross Committee 4. 5, Secretary 6, 7, 8; Con- cessions Foreman 5, 6. 7 ; Pep Club 5 ; Bowling League Secretary 8 ; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Class Treasurer 8 ; Executive Board 8 ; Class Night Committee 8. Always pleasant, always sweet: one of the best; just can ' t be beat. Jahuafij Officer BOYS REPRESENTATIVE HINTOO.N. STEVEN MARAIS " Steve " Member of Judicial Board 8 ; Home Room President 4 ; Home Room Treasurer 3, 8 ; Saturday Chemistry 6, 7 ; Saturday Physics 6. 7 ; Golf 3, 4. 6. 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8 ; Student Leader 7. 8 ; Senior Class Executive Board Memeber 8 ; Senior Com- mencement Committee 8 ; Kiwanis Represent- ative 8. Knowledge is equivalent to force. HISTORIAN McGOWAN, JANICE KAY " Jan " Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 5; Future Teach- ers Club 3, A, 5, Secretary 6, 8 ; Service and Red Cross Committee 4; Orchestra 3; Band 3, 4. 5, 6, 7 ; All-City Band 7, 8 : Historian Senior Class 8 ; Member of Executive Board 8 ; Banquet Committee 8 ; Oracle Reporting 7 ; Oracle Editor 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Office assistant 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Counseling Secretary 8 ; Kiwanis Representative 8. A friend to every lad and lass, a credit to the senior class. GUNSON, MICHAEL THOMAS " Mike " Home Room President S ; Home Room Vice President 8 ; Football 4, 6, 8 ; Swimming 3, 5 ; Baseball 3, 5, 7; Intramurals 3, 5; Life Sav- ing 4 ; Athletic Manager 5 ; Senior Class Vice President 8 ; Kiwanis Representative 8. He has a studious look, but looks are some- times deceiving. GIRLS REPRESENTATIVE PETERSON. BETTY ANN " Betty " Judicial Board 5. 6, 7 f 8: Art Committee 6, f ; Home Room Secretary 3, 5, 7 ; Assistant Secretary 4. fi : Latin Club 3, 4, B, 6, 7, 8: Treasurer 5 ; Future Teacher ' s Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8: Historian 8: Debutantes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4. 5. 6, 7, 8 : Cheerleading 3. 6. 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 : Girls Glee Club 3 : A Capnella Choir 4. 5, 6, 7. 8 : Cheer Leader 8 : Girls ' Representative 8. A word, a . ' mile, a girl worthwhile. TREASURER LAMBERT, DONNA MAE " Donna " Concessions 6, 7 ; Home Room Vice-President 5 ; Secretary 6 ; Treasurer 6 : Pep Club 5, 6 ; Girls ' Glee Club 8 : Life Saving 5, 6 : Senior Class Treasurer 8. A girl like her we seldom meet. —76— ANTHONY. ROBERT JOSEPH " Bob " Home Room president 7 : Vice-president I ; Usher committee 6, 7, 8 ; Halls committee 6, 6, 7 ; Prom committee 8 ; Kiwanis represent- ative 8. He is capable of his highest ambition. E « APA, SUE VIRGINIA " Sue " Early to bed. early to rise isn ' t a lot of fun. BART LETT. WILLIAM HAROLD " Wild Bill " Home Room Vice-President 7 ; Home Room Treasurer 8; Orchestra S, 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Football 4; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. He may be shy. hut he knows all the answers. BITTLE. RICHARD STEVEN " Dick- Home Room President 3; Home Room Vice- Pre sident 6 ; Home Room Secretary ; Member Senior Reception Committee. Mischief is his middle name, hut he ' s a swell guy just the same. BLYTIIE. EDKER WILLIAM A Cappella Chorus 8, Cheerleader " Ed " Senior Breakfast Committee 8. A careful student, careful not to overdo. BROWN, THOMAS ALLEN " Tom " Stage Committee Chairman 7 ; Latin Club 4 ; Citizenship Committee 5 ; Stage Crew 4, 5, G, 7 ; Chairman 8 ; Saturday Physics 6 ; Golf 3 ; Tennis 4, 5, 7 ; Swimming 4, 6, 8 ; Intra- murals 5, 7 ; Student Leader 6 ; Life Saving 7 ; Senior Mixer Committee Chairman 8. Some think the world is made for fun and frolic . . . and so do I. CALHOUN, LINDA CAROL " Cagey- Home Room President 7 : Vice President 8 ; Art Service Club 3 (East); Pep Club 6; Re- ception Committee 7 ; Bowling League 7, 8 ; Intramurals 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 : Oracle reporter 7 ; Page editor 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. Her cheeks were kissed by angels, but the devil ' s in her eyes. CALIGER. ROGER KENT " Roger " Home Room President 8; HiY (Tech) 3, 4; President 3 ; Vice President 4 ; Chess Club (Tech) 5, 6; President 6; Basketball iTechl 4 ; Golf fTech) 6 ; Swimming (Tech) 6 ; Basketball (Tech) 4, (North) 7; Intramurals 7, 8; Student Leader (Tech) 5; Senior Ban- quet Committee 8. With eyes like those, how can he fail? CARLSON. DAVID ARTHUR " Da« " Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Art Committee 8 ; Halls Committee 5, 6, 7 ; Home Room Presi- dent 6 ; Saturday Chemistry 6 ; Saturday Physics 7; Basketball G; Golf 3: Tennis 4, 5, 6, 7; Swimming 4, 5, 6 : Intramurals 4, 5, 1, 8 : Student Leader 7. 8 ; Senior Prom Com- mittee 8 ; Kiwanis Representative 8. Whether to be good or great is a problem for debate. CASTLE. PATRICIA JOANNE " Patty " Usher Committee 7, 8 ; Home Room Secretary 5 ; Home Room Asst. Secretary 3, 4 ; Spanish Club 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Pep Club 3, 4 ; Debutantes 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Cheer Leader 3, 4, 5 ; Bowling G ; Teacher ' s secretary ; Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8. The same sweet girl to all she meets. CLARK, CRAIG BAKER " Craig " Citizenship Committee 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Movie Oper- ator 3, 4, 5 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Orchestra 3, 4 ; Boys ' Glee Club 6 ; A Cappella Choir 5. 6, 7, 8 ; Member of Cast " Berkley Square " 7 ; Baseball 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 : Senior Baccalaureate Committee 8. He would stop St. Peter ' s roll call to ask a question. CLARK. PATRICIA ANN " Pat " DAHL, CARLEEN MARY Concessions Committee 3, 4, " Carleen 8 ; Member of cast " The Passion Play " (Council Bluffs) ; Senior Banquet Committee. Whatever she does, she does with ease. Home Room Secretary 6 ; Class Night Com- mittee 8. To every day she brings good cheer, and so we like to have her near. COOK, LARRY RAY " Larry- Home Room Secretary 6, 6, Home Room Treasurer 4 ; Biology-Chemistry Club 5 ; Halls Committee 8; Saturday Biology 6, 7: Foot- ball 4 ; Baseball 3, 5 ; Swimming 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 3, A, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Life Saving 6 : Student Manager 6 ; Senior Breakfast Committee 8. Not very small; in fact, quite tall; his good nature is loved by all. ■ —77— DIXON, RONALD ALLEN Does the best at all he tries. •Ron - ' DRAKE, THOMAS ROSCOE " Tom " Student Council President 8 : Judicial Board 6 ; Home Room Vice-President 3 ; Home Room Treasurer 4 ; Latin Club 3, 4 ; Intra Des Moines Student Council 6, 7 ; Football 4, 6, 8 ; Basketball 3, 6, 8 ; Track 3. 6, 7 ; Student Leader 6 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 ; Kiwanis Representative. To be handsome, witty and an athlete is in- deed a combination hard to beat. DUNCAN, RICHARD FRANKLIN A typical all around good fellow. " Dick " BLINGS, CAROL MARIE " Carol " Home Room Sec reta ry 8 ; Horn e Room Treas- urer 5; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 4, 5, 6 ; Usher Committee 7, 8 ; Halls Committee 5, fi ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Kiwanis Repre- sentative 8. Like a sunbeam on a rainy day. ELLIS. ROBERT CHARLES Mystery lies in this boy ' s eyes. " Bob " EVANS, MARY ELLEN " Mouse " Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 5, 6. 7, 8 ; Secretary 8 ; Future Teachers Club 6. 7. 8; Secretary 8; Historian 7; Pep Club 4, 5, 8 ; F. T. A. Cadet 8 ; Girls Glee Club 3. 7, 8 ; Cheer Leader 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee Chairman 8. Small, but so is a stick of dynamite. FARR, DONALD JERRY " Jerry " Home Room President 8 ; Home Room Treas- urer 6 ; Citizenship Committee 4, 5 ; Stage Crew 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Electrician 6, 7 ; Tennis A, 5, 6 ; Baseball 3 ; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Life Saving 4 ; Senior Prom Committee 8. A steady man is he. FISHER, EDWARD LEE " Ed " Orchestra 3, 4, 5; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit. FOWLER, TRAVIS JEROME, JR. " Travis " Home Room Treasurer 3 ; Boys ' Glee Club 8 ; Basketball 3, 4 ; Track 3, 4, 6. (Mass periods should be ten minutes long — five to come and five to go. GRAY, MYRA JOl " Joy " Girls ' Glee Club 7, 8 ; Bowling G ; Announce- ment Committee. Silence is golden. FUNK, JUDITH ANN " Judy- Girls ' Glee Club 7, 8; Announcement Commit- tee. Crazy, cute, but taken. HANOVER LARRY LEE " Larry " What I want to get out of school most is myself. HARVEY, MARILYN K. " Harv " ' Concessions Committee 4, Foreman 6, Secre- tary fi, 7, 8; Vice President 6, 7; Bookkeeper 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5 ; Pep Club 3, 4; Pencil Pushers Club 4, 5 ; Sub Deb Club 3, 4 ; Red Cross Committee 7 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 5 ; A Cappella Choir 6, 7, 8 ; Member of Cast " Berkeley Square " 7, " Letters to Lucerne " 8 ; Senior Class Night Committee 8 ; Oracle Re- porting Staff 7 ; Athletic Bookkeeper 4, 6, 6. Heaven will protect the actress. HAYWARD, MICHAEL CLYDE " Mike " Judicial Board A, 5, 6 ; Home Room President 6 ; President 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; All City Band 6, 7, 8 ; Wrestling 5, 6, 7 ; Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Chairman Senior Bac- calau reate Committee 8 ; Kiwan is Represen t- ative 8. A likable boy with a likable way, he ' s happy and cheerful throughout each day. —78— BOLT, KDWARD DALE " Ed " I do not rhooHe to run for president. JOHNSON. HELEN JANICE " Skip " Home Room Treasurer 7 ; Debutantes 3, 4, 6 ; Pep Club 4, 5, 6 ; Spanish Club 3 ; Conces- sions Committee 5, Foreman 6 ; Swimming 4, 5 ; Cheerleading 3, 4. A pleasing smile and a winning way. She ' ll stay in our hearts for many a day. HON, PAULETTE KAY " Paulette " Usher Committee 6, 7; Service and Red Cross 3, 6, 7 ; Chairman 7 ; Home Room Secretary 4 ; Home Room Treasurer 6; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Girls ' Glee Club 6, 7 ; A Cappella Chorus 8 ; Nurse ' s Office 4, 6 ; Senior Banquet Com- mittee Chairman 8. She had so many bright ideas that her hair turned red. JOHNSON. ROGER MARION " Roger " Extra Curricular Activities Committee 6, 7 ; Home Room Vice President 3 ; Football 4 ; Wrestling 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Office Assistant 8 ; Kiwanis Representative 8. All the world loves a lover, till he complicates the parking problem ! HUKILL, KAYE ELLEN " Katy " Concessions Special Events Committee; Home Room Secretary 8; Girls ' Glee Club 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. With her there is never a dull moment. KAUFFMAN, KENT BURNELL " Kent " Home Room President 6 ; Treasurer 5 ; Usher Committee 7 ; Football 4, 8 ; Basketball 4 ; Intramurals 4, 5, 7, 8; Senior Prom Com- mittee 8. Early to bed, early to rise, isn ' t a bit of fun. HUNTBACH, CHARLES C. " Charlie " Intramurals 4, 6, 8 ; Senior Class Night Com- mittee 8. Beware. I may do something great yet. KIPPER. ROSE MARIE " Rose Marie " Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6 (Omaha, Neb.) ; Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, 6 (Omaha) ; Girls ' Athletic Associa- tion 3, 4, 5, 6 (Omaha) ; Future Homemakers of America 5 (Omaha) ; Senior Reception Committee 8. Tall, stunning and so attractive. IBSON, GARY B. " Gary " Art Committee 8; Home Room President 7; Basketball 4, 5, 6 ; Track 6, 7 ; Questionnaire Committee 8. He has a method in his calmness. KLINGAMAN, JUDITH ELLEN " Judy " Usher Committee 8; Costume Committee 3, 4, 5, (i ; Service and Red Cross Committee 5, 6 ; Future Teachers Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 3, 4 ; Pep Club 5, 6, 7 ; Life Saving 4, 5; Senior Breakfast Committee 8. It ' s not the questions that bother me; it ' s the answe rs. ISEMINGER. DONNA MAE " Donna " Home Room Assistant Secretary 8; Art Com- mittee 8; Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8. Someone stole her heart. KOKTK. SANDRA JEAN " Sandy- Home Room Secretary 3 ; Pep Club 3, 4 ; Sub Debs 3 ; Red Cross 3, 4 ; Life Saving. Trouble is for those that let it worry them. IVERS, CONNIE LOUISE " Connie " Band 3, 4, 5. 6, 8 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3. 4 ; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 8. Hon sweet sounds the voice of this maiden. KUENKEL, WILLIAM WARD " Bill- Member P. A. Committee 5, 6. I wish there was some other way of starting the day besides waking up. —79— LEFLER, DIANA JO " Jo " Home Room President 8 ; Secretary 5 ; Treas- urer 4: Saturday Biology 5; Pep Club 4, 8; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5; Amis Unidos 6, Vice President 7, President 8 ; Member of Cast " Letters to Lucerne " 8 ; Golf 7 ; Swimming 7 ; Life Saving 6. 7 ; Cheer Leader 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 ; Nurse ' s Office Assistant 4, 6, 7, 8. Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm. MALMANGER. EILEEN RUTH " Eileen " Costume Committee 4, 5 ; Home Room Secre- tary 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, B ; Senior Bacca- laureate Committee 8. It ' s nice to be natural when you ' re naturally nice. LIGHON. SHARON RA YE Nice to know. " Sharon " LIMKE, DANIEL RAY " Dan " A little shy at first, but he makes up for it later. LOCKE, JAMES ROBERT " Kaye " Football 4 ; Baseball 3 ; Intra-murals 5, 6, 7, 8: Senior Class Night Committee 8; Oracle Mailing Editor 8: Oracle Reporting Staff 7. I knew I could do it. Mom. LONGDEN, THOMAS EDMUND " Tom " Citizenship Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room Vice President 6; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5; Amis Unidos 6, 7, 8; Pencil Pushers 4, 5; Senior Questionnaire Committee 8 ; Oracle Reporter 7 ; Feature Editor 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. True to his work, his word, his friends. LOUPEE, MARYANN " Maryann " - I think I think more than you think — I think. McEWEN. PHYLLIS ELAINE " Phyll " Usher Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 8 ; Costume Committee 3, 4, 5 ; Chairman 6 ; Halls Committee 5, 6 ; Concessions Committee ( ; Service and Red Cross Committee 7, 8 ; Future Teachers Club 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice President 6 ; Treasurer 7 ; President 8 : Pep Club 6 ; F. T. A. Cadet 7, 8 ; Student Leader 8; Senior Breakfast Committee 8. After man came woman, and she has been after him ever since. MOORE. CAROLYN KAY " Carolyn Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8. ( " harming girl, very mild in manner. NAU. THOMAS JOHN Art Committee 6. Live this day as if it were the last. " Hog " NEWBIGGIN, THOMAS CARL " Tom " Basketball 4, 6 ; Golf 4, 6, 7 ; Track 8, 5 ; Prom Committee 8. Live while you may. OATLEY, NANCY ANN " Nancy " Chairman Senior Announcement Committee 8. Love, laugh and live longer. LYONS. LORETTA JEAN Mischief is her main asset. " Loretta " O ' NEAL, KAREN KAY " Karen " Concessions Committee 7, 8 ; Senior Breakfast Committee 8. Her laugh would cause a riot anywhere. —80— PATERA. A LAN HENRY Home Room T reasu rer 5 , Night Committee 8. A job to do . . . I ' ll do it. " AI " Senior Class s mo. JANET LORRAINE " Janet " Home Room President 7, Secretary 8, Assist- ant Treasurer 3, 4 ; Life Saving 5 ; Senior Questionnaire Committee Chairman 8 ; Oracle Bookkeeper 4, 6, 7, 8. She rules her action by thought, and her appearance by neatness. ' 7 PBGCS, HELEN KAREN " Karen Usher Committee 5, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, .1 Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 8; Pep Club I Englewood Colorado) 6, 7; Drill Team (Enjclewood) 6, 7 Girls ' Glee Club (North) 3, 4, (Englewood) 6 7 ; Stage Art Committee 6, 7 (Englewood) " Carousel " 7 (Englewood) ; Swimming 3, 4 5 : Student Leader 8 ; Cheer Leader 5, 8 Senior Breakfast Committee Chairman 8 Annual staff 6, 7 (Englewood) : Office Assist- ant 6, 7 ( Englewood). Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with. PIETSCH. ANNETTE GEAN Ushers Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room President 3 ; Vice President 4, 5, 7 ; Secretary 6: Assistant Treasurer 8; Art Committee 4, 5, 6, 8 ; Future Teachers of America Club 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5. 6 ; Debutantes 3. 4. 5; Student Leader 8 ; Life Saving 5, 6 : Cheer Leader 3, 4, 5 : Senior Prom Committee 8. She lives for love, laughter, and fun. PROPES, PAULA GERTRUDE " Paula " Girls ' Glee Club 4, 7, 8 : Office Assistant 8 : Prom Committee 8. A w inning way. a pleasant smile, dressed so neat and quite in style. REDKO, II A l.l N " Halina " Films Committee G ; Service and Red Cross 6 ; French Club 5, 6 ; Student Leader 6 ; Office Assistant 5 ; Nurse ' s Assistant 6, 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8. Great coals form great minds. RIZK. MICHAEL ANTHONY " Mike- Extra-curricular Activities Committee 6, 7 ; Home Room President 3, 6, 8 ; Boys ' Glee Club 5 ; A Cappella Chorus 6, 7, 8 ; Football 8; Basketball 4, 6» 8; Baseball 3, 5, 7; Intra- murals 4, 6, 7, 8; Senior Class Night Com- mittee Chairman 8. He ' s little, but he ' s wise, a terror for his size. ROBBINS. RONALD CLYDE " Ron " P. A. Committee 6, 7 : Tennis 6 ; Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8 : Senior Prom Committee 8. We like him — we just can ' t help it. SCHKCKEL, MARY LEE " Mary Cosmopolitan Club 3 ; Intramurals : Senior Mixer 8. Generally speaking, she ' s generally speaking. SEIBERLING, ROBERT ANDREW " Bob " Football 3, 4. 5, 6; Basketball 3, 4, 6, 6; Baseball 3, 4, 5, 6. Always happy, never sad. SHADE. RONALD " Ron " I never dare to be as funny as I know how. SIMMER. LARRY DEAN " Larry " Home Room Vice President 5 ; Home Room Treasurer 4 : Senior Baccalaureate Commit- tee 8. Going places and doesn ' t mind working to get there. SIMS. RUTH ELLEN " Ruthie " Home Room Secretary 4, 8; Girls Glee Club 4, 5; A Cappella Choir 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 4, 8 ; Reporting Staff 7 ; Sports Editor Oracle 8 ; Chairman of Reception Committee ; Art Committee 8. A word, a smile, a girl worth while. SIMONS, EDWARD ANDERSON " Ed " Home Room President 3, 4 : Home Room Vice- President 6 ; Home Room Treasurer 8 ; Tennis 5 : Student Leader 5 j Baseball 3, 8 ; Intra- murals 3, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. He goes around with more girls than a re- volving door. 81— SLATER, ROBERT ALAN " Bob " Spanish Club 5 ; Football 4 ; Basketball 4 ; Track 3, 5, 7 ; Senior Prom Committee 8. The world ' s no better if we worry ; life ' s no better if we hurry. SLAWSON, SHARON KAY Senior Banquet Committee 8. Diamonds are a girl ' s best friend. SMITH, DENNIS EARL " Denny " Home Room President 4 ; Home Room Vice- President 8 ; Football 4, 6, 8 ; Swimming 4, 6, 8; Track 3, 6, 7; Senior Reception Com- mittee 8. A lion among ladies ; a man among men. SMITH, LINDA LEE " Linda " Assembly Committee (Roosevelt 3, 4; Home Room Secretary (Roosevelt) 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7 (Roosevelt) ; Bridge Club (Roose- velt) 7; Synchroized Swimming 7, 8; Office Assistant 6, 8 ; Library Assistant (RoosevelO 5. Smile and the very best in you cannot be hidden. SPAANS, RALPH CHARLES " Chuck- Almost killed once, by a train of thought. STEWART, HARRY V., JR. " Harry " Football 8; Track 3: Intramurals 5, 6. Whatever advice you give, be brief. SUCHY, SUSAN CAROL " Sue " Home Room Vice-President 4, 5 : Home Room Secretary 7 ; Home Room Treasurer 6, 8 ; Cosmopolitan 3, 4 ; Future Teachers ' Club 3, 4, 6, 6; Pep Club 5, 6; Bowling 7, 8: Oracle Reporting 7 : Oracle Page Editor 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Kiwanis Representative 8. Sweet and charming as can he ; all success she ' s sure to see. TSCHANTZ, JOHN ROBERT " John Intramurals 6, 7 ; Breakfast Committee 8. These women are driving me crazy, especially the teachers. WALLACE, CATHARINE ANNA " Cathie " Usher Committee 5, 6 ; Home Room President 6 ; Home Room Vice-President 3 ; Home Room Secretary 6 ; Home Room Treasurer 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Secretary 4; Latin Club 3. 4, 5, 6 ; Vice-President 5 ; Future Teachers ' Club 3 ; Debutantes 4, 5, 6 ; American Field Service Student 7 ; Life Saving 5, 6 ; Pep Kadet 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, Colonel 8; Senior Prom Committee Chairman 8 ; Oracle Reporting 8. A girl with a combination of beauty, brains and talent. WALMER, OLIVIA DIANE " Olivia " Home Room Secretary 6 ; Girls ' Glee Club 5 ; Student Leader 5 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Sweet, but taken. WATERMAN, EMMA JANE Still water runs deep. " Emma Jane " WEIDNER, THOMAS MICHAEL " Tom " A little nonsense now and then is relished % by the best of men. WESTERN, SHARON LOUISE " Sharon Chorus 4 (Tech); Girls ' Glee Club 8; Prom Committee 8. Once a friend, always a friend. WHITESIDE, Jl ' STINA JUNE Little — but oh my! —82— WITTKOP, MICHAEL LEIGH " Mike " Study is a pastime; why overdo it? ZAGAR, TALBERT NEIL " Tal " Social Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room Presi- dent 3, 4 ; Vice-president 6 ; Treasurer 7 ; Tennis 5; Wrestling 3; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Prom Committee 8. I rame and saw, and now I ' m leaving. ■ January, CjraduateS KRETTE. RICHARD AMIL Reception committee 8. It ' s well to know more than you say. Dick " SMITH, EULA NOREEN Shy and gentle in manner. •Noreen " TAYLOR, MARGUERITE JEANETTE In good faith she cares not what mischief she does. une Cjjradualei lf]ot pictured AMJUS, PAMELA KAY Pep Club: Latin Club nouncement Committee 8 It ' s well to know more than you say " Pa m " (Oskaloosa) ; An- GOIN. DONALD EUGENE " Don " Nothing can bring you peace but yourself. JOHNSON, VERNON " Vernon " Football .3 : Track 4, 6, 8 : Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporting 7 ; Breakfast Committee 8. A friend to all. BARING. HERMAN LEANDER, JR. " Herman " Letterman ' s Club 4 ; Football 3, 6, 7 ; Life Saving f ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Student Leader 4, fi ; Swimming 4, ( ; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Little strokes fell great oaks. CASWELL, JOHNNIE LLOYD " John " Condemn the fault and not the actor of it. HAYES. TALVA DEANNE " Talva " Debutante Club 3. 4 : Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 6, 7 ; Intramurals 7 ; Student Leader 7 ; Office Assistant 6 : Prom Committee 8. Her equal is no one but herself. HEARIOLD. GEORGEANN " GeorgeAnn " Spanish Club 4 ; Girls ' Glee Club 4, 8 ; Intra- murals 8. Once a friend always a friend. MARTIN ACHE, JUDITH MARIE Live while you may. " Judy " McGUIRE, MICHAEL STEVAN " Felix " Aviation Club 4 ; Baseball I ; Tennis 5 ; Intra- murals 3, 4 ; Prom Committee 8. When lessons and tasks are all done, he ' s always ready for a bit of fun. CODERRE, LAURENCE, MARTINIUS " Larry " Football 8 : Track 6 ; Intramurals 5. 6, 7, 8 : A Cappella Choir 3 : (Tech) Breakfast Com- mittee 8 Patience and shuffle the cards. ENGSTROM, DIXIE ANN " Dixie " Pep Club 4 ; Mimeograph and Duplicating 8. Nice to know. IIKMINOVER. DAVID PAUL " Dave " Nice to know. HO LLING WORTH, DAVID RICHARD " Dave " Track 4, 6, 7, 8. Be sure you ' re right, then go ahead. JACOBSEN, ALLAN HELWEG " Allan " Brains are my best virtue. MILLER. PHILIP MATTHEW " Phil " Life Saving 7 ; Mixer Committee 8. A man of thought and action; clear the way. QUINN, DON LOUIS " Don " Wrestling, Basketball, Swimming, Intramurals, Mixer Committee 8. Argue early, argue late; if a line is crooked, he ' ll argue it straight. GARNER. KENNETH PAUL " Ken " " Best Foot Forward " (Dowling) ; Football I Dowling). Youth comes hut once in a lifetime. JOHNSON, GARY " Gary- Football 4 ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Intramurals 3 ; Student Leader 7 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Either appraise or oppose me; I can ' t be overlooked. SMITH, RALPH EARL " Ralph " " Night of January 16, " member of cast 3; " Death Takes A Holiday " Electrician 6 ; " Berkeley Square " 6 ; Oracle Editorial Staff ; Polar Bear Business ; Advertising Manager. Every man is wanted, and no man is wanted much. LAWSON, JERRY ALLEN It ' s wiser being good than had. " Jerry " WILSON, DOUGLAS R. " Doug " Study is a pastime; why overdo it? —83— VICE-PRESIDENT PASSWATERS, JACK DOUGLAS " Jake " Home R(x m President 7, 8 : Treasurer 3, 4 ; Band 3, 4 ; Orchestra 3. 4 : Basketball 8, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8 ; Tennis 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Class Vice President 8 : Office Assistant 7. Knowledge is the hill which few may wish to climb. GIRLS REPRESENTATIVE BARK. BARBARA JEAN " Barb " Usher 7, 8 ; Saturday Biology 6, 6 ; Spanish Club 8, 4; Pep Club 3, 5, 6, 7. 8; Home Room Secretary 5 ; Girls Glee Club 4 ; Pep Kadets 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Office 7, 8 ; Girls " Repre- sentative 8 ; Mixer Committee 8. Her f riends are many ; her foes ; are there any ? TREASURER STONE. MARY AGNES " Mary " Concessions Committee Chairman 5, 6, 8 ; Home Room Secretary 5 : Assistant Secretary 4 ; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Concessions 8 : Foreman 4 ; General Foreman 5, 7, 8 ; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6 ; A Cappella Choir 7, 8: Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Bowling 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Senior Class Treasurer 8 ; Executive Board Member S ; Mixer Committee 8. What sweet delight a quiet life affords. June Q pcete PRESIDENT KURMEL, LARRY D. " Kurm " Student Council Vice President 7 ; Judicial Board 7 : Assembly Committee 5, 6 ; Home Room President d ; Hi-Y 8 ; Football 7 ; Bas- ketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Baseball 4, 6, 8 ; Intramurals 5, 6, 7 : Life Saving 4 ; Senior Class President 8. To be a great athlete is a great plague. HOYS REPRESENTATIVE VAN DORN. GRANT I.V.MAN " Hutch " Hi-Y 8 ; Football 3, 5, 7 : Track 4 : Senior Class Executive Board Member (Boys ' Repre- sentative) 8 : Oracle 7, 8 ; Six rt Page Edi- tor. 8. He has three speeds — slow, slower, and stop. TREASURER .SARINS. RASMA " Raima " Service and Red Cross 5, 6 ; Pencil Pushers 3, 4 : Saturday Chemistry Class 6 : Saturday Slide Rule Class fi : Bowling 5, 6, 7 ; Intra- murals 6, 6, 7: Pep Club 3. 4; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Oracle Bookkeeper 4, B, 6, 7, 8 : Mixer Committee 8. Knowledge is power. —84— SECRETARY ROMP, NANCY LEE " Nance " Usher 7 : Finance 7, 8 ; Executive Historian 7 : Latin Club 3, 4, 5 : Debutantes Club 3, 4 : Dol- phin Club 8 ; Pep Club 3. 4, 6. 6 : Life Saving 3, 4 : Pep Kadets 3, 4, 6, 6 ; Swimming 6, 7, 8 : Cheer Leader 7 ; Library 3 : Mixer Commit- tee 8. Always happy, always gay; glad to see her come our way. HISTORIAN WELLS, ROBERTA JO ANN " Bobbi " Student Council 8 : Halls 6 ; Home Room Vice President 6 ; Secretary 3, 4 ; Pencil Pushers 4 ; Amis Unidos 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 6, 7, 8; Cheer Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Editor 8 ; Reporting " : Office Assist- ant 7 ; D. A. R. Representative 8 ; Senior Class Historian 8 ; Class Night 8. This would be a lonesome world without her. TREASURER DONAHUE, KATHLEEN ANNE " Knih " Usher 8 ; Home Room Secretary 7, 8 ; Life Saving 6, 7; Intramurals 4, 5, 8: Student Leader 8; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Mixer Committee 8. A good heart and a level head. ADAMSON. KATHKKINK MARIE " Marie " Pep Club S, 4, 6, 6 ; Concession Stand S, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8 ; Banquet Committee 8. Shy and gentle in manner. BABBIT. MARILYN FLAVIA " Marilyn " Citizenship 4, 5, I, 7, 8; Assembly 7, 8; Con- cessions 4 : F. T. A. fi ; Amis Unidos 6 ; Pep Club 7. 8; Band 3. 4. 5 ; Life Saving 5 : T. V. Office 7, 8 .- Class Night Committee 8. In every place she finds a friend. ANDREW. SUSAN KAY " Sue- Home Room Secretary 8 : Dolphin Club 8 : Life Saving 5. fi ; Swimming 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3 : A Cappella Choir 4, 5, 6. 7, 8 : Class Night Committee 8. She w ho is good is happy. ARNOLD. JANICE LEE " Jan " Home Room Secretary 6. 7, 8 : Pep Club 6, 7, 8 ; Dolphin Club 8 : Pep Kadets Drummerettes 7, 8 : Synchronized Swimming 8 : Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8 : Rope Jumper 6. 7, 8 ; Oracle RejHjiting 7. 8 : Polar Bear, Senior Activities 8 ; Office Assistant 7 : Prom Com- mittee 8. What greater gift is there than laughter? ASH, GARY ARTHUR " Gary " Home Room Assistant Treasurer 6, 7 ; Art Committee 4 : " Diary of Ann Frank, " " Let- ters to Lucerne, " Art 4, 7 ; Mixer Commit- tee 8. A swell guy. ASHBY. LUCIUS ANTONE " Luci " Latin Club 3 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Wrestling 4, 6, 8 ; Life Saving 4 ; Track 6 ; Breakfast Com- mittee 8. A steady man is he. ATKINSON. JTIHTH ANN " Judy- Pep Club 3, 6, 7 : Prom Committee 8. Smiles will make your troubles lighter. AUNSPACH, KAY ELIZABETH " Kay " F. H. A. 3. 4 ; D. C. C. A. 7, 8 ; Girls ' Mixed Chorus 3, 4 (Ankeny) ; Announcement Com- mittee 8. So worry is folly, let ' s smile and be jolly. BALSAN. DAVID HARVEY " Dave- Judicial Board 8 : Home Room Treasurer 6, 7 ; Saturday Biology 3. 4 : Band 3, 4 : Orchestra 3, 6 ; Student Leader « | Breakfast Committee 8. Great actions speak great minds. BROOKS, ALONZO WARNELL " Alonzo " Home Room Treasurer 8 : Football 3, 5 : Bas- ketball 5 ; Prom Committee 8. Life is one long process of getting tired. BENGTSON, KITH EVELYN " Ruthie " Student Council Member 8 ; Judicial Board 8 ; Citizenship 8 ; Home Room Secretary 4 ; Latin Club 3, 4 : Girls ' Glee Club 4 ; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Supply Window 6, 7 ; Student Leader 7 ; Life Saving 4, 5 : Class Night Com- mittee 8. Once a friend always a friend. BIGGS, LARRY DEAN " Larry- Home Room President 4 ; Home Room Treas- urer 7 ; Football 3. Now I ' m beginning to live a little. BITTNER. NICOE Ll ' ELLA " Nicky- Home Room Secretary 3 : Concessions 3, 4, 5 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 5 ; Y. F. C. 5, 6 : Intramurals 7 : Announcement Committee 8. She is capable of her highest ambition. BOMBERGER, WILLIAM FREDERICK " Bill " Home Room Treasurer 8 : Concession 8 ; Swimming 7, 8 ; Intramurals 8 : Mixer Com- mitte 8. If there is a way he ' ll find it. —85— r BOND, ANOLA SHAN " Anola " Concessions 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room Vice Presi- dent 3, 6, 7, 8 : Pep Club 6, 7, 8 : Pep Kadets 5 ; Oracle 7 ; Polar Bear Glossy Editor 8 ; Office Assistant 6, 7. 8 ; Chairman of Com- mencement 8. Short, sweet, trim and neat. BOWMAN. ROBERT MITCHELL " Bob " Home Room Vice President 8 ; El Gates 4, 6, 6; (Mitchellville) Boys ' Glee Club I, 2; I Mitchellville) Dramatics, " High Window " 6; (Mitchellville) Football 3, 6; (Mitchellville) Basketball 2, 4, 6 : Track 6 ; Baseball 4 j {Mitchellville) Mitchellville school paper 6; Mitchellville school year book 4, 6. He hath a heart as sound as a bell. CARLEY, KAROLVN JOANNE " Karolyn " Home Room President 7 ; Dolphin Club 8 ; Pep Club 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 4. 5, 7 ; Stu- dent Leader 7, 8 ; Life Saving 7, 8 ; Cheer Leader 7, 8 : Drill Team at East 4, 5 j Oracle Reporting 7 ; Chairman of Cap and Gown 8. A girl of many talents. CARMICHAEL, DOUGLAS ARTHUR " Doug " Home Room Treasurer: Hi-Y : Tennis 5, 6; Intramurals 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. Variety is the mother of Enjoyment. BRENNAN, LARRY BURTON " Larry " All-City Band 5, 6, 7, 8 ; All-State Band C : Hand 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Announcement Committee 8. To do a great right and a little wrong. CARVER. JOAN YVONNE " Joan- Judicial Board 7: Films 7, 8; Citizenship 8 Concessions 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 : Pep Club 7, 8 Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4 ; A Cappella Choir 5, 6 7, 8 : Student Leader 4, 5. 7 : Pep Kadet: Drummerettes 7, 8 : Supply Clerk Office 6, 6 Mixer Committee 8. Hold the fort, she ' s coming. BREWER, DANIEL LYLE " Dan " Amis Unidos 6, 7, 8. Men of few words are the easiest to get along with. BROWN, GERALD MICHAEL " Elmer " Halls 4, t ; Home Room President 5, 7 ; Vice President fi ; Treasurer 4; Hi Y 7, 8; Baseball 4: Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. As upright as the cedar. BURGESS, BEVERLY ANN " Bev " F. T. A. 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3. 4. 7, 8 ; Art Com- mittee 3, 4 : Debutantes 3, 4 ; Spanish Club 6, (J ; Mixer Committee 8. She who plants kindness gathers love. CHANCE, DONNA MARIE " Donna " Usher Committee 7, 8 : Home Room President 4: Vice President 6; Secretary 6; Spanish Club 3 : Pep Club 6, 6, 7, 8 : Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 : Mixer Committee 8. A word, a smile, a girl worthwhile. CHANCELLOR, LEO CRAIG " Sam- Judicial B.jard 7 ; Social Committee 8 ; Homo Room President G, 8 ; Baseball 4 ; Wrestling 7 ; Golf 6 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 : Stu- dent Leader 6, 6; Prom Committee 8. I ' ll turn over a new leaf. CHIPPS, FREDRICK RAY " Fred- Home Room Vice President 7; Treasurer 6; Saturday Physics 4 ; Golf 7, 8, Life Saving 7 ; Announcement Committee 8. Mum ' s the word. l DWELL, ELIZABETH MARIE " Elizabeth " Concession 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 6 ; Life Saving 3 ; Mixer Committee 8. Gentle in manner, firm in reality. CLARK. JEANETTE KAY " Jeanette " Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6: Costume Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Banquet Committee 8. ' Tis good to live and learn. —86— CONKLIN, DARNLEY LEE Y-Teen 3, 4 : Life Saving 6 7 : Band 3, 4. 5, 6. Help thyself and Cod will help thee " Lee " CRAWFORD. NANCY KATHRYN " Nancy " Student Leader Pep Club 8 ; Mimeograph and Duplicating Committee 8. Friendship is her motto. OPPOCK. WILLIAM JAMES " Wilbur I will maintain it before the world. COPPOLA, LARRY JOE " Lar " Social Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Assembly 7, 8 : Halls 4. 5, 6 ; Home Room Vice President 3, 5 ; Treasurer 6 : Football 3. 6, 7 ; Wrestling 3. 4, 6. 6. 7, 8 ; Track 4. 6 j Baseball 8 ; Intra- murals 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Life Saving 4 ; Prom Committee 8. This gentleman belongs in Esquire. CORD, SANDRA LEE " Sandra " I will speak in a monstrous little voice. COULSON, NANCY JEAN " Nancy " Pep Club 7, 8 ; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6 : Girls ' Glee Club 7, 8 : Breakfast Committee 8. She ' ll ride through life with ease. OX. MICHAEL DAVID " Mike " I ' ruth is the highest thing that men may ' nnuuer. CRAIG. MARY RI ' TH " Mary Ruth " Y. P. C. 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Banquet Committee 8. Perhaps her stature is not tall, but good things do come small. CUNNINGHAM. LINDA LOU " Linda- Concession 5, 6, 7 ; Service and Red Cross 5. 6 ; Library 7, 8 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 6 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Nice, quiet, and friendly DAVIS, MARY JANE " Jane " Home Room Secretary 8 ; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; (W. W. Nebr.) F. H. A. 4; (W.W. Nebr.) Secretary of Correspondence 1, 2, 8; (W. W. Nebr.) Drama Club 1, 2. 3, 4 ; (W. W. Nebr.) Band 1, 2: (W. W. Nebr.) Oracle 8; Report- ing 7 ; Announcement Committee 8 ; Art Committee 8. She has that certain something. DE CARLO, DARLENE MAKIK " Dar " Assembly Committee 5, 6 ; Chairman 7 ; Home Room President 3 : Treasurer 6 : Pep Club 7 : Latin Club 3, 4, 5 : F. T. A. 3. 4. 5 ; Dolphin Club 8 ; " Berkeley Square " 6 : " Death Takes A Holiday " 5 : Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Rope Jumping 6, 7 : Polar Bear Editor 8 ; Oracle 7 ; Prom Committee 8. Not tall, not small, but liked by all. DE CARLO. DAVID CHARLES " Dave " Chonita, (Dowling) Football 3, 4, 5, 6 : (Dow- ling) Basketball 3. 4, 5, 6 ; (Dowling) Track 3, 4, 5, 6 ; (Dowling) Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6 ; (Dowling) Breakfast Committee 8. The wine and wit of every party. DE VORE. JUDITH ELLEN " Jud " Usher 7, 8 ; Pep Club 7, 8 ; Pre-Game Com- mittee 7, 8; Y-Teen 3; (East) Band 3: (East) Pep Kadeta 7, 8 : Home Room Secretary 7 ; Treasurer 3: (East) G. R. A. 3; (East) Oracle 7 : Business 7, 8 ; Advertising Manager 8 ; Office Assistant 7 ; Nurse ' s Office 3 ; (East) Library 6; Intramurals 8; Red Cross 8 ; Prom Committee 8. A charming girl, very mild in manner. DEWEY, BLAIR HERBERT II " Herb " Home Room Vice President 8, 4 ; Treasurer 5, 8 ; Pencil Pushers 8. 4 ; Football 3 : Basket- ball 3, 4 j Baseball 4, 6, 8 : Intramurals 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 7, 8 : Questionnaire Com- mittee 8. His talk was like a stream which runs. —87— DEWEY. JACK LOWELL. JR. " Jack " Halls 5: Golf 5, 6, 7; Office Assistant 8; Pram Committee 8. He thinks like a philosopher and acts like a kin . DICKEY. ROBERT ELSTON " Bob " Assembly 7, 8 ; Home Room President 7, 8 ; Band 3. 4, 5, 6 ; Orchestra S, 4. 5, 6 ; Intra- murals 5, 6 j Pep Kadets, Drum Insructor 7, 8 ; Office Assistant 7, 8 ; Co-Chairman of PTOBB Committee 8. Dixieland daddy with the drums. DILLARD, BEVERLY JEAN " Bev " Pep Club 7, 8; Girls ' Glee Club 8; Bowling 7; Drill Team 5 (Norwalk High) ; Prom Com- mittee 8. You will find true f riendship in her. EDWARDS, JOYCE ANN " Joyce " Y. F. C. 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Night of January 16 " 3; Costume Committee 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Chair- man, Banquet 8. Sweetness is a great virtue. ELLISON, ROBERT DARREL MATTII KYA ••!(..!.■• Football, Basketball, Track (Dowling) j Bas- ketball 7, 8. Prom Committee 8. Real gentlemen are few. EMMONS, PERES JESS " Peres Art Committee 7, 8; Hall Monitor 3, 4, 5, 6 ; (Tech); " Letters to Lucerne " 7; Art Com- mittee 8. He never confines himself to facts. DONAHUE. MICHAEL LARRY Wrestling 7, 8 ; Intramurals 6, 7, 8. Beware and I may do something yet. " Mike " DONOVAN, NANCY KAY ■Nancy " Student Council representative 5, 6 (DeWitt High School); Coat Check Committee 5, 6; French Club 7, 8 (DeWitt) ; Mixed Chorus 3, 4 (DeWitt); " Nothing But the Truth " Busi- ness manager 6 ; Usherette 6 (DeWitt High School l ; DeHawk Squawks Reporting 5. 6 (DeWitt High); Office Assistant 8: Library Assistant 5, 6. 7, 8 Alternate (DeWitt High) ; Biology Assistant 3, 4 (DeWitt High); Hall Monitor alternate 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Concession stand 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Letterette Chairman 5, 6 : Prom Committee 5, 6 (DeWitt High); Class Night Committee 8 ; Class Night 8. Sweet gal, sweet ways. EVANS, RICHARD WILLIAM Band 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Mixer Committee 8. Ambition knows no rest. •Butch ' FARRINGTON, MICHAEL SCOTT " Mike " Breakfast Committee 8. A merry heart doeth good like medicine. DUNSHEE. JACQUELINE DIANNE " Jackie- Usher Committee 7, 8 ; Home Room Vice President 3 ; Secretary 6, 7 ; Treasurer 4 ; Pep Club 6, 7, 8 ; Dolphin Club 7, 8 ; Girls ' Glee Club 5, 6 ; A Cappella Choir 8 j Pep Kadets 4, 5, 6, 8 ; Polar Bear Assistant Ad- vertising 8 ; Commencement Committee 8. A peppy lass one can ' t surpass. FERGUS, THOMAS HENRY " Tom " Film Committee 3, 4, 5, 8 ; Chairman 6, 7 ; Amateur Radio Club 5, 6 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; All-City Band 6, 7, 8 ; Dance Band 7. 8 ; Intramurals 4, 5, 6; Polar Bear 7. 8; Bacca- laureate 8; Oracle Rei orting 7, 8. No one knows what he can do until he tries. DYE. SAUNDRA KAY " Sandy " Y-Teens 3, 4 (Moline, 111.); G. A. A. 3, 4 (Moline, 111.) j Prom Committee 8. Crazy, cute, hut taken. FERGUSON. JUDY MARLENE " Judy " Home Room Treasurer 8; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4 ; A Cappella Choir 5. 6, 7, 8 ; Banquet Com- mittee 8. Soft smiles by human kindness spreads. FIENE, DUANE WILLIAM " Duane " Home Room Vice President 4 ; Public Ad- dress 5, 6, 7, 8 : Breakfast Committee 8. Quality not ijuantit.v is what always counts. FIT PATRICK. PATRICIA KATHRTN " Pat- Announcement Committee 8. I ' m not bashful; I ' m just thoughtful. FLAHERTY, COLLEEN MARIE " Colleen " Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 6, 7 ; A Cappella Choir 6, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Dreams of doing good. FLESH KR. MICHAEL ALAN " Mike " Amateur Radio Club 5, t; Amis Unidos 6: " Diary of Anno Frank " 5 ; " Death Takes a Holiday " 4 : " Berkeley Square " 6 ; Wrestling 7 ; Intramurals H. S ; Co-chairman, Banquet 8. Two heads are better than one. FORKER. DENNIS EUGENE " Denny " Judicial Board 7. 8 ; Social Committee 6, 7 : Chairman 8 : Usher Committee 7. 8 : Films Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room President 5, 7 j Vice President 6, 8 : Latin Club 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 : Hi-Y 8 : Orchestra 3, 4 : " Berkeley Square " 6; Oracle 7, 8; Chairman Bacca- laureate 8. He is capable of his highest ambition. FREEL, KAREN JOANNE " Karen- Concessions Committee 3, 4, 6; Home Room Secretary 3 ; Treasurer B : Pep Club 3, 4 : Prom Committee 8. Those are lucky who know her well. GABBERT. CHARLES CLARK " Charlie " Home Room Vice President 4 ; Swimming 3, 4 : Intramurals 7 : Student Leader 6 : Mixer Committee 8. Quietness is a great virtue. GARTON, DAVID DWIGHT " Dave " Football 4 j Basketball 3, 4, B, 6 ; Track 6 : Intramurals 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8; Mixer Commit- tee 8. His cares are all now ended. GATES. JERRY DELMAR Intramurals 7 ; Mixer Committee 8. ' Tis a goodly sort of a fellow. " Jerry " GANGESTAD. II 1)1 l.KK " Judy- Home Room President 4, 6; Treasurer 3, 5; Secretary of Student Council 8 : Intra-City Council 7 ; Concessions 3 : Debutantes 3 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 6: Amis Unidos S ; Pep Club 7, 8: Life Saving 4, S : Pep Kadets 7, 8 : Oracle 8 ; Office Assistant 7 ; Cafeteria Cashier 6, 6 ; Mixer Committee 8. They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts. GARRELS. HARLAN FRANK " Frank " Social Committee S ; Films Committee 7, 8 ; Citizenship 8 ; Amis Unidos 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Tennis 6, 8 ; Library 7, 8 : Senior Reception Committee 7 : Prom Committee 8. Perfection makes this man. GERMAN, JAMES DALE " Jim " Judicial Board 8 : Films 3, 4, 6, 6, 7 : Home Room President 3 : Vice President 7 : Foot- ball 3, 5, 7 ; Baseball 4 : Intramurals 3, 4, 6, 6: Prom Committee 8. Better a little charm than a great deal of heartbreak. FULLER. ROBERTA JEAN " Roberta " Finance Committee 7 ; Citizenship Committee B; Home Room Secretary 8; Treasurer 3, 4, 7 ; Latin Club 3, 6 : F. T. A. 3 : Pep Club 5 ; Debutantes 3 : " Berkeley Square " 6 : " Letters to Lucerne " 7 : Student Leader 6 : Flag Twirl- er 3, 4, 5, fi : Chairman 7, 8 ; Baccalaureate 8. A girl like her we seldom meet. GILMORE. MAX WILLIAM. JR. Band. Orchestra, Track 8. Blessed is he who invented sleep. " Max " —89— GLANVILLE. LINDA JOYCE " Linda " Extra Curricular Activities 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room President 8 ; Secretary 4, 6, 6 ; Latin Club 3, 4: Girls ' Glee Club 3; A Cappella Choir 4, 5, 7, 8 ; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Intra- murals 6, 7 ; Life Saving 4, 5 ; Office Assist- ant 4 : Class Night 8. It isn ' t wise to be wiser than necessary. GLASGOW. JOSEPH ALLEN " Joe " Track 8; Intramural 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8; Mixer Committee 8. ((uiet hut always tooting. GOLDSBOKO. KITH ELAINE " Elaine- Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 6, 8 ; A Cappella Choir 6, 7, 8 ; Girls ' Sextette 6 ; State Chorus 7 ; Intramurals 4, 8 ; Class Night 8. Thoughtful, nice to know. GOODSIDE, PHILLIP STAN " Stan " Halls 7; Track 4, 6, 7, 8 ; Mixer Committee 8. Full of fun, fancy free — that ' s the way I ' ll always be. GRAHAM, KAREN KAY " Kay " Concessions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, : , 7 : Banquet Committee 8. Girls have curious minds. GRAHAM, ROBERT LEE " Bob " There is great ability in knowledge. GRANSON. ROBERT DON Intramurals 6, 6 f 7. Someone has to be quiet. •Bob " GREEN, JUDITH ANN " Judy- Pep Club 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6: Student Leader 7, 8 ; Life Saving 3, 5 ; Pep Kadets 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. She has that certain something. GRUBBS. MARGARET JEAN " Jean " Service and Red Cross 3, 4 ; Home Room Vice President 3, 8 ; Saturday Biology 4 ; " Berkeley Square " 6 ; " Letters to Lucerne " 7 ; " Death Takes A Holiday 5 ; Tennis 4 ; Life Saving 3, 6 ; Chairman, Mixer Committee 8. Heaven will help the actress. GUELY, JAN MICHAEL " Jan- Swimming 3, 8; Intramurals 3, 8; Student Leader 3, 8 ; Life Saving 4 ; Mixer Commit- tee 8. Ouict, but resourceful. GUST, DARLENE ALLEN " Darlene " Pep Club 7, 8; Intramurals 8; Office Assist- ant 7 ; Announcement Committee 8 ; Dupli- cation and Mimeograph 8. A good deed is never lost. HANSON, DOUGLAS ALLEN " Doug " Intramurals 3, 8 ; Announcement Committee 8. A typical all around good guy. HARRIOTT, JOHNNY RAYMOND " John " Boys ' Glee Club 2, 3, 6. 6, 7 ; A Cappella Choir 4, 6, 6, 7 ; Tennis 5; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, fi : Cheer Leader 6 ; Announcement Commit- tee 8. Rough, rugged and ready. HARRIS, DAVID WILLIAM " Dave " Home Room Treasurer 7 ; Track 4 ; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. If it ' s a man ' s work, I ' ll do it. —90— HAYS, JUDITH RAF. " Judy " Home Room Vice President 7 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Band 5, 6, 7, 8 : Intramurals 7 : Student Leader 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. Those who know her best like her. HOSS, MARY KAYE " Mary " Concessions 8, 4. 6, 6 : Executive Board on Concessions 6 : Home Room Secretary 3, 4 : Pep Club 3. 4. 5, 8; Golf 7, 3: Intramurals 7 ; Assistant Mr. Emanuel ' s Office 5 : Prom Committee 8. She has so many bright ideas that her hair turns red. HEAIVILIN. MARILYN RUTH " Marilvn " Y-Teens 3 ; Pep Club 3 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3 ; A Cappella Choir 3 : (Centerville High) An- nouncement Committee 8. Let us do what honor demands. HOWARD. LINDA GALE " Linda " Halls 3 : Home Room Secretary 5 ; Pep Club 7 ; Intramurals 7 ; Student Leader 8 ; Class Night 8. Something happy, something gay. and by the way she has her say. HENDERSON, ANNA LOUISE " Louise " Concessions 7. 8 ; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Amis Unidos 3. 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 : Saturday Biology 6, 7 ; " Berkeley Square " 6 ; Student Leader 6 ; Life Saving 3, 4 j Oracle 7. 8 ; Prom Committee 8. Quiet in appearance and motive. HOWARD, MARY ANN " Mary- Social Committee 7, 8 ; Films 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 : Chairman 6 ; Home Room President 5, Treas- urer 8 ; Pep Club 5, 6 : F. T. A. 6, 6 ; A Cap- pella Choir 5, 6 ; Swimming 3, 4, 6, 6, 7 : Life Saving 3 ; Prom Committee. Banquet Committee 8 : Oracle 7, Editorial Staff 8. With eyes like those no one could fail. HENDRICK. CHARLES STEPHEN " Charlie " Ham Radio, Vice-President 6 ; Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. (Jive me leisure or give me death. HOWARD, WILLIAM RAY " Bill " Home Room Vice President 5 ; Treasurer 7 : Latin Club 3 ; Radio Amateur Club 5 ; Band 3, 4, 6 ; Football 3. 8 ; Basketball 3, 5 ; Track 5, 8 : Baseball 4 ; Intramurals 4 ; Co-chairman, Class Night 8. He ' s just as pleasant as he looks. HOBSON, ROBERT RE1D " Bob- Stage 3, 6; (Saydel) Band 3. 8; Orchestra 3, 8 j Boys ' Glee Club 3, 6 (Saydel) All-City Band ; Musical Operas, Woodside Jr. High : Intramurals 7 ; Prom Committee 8. Quiet and likable. HUFFMAN, BEVERLY JANE " Bev " Home Room Secretary 8 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4 : A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Class Night 8. Rorn for success she seems. HOLSMAN, JUDITH EVELYN " Judy- Costume 5 ; Pep Club 7, 8 ; Golf 7 : Intra- murals 4 ; Student Leader 7, 8 : Rope Jump- ing 6, 7, 8 ; Assistants Office 7 ; Prom Com- mittee 8. A better pal could never be found. HURLEY, JOHN WILLIAM " John " Home Room Treasurer 6 : Saturday Biology Class 3, 4 ; Saturday Physics Class 3, 6 : Football 3, 5 ; Track 6 : Intramurals 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 8 ; Student Manager 7. 8 : Mixer Committe 8. Without kindness there can be no joy. HOLTZ, JAMES DEAN " Jim- Home Room President 3, 4, 8 ; Treasurer 5 ; Saturday Biology 3. 4 ; A Cappella Choir 4, S, 6, 7, 8 j Basketball 3. 4, 6 ; Baseball 4 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6 ; Student Manager 5 ; Mixer Committee 8. A truly practical fellow. HUTTON. BETTY ANNE " Zip " Usher 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 6. 7. 8: F. T. A. 4; Student Leader 4, 6, 7, 8 : Life Saving 5, 6 : Pep Kadets 4, 6, 6, 7, 8; Tumbling 6; Office Assistant 4, 7; Mixer Committee 8. I nm wealthy in my friends. —91— JKNKS. PHYLLIS ARLENE " Phyllis " F. H. A. 3, 4, 6, 6; Soloist in Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; (Panora, Iowa) " Leave It to Grandma " Usher 6: (Panora, Iowa) Girls ' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6; (Panora, Iowa) Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; (Panora, Iowa) Announce- ment Committee 8. She who is cood will never lack friends. JINKS, GARY LEE " Gary " Breakfast Committee 8. A type of boy who has many friends. JOHNSON, ANITA LOUISE " Anita " Pep Club 3, 4 ; Girls Glee Club 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 6, 7; Mixer Committee 8. A merry heart doeth good like medicine. JOHNSON, DARLENE FLORENCE " Darlene " Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. Sing and the world sings with you. JONES, ARLENE RUTH " Arlene " Assistant Home Room Treasurer 5 : Pep Club 3, 4 : Oracle Business 8 ; Mixer Committee 8. I hurry not ; neither do I worry. JORGENSEN. PAUL CHRISTIAN " Jorgy " Student Council Vice President 8 ; Judicial Board 7, Chairman S ; Hall 5 : Concessions 3 ; Home Room President 5. 6 ; Home Room Vice President 3, 4, 8 ; Home Room Treasurer 7 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 5, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 4, 6 ; Life Saving 6 ; Prom Committee 8. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, show me the woman whom I can trust. JURGENSEN. BURT HARRY " Burt " Boys ' Glee Club 3; (Tech) Football 3; (Tech) Track 4; (Tech) Class Night 8. What I want to get out of school most is myself. KAUFMAN, EUNICE NAOMI " Eunice " Office Assistant, 4 ; Announcement Commit- tee 8. A smile for everyone. JOHNSON, DOROTHY ANNA " Dottie " Intramurals , 8; Student Leader 7, 8; Ath- letic Secretary 8. A real dependable friend. JOHNSON, MARY ELIZABETH " Mary " Home Room Secretary 4 ; Latin Club 3, 1, 8 ; Saturday Biology 4 : All-City Band 5, 1, 8 ; Pep Club 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Orchestra 4, 5 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Baccalaureate 8. To be quiet is to be thoughtful and well thought of. KAUZLABICH, PATRICIA INH B rea kfast Commit tee 8 . She has a winning way. " Pat " KELDEKM , RON ILD DEAN " (.erf- Halls 3, 4 ; Hi-Y 7, 8 ; Baseball 4 ; Wrestling | 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Mixer Committee 8. He may be shy, but he knows all the answers. JOHNSTON, ROGER CAMERON " Roger " Intramurals 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Such wisdom is unusual at such a young age. KEYES. JOOELL ANN " Jo " Usher 6, 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Citizen- ship 6 ; Home Room Secretary 5 ; Treasurer 4; Debutantes 3. 4, 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Amis Unidos 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Life Saving 5: Student Manager 7, 8; Pep KadeU 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. She has the keys to unlock any door. —92 KILBOUKNE. LARKY RONALD " Larry- Football 5 (Tech I : Cap and Gown 8. Class period should be ten minutes long— five to rome and five to go. KNESS. LEE EDWIN " Lee " Social Committee 7 : Home Room President 8 : Vice President :i, 7 : Football 3, 5, 7 : Basket- ball 3, 4 : Baseball 4 : Tennis 6 : Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. (fuiet and reserved. KNIGHT, GARY GENE " Gary " Student Council Treasurer 7 : Halls 3, 4, S : Stage J, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 : Home Room President 3. 4 ; Hi-Y 7. 8 : " Diary of Anne Frank " . " Death Takes a Holiday. " " Letters to Lu- cerne. " " Night of January 16 " 3. 4. 6, 6, 7 : Football 3. 6, 7 ; Basketball 3. 4, 5. 6. 7, 8 : Baseball 4, fi, 8 : Intramurals 5, 6 : Chairman, Mixer Committee 8. With his personality and brains he will go far. KODEK. DAVID LEE " Dave " Band 6, 7 ; Orchestra fi. 7 ; Breakfast Com- mittee 8. Everythinu comes if a man will only wait. KIT HLEN BECK, WENDELL LEE " Lee " Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8 : Prom Committe 8. A man so fair and debonair. I.AMU. II DITII MARGARET " .lud " Pep Club 7, 8 : Oracle 7, 8 : Office Assistant 8 ; Library Assistant 7, 8 : T. V. Office Assist- ant 6, 7 ; Announcement Committee 8. Sweet and charming as can be: all success she ' s sure to see. LARSON, BARBARA JEAN " Barb- Usher 7, 8 ; Home Room Secretary 5, 6 : Treasurer 3, 4 : Spanish Club 3 : Pep Club 5, fi. 7. 8 ; Pei Katlets 5, 6, 7, 8 : Office Assist- ant 7 : Prom Committee 8. Nice girl . . . fine pal. LASSITER. LARKIE ANN " Larrie " Y. F. C. Club 5, 6 : Art Committee 3. 4 : Monitor 3, 4 ; Concessions 3. 4 ; Intramurals 8 ; Stutlent Leader 8 : Life Savins 7 ; Office Assistant 8 : Commencement Committee 8. What should a girl do but he merry. LEACH. DAVID MICHAEL " Dave " Home l; . ' in Vice President 5 ; Intramurals 5, 6, 7 : Banquet Committee 8. A man must take the fat with the lean. LEAMING. MARY " Marv " Pep Club 3. 4 ; Girls ' Glee Club 8 ; Banquet Committee 8. To he quiet is to he thoughtful and well thought of. LEVY. JOHN DOUGLAS " John " Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Athletic Uookkeeper 7; I ' rnm Committee 8. ' Tis very fine to be liked. LIEPA, MARTIN " Martin- Home Room President 7 : Saturday Biology 3, 4; Saturday Physics 5, 6: Track 6; Swim- ming 3, 8 ; Intramurals 3, 8 ; Mixer Com- mittee 8. He ' s one guy who is well worth knowing. LIGHT, ROSEMARY EVA " Rosie " Home Room Treasurer 8: Pep Club 3, 4, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 6, 8 : Life Saving 8 : Prom Committee 8 ; Art Committee 8. Everything she does, she does with ease. LINDSAY. DENNIS HAY " Denny " Football 3, 4 ! Baseball 4, 8 ; Swimming 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Life Saving 4, fi, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. Love, honor and oh baby I —93— LITTLEWOOD, PAUL " Paul " Social Committee 7, 8; Home R K m President 7; Amis Unidos 8; " Kins: Lear. " " Acute Angles " : (England) Football 7; Rugby 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; (England) Track 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 England . ; Swimming 7 ; Literature Editor of England Year Book 6 ; Oracle Reporting 7. I am a lover and have not found the one to love. McCAULEY, DIANE CAROLE " Di " Home Room Vice President 7; Secretary 5; Pep Club 7, 8; Golf 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8; Intra- mural 7 ; Prom Committee 8. A rose without a thorn. LOFTUS, JOYCE DARLENE " Joycie " Student Council 5, 7, 8 : Judicial Board 5 : Usher 6, 8 ; Chairman 7 ; Citizenship 6 ; Assembly 7 ; Chairman 8 ; Sub-Deb 3, 4, 5, 6 : Latin Club 8, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cheer Leader 3, 4 : Pep Kadets 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Captain 7, 8 ; Oracle 7, 8 : Prom Committe 8. A friendly smile, a helping hand, a thought for each is her command. LONGEKBONB, PATRICIA FRANCIS " Pat " Cirls - Glee Club 8, 4, 6, 6, 7 ; Banquet Com- mittee 8. A sudden thought strikes me. LOKEY, ROBERT PERRY " Fred " Halls 4, 5, 7; Stage (Chairman) 4, 5. 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room Secretary 7 ; Concessions 3, 4 ; Hi-Y 7, 8 ; Photography 6. 6, 7 : " Death Takes A Holiday, " " Night of January IB, " " Diary of Anne Frank, " " Letters to Lucerne, " " Berkeley Square " 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Football I, 6, 7 ; Basketball 3, 4 ; Baseball 4, 6, 8 ; Wres- tling 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 5, 6, 7 ; Saturday Biology 3, 4 ; Prom Committee 8. The less men talk, the more they think. LOVELL. PATSY LUELLA " Patsy " Extra Curricular Activities 8 : Pep Club 7, 8 : Y. F. C. 7, 8: Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 5 : (East) 6 ; A Cappella Choir 7 f 8 ; Home Room Secre- tary 8 ; Announcement Committee 8. A sunbeam took form when she was born. LOSEE, JON RICHARD " Jon " Football 3, 6, 7; Basketball 3, 4; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8 : Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6,7,8: Breakfast Committee 8. He has a method in his calmness. McCarthy, michael Patrick " Mike " Hi-Y Club 8; Latin Club 5, 6, 8 ; Track 4, 6, 8; Intramurals S, 4, 5, 7; Chairman, Break- fast 8. Slow and easy going, hut he gets there just the same. McCAULEY, RICHARD HARRISON " Midge- Student Council President 8 ; Treasurer 6 ; Parliamentarian 7 ; Finance Committee Chair- man 6 ; Assembly Committee 5, 7 ; Halls Com- mittee 7 ; Stage 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Concessions 3, 4; Intra-City Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room President 3. 4 : Hi-Y Chaplain 7, 8 ; Saturday Biology 3, 4 ; " Death Takes A Holiday. " " Diary of Anne Frank, " Stage Crew ; Football 3, 5, 7 : Basketball 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Baseball 4, 6. 8; Intramurals 6; Oracle Edi- torial Staff 8 ; Renortng 7, 8 ; Prom Com- mittee 8. He goes on the theory that the football field isn ' t the only place you need a good line. McCOLLUM, CRAIG ROY Home Room Treasurer 6. A good deed is never lost. McKINNEY, PATRICIA LOU Ready for fun anytime, anywhere. " Pat " McKINSTRY, SHEILA JAYNE " Sheila " Finance Committee 7, 8 ; Citizenship Com- mittee 7, 8 ; Extra Curricular Activities Com- mittee 7, 8 ; Assistant Home Room Secretary 8; Treasurer 3, 4, 5; Amis Unido 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8 : F. T. A. 7, 8; Bowling 4, 5 ; Saturday Morning Physics Class 3, 4 ; Life Saving 3, 4 : Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cheer Leading 4, 5, 6 ; Office Assistant 6, 7, 8 ; T.V. Office Assistant 7, 8. Mixer Committee 8. Of her presence you are always aware. MrKOWEN, DONNA LEA " Donna " Home Room President 8 ; Secretary 7 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 ; (Tech) Office Assistant 7 ; Questionnaire 8. She will find a way. MYER, MARY Better late than never. —94- MILLER, DUDLEY LEE " Dud " Home Room Vice President 4, 8 ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. (iood sense and good nature are seldom separated. MILLER, KAREN LOUISE " Mouse " Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room Presi- dent 6. 8 ; Vice President 6 ; Secretary 7 ; Latin Club 8, 4, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 7 ; Student Leader 6, 7 ; Pep Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporting 7, 8 ; Oracle Business 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. Mischief is her main asset. MOEN, DONALD The gentlemen is i WILLIAM devil. " Don " MOON, CAROL LYNN •Susie " Home Room President 4 ; Art Committee 8, 4 ; Bowling 7, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8 ; Mimeo- graph and Duplication 8. The world is happier because of her. MOORE. LaSONIA DaVONNE " Sonnie " Citizenship Committee 8 ; Home Room Presi- dent 7 : Secretary 3, 5, 8 ; Latin Club 6, 6, Pep Club 8 ; Bowling 7 ; Intramurals Nurse ' s Office Assistant 7, 8; Class Night 8. The world ' s no better if we worry; life ' s no better if we hurry. MOORE. MARVIN EUGENE " Marv Boys ' Glee Club 8 ; Football 3, 7 : Track 7 j Wrestling 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. I shall laugh myself to death. MOORE, THOMAS RUSSELL " Tom " Hi-Y 3, 4 (Oklahoma) ; Football, Tennis Wres- tling (Oklahoma). Quietness is best. HOOKE. THOMAS SHERMAN Questionnaire 8. « ise man is he. " Tom " MORRIS, ROGER CLARK " Roger " Band 3, 4 j Orchestra 3, 4 ; Intramurals 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than speech. NEEDHAM, ANN MARIE " Ann " Pep Club 3, 4; Intramural Bowling 7; Cap and Gown 8. The gift of being agreeable. NELSON, THEODORE BYRON II " Teddy " Concessions 3, 4 ; Home Room Vice-President 3; Basketball 3, 4: Baseball 4; Intramurals 5, 6, 7 ; Office Assistant 7, 8 ; Library 4, 6 ; Breakfast Committee 8. I mean to make myself a man. NEWHOUSE, NORMAN C. " Norm " Social Committee 7 ; Assembly 8 ; Home Room Vice President 6 ; Life Saving 6 ; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 5, 6, 7 ; Editorial Staff 8 ; Reporting 7, 8 ; Library 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. He knew what is what. NEWSOM, MARSHALL JON, JR. " Jon " Concessions 7, 8 ; Intramurals 3, 5 ; Question- naire Committee 8. Ambition has no rest. NICHOLSON. DIXIE LEE " Dixie " Home Room Assistant Secretary 6, 6 ; Pep Club 6 ; Mixer Committee 8. With a dive into the world she ' ll be a success. —95— OLIVER. BARBARA JEAN " Barb ' Social Committee 7, 8 ; Pep Club 6, 7, 8 " Berkeley Square " Properties 6 ; Coif 6 Swimming 3, 4 : Student Leader 6, 7, 8 Intramurals 7 : Oracle Reporting 7, 8 : Pola Bear, Editor of Senior Activities 8 : Prom Committ« 8. A winning way, a pleasant smile, dressed so neat and quite in style. OLIVER. BRENDA KAY " Brenda " Concessions 3, 4 : Mixer Committee 8. Pratt] to walk with, witty to talk with. ONETH. ARLENE KAY " Arlene ' Pep Club 7. 8 ; Prom Committee 8. In every place I find a friend. ONETH. DARLENE MAE " Darlene Home Room President 3 : Vice President 4 : Secretary 7 ; Pep Club 8 ; Prom Committee 8. A good deed is never lost. PATTERSON, NANCY AILEEN | ' Nancy " Extra Curricular Activities 5, 6 ; Chairman 7, 8 i Latin Club 3, 4, 6 : Saturday Biology Club 3, 4 ; Orchestra 3, 4 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4 : A Cappellla Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 : Life Saving 4. 5 : Class Night Committee 8. (Juiet, modest, and useful. PATTON. CHARLES ORAN " Chuck " Football t, 5 : Wrestling 5. 6, 7 : Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. He ' s nice and tall and liked by all. PAXTON. CH ARLETTE ARDEEN " harlette Usher Committee 7, 8 ; Home Room P 4 ; Secretary 8 : Treasurer 6, 7 ; Pep 4, 6, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 8, 4, 6, 6, 7. 8 Mixer Committee 8. Sunshine rules her heart. PETERSON. BARBARA RUTH " Barb " Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 : Saturday Biology 3, 4: Life Saving 3, 4: Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Intramurals 7; Pep Kadets 3. 4, 6. 6, 7, 8; Bowling 5 : Oracle Reporting 7 ; Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8. She who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare. PARKS, PHILIP WAYNE " Phil " Art 7, 8 ; Amis Unidos 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Banquet Committee 8. Whatever advice you give, be brief. PETERSON. PAMELA ANN " Pam " Home Room Treasurer 5, 8 : Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6 : Pep Club 7, 8 : Band 3, 4, 5. 6 : Pep Kadets 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporting 7 : Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8 ; Prom Committee 8. Silence is golden. PATTERSON, GARY LEE Intramurals 6, 7, 8. A dreamer at heart. " Gary " PETERSON, STANLEY HERMAN Track 4: (Tech) Intramurals 6, 7, 8 ; Committee 8. Better a witty f ool than a foolish wit, •Stan " Mixer NH ' OLET. LANNY DOUGLAS ' noun " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6 (Iowa Falls) 7, 8 ; A Cappella Choir 5. fi ; Variety Show, Musical- ities. R. V. R. (Iowa Falls); Art 3, 4, 6, 6 (Iowa Falls I : Football 3 (Iowa Falls l : Base- ball 2. 4, 6 l Iowa Falls); Editorial Staff 5, n i Iowa Falls). A friendly fellow to meet. PHOENIX. SHARON LOUISE " Sharon " Citizenship 7. 8 ; Extra Curricular Activities 7, 8; Hume Room Secretary 6: Amis Unidos 3, 4, 6. 6, 7 ; F. T. A. 3, 4, 6, 6, 7 ; Pep Club 7, 8 ; Life Saving 4 : Cheer Leader 4. 5, 6 ; Assistant Office 5 ; Questionnaire Committee 8. Real merit cannot be hidden. —96— POWERS. NANCY ELLEN " Nance " Social Committee 7. 8 : Films 5, 6 ; Assembly , 7, 8 ; Home Room Vice President 6, 7 ; Pep Club 6, 6, 7, 8; (8, 4. Jefferson City) Band 8, 4 ; (Jefferson City) Swimming 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Intrnmurals 3, 4; (Jefferson City) Life Sav- ing B. (i : Pep Kadets 5, 6 ; Oracle 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. I have caught my heav ' nly jewel. C3 I ' l 1. 1. FY. KARV HFNRY " Gary- Hand 3, 4, 6, 6. 7. 8 : Orchestra 3, 4, 5. 6 ; Intramurals 3, 4, B, 6, 7, 8 ; Library 8: Ques- tionnaire Committee 8. A guy worth knowing. RICE. JAMES DONALD " Jim " D. E. C. A. 7, 8: Intramurals 3, 4; Class Night 8. Bravery never goes out of fashion. RILEY. PAULA LEE Pep Club 3, 4, B, 6, 7, tary 3, 4 ; Intramurals Student Leader 4, B. B : Social Committee 7, Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8 ; 7 ; Prom Committee 8. Personality plus. " Paula " H : Home Room Secre- 1 : Cheer Leader 8, 4 ; Pep Kadets 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Assembly Committee Reporting PERDUE. LONNY LEE " Lonnie " Intramurals 8. Innocent in appearance, but devilish in action. BAHET, JEANNINE MARIF " Jean " " Letters to Lucerne: " Mixer Committee 8. She skips through life. |i ' $S RAYMOND, ROBERT CLIFFORD " Bob " Man of action — a typical all-around good fellow. RENAKER. JOLANE BLA1 " Jo- Student Council Member; Pep Club 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Kadets B, 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room President fi ; Vice President 7, 8 ; Secretary 6 : Prom Committee 8. A wise girl, nix; a learned girl, nay; a happy girl, that ' s her — hurray. REYNOLDS. EDWANNA JEAN " Jean " Student Leader 4, 6, 6, 7 ; Life Saving S ; Commencement Committee 8. A lovely gal without pretense. ROBINSON. DOUGLAS EUGENE " Doug- Track 4, 6, 8 ; Swimming 3, 4, 6. 6, 7, 8 • Intramurals 3.4.6,6,7,8; Prom Committee H. Of his presence you are always aware. ROCKWELL. MARGO ALANA " Margo " She puts the bounciness in every tennis game. ROLLINS. KENNETH CARL " Ken- Football 3, B, 7 ; Intramurals 6, 7 : Breakfast Committee 8. Quietness is a virtue. ROSS. REBECCA JEANNE " Becky " Home Room Treasurer 7, 8 : Latin Club 4, S, 6, 7, 8 ; Service and Red Cross 6, 8 ; Pep Club 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 6. 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 7, 8 : Chairman, Announcement 8. A very nice girl. ROYAL, PETER LEWIS " Pete " Home Room President 6, 7 ; Vice President 6 : Foo tball 3, 6; Basketball 3, 4; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Life Savins 4. Sorry, girls, I ' m taken. —97— SAPPEN FIELD, SHARON LEE " Sappy " Art Committee 3, 4, 5 ; Pep Club 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporting 7, 8 ; Business 7, 8 ; Polar Bear Business 7, 8 ; Office Assistant 8, 4 ; Com- mencement Committee 8. How much better is it to weep at joy than to joy at weeping. SCI ARROTTA, RACHEL ANTHONETTE " Rae Pep Club 6 ; Bowling 6. 7 ; Cap and Gown 8. The type of girl who has many friends. SEMPLE. SHARON ANN " Sharon " Intramurals 7 ; Office Assistant 8 ; Mixer Committee 8. Her abilities are not all revealed. SHAFER. RICHARD EARL " Dick " Distributive Education Clubs of America 7, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. A nicer guy you ' ll never meet. SHAFFER, JAMIE HAROLD " Jim " Usher Committee 7 ; Chairman 8 ; Assembly Committee 8 ; Social Committee 8 ; Stage Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Council Member 8; Home Room Treasurer 4, 5; " Berkeley Square " Stage Crew 6 ; Tennis 5 : Wrestling 5, 7 ; Track 4, 6 ; Prom Committee 8. The longer you know him, the better yon like him. SMITH, LINDA JEAN " Linda " Student Council Secretary C ; Executive Board 6; Social Committee 6; Finance Committee 4. 5 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 6 ; Dolphin Club 8 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3 ; A Cap[ ella Choir 4, 5, 6, 8 ; Life Saving 3, 4 ; Home Room Treasurer 3, 4 ; Flag Twirler 3, 4 ; Swimming 8 ; Majorettes 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Bowling 4, 5 : Prom Committee 8. A rare combination of beauty and brains. SNYDER, BHERRIL LYNN 1 Slurril " Citizenship Committee 7, 8 ; Concessions 5, 6, 7, 8 : Home Room President 5 ; Secretary 7 ; Debutantes 3 ; Bowling 5 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Mixer Committee 8. A star is no brighter than she. SPURLING, PATRICIA JANE " Jane " Art Committee 7, 8 : Concessions Committee 7, 8 ; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8 ; A Cap- pella Choir 7, 8; Mixer Committee 8; Art Committee 8. A light heart lives long. STERNS, LARRY DEAN " Larry " Bund 3. 4; Orchestra 3; Intramurals 8; Class Night 8. He looks the world in the face. STOUT, JAMES HARRISON " Jim- Judicial Board 7, 8 ; Halls Committee 8 ; Home Room President 3, 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Wres- tling 3 : Prom Committee 8. Deeds, not words, describe him. SHARP, BR EN DA DIANN " Brenda " Tri-Hi-Y (Corlein High) 3, 4 ; D. U. (Corlein High ) 5. 6. A quiet person in the class room. STOUT. SARA KAY " Sara " Latin Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 8: Orchestra ii (Centervilie, Iowa) : Announcements 8. Shy and gentle in manner. SIMPSON, DIXIE NORRINE " Dixie " Concessions 8 ; Deca 7 ; Prom Committee 8. She ' ll find a way. STRAIT, SHARON LEE Cap and Gown 8. I dare not be as funny as I can. " Sharon ' —98— KTRAl SHUGH. WILLIAM HAV ' •Bill- Saturday Biology Club 8, 4, 6, 6 ; Bowline League ;j, 5 : Questionnaire 8 (Chairman). If there is a way, he will find it. TOMLINSON. DOROTHY AGNES " Dorothy- Concessions 5, 6, 7. 8 ; Service and Red Cross 5, fi : D. E. C. A. 7, 8 ; Library Assistant 5, 6 • Breakfast Committee. Very friendly and alert girl. SWAN. KENNETH LEE " Ken " Hand; " Melody of Moods " (Fargo. North Da- kota) 3 ; Football 3, 6, 7 : Swimming 3, 5, 7 ; Intramurals 4, 6. 8: Life Saving; Class Night 8. Nothing astonishes men so much as common sense and plain dealing. TRAVIS, BONNIE JEAN " Bonie " Tennis 6; Intiamurals 8; Commencement 8. A smile for everyone. SWAN. ROBERT GENE " Bob- Band 3, 8 ; Football 3, 8 ; Basketball 7 ; Swim- ming 7, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. He ' s not tall, he ' s not small, he ' s friendly to all. TUTTLE, MARJORIE ANNE Intramurals 4, 6. Her cares are now all ended. " Margie " SYLVESTER. JERI LYN " Jer " Intra-City Student Council Alternate 7, 8 ; Art Committee Chairman 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Assembly Committee 7, 8 : Pep Club 7, 8 ; Rope Jumping 6, 7, 8 ; Home Room Secretary 5 : Treasurer 4 ; Student Leader 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee Chairman 8. A woman hath nine lives like a cat. UPCHURCH, MODINE EVELYN " Modo " Home Room Vice President 8 ; Treasurer 4 • Dolphin Club 8 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4 ; Swim- ming 7, 8; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 5. 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. True to her work, her friends, and her word. TAYLOR. SUSAN " Sue- Usher 7 ; Extra Curricular Activities 7 ; Home Room President 8 ; Latin Club 3, 4 ; Pencil Pushers 3 ; Girls ' Glee Club 3. 4 ; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; " Letters to Lucerne " 7 ; Breakfast Committee 8. A light heart lives long. VALENCIC. WILMA LOUISE " Louise- Home Room Secretary fi ; Spanish Club B, 6 ; Girls ' Glee Club 6 ; Life Saving 3. 4 ; Cap and Gown 8. Quiet and likeable. THOMAS, CONSTANCE MAE " Connie- Mixer Committee 8. The sort of girl we all like. VAUGHT, SANDRA MONNIE " Sandy " Art 8, 7, 8 ; Home Room Vice President 7 ; Student Leader B, 6, 7, 8 ; Roi e Jumping 7, 8 ; Senior Art Committee 8 ; Banquet Com- mittee 8 ; Prom Committee 8 ; Oracle Report- ing 8. Make yourself necessary to somebody. TIPPETTS, DIANE RAE " Diane " Usher 4, 7, 8 ; Reception Committee 7 ; Home Room Secretary 8 ; French and Spanish Club 7, 8; Pep Club 8; Intramurals 4, B, 8 ; Chair- man, Breakfast 8. There are so many things this girl knows. VOELL. JOHN RAYMOND " Johnnie " Home Room President ; Baseball 4 ; Intramur- als Prom Committee 8. Early to bed and early to rise isn ' t a bit of fun. —99— WADE, JAMES CLEVELAND " Jim " Home Room Treasurer 8; Hi-Y 7; Football 8; Wrestling 3, B; Baseball 4; Intramurals fi ; Oracle Reporting 7, 8; Baccalaureate Com- mittee 8. He has a studious look, but looks are some- times deceiving;. WALKER. JO ANN " Jo Ann " Pep Club S, 4 ; Service and Red Cross 4, 6 ; Debutantes 6 ; Mixer Committee 8. Young ladies will be young ladies. WALLACE, SHARON LEE " Sharon " Breakfast Committee 8. I am a lover, but have not found the one to love. WARE, PENNY ALECIA " Penny " Drama Club 3 (Roosevelt); Latin Club 7, 8; Jr. Achievement 7, 8 ; Golf 6, 7 ; Tennis 7, 8 ; Swimming 8. She speaks, behaves, and acts as she ought. WATKINS, VERA JEAN " Vera " Debutantes 3 ; Girls ' Glee Club Mixer Com- mittee 8. Her sweetness is a joy to all. WATTS. KENNETH ROBERT Track 4 : Banquet Committee 8. If there ' s a job to do, I ' ll do it. WEDDELL. SHARON SUE " B ml Home Room Secretary 3; Student Leader 4, 6, 6, 7; Rope Jumping 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle 7: Polar Bear Assistant Glossies 8 ; Office Assist- ant 5 : Prom Committee 8. Heaven protects the dancer. WELDER. GLORIA JEAN " Gloria " Home Room Treasurer 5, 6 ; Latin Club 3 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Office Assistant 5 ; Mimeograph and Duplication 8. A good deed is never lost. WEST. CHRISTINA LEE " Chris " Safety Committee 7, 8; Concessions 4, 5, 6; Home Room President fi, 7 ; Vice President 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Latin Club 4, 5 : Dolphin Club 8 ; Saturday Biology Class 3, 4 ; Golf 6, 7 ; Life Saving 6 ; Pep Kadets 3, 4, 6, 6 ; Polar Bear, Editor 8, Rei orting 7 ; Prom Committee 8. Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm. WHITE, VERDO MARGON " Verdo " Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6,; Track 4; Intramurals 3, 4, 5. He never confines himself to facts, just figures. WATSON. ELLEN KROHN Love, laugh, and live longer. " Ellen " WIEGAND. HENRY DUANE " Hank- Football 3 (Tech); Wrestling 3, 4 (Tech); Intramurals 7, 8. At last I am free. WATSON, JERRY KEITH " Letters To Lucerne " 7 ; Mixer Committee 8. Perfection marks this man. " Jerry " Intramurals 7 ; WILLIS, DAVID FREMAN " Davey " Boys ' Glee Club 3, 4, 6 ; A Cappella Choir 4, 5; Track 5; Intramurals 3, 4, B. He is a guy everyone ought to know. —100— WINCE. BILL DOMONIC " Bill- Boys ' Glee Club 1 : A Cappella Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Never trouble trouble ' til trouble troubles you. WORDKN. JOHN ROGER " John " Home Room President 7; Art Committee 7; " Diary of Anne Frank, " " Berkeley Square " Art; Life Savin j Track; Mixer Committee 8. Nice. (|uiet. friendly. WILSON. THOMAS HEWES " Wils " Social 4, 6, 6, 7. 8 ; Assembly 7 ; School Pho- tography 4, 6, 6, 7: Hi-Y, Secretary 7, 8: Public Address Committee 3, 4, 6, 6; Football 3, 6, 7 ; Swimming 3. 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 5. 7; Photography 4, 6. 6, 7; Oracle; Prom Committee 8. When with girls. Tom ' s quite a dish: but in the pool, he ' s just a fish. ZIEBELL. VIRGINIA LEE " Virginia " Art 8 ; Concessions 4, 5, 6 ; Spanish Club 6 ; Photography 7 ; Girls ' Glee Club 8 ; Intra- murals fi, 7; Golf 6. 7: Student Leader 7. 8; Announcement Committee 8. A more likable person cannot be found. WINDERS, DENNIS JAMES " Denny- Student Manager 3 ; Intramurals 5 : Mixer Committee 8. Live each day to your greatest capacity. BOND, THOMAS BRUCE " Tom " Basketball 3, 4 ; Intramurals 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. Oh, why should life all labor be? WITMER. ELLEN SUE " Ellen- Girls ' Glee Club; A Cappella Choir 3; Ban- quet Committee 8. A girl like her we seldom meet. BURKE. ERNEST " Ernest- Track 4, 6, 8 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 7 ; Cross Country 5, 7 : Break- fast Committee 8. All great men are dying. I don ' t feel so well myself. WITT. SUSANN ROSE " Sue " Pep Club 8 j Intramurals 8 ; Class Night 8. The gift of being liked. WITTMAN. CHARLES DOUGLAS " Chuck- Band 3. 4, 6, 6, 7 ; Tennis 6. 7; Clara Night Committee 8. Someone has to be quiet. WOLF. FRANCIS MAYNARD " Frank " Art 3, 4 ; Concessions 3, 4 ; Home Room Pres- ident 3 : Treasurer fi : Hi-Y 7, 8 : " Diary of Anne Frank, " " Death Takes A Holiday, " " Berkeley Square, " " Letters To Lucerne " Art; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Wrestling 3, 4 ; Track 4, 6, 8 : Prom Committee 8. Smiles make your troubles lighter. —101— s iiffust (jrctducited ARENDTS, CHARLOTTE ELAINE " Charlotte " Service and Red Cross 5 ; Latin Club 1 ; Girls ' Glee Club 4, 8 ; Bowling 7 : Assistant, Nurse ' s Office 6 ; Prom Committee 8. A nice jrirl. I) ISDN, JUDY MAY Prom Committee 8. A nice voice and a pleasant smile. " Judy " FANE, LOIS IRENE " Lois " Pej Club 3. 4 ; Girls " Glee Club 8 ; Mixer Committee 8. Without kindness there can be no joy. JAY, JUDITH CAROLE " Judy " Service and Red Cross 3 ; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Gilis ' Glee Club 4, 7, 8; Student Leader 5; Breakfast Committee 8. Who so loves believes the impossible. NUCKOLLS, SUSANNE CAROL " Sue " Girls ' Glee Club 8; Breakfast 8: Art Com- mittee 8. Soft smiles by human kindness. PARISHO. SUSANNE KAY In every place I find a friend. " Sue " GRUENING, JOHN AUGUST " John " Art Committee 8 ; Service and Red Cross 6 ; Home Room Vice President 6 ; Football 3 ; Intramurals 6 ; Art Committee 8 ; Breakfast Committee 8. I came. I saw, and now I ' m leaving. RICE, JERRY KENNETH " Jerry " We all of us live too much in a circle. —102— Upper 75% off January ClaAA Row One Tom Brown, Susan Linn, Betty Peterson, Janice McGowan, Cathie Wallace. Row Two Karen Peggs Mike C.unson, Bob Moore, Tom Lonvrden, Steve Huntoon. Row Three — Carol Elings, Eileen Malmanger Janet Samo, Linda Smith, Jerry Farr, Bob Anthony. " Upper 75% June ClaAA ,.. ? W ° ne— Joy™ Loftus, Judy Gangestad, Barb Bark, Paula Riley, Darlene DeCarlo. Charlette Paxton, Bobbi Wells, Joan Carver, Kathy Donahue, Nancy Donovan, Nancy Romp. Row Two -Nancy Powers, Linda Smith, Donna Chance, Linda Glanville, Nancy Patterson, Ruth Bengtson, Rasma Narins, Roberta Fuller, Sheila McKinstry Karo- lyn Carley, Sharon Phoenix, Fred Chipps. Row Three — Sherrill Snyder, Jean Grubbs. Sonie Moore, Chris ' West Gary Knight, Becky Ross, Larry Coppola, Penny Ware, Mary Stone, Larrie Lassiter, Nicky Bittner. Row Four— Bill ' Howard, Jim German, Tom Wilson, Larry Kurmel, Jack Passwaters. Lee Kness. Jim Stout, Philip Parks Jim Shaf- fer, Dennis Forker. —103— THIS IS A LUMNUS.. ALUMNUS is what you are when you are graduated from High School. These past years spent in exploring and developing your spe- cial talents have reached an important plateau. Capital City Bank congratulates you on past achievements and wishes you success in future endeavors. What ' s next? College? A job? Whatever your future, Capital City Bank would like to help you overcome any financial problem that might stand in the way of your plans. Come join our ever-growing list of young customers. A good banking relationship with this FULL SERVICE bank will be a prized possession in years to come. We ' re looking forward to meeting you. . . . The Bank With The Personal Touch EAST FIFTH AND LOCUST Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation —104— Thomas Brown Kathy Donahue Judy Gangestad Linda Glanville Jean Grubbs Gary Knight Susan Linn Janice McGowan Rasma Narins Nan Patterson Betty Peterson Sharon Phoenix Linda Smith Catharine Wallace Roberta Wells FOR SIGNIFICANT ACHIEVEMENT . . . we honor the UPPER 3% whose scholastic excellence merits acclaim and recognition that their high accomplishment is the truly outstanding one of the school year. PRINTING PLATE COMPANY 1912 GRAND AVENUE 9 DES MOINES 6, IOWA —IOC— • Best Wishes from BOESEN THE FLORIST j 700 GRAND AVE. 1 3801 INGERSOLL Mjj 3422 BEAVER AVE. - - CH 3-4279 - - BL 5-2188 - - CR 7-4416 S: ld by Barbara Peterson Crown Thee Queen of Saturnalia BRADLEY PRINTING COMPANY Commercial Printers and Publishers Graduation Name Cards — Announcements 381 1 Sixth Ave. AT 2-8359 or AT 2-8350 S-jld by Joyce I.oftus and Betty Hutton + i ■ I i j 1 Congratulations Class of 1961 I + - STONER PIANO CO. Iowa ' s Largest Most Beautiful Piano Organ Store HAMMOND ORGANS FINEST PIANOS ON THE MARKET 1013-1015 Walnut St. Sold by Roberta Wells FLOWERS by 812 Locust CH 4-0307 Sold by Paul Littlewood i I ! ! INVITATIONS — NAPKINS BOOKS — THANK YOU NOTES A complete selection that will please every bride . . . yet prices are moderate Your Bridal Headquarters Boone ' s Book and Bible Store Inc. 31 1 to 313 - 9th Street Sold by Tom Fergus I —106— Compliments of A Friend Suld by Sharon Weddel] Congratulations HILAND PARK HARDWARE Weldon and Mildred Miller Phone CH 4-0443 3613 6th Avenue Said by Betty Hutton and Joyce Loftus + „ . + — — — + Rissman ' s Auto Parts 4340 Douglas Avenue Phone CR 4-2515 Sold by Mary Howard | , . ■ ■ ■ + t , „ , . + Congratulations " 61 " Graduates from DeCarlo ' s Grill 549 -6th Ave. Phone CH 3-9827 Sold by Darlene DeCarlo Elvis? Compliments of DIAL FINANCE COMPANY PARK FAIR SHOPPING CENTER Sold by Arlene Jones ESTIMATES IN THE HOME GAMBLE ' S FURNITURE SERVICE Restyling and Repairing Custom Built Furniture Proprietor — Kenneth O. Gamble 920 Hull Ave. Phone AM 6-8826 Sold by Jackie Dunshee i I 1 1 JAY ' S BAKERY Turn Overs, Cream Horns, Small Pies, and Brownies Always Say " Jay ' s Glaze " 1539 Sixth Ave. CH 3-3553 Sold by Jon Van Dusseldoi p and Mike Hanna + i j J ! + j ACCl R r 1 i I Richard PHARMACY ... llll 1.. II PURITY 3100 Merle Hay Road Phone BR 6-4578 Sold by Paul Littlcwood 1 J. . . + | | I I COMPLIMENTS OF IOWA ROOFING COMPANY 2908 Sixth Ave. Phone CH 3-1255 Sold by Penny Parson I | i i Compliments of BAKER ' S CAFETERIA THE NEW BAKER ' S SYLVAN CAFETERIA 2733 Douglas — Thompson Plaza BAKER ' S UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA 2414 University Sold by Penny Parson i „ ., a ... .. — - — ... — . + , . ■ , + j Keo Car Wash Fast Automatic Service 1330 Keo Way $1.75 or $1.25 with 8 gals, of gasoline or more { A Clean Car Is a Reflection of Its Owner Sold by Carolyn Wilson { Compliments of Bankers Trust Company 6th and Locust Member F. D. I. C. Sold by Frank Richards + . LATEST TECHNIQUES IN GRADUATION PORTRAITS ANDREWS STUDIO 822 Walnut Street CH 4-4956 Des Moines 9, Iowa Weddings— Graduations Sold by Karen Miller . ._. + -108— ! 1 I I I - + - ! I I I l I - CHICKADEE CHICKEN — THE BEST Spaghetti — Steaks — Shrimp — Ribs Sandwiches 2809 Sixth Avenue i i I Sold by Leona Van Veen , OWEN CRIST AUTO BODY SERVICE j BODY REBUILDING— FENDER WORK PAINTING — UPHOLSTERING GLASS — FRAME AND AXLE — AUTO TOPS Keo and 14th St. PI. Dial CH 4-5258 I Sold by Nancy Lajko TRIPLETTS TOY TOWN ! TOYS THE YEAR AROUND. COME IN AND BROWSE ! AROUND IN IOWA ' S LARGEST TOY STORE | PARK FAIR — Plenty of Free Parking — DOWNTOWN | 2nd and Euclid, AT 8-1685 10th Grand, CH 4-3155 Sold by Nancy Lajko — ,» — ,„ — ,„, — . — — „„ — ,+ f f SCHWARZ DRUG CO. Druggists and Apothecaries 1 1301 Forest Ave. Des Moines, Iowa ! I Sold by Nile lies I I I ! 4 - [ j I i Good Luck, Seniors! Highland Park State Bank Member F. D. I. C. Third and Euclid Sold by Mike Hanna T ■ ■ ■ ■ 4 Low Overhead Free Estimates ■ I Elmer Eckburg Carpets Name Brands — Prices Are Right 7th and College AT 2-7173 Sold by Betty Gamble For the Finest Dairy Products You Can Buy Anywhere, THE EXTRA QUALITY MILK Choose Flynn Phone CH 3-6211 FLYNN DAIRY COMPANY Eighth and University 1 + - Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Joyce Loftus and Betty Hutton —109— (Complete Jf r intina Service WFIeand YFjore Jlian Jf t an i redded an d f- erAonnet IT MEANS ART SERVICE COPY SERVICE LAYOUT SERVICE PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE All of these PLUS The Latest Equipment and Skilled Craftsmen are yours at GARNER PUBLISHING COMPANY 615-19 Euclid Avenue Phone ATlantic 2-8146 Estimates Gladly Given — Call ATlantic 2-8146 for Our Representative —110— i i ! I ■ I I ■• ■- i i ■ i ! I ACME CLEANERS 6th Euclid CH 3-8621 Sold by Arlene Jones — ■ •+ BUTTERWORTH TIRE COMPANY U. S. Royal — Dunlop " The Best Place in Town to Buy Tires " 433 East Grand Phone CH 4-5215 Sold by Judy Gangestnd _ ____„ + Congratulations Class of 1961 Now 2 fine stores for your shopping pleasure FRANKELS 612-616 Locust Park Fair 2nd and Euclid + — . — i Sold by Paul Littlewood It We Sell For Less " CAPITAL CITY FORD Bank Rate Financing Iowa ' s Best Service Low Overhead Address Check Our Deal Before You Buy Any j New or Used Car or Truck Mike Taylor ' s Capital City Ford 524 E. Sixth + — AT 8-2271 Sold by Dick McCauley Jump tall . . . Paul! Treat Ca o° :o o°o Sold by Judy Gan?;estad -in- GRAND VIEW COLLEGE The College of the American Evangelical Lutheran Church DES MOINES, IOWA Founded 1896 2 YEARS OF COLLEGE — LIBERAL ARTS — PRE-PROFESSIONAL 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. FALL SEMESTER BEGINS SEPTEMBER 11, 1961 HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS— REASONABLE COSTS Join Your Friends At G. V. C. Sold by Tom Fergus ■ j I i I I I FIRESTONE STORE 131 East Euclid Ave. Complete Home and Auto Supplies " Across from Park Fair " Sold by Judy Ganges tad I I I ■ I I I FIRST FEDERAL STATE BANK 24th and University Phone BL 5-3121 Sold by Judy (iangestad LIDDELL BROTHERS FURNITURE 2323 Forest Ave. Phone CR 7 8613 " Complete Line of Furniture, Appliances and Television Sold by Chris West " i I + I COLONIAL PANCAKE INN 5601 Hickman Road " Anytime is Pancake Time " Sold by Chris West FACTS: Years of research have gone into every can of nationally advertised brands . . . like DEL MONTE, LIBBY ' S, HUNT ' S and HEINZ ... to name a few. You can be sure of these brands when you shop for foods at SUPER VALU ! ! FICTION: That all brands are the same qual- ity. Many private brands are not top quality. SHOP FOR THE WELL-KNOWN, NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS AT YOUR NEARBY SUPER VALU STORE i i i SUPER VALU ■i Sold by Judy Lamb + - ■ SEE FLOYD LEHMAN FORD INC. For A-l Used Cars 15th and Locust AT 2-8750 ; Sold by Dick McCauley ] — •+ j NUTT TRAILER RENTAL SERVICE j ■ i 2714 -2nd Avenue CH 4-7431 Sold by Jim Wade j I ■ I 1 I I I CHARLES BEAUTY SALON The Latest Style in Hair Cutting 5709 Hickman Road Phone CR 9-9784 Call for Appointment Sold by Paula Riley + I Congratulations North Seniors, from G. W. ONTHANK COMPANY 2701 Onthank Drive Phone CH 3-8165 Sold by Judy DeVore I I I I + I I I i ■ i ■ i i Smart Graduates look to DAVIDSONS for a lifetime of the finest values and services J I 4- -113— Sold by Sharon Sappenfield Manikin and Minikin f ■ j I ] I I + - f j i I i DE PHILLIPS RESTAURANT FINE FOODS 2801 Second Ave. Phone CH 3-9348 I i I I I I I i i i i + - Bold by Nancy Powers j ] ! I I + i ■ i WONDERFUL WONDERFUL WONDERFUL WONDERFUL WONDERFUL WONDERFUL RADIO 94 The New KIOA LARRY MONROE SHOW 3-6 P.M. Sold by Joyce Loftus and Nancy Powers J i I LouAva ' s BEAUTY SALON j i 2721 East University Phone AM 5-1157 Styling — Tinting — Coldwave Sold by Sharon Sappenf ield I Finest In Quality Newest In Fashion Most Accurate Fit I SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY I WALK INTO H Walker ' s —114— 608 Walnut CH 4-7119 Sold by Tom Fergus + — — — — f Best Wishes DON JOHNSON PHARMACY East 9th Hull Ave. Sold by Dennis Forker + + DES MOINES STUDIO WE SPECIALIZE IN GRADUATION AND WEDDING PORTRAITS 817 Locust St. CH 3-3400 Sold by Jackie Dunshee + . 4 I I I I ■ I I I - I I I 1 I Congratulations Seniors from LUTZ SUPER VALU 3805 SIXTH AVE. Sold by Dick McCauley KOCH BROTHERS Printers — Stationers — Office Outfitters Third to Fourth on Grand Ph. CH 4-4224 Sold by Louise Henderson HEARING AIDS All Models Behind the Ear Type — Cord Model HEARING GLASSES Batteries for All Makes Transistor Hearing Aid Company 423 Euclid CH 3-3873 Hours: 9 A. M. - 5 P. M. 9 to Noon on Saturday Sold by Jon VanDusseldorp and Mike Hanna NIELSEN GREENHOUSE 1900 High Street Phone CH 3-0101 — .+ +■■ Sold by Jim Wade ! — - — — « — - — - — •+ FARAO ' S KOFFEE KUP RESTAURANT I Orders to Take Out 518 Euclid Ave. Phone CH 3-9268 Sold by Sharon Weddell I White ' J Suck kiH £tcte 4021 Sixth Avenue " Everything in Genuine Buckskin " Sold by Paula Riley . I PETE ' S FOOD MARKET Open Doily 7:00 a. m. to 7:30 p. m. Holidays and Sundays 10:00 to 12:00 ■f I 1540 Mondamin Phone CH 4-1457 Sold by Betty Gamble ! I ! Best Wishes from HIGHLAND PHARMACY 6th Euclid Avenue Phone CH 4-6275 Complete Prescription Service Sold by Kathy McConnell 1 I I i I + Congratulations Seniors Vic ' s Tally Ho Restaurant CHARCOAL BROILED FOODS CHICKEN, RIBS, AND SEA FOOD 5601 Douglas j I Real Estate Notary Service I I I H0MEFINDER REALTY Member of the Associated Brokers Sold by Nile lies 614 Euclid Ave. AT 3-1908 Sold by Vicky King —115— r Compliments of J. C. WHITE CONCRETE COMPANY 330 S. W. 7th CH 4-3161 Sold by Nile lies + .—-—A ; Compliments of Joe Clay John Carr FRANKLIN PLAZA DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 1 4944 Franklin BL 5-2165 1 Sold by Margie Swain J .+ ■■■■■■■■ . ,— ■ — ■ ■ ■ ■ — . .+ TRAVISS TELEVISION AND RADIO I I + - DRIVE-IN CAR RADIO REPAIR TV and Hi-Fi Service 1110 Locust St. Phone AT 8-7255 Sold by Jon Van Dusseldorp ! .— — — _____ FRANZEN ' S D-X SERVICE Where Service and Courtesy Prevails I 3918 Fleur Drive AT 8-9072 I +.—____ .. Sold by Vicky Kin K ] Russ Reel Abbie Polito I I I j J I LA PIZZA HOUSE Specializing in Pizza Also Serving Chicken — Ribs — Spaghetti Sea Foods — Steaks Private Rooms — Parties — Weddings — Banquets AT 8-2211 1013 S. E. 14th Sold by Lt ' iina Van Veen 111— !•{ I Auto Life Top Notch Insurance Rock Bottom Rates Fire I 1 STATE FARM INSURANCE J 1 + Agents Dale Thuirer Arthur F. Clark 2921 University Ave. BL 5-3189 Sold by Mike Manna and Jon Van Dusseldorp + ■+ ■+ Congratulations from Herman Miller Realty 4006 - 6th Ave. AT 8-9761 I I I I ■ 1 Let us be your helping hand in all real estate problems. Congratulations Seniors 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU + i ] 1 I i | Merle Hay Plaza I " Style Stokes for aar University Place THE FINEST SHOPS FOR YOUNG MEN Sold by Grant Van Dorn T " 1 I IOWA ' S LEADING JEWELERS I i •+ JEWELERS SINCE 1871 TWO STORES OF QUALITY JIKTH AT LOCUST CHtrry 3 6133 Convenient Monthly Payments MERLE HAY PLAZA BROwniitf 6-1521 +- i Sold by Mike Hanna and Jon Van Dusseldorp i Davey ' s Dinner Club FAMILY STYLE DINNERS i ! I I 5215 - 6th Ave. CH 3-9600 4». -116— Sold by Mike Hanna I I prepare for a career r . DRAKE UNIVERSITY fields of study include Sold by Jim Wade history • English • pharmacy • law • art teaching • accounting • journalism • music actuarial science • sociology • mathematics biology • marketing • physics • retailing psychology • political science • drama — 117— Not everyone can be valedictorian MEREDITH Publishing Company Investigate job opportunities with the pub- lishers of two of America ' s best selling maga- zines, BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS and SUCCESSFUL FARMING. GIRLS If you have typing and shorthand skills, be sure to come in and apply. Meredith offers the following benefits: • Good starting salary • 5 -day week • Free insurance program • A fine cafeteria • Pleasant offices • Friendly working associates • Free employee parking lots • Opportunity for Advancement Visit our personnel department soon. 1716 Locust Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Jackie Dunshee 1 A GOOD PLACE TO WORK Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and Affiliated Companies Serving Agriculture for Over 40 Years FARM BUREAU BUILDING 10th and Grand S: ld by Nancy Powers and Joyce Loftus +■ — ■ — ■ — ■ — - — » — - — » " — ■ — » ' — - — ■ — ■ — ■ — ■ — » — ' » — » — ■ — »+ . G R Bookkeeping 1412 Sixth Avenue DES MOINES Phone CH 3-7695 ' Good Accounting doesn ' t cost .... IT PAYS " Sold by Joyce Loftus and Betty Hutton —118— Jo. 374 tlie s mericcin rjCe 9 ' CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1961 Compliments of the Recreation C iuL Sold by Mike Hanna —119— North High, North High, dear old North High " NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS Luggage and Gifts from America ' s Leading Manufacturers HARTMANN TOURISTER SAMSON ITE WHEARY SKYWAY OSHKOSH Buy with Confidence by Purchasing Luggage That Is Guaranteed by Us and Reputable Manufacturer Free Monogramming — Easy Payments — No Carrying or Service Charge H ADDONS 8th and Walnut Suld by Jackie Dunshee —120— f— Congratulations ' 61 Graduates from CRITELLI S BARBER SHOP 1922 Cottage Grove Sold by Judy DeVore + I i Good for you! Colonial KLEIN S DEPARTMENT STORE 6th and Euclid Customer Parking Free in Rear Sold by Mary Howard + I Sold by Judy Canjrestarl i i i i i i i i i +•■ + i 1 TAYLORS Ladies Fashions 700 Walnut Street Sold by George Ann HearioM TALL STYLES Specialists in Tall Girl Fashions 705 Locust St. Phone AT 8-0646 Sold by Karolyn Carley HOFF ARMATURE and ELECTRIC CO Generators — Starters — Fuel Pumps Auto Electric Service 1 1429 Locust Street Sold by Chris West ] . .+ ■ ■ + MENEFEE DRYWALL COMPANY, Inc. " First with the Finest " 114 Fifth St. West Des Moines J Phone CR 4-3453 Sold by Chris West 1 „ . .+ CONSIDER... A CAREER ...NOT A JOB " X A Then looking ahead to your V V business life, you want to think beyond just a job. Consider the kind of business career you want and judge the qualities of the com- pany which is a part of that business. Life Insurance is a good business and the Equitable Life of Iowa is a good company — offering so many opportunities for the career man or woman. Look into the Equitable, and you ' ll find all of the so-called fringe benefits offered by business gener- ally, plus some that only Equitable has for you. Most importantly, there are so many phases of life insurance ■ I nit nim m m iftlf work that your opportunities for advancement and permanency are limited only by your own ability. In the Personnel Office, 1105 Equit- able Building, you ' ll find Miss Pat Bush — discuss with her all the opportunities that exist for you at the Equitable — you may choose your career right now. Equitable Life of Iowa FOUNDED 1867 • DF.S MOINES — 121 — Sold by Karotyn Carley Bill O ' Hare and Joe Godfroy, yearbook photographers, at work in the. dark room. + — . LUELLA ' S BEAUTY SHOP 1353 - 12th Street Monday thru Thursday Proprietor, Luella Parks Sold by Ruth Sims +■ ! I FARMER ' S INSURANCE GROUP R. E. " Dick " Servis, District Manager I 3715 Beaver Ave. Phone CR 9-3621 Sold by Louise Henderson + I I I + — — — »■ ■ ■ ■ Compliments Hamilton ' s Funeral Homes 520 East Ninth 6337 Hickman Road Sold by Karolyn Carley I = I I 4- Lighting Fixtures and Lamps and Shades ALBRIGHT ELECTRIC 2622 Beaver Ave. i 1 I I « -122— Phone CR 7-7946 Sold by Tom Fergus FARMERS CASUALTY MUTUAL 1906 Ingersoll Ave. Phone AT 8-7261 i j i i i ..+ + i Sold by Louise Henderson 1 Li-Gi-Wa DES MOINES PURE WATER COMPANY 2936 Raccoon Phone AM 6-7000 Sold by Judy Gangestad SAVE AT Home Federal SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Sixth and Grand " The Family Savings Center " Current Rate 4% Per Year Relax. ..refresh ...Have a Coke Sold by Carolyn Wilson ■+ Here ' s To Your Bright Electrical Future At work, at play, all around your house, electricity does so much to make living better for everyone. As you make your plans for the future, you can be sure that there will be plenty of electricity avail- iowa poweR able to do all those important jobs, eco- nomically. Upstairs, downstairs, all through your home, electricity is at work taking the work out of housework . . pro- viding entertainment and comfort for all. AND LIGHT COMPANY Sold by Tom Fergus -123— I ' ll buy an S.A.T. anytime for this! Use YELLOW CABS PHONE CH 3-1111 Sold bv Paula Riley f ,_ — . ,, + Be Sociable HAVE A PEPSI Sold by Sandy Vaujjht and 1 ' am Peterson i I Robinson ' s Fabric Shop 3015 Merle Hay Road 1 I Open Monday Till 9 — Friday Till 6 Phone BR 6-4626 +- + ■ Sold by Karen Miller i + Congratulations Seniors 1 540 2nd Avenue Phone AT 8-6557 Sold by Mary Howard ►J — When You Think of BOOKS Think of University Book Store Stationery • Greeting Cards Fountain Pens Complete Stock of School Supplies 1213 Twenty-fifth St. Phone CH 4-3401 i Sold by Mary Ann Howard i 1 Dahlstrom Funeral Home i 1 Alice D. Dahlstrom Mabel Dahlstrom Borg Roy. W. S. Dahlstrom 619 East Ninth Street AM 6-5362 I 4- Sold by Judy GanKestad I I - H. M. litis Lumber Company I Lumber and Building Materials for Every Need Sherwin-Williams — Forman Ford — Gold Bond Paints Unfinished Furniture Lawn Products — Garden Tools Ornamental and Wood Fence 3 Locations to Serve You Des Moines 2629 Beaver Ave. BL 5-1155 Johnston BR 6-1523 West Des Moines 200 - 4th St. CR 7-4445 Sold by Tom Fergus —124— BEAUTY SPOT Professional Care is Best for Your Hair 2010 Forest Are. AT 2-0716 I Sold by Judy (langestnd ! FRANKLIN PLAZA BARBER SHOP I ! i 4936 Franklin Avenue i ! Martin Bell Leo Waters Sold by Tom Fei ' Kus HI-LAND PARK CONOCO Don Phoenix 3rd and Euclid CONOCO Sold by Judy Lamb „, What was that again? DES MOINES BLUE PRINT COMPANY 211 Flynn Bldg. Clyde Ainsworth Manager Des Moines, Iowa DU ( AT 3-0189 Phones j AT 3 018fJ Sold by Tom Fergus j I J J i ■ +■ — » — - — - — - — - — - — - — - — - — - — « — » ' — ■ — - — - — - — ■ — " — + 6TH AVENUE RADIO AND TV SERVICE I 1501 Sixth Ave. AT 8-2133 Said by Arlene Jones l ■ ■+ Our 96fh Year In Des Moines GRADUATION GIFTS Plumbs ' suggest gifts that endure a lifetime Watches — Diamonds — Jewelry — Silver Use Our Convenient Payment Plan PLUMBS ' WALNUT AT SIXTH Sold by George Ann Heariold +■ i ■+ HINKY DINKY STORES 2710 Ingcrsoll Avenue 4 Corners — Beaver Douglas Sold by Chris West i + - + i Holloway Auto Products ACCESSORIES and CAR PARTS I ! i 1212 West Euclid Highland Park Sold by Joyce Loftus and Betty Hutton f — m — Nfl — »H — »H — im— — m mi »— •» tut ••{ Congratulations Seniors C. A. Lucas Paint Store Paints — Painter Supplies — Wallpaper — PAINTS — Lucas — Elliotts — Dutch Boy — Scotch Laddie 213 Euclid Ave. Phone CH 3-2323 i —125— Suld by Jackie Dunshee f — + Quo Vadis ? ' ■ MIE final echo of the old school hell signals far more than just the end of four years of diligent study. It is a fanfare, heralding an altogether new life in a competitive and demanding adult world. The school has done a hig joh conditioning young minds for this moment. And, properly, these minds are eagerly receptive to the chal- lenge. But there ' s more required than a mental reservoir of facts and figures and a willingness t apply them in a practical way. There is another item that is every hit as im- portant or perhaps more so. It is the human heart. For, it must still be acknowledged that it is the heart that can direct these other attributes in such a way as to add to mere material success the quality of satisfaction — a quality that comes from using knowledge and wisdom and skill not only to improve oneself hut to make a better world for all who dwell in it. Rightfully, then, it ' s proper to pause here and a-.U oneself, " Whither goes! thou. ' " And then to choose the way that invites this unbeatable part- nership of mind and heart. Quality Farm Equipment Since 1837 John Deere Des Moines Works I f I EISENTRAUT ' S " Eyes in Trout " DRUGS Harding Road and Mondamin S: ld By Dennis Forker J ■ + O K BARBER SHOP Ladies and Children a Specialty 4 Barbers 1606 Sixth Ave. AT 2-9798 Sold by Carolyn Wilson + 1 Compliments O DEA FINANCE COMPANY 1117 Locust Street Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Nancy Lajko CRESCENT CHEVROLET Since 1932 5th and Keosauqua Downtown Des Moines I + Sold by Penny Parson + ■ ] i Trend-Setting KITCHENS Styled and Manufactured by H ARRIS WOODWORKING COMPANY j 2nd and Douglas CH 4-6257 ? Sold by Jon Van Dusseldoi-p and Mike Hanna i +._„, „_™_„_„,_. — .___ __«_._.___„_.____ + + ■ | I UNION PARK FOOD MARKET + i 2622 E. 9th AM 6-8355 I Open Evenings and Sundays Sold by Betty Gamble | Compliments ESTES AND SON FUNERAL HOME | I 811 - 14th Street CH 3-5944 ] Sold by Carolyn Wilson J - v CHERRYHOLMES STANDARD SERVICE 2804 Beaver Ave. CR 7-4121 Sold by Penny Parson COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY + I i I 1 | 1 i Founded 1898 722 6rh Ave. Des Moines j i Sold by Frank Richards J ______ + PHOTOGRAPHS for the GRADUATE WJoltz Studi Sold by Margie Swain I I KERRY ' S Sandwich Shop and Drive In 2822 E. 9th Street Sold by Margi Swain + Look for the rack with the snack in the Scotch plaid sack That ' s Hiland Potato Chips Sold by Joyce Loftus and Norman Newhouse ? — Congratulations Seniors Class of 1961 I 4 » I i i i 4» FORKER PHARMACY 2505 Forest Ave. I ■ Phone CR 4-2597 j Suld by Dennis Forker ± . + PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS All Makes All Prices Rental Applies on Purchase — Convenient Terms OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLY CO. i i 1000 Keo Way AT 8-3613 Sold by Vicky Kin»t ! I ■ ■• Frostop Drive In THE BEST ROOT BEER Try Our Sandwiches and Malts Harding Road and Clark Sold by Frank Richards i i i I i I 4... 1 1 +■■ • 1 1 I ! 1 I 1 I I 1 Congratulations Seniors DOROTHY ' S BEAUTY SHOP 834 East Euclid Ave. Phone AT 2-8977 Sold by Mike Hnnim + I I I HI LAND PASTRY 3615 Sixth Avenue Mr. Mrs. Martinson Sold by Penny Parson + I Van Ginkle Athletic Mfg. Co. 2208 Ingersoll CH 4-7718 Sold by Mike Hanna CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from VALLEY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY The Bank Designed for Your Convenience 1 4.. WALNUT AT FOURTH Member F. D. I. C. —128— Sold by Tom Ferifus I I I , I t ! ,-fiH Jirr imy Lajko ' s Custom Upholstering FREE ESTIMATE — CHOICE FABRICS " You ' ve Seen My Softball Pitching, Now See My Upholstering " 825 Jerlynn AM 6-5924 Sold by Nancy Lajko Darlene and Linda, the Mermaids Babe ' s Restaurant Famous for Italian and American Food TRY OUR PIZZA 417 - 6th Avenue Sold by Nile lies MILLER MUSIC 8th and Grand AT 8-2103 Sold by Jon Van Dusseldorp ..+ i ■ BEST WISHES TO GRADS OF ' 61 from THE FRENCH WAY QUALITY CLEANERS and FURRIERS 413 Euclid • 716 Grand • 4942 Franklin Specialists Sold by Nile lies + . _ .._«_»_»,___.„ + Bob and Jacks INCORPORATED 4507 Forest CR 7-4428 AMATEUR RADIO HI-FI — CITIZENS BAND Sold by Tom Fergus S ' ii I Critchett Piano Company 1409 Forest CH 4-8927 j Sold by Tom Fergus » 1. -129- Watch the birdie! + - I Catterson ' s Hiland Garage Motor Tune-Up — Brake Service General Repair — Front End Service 3705 - 6th Avenue CH 3-3717 Sold by Judy DeVore Airman 1C Frank Adams Ground Radar Instructor : on the Aerospace Team U.S. AIR FORCE HAS OPENINGS RIGHT NOW IN TOP TRAINING PROGRAMS! Ask for details at your nearest Air Force Recruiting Station: T. SGT. RICHARD J. WITTER 108A Old Federal Bldg. CH 3-2171, Ext. 411 Sold by Pam Peterson -130— N N N V x v l + RAPHES INS URANCE| | 4000-6th Ave.Vh. AT 8-8545 Des Moines j) Iowa " INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE " ] h ' — " — ■ — - — - — — — « " — «• — - — ■ — «— Sold by Sharon Sapi enf ield I ■Hi Stan Moore Used Cars Inc. Save with Stan — the used car man 4223 Second Ave. AT 2-3521 Sold by Mike Hanna Crystal Lunch and Steak House 5914 S. E. 14th St. 1 2 Block North of S. E. 14th St. Plenty of Parking Space and Nice Surroundings Sold by Kathy McConnell ■ I Congratulations Class of ' 61 Reichardt ' s Inc. 2413 University Avenue 847 - 42nd Street Traditional clothes for men and women Sold by Mik e Hanna . . . ■+ + + - KEN FOX Standard Service 6th and Seneca Des Moines, Iowa Phone CH 3-9945 Sold by Penny Parson ... at the Top of the class always Seven-Up America ' s favorite fresh up is straight " A " with students everywhere. Don ' t fail at parties. Keep plenty of chilled Seven-Up in the refrigerator. SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY DES MOINES ■ —131- Sold by Carolyn Wilson. I + Volley Ball Champions Row One No rem Smith, Betty Scheckel, Carolyn Wilson, Ronnie Travis. Row Two Uasma Nd Shirley Dyer, Mary Hoss, Diane McCauley, Shiela Dixon. +- i I i i i I - i i AUTOMATIC BEVERAGE COMPANY For Complete Vending 3300 - 61st Street Phone BL 5-7935 HAYS AXLE COMPANY Phone AT 8-0400 - + i Sold by Jackie Dunshee 1 4- 216 E. Court Ave. Sold by Arlene Jones HI - HO GRILL 417 EUCLID AVE. Delicious Food Sold by Janice Arnold +• ■ RICHARDS STANDARD SERVICE SECOND AND EUCLID Sold by Sharon Weddell I Hiland Park ' s Quick Clean Self Service Laundry featuring FRIGIDAIRE washers Cleaner Clothes — Drier Spin — Soft Water — Parking Large Dryers COIN LAUNDRY 3017 Sixth Avenue Sold by Judy Gangestad + I —132- + WINEGARDNER REALTY INC 1205 East 33rd Street Phone AM 5-0355 Sold by Judy Gangeutad ! Best Wishes From McHAFFIE ' S PHARMACY 1 3720 Sixth Avenue Phone AT 8-7227 Sold by Judy Lamb ! i I 4... 1 The Old Reliable for New and Used Cars PAUL MANNING CHEVROLET Payments to Please Your Purse 11th and Locust AT 8-2151 ! Sold by Penny Parson 1 Holmes, Prouty, Murphy May 1022 High Street Phone CH 3-8116 i Sold by Frank Richards . ■+ UNITED FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN Is Interested in Your Education SAVE REGULARLY United Federal Rangers . . . and Free Education Counseling Drive-In Sidewalk Teller Locust at Fourth + . Sold by Frank Richards House of Hickory BARBECUE Dining Room and Carry-Out Service I 1119 Woodland AT 8-9287 1 Sold by Carolyn Wilson KALSOW ' S D-X SERVICE 401 Euclid Ave. CH 3-9730 Sold by Jon Van Dusseldorp I = I I J J I + Kordick PLUMBING AND HEATING Paul Kordick, Owner Phone AT 8-8531 I i I In. ■ i I 4210 -2nd Ave. Des Moines 13, Iowa Sold by Judy Lamb f ■ ■ ■ ■ + High School Graduates Would you like to become an Outstanding Hair Stylist? SUCCESS! SECURITY! HIGH PAY! Are Yours in a Beauty Career Graduates Guaranteed Jobs We will only accept a limited number in each class. Register now for classes starting June 5, July 5, August 7 or September 5. Day or Night Classes Come In, Call, or Write for FREE Booklet- No Obligation Americana Academy of Beauty + I 619 Grand CH 4-6246 Sold by Tom Fergus -133- dare you to jump in! i Uoaue Opticians Modern Eyewear CONTACT LENSES Certified Lenses 312 Bankers Trust Bldg. AT 2-0810 I Sold by Tom Fergus I + _ Pidgeon ' s . . . NOW 3 STORES S. E. 30th Maury 5050 N. 2nd Are. 86th Hickman • Food • Furniture • Carpeting • Appliances Shop the Pidgeon-Way 7 Days a Week! Sold by Chris West I • Compliments of Iowa Paint Manufacturing Company (Park Fair Shopping Center and five other convenient locations in Des Moines.) Sold by Jackie Dunshee I ., ._,„,_„ + Congratulations Seniors from W. T. Grant Company Known for Values PARK FAIR SHOPPING CENTER 100 E. Euclid Ave. ! Sold by Chris West ' + „ — — + I ■ I Jewett Lumber Company 3 BIG YARDS Highland Park Fort Des Moines 615 East Walnut Sold by Sharon Weddell —134— INGERSOLL FLORISTS 2809 Ingersoll Phone CH 3-3124 ] Corsages — Cut Flowers — Plants — Planters Sold by Jon Van Dusseldorp and Mike Hanna I •$• Congratulations Class of ' 61 MIDWEST VISUAL EDUCATION SERVICE 2204 Ingersoll CH 4-6241 S Id by Jon Van Dusseldorp and Mike Hanna +, — „, — , . , . — ■ - — — ... .— Congratulations Seniors JAMES HAIR STYLES OF DISTINCTION Phone CH 3-4316 Room 266, KP Building 1 Sold by Margie Swain Diamonds Watches Jewelry o J ■ ■ • • BITTLE S SONS THUD ROOK SHOPS IUHDING DES MOINES Sold by Jackie Dunshee Watch and Jewelry Repairing +■ ! JASMIN BEAUTY SALON Shampoos — Sets — Cuts — Trim — Dye Tints — Cold Wave — Treatments BER NICE MANARY, Owner j CH 4-6536 3 Full Time Operators 3720 2nd 1 Sold by Jon Van Dusseldorp and Mike Hanna + . « „ — + More Music More Often You ' re on the GO with KSO " Dial Color Channel 146 " Sold by Judy DeVore —135- A Prescription Pharmacy Sold by Judy DeVore I m—m ■ ■ .» I I Compliments of GORDON WHOLESALE Inc. 90 University Ave. CH 4-8941 Sold by Penny Parson JACK BOWLBY Cyrapliic -Associates ADVERTISING • GRAPHIC ARTS CREATION, PRODUCTION, SERVICE 221 Jewerr Building Des Moines, Iowa I Sold by Penny Parson I + Printers of the NORTH HIGH ORACLE S ARCONE PUBLISHING COMPANY 1139 - 24th Street Phone CR 7-4423 DES MOINES 11, IOWA Sold by Tom Fergus —136— Congratulations Seniors Joe J. Miller Painting 2501 - 26th Street Phone CR 9-5878 i Sold by Karen Miller • Judicial Scat4 Park Fair Fabrics Complete One Stop Sewing Center THE SEVENTEEN SHOP FASHION CENTER FOR SPORTS WEAR In the Heart of PARK FAIR SHOPPING CENTER Phone AT 8-2998 Sold by Roberta Wells ■4. l I aCoid 5 (J3eautt£ Suit on 4207-B Sixth Avenue Open Thurs. Fri. Evenings by Appointment +,„. +— Sold by Sharon Weddell . . , „ » „ + COMPLIMENTS of a FRIEND Sold by Jackie Dunshee + I 1 i Row One Kathy Williams, Mr. Ellsworth Lory, Ruth Benjjtson. Row Two Dave Ralsan. Jim Stout, Jim German, Paul Jorgensen, Gary Gronert. + , . „_._._, ■ I I I I Automatic Vending Inc. - i 208 E. Aurora Ave. " Full Line Vending " Sold by Judy Lamb The Terrace ROLLER RINK MINIATURE GOLF DAIRY QUEEN ' See You At the Terrace " 24th HICKMAN Sold by Karen Miller —137- Floyd Darling (Surge) and Don Fisher repuir a motor. , + PARK LANE DRIVE IN 19th and Harding Road Phone AT 8-0576 Finest In Eating S:il 1 by Roberta Wells and Uarb Peterson HIGHLAND PARK FUNERAL HOME 3500 - 6th Are. Phone AT 8-6551 Sold by Pam Peterson L L Insulations Inc Distributors and Contractors I 520 Elm Street ! i + Phone AT 8-0164 Sold by Judy Ganges tad CONGRATULATIONS NORTH SENIORS Bordens HOMOGENIZED Milk .... A »»■ " ■ " ' • If it ' s it ' s got to be good! 2341 - 2nd Ave. Phone CH 3-6291 The Borden Company Sold by Judy Lamb -1.38- « Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1961 HOLLEY SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY 100 East Grand CH 3-6247 Sold by Jackie Dunshee ..+ I i I 1 -+ - — — I 1 KUT AND KURL BEAUTY SALON I ! AT 3-0269 I 4„_._„___,. — 1602 - 6th Avenue ! Sold by Chris West ! — — — — + + ■ ■ i . , . . Congratulations from Souths Barber Shop 4207 Sixth Avenue Sold by Sharon Weddell f ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ — i ■ 4 ■ — ■ — —————._»_._._■_. — Open Monday, Thursday and Friday Nights BRUCE-CARLSON FURNITURE 3612 SECOND AVENUE Quality Furniture is not expensive at our store •{•■ ' I IIH — Ml— llll Ml— Ml Ml Sold by Joyce Loftus and Betty Hutton Counselors help students put best foot forward Compliments of JAY HYTONE I I I Class of ' 50 Sold by Sharon Weddell I ■ I I 1 I Olson-Sutherland Rambler Co., Inc. 835 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa NEW USED CARS Bargain Center of Iowa Congratulations to the 1961 Seniors L. W. Olson Glenn R. Sutherland Sold by Sharon Sappenfield | Highland Park State Bank Drive-In Teller Windows 2nd Euclid Member F.D.I.C. Third and Euclid Sold by Arlene Jones -139— CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS CLASS OF 1961 Compliments of SMITTY S DONUT SHOP 19th KEO — + i Sold by Sharon Bapptnf ield i Dr. Floyd E. Henry Dr. Don B. Henry j CONTACT LENSES Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted 516 Walnut Street Des Moines, Iowa { Phone CH 4-5354 Sold by Judy DcVorc ! Hob Swan, Jane Young Iowa Corn Growers Plant More PIONEER Seed Corn Than Any Other Corn For information about detasseling work this summer, Call BR 6-1531. PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. 1206 Mulberry St. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Roberta Wells — 140— It ' s inexpensive to RENT formal wear! It costs less than you think to rent full dress suits, tuxedoi, daytime formal or white dinner jackets. And they ' re so clean, so freshly pressed, so per- fectly fitted! SKEFFINGTONS INC. 417 Locust AT 3-0453 ! + i + — Compliments of Western Tool and Stamping Co. Manufacturers of Homko and Certified Power Lawn Mowers 2724 Second Avenue Sold by Judy DeVore Complete Car Service at RAYMOND ' S 66 SERVICE Sold by Chris West I TIRES — BATTERIES — ACCESSORIES Phone AT 2-3070 Sold by Joyce Loftus and Hetty Hutton I 320 Euclid I ■ ■ — DAIRY FOODS of DISTINCTION... With That Bxtra . . . " Quality You Can Taste " HNDEH5DM EHIC KSDM Wm rn -fWDERSOn ERICKS0I1 DHIRU COMPANY 2229 Hubbell • Oct Moines • Phon« Collect AM t-3172 —141— Sold by Tom Fergus + PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY - - i i i J 1934 Jefferson I + DR. C. E. WORSTER + i I CH 3-7925 Sold by Judy Lamb + - I I + + J | J I STEWART E. REED, D.S.C Practice Limited To The Feet 425 Kresge Building Phone CH 3-7922 Sold by Judy DeVore Congratulations, Seniors DENNIS J. WALTER, M. D 215 Euclid Ave. [ i AT 8-6429 Sold by Carolyn Wilson I DR. ROBT. L. PETTIT j Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon I 2921 E. 9th AM 6-6041 Sold by Betty Camble DR. E. F. ARNS CHIROPRACTOR 703 Euclid Are. + ' —————— — CH 3-8992 Sold by Paul Littlewood j I DR. R. M. STEVENS DENTIST 1339 Guthrie Ave. AM 6-4569 Sold by Betty Hutton I i ! I j ! ■+ j i i i i i I 4 DR. HARRY C. MORROW Practice Limited to Orthodontics 1009 Equitable Bldg. Phone CH 3-2654 Des Moines 9, Iowa Sold by Judy DeVore i i I = I I -+ + DR. ROBERT L. SCHNEE ! DENTIST Closed Wednesdays j 2655 Beaver Avenue Des Moines, Iowa i Office CRestwood 7-3551 Res. CRestwood 9-7513 Sold by Maggie Davies I 1 | I +. - 1 I I I I J I I i i i I i i +- DR. CHARLES D. FREDERICKS ORTHODONTIST 1143 - 42nd Street Phone CR 7-5823 Sold by Roberta Wells ! •+ GEORGE J. RONAN, O. D. CONTACT LENSES 425 Fleming Bldg. Phone CH 4-2419 Sold by Chris West + J i 1 i DR. O. R. JACKSON DR. S. H. BLOUNT DENTISTS 4416 Ingersoll Ave. Phone CR 9-4288 • + i Sold by Judy DeVore 1 i i I I I +- DR. ROBERT C. PEARSON OPTOMETRIST 3517 Sixth Ave. Phone CH 3-6618 + i Sold by Jackie Dunshee J • + DR. PAUL E. TERRELL, D. O. 3517 Sixth Ave. Phone AT 2-1548 ] Sold by Jackie Dunshee j DR. LYLE D. FANTON DR. M. D. RUBINO DENTISTS 223 W. Euclid Ave. Phone AT 2-1359 Sold by Sharon Weddeil JOHN P. GUSTAFSON, D.D.S. 215 Euclid Ave. AT 8-1343 Sold by Mike Hanna BYRON H. HOFFMAN, D.D.S. 5007 Douglas Ave. BR 6-3563 Sold by Maggie Davis ! i j + • + i j i i + -142- YOUNKER: " Satisfaction Always " fm ffiWl!i«,. " Mil Mlffftltlfcl! tig ■liiiiiii ti -143-


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