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

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W3 Pc ar Seat Published By The Journalism Department North High School Des Moines, Iowa When I pause to meditate On days gone by, quiet and sedate, I find it hard to understand How my teachers, as they each day plann ' d Could comprehend my greatest need And teach me to supply it, in word and deed. I wonder how they saw in me, A vision that would fain be set free And a dream, asleep, deep inside, Which has yet to explore this world so wide. I consider the way they played their role To spur me on, to discover a goal And in my troubled life to find A deeper meaning and peace of mind. When I pause to meditate On the days gone by, quiet and sedate, I see that rumpled youth has flown And now emerged, a man ' most grown Has arisen to face the world so wide, Content, yet never satisfied. By Anne Jasperson. —2— Jabfe (Contents 1. Academic 5-23 Administration 6-7 Math 8 Science 9 Social Science 10-11 English 12 Speech and Drama 13 Journalism 1 3 Business Education 14-15 Industrial Arts 16 Language 17 Music 18 Art 19 Physical Education 20 Driver Education 21 Home Economics 21 Special Education 22 Library 23 Counselors 23 2. Fine Arts 25 35 Plays 26-27 Band 28-29 Choir 30-31 Music Man 30-32 Polar Bear Ctaff 33 Oracle Staffs . 34-35 3. Activities 37-63 Student Council 38-39 Clubs and Committees 40-51 Fun Night 50 Homecoming 52 Pep Club 53 Cheerleaders 54 Flag Twirlers and Majorettes 55 Pep Kadets 56 Rope Jumpers 57 Dolphins 58-59 Around the School-- 60-61 Open House 62 Cafeteria 63 4. Athletics 64 80 Football 66-68 Basketball 69-71 Wrestling 72-73 Swimming 74 Tennis __ 75 Track 76-78 Baseball .. 79 Golf 80 5. Homerooms 81-93 6. Seniors 94-123 7. Advertising 1 24 Serving ably as principal of North High School is Dr. Robert R. Denny. Dr. Denny combines his qualities of leadership with an acceptance of responsibility to continue to make North an outstanding school. Widely recognized as an expert on educa- tion, Dr. Denny has written a number of articles on the subject. He puts this knowl- edge to a practical advantage, however, here at North. North students feel a great deal of admira- tion and respect toward Dr. Denny; yet he is also recognized as a friend. This is the highest tribute which students may pay their principal. This year the School Board helped the parking problem in the Des Moines high schools. A regulation was passed to limit the number of students eligible to drive to school. The School Board has many other duties concerning the administration of the Des Moines schools, and they have done an excellent job in performing these duties. MEMBERS OF THE BOAD OF EDUCATION: Seated, left to right: James W. Brammer, Ora E. Niffenegger, John R. Haydon, Herrold V. Monn, Secretary; Dr. Floyd M. Burgeson, President; D r. John H. Harris, Superintendent; Mrs. Rolland E. Grefe, L. L. Daubert, Richard W. Lozier. PRINCIPAL Dr. Robert R. Denny MR. WETTER Don Wetter as vice-principal and boys ' adviser at North High School offers help to all boys if and when they are in need of it. His duties also include counseling and conducting aptitude tests for students as well as handling job opportunities for many boys. MISS LYONS Being girls ' adviser and senior class sponsor are only a part of the duties of Miss Mayme Lyons. Her office is always full of girls wishing to see her about job opportunities, counseling, or various other things. BEULAH FJELDE Nurse SHIRLEY OLSON Stenographer-Clerk ROSE MARY JOHNSON Attendance Clerk BARBARA GRAY Office Secretary WANDA MEFFERT Registrar Mr. Worden demonstrates use of the slide rule. intein Combining logical thinking and practical application, the Mathematics Department pre- sents a program of challenging study. Pre-college courses give students experience and background in math, as well as in related subjects, which they will need later in school. Students may prepare themselves for a career in engineering, accounting, teaching, or just figuring their monthly budget. Courses are offered in algebra, geometry, and trigomometry. A special slide rule class is available to those interested. VERNON BLY Algebra, Geometry: Department Head ORVAL KNEE Algebra, Advanced Algebra HARRY MORTENSEN Geometry, Physical Education EUGENE WORDEN Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry —8— LOWELL LOCKRiDGE Department Head Chemistry, Algebra WALTER FRANZ Physics Mathematics ( xperim en ta tioi x u nclerslanclincjS n civ Students of the Science Department become better informed citizens in the field of science and learn to appreciate the importance of science in vocations. Our science department constantly expands along with the ever-changing scientific world. All physics classes this year used the PSSC materials. This year CHEMS chemistry was taught to one section and BSCS biclcgy was used with two classes. Next year CHEMS and BSCS curricula will be used with seven groups. LACEY SPRIGGS Biology ROBERT VANDEN BRANDEN Biology JOHN BRINDLEY Biology —9— Thinking, understanding, and recognizing our cultural heritage are all a part of the objectives of the Social Science Department. Students learn to know and analyze the history of the world and of the United States. Current problems of the day and possible future conflicts also play an important part in the history curricula. A study of the different economic systems of the world and how they work helps students to become better citizens of the world. A study of our government makes young people better citizens of the United States. ROBERT LEONARD DARRELL GRIPENBERG GAYLORD TROE MICHAEL SPICER Mr. Wickham discusses like-sounding words with sophomore English class. ommunicaiion tion Slzilis improved A thorough understanding of literature and grammar is the aim of the English Department. Courses are designed to provide a firm background in literature for enjoyment and comprehension. Consideration is also given to college preparation as well as everyday usage. A program begun only two years ago in which juniors are taught the bulk of their literature is used in the general track classes. Mr. Lory and Mrs. Hourigan experimented with team teaching on the twelfth grade level. MAX PALMER MARJORIE EASTON BU5AN DUNLOP — 12- Speech and 2)j ram a Mr. Thompson, director of the Speech and Dramatics Department, has added a great deal to the life of North. In his classes students are taught the art of public speaking and acting. An experimental course, Communica- tion Skills, was being used for the first time this year. Mr. Thompson directs Pom Dawson and ( Music Man ' an all-student-cast production. in a scene of " The Writing stories, heads, and planning pages are a sample of the work done in the Journalism Department. With the assistance of Mr. Barnett students learn to write concisely and clearly. They also learn how to sell advertising for the Oracle and Polar Bear. WALTER BARNETT Journalism Counselor Paula Gulick and Gene Tornquist paste up pages for coming Oracle. — 13— Business students modify the three R ' s to reading, typing, and adding machines. Vccathnal, Practical knowledge qam4 tknugk The Business Education Department takes in a wide variety of training. The courses are designed to prepare students for work after graduation and for a better understanding of the business world in their daily lives. Those students in the Distributive Education program work in the afternoon during their senior year. Girls wishing to become stenographers take a five- semester course in typing and a four-semester course in shorthand. Commercial geography, commercial arithmetic, and commercial law pro- vide a broader background of economics and industry throughout the world. Clerical Practice and Basic Skills Review are two new courses being added in this department. GENE ROGERS Department Head, Notehand, Commercial Geography Typing, Counselor WILLIAM FUNTE HARVEY HILL HAROLD McCULLOUGH JAYNE SIMMERMAN Bookkeeping Business Training Bookkeeping Salesmanship Typing Commercial Arithmetic Distributive Education Bookkeeping, Commercial Law — 14— Mrs. Betty Jackson ' s secretarial class meets Governor Hughes and Beverly Hufman, a former student, now the Governor ' s person- al secretary, on a visit to the State House. ZuJmeJJ Cducat ' ch Hard at work is Nora Patterson, one of 38 fifth semester typists who ad- dressed 26,000 envelopes for the March of Dimes and Crippled Children. GEORGE KAPPELMAN Typing Athletic Manager BETTY JACKSON Typing Shorthand Business Correspondence JOYCE MARKS Typing Shorthand BERNICE OLSEN Typing Shorthand — 15— Accuracy is stressed in the metal work shop by Mr. Gronert, pictured. Providing a firm foundation in the area of industrial and track areas is what the instructors in the Industrial Arts Department are trying to accomplish. Wood working, auto mechanics, mechanical drawing, and general metals are a sample of the courses offered under this program. Courses are designed to give students a broad background with some degree of depth and skill. The young men studying in this field may apply their learning to a career in any of the areas of industry, go to college possibly to study mechanical engineering, or acquire apprentice training. WALTER GRONERT GORDON HERDER LE ROY PARSONS WILLIAM SCHUERMANN Department Head, Metal Work Auto Mechanics Wood Working Mechanical Drawing — 16- Margaret Johnson and Clydette Bradford examine the declension c? Latin verbs. anguacje ShiUs promotes lAJorHd Understand in In a world constantly becoming smaller by improved transportation and communication, contact on a personal basis is a vital necessity. An under- standing of the living languages can facilitate our dealings with the foreign powers. Through the Language Department, we learn how to communicate in Spanish, French, and Latin, and learn to understand the people that speak these languages. The American Field Service program, which enables us to have foreign exchange students in the classroom with us, also gives us more of an under- standing of foreign people and their languages. The language department makes use of visual aids and a French and Spanish keyboard typewriter to make the languages live for our students. LOUISE McCAUGHAN Department Head Spanish Counselor JOSEPH SAWTELL French -17- MARGARET EDDY Latin; English COY Tw E de, " SG ' .EE CLUB — Row One — Steve Weaver, Ralph Wade, Larry Mick, Tim Gaudinser, Wyman Lorey Mark B°nd x -icm Marin, Clint Herlien, Dan Wood, Larry McCullouah, Ke.th Campbell, B II Shelton. Row Three— B II Larson , Steve Schroder, Skelton Russell, Rex Follis, Bill Thompson, John McConkey Row Mke The Music Department provides a cultural appreciation of group vocalists for the students. The Boys ' and Girls ' Glee Clubs perform at the spring music festival, but the main purpose of the class is to prepare them for more advanced work in the A Cappella Choir. One or two semesters in the Glee Clubs is usually required to be considered for the A Cappella Choir, and then competition is great. RUTH RICKARDS Vccal Mjsic Rcw One — Linda Barsness, Helen Payne, Marilyn Swigert, Teri Starkovich, Ginger Ohm, Cheryl Hutchins Lonna Andersen, Karen Corlson, Sandi Stout. Row Two — Teresa Jetter, Mary Dunn, Arlene Baker, Cheri Scepter Jan Vender Linden, Carolyn May, Debbie King, Sue Conrad, Cathy Christof ferson. Row Three— Nancy Fournelle Annette Dickscn, Donna Vignovich, Susie Sargent, Jan F enton, Linda Roberts, Kathy Nyswanger Karen Tannatt Barbara Wharf f, Pam Ringgenberg. Row Four— Mary nn Ward, Connie Ackerson, Joyce Piper, Alice Donahue ' Vickie Rossow, Carol Grossnickle, Linda Synder, Genny Roberts, Sue Mosely, Barbara Lander Sue Ewald FIFTH PERIOD GIRLS GLEE CLUB— Row One — Jackie Brilz, Sally McDonald, Nancy White, Glenda Bancroft, Donna Crawford, Karen Goldsberry, Mariellen Kiger. Row Two — Janice Bayles, Bernadette Costa, Sharon Gruver, Sharon Halbfass, Sue Seldon, Linda Russell, Debbie Lewis. Row Three — Cindy Pickard, Carolyn Grove, Sharon Loose, Marge Emanuel, Linda Moorman, Sarah Walker, Judy Miller. — 18— The creative approach to any art activity is cf first importance. Orville Chatt, crafts instructor, teaches that stress must be placed on technique and construction as well as creativity. The Crafts Department has a number of varied activities the class can participate in. They range from sculptures to the mak- ing of jewelry, along with helping make the scenery for the plays and other shews presented by the school. (Creative imagination The Art Department under the supervision of Neil Bear gives the students a wide range of opportuni- ties to work with and to know more about the principles of art. Gold keys and honorable mentions were awarded to North High students fcr thfir outstanding work in both art and crafts. NEIL BEAR Art Hand walking, wire cables, and horizontal bars; ten bar dips, and six pullups highlight obstacle course activities here at North. f- liyAicaf Jdeaftli Stressed President Kennedy advises 50 mile hikes. North High students may not conform exactly, but they have the next best thing: Physical Education. The Department of Physical Education endeavors to develop physical and emotional fitness through team and individual activity. Students participate in various activities with the aid, supervision, and guidance of the faculty. PE classes provide preliminary training for extra-curricular sports. Hygiene classes are also a part of this department. Mr. Powell and Mrs. Fjelde teach personal health and cleanliness. Boys ' classes are taught basic first aid. i44 THERESA ANDERSON JAMES LYLE RAY PUGH DONALD POWELL MARY HELEN MUELL 2 rivers Education The Driver Education Department un- der the direction of Richard Eisenlauer, shows the students the need for safe driv- ing. It gives the student a better back- ground of the rules needed to be a good driver and it helps the student to under- stand what carelessness can do. They are also better acquainted with the mechanical aspects of a car through driver education. Students usually get reduced rates for auto insurance because they are safer drivers. Diane Collins is getting ready for a lesson in safe driving. J4c ome IconomicA Learning to prepare tasty, wholesome meals is only a part of the Home Economics program at North. Girls also learn sewing and tailor- ing. A course in family relations is offered for seniors. In our completely furnished living room and dining room the students are provided with the latest in dishes, crystal, and silverware. This is a laboratory to use the skills learned in the basic home economics courses. Valerie Pugh prepares a meal for her imaginary family. GENEVIEVE MOORE —21 — Classroom study is only a part of the work-study program. Mr. Miskimins show two boys how to use one of the many machines they may be required to use in their future work. Worli-StuJij P rocjram The Work-Study Program attempts to prepare special edu- cation students for responsible jobs by means of a school-plus- work-experience approach. With the addition of courses through the twelfth grade, Des Moines became the forty- seventh school system in the United States to provide com- plete special education programs. For this past year, 131 students have participated in 242 work experiences provided by 91 employers. The average total monthly wage earned by the students as a group was approximately $4,000.00. MARGARET BALDWIN English B r vf )M B B SALLY VITTETEAUX History WENDELL MISKIMINS Math JOHN WARREN History DANIEL KROLOFF Coordinator -22— I eadin InridieS J nowledc e PHYLLIS SELLERS Librarian The source of knowledge is experience, but the records of experience are books. With the assistance of Mrs. Sellers and Miss Linn, North ' s students can find almost any book they are looking for in the school Library. The library contains about 7,400 volumes, and is open before school, after school, and during study halls. LAVON Library LINN Clerk (Counselors lid Students Counselors work closely with students and their parents to plan high school and college curricula. They also do much toward guiding students in choosing careers, based on the skills and abilities shown in their aptitude test scores. Gene Rogers discusses future plans with senior Alice Olsan. MARY JANE BLEE Counselor OTHER COUNSELORS Walter Barnett Louise McCaughan Norman Miller Conway Rhyne Gene Rogers —23— 9 He AtU —25— " THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH " CAST Announcer Lorry Jensen Sabina Sandy Botsford or Cris Swanson Mr. Fitzpatrick Joe Parish Mrs. Anthrcbus Diane Green or Carolyn Grigsby Dinosaur _ Al Kataoka Mammoth - Rose Ann Casey Telegraph Boy - Craig Amos Gladys Trudy Schmitz or Kathy Bobenhouse Henry Bob Edwards or Dean Roberts Mr. Anthrobus Chris Miller or Fred McLaughlin Doctor Jeff Mortensen Professor Bill Barcellano Judge Bob Turpen Homer Dean Arnold Miss E Muse Karin Royal Miss T Muse Christine Boatwright Miss M Muse Susie Sargent Refugees _ Linda Kenworthy, Pam McLaughlin Joe Godfroy, Wal Babbit, Diane Powers Ushers Dale Daniels, Denny Wilson Drum Majorettes Valerie Pugh, Cindy Hatfield Bingo Caller Bill Barcellano Fortune Teller Donna Parish or Marian Bilharz Chair Pusher Mike Eide Broadcast Official Wade Kness Conveeners Joanne Slack, Bob Turpen, Walt Babbit, Joe Godfroy, Gloria Slack, Mike Schamerhorn, Clint Herlein, Denny Wilson, Dale Daniels Wcman in Audience Deanna McGrew Mr. Tremayne - Joe Godfroy Fred Bailey - Mike Schamerhorn Ivy - Sharon Halbfass Hester — - Cindy Pickard Assistant Stage Manager Diane Powers Fred McLaughlin, and Kris Elin Jlic Lin Our Jc ctli November 9 and 10, 1962 Who is the Russian spy? (Elvin Chatfield in doorway) " £ee 7keij uh ri By Thornton Wilder CAST Clive Dale Daniels Penelope Sandy Botsford Reverend Lionel Toop Wade Kness Bishop Dean Roberts Reverend Humphrey Dave Bobenhouse Miss Ski I Ion Christine Boatwright Ida Kathy Miller Prisoner Elvin Chatfield Constable Dan Dossey Penelope meeting Give, one of her old friends from the United States. Penelope and Reverend Toop. -27- e £)ante $3 and Karl Killinger directs the North High Dance Band which is known for its " swinging " popular music. The band played at open houses, the Spring Music Festival, and in many of the concerts and assem- blies at North and at other schools this year. The North High Band, under the direction of Karl Killinger, participated in half-time activities at all home football and basketball games. Also, they marched at the Cerebral Palsy game, the Armed Forces parade, and the Drake Relays parade. For the first time since 1941, a dual routine was pre- sented by the combined North and Roosevelt High School marching bands North ' s band gave school concerts, played at commencement exercises and baccalaureate services, the Spring Music Festival, the All-North Band Festival, and gave concerts at Warren Harding, Washington Irving, and Mere- dith junior highs. flortk Sbe W oined Row One — Diane Marchant, Marge Liljegren, Sherry Worster, Chyrle Ramey, Mary Burgeson, Priscilla Sterrett, Marge Emanuel, Betty Jean Sydnes, Marcia Swanson, Esther Larson, Dean Arnold. Row Two — Michalea Owens, Ann St. Clair, Diane Waterbury, Karen Clousen, Sandy Seward, Nancy German, Mary Halferty, Gary Battles, James Osterquist, Janie Patterson, Patty Sterrett, Robert Fuller, Jim Walker, Rex Fallis, Donna Swanson, Howard Steffey, Maureen Christensen. Row Three — Garry Nelson, Stev2 Dundis, Nancy Thompson, Tammy Cox, Mike Lajko, Randy Johnson, Garry Groy, Denny Robison, George Caldwell, Joe Ferguson, Earl Kemp, Ronnis Hays, Eddie Sherwood, Jerry Pattison, Don Spiller, Jim Wilson, " Seventy-six trombones led the ig parade. " Colwell, Mr. Killinger. Absent — Jarrell Cox, Sharyn Lau —29— A CAPPELLA CHOIR: Row 1: Sheila Dickscn, Neva Price, Cheryle Mille Harriet Ellenberger, Joyce Munn, Glenda Bancroft, Lonna Anderson. Row 2: Sharon Sweitzer, Dione Varme, Lynda Beardsley, Avis James, Keen Capps, Judy Harner, Jane Ewald. Row 3: Edith Fuqua, Jacquelyn Alexander, Jack Dawson, Micheal Karnes, Larry Mick, Earl McGrew, Bill Ticmpson. Row 4: Susan Cisco, Carol Jones, Jim Wilson, Philip Sackett, Kenneth Reed, Bryce Miller, Dave Adolphson. to APRIL 26,27 8:00 p.m Cash for the merchandise, cash for the hard goods, cash for the soft goods, cash for the heg ' s head, cask, and the demijohn. —30— Row One— Sondi Paskins, Anne Henderson, Janet Henderson, Lila Glasshg r, Nancy Thomas, Pat Burruss, Penny Proctor Row Two— Pamela Dawson, Donna Hanke, Micholea Owens, Elaine Reed, Jennifer Kinlay, K-lstine Elin, Linda Swain Anne Jasper son. Row Three— Larry Jensen Dan Wood, Gary Gray, Scott Livesay, Clint Herlein, Judy Vender Linden, Keen Markley. Row Rour— Fred McLaughlin, Elvin Chotfield, Michael Eide, Bill Lorson, John McConkey, Arthurlene Propes, Cindy Bales. .... J4aue a l)3oi A dSand Because of the tremendous success of " The Music Man, " the production was held over to the Monday following the scheduled Friday and Saturday perform- ances. North broke a record in attend- ance of this three-hour musical comedy thanks io the many hours of work on the part of Gene Stout, Pam Dawson, and the rest of the cast, chorus, and orchestra. The cast will always have fond mem- ories of Harriet Ellenburger losing her bloomers on the last night of the play, Steve Burch dropping a chair from a height of about 30 feet on Mr. Thomp- son, and Don Henry painting himself into a corner while preparing the set. " Got to figure out a way to keep the young ones moral afte -31 — The 1963 Polar Bear staff has worked hard this year cropping pictures, planning pages, writing stories, designing the division pages, and planning the cover. Mike Daugherty, Allen Rumme, Tom Bethel, an d Steve Leary assisted Bill O ' Hare in the photography department, and Jane Anderson helped with the art work. The staff hopes you will enjoy their tri-color cover and the new academic section which gives a better coverage of school life. The editors and their assistants wish to express their appreciation to Walter Barnett, faculty adviser, Dr. Robert Denny, principal, the advertisers, and everyone else who helped to make this publication possible. »- J 4 Top- Koy McConnell, feature editor; Joni Eldridge, senior section editor; Jessereon Dixon, senior section editor; Dixie Reed, senior section editor. Bottom: Dennis Pointer, advertising manager; Joanne Slack, advertising manager; Kathy McKiernan, assistont advertising manager; Chris Miller, picture identification. —33— Jail Oracle Sta The fall Oracle staff, with Carol Moll, as editor were responsible for finding and writing stories, writing headlines, planning their page layouts, selling ads, and meeting deadlines. The spring Oracle staff, headed by Paula Gulick, learned that not only does it take a lot of hard work and extra time to produce a publication but takes teamwork. For superior publications the Oracle staff has been awarded a first place medalist rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Columbia University in the City of New York in its thirty-ninth annual contest. CAROL MOLL Editor Top: Tom Ligouri, assistant editor; Dave Bobenhouse, feature editor; Karla Blomquist, feature editor; Middle: Kathy McKiernan, sports editor; Alice Olsan, sports editor; Chris Catterson, page editor; Paula Heariold, page editor; Bottom: Pom Peterson, page editor; Michalea Owens, page editor ' Donna Hanke, advertising manager; Pam Tollman, mailing editor. —34— 5princf Oracle Sta The Oracle also received the International Honor Rating by Quill and Scroll, International Honorary Society for High School Journalists. Anne Henderson and John Murano received second place awards for a colorful feature story on the " Flying Four " relays team in the state Sigma Delta Chi writing contest. The Oracle staff, under the direction of Walter Barnett, journalism adviser, hopes every one at North has enjoyed reading our school paper as much as we have enjoyed presenting it to you, and wish to thank the faculty and student body for helping and cooperating with the Oracle staff. PAULA GULICK Editor Top: Donna Page, assistont editor; Michalea Owens, feature editor; Anne Jasperson, feoture editor; Anne Henderson, sports editor; Middle: Gene Tornquist, sports editor; John Murono, sports editor; Kathy Miller, page editor; Sandi Paskins, page editor; Bottom: Cris Swanson, page editor; Rose Ann Casey, page editor; Ann Schneiser, advertising monager; Lindo Moorman, mailing editor. —35— ActttitieA —37— The North High Student Council is one of the most important organizations of the school. As an elected group representing the student body, it may make suggestions to the faculty concerning the wishes of the students. Under the direct supervision of the Council are the school ' s many committees and the Judicial Board. Student Council members include home room presidents, committee chairmen, Intra-Des Moines Student Council representatives, Judicial Board members, and various club presidents. Establishing a Foreign Exchange Student Committee and a Student Tutitorial Committee, and compiling a student phone book were a part of the accomplishments of the Council in 1962-63. Several student council members were delegates to the state and district conventions of the Iowa Association of Student Councils. This was the first time in 16 years North High has attended these conventions, and our representa- tives learned much about problems and solutions in many other student councils over the state. Meetings were held every Wednesday in room 1 14. Craig Millhollin and Ray Hall served as fall and spring presidents respectively, and Ellsworth Lory was faculty sponsor. OFFICERS CRAIG MILLHOLLIN President PAT MORAN Vice-President ALICE OLSAN Secretory TOM LIGOURI Treasurer KAY McCONNELL Historian all Student C ouncii 1 — Larr y Stumbo, Jim Wilson, Mary Koy Pilgrim, Anne Henderson, Athena Klisores, Pom Dawson, Priscillo Sterrett Enid Oster Row 2 Mr Lory Bill Lyon, Jery Ashdown, Karen Markley, Norma Miller, Jackie Lyle, Judi Dimke, Kathy Wood, Marjorie Wharff, Carol Moll, Diane Waterbury ' Row 3 — Phil Sackett, Tim Feeley, Dave Bobenhouse, Karin McConnell, Kris Elin, Bonnie Barlow, Kay McConnell, Barbara Barsetti John Luxen Steve ' rma Colomus, Chris Catterson, Kathy McKiernan, Jacque Alexander. Row 4 — Rick Nehrling, Bruce Stephens, Ray Smith, Carl Schwab Joe Solan, Tom Ligouri, Don Hart, Jack Brown, Ron Danielson, Pat Moran, Bill Larson, Gary Battles, Craig Millhollin. Lombardo, Don Peterson —38— Row 1: Priscilla Sterrett, Mary Burgeson, Mourine Christenson, Sandra Simons, Trudy Cole, Enid Oster. Row 2: Bill Lefler, Vicky Hensley, Jenny Kinloy, Jo Ann Noel, Pot Shore, Jackie Lyle, Kris Elin. Row 3: Mr. Lory, Mike Smith, Sharon Halbfass, John Tennant, Doug Nye, Jean Bird, Sherry Bird, Jeff Mortensen. Row 4: Tim Eakins, Mike Lunn, Craig Millhollin, Jack Brown, Roy Adolphson, Ron Woodyard, Bruce Stevens, Kathy Mc- Kiernan, Paulo Gulick, Jacque Alexander, Scott Livesay. Spring Student dc ounci i Row 1: Rosemary Marshall, Mary Kay Pilgrim, Sue Oltrogge, Jon Ger- ringer, Lorry Stumbo, Margoret Roab, Altheno Klisores. Row 2: Jane Hagen, Dixie Hackmon, Kathy Wood, Karen McConnell, Judi Dimke, Carolyn Grigsby, Barb Barsetti, Jan Allison, Alice Donohue, Elaine Reed, Bill Smith. Row 3: Bill Lyons, Lee Romey, Gene Tornquist, Neal Leighter, John Luxen, Marshall Dann, Larry Huffman, Tim Feely. Row 4: Tim Shields, Steve Lombordo, Phil Sackert, John Murono, Wally Narins, Ray Hall, Ron Danielson, Art Phares, Tim Honsen, Barry Jeffries. OFFICERS I RAY HALL President STEVE LOMBARDO Vice-President ROSEMARY MARSHALL Secretary JEFF MORTENSEN Treasurer MARY JANE HAGAN Historian The student council nominees for the Fall semester of 1963 presented their campaign speeches to the student body on Friday, May 17, and then elections were held in homeroom. The following officers were elected: Steve Lombardo, president; Bruce Fehn, vice president; Karin McConnell, secretary; David Lien, treasurer. —39— Jnnck Club Row One — Susan Oddy, Linda Herselius, Morgo Upchurch, Harriet Ellenberger, Enid Oster, Donna Blaney, Dick Aycock, Jim Kinney, Ron Baughman, Robert Willcox, Joseph Toubes, Cheryle Miller, Anne Henderson Phyllis McGuire. Row Two — Bev Moomey Sheryl Phillips, Cheryl Little, Nancy Fournelle, Carol Stookey, Trudy Dew, Jo Ann Voyce, Lila Glossinger, Bonita Olson, Susan Sargant. Row 3 — Mr. Sowtell, Jerry May, Shoron ' Dunbar, Sharcn Halbfass, Jane Ewald, Janet Bunten, Linda Jorgensen, Kris Elh, Barbara Moore, Patti Patrice, Connie Ritter, Christy Phillips, Cris Swonson, Kay McConnell, Larry Huffman. Row Four — Jerry Pattison, Sh?rry Bird, Marcia Eide, Jacque Nelson, Poul Julstrom, Delos Barly ' Fred McLoughlin, Gary Lundholm, Joe Godfroy, Judy Horner, Delores Chance, Edith Fuqua, Jim Fox, Earl Williams. A Christmas party and a spring party, " L ' Our Blanc " were but two of the French Club ' s activities. Club members and their sponsor, Joseph Sawtell, also made field trips and entertained French guests during their meetings. £pa tik Club The Spanish Club entertained guests from Spanish-speaking countries and also held a Christmas party this year. The club planned a language club exchange for the French, Latin, and Spanish clubs. A senior recognition dinner at a Spanish restaurant high- lighted the spring activities. Row One — Steve Roush, David Gronert, Dick Aycock, Nancy White, Prisclla Sterrett, Becky Wilcots, Mary Lewis. Row Two — Jan Fenton, Mary Hagen, Karen Copps, Pat Sterrett, Charmayne McDonald, Gloria Gamble. Row Three — Susan Selden, Dennis Lindsey, Mory Halferty, Nancy Fisher, Shoron Flcscher, Esther Larson, Linda Westlund, Judy Lester, Vicki Poppey. Row Four — Sherry Worster, Judy Vander Linden, Gary Battles, Ray Smith, Chr s Miller, Dole Doudna, Connie Bowmon, Judi FrerKing. —40— XatiH Club Cynthia Beadie, Sharon Shuck, Terry Bailey, Cris Swonson, Joe Fergeson, Carolyn Grisby, Earl Kemp, Chorles Baker. Promoting interest in the classical languages and literature and just making Latin more fun are the purposes of the Latin Club. The Roman Banquet and Bath were the mam events of the year at which the seniors were slaves to the sophomores and juniors. Phyllis McGuire and Barbara Barsetti served as consuls for the fall and spring semesters respec- tively. The Future Secretarys ' Club, under the direction of Betty Jackson, was just organized this spring. A guest speaker from Americana School of Beauty spoke on charm and appearance. The purpose of the club is to give the girls background in the little things that make a good secretary better. future ectetafi Club cjf America R- w One — Fam Nelscn Julie Schnatharst, Laura Blarney, Dionne Conn, Neva Price, Donna Stout, Janice Malcomb, Jone Guerrero. Row Two- Anderson, Cheri Man, Cheryland McLane, Sheryl Phillips, Mary Kay Pilgrim, Kathy Olson, Charlene Price, Linda Westlake Nancy Allely, garet Fehn, Betty Jackscn. Row Three — Sharon Johnson, Sharon Loose, Dixie Overton, Noro Patterson, Maria Carter, Dianna Barker, Karen Pat Miller, ' Pat Watklns. —41 — 3 £CJ CU DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION: Row One — Rita Lacey, Glenda Hill, Shelia Kienast, Sharon Brown, Mary Sue Droessler, Suson Flanagan, Sondra Forkner, Miss Simmerman. Row Two — Ron Smith, Gary Howe, Ron Field, Dale Harmon, Wiley McKay, John Mercer, Terry Gereau. Row Three — Eric Carlson, Rick Lyons, Bill Green, Terry Cubbage, Art Thayer, Ed Pepper, Don Beattie, Mike Kennedy. DECA, Distributive Education Club of America, is sponsored at North by Miss Jayne Simmerman. DECA is a program in which a student works at a school-approved job in the afternoons instead of attending school. Satisfactory grades must be maintained, and the student must have enough academic credits to graduate. Officers were Art Thayer, president; Rick Lyons, vice-president; Shelia Kienast, secretary; and Rita Lacy, treasurer. Members of the Future Teachers of America Club do not have study halls — instead they spend one period a day at an elementary school helping teachers, and gaining valuable experience in actual classroom work. These " Teacher ' s Aids, " as they are called, work directly with the children. The program enables them to determine whether they are suited for teaching. —42— uture i lurSeS Row One — Pom Adams, Vicki Bauer, Arlene Swartz, Mary Robinson, Midge Gay, Margaret Johnson, Janet Henderson, Priscilla Sterett, Marsha Clark, Lenna Yaw. Row ' Two — Sondra Webb, Beverly Buhrmaster, Dorothy Chapman, Nedra Jean Anderson, Cheryl Little, Sue Huber, Joni Eldrig ' e, Sue Colwell, Janice Prusia. Row Three — Mrs. Fielde, Rose Marie Vecchi, Joy Kollansrud, Cheryle Miller, Janet Bunten, Charleen Grove, Jane Hagen, Kathi Wood, Sandra Kasick, Mary Ann Daily, Debbie King. Row Rour: Jeanne Strong, Dixie Reed, Carol Moll, Romona Lofgren, Clydette Bradford, Toni Walter, Nancy Fisher, Jacque Nelson, Sharon Djnbar, Pam Hanover, Nancy Higday, Marilyn Billings, Suzette Hoynes. Row One Miss Wilson, Lavella Lawson, Shirley Holste, Thelma Lang ' ein, Janet Schmitz, Miss Moore. Row Two — Peggy Davis, Linda Clark, Mary Ann Ward, Guylene Miller, Linda Keasey, Sandra Carmen, Pam McLoughlin, Linda Compbell. Row Three — Joyce Youngberg, Sharon Halbfass Carol Grossnickle, Colleen Thomas, Carol Burr, Jane Oberender, Cheryland McLain, Norma Webb, Eileen Barrett. ittee Row One — Janet Henderson, Mary Kay Pilgrim, Sheryl Phillips, Donn: Blaney, Linda Herselius, Enid Oster, Anne Henderson. Row Two — Kathy Lorey Linda Hopkins, Karen Capps, Sue Galloway, Kathy Bobenh;use, Nancy Thomas, Donna Harriott, Sue Oltrogge, Donna Page, Sue Rogers. Row Three — Mr. Leonard, Judy Harner, Mary Jane Hagen, Judi Dimki, Jan Fenton, Linda Jorgensen, Janet Bunten, Cheryl Kinkade, Judi Mortin, Vicky Hensley, Sharon Raymond. Row Four — Dionne Marciant, Marcio Eide, Maria Carter, Karla Blomquist, Kathy McKiernan, Carol Schuler, Joanne Slack, Diann Waterbury, Marjorie Wharff, Nancy Thompson, Pam Peterson, Jaque Nelson. —43— HiitaHti Heif CM r cw One — Richard Eisenlauer, Walter Babbit, Craig Amos, Randy Johnson, Steve Leary, John Bliss, Ron Mellgren, Kenny Knapp, Larry Huffman, Denny Robinson, Charlie Masters, John Accola, Tom Roush. Row Two — Tom Wood, David Lamb, Dave Lien, John Luxen, Dick Milinsky, Gary Gray, Richard Hammen, Art Phares, Mike Bockert, Jess Camp, Gory Elliott, Craig Forrest. Row Three — Al Carlson, Tom Hiscocks, Gene Nelson Jim Anderson, Craig Rondall, Carl Schwab, Harold Grossnickle, Don Deskin, S v an Greenwood, Pat Moran. Row Four — Chuck Coppola, Elvm Chatfield, John Casey, Clint Herlein, Clyde Duncan, Dennis Pointer, Gary Frederickson. The newly organized Kiwanis Club is a public service organization. Through the combined efforts of the Key Club and the Kiwanis Club the group has encouraged the Des Moines businessmen to hire young people. The club also sponsored the ninth grade-faculty basketball game. A joint banquet of the Highland Park Kiwanis Club and the Key Club was held at the Highland Park Presbyterian Church. T Club Creating better sportsmanship among those young men out for athletics is the purpose of the N Club. They do this by sponsoring various activities such as Dad ' s N ight, helping at the annual pancake dinner, and putting on a dance at the airport shelterhouse. This is one of the first organizations here at North founded especially for the purpose of the promotion of greater unity among athletes. The club, formerly the Lettermen ' s Club, adopted a pin this year in the shape of a capital N. Row one — Randy Johnson, Steve Lombardo, Steve Leary, Clint Herlein, John Casey, Jim Clark, Mike Fowler, Gerry Hardersen r ow Two— Ike Harris, Denny Rob. son, Scott Livesay, Charles Bergman, Bruce Stephens, John Luxen, Roland Griffith, Dick McDonald, Gene Stout, Gerry Fehn Larry Hale, Neil Leighter, Bob Parks. Row Three— Joe Parish, Earl Kemp, Gary Lundholm, Dale Doudna, Tom Hiscocks Tim Jotzke Carl Schwab Steve Wadden, Ron German, Jack Allen, Andy Font,. Jack Brown. Row Four— Fred McLaughlin, Bill Shelton, Denny Miller Richard Cram, Elvin ' Chatfield, Mike Castle, Bob Porrish, Mike Schamerhorn, Ron Danielson, Dave Brehm, Gory Fox, Bob Turpen, Larry Huffaker, Jock Carter. —45— CchceJJicHJ Committee Row One — Pot Sterrett, Jane Guerrero, Karen Clauson, Priscilla Sterrett, RDse Wease, Larry Stumbo, Pam McLaughlin, Alexandria Sarantschin, Bonnie Ryan, Teri Woodard, Mary Wieland, Sue Colwell. Row Two — Mr. Branden, Donna Swanson, Margaret Young, Esther Larson, Janet Cook, Steve Anderson, Sheila Jones, Peggy Powers, Cathy Davies, Judy Burgett, Vicki Runyon, Sheila Hoch. Row Three — Marcia Swanson, Kris Elin, Leora Whitson, Jacque Alexander, Jean Farmer, Harold Boles, Tom Marlin, Peggy Davis, Laraine Moomey, Paula Gulick, Gayle Ash, Ruth Wielond. Candy bars, popcicles, potato chips — it ' s all in the day ' s work for a concession stand helper. This year the concession stand was open in the student center during the lunch hours and in the main hall after school and during basketball games. Robert Vanden Branden is the committee ' s spon- sor, and Jacque Alexander served as chairman. " North High School, student speaking. May I help you? " answers an office assistant. The office assistants spend their time collect- ing slips, filing, running errands, and answering telephones. In performing these duties, they have helped to make a good impression on visitors to North High. Office fi UtanU Row One — Carol Johnson, Karen Clauson, Trudy Schmitz, Donna Crawford. Row Two — Sheila Jones, Ann Lovell, Shirley Phillips, Jesserean Dixon, Jonet Cook, Peggy Powers Row Three — Marilyn Bilharz, Bonnie McAllister, Pam Tollman, Karen Clingman, Jo Ellen Spriggs, Mike Larson. —46— flrt Cwffiittee Row One Craig Junkin, Pam Dawson, Cynthia Brill, Sharon Yearion, Connie Galloway. Row Two — Orville Chott, Ted Beogles, Aurido Barron, Nancy Solomon, Leora Whitson, Mary Hodson, Niel Bear. Row 3 — Karla Blomquist, Kirby Robinson, Mike Lunn, Phil Benge, Judi Frerking, Diana Barker. The big job of making posters for games, movies, and plays was a part of the art committee ' s many duties. They also did the decorating for Home- coming, Dolphin show, Sweetheart dance and the Spinsters spree. Orville Chatt and Niel Bear were sponsors, and Pam Dawson and Mike Lunn served as chairmen of the committee. CftijehJliip Ccntffl ttee The citizenship committee, under the direction of Darrell Gripenberg and headed by Kris El in, was in charge of promoting citizenship in the halls of North High, choosing a citizen of the month, and further acquainting the foreign students with Des Moines. The club took field trips to the Governor ' s Mansion, Mercy Hospital, the Historical Building, and had a progressive dinner. Row One — Mr. Gripenberg, David Biery, Bill Smith. Row Two — Irma Calonius, Rose Ann Casey, Michael Eide. Row Three — Mary Koy Pilgrim, Jennifer Kinlay, Kris Elin, Bob Burk, Bill Larson, Donna Bocoskey, Susan Cisco, Maureen Fenton. —47— Staae C i rew Row One — Jim Walker, Don Henry, Steve Burch, Larry Stumbo. Row Two — Jerry Knode, Tom McCoy, Bruce Stephens, Steve Woodyard, Gene Nelson, Mr. Porsons. Row Three — Wade Kness, Gary Lundholm, Harold Smith, Mike Larson, Roland Rose. Absentees — Tim Schneckloth, Dan Peterson, Noel Shekleton. ommucee Don Henry adjusts light for school play " The Skin of Our Teeth. " STAGE COMMITTEE The stage committee, under the direction of L? Roy Parsons, built sets and ran the lights for the school plays, " By the Skin of Our Teeth, " " The Music Man, " and " See How They Run. " They also assisted at the Dolphin Show and all assemblies. Bruce Stevens was chairman for both se- mesters. Left to right — Tom McCoy, Steve Woodyard, Bruce Stevens. —48— The Public Address Committee under the direc- tion of William Schuermann operated the sound equipment for the Dolphin Show, Music Man, and assemblies. Tom Ligouri and Dennis Pointer served as chair- men for the fall and spring semesters respectively. The assembly committee with Dave Bobenhouse as chairman sponsored the talent show held at the annual Fun Night. John Thompson was the committee sponsor. faAemlflif Cwmittee Row One — Joyce Adkins, Cinda Hensley, Margaret Fehn, Mary Kay Pilgrim, Anne Henderson, Sandi Paskins. Row Two — Marshall Dann, Rose Marie Vecchi, Connie Ritter, Pat Sheldon, Sheryl Phillips, Sue Oltrogge, Michalea Owens, Gloria Slack. Row Three — Mr. Thompson, Kris Elin, Joanne Slack, Chris Catterson, Judy Arnold, Pam Peterson, Dave Bobenhouse. —49— Janis Smith, Janet Bunten, and Vicki Rossew perform at Fun Night King Pat Moran Queen Jenny Kinlay Talent Show. A dinner followed by white elephant sale, swim- Donna Blaney in " The Bachelor ' s Spree " Terri Jo Starkovich does a ballet —50— Row One — Avis James, JoAnn Voyce, Karen Cooper, Sandi Paskins, Joett Wheeler, Jan Vonder Linden. Row Two — Bonnie Barlow, Sue Moseley, Charlene Grove, Gloria Slack, Mary Kay Pilgrim, Rose Ann Casey, Jan Fenton, Jenny Kinlay, Donna Swonson. Row Three — Margo McCortney, JoAnn Noel, Jone Renaud, Judy Dimke, Barb Barsetti, Dinoe Carmi, Diana Colling, Sue Cisco, Karin McConnell. Row Four — Judy Vander- Linden, Marcia Eide, Linda McAvoy, Doug Aamouth, Joanne Slock, Wade Kness, Mike Bogardus, Mike Eide, Craig Forrest, Bill Larson, Karen Willis, Marjorie Wharff. fecial Ccmntittee ALL SCHOOL DANCES PLANNED BY SOCIAL COMMITTEE For the first time, the Social Committee sponsored three dances this year. Under the direction of Bonnie Barlow, chairman, and spon- sored by Max Palmer, the committee started the year off with a successful homecoming to the theme of " Harvest 6311. " Dominic and the Dominoes played, and Butch McGrew, Bill Thompson and Jack Dawson sang. " Cupid ' s Caper, " as might be expected, was at a time when cupids are the busiest, Valentine ' s Day. In April the girls had their day at the Spinster ' s Spree when they could invite their favorite date to be " Stranded " (with them, of course). The girls made hats (to protect their dates from the island sun) and paid the way to the dance and out to eat after. The committee planned the decorations, with the assistance of Mr. Bear, entertainment, publicized, and sold tickets to the dances. Do you really like my new dress, Brad? I mean, do you really like it? —51 — ■ mm Cheryl Hutchins and Jack Allen reign at Homecoming A cake decorated as a football field ond harvest-time dec- orations add color to Homecoming activities. Hwecwinq 1962 Cheryl Hutchins was officially crowned Queen, No- vember 3 to reign over the 1962 Homecoming Dance, Harvest Ball. Jack Allen reigned as Mr. Football. Court attendants were Chris Catterson, Jane Ewald, John Casey, and Bob Parrish, seniors; Sherry Bird and Bscky Leslie, juniors; Pam Burns and Diane Sellers, sophomores; and Marilyn Decker, freshman. Bill Thompson, Jack Dawson, and Butch McGrew. In the background: " Dominic and the Dominoes. " —52— A little more to the left, Karen. " Come and get it! " Pr The North High Pep Club added much spirit and enthusiasm to the school this year. Each Friday the girls faithfully wore their green skirts and white blouses to school and then cheered for NHS from the pep section at athletic contests. The girls sponsored the annual pep club banquet, and also helped at the Pancake Dinner and in the selling of Booster Club memberships. This year ' s presidents were Ruth Morris, fall semester, and Sondra Simons, spring semester. Victory, Victory, That ' s Our Cry —53— New cheers and lots of pep accompanied North ' s cheerleaders this year as the girls appeared at all football and basketball games and pep assemblies. Wrestling and swimming meets, and baseball games were also on their busy schedule. The sponsors, Mrs. Mary Muell and Miss Janet Bullock, were also kept busy with choosing the sophomore cheerleaders. Kay McConnell served as captain of the varsity squad. Some of the girls attended cheerleading clinics where they learned new techniques and ideas. SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS Margaret Johnson portrays tension at a typical basketball game. Jor Jan Borlin, Cheryl Dixon, Pam Henderson, Pam Burns. —54— erd an J yyjajoretted Row One, Left to Right — Kathy Lorey, Sue Oltrogge, Nancy Solomon Row Two, Left to Right — Maria Carter, Linda Jorgensen, Margo Mc- Cartney, Jan Fenton, Donna Parish. FLAG TWIRLERS AND MAJORETTES The flag twirlers and majorettes again this year added to the attractiveness of the band by partici- pating in the half-time entertainment at all football games, home basketball games, and parades. The girls came to school early three mornings a week and practiced every sixth period, fall and spring, to perfect their routines. Sue Oltrogge served as captain of the flag twirl- ers, and Linda Jorgensen served as co-captain this year. Junior, Becky Leslie, was captain of the majorettes. Left to Right: Peggy Hurley, Becky Leslie, Reenie Fenton —55— Pep HacfeU " Oh No! " was the usual response given to Pep Kadet Colonel Donna Blaney after saying, " Practice in the morning! " Being part of the band now, the 32 Kadets marched in seven football games in fascinating drills worked out by Karl Killinger, band director. A dual-school routine was put on by North-Roosevelt bands at their games for half-time entertainment. The two bands practiced long hours for this show and the last practice was followed by a " friendship breakfast " at Bishop ' s Cafeteria. During basketball season the Pep Kadets accompanied by the North High Band presented half-time entertainment for five home games. Spring was anticipated by the Pep Kadets when they marched with the band in several parades. Row One — Cheryl Hutchins, Laura Blarney, Jene Lamberti, Donna Blaney (colonel), Jackie Russell, Trudy Cole, Jon Erickson, Christy Phillips. Row Twc — Bev Moomey, Connie Galloway, Cheryl Teater, Dixie Hackman, Cinda Hensley, Jenny Kinlay, Sue Rogers. Row Three — Joanne Jasper, Lila Glassinger, Cheryl Kinkade, Sondra Simons, Sue Ewald, Jan Dorr, Sharon Raymond. Row Four — Rene Meek, Mary Kay Pilgrim, Judi Dimke, Sue Galloway, Karen Capps, Jean Bird, Janet Bunten. Row Five — Karin McConnell, Rosemary Marshall, Diona Barker, Kathy Bobenhouse, Celia Sassatelli, Sherry Bird, Noncy Luethey. —56— 1: Janet Henderson, Mary DeCarlo, Rene Fenton, H Hutchins. Row 2: Connie Galloway, Karin Mc- ell, Sue Galloway. Ropes, hula-hoops, batons, and of course lots of energy are all used by the North High rope jumpers during any one of their many performances. " I he team, directed by Mrs. Theresa Anderson, jumped at several conven- tions and talent shows, and presented half-time entertainment for North High, University of Iowa and Grandview Junior College basketball games. Cheryl Hutchins served as captain. CatcltfH Welch hcl tkih Queen Dolphin Queen, Carolyn Welch, is helped into the pool by her pages, Valerie Pugh and Karen Carlson to swim to " I Feel Pretty. " " North Side Story, " synchronized swimming show, was pre- sented by the Dolphin Club on March 28-30 in the North High pool. The show was narrated by Dennis Pointer, who portrayed a policeman on his beat on the north side of town. The first team opened the show with " Slaughter on Sixth Avenue. " Duets in the show included " Jailbreak, " " Walk on the Wild Side, " " Hubcaps and Taillights, " and " Jalopy. " Dolphin Queen, Carolyn Welch, and her court swam to " I Feel Pretty. " Other team numbers were " Hey Look Me Over, " " Apartment Lights, " " Fascinated, " " Red Sails in the Sunset, " Here comes the trolly car, the finale of " North Side Story. " This number included swimmers and the presentation of the Dol- phin Queen and her escort, John Casey. —58— A moving figure eight highlighted the routine, " Hey Look Me Over, " performed by Dolphins. fJcHk £i4e £twif and the finale including all Dolphin members. A solo, " Le Cygne, " was presented by national-ranking Jackie Lyle. Mrs. Theresa Anderson directed the show, Orville Chatt, the art work, Wil- liam Schuermann, the sound, and LeRoy Parsons, the lighting. Faculty ad- visers were Miss Janet Bullock, Mrs. Susan Dunlop, Miss Marjorie Easton, Miss Louise McCaughan, Mrs. Mary Helen Muell, and Jay Sawtell. In the State A.A.U. Synchronized Swimming Meet at Waterloo, Iowa, the North High swimmers, sponsored by KRNT, won ten out of 18 places. The first team won first place in the senior team division for the 15th year in a row. Other winners were in the team, duet, and solo competition in both junior and senior divisions. The first team opened the show with " Slaugh- ter on Sixth Avenue. " They are, from left to right: Alice Olsan, Jackie Lyle, Kay McConnell, Dixie Hackman, Carolyn Welch, and Connie Galloway. —59— " Oh, Tim, you ' r e so charming! " Open HouM What do Northites do for fun and games after the games? Why, go to open house, of course. Open house ' s were sponsored by the PTA, and were chaperoned by 25 volunteer couples. Who will forget playing London Bridge, the water balloons, or our pretend band? John Accola and Tom Hiscocks do the Twist the hard way. Sheryl Phillips takes a bow. —62— Row 1: Katherine Mallicoat, Arlys Benshoof, Dorothy Flogg, Cora Caulk, Mildred Cowles, Dorothy Tucker, Alpharetta Koch, Jessie Simmons.. Row 2: Helen Lee, lona Vernon, Marie Meyer, Gilberta Johnson, Mabel Bell, Olive Dyer, Delores Barnard. Every day the cafeteria workers provide delicious, hot meals for the students of North High. A plate lunch is served as well as a la carte items. Cris Elin and friends enjoy school lunche CASHIERS: Row 1: Sharon Year- ian, Diane Green. Row 2: Janice Kratzer, Mary Fane, Janice Miller, Cindy Hatfield. AtkletkA —65— I96Z Jcetbatl VARSITY SOPHOMORE North 6 East 0 North 0 East 25 North 6 Knoxville 6 North 13 Ankeny 9 North 7 Mason City 13 North 13 Newton 26 North 0 Tech 7 North 27 Tech 7 North 19 Boone 7 North 6 Roosevelt 18 North 12 Roosevelt 27 North 13 Lincoln 7 North 0 Lincoln 26 North 24 Dowling 14 North 33 Dowling 13 —66— cuns JACK ALLEN CRAIG MILLHOLLIN GENE STOUT Row One — Leo Sheets, Elvin Chatfield, Craig Millhollin, Gerry Fehn, Bcb Parks, Bill Titus, Bruce Thomas, Jack Brown, John Murano, John Casey, Dave Brehm, Steve Roush. Row Two-— Coach McClearin, Jack Boiler, Dick McDonald, Jim Oxenrider, Stan Greenwood, Mike Kennedy, Bob Parrish, Jack Allen, Rick Nehrling, Gene Stout, Pat Moron, Dave Anderson, Dave Kreig. Row Three — George Arndt, Bruce Stevens, Gary Lundholm, Jerry Beauchamp, Steve Woodyard, Aurelio Barron, Clint Herlein, Dave Lien, Ron German, Tim Jotzke, Fred McLaughlin, Charles Bergman. Row Four — David Lamb, Steve Lumbardo, Larry Hale, Al Kataoka, Tom Hiscocks, Rich Cram, John Castor, John Luxen, Gary Gray, Garry Fredrickson, John Anderson, Chuck Coppola. Row Five — Coach Pugh, Pat Snodgrass, Bill Shelton, Bill Duff, Jack Carter, Gary Parker, Clyde Duncan, Mike Fuson, Mike Barron, Tom Fransisco, Dave Christenson, Coach Dresser, Coach Cownie. In memory of Pat Snodgrass, a classmate lost at the beginning of his senior year to cancer, the senior class founded the Pat Snodgrass Award for outstanding athletes. At the end of the football and basketball seasons, the plaque will be engraved with the name of a young man chosen by the coaches on the basis of his sportsmanship and team spirit. Rick Nehrling, football, and Ray recipients of the award for this year. Hall, basketball, were the —67— VarMii Jcctttall Gene Stout, Jack Allen, and Craig Millhol- lin, co-captains of the football team, led their teammates to a 3-4-1 record in 1962. Highlights of the year included All City guard, Jack Allen ' s, 80-yard run against East that won the game, and the spectacular run- ning of junior Clyde Duncan. North finished in third place behind three other city teams, but staged a great comeback in their homecoming game against Dowling, 33-13. cpkcwre Jcctball Team Row One — John Phoenix, Tyrone Weston, Gary Fox, Larry Stumbo, Phi II p Wilson, Harold Hall, Charles Lewis, Robert Webb, Bruce Fehn, Tom Fowler. Row Two — Larry Gaines, DeKoven Cropp, Mike McVay, Kenneth Johnson, Ralph Crowder, Tom Smith, Steve Mullins, Warren Lorey, George Caldwell, Ron Woodard, Jerry Ashdown, Mike Hooper, Edison Burrell. Rok Three — Jack Olson, Gary Fall, Jerry Peel, Lee Ramey, Dave Bogle, Bob Conners, Harold Grossnickle, Gary Elliot, Mike Feeley, Richard Howe, Art McCune, David Winfrey, Donald Powell. Row Four — Eugene Burks, Rick Whitson, Evan Minnick, Ted Hansen, Mike Lunn, Gary Porrish, Tim Shields, Dan Deskin, Jess Camp, Chuck Gibson, Philip Benge, Donald Koroch, Donald Graves. Jack Allen after completing his 80 yard run. —68— VarAitij Zatketbatl Last season ' s basketball team was favored at the beginning of the season in city series competition, but did not materialize until the end of the season when they won their biggest victory of 62-55 against Des Moines Lincoln, city champions. Craig Millhollin was elected captain. Center, Ray Hall, was selected for All-City first team. VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD North 33 (Jamboree) Lincoln 21 North 79 Alumni 103 North 50 Carroll Kuemper North 64 Ames 71 North 61 Dowling 59 North 78 Tech 61 North 63 Grinnell 57 North 56 Saydel 46 North 57 Nevada 70 North 69 Marshalltown 78 North 47 Roosevelt 64 North 40 East 52 North 49 Lincoln 65 North 46 Newton 74 North 53 Dowling 37 North 65 Tech 67 North 47 East 38 North 62 Lincoln 55 North 45 Roosevelt 51 North 51 District East 61 Ray Hall takes advantage of height, shoots for field goal at Newton game. Worth %A Vanity Basketball Team Top Row: Left to right — Fred McLaughlin, Rick Carroll, Mike Snodgrass, Gary Parrish, Ray Hall, Ron Danielson, Mike Schamerhorn. Bottom Row: Left to right — Mike Orr, Mike Castle, Bob Parrish, John Luxen, Roland Griffith, Craig Millholiin. —69— JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD Team Work North 52 Newton 51 North 41 Tech 36 North 51 Norwalk 40 North 51 Roosevelt 61 North 47 Johnston 55 North 50 Lincoln 49 North 59 Newton 61 North 73 Tech 72 North 41 Johnston 42 North 80 Saydel 54 North 65 Lincoln 64 North 42 Norwalk 30 North 39 Roosevelt 44 North 65 Open Bible 41 junior Uarditif (f ashetbaii The junior varsity basketball team, coached by George Nicodemus, finished their season with a 9-5 record, the only winter sports squad to end with a winning record. They closed with a 4-2 record in city play, tying Roosevelt ' s J. V. ' s for an unofficial junior varsity city championship. Spirit and determination kept them going, al- though the attendance at their games was low. The scores show most games to have been hard fought with close finishes; five games were won or lost by one point. The squad members should prove to be a big help to the varsity team next season. Row One — Ike Harris, Denny Miller, Bill Curran, Gary Lundholm, Joe Parish, Wally Norins. Row Two — Coach George Nicodemus, Chuck Petithory, John Nystrom, Ray Smith, Rick Hahn, John Morse. —70— SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SCORES North 26 North 27 North 37 North 39 North 48 North 57 North 45 North 49 North 27 North 41 North 35 North 48 North 36 North 35 North 33 North 42 North 30 Carroll Kuem Ames Dowling Tech Grinnell Saydel Nevada Marsha I Itown Roosevelt East Lincoln Newton Dowling Tech East Lincoln Roosevelt per 48 69 43 38 61 41 54 70 61 48 48 53 66 44 40 62 70 £c thcwn Sa ketkall The sophomore basketball squad, coached by Bob Lawson, was hampered by inexperience. The season ' s record was 2-15. Coach Lyle hopes they will materialize in another year, to give added strength to the varsity team. VARSITY WRESTLERS, left to right — Steve Leary, John Reese, Randy Johnson, John Accola, Denny Robison, Gerry Harderson, Chuck Coppola, Mike Barron, Dave Lien, Alan Runner, Gary Elliott. Absentee : Tom Hiscocks. The varsity wrestling squad, coached by Richard Eisenlauer, had a season hampered by inexperience. The matmen won their first meet against East High 30-13. From then on, the season ran to 1 1 losses. Senior, John Accola, won the City Championship in the 120 pound division to end the season on a brighter note. Randy Johnson comes out from underneath into a pinning combination. Captain, John Accola, wrestles Jim Day from East High School. Row One — Mark Bendixen, Bob Boiler, Don Henry, Jack Dawson, Craig Forest, Doug Nye, Rick Hammen, Gary Gray, Gary Fall, George Caldwell, Jesse Camp. Row Two — Larry Stumbo, Bob Boos, Jim Wilson, Tyrone Power, Dennis Barden, Allan Lewis, Tim Jotzke, Tyrone Weston, Steve Mc- Donnel, Dick Mihnsky, Charles Boots. Joe Suchy competes in Butterfly Relay at swim- ming meet. EARL KEMP Captain Huimmin 9 The 1962-63 swimming team was short in experience but long in desire. They won four and lost eight. They placed third in the city meet, (Jeff Mortensen won the city 200 yard free style championship). They also placed sixth in district meet where Earl Kemp, Mort Katz and Jeff Mortensen all qualified for competition in the state meet. Prospects are bright for next season as there are only two graduating seniors, Tom Roush and Rex Fa 1 1 is. Earl Kemp was elected honorary team captain. The team was coached by Harry Mortensen, ably assisted by Orville Chatt. Row 1: Dennis Bigham, Earl Kemp, Jeff Mortensen, Wilson, Gene Nelson, Coach Harry Mortensen. Row Absentees: Joe Suchy, Rex Fallis. —74— The tennis squads played all city teams as well as Saint Joseph ' s Academy and Indianola. Coach Orval Knee was pleased with both seasons. In fall city competition North ' s girls placed third and boys fourth. The spring season was good also. Both teams ranked high in city competition. There were a large number of underclassmen out, so the 63-64 season looks promising. Row 1: Scot Livesoy, Denny Miller, Steve Roush, Marshal Donn, Dave Lien, Ron Carlson, Paul Youngberg, George Caldwell. Row 2: Mr. Knee, John Nystrom, Thad Cole, Wally Narins, John Houghman, Doug Adolph- son, Phil Sockett, Jerry Curtis. —75— North ' s cindermen, led by state sprint champion Clyde Duncan, placed fourth in the state indoor track meet. Clyde won the state indoor 50-yard dash in 5.5 seconds. This year ' s team showed the willingness to work and train, which is neces- sary for a great team. At the Drake Relays, the foursome of Mike Lunn, Clyde Duncan, Marvin Parker and Bill Duff took the 440-yard relay. The medley team placed second under Ames in a close race. Phil Benge, sophomore trackman, clears high jump bar. —76— Row 1: Robert Boos, Steve Leory, Mike Leo, Mike Fowler, Andy Font. Row 2: Neil Leighter, Roland Griffith, Earl Kemp, Joe Parish, Cloud Cole. Row 3: Barry Knapp, Tim Schneckloth, Carl Schwab, Art Phares, Larry Ihrg Row 4: Coach Lyle, Philip Benge, Tom Bethel, Bob May, Richard Hahn. —78— Row 1: Chris Miller, Steve Milne, Dick McDonald, Gene Stout, Gerry Fehn, Craig Millhollm, Pat Moron, Neil Fuerhelm, Jack Allen. Row 2: Coach Roy Pugh, Dick Horner, John Caster, Steve Clark, Rod Moore, Tim Jotzke, Steve Woodyard, Steve Lombardo, Larry Huffmon, Bruce Stevens, Ron German, Larry Claus, Clint Herlein. The baseball team has a record of four wins and seven losses as the Polar Bear went to press. The leading hitters of the season were Gene Stout, Craig Millhollin, and Steve Clark. Tim Jotzke highlighted the season with his no-hitter against Saydel. Tim is a junior and will be back next year. Next season promises some up-coming sopho- mores and juniors for the varsity squad. Another hit for the Polar Bears! SOPHOMORE BASEBALL Row 1: Gary Fall, Jack Dawson, Bud Wilson, Dave Bogle, Charles Lewis, Sam Brown, John Phoenix. Row 2: Craig Getz, Rick Hammen, Mike Hooper, Jerry Peal, Ted Rollins, Rick Whitson, John Bliss. Row 3: Coach William Funte, Ted Hanson, Bill Lyons, Bruce Fehn, Jerry Ashdown, Mike Orr, Lee Ramey. —79 — (jo(f Jeams p(ace Second in diti Both teams this year were the best we have had in several years according to Coach Tereasa Anderson. They were runners up in the fall city tournament, and were second in both boys ' and girls competition in the spring. The teams play every high school in the city for a total of four meets. Roosevelt was their only loss throughout both seasons. Ruth Morris was captain of the girls ' squad, and Carl Schwab of the boys ' . GIRLS ' GOLF: Row 1: Jar Langford, JoAnn Noel, Jackie Lyle. rudy Cole, Ruth Morris. Row 2: Pom McConnell, Trudy Keyes. Absentee: BOYS ' GOLF: Row 1: Tom Roush, Bill McGinnis, Richard Geyer, Dennis Nich- olson. Row 2: Carl Schwab, Richard Cram, Horold Grossnickle, Jeff Mort- ensen. —80— —81— June 1964 Home Room 116 Row One — Sheryl Bird, Kothy Bobenhouse, Connie Bortcn, Mary Lewis, Ldjtq Blarney, Donna Bloney, Nancy Bittner, Sharon Gruver, Judy Haus. Row Two — Diana Borker, Toni Ashley, Linda Sellers, Noncy Allely, Eileen Barrett, Christine Boatwright, Betty Hyslope. Row Three — Chorles Bergman, Lourinda Ashton, Victoria Poppe. Row Four — Bob Boggs, Paul Aunspach, Jerry Beouchamp, Aurelio Barron, Gary Battles, Lonnie Bibbons, Denny Jones. Row Five — Denny Bigham, Jim Barsetti, Joe Balson, David Baum, John Angus, Jerry Allen. Row Six — George Arndt, Tom Asher, Mike Stewart, Mr. Spriggs. Absent — Johnny Scales, Ted Beagles, Tom Blake. Home Room 128 Row One — Jim Harmon, Don Henry, Susan Hansen, Judy Holmes, Janet Henderson, Linda Herselius, Sharon Halsten, Linda Breen. Row Larry Huffman. David Hatfield, Linda Horn, Vicky Hensley, Linda Hopkin s, Judy Walker. Row Three — Terry Homil, Terry Hawxby, Patty Ruth Ivers, Judy Horner, Earllynn Harrison, Beverly Hyslope. Row Four — Dennis Hickman, Don Hart, Clint Herlein, Judi Martin, Judy Hawxby, Howe, Peggy Hansen. Row Five — Brian Bracken, Tom Hiscocks, Mr. Leonard, Larry Bronnenberg. Absent — Peggy Hurley, David Cederval Harris, Don Hasso, Bob Hicks, Bob Horner, Charles Soderquist. Home Room 132 Two — Patrice, Glenda I, Jesse Row One — Trudy Dew, Cheri Main, Diana Dennis, Harriet Ellenberger, Bernie Costa, Shirley Clousi, Cheryl Daniels. Row Two — Marcia Eide, Charlene Grove Cheryland McLain, Judi Dimke, Kris Elin, Diane Collins. Row Three — Dennis Dunn, Gary Dann, Larry Clous, Marshall Dann, Frank Cushingberry, Dennis Hall. Row Four — Jim Drummond, Chuck Coppola, Bill Curran, Frcnk Evans, Cloud Cole, Dan Cunningham, Danny Brewer. Row Five — Don Emmons, Clifford Darroh, Charles Erlondson, Richard Cram, Ed Gilmore, Bob Connelly, Mr. Sawtell, Mike Bogardus. Absent — Lavella Lawson, Connie Evans, Shirley Ellsworth. —82— Home Room 134 Row One — Richard Guyer, Linda Griemes, Lila Glassinger, Sue Galloway, Jockie Graves, Midge Gay, Maureen Fenton, Karen Goldsberry. Row 2 — Marjorie Green, Potricic Givens, Mary Holferty, Georgette Miklus, Linda Fett, Rita Griffith, Jonette Fenton, Jone Hogen. Row Three — Larry Hale, Shoron Halbfass, Pat Clausen, Judi FrerKing, Janice Andrews, Noncy Fisher, Edith Fuqua. Row Four — Ron German, Joe Ferguson, Bonnie Tennihill ' Bradley Bradford, Oziel Gutierrez. Row Five — Tom Francisco, Doyle Ostronder, Mike Fowler, Bob Genung, Gary Groy, Mike Fuson. Row Six — Rich Hahn, Lorry Gilliom, Garry Fredericksen, Mr. Herder. Home Room 139 Row One — Barbora Hunter, Sue Wilbert, Margaret Johnson, Sue Larson, Becky Leslie, Randy Johnson, Mr. Funte. Row Two — Bonita Jones, Sharyn Lau, Anne Jasperson, Carol Kochheiser, Linda Jorgensen, Sharon Johnson, Lauretta Kieler. Row Three — Teresa Jeter, Avis James, Shiela Jones, Sondra Johnson, Sharon Loose, Mort Katz, Kenneth Knapp. Row Four — Dave Lamb, Margie Liljegren, Jan Judkins, Carol Jones, Mike Light, Dennis Lindsley, Steve Myers. Row Five — Larry Johnson, Mike Jackovich, Tim Jotzke, Dave Lien, Scott Livesy, Steve Lombardo, Earl ' Kemp. Row Six — Al Katoaka, Wade Kness. Home Room 143 Row One — JoAnne Underwood, Alice Masten, Kathy Lorey, Charmaine McDonald, Linda Martin, Sheila Lyons, Carolyn Maddy, Pam McLaughlin. Row Two — Morene Meek, Linda Macavoy, Phyllis McGrean, Margo McCartney, Bonnie McAllister, Oella Moloney, Dianne Marchant Row Three Pat Harrington, Larry McCullough, Jerry May, Garry Madison, Keith Campbell, Tom Marlin, Ron Mellgren, Jim Mason. Row Four — Jim Hond Tom McCoy, Stephen Lyon, Fred McLoughlin, Stephen McDannel. John Moxfield. —83— Home Room 219 Row One — JoAnn Noel, Sandra Ormon, Bonita Olson, Cathy Palek, Enid Oster, Pam Nelson, Paula Nuzum. Row Two — Chuck Olson, Larry Mick, Jane Oberander, Kathy Olson, Sue Moseley, Eloine Miller, Pat Miller, Barbara Moore. Row Three — John Morse, Dennis Nicholson, Gene Nelson, Ed Miller, John Morris, Larry Miller, Joe Parish, Dick Milinsky. Row Four — LeRoy Nirk, Bryce Miller, Jim Osterquist, Dennis Miller, Wally Narins, John Nystrom. Absent — Linda Hampton, Paula Moore, Ike Harris, Jeff Mortensen, Rod Moore, Joyce Jockson. Home Room 223 Row One — Mike Phares, Mary Robinson, Dave Queener, Mike Roberts, Colleen Sparks, Elaine Reed, Janell Sales. Row Two — Charlene Price, Ann St. Clair, Chyrle Ramey, Jane Renaud, Connie Ritter, Christy Phillips, Pat Ellis, Richard Rayman. Row Three — Kenny Roberts, Steve Milne, Linn Rodine, Eric Peterson, Denny Robison, Steve Roush. Row Four — Joe Saluri, Don Moore, Jim Quigley, Karen Royal, Joan Pecina, Ron Reyes. Row Five — Mr. Rhyne, Robert Ramsell, Jerry Pattison, Dean Roorda, Roymond Rexroat, Chuck Petithory, Dennis Roff. Absent — Gary Richords, Peggy Parsons, Diane Powers, Jane Riggs, James Ryan, Mike Myers. Home Room 224 Row One — Pat Sterrett, Nancy Thomas, Priscilla Sterrett, Glennore Thomas, Colleen Thomas, Trudy Schmitz, Dave Thompson, Noncy Solomon, Bob Pomeroy. Row Two — Linda Suplee, Sondra Simons, Celia Sassatelli, Bruce Stephens, Ray Smith, Joe Suchy, Harold Smith. Row Three — Sue Selden, Mike Smith, Janet Semple, Bill Shelton, John Tennant, Howard Steffey, Bob Schmeiser, Roland Rose, Harry Simpson, Don Smith. Row Four — Kelley Sample, David Silk, Art Veiguls, Gary Searcy, Mike Knode, Dave Steigleder, Bill Anderson. —84— Home Room 225 Row One — Mary Cervetti, Joyce Brown, Robert Boiler, Marcia Clark, Ron Carlson, Sharon Brown, Tim Brounschwieg, Mr. Gripenberg. Row Two — Corol Burr, Rose Ann Casey, Pam Carey, Sally Brewer, Pat Burruss, John Castor, Linda Campbell. Row Three — Connie Bowman, Sue Cisco, Claude Carlson, Maria Carter, Elsa Cawthorne, Dean Christiansen, Don Chapman. Row Four — Dorothy Brown, Mary Burgeson, Steve ' Clark, Larry Agon, Jonice Carter, Jim Zugg. Row Five — Eugene Alexander, Rick Carroll, Robert Carlson, Don Carson, Sam Bradshaw, Alan Christiansen. Home Room 242 Row One — Kathy Wood, Leilani Myrell, Barbara Woodruff, Margo Upchurch, Joett Wheeler, JoAnn Voyce, Ros2 Wease, Ann Essy, Kathy Flaherty Mrs. Jockson. Row Two — Carol Stookey, Lois Wilson, Margaret Hall, Julie Schnathorst, Pat Watkins. Row Three — Ko ' ren Willis, ' Marjie Wharff ' Diane Varme, Diane Waterbury, Karen Capps, Lorrie Watermon, Dan Wood. Row Four — Judy Wilson, Connie Wood, Nancy Thompson, Linda West- lund, Mike Witte. Row Five — Earl Williams, Bill Strathman, Dennis VanPatter, Gene Wickett, Steve Woodyord, Jim Surber Loren Stout Mike Von Arkel, Ricardo White. juniors Jdai e t)ance at % 1 VIC 1 Although there is no school sponsored junior dance, it is traditional for the class to have a semi-formal dance independently sponsored by the parents. This year was no exception. The class of ' 64 had their junior " prom " in the Campus Room at the YMCA on May 17. These dances do a great deal to bring the junior class closer together before they begin planning their senior activities. —85— June " 65 " Home Room 138 Row One — Mr. Spicer, Diane Green, Kathie Brown, Lindo Gilchrist, Linda Grodt, Corole Stout, Sondra Kosick, Christy Gates, Judy Goreham. Row Twc — Lindo Jackson, Sally Hall, Joyce Gilliam, Carol Grossnickle, Cyndy Hatfield, JoAnn Barker. Row Three — Diane Gronert, Gaye Griffin, Nancy Higday, Steve Mullins, Harold Holl. Row Four — Dennis Barden, Leslie Hand, Fred O ' Gorman, Robert May, Randy Lester, M.ke McVay, John Hougham. Row Five — Tom Hall, Douglas Nye, George Hobson, Garry Nelson. Absent — Eugene Headspeath, Don Johnson, Charlene Baker, D:ano Gibson, Mary Leonard. Home Room 140 Row One — Jccque Freeman, Trudy Cole, Janie Patterson, Judy Darlington, Yvonne Clabaugh, JorJan Borlin, Lola Abarr, Penny Barger, Mr. Wick- ham. Row Two—Cynthia Brill, Judy Coxe, Marilyn Billings, Dean Arnold, Steve Anderson, Bruce Sandburg. Row Three — Mary Ford, Craig Amos, Allen Anderson, Jim Anderson, Thad Cole, Larry Burton. Row Four — Roy Adolphson, Clark Chancellor, Carl Christenson, Mike Feeley, Normon Ackin- son, Dave Beemon, George Caldwell. Row Five— Connie Ackerson, Patsy Brilz, Borbara Catterson, Sharon Dunbar, Stor Eberhart. Absent — Maria Westover, Larry Allen. Home Room 141 Row One — Linda Naughton, Peggy Powers, Suson Oddy, Toni Pattison, Bill McGinnis, Carol Nygren, Lupe Porrez, Gayla Ellis, Donna Oliver. Row Two — Elaine Peterson, Debbie Overton, Diane Naber, Linda Overton, Terry Nuckolls, Eddie Olson, Gary Overton, James McKinsey. Row Three — Cindy Pickard, Ginger Ohm, Kathy Nyswonger, Joice Piper, Jocque Nelson, Sandra Peterson, Larry Marlin, Bill Lyon. Row Four — Mike Orr, Evan Minnick, Art McCune, Gene Barth, Bud McConkey, Bill Miller, Mike Moore, Dwight Milliken, Mr. Mortensen, Jock Olson. Absent — Jack Moore. —86— Home Room 142 Row One — Pot Rizk, Dave Peck, Maria Reeves, Bonnie Ryan, Alexandra Sarontschin, Kaye Russell, Volerie Pugh, Rick Prettyman. Row Two- Steve Quick, Don Peterson, John Prim, Tom Rhodes, Connie Priebe, Sharon Raymond, Pam Ringgenberg, Rosalie Robinson. Row Three — Lee Ramey, Susie Sargent, Ginny Robinson, Linda Robertson, Sue Rinard, Jacgue Schanerhorn, Vicki Rossow, Sondy Savage. Row Four — George Carley, Gary Parrish, Jim Rapp, LaVerne Reid, Tamara Sarontschin, Steve Power. Home Room 144 Row One — Karen Shipley, Jonn Simmons, Irene Gulans, Glennis Oleson, Diane Simpson, Cherie Septer, Diane Sellers, Sharon Schuck. Row Two — Karole Simpson, Susan Stevens, Cindy Walmer, Gloria Slack, Donna Stout, Jonis Smith, Jo Ellen Spriggs. Row Three — Linda Sidoner, Carl Schwab, Gary Russian, Dan Sampson, Mike Shearer, Kirby Robinson. Row Four — Mrs. Dunlop, Allen Rumme, Steve Schroder, Tim Schneckloth, Larry Rom- inger, Jerry Robson, Ed Robinson. Home Room 148 Row One — Larry Stumbo, Pat Waggoner, Marilyn Swigert, Sandy Stout, Cindy Waterman, Linda Strom, Mary Thompson, Kathy Thrasher. Row Two — Rick Thompson, Susan Toye, Jeanne Swanson, Aline Washington, Mary Stone, Janice VanderLinden, Marcia Swanson. Row Three — Frank Thorne, Donna Vignovich, Karen Tonnatt, Jeanne Strong, Katie Terrell. Row Four — Mr. Palmer, Tom Smith, Robin Steele, Clint Thompson, Jim Snell. Row Five — Joseph Toubes, Don Spiller, Jim Shoning, Tom Snider, Tom Silk, Steve VanderWaal. —87— Home Room 222 Row One — Mark Bendixin, Linda Barsness, Pat Bliss, Linda Ashford, Pat Asher, John Bliss, Becky Benson. Row Two— Dove Biery, Charles Bartlett, Jean Bird, Beverly Behle, Terry Bailey. Row Three — Marcia Bancroft, Arlene Bacon, Solly Beomon, Nedra Anderson, Susan Blakesley, Mr. Troe. Row Four — Craig Barcus, Jerry Ashdown, Walter Babbit, Connie Barnard, Cynthia Beattie, Noncy Breezley, Virginia Baker. Row Five — Delos Bailey, Phil Benge, Joe Bittner, Carlton Bishop, Jack Boccus, Dave Bogle, Mark Austin, Tom Bethel. Home Room 226 Row One — Karen Carlson, Cathy Christof ferson, Judy Buckler, Judy Bullaro, Judy Burgett, Pam Burns, Cindy Coukin. Row Two — Sandra Carmen, Julie Chacey, Dione Burrhus, Delores Chance, Lois Canada, Pat Choate, M ss Bullock. Row Three — Beverly Buhrmaster, Janet Bunten, Bonita Byers, Moureen Christensen, Robert Boos, Larry Cottrill, Edison Burrell. Row Four — Rick Curtis, Som Brown, Charles Boots, Bob Burk, Ralph Crowder, Eugene Burks, Robert Connor, Lonnie Burkholder, Jess Camp, Jerry Curtis, Charles Crawford, George Bond. Home Room 227 Row One — Edith Welder, Becky Wilcots, Nina Weeks, Wayne Westlake, Robert Wynn, Teri Woodard, Mary Wieland, Sandy Foster, Betty Wolfe. Row Two — Doreen White, Sally Williamson, Linda Thompson, Kay Welsh, Barbara Wharf f, Sherry Worster, Jim Wilson, Suson Wright, Betty Wilder, Nancy Watson. Row Three — Ronald Woodard, Rick Witson, Gary Walker, Bud Wilson, David Wallukait. Row Four — James Williams, Robert Webb, Paul Youngberg, Thomas Wilson, Jim Walker, David Winfrey. Absent — Sherry McCaughey, Terry Wills, Mr. Phillips. —88— Home Room 228 Row One — Janice Erickson, Marsha Craig, Suson Conrad, Tamara Cox, Linda Doherty, Cheryl Dixon, Bob Eldridge, Mike Dougherty. Row Two — Cothy Davies, Jonice Door, Linda DeWell, Diona Clerk, Pat Corbley, Connie Cloussen. Row Three — Sandra Cowger, Yvonne DeCarlo, Annette Dixon, Sharon Evans, Marjorie Emanuel, Jack Dawson, Terry Etter. Row Four — Tim Eakins, Bob Dyar, Alan DeGooyer, Steve Dundis, Mr. Brightman, Jerry DeMarce, Dan Deskin, Geory Elliot, Jon Edwords. Absent — Viola Elwell, Synthia Duncan, Dan Dossey. Home Room 230 Row One — Sharon Fritz, Carol Hayner, Donna Harriott, Kathy Everitt, Judy Hansen, Susan Ewald, Dennis Frederiksen, Mike Gabbert, Eddie Fallis. Row Twc — Jer: Hiatt, Nancy Fournelle, Tomara Hayter, Peggy Forkner, Tcni Genovese, Kandy Hodgson, David Fong. Row Three — Linda Geissinger, Pam Henderson, Diane Holland, Tom Fowler, Tim Gaudineer, Bruce Fehn, Steve Flonagan, Jim Fone. Row Four — Cynthia Hayes, Mr. Worden, Robert Gomble, Curtis Garner, John Wilson, Gory Fall, Don Filby, Robert Fuller. Home Room 239 Row One — Ranae Koch, Jay Kallansrud, Shirley Holste, Carolyn Kalsem, Shirley Hopkins, Trudy Keyes, Cynthia Hopkins. Row Two — Janis Jobe, Bonnie Kiefer, Robert Hendrick, Denny Harris, Dave Gronert, Delbert Hamrick, Mr. Hill. Row Three — Sandy Johnson, Linda Keasey, Leslie Gerez, Melvin Hochart. Row Four — Lauren Jolly, Marjorie Kinney. Row Five — Harold Grossnickle, Bill Walker, Chuck Gibson, Ted Hansen, Dwight Har- rigon, Ronnie Hays, Richard Hammer. Absent — Sieg Gengl, Craig Goetz, Robert Goddard. —89— Home Room 240 Row One — Barbara Lander, Jockie Lyle, Morris Isckowitz, Craig Junkins, Pat Law, Linda Lorson, Linda Kenworthy, Joyce Kirkwood. Row Two — Kenneth Johnson, Elaine Kline, Barry Jeffries, Mike Hooper, Deborah Lewis, Thelma Longbein, Lynda Lucos. Row Three — Tom Hillis, Larry Ihrig, Steve Hewitt, Poul Julstrom, Steve Johnson, Pom Langford, Christine Loehr. Row Four — Janet Lewellin, Barry Knopp, Richard Howe, Louise Koons Ann Lovell, Mike Humphreys, Robert Johnson, Ramona Lofgren. Home Room 241 Row One — Karen Moron, Linda McKeehan, Janet McKeehan, Nora Moore, Janis Mallicoat, Pat McDaniel, Linda Main, Lonis McCollum. Row Two — Loren Wright, Sandra Murroy, Steve Leary, Alan Lewis, Wyman Lorey, Norma Miller, Alice McEwen, David Lambertson. Row Three — Cheryl Music, Laraine Moomey, Bettejean Sydnes, Charles Lewis, Mike Leo, Terry Lee, Marjorie Myers, Steve Stookey. Row Four — Warren Lorey, Lewis Leoy, Dennis Long, Mrs. Olsen, Judy Montenguise, Mike Lunn, Bill Locke, Jerry Knode. Home Room 244 Row One — Sherrie Parker, Judi Shaw, Lana Turner, Janet Schmitz, Sandi Roach, Jo Shelton, Becky Peglow, Sondra Webb. Row Two — Norma Webb, Hazel Simbro, Cheryl Winders, Margaret Young, Murene Semple, Judy Roberts, Shoron Vestal. Row Three — Benny Pickett, Art Phores, Jim Meis, John Phoenix, Bob Willis, Steve Rowland. Row Four — Jack Simpson, Tony Rondall, Paul Tullis, Jim Foreman, Rodney Paxton, Kenny Parkey, Steve Russell. Row Five — Jerry Peel, Robert Zugg, Mr. Rogers, Danny Wood. —90— June 1966 Home Room 220 Row One — Dona Brown, Marilyn Decker, Linda Conn, Suzanne Andersen, Borbara Beckett, Carol Beghtel, Geogina Corbin, Larry Campbell. Row Two — Kathy Cord, Sondi Griffith, Sandra Carlson, Ron Boughman, Kristin2 Baird, Clydette Bradford, Morion Dennis, Xovier Barron. Row Three — Carroll Johnson, Poulette Billings, Mary Jane Cook, Candie Anderson, Mary Dunn. Row Four — Cary Clayton, Jim Carlson, Terry Frasier, Herb Caw- thorne, Don Carlson, Tim Feeley. Row Five — Larry Hollingsworth, Gary Dyer, Ricky Dunbar, David Allison, Bob Aomoth, Mr. Crocker. Home Room 243 Row One — Jan Geringer, Pam Adams, Sheila Floyd, Dennis Linn, Mike Lepley, Jim Kinney, Jim Morion, Gary Hand, Myron Linn. Row Two— Shoron Haus, Nancy German, Margaret Forker, Mike Lajko, Steve Lockershire, Mike Mullins. Row Three — Debbie King, Carolyn May, Suzette Hoynes, Linda Largent, Jerry Morris, Mike Monscour. Row Four — Bob Messenger, Steve Lundholm, Nick Klisares, Curt Messerly, Pam Honover, Fronces Ganoe, Mrs. Wilmeth. Home Room 245 Row One — Lenno Yaw, Janice Prusia, Borbara Roberts, Helen Myers, Arlene Swartz, Penny Robson, Betty Lou McMillen, Vicki Bauer. Row Two — John Roberts, Norma Miller, Janeeda Weyer, Kathy Stephens, Dione Nicholson, Helen Poyne, Jean Nystrom, Jeannie Arloud. Row Three — Dennis Petithory, Robert Willcox, Wayne Signs, William Smith, Robert Vandervort, Raymond Page, Mark Smith, David Webb. Row Four — Danny Osberg, Jon Royal, Allen Tucker, Garry Spier, Jerry Schirman, Harold Boles, Merritt Hodley, Bill Razor. Absentees — Phillip Seaton, Anita Rivas, Dorothy Taylor. —91 — Home Room 124 Row One — Jcnet Belger, Mory Ann Cahhal, Shoron McConnell, Susan Ellsworth, Michoel Karns, Billy Hummel, Gory Hildebrand, Chorles Masters. Row Two — DeKovcn Cropp, Harold Bryan, Delores Ashby, Gary Houghman, Diana Doroty, Angela McKay. Row Three — Bob Kling, James Curtis, Steven Chubb. Harold Bland, Christine Houston, Verna Baker, Lawrence Jacobs, Riley Hawk. Row Four — John Kendall, Ellis Cooper, Gino Fontonini, James Link, Douglas Johnson, Sheila Lawrence, Dean Johnson, Jerry Hunt. Home Room 125 Row One — Sandra Seeger, Shirley Polke, Karen Wilson, Margaret Raab, Ralph Wade, David Wallace, Joyce Winfrey. Row Two— Martha Nielson, Marie Sandquisl, Poulette Robe, Shirley Taft, Phillip Yaw, Earl Stowers, Phillip Wilson, Darrell Sims, Verlin Jay. Row Three — Lowell Shuey, Tyrone Weston, Jerry Williamson, Robert Shelton, Martin Thornton, Larry Pollack, Leo Wineinger, Mrs. Vitteteoux, Rudy Renteria, Ronald Wilson. Absent — Richord Miller, Donald Wyman, Michal Rasmussen. Home Room 130 Row One — O ' Orlene Swan, Bettie Brown, Mary Emery, Lucy Carr, Jeannette Jackson, Mary Blanchard. Row Two — Mrs. Baldwin, Jonice Allison, Donna Boes, Janice Graves, Joyce Graves, Mary Cason. Row Three — David Collenburg, Mike Barron, Bill Kiss, Richard James. Row Four — Clyde Duncan, Bill Duff, Dennis Lavia, Ronold Comegys. Absent — Jack Carter, Deon Largent, Mary Deaton, Alice Fisher, Cheryl Gillman, Donna Henry. —92— Home Room 238A Row One — Rosemary Rose, Athena Klisares, Charles Wyman, David Poortinga, Robert Tharp, Carol Spoonholtz, Joyce Wade. Row Two — Mr. Warren, Robert Smith, Larry Stotts, Judy McNeley, Jane McNeley, Tina Hogan. Row Three — Roger Parker, Michael Rogers, Nellie Johnson. Row Four — Pat Stucrt, Clark Williamson, John Marmion, David West, Robert Streeter, Tim Watson. Students start their daily routine with Home Room. During Home Room teachers have an opportunity to give the students information on what is going on around the school, tell them about scholarship opportunities, and of course, there are always those program cards. —93— From Pat Snodgrass many North students gained new insight into their respective values. Pat ' s death from cancer caused deep sorrow among all who had the privilege of his acquaintance. His strong spirit will always serve as a shining example of true courage. Pat showed that in a life of active service for others — true happiness may be best achieved. Ronnie Hopkins ' sudden death came as a severe shock to his friends. Loving life and living each minute to the fullest, describe Ronnie ' s brief years. Though young in years, Ronnie gained a mature insight into life and served as an inspiration for all around him. Ronnie ' s good-will and cheer brightened the lives of many who came into contact with him. —94— Huffin ' and puffin ' are Carolyn Grigsby, Barb Barsetti and Bonnie Barlow —96— June grads pantomime a month of the year in a game of charades at the Senior Mixer. This is December, of course: Santa and his reign deer. lAJitli .Senior em ones In order to lessen the heavy burden and responsibility of being a senior A, the faculty has made it possible for respon- sible young people to have a little fun during their last se- mester at North. Many of the activities are similar to those of previous graduating classes, but to every class they are just a little bit special. Both the January and June classes held their senior mixers in the student center. We played ping pong football, tippy cork, mouse trap relay, and dizzy izzey. Dorthy Chapman and Mike Schamerhorn were crowned king and queen of the January mixer, and Ray Hall (Suzie) and Joanne Slack won a prize for being the best dressed boy and girl at the June graduates ' " Circus. " At the senior swim we played water games in the pool, jumped on the trampoline, played basketball, or ping pong until time to eat. We ate with our fingers in Hawaiian style and almost everyone tried a little poi, a Hawaiian dish. The January Banquet was held at the Cloud Room and the June Banquet at the Hotel Savery. The senior class history was reviewed and entertainment was furnished by our many talented classmates. . . . and here we have Sandi Paskins on the ropes. —97— PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT J. anuar icerS SCHAMERHORN, MICHAEL ROBZRT " Scham " Home Room Vice President 5; Senior Class President 8; " Amahl and the Night Visi- tors " 7; Saturday Biology 7; " Skin of Our Teeth " 8; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Baseball 3, 5 Captain 7; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 4, 6; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7; Senior Prom Committee Co-Chairman 8. On the basketball court he sets a fast pace, but he ' s faster yet at cupid ' s race. SECRETARY V ROBISON, JACKIE LYNNE Jackie " Home Room Secretary 4, 5, 6; Senior Class Secretary 8; Bowling 5; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Pep Club 7; Intramurals 8; Senior Swim Committee 8. Innocent in appearance, but devilish in action. TREASURER ADKINS, JOYCE ANNE " Joyce " Home Room Vice President 8; Home Room Secretary 3, 4, 5; Home Room Treasurer 6; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Girls ' Glee Club 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Bowling 6, 7; Satur- day Biology 3, 4; Tennis 5, 7, 8; Intra- murals 4, 6; Oracle Bookkeeper 5, 6, 7; Senior Swim Committee 8. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, show me a man that I can trust. GIRLS ' REPRESENTATIVE YOUNGBERG, JOYCE LYNNE Joyce " Home Room President 8; Home Room Treasurer 5, 6, 7; Safety Committee 4, 5; Senior Girl ' s Representative 8; F. T. A. 3, 4, Vice President 5, President 6, 7, Treas- urer 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Bowling 5; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Slide Rule Class 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurals 4, 8; Kiwanis Representative 8; Senior Swim Committee 8. The thing that goes the farthest towards making life worthwhile, that costs the least and does the most is just a pleasant smile. HISTORIAN CHAPMAN, DOROTHY ANN " Dorothy " Home Room President 4; Home Room Vice President 5; Halls Committee Member 5; Senior Class Historion 8; Girls ' Glee Club 6; Latin Club 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 6; Saturday Biology 3; Saturday Chemistry 6; Slide Rule Class 6; Future Nurses Club 8; Intramurals 7; Senior Prom Committee 8; Art Com- mittee 8. A friendly smile, a helping hand, a thought for each is her command. VECCHI, ROSE MARIE " Rosie Baby " Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Home Room Treasurer 8; Assembly Committee 7, 8; Service and Red Cross Committee 4, 5, 6; Social Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Slide Rule Class 8; Student Leader 6; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee Chairman 8; Senior Swim Committee 8. The more I see of boys, the better I like my dog. BOYS ' REPRESENTATIVE HARDERSEN, GERALD LEE Gerry- Home Room President 5; Home Room Vice President 6; Home Room Treasurer 8; Senior Boy ' s Representat.ve 8; Letterman ' s Club 7; Wrestling 4, 5; Track 3, 5, 7; Cross Country 6; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 5, 6; Senior Swim Committee Co-Chairman 8. A lion among women — a man among men. TREASURER BREWER, DONNA GENE " Donna " Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Senior Class Treasurer 8; French Club 7, 8; Future Teachers Club 4, 5 Vice President 6, 7 President 8; Youth Fellowship Club 3, 4, 5 Secretary 6, 7 Vice President 8; Student Leader 7; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Banquet Co-Chairman 8. She ' s pure as a lily, sweet as a rose — that ' s why we love her, as everyone knows. —98— ARNETT, GRACE ELNORA Grace " Girls ' Glee Club 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 7; Intra- murals 6, 7; Cop and Gown Committee 8. She who is good is happy. ARNOLD, JUDITH ANN " Arnold 1 ' Assembly Committee 8; Concessions Com- mittee 4, 5, 6; Dolphin Club 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 8; Synchronized Swimming 6, 7, 8; Senior Banquet Commit- tee 8; Art Committee 8. Someone strangle her before she talks herself to death. AUSTIN, EDWARD EUGENE " Ed " Home Room Treasurer 5; Tennis 5, 6, 7, 8; Footboll 4; Basketball 3; Swimming 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. All great men are dying. I don ' t feel so well myself. BANE, JAMES DOUGLAS, JR. " Jim " Track 7; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Senior Banquet Committee 8. It ' s not the questions that bother me; it ' s the answers. CLARK, LINDA RAE Linda " Pep Club 7, 8; Spanish Club 4, 8; Bowling 3, 5, 6, 7; Student Leader 5; Intramurals 5, 6; Senior Prom Committee 8. Just whistle and I ' ll come to you my lad. CLINGMAN, KAREN ANNE Karen " Home Room President 5; Home Room Sec- retary 8; Home Room Treasurer 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3; Slide Rule Class 8; Tennis 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 5; Senior Banquet Com nittee Co-Choirman 8. Her cheeks were kissed by angels, but the devil ' s in her eyes. DAILY, MARY ANN Mary Ann " Service and Red Cross Committee Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 8; Bowling 3, 8; Saturday Biology 3; Future Nurses 8; Library Assistont 4; Senior Prom Committee 8; Art Committee 8. They are lucky who know her well. DAVIS, PEGGY ANN " Peggy " Concessions Committee Chairman 6, 7, 8; Service and Red Cross Committee Member 7; Pep Club 7; Bowling 4; Saturday Biology 3; Intramurals 5; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8. Her kindness invites friendship. BOLLER, JACK LESLIE Jack " Home Room Vice President 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Soturday Biology 3, 4; Saturday Chem- istry 7; Football 4, 6, 8; Track 5, 7; Intra- murols 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. His abilities have not all been revealed. BRADY, DAVID GENE Dave " Home Room Vice President 8; Dramatics Cast Member 6; Dramatics Stage Crew 7; Football 4; Baseball 3, 5; Basketball 3, 4; Home Room Sports Captain 5. Women are always running through my mind; they don ' t DARE walk. CATTERSON, CHRISTINE SUE " Chris " Home Room President 3, 5, 8; Home Room Vice President 4; Assembly Committee Member 8; Social Committee Member 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Bowling 3, 4, 5, 6; Intramurals 8; Editorial Staff of Oracle 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8. If God loves all men, surely I can love a dozen! 1 FANT, ANDREW FRANK " Andy " Completed Work-Study Program. FOX, GARY LEE " Gary " Home Room Vice President 3; Service and Red Cross Committee 8; Bond 3, 4, 5; Cast Member 7; Letterman ' s Club 8; Soturday Biology 4, 5; Hi-Y 4, 5; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Track 3, 5, 7; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 8; " Teahouse of the August Moon. " He goes around with more girls than a revolving door. GAMBLE, MAURINE ELLEN " Mourine " Service ond Red Cross Committee 8; Senior Announcements ond Tickets Committee 8. Nice, quiet, and friendly. —99- HANKE, DONNA RAE ' Donna " Home Room Treasurer 3, 4; Vice President 5; Concessions 5; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7; Makeup 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 7; Orocle Business 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Senior Mixer Committee 7; " Amahl and the Night Visitors. " Somewhat quiet, but they who know her best say she is not always so. HODGSON, MARY NELL Mary- Home Room Treasurer 3, 4; Art Committee; Dramatics, Costume 6; Makeup 5; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Bowling 5, 8; Tennis 3, 4; Student Leader 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4; Office Assistant 3, 4; Senior Banquet Committee 8. A girl that does her own thinking and needs but little advice. HOOD, JAMES MICHAEL " Butch- Home Room Vice President 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 5, 6; Senior Swim Committee 8; Senior Art Committee 8. Beware, I may do something great yet! HUMPHREY, ALBERT CHARLES " Humphrey- Completed Work-Study Program. JAMES, HELEN VIRGINIA Completed Work-Study Program. Helen " JOHNSON, BEVERLY JEAN " Bev " Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Pep Club 8; Intramurals 4, 5; Art Committee 8. Class periods should be ten minutes long — five to come, and five to go. JOHNSON, CAROL JO Home Room Secretary 7 " Carol " Art Committee 6, 7; Service and Red Cross 5; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4, 5, 6; Office Assistant 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Announcements and Tickets Committee 8. She ' s a quiet girl, but quite a gal. 4 JOHNSON, NORMAN FREDRICK Norman- Home Room President 7; Home Room Vice President 6; Saturday Biology 3; Saturday Chemistry 8; Tennis 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5; Senior Mixer Committee 8. Never trouble trouble ' til trouble troubles you. KIRKPATRICK, NANCY LEE " Nancy- Service and Red Cross Committee Member 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5; Rope Jumping 3; Senior Swim Committee 8. The world is happier because of her. LEVY, ROBERT ALAN " Bob " Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim Committee 8. Either appraise or oppose me; I cannot stand to be overlooked. LIGOURI, THOMAS WILLIAM " Tom- Student Council Treasurer 8; Home Room President 3, 4, 6; Home Room Vice Presi- dent 5; Home Room Treasurer Committee 8; Public Address 3, 4, 5, Chairman 6, 7, 8; Club 7, 8; Tennis 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 3; Student Leader 7; 7; Finance Committee Letterman ' s Football 4; Intramur- als 5, 6; Swimming 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Sav- ing 6; Oracle Reporter 8; Oracle Editorial Staff 8; Quill and Scroll 8. A drinker — at the fountain of knowledge. MARLOW, JAMES WILLIAM, JR. Wrestling 4, 5; Football 4; Track 5 " Jim " Intra- murols 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8. Mention girls, there ' s a gleam in his eye. Mention work, the light will die. McCLELLAN, TED GORDON " Ted " Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 3, 4; Senior Swim Committee 8; Stage Crew 7. I wish there was some other way of starting the day besides waking up. MEYER, HELEN JEANETTE " Helen- Service and Red Cross 8; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Sponish Club 3; Life Saving 3, 4; Cap and Gown Committee 8. Prepare for a shock and a heavy blow, when she volunteers and says, " I know. " — 100— MOLL, CAROL RUTH " Carol " Home Room Secretary 7; Home Room Treasurer 5, 6; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Cap and Gown Committee Chairman 8; Latin Club 4, 5; Bowling 4, 5; Future Nurses 8; Tennis 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 7, 8; Intramurals 4, 5, 6; Orocle Editor 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Student Council 8; Counseling Secretary 8; Quill and Scroll 8. For she is always friendly, and carries a smile for everyone. MOLL, MARY L. Completed Work-Study Program. " Mary " NONN WEILER, GERALD LEROY Gerald " Don ' t look at me. I didn ' t do iff " Don " PETERSON, DONALD GEORGE Judicial Board 8; Home Room Secretary 6, 7; A Cappella Choir 4, 5, 6; Latin Club 3, 4; Golf 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 5, 6; Senior Banquet Committee 8. A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. PETERSON, PAMELA JOYCE " Pam " Home Room Vice President 3, 4, 6; Assem- bly Committee Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 6, 8; Safety Committee 8; Social Committee 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistant 8; Editorial Staff 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Mimeograph Committee 8; Telephone Di- rectory Committee 8; Service and Red Cross 7. I think I think more than you think I think — I think. PRATT, CONNIE KAY " Connie- Service and Red Cross 6; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4, 8; Makeup 5, 6; Library Assistant 8; Orocle Reporter 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Art Committee 8. Knowledge is power; gosh, I feel weak. REXROAT, HAROLD WAYNE Wayne " Study is a pastime; why overdo it. RITCHIE, RICHARD MICHAEL " Rich- Home Room President 7; Home Room Sec- retary 3, 4; Public Address Committee; Trock 3, 5, 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8. Men ' s actions are the interpreters of their thoughts. SHADE, BARBARA JEAN Barbara- Completed Work-Study Program. SNODGRASS, MICHEAL WESLEY " Snod " Dramatics 3, 4, 5; Basketball 3, 5, 6, 8; Art Committee 8; Prom Committee 8. What I want to get out of school most is myself. SWEITZER, SHARON LEE Sharon " A Cappella Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. A quiet person at least in the classroom. TALLMAN, PAMELA ANN " Pam " Pep Club 7; Office Assistant 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Orocle Business Staff 8; Polar Bear Editorial Stoff 8; Senior Banquet Com- mittee 8; Mimeographing Committee 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8; Intramurals 8; Counseling Secretary 8; Quill and Scroll 8. She had so many bright ideas that her hair turned red. THOMAS, LONNIE M. Completed Work-Study Program. Lonnie " TURPEN, ROBERT GLEN " Turp " Home Room Secretary 8; Home Room Treasurer 5; Halls Committee Member 6; Football 4; Baseball 3, 5, 7; Basketball 3; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Coptoin 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim Committee 8. Neither sinner or saint perhaps, but one of the best of chaps. TYREE, MARGIE LOU " Tree " Concessions Committee 5; Girls ' Glee Club 4, 5; Dolphin Club 6, 7; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7; Saturday Biology 4, 5; Drill Team (Tech) 3; Student Leader 8; Life Saving 5; Synchron- ized Swimming 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 4; Office Assistant 5; Senior Swim Com- mittee 8; Art Committee 8. It ' s people like her who keep the world going (upside down!) WEASE, FRANCES KAY Frances ' ' Concessions Committee Member 6, 7, 8; Saturday Biology 5; Intramurals 4, 5, 6, 7; Senior Banquet Committee 8. Once a friend, always a friend. WILSON, JAMES DOUGLAS " Jim " Home Room President 5, 6; Home Room Treosurer 8; Public Address Committee 7, 8; A Cappella Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All- Stote Chorus 6, 7, 8; " Witness for the Prosecution " 6; " Amahl ond the Night Vis- itors " 6; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 7; Intramurals 6, 7; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8. I came here to study, not to be distracted by women. WOLFE, MARY JOANN " Mary Jo " Home Room Treasurer 3; Concessions 3; Pep Club 3; Office Assistant 3, 4; Senior Banquet Committee 8; Art Committee 8. Blessed is he who invented gum. amera Sky J , Cjrac ua ted ADAMSON, CLAUDE " Claude " Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 4, 5; Announcements and Tickets Chairman 8. School is not so bad, now that I ' m leaving. BAILEY, GARRY K. " Garry " Home Room Treasurer 5 (Roosevelt); Wres- tling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (Roosevelt); Football 3, 4 (Roosevelt); Baseball 3, 4 (Roosevelt); Cross Country 5, 6, 7 (Roosevelt). Roosevelt ' s loss is North ' s gain. BOUGHER, KENNY RAY " Kenny " Bowling 6; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. The best thing I like about school is going HUFFAKER, LARRY DUANE " Larry " Letterman ' s Club 8; Football 6; Track 5, 7; Intromurols 3, 4, 5; Home Room Sports Captain 4, 5; Swimming 4, 5, 6, 7; Life Saving 5, 7; Senior Swim Committee Co- Chairman 8. Everybody loves a lover — until he compli- cates the parking problem. MILLER, GUYLENE " Guylene " Intromurols 4; Office Assistont 4; Latin Club 4, 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 7; F. H. A. Club 8. Just as pleasant as she looks. home. THOMAS, JOANN Completed Work-Study Program. JoAnn " — 102— PRESIDENT une (graduates VICE-PRESIDENT GIRLS ' REPRESENTATIVE MOR AN, PATRICK WOODROW Pat " Student Council Vice-President 7; Judicial Board 7; Senior Class Vice-President 8; Home President 5, 6; Vice-President 3, 4; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4; Foot- ball 3, 7; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Cross Country 5; Senior Swim Executive Boord 8. Women were made to give our eyes delight. SECRETARY MILLHOLLIN, RICHARD CRAIG Craig " Student Council President 7; Intra-City Council Representative 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room President 3, 4; Treasurer 8; Senior Class President 8; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Boseboll 4, 6, 8; Basket- ball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 3, 4; Life Saving 4, Prom Execu- tive Board 8. Footloose and fancy free; that ' s the way he ' ll always be. BOYS ' REPRESENTATIVE MURANO, JOHN LEE " John " Home Room President 8; Treasurer 7; Boys ' Representative 8; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3 (Dowling) 7; Track 3, 4 (Dowling) 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 6; Orocle Editorial Staff 8; Prom Committee 8. I ' d like to study, but my girl is so in- teresting. TREASURER SWANSON, DONNA MARIE " Donna " Concessions Committee 5, 7, 8; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 7, 8; Life Saving 5; Mixer Executive Boord 8. Modesty becomes young women. EWALD, JANE ANNE " Jane " Home Room Vice-President 7; Secretary 5; Concessions Committee 3, 4, 5; Senior Girls ' Representative 8; A Cappella Choir 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; French Club 7; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Homecoming Attendant 7; Fun Night Attendant 7; Cafeteria Assistant 6, 7; Girls ' Glee Club 5, 6; Banquet Com- mittee Executive Board 8. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, show me a man whom I can trust. TREASURER BARSETTI, BARBARA JANE " Barb " Home Room President 7, 8; Social Commit- tee 7, 8; Banquet Committee Executive Board 8; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Treasurer 4; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; President 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; DAR Representative 8; Supply Window 5, 6, 7; Student Leader 5, 6; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Class Treasurer 8. A pleasing smile and a winning way. She ' ll stay in our hearts tor many a day. — 103— PROPES, ARTHURLENE Arthurlene " Home Room President 7; Secretary 4, 8; Senior Class Secretary 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5; A Cappella Choir 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 6, 7, 8; " Music Man " 8; Intramurals 3; Mixer Executive Board 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5. What shall be the maiden ' s tate? Who shall be the maiden ' s mate? TREASURER AAMOTH, DOUGLAS DEAN " Doug " Home Room Treasurer 4; Social Committee 7, 8; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Football 3; Baseboll 4; Cross Country 5; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Coptoin 5; Senior Swim Executive Board 8. Better a witty tool than a foolish wit. ACCOLA, JOHN VAL " John- Home Room President 4, 5; Vice-President 6, 7; Social Committee 7, 8; A Cappella Choir 3, 4, 5; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Secre- tary 7, 8; Saturday Chemistry 6; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Captain 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 7, 8; Football 3; Kiwanis Representative 7. Ashes to ashes; dust to dust, show me the woman whom I can trust. ADOLPHSON, DAVID WILLIAM Dave " Home Room Vice-President 6; Orchestra 5, 6, 7, 8; All-State Orchestra 5, 7; A Coppella Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Slide Rule Class 5; Tennis 6; Prom Committee 8. Ambition knows no rest. ADOLPHSON, DOUGLAS GUY " Doug- Tutorial Committee 7, 8; Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 8; All-State Orchestra 3, 5, 7; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Slide Rule Class 5; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 6; Intramurals 6; Prom Committee 8. He had so many bright ideas that his hair turned red. ALEXANDER, JACQUELYN ANN " Jacque " Student Council 7, 8; Home Room Secretary 7; Treasurer 3; Concessions Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Foreman 5, 6; President 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 6; A Cappella Choir 7, 8; " Mu- sic Man " 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Cap and Gown Committee, Cha.rman 8. Never too serious always gay. ALLEN, JOHN MARTIN " Jack- Home Room Vice-President 4; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 4; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Sports Captain 3, 4. His snore is louder than his war cry. ALLEN, PAMELA SUE Heme Room Treasurer 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, Synchronized Swimming Bookkeeper 4, 5, 6, 7 6; Mixer Committee 8. Smiles will make your troubles lighter. " Pom " I; Dolphin Club 5, 7; Tennis 3, 4, 5; 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle 8; Service Award ANDERSON, J AN I E LOU " Jane- Home Room Vice-President 3; Secretary 4, 5, 6; Social Committee 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Cheerleading 3, 4; Prom Committee 8. A star is no brighter than she. ANDERSON, LONNA MARIE ' Lonna " Home Room Vice-President 8; Secretary 3, 4; Penny Day Committee 8; Service and Red Cross Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Sociol Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; " Music Man " 8; Bowling 5; Pep Club 3, 4; Student Leader 7, 8; Office Assistont 3, 4, 5; Banquet Com- mittee 8. The same sweet girl to all she meets. ATWOOD, VIVIAN LEIGH Vivian- Social Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; Prom Committee 8. A good disposition is worth more than gold. AYCOCK, RICHARD EUGENE " Dick " French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4; Library Assist- ant 8. He has a meth od in his madness. BALES, LUCINDA ROSE " Cindy " Girls Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; " Music Man " 8; Dolphin Club 5, 6; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 5, 6; Future Teachers 5; Life Saving 5, 7; Synchronized Swimming 5, 6. Pleasant and modest is this lass; we ' re glad to have her in our class. BANCROFT, GLENDA JEAN " Glenda " Social Committee 5, 6; Penny Day Com- mittee 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; A Cap- pella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Nurse ' s Office Assistant 7; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; " Music Man " 8; Banquet Committee 8. Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. ANDERSON, DAVID LEONARD " Dave " Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Slide Rule Class 5; Wrestling 3, 4, 7; Football 3, 7; Track 3, 4; Office Assistant 4. Man of action — a typical all-round good fellow. BARLOW, BONNIE JEANETTE " Bonnie " Assembly Committee 6, 7, 8; Home Room Secretary 8; Treasurer 6, 7; Social Commit- tee 7, 8; Service and Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Orchestra 8; Dol- phin Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Saturday Chemistry 5, 6; Life Saving 3, 4; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4; Prom Com- mittee 8. She would stop St. Peter ' s roll call to ask a question. — 104— BARRY, LEO FRANCIS " Leo " Almost killed once, by a train of thought. BATTANI, PAMELA JANE Art Committee 8. She ' s not as quiet as she appears. " Pom " BAYLES, JANICE MARIE " Janice " Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Intramurols 4, 6, 8; Senior Swim Committee 8. She ' s full of fun and mischief. BEARDSLEY, LYNDA JEANNE " Lynda ' ' Girls ' Glee Club 3; A Coppella Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; " Music Man " 8; Life Saving 3, 5; Banquet Committee 8. Lonely Angel. BEATTIE, DONALD EUGENE Reporter 7 (North Polk). Some of the nicest are not well known. BEHLE, JACK LEE " Jack " Home Room Vice-President 7; Secretary 8; Treasurer 4; Completed Work-Study Pro- gram. Real gentlemen are few. BILHARZ, MARIAN RUTH Marian " Future Nurses 3, 4 (Osage, Iowa); Costume 4 (Osage, Iowa); Mokeup 4 (Osage, Iowa); Thespians 3, 4 (Osage, Iowa); Office Assist- ant 7, 8; Life Saving 7; Student Leader 8; Extra-Curriculor Speech 8; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " See How They Run " Student Director 8. A toe in everything, if not a whole foot. BISHOP, OLIVER RICHARD II I hurry not; neither do I worry. Richard " BLOMQUIST, KARLA MARIE Karla " Home Room President 3, 4; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 3, 4, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 5; Spanish Club 3; Cheerleading 3; Oracle Editorial Staff 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Serv- ice Award 6; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Social Committee 7; Prom Committee 8. Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with. BOATWRIGHT, GAYLE JEAN " Gayle " Girls ' Glee Club 4, 5; Stage Crew 7; Prop- erties 7; Bowling 4; Intramurols 3; Senior Swim Committee 8. Girls blush sometimes because they are alive. BOBENHOUSE, DAVID THOMAS Dave- Home Room President 5; Home Room Vice- President 4; Home Room Treasurer 6; Art Committee 6, 7, 8; Assembly 5, 6; Service and Red Cross 6, 7, 8; Boys ' Glee Club 3; A Coppella Choir 3; Dromotics 5, 6, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6 (Treasurer); Tennis 5, 6; Oracle 6, 7; A.F.S. Exchange Student; Prom Committee 8; Quill Scroll 7, 8. The wine and wit of every party. BOCKERT, MICHAEL Mike " Letterman ' s Club 6, 7; Baccalaureate Usher 6, 7; Football 3; Track 4, 6; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Captain 5, 6; Swimming 3, 4; Social Committee 8. At last I gain my freedom. BELTRAME, JANET IRENE " Janet " Home Room President 3, 5; Vice-President 4; Secretary 8; Treasurer 7; Completed Work-Study Program; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8. Not much talk and great sweet silence. BOCOCK, ARTHUR WAYNE " Art " Home Room Treasurer 4; Boys Glee Club 6; A Cappella Choir 4, 5, 6; Latin Club 3, 4, 6, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Saturday Chem- istry 5, 6; Football Manager 3, 5; Swim Committee 8. Fun is fun, and he has his share of it. -105- BOCOSKEY, DONNA JEAN " Donna " Citizenship Committee 7, 8; Social Commit- ee 8; French Club 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8; Ban- quet Committee 8. Her sweetness is a joy to all. BOTSFORD, SANDRA LEE " Sandy " Home Room President 8; Vice-President 6; Secretory 5; Treasurer 3; Girls Glee Club 3; " Stage Door " 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 6; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " See How They Run " 8; Pep Club 3, 4; Student Lead- er 7, 8; Rope Jumping 3; Cheerleading 3, 4; Office Assistant 4; Mixer Committee 8. Heaven will protect the actress. BOTTOMS, JUDITH DIANE Service and Red Cross 7, (Harrisonville, Missouri). A smile for everybody, everywhere " Judy " 8; Bond 3, 4, 5 , 6 BRILZ, JACKLYNN KAY " Jackie " Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 3, 4; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6; Rope Jumping 3, 4; Of- fice Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6; Concessions Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Service and Red Cross 5, 6; Girls Glee Club; Swim Committee 8. With her there is never a dull moment. BROWN, DIANE JEAN Diane " Concessions 7, 8; Service and Red Cross 6; Spanish Club 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4; Intramurals 8. Friendship is her motto. BROWN, JACK PARKS " Jack " Intra-City Council Representative 7, 8; Home Room President 4, 6, 7; Vice-President 5; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; President 8; Kiwanis Representative 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Swimming 3, 4; Co-Chairman Mixer Committee 8. Maybe there ' s a finer guy, but we haven ' t found him yet. BROWN, SHARON LaVONNE Sharon " DECA 7, 8; Intramurals 5, 6. Never a dull moment when she ' s around. BULLI NGTON, RUDOLPH LEE JR. " Lee " Home Room President 3; Intromurols 3, 4; 5, 6; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5; Baseball 4; Prom Committee 8. He goes on the theory that the football field isn ' t the only place you need a good line. BURROWS, BETTY JOLENE " Jo " Home Room Secretary 8; Art Committee 8; Concessions 3, 4; Cheerleading 3, 4. It ' s nice to be natural, when you ' re natur- ally nice. BURTON, GWENDOLYN JEAN Service and Red Cross 5. Sweet girl with sweet ways. " Gwen " CALONIUS, IRMA HELENA " Irma " Slide Rule Class 7; Life Saving 7; Citizen- ship Committee 7, 8; Foreign Exchange Stu- dent 7, 8. Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its object. CAMPBELL, MICHAEL LEONARD " Mike " Tennis 4, 6; Slide Rule Class 5; Wrestling 4, 6. Always busy doing nothing in particular. CARLSON, E. ERIC " Eric " DECA 7, 8; Vice-President 7. It isn ' t wise to be wiser than necessary. CASEY, JOHN THOMAS " John " Halls Committee 7; Usher Committee 4; Penny Day Committee 4; Letterman ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 3 (Roosevelt) 5; Foot- ball 3 (Roosevelt) 5, 7; Track 3 (Roosevelt) 4, 6, 8; Manager 8; Student Leader 3 (Roosevelt); Intramurals 4, 5; Kiwanis Rep- resentative 8; Prom Committee 8. I came here to study — women. 106- CHATFIELD, ELVIN RUSSELL, JR. " Elvin " Boys Glee Club 3, 5, 6; A Coppella Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Skin of Our Teeth " (Stage Crew) 7; " See How They Run " 8; " Music Man " 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Let- terman ' s Club 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Track 4, 6; Life Saving 6; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Basketball 3, 4, 7, 8; Film Lecture Usher 7, 8; Kiwonis Key Club 8; Mixer Committee 8. Sure to be a success in whatever he does. CLARK, JAMES JEROME Jim- Home Room Vice-President 5, 6, 7; Social Committee 7, 8; Service ond Red Cross Committee 7; French Club 5, 6; Treasurer 5, 6; Lettermon ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 4, 6, 8; Prom Committee Co-Chairman 8. I love to sit on the tence and watch the snails go whizzing by. CLAUSON, KAREN ANN " Casey- Concessions Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 All-City Band 6, 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Dance Band 5, 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Latin Club 3; Pep Club 7, 8; Concession Committee Foreman 7, 8; Student Leader 7, 8; Life Saving 5; Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. Life is what you make it; mine ' s a perfect " Wow. " CLAUSSEN, SHARON KAY " Sharon- Home Room Vice-President 3; Secretary 5, 6; Treasurer 4; Completed Work-Study Pro- grom. Sweet and Swell. CLAYBORNE, INA LORRAINE " Ina " Home Room President 3, 4, 7; Girls Glee Club 3; Completed Work-Study Program. Always smiling, never frowning. COLWELL, SUSAN MARIE Sue- Concessions Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6 ,7, 8; Spanish Club 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 7, 8; Secretory 8; Nurse ' s Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. There ' s a great deal of mischief beneath this mild exterior. CONN, DIANNE FRANCES Concessions Committee 7. Good nature is the very art of life. Diannc COOK, JANET ELIZABETH " Janet " Concessions Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Tolent Assembly 5; Life Saving 5, 7; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5; Office Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim Commit- tee 8. She speaks, behaves, and acts just as she ought. COOK, ROBERT H. Home Room Treasurer ology 4; Wrestling 4, 6. I mean to make myself a man " Bob " 8; Saturday Bi- COOK, ROBERT M. " Bob " Hi-Y 3, 4. I ' m not bashful. I ' m just thoughtful. COOPER, KAREN GRACE " Karen " Home Room Vice-President 8; Home Room Secretary 4, 5, 7; Social Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5; Office Assistant 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. She ' s pure as a lily, sweet as a rose — that ' s why we love her, as everyone knows. COX, JARRELL P. " Jarrell " Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 5, 6. My memory is the thing I forget with. CUBBAGE, TERRY E. A person worth knowing. " Terry " DANIELS, DALE ARNOLD " Dale " Usher 3, 7; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " See How They Run " 8; Saturday Biology 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Football 3; Intramurols 3, 5, 6. I believe in getting in hot water; it keeps you clean. DAN I ELSON, RONALD LEE Ron " Judicial Board 8; Home Room President 3, 7; Treasurer 5; Letterman ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Footboll 3; Track 4, 6, 8; Basketball 4, 6, 8; Cross Country 5; Mixer Commit- tee 8. Life is a jest and all things show it; I thought so before, but now I know it. DAWSON, PAMALA ANN " Pom " Home Room Vice-President 6; Treasurer 3, 4, 7; Assembly Committee 7; Service and Red Cross 3; Art Committee 5, 6; Chairman 7, 8; Girls ' Glee Club 3; All-State Chorus 5, 7; A Cappella Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; " Music Man " 8; Art 4, 5; Makeup 7; Bowling 3; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7; Prom Committee 8. Sing and the world sings with you. DROESSLER, MARY SUE EFFIE Girls ' Gke Club 5, 6; DECA Club 3. She skips through life. " Sueie " ; Latin DYER, SHIRLEY KAY " Shirley " Home Room Vice-President 8; Secretary 6; Intramurals 3, 4; Life Saving 3, 4; Syn- chronized Swimming 3, 4. A pretty girl is like a melody. DeCARLO, MARY LORETTA " Mary " Home Room President 6; Vice-President 5; Concessions 5, 6; Social Committee 7; Stu- dent Leader 7, 8; Rope Jumping 5, 6, 7, 8; Announcement Committee 8. Pleasant and modern lass; we ' re glad to have her in our class. EIDE, MICHAEL RAY " Mike " Social Committee 7, 8; Citizenship Commit- tee 7, 8; Boys Glee Club 8; A Cappella Choir 7, 8; " The Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " Music Mon " 8; Prom Committee 8. The age of chivalry is not dead . . . It ' s only on vacation. DICKSON, SHEILA MARIE " Sheila " Home Room Secretary 3, 4, 5; Home Room Treasurer 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; All-State Chorus 5, 7; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Cast Member 4; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6; " Music Man " 8; Tennis 3, 6, 7, 8. For every solution she has a problem. ELDRIDGE, JONI FAY " Joni " Home Room Vice-President 4; Secretary 7 Service and Red Cross 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Concessions 7, 8; Future Nurses Club 7, 8 Historian 7, 8; Library Assistant 3, 4, 5, 8 Nurse ' s Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Oracle Reporter 7; Polar Bear Senior Sec- tion Editor 8. Something happy, something gay, and by the way she has her say. DIXON, JESSEREAN SHARON " Jess " Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistant 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Polar Bear Senior Section Editor 8; Mixer Committee 8. She puts her troubles in the bottom of her heart, sits on the lid, and smiles. DONAHUE, ALICE LOUISE Alice Home Room President 8; Treasurer 6; Penny Day Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee club 7, 8; Completed Work-Study Program; Mix- er Committee 8. The gift of being agreeable. DOUDNA, DALE KE NNETH " Dale " Home Room Treasurer 6; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8; Tennis 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 3, 5; Basketball 4; Monager 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. Wisdom is the key to success. FALLIS, REX DENNIS Rex All-City Bond 3, 4, 5, Home Room Presi- dent 5; Boys Glee Club 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 3, 4; Footboll 3, 5; Swimming 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Fun is the only word in his vocabulary. FANE, MARY KATHLEEN " Mary- Concessions 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Cafeteria 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. Quiet and likeable. FARMER, CARRIE JEAN Jean Home Room President 4; Concessions 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; President 5; Crew Foreman 4; Secretary ond Treasurer 7, 8; Vice-President 6; Pep Club 3; Cap ond Gown Committee 8. Someone stole her heart. -108— FEHN, GERALD THOMAS Gerry Home Room President 3, 4; Secretory 6; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3; Football 3, 5, 7; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basket- ball 3. 4; Student Leader 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Prom Committee 8. I ' d like to stay shy, but girls won ' t let me. FEHN, MARGARET LYNN " Margie- Home Room Vice-President 3, 4, 6; Assem- bly Committee 7; Safety Committee 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 7; Secretary-Treasurer 6; Student Leader 7; Intramurals 7; Office As- sistant 4; Prom Committee 8; Mimeograph Committee 8. A good heart and a level head. FEUERHELM, HARTSEL NEAL Neal Home Room President 5; Vice-President 6; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Golf 3, 5; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Student Leader 7, 8; Intromurols 3, 4, 5, 6. Class periods should be ten minutes long; five to come and five to go. FISHER, THERESA MARIE Art Committee 8. She ' s sweet but taken. " Terri " FLANAGAN, SUSAN LYNN " Susan- Concessions Committee 4, 5, 6; Social Com- mittee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; DECA 7, 8; Pep Club 4, 5, 6; Prom Committee 8. Silence is golden. FLANNERY, DARRELL N. H., JR. Intromurols 3, 4, 5, 6. ' Tis a goodly sort of fellow. " Nick " FLESHER, SHARON KAY " Sharon- Future Teachers Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Bowling 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 5, 6; Prom Com- mittee 8. The world is happier because of her. lit £» FORKNER, SONDRA SUE DECA 7, 8. A good deed is never lost. " Sondra " FORREST, CRAIG ALAN Craig " Social Committee 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 5, 7; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Captain 3, 4, 5, 6. He may be shy, but he knows all the FOX, JAMES EDWARD Jim French Club 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Track 3, 4; Intromurols 3, 4, 5, 6. A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. FULMER, TRACY LEE " Tracy- Band 3, 4, 5, 6 (Murray Comm.); Letter- man ' s Club 3, 4, 5, 6 (Murray); Football 3, 5 (Murray); Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6 (Mur- ray); Track 4, 6 (Murray); Home Room President 3, 4 (Murray). A gentleman inside and out. GALLOWAY, CONNIE JOAN Connie- Home Room Treasurer 6; Secretary 6; Art Committee 6, 7, 8; Assembly Committee 6; Concessions 4, 5; Usher 6; Sociol Commit- tee 7; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Treasurer 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-Presi- dent 5, 6; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 5, 8; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 3; Banquet Committee 8. Her friends are many; her foes; are there any? GANNON, STEPHEN Steve- Halls Committee 3, 4; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Baseball 6; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 8. Of his presence you are always aware. GAMBLE, GLORIA SUSAN Gloria- Spanish Club 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4; Sociol Committee 7, 8. A smile is a whisper of life. -109— GARDINER, DENNIS MARVIN " Dennis " Home Room President 3; Halls Committee 3; Usher Committee 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Office Assistant 3. What ' s next? I ' m prepared. GATES, JOHN EUGENE " John- Track 4, 6, 8; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6; Mixer Committee 8. What I want to get out of school most is myself. GERSIB, JOHN ARTHUR Latin Club 4; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6. So what — Napoleon had curly hair. " John " " Joe " Cast Member 4, 7; Dance Band 3; 7, 8; Saturday Biol- GODFROY, JOSEPH LEE Movie Committee 3, 4 Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, ogy 3, 4; Camera Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Football 3; Intramurals 5, 6. He never confines himself to facts. GREEN, DIANE KAY " Diane " Penny Day Committee 4, 5, 8; Service and Red Cross Committee 4, 5; Concession Com- mittee 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 6; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; Pep Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Golf 4, 5, 6; Student Lead- er 4, 5, 6; Life Soving 4; Costume 3, 4; Properties 5, 6, 8; Makeup 3, 4. There are so many things this girl knows. GREENWOOD, STANLEY JAMES " Stan- Home Room Vice-President 3; Treasurer 5; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 6. A gentleman through and through. GRIFFITH, ROLAND ARTHUR " Roland " Boys Glee Club 8; Letterman ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 4, 6, 8; Track 4, 6, 8; Cross Country 3, 5, 7; Mixer Committee 8. At last I am free! GRIFFIN, RONALD LEE " Ronnie " Wrestling 3, 4; Trock 3, 4; Completed Work-Study Program. Good looks are a great recommendation for mankind. GRIGSBY, CAROLYN SUE " Carolyn " Home Room President 8; Vice-President 6; Secretary 7; Treasurer 3, 4; Social Com- mi ttee 5; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " Tea- house of the August Moon " Student Direc- tor 6; Soturday Biology 3, 4; Future Teach- ers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 7; Latin Club 3, 4, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 8; Pep- Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Treasurer 6; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5; Library Assist- ant 8; Athletic Bookkeeper 5; Banquet Committee Co-Chairman 8. Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm. GROVE, CAROLYN JOY " Carolyn " Home Room Vice-President 5; Concession Committee 7, 8; French Club 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Announcement Committee 8. Tell me pretty maiden, are there any more like you at home? GUERRERO, JANE BROWNING " Janie " Concession Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Foreman 7, 8; Sponish Club 3; Bowling 4, 5; Stu- dent Leader 7; Intramurals 5, 6, 7; Office Assistant 6, 8; Mimeograph Committee 8; Prom Committee 8. Ready for fun anytime, anywhere. GULICK, PAULA RAE " Paula " Home Room Vice-President 8; Secretary 5; Concession Committee 6, 7; Treasurer 6, 7; Prom Committee 8; Dolphin Club 5, 6; Lotin Club 3; Pep Club 3; Saturday Biology 3; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Of- fice Assistant 7; Oracle Editor 8; Reporter 7; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. Sweet and charming as can be; all success she ' s sure to see. HACKMAN, DIXIE LEA " Dixie " Judicial Board Secretary 8; Home Room Treasurer 7, 8; Halls Committee Chairman 4; Social Committee 6, 7; Dolphin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Executive Board 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5; Extra Curricular Committee 6, 7, 8; Secretary 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 5; Syn- chronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheer- leading 3, 4; Prom Committee 8. Someone strangle her before she talks her- self to death! HALL, RAYMOND STANLEY " Ray " Student Council President 8; Intra-City Council Representative 7, 8; Home Room President 4, 7; Vice-President 6; Letter- man ' s Club 5, 6; Vice-President 7, 8; Base- ball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 4, 6; Office Assistant 3, 4. He stoops to nothing but the door; and all look up to him. HARMON, MAYNARD DALE " Dale " DECA President 7, 8; Football 3; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5. If there ' s no excitement in school, why come? HARRINGTON, WILLIAM MICHAEL " Bill " Saturday Chemistry 6; Slide Rule Class 7. A little shy at first, but he makes up for it later. HEARIOLD, PAULA MARIE " Paula- Home Room Vice-President 4; Treasurer 3, 4; Service and Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Properties 7; Pep Club 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6; Office Assistont 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7; Mixer Committee 8. Here ' s a sophisticated miss with lots of bliss. HOCH, SHEILA RAE " Sheila " Concessions 6, 7, 8; Announcements Tickets Committee 8; Mimeograph Commit- tee 8. What sweet delight a quiet life affords. HORNER, WILLIAM E. Boys will be boys. " BMP ' HOWE, GARY RAY " Gary " Student Council 3, 4, 5 (Tech); Home Room Secretary 3 (Tech); Bond 3, 4 (Tech); D£C 7, 8; Basketball 4 (Tech); Trock 4 (Tech); Senior Swim Committee 8. Is liked by all who know him. HENDERSON, ANNE JACQUELYN " Anne " Home Room President 7; Assembly Com- mittee 7; Usher Committee 7; Social Com- mittee 8; Girls ' Glee Club 5, 6; Band 3, 4 (College Springs, Iowa); A Cappella Choir 3, 4 (College Springs) 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Secretary 7; Pep Club 3, 4 (College Springs) 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Basket- boll 3, 4 (College Springs); Student Leader 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerlead- ing 6; Oracle Sports Editor 8; Reporter 7; Y-Teens 3, 4 (College Springs); Secretary 3, 4; Mixer Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8. Look at the honors by her name; she ' s a gal who deserves fame. HENSLEY, CINDA RAE ' Cinda " Home Room President 6; Vice-President 3; Secretary 7; Assembly Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistant 3, 4, 5; Student Directory Committee 7; Prom Committee 8. Her greeting, a smile so exquisitely nice, that when you look once you ' ll want to look twice. HEUERMANN, WESTLEY EUGENE " Wes " Prom Committee 8. Women were made to give our eyes delight. HILL, GLENDA SCHWARTZ " Glenda " Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3 (East); DECA 7, 8. Once a " Miss, " always a " Mrs. " HUBER, SUSAN FLORENCE " Sue " Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Bi- ology 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 7, 8; Presi- dent 7, 8; Student Leader 6; Life Saving 5; Library Assistant 3, 4; Nurse ' s Office As- sistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cop and Gown Committee 8. Generally speaking, she ' s generally speaking. HUTCHINS, CHERYL GRACE " Billie " Home Room Treasurer 3; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; A Cappella Choir 5, 6; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jump- ing 5, 6, 7, 8; Captain 7, 8; Homecoming Queen 7; Prom Committee 8. She ' s thoughtful and sweet from her head to her feet. HUTCHINSON, WILLIAM EDWARD " Bill " Wrestling 3, 4; Completed Work-Study Pro- grom. I never think of the future; it comes soon enough. ISAACS, DAVID WAYNE " Dave- Wrestling 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4, 5. A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. -1 1 1- JACKSON, STEVEN CHARLES DECA 7; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6. School would be so nice without books. Steve " JASPER, JOANNE MARIE Joanne- Home Room Secretory 4; Concessions Com- mittee 3, 4; Service and Red Cross Com- mittee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Student Leader 5, 6; Pep Kadets 7, 8; Swimming 5, 6; Cheerleading 3, 4; Librory Assistant 3, 4; Senior Swim Committee 8. She ' s not just a card, she ' s a whole deck. JENSEN, LARRY LEROY " Larry " Boys Glee Club 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Cast Member 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Library As- sistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8; Usher Committee 8. It ' s not the questions that bother me; it ' s the answers. JUERGENS, DIXIE LEE " Dixie " Home Room Secretary 3; Social Commit- tee 6; Pep Club 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Concessions Committee 6. A word, a smile, a girl worthwhile. KINKADE, CHERYL ANN " Cheryl " Home Room Secretary 6; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Saturday Biology 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistont 3; Prom Committee 8. She ' ll suit some lucky chap to a " T " . KINLAY, JENNIFER MAVIS Jenny " Intro-City Student Council 7, 8; Citizenship Committee 7, 8; Sociol Committee 7; A Cappella Choir 7, 8; " Music Man " 8; Dol- phin Club 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8; Secretary 8; Pep Kadets 7, 8; Synchronized Swimming 7, 8; Fun Night Queen 7; Prom Commit- tee 8; Foreign Exchonge Student 7, 8. With her glamor and talent, her future leads to success. KOLL, MARY JEANNE Jeanne- Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6 (St. Joseph ' s Academy ; Service Committee 3, 4, 5, 6 (St. Josepn ' s Acodemy); Intromurals (St. Joseph ' s Acad- emy). A winning way is her fame; St. Joseph ' s loss was North ' s gain. KOPISCH, SHARON LEE " Sharon ' Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 3; Future Nurses Club 7. She has more goodness in her little finger than some have in their whole body. JOHNSON, KAY LYNN " Kay- Senior Council 7, 8 (Nauvoo, III.); Fagots Reporter 7, 8 (Nauvoo, III.); Oracie Re- porter 8; " She Stoops to Conquer " 7 (Nau- voo, III.); " Murder Takes a Veil " 8 (Nau- voo, III.). If there were no girls like her, the world would be an unhappy place. KENNEDY, MICHAEL STEPHEN Mike " Home Room President 3; DECA 8; Football 5, 7; Baseball 4; Life Saving 4; Office Assistant 3, 4 (Emanuel). For all his faults we love him still — the stiller the better. IENAST, SHELI A MARIE Shelia ' Service and Red Cross Committee 6; Social Committee 7; Girls Glee Club 5; DECA 7, 8; Secretary 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Student Leader 5; Life Saving 3, 4; Syn- chronized Swimming 3, 4, 5; Rope Jumping 3, 4, 5. The vim and snap to make things go. KRATZER, JANICE ANN " Janice " Home Room Treasurer 8; Girls Glee CIud 3, 4 (Seymour); Mixed Chorus 3, 4 (Sey- mour); Future Homemakers of America 3, 4 (Seymour); Pep Club 3, 4 (Seymour); Cafeteria Assistont 6, 7, 8. She may look studious, but looks are some- times deceiving. KRIEG, MARVIN DAVID " David- Home Room Vice-President 5; President 6; Saturday Biology 3; Baseball 4; Manager 5, 6, 7. The less people think, the more they talk. LACEY, RITA KAYE R ta Home Room Treasurer 3; DECA 7, 8; Treas- urer 7, 8; Banquet Committee 8. May she never change, except in name. -1 12- LAMBERTI, JENE ' TERESE " Jene " ' Home Room Secretary 4; Concession Com- mittee 4, 5, 6; Makeup 6; Saturday Biology 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4; Pep Kadets 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 4; Of- fice Assistant 5, 6. Get thee behind me Satan, . . . and push. LANG, SANDRA SUE " Sandra " Home Room Treasurer 7; Pep Club 3. There ' s warmth and friendship in her smile. LARSON, ESTHER JEAN " Esther- Home Room President 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6; Banquet Committee 8. For her future we have no fears. She ' s proved her worth through three long ye.irs. LESTER, JUDY KAY " Judy- Home Room Secretary 8; Service and Red Cross Committee 8; Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Secretory 8; Intramurals 7; Library Assistant 3, 4, 7, 8. Mischief is her main asset. LITTLE, CHERYL LEVELL " Cheryl " Librory Assistant 7, 8; French Club 7, 8; Fu- ture Nurses Club 7, 8; Service ond Red Cross Committee 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. A woman becomes learned by asking ques- tions. LONG, NANCY LEE " Nancy- Concessions Committee 5, 6; Pep Club 7, 8; Banquet Committee 8. Sweetness is a great virtue. LARSON, MICHAEL CHRISTIAN " Mike- Stage Crew 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 7; Manager 4; Intramurals 4, 5, 7; Office Assistant 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 7; Prom Com- mittee 8. An expert is one who knows more and more about less and less. LARSON, WILLIAM LOWELL " Bill- Assembly Committee 8; Citizenship Com- mittee 7, 8; Judicial Board 7; Safety Com- mittee 3, 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Extra Curricular Committee 8; Finance Com- mittee 8; Prom C ommittee 8; " Music Man " 8; Penny Day Committee 8; Boys Glee Club 3, 6, 7, 8; A Cappella Choir 6, 7, 8; Sat- urday Biology 6; Tennis 4. His talk is like a stream which runs. LEFLER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN " Bill- Home Room President 8; Baseball 6 (Went- worth Military Academy); Intramurals 4, 6 (Wenrworth); Wentworth Honor Society 3, 4 5, 6. I ' m ferocious, I think. LEIGHTER, NEIL A., JR. " Neil- Home Room President 8; Treasurer 4; Let- terman ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 4; Track 4, 6, 8; Cross Country 3, 5, 7; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Cap- tain 6. Mischief is his middle name, but he ' s a swell fellow just the same. LYONS, RICKARD LYNN " Rick " Boys Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6; Cast Member 5, 6; DECA 7, 8; Baseball 4. He ' s not tall; he ' s not small; he ' s liked by ' em all. MACK, SCHERYL ANN " Scheryl " Home Room Vice-President 8; Secretary 3; Treasurer 6; Cop and Gown Committee 8. Nice to know, pleasant to be with. MARKLEY, KAREN LEE " Karen- Home Room President 7; Girls Glee Club 4, 5, 6; A Cappella Choir 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6. MARTINEZ, DOLORES LUCILLE " Dolores- Home Room President 3; Vice-President 4; Treasurer 8; Cop and Gown Committee 8. Shy and gentle is her manner. — 113— McCON NELL, BARBARA KAY Kay " Student Council Historion 7; Home Room President 4; Secretary 3; Mixer Committee 8; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Secretary 7, 8; French Club 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 7; Syn- chronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 3; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Captain 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 8; Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8. Her hair is no more sunny than her heart. McDONALD, JUDITH ANN " Judy " Home Room Vice-President 3, 4; Secretary 7; Social Committee 7, 8; Dolphin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 5, 6; Life Saving 4; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Comm.ttee 8. A fine personality with a smile that brings her many friends. McDONALD, RICHARD ARLISS " Dick- Home Room President 3; Vice President 8; Treasurer 5; Mixer Committee 8; " Music Man " 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Letterman ' s Club 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Boseboll 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leoder 8; Home Room Sports Cap- tain 4. When duty and pleasure clash, let duty go to smash. McGREW, EARL THOMAS " Butch- Home Room Treasurer 6; A Cappella Choir 7, 8; Intramurols 5, 6; Office Assistant 5, 6. Studying, I believe, is hard on the brain. Occasionally I do a little just the same. McGUIRE, PHYLLIS JEAN Phyllis- Home Room Vice President 7; Girls Glee Club 3; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim Co-Chair- man 8. She has that studious look, but looks are sometimes deceiving! McKAY, WILEY DENNIS " Wiley- Boys Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6; DECA 7, 8; Wrestling 3; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6. The best thing I like about school is going home. McKEEHAN, JUDIE M. " Judie " Concessions Committee 7, 8; Service and Red Cross Committee 6; Saturdoy Biology 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 6. Small of stature, but how she gets around. ■ Tw f SI McKELVEY, GENE WILLIAM " Music Mon " 8. It is well to know more than you say. Gene ' McKIERNAN, KATHLEEN ANN " Kathy ' Home Room Secretary 6, 7; Concessions Committee 4, 5; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Extra-Curriculor Committee 6, 7, 8; Chairman 7; Social Committee 7; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Pep Club 4, 6, 7; Stu- dent Council 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Tennis 4, 8; Student Leader 5; Life Saving 3, 7; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rcpe Jumping 3; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5; Oracle Reporter 6; Sports Editor 7; Polar Bear Assistant Advertising Manager 8; Prom Committee 8. Honey, sugar and spice in a pot; mix them together and she ' s what you ' ve got. MERCER, JOHN DOUGLAS " John " DECA 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Boseboll 4; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6. Work is work and must be done, but while I work I have my fun. MILLER, CHERYLE DIANNE " Cheryle " Home Room Vice-President 8; Secretary 5, 6; Assembly Committee 6; " Witness For the Prosecution " 5; " Music Man " 8; A Cappella Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Saturday Biology 3, 4; YFC Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses Club 7; Banquet Committee 8. Smile and the very best in you cannot be hidden. MILLER, CHRISTOPHER HERBERT " Chris " Boys Glee Club 4; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " Music Man " 8; Bowling 3; Saturday Bi- ology 3, A; Spanish Club 7, 8; Wrestling 3; Library Assistont 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8. Study is a pastime; why overdo it? MILLER, JANICE KAYE " Janice " Social Committee 7, 8; Extra Curricular Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Cafe- teria Worker 5, 6, 7, 8; Chairman 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. A peppy lass one can ' t surpass. MILLER, JUDY ANN Girls Glee Club 3, A Committee 8. A girl worth knowing. 5, 6, 7, " Judy " 8; Mixer MILLER, KATHERYN COLLEEN Kathy " Secretary of Sophomore Class 4 (Lennox, California); House of Representatives 4 (Lennox); Social Committee 3 (Lennox); Sen- ior Swim and Luau 8; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 6; " Witness for the Prosecu- tion " 5; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " See How They Run " 8; Pep Club 3, 4 (Lennox); G. A. A. 3, 4 (Lennox); Bowling 5, Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Page Editor 8. If you never get into mischief, you may miss some fun. MOOERS, RICHARD BRUCE " Bruce- Wrestling 5, 6, 7; Baseball 4; Intramurals 5, 6. Don ' t look at me. I didn ' t do it. MOOMEY, BEVERLY FERN Bev Home Room Vice-President 6; Secretary 3, 4; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Tennis 6; Student Leader 5, 6; Pep Kadets 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 5, 6; Synchronized Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8. A merry heart doeth gocd like mcdlc ne. MOORE, CHERYL DIANE Cheryl Service and Red Cross Committee 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Office Assistant 5, 6; Senior Swim Committee 8. Happy am I, from care I am free! Why aren ' t they all contented like me? MOORMAN, LINDA RAYLENE " Morm " Art Committee 8; Concessions Committee 3, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orocle Re- porter 7; Business Staff 8; Prom Commit- tee 8. Beware! I may do something famous yet. MORRIS, RUTH EILEEN " Frog " Student Council 7; Home Room Vice-Presi- dent 5; Secretary 6; French Club 5; Future Teachers Club 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; President 7; Golf 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cap- tain 7, 8; Tennis 3; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. It ' s people like her who keep the world going (upside down). MUELLER, DIANE KAY Diane- Home Room Secretary 4; Treasurer 3; As- sembly Committee 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6; Golf 6; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 4, 5, 6; Synchronized Swimming 5. Her charming ways and smiling face would make the sun shine any place. V 4.1 t % ■LI MUNN, JOYCE KAY Joyce- Home Room Secretary 8; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; A Coppella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Bowling 3, 5; Future Teachers Club 5; Pep Club 3, 5, 7; Spanish Club 5; Tennis 6; Prom Com- mittee 8. Quiet but friendly and hard to beat; to all her friends she is mighty sweet. MYERS, JON CARL A friend to all. " Jon " NEHRLING, RICHARD JAMES Rick Home Room President 7; Home Room Treas- urer 5; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Baseball 5, 6; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Mixer Committee Co-Chairman 8. Men of few words are the easiest to get along with. NELSON, STEVEN D. Steve " Lettermon ' s Club 3, 4; Football 3; Student Leader 4. The longer you know him, the better you like him. NICHOLSON, DONNA MAXINE " Donna- Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7; Tennis 3, 4, 5; Nurse ' s Office 7, 8; Cap ond Gown Committee 8. A girl worth knowing if you know her well. NIGRO, CARMELLA ANGELA Carmen " Dramatics 3, 4; Mixer Committee 8. She speaks, acts, and behaves just as she ought. OBRECHT, HAROLD K., JR. " Harold- Home Room President 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Completed Work-Study Program. A light heart li _ long. OGBURN, BETTY ELAINE Completed Work-Study Program. A very likable girl. " Betty " O ' H ARE, WILLIAM OWEN, JR. " Bill " Movie Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Chair- man 4; Movie Selection Committee 3, 4, 5; Camera Club 4; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Polar Bear Editor 8; Polar Bear Photographer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 6, 7, 8. No cobwebs in this attic. OLSAN, ALICE IRENE " Alice " Student Council Secretory 7; Intro-City Stu- dent Council Member 5, 6; Home Room Vice-President 3; Home Room Secretary 5; Home Room Treosurer 4; Halls Committee 3, 4; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice- President 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; President 6; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 7; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 3, 4, 5, 6; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6, 7; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. Laugh — the world laughs with you. OLTROGGE, SUE LYNNETTE " Sue " Home Room President 8; Home Room Vice- President 6, 7; Home Room Secretary 5; Assembly Committee 7; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 6; Flag Twirlers 6, 7, 8; Prom Com- mittee 8. A winning way, a pleasant smile, dressed so neat, and quite in style. ONNEN, BERNARD FRANKLIN Art Committee 3. I came, I saw, and now I ' m leaving. Bernie " OUTHOUSE, ROBERT GLEN Complete Work-Study Program. Why worry about today when will do? " Bob " OVERTON, DIXIE ANN " Dixie " Home Room Secretary 3, 7, 8; Concessions Committee 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 7, 8; Pep Kadets Drummer- ette 3, 4; Senior Swim Committee 8; Mimeo- graph Committee 8. A girl like her we seldom meet. OWENS, RONDA MICHALEA " Mike " Home Room Treasurer 8; Assembly Com- mittee 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 7, 8; All-City Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Saturday Chem- istry 5, 6; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Sav- ing 3; Oracle Editorial Staff 7, 8; Quill Scroll 7, 8; " Amahl ond the Night Vis- itors " 6; " Music Man " 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. Her laugh would start a riot anywhere. PAGE, DONNA RAE Usher Committee 7 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 3, 4. 6 (Iowa City); Student Leoder 7 murals 3, 4, 5, 6 (Iowa City) 7 " Donna " 8; Social Committee 5, 6 (Iowa City) 7, 8; 5, 6; Cheerleading 5, " 8; Intra- . 8; Oracle Editorial Staff 8; Reporter 7; Prom Commit- tee 8. Sparkling eyes and a winning way. PARISH, DONNA LEE " Donna " Home Room Treasurer 7; Service and Red Cross Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; " Stoge Door " 4; " Witness for the Prosecution " 5; " Tea- house of the August Moon " 6; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 3, 4; Intramurals 5, 6; Life Saving 7; Flag Twirlers 7, 8; Senior Swim Committee 8. Brain — the apparatus with which I think — I think! PARKER, MARVIN EUGENE " Marvin " Home Room Vice-President 3, 4; Letter- man ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3, 5; Bosketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Captain 3, 4, 5, 6; Completed Work-Study Program. At last I gain freedom. PARKER, PATRICIA LEANNE " Patti " Home Room Treasurer 3; Social Committee 7; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Student Leader 4, 5, 6; Intramurals 5, 6; Life Saving 3, 4; Cheerleading 3, 4; Orocle Reporter 7; Polar Bear Editorial Staff 7, 8; Prom Commit- tee 8; Counseling Secretary 7, 8. Full of pep and full of fun; never stops till her work is done. PARKS, ROBERT WILLIAM " Bob " Home Room President 5; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8; Letterman ' s Club 6, 7, 8; Treas- urer 8; Football 3 (Tech) 5, 7; Basketball 4; Track 4, 6; Intramurals 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Sports Captain 6; Swimming 3 (Tech). A bachelor ' s life is a wonderful thing, but let ' s not be narrow minded. PARRISH, ROBERT EUGENE II " Bob " Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 4, 6; Office Assistant 3, 4, 5. Love, honor and oh baby! PASKINS, SANDRA SUE " Sondi " Home Room Vice-President 8; Secretary 6; Assembly Committee 7, 8; Sociol Commit- tee 7, 8; A Coppella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 4; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Page Editor 8; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 6; " Amahl ond the Night Visitors " 5; " Music Man " 8; Mixer Com- mittee 8; Quill and Scroll 8. Short and sweet and hard to beat. PATTERSON, NORA JANE Nora " Girls Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6; Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 8; Life Saving 7; Office As- sistant 4; Nurse ' s Office Assistant 7, 8 ; Senior Swim Committee 8; Mimeograph Committee 8; " Ahmal and the Night Vis- itors " 6. True to her work, her friends, and her word. PENDRY, STEPHEN ROBERT " Steve A Coppella Choir 3, 4, 8; Dramatics 4 (Hortford High School); " Music Mon " 8; Slide Rule Class 5; Intromurols 5, 6; Co- Choirman Banquet Committee 8. Oh time! Oh time? Where hast thou gone? PEPPER, EDWARD JAMES Ed " Concessions Committee 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; DECA 7, 8; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 6;; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Cross Country 3, 4, 5, 6; Saturday Biology 6. He may do something sensational yet — and then . . . PHILLIPS, SHERYL ANN Sheryl " Home Room Treasurer 6; Assembly Com- mittee 7, 8; Service and Red Cross Com- mittee 7; French Club 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 7, 8; Life Soving 3, 4; Office Assistant 7; Mixer Committee 8. I ' m not denying that women are foolish; after all, they were made to match men. PILGRIM, MARY KAY Mary Kay- Home Room Vice-President 3; Judicial Board 7, 8; Assembly Committee 7, 8; Citizenship Committee 7, 8; Secretary 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 7, 8; Extra-Curricular Committee 7, 8; Social Committee 6, 7, 8; Secretary 7, 8; Co-Chairman Mixer Committee 8; French Club 6; Future Teachers Club 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kodets 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Polar Bear Assistont Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8. Here ' s a neat and charming lass, a shining star in any class. POINTER, DENNIS DALE " Dennis- Movie Committee 3, 4, 7, 8; PA Commit- tee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Chairman 8; " Music Man " 8; Stage Crew 7; Properties 7; Slide Rule Class 5, 6; Camera Club 5, 6; Vice- President 4, 5; Golf 3, 4, 6, 7; Football 5; Intramurals 3, 4, 6; Home Room Sports Captain 4; Oracle Reporter 7; Business Staff 7; Polar Bear Editorial Staff 8; Business 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. Few men are so clever to know all the mischief they do. PROCTOR, ALLISSA JOYCE " Penni " Home Room Treasurer 4, 5; Service and Red Cross Committee 7; Social Commit- tee 3, 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 8; A Cap- pello Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; " Music Man " 8; Sat- urday Biology 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleoding 4; Cap and Gown Commit- tee 8. Like a candle, she burns at both ends. PUGH, LINDA LOUISE Home Room Vice-President Poo " 4; Penny Day Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 7; Dra- matics 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Tennis 4, 6; Rope Jumping 3, 4, 5; Cheerleading 3, 4; Work-Study Office Assistant 7; Cap and Gown Committee 8. What would I do with size, when I do so much without it? RANDOW, NANCY CAROLINE " Nancy- Home Room Red Cross Representative 7, 8; Prom Committee 6 (Roseburg High, Rose- burg, Oregon); Pep Club 5, 6 (Roseburg) 7, 8; Treasurer 7 (Roseburg); Girls Sports Club 3, 4, (Leynope High, New Jersey); Sec- retory, Treasurer 3, 4; Girls League Mem- ber 3, 4 (Roseburg); Intramurals 3, 4 (Leynape) 7; " Smoke Signal " Reporter (Ley- nape). A rose without a thorn. REAMS, CONNIE LEE " Connie- Social Committee 7; Home Rome Presi- dent 3; Senior Announcement Committee 8. Quiet in appearance (?), but motive un- known. EDD, EARNEST SAMUEL III " Butch- Art Committee 3 (East); Stage Committee 3 (East); Band 4 (East); Stage Crew 3 (East); Art 3 (East); Track 4 (East). A man must devote some of his time to other things than study. REED, DIXIE JEAN " Dixie- Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurse ' s Club 7, 8; Treasurer 7, 8; Bowling 4, 5; Intramurals 5, 6; Orocle Report 7; Polar Bear Senior Section Editor 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8; Life Soving 3; Quill ond Scroll 8. A personality bright and gay always a smile for every day. REED, KENNETH EUGENE Ken- Home Room Vice-President 4; Boys Glee Club 3; A Cappella Choir A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Soturday Biology 3, 4; Slide Rule Class 5; Intromurols 3; Home Room Sports Captain 5; Swimming 3, 4. A stranger is a friend I have not yet met. REESE, JOHN ROGER " John " Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Completed Work- Study Progrom. Fun to be with. RIKER, MARGERY SUE Life Saving 5; Office Assistont 8. If there ' s a way, she ' ll find it. " Margie " RISSMAN, HARRY DEAN " Harry " Completed Work-Study Program. My memory is the thing I forget with. ROBERTS, DEAN Dramatics Cast Member 5, Football Innocenr " Dean " Track 4; ,n appearance, 6, 7. but devilish ROBERTS, JEANNE MARIE " Jeanne " Home Room Vice-President 8; Treasurer 3 (Altoona); Chorus 3 (Altoona); Student Leader 8; Intramurals 6; Cheerleading 3 (Altoona); Library Assistant 8; Prom Com- mittee 8; Student Council 3 (Altoona). Small — but so is a stick of dynamite. ROGERS, SUSAN KAY " Sue " Prom Committee 8; Home Room Secretary 3, 4; Vice-President 5; Treasurer 6; Usher Committee 7; Dramatics 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Nurse ' s Office 3, 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon " Student Director 6. It ' s better to smile than to pout. ROMICK, DAVID WAYNE Art Committee 6. A gentleman through and through. " Dave " ROUSH, THOMAS LEE Saturday Biology 3 Tom " 4, 5, Swimming 3 6, 7, 8; Golf 7, 8; Life Saving 6; Co-Chair mon Senior Swim 8. I came here to study, and that ' s just what I ' m doing. RUNNER, ALAN JOHN " Alan- Halls Committee 7; Letterman ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 3, 4, 5, 6; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Cap- toin 5, 6. Each man is led by his special pleasure. RUNYON, VICKI RAE Vicki " Concessions Committee 7; Social Commit- tee 7; Girls Glee Club 5; Senior Announce- ment Committee 8. Have you ever seen a girl so fair with sparkling eyes and shining hair? RUSSELL, JACQUELINE LOUISE " Jackie " Home Room Vice-President 3; Home Room Secretary 8; Concessions Committee 3, Social Committee 6, 7; Pep Club 6, 7, Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 7, Mixer Committee 8. Little — but oh my! RUSSELL, LINDA KAY Girls Glee Club 8; Pep Club 3. The sort of girl we all like. " Linda " SACKETT, PHILIP BURNAM " Phil " Student Council Judicial Board 7, 8; Home Room President 4, 5; Tutorial Committee Choirman 7, 8; Boys Glee Club 3; A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Music Man " 8; " Amohl and the Night Visitors " 5; Presi- dent 5, 7; Tennis 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3. For the more the man knows the more worthy he is. SAYRE, PATRICIA ANN " Pat " Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Life Saving 3, 5; Prom Committee 8. Mystery lies in this gal ' s eyes. -118— SCHATZ, ALVIN HERBERT " Alvin " Saturday Biology 3, 4; Football 5; Home Room Sports Captain 4; Banquet Commit- tee 8. No one knows what he can do until he tries. SCHECKEL, ELIZABETH ANN " Betty " Home Room Vice-President 6; Secretary 5; Bowling 5; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Mime- ograph Committee 8; Prom Committee 8. A pretty miss so cute and fair, and oh what red hair! SCHMEISER, ANN MARIE " Ann- Service and Red Cross Committee 5, 6, 7; Latin Club 3, 4 (Joplin, Missouri); Y-Teens 3, 4 (Joplin); Orocle Advertising Manager 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8. In every place I find a friend. SCHULER, CAROL GENEVIEVE " Carol " Usher Committee 7; Intramurals 4, 5, 6, 7; Student Leader 7, 8; Life Saving 3; Cheer- leading 3; Pep Club 3; Mimeograph Com- mittee 8; Prom Committee 8. Those winkablc, blinkablc, merrily twinkable, simply unthinkable eyes. SEWARD, DENNIS FLOYD Wrestling 3; Trock 4, " Dennis " 6; Intramurals 4; Home Room Sports Captain 5. Content to let the world drag on. SHARP, SHARON KAY Sharon " Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6; Ban- quet Committee 8. She ' s the reason gentlemen prefer blondes! m SHELTON, PATRICIA ANN " Pat " Citizenship Committee 7; Concession Com- mittee 3, 4, 5; Social Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; A Cappella Choir 8; Pep Club 3, 4; Saturday Biology 3; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5; Oracle Reporter 7; Announcement Committee 8. She who is good is happy. SHORE, PATRICIA LOUISE " Pat " Home Room President 8; Vice-President 7; Secretary 5; Service and Red Cross Com- mittee 7; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; YFC Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Lunch Room Cashier 6; Banquet Committee 8. Brown hair and merry eyes, she ' s friendly, sweet and very wise. SLACK, JOANNE KAY " Jo " Home Room Secretary 3, 4; Assembly Com- mittee 8; Concession Committee 3, 4; Usher Committee 8; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Extra Curricular Committee 8; " Music Mon " 8; " See How They Run " Stu- dent Director 8; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 6; " Wit- ness for the Prosecution " 5; Costume 3, 5, 6, 7; Properties 4, 6, 7; Makeup 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Bowling 3, 4; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving 3, 4; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5; Office As- sistant 3, 4; Orocle Reporter 7; Orocle Busi- ness 7; Polar Bear Business Staff 8; Prom Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8; Polar Bear Advertising Assistont. She ' s here; she ' s there; she ' s everywhere. SMITH, BRADLEY EARL " Brad " Home Room Treasurer 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 7, 8; Footboll 3, 4; Baseball 4; Life Saving 6; Banquet Committee 8. The women are driving me mad, especially the teachers. SMITH, RONALD DEAN " Ron " DECA 7, 8; Track 4; Cross Country 3; An- nouncement Committee 8. Life is one long process of getting tired. SOUTHERS, SHIRLEY JEAN Shirley " Intramurals 4, 6, 8; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8. There ' s nothing like fun, is there? SHEETS, LEO FRANCIS " Leo " Football 5, 7. Silence and common sense make the man. ▲.I STOLE, EILEEN MARIE Eileen " Concessions Committee 6; Latin Club 4; Spanish Club 7, 8; Life Saving 5, 7; Library Assistant 7, 8. She ' ll find a way. — 119- STOUT, ROSCOE EUGENE " Gene " Home Room President 3; Prom Committee 8: " Music Man " 8; Latin Club 3; Letter- man ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 5, 7; Base- boll 6, 8; Basketball 3; Student Leader 7, 8; Intramurals 5, 6. A great inventor of both facts and pranks. SWAIN, LINDA SUSAN " Linda- Home Room Secretory 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; Dramotics 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 3, 4; Mimeograph Committee 8. She lives for her man. SWANSON, CRISTINE LOUISE " Cris " Home Room Secretory 5, 6; Social Commit- tee 5; Girls Glee Club 3; French Club 7, 8; Secretary 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Secretary 5; Sat- urday Biology 3, 4; Saturday Chemistry 5; Student Leoder 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurols 8; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Edi- torial Staff 8; Reporter 7, 8; Kiwanis Rep- resentative 8; " Skin of Our Teeth " 7; Ban- quet Committee 8. Everybody ' s crazy but me and thee — and sometimes I suspect thee. TEATER, CHERYL LYNN Cheryl " Home Room Vice-President 4; Treasurer 6, 7, 8; Finance Committee 7, 8; Prom Com- mittee 8; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 6; Life Sav- ing 3, 4; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Dimpled darling of our class. THAYER, ARTHUR CHESTER III DECA 7, 8; President 8. The best things in life are free. " Art " THOMAS, BRUCE RANDOLPH Bruce " Home Room President 5; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 4, 7; Intramurals 3, 5; Satur- day Chemistry 5; Mixer Committee 8. You ' re youung only once, and I mean to make the most of it. TINKER, L. EDWARD III " Ed " Boys Glee Club 4; A Cappella Choir 3; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Saturday Biology 3; Slide Rule Class 7; Manager 4; Senior Swim Committee 8. Does the best at all he tries. TORNQUIST, EUGENE MERLE " Gene " Home Room Vice-President 8; Secretary 3; Treasurer 4; Track 4; Wrestling 3, 4, 5; Footboll 3, 5; Orocle Editorial Staff 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. Argue early, argue late, if a line be crooked, he ' ll argue it straight. TWISS, MARCENE ELAINE " Marcene " Home Room President 6; Vice-President 4, 8; Secretory 7; Treosurer 5; Concession Committee 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Soturday Biology 3, 4; Office Assistant 7, 8; Future Teachers Club 4, 5; Senior Announce- ment Committee 8. She is gentle, she is shy, but there ' s mis- chief in her eye. VALENTINE, CHARLES Charles " Boseballl 3. Oh birds be still, he is going to sleep. VANDER LINDEN, JUDITH ANN " Judy " Home Room President 7; Secretory 8; Treasurer 3; Social Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; President 7, 8; Saturday Biolcgy 3, 4; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5; Co-Chairmon Prom Committee 8. A merry maid, and pretty too, a combina- tion found in few. VANDERLEY, PAUL HENRY Complete Work-Study Program. Good nature is the very art of life. VAN VARK, WANDA " Wanda " Home Room Treasurer 6; Service and Red Cross Committee 3; Concession Commit- tee 8; Life Saving 7; Mimeogroph Commit- tee 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. A word, a smile, a girl worthwhile. VINSEL, HAROLD EUGENE " Harold " Home Room Vice-President 7; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 5, 6, 7, 8; A Cappella Choir 3, 4, 5, 6; Swimming 3, 4. Deeds, not words, describe. — 120- WADDEN, STEVEN DON " Steve " Finance Committee 7, 8; Art Committee 5; Letter-man ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3; Track 4, 6, 8; Cross Country 5; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Captain 3; Prom Committee 8. Live while you may, for tomorrow is on- other day. WALKER, SARAH AMEILE Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 8. Same sweet girl to all she meets. " Sarah " WALLACE, CONSTANCE Home Room Treasurer Social Committee 6; Bonquet Committee 8. Looks the world in the face. DIANE " Connie " 3; Art Committee 8; Office Assistant 7; WALTER, ANTOINETTE MARLENE Toni " Orchestra 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Bowling 4, 5; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Future Nurses 7, 8; Tennis 5, 6; Office Assistant 7; Prom Committee 8. Quality, not quantity, is what counts. WARD, MARY ANN " Mary Ann- Home Room President 3; Concession Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 6, 7; Girls Glee Club 8; Pep Club 3, 5, 7, 8; Soturday Biology 3; Work-Study Office As- sistant 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7; Intra- murals 4, 5; Office Assistant 5, 6; Prom Committee 8. She ' s like a ball of yarn, always unwinding herself. WEAVER, STEPHEN JOSEPH " Steve- Boys Glee Club 5, 7; A Cappella Choir 8. Silent type — someone around here has to be silent. WELCH, CAROLYN JEAN " Charlie- Home Room President 3, 4; Judicial Board 3, 4, 5; Home Room Treasurer 5, 6; Art Committee 3, 4; Assembly Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Safety Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 7; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphin Club President 8; Vice-President 7; Queen 8; Pep Club Secretary 3; Student Leader 6, 7, 8; Synchronized Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8; Drake Relays Princess 8. An excellent swimmer; an agreeable smile; an all around pretty likeable gal. WELLONS, MARY FRANCES Completed Work-Study Program. Nice to know. " Mary " WESTOVER, JULIEANNE AGNES " Julie " Student Council 3, 4 (St. Joseph ' s Academy); Home Room Vice-President 3, 4 (St. Jo- seph ' s Academy); Sophomore Class Vice- President 3, 4 (St. Joseph ' s Academy); Pep Club 3, 4 (St. Joseph ' s Academy) 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4 (St. Joseph ' s Academy); Stepperettes 4 (St. Joseph ' s Academy); Prom Committee 8. No wit like a woman ' s. WHEELER, DANNY LEE " Danny " Home Room President 3; Vice-President 5; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Home Room Sports Captain 3, 4. Folks say I ' m quite a clown; but you can ' t keep a good man down. WHITE, NANCY EILEEN " Nancy " Home Room Secretary 3; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; A Coppella Choir 6; Bowling (North League) 5; Spanish Club 7, 8. She is a mirror of happines.. WHITSON, LEORA JENNE " Leora " Home Room Secretary 4; Treasurer 3; Art Committee 7, 8; Concessions Committee 6, Chairman 7, 8; " Teahouse of the August Moon " 6; Saturday Biology 3; Life Saving 4; Synchronized Swimming 5; Banquet Com- mittee 8. Penny for her thoughts. WIELAND, RUTH ELIZABETH " Ruth- Concession Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Cute, but taken. WILSON, DENNY H. " Denny- Usher Committee 4, 7; Saturday Biology 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Basketball 6; Intramurals 3, 5, 6; " Skin of Aur Teeth " 7. Always a smile, nary a frown. WINDERS, DAVID MARSHALL ' Dove " Art Committee 3; " Music Man " 8; " Stage Door " 4; Wrestling 3; Football 3, 4; Home Room Sports Captain 6; Office Assistant 5. " Give me leisure, or give me death. " YEARIAN, SHARON EILEEN " Sharon " Home Room Vice-President 7; Treasurer 6; Art Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5; Cafeteria Worker 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. For a small person she makes a tall im- pression. (Camera une (jraduateA BEAUREGARD, SHARON KAY Sharon " Completed Work-Study Program. It isn ' t wise to be wiser than necessary. BOUGHER, KENNY RAY " Kenny " Adventurous and determined. CASTINGS, WILLIAM J. " Bill " Completed Work-Study Program. Men of few words are the best. CRAWFORD, Ma DON N A LUCILE " Donna " Girls Glee Club 8; Pep Club 3, 4; Student Leader 6, 7, 8; Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 7, 8. Eager to work when work ' s to be done; when that ' s finished it ' s time for fun. HEATHER, DONALD WAYNE " Don ' " Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Business Stoff 4. School ' s fun; but fun to be done. JENKINS, ZELMA DEAIN " Zelma " Girls Glee Club 6, 8; Intramurals 4, 6, 8; Announcement Committee 8. Nice, quiet, and triendly. OXENREIDER, JAMES JUDSON " Jim " Penny Day Committee 5; Saturday Biology 3, 4; Wrestling 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5; Track 4, 6, 8; Student Leader 7; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6. Either praise me or oppose me; I cannot stand to be overlooked. DURANT, RONALD " Ron " Home Room President 5, 6 (Germany); Stage Crew 7 (Germany); Band 3, 4, 5 (Germony); German American Club 5, 6, 7 (Germany); Drama Club 3, 4, 5, 6 (Ger- many); Football 3, 5, 7 (Germany); Track 3, 5 (Germany); Intramurals 3, 5, 7, (Ger- many). Full of wise thoughts and modern ideas. FIELD, RONALD LOUIS DECA 7, 8. The gentleman is a devil. " Ronnie " FORWALDER, MELVIN CURTIS " Melvin " Home Room Treasurer 8; Boys Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3, 4. A typical all around good guy. GEREAU, TERRY L. " Terry " DECA 7, 8. Someone has to be quiet. HEAIVILIN, CARROLL R. " Carroll " Now I ' m beginning to live a little. PRICE, NEVA JEAN " Jean " Girls Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Mimeograph Committee 8. Nice gal . . . fine pal. REIGHARD, RONALD LEROY " Ronnie " Band 3, 4, 5, 6 (Johnston High); Dance Bond 3 (Johnston High); Oracle Reporter 7. A quiet person, at least in the classroom. ROBINSON, INGRID LEATRICE Ingrid " Intramurals 6, 7 (East); Student Council Representative 6, 7 (Eost). The longer you know her, the better you like her. SLICK, AUDREY ANN " Audrey " Nice to know, pleasant to be with. TAYLOR, COLLEEN VICTORIA " Colleen " Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Completed Work- Study Program. It someone has to be quiet, don ' t let it be me. (Camera lucj,udt (jraduateA BREHM, DAVID ALBERT " Dave " Saturday Biology 3, 4; Saturday Chemistry 5, 6; Lettermon ' s Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3; Library As- sistant 3, 4. I wonder which girl will look best with this suit? FORD, JACK ROBERT His cares now ended. WRIGHT, JAMES H. At last I gain my freedom. " Jack " " Jim " JAMES, ETHEL " Ethel " She meets you; she greets you; she treats you with a smile. LEWIS, CARRIE LEE " Carrie " Intramurals 7, 8. No one knows what she can do until she tries. SCALES, JOHNNY B. " Johnny B. " I love its gentle warble; I love its gentle flow; I love to wind my tongue up; I love to hear it go! — 122— BEAMAN, ROBERT WAYNE Studying Makes mc nervous. " Bob " GREEN, WILLIAM KENNETH " Bill- Concession Committee 8; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Cast Member 4, 5; DECA 7, 8; Latin Club 3; Baseball 4; Cross Country 6; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Library As- sistant 3; Announcement Committee 8. Whatever you do be brief. HIATT, JACK HENRY Footboll 5 (Madrid High). I awoke one morning alive. " Jack " and found myself HOMEN, ELLEN LOUISE Home Room Secretary 3 ing 3, 4 (East). Her sweetness is a joy to all " Louise " (Altoona); Bowl- KIGER, MARIELLEN " Mariellen " Service and Red Cross Committee 6, (Lin- coln); Girls Glee Club 5, 6 (Lincoln) 8; Pep Club 6 (Lincoln); Bowling (Lincoln Leogue) 5, 6; Saturday Biology 5, 6 (Lin- coln); Student Leader 5, 6 (Lincoln); Intra- murals 5 (Lincoln); Oracle Reporter 7. Everything I do, I do with ease. McCONKEY, JOHN ERVIN " John " Home Room Secretary 5; Boys Glee Club 6, 7, 8; A Cappella Choir 7, 8; Bowling 3, 4; Home Room Sports Coptoin 4, 6; " Music Man " 8. At last I ' ve gained my freedom. Mcdonald, sally " Sally " Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6 (Chariton) 7, 8; All-State Chorus 3, 4, 5, 6 (Chariton); Li- brary Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6 (Chariton); Nurse ' s Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6 (Chariton). A light heart lives long. RAPP, DONALD LEE With a dive into the world, success. " Donald " he ' ll be great STONEKING, ROBERT JAMES I knew I could do it, Mom. " Stoney " THOMPSON, WILLIAM WADE " Bill " Boys Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8; A Cappella Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4; Football 3, 5; Intramurals 4, 6; Senior Prom Com- mittee 8. Deviltry is his specialty. — 123— Michalea Owens Philip Sackett Eugene Stout 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. r 19 12 GRAND AVENUE « DES MOINES 6, IOWA — 125— THIS IS A LUMNUS ALUMNUS is what you are when you are graduated from High School. These past ears spent in exploring and developing your special talents have reached an im- portant plateau. Capital C ity Bunk con- gratulates 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 prob- lem that might stand in the way of your plans. Come join our ever-growing list of young customers. A good hanking relation- ship with this FULL SERVICE hank will be a prized possession years to come. We ' re looking forward to meeting you . . . CAPITAL CITY BANK {The Bank With The Personal Touch EAST FIFTH AND LOCUST Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation — 126— Seated: Sue Biakesley, Mory Emery, Charlene Swan, Pam McLaughlin, Mary Jane Cook. Standing: Bob May, John Luxen, Terry Wills, Harold Grossnickle, Rick Hammer, Gary Christy, Steve Lackershire. Absentees: John Phoenix, Judy Lester, Dick Aycock, Joni Eldridge, Bill McGinnis, Lorry Jensen, Bob Carlson, Peggy Forkner, Jock Simpson, John Wilson, Jeanne Roberts, Bill Smith. Congratulations North Seniors, from G. W. ONTHANK COMPANY FRANKLIN PLAZA SUPER-VALU I Des Moines, Iowa I Sold by Marellen Kiger I 4926 Franklin 2701 Onthank Drive CH 3-8165 Sold by Dixie Reed, Carol Moll I FIRST FEDERAL STATE BANK 24th and University Phone BL 5-3121 + - Sold by Mary Kay Pilgrim I When Parking Park at Brownie ' s Parking Lot Fourteen Convenient Downtown Locations Member National Parking Association COURTESY — RELIABILITY Main Office— 417 9th St. AT 2-8490 i When swimming Swim at Sunset Beach S.E. 30th and Maury AM 6-9247 I I- Sold by Bill O ' Hare, Rose Ann Casey I 4 —127— i I i I i ■ - i I i +■- ESTES SON FUNERAL HOME 811 4th Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Mary Kay Pilgrim VICTORIA CLEANERS INC. 541 6th Ave. CH 3-7169 Sold by Mareelen Kiger Olson-Sutherland Rambler Co., Inc. 835 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa NEW USED CARS Bargain Center of Iowa Congratulations to the 1963 Seniors L. W. Olson Glenn R. Sutherland Sold by Rose Ann Casey, Bill O ' Hare . Congratulations Seniors from PARK FAIR FIGURE SALON and SWEDISH MASSAGE ! " Special rates for high school girls 11 Sold by Dennis Pointer HIGGINS FORD SALE: 524 E. 6th Des Moines, Iowa I Sold by Linda Moorman ' + f FRANKLIN PLAZA BARBER SHOP 4936 Franklin Avenue Martin Bell Leo Waters Sold by Mary Ellen Kiger Phone AT 8-6704 MAX HARRIMAN - HAIR STYLIST — of park fair — ! 100 Euclid Ave I I I i — ■ ■ ■ , Des Moines, Iowa For a Lovelier You Sold by Kathy McKieman Congratulations " 63 " Grads MABEL DAHLSTROM BORG Roy W. S. Dahlstrom trom ZJ unera,i Mo tome Sold by Dennis Pointer -128- I I I Congratulations Seniors from LUTZ SUPER VALU 3805 SIXTH AVE. Sold by Joanne Slack j « • I 4.,. f I i 1 ■ - ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■■■■■■■■■■a KLEIN S DEPARTMENT STORE 6th and Euclid Customer Parking Free in Rear Sold by Ann Schmeiser I Congratulations HILAND PARK HARDWARE Weldon and Mildred Miller Phone CH 4-0443 3613 6th Avenue Sold by Pat Parker 6TH AVENUE RADIO AND I 1 j 1501 Sixth Ave. TV SERVICE AT 8-2133 j Sold by Mary Kay Pilprrim I ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ „ ,i ■ ■ CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 63 COUCH SPEED PARTS Bill Couch, Virginia Couch, Harold Ginther AT 2-3769 Sold by Cris Swanson, Dennis Pointer | 1516 -2nd Ave . + — - — Compliments Hamilton ' s Funeral Homes 520 East Ninth 6337 Hickman Road Sold by Cris Swanson, Dennis Pointer Pep Kadets in the flag salute. BEST WISHES TO GRADS OF ' 63 from THE FRENCH WAY QUALITY CLEANERS and FURRIERS 413 Euclid • 2712 Douglas 4942 Franklin Suede and Leather Cleaning Specialists Sold by Rose Ann Casey, Bill O ' Hare Congratulations Seniors ANDYS DRIVE-IN 3418 E. 14th Street ' Home of the original steakburger ' Dining Room — Curb Service Sold by Jim Mason I Congratulations Class of 1963 Now 2 fine stores for your shopping pleasure FRANKELS 612-616 Locust Park Fair 2nd and Euclid Sold by Mai-y Kay PilKi ' im +- i CHECKING ACCOUNTS Fast, Courteous, Confidential SERVICE Saturday Banking I Sold by Cris Swanson I f ■■■■■■■■ I ■ ■ . IOWA PIE COMPANY 2240 Hubbell Avenue i AM 6-3835 Sold by Kathy McKiernan i ■ ■ ■ 1 IOWA ROOFING COMPANY 2408 6th Avenue I Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Denny Pointer KERRY ' S Sandwich Shop and Drive In 2822 E. 9th Street Said by Dennis Pointer GRADS ' LUGGAGE HANDBAGS GIFTS YOUR COMPLETE ONE STOP FOR VACATION OR COLLEGE TRAVEL HADDONS Two Locations Merle Hay Plaza 8th Walnut Downtown Sold by Dennis Pointer — 130- + — « BEST WISHES FROM ★ Oak Park Pharmacy i ! 3720 6th Ave. I AT 8-7227 And Highland Pharmacy i i i i I 6th and Euclid Ave. CH 4-6275 I ' Complete Prescription Service " Sold by Gene Tornquist f ■ ■■»■■■■■■«■■■■■ i j Acme Piano Company THOMAS Transistor Organs KNABE and FISCHER Pianos 1 I I I I 6th Euclid Des Moines, Iowa 244-2203 Sold by Dennis Pointer H. M. litis Lumber Company I Lumber and Building Materials for Every Need 1 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 Ann Schmeiser + i C. A. Johnson and Son 5055 - 2nd Avenue I i Sold by Bill O ' Hare, Rose Ann Casey f ALLIED FINANCE CO. INC. Congratulates 1963 Grads 205 Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Dennis Pointer | I TAYLORS Walnut at 7th Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Donna Page CRITELLIS BARBER SHOP 1922 Cottage Grove Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Mary Kay Pilgrim MIDWEST VISUAL EDUCATION SERVICE I 2204 Ingersoll Ave. I Des Moines, Iowa Said by Rose Casey and Bill O ' Hare I +. I 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 Linda Moorman Des Moines Marble Mantel Co. 938 - 6th Avenue Phone CH 4-8327 Tile and Marble for Homes Baths — Floors — Kitchens Fireplaces — Fireplace Fixtures Tile and Terrazzo for Buildings and Offices + i Sold by Dennis Pointer m + —131 — SORENSON HEALTH STUDIOS 4131 E. 14th AM 2-5626 Swim, Gym, Steam Massage WATCH FOR OUR NEW OUTSIDE POOL WITH DIVING BOARDS OFF THE ROOF Sold by Dennis Pointer Portrait • Wedding • Commercial SEIDLER STUDIO PHONE 243-2250 3617 -6th AVENUE DES MOINES, IOWA C omptete f- rintina 9 service VY eanS l Y}ore Jhan jf t an I reSSes an d, f- erdonne( ART SERVICE COPY SERVICE IT MEANS 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 — 133— The cast of " The Music Man. Complete Car Service at RAYMONDS 66 SERVICE TIRES — BATTERIES — ACCESSORIES 320 Euclid Phone AT 2-3070 i + — ■■■■■■■ Sold by Gene Tornquist CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS CLASS OF 1963 Compliments of Smitty ' s Donut Shop 19th Keo Sold by Joanne Slack FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN 408 East 6th Des Moines, Iowa S lid by Mary Kay Pilgrim I ™ + Congratulations Seniors CLASS OF 1963 FORKER PHARMACY 2505 Forest Are. Phone CR 4-2597 Sjld by Mary Kay Pilgrim | . u „ , + Corsages Our Specialty lowers Arranged As You Like Them ! 1540 -2nd Ave. I + Ph. AT 8-6557 Sold by Joanne Slack f M„_M,-_ . ■+ COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY Founded 1898 722 6th Ave. I + -134— Des Moines Sold by Mary Kay Pilgrim ■ Jim Blaney INSURANCE SERVICES PERSONAL COMMERCIAL AVIATION Everything in the Realm of Insurance 4600 Hubbell Phone 265-1607 Sold by Donna Blaney + 4 + + Printers of the NORTH HIGH ORACLE SARCONE PUBLISHING COMPANY I I 11 39 -24th Street Phone CR 7-4423 DES MOINES 11, IOWA Sold by Joanne Slack 135— t " — ■ + a good name in Real Estate Tom Robinson Realty Co. Member Multiple Listing Exchange Key Bldg. 518 Grand 282-0229 Sold by Kathy Mc Kiernam — ■ ■ ■ — ■ RALPH BELL USED CARS 4715 Second Avenue Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernan + — NUTT RENTAL Trailers, Trucks, Equipment 2714 Second Ave. 244-4731 Sold by Stan Greenwood ❖ ■ I 4. • KNOX CAFE 1535 E. Euclid Ave. Open 24 Hours Sold by Pat Parker j PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS All Makes All Prices Rental Applies on Purchase — Convenient Terms OFFICE MACHINE SUPPLY CO. 1000 Keo Way AT 8-3613 Sold by Mary Kay Pilgrim I , — „„— OVER 200 IOWA BY-LO FOOD STORES SALUTE THE GRADUATING NORTH HIGH SENIORS Acri Wholesale Grocery Company 1800 S. W. 2nd Des Moines, Iowa ' Home of your friendly By-Lo Food Stores " Sold by Tom Ligouri + I JASMIN BEAUTY SALON Shampoos — Sets — Cuts — Trims — Dye Tints — Cold Waves — Treatments BERNICE THORNE, Owner CH 4-6536 3720 Second Ave. Sold by Marjie Warff Congratulations, Seniors from SAND M BARBER SHOP + 5709 Urbandale Ave. Sold by Marjie Warff I . + Automatic Beverage Co. 3300 61st Jackie Lyle keeps physically fit. i Phone 276-5802 Sold by Marjie Warff f , GRAND VIEW COLLEGE The College of the Lutheran Church of America 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 16, 1963 HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDARD — REASONABLE COSTS Join Your Friends At G. V. C. Sold by Mary Kay Pilgrim d2est lAJislied Jo Jlie " CLASS OF 1963 " NILES JONES CANDY— S TAPLE SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES— PAPER PRODUCTS 118 South East 4th Street Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Marjie Wharff 4. Kentucky Fried CHICKEN ! " It ' s finger lickin ' good " SPECIAL ATTENTION Kentucky Fried CHICKEN " It ' s finger lickin ' good " GIVEN TO CALL IN ORDERS PHONE 255-8184 Charco ' s DRIVE-IN Euclid and Harding Road • CHARBURGER • FRENCH FRIES ! • CHARBURGER with cheese • CHEESEBURGER 1 • CHAR PUPS • CHILIBURGER ! • CHILI PUPS • PIZZABURGER • PIES • POTATOES • ONIONS Bar-Beef We make our own Pork Tenderloins PIZZA TACOS Large Selection Cold Malts and Shakes Sold by Stan Greenwood — 138— t — CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 63 L A W S O N S HIGHLAND PARK PHOTOGRAPHERS GRADUATION PORTRAITS WEDDING i 605 Douglas CH 3-0661 " Since 1949 " Sold by Dennis Pointer Lee Bullington at Senior Mixer. Compliments of Your Fina DEALER Sold by Joni Eldridsre TRAVISS T. V. RADIO REPAIR 1110 Locust St. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Cris Swanson BORRALL SUPER VALU 3811 E. 14th Street E. 27th and University Sold by Dennis Pointer + i i i i ■ i ■ i i 1 I ! i Congratulations Seniors HIGHLAND PHARMACY 6th Euclid Avenue Phone CH 4-6275 f +— I I 1 I I 4. _ Complete Prescription Service Sold by Donna Page Compliments of BAKER CAFETERIA THE NEW BAKER S SYLVAN CAFETERIA 2733 Douglas — Thompson Plaza BAKERS UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA 2414 University Sold by Pam McLaughlin + CLARK ST. MARKET ! ! 2001 Clark St. Det Moines, Iowa I Sold by Joni Eldridge | + I I I l i 1 I ■ FRANKLIN PLAZA DRUG I 4944 Franklin Des Moines, Iowa j Sold by Marellen Kiger I 4 Compliments of the Steele HcuM Hwy. 69 Ankeny, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernan ! Babe ' s Restaurant Famous for Italian and American Food TRY OUR PIZZA 417 - 6th Avenue j Sold by Linda Moorman KOCH BROTHERS Printers — Stationers — Office Outfitters Third to Fourth on Grand Ph. CH 4-4224 Sold by Pat Parker I +■■ 1 I I 1 I EARLE FLETCHER MOTOR SALES 2600 E. UNIVERSITY j 4811 S. E. 14th Des Moines, Iowa ' Sold by Jesserean Dixon j — .„. — „ M — ,.„ UM — .... — .„. ..M — Kordick PLUMBING AND HEATING Paul Kordick, Owner Phone AT 8-8531 4210 - 2nd Ave. Des Moines 13, Iowa — Sold by Gene Tornquist | «- «, w nr. «, M M M ». Bradley Printing Company Commercial Printers and Publishers i Graduation Name Cards — Announcements i 3811 Sixth Ave. AT 2-8359 or AT 2-8350 I Sold by Kathy McKiernan ■ ■■■■■■ 4 140 — Row 1: Sondra Simons, Jackie Lyle, Sue Galloway, Chorlie Welch, Kay McConnell, Alice Olson, Jane Renaud. Row 2: Valerie Pugh, Karen Carlson, Cheryl Teater, Dixie Hackmon, Bev Moomey, Donna Stout, Terrie Starkovich, Dianne Marchant. Row 3: Marcia Swonson, Sandy Savage, Jan Dorr, Trudy Cole, Sue Ewald, Linda Geissinger, Reenie Fenton, Judy McDonald, Cheryl Winders. Row 4: Arlene Swartz, Avis James, Nancy Fisher, Charlene Grove, Pat Ellis, Pam Allen, Karen Goldsberry, Kathy Cord. Row 5: Diane Burrhus, Midge Gay, Lila Glassinger, Janet Henderson, Christy Phillips, Connie Ritter, Mory Burgeson, Jone Hagen. CONGRATULATIONS Class of 1963 CAPITOL DRIVE-IN HARRIS WOODWORK CO. Sold by Marellin Kiger I I 3722 2nd Ave. I + m—m « Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Gene Tornquist Best Wishes Allen Plumbing Reese Grocery The Best Ground Beef in Town " 25 Dunham Phone 244-6271 Euclid Bowdoin AT 2-8296 Sold by Kathy McKiernan — — — + I I Sold by Bill OHare i -u.i i.n m m m m i. ! Bred to Yield the Most Corn that Soil, Weather, and Corn Growing Skill Can Produce THAT ' S WHY Iowa Farmers PLANT MORE PIONEER CORN THAN ANY OTHER KIND For information about derasseling work this summer, call 276-1566 PIONEER HI-BRED CORN COMPANY 1206 Mulberry Street • Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Gene Tornquist THE EXTRA QUALITY MILK For the Finest Dairy Products You Can Buy Anywhere Choose Flynn Phone CH 3-6211 FLYNN DAIRY COMPANY Eighth and University — 1 42 — Des Moines, Iowa Sjld by Ann Schmeker Ycu will enjoy dining in our new Patio Rocm. It is unique in Spanish-Italian design creating a warm and pleasant atmos- phere. Special ceiling lighting and decorations compliment our good food. Steaks, Chicken, Sea Foods, Pizza and Spaghetti are among the many selections on our menu. Bring the family for foor prepared with care and patience that I ' m sure will please them. Your Host, CHUCK BISIGN ANO. Newly enlarged kitchen additional equipment continues our high qual- ity food fine service at reasonable prices. PATIO ROOM HOURS 4:30 to 1:00 Mon. Thru Thurs. 4:30 to 2:00 Friday Saturday The Patio Room is open to the public, but may be reserved for private parties and meetings up to 70 people. FOR GOOD FOOD AND PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE CHUCK ' S RESTAURANT 3608- 10 6th Ave. Italian-American foods Phone CH 4.4104 DES MOINES, IOWA — 143— WHITIES SOUTH S BARBER SHOP 4207 6th Ave. Sold by Kathy McKiernan ! ! I I Cherryholmes Standard Service 2804 Beaver Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernan ROBINSON S FABRIC SHOP 3015 Merle Hay Road Phone BR 6-4626 Open Monday Till 9 — Friday Till 6 Sold by Sandi Parkins DELS BARBER SHOP 1341 Harding Road Phone 288-9124 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernan i I ! I i ■ + i 1 ! I i •4 • + j i i ! I Stan Moore Used Cars Inc. Save with Stan — the used car man 4223 Second Ave. AT 2-3521 Sold by Bill O ' Hare, Rose Ann Casey i ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 ■ + — ■ ■ - Dedicated to the CREATION of Fine Portraits lAJoitz +Studio 420 NINTH ST. AT 8-6300 1 . + Dianne Naber selling supplies. ■ . LUELLA S BEAUTY SHOP I 1353 12th Des Moines, Iowa I Sold by Eileen Stole and Jolene Burrows ■■■ ■ ■■■■■ ■ Park Realty Building Contractors and Realtors Second Euclid Phone AT 2-8313 Sold by Judi Dimke Erickson ' s Shell Service East 14th and Euclid Ave. Phone 266-9367 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernan ■+ -144— Mij £ate at United? • SAVINGS ARE INSURED SAFE BY AN AGENCY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERN- MENT • SAVINGS EARN AT THE CURRENT HIGH RATE OF 4% A YEAR • FULL SERVICE SATURDAYS TIL NOON • QUICK N EASY DRIVE THRU TELLER SERVICE • FREE INDOOR PARKING IN UNITED S OWN GARAGE UNITED FEDERAL SAVINGS LOCUST AT FOURTH • DES MOINES, IOWA —145— Standing, L. to Rt. — Sue Colwell, Clydette Bradford, Nancy Higday, Mrs. Fjelde, Nora Patterson, Marilyn Billings, Judy Haas, Suzette Haynes; Sitting: Midge Gay, Sue Huber; Absent: Donna Nicholson, Joni Eldridge, Joannie Jasper. + ! I I i i 4- CHICKADEE CHICKEN — THE BEST Spaghetti — Steaks — Shrimp — Ribs — Sandwiches j 2809 Sixth Avenue Sold by Mary Ellen Kiger ! BLUE WILLOW RESTAURANT 2502 Forest Des Moines, la. ' I •fe- ll. R. Thornton, Mgr. Sold by Pam McLaughlin ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ m— i . I i i ■ Automatic Vending Inc. 208 E. Aurora Ave. " Full Line of Vending " Sold by Bill O ' Hare 4... i I Congratulations Class of ' 63 Reichardt ' s Inc. 2413 University Avenue 847 - 42nd Street Traditional clothes for men and women Sold by Dennis Pointer PARK LANE DRIVE IN 19th and Harding Road AT 8-0576 Chicken, Shrimp, Variety of Sandwiches and Drinks . . . Finest in Eating Sold by Dennis Pointer Bob and Bill s Barber Shop 3602 - 2nd Avenue Sold by Bill O ' Hare -146— GOOD LUCK SENIORS Compliments of Hawkeye Dodge 2103 Ingersol Ave. Des Moines t|«n — mi— iim — nii — mi — mi— iiii — mi— mi— iih — iiii — iiii — iim — mi — i 1 I 4... Sold by Pat Shelton +. STONER PIANO CO. Iowa ' s Most Beautiful and Largest Piano and Organ Store 1013 - 1015 Walnut St. Sold by Rose Ann Casey Bill O ' Hare ,H_ ,,„ IT ' S IOWA ' S FAVORITE because it ' s Iowa Farm Fresh! Pick the carton with Elsie-Daisy . . . TSorden ' s DAIRY PRODUCTS J°° NEW PLASTIC ' Borden ' s Milk f 2341 2nd Avenue Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernam 147— mi — dice Row 1 — Miss Wilson, Pat Bliss, Nancy Thomas, Priscilla Sterrett, Charmaine McDonald, Linda Marlin, Mary Ann Daly, Linda Doherty, David Walker, Margaret Raab. Row 2 — Judy Lester, Earlynn Harrison, Cindy Hatfield, Ann Schmeiser, Nancy Randow, Jane Oberender, Linda Keasey, Lenna Yaw. Row 3 — Gloria Gamble, Sharon Flesher, Laraine Moomey, Jean Bird, Diane Sellers, Judy Hansen, Dennis Linn. ACCURACY PURITY PHARMACY 3001 Merle Hay Road Phone BR 6-4578 S: ld by Marjie Wharff " t HILAND BARBER SHOP 3701 6th Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Dennis Pointer I . i YOUR DOWNTOWN RAMBLER DEALER j Glenn ' s Rambler Co. New and Used Cars Sales — RAMBLER — Service I 1925 Ingersoll Ave. Congratulations " 1963 " Seniors Sold by Bill O ' Hare, Rose Ann Casey | ■ ■■■■ ■■■■ ■ ■ i + - i I Frostop Drive In THE BEST ROOT BEER Try Our Sandwiches and Malts Harding Road and Clark VIC C. BURNO INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING I 321 E. 6th Des Moines ' Sold by Chris Miller Mama Laconas Pizza Restaurant Special Prices for School Parties FOR DELIVERY CALL CR 4-0403 3627 Beaver Ave. 1 Block South of Douglas Sold by Pat Parker r- i i Des Moines Music House Established 1916 George Wilkinson, Proprietor EVERYTHING MUSICAL Records, Instruments, Hi-Fi, Stereo, Portables, Consoles, Tape Recorders I 310 8th Street i 244-4162 Sold by Kathy McKiernan + Sold by Joni Eldridge G R Bookkeeping 1412 Sixth Avenue Phone CH 3-7695 DES MOINES " Good Accounting doesn ' t cost .... IT PAYS " Sjld by Paula Gulick ■ + i I i ! I I —148- Dominic and the Dominoes. CONGRATULATIONS Keo Car Wash Fast Automatic Service 1330 KEO WAY CH 4-5773 A Clean Car is a Reflection of Its Owner Sold by Bill O ' Hare and Rose Ann Casey — — — — — -— — « — — — — — — — + — 149— Now Its PEPSI For those who think Young Sold by Bill O ' Hare Rose Ann Casey with " Quality You Can Taste " n " -W)M ' - VH -BT ■nnoERson ericksoii oairy co Sold by Joanne Slack — 150— I I I I I K- Your N»A P A» Jobber HOLLOWAY AUTO PRODUCTS, INC. Auto Parts Equipment Mufflers Pipes —1212 West Euclid— We Turn Brake Drums Dial 244-7297 Sold by Pat Parker KEN FOX Standard Service 6th and Seneca Des Moines, Iowa Phone CH 3-9945 Sold by Gene Tornquist Sue Rogers at open house. r Compliments of J. C. WHITE CONCRETE COMPANY j 330 S. W. 7th CH 4-3161 Sold by Mai-y Kay Pilirrim 1 + — ! CONGRATULATION " 63 " GRADS FROM ! DE CARLO ' S GRILL ■ i 549 6th Ave. I — CH 3-9827 i Sold by Mariellen Kijfer 1 . + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS from VALLEY BANK AND TR UST COMPANY WALNUT AT FOURTH Member F.D.I.C. Sold by Paula Gulick CONSIDER... aQreer ...NOT A JOB When looking ahead to your 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 1 wrf fii 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 OF 1 IOWA FOUNDED IN DES MOINES IN 1867 DRAKE UNIVERSITY an exhilaratf A strong . . . and growing . . . University is available to you right in your hometown. Consider one of five under- graduate colleges open to qualified high school graduates: LIBERAL ARTS • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FINE ARTS • EDUCATION • PHARMACY minimis —152— I Men ' s and Boys ' Clothing Accessories — Ladies ' Ready To Wear — Lingerie — Shoes for Entire Family Infant ' s Wear — Yard Goods — Notions — Patterns Domestics — Toys 7 J av£.xdaLz " Your Heme Owned Department Store " 2709-11 Beaver Ave. Phone CR 4-1553 DES MOINES 10, IOWA Sold by Dixie Reed Joni Eldridge l — " ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ + j Dr. Floyd E. Henry Dr. Don B. Henry CONTACT LENSES I Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted i 516 Walnut Street i Des Moines, Iowa I Phone CH 4-5354 Sold by Dennis Pointer I ' Satisfaction always 1st Floor East Phone CH 4-9271 CH 4-1112 Sold by Dennis Pointer LATEST TECHNIQUES IN GRADUATION PORTRAITS ANDREWS STUDIO 822 Walnut Street CH 4-4956 Des Moines 9, Iowa Weddings— Graduations Sold by Bill OHare — 153— A Cappella Choir and Band at January Baccalaureate. + For Fine Food and Drinks Vic ' s Tally Ho 5601 Douglas Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Pat Parker i We ' re here fro help you gefr whafr you want lowa-Des Moines National Bank Sixth and Walnut DES MOINES, IOWA J CHerry 3-1191 I J Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Sold by Kathy McKeeman I + J. C. WHITE CONCRETE + — i I I j 330 S. W. 7th Street i — — Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Cris Swanson Compliments of j HOSKINS LANDSCAPING PATIOS — PLANTING — STONEWALLS 2737 53rd BL 5-5407 1 Sold by Marjie Warff ! ■ ■ + GOOD LUCK SENIORS Highland Park State Bank Member F.D.I.C. I ! i ■- Main Bank 3rd Euclid Drive-In Bank j 2nd Euclid ! I Sold by Bill O ' Haie l M 1 ■ ■ ■ Catterson ' s Hiland Garage Motor Tune-Up — Brake Service General Repair — Front End Service 3705 -6frh Avenue CH 3-3717 Sold by Kathy McKiernan t I I I I I 1 I ! I i ! i I BRUCE CARLSON FURNITURE 3612 Second Ave. QUALITY FURNITURE IS NOT EXPENSIVE AT OUR STORE Sold by Kay McConnell -154- Row 1: Barry Knapp, Wayne Westlake, Steve Stookey, Allen Anderson. Row 2: Mr. Chatt, Denny Fredricksen, Jerry May, Dennis Lindsley, Jerry Knode, Gary Clayton, manager. I I i I Congratulations ' 63 Graduates From THE URBAN AIRE BEAUTY SHOP 5711 Urbandale Axe. Sold by Marjie Warff 4 i I + Don Spiller. Row 3 TANDE STANDARD SERVICE 2800 2nd Ave. Oak Creek Park 72nd Hickman " Your Complete Recreation Center " HOME OF— Par 3 Golf Course (night golf) The Stick Lounge — For the Jet Set Kiddieland Driving Range Ice Arena — Summer Skating Hockey School Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernan RAINES I N S U R A N C E 4000-6th Ave.Vh. AT 8-8545 Des Moines j) Iowa " INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Sold by Dennis Pointer Sold by Marjie Wharff TEATER S AUTO SUPPLY 3707 6th Ave. Des Moines The Best Possible Service to Your Car Sold by Mary Kay Pilgrim Kay McConnell Make the World Your Bookshelf You may not realize it, but with your certificate of graduation you have been awarded an unlimited scholarship. At your finger tips — bound in the experience of centuries and in the wisdom of ages — lies a world of knowledge, its richness and its value subject only to your determination to draw on it. So, along with our congratulations, goes the urge that you take advantage of this unlimited scholarship by making the world about you your lore-laden bookshelf. mm John Deere Des Moines Works DES MOINES, IOWA I I BELL BROTHERS HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING j 610 College Ave. CH 4-8911 DES MOINES Sold by Bill O ' Hare, Rose Ann Casey „_„,„„ ■„ ,„ ... m. ,m «o -n .« . ... ... Compliments of Western Tool and Stamping Co. Manufacturers of Homko and Certified Power Lawn Mowers 2724 Second Avenue Sold by Pat Parker , Congratulations from HERMAN MILLER AM) DONALD SATROM REAL I V 4006 - 6th Ave. AT 8-9761 - Let us be your helping hand in all real estate problems. Sold by Mary Kay Pilfrrim + i Stanton ' s Restaurant Keith Gladys Stanton Phone CH 3-9033 1719 - 6th Ave. | Margaret Fehn trying some Hawaiian Poi. HI LAND PASTRY 3615 6th Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Said by Kay McConnell BILL BROWN MOBILE HOMES Vagabond — Airstream 3700 East 14th Bill and Kate Brown Sold by Dennis Pointer Sold by Rose Ann Casey, Bill O ' Hare f + 4m m . . ■ ■ .... ■ ■ ■ m ■ ■ « m, ■ ■ 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 CR 4-3401 Sold by Anne Henderson and Sandi Paskins OK BARBER SHOP 1606 Sixth Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy McKiernan CRESCENT CHEVROLET Since 1932 5th and Keosauqua Downtown Des Moines ..4 i Sold by Kathy McKiernan I Congratulations Seniors Tom Davidson Realty 3212 Forest Ave. CR 4-1596 Sold by Kathy McKiernan Drake Relays princesses Sharon Raymond, Charlie Welch, and Margo Upchurch. f • I § I i + Good Luck PARK FAIR RESTAURANT IN THE SHOPPING CENTER — + ! I I i Sold by Charmaine McDonald I FULL COVERAGE AUTO INSURANCE FOR CANCELLED, REJECTED, OVERAGE UNDERAGE MILITARY DRIVERS MOST COMPETITIVE RATES IN IOWA Immediate — SR-22 FILINGS — BUDGET TERMS " Insure where improved driving habits lower your cost " Dial 243-8666 ALL LINES — ALL RISKS BILL COMITO — ' MIKE " ANANIA 1 v SERVING MID-WEST AREA IOWA-OES MOINES INSURANCE SERVICE INC. 407-411 1 5th ST DES MOINES, IOWA I LIFE— FIRE— AUTO — HOSPITAL— TRUCK— BONDS I Sold by Kathy McKiernan I fr " m m «» .... .... mi m ■ .... .... .... .... m .... ■ m .... .+ LIDDELL BROTHERS FURNITURE i I I 1 I I 1 + — 2323 Forest Ave. Phone CR 7-8613 " Complete Line of Furniture, Appliances and Televisions. " Sold by Sharon Halbfass ] ■ ■ ■ ■■■ ■ ■■ . — MILLER ' S HARDWARE Carpenter Harding Road Des Moines 14, Iowa Sold by Sharon Halbfass Tender Crust Pie Company 1603 E. Grand Des Moines, Iowa + i ! I i ■ + i i Sold by Kathy McKiernan I ... at the ! Top of The ! ! class j always j Seven-Up America ' s favorite fresh up 1 is straight " A " with students everywhere. Don ' t fail at j parties. Keep plenty of j chilled Seven-Up in the refrigeratcr. SEVEN-UP BOTTLING COMPANY DES MOINES Sold by Cris Swanson BEST WISHES FROM YOUR FRIENDLY SUPER VALIf Sold by Dixie Reed Good for you! ' Colonial Sold by Kathy McKiernon I mi A Prescription Pharmacy Sold by Donna Pa»ce i Congratulations Graduates ! r 1 m ■ muja poweR AND LIGHT COMPANY DEPENDABLE SERVICE 24 Hours a Day + — Sold by Kay McConnel . — 159— + ._, — . — + Stan Moore Used Cars Inc. Save with Stan — the used car man 4223 Second Ave. AT 2-3521 Sold by Rose Ann Casey and Bill O ' Hare f ! 1 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 Linda Moorman +. ■ SAVE AT Home Federal SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION Sixth and Grand " The Family Savings Center " Current Rate 4% Per Year FRANZEN S D-X SERVICE JAY ' S QUALITY BAKERY j Batteries, brakes, tune up, front end alignment j 2918 Fluer Dr. AT 8-9072 Eold by Mary Kay Pilgrim — + ! I i Watch and Watches Jewelry o J J. J. BITTLE SONS THIRD FLOOR SHOW WILDING DES MOINES Jewelry Repairing Sold by Kathy Miller Jay ' s Quality Bakery Donuts and Rolls Sold by Cris Swanson + 1539 6th — 160— Phone CH 3-3553 Sold by Donna Page 1 I +■ — ' T Re I ax... refresh • ••Have a Coke •OtWD (MOM MJTMO«iT» 0» COCACCHA COm axt it Sold by Harvey Clapsaddle It ' s inexpensive to RENT formal wear! It costs less than you think to rent foil dress suits, tuxedos, daytime formols or white dinner jackets. And they ' re so clean, so freshly pressed, so per fecfly fittedl SKEFFINGTONS INC. 417 Locust AT 3-0453 MAXHEIM PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO j Phone 255-1533 544 36th Street j Des Moines 12, Iowa i Sold by Jesserian Dixon Congratulations from Herman Miller Realty 4006 -6th Ave. AT 8-9761 Let us be your helping hand in all real estate problems. Sold by Ma it Kay Pilgrim + ' — Sold by Bill O ' Hare I ■ ■ ■ i . BILL C0MIT0 Insurance Service ' For all your insurance needs ' 411 15th Street 243-8666 Sold by Kathy McKiernan + ■ ■■■■■■■■■■■■ m ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ — Beaver dale Photo Franchised Leica Dealer Bolex, Kodak, Agfa, Zeiss 277-4435 2641 Beaver +•- i 1 1 Sold by Bill O ' Hare Elmer Eckburg Carpets ! 7th College 282-7173 S; ld by Mary Kay Pilgrim I Use YELLOW CABS Phone CH 3-111 Sold by Dennis Pointer Bob Brown Chevrolet 1021 Locust I Des Moines, Iowa j i Sold by Dennis Pointer 1 PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS — 162— — — - — " + Hey, Fellas! " Do your date a big favor. Have Boesens design your best girl ' s corsage especially for her. They always give you the most for the least. It ' s really a treat to get your prom corsage from Boesens ' say Kathy Miller and Kathy McKiernan. BOESEN the Florist 700 Grand Ave. 3801 Ingersoll 3422 Beaver CH 3-4279 BL 5-2188 CR 7-4416 Sold by Dennis Pointer Schwarz Drug Co. 1301 Forest CH 3-3269 DES MOINES, IOWA ! Sold by Dennis Pointer CLARK STREET MARKET I 1 2001 Clark St. 1 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Joni Eldridge Professional Directory + - I i RICHARD F. RABE, D. D. S. I I 5731 Urbandale Avenue § I + — 276-4349 | Sold by Marjie Wharff I DR. CHARLES D. FREDERICKS ORTHODONTIST ! 1143 - 42nd Street I + Phone CR 7-5823 Sold by Pat Parker D. R. RUBINO DENTIST 223 W. Euclid Ave. Sold by Judi Demke — 163— DR. ROBERT L. SCHNEE DENTIST Closed Wednesdays J 2655 Beaver Avenue Des Moines, Iowa I Office CR 7-3551 Res. CR 9-7513 Sold by Pat Parker ■ u . f. Congratulations Seniors DR. E. F. ARNS CHIROPRACTOR 703 Euclid Ave. CH 3-8992 Sold by Eilien Stole, Joleen Burrows ; n DR. LOU F. KRICK DENTIST 3830 Ingersoll CR 9-9771 Sold by Pat Parker JAS. W. HALL ATTORNEY AT LAW 402 Capital City Bank Bldg. AT 8-7441 Sold by Cris Swanson DR. JOHN Q. A. MATTERN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 1 819 Savings Loan Building Sold by Pat Parker - +• i DR. M. D. RUBINO DENTIST 223 W. Euclid Ave. Phone AT 2-1359 Sold by Pat Parker ! STEWART E. REED, D.S.C Practice Limited To The Feet 425 Kresge Building •4k Phone CH 3-7922 Sold by Pat Parker i = i ■ i DR. HARRY C. MORROW Practice Limited to Orthodontics Equitable Bldg. Phone CH 3-2654 Des Moines 9, Iowa Sold by Pat Parker i i I I I ! ■- DR. C. E. WORSTER ! 1934 Jefferson I I CH 3-7925 I I Sold by Pat Parker 1 -— — || + DR. PAUL F. NELSON .Dentist 709 Equitable Building Phone CH 3-3585 1 Sold by Kathy McKiernan J ' ■ ■ ' ■ — ■ — ■ — ■ mm m — «—.... — ■ ■ ■ ■ — .... — m m DR. ROBERT C. PEARSON OPTOMETRIST 3517 Sixth Ave. Phone CH 3-6618 Sold by Pat Parker .+ DR. JERRY D. HARVEY, D. D. S. 5701 Hickman Road Sold by Pat Parker i i i Congratulations, Seniors DENNIS J. WALTER, M. D. I 215 Euclid Ave. AT 8-6429 Sold by Pat Parker 1 DON C. SWANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW AT 8-6573 830 E. Grand Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Cris Swanson DR. J. D. 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