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

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polar bea mi North High School Des Moines, Iowa a time to laugh . . . and to experience the warmth of friendship to develop talents and interests and to find strength in independence a time to search . . . and to find yourself to question the world and to gain understanding a time to pause . . . and to remember to dream, plan, and build and to grow to maturity • • • time of youth academics school life time for talent organizations athletics underclassmen special recognition seniors advertising 6-27 -.28-39 40-63 .64-87 88-107 108-121 122-129 ...130-169 170 A Time to Pause ... to Question . . . and to Achieve . . . to Laugh . . . Cry . . . Dream . . . and Grow Youth is a fast moving, ever changing, ever chal- lenging time; it is the period in our lives when we search to find meaning and purpose for existence and to gain knowledge and understanding. As youth we experience many pressures, demands, and re- strictions as we struggle to reach these goals, but we are also afforded unlimited opportunities for suc- cess. Everywhere we go we find friends to laugh with, activities to enjoy and to serve the school and community. We find the satisfaction of accepting and fulfilling responsibilities and the pleasure that comes from developing talents and interests. Whether in the classroom, on the football field, or at a school dance we find answers to our ques- tioning. To capture every facet of youth we are constantly on the move. We realize that to keep our outlook and goals realistic we must be active and accept responsibility, but we also realize that youth is a time to pause, and to gain insight into what we really want and need in life. Youth is a time for growth in all areas, and North High has fulfilled an important role by providing the machinery for youth to reach out for success. North students will never forget their time of youth. —5— academics a time to explore . . . to read, listen and question and to find an answer to grow in knowledge and understanding The academic curriculum and the method by which it is conveyed to the student is a vital force of adolescent life. North offers an appropriate and wide variety of courses for its students to pursue. The student may learn the basic concepts of history or the current economic trends, he may delve into the fine arts of drama and music or gain a knowledge of the busi- ness world through typing and bookkeeping. The student is taught by methods that are chal- lenging and stimulating. Team teaching offers him an opportunity to gain a wide variety of ideas. He may increase his knowledge and understanding through use of the modern language and math labs. Science classrooms have facilities for the student to explore and perform experiments. Guidance is also an important part of youth; the counselors and advisers at North provide this for the student. North students will long remember their teachers and advisers who contributed so much to their time of youth. —7— Dr. Wetter DONALD WETTER Simpson College, B.A. Drake, M.S., Ed. Graduate Study: Post Graduate School — U.S. Naval Academy, University of Nebraska Doctorate: University of Nebraska Mr. Webb WENDELL WEBB Sioux Falls College, B.A. S.U.I., M.A. Help Make North Outstanding Mr. Webb greets North students in his friendly way. It takes a very competent person to run North well, and the youth have been privileged and lucky this year to have two such principals. Fond memories of Dr. Wetter which still linger in the minds of many include his warm welcome as a sopho- more, his work to bring Bob Richards to North, his friendly face at a game, his participation in the faculty frolics, his skill at making pancakes on " Pancake Day, " and his familiar phrase that " Many nice things happen at North. " More recently, students will remember North under the leadership of Mr. Webb. Exciting assemblies with tapes of the state basketball games, his willingness and support for student activities such as dances, his friendly greeting in the hall, and his disciplinary actions to help students mature were among the highlights of his semes- ter here. —8— Mr. Hildreth counsels a student. Advisers Help Guide Youth FRANK L. HILDRETH Hastings College, B.A. Colo. State, M.A. Graduate Study: Univ. of Wise Univ. of Neb., Drake, I.S.U Besides guiding girls toward a good life. Miss Lyons spends a lot of time during the second semester helping the seniors plan their final activities. The menu for the ban- quet, decorations for the prom, col- lecting money for the luau, passing out caps and gowns, and planning the procedure for graduation are just a few of the responsibilities this job involves. Fun and well organized activities are important in the life of a senior so Miss Lyons works hard to make them that way. Growing up is an important part in everyone ' s life, so Frank Hildreth and Miss Mayme Lyons try to help the stu- dents at North to develop from youth to mature, intelligent adults of the future. Fairness and a great interest in student affairs establishes Frank Hildreth, boy ' s adviser and vice principal, as a fine part of the North High faculty. Counseling, administering aptitude tests, and handling job opportunities for students are only a few of the duties Mr. Hildreth must ful- fill as an adviser. Into Adult Life MAYME LYONS Simpson College, B.M., Drake, M. of Music Graduate Study: Univ. of So. Calif., Northwestern, Columbia Miss Lyons advises the senior class officers. -9— Mr. Miller helps student plan future courses. Planning Future Education And Careers Keeps Counselors Busy Even though this is a time of youth, students need guidance as they approach their future. The coun- selors help parents serve Northites in this capacity. Schedules must be planned not only so that a student has enough credits to graduate, but also so the classes benefit him in his future education or job. Coun- selors are always willing to help with any problems a student encounters in his life. Keeping records of each counselee is another major job of the counselors. LOUISE McCAUGHAN LOWELL PERRY NORMAN MILLER Drake, A.B., M.S.E. Drake, B.A., M.A. Drake Univ., B.S., M.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Mexico Graduate Study: S.U.I. San Marcos Univ., Peru —10— MARY JANE BLEE Simpson College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake BETTY JACKSON N.W. Missouri State, B.S. Univ. of Missouri, M.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Kansas, Colo. State College, Drake WILLIAM FUNTE State College of Iowa, B.A. Univ. of Denver, M A. Graduate Study: Drake JOANNE McKAY Drake, B.S. Business Education Provides Opportunities For Learning Future Job Skills BILL McCOLLAUGH State College of Iowa, B.A. MARY KAY FRANCE State College of Iowa, B.A. ELAINE PETERSON Peru State College, B.S. PHYLLIS PHOENIX Univ. of Iowa N.W. Missouri, B.A. Drake To qualify students for careers in the field of business and to introduce them to the business world are the chief goals of the Business Education department at North. To achieve these goals, modern teaching devices and actual practice of business techniques and skills are key factors in the everyday procedure of the classes. Drills in typing, taking dictation in shorthand and notehand, keeping records of transactions and accounts for bookkeeping, and receiving training in salesmanship, are a few of the activities of the individual classes. Other business courses such as commercial math, law and geography provide the student with a broader back- ground in economics and industry. —11 — Mrs. McKay keeps time as Sue Waggoner and Lynn Par- rish type. Improved English Skills Make It Easier To Communicate Ideas This year the English department has continued to emphasize the importance of writing quality compositions and of reading both classical and contemporary novels at all three grade levels. Students in sophomore language arts classes read Julius Caesar, and Silas Marner, and had a unit on speech making. Juniors in advanced English read the Scarlet Letter, wrote a research paper on a topic of their own choice and studied American authors and poets. Senior literature students read Macbeth, studied the Canter- bury Tales and learned about life and literature in England. Advanced placement students at the individual grade levels generally studied the same basic topics but went into them in much greater detail and depth. Students use library facilities for research. FRANCES SWETT Tufts Univ., A.B. Columbia, M.A. LILLIAN HOURIGAN Parsons College, B.A. Graduate Study: Univ. of Chicago, S.U.I., Univ. of Minn., Drake WILLIAM HUTCHISON Univ. of North Carolina, B.A. (NOT PICTURED) EDWARD HANSON Drake, B.A. BILL NOLAN I.S.U., B.S. JAMES WICKHAM Drake, B.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. RUTH LAWS State College of Iowa, B.A. -12— MAX PALMER Drake, B.A. ELIZABETH KENT Drake, B.F.A. Joyce Hata and Patrice Kalleen show the bulletin board that they decorated. Are Key To Future World Peace Bonjour! Buenos dias! Guten Tag! Valete! The translation — " Hello " in French, Spanish, German, and Latin, the four foreign languages offered at North. German was just added this year. Students of a foreign language must start at the very beginning and learn the basics — vocabulary, gram- mar, new sounds, and spelling. Next, work is begun on writing and speaking. The language lab helps a student with his speaking by letting the student hear the correct pronounciation and then listen to his own voice, through the earphones, as he mimics the tape into the microphone. Languages are becoming more and more important in this time of youth as communi- cations and transportation constantly improve, making the world seem smaller and smaller. This age of nuclear power makes it necessary for nations to understand each other in order to maintain peace. One of the best ways for youth to have understanding is to study lan- guages and customs of other countries. French students use the language lab. — 13— HARRY MORTENSEN Grondview, A. A. Univ. of Minn., B.S., M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, S.U.I. ORVAL KNEE State College of Iowa, B.A. Drake, M.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U. EUGENE WORDEN Drake, B.A. Graduate Study: Columbia, Univ. of la., S.U.I., I.S.U. VERNON BLY Luther College, B.A. Kansas State, M.S. Graduate Study: S.U.I., I.S.U. Drake, Rutgers Math and Science Become More Important Realizing that most students will not become mathematicians, the math teachers know that the skills taught in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, college math, and probability will serve a practical purpose in the everyday life of the youth. The knowledge is needed for such common happenings as figuring income tax, shopping for groceries, changing a recipe, or keeping a bowling score. By improving his skills through further education, a student can get a job in such areas as chemistry, economics, business management, or computer work. Needed in all areas, math is definitely a part of life in this time of youth. Above: Students put their work on the boord for classmates to correct. At left: Mr. Knee discusses the intersection of parallel lines. — 1- Lee Williams, Bob Klaver and Jon Forret work on physics experiment. Dove Hayward and Phyllis Stephens observe fruit flies It was the main objective of the science department this year to focus students atten- tion on the constantly growing area of scien- tific achievement and to guarantee programs which would serve as foundations on which to build knowledge. Team experiments, and individual study were featured in the biology, chemistry, and physics classes. in Rapidly Changing World HERB M;CAW Ohio State Univ., B.S. Iowa State Univ., M.S. State Univ. of Iowa, Drake, Austin Jr. College, College of St. Thomas LOWELL LOCKRIDGE Drake, A.B. State Univ. of Iowa, M.S. Graduate Study: State College of Iowa Univ. of New Hampshire CHARLES LEHFELD Central College, B.A. Omaha Univ., M.S. Graduate Study: Wm. Jewell College, Iowa State University, Drake WALTER FRANZ lov a Wesleyan College, B.S. Univ. of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, South Dakota State, Univ. of Conn., Univ. of Mo. JOHN BRINDLEY S.C.I. , B.A. I.S.U., M.S. I.S.U., Drake Univ. —15— JOHN PHILLIPS Loyola University Drake, M.S. S.U.I. ROBERT MUNCH Graceland College, A. A. Drake, B.A. JERRY RIDGEWAY Drake, B.A. While on o field trip to the Southeast Bottoms, students in the " Big T " inspect o public] drinking facility. ALBERT GRAZIANO Grand View Drake, B.S. TOM FITZGERALD State College of Iowa, B.A. Kansas State Teachers College Drake BRANDT CROCKER N.E. Missouri State Teachers College, B.S. Univ. of Missouri, M.A. VINCENT SCAVO Drake, B.A. Learning Camilla Murray gives speech in government. To improve the world in which we live, we must leorn from the experiences of others and not make the same mistakes twice. Through the study of the social sciences, students learn such things as the reasons for the fall of Rome, the depression of 1939, political downfalls, and world wars. The social sciences not only teach the faults of the past but also teach a student how the world in which he lives came to be . . . how our democratic government has developed, the inventions that led to the huge car industry of the U.S., why tariffs and other trade barriers are set up between coun- tries, and the reasons for hostility between the U.S. and other countries. Through The Experiences Of Others Is Basis Mr. Munch sips coffee between the major points of economics. Government students learn court procedures through mock trial. For Social Science Youth are constantly becoming more important and more involved in world affairs. Boys just out of high school find themselves fighting for their country and the ideas that it believes in. Other youth go to foreign countries to work in the Peace Corps, while some work in the under- developed prts of the U.S. Voting rights for the 18 year old are con- stantly being discussed. The Social Sciences prepare the Youth of North to take their place in life as better informed citizens. Students and their advisers work in the concession stand. ELSIE WILMETH Drake, B.S. Graduate Study: Northwestern DARRELL GRIPENBERG Drake Univ., B.A. —17— KARL KILLINGER University of Notre Dame St. Ambrose College Drake University, B.M.E., M.M.E. DONNA EMMONS Drake Univ., B.M., M M. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Boston Univ. Mr. Killinger directs the concert band. The many hours of practice at 7:20 A.M. and sixth period were evident as the marching band performed excellently at football halftimes, basketball games, and the Drake Relays, Armed Forces, and Pel la parades. Programs were also performed for various audiences by the choir, girls ' and boys ' glee clubs, concert band and orchestra. Highlighting the year were Faure ' s Requiem, which was sung by the choir for many pro- grams including KDPS-TV, and the musical ' Li ' l Abner, ' which involved the choir and orchestra. Youth Develops Special Talents In Art and Music The ort department has many responsibilities around North which have included making posters for such activities as homecoming; design- ing programs; painting snowflakes on the windows, to create a Christmas atmosphere; and painting the sets for the musical " Li ' l Abner. " Other projects of the classes were portrait sculptures, oil paintings, jewelry, and pottery. Some of the students ' work was entered for scholarships at State College of Iowa and seniors sent their best work to the art center to be exhibited in the senior show. Gary Kuskulis, Linda Bowman, Alan McDermott, and Suzanne Wohlwend all received scholarships to further develop their talents by attending classes at the art center every Satur- day morning. No Picture Available HENRY KESTER Drake, B.F.A. GLORIA KERSBERGEN New York Univ., Drake, Univ. of Iowa, B.A. Terry Kirkwood displays his oil painting. —18— Advanced drama students practice one-act play. WALTER BARNETT Parsons College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. JOHN THOMPSON Grinnell College, B.A. Western Reserve, M.A. Publications Emphasize Youth " Did you get the picture cropped? I wrote the insert. " " What count is a W? " These and other questions can be heard as the journalism students work to put out the Oracle. After learning the basics of writing during the first semester, the students then work as page editors for the Oracle, section editors for the year- book, or on the advertising or mailing divisions. The goal of all work is emphasizing the youth of North High. Conveying Ideas Is Goal of Speech and Drama In this time of youth communication has become increasingly important. Speech classes help the student to communicate with greater self expres- sion, poise, and assurance through experience in presenting persuasive, informative, and impromptu speeches. Drama students learn to convey thoughts and meaning through the medium of the theatre. The student learns acting techniques, set design, and acquires an appreciation of the classical and modern theatre. First semester drama students prepare a one-act play for presentation before various study halls and English classes. Students from advanced drama classes sometimes become directors of these plays. i Above: A play involving family troubles, " Thursday Evening " is presented in drama. At left: Journalism students work many long hours to finish the yearbook. —19— MARILYN QUINN Buena Vista College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake DONALD POWELL Graceland Simpson Drake, B.S., M.A. JAMES LYLE Univ. of la., B.S., M.A. Graduate Study: Drake Univ. RICHARD CAMP Drake, B.A., M.A. Physical Fitness Is Essential For Mental Development Energy, vitality, enthusiasm, pep . . . these are the characteristics that many others admire in today ' s youth. To really enjoy life and have the greatest chance at success a person must be physically healthy so that he embodies these character- istics. This does not just happen but takes work and care, which is the purpose of the gym classes. MARY HELEN MUELL Ohio State, B.S. Ed. Graduate Study: Drake Girls play half court basketball. Playing football, basketball and baseball, the boys work to improve their skills. Girls learn the basics of such sports as volleyball, basket- ball, tennis and golf. Jumping rope and jumping on the trampoline are also good health builders. Ken Hahn warms up with " jumping jacks. " —20— Girls Prepare For Home Management Since many students get married at a younger age all the time, it is important that girls learn home management during high school years. At North, the kitchens, furnished living room, and sewing ma- chines are excellent facilities for teaching nutrition, food preparation, sewing, child care, home management, home furnish- ing and family relations. After taking courses in homemaking, a girl is not only better prepared to enter a new home life, but also has a good start towards an education, which could lead to a good job in home economics. ERMA WILSON I.S.U., B.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Drake Girls learn the techniques of sewing. Deca Combines Class Learning With Work ing Experience After taking a course in salesmanship, DECA students put their knowledge to prac- tice by working in various business estab- lishments during the afternoon. Classes needed for graduation are taken during the morning. The showcases at North provide places for the students to practice displaying products. Being closely supervised by their employer and DE coordinator, the students take part in an excellent learning experi- ence. Following graduation, they are well prepared to successfully enter the business world. DECA students make displays in North showcases. RICHARD BERRY Drake, B.S. —21 — urn i • Mllllt ' l ■■■■■■■■r . JIIIIIUA •■■■■«■. Jr Many buy their lunch from the concession stand. Work-Study Prepares Youth For Future Positions The students attend school part of the day and receive on-the-job training part of the day. In this way they are able to receive a useful education which is immediately applicable to their lives. During the hours in which the students participate in class activities they work on a number of projects and go on group field trips. SALLY VITTETEAUX Drake Univ., B.A. Graduate Study: Drake, S.U.I. KENNETH WHITNEY Xavier Univ. Drake Univ. Graduate Study: I.S.U. Students work on math problems. —22— (NOT PICTURED) LAWRENCE SALSOW Univ. of Neb., B.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Neb., Colo. State Univ., I.S.U., Drake MARGARET BALDWIN Whittier College State University of Iowa, B.A. Graduate Study: Drake University, S.U.I. Students and their advisers work in the concession stand. JOSEPHINE MALTERUD Drake University, B.S., M.A. WENDELL MISKIMINS Buena Vista College, B.S. Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, M.A. Graduate Study: S.U.I., University of Utah, Drake ELLA JONES Iowa State University, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake JOHN WARREN Drake University, B.S., M.S. To provide special education students with vocational training and further help in adjustment to their homes and community is the purpose of the Work-Study Program. —23— DAVID HARDIE Iowa State, B.S. Le ROY PARSONS Stout State Univ., B.S. I.S.U., M.S. LARRY WIEDEMEIER State College of Iowa, B.A. Boys learn to use various tools by building things of wood. Industrial Arts Trains For Jobs As the youth of North leave high school, many take their place in the working world while others further their education by attending college. The industrial arts courses prepare the stu- dent for both a job and for advanced study. Training is given in auto mechan- ics, mechanical drawing, and wood and metal work. Some of the projects which are undertaken by the students are build- ing a cabinet, making blue prints, and tearing motors apart. One of the model cors in the simulator. Simulator Helps Prepare Competent Drivers During the first semes- ter North driver education students were fortunate in having the use of the simu- lator. In it each student had his own model car to drive. While watching a movie of a moving car, the student would react in his model to turns and hazards like the driver in the movie. Now, as more and more youth are driving and getting their own cars, these experiences are very beneficial in making better drivers. The course came to a climax with the final test and the issuing of temporary licenses. —24— Row 1: Ethel Doy, Drew Mothias, Edna Nelson, Mark Triplett, John Lukazow, Hermon Virden, Ted Mutchler, Geno Delazzer. Row 2: Ramon Logsdon, Stanley Stohowick, Veryl Vigger, Frank Smith, Frank Palcic, John Brown, Lloyd Grcsclal. Custodians, Matrons And Cafe Workers Add To The Well-Being of North Keeping a teen-ager on a well balanced diet is often difficult, but the cafeteria workers do their part by preparing balanced meals for the students. Beefburgers, pizza, and homemade cookies are among the favorites of many students. The custodial helpers and matrons can always be found busy at work doing such things as cleaning the lobby, sweeping the basketball floor, washing classroom windows, preparing the auditorium for assemblies, or shoveling the sidewalks. They all help make North a wonderful place for a learning experience. Marcia Collins and Penny Harris are served lunch in the cafeteria. Row I: Wilma Norris, Clara Caulk, Mildred Cowles, Mary Jane Pike, Alpharetta Koch. Row 2: Arlys Benshoof, Loretta Jacobe, Dorothy Mortice, Delores Bornard. Row 3: Helen Amodeo, Ruth Fitch, Mae Smith, Hazel Bornand, Marie Meyer, lona Vernon, Bernice Bly. —25— Board of Education B;o-d of Education — Left to right: Rev. L. Robert Keck; Mr. Ora E. Niffenegger; Mr. John R. Hoydon; Mr. Herrold V. Mann, secretary; Mr. Arthur Dovis, president; Dr. Dwight M. Davis, superintendent; Mrs. Rollond E. Grefe; Mr. Merle F. Schlampp; Dr. George Caudill. WANDA MEFFERT Registrar MARGE OVERHOLSER Steno-Secretary RUTH EASON Attendance Clerk MILDRED HOLLAND Steno-Clerk Office Staff is Necessary For Efficiency Though the youth of North are not quite as directly in- volved with them, the office staff is responsible for much of the efficiency of the school. Preparing absence lists, keeping records of students, mimeographing materials, doing secre- tarial work, and keeping accounts for the school and clubs are just a few of the jobs that keep them busy. Often unaware, students receive jobs and college acceptances because of the hard work the office staff has done to keep accurate records. The daily announcements are given over the P.A. JEAN FULLER Steno-Clerk —26— (NOT PICTURED) JODY McCOMBS T.V. Aide JO BROWNELL T.V. Aide Library, Nurse, Study Hall Are All a Part of North Research papers, book reports, and debates are just a few of the assignments that caused North students to use the 10,180 books in the library. Being an important part in the learning process, the library contains books on a wide variety of subjects that range from Cricket ' s Song to The War for the Union. By diligently working in the reading lab during their study hall, many students have improved their reading speed and comprehension. Nobody is in perfect health all of the time, so Mrs. Fjelde is prepared to take care of students on the days that they have an earache, sore throat, fever, queasy stomach, or any other illness it is possible to get. Keeping health records on the stu- dents and writing gym excuses are also a part of her job. The mumble of students talking, the grind of the pencil sharpener, the scuffling of students walking around the room, and the yelling at the students to keep quiet are just a few of the sounds that are familiar to a student in study hall. Though many found it a time to talk or get some sleep, others used it to get their homework done so that they made better grades. By doing this, they learned to use their time as a youth beneficially. HELEN MORISON Iowa State Teachers College Univ. of Denver, B.S. Drake Univ., M.S. BEULAH FJELDE Northwestern School of Nursing, R.N. Drake, B.S. VELMA MELCHER Study Hall Tipton Junior College, Univ. of Iowa, Drake MURIEL BANDY Study Hall St. Olaf College, B.A. JOANN DWIERE Library Clerk PHYLLIS SELLERS Librarian Iowa State Univ., B.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Chicago Above: The office staff keeps busy working all day. Below: Mrs. Fjelde examines a pa- tient ' s throat. school life a time to laugh . . . to fiave a friend and discover the art of being a friend to enjoy the activities and spirit of youth. For the students and faculty members, North High School is more than just an institution of learning; it is an integral part of their lives. Shared experiences, laugh- ter, excitement and friendships will always rank among fond memories. The 1967 State Basketball Tournament, and all the excitement, spirit and pep that accompanied it, the pink and green homecoming float which took hours to com- plete and carried a lovely queen, Virginia Palcic, the many after game mixers and hootenanys, assemblies, a successful pancake day, Circus Town, the sixth avenue bridge opening, and the Rev. Bob Richards words, " High- er, Swifter, Stronger, " are all a part of North High and a part of this time of youth. —29— Spirit And Pep Spirit and pep are driving factors of youth during the high school years. At North High during the 1966-67 school year pep and spirit abounded. The feel- ing was present throughout all phases of school activitiy. In classrooms, extra ac- tivities before and after school, games, and dances the feeling was the essence of North High students. It was a feeling which tied students together during the state tournament time and for all other phases of sports activities. Pre-tournament time saw spirit rise to a feverish pitch. A Mum Day was held prior to the sub-state battle against Roosevelt, and the resulting effort was very successful. Northites supported the school in various ways. " Go North " pins, state tournament ribbons, T-shirts made especially for the state tournament and a bill board culminated the efforts of many. State tournament time saw all students tied together with much spirit and vi- brance. A fierce pride was displayed at all times even when the North High team lost. Win or lose, all students displayed a fine attitude and respect that charac- terizes good school spirit. Joyce Hota, Jeannine Tucker and Sherri Griffin exhibit the vibrant spirit which wos typical of North High cheerleaders. Pictured below are the rest of the cheerleading squad pictured here at the football bonfire. Left to right: Mary Greaves, Carol Bethel, Karen Keener, Joyce Hata, and Linda Warrick. Not pictured, Pat Matzke. —30— Rev. Bob Richards Comes To North High Bob Richards folks to Dr. Wetter on his arrival at North. " Higher, Swifter, Stronger " Exemplifying the feeling and spirit of youth would take a man of outstanding qualifies and tireless energy. Setting up programs and helping the youth of today add to this man ' s numerous qualities. These qualities tied together with a fine personality and an outstanding back- ground point to a man North High had the pleasure of greeting and briefly knowing Kris Stewart and Judy Taylor are two very happy North High girls as they receive autographs from Bob Richards. This man the Rev. Bob Richards. In his brief stay made possible by the North High Booster Club, Rev. Richards left and gained many impressions. In a speech before the student body he told how to set your goals high, to have determination and desire, and to appreciate what you do attain in life. Rev. Richards ' interest and ability in sports were demonstrated as he worked out with the football team during a practice session. In the same night he presented a speech entitled " Heart of a Champion " to the public. Rev. Richards words of " higher, swifter, stronger " will remain with Northites who were present to see and hear this truly vibrant man. Varied Themes Highlight Year ' s Assemblies Various and interesting themes highlighted this year ' s assemblies. Simplicity Pat- terns sponsored an all girl fashion show given by the homemaking department. Simon and Gardenia portrayed by Dick Gordon and Steve Ol- son were featured at many pep assemblies, in which the band and cheerleaders also perform- ed. Numerous assemblies backing the basketball team in their trip to the state tourna- ment were held during state tournament time. Joe Milton Moore spoke at an induction assembly for Quill and Scroll, his topic was " Stay in Your Own Lane and You Won ' t Get Spiked. " The Atomic Energy Commission presented a colorful and interesting assembly with topics ranging from every- day things to complex ideas. Kathy Vogel, upper left, seems sparked with interest during the AEC assembly. Other assemblies included the NE Missouri State Band, and the Lincoln Boys and Girls glee clubs. Two of the most important assemblies were held in the change of principals. A welcoming assem- bly was held for Wendell Webb as he replaced Dr. Donald Wetter as North High principal. Dr. Wetter was honored at a later time before the entire student body. —33— Tri Colored Float and Theme Shangri-La Highlight Homecoming 1966 Extra activities comprise a large part of our youth. Dances are a part of these activities. Hcmscoming is always a memorable and warm event. North High ' s homecoming for 1966 was a fine event for all who attended. A colorful float made from pink, white and green crepe paper carried the senior queen candidates. It was constructed in the shape of a football field with goal posts at one end. The float was constructed in the weeks before home- coming by students willing to donate their time and effort. The homecoming game Roosevelt, with the North losing end. was played against High team on the The queen candidates and princesses were introduced at half time as they rode on the float around the track. The North band played " Little Bit of Luck " for the queen candidates and the marchers formed a crown and a four leaf clover. The homecoming dance took place on the following night and activities were centered around the theme " Shangri La. " Don Hoy ' s dance band provided the music while the social committee provided decorations and refresh- ments. Virginia Palcic was crowned queen and Randy Campbell was chosen Mr. Football. Homecoming Queen Virginio Palcic and Mr. Football Randy Campbell. Homecoming Queen Virginia Palcic and her court reigned during the Homecoming dance and game. The court consisted of Sophomore Carol Jessen, Junior Gwen Waterman, Senior Patty Rector, Queen Virginia Palcic, Senior Marcia Collins, J unior Judy McCann, and Sophomore Deanna Bergman. —34— Projects, Float, Bridge-opening, Are Part Of School Year 6th Avenue Bridge Opening Ws Pictured above and below are the Castle Gate Singers which entertained North stu- dents at an after-game mixer. The Plaid Lads at left portray a pantomime to the delight and enjoyment of North stu- dents. Castle Gate Singers, During our youth or as we are called the younger generation we feel a desire to relieve our tensions and relax to the music and moods that satisfy our yearning. The beat goes on in many ways for North stu- dents. The relaxation and fun provided in after-game mixers help to coordinate all school activities. Comedy as well as folk and the " in sounds " brightened the atmosphere of this year ' s after-game activities. The Spartans and the Midnight Suns provided the " in sounds " to the enjoyment of Northites while the Castle Gate Singers provided a more subdued mood with folk music. Com- edy was also present along with pantomime in the form of the Plaid Lads of which Jim Larson and Rick Hall are members. Subdued lighting and colored lights helped to stimulate the new and different atmosphere at the mixers. The Castle Gate Singers were highlighted with blue and red lighting effects while the other performers played in hushed lighting. ft fl Spartans, Midnight Suns, and Plaid Lads Brighten Mixer Atmosphere —37— Taking a view of the 1967 Spinster ' s Spree revealed a kaleidoscope picture of color and a variety of costumes. The North High cafeteria was trans- formed into the type of atm osphere that rivaled the sights and sounds of the circus. Costumes seen were human cracker jack boxes, organ grinders, lions, clowns, balloon sales- men, and little boys and girls. Tom Baird and Lolly Johnson were awarded first prize for the best costumes as they were dressed as sailors inside of cracker jack boxes. Entertainment was furnished by the Berries situated in a setting bathed in colored lights and decorations of multi colored paper and streamers. Committee chairmen for the Spree were Joyce Hata and Ruth Staffer. The Spinster Spree Theme of Circus Town time for talent a time to discover . . . to recognize your talents and to develop them to bring pleasure to yourself and others Many individuals possess a talent or skill which if developed would bring much enjoyment and pleasure to themselves and others. The North student body sports many such individuals who have applied and developed their talents. Some have dramatic and musical ability and have de- veloped their talents to the extent that they have pro- duced a play, a musical, an excellent band and orchestra and first rate vocal music groups. Others have talents which lie in the field of writing and have applied these talents in journalism to produce the Oracle and Polar Bear. Artistic talents are possessed by some who express themselves through their work in North ' s art department. Still others possess talents which they put to use while serving as Oracle bookkeepers. There are many other individuals who have the knack for generating spirit and enthusiasm, and who also possess special talents. These individuals serve as North ' s cheerleaders, majorettes, f lagtwirlers, and pep kadets. There are also those who are talented in the art of synchronized swimming. These girls have been members of the Dolphin Club which produced an excellent swim- ming show. Youth is the time to develop these special talents which are the foundation of well rounded individuals. As the two lovers, Mari Roe, Miranda; and Paul Deneson, Ferd- inand, converse; their father portrayed by Dave Worden gives his approval. Onlookers are Jules Gray, as Ariel, and Phil Sams, as Caliban. The spirits are Ceres, Pat Siepman; Juno, Linda Coon; and Iris, Kathi Blomquist. CAST Phil Nordaker Paul Deneson Gene Velvick Dave Worden Scott Faulkner Craig Nordaker George Paulson Joe Battles Jim Fogarty Dean Stonehocker Steve Peters Russ Hall Mari Roe Jules Gray Phil Sams Linda Coon Pat Siepman Kathi Bloomquist Mike Stoll Jeff Creger Craig Bancroft Dancers — Georgia Ramey, Cindy Olmsteod, Sally Cervi, Ruth Wright, Bev Swartz, Mary Silk, Joyce Hata, Lolly Johnson, Linda Mintle, Jeon Sondquist, Ann Wood, Bev Roseland. Alonzo Ferdinand Sebastian Prospero Antonio Gonzalo Adrian Francisco Stephano _ Trinculo Master of a Ship A Boatswain Miranda Ariel Caliban — Juno _ _ Ceres Iris Other Spirits. Drama Department Presents " The Tempest " The North Drama Department presented their fall play " The Tempest " by William Shakespeare on the evenings of October 27 and 29. Differences in the language Shake- speare used presented the students with many difficulties. Their time and effort though made the play a success. The director was John Thompson, dramatics teacher. The leads were played by Mari Rae, as Miranda daughter of Prospero, Duke of Milan played by Dave Worden, and Ferdinand played by Paul Deneson. Humor was added to the play by Dean Stonehocker who was Trinculo, and Phil Sams who was Caliban, a monster. Caliban, a monster is portrayed by Phil Sams; Stephano, a drunken butler portrayed by Jim Fogarty; and Trinculo, a jester by Dean Stonehocker. —42— Drama Classes Give One Act Plays Experience in acting and speak- ing, learning to perform before an audience and gaining knowledge in dramatic impressions are a few of the reasons why the first semester drama students at North present one-act plays each year. The plays given this year were rehearsed during classroom time and the costumes and props were planned by the members of the cast. John Thompson, dramatics teach- er, supervised and directed the casts during their rehearsals. Study hall and English students were invited to attend the plays given first, third, and fourth periods during the week before and after Kathy Worster, Jim Fogarty, Julie Wilson, Mary Ridgeway, Steve Rinard. Spring vacation. Mike Mintle, Barb Largent, Don Steele, Linda Coons, Mike Babbit. —43— Daisy Mae, Li ' l Abner and Dogpatchers On the evening of April 28, 29, the North High auditorium was transformed into " Dog- patch U.S.A. " as the successful production of " Little Abner " was staged. The musical, directed by John Thompson, centered around Daisy Mae ' s pursuit of Little Abner. The cast, involving over 100 North students, practiced long hours in order to achieve excellence. AT THE YOKUM CABIN — LI ' I Abner, Mammy Yokum, Pappy Yokun ond Daisy Mae. CAST Lonesome Polecat Bob Boughman Hairless Joe Bill Steffey Scraggs Russ Hall, Loren Miller, Ron Person Moonbeam McSwine Judy Rosenberg Marryin ' Sam Jim Fogarty Earthquake McGoon Joe Smith Daisy Mae Debbie Rutz Pappy Yokum Jules Gray Mammy Yokum Barb Parisho Abner Yokum _ Rick Hall Cronies Alan Dyer, Phil Sams, Kerry Killinger, Sam Leong Mayor Dawgmeat Scott Faulkner Senator Phogbound Craig Bancroft Dr. Finsdale Phil Nordaker Government Man Mike Babbit Available Jones Sam Genovese Stupefyin ' Jones Kathy Bennett Colonel Paul Deneson General Bullmoose Dave Lingwall Secretaries George Paulson, Dennis Miner, Bruce Palmer Appassionata Von Climax Linda Mintle Evil Eye Fleagle Mike Stoll Dr. Smithborn Sam Leong Dr. Krogmeyer Bill Byas Mr. Southwicke . Craig Nordaker The Wives Cathy Mardis, Kathy Comito, Bev Swartz. Marcia Minear, Jan Larson, Ruth Kellis The Husbands Dennis Miner, Bruce Palmer, Larry Swigert, Jim Latham, Mike Woodyard, Eric Youngberg The Converted Husbands Jim Larson, George Paulson, Joel Mortensen, John Grazier, Tom Powell, Skip Stitzell Creighton the Butler Craig Rogers Dogpotch U.l —44— Are Featured in Spring Musical GOVERNMENT TESTING LABORATORY — The Husbands, Larry Swigert, Eric Youngberg, Bruce Palmer, Mike Woodyord, Dennis Miner, Jim Latham; Mr. Southwickle, Craig Nordaker; The Scientists, Sam Leong, Bill Byos, and Phil Nordaker. Daisy Mae is portrayed by Debbie Rutz and LI ' I Abner by Rick Hall. PUT EM BACK — Paul Deneson, Kathy Comito, Bev Swartz, Jan Lar- son, Cathy Mordis, Ruth Kellis, Marcia Minear. AT THE FISHING HOLE — Kerry Killinger, Sam Leong, Rick Hall, Alan Dyer, and Phil Sams. —45— Craig Bancroft as Senator Phogbound, Judy Rosen- berg as Moonbeam McSwine, and Scott Faulkner as Mayor Dawgmeat. Glee Clubs and Choir Row One — Borb Porisho, Karen Leong, Ruth Kellis, Bev Swartz, Pat Glass nger, Don Smith. Row Two — Lindo Dickson, Kothy Mordis, Comille Seoton, Marcio Mineor, Judy Rosenberg, Lorry Shaffer, Darnell William;. Row Three — Alice Reardon, Diana Hermann, Sheryl Johnson, Ellen Balzer, Marilyn Hill, Dale Dawson, Kerry Killinger, Scott Faulkner, Virgi ' Norfleet. Row Four — Kathy Snodgross, Pat Lovig, Doris Powers, Fae Spiller, Jean Barnard, Julie Snyder, Loren Miller, George Paulson, Russ Hall, Jim Potrick. Hard work and continuous practice brought succes; to the North High A Cappella choir, boy ' s and girl ' s glee clubs this year. The A Cappella choir had the opportunity to make an appearance at the East Des Moines Businessmen ' s Club, and on KDPS, to perform the Requiem, a mass for the dead. The choir also appeared as the Dog- patchers in the spring musical " L ' il Abner. " The Girl ' s Glee Club presented the " Ceremony of Carols " to the student body of North High and Irving Junior High. The vocal instructor is Miss Donna Emmons. Row One — Gerald Hoffman, Harry Webb-Bey, Floyd Epton, Jules Gray, Dwight Gains, Alan Dyer, Ron Brooks, Darnell Williams, La Mar Henry, Ray Beattie, Bruce Palmer. Row Two— Larry Swigert, David Worden, Dan Phoenix, Ron Person, William Morris, Steve Elliott, Bob Banghman, Paul Wyman, Dove Morris. Row Three — Paul Hohlstein, David Lewis, Rex Kinkade, Jim Pierick, Virgil Norfleet, and Phil Sams. —46— Have a Successful Season 1 ■ Row One — Larry Swigert, Dennis Miner, Sam Leong, Marcia Phipps, Judy Hobson, Koren McQuiston. Row Two— Phil Sams, Bruce Palmer, Alan Dyer, Tracey Howe, Linda Rose, Joyce Vanderlinden, Raissa Sarantschin, Kathy Spring. Row Three — Croig Nordaker, Jim Forgarty, Jane Anderson, Barb McLaughlin, Debbie Rutz, Delores Wiese, Corol Bethel, Kathy Cram. Row Four — Dave Lingwall, Dave Lewis, Ron Person, Jon Larson, Sue Stewart, Mory Ashton, Jon Forret, Delaine McKroy, Ellen Hansen. Row One — Julie Wilson, Connie Carpenter, Bev Barsness, Mary McCrea, Bobbie Kellis, Colleen Wolker, Helen Roth, Sue Bowlsby. Row Two — Janice Collier, Celeste Hood, Lucy Patterson, Teressa Steele, Becky Wood, Fay Hickman, Elaine Singleton, Cleone Butler. Row Three — Sharon La- Forge, Peggy Russell, Jonet Sonnenburg, Sandy Beougher, Betty McEwen, Annetta Williams, Bar- bara Stewart, Jessica May, Brenda Bethel. Row Four — Chris Fredegill, Connie Martin, Pot Lovig, Marilyn Gordon, Lynn Schwerin, Velma Reeves, Teressa Fox, Pot Atkins, Sue McNeley. Row One — Bev Swartz, Mickey Western, Jane Vosburg, Chris Wilson, Itsuko Tonabe, Linda Sassotelli, Kathy Price, Diane Linn. Row Two- Donna Watermon, Marilyn Grovenburg, Pat Westby, Kothy Tierney, Patti Nitfenegger, Char- lotte Ryan, Vickie Spriggs, Carlot ta Brewer, Kathy Spring. Row Three — Marilyn Johansen, Dorothy Phores, Pam Tschantz, Kothy Comito, Sandy Kal- sem, Karen Seals, Barb Hansen, Karen Grigsby, Judy Rosenburg. Row Four — Judy Bartlett, Marta Trout, Martha Sage, Sandy Nicholson, Jan Phipps, Shirley Lovig, Pot Wood, Linda Nemo. —47- ■ ,T„ , Lin, ■ Row 1 Lee Willioms, Steve Henry, Kothy Worster, Lewis Von Hoosear, Lourie Jensen, Debbie Rutz. Row 2 — Kothy Vogel, Bob Klover, Peggy Spates Gory Henry, Karen Gnewikow, Larry Gnewikow, Bill Byos, Bill Edwards, Wayne Fisher, Alan Janssen. Row 3 — Carol Lacey, Jeon Dene- son, Ruth Ann Wright, Gwen Cogley, Tom Dickinson, Jack Shepard, Dennis Peterson, Leroy Chotfield, Bob Neddermon, Sue Royal, Steve Milton. Row 4 — Tom Lory, Linda Standing, Marcio Moore, Pot McCarville, Morgaret Rieff, Jill Brodeen, John Gillaspey, Rick Davenport, Scott Crawford, Gary Schwab, Lorry Johnson, Tim Rutz, Janet Ellsworth, Craig Clark, Jules Gray, Beth Brandt, John Swartz. North Takes Pride in The " One more time! " " Up, two, kick, four, " are familiar com- mands the North High band hears while marching on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings. The band also practices every sixth period. Under the direction of Karl Killinger and Drum Major Kerry Killinger, the band partici- pated in the Armed Forces Parade, the Drake Relays Parade, the Pel la Tulip Festival, and the opening of the Sixth Avenue Bridge. Other than parades, the N.H.S. marchers entertained at the football and basketball half- times. After the final football performance, all band members formed Mr. Killinger ' s ini- tials and presented him with a golf caddy. All of the band ' s hard work has proved to be successful in this year ' s performances. Band Director Karl Killinger and Drum Major Kerry Killinger. Row One — Marcia Gilliland, Mary Lou Ashton, Ann Marcia Welsh, Sue Bowlsby, Kathy Darling, Cheryl Storck. Row Two — Bruce Potter, Karen Iver- son, David Oliver, Croig Rogers, Mike Cox, Georgia Ramey, Penny Schwab, Sharon Seward, Diane Johnson, Sheril Meisheid, Peggy Davis. Row Three — Debbie Roush, Kerry Killinger, Tim Morrison Bob Hall, Kris Hokanson, Bob Schatz, Rollie Bromhall, Mike Nodland, Morlys Dunohoo, Marlin Willis Saroh Medaris, Mike McPherson. Row Four — John Tinker, Dave McGinnis, Ken Jurgens, Gory Anderson, Tom Hill, Dean Gillaspey, Jim Ellenberger Alan Lander, Garry Bergman, Bob Jewitt, Jim Birkenholz, Mike Woodyard, Steve Budrevich, Joel Mortensen. Row Five — Ken Martin, John Roberts ' Marcia Davis, and Mr. Karl Killinger. Number One Marching Band During the half time performance at the North vs. Dowlmg football game, the Band, Pep Kodets, and Flagtwirlers form o fiddle as the band plays selections from " The Sound of Music. " — 49— Row 1 — Margaret Rieff, Jean Bent, Dave Ayers, Betty McEwen, Marcia GMIiland, Ann Marie Welsh, Kathy Darling, Cheryl Storck. Row 2 — Pat Johnson, Judy Bartlett, Mark Stuart, Sam Leong, Bill Byas, Bill Edwards, Wayne Fisher, Alan Janssen, Rollie Bromhall, Mike McPherson, Steve Henry, Lee Williams, Lewis Van Hoosear. Row 3 — Kathy Spring, Terri Bierma, Denise Darner, Steve Budrevich, Steve Milton, Kerry Killinger, Debbie Roush. Row 4 — Janet Ellsworth, Morcio Davis, Tim Rutz, Craig Clark, Beth Brandt, Pat McCarville, Debbie Rutz, and Karl Killinger. Orchestra Gives Excellent Performances This year ' s orchestra gave an excellent performance in the spring musical presen- tation, L ' il Abner. Another presentation of the orchestra was given for the student body during the Christmas season. Under the leadership of Karl Killinger the orchestra has worked hard each day during fifth period to achieve the point of perfection. Karl Killinger is drilling the orchestra in a typical fifth hour practice. —50— Dolphins Work Hard To Achieve Excellent Club Row One — Vicki Shofer, Mary Silk, Bev Swartz, Linda Mintle. Row Two — Miss Marilyn Quinn, Maggie Leveke, Sue McGlothlen, Karen Finley, Judy Hobson. Row Three — Patty Borsetti, Pam Bethel, Comille McLeod, Kristy Stewort, Sue Stewart. Row Four — Margaret Rieff, Sue Stoner, Debbie Walters, Mary Van Dam, Dianna Leveke. Row One — Sheryl Veenschoten, Mary Watson, Jane Perry, Jane Rew, Joan Taggart. Row Two — Dee Redic, Kay Bumpilori, Kathy Kness, Cheryl Wotkins. Row Three — Alice Reardon, Barb Sidoner, Karen Van Dorn, Martha Leo, Deeanne Veenschoten. Row Four — Marcia An- derson, Tona Roff, Karen Stephens, Terri Brox- meyer, Patsy McQuiston. I " m Officers for this year ' s Dolphin Club were (left to right) Linda Mintle, secretary; Mary Silk, treasurer; Vicki Shafer, vice president; Bev Swartz, president. —51 — With hard work and long practices the synchronized swimmers of North have achieved an excellent club. Under the leadership of Bev Swartz, president and Miss Marilyn Quinn, spon- sor the Dolphins have had many accom- plishments, they have participated in state swimming meets and ranked high in the state. The club held its first annual banquet this year in October, and the members were presented with pins and charms. Their annual project, the Dolphin show, was held in April. This year ' s Dolphins also had a pizza party to promote organ- ization unity. Queen ' s court members were Mory Silk, Vicki Mintle. Row 2 — Dianno Leveke, Camille McLeod, Stcner, Mory Von Dam, and Debbie Wolter. Shafer, Bev Swartz Potty Borsett Linda Row 3 — Sue The Dolphins Present Gladiators, king ' s servants, fishermen, mon- sters, princesses, and a chariot race were all a part of this year ' s Dolphin presentation of " All Roads Lead to Rome. " Under the direction of their sponsor, Miss Marilyn Quinn, the Dolphins presented their show on April 6, 7, and 8. The Queen ' s Court featured Bev Swartz. Her court was composed of seniors Linda Mintle, Vicki Shafer, and Mary Silk; juniors Camille McLeod, Diane Leveke, and Patty Barsetti ; and sophomores Debbie Walter, Sue Stoner, and Mary Van Dam. The Club began practicing early in November to prepare for the show. All routines were composed by the Dolphins. This year ' s officers were Bev Swartz, presi- dent; Vicki Shafer, vice-president; Linda Mintle, secretary; and Mary Silk, treasurer. First team portrayed the Parade of the Guards. Bev Swartz, Dianna Leveke, Maggie Leveke, Vicki Shafer, Camille McLeod, Mary Silk, and Sue McGlothen. Not pictured is Linda Mintle. Second team were the Ruler ' s Dancers. Front row are Margaret Rieff, Judy Hobson, Debbie Walter, Sue Stewort, and Mary Van Dam. Row 2 — Karen Finley, Sue Stoner, and Kris Stewart. —52— AH Roads Lead to Rome The Grecian Urns wer Mart.n, ond Mary Greav Iram, Linda Stonfield, Nan Lynn Parrish, Connie One of the main highlights of this year ' s show was soloist Linda Mintle who portrayed a Reman Dream. At the banquet were Vicki Shofer, Linda Mintle, Mary Silk, ond Bev Swartz. The Sun Goddesses were Martha Leo, Diane May, Kay Bumpilori, Morcia Anderson, DeeAnn Veenschoten, Sheryl Veenschoten, Tono Roff. Row 2 — Joon Toggart, Patsy McQuiston, Karen Von- Dorn, Kathy Kness, Janet Rew, Jane Pierick, Barb Sidoner, Dee Redic, Alice Reardon, and Sherry Wotkins. —53- Alan Lindsley Heads Fall Oracle Staff Page planning, writing, pasting and deadlines are all important pro- cedures in the process of publishing the school paper, THE NORTH HIGH ORACLE. Under the direction of Walter Barnett, adviser, and Alan Lindsley, J0MH editor, the Fall Oracle Staff received a first place ranking in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and an International A from Quill and Scroll for an excellent school coverage paper. The Spring Oracle was continued under the leadership of editor Vicki Shafer. The members of both the spring and fall staffs have spent many hours in concentration and hard work to achieve this goal of having a superior paper. ALAN LINDSLEY Editor in Chief Jeonnine Tucker Sandi Jugenheimer Vicki Lofquist Barb McLeod Dort Brown Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Feature Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Ken Hayes Janis McCollum Ruth McCann Brenda McNeeley Anna Smith Sports Editor Sports Editor Page Editor Page Editor Mailing Editor Debbie Collins Carolyn Hopkins Loren Miller Roger Sanders Advertising Manager Mailing Editor Photographer Photographer Vicki Shafer Edits Spring Oracle Rosanne Webb Feature Editor Nancy Underwood Feature Editor Amy Richardson Assistant Editor VICKIE SHAFER Editor in Chief Steve Bump Sports Editor Ken Hayes Sports Editor Ted Johnson Sports Editor Richard Lewis Sports Editor Bruce Shuck Sports Editor Linda Barsetti Page Editor Barb Cox Page Editor Jonis Kolling Page Editor Pat Matzke Page Editor Patty Nichols Page Editor Rick Fredericksen Advertising Manager Sheryl Johnson Advertising Manager Pom Hall Mailing Editor Carolyn Hopkins Mailing Editor Roger Sanders Photographer —55— Yearbook Reflects the Youth of North To capture the true activities and spirit of youth at North High School and to create a mem- ory book of the year ' s events, teachers, friends, and activities has been the main goal of the 17 staff members who have spent many long hours in the planning and preparation of the 1967 Polar Bear. To do this the book ' s basic format was modi- fied and two new sections were added. The staff concentrated not only on compiling a complete and accurate record of the year ' s events but also on conveying what significance these events were to the building and maturity of youth. MARGIE BEATTIE Editor in Chief Bob Schotz Photographer Barb McLeod Academics Editor Ruth McCann Talents Editor Vicki Lofquist Special Recognition Editor Dart Brown Sports Editor Alan Lindsley School Life Editor Debbie Collins Organizations Editor Janis McCollum Organizations Editor Pat Lovig Advertising Manager Loren Miller Sports Editor Paulette Lorber Advertising Manager Helen Roth Senior Section Sondi Jugenhiemer Senior Section Anna Smith Senior Section Linda Summa Senior Section Diana Crank Senior Section Oracle Bookkeepers Keep Accurate Records Keeping records of advertisements that appear in the Oracle and Polar Bear, and sending out bills to individual advertisers are the duties of the Oracle bookkeepers. These are chosen on the basis of ability and skill in the area of record keeping. Miss Phyllis Phoenix is the adviser for the group and oversees all work. The Oracle bookkeepers are Vicki Lane, Carolyn Baker, and Vicki Kallansrud. Their faculty adviser was Phyllis Phoenix. Art Inspires Youth Many individuals have talents which lie in the field of creative art. North ' s art department provides the students with many opportunities to build on their cre- ative skill. Crafts and basic art classes are available for the student to pursue. In crafts the student may develop his talents by weaving a rug, making a ring or bracelet, molding a statue out of clay, or making a picture from mosaic tiles. Art classes are centered mostly around individual technique and style. The stu- dent is given the chance to develop this by painting and drawing still life pictures. These classes have been instructed by Henry Kester, crafts teacher, and Mrs. Gloria Kersbergen, art instructor. Skillfully demonstrating jewelry making are Larry Morrison and Bob Kennedy. —57— Forming a " T " for all our hard working teams are the Va-sity Cheerleaders, Sherry Griffin, Corol Bethol, Karen Keener, Mary Greaves, Joyce Hota, Jeannine Tucker, Linda Warrick (captain), and Pat Motzke. Cheerleaders Promote Spirit, Pride, The happy and enthusiastic Siepmon, and Judy Taylor. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are Gwen Waterman, Pat —58— Youth is a time for an enthusiastic spirit, and a time for leadership. The North High cheerleaders, varsity and junior varsity, have an opportunity to develop and display these qualities at the various athletic events throughout the year. The Varsity cheerleaders, which num- ber eight, led the pep section in spirited yells and cheers at all football and bas- ketball games. They also led the student body in cheers and the school song at all- school assemblies. Linda Warrick served as captain of the cheerleaders this year and along with one other cheerleader marched with the band at various parades. The Junior Varsity cheerleaders per- formed at all swimming and wrestling meets, and helped the sophomore cheer- leaders develop their skill by assisting them at the sophomore football games. The sophomore cheerleaders ore Dee Ann Veenschoten, Lindo Dickson, Peggy Russell, Vonderlyere Watkins, Patty Blumer, Patrice Kallen, Kothy Quick, and Karen Stephens. And Pep at Athletic Events This year ' s sophomore cheer- leaders have done excellent work in promoting spirit at all the sophomore football and basketball games. These girls were chosen in the fall of 1966 by a panel of eight judges. Each girl was selected for her performance in coordination, her enthusiasm, poise, and voice. Their faculty adviser was Mary Helen Muell. Cheerleaders are enthusiastically promoting school spirit at Roosevelt vs. North basketball game. —59— Ropejumpers Continue the North High Tradition Disploying their skills are Morilyn Upchurch, Marcia Phipps, Raelenc Ohm, Cathy Coster, Patty Barsetti, Brenda Molsberry, Linda Voegtlin and Suzanne Sheets. Coached by Miss Marilyn Quinn, the Ropejumpers have continued the tradition which was originally started by Mrs. Theresa Anderson in 1942. This season the girls have had numer- ous performances. They entertained at the Ohio vs. Iowa State basketball game, the Drake vs. Louisville game, the Girl ' s State Basketball Tournament, and the Dairy Jobbers and Distributors Convention. Co-captains, Marilyn Upchurch and Suzanne Sheets are responsible for all routines. Practices are held two nights a week and have a sixth hour drill three days a week. The tolented North High Ropejumpers ore (Row One) Marilyn Upchurch and Sue Sheets, co-captoins; Cathy Coster; (Row Two) — Linda Voegtlin, Raelenc Ohm, Patty Barsetti ond Marcia Phipps. Row One — Suzanne Wohlwend, Rachel Mayberry, Linda Luxen, Kathy Spring, Marcia Collins. Row Two — Virginio Palcic, Jean Spratt, Merri Wat- son, Julie Hughes, Sue Stewart, Barb McLeod. Flagtwirlers, Majorettes Are an Asset to the Band The twelve flagtwirlers and four majorettes were a great asset to the North Band this year as they performed at half time at football and basketball games and various parades. Twirling routines for the flagtwirlers were composed by Captain Barb McLeod, marching routines by Karl Killinger, band director. Sue Sheets, Majorette captain worked out twirling routines for her girls while Mr. Killinger worked out the marching. The girls practiced their routines three mornings a week and every day sixth hour. A lot of hard work and effort went into the routines. The Pert and Perky Majorettes are Janis Leary, Sheri Mileur, Brenda Molsberry, and Suzonne Sheets. — 61 — Under the direction of Col. Cathy Caster, assisted by Marilyn Upchurch, the Pep Kadets add color and ex- citement to the school foot- ball and basketball games. They practice three morn- ings a week and have a sixth hour marching period. All Pep Kadets were chosen on the basis of their ability to march, poise, and drill facings. SENIOR PEP KADETS — Row One — Ruth McCann, Marilyn Upchurch, Donna Sawhill, Pot Glossinger. Row Two — Nancy Wike, Diana Crank, Katie Wolverton, Cathy Caster. Row Three Barb Cox, Vicki Lofauist, Potty Rector, Linda Teater. Pep Kadets Add Color . . . In addition to adding color to the half-time entertain- ment, the Pep Kadets have had the honor of represent- ing North in the Armed Forces parade, the Drake Relays parade, the opening of the Sixth Avenue bridge, and attending the Pella Tulip Festival Parade. Flog Coptoin, Barb Mcleod; Pep Kadet Colonel, Cathy Caster; and Majorette Captoin, Suzanne Sheets; salute their girls tor their fine work. . . . and Enthusiasm to Games organizations a time to belong . . . to join a club and gain new ideas to serve the school and community To develop leadership qualities, to serve the community and school, to gain new ideas, new friendships, and to have new experiences are a few of the reasons why students join one of many organizations and committees at North. Being a member of these organizations provide youth with an opportunity to develop interests and abilities. If one has interests in art he may benefit him- self and the school by becoming a member of art committee, ability to speak a foreign language may be more fully developed by joining one of the three language clubs. A student may gain valuable experience while helping others by becoming a tutor or I rving tutor. One may also gain information about future occupations by joining future secretaries, teach- ers, homemakers, or health careers. Organizations have many things to offer to youth, the chance to develop interests, to serve others, and also to have a good time with friends. Council Strives To Promote Student Government R cw 1 — Peggy Spates, Patrice Kalleen, Nancy Holste, Laura Fong, Gloria Barker. Row 2 — Don Morris, Mike Jorgenson L ouis Van Hoosear Rochel Moyberry, Karen Leong, Joyce Waterman, Brenda McNeeley, Potty Barsetti, Janet Ellsworth, Gordon Cox. Row 3 — Dick Rodine Phil Sams Janis McColl um, Ruth Frantz, Vicki Kallonsrud, Bob Rodine, Bob Luxen, Al Fiscus, Dee Gordon, Bill Schuermonn Joel Mortensen Penny Harris Jim Larson Row 4 — Scott McAdams, Steve Boyt, Sam Genovese, Jim Ellenberger, Ruth Stauffer, Paul Deneson, Ed White, Lee Williams. Representing the entire school body, the Student Council meets every Wednesday morning to discuss the activities, accomplishments, and problems of North High. The council is composed of home room presi- dents, committee chai rmen, the Oracle editor, Intra-City Student Council members, and the executive board. The first project for the fall Student Council and its president, Rick Hall, was sponsoring the sophomore mixer. In December a Santa Claus contest was held. Jars were set up in front of the office and students were to vote for their favorite candidate by placing money in the jar. With the proceeds the Student Council bought toys, books, and games for the recreation room at Blank Hospital. Members, along with the elected Santa Claus, Joe Smith, visited children in the hospital during Christmas vacation. In the spring David Hardy became the council ' s new sponsor. Headed by President Bill Schuermann, the spring Student Council conducted many activities which in- cluded sponsoring dances and open houses, purchasing a bill-board for the State Basketball Tournament and selling mums on Mum Day. This year several new amendments to the constitution were proposed and passed to better the efficiency of the Student Council. The establishment of two secretaries, new election procedures, and reorganization of many committees were among the major changes made. —66— Fall Officers C F RICK HALL President Spring Officers JIM LARSON Vice-President iILL SCHUERMANN President RONN NUSSBAUM Vice-President VICKI LOFQUIST Secretary BRENDA McNEELEY Secretary JEANNINE BLAIR Treasurer BARB COX Treasurer L( r» r» a Row 1 Rick Hall Ronn Nussboum, Jim Larson, Bill Schuermonn, Kris Stewart, Joyce Hata, Gwen Waterman, Peggy Barker, Noncy Holste. Row 2 — Mr David Hordie Gordon Cox, Mike Noble, Bob Luxen, Craig Hunter, Debbie Roush, Cam Murry, Janet Ellsworth, Steve Olson. Row 3— A Ion J onsen, Bill Edwords Deeanne Veenschoten Suzanne Wohlwend, Barb McLeod, Sue Teoter, Virginia Palcic, Jim Rossow, Don Doudna, Shawn Reynolds. Row 1 Penny Harris Brenda McNeeley, Melvin Weotherwax, Barb Cox, Don Morris, Rick Briggle Jeff Marck, Dave Kirchner, Jeff Gillom. Row 1 — Vicki Kallansrud Sheryl Johnson Karen Leong, Brenda Molsberry, Sue Taylor, Judy Mossholder, Carol Jessen, Marsha Davis, Sharon Becrttie, Sandra Bell Terri Broxmeyer, Linda Warrick. Row 3 — Marcia Filby, Bob Rodine, Dick Rodine, Jim Birkenholz, Sam Leong, Louis Van Hoosear, Joel Mortensen, Sandy Wright, Vicki ' shafer, Ruth Frantz, Jonis McCollum, Jonis Kolling, Jerry Collins. —67— Studcnr Council Committees Committees Promote Better Relationships The All-School Dance was one of the major projects of the Intra-City Student Council this year. Intra-City helps pro- mote better relationships between the seven high schools in Des Moines. North was represented by two mem- bers from each class who were elected by the Student Council in addition to the president and vice-president of our Stu- dent Council. INTRA-CITY — Row One — Box Luxen, Gordon Cox, Jack Reynolds. Row Two — Gwen Waterman, Lolly Johnson, Joel Mortensen, Penny Harris. Row Three — Ronn Nuss- baum, Jim Larson, Rick Hall, Vicki Shafer, Bill Schuermonn. FOREIGN EXCHANGE — Row One — Poulette Lorber, Corolyn Hopkins, Itsuko Tanobe, Helaine Oster, Karen Leong. Row Two — Joyce Hata, Julie Oliver, Susan Taylor, Delores Wiese, Morie Borzo, Janis McCollum. Row Three — Peggy Spates, Peggy Davis, Betty McEwen, Pat Lovig, Ruth Frantz, Mrs. Wilmeth, Sam Leong. FOREIGN EXCHANGE Pennies are collected each Tuesday in the home room to finance bringing a foreign student to North for a year. The Foreign Exchange Student Committee sponsors Penny Day as well as other activities which are of interest to its members and the foreign student. Each member of the committee is responsible for entertaining foreign student Itsuko Tanabe in an activity outside of school at least once during the year. Chairman of the committee was Janis McCollum, while Mrs. Elsie Wilmeth was faculty sponsor. —68— Judicial Board Regulates Students ' Activities Fall Judicial Board: Jim Larson, second row: Barb McLeod, Barb Cox, third row: Mark Haynes, Vicki Shafer, Joe Smith. Judicial Board was organized to apprehend and punish students performing acts detrimental to the building or the school ' s reputation. Changes in the student council constitution have been made this year to provide for a more efficient Judicial Board. Jim Larson and Ronn Nussbaum, as vice presidents of the Student Council in the fall and spring semesters respectively, served as heads of this board. All student council members were given the power to give out Judicial slips. Monitors were placed in the stu- dent center to give slips to students who littered, parking in an unauthorized parking space was also an offense which resulted in the receiving of a judicial slip. After receiving a slip the student must appear before court which was held Thursday ' s sixth period. Punishment for these acts ranged all the way from work in the library to pulling weeds for the coaches and custodians. Spring Judicial Board: Jack Reynolds, second row: Melvin Weatherwox, John Groizer, third row: Dan Bobenhouse, Ronn Nussboum, Don Steele, not pictured, Linda Barsetti. —69— Pep Board is responsible for promoting a wholesome enthusiasm for all the North High school sponsored activ- ities. The Spirit Week in the fall which included two as- semblies and a car parade, the bonfire before the East game, and the Hootenany were but a few of the various activities sponsored by Pep Board this year. Serving as president was Bob Rodine. The members of the board were heads of various activ- ities in the school. PEP BOARD — Row One — Linda Warrick, Linda Barsetti, Barb McLeod, Cothy Coster. Row Two — Kerry Killinger, Mr. Harry Mortensen, Bob Rodine. Pep Board, Art Committee Increase School Enthusiasm ART COMMITTEE — Row One — Alan McDermott, Steve Peters, Linda Warrick, Penny Harris, Linda Voeglin, Cherie Mortice, Sue Olson, Linda Halter- man, Terry Kirkwood. Row Two— Claudia Mayberry, Cindy Brondser, Margaret Wotson, Cathy Bloomquist, Bob Clabaugh. Row Three — Mike Har- rington, Maia Upenieks, Sandi Robee, Kathy Hummer. All of the art needs of the school are handled by the Art Committee. Chairman Penny Harris directed the various projects which included painting the weekly spirit signs, making posters, designing program covers, and helping with the scenery for the plays and the Dolphin Show. —70— Red Cross Committee Service projects such as entertain- ing at Younkers Rehabilitation Cen- ter, filling Christmas stockings for the needy and friendship kits for Viet Nam and promoting the United Campaign and Bundle Drive at North were sponsored by the Red Cross Committee. Vicki Kallansrud headed the com- mittee and Mrs. Frances Swett was the faculty adviser. Row 1 — Myrno Foster, jean Barnard, Vicki Kallansrud, Sheryl Swanson, Judi Rosenberg, Kathy Johnson. Row 2 — Pot Donner, Helen Roth, Lee Wallace, Lynn Grothe, Morilyn Eckmon. Row 3 — Connie McClish, Jean Lee, Borb Hanson, Barb Sidoner, Terri Bierma, Sandy Heggen, Mrs. Frances Swett. Scholarship Committee The Scholarship Committee is responsible for setting up the student tutoring system at the begin- ning of each semester and sponsoring the Scholar of the Month award. Ruth Frantz and Janis McCollom were co-chair- men for the committee for both semesters. Mrs. Joanne McKay served as sponsor. Row 1 — Belinda Moore, Ann Marie Welsh, Ruth Frantz, Janis McCollum. Row 2 — Jane Powell, Linda Bowman, Rachel Mayberry, Connie Donahue. Row 3 — Louie Von Hooseor, Bob Rodine, Don Doudno, Mrs. Joanne McKay. Finance Committee Handling the sale of Student Activity Tickets is the primary responsibility of the finance committee. Jeannine Tucker, who served as treasurer of the Fall Stu- dent Council, headed the drive which netted approximately $9,800. Row 1 — Karen Leong, Judy Hobson, Monica Lewis, Barb Cox. Row 2 — Mike Myers, Doug Mineor, Tom Miller, Melvin Weatherwax, Mr. Orval Knee. —71 — Mr. Ken Whitney, Robert Miller, Suzette Young, Denise King, Mary Manning, Leona Carizales, Johnny Thompson, Mr. Wendell Miskimins are all part of the Concession Stand Committee. Concession Stand Satisfies Student Hunger CONCESSION COMMITTEE The Concession Stand Workers serve students pop, candy, potato chips and other tempting goodies be- fore school and during the lunch periods in the Student Center. The downstairs ' concession stand is open a fter school and during the basketball games. The members of the Concession Committee volunteer for the work. They divide up their lunch hours and report to school early. Wendell Miskimins and Kenneth Whitney act as faculty sponsors. —72— Boys Serve in Auditoriun Making people heard is the primary function of the Public Address Committee. They work with the microphones and amplifying system in the auditorium during assemblies, plays, and trav- elogues. Mike Lake was chairman of the committee for both semesters under the sponsorship of Charles Lehfeld. Bill Mohr, Mike Lake, Kirby Sechoveck The Stage Crew, under the sponsorship of Leroy Par- sons, is responsible for the lighting and the building of sets for the stage, whenever it is needed. This includes for school plays, for the Christmas program, and for assemblies. Lynn Anderson served as chairman. r ow i Steve Gunson, Floyd Epton, Joe Bocon, Mike Stout, Alan Dyer, Mr. LeRoy Porson. Row 2 — Mike Garonson, Don Daup, ' Lynn Anderson, Alan McDermott, Steve Brockett, Kevin Brown. The movie operators ran the projector for the Boys ' Club showing of " Nevada Smith. " Members of the committee were Jim Birkenholz, Howard Grossnickle, Clif- ford Day, Dave Julstrom, and Ken Hahn. Clifford Day, Ken Hahn, Jim Birkenholz —73— Usher Committee Takes Tickets, Gives Programs, At School Events USHER COMMITTEE — Row 1 — Linda Warrick, Patty Nichols, Helaine Oster, Karen Leong. Row Two — Monica Lewis, Kathy Massman, Barb Roudebush, Helen Roth, Bob Matheny. Row Three — Mr. Robert Munch, Vicki Shafer, Linda Barsetti, Julie Hughes, Richard Lewis, Dave Lingwall. Throughout the school year various activities at North call for ushers; the members of the Usher committee fill this position. The committee functions at school plays, musical performances, baccalaureate, commencement, and other school events. Karen Leong served as chairman for both semesters this year, and Mr. Robert Munch and Mr. Larry Streyffeler were sponsors of the committee. " Shangri-La " and " Circus Town " Planned by Social Committee Row One — Evo Grimes, Sue Sheets, Tommy Bowlby, Joyce Hoto, Helaine Oster, Sue Gaudineer, Ruth McCann. Row Two — Gwen Waterman, Diane Cronk, Katie Wolverton, Cathy Coster, Julie Oliver, Marcia Minear, Linda Collins, Judy McCann. Row Three — Mary Silk, Morgie Beattie, Barb Cox, Linda Borsetti, Linda Stonfield, Janice Swoboda, Penny Croak, Jean Lee. Row Four — Vicki Shafer, Raissa Sarontschin, Jean Spratt, Lynn Parrish, Julie Hughes, Cres Welch, Ruth Stauffer. Responsibility as well as the fun and excitement of planning dances, and parties of the school year is the opportunity of the members of the social committee. This year the committee sponsored the homecoming dance and planned the refreshments and decorations around the theme " Shangri-La. " The Spinsters Spree, which is a " girl ask boy affair, " was also sponsored by this committee and was based on the rollicking theme of Circus Town. Row One — Mike Babbit, Rollie Bramhall, Lee Williams, Jules Gray. Row Two — Mr. Thomas Fitzgerald, Jim Birkenholz, Paul Deneson, Carl Selden, Steve Fuson. Row 3 — Loren Miller, Phil Nordaker, Mark Hayne$, Tom Miller. Row Four — Steve Miller, Robert Robinson, Steve Peters, Wayne Armstrong, Mike Tippery, Alan McDermott, Steve Shepard. Row One — John Gillaspey, Bill McDermott. Jack Gay. Tim Fowler Bob Schatz. Row 2 — Craig Nordaker, Rick Fedson, Van Owens, Mike Stitzell, Phil Gustafson, Jim Ellenberger, Alan Lanaer. Roy Three — Glenn Wells, Jim Young, George Paulson, Tom Thoren, Dan Bobenhouse, Dave Henry, Don Morris, Bill Byas, Mike Rubino. Kiwanis Presents North with Nameboard A nameboard for the boy ' s gym was one of the major service projects for Kiwanis Key Club this year. The Highland Park Kiwanis Key Club also helped in this project. Kiwanis was instrumental in the preparation, publication, and distribution of the phone directories, as well as promoting the sale of the new " Go North " buttons. Headed by President Jim Birkenholtz, and Joe Lombardo, treasurer, Kiwanis was sponsored by Mr. Thomas Fitzgerald. —75— Students Perform Service to North The Nurses helpers devote their study halls to helping Mrs. Beulah Fjelde by performing various duties. Among these are filing health reports, keeping records of the students who leave for the dentist or doctor, keeping the cot room tidy, giving aid and checking students who become sick during the day into the office, and making out new health cards. Mrs. Fjelde ' s " Little Iodines, " as she calls them, perform a valuable service to the students of North High. NURSES ASSISTANTS — In Front — Beulah Fjelde, Nurse. Judy McConn, Virgie An- derson, Kim McQuistcn, Judy Hobson, Barb Gay, Janice Hodgson, Steve Cote, Judy Darlington. GYM LEADERS — Row One — Myrno Foster, Connie Miller, Sue Wong, Betty McEwen, Phyllis Johnson, Kim McQuiston, Kathy Kness. Row Two — Monica Lewis, Delane McKray, Linda Coon, Pennie Oberender, Bev Swartz, Vicki R. Clark, Barb Roudebush. Row Three — Jill Kinter, Jill Brodeen, Beth Brandt, Jonice Swoboda, Kathy Johnson. Student Gym leaders are chosen at the beginning of each semester by the physical education teachers. The girls help the gym teachers in taking attendance, leading exercises, and refereeing the various games played in class. These leaders participate in gym five days a week. —76— By Assisting Faculty Members Row One — Koren Leong, Kothy Kness, Borb Roudebush, Sue Bowden, Donna Formento, Patty Nichols, Ruth Kellis. Row Two — Mrs. Ruth Eason, Pam Carmechoel, Janis Kolling, Dale Dawson, Peggy Hudnall, Anna Smith, Kathleen Sweet. Row Three — Miss Marge Overholser, Connie Poppas, Cothy Darlington, LeeAnn Wright, Cherry Burkholder, Patricio Rue, Bessie Hyslope. Everyone recognizes the office assistants as the girls who come around to the classrooms every period and collect the absence slips. These girls also provide other services to assist in the daily routine of the office. They run errands for the office staff, answer the telephone and write out messages for the students, type, and sort out the absence slips. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS — Row One — Jim Larson, Clifford Day, Bob Gibson, Ronn Nussboum, Alan Wilcox, Steve Pederson. Row Two — Barb Parisho, Marilyn Upchurch, Sandro Bell, Chris Wilson, Mrs. Phyllis Sellers, Cathy Lajko, Linda Warrick, Ellen Balzer, Koren Keener, Jeannine Sciochitano, Linda Nemo. Row Three- Bob Klaver, Mike Babbit, Lee Williams, Joel Mortensen, Steve Cote, Cathy Darlington, Mrs. Jo Dwiere, Linda Barsetti, Chris Schultz, Penny Schwab, Tom Miller. Library assistants are a valuable aid to Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Dwiere and the students of North High. They devote their study hall to checking books in and out of the library, shelving the books that are brought back, filing cards, making out reports of overdue books, and keeping the books in good condition. Because of their service the librarian can devote her time to more important duties and to helping students find the information they are looking for. —77— Language Clubs Promote Interest In LATIN CLUB — Row One — Bill McDermott, Barb Goy, Gill Willis, Jill Boylan, Pat Johnson, Janice Claussen. Row Two— Mr. Lee Koester, Jack Gay, Cherie Burkholder, Jonel Phipps, Dorothy Pharis, Donna Scott. The Roman Banquet is the main project each year for the Latin Club. This club helps to create and satisfy interest in the classics as well as to further the customs and arts of the ancients. Mr. Lee Koester was sponsor and Connie Donahue served as president. SPANISH CLUB — Row One — Mr. William Mason, Sue Sheets, Patti Lou Melanie Minear, Morcia Moore, Debbie Nielsen, Peggy Spates. Row Two — Dave Henry, Don Steele, Leslie Snedden, Raelene Ohm, Linda Stonfield, Kathy Worster, Jane Powell. Row Three — Jeff Gillam, Mike Stitzell, Tim Fouler, Tom Thoren, Steve Collins, Jim Deeds, Sandra Bell, Roberta Mason. Members of El Circulo Espanol are given an opportunity to develop a better understanding and apprecia- tion of the Spanish language and way of life. Under sponsor Mr. William Mason, Jeff Gillam served as president, Dave Henry, vice president; Linda Stanfield, secretary; and Debi Nielsen, treasurer. —78— Cultures and Customs of Foreign Countries Row Three — Ken Hoyes, Brad Morris, Steve Peters, Alon McDermott, Mike Bobbit, Dick Shepard, Kothy Hummer, Don Morris. To achieve its purpose of acquainting its members with French culture and customs, " Le Cercle Fran- cais " has had guest speakers, learned French Christmas carols, and celebrated the Mardi Gras with a costume party. First prize for the best costume was awarded to Rachel Mayberry who c me as Cassell ' s Dictionary of French Language. Serving as officers this year were Vicki R. Clark, president; Rachel Mayberry, vice president; Kari Dix, secretary; and Vicki Lofquist, treasurer. Row One — Ruth McConn, Joyce Hata, Barb Cox, Joyce Vanderlinden, Lolly Johnson, Sheryl Swanson, Susan Taylor, Linda Summa, Helaine Ostef, Peggy Hudnall. Row Two — Debbie Hail, Denise Darner, Julie Hughes, Vickie Shafer, Brenda McNeeley, Rachel Mayberry, Vicki Clark, Linda Luxen, Delores Wiese. Row Three — Tom Brauschweig, Tom Powell, Bob Koons, R.ck Williams, Dave Kirchner, Bill Byas, Ruth Frantz, Lindo Bowman, Belinda Moore, Jill Boylan. —79— Clubs Provide Students With Row 1— Jone Powell Nancy Ritchie, Bev Swortz, Potty Nichols. Vicki Shafer, Nancy Underwood, Debbie Nielsen, Sheryl Meisheid. Row 2— Heloine S er She?yTswanson, Diane Unn, Judy Rosenberg, clenda Fagen, Sharon Seward, Cheryl Wotkins Helen Mischk.et, C r« toto Undo Sj-nma row 3— Mary Silk, Connie Merrill, Linda Stanfield, Becky Doyis. Dale Dawson, Dee Lynch Undo Wynn Georgia Romey, Delane McKroy Row 4— KatV Comito, Rita Foster, Kristie Oleson, Kathi Johnson, Jan Forret, Judy Hopkins, Terr, Bierma Celeste Hood. Row 5— Jean Sprott, Juhe Hughes, Cindy Quick, Patty Barsetti, Cam, He McLeod, Ellen Mittog, Carol Watson. Row 6— Steve Shepard, Alan McDermott, Bob Robinson, Steve Gunson, Barbara Cox, Mrs. Joanne McKay. Jane Powell headed an active Future Teachers Club, which helped acquaint those interested in joining the teaching profession with different aspects of the training and the rewards of teaching as a career. Two bake sales were held to finance the overnight trip to the State College of Iowa taken by many of the members. North served as the hostess school for the State Future Teacher s convention in the spring. Mrs. Joanne McKay was adviser. Row 1— Foe Spiller, Pot Siepmon. Row 2— Tereso Show, Kristie Oleson, Jon Hodgson, Sue Toylor, Kothy Tierney, Sue Gates. Row 3— Carolyn Baker, Karol Rhoads, Jon ' phipps, Koy Shur.g, Nancy Wilbert, Miss Ermo Wilson. Filling Christmas stockings for childrens ' homes and surveying the health habits of North students were two of the major projects for F uture Homemakers of America this year. Fae Spiller and Pat Siepman served as president and vice president, respectively. —80— Information For Future Careers Row One — Kim McQuiston, Jonice Hodgson, Borb Goy, Martho Leo, Jean Lee, Becky Wood, Glenna Shepard. Row Two— Mrs. Beuloh Fjelde, Cherry Burkholder, Barb Gogerty, Phyllis Johnson, Margaret Juncker, Donna Scott, Pom Tschantz, Russell Keith. The purpose of Future Health Careers Club is to better acquaint its members with the different fields of health service and how they may enter or serve any particular field. Activities for this year included a joint meeting with the club at East. Officers were Kim McQuiston, president; Barb Gay, and Jan Hodgson, co vice-presidents; Cherry Burkholder, secretary. Row One — Nancy Wike, Patti Rector, Linda Teater, Marcia Filby, Vicki Kallansrud, Jean Barnard. Row Two— Joorvn Arnold Connie Miller, Potty Niffenegger, Eva Grimes, Pam Brown, Potti Gibson, Barb Hevlin, Penny Oberender, Marilyn Upchurch, Donna Sawhill. Row Three — Connie Beckett, Sandi Nicholson, Becky Rutan, Marti Trout, Sue Kauffman, Marie Knipp, Linda Roberts, Kay Marlin Row Four — Shirley Kalsem, Debby Degner, Kathy Tierney, Patty Westby, Diane Hall, Jean Deneson, Kathy Snodgrass, Suzonne Sheets. Rcw Five — Claudio Groy, Virginia Palcic, Janice Stanley, Koy Bumpilori, Ruth Stouffer, Kathy Massman, Vicki J. Clark, Mrs. Betty Jackson. Speakers such as Collen Bradford, representative from Patrica Stevens School, films from I.B.M., panel discussions concerned with secretarial opportunities and field trips were some of the activities of Future Secretaries this year. Sponsors were Miss Mary Jane Blee and Mrs. Betty Jackson. Linda Teater and Marsha Filby served as president during the fall and spring semesters respectively. —81 — Tutors Aid Fellow Students In Their Studies The North High Tutors give up their study halls to give assistance to their fellow students in their studies. The tutors are chosen by recommendations from the teacher of the subject they are to tutor in. Students may receive the tutors assistance any period of the day by check- ing out of study hall and going to the tutoring room. The tutorial system at North has grown in recent years and now reaches many students. SENIOR TUTORS — Row 1 — Betty McEwen, Belinda Moore, Peggy Hudnall, Janis McCollum, Sue Gaul, Rosann Webb, Patty Nichols. Row Two — Mrs. Joonne McKoy, Linda Bowman, Jane Powell, Kathy Vogel, Ruth Stauffer, Margie Beottie, Barb McLeod. Row Three — Bill Schuermonn, Bob Rod.ne, Jim Birkenholz, Rollie Bramhall, Sandi Jugenheimer, Jan Forret, Vicki Shafer. JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE TUTORS — Row One — Toni Ebert, Kathi Burns, Bev Borsness, Sherri Watkins, Amy Richardson, Dosalee Marker. Row Two — Mrs. Jooone McKay, Kari Dix, Marcia Davis, Becky Rutan, Roberta Mason, Sheryl Meisheid. Row Three — Dave Kirchner, Phil Gustafson, Jeff Morck, Dick Rodine, Chris Peterson, Roger Allen. —82— New Forensic Club Produces Outstanding Debators Seotcd — Kerry Killinger, Clyde Brown, Craig Smith, Dove Patterson. Row 1 — Mrs. Ruth Lows, Joel Mortensen, Bob Hall, Kreg Kauffmon, Steve Cate. Row 2 — Jeff Marck, Gary LeCroy, Jim Rossow, Mike Tippery, Steve Perkins, Steve Peters, Mark Haynes, Phil Nordaker. The North High Forensic Club gives to its members an opportunity to develop forensic techniques so that they may be able to participate effectively in democratic procedures. The debators have given demonstrations for the Booster Club and the P.T.A., have had debate exchanges with other Des Moines schools, and have participated in numerous tournaments, including the Valley Midwest and Drake Debate Tournaments. Sponsor of the group is Miss Ruth Laws, and the officers were President, Kreg Kauffmon; Vice President, Mark Haynes; Secretary, Steve Cate; Treasurer, Bob Hall. Irving Tutors Aid Junior High Students IRVING TUTORS — Row One — Jonis McCollum, Barb Cox, Rosonn Webb, Kathy Spring. Row Two — Jan Forret, Linda Bowman, Kothy Vogel, Barb McLeod, Linda Barsetti, Kothy Blarney. Row Three — Don Doudno, Gary Snethen, Vicki Shafer, Mark Haynes. Washington Irving Tutors was started two years ago to aid junior high students in their studies and their social development. This program has continued to grow under the sponsorship of Mr. John Phillips at North High and Mr. Miles Browne and Mrs. Elizabeth Tyler, counselors at Irving. For one hour a week the North High seniors give individual help to specially selected Washington Irving students. — 83 — Clubs Develop Special Interests Castle, Checkmate, Stalemate. These are some of the moves made at the weekly, ladder-type tournament. The Chess Club improves the ability of its members through games, problems, and the study of chess. Clyde Brown was president, and Mr. Jerry Ridgeway was faculty sponsor. Row One — Stan Savage, Clyde Brown. Row Two — John Coxe, Jim Young. Row Three — Penny Schwob, Linda Smith. COMPUTER CLUB — Row One — Don Doudna, Bob Rodine, Chris Peterson, Dave Kirchner. Row Two — Jan Forret, Alan Wilcox, Bob Jones, Bob Klaver. Row 3 — Gary Snethen, Lee Willioms, Marie Borzo, Mr. Vernon Bly. Qualified students are given an opportunity to work with computers and keypunch machines through the Computer Club. Under the guidance of Mr. Vernon Bly, the students go every other Saturday to the Polk County Board of Education office to use the computers and to Tech High to use the keypunch machines. —84— Row One — Bonnie Wolker, Sandy Wonders, Sue McGlothlen, Marcia Gates, Helen Roth. Row Two— Jules Gray, Dave Worden, Man ' Rae Debbie Rutz, Bonnie Chagnon, Phil Sams. Row Three — Gene Velvick, Paul Deneson, Steve Peters, Phil Nordoker, Craig Nordaker, Mr. John Thompson. Thespians Produce " Under Milk Wood " " Under Milk Wood " was presented in March by the Thespians and directed by Dean Sonehocker under the sponsorship of Mr. John Thompson. Thespians, made up of a select group of experienced actors and actresses, work for the advancement of drama at North. Points are allotted for par- ticipation in dramatic activities and when sufficient points have been made, an applicant may then be invited to join the club. President elected for the year was Dave Worden. Pictured obove while practicing for the Thespian play are Helen Roth. Mari Rae, Craig Nordaker, Bonnie Chagnon, Phil Nordaker, Sandi Wonders, and Marcia Gates. —85— Boys Show School Spirit Row 1 — Steve Gunson, Lee Williams, Don Doudna, Bill McDermott, Jack Gay, Bill Edwards, Chris Peterson, Steve Anderson, Al Dyer. Row 2 — Alan McDermott, Jack Christy, Phil Leslie, Mike Lake, Dean Gillospey, Von Owens, Eric Youngberg, Mr. David Hordie. Row 3 — Jim Birkenholz, George Paulson, Mark Haynes, Sam Genovese, Bob Jones, Gary LeCroy, Bob Rodine, Cliff Day. Row 4 — Steve Boyt, Dick Rodine, Steve Shepard, Woyne Armstrong, Steve Peters, Bob Luxen, ond Loren Miller. By selling North High stationery and " On to State " ribbons, Boys ' Club helped finance their many projects for this year. Led by President Bob Rodine, the club completed the baseball scoreboards begun last year and purchased weights for the athletic department. The school spirit of the boys was shown as they wore pink shirts on Fridays and rang the victory bell at home basketball games and assemblies. Courtyard Under Care of Garden Club Row 1 — Denny Minear, Phil Gustafson, Tom Thoren, Sue Stewart, Gwen Waterman. Row 2 — Sue Goudineer, Patti Barsetti, Cindy Quick. Row 3— Kevin Brown, Mike Stitzell, Steve Collins, Kreg Kauffman. Planting 200 tulips and pruning and trimming trees was the work of the Garden Club, sponsored by Ken Whitney. The 21 club members, including four teachers, were responsible for the beauty of the inner courtyard. The officers for this year were Dan Bobenhouse, president; Kreg Kauffman, vice president; Dennis Minear, secretary; and Steve Collins, treasurer. —86— Gun Club Promotes Sportmanship Hunting safari, trap shooting, and meets are some of the activities of North ' s newly formed hunting club. The club was created by interested stu- dents to encourage others to become inter- ested in conservation, guns, and hunting. Officers for the year were Joe Fox, presi- dent; Ralph Vernon, vice-president; Howard Grossnickle, secretary; Steve Rinard, treas- urer; and Larry Hunter, historian. Norman Miller was sponsor. The members of the club hope to have created enough interest so it will continue and become a tradition at North. They would like to qualify to be sanctioned by the National Rifle Association. Howard Grossnickle, Tim Vuognioux, Bruce Schuck. Job Training Provides Opportunities for D.E. Students Row one Richard Berry Linda Allison, Diane Devine, Becky McCann, Diane DeMoss, Linda Ferguson, Cleone Butler, Mimi Hanover, Charlene Oliver. Row Two Jerry Heins jerry Miller, Steve Miller, Bill Mingles, Jim Pfonnenstill, Jock McCauley, Ray Stover, Mike Stout. Row Three — Marv Burton, Larry Dobbins Bill Wo ' tson, Steve Hanke, Denny Haitt, Joe Fox, Vic McQuay, Ray Ford, Denny Brouer, Tom Wallace. The Distributive Education students acquire knowledge necessary for good job performance and learn to work with and for people at the same time that they are earning wages. They receive instruction as well as on the job training in the fields of wholesaling, retailing, and service establishments. These students attend classes during the morning periods and go to their respective jobs during the afternoon. The D.E.C.A. sponsor is Richard Berry and president was Joe Fox. —87— athletics a time to win and to lose . . . to strain muscles, drain energy and to work toward a common goal to learn the art of sportsmanship An important facet of any high school is it ' s athletic program, providing youth with a constructive outlet for their aboundless energies, while at the same time helping to strengthen their bodies and develop attitudes neces- sary in our comeptitive society. The program at North has continuously been a life giving source of spirit for the entire school. North High School athletics have been characterized by conscientious coaches, dedicated youth, and a sense of fair play and sportsmanship. Regardless of the sport, athletics for 1966-67 have been truly satisfying. Whether it be the ecstasy of victory or the pain of defeat, youth at North High have experienced the satisfaction that comes from striving to do one ' s best. —89— Don Powell Replaces Ray Pugh as Head Football Coach 1966 North Football Coaching Staff, from left; Richard Camp, Jim McClaren and head coach Don Powell Co-Captains of the 1966 North Football Team John Grazier, Guard No. 63 All-City honorable mention Leonard Peavy, Tackle No. 69 All-City first team All-State honorable mention 1966 NORTH VARSITY FOOTBALL SEASON North 7 -East 12 North 14 Mason City 13 North 26 Cedar Rapids 28 North 34 Tech 19 North 14 -Carroll Kuemper 14 North 0 Roosevelt 27 North 21 Lincoln 7 North 3 Dowling 6 —91 — 1966 North Varsity Football Team n 1 j _ i % fa 1 Tom Boird Guard No. 64 Dan Carter Halfbock No. 25 First Team All-City Craig Bancroft End No. 83 Steve Catc Guard No. 63 Mike Bliss Tackle No. 73 Victor Coleman Halfback No. 24 Cecil Brewton Halfback No. 20 St eve Collins End No. 60 Ron Brooks Guard No. 65 Darrcll Cook Guard No. 66 All-City Honorable Mention Ken Calister Fullback No. 34 Paul Dencson Tackle No. 63 Randy Campbell First Team All-City Bob Greenfield End No. 85 Rick Hall End No. 88 All-City Honorable Mention Bob Kennedy Guard No. 67 John Hclvig Halfback No. 43 Jim Kirby Fullback No. 36 First Teom All-City I Tom Hill Center No. 56 Bob Koons Center No. 54 Wallace Jackson Halfback No. 44 Joe Lombardo Quarterback No. 1 5 Ted Johnson Halfback No. 10 Woyne Lowe Tackle No. 76 Kreg Kauffmon Guard Dennis Mincor End No. 81 Dennis Keldcrman End No. 82 Doug Minear End No. 87 All-City Honorable Mention Joel Mortensen Fullback No. 33 Art Rcisingcr Guard No. 35 Tim Morrison Tackle No. 77 All-City Honoroble Mention Bill Schuerman Quarterback No. 16 Ronn Nussboum End No. 89 All-City Honorable Mention Joe Smith Tackle No. 79 All-City Honorable Mention Steve Olson Fullback No. 35 Don Steele End No. 85 David Patterson Guard No. 63 Dick Peterson Tackle No. 74 Tom Powe-11 Center No. 55 Skip Stitzcll Quarterback No. 13 Tom Thoren Halfback _ . Ralph Vernon End No. 86 Steve Wolters End No. 84 —92— 1966-67 Sports Seasons Were More Than Just Win-Loss Records Anyone who paid attention to sports this year knew that the 1966-67 seasons were some of the best in the 74 year history of North High. Making such a statement makes a person wonder what it all means. It shows that the players were just a little more cooperative and united; it means that the coaches drove their objectives into the boys ' minds just a little more effectively. It also shows that encouragement from our cheer- ing sections brought out that added confidence and spirit from a player that was needed for that extra touchdown or overtime pin. And the parents — yes the parents of our athletes — must have encouraged their sons and daughters just a little harder to " go get ' em. " Not just in the so-called major sports only, but in the swimming pool our tankers climbed from the city series cellar to become second in the city and to send fine representatives into the state meet. In wrestling, a team t hat was hit by graduation and trying to get used to a new coach didn ' t become the city series champs, but you ' d never find a more devoted band anywhere. Spring sports are often obscured by thoughts of graduation and other year-end happenings, but our baseball, golf and tennis teams battled their hearts out. The football team managed a 3-4 record and if any team deserved the frustration award for 1967, it was this one. Just as they were ironing out a problem from the last game they would be hit by a new one, but their attitude as a team and as individuals gave them an air of confidence that even the champions could not match. As long as any of us live, we will never forget the exploits of our basket- ball team; not only because the team was winning, but because we were living through the season with them. As they built up a winning record, we were building up a pride in North High that will not be equalled for a long time to come. As the team scored higher, our spirits became higher, if the team suffered setbacks, we too suffered a little; but then again when the team shook off their troubles so did we and we came back stronger than ever to face new challenges. This world of sport can bring happiness and thrills just like anything else that we experience, but it can also bring great frustration and disappoint- ment. Anybody who can take the bitter with the sweet in this world of sport will surely be a better man or woman for it, and anyone who can pick up a tennis racquet or run 10 miles to vent his frustrations instead of making his fellow man miserable will be blessed by the society he lives in. —93— Fine Year Attributed To Teamwork; Excellent Coaching RICK HALL JIM LARSON Captain Co-Captain This was the finest year ever for basketball at North High. Unified team effort as well as excellent coaching from head coach Jim Lyle and assistant coaches Ken Whitney and George Nicodemus helped to guide the Polar Bears to a 20-4 season record. Besides earning the best season record of any North High basketball team before them, this year ' s team also broke many of the school scoring and rebounding records. Team records broken were: Most team points scored in one season: 1677 Best field goal percentage: 46% Rick Hall, senior forward who was selected for first team All-City honors two years in a row and second team All-State this year, led the team in scoring and tied Ronn Nussbaum for the season rebounding mark. Hall set a season scoring mark of 440 points and also set a total record in his three years of varsity work. Hall and Nussbaum each pulled down 475 rebounds and were 4 short of the all time rebounding records of 479. Jim Larson, North ' s other starter to make All-City first team honors, was one short of the all time inter- ception mark of 62 in a single season. New records set by the team were: First team to earn a spot in the state tournament. First team to place as high as fourth in the state. First North High basketball team to defeat Roosevelt three times in one season. The victories over Roosevelt were particularly significant in that the second victory over the Riders gave North their first City Series championship since 1961 and the third triumph over Roosevelt gave North the Sub-State championship and the Polar Bears first trip to the state tourney. In the state tournament North started out strong, winning a thriller from Waverly-Shell Rock 62-59, then the Bears came to surprisingly strong Ames, led by first team All-State selection Dick Gibbs. Gibbs and his hot-handed teammates proved to be too much for North, and the Polar Bears lost a decision to the Little Cyclones. Ironically, the loss was the first the Bears had suffered since January 21, when North was upset by Ames in the regular season. The loss placed the Bears in the consolation final against tough Dubuque Wahlert. Again North ran into a cold shooting spell and was defeated 84-76. —95— 1967 North Varsity Basketball Team Ant w fit (Sh ft £ J Top row from left — Wayne Armstrong, guard ; Kerry Killinger, guard ; Bill Schuermann, forward; Jim Patrick, guard. Second row from left — Victor Coleman, guard ; Dave Lingwall, center; Steve Shepard, forward; Steve Perkins, center. Third row from left — Dee Gordon, guard; Doug Minear, forward; Don Steele, guard; Tom Powell, forward. Fourth row from left — Dick Gordon, forward; Ronn Nussbaum, center; Jim Walters, guard; Jack Reynolds, guard. —96— J.V. and Sophomore Teams Will Add Depth To Future Varsity Teams Row One — Rick Ramsey, Don Steele, Clyde Brown, Dove Neal, Wally Jackson, Croig Kauffman, Craig Bancroft, Kevan Brown Row Two— Coach Whitney, Jim Rossow, Dennis Mineor, Steve Collins, Bob Ligouri, Jack Reynolds. North ' s junior Varsity team, under the coaching of Ken Whitney, had a slow start this season but fin- ished very strong. Many boys gained valuable experience that they will use to good advantage on next years varsity team. The junior varsity team finished the year with a 5-7 record. Row One — Bruce Potter, Mike Long, Mike Siepman, Binky Burks, Rick Petihory, Roger Picket, Deon Gillespie, Rick Fedson. Row Two — Steve Lyle, John Dunlap, Bob Luxen, Chuck Clark, Dennis Lewis, Wayne Fisher, Ron Kellogg, Steve Dengle. The sophomore basketball team struggled to a 5-1 1 season this year under the leadership of head coach George Nicodemus. The sophomores finished third in the city series with a 4-4 record. Coach Nicodemus feels that many strong players will be graduated to next year ' s varsity and junior varsity ranks. —97— Fourth in State, City Championship, District Championship Sub-State Crown, Round Out North ' s Victorious, 20-4, Season Jim Patrick with Ames player for a rebound during semi-finol round of the state tournament. Jim Larsen roces Woverly-Sh action in the stote tournament. II Rock ' s Fred Grawe for a loose ball during first round Larson won the race and North won the gome, 62-59. Ronn Nussbaum pulls in a rebound against Dubuque Wah- lert in the consolation final of the state tournament. Bears lost and ended up fourth in the state. —99— Row One — Dave Camp, Al Fiscus, Bob Ctabaugh, Randy Ibson, Mark Slack, Mike Poore. Row Two — Leonard Peavy, Richard Lewis, Dorrell Cook, Tom Baird, Warren Young, Glen Welts, Cooch Lutz. Peavy, Only N.H.S. Grappler to Make State Meet The N.H.S. Wrestling Squad will be greatly affected by the loss of seniors Leonard Peavy, Dave Camp, Howard Clice and other senior standouts. Having a season that was not as good as expected, the Wrestlers had one member to make the state meet, Leonard Peavy. Peavy went into the state competition undefeated and untied but lost out in the first round. Row One — Mike Lake, Rondy Ibson, Fronk Smith, Dove Henry, Kirby Sec ovec, Bill Fowler, Dove McGinnis, Croig Farson. Row Two — Dole Aycock, Bill Wong, Doug Welborn, Dennis Anderson, John Bowen, John Goy, Mike O ' Brien, Cooch Hutchison. Row Three — Edword Fisher, Tim Motheny, Steve Roquet, Pat Cox, Dave Hoyward, Gordon Cox, Mike Noble, Bill Boo ts. —101 — Row One — Dort Brown, Steve Bobenhouse, John Grazier, Morlin Willis, Cecil Brewton, Cooch Mortensen. Row Two — Gary Bergman, Joel Mortensen, Jim Salkiewicz, Dole Hougham, Scott Faulkner, Alan Jonsen, George Poulson. Row Three — Mike Hammer, Joe Bacon, Vergil Parker, Bill McDer- mott, Bill Hunter, Chuck Brewton, Phil Nordaker. Tankers Send Five to State Meet, Experience Great Season Finishing one of their best seasons the N. H. S. Tankers ended with a 9-4 overall record. Losing twice to City rival Roosevelt, once to Newton and Ames, North drowned all other opponents. After a dismal last place a year ago the Bears finished second in the City Series behind perennial title winner Roosevelt. The tankers also sent five boys to the state meet at Ames. Coach Mortensen sent entries in the 400 yd. free style relay, and 200 yd. medley relay. Individual entries included John Grazier swimming 50 and 100 yd. free style and Dart Brown in diving. Row One — Randy Rogers, Larry Wheeler, Walt Chivers, John Coxe. Coach Lawson. Row Two— Mike Rubino, Mike Hammer, Sam Dawson, Mork Stuart, Woyne Westendorf, Cliff Day, Mgr. Row Three — Gory Anderson, Larry Gnewikow, William Hunter, Chuck Brewton, LeRoy Chotfield, Ron Rittle, Mgr. — 102— Row 1 (left to right): Tom Hill, John Grazier, Rick Hall, Ron Brooks, Tom Stephenson, Bruce Shuck. Row 2: Sam Genovese, Bill Schuermann, Dee Gordon, Doug Minear, Bob Amos, Bob Ligouri, Tom Powell. Row 3: Coach Funte, Tim Vuagniaux, Murray Sauerbrei, Rick Romsey, Vic Coleman, Tom Baird, Don Steele. Hall, Vuagniaux, Larson, Lead N.H.S. Baseball The baseball season was only three days old when the Polar Bear went to press this year, but the North team was off to a fine start with a 1-1 city record good enough to tie for second place in the city series. Many of the mainstays of last year ' s third place team were back, among them Rick Hall, the leading hitter, and first baseman, Tom Vaugniaux. Row li Frank Crosswhite, Mike Siepmann, Mike Long, John Dunlap, David Kauzlarich, Tim Olney. Row 2: Roger Keepers, Mark Garonson, Rick Wills, Dick Hildebrond, Don Daup, Wayne Westendorf, Dennis Lewis. Row 3: Cooch Warren, Scott McAdam, Floyd Epton, Mike Heinkel, Bob Luxen, Brian O ' Donnell, Dennis Hansen, John Bowen. Bock Row: Mike Noble, Rick Fedson, Gordon Cox, Tom Minks, Jack Reynolds, Todd Ririe, John Copic. — 103— Re- ' 1 — Joe Smith, Dan Smith, Jerry Jones, Dwight Gaines, Dan Bobenhouse, Leonard Peavy, Dick Gordon, Tim Morrison. Row 2 — Coach Whitney, Dennis Vanderwerf, Joel Mortensen, Lonnie Evans, Alan Lindsley, Wallace Jockson, Glenn Wells, Steve Lyle. Rcw 3 — oach Lyle, Brad Morris, Jim Kirby, Don Morris. Art Reisinger, Jerry Doherty, Coach Mortensen. Track Team Has High Hopes for Season With the fine running of last year ' s triple sprint winner, Jim Kirby, the North High track team looks for- ward to another fine season under the coaching of Ken Whitney. Since the Polar Bear went to print early in the season only a look at the prospects can be made. High hopes are being put on the mile relay team and the medley relay team. Such individuals as Tim Morrison and Leonard Peavey look good in the discus and shot put. Row 1 (Left to Right) — Woyne Lowe, Leroy Chatfield, Steve Kline, Bill Ristou, Rick Rolland, John Duncon, Omar Duncan, Chuck Brewton. Row 2 — Jack Wallace, Dave Lewis, Bill Shepord, Larry Brockert, Kevin Brown, Larry Jones, Cecil Brewton. Row 3 — Dean Miles, Steve Henry, Bob Wease, Bruce Potter, Jim Hohl, Wayne Fisher, Joe Rubino. Row 4 — Steve Lyle, Chris Peterson, Ron Rittel, Ken Gordon, Larry Taylor, Coach Whitney, Coach Mortensen. — 104— Row One — Steve Henry, Kevin Brown, Steve Lyle, Deon Gilaspey, Lon Evans, Dan Bobenhouse. Row Two — Coach Whitney, Ron Rittel, Mgr., Rick Briggle, Mike Siepman, Chris Peterson, Warren Young. Cross Country Team Has Good Season And A Bright Future Relying on sophomores and juniors the Cross Country team had a remarkably good season. Getting strong support from sen- ior Lon Evans, junior Dan Boben- house and sophomore Steve Lyle the Cross Country team won four dual meets and placed high in all triangular meets. The Cross Country team looks forward to another fine season with the re- turn of this year ' s juniors and sophomores. p Cross Country Runners line up for a picture. — 105— Tennis Outlook Good Under the coaching of Orval Knee the boys and girls tennis teams sported good season records. With strong support coming from Cherie Mortice and Barb McLeod for the girls, and Kerry Killinger and Steve Milton for the boys, both teams had relative ease in gaining their season records. Row 1: Gory Henry, Lee Williams, Scott Faulkner, Garry Bergman, Jim Chris- tokos, Kirby Sechovec. Row 2: Rick Briggle, Bob Klaver, Jim Herselius, Mike McPher- son, Kerry Killinger. Row 3: Dale Hougham, Steve Shep- ard, Van Owens, Steve Mil- ton, Mark Haynes, Coach Knee. —106— Golf Team Looks Forward to Fine Season After beating Tech for the second year in a row the N.H.S. Duffers are hoping for a good season record. Since the Polar Bear went to press early in the season, not much can be said about team records. It is hoped that Carl Selden, Gary Faust, Barb Largent and Kris Stewart will lead their respective teams. The boys and girls teams are both coached by John Brindley. Rcw I: Steve Cote, Phil Gustafson, Mike Stitzell, Bud Walter, Carl Selden, Gary Faust, Wayne Armstrong, Ted Johnson, Randy Ibson. Row 2: Mike Ccx, Bill Edwards, Dave McGinnis, Tim Johnson, Vic McCullough, Steve Bump, Gary Anderson, Jack Goy, Lon Spurgin, Steve Leighter, Tim Fowler. Row I: Eva Grimes, Jo Moore, Deanna Bergman, Gwen Waterman, Mary Ridgewoy, Melanie Minear. Row 2: Kothy Cram, Cheryl McConnell, Karen Stevens, Corol Jessen, Laurie Jensen, Patrice Kalleen. — 107— underclassmen a time to search . . . to strive for a clear view of oneself and an equally clear view of the world to be one of many and yet alone Striving to know themselves and to find their place in a changing world the underclass- men have made many valuable contributions to North. The sophomores, excited with new people to meet, new experiences to cope with and new accomplishments to make, were a lively asset to the North student body. They provided a fresh enthusiasm and excitement to the many school events and gained a lot through par- ticipation. They even formed their own sophomore pep club to promote spirit at sophomore games. The juniors also gained and added a lot to the student body. As a class they won the spirit stick for the second year, and as indi- viduals they increased their participation in North ' s many extra-curriculum activities. Some junior sportsmen made the varsity teams, others served as club officers and committee chairmen. Through their participation and interest in activities and classroom work the underclass- men have gained a better understanding of themselves and the world they live in. 109— Sophomores Grow With Added Responsibilities a 9 ft •- f W Aw ft ft Row One — Sherry Agee, Roymond Aguiniga, Linda Ainsworth, Laura Alcox, Lorry Allen, Roger Allen, Chris Alvord, Dennis Anderson, Gory Anderson, Marsha Anderson. Row Two— Richord Anderson, Steve Anderson, Bill Angel, Larry Ashby, Gory Aswegar, Pot Atkins, John Auder, Dole Aycock, David Ayers, Joe Bacon. Row Three— Corolyn Boker, Lester Ballard, Levi Ballard, Linda Banta, Gloria Barker, Cindy Barnhart, Dennis Barrett, Judy Bart- lett, Robert Boughman, Sandy Beougher. t 2 9 l 3 9. Row One — Linda Bremen, Mark Bennett, Terry Biermo, Leota Blair, Pat Blumer, Wayne Boatwright, Sheryl Bobenhouse, John Bockert, Bill Boots, Sue Bowden. Row Two— John Bowen, Dovid Bowman, Debbie Boylan, Steve Boyt, Chris Brondser, Carlotta Brewer, Charles Brewton, Vicki Brodeen, Steve Brockett, Robert Brookshire. Row Three — Arthur Brown, Debbie Brown, Diane Brown, Kevan Brown, Renee Brown, Sherwood Brown, Steven Brown, Terri Broxmeyer, Dave Bruce, Steve Budrevich. 3 ? JL. 1 m ( % 9 Row One — Lavone Burks, Kathy Burns, Dennis Burrell, Becky Bush, Bill Byas, Jenny Cain, Mary Callahan, Gary Campbell, Pam Carmichael, Connie Carpenter. Row Two— Willie Carr, Lena Corrizales, Nancy Cervetti, Sally Cervi, Chris Chamberlain, Leroy Chatfield, Jock Christy, Charles Clork, Walter Chivers, Tom Chrystal. Row Three — Janice Cloussen, Harriett Cockrell, Gwen Cogley, Becky Collins, John Copic, Lee Corley, Robert Cornell, Alon Cox, Dove Cox, Gordon Cox. — 110— ✓ At ft 2 3 $ 1 1 Row One — Jeff Cox, Mike Cox, Pat Cox, John Coxe, Chris Crandall, Scott Crawford, Diane Crowder, Frank Crosswhite, Karen Crowell, Caren Curtis. Row Two — Linda Daniels, Denise Darner, Don Daup, Cynthia Davis, John Davis, Loy Davis, Marcia Davis, Steve Davis, Sam Dawson, Debra Day. Row Three — Doug Detrick, Loren DeMoss, Steve Dengle, Melvin Dimond, Linda Dickey, Linda Dickson, Tom Dickinson, David Downey, Danny Down- ing, Marlys Dunohoo. Sophomore Pep Club votes on project. 1 0k A -A Row One — John W. Duncan, John Dunlap, B Edler, Craig Edwards, William Edwards, Rutt " Dennis Farr, Craig Farson, Rick Fedson, Jud ob Dunn, Doric Eggert, Sond y Forsyth, Joy{ Dunn, Alan Dyer, Randy Dyer, Terry Eastin. Row Two — C Ely. Row Three — Floyd Epton, George Engle, Bill Evon, e Fett. nnie Eoton, Phil Ebert, Karen _ee Evans, Barbara Fairchild, 1 O 7 9 3 ft Row One — Eddie Fisher, Wayne Fisher, Teresa Flanery, Lauro Fong, Jim Fogarty, Harvey Forkner, Cheryl Foster, Lavera Foster, Bill Fowler, Robert Fowler. Row Two — Steve Francisco, Ronnie Frazier, Christine Fredregill, Wilmer Fumer, Patty Gappa, Mark Garanson, Linda Garver, Rick Gaudineer, Jack Gay, Morilyn Gerecz. Row Three — Dean Gillaspey, Lorry Gnewikow, Merlin Goddard, Barbara Gogerty, Doreen Goodrich, Ken Gordon, William Graves, Gory Gray, Jonette Green, John Green. — 1 I 1 — Jam 2 (•I it 1 0. Mi Row One — Steve Green, Sylvester Green, Jeonne Groom, Morilyn Grovenburg, Roger Gullion, Roger Gustafson, Sondi Hadley, Debbie Hall, Mike Ham- mer, Barb A. Hansen. Row Two — Barbora Hansen, Carlo Hansen, Cindy Honsen, Dennis Hansen, Mike Harp, John Harrington, Andrea Hart, Lenis Hart, Frank Haskins, Don Hatch. Row Three — Lorry Hous, Mike Howthorne, Jim Hayes, Vearl Hayes, David Hayward, Sandy Hcggen, Mike Heinkel, Linda Helton, Dale Henry, LaMor Henry. 3, 3 0 3 9 £3t Row One — Rita Hernandez, Linda Herndon, Larry Heuermann, Zola Hickman, Richard Hildebrand, Marilyn Hill, Pauletta Hill, Kris Himes, Keith Hobbs, Gerald Hoffman. Row Two — Robert Hoffman, James Hohl, Paul Hohlstein, Kris Hokonsom, Judy Hallrah, Richard Holmes, Noncy Holste, Celeste A. Hood, Larry Huffman, David Humphrey. Row Three — Steve H umphreys, Craig Hunter, Williom Hunter, Bessie Hyslope, Jackie Hyslope, Randy Ibson, Gary Iseminger, Anji Isenberger, Karen Iverson, Sandra Jacobe. 4 m . r) 0 ft 9 Row One — Bonnie James, Mike James, Carol Jenkins, Sharon Jenkins, Laurie Jensen, Carol Jessen, Joyce Jobe, Pam Jones, Bob Jones, Carl Johnson. Row Two — Dennis Johnson, Don Johnson, Jock Johnson, Larry Johnson, Patty Johnson, Jenno Jurgensen, Patrice Kalleen, Sandra Kalsew, Kathy Karas, Dave Kauzlorich. Row Three — Roger Keepers, Ronald Keith, Roberta Kellis, Ron Kellogg, Pat Kennedy, Edi Kent, Greg Kent, Denise King, Ann Kinnamon, David Kirchner. — 112— Row One — Mike Kirkpatrick, Dono Kramer, Don Krouse, Jo Ann Lackershire, Shoron Loforge, Cathy Lajko. Row Two — George Lamb, Nelda Lamb, Alan Lander, Jonet Larson, Charles Lee, Jim Lee. Row Three — Phil Leslie, Mark Levine, Cindi Lewellin, Dennis Lewis, Ed Lewis, Larry Lewis, Jimmie Lightfoot, Jim Linville, Timmy Loehr, Mary Jo Long. ft 1 s ft Si 3 1 5 Row One — Mike Long, Jeri Luedke, Bob Luxen, Jim Lyles, Steve Lyle, Michael Lyman, Sheila Main, Joanne Mainard, Mary Manning, Bettie Mortin. Row Two— Ken Martin, Loretta Martin, Roberta Mason, Tim Matheny, Dianne May, Claudia Moyberry, Scott McAdom, Mary McCarthy Mike McConnell, Cheryl McConnell. Row Three — Victor McCullough, Bill McDermott, Dave McGinnis, Dolores McHugh, Gary McLain Bob McLaughlin Kathie McNeeley, Mike McPherson, Robert McPherson, Potsy McQuiston. 9 9 ■ m 9 1 m 9 3 1 1 Row One — Sheryl Meisheid, Candy Mendenhall, Janet Mielke, Linda Miller, Greg Milosevic, Sheryl Minarsich, Melanie Minear, Deloris Mingles, Tom Minks, Helen Mischkiet. Row Two — Malcolm Mitchell, Bill Mohr, Cheryl Moon, Aleno Moore, Jo Moore, Nancy Moore, Larry Morgan, Lorry Morrison Judith Mossholder, Mike Murphy. Row Three — Ralph Murray, Deborah Murtle, Robert Neddermon, Sue Neese, Christine Negrete, Linda Nemecek ' Linda Nemo, Steve Newsom, Frederick Nichols, Michael Noble. — 113— V i (9% 4 f i $ : 3m 1 Row One M,ke Nodland Nikki Norris, Mike O ' Brien, Brian O ' Donnell, Edward O ' Gorman, Dovid Oliver, Tim Olney, Janice Olson Omar Duncan, Shawna Oxenford. Row Two— Robin Pagitt, Bruce Palmer, Connie Poppas, Robert Parker, Vergil Parker, Larry Patterson, Lucy Patterson, Steve Peglow, Chris Peterson, Dennis Peterson. Row Three — Rick Petithory, Lynn Petty, Jan Phipps, Roger Pickett, Madlene Pierce, Morilyn Pierce, Mike Pilcher, ' John Polito, Mike Poore, Jon Portel. ft 7 9 1 i , J 9 9 ' A 0.. 9 1 Row One— Daniel Porter, Bruce Potter, Kathy Price, Kathy Quick, Nick Pappos, Ed Rarick, Janis Rasmussen, Jim Read, Borbara Reed, Gale Reese. Row Two — Velma Reeves, Cathy Reinig, Linda Remo, Janet Rew, Jack Reynolds, Shawn Reynolds, Roy Riding, Mary Ridgwoy, Pamela Rhoods Rhonda Koy. Row Three — Todd Ririe, Bill Ristau, Linda Roberts, Greg Robertson, Dick Rodine, Randy Rogers, Tona Roff, Steve Rogvet, David Rollen, Dan Rouse. O £ ff| Row One — Michael Rubino, Bill Rumme, Dave Russell, Peggy Russell, Charlotte Ryan, Elizabeth Sanders, Lynda Sossate Hi, Stephen Savers Mike Scar- cello, Robert Schatz. Row Two— Eric Schnirring, Donna Scott, Chris Schultz, Gary Schwab, Roger Schwartz, Lynn Schwerm, Barb Seals, Karen Seals Esther Sellers, Sharon Seward. Row Three — Richard Shafer, Teresa Shaw, Jack Shepard, Cindy Shoeman, Sarah Shortridge, Rickey Shroder, Barbara Sidoner, Mike Siepmann, Mike Signorilli, Hershel Sims. -1 14 — 1 • ft A M ft Row One — Maurice Sims, Elaine Singleton, Lawrence Sitterle, Donald Six, Louie Slovens, Becky Smith, Betty Smith, Glenda Smith, Sondra Smith, Viola Smith. Row Two— Joanne Snyder, Janet Sonnenburg, Patti Sparks, Linda Spencer, Jean Sperry, Kathy Spicer, Penny Spriggs, Vickie Spriggs, Sheila Storkovich, Sue Steele. Row Three — Terrasa Steele, Karen Stephens, Phyllis Stephens, Bob Stielow, Sue Stoner, Cheryl Storck, Jonie Stout, Judy Stout, Kathy Stout, Robert Stoutenberg. 1 ft 0 • % ft A X n t Row One — Mari Strathman, Mark Stuart, Kathy Supell, Martha Swanson, John Swartz, Cathy Swartz, Larry Swigert, June Switzer, Debbie Taylor. Row Two — Ronnie Teamer, Raglee Terrill, Les Tesdell, Diane Thomas, Johnny Thompson, Tina Tisa, Pom Tschontz, t Karen Van Dorn, Dennis Vanderwerf. Row Three — Deeanna Veenschoten, Terry Vestal, Jane Vosburg, Susan Waddell, Colleen Walker, Jack Wallace, Debbie Walter, Randy Waltz, Jean Warren. Joan Taggart, Aary VanDam, Linda Walker, ft $ ? ft 9 9 9E 5 Row One — Donna Waterman, Sherne Watkins, Venderlyre Watkins, Harry Webb Bey Janelle Weddel, LoDonna Weikert, Doug Welborn, Kathy Wessels, Woyne Westendorf, Cynthia Westlund. Row Two— Vernona Westphol, Garnet Wiese, Carl Wilcox, Vic Wilder, David Williams, Richard Wills, Darrell Wilson, Julie Wilson, Larry Wheeler, Sandra White. Row Three — Barbara Wohlwend, Randy Wonders, Becky Wood, Sondro Wood, Mike Woodyard, Ruth Ann Wright, Sandra Wright, Linda Wynn, John Zawistowski, Shirley Lovig. —115— Juniors Become Well Rounded Individuals 7 Si r J- if 0 5 0 Row One — Dennis Aborr, Doug Abbey, Mike Allison, Bob Amos, Jeonne Anderson, JoAnn Arnold, Mary Ashton, Tom Baird, George Baker, Craig Bancroft. Row Two — Peggy Barba, Tom Barker, Retha Barnard, Patty Barsetti, Beverly Barsness, Jce Battles, Sandra Bayles, Shoron Beottie, Connie Beckett, Dennis Bell. Row Three — Cathy Bennett, John Bennett, Rick Benson, Terry Berger, Garry Bergman, Carol Bethel, Pam Bethel JoLynn Bettrs, Mike Bliss, Eve Blodgett. 1 m a ft 4 9 I ' t 9 Row One — Kathi Blomquist, Dan Bobenhouse, Jim Bodensteiner, Ray Boese, Sue Bogan, Carole Boo, Maureen Boos, Tammy Bowlby, Sue Bowlsby, Willard C. Boyd. Row Two — Steve Bracken, Jim Braklow, Elizabeth Brandt, Tom Braunschweig, Cecil Brewton, Rick Briggle, Dan Brockm on, Jill Brodeen, Clyde Brown, Roxonna Brown. Row Three — Lila Buhrmaster, Steve Bump, Kay Bumpilori, Cherry Burkholder, Carol Burton, Bob Caldwell, Linda Calkins, Ken Calister, Ronald Canada, Kurt Carlberg. 1 7 1 9 ■ n XL m ( 1 Row One — Larry Carley, David Carter, Steve Cate, Iris Cheatom, Pat Chesowsky, Jim Christakos, Carolyn Cipale, Cathy Clark, Robert Clark, Carl Clyce. Row Two — Vic Colemon, Janice Collier, Jerry Collins, Linda Collins, Steve Collins, Kathy Comito, Linda Comito, Frank Coon, David Cooper, Mary Cooper. Row Three — Kathie Cram, Sue Critchfield, Linda Crowell, Jerry Culp, Rosie Daniels, Patricia Danner, Cathy Darlington, Doug Dough- erty, Rick Davenport, Dale Dawson. — 116— o Ml 4 1 -A. 0 ' A ft 5 1 9 C Row One — Barbara Davis, Becky Davis, Francine Davis, Paula Davis, Peggy Davis, Rick Day, Jim Deeds, Debbie Degner, Dave Diemer, Vera Dempe- wolf. Row Two— -Jean Denescwv Bob Dishmon, Kari Dix, Connie Donahue, Connie Droper, Diane Drummond, Gay Drzyzga, Jackie Dunbar, Ronda Duncan, Sandy Duncan. Row Three — Cathy Eakins, Toni Ebert, Marilyn Eckman, John Edwards, Mike Edwards, Terry Elings, Jim Ellenberger, Dane Erickson, Pat Erickson, Mike Foirman. Row One — Tim Poller, Scott Faulkner, Dolores Ferguson, Shirley Fett, Marsha Filby, Mike Fingert, Harold Fisher. Row Two — DeAnne Forkner, Donna Formento, Dennis Foster, Rita Foster, Ed Frozier, Mike Freeman, Rebecca Fnedel. Row Three — Susan Gates, Randy Gaudineer, Sue Goudineer, Sue Gegner, Sam Genovese, Dennis Gibson, Pot Gibson, Sandra Gibson, Ann Giefer, Korla Giefer. % Hi § 4 J? rv ■■■■■ m •Tit? § 5 ■x 1 i Row One — Jeff Gillam, John Gillaspey, Kenny Gilliam, Marcia Gilliland, Peggy Goodman, Marilyn Gordon, Don Grant, Mike Graney, Jim Graves, Mary Greaves Row Two — Elizabeth Green, Gene Green, Joyce Green, Donna Gretillat, Mike Griffin, Karen Grigsby, Sheri Griffin, Eva Grimes, Lynn Grothe, Phil Gustafson. Row Three — Ben Hadley, Kenneth Hohn, Bob Hall, Diane Hall, Rick Hall, Robert Hall, Russ Hall, Steve Hall, John Hormon, Jim Harrington, — 117— a - 1. ' 2.7 S m Row One — Donald Harshaw, Joyce Hata, Paul Havnen, Vickie Hawkins, John Hayes, Myrna Hays, Kevin Hoyter, Dennis Helmers, John Helvig, Bob Hennings. Row Two — Dave Henry, Gary Henry, Steve Henry, Diane Hermann, Enedelia Hernondez, Jim Herselius, Barb Hevlin, Zellee Hickman, Zeola Hickman, Linda Higgins. Row Three — Patricia Hildenbrand, Dick Hill, Janie Hood, Clara Horton, Dale Hougham, Karen Houseman Carol Howard, Tom Howard, Joyce Hughes, Julie Hughes. 4 - m A 11 a £7 Row One — Sandy Hurd, Al Hyslope, Dick Jackson, Wallace Lee Jackson, Jim Jacobs, Alan Janssen, Barbara Jefferson, Bob Jewett, Dianne Johnson, Diane M. Johnson. Row Two— Kathy Johnson, Lolly Johnson, Lorraine Johnson, Vicki Johnson, Wanda Johnson, Mike Jorgenson, Margaret Juncker Ken Jurgens, Marietta Koduce, Vicki Kollansrud. Row Three — Kreg Kouffmon, Sue Koufmonn, Russell Keith, Dennis Keldermon, Gloria Kelderman ' Edith Key, Jeff Kimball, Diana King, Sue Kinter, Steve Klien. 0 1 A 3 Row One — Kim Khsares, Kothy Kness, Vicki Knutson, Jaois Kolling, Bob Koons, John Koons, Gary Kuhlenbeck, Mike Loke, Katie Lokin, Kathy Lamb. Row Two — Marty Lamberti, Penny Longford, Anne Larsen, Linda LaRue, Jon Leary, Gary LeCroy, Mike LeCroy, Lloyd Lee, Steve Leighter, Martha Leo. Row Three — Sam Leong, Diona Leveke, Barbara Lewis, David Lewis, Bob Ligouri, Vicki Lind, Diane Linn Tyrone Lockman Tom Lock- ridge, Joe Lombordo. — 118— 2 ii ■.a 0 an w a ft r4 ft Row One — Mori Longoker, Tom Lorey, Wayne Lowe, Steve Ludwick, Pat Luedke, Deanna Lynch, Judy McCann, Helen McCarthy, Pat McCarville, Rodney McClanahan. Row Two — Connie McClish, Roger McConnell, Mary Ann McCrea, Jim McDonald, Kerry McKelvey, Joan McKillop, Delane McKray, Kathleen McLean, Camille McLeod, Suzonne McNeeley. Row Three — Dovid Malone, Jeff Marck, Cothi Mardis, Marguerite Marker, Kay Morlin, Connie Martin, Cynthia Martindale, Jim Mattingly, Jessica May, Brenda Meador. Row One — Jan Michelson, Dean Miles, Sheri Mileur, Annette Millard, Connie Miller, Georgio Millhollin, Laura Milne, Dennis Minear, Linda Minnick, Mike Mintle. Row Two — Ellen Mittag, Brenda Molsberry, Don Morris, Jim Moore, Marcia Moore, James Morrow, Joel Mortensen, Charles Mundel, Roe Ann Mutchles, Mike Noughton. Row Three — David Neal, Sally Newton, Marr Genea Nichols, Ron Nichols, Sandra Nicholson, Debbie Nielsen, Patti Niffenegger, Beverly Nodlond, Craig Nordaker, Karen O ' Connor. 9 3L - C ' 1 " j % A i t ft v M ft - . j ■■■■■■ a Row One — Roclene Ohm, Jeffrey Old Beor, Cheryl Olin, Gale Oliver, Cindy Olmstead, Jerry Olson, Sue Olson, Nancy Osborne, Helaine Oster, Scott Ostrem. Row Two — Uan Owens, Tonya Oxenford, Charles Pogono, Lynn Parrish, Sue Pascoe, Jim Patrick, Lenora Patton, George Paulson, Wilma Poyney, Larry Pecina. Row Three — Steve Pedersen, Steve Pender, Jean Perry, Robbie Person, Ron Person, John Peterson, Rosalie Peterson, Dorothy Phares, Marcia Phipps. — 1 19— Row One — Sue Piccolo, James Pierick, Jone Pierick, Alvin Pilcher, Linda Powell, Mary Powers, Cindy Quick. Row Two — Cherie Quinnett, Mari Rae, Georgia Romey, Bob Ramsey, Rick Ramsey, Pam Rondall, Ron Royman Row Three — Alice Reardon, Dee Redic, Kenneth Reed, Dole Reeves Potty Reinig, Bob Rekmanis, Karol Rhoades, Karen Ribbey, Amy Richardson, JoAnn Riding. 0 . 1 1 9 ft i mt. (51 9 .41 Row One — Margaret Rieff, Linda Riggs, Sandy Risolvoto, Nancy Ritchie, Ron Rittel, Charles Rivers, Linda Roberts, Alfred Robinson, Bill Rogers, Craig Rogers. Row Two — Roger Romick, Judy Rosenberg, Jim Rossow, Debbie Roush, Pat Roush, Steve Routson, Sue Royal, John Rudisill, Pat Rue, Donald Russell. Row Three — Jane Russell, Becky Ruton, Tim Rutz, James Solkiewicz, Jim Salun, Roger Sanders, Raissa Sarantschin, Murray Souer- brei, Dennis Schlegel, Penny Schwab. Row One — Jeannine Sciachitano, Comille Seoton, K irby Sechovec, Dan Seiberling, Linda Serrian, Fred Shaffer, Margaret Shaffer, Bruce Sharp, Ann Shearer, Dove Sheets. Row Two — Kay Shung, Trisha Siepmann, Mark Slack, Linda Slater, Cora Smith, Dan Smith, Frank Smith, Linda Smith, Willie Smith, Dusty Smyth. Row Three — Don Sneddon, Leslie Snedden, Paula Spates, Peggy Spates, Jean Sprott, Gary Springer, Lon Spurgin, Linda Stand- ing, Linda Stonfield, Don Steele. — 120— f X 1 1 es ill ft a ft - r 4 ft 5 Row One — Kris Stewart, Sue Stewart, Mike Stitzell, Horace Stone, Danny Streeter, Karlene Swanson, Sheryll Swonson, John Swartz, Kathleen Sweet, Kotherine Switzer. Row Two — Kathleen Switzer, Judy Taylor, Susan Taylor, Ruth Terrell, Reyne Terry, Berneice Thomas, Dave Thompson, Dixie Tho mpson, Sherry Thoren, Tom Thoren. Row Three — Tom Thuirer, Kathy Tierney, John Tinker, Leo Tisa, Charles Tomlinson, Douglas Tullis, Steve Twist, Jone Tyer, Arthur VanCleave, Joyce Vanderlinden. m 0 9 si 2 3 - -Tr II X ft 0 i J 8 4 1 1 Row One — Lewis VanHoosear, Evelyn Vasey, Jerry Vaughn, Sheryl Veenschoten, Linda Voegtlin, Melvin Wade, Vincent Wages, Sue Waggoner, Edward Walker, James Wallace. Row Two — Lee Wolloce, Linda Walters, Gwen Waterman, Carole Watson, John Watson, Margaret Watson, Mary Wotson, Eugene Wease, Robert Wease, Juanita Webb-bey. Row Three — Girord Weber, Ronold Weis, Glenn Wells, Ann Marie Welsh, Patty Westby, Donito Western, Sondy Westlake, Don White, Lindo White, Bonnie Whitehead. % ■i Q . 9 n 01- ? a Row One — David Wickliff, Nancy Wilbert, Annetta Williams, Darnell Williams, Lawanda Williams, Rick Williams. Row Two— Gail Willis, John Winters, Bill Wong, Kathy Worster, Patty Wood, Susan Wood. Row Threes — Le Ann Wright, Paul Wymon, Jim Young, Eric Youngberg, Pat Zawistowski. — 121 — special recognition a time to excel . . . to strive for a goal and to succeed to be recognized for your accomplishment Basketball team takes fourth in state; two North musicians are selected for all-state band, one for all-state orchestra; dramatics students and debate team win state recognition; math, journalism, and business students qualify for awards. North has two National Merit scholars, one National Achievement, students travel in the U.S. and the wor ld, Itsuko comes to North on Foreign Exchange Program, North is recognized nationally as a demonstration school. North is recognized locally, state-wide, and na- tionally for its many outstanding achievements. These achievements are the outgrowth of hard work and effort on the part of certain individuals who represent North. We would like to bring special recognition to these individuals. —123— State Gives Recognition f 4 rs m m: 1966-1967 Basketboll Team. Row 1 — Kerry K 1 1 linger, Don Steele, Bill Schuermann, Wayne Armstrong, Tom Powell, Doug Minear, Rick Hall, Dove Lingwall, Jim Patrick, Ron Nussbaum, Cooch James Lyle, Steve Perkins, Dick Gordon, Steve Shepard, Jim Larson, Jock Reyn- olds, Jim Walters, Rick Ramsey, Dee Gordon. North Places Fourth In State Tournament! For the first time in the history of the North High, our basketball team won its way into playing in the state tournament. At the end of the tournament our team was recognized as being fourth in the state, resulting in a jubilant spirit among the students and faculty! Muscians Chosen by LH.S.M.A. The Iowa High School Music Association chose North students Debbie Rutz, Mike McPherson, and Kathy Darling to play in the All-State Band and Orchestra. The students were chosen on their mu- sical talent as shown dur- ing auditions held last fall, and performed during Thanksgiving vacation. Debbie Rutz All-State Orchestra Mike McPherson All-State Band Kathy Darling All-State Orchestra —124 — Debators Participate In State Competition After receiving a " 1 " rating in the district competition of the Iowa Interscholastic Speech Association, four of North ' s debators went on to state competition. In the district meet, Kreg Kaufman, Bob Hall, Kerry Killinger, and Mark Haynes de- bated the proposition, resolved: that the for- eign aid program of the U.S. should be limited to non-military assistance. Debating in the state competition were Bob Hall and Phil Nor- daker for the affirmative, and Gary LeCroy and Clyde Brown for the negative. After receiving an " 1 " rating in the district competition of the Iowa Interscholastic Speech Association, four of North ' s debaters went on to state competition. In the district meet, Kreg Kaufman, Bob Hall, Kerry Killinger, and Mark Haynes de- bated the proposition, resolved: that the for- eign aid program of the U. S. should be limited to non-military assistance. Debating in the state competition were Bob Hall and Phil Nordaker for the affirmative, and Gary LeCroy and Clyde Brown for the negative. Krog Kaufman, Bob Hall, Karry Killinger, and Mark Haynes pr district competition. debating for Drama Students Take Part In State Speech Contest Dee Redick, Jim Fogerty, Kathy Bloomquist, and Jules Gray in ploy " Impromptu. " North ' s entry, the play " Impromptu, " was recognized in the district competition of the Iowa State Speech Contest by receiving a " 1 " rating. The cast members, Jules Gray, Jim Fogerty, Dee Redick, and Kathy Bloomquist were then allowed to enter the state competition where they received a rating of " 2. " Mari Rae was recognized with " 1 " rating for her reading, " Yellow Wallpaper, " in the state competition. Mori Ra — 125— Students Receive Awards for Outstanding Achievements Awards Given for Secretarial Skills Receiving the highest Gregg awards for secre- tarial skills at North is Jean Botsford. Jean ' s skills include typing at 95 words per minute and taking shorthand at 160 words per minute. Jean hopes to use her excellent skills in the future by becoming a business education teacher. Awards Given For Results On Math Test Jean Botsford practices her typing skills. Don Doudna is recognized as having the highest score at North in the math contest sponsored by the Mathematical Association of Omenco and the Society of Actuaries. The test is designed to challenge every student and to indicate talent in the field. In order to use his proven math ability, Don is planning to enter the field of economics or accounting after college graduation. [ournalism Students Receive Honors Quill and Scroll, International Hon- orary Society for High School Journal- ists, has accepted North juniors and seniors for membership. To be eligible for this honor, the student must rank in the upper third of his class for the cumulative total of his high school work or for the present semester, he must be recommended by his journal- ism adviser, and have done outstand- ing work in some phase of journalism. Row 1: Paulette Lorber, Rosann Webb, Carolyn Hopkins, Janis McCollum, Viki Lone, Amy Richardson, Pat Nichols, Ruth McConn. Row 2: Dart Brown, Barb Cox, Sheryl Johnson, Marj Beattre, Anna Smith, Kathy Blarney, Nancy Underwood, Vicki Lofquist. Row 3: Ken Hayes, Loren Miller, Brenda McNeeley, Steve Bump, Pot Lovig, Vicki Shafer, Sandy Jugenheimer, Barb McLeod. — 126 — Upper 15%: Row 1 — Tom Stephenson, Lee Willioms, Don Doudna, Penny Harris, Pat Matzke, Linda Fong, Julie Warren, Karen Leong, Potty Nichols, Bev Swortz, Vicki Lofquist. Row 2 — Rollie Bramhall, Robert Curl, Bob Klover, Belinda Moore, Kathy Spring, Julie Oliver, Barb Gay, Sue Wong, Rosonn Webb, Jill Boylan Mory Bobenhouse. Row 3 — Jan Forret, Janis McCollum, Borb Cox, Nancy Underwood, Suzanne Wohlwend, Peggy Hudnall, Carolyn Gibson, Gory Kuskulis, Kothy Blarney. Row 4 — Ruth Frantz, Linda Luxen, Debbie Rutz, Sheryl Johnson, Brendo McNeeley, Jane Powell, Jean Barnard, Vicki Shafer. Row 5 — Wes Borlin, Phil Sams, Gary Snethen, Linda Bowman, Vicki R. Clark, Racheol Moyberry, Noncy Gordelen, Jean Brent. Row 6 — Cliff Day, Bob Rodine, Bill Scheurmann, Phil Nordoker, Carl Selden, Barb McLeod, Paul Deneson, Kerry Killinger, Mark Haynes, Richard Echternocht, Kothy Hummer, Alan Wilcox, Steve Floyd, Ed White. Absent — Jean Botsford, Marie Borzo, Sherry Strome. Rosann Webb National Merit Finalist Gary Snethen National Merit Finalist Linda Bowman National Achievement Finalist Senior Scholars Receive Recognition Especially noted for their scholarly achievements are the sen- iors who rank in the upper 15% of their class according to their accumulated high school grade average. This year the senior class is led by Ruth Frantz, who has a grade average of 0.439. Rosann Webb, Gary Snethen, and Linda Bowman are recog- nized for their high scores on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Based on these and other test scores, Rosann and Gary are National Merit Finalists, and Linda is a finalist in the National Achievement Scholarship Program. Today we recognize these students for their scholarly capa- bilities. Tomorrow these students will have opportunities to apply these capabilities to life. —127— Students Given Opportunities to Travel and to Learn Itsuka Comes to North New faces, new experiences, and a new language were all a part of becoming a student at North High for Itsuko Tanabe, North ' s foreign student from Japan. Itsuko showed her North High spirit by taking an ac- tive interest in the girl ' s pep club as vice-president and singing with the girl ' s glee club. Itsuko has felt that her visit to America has given her more perspective in viewing foreign cultures. The stu- dents of North High will long remember Itsuko for her sincere friendliness. warm, 1 Itsuko sings in Glee Club Belinda Moore and Vicki Clark greet Janis at the Des Moines Airport. Janis Journeys to Italy Seeking new experiences, Janis McCollum, took part in the American Field Service program last summer. While living with an Italian family, Janis learned of their customs and their attitude toward life. " It made me realize the need for more communication between the different nationalities, " reflected Janis. Juniors Tour With U.N. Group A trip to New York and Washington, D.C., was spring vacation for 26 outstanding North juniors. The tour, sponsored by the United Nations Assn. of Greater Des Moines, included 144 students from Polk County Schools. The group spent two days at the U.N. building, and visited such places as the Russian Embassy and Greenwich Village. — 1 28 — North juniors leave on U.N. trip. North Specially Recognized As Demonstration School Ingenuity and invention . . . team teaching . . . teacher aides . . . unique programs for people with problems . . . a reading skills center . . . the math lab . . . several reasons why North was chosen to be a " Demonstration School " by the National Commission on Teach- er Education and Professional Stand- ards. In return North was host to the in- terested people who wished to observe some of our special programs. ingenious methods of team teaching used in large English ond history closses. seniors a time to pause . . . to remember and to look ahead to plan for future years. From their years of youth North seniors have drawn many memories and realizations. Memories of all the cherished events of high school days, their first football game, open house, and homecoming, memories of the teachers, and friends with whom they have shared laughter, excitement, tears, and dreams. They remember with pride the organizations and groups they participated in, their individual accomplishments and discoveries, and the accomplishments of North as a whole. They remember Dr. Wetter and the many nice things that happen at North High, and they remember the excitement and activities that are part of being a senior. They have discovered that youth is not only a time for excitement and laughter but also a time for serious thought and self discovery. They have seen the opportunities avail- able for them to pursue and have taken advantage of many of these. They have come to realize that only by searching and striving to know themselves and to develop their talents and abilities will they become mature responsible adults. So quickly their senior year with its own problems and joys has come to a close, and they will now go on to accept greater responsibilities, ponder new questions, and to in- crease their knowledge of the world they live in. But these seniors will never forget their three years at North High, their laughter, tears, friendships, and growth, their time of youth. 1967 Senior Class Officers HALL, RICHARD DAVID K Home Room President 3, 8, Treasurer 4; Student Council Treasurer 5, President 7; Judicial Board 8; Financial Committee Chairman 5; Senior Class Vice President 8; Senior Mixer Committee Chairman 8; " Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 6, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Life Saving 4. PALCIC, VIRGINIA LEE Student Council Assistant Secretary 8; Home Room President 5, Vice-President 4; Social Committee 5; Senior Class Secretary 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Tempest " Makeup 4, 7; Fu- ture Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, President 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 4, 5, 7, 8; Life Saving 3; Homecoming Queen 7; Secretaries Club 6; Loretto Academy, Kan- sas City Missouri, SHEETS, CAROLE SUZANNE Home Room Secretary 5; Social Committee 7, 8; Senior Class Historian 8; Future Sec- retaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8; Rope Jumping 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-Capoin 7, 8; Majorettes 4, 5, 6, 7 , 8, Captain 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Senior Swim and Luau 8; Mixer Committee 8. POWELL, THOMAS ALAN Home Room President 4; Finance Commit- tee 5, 6; Senior Boys Representative 8; Library Assistont 5, 6; French Club 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7. HARRIS, PENNY LYNN Home Room President 4; Student Council 7, 8; All-City Executive Student Council 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6; Sen- ior Class Girls ' Representative 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Golf 3, 4. KELLIS, RUTH ANNE Senior Class Treosurer 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Ab- ner " Cast 4, 5, 8; Latin Club, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Cheerleoding 3; Pep Board 3, 4, 6, 7, 8. JOHNSON, SHERYL LYNN X Home Room President 8; Student Council 8; Home Room Vice President 5; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Banquet Committee Chairman 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Chorus 6; " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6; Oracle Business Stoff 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. —132— ADAMS, J. D. ALBAUGH, KAREN DELORES ALLISON, LINDA JEAN DECA 7, 8; Dolphins 5, 6; Future Home- makers 3, 4; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving 3, 4. ANDERSON, JAMES F. Red Cross 5; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Boys Club 5, 6; Baseball 4, 8. ANDERSON, JANE LYNN Student Council 5; Home Room President 5; Banquet Committee 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5; Choir 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8. ANDERSON, LYNN WRAY Student Council 6, 8; Home Room President 6, Vice President 6, Treasurer 6; Stoge Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairmon 8; " Bye Bye Birdie " , " Lil ' Abner " , Stage 6, 8; Properties 6, 8; Spanish 6; Boys Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4, 5. ANDERSON, VIRGIE ANN Nurse Assistant 7; Office 3, 4, 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Secretaries 3, 4; Golf 4; Oracle Reporter 8. a:. ii Iff " ! ARMSTRONG, WAYNE RALPH Kiwonis 7, 8; Boys Club 7, 8; Baseball 4; Bosketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 8. Peoria Central High, Peoria, Illinois. ARNOLD, DANIEL E. Home Room Treosurer 7, 8. BABBIT, MICHAEL CHARLES Stage Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; " Pity the Poor, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Lil ' Ab- ner, " " The Tempest " Cost 8, Stage 5, 6, 7, 8; Library Assistant 6, 8; French Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Kiwanis 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 8. BAILIFF, JOE LEE BAIN, CRYSTAL LaVELLE Home Room Secretary 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 5, 6. BALZER, ELLEN KATHERINE Home Room Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 3, 4; All-City Chorus 6; " Amohl ond the Night Visitors, " " Lil ' Abner " Cast 5, 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8. BARKER, PEGGY ANN Home Room President 7, Secretory 8, Treas- urer 5, 7; Student Council 7, 8; " Man Who Came to Dinner, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors " Mokeup 3, 6; Life Saving 8; Li- brary Assistant 6. -133— BARNARD, JEAN ANN Home Room Treosurer 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Red Cross 5, 6. 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Chorus 6; " Amahl ond the Night Visitors, " " Lit Abner " Cost 5, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8, Treosurer 8. BARSETTI, LINDA MARIE Student Council 8; Judicial Board 8; Home Room Secretary 5; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8; Properties 3; Library Assistont 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7; Orocle Page Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 5, Treosurer 6; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 6, President 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5; United Notions Trip 6; Tutor 5, 6; Irving Tutor 7, 8. BARTELL, KENNETH MAYNARD BATES, MAURICE R. BEATTIE, MARJORIE SUE Home Room Treasurer 5; Social Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 6, 7, 8; Bonguet Committee 8; One Act Play 4; " Man Who Come To Dinner, " " Bye Bye Birdie " Make- up 3, 4; Orocle Reporter 5, Page Editor 6; Polar Bear Editor 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4, 5; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Assistant Treasurer 5; Tutor 7. BEATTIE, RAYMOND GENE Home Room President 3; Boys Glee Club 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Boys Club 3, 4. BELL, SANDRA KAY Student Council 8; Home Room President 8, Vice President 6; Red Cross 5, 6, 7, 8; Library Assistant 6; Nurse Assistant 6; Of- fice Assistont 5; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; P.I.C. 5, 6; Spanish Club 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4, 7, 8; Health Careers 5. m 4 : - BETHEL, BRENDA JOYCE Nurse Assistont 5; Mokeup 4; Intramurals 4, 5; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8. BIRKENHOLZ, JAMES DUANE Student Council 4, 5, 8; Home Room Presi- dent 8, Vice President 4; Social Committee 7, 8; Projection Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 4, 5, 7, 8; Tutorial 7, 8; Usher Committee 7, 8; Irving Tutor 3, 5, 6; Or- chestra 8; Dance Band 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " LiT Abner " Cost 8; P.I.C. 3, 4, 5, 6; Kiwonis 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Saturday Chemistry 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Computer Club 8. BIXBY, CHERYL KATHRYN Home Room Secretary 4; Social Committee 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6. BLAKE, MARY CATHERINE Home Room Vice President 8; Red Cross 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 6; Pep Club 7. BLAMEY, KATHLEEN FAYE Home Room Secretary 4; Tutorial Commit- tee 5, 6, 7, 8; " Man Who Came To Dinner " Cast 3; Oracle Reporter 7; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Vice President 4, President 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. BLOOMQUIST, THOMAS HENRY Home Room President 4, 5; Garden Club 7, 8. BOBENHOUSE, MARY ELLEN Home Room President 7; Tutorial 5, 6; Future Homemakers 3; Future Secretaries 6; Pep Club 3, 4. — 134— BOBENHOUSE, STEVEN FRED Student Council 4; Home Room President 4; " Bye Bye Birdie " Cast 4; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 4, 8; Boys Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 3, 4. BRAM H ALL, ROLLIE KLINE Home Room Vice President 7; Tutorial Committee 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Bond 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " Lil ' Abner " Or- chestra 4, 8; Saturday Chemistry 5, 6, 8; Kiwanis 7. 8. BORLIN, WESLEY EDWARD All-City Council 3, 4, 5; Student Council 5; Home Room President 4; Public Address 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice-Chairman; Social Committee 3, 4; Tutorial Committee 6; Latin Club 3, 4; Football 3; Life Saving 6. BORWICK, RONALD JOEL Student Council 5, 6; Dance Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Notional Honor Society 3, 4, 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Boseball 4, 6; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving 3, 4, 5, 6; LoPorte City High School 3, 4, 5, 6. BORZO, MARIE ELEANOR )( BOTSFORD, JEAN ADRIAN " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Mad Woman of Chail- lot " Cast 4, 5; Costume 3; Library As- sistant 6; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Thespions 6, 7, 8; Lotin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Banquet Committee 8. BOWMAN, LINDA SUSAN X Student Council 4; All-City Council Al- ternate 6; Home Room President 4, Secre- tary 5; Art Committee 7, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Irving Tutor 5, 6, 7, 8; U. N. Trip 6; Scholarship Committee 7, 8; " Mod Woman of Chaillot " Art 5; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; P.I.C. 3, 4; Health Careers 3, 4. BOYLAN, JILL ELAINE French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Lotin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secre- tory 7; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8. BRANDSER, CYNTHIA ANNE Art Committee 7, 8; Red Cross 5, 6; " Bye Bye Birdie " Costume 3. 4; Dolphin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3,4, 7, 8; Golf 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4; Life Savings 7, 8. BR All ER, DENNIS LEE Boys Glee Club 4, 5, 6; Choir 5, 6; DECA 7, 8; Polk County Treasurer. BREEDING, DENNIS EARL Home Room President 3, 4; Red Cross 3. BREWER, FREDERICK LEE X BREWER, ARLANDA LONNIE BROOKS, RONALD EUGENE Boys Glee Club 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Football 5, 7; " Li ' l Abner " Cost 8. —135— BROWN, DARTAN YAN L ' RUE Public Address 3, 4, 5, 6; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; " Bye Bye Birdie " Cost 6; Library Assistant 3; Oracle Reporter 6, 7; Sports Editor 7; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; P.I.C. 5, 6; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 8; Baseboll Monager 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving 5, 6. BROWN, MICHAEL PAUL Home Room President 4, Treasurer 5; Boys Club 4, 5, 6; Basketball 3, 4; Cross Coun- try 5; Track 6. BROWN, PAMELA ANN Future Secretaries 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4. BUNDY, CAROLE ANNE CASTER, CATHRYN ANNE Home Room President 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 3, 4; Art Committee 7, 8; Citizenship Committee 6; Sociol Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Safety 6; Office Assistant 3, 4; Dolphins 5, 6; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 7, 8; Pep Kadets 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Colonel 7, 8; Student Leoder 5, 6; Pep Board 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6. CHAGNON, BONITA LEE Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 6, 7; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Madwoman of Chaillot, " " Lil Ab- ner, " " Streets of New York, " One Act Plays; Cast 4, 5, 6, 8; Costume Committee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Makeup Committee 6, 7; Thespians Club, Secretary 6, 7, 8; Life Sav- ing 4. CLABAUGH, ROBERT BRUCE Art Committee 7, 8; Golf 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. CLARK, JOHN RICHARD CADDELL, JANET MARIE CLARK, VICKI JEANNE Home Room Secretory 7, 8; Nurses Assist- ant 7, 8; Office Assistant 3, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. CAMP, DAVID RAY Football 3; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. CASHATT, DENNIS LEE CLARK, VICKI RAE Home Room Vice President 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Citizenship Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 6; Choir 4, 5, 6, 7; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors " Cast 4, 5; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leoder 7, 8. CLYCE, HOWARD EUGENE Football 3, 5; Track 4, 6; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. — 136— COLLINS, DEBORAH JEAN X Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Library Assistant 3, 4; Oracle Reporter 6, , 8; Polor Bear 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish 5, 6, 7, 8; St. Josephs ' Academy 3, 4. COLLINS, MARCIA LYN Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Social Commit- tee 5, 6; Dolphin 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-coptain 8; Junior Homecoming Princess 5, Junior Snow Queen Princess 5; Senior Homecoming Attendant 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Student Leoder 5, 6. COOK, CHERYL ANN Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 6; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " Orches- tro 4. COOK, DARRELL LEE Oracle Reporter 6; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Span- ish Club 8; Boys Club 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. COON, LINDA SUE Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; " The Tempest " Cast 7; Dolphin 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 8; Finance Committee 7. COX, BARBARA JEANNE X Student Council Treasurer 8; Judicial Board 7; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Page Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Historian 6, Treasurer 7; Latin Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Vice Presi- dent 5; Home Room Secretary 3, 4, 6; Finance Committee 8; Chairman 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. CRANK, DIANA D. Student Council 6; Home Room President 6; Home Room Vice President 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphin 3, 4; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Rope Jumping 7; Teen Board 7, 8; Pep Kadets 7, 8; Prom Committee 8; Polar Bear Staff 8. fa K It CREGER, DONALD JEFFERY Student Council 6; Home Room President 6, Treasurer 4, Assistant Treasurer 3; Red Cross Committee 3; Usher Committee 6, 7; " The Tempest " Cast 7; N Club 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8; Foot- ball 3, 5; Wrestling 3, 4; Student Leoder 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 5, 6; Prom Com- mittee 8. CROAK, PENNY CLARE K Home Room Secretary 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. CROPP, VIRGIL DcWAYNE CURL, ROBERT DEAN Latin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; P.I.C. 5, 6; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8. DAKE, JAMES MICHAEL DANIELS, SHERILL LEE X, Art Committee 7, 8. DARLING, KATHLEEN KIMM Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestro 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Band 5, 6; All-City Orchestro 7, 8; All-State Band 7, 8; Dance Band 7 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Lil Abner, " Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 8; Pompono Beach High, Pompano Beach, Florida. —137— DAVENPORT, BILLY LEE DAY, CLIFFORD DEAN Home Room Vice President 3, Student Council 6; Projection Committee 5, 6, Chairmen 6; Red Cross Committee 5, 6; PIC 5, 6; Boys Club 6, 7, 8; Saturday Chemistry 5; Boys Club Treasurer 7; Swim- ming Manager 7. DAY, LINDA LOU X DEC A 7. DEATON, DONNA ELIZABETH Home Room President 3, 4, Assistant Secre- tory 3, Treasurer 3; Red Cross Committee 3. DENESON, PAUL ANDREW, JR. Student Council 4, 7, 8; Home Room Presi- dent 4; Citizenship Committee 5, 6; " The Man Who Came to Dinner, " " The Mod- woman of Chaillot, " " The Streets of New York, " " The Tempest " Cast 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Lotin Club 5, 6; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8, Repre- sentative 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; U. N. Trip 6. fx DEVINE, DIANE KAY K DECA 7, 8 Historian 7, 8. DICKINSON, JOHN M. Library Assistant 3, 4, 5; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6. DICKSON, LINDA ANN K Student Council 3; Home Room President 3; Art Committee 8, Choir 7, 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Golf 3, 4; Stu- dent Leader 3, 4, 5, 6. DILLARD, JEAN MARIE (BENT) Orchestra 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; All-City Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, Future Secretaries 7, 8; Des Moines Technical High School 3, 4, 5, 6. DOHERTY, JERRY CLAY Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Chess Club 8; PIC 5, 6, 7, 8, Cross Country 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Basketball Monager 5, 7. DONNENWERTH, MARSHA LOUISE Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assist- ant 4. DOUDNA, DONALD JOSEPH Home Room President 5, 6; Student Coun- cil 5, 6; Home Room Vice President 4; Scholarship Committee 7, 8; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Computer Club 7, 8; Boys Club 7 8; Cross Country 5; Football 3; Track 4, 6, 8. DOWNING, VICKY JOANN X DUNLAP, ROBERT MARTIN Red Cross Committee 3, 4, 5; French Club 5, 6; N Club 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Golf 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketboll Monoger 7, 8. —138— DUNN, THOMAS H. N Club 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6; Footboll 3; Golf 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3. ECHTER NACHT, RICHARD EDWIN X Home Room President 5; Student Council 5; Computer Club 5, 6, 7, 8. EDWARDS, ADOLPHUS BENJAMIN Basketball 3; Cross Country 3; Wrestling 3; Tech High School 3. ELLSWORTH, JANET LYNN X Student Council 3, 4, 7, 8; Home Room President 4, 7, 8, Vice President 3; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " ' Li " I Abner, " Orchestra 4, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 6; Intro- murals 3, 4; PIC 5, 6. ELWELL, DEBORAH KAY X ERICKSON, CAROL ANN Future Teachers 3, 4; Health Careers 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Flowing Wells High School, Tucson, Arizona 3, 4, 5. FATINO, PATRICK JAMES FAUST, GARY LYNN K Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. FAZIO, JOSEPH EDWARD FELEY, VALORIE MAE K Pep Club 5, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Future Secretaries 5, 7, 8. FERGUSON, LINDA LOU Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; DECA 7, 8; St. Josephs Acodemy 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. FINGERT, ROCHELLE FRANCE EVANS, LON BRANT Home Room President 8; Boys Club 3; Cross Country 3, 7, Captain 7; Football 5; Swim- ming 3; Track 4, 6, 8. FINLEY, KAREN KAY -V Home Room Vice President 4, 5, 7, Secre- tary 3; Social Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Student Leoder 4. 5. 6. FISCUS, ELBERT GEORGE Student Council 6, 7; Home Room President 6 7 Vice President 4, 5; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. FITZGERALD, PEGGY ANN Home Room Secretary 7; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Mod Woman of Choillot " Makeup Com- mittee 4, 5; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 5, 6; 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4; St. Joseph ' s Acad- emy 3, 4. FLOYD, STEVEN RAY K Trock 4; Wrestling 3; Football 3; Eost High 5, 6; Sigourney High School 3, 4. FOGGIA, JANICE SUE FONG, LINDA LOU Social Committee 7, 8; Office Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teochers 5, 6, 7, 8, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 5, 6. FORD, RAY K. DECA 7, 8. FORREST, CHERYL M. X, Girls Glee Club 5, 6. FORRET, JANICE RUTH Tutorial Committee 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Ab- ner " Cast 5, 8; Computer Club 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurols 3, 4; Tennis 4, 6, 8. FOSTER, MYRNA ELIZABETH Red Cross 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Chairman 4, 5; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5; Student Leoder 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 4, 6, 8. FOSTER, SHARON L. DECA 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 6. FOSTER, SHERI L . X FOX, JOSEPH CARL " Streets of New York " Cast 6, Stage 6; DECA 7, 8, President 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8, President 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. FOX, TERESA DIANE X Home Room Assistant Secretary 4, Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Future Teochers 3, 4, 5. FRANTZ, RUTH ANN f Student Council 5, 6, 7, 8; Exchange Stu- dent Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Choirman 8; Scholarship Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Co- Chairman 7, 8; U.N. Trip 6; Boys Glee Club Accompaniment 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; All-City Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; " Bye Bye Birdie " Orchestra 6; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8; PIC 3, 4. -140— FREDERICKSEN, RICKEY ALLEN Usher Committee 7; Orocle Reporter 7; Oracle Advertising Manager 8. FUSON, STEVEN DALE % Boys Club 3, 4; Kiwanis 7, 8; Cross Coun- try 3. GAMBLE, EULA JEAN X " Bye Bye Birdie " Mokeup 5; Future Secre- taries 5, 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4. 4.jfc GARDALEN, NANCY ELAINE GASKINS, RICHARD L, JR. Home Room President 4; Cross Country 3, 5; Track 4, 8. GATES, MARCIA LYNN Home Room Secretary 3, 4; " Passion Poi- son and Petrifaction " Cost 6; " Bye Bye Birdie " Makeup 4; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespian Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6; " Under Milk Wood " Cost 8; Prom Committee 8; Office Assistant 3. 4. GAUL, SUE ANN Home Room Treasurer 6, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 7, 8; Library Assistant 5; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. GAY, BARBARA LEE Home Room Secretary 5; Nurse Assistant 7, 8; Health Careers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 4, 5, 7, 8; PIC 3, 4, 5, 6. GEITZ, GARTH FREDERICH Boys Club 3, 4; Baseball 4. GEYER, GARY LEE Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8; Base- ball 4; Basketboll 3, 4, 5; Football 3, 5; Golf 5, 6. 7, 8; Student Leader 6, 7, 8; Intramurols 5, 6, 7, 8. GIBSON, CAROLYN JEAN Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8. GIBSON, LINDA CAROL GIBSON, ROBERT JAMES K Home Room Vice President 4, 5, 6, 7; Red Cross 3; Stage Committee 3, 4; Library Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Track 6, Manager 4. GLASSINGER, PATRICIA MARIE A Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; So- cial Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner " Chorus 8; Library Assistant 5, 6; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Snow Queen Attendant 5. — 141 — GNEWIKOW, KAREN SUE X Home Room Secretary 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Life Saving 3, 4. GOODEN, RICHARD LEE GORDON, RICHARD DALE Home Room President 4, Treasurer 5; " Li ' l Abner " Cast 8; French Club 3, 4; N Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 7; Track 4, 6, 8 Student Leader 4 Senior Mixer 8; Senior Luau 8. GORDON, SID DEE Student Council 7; Home Room President 7, Vice President 4; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Basket- ball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8. Jtkdr. fa GRAY, CLAUDIA JEAN Home Room Secretary 7, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 5, 6; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. GRAY, JULES KENT X Boys Glee Club 7, 8; Choir 5; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Mad Woman of Chaillot, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Street of New York, " " The Tempest, " " Under Milk Wood, " " Li ' l Abner " Cost 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 5, 6; Ki- wanis 7, 8. GRAZIER, JOHN HAROLD Judicial Board 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4, 6, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7, Captain 7; Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Coptoin 8; Life Sav- ing 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. GREENFIELD, ROBERT IV Footboll 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6; Wrestling 4. GROSS, SHIRLEY (BOWERS) Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8. GROSSNICKLE, HOWARD ROyA ' PIC 5; Kiwonis 3, 4; 8oys Club 3, 4, 5; Gun Club 8. GUNSON, STEVEN ALAN Student Council Member 6; Home Room President 6; Art Committee 7, 8; Stoge Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer and Luau Art Committee 8; " Man Who Came to Dinner, " " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Streets of New York, " " Mad Woman of Chaillot, ' " Li ' l Abner, " " The Tempest " Stage 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Boys Cheerleading 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4; Life Saving 4; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. HALL, PAMELA FAYE X Home Room Treasurer 7; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " The Tempest, " " The Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner " Makeup 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespian Club 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Mail- ing Editor 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. HALTERMAN, LINDA JANE Home Room Secretory 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 7; Art Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. HANKE, STEVEN EARL Choir 3, 4; Stage 3, 4; DECA 7, 8; Footboll 3, 5; Wrestling 3; Open House Disc Jockey 7, 8; Roosevelt 3, 4, 5. — 142— HANOVER, MARGARET I. DECA 7, 8; Nurse Assistant 5. HANSEN, ELLEN MARIE Home Room Secretary 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 6; Choir 4, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner " Chorus 8; Library Assistant 3, 4; Future Homemokers 5, 6; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Annual Staff 3, 4; Sophomore Class Secretary 3, 4; Prom Waitress 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Viborg High School, Viborg, South Dakota 3, 4. HARRIGAN, MICHAEL DENNIS V Art Committee 7, 8; Golf 7, 8. HARRIS, JAMES ALLEN X HATFIELD, GENE RAYMOND X iff 4 a HAWTHORNE, SUSAN JEAN HAYES, KENNETH DOUGLAS Home Room Vice President 8; Band 3; Ora- cle Reporter 6, Sports Editor 7, 8; French 7 8; Health Careers Boys Club 4; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Tech High 3, 4. HAYNES, MARK LeROY Student Council 3, 6; Home Room President 3, Vice President 8; Tutorial Committee 3; Irving Tutor 5, 6, 7, 8; U. N. Trip 6; Ju- diciary Board 7; Lotin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Pres- ident 6, Treasurer 5; PIC 5, 6; Debate Club 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8; Kiwonis 7, 8; Boys Club 7, 8; Executive Board 7, 8; Ten- nis 3, 4, 5, 6, Captain 5, 6. HIATT, DENNIS WILLIAM K Home Room Vice President 8; DECA 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8; Football 3; Intramurals 5; Tech High 3. HILL, THOMAS LEE Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. HITES, DAVID LEE HOBSON, JUDITH ANN Home Room Secretary 7, Treosurer 7; Fi- nance Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " Li ' l Abner " Cast 6, 8; Nurse Assistant 3, 4, 7, 8; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4; Life Saving 5, 6. HODGSON, JANICE KAY " The Mod Woman of Chaillot " Costume 5; Nurse Assistant 3, 4, 7, 8; Future Home- makers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Health Careers 5, 6, 7, 8. HOLLAND SONIA ANN HOLTMAN, RICHARD DALE HOPKINS, CAROLYN KAY Home Room Secretary 3, 4, 5, 6, Treasurer 7, 8; Exchange Student Committee 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " The Streets of New York, " The Tempest, " " Li ' l Abner " Make- up 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Mailing Editor 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving 4; Girls Glee Club 7. HOPKINS, WILLIAM JAMES " Bye Bye Birdie " Stage 4; Golf 3, 4, 5. HUMPHREYS, LYLE JOSEPH f Home Room Vice President 5. HUNT, MARJORIE RUTH Home Room Secretary 3. HUNTER, LARRY D. Home Room Vice President 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Gun Club 8, Historian 8; Boys Club 3, 8; Intramurals 8. HOWE, TRACEY JEAN A Home Room Vice President 7; Exchange Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Makeup Crew 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club 5, 6; Rope Jumping 3, 4. HYSLOPE, CHERYL ANNE Pep Club 4, 5, 6; Tech High 3. HUDNALL, PEGGY JEAN K Student Council 7; Home Room President 7, Vice President 8; Tutorial Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 7; Office Assistant 7; Chemistry Club 3, 4, 5, 6; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 3, 4; Science Club 5, Secretary 5. r JAKOVICH, SHARON K. Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8. HUFFMAN, DIANE CHRISTINE X Future Secretaries 5; Pep Club 5, 6. HUMMER, KATHARINE LOUISE Art Committee 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie " Art 4; French Club 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Art Club 6, 7, 8. JAMES, DONALD EUGENE JEAN, ROBERT LANSING Future Teachers 5, 6; Sponish Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Saydel High School; Jacksonville High School, Jacksonville, Ar- kansas. — 144 — JOHANSEN, MARILYN LOUISE K Home Room Vice President 3; Social Com- mittee 3, 4; " Mad Woman of Chaillot " Makeup Committee 5; Girls Glee Club 8; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, Vice Presi- dent 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. JOHNSON, DAVID L. " Mod Woman of Chaillot " Club 3; Wrestling 3, 4. Cost 5; French JOHNSON, JANELL LYNN X Home Room Assistant Secretary 3, Treas- urer 8; Red Cross Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 7. JOHNSON, MARGARET SUE JOHNSON, PATRICIA JEAN Future Secretaries 5. JOHNSON, PHILLIP RAY Football 3; Wrestling 3. JOHNSON, PHYLLIS NADINE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 3, 4, 5, 6; Health Careers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6; PIC 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Debate Club 3; Spanish Club 7, 8; Gym Leader 7, 8; Office Assistont 5, 6. JOHNSON, SHERYL LYNN Home Room President 8; Student Council 8; Home Room Vice President 5; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Banquet Committee Choirman 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Chorus 6; " Amohl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cost 5, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6; Oracle Business Staff 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. JOHNSON, THEODORE G. Senior Mixer Committee 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Assistant Sports Editor 8; N Club 5 6 7, 8; PIC 5, 6; Kiwonis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3 5 7; Golf 5, 6, 7, 8; Trock 4; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. JOHNSON, TONI LEE Home Room Secretary 7; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6. JONES, JERRY K Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 3; Football 3- Track 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 3, 4; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6. J UGENH EIMER, SANDRA LEE Home Room Treosurer 7, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 5, 6, 7; Orocle Feoture Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Senior Section Editor 8 ' Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Future Homemakers 3 4, 5, 6, Secretory 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; Sears Teen Board 7, 8; Office As- sistant 3, 4; Prom Committee 8. JULSTROM, DAVID ALAN Projection Committee 5, 6, 7, 8. JURGENS, RICHARD NORMAN Home Room President 4; Student Council 4; Home Room Vice President 4; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; All-City Band 4; PIC 3, 4. — 145— JENKINS, CARL C. KALSEM, SHIRLEY JEAN Pep Club 3, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 3; Future Secretaries 7, 8. KEENER, KAREN LYNN Home Room President 4, Secretary 8; Em- blem Committee 4; " Passion, Poison, Petri- faction, " " Bye Bye Birdie, " One Act Plays, " Mad Woman of Chaillot " Cast 6, Makeup 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerlead- ing 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4; Li- brary Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8. KELLIS, RUTH ANNE Senior Class Treasurer 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Ab- ner " Cast 4, 5, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5 6 8- Cheerleoding 3; Pep Board 3, 4, 5 6 7 8 ' KENNEDY, ROBERT LEE X Art Committee 3, 4; Stage Committee 3; Stage Crew 3; Baseball 4, 8; Football 3, 7. KETCH, MARILYN L. Office Assistant 5. KILLINGER, KERRY KENT Home Room Vice President 4; 8oys Glee Club 5, 6, Choir 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6 7 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Band 4; All-City Or- chestra 6; All-State Band 5; Drum Major 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwanis Representa- tive 7; Pep Board 7, 8; Boys ' State 6; Model U. N. 6, 8; Football 3. V KINKADE, REX LYNN Student Council 3; Home Room President 3; Boys Glee Club 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; PIC 3, 4. KINSELLA, KATHLEEN THRESE Library Assistant 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; St. Joseph Academy 3, 4. KINTER, JILL MARIE Home Room Vice President 6, 7; Red Cross Committee 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Stu- dent Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurals 3, 4, 6; Captain Basketball 3, 4; St. Joseph Acad- emy 3, 4. KIRBY, JAMES W. Student Council 6; Judicial Board 7; Home Room President 5; Library Assistont 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8. { KIRKWOOD, TERRY R. Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Baseball 4; Swimming 3, 4. KLAVER, ROBERT WAYNE n Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner " Orches- tra 8; Library Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6; PIC 3, 4, 5, 6; Ki- wonis Representative 7; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. KNIPP, MARIE BEATRICE Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 8. —146— KOCHHEISER, RANDALL V. X Swimming 3, 4; Football Manager 7; Life Saving 4. KRAMER, VIRGINIA RUTH K Oracle Reporter 7; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 8. •sr LANE, VICTORIA LEE Home Room Vice President 7; Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Oracle Bookkeeper 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Future Secretaries 3, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 5; Run- nells, Runnells, Iowa 3, 4. LARGENT, BARBARA DIANNE Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teochers 7, 8; Stu- dent Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. KREEGER, GLENN E. Student Council 5; Home Room President 5; Spanish Club 5; Baseball 4. KUHLMAN, MARTHA ANN KUSKULIS, GARY JAMES Art Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. LACEY, CAROL ANNE Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6. 0 LAJKO, SUSAN KAY Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8. LARSON, SHERRIE ANN Social Committee 5, 6; Usher Committee 7, 8; " The Mod Woman of Chaillot " Makeup 5; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. LATHAM, JAMES IRVAN X Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Library As- sistant 7, 8. LATSHAW, ROBERT ALLEN X LAU, PATRICIA KAYE Home Room Vice President 4; Red Cross 4; Future Secretaries 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Spanish Club 8. LAWSON, DANIEL B. Johnston High School 3, 4, 5, 6. —147— LAZDINS, JOHN ERICK LEE, LORN A JEAN Red Cross 7, 8; Social Committee 7, Health Careers 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8. LEHMAN, LARRY DALE PIC 5; Boys Club 8; Football 3. LEIGHTON, ELIZABETH MARY Tech High 3, 4; East High 5, 6. LEONG, KAREN Student Council 7, 8; Home Room President 7, Secretary 5, 6; Finance Committee 7, 8; Exchange Student Committee 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amohl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 8; Of ' ce Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. LEVEKE, MARGARET CAROLYN Af Dolphin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 8; Life Saving 6; St. Joseph Academy 3, LEWIS, LARRY IVAN X L p ■ 1 ■ LEWIS, MONICA RAE Home Room Secretory 3, 4, 7; Finance Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 6; Usher Committee 7, 8; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. LEWIS, RICHARD PAUL Usher Committee 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Sports Staff 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5; Baseball 4; Football 3, 5; Golf 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. LINDSLEY, ALAN EUGENE Student Council 5; Home Room President 5; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Re- porter 6, Editor-in-Chief 7; Polar Bear School Life Editor 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; N Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwonis 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4, 5; Cross Coun- try 5, 7; Football 3; Track 4, 6, 8. LINGWALL, DAVID KENT Judicial Board 8; Home Room Vice Presi- dent 3, 8, Treasurer 4; Usher Committee 6, 7, 8; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Bir- die, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4, 5, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5; Kiwanis 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 7; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 3; Tennis 6, 8; Life Saving 4; Teen Board 7, 8. LOFQUIST, VICKI LOU Student Council Secretary 7; Home Room Vice President 4, 5; Social Committee 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 6, Feature Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Special Recognition Section 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Dolphin Club 3, 4; French Club Treasurer 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 6; Pep Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; U. N. Trip 6; Homecoming Attendant 5; Teen Queen 6; Teen Board 5, 6. LORBER, PAULETTE GAIL Home Room Secretary 6, 8; Exchange Stu- dent Committee 6, 7, 8; Lunchroom Cashier 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7; Polar Bear Ad- vertising Manager 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Swim and Luau Committee 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. LOVIG, PATRICIA L. X Home Room Assistant Treasurer 5; Ex- change Student Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Lunchroom Coshier 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amohl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Advertising Mon- oger 7; Polar Bear Advertising Manager 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 6; Swim ond Luau Committee 8; Cop and Gown Committee 8. — 148— LUKEH ART, LARRY EARL LUNN, NORMA JEAN X Red Cross 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5. LUXEN, LINDA KAY V " Home Room Vice President 8, Secretary 4, 7, Treasurer 6; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 6, 7, 8. MARTS, DOROTHY KAY Home Room Vice President 4; Social Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Mixer 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Counselor Assistant 3, 4; Tutor 7. MASSMAN, KATHLEEN ANN V " Home Room Secretary 3, 5; Social Com- mittee 5; Usher Committee 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Man Who Come To Dinner " Cos- tume 3, 4; Future Secretaries 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MATHENY, ROBERT FREDERICK Home Room Treasurer 4, 5, 6; Usher Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, 6. MATZKE, PATRICIA JEAN Home Room Vice President 7, Secretary 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Poge Editor 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8. MAXFIELD, ANN KATHRYNE Cofeteria Assistont 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4. MAY, BETTY JEAN A Library Assistont 6; Nurse Assistant 6; Concessions 7, 8; Red Cross 5, 6. MAYBERRY, RACHEL IRENE % Student Council 7; Home Room President 7, Secretary 5; Social Committee 5, 6; Tutorial 7, 8; " Mad Woman of Chaillot " Cast 5; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4; Health Careers 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirl- ers 7, 8; Tennis 6, 8; Life Saving 5, 6. McCANN, RUTH ELAINE All-City Student Council 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 5, 6; Home Room Vice President 8, As- sistant Secretary 3, 4, 5, 6; Social Commit- tee 7, 8; Safety Committee 5, 6, Chairman 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Oracle Page Editor 6, 7; Counselor Assistant 8; Dolphins 5, 6; French Club 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 7, 8; Home- coming Attendant 3; Cheerleoding 3, 4; Kiwanis Representative 7; Student Leoder 3, 4, 5; Life Saving 3, 4; Polar Bear As- sistont Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. McCASLAND, MABEL FERN McCAULEY, JACK N. Football 3; Wrestling 4; Roosevelt High 3, 4, 5. McCOLLUM, JANICE MAY Student Council 7, 8; Home Room Vice President 7, Secretory 4, Treasurer 3; Fi- nance Committee 5, 6; Exchange Student 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Tutorial 5, 6, 7, 8; Irving Tutor 5, 6, 7, 8; Scholarship Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; U. N. Trip 6; Satur- day Chemistry 5; American Field Service (Italy) Orocle Reporter 6; Oracle Page Editor 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 4; Student Leader 3, 4, 5; Polor Bear Stoff 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. —149— McCOY, CHERYL RAE V Pep Club 7, 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8. McCREA, VICTOR PAUL " Bye Bye Birdie " Stage Crew 4; DECA 7, 8; Stage Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. McDERMOTT, JACK ALAN Home Room President 4, 7, Vice President 5, 6, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " The Tempest, " " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner, " " Man Who Come To Dinner, " " Mod Women of Chaillot, " " Under the Milkwood " Stage 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Art 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Polor Bear Cover Design 8; French Club 7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8; Boys Cheerleoding 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Mixer, Senior Luau Art Com- mittee 8. McEWEN, BETTY ANN X Home Room Secretary 3, Treasurer 5; Ex- change Student Committee 7, 8; Tutorial 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner " Or- chestra 4, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 7, 8 French Club 5, 6; Future Teach- ers 7. McGLOTHLEN, SUSAN JANE V Home Room Secretary 7, Treasurer 3; Thes- pian Club 5, 6, 7, 8; One Act Play 5, 6; Costume 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Makeup 6; Dolphin Club 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7; Life Saving 5, 6; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. McGRIFF, PATRICK GARY Polar Bear Mascot 5, 6; Wrestling 5, 6; Tech High 3, 4. MclNTOSH, LARRY LEE McKAY, CHRISTINE DIANE Home Room Assistant Secretary 4, Treas- urer 4; Concessions Committee 3; Library Assistant 4. Mclaughlin, Barbara ruth Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, Assistant Treas- urer 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; All-State Chorus 6; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Streets of New York, " " Amahl ond the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4, 5, 6, 8, Costume 5; Future Teochers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. McLEOO, BARBARA CAROLE Judicial Board 7; Student Council 5, 8; Home Room President 5, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Oracle Reporter 6, Feature Editor 7; Polar Bear 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Treosurer 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Pep Boord 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8; Student Leader 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. McNEELEY, BRENDA PAULINE Student Council 7, 8, Secretary 8; Home Room President 7, Secretary 3. 4, 6; Orocle Page Editor 7; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; French Club 7; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 6, 7, 8. McQUISTON, KAREN I. Home Room Secretary 6, Treasurer 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Chorus 6; " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 8; Nurse Assistant 7, 8; Health Careers Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Latin Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 8. MEDARIS, SARAH ELLEN Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 8; Dance Band 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner " Orchestro 4, 8. MEISHEID, JAMES A. X —150- MERRILL, CONNIE RAE French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 6, 7, 8. MILLER, LOR EN CARL Home Room President 3; Student Council 3; Homeroom Assistant Treasurer 4; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 8, Stage Crew 4; Library Assistant 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Photographer 5, 6, 7, 8; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8, Business Staff, Sales Man- ager 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Kiwanis 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4; Senior Mixer 8. MILLER, MARY JANE MILLER, ROBERT CARL Concession 7, 8. MILLER, STEVEN DOUGLAS Home Room President 5, 6, Vice Pesident 3, 4, Treasurer 7, 8; DECA 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Football 3. MILLER, THOMAS LYN X Home Room President 8, Vice President 3; Stage Crew 3; Library Assistant 7, 8; Ki- wanis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MILLER, WILLIAM DEAN MILTON, STEVEN CRAIG Orchestra 3, 4, 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4, 8; Kiwanis 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MINEAR, DOUGLAS PAUL Student Council 5; Home Room President 5, Vice President 4, Treasurer 7, 8; Finance Committee 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Student Leader 7, 8. MINEAR, MARCIA LYNN Student Council 6; Home Room President 6, Vice President 5, Secretary 7, Treasurer 3; Social Committee 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner " 4, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MINER, DENNIS EDWARD " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4, 5, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Oracle Reporter 7. MINTLE, BRUCE L. N Club 3, 4, 5; Cross Country 5; Swimming 3; Boys Club 3, 4, 5. MINTLE, LINDA L. Prom Committee 8; Senior Swim 8; " Tem- pest, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 7, 8; Pep Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dol- phins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 8. MOORE, BELINDA ANN Home Room Treasurer 5, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 7, 8; French Club 5, 6 ,7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8; Health Careers 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 3, 4. — 151- MOORE, GEORGE KENNETH French Club 3, 4; PIC 3, 4. MORRIS, JAMES BRADFORD Home Room Assistant Secretary 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 5, 6; Boys Club 3 4 5, 6, 7, 8; Trock 4, 6, 8. MORRISON, TIMOTHY ALLEN Home Room Vice President 6; Band 3 4 5 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie " Orchestra 4; Bosketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 7, 8. MORTICE, CHERIE LOUISE Home Room President 5, Secretory 8; Red Cross 3; " Bye Bye Birdie " Properties 4, Art 7; Future Teachers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 8. MURRAY, CAMILLA ANN Home Room President 8; Tech High School 3, 4, 5, 6. MYERS, MICHAEL RICHARD A Student Council 6; Home Room President 6; Finonce Committee 7, 8; Stage Committee 5; Librory Assistont 4, 5; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Baseball 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Swimming 5; Wrestling 3, 4; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. NABER, JEROME WILLIAM A Home Room Vice President 3; PIC 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6. A. ft NEWSOM, TERRY LEE NIBLO, ROBERT FREDRICK NICHOLAS, EASTER IRENE Home Room Vice President 3; Concessions Committee 3; Red Cross 3; Librory As- sistont 8. NICHOLS, PATRICIA LEE Home Room Treasurer 6; Social Committee 5, 6; Tutorial Committee 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 7, 8; Office Assistant 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Page Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Future Teachers 6, 7, 8; Par- liamentarian 6, 7; Historian 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. NICHOLS, STEPHEN PATRICK NORDAKER, VANCE PHILIP Home Room President 8; " Streets of New York, " " The Tempest, " " Mad Woman of Chaillot, " " Under Milkwood, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 6, 7, 8, Stage 5; French Club 5, 6; Future Teachers 7, 8; Kiwonis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3; Swimming 5, 7; Tennis 4, 6, 8. NUSSBAUM, RONALD CORWIN Student Council Vice President 8; Judicial Board 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Art Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Foot- ball 3, 5, 7; Shattuck School, Faribault, Minnesota 3, 4, 5, 6. —152- OBERENDER, PENNIE JEAN Office Assistont 5, 6; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8. PARISHO, BARBARA LYNN Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Choir 5, 6; Library Assistont 7; Pep Club 7, 8; " Li ' i Abner ' ' Cast 8; Student Leader 4, 5; Tech 3, 4, 5. OLESON, KRISTINE JANE Red Cross 3; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Historion 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Health Coreers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 5, 6. PATTERSON, EARL WILLIAM II Home Room Treasurer 3, 4; Baseball 4; Footboll 3; Wrestling 3, 4; KDPS Workshop 3, 4. OLIVER, CHARLENE FAY DECA 7, 8, Charles City Community High 3. PATTISON, MICHAEL PATRICK Home Room Vice President 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4, 5, 8, Latin Club 3, 4; PIC 5, 6; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6. OLIVER, JULIE ANN Home Room Secretary 7, Treasurer 7; Art Committee 7; Exchange Student Committee 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie " Makeup 4; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. OVERHOLTZER, RITA (CANNEY) OVERTON, MILDRED JOHANNA Red Cross 4, 5; Librory Assistont 6; Pep Club 5; PIC 4. OXFOHD. RONALD LEE PEAVY, LEONARD JAMES Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, Assistont Treas- urer 5, 6; Red Cross 7, 8; N Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4, 5; Football 3, 5, 7, Captain 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. PEDERSEN, LINDA LOU PEDERSEN, STANLEY JOHN PEPPER, TERRY GENE Home Room Vice President 5, Club 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 5, 6. 6; French — T53— PERKINS, STEPHEN CRAIG Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 5. POWERS, DORIS LEA Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4, 5, 8; Pep Club 3, 4. PETERS, STEPHEN RANDALL Home Room Vice President 3, 4; Art Com- mittee 7, 8; Stage Crew 5, 6; " The Man Who Came To Dinner, " " Streets of New York, " " Mad Woman of Chaillot, " " Under the Milkwood, " " The Tempest " Art 7, Cast 3 5, 6, 7, 8; Debate Team 3, 4, 7, 8; Thes- pian Club 7, 8; Forensics 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teach- ers 7, 8; PIC 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Cheerleoder 7, 8, Cc-Coptam 7, 8; Teenage Republicans President 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4; Life Saving 4; Kiwanis 7, 8; Senior Mixer, Senior Luau Art Committee 8; Swimming Announcer 5, 6, 7, 8. PETERSON, RICHARD S. Student Council Member 3, 4; Home Room President 3, 4; Art Committee 7, 8; Red Cross 4; Senior Prom Committee 8; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7; Intramurols 5, 6. POWERS, STEVEN HARLEY PRINE, JANICE CAROL PFANNENSTIEL, JIMMIE L. DECA 7, 8; Baseball 4; Miami Norland Senior High, North Miami Beach, Florida 5, 6. PHOENIX, DANIEL MARVIN Boys Glee Club 7, 8. PORTER, GREGG THOMAS POWELL, KATHERINE JANE Home Room Secretary 4, Treasurer 5; Schol- arship Committee 7, 8; Tutor 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistant 5, 6; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8, Treasurer 5; PIC 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club 5, 6, 8. RECTOR, PATRICIA ANN Student Council Assistant Secretary 7; Home Room Vice President 3, 4; Social Committee 5, 6; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8, Sec- retary 7; Pep Kodets 7, 8; Homecoming At- tendant 7. REISINGER, G. ARTHUR Chess Club 7, 8; Football 5, 7; Track 6, 8; Wrestling 5, 6. RICE, STEVEN CRAIG RINARD, STEVEN CRAIG Gun Club 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Swim- ming 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving 3, 4; Drum ond Bugle Corps; Company Football; Company Wrestling; Varsity Wres- tling; Marching Band; Weight Lifting; Track 4, 6; Missouri Military Academy, Missouri 3, 4, 5, 6. —154— ROBINSON, WANDA JEAN Home Room Treasurer 4. ROBINSON, ROBERT WAYNE Student Council 7; Home Room President 7, Treasurer 4; Tutorial Commi ttee 7, 8; Stage Committee 4; Art Committee 7; " Bye Bye Birdie " Stage 6; Orocle Reporter 7; Future Teachers 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Kiwonis 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4. RODINE, ROBERT JAY Student Council 4, 7, 8; Home Room Presi- dent 4; Vice President 3, Treasurer 7, 8; Scholarship Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Tutor 5, 7, 8; PIC 5, 6; Computer Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 6, 7, 8; Football 3. ROOT, JERRY DALE ROSE, JUDY GRACE GRA Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Salesman- ship, $25 Club 5, 6; East High School 3, 4, 5, 6. ROSE, LINDA MARIE Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " Cost 5. ROTH, HELEN FLORINE Home Room Secretary 5, 6, Assistant Secre- tary 3, 4; Social Committee 5; Red Cross 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; " Mod Woman of Challior, " " Streets of New York, " " The Tempest, " Student Director, " Under the Milkwood, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 6, 8, Costume 7, Stu- dent Director Makeup 6, 7, 8; One Act Plays Cast 8; Counselor Assistont 3, 4, 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 5, 6, 7; Polar Bear Senior Section 5, 6; Future Homemakers 4; Future Teochers 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4. 5, 7 8; Thes- pian Club 7, 8; Golf 3; Quill and Scroll 8; Glee Club 7, 8. ROD DE BUSH, BARBARA JEAN Home Room Secretary 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistont 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 7, 8; Student Leoder 7. RUSSELL, SUSIE LELAH Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. RUSSELL, WAYNE A. Art Committee 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. RUSSO, DIANE MARIE RUTZ, DEBORAH MARCENE Home Room Secretary 3, 5; Girls Glee Club 3; Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Bond 7, 8; All-City Orchestro 3, 4; All-State Or- chestra 3, 5, 7; Choir Accompanist 7, 8; Girls Glee Accompanist 3; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Mod Woman of Chaillot, " " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4, 5, 8; Thespian Club 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. ROSTOKS, WOLFGANG f7 SAGE, MARTHA MARY Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4. — 155— SAMS, PHILLIP MICHAEL Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 5; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 C hoir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Man Who Came to Dinner, " " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Mad Woman of Cholliot, " " Streets of New York, " " The Tempest, " " Under the Milkwood, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespian Club 6, 7, 8. SAVAGE, STANLEY A. Home Room President 3, Vice President 4, 6, 8, Assistant Treasurer 5, 7; N Club 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Baseboll 4, 8; Golf 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 8; PIC 5. SAWHILL, DONNA M. Prom Committee 8; Senior Swim 8; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8. SCHMACKER, CRAIG ARTHUR Home Room Assistant Treasurer 3. SCHUCK, JOHN BRUCE Home Room Vice President 3; Senior Mixer 8; Library Assistant 6; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Gun Club 8; Kiwanis 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 5, 6; Cross Country 5; Football 3; Football Manager 3; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; In- tramurols 7. SCHUERMANN, WILLIAM SCHELL Student Council President 8; All-City Coun- cil 7; Student Council 6, Home Room President 6, Vice President 4, 5; Tutorial Committee 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basket- ball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; U.N. Trip 6. SELDEN, CARL ANDREW Home Room Vice President 7, Treasurer 4; Tutorial Committee 5, 6, French Club 3; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Bosketball 3, 4; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; U.N. Trip 6. il L 1C SHAEFFER, LARRY DWAYNE Home Room Treasurer 3, 4; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Greenfield High, Greenfield, Wisconsin 3, 4, 5, 6. SHAFER, VICKI LEA Judicial Board 7; Student Council Member 3, 4, 5, 6; All-City Student Council 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room President 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 5; Usher Committee 7, 8; Makeup Crew 4; Oracle Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7; Historian 5, Secretary 6; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5; Life Saving 6; Irving Tutor 7, 8. SHAPIRO, MARK EUGENE SHAW, MINA CAROL R. Student Council 6, 7, 8; Home Room Presi- dent 7, 8, Treasurer 6, 8; Concessions 4, 5; Library 5, 6. SHEPARD, GLENNA MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6; Health Careers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. SHEPARD, RICHARD ROY Usher Committee 6; French Club 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Science Club 8; Swimming 3, 4. SHEPARD, STEPHEN DOUGLAS Art Committee 7, 8; Finance 5; Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; " Man Who Came to Dinner, " " Bye Bye Birdie " Cast 3, 4; Bas- ketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Cheerleader 3, 4; Kiwanis 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 6; Cross Country 5. -156— SHONING, RUSSELL RAY Home Room Vice President 6; Trock 8. SILK, MARY ELLEN Home Room Secretory 3, 4; Social Commit- tee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " The Tempest, " " Li ' l Abner Cast 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8; Heolth Careers 3, 4; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 5, 6; Future Teach- ers 7, 8. SMITH, ANNA LOUISE Home Room Secretary 4, 6, Assistant Secre- tary 3, 5; Prom Committee 8; Oracle Re- porter 6, 7, 8; Polar Bear Senior Section 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8, Office Assistantont 4, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 4; Future Teachers 5. SMITH, CRAIG DENNIS Polar Bear Senior Section 6; Latin Club 3; Boys Club 3, 4; Student Leader 7, 8. SMITH, DANIEL M. Cross Country 5, Captain 5; Track 4, 6; Wrestling 3, 4; Intramurals 5, 6. SMITH, JOEY ARTHUR Judicial Board 7; Student Council 7, 8; " Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 6, 8; Future Teachers 8; Latin Club 5; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, Manager 3, 4; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. SMITH, STEVEN EDWARD r r ' ' ' SNETHEN, GARY LEE Home Room President 3; PA Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 5, 6; Tutorial 5, 6; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Computer Club 6, 7, 8; PIC 3, 4; Life Saving 4; U.N. Trip 6. . SNODGRASS, KATHLEEN JOYCE Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " " The Man Who Came to Dinner, " " Bye Bye Birdie " Cast 3, 4, 8; Future Sec- retaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Bettendorf High, Bettendorf 5; Clinton High, Clinton, Iowa 5. SOUTH, SALLY SUE Student Council 5; Home Room Treasurer 5, 6, 7; Choir 4; DECA 5, 6; Tech High 3, 4, 5. SOUTHWARD, DIANNA LYNN Home Room Secretary 5, 6, 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5; Choir 5, 6, 7; All-State Chorus 6; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " Cast 5; Future Homemakers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 3, 4, 6; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 5, 6, 8. SPIKES, WILLIAM FRANKLIN III Home Room Vice President 3, 4; PA 3, 4, 5, 6; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving; Tech High 3, 4, 5, 6. SPILLER, FAE BETH Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; " Li ' l Ab- ner " Cast 8; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 6, President 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. SPRING, MARY KATHERINE Home Room President 4, 7; Student Council 4, 7, Secretary 3, 4; Exchange Student Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 3, 4; Tutorial 5, 6; Irving Tutor 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner, " Amahl and the Night Visitors " Cast 4, 5, 8; Librory Assistont 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 3, 4, 5, 6; Flog Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. -157- SPURGEON, JULIE MARIE Home Room Treasurer 5, Vice President 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8. STANLEY, JANICE M. Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 4; Future Secretaries 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. STAUFFER, RUTH ANN Student Council 7; Red Cross Committee 5; Social Committee 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Tutorial 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer 8. STEFFEY, WILLIAM ROBERT Home Room Treasurer 6, 7; Band 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 8. STEPHENSON, THOMAS RICHARD Home Room Secretary 6; Baseball 4, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 4, 7, 8; Football 5. STITZELL, GLENN L. Home Room President 4, 7; " Li ' l Abner " Cast 8; Spanish Club 8; Boys Club 8; Bos- ketball 3, 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Life Saving 6. STOLL, MICHAEL LAURENCE " The Tempest, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 7, 8; Latin Club 3; Boys Club 3, 4; Tutorial Com- mittee 5, 6; Baseball 4. A it £1 STOUT KAREN MARIE Home Room Treasurer 3, 6; Social Commit- tee 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8. STOUT, MICHAEL LEE " Bye Bye Birdie, " " The Tempest, " " Streets of New York " Stage Crew 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; DEC A 7, 8. STOVER, RAYMOND J. Choir 3, 4, 5, 6; Concert Choir 3, 4, 5, Basketball 3, 4; DECA 7, 8; Johnston 3, 5, 6. STRAIT, GREGORY L. STRAUSER, CONNIE KAY Red Cross Committee 3, 4. X STROME, SHERRY LYNN Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 7; Choir 5, 6, 7; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Cheer- leading 3, 4; All-State Chorus 5, 6. SUMMA, LINDA SUE Student Council 5; Home Room President 5, Treasurer 8; Tutorial 7, 8; Prom Com- mittee 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teoch- ers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 6, 8; Polar Bear Senior Section 8. — 158— SWARTZ, BEVERLY ANN Student Council 4, 8; Home Room President 4, 8, Vice President 3; Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Bend 3, 4; Orchestro 5, 6; All-City Bond 4; " The Tempest, " " Amohl arid the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Abner " Cast 5, 7, 8 Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8 Dolphin Queen 7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8. Treasurer 8; Tennis 3, 4, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. THORNTON, CARL JEFFERSON Football 3; Track 4. SWOBODA, JANICE LYNN Home Room Treasurer 6, 7; Social Commit- tee 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8. TANABE, ITSUKO TANGEMEN, MARC GORDON TIPPERY, MICHAEL ANDREW Home Room Treasurer 3; Prom Committee 8; French Club 3, 4; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 5, 6, 7; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, Swimming 3, 4; Stu- dent Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Life Saving 4; Football 7. TUCKER, JEANNINE (BLAIR) Student Council 4, 7, Treasurer 7; Home Room President 4; Finance Committee 7, Chairman 7; Usher 6; Drake Relays Prin- cess 4; Oracle Assistont Editor 7; Polar Beor Talent Section 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Latin Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Makeup Committee 4; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 6. UNDERWOOD, NANCY RAE Mixed Chorus 3, 4; " Music Man " Makeup 3; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Feature Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 7, 8; Senior Representative; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Drake Relays Princess 6; Y-Teens 3, 4; Maurice-Orange City High School, Orange City, Iowa 3, 4. TANNATT, LYNDA JEANNE Home Room Vice President 3, 6; " Bye Bye Birdie " Makeup 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8. TEATER, LINDA KAY Home Room President 8; Student Council 8; Home Room Secretary 3, 5, 7; Art Com- mittee 7, 8; Dolphins 3, 4; Future Secre- taries 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Pep Kodets 7, 8. THORN BURG, CECIL H. UPCHURCH, MARILYN ELIZABETH Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Kadets 6, 7, 8; Assistant 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie " Cost 4; Girls Glee Club 8; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co- Captain 7, 8; Homecoming Princess 3; Library Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Home Room Secretory 7, Treasurer 3. UPENIEKS, MAIA INGRED Art Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Life Saving 5, 6; St. Joseph Academy, Des Moines, Iowa 3, 4. UPSHAW, ZETTA LUCILLE — 159- VAN HORN, PATSY GAIL VASQUEZ, IRENE MAY Home Room Secretary 4; Red Cross Com- mittee 3, 4. VERNON, RALPH ELLIOTT Gun Club 8, Vice President 8; Kiwonis 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7. VIGNOVICH, RAYMOND LEE Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Track 4; Student Leader 7, 8; Intramurals 3, 4, 5; Life Saving 6. VINCENT, MICHAEL EDWARD VINSEL, JUDY JERENE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Librory Assistant 5, 6; Future Teochers 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Health Careers 3, 4; PIC 3, 4; Red Cross 5, 6. VOGEL, KATHLEEN HELEN Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, Secretory 3 Irving Tutor 7, 8; Social Committee 7 Tutorial Committee 5, 6, 7; Bond 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner ' Cast 4, 8; Orchestra 4, 8; Nurse Assistant 5; Teacher Assistant 5, 6; Future Teachers 7, 8; Health Careers 3, 4, 5, 6; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; PIC 3, 4, 5, 6. VUAGNIAUX, TIMOTHY DARRELL N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intra- murals 7, 8. WAIZMAN, ROSA H. Student Council Member 5; President 3, 5. Home Room WALKER, BONNIE JEAN " The Tempest " Student Director, " Bye Bye Birdie, " Under Milk Wood, " " Li ' l Abner " Student Director, Cast 4, Makeup 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 5, 6, 7; Thespian Club 7, 8; Latin Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. WALLACE, THOMAS D. WALTER, JAMES HOWARD Library Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6; Gun Club 7, 8; Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, Football 3; Golf 5, 6, 7, 8. 7, 8; WALTERS, STEVEN WAYNE Football 3, 5, 7. WARREN, JULIA LEA Home Room Treasurer 6, Secretary 6; Pep Club 3, 7, 8; Omaha North High, Omoha, Nebraska 3, 4. — 160- WARRICK, LINDA MARIE Student Council 8; Home Room President 8, Secretary 6, Assistant Secretary 5; Exchange Committee 3; Usher Committee 7, 8; Li- brary Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-Captain 5, 6, Captain 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8. WATSON, MARGARET WATSON, WILLIAM ALLEN Home Room President 3, 4, 5, 6; DECA 7, 8; Kiwanis 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4. WEATHER WAX, MELVIN RUSSELL Judicial Board 8; Home Room President 8; Student Council 8, Vice President 5, Treas- urer 7, 8; Finance Committee 7, 8, Vice Chairman 7, 8; Mixer Committee 8; Foot- boll 3, 7; Bosketball Manager 7, 8. WEBB, ROSANN MARIE Home Room Secretary 5; Tutorial Commit- tee 5, 6, 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Assistant Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Sec- retary 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. WEEKS, KENNETH R. Art Committee 5, 6; " Mad Woman of Choil- lot " Art Committee 5, 6; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6. WELCH, CRESZENA ANN Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Nurse Assistant 3, 4; Office Assistont 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. Tt M. ■■■■■■■ WELLS, LINDA MARIE WESTBY, THOMAS C. Boys Club 4; Swimming Manager 4. WHITE, ANTONIO Football 5; Track 8. WHITE, C. EDMUND Home Room President 7, Treasurer 3, 8. WHITE, GARY LEE WIESE, DELORES FAYE Home Room Vice President 5, Secretory 3, 8; Girls Glee Club 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " 5; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8; Office As- sistant 8. WIKE, NANCY JOANNE Home Room Assistont Secretary 6; Future Secretaries 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8. — 161 — WILCOX, ALAN LEROY Library Assistont 7, 8; Computor Club 7, 8; Swimming 7. WILLIAMS, FRED ALVIN Garden Club 7, 8. WILLIAMS, LAFAYETTE, III Boys Club 3; Swimming 4, 5; Ankeny High, Ankeny 4; Eost Chicago Washington High, East Chicago, Indiana 3. WILLIAMS, MAX LEE Home Room President 7; Student Council 7; Tutorial Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Band 3, 4; Central Iowa Honor Band 6, 8; " Bye Bye Birdie, " " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4, 8; Library Assistant 7; PIC 3, 4; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8; Computer Club 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Tennis 8. WILLIS, MARLIN C. Home Room President 6; Student Council 6, Vice President 4; Senior Swim 8; Senior Mixer 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwanis 5, 6; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Baseball 6; Golf 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 8; Life Saving 3, 4, 5, 6; " Amahl and the Night Visitors " Orchestra WILSON, JOHN DOUGLAS Home Room President 3, Vice President 7, 8; Student Council 5; Swimming 3, 4, 5. WILSON, CHRISTIE JANE Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 7; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Usher 5, 6, 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dramatics, Cos- tume Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Properties 3, 4, 7, 8, Art 3, 4, Makeup 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Library Assistant 8; Future Teachers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Drama Club 7; Monitor 7; Girls Club 5, 6; East High, Des Moines, Iowa 5, 6, 7. WOHLWEND, SUZANNE MARIE Home Room Vice President 5; Student Council 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Co- Chairmon 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 7, 8. WOLVERTON, KATHRYN R. Art Committee 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Art Club 8; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, Secretory 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. WONDERS, SANDRA LEE " The Tempest, " Student Director; " Under Milk Wood, " " Li ' l Abner, " Student Director; Dramatics Makeup 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 5, 6, 7; Thespian Club 7, 8; Latin Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. WONG, SUE LEE Home Room Treasurer 6, Assistant Treas- urer 7; Office Assistont 8; Pep Club 3; Student Gym Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurals 3, 4, 5, 6. WOODY, STEPHEN DOUGLAS Home Room Vice President 3, 4; Boseball 8; Swimming 3, 4. WORDEN, DAVID EUGENE Student Council Judicial Board 5; Home Room Vice President 4; Social Committee 5; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " A Midsummer Night ' s Dreom, " " The Man Who Came To Dinner, " " Bye Bye Birdie, " " The Mad Woman of Chaillot, " " The Tempest " Cast 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; " The Sondbox " One Act Play; French Club 3; Thespian Club 6, 7, 8, Vice President 6, President 7, 8. YOUNG, JUDITH KAY Choir 4; Library Assistant 5; Ad Club 6; Drill Team 5; Tech High, Des Moines, Iowa 3, 4, 5. I —162— YOUNG, MICHAEL GERALD Baseball 4; Football 3; Golf 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5. YOUNG, SUZETTE ANN Home Room President 3, 4, Secretary 3. YOUNG, WARREN FREDERICK N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 3, 5; Trock 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. LARSON, JAMES HENRY Student Council Vice President 7; Judicial Board 7, 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Footboll 3; Life Saving 4. PATTERSON, DAVID LEON Home Room Vice President 4: N Club 5, 6; Spanish Club 7, 8; Forensic Club 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Swimming 6; Trock 6; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Saving 8. —163— Camera Shy Graduates ASHLEY, JESSE ARTHUR Salma High, Salina Kansas 3. BAKER, RICHARD LANCE X BAKER, ROBERT DAVID BENDIXEN, MARK VEDEL BENT, JEAN MARIE Orchestro 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; All-City Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Des Moines Technical High School 3, 4, 5, 6. BROOKS, LESSIE LEONA Girls Glee Club 3. BURTON, MARVIN LEWIS Centerville High 3, 4. BUTLER, CLEONE LEE Home Room Secretory 3; Girls Glee Club 3, 7, 8; DECA 7, 8. CANNEY, RITA SUE Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. CARTER, DANIEL T. X N Club 5, 7; Boys Club 7, 8, Baseball 4, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Trock 4, 6. COOLEY, VERLYON JAMES DeMOSS, DIANA KAY X Girls Glee Club 5, 6; DECA 7, 8. DOBBINS, LARRY JOSEPH DECA 7, 8. ELINGS, SHARON KAY FULLER, JACK LEE GAINES, DWIGHT E. )( N Club 3, 6; Boys Club 7; Basketball 3; Cross Country 3; Footboll 3, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 3; Student Leader 7. GROSS, SHIRLEY (BOWERS) )( GULLION, RICHARD GLEE JR. X Boys Glee Club 6. HART, LINDA CAROL HART, LINDA SUE Girls Swimming Team 6; Dorsey High School, Los Angeles, California. HINES, GERALD DON Choir 3, 4; DECA 7, 8; Saydel High School. HOFFMAN, TERRY KEITH " Washington Never Slept There " Cost 5, 6; Footboll 7; Trock 6; Wrestling 8; East Union, Afton, Iowa 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. JOHNSON, MARGARET SUE KAUZLARICH, JAMES ANTHONY X Home Room President 3, Assistant Secre- tary 8, Treasurer 7; Boseball 4, Football 3; Trock 4; Wrestling 3; Intramurals 3, 4; Dowling High School 3, 4. LOCKMAN, LARRY FRANKLIN Library Assistant 8; Fort Dodge High, Fort Dodge, Iowa. McCANN, REBECCA KAY Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6; DECA 7, 8; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6; Pan- ora-Lincoln High School, Panora, Iowa 3 4, 5, 6. McCOLLUM, VELMA D. Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Muscatine High, Mus- catine, Iowa 3, 4. MILLER, WILLIAM DEAN MINGLES, WILLIAM HENRY Stage Committee 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3; DECA 7, 8. MOORE, KELLY JOSEPH K Footboll 3; Dowling High School 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. MORRIS, DAVID EDWARD NORFLEET, VIRGIL JOSEPH Home Room President 3; Art Committee 7; Boys Glee Club 8; All-State Chorus 6; " Li ' l Abner " Cost 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5; Football 3; Trock 4, 6, Manager 8; Intramurals 6; Tech High School 3. O ' BRIEN, JAMES PATRICK PARISH, JAMES ARLO Home Room President 3, 4, Secretary 7, Assistont Secretory 5, 6; East 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. PIERES, GERALD MICHAEL SELZER, WILLIAM NICHOLAS SEXTON, DENNIS RUSSELL STAMPER, BARBARA JO Choir 5; Pep Club 3, 4; " Bye Bye Birdie " Makeup 4; Shawnee Mission North, Mission Kansas 5. WHITE, GARY LEE WILLIS. NORMAN LEE East Lansing High, Lansing, Michigan 3, 4. WILSON, HARLEY A. WINDLER, SANDRA ELAINE Fort Dodge High, Fort Dodge, Iowa. WINFREY, JOHNNY RAY X WOOD, LARRY MICHAEL YAW, KEITH D. YOUNG, BARBARA C. — 164— " Disneyland " is Theme of Senior Mixer " Frontier Land " was the scene of a skit presented by (left to right) Terry Kirkwood, Steve erkins, Paul Deneson, and Steve Shepard. " Disneyland " was the theme of the 1967 Senior Mixer held on Saturday, February 18. First prizes for the best costumes were won by Linda Coon, who came as a Dalmatian dog, and Dick Gordon, portraying Tinkerbell. The evening started with a walk through a tunnel of horrors in the boy ' s gym and a tour through the Disney- land created by the decorating committee. The crowd was divided into 12 teams and competed in a series of stunts and relay games on the gym floor. The rest of the night included charades, a song fest led by Mr. Ray Pugh, and pantomimes by Rick Hall, Jim Larson, Joe Smith, and Dick Gordon. The evening finished with rereshments of pop and donuts. Paul Deneson, Vicki Clark, and Skip Stitzell compete in relay game. land " was enjoyed by all attending the Senior Mixer. —165— Water fights and pyramids were a part of the fun which could be seen all around the swimming pool. Swinging, Swimming North High faculty members enjoyed this year ' s Senior Swim and Luau. —166— Dressed in Howoiion attire, seniors enjoy the Luau by doncing to their favorite hit songs. Seniors Enjoy Luau Singing, dancing, swimming, and eating were just a part of the annual Senior Swim and Luau held on Thursday, April 20. The fun began at 3:45 when everyone took their places in the pool bleachers and enjoyed a synchronized swimming solo by Linda Mintle, and a duet by Linda and Beverly Swartz. After the water show, some seniors went to the pool, while others went to the gym for a game of basketball or volleyball. At 5:30 the group went into the cafeteria, which had been converted into a Hawaiian island. Upon entrance, each guest was greeted with the traditional lei and kiss of the islanders. After-dinner entertainment was provided by Steve Olson and Dick Gordon presenting a rou- tine in the style of the Smothers Brothers. Concluding the evening was a hootenanny in which the entire group participated. Ruth McConn, Marcia Collins, and Sally South go through the buffet line to get their share of the delicious Hawoiian dinner. —167— Polar Bear Spotlights Active Senior Life Karen Keener is measured for her cap and gown. advertising a time to obtain your first job . . . to buy your first car and to develop tastes to know quality and value. Youth represent a large and important seg- ment of the population of the United States. Over one-half of the nation ' s people are under 25 years of age, and these same individuals own one fifth of all the cars and clothes in the nation and spend billions of dollars each year for luxuries alone. American youth have become big business, they not only spend a lot of money but they are a driving influence in setting nation-wide fad and fashion trends. Shopping has become a teenage pastime, but teens don ' t buy just anything, they know quality and they also know how much you should be expected to pay for certain items. Realizing their impact on and their impor- tance to all phases of industry merchants have increasingly directed their advertising toward America ' s youth. —171 — FOR MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT . . . we honor the UPPER 3% whose scholastic excellence and Outstanding accomplishment during the school year merits the acclaim and recognition of all. REGISTER TRIBUNE NGRAVING COMPANY DES MOINES. IOWA 50304 MARIE BORZO LINDA BOWMAN VICKI RAE CLARK DON DOUDNA JANICE FORRET RUTH FRANTZ BARBARA McLEOD JM ROBERT RODINE DEBORAH RUTZ it VICKI SHAFER GARY SNETHEN ROSANN WEBB MAX LEE WILLIAMS -172— Compliments of EAST DES MOINES - I ! ! i NATIONAL BANK Solil by Bruce Schurk 1 I I J CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1967 from HOWARDS BARBER SHOP Second and New York Solri by Mike Stoll + i COMPLIMENTS OF GEORGES DONUT and ROLL SHOP + i ■ i ■ i 1 i •+ . i i i i 1017 S. E. 14th I 288-9140 j Sold by Pat Loviir 1 + i I TERRACE ROLLER RINK Public Skating and Private Parties Call for Schedule . f ! 24th and Hickman Phone 279-6395 Sold by Mike Stoll f . 1 i I I I I 1 + - Brownie ' s Parking Lot CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS Iowa ' s Largest Shopping Center . . . Downtown Des Moines Member National Parking Association COURTESY — RELIABILITY SHOP DOWNTOWN DES MOINES Main Office — 417-9th Street 282-8490 Sold by Mary Silk + I BEST WISHES FROM YOUR FRIENDLY SUPER UALU + . Sold by Amy Richardson High Quality ■ Wide Selection Top Performance ■ Unmatched Service PIONEER CORN. SORGHUM. ALFALFA PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Des Moines, Iowa 50308 Sold by Barb Cox +. , ,_« ■ + —173- (Complete f- rintina Service cin l " redded an d JPerAonnei IT MEANS ART SERVICE COPY SERVICE LAYOUT SERVICE PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE All of these PLUS The Latest Equipment and Skilled Craftsmen are yours at GARNER PUBLISHING COMPANY 1636 Locust Phone 282-8146 Estimates Gladly Given — Call 282-8146 for Our Representative Sold by Barb Cox — 174— EASTGATE SUPER VALU — t I I 1 I +■ +■• I i I ■ i i I +„■ 3811 E. 14th Street Sold by Barb Cox 1 VOGUE OPTICIANS INC. 315 Bankers Trust Bldg. 282-0810 3706 K2 Ingersoll 279-8018 Sold by Dorothy Phares I I SCHWARZ DRUG CO. 1301 Forest Ave. Phone 243-3269 DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Linda Summa ACME PIANO COMPANY LOWERY and THOMAS ORGANS KNABE and STORY and CLARK 244-2203 521 Euclid Sold by Steve Bump . — i Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 LANGAN PAPER CO. DES MOINES, IOWA Since 1876 We ' re Just A Pleasant Sniff Away • WEDDINGS • FUNERAL • HOSPITAL • CHURCH • CORSAGES • PLANTERS MR. and MRS. CALVIN C. YOUNG, Owners Hours: Open Daily Till Dark On Sundays For City-wide and Hospital Delivery Call 244-2814 HIGHLAND PARK GREENHOUSE Sold by Vicki Shafer 3910 Columbia Des Moines Sold by Paulette Lorber .— . „ ■ ■ ■ Printers of The NORTH HIGH ORACLE SARCONE PUBLISHING COMPANY 11 39 -24th Street DES MOINES, IOWA 50311 Sold by Pat Lovig -175- , -— + „ RICHARDS PHARMACY i I J 3001 Merle Hay Road 276-4578 j Sold by Nancy Underwood + . f STANTON ' S RESTAURANT i I KEITH GLADYS STANTON I Phone 243-9033 1719- 6th Ave. j j Sold by Glenn WelU i I 1 TEATER S AUTO SUPPLY Auto Parts and Accessories 3707 Sixth Are. Ph. 288-2601 i Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Diana Crank ! ■ i STAN MOORE USED CARS INC. Save with Stan — the Used Car Man 4285 2nd Avenue Sold by Glenn Wells + Catterson ' s Hiland Garage USED CARS AND TRUCKS Motor Tune Up — Broke Service General Repoir — Front End Service 3705 - 6th Avenue 243-3717 i Sold by Glenn Wells I I I I I + COMPLIMENTS OF U- DRIVE -THRU CAR WASH E. 14th and Richmond Sold by Julie Hughes I I I I i + ] Poliro ' s Body and Fender Paint Shop j 4235 Second Ave. Sold by Glenn Wells + I ■ I 1 I Mel and lla Savage Barber Shop 266 9228 I ■ I 1 I +■ 818 East Euclid Specializing in Ladies Hair Cutting Styling by lla 2 Barbers On Duty Bold by Kick Lewis Bonnie A Salon of ( eautu RONNIE ROOK — Stylist and Owner Smart Hairstyling — Moderate Prices It Pays to Drive to Ronnie ' s OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT THREE LOCATIONS 274-3659 Windsor Heights 7153 University 288-1937 Highland Park 4000 2nd Ave. 288-4875 Highland Park 2903 - 6th Ave. Sold by Glenn Wells -176— i r Congratulations Graduates! ! ! ! I + ■ NITA ' S BEAUTY SHOP 1327 6th Avenue 288 7526 Sold by Mary Silk I + iowa poweR AND LIGHT COMPANY DEPENDABLE SERVICE 24 Hours a Day S)ld by Robert Best Wishes, Seniors VAN DYCK FURNACE CO. 2424 Harding Road 274-3475 Sold by Gary LeCroy ! — , . » + i KNOX CAFE 1535 E. Euclid Avenue OPEN 24 HOURS Steak and Eggs Around the Clock Suld by Penny Schwab J GINO ' S Formerly the Chickadee I 2809 6th Avenue + — — I I i • .+ i Sold by Linda Summa 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 Kathy Johnson and PeKgy Davis -177— i i i 4.. Congratulations Seniors CENTRAL REALTY COMPANY 3709 Beaver Sold by Marilyn Eckman J I I - +■- I f f I VICTORIA Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service 541 Sixth Avenue Drive-ln Parking Since 1929 Sold by Glenn Wells ■ + i I t Bob Minks Standard Service Complete Automotive Care 2nd and Broadway 288-9177 i I 1 +- I Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Bruce Schuck J MAXHEIM PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO j I Phone 255-1533 544 - 36th Street ] DES MOINES, IOWA I j i i I I ■ I Sold by Barb Cox KUT KURL BEAUTY SALON Complete Beauty Service 828 Harding Road 282-7232 Sold by Dorothy Phaies KERRY ' S Sandwich Shop and Drive In 2822 E. 9th Street 266-9110 i I i Sold by Virsrie Anderson i — — — - — - — - - - ■■ ! ■ I 1 I GOOD LUCK TO OUR MANY FRIENDS SUMNER PONTIAC COMPANY 4th and Keo " 20 Years of Fair Dealing " Sold by Glenn Wells i i j I 4- State ile and Casualty Underwriters 600 - 5th Avenue Des Moines, Iowa WHAT DO " X " MARKS THE SPOT " SIGNS MEAN? Each X Marks the Spot represents one person killed in an auto accident near the place where you see the sign. When you see an X Sign — say to yourself " I must be careful — I will be careful. Someone was killed at this very spot! " Complete Insurance Protection Coverage For Your Home, Business and Automobile Sold by Glenn Wells — 178— i i i i +■ — — . — — — — — - — ■ CARRIAGE HOUSE 7700 Hickman Road Ethan Allen American Traditional Furniture Bold by Eric YounirbeiK and Marilyn Eckman . KORDICK PLUMBING AND HEATING Crescent Chevrolet Since 1932 I 4230 - 2nd Avenue Phone 288-8531 ? Sold by Glenn Wells 5th and Keosauqua 288-0281 i . + T. A. Pritchard Company Inc. 6701 Douglas Ave. Des Moines, Iowa 50322 j Ph. 276-6785 I Specialists in the underwriting of Iowa Securities Sold by Marilyn Eckman J _„„ — m — ■ — ■ — « — ■ — - — ,4» USED CARS + — - HENRY ' S HAMBURGER 2806 -6th Ave. f I I Des Moines, Iowa 1 Sold by Linda Barsetti I 12th and Locust 288-1988 Downtown Des Moines Sold by Cathy Eakins and Dorothy Phares CHICKS Breeder of The World ' s Largest Selling LAYER-TYPE CHICKS! Hif-Xihe poultry JannJ 1206 Mulberry Street Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Sold by Glenn Wells — 179— + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS CLASS OF 1967 Compliments of Smitty ' s Donut Shop 19th Keo Sold by Glenn Wells " Standel " Amplifiers Exclusively at RED SCOBEE MUSIC 823 Dei M ines, lewo 243-3340 Sold by Kathy Burns + ■+ • + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS GRIGER S SUPER MARKETS 1118 East U and 1317 Forest A Bold by Viririe (Now Two Stores) Men and Young Men ' s 2721 Beaver 274-3485 + Department Store 2709-11 Beaver 274-1553 Sold by Eric Younitberit Silhouette Beauty Salon 3002 East 14th 262-8769 ■■+ I I I I Sold by Dorothy Phares 1 _ — .+ PARK LANE DRIVE-IN 1931 Forest Avenue 288-0576 Chicken, Shrimp, Variety of Sandwiches and Drinks . . . Finest Eating Sold by Viririe Anderson „„ „ + ■ «. •» _ _ .» . _ m . _ . .4. VII VALLEY BANK and TRUST COMPANY WALNUT at FOURTH SEVENTEENTH from GRAND to LOCUST MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION • •■ — — 180 — Bold by Linda Barsetti j I 4. STONER PIANO CO. Iowa ' s Most Beautiful and Largest Piano and Organ Store East 14th Hull I ! Sold by Amy Richardson I + OAK PARK PHARMACY + i I ! 3720 Sixth Ave. + - 288-7227 Sold by Paulette Lorber + + Sold by Vicki Sbafer 1 — Dedicated to the CREATION of Fine Portraits WOLTZ STUDIO I 420 Ninth St. 288-6300 I i + — + — i i i i I 100 East Euclid Ave. = I + ._„„_,„_., m—m 1 DROP ON IN TO THE PARK FAIR RESTAURANT 288-2304 i I Sold by Pat Matzke ! + I G R Bookkeeping i i i 1412 Sixth Avenue Phone 243-7695 ! I DES MOINES " Good Accounting doesn ' t cost .... J IT PAYS " I Sold by Janis Kolling ' + » . + I Congratulations Class of ' 67 Reichardt ' s Inc. 703 Locust 847 - 42nd Street Traditional clothes for men and women 1 Sold by Roger Sanders f Boy Cheerleaders ore, front row: Steve Gunson, Steve Peters. Second row: Dove Lingwall, Alon McDermott. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 67 ill ' s Super Valu 2820 Hubbell 262-8205 Sold by Ted Johnson —181 — Congratulations! You ' ve successfully achieved another goal. You ' re ready to begin reaching for future successes. But . . . how do you measure success? Not with a caliper or a yardstick or a stopwatch . . . not by the acre or the ounce or the cubic foot. Success is intangible ... it is the sum of your personal goals and aspirations, sorted into positions of relative importance. Whatever you establish as your criteria of success, you will need to exercise self discipline. Ambition alone is not enough . . . even coupled with intelligence and talent. Self discipline is essential to direct your energies and abilities into productive channels ... to provide you with initiative and perserverance. Develop this quality . . . you will enjoy a more rewarding life, a more successful life. " Ambition is just the desire to succeed. The world is full of ambitious failures — all desire and no discipline. Self disci dine is perhaps the most important quality an intelligent person can develop in order to reach his goals. " From an address by William A. Hewitt, Chairman, Deere Company. JOHN DEERE John Deere Des Moines Works, Des Moines, I I i i i I +■ Home Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SIXTH AND GRAND, DES MOINES Sold by Barb Cox I It is lowers Call Doherty ' s Flowers for Every Occasion Corsages Plants • Bouquets " Arranged as you like them 1540 2nd Are. I 288-6557 I Sold by Ray Vjgnovich | Cross Shoe Repair 505 Euclid 282 5809 I Sold by Stave Hump + Bradley Printing Company Commercial Printers and Publishers Graduation Name Cards — Announcements 3811 Sixth Avenue 282-8359 I Sold by Sheryl Johnson I I Des Mo ines Music House I Established 1916 GEORGE WILKINSON, Proprietor Compliments of EVERYTHING MUSICAL Drums, Bond Instruments, Guitars, Ukes, Banjos 814 Walnut 244-4161 Snl ' l by Linda Summa ■ — + ._._.._,._-_„_„_»—.._.._—_- + D E. Gates Company 1500 Second Avenue Phone 244-2500 Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Prompt Repair Service on All Makes of Electric Clocks and Radios A General Electric Authorized Service Station tor Electric Clocks and Radios + Sold by Kick Fiedericksen J + Atlantic Thrift Center 1528 EAST DOUGLAS America ' s Largest Family Discount Stores + ■ —183— Sold by Virjcie Anderson j j i i i CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS HILAND PARK HARDWARE 3613 Sixth Are. 244-0443 I Sold by Amy Richardson i + — — — CONGRATULATIONS CAMP HEATING COMPANY FLOPPY GUTTER SPECIALISTS 265-0602 Sold by Linda Barsetti + BOYD ' S STANDARD SERVICE Second Ave. and Euclid 283-1201 Sold by Dennis Miner " + i + — — __ — + BURGER-CHEF DRIVE IN 3625 East 14th Street 265-4019 Sold by Bob Robinson Best Wishes Ramsey Studio Porkfair Arcade 100 E. Euclid I + Phone 282-8965 Sold by Nancy Underwood 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 288-2998 1 I Sold by Sheryl Johnson I I I FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Auto — Life — Health — Fire i 1200 E. Euclid Ave. Phone 262-5607 1 Sold by Nancy Underwood i i i i i i i I JESSEN ' S Convenience Market 2220 East 14th - Sold by Rick Lewis +■■ Canada Dry — Dr. Pepper Hires Bottling Co. 2815 4th St., Des Moines Sold by Amy Richardson For The Best Buy — Give Glenn ' s A Try GLENN ' S MOTOR CO. Sales — New and Used Cars — Service PLYMOUTH - CHRYSLER - VALIANT 1925 Ingersoll Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Corner of Harding and Ingersoll NEW CARS: 288-3667 Sold by Glenn Wells f .„__ . + 1 1— »— »- I • 184— Berniece ' s Flowers " Our Flowers Say It For You " For All Your Flower Needs CALL 283-1721 Telephone Answered 24 Hours 1548 - 6th Ave. Sold by Paulette Lorber ■ ■■■■■■■■■ I ! I i I 1 i I 4»- i 1 I I I i i I I I 1 J ! I I I I i + - - ! I I I I I 1 I I I i I Compliments of Friends of North High Sold by Julie Hughes Del s Barber Shop 409 W. Euclid " All the Modern Styles " Hours 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Sold by Dorothy Phares + I ! i ■ i Mama Lacona ' s Pizza Restaurant Special Prices for School Parties FOR DELIVERY CALL 274-0403 3627 Beaver Ave. 1 Block South of Douglas Sold by Craig Bancroft + I + i Sherman ' s Super Valu 1623 Sixth Avenue Sold by Bob Hennings The French Way and Barnes QUALITY CLEANERS AND FURRIERS 413 Euclid FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY 7 Convenient Locations Suede and Leather Cleaning Specialists Sold by Glenn Wells ! — — » — »■ — » — - — »» — + Russ Walker Paint Store DUTCH BOY DEALER 415 Euclid Phone 288-6473 DES Moines, Iowa Sold by Rita Foster PAUL DAVIDSON REALTY Congratulations Class of ' 67 1 I I Ph. 243-1002 — 243-1006 800 Euclid j We hope we may be of service to you in the future ! Sold by Marcia Gates 1 + + | i ■ i ■ i I . f Hudson ' s Lambert Dairy Shop 508 E. Euclid 282-6201 FRIENDLY SERVICE Jim and Peggy Hudson " Perfect food at a perfect price " Sold by Pam Hall i I m _________ _ . _ „ _ _ _ I 4 Allied Auto Supply Inc. 5728 Hickman Road •■+ I I i Sold by Kathy Johnson i ! I BACH SALES CENTER Sewing Machines, Television, Stereo, Radios Tape Recorders " Store of Quality " 203 Euclid Sold by Glenn Wells + — Congratulations " 67 " Grads MABEL DAHLSTROM BORG ROY W. S. DAHLSTROM DAHLSTROM FUNERAL HOME L Sold by Kathy Johnson and Peggy Davis —185— + +.- Congratulations to The Class of 1967 Geo. Walker Ford Inc. 17th Ingersoll After the Sale We Servi ce Sold by Steve Bump J .+ 1 ■ For Fine Food Vic ' s Tally Ho j 5601 Douglas i 4. . , . — .. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy Burns f + " f 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 274-3401 Sold by Vicki Shafet f ■t I i I with " Quality You Can Taste " n W J -RnDERsan ericksoh DAIRY CO. 2229 Hubbell Des Moines • Phone Collect 265-2521 Sold by Barb Cox | — 4 +•—-—-—-—-—-— —————— ■ , . . — . . . , , _ —186— i I i I i ■ i i CONGRATULATIONS DIAL FINANCE COMPANY t I Sold by Vicki Sharer j + SAVERY DRESS CLUB Alterations Cleaning — Pressing 413 Locust St. Phone 244-8590 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Rick Fredericksen •t ! CONGRATULATIONS I j I Iowa Machinery Supply Co., Inc. j 1711 Second Ave. 288-0123 j I I I •+ + OK BARBER SHOP 1606 Sixth Ave. I + Sold by Bruce Schuck Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Steve Bump HIGGINS FORD " Keeps Des Moines on Wheels " Hast 4th Grand 4 — — + — — Ph. 288-2271 Sold hy Steve Humi Rissman Auto Parts Ph. 243-5116 1244 2nd Complete Machine Shop Engine Balancing Sold by RoKer Sanders AMERICAN REPUBLIC INSURANCE The training of a mind is an exciting, lifetime adventure. The mind may be taught, or it may be self- trained. But, no matter the method used, an education is never finished. If serving your fellow man through work in the business world seems challenging to you, we hope you will come see us when your school days are over. Sold by Dorothy Phares ! + — 187— +• 1 + — _• — .— ■ ._„„_„_„ ■ ■ GOOD LUCK SENIORS Highland Park State Bank Member F.D.I.C. Main Bank 3rd Euclid Drive-In Bank 2nd Euclid Sold by Paulette Lorber i ■ ■+ + . . . + Tender Crust Pie Company 1603 E. Grand Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Diana Crank i ■+ CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Midwestern Paper Co. (The House of Service) 1801 Hull + ■■■■■■■■■ — ,,_»_,« — »_.,_.„ — — + +,_„„_.,_»„_„_,„_,„_»„_„_„,_„,_„, 265-1631 Sold by Julie Hughes i ■ - ■ ■ . — — + J3e5t lAJld ied 7o Jlie " CLASS OF 1967 " NILES JONES CANDY— STAPLE SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES— PAPER PRODUCTS 118 South East 4th Street Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Pat Lovig — 188— I HINKY DINKY STORES 19th Carpenter " f I ■ I 1 I CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING SENIORS I 2710 Ingersoll N.W. Comer Beaver Douglas S.W. 9th Bell East Gate — E. 14th Euclid + S : ld by Amy Richardson i I I I FRANKELS Downtown Park Fair Sold by Steve Bump PAT ' S BEAUTY SHOP 4040 Cambridge Phone 243-1566 j Pat Fredericksen Model Airplanes — Radio Control Equipment H.O. Model Trains and Equipment — Slot Racing Equipment Johnson Outboard Motors Marine Equipment I S ild by Kirk Frederic ksen PINOCCHIO ' S PIZZA SHACK 3001 Hickman Road 255-0096 IOWA SERVICE CO. 282-5257 Terms Lay Awoy 12th Mulberry j Sold by Sam Genovese ! + , + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS The best of luck to you in the future. May you fulfill your every dream. MEYER ' S PHARMACY 2726 Douglas Des Moines, Iowa S ild by Pattv toil . + i Sold by Mike I ' attison i + Des Moines Stationery — + Complete School Office Outfitters THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS: University Store Downtown Des Moines 2429 University 507 - 11 Locust 277-1987 288-4801 Newton Office Supply 102 - 1st Ave. North Newton, Iowa S ild by Kathy Johnson and I ' eKR-y Davis I I I I + ■ CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS, FROM LINN ' S SUPER VALU 3805 Sixth Avenue Sold by Rick Davenport ' § MID-SEVEN TRANSFER COMPANY I i I 2323 Delaware 266-5181 Sold by Dennis Miner at i MATHEWS HONDA You will see the new Honda Super J 0. S-90 (90cc.) It ' s the new sports version of the Honda so popular now to both young and old alike. The new Honda is not only sleek in appearance but light weight and easy to handle. MATHEWS HONDA 4224 N.E. 14th Phone 262-3887 DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Glenn Wells IS Your Life In Balance? BALANCE IT WITH JESUS CHRIST AS SAVIOR AND LORD OF YOUR LIFE " REMEMBER NOW THY CREATOR IN THE DAYS OF THY YOUTH " Ecclesiostes 12:1 God Says: YOU Are Always Welcome! CAPITAL CITY BAPTIST CHURCH 4101 AMHERST G. L. LA FORGE, Pastor " The Church That ' s Different, You ' ll Like It " Sold by Kathy Burns J I ■+ CONSIDER... A CAREER ...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 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. ©I EQUITABLE OF IOWA FOUNDED IN DES MOINES IN 1867 Sold by Sheryl Johnson — 190— RAINES INS USANCE 4000 - 6th Ave. Ph. 288-8545 Des Moines j) Iowa INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE " Sold by Pat Matzkr f Compliments of the Steele HcuAe fa ' J taut aw t Hwy. 69 Ankeny, Iowa Sold by Penury Davis and Knthy Johnson . + LES CALVERT REALTY 5005 Douglas Avenue 276-4501 276-3588 Sold by Marilyn Eokman — + Phone 288-6704 MAX HARRIMAN - HAIR STYLIST — of Pork Foir — ■ 100 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa ! Sold by Sheryl Johnson + ■ ■ ■ + + + I i ITS IOWA ' S FAVORITE because it ' s Iowa Farm Fresh f Pick the carton with the Elsie-Daisy B0RDENS DAIRY PRODUCTS Sold by Barb Cox I 4 — + The Safest Place In Des Moines Is On A Bus DES MOINES TRANSIT COMPANY I Sold by Steve Bump -191 — i i i i i BLUE WILLOW RESTAURANT 2502 Forest Avenue Des Moines R. R. Thornton, Mgr. S.ild by Craitr Bancroft I I 4- I ■ I I HI LAND PASTRY 3615 Sixth Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Martinson Sild by Barb Cj: + Dee Jewell Helen Jewell ■ I i I -+ • + i i i i Jewell Insurance Agency For All Your Insurance Needs Phone 279-0403 1725 Grand, P.O. 39 West Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Marilyn Eckman BOB AND BILLS BARBER SHOP i 3602 Second Avenue Sold by Steve Bump I HAWKINS GREENHOUSE and FLOWER SHOP + I i 4270 N. W. Sixth Drive 288-4831 Sl»1(1 by Tammy H wlby and Julie Hughes f I [ Comet - Mercury Lincoln - Continental - Cougar | I Orville Lowe Midtown Motors i i ■ i 1408 Locust Street 282-8323 Sold by Julie Hughes „_„ „ . . PEPSI COLA Taste that beats the others cold — Pepsi pours it on. — — — — — 192— Sold by Craiic Bancroft COMPLIMENTS OF ARNOLD ' S HIGHLAND PARK FUNERAL HOME J. P. Arno ld, Prop. 3500 Sixth Avenue Bold by PeKKy Davis and Kathy Johnson Footwear for All the Family FIELD SHOE CO. 710 Walnut Street Sold by l.inda Haisetti OLSON-SUTHERLAND MOTOR CO., INC. 835 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa USED CARS Bargain Center of Iowa Congratulations to the 1967 Seniors L. W. OLSON GLENN R. SUTHERLAND Sold by PeKicy Davis and Kathy Johnson THREE NORTHWEST LOCATIONS . . • Beaverdale • Urbandale • Johnston BANK BRENTON Northwest Des Moines National Bank FOR GRADUATION PORTRAITS . . . ... IN THE MODERN TREND LAWSONS Highland Park PHOTOGRAPHERS 605 Douglas 243-0661 Sold by Penny Schwab j ■ ■ ■ — — — ■+ Locker cleon up is done by Tona Roff, Velma Reeves, Kathy Price, and Lynda SassatelJi. " " ■ ■ ■ ■ — Congratulations Seniors ANDYS DRIVE-IN 3418 E. 14th Street Home of the original steakburger ' Dining Room — Curb Service + Sold by Penny Schwab 1 - - - + the Chippiest chips around IOWA ' S LARGEST HOME-OWNED POTATO CHIP COMPANY -193- SuM by 1 m. la Bansetti + Congratulations Seniors HIGHLAND PHARMACY 6th Euclid Ave. I Phone 244-6275 + I i I Complete Prescription Service Sold by Paulette Lorber ! , . ■ + HI-HO GRILL 417 Euclid Avenue 1 DELICIOUS FOOD Sold by Peiriry Davis and Kathy Johnson oCoii A (f3eauty Sale Ion 4207 B Sixth Avenue Open Thurs. and Fri. Evenings by appointment Sold by Glenn Wells + CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 67 Larry M. Anderson Insurance " Your State Farm Insurance Representative " 1028 Grand Avenue Phone 243-3116 I Sold by Dorothy Phares I _„ — _. » « . ... + COMPLIMENTS Hamilton ' s Funeral Homes 520 East Ninth 6337 Hickman Road Sold by Pejcary Davis and Kathy Johnson GRAND VIEW COLLEGE • HIGH STANDARDS • CHRISTIAN EDUCATION • 2 YEARS LIBERAL ARTS • PRE PROFESSIONAL a colli:ge of the LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA For information, please write Office of Admissions . . . GRAND VIEW COLLEGE • DES MOINES, IOWA 50316 • — 194— I I I I I I + Congratulations THE POPCORN BIN Park Fair Shopping Center Phone 288-6681 — Sold by Linda Barsetti l I CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 67 HIGHLAND PARK SHOPPER Sold by Amy Richardson + i KLEIN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 6th and Euclid Customer Parking Free in Rear Sold by Steve Bump CONTACT LENSES Eyes Examined - Glasses Fitted I ■ I + i ! WHITIE SOUTH S BARBER SHOP | 4207 6th Ave. + Sold by Rick Fredericksen j — + SIMPSON SUPER VALU E. 9fh Guthrie .clone] 3 1 + - Sold by Barb Cox + I + J ■ I 516 Walnut Street Des Moines, Iowa Phone 244-5354 Sold by Glenn Wells ACME CLEANERS 523 EUCLID PHONE 243-8621 Sold by Steve Bump I ._ . ■ ■ CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS i i 3614 -6th Ave. Phone 243-2250 Quality ★ WEDDING PORTRAIT Sold by Rosann Webb —195— + ' ■ I ! 1 1 ■ i - i i i ■ i i i i KING YING LOW " One of the Oldest Chinese American Restaurants in Iowa " I I 223 - 4th St. 243-7049 Sold by Craig Bancroft MACMILLAN OIL CO. 4306 - 2nd Ave. 283-0632 Gasoline — Fuel Oil — Propone Sold by Glenn Wells + i I I + | j i HERMAN MILLER REALTY CO. 4006 Sixth Avenue 288-9161 + — i SdIcI by Kay Vijtnovich FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS HURST Performance Products + i CITY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. Distributors: AUTOMOTIVE PARTS — ACCESSORIES CHEMICALS 1537 Second Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Phone 288-5729 Sold by Steve Bump j . — 4 i i ! I l i - ■- I I j i i + - KEN FOX STANDARD SERVICE 6th Seneca 243-9945 i i i I ■ i Sold by Glenn Wells ENCYCLOPEDIA AMERICANA 6701 Douglas 276-1556 Find out about the Min - Max teaching machine Sold by Marilyn Eckman +- i ■+ i Des Moines Marble Mantel Co. 938 - 6th Avenue Phone 244-8327 Tile and Marble for Homes Baths — Floors — Kitchens Fireplaces — Fireplace Fixtures Tile and Terrazzo for Buildings and Offices Sold by Steve Bump T Bankers Trust Company 6th and Locust New Office: 3905 Merle May Road, Des Moines Main Office: Sixth and Locust, Des Moines Other Offices: 6617 University, Windsor Heights, and Grimes Member: Federol Reserve System and F.D.I.C. Sold by Glenn Well I f I j i i i -+ ——————— — — — — • — ■ + Neilson Candy Bar Imported from Canada Gordon ' s Wholesale Inc. + — . — ... — . i Sold by Paulette Lorber j ... ,„_„_„_,._._.+ —196— HANES MOTOR CO. General Repairing — All Makes Willard " Bill " Hanes 3703 - 6th Ave. I Phone 243-2038 1 Sold by Glenn Wells 1 + ■ — ■ — ■ — ■ — m — a — - — a — - — ■ — — ... — ■ — _ — . — . — „„ — ,. — ..J. COMPLIMENTS OF Frisk and Moon — i CATERING + — Sold by Virgie Anderson Mike Anania Insurance Agency 1 407 Court Ave. 243-8666 ! DES MOINES, IOWA 50309 i Sold by Dennis Miner + i i i +. — , , ,„, — rfhtfrewJ Studio i Reese Grocery The Best Ground Beef in Town " Euclid Bowdoin 282-8296 Sold by Linda Barsetti 822 Walnut Street 244-4956 Sold by Barb Cox + — „„ — a — ■ — „„ — . — ,,, — a — .... — ,„ — . — . — „„ — „, — „„ — „, — „„ — „ — „ Van Ginkle Athletic Manufacturing Co. j Gary Van Ginkle I 2208 Ingersoll | 1 + LETTER SWEATERS Sold by Tami Bowl by and Vetfgy Davis i HIGHLAND HAMBURGER SHOP OPEN 24 HOURS Closed Sundays 3618 Sixth Avenue Sold by Bill Steffey + ■ +■ I —197- MERLE HAY LANES In the Heart of Merle Hay Plaza Shopping Center BOWLING SNACK BAR 276-1588 Sold by f ' ;. Lorbei f . CHECKING ACCOUNT S Fast, Courteous, Confidential SERVICE Saturday Banking i i ! I I I + I I Sold by Julie Hughes I things gO better,! -with Coke BOTTLED BY DES MOINES COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Sold by Hick Brigprle ,„_»_. + Bank at the Big If You ' re Young and Alive Just Starting to Arrive . . . Now ' s the Time to Make Friends for the Future With the Folks at CENTRAL NATIONAL, " The Bank that Cares. " CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY LOCUST AT SIXTH AVENUE . DRIVE-IN WALK-UP TELLER FIFTH AND GRAND . DES MOINES, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Bold by Rosann Webb —198— I PIZZA HUT 1600 Euclid Ave. Order by Phone 244-7141 " Quality Reigns Supreme " PIZZA AT ITS BEST Sold by Nancy Underwood I I i — + SWEDISH VILLAGE NOON LUNCHES — ALL YOU CAN EAT FOR 99r 2718 Beaver 1503 E. Euclid Sold by Vioki Shafer 4 Congratulations to North Seniors FARM BUREAU LIFE INS. CO. FARM BUREAU MUTUAL INS. CO. I l Farm Bureau Building 10th Grand Dcs Moines, Iowa + — Sold by Glenn Wells i + I Like pencils, Drake students are not all alike. Some come from big cities, others from small towns. Some are from the East Coast, others from Cali- fornia. Some are from as near as Des Moines, others from as far away as Hong Kong. Some are rich, others of relatively mod- est means. Some want to become teachers, others lawyers, still others businessmen. Some are Republicans, others are Demo- crats. Drake students differ in many respects, but they share a common bond: the desire for an education. They are preparing themselves for careers while gain- ing insight into the problems con- fronting today ' s world. We would be pleased to answer your ques- tions about our study programs. RAKE UNIVERSITY Sold by Craig; Bancroft -199 Patronize Our Advertisers And Show Them We Appreciate Their Support + FOR GOOD FOOD AND PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE CHUCK ' S RESTAURANT ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOODS 3610 -6th Ave. Phone 244-4104 DES MOINES, IOWA You will enjoy dining in our new Patio Room. It is unique in Spanish-Italian design creating a warm and pleasant atmosphere. Special ceiling lighting and decorations complement our good food. Steaks, Chicken, Sea Foods, Pizza and Spaghetti are among the many selections on our menu. Bring the family for food prepared with care and patience that I ' m sure will please them. Your Hostess, Elizabeth —200— Sold by Pal Matzke + I i I +■■ ! + Holiday Inn North — 3501 E. 14th 265-2541 South — 2101 Fleur Drive 283-1711 Sold by Barb Cox CRYSTAL CLEANERS 3811 Douglas Avenue Sold by Bob Hennings - I f I CAMPION ' S STANDARD SERVICE i } 13th and Forest 243-9884 Sold by Cathy Eakins i I i PARK POCKET BILLIARD CENTER 3612 Sixth Avenue Des Moines, Iowa Highland Park Family Billiard Center Sold by Bill Steffey LA PIZZA HOUSE I Good Luck from a couple of North High I Graduates, Russ Reel and Abbie Polito 1013 S.E. 14th +, — ._„„ 288-2211 j I Sold by Barb Cox ' + HEADQUARTERS FOR vi H rTTi i d • i h C2y RECTANGULAR Julie Wilson is looked upon by Ronn Nussboum as she opens her locker. Sold by Steve Bum| -201 — JACQUES SALON OF BEAUTY Hair Stylist for Women Who Care Phone: 277-8778 3207 W. Douglas Ave. Des Moines, Iowa 50310 I Sold by Nancy Undei w»K d I h Iowa Bowling and Billiard Supply Inc. DICK WILLIS, Owner 1 701 2nd Avenue Phone 288-9737 Soli! by Kathy Johnson and Dorothy I ' hales +■ AMF WESTERN TOOL, INC. | i •+ i i Subsidiary of American Machine Foundry Company j Manufacturers of Power Lawnmowers Lawn Sweepers Golf Carts Snow Plows 3811 McDonald Ave. Ph. 265-3461 Sold by Steve Bump + + CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL I ■ + + I - I HANDY Way to Get About YELLOW CABS Phone 243-1111 S; ltl by VU-ki Shafer BELL BROS. Heating Air Conditioning Carrier Coleman i i 2822 - 6th Ave. FREE ESTIMATES 244-8911 Sold by Rick Lewis i Lint ' s Frontier Furniture And Carpet " Iowa ' s Most Unusual Furniture Store " 188 W. Ordnance Road Ankeny, Iowa 964-3316 Sold by Patty Nichols I . , — . ■ 4 , .+ Congratulations . . . and best wishes to all of you for the future. I If you are in need of financial assistance with J your college education, call or write us. I !.lll.lii!iiil Locust at Fourth (Downtown) Merle Hay Shopping Center United Federal Savings Des Moines Sold by Vicki Shafer + —202- NOW WHAT? A future exciting and challenging as never before awaits each of you graduating from high school this year. Yours is the future of the first man on the moon ... the scientist discovering a long-sought cure . . . a jet pilot circling the earth in 60 minutes. All this and more will be yours, so plan your future carefully . . . wisely. And no matter where you go, or what you do, you can always depend on this full- service bank for help and counsel in planning the best possible future for you. The Full Service Bank with the Personal Touch CAPITAL CITY STATE BANK EAST FIFTH AND LOCUST IN DOWNTOWN DES MOINES PHONE 244-5111 LA SERVICE _ w ™« 1 Over Forty Services In All, Including . . . • Low, Bank-Rate Auto Loans • Home Improvement Loans • Real Estate Mortgage Loans • Commercial Loans • Personal Loans • Two Types of Checking Accounts • Complete Trust Services • Safety Deposit Boxes • Passbook Savings Accounts • Certificates of Deposit • Drive-In Banking • Saturday Banking • Free Parking • Bank-By-Mail • Drafts and Cashier ' s Checks • Travelers Checks • Night Depository en ecu la za ■i — ------ — i — . RUSS OLMSTEAD ELECTRIC 3900 E. 14th St. Unit 17 Phone 265-4554 Sold by Patty Nichols George H. Cook Barry N. Minear LAWYERS j 3900 E. 14th St. Phone 265-5203 + — ' — — I 4 " - Sold by Patty Nichols + _________ SENECA PHARMACY 3900 E. 14th 265-4241 " FREE DELIVERY Sold by Patty Nichols + i DR. J. WALTER, M. D. 3900 E. 14th St. I Phone 265-4236 I Sold by Patty Nichols 1 + SENECA MAID-RITE Welcomes All North High Students | 3900 E. 14th 266-9477 ! Sold by Patty Nichols I R. M. BALL, D. D. S. 3900 E. 14th St. I Phone 265-2887 ■ Sold by Patty Nichols 1 _ + BEST WISHES SENIORS Seneca Apartments Capitol City Realty Apartments - Plaza space - Real Estate 1306 E. Seneca Phone 265-1641 Sold by Patty Nichols CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS PEET PAINT COMPANY Interior Decorating Service f 3900 E. 14th Phone 265-4291 Sold by Patty Nichols — • — f ACME SUPPLY CO. INDUSTRIAL TOOLS SUPPLIES I 3900 E. 14th St. Des Moines, Iowa I I Sold by Patty Nichols J _„ „______.+ + BUNNY ' S BAKE SHOPPE + i ■ i i J Best of Luck from Bunny ' s ! 3900 E. 14th 265-0867 ! Sold by Patty Nichols | + _______ _______ _ . „ „ + f 1 I I I SHIRLEY ' S SENECA BEAUTY SALON ! ,_.+ — 204— I I 3900 E. 14th I I + __. ,„_, Phone 265-4154 Sold by Patty Nichols i DR. C. E. WORSTER 1934 Jefferson Office 274-0406 Res. 283-1155 ..4. i Sold by Penny Schwab I ! I I i I + - MILTON J. DAKOVICH, D.O. 2628 Bearer Avenue 274-1647 Sold by Rick U +■ j I I I DR. CHARLES D. FREDERICKS + ■ i ! 1 143 -42nd Street I 4 ORTHODONTIST Phone 255-1135 ! Sold by Patty Nichols 1 + + i I Dr. Richard J. Fuller, DDS I 2822 East 29th Street Sold by Kathy Burns j DR. HARRY C. MORROW Practice Limited to Orthodontics Equitable Bldg. Phone 243-2654 Des Moines, Iowa 50309 I + — Sold by Dorothy 1 ha res DR. ROBERT C. PEARSON OPTOMETRIST i 3517 Sixth Ave. Phone 243-6618 j +- Sold by Rick Fredericksen i i j ! i .„ — , — „ — ■— ■ ■ ■ ■— ■ ■— — — — + Beving and Swanson ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS 707 East Locust Street Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Sold by Kathy Burns j . — — — — — _. — _. — + Go North Go Burgeson, Schlaser and Redfield M.D. ' s 711 East Locust Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Glenn Wells + I i i i i i DR. STEWART OLSON 7578 Hickman Road 276-4521 i Sold by Mary ' Silk J + i DR. THOMAS E. WARD OPTOMETRIST I 810 Fleming Bldg. I + . , 244-2419 I I Sold by Sheryl Johnson I + + I I DR. ROBERT L. SCHNEE DENTIST j 3521 Beaver Avenue 277-3551 | I Sold by Janet Ellsworth J + + +■- j i i i + JAMES S. HOFFER, D.D.S. Sold by Eric Younftrberi; Congratulations Seniors DR. E. F. ARNS CHIROPRACTOR 703 Euclid Ave. 243-8992 Sold by Kick Fredericksen —205— YOUNKER; " Satisfaction Always " Each year Younkers offers a program for young people from the Des Moines area high schools . . . TEEN BOARD for junior and senior girls, and ADVISORY BOARD for junior and senior boys. The young people selected to represent their respective schools are chosen for leader- ship qualities, high scholastic standing, personal recommendations from school administrators and evaluation from members of the retiring boards, plus their interest and ability in retail and fashion. They participate in special fashion shows during the year, give talks in their schools and to other groups on good grooming, publish a monthly newsletter and work in various junior departments each Saturday. Younkers salutes the representatives from North High School for a job very well done. left to right: Mari Rae, Diana Crank, Dave Lingwall and Dave Henry.


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