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

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Polar Bear 1968 North High School _Pes Moines, Iowa the North winds blew attitudes changed experience was gained in friends and in the world around us in a calm we pause to discover where we have been yes these were the winds of change Academics 4-25 Seniors 26-65 Underclassmen 66-79 School Life 80-91 Time For Talent 92-1 13 Organizations 114-133 Athletics 134-151 Special Recognition 152-159 Advertising. 160 in a rugged wind we are offered a challenge to set our sails on new horizons or drop anchor in unwanted ports Mr. Lawrence Hutzell performing a chem- istry experiment. —5— Mr. Webb Serves North Ably WENDELL WEBB Sioux Foils College, B.A. S.U.I., M.A. Mr. Webb carries on much of his business by telephone. After his first full year of service to North High, Mr. Webb has become a tradition to those of us at North High. His friendly smile and helping hand are continually being extended to us. His leadership is one we can all use as a guide in our lives. Mr. Webb has been responsible in making possible many of the events which we consider rightfully ours without thanks or gratitude. To him, as seniors, we leave this for remem- brance. Mr. Webb sells alumnus Judge Howard Brooks the first Booster Club membership. FRANK L. HILDRETH Hastings College, B.A. Colo. State, M.A. Graduate Study: Univ. of Wise. Univ. of Neb., Drake, I.S.U. Miss Lyons ' nine years of service to North High have not gone un- noticed or unappreciated by the girls she counsels. She assumes her counseling duties, helps with girls job opportunities, and serves as senior class sponsor. Boys ' and Girls ' Adv ' isers Assume Varied Responsibilities After serving five years as North High ' s vice principal and boys ' adviser, Mr. Hildreth has shown his fairness to all students. Mr. Hildreth assumes many responsibilities being boys ' adviser and vice principal. Among these duties are counseling, conducting aptitude tests for students, and handling job opportunities for boys. MAYME LYONS Simpson College, B.M., Drake, M. of Music Graduate Study: Univ. of So. Calif., Northwestern, Columbia Miss Lyons helping at a cnior prom meeting. —7— New Counseling Center Added This Year Preparing programs, aiding in the choice of a college, and planning for the future are only a small part of the responsibilities that the counselors assume. North High was very fortunate to receive a new counseling center this past year. With the addition of the new counseling center North added two new counselors and a clerk, who help to assist North students in plan- ning for the future. Mr. Miller and Mrs. Hensley in the new counseling quarters. LOUISE McCAUGHAN Drake, A.B., M.S.E. Graduate Study: Univ. of Mexico San Marcos Univ., Peru NORMAN MILLER Drake Univ., B.S., M.S. Drake, B.A., M.A. Graduate Study: S.U. MARTIN FILLERS Drake B.A. - M.S.E. Indiana University, University of Iowa, Colorado State, Notre Dame FRANCES BREWER Simpson College, B.A. Wisconsin University, M.A. JEAN HENSLEY Clerk Competent Office Staff Aids Students JOYCE HUDGENS The office staff keeps busy working all doy. Steno-Secretory The office staff plays an important part in the smooth functioning of North. Among their jobs are preparing absence lists, keeping records of students, mimeo- graphing materials, doing secretarial work and keeping accounts for the school and clubs. Without the daily work of the office staff, accurate records would be almost impossible to maintain. Board of Education Boord of Education — Rev. L. Robert Keck; Mr. Arthur Davis; Mr. Ora E. Niffeneger; Mr. Herrold V. Mann, secretory; John R. Haydon, president; Dr. Dwight M. Dovis, superintendent; Mrs. Jack Spevak; Mr. Merle Schlompp; Dr. George G. Coudill. English Emphasizes Greater Depth in Composition English plays a very important role in our fast moving world. There is a greater need for communication and understanding through the use of English today as never before. This is one of the reasons that English has become a basic part of our educational system. English is a tracked subject so tha students needing special atten- tion will be able to receive it. Advanced students go into greater depth in both reading and compo- sition. Mr. Hanson discusses the art of writing a term paper. LILLIAN HOURIGAN Parsons College, B.A. Graduate Study: Univ. of Chicago, S.U.I., Univ. of Minn., Drake PAULA HEARIOLD Yankton College, B.A. WILLIAM HUTCHISON Univ. of North Carolina, B.A. BILL NOLAN I. U.S., B.S. No picture available. MAX PALMER Drake B.A. FRANCES SWETT Tufts Univ., A.B. Columbio, M.A. JAMES WICKHAM Drake, B.A. Graduate Study: Dr ake, I.S.U. EDWARD HANSON Drake, B.A. WILLIAM MASON SHARON McLEOD LAWRENCE STREYFELLER LEE KOESTER Drake B A Univ. of N.C., B.A. Drake, B.A. Loras College, B.A., I.S.U. Columbia, M.A. Droke, M.S. Graduote Study: Univ. of Wis. Foreign Languages Enable Better Understanding Among Men North High students had the opportunity to explore four languages this year. French, Latin, German, and Spanish were all offered for students wishing to learn to speak each language. Along with learning the basis for each language, the students also study some of the countries culture. To supplement the daily classroom study the language lab plays a vital part to increase the students understanding of the language. Mrb. McLccd operates ccntrols for language lob. ■ 1 } 1 1 m I. French students use the language lab. — 1 1 — Mathematics Opens the Way for Higher Education Bill Ellsworth views the icosahedron. Mastering equations and solving proofs are daily projects undertaken by students enrolled in math courses. Students may choose from a wide area of math courses offered, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, college math, and probability. These courses will help the students of today with their everyday problems of tomorrow. EUGENE WORDEN Drake, B.A. Groduote Study: Columbia, Univ. of la., S.U.I., I.S.U. HARRY MORTENSEN Grandview, 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. VERNON BLY Luther College, B.A. Kansos State, M.S. Graduate Study: S.U.I., I.S.U., Drake, Rutgers, University of Southern Colifornia Science Teaches Controlled Experiments As Method of Study WALTER FRANZ Iowa Wesleyan College, B.S. Univ. of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, South Dakota State, Univ. of Conn., Univ. of Mo. Griff Reese and John Ohnmacht wrestle man eating lizard. Three courses of scientific study are offered to North students, physics, chemistry, and biology. Students in all classes work on team experiments to understand basic scientific principles. Team experiments play an important part in expanding the knowl- edge of the students. Through comparison and relating of data, students can make better use of knowledge they S3cure from the calculations they make. LAURENCE HUTZELL U.N. I., B.A. Middle Tenn. State Univ., M.A. JOHN BRINDLEY S.C.I., B.A. I.S.U., M.S. I.S.U., Drake Univ. CHARLES LEHFELD Central College, B.A. Omaha Univ., M.S. Graduate Study: Wm. Jewell College, Iowa State University, Droke GARY CURTIS N.W.M.S.C., B.S. Social Sciences Explore Future and Past Big enriches knowledge ot Japanese Bell Tower communication, it becomes more and more important for ' American Citzens to know, not only the background of their own country, but also the cultures of all countries of the world. The unlocking of these realms is the aim of the Social Science Department. r LI! If . The Big T honor students supplement classroom study through field trips. Mr. Grazlano disploys Big T flog Big T Is Unique Part Of Social Science Department ROBERT MUNCH Graceland College, A. A. Drake, B.A. JERRY RIDGEWAY Drake, B.A. ELSIE WILMETH Drake, B.S. Graduate Study: Northwestern DARRELL GRIPENBERG Drake Univ., B.A. —15— Secretarial, Business Courses Provide Office Skills The Business Education Department takes in a wide variety of training. Typing, shorthand, notehand, bookkeeping, salesmanship, commercial geography, commer- cial math, and commercial law are all offere to the students. The experience that is provided to the students through keeping actual account and records of transaction, and taking dictation helps the students prepare for jobs in the business world. —16 — MARY HELEN MUELL Ohio State, B.S. Ed. Graduate Study: Drake 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. Gym Classes Stress Physical Fitness Swimming, playing baseball, football, ten- nis, golf, jumping on the trampoline, lifting weights, and exercises are all a part of the physical education classes. To be mentally fit it is essential to have a physically fit body also. In academic phases of life a student will do much better if he is physically fit. Vickie Hawkins scores two. —17— Art and Music Department Develops Special Talents KARL KILLINGER University of Notre Dame St. Ambrose College Dral e University, B.M.E., M.M.E. DONNA EMMONS Drake Univ., B.M., M.M. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Boston Univ. teacher, Joel Miller, directs orchestra while Mr. Killinger looks on. The art and music department of North develops special talents in students. The art department consists of arts and crafts classes. In the music department Miss Emmons directs vocal music and a humanities class while Mr. Killinger directs all in- strumental music. MARI LOU WEILBRENNER Drake, B.F.A. Mrs. Weilbrenner helps Ellen Mittag with on art project. LeROY MITCHELL Drake, B.A. speech and Drama Display Self Expression Fifth hour drama class rehearses for one act plays. Imagination and creativity are developed in speech and drama classes under the direction of John Thompson. Among the assignments that were given were making up skits and pantomimes, pre- senting one-act plays, and giving speeches. Making file cards and preparing case outlines are only a few of the numerous activities that the debate class participate in. The debators then take on competition in tournaments. This year the debate class centered their study on criminal investigation. Oracle and Polar Bear Teach Students Responsibilities The Polar Bear and the Oracle are the two main responsibilities of the journalism class under the direction of Walter Barnett. Both the yearbook and paper include planning pages, writing con- cisely, meeting deadlines, selling advertising, and identifying and cropping pictures. The first semester of study is learning the basic principles of writing good news and feature stories. The second semester students assume the responsibility of the Oracle and third semester students compose the Polar Bear Staff. DECA Blends Working Experience With Class Learning RICHARD BERRY Drake, B.S. Distributive Education students are trained and have on the job experience for careers in wholesaling, retailing, and service establishments. These students receive this training and instruction in the classroom, along with their regular studies, in the morn- ing and work at respective places of business during the afternoon. Each of the students in the program are required to have taken a course in salesmanship. They are then able to put their knowledge to practice by working in various business establish- ments. DECA students in front of the Copitol. Home Management Prepares Students For Marriage Preparing meals, creating ward- robes, caring for children and in- vestigating the area of family rela- tions are activities offered in the home economics courses at North this year. North has an excellent home- making center offering kitchens, furnished living room, and sewing machines to help further the study of nutrition, food preparation, child care, home management, home fur- nishing, and family relations. Judy Cremer ond Jo Ann Phoenix cut out moteriol In fifth hour homemaking closs. —20— ERMA WILSON I.S.U., B.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Drake Industrial Arts and Driving Skills Learned DAVID HARDIE Iowa State, B.S. Le ROY PA RSONS Stout State Univ., B.S. I.S.U., M.S. Aim LARRY WIEDEMEIER State College of Iowa, B.A. Mr. Wiedemeier and Mike Noble experiment with a new machine which diognoses engine trouble. IRVIN WILDMAN Parsons, B.S. Iowa State Colorado A. M. Drake GARY TAYLOR -21 — Dole Houghom plans future homes. The industrial arts department which con- sists of classes of woodshop, mechanical draw- ing, auto mechanics, and metal shop, provides students with basic fundamentals in each of these departments. The Driver Education department teaches safety as a prime principle of driving. Class- room study and actual driving experience are a part of the semester course. JAY V AND Work-Study Provides For Valuable Future Work Study students design Christmas Cards. The work-study program provides a chance for students to get special education and prepare students for future jobs. The purpose of the work study program is to provide special education students with vocational training and further help in adjustment to their homes and community. One classroom project this year was for the students to design and make their own Christmas cards. MARGARET BALDWIN LARRY BIGGS JOSEPHINE MALTERUD LAWRENCE SALSOW Whittier College Drake, B.S.E. Drake University, B.S., M A. Univ. of Neb., B.S. State University of Iowa, B.A. Graduate Study; Univ. of Neb., Graduate Study: Drake Colo. State Univ., I.S.U., Drake University, S.U.I. —22— SALLY VITTETEAUX JOHN WARREN KENNETH WHITNEY ELLA JONES Drake Univ., B.A. Drake University, B.S., M.S. Xovier Univ. lowo State University, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake, S.U.I. Drake Univ. Graduote Study: Drake Graduate Study: I.S.U. The Concession Stand Committee consists of Mr. Ken Whitney, Dan Bobenhouse, Liz Green, Harmon Whitfield, Diane King, and Johnny Thompson. —23— Custodial Staff, Cooks Provide For the Welfare of Students and Teachers 5 " Nelson, Mork Triplett, Beverly Jones. Row Two — Dove Bolin, Fronk Palsic, Gory Deoton Lloyd Grcsdol, Roy Monson. ' . Verder? " " " ' How d Frozier, John Lukaszow, John Brown, Frank Smith, Stanley Stahowich, Herman The custodial staff and matrons are a vital part in making North a better place for learning. The cooks provide teachers and students with daily lunches, and help plan for club banquets which require food. Row One — Judy Patterson, Mary Jane Pike, Alpharetta Koch, Bernice BIy, Mildred Cowles. Row Two — Delores Koehly Clora Cauike, Wilma Norns, lona Vernon, Arlys Benshoof, Helen Amadeo, Dott Barney. Row Three — Moy Smith ' Nona Griffith, Mane Meyer. —24— PHYLLIS SELLERS Librarian Iowa Stote Univ., B.S. Grcduate Study: Univ. of Chicago ELEANOR W. BLANKS Texas Women ' s University, 8. A. University of Texas, M.A. University of Texas, M.L.S. Bob Ligouri, Brenda Molsberry, Mrs. Diwiere, and Mrs. Sellers work co-operatively in the library. Library Provides Quiet Study Atmosphere The North High Library provides a pleasant atmosphere for study for students during lunch hour, before and after school, and during study periods. At any time Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Blanks, or Mrs. Diwiere are willing to help a student find material which he cannot secure by himself. Material for research papers, can be found in the library. daily assignments, or just pleasant reading JOANN DWIERE Library Clerk Nurse, Reading Lab Instructor Assist North Increasing reading speed and comprehension are basic objectives of the reading lab. Students who are interested in improving their reading ability go to the reading lab during their study halls. Films are flashed on a screen at different rates of speed, and then comprehension tests are given over the films. For students who become ill or need a gym excuse go to the nurse for assistance. Students dur- ing their study halls help Mrs. Fjelde in the nurse ' s office. BEULAH FJELDE HELEN MORISON JODY AAcCOMBS Northwestern School of Nursing, Iowa State Teachers College T.V. Aide R.N. Univ. of Denver, B.S. Drake, B.S. Drake Univ., M.S. —25— in a shadowy misf of dawn the early September sun reflects the colors of autumn telling us we have a new spring to meet and conquer Karen Grigsby and Sharon Beattie being measured for cap and gown. —27— ROBERT HALL STEVE GATE President Vice-President MARGARET JUNKER BARBARA HEVLIN Treasurer Treasurer —28— ABARR, DENNIS C. Swimming 3, 4; Tennis 4, ABBEY, DOUG Stuuent Council 4; Home Room President 4; Home Room Secretary 3; Art Committee 7, 8; Bond 3, 4; All-City Bond 3, 4; Baseball 4; Golf 6, 8. AMOS, BOB Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Secretory 4; Home Room Assistont Secretory 6; Art Committee 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Stoge Committee 5; Simon of Simon ond Gardinio; Librory Assistant 3, 4; N Club 6, 7, 8; Boseball 4, 6, 8; Bosketboll 3, 4; Foot- boll 3, 5; Wrestling 7; Intromurols 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. ANDERSON, JEANNE LYNN Art Assistont 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teochers Club 7, 8. ARNOLD, JOANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretories 5, 6. ASHTON, MARY LOUISE Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Bond 7, 8; " Diory of Anne Fronk " Light Crew 8; " Li ' l Abner " Chorus 6; Life Saving 4. BAIRD, THOMAS LEE Student Council 4, 5; Home Room President 4, 5; Home Room Vice President 3, 6, 7; Thespions 7, 8; " The Crucible, " Cost 7; Orocle Reporter 7, 8; Assistant Sports Editor 8; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5: Boseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Cop and Gown Committee, Co-Choirmon 8; Thieves Carnival " cost 8. BANCROFT, CRAIG MICHAEL Student Council Vice President 7; Judicial Board 7; Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Secretary 6, 7; Home Room Treosurer 3, 4; " The Tempest, " " Li ' l Ab- ner, " " The Crucible " Cast 5, 6, 7, 8; Li- brary Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 6, Sports Editor 7; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; UN Trip 6; Baseboll 4, 6, 8; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8. BARSETTI, PATRICIA ANN Student Council Treasurer 7, Member 5, 7; Home Room President 5, Home Room Vice- President 4, Home Room Treasurer 3, 4; Citizenship Committee 4; Finonce Committee 7, 8, Choirmon 7; Social Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Thespion Club 7, 8; " Diory of Anne Fronk, " " Mod Womon of Choillot, " Makeup Committee 4 7; Orocle Reporter 7, 8; Orocle Page Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Gorden Club 5, 6; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Second Vice-President 7, 8; Future Teochers 3, 4 5, 6, Historion 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Rope Jumping 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 7, 8 Life Savings 5; Seors Teen Board 7, 8 United Notions Trip 6, Senior Bonquet Com mittee 8. BARSNESS, BEVERLY JEAN Usher Committee 6, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 6; Choir 7, 8, Li ' l Abner Makeup 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretories 7, 8, Intromurols 5, 6. BATTLES, JOSEPH PAUL " Streets of New York " Stage Committee 6; " Tempest, " Bard at Bokersville High, " " Fire Alorm ' Cost 4, 5, 6. BAYLES, SANDRA LEE Office Assistant 7. BEATTIE, SHARON ANNE Student Council 6; Home Room President 6; Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Secretory 3, 4; Exchange Student Committee 7, 8, Service Committee 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 6, 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 7, 8, Treosurer 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. BECKETT, CONNIE MARIE Student Council 7; Red Cross 6; Library Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Com- mittee 8. —29— BENNETT, CATHY CAROL BENNETT, JOHN PERRY BERGER. TERRY LEE BERGMAN, GARRY LEE Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Bond 5, 6, 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8; Swimming 4, 6, 8; Tennis 6, 8; Life Saving 4, 7, 8; Water Polo 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. BETHEL, CAROL JEANNETTE Art Committee 5, 6, 7. 8; Tutor Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 6, 7; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Cheer- leading 5, 6, 7, 8. BETHEL, PAMELA JEAN Student Council 8; Home Room President 8; Home Room Assistant Treasurer 3, 4; Art Committee 7, 8; Sociol Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Citizenship Committee 4; Thespian Club 7, 8; " Mad Woman of Choillot " Makeup Committee 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Garden Club 5, 6; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6; Orocle Reporter 7, 8; Yearbook Staff 7, 8; Polor Bear Advertising Monoger 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Senior Bonquet Com- mittee 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. BLACKCLOUD, EILEEN Pep Club 7, 8; Tomo, Toledo High School, Toledo, Iowa 3, 4; Girls Trock 4; Girls Bosketboll 3, 4; Girls Volleyboll 3, 4; Wash- ington Senior High School, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 5, 6. BLOMQUIST, KATHERINE ANN Home Room President 3; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Social Com- mittee 5, 6; Thespians 5, 6, 8; " Mod Woman of Choillot, " 3; " Streets of New York, " 4; " Tempest, " 5; " Crucible, " Cost 7; Dolphin 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8. BOBENHOUSE, DAN J. Student Council 6; Judicial Boord 6; Conces- sion Committee 8; Finonce Committee 7; Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Secretary 6; Choir 8; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 7; Library Assistonce 6, 7, 8; Garden Club President 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwonis 3; Cross Country 3, 5, 7, Captain 7; Swimming 3; Trock 4, 6, 8, Coptoin 6; Life Saving 4. BODENSTEINER, JAMES RICHARD BOESE, RAY AGUST BOGAN, SUSAN CORAL Home Room Vice President 8; Home Room Secretary 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. BIBBINS, ALBERT L. BOLES, STEVE EDWARD BOO, CAROLE RAE Home Room Secretary 8; One Act Ploys 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Rope Jumping J.V. Co-Coptoin 7, 8; Office Help 7, 8. BOOS, MAUREEN THEA Pep Club 3, 7, 8; Girls Student Leoder 6, 7, 8. BOWLBY, TAMMY LOUISE Home Room Vice President 6; Home Room Assistant Secretary 4; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Sociol Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; " Streets of New York, " Makeup; Oracle Reporter 6, 7, 8; Advertising Monoger 7; Senior Section 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls ' Student Leoder 3, 4, 7, 8. BOWLSBY, PATRICIA SUE Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Ustier Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Ctioir 7, 8; Donee Band 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Orchestra 5, 6; " Amotil and Night Visitors, " Orchestra; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. BOYD, WILLARO C. Home Room Vice President 4. BRACKEN, STEVE ALAN DECA 7, 8. BRAKLOW, ' JAMES FORREST Wrestling 3, 4. BRANDT, ELIZABETH ANN Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Orches- tra 7, 8; Horxjr Bond 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Or- chestra; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Student Leader 5, 6; Senior Swim-Luou Com- mittee 8. BRAUNSCHWEIG, THOMAS H. Concessions 3, 4; French Club 5, 6; Prom Committee 8. BRIGGLE, RICK L. Home Room President 5, 6; Home Room Vice President 3, 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Sports Editor 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Gun Club 7; Cross Country 5; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. BRODEEN, MICHELE JILL Exchonge Student 3; Red Cross 3; Bond 3, 4 5 6 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 4; Girls Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Quill Scroll 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. BUHRMASTER, LILA KAY DECA 7, 8. BUMP, STEVE GORDEN Judiciol Board 8; Student Council 3, 4, 7, 8; Home Room President 3, 4; Home Room Vice President 5; Sociol Committee 3, 4; Librory 3, 4; Oracle Reporter 5; Sports Edi- tor 6; Editor-lrv-Chief 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 6- N Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwonis 3, 4, 5; Pep Board 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5; Bosket- ball 3, 4, 5, 6; Cross Country 3; Golf 4, 6, 8; Bosketboll Monoger 3, 4; Student Leoder 7; Intromurols 5, 6; Prom Committee 8. BUMPILORI, KAY FRANCES Home Room Secretory 7, Assistont Secretory 8 Office Assistont 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7 8 Page Editor 8; Dolphin Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Majorettes 7, 8; Future Secretories 5, 6, 7, 8; Heolth Careers Club 7, 8; Life Soving 4. —31 — BURKHOLDER, CHERRY COLLEEN Red Cross 3, 4, 5, 6; Nurse Assistont 5, 6; Office Assistant 5, 6; Lotin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Heolth Coreers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; President 7, 8, Secretory 6. BURTON, CAROL ANTHONY Girls Glee Club 7, 8, Pep Club 5, 6, 7; Roosevelt 3; Pep Club. CALDWELL, BOB Student Council 7, 8; Home Room President 7, 8; Home Room Vice President 3, 4; Li- brofy Assistant 7, 8; Monitor 5, 6; Boy ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3, 7; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8. CALISTER, KENNETH MICHAEL Basketball 3, 4; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Trock 4. CALKINS, LINDA JEAN CARLBERG, KURT WILLIAM CARLEY, LAWRENCE W. CARTER, DAVE M. Dance Bond 8. CATE, STEPHEN HARPER Student Council 7, Judiciol Boord 7; Library Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Nurse Assistant 5, 6; Irving Tutor 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Golf 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 3, 4; UN Trip 6; Model UN 6, 8; Debote 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 5, 6, Vice President 7, 8, Senior Closs Vice President. CIPALE, CAROLYN ANN Home Room Secretary 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer 7, 8; Library Assistant 3, 4. CLARK, CATHY MAY Home Room Treosurer 3, 7; DECA 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4. CLARK, CRAIG PHILLIP Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Band 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Orchestra 5, 6, 7, 8; All-Stote Bond 7; Roosevelt 3, 4; Senior Banquet Committee 8. CLARK, ROBERT WILLIAM CLYDE, WILLIAM LEE DECA 7, 8; Boseboll 4. —32— COLEMON, VICTOR JR. Student Council Member 4; Home Room President 4, Vice President 3, 5; Boy ' s Club 6; Boseboll 4, 6, 8; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Upword Bound at PellQ, Summer. COLLIER, JANICE MAUREEN Student Council 5; Home Room President 5; Finance Committee 7; Red Cross Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Banquet Committee 8; Prom Committee 8. COLLINS, JERALD JOHN Student Council Member 6; Home Room President 6, Home Room Vice President 5; Lotin Club 3, 4; Boseboll 4, 6, 8; Bosket- ball 3, 4; Football 3, 7; Intramurals 7, 8. COLLINS, LINDA ANN Home Room Secretary 3, 4; Social Com- mittee 5, 6; Homecomir g Queen Condidote 7; " The Crucible, " Makeup 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Colonel 7, 8; Pep Boord 7, 8, Secretory 7, 8; Girls Student Leader 4, 5, 7, 8; Librory Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7, 8; Quill Scroll 8, Senior Mixer Committee 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Model UN 8. COLLINS, STEVEN JAMES Student Council 3; Home Room President 3; Garden Club 5, 6; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Student Center Monitor 7; BaseboM 4, 6, 8; Basketball 5, 6; Footboll 5, 7; Intra- murols 5, 6; Prom Committee 8. COMITO, KATHY SUE Home Room Vice President 8; Exchange Student Committee 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 5, Choir 7, 8; Thespians 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; Lighting Committee Chairman 7; Moke- up Committee 3, 7, Choirman 7, Future Teochers 3, 4, 5, Secretary 5; Pep Club 3, 4. CRAM, KATHLEEN ANN Home Room Secretory 8; Home Room Treas- urer 4, 5, 6; Service Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespions 7 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cast 6; Makeup Com- mittee 3, 6; French Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; KocJets 5, 6, 7, 8; Younkers Teen Board 7, 8; Golf 3, 4, 8; UN Trip 6; Senior Class Secretary 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. CRITCHFIELD, SUSAN KATHERINE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. CROWELL, LINDA DIANE Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. CULP, JERRY WAYNE DARLINGTON, CATHERINE SUE Library Assistant 6, 7, 8; Nurse Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. DAUGHERTY, DOUGLAS JOHN Home Room Treosurer 8; Spanish Club 5, 6; Basketball 3; Football 3; Intramurals 7, 8. DAVENPORT, RICHARD WAYNE Student Council 7; Home Room President 7; Home Room Treasurer 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Projection Committee 7, 8; Orocle Re- porter 6; Page Editor 7; Quill and Scroll 7, Polar Beor Tolent Section 8, Prom Com- mittee 8. DAVIS, BARBARA JO Girls Glee Club 5; Pep Club 3, 4. —33— DAVIS, FRANCINE J. Concessions 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Choir 8; Librory Assistant 6. DAVIS, MARGARET ANN Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Secretory 3; Home Room Treasurer 6; Ex- change Student Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Chair- man 8; Exchange student, Youth for Under- standing (Sweden); Usher Committee 7, 8; Librory Assistant 6, 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Feature Page Editor 7; Yearbook, Senior Section 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; French Club 5; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 7; Home- coming Queen 7; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sen- ior Mixer Committee 8. DAVIS, PAULA RENE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. DAVIS, REBECCA JO Student Council 7; Foreign Exchange Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Chairman 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Costume and Mokeup Com- mittee 6; Future Teachers 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Girls Student Leader 6. DAWSON, CYNTHIA SUE DAWSON, DALE PAULA Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cast 6; " The Crucible, " Costume 7; Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. DAY, RICHARD EUGENE Finance Committee 7, 8; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8, Thespians 7, 8; " The Streets of New York, " " The Crucible, " Cast 4, 7; Dis- trict and Stote Speech Contest 8; Cross Country 3; Wrestling 3; Boys Student Leod- er 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurals 7. DEEDS, JAMES RUSSELL Home Room Vice President 7, 8; Home Room Treasurer 6; Spanish Club 5, 6; Base- boll 4, 6, 8. DEGNER, DEBORAH L. Future Secretaries 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Bonquet Committee 8; Senior Announcement Committee 8. DEMPEWOLF, VERA SALINE Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Future Secre- tories 5. DENESON, JEAN LA VONNE Home Room Secretary 8; Home Room Treos- urer 7; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7; Social Committee 8; Ten- nis 4, 6, 8. DIEMER, DAVID MICHAEL DIX, KARI LYNNE Student Council 4, 7, 8; Home Room Presi- dent 4, 8; Home Room Secretary 6; Home Room Assistant Secretary 7; Home Room Treasurer 3; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Choirmon 7, 8; Tutor Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory and Presi- dent; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 3, 4. DONAHUE, CONNIE MAUREEN Home Room Secretary 5, 7; Red Cross Com- mittee 3, 4; Scholorship Committee 5, 6; Assistant Feature Page Editor 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treosurer 4, President 5, 6; UN Trip 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Quill Scroll; Senior Banquet Committee 8. DRAPER, CONNIE LEE DECA 7, 8. DRZYZGA, GAY LEE Home Room President 5. DUNCAN, SANDRA JEAN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8. EAKrNS, CATHY JANE Home Room Vice President 6; Home Room Secretary 3, 4, Assistant Secretory 5; DECA 7, 8; Pep Club 3. EBERT, ANTONIA VICTORIA Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Tutor Committee 5, 6; Lotin Club 5, 6. ECKMAN, MARILYN KAY Red Cross Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. ELINGS, TERRY LEE ELLENBERGER, JAMES MARTIN Student Council 4, 5; Home Room President 4, 5; Home Room Vice President 8; Home Room Treasurer 3; Constitution Revision Committee 5; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Bond 7, 8; Assistant Drum Major 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestra 6; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Photographer 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; UN Trip 6; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8; Golf 4; Lfbrory Assistont 3, 4, ELLIOTT, LINDA KAY Girls Athletic Recreation Association 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Health Association 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. ELLIS, DONALD PAUL Wrestling 5, 6, East High School 3, 4. ERICKSON, DIANE LYNN FAIRMAN, MIKE LEE FAULKNER, SCOTT RICHARD Home Room Vice President 4; Home Room Secretary 7; Home Room Treosurer 8; Choir 6; Thespians 6, 7, 8; " The Tempest, " " Under Milkwood, " " Li ' l Abner, " " The Diary of Anne Frank, " Cost 5, 6, 7, 8; Swimming 3, 5, 7; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Senior Announce- ment Committee 8. FETT, SHIRLEY LORENE Office Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 8. —35— FILBY, MARSHA LEA Student Council 6, 8; Home Room President 6, 8; Vice President 4; Secretory 5, 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Adver- tising Monog er 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodefs 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Future Secretories 5, 6, 7, 8, President 6, 7; Senior Banquet Committee 8, Senior Prom Committee 8. FISHER, HAROLD EUGENE Audio-Visuol Committee 7; Latin Club 5, 6; Boscboll 4; Footboll 3; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 7. FORKNER, DEANNE MAE Office Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7; Future Secretories 7, 8. FORMENTO, DONNA MARIE FOSTER, DENNIS LE RAY Home Room Assistant Treosurer 3, 4; Con- cessions 3, 4, 5, 6. FOSTER, RITA MAE Home Room Vice President 7; Home Room Secretary 8; Red Cross Committee 6, 7; French Club 5, 6, Future Teochers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. FRIEDEL, REBECCA LOUISE GATES, SUSAN KAY GAUDINEER, SUSANNE KAY All-City Student Council Alternate 3, 4; Home Room Secretary 3; Art Committee 7, 8; Youth Employment Committee 4, 5; Social Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 7; Orocle Reporter 7; Page Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Gorden Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. GENOVESE, SAMUEL JOSEPH Home Room President 4; Home Room Treas- urer 6; Stage Committee; Audio-Visual 7, 8; Thespians 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Stage Crew and Cast 6; " Diary of Anne Frank, " Cast 7; Substitute Librory Assistant 6, 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 6, 7, 8; Business Staff 6, 7; Edi- torial Staff 6, 7, Distribution; Quill ond Scroll 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Base- ball 4, 6, 8; Intramurals 7; Senior Class Historian; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Senior Announcement Committee Chairman 8. GIBSON, DENNIS WAYNE GIBSON, PATRICIA O. Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretories 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. GIBSON, SANDRA KAY Home Room President 8; Home Room Vice President 6. GIEFER, ANN MARIE Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 4. —36— GIEFER, KARLA KAY Dolphins 7, 8; Pep Club 8. GILLAM, JEFFREY ALAN Student Council Member 4, 5, 7, 8; Home Room President 4, 5, 7, 8; Home Room Vice President 6; Student Center Monitor 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, President 6; Football 3, 7; Swimming 3, 4. GILLASPEY, JOHN FLOYD Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, Thespians 7, 8; " The Crucible, " Cast and Stage Crew 7; Properties 7; Kiwonis 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Chess Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurois 7. GILLILANO, MARCIA ANN Home Room Vice President 6, Secretary 8, Treasurer 7; Orchestra 5, 6, 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistant 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Bonquet Committee 8. GODDARD, MERLIN DALE Senior Boys Representative 7, 8; Cop ond Gown Committee 8, Chairman 8; Football 3. GORDON, MARILYN KATHRYN GRANEY, MICHAEL PATRICK Basketball 3, 4, 7, 8; Football 3; Intro- murals 7, 8. GRANT, DONALD CHARLES GRAVES, JAMES RUDOLPH GREAVES, MARY LOUISE Student Council Member 7, 8; Home Room Vice President 3, 7; Social Committee 5, 6; Library Assistont 7, 8; Office Assistont 3, 4; Orocle Reporter 7; Orocle Co-Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Coptoin 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8, Chairmen 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. GREEN, ELIZABETH ANN Home Room Vice President 3; Art Com- mittee 7, 8; Concessions Committee 7, 8; French Club 7, 8; Future Teachers Club 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. GREEN, JOYCE LINDA GRIFFIN, SHERYL JANE Student Council Assistant Secretary 8; Home Room Vice President 5, 8, Treosurer 3; Art Committee 7, 8, Oracle Reporter 7; Orocle Page Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Coptoin 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. GRIGSBY, KAREN RAE Red Cross Committee 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 6, 7, 8; Choir 7, 8; " The Crucible, " Cast 7; " Li ' l Abner, " Make- up 6; " Diary of Anne Fronk, " Stoge Crew 8; Office Assistant 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. —37- GRIMES, EVA JEANNE Home Room Secretary 5, Treasurer 8; Social Committee 5, 6; Usher Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4, 6, 8; Senior Swim-Luou Committee 8. GROTHE, LAURA LYNN Red Cross 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespians 7, 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teochers 5; Girls Student Lead- ers 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. GUSTAFSON, PHILIP VERNON Student Council Member 3; Home Room President 3; Tutor 5, 6; " Mod Women of Chaillot ■ Cast 3; Gun Club 7, 8, President; Kiwonis 5, 6; Boys Club 3; Golf 4, 6, 8; Intramurals 7, 8. HAHN, KENNETH EUGENE Home Room President 5, Vice President 7; Projection Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Choirman 5, 6, 7, 8. HALL, DIANE LOUISE Pep Club 3, 5; Future Secretories 5, 7, 8; Cop ond Gown Committee 8. HALL, RICHARD WAYNE Boys Glee Club 8; Trock 8. HALL, ROBERT WILLIAM Student Council 8; Home Room President 8; Home Room Treasurer 4; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestro 6; Baseboll 4; Football 3; Debote 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Closs President 8. HALL, RUSS GARRY Stoge Committee 7, 8; Tutor Committee 7, 8; Choir 6; Thespians 7, 8; " The Tempest, " " Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner, " " The Crucible, " Cost 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Baseboll 4, ' 6; Basketball 3, 4; Life Saving 6, Senior Mixer Committee 8. HARMON, JOHN WILLIAM HART, LINDA CAROL HATA, JOYCE KATHLEEN Student Council 5, 6, Home Room Secretory 3, 4; Exchonge Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sociol Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, Chairman 5, 6; Tutorial Committee 7, 8; " Tempest, " " Li ' l Abner, " " Crucible, " " Dia ry of Anne Frank, " " Madwoman of Chaillot, " Cost 5, 6, 7, 8, Costume 7, Mokeup 3, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Rope Jumping 7, 8; Irving Tutors 7, 8; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6, Co-Captain 5, 6; United Notions Trip 6; Senior Art Committee 8. HAVNEN, PAUL MORGAN Student Council 3, 4; Home Room President 3, 4; Home Room Vice President 8; Home Room Treasurer 6; Social Committee 5; Pro- jection Committee 7, 8; Boy ' s Club 3, 4; Boseboll 4, 5; Football 3; Wrestling 3, 4; Life Saving 6, 8; Senior Announcement Committee 8. HAWKINS, VICKIE LYNN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Girls Student Leader 6. 7, 8. HAYES, JOHN ALLEN Home Room Assistant Treasurer 3, 4; Ten- nis 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. -38- HAYES, JUDY DIANE Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Des Moines Technicol High 3, 4, 5, 6. HAYS, MYRNA SUE Red Cross Committee 5; Usher Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretories 7, 8; Cop ond Gown Committee 8. HAYTER, KEVIN DALE Social Committee 3, 4; N Club 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Senior Swim ond Luou Committee 8. HENNIN6S, ROBERT ALTON Home Room Treasurer 3; Projection Com- mittee 7, 8; UN Trip 6; Orocle Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Speciol Recognition 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4. HENRY, DAVID ALLEN Home Room Vice President 3, 4, 6; Gorden Club 5, 6; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Sponish Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Vice President 5, 6; Kiwonis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Younkers Boys Advisory Boord 5. 6; Cross Country 3; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. HENRY, GARY L. Home Room Treosurer 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Kiwonis 7, 8; Tennis 4, 6. HENRY, STEPHEN FREDRICK Student Council 8; Home Room President 8; Home Room Vice President 3; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestro 3, 4, 5, 6; Honor Bond 4, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestro 6; Cross Coun- try 3, 5, 7; Trock 6, 8. HERMANN, DIANA LYNN Home Room Treasurer 5; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. HERNANDEZ, ENEDELIA Pep Club 8; Eost High 3, 4. HERSELIUS, JAMES LEWIS Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Assistant Sports Editor 8; Boys Club 5; United Notions Trip 6; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 5, 6; Foot- ball Manager 7. HEVLIN, BARBARA ANN Home Room Secretory 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 5, 6. HICKMAN, ZEOLA FAY Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Con mittee 8. HILL, RICHARD ALLAN HOOD, JANIE MARIE Home Room Secretary 3; Pep Club 3, 7, 8; Technical High School 3, 4. —39— NORTON, CLARA JEAN Home Room President 5; Home Room Vice President 8, Home Room Secretory 6. HOUGHAM, DALE CARL Home Room President 3, 7; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; FrerKh Club 3. HOUSEMAN, KAREN KAY Home Room Vice President 7; Red Cross 7. HUTCHINS, JIM JAY IBSON, RANDOLPH GORDON Art Committee 3, 4, 7, 8; Boys Glee Club 7; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8; Hollywood High School Nashville, Tennessee 3, 4. JACKSON, RICHARD EUGENE Boys Glee Club 8. HOWARD, CAROL FRANCES Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Future Secretaries 5, 6. HOWARD, THOMAS LYLE Wrestling 3, 4. HUGHES, JOYCE ELIZABETH HUGHES, JULIE KAY Student Council 7; Home Room President 7, Secretory 5; Sociol Committee 5, 6; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Office Assistont 3, 4, 5, 6; Lotin Club 3, 4; French Club 5, 6; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8, Assistont Treas- urer 5; Pep Board 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 6; Orocle Feoture Editor 7; Polor Bear Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 5, 6. 7, 8; UN Trip 6. JACKSON, WALLACE LEE Homo Room President 3; Art Committee 8; Bosketball 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Intramurals 8. JANSSEN, ALAN ROBERT Student Council 6; Home Room President 6; Home Room Secretary 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 5, 7; Donee Band 7, 8; Boseboll 4; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Life Saving 6. JEWETT, ROBERT W. Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. JOHNSON, CLAUDIA (LOLLY) KAY All-City Student Council 5, 6, 7, 8; Home Room Vice President 4, Home Room Treos- urer 3, Art Committee 7, 8; Social Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespian Club 7, 8; " Tempest " Cast 5, " Crucible, " " Diory of Anne Fronk, " Makeup Committee 7, 8; Office Assistant 3, 4; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 3, 4; Golf 6; Senior Banquet Committee 8. —40— JOHNSON, DIANE MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Student Leader 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. JOHNSON, DIANNE KATHLEEN Home Room Secretory 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6 JOHNSON, HARRIETT REBECCA Pep Club 7, 8; Future Homemal ers 6, 7; Office Assistant 3, 4; Girls Club 3, 4; Tecti- nicol High School 3, 4. JOHNSON, KATHLEEN ANN Foreign Exchonge Committee 7, 8; Red Cross 5, 6; Usher Committee 7, 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 6; Oracle Poge Editor 7; Polar Bear Academics Sec- tion 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teochers 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 5. JOHNSON, VICKI Student Council 3, 4; Home Room President 4; Home Room Vice President 3; DECA 7, 8, Secretary; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Art Committee 8. JOHNSON, WANDA JEAN Home Room Secretory 8. JORGENSON, MICHAEL CRAIG Student Council 5; Home Room President 5; Baseball 4. JUNKER, MARGARET FRANCES Student Council 7, 8; Home Room Treasurer 6; Foreign Exchange Committee 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Costume 6; Latin Club 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Heolth Careers 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Class Treosurer 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8. JURGENS, KENNETH DAVID Home Room Treasurer 3; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 7, 8; French Club 3, 4; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. KALLANSRUD, VICKI DIANE Student Council 4, 5, 6; Home Room Vice President 6, 7; Home Room Treasurer 5; Red Cross 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Choirmon 4, 5, 6; Red Cross Youth Counc il Represento- tlve 5, 6; Oracle Bookkeeping 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 7, Vice President 6, President 8. KAUFFMAN, KREG ARLEN Student Council President 7; Student Coun- cil 4, 7; Home Room President 4; Home Room Treasurer 8; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 7; Debate Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Debate 5, 6, 7, 8, President 5, 6; Secretory 7, 8; Garden Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7, Captain 7; Intromurols 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8, Co-Chairman. KAUFMANN, SUSAN MARIE Home Room Secretary 6; Cap and Gown 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 3; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8, Treosurer 7, Vice President 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. KEITH, RUSSELL GERALD Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Golf 4. KELOERMAN, DENNY EUGENE Home Room Secretory 5; Boy ' s Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Librory Assistant 8; Boseball 4, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Trock 8; Wrestling 3, 8; Intromurols 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8. KELDERMAN, GLORIA JEAN Home Room Treosurer 7; Girl ' s Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 3, 4; Student Leoder 6; Prom Committee 8. KENNEDY, PATRICK JAMES Student Council 5; Home Room President 5; Home Room Vice President 3, 6; Boseball 4, 8, Footboll 3, 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Intromurols 3; Cop and Gown Committee 8. KIMBALL, JEFF BENTON KING, DIANA LOU Home Room Secretory 7; Art Committee 7; Concessions Committee 7, 8; Girl ' s Glee Club 7, 8; Future Teochers Club 7, 8; Fu- ture Secretaries Club 3, 4, 5, 6. KINTER, SUSAN LEE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7. KLINE, STEPHEN T. Boseball Monoger 4; Football 3, 5, 7. KLISARES, KIM E. Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. KNESS, KATHY J. Home Room Vice President 8; Art Commit- tee 7; Social Committee 7, 8; Thespions 7, 8; Mokeup 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Office As- sistant 5, 6; Dolphins 5, 6; Future Home- makers 3, 4; Future Teochers 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. KOLLING, JANIS LEE Home Room President 6; Home Room Sec- retory 3, 4; Art Committee 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6; Office Assistont 5; Orocle Reporter 5, Page Editor 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 4; Kodets 6, 7, 8. KOONS, JOHN CHARLES Baseboll 4, Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 3; Intromurols 5, 6; Cap and Gown Committee 8. KOONS, ROBERT ALAN Student Council 3, 7, 8; Home Room Presi- dent 3, 7, 8; Home Room Vice President 6; Finonce Committee 8; Sociol Committee 8; Library Assistont 8; French Club 4; Kiwonis 3, 4; Bosketboll 3, 4, 7; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6; Intromurols 7, 8. LAKE, MICHAEL JAMES Art Committee 7, 8; Public Address Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Choirmon 5, 6, 7, 8; Stoge Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespions 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " " Diary of Ann Frank, " The Crucible, " Properties 7, 8, Art 7, 8; Kiwonis 3, 4; Boy ' s Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Trock 4; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Prom Com- mittee 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. LAKIN, KATHLEEN MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 8; Golf 3. LAMB, KATHLEEN ANN Home Room Secretory 5, 6; Home Room Assistont Secretary 3, 4, 5; Girls Glee Club 8. — 42 — LAMBERTI, MARTIN MICHAEL Home Room Vice President 5; Gun Club 7, 8; Dowling High School 3. LAW, DAN LEE Track 4, 6, Woterloo East, Woterloo 5. LEARY, JANIS LYNNE Home Room Vice President 8; Home Room Treosurer 6, 7; Usher Committee 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Lotin Club 3; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Mojorettes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co- Coptoin 7, 8; Golf 4; Senior Bonquet Com- mittee 8; Prom Committee 8. LECROY, GARY RICHARD Latin Club 3, 4; Politicol Information Club 8; Kiwonis 7, 8; Boys Club 6; Debote Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Bosketball 5, 6; Intromurols 5, 6. LeCROY, MICHAEL DAVID Home Room Vice President 4; Home Room Treosurer 6, Assistant Treasurer 8; Footboll 3, 7; Track 4; Wrestling 3, 4. LEE, STEVE CARL Home Room Vice President 3, 4; 3, 4; Cross Country 3. Basketball LEIGHTER, STEVE H. Student Council 7; Home Room President 7; Cross Country 3, 5; Football 7; Golf 6, Track 4; Boys Student Leader 6, 7, 8. LEO, MARTHA JANE Home Room Secretary 8; Home Room Treos- urer 3, 4; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secre- tory 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 4; Senior Swim ond Luau Dinner, Co-Chairmon 8. LEONG, SAM WING Student Council 6, 7, 8; Treasurer 8; Home Room President 6; Finance Committee 8, Choirman 8; Foreign Exchonge Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, Choirman 7; Orchestro 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8; Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Chorus 4, 8; All-Stote Chorus 7; " Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 4, 6; Tennis 4. LEVEKE, DIANNA MARIE Pep Club 4 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8, Dolphin Queen 8; Life Saving 5, 6; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. LEWIS, BARBARA LEE DECA 7 8; Saydel High School 3, 4; Spoo- ish Club 3, 4. LEWIS, DAVID MICHAEL Student Council 4, 8; Home Room President 4 8 Treosurer 7; Boys Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 5 6, 7, 8; Small Ensemble 7; " Li ' l Abner " Cost 6: Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8: Wrestling 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8. LIGOURl, ROBERT JAMES Home Room President 4; Home Room Vice President 6; Home Room Treosurer 5; Li- brory Assistont 5, 6, 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8- Gorden Club 5, 6; Spanish Club 5, 6; Boys Club 7, 8; Kiwonis 3, 4; Boseboll 4, 6, 8; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 3; Senior Mixer Committee 8 LIND, VICKi RAY Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Home Room Treosurer 3, 4; Art Committee 3, 4, 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6; Office Assistant 3, 4- Garden Club 5, 6; French Club 7, 8, Future Teochers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8 LINN, DIANE KAY Home Room Vice President 6; Home Room Secretory 7; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7; Choir 7, 8; Usher Committee 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Makeup 6; Future Teochers 5, 6; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7; Future Secre- taries 8. LOMBARDO, JOSEPH MICHAEL Home Room Vice President 3; Home Room Treasurer 4; Finance Committee 7, 8; Sociol Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Garden Club 7, 8; Kiwanis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 5, 6; Boseboll 4; Basketball 3, 4; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Boys Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8. LOREY, THOMAS WAYNE Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Projection Committee 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestra 6; Football 3; Prom Committee 8. MARDIS, CATHERINE ELIZABETH Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Thes- pians 7, 8; " Streets of New York, " " Li ' l Abner, " " The Crucible, " Cast; " Diary of Anne Frank, " Makeup 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Announcement Com- mittee 8. MARKER, MARGUERITE DASALEE Foreign Exchonge 7, 8; Tutorial Committee 5; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MARLIN, KAY Makeup Committee 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 7; Future Secretories 5, 6. LOWE, WAYNE JR. Home Room Vice President 6, 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8; Trock 4, 6, 8; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6. LUEDKE, PATRICIA ANN Home Room Vice President 7; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Majorettes 7, 8. LYNCH, DEANNA LYNN Home Room Vice President 3; Exchonge Student Committee 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7, 8; Moiling Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8; French Club 5, 6; Future Teochers 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4. MARCK, JEFFREY CHARLES Student Council 6, 7, 8; All-City Student Council 7, 8; Tutorial 5, 6; Service Com- mittee 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Cross Country 7; Debate 5, 6. MARTIN, CONSTANCE ANN Home Room Vice President 7, 8, Secretary 5, 6; Choir 8, Girls Gleg Club 5, 6; Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Irving Tutors 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 6: Golf 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secre- tary 7; Christmas Donee Queen 7; Senior Banquet Committee 8; Prom Committee 8. MARTINDALE, CYNTHIA LEE McCANN, JUDITH MARIE Home Room Secretary 4; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Nurse Assistont 3, 4, 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Polar Bear Senior Section 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Student Leoder 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 5; Sen- ior Mixer Committee 8; Senior Prom Com- mittee 8; Student Exchange 4. McCarthy, helen mary Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Glee Club 8; St. Jo- seph ' s Academy 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. -44- Mccarty, vicki ann Choir 3, 4; Jefferson High School Indiono 3, 4. McCARVILLE, PATRICIA EILEEN Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Honor Band 6, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Or- chestro 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Tennis 4; Senior Swim and Luau Dinner Committee 8. McCLANAHAN, RODNEY DEAN McCREA, MARY ANN Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6. 8; Choir 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Makeup 3, 4, 5, 6; Intromurals 8. McDonald, rowana Intramurols; Chorus 5; Girls Glee Club 3; Talent Show Committee 4; Tech High School 3, 4, 5. McKELVEY, KERRY LEE Football 3; Track 4. McKILLOP, JOAN MARIE Home Room Secretory 7; Library Assistant 3, 4; Future Teochers Club 4; Des Moines Technical High 3, 4. McKRAY, DELANE DEE Home Room Vice President 6, Art Commit- tee 5; Sociol Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; All-Stote Quortet 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cast 6; Office Assistant 8; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Girl Student Leoder 5, 6. McLEOD, CAMILLE ANN Home Room Secretary 3; Home Room Treos- urer 5; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8, Future Teochers 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 5; Senior Art Committee 8. McNELEY, SUZANNE ELIZABETH Girls Glee Club 4. MEADOR, BRENDA CAROL MICHELSON, JANET KAY Student Council 8; Home Room President 8 Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 7, 8; Richfield High School, Richfield, Minnesota 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8. MILES, DEAN MARTIN Cross Country 3, 5, 7; Trock 4, 6, 8. MILEUR, SHERI LYN Home Room Treasurer 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Office Assistant 6, Majorettes 6, 7] 8; Life Soving 4. —45— MILLARD, ANNETTE MAE Red Cross Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7; Future Secretories 5, 6, 7, 8. MILLER, CONSTANCE MARIE Student Council 3, 7, Secretory 7; Home Room President 3, Secretory 3; Socio) Com- mittee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretories 5, 6; Student Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8. MILLHOLLIN, GEORGIA ANN Home Room Secretory 4; Art Committee 7, 8; Girls Stote Representotive 6; Dolphins 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistont Treos- urer 6, Vice President 7; Kodets 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Homecoming Attendont 7. MILNE, LAURA RENEE Home Room Secretary 7; Art Committee 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. MINEAR, DENNIS CRAIG Home Room President 4, 5, 7; Student CourKil 4, 5, 7; Home Room Vice President 6; Finonce Committee 7, 8; Garden Club 5, 6; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. MINTLE, MICHAEL WAYNE Boys Glee Club 7, 8, Ttiespians 7, 8; Bas- ketball 5; Tennis 3; Wrestling 5. MITTAG, ELLEN KAE Home Room Treasurer 7; Art Committee 5, 6; Office Assistant 7, 8; Future Teochers Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Art Committee 8, Co-Choirman 8. MITCHELL, CAROLYN MOLSBERRY, BRENDA KAREN Student Council 3; Home Room President 3; Finance Committee 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Senior Bonquet Committee 8; Orchestra 3; French Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumping 5, 6, 7, 8; Mojorettes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Coptoin 7, 8; Student Leoder 6, 7, 8. MOORE, MARCIA LEE Home Room Vice President 8, Treosurer 5, 6; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespian Club 7, 8; Dolphin Club 7, 8; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sponish Club 5, 6; Nurse Assistant 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Senior Girls Representative 7, 8; Senior Swim and Luou Committee 8, Choirmon 8; Senior Art Committee 8. MORRIS, DONALD STEPHEN Student Council 5, 6; Home Room President 5, 6; Home Room Treasurer 8; Finance Committee 7, 8; Sociol Committee 8; French Club 5, 6; N Club 6; Kiwonis 3, 4, 5, 6; Sears Teen Board Representotive 7, 8; Sen- ior Mixer Committee 8; Cross Country 5; Football 3; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Trock 4, 6, 8; Student Leader 7, 8; Life Soving 4, 8. MORROW, JAMES ANTHONY Home Room Vice President 5, 6; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Glee Club 7, 8; One Act Ploys 7; " Li ' l Abner " Cost 6; Baseball 6; Cross Country 7; Trock 8; Swimming 3, 4; Senior Art Committee 8. NAUGHTON, MICHAEL BRUCE Home Room Vice President 3, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Prom Committee 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. NEAL, DAVID NICHOLAS Orchestra 3, 4, 5; Boseball 4, 6; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6; Cross Country 3, 5; Intromurols —46— NEWTON, SALLY JOHANNA Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8. NEWTON, TEARI LIN Girl ' s Glee Club 7, 8. NICHOLS, MarrGenea LEE Home Room Secretory 8, Assistant Secre- tory 6, Assistant Treasurer 4; Art Commit- tee 7; Red Cross Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Prom Committee 8; Office Assistont 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 7, 8; intramurois 8. NICHOLS, RONALD LEO Track 4. NICHOLSON, SANDRA JO Home Room Treosurer 8; Girls Glee Club 6, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 7, 8; Future Sec- retories 5, 6, 7, 8; Service Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 8. NIFFENEGGER, PATRICIA MAE Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Library Assmont 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. NODLAND, BEVERLY L. Home Room Treasurer 3; Red Cross 5, 6, " Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 8. NORDAKER, CRAIG RANDAL Student Council 3, 5; Home Room Preside»rt 3 5- Home Room Treasurer 4, 7; Boys Glee C ' lub 3 4 5; Choir 5, 6, 7; " Mod Woman of Choillot, " " Streets of New York, " " The Tempest, " " Li ' Abner, " " The Crucible, " Cast 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage Crew 7, 8; Kiwonis 3, 4, 5, 6; Boy» Club 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4, 5; Orocle Reporter 6; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8. OHM, RAELENE KAY Home Room Secretory 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 6; Rope Jumping 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teochers 3, 4, 5; United Nations Spring Tour 6; Mock United No- tions 6; Student Leoder 7, 8; Senior Arv- nouncement Committee 8. NIELSEN, DEBORAH DIANE Student Exchange 7, 8; Library Assistant 7 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, Treosurer; Roosevelt 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Prom Committee 8. NIELSEN, INGELISE AABY Home Room Treasurer 8; Exchange Student Committee 7, 8; Thespions 7, 8; " The Cru- cible " Mokeup 7; French Club 7, 8, Secre- tary 7; Pep Club 7, 8; Kodets 7, 8; Christ- mos Donee Queen Candidote 7; Videbaek Skole, Denmark 3, 4, 5, 6. OLIVER, GALE DWAYNE Kiwonis 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Boys Student Leoder 5, 6; Intromurals 3, 4. OLMSTEAD, CYNTHIA SUE Home Room Vice President 4; Home Room Secretory 8; Art Committee 7, 8; Thespians 7, 8; " The Tempest, " " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 5, 6; Office Assistont 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6 7, 8; Rope Jumping 7, 8; Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. — 47— OLSON, JERRY GIFFORD Home Room Vice President 6, 7; Tennis 4. OSBORNE, NANCY L. Pep Cub 3, 4, 5, 6, 5, 6. 8; Future Secretaries OSTER, HELAINE ANN Student Council 4, 8; Home Room President 4, Secretary 6, Treosurer 5; Foreign Ex- chonge Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Citizen- ship Committee 4; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Pubicity 8; Librory Assistant 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7; Orocle Co-Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8; Future Teochers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treosurer 5, Secretory 6; United Notions Trip 6; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8. OSTREM, DeWAYNE SCOTT Intromurols 8. OWENS, VAN CARSON Kiwanis 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 7, 8, Repre- sentotive 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5; Chess Club 5, 6; Bosketboll Scoreboord Operator 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Soturdoy Chemistry 5, 6. OXENFORD, TANYA JOLYN Home Room Secretary 5; Art Committee 1 , 8; Social Committee 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Girls Golf 3, 4; Life Soving 3, 4; Prom Committee 8. PARRISH, LYNN DIANE Student Council 8; Home Room President 7; Home Room Vice President 4; Art Commit- tee 7; Foreign Exchange Student Committee 7, 8; Sociol Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; French Club 5, 6; Pep Clutj 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Yearbook Sfoff 7, 8; Polar Beor Advertising Manoger 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Assistont Colonel 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. Pi V a r " PAYNEY, WILMA Student Council 7, 8; Home Room President 7, 8; Librory Assistont 5, 6, 7, 8. PECINA, LARRY OREN Tennis 3. PEDERSEN, ROBERT DALE PEDERSEN, STEVEN CRAIG Home Room Vice President 4, 6; Home Room Assistont Secretary 7; Home Room Treosurer 3; Finonce Committee 7, 8; Li- brory Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6. PERRY, SHIRLEY JEAN PERSON, RON ALAN Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 5, 6, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; French Club 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4; Boseboll 4; Boys Student Leader 7, 8. PETERSON, JOHN MARTIN 48- PHARES, DOROTHY MARIE Home Rcxjm Secretory 4, 5, 7, Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Choir 7 8, " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; " The Crucible, " Mokeup 7; " Diory of Anne Frank, " Usher; Prom Committee 8; Social Committee 5, 6; Dolphin Show 8, Orocle Reporter 6; Mail and Distribution 7, Polar Beor Activities Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Future Teochers 8; Lotin Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 7, 8; Model UN 8; Tennis 4, 6, 8. PHIPPS, MARCIA LYNN Home Room Secretory 4, 6; Home Room Treosurer 7; Audio-Visual Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Accomponist 3, 4, 7, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8, Accompionist 3, 4, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; " Mod Woman of Choillott, " Makeup 4; Lotin Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumpers PIERICK, JANE ANN Home Room Secretary 8; Dolphins 5, 6, 7, 8, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secre- taries 7, 8. PILCHER, BERYL ALVIN Student Council 7, 8; Home Room President 7, 8. POTTER, CAROL ANN FrerKh Club 7; Future Homemokers 5; Pep Cub 7; Future Secretaries 6, 7; Orange High School, Waterloo 3, 4, 5. POWELL, LINDA KAY Home Room Treosurer 5, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Spanish Club 3, 4; Future Teochers 5, Prom Committee 8. POWERS, MARY HELEN Prom Committee 8, Droke Relays Princess 4. QUICK, CYNTHIA JEAN Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Finance Com- mittee 7, 8, Usher 5, 6; Thespians 7, 8- Librory 7, 8; Garden Club 5, 6; French Club 3, 4, 5; Future Teachers 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 8, Cheerlcoding 3, 4. RAE, MARI ANNE Student Council 7, 8, Recording Secretory 8, Corresponding Secretary 7; Art Commit- tee 7, Thespions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; " Mddwomon of Choi llot " Cost 3; " Streets of New York " 4; " The Tempest " 5; " Under Milkwcod " 6; " The Crucible " 7; " Impromptu " Director 6; " Diory of Anne Fronk " Director 8; " Li ' l Abner " Props, Cos- tumes, Makeup 6; State Speech Contest 6; Garden Club 5, 6; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; Younker ' s Teen Board 5, 6; Prom Committee 8; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8. RAMEY, GEORGIA LEE Home Room Secretary 4; Assistant Secretary 3; Home Room Treasurer 5, 7; Home Room Assistont Treasurer 6, 8; Girls Glee Club 7 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, Thespians 7, 8; " The Streets of New York, " " The Tempest, " " Li ' l Abner, " Cost; Office Assistant 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Teochers 5, 6, 7, 8 Vice President 7, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8 RAMSEY, JON RICKIE Student Council 7; Judicial Board 7; Home Room President 7; Tutor 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Office Assistant 7, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Boseboll 6; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6; Footboll 3, 5, 7, Coptoin 7- Track 4, 8, Boys Student Leoder 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurols 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Com- mittee; United Nations Trip 6. RAMSEY, ROBERT RANDALL, PAMELA JANINE DECA 7, Historion 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intromurols 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8. RAYMAN, RONALD ALAN Student Council 5; Home Room President 3, 5; Sociol Committee 7; Library Assistant 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Boys Club 3. — 49— REARDON, ALICE ANN Girls Glee Club 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Dolphins 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Assumption High School 3; Cheer- leodlng 3. REDIC, DELAINA RENEE Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8; Stage Crew 7, 8; Costume Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Choirmon; Properties Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Makeup Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairmen 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; State Dramatics Contest " Impromp- tu " 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 4; Chess Club 5, 6. REED, KENNETH JASON REEVES, DALE RICHARD Librory Assistont 8. REKMANIS, BOB GUNAR RHOADES, KAROL KAY Home Room Assistont Treasurer 3; Red Cross Committee 5, 6; Future Homemokers Club 5, 6. RICHARDSON, AMY LOISE Home Room Treasurer 7, 8; Tutorial Com- mittee 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 5, Oracle Assistont Editor 6, 7; Quill and Scroll 5, 6; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8, President 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 7, 8, United Notions Trip 6; Prom Committee 8. RIEFF, MARGARET KATHLEEN Band 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Bond 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Honors Orchestro 4, 6; All-State Orchestra 3, 7; " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestro 6; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 4, 6; Senior Swim ond Luau Dinner Committee 8. RIGGS, LINDA LOU Pep Club 3, 4, 8; Prom Committee 8. RITCHIE, NANCY MARIE Home Room Secretary 4; Home Room Treas- urer 3; Usher 7, 8; Thespians 7, 8; " The Crucible, " Cost 7; Library Assistant 7, 8; Nurse Assistant 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Dolphins 6; Future Secretaries 5, 6, Secretory; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; District Speech Contest 8, S tate Speech Contest 8; Senior Art Committee 8. RITTEL, RONALD FRANK Cross Country 3, 5; Swimming 5, 6; Track 4, 6, 8; Boys Club 3, 4; Chess Club 5, 6, 7, 8. RIVERS, CHARLES JR. ROBERTS, LINDA SUE Thespions 7, 8; " The Crucible, " 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7. ROGERS, CRAIG ALLEN Boys Glee Club 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; Tennis 4; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Soving 4; Senior Art Com- mittee 8. —50— ROGERS, WILLIAM LOUIS ROMICK, ROGER DALE Wrestling 4. ROSENBERG. JUDITH SUSAN Home Room Secretory 3, 7; Red Cross 5, 6; Social Committee 7, 8; Boys Glee Club Ac- componist 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Accomponist; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8, Accomponist; Thespions 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; " The Crucible, " Mokeup 7; Office Assistant 3, 4; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Mojorettes 7, 8; Tennis 6, 8; Bowling 3, 4; Erasmus Hall High School, Brooklyn, New York 3, 4; Prom Committee 8. ROSSOW, JAMES RICHARD Student Council 6; Home Room President 6; Tutor 5, 6; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Kiwonis Repre- sentotive 7, 8; Debote Club 5, 6; Boseball 4; Bosketboll 3, 4, 5, 6; Cross Country 3; Boys Student Leoder 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. ROUSH, DEBORAH TERESE Student CourKil 5, 8; Home Room President 5, 8; Home Room Secretory 3, 4; Finonce Committee 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Or- chestro 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-Stote Bond 7; Centrol Iowa Bond Association Honor Bond 4, 6; " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestro 6; Office Assisto nt 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; UN Trip 6; Model UN 6; Prom Committee 8. ROUSH, PATRICIA ANNE Home Room Secretory 5; Home Room As- sistant Secretary 8; Home Room Treosurer 6; Art Committee 7; French Club 7, 8; Fu- ture Homemokers 7, 8. ROUTSON, STEVE RUSSELL Home Room Treosurer 4, 6. illH ROYAL, SUSAN LYNNE Home Room Vice President 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Donee Band 5, 6; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Golf 3, 4; Tennis 6, 8. RUDISILL, JOHN DAVID Student Council 7; Home Room President 7; Red Cross Committee 5; Boys Club 3; Bosketboll 7; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4. RUSSELL, DONALD EUGENE RUSSELL, JANE ELIZABETH Nurse Assistant 3, 4; Future Homemokers 7, Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 7. RUSSELL, TERRY P. Des Moines Technicol High 3, 4. RUTAN, BECKY JOAN Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Assistont Secretary 8; Tutor 5, 6; Future Homemokers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Future Secretaries 5, 6. RUTZ, TIMOTHY FRIEDRICH Student Council 8; Home Room President 8; Home Room Assistant Secretary 4; Choir 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Bond 5, 6, 7, 8; South Central Iowa Bond Association 6, 8; " Li ' l Abf er, " Orchestra 6; Tennis 4. —51— SALKIEWICZ, JAMES Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 3, 4. SANDERS, ROGER WILLIAM Orocle Photogropher 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8- Polar Beor Photogropher 6, 7, 8; Lotin Club 3. SANDLE, CATHY SUE Student Council 3, 4; Bond 6, 8- All-City Youth Symphony 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleoder 7, 8; Leaders Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club Board 3, 4 Orchestro 3, 4, 5, 6; Grounds 5, 6; Roose- velt, Des Moines, Iowa 3, 4 5 6 SARANTSCHIN, RAISSA Student Council 4; Home Room President 4 Home Room Vice President 8; Home Roorti Secretory 5; Home Room Treasurer 3; Ex- change Student Committee 7, 8; Red Cross Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4, 5 6, Chairman 5, 6; " Li ' l Abner, " Cast; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8, Christmas Dance Attendont 4; Senior Prom Committee 8. SAUERBREi, MURRAY DEAN Student Council 4; Vice President 4; Student Monitor 7; Boseboll 4, 6, 8, Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 7; Judicial Board 4. SCHLEGEL, DENNIS HOWARD DECA 7, 8, Officer; Swimming 3, 4. SCHWAB, PENNY DEE Home Room Vice President 3; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Library Assistont 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Page Editor 7; Polor Bear Co-Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; UN Trip 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8. SCIACHITANO, JEANNINE Home Room Secretary 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Choir 8; Librory Assistont 5, 6. SEATON, CAMILLE ELAINE Home Room Secretary 5; Home Room Treos- urer 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6; " Li ' l Abner, " Cast 6; " The Tempest, " Costs. SECHOVEC, RALPH KIRBY Public Address 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Choir- mon 5, 6; Stoge Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Latin Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Chess Club 5, 6; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. SHAFFER, FRED SHAFFER, MARGARET ANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. SHANNON, LINDA JO Johnston High School 3, 4; Closs Treosurer 3, 4; Drama Club Secretory 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Art Committee 3, 4; Mokeup 3, 4; Dollas Center High School 5, 6; Art Com- mittee 5, 6; Pep Club 5, 6. SHEARER, THELMA ANN Student Council 5; Home Room President 5; Home Room Secretary 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 8. -52- SHELTON, JACK E. Boseboll 4; Football 3; Tech High, Des Moines, Iowa 3, 4; Valley High, Des Moines, Iowa 5. SHUNG, NORALIE KAY Home Room Secretary 5, 8; Future Home- mokers 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Pep Club 7; Heolth Careers 5, 6. SIEPMANN, PATRICIA ANN Student Council 3; Home Room President 3, Home Room Treasurer 5, " The Tempest, " Cost; " Li ' l Abner, " Makeup 6; DECA 7, 8, President; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, Vice President 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Junior Vofsity Cheerleader 5, 6; Var- sity Cheerleader 7, 8; Girls Student Leoder 3, 4. SIRIANNI, LINDA JO Pep Club 3, 8. SLACK, MARK EDWARD Home Room Vice President 5; " Streets of New York, " Cast 6; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Assistont Sports Editor 8; Sponish Club 5, 6; Boys Club 3, 4; Baseboll Manager 4; Foot- ball Manager 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; Intromurals 3, 4. SLATER, LINDA GAIL French Club 3; Future Teachers 3, 4; Politi- col Informotion Club 8; Tutor 3, 4; Senior Banquet Committee 8. SMART, PAULINE ELIZABETH 1 SMITH, DANIEL JOSEPH Student Council 7, Home Room President 7; Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 7, 8. SMITH, LINDA LEE Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 5 6, 7, 8; All-City Choir 8; " Li l Abner, " Cost 6; Office Assistant 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5. SMYTH, DUSTIN H. DECA 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4. SNEDDON, DON WAYNE SNEDDEN, LESLIE ANN Home Room Secretary 8; Home Room Treas- urer 5; Exchonge Student Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 6, 7, 8; Service Committee 7; Librory Assistant 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7, 8; Orocle Mailing ond Distributing 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6; Rope Jumping 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. SPATES, PEGGY MARIA Student Council 5, 8; Home Room President 5, 8; Home Room Secretory 3; Tutor 6, 7, 8; Student Exchange Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 Scholarship Commi ttee 5, 6; Thespions 7, 8 One Act Ploys 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Irving Tutor 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6; " Diary of Anne Frank; " Usher 8; Senior Swim-Luou Committee 8. SPRATT, ELIZABETH JEAN Home Room Treasurer 3, 4, 8; Sociol Com- mittee 5, 6; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 5, 6, 7; Tennis 4, 8; Life Saving 3, 4. —53— SPURGm, LON WILLIAM Lotin Club 3, 4; Baseboll 4, 8; Golf 6; Intromurols 7; United Notions Tour 6. STANDING, LINDA LEE Home Room Treasurer 4; Exchonge Student Committee 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Honor Orchestra 6; Centrol Iowa Honor Bond 6; " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestra 6; Latin Club 3, 4; Senior Swim and Luou Committee 8. STANFIELD, LINDA LEE Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-Chairmon 7, 8; Usher 6; Future Teachers 6, 7, 8, Sec- retary 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, Secretary; Flog Twirlers 7, 8. STEELE, DONALD LEE Student Council 3, 6, 8, Vice President 8, Judiciol Board 6, 8; Home Room President 3, Vice President 4, Secretary 6; Library Assistant 7, 8; N Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Gorden Club 5, 6, Vice President 5, 6; Boseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. STEWART, KRISTIN ALEXIS Student Council 6; Home Room President 6, Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Treosurer 7; Home Room Secretary 3; Art Committee 7; Garden Club 5, 6; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Future Teachers 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleoding 3 4; Golf 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 5, 6. STEWART, SUSAN ANN Student Council 7; Home Room President 7- Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6; " Li ' l Abner, " Chorus 6; Gorden Club 5, 6; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6; French Club 7, 8; Future Teochers 7 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistant Coptoin 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8. STOLE, RICHARD NOEL STREETER, DANNY DAVID SWANSON, SHERYLL ADA Student Council 7, 8; Home Room Secretory 3; Red Cross Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 5, 6, Choirmon 7, 8; All-City Red Cross Council 5, 6, 7, 8; Service Committee 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8; Usher Committee 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Makeup 6; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Feoture Page Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8, French Club 5, 6; Future Teochers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treosurer 7, Vice President 8; Lotin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 3, 4; Sennior Bonquet Commit- tee 8. SWARTZ, JOHN EDWIN Home Room Treasurer 4, 5, 6; Home Room Assistant Treasurer 3, 4; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, " Amohl ond the Night Visitors, " Or- chestra 3; Chess Club 5, 6, 7, 8, President 8, Vice President 7; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim-Luou Committee 8. SWEET, KATHLEEN RAE Future Secretories 8, Office 3, Mixer Committee 8. 4; Senior SWITZER, KATHERINE M. STITZELL, MICHAEL STEVEN Student Council 4, 8; Home Room President 4, 8; Social Committee 3, 4; Garden Club 6, 7, 8; Gun Club 7, 8; N Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6; Kiwonis 5; Golf 4, 6, 8, Football Monoger 3, 5, 7; Intromurols 7. SWITZER, KATHLEEN KAY —54— TAYLOR, EDWARD TAYLOR, JUDITH ELAINE Home Room Vice President 3; Home Room Treosurer 5; Social Committee 5, 6; Garden Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 8; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Soving 3; Prom Committee 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. TAYLOR, SUSAN LEA Home Room Vice President 7; Exchange Student Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Com- mittee 3, 4, " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; Office Assistant 8; French Club 5, 6; Future Home- makers 3, 4, 5, 6, Vice President 5, 6; Future Teachers 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. TERRELL, RUTH Home Room Secretory 5; Red Cross Com- mittee 3, 4; Tutorial Committee 5, 6; " Amahl ond the Night Visitors, " " Li ' l Ab- ner, " Cost 3, 6; " Diary of Anne Frank, " Makeup 8. THOMPSON, DAVID LAWRENCE Home Room President 3, 4; Home Room Vice President 3, 4, 7, 8; DECA 7, 8, Football 3. THOMPSON, DIXIE LEE Home Room Secretary 5, 6. THOREN, TOMMY RAYE All-City Student Council 7, 8; Student Coun- cil 3, 6, 7, 8; Home Room President 3; Sociol Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Garden Club 5, 6, 7, 8; N Club 7, 8; Sponish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4. 4 TIERNEY, KATHY J. Home Room Secretary 7; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Future Homemakers 4, 5, 6, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretories 5, 6. TISA, LEO PHILLIP Football 3, Niceville High School, Florida 3, 4, Senior Swim ond Luou Committee 8. TOMLINSON, CHARLES EDWARD Home Room President 4; Home Room Vice President 3. TROUT, MARTA Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 7, 8; ' Li ' l Abner, " " Crucible, " Costume 6, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 7, 8; Future Secretaries 6, 7, 8; St. Josephs Acodemy 3, 4, 5; Cop and Gown Committee 8. TULLIS, DOUGLAS LOREN Golf 8. VANOERLINDEN, JOYCE DIANE Home Room Secretary 3; Home Room As- sistont Secretary 5, 6, 7; Girls Glee Club 3 4, 7, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Ensemble 7 All-State Tryouts 7; ' Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6 French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Prom Committee 8. VAN HOOSEAR, LEWIS LE VERN, JR. Student Council President 8; Student Council 5, 6, 8; Home Room President 5, 6; Home Room Vice President 4; Home Room Treas- urer 3, 7; Social Committee 7, 8; Scholor- ship Committee 5, 6; " Scholar of the Month. " Jonuory 1966, Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; Honor Bond 6; Central lowo Bond Master ' s Associotion; Debate Club 8; Kiwonis 7, 8, Pep Boord 7, 8; Boys Club 7, 8; Kiwonis Senior Repre- sentative 8. -55- VAUGHN, GERALD EUGENE Cross Country 5, Tech High School 3; Cross Country 3. VEENSCHOTEN, SHERYL LYNN Home Room Vice President 6, 7 8- Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner, " Makeup 6; UN Trip 6; Dolphins 5, 6; French Club 5- Lotin Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, 5 6 7 8- Cheerleoding 7, 8; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8. VOEGTLIN, LINDA JEAN Student Council 7, 8; Home Room President 7, 8; Home Room Vice President 5; Home Room Assistont Treosurer 4; Pep Club 3 4 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Ch ' oir- mon 7, 8; Rope Jumpers 4, 5, 6 7 8 ' Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Home- coming Attendont 3; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8. WAGGONER, SUSAN LORRAINE Library Assistant 3; Pep Club 3; Offic " Assistant 7. WALKER, EDWARD H., Ill WALLACE, LEE ANNE Home Room Treasurer 7; Red Cross 5 6 Tutorial Committee 5, 6; Orocle Reporter 6 Library Assistant 5; Nurse Assistont 7 8 Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Science Club 3 4- Heolth Careers Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8- Sovde ' l High School 3, 4. ' WALTERS, LINDA MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. WATERMAN, GUINEVERE LEI Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6; Art Committee 7; Thespian Club 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Polar Bear Senior Section 8; Gorden Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 5; Cheerleoding 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4, 6, 8; Student Leader 6, 7; Life Soving 4; Homecomir g Attendont 5; United Nations Trip 6; Senior Swim ond Luau Committee 8. WATSON, CAROLE JEAN Foreign Exchonge Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Future Teoctiers 5, 6, 7, 8, Porliomentarion 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cap and Gown 8. WATSON, MARY HELEN Home Room Treosurer 4, 8; Irving Tutor 7, 8; Dolphins 5, 6; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8, Coptoin 7, 8; Cheerleoding 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Life Saving 3, 4; Homecoming Princess 3; " Scholar of the Month, " 4. WEASE, EUGENE KENNETH WEBB-BEY, ROBERT B., JR. Football 3; TrcKk 4, 6; Boys Student Leader WEBB, GAROLDINE BRYSON Nurse Assistant 7. WEBER, GIRARD L. DECA 7, 8; Boys Student Leader 3, 4; Technicol High School 3, 4. -56— WEI); RONALD BRUCE WEL H, ANN MARIE h ' « me Room Secretory 4, Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Donee Bond 7, 8; Li ' l Abner Orchestra 6; UN Trip 6; Senior Swim-Luou Committee 8. WESTBY, PATRICIA ANN Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretories 5, 6. WESTERN, MIKE Footboll 7; Intromurols 7, 8; Tech High 3. WESTLAKE, SONDRA ELAINE Home Room Secre tary 3; Art Library 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7; Future Secretories 3, 4. WHITE, DONALD WILLIAM Boys Glee Club 7; Upward Bound Progrom 1966-1967; DECA. WHITE, LINDA KAY WICKLIFF, DAVID LEE Boseboll 4; Wrestling 3, 4. WILBERT, NANCY ALICE WILLIAMS, ANNETTA YVONNE Girls Glee 4; Student Leoder 3; Tech High 3; Home Room Secretory; Senior Art Com- mittee 8. WILLIAMS, RICHARD LEE Home Room President 3, 5; Home Room Vice President 4; Social Committee 5, 6; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6. WILLIS, GAIL MARIE Student Council 7; Home Room President 7; Home Room Secretary 5, 6; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 5, 6, President 7, 8; Intromurols 8. WORSTER, KATHY SUE Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Bond 7, 8; All-Stote Band 7; " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 6; South Centrol Iowa Honor Bond 6; Thespians 7, 8; " The Importance of Being Eornest, " " The Crucible, " " The Diory of Anne Fronk, " Cost 7; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish 5, 6; Future Health Coreers 3, 4; UN Trip 6. WRIGHT, LEANN OVILA Office Assistant 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 7, 8. —57— WYMAN. PAUL MICHAEL Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 8; All-Stofe Chorus 8. YOUNG. JAMES EARL Student Council 8; Home Room President 8; Home Room Vice President 3, 4, 5; Public Address 7, 8; Choir 7; Kiwonis 5. 6; Com- puter Club 5, 6; Chess Club 5, 6; Football 3; Tennis 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4, 5; Intro- murols 7, 8. YOUNGBERG, ERIC CARROLL Student Council 4, 6; Home Room President 4, 6; Vice President 3, 5; Treasurer 8; " Li ' l Abner ' " The Importonce of Being Earnest, " " The Diary of Anne Fronk " Cast 6, 7; Thes- pians 7, 8; Boys Club 6, 7, 8, President of Executive Boord 7; Tennis 4, 6. ZAWISTOWSKI, PATRICIA J. Home Room Secretary 7, 8; Art Committee 7, 8; " Around ttie World in 80 Doys, " Make- up 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Sponish Club 6; St. Joseph Acodemy 3, 4; Sodality 3, 4. CLYCt, CARL STANLEY COMITO, LINDA MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. DISHMAN, ROBERT MARK JO asui 3. DOUGLAS ommittee 3, 4; Tutoriol Com- Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; Irving -otin Club 3, 4; Boseboll 4, 6, I, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4; Intro- -ife Saving 5, 6. dimming 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 3, ck 4; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6; igh School, Groettinger, Iowa. —58— Unphotographed Seniors ACKISS, ROSA MAXINE Red Cross Committee 3; Tech High 4. AMOS, ALBERT RUSSELL Boys Glee Club 7, 8; East High, Des Moines, Iowa; Tech High, Omaha, Nebraska, Track; Boseboll. BAKER, GEORGE EDWARD BAKER, ZELLEE KAY Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6. BARBA, PEGGY MARIE Librory Assistant 4. BELL, DENNIS, LINDEN BETTIS, MARCIA JoLYNN BOATWRIGHT, NICKOLAS WAYNE Tech, Dowling, BREWTON, CECIL H. Home Room President 8; Home Room Vice President 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 4. BROOKS, RONALD EUGENE Footboll 3, 5, 7; Boseboll 4, 6, 8. BROWN, CLYDE EDWARD Home Room Vice President 6; Chess Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Forensics 5, 6, 7, 8; Basket- ball 3, 4, 5, 6; Ottumwo High School, Ot- tumwo, Iowa 3, 4. BURNOUGH, FRANKIE DON Home Room Vice President 3; Concessions Committee 3, 4; Footboll 3, 5; Tennis 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Student Leoder 3, 4, 5; Intromurols 3, 4, 5, 6; Life Savings 3, 4; Host High School 3, 4, 5, 6. BURRELL, DENNIS WAYNE CHESOWSKY, STANLEY PATRICK CHRISTAKOS, JAMES TED Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. COON, FRANK GUNTER Home Room Treasurer 4, 5, 6, 7; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5; Choir 5; Library Assistant 3, 4, 5; Footboll 3. DANIELS, ROSE MARIE Student Council 3. DRAKE, RILEY JOSEPH, JR. Footboll 3, 5; Track 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Tech High, Des Moines, lowo 3, 4, 5, 6. EDWARDS, JOHN MILTON Stage Crew 3. FARR, ROBERT J. FREEMAN, MICHAEL GEGNER, SUE Home Room Secretory 3; Office Assistont 7, 8; Pep Club 8. GREEN, EUGENE THEODORE HALL, MARLENE HARRINGTON, JOHN KEVIN HARSHAW, DONALD GENE HAWKS, JOHN CARL JEFFERSON, BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON, THEODORE GRANT JR. Home Room Vice President 3, 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4; Footboll 7; Wrestling 7; Tech High School 3, 4, 5. JORDAN, DENNIS DEAN LAWLER, PAT MARY LEONG, AMBROSE Raimondi College, Hong Kong. LEONG, ANNIE Y.M.C.A. College, Hong Kong; Senior An- nouncement Committee 8. LUDWICK, STEPHEN GREGORY McCLISH, CONSTANCE LEE Home Room President 6, 7; Home Room Treasurer 5; Red Cross 5, 6. McGREAN, CHARLES RICHARD McLEAN, KATHLEEN RAE Home Room Treasurer 3, 8; Art Committee 7; Red Cross Committee 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6; Cop ond Gown Committee 8. MORTENSEN, JOEL PETER Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; " Li ' l Abner, " Cost 6; UN Trip 6; Model UN Representotive, Czechoslovakia 6, Mongolia 8; Debate 6; Librory Assistant 5, 6; Orocle Page Editor 7, 8; Polar Bear Feo- ture Writer 7, 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; Foot- ball 3, 5, 7; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Trock 4, 6; Life Saving 4, 6; Senior Swim and Luou, Co-Choirmon 8. OLMSTEAD, RONALD DOYLE OSTRING, JOY MARIE PAGANO, CHARLES ANTHONY PENDER, STEPHEN MICHAEL PICKETT, DENISE LOUREN PIERICK, JAMES ALLEN Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. SHOGREN, ALAN CRAIG SIMPSON, HAROLD JAMES, JR. SMITH, EDDIE BERNARD SPAGNOLO, TONIA LOUISE STANLEY, WAYNE LEE TINKER, JOHN FREDERICK Home Room Secretary 5; Bond 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 5; Thespians 7, 8; " Mod Womon of Choillotf, " " Streets of New York, " " Diory of Anne Fronk, " " The Cru- cible, " Cost 4, 5, 7, 8. VERMEYS, RANDALL E. Boys Glee Club 6; Choir 6; Bottle Creek Community High School 6. VILLA, VINCENT CHARLES WALLACE, JAMES EDWARD WATSON, JOHN T. WEBB-BEY, JUANITA MARIE Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7; Choir 8; Tech High 3, 4. WESTERN, DONITA RAE Girls Glee Club 4; Pep Club 3; Girls Student Leoder 3; Tech High 3. WILLIAMS, DARNELL Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Bosketball 3, 4, 7, 8. WINTERS, JOHN S., II WONG, WILLIAM EDWARD Home Room Treasurer 4, 5, 7; Wrestling 5, 6, 7, 8. ERICKSON, PATRICIA GRACE FALLER, TIM C. Home Room Treasurer 3; Gun Club 3; Span- ish Club 4; Kiwonis 3; Golf 6; Senior Prom Committee 8. MOZEE, PHILLIP SYLVESTER Football 3; Track 4, 6; Bosketboll 7, 8; Baseball 8; Moberly, Missouri 3, 4, 5, 6. MUNDEL, CHARLES RAY Home Room Treasurer 7. WOOD, PATTY JO Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Homemokers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 8; Life Soving 3, 4. WOOD, SUSAN MARIE Home Room Secretary 7. —59— " Fabulous Funnies " Is Theme For Senior Mixer " Chew your own sculpture " wos an attempt mode by these Seniors to see who could make the prettiest picture out of chewing gum. " Fabulous Funnies, " the theme of the senior mixer, began the first of several planned senior activities. Headed by former Coach Ray Pugh. a full program was given to correlate with the various costumes dealing with the theme. The program included playing games, singing songs, and eating. Various skits were portrayed by the members of the senior mixer committee. m DOCTER IS » Is that pretty girl portoking in the Blanket Roce really Rick Briggle? —60— Here Sheri " Lucy " Griffin gives Loiiie Von Hooseor all the latest answers to the world crises as she sees them. Traditional Hawaiian Customs Followed At Luau Girls playing gomes in the pool before eoting. Bob Holl end Roisso Sorantschin doing their Hula donee. Customary grass skirts, sarongs, and bright shirts and beachwear were seen at the annual swim and luau. The activity began with swimming in the North High pool followed by games held in the gym. The evening ended with food served in the cafeteria, followed by a program consisting of hula dancers and a bongo duet. Each student was given the traditional Hawaiian lai which is the " Hawaiian Hello " sign. Students seen doncing in the student center ofter eoting in the cofeterio. —61 — " Try To Remember " The evening of May 4, the sen- ior prom for class of 1968 was held in the grand ballroom of the Hotel Fort Des Moines. The col- ors of green and yellow were car- ried throughout in the decorations to the theme of " Try to Remem- ber. " Music was supplied by Ralph Zarnow ' s band, while each couple was announced as they entered. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the king and queen — Tom Thoren and Kathie Cram. Couples seen doncing to the music of Ralph Zornow ' s bond. Boys opporrel supplied by Skef fington ' s ond M ' Lofds Shop. Prom King and Queen Candidates The nominees for king and queen of the prom ore as follows: Row One — Vicki Lind, Kafhie Cram, Carole Boo, Judy Taylor Sue Bowlsby. Row Two — Tom Thoren, Denny Minear, Denny Kelderman, Bob Hall, Mori Roe. AbMnt — Wolly Jackson. North . . . Yesterday and Today North Des Moines High School began seventy-eight years ago as a department of Forest Home School and occupied only three rooms and a hallway. Headed by Miss Louise Pat- terson as principal, faculty, and gen- eral supervisor, the first graduating class consisted of six members from a student body of thirty-two. Out of this obscure beginning grew North High School as we know it tcxiay, with school grounds covering thirty- four and one-half acres and a total of over eleven thousand graduates. Id North at 7th aru MOBTH HIGH SCHOOL I New North at 6th and Holcomb . . . bringing an end to another year. Friends were lost, friends were made, and many wonderful memories were wrought which will be cherished forever, with the hope of more to come in the next year. The juniors and seniors of next year were made ready to accept the challenge and the tradition of those who went before. Kothy Fenimore ond Mike McPherson reflect on the memories North brought to them the post year. —67— Juniors Ready to Accept Leadership - r .1 Row One — Sherry Agee, Lynda Ainsworth, Loura Alcox, Lorry Allen, John Ander, Gory Anderson, Morsho Anderson, Richard Anderson Steve Anaerson, Gory Aswegon. Row Two— Pot Atkins, Dole Aycock, David Ayers, Corolyn Baker, Lester Bollard, Gloria Barker, Cindy Bornhort Judy Bortlett, Bob Boughman, Lindo Beemon. Row Three — Mork Bennett, Rick Benson, Deonno Bergman, Potti Blumer, John Bockhert Cheryl Boles Sue Bowden, John Bowen, John Boyd, Debbi Boylan. A. JD 9 2 m — 1 Row One — Chris Brondser, Corlotta Brewer, Charles Brewton, Steve Brockeett, Vicki Brodeen, John Brommel, Debbie Brown Kevon Brown Renee Brown, Sherwood Brown. Row Two — Steve Brown, Jerri Broxmeyer, LaVome Burks, Dixie Burnhom, Becky Bush Bill Byas Jenny Cain Gory Cafni - bell, Connie Carpenter, Willie Carr. Row Three — Leno Carrizoles, Virginia Carter, Chris Chomberloin, LeRoy Chotfield, Iris Cheoton Wolter Chiv- ers, Tom Chrystol, Chuck Clark, Jonice Cloussen, Debbie Cobb. -If m ii 5 6 .1 9 Row One — Gwen Cogley, Jerry Collett, Mary Collett, Don Cook, John Copic, Dove Cox, Gordon Cox, Jeff Cox, Mike Cox, Scott Crawford. Row Two — Frank Crosswhite, Kenny Crouch, Dianno Crowder, Karen Crowell, Karen Cjrtis, Lindo Daniels, Denise Dorner, Cynthia Dovis, Loy Davis, Morcia Dovis. Row Three — Steve Davis, Debro Day, Loren DeMoss, Steve Dengl», Lindo Dickey, Tom Dickinson, Linda Dickson, Melvin Dimond, Dovid Downey, Don Downing. —68— Row One — Marlys Dunahoo John Duncan, Omor Duncan, Dorlo Dunn, Robert Dunn, Vicki DuPuy, Allen Dyer, Terry Eostin, Connie Eaton, Karen Edier. Row Two — Bill Edwords, Croig Edwards, Ruth Eggert, Sandra Ely, George Engle, Floyd Epton, Bill Evans, Borb Fairchild, Croig Forson, Rick Fedson. Row Three — Richord Fees, Delores Ferguson, Joyce Fett, Eddie Fisher, Wayne Fisher, Jim Fogorty, Laura Fong, Cheryl Foster, Bill Fowler, Robert Fowler. 1 m 5 0 a m t Row One — Steve Francisco Eloine Franklin, Wilmer Fulmer, Mark Goronson, Lindo Garver, Jock Goy, Marilyn Gerecz, Dean Gillaspey, Sharon G tlin, Larry Gnewikow Row Two — Ken Gordon, Bill Graves, Gary Groy, Luigi Greco, Sylvester Green, Jeonne Groom, MorJyn Grovenburg, Roger Gustafson, Debbie Holl, Jim Hall. Row Three — Borbara Hamilton, Pat Hompe, Barbara K. Hansen, Borboro A. Hansen, Carlo Honsen, Cindy Hansen, John Horrington, Lenis Hart, Lorry Haus, Som Haus. y, 1 f CI • If m m Row One— Mike Heir,kc , ■ :.i H -lton, Dale Henry, Lamor Henry, Rita Hernandez, Linda Herndon, Marsha Herring Zolo Hickman, Richord Hilde- brond Myn HHI Row Two— Pauletto Hill, Chris Nines, Gerold Hoffman, James Hoh , Kns Hokonson, Judy Hollroh Noncy Holste, Celeste Hood, Dav " d Hur ph " e " Steve Humphreys. Row Three— Bill Hunter, Croig Hunter, Jock Hyslope, Gory Iseminger, Karen Iverson, Sandy Jacobe, Mike Jomes, Connie Jonssen, Laurie Jensen, Corol Jessen. —69— ' I mm 1 Row One — Don Johnson, Lorry Johnson, Pot Johnson, Tim Johnson, Bob Jones, Lorry Jones, Pom Jones, Jenno Jurgensen Patricio Kolleen Sondy Kolsem. Row Two — Kothy Koros, Dove Kouzlorich, Rhonda Koy, Ronold Keith, Cheri Keloher, Bobbie Kellis, Ron Kellogg, Denise King Ann ' Kinno- mon. Dove Kirchner. Row Three — Mike Kirkpotrick, Jerry Knotts, Dono Kromer, Don Krouse, Jo Ann Lockershire, Diono Lodd Shoron Lo Force Cothy Lojko, Alon Londer, Jon Lorson. ' 7 1 1 If Row One — Angie Lo Vio, Phil Leslie, Judi Lester, Mork Levine, Cindi Lewellin, Dennis Lewis, Edword Lewis, Jim Lighttoot, Tim Loehr Mike Long Row Two— Shirley Lovig, Jeri Luedke, Bob Luxen, Colleen Lydon, Jomes Lyies, Scott McAdom, Mike McConn, Cheryl McConnell Donoi ' d McConnell Victor McCullough. Row Three — Bill McDermoft, Bill McDonold, Dovid McGinnis, Gory McLoin, Robert McLoughlin, Rodney McMoins Kothie Mc- Neeley, Mike McPherson, Corolyn McQuerry Sheilo Moin. If ft- . y i. 1 1 Row One — Joonne Moinord, Mary Manning, Elizabeth Monuel, Bettie Mortin, Ken Mortin, Loretto Mortin, Roberta Mason, Susan Mottern, Claudia Moyberry, Sheryl Meisheid. Row Two— Lindo Miller, Greg Milosevic, Sheryl Minorsich, Melonie Mineor, Deloris Mingles, Tom Minks, Helen i ischkiet, Carolyn Mitchell, Lenore Mitchell, Malcolm Mitchell. Row Three — William Mohr, Cheryl Moon, Jo Moore, Lorry Morgon, Mory Mosquedo, Judy Mossholder, Mike Murphy, Debbie Murtle, Bob Neddermon, Sue Neese. —70— J. zJ 1» Row One — Christine Nogrete, Lmda Nemo, Fred Nichols, Mike Noble, Mike Nodlond, Brian O ' Donnell, Ed O ' Gormon, Dove Oliver, Tim CiH ' - , , cnice Olson. Row Two — Showno Qxenford, Robin Pagitt, Bruce Polmer, Robert Parker, Virgil Porker, Lorry Potterson, Lucy Pottersen, Steve Peglow, Stephen Pender, Anne Peterson. Row Three — Dennis Peterson, Rick Petithory, Lynn Petty, Jonel Phipps, Roger Pickett, Carol Pierce, Mike Pilcher, John Polito, Mike Poore, Bruce Potter. 9 is Row One — Arlan Preston, Kathy Price, Kathy Quick, Ed Rarick, Jonis Rosmussen, Jim Read, Robert Redd, Gale Reese, Jonet Rew, Shown Reynolds. Row Two — Jack Reynolds, Pom Rhoods, Mary Ridgwoy, Jo Ann Riding, Roy Riding, Todd Ririe, Bill Ristou, Lindo Roberts, Greg Robertson, James Robinson. Row Three — Dick Rodine, Tana Roff, Mike Rubino, Bill Rumme, Velma Reeves, Dove Russel, Charlotte Ryon, Fern Sollade, Lynda Sossatelli, Mike Scarcello. i 1 1 i la A f m .i m O Row One— Bob Shatz, Eric Schn.rring, Chris Schultz, Gary Schwab, Roger Schwartz, Borb ieal. Karen icals Esther Sellers, Rodney " cii, hjron Seword Row Two— Teresa Show, Koy Sheets, Verna Shelton, Jock Shepard, Rick Sheridan, Cindy Shoeman, Soroh Short ridge. Rick Shroder Barb Sidoner, Mike Siepmonn. Row Three — Hershel Sims, Elaine Singleton, Larry Sitterle, Donold Six, Louis Slovens, Becky Smith, Jomes Smith, Robert Smith, Janet Sonnenburg, Fronk Spognolo. —71 — 1 w ' ft ft 9 Row One — Potty Sparks, Lindo Spencer, Jean Sperry, Kothy Spicer, Penny Spriggs, Vickie Spriggs, Sheila Storkovich, Sue Steele Teraso Steele Koren Steptiens. Row Two— Phyllis Stephens, Bob Stielow, Cheryl Store k, Jonie Stout, Judy Stout, Kothy Stout, Mori Strothmon Kothy Suplee Mortho Swonson, Cothy Swortz. Row Three — Lorry Swigert, June Switzer, Joan Toggort, Debbie Toylor, Ronnie Teomer Les Tesdoll Done Thomos, Johnny Thompson, Arthur Von Cleave, Mary Von Dom. V 1 - ' ft Rcw One — Dennis Vor derwerf, Koren Van Dorn, Dee Anne Veenschoten, Giorio Vest, Terry Vestal, Jone Vosburg, Colleen Walker Jock Wolloce Debra Walter, Randy Woltz. Row Two — Donna Wotermon, Cher! Wotkins, Vonderlyre Wotkins, Morirose Weaver Horry Webb-Bey Jonelle Weddell ' LoDonno Weikert, Rodney Wessel, Wayne Westendorf, Cindy Westlund. Row Three — Verono Westphol, Lorry Wheeler Cor ' l Wilcox Victor Wilder, David Willioms, Kothy Williams, Billie Willis, Richord Wills, Dorrell Wilson, Julie Wilson. ' m 11 f) 1 ' i Row One — Borboro Wohwend, Pat Wolverton, Rondy Wonders, Becky Wood, Chris Wood, Mike Woodyord. Row Two— Ruth Ann Wright, Sandy Wright, Linda Wynn, Vicky Yomen, John Zowistowski. —72— Sophomores Accept Challenge of First Year in 1 [ 01C--V. ,-a Anolins Sondy Adomson, Mory Alexander, Maureen Alexander, Sue Allcly, Becky Allen, Rose Allen, Sharron Allen, Connie Allsup, Rhonda Andrews. Row Two — Eddie Anspach, Suson Appell, Gory Ashby, Jone Ashdown, Gordon Averitt, Burton Boiley, Levi Ballard, Jack borden, Penn s Barnard, Debbie Bouer. Row Three — Delores Bayles, Robert Boyle;, Steve Bayles, Hurl Beechum, Bill Bemisdarfer, Bill Beswick, Ron Bier- man, Sh-.uno B!shcp, Diane Blanney, Gregg Boggs. I ' ll ■Wlil m % if jk 5 1 S3t 9 f Row One— Lraig Borlin, Francis Borzo, Ray Bothum, Mike Bougher, Gory Bowdre, Rick Bowlsby, Go.! Bowmen, Phil Boydston, Pom Boylon, Barry Brewer. Row Two— Joyce Brewton, Jim Briggs, Dennis Broodus, Steve Br mmel, Croig Brown Steve Brown, Pat Bucklew, Mike Bu her Karl Butler, Fred Butoroc. Row Three- Shoron Buwoldo, Rose Camp, Terry Ca.np, Diane Corr, Kathleen Corr, Vicki Corr, Leonno Carson, Victor Carson, Mike Carter. Terry Cassody. Mike Carter, Terry Cassody 1 5 ■Tie 0 R„„ One Dc Norris Cavil, Tina Chagnon, Mike Chandler, Greg Clark, Linda Clayton, Stocey Clyce, Randy Cocherell, Vclvo Colernon, Roy Coll, Steve Coltcn Row Two— Steve Comstock, Mike Connett, Peggy Conrod, LoVonn3 Cooper, Robert Cooper, Musette Cosenzo, Conriie Courtrymon, Laurie Cox Rachel Craig, Steve Creed. Row Three— Sondro Crook, David Cropp, Sandra Cropp, John Dorlmgton, Beth Darner, John Dougherty, Robert Davis, Sandra Davis, Steve Davis, Bonnie Day. -73— 1 1 L f Row One — Sonji Dempewolf, Darlo Dent, Arthur DeWitt, Dan Dishmon, Winifred Dudley, Randy Duff, Loretto Dunn, Terri Dyer, Betty Ebert, Fronklir Edmonston. Row Two— Dorothy Edwards, John Edwards, Terry Eggert, Borbora Ellett, Volerie Ellston, Bill Ellsworth, Jonice Erigland, Joyce fcnglond, Bruce Erickson, Duonno Erickson. Row Three — Tim Erickson, Cindy Eubanks, Pom Evans, Robert Foirmon, Dick Fone, Vicki Forr, Pot Faulkner Karen Faust, Sandy Fees, Kathy Fenimore. If t Row One— Carol Fisher, Charles Fisher, Mike Flannery, Horry Flipping, Robert Florence, Williom Florence, Jonice Floyd, Poula Forbes, Sue Forsyth, Beatrice Fox. Row Two — Debbie Fox, Judy Frew, Faith Fulwood, Keith Fuson, Mitchell Goines, Ram Gaines, Carol Golbreoth, Dennis Gollogher, Cris Gamble, Joan Gomble. Row Three — Donna Gorth, Brendo Goskin, Mario German, Lorry Geyer, Richard Gibson, Deonno Gilliam, Sandy Gillilond, Emmonuel Gilmore, Debbie Goetz, John Gooding. CI A f ft 1 - » Row One — Jeanne Gordon, Joon Grozier, Billie Green, Rose Green, Sandy Griffin, Vivion Griffith, Dovid Grodt, Sherry Gulmg, Debbie Hall, Vickie Holligon. Row Two — Steve Holtermon, Diane Hansen, Jack Hansen, Debbie Hordenbrook, Ellen Hare, Mory Hare, Kothy Hartley, Victor Hawthorne, Don Hay, Morcia Hayes. Row Three— Croig Haynes, Linda Heinkel, Bob Heles, Shirley Heminover, Edna Henderson, Margaret Herndon Linda Hevlin, Koren Higgins, Dovid Hill, Mark Hill. —74— mm f ? f Ml 1 ' A f w Row One — Morqueto Hill, Kothy Hinmon, Jo Ann Hively, Donold Holmes, Ronold Holmes, Jone Hooper, Michelle Howard, Potti Howard, Neal Howser, Terry Huffmon. Row Two — Jan Hughes, Koren Humburd, Cheryl Hunnell, Karen Hunter, Barbara Huston, Linda Immel, Cindy Jackson, Jim Jackson, Joe Jackson, Janis James. Row Three — Judy James, Henry Jannenga, Vernon Jayne, Jomes Jefferson, Gregory Jenkins, Sherry Jensen, Horold Jenson, Ruth Johonsen, Kathenne Johnson, Kothy Johnson. It a 1 1 Row One — Marty Johnson, Michelle Johnson, Vera Johnson, Leiand Jones, Vicky Jones, Jock Jordon, Belindo Kolor, Dione Kolwishky, Randy Konis, Koren Koufmonn. Row Two— Don Kenney, Morcio Kerns, Bryan Key, Keith Klemme, Dennis Kline, Noncy Kling, Borboro Knapp, Pete Knight, Galin Koch, Ken Kromer. Row Three — Anito Krouse, Randy Kuhlenbeck, Karen Locey, Pat Lojko, Charles Lane, Debbie Lorson, Tom La Rue, Bob Low- son, Betty Lee, Florence Lee. 5 9 1 Row One Sharon Legg, Jerry Leveke, Eugene Lindgren, David Lowe, Don Lusk, Dennis McBride, Bernord McCobe, Linda McCorty, Mollie McLullum Row Two — Moureen McConnell, Nancy McCrea, John McDonald, Tim McDonald, Doryl McLaughlin, Donito McLoughlin, Cothy McLean, James McMoins, Nono McNeley, Mary Modison. Row Three — Carolyn Moinard, Judy Monley, George Morchont, JoAnn Marker, Fronk Marshall, Cheryl Martin, Robert Martin, Gory Martinson, Steve Mascoro, Don Mossman. —75— t % f A. " k 1 1 t Row One — Carol Moy, Vikki Mayo, Chris Meltvedt, Steve Messer, Fred Miller, Gene Miller, Jeff Mittog, Berry Moon, Judd Moon, Karen Moore. Row Twc — Lorry Moore, Rebecca Moore, Sonjo Morion, Dennis Morris, Mike Morse, Morcy Mumford, Jon Murphy, Teresa Murphy, Linda Murray, Rondi Mutchler. Row Three — Lee Myers, Morie Nober, Keith Neol, Sharon Neol, Michele Nelson, Virginia Nelson, Dovid Nicholson, Anna Nodland, Alfred Ochoa, John Ohnmacht. fx 1 A " ■■ill ' 4 1 y Row One — Rene 0 ! : . eson, Greg Oline, Kathy Olmsteod, Tom Olney, Don Osborne, Kothy Ostrem, Charles Oven Nancy Parker. Row Two — Eari Parsons, Martho Pascoe, Robert Pate, Chris Payne, David Payne, Larry Pender, Jeonnine Peterson, Jo Phoen.x, John Phipps, Tom Pierick. Row Three — Dove Pilcher, Joyce Pilmer, Mary Popiono, Shelly Poppe, Diane Porter, Guy Powell, Christie Priebe, Ted Prine, Dennis Propst, Christina Pryor, 1 ft Row One — Melvin Purscell, Chuck Quick, Susan Rouch, Gloria Rccrl , Gnff Reese, Mark Rhinehart, Milton Rhinor, Roxy Rice, n .Ii : ,. r n Robertson. Row Two — Robert Robinson, Mary Rodriguez, Linda Rogers, Wlltlom Roll, Bill Rollison, Dove Routson, Robert Royer, Jim Sable, Robert Sadler, Ann Salkiewicz. Row Three — Paula Sanders, Reginald Sapp, Mark Satre, Jim Scarcello, Jane Schlaser, Doug Schlegel, Becky Schmitz, Judy Schnoor, Grant Schwartz, Poul Scott. —76— 9 9 0 ® 6 Row One — Jone Selden, Mike Seymour, Dorothy Shoeffer, Christina Show, Chris Sheibley, Richard Sheldon, Christine Shoning, Donold Short, Shoron Shortridge, John Silk. Row Two— Mary Simms, Som Singleton, Charles Slaughter, Lynnetfe Sloughter, Connie Smollwood, Cheryl Smith, Greg Smith, Jim Smith, Morfy Smith, and Mary Smith. Row Three — Vickie Smith, Gregory Snethen, Joydee Sommers, David Sorter, Kothy Sparks, Mork Spillers, Linda Starkovich, Mark Stover, Linda Stelpflug, Sandy Stephens. •1 0 Q t 5 9 Row One — Debro Stewart Dione Stewart, Vickie Stiles, Ted Stith, Dove Stitzell, Kothy Stockwell, Barbaro Stone, Dione Storm, Margoret Stout, Vicki Sullivon Row Two — Jessica Summers, Darrell Sundell, James Swartz, Vivion Sweat, Jackie Tofto, Tina Toylor, Leota Teole, Sue Terrell, Sherry Thorp, Alfred Thomos. Row Three — Bruce Thomas, Reggi Thomas, Ronny Thomas, Bob Thompson, Jeff Thompson, Mory Tinker, Onota Tolson, Dee Ann Townsley, David Tracy, Sherretta Tripleft. 1 0 0 0 Row One Randy Troster Kat. ' , . Karen Turley, Carol Turner, Pom Turner, Russ Underwood, Sheilo Von Kleek, Beannie Vaoni, Ronnie Vaughn Rhonda Vecchi ' Row Two — Doug Venenga, Poula Woddell, Betty Walker, Chuck Wollace, Dennis Wollukait, Mark Warner, John Worren, Robert Warrick Douglas Waterman, Cecil Watson. Row Three — Tom Watson, Mary Wease, Karen Weaver, Theresa Weaver, Bomfo Weber, Ken Webb, Glenn Welch, Jack Welch, Mike Wells, Cheryl Westlake. —77— 75 1 - - Row one — Stanley Wheeler, Randi WIckliff, Roger Willioms, Sue Willioms, Alane Willis, Borbora Willson, Tom Wilson, Kathy Witte, Debbie Wolfe, Linda Wong. Row two— Mory Wong, Patty Wood, Bonny Woody, Jim Woodyord, Lee Worsfer, Diona Wright, Hugh Wright, Alan Yard, Dorothy Yaw, James Young. Row three — Terry Youngblood, Debbie Zettle. In Memoriam: Mr. Jerry Wilhelm,.d former North teacher and 1958 North graduate, who died on January 9 in New Canaan, Connecticut, Robert Wease, a senior from home room 125, who died as a result of a car accident. Robert was champion pancake ticket seller last year. Marlene Fischer, a sophomore from home room 139. who died January 7 after a nine day illness which resulted in pneumonia. Geno Delazzer, custodian, who died on April 20 of a heart ailment after a six-week illness. New friends were mode at sophomore mixer. Up, up, and away? Underclassmen Find the Joy of Making Friends Card ploying become popular at open house. —79— while monsoons be furthest from our dreams there are gentle breezes that fill our halls to bring many joys of our short life here North Polar Beor, Mr. Webb, and Mr. Le- Croy are on hand to greet Bobby Richardson. Participation And Spirit Are Key To North Activities Brisk, fresh winds sweep spirit and participa- tion throughout all North activities. This is especially true for the 1967-1968 school year. Tradition and originality formed the basis of North ' s festivities. Faculty Frolics continued but with a new twist, as the mothers of the football players por- trayed their sons, complete with uniforms. Pancake Day dominated March, and ticket sales rocketed to an all time record of $2,841, North students became hosts to representatives from ths schools belonging to Inter-City Student Council in January. Once again, homecoming week got off to a heated start with a bonfire filled with high spirits of a victory over Tech. North ' s marching band was invited to play at the Interstate-Freeway opening in late autumn. Student Council started many new and excit- ing projects. On March 17 a Kite Flying Day was sponsored on the practice football field for all interested persons. Prizes were given for the prettiest kite, largest kite, smallest kite, kite that was in the air the longest, and for the kite that could not get off the ground. For a Christ- mas project, student council members gave a party for the children at the Child Day Care Center at 9th and Forest. Sen o.-s enjoying themselves in the student center during lunch. — «3— North Bond ploying at Interstote Opening. Homecoming 1967 Features Diamond Jubilee As Theme Hcmeccm ng Qjeen Peggv Dc.is and Mr. Football Rick Ramsey. The autumn breezes carried Homecoming 1967 into view on October 7. The dance, with the theme of Diamond Jubilee, was a salute to North ' s history, as this year ' s senior class supposedly is the 75th graduating class. Homecoming week got off to a good start with the annual bonfire, complete with cheers, speeches, and snake dances. The highlight of the car parade, which led the way to the game against Tech, was a huge float made of paper napkins with a polar bear on the top. North fought their way to a triumphant finish 21-0. The queen candidates and princesses were intro- duced at half time as they rode in convertibles around the track. The North band played " My Fair Lady " for the queen candidates and the marchers formed a crown, a four leaf clover, and a 75. The dance was held the following evening with The Quarry providing the music. Decorations, created by Social Committee, included an anniversary cake stuf- fed with over 4,000 paper napkins in pink, green, and white and diamond-studded chandeliers suspended from the ceiling. The climax of the evening was the crowning of Peggy Davis as Homecoming Queen and the selection of Rick Ramsey as Mr. Football. stuffed with 4,000 nopkins, this giont cake promoted October ' s Homecoming donee and the 75fh onniversory of North. Sophon : ,!i ; lunior queen candidates and their Tina Chognon, Scott McAdams, Potrice Kaileen, bh Jonie Hooper, John Rouh. —85— Bobby Richardson ' s Visit Enlightens Many North High Polar Bear, along with Principal Wendell Webb and Djck LeCrov Booster Club president, greet Bobby Richordson on his orrivol ot school. « Shown Reynolds looks on odmiringly as Bobby Richardson signs on autograph. -86— Highlighting North High Booster Club Day, Bobby Richardson, considered base- ball ' s premier second baseman, addressed an audience of interested persons at North High on Wednesday, November 3. After retiring in 1966 from the New York Yankees. Mr. Richardson is now a Yankee scout, public relations officer with Liberty Life Insurance Company, and speaks with Dr. Billy Graham on religious crusades. Speaking with a sincere southern drawl, Richardson charged the question " What mark are you leaving on the young people you come in contact with? " Mr. Richard- son spoke of the " sports-oriented world we live in. " Capturing the audience with his personal experiences and humorous tales, he paralleled the fulfillment of an athletic career to a successful life with God. In evaluating what he termed a " man ' s man, " Mr. Richardson established four basic principles: " An intense desire; a love for the game; stout heart in defeat, keep pride down in victory; and sound soul, clean mind, healthy body. " Representatives from the North Booster Club and from several North High organi- zations were on hand to greet Mr. Richard- son upon his arrival in Des Moines. Mr. Richardson spent the afternoon at school talking to many students and addressed an all-school assembly shortly before school was dismissed. A consistent top contender, he was named to the American League All-Star team for seven years and topped the American Lea- gue voting by all players in 1964. Among awards won during his career are the Sports- manship Brotherhood Award and the Lou Gehrig Memorial Award. He recently authored an inspiring biography, " The Bobby Richardson Story. " An equally in- spirational Richardson film, " Play for Keeps, " was issued a few years ago. Although knowing Mr. Richardson only briefly, all North High students, friends, and Boosters were quite impressed with his sincere and enthusiastic attitude toward life and its high ideals. Christmas dance Queen and King, Connie Mortin ond Craig Bancroft, reigned during " Ecstasy in White. " The candidates for the royol couple were, left to right: Lisa Nielsen, Victor Col :man, Sheri Griffin, King Croig Boncroft, Queen Connie Martin, and Denny Minear. Connie, Craig Reign Over ' Ecstasy In White ' The theme, Ecstasy In White, drifted down upon those attending the North Christmas dance on Saturday, December 16. The highlight of the evening was the announcement of Connie Martin as the snow queen and Craig Bancroft as the snow king. Other candidates for queen were Sheri Griffin and Lisa Nielsen. King candidates were Vic Coleman and Dennis Minear. Giant snowflakes, snowy white back- drops, and an abundance of greenery made a Christmas-like scene for the royal couple. An addition to the Social Com- mittee scenery was the presence of the senior Christmas tree purchased with do- nations from all senior home rooms. The long needle pine, flocked in white, stood 1 0 feet high. Couples danced to the music of Don Hoy and his orchestra. Social Committee, under the direction of Kari Dix, hopes that a Christmas dance can become a tradition for North High. Assemblies Serve Multi-Purposes Frank Miller, Des Moines Register Editorial cartoonist, demon- strated his obility as the keynote speoker ot the Quill and Scroll Assembly. Assemblies are an essential part of a student ' s high school career. Some are produced to build school spirit, others to pay tribute to deserving persons, to entertain, or to inform. Pep assemblies were quite frequent during football season, with class skits presented in an after-school assembly to climax Spirit Week. Pep Board also produced a pep and recognition assembly for all winter sports and the debate team. To mark the anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, Mr. and Mrs. George Cashman, curators Members of the Brindley Singers, Mr. David Hordre, Mr. William Hutchison, Mr. Williom Funte, Mr. Vernon BIy, and Mr. John Brindley helped to kick-off the Poncoke ticket soles at o special ossembly. of the Li ncoln Tomb in Springfield, Illinois, pre- sented a memorial to Abraham Lincoln. On April 5, North students gathered in the auditorium for a memorial assembly in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King. In addition to the assemblies pictured on this page, a pattern company sponsored an all girl fashion show given by the homemaking depart- ment, and representatives of Junior Achievement spoke to North students on the value of partici- pating in a business enterprise. Membcri of the Drake University Dromo Deportment presented Shakespeare s MacBeth tor un ali-school assemuly on Monday, October 30 —88 — open Houses Rock With Fun, Excitement After-game open houses reflect the changing moods of youth. An air of relaxation and free- dom surrounds each open house as students seek to release built-up tensions. Open Mousses add a finishing touch to the victorious game or brighten an evening saddened by a defeat. A unifying spirit among all North students, regardless of class or race, can be sensed as common interests are shared in having fun. We have the North High Booster Club and P.T.A. to thank for sponsoring and chaperoning these mixers. —90— Student Council Sponsors Easter Egg Hunt On Friday, April 1 1, twenty-five North stu- dent council members played " Easter Bunny " for about sixty children from the Day Care Center at 9th and Forest. Louis Van Hoosear, Jim Rossow, and Kreg Kauffman hid hundreds of Easter eggs at Union Park. The other stu- dent council members drove the children from the Center to Union Park, where they enjoyed looking for the hidden eggs. With all of the eggs discovered, the group migrated to the swings and sliding boards. It was truly a fun-filled day for all those pa rticipating. varied winds splash paint or lower house lights or sing their own special song and when those winds are gone we will know all the wonderful things we have done and seen Members of the North swimming teom per- form 0 routine in the Dolphin Show. —93— " The Crucible " Presented as Fall Play Karen Grigsby, Mori Roe, Craig Nordaker. " The Crucible, " a two-act production based on the experiences of people who lived during the seventeenth century Salem witch trials, was presented November 16 and 17. Written and produced first in 1953, the play is reflective of the McCarthyism or " red scare " which was alive in that period. It illustrates well the mass hysteria which results when a society becomes so com- pletely involved with themselves. Cast Betty Parris Helen Mischkiet Reverend Samuel Parris Jim Fogarty Tituba Shawn Reynolds Abigail Williams Joyce Hata Susanna Wallc ott _ " ____.Diane Kalwishky Mrs. Ann Putnam Nancy Ritchie Thomas Putnam Bob Boughman Mercy Lewis - „ Martha Swanson Mary Warren Karen Grigsby John Proctor Craig Nordaker Rebecca Nurse Cathy Mardis Giles Corey Russ Hall Reverend John Hale John Gillaspey Elizabeth Proctor Mari Rae Francis Nurse Tom Chrystal Ezekiel Cheever 1 Rick Day John Willard Pat Wolverton Judge Hawthorne John Tinker Deputy-Governor Danforth Craig Bancroft Sarah Good Kathy Worster Hopkins Tom Baird Row One — Martha Swanson, Helen Mischkiet. Row Two — Diane Kalwishky, Joyce Hata. —94 Thespians Stage ' ' Diary of Anne Frank " J.m Fogerty — Mr. Dussel; Scott Faulkner — Mr. Fronk; Helen Mischkiet — Anne FranK, Kothy Woster — Mrs. Frank; Jeonne Groom — Mrs. Von Daon; Som Genovese — Mr. Van Doon; Eric Youngberg — Mr. Krohlor; Not pictured: Martha Swonson — Margot Frank; Mary Tinker — Miep; John Tinker- — Peter Van Daon. " The Diary of Anne Frank " was presented January 20. The two-act play, a true story, took place in Amsterdam at the height of Hit- ler ' s Third Reich. The plot centered around a small clan of Jews living in a warehouse attic, seeking safety from the Nazis. It was completely produced by the Thespian Club and directed by Mari Rae, club president. Drama Classes Study One- Act Plays A few purposes of the one-act plays are to gain experience in acting and speaking, learn to perform before an audience and to gain a knowledge of dramatic impressions. The plays given on March 8 were rehearsed during classroom time and the costumes and props were planned by the members of the cast. John Thompson, dramatics teacher, supervised and directed the casts during their rehearsals. Bob Amos, Ken Giliam, and Tony Morrcw os they do scene from " Techouse of The August Moon. " Peggy Spates, Craig Nordoker, Kothy Worster, and Morcio Moore perform o scene from the morality play, " Everymon. " —95— France was the Scene for " Thieves ' Carnival " Peggy Spotes, Dennis Bell, Craig Nordoker Dennis Bell, Russ Hall, Linda Roberts, Bob Cooper, Croig Nordoker, Jim Fogarty, Kothy Worster (in stand). Thieves Carnival ' was presented as the Spring drama production. John Thompson directed this farce written by Jean Anovilh. The members of the cast were: Dennis Bell Craig Nordaker, Bob Cooper, Tom Baird, Mari Rae. Diane Kalwishky, Peggy Spates Craig Bancroft, Griff Reese, John Gillaspey, Russ Hall, Jim Fogarty, Linda Roberts Julie Wilson Kathy Worster, Rick Day, Nancy Ritchie, Ron Person, Kathy Comito Bob Nedderman ' Helen Mischkiet, John Tinker. Polar Bear Reflects the Spirit of North High Kothy Johnson Acodemics Peggy Davis Senior Section Tammy Bowlby Sen, or Section Dorothy Phares OrgoniZQtions Gwen Wotermon Senior Section Judy McCann Senior Section jom Genovese School Life Rick Daver port Talent Section Bob Hennings Special Recognition Roger Sanders Photogropher Craig Boncroft Sports Section Joel Mortensen Sports Section Lynn Parrish Advertising Pam Bethel Advertising fill Brodeen bales Morwger JULIE HUGHES Editor In Chief 1 PENNY SCHWAB Co-Editor Searching for new ideas, writing copy, making page plans, taking and cropping pictures are only a few of the many jobs which must be accomplished by a yearbook staff. We would like to thank Mr. Walter Barnett, other members of the faculty, and everyone concerned for their fine help and cooperation. The Polar Bear Staff of 1968 feels that we have done our very best to give you a book which can bring back treasured memories in future years. We sincerely hope that you will enjoy it. —97— Stevr Bump Heads Fall Oracle Staff The North High Oracle is many things — it is the official means of communication of North, it is a record of school history, and it pro- vides experience for all students interested in working in fields of journalism. The award winning Oracle continued its high achievement this year under the direction of Walter Barnett, advisor, and Steve Bump, editor in chief. The members of both the fall and spring Oracle staffs have spent many hours of concentration and hard work to achieve a goal of having a superior paper. STEVE BUMP Editor In Chief Amy Richordson Assistont Editor Julie Hughes Feature Editor Peggy Dovis Feature Editor Craig Bancroft Sports Editor Rick Briggle Sports Editor Roger Sanders Photographer Ricl Doven[X)rt Page Editor Kattiy Johnson Poge Editor Bob Hennings Poge Editor Penny Schwob Page Editor Joel Mortensen Poge Editor f Dorothy Phores Mailing Editor Som Genovese Moiling Editor —98— Tammy Bowlby Advertising Mgr. Glenn Wells Advertising Mgr. Spring Oracle Records School History Bump Repeats As Editor in Chief Helaine Oster Co-Editor Mary Greaves Co-Editor Connie Donahue Feoture Editor STEVE BUMP Editor In Chief Sheryll Swonson Feature Editor Jim Herselius Sports Editor Gary Schwab Sports Editor Mark Slock Sports Editor Tom Boird Sports Editor Russ Hall Sports Editor Sheri Griffin Poge Editor Sue Goodineer Page Editor Kay Bumpilori Page Editor Patty Borsetti Page Editor Linda Collins Page Editor Nancy Ritcn,t. Page Editor m Bob Schatz Photographer Jim Ellenbergcr Photographer Marsha Fi Iby Advertising Mgr. Morilyn Gerecz Advertising Mgr. Dee Lynch Mailing Editor Leslie Snedden Mailing Editor —99— Miss Phoenix Advises Oracle Bookkeepers The Oracle Bookkeepers perform a great service to North as they keep records of advertisements that appear in the Oracle and Polar Bear, and send out bills to individual advertisers. The girls are chosen on the basis of ability and skill in the area of record keeping. Miss Phyllis Phoenix, adviser, oversees all oF the work. The Oracle bookkeepers ot work. Vicki Kollonsrud, Miss Phyllis Phoenix, and Carolyn Boker. NHS Teachers Sponsor Talent Show Judy James and the , : rm in the cofeteria during lunch to publicize the Talent Show. Pauletta Hill, Pot Atkins, Marilyn Hill, and Judy James. Under the organization of Mr. Brandt Crocker, the talent show, held March 13, featured eight acts. These included six vocal acts and two organ solos, and they varied from folk to soul to contemporary music. The program was enjoyed by a well-filled auditorium. —100— Orchestra Displays Much Talent Row One— Margaret Rieff, Pat Johnson, Sam Leong, Katny Icnimcrc, Morcia Gilliand, Ann . ' .lI,., Row Two — Marc. a Kerns, Judy Bortlett Denise Dorner Tim McDonald, Mike McPherson, Bill Edwards, Ke.th Fuson, Gail Bowman, Vickie Stiles, Kathy Worster Row Three— Mr. Korl Killinger, Mr Joel Miller Tim Rutz Jill Brodeen, Chuck Wallace, Pot McCarville, Gary Bergmonn, Foith Fulwood, Bob Nedderman, Cheryl Hunnell. The members of orchestra covered a wide variety of music ranging from classical to modern. Several composed their own musical compositions. They also participated in the Christmas program, and had a large turn out for the State Solo and Ensemble festival. Under the leadership of Karl Killinger the orchestra has worked hard each day during fifth period to achieve the point of perfection. —101— The North High Band Pla R;w One — jjc bovMsiiy, Ann Welsh, ShoutiQ Bishop, Mary Ashton, Morcia Gillilond, Jeonnine Peterson, Sharon Seward, Peggy Davis, Kothy Johnson Penny Schwob, Cheryl Stork, Craig Haynes. Row Two— Kothy Worster, Stevs Henry, Gail Bowman, Louis Van Hoosear, Rick Bowlsby, Rhonda Andrews L.nda Standing, Jack Hansen, Marcio Moore, Tom Lorey, Keith Fuson Alan Janssen, Bill Edwards, Bill Byos, Bill Beswick Vickie Stiles Karen Moore Ko ' hy Fen more, LcKjne Jensen, Sheryl Meisheid, Jane Ashdown. Row Three — Sandy Gillilond, Peggy Spates, Diana Wright, Anita Krause, Ruth Wright, Bob Schatz, Tim McDonald, Kris Hokanson, Bob Neddermon, Cathy SondU, T.m Johnson, Cheryl Hunnell, Debbie Roush, Grant Swortz, Lindo Hevlin, The North High band, under the direction of Karl Killinger, had an eventful year. Last fall was spent preparing football half time shows. The concert band presented two programs for the student body. The year was rounded out by marching in the Drake Relays. Viesha, and Armed Forces Day Parades. Mel Davis, featured soloist for this year ' s North Des Moines Bond Festival. 102 Concerts and Marches in Parades Jack Shepord Koren Iverson Dennis Peterson, Roy Coll, Mike Nodlond, Morlys Dunahoo, Mike Burgher, Mork Satre, Mike McPherson, Jonis James, Bob Hall. Row Four — Morty ' Johnson, Earl Parson, Jean Deneson, Gwen Cogley, Sue Forsyth, Pat Bucklew, Pot McCorvile, Beth Bront, John Swortz, Dave McGinnis Ken Jurgens Dove Woodyard, Craig Rogers, Tom Dickinson, Lee Worster, Leroy Chotfield, Bruce Potter, Dean Gillaspey, Jim Ellen- burger Garry Bergmonn, Alan Lander, Galen Koch, Mike Woodyard. Row Five — Mr. Karl Killinger, Mr. Joel Miller, Betty Ebert, Bob Worrick, Bob Lees, Rick Davenport, Jill Brodeen, Scott Crawford, Craig Clork, Marcia Davis, Lorry Johnson, Pot Johnson, John Roberts, Tim Rutz, H n Mischkiet, Margaret Rieff. Select bond nnembers make up the stage band. —103— Choir and Glee Clubs Participate Row One — Jeannme Sciochitono, Anne Peterson, Sheretto Tnplett, Alan Dyer, Harry Webb-Bey, Floyd Epton Dan Smith Vickie Spriggs Becky Moore, Cheryl Hunnell. Row Two — Collen Wolker, Linda Smith, Sharon La Forge, Morty Smith, Tim Rutz Alon Peterson Bruce Polmer ' Joyce Vender Linden, Leanne Carson, Bobby Kellis. Row Three — Judy Rosenberg, Shirley Lovig, Judy Cromer A! Amos Dove Lewis Botj Boughmon, Ron Person, Jan Phipps, Deloine McKroy, Judy Bortlett, Kjthy Comito. The vocal music groups carried on tha tradition of excellence by having two members, Sam Leong and Marilyn Hill, selected to be in the All-State Chorus. At Christmas the Girls ' Glee Club sang Vaughn William ' s Magnificat. Boys ' Glee Club, Girls ' Glee Club, and Choir also performed " Frostiana. " The Choir appeared in Kaleidoscope of Arts on May 7, and at Baccalaureate on June 2. Row One; — Ron Oimsteod, Denn.s Bornord, Marty Johnson, Dick Jackson Gene Green Jim Pierick Floyd Epton, Horry Webb-Bey, Dole Aycock, Bruce Polmer. Row Two — Paul Wymon Jotin Phipps, Croig Rogers, Jim Morrow, Dick Hildebrand, Steve Messer, Korl Butler Larry Swigert. Row Three — Morty Smith, Ron Person, Allen Peterson, Bob Boughmon, Mork Sotre, Al Amos, David Lewis, Tom Pierick, Darnell Willioms. —104— in Solo and Ensemble Festival Row One — Conn;e Carpenter, Cothy Mardis, Tcrraso Steele, Kothy Ticrncy, Jim Fogarty, Lorry Swigert, Rick Bowlsby, Junita Webb-Bey, Marcio Phipps, Sue Bowlsby, Jone Vosburg, Bev Borsness. Row Two— Dorothy Phores, Alice Reardon, Morilyn Hill, Velmo Reeves, Tom Pierick, Don Bobenhouse, Sam Leong, Barb Hansen, Kathie Cram, Diane Linn, Francine Davis, Mary McCrea. Row Three — Diane Hermann, Sandy Nicholson, Morto Trout, Pat Atkins, Paul Wyman, Jim Pierick, DorrwII Williams, Craig Clark, Linda Hevlin, Connie Martin, Moria German. Row One — Julie Wilson, Dorothy Yaw, Diann Lane, Kathy Lamb, Teori Newton, Bonnie Day, Brenda Goskin, Sherretto Triplett, Marsho Herring, Susan Appell, Cathy Lajko, Becky Moore, Kathy Johnson, Karen Seals, Leonna Corson. Row Two — Darto Dent, Mary Harris, Chris Shoning, Alane Willis, Judy Frew, Belindo Kolar, Judy Cremer, Karen Grigsby, Dorothy Phores, Velvo Colemon, Annetto Willioms, Carol Burton, Jane Trouts, DeLone McKray, Mory McCreo. Row Three — JoAnn Phoenix, Nancy Kling, Linda McCarty, Shirley Lovig, Joy Ostring, Diona King, Marr Genea Nichols, Pot Atkins, Joyce Brewton, Rene Obrecht, Suzonne McNeley, Denise Darner, Sorah Shortridge, Sandra Hadley. Row One — Jeannine Sciachitano, Colleen Walker, Linda Smith, Judy Rosenberg, Judy Manley, Chorlotte Ryan, LirxJa Storkovich, Janice Cloussen, Mickey Western, Nancy McCrea. Row Two — Patty Westby, Jar»et Sonnenburg, Pat Johnson, Duanna Erick- son, Joyce Vonderlinden, Celeste Hood, Moureen Alexander, Ann Kinnanx n, Elaine Singleton, Mory Powers. Row Three — Potty Wood, Sandy Nicholson, Tone Roff, Morta Trout, Vero Dempewolf, Helen McCarthy, Connie Allsup, Toro Oxenford, Lucy Potter- sen, Mario Germon. —105— Camille McLeod Serves As Dolphin President The Dolphins, North ' s synchronized swimmers, had an eventful year, high- lighted by the annual show. Camille McLeod served as presi- dent, Diana Leveke as first vice presi- dent, Patty Barsetti as second vice president, Martha Leo, as secretary, and Kris Stewart as treasurer. The girls were chosen on their abil- ity to stroke, skull, ballet leg, and dolphin. Miss Marilyn Quinn was club sponsor. DOLPHIN OFFICERS — Kris Stewart, treasurer; Martha Leo, secretary; Patty Barsetti, second v.ce-prcsidenf ; Diono Leveke, first vice-president; and Camille McLeod pr£s:dcnt. Row One — Martha Leo, Diana Leveke, Camille McLeod, Potty Barsetti, Kris Stewart. Row Two — Mory Von Dom, Alice Reordon, Karia Giefer, Morgoret Rieff, Debj Walter, Barb Sidoner. Row Three — Debbie Zettle, Terry Huffmon, Sheri Wotkins, Sue Appell, Ann Salkiewicz. Row One — Terri Broxmeyer, Jane Pierick, Dee Redic, Barb Wohlwend, Janet Rew. Row Two — Marsha Anderson, Joon Grazier, Janey Hooper, Diane Stewart, Barb Stone. Row Thre« — Linda Clayton, Jone Schloser, Beonnie Vanni, Linda Starkovich, Sue Allely. Row Four — Miss Mori- lyn Quinn. —106— 1968 Dolphin Show QUEEN S COURT; Row One — Martha Leo, Camille McLeod, Diana Leveke, Kris Stewort. Row Two — Mary Van Dam, Debi Wolters, Borbora Sidoner. Row Three — Susan Appell, Debbie Zettle, Terry Huftmon. School Days, Winter Wonderland, Hallo- ween, and Graduation were just some of the " Days to Remember " when the North High Dolphins presented their annual show, March 28, 29 and 30. Diana Leveke was chosen queen with Martha Leo, Camile McLeod, and Kris Stewart as senior princesses. The junior and sopho- more princesses were Mary Van Dam, Debi Walters, Barb Sidoner, Susan Appell, Debbie Zettle, and Terry Huffman. Diana Leveke Is Queen Of " Days To Remember " SANTA AND HIS REINDEER: Row One- Linda Cloyton, Morcio Moore. Row Two Marsha Anderson, Jane Schlaser. -Barb Stone, Barb Wohlwend, — Dione Stewart, Debi Wolter, Rcw One — Mary Van Dam, Terry Huftmon, Jone Pierick, Beonnie Vonni, Janet Rew. Row Two — Korla Giefer, Borb Sidoner, Alice Reardon, Sue Allely, Ann Salkiewicz, Sue Appell, Sheri Wofkins. —107— Cheerleaders Promote School Spirit Hard work is the phrase that best describes what it takes to be a cheer- leader. The girls, sponsored by Mrs. Mary Helen Muell. practice every Tuesday and Thursday after school. With an abundance of energy and enthusiasm the North High cheerleaders instilled pep and school spirit in the students of North. Besides performing at football, bas- ketball, and baseball games, and in p3p assemblies, the cheerleaders also decorated the varsity locker room, made tags for each member of athletic teams, and led cheers at the homecoming bonfire. The cheerleaders were chosen by a panel of seven judges on the basis of appearance, pep, jumps, and the ability to perform selected cheers. Row One — Pot Siepmonn. Row Row Three — Patrice Kalleen. men Wotermon, Kathy Quick, Mory Greoves, Sheila Starkovich. This year saw a change in the number and organization of the cheerleading squads. The sopho- more and junior varsity cheerleading squads of the past were abolished. However, a wrestling and swimming squad were created to lead cheers at those two winter sports. The team, consisting of two seniors and two juniors, practiced with the var- sity cheerleaders. For the first time North had 12 varsity cheerleaders organized into two squads. Previously North had one varsity squad of eight members. Mary Greaves served as captain of one team, and Sheri Griffin acted as captain of the other team. All 12 girls cheered at football games. During basketball season, the two squads alternated cheering at the sophomore and varsity games. Row One — Mory Ridgwoy, Sheri Griftin, Judy Toylor. Row Two — Corol Bethel, Potti Blumer, Deanno Bergman. —108— at Athletic Events and Assemblies Polar Beor Mascot, Bob Boughman. Helen Mischkcet, Cothy Sandle, Shown Reynolds, Sheryl Veenschoten. —109— NHS Rope Jumpers Demonstrate Skill, Ability The skill and ability of the North High Rope Jumpers has continued the tradition of the team originally started in 1942 by Mrs. Theresa Anderson. This year the team is sponsored by Miss Marilyn Quinn. This season the girls have performed at the Pep Club tea, the North vs. East game, and the Drake vs. Iowa State game. For the first time, a junior varsity rope jumping squad was formed and consisted of five girls, with Tina Changnon as captain. Ropejumping practices are held during and after school. FLAGS: Row One — Diane Kolwishky, Karen Crowell, Jone Vosbjrg, Sue Steele, Mary S mms. Row Two — Amy Richardson, Linda Stanfield, Julie Hughes, Merri Watson, Sue Stewort, Comille McLeod, Jan Michelson. Twirlers Are Essential Part Of Band A group of twelve Flag Twirlers and seven Majorettes were an extremely important part of the North High marching band this year as they per- formed at football and basketball half times. Besides proving herself to be a competent marcher, each of these girls must be skilled in the art of twirling at the same time. The flags twirled several new rou- tines composed by captain Merri Wat- son. Co-captains Janis Leary and Brenda Molsberry worked out twirling routines for the majorettes. Karl Killinger, band director, composed the marching routines for both groups. The Majorettes and Flag Twirlers proved to themselves to be graceful leaders of the band during parade season. Both groups spend three mornings a week, sixth period, and after school practicing their routines. A great deal of effort, work, and skill is put forth for each performance. —Ill — Kadets Provide Finishing Touch To Number One Band SENIOR KADETS: Row One — Lindo Collins, Lynn Porrish, Connie Mortin, Potty Barsetti, Kris Stewart, Roisso Sorontschin. Row Two— Jonicc Collier, Lolly Johnson, Kothie Cram, Dorothy Phores, Marsha Filby, Sue Goudinecr, Cindy Olmsteod. Row Three — Vicki Lind, Kothi Blomquist, Lindo Voegtlin, Jon.s Kolling, Georgia Millhollin, Judy McConn, Liso Nelson. The purpose of the North High Kadets is to add color and beauty to the marching band as they perform at football and basketball game half times. Led by Colonel Linda Collins, the girls practice thr3e mornings a week and sixth period. All Kadets are chosen by a panel of judges on their ability to march, appearance, poise, and drill facings. The Kadets accompanied the band in marching at the Freeway- Interstate Opening, Drake Relays pa- rade. Veisha, and Armed Forces Day parade. JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE KADETS: Row One — Vickie Spriggs, Sheri Wotkins, Ann Kinnomon, Melonie Mineor, Deeonn Veenschoten, Sandy Griffin. Row Two— Mortho Swonson, Jenno Jurgensen, Judy Mossholder, Cindy Shoemon, Marilyn Gerecz, Cindy Hansen. Row Three — Karen Stephens, Barb Sidcncr, Tina Pryor, Diane Stewart, Carol Jessen. —112— Captains — Janis Leary, Linda Collins, Merri Watson, Brenda Molsberry. North Kadets and Twirlers display their marching obility while performing a baslcetball flag raising. Marching Band Promotes North High Assistant captains and Lynn Parrish. North High ' s marching band has always been one to look up to, and this year ' s band is no excep- tion. Practicing three mornings a week and sixth hour, the band puts in many long hours of prac- tice before performing at football games, basketball games, and pa- rades. The marching band would not be the great organization it is without efficient and capable leaders. Tim Johnson as head drum major carries out the in- structions of director Karl Killin- ger, in leading the group. The leaders of the Kadets and Twirlers must create routines for the girls to perform. Stewort Drum Mujor Tim Johnson The entire North High marching band, over 150 members, forms a musical instrument for one of their many football half-times. —113— to every season turn and to all our organizations turn and be it known they are the foundations of our school Louie Von Hoosear conducts o student council meeting. —115— Kauffman Heads Fall Student Council FALL STUDENT COUNCIL: Row One — Mory Greaves, Gwen Woterition, Kari Dix, Lindo Voegtlin, Connie Beckett, Becky Dovis, Sheryll Swanson, Dan Smith, Patti Blumer. Row Two — Gail Bowman, Sue Stewart, Jon Hughes, Wilmo Poyney, Steve Bump, Joe Mortensen, Steve Leighter. Row Three — Lynn Parrish, Julie Hughes, Bob Luxen, Tom Thoren, John Rudisill, Jeff Morck, Jeff Gillom, Bob Coldwell, Alan Dyer, Rick Ramsey Kreg Kauffman Craig Boncroft Connie Miller Marl Roe Patty Barsetti President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretory Treasurer FALL STUDENT COUNCIL: Row One — Joney Hooper, Barb Stone, Christina Pryor, Ann Kinnomon, Kothy Quick, Dove Humphrey, Marsho Anderson, Susan Appell, Cheryl Hunnell. Row Two— Pomelo Gaines, Vonderlyre Watkins, Karen Faust, Diane Stewart, Koren Crowell, Sandy Wright, Mike Siepmonn, Dove Kouzlorich, Steve Cote, Alvin Pilcher. Row Three — Marcy Mumford, Carol Downey, Russ Short, Bill Rollison, Wayne Fisher, Lorry Gnewikow, Mike Noble, Mike Rubino, John Phipps, Steve Dengle. — 116 — Van Hoosear Leads Spring Student Council SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL: Row One — Ted Prine, Tim OIney, Bob Lawson, Tom Minks, Fronk Crosswhite, Linda Wynn Martha Swanson, Croig Farson, Morcy Mumtord, Sheryl Meisheid. Row Two — Jack Welch, Greg Clark, John Silk, Bill Rollrson, Deon Gillaspey, Bill Ellsworth, Debbie Goetz, Randi Wickliff, Sondy Wright, Christino Pryor. Row Three — Tom Dickinsw, Bruce Potter, Ron Kellogg, Henry Jonnengo, Mike Heinkel. Sherwood Brown, Dick Rodine, Judy Bartlett, Kothy Fenimore, Mory Kay Alexonder. Louis Van Hooseor Don Steele Mori Roe Sheri Griffin Sam Leong President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer The first accomplishments of fall student council were $100 gift and $400 loan to Hoover and the pur- chase of pennants for the boys ' gym. A juke box for the student center came about through the efforts of student council. Probably the most memorable event for many was the Christmas party given for chil- dren at th3 Child Day Care Center, complete with Santa " Bob Koons " Claus and presents. Spring student council started urban-rural exchanges and added a school motto, " Within these walls lies the future. " A successful Kite Day was held March 17 to the delight of all participants, and on April 12 student council members took the Day Care Center children to Union Park for an Easter egg hunt. Bill McDermoft, Alvin Pilcher, Cecil Brewton. Kow inree — i im n Jeff G:ilam, Bob Koons, Steve Bump, Dave Lewis, Steve Dengle. —117— Inter-City Student Council Helps Better School Relations Inter-City Student Council helps promote better school relationships among its member schools. This year the name was changed from Intra-City to Inter-City when Valley High of West Des Moines joined the seven Des Moines high schools as a member. North was well represented this year as two of the four officers, president and secretary, were from North. In addition. North was represented by two members from each class who were elected by the student council and the president of our student council. INTER-CITY STUDENT COUNCIL: Row One— Joel Mortensen, Gwen Wotermon. Row Two — Jan Hughes, Gordon Cox, Dione Stewart. Row Three — Jeff Morck, Bob Luxen, Tom Thoren. FaU Judicial Board Judicial Board was organized to prevent students from per- forming acts harmful to the building or the school ' s reputa- tion and to punish those who disobeyed. Fall Judicial Board, under the direction of student council vice-president, Craig Bancroft, hoped to increase the effectiveness of this group. In accordance with this, a monitor system in the student center during lunch was set up to control the litter problem. Spring Judicial Board Spring Judicial Board, led by Don Steele, student council vice-president, added two girls to its group. Respect for judi- cial board and increasing its responsibilities were two prob- lems spring judicial board set out to conquer. In addition to student center monitors, these students created parking lot monitors, who checked for stu- dents parking in the wrong place and without a sticker. FALL JUDICIAL BOARD: Row One — Steve Cote, Rollison, Rick Ramsey, Croig Bancroft, Russ Short. Frank Crosswhite, Mike Noble. Row Two -Bill SPRING JUDICIAL BOARD: Row One — bandy Steele, Steve Bump, Steve Dengle, Bill Ellsworth. Row Two -Don —118— Pep Club Builds Image Of North Pep Club, the largest organization at North, with 400 members, added many new things this year. Besides the events pictured, pom poms completed the already colorful pep sections at games. One girl was honored each month for her outstanding work in the club and the spirit stick was awarded to the senior class. Pep Club created three committees — service, program, and publicity. Service Committee did several worthwhile projects to help needy children, the elderly, and the soldiers in Viet Nam. Jon, punch Gt v:m;rc Tea. Sheri Griffin, Georgia Millhollin, Kothi Blomquist, B renda Molsberry, Sherry Jensen, Lolly Johnson, Deama Bergman model at Fashion Show. FALL OFFICERS: Row One — Georgio Millhollin, Julie Hughes. Row Two— Carol Jessen, Debbie Holl, Connie Mortin. SPRING OFFICERS: Row One — Shawn Reynolds, Martha Swan son. Row Two — Judy Toylor, Julie Hughes, Cindy Quick. Pep Club Installation Banquet —119— " i : » • u o t " ' - ' " do Collins, Mary Greovei, Mr mc r , •.v. t.n .c. Julie Hughes, Sheri Griffin. Row two— Louis Von Hoosear, Tim Johnson, Dick Rodine Steve Bump, Bob Schotz. =. -i Pep Board is the group which promotes schoolwide enthusiasm and spirit for all school sponsored activities. D Jl f plan all pep assemblies, spirit weeks, and ths bonfire. This years spirit week included the Powder Puff Derby, Skit Day, Mum Day, Beat Dowling Day. Janitors Time Off, and Count Down to Victory Tags. This year ' s chairman was Mary Greaves, and its m3mbers are heads of the various spirit groups at North. Pep Board, Art Committee Help Promote School Spirit Art Committee members show their school spirit by painting signs and posters for all school events such as games, parties, dances, and other activ- ities. They also help prepare scenery for the school plays and the Dolphin show, and de- sign program covers. This years chairmen were Kathy Blomquist and Linda Voegtlin, fall, and Joyce Hata, spring. ART COMMITTEE: Row one — Dorotny Shoeffer, Dione Blarney, Judy McConn, Mary Simms, Chris Shoning, MorlQ Germon, Corolyn Mainord. Row two — Randi Muchler, Sherryl Tharp, Marcio Hayes Sharon Buwaldo, Linda Voegtlin, Kothi Blomquist, Sue Gaudineer —120— " The Diarv of Anne Frank " is Produced by Thespians THESPIAN CLUB: Row one — Kathy Kness, Linda Roberts, Cothi Mardis, Helen Mischkiet, Sheri Watkins, Ann Kinnamon, Marcio Moore. Row two — Mr. John Thompson, Kothy Worster, Peggy Spates, Judy Rosenberg, Mor Beth Tinker, Kothy Quick, Dorothy Phares, Cindy Olmsteod, Lolly Johnson. Row three — Mike Lake, Diane Kolwishky, Cindy Shoemon, Mo i Strothman, Shawn Reynods, Mori Ridgway, Morttia Swonson, Mary Von Dom, Georgia Ramsey, Gwen Waterman. Row four — John Tinker, Noncy Ritchie, Dee Redic, Cindy Quick, Mori Roe, Eric Youngberg, Mike Mintle, Croig Nordoker. The big project of the Thespians this year was presenting " The Diary of Artne Frank. " The student director was Mari Rae, with Mr. Thompson as the faculty sponsor. Students who have participated in a play are eligible to come to the meetings and when they have acquir- ed sufficient points from participating in dramatic acfivities they may be invited to join the club, which is nationwide. This year ' s president was Mari Rae. THESPIAN CLUB: Row one — Karen Foust, Sandy Griffin, Dione Corr, Joyce Hoto. Row two — Kothy Comito, Jeonne Groom, Patty Borsetti, Kathie Cram, Sharon Buwaldo, Patrice Faulkner. Row three — Mary Ashton, Deonno Bergman, Pom Bethel, Karen Gngsby, Scott Faulkner, Sam Genovese. Row four — John Gillaspey, Jim Fogarty, Craig Bancroft, Russ Hall, Tom Boird, Rick Day. —121 — Stv ' ents Assist Faculty Members With LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: Row one — Denny Keldermon, Randy Ibson, Bob Caldwell, Dick Rodine, Bob Ligouri, Steve Anderson, Cindy Quick, Lindo Collins, Heloine Oster. Row two — Dove McGinnis, Deon Giilaspey, Craig H jnter, Lorry Johnson, Cothy Darlington, Lynn Grothe, Kathy Quick, Linda Wynn, Loy Dovis, Connie Becket, Sue Kaufmann, Patty Niffenegger, Mrs. Phyllis Sellers, Noncy Cheshire. Row three — Gale Reese, Mrs. Joonn Dwiere, Dan Bobenhouse, J ohn Silk, Kathy Johnson, Debbie Hall, Debi Nielsen, Nancy Ritchie, Mrs. Eleonor Blonks, Leslie Snedden, Penny Schwob. Library assistants provide valuable aid to both the librarians and the students. They spend their study hall shelving books, checking books in and out, filing, sending out overdue book slips, and keeping the books in good condition. Because of this help, the librarians are able to spend their time in more important duties and in helping students. At the beginning of each semester the physical education teachers choose student gym leaders. These girls take attendance, lead exercises, referee games played in gym class, and take gym five days a week. GIRLS ' GYM LEADERS: Row one — Linda Wynn, Tami Bowlby, Connie Miller, Helen Mischkiet, Mary Wong, Janice Olson, Vickie Howkins, Bonny Woody. Row two — Kori Dix, Linda Collins, Shown Reynolds, Lynn Grothe, Karen Stephens, Kris Hokonson, Cheryl McConnell. Row three — Dione Johnson, Barb Sidoner, Sandra Jocobe, Diane Porter, Marr Geneo Nichols, Jill Brodecn, Annetta Williams, Moureen Boos. —122— Their Work and Serve Student Bodv NURSE ' S ASSISTANTS: Row One — Mrs. Beulah Fjelde. Row Two— Garoldine Webb, Barb Seals, Scott Faulkner, Kothy Sporks, Lee Ann Wallace, Judy Stout, Barb Houston, Cathy Darlington, Jonie Stout, Marcia Moore, Nancy Ritchie. The nurses helpers spend their Study halls aiding Mrs. Beulah Fjelde in the regular daily routine of the nurses office. They make out new health cards and file these, check sick students into the office and keep a record of students leaving for the dentist or doctor, and keep the cot room tidy. In each classroom, each hour except fourth, an office assistant appears to collect the absence slips for that class. When they are not busy collecting slips, they perform many other useful services such as run- ning errands, typing, answering the telephone, writing out messages for students and teachers, and sorting the absence slips. OFFICE ASSISTANTS: Row one — Christina Pryor, DeAnne Forkner, Debbie Roush. Row two — Miss Marge Overholser, Debbie Boylan, Chris Gamble, Ann Nodlond, Debbie Hardenbrook, Mrs. Ruth Eoson. Row three — Dale Dowson, Carole Boo, Terry Cassady, Shirley Fett, Morr Genea Nichols. — 123— Foreign Exchange Committee Finances Foreign Student Cq oU Wo ' on Mn?r n I„J Toylor. Heloine Oster, Peggy Spotes, Sharon Beottie, Linda Beeman, Sam Leong, Joyce Hoto, Elte Wlm th R Z fhrJ r Leshe Sneddon, Dee Lynch, Georgia Romey, Lisa Nielsen, Marguerite Morker, Mrs tis.e wimsth. R:w thrco— L,nn Parnsh, Kathy Johnson, Peggy Dovis, Becky Davis, Lindo Standing, Debi Nielsen, Jeonne Gordon, Margaret Juncker. The main activity of the Foreign Exchange Committee is sponsoring Penny Day to collect funds to support a foreign student for the next year. They plan activities which will be of interest to both the m3mbers and the foreign student. The chairmen were Becky Davis, fall, and Peggy Davis, spring. Ir ing Tutors Help Junior High Students Become Well Rounded Individuals !;?X» r Ji ' ' ? •| " T; Joy ' e Hoto, Cathi Mordis, Sheri Wofkins, S ' larcn Beottie. Row two— Carol Bethel, Peggy Spotes Judy flurii n n R n.L " ft ' " ' foh- ' ' M E ' lenl rger. Row three— Debi Nielsen, Lym Porrish, Merri Watson, Pom Bethel, Connie Mo?tin Bob Li tour — Cro g Boncroft, John Helvig, Russ Hall, Rick Ramsey, Jim Rossow, Mr. Albert Groziono. , ouu i. Washington Irving Tutors, operating in its fourth year, has now grown to a considerable size u sponsorship of Mr. Albert Graziano. These North students go over to Irving for one hour every to help the junior high students with their school work and their social development. —124— Rosenberg, gouri. Row nder the Monday Finance Committee Sells S.A.T s The primary concern of the Finance Committee is to sell S.A.T. ' s and also to take charge of any other activ- ities of the Student Council in which finances are con- cerned. The sale of S.A.T. ' s this year netted approxi- mately $13,500. As Treas- urer of Student Council, Patti Barsetti headed this committee in the fall and Sam Leong headed it in the spring. STUDENT COUNCIL FINANCE COMMITTEE: Row One — Kothio Crom, Debbie Roiish, Georgia Romcy. Row two— Potfy Borsefti, Brendo Molsberry, Cindy Quick. Row three — Don Bobenhouse, Denny Mineor, Dave Henry, Don Morns. Row four — Rick Doy, Joe Lombordo, Steve Pedcrson, Bob Koons, Dick Rodine. New Student Council Committee Serves Community SERVICE COMMITTEE: Row one — Debbie Murtle, Lindo Beemon, Janice Cl aussen, Sharon Beattie, David Humphrey, Kathy Price, Debbie Taylor. Row two — Kathy McLean, Barb Hansen, Joanne Mainard, Kothie Cram, Marcio Kerns, Sheryll Swonson, Mrs. Frances Swett. Row three — Sandy Nicholson, Lynn Grothe, Karen Moore, Jeff Marck, Dale Dowson, Sheila Van Kleek, Pouletta Hill. Service Committee is one of the three new Student Council committees which was created for the pur- pose of serving others in the community. This year they filled Christmas stockings, put on shows at Veterans Hospital, and sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt at the Children ' s Day Care Center. Jeff Marck was chairman for the year. — 125— idents Serve in Auditorium and Classroom The Stage Crew arranges ths lights and builds set- tings for the stage, when it is needed for plays, concerts, or assemblies. They are also responsible for chang- ing the scenery during a play- STAGE CREW: Row one — Mr. LeRoy Persons, Bill Rollison, B:il Mohr, Chris Meltvedt, Alan Dyer, two — Randy Konis, Vic McCullough, Bob Baughman, Mork Garonson, Steve Brockett. Row The Public Address Com- mittee works with the micro- phones and amplifying sys- tem so that speakers can be heard throughout the audi- torium. They work for as- semblies, plays, concerts, and travelogues. PUBLIC ADDRESS: Mike Lake, Bill Mohr, Steve Brockett, Jim Young. The Audio-Visual Com- mittee runs the movie pro- jectors in the auditorium for assemblies and special programs. They also go into the classrooms and help the teachers by running the movie projectors for class- room movies. They provide the important service of delivering and picking up equipment to and from the various classrooms. AUDIO-VISUAL: Row one — Jock Gay, Hugh Wright, Mrs. Jody McCombs, Morc:a Phipps, Kolhy Kness. Row two — Dove Kirchner, Bob Jones, Som Genovese, Russ Short, Mike Rubino, Steve Brown. Absent — Tom Wilson, Jock Jordon, Chip Fisher. —126— Usher Committee Functions at Various School Events USHER COMMITTEE: Row one — Bev Barsness Heloine Oster, Evo Grimes, Vicki Jones, Janice Cloussen, Sharon Seattle, Marlys Dunahoo Row two — Leslie Snedden, Pam Bethel, Beth Dome-, Sue Bowlsby, Myrno Hays, Jonrs Leory, Mary Van Dam. Row three — Nancy Ritchie, Julie Hughes, Peggy Dovis, Koth Johnson, Pat Johnson, Karen Iverson, Mr. Robert Munch. Usher Committee takes tickets and hands out programs at various activities. They func- tion at school plays, assemblies, musical performances, baccalaureate, commencement, and other school events. Jan Leary was this year ' s chairman. Social Committee Responsible for School Dances SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Row one — Diane Stewart, Shown Reynolds, Sheri Watkms, Lauro Fong, Hela.ne Oster, Tomi Bowlby, Ann Kinnamon Griffin, Karen Faust, Christina Pryor, Leota Teale. Row two — Jan Hughe;, Nancy Holste, Keren Crowell, Pam Bethel, Tonya Oxenford, Kness, Lolly Johnson, Laurie Jensen, Robin Pagitt, Karen Van Dorn, rendo Mojsberry Ligouri, Dove Henry, . " Bob Koons, Ron Rayman Row three — Christie Priebe, Mary Kay Louis Von Hoosear Don Steele, Karen Grigsby ' , Linda Stanfield, Judy Rosenberg, Kathy Stout, Lindo Storkovich. man, Doug Abbey, Joe Lombardo, Bill Ellsworth, Joai Grazier, Mortha Swonson, Tina Chognon, Kori Dix, Jams J Sandy Kathy Alexander, Bob Row four — Social Committee plans and decorates for the school dances. " Diamond Jubilee " ended the homecom- ing activities this year. " Ecstasy in White " was the theme of this year ' s Christmas dance. Kari Dix was this year ' s chairman and Linda Stanfield was co-chairman. Max Palmer is the faculty advisor. — 127— Debaters Learn Forensic Techniques DEBATE CLUB: Row One — Jeanne Groom, Debbie Holl, Faith Fulwood, K ' cg Kauffman, Steve Cote, Bob Holl, Jack Goy. Row Two — Froncis Borzo, Lou s Von Hooseor, Steve Colton, Gory LeCroy, Dick Rodine, Gory Anderson, Clyde Brown, Pot Lojko. The Debate Club gives its members a chance to develop forensic techniques so that they are better able to participate effectively in democratic procedures. The Debaters had debate exchanges with other Des Moines schools, and have participated in numerous tournaments. Sponsor of the group is Mr. John Thompson. Students Learn Language of Computers Computer Club gives qualified students a chance to work with computers and keypunch machines. They go to the Polk County Board of Education office to use the computers and to Tech High to use the key- punch machines. Mr. Vernon BIy is the sponsor of the group. COMPUTER CLUB: Row One — Bob Worrick, Mr. Vernon BIy, Pot Lojko, Bernard McCabe Row Two — Dennis Gollogher, Bob Jones. Corl Wilcox, John Ohnmacht. —128— BOYS ' CLUB: Row one — Lorry Swigert, Mike Siepmonn, Dave McGinnis, Fronk Crosswhite, Jock Gay, Mike Poore, Bill McDermott, Phil Leslie, Dean Gillospey, Eric Schnirring. Row two — Mr. William Nolan, Croig Hunter, Eric Your gberg, Bob Ligouri, Don Steele, Joe Lombofdo, Bob Caldwell, Mike Lake, Richard Wills, Dennis Peterson. Row three — Ed Lewis, Bob Jones, Steve Anderson, Mike Morse, Louis Von Hooseor, Dove Kirchner. Row four — Bob Boughmon, Ron Kellogg, Bob Luxen, Dick Rodine, Steve Dengle, John Gillospey, Von Owens, Gory Anderson, Bill Ellsworth. Boys Club is the spirit or pep group for the boys. This year ' s big project, both for fun and finance, was a car rally in the fall. They had a spring car rally with Kiwanis Club, and they also sold North High stationery. Kiwanis Club Serves North High KIWANIS KEY CLUB: Row one — Mr. Tom Fitzgerold, Louis Von Hoosear, Alon Londers, Eric Schnirring, Bill McDermott, Jack Gay, Mike Woodyard. Row two — Jim Ellenberger, Bob Schotz, Mark Levirw, Mike Nodland, Dav3 Kirchner, Dean Gillospey. Row ttire« — Glenn Wells, Gory Henry, Ed Lewis, Bill Ellsworth, Croig Hunter, John Phipps, John Gillospey. Row four — Don Krouse, Joe Lombordo. Gory Schwab, Steve Anderson, Bob Nedder- mon, Mike Rubino, Dick Rodine. Kiwanis Key Club, along with their social events, has performed many services for the school. They move tables at the Open Houses, change the name board before the games, and they ushered at Parents Open House night and the program for college bound students. They also prepared and sold phone books and car safety devices. —129— Clubs Prepare Students FUTURE TEACHERS: Row one — Marilyn Grovenburg, Helaine Oster, Helen Mischkiet, Sheri Wotkins, Jonellc Weddell, Dale Dowson. Row two — Corole Watson, Georgio Ramey, Sharon Beottie, Lolly Johnson, Kothie Cram, Linda Wynn, Sheryl Swonson. Row three — Mrs. Morjorie iJc.vaay, Celeste Hood, Ellen Miftag, Jeanne Anderson, Sharon Gitlin, Velma Reeves, Debi Nielsen, Rondi Wickliff. Row four — Kris Stewort, Jean Sprott, Julie Hughes, Jeri Luedke, Jean Sperry, Coria Hansen, Diane King, Liz G een, Lindo Stonfield. Future Teachers Club helps to interest students in becoming teachers and helps those already interested in the profession to become acquainted with the required training and rewards of teaching. They had a banquet at Bishops to install the officers, movies, speakers, and a bake sale. The group also hosted the State Future Teachers Convention in the spring. Dale Dawson was President f r thp p,Tr, and Mrs. Marge DeWaay was adviser. FUTURE SECRETARIES: Row one — Evo Grimes, Bev Borsness, Vicki Jones, Annette Millard, DeAnne Forkner, Sally Newton, Connie Becket, Patti Niffeneger, Kathy Price. Row two — Marsha Filby, Sue Kaufman, Deboroh Murtle, Pat Gibson, Linda Roberts, Judy Hollroh, Kothy Stout, Karen Kaufman, Morilyn Gerecz, Joyce Fett. Row three — Vicki Kollansrud, Lindo Beemon, Debiaie Boylon, Joonne Moinord, Jane Pierick, Carol Potter, Sandy Stephens, Lindo Sossotelli, Jonie Stout, Myrno Hoys. Row four — Jean Deneson, Morto Trout, Velmo Reeves, Sandy Nicholson, Cindy Westlund, Dione Hall, Le Ann Wright, Koy Bumpilori, Kothy Olmsteod, Diono Crowder, Gloria Barker, Mrs. Betty Jockson. Future Secretaries Club helps interested girls understand required training and possible areas of secre- tarial work. They had a representative from Patricia Stevens and IBM, legal secretaries, and other secre- taries, and showed films. Marsha Filby was fall president, and Vicki Kallansrud was spring president. The sponsors were Mrs. Betty Jackson and Miss Mary Jane Blee. — 130— for Future Careers FUTURE HEALTH CAREER CLUB: Row One — Kay Burr.pilori, Tereso Show, Mary Ann McCreo, Cothy Lo ko, Cheryl Foster. Row Two — Vernono Westphol Janice England Judy Stout Rose Green, Becky Dovis, Kathy Sporks. Row Three — Jeanne Gordon, Debbie Boylan, Sheilo Von Kleek, Jonie Stout, Cherry Burkholder, Cheryl Storck. Row Four — Mrs. Beuloh Fielde, Faith Fulwood, Sue Forsyth, Lee Ann Wclloce, Vivion Griffith, Morgoret Juncker, D ane Porter. The goal of Future Health Careers Club is to interest and acquaint students in careers in medicine and related health fields and it tells them how they may e.ntsr or serve any particular field. Faculty sponsor is Mrs. Beulah Fjelde. The objective of Future Homemakers of America is to participate actively in projects for family, com- munity, and other improvements, with emphasis on citizenship, beautif ication, and safety. This year they had a U.N. Day Observance, decorated litterbags to sell, made tray favors and went carol- ing at a nursing home, and had a bake sale. They also celebrated their 21 st Birthday. Kay Shung was this year ' s president and advisor was Miss Erma Wilson. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS: Row One — Miss Erma W.lson, Dcloris Mingles, Teresa Show, Carolyn Baker, Noncy Wilbert, Sue Gates. Row Two — Becky Rutan, Linda Clayton, Vernona Westphal, Rhonda Vecchi, Beth Darner, Janice Olson, Potti Roush. Row Three — Sondy Nicholson, Morti Trout, Mary Smith, ' Sharon Shortridge, Jan Phipps, Vicki Brodeen, Kay Shung. — 131 — Latin Club sponsors many functions for its members such as the Roman Bath and the Roman Banquet, at which students wear Roman clothes, perform Roman ceremonies, and eat in a Roman feast fashion. Mr. Lee Koester was sponsor and Gail Willis was President. Language Clubs Study Foreign Countries The mam purpose of " Le Cercle Francais " is to study French culture and customs. They had guest speakers, movies, learned to sing French songs, and had parties. This years presidents were Kari Dix, fall, and Amy Richardson, spring, and sponsor was Mrs Sharon McLeod. — 132— DEC A Trains Students in Jobs Distributive Education stu- dents are trained and have on the job experience for careers n wholesaling, retailing, and ervice establishments. These students receive this training and instruction in the classroom, along with their regular duties, in the morning and work at respective places of business during the after- noon. Mr. Berry is the DECA sponsor and Pat Siepmann was President. D.E.C.A.: Row one — Pa t Siepmann, Connie Draper, Lila Buhrmoster, Vicki Johnson, Barbara Lewis. Row two — Bill Clyde, Pam Randoll, Cothy Clark, Cothy Eokins, Danny Crees, Don White. Row Min - Mr. Richord Berry, Dennis Schlegel, Dusty Symth, Girord Weber, Mr, Jim Couch. Sportsmanship Practiced by Gun Club Gun Club was formed last year to encourage students to be interested in conservation, guns, hunting, and good sportsmanship, and to help those who already had this interest. Some of their activities are hunting safari, trap shooting, and meets. Mr. Norman Miller and Mr. Larry Briggs were spon- sors. Row one — Ron Holmes, Bill Bcmisdorfer, Don Short, Mike Kirkpatrick, Mike Murphy. Row two Briggs, Terry Eostin, Dole Aycock, Dove Grodt, Lorry Wheeler, Mr. Miller. 133— while braving tempest winds of endless foes out yells never succumbed to the howling gales but were in a spirit that leads a sailing vessel to a victory cup Kris Stewart putting. —135 — Football 1967 Gridders Post Victories Over Tech, Lincoln, Hoover DON POWELL RICHARD CAMP GARY TAYLOR Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach The varsity football team ended the season with a 3-6 rscord. After losing their first three games, the Polar Bears defeated Tech 21-0 for a big Homecoming victory, and went on to defeat two more Des Moines schools. Rick Ramsey was named to the All-City first team while seven others received honorable mention. Seniors Kreg Kauffman and Rick Ramsey were elected co-captains of the 1967 squad. STEVE KLINE BOB KOONS JOE LOMBARDO All-Clty Honorable Mention All-City Honoroble Mention All-City Honoroble Mention JOEL MO RTENSEN BRUCE POTTER BILL ROLLISON MIKE WESTERN All-City Honoroble Mention All-City Honorable Mention All-City Honorable Mention All-City Honoroble Mention —137— 1967 Varsity Football Squad Dole Aycock Tom Boird Craig Bancroft Sherwood Brown Charles Brewton Lovone Burks Bob Caldwell Guard Guard End Tackle Back Bock Tackle Ken Colister Steve Cate Chuck Clark Vic Coleman Steve Collins John Copic Gordon Cox Back Guard Back Back Center Center Bock Frank Crosswhite Steve Dengle Jeff Gillam John Helvig Bill Hunter Walloce Jackson Dave Kouzlorich Guard End Center End End Back Back Dennis Keldertnan Ron Kellogg Pot Kennedy Bob Koons Dove Lewis Dennis Lewis Steve Leighter Back End Bock Center Tackle Tackle Bock ft ft Q ft Mike Long Scott McAdom Dennis Minear Tom Minks Mike Naughton M ki N-b!e Dennis Peterson Bock Tackle End Back Back Center Center —138— 1967 Varsity Football Squad John Polito Jack Reynolds Murray Sauerbrei Mike Siepmann Den Steele Tom Thoren Doug Welborn Back Back End Back Back Guard Tackle Jerry Collins Craig Hunter Bob Luxen Steve Peglow Back Guard End Guord Cross Country Finishes Third In City Meet Row One Kevan Brown Alfred Thomas, Earl Parsons, Dan Bobenhsuse, Couch Ken Whitney. Row Two — Dennis Vonderwerf, Sfeve Henry, Todd Ririe, Dean Gillaspey. Row Three — Chuck Fisher, Lorry Gnewikow, Keith Fuson, Victor Hawthorne, Steve Anderson, Bill McDermott. —139— 1967 Sophomore Football Squad This year ' s sophomore squad proved themselves to be a capable and talented team with plenty of energy. The team, coached by Mr. Gary Jotske, roiled up a season record of six wins and two losses. The Cubs were victorious in their first five games. A balanced offense and a tough de- fense plus speed overpowered most of the season opponents. The real team effort displayed by this year ' s sophomore team is a sure asset for an leam, and will be appearing in next year ' s junior varsity and varsity squads. Row One — Cooch Jotske, Marty Smith, Victor Corson, Don Lusk, Karl Butler, Hurl Beechum, Keith Neol. Row Two— Jim Jackson Sam Singleton Mike Corter, Jeff Thompson, Mitchell Goines, Jim Jefferson, Manoger Tim McDonald. Row Three — Monoger Charles Slaughter Greg Jenkins riori Key, Croig Brown, Bruce Erickson, Monoger Bob Lees. Row Four — Pete Knight, Chuck Lone, Doug Schlegel Joe Jockson Jock Welch Denorris Covil —140— Koons Is City ' s Fourth Leading Scorer JAMES LYLE Head Coach PHIL MOZEE Captoin KEN WHITNEY Assistant Coach This year ' s basketball squad may not have broken all records of last year ' s state tournament team but the games were still exciting, as the fans watched teamwork that showed real dedication. Ending with a 7-1 1 season record, the Polar Bears lost many close games after leading in the first ■alf and then failing behind. The team scored double victories over Dowling, Hoover, and Tech. At the year ' s basketball banquet Don Steele was pre- s ted with the Pat Snodgrass Award given to the player wi has contributed the most to the team spirit and jrked the hardest. Phil Mozee, with 100% scoring in the final game, was elected team captain. John Koons ended the season as the city ' s fourth leading scorer. I 7» 1968 Varsity Basketball Squad Darnell Williams Alfred Thomas Gary Sc hwab Bill Ellsworth Senior Manager Monoger Monoger Not pictured — John Koons, Wayne Fisher, and Johnny Thompson. —143— SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL: Row One — Keith Fuson, John Darlington, Carl Butler, Bill Florence, Bill Rollison, Rcndy Konis. Row Two — David Nichol- son, Bill Beswick, Greg Clork, Jim Smith, John Silk, Joe Jackson, Bill Ellsworth. Row Three — Cooch George Nicodemus, Russ Short, Grant Schwartz, Victor Carson, Hurl Beechum, Gary Schwab. Sophomores Gain Experience Close With 9-9 Record Led by high scorers Grant Schwartz, Hurl Beechum, Karl Butler. Bill Florence, and Bill Rollison, the sophomore basketball squad ended the season with a 9-9 record. Bob Flor- ence, sophomore, was advanced to the varsity team and earned a letter as a sometime starter. Late in the season Grant Schwartz and Bill Rollison joined Florence on the varsity squad. The sophomores were coached by Gsorge Nicodemus. Through the experience these sophomores gained from their first season of competition, they should provide strength for the varsity in future years. Swimming, Wrestling Provide Excitement f. ' ET ' im 1 Bill McDermott prepares to dive at the City Swimming Meet. Swimmers take their pxjsitiorib tor at North. race at the City Swimming Meet Bill McDermott in the midst of his dive. Swimming and wrestling, although not given the pub- licity that bosketboll is, have proven to be just os thrilling and exciting. The North wrestlers finished the season with o 2-7 record, while the swimmers fln- nished with an 8-6 mork. This was Harry Mortensen ' s last yeor as swimming cooch. North placed sixth in the district swimming meet and qualified nine swimmers for the state meet in Ames. The Polar Bears, who finished 4-4 in the city, elected Joel Mortensen and Gary Bergmon, as the team co-captains. Don Morris swims his fastest in attempt for a North victory. Don Mossman wrestles Jim Wellman from Roosevelt. Courtesy of Roosevelt Roundup. —145 — Swimmers Qualify Nine For State Row One — George Marchont, Jim Solkiewicz, Cecil Brewton, Gary Bergman, Don Morris, Joel Mortensen, Dale Hougham, Row Two — Bill McDermott Pot Lajko, Mike Morse, Bill Hunter, Chuck Brewton, Bill Rumme. Row Three — Coach Bob Lawson, Mike Rubino, Leroy Chotfield Scott McAdam ' Lorry Wheeler, Scott Faulkner, Ken Webb, Bob Lawson, Cooch Harry Mortensen. Row One — Tim McDonold, Rick Bowlsby, Mike Norlond, Leroy Chotfield, Mike Mor Webb, Bill Hunter, Horry Flipping, Coach Bob Lawson —146 — iiurgher, Don Short. Row Two — Bill McDermott, Ken Wrestlers Experience Rebuilding V- i- Row One — Coach Lutz Mike Noble, Kirby Sechovec, Dave Henry, Gordon Cox, Tom Baird, Jock Welch, Coach H i.h n. Row Two — Jock Gay, Mike Poore, Craig Forson, Don White, Sherwood Brown, Marty Smith. Row Three — Dave McGinnis, Steve Adams, Jeff Thompson, Randy Wonders, Bill Wong, Keith Neal, Don Massman, Mike Carter. The North wrestlers, hurt by last year ' s graduation, got off to a slow start but ended their season with victories over Hoover and Perry. This was Tom Lutz ' s second year as head coach. After competing in the sectional tournament, two North wrestlers, Mike Poore and Jack Welch, qualified for the district meet. Mike Poore, 95 pound junior, finished with the best record for the team, 18-4. He placed first in the Chariton and city tournament and second at the Southeast Polk invitational and sectional tournament. Tom Baird, 154 pound senior, and Dave Henry, 127 pound senior, were elected co-captains at the annual ban- quet. Fifteen wrestlers received letters this season. Wrestlers pcoctice holds on teammates Co-Captain —147— Sophomores, Varsity Seek City Titles TEAM: Row One— , ' •.■. ■i , , ,, , . , ,. • - ... „ ,, . , i, i I,.;,, ,v, jui. ' iuri, ,-. ' oke oiig Row Two — Cooch Williom Funte, Tom Boird, John Silk, Bill Rollison, Bob Ligoun, Denny Mineor, Jim Deeds, Don Steele Allen Peterson Dennis Lewis Manager Sam Genovese. As the Polar Bear goes to press the varsity baseball team, coached by William Funte, had a 2-4 overall record and a 1-3 city series record. With standouts Tom Baird, Phil Mozee, Vic Coleman, and Bob Ligouri the Polar Bears should finish with a winning season. The sophomore team, coached by John Warren, should make a strong bid for the city title, with support coming from John Silk, Bill Rollison, Earl Parsons, and Ken Webb. o a SOPHOMORE TEAM: Row One — Cooch John Warren, Greg Jenkins, Ken Webb, Bryon Key, Bill Rollison, Dennis Morris Alfred Thomas Bob Lawson, Dove Lowe. Row Two — Earl Parsons, Bob Lees, Bill Beswick, Jim Jackson, John Silk, Gront Schwortz Chuck Lone, Guy Powell, Jim Smith, Tim McDonold, Mike Burgher, Mr. Larry Biggs. —148— — 149— Golf, Tennis Off To Good Start Row One — Karen Stephens, Chris Brandser, Kris Stewart, Gwen Wotermon, Kothie Cram, Eva Grimes, Cheryl McConnell, Debbie Goetz. Row Two— Steve Brockett, Gene Miller, Rondy Ibson, Steve Cote, Doug Abbey, Mike Stitzell, Lon Spurgin, Vic McCul- lough, Cooch Harry Mortensen. John Brindley, in his first year as tennis coach, has strong girls and boys tennis teams. Mid-way throL gh the season John Swartz was undefeated in all matches. Led by Kathy Johnson, Martha Leo, and Pam Randall, the girls team will come through with many wins. This year ' s golf team, comprised of numerous lettermen have made a good showing in city competition. Harry Mortensen in his first year as golf coach, will lead such standouts as Kris Stewart, Chris Brandser, Steve Gate, and Mike Stitzell. Row One — Dorothy Phores, Sue Royal, Kathy Spicer, Kris Hokanson, Cheryl Storck, Pam Randall, Martho Leo, Kothy Johnson Jeon Deneson, Judy Rosenberg, Kothy Kness, Morcio Moore. Row Two — Coach John Brindley, John Swortz, Dole Houghom Gory Bergman, Mike McPherson, Jim Herselius, Rick Briggle, Scott Faulkner, Craig Hunter, Steve Anderson, Jim Christokos! —150— 1 S9i Jl . C-m Row One I . mott, Leroy Chotfield, Scott McAdom, Wally Jackson, Don Morris, Victor Howthorne, Chucl Clork John Duncon. Row Two— Cecil Brcwton, Dan Bobenhouse, Bruce Potter, Lorry Gnewikow, Wayne Lowe, Robert Webb-Bey C. B. Browri Ken Gordon Deon GMlaspey. Row Three— Todd Ririe, Steve Henry, Pcwl Scott, Jock Welch, Chuck Scott, Joe Jockson, Chuck Brewton Bill Florence, Sam Singleton, Jock Wallace, Jim Lyies. Row Foui Mr. Jomes Lyie, Mr. Ken Whitney, Jock Shepherd, Gordon Cox, Tony Morrow, Bob Florence, Kevon Brown, Dennis Vonderwerf, Horry FMppings, manager. Bobenhouse Captains Track Team Under the coachirvg of Mr. Ken Whitney, this year ' s track team should make a good showing at the various relays. At the Valley Relays the team finished sixth and set a record in the mile medley, with a 1:58.7 anchor by captain Dan Bobenhouse. Other support is expected from Tony Morrow, Chuck Clark, Ken Gordon, and hurdler Don Morris. for those people who hold a special place in the breezes of the north we do dedicate this section Joel Mortensen, Inter-City Student Council president, presents the Sportsmonship trophy to Kreg Kouffmon, North Student Council president. Essay Contest Winners Honored R;w One — Margorel Rieff, Peggy Spofes, Helaine Oster, Stevr Catc. Row Two — Gwen Woterman, Cherry Burkholder, Kothy Johnson, Jonis Leary, Dionne Johnson, Lolly Johnson. Writing is one way in which people communicate and these students have re- ceived recognition for quality in writing. The essay contest winners were chosen for essays they wrote concerning " The Importance of Thrift. " Kathy Johnson was the winner from North and was award- ed ten dollars and a free luncheon. Journalism students were recognized for superior achievement in some facet of journalism and academic standing by membership in the Quill and Scroll Society. Quill and Scroll Inducts New Members Row One — Tommy Bowlby, Sheri Griffin, Dee Lynch, Leslie Sneddon, Sue Goudineer, Mary G nda Collins, Sheryll Swonson, Helaine Oster. Row Two — Vicki Kollansrud, Potty Borsetti, Julie Hughes, Peggy Davis, Kothy Johnson, Penny Schwoo, Jill Brodeen, Nancy Ritchie. Row Thre« — Steve Bump, Jim Ellenberger, Bob Henn:ngs, Sam Genovese, Rick Briggle, Rick Davenport, Croig Bancroft. Not Pictured — Pom Bethel, Connie Dona- hue, Joel Mortensen, Lynn Parrish, Dorothy Phores, Gwen Waterman. —154— Seniors Achieve AcademiV Fvrellence .fis. it SENIOR CLASS TOP 15%; Row One — Helaine Oster, Evo Grimes, Chorles Tomlinson, Steve Gate, Jams Leary, Judy Rosenberg, Dionj Li Two — Dione Hall, Connie Martm, Lolly Johnson, Brenda Molsberry, Roelene Ohm, Sharon Beottie, Myrna Hoys, Dorothy Phores, Lee Ann Row Three — Cothy Darlington, Peggy Dovis, Sue Stewart, Julie Hughes, M?rri Wotson, Penny Schwab, Linda Stonfield, Lynn Grothe, Pot Row Four — Bob Hennings, David Neol, Jeff Marck, Steve Bump, Clyde B own, Gary Herry, John Swartz. nn. Row Wallace. Luedke. Row One— Don Ellis, Kothy Comito, Peggy Spates, Roisso Sorontschin, Ann Welsh, Pot Gibson, Margaret Rieff Row Two— Sam sen, Kothy Worster, Mary Ashton, Kari Dix, Lindo Standing, Amy Richardson, John Harmon Row Three— Lmdo Slater Connie Dooah Collins, Thomas Braunschweig, Scott Faulkner, Bob Hall, Kreg Kouffman. Row Four— T.m Rutz, Don Steele, Bob Ligouri, Ron Roymon, Jrm Rossow, Louis Van Hoosear. Not pictured — Cathy Bennett, Lindo Crowell, Tom Spognoio, Kris Stewart. Especially honored for their academic achievements are the seniors who rank in the upper 159r of their class according to their accumulated high school grade average. This year, Louis Van Hoosear leads the senior class with a .43 grade average. We recognize these students at this time for their scholastic abilities and achievements. In the future, opportunities for advancement and leadership will open to them with this key of knowledge. LEE ANNE WALLACE National Merit Finalist mi PEGGY SPATES National Actiievement Finalist —155— Musicians, Vocalists Perform In All-State Each year North sends a few talented musicians to play in ths All-State Band, Orchestra, or Chorus. This year North was fortunate enough to send seven students, which was four more than last year. They were chosen as a result of auditions held last fall. ALL-STATE MUSIC FESTIVAL: Row One — Craig Clark, Margoret Rieff, Debbie Roush, Kathy Worster. Row Two — Marilyn Hill, Mike McPherson, Sam Leong. Juniors Tour World Peace Body With the war in Vietnam and the Arab-Israeli dispute the importance of the U.N. is gaining momen- tum. And because of this gain of importance this years United Nations Trip was of special interest to all those who made the trip. The tour was sponsored by the Des Moines U.N. Association and only juniors were eligible. Students, who were chosen, were judged on references, an essay on why they wanted to go, and academic achievement Mh ' n.?.? ' ; r ' ' ' n1 ' f ' S ' ' u ' oyberry Deriise King Lourie Jensen, Helen Mischkiet, Vickie Spriggs, DeeAnn Veenschoten. Row Two— Tim »i c % J ' n K ' tT ' l ' ' w ' ' ? Starkovich, Ann Kinnamon, Keren Van Dorn, Vonderlyre Wotkins. Row Three— Gordon Cox, Frank C r lU r r J ' ru f °r ' ' V ' L Reynolds. Row Foui— Jack Reynolds, Bruce Potter, Bob Nedderman, Ron Kellogg, S Dengle, Carol Jessen, Cheryl McConnell. Not Pictured— Marcia Davis, Jim Fogarty, Judy Mossholder, Penny Spriggs Sheryl Meisheid ross- Steve —156 — Lise Becomes DenirarWs Good Will Any - y or To North Lise spends quite a bit of time in the library studying. Foreign students on the whole are friendly, intelligent, and good looking. And this year ' s student, Lise Nielsen from Denmark, is no exception. When Lise was not studying, participating in senior activities, she was marching with Kadets. it might be said that she was the most unforeign foreign student North has had. Peggy Seeks Asylum In Sweden For Summer As Exchange Student Peggy Davis, North High sen- ior, spent last summer in Sweden under the Youth for Understand- ing Program. She left from the Des Moines airport on June 19 and returned August 20. The family Peggy lived with consisted of a mother, father, two sisters, and a brother. They lived in Breda ryd, a small town in the southern part of Sweden and traveled in that area. Peggy also visited Stockholm; Copen- hagen, Denmark; and Scotland. Peggy learned to understand their ways and customs as she developed a taste for fried eel, took bicycle trips of sixteen miles, and wore wooden shoes. Some of Peggy ' s journoiism friends see her off at the airport as she leaves for Sweden. — 157— CA and Speech, Drama Winners At this year ' s State Leadership Council for Distributive Education students three North pupils re- ceived first, second, and third places in state competition. Pat Siepmann was third in the creative display department, Bill Clyde was second in the sales demonstration, and Cathy Clark was first in telephone sales. As a result of Cathy ' s performance she and her instructor, Mr. Rich- ard Berry, will travel to Houston for the national competition. Row One — Pot Siepmann, Cathy Clark. Row Two— Bill Clyde, Mr. Richard Berry. North was host thib year for the Iowa State Speech Contest wtiich was held March 22-23. In the typical home team fashion North students received 13 one ratings. Students who received ones were. Bob Hall, original oratory; Louis Van Hoosear, oratorical declamation; Joyce Hata, dramatic declamation; Faith Fullwood, radio announcing; Nancy Ritchie, humorous declamation ; and Mari Stratham, Eric Youngberg, Scott Faulkner, Kathy Worster, Jeanne Groom, John Tinker, Mary Tinker in play reading, " The Impor- tance of Being Earnest. " —158— Individ lal Recognition These students are honored for individual achievement. Each has a skill wh:- jsed, perf nd was recognized for. Although maybe not scoring the winning touchdown or t ' vinning ba ;se people bring " glory " to North in another way. Jeff Marck is recognized for special ability in mothemctics. He achieved the high score, at North, in a mothe- r.iatics test sponsored by the Mathe- matical Association of Omenco and the Society of Actuaries. The test was desgined to challenge the mind of even the best students. Jone Ashdown, , , and Jim Hutchins, senior, ore recognized for their hard work in the ticket soles for Pancake Doy. Jane was first by selling $129 and Jim was second by selling $128. These two people olong with other North High supporters sold a record $2,841. Bill Rollison, sophomore, was elect- ed treasurer of the Central District Student Council, comprising 45 schools in a five county area. Bill and the other officers ore making plans for the state student council convention next October and the 1 969 district convention. Kathie Cram, senior member of Younkers Teen Board, was selected to represent Des Moines in the Miss Ingenue contest, a nation-wide teen organization. Throughout the year she was assigned special proiects and was required to take surveys on new styles of clothing. —159— Chuck Wallace, sophomore, par- ticipated with 140 other drummers from all over Iowa in the Iowa Ac- cordion Teachers Association contest and won the top prize in two divi- sions. Chuck is the drummer in the Princemen combo. as a basis for our book companies represented herein were able to keep the north winds blowing View of businesses in downtown Des Moines. —161— 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. SHARON ANNE BEATTIE CONNIE MAUREEN EVA JEANNE GRIMES ROBERT WILLIAM HALL DONAHUE LEWIS LEVERN MARY HELEN WATSON ANN MARIE WELSH KATHY SUE WORSTER VAN HOOSEAR —162— an l- teAAe6 an d perAonnei ART SERVICE COPY SERVICE IT MEANS LAYOUT SERVICE PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE All of these PLUS The Latest Equipment and Skilled Craftsmen ore yours at GARNER PUBLISHING COMPANY 1636 Locust Phone 282-8146 Estimates Gladly Given — Call 282-8146 for Our Representative Sold bjr Pam Bethel and Lynn Parrish — 163— 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 i Sold by Marsha Filby f DELS BARBER SHOP 409 W. Euclid I I " All The Modern Styles " Hours 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Sold by Ric Wills I I 1 i STONE ' S LAMBERT DAIRY SHOP Jack Gennie Stone 503 East Euclid i Sold by Jeri Luedke 1 I Open Monday, Thursday, and Friday Nights I BRUCE and CARLSON FURNITURE AND CARPETS 3612 2nd Avenue Sold by Hie Wills i KEN FOX STANDARD SERVICE I 1 6fh Seneca 243-9945 I Sold by Glenn Wells 1 n_— _„|. BELL BROS. Heating Air Conditioning Carrier Coleman 2822 -6th Ave. FREE ESTIMATES 244-8911 I Lacking height. North ' s bosketball teom mode up the difference in obility and desire. Sold by Pam Bethel and Lynn Parrish ' ,,_„._„_.._™ +- I GOOD LUCK SENIORS Highland Park State Bank Member F.D.I. C. I Main Bank I 3rd Euclid i. Drive-ln Bank 2nd Euclid Sold by Sheri Griffin { h — 1 64 — I WHITIE SOUTH S BARBER SHOP 4207 6th Are. Sold by Rubs Hall 1 KLEIN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 6th and Euch ' d Customer Parking Free in Rear 1 Sold by Nancy Ritchie + • m . . . . . , I Holiday Inn j North — 3501 E. 14th 265-2541 i South — 2101 Fleur Drive 283-1711 ! Sold by Mary Gr eaves + -__._»_™_._— _™_._._._._-_____»_„_ COMPLIMENTS Hamilton ' s Funeral Homes 520 East Ninth This is the first yeor for a junior varsity ropejumping squad at North. Members of the squad ore: Row One — Mary Koy Alexander, Goil Bowmon, Terry Huffman. Row Two — Carole Boo, Tina Chognon, captain; Sherry Jensen. 6337 Hickman Road f Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel I HI LAND PASTRY 3615 Sixth Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Martinson { Sold by Judy McCann i " CLASS OF 1968 " NILES JONES CANDY— STAPLE SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES— PAPER PRODUCTS 118 South East 4th Street Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Helsine Oster shows its support for its fellow Des Moines high school during tne Boys State Basketball Tournament. I ! BOB AND BILL ' S BARBER SHOP I • I 3602 Second Avenue Sold by St«ve Bump .— — . . . „ ..— FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS HURST Performance Products CITY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO, Distributors: AUTOMOTIVE PARTS — ACCESSORIES CHEMICALS 1537 Second Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Phone 288-5729 | I Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel J ifn ■ M ■ ■ w III -T r int TTTT T -1 - — — f- I I I Poiito ' s Body and Fender Paint Shop | ' I 4235 Second Ave. ; Sold by Glenn WelU 1 — — - — - — - — - — - — ■ I ACME CLEANERS 523 EUCLID PHONE 243-8621 Sold by Gary Schwftb BLUE WILLOW RESTAURANT 2502 Forest Avenue Des Moines R. R. Thornton, Mgr. Sold by Marsluk Filby 1 f I I I I f I KORDICK PLUMBING AND HEATING 4230 - 2nd Avenue Phone 288-8531 Sold by Glenn Wells 1 I I • I .4. •t I Stan Moore Motors Inc. For a Good Car 4285 - 2nd Avenue Sold by Glenn Wells I I 4... -166— CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS OSTER ' S GROCERY The Best Custom Cut Meat 805 Seneca 243-3715 Sold by Helaine Oster Make Yours a Swinging Future Save at the Big " The Bank That Cares " CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY LOCUST AT SIXTH AVENUE, DES MOINES, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Bobby Richordson ' s reoction to Des Moines. j Insurance Coverage of All Kinds ! CRAM INSURANCE AGENCY I 414 East Grand Ave. Des Moines, Iowa ! Phone 283-1551 I Sold by Patty Barsetti +— — — — + i , •+ Congratulations Graduates ' AND LIGHT COMPANY DEPENDABLE SERVICE 24 Hours a Day —167— Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel ' 7 EATION of Fine Portraits 1 1- 288-6300 Sold by Dee Lynch + 1 HILAND GARAGE USED CARS AND TRUCKS Motor Tune Up — Brake Service General Repair — Front End Service 3705 -6th Ave. Ph. 243-3717 Siild by Glenn Wells Shown Reynolds displays her flowered cost offer receiving o broken ankle while tobogganing. i YOUNKERS FLOWER SHOP 244-9271 I 7th Walnut j Sold by Ric Wills ! i STANTON ' S RESTAURANT I KEITH GLADYS STANTON j Phone 243-9033 1719 - 6th Ave. I Sold by Glenn Wells r» " " » m, in. 1,1. in. m „„ „, „., ,.„ a i •t Bradley Printing Company • Job Printing • Graduation Name Cards • Wedding Announcements COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE 3811 -6th 282-8359 Sold by Helaine Ost«r Bob Brown Chevrolet Iowa ' s Largest and Finest 4224 Merle Hay Road Service Dept. is Open Till 1 A.M. Weekdays 276-2501 276-9238 Sold by Marsha Filby Montgomery Ward The Full Line Department Store I I 5th Locust I I Phone 282-8331 Sold by Jim Ellenbersrer -168— I I I I i I I I I I I ■ I I I I I I +.- I Bankers Trust Company | 6th and Locust New Office: 3905 Merle Moy Road, Des Moines Moin Office: Sixth and Locust, Des Moines Ofher Offices: 6617 University, Windsor Heights, ond Grimes Member: Federol Reserve System and F.D.I.C. Sold by Glenn Wells I KUCH 613 Locust- • " For The And Yr-in n ' t I I •4- i I Bob Minks Standard Service 1 I 1 ! I I +- Complete Automotive Care 2nd and Broadway 288-9177 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Bob Sohatz i I I ■ I i I +- +- i CAR RIAGE HOUSE 7700 Hickman Road Ethan Allen American Traditional Furniture Sold by Marilyn Gerecz I CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 68 Larry M. Anderson Insurance " Your State Farm Insurance Representative " 1028 Grand Avenue Phone 243-3116 Sold by Dee Lynch ! Wl th " Quality You Can Taste " iUlnn!!!!!!!!! -nnDERSon ericksoh dairy co. 2229 Hubbeil Des Moines -169— Phone Collect 265-2521 Sold by Katby Quick LOIS ' S BEAUTY SALON 4207- B Sixth Avenue Open Thurs. and Fri. Evenings by Appointments Sold by Glenn Wells i oughtta see the tnis six legged beast is terrible, you 1 • •- JESSEN ' S Convenience Market 2220 East 14th Sold by Marilyn Gereex . For all Your Real Estate Needs Herman Miller Realty Co. 4006 Sixth Avenue Call 288-9761 Member of Multiple Listing Service COMPLIMENTS OF FIRESTONE STORES +, , , — , , „, Sold by Glenn Wells i _„„_-_,._„_„„_._.4. I ■ j Phiico Appliance | i Tires Service 510 E. Locust 131 E. Euclid 1 I lOfh Walnuf I Sold by Tom Baird f » .„_„ .4, 4. Des Moines Stationery Complefe School Office Outfitters THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS: University Store 2429 University 277-1987 Downtown Des Moines 507 - 1 1 Locust 288-4801 I Newton Office Supply 102- 1st Ave. North Newton, Iowa —170 — Sold by Helaine Oster CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL HANDY . . . Way to Get About YELLOW CABS Phone 243-1111 Sold by Gary Schwab + Des Moines Music House Established 1916 GEORGE WILKINSON, Proprietor EVERYTHING MUSICAL Drums, Band Instruments, Guitars, Ukes, Banjos 1 I I 814 Walnut I . . 244-4161 Sold by Mariiyii Cerecz I cHECKme ACCOUNTS Fastf Courteous, Confidential SERVICE Saturday Banking ilOWA iSTATE IBANK ■ MEMBER F.D.i.C. E 7t»i LOCUST + ™ Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel I Reese Grocery " The Best Ground Beef in Town " Euclid Bowdoin 282-8296 Sold by Patty Barsetti Happy with the greot success of Pancake Day are Cooch Powell, Linda Collins, and Rick Day. The ticket sales this year reached a record of $2,841. I KERRY ' S i Sandwich Shop and Drive In 2822 E. 9th Street SdUI by Connie Donahue and Jill Urtnleen I I 266-9110 I - I Canada Dry - Dr. Pepper Hires Bottling Co. 2815 4th St., Des Moines Sold by Leslie Snedden —171— low 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 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 ;A .Miiai i«Mw..,«Mii ra£if At irtiaif- ' nirn ' - iA tiiA 0 ifNiP This is the before picture of the ' flowered N ' colored insert in the front of this yearbook. Members of the stoff ond custodians help prepore the flowers. „i_____._„„_«_„_., » „„_„„_,„_,,, „„___,._.._._,4. .|„|_._„_„._„,_,„_.._._.__._._.__.— m.—..— OAK PARK PHARMACY 3720 -6th Ave. 288-2304 Sold by Mark Slack VOGUE OPTICIANS INC. 315 Bankers Trust BIdg. 3706 ' z Ingersoll Contact Lenses + , 282-0810 279-8018 Sold by Kay Bumpilori OVER 200 IOWA BY-LO FOOD STORES SALUTE THE GRADUATING NORTH HIGH SENIORS i Wholesale Grocery Company 1800 S. W. 2nd Des Moines, Iowa ' Home of your friendly By-Lo Food Stores " Sold by Mary Greaves ——4. -173- i ! it 1 MACMILLAN OIL CO. 4306 - 2nd Ave. 283-0632 Gosoline — Fuel Oil — Propane i Sold by Glenn Wells + For Your Best Treats DAIRY QUEEN STORE 1st and Euclid Sold by Judy McCann Gwen Waterman 1 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 68 1 HIGHLAND PARK SHOPPER String Along ' with Morcio Moore ond John Swortz at kite day. + „ . , +■■ Sold by Kiy Bumpilori 1 „._,._._._. • irS IOWA ' S FAVORITE because it ' s Iowa Farm Fresh Pick the carton with the Elsie-Daisy . . . BORDENS DAIRY PRODUCTS Sold by Sue Gaudineer .{.. — „„ . „ , — ,„ — ,„ , — „„_„,_„„___„._.,_„_, , Compliments of the Steele HpuM e tautant Hwy. 69 Ankeny, Iowa Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel CONSIDER... ...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. Equitable Life of Iowa FOUNDED 1867 • DES MOINES Sold by Jim EllenberEer —174— CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS HILAND PARK HARDWARE j 3613 Sixth Ave. 244-0443 I Sold by Helaine Oster I 1 I I 4- 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 Sold by Gwen Waterman — Capital City Electric Co. Electrical Contractors Phone 288-5783 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Mari Rae the Chippiest chips around IOWA ' S LARGEST HOME-OWNED POTATO CHIP COMPANY Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel i COMPLIMENTS OF i Arnold ' s Hiyiiicana Park Funeral Home J. p. ARNOLD, Prop. 3500 Sixth Avenue Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel Of course, I ' ll go to Prom with you! TERRACE ROLLER RINK Public Skating and Private Parties Call for Schedule 24th and Hickman Phone 279-6395 Sold by Nancy Ritchie —175— 822 Walnuf Street 244-4956 Mrs. Ruth Eason views with disdoin the antique set of golf clubs she won in a raffle conducted by Mr. Miller and Mr. Ridgewoy. 4.._»_„_„,_„„ , , — „_„, — , , „ — , . — , CARPENTER UNIFORM COMPANY Designed for Sportsweor, Business and Professional Men C3mplcte Lettering Service I 1404 - 6th Ave. + , .„ „,_, Phone 283-1985 Sold by Sherii Watkins ... .+ Now It ' s PEPSI For those who think Young Sold by Linda Beeman I 1 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 68 ARNOLDS Park Fair Bob Cooper, Dennis Bell, and Craig Nordaker in " Thieves Carnival. " } COMPLIMENTS OF { REED ' S ICE CREAM I 2016 Forest Ave. SoM by Mari Ridjfway + n . H. Lund Phone 288-1307 Some people have all the fun Come to Honda Town 1603 Euclid Phone 243-3922 —177— ' I " iM —— ™ ■- ... „,]- |„ mi 1 1 M III mi II Witi I I ■ lAL FINANCE COMPANY j ■ Sold by Gloria Barker { - " — -- — FAABORG PHARMACY 2222 East 14th St. +. . + i I Phone 266-5159 j Sold by Kathy Quick 1 ! I - I NITA ' S BEAUTY SHOP 1327 6th Avenue 288-7526 i I Sold by Marsha Filby CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1968 REICHARDT ' S j Roosevelt Center and Downtown Des Moines I —I ,._„„ „„ COMPLIMENTS OF ' Frisk and Moon | CATERING ! Sold by Jean Sperry and Barb Wohlwend I — — - — — — " — — — — — — " J. Home Federal SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SIXTH AND GRAND, DES MOINES Sold by Glenn WelU f I Sold by Pam Bethel and Lynn Parrish J ,„ ,. +— — Printers of The NORTH HIGH ORACLE SARCONE PUBLISHING COMPANY 1139 - 24th Street DES MOINES, IOWA 50311 Sold by Pam Bethel — 178- Something ' s fishy at the Dolphin show. Officers Diono Leveke, Kris Stewart, Camille McLeod, Martha Leo, ond Patty Burseii New Year. :.tr ;_ri,nese I ■ I i I I I I i 4... Congratulations to the Class of ' 68 LANGAN PAPER CO. DES MOINES, IOWA Since 1876 Sold by Patty Barsetti i BEDDING PLANTS POTTED ROSES VEGETABLE PLANTS Come To Goode Greenhouses FOR YOUR PLANTS Sold by Nancy Ritchie As a young adult you need a good banking connection. The best place for you to establish your checking and savings account is at the Valley. VALLEY BANK and TRUST COMPANY WALNUT at FOURTH SEVENTEENTH from GRAND to LOCUST Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel -179— CO v ,,_,„ — i OF NORTH HIGH Sold by Marilyn Gerecz Van Ginkel Afhletic Mfg. Co. Gerry Van Ginkel 2208 Ingersoll Letter Sweaters and Jackets Sold by Tom Baird I I .. N. ,, „. „. UN . _ m .1 m m m . i HI-HO GRILL 417 Euclid Arenue | Delicious Food | Open Sunday Thru Friday j 6:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. 1 I Sold by Sheryll Swanson I ,_„_„_«_,._._„._„._„„_._„„_„_„„_„_„„_. lafts class at work on a project. WELCOME STUDENTS KOFFEE CUP AMERICAN - ITALIAN FOODS 518 EUCLID Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam B«thel .4. i ■ I 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. 4. — Sold by Tom Baird —180— I ' ve a future I must build There are plans that I must fir iw. Then let this timid hand of mine Be guided, line for line. With that steady, certain trueness Of the Hand that planned This universe. There are materials I must choose. Then let this casual mind of mine Choose with the wisdom of the Mind That fixed the substances Of things like grass and trees And mountain peaks. There are decisions I must make. Then let me make them with that sureness That divided land and sea, And day and niehf. Hirfls that fly And t ea6i5 mat roam the hel d. There ' s a determination I must have. Then let me bind myself unto such thinsrS As principles, and tnul;, . lui iight With that same permanence That holds in their celestial places The sun, and stars. And all the heavens ' gems. I ' ve a future 1 must build. So, let me build it with such care, such tools, such wisdom. And with such a rugged firmness. That all the fiercest thrusts Of host or elements Cannot destroy it. Aye, I ' ve a future I must build . . . Let me rise, then, to the task! — Bernard J. Patrick JOHN DEERE John Deere Des Moines Works, Des Moines , Iowa V, ' , Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel —181— When 1 Think of Books Think of I University Book Store Stationery • Greeting Cards • Fountain Pens Complete Stock of School Supplies 1213 Twenty-fifth St. Phone 274-3401 Sold by Marilyn Gerecz j MAXHEIM PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO i Phone 255-1533 544 - 36th Street DES MOINES, IOWA I I 1 i Sold by Pam Bethel and Ljmn Parrish ! BURGER-CHEF DRIVE IN 3625 East 14th Street 265-4019 i Sold by Marilyn Gerecz I Russ Walker Paint Store DUTCH BOY DEALER 1 415 Euclid Phone 288-6473 Des Moines, Iowa — — — Sold by Pam Bethel and Lynn Parrish „ „ ._„_ State 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 wUl be careful. Someone was killed at this very spot! " Complete Insurance Protection Coverage For Your Home, Business and Automobile Sold by Glenn Wells KUT KURL BEAUTY SALON 1 Complete Beauty Service j 828 Harding Road | 282-7232 Sold by Lynn Parri; and Pam Bethel 1 f Compliments of EAST DES MOINES NATIONAL BANK Sold by Jim Herselius Best Wishes Ramsey Studio Parkfair Arcade 100 E. Euclid 4 — — — Phone 282-8965 Sold by Dee Lynch CONGRATULATIONS " 68 " GRADS MABEL DAHLSTROM BORG ROY W. S. DAHLSTROM DAHLSTROM FUNERAL HOME Sold by Lynn Parrish and Pam Bethel r k r I. GOOD LUCK fro Graduates, Russ Reel o 1013 S.E. 14th I 4. — ,„_„_._.. — ,„_-_„. .rth Hig)- 288-2211 1 J by Ka;- Buaipilori 1 ! f i I i I I I ! 1 I PLAZA LANES 2701 Douglas Phone 255-nn Sold by ;ary Schwab GINO ' S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE (Formerly the Chickadee) FEATURING ITALIAN DISHES, AGED STEAKS, CHICKEN AND SEA FOODS Party Room Available Phone 282-4029 2809 - 6th Ave. Sold by Judy McCann CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS CLASS OF 1968 Compliments of Smitty ' s Donut Shop 19th Keo Sold by Marsha Filby IHII This is the thanks the Polar Bear Photographers get from the staff and Mr. Bornett for their hard work end devotion. -183— i I + — — + KNOX CAFE OPEN 24 HOURS Steak and Eggs Around the Clock SmIH hy Judy McCann and (Jwen Waterman - I I CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS I SAMPSON DRUG STORE IA Prescription Pharmacy 1541 -6th Ave. Sold by Connie Donahue and Jill Brodeen I I I ■ 1 1 1 For The Best Buy — Give Glenn ' s A Try GLENN ' S MOTOR CO. Soles - New and Used Cars - Service Plymouth - Chrysler - Valiant 1925 Ingersoll Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Corner of Hording and Ingersoll New Cars: 288-3667 SoJd by Glenn Wells I 4 ! I I I Midwestern Paper Co. (The House of Service) j 1801 Hull ■ I I I 265-1631 Sold by Pam Bethel and Lynn Parrish GRAND VIEW COLLEGE • 2 YEARS LIBERAL ARTS • NEW 3 YEAR PROGRAM • PREPROFESSIONAL • PERSONALIZED ATTENTION • FULLY ACCREDITED For Information, Please Write Office of Admissions. GRAND VIEW LIBRARY — one of 3 new buildings to be completed by fall 1968. GRAND VIEW COLLEGE DES MOINES, IOWA 50316 A COLLEGE OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA —184— Congratulations to the Class of ' 68 HELEN PAT ' S Famous for their many Italian Dishes 209 Euclid Phone 243-9631 + — — Sold by Judy McCann and Gwen Waterman Both you and your family will treasure the portraits that you have taken during your senior year. It is up to you to choose a studio that will offer work of best quality at rea- sonable prices. At this time of the year THE JOHN ROB- ERTS STUDIO offers the graduating seniors a special sav- ings of up to 40% on their graduation work. We invite you to call or come in, to visit with us about your graduation pictures. yhe John c etU tuMc PHONE 255-2616 1818 Beaver Corner of Beaver Franklin Ave. " Satisfaction is our Salesman " —185 Congratulations THE POPCORN BIN P»rk Fair Shopping Center Phone 288-6681 I I I I I I I I 1 + I I It is Sold by Lynn, ParrLsh COh " ' .RATULATIONS SENIORS, FROM LINN ' S SUPER VALU 3805 Sixth Avenue Sold by Bob Schatz rc d lowers Call Doherty ' s Flowers for Every Occasion Corsages • Plants • Bouquets " Arranged as you like them " 1540 2nd Ave. — — + I 288-6557 j i Sold by Kay BumpUori 1 + I Neilson Candy Bar I I I Imported from Canada Gordon ' s Wholesale Inc. Sold by Pain Bethel and Lynn Parriah ; „_,„, . m—m—«i, G R Bookkeeping 1412 Sixth Avenue Phone 243-7695 DES MOINES " Good Accounting doesn ' t cost .... IT PAYS " Sold by Helaine Oster 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. UNIVERSITY Sold by Linda Collins —186— POLAR BEAR BOOSTER CLUB . . . . organized December 15, 1955 .... composed of parents, faculty, alumni, and friends of North High PURPOSE: .... to foster the development of a greater North High School, .... to encourage, support, promote and expand the activ- ities of the student body, faculty, alumni, and friends of North High, and .... to develop and enlarge a spirit of friendship and frater- nity among the members. ACTING to fulfill its purpose, the Polar Bear Booster Club .... provides for out-of-town trips for the North High Marching Band, .... purchased an oxygen unit for use of all students, .... sponsors scholastic and sports recognition banquets, .... brought outstanding personalities. Bob Richards and Bobby Richard- son, to North .... provides after-game refreshments for members, parents and friends of North Keep the faith of those who will follow you at North; JOIN! RETAIN YOUR MEMBERSHIP! POLAR BEAR BOOSTER CLUB +- 1 I 1 I i I s I i OUR BEST WISHES TO THE POLAR BEARS IOWA REALTY 3521 Beaver Call 277-6211 Sold by Gloria Barker CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 68 HINKY DINKY 2710 Ingersoli Sold by Gloria Barker Mr. Ridgeway takes honors group of the " BIG T " on a field trip to Drake University. Showing the group around the campus is former North teacher, Mr. Spicer, at far left. 3 LOCATIONS Downtown 7th Grand Ave. Ingersoli 38th Ingersoli Ave. Beaverdale 3422 Beaver Ave. Best Bloaming Flowers in Tawn! Sold by Sherri Watklns Congratulations Seniors 3614 -6fh Ave. Quality Phone 243-2250 Wedding Portrait Sold by Nancy Ritchie —188— DR. MARY L. THOMPSON, D.D.S. Altoona, Iowa Siild by Shcrri Watkins HII ml— HU — UU— W — M— SCHWARZ DRUG COMPANY I 1301 Forest I 4. , Phone 243-3269 Sold by Sherri Watkins I i Hurst • American Mags • M H Tires • Headers I { COUCH RACING PARTS j Mallory • Holley • Magnetos • Edelbrock I I BILL COUCH, VIRGINIA COUCH, BOB LUCAS 1516 2nd Ave. ! 282-3769 Sold by W. C. Boyd T Peggy Spates and Mori Roe in " Thieves Carnival. " Beving and Swanson ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS 707 East Locust Street Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Sold by Sherri Watkins i I UNITED FEDERAL SAVINGS DBS MOINES Locust at Fourth (Downtown) Merle Hay Shopping Center —189- Row One — L n Spun: teve Collins, Tim Faller. Row Two — Craig Bancroft, Stan Savoge, Don Steele, Jeff Gillom, Mil e Stitzell. I I I I I ■ I ■ 1 PARK POCKET BILLIARD CENTER 3612 Sixth Avenue Des Moines, Iowa Highland Park Family Billiard Center I Sold by Glenn Wells ! ,„ ,_,„_„„_,,_„_.+ FILBY PHOTO SERVICE | i 3105 Douglas Avenue 274-3479 } ! 7518 Hickman Rd. 276-7168 ! i . Sold by Marsha Filby FIRST FEDERAL STATE BANK Twenty-fourth University Ave. | Clive Office 8590 Hickman Rood I Sold by Sheri Watkins ! n— Ni un— HI) iiii iiu LIU— nu — iiii — ni — M — M — nn — n — HH — na — nn — w — 4..— Iowa SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION J«3 Sr»Th AVtNUl DtS MOlNIt I) lOWA Sold by Dee Lynch " " " f things go better,! .With Coke BOTTLED BY DES MOINES COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Sold by Pam Bethel and Lynn Parrlsh —190— I -4. LES CALVERT REALTY 5005 Douglas Avenue 1 276-4501 276-3588 t i)ia by Gloria Barker ♦- I HENRY ' S BURGER i I 2806 6th Avenue ] Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Sherri Watklns • 1 Congratulations North Students! I Farmers Elevator Mutual Insurance Company I Fleur Bell, Des Moines, Iowa 50315 i Quality Cleaners and Furriers 413 Euclid FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY 5 Convenient Locations Suede and Leather Cleaning Specialists Sold by Glenn Wells CITIZENSHIP Democracy : A government of the masses. Authority derived through mass meeting or any other form of " direct " expression. Results in mobocracy. Attitude toward property is communistic — negating property rights. Attitude toward law is that the will of the majority shall regulate, whether it be based upon deliberation or governed by passion, prejudice, and impulse, without restrait or regard to consequences. Results in demagogism, license, agitation, discontent, anarchy. Republic: Authority is derived through the election by the peo- ple of public officials best fitted to represent them. Attitude toward property is respect for laws and individual rights, and a sensible economic procedure. Attitude toward law is the administration of justice in accord with fixed principles and established evidence, with a strict regard to consequences. A greater number of citizens and extent of territory may be brought within its compass. Avoids the dangerous extreme of either tyranny or mobocracy. Results in statesmanship, liberty, reason, justice, contentment, and progress. Is the " standard form " of government throughout the world. A republic is a form of government under a constitu- tion which provides for the election of (1) an executive and (2) a legislative body, who working together in a representative capacity, have all the power of appoint- ment, all power of legislation, all power to raise reve- nue and appropriate expenditures, and are required to create (3) a judiciary to pass upon the justice and legality of their governmental acts and to recognize (4) certain inherent individual rights. Take away any one or more of those four elements and you are " drifting into autocracy. Add one or more to those four elements and you are drifting into de- mocracy. Superior to ail others. — Autocracy declares the divine right of kings; its authority can not be questioned; its powers are arbitrarily or unjustly administered. Democracy is the " direct " rule of the people and has been repeatedly tried without success. Our Constitutional fathers, familiar with the strength and weakness of both autocracy and democracy, with fixed principles definitely in mind, defined a repre- sentative republican form of government. They " made a very marked distinction between a republic and a democracy . . . and said repeatedly and emphatically that they " had founded a republic. " Courtesy of 1629 Harding Road Eisentraut ' s Drugs Ph. 288-4877 Sold by Sherri Watkins —191— M— IN— H M YEAH, THAT ' S STEVE t— FOR YA! NEVER ON HIS TOES. ■ i i JIM ' S BARBER SHOP j 1407 W. 29th Street Sold by W. C. • Boyd 1 " » — " — » -t FOR GRADUATION PORTRAITS . . . ... IN THE MODERN TREND LAWSONS Highlan d Park PHOTOGRAPHERS 605 Douglas 243-0661 Sold by Karen Stephens THREE NORTHWEST LOCATIONS • Beaverdale • Urbandale • Johnston BANK BRENTON NORTHWEST DES MOINES NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Cteposit Insurance Corporotion Sold by Glenn Wells COOK GROTE BARBER SHOP I 1445 29th Street Sold by Mary Greaves . . Phone 288-6704 MAX HARRIMAN - HAIR STYLIST I OF PARK FAIR I TOO E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa ._._._.._„_. . Sold by Karen Stephens I Sanitary Farm Dairies 5299 N.E. 15th I Phone 265-1408 I ! Sold by Ric WUIs j I .— ™_4 i f ,onnie A Saion d eaut RONNIE ROOK — Stylist and Owner Smart Hairsfyling — 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 Ronnie ' s Lady Ann 2903 -6th Ave. I —192— Sold by Glenn Wells .„_-_._„_._._. Girls sophomore and junior varsity tennis team. THOMAS ELECTRIC COMPANY 816 Locust Street Ph. 283-0165 Sold by Gwen Cogley 4..—.. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1968 Hy-Vee Food Stores 100% Employee Owned " A friendly smile in every aisle " Hy-Vee Food Store 1 2310 West Euclid Hy-Vee Food Store 2 2537 East Euclid Hy-Vee Food Store ip3 S.E. 14th and Park Ave. Sold by Jean Sperry ! HANES MOTOR CO. ! General Repairing — All Makes I Wlllard " Bill " Hanes 3703 - 6th Ave ! Phone 243-2038 I + „, Sold by Glenn Wells | Iowa Bowling and Billiard Supply Inc. DICK WILLIS, Owner I I 1701 2nd Avenue Phone 288-9737 f Sold by Marsha FUby TEATER ' S AUTO SUPPLY Auto Parts and Accessories 1 3707 Sixth Ave. I ■ I 1 I I I +— - Ph. 288-2601 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Ric Wills -193 The junior varsity golf teom will gain a great deal of experience with Mr. Horry Mortensen as coach. i CONGRATULATIONS CAMP HEATING COMPANY PUTS TOP ON TOPLESS CHIMNEYS 265-0602 Sold by Patty Barsetti CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 68 Brownie ' s Parking Lot CONVENIENT DOWNTOWN LOCATIONS ■ Member of Notional Parking Association 1 Courtesy — Reliability ■ Shop Downtown Des Moines j Main Office - 417 9th Street j 282-8490 I Sold by Sue Gaudineer | . , — FOR GOOD FOOD AND PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE Chuck ' s Restaurant ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOODS 3610 -6th Avenue Phone 244-4104 DES MOINES, IOWA Steaks, Chicken, Sea Food.s, 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 Sold by Glenn WelU I i i ,l. COOK GROTE BARBER SHOP j 1445 -29th Street j I " all 17 if -2076 for appointment Sold by Mary Greaves IS Your Life In Balance? BALANCE IT WITH JESUS CHRIST I God Says AS SAVIOR AND LORD OF YOUR LIFE ' REMEMBER NOW THY CREATOR IN THE DAYS OF THY YOUTH " Ecclesiastes I2;l YOU Are Always Welcome! CAPITAL CITY BAPTIST CHURCH 4101 AMHERST G. L. LA FORGE, Pastor " The Church Thot ' s Different, You ' ll Like It " Sold by Marilyn Gerecz SUPER UALU Sold by Pam Bethel and Lynn Parrish —19. +- i I I i I I I I I 4,,, — NOW OPEN — " Des Moines ' First All-Union Restaurant " The New EASTGATE BUFFET In The Eastgate Shopping Center ' East 14th Euclid i Sold by Ric Wills J „„_,._.,_„. +- T I 4 ' .. ALAN PLAN 3800 6th Avpr--- Soliil by Sheri Griffin I _„ , „,_.,_™_.+ i I I 4... +•■ i BABCOCK ' S GARAGE GENERAL REPAIR Specializing in Automatic Transmissions And Front End Alignment 4245 Second Avenue Ph. 282-6879 Sold by Glenn Wells i I e I ■ I ■ I . „___._. 4. ' caue-xdaCz (Now Two Stores) Men and Young Men ' s 2721 Beaver 274-3485 I i I 1 I Deportment Store 2709-n Beaver 274-1553 Sold by Gary Schwab TAKE IT ALONG . TWELVE POUNDS LIGHT! i Picture Meas. Diag. I + - Here ' s a perfect package of fun. See the Admiral Dealer nearest you. Get one now! Distributed by G. W. ONTHANR company DES MOINES. IOWA This year ' s Projection Committee consists of, front row: Ken Hohn, Choirmon; Tom Lorey, Rick Davenport. Back row: Paul Havnen, Bob Hennings. OLSON-SUTHERLAND MOTOR CO., INC. 835 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa USED CARS Bargain Center of Iowa Congratulations to the 1968 Seniors L. W. OLSON GLENN R. SUTHERLAND Sold by Jean Sperry 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 I 3910 Columbia I 4. , .._„,___, Des Moines | Sold by Kay Bumpilori i —195- Wishbone «4a««i tmiil f 1 Your Carry-Out Restaurant Breasted Chicken B-B-Q Ribs — Pizza 2001 Clark + ■ 288-2128 I I Sold by W. C. Boyd ' Tones Spices Iowa ' s Favorite Since 1873 BLACK PEPPER TONE BROTHERS 201 S.W. 2nd St. j I Sold by Ric Wills j III— im— Mn — m — br. — M ' vm — m— mi— I I STONER PIANO COMPANY I I I j 1417 Hull Avenue i I + , , Phone 265-0348 Sold by Kathy Quick j DES MOINES SEED NURSERY CO. I Quality Farm Seeds, Nursery Seeds and Pet Supplies I Phone 283-2351 Des Moines, Iowa 815 Locust 1 Sold by Pam Retbcl and Lynn Parrish 4.._,._,,_„_™_„_,„ — , , i Park Realty Building Contractors and Realtors 607 Douglas Phone 282-8313 Sold by Nancy Ritchie Sears salutes North High School and congratulates its graduates. Pictured here are Patty Barsetti and Don Morris giving their approval to the selection of a Sears j versatile Quodrobe suit for a teen fashion show. Their advice as Fashion Board members helps Sears keep completely stocked with the very best volues in all the most wanted young fashion looks. SHOP SEARS! Where You ' ll Find the Young American Look! SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 4000 Merle Hay Rd., Ph. 276-4911, Des Moines, la. —196— Boys sophomore end junior varsity tennis squad. Mel Ida Savage Barber Shop j Latest In Men Women Hair Styles j No Appointment Necessary | 243-8913 I Sold by Jim Deeds ! . .+ 304 Euclid I i Crescent Chevrolet and Used Cars Since 1932 5th and Keosauqua 288-0281 12th and Locust 288-1988 Downtown Des Moines Sold by Leslie Snedden We ' re here to help you get what you want lOWA-DES MOINES NATIONAL BANK SIXTH AND WAINUT • D ES MO I N E S, I O W A 50309 • P H ONE (5 1 5) 2 84-8 686 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Sold by Mary Greaves — 197— — Seneca Plaza — IB ■ • — ■ m SENECA PHARMACY 3900 E. 14rii 265-4241 " FREE DELIVERY " Sold by K y Buinpilori and Sheryll Swanson R. M. BALL, D. D. S. 3900 E. 14th St. Phone 265-2887 I I B Sold by Kay Bumpiloti and Sheryll Swanson George H. Cook Barry N. Minear I LAWYERS j 3900 E. 14th St. Phone 265-5203 j Sold by Marilyn Gerecz 1 ■w m m m m m m m m wm m m, m m m— a i CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS PEET PAINT COMPANY GRUMBACHER ARTIST SUPPLIES 3900 E. 14th Phone 265-4921 Sold by Kay Bumpilori and Sheryll Swanson i •§• " 1 mi — iw — nil — Hii SENECA MAID-RITE Welcomes All North High Students I 3900 E. 14th - 266-9477 Sold by Sheryll Swanson and Kay Bumpilori 1 ! I i SHIRLEY ' S SENECA BEAUTY SALON j I I I 3900 E. 14th Phone 265-4154 j i Sold by Kay Bumpilori and Sheryll Swanson j + — „_._„ + I BEST WISHES SENIORS Seneca Apartments 1306 East Seneca Phone 265-1641 So ' - • Kay Bumpilori and Sheo ' l Swanson The Safest Place In Des Moines Is On A Bus DES MOINES TRANSIT COMPANY Sold by Mari Rae and Sheri Griffin 198— +• ■— 1 DR. JOHN Q. A. MATTERN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 819 Savings Loan Building 1 Sold by Pam Bethel DR. ROBERT L. PETTIT • i I 2921 East 9th I r i I I I Phone 266-6041 Sold by Sue Gaudinecr DR. C. E. WORSTER 1934 Jefferson Office 274-0406 Res. 283-1155 S ild by Marsha Filby i DR. STEWART OLSON 7578 Hickman Road 276-4521 Sold by Marsha Filby -4. i DR. DONALD B. HENRY OPTOMETRIST Walnut St. 244-5354 Sold by Pam Bethel and l.ynn Parrish 1 DR. SCHMITT and DR. CHECK 2214 E. 14th Sold by Judy McCann Go North Go t Burgeson, Schlaser and Redfield M.D. ' s J 711 East Locust Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Marilyn Gerecz + . I 4.. JAMES S. HOFFER, D.D.S. Sold by Marsha Filby + . I s I • •■ i WILLIAM T. BROWN, D. D. S. j General Dentistry f 4305 Fleur Drive 285-1504 | Sold by Pam Bethel 1 JOHN GUSTAFSON, D.D.S. 215 W. Euclid Ave. — -4. i I I I I Phone 288-1343 I Sold by W. C. Boyd DR. CORREY DR. WILSON D.D.S. 2825 Hubbell Ph. 265-0311 1 Sold by Sheryll Swanaon ! DR. J. WALTER, M. D. I I 3900 E. 14th St. Phone 265-4236 Sold by Kay Bumpilori and Sheryll Swanson ■ I I DR. ROBERT L. SCHNEE DENTIST i 3521 Beaver Avenue ! 4. 277-3551 Sold by Bob Schatz DR. HARRY C. MORROW Practice Limited to Orthodontics Equitable BIdg. — —• t i Phone 243-2654 I Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Sold by Marsha Filby i _,. — . — - — - — - — - — . ♦ — 199 — YOUNKER ' 5aii Jujtio} ' Always " Left to right: Carol Jessen, Bob Luxen, Rick Ramsey, Kathie Cram As part of Younkers firm belief in the young people of today, each year a program is offered er io i Moines area schools . . . TEEN BOARD for junior and senior girls, and ADVISORY bOARD for junior and senior boys. These young people, selected to represent their schools, are chosen for leadership qualifies, high scholastic standings, personol recommendations from school administrators and evaluation from members of the retiring boards, plus their interest and ability in retailing 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 solutes the repre- sentatives from North High School for a job very well done Pictorial Index Name Page Name Page Name Page Name Page — A— Abarr, Dennis 29 Abbey, Duuglaa 29, 127 Abolins, Mara 78 Ackiss, Marvene 59 Adams, Steve- 147 Adamson, Sandra 73 Agee, Shciiy 68 Ainswurth, Lynda 68 Alpox, LAura. 68 Alexander, Mary 78, 117, 127 Alexander, Maureen 73 Allely, Sue _73, 106, 107 Allen, Larry.- 68 Allen, Rebecca 73 Allen, Rose _.. _ 73 Allen, Sharon.- 73 Allsup, Connie-., „ 73 Amos, Albert- 59, 104 Amos, Robert 29, 83, 95 Ander, John 68 Andoi-son. (lary 68, 128, 129 Anderson, Jeanne 29, 130 Anderson, Marsha 68, 106, 107, 116, 132 Andei-son, Richard 68 Anderson, Steven . - 68, 122, 129, 139, 150 ■ Andrews, Rhonda 73, 102 AnsRiich, Eddie 73 A pell, Susan 78, 106, 106, 107, 116 Arnold, . Ann. f.. 29 Ashby, (ia-- ' 73 Ashdown, Jane 73, 103, 159 Ashton, Mary 29, 6 " 121, Aswegan. Gary Atkins, Patricia Averitt, Gordon... Aycock, Dale C :. fc Ayei-s, David l ali«.,, , Ajurton - Baird, Thomas 29. 96, 121, 18 . i47. Baker, Caro ' - 6» ' 00, Baker, r Baker, i:,ellee Baldwin, Mrs, Margaret Ballard, Lester Ballard, Levi Bancroft, Craig 19, 29, » ' t 97. 98, lie, • 138, Barba, Peggj Barden, Jack Barker, Gloria 68, Barnard, Dennis 73, Barnett, Mr. Walter Barnhart, Cindy.. jfiarsetti, Patricia 29, 99, 107, 110, 112, 121, 125, Barsness, Beverly 29, 127, Bartlett, Judy 18, 68, 101, Battles, Joseph Bauer, Debbie Baughman, Robert 68, 79, 109, 126, Bayles, Delores Bayles, Robert ' » " -JB«yles, Sandra Bayles, Steve „ Beattie, Sharon 26, 29, 125, 127, 180, 155, Beckett, Connie 29, 122 Beechum, Hurl 73, 140, ' Beeman, Linda 68, 125, Bell, Dennis 59, Bemisdarfer, Bill. Bennett, Cathy Bennett, John ..li 99, 148 131 6X ' It oa. 118, 154 .59 73 130 104 .19 .68 106, 116, 154 130 117 ... 29 ...73 104, 129 ,. 73 . 73 ...29 -73 124, 162 116, 130 144 124, 130 96 Bennett, Mark Benson, Richard Berger, Terry „ Bergman, Deanna.. 68, 108, Bergman, Gary 30, 96, 103, 146, Berry, Mr. Richard 20, 135, Beswick, Bill . 73, 103, 144, Bethel, Carol 30, 108, Bethel, Pamela 80, 97, 124 Bettis, Jolynn Bebbins, Albert Bierman, Ron Biggs, Mr. Larry... 22, 185, Bishop, Shauna 75, Blackcloud, Eilene Blamey, Diane 73, Blanks, Mrs. Eleanor 25, Blee, Miss Mary Jane Blomquist, Katherine — 30, .73 ...30 -..30 ..-68 -.68 ...30 119 101, 150 158 148 124 117, 127 -.■ 59 -.30 ...73 148 102 30 120 122 .16 112, 119, 120 Blumer, Patti..-68, 89, 108, 116 Bly, Mr. Vernon. 12, 88, 12« Boatwright, Nicholas . ....59 Bobenhouse. Dan 23, 30, 60, 85, 122, 125, 139, 151 Bockert, John ___...68 Bodensteiner, Jaraes- 30 Boese, Ray 30 Bogan, Susan 80 Boggs, Gregg 73 Boles, Cheryl 68 Boles. Steve 30 Boo, Carole 81, 64, 123 Boos, Maureen 31. 123 Borlin, Craig 1 Borzo, Francis Bothum. Ray - Boughfi. Mike Bowden, Susan -73, Bowdre, Gary.. Bowen, John Bowlby, Tammy .. 19, 31, 60, 89, 97, 98, 122, 127, Bowlsby. Patricia 31, 102, Bowlsby, Richard .. 73, 102, Bowman, Gail 73, 102, 116, Boyd, John Boyd. Willard Boydston. Phil Boylan, Debbi 68, 128, 130, Boylan, Pamela B acken, Stephen ' low, James •U- . ' -hris iiull, Elizabeth . 31, 60, in.schweig, Thomas... 31, Brewer, Barry Brewer, Carlotta - Brewer, Mrs. Frances Brewt4 n, Cecil -..59, 146, Brewton, Charles 68, 146, Brewt )n, Joyce 73, Briggle, Rickey 31, 98, ISO, ■iggs. Jim indlcy, Mr. John..-18, 88, hroadus, Dennis Bi-ockett, Steven 68, Brodeen, Jill 31. 97, 102, 122, Brodeen, Vicki 68, Brommel, John Brommel, Stephen Brooks, Ron Brown, Clyde 69, 128, Bi-own, Deborah Brown, Kevan 68, 139, 143, Brown, Renee , Brown, Sherwood 68, 138, Brown, Steven Brown, Steven 73, Broxmeyer, Terri 68, Bucklew, Patricia 73, Buhi-master, Lila 31, Bump, Steven . . 31, 98, 99, 117, 118, 120, 154, Bumpilori, Kay 31, 111, 130, Burgher, Michael 73, 146, Huikholder, Cherry 32, 132, Burks, LaVonne - 68, 138, Burnham, Dixie - Burnough, Frank— 59, Bun-ell, Dennis - Burton. Carol- 32, Bush, Rebecca Butler. Karl 73, 104, 140, Butorac, Fred Buwalda. Sharon 78, 120, Byas, William 68, 103, 128 _73 -73 -.68 „73 _.68 64, 154 64, 127 143 101, 117 .-68 .-31 .-73 131 ,- 73 ...81 ..31 -68 102 155 —73 .-68 . . 8 117, 151 138, 151 105 60, 154 -73 150 ...73 126 101. 154 131 .-.68 ...73 ...59 155 .. 68 151 ... 68 117, 147 68 126 106 103 133 116, 155 99, 131 103, 148 131, 154 143 .68 91 ..59 105 .68 144 .73 121 132 Cain, Jenny. — 68 Caldwell, Robert 32, 116, 122, 129, 138 Calister, Kenneth 32, 138 Calkins, Linda 32 Camp, Mr. Richard 17, 137 Camj), Rose 73 Camp, Teri-y 73 Campbell, Gary 68 Carlberg, Kurt 32 Carley, Larry 82 Carpenter, Connie 68 Carr, Diane 78, 121 Carr, Kathleen 73 Carr, Vicki 73 Carr, Willie 68 Carson, Leanna. 73, 105 Carson, Victor 73, 140, 144 Carlr- Ilnvifl :12 Carter, Wt.- Carter, Virginia Cassady, Terry 7a, 123, 132 Gate. Stephen... 28, 32, 116, 118, 124, 128, 138, 150, 154, 155 Cavil, DeNorris 73, 140 Chagnon, Tina 73, 84, 85, 127 Chamberlain, Christin 63 Chandler, Michael 73 Chatfield, LeRoy 68, 79, 96, 103, 146, 151 Cheaton, Iris 68 ■ht• i::, , Nrincy 122 Chesowsky, Patrick r 9 Chivers, Walter — N Christakos, Jim 69, 150 Chrystal, Thomas 68, 182 Cipale, Carolyn 32 Clark, Cathy 32, 133, 158 Clark, Charles - 68, 138, 151 Clark, Craig - 32, 18, 102, 156 Clark, (ireg 73, 117, 140, 144 Clark, Robert 32 Claussen, Janice 68, 125. 127, 132 Clayton, Linda 78, 106, 107, 131 Clyce, Carl ._ 58 Clycc, Slacey 73 Clyde, William 32, 133, 158 Cobb, Debbie 68 Cocherell, Handy 73 Cogley. Gwendolyn- 68, 102 Coleman, Velva 78, 106 Colemon, Victor 83, 87, 138, 148 Coll, Roy 73, 1113 Collett, Jerry 68 Collett, Mary __ 68 Collier, Janice 33, 45, 64, 86, 89, 112 Collins, Jerald 33, 139, 155 Collins, Linda . 33, 84, 85, 89, 99. 112, 113, 120, 122, 154 Collins, Steven 33, 139 Colton, Stephen -.73, 128 Comito, Kathy 33, 121, 155 Comito, Linda - - 58 Comstock, Steve 73 Connett, Mike 73 Conrad, Peggy 73 Cook, Donald _ 68 Coon, Frank 59 Cooper, LaVonne 73 -73, 96 -68, 138 Cooper, Robert.- Copic, John Cosenza, Musette (3 Countryman, Connie 73 Cox, David - 68 Cox, Gordon 68, 89, 117, 118, 138, 147, ISl, 166 Cox, Jeffrey 68 Cox, Laurie .-. 73 Cox, Michael _ - .-68 Craig, Rachel 73 Cram, Kathleen... 28, 83, 64, 89, 112, 121, 125, 130, 132, 150, 159 Crawford, Scott 68, 102 Creed, Steven 73 Crees, Danny 133 Cremer, Judy —20, 105 Critchfield, Sue 33 Crocker, Mr. Brandt 14 Crook, Sandy 78 Cropp, David 73 Cropp, Sandra 78 Crosswhite, Frank. SS, 117, 118, 129, 138, 148, 156 Crouch. Kenneth.— 68 Crowder. Dianna -.. 68, 130 Crowell, Karen 68, 111, 127 Crowell, Linda 88 Gulp, Jerry 83 Curtis, Mr. Gary .13 Cui-tis, Karen 68 — D— Daniels, Linda Daniels, Rose Carrizales, Lena -.68 68 „„... .=, .wo 59 Darlington, Katherine„33, 122, 123, 132, 155 Darlington, John 73, 144 Darner, Beth 73, 127, 131 Darner, Denise 68, 101, 105 Daugherty, Douglas 33 Daugherty, John 73 DaveniKjrt, Richard . 19 , 33, 64, 97, 98. 102, 154 Davis, Barbara 33 Davis, Cynthia _ — 68 Davis, Francine 84 Davis, Loy _.68, 122 Davis, Margaret_19, 34, 64. 84, 89, 97, «s. -0:;, 124, », io5, 157 r i,vi ' . . .a 68, 102, 110 iJavis, Paula —34 84, 60, 116, 124, 131 „73 73 68 _78 .34 Davis, Rebecca- Davis, Robert — Davis, Sandra.-. Davis. Steve Davis, Steve— — Dawson, Cynthia. Dawson ' , Dale - 34, 128, 126, isO Day, Bonnie 73, 105 Day, Debra 68 Day, Richard 19, 22, 34. 83. 121, 125 Dw.l , James. 34, 148 Degner, Debby - -34, 60 DeMoss, Loren 68 Demi ewolf, Sonji 74 Dempewolf, Vera 84 Deneson, Jean 34, 103, 130, 160 Dengle, Stephen 68, 116, 117, 129, 138, 156 Dcnl. Darla . " 4, 105 DeWaay. Mi-s. Marjorie 16, 130 DeWitt, Arthur 74 Diamond, Melvin W Dickey, Linda 68 Dickinson, Thomas_.68, 108, 117 Dickson, Linda 5 Diemer, Dave 34 Dishman, Bob 68 Disbman, Dan -.74 Dix, Kari 84. 116, 117, 122, 127, 132, 155 Donahue, Connie -34, 99, 132, 166, 162 Downey, Carol 116 Downey, David...— 68 Downing, Danny 68 Drake, Riley 69 36, 133 35 Draper, Connie Di-zyzga, Gay Dudley, Winifred 74 Duff. Uandy - ,74 Dunahoo, Marlys..-69, 103, 127 Duncan, John 69, 161 Duncan, Omar 69, 161 Duncan, Sandra 86 Dunn, Darla _ " 9 Dunn, Loretta ' Jk Dunn, Robert- J DuPuy, Vicki ii— vS Diwiere, Mrs. JoAnn — 25, IZZ Dyer, Alan 69, 80, 86, 116, 126 Dyer, Terri ' .35, 132 9, 123 -69 -69 — E— Eakins, Cathy Ea.son, Mrs. Ruth Eastin, Terry Eaton, Connie — — --- Ebert, Betty 74. 108 Ebert, Toni 16 Eckman. Marilyn 35 Edler, Karen — " 9 Edmonston, Franklin- 74 Edwards, Craig 6» Edwards, Dorothy- Edwards, John Edwards, John _74 .74 69 Edwards, William....69, 101, 102 Eggert, Ruth M Eggert, Terry 74 Elings, Terry — - -So Ellenberger, James....35, 99, 103, 124, 129, 164 Ellett, Barbara J Elliott, Linda » " Ellis, Donald .. " .85, 166 .74 EUston, Valerie _ Ellsworth, William.-12, 74, 79, 117, 118, 127, 129, 140, 143, 144 Ely, Sandra 69 Emmons, Miss Donna 18 England, Janice. -.74, 131 England, Joyce 74 Engle, George -;»--,„? Epton, Floyd _ _-69, 104 Erickson, Bruce 74, 140 Erickson, Diane 36 Erickson, Duanna 74 Erickson, Patricia 69 Erickson, Tim 74 Eubanks, Cindy 74 Evans, Pamela — 74 Evans, William 69 — F— Fairchild, Barbara Fairman, Mike Fairman, Robert Faller, Timothy Fane, Richard Farr, Robert -69 -36 .74 -69 -74 -69 — 201 — Name Page Fair. Vicki 74 Fai-sDn. CraiK fi l, 117, 147 FauJkner, 1 . 74, 121 Faulkner, Sc- ' ■ 14ti, lju, 106, loft Faust, Karen . 74, 116, 121, 127 Fedson, Richard 69 Fees. Richard 69 Fees. Sandra _ 74 Fenimnre. Kathy 66, 74, lOI. lOS. 117 Ferguson, Delores._ _ 69 Fett, Joyce 69. 130 Filby, Marcia Fisher. Carol Fisher, Charles Fisher. Eddie. 36, 99, 112, 117, 130 _.74 74, 139 - 69 Fisher. Harold 36 Fisher, Wayne 69, 116 FitZKerald. Mr. Tbomas..l4, 129 Flannei-y, Mike 74 Fjelde, Mrs. Beulah 26, 123 Flippinsr, Harry 74. JT)!. 176 Fl.iiciic-.-. H,,bi-rt 74. 143 140, 1.51 Florence, William 74, 140, 144, 151 Floyd, Janice.™ 74 Fosarty. James 69, 95, 121 Fonit, Laura 69, 127 Forbes. Paula. „ „..74 Furkner. DeAnne... 36, 12.3, 1.10 Fomanto. Donna „ 36 Foi-syth, Susan 74, 102, 181 Foster, Cheryl 69, 131 Foster, Dennis 36 Foster. Rita 86 Fowler, Bill 69 _69 ....74 .74 .69 _69 _13 Fowler. Robert Fox. Beatrice Fox. Deborah Francisco, Stephen_. Franklin, Elaine Franz, Mr. Walter_ Freeman, Mike ._ 69 Frew, Judy 74, 106 Fridel, Rebrecca 36 Fulmer. Wilmer. _ 69 Fulwood, Faith.— _..18, 74, 101, 128, 131 Funtc, Mr. William....l6, 88, 148 Fuson, Keith 74, 101. 102, 139, 144 Gaines. Mitchell 74, Gaines, Pamela 23, 74, Galbreath. Carol Galaghcr. Dennis _ 74 Gamble, Chris 74 Gamble, Joan Garanson, Mat 69, Garth, Donna Carver, Linda (iaskin, Brenda.. -74, Gates. Susan 36 . Gaudineer, Susanne.. 36, 60, 99, 112, 120, Gay, Jack 69, 126, 129, 147, Gegner, Sue _ Genovese, Samuel 19, 28, 95, 97, 98, 148, Gerecz, Marilyn 69, 112, German, Maria 74, Geyer, Lan-y Gibson. Dennis Gibson, Patricia 86, 130, Gibson, Richard _ Gibson, Sandra 36, Giefer. Ann.„ Giefer, Karla _..37, 106, Gillam, Jeffrey ... 37, 60, 116, 117, Gillaspey, Dean .. 69, 79, 11 " . 122, 129, 139, Gillaspey. John... 37, Gilliam. Dcanna Gilliam. Kenneth Gilliand. Marcia . . 37, 101, Gilliland. Sandra 74, Gilmore, Emmanuel _ Gitlin. Sharon 69, Gnewikow, Larry. 69. Gtnldard. Merlin., Goetz, Debbie 139, ....28, .74, 132, Goodinif, John Gordon, Jeanne 74, 124, Gordon, Ken 69, Gordon, Marilyn Graney. Michael Grant, Donald Graves, James Graves, William Gray. Gary Graziano, Mr. Albert. 15, Grazier, Joan 74, 106, 140 116 -.74 128 123 ...74 126 ...74 ...69 105 131 89. 154 128, 156 .59 36, 154 99, 130 120 ...74 .. 36 155 ...74 117 36 107 64 1.38 103, 151 129 ....74 ...95 102 102 .-..74 130 116, 151 . 37 117. 160 .74 131 161 ..37 ...37 ...37 ._87 _69 .69 14, 124 127 Name Greaves, Alai-y _ 37, fel ' , 108, 116, 120, Greco, Luigi ' I ' opn, Billie .iLLii. ..,;K;no i»y, Elizabeth 23, 37, Joyce „. Rose 74, Green, Green, Green, Green, Griffin Sylvester- Sandy Page sia, 154 69 71 104 130 ...37 131 69 117. Name 74. 113. 118, 121, Griffin. iinei-yi....37, 60, 89, 87, 99, 108. 117, 119, 120, 164 Griffith. Vivian 74, 131 Grigsby, Karen 19, 26, 37, 94, 106, 127 Grimes, Eva 38, 127, 130, 150, 155, 162 GrippenberfiT, Mr. Darrell . . 15 Grodt, David 74 Groom, Jeanne 69, 96, 121, 128, 158 Grothe, Laura 38. 122. 12.5. 155 Grovonburg, Marilyn 69, 130 (iulling. Sherry „ 74 Gustafson, Philip _ 38 Gustafson, Roger„ 69 — H— Hadley, Sandra 58, 105 Hahn, Kenneth 38 Hall, Debbie . 74 Hall, Deborah .._ 69, 119, 122, 128, 166 Hall, Diane 38, 130, 155 Hall, James _ 69 Hall. Marlene 59 Hall. Rick 38 Hall, Robert..-. 28, 38, 64, 103, 117, 128, 155, 158, 162 Hall, Russell 19, 38, 99. 121, 124 Halligan. Vickie 23, 74 Halterman, Steven 74 Hamilton. Barbara . 69 Hampe. Pat 69 Hansen. Barbara 69, 125 Hansen. Barbara 69 Hansen, Caria 69, 130 Hansen, Diane „ ....74 Hansen, Jack 74, 102, 140 Hanson. Mr. Edward... ....10 Hardenbr M)k. Debbie 74, 123 Hardie, Mr. David 21, 88 Hare, Elaine 74 Hare, Mary 74 Harmon, John 88, 155 Harrington, James 69 Harrington, John 59 Harris, Mary 106 Harshaw, Donald__ 69 Hart, lycnis... 69 Hart, Linda. 38 Hartley. Kathy 74 HaU, Joyce. 38, 89, 94, 110, 121. 124, 168 Haus, Larry 69 Haus. Sammy 69 Havncn. Paul _ 38 Hawkins. VickL.. Hawks, John . ..17, 38, 122 -59 Hawthorne, Victor_74, 189, 161 Hay. Danny 74 Hayes. John 38 Hayes, Judy 39 Hayes, Marcia 74, 120 Hayncs, Craig 74, 103 Hays, Myrna 39, 127, 130, 166, 162 Hayter, Kevin 39 Heariold, Miss Paula 10 Heinkel, Linda 74 Heinkcl, Michael 69, 117 Hclles, Robert 74 Helton, Linda 69 HelviK, .John 58, 124, 138 Heminover, Shirley 74 Henderson, Edna - 74 Hennings, Robert 19, 39, 97, 98, 154, 165 Henry. Dale _ 69 Henry. David . 39, 125, 127, 147 Henry, Gary.. 39, 129, 155 Henry, Lamar. . 69 Henry, Steve 39, 102, U7, 139, 161 Hensley. Mrs. Jean 8 Hermann. Diana 39 Hernandez, Enedelia 39 Hernandez. Rita 69 Herndon, Linda 69 Herndon, Margaret 74 Herring, Marsha 69, 105 Herselius, James 39, 99. 150 Hevlin, Barbara 28, 39 Hevlin, Linda 74, 113 Hickman, Zeola __...89 Hickman, Zola ' 9 " .69 Higgins, Karen 74 Hildebrand, Richard 69, 104 Hildreth. Mr. Frank 7 Hill, Dick 39 Hill, David Hill, Marilyn 69, 100, Hill. Murk _ 74, Hiii. Marqueta Hill. Pauletta 69, 100, Hines, Christine Hinman. Katherine Hively, Jo Ann Hoffman, Gerald Hohl, James llokanson. Kristine 69, 122, Hollrah, Judy 69, Holmes. E)onald Holmes, lionald Holste, Nancy.. Hood. Celeste... H xjd. Janie Page ......74 156 140 _.69, Hooper, Janey 76, 84, 106, Hortx n, Clara Hougham, Dale _.21, 40, Hourigan, Mrs. Lillian ilouscinaii. Karen Houston, Barb Howard, Carol Howard, Michelle Howard. Patti Howard. Tom Howser. Neal. 125 .69 ...75 _..76 _69 ...69 102, 150 130 ...75 ...75 127 130 ... 39 85, 116 ... 40 146 ...10 ...40 123 .40 ...75 ...75 _.40 ...76 Hudgens, Mrs. Joyce Huffman, Terry 75, 106, 107 Hughes, Jan _.76, 83, 116, 117, 118, 119, 127 Hughes. Joyce...- „40 Hughes, Julie 19, 40, 60, 89, 97, 98, 111, 116, 119, 1? " 127. 130. 154. Humburd. Karen Humphrey. Davii! Humphreys. Stev Hunnell, Cheryl- 7.), 102, 116 Hunter. Craig 69, 79, 122, 12ri. 139 Hunter, Karen 76 Hunter, William 69, ,138, 146 Huston, Barbara 1 76 Hutchins. James : 40, 169 Hutchison, Mr. William 10, 88. 147 Hyslope, Jack 69 Hutzell, Mr. Laurence 4, , ' 3 — I— Ibson. Randy _40, 122, loo Immel, Linda 75 Inge, George 151 Iseminger, Gary 69 Iverson, Karen 69, 103, 127 — J— Jackson, Mrs. Betty 16, 130 Jackson, Cindy 76 Jackson, Jim - 76, 140, 148 Jackson, Joe 75, 140, 144, 151 Jackson. Richard 40, 104 Jackson. Wallace -40, 138, 151 Jacobe, Sandra 69, 122 James, Janis .75, 103, 127 James, Judy 76, 100 James, Mike —6 9 Janncnga, Henry 76, 117 Janssen, Alan 40, 102 Janssen, Connie 69 Jayne. Vernon 75 Jefferson. Barbara 59 Jefferson. James 75, 140 Jenkins, Gregory 75, 140, 148 Jensen, Laurie .69, 103, 127, 156 Jensen, Sherry 75, 119 Jensen, Harold 75 Jessen, Carol 69, 112, 119, 156 Jewett, Robert 40, 60 Johansen, Ruth „.-75 Johnson. Claudia 40, 89, 112, 119, 121, 127, 130, 132, 154, 155 Johnson, Diane- 41, 122 Johnson, Dianne 41, 154 Johnson, Don , 70 Johnson, Harriett 41 Johnson, Katherine 23, 75 Johnson, Kathleen 19, 41, 89, 97, 98, 122, 124, 127, 150, 154 Johnson, Kathy 75, 103, 105 Johnson, Larry- 70, 102, 122 Johnson, Martin 75, 102, 104 Johnson, Michelle 75 Johnson, Patricia 70, 101, 103, 127. 132 Johnson, Theodore 59 Johnson, Timothy-70, 102, 113, 120, 156 Johnson, Vera — 75 Johnson. Vicki 41. 133 Johnson. Wanda.... 41 Jones, Mi-s. Ella 23 Jones, Larry 70 Jones, Lelani 76, 140 Jones, Pam 70 Name Jones, Robert 70, 126, 128, Jones, Vicki 75, 127, Joi-dan, Jack Jorden, Mrs. Sandra. Jordon. Dennis Jorgenson, Mike.— 14, Juncker, MarKaret-28, 41, 124, 131, Jurgens, Kenneth— 18, 41, Jurgensen, Jenna 76, — K— Kalar, Belinda _ 75, Kallansrud, Vicki 41, 100, Kalleen, Patrice 70. 84, 89, Kalsem. Sandra Kalwishky, Diane..-76, 94, Page 129 130 -.76 .16 -69 41 117, 132 103 112 Kanis, Randy 76, 126, Karas. Kathy Kauffman, Kreg...41, 116, 128. 137, 152, Kaufmann, Kareti .7.:, Kaufman, Susan 41, Kauzlarich, David-70. 116, Kay, Rhonda Keith, Ronald- Keith, Russell.. Kelaher, Cheii Kelderman, Denni8..41, 64, Kciderman, Gloria ' ellis, Roberta- ogg, Ronald _.. 70, 117, 138, 143, dy, Patrick 42, ;y, Donald , Marcia 75, 101, 124, Bryan 76, 140, K..iinger, Mr. Karl 18, 101. Kimball, Jeff King, Denise 70, King, Diana 23, 42, 89, 105, Kinnamon, Ann -. 70, 110, 116, 121, 127, Kinter, Susan Kirchn " !-, David 70, 126, 132, ck, Mike Keith- ■nnis - -. ne, " Steven 42, .ing Nancy 75, Kim Barbara- Kl K. Knev Mr. Orval Kness, Kathy-. 42. 85, 89, 126, 127, Knight,, Peter .. 75, Knotts, Jerry... . u Koch, Galin 12, 75, Koester, Mr. Leo ll ' , Kolling, Janis._.42, 83, 89, Koons, John Koons, Robert 22, 42, 83, 126, 127, 137, Kramer, Dana— Kramer, Kenneth. Krause, Anita Krause, Donald Kuhlenbeck, Randy- -75. .70, 105 130, 164 85, 108 . 70 111, 121 144 -.70 122, 155 130 130 138, 148 —70 —70 41 - 70 122, 138 -42 ...70 129, 156 138 ...75 125 148 102 -.42 156 130 112, 156 -.42 129, 166 ..-70 ...75 .75 137 105 .-.42 -76 _12 121, 150 140 .70 103 132 112 -42 117, 138 -70 .75 102 129 -.76 Lacey, Karen Lackershire, Jo Ann- Ladd, Diana.. 76 V , „ 70,- lOf- LaForge, Sharon -70 Lajko, Cathy 70, 105, 131 Lajko, Patrick 76, 100, 128, 164 Lake, Michael-42, 121, 126, 129 Lakin, Kate 42 Lamb, Kathleen 42, ' ,6 Lamberti, Martin — 43 Lander, Alan.. 22, 70, 103, 129 Lane, Charles 76, 140, 148 Larson, Debbie. 76 Larson, Janet 70 La Rue, Tom 76 La Via, Angle , 70 Law, Dan „ 43 Lawler, Pat _ 69 Lawson, Mr. Robert 146 Lawson, Robert 75, 117, 140, 146, 148 Leary, Janis 43, 111, 113, 127, 164, 166 LeCroy, Gar - 48, 128 l«Croy, Mike 43 Lee, Betty. 76 Lee, Florence 75 Lee, Mrs. Rita 9 I , Stephen 4S Lees, Robert .. 76, 102, 140. 148 Legg, Sharon 75 Lehfeld, Mr. Charles.-. —18 Leighter, Steven 43, 116, 138 Leo, Martha . 43, 106, 107, 150 Leong, Annie - 69, 60 —202— Name Page Leung, Ambrose 59, Leong, Sam 18, 43, 101, 124, lib, Leslie, Phil 7U, Lester, Judi. Leveke, Dianna -43, 106, Leveke, Jerry Levine, Mark 70, 129, Lewetlin, Cindi. Lewis, Barbara 43, Lewis, David 433. 104, 117, Lewis, Dennis 70, 138, Lewis, Edward 70, 129, Lightfoot, Jim _ Ligoiiri, Kobert 26, 43, 124, 127. 128, 143, 148, Lind, Victoria... 14, 43, 64, 112, Lindgren, Eugene-. Linn, Diane 44, Loehr, Timothy 60 117 156 129 ...70 107 .75 132 ...70 133 138 148 132 _..70 122, 155 89, 132 —76 155 70 127, 137 148 102 105 148 161 ..69 130 111, 165 140 •11 " in Lombardo, Joseph 44, 125, 129 Long, Michael 70, 138, 143 , Ijorey, " ' ' homas 44, LoviK, Shirley- . 70, Lowe, David 75, 132, Lowe, Wayne 44, Ludwick, Stephen— Luedke, Jeri.„ 70, Luedke, Patricia 44, 124, Lusk, Don 75, Lutz, Mr. Tom _ Luxen, Robert .70, 8$, 116, 118, 129, 143, Lydon, Colleen Lyic, Mr. James 17, 83, 14 ' Lyies, James - Lynch, Doanna . 44, 99, 12 Lyons, Miss Mayme — Mc— McAdam, Scott 70, 85, 138, 146, 151, 166 McBride, Dennis _ 75 McCabc. Bernai-d 75, 128 McCann, Judith- 44, 89, 97, 112, 120 McCann, Michael .70 McCarthy, Helen M McCarty, Linda McCarty, Vicki McCarville, Patricia McCaughan, Miss Louisv McClanahan, Rodney— McClish. Constance McCollum, Mollie McCombs, Mrs. Jody 25, McConnell, Cheryl " O, ,50, McConneii, Id McConnell, Ma ireen ... - McCrea, Mary 45, 105, McCrea, Nancy — McCullough, Victor 70, 126, McDermott, William 70, 118, 129, 139, 146, 146, McDonald, Jon.. 75, McDonald, Rowana McDonald, Tim . 75, 101, 140, 146, McDonald, William McGinnis, David — 70, 79, 122, 129, Richard Kerry Joan .46, McGrean, McKelvey McK.llup. McKray, Delane. McLain, Gary McLaughlin, Daryl Moljiughlin, Donita McLaughlin, Robert Ii «an, Cathy 69, 76 McLeod, Camille 46, McLeod. Mrs. Sharon.. McMains, James - McMains, McNeeley, McNeeley, McNeeley, McPherson 107 Rodney — Kathie Nona -. Suzanne -..46, , Mike. 66, 70, 103, 150, McQuerry, Carolyn — M— Madison. Mary Main, Sheila — Mainard, Carolyn ...76, 120, Mainard, Joanne 125, Mainard. Sara -.. Malterud. Mrs. Josephine.-. Manley, Judy — Manning, Mary Manuel, Elizabeth Marchant, George-.. 76, 132, Marck, Jeffrey 44, 116, 118, 125, 156, Mardis, Catherine 44, 121, 45 ...o9 —76 126 122, 156 -.70 ....76 131 -.76 150 117, 151 140 .45 102, 148 -70 103, 147 ..-59 -.45 -.45 105 70 ..-75 .....75 -.70 125 106, 111 —11 ..-76 —70 70 -.-76 , 106 101. , 156 .70 .70 125 130 -..70 _.22 -..76 —70 ...70 146 117. , 169 124 Name Marker, JoAnn Marker, Marguerite- Marlin, Kay Marshall, hrank Martin, Bettie Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martin, Martindale, Cynthia- Martinson, Gary.. Mascaro, Steve. Mason, Roberta—. Mason, Mr. William- Cheryl Constance .-44, 87, 112, 119, 124, Kenneth Loretta _ Robert Page 124 _.44 _76 -.70 -.76 89, 155 _70 .-70 .-75 44 Massman, Don 75, 140, 146, Mattern, Susan May, Carol... Mayberry, Claudia 70, Mayo, Vikki „ Meador, Brenda Meffcil. .Mrs. Wanda Meisheid, Sheryl 70, 103, Meltvedt, Chris 76, Messer, Steven.... .76, Micheison, Janet 45, 83, 111, Miles, Dean Mileur, Sheri 46, Millard, Annette. .46, Connie 46, 116, Fred 76, Gene 76, 140, Linda- Miller. Miller. Miller Miller Miller, Mr. Norman 8, ' ' ' MhoUin, Georgia — 46, 84, 89, 112, ' ne, Laura ■ ' ■ic, Gregory ...sich. Sheryl .inear. Dennis... 46, 64, 125, 138, Mine ' r, Melanie 70, Mingles, Deloris- 70, Minks, Thoma3 .70, 117, 138, Mintle, Mike 46, 85, .Mischkiet. Helen 19, 70, 94, 103, 109, 121, 122, 130, Carolyn 46 Lenore Mr Lei oy_ Malcolm Ellen 9, 18, 46, Jeff Mitchell Mitchell Mitchell MHchell itag, •ag, Mohr, William 22, 70, Molsberry, Brenda 25, 46 110, 111, 113, 119, 125, 127 Moon, Berry _. Moon, Cheryl Moon, Judson Jo Moore, Moore, Moore, Karen 76, 103. Larry Moore, Marcia 28, 46, 95, 107, 121, 123, Moore, Rebecca 76, Morgan, Larry Morison, Mi-s. Helen- Morlan, Sonja Morris, Dennis 76, Morris, Donald 22, 46, 83, 146, 146, Morrow, James 46, 96. 104, Morse, Mike 76, 96, 129, Mortensen, Mr. Harry 12, 146, Mortensen, Joel 19, 59, 89 98, 116, 117. 118. 137, 146, Mosqueda. Mary Mossholder. Judith 70. Mozee, Phillip 59, Muell, Mrs. Mary Helen Mumford. Marcy .. 76, 116, Munch. Mr. Robert.— 14, 15, Mundel, Charles— Muri hy, Jon Murjjhy, Mike.. Murphy, Teresa Murray, Linda Murtle. Debbie 70, 12B, Mutchler, Randi 76, Myers, Lee _76 -.70 -11 147 -70 76 io6 ...76 .■45 9 117 126 104 89, 117 -45 111 130 122 140 160 -70 136 85, 119 .46 -70 -70 87, 148 112 131 148 121 95, 156 70 -70 — 18 ...70 130 ..-76 126 89, 156 ...76 —70 —76 .-.70 125 -..76 102. 160 106 —70 .-26 .. 76 148 126, 151 151 146 120, 155 97, 152 .-70 112 142 .... 17 117 127 ._..69 ...76 70 -.-76 -.76 130 120 ..76 -N— Nabtir. Marie.. -.76 Naughton, Mike . 46, 138 Neal. David 46, 155 Neal. Keith 76, 140, 147 Neal. Sharon 76 Neddcrman, Robert 70, 101, 102, 129, 166 Neefse, Suzanne . — 70 Negrete, Christine 71 Nelson. Michele 76 Nelson, Virginia 76 Nemo. Linda 71 Newton, Sally 47, 130 Newton, Teari 47, 105 Nichols, Fredrick 71 Name Page Nichols, Marr Genea . 47, 89, 105, 122. 12! Nichols, Ronnie 47 Nicholson, David _.76, 144 Nicholson, Sandra-.14, 47, 126, 130, 131 Nicodemus, Mr. George.. 144 Nielsen, Dii. .ih 47, 122. 1U4, i.il, Nielsen, Ingelise 47, 87, 124, 166, Niffenegger. Patricia - 47. Noble, Michael 21, 71, 118, 138, Nodland, Anna. 76, NtKllanfl. Beverly Nodland, Michael 71, 129, Nolan. Mr. William 10, Nordaker, Craig . .47, 94. 96, Nucholls, Derek - -76, Obrecht, Rene Ochoa, Alfred O ' Connor, Karen O ' Donnell, Brian „ O ' Gorman. Ekiward Ohm. Raelene -.47, 110, Ohnmacht, John 13, 76, Oleson, Bill Oline, Gregory Oliver, David .. Oliver, Gale. Olmstead. Cynthia 47. 112, Olmstead. Kathy 76, Olmstead. Ronald _69, Olney, Tim 71, OIney, Tom 76, Olson, Bill Olson. Janice . 71, 110, 122, Olson, Jeri-y Osborne, Don 76, Osborne. Nancy Oster. Holnine 48. 60, 99. 122, 127. 130. 132, 154, Ostrem, Kathleen Ostrem, Scott.- Ostring, Joy 59, Overholser, Miss Marffe....9, Overton, Charles Owens. Van Oxenford. Shawna- Oxenford, Tanya Oxenford. Tara -48, r.48. 112, 167 122, 130 116, 147 123 .47 103, 146 129 95. 121 ...68 105 ...76 ...47 .-71 . 71 155 128 .76 —76 ...71 ...47 89, 121 130 104 117 140 140 131 - .48 140 -.48 117, 155 76 —48 105 123 . . 76 219 -.71 127 .76 — P— Pagano, Charles 59 Pagitt, Robin 71, 127 Palmer, Bruce 74, 104 Palmer. Mr. Max 10 Parker. Nancy -..76 Parker. Robert 71 Parker, Vergil 71 Parrish, Lynn 48, 97, 118, 116. 112, 124 Pai-sons. E arl 76, 102, 139, 148 Pai-sons. Mr. LeRoy 21. 126 Pascoe. Martha.- _ 76 Pate. Robert 76 Patterson. Larry -..71 Patterson, Lucy -.71 Payne. David 76 Payne, Chris 76 Payney, Wilma- 48, 116 Pecina. Lari-y 48 Pedersen, Robert 48 Pedersen. Steven.— 48, 125 Peglow, Steve 71, 139 Pender. Lari-y 76 Pender, Stephen 59, 71 Perry, Jean 48 Perry, Mr. Lowell - 8 Person, Ronnie.- 19, 48, 104 Petei-son. Allen- 58, 104, 148 Peterson, Anne 71 Peterson, Dennis 71, 108, 129, 138 Peterson, Mrs. Blaine 16 Peterson, Jeannine 76, 102 Peterson, John.. — 48 Petithoi-y, Richard 71 Petty. Lynn - 71 Phares, Dorothy 19, 49, 89, 97, 98, 105, 112, 121, 155 Philliiw, Mr. John 14 Phipps, Janel 71, 131, 132 Phipps, John . . 76, 79, 116, 104, 129, 140 Phipps. Marcia- — 49. 126 Phoenix. Jo 20. 76. 105 Phoenix. Miss Phyllis-... 16. 100 Pickett. Denise — 59 Pick tt. Roger- Pierce. Cai-ol- -71, 143 71 Name Pilcher. Alvin ■■ li. ' i . liavc Pilcher, Michael- Pillers, Mr. Martin Pilmer, Joyce . .. Po lito, J(»hn Poore. Michft ' ! — ■. Povir- ti, . ■ , I ' oppe, Shelly Porter, Diane 7«, 122, Potter, Bruce 71, 103, 137, 161, Potter, Carol 49, Powell. Mr. Don 17, 89, Powell, Guy 76, 140, Powell, Linda Powers, Mary- Preston, Arlan Price, Kathy „71, 126, Priebe. Christie 76. 127, Prino. T m1 76, 117. Pi-opst, Dennis Pryor, Christina 76, 112, 117, 123, Purscell, Mclvin Page 117 .76 —71 —8 76 " ,7 147 .-76 —76 131 117, 166 130 137 148 -.49 _49 -71 130 132 140 ...76 116, 127 —76 Quick, Chuck - " 6, 140 Quick. Cynthia 49, 89. 119, 121, 122. 125 Quick. Kathleen 71, 89. 108, 116, 121, 122 Quinn, Miss Marilyn 17 — R— Rae, Mari 49, 64, 94, 96, 116, 117, 121 Ramey, Georgia 49, 121 , 124, 126, 130 Ramsey, Rick 49, 64, 84, 85, 116, 118, 124, 137 Ramsey, Robert 49 Randall, Pamela -.49, 182, 160 Uarick. E lwin 71 Rasmussen, Janis.— — . — 71 Rauch, Susan 76 Rayman, Ronald 49, 127, 165 Read, James 71 Reardon. Alice 50, 106, 107 Redd. Robert 71 Redic, Delaina 50, 106, 121 Reeck. Gloria 76 Reed, Kenneth 50 Reese. Gale 71, 122 Reese. Griffith.. Reeves, Dale — Reeves, Velva- -76, 18, 182 50 -.71, 130 Rekmanis, Bob 60 Rew. Janet 71, 106, 107 Reynolds, Jack 71, 86, 139, 143, 156 Reynolds, Shawn 71, 84, 86, 119, 121, 122. 109, 156 Rhinehart. Mark -..76 Rhiner. Milton 76, 140 Rhoades, Karol 50 Rhoades, Pamela 71 Rice, Roxy 76 Richai-dson, Amy 50, 64, 98, 111, 132, 155, 162 Richie. Terri -76 Ridgeway, Mr. Jerry 15 Ridgway, Mai-y... 71, 89, 108, 121 Riding, JoAnn 71 Riding, Roy 71 Rieff Margaret 18. 50, 60, 101, 103, 106, 107, 164, 155, 156 Riggs, Linda 50 Ririe. Todd 71, 139, 151 RisUu, William 71 Ritchie, Nancy 19, 60, 99, 121. 122. 123, 127, 154, 158 Rittel, Ronald 60 Rivers. Charles —-50 Robert, John 103 Pierick, James. — _..59, 104 Pierick, Jane .49, 106, 107, 130 Pierick. Thomas _ 76, 104 Roberts. Linda . —71, 180 Robci-ts, Linda 60, 96, 121 Robertson. Gregory- 71 Robertson, JoAnn — . 76 Robinson, James 71 Robinson, Robert —76 Rodine, Richard 71, 117, 120, 122. 125, 128, 129, 132 Rodriguez. Mary 76 Roff. Tana 71, 182 Rogers, Craig 60, 103, 104 Rogers, Linda -— . 76 Rogers. William Bl Roll. William 76 Rollison, William.-76, 116. 117, 118, 126. 137. 144, 148, 169 Romick. Roger — 61 Rosenberg, Judith . 61. 79, 111. 121. 124, 127, 150, 155 Rossow, James 51, 60, 124, 155 Roush. Debie 51, 102, 117, 123, 125, 156 Roush, Patricia 51, 131, 132 Routson, David 76 Routson, Steven— „ 51 Royal, Sue 61 —203— Royer, Rudsill, Rumme, Russell, Russell. Russell. Russell Kutan. Rutz, Robert Michael- John William David Donald . Jane Terry Becky Tim 51, .71, Page _76 116, 126, 129, 146 51, nr. ; 1 71 Name Page Ryan, Charlotte Sable, James — 6 Sadler, Robert _ -_..76 Salkiewicz, Ann 76, 10b. 107, 132 Salkiewicz, James 52, 146 Sallade, Fern 71 Salsow, Mr. Lawrence ZZ S.tiuIpi-s. Paula 76 Sanui-i.-. l{..Kcr 19, 62. 97. 98 Sandle, Cathy. 52, 102, 109 Sapp, Reginald 76 Sarantschin, Raissa 22, 62, 89. 112, 124. 155 Sassatelli, Lynda. -71, 130 Satre, Mark 76, 103, 104 Saucrbrei. Murray ..- 22, 62, 139. 148 Searcello, Jim 76 Scai-cello, Michael 71 Scavo, Mr, Vincent 14 Schatz, Bob 71, 99, 103, 120, 129 Schlaser, Jane. _76, 106. 107 Schlegell, Dennis 52, 183 Schlegel, Doug 76, 140 Schmitz, Becky 76 Schnirring, Eric 71, 129 Schnoor, Judy _..76 Schultz, Christine _ 71 Schwab, Gary. 71, 79, 99, 129, 143, 144 Schwab, Penny..l9, 52, 97, 98, 103, 122, 154, 155 Schwartz, Grant 76, 102, 143, 144, 148 Schwartz, Roger. 71 Sciachitano, Jeannine. 52 Scott, Paul 76 Seals, Barbara 71, 123 Seals, Karen 71, 105 Seaton, Camille 52 Sechovec, Kirby 52, 147 Seldon, Jane 77 Sellers, Ksther 71 Sellei-s, Mrs. Phyllis 26, 122 Seward, Sharon ...71, 103, 132 Seymour, Mike 77 Shaeffer, Dorothy 77, 120 Shaffer. Fred 52 Shaffer, Margaret 52 Shannon, Linda 14, 52 Shaw, Christina 77 Shaw, Teresa 71, 131 Shearer, Thelma — . 62 Sheets, Kay 71 Sheibley, Chris 77 Sheldon, Richard 77 Shelton, Jack 53 Shelton, Verna 71 Shepard, Jack 71, 103. 115 Sheridan, Rick — ,71 Shogren, Alan -. 59 Shueman, Cindy 71, 79, 112, 121 Shoning. Christine .77, 105, 120 Short. Donald 77, 146 Short. Russell 116, 118, 126, 140, 144 Shortridge, Sarah ...71. 106, 131 Shortridge, Sharon 77 Shrader, Rickey _ — 71 Shung, Noralie — 63, 131 Sidoner. Barbara 10, 71, 106, 107. 112. 122 Siepmann, Michael 71, 116, 129. 139, 148 Siepmann, Patricia 53. 108. 133, 158 Silk. John.. . 7, 117, 122, 144, 148 Simms. Mary ...77, 111, 120, 132 Simpson. Harold 59 Sims. Hershel 71 Singleton. Elaine „ 71 Singleton, Sam 77, 140 Sirianni. Linda 53 Sitterle. Larry 71 Six, Donald 71 Slack, Mark 58, 99 Slater, Linda. 63, 166 Slaughter, Charles 77, 140 Slaughter. Lynette...._ 77 Slavens, Louie 71 Smallwood, Connie 77 Smart. Pauline 53 Smith, Cheryl 77 Smith, Daniel 63, 116 Smith, Ekldie 59 Smith. Greg Smith, James._77. 140, 144, " Smith, James — .Smith. Linda. iili rty 77, in4, 14U, Smith, Mary 77, Smith, Rebecca. 71, Smith, Robert Smith, Vickie Smith. Willie ...77 148 _.71 53 147 131 124 „71 ...77 Snedden, Leslie 63, 99, 122, 124, 127, Snedden. Donald Snethen, Gregory. Sommei-s, Jaydee 77, Sonnenburg, Janet.™. Sorter. David Spagnolo, Frank Spagnolo, Toni Sparks. Kathy 77, 123, Sparks, Patricia.. Spates, Peggy 63, 95, 96, 117, 118, 121, 164. 155, Spencer, Linda Sperry, Jean 72, 130, Spicer, Kathy 72, Spillers, Mark. Spratt, Elizabeth 53, 130. Spriggs, Penny Spriggs, Vickie. 72, 112, Spurgin, Lon 54, Standing, Linda 64, 124, Stanfield, Linda 54, 130, Stanley. Wayne. Starkovich, Linda...77, 106. Starkovich. Sheila 72, 108, Staver. Mark Steele. Donald 22, 54, 118, 127, 129, 143, 148, Steele. Susan 72, Steele, Terrasa .. Stelpflung, Linda.. Stephens, Karen 72, 122. Stephens, Phyllis Stephens, Sandy 77, Stewart, Debra Stewart, Diane 77, 106, 112, 116, 118, Stewart, Kristin 64, 89, 107, 112, 130, 134, Stewart, Susan 54, 89, 113, 116, 132, Stelow, Robert- Stiles, Vickie 77, 101, Stith, Ted Stitzell. Dave 77, -54. 117, Stitzell. Michael . Stockwell. Kathy.. Stole. Richard Stone, Barbara 77, 107, Storck, Cheryl 72, 131, Storm, Diane _ Stout. Janie 72, 123, 130. Stout. Judith... 72, 123. 131. Stout. Kathryn 72, 127, Stout. Margaret Strathman. Mari .72, 121, Streeter. Danny... _ Streyffeler. Mr. Lawrence... Sullivan. Vicki Summers. Jessica Sundell, Darrcll Suplee. Kathy Swanson, Martha 72, 79, 112, 117. 121, 127, Swanson, Sheryll .. 54, 99, 125, 130, Swartz, Catherine Swartz, James „ Swartz, John...54, 102, 160, Sweat, Vivian Sweet, Kathleen „ Swett, Mrs. Frances 10, Swigert, Larry 72, 104, Switzer, Jane Switzer. Katherine Switzer. Kathleen 110, 164 . 53 ...77 132 ...71 ...77 ...71 ...59 131 . 72 102, 124, 162 ...72 132 150 _..77 , 83, 132 ...72 156 1.50 102, 155 127, 165 .-59 127 166 ...77 117, 139, 155 111 72 77 112. 150 ...72 130 ....77 107, 127 106, 150 111, 155 ...77 103 ....77 140 150 -.77 ...64 106, 116 103, 150 ...77 131 132 130 ...77 158 ...64 ...11 ...77 _77 ...77 ..72 94. 119, 156 116, 154 ...72 ...77 155 ...77 .54 125 129 _72 ...64 .-54 — T— Tafta, Jacqueline Taggart, Joan.. 77 72 Taylor, Mr. Gary 21, 137 Taylor, Deborah_ 72, 125 Taylor, Edward.. _ 55 Taylor, Judith... 55, 64, 89, 108, 119 Taylor, Martina 77 Taylor, Susan 66, 64, 124 Teale. Leota 77, 127 Teamer, Ronnie 72 Name Page Terrell, Ruth 55 Terrell, Susan 77 Tcsdall. Ives 72 Tharii. Sherry 77. 120 Thomas, Alfred. 77, 139, 143, 148 Thomas, Bruce 77 Thomas, Diane 72 Thoma.s, Reginald 77 Thomas, Ronny 77 ' I " homi)son, David 55 Thomi son, Dixie „ 55 Thompson, Jeff. 77. 140, 147 Thompson, Mr. John 19, 121 Thompson, Johnny 23, 72 Thompson, Robert 77 Thoren, Tom 55, 64, 83, 116, 117, 118, 139 Tierney, Kathy 65 Tindrell, Dolly 89 Tinker, John 59, 121, 158 Tinker, Mary 77, 121, 168 Tisa, Leo 55 Tolson, Onata 23, 77 Tomlinson, Charles... 56, 83, 155 Townsley, Dee 77 Tracy, David 77 Triplett, Sherretta 77, 105 Troster, Randy 77 Trout, Marta 66, 130, 131 Tullis, Douglas 55 Tullis, Kathleen..__ 77 Turley, Karen 77 Turner, Carol 77 Turner, Pam 77 — U— Underwood, Russell —77, 140 — V— Van Cleave, Arthur 72 Van Dam, Mary 72, 106, 107, 121, 127 Vandcrlinden. Joyce 65 Vanderwerf. Dennis 72, 139, 151 VanDorn, Karen 72, 111, 127, 156 Van Hoosear, Louis 66. 60, 102, 114, 117, 120, 127, 128, 129, 165, 162 VanKleek, Sheila 23, 77, 125, 131 Vanni, Beatrice 77, 106, 107 Vaughn, Gerald 56 Vaughn, Ronnie „ 77 Vecchi, Rhonda 77, 131 Veenschoten, Dee Ann _.72, 112, 156 Veenschoten, Sheryl 66, 109 Venenga, Douglas 77 Vermeys, Randall 69 Vest, Gloria 72 Vestal, Terry 72 Villa, Vincent 59 Vitteteaux, Mrs. Sally 23 Voegtlin, Linda 66, 60, 110, 112. 116, 117, 120 Vosburg, Jane 72, 111 — W— Waddell, Paula 77 Waggoner, Susan 56 Walker. Betty 77 Walker, Colleen 72 Walker, Edward 66 Wallace, Charles 18, 77, 101, 159 Wallace, Jack-_ 72, 151 Wallace, Lee Anne 56, 123, 131, 155 Wallukait. Dennis U Walter. Debra ..72, 106. 107 Walters, Linda 66 Waltz. Randall 72 Wand, Mr. Jay 21 Warner, Mark 77 Warren, Mr. John 23 Warren. John 77, 140, 148 Warrick. Robert 77, 102, 128 Waterman, Douglas 77 Waterman, Donna 72 Watei-man, Gwen 56, 89, 97, 108. 116, 117, 118, 121. 132, 160, 154 Watkins, Sheryl 72, 106. 107, 112, 121, 124, 127, 130 Watkins, Vonderlyre 72, 116, 132, 156 Watson, Carole 56, 124. 130 Watson, Cecil 77 Watson, John 69 Watson, Mary... 66, 77, 111, 113, 124, 132, 165, 162 Watson, Tom 77 Wease, Eugene. 66 Wease, Mary. 77 Weaver. Karen 77, 133 Weaver, Marirose 72 Weaver, Theresa 77 Name Page Webb, Garoldine 56, Webb, Kenneth... .77, 146, Webb, Mr. Wendell 6, 80, Webb-Bey, Harry 72, Web-Bey, Juanita Webb-Bey, Robert 56, Weber, Bonita Weber, Girard ._66, Weddell, Janelle 72, Weikert, LaDonna Weilbi-enner, Mrs. Mari Lou Weis. Ronald Welborn, Doug Welch. Glenn Wells Wells, Welch, Jack 77, 140, 147. Glenn _ 121, Mike Welsh, Anne Marie. 57, 102, 165, Wessel, Rodney Westby, Patty Westendorf, Wayne. Western, Donita 59, Western, Michael 67, Westlake, Cheryl Westlake, S mdra. Westlund, Cynthia 72, Westphal, Verona 72, Wheeler, Larry 72, Wheeler. Stanley..... White, Donold 57, 133, White, Linda Whitfield, Harmon Whitney, Mr. Ken.. -23, 142, Wickham. Mr. James Wickliff, David Wickliff, Randi 78, 117, Wiedemeier, Mr. Larry.... Wilbert, Nancy 57, Wilcox, Carl 72, Wilder, Victor.. Wildman, Mr. Irvin Williams, Annette... 67, 105, Williams, Darnell... 69, 104, Williams, David Kathryn.... Rick Roger Sue. Williams, Williams, Williams, Williams. Willis, Alane. 78, Willis, Billie Willis, Gail 67, Wills, Richard 72, Willson, Barbara Wilmeth, Mi-s. EHsie 15, Wilson, Darrell „.„ Wilson, Mrs. Erma Wilson. Julie 19, 72, Wilson. Thomas Winters, John Witte, Kathleen Wohlwend. Barbara 106, Wolfe. Debbie. Wolverton, Patrick Wonders. Randy ...72, Wong, Wong, Wong, Wood, Wood, Wood, Woody, Bill . Linda Mary Chris Patty Rebecca Bonny. .59, .78, — 23 78, 122, Woodyard, James. 78, Woodyard, Mike 72, 103, Worden, Mr. Eugene.. _. Worster, Kathy 57, 95, 102, 121, 156, 168, Lee 78, Worster, Wright, Wright, Diana .78, Hugh 78, Wright, LeAnn 57, Ruth 72, Wright, Wright, Sandra 72. 116, Wyman, Paul 58, Wynn, Linda 72, 122, 130, 123 140, 148 , 86 104 ...59 151 ..77 133 130 ....72 ..18 -57 .139 —77 117, 161 , 98 ....77 101, 162 72 „.67 .72 89 135 77 ..57 130 131 146 ...78 147 ..67 ...28 139, 151 ...10 ...57 130 ... 21 131 128 ...72 „. 21 122 143 ...72 ...72 _ 67 _.78 _.78 106 ..72 132 129 —.78 124 ..72 __20 105 -.79 _.59 ...78 -.72, 107 ...78 _.72 147 147 ...78 122 ..72 , 78 ..72 132 103 101, 129 .12 101, 155, 162 103 102 126 ISO 102 117 104 117. 132 — Y— Yamen, Vicky 72 Yard, Alan 78 Yaw, Dorothy_ 78, 106 Young, James 78 Young, James... 22, 68, 117, 126 Youngberg, Eric 59, 95, 121, 129, 158 Youngblood, Terry 78 Zawistowski, John.... 72 Zawistowski, Patty 58 Zettle, Debbie 78, 106, 107 Zike, Mr. Thomas 23 204


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