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

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SPIRIT OF 69 IS SHOWN IN: SCHOOL LIFE 5 SPORTS 25 SENIORS 47 UNDERCLASSMEN 79 ACADEMICS 89 ORGANIZATIONS 109 TALENT 129 ADVERTISING 157 —2— Polar Bear 1969 North High School Des Moines, Iowa 4 Student Center Scene For After Game Parties Open houses are a very important part of the social life of many of the students here at North. The student center provides the perfect atmosphere for fun and relaxation where students can come and enjoy themselves after the football and basketball games. Pictured above and below are some Northites enjoying themselves at the after-game parties. Marty Smith displays his masculine powers at the spirit week car bash. Crash! " Up, Up, and Away " Homecoming ' 68 Seniors, Becky Bush and Jack Reynolds reign over this years ' 76th homecoming events. This week spirited-off with a clash day on Monday. Various displays of wild and dynamic clothes and color combinations clashed about the halls. Tuesday was headed with the car bash and Senior day. All seniors wore their green and white to show their enthusiasm and spirit. The car bash was a big hit with the guys. For a quarter you could take three swings at the heap. Wednesday was Junior day. They in turn wore their green and white to help inspire school spirit. Sophomores took their spin on Thursday. This days ' special attraction was the traditional Powder Puff Derby played between the senior women and the underclass girls. Friday was highlighted by the car parade and the float for the candidates. During the half-time show at the game against Valley, the nominees were presented to the audience. " Up, Up and Away " was the theme of this years ' Homecoming Dance. Jack was chosen as Mr. Football and Becky was the Queen of events. The Queen ' s Court consisted of two seniors, Martha Swan- son and Ann Kinnamon, two juniors, Joyce Brewton and Linda McCarty, and two sophomores, Pam Eakins and Jody Reynolds. —9— Spinster Spree Boy-Hunt Leads to Dog Patch North High takes pride in their Student Council. The council has sponsored several activities and projects this year. The Spinster Spree was the girl ' s chance to go out on a boy-hunt and treat the guy to an evening of fun and entertainment. Sadie Hawkins and date entered the town of " Dog Patch. " A casino parlor, a kick- a-poo-joy juice stand, and a dance were just a few of the events of that evening. Entertainment was provided by the " Milk of Human Kindness " situated in the boys ' gym. Social Committee Chairmen for the Spree were Debbie Hall and Dick Rodine. Students gamble their money away at one of the Casinos. —10— ree, Open House and Bulletin Board Council Projects A new attraction to the main lobby this year is the bulletin board. The council raised money through the Spree and other events to undergo the project. Scott McAdams is seen here arranging the display for the announcement of the spring musical. The Student Council also sponsored a special open house dance this spring. The students came in any kind of dress and enjoyed an evening of dancing, listening to records, playing basketball, and chatting about the week ' s events. Students Enjoy Variety In Assemblies NHS Flag Twirlen pre — n 1 flaj? routines. NHS students have viewed a wide variety of assemblies this year. Miss America, Marilyn Van Derbur; the Blue Notes, for Pancake Day; the Flag Twirlers and the Sound Generation are only a few of the assemblies enjoyed by the student body. The Blue Notes presenting kick-off for Pancake Day. Students Prepare For Future As future leaders of America, students participated in simulated government activities. Election year ' 68 presented an excellent opportu- nity for the students to hold a mock election. From this activity students gained an insight on voting pro- cedures. Seniors also visited the Iowa State Legislature on Governors U.N. Day, sitting on the sessions of the House and Senate. ature. Students registering to vote. Classroom Part Of Student Life The biggest percentage of a student ' s time is spent in the classroom. Here they expand their knowledge of the world and the things surrounding it. Here are some of the various classrooms around North High. Coach Whitney in his new role of teaching Black history. th hour class. Mrs. Malterud teaches her work study class American history. — 14— Cheei leader Patti Hlumer uiycs her team n t » victory. Spirit Is Key At NHS Spirit has been the key to this year ' s enthusiasm in all aspects of school life. When a student walks across that field, court, street, or track in the traditional green and white uni- form, a burst of spirit overwhelms the soul of the onlooker. Spirit is most vividly displayed at the athletic events in which NHS participates. Whether the team is behind or ahead, the spirit of the crowd still prevails for spirit does not die in the youth of today. The scholar, athlete, musician, and actor must also have this spirit to help them display their talents to the fullest capacity. The students here at NHS possess this spirit which is needed and keeps them going. Cheerleaders Janie Hooper, Deanna Bergman and Bob Lawson ring out the victory bell after the New- ton game. Our NHS basketball team come out on the court ready to win the game. As the years roll by, students tack nick- names on their fellow classmates because of certain outstanding characteristics. In honor of their last game, the Boy ' s Club put the nicknames of the senior basketball play- ers on the name board. Bailey — Ron Kel- log, Super Sam — Mike Long and Hondo — Bob Luxen acquired their names from fa- mous basketball players. f mm niuitt x | mum % mra si w fttltfttt u rSNMim 11 ft«W tMftW Boy ' s Club members Mike Nodland, Dave McGinnis and Don Krause prepare the basketball name board before the game. NHS Goes To POT t • t • • • 1 3S « POT bV XD ALCQHo During the past year NHS was the target for some harsh accusations made on the floor of the Iowa State Senate. According to one member of the Senate, students of North could purchase cold beer in the parking lot and cafeteria as well as attend sex orgies. The students of North were able to predict the trouble that would arise after the false statements were made, so the student body president and others of the council started peti- tions stating that the accusations were not fair and that we as a school backed our Principal, Mr. Wendell Webb. Students of the art department con- structed this sign as a joke so that all students would know where to go for booze and pot. We on the Polar Bear Staff would like to state that our school is not go- ing to pot! Student Council Presiden Rollison and Mike Noble pi students support. Jhuck Brewton, Diane Stewart, Sandy Griffin, Bill nt Dr. Dwight Davis with the petitions showing the — 18— Homeroom Trophy " We ' ll make North number 1 V Northites serve pancakes, The Annual pancake day was introduced with an assembly featuring 4, Brindley ' s Bubbling Bari- tones, " the Blue Notes, and other featured guests. The sophomore class walked off with the travel- ing trophy, but Senior Sylvester Green holds the highest record of selling 207 tickets. The pancake ticket sale was quite a race with the trophy traveling from home room to home room but Soph H.R. 222 walked off with the trophy. Senior Sylvester Green holds the highest record of selling 207 tickets. The record last year was 129. Satisfied customers enjoy Pancake Da; Nancy Lavine receives the Pancake Trophy for homeroom 227. — 19— Through The NHS Halls Sophomores touring 1 the Salisbury House. Sophomores Take Role in School Life Big " T " sophomores viewing murals. Sophomores certainly play their part in school life. They come in as scared little children and soon are swept up in swing of high school life. Here are just a few pictures of sophomores in their role of school life. Sophomores perched in their home room seats, more commonly known as the " shelf. " —21 — In and Around North High Now I lay me down to sleep, homework piled Scott and his Studebaker — Summer Blonde or Sum- mer Brute? Members of our male faculty hard at work? —22— Dijr the physique! —25— WHAT IT ' S ALL ABOUT This is your first game, son. I hope you win. I hope you win for your sake not mine. Because winning ' s nice. It ' s a good feeling, Like the whole world is yours. But it passes, this feeling. And what lasts is what you ' ve learned. And what you learn about is life. That ' s what sports is all about. Life. The whole thing is played out in the afternoon. The happiness of life. The miseries. The joys. The heartbreaks. There ' s no telling how you ' ll do. You might be a hero or you might be absolutely nothing. There ' s just no telling. Too much depends on chance. Oh, how the ball bounces. I ' m not talking about the game, son. I ' m talking about life. But it ' s life that the game is all about. Just as I said. Because every game is life. And life is a game. A serious one. Dead serious. Winning is fun Sure. But winning is not the point. Wanting to win is the point. Not giving up is the point. Never being satisfied with what you ' ve done is the point. Never letting up is the point. Never letting anyone down is the point. Play to win. Sure. But lose like a champion. Because it ' s not winning that counts. What counts is trying. (Courtesy of Wilson Sporting Goods From April 14, 1969 Sports Illustrated) (Reprinted by permission) North Upends No. 8 Bettendorf, Ties For Football is truly a magnificent sport. Eleven young men marching with machine like move- ment along a hundred yard field, fighting, scratching, and giving all they possess for a single, age old goal, victory in athletic com- petition. Every year it is the same thing, 50 or 60 boys struggling through devastating Spartan like training to gain a position on the all im- portant varsity squad. Some gain ultimate fame, others splinters, never-the-less the thrill of the game is present for all. One hasn ' t lived until he runs onto the field before a game and feels the adrenalin flow through his veins, bringing a feeling of strength and power. To see the thousands upon thousands of fans cheering with the hearts for a victory for the home team. Football brings pleasant memories for North supporters this year, although the team fin- ished with a 4-4 record, it had a great season. After downing Goliath, Bettendorf, the state ' s No. 9 team, North followed with a crushing 56-7 victory over Tech and then followed with wins over Lincoln and Hoover that highlighted a fourth place finish in the newly expanded Metropolitan Conference. That was not all that was won. The trophy for the steadfast admiration from all who stood before the Polar Bears is one that will never be seen in the display cases, but still one that will always be present in our minds. Denny Lewis (No. loss to the Tigers. 67) and Gordon Cox stack up Valley carrier homecoming Honorable Mention All-City Chuck Clark Gordon Cox Bill Florence Ron Kellogg Mike Long Bob Luxen 1968 All-City First Team Bill Rollison Denny Lewis i Fred Nichols Scott McAdam Steve Peglow Bruce Potter Marty Smith Tom Minks (Pat Snodgrass Award winner) nrinP —28— Fourth In Metropolitan Conference Bruce Potter clears the path for a long gain by rambling halfback Bill Rollison. " Many Men Have And Many The last game of the season has a special meaning for the Senior members of the football team. Three years of painstaking work all drawn to a close in this one final minute of glory. The last game of the ' 68 season was preceeded by the annual burning of the old shoe. At this ceremony all the senior members of the squad give their thoughts on what football has meant and done to them as young men. That last game was not a victory, but the scoreboard did not show how each boy gave all that he had and always for the team. Football is a game of sacrifice and these boys were willing to pay the price. Be- fore each game there would appear a motto on the dressing room wall. Chuck Clark sprints for daylight as the blocking wall forms perfectly behind (left to right) Chuck Freeman, Scott McAdarr Reynolds, and Denny Lewis. —30— Made Mistakes, Mistakes, Have Made Men " These messages, usually written by Coach Strand, a student teacher who gave up his own time for the team, had a special meaning for the squad. The last was probably the most significant and will always stand out in the minds of the players, " You play the game for 32 minutes, but you remember it the rest of your life. " 1968 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE North 14 Bettendorf 13 North 39 Tech 7 North 7 East 15 North 6 Dowling 19 North 14 Roosevelt 35 North 20 Lincoln 6 North 24 Hoover 21 North 12 Valley 24 n Don Massman Fred Miller (iene Miller Jim Miller Keith Neal Mike Noble (irejf (Mine Dennis Peterson John Phipps (iuy Powell Ted Prine Milton Khiner Mike Siepmann John Silk Sam Singleton Doug Welborn J ark Welch Kir Wills (Not pictured — Hill Meson) —31 — Bill Florence shoots for two in loss to touprh second place finisher Valley. Binky Burks unloads shot enroute to sectional victory. —32— VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Mike Long, Vic Carson, Binky Burks. Bob Florence, Kevin Brov Whitney, Pat Hampe, Bob Luxen. Bill Rollison, Roger Pickett, Bob Garver, Bill Florence, Carl Butlei , Chuck Freeman, Coach Ken ch Jim Lyle (sitting). METRO CONFERENCE STANDINGS Roosevelt Valley East North Lincoln Hoover Dowling Tech 13- 1 11- 3 8- 6 6- 8 6- 8 5- 9 4-10 1-13 Even All-City performer Bob Florence finds the going tough against two Hoover defenders. Florence Surpasses Hall ' s Long, Burks Named North ' s basketball record was far from impressive this year, but their accomplishments were many. In the second game of the season the Polar Bears set a single game scoring mark by downing Nevada 105-65. Bob Florence, the only unanimous all-city choice, set a school scoring mark by compiling 69 points in a two game set. And later in the year he sur- passed Rick Hall ' s season mark by 34 points, hitting 484 for the season. He was also named to the Register and Tribune ' s all-state fourth team. After tying for fifth place in the Metro confer- ence, North dumped 17-2 Knoxville 92-86, and defeated S.E. Polk in the district but was dumped by No. 4 Roosevelt 71-59. The team wound up with a 10-11 over-all record, but it must be noticed that the team ' s main weakness was the absence of a big man which seems so valuable in today ' s modern game. The team relied on speed and ball-handling plus 100% teamwork to play their fast-breaking style of ball. (Below left): Bill Florence eyes rebound during game with Newton. (Below right) : Grant Schwartz hits two in post-season win. in early season victory over Hoover. -34— Scoring Record As Co-Captains For ' 68- ' 69 Ron Kellogg gets tip in big game against highly rated Knoxville. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM — Coach Ken Whitney, John Doherty, Randy Nicholson, Lou Danes, Roy Pascall, Brent Cox, Jeff Arlow. Front row: Rob Carver, Carl Butler, Bob Luxen, Bill Rollison, Pat Hampe, Bill Florence, Vic Carson, Roger Pickett. —35— Chuck Freeman finds the going tough in game against Roosevelt. It looks somewhat like football. Sophomores Post 5-3 Season Record SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM— Front Row: Ray Lorenz, Dave Lake, Brent Cox, Sam Allen, Cordell Kirby, Kelly Evans, Squeaky Lewis, Lonnie Rollen, Coach Ron Peterson. Row 2: Bob Johansen, Steve Hollingsworth, Tom Shelton, Rick Hubbard, Marion Oline, Lou Danes, Steve Nichols, Jerry Jackson, Chuck Dameron. Row 3: Nic Gartener, Bob Garver, Gary McClanahan, Bud Griffin, Phil Johnson, Greg Greenfield, Bob Calloway, David Hayes. Row 4: Roy Paschall, Dean Jurgensen, Jeff Feeley, Jay Sample, Dave Clinton, Dave Huston, Rodney Price, Ken Brewer, Don Lewi-. —36— Cubs Beat Roosevelt, Go With Quickness And Hot Shooting SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM: Ivan Gray, Randy Parker, Dean Jurgensen, Dave Huston. Jim Calhound, Gay McDonald, Chuck Cheatom, Lonnie Rollen, Coach George Nicodemus, Russ Darr, Kelly Evans, Bud Griffin, Barry Jackson, Don Brown, Roy Paschall, Rodney Price, Don Stickney. The sophomore year in either football or basketball is spent learning the basic fundamentals of the game and preparing for varsity action. Next year ' s hopes are always measured on the sophomore teams and if this is true the future is bright. The first year gridders were short in number but made up for it in spirit and the willingness to work. The soph ' s didn ' t accomplish a fantastic record but they did win the respect of the teams they played. For the first time in many years the sophomore basketball team beat the Little Riders of Roosevelt. That alone is an accomplishment. Like the gridders, the team was short, not in numbers but in height. The team was marked by quick, agile ball-handlers and good shooters. Cross Country Paced By Anderson, Vanderwerf and Ririe CROSS COUNTRY TEAM— Front Row: Loren Peterson, Ray Day, Bill McDermott, Dennis Vanderwerf, Todd Ririe. Back Row: Bob Baker. Pat Hampe, Dean Gillaspey, Steve Anderson, Earl Parsons, Larry Gnewikow, Coach Ken Whitney. —37— Marty Smith with his pin in prives an un-weleome homecoming to former Northite Denny Anderson 175 pound class. Welch Compiles 21-1-1 Noble Captures Fifth In the past few years wrestling at North has been a far walk from success- ful. Last year ' s wrestling team compiled a dual meet record that included but one dual meet victory. But, the times they are a changin ' . Wrestling has been called a sport of individuals at North, every year one or two really good wrestlers but never a great team effort. This year ' s squad showed disbelievers their other side. The team had many good wrestlers, a few great performers and fine competition at every weight class. The team sent four qualifiers to the district meet and finally two to the state meet held in Waterloo. In his third year as head coach at North, Tom Lutz has made accomplishments to look on with pride, Jack Welch, a 154 pound junior, compiled a 21-1-1 record, went all the way to the championship round and Mike Noble tied for fifth place as North took a well-deserved 14th place in the state meet. The only heartaches were Jack ' s loss in the final round, and Mike Poore ' s loss in the district. Last year ' s 95 pound champ, Mike lost to Don Williams, the state ' s eventual champ at 1 1 2 pounds in the sectionals. mm Mike Noble shows the determination that helped him gain fifth place in the state meet. Gordon Cox strains for Hoover opi onent. pinning combination against —38— Record, Places Second In State Meet; As Matmen Have Best Season In Recent Years Chuck Brew ton splashes to his record of 1 :01.7 in the 100 yd. butterfly. Junior Pat Lajko shows fine form on his dive in the city meet. Brewton Slashes Two Records, Tankers Fourth In City Although this year might be termed a rebuilding year, the North swimming team enjoyed a fine season. Placing fourth in city competition, the Polar Bear had outstanding performances from Chuck Brewton, who broke two school records, and Scott McAdam and junior Mike Morse. Brewton had perhaps the finest year of any North swimmer and should be ranked among the all-time greats. Chuck broke the 100 yd. breaststroke, and the 100 yd. butterfly. He also tied the school record in the 50 yd. butterfly. Head Coach Bob Lawson, in his second year at this capacity, formerly the assistant behind Harry Mortensen who now coaches golf, can be commended for his successful record and his fine job of producing a winning squad. JUNIOR VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM— Front Row: Coach Peterson, Mike Nodland, Gary Anderson, Bill Rumme, Bob Johansen. Row 2: Ray Day, Rick Bowlsby, Jim Hunter, Jim Bradley. Golf And Tennis Teams Show Promise For Franz, McPherson and McConnell, Miller Have BO S TENMS TEAM— Front Row: Mike McPherson, Mark Milton, Tim McDonald, Craig Hunter, Dave Franz, Coach John Brindley. Row 2: I. any Davis, Greg Clark, Bob Luxen, Bill Ellsworth, Ron Holmes, Bill Rumme. Row 3: Gary Schwab, David Kness, Bob Warrick, Don Krause, Dick Rodin , Don Lusk, Don Holmes. GIRLS ' TENNIS TEAM — Front Row: Linda McCarty, Cheryl Storck, Janis Olson, Jan Phipps, Kathy Spicer, Janey Hooper, Sue Fisher. Row 2: Beth Darner, Randi Wickliff, Linda Meadows, Kris Hokanson, JoAnn Mainard, Marcy Mumford. Row 3: Sandy Henry, Nancy Lavine, Marcia Kerns, Annette Bobenhouse, April McDonald, Carolyn Mainard, Karen Hunter. —42— Fruitful Spring Season Fine Individual Efforts Golf and Tennis, the " other two " spring sports, are down through the history of the school probably the most successful. Both teams almost always come through with a win- ning season, and with the help of second-year coaches John Brindley and Harry Mortensen, this year should be no exception. Golf has many promising juniors and sopho- mores along with some experienced seniors. Tennis has opened the season with two straight victories in the boys meets and some exciting play on the girls end of it. Steve Row 1: Mr. Harry Mortenson, Linda Garver, Cheryl McConnell, Diane Kalwishky, Karen Crowell, Melanie Minear, Rusty Darr. Row 2: Chris Prandser, Karen Stephens, Debbie Goetz, Robin Pauritt, Sally Jugenheimer, Dave McGinnis. Row 3: Gary Anderson, Jeff Thomson. Huj?h Wright, Jack Gay, Bill Edwards, Gay McDonald. Row 4: Ted Prine, Gene Miller, Milton Rhiner, Dean Gillespey, Jim Calhoun. —43— Place Fourth In Valley Relays On Way To 3rd Place At Marshalltown Cindermen Finish 11th In State Meet Clip 2.3 Seconds Off Medley Once again North ' s track team has jumped off to a quick start early in the season. Approaching the mid-way point in the schedule the Polar Bear ' s have finished 11th in the state indoor meet, fourth in the Valley relays and 3rd in the Bobcat Relays, setting a meet record in the medley relay cut- ting 2.3 seconds off the old mark. North has come up with two sprint men, Chuck Clark and Steve Colton; they finished four and five at the Valley relays with Colton edging Clark in the final 10 yards. Colton also fin- ished first in the Bobcat meet with a 22.8 clocking the 220 yard dash. Bruce Potter should be a top con- tender in the city meet as he finished fi rst in both the shot and discus in a triangular meet against Hoover and Tech. He also took third at the Marsh- alltown meet. Steve McDonald grives an enjoyable imitation of Dick Fosbury and easily clears 5 ' 4 " . VARSITY TRACK TEAM — Front row: Chuck Clark, Leroy Chatfield, Dennis Vanderwerf, John McDonald, Vic Carson, Bill Florence, Chuck Brewton. Back row: Coach Ken Whitney, Joe Jackson, Bruce Potter Pat Hampe, Steve Anderson, Dave Colton, Todd Ririe, Earl Parsons, Bob Florence, Chuck Wallace, Chuck Freeman, Larry Morgan. —45— JUNIOR VARSITY TRACK TEAM— Front Row: Jerry Brown. Ken Brewer, Ray Day, Don Lewis, Wendell Web-bey. Mike Smith, Ray Quinn Brent Cox John Doherty. Jeff Arlow, Bob Parker. Row 2: Dean Jurgensen, James Jefferson. John Manning, Steve Freeman, Neal Brown Dave ( linton, John Stone, Ivan Grey, Steve Nichols, Gary McClanahan, Loren Peterson, Bob Calloway, Larenzo Clark. dlovemen Have Experience For Successful Summer Season For the first time in as long as most can remember baseball has been switched from spring play to a summer league. As before each school will have a team in the City conference. As always North will have a good sound representative team, which should do well in tough league play. Head Coach Bill Funte will again be at the controls trying to guide his team to its first league title in over five years. RETURNING LETTERMEN: Tom Minks, Frank Crosswhite, Mike Lonjr, Denny Lewis, Bill Rollkson, Mike Seipmann, Dave Kauzlarich. —46— —47— KATHY QUICK Historian STEVE PEGLOW Boys Representative WILLIAM HUNTER Boys Representative FRANK CROSSWHITE President BRUCE POTTER Vice-President 1969 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS CAROL JESSEN Girls Representative SHEILA MAIN Girls Representative JANICE CLAUSSEN Treasurer JANET LARSON Treasurer —48— AGEE, SHARON LAVON ASWEGAN, GARY THOMAS DECA 7. AINSWORTH, LINDA B. H.R. Secretary 6 ; " Li ' l Abner " Pep Club 3, 4 ; Student Leader 8. Cast 4; ALCOX, LAURA LOUANNE ALLEN, LARRY JAY ATKINS, PATRICIA ANN H.R. Secretary 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; All State Chorus 5, 6, 7, 8; " In White America " Cast 8; Stu- dent Leader 7, 8. AYCOCK, ALAN DALE Boys Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Gun Club 5, 6; Football 5; Wrestling 3, 4. BAKER, CAROLYN JOANN H.R. Secretary 8 ; Oracle Book Assistant 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8. ANDERSON, GARY KENT H.R. Vice-President 5 ; H.R. Treasurer 3, 7, 8 ; Band 3, 4 ; Debate Club 5, 6 ; Executive Board 5, 6, 7; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 6 ; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 4. ANDERSON, MARSHA LYNN Student Council 5, 7 ; Judicial Board 7 ; H. R. President 5 ; Vice-President 6 ; H.R. Treasurer 3, 4; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8 ; French Club 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. ANDERSON, STEVEN E. Social Committee 7, 8 ; Thespians 7, 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8; " The Insect Com- edy " 7 ; " The Skin of Our Teeth " 7, 8 ; Garden Club 7 ; Kiwanis 6, 6 ; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Executive Board 5, 6 ; Presi- dent 7 ; Cross Country 5, 7 ; Tennis 4, 6 ; Track 8 ; Intramurals 5, 6 ; Library Assist- ant 5, 6. BARKER, GLORIA KAY Student Council 3, 4 ; H.R. President 3, 4 ; H.R. Vice President 7; H.R. Secretary 5; H.R. Treasurer 6 ; Oracle Reporter 6, Page Editor 7 ; Polar Bear Business Staff 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. MOOERS, CINDY RENE ' BARNHART BARTLETT, JUDY KAY Student Council 6 ; H.R. President 6 ; H.R. Secretary 4 ; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5 ; Choir 5, 6, 7; Orchestra 8, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; " Trial By Jury " Cast 6 ; " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4 ; " South Pacific " Orchestra 8 ; Small Singing Groups 5 ; All State Chorus Try Outs 5 ; State Contest 6 ; Future Teachers 3. BAUGHMAN, ROBERT CHARLES Art Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Stage Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Hall Moni- tors 7, 8 ; All City Chorus 6, 8 ; State Music Contest 6, 8 : State Drama Contest 6 ; Thes- pians 6, 7, 8 ; Stage Crew 5, 6. 7, 8 ; " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4 ; " Crucible " Cast 5 ; " Trial By Jury " Cast 6 ; " Down In The Valley " Cast 6 { " Insect Comedy " Cast 7 ; " Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 7 ; Kiwanis Club 6, 7, 8 ; Boys Club 5, 6 ; Polar Bear Mascot 6, 7, 8 ; Life Savings 4 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8; " South Pacific " Cast 8. BEEMAN, LINDA ANN Student Council 7, 8 ; H.R. President 7 J Art Committee 7 ; Exchange Student Committee 5 ; Red Cross Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Chair- man 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporter 6 ; Assistant Editor in Chief 7 ; Polar Bear Advertising Manager 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Vice President 7, Secretary 8 ; Prom Committee 8. BERGMAN, DEANNA RAE Homecoming Attendant 3 ; Student Council Treasurer 7 ; H.R. Vice-President 5 ; H.R. Treasurer 6 ; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Assembly Committee 7, 8 ; Finance Com- mittee Chairman 7 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Props 6, 7 ; Makeup " Li ' l Abner " 4 ; Oracle Reporter 8 ; Oracle Business Staff 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cheerleading Captain 7, 8 ; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 4 ; Pep Board 7, 8 ; Prom Com- mittee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. BLIMER, PATTI R. All City Student Council 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Council Member 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; H.R. Presi- dent 4, H.R. Secretary 6, H. R. Treasurer 5 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. BOCKERT, JOHN PATRICK BOWDEN, SUSAN KAY Office Assistant 3, 4. BOWEN, JOHN BYRON BOYLAN, DEBRA JEAN Office Assistant 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Future Nurses 5, 6. BRANDSER, CHRISTINA A. Social Committee 6 ; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8 ; French Club 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Golf 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 3, 4. BREWER, CARLOTTA MARIE BREWTON, CHARLES GRANT Student Council President 8 ; H.R. Secre- tary 5. 6 ; Boys Club 8 ; Boy Cheerleader 8 ; Swiming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8 ; Foot- ball 3, 5 ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Life Saving 8. BROCKETT, STEVEN PAUL Public Address 5, 6 ; Stage Committee 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8; Chairman 6; " Li ' l Abner " 4; " The Tempest " 3 ; Golf 5, 6, 7, 8. BRODEEN, VICKI GAYLE French Club 7, 8 : Future Homemakers 5, 6, 7, 8 ; President 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 ; Senior Announcement Committee 8. BROWN, DEBORAH Prom Committee 8. —50— BROWN, KEVAN Student Council 7 j H.R. President 7 ; H.R. Vice-President 3 ; H.R. Secretary 4, 8 ; H.R. Treasurer 6 ; Stage Committee 3, 4 ; Band 3, 4 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cross Country 3, 5; Track 4; Life Saving 6. BROWN RENEE ' H.R. Secretary 5. 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 7, 8. 5, 6, BROWN, SHERWOOD E. H.R. President 6; H.R. Vice-President 5; Stage Committee 7 ; Football 5, 7 ; Wrest- ling 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 7. BYAS, WILLIAM ALAN H.R. Vice-President 8 Social Committee 7 ; Choir 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Orchestra 3 ; Dance Band 5, 6 ; " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4 ; " Li ' l Abner " Stage 4 : French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Kiwanis 3, 4 ; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast. CAIN. JENNY KAY Oracle Reporter 6 ; Editor of Distribution 7 ; Polar Bear Clubs and Organizations 8 ; Pep Club 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Commit- tee 8. CARRIZALES, LENA MARIE liROX.MEYEK. TERKI DIANE Student Council 4, 6 ; H.R. President 4, 6 ; H.R. Vice-President 7 ; H.R. Secretary 3 ; H.R. Treasurer 8 ; Finance Committee 7 ; Red Cross Committee 3 ; Social Committee 3, 4, 7, 8 ; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; German Club 7, 8 ; Upward Bound 1967-68 ; Upward Bound Club 5, 6 ; NSF Summer Science Program 1968 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8 ; Golf 3. BURKS, LAVONE BINKY BURNHAM, DIXIE JEAN DECA 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4 ; Tech High 3, 4. BUSH, REBECCA SUE CARPENTER, CONNIE SUE Art Committee 3 ; Girls Glee Club 3, 4 ; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Festival of Fine Arts 6, 8; ' Trial By Jury " 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. CAUVEL, GALE W. CHATFIELD, LEROY HAROLD Student Council Treasurer 8 ; Student Council Member 8 ; H.R. Vice-President 3, 4 ; H.R. Treasurer 6 j Art Committee 7, 8 ; Finance Committee Chairman 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6 j Pep Board 8; Monitor 7, 8; Football 7; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Life Saving 6; Executive Board 8 ; Prom Committee 8. CHESOWSKY. STANLEY PATRICK —51 — CHIVERS, WALTER JOHN H.R. Treasurer 3, 5 ; Swimming 3, 4. CHRYSTAL, THOMAS MICHAEL Red Cross Committee 3, 4 ; " The Crucible " Cast 5 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, Vice-Presi- dent 5, 6 j Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6. CLARK, CHARLES WALTER Student Council 8 ; H.R. President 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Commit- tee 7 ; Oracle Reporter 6 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. CLAUSSEN, JANICE LOUISE H.R. Secretary 6, Vice-President 8 ; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Red Cross Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Social Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Usher Committee 5, 6 ; Exchange Student Com- mittee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8 ; Chamber Choir State Contest 6 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 8; Kadets 7, 8; Tag Committee 5, 6 ; Senior Class Treasurer 8 ; Banquet Committee Chairman 8 ; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8 ; Prom Committee. COBB, DEBBIE KATHLEEN COGLEY, GWENDOLYN SUE Band 3, 4, 6, S, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Assistant Feature Page Editor 7 ; Polar Bear Editorial Staff, School Life, Senior Section 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 7, 8 ; Tennis 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8. COLLINS, KENNETH RAY Student Council 3, 4 ; Boys Club », 6 ; Bas- ketball 3, 4 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Intramurals Basketball 5, 6 ; Roosevelt 5, 6; Tech 3, 4. COPIC, JOHN JUDD H.R. President 7 ; Oracle Reporter 7, 8, Assistant Sports Editor 8 ; Baseball 4 ; Foot- ball 3, 5 ; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Prom Com- mittee 8. COREY, MARI THERESA STRATHMAN H.R. Secretary 7, 8 : Art Committee 5, 6 ; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Props 6 : Makeup 5. 6 ; " The Importance of Being Earnest " 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; French Club 5. COX, DAVID OLIVER Usher Committee 6 ; Boys Club 3, 4 ; Bas- ketball 3, 4, 6 ; Golf 4 ; Intramurals 3, 4. COX, GORDON VANCE All-City Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Baseball 4 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Track 6 ; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Cap- tain 7, 8 ; United Nations Tour 6 ; Model United Nations 8 ; Senior Prom Committee CRAWFORD, SCOTT WILLIAM Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 ; Honor Band 7 ; All- City Orchestra 5, 6 ; " South Pacific " Or- chestra 8 ; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. CROSSWHITE, FRANK ALLEN Student Council 5, 6, 8 ; Judicial Board 5 ; H.R. President 5, 6 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; Baseball 4, 6, 8 ; Football 3, 5, 7, Captain 7 ; Golf 8 ; Intra- murals 5, 6 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations 8 ; Governor ' s U. N. Day 7 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Senior Class Presi- dent 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee Co-Chairman 8 ; All-City Jamboree 6, 8 ; Boys State 6 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Wrestling 3, 4 ; Cap and Gown Commit- tee 8. CROUCH, KENNETH EUGENE —52— CROWDER, DIANNA LEE Pep Club 3, 5, 6, 7 ; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. CROWELL, KAREN MARIE Student Council 6 ; H.R. President 5 ; H.R. Vice-President 7 ; H.R. Treasurer 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporter 7 Oracle Page Editor 8 ; French Club 6, 7, 8 President 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 . Flagr Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Swimming Timer 7, 8 ; Senior Announcement Committee 8 Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. C URTIS, KAREN ILENE Office Assistant 4, 5, 6 ; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. DAVIS, LOY HELLEN Girls Glee Club 5 ; Library Assistant 5, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 8 ; Senior Announcement Committee 8. DAVIS, MARCIA ELLEN Student Council 4 ; H.R. President 4 ; H.R. Vice-President 8 ; Art Committee 5, 7, 8 ; Tutor 3, 4 ; Girls Glee Club 7, 8 ; Band 8. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Orchestra 8, 4 ; Dance Band 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Cast 8; " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4 ; State Music Contest 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 7, 8, Vice-President 7, 8 ; Rope Jumping 5. 6, 7, 8, Co-captain 7, 8 : Program Commit- tee 8, Co-chairman 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. DAY, DEBRA KAY Future Teachers 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 3, 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. DANIELS, LINDA ARLENE DANIELS, LILLIAN PAULETTA DARNER, JENNIFER DENISE H.R. Secretary 3, 4, 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Choir 7, 8 ; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6 ; " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 8. DAVIS, CYNTHIA ARLENE Future Homemakers 7, 8 ; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, S. DEMOSS, LOREN JOSEPH H.R. Vice-President 3 ; H.R. Treasurer 4, 6 ; German Club 7. DENGLE, STEPHEN SYDNEY Student Council 5, 6, 8 ; H.R. President 5, 6, 8 ; H.R. Vice-President 4 ; H.R. Treas- urer 3 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; " South Pa- cific " Cast 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 5 ; Executive Board 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Football 3, 5 ; Golf 4 ; Intramurals 5, 6 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Com- mittee 8. DICKINSON, THOMAS ERIC Student Council 6 ; H.R. President 6 ; H.R. Vice President 5 ; H.R. Treasurer 4 : Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 ; Track 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. DICKSON, LINDA KAY H.R. Secretary 3, 4, 5 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cheerleader 3 ; German Club 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. —53— DOWNING, DANNY DEAN EDWARDS. WILLIAM ELMER Student Council 4; H.R. President 4: H.R. Vice-President 5; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8; Orchestra 5, 6, 8 ; South Central Iowa Honor Band 6, 8 ; Boys Club 3, 4 ; Golf 4,6. DUNAHOO, MARLYS ANN H.R. Treasurer 7; Usher Committee 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Band Secretary 7, 8; " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 7, 8 ; Prom Commit- tee 8. DUNN, ROBERT RAYMOND Student Council 8 ; H.R. President 8. DYER. ALAN LEE Student Council 5 ; Stage Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 5 ; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Madrigal Choir 6, 7, 8 ; Thespians 7, 8 ; " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4 J " Trial By Jury " Cast 6 ; " Down In the Valley " Cast 6 ; Drama Stage Crew 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Light Manager " Skin of Our Teeth " 8 ; Boys Club 3, 4 ; Mascot Polar Bear 5 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8. EASTIN. TERRY E. Gun Club 5, 6. EATON, CONNIE JO H.R. Secretary 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Announcement Committee 8. EGGERT, RUTH ELAINE ENGLE, GEORGE EDWARD EVANS, WILLIAM GEORGE H.R. Treasurer 3 ; Basketball 3 ; Swim- ming 3, 4 ; Tennis 3, 4. FARSON, CRAIG PRICE Student Council 6 ; H.R. President 6 ; Golf 4 ; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Senior Announce- ment Committee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee FEDSON, RICHARD HARLAN, JR. H.R. Vice-President 6, 8 ; H.R. Secretary 4; Kiwanis 3, 4; Boys Club 3, 4; Swim- ming 4 ; Tennis 4, 6 ; Life Saving 4, 8 : DECA 8. EDWARDS, CRAIG DOUGLAS Football 3, 5. FETT, JOYCE ANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Future Secretaries 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. -54— FISHER, EARNEST EDWARD FISHER, WAYNE LEROY Scudent Council 6 ; H.R. President 6 ; H.R. Vice-President 4, 7 ; Band 3, 4 ; All-City Band 4 ; Boys Club 8 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Track 4. FOGARTY, JAMES DANIEL Student Council Member 8 ; H.R. Treasurer 4, 5, 6 ; Choir 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Thespians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8, Vice President 5, 6; " The Tempest " Cast 3 ; " Under Milkwood " Cast 4 ; " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4 ; " The Cruci- ble " Cast 5 ; " The Diary of Anne Frank " Cast 5 ; " Thieves Carnival " Cast 6 ; " The Insect Comedy " Cast 7 ; " The Skin of Our Teeth " Director 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; State Speech Contest 4, 6, 8 ; United Na- tions Trip 6 ; Prom Committee 8 ; Oracle Editor-in-Chief 8, Reporter 7 ; Quill and Scroll 8. FRANCISCO, STEPHEN LEE Wrestling 7. FULWOOD, FAITH THERESE H.R. Vice-President 3 ; Exchange Student Committee 5 ; Boys Glee Club 5, 6, Ac- companist ; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, Accom- panist ; State Music Contest 6 ; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6; Debate 3, 4, 5, 6; " South Pa- cific " Orchestra 6 ; District Speech Contest 4 ; State Speech Contest 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 ; Computer Club 5, 6 ; Future Health Careers 3, 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 6. GARANSON, MARK WILLIAM Stage Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Spanish Club 7, 8 ; Baseball 4 J Basketball 3 ; Golf 8 ; Intra- murals 3 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8. GAY, JOHN SAMUEL H.R. Treasurer 6, 7 ; Thespians 7, 8 ; De- bate 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8 ; " The Insect Comedy " Cast 7; ' The Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 8 j " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Kiwanis 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Boys Club Secretary 6, Vice-President 7 ; Executive Board 8 ; Audio Visual Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; United Nations Trip 6; Golf 4, 6, 8; Wrestling Manager 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. HAYES, MARILYN BETH GERECZ Student Council 7 ; H.R. President 7 ; H.R. Secretary 6 ; Girls Glee Club 5 ; Nurses Assistant 5, 6 ; Oracle Reporter 6 j Busi- ness Staff 6, 7 ; Assistant Advertising Man- ager ; Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secre- taries 5. GILLASPEY, DEAN LEE Student Council 6 ; H.R. President 6 ; H.R. Vice-President 4, 5, 7, 8 ; Finance Commit- tee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Library Assistant 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Span- ish Club 7, 8 ; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 | Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Cross Country 3, 5, 7 ; Golf 8 ; Track 4, 6 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Prom Committee 8. GLAS, FREDRICK ALAN GNEWIKOW, LARRY GAYLAND Student Council Member 4, 5, 7 ; H.R. President 4, 5, 7 ; Basketball 5, 6 ; Cross Country 5, 7 ; Swimming 3, 4 ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Intramurals 5, 6 ; Band 3, 4. GORDON, KENNETH ROY GARVER, LINDA CHRISTINE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 8; Golf 8. GRAVES, WILLIAM JOSEPH Senior Prom Committee 8. ■55— GRAY, GARY LEROY Prom Committee 8. GRECO, LOUIE P. GROOM, JEANNE DIANNE Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice-President 7, 8 ; Debate 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7 8 ; " Diary of Anne Frank " Cast 6 ; " Insect Comedy " Cast 7 ; " The Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 8 ; " Li ' l Abner " Makeup 4 ; Pep Club 3 4 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Prom Com- mittee 8. HANSEN, BARBARA ANN H.R. Secretary 8; Service Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Chamber Choir 6 ; Sextet 6 ; All-State Chorus 6, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. HANSEN, CARL A RAE H.R. Secretary 6 ; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8; Future Teach- ers 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 7, 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Prom Com- mittee 8. HANSEN, CINDY SUE H.R. Secretary 4, 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Ban- quet Committee 8. GUTAFSON ROGER ALAN Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. HALL, DEBORAH LYN Student Council 7, 8 ; H.R. Secretary 6 ; Debate Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8 ; District Speech Contest 6 ; State Speech Contest 6 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Stu- dent Exchange Day 8 J Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 5, President 8 ; Sopho- more Board Representative 4 ; French Club 3 ; Pep Board 8 ; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. HALL, JAMES E. HANSEN, BARBARA KAY Finance Committee 7, Vice-Chairman 7 ; Red Cross 3, 4 ; Social Committee 3, 4, 7, 8 ; Service Committee 5, 6 ; " Li ' l Abner " Makeup 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice- President 8. HENRY, LAMAR MITCHELL HERNANDEZ, RITA ANN Future Homemakers 3, 4 ; Spanish Club 3, 4 ; Future Secretaries 5, 6 ; Future Nurses 5, 6. HERNDON, LINDA KAY HICKMAN, ZOLA MAE Announcement Committee -56— HOFFMAN, GERALD LEE Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. IIOKANSON. K K I ST IN K ROSKANN Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8 ; Tennis 4, 6, 8 ; Student Leader 4, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 4, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Announcement Commit- tee 8. HOLLRAH, JUDY ANN H.R. Secretary 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4 ; So- cial Committee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; Future Secre- tary 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, Secretary 6 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. HOLSTE, NANCY JANE H.R. President 3, 4 ; Vice President 6 ; Sec- retary 5, 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Office 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. HUNTER, CRAIG DOUGLAS Student Council 3, 4, 7, 8; H.R. President 3, 4 ; H.R. Vice President 5, 7 ; Assembly Committee 7 ; Finance Committee 7, Social Committee 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 7 ; Library Assistant 5, 6 ; Hall Monitor 7, 8 ; Garden Club 7, 8 ; Kiwanis Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Board 7 ; Boys Club : , 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 5, Vice Presi- dent 4, 6, Secretary 3, Treasurer 7, Execu- tive Board 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Football 5 ; Ten- nis 4, 6, 8 ; Wrestling 3, 4 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations 8 ; Governor ' s U.N. Day ; Senior Class Representative 7 ; Senior Banquet Committee Co-chairman 8 ; School Recognition Board Committee Co- chairman 8. HUNTER, WILLIAM DANIEL JR. H.R. Vice President 7, 8 ; " In White Amer- ica " Cast 7, 8 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Swim- ming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 5, 6 : Senior Swim and Luau 8 ; Senior Class Boys Representative 8. ISEMINGER, GARY L. Football 3, 5, 7 ; Swimming 3, 4, 5 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Life Saving 5, 6. IVERSON, KAREN ANNE H.R. Vice President 7, 8; Usher 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Dance Band 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. HOOD, CELESTE ALLYNNE Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4. 6, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 6, His- torian 7 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. JACOBE, SANDRA KAY Senior Banquet Committee 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8. HUMPHREY, DAVE C. H.R. President 5, 6, 7 ; H.R. Vice Presi- dent 8 ; Social Committee 5 ; Prom Com- mittee 8. HUMPHREYS, STEVEN CRAIG JAMES, MICHAEL LEE JENSEN, LAURIE LOUISE Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Commit- tee 3 4 5 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 7; Band 3, 4, 6. 6 ; Art 4 ; Abner " Makeup 4; Oracle Editorial Staff: Polar Bear Senior Section 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 6 7, 8 ; Cheerleading 7, 8 ; United Nations Trip; Governor ' s U.N. Day; Senior Ban- quet Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8: Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Iowa High School Model United Nations 8. —57 JESSEN, CAROL MARTHA Student Council 4 ; H.R. Treasurer 8 ; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Finance Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7 ; Makeup " Li ' I Abner " 4 ; Younkers Teen Board 5, 6 ; Oracle Re- porter 6 ; Oracle Co-Editor of Feature Page 7 ; Polar Bear Senior Section 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations 8 ; Governor ' s U.N. Day; French Club 3, 4, 7. 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Assistant Treasurer 5 ; Pep Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Home- coming Attendant 3 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8, Co-Chairman 8 ; Senior Class Girls Representative 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8. JOHNSON. LARRY ERNEST H.R. Treasurer 8 ; Band Member 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; Library Assistant 5, 6. JOHNSON, PATRICIA ESTHER Art Committee 5, 7, 8 ; Finance Commit- tee 7, 8 ; Usher Committee 5, 6 ; Girl ' s Glee Club 5, 6 ; Choir Accompanist 7, 8 ; Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dance Band 7, 8 ; All-State Contest 6 ; " Li ' I Abner " Orchestra 4 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 5. 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. JOHNSON, TIMOTHY MARK H.R. President 8 ; Student Council 8 ; Or- chestra 8 ; Stage Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Drum Major 5, 6, 7, 8 ; " South Pacific " Orchestra 8; " The Skin of Our Teeth " 8. JONES, ROBERT DEAN Student Council 4 ; Finance Committee 7 Social Committee 7, 8 ; Gun Club 5, 6 Boys Club 3, 4, 7, 8 ; Computer Club 3, 4 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Kiwanis Club 7, Downtown Rep resentative; A-V Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Baseball 6. JURGENSEN. JBNNA SUE Student Council 7, 8 ; H.R. President 7, 8 ; H.R. Treasurer 4; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Board 7, 8; Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Colonel 7, 8; Iowa High School Model United Nations 8 ; Prom Committee 8. KALLEEN, PATRICE ANN H.R. President 3, 4 ; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Assembly Committee 7, 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; Library Assistant 5, 6 ; Pep Club Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7; Pep Board 7, 8; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, Cap- tain 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. KALSEM, SANDRA DARLENE KARAS, KATHY KAUZLARICH, DAVID DEMOCRAT Senior Swim and Luau Committee KAY, RHONDA SUE Pep Club 3, 5; Spanish Club 7, 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. KELLIS, ROBERTA JEAN H.R. Secretary 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girl ' s Glee Club 3, 4 ; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cast " Li ' l Abner, " 4 ; " Trial by Jury " ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Senior Announcement Committee 8. KELLOGG, RONALD THOMAS Student Council 5, 6, 7, President 7 ; All- City Council 7 ; H.R. President 5, 6, Vice President 3, 4 ; Assembly Committee 7 ; Social Committee 7 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations 6, 8 ; Younkers Ad- visory Board 7, 8 ; Library Assistant 5, 6 ; Hall Monitor 7, 8 ; Pep Board 7 ; Boys Club Member 5, 6, Vice-President 5, Ex- ecutive Board 5 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. KING, DENISE LOUISE 58 KINNAMON, ANN KATHERINE Younkers Teen Board 7, 8; Student Coun- cil 5, 7, Asst. Secretary 7 ; H.R. Presi- dent 6, Treasurer 6 ; Finance Committee 7 ; Social Committee 5, 6 ; Girls Glee Club 6 ; Choir 7, 8 ; Thespians 7, 8 ; " Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 7 ; Makeup " Li ' l Abner " 4 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Pep Club Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Rope Jumping 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Com- mittee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8. KIRCHNER. DAVID ALAN Student Council 4 ; Audio-Visual Commit- tee 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 ; Kiwanis Club 5, 6 ; Boys Club 5, 6 ; Com- puter Club 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8. KIRKPATRICK, MICHAEL THOMAS KRAUSE, DONALD DEAN Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Prom Commit- tee 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Kiwanis Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 7, 8; Football Man- ager 3, 7. LACKERSHIRE, JO ANN LaFORGE, SHARON JEAN Girls Glee Club 3, 4 ; All-City Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. LAJKO, CATHY ANN H.R. Secretary 4, 5; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Library Assistant 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4j 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Kadets 7, 8 ; Future Nurses 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 4 ; Spanish Club 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee Co-Chair- man 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8. LaM ASTERS, MICHAEL GEORGE Usher Committee Member 6 ; Football 3 ; Loveland High School, Colorado, 3, 4, 5 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. LANDER, ALAN LUVERNE H.R. Vice President 8: Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Dance Band 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 8 ; Kiwanis Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Presi- dent 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. LANE, ELLEN DIANN Girls Glee Club 6, 8; Pep Club 3. 4, 7, 8; Future Nurses Club 3, 4, 8 ; Nurse Assist- ant 4 ; Lincoln High School 3, 4. LARSON. JANET SUE H.R. Secretary 7, 8 ; H.R. Vice President 6: H.R. Treasurer 5; Girls Glee Club 3: Choir 4, 5, 6, 7 ; State Music Contest 6 ; Madrigal Singers 6, 7 : " Li ' l Abner Cast 4 ; " Trial By Jury " Cast 6; " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; Library Assistant 7, 8 ; Senior Class Treasurer 8. LaRUE, KAREN SUE WALDEN LAVIA, ANGELA MARIE LESLIE, PHILIP A. Student Council Member 8 ; H.R. Presi- dent 8, Secretary 3, 5, 7, Treasurer 4, 6; Student Center Monitor 6 ; Boys Club Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Executive Board 5, 6, 7 ; J. V. Basketball 5, 6 ; Intramurals 5, 6 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8. —59— i LEWIS, DENNIS E. H.R. Vice-President 6, Treasurer 4, 6, 8 ; Hall Monitor 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 ; Baseball 4, 6, 8 ; Basketball 4, 6; Football 3, 5, 7: Intra- murals 4, 6 ; Football All-City 7 ; All- State Honorable Mention 7 ; Senior Swim Luau Committee 8. LEWIS, EDWARD JERALD LIGHTFOOT, JIM GENE H.R. Secretary 8. LONG, MICHAEL ALAN Usher Committee 5, 6 ; Baseball 4, 6. 8 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 8; Foot- ball 3, 5, 7 J Hall Monitor 7, 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. LOVIG, SHIRLEY ANN LUEDKE, JERI LEE H.R. Treasurer 6 ; Oracle Reporter 6 ; Dis- tribution Editor 7 ; Polar Bear Organiza- tions Section 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Future Teachers 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, Historian 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Spanish Club 7, 8, Treasurer 7. LUXEN, ROBERT EUGENE All-City Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8 ; Student Council Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 6, 7; Cast 8, " In White America " , " South Pacific " Props 8 ; Library Assist- ant 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporter 7 ; Feature Editor 8 j Garden Club 5 ; Boys Club 3, 4 6, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 4, Vice-President 5 Baseball 4, 6 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Football 3, 6, 7; Tennis 8; Iowa High School Model United Nations 6, 8 ; Youn- kers Advisory Board 6, 6 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Announcements Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8. LYDON, COLLEEN MARIE MICHAEL, LYMAN DELMAR H.R. President 7 ; Tennis 3, 4 : Wrestling 3, 4; Carlisle High School 3; North Polk High School 4. MAIN, SHEILA MARIE Future Homemakers 5 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 7, 8, Treas- urer 8 ; Appointed Senior Girls Represen- tative 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8, Chairman 8 ; Sen- ior Swim and Luau Committee. MAINARD, SARA JOANNE Red Cross 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporter 7 ; Page Editor 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Fu- ture Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Tennis 6, 8 ; Intramurals 6 ; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8. MANNING, MARY Senior Announcement Committee 8. MARTIKAINEN, SEPPO JUHANI Foreign Exchange Student 7, 8 ; All-City Student Council 7, 8 ; Senior Luau-Swim Committee ; Usher Committee 7, 8 ; Boys ' Track 8 ; Hameelinna, Finland 3, 4, 5, 6. MARTIN, BETTIE LOU 60— MARTIN, KEN EARL Band 3, 4 ; Kiwanis 7, 8 ; Football 7 ; Man- ager Football 7, 8. 4 MATTERN, SUSAN FRANCES MAYBERRY, CLAUDIA LYNN H.R. Secretary 4 ; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Social Committee 7 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers Club 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 7, 8 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8 ; Prom Committee 8. McADAM, SCOTT THOMAS Student Council Vice-President 8 ; Mem- ber 3, 5, 8 ; H.R. President 3 ; Social Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 7 ; Stage of " The Skin of Our Teeth " 8; Makeup of " The Skin of Our Teeth " 8 ; Properties of " The Skin of Our Teeth " 8 ; Cast of " South Pacific " 8 ; Pep Board 8 ; Baseball 4 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 8 ; Track 6, 8; Life Saving 4, 8; United Na- tions Trip 6 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations 6 ; Hall Monitor 7, 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8. McCONNELL, CHERYL ANN Student Council Member 7 ; H.R. Presi- dent 7 ; H.R. Vice President 3, 4 : Art Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Service Committee 7, 8, Vice Chairman 7, 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Inter-City Exchange Day 7 ; Oracle Book Assistant 7 j Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Announce- ment Committee 8 ; Prom Committee 8. McCULLOUGH, VICTOR ALAN Drama Stage Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; " Cru- cible " , " The Thieves Carnival " , " The In- sect Comedy " , " South Pacific " ; Golf 6, 7, 8. McDERMOTT, WILLIAM ARTHUR All-City Student Council Alternate 7, 8 ; Student Council Judicial Board 6 ; Member 6, 7, 8; H.R. Secretary 5; H.R. Treas- urer 3 ; Senior Art Committee 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Thespians 7, 8 ; " Insect Comedy " Cast 7 ; Garden Club 7, 8 ; Latin Club 3, 4 ; Kiwanis 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Boy ' s Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 4, Treasurer 5 ; Boy Cheerleader 7, 8; Cross Country 3, 5, 7 ; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Track 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 4; " South Pacific " Cast 8. McGINNIS, DAVID LEE H.R. Treasurer 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8; Orchestra 8 ; Dance Band 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Li- brary Assistant 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4, 6, 7, 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. McLAIN, GARY MARVIN Student Council 5 ; H.R. President 5 ; H.R. Vice-President 8 ; H.R. Treasurer 7 ; Cross Country 3 ; Wrestling 3, 4. MCLAUGHLIN, ROB PAUL Boys Glee Club 3, 4 ; Cast 3, 4, 5 ; Prop- erties 6; DEC A 7, 8; Football 3, 5; Swim- ming 3, 4, 5 ; Track 4 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. Mcpherson, robert michael Student Council 8 ; H.R. President 8 ; H.R. Treasurer 4 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Or- chestra 4, 6; Dance Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-State Honor Band 7 ; Cast 7 ; " Insect Comedy " 7; Spanish Club 7, 8, President 7; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8; " South Pa- cific " Caat 8. MEISHEID, SHERYL ROSE Student Council Member 6 ; H.R. Presi dent 6 ; H.R. Vice President 5, 7 ; H.R Secretary 4 ; H.R. Treasurer 3 ; GGC 8 Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8 . Individual Oratory 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 7, 8 ; Cheerleading 7, 8 ; UN Trip 6 ; Student Leader 3, 4, 7, 8 ; Prom Commit- tee 8. MENDENHALL, CANDACE THERESE Senior Banquet Committee 8. MILLER, LINDA RAE H.R. Secretary 7: Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Cap and Gown Committee 8. ■6i MILOSEVIC, GREGORY PAUL MINEAR, MELANIE ANN Art Committee 7, 8 ; H.R. Secretary 8 ; Thespians 5, 6 ; Makeup, " The Skin of Our Teeth " 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 4, 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 ; Sen- ior Art Committee 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. MINKS, TOM JAMES Student Council 3, 5, 8 : H.R. President 5 ; Red Cross 4 ; Oracle Reporter 7 ; Assistant Sports Editor 8 ; Pep Board 7 ; Boys Club 3, 4 ; Garden Club 6 ; Wrestling 6 ; Bas- ketball 3 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; H.R. Treas- urer 6 ; Intramurals 6 ; Baseball 4, 6, 8, Vice-President 3 ; Prom Committee 8. MISCHKIET, HELEN JEAN H.R. Vice-President 5 ; H.R. Secretary 4, 6 ; H.R. Treasurer 3, 7 ; Art Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Band 5, 6 ; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8; Cast 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; " Li ' l Abner " , " Crucible " , " The Diary of Anne Frank " , " Thieves Carnival " " The Insect Comedy " , " The Skin of Our Teeth " , " South Pacific " ; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Spanish Club 7, 8 ; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 5, 6 ; Prom Commit- tee 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. MOHR, WILLIAM FRED Public Address Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Chairman 7, 8 ; Stage Committee 5, 6, 8 Thespians 4, 6 ; Dramatics Stage 4, 5, 6 " L ' il Abner " (Sound and Properties), " Diary of Anne Frank " (Sound, Stage and Properties), " The Crucible " , " The Tem- pest " , " Insect Comedy " , " The Skin of Our Teeth " , " Thieves Carnival " ; Library As- sistant 7, 8 ; Boys Club 7, 8 : Life Saving 4, 6. MOON, CHERYL ANN Pep Club 3, 4 ; DECA MOORE, JO DECA 7; Intramural Basketball 3. Golf 4. 4; MORGAN, LARRY T. H.R. Secretary 6, 7 ; Boys Club and Gown Committee; Track 8. Cap MOSSHOLDER, JUDITH ANN Student Council 4; H.R. President 4; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations 6, 8 ; Governor ' s U.N. Day 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistant Colonel 7, 8. MURPHY, THOMAS MICHAEL Student Council 7 ; H.R. President 7 ; Gun Club 5, 6 ; Kiwanis 8 ; DECA 7, 8, Vice- President 8. MURTLE, DEBORAH JEAN H.R. Vice President 5 ; H.R. Secretary 8 ; Art Committee 7 ; Red Cross 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 4 ; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, Vice-President 8 ; Social Com- mittee 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. NEDDERMAN, ROBERT MORGAN Art Committee 7 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Orchestra 5 ; Dance Band 5, 6 ; Thespians 7, 8 ; Cast " Thieves Carnival " 5 ; Cast " Insect Comedy " 7 ; Cast " The Skin of Our Teeth " 7; Cast " In White America " 8; Cast " South Pacific " 8; United Nations Trip 6 ; Senior Announcement Committee Co-Chairman 8 ; Kiwanis 5, 6, 7, 8, Sec- retary 7, 8 ; French Club 7, 8 ; Tennis 6. NEMO, LINDA ROSE Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8 ; Library Assistants 3, 4; DECA 7, 8. NEGRETE, CHRISTINE MARIE Senior Announcement Committee 8. 62— NOBLE, MICHAEL CHARLES Senior Swim-Luau Committee 8. Prom King 8. XODLAND, MICHAEL ARTHUR Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwanis Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Tennis 5, 6 J Water Polo 3, 4. O ' DONNELL, BRIAN E. OLIVER, DAVID ALAN OLNEY, TIM H. PALMER, BRUCE WAYNE Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-State Chorus 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cast 4, 5 ; " Li ' l Abner, " " Trial By Jury, " " Down in the Valley. " PARKER, NANCY RENEE ' Senior Banquet Committee 8 ; Senior Swim- Luau Committee 8. PARKER, ROBERT LEE PARKER, VERGIL ABBOTT PEGLOW, STEVE CRAIG H.R. President 3 ; H.R. Vice-President 4, 6 ; H R Treasurer 5, 7 ; Art Committee 3 ; Art in ' Drama 6, 7 ; N Club 3, 4 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Student Leader 8 ; Intramurals 3, 4 ; Boys Representative 8. 3t OLSON. JANICE KAY Future Homemakers 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Rope Jumping 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-Captain 7, 8 ; Student Leader 5, 6 ; In- tramurals 3, 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. PAGITT, ROBIN JOYCE H.R. Vice-President 3, 4, 7 ; Art Committee 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7 ; Usher Committee 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 8. PETERSON. DENNIS WAYNE Student Council, Judicial Board i ; H.K. Treasurer 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7, Sports Co-Editor 8 ; Boys Club 3 4, 5, 6: Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Football 3, 5, 7 ; Golf 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Intramurals ; Quill and Scroll 8 ; Senior Swim-Luau Commit- tee 8. PETITHORY. RICHARD Basketball 3, 4. —63 ETTY, LYNN KATHLEEN Red Cross 3, 4 ; Latin Club 3, 4 ; Pep Club 6, 7 ; Future Secretaries 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8 ; Senior Swim-Luau Committee 8. POORE, MICHAEL HAROLD PHIPPS, JANEL DENISE Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Chamber Choir 6 ; Library Assistant 7, 8 ; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secre- tary 5, 6 ; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramurals 3, 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. PICKETT, ROGER DEAN H.R. Vice-President 8 ; Boys Club 7, 8 ; Basketball 3. 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cross Country 7 ; Intramurals 5, 6. POTTER, BRUCE LYNN Student Council 6, 7 ; Judicial Board 7 H.R. President 6; H.R. Vice-President 5 Social Committee 7, 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6 Oracle Reporter 7, Sports Co-Editor 8 . United Nations Trip 6 ; Governor ' s United Nations Day 7 ; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Foot- ball 3, 5, 7 J Track 4, 6, 8 ; Wrestling 7, 8 ; Intramurals 3, 4, 6, 6 ; Life Saving: 6 ; Senior Mixer 8 : Senior Announcement Chair- man 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 ; Senior Class Vice-President 8 ; Hall Monitor 7, 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. PRICE, KATHRYN SUE H.R. Vice-President 8 ; Red Cross Com- mittee 3, 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 4; DECA 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6 ; Life Saving 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. PIERCE, CAROL LYNNE Library Assistant 6, 6, 7, 8 ; East High School 3, 4 ; Nurse Assistant at East 3, 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. QUICK, KATHLEEN SUE Student Council Member 5, 7 ; H.R. Presi- dent 5 ; H.R. Vice-President 5 ; H.R. Treas- urer 4 ; Finance Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Usher Committee 4 ; Thes- pians 5, 6 ; Library Assistant 6 ; Oracle Reporter 6, Editor 7 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7 ; Pep Board 7 ; Cheerleading 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Sen- ior Class Historian 8 ; Prom Committee Co- Chairman 8 ; Prom Queen 8. PIERCE, MARILYN KAY Girls Glee Club 3 ; Future Secretaries 7, 8. PILCHER, MICHAEL DENNIS RARICK, ED I. H.R. Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespians 7, 8 ; " Insect Comedy " Cast 7 ; " The Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8. REED, BARBARA SUE PLUMMER, JERRY ARNOLD REESE, GALE DIANE 64 REEVES, VELMA MAE H.R. Treasurer 7, 8 ; Art Committee 7, 8 ; Red Cross Committee 7, 8 ; Girls Glee Club 3, 4 ; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8 ; French Club 7, 8 ; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8 : Student Leader 7, 8. REW, JANET ELAINE H.R. Secretary 3, 4 ; Dolphin 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 : Future Secretaries 7 : Prom Committee 8. REYNOLDS. JACK K I) WARD REYNOLDS, SHAWN ELIZABETH Student Council 4, 7, 8, Secretary 7 ; H.R. President 4 ; H.R. Secretary 5 ; Art Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8 ; So- cial Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer 5, 7 ; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cast 3, 8 ; " The Skin of Our Teeth, " " The Crucible: " Costumes 8, Properties 8 ; " The Skin of Our Teeth " ; Makeup " Li ' l Abner " 4 ; State Speech Contest 4 ; Homecoming Attendant 5 ; Oracle Reporter 7, Co- Assistant Feature Editor 8 ; Latin Club 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistant Treasurer 3 ; Cheer- leading: 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Board 7 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8 ; Model U. N. 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. RHOADS, LaDONNA KAY WEIKERT RHOADS, PAMELA SUE Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Library Assist- ant 4, 5, 6 ; Future Homemakers 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. RIDGWAY, MARY ELIZABETH Student Council Recording: Secretary 8 ; Member 7, 8 ; H.R. President 7 ; H.R. Treas- urer 6 ; Finance Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7 ; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8 ; " Insect Comedy " Cast 7 ; " Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 8 ; Makeup " Li ' l Abner " 4 ; Makeup " The Crucible " 5 ; Library Assistant 5, 6 ; Oracle Reporter 6, Assistant Editor 7 ; Polar Bear School Life Section 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8 ; French Club 7, 8, Vice-President 7 ; Future Teachers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading: 5, 6 ; Pep Board 8 ; Girls Golf 4 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Girls Intramurals 7, 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Prom Committee 8. RIRIE. G. TODD Garden Club 7, 8 ; Gun Club 5, 6 ; Latin Club 3, 4 ; Boys Club 7, 8, Treasurer 8 ; Baseball 4, 8 ; Cross Country 5, 7 ; Track 6, 8 ; Intramurals 5, 6 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. ROBERTS, JOHN Student Council 5 ; H.R. President 5 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Cross Country 3 ; Swimming: 3, 4. 5, 6. ROBERTS, LINDA SUE Art Committee 1, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Assistant Oracle Bookkeeper 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 5, 7 ; Future Secretaries 3. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. ROBERTSON, GREGORY ALAN RODINE, RICHARD LEE Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; District Student Council 6 ; H.R. President 3, 4, 6, Vice-President 5 ; Finance Committee 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Social Committee 5, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5 ; Debate Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice-President 7 ; Tutor 3, 4 ; Scholarship Committee 3, 4 ; Library Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Iowa Higrh School Model United Nations 6, 8; Latin Club 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Kiwanis Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Pep Board 5, 6 ; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 6 ; Executive Board 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 6 ; Executive Board 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Tennis 4, 6, 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee Chairman 8 ; Prom Committee 8. ROFF, TANA JO Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Usher Com- mittee 3, 4 ; Girls Glee Club 5, 6 ; Thespians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Art for Drama 7, 8 ; Make- up for Drama 3, 4, 6, 6 ; Garden Club 7, 8 ; French Club 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. ROLLEN, DAVID RICKEY Football 3 ; Track, Vice Captain 4 ; Wrest- ling: Captain 3 ; Tech Higrh School. 65— ROUSH, DAN Dropped SCHNIRRING, ERIC WAY N K Senior Announcement Committee 8. RUBINO. MICHAEL H.R. President 5 ; H.R. Vice-President 7 ; Usher Committee 7 : Kiwanis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8 ; Swimming: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Track Manager 4 j Life Saving 5, 6 ; Water Polo 3, 4 ; Senior Swim-Luau Com- mittee 8. RUMME, WILLIAM CHARLES Social Committee 7, 8 ; Library Assistant 8 ; Boys Club 7, 8 ; Swimming Manager 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Swim-Luau Committee 8. SCHULTZ, CHRISTINE MERLE Art Committee 3, 5 ; Library Assistant 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4 ; Prom Committee 8. SCHWAB. GARY LEWIS Art Committee 5, 6 ; Service Committee 7 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5 ; Oracle Reporter 5, 6, Sports Editor 6, Pho- tographer 7, 8 ; Polar Bear Photographer 8; N Club 6, 8; Kiwanis Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Junior Representative 5, 6, Treasurer 7, 8 ; Chess Club 3, 4, 5 ; Open House Disc Jock- ey 5, 6 ; Basketball Manager 5, 6 ; Tennis 6, 6, 7, 8; H.R. Treasurer; Prom Commit- tee 8. RUSSELL, DAVID BRUCE Senior Announcements Committee ; H.R. Treasurer 8; DECA Club 7, 8. RYAN, CHARLOTTE B. Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Office Assist- ant 3 ; Pep Club 3 ; Senior Banquet Com- mittee 8. SEALS, BARBARA J. SEWARD, SHARON ANN Student Council 4 ; H.R. President 4 ; H.R. Vice-President 3 ; H.R. Treasurer 5, 6 ; Service Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Thespians 7, 8 ; " Insect Comedy " Cast 7 ; " In White Amer- ica " Cast 8; " By the Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; Oracle Reporter 6, Sports Editor 7 ; Polar Bear Talents Section 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Dolphins 5, 6 ; French Club 5, 6, 7 ; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 6, 7 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. SASSATELLI, LYNDA LOUISE SCHATZ, ROBERT GENE Student Council 7 ; H.R. President 7 ; H.R. Vice President 5 ; H.R. Treasurer 6 ; Serv- ice Committee 7, 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Dance Band 6, 6 ; Cast, " South Pacific " 8 ; Stage Committee " The Diary of Anne Frank ; " " Li ' l Abner, " Orchestra 4 ; Oracle Photographer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 : Polar Bear Photographer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Kiwanis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Presi- dent 5, 6 ; Pep Board 5, 6 ; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Football Manager 7 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8, Co-Chairman 8 ; Chess Club 3, 4. ML W SHAFER, RICHARD MARSHALL SHAW, TERESA ANN Office Assistant 7, 8 ; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 5, 6, Historian 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 5, 6 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. 66— SHELTON, VERNA MARIE H.R. Vice President 4 ; Pep Club 4. 5, 6, 7 ; Future Secretaries 7, 8, President 8 ; Val- ley High School, West Des Moines 3 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. SMITH, REBECCA SUE H.R. Secertary 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, Advertising Manager 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. SHEPARD, JACK HANSEN Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Dance Band 7. 8 ; Track 4, 6, 8 ; Senior Announcement Com- mittee 8. SHOEMAN, CINDY M. Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Publicity Committee Chairman 7, 8 : Social Com- mittee 5, 6 ; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Histor- ian ; Drama Stage Committee 7, 8 ; Proper- ties 5, 6 ; Art 7, 8 ; Makeup 5, 6 ; " Cruci- ble, " " Diary of Ann Frank, " " Skin of Our Teeth ; " Sears Teen Board 7, 8 ; French Club 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8 ; Prom Committee 8. SHRADER, RICKEY EUGENE SIDONER, BARBARA LOUISE Student Council 7 ; H.R. President 7 ; H.R. Secretary 4, 5 ; Exchange Student Com- mittee Chairman 7, 8 ; Red Cross Commit- tee 3, 4 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7 ; Library Assistant 5, 7, 8 ; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secre- tary 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treas- urer 8 ; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 4. 5, 6, 7. 8. SIEPMANN. MICHAEL DUANE Student Council 3, 5, 7 ; H.R. President 3, 5, 7 ; H.R. Vice-President 8 ; H.R. Treas- urer 6 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer; N Club 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7 ; Baseball 4, 6, 8 : Basketball 3, 4 ; Cross Country 3 ; Football 5. 7 ; Intra- murals 5, 6. SITTERLE, LAWRENCE DENNIS Prom Committee 8. SMITH, ROBERT M. Tech High School 3 ; Football 3. SPARKS, PATRICIA ANN Future Homemakers 5, 6 ; Future Teachers 5; Pep Club 3. 4, 5, 6, 7. SPERRY, JEAN ELIZABETH H.R. Secretary 8 ; Girls Glee Club 3 ; Ora- cle Reporter 6, Page Co-Editor 7 ; Polar Bear Co-Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7. 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 ; Life Saving 3, 4. SPICER, KATHLEEN ANN Concessions 7, 8 ; Future Teachers 5 ; Fu- ture Secretaries 7, 8 ; Tennis 6, 8 ; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. SPRIGGS, PENNY MAUREEN SPRIGGS, VICKIE LYNN Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8 ; Choir 5, 6. 7. 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; French Club 3 ; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. 67 STARKOVICH, SHELIA MARY Student Council 8; H.R. President 8; H.R. Secretary 7 ; " South Pacific " Cast ; Pep Club 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8 ; United Nations Trip ; Golf 4 ; Senior Prom Committee 8. STOUT, JANIE KATHLEEN Girls Glee Club 6 ; Nurses Assistant 5, 6 ; DECA 7, 8 ; Future Secretaries 5, 6 : Future Nurses 5, 6. STEELE, JACQUELINE SUE H.R. Secretary 4 ; Social Committee 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 j Flag Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-Captain 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. STOUT, JUDITH LYNN Student Council 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 7, 8 ; Nurses Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Nurses 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8. STEELE. TERRASA E. STEPHENS, KAREN MAXINE H.R. Vice-President 4, 6 ; H.R. Secretary 5 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7 ; Oracle Reporter 6 ; Oracle Feature Co-Editor 7 ; Polar Bear Co-Editor 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Dolphin Club 3 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cheerleading 3, 4 ; Golf 4, 6, 8 ; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Intramural Basket- ball 7, 8 ; Senior Swim-Luau Committee 8. STEPHENS, PHYLLIS JEAN H.R. Vice-President 8 ; H.R. Secretary 6 Art Committee 7, 8 ; Finance Committee 7 Social Committee 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer 7 , Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Prom Committee 8. STILES. VICKIE LYNN Band 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 6. STORCK, CHERYL ANN Exchange Student Committee 7, 8 ; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8; Librarian 7, 8 ; " Li ' l Abner " Orchestra 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; Future Nurses 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. STOUT, KATHRYN LOUISE H.R. Secretary 3, 5 ; H.R. Treasurer 7, 8 ; Art Committee 7, 8 ; Red Cross 7, 8 : Social Committee 5, 6, 7 ; Office Assistant 7, 8 : Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secre- taries 5, 6, 7 ; Student Leader 7, 8 ; Senior Announcement Committee 8. SWANSON, MARTHA SUE Student Council 6, 8 ; H.R. President 6 ; H. R. Secretary 3, 4 ; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Finance Committee 7 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Sophomore Mixer 5, 7 ; Thes- pians 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer ; Costumes 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Properties 6, 8 ; Art 6, 8 ; Makeup 4. 5, 6, 7, 8 ; " Crucible " Cast 5 ; " Diary of Anne Frank " 6, " Insect Comedy " 7, " South Pacific " 8, ' Li ' l Abner " (Makeup) 4, " The Skin of Our Teeth " Production Assistant 7 ; Oracle Reporter 7 ; Oracle Assistant Co-Edi- tor 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 6 ; Kadets 6, 7, 8 ; Golf 6 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations Day 6, 8 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Homecoming Prin- cess 7 ; Senior Class Secretary 8 ; Co-Chair- man of Prom 8 ; Senior Luau-Swim Com- mittee 8 ; Senior Mixer Committee 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. SWARTZ, CATHERINE ANN SWIGERT, LARRY WAYNE H.R. Treasurer 4, 5; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; " Li ' l Abner " Cast 4 ; Boys Club 6, 7 ; Track 6 ; Basket- ball Manager 5, 6 ; Hall Monitor 7, 8 ; All- State Quartet 5 ; State Music Contest 6 ; Madrigal 5, 6 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. SWITZER, JUNE ELLEN H.R. Treasurer 8. 68— TAYLOR, DEBORAH LYNN Student Council 3 ; H.R. Treasurer 4 ; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Red Cross Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Social Committee 6, 7, 8 Service Committee 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Usher 4 " Glass Menagerie " Costume, Makeup 6 " Li ' l Abner " Makeup 4 ; Office Assistant 7, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Life Saving 3, 4 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. TESDALL, LESLIE JOHN VANDORN, KAREN RAE Student Council 3, 8, Secretary 8 ; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Dolphins 3, 4 ; Majorettes 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 7. VEENSCHOTEN, DEE ANNE Student Council 3, 4 ; H.R. President 3, 4 ; Makeup " Skin of Our Teeth " 8 ; Oracle Reporter 7, Oracle Page Editor 8 ; Dolphins 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Cheerleading 3, 4 ; United Nations Trip 6 ; Prom Committee 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. THOMAS , DIANE Dropped VESTAL, TERRY DUANE THOMPSON, JOHNNY Concessions Committee 5, 6 ; Baseball 4 ; Basketball 6, 7 ; Football 3 ; Prom Com- mittee 8. TURNER, TRINA COLEEN VAN DAM, MARY PATRICIA H.R. Vice-President 4, 6, 7 ; Exchange Student Committee 7, 8; Red Cross Com- mittee 5, 6 ; Social Committee 7, 8 ; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Thespians 5, 6 ; Dol- phins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8 1 Fu- ture Teachers 3, 4 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Flag Twirlers 7, 8 ; Life Saving 6 ; Iowa High School Model United Nations Day 8 ; Prom Committee 8. VANDERWERF, DENNIS ROBERT Cross Country 3, 5, 7, Captain 7 ; Track 4, 6, 8, Captain 6, 8 ; Senior Swim and Luau Banquet 8. VOSBURG, JANE RAYNE Girls Glee Club 3, 4 ; Choir 5, 6 ; Library Assistant 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Flag Twirlers 5. 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. WALKER, COLLEEN MARIE WALLACE, JACK KEITH Student Council 7 ; H.R. President 7 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8: Boys Club 6, 7, 8, Secretary 8 ; Basketball 3, 4 ; Football 3, 5 ; Track 4, 6, 8; Prom Committee 8. WALTERS, DEBORAH Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ; French Club 8, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. WALTZ, RANDY G. H.R. Treasurer 8 ; Prom Committee 8. W ATKINS, CHERYL DIANE H.R. Vice-President 6 ; H.R. Secretary 7, 8 ; H. R. Treasurer 5 ; Art Committee 7, 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Makeup 6, 6, 7, 8 ; " South Pacific " Cast 8; North Tutor 3, 4; Irving Tutor 5, 6 ; Senior Prom Committee 8 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8 ; Oracle Reporter 6, Ad- vertising Manager 7 ; Polar Bear Talent and Special Recognition Section 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 • French Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 5, 6; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Historian 5, Secretary 7, Parliamentarian 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Kadet 6, 7, 8 ; Life Saving 6 j Swimming Timer 8. W ATKINS, VONDERLYRE ELIZABETH Student Council Member 3, 8 ; H.R Presi- dent 3. 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Flag Twirlere 7, 8; Cheerleading 3; United Na- tions Trip 6 ; Prom Committee 8. WEBB-BEY, HARRY Senior Luau-Swim Committee. WEDDELL, JANELLE SUSAN H.R. Secretary 3, 4 ; Social Committee 5 ; Oracle Reporter 7, Advertising Manager 8 ; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 8. WESTENDORF, WAYNE REYNOLDS WESTLUND, CYNTHIA LOUISE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 5 6 ; Gym Leader 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. WESTPHAL, VERNONA L. H.R. Secretary 3 ; Office Assistant 7, 8 ; Future Homemakers 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Presi- dent 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 ; Future Nurses 5, 6, 7 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. WILCOX, CARL EDWARD Boys Club 8 ; Computer Club ; Senior Swim- Luau Committee 8. WILLS, RICHARD L. Student Council 7 ; H.R. President 7 ; H.R. Vice-President 8 ; H.R. Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Library Assistant 7, 8 ; Oracle Reporter 6, 8, Sports Co-Editor 7; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8 ; Quill and Scroll 7, 8 ; Boys Club 5, 6, 7 ; Baseball 4 ; Basketball 6 ; Football 3, 7 ; Wrestling 3, 4 ; Intramurals 4, 5, 6. WILSON, JULIE LYNN Girls Glee Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Thieves Car- nival " Cast 6 ; " The Crucible " Makeup 5 ; Cap and Gown Committee 8. WOHLWEND, BARBARA JEAN H.R. Treasurer 5, 6 ; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Oracle Reporter 6, Page Editor 7 ; Polar Bear Academics 8 ; Dolphin Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; French Club 3 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 ; Life Saving 3, 4, 6 ; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. WOHLWEND, JOYCE ANN Office Assistant 5 ; Pep Club 3, 4, I School Guide 4, 5 ; Tech High 3, 4, 5, WOLVERTON, PATRICK JOSEPH —70— WONDERS, RANDY L. EPTON, FLOYD WOODYARD, MICHAEL WRIGHT, RUTH ANN GREEN, SYLVESTER LEE Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 8 ; Prom Committee 8. ANDER, JOHN LESLIE WRIGHT, SANDRA LEE Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; H.R. Presi- dent 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 ; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. I WYNN, LINDA JO ANNE Student Council 6; H.R. President 6; H.R. Vice-President 7, 8 j Library Assistant 6 ; Oracle Reporter 7, Page Editor 8 ; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8 ; Student Leader 5, 6, 7, 8 ; Quill and Scroll 8. ZAWISTOWSKI, JON MICHAEL COX, PATRICK Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6 ; Johnston High School 5, 6, 7. Camera Shy Graduates AGUINIGA, RAYMOND RICHARD ANDERSON, RICHARD ROBERT BALLARD, LESTER HERBERT BENNETT, MARK ALEX Student Council 8 ; Concessions Committee 7, 8 ; Garden Club 8 : Spanish Club 8 ; Base- ball 8. BROMMEL, JOHN B. BROWN. STEVE A. BURNS, BARBARA KAY Senior Announcement Committee 8. CAMPBELL, GARY MICHAEL CARTER, VIRGINIA MARIE COOK, DONALD ROY COX, JEFF L. DUNCAN, JONATHAN WARREN DUNCAN, OMAR T. Cross Country 3 ; Track 4. DUPUY, VICKI JOANN EOFF, RUSSELL S. FAIRCHILD, BARBARA JEAN FERGUSON, DOLORES ANN FONG, LAURA L. H.R. President 3 ; H.R. Treasurer 8 ; Social Committee 5, 6 ; Senior Banquet Commit- tee 8. FREEMAN, MICHAEL DEAN HART, LENIS PAUL Student Council 8 ; H.R. President 8. HAUS, LARRY JAMES HEINKEL, MICHAEL JAY HERRING, MARSHA MAY HILL, MARILYN ROBERTA Senior Prom Committee 8. HOHL, JAMES JOSEPH JONES, PAM Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. KRAMER, DANA LADD, DIANA LYNN LESTER, JUDY JO LEVINE, MARK DOUGLAS LINDGREN, GERRY A. LOCKMAN, EUDALEE DALE LOEHR, TIMOTHY MICHAEL MANUEL, ELIZABETH MARDALE GREEN Office Assistant 3, 4 ; Flag Twirlers 3, 4 ; Girls ' Golf 4 ; DECA 7, 8 ; Tech High 3, 4 ; Senior Announcement Committee 8. McCONNELL, D. MICHAEL Senior Announcement Committee 8. McNEELEY, KATHLEEN JEAN McQUERRY, CAROLYN MARIE East High, Denver, Colorado ; Tech High, Night School. MITCHELL, FAY LENORE NICHOLS, FREDRICK LEROY OLD BEAR. JEFFREY POLITO, JOHN JOSEPH PRESTON, ARLAN WAYNE RIDING, ROY LEWIS RISTAU, WILLIAM H. SEIBERLING, DANIEL EUGENE SELLERS, ESTHER MARLENE SHERIDAN, JOSEPH RICHARD SIMS, HERSHEL JAY SINGLETON, ELAINE OCTAVIA " South Pacific " Cast 8. SMITH, JAMES E. SPAGNOLO, FRANK ALAN STIELOW, ROBERT DEAN Senior Announcement Committee. WALLACE, JAMES EVERTT WATERMAN, DONNA M. WEAVER, MARIROSE Office Assistant 7, 8 ; " Night the Ghost Got In " ; Courter Tech, 3 ; Cincinnati, Ohio ; Senior Banquet Committee 8. WELBORN, DOUGLAS ALLEN WESSEL, RODNEY E. WILDER, VICTOR M. WILLIAMS, DAVID EUGENE WRIGHT, EDWARD BENEDICT —72— Senior men leading a chorus of Big Moe Says Seniors Spirit Their Way Through ' 69 All over the world 1969 is considered the " Age of Aquarius, " or the " Year of the Fowl, " but to North seniors this year it has a more profound significance. The ' 69 class, typified by spirited enthusiasm, has been rewarded by vivid and fond memories. Foremost in the minds of Northites was the first football game — a victory over sev- enth rated Bettendorf. Football also brings One of the most serious events in the life of any senior football player is the traditional burning of the shoe. Building pyramids is only one of the ways seniors Jack Rey- nolds, Scott McAdam, Bob Luxen, Ron Kellogg, Frank Cross- white and Martina Swanson spend their spare time. -73— Sentimental upperclassmen make their last Christmas at North an old fashioned one. to mind a memorable homecoming, " Up, Up and Away. " Seppo Ma rtika i nen, North s exchange student from Finland, was a very special part of this year. NHS also welcomed a new elective course, Black History. A treasured tradition was upheld with the decorating of the senior Christmas tree. It was an old fashioned short needled pine adorned with stringed popcorn and cran- berries. Basketball enjoyed active support. North ' s fine team breezed through sectional play to take the district crown. Another vivid memory will undoubtedly concern the allegations that North was a pot smoking, beer drinking, orgy ridden institution. Since actions speak louder than words, the conduct of most NHS students served to belie these statements. Early in February, the first official actions of the senior class began. Class officers Participating: in the Governor ' s U.N. Day are, seated: Laurie Jensen, Secretary of Agriculture Melvin Synhorst, Sheila Starkovich. Standing:: Carol Jessen, Karen Van Dorn, Vonderlyre Watkins, Bruce Potter, Vickie Sprigrgrs, Gordon Cox. —74— were elected. Appointed boys ' and girls ' representa- tives were added to the executive board. Pancake day enjoyed active support, as did the spring band festival. Vincent Abato, guest musician, presented a remarkable performance. " Time Machine " incorporated the Dolphin show theme. Routines ranging from prehistoric times to present day protestors were presented. Another highlight was the musical production " South Pacific. " Professional in quality, this presen- tation proudly exhibited North ' s dramatic and musical capabilities. Of course, there were activities exclusively for seniors . . . Demonstrating that the class of ' 69 is just one big happy family are Bob Luxen, Bob Schatz, Scott McAdam, Jack Reynolds, Mari Ridgeway, Frank Crosswhite and Karen Stephens. Linda Garver and Patti Blumer being measured for cap and gown. Senior Mixer Exhibits " World of Make Believe " Upperclassmen escaped from a hectic senior pace into the " World of Make Believe " to commence the 969 senior activities. With Dr. Ray Pugh as organ- izer-in-chief, the student center was decorated with silver stars and signs. Several skits included " As the Stomach Turns, " " The Johnny Carson Show, " and " Let ' s Make a Deal. " Following these, the costumed seniors trouped down to the gym and divided into 10 groups for relay games. Next, a hilarious laugh-in routine was presented . . . (What if the old woman in the shoe had heard of Planned Parenthood?) This was followed by impromp- tu charades given by each of the ten groups. The grand finale featured a chorus of " sexy sen- iors " presenting their interpretation of " She Looks Like Helen Brown. " Bob Nedderman and Steve Denprle winning: the blanket race. —76— Miss Something or Other directs the wailing senior boys in a chorus of " Bloody Deanna Bergman and Mike Noble put the finishing Mary is the Girl I Love. " « ,n the,r Luau costumes. This year ' s Senior Swim and Luau once again brought the seniors decked out in bright Hawaiian shirts, with girls outfits ranging from mini dresses to floor length culottes. Following swim- ming and games, a delicious dinner, prepared by the cooks was set before the colorful seniors. Using nothing but their fingers the seniors devoured an exotic salad, swiss steak, and other goodies. After dinner entertainment included songs from " South Pacific " sung by a group of senior boys, with one gorgeous something or other di- recting in a grass skirt and wig. The evening was concluded with dancing and more games. The 1969 Senior Prom took place at the Fort Des Moines Hotel Grand Ballroom on May 3, from 8:30 to 11:30. Ralph Zarnow and his band provided music at the dance which was truly a " Once in a Lifetime " experi- ence. Mike Noble and Kathy Quick were crowned Prom King and Queen by last years royal couple Kathie Cram and Tom Thoren at intermission. Mike Noble and Kathy Quick reigrt as Prom King: and Queen of 1969. t4 Once in a Lifetime " " Once in a lifetime a man knows a moment when fate takes his hand and this is my moment my once in a lifetime when I can explore a new and exciting land. " Prom King: candidates from left to rigrht were: Mike Siepman, Gordon Cox, Scott McAdam, Mike Long, and Mike Noble. Kathy Quick, Karen Van Dorn, Cindy Shoeman, and Carla Hansen were running: for Prom Queen. Not pictured is Linda Sassatelli. r I NHS seniors model attire for Prom. —78 Juniors To Face Challenge of Senior Year A T? PI L 1 i 9 t 5 « LI Top Row: Mara Abolins, Marvene Ackiss, Steve Adams, Mary Alexander, Maureen Alexander, Sue Allely, Rebecca Allen, Sharron Allen, Connie Allsup, Mike Anderson. Row 2: Rhonda Andrews, Sue Appell, Jane Ashdown, Gordon Avritt, Paula Baker, Debbie Bauer, Dolores Bayles, Connie Beirman, Ron Beirman, Bill Bemisdarfer. Row 3: Richard Benson, Dennis Barnard, Bill Beswick, Jr., Shauna Bishop. Diane Blarney, Gail B vman. Jack Barden, Greg Boggs, Craig Borlin, Francis Borzo. § 5 (AM ft 1 : Top Row: Ray Bothun, Mike Bougher, Gary Bowdre, Don Bowen, Rick Bowlsby, Pam Boylan, Phil Boydston, Jim Braver, Joyce Brewton, Connie Bridgeman. Row 2: Jim Briggs, Dennis Broadus, Gary Brown, Steve Brown, Pat Bucklew, Mike Burgher, Anita Burrell, Rodger Burton, Carl Butler, Fred Butorac. Row 3: Sharon Buwalda, Rose Camp, Diane Carr, Leanna Carson, Victor Carson, Terry Cassady, Mike Carter, Denorris Cavil, Tina Chagnon, Mike Chandler. Top Row: Nancy Cheshire, Phyllis Chiles, Bill Clark, Greg Clark, Linda Clayton, Stacey Clyce, Scott Cobee, Richard Cobb, Randy Cocherell, Velva Coleman. Row 2: Mike Connett, Bob Cooper, LaVonne Cooper, Connie Countryman, Laurie Cox, Rachel Craig, Steve Creed, Sandy Crook, Sandy Cropp, Carma Crowell. Row 3: Beth Darner, John Daugherty, Ernest Davis, Bob Davis, Steve Davis, Bonnie Day, Sonja Dempewolf, Arthur Dewitt, Melvin Diamond, Dan Dishman. Top Row: Brenda Duff, Randy Duff, Loretta Dunn, Terri Dyer, Avilda Eberhart, Betty Ebert, Pam Edwards, Terry Eggert, Barbara Ellett, Valerie Ellston. Row 2: Bill Ellsworth, Janis England, Joyce England, Bruce Erickson, Duanna Erickson, Tim Erickson, Pam Evans, Dick Fane, Vickie Farr, Pat Faulkner. Row 3: Karen Faust. Sandy Fees, Kathy Fenimore, Carol Fisher, Charles Fisher, Suzanne Fisher, Judy Fleu, Harry Flipping, Bob Florence, Bill Florence. 19 1 % % 1 Top Row : Janis Floyd, Paula Forbes, Sue Forsyth, Beatrice Amos, Faith Fulwood, Frank Turner, Keith Fuson, Chuck Freeman, Carol Galbreath. Row 2 : Dennis Gallagher, Chris Gamble, Joan Gamble, Brenda Gaskin, Maria German, Richard Gibson, Sandra Gilliland, Gloria Glattfelder, Debbie Goetz. Row 3: Roy Coll, Steve Comstock, John Gooding, Jeanne Gordon, Joan Grazier, Rose Green, Sandy Griffin, Vivian Griffith, Dave Grodt, Steve Halterman. m 1 1 ft 1 Ski 2 Top Row: Pat Hampe, Diane Hansen, Jack Hansen, Debbie Hardenbrook, Elaine Hare, Mary Hare, Joy Harrier, Marcia Hayes, Craig Haynes, Linda Heinkel. Row 2: Shirley Heminover, Edna Henderson, Linda Hevlin, Karen Higgins, Dave Hill, Mark Hill, Kathy Hinman, Don D. Holmes, Don R. Holmes, Ron Holmes. Row 3: Janey Hooper, Neml Howser, Larry Huffman, Jan Hughes, Karen Humburd, Sheryll Hunnell, Karen Hunter, Barb Huston, Linda Immel, George Inge. —81 — Top Row: Janis James, Carol Jackson, Jim Jackson, Jim Jackson, Joe Jackson, Jim Jefferson, Harold Jensen, Sherry Jinsen, Kathy Johnson, Martin Johnson. Row 2: Ruth Johnson, Vera Johnson, Leland Jones, Ray Jones, Vicky Jones, Jack Jordon, Belinda Kalar, Diane Kalwishky, Randy Kanis, Karen Kaufman. Row 3: Cheryl Keith, Marcia Kerns, Keith Klemme, Dennis Kline, Nancy Kling, Barbara Knapp, Pete Knight, Galin Koch, Anita Krause, Karen Lacey. Top Row: Pat Lajko, Randi LaMasters, Chuck Lane, Debbie Larson, Tom LaRue, Bob Lawson, Bettey Lee, Charles Lee, Florence Lee, Jerry Leveke. Row 2: Bob Lees, Sherrie Long, David Lowe, Don Lusk, Carolyn Mainard, Judy Manley, George Marchant, Frank Marshall, Robert Martin, Steve Mascaro. Row 3: Don Massman, Carol May, Dennis McBride, Bernard McCabe, Linda McCarty, Maureen McConnell, Mollie McCollum, Nancy McCrea, Jon McDonald, Tim McDonald. 3. 9 2 1 it Top Row: Donita McLaughlin, Cathy McLeod, Jim McMains, Chris Meltvedt, Steve Messer, Cedric Miller, Gene Miller, Jim Miller, Jeff Mittag, Barry Moon. Row 2 : Marie Naber, Randi Mutchler, Terry Murphy, Marcy Mumford, Mike Morse, Dennis Morris, Sonja Morlan, Becky Moore, Karen Moore, Judd Moon. Row 3: Keith Neal, Sharon Neai, Guy Nelson, Michele Nelson, Virginia Nelson, Dave Nicholson, Ann Nodland, Rene Obrechy, Kathy Olmstead, Greg Oline. —82— % — a Q i .9 2 1 Jk Top Row: Bill Oleson, Tom Olney, Don Ostrem, Kathy Ostrem, Chuck Overton, Nancy Parker, Earl Parsons, Chris Payne, Jeannie Peterson, John Phipps. Row 2: Jo Phoenix, Tom Pierick, Dave Pilcher, Mary Popiano, Shelly Poppe, Diane Porter, Guy Powell, Christie Priebe, Ted Prine, Dennis Propct Row 3: Melvin Purscell, Christina Pryor, Chuck Quick, Griff Reese, Milton Rhiner, Roxy Rice, Terri Richie, Mark Rinehart, Joann Robert- son, Mary Rodriguez. 1 0 TP 1 ■■■■■■■ 8 Top Row: Robert Royer, Bill Rollison, Bill Roll, Gloria Reeck, Steve Rutledge, Ann Salkiewicz, Bob Sadler, Mark Satre, Jim Scarcello, Jane Schlaser. Row 2: Doug Schlegel, Becky Schmitz, Grant Schwartz, Chuck Scott, Jane Selden, Dorothy Shaffer, Christina Shaw, Chris Sheibley, David Shelton. Row 3: Don Short, Sharon Shortridge, John Silk, Mary Simms, Sam Singleton, Cheryl Smith, Greg Smith, Marty Smith, Mary Smith, Vicki Smith. A i ft -1 s I -• ' V 1 ,1 (5 i 1 Top Row : Greg Snethen, Jaydee Sommers, Dave Sorter, Kathy Sparks, Mark Spillers, Linda Starkovich, Linda Stelpflug, Sandy Stephens, Dale Stewart, Diane Stewart. Row 2: Dave Stitzell, Kathy Stockwell, Barb Stone, Diane Storm, Margaret Stout, Gary Strode, Vicki Sullivan, Jessica Summers, Darrell Sundell, Jean Tasler. Row 3: Leota Teale, Sue Terrell, Sherry Tharp, Alfred Thomas, Bruce Thomas, Jeff Thompson, Mary Tinker, Deeann Townsley, David Tracy, Sherretta Triplett. —83— M 7 1 1 7 1 7 f% (ft % cm Q 7 m ♦ m .9 ; 4 [ Top Row: Kathy Tullis, Konsetta Turley, Pam Turner, Russ Underwood, Beatrice Vanni, Ronnie Vaughn, Rhonda Vecci, Doug Venenga, Paula Waddell, Betty Walker. Row 2: Chuck Wallace, Dennis Walloriat, Mark Warner, Bob Warick, Doug Waterman, Cecil Watson, Tom Watson, Mary Wease, Karen Weaver, Suzanne Weaver. Row 3: Theresa Weaver, Kenny Webb, Jack Welch, Bob Walker, Mike Wells, Cheryl Westlake, Stan Wheeler, Randi Wickliff, Debbie Williams, Mary Williams. Top Row: Alane Willis, Barbara Wilson, Becky Wilson, Tom Wilson, Debbie Wolfe, Linda Wong, Mary Wong, Bonny Woody, Jim Woodyard, Lee Worster. Row 2: Diane Wright, Hugh Wright, Dorothy Yaw, Jim Young, Debbie Zettle, Portia Burle, Muriel Camp, Dave Crop, Barb Knapp. Row 3: Craig Brown, Robert Bayles. Sophomores Gain High School Experiences V t 9 2 mm a %4 5 Top Row: Jacque Abbey, Douglas Agee, Jim Allen, Mike Allen, Rose Allen, Kathy Alexander, Jeanne Ancell, Alviria Anderson, James Anderson, Rhonda Anderson. Row 2: Edward Anspach, Sharon Appleton, Jeff Arlaud Jane Aswegan, Connie Atkins, Bob Baker, Sharon Barleer, Barb Wolhend, John Blomquist, Susan Blumer. Row 3: Annett e Bobenhouse, Leonarda Bobolinski, Teresa Boos, Judy Borwick, Larry Bradley, Peggy Braunschweig, Kenny Brewer, Cindy Brommel, Winifred Dudley, Don Brown. —84— 1 " m 1 " J % fit Ml i 5 1 Top Row: Jack Brown, Jamesena Brown, Neil Brown, Victoria Brown, Chris Bucklew, Sherry Buhrmaster, Elaine Buford, Karen Burk, Barb Burns, Mary Bushnell. Row 2: Sue Cain, Bob Calaway, Jim Calhoun, Vickie Camp, Pam Campbell, Carol Carpenter, Randy Cashatt, Jan Cate, Barb Chiles, Steve Chumbley. Row 3: Bill Clark, Lorenzo Clark, Scott Clark, Steve Cluney, Bill Coil, Mattie Coleman, Tom Coleman, Venus Coleman, Terry Conder, Jack Collins. 1 0 It 1 ft 9 «9 1 3 7 Top Row: Cris Connet, Patti Conrad, Mike Cooper, Dennis Cornell, Brent Cox, Steve Crawford, John Crystal, Cris Conn, Sheila Corley, Sue Corrick. Row 2: Mary Creamer, Mary Crookshank, Leroy Curl, Chuck Dameron, Louie Danes, Kathy Daniels, Russ Darr, Diana Damerville, Jo Davis, Joe Davis. Row 3: Lorry Davis, Sharon Davis, Jim Day, Ramond Day, Mike DeMoss, Jenni Dempewolf, Grant Dickison, Kathy Diehl, John Doherty, Kelly Evans. n f 9 ' Top Row: Marsha Dyre, Pam Eakins, Larue Eberhart, Marlon Ebrer, Franklin Edmanston, Vicki Edwards, Debbie Elingfs, Pat Engle Jan Ennis, Paula Etter. Row 2: Pat Eucilk, Mary Fazio, Terry Fazio, Jeff Feeley. Terry Fenimore, Barry Fisher, Nick Foggia, Margie Frank, Dave Frantz, Mike Free. Row 3: Steve Freeman, Darrell Furley, Jackque Gamble, Nick Gantner, Robbie Garver, Susan Gauch, Mary Ellen Gibson, Kathy Giefer, Glenda Graeber, Janise Groves. —85— 4t j l i •I t a. 1 Top Row: Ivan Gray, Jan Gray, Greg Greenfield, Dan Griffin, Sherry Gulling, Gloria Haack, Bob Hall, Jim Hall, Roy Hart, Jim Harteei . Row 2: Jo Ann Harvey, Kevan Hawks, Howard Hawthorne, Dave Hay, Bob Hayner, Dave Hays, Dorothy Heorold, Alfred Helman, Beverly Henry, Sandy Henry. Row 3: Margaret Herndon, Jan Herrold, Judy Heuss, Debra Hicks, Mike Hildebrand, Ken Hill, Ann Hilliard, Laura Hoekett, Vicky Hoffigan, Betty Hoffman. 3 4 % i a ft 2 T7 3 Top Row: Vickie Hoffman. Debbie Hohl, Steve Hollingsworth, Judy Holste, Sue Hood, Becky Hopkins, Dave Houston, Rick Hubbart, Larry Hudnall, Mary Hull. Row 2: Jim Hummer, Jean Hutchinson, Andrew Inge, Peggy Ingram, Anna Jackson, Barry Jackson, DeAnne Jacobe, Miriam Jameson, Denny Jannsen, Matt Johansen. Row 3: Bob Johansen, Elaine Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Linda Johnson, Phil Johnson, Dick Johnston, Dave Jones, Sally Jugenheimer, Pete Julstrom. 1 % % 1 f 1 - % 1 3 9 Top Row: Dean Jurgensen, Joyce Kalar, Cheryl Kelly, Tim Kelse, Cordell Kerby, Wallace Kippen, Gerald Kirkman, Mary Klaver, Dean Kness, Richard Knutson. Row 2: Phil Koger, John Kouri, Debbie Kramer, Randy Kuhlenbeck, Dave Lake, Jim Lamb, Paul Lamungo, Randy Lane, Bob Lepley, Nancy Levine. Row 3: Becky Lewis, Don Lewis, Ron Lewis, Jerry Lightfoot, Darrell Lincoln, Keith Lincoln, Marcia Linn, Berry Long, Patti Long, Bob Long. —86— It ft 1 3 1 9 A a ft 9 2 4 v Top Row: Ray Lorenz, Donna Lusk, John Manning, Suzanne Manning, Howard Mardis, Terry Mashek, Jerry Mattenly, Bob McCabe, John McCarthy, Sue McCrea. Row 2: Gary McCasland, Gary McClanahan, Terry McCombs, Carolyn McConnell, Kathy McConnell, Marianne McDermott, April McDonald, Gay McDonald, Joyce McEwen, Phylis McLain. Row 3: Nona McNeley, Lynda Meadows, Duania Mick, Co nnie Miller, Penny Miller, Mark Milton, Patricia Moberly, Mary Moore, Camine Morgan, Tommy Mortice. 3 9 A A- 1 ft tot 1 ft Top Row : Melanee Mundell, Paul Navin, Dan Nicholson, Darryln Norem, Evelyn Norflek, Marvin Oline, Kathy Ocher, John Osberg, Renee Osberg, Greg Overson. Row 2: Carey Parrott, Kathy Parsons, Ray Paschall, Karen Pasco, Armel Pate, Barb Patterson, Linda Pennington, Norma Perry, Warren Peterson, Debbie Pfannenstiel. Row 3: Jan Phillips, Donna Phillipsen, Joyce Pilmer, Jim Pinson, Jan Prather, Rodney Price, Randall Quinn, Ron Rasmey, Ann Randolf, Brenda Rapp. 9k 2 2.9 1 a ft T % A 1 9 ? 1 Top Row: Kathy Reese, Kenrie Reeves, Vizma Rekmanis, Jody Reynolds, Sandy Riggs, Stephen Ring, Rosalie Robb, Debbie Robbins, Jolinne Robertson, Connie Roberts. Row 2: Rickey Rogers, Lonnie Rollen, Dan Root, Kathy Routson, Rick Rubenstein, Patrice Rubino, Rick Ruby, Fred Russell, Ray Russell, Kathy Sailors. Row 3: Ann Sandage, Debbie Sawhill, Cindy Scarcello, Patricia Scheckel, Bob Scott, Hugh Semple, Jack Shannon, Sandy Shephard, Becky Sholes, Tom Sheridan. —87— Top Row: Tom Shelton, Terri Shetdon, Doug: Shogren, Bill Signs, Steve Simmons, Connie Smallwood, Donna Smith, Lynn Smith, Mike Smith, Patricia Smith. Row 2: Troy Smith, Debbie Stewart, Phylis Stewart, Don Stickney, Jim Stielow, John Stone, Jorja Stout, Jeanne Strathman, Jill Sutton, Bonnie Swanson. Row 3: Carol Swanson, Vivian Sweat, Christine Swink, Jeannie Swoboda, Kent Taylor, Laura Tesdall, Debbie Thomas, Jordy Thomas, Doris Thornton, Rickie Tillisworth. Top Row: Cecil Tillman, John Torney, Garnetta Triplett, Mona Trout, Pam Unchurch, Evelyn Van Dam, Pat Vasey, Sheila Van Kleek, Pete Vittritto, Sue Voegtlin. Row 2: Duane Wachter, Dennis Wadsworth, Debbie Warren, Danny Weckham, Wendell Webb-bey, John Wells, Dave West, Bill Wheeler. Row 3: Sandi Wickliff, Cyndi Wike, Mary Williams, Sue Williams, Linda Wilson, Kathy Witte, Blair Wolfe, Jenelle Wolfe, Patty Wood, Connie Worster. Top Row: Cai Wynn, Joe Young, Rick Falls, Kevin Johnson, Beverly Kramer, Kathy McConnell. —89— Mr. Webb Confidently Strengthens North ' s TRUE Image The stern hands of Mr. Webb guided North through the troublesome times of this past year. Mr. Webb helped to keep the strong pride in North going even through accusations which could have destroyed another school. Going on his third year at North, Mr. Webb has helped to build up North to a strong school in the area. His executive decisions and constantly thriv- ing spirit for North has helped to rank North among all the other best schools. WENDELL WEBB Sioux Falls College, B.A. S.U.I. , M.A. CHARLES GREENWOOD U.N. I., B.A. Drake Univ., M.S. As administrative intern, Charles Greenwood has helped Mr. Webb to strengthen North during the past year. He aided Mr. Webb in most of the administrative work. By ac- companying Mr. Webb through the year, Mr. Greenwood has gotten much profitable experience. Mr. Greenwood will now continue work- ing at the Julia B. Mayer Drop-In Center. Mr. Webb and Mr. Miller discuss some important N.H.S. business. —90— Boys and Girls ' Advisors Take Active Interest in N.H.S. Students Encouragement all N.H.S. boys. part of Mr. Miller ' s duties to NORMAN MILLER Drake Univ., B.S., M.S. After serving for one year as Vice-Principal - Boys ' Advisor, Mr. Miller has proven himself to be a great asset to North. He has brought into effect the system of having pink passes to walk through the halls during classes, and has headed the newly formed hall moni- tors. Included in his many duties as boys ' advisor and Vice-Principal are handling job opportunities for boys, and giving aptitude tests to students. MAYME LYONS Simpson College, B.M., Drake, M. of Music Graduate Study: Univ. of So. Calif., Northwestern, Columbia Miss Lyons spends much time doinj? business over the telephone. Celebrating her tenth year of service to North as Girls ' Advisor, Miss Mayme Lyons has helped several girls with many different problems. She has helped to counsel girls, helped some girls find work and has also taken a keen interest in all of North ' s activities. Besides all of that, Miss Lyons spends a great deal of her own time during the second se- mester to sponsor all of the senior class ' s final activities. —91 — English Improves the Skills of Our Language For Better Communication JAMES WICKHAM Drake, B.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U MAX PALMER Drake B.A. [7JI FRANCES SWETT Tuffs Univ., A.B. Columbia, M.A. WALTER BARNETT Parsons College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. LILLIAN HOURIGAN Parsons College, B.A. Graduate Study: Univ. of Chicago, S.U.I., Univ. of Minn., Drake OWEN JONES Colorado State Univ., B.A. Wisconsin State Univ. No picture available. EDWARD HANSON Drake, B.A. HELEN MORISON Iowa State Teachers College Univ. of Denver, B.S. Drake Univ., M.S. —92- Mr. Jones conducts his " musical " English class. Composition, literature, and grammar makes up the intense study of our difficult language, English. Sophomores are mostly concerned with " Julius Caesar, " outside reading and the prac- tice of theme writing. Juniors may have studied in the " Big E. " class (a class of about 200 students taught by three teachers). Their study centered around American literature and outside reading. The seniors that took English will recall " Macbeth, " " The Canterbury Tales, " theme writing, and poetry. That is preparatory work towards college. Some senior English students put on a play for their fellow students. Foreign Languages Help to Strengthen Knowledge Of The World " Airmen " listen to their instructions — only, in French ! " Comment allez-vous? " " Como esta Listed? " " Wie Gent ' s? " " Valesne? " Hopefully everyone would answer " Fine. " All of the four questions have two things in common. They all translate to " How are you ? " in French, Spanish, German, and Latin, and they are the foreign lan- guages taught at North. The basic fundamentals, sentence structure, pronunciation, customs and the nation are all taught in each foreign language course. The courses also help students to meet their college require- ments, and can prepare one for a job future. Interested in other people, lands, and customs? The study of a foreign lan- guage could be the answer. Mr. Streyfeller emphasizes his German language. DIANE KURTSHALTZ Simpson, B.A. LAWRENCE STREYFELLER Drake, B.A. LEE KOESTER Loras College, B.A., I.S.U. Drake, M.S. NO PICTURE AVAILABLE ELENA BONAU Drake, B.A. -93— Speech, Drama, Journalism Provide Vocational Experience ' 69 yearbook staff works to complete this annual. WALTER BARNETT Parsons College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. Learning the arts of reporting, how to write headlines and leads, how to arrange pictures and many of the journalistic methods is the basis of journalism. As a three-semester credit course, students first learn the methods of publishing an inter- esting newspaper. The second semester allows students to put their knowledge to work as an Oracle staff member. Third se- mester is the choice of workinq on the Oracle or yearbook staff. JOHN THOMPSON Grinnell College, B.A. Western Reserve, M.A. Speech and drama classes help students learn the art of speaking to others and the art of performing. Students gain experience through one- act plays, skits, panto- mimes, and speeches. Students become more outgoing and develop poise and self-confidence through these courses. As a result of hard work, drama students put on the musical. Talents Develop In Art and Music Courses KARL KILLINGER University of Notre Dame St. Ambrose College Drake University, B.M.E. " , M.M.E DONNA EMMONS Drake Univ., B.M., M.M. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Boston Univ. Mr. Killinger and the N.H. South Pacific. ' Developing in musical and artistic abilities is the purpose of the music and art departments. There are many activities provided in the area of music. Girls ' glee club, boys ' glee club, band, and orchestra encourage development in those fields. Those students that are exceptionally talented may be asked to join choir or stage band. The art department provides students a chance to display their creativity. There is a choice of art class and crafts. Crafts provides experience in clay modeling, making jewelry, working in ceramics, junk sculpture and silver work. Art develops skills in sketching, wood carving, tile printing, designing posters, rug weaving, clay work and silver work. No Picture Available RICHARD ROEDDER N.E. Missouri, B.S. Northern Arizona Univ., M.A. No Picture Available AMY BRYANT I.S.U., B.A. Graduate Study: Drake Senior Eric Sc his artistic abilities. —95— JOHN PHILLIPS Loyola University Drake, M.S. S.U.I. ROBERT MUNCH Graceland College, A. A. Drake, B.A. ELSIE WILMETH Drake, B.S. Graduate Study: Northwestern ALBERT GRAZIANO Grand View Drake, B.S. Social Science Focuses On Past and Present World Senior " men " finally get their revenge at Mr. Phillips. Mr. Fitzgerald chokes on his " words of wisdom. " Social studies is anywhere from the study of economics, to history to govern- ment. Students learn the history of the United States and the world. Seniors are re- quired to study the government of our nation, and the basics of economics. The study of social science prepares the stu- dent for voting, and provides an under- standing of the world in the student. It helps to develop better American citi- zens. BRANDT CROCKER N.E. Missouri State Teachers College, B.S. Univ. of Missouri, M.A. TOM FITZGERALD State College of Iowa, B.A. Kansas State Teachers College Drake JERRY RIDGEWAY Drake, B.A. VINCENT C. SCAVO Drake, B.A., M.S. DARRELL GRIPENBERG Drake Univ., B.A. —96— Black History Portrays the Negro Races Background KENNETH WHITNEY Xavier Univ. Drake Univ. Graduate Study: I.S.U. Mr. Whitney pointi out his im] ortant information. North ' s newest elective course, Black history, was started at the beginning of the 1969 spring semester, for seniors only. Seniors were given a choice of either Black history or economics (or government, depending on their schedule). Hopefully it would satisfy the de- mands that were presented to the School Board. Black history starts at the beginning — that is, the beginning of man. background of the Black man, and his life now. Later in the course, mostly to America. Through speakers, movies, books, current events, and discussion, stu- dents learn about the Black ' s feeling, the discrimination that they receive, and all of the racial problems. Every- one has a chance to display their feelings. Two classes of seniors have learned to understand their fellow man a little better. This could be a step closer to unity. The course depicts the the study is contained Mr. Whitney observes his Black histo lletin board. —97— Mathematics and Sciences Give Students EUGENE WORDEN Drake, B.A. Graduate Study: Columbia, Univ. of la., S.U.I., I.S.U. VERNON BLY Luther College, B.A. Kansas State, M.S. Graduate Study: S.U.I., I.S.U. Drake, Rutgers, University of Southern California HARRY MORTENSEN Grandview, A. A. Univ. of Minn., B.S., M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, S.U. ORVAL KNEE State College of Iowa, B.A. Drake, M.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U. Ron Kellogg offers suggestions to Marcia Anderson as she practices on the Friden Calculator. Mathematics is one subject that everyone starts to learn at a young age, and continues to need all the rest of his life. North ' s math department provides further education through: Geometry — the study of symetrical objects. Algebra the study of number systems. Advanced algebra expands further into the numerical systems. Trigonometry — is on the college level of math. It deals primarily with the study of triangles. Math becomes more and more necessary in this fast changing world. It is used from counting children to figuring out income tax forms. —98— New Insights In Changing World Mr. Brindley describes the srory details of the fruit flies ' " innards Knowledge through experiments is the basis of the biology, chemistry physics courses. These experiments provide educational opportunities students interested in learning the study of: phy S j cs — the motion of the earth and its forces. Chemistry the study of organic materials and their properties. Biology the study of the species, of plants, and animals. and for 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, Drake ■■■■ LAURENCE HUTZELL U.N. I., B.A. Middle Tenn. State Univ., M.A. Boa constrictor, " pet snake, " rests before he tries to strike asrain. —99— WALTER FRANZ Iowa Wesleyan College, B.S. Univ. of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, Univ. of Conn., Univ. of Mo. Business Education Provides Knowledge For Future Careers Alone, senior Omar Duncan braves all the females in clerical practice. PHYLLIS PHOENIX Univ. of Iowa N.W. Missouri, B.A. Drake ELAINE PETERSON Peru State College, B.S. Learning the skills of typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, clerical practice, business mathematics, notehand and English com- munications is the purpose of the Business Education Department. Students learn the fundamentals and practice to better them- selves. Upon graduation, many N.H.S. stu- dents can go out and get a job. Some decide to go on and further their education and abilities. BETTY JACKSON N.W. Missouri State, B.S. Univ. of Missouri, M.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Kansas, Colo. State College, Drake MARY JANE BLEE Simpson College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake WILLIAM FUNTE State College of Iowa, B.A. Univ. of Denver, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake SANDRA JORDAN Drake, B.S. —100— Home Management Prepares Girls For Future Home Life ERMA WILSON I.S.U., B.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Drake North ' s Home Management facilities are one of the most complete in the city. Girls learn homemaking skills from 14 sewing ma- chines in one room, and six complete kitchens and one clothes washer and dryer set in an- other room. The two rooms are connected by a furnished lounge. Sections that are covered in the home eco- nomic courses include planning and cooking meals, making their own wardrobes, caring for children, and discussing family relationships. Home management girls get experienced working with children. DECA Readies Youth For Working World Students that take Distributive Education get beneficial experience and a chance to step up on their ladder of success. D.E. is a three-semester course. Salesmanship occupies the first semester. The remaining year is spent working along with some class time to discuss problems, and learn from others experiences. These students have the chance to work their way up to more responsible and higher paying positions. DECA students get necessary practice by decorating hall SAM TREICHLER U.S.!., B.S.C. Drake U.N.I. — 101 — MARY HELEN MUELL Ohio State, B.S. Ed. Graduate Study: Drake MARILYN QUINN Buena Vista College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake JAMES LYLE Univ. of la., B.S., M.A. Graduate Study: Drake Uni ' DONALD POWELL Graceland Simpson Drake, B.S., M.A. Students Learn Skills and How To Work Together In Physical Education Pat Gulick gives a go at " diving. " Keeping the young people of today fit is the main objective of the Physical Education classes. Team sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, and Softball encourage students to learn to get along working together. Other sports such as tennis, golf, jumping on the trampoline, and daily exercises encourage students to develop their own special talents. To quote former President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, ' To have a sound mind, you must have a sound body. " RICHARD CAMP Drake, B.A., M.A. — 102- Steve Francisco improves his physique by working out on the universal gym. Industrial Arts and Drivers ' Education Provide True To Life Experiences ■ . ml DAVID HARDIE Iowa State, B.S. LARRY WIEDEMEIER State College of Iowa, B.A. Le ROY PARSONS Stout State Univ., B.S. I.S.U., M.S. Woodshop, mechanical drawing, metal shop and auto mechanics are the individual sections of the Industrial Arts Department. Students are taught the fundamentals of each course, and are given the chance for experience. Some may decide to learn a specific trade. After graduation they can then either go to a vocational school or get a trade job. Mr. Weidemeier gives Mr. Hardie a " smooth " ride on Miss Quinn ' s snowmobile. Driver ' s education classes provide students with life experiences that a driver faces every day. The classroom simulator helps improve a stu- dent ' s reaction to sudden hazards and turns. The final testing is done by Highway patrolmen who either come to North to test each individual driver, or at the Iowa Drivers ' Bureau. In Drivers ' Education one of the first things taught is how to get into the car — correctly ! ROBERT COLLINS No Pictures Available JACK GRAY IRVIN WILDMAN Parsons, B.S. Iowa State Colorado A. M. Drake GARY TAYLOR JAY WAND —103— Work Study Paves Way For Successful Lives MARGARET BALDWIN Whittier College State University of Iowa, B.A. Graduate Study: Drake University, S.U.I. JOSEPHINE MALTERUD Drake University, B.S., M A. KENNETH WHITNEY Xavier Univ. Drake Univ. Graduate Study: I.S.U. LAWRENCE SALSCW Univ. of Neb., B.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Neb., Colo. State Univ., I.S.U., Drake ELLA JONES Iowa State University, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake Work Study students study their lessons. Work study gives some N.H.S. students opportuni- ties in the working world. These students learn about the responsibilities and the ways of occupations. Through counselors, teach- ers and the administrators, work study students are placed in jobs of their abil- ity and desire. The students are given the opportunity to work their way up to more responsi Due to the concern of many work study advocates, these students get beneficial experience, tion and some extra spending money. ble positions, self-satisfac- —104— LOUISE McCAUGHAN Drake, A.B., M.S.E. Graduate Study: Univ. of Mexico San Marcos Univ., Peru LOWELL PERRY Drake, B.A., M A. Graduate Study: S.U. MARTIN PILLERS Drake B.A. - M.S.E. Indiana University, University of Iowa, Colorado State, Notre Dame Counselors Advise Students On Courses And The Future Without the help of the North counselors, many students would be more confused as to their future plans. One important job that the coun- selors assume is helping seniors plan the college that would fit both their price range and future plans. N.H.S. counselors also help with special tests and help plan students ' courses for the school year. i Mr. Borgr counsels junior Maria German on her schedule. JACK BORG S.U. I., M.A., B.A. Drake, I. S.U. NORMA WESTROPE Drake, B.A. JEAN HENbLEY Clerk — 105— Office Workers Make Job Easier For Teachers RITA LEE Steno-Secretary RUTH EASON Attendance Clerk MARGE OVERHOLSER Stenc-Secretary WANDA MEFFERT Registrar KATHLEEN ALLEN Steno-Secretary Office staff diligently keeps all N.H.S. records up to date. The North High faculty and students are fortunate in having an efficient office staff. Duties performed by this staff include mimeographing class papers, keeping daily attendance lists, keeping accounts in order for the school and clubs, and general office work. By keeping accurate records, the staff has assured many students of college and job opportunities. Board of Education BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1968-69— Left to right: Rev. L. Robert Keck, Mrs. Jack Spevak, Mr. John R. Haydon, Mr. Herrold V. Mann, Secretary, Board of Education; Dr. George G. Caudill, President; Dr. Dwight M. Davis, Superintendent of Schools; Mr. Ora E. Niffenegger, Mr. Merle F. Schlampp, Mr. Arthur Davis. — 106— Library, Nurse, T.V. Aide Help All North Students PHYLLIS SELLERS Librarian Iowa State Univ., B.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Chicago References, reading ma- terial and special educa- tional aids can all be found in the North High Library. Students can be found in there studying before or after school, during free periods, and •study halls. Along with the librarians, some vol- unteer students are there to help everyone get sit- uated. JOANN DWIERE Library Clerk ELEANOR W. BLANKS Texas Women ' s University, B.A. University of Texas, M.A. University of Texas, M.L.S. ' mm Students aterials in the library for research. Students are learning through new aides that North now has. One of the most educational means is the television camera. Students can perform and see themselves later. This helps students to see their errors, and then they can try to improve themselves, and their techniques. BEULAH FJELDE Northwestern School of Nursing, R.N. Drake, B.S. Protecting the welfare of all N.H.S. students, Nurse Mrs. Fjelde takes care of the health factors. Administering the various required tests, taking care of those that are ill or hurt, and keeping all of the medical records up to date occupies Mrs. Fjelde ' s time. Most stu- dents have had a chance to meet North ' s " Guard- ian Angel " at one time or another. The audio visual equipment is fairly new — 107— Custodians, Matrons, Cafeteria Workers Take Care Of North And Its Students Front Row: Dale Webb, Herman Virden, Ramon Logsdon. Row 2: John Lukaszow, John Browr Griffith, Frank Smith. Front Row: Edna Nelson, Bemice Snyder. Row 2: David Bolin, Mark Tripplet, Frank Palcic, Harold Havlind, Lloyd Gresdal. N.H.S. custodians and matrons keep the halls, rooms, restrooms, cafeteria, wind- ows and the rest of the school, including the outside, clean. The cooks make all of the meals for North. Between the custodians, matrons, and cooks, North and all of its occupants are well taken care of, in all aspects. Front Row: Mildred Cowles, Judy Patterson, June Dowell, Wilma Norn ' s, Jeannine Pfister, Alpharetta Koch. Row 2: Helen Amadeo, Clara Caulk, lone Dittmer, Rogene Lundy, Iona Vernon, Mae Smith. Row 3: Dott Barney, Marie Meyer, Bernice Bly. Not pictured: Helen Steinbach, Arlys Benshoof. — 108— Fall Student Council Led By Kellogg FALL STUDENT COUNCIL — Front Row: Sue Voegtlin, Marcia Linn, Sandy Griffin, Laurie Cox, Kathy Tullis, Ann Kinnamon, Linda Beeman. Row 2: Marilyn Gerecz, Marsha Anderson, Debbie Hall, Jenna Jurgensen, Melodee Mundell, Elaine Johnson, Sherry Buhrmaster, Debbie Larson. Row 3: Sue Blumer, Darrell Sundell, Mary Kay Alexander, Sandy Stephens, Sandy Wickliff, Jane Ashdown, Christie Pryor. Row 4: Deanna Bergman, Bill McDermott, Dave Frantz, Bob Schatz, Cheryl McConnell, Jeanie Swoboda, Janet Herrold, Mr. Hardie. FALL STUDENT COUNCIL — Front Row: Alvira Anderson, Shawn Reynolds, Tom Minks, Kathy Quick, Patti Blumer, Janet Phillips, Karen Hunter, Judy Stout. Row 2: Hugh Wright, Jack Reynolds, Frank Crosswhite, Mary Ridgway, Terri Shelton, Jodi Reynolds. Row 3: Bill Rollison, Dennis Peterson, Carl Butler, Joyce Brewton, Gail Bowman, Jack Wallace. Row 4 : Ric Wills, Gordon Cox, Larry Gnewikow, Kevin Brown, Ron Kellogg, Dick Rodine, Craig Hunter, Bob Luxen. Brewton Heads Spring Student Council President Chuck Brewton listens to student council members comment on the spring project. Chuck Brewton Scott McAdam Mary Ridgway Karen Van Dorn LeRoy Chatfield President Vice President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer North High ' s Student Council is the most important and one of the largest organizations of the school. The Council is made up of an elected representative from each home room and the Council ' s officers though the meetings are open to everyone. Through the council many activities are planned and money is raised for various projects. A few of the activities sponsored by the Council this year were the Car Bash, Kite Day, Easter Egg Hunt, Spinster Spree, and Homecoming. The sponsor of the group was Dave Hardie. — 1 1 1 — Judici al Board Enforces School Policies Upholding the laws and order of North High School is the duty of the members of the Judicial Board. The board has the authority to issue slips to students for destroying or disturbing the school. Student violators must then appear before the board and some form of punishment is issued. This year ' s head adviser was David Hardie. PALL JUDICIAL BOARD — Front Row: Mary Kay Alexander, Marsha Anderson. Row 2: Carl Butler, Jack Reynolds. Row 3: Dennis Peterson, Bruce Potter. Inter-City Student Council Promotes School Relations Promoting better relationships between schools is the main purpose of Inter-City Student Council. North was represented by two members chosen by student council as well as North ' s own president and vice president of student council. INTER-CITY STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES— Front Row: Sandy Griffin, Patty Blumer, Jodi Reynolds. Row 2: Jeanne Ancell, Gail Bowman, Robby Garver, Bill McDermott. Row 3 : Bob Luxen, Gordon Cox, Ron Kellogg, Craig Haynes, Seppo Martikainen. —112— Social Committee Plans Dances SOCIAL COMMITTEE — Front Row: Mrs. Amy Bryant, Bonny Woody, Helen Mischkiet, Phyllis Stephens, Deanna Bergman, Jodi Reynolds, Sue Voegtlin, Pat Bucklew, Judy Mossholder, Karen VanDorn. Row 2: Miss Mayme Lyons, Jeanne Ancell, Karen Moore, Chuck Clark, Mike Siepmann, Frank Crosswhite, Terry Shelton, Jenna Jurgrensen, Linda Roberts, Linda Beeman, Debbie Murtle. Row 3: Karen Weaver, Bill McDermott, Martha Swanson, Shawn Reynolds, Karen Stephens, Barb Hansen, Terri Broxmeyer, Carol Jensen, Kathy Fenimore, Jane Ashdown. Row 4: Griff Reese, Bob Baughman, Ron Kellosrsr, Leroy Chatfield, Mari Ridgrway, Laurie Jenson, Gordon Cox, John Phipps, Craip: Hunter, Steve Dengrle, Steve Anderson, Dick Rodine. Planning and decorating for the school dances is the main purpose of social committee. 4t Up, Up, and Away " was the theme of the Homecoming activities this year. Debbie Hall and Dick Rodine were co-chairmen of the organization. Max Palmer was the faculty adviser. SOCIAL COMMITTEE — Front Row: Janet Herrold, Kathy Quick, Karen Crowell, Connie Miller, Janice Claussen, Judy Hollrah, Barb Huston, Nancy Holste, Maria German. Row 2: Jean Swaboda, Melanie Mendell, Kathy Sailors, Rhonda Anderson, Patty Long, Lauri Cox, Mara Abolins, Pam Boylan Ann Nodland, Gloria Reeck, Rose Camp. Row 3: Donald Holmes, Mary Van Dam, Barb Sidoner, Linda Stelpflug, Jane Seldon, Sharon Allen Debbie Taylor, Barb Stone, Delores Bell, Chris Gamble, Sandy Stephens. Row 4: Chuck Wallace, Bill Ellsworth, Jack Wallace, Tina Chaprnon, Jan Hujrhes, Terry Cassidy, Christe Priebe, Judy Holste, Marcia Lynn, Sandy Wickliff, Mary Kay Alexander, Kathy Stockwell. — 113— Pep Board Promotes School Spirit PEP BOARD — Front Row: Sue Voegtlin, Jenna Jurgensen, Ann Kinnamon, Deanna Bergman, Karen Hunter, Karen VanDorn. Row 2: Patrice Kalleen Sandy Wickliff, Mary Kay Alexander, Connie Worster. Mary Ridgeway, Debbie Hall. Row 3: Craig Hunter, Griff Reese Scott McAdam Leroy Chatfield, Ron Kellogg, Mike Noble. Pep Board encourages schoolwide enthusiasm and spirit for North and all school sponsored activities. They plan spirit week as well as all the school pep assemblies. This year ' s spirit week included Class Days, Mum Day, and clash day. The members of Pep Club are the heads of various spirit groups at North. Art Committee Exhibits School Spirit U MAKERS SCRAMBLE u i vi n t h ART COMMITTEE — Front Row: Deanna Bergman, Jan Cate, Sheri Watkins, Jan Claussen, Jan Gray, Sue Voegtlin, Jodi Reynolds, Sandy Griffin, Judy Mossholder, Dorothy Shaeffer, Connie Miller, Judy Hollrah. Row 2: Christie Priebe, Bonny Woody, Maria German, Sandy Wickliff, Peggy Braunschweig, Sue Bloomer, Phyllis Stephens, Pam Upchurch, Kathy Stockwell, Dolores Bayles, Mara Abolins, Rhonda Andrews. Row 3: Janice James, Pat Johnson, Sherry Buhrmaster, Jan Hughes, Shawn Reynolds, Debbie Taylor, Jackie Abbey, Terri Shelton, Connie Moran, Judy Hoist, Linda Roberts, Terri Richie, Mr. Richard Roedder. Row 4: Tana Roff, Velma Reeves, Robin Pagitt, Diane Stewart, Terry Cassady, LeRoy Chatfield, Bob Nedderman, Bob Baughman, Martha Swanson, Laurie Jensen, Carol Jessen, Kathy Sailors, Marcia Hayes, Gloria Reeck, Tina Chagnon, Cheryl McConnell. Art committee promotes school spirit by painting the weekly signs and posters for games and other school events. The committee also designs program covers and helps prepare scenery for the plays and the Dolphin Show. The faculty sponsor is Richard Roedder. SAT ' s Sold By Finance Committee FINANCE COMMITTEE — Front Row: Deanna Bergman, Kathy Quick, Barb K. Hansen. Row 2: Mary Kay Alexander, Martha Swanson, Terri Broxmeyer, Vincent Scavo. Row 3: Carol Jessen, Mari Ridgway, Dean Gillaspey, Craig Hunter. The primary function of the Finance Committee is to sell Student Activity Tickets. This year ' s SAT ' s sales netted $8,950. The committee is also responsible for other activities of Student Council in which finances are concerned. Deanna Bergman headed the committee with Vincent Scavo as faculty adviser. Students Serve The Community SERVICE COMMITTEE— Front Row: Bonny Woody, Kathy Stout, Janice Claussen, Jan Cate, Laurie Cox, Bonnie Dav, Debbie Robbins, Karen Hunter, Debbie Murtle, Linda Beeman. Row 2: Cheryl McConnell, Barb A. Hansen, Sharon Seward, Laurie Tesdall, Joann Mainard, Terry Cassady, Karen Moore, Carmen Crowell, Marcia Kerns, Donna Lusk, Sharon Allen. Row 3: Bob Schatz, Jan Hughes, Frank Crosswhite, Beth Darner, Velma Reeves, Gary Schwab, Griff Reese, Jeanne Gordon, Jim Lamb, Denorris Cavil, Mr. Jerry Ridgway. Sponsoring the Easter Egg Hunt and the Christmas Party for the Day Care Center children were projects provided by the Service Committee. They also sponsored the Talent Days at North. Jerry Ridgeway is the sponsor of this group. — 115— THESPIANS — Front Row: Karen Moore, Mari Corey, Sherri Watkins, Phyllis Stephens, Rhonda Vecchi, Beth Darner. Row 2: Peggy Braun- schweig, Tana Roff, Tina Chagnon, Cindy Shoeman, Martha Swanson, Sharon Seward, Deborah Fox. Row 3: Sandy Wickliff, Sharon Buwalda, Griff Reese, Steve Anderson, Robert Baughman, Alan Dyer. Thespians Produce u By The Skin Of Our Teeth " THESPIANS — Front Row: Deanna Bergman, Pat Faulkner, Kathy Sailors, Mari Ridgway, Christie Priebe, Terry Cassady, Maria German. Row 2: Joyce England, Shawn Reynolds, Jeanne Groom, Ann Kinnamon, Diane Stewart, Diane Kalwishky, Vicki Farr, Rhonda Anderson. Row 3: Jack Gay, Rick Bowlsby, Bill McDermott, Jim Fogarty, Bob Nedderman, Bob Sadler, Bob Cooper. The main project of the Thespians this year was the presentation 44 By the Skin of Our Teeth. " The student director was Jim Fogarty with Mr. Thompson as faculty sponsor. The Club is nationwide and consists of students who have sufficient points in dramatic activities and have participated in at least one play. —116— The " Little Iodines " are a great help to the school nurse, Mrs. Beaulah Fjelde. These girls file and make out new health cards, keep records of students leaving for the dentist and doctor, and keep the cot room clean. NURSE ' S ASSISTANTS— Front row: Judy Stout, Kathy Sparks. Row two: Rose Green, Mrs. Beulah Fjelde, Beth Darner. Students Assist Faculty Members Every hour the office assistants can be seen picking up absence slips from the classrooms. Other duties of these girls are answering the telephone, taking messages, sorting absent slips, typing, and running errands. Miss Marge Overholser is in charge of the office workers. OFFICE ASSISTANTS— Front row: Kathy Stout, Barbara Knapp, Chris Bucklew, Jorja Stout. Row two: Ann Nodland Debbie Taylor, Theresa Shaw, Denise Kinsr. Row three: Ann Salkiewicz, Miss Marge Overholser, Ruth Ann Wright, Mrs. Ruth Eason, Vernona Westphal. —117— Organizations Help Students Prepare For The Future FUTURE SECRETARIES-— Front row: Randi La Masters, Paula Waddell, Vicki Jones, Sue Mattern, Janet Rew, Kathy Stout, Judy Hollrah, Becky Bush, Kathy Stockwell, Shelly Poppey. Row 2: Candy Mendenhall, Bonnie Day, Linda Beeman, Lynda Sassatelli, Joyce Fett, Gloria Barker, Debbie t U j ' r J u n Cate Jessica Summers, Ann Nodland, Mrs. Jackson. Row 3: Pat Faulkner Pam Turner, Debbie Bauer, Sandy Stephens, Gwen Cogley, Linda Roberts, Janelle Weddell, Debbie Day, Lee Worster, Dianna Crowder, Kathy Olmstead. Row 4: Karen Moore, Joanne Mainaird, Kathy Spicer, Velma Reeves, Tootsie Shelton, Lynn Petty, Linda Hevlin, Marilyn Pierce, Karen Lacey, Maureen McConnell, Chris Shaw. Preparing students for future secretarial work is the main function of the Future Secretaries. The group did this through guest speakers from Area 1 1 Community College, IBM, other secretaries, and num- erous films. This years sponsors were Mrs. Betty Jackson and Miss Mary Jane Blee. The purpose of the Future Teachers Club of America is to give the student a better idea and under- standing of the profession. This year the group had an installation dinner for officers, a tour of the Salisbury House, and a student teacher panel discussion. Linda Wynn served as club president with Mrs. Josephine Malterud as sponsor. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA— Front row: Debbie Kramer, Karen Hunter, Helen Mischkiet, Sheri Watkins, Rhonda Veechi, Rhonda An- drews. Row 2: Beth Darner, Marcia Kerns, Connie Miller, Bonnie Day, Marcia Linn, Barb Wilson, Debbie Day. Row 3: Mrs. Malterud, Patty Wynn, Melanie Mendell, Patty Long:, Mari Ridsrway, Sharon Seward, Terry McCombs, Valerie Ellston. Row 4: Claudia Mayberrv, Debbie Fox, Velma Reeves, Jeanne Ancell, Randi Wickliff, Jean Sperry, Jeri Luedke, Judy Holste. — 118— Students Benefit Through Clubs FUTURE HEALTH CAREERS — Front Row: Sandy Henry, Janice England, Maureen Alexander, Judy Stout, Cathy Lajko, Mrs. Fjelde. Back Row: Kathy Sparks. Vernona Westphal, Cheryl Storck, Marcia Hayes, Beverly Henry, Debbie Bauer, Vivian Griffith. This year ' s Future Health Careers has been busy showing the girls what kind of life they will live if they choose nursing as a career. The girls saw a movie on a student nurse and visited Iowa Methodist Hospital. They also had a tea at Mercy Hospital and planned a party for their final meeting. Among the activities of this year ' s Future Homemakers were meetings held with Hoover and a visit to the Carriage House. The purpose of the group is to keep the girls updated in the field of homemaking as well as give them experience that will be useful later. The sponsor of the group is Miss Erma Wilson. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS — Front Row: Miss Erma Wilson, Sue Terrell, Cindy Jackson, Kathy Tullis, Diane Carr. Row 2: Debbie Cobb, Jo Phoenix, Teresa Shaw, Cynthia Davis. Row 3: Vernona Westphal, Cheryl Smith, Carla Hansen, Janice Olson, Vicki Brodeen. —119— Pep Club SPRING PEP CLUB OFFICERS— Front: Debbie Hall, Barb K. Han- en. Row 2: Randi Wickliff, Janice Clausscn, Barb Sidoner. Promoting school spirit and cheering at school games is the main purpose of Pep Club. The club does this by selling spirit tags, putting on skits at assem- blies; and having guest speakers. This year the Spirit Stick was won by the sophomore class. FALL PEP CLUB OFFICERS — Front Row: Patrice Kalleen, Kathy Quick. Row 2 : Maria German, Marcy Mumford, Karen Faust. — 120— Le Cercle Francais FRENCH CLUB — Front: Kenrie Reeves, Jan Cate, Debbie Kramer, Pat Wynn, Jessica Summers, Laura Tesdall, Karen Hunter, Darryln Norem. Row 2: Karen Crowell, Diane Stewart, Terry Cassady, Christie Priebe, Linda Wynn, Barb Wilson, Kathy Diehl, Beth Darner. Row 3: Karen Weaver, April McDonald, Patrice Rubino, Jay Dee Sommers, Randi Wickliff, Vicki Brodeen, Diana Wright, Jean Hutchison, Miss Kurtzhalts. Row 4: Bill Byas, Bob Nedderman, Griff Reese, Ore Clarke, Dave Kirshner, Velma Reeves, Jean Sperry. Members of French Club are able to get a better understanding and appreciation of the French language and way of life. This year the club had parties and various other programs. Karen Crowell served as club president along with Miss Diane Kurtzhalts as sponsor. Club de Espanol The main purpose of Spanish Club is to learn more about the customs and culture of the country. The club did this through guest speakers, dinners, and fiestas. This year ' s presidents were Mike McPherson and Dean Gillaspey with Mrs. Elena Boneau as sponsor. SPANISH CLUB — Front Row: John Stone, Robert Scott, Jon Zawistowski, Mike McPherson, Mike Kirkpatrick, Dean Gillaspey. Row 2: Kathy Ostrem, Cathy Lajko, Helen Mischkiet, Jenny Frew, Betty Ebert, Mrs. Bueno. Row 3: Alane Willis, Jeanne Ancell, Rhonda Kay, Marcia Davis, Valerie Elston, Rose Green, Jeri Luedke, Sheryl Meisheid, Diane Kalwishky. der Deutsch Verein GERMAN CLUB — Front Row: Alane Willis, Vivian Griffith, Sandy Gilliland, Judi Heuss, Linda Dickson. Row 2: Teressa Boos, Terri Broxmeyer, Jeanne Gordon, Marcia Kerns, Pat Bucklew. Row 3: Frank Marshall, Mike Poor, Dave Frantz. Row 4: Mark Satre, John Silk, Don Brown, Jeff Mitta , Mr. Streyffler. German Club helps to give its members a better idea of the language, customs, and way of life of the German people. The club achieved these goals mainly through slides. This year Marcia Kerns served as president with Larry Streyffeler as faculty sponsor. Debaters Win Special Recognition For North Debate Club gives its members an opportunity to develop forensic techniques so that they are more capa- ble to participate effectively in democratic procedures. They have won much rec- ognition for North this yea r in their debate exchanges with other Des Moines schools and numerous tour- naments. The sponsor of this group is Owen Jones. DEBATERS — Front Row: Pat Lajko, Jack Gay. Row 2: Francis Borzo, Jeanne Groom, Faith Fulwood. Row 3: Bob Johansen, Steve Colton, Rick Rubenstein, Dave Frantz. Row 4: Mr. Jones, David Houston, Don Brown, Dick Rodine. — 122— N.H.S. Boys Show Pep and Spirit KIWANIS — Front row: Mr. Fitzgerald, Bob Schatz, Craig Hunter, Dean Gillaspey, John Phipps. Row 2: Don Krause, Bill Ellsworth, Kenny Martin, Allan Lander, Mike Nodland. Row 3: Gary Schwab, Mike Rubino, Bob Baughman. Bob Nedder- man, Dick Rodine. Preparing phone directories and selling " Class of 69 " buttons were among the services of the Kiwanis Key Club. This years club president was Mike Rubino, and the faculty sponsor was Thomas Fitzgerald. Sponsoring bus trips to school football and basketball games and selling North High T-shirts occupied the members of the Boys ' Club. The group also arranged a hayrack ride for the whole school. David Hardie served as faculty sponsor for the club. BOYS ' CLUB — Front row: Mike Siepman, Jack Gay, Mike Poore, Bill McDermott, Bob Lawson, Dave McGinnis, Gary Bowdre. Row 2: Frank Crosswhite, Tim Olney, Mike Noble, Ric Wills, John Silk, Bill Ellsworth, Dean Gillaspey, Jim Hohl. Row 3: Don Krause, Gary Anderson, John Bockert, Jack Wallace, Craig Hunter, Bill Mohr, Phil Leslie, Rick Bowlsby. Row 4: Bill Rumme, Ron Kellogg, Leroy Chatfield, Chuck Wallace, Bob Jones, Steve Anderson, Dick Rodine, Steve Dengle, Todd Ririe, Roger Pickett, Don Holmes. — 123— Monitors Patrol Halls at North MONITORS — Front Row: Chuck Brewton, Floyd Epton, Tom Minks, Frank Crosswhite, Donita McLaughlin, Kathy Stockwell, Rose Camp. Row 2: Jack Reynolds, Gordon Cox, Craig Hunter, Mike McPherson, Ron Holmes, Tina Chagnon. Row 3: Bob Baughman, Leroy Chatfield, Scott McAdam, Tim Johnson, Sherwood Brown, Bob Lawson, Duane Wachter. Row 4: Bruce Potter, Ron Kellogg, Randy Kanis, Marty Smith, Guy Powell, Denny Lewis, Don Massman, Grant Schwartz, Mr. Norman Miller. The duty of the North monitors is to keep the peace and quiet in the school halls during class. Mon- itor posts are set up throughout the school and any student passing through the halls at class time is required to show a pass. This year Norman Miller is in charge of the organization. DECA Prepares Students For A Career D.E.C.A. — Front Row: Colleen Lydon, Kathy Price, Dixie Burnham, Cheryl Moon, Janie Stout, Jo Moore, Karen LaRue. Row 2: Pat Wolverton, Bill Ristau, Mike Murphy, G. W. Cauvel, Mike James, Linda Nemo. Row 3: Dave Russell, Bob McLaughlin, Gary Aswegan, Fred Glass, Roy Riding, Mr. Sam Treichler. Distributive Education students have the opportunity to learn through actual experience. They are trained in the fields of wholesaling, retailing, and service establishment. Training and instruction is given in the classroom, along with their regular duties in the morning, and they report to work at respective places of business during the afternoon. Mr. Treichler is the DECA sponsor. —124— Foreign Exchange Aids Foreign Student FOREIGN EXCHANGE COMMITTEE — Front Row: Janice Claussen, Janice England, Shauna Bishop, Kathy Alexander. Row 2 : Pat Johnson, Cheryl Stork, Patrice Faulk- ner, Joyce McEwen, Mrs. Wilmeth. Row 3: Barb Sidoner, Joyce England, Suzanne Manning, Diana Damerville. Sponsoring Penny Day every Tuesday in home room is only one function of Foreign Exchange Commi ttee that helps finance a foreign student at our school. The Committee plans activities which are of interest to its members as well as the exchange student, who was Seppo Martikainen this year. Mrs. Elsie Wilmeth is sponsor of this organization. Concession Committee Serves North Students CONCESSION COMMITTEE: Mona Trout, Kathy Sparks, Coach Camp, Kathy Spicer, Jan Hushes, Kris Hokanson. Serving students pop, potato chips, candy, and other snacks is all part of the Concession Committee ' s duties. The stand is open at lunch in the stu- dent center and before and after school. These students, headed by Coach Dick Camp, have volunteered to work. —125— The Stage Crew is re- sponsible for arranging the settings for plays, concerts, and assemblies. The crew also builds the stage settings and arranges the lighting. LeRoy Parsons is the fac- ulty adviser of this group. STAGE CREW — Front Row: Chris Meltvedt, Bob Baughman, Vic McCulloujfh, Steve Brockett. Row 2: Mr. Parsons, Allen Dyer, Mark Garanson. Row 3: John Silk. Boys Assist In Auditorium And Classrooms Running movie projectors for assemblies annd special programs as well as in the classrooms are all part of the Audio Visual Crew ' s job. These students also deliver and pick up vari- ous equipment from the classrooms. AUDIO VISUAL CREW— Front Row: Dave Kirchner, Kenny Webb, Jack Gay. Row 2: Duane Wachter, Milton Rhiner, Bill Ellsworth, Steve Brown. Row 3: Guy Nelson, Grant Schwartz, Bob Jones, Mrs. McCombs. — 126— ( lirls I ime at Swimming Meets Girls can now be seen around the pool at swimming meets with stop watches timing the swim- mers. This is the first year for the group with Claudia Mayberry as presi- dent and Harry Mor- tensen as adviser. SWIMMING TIMERS — Front Row: Sherri Walking, Jean Hutchison, Janet Herrold. Sue Hood, Diane Kalwishky, Debbie Goetz. Row 2: Karen Crowell, Judy Borwick, Marcia Kerns, Karen Hunter, Daryln Norem, Carol Swanson. Row 3: Terry Cassady, ilt-nchi Grabber, Diana Wright, Alaru- Willis, Ann Sa I k icw icz, Jeanne Anccll. IVggy H 1 a u nsehweig. Computer Club Learns to Operate Machines Giving qualified students an opportunity to work with computers and keypunch ma- chines is the main purpose of Computer Club. The Polk County Board of Education of- fice gives these students the opportunity to use computers, and they go to Tech to use the keypunch machine. Vernon Bly is the sponsor of the group. COMPUTER CLUB— Front Row: Bob Sadler, Dennis Gallagher, Gary Row 2: Carl Wilcox, Steve Brown, Faith Fulwood, George Marchant Students Usher At School Functions Bob Warrick, , jko, Marty John Taking tickets and handing out pro- grams at v a r i o u s school functions is the duty of Usher Committee. The group works at school plays, mu- sical performances, assemblies, bacca- laureate, commence- ment, and other school events. Vickie Jones served as chairman with Robert Munch as club sponsor. USHERS — Front Row: Rhonda Vecchi, Janis England, Karen Hunter. Row 2: Jay-Dee Summers, Bette Lee, Debbie Larson, Marcia Kerns, Melodee Mundell. Row 3: Elaine Johnson, Joyce England, Mary Kay Alexander, Joyce Brewton, Mr. Munch. Row 4: Tim McDonald, Gay McDonald, Mark Warren, Bill Ellsworth. — 127— Library Assistants Serve Students and Faculty I E Hit Ell I Mmu KHLfl lUUilfifl LIBRARY ASSISTANTS — Front Row: Sue Corrick, Loy Davis, Laurie Cox, Jan Larson, Jan Phipps, Jane Vosburg. Row 2: Sam Singleton, Mrs. Sellers, Bill Florence, Bob Florence, Gale Reese, Kenny Webb, Dean Gillaspey, Dave McGinnis, Mrs. Blanks, Mrs. Dwiere, Mark Hill, Tom Chrystal. Library Assistants prove of great value to the librarians Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Dwiere, and Mrs. Blank. The students devote their study periods to the checking out and shelving of books, filing, sending out overdue book slips, and keeping the books in good condition. Girls Help Lead Gym Classes GYM LEADERS — Front Row: Linda Wynn, Sheryl Meisheild, Lori Cox, Janey Hooper, Aleta Moore, Sue Fisher. Row 2: Miss Quinn, Karen Stephens, Sheretta Triplett, Kathy Stout, Gloria Barker, Linda Starkovich. Row 3: Cindy Westlund, Velma Reeves, Cheryl McConnell, Pat Atkins, Linda Ainsworth, Karen Faust, Kris Hokanson. Leading exercises, refereeing games, and taking attendance is all part of the job of the gym leader. These girls are chosen at the beginning of each semester by the physical education teacher Mrs. Muell. These girls are required to take gym five days a week. —128— — 129— Four female butterflies flirt with Felix. The fall play presented on November 15 and 16 this year was " Insect Comedy " by Josef and Karel Capek. It was a satire on life, with butterflies portraying the selfishness of people, the beetles and crickets, death and the ants showing war. It was directed by John Thompson, dra- matics teacher. The lead was played by Jim Fogarty, a bum, as he viewed the insects through their life span. CAST Prologue — A Forest The Vagrant Jim Fogarty The Professor ... Bob Sadler Act I— The Butterflies Iris Diane Kalwishky Clythia Sharon Buwalda Felix Bob Nedderman Victor Bob Cooper Otakai Ed Rarick Young Butterflies Mari Ridgeway, Sue Fisher Sharon Seward, Martha Swanson Act II — The Marauders Chrysalis Terry Cassidy Male Beetle .... Griff Reese Female Beetle Jeanne Groom Strange Beetle Greg Smith Ichneumon Fly _ Mike McPherson Larva Kathy Sailors Male Cricket Rick Bowlsby Female Cricket _ Helen Mischkiet Parasite Bob Sadler Act III— The Ants Blind Ant Dean Kness 1st Engineer.. Bob Baughman 2nd Engineer Jack Gay Inventor - Steve Anderson Messenger Sue Hood Quartermaster Ed Rarick 2nd Messenger. Peg Braunschweig Wounded Ant Bob Cooper Telegrapher Dennis Barnard Jou rnalist War Worker Bond Salesman Yellow Commander Sarah Barker Sandi Wickliff Don Root Mike Me I ' hei n Other Ants.. Sue McCrea, Carol Swanson Epilogue — Life and Death Moths Christie Priebe, Pat Faulkner, Kenrie Reeves Snails Becky Sholes, Bill McDermott Woodcutter Don Holmes Woman Barbara Reed Drama Department Stages " Insect Comedy " HHpn BUTTERFLIES: Bob Cooper, Victor; Diane Kalwishky, Iris; Bob Nedderman, Felix. — 130— Thespians present " By The Skin of Our Teeth " Thornton Wilder ' s " By The Skin of Our Teeth, " was produced by the Thespians in March. It portrayed the progress of man from Adam and Eve through the trials of life including the influence of evil on life. It was completely produced by members of the Thespian Club and was directed by Jim Fogarty, club president. Left to right: Mi-s. Antrobus, Jeanne Groom: Gladys, Kathy Sailors: Mr. Antrobus, Ed Rarick ; Sabina, Shawn Reynolds : Henry, Rick Bowlsby. Top: Fortune teller, Christie Priebe. A Documentary " In White America " I " In White America, " is a documentary portray- ing the life of the black man since he came over on the slave ship, up to present day. It depicted the hardships black men have suffered since their first encounter with the white man. It was pre- sented as a stage reading by selected North stu- dents. Front Row: Aleta Moore, Bob Luxen. Row 2: Bill Hunter, Bob Nedderman, Bob Sadler. Row 3: Sharon Seward, Bob Cooper, Marilyn Hill, Velva Coleman, Elaine Singleton, Pat Atkins, Muriel Camp. Absent. Terry Cassady. A Journey To The South Seas A visit to the islands of the " South Pacific " during World War II was made by the audience of North High on the evenings of April 18 and 19. The musical devel- ops around incidents which occur when the armed forces are put on the island which, previously had not been influenced by the war. South Pacific, by Rogers and Hammerstein, adapted from James Michener ' s novel, " Tales of the South Pa- cific " was under the direction of John Thompson, Donna Emmons and Karl Kiliinger. »-Moi, " taught to Nellie by Emile and children, Ngana ome. CAST Ngana Rhonda Mielke Jerome - Dick Rarick Henry Bob Schatz Nellie Forbush Morcia Davis Emile De Becque John Phipps Bloody Mary Elaine. Singleton Abner _ Jack Gay SeaBee Adams Ed Rarick Stewpot Al Dyer Luther Billis Scott McAdam Professor Bill Byas Lt. Joseph Cable, USMC Mike McPherson Capt. George Brackets USN Bob Luxen Commdr. William Harbison, USN - Ron Kellogg Yeoman Herbert Quale Bob Baughman Sgt. Kenneth Johnson Steve Anderson SeaBee Richard West Mary Smith SeaBee Morton Wise Don Brown Seaman Tom O ' Brien Joe Davis Radio Opr. Bob McCaffrey - Frank Crosswhite Marine Cpl. Hamilton Steeves Rick Bowlsby Staff Sgt. Tom Hassinger Mark Satre Pvt. Victor Jerome Jim Fogarty Pvt. Sven Larsen Griff Reese Sgt. Jack Waters Marty Johnson Lt. Genevieve Marshall Sheryl Meisheid Ensign Lisa Manelli Kathy Sailors Ensign Connie Walewska Sue Fisher Ensign Janet McGregor Jan Larson Ensign Bessie Noonan Maria German Ensign Pamela Whitmore Kathy Fenimore Ensign Rita Adams Marilyn Hill Ensign Sue Yaeger Vicki Spriggs Ensign Betty Pitt Sheila Starkovich Ensign Cora McCrae Marcia Linn Ensign Dinah Murphy Becky Hopkins Liat Linda McCarty Lt. Buzz Adams Jack Gay Liat shows Cable " Happy Talk )dy Mary sings. NURSES, SEABEES, NATIVES — Helen Mischkiet, Linda Starkovich, Sharon Seward, Christie Priebe, Pat Kalleen, Sharon Buwalda, Pat Faulkner, Marianne McDermott, Martha Swanson, Sheri Watkins, Bob Nedderman, Steve Dengle, Bob McLaughlin, Bill McDermott, Tom Pierick. Entire —132— Nellie Forbush and Emile De Becque, portrayed by Marcie Davis and John Phipps. Captain George Brackett, Bob Luxen j Commander William Harbison, Ron Kellogg; and Luther Billis, Scott McAdams. Nellie and Nurses " Wash that Man " out of their hair. — 133— Madrigal, Choir and Glee Clubs MADRIGAL — Front Row: Marcia Linn, Ellen Bushnell, Maria German, Cheryl Hunnell. Row 2: Craig Haynes, Alan Dyer, Bob Bauprhman, Rick Bowlsby. The vocal music groups under the direction of Miss Donna Emmons have had a busy and successful year. This year brought the addition of a new group called Madrigal. The girls glee, boys glee and concert choir all participated in the Christmas program, " Mood of Christ- mas in Art and Music, " and the Spring Festival in May. As members of chamber choir, madrigal small groups or soloists they competed in State Music Contest at Hoover High in April. The choir presented an assembly at Goodrell Junior High, performed at the Kaleidoscope of Arts both in May, and at Baccalaureate. Faith FuTwood, Karl Butler, Ray Beeler, Dale Aycock, Mike Heldebrand, Bruce Palmer, Steve Messer, Craij? Haynes, Dennis Barnard, Bob Baughman, Alan Dyer, Denores Kavel, Marty Smith, Tom Pierick, Bob Calloway. — 134— Participate In Programs Row 1 : Cheryl Hunnell, Ann Kinnamon, Mary Wong, Ellen Bushnell, Teresa Steele, Vickie Spriggs, Janice Claussen, Colleen Walker, Connie Carpenter. Row 2: Maureen Alexander, Bobbie Kellis, Linda Starkovich, Sue Appell, Marty Johnson, Guy Nelson, Rick Bowlsby, Maria German, Mary Simms, Barb Hansen. Row 3: Sharon LaForge, Judy Frew, Joanne Phoenix, Nancy Kling, Bruce Palmer, Harry Webb-Bey, Bill Byass, Pat Johnson, Kathy Johnson, Leanna Carson, Elaine Singleton. Row 4: Marilyn Hill, Linda McCarty, Velma Reeves, Pat Atkins, Bob Baughman, Alan Byer, Tom Pierick, Jan Larson, Judy Bartlett, Denise Barner, Jan Phipps. PERIOD FIVE GIRLS Row: Becky Hopkins. Velva Coleman, Judy Robbins, Dorothy Yaw, Row 2: Celeste Hood, GLEE — Front Sue McCrea, Stout, Debbie Julie Wilson. Sandy Riggs, Sheretta Triplett, Venus Coleman, Paula Etter, Laura Alcox, Ann H ill i- ard, Ruth Eggert, Janet Phillips. Row 3: Sheryl Meisheid, Nancy Kling, Sonja Morlan, Edna Henderson, Diana Damerville, Pam Rhoads, Sandy Shep- ard, Sherry Long, Pat Smith, Marianne McDermott, Belinda Kalar. Absent: Vonderlyre Watkins, Marcia Davis, Brenda Gaskin, Vicki Spriggs. PERIOD ONE GIRLS GLEE— Front Row: Nancy McCrea, Bonnie Day, Mary Hare, Becky Wilson, Dianne Lane, Karen Burk. Row 2: Kathy bailors, Jane Aswegan, Carol May, Judy Holste, Ellen Conk- lin, Kathy Daniels, Sue Corrick, Marcia Lynn. Row 3: Sheryl Kelly, Mary Ellen Gibson, Denise Darner, Rene Obrecht, Ruth Ann Wright, Faith Fulwood Joyce Brewton, Christine Shaw, Linda Nemo. Row 4: Leanna Carson, Kathy Fenimore, Jo Anne Phoenix. —135— Front Row: Gail Bowman, Dianna Wright, Rick Bowlsby, Anita Krause, Kathy Johnson, Jane Schlaser, Karen Moore, Kathy Fenimore. Row 2: Sandy Gilliand, Sandy Henry, Bev Henry, Rhonda Andrews, Sue Forsythe, Jack Hansen, Earl Parsons, Keith Fuson, April McDonald. Bill Edwards. Row 3: Marty Johnson, Gwen Cogley, Barb Willson, Nancy Lavine, Pat Bucklew, Steve Hollingsworth, Lee Worster, Grant Swartz, Tom Dickenson, Karen Iverson, Jack Shephard, Tim Johnson. Row 4: Pat Johnson, Betty Ebert, Ricky Tittsw orth, Terry Fenimore, Bab Lees, Scott Crawford. Larry Johnson, Robert Parker, Dave McGinnis, Kent Taylor. The North Band Presents The North High Band has carried their fine tradition of being a great band. Under the direction of Karl Killinger and Drum Major Timothy Johnson, the band participated in two assemblies, the Drake Relays parade and marched for the opening of the Pella Tulip Festival. Also adding to a great year, the band gave a delightful evening performance for the North Des Moines Band Festival in March. The guest soloist for the night was Vincent Albato. The band ' s hard work has proved to make the NHS band the best in the city. Vincent Albato appears as gruest soloist in North Band Festival. — 136— Front Row: Jane Ashdown. Jeannine Peterson, Shauna Bishon, Mary Klaver, Cheryl Stork, Crate Haynes. Row 2: Bill Byas, Bill Beswick, Pat Moberly, Doris Thornton, Laurie Hockett, Sheryl Meishied, Sharon Seward, Vicki Stiles, Terry McCombs. Row 3: Linda Hevlin, Sheryl Hunnell, Howard Hawthorne, John McCarty, Jim Wo dyard, Sally Jujfenhe.mer, Chris Hckanson, Tim McDonald, Mike Nodland, Dean Kness, Marlys Dunr.h . , Mark Satre, Mike McPherson. Row 4: Mike? Burgher, (lav McD na!d, V arren Peterson, Bib Nedderman, D.;n Brown, (lalin K ' eh, A!an Landei Kicky Knutson, Larry Hudnell. Row 5: Marcia Davi«, Chuck Walla e, B.b warrick. Kiln K.rii. cn, Mr. Killinrrcr. Many Enjoyable Performances Band performs for Ho -137- Excellent Performances By Orchestra Front row: Fred Paschal, Pete Joulstrom, April McDonald, Sandy Henry, Anita Krause, Kathy Fenimore, Mary Klaver. Second row: Pat John- son, Judy Bartlett, Mike Burgher, Bill Beswick, Bill Edwards, Dave McGinnis, Karen Iverson, Linda Hevlin, Tim Johnson, Sheryl Hunnell. Row three: Marcia Kerns, Jeanine Peterson, Shauna Bishop, Rick Rubenstein, Dave Frantz, Faith Fulwood, Larry Hudnell, Rick Knudsen. Row four: Rick Tittsworth, Scott Crawford, Bob Parker, Kent Taylor, Bob Warrick, Miss Evertson, Mr. Killinger. The highlight of performances for this year ' s orchestra was their excellent performance in the spring musical, " South Pacific. " Orchestra practices every day during fifth period to achieve their outstanding quality. North Has Swinging Stagehand The select members which form Stage Band had a busy year. Besides playing for the Board of Educa- tion they performed at a Kiwanis luncheon. Other appearances include the Valley basketball game, a school assembly, and a program at Harding Junior High. NORTH STAGE BAND— Front row: Craig Haynes, Mike McPherson, Mark Satre, Tim McDonald, Mike Burgher, Gail Bowman. Row 2: Marcia Davis, Pat Johnson, Ricky Knudsen, Alan Lander, Dave McGinnis. Row 3: Bob Parker, Bob Lees, Sheryl Hunnel, Timothy Johnson, Linda Hevlin, Karen Iverson, Jack Shepard. — 138— Synchronized Swimmers Achieve Perfection Hard work, long and frequent practices have helped the Dolphins, N o r t h ' s synchronized swimming team, achieve excellence. Under the direction of Miss Marilyn Quinn, advisor, and with the leadership of Mary Van Dam, president, they present their annual Dolphin Show. The club had its annual potluck in the fall, and a banquet after the show. DOLPHINS — Front Row: Sheri Watkins, Pam Jones, Mary Van Dam, Baib Sid ner, Marsha A ndf) son, Haili Wohlwrnd. Row Two: Marl Wilson, ,J;im Schlasrr. Linda Ht-vlin, Sue AlW-ly, Linda Starkovich. Row Three: Sue Appell, Reanie Vanni, Evelyn Van Dam, Connie Roberts, Penny Miller. DOLPHINS— Front Row : Judy Holste, Jacque Abbey, Barb Stone, Pam Eakins. Row Two: Jill Sutton, Elaine Johnson, Marianne McDermott, Pam Boylan, Joan Grazier. Row Three: Gaileen Moore, Kathy McConnelly, Pat Moberly, Peggy RuaunschweiR, Connie Worker. r — 139— QUEEN ' S COURT — Members were Marsha Anderson, Barb Sidoner, Mary Van Dam, Sheri Watkins. Row 2: Jane Schlaser, Sue Aj j»ell, Barb Wilson. Row 3: Elaine Johnson, Evelyn Van Dam, Connie Worster. First team Flaprers were Sheri Watkins, Sue Appell, Beanie Vanni, Sue Allely. Row 2: Ann Salkiewicz, Marsha Anderson, Barb Sidoner, Mary Van Dam. The " Time Machine " Everything frcm spacemen and clowns to pirates and cowboys, came out of the " Time Machine. " This was the theme of North ' s annual Dolphin Show, which was presented on March 20, 21 and 22. Mary Van Dam presided as Queen. Her court consisted of seniors Marsha Anderson, Barb Sid- oner, and Sheri Watkins; juniors Sue Appell, Jane Schlaser, and Barb Wilson; sophomores Elaine Johnson, Evelyn Van Dam and Connie Worster. SECOND TEAM CAVEMEN— Front row: Evelyn Van Dam, Jane Schlaser, Barb Wilson. Row two: Connie Roberts, Penny Miller, Linda Hevlin, Barb Wohlwend, Linda Starkovich. — 140— Presented By Dolphins LAUGH-IN INTERLUDE — Row One: Linda Wynn, Barb Hansen, Karen Cruwell, Karen Weaver, Barb Hansen. Row 2: Mike Burgher, Don KrauM, Donald, Dean (iillaspcy. Mr The officers this year were Mary Van Dam, president; Barb Sidoner, secretary; and Marsha Anderson, treasurer. Practices by the club began early in November and all routines were com- posed by the Dolphins. Senior hippies were Mary Van Dam, Pam Jones, Marsha Anderson, Sheri Watkins, and Barb Sidoner. Absent : Barb Wohlwend. ltd THE BLirE AND THE GRAY— Front Row : Penny Miller, Pam Jones, Beanie Vanni, Sue Alleiy, Marianne McDer- mott. Row 2: Evelyn Van Dam, Jane Schlaser, Jill Sutton, Linda Staiko- vich, Petrpry Braunschweig, Barb Wil- son, C«»nnie Worster. Row 3: Connie Roberts, Barb Wohlwend, Linda Hev- lin, Elaine Johnson, Joan Grazier, Ann Salkiewicz. SPACEMEN— Front Row: Pam Hoy- Ian, Pat Moberly, Pam Eakins. Row 2: Judy Holste, Gaileen Moure. Kathy MeConnelly, Jacque Abbey. —141 — Linda Beeman Assistant Editor Fall Oracle Headed By Kathy Quick Again this year the North High Oracle has kept an accurate and complete record of our school ' s events. Preparing this record of school history provides experi- ence for students in the field of journalism. A superior paper has once more been the goal of the award winning Oracle under the direction of Walter Barnett, adviser. Many hours of hard work and concen- tration have been spent to achieve this goal. Carol Jessen Feature Editor Karen Stephens Feature Editor Gwen Cogley Assistant Editor Laurie Jensen Assistant Editor Ric Wills Sports Editor Sharon Seward Sports Editor Glori Barker Page Editor Jean Sperry Page Editor Barb Wohlwend Page Editor Sheri Watkins Advertising Manager Marilyn Gerecz Advertising Manager Jenny Cain Mailing Editor Jeri Luedke Mailing Editor Bob Schatz Photographer Gary Schwab Photographer — 142— Jim Forgarty Heads Spring Oracle Staff JIM FORGARTY Editor-in-chief Martha Swanson Atsfetsnl Editor Tina Chagnon Assistant Editor Bjb Luxen Feature Edit r Deanna Bergman Assistant Editor Shawn Reynolds Assistant Editor Bruce P )tter S|K rts Editor Dennis Peterson Sports Editor John Copic Assistant Editor Craig Havnes Assistant Editor Tom Minks Assistant Editor 4)1 r Karen C rowel 1 Page Editor V Boh Lawson Page Editor Joanne Mainard Page Editor Marcy Mum ford Page Editor DeAnne Veenschoten Page Editor Linda Wynn Page Editor Becky Smith Janelle Weddell Advertising Manager Advertising Manager Bill Ellsworth Mailing Editor Jim Woodyard Mailing Editor Bob Schatz Photographer Gary Schwab Photographer — 143— Spirit Reflected By Polar Bear Karen Srepher Co-Editor Jean Sperry Co-Editor Cwen Cogley School life Mari Ridgway School life Kir Wills Sports Laurie Jensen Senior section Carol .lessen Senior section Barb Wohlwend Academics Jeri Luedke Organizations Jenny Cain Organizations Sharon Seward Talent Sheri Watkins Talent (iloria Barker Advertising Linda Beeman Advertising Bob Schatz Photographer Gary Schwab Photographer Under the leadership of Walter Barnett, sponsor, the sixteen members of the Polar Bear Staff have worked this past semester to produce this annual. Many strenuous hours were spent in taking and cropping pictures, making page plans, and writing copy to capture the activities and spirit at North. The 1969 Polar Bear Staff would like to thank all the students and faculty for their help in the prep- aration of this yearbook, and hope it will bring back many treasured memories in future years. — 144— Oracle Bookkeepers Essential To Journalism Department The task of keeping records and sending out bills to the indi- viduals advertising in the Oracle and Polar Bear is performed by the Oracle bookkeepers. A great thanks is due to Miss Phyllis Phoenix as adviser and her assistant, Carolyn Baker. THE ORACLE BOOKKEEPERS: Miss Phoenix, Carolyn Baker. Genesis Is Written The " Genesis, " a newspaper written by the humanities class, was an unusual type of publication. Under the direction of Miss Donna Emmons, most of March was spent on composing it. Knowledge of all the religions of the world was necessary in the compiling of each of the stories. The news came from ancient happenings, but was written in modern day language and newspaper form. Some modern day incidents were also transformed back into ancient times. This added a new twist to many stories and was quite humorous in many cases. Helen Mischkiet proved to be a very capable Scribe-in-chief, with Marcia Davis and Debbie Hall as assistants. Jeanne Groom was feature page scribe with Melanie Minear and Sheri Watkins assisting. The social page was the project of Vicki Farr, Barb Hansen, Loy Davis, Debbie Larson, Barb Stone, and Marilyn Hayes. Sports scribes were Phil Leslie, Phil Reed, Tim Olney, with artist Wayne Westendorf. —145— 1 PHEER LEADERS — Front Row: Karen Faust, Jan Hughes, Tina Cha non, Dorothy Shaeffer, Joyce Brewton, Janie Hooper. Row 2: Deanna Bergman, Patrice Kalleen, Shawn Reynolds, Patti Blumer, Sheila Starkovich, Laurie Jensen. Spirit, Pride and Pep Promoting spirit was the chief aim of this year ' s Var- sity Cheerleaders at all foot- ball and basketball games. Besides performing at games, they also cheered at pep assemblies and decorat- ed the varsity locker room. This year there were two squads totaling twelve var- sity cheerleaders. These girls were under the leader- s h i p of captains Deanna Bergman and Patrice Kal- leen. Practices were every Tuesday and Thursday after school with Mrs. Mary Helen Muell as sponsor. The cheerleaders were chos- en by a panel of judges on the basis of appearance, pep, jumps, and ability to perform selected cheers. Both squads put their talents together to make this formation. 146 The swimming and wrestling cheerlea d e r s performed at all meets during the winter under the leadership of captain Helen Mischkiet. A new addition this year was that of boy yell leaders for the basketball season. SWIMMING AND WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS— Front row: Bonnie Woody, Helen Mischkiet. Row Two: Mary Kay Alexander, Sheryl Meisheid. Promoted By Cheerleaders BOY CHEERLEADERS — Kneeling : Bill McDermott, Chuck Brew- ton. Standing: Bob Lawson, Hugh Wright. Polar Bear mascot, Bob Ban — 147— Busy Season For NHS Rope Jumpers This has been an eventful year for the North High Rope Jumpers under the coaching of Miss Marilyn Quinn which was originally started in 1942 by Mrs. Theresa Anderson. This season has included three per- formances at North basketball half- times, the Kiwanis Pancake Day, the All Saint Church Chili Supper, a school assembly and a Pep Club Tea. Co-captains Marcia Davis and Janice Olson are responsible for all routines. Practices are held during school, and also Tuesday and Thursday after school. Front Row: Terry McCombs, Ann Kinnamon, Mary Klaver, Kathy Sailors. Row 2: Marcia Davis, Terry Huffman, Nancy Levene, Janice Olson, Miss Quinn. FLAGS — Front Row: Diane Kalwishky, Sharon Buwalda, Diane Porter, Debbie Fox, Diane Blarney. Row 2: Vondi Watkins, Carla Hansen, Claudia Mayberry, Mary Van Dam, Karen Crowell, Sue Steele, Jane Vosburg. Absent: Mary Simms. Flag: Twirlers, Majorettes Perform With Band A great asset to the North Band this year were the thirteen flag twirlers and three majorettes, as they performed at football and basketball games, plus highlighting several parades. Twirling routines were composed by Jane Vos- burg, flags, and by Karen Van Dorn, for the major- ettes. These accompanied the marching routines by Karl Killinger, North ' s band director. The girls practice with the band three mornings a week, every day sixth hour and after school. Many hours of hard work and effort is shown by these girls who must not only be competent march- ers, but also twirl at the same time. MAJORETTES — Left to right : Linda McCarty, Karen ' Van Dorn, Sue Weavei-. — 149— Spirit and enthusiasm have been displayed con- tinually this year as the Kadets have performed with the marching band. Under the direction of Colonel J e n n a Jurgen- sen, assisted by Judy Mossholder, they add color and beauty to half- time entertainment dur- ing football and basket- ball games. SENIOR KADETS— Front Row: Sheri Watkins, Cathy Lajko. Melanie Minear, DeAnn Veenschoten. Row 2: Ann Kinnamon, Janice Claussen, Vickie Spriggs, Judy Mossholder. Row 3: Jenna Jurgensen, Cindy Hansen, Marilyn Gerecz, Martha Swanson. Row 4: Barb Sidoner, Cindy Shoeman, Karen Stephens, Carol Jessen. Kadets Display Spirit The Kadets also had the honor to represent North when they marched during President Nixon ' s campaign. In addition they marched in the Drake Relays parade and attended the Pel la Tulip Festival Parade. All Kadets are chosen by a panel of judges on their ability to march, appearance, poise, and drill facings. UNDERCLASSMEN KADETS— Front Row: Mara Abolins, Sandy Griffin, Elaine Hare, Sue Appell. Row 2: Rhonda Anderson, Terry Cassidy, Sandy Stephens, Sue Voegtlin. Row 3: Carol Swanson, Diane Stewart, Marcy Mumford, Chris Priebe. Row 4: Debbie Goetz, Annette Bobenhouse, Randi Wickliff, Kathy Olmsted, Chris Pryor. — 150— CAPTAINS — Left to right: Jane Vosburg, Jenna Jurgensen, Karen Van Dorn, Judy Mossholder, Sue Steele. Drum Major, Tim Johnson. Kadets perform during basketball halftime. North Has Number One Band This year ' s marching band has been one of the greatest bands North has had. Their many hours of marching rehearsal three mornings a week and during sixth hour, have paid off in the high caliber of their performances for football and bas- ketball games and parades. " Mr. K., ' ' Karl Killinger, band direc- tor, has molded the band to become one integral unit of individuals all working together. Such student leaders as Drum Major Tim Johnson and Assistant Drum Major Bill Edwards, worked closely with Mr. Killinger helping to lead this year ' s band and make its performance so enjoyable. North Band works many long hours during parade season. Seniors Receive Recognition For Academic Excellence Front row: Sheryl Meishied, Marcia Davis, Pat Johnson, Helen Mischkiet, Marsha Anderson, Vickie Spriggs, Mary Van Dam, Judy Bartlett. Row two: Debbie Day, Jack Gay, Jenna Jurgensen, Faith Fullwood, Craig Hunter, Janet Larson. Row three: Celeste Hood, Dave Kirshner, Gary Ander- son, Ron Kellogg, Dick Rodine, Bob Luxen, Bill McDemnott. Front row: Janelle Weddell, Janice Claussen, Judy Mossholder, Frank Croosewhite, Ann Kinnamon, Kathy Quick, Karla Hansen, Barb Hansen. Row two: Jeannie Groom, Claudia Mayberry, Sheila Starkovich, Laurie Jensen, Debbie Hall, Barb Sidoner, Lynn Petty, Dave McGinnis. Row three: Bill Byas, Jean Sperry, Carol Jessen, Bob Jones, Brian O ' Donnell, Steve Dengle, Dennis Peterson, Steve Anderson, Dean Gillaspey. Especially recognized for their scholastic achievements are the seniors who rank in the upper 15 per cent of their class according to their cumulative high school grade average. Leading the class this year is Dave Kirshner. Today we honor these students for their scholarly capabilities. Tomorrow opportunities for advance- ment and leadership will open as they apply these capabilities to life. —152— Opportunities Given Students To Travel and Learn Finland Sends Seppo North High has been very fortunate this year in having Seppo Martikainen as its foreign exchange student. Seppo, from Hel- sinki, Finland, has been spending the year with the D. 0. Faulkners. Seppo participated in many of the senior activities and also in track. We have enjoyed having him this year and hope he will never forget North High. We will never forget him. Juniors Take U.N. Trip During spring vacation, an interesting trip to New York and Washington, D.C., was made by 24 juniors. The tour, sponsored by the U.N. Association of greater Des Moines, judged the students on references, an essay and academic achievements. UN TRIP — Front Row: Bob Lawson, Sandy Griffin, Mary Kay Alexander, Terry Ca-ssady, Sue Appell, Barb Willson, Mara Abolins. Row 2: John Phipps, (Jail Bowman, Diane Stewart, Linda McCarty, Jaydee Sommers, Tina Pryor, Lee Worster, Shauna Bishop. Row 3: Earl Pars n . M:uv Mumford, Craig Haynes, Jeannine Peterson, Bill Rollison, Karen Weaver, Victor Hawthorne. Not pictured are Gary Bowdre and Janis Jam -. — 153— Students Acheive All-State Band, Orchestra and Chorus The Iowa High School Music Association chose seven North students to par- ticipate in All-State Band, Orchestra, and Chorus. They were chosen on their musical talent as shown during auditions held last fall. ALL STATE MUSIC FESTIVAL — Front Row: Maria German, Craipr Haynes, Marilyn Hill. Top Row: Mike McPherson, Alan Dyer, Bob Bausrhman, Marty Smith. Kadets Represent North In Special Interest Day Journalism Students Receive Quill And Scroll Membership mm FALL QUILL AND SCROLL — Front Row: (iwen Cogley, Sheri Watkins, Gloria Barker, Linda Reeman. Row 2: Carol Jessen, Karen Ste] hens, Sharon Seward, Kathy Quick. Row 3: Bab S:hatz, Richard Wills, Jean Sperry, Jeri Luedke. Quill and Scroll, International Honorary Society for High School Journalists, accepted 27 juniors and seniors for membership this year. Each student was recognized for outstanding work in some phase of journalism and academic standing. SPRING QUILL AND SCROLL— Front Row: Deanna Bergman. Janelle Weddell, Shawn Reynolds, Karen Crowell, Dee Ann Veenschoten. Row 2: Martha Sue Swanson, Laurie Jensen, Mari Ridgway, Becky Smith, Linda Wynn. Row 3: Robert Luxen, Jim Fosrarty, Craig Haynes, Dennis Peterson, Bruce Potter. —155— Students Will Study Abroad Front Row: . Pat Bucklew Linda Dickson, Marcia Kerns. Back Row: Mark Satre, Jeannie Gordon, Teiea Bjos, Mike Poo re. Seven students from North have decided to spend this summer studying in Germany and Austria. Each person must have studied at least one year of German to go on this six week trip sponsored by the Foreign Study League. Debaters Make It To State Debaters have had a very busy season. Jeanne Groom, Steve Colton, Dave Frantz, and Rick Rubenstein represented North at Iowa City. The team eliminated Roosevelt, Lincoln, Valley, and others. The team also placed third in the District Meet at Dowling. Front Row: Rick Rubenstein, Steve Colton. Back Row: Jeanne Groom, Dave Frantz. —156— — 157— 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. 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Bring the family for food prepared with care and patience that I ' m sure will please them. Your Hostess, Elizabeth Sold by Tina Chagnon .$. ■ For all Your Real Estate Needs Herman Miller Realty Co. 4006 Sixth Avenue Call 288-9761 Member of Multiple Listing Service Sold by Jim Woodyard ? — mi— -llll— — HII — llli — llll — llll — IMI — till— — III!— -Ml— — llll— — IIH — llll — llll — llll — Nil— till— w — a | NOTHING COULD BE FINER THAN TO BE A 69er MERLE HAY LANES Located Under The Mall 505 Merle Hay Plaza Call 276-1588 Sold by Maria German Bedding Plants Ported Roses Vegetable Plants COME TO GOODE GREENHOUSES ! I For Your Plants Sold by Beeman Barker I I + I I I i I ■+ TENDER-CRUST PIE COMPANY (wholesale) 1603 East Grand Avenue Phone 266-1281 - Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Shawn Reynolds North High. !dna Nelson, adds a friendly I Compliments of the Steele HcuAe i i | Hwy. 69 Ankeny, Iowa FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS HURST Performance Products CITY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY Distributors: AUTOMOTIVE PARTS — ACCESSORIES CHEMICALS 1537 Second Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Phone 288-5729 Sold by Becky Smith and Janelle Weddell i 1 BERNIE ' S RESTAURANT LOUNGE | I Phone 243-9602 i + . 421 E. 6th Ave. Sold by Kathy Olmstead i ! I + • Capitol City Cabinet Fixture Co. 2000 S.E. 6th Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Bill Ellsworth + I BOB and BILLS BARBER SHOP I 3602 Second Ave. Sold by Sandy Stephens i CHARLIES MERLE HAY MARKET i j J 3005 Merle Hay Rd. Des Moines, la. 50310 Sold by Barbara Stome + State Automobile and Casualty Underwriters 600 - 5th Avenue Des Moines, Iowa WHAT DO " X " MARKS THE SPOT " SIGNS MEAN? Each X Marks the Spot represents one person killed in an auto accident near the place where you see the sign. When you see an X Sign — say to yourself " I must be careful — I will be careful. Someone was killed at this very spot! " Complete Insurance Protection Coverage For Your Home, Business and Automobile ■ ■1 Sold by Gloria Barker and Linda Beeman —162— With a cold and quiet courtyard on the courtesy of the State Legislature. side, who would say that we have (CENSORED) to keep us warm on the inside? This picture i I I I I I I I + • WELCOME STUDENTS KOFFEE CUP AMERICAN - ITALIAN FOODS 518 EUCLID Sold by Joanne Mainard I 4- CONGRATULATIONS We ' re glad you made it. Camp Heating Company Central Air Conditioning puts tops on topless chimneys 265-0602 Sold by Tina Chagnon f Holiday Inn j North— 3501 E. 14th 265-2541 I South— 2101 Fleur Drive 283-1711 Sold by Karen Crowell 1 — « ■ HI-HO GRILL 417 Euclid Avenue Delicious Food Open Sunday Thru Friday 6:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Sold by Bob Luxen | ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ — 163— — + J I I I Bering and Swanson ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS 707 East Locust Street Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Sold by Martha Swanson and Deanne Veenschoten + - — SILHOUETTE 3002 E. 14th 262-8769 Sold by Pam Buylan + i I I I i I — + It is ower5 Call Doherty ' s Flowers for Every Occasion Corsages • Plants • Bouquets " Arranged as you like them " 1540 2nd Ave. + — 288-6557 Sold by Karen Crowell STRONG AND FRIENDLY IOWA STATE BANK " AT THE FOOT OF THE CAPITOL " 288-0111 E. 7th Locust Member F.D.I.C. Sold by Martha Swanson DeAnne Veenschoten Congratulations to the Class of " 69 The Full Service Bank with the Personal Touch CAPITAL CITY STATE BANK EAST FIFTH AND LOCUST IN DOWNTOWN DES MOINES PHONE 244-5111 Sold by Gloria Barker and Linda Beeman —164 — + - i i i i ] i Ronnie ' s Salon of Beauty RONNIE ROOK — Stylist and Owner Complete Line of Glamour Cosmetics by Mr. Ronnie It Pays to Drive to Ronnie ' s Open Evenings by Appointment THREE LOCATIONS 274-3695 Windsor Salon 7153 University 288-1937 Ronnie ' s 2nd Ave. Salon 4000 2nd Ave. 288-4875 Ronnie ' s Lady Ann 2903 - 6th Ave. Sold by Joanne Mainard EDDY ' S PHILLIPS " 66 " SERVICE USED CARS Mel Eddy, Owner E. 14th Hull Res. 262-8076 Bus. 266-9156 Sold by Jan Hughes NORTHERN PROPANE GAS CO. I 4415 East 14th 266-1175 + — Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Jane Ashdown Gary Bowdre + i i I i ■ i I I i D. E. Gates Company 1500 Second Avenue Phone 244-2500 Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Prompt Repair Service on All Makes of Electric Clocks and Radios A General Electric Authorized Service Station for Electric Clocks and Radios Sold by Craig Haynes r raigr naynes Like pencils, Drake students are not all alike. Some come from big cities, others from small towns. Some are from the East Coast, others from Cali- fornia. Some are from as near as Des Moines, others from as far away as Hong Kong. Some are rich, others of relatively mod- est means. Some want to become teachers, others lawyers, still others businessmen. Some are Republicans, others are Demo- crats. Drake students differ in many respects, but they share a common bond: the desire for an education. They are preparing themselves for careers while gain- ing insight into the problems con- fronting today ' s world. We would be pleased to answer your ques- tions about our study programs. RAKE UNIVERSITY Sold by Tina Chagnon — 165— i DEREHMIAH S PLUMBING HEATING AND HARDWARE -+ i i 2615 Beaver + — Sold by Joan Grazier i _. , + T MAXHEIM PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO ■ I Phone 255-2159 544 - 36th Street I DES MOINES, IOWA , Sold by Karen Crowell ! 7 Reese Grocery ' The Best Ground Beef in Town " Euclid Bowdoin 282-8296 Sold by Marcy Mumford Many students enjoyed this year ' s Spinster Spree, which was sprunpr February 1. LOIS S BEAUTY SALON 4207-B Sixth Avenue j I Open Thurs. and Friday Evenings by Appointments Sold by Terry Cassady Printers of The NORTH HIGH ORACLE SARCONE PUBLISHING COMPANY 11 39 -24th Street DES MOINES, IOWA 50311 Sold by Bruce Potter — 166— I ' ve a future I must build There are plans that I must draw. 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 night, the birds that fly And beasts that roam the field. There ' s a determination I must have. Then let me bind myself unto such things As principles, and truth, and right With that same permanence That holds in their celestial places The sun, and stars, And all the heavens ' gems. Vi e a future I 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.. • • i JOH saws Sold by John Copic —167— 4. — « . »— . ■ ■ ■ GOOD LUCK, BEARS of 69 i i _ «4 Phone 288-6704 MAX HARRIMAN - HAIR STYLIST OF PARK FAIR GO NORTH GO ON TO VICTORY 100 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa + : Sold by Deanna Bergman Joanne Mainard + go to The Friendly Plumber HILAND, INC. , j Plumbing Remodeling i + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS HOSKINS LANDSCAPING 2401 Harding Road Phone 277-6243 Sold by Gary Bowdre »■ ■ ■ ■ 243-2731 i Sold by Rose Camp ! , — — — — — — — — — — + YOUNGSY S PIZZA East 7th and Locust At the foot of the Capitol Hours 11 a.m. till 1 a.m. Phone 243-6279 or 243-6270 Delivered Service after 6 p.m. Closed Sundays Sold by Terry Cassady + m_ini— iui— .en— -nn— .iiii— nn— uii ' — ' Wi ' iui— mi mi— na— -iiii— — mi— iu mi — mi— mi— ui m— n— Some people have all the fun Come to Honda Town 1603 Euclid Phone 243-3922 Sold by Dennis Peterson 1 ._„—„—„ ,„—„„—„„—„,,—,„,—,„,—„„—„„—,„,—„„—„„_„„_„ —168— HIGHLAND PASTRY Birthday Cakes Graduation Cakes Wedding Cakes 3615 Sixth Avenue 282-4059 Sold by Bruce Potter ! For The Best Buy — Give Glenn ' s A Try GLENN ' S MOTOR CO. Sales - New and Used Cars - Service Plymouth - Chrysler - Valiant 1925 Ingersoll Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Corner of Harding and Ingersoll New Cars: 288-3667 Sold by Crate Haynes and Jim Fogarty TAKE IT ALONG . . . TWELVE POUNDS LIGHT! Admiral 9 " Picture Meas. Diag. Here ' s a perfect package of fun. See the Admiral Dealer nearest you. Get one now! Distributed by G. W. ONTHANK Company DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Marcy Mumford ! i HOME REALTY 3015 Merle Hay Phone 276-8585 Sold by DeeAnne Veenschoten Martha Swanson + f i STANTON ' S RESTAURANT KEITH GLADYS STANTON Phone 243-9033 1719 -6th Ave. Sold by (iloria UarktT Lirwhi H.-rn.-in ARNOLDS PARK FAIR H. Lund 288-1307 Sold by Linda Beeman Gloria Barker + i HAWKEYE DODGE " Best New and Used Cars in Town " 2103 Ingersoll Phone 283-2481 ! Sold by Craig Haynes i .4. PLAZA LANES 2701 Douglas Phone 255-1111 Sold by Beeman Barker , Debbie Walters was presented the AAU Synchronized Swimming Award by Mrs. Theresa Anderson, former NHS gym teacher, as Miss Louise McCaughn, counselor, watches. —169— Left to right: Evelyn Van Dam, Jane Schlaser, Linda Hevlin, Sue Allele, Barb Sidoner, and Mary Van Dam show the variety of costumes used in the 1969 Dolphin Show which was a " splashing success. " FIRST FEDERAL STATE BANK Twenty-fourth University Ave. + Clive Office River Hills Office 8590 Hickman Road 80 University Ave. Sold by Joanne Mainard KEN FOX STANDARD SERVICE 6th Seneca + 243-9945 Sold by Dennis Peterson 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 Bob Luxen —170— Park Realty Building Contractors and Realtors 607 Douglas Phone 282-8313 t + PAUL HOLLEBRANDS Farm Land Sales Bonduranr, Iowa 967-2622 967-4467 Sold by Gloria Reeck Sold by Rose Camp ■ ■■■■■ 4 BOESEN THE FLORIST Best Blooming Flowers in Town 3 LOCATIONS Downtown — 7th Grand Ingersoll 38th Ingersoll Ave. Beaverdale 3422 Beaver Ave. I I ! i i ! i Compliments of EAST DES MOINES NATIONAL BANK Sold by Mary Kay Alexander I i Congratulations to the Class of ' 69 LANGAN PAPER CO. Des Moines, Iowa Since 1876 Sold by Beeman Barker I ! Sold by Sandy Griffin f HOLIDAY TRAILER SALES 3514 East 14th Street + I Herb Feme Hoss Sold by Gary Bowdre — — ■ • Now Its PEPSICOLA PEPSI For those who think Young —171 — Sold by Linda Beeman and Gloria Barker l + ■ — . + CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 69 HINKY DINKY 2710 Ingcrsoll Sold by Gloria Barker and Linda Beeman WATSON SCHOOL OF DANCING Park Fair 288-8424 TAP, BALLET, JAZZ, ACROBATICS, BATON, BOYS AND GIRLS TUMBLING Sold by Bernard McCabe » ■ ■ ■ + Check Our Complete Selection of AWARD JACKETS AND SWEATERS Fast Lettering Service Available PARK FAIR SPORTS CENTER lower arcade " Everything for The Sportsman " Starring in this year ' s spring musical, South Pacific, were John Phipps £ and Marcia Davis. Best Wishes l cunSeij Studio Parkfair Arcade | 100 E. Euclid 1 Phone 282-8965 Sold by Joanne Mainard Sold by Joanne Mainard GOOD LUCK SENIORS Highland Park State Bank Member F.D.I. C. Main Bank 3rd Euclid Drive-In Bank 2nd Euclid i i Sold by Becky Smith and Janelle Weddell f Get out of the kitchen and let FRISK AND MOON CATERING do the work. Delicious Complete Meal Service Sales Meetings-Banquets-Plant Parties-Picnics Wedding Receptions 1 — 172 — Dial 266-7435 822 Arthur Sold by Tina Chagnon — — v When You Think of Books Think of University Book Store Stationery • Greeting Cards • Fountain Pens Complete Stock of School Supplies 1213 Twenty-fifth St. Phone 274-3401 HAROLD S. SMITH Insurance Agency, Inc. " Insurance for Every Purpose " 228 Insurance Exchange Building Phone 282-8301 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Maria German CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS INGERSOLL FLORIST Corsages and Floral Gifts 2809 Ingersoll 243-3124 Sold by Mark Levine i Sold by John Copic l i ! I 4. . I I I I I + - KNOX CAFE Sold by Joanne Mainard HANES MOTOR CO. General Repairing — All Makes Willard " Bill " Hanes 3703 - 6th Ave Phone 243-2038 Sold by James Woodyard 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. Sold by Gwen Cogley — 173— — CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 69 KUCHAROS 613 Locust o Merle Hay Plaza " For The Finest In Men s And Young Men ' s Clothing Sold by Gary Kuhlenbeck I I I i I I CONGRATULATIONS DIAL FINANCE COMPANY I +■- I 1 I I I I t - Sold by Mark Levine i — ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 4 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 69 HIGHLAND PARK SHOPPER Sold by Dennna Bergma i - ! STONER PIANO COMPANY Henry C. Olson, President I 1417 Hull Avenue Phone 265-0348 I Sold by Karen Crowell l GINOS RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE (Formerly the Chickadee) FEATURING ITALIAN DISHES, AGED STEAKS, CHICKEN AND SEA FOODS Party Room Available Ph. 282-4029 243-9702 2809 - 6th Ave. Sold by Mary Kay Alexander " Don H. Roberts " DON ' S STANDARD Penn East University Axe. Des Moines, Iowa 50316 266-9500 Sold by Terry Cassady Karen Stephens to do their work. itor, charms members of the staff Crescent Chevrolet and Used Cars Since 1932 I I - I I J J I ■ 555 - 17th 1 2th and Locust Downtown Des Moines Sold by Shawn Reynolds I 288-7041 288-1988 Congratulations THE POPCORN BIN Park Fair Shopping Center Phone 288-6681 Sold by Marcy Mumford , — + ! Dairy Queen Congratulations Seniors of ' 69 Drentlaw Dairy Queen Stores 1st Euclid 6th College Sold by Becky Smith, Janelle Weddell and Bill Ellsworth — 174- THOMAS ELECTRIC COMPANY I I I 816 Locust Street Ph. 283-0165 ! - Sold by Linda Heeman Gloria Barker + — i i i i i i ! I ■+ •A IOWA MACHINERY SUPPLY CO. j 1711 Second Ave. 288-0123 ! Sold by Gloria Barker Linda Beeman I + Stearns Park Fair 2nd and Euclid Phone 288-8959 Sold by Kathy Stockwell f Faces may deceive us, but it looks like this art appreciation class isn ' t appreciating too much. + KORDICK PLUMBING AND HEATING 4230 - 2nd Avenue Phone 288-8531 I Sold by Joanne Mainard I + with " Quality You Can Taste " n •Tow. t ». ■ ■ - Hal -nnoERson ERiCKSon DAIRY CO. 2229 Hubbell Des Moines Phone Collect 265-2521 Sold by Bob Luxen I — 175— t KNAPP REAL ESTATE SALES, INC. i i i 3830 Douglas 274-0478 Sold by Jim Woodyard I KENNY ' S EAST 9th BODY SHOP 1514 E. Fleming 266-7295 I (1 Block South of East Madison — East of E. 14th St.) Sold by Joan Grazier I Bob Cooper, Marilyn Hill, Clive DePatton, Trina Turner, and Ed Rarick rehearse for the documentary, " In White America. " 4. 1 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS HELAND PARK HARDWARE 3613 Sixth Ave. 244 0443 Sold by Joanne Mainard FRANKEL S CLOTHING STORES Men ' s Sportswear, Arrow shirts, Men ' s Furnishings, Women ' s Coats, Dresses, Sportswear, and Scout Headquarters. Downtown 612 Locust Park Fair 100 E. Euclid „ , , ■ ■ ■ , ■ ■ ■ .» Sold by Craig Hayne.s Congratulations to the Class of ' 69 HELEN PAT ' S Famous for their many Italian Dishes 209 Euclid Phone 243-9631 Sold by John Copic — 176— I j i i i i I - — »f. NITA ' S BEAUTY SALON 1327 6th Avenue 288-7526 Sold by Linda Beeman Gloria Barker Congratulations Seniors PARK FAIR BARBER SHOP 100 E. Euclid 243-9978 Sold by Linda Wynn Karen Crowell i i ! 1 i + i KLEIN S DEPARTMENT STORE 6th and Euclid Customer Parking Free in Rear Sold by Dennis Peterson HENRY ' S HAMBURGERS 2806 -6th Ave. Sold by Joanne Mainard ! f I I I « ! I I i ! I CONGRATULATIONS " 69 " GRADS MABEL DAHLSTROM BORG ROY W. S. DAHLSTROM DAHLSTROM FUNERAL HOME i Sold by Linda Beeman and Gloria Barker Open Monday, Thursday, and Friday Nights BRUCE and CARLSON FURNITURE AND CARPETS 3612 2nd Avenue Sold by Janelle Weddell and Becky Smith i Lake didn ' t really " look down " on Noithiies. I i i FOR GRADUATION PORTRAITS . ... IN THE MODERN TREND LAWSONS Highland Park PHOTOGRAPHERS j 605 Douglas 243-0661 ■ I Sold by Pam Boylan t — 177— John Phipps, Craij? Haynes, Marty Johnson, Bob Baujfhman, Alan Dyer, Larry Swisrert, Sheryl Hunnell, Mary Sims, Jan Larson, Marilyn Hill, and Ellen Bushnell, accompanied by Mrs. Donna Emmons, practice for a Madripral presentation. + • i i i i. PARKFAIR RECORD SHOP Albums — singles — car tapes — cassettes — guitars — sheet music — accessories. Special Orders Welcome 100 E. Euclid 288-6160 Sold by Linda McCarty i FAABORG PHARMACY 2222 East 14th St. Phone 266-5159 Sold by Jim Fogarty Des Moines Savings and Loan Main Offices — 6th and Mulberry 283-2151 BRANCHES West Des Moines — 401 Grand Avenue 277-9257 Indianola — Howard and Salem 961-5530 Ames — 525 Main Street 232-8664 Sold by Tina Cha non -llll -178- + — I M ' Lords Formal Rental - Sales — Open Evenings — In Park Fair Arcade 100 E. Euclid Call 243-8221 Sold by John Copic | I TRAX OIL COMPANY 2813 -6th Ave. 1955 Hubbell Sold by Joan Grazier + Congratulations Class of ' 69 ART SKIG STUDIO " Photography by Arthur " 1301 E. Euclid 265-0930 Sold by Kathy Olmstead • — ■■■■■ — — + — SUPER l ALU + - Bold l»y Linda Boeman and (lloria Barker 4 RUTH and GEORGE S LAMBERT SHOP 508 E. Euclid Sold by Sandy Stephens LA PIZZA HOUSE A GOOD LUCK from a couple of North High Graduates, Russ Reel and Abbie Polito 1013 S.E. 14th 288-2211 Sold by Beeman Barker I -4 AT GRADUATION. ...WE HOPE YOU ' LL CARRY WITH YOU FOR THE FUTURE, THE FACT THAT. .. UNITED, FEDERAL m SAVINGS IS WHERE " PEOPLE COME FIRST " DES MOINES - OTTUMWA - OSCEOLA - WINTERSET - JEFFERSON Home Office: Locust at 4th Des Moines — 1 79 — Sold by Crais: Haynes 1 . + With great pride, we congratulate all the ' 69 grads for your fine achievements. That diploma is just the beginning. It ' s the passport that opens the way to a successful future for you ! And while you ' re planning your future, let us help you with all your financial questions. We at Bankers Trust wish each of you a solid success in your chosen careers. Bankers Trust co. , SIXTH AND LOCUST, DES MOINES Offices: 3905 Merle Hay Road 6617 University in Windsor Heights Grimes, Iowa Member: F.R.S. F.D.I.C. " DES MO NES ' LARGEST LOCALLY OWNED BANK ' Norman Cassiday S: ld by Gary Kuhlenbeck I .+ Clark Plumbing Heating Co. i i Complete Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Appliances Sales and Service 1410 Sixth Avenue Phone 288-2111 Sold by Joan Grazier HOME! FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Sfcth Grand o Des Moines. Iowa 503Q7 I + Sold by Gwen Copley and Sherri Watkins Now, all Flynn dairy products are available in " table-pretty " cartons. Join the swing to Flynn and the new " taste of quality " . The new Dairy Sold by Joanne Mainard I I 55 Central National Bank Trust Company LOCUST AT SIXTH AVENUE • DRIVE IN WALK UP TELLER FIFTH AND GRAND • DES MOINES. IOWA j MEMBER F D.I.C — 181- Sold by Linda Wynn A new addition to the NHS teaching staff this year, Mrs. Elena Bonau, doesn ' t always sit this quiet during her classes. K IS Your Life In Balance? BALANCE IT WITH JESUS CHRIST AS SAVIOR AND LORD OF YOUR LIFE " REMEMBER NOW THY CREATOR IN THE DAYS OF THY YOUTH " Ecclesiastes 12:1 God Says: YOU Are Always Welcome! CAPITAL CITY BAPTIST CHURCH 4101 AMHERST G. L. LA FORGE, Pasfor ■ " The Church That ' s Different, You ' ll Like If i Sold by Gloria Barker and Linda Beeman MIDWEST BENEVOLENT BURIAL SOCIETY Chester A. Brown, President 7601 Fleur Drive Des Moines, Iowa 50321 i Sold by Maria German l CLARK GLASS SHOP (SLIM) 24 Hour Emergency Service Plote Window Glass, Thermopane, Mirrors Estimates Call 262-4476 Easton Blvd. Sold by Linda StalpflOS + ••4. I I j ! I -+ COMPLIMENTS Hamilton ' s Funeral Homes 520 East Ninth 6337 Hickman Road Sold by Beeman Barker + ■ i Congratulations Seniors 3614 -6th Ave. Phone 243-2250 Wedding Qualify Portrait f i Jr. 4..— B H — „, , —„„ — ,_„„_„„_„„ „., I — 1 82 — GOVERNMENT IN ITS HIGHEST FORM! (Student Council , » . ,,„ — 4. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS, FROM LINN S SUPER VALU 3805 Sixth Avenue i 1 i ■ 1 1 1 + - Sold by Joanne Mainard + VICTORIA CLEANERS - LAUNDERERS 541 - 6th Avenue 2720 W. Grand Ave. I Sold by Shawn Reynolds ! WHITIE SOUTH S BARBER SHOP 4207 6th Ave. S: ld by Becky Smith and Janelle Weddell OAK PARK PHARMACY 3720 -6th Ave. Sold by Janelle Weddell and Becky Smith + i I I 288-2304 | I I I LET OUR FLOWERS Say It For You They have a Special Message for All Your Floral Needs BERNIECE S FLOWERS 1714 6th Call 283-1721 I I i 1 1 I 1 1 i I Sold by Linda Wynn BOLENS ! America ' s Finest Lawn and Garden Equipm ' t For the Finest in Autos Stan Moore Motors, Inc. 4285 - 2nd Ave. -183— J 243-5251 ! j Sold by Linda McCarty • II Representing Christmas in other lands in front of the Senior Christmas Tree are Helen Mischkiet, Le.marda Bobolinski, and Seppo Martikainen. PARK RECREATION CENTER I 3612 Sixth Avenue Des Moines, Iowa Hiland Park Billiard Center OPEN SUNDAYS Sold by John Copic — — —————— ———.4 MACMILLAN OIL COMPANY, 4306 - 2nd Ave. 283-0632 INC. i ■ 1 Gasoline — Fuel Oil — Propane Sold by Janelle Weddell and Becky Smith ! 184— 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, .... sponsors scholastic and sports recognition banquets, .... provides aid for students to receive special instruction; i.e., cheerleader ' s school and annual debate seminar, .... cooperated with North High to purchase " universal gym " for use of all students, .... purchased equipment bags for use of basketball, wrestling and swimming teams, .... provided after-game refreshments for football teams, and for club members, parents and friends of North High. Keep the faith of those who will follow you at North; JOIN! RETAIN YOUR MEMBERSHIP! POLAR BEAR BOOSTER CLUB IOWA ASBESTOS COMPANY 112 S.W. 2nd Avenue j Des Moines, lowo Wayne H. Allen ! Phone 243-1159 Robert J. Townsend i Sold by Jane Ashdown I For Complete Shopping Convenience WALGREEN g£ E T R ER 2545 E. Euclid + Phone 266-3171 I Sold by Pam Boylan ! Des Moines Music House Established 1916 GEORGE WILKINSON, Proprietor EVERYTHING MUSICAL Drums, Band Instruments, Guitars, Ukes, Banjos 814 Walnut 244-4161 Sold by Bob Lawson The French Way -Barnes Quality Cleaners and Furriers 413 Euclid FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY 5 Convenient- Locations Suede and Leather Cleaning Specialists Sold by Bob Luxen + HifLine „, — ©CHICKS Breeder of The World ' s Largest Selling LAYER-TYPE CHICKS! HH-line pcultttf Jam 1206 Mulberry Street Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Sold by Beeman and Barker -186- I I I + • i KERRY ' S Sandwich Shop and Drive In 2822 E. 9th Street 266-9110 Sold by Beeman and Barker SAMPSON DRUG STORE A Prescription Pharmacy 1541 - 6th Ave. + — Sold by Beeman and Barker Hurst • American Mags • M H Tires • Headers COUCH RACING PARTS Mallory • Holley • Magnetos • Edelbrock Showing Mr. Gripenberg that women drivers aren ' t all bad is Mrs. Beulah Fjelde, a s she takes him on a joy ride. BILL COUCH, VIRGINIA COUCH, BOB LUCAS 1516 2nd Ave. 282-3769 and 282-0443 ♦| n— — mi— im — »mi — mi — »im Sold by Janelle Weddell and Becky Smith CONGRATULATIONS LIDDELL BROTHERS FURNITURE 24th and Forest Avenue ! Sold by Joanne Mainard | + , + ■ ■■■■■■ ■ m " + Hauaiaki We Build Competition Engines The 120 Trail changes from street riding to trail riding, with just the flip of the lever. THOMAS CYCLE HAVEN 1409 Harding Road 244-7005 — 187— Sold by Delores Bayles CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1969 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 3 S.E. 14th and Park Ave. Sold by Chuck Wallace CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL HANDY Way to Get About YELLOW CABS Phone 243-1111 Sold by Tina Chagnon 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 Bill Ellsworth ? ■ ■■■■■ 4 Van Ginkel Athletic Mfg. Co. I Gerry Van Ginkel 2208 Ingersoll Letter Sweaters and Jackets ■ + j I ■ i i Sold by Bob Lawson r TERRACE ROLLER RINK Public Skating and Private Parties Call for Schedule 24th and Hickman Phone 279-6395 i Sold by Linda Beeman and Gloria Barker i i I I ! j i Congratulations to the ' 69 Class Compliments of LINT VAN LINES INC. Never Brush LINT off . . . Call Him 730 Murphy Sold by Bill Ellsworth Brewer Wholesale Co. Gene Dowel I Richard Hardie Phone 262-5677 1353 Stewart DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Shawn Reynolds + + (Ron, ' daU 7 ' zavzi (Now Two Stores) Men and Young Men ' s 2721 Beaver 274-3485 Department Store 2709-11 Beaver 274-1553 Sold by Bill Ellsworth — 188— i I Des Moines + CANADA DRY Dr. Pepper Hires 2815 - 4th Street Sold by Joanne Mainard f- + • l I Compliments of a Friend •$• I Sold by Beeman and Barker i 1 I Bob Minks Standard Service Complete Automotive Care 2nd and Broadway 288-9177 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Tom Minks Capital City Electric Co. Electrical Contractors i Phone 288-5783 Des Moines, Iowa I Sold by Beeman and Barker ■ ■■■■■■■ 4 4. „ — 1 Neilson Candy Bar | Imported from Canada | Gordon ' s Wholesale 1 Inc. I 1 ' Sold by Mark Levine BELL BROS. Heating Air Conditioning Carrier Coleman 244-8911 It ' s surprising what can come popping out of a ' shack. ' These poppers are Mr. Larry Streyffler and 5th hr. German class. FIRESTONE STORE 131 E. Euclid Des Moines, Iowa Mgr. Bill Fricke 288-0178 Sold by Bob Lees Pam Boylan I « —189— — ROOM TO GROW BENEATH THE EQUITABLfff IoweI mil I i i iUTi H1SHII If you ' ve reached a point in life where a career decision must be made, think it over carefully. It could be the most important decision you make in your life. Before you make that decision, consider Equitable of Iowa. In the past 100 years Equitable of Iowa has grown and expanded to meet the times. We ' re still growing, faster than ever, and would like you to come and grow with us. We offer all of the modern advantages of working for a large company, group life and health insurance, job security and generous vacations. Yet when you work for us you ' re more than just an employee, you ' re part of the Equitable family. The life insurance industry is an American giant and one of the most vital industries in the nation ' s economy. Its work is essential to millions of Americans and their families. Equitable of Iowa has over $2V2 billion of life insurance in force making it one of the major life companies. The work of Equitable of Iowa involves many kinds of jobs requiring many kinds of qualifications. Advancement is limited only by your ability and initiative. If Equitable of Iowa sounds interesting to you stop into our personnel office, 1105 Equitable Building. Ask for Pat Bush. She ' ll be glad to discuss career possibilities with you. After she does you may well decide to grow with us ... at Equitable of Iowa. EQUITABLE OF IOWA Founded In Des Moines In 1867 Sold by Bob Lux en The food is great if you don ' t mind paying a little less for it! - + And when you bite into a McDonald ' s hamburger, you are biting into pure beef. Top-grade lean ground chuck, plus other choice cuts for flavor. They are served on a toasty just-baked bun like you would do it at home. And those milkshakes are so thick you need one of our special straws to drink them. They couldn ' t be better if you made them at home. So go ahead . . . save a little! McDonald ' s YOUR KIND OF PLACE . . . LOOK FOR THE GOLDEN ARCHES® T.M. Sold by Bob Lees — 190- GROVES INSURANCE AGENCY Life - Health - Group 2531 -24th 277-3794 Sold by Dolores Bayles f - I PIZZA HUT ® Sold by Rose Camp ARNOLD ' S HIGHLAND PARK FUNERAL HOME 3500 - 6th Avenue Phone 288-6551 +— + CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Midwestern Paper Co. (The House of Service) 1801 Hull 265-1631 Sold by Dennis Peterson i LES CALVERT REALTY 5005 Douglas Avenue 276-4501 276-3588 Sold by Gloria Barker and Linda Beeman BURGER-CHEF DRIVE IN 3625 East 14th Street 265-4019 Sold by Shawn Reynolds Meet me at — THE " CAROUSEL " YOUR NEW OWNERS — KEN JAN SHERMAN PHONE 285-6756 285-7449 606 E. ARMY POST ROAD Sold by Gary Bowdre I LARSON S FRONTIER I I 34 18 -6th Ave. Phone 243-9355 Sold by Sue Asher SPORTS MARINE SUPPLY INC. Iowa ' s Canoe Headquarters 2007 Forest Phone 279-3042 Sold by Mary Kay Alexander i i I - + ■ + i i Tones Spices Iowa ' s Favorite Since 1873 BLACK PEPPER TONE BROTHERS 201 S.W. 2nd St. Sold by Terry Cassady -191 — + + MARMETS AUTO PAINTING Body and Fender Repairs Specialty Auto Painting 752 E. Broadway Des Moines, Iowa Al and Don Ph. 288-0727 4» " m ■ mi .... ■ mm ■ m . m .... ■ .... ■ „,. .... .«{. + X0T0- Roon ROTO -ROOTER SEWER AND DRAIN CLEANING SERVICE 11 48 -24th St. DES MOINES, IOWA + Sold by Deanna Bergman „_„ . + The newly formi f their meetings. Club shakes up some music during one RAX E SC ABLETS SCRAMBLE, The 1969 Art Committee added much enthusiasm to North High students with their colorful signs. — PPG INDUSTRIES 700 New York Avenue Glass Mirrors i Sold by Ma i cy Mum ford ISADORE RISSIEN INSURANCE 321 East Street Bus. Ph. 288-1043 Res. Ph. 274-1794 Sold by Bill Ellsworth CARPENTER UNIFORM COMPANY Designed for Sportswear, Business and Professional Men Complete Lettering Service 1404 - 6th Ave. Phone 283-1985 Sold by Beeman and Barker | 4 i - i i i + — + i Our East High Girls Say — " Hi! C ' mon over for all your Corsage and Flower Needs! " Phil Johnson Greenhouse 3002 Easton Blvd. 262-5623 Sold by Kathy Olmstead Prestige Senior Portraits fliDtograplfa in Sherwood Forest I I 7552 Hickman 276-2820 Sold by Gary Bowdre Jane Ashdown -192— Leading the 1969 Seniors to Graduation are the senior officers, left to light: Ka Main, Janice Classen, and Martha Swanson. Frank Crosswhite, Bruce Potter, Carol Jessen, Sheila i 1 C. A. Johnson Son Store Fixtures I 5055 - 2nd Phone 282-0346 i - +- I ZELLERS Park Fair Fabrics For the latest in fabrics PARK FAIR CENTER • + i Sold by Linda McCarty „ ,_.,_„„ + + The Safest Place In Des Moines Is On A Bus Des Moines Transit Company Sold by Beeman and Barker 288-2998 Sold bv Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck I 1 , , 4. Thermo gas i Sold by Gary Bowdre Jane Ashdown - f H USERS GULF SERVICE 1238 Harding Road 288-9080 Sold by Gloria Reeck I -1 93 — Best Wishes to the Class of ' 69 ! Stock it on a Hawkeye Pallet Hawkeye Pallet Co. 6055 N.W. Beaver Drive Phone 276-0409 Sold by Kathy Ostrem WOODLAND LOUNGE 1430 Woodland Sold by Kathy Olmstead and Sandy Stephens ! i DR. GLENN V. HIGGINS, O. D. 1 ! 218 Walnut Street Ankeny, la. Sold by Kathy Olmstead I + i I i i i +- i I I ! i i I i • E. E. LONG, INC. Auto Parts Supplies 2428 Easton Blvd. Sold by Joan Grazier Compliments of REED ' S ICE CREAM 2016 Forest Ave. Sold by Beeman Barker i i ■4 + i I I + — CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1969 REICHARDT ' S Roosevelt C enter und Downtown Des Moines Sold by Beeman Barker CONGRATULATIONS NOAH ' S ARK Restaurant j Sold by Linda Beeman f . + LOZIER YOUNKER FLOWER SHOP 244-9271 Younkers Downtown Store Sold by Linda Beeman and Gloria Barker if otter atterson AUTO SALES w4 a 550 R. L IROADWAT m.2t2-0345 Sol d by Joanne Mainard the chippiest chips around! Hiland m Potato Chips Sold by Beeman Barker 420 - 9th 288-6300 —194— We Want You To Bank at the Plaza . . . You ' ll Like MPS More Personal Service PLAZA STATE BANK i Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I 301 Merle Hay Plaza Lord ' s Prayer Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen. Pledge of Allegiance I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indi- visible with liberty and justice for all. Courtesy of EISENTRAUT DRUG STORE 1629 Harding Road Ph. 288-4877 ■ Sold by Beeman Barker I ■ ■ ■ ■ «—.... . jjUnjL Last year, more Des Moines - graduates chose Grand View PWp than any other college l jj • Outstanding facilities including 3 brand-new M B vtI • Fully accredited curriculum H B v M -fC r • Two and three-year programs Fall enrollment is now open. For further information write: Director of Admissions GRAND VIEW COLLEGE Des Moines, Iowa 50316 El Sold by Laurie Jensen —195— Professional Directory t T CHARLES R. PETERSON, M.D. 1061 Fifth Avenue I Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Phone 288-6797 1 ! Sold by Becky Smith ! + + PAUL FROM, M.D. 1060 4th Street Phone 282-9129 Sold by Bob Lawson + I j i i I DR. ROBERT L. PETTIT 2921 East 9th Phone 266-6041 Sold by Gloria Barker Linda Beeman i 1 1 1 i JOHN GUSTAFSON, D.D.S. 215 W. Euclid Ave. Phone 288-1343 Sold by Carol Jessen Mari Ridgway j j i j i - + + - i j I i + • JAMES S. HOFFER, D.D.S. Sold by Beeman Barker ! ,„ _ — 4 ! I ■ Go North Go Burgcson, Schlaser and Redfield M.D. s 711 East Locust Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Craig Haynes I I i i i + - 1 i j i i + i Drs. Thielking, Hinson and Boelter I Optometrists 714 Second Ave. Phone 243-3143 Sold by Bob Luxen I l I 1 I i DR. C. D. FREDERICKS and DR. C. E. NEWCOMER 1143 42nd Phone 255-1135 Sold by Kathy Olmstead Sandy Stephens + i 1 + + • i 1 i I • +■- i 1 I I 1 FRANK KRICK, D.D.S. 3830 Ingersoll Ave. Des Moines, Iowa 50312 Sold by Gary Bowdre ! — — « — « — » — - — ■ — •+ - + DR. C. E. WORSTER 1934 Jefferson Office 274-0406 Res. 283-1155 I Sold by Bob Schatz I • +- I l I 4.,. DR. JOHN Q. A. MATTERN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 819 Savings Loan Building Sold by John Copic J + DR DUBANSKY and DR. ROBINOW 1055 5th Ave. FOREST AVENUE DENTISTS I 4, Office 277-4447 - + i 2212 Forest Ave. I Sold by Gloria Reeck Joan Grazier + DR. H. A. BARQUIST Osteopathic Physician Surgeon I 4- Office: 243-3865 Home: 277-5664 Exch.: 244-0190 801 Savings Loan Bldg. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by John Copic — 196— - I — . LOU KRICK, JR., D.D.S. Ingersoll Medical-Dental Building Phone 279-9771 3830 Ingersoll Sold by Gloria Reeck 1 i ! + — + DENNIS R. SHAY, D.D.S. 1 1 50 - 66th Street Phone 279-0856 , — + I ! 530 39th DR. FRANK C. JEFFERIES and DR. CLEMENT S. O ' MEARA Orthodontists 274-3689 j Sold by Terry Cassady I + - Congratulations DR. MEREDITH R. SAUNDERS, M.D. j 1422 Woodland Ave. Phone 243-7191 j Sold by Shawn Reynolds ! Seneca Plaza SENECA PHARMACY 3900 E. 14th 265-4241 ' TREE DELIVERY " Sold by Martha Swanson and Deanne Veenschoten SENECA APARTMENTS j Best Wishes Seniors I 1306 East Seneca Phone 265-1641 1 Sold by Beeman and Barker i | George H. Cook Barry N. Minear LAWYERS j 3900 E. 14th St. Phone 265-5203 ! Sold by Beeman Barker I CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS i I Charlene s House of Fashion J Petite and Regular Sportswear and Dresses f 265-2476 j Sold by Deanne Veenschoten Martha Swanson R. M. BALL, D. D. S. 3900 E. 14th St. Phone 265-2887 f i Sold by Gloria Barker and Linda Beeman „„ MM MM MM MM .... MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM « + DR. DENNIS J. WALTER, M.D. 3900 E. 14th Street 4. Phone 265-4236 I Sold by Kay Alexander I _„_„_»_„_.,_„„ , , I ! SHIRLEY ' S SENECA BEAUTY SALON I I i j 3900 E. 14th Phone 265-4154 I + Sold by Martha Swanson and Deanne Veenschoten OLMSTEAD ELECTRIC 3900 E. 14th i 265-4554 j Sold by Kathy Olmstead I ■ ■■■■■■4 —197— Left to right: John Phipps, Diane Kalwishky, Ann Kinnamon, Ron Kellogg YOUNKERS As part of Younkers firm belief in the young people of today, a program is offered each year for the Des 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 qualities, high scholastic standings, personal recom- mendations from school administrators and evaluation from members of the retiring boards, plus their interest and ability in retail and fashion. They participate in special fashion shows during the year, give talks in their schools and to other groups on good grooming, publish a monthly newsletter and work in various junior departments each Saturday. Younkers salutes the representatives from North High School for a job very well done. — 198— Autograp —199— Autograp —200—


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