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

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Polar Bear 1970 North High School Des Moines, Iowa —2— Within These Walls Lies The Future Many important and exciting events have taken place within these walls over the years. Whether a fun moment or a serious one, things were learned by every- one. These items that were learned will be of great necessity to the students of today in order to form a future of better- ment and prosperity. The future does, undoubtedly, lie within these walls. Table of Contents 1. Opening 1-3 II. Academics 4-21 III. Seniors 22-51 IV. Underclassmen 52-61 V. Student Life 62-81 VI. Organizations 82-103 VII. Athletics 104-131 VIII. Talent 132-151 IX. Advertising 152-193 X. Index 194 —3— Academics Long after graduation and many of the details of high school have been forgot- ten, the scholastic training which was received will remain as an every day necessity to the future lives. The items learned are not just those from books, but from the personalities of the teachers as well. The administration ' s cooperation, guidance, patience, and devotion creates an ever-lasting impression on the stu- dents as they venture into the future. Mr. Webb Reflects Pride and Spirit of North WENDELL WEBB Sioux Falls College, B.A. S.U.I., M A. Completing his third year at North, Mr. Webb is always willing to lend a helping hand in many activities. Whether seen working in his office, walking down the hall, or escorting visitors around the school, students and faculty feel proud for all he ' s done for North. Mr. Webb addresses another North assembly. Jerry Stillwell served as administrative intern first semester and gained valuable experience by helping Mr. Webb, Mr. Miller, and Miss Lyons. Starting second semester, he became the assistant to the principal at Meredith Junior High on an interim basis. The " Great Polar Bear, " Mr. Webb gives his typical friendly smil Mr. Miller and Miss Lyons Take Active Interest At North Finishing his second year as vice-principal and boys advisor, Mr. Miller has proven to be a capable administrator. Handling job opportunities for boys and taki ng over for Mr. Webb in his absence are among his duties. Miss Lyons is concluding her eleventh year as girls advisor. She takes an active interest in many of the student planned projects. Some of her duties include counseling girls and serving as senior class sponsor. MAYME LYONS Simpson College, B.M., Drake, M. of Music Graduate Study: Univ. of So. Calif., Northwestern, Columbia NORMAN MILLER Drake Univ., B.S., M.S. Mr. Fitzgerald helps Mr. Miller " patrol " the student center during lunch. 1969-1970 Board of Education BOARD OF EDUCATION, Left to right: Mrs. Kate Goldman, Dr. George G. Caudill, Rev. L. Robert Keck, President; Merle F. Schlampp, Vice-President; Mrs. Jack Spevak, Ora E. Niffen- egger, Dr. John E. McCaw. Office and Counseling Staffs Perform Various Jobs for North A RUTH EASON Attendance Clerk JEAN HENSLEY Clerk LOWELL PERRY Drake, B.A., M.A. Graduate Study: S.U.I. KATHLEEN ALLEN Steno-Secretary WANDA MEFFERT Registrar MARGE OVERHOLSER Steno-Secretary pletes a hard day ' s work. The office and counseling staffs are constantly kept busy during the day performing many duties for N.H.S. Some of the duties fulfilled by the office workers are keeping grade records, mimeographing as- signments for the faculty, and taking care of daily attendance lists. The counselors help students plan their schedules, discuss plans for after graduation, and keep students records. RITA LEE Steno-Secretary Mr. Pillers demonstrates how to use the college selector to seniors. NORMA WESTROPE Drake, B.A. MARTIN PILLERS Drake B.A. - M.S.E. Indiana University, University of Iowa, Colorado State, Notre Dame LOUI SE McCAUGMAN Drake, A.B., M.S.E. Graduate Study: Univ. of Mexico San Marcos Univ., Peru Increased Understanding of Our Language is Gained Through English Wfs EDWARD HANSON Drake, B.A. MAX PALMER Drake, B.A. A scene from Big E ' s The Scarlet Letter. FRANCES SWETT Tuffs Univ., A.B. Columbia, M.A. JAMES WICKHAM Drake, B.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. Writing compositions, learning grammar, and studying literature make up the basis for which English is taught. Sophomore speech helps develop more poise and confidence in addressing an audience. One speech class produced a television show. Big ' E ' included about 200 juniors taught by two teachers. Their reading focuses on American literature which contains short stories by Edgar Allen Poe and poems by Emily Dickinson. The seniors who took English were being pre- pared for college next fall. Their study concen- trated on " The Canterbury Tales, " poetry, and " Macbeth. " WALTER BARNETT Parsons College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. HELEN MORISON Iowa State Teachers College Univ. of Denver, B.S. Drake Univ., M.S. English students assemble Shakespearean theater. 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. Social Sciences Reveal Many Problems, Look for Solutions in Future ELSIE WILMETH Drake, B.S. Graduate Study: Northwestern ROBERT LAWSON Drake, B.S.E. Graduate Study: Drake ALBERT GRAZIANO Grand View Drake, B.S. JERRY RIDGEWAY Drake, B.A. The Social Sciences include world and American history, economics, govern- ment, and Black history. Learning the history of the world and the United States gives sophomores and juniors a look at past and present problems. Seniors study the basics of economics and the structure of our government, developing a better understanding for future years. Black history depicts the background, discrimination, and racial problems that face blacks today. TOM FITZGERALD State College of Iowa, B.A. Kansas State Teachers College Drake " Rookie " Fred Lazear " intelligently " instructs one of his government classes. FRED LAZEAR Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, B.A. ROBERT MUNCH Graceland College, A. A. Drake, B.A. KENNETH WHITNEY Xavier Univ. Drake Univ. Graduate Study: I.S.U. DARRELL GRIPENBERG Drake Univ., B.A., M.S.E. —10— ELENA BONAU LAWRENCE STREYFELLER Santa Clara Teachers College Drake, B.A. Drake, B.A. Mrs. Davidson holds class discussion in German. Many students think that mathematics and foreign langucges are very limited in their usefulness today. Math ' s uses in our society are countless though. Geometry may be used by an architect in finding volumes, floor areas, and the measurement of certain angles. Algebra is used extensively in electronics, and engineering as well as many other fields. Furthermore, trigo- nometry is used from astronomy to surveying. Basic mathematics is used by everyone throughout the world in counting, calculation of debts and many more. Foreign languages are simply used for conversation between two people of different countries. It provides for education of other lands, their people, and their customs. It also helps students meet their college requirements. VERNON BLY EUGENE WORDEN Luther College, B.A. Drake, B.A. Kansas State, M.S. Graduate Study: Columbia, Graduate Study: S.U.I., I.S.U. Univ. of la., S.U.I., I.S.U. Drake, Rutgers, University of Southern California DIANE POWELL LINDA DAVIDSON Simpson, B.A. Augustana College, B.A. Drake Foreign Language and Mathematics Prepare Students for the Future Mr. Bly surprises his 5th hour geometry students by demonstrating his before-and-after trick. ORVAL KNEE HARRY MORTENSEN State College of Iowa, B.A. Grandview, A.A. Drake, M.S. Univ. of Minn., B.S., M.A. Graduate Study: I.S.U. Graduate Study: Drake, S.U.I. Science Builds For The Future Dorothy Shaeffer diligently carries out a chemistry experiment. North students are lucky to have such a complete science department to prepare them for college and future careers. 1 hey have the opportunity to take biology, chemistry, and physics to help them in some of the basic prin- ciples in the science fields. In these courses students perform experi- ments to extend and test their knowledge. The class study and laboratory experiments are combined to make a firm foundation of scientific knowledge. CHARLES LEHFELD Centrol College, B.A. Omaha Univ., M.S. Graduate Study: Wm. Jewell College, Iowa State University, Drake JOHN BRINDLEY S.C.I., B.A. I.S.U., M.S. I.S.U., Drake Univ. WALTER FRANZ Iowa Wesleyan College, B.S. Univ. of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, South Dakota State, Univ. of Conn., Univ. of Mo. LAWRENCE HUTZELL U.N. I., B.A. Middle Tenn. State Univ., M.A. Journalism Involves Editing of The Oracle And Polar Bear Journalism students are the sole composers of The Polar Bear and the Oracle. In this three semester course, students are given practice at writing news and feature stories, editorials, captions, and yearbook copy. The first semester is used in teaching the students writing, ad selling, and the basis of journalism as a whole. Second and third semester is devoted to the composition of the Oracle and the Polar Bear. Busy " licking and sticking, ' work on this yearbook. Craig Haines and Mary Kay Alexander WALTER BARNETT Parsons College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. — 12— Drivers Education Places Emphasis On Safety and Responsibility IRVIN WILDMAN GARY TAYLOR Parsons, B.S. Iowa State Colorado A. M. Drake Learning the basic principals on safety and driving responsibility are of prime importance in Driver Education training. The course consists of classroom study, simulator training, and actual driving. Students are graded in all three areas and given an average for their semester grade. In accordance to Iowa Law, students under 18 years of age are required to take this semester course to receive their license to drive. Music Further Develops Students Abilities KARL KILLINGER DONNA EMMONS University of Notre Dame Drake Univ., B.M., M.M. St. Ambrose College Graduate Study: I.S.U. Drake University, B.M.E., M.M.E. Boston Univ. nnWFD FDUCATION Mr. Wildman watches as Camie Moran " buckles up for safety. " ROBERT COLLINS JAY WAND Marching in the band at football games and parades, playing and singing at the spring festival, and performing at special assemblies are just a few of the many activities of students enrolled in music courses. Instrumental music, conducted by Mr. Killinger, and vocal music along with humanities, taught by Miss Emmons, help specially talented students to further develop their musical abilities. Before the band festival, John Mohler practices with the band. —13— C » iris Receive Pre paration For Marriage In Home Management ERMA WILSON I.S.U., B.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Drake Girls in home management entertain pre-schoolers. Home management includes planning and cooking meals, taking care of small children, sewing, and studying family relations. The students gain better insight into the problems of family living. DAVID HARDIE Iowa State, B.S. ELIZABETH COOK Simpson College, B.A. Iowa State Univ., M.S. Univ. of Minn. Basic Fundamentals and Experience are Gained Through Industrial Arts The industrial arts department consists of mechanical drawing, woodshop, auto mechanics, and metal shop. Each course is designed to teach the necessary fundamentals and furnish valuable experiences for each student. This training may become a worthy asset if they decide to enter a vocational school or specialize in a certain trade after graduation. Le ROY PARSONS Stout State Univ., B.S. I.S.U., M.S. Ken Brewer uses the new " Straight Line " drawing tool. —14— LARRY WIEDEMEIER State College of Iowa, B.A. Arts and Crafts Help Many Students To Develop Their Creative Abilitv Deep concentration prevails as art students sketch. The art department gives students a choice of taking art class or crafts. Designing posters, clay and silver work, tile printing, rug weaving, wood carving, and sketching make up the art class. Crafts provides work in making jewelry, junk sculp- ture, clay modeling, ceramics, and silver work. With Mr. Mitchell being appointed coordinator of Amos Hiatt Junior High, Jane Peterson joined the faculty second semester. LeROY MITCHELL Drake, B.A. Univ. of Iowa, M A. AMY BRYANT I.S.U., B.A. Graduate Study: Drake Mollie McCollum puts her art project. inishing touches on Remodeling Students Acquire Building Skills LEO KOESTER Loras College, B.A., I.S.U. Drake, M.S. North ' s remodeling class offers the opportunity of learning the funda- mentals of construction. One project this year was remodel- ing the kitchen of a private home in the Model Cities area. For about two hours each day, they did such jobs as paint, sand, and install a dishwasher and sink. Later they completely re- modeled a small house that belonged to a church. Greg Greenfield, Jerry Lightfoot, supervisor Leo Koester, and Bill Bemisdarfer add the finishing touches. — 15— Business Education and Drama Provide Experience for Future Careers PHYLLIS PHOENIX Univ. of Iowa N.W. Missouri, B.A. Drake ELAINE PETERSON Peru State College, B.S. North ' s Business Education program aids non-col- lege bound students prepare for future careers in many fields. It also helps some students decide which field they wish to enter. These students learn and practice such skills as shorthand, typing, clerical prac- tice, business fundamentals, bookkeeping, and others. Terry Huffman uses dictaphone in clerical practice. WILLIAM FUNTE State College of Iowa, B.A. Univ. of Denver, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake MARY JANE BLEE Simpson College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake SANDRA JORDAN Drake, B.S. BETTY JACKSON N.W. Missouri State, B.S. Univ. of Missouri, M.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Kansac Colo. State College, Drake Drama and speech give students a chance to exercise their speaking ability, and become self- confident in their conver- sations and speeches. The students assist in the production of school plays as well as assem- blies. Kathie Sailors portrays Mollie in " Take Her, She ' s Mine. ' JOHN THOMPSON Grinnell College, B.A. Western Reserve, M.A. —16— Physical Education Plays Important Part at NHS RICHARD CAMP Drake, B.A., M.A. THOMAS LUTZ Grand View Simpson College, B.A. Graduate Study: Drake, Univ. of Maryland Keeping physically fit is a very important ingredient in high school training. In the fall boys can be seen outside playing foot- ball, and in the winter their activities consist of basketball, speedball, and volleyball. When spring arrives, the boys play baseball. After spring vacation, they are tested in sit-ups, rope climbing, and agility. JAMES LYLE Univ. of la., B.S., M.A. Graduate Study: Drake Univ. Russ Darr is tested for his ability in rope climbing. Playing basketball, badminton, volleyball, jumping on tram- polines, shooting bows and arrows, and taking physical fitness tests are some of the activities the girls engage in during the year. The late President John F. Kennedy felt and advocated that physical fitness was vital in maintaining a sound mind. in 1 1 1 I MARY HELEN MUELL Ohio State, B.S. Ed. Graduate Study: Drake MARILYN QUINN Buena Vista College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake Teresa Boos takes aim in archery. — 17— Students work with microscopes during a biology lesson. JANE PUGH Univ. of la., B.A. LAWRENCE SALSOW Univ. of Neb., B.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Neb., Colo. State Univ., I.S.U., Drake EDITH SHARP JOHN PHILLIPS Loyola University Drake, M.S. S.U.I. KENNETH WHITNEY Xavier Univ. Drake Univ. Graduate Study: I.S.U. Work Studv and DECA Plan for Working World The work study program gives more students a chance to experience everyday problems in the working world. Based on their desire and ability, these students are placed in jobs allowing them to move up to higher positions. Richard Lussie joined the work study staff second semester with the retirement of Mr. Salsow. MARGARET BALDWIN Whittier College State University of Iowa, B.A. Graduate Study: Drake University, S.U.I. As a three semester course, Distributive Education offers sales- manship the first semester, and some students attend conventions the last year where they apply such skills as ad layout, and job interviewing. SAM TREICHLER Univ. of Iowa, B.S.C. Drake U.N.I. — 18— Becky Schmitz politely proves " the cus- tomer is always right. " North ' s Library and A.V. Provide Many Services For N.H.S. Senior Steve Brown assists A.V. equipment. McCombs Many students take advan- tage of having such a complete library. It provides a quiet study area as well as a fine place for research. Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Blanks, and Mrs. Dwiere are always glad to help stu- dents in their search for ma- terial. The library gives stu- dents an opportunity to study during their lunch hour also. The audio visual committee, under the direction of coordi- nator Mrs. Blanks, and T.V. aide, Mrs. McCombs, provides such services as management and delivery of all projectors and tape recorders. They also perform many duties with the video tape records. PHYLLIS SELLERS Librarian Iowa State Univ., B.S. Graduate Study: Univ. Chicago ELEANOR W. BLANKS Texas Women ' s University, B.A. University of Texas, M.A. University of Texas, M.L.S. JOANN DWIERE Library Clerk Mrs. Fjelde Pleasantly Provides Nursing Care Having such a quali- fied nurse at North is just another of its many ad- vantages. Mrs. Fjelde performs such duties as giving passes to be ex- cused from gym as well as to go home or to the doctor. She provides an area in which ill students may rest. She also allows basketball players to lie down sixth hour on days of a game. She is always there to help any student with her pleasant smile and cheery attitude. BEULAH FJELDE Northwestern School of Nursing, R.N. Drake, B.S. —19— Mrs. Fjelde comes to the aid of Randy Kanis. —20— Seniors Seniors have been preparing for many years for the day when these walls will no longer protect them. The day when they will leave North behind to future genera- tions. The day when they must learn to depend on something other than North. This will be the day when the future will be in their hands. —21 — Senior Class Officers Of 1970 ROBERT FLORENCE President KENNETH WEBB Treasurer MARTY SMITH Boys Representative CHUCK QUICK Vice-President ROBERT WARRICK Treasurer LINDA HEVLIN Girls Representative RANDI WICKLIFF Secretary JANEY HOOPER Girls Representative FRED MILLER Boys Representative ABOLINS, MARA INESE Homeroom Secretary 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 6, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Monitor 6; United Na- tions Trip 6; Golf 4; Swimming Timers, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer 5. ADAMS, STEPHEN LAWRENCE Thespians 7, 8; " Toke Her, She ' s Mine ' ' Cast and Stage; Art Committee 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Track 8; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6. ALEXANDER, MARY KATHRYN District Student Council Secretary 6, 7; Stu- dent Council 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Inter-City Student Council 6, 7, 8; Judicial Board 5; Junior Closs Representative 5; Art Committee 7, 8; Homeroom President 5, 5, 7; Vice President 6; Secretory 3; Finance Committee 5; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Commit- tee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Choirman 5; Oracle Reporter 6; Assistant Editor 7; Polar Bear Organizations Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8; U.N. Trip 6; Governors U.N. Day 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice President 7, 8; Rope Jumping 3, 4; Cheer- leading 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 5. ALEXANDER, MAUREEN FERREE Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6; Future Nurses 5, 6, 7, 8; Secretory 5, 6. ALLELY, SUSAN JANE Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. ALLEN, ROSE M. Homeroom Treasurer 8. ALLEN, SHARRON KAYE Homeroom Treasurer 7; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Makeup 6; Monitor 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Usher 4. ANDREWS, RHONDA PATRICE Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Honor Band 3, 4, 5, 6 Spanish Club 5, 6; Computer Club 7. APPELL, SUSAN CHRISTINE Student Council 3, 7, 8; Homeroom Presi- dent 3, 7, 8, Hoemroom Secretary 5, 6 Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 8; Life Saving 8; United Nations Trip 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8. BAKER, PAULA S. BARNARD, DENNIS ERIC Homeroom President 5; Public Address 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Insect Comedy " Cost 5; " Down In the Valley " Cost 4; " Trial By Jury " Cast 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5. BAUER, DEBORAH ANN Library Assistant 7; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Secretaries 5; Future Nurses 5. BAYLES, DOLORES KAY Student Council 8; Senior Class Representa- tive 8; Homeroom Treasurer 7; Art Com- mittee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Advertising 7; Polar Beor Senior Section 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 7, 8; Pep Board 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Golf 4, 6; Swimming Timers 5, 6; Prom Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8. BAYLES, ROBERT WILLIAM —23— BAYLES, STEVE WESLEY Audio Visuol 7, 8; Boseball 6. BEIRM AN, RON D. BEMISDARFER, WILLIAM RAY Gun Club 3, 4. BESWICK, WILLIAM HOWARD, JR. Homeroom Vice President 6; Homeroom Treasurer 4, 5; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Orchestra 6; Senior Prom Committee 8; Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Intramurals 8. BISHOP, SHAUNA JEAN Homeroom Vice President 8; Homeroom Sec- retary 3, 4; Exchange Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Or- chestra 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; United Notions Trip 6. BLAMEY, DIANE MARIE Homeroom Vice President 5; Art Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 5, 6; Oracle Re- porter 7; Oracle Assistant Editor 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flog Twirlers 5, 6, 7; Future Secretaries 3; Senior Prom Commit- tee 8. BORLIN, CRAIG H. Public Address Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage 6; Debate 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. BORZO, FRANCIS HENRY Homeroom Vice President 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 5 Debate 3, 4 ,5, 7, 8; Computer Club 5. BOWDRE, GARY LEWIS Student Council 7; Homeroom President 7; Social Committee 8; Orocle Reporter 6; Oracle Advertising Manager 7; Polar Bear Faculty Section 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6; Computer Club 5, 6; Senior Bonquet Committee 8; United Nations Trip 6. BOWEN DIANE NADINE CARR Thespions 3, 4; Senior Announcement Com- mittee 8; Future Homemokers 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Secretaries 8. BOWLSBY, RICHARD L. Homeroom President 6; Vice President 4, 5; Boys Glee Club 3; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 7, 8; Stage Band 7, 8; Thespians 6, 7, 8; " Insect Com- edy " Cast 5; " Skin Of Our Teeth " , " South Pacific " Cast 6; " Down in the Volley " , " Trial By Jury " Cast 4; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 4. BOWMAN, GAIL ELIZABETH Inter-City Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6; Stu- dent Council Member 3, 4, 5, 6; Homeroom President 3, 4; Homeroom Vice-President 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 5, 6; Stage Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Orches- tra 7, 8; All-State Band 7; Thespians 7, 8; " Ondine " Cast 7; " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Cast 8; " South Pacific " Orchestra 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 7; Rope Jumping 3, 4. BOGGS, GREG F. BOYDSTON, PHIL D. Homeroom President 7, 8; 3, 4, 5, 6; Wrestling 3, 4. Vice President —24— BOYLAN, PAMELA ANN Prom Committee 8; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6; Sopho- more Mixer 5, 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8; Garden Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Business Staff Advertising 6, 7; Editorial Staff Senior Sec- tion 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Dolphin Club 5, 6; Kadets 7, 8; Tennis 5, 6. BREWTON, JOYCE ROCHELLE Student Council 5, 8; Homeroom President 5, 8; Homeroom Treasurer 7; Art Commit- tee 7, 8; Concessions Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 6; Girls Glee Club 4, 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Office As- sistant 3, 4; Oracle Bookkeeping 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Page Editor 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8; Monitor 6; Homecoming Attendont 5; Cen- tennial Queen 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 8. BRIGGS, JAMES PAUL BROMMEL, STEVE F. DECA 7, 8. BROOKS, DEBBIE LYNN BROWN, GARY HOWARD DECA 7, 8. BROWN, STEVE WALLACE Homeroom Treasurer 3; Social Committee 8; Audio-Visual 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 5, 6; Computer Club 5, 6; Banquet Com- mittee 8. BUCKLEW, PATRICIA J. Art Committee 3; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5 7; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Supply Window 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Pep Club 3 4 5, 6; German Club 5, 6, 7, 8. BURGHER, MICHAEL JAY Homeroom Vice President 6; Treasurer 4- Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Band 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; Drum Mojor 7, 8; Orchestra 6, 7, 8; Stage Bond 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespians 7, 8; South Pacific " Orchestra 6; " Ondine " Cast, Stoge, Art 7; " Toke Her, She ' s Mine ' Cast, Stage, Art 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Base- ball 4; Golf 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4- Intro- murals 7, 8. BURK, JIM H. Student Council 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 7 " Oracle Typist 8; Football 3; Des Moines East High School 3 4, 5, 6. BUTLER, KARL COBECK, JR. Inter-City Student Council 7, 8; Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Judicial Board 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 7, 8; " South Pacific " Properties 5, 6; Library Assistant 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Orocle Sports Editor 8; Baseball 6, 8; Baseketball 3 4 5, 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 8; Intra- murals 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Let- terman ' s Club 7, 8. BUTORAC, FRED F. BUWALDA, SHARON KAY Homeroom Secretary 4; Homeroom Treas- urer 5; Art Committee 3, 4, 5; Concessions 3, 4; Foreign Exchange Committee 7, 8; Thespians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Insect Comedy " Cost 5; " South Pacific " Cast 6; " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Publicity and Cast 8; " Ondine " Makeup and Production Assistant 7; " Cruc- ible " Makeup 3; " The Skin of Our Teeth " Publicity 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Swimming 5, 6. CAMP, ROSE Homeroom Secretary 6; Art Committee 7; Social Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, Chairman 7; Monitor 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Orocle Business Staff 7; Polar Bear Business Staff 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. —25— CAMP, TERRY DEAN Red Cross Committee Eldoro Newspaper 5; 5, 8. 3, 4; Art Comittee 8; Track 8; Intramurals CARSON, LEANNA RUTH Homeroom Secretary 3; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 8; Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Down in the Val- ley, " " Trial By Jury " Cast 4; Upward Bound Club 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8. CASSADY, TERRY ANN Student Council 7; Homeroom Treasurer 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; " Insect Comedy " Cast 5; Makeup 5; " The Skin of Our Teeth " Makeup 6; " In White America " Cast 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; " South Pacific " Costumes 6; " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Set 8; Office Assistant 3, 4; Oracle Reporter 6, 7; Oracle Editor-in-Chief 7; Polar Bear Co-Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Garden Club 5, 6; French Club 5, 6; Future Teachers 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 7; Golf 3, 4; Swimming Timer 5, 6; United Nations Trip 6; Governor ' s U.N. Day 7; Student Exchange Day 4; Service Com- mittee 5 6. CAVIL, DE NORRIS LEE Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Choir 5; " In White America " Cast 6; Cap and Gown Committee 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Footboll 3; Intramurals 8; Des Moines Roos- evelt 3; Spanish Club 7; Boys Club 8; Base- ball 8. CHAGNON, TINA G. Homecoming Princess 3; Ropejumping Cop- tain, J. V., 3, 4; Cheerleading 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Pep Club President 7; Oracle Assistant Editor 6; Quill and Scroll 6; Thes- pians 4, 5, 6, 7; Art Committee 4, 5, 6, 7; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Pep Board 7; Model U.N. 6; Makeup chairman, " Skin of Our Teeth " 6; Makeup committee, " South Pacific " 6. CLAYTON, LINDA LEA Dolphins 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3; Future Home- makers 3. COCHERELL, RANDY GENE Student Council 3; Homeroom President 3; Senior Cop and Gown Committee 8. COHEE, JOHN S. COLEMAN, VELVA DIANE Student Council 3; Homeroom President 3; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " In White America " Cast 6; Counselor Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Prom Com- mittee 8. COLL, ROY HOWARD Senior Announcement Committee 8. CHESHIRE, NANCY C. Library Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Home- makers 7, 8; Pep Club 3. CLARK, GREGORY ALAN Student Council 4; Homeroom President 4; Homeroom Vice President 8; Social Com- mittee 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee; Li- brary Assistant 8; Audio Visual Committee 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Sports Editor 8; French Club 3, 5, 6; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Kiwanis 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, President 8; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Tennis 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 7, 8; Life Saving 3; Quill and Scroll 8. COLTON, STEPHEN DELOSS Finance Committee 7, 8; Audio-Visual 7, 8; Debate 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Boys Club 7, 8, Secretary 7; Tennis 6, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Model United Nations 8. COMSTOCK STEPHEN CRAIG -26- COOPER, LA VONNE COOPER, ROBERT LEE Thespions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Thieves Carnival " Cast 4; " Insect Comedy " Cast 5; " In White America " Cast 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; " Night Must Fall " Cast 8. COUCH, DEBBIE COX, LAURIE ANN Student Council Assistant Secretory 7; Stu- dent Council 5; Homeroom President 5, Sec- retary 3, Treasurer 8; Social Committee 5; Finance Committee 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Library Assistant 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Board 7; Senior Prom Committee 8. CROPP, DAVID CROPP, SANDRA CROWELL, CARMA LEE Student Council 3, 4, 8; Homeroom Presi- dent 8, Secretary 5, 6; Red Cross Commit- tee 6; Cap and Gown Committee 8; Des Moines Tech High School 3, 4. DARNER, SARAH BETH Homeroom Secretary 8, Treasurer 7; Art Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 3, 4; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pocific " Make- up 6; " Ondine " Markeup 7; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7. 8; Parliamentary; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 5, 6, 7, 8. DAUGHERTY, JOHN DAVIS, STEPHEN ROY Homeroom Treasurer 7, 8; Golf 4, 8; Intra- murals 7, 8. DAY, BONNIE LEE Homeroom Treosurer 5; Red Cross Commit- tee 5, 6; Usher Committee 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 6; Senior Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 7; Tennis 3, 4. DE WITT, ARTHUR EDWARD Student Council 7; DEC A 7, 8; Pep Board 7; Senior Class Representative 7. DYER, TERRI EBERT, BETTY Homeroom Secretary 5, 6, 7; Sociol Com- mittee 7; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Pep Club 7, Spanish Club 5, 6, 7; Intromurals 4, 6. —27 — ELLETT, BARBARA ELLSTON, VALERIE JEANNE Senior Mixer Committee 8; Future Teachers 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8- Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 7, 8. ELLSWORTH, WILLIAM WALLACE, II Student Council 4, 5; Judicial Board 4; Homeroom President 4, 5, Vice President 7 ' 8, Treasurer 6; Art Committee 3, 4, 8; Audio-Visual 5, 6; Social Committee 3, 4, 6; Usher Committee 4, 5, 6; Orocle Reporter 5; Oracle Mailing and Distributing 6; Polar Bear Sports 8; Garden Club 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Kiwanis 3, 4, 5, 6; Boys Club 5, 7, 8; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8, Treasurer- Football 3, 5, 7; Tennis 4, 6; Basketball Manager 3, 4; Intramurals 7, 8. ENGLAND, JANICE ELEANOR Homeroom Secretary 8; Exchange Commit- tee 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Chairman 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6; Senior Banquet Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8. ENGLAND, JOYCE ELAINE Student Council 6; Homeroom President 6; Exchonge Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice Chair- man 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Future Teachers 6, 7, 8; Parliamentarian 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 7, 8- Tennis 4. ERICKSON, BRUCE JOSEPH Homeroom Vice President 3, Treasurer 4- Football 5. ERICKSON, TIM P. Senior Banquet Committee 8. FANE, RICHARD E. Homeroom Treasurer 5, 6; Usher Committee 7; Monager 5, 6. FAULKNER, PATRICE MARIE Homeroom Vice President 6; Exchange Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Thespians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Recording Secretary 5, 6; Corresponding Secretary 7, 8; " Insect Com- edy " 5, " Skin of Our Teeth " 6, " South Pa- cific " 6, " Ondine " 7 Cast; " Diary of Anne Frank " Makeup 4; Senior Banquet Com- mittee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5; Tennis 4. FAUST, KAREN LOUISE Student Council 3; Homeroom President 3; Sociol Committee 3, 4; Sophomore Mixer- Committee 7; Thespians 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6 7 8 Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Pep Board 7; Home- coming Queen 7. FENIMORE, KATHLEEN ANN Student Council 4; Homeroom President 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 5; Girls Glee Club 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 6; " South Pacific " Cast 6; " Ondine " Costume 7; Senior Prom Committee 8. FISHER, BETTY JEAN FISHER, CHARLES RAYMOND DECA 7, 8; Cross Country 3; Intramurals 3. FISHER, SUZANNE MARIE Student Council Corresponding Secretary 8, Member 6, 7, 8; Homeroom President 6, 7; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Finance Commit- tee 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Thespians 6, 7, 8; " Insect Comedy " 5, " South Pacific " 6 Cast; " Skin of Our Teeth " Makeup 6; " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Properties 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Sports Editor 7; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 6, 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7; North High School, Phoenix, Arizono 3, 4. —28— FLIPPING, HARRY WYATT Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4; Trock 4; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. FLORENCE, ROBERT EDWIN Senior Class President 8; Homeroom Vice President 3, 4; Librory Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Announcement Committee 8, Chairmon 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 3, 4, 5, 6. FLORENCE, WILLIAM EDWARD Library Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Baseball 6; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Intramurals 5, 6, 7, 8; Let- terman ' s Club 7, 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. FONZA, LESLIE FORSYTH, SUSAN ELLEN Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Centrol Iowa Honor Band 6; State Solo and Small Ensemble Contest 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 3, 4, 5; Tennis 4; Intramurols 3, 4, 5, 6. FOX, DEBORAH SUSAN Homeroom President 8; Finance Committee 8; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; " The Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; " South Pacific " Makeup 6; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8, Historian 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Flag Twirlers 6, 7, 8. FREEMAN, CHARLES EUGENE Senior Prom Committee 8; Letterman ' s Club 3, 4; Basketball 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 6; George Washington High School, Los Angeles, California 3, 4. FREW, ELIZABETH JUDY Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6. FUSON, KEITH ALLEN Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, Boys Club 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 7, 8; Cross Country 3; Intramurals 8. GALLAGHER, DENNIS LEE Senior Announcement Committee 8; Com- puter Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. GAMBLE, CHRISTINE RENEE Homeroom Vice President 4; Art Committee 5. 7; Social Committee 5, 6, 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Office Assistant 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 8; Rope Jumping 5. GAMBLE, JOAN M. Home Room President 6; Art Committee 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 6; Senior Banquet Committee 8. GASKIN, BRENDA GERMAN, MARLA LA VONNE Student Council 8; Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 7, Secretory 5, Treasurer 3, 6; Art Committee 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Social Com- mittee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 5, 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-State Chorus 6; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; " By the Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 5; " South Pacific " Cost 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; " Triol By Jury, " " Down in the Volley " Cast 4; Oracle Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Organizations Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Future Teachers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistont Treasurer 5, President 8; Tennis 4. 6, 8, Model U. N. 6, 8; Madrigal 5, 6; Chomber Choir 6. —29— GIBSON, RICHARD GILLIAM, DEANNA LEE Student Council 7; Homeroom President 7, Treasurer 6; Art Committee 3, 4; Garden Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Kadets 7, 8; Future Nurses 3, 4. BAIR, JOAN GRAZIER Homeroom Treasurer 5; Art Committee 5, 7; Prom Committee 8; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Oracle Reporter 6, Page Editor 7, Adver- tising Manager 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Gorden Club 3; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Tennis 4; Hall Monitor 5. GREEN, ROSE CAROLYN Homeroom Treasurer 8; " South Pacific " Makeup 6; Nurse Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. GILLILAND, SANDRA KAY Student Council 6; Homeroom President 6, Vice President 8; Usher Committee 6, 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim ond Luau Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; German Club 6, 7, 8; Tennis 4. GRIFFIN, SANDY JO Inter-City Student Council 5, 6; Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6; Homeroom President 3, 4; Art Committee 3, A, 5, 6, 7; Social Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 5, 7; Thespians 3, 4; " The Crucible " Makeup 3; Judicial Boord 4; Oracle Re- porter 7, Sports Editor 7; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7; Sponish Club 5, 6, 7; Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, Colonel 7; Pep Board 7; Future Secre- taries 5, 6; United Nations Trip 6; Model U. N. 6; Student Exchange Day 4. GILMORE, EMMANUEL C. Homeroom President 8, Vice President 8; Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8; Cross Country 7; Football 7; Track 8; Student Council 8. GOETZ, DEBBIE ANN Student Council 4; Homeroom President 4; Art Committee 7, 8, Vice Chairman 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Senior Prom Committee 8; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4, 6; Swimming Timers 5, 6. GOODING, JOHN RICHARD, JR. GORDON, JEANNE ANN Homeroom Secretory 8; Exchange Commit- tee 3, 4, 7, 8; Red Cross Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; German Club 5, 6, 7, 8, President 8. GRIFFITH, VIVIAN MARIE Homeroom Treasurer 6; Art Committee 7, 8; " South Pacific " Makeup 6; Future Teach- ers 7, 8, Vice President 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 3, 4, 5, 6; German Club 5, 6, 7, 8. GULLING, SHERRY DARLENE HALTERMAN, STEVEN HANSEN, JACK SHELBY Student Council 7, 8; Homeroom President 7, 8, Vice President 4, 5; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 4; Football 3, 5, 7. —30— HARE, ELAINE CAROL Homeroom Secretory 6; Social Committee 7 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8 Monitor 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8. HARE, MARY LOIS Homeroom Treasurer 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 8; Mixed Chorus 7; Library Assistant 8; Senior Banquet 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. HAVNEN, PHYLLIS JEAN TASSLER HEINKEL, LINDA DARLENE Usher Committee 6; Senior Prom Committee 8; Garden Club 5; Pep Club 7; DECA 7; Future Secretaries 7, 8. HERNDON, MARGARET MAY HEVLIN, LINDA SUE Girls Glee Club 3; Choir 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Orchestra 6; Stage Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Library Assistant 7, 8; Dolphins 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 7, 8; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 6; Senior Closs Girl ' s Representative 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8, Co-Chairmon 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. HAWTHORNE, VICTOR DUANE Homeroom Vice President 6; Oracle Reporter 7, Sports Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 8; Bas- ketball 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 8; Intramurals 7, 8; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Usher 6; Quill and Scroll 8. HAY, DANNY HAYES, MARCIA LYNNE Homeroom Vice President 6; Art Committee 3, 5, 6, 7, 8; Nurse Assistant 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. HAYNES, CRAIG COOPER Inter-City Student Council 5, 6; Student Council 5, 6; Boys Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Honor Band 4, 6; All City Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All City Honors Orchestra 4, 6; All State Orchestra 5, 7; " South Pacific " Orchestra 6; State Solo and Ensemble Contest 4, 6, 8; United Nations Trip 6; Model U. N. 8; Gov- ernor ' s U. N. Day 7; Madrigal 5, 6; Orocle Assistant Sports Editor 6; Polar Bear As- sistant Sports Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll 7, 8. HILL, MARK LE ROY Homeroom Vice President 3, 4, Secretary 5; Social Committee 4; Librory Assistant 5, 6; Football 3; Swimming 3; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. HINMAN, KATHRYN LOUISE Homeroom Treosurer 6, 8. HOLMES, DONALD DEAN Homeroom Treasurer 4; Social Committee 6; DECA 7, 8; Boys Club A, 5; KDPS-Stand-By Club 3; Des Moines Tech High School 3. HOLMES, DON R. _ ' „ " Insect Comedy " Cost 5; " Ondme ' Cast 7; Library Assistant 7, 8; Tennis A, 6, 8. —31 — HOLMES, RONALD W. Homeroom President 8, Treasurer 7; Gun Club 3, 4; Footba ll 5, 7; Tennis 4, 6, 8. HOOPER, JANEY ANN Student Council 3, 6; Homeroom President 3 6, Vice President 4, Secretary 5; Girls Glee Club 7, 8; Choir 8; Dolphins 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Tennis A, 6, 8; Intra- murals 6; Senior Banauet Committee 8, Co- Chairman 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Senior Class Girls Representative 8. HUGHES, JAN ELIZABETH Inter-City Student Council 3, 4; Student Council 3, A, 6; Homeroom President 3, 4, 6, Secretary 5; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Concessions Committee 5, 6; Finance Com- mittee 7; Sociol Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Service Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Library Assistant 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Assistant Editor 7; Polar Bear Co-Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Garden Club 3, A, 5, 6; French Club 5 6; Future Teachers Club 3, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8, Co-Chairman 8. HUNNELL, CHERYL LYNN Student Council 3, 4; Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir Ac- companist A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 6; " South Pacific " Or- chestra 6; Stage Bond 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-City Orchestra 7, 8; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Exchange Day 6; Tennis 4; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. HUNTER, KAREN LOUISE Student Council 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Pres- ident 5; Class Representative 6; Concessions 7, 8; Senior Cop ond Gown Committee 8; Red Cross Committee 4, 5, 6; Social Com- mittee 7, 8, Co-Chairmon 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; French Club 5, 6; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 6, Sec- retary 7, President 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistant Secretary 8; " Pep Board 6; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Swimming Timers 5, 6, 7, 8. HUSTON, BARBARA LOUISE Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Mokeup 6; Nurse Assistant 4; Senior Prom Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Usher 4. JACKSON, JAMES, JR. Senior Prom Committee 8; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3; Track 8; Wrestling 6; Intra- murals 6, 8; Des Moines Tech High School 3. JACKSON, JAMES CURTISS Student Council 4, 5, 6; Homeroom Presi- dent 4, 5, 6, Vice President 3, Secretary 8; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Baseball A, 6 8- Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 5, 7. JACKSON, JOSEPH FELDING (SONNY) Monitor 5, 7; Baseball 6; Basketball 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Prom Com- mittee 8. JAMES, JANIS JOY Homeroom Secretory 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5; Social Committee 3, 4; Senior Prom Committee 8; Band 3, 4, 5; United Nations Trip 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Life Saving 6. JOHNSON, KATHY JEAN Homeroom Treasurer 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Future Secre- taries 7, 8. JOHNSON, MARTIN LINN Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage Band 3, 4; Thespians 8; " Ondine, " " Take Her, She ' s Mine, " " South Pacific, " " Trial By Jury, " " Down in the Valley " Cast 7, 8; Computer Club 5, 6, 7; Tennis 4, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. JONES, LELAND KENT Homeroom Treasurer 6; Boys Club 3; Foot- ball 3; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. JONES, RAYMOND FRANCIS Senior Prom Committee 8; Weight Lifting 3, 4; Float Committee 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Madrid High School, Madrid, Iowa 3, 4. JONES, VICKI LEE Homeroom Vice President 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Choirmon 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Bookkeeping 6, 7; Senior Bonquet Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 5, President 7, 8. JORDAN, JACK JOSEPH, JR. Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Baseball 4. KALWISHKY, DIANE MARIE Homeroom Treasurer 3; Social Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 3; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Thespians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Crucible " Cast 3; " Thieves Carnival " Cast 4; " Insect Comedy " Cast 5; " South Pacific " Mokeup 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; Future Teach- ers 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Coptain 7, 8; Pep Board 7; Golf 4, 6; Swim- ming Timers 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; " Night Must Fall " Cast 8. KANIS, RANDALL CALVIN Stage Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Monitor 5, Basketball 3, 4; Football 5, 7. 6, 7; KAUPPILA, SIRPA KAARINA Homeroom Treasurer 8; Art Committee 7, 8 Chairman 7, 8; Exchange Committee 7, 8, Social Committee 7; Girls Glee Club 7, 8, Pep Club 7, 8; United Nations Trip 8, Model U. N. 8; Governors U. N. Day 7 ; Makelanrinteen Yhteiskoulu, Helsinki, Fin- land. KERNS, MARCIA LYNN Student Council 8; Homeroom President 8, Secretary 5, 6, 7; Concessions Committee 7, 8; Foreign Exchonge Committee 5, 6; Red Cross Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Usher Com- mittee 5, 6; Orchestra 3 ( 4; Office Assistant 6; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; German Club 5, 6, 7, 8, President 5, 6; Tennis 4, 6, 8; In- tramurals 6; Swimming Timer 5, 6, 7, 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. KLEMME, KEITH ROY Student Council Vice President 8, Member 7, 8; Homeroom President 7, Vice President 6; Public Address Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8; Thespians 8; " Ondine " Cast, Art 7 " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Stage, Cast, Art 8 Senior Bonk Committee 8; Track 8; Intra murals 8. r F m KLING, NANCY PAULINE Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Choir 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4. KNAPP, BARBARA JEAN Homeroom Vice President 3, Art Committee 7; Sociol Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 5; Office Assistant 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4. KOCH, GALIN BRENT Homeroom President 4; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6; Stage Band 3, 4, 5, 6. KRAUSE, ANITA AILEEN Usher Committee 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 6, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Fu- ture Secretaries 7, 8; Senior Banquet Co n- mittee 8. LA RUE, THOMAS MONROE Homeroom Treasurer 8; Senior Prom Com- mittee 8; Baseball 8. LACEY, KAREN LEE Pep Club 3, 4; Future Secretaries 5. LAJKO, PATRICK N. Debate 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Computer Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6. —33— Class of " 70 " Shows Their Spirit This year the class of " 70 " has shown their spirit in so many ways, by attending football and basketball games throughout the year and having a few assemblies to support the team. Then one of the games they all re- member is their first football game against St. Alberts of Council Bluffs with the score of 32-8. Football also brings to mind our Homecoming, " Chrys- tal Blue Persuasian. " Sirpa Kaupilla, North ' s exchange stu- dent from Finland, has helped us in hav- ing more spirit. As a tradition all the seniors gathered together to decorate their senior tree with the atmosphere of a cozy home. Basketball enjoyed active support when the great team went to the district games. Early in the first of the year class officers were elected. Then appointed boys and girls representatives were added to the executive board. " Channel H 2 0 " was the theme of the Dolphin show. All the routines were based on TV shows. Another activity was the play " On- dine. " The play showed student talent in acting. Then there were activities that only seniors were able to participate in ... . DIANA WRIGHT Most of the time Diana has had a full academic schedule and can truthfully say she has never taken a subject she didn ' t enjoy. English is her favorite subject, as she really likes reading literature and writing. This year she participated in the National English Con- ference, where the teachers listen to what students wanted from English. All through high school she has been in band. Her happiest mo- ment was this spring when both the clarinet quartet and duet she was in earned a " superior " rating in state contest. In the general academic area, she received admission to Iowa State with honors and was a National Merit Scholar Finalist. She was chosen as D.A.R. representative from North to receive their Good Citizenship Award. Outside of academics, she enjoys sports in a wide variety, stamp collecting, and reading mainly on the West Indies. Conservation concerns her very much, and at present she intends to make a career as a fish and wildlife biologist. Seniors show their interest toward their school and the ending of their year. The days seem to linger, but before long their ideas and goals in life will become reality. LAMB, NELDA CATHERINE Homeroom Secretory 7, 8. LANE, CHARLES LARSON, DEBORAH DIANE Homeroom Secretory 8; Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 7, 8; Major- ettes 7, 8, Captain 8. LAWSON, BOB Student Council Treasurer 7; Inter-City Council 7, Student Council 4, 7; Homeroom President 4, Treasurer 6, 8; Art Committee 5, 7; Finance Committee Choirman 7; Social Committee 7; Open House Committee Chair- man 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8; Prom Committee Co-Chairman 8; Garden Club 3, 4, 5; Boy Cheerleader 5, 6; Pep Board 7; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, President 6; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; U. N. Trip 6; Base- ball 4; Football 3; Swimming 3 ( 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 4, 6. LEE, BETTY JEAN Usher Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. j LEE, FLORENCE Homeroom Secretory 3. LEES, ROBERT HAROLD Homeroom Vice President 4, 5, 7, 8; Social Committee 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Stoge Band 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6, Photographer 7; Polar Bear Photographer 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Swimming 3; Football Manager 3; Life Saving 8. U I - I r Irl ■El LOWE, DAVID MICHAEL Student Council 8; Homeroom President 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Lotin Club 3 4- Boseball 4. LOY, ROBERT EDWIN, JR. LUSK, DON Student Council Treasurer 8; Student Coun- cil 5, 7; Homeroom President 5, 7, Vice President 6; Sociol Committee 7, 8; Open House Committee Choirman 8; Library As- sistant 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7, Feature Editor 8; Audio-Visual 7, 8; Monitor 7, 8; Senior Swim and Luou Committee 8; Letter- man ' s Club 7, 8; Spanish Club 7; Boy Cheer- leader 7; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Presi- dent 7; Football 3, 5, 7, Co-Coptain 7; Ten- nis 4, 6, 8; Intromurols 8; Finance Commit- tee 8, Chairman 8; Quill and Scroll 8. MAINARD, CAROLYN Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Usher Com- mittee 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Tennis 4, 6. MANLEY, JUDY MARCHANT, GEORGE VINCENT Senior Bonquet Committee 8; Gun Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Boys Club 7, 8; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Computer Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Foot- boll Manager 3; Swimming 3, 4; Track 4; Life Saving 8. MARTIN, ROBERT EARL MASCARO, STEVEN MICHAEL Homeroom Treasurer 8; Usher Committee 6 Wrestling 7. MASSMAN, DONALD Homeroom President 6; Usher Committee 5, 6; Monitor 5, 6, 7, 8; Football 3, 5. 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8. MAY, CAROL ANNE Homeroom Secretary 8, Treasurer 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Garden Club 3; Future Homemakers 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5. McBRIDE, DENNIS McCABE, BERNARD JOSEPH Senior Mixer Committee 8. Mccarty, linda carol Homeroom Secretary 6; Girls Glee Club 3; Choir 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Cast 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; Office Assistants 6; Oracle Reporter 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Majorettes 5, 6, 7, Captain 7; Tennis 6, 8; Homecoming Princess 5; United Nations Trip 6; Model U. N. 6, 8; Sears Teen Board Representative 7, 8; Teen Queen 6; Inter- City Student Council Representative 7, 8. McCOLLUM, MOLLIE KATHLEEN Student Council Member 8; Homeroom Pres- ident 8, Treasurer 6; Art Committee 7, 8; Sociol Committee 7, 8; " Ondine " Mokeup 7; Pep Club 7, 8; Future T eachers 7, 8; Up- ward Bound Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8. K McCREA, NANCY KATHLEEN Homeroom Vice President 4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Thespians 3, 4; " Crucible " 3; " Diary of Ann Frank " Makeup; Orocle Re- porter 7, Advertising Manager 8; Senior An- nouncements Committee 8; Future Home- makers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Fu- ture Secretaries 7. Mcdonald, jon f. Senior Prom Committee 8; Letterman ' s Club 8; Football 3, 7; Track 6, 8; Intramurols 8. Mcdonald, timothy arliss Student Council 3, 5; Homeroom President 3, Vice President 5; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 7; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestro 3, 4, 5, 6; Stoge Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orocle Reporter 7, 8, Photographer 7, 8; Polar Bear Photog- rapher 8; Spanish Club 7 , 8, Treasurer 7, 8; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Baseball 4; Swim- ming 3 ; 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 5, 6, 7, 8; Football Manoger 3; Life Saving 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Dolphin Show 7. McNELEY, NONA SUE MENEELY, CECIL MESSER, STEVE ESCOE Boys Glee Club 3, 4. MILLER, GENE FREDRICK German Club 7, 8; Lettermon ' s Club 7, 8; Boseball 6, 8; Basketball 3; Football 3, 5, 7; Golf 4, 6, 8; Swimming 4. —37— MILLER, H. FRED Homeroom Vice President 6, Secretary 5 Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Monitor 7 8; Senior Class Boy ' s Representative 8 Football 3, 5, 7; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8 Senior Prom Committee 8, Co-Chairman 8 Senior Mixer Committee 8, Co-Chairmon 8. MILLER, JAMES MITTAG, JEFFREY LEE Social Committee 7, 8; Monitor 7; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Oracle Re- porter 7, 8, Mailing and Distributing 8; Germon Club 5, 6. MOON, BERRY NEIL Homeroom Vice President 3, 4; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8. MOORE, ALETA LAVONE " In White America " Cast 6; Nurse As- sistant 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Future Homemakers 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4 5, 6; Track 6; Thomas Jefferson High School, Council Bluffs, Iowa 5, 6; Herrin High School, Illinois 3, 4. MOORE, KAREN MARIE Student Council 6; Homeroom President 6, Vice President 8, Treasurer 7; Art Commit- tee 3; Service Committee 3, 4, 5; Social Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Commit- tee 5; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " , " Ondine " Costumes; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8; Pep Club 3, 5; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MOORE, LARRY ALLEN HICKS, REBECCA LYNN (MOORE) Student Council 5, 6; Homeroom President 5, 6; Senior Prom Committee 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, 7, 8; " Down in the Valley, " " Trial By Jury " Cast 4; Pep Cljub 3, 4; Student Leader 5, 6, 7; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MORSE, MICHAEL LEIGHTON Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Oracle Re- porter 7, 8, Page Editor 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intra- murals 8; Life Saving 4, 8; Dolphin Show 3, 5, 7; Swimming Captain 8. MUMFORD, MARCY ROCHELLE Homeroom President 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Art Committee 3, 4; " South Pacific " Makeup 6; Oracle Page Editor 6, 7; Garden Club 3; Future Teachers 3; Pep Club 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistant Colonel 7, Colonel 8; Tennis 4, 6; Model U. N. 6; United Nations Trip 6; Teen Queen 4. MURPHY, TERESA MICHELE Student Council Secretary 7, 8; Student Council Member 7, 8; Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 6, Treasurer 5; Pep Club 3, 4; Pep Board 7. MUTCHLER, RANDI NABER, MARIE VALENTIA Pep Club 3, 4. NEIL, KEITH J. — 38 — NELSON, DOUGLAS JIM Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Des Moines East High School 3, 4; Carroll High School, Corroll, Iowa 5. NELSON, GUY A. Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Audio-Visual 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Football 5; Wrestling 3, 4; Des Moines East High School 3, 4; Carroll High School, Carroll, Iowa 5. NELSON, MICHELE KAY Homeroom Secretary 3; Oracle Bookkeeper 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 7. NICHOLSON, DAVID FRANK Stage Committee 7; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Boys Club 7; Basketball 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8; Intramurals 7, 8. NODLAND, ANNA MARIE Student Council 6, 7; Homeroom President 6, 7; Social Committee 6; Usher Committee 6; Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6; Senior Prom Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Tennis 4. OBRECHT, RENE SHURLENE Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Pep Club 7, 8. OLESON, LYLE WILIAM Football 3, 5. OLINE, GREGORY RICHARD OLMSTEAD, KATHLEEN ANN Homeroom Treasurer 8; Art Committee 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Oracle Reporter 6, Fea- ture Editor 7; Polar Bear Assistant Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Senior Prom Commit- tee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Governor ' s U. N. Day 7; Golf 4. OSBORNE, W. DONALD f Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Oracle Reporter 7, Feature Page Editor 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; German Club 7; Foot- ball 3. OSTREM, KATHLEEN ANN Homeroom Secretary 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Oracle Reporter 6, Page Editor 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8; Polar Bear Academics Editor 8; Quill ond Scroll , 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 7, 8. OVERTON, CHARLES DOUGLAS PARSONS, EARL EUGENE _ . - A Homeroom Vice President 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5 6, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, Sports Editor 8 Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Cross Country 3, 5; Track 6, 8. PAYNE, CHRISTINE D. Art Committee 7; Social Committee 5, 6, 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Future Secretaries 7; Senior Prom Committee 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5. —39- PETERSON, JEAN Nl NE KAY Bond 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Senior Mixer Committee 8. PETTI JOH N, JANE ASHDOWN Homeroom President 5; Social Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 7. PHIPPS, JOHN EDWARD, JR. Student Council President 7, Member 3, 6 7; Homeroom President 3, Vice President 8 Sophomore Mixer Committee Chairman 7 Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Thespians 6, 7, 8 " Trial By Jury, " " Down in the Valley " Cast 4; " South Pacific " Cast 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Spanish Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Ki- wanis 3, 4; Pep Boord 7; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Tennis 4, 8; Intra- murals 8; U. N. Trip 6; Model U. N. 6. 8; Junior Class Representative 6; Audio-Visual 5, 6; Governor ' s U. N. Day 7; Advisory Board 5, 6; Madrigal 3, 4, 5, 6; Chamber Choir 3, 4. PHOENIX, JO ANN Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. PICKETT, PEGGY SUE (HUNTER) Lincoln High School 3, 4, 5; Future Nurses 5. PIERICK, THOMAS GLENN Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; All-State Chorus 7 ; " South Pacific " Cast 6. PILCHER, DAVE GENE ' J PILMER, JOYCE L. POPIANO, MARY KAYE Pep Club 3, 4; Future Secretaries 7, 8. POPPE, SHELLY ELIZABETH Art Committee 5, 6; French Club 3; Future Secretaries 5, 6. PORTER, DIANE MARIE Homeroom Secretary 3; Pep Club 3, 4 5 6 7, 8; Flag Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Nurses 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6; Intramurals 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8. POWELL, GUY EVERETTE Homeroom President 5, Vice President 3; Hall Monitor 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Boys Club 7, 8; German Club 7; Letter- man ' s Club 7, 8, President 7, 8; Baseball 4 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Golf 6, 8; Intra- murals 8. RAYMAN, MARY CHRISTINE Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4; Art Comm ittee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Thes- pions 5, 6, 7, 8; " Insect Comedy " Cast 5; " Skin of Our Teeth, " " South Pacific " Cost 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Director 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Teachers 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Ka- dets 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; " Night Must Fall " Cast 8. PRINE, TED EDWARD Student Council 4, 7, 8; Homeroom Presi- dent 4; Boys Club 7, 8; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8, Vice President; Baseball 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Golf 4, 6, 8; Intramurals 8. -40— PROPST, DENNIS RAY PRYOR, CHRISTINA MAE Student Council 3, 4, 5; Homeroom Presi- dent 3, 4, 5; Sociol Committee 3; Office Assistant 3, 4; Future Homemakers 7; Treas- urer of Class 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Kadets 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; United Nations Trip 6; Northwest Missouri State College Trip for Black History 7. QUICK, CHUCK EDWARD Senior Class Vice President 8; Homeroom President 7, Secretary 6; Art Committee 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Monitor 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8; Co-Chairmon Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8; Boys Club 7, 8; Football Board 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 8. RAUCH, SUSAN ARLINE REECK, GLORIA SUE Student Council 8; Homeroom Treasurer 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6, 7; Prom Com- mittee 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Soph- omore Mixer Committee 5, 7; " Crucible " Makeup 3; Oracle Reporter 6, Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Advertising Manager 8; Gar- den Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 8; Senior Class Representative 8. REESE, GRIFFITH, III Student Council Member 5; Junior Class Representative 5; Art Committee 6, 7, 8; Assembly Committee 5; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee; Choir 7, 8; Thespians 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 4, 5, President 7, 8; " Thieves Carnival " Cast, Stage 4; " Insect Comedy " Cast, Stage, Cos- tumes 5; " South Pacific " Cast, Stage, Cos- tumes, Properties 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8; Latin Club 3, 4; Pep Board 5; Golf 4. RHINER, MILTON WAYNE RICHIE, TERRI LEE RINEHART, MARK A. RODRIGUEZ, MARY ROLLISON, WILLIAM JAMES, JR. Judicial Board 5; Inter-City Council 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Vice President 3, 4; Stage Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 4, 5, 6; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Baseboll 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Foot- ball 3, 5, 7; Intramurals 7, 8; Model U. N. 6, 8; United Nations Trip 6; District Student Council Treasurer 4, 5. SADLER, ROBERT LESLIE Social Committee 7, Stage Committee 7, 8; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; " The Insect Comedy " 5, " The Skin of Our Teeth " 5, " In White America " 6, " Ondine " 7, " Take Her, She ' s Mine " 8 Cast; " The Insect Comedy " 5, " South Pacific " 6, " Take Her, She ' s Mine " 8 Makeup; " South Pacific " 6, " Ondine " 7, " Take Her, She ' s Mine " 8 Stage; " South Pacific " Properties, Art, Costumes 6; Com- puter Club 5, 6; " Night Must Fall " Cast 8. SALKIEWICZ, ANN Finance Committee 5; Prom Committee 8; Office Assistants 5, 6; Dolphin 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Swimming Timers 5, 6. SATRE, MARK STEVEN Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Stage Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-State Band 7; Cast 4, 6, 7, 8; Stage 8; " South Pacific ' Cast; " Trial By Jury, " " Down in the Valley, ' " Ondine " Cast; " Take Her, She ' s Mine, ' Stage; Germon Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 4 Intramurals 8. —41 — SCHLASER, JANE ELIZABETH Homeroom President 6, 7; Bond 5, 6, 7, 8; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6. 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 4; Student Council Member 6, 7. SCHMITZ, BECKY SUE DECA 7, 8; Pep Club 3. SCHWARTZ, GRANT JAMES Student Council Vice President 7; Home- room Vice President 5, 6, Treasurer 4; Pep Board 7; Foreign Exchange Committee 7; Social Committee 7; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage Band 7, 8; All-State Orchestra 7, 8; Thespians 7, 8; " Ondine " Cast 7; " South Pacific " Stage Crew 6; " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Cast 8; Audio-Visual 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8; Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 6, 8. SELDEN, JANE ANNE Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7; French Club 5. SHAEFFER, DOROTHY JEAN Homeroom Secretary 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Commit- tee 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheer- leading 5, 6, 7, 8. SHAW, CHRISTINA LEE Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7. SHELDON, RICHARD EMIL SHORT, DONALD JAY Homeroom President 7; Social Committee 7; Gun Club 3, 4; Boys Club 5; Swimming 3, 4; Wrestling 5, 6, 7. SIMMS, MARY SMALLWOOD, CONNIE JO Homeroom Vice President 3, 4, 8. SMITH, CHERYL ANN SMITH, GREGORY PAUL Homeroom Vice President 6, Treasurer 6; Stage Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; " Insect Com- edy " Cast, Costumes, Mokeup 5; Garden Club 5, 6. Student Council Member 8; Homeroom Vice President 4, Treasurer 6, President 8; Senior Class Boy ' s Representative 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Boys Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Choir 3, 4, 5 ( 6, 7, 8; All-City Choir A. 6, 8; All-State Chorus 6; State Music Contest A t 6, 8; Cost " Down in the Valley " 4, " South Pacific " 6; Football 3, 5, 7, Cap- tain 3, 5; Track 4, 8; Wrestling A, 6, 8, Captain 8; Boys Club 7, 8; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8. SMITH, VICKI SNETHEN, GREG ALAN Senior Cop and Gown Committee 8. SOMMERS, JAY DEE Usher Committee 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8; Oracle Reporter 6, Distribution Manoger 7, Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Student Life Sec- tion Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; United Nations Tour 6; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Upward Bound Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 5, 6; Intramurals 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8. SPARKS, KATHY KAY Concessions Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Manager 7, 8; Nurse Assistont 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Dol- phins 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Future Nurses 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Golf 4, 8; Girls Swimming 5, 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8. SPILLERS, MARK BOYD Basketball, Football Manager 3; Cap and Gown Committee 8. STARKOVICH, LINDA JOY Homeroom Vice President 7, Secretary 6; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, A, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; " South Pacific " Cast 6; " Ondine " Cast 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Vice President 7, 8; Future Teachers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 8; Student Leader 5, 6, 7. STELPFLUG, LINDA SUE Art Committee 3, 5; Social Committee 3, 5, 7; Oracle Reporter 6; Pep Club 3, 5; Senior Prom Committee 8; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 5. STEPHENS, SANDRA KAY Student Council 5, 7; Homeroom President 5; Social Committee 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sopho- more Mixer Committee 7; Library Assistant 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6, Feature Editor 7, Polar Bear Assistant Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 7; Future Secretaries 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Golf 4; Swimming Timers 6; Senior Prom Committee 8; Senior Class Representative 7. f r i □9 STEWART, DIANE KAY Inter-City Council 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4, 8; Homeroom President 3, 4, Secretary 5, 6, 7; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 7; Social Committee 3, 4, 7, 8, Secretary 7, 8; Sopho- more Mixer Committee 5, 7; Thespians 6, 7, 8; " By the Skin of Our Teeth " Cost 6; Oracle Reporter 7, Editor-in-Chief 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Finance Committee 8; Dolphins 3, 4; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kodets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Swim- ming Timers 5, 6; United Notions Trip 6; Model U. N. 6, 8; Governor ' s U. N. Day 7; Younker ' s Teen Board 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 8. STITZELL, DAVE WINSTON STOCKWELL, KATHRYN ETTA Homeroom Secretary 8; Art Committee 5, 6, 7; Social Committee 5, 6, 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Oracle Reporter 6, As- sistant Feature Editor 7; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. STONE, BARBARA JoANN STORM, DIANE LYNN STOUT, MARGARET JANE Homeroom Treasurer 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sponish Club 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. SULLIVAN, VICKI SUE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. —43- SUMMERS, JESSICA MAY Homeroom Se cretary 5; French Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Banauet Committee 8. SUNDELL. DARREL DONALD Cross Country 7; Wrestling 3. TERRELL, SUSAN MARIE THOMAS, ALFRED DWIGHT Homeroom President 3, 6, Vice President 4, 5; Hall Monitor 7, 8; Baseball 4; Cross Country 3. THOMPSON, JEFFREY ALLEN Homeroom Vice President 3; Social Com- mittee 7, 8; Hall Monitor 7, 8; Baseball 6, 8; Boys Club 7; Football 3; Golf 4, 6, 8; Wrestling 3, 4; Intramurals 8. TRIPLETT, SHERRETTA KAY Student Council 3; Homeroom President 4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Choir 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Student Leader 4, 5, 6; Intra- murals 3, 4, 5, 6; Des Moines Roosevelt High School 7. TULLIS, KATHLEEN JO ANN Homeroom President 5, Treasurer 7; Future Homemakers 5, 6. TURNER, PAMELA GENE Art Committee 3, 5; Social Committee 3, 5, 7; Senior Banquet Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Future Secretaries 5, 6, 7, 8. UNDERWOOD, RUSSELL CRAIG Social Committee 7, 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Hall Monitor 7, 8; Let- terman ' s Club 7, 8; Football 3; Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 8. VANNI, BEATRICE KAY Thespians 3; Dolphin Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Girls Swimming 5; Pep Club 3, 4. VASEY, PATRICIA MAY VECCHI, RHONDA RENEE Homeroom President 7; Art Committee 7, 8; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Future Teachers 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 7, 8, Captain 7, 8; Student Leader 6, 7. WADDELL, PAULA MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 6. WALKER, BETTY DEANE Homeroom Secretary 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8; DECA 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Future Secretaries 7, 8. —44— WALLACE, CHARLES L. Student Council 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Presi- dent 4, 7, 8, Vice President 5, 6; Art Com- mittee 3, 4; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8, Chairman 7, 8; Open House Committee 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Orchestra 3, 4, 5; Stage Band 4, 5; Monitor 7, 8; Boy Cheerleader 7; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. WARNER, MARK DOUGLAS WARRICK, ROBERT WILLIAM Homeroom Vice President 3, 4, 8, Treasurer 7; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Thespians 6, 7, 8; " The Skin of Our Teeth " Cast 6; " South Pacific " Orchestra 6; " Take Her, She ' s Mine " Cast 8; Senior Class Treasurer 8; Access Com- puter Programming Contest 6; Kiwanis 5, 6; Computer Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 4, 6, 8. WATERMAN, DOUG GLENN Senior Cap and Gown Committee 8. WATSON, MARVIN THOMAS WEASE, MARY ANN WEAVER, KAREN ANN Homeroom Vice President 7; Art Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Future Teachers 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Swimming Timers 5, 6, 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6. WEAVER, SUZAN MARLENE " South Pacific " Makeup 6; Office Assistant 5, 6, 7; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Majorettes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Jefferson High School, San Francisco, California 1, 2, 3; Marshalltown High School, Marshalltown, Iowa 4. WEAVER, THERESA B. Future Homemokers 7; Courtier Tech High School, Cincinnati, Ohio. WEBB, KENNETH LEE Student Council 6; Homeroom President 6, Vice President 5, Treasurer 4, 8; Library Assistant 4, 5, 6; Audio-Visual 4, 5, 6, 7; Co-Chairman Senior Swim and Luau Com- mittee 8; Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Letterman ' s Club 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3; Golf 6, 8; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. WELCH, JACK C. Student Council 4; Homeroom President 4, Vice President 3, 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4- Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Captain 8. WELLS, MICHAEL BRUCE WHEELER, STANLEY C. WICKLIFF, RANDI JO Student Council 4; Homeroom President 4, Vice President 3; Art Committee 3; Stage Band 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7. 8; Future Teachers 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Assistant Treasurer 6; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Swimming Timers 7, 8; Sen- ior Class Secretory 8, Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8, Co-Chairman 8. —45— WILLIAMS, DEBBIE KAYE Choir 3; Announcement Committee 8. WILLIS, ALANE JOY Homeroom Secretary 5, 8; Exchange Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Sen- ior Mixer Committee 8; Spanish Club 6, 7, 8; German Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 5, 6; Swimming Timers 5, 6, 7, 8. WILLSON, BARBARA ANN Student Council 8; Homeroom President 8, Secretary 6; Art Committee 3, 4; Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Swim and Luau Committee 8; Dolphins 5, 6, 7, 8, Treasurer 7, 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Tennis 4; Life Saving 6; United Nations Trip 6; Future Teachers 5, 6. WILSON, BECKY SUE Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Oracle Re- porter 6, Mailing and Distribution Editor 7; Polar Bear Student Life Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Urbandale High School 3, 4. WILSON, ViCKI K. Girls Recreation Association; Blue and White Reporter; West Liberty High School, West Liberty, Iowa 3, 4, 5, 6. WOLFE, BRUCE ALLAN WONG, LINDA LOU WONG, MARY ANN WOOD, PATRICIA JOANN Homeroom Vice President 5. WOODY, BONNY DEEN Student Council 8; Homeroom President 8, Secretary 4, 6, 7; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 6, 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8; French Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8. WOODYARD, JAMES BRIAN Homeroom Treasurer 5; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Oracle Assistant Mailing and Distributing 6. WORSTER, LEE MARIE Homeroom Vice President 3, Treasurer 5, 6; Art Committee 3; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretries 5, 6, 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6. WRIGHT, DIANA LEE Homeroom Treasurer 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage Band 3, 4; Office Assistant 8; Senior Banquet Committee 8; French Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Swimming Timers 5, 6, 7, 8; SCIBA Honor Band 7; Band Secretary 7, 8. WRIGHT, HUGH TAYLOR Student Council President 8; Inter-City Council 8; Student Council 5, 7, 8; Home- room President 5, 7; Social Committee 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7, Co-Chair- man 7; Band 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 7, 8; Stage Band 7; Audio-Visual 3, 4, 7, 8; Boy Cheerleader 6; Golf 6, 8; Intramurals 8. BOOS, TERESSA KAY Homeroom Treasurer 4; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Art Committee 3, 4; German Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Swimming Timers 5, 6. COBB, RICHARD LANE Tech Student Council 3. 4; Tech Homeroom Vice President 3, 4; Tech Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Tech Football 3; Tech Wrestling 3, 4; North DECA; Tech Tennis 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8. CONNETT, ALMA HAMPE, PATRICK CARL Homeroom President 5, 6, 7, 8; Concessions 6, 7, 8; Cap apd Gown Committee 8; Bas- ketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cross Country 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Life Soving 7, 8; Alden Hjyh School 3, 4; Webster City High School 3, 4. HENRY, SANDRA HUTCHINS, MARY OLNEY, TOM EDWARD Oracle Reporter 7, 8, Mailing and Distribut- ing Editor 8; Baseball 4; Football 3. SILK, JOHN L. Homeroom President 4, Vice President 8, Treasurer 5; Art Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4; Stage Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Library Assistant 3, 4; Boys Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; German Club 5, 6, Treasurer; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Golf 6; Swimming 5, 6; Tennis 8; Intramurals 7, 8. YAW, DOROTHY INA MARIE TOWNSLEY, DEE ANN Art Committee 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4. —47— Camera Shy Graduates ACKISS, MARVENE ALLEN, MICHAEL LE ROY Sovonnoh Senior High Savonnoh, Missouri 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. ALLEN, REBECCA AMOS, BEATRICE L. ANDERSON, MICHAEL C. ANSPACH, EDWARD JEROME AVRITT, GORDON DOUGLAS BAILEY, BURTON C. BARDEN, JACK E. BONUGLI, MARY LOU BOUGHER, MIKE D. BRILL, VICKI FARR BROADUS, DENNIS F. BROWN, CRAIG O. CARSON, VICTOR CARTER, MIKE ANTHONY Football 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. CHANDLER, MICHAEL GENE DECA 7. CLARK, LUCY F. CLYCE, STACEY L. COX, JEFF L. DAVIS, ROBERT EBERT, PHIL EGGERT, TERRY ELLIS, WILLIAM HENRY ERICKSON, H. DENNIS Homeroom Vice President 6; Des Moines East High School 3, 4. EVANS PAMELA GARTH, DONNA GREEN, BILLIE JO Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5. GRODT, DAVID GULICK, PATRICIA H AR DE N BROOK, DEBBIE L. HELMON, ALFRED HEMINOVER, SHIRLEY ANN HENDERSON, EDNA HUFFMAN, TERRY LYNN Homeroom Secretary 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Rope Jumping 3, 4, 5, 6; Tennis 3, 4; Intramurals 5, 6; Life Saving 5, 6; Senior Banquet Committee 8. JEFFERSON, JAMES JENSEN, SHERRY JOHNSON, DON JOHNSON, VERA ELIZABETH KELAHER, CHERI KIPPER, WALLACE KIRKMAN, GERALD LEROY KLINE, DENNIS RAY KNIGHT, PETER L. DECA 7, 8; Football 3. 5. LEVEKE, JERRY LIBBY, PRUDENCE SUSAN Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Spanish Club 5, 6; Winterset High School, Winterset, Iowa 3, 4; Valley High School, West Des Moines, Iowa 5, 6. LINDGREN, EUGENE LONG, SHERRY MARSHALL, FRANK DIXON McCASLAND, GARY STERLING MELTVEDT, CHRIS MILTER JAMES, RALPH, II MOON, JUDSON QUINN, TIMOTHY PATRICK ROYER, ROBERT D. SCARCELLO, JAMES WILLIAM SINGLETON, SAMUEL SETH, JR. Student Council 6; Homeroom President 6; Library Assistant 5, 6, 7, 8; Baseball 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Swimming 5, 6; Track 4, 8; Intramurals 7, 8; Senior Prom Committee 8. STEWART, EVERETTE DALE TEALE, LEOTA MARIE THOMAS, BRUCE LcMOIN VAUGHN, RONALD LeeROY WELKER, ROBERT D. WILLIAMS, MARY ANN —48— ' Visit to Farmer Jones Place ' is Theme for Senior Mixer With the help of Dr. Ray Pugh, seniors plan their mixer. Two of the highlights of the senior mixer were the balloon and wagon races. Seniors begin their fun with a " Visit to Farmer Jones Place, " with the help of Dr. Ray Pugh, as organizer-in-chief. The student center was decorated with signs and hay to help add to the atmosphere. Seme of the activities were a jello-eating contest, square dancing, fishing, calling hogs, and making a farm animal out of bubble gum. Bob Warrick was the winner for the hog calling contest. Marty Smith and Bill Florence were the jello-eating contest winners. Best costume winners were Marica Hays, looking like a hay stack; and Jim Woodyard, looking like a rooster. Then Tina Chag- non and Greg Smith won the bubble gum contest. After all of these events took place, the upper- classmen moved into the boys gymnasium and were divided into 10 groups where they participated in more activities. Lee Worster and Vivian Griffith are dressed as mice for the mixer. Seniors Enjoy the Annual Swim and Luau Dressed in Hawaiian attire, seniors " try " a Hawaiian dance. SENIOR SWIM LUAU The Senior Swim Luau was colorful with all the bright shirts and dresses worn by all the seniors. Fol- lowing all the games and swimming, a delicious dinner, prepared by the cooks, was set before the seniors. The seniors had to eat their food with only their fingers. To end their exciting evening they either went into the gymnasiums or up to the student center to dance. Seniors enjoying themselves while swimming at the Luau —50— A Time For Us Senior ' s model for Prom, Boys apparel furnished by M ' Lords in Park Fair. One of the highlights of a senior ' s year is the Prom. This year the Prom was held in the Grand Ballroom of Hotel Savery on May 23 from 8:00 to 1 1:30. The music was provided by Mordi- ni ' s Band. All the couples were handed a sou- venir Prom booklet when they entered the door while being announced by juniors Gay McDonald and Judy Heuss. John Gooding being measured for cap and gown. Row 1: Diana Wright, Karen Hunter, Shauna Bishop, Janice England, Cheryl Hunnell, Pat Faulkner, Bonnie Doy. Row 2: Barbara Willson, Sandy Gilliland, Pat Lajko, Ann Salkiewicz, Sue Appell, Mike Burgher, Marcia Kerns. Row 3: Gail Bowman, Jeannine Peterson, Joyce England, Earl Parsons, Victor Hawthorne, Mark Satre, Randi Wickliff, Ted Prine. Row 1: Mike Allen, Mike Morse, Mary Hare, Margaret Stout, Jessica Summers, Jaydee Sommers. Row 2: David Lowe, Dennis Gallagher, Don Lusk, Jan Hughes, Terry Cassady, Diane Stewart. Row 3: Jack Hansen, Mark Smith, Bernard McCabe, Diane Porter, Linda Hevlin, Bill Rollison, Susan Forsyth. —51 — Underclassmen The Future of North High School lies in the hands of these underclassmen who will soon be assuming responsibilities carried out by those before them. During the sophomore and junior years prepara- tions are made for the challenges of leadership to be faced in the senior year and after graduation. —53— Juniors Prepare For Experiences Challenges and Exciting of Senior Year _____ _____ _g i ____________ fit 0L ft _ I • — r 9 1 9 Tod Row ' ockie Abbey Doug Agee, Kathy Alexonder, Mike Allen, James Anderson, Rhonda Anderson, Sharon Appleton, Jeff Arloud Jane Aswegan, Connie Atkins Middle Row: Bob Baker, Sarah Barker, Roy Beeler, Connie Beirman, James Bishop, John Blomquist, Sue Blumer, Annette Boben- house, Leonardo Bobolinski, Theresa Boos. Bottom Row: Judy Borwick, Peggy Braunschweig, Ken Brewer, Cindy Brommel, Don Brown, Marty Brown, Neil Brown, Vicki Brown, Chris Bucklew, Sherry Buhrmaster. _ A % % 1 % ■} Top Row: Linda Bush, Karen Burk, Ellen Bushnell, Robert Calaway, Jim Calhoun, Vick. Camp Pam Campbell, Carol Carpente Don Carpenter Jan Cote. Middle Row: Chuck Cheatom, Steve Chevail, Steve Chevail, John Chrystal Steve Cumble Dave Clinton Steve Cluney, Venus C ™ " ' ]? Condor, Chris Conn. Bottom Row: Louis Converse, Mike Cooper, Susan Corrick, Brent Cox, Bob Cram, Mary Crookshank, Dave Cropp, LeRoy Curl, Diana Damerville, Louis Danes. —54— ft? Mi y i f " S3 [ ■ 1 fl Top Row: Kathy Daniels, Russ Darr, James Davis, Joe Davis, Jim Day, Ray Day, Jenny Dempewolf, Grant Dickinson, Kathy Diehl, John Doherty. Middle Row: Marcia Dyer, Pam Eakins, Debbie Elings, Pat Engle, Janet Ennis, Paula Etter, Rick Fallis, Mary Fazio, Terri Fazio, Jeff Feeley. Bottom Row: Terry Fenimore, Barry Fisher, Margie Frank, Dove Frantz, Steve Freeman, Jackie Gamble, Rob Garver, Mary Gibson, Gary Gilchrist, Mike Gladfelder. •5 % % A i 1 ft Top Row: Glenda Groeber Ivan Gray, Jan Gray, Marty Green, Greg Greenfield, Bud Griffin, Chuck Griffith, Colin Guess, Pat Gulick, Gloria Haack. Middle Row: Tony Hall, Brian Hall, Liz Hall, Jim Hall, Roy Hart, Jim Hartzer, Jo Ann Harvey, Howord Hawthorne, Vance Hawthorne, Dove Hay. Bot- tom Row: Dave Hays Beverly Henry Sandy Henry, Judi Heuss, Debbie Hicks, Mike Hilderbrand, Ken Hill, Ann Hilhard, Lauri Hockett, Betty Hoffman. JBk Jfe si Top kow: Debbie Honl bteve Hollmgsworth, Rick Hubbart, Larry Hudnall, Jim Hummer , Jeon Young, Ted Jockowski Barry jocKson, ev.n jonnson Dean Jurgensen Middle Row: Cheryl Kelly, Brian Key, Mary Ellen Klaver, Rick Knutson, Debra Kramer, Rondy Kuhlenbeck Greg Kuhlman Paul La Munyon, Dave Lake, Jim Lamb. Bottom Row: Randy Lane, Noncie La vine, Angela Leong, Robert Lepley, Becky Lewis, Don Lewis, Ron Lewis, Jerry Lightfoot, Keith Lincoln, Marcia Linn. Top Row: Maria Lint, Barry Long, Patty Long, Ray Lorenz, Dennis Losee, Chris Louden, Donna Lusk, Suzanne Manning, Terry Mashek, John McCarty. Middle Row: Gary McClanahan, Terry McCombs, Kathy McConnell, Gay McDonald, Sue McCrea, Marianne McDermott, April McDonald, Joyce McEwen, Phyllis McLain, John McLeran. Bottom Row: Lynda Meadows, Gary Messer, Duania Mick, Connie Miller, Penny Miller, Mark Milton, Pat Moberly, Gaileen Moore, Roland Moore, Camie Moran. i ■ ■ IB 2 V . Gt i J ■0 Top Row: Tim Mortice, Melodee Mundell, Paul Navin, Steve Nichols, David Nicholson, Darrlyn Norem, Marin Oline, John Osberg, Rene Osberg, Greg Ouverson. Middle Row: Karen Palmer, Bob Parker, Kathy Parsons, Roy Pascall, Armel Pate, Barbara Patterson, Linda Pennington, Norma Perry, Warren Peterson, Debra Pfannenstiel. Bottom Row: Donna Philipsen, Jan Phillips, Bev Pike, Rodney Price, Ron Ramsey, Ann Randolph, Brenda Rapp, Phil Reed, Kathy Reese, Kenrie Reeves. Top Row: Vizma Rekmanis, Jodi Reynolds, Marlene Rife, Harry Ritter, Debbie Robbins, Connie Roberts, Lonnie Rollen, Don Root, Kamy Rick Rubenstein. Middle Row: Patrice Rubino, Rick Ruby, Fred Russell, Ray Russell, Kathie Sailors, Ann Sandage, Patti Scheckel, Sue Schooley, Bob Scott, Terri Sheldon. Bottom Row: Tom Shelton, Tom Sheridan, Ken Shineflew, Becky Sholes, Gary Sigler, Clomalletta Smart, Pat Smith, Don Stickney, Jim Stielow, John Stone. — 56 — ft WW i f m rVA i ft . r A Top Row: Jorja Stout, Jean Strathman, Jill Sutton, Carol Swonson, Chris Swink, Jeon Swoboda, David Tollman, Opal Tate, Kent Taylor, Debbie Thomas. Middle Row: Jordon Thomas, Doris Thornton, Rick Tittsworth, Garnetta Triplett, Mono Trout, Lynette Turner, Pam Upchurch, Evelyn Van Dam, Pete Vitiritto, Sue Voegtlin. Bottom Row: Duane Wachter, Dennis Wadsworth, Debro Warren, Bonita Weber, Danny Weckman William Wells Bill Wheeler, Linda White, Sandi Wickliff, Cindy Wike. (1 1 9 i mi ■ ™ ' t ■ i r - ■ • II - 1 v «f f» ii i ft m 9 Top Row: Jeanne Ancell, Mary Lou Bonugli, Floyd Cropp, Kelly Evans, Janet Herrold, Judy Holste, Becky Hopkins, Dave Houston, Marilyn Hull, Jean Hutchison. Middle Row: Susan Hood, Anna Jackson, De Ann Jacobe, Miriam Jameson, Dennis Janssen, Diane Johnson, Elaine Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Jeff Johnson, Phil Johnson. Bottom Row: Matt Johansen, Robert Johansen, Sally Jugenheimer, Pete Julstrom, Joyce Kalar, Tim Kelce, Cordell Kirby, Dean Kness, Martin Oline, Iva Smith. In Memoriam: Robert Calaway, junior from home room 238, who died on February 9 as a result of a gunshot wound. —57— After First Year at North, Sophomores Are Ready to Accept More Responsibilities Pi to r i A (If H ' Hun Top Row: Ann Ahl, Linda Alexonder, Mark Allen, Kothy Allsup, Noncy Appell, Shirley Armstrong, Cheryl Arnold, Joni Arnold, Teresa Bailey, Anita Bain. Middle Row: Francine Baker, Steve Baker, Margo Barker, Mark Battles, John Bechtcl, Kim Bendixen, Chuck Berg, Debbie Betts, Juanita Bierma, Heide Bierwirth. Bottom Row: Candy Billings, Elaine Billings, Ellen Bischof, Pam Bobenhouse, Barb Boesch, Kevin Bolden, Judy Boiler, Jeannette Borgerding, Michael Bowden, June Boyd. Top Row: Debbie Breen, Daryl Brewer, Fred Brewton, Dave Briggle, Michael Briggs, Dana Brodeen, Mat Brown, Judy Broxmeyer, Maurice Bruce, Vicki Bump. Middle Row: Loyd Burnside, Robert Butters, Sue Buwalda, Patricia Cain, Charles Carlson, Leslie Carr, Yegni Carruyo, Bruce Catterson, Debbie Choppas, Susan Cheshire. Bottom Row: Zosh Choda, Elaine Christensen. Debbie Christian, Jeri Clark, Irene Coll, Roger Colton, Sandra Cook, Diane Cooper, John Cooper, Bill Cooper. —58— 1 Jt iPf i ■ il 1 4- HUB 1 Top Row: Kathy Copic, Tony Cosenza, LuAnn Cotnell, John Coxe, Michael Crawford, Ronnie Crawford, Joe Crosswhite, Janet Crowell, Dale Curl, Julianne Davenport. Middle Row: Terry Day, Don Deaton, Mike Deay, Scott Dickinson, Sherri Dishman, Curt Dixon, Rick Dobbins, Debbie Dodge, James Donovan, Hazel Duff. Bottom Row: Lois Dunahoo, Dawn Durrett, Debbra Ellis, Donna Ellis, Lorelli Eliin, James England, Cyndy Erickson, Dave Erickson, Cindy Ewing, Stacey Fales. 1 • (fl ; % x i i SIP; (TIM A lb 1™ Top Row: Cindy Faulkner, Sonny Fees, Marcia Flesher, Jim Fox, Randy Frozier, JoAnn Frew, Rebecca Fuller, Craig Gaines, Brenda Ganoe, Candy Gordner Middle R ow: Mike Gaskin, Gail Gibson, Carol Gilliland, Gerald Gillson, Mike Giudicessi, Jeff Goebel, JoAnn Goode, Richard Grant, Linda Graves, Chuck Green. Bottom Row: Gloria Green, Diana Greenland, Patti Griffin, Rick Gross, Catherine Guernsey, Karen Hagen, Leslie Hale, Dennis Hall, Diana Hall, Diantha Hall. I M 1 Q .9 M Q .? HI A SP% ft fir- ra ■n Tom Mnii Tom Hnll Craia Hansen. Pc jtricia Hanson, Steve Hanson, Debbie Harrr on, Jean Har1 m ' Debra Hoy. Ton Row lunnp Hnll Rnn Hnll Terrv Hall Tom Hall, Craig Hansen, Patricia Hanson, Steve Hanson, Debbie Harmon, Jean Hart, Debra Middle Tow MeVle Hayes Party Hayner Dave Hearn, Tony Heath, ferry Henson, Gary Higginson, Willie Hill, Ewell Hines, Shelley Holland, torn Row Patt; f Horsbufgh Tim HoskYnson, Debbie Howard, David Howk, Gwen Hommell, Jim Hunter, Trac. Isenberger, Jack.e Jackson Jackson, Michael Jacobi. 1 T7 -v i 1 fir it t n 9 m 0 Top Row: Clark Jenkins, Chris Jensen, Gayle Haynes, David Jessen, Kathy Johanson, Steve Johns, Barbara Johnson, Candy Johnson, Dave Johnson, Mike Johnson. Middle Row: Gary Kallansrud, Don Kalsem, Cindy Kalwishky, Richard Keith, Ross Kerns, Joyce Kingery, Richard Kramer, Mike Lozdins, William Lee, Betty Leong. Bottom Row: Sue Leveke, Debbie Lewis, Reggie Lewis, Ann Ligouri, Daryl Lincoln, Laura Lossee, Geri Ludwick, Michael Lumley, Gary Main, Kim Malone. Top Row: William Marshall, Larry McCain, Dana McCarthy, Jill McCarty, Bill McCrea, Anna McDonald, Kevin McFarland, Sheryl McNeeley, Dave McPherson, Mike McVey. Middle Row: Ann Mendenhall, Belinda Messer, Bill Michelson, Trudy Mick, Dawn Millang, Bobbie Milligan, Tony Milo- sovech, Larry Minks, Jackie Minnick, Sarah Montgomery. Bc-ttom Row: Orville Moore, Tom Moore, Mary Jo Morris, Shelley Morris, Harold Morrow, Steve Mosqueda, George Munyon, Lynn Munzenmaier, Debbie Mutchler, Lori Nelson. Top Row: Carol Nodland, Casey Nossaman, Nancy Nuckolls, Cathy Nussbaum, Dick O ' Connor, Carlo O ' Gorman, Patrick O ' Gorman, Keith Page, Patty Palmer, Juanita Pargo. Middle Row: Cindy Parker, Sandv Parsons, Janet Paschall, Bob Patterson, Sue Patterson, Debbie Payne, Marlena Pozzi, Becky Pennington, Ricky Pepper, Mark Perkins. Bottom Row: Janelle Peters, Lynda Peterson, Mark Peterson, Michele Peterson, Jeni Philipsen, Sue Phoenix, Pam Pilcher, Jeff Plymesser, Karen Poore, Rose Popiano. —60— | J ft A (fir Top Row: Debbie Potter, Richard Purcell, Mary Queener, John Quinn, Shirley Quinn, Roberta Randall, Randy Rayman, Bill Reese, David Reeves, Steve Reeves. Middle Row: Aivor Rekmanis, Jim Rice, John Rieff, Andy Roff, Vicki Rogers, Robin Rollen, Keith Roy, Debbie Russell, Luanna Russell, Rita Rustan. Bottom Row: Debbie Rynerson, Bill Sadler, Debbie Sowhill, Eddie Scales, Bettina Scarcello, Donna Schade, Nancy Schnoor, Melodie Secho- vec, Tom Shepard, Steve Short. 11 ) Top Row: Lisa Simonsen, Tom Slater, Dallas Smith, Jeff Smith, Sally Smith, Jahnell Soli, Kathy Sparks, Nan Sparks, Stuart Spurgeon, Bob Stewart. Middle Row: Denise Strome, Terry Stubbs, Mark Tollman, Stacy Taylor, Janet Thomas, Craig Thompson, Sue Thompson, Barb Tnton, Cindy To. go, Mary Tomlinson. Bottom Row: Shirley Townsley, Shelley Tucker, Lyle Turner, Buddy Valdez, Rick VanArkel, Duana Veneny, Sue Vcsburg, Mary Waddell, Debbie Wode, Cheryl Wages. H i Too Rnw Rr nrin Wnifprt: K irln Ward Ka ✓ la Ward. Torr l Warner, Line 9 a Warren, Wayne Watley, Tommie WebbBey, Denice Welch, Ron Welch Mary Wells Middle Row ' David Welton Theresa Westlake, Joanne Wheaton, Jesse Williams, Michael Williams, Nancy Williams, Rachel Williams, Mike Wilson, Raelene Wiison, Amber Wolfe. Bottom Row: Frank Wong, Louis Woods, Kim Worley, Morgan Wright, Jonyce Young, Lucy Young. —61 — —62— Student Life Within These Walls Lies the Students. North High is not classrooms, books, and educational equipment, but North High is people. It is every student and every- one is a part of the mass organization. Without people North would be but a disorganized unit of equipment. —63— NHS Students Experience A Memorable Year From the sophomore mixer in September to the senior mixer in March, the 1970 school year found the students enjoying themselves in many different ways. There were parties, games and honors; good times and good friends; pride and loyalty for NHS; and all of the other everyday events that help make North what it is. —65— Marty and Karen Elected; Karen Faust and Marty Smith reigned as homecoming queen and Mr. Football ; Crystal Blue Persuasion was the theme; The Black and Blues Band provided the music; Homecoming, 1969 was a big success! Karen and her six member court started the festivities with a ride on the homecoming float at the halftime parade, and watched as North went on to defeat Lincoln. The next night was the dance and Karen and Marty were officially crowned. The sopho- more, junior and senior attendants joined in the coronation. As the band played, 137 cou- ples turned out for the annual dance, held in the North cafeteria. Marty helps Karen with her royal robe following the coronation. Front Row: Terri Shel- don, Jeanne Ancell, junior attendants; Deb- bie Wade, Lynn Munz- enmaier, sophomore at- tendants. Back Row: Dorothy Shaeffer, sen- ior attendant; Karen Faust, queen; Jane Schlaser, senior attend- ant. Crystal Blue Persuasion Chosen as Theme Spirit Weeks Symbolize Clash Day and the Powder Puff Derby headlined North ' s SPIRIT WEEK for the football season. The Annual Powder Puff Derby found the underclass girls defeating the seniors. Clash Day was as obvious as its name. There were the traditional sophomore, junior, and senior days with each class wearing green on their respective day. The week ' s celebrations ended with a pep assembly and a game against Dowling. Spirit Week number two preceded North ' s second clash with Hoover for the Metro-Conference basket- ball title. A contest for signs promoting North as number one was held with top honors going to sopho- more Stacy Taylor. The varsity squad defeated the sophomore team in a mid-week game. Again the week ended with a pep assembly and the game. Barry Long, junior, served as mascot. The best dressed from Clash Day — Row 1: Kathy Fenimore, Terri Richie, Gay McDonald, Chuck Quick. Row 2: Jim Scarcello, Sandy Griffin, Dave Houston. Row 3: Marty John- son, Grant Schwartz, Chuck Wallace. — 68 — Pancake Day Ticket Sales Net Over $1900 The Fabulous Five in concert; Jack Hansen, Bill Ellsworth, Steve Davis, Grant Schwartz, and Dick Fane directed by John Brindley. " The Fabulous Five " under the direction of John Brindley, were featured in the Pancake Day kick off assembly. " Laugh-In " scenes were presented compliments of the drama students. The sophomores led the sales, with the juniors second and the seniors third. Mrs. Frances Swett ' s home- room, 220, held top honors in the homeroom division with Nancy Lavine, homeroom 238, as the top sales- man. Former football coach Don Powell returns for North ' s Pancake Day. victory. —70— Students enjoyed a typical open house. Open Houses Provide After Game Entertainment Following the football games, North students could retire to the relaxing atmosphere of the open houses held in the cafeteria. Guest bands or records provided the music and students could join their friends for several hours of dancing, talking, playing cards, or just enjoying themselves. -71-- Sirpa Enjoys Her Foreign Visit This year North ' s foreign exchange student, Sirpa Kaarina Kauppila, hails from the Finland capital of Helsinki. Sirpa carried a heavy schedule of biology, senior English, girls ' glee and American history. While attending North, Sirpa was busy with activities other than studies. She was a member of Pep Club, Social, Art, and Foreign Exchange Committees, as well as homeroom treasurer second semester. Sirpa made her temporary home in the United States with the Frank Cate family, who have a daughter, Jan, presently attending North. Sirpa joins with friends of different religions and countries Christmas celebration. Underclassmen Enjoy An Active Year Enthusiasm, spirit and drive were goals of the junior class this year. These were shown as they participated in pep club, student council and many committees. They began early planning for their senior year as they hope to make it the best ever. Several junior girls dine in the student center. The Plaid Lads provided the entertainment at the Sophomore mixer. For the sophomores, the year started with the annual mixer, plan- ned and supervised by the seniors. As the activity-minded students eagerly joined into things, they be- came the backbone of the art com- mittee. Their active year came to an end amid the hustle bustle plan- ning of the sophomore picnic. Perched up on the shelf, the sophomores collect dust. —73— Reporter Dolph Pulliam spoke ot the Quill and Scroll induction assembly. In an opening assembly, the student body viewed the 1969 football team. —74— Provide Entertainment for North ' s Students Assemblies are a very im- portant part of a student ' s life. Each with a special meaning; to honor or entertain. Pep assemblies, with skits and cheering, were held fre- quently during football and basketball season to spark en- thusiasm among the students. Induction assemblies were held for Student Council repre- sentatives and officers as well as for the new Quill and Scroll members. In order to recognize the winter sports, an assembly was held, honoring the members of the debate and wrestling teams, the Dolphin club and other team workers. At the same time, recognition was given to individual students for scho- lastic achievement. The Des Moines Symphony Orchestra presented a p Inducted as the spring student council officers were Keith Klemme, Hugh Wright, Terri Murphy, Sue Fisher, Don Lusk, David Hardie, sponsor. —75— Anyone for a midnight swim? North High Exercises Now, now girls, let ' s act like ladies. —76— Steve Lundholm returned to place his jersey in th2 trophy case. North Plays Host to Several Guests During this past year, North was privileged to play host to several unique guest presentations. One of the most unusual of these programs was " Voices, Inc. " a Negro cast who presented Afro-American history through music and drama. Alumni also participated in several programs. Steve Lundholm, ' 66 North graduate, returned to North to place his retired football jersey, number 42, in the trophy case. Steve played the position of linebacker for the University of Missouri in the Orange Bowl game this year. Dee Redic. ' 68 North graduate, was one of the members of the modern gymnastics team from Simpson College who performed for the girls ' gym classes. The modern gymnastics team from Simpson College gave performances to the girls ' gym classes. —78— Student Council Strives for The Betterment of North Student Council is a tradition at North. A body of students, elected officials, repre- senting the entire student body. These students were chosen to enact legislation, plan, and carry out projects for the good of North High and the surrounding community. Recently, several concerned students voiced the opinion that the council was not doing enough. Steps were taken to correct this. At present, there is a motion under consideration to revise the constitution. This move would update the council proceedings and provide the necessary changes to allow the council to operate at full capacity. The bulletin beard in the front lobby was but one of the Council ' s projects this year. The bulletin board was just an example of the 1969-1970 council projects. Each week, one could find exchange news from other schools, a calendar of sports events and other news of interest to the students. The council also made the arrangements for the building and payment of the plaque dis- playing North ' s new motto. At Christmas time, a party for the children at the Oakridge Opportunity Center was held. Money was collected and each child received a present. The Spring project was to gather $300 to help make educational films about the mentally and emotionally ill. —79— Chuck Singleton and the Houserockers performing their hit record, " Peace of Mind. ' of North High After hours in the student center. —81 — Organizations Through the organizations, the student achieves a sense of belonging; knowing that only with his presence and effort will the club be a success. Both opportunities and pleasures can be gained. Joining also provides an opportunity for developing leadership, friendships, and character, all three of which will be needed in forming a more perfect future. —83— Phipps Heads Fall Student Council FALL STUDENT COUNCIL, Row One: Laurie Cox, Sue Appell, Sue Fisher, Paula Etter, Judy Heuss, Tony Heath, Mike Giudicessi, Nancy Appell, Debbie Christian, Donna Ellis. Row Two: Terry Cassady, Dean na Gilliam, Karen Hunter, Laura Hockett, Skip DeWitt, John Doherty, Craig Hansen, Chuck Berg, Gary Bowdre, Tony Cosenza. Row Three: Annette Bobenhouse, Mary Kay Alexander, Karl Butler, Rob Garver, Dave Houston, Jim Calhoun, j ck Hansen, Francs Borzo, Roger Coltcn, Phil Boydston, Emanuel Gilmore. John Phipps Grant Schwartz Teresa Murphy Laurie Cox Bob Lawson President Vice-President Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer FALL STUDENT COUNCIL, Row One: Rhonda Vecchi, Terri Murphy, Jodi Reynolds, Hugh Wright, Rick Knutson, Cindy Kolwishky, Debbie Wade, Lynn Munzenmaier, Jackie Jackson. Row Two: Sandy Stephens, Chuck Walloce, John Phipps, Don Lusk, Bob Lawson, Jane Schlaser, Debbie Thomas, Janice Young, Linda McCarty. Row Three: Don Short, Kent Taylor, Grant Schwartz, Chuck Quick, Gary McClanahan, Bill Rollison, Noncie Lavine, Debbie Mutchler, Larry Minks. —84— Spring Council Revises N.H.S. Constitution SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL, Row One: Dave Lowe, Larry Minks, Keith Klemme, Don Root, Chuck Wallace, Marty Smith, Milton Rhiner, Ted Prine. Row Two: Mary Kay Alexander, Diane Stewart, Gloria Reeck, Dolores Bayles, Joyce Brewton, Sandi Wicklitf, Connie Worster, Mary Ellen Klaver, Patty Hayner. Row Three: Susan Appell, Barb Willson, Kathy Jepsen, Debbie Fox, Lois Dunahoo, Jean Hutchison, Terry Westlake Candi Gardner, Sue Fisher. SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL, Row One: Stacy Fales, Joe Crosswhite, Mike Giudicessi, Jim Calhoun, Hugh Wright, Bill Rollison, John Doherty, Bob Cram. Row Two: Molly McCollum, Beverly Henry, Emanuel Gilmore, Ken Brewer, Jan Gray, Patti Horsburgh, Marcia Kerns, Karen Hunter, Don Lusk. Row Three: Bonny Woody, Carma Crowell, Linda Alexander, Barb Boesch, Janell Peters, Nancy Appell, Debbie Harmon, Terri Murphy. —85— Representatives Work to Unite Class and School FALL CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Rcw One — Skip DeWitt, senior; Annette Bobenhouse, junior. Row Two— Sandy Stephens, senior; Cindy Kalwishky, sophomore; Judy Heuss, junior. Not pictured; Roger Colton, sophomore. The class representatives serve as representatives of their class on Student Council, act as organizers of any class activity, and keep track of class points in competition projects. SPRING CLASS REPRESENTATIVES: Row One — Dolores Bayles, senior; Sandy Wickliff, junior; Gloria Reeck, senior. Row Two— Larry Minks, sophomore; Jim Calhoun, junior; Linda Alexander, sophomore. —86— Inter-City Student Council Betters School Relations INTER-CITY STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: Row One — Jodi Reynolds, Carol Swanson, Condi Gardner, Nancy Appell. Row Two — John Phipps, Rob Garver, Bill Rollison, Mary Kay Alexander, Karl Butler, Mike Giudicessi. Promoting better relations between schools is the m3in purpose of Inter-City Student Council. This year the Council successfully held an all school dance, published the " Cheap Thrills " calendar, and worked at Lily Day. Pep Board promotes school wide enthusiasm and spirit. Planning Spirit Week and Pep assemblies is it ' s main responsibility. The board consists of heads of the various spirit groups such as Student Council, Kadets, Pep Club, and others. Harry Mortensen is faculty sponsor. Pep Board Plans Spirit Week, Assemblies PEP BOARD: Row One — Judy Heuss, Terry Murphy, Laurie Cox, Sandy Stephens, Cindy Kalwishky. Row Two — Annette Bobenhouse, Sandy Griffin, Janey Hooper, Terry Cassady, Diane Kalwishky, Skip DeWitt, Roger Colton. Row Three — Mike Burgher, Grant Schwartz, Karen Faust, Tina Chag- non, John Phipps, Bob Lowson, Harry Mortensen. —87— Social Committee Plans Successful Homecoming SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Row One — Theresa Westlake, Debbie Christian, Bill Marshall, Dorothy Shaeffer, Debbie Sawhill, Barb Huston Hugh Wright, Janet Herrold Cindy Wike Debbie Hohl, Lynn Munzenmaier, Kathy Parsons. Row Two — Pam Upchurch, Kathy Stockwell, Sandy Stephens Chris Payne Bonny ' Woody Marcia Linn, Don Lusk, Miriam Jameson, Melodee Mundell, Elaine Johnson, Mary Ellen Gibson, Terry McCombs, Russ Under- wood ' Row Three — Bob Sadler, Kathy Olmstead, Diane Stewart, Gloria Reeck, Marianne McDermott, Sharron Allen, Jane Selden, Becky Sholes len Sheldon Janet Toggart, Laura Hockett, Patti Griffin, Becky Lewis, Jim Calhoun. Row Four — Griff Reese, Chuck Wallace, Renee Osberg Karen Weaver Chris Rayman, Bob Warrick, Don Short, Jeff Mittag, Jeff Thompson, Patti Long, Donna Phthpsen, Cheryl Kelly, Jeanne Ancell, Sherry Buhrma ' ster, Nancie Lavine, Judy Borwick, Debbie Thomas, Diane Johnson, Grant Schwartz. Planning, decorating, and building the float for Homecoming is the main purpose of Social Committee. The theme for the Homecoming activities this year was " Crystal Blue Persuasion. " Chuck Wallace was chairman. Diane Stewart and Karen Hunter were secretaries. Miss Mayme Lyons was faculty advisor. SOCIAL COMMITTEE- Row One — Becky Hopkins, Dolores Bayles, Mary Ellen Klaver, Jan Cote, Karen Hunter, Chris Gamble, Joyce Kalar, Pam Campbell Ann Ahl Marilyn Hull, Jane Aswegan, Sandy Griffin, Sue Fisher. Row Two — Jan Hughes, Sirpa Kauppila, Linda Alexander Brenda Ganoe Judy Holste Joan Bair Rose Camp, Elaine Hare, Gayle Haynes, Glenda Graeber, Paula Etter, Sue Corrick, Miss Mayme Lyons. Row Three — Jeanne Gordon, Terry Boos, Terry Cassady, Diane Kalwishky, Tina Chagnon, Mary Kay Alexander, Joyce Brewton, Linda Burch, Marsha Dyer, Pat Engle, Bill Ellsworth. Not pictured: Maria German. —88— Art Committee Paints Their School Spirit ART COMMITTEE: Row One — Rhonda Vecchi, Kathy Stockwell, Mary Ellen Klaver Teri Sheldon Kathy Parsons, Marcia Linn. Row Two — Bob Warrick, Bob Lawson, Bonny Woody, Pam Upc ' hurch Debbie ' Sowhill Terry McCombs, Judy Holste, Miriam Jameson. Row Three — Griff Reese, Molly McCollum ' Karen Weaver ' Chuck Quick Nanae Lavine, Commie Moran, April McDonald, Patr.ce Rubino, Donna Philipsen Not pictured: Maria German. Painting signs and posters for many school events such as games, swimming and wrestling meets as- semblies, student council projects, pancake day, and other activities is how Art Committee displays their spirit. The Art Committee was headed by Maria German, chairman; Sirpa Kauppila, assistant chairman- and Debbie Goetz, secretary; with Mrs. Amy Bryant as sponsor. ART COMMITTEE: Row One — Dolores Bayles, Sue Fisher, Mary Kay Alexander, Linda Burch, Melodee Mundell, Traci Isenberger Marilyn Hull Janet Herrold, Cheryl Arnold, Jan Gray, Lynn Munzenmaier, Brenda Ganoe. Row Two — Paf Engle, Annette Bobenhouse, Cheryl Kelly Beth Darner Pam Bobenhouse, Vivian Griffith, Patti Griffin, Sirpa Kauppila, Debbie Christian, Paula Etter, Kothy Diehl, Lindo Alexander. Row Three Debbie Goetz Tina Chagnon, Elaine Johnson, Marcia Hayes, Jan Hughes, Joyce Brewton, Joan Bair, Jean Hutchison, Jeanne Ancell JoAnn Wheaton Judv Brox- meyer, Amy Bryant. y —89— Foreign Exchange Committee Finances Foreign Student FOREIGN EXCHANGE COMMITTEE: Row One — Janice England, Alane Willis, Jan Cafe, Ann Hilliard, Sirpa Kauppila, Patrice Faulkner, Elsie Row Two Shaunna Bishop, Laura Hockett, Kathy Jepsen, Joyce England, Cynthia Faulkner, Sharon Buwalda, Jeanne Gordon. Sponsoring the penny day collections to obtain funds to support a foreign student is the main activity of the Foreign Exchange Committee. The committee plans activities which are of interest to its members as well as the exchange student. Mrs. Elsie Wilmeth is faculty sponsor. Usher Committee Serves At Various School Events USHER COMMITTEE: Row One — Alone Willis, Marcia Kerns, Karen Hunter, Janice England, Vicki Jones, Gay McDonald. Row Two — Robert Munch, Mary Kay Alexander, Joyce England, Jaydee Sommers, Tim McDonald. Serving as ushers by taking tickets and handing out programs at various school functions is the duty of Usher Committee. The committee functions at school plays, musical performances, baccalaureate, com- mencement, and other school events. Mr. Robert Munch is faculty sponsor. —90— Finance Committee Sells S.AT. ' s and Pancake Tickets FALL FINANCE COMMITTEE: Row One — Steve Colton, Mike Morse, Sue Fisher, Marilyn Hull, Lourie Cox, Linda Burch, Jan Hughes, Bob Lawson, Robert Lowson. Selling S.A.T. ' s and pancake tickets were Finance Committee ' s main concern this year. They also take charge of any Student Council activities where finances are concerned. As treasurer of Student Council, Bob Lawson headed this committee in the fall and Don Lusk headed it in the spring. Robert Law- son, sr., is faculty sponsor. SPRING FINANCE COMMITTEE: Row One — Suson Appell, Barb Willson, Diane Stewart, Don Lusk, Judy Holste, Debbie Fox, Robert Lawson —91 — Chagnon, German Head This Year ' s Pep Club Cheering at games, selling spirit tags and megaphones, and buying patron tick- ets to the All-City Dance are a few of the many ways Pep Club shows their school spirit. Pep Club, the largest or- ganization at North, with 300 members added many new things this year. Mrs. Elaine Peterson and Mr. Ed Hanson are faculty sponsors. FALL PEP CLUB OFFICERS — Row One: Mary Kay Alexander, Vice-President; Janet Herrold, Secretary. Row Two: Tina Chagnon, President; Sandy Wicklif f , Treasurer. Not pictured: Kathy Diehl, Assistant Secretary. The new Kelly green jumpsuit uniform, was Pep club ' s main accomplishment this year. Sparklers at the Homecoming and a new card section help complete the already colorful pep section at games. One girl was honored each month for her outstanding work in the club and the spirit stick was awarded to the sophomore class. Service Committee did several worthwhile projects such as selling bread for the March of Dimes, helping needy children and elderly people. SPRING PEP CLUB OFFICERS — Row One: Janet Herrold, secretary; Karen Hunter, assistant secretary; Maria German, president. Row Two: Mary Kay Alexander, vice- president; April McDonald, treasurer; Pam Bobenhouse, sophomore representative. —92— New Uniform and Card Section For This Year ' s Pep Club North Men Display Pep and Spirit LETTERMAN ' S CLUB: Row One — Ken Webb, Marty Smith, Greg Clark, Don Lusk. Row Two — Steve Nichols, Ted Prine, Rob Garver, Gary McClonahan, Bob Cram, Sandy Jugenheimer, Louie Danes, Bob Lawson, Bill Ellsworth. Row Three — Fred Miller, John Phipps, Guy Powell, Bill Rollison, John Doherty. Row Four — James Lyle, Robert Lowson, Richard Camp, Tom Lutz. Guy Powell headed this year ' s Letterman ' s Club. The club sold spirit buttons, selected an athlete of the week, and distributed posters for Pancake Day. The coaching staff serve as faculty sponsors. Boys ' Club, headed by Greg Clark, sold North T-shirts, took charge of the basketball roster, and estab- lished boy yell leaders for N.H.S. Faculty sponsor is Mr. Jerry Ridgeway. BOYS ' CLUB: Row One — John Doherty, Don Lusk, Steve Nichols, Louie Danes, Bob Cram, Mike Giudicessi. Row Two — Jim Calhoun, Gay McDonald, Greg Clark, Ken Webb, Steve Colton, Mark Milton, Keith Fuson. Row Three — Chuck Wallace, Gary McClanahan, Brent Cox, Bill Ellsworth, Phil John- son, Dave Frantz, Craig Hansen, Terry Day, Larry Minks. Row Four — Jim Hummer, Don Stickney, Dean Jurgensen, Ray Lorenz, Roger Colton, Mark Battles, Tom Moore, Joe Crosswhite, Jerry Ridgeway. —94— Spanish Club Attends Various Dinners SPANISH CLUB: Row One — Don Lusk, Karen Faust, Hugh Wright, Sandy Griffin, Sandy Parsons, Diane Kalwishky, Margaret Stout, Paula Etter, Kathy Ostrem, Mary Wease, Alane Willis, Mory Crookshank. Row Twc — Bill Rollison, Grant Schwartz, John Phipps, Dennis Losee, Dean Kness, Gayle Haynes, Elaine Johnson, Marcia Fletcher, Vickie Bump, Kathy Rathje, Betty Hoffman, Beverly Pike. Row Three — Tim McDonald, Bud Griffin, Jim Calhoun, John Doherty, Louie Danes, David Hearn, Tony Cosenza, Ricki Tittsworth, Donald Bridgeman, Sue Leveke, Beth Johnson, June Boyd. Members of the Spanish Club ate at various Spanish restaurants during the year, with the highlight being a dinner at Carlisle, which was attended by Spanish students from the Des Moines area. A student from Venezuela was a special guest at one of the meetings. French Club consisted of a group of interested students who meet from time to time to promote better understanding of the French language and culture. French Club Learns Culture Of France FRENCH CLUB: Row One — Diana Wright, Kim Bendixen, Barb Willson. Row Two — Randi Wickliff, Annette Bobenhouse, Patrice Rubino, April McDonald, Karen Weaver. —95— German Club Feasts On Exotic Foods GERMAN CLUB — Row One: Sandy Gilli land, Laurie Nelson, Laura Hockett, Mike Wilson. Row Two: Teressa Boos, Marcia Kerns Sherry Buhrmaster, Jeanne Gordon, Vivian Griffith. Row Three: Mark Satre, Bob Cram, Gene Miller, Dave Frantz, Andy Roff. The main events of the German Club this year was a dinner party with various German foods, a trip to the Bavarian Haus, and a German foreign exchange speaker. Marcia Kerns and Jeanne Gordon served as presidents with Lawrence Streyffeler as faculty sponsor. Debate club members have an opportunity to develop forensic techniques so that they are better qualified to participate effectively in democratic procedures. They ' ve partici- pated in several tournaments and won awards. Owen Jones is faculty sponsor. Debaters Practice Forensic Techniques DEBATE CLUB — Row One: Stacy Taylor, Sally Jugenheimer, Laura Hockett, Cindy Erickson. Row Two: Steve Colton, Francis Borzo, Roger Colton, John Rieff. Row Three: David Frantz, Rick Rubenstein, Don Brown, Owen Jones. —96— Thespians and Stage Crew Produce ' Take Her She ' s Mine ' THESPIANS — Row One: Becky Hopkins, Sue Fisher, Lynn Munzenmo er, Jerilynn Clark, Judy Boiler, Becky Fuller, Rhonda Vecchi, Marilyn Hull, Karen Moore. Row Two: Becky Sholes, Bob Cooper, Terry Cassady, Rick Bowlsby, Connie Worster, Christie Ray- man, Kathy Sailors, Bob Warrick, Pat Faulkner, Beth Darner, D ane Kalwishky. Row Three: Cynthia Faulkner, Vicki Brill, D ane Stewart, John Phipps, Grant Schwartz, Griff Reese, Sandi Wickliff, Bob Sadler, Sharon Buwalda, Joyce England, Debbie Fox, Debbie Lewis. Not pictured: Maria German. " Take Her She ' s Mine " was the Thespians project this year. Student directors were Christie Rayman and Diane Kalwishky with John Thompson as faculty sponsor. Regular meetings and ushering at the Playhouse are also part of the club ' s activities. Working behind the scene arranging lights and building the set is the Stage Crew ' s main job. They also help prepare for the assemblies and the concerts. STAGE CREW — Row One: LeRoy Parsons, Randy Rayman, Tony Cosenza, Don Root, Mike Crawford, Bob Sadler, Mark Battles. Row Two: Dave Hearn, Chris Meltvedt, Terry Hensen, Tom Shepard. Row Three: Bill Marshall, Jim England. —97— Future Secretaries Learn Clerical Skills FUTURE SECRETARIES: Row One — Vicki Jones, Bonnie Day, Poula Waddell, Kenrie Reeves, Debbie Robbins, Sue McCrea, Kathy Alexander, Nancy McCrea, Cindy Wike, Betty Hoffman, Terry Conder, Debbie Pfannenstiel, Karen Burke. Row Two — Janet Ennis, Debro Hicks, Lee Worster, Anita Krouse, Kathy Olmstead, Marlene Rife, Suzanne Manning, Janet Phillips, Barbara Huston, Jane Aswegon, Glenda Graeber, Becky Sholes, Jessica Summers, Mary Crookshank, Ann Mendenhall, Chris Poyne. Row Three — Miss Mary Jane Blee, Chris Show, Lindo Hevlin, Dolores Bayles, Sandy Stephens, Gloria Reeck, Joan Bair, Sharron Allen, Margie Frank, Jaydee Sommers, Debbie Thomas, Bette Walker, Donna Lusk, Jane Pettijohn, Diane Johnson, Mrs. Betty Jackson. Learning to understand required training and possible areas of secretarial work is the purpose of the Future Secretaries club. A representative from AIB and the personnel director from Massey Ferguson were guest speakers. Vicky Jones served as president the entire year. Mrs. Betty Jackson and Miss Mary Jane Blee were faculty sponsors. Touring the campuses of U.N.I, in Cedar Falls and Central College in Pella as part of a special ' Teacher ' s Day " was the main event for the Future Teachers. The goal of the club is to interest students in becoming teachers and acquaints them with required training and rewards of teaching. Karen Hunter served as president with Laurence Hutzell as faculty sponsor. Future Teachers Visit College Campuses for Teacher ' s Day FUTURE TEACHERS: Row One — Molly McCollum, Marcio Kerns, Karen Hunter, Rhonda Vecchi, Bonnie Day. Row Two — Griff Reese, Joyce Englond, Jeanne Gordon, Vivian Griffith, Beth Darner, Laurence Hutzell. —98— Future Homemakers Serve Community FUTURE HOMEMAKERS: Row One — Debbie Dodge, Nancy McCrea, Susan Terrell, Nancy Cheshire, Ermo Wilson. Row Two — Shirley Townsley, Cheryl Smith, Theresa Weaver, Norma Perry, Sally Smith, JoAnn Phoenix, Linda Burch. Working in day care centers, collecting money for U.N. I .C.E.F., and making tray favors for a nursing home were a few of the projects Future Homemakers completed. The clubs goal is to participate in family and community projects emphasizing beautif ication and safety. Jo Ann Phoenix is president with Mrs. Erma Wilson as sponsor. The purpose of Future Health Careers club is to acquaint students in careers in medicine and related health fields. It instructs them on how they may enter or serve any particular field. Mrs. Beulah Fjelde is faculty sponsor. Future Health Careers Acquaint Students With Medicine FUTURE HEALTH CAREERS: Row One — Kathy Sparks, Rose Green, Janice England, Moureen Alexander, Gloria Green, Belinda Messer. Row Two Joyce England, Marcia Hayes, Janyce Young, Pat Smith, Jorja Stout, Beulah Fjelde. —99— Library Assistants Aid Both Faculty and Students LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: Row One — Bill Florence, Bob Florence, Sam Singleton, Steve Johns. Row Two — Joyce England, Kathy Jepsen, Mary Hare, Laurie Cox, Sandy Stephens, Janet Pascal, Linda Hevlin, Michelle Peterson, Lee Worster, Linda Wilson, Mary Ann Ebner. Not pictured: Gail Bowman, Don Holmes, and Karl Butler. Aiding both the librarians and students is Library Assistants main job. They spend their free period shelving books, checking books in and out, filing, and keeping books in good condition. Mrs. Phyllis Sellers is sponsor. Collecting and sorting absence slips, running errands, typing, answering the telephone, and writing messages are a few of the many duties Office Assistants perform. Miss Marge Overholser and Mrs. Ruth Eason are sponsors. Office Assistants Prove Efficient OFFICE ASSISTANTS: Row One — Debbie Pfannenstiel, Pam Eakins, LuAnna Russell, Diane Cooper, Debbie Warren, Chris Swink. Row Two — Marge Overholser, Jorja Stout, Barbara Patterson, Pam Upchurch, Traci Isenberger, Marlene Rife, Ruth Eason. Row Three — Norma Perry, Suzanne Manning, Brenda Walters, Sue Weaver, Betty Hoffman. —100— Nurse ' s Assistants Aid Students NURSES ASSISTANTS: Row One — Rose Green, Marsha Hayes, Beuloh Fjelde, Chris Conn, Kathy Sparks, Debbie Russell. The nurse ' s assistants aid Mrs. Beulah Fjelde by making out and filing new health cards, checking ill students into the office, and keeping a record of students leaving for medical appointments. Chscking student passes, instructing visitors to their destination, and keeping peace and quiet in the halls during classtime are the duties of the monitors. They also keep order in the student center and lunch- room. Monitors Check Passes and Guide Guests MONITORS: Row One — Becky Allen, Sharron Allen, Mara Abolins, Sue Fisher, Dorothy Shaeffer, Elaine Hare, Bill Marshall, Don Lusk. Row Two — Joe Jackson, Kelly Evans, Lonnie Rollen, Jon McDonald, Fred Miller, John Phipps, Jim Miller, Judy Borwick, Marty Green. Row Three — Richard Keith, Chuck Wallace, Chuck Quick, Jeff Thompson, Jim Lamb, Barry Fisher, Bob Lawson, Rob Garver. Row Four — Jeff Plymesser, Jeff Goebel, Russ Underwood, Chuck Freeman, Al Thomas, Don Massman, Gene Miller, Bud Griffin, Jeff Mittag, Marty Smith. — 101 — Audio-Visual Serves Students and Faculty AUDIO-VISUAL: Row One — Guy Nelson, Hugh Wright, Don Lusk, Dave Erickson, Steve Colton, Steve Bayles. Row Two — John Rieff, Guy Powell, Ken Webb, Greg Clark, Grant Schwartz, Milton Rhiner, Steve Brown, Duane Wachter. Row Three — Jody McCombs, Eleanor Blanks. The Audio-Visual committee runs the movie projectors for assemblies, in classrooms, and special pro- grams. They also deliver and pick up the equipment to and from classrooms. Mrs. Jody McCombs and Mrs. Eleanor Blanks are faculty sponsors. Selling pop, potato chips, candy, and other snacks to both the students and faculty is the main duty of the Concessions Committee. The stand is open both before and after school, during lunch hours, and other events. The students are all volunteers, and are headed by Coach Dick Camp. Concession Committee Serves Students of NHS CONCESSIONS COMMITTEE: Row One — Debbie Hohl, Mono Trout, Nancy Sparks, Kathy Sparks, Marcia Kerns, Karen Hunt —102— Girl Timers Assist Swimming Team Timing swimmers with stop watches and recording their time on cards are Timers main duties. This year ' s president was Janet Herrold with Harry Mortensen as faculty sponsor. Distributive education students receive training and instruction in classroom for careers in wholesaling, retailing, and service establishments. In the morning they attend regular classes and work at respective places of business in the afternoon. Sam Treichler is faculty sponsor. DECA Trains Students for Business Careers D.E.C.A.: Row One— Bill McDonald, Bette Walker, Becky Schmitz, Don Holmes, John Dougherty. Row Two — Chuck Fisher, Gary Brown, Steve Brom- mel, Mike Bougher, Richard Cobb, Mike Anderson, Sam Treichler. — 103— Athletics Athletics plays an important role in the life of a student. The particular game is exciting, but the result even more excit- ing. Teamwork, cooperation, and sports- manship are the real rewards of the game, not just the final score. These are the essentials needed to compose the true athlete. Unless the athlete applies these traits to every day life, a future cannot be made. — 105— FOOTBALL 1969 pQl R BEARS DON LUSK Co-Captain MARTY SMITH Co-Captain All-City First Team All-S1ate Fourth Team Head Coach Camp discusses a last minute play with quarterback Kelly Evans as the Bears stalled the Riders 6-6. A winning football season is not all that makes a team great. North is proud of its Polar Bears, win or lose. We are also equally proud of those individuals who strive for excellence in their respective positions on the team and gain recognition by being selected for either All-State or All-City. CHUCK FREEMAN BILL FLORENCE BOB FLORENCE All-City Honorable All-City Honorable All-City Honorable Mention Mention Mention jon Mcdonald All-City Honorable Mention FRED MILLER All-City Honorable Mention Pat Snodgrass Award BILL ROLLISON All-City First Team All-State Honorable Mention JACK WELCH All-City Honorable Mention —106— Bears Slow Dowling Attack Head Coach Dick Camp, Gary Taylor, Gayle Burgett. To have an excellent football team there are certain qualities a team must have before they can be expected to win. This year the Polar Bears proved they had what it takes to call a football team great, despite its losses. They first opened the season by tromping the St. Albert ' s team of Council Bluffs, 32-8. A dazzling performance was put on by both the offensive and defensive teams. The game of the season came when the Bears met up with the No. 1 team, Dowling. They had previously been averaging 38 points per game, but the defense of the Polar Bears put on a sparkling performance to hold the Maroons at 12. Top Row: Ken Brewer, Neil Brown, Karl Butler, Mike Carter, Greg Clark, Brent Cox. Bottom Row: Robert Cram, Larry Davis, Bill Ells- worth, Kelly Evans, Rob Garver, Ron Lewis. — 107— Tow Row: Dean Jurgensen, Randy Kanis, Gary McClanahan, Don Massman, Gene Miller. Bottom Row: Jchn Phipps, Guy Powell, Ted Prine, Rodney Price, Ron Ramsey. The awesome offense of the Bears prepares to avenge previous losses in the Roosevelt game. — 108— Bears End Season Fifth in City Mud, rain and a score of 0-0 were the scenes that typified the North-Valley game. North North North North North North North North 32 40 6 6 6 21 0 0 St. Albert ' s Tech East Dow ling Roosevelt Lincoln Hoover Valley 8 6 8 12 6 7 6 0 Top Row: Barry Jackson, Jim Jackson. Bottom Row: Fred Paschall. — 109— Quarterback Kelly Evans eludes the Hoover defense with his outstanding form. PI 1 actf d I fc?f t maim 1 u BEAtf IB Top Row: Milt Rhiner, John Silk, Sam Singleton, John Stone, Ray Lorenz. Bottom Row: Bud Griffin, Dave Huston, Lon- nie Rollen. Absent: Lorenzo Clark. — 1 10— Sophs Learn and Gain Experience [ Front Row: Clark Jenkins, John Quinn, Vernon Bundy, Fred Brewton, Dave Welton, Jeff Goebel Second Row: Mike Jacobi, Wayne Watley, Chuck Green, Ron Welch, Bob Jackscn, Mark Perkins. Third Row: Craig Hansen, Joe Crosswhite, Bill Reese, Mat Brown, Stacy Fales, Mark Battles. Back Row: Coach Jotzke, Larry Minks, Jeff Ply- messer, Rick Dobbins, Tom Moore, Coach Peterson. Absent: Mike Gaskin. To most people of any high school, the sophomore football teams are considered to be the least important. But few realize that it will be the sophomore team that will take over the Varsity position in a few months. The sophomore team needs the support of the entire student body in order to have superior morale. Although the sophomore team was not a completely victorious team, they did demon- strate that they had what it takes to comprise a good football squad. Under the very able coaching of Gary Jotzke and Ron Peterson the sophs scored a record of wins against teams of Tech 36-0, and an opening win against the team from Saydel, 13-7. They ended the sea- son 2-6 overall. Sophomores listen intently as Coach Jotzke gives pep talk. Cubs gain experience against the rugged Metro team from Lincoln. Sophs End Season 2-6 1969 Cross Country Team Front Row: William Lee, Warren Peterson, John Manning, Pat Hampe, Ray Quinn. Middle Row: Harry Ritter, John Doherty, Darryl Sundell, Don Brown, Dallos Smith. Top Row: Mark Milton, Rick Pepper, Jeff Smith, Coach Ken Whitney. CROSS COUNTRY SCOREBOARD North 1 1 Tech 10 North 10 Dow ling 1 1 North 6 East 15 North 16 Roosevelt 9 North 16 Lincoln 9 North 16 Valley 9 Mike Augustine Invitational tie for 5th North State Mile Team 7th in Class AAAA This year the Varsity squad consisted of Pat Hampe, Captain; John Manning, Ray Quinn, William Lee, and Victor Carson. This team scored a record 4 wins and 2 losses. In the Mike Augustine Invitational the team managed to finish 5th. In the State Mile Meet the North Team finished 7th in the Class AAAA. Although the Varsity Team ran at most of the meets, the reserves played an important role throughout the entire season. The reserves are Warren Peter- son, Kevan Bolden, absent from picture; Harry Ritter, Roger Colton, Victor Hawthorne, Don Brown and Dallas Smith. — 113— BILL FLORENCE Guard No. 44 Co-Captain All-City Honorable Mention The cagers, coached by James Lyle and Ken Whitney, brought many honors and fame to North this past season. Combining the talents of Bob Florence and a well-balanced team, accounted for the 1 10 points scored in the Tech game. A new record high game was set against Tech and also a city record of 58 points was pumped in by Bob Florence in this game. The Polar Bears upheld the No. 3 position in the state by gaining 14 straight victories, but a loss to Lincoln and Hoover pushed the Bears down 7 notches to a No. 10 position. The cagers then volleyed positions through- out the season placing as high as third and as low as fifteenth and ended on the final poll in tenth place. 1970 HEAD COACH JAMES LYLE VARSITY BASKETBALL Ankeny 60 North 73 Nevada 72 North 99 Tech 59 North 89 East 64 North 80 Dowling 61 North 82 Roosevelt 85 North 101 Lincoln 76 North 90 Hoover 70 North 71 Marshalltown 68 North 72 Valley 72 North 86 — 114— Basketball Tech 66 North 110 East 65 North 71 Dow ling 65 North 73 Roosevelt 64 North 76 Lincoln 71 North 70 Hoover 65 North 58 Valley 69 North 78 Newton 75 North 66 District Ankeny 77 North 79 Newton 63 North 59 GRANT SCHWARTZ Forward No. 22 All-City Honorable Mention ASST. COACH KEN WHITNEY CHUCK FREEMAN Center No. 53 All City Second Team All State Honorable Mention Co-Captain LONNIE ROLLEN Guard No. 14 The Cagers demonstrated their fast break, accuracy, and team work throughout the year by leading North into sole ownership of the Metropolitan race during the first half of the season. Smashing Hoover in a battle that raged on in two overtimes and sent North soaring to the top with a 71-70 decisive victory. Within weeks though, a well bal anced attack led by Lincoln brought the Bears down with a 71-70 victory, tying the Metro race once more. Hoover and North clashed one last time, but the results were not quite the same as their last meet- ing as Hoover gained possession of the city title. The Polar Bears finished their fine season with a 15-3 record and second place in the Metro- politan Conference. —115— Second In Metro Race 10th on Final Poll — 116— Bob Florence, during his last three years at North, has accomplished more feats and broken more basketball records than any North athlete. Bob is the proud possessor of every school record such as, high game and season and three year total. He marks only the fourth player in the history of Des Moines to go over the 1,000 mark and is second on the all time list with 1 ,330 points. Completing his great record breaking sea- son, Bob pumped 58 points against Tech to obtain sole ownership of the city high game record, and also holds the highest average ever of a Des Moines player. Being the Top AA scorer in the state and holding his 33 point average explains why Bob has been chosen unanimous All City First Team for the last two years, First Team All State and Coaches and Athletes All America Honorable Mention. Bob also received the SI Award of Merit Trophy from Sports Illustrated for appearing in the " Faces in the Crowd " section of their March 23 issue. Bob Florence has left his mark in the record books and in the memories of all North sports fans. Florence Heads All-State and City Teams BUD GRIFFIN Guard No. 20 — 117— Chuck Freeman, Bill Florence Named Co-Captains -118- Cubs Win Metro Conference Front Row: Mark Battles, Rick Pepper, Dallas Smith, Ron Welch, Maurice Bruce, Chuck Berg, Mark Perkins. Back Row: Stacey Fales, Wayne Watley, Tom Slater, Richard Grant, Bruce Catterson, Terry Henson, Roger Colton, Kevin Bolden, Chuck Green, Vernon Bundy, Mike Williams, Manager. Ron Welch takes advantage of a fast break for on eosy layup. The sophomore squad provided North with a City Championship and one of the best teams seen in the last 20 years. Together with a tight defense and high scoring offense, the Cubs now hold such records as most points scored in a game and season; most rebounds in a game and season. Ron Welch led all scorers and set his own mark, as h? broke the high game record with 38 points. Ron also averaged 25 points a game and a season total of 379 points to top all previous records. New sophomore Coach Dick Camp brought his Cubs to a 15-3 season, with only one loss in the Conference to second place Lincoln. Sophs End Exciting Season With 15-3 Record Sophomore Scoreboard A n L " o r i r 1 lfvci ly o u INUI III S7 Tprh SI INUI IN o LaST o o iNorr n 7? 1 1 A 1 1 K " N uowi i ng HO iNorrn 7 1 Roosevelt O iNorrn 70 U Li ncol n Do iNorrn DD Hoover 61 North —J A 74 Marshalltown 59 North 81 Valley 48 North 79 Tech 54 North 63 Dowling 59 North 71 East 56 North 73 Roosevelt 59 North 68 Hoover 41 North 44 Valley 51 North 55 Newton 62 North 44 Richard Grant tops a Valley Player giving North control of the ball. New Sophomore Head Coach Dick Camp prepares the Cubs for another of their many wins. — 120 — Junior Varsity Scoreboard Tech 59 North 89 East 64 North 49 Hoover 123 North 62 Valley 71 North 73 Newton 80 North 57 Tankers Have Disappointing Season Marshalltown 69 North 26 Lincoln 73 North 22 Hoover 80 North 15 Dow ling 15 North 79 Tech 39 North 56 Boone 68 North 26 Valley 52 North 43 Ames 50 North 45 Roosevelt 56 North 39 East 44 North 51 Metro-Conference 5th Place District 8th Place State 27th Place Mike Morse practices his start just before the state meet. Awards Outstanding Swimmer Russ Underwood Most Valuable Swimmer Bob Lawson Most Improved Senior Mike Morse Most Improved Junior Louis Danes Most Promising Junior Steve Nichols Most Promising Sophomore Reggie Lewis Fred Brewton Steve Nichols works hard for a first place in the 100 yd. butterfly. Reggie Lewis shows determination and ability during a dive in the District Meet. Only Six Qualify For State Meet! Front Row: Bob Lawson, Russ Underwood, Rick Bowlsby, Ken Webb, Tim McDonald, Mike Morse. Middle Row: Terry Hall, John McLeran, Howard Hcrwthorne, John Blomquist, Lou Danes, Steve Nichols, Ray Day. Back Row: Coach Dan Paulson, Reggie Lewis, Bill Reese, Steve Johns, John Rieff, Fred Brewton, Steve Baker, Mika Lazdins, Coach Bob Lawson. The 1969-70 swimming team was short on experience but had plenty of desire win- ning 3 of 1 0 meets. The team finished fifth in the Confer- ence, 8th in the district, and had 6 qualify for the state meet. The squad this year was very small but this did not stop them from working hard. The tankers set two records this year in Russ Underwood and Steve Nichols, and turned in many other fine performances by Mike Morse, Fred Brewton and Bob Lawson. This is Robert Lawson ' s second year as head coach and is looking forward to a good season next year as many swimmers, includ- ing Lou Danes, John Blomquist, and John Rieff will be returning. Russ Underwood turns on the steam and sets a new school record of 1 :08.0 in the breaststroke against Dowling. — 122— Welch Reigns As State Champion! Individualism was the key to the success of the wrestling team this year. Turning in a 3 win, 3 loss, and 1 tie record in the Metro- Conference and a 3 win, 5 loss, 1 tie record overall were the results of hard work and training of all the grapplers. NHS had four exceptional wrestlers this year in J. C. Welch, Don Massman, Marty Smith, and Mike Carter. Together these four men compiled a 95 wins, 17 losses, and 2 ties record. Even though Massman and Carter were not as fortunate as Welch and Smith in the state meet, they did do an excellent job during the season. Other outstanding performances were turned in by Steve Hollingsworth, Jeff Dilling, Roland Moore, and Frank Wong, all of whom will be returning next year. Head Coach Tom Lutz in his third year at this capacity is looking forward to a fine and exciting season next year. Coach Lutz shouts instructions during the Valley meet. Front Row: Coach Tom Lutz Jeff Dilling, Frank Wong, Marvene Ackiss, Jerry Jackson, Roland Moore, Ray Quinn, Mike Carter, Jack Welch, Don Massmon, Marty Smith, Coach Gayle Burgett. Back Row: Bob Jackson, Harold Morrow, Gary Kallonsrud, Roy Hart, Jeff Plymesser, John Man- ning, Mat Brown, Mike Guidicessi, Joe Crosswhite, John Quinn, Steve Short. — 123— Wrestling Provides Excitement! Marty Smith gets ready to wrestle Charlie Stepp of Lincoln on his way to the district meet. Marty finished fourth in the State Meet with 26 wins, 3 losses and 1 tie record. Jack Welch works hard to get a pin on his way to the state meet. Jack finished with a 30 win, 0 loss record and was the first wrestler from North to become State Cham- pion at 155 lbs. Jack defeated Clarke Beltz of Cedar Rapids Jefferson in the final round of the State Meet by a score of 2 to 1 . Mike Carter reaches for a take down against his opponent from Valley in the last dual meet of the season. Mike finished with a 19 and 10 record and was runner-up in the district meet but lost out in the first round of the State Meet to Sy Bassett of Cedar Rapids Washingon High School 3 to 0. —124— Girl Swimmers Lack Experience! Front Row: Becky Fuller, Marianne McDermott, Connie Roberts, Pat Moberly, Jeri Clark Lisa Simonsen, Sue Buwalda, Sue Leveke, Sue Vosburg. Back Row: Debbie Howard, The girls swim team in its second year of competitive swimming at North had its ups and downs. Because the squad was extremely small, all the girls had to work harder to achieve victories for the team. Under the coaching of Miss Louise Mc- Caughan the team sent Connie Roberts to the state meet in the 50 yd. freestyle and 100 yd. freestyle where she finished 10th in the 50 and 12th in the 100. The team is looking forward to an exciting season next year with several girls returning including Connie Roberts, Mari Ann McDer- mott, and Pat Moberly. Lisa Simonsen practices her dive just before a meet. — 125— Boys Led by Morrow and Frantz; Girls Gain Experience BOYS ' VARSITY TENNIS TEAM, Front Row: Tim McDonald, John Silk, John Phipps, Greg Clark. Back Row: Harold Morrow, Rick Titts- worth, Mark Milton, Dave Frantz. GIRLS ' VARSITY TENNIS, Front Row: Karen Hunter, Marcia Kerns, Lynda Meadows, Janey Hooper. Back Row: Jeanne Ancell, Randi Wickliff, Linda Hevlin, Beth Darner, Nancie Lavine. — 126— Displaying his form and technique is Dave Frantz number 2 tennis player. Both the boys and girls teams are off to a fine start. With five victories under their belts the boys won four meets without giving up a single team point. Leading the pack as number 1 is sophomore Harold Morrow. Harold has thus far had a fine season and will certainly improve through the rugged city competition. Following Harold is Dave Frantz with much improved play over that of last year. Adding to team strength with fine individual efforts have been Mark Milton and Greg Clark. Nancie Lavine earned the top position for the girls team with fine backhand and fore- hand strokes. Holding a strong number 2 spot, Randi Wickliff makes for rough competition. Other standouts are Janey Hooper, Beth Darner and Linda Hevlin. At the helm again this year is John Brindley now in his third season. Teaming up doubles competition are Nancy Lavine and Linda Hevlin. Duffers Have Fine Start On Season — 128— Sharing the spotlight for top honors in golf this year has been Jim Donovan and Jeff Smith for the boys and Debbie Sawhill and Sally Jugenheimer for the girls. Jim Donovan and Jeff Smith, both sopho- mores, have repeatedly shared medalist honors for their fine performance in scoring. Jim ' s biggest asset is in his driving and the strength of Jeff Smith is in his fine chipping and putt- ing abilities. Other power players of the team are Gene Miller and Russ Darr. Along with Debbie and Sally, Kathy Sparks and Kathy Alexander participated in the rough girls competition. Harry Mortensen was once again head coach. Debbie Sawhill seen sharpening her putting skills. GIRLS 1 GOLF TEAM: Coach Harry Mortenson, Kathy Alexander, Debbie Sawhill, Sally Jugenheimer, Michelle Peterson, Judy Boiler, Janet Crowell. — 129— Track Season Highlighted by Record Tie in Drake Relays Springing out of the starting blocks, Victor Carson unleashes a reserve of power. Determination and strength are seen in the face a arms of Ron Welch. Brent Cox, North ' s top discus hurler, in action. Pat Hampe opening his usual commanding lead. —130— VARSITY TRACK, Front Row: Milton Rhiner, Gary McLanohan, William Lee, Brent Cox, John Manning, Pot Hampe, Victor Carson, Mike Williams. Row 2: Joe Jackson, Ivan Gray, Ray Quinn, Mike Gaskins, Steve Nichols, Ron Welch, Tracy Brandt, Dallas Smith, Coach Ken Whitney. Row 3: Deon Kness. Roland Moore, Fred Brewton, John Doherty, Craig Brown, Jon McDonald, Bob Parker. Row 4: Daryle Brewer, Rodney Price, Deon Jurgensen, Kevin Bolden, Ken Brewer, Roy Paschall, Jeff Plymesser. Thus far the track team has been highlighted by the remarkable performance of Pat Hampe and the sprint medley relay by placing first at the Drake Relays and tying of the record at 3:32 .4. As anchor of the relay, Pat took the baton in sixth place and jack- rabbitted to first with an amazing 1:54 leg. Running with Pat were Victor Carson, Raydell Quinn and Reggie Davis. Ken Whitney is head coach with James Lyle and Gary Taylor as his assistants. Batmen High in Contention for City Crown This year begins the second season of the new summer baseball program with a new expanded schedule reaching into the tail-end of the school year. The team will show good ability and rugged play as they should prove to be a top contender in city competition. The squad will once again be headed by William Funte looking for his first Metro-Conference Cham- pionship in six years. Assisting Coach Funte this year will be Frank Calhoun. RETURNING BASEBALL LETTERMEN, Front Row: Bill Rollison, Som Singleton, John Silk, Bill Wheeler. Row 2: Robbie Garver, Guy Powell, Earl Parsons, Gene Miller, Bud Griffin. Absent: Brent Cox. — 131 — Talent " Within These Walls Lies The Future " The Future in careers such as dramatics, music and journalism. Activities in these fields provide a chance for the students to exercise and develop their special tal- ents which will help them in future ca- reers. The activities themselves may be forgotten but the self achievements will long be remembered. 133— Terry Cassady Heads Fall Oracle Staff The North High Oracle requires many hours of hard work. This work involves page planning, writing, pasting, proof- reading, and meeting deadlines. Under the direction of Walter Barnett, Terry Cassady, Editor, and the entire staff put out many fine Oracles the first semester. TERRY CASSADY Editor-in-Chief Jaydee Sommers Page Editor Distributing Editor Becky Wilson Mailing Distributing Editor Bob Lees Photographer Gary Bowdre Advertising Manager Rose Camp Assistant Advertising Manager Mary Kay Alexander Assistant Editor Dolores Bayles Assistant Advertising Manager Pam Boylan Assistant Advertising Manager Not Pictured Chris Meltvedt Assistant Advertising Manager -134- Spring Oracle Edited By Diane Stewart Much hard work was also put into The North High Oracle the spring semester. With the assistance of a fine Journalism I class, the spring staff, headed by Diane Stew- art, also issued many interesting Oracles. DIANE STEWART Editor-in-Chief Tim McDonald Nancy McCrea Jeff Mittag Photographer Advertising Manager Mailing Distributing Editor Not Pictured — Jim Day, Advertising Assistant — Tom Olney, Mail Distributing — 135— Yearbook Summarizes 1970 School Year " Within These Walls Lies the Future, " was the theme of the 1970 Polar Bear, co- edited by Terry Cassady and Jan Hughes. The yearbook serves the students as a resume of the 1970 school year bringing back many memories. The 1970 Polar Bear Staff would like to express their gratitude to all who helped make the yearbook possible. Terry Cassady Co-Editor Jan Hughes Co-Editor Sandy Stephens Assistant Editor Talent Section Kathy Olmstead Assistant Editor Talent Section Pam Boylan Senior Section Dolores Bayles Senior Section Sue Fisher Sports Editor Bill Ellsworth Assistant Sports Editor Bob Lawson Assistant Sports Editor Craig Haynes Assistant Sports Editor Joan Bair Advertising Manager Gloria Reeck Advertising Manager Rose Camp Advertising Manager Mary Kay Alexander Organizations Maria German Organizations Jaydee Sommers Student Life Becky Wilson Student Life Gary Bowdre Faculty and Administration Kathy Ostrem Faculty and Administration Bob Lees Head Photographer Tim McDonald Assistant Photographer —136— Quill and Scroll Inducts Twenty-three Journalists First Row: Kathy Ostrem, Pam Boylan, Terry Cassady, Dolores Bayles, and Sue Fisher. Second Row: Diane Stewart, Mary Kay Alexander, Gary Bowdre, Kathy Olmstead, Sandy Stephens, and Jan Hughes. Third Row: Craig Haynes, Joyce Brewton, Earl Parsons, Maria German, and Gloria Reeck. Fourth Row: Don Lusk, Victor Hawthorne, Greg Clark, Bob Lees, and Jaydee Sommers. Not Pictured: Joan Bair and Becky Wilson. Quill and Scroll, International Honorary Society for High School Journalists, consists of students who have done outstanding work in journalism. These twenty-three members are either in the upper third of their class or were on the honor roll for thai " semester. Bookkeepers Aid Oracle Staff The Oracle bookkeepers kept records of all business transactions of the Oracle throughout the year. A great thanks is due Miss Phyllis Phoenix as advisor and her assistants Michele Nelson and Vicki Jones. Vicki Jones, Miss Phoenix, and Michele Nelson working on Oracle books. — 137— Students Assist In Band Routines Mike Burgher, Drum Major Student leaders assisting Karl Killinger in routines are Mike Burgher, Drum Major; Sandy Griffin, Kadet Colonel; Marcy Mumford, Assistant Colonel; and Flag Captain, Diane Kal- wishky. These students helped to lead this year ' s band and make its performances most enjoyable. — 138— Kadets Perform Throughout The Year SENIOR KADETS — Row One: Sandy Griffin, Elaine Hare, Sue Appell, Pom Boylan, and Mara Abolins. Row Two: Christina Pryor, Randi Wickliff, Marcy Mumford, Terry Cassady, and Deanna Gilliam. Row Three: Diane Stewart, Kathy Olmstead, Chris Priebe, Sandy Stephens, and Debbie Goetz. The North High Kadets added beauty and grace to th2 band as they performed at football and basketball games this last season. Performing in the Drake Relays Parade, Veishea, and Armed Forces Day Parade is another part of being involved in the North High Band. All Kadets are chosen by a panel of judges on their ability to march, their appearance, poise, and drill facings. JUNIOR KADETS — Row One: Judy Heuss, Kenrie Reeves, Teri Sheldon, Sue Voegtlin. Row Two: Margie Frank, Camie Moran, Jodi Reynolds, Kathy Diehl, Carol Swanson, and Rhonda Anderson. Row Three: Miriam Jameson, Sherry Buhrmaster, Annette Bobenhouse, and Sandi Wickliff. — 139— Flags and Majorettes Add Beauty to Band Row 1: Volerie Ellston, Diane Kalwishky, Jean Swoboda. Row 2: Elaine John- son, Sharon Buwaldc, Diane Porter, Debbie Fox. A group of seven flag twirlers and two majorettes were an important part of the North High Marching band this year as they performed at football and basketball half-times. Twirling routines were composed by flag captain, Diane Kalwisky, and for majorettes by captain, Debbie Larson. These accompanied marching routines by Karl Killingar, band director. Rope Jumpers Uphold Tradition The skill and ability of the North High Rope Jumpers has continued the tradition of the team. This year ' s team performed at Williamsburg, Iowa for a Chamber of Commerce meeting which was open to the public, at the North v. Marshalltown game, the North v. Hoover game, the Trailer Club, the Pep Club Tea, at War- ren Harding Y-Teens, and at the Grand- view v. Ellsworth basketball game. Co-captains Nancie Lavine and Mary Ellen Klaver were responsible for all routines. New routines were tried such as forming an " N " and a " V. " First Row: Sandy Henry, Mary Ellen Klaver, and Debbie Christian. Second Row: Lois Dunahoo, Jean Young, Nancie Lavine and Pam Bobenhouse. This year the North High Rope Jumpers did an act with fluorescent lights during halftime of the sopho- more North v. Hoover game. The ropes were painted with fluorescent paint. When the gym lights were turned off and the fluorescent lights on, the ropes and the girls ' white uniforms glowed, which proved to be very impressive. —141 — The North High Band First row: Gail Bowman, Diana Wright, Anita Krause, Kathy Fenimore, and Kathy Johnson. Second row: Sandy Henry, Rick Bowlsby, Debra Potter, Sandy Gilliland, Earl Parsons, Sue Forsyth, Kayla Ward, Keith Fuson, and April McDonald. Third row: Dave Jessen, Bev Henry, Kim Bendixen, Sandy Parsons, Terry Henson, Carole Gilliland, Lindo Hevlin, Grant Schwartz, Cheryl Hunnell, and Lee Worster. Fourth row: Karl Killinger, John Mohler, Marty Johnson, Barb Willson, Jean Young, Nancie Lavine, Lois Dunohoo, Irene Coll, David Hearn, Robert Parker, Tom Shepard, and Kent Taylor. The North High band, under the direction of Karl Killinger, provided many half-time shows during the football season. The band also played at pep assemblies, basketball games, and pa- rades. North was honored by the presence of John Mohler, one of the nation ' s finest clarinet soloists, at the 1970 North Des Moines Band Festival held March 13. All of the band ' s hard work has proved to be successful in this year ' s performances. John Mohler, guest soloist at the Ninth Annual North Band Festival. — 142— Enjoys Eventful Year 2 First Row: Jeannine Peterson, Shauno Bishop, Barbara Johnson, Mary Ellen Klaver, and Craig Haynes. Second Row: Bill Beswick Roger Colton r S xA rS! " " n °! ob . erl V ' , Lauri " ° i ke } De borah Lewis, Janell Peters, Karen Moore, and Jane Schlaser. Third Row: Terry Hall, Steve Baker ' Gay McDonald, Rick Knutson, Lorry Hudnall, Mike Burgher, Sally Jugenheimer, Tim McDonald, Dave McPherson, Ann Ligour. and Mark Satre Fourth Row: Roy Pascholl, Bruce Catterson, Hugh Wright, Bob Warrick, Bob Lees, Dennis Hall, Rick Tittsworth, and Ron Ramsey. Not Pictured: ' Patrice Kubino. Stage Band Performs In Festivals The North High Stage Band had a busy year performing in the Central Iowa Band Director ' s Stage Band Festival, the University of Northern Iowa Stage Band Festival, and the North Des Moines Band Festival. These select members are chosen for their outstanding ability. First Row: Craig Haynes, Mark Satre, Mike Burgher, Dove McPherson, Tim McDonald, and Gail Bowman. Second Row: Randi Wickliff Sandy Parsons, Bob Parker, Larry Hudnall, ond Rick Bowlsby. Third Row: Bob Lees, Cheryl Hunnell, Grant Schwortz, Linda Hevlin, Terry Hall, and Gay McDonald. — 143- Cheerleaders Show Enthusiasm First Row: Jan Hughes and Joyce Brewton. Second Row: Karen Faust, Paula Etter and Jeonne Ancell. Third Row: Dorothy Shaeffer and Kathy Parsons. Cheerleading captains this year were Janey Hooper and Karen Faust, Varsity Squad, and Rhonda Vecchi, Swimming and Wrestling Squad. The cheerleaders are selected on their performance in coordination, their enthusiasm, poise, and voice by a panel of eight judges. Front: Dolores Bayles. Back: Jan Cate, Rhonda Vecchi and Melodee Mundell. — 144— 70 Was the Year for Spirit With an abundance of pep and enthusiasm, the North High cheerleaders inspired pep and school spirit in the students of North. Performing at football and basketball games, swimming and wrestling meets, and at assemblies, the cheerlead- ers also decorated the varsity locker room, made signs, and sponsored a bus to the North v. New- ton basketball game. Front Row: Janey Hooper, Mary Kay Alexander and Judy Borwick. Second Row: Terri McCombs and Kathie labors. Bock Row: Bonny Woody. Swimming and wrestling cheerleaders at a wrestling meet with Coach Tom Lutz ' s daughter. — 145— Take Her She s Mine ' Presented By Thespians CAST The Principal Dana Brodeen Mollie Michaelson Kathie Sailors Frank Michaelson Jim Hummer Anne Michaelson Cynthia Faulkner Liz Michaelson Elaine Johnson Airline Clerk Janyce Young Emmett Mike Burgher Adele McDougall Gail Bowman Sarah Walker Sharon Buwalda Donn Bowdry Randy Kuhlenbeck 1st Freshman Bob Warrick 2nd Freshman Tony Cosenza Richard Gluck Steve Adams Alfred Greiffinger Bob Cooper Alex Loomis Grant Schwartz Mr. Whitmyer Keith Klemme Linda Lehman Mary Queener Clancy Bob Sadler Mr. Hibbetts Marty Johnson Portraying father and daughter are Jim Hummer and Kathie Sailors. Phoebe and Henry Ephion ' s " Take Her, She ' s Mine, " was produced under the direction of student Thespian officers Christie Priebe and Diane Kalwishky, February 28. The story portrays the life of a young girl preparing for college and what she enc ounters upon reaching this goal. John Thompson, dramatics teacher, sponsored the Thespian play. Enjoying an evening out are, seated: Grant Schwartz as Alex, and Kothie Sailors as Mollie; dancing are Gail Bowman as Adele, ond Randy Kuhlenbeck os Donn. —146— Priebe and Cooper Head ' Ondine ' ONDINE — PLAY PRACTICE, Sitting: Diane Kolwishky, Gail Bowman, Bob Sadler, Bob Cooper Standing: Don Holmes, and Chris Priebe. Christie Priebe and Bob Cooper, portraying Ondine and Hans, had the lead in the first play presented this year entitled " Ondine. " a French romantic fantasy. John Thompson, drama instructor and producer of " Ondine, " was assisted by students Sharon Buwalda and Kathie Sailors. Ondine Cast List Ondine Christie Priebe Hans Bob Cooper Auguste Don Holmes Eugenie Gail Bowman Bertha Diane Kalwishky Bertram Greg Kuhlman The Old One, Second Fisher- man, Illusionist Robert Sadler Martho and the Executioner Marty Johnson Lord Chamberlain Don Brown Superintendent of the Theater Griff Reese Trainer of Seals Bob Johansen Violante Stacy Taylor Angelique Debbie Fox The Lord Grant Schwartz The Lady Mary Queener The King Keith Klemme The Servant Mike Burgher First Fisherman Steve Freeman First Judge Alfred Thomas Second Judge Cyndy Erickson Salambo Maria German Kitchen Maid Pat Faulkner Ondines (Water Nymphs) - Linda McCarty, Sue Vosberg, Terry Cassady, Pat Faulkner, Linda Starkovich, Casey Nossaman, and Maria German ' Night Must Fall ' Presented As Spring Play " Night Must Fall, " which took place in England, was presented April 23, 24, and 25. The play focused around sev- eral mysterious murders and suspicion as to who the murderer was. The members of the cast were Christie Priebe, Debbie Lewis, Jaynce Young, Donna Ellis, Diane Kalwishky, Bob Sadler, Jim Hum- mer, and Bob Cooper. Practicing the spring play are Christie Priebe, Bob Cooper, Diane Kalwishky, and Bob Sadler. —147— Beanni Vanni Heads Dolphin Club With hard work and long practices the synchronized swimmers of North have achieved an excellent club. The officers this year were: Beanni Vanni, president; Linda Starkovich, vice-president; Linda Hevlin, secre- tary; and Barb Willson, treasurer. Practices began earlier than usual this year due to the early performance of the annual Dolphin Show. This year Ann Salkiewicz was given the honor of being chosen as Dolphin Queen. Officers Barb Willson, Beanni Vanni, Linda Starkovich, Linda Hevlin. Dolphins practicing ballet leg. Channel H O Presented By Dolphins Television programs were the basis of the annual North High Dol- phin Show presented November 13-15. The Club organized the whole show including devising all the rou- tines, obtaining suitable music, and making all their own costumes, un- der the direction of Miss Marilyn Quinn. The Art Department did a most excellent job on the scenery. The Dolphins presented a routine based on music from television pro- grams Astrology games, Romper Room, Beverly Hillbillies, Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Wells Far- go Wagon, Jailbreak, Pink Panther, and the Big Dolphin routine, Here Comes the Brides. Queens Court Front Row: Linda Hevlin. Sue Appell, Ann Salkiewicz, Jane Schlaser, Sue Leveke. Row Two: Jill Sutton, Evelyn Van Dam, Debbie Harmon, Joann Frew, Connie Roberts. Big Dolphin Front Row: Pam Eakins, Gaileen Moore, Kathy Mc- Ccnnell, Mary Jo Morris, Jeannie Hart, Karen Poore. Row Two: Marianne McDer- mott, Connie Worster, Pat Moberly, Diane Bacon, Jo- ann Frew. Row three: Nancy Lavine, Penny Miller, Jill Sutton, Sue Leveke, Debbie Harmon. Not Pictured: Evelyn Van Choir and Glee Clubs Active in Programs CHOIR — Row One: Rick Bowlsby, Bob Cooper, Marty Johnson, Tom Pierick, Griff Reese, Marty Smith, Mike Hildebrand, Guy Nelson, Craig Haynes, and Bill Wells. Row Two: Sue Vosburg, Sue Appell, Velva Colemon, Cheryl Hunnell, Mary Hare, Betty Leong, Angela Leong, Karen Burk, Becky Hicks, Mary Wong, and Venus Colemon. Row Three: Marianne McDermott, Paula Etter, Sue Corrick, Ann Hilliard, Kathy Sailors, and Ellen Bushnell. Row Four: Linda Starkovich, Maria German, Janey Hooper, Judy Frew, Marcia Linn, and Becky Wilson. Row Five: Jo Ann Phoenix, Jane Aswegan, Linda McCarty, Leanna Carson, Kathy Johnson, Cheryl Kelly, Mary Ellen Gibson, and Pat Smith. Not pictured: Becky Hopkins, Karl Butler, Chris Shaw, and Joyce Brewton. The vocal music groups, under the direction of Miss Donna Emmons, have had a busy year. The choir and girls glee both participated in the Christmas pro- gram and the Spring Festival in May. The choir also performed in the Faculty Frolics, Kaleidoscope of Arts, and a PTA meeting in April. GIRLS ' GLEE — Row One: Mary Fazio, Casey Nossaman, Debbie Ellis, Carol Nodland, Sue Vosburg, Linda Starkovich, Velva Colemon, Patty Palmer, Jean Hart, Debbie Dodge, and Terry Fazio. Row Two: Mary Ann Williams, Ellen Bischof, Billie Green, Linda Alexander, Bobbie Milligan, Denise Strome, Cheryl Wages, Kathy Nussbaum, Janey Hooper, Francine Baker, Lu Ann Cottraill, and Debbie Williams. Row Three: Ann Hilliard, Pat Smith, Sheryl McNeley, Rene ' Obrecht, Carol May, Gail Gibson, Dawn Durrette, Jill McCarty, April McDonald, Connie Atkins, Sirpa Kauppila, Leanna Carson, Kathy Diehl, and Connie Beirman. Not pictured: Jenni Dempewolf, Sue Phoenix, Kathie Daniels, Rachel Williams, Cynthia Faulkner, Mary McCarthy, and Candi Gardner. —150— U.N. Trip Attended By Twenty-three Juniors JUNIOR U.N. TRIP — Row One: Rhonda Anderson, Pat Moberly, Kathy Parsons, Jan Cafe, Angela Leong, Becky Hopkins, and Marcia Linn. Row Two: Dave Frantz, Vance Hawthorne, Terri McCombs, Evelyn Van Dom, Sally Jugenheimer, Janet Herrold, Sandi Wickliff. Row Three: David Houston, Don Brown, Robert Cram, Jeanne Ancell, April McDonald, Patrice Rubino, Sirpa Kauppila, and Jim Hummer. Not pictured: Ronnie Lewis, Richard Knutson, John Doherty, Mona Trout, and Connie Worster. A trip to New York and Washington, D.C., was made by 28 juniors during spring vacation. The tour was sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Des Moines. The students were judged on references, an essay and their academic achievement. Outstanding Musicians Merit All State The Iowa High School Music Association chose four North students to participate in All- State Band, orchestra, and chorus. These students were chosen on their musical talent during auditions held last fall. Craig Haynes Gail Bowman All State Orchestra All State Band — 151 — Ads Within These Pages Lies the Sponsors of this book. Without them this publica- tion would not be possible. We would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their support and urge every student to patronize them whenever pos- sible. 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. —154— CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1970 Hy-Vee Food Stores 100% Employee Owned A friendly smile in every aisle 11 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 Joyce Brewton HIGHTOWER Decorated Cakes 3820 Douglas Des Moines, la. Phone 277-4314 Open Noon Til 9 Weekdays S;iltirda 9 to 4 P.M. Wedding Cakes Our Specialty Complete Wedding Consultation by Marian Hightower A Wedding Consultant for Cver 20 Years I Invitations Gift and Guest Books Thank You Notes Personalized Napkins Party Rentals • Wide Assortment of Cake Top Ornaments • Ring Pillows • Flower Baskets • Toasting Glasses • Nut Cups Favors • Cards Wrappings Everything You Need for a Complete Wedding Sold by Camp and Reeck Some people have all the fun Come to Honda Town 1603 Euclid Phone 243-3922 Sold by Diane Stewart — 155— HANES MOTOR CO. General Repairing — All Makes Willard " Bill " Hanes 3703 - 6th Ave. I + Phone 243-2038 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier J ■ + t Phone 288-6704 I MAX HARRIMAN - HAIR STYLIST J OF PARK FAIR 100 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa i Sold by Nancy McCrea and Nancy Levine ! + TERRACE ROLLER RINK Public Skating and Private Parties Call for Schedule 24th and Hickman Phone 279-6395 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier +•- I i I i i KERRY ' S Sandwich Shop and Drive In I 2822 E. 9th Street I + ■ 266-9110 Sold by Jeff MittaR the chippiest chips around! Potato Chips Park Realty Building Contractors and Realtors 607 Douglas ! Phone 282-8313 Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark — 156— i Don ' t be a drip; go to North High. IOWA MACHINERY SUPPLY CO. 1711 Second Ave. 288-0123 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier [ — «t COMPLIMENTS OF AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Department of Iowa I 4.,. Sold by Earl Parsons and Mike Morse I i I I I i + — VICTORIA CLEANERS 541 -6th Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Jeanne Aneell and Judy Holste JESSEN ' S CONVENIENCES MARKET Two Stores j 2622 East 9th 220 East 14th Sold by Jeff Mittag I with " Quality You Can Taste " liiHiniiiimi r -nnoERson ericksoii DAIRY CO. 2229 Hubbell • Des Moines • Phone Collect 265-2521 Sold by Jim Burk — 157— +- i i i i i I I IOWA REPAIR AND EXCHANGE VACUUM AND SEWING CENTER j 410 Euclid Sold by Rose Camp and Gloria Reeck j +- i I i i i i + +•- i i i i l I i CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 70 TRAX OIL COMPANY 2813 -Ml Ave. 1955 Hubbell Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS, FROM LINN S SUPER VALU 3805 Sixth Avenue Sold by Diane Blarney and Mary Simms EKDAHL ' S MARKET Meats - Groceries - Produce I 2210 East 9th Street Phone 266-3643 [ Sold by Jeff Mittag ! . , Des Moines Music House Established 1916 GEORGE WILKINSON, Proprietor EVERYTHING MUSICAL Drums, Band Instruments, Guitars, Ukes, Banjos 814 Walnut 244-4161 Sold by Jim Day +•- I i ! I i i I i BERNIES LOUNGE AND BUFFET 421 East 6th Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kathy Olmstead M Lords Formal Rental - Sales — Open Evenings — In Park Fair Arcade 100 E. Euclid Call 243-8221 + i ! I ■4 1 ! I i 1 ! Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark B0ESEN THE FLORIST Best Blooming Flowers in Town 3 LOCATIONS Downtown — 7th Grand Ingersoll 38th Ingersoll Ave. Beaverdale 3422 Beaver Ave. Sold by Diane Stewart i i ! i SENIOR FLAG RAISING — 1 58 — Congratulations to The Class of ' 70 JOHN ROBERTS STUDIO 1818 Beaver Phone 255-2616 Sold by Kathy Olmstead and Sandy Stephens — 159— ,flK - STREVfffi i I i I I I I i i + BOB and BILLS BARBER SHOP 3602 Second Ave. Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier COUNTRY COBBLER Merle Hay Plaza 276-4166 J Sold by Vic Hawthorne and Karl Butler I + f ■ ■ i i i I | i + Compliments of a Friend Sold by Don Lusk CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 70 HINKY DINKY + — 2710 Ingersoll Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck on (Now Two Stores) Men and Young Men ' s 2721 Beaver 274-3485 Department- Store 2709-11 Beaver 274-1553 Sold by Greg Clark and Tim McDonald When it ' s your turn to choose, Make the right choice. Cljpose Grand View, the ct pice qf °Des Moines graduates. Take a look at what Grand View has to offer: Fully qualified faculty dedicated to academic excellence Small classes with personalized attention Personal guidance on continuing academic program Reasonable tuition Varied extra-curricular activities Outstanding sports program for men and women For further information write: Director of Admissions GRAND VIEW COLLEGE Des Moines, Iowa 50316 New " Arts and Issues " convocation series 25-acre campus with modern classroom facilities, new library, recently-completed residence halls for men and women Fully-accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools Two and three-year programs Tuition aid Make the right choice. Your future depends cn it. — 160— IS THE WORLD GROWING FAST ENOUGH? It depends. Either population is growing too fast or food produc- tion is not growing fast enough. World population may double in 33 years. Does this mean mass starvation? Not if we develop to- day ' s agriculture and harness coming breakthroughs in feeds, fertilizers, farming methods, and machinery. Can the world grow food fast enough? John Deere equipment and dealers will help farmers make the answer to this question " yes. " JOHN DEERE John Deere Des Moines Works Des Moines, Iowa 111 ft s w They took Streyffeler but not the " Shock. " ! I ! I I KEN FOX STANDARD SERVICE i 6th Seneca 243-9945 j , ! Sold by Robert Sadie i Holiday Inn North— 3501 E. 14th 265-2541 Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons + ff after after son AUTO SALES I + ■ +- I 1 ! ! i + WA Al Sold by Jim Day CRESCENT CHEVROLET CO. New Chevy ' s — 555 - 17th Used Cars and Trucks — 12th Locust Downtown Des Moines Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons + i i ■4 -4 i Congratulations to the ' 70 Class Compliments of LINT VAN LINES INC. I I I + i Never Brush LINT off 730 Murphy Call Him Sold by Bill Ellsworth and Bob Lees — 161 — When the Red, Red, Robin Comes A Bob, Bob, Bobin ' Along! i 1 +■ ■• i COMPLIMENTS OF SHERMAN S SUPER VALU 1623 6th Ave. Sold by Don Lusk KNOX CAFE + Sold by Jeff Mittapr I 4 ■ KLEIN ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 6th and Euclid Customer Parking Free in Rear Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck KUCHAROS 613 Locust Merle Hay Shopping Center Sold by Gloria Reeck and Rose Camp I I I KORDICK PLUMBING AND HEATING 4230 - 2nd Avenue Phone 288-8531 Sold by Jeff Mittag Th erm o t tas Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons i ■ i I i i 1 i i i | I ■ i i I — Trails End Mocassins, Fringe Leather Coats 4401 N.E. 14th Street I Phone 265-5265 j I Sold by Patti Lont? and I ' am Eakins j, ■■■■■■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■ MACMILLAN OIL COMPANY, INC. 4306 - 2nd Ave. 283-0632 Gasoline — Fuel Oil — Propane Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons - ■ i Moving - Packing - Storage Hauling Refrigerators a Specialty HIGHLAND PARK CARTAGE CO. 3701 Vi SIXTH AVENUE Norman Swanson Telephone 243-3714 Des Moines, Iowa 50313 Sold by Rose Camp and Gloria Reeck ! J I I I + - i D. E. GATES RADIO REPAIR j 1500 2nd Ave. 244-2500 DES MOINES, IOWA 50314 Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons CARPENTER UNIFORM COMPANY Designed for Sportswear, Business and Professional Men Complete Lettering Service ■ 1404 - 6th Ave. Phone 283-1985 Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck +• i It is lowers Call Doherty ' s Flowers for Every Occasion Corsages • Plants • Bouquets " Arranged at you like t hem " 1540 2nd Ave. I 288 6557 Sold by Greg Clark and Tim McDonald — 162— — $ (Complete printing, .Service Yleand IWIore Jlian f- reAAes and JPer onnei IT MEANS • ART SERVICE © LAYOUT SERVICE • COPY SERVICE • PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE All of these PLUS The Latest Equipment and Skilled Craftsmen are yours at GARNER PUBLISHING COMPANY 1636 Locust Phone 282-8146 Estimates Gladly Given — Call 282-8146 for Our Representative k — . _ . + i I SHIRLEY ' S SENECA BEAUTY SALON ! i i 3900 E. 14th Phone 265-4154 j Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier I , . . f I I [ WHITIE SOUTH S BARBER SHOP I 4207 6th Ave. Sold by Gr eg Clark and Tim McDonald j — ■ ■ ■ ■■■■■■■ 4 HIGHLAND PASTRY Birthday Cakes Graduation Cakes Wedding Cakes 3615 Sixth Avenue 282 4059 Sold by Ron Beirman r- « »• m - - - - - r " - ™ m - ■ - - - - _„„ m .« i Congratulations to the Class of ' 70 HELEN l PAT ' S Famous for their many Italian Dishes 209 Euclid Phone 243-9631 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Rose Camp — m ■ .4 — 164— The Safest Place In Des Moines Is On A Bus Des Moines Transit Company Sold by Jeff Mittag Christine Priebe, Keith Klemme, Dione Kalwishky, Greg Kuhlman, Patrice Faulkner, Lindo Starkovich, Casey Nossaman, Sue Vosberg rehearse for " Ondine. " + 1 MAXHEIM PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO Phone 255-2159 544 - 36th Street DES MOINES. IOWA Sold by Diane Stewart 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 Mike Morse and Earl Parsons — 165— i I + HILAND PARK HARDWARE 3613 Sixth Avenue Sold by Gloria Kceek and Kose Camp +. I ! I Congratulations Class of ' 70 HIGHLAND SHOPPER Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier ALL-PETS HOSPITAL D. O. Faulkner, D.V.M. I 4021 E. 14th Street Des Moines, Iowa I I Sold by Don Lusk Phone 243-7672 Easy Terms SAM AND ADELE S FURNITURE New and Used 216 Euclid Ave. Des Moines, la. 50310 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Rose Camp TENDER-CRUST PIE COMPANY (wholesale) 1603 East Grand Avenue I I Phone 266-1281 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Jeff Mittag 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 Sold by Joyce Brewton I TERRY ' S BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Division of Personalized Bookkeeping and Tax Service 967-3232 Hi-Way 6 Altoona, Iowa Personalized Services for Business, Farm, Home I Sold by Joan Grazier + , ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ COUCHMAN-WILSON DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Open Week Days 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Sundays (Free Prescription Delivery) 200 Euclid Ave. Phone 243-3141 Sold by Dolores Bayles I I I 3 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 Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck FACTORY DISTRIBUTORS HURST Performance Products CITY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY Distributors: AUTOMOTIVE PARTS — ACCESSORIES CHEMICALS 1537 Second Avenue i I Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Phone 288-5729 § I I I + - Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons J w tin THESt. W4ii-q liES THE BJIURE PURDUMS BARBER SHOP I j 3 Barbers to Serve You I 265-4033 Seneca Plaza I Sold by Ron Beirman + STRONG AND FRIENDLY IOWA STATE BANK " AT THE FOOT OF THE CAPITOL " 288-0111 E. 7th Locust Member F.D.I.C. BABES 417 6th Avenue BoM by Judy Holste and Rhonda Anderson + — + BELL BROS. Heating Air Conditioning Carrier Coleman 2822 - 6th Ave. 244-8911 FREE ESTIMATES I Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg: Clark Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons 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 Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark -167- I + + I I I I STONER PIANO COMPANY Henry C. Olson, President 1417 Hull Avenue Phone 265-0348 Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark HAWKEYE DODGE " Best New and Used Cars in Town " ] 2103 Ingersoll Phone 283-2481 Bob Nuzum Sold by Joan Grazier North High Polar Bear rides 70 Homecoming float. LA PIZZA HOUSE LUCK uates, 1013 S.E. 14th GOOD LUCK from a couple of Norfh High Graduates, Russ Reel and Abbie Polito + j j i j I ■ + i i i i 288-2211 Sold by Nancy McCrea i — — — — — + FORKER PHARMACY WE DELIVER PRESCRIPTIONS 2505 Forest 274-2597 DES MOINES, IOWA 50311 Sold by Tom Olney CLARK PLUMBING HEATING CO. I Sales - Installation - Service ! 1410 6th Ave. Phone 288-2111 ! Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck I You dont need us. Central National Bank 8- Trust Company LOCUST AT SIXTH AVENUE, DOWNTOWN DES MOINES, PHONE 243-8181 MEMBER F.D.I.C. —168— Since December 15, 1955, the ' official booster " POLAR BEAR BOOSTER CLUB . . . . fostering the development of a greater North High School; .... encouraging, supporting, promoting, and expanding the activities of the student body, faculty, alumni, and friends of North High; and . . . . developing and enlarging a spirit of friendship and frater- nity among its members. JOIN! RETAIN YOUR MEMBERSHIP! POLAR BEAR BOOSTER CLUB Wm. W. Ellsworth, President Louise McCaughan, Secretary James L. Mintle, Vice President Ernest A. Ashdown, Jr., Treasurer c o North High School, 501 Holcomb Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50313 MIDWEST MACHINE EXCHANGE, INC. 501 West Euclid Phone 288-4100 DES MOINES, IOWA 50310 New and Used Business Equipment Lloyd Peterson Sold by Rose Camp and Gloria Reeck + FIRST FEDERAL STATE BANK Twenty-fourth University Ave. Clive Office 8590 Hickman Road River Hills Office 100 University Ave. Sold by Earl Parsons and Mike Morse I , + ZELLERS Park Fair Fabrics For the latest in fabrics PARK FAIR CENTER 288-2998 Sold by Mary Simms and Diane Blarney " + 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 STATE AUTOMOBILE AND CASUALTY UNDERWRITERS DES MOINES, IOWA X i DEATH WON WHERE YOU SEE THIS SIGN Insure Wisely Now! Sold by Tom Olney - AND AWAY WE GO! —170— LARSON S FRONTIER 3418 -6th Ave. Phone 243-9355 Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck ) 4. + - I ' " „ 4. MARVIN FOOD SHOP Groceries — Meats — Vegetables Frozen Foods 266-7525 842 Hull Ave. Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons I i FOR GOOD FOOD AND PLEASANT ATMOSPHERE Chuck ' s Restaurant ITALIAN-AMERICAN FOODS 3610 -6th Avenue Phone 244-4104 DES MOINES, IOWA Steaks, Chicken, Sea Foods, Pizza and Spaghetti are among the many selections on our menu. Bring the family for food prepared with care and patience that I ' m sure will please them. YOUR HOST AND HOSTESS — CHUCK AND ELIZABETH BISIGNANO Sold by Diane Stewart 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 Marilyn Hull I CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL HANDY . . . Way to Get About YELLOW CABS Phone 243-1111 Sold by Joyce Brewton 1 NHS Spirit Almost. .Better improving. Terrible DEAD. PEP-O-HETER I HOW far will your spirit climb? CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 70 From - + learn 5 FASHIONS FOR WOMEN Two Fine Stores to Serve You PARK FAIR 288-8959 DOWNTOWN [ 243-7189 Sold by Mary Simms i 4. — 171 — HOME! FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Sixth Grand □ Des Moines, Iowa 503Q7 Sold by Joyce Brewton GOOD LUCK SENIORS Highland Park State Bank Member F.D.I.C. Main Bank Drive-ln Bank Third and Euclid Second and Euclid i i + — .... East 28th and Euclid Sold by Diane Stewart 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 6. W. ONTHANK Company DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark Practicing for Winter Concert, left to right: Cheryl Hunnell, Velva Coleman Cheryl Kelly, Griff Reese. ■ ■ , + FRANK OPDYKE BODY SERVICE 417 16th Street 282-6798 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Nancy McCrea ) —«„_„„ — „_„„ ,„ „„_„„ + When You Think of Books Think of University Book Store Stationery • Greeting Cards • Fountain Pens Complete Stock of School Supplies ! 1213 Twenty-fifth St. Phone 274-3401 Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons " ■■ ■ ■■■ ♦ -172— WATSON SCHOOL OF DANCING Park Fair 288-8424 TAP, BALLET, JAZZ, ACROBATICS, BATON, BOYS AND GIRLS TUMBLING Sold by Mary Simms ! I 1 i i + • CONGRATULATIONS LIDDELL BROTHERS FURNITURE 24th and Forest Avenue Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier +- i ! I I I ■ i ! i + HENRY ' S HAMBURGERS 2806 -6th Ave. Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck For Complete Shopping Convenience WALGREEN center 2545 E. Euclid Phone 266-3171 Sold by Pam Boylan and Dolores Bayles I •■+ i i 4. ■ - - I I I I 918 East Euclid | TONY ' S LOUNGE I ■ Des Moines, Iowa j i Sold by Kathy Olmstead [ . + A Prescription Pharmacy 1541 SIXTH AVENUE DES MOINES, IOWA 50314 JANITORS AND MATRONS — Row One, Left to Right: Herman Virden, Edna Nelson, Bernice Snyder, Carroll Corbley. Row Two: Kenneth Schwartztrauber, Lee Strike, Harold Havilond, Ramon Logsdon. Row Three: Herman Sherman, Lloyd Gresdal, Frank Smith, John Brown, Frank Palcic. Absent from picture: Howard Griffith, W. J. Storey, John Lukaszow, Gary Deaton. BRADLEY PRINTING COMPANY Wedding Announcements Yearbooks Name Cards Complete Printing Service 3811 Sixth Avenue Phone 282-8359 Sold by Pam Boylan ! | i BOLENS America ' s Finest Lawn and Garden Equipment For the Finest in Autos STAN MOORE MOTORS, INC. I WOLTZ STUDIO 4285 - 2nd Ave. 243-5251 Sold by Linda McCarty 420 Ninth BACH SALES CENTER, INC. 203 Euclid Des Moines, Iowa Zenith - Motorola - Grundig - Sylvania Viking - White Sewing Machines - Amana 283-1521 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Rose Camp „_,„,„,, I I ! I Phone 288-6300 1 i Sold by Don Lusk j „ + Meet me ot — THE " CAROUSEL " YOUR NEW OWNERS — KEN JAN SHERMAN PHONE 285-6756 282-8750 606 E. ARMY POST ROAD Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier I MARMETS AUTO PAINTING Body and Fender Repairs Specialty Auto Painting 752 E. Broadway Des Moines, Iowa Al and Don Ph. 288-0727 Sold by Jim Day j GINO ' S j RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE ■ I FEATURING ITALIAN DISHES, AGED STEAKS, i i CHICKEN, SEA FOODS, and PIZZA Party Room Available j Ph. 282-4029 243-9702 2809 - 6th Ave. Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier — 174— TELEPHONE X. TELEPHONE I EVERYONE IS HURRYING TO CALL MOMMY AFTER SCHOOL. WELCOME STUDENTS KOFFEE CUP AMERICAN - ITALIAN FOODS 518 EUCLID Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck Congratulations 1 THE POPCORN BIN ■ Park Fair Shopping Center Phone 288-6681 I Sold by Nancy McCrea ■ HI-HO GRILL 417 Euclid Avenue Delicious Food Open Sunday Thru Friday 6:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Sold by Nancy Levine and Nancy McCrea Best Wishes wmJ Studio Parkfair Arcade 100 E. Euclid Phone 282-8965 Sold by Mary Simms — 175— Boys Tennis Team Bock row: Steven Hansen, Steven Davis, Mike Crawford, Robert Warrick. Front row: Larry Davis, Jim England, Marty Jchnson. THE BEAN BOWL 3618 -6th Ave. I Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Smith and Reeves I COUCH Racing Parts Hurst - Racing Slicks - Headers 1516 2nd Avenue 282-3769 Sold by Joe Davis and Grant Dickinson I CARDINAL CLEANERS Does the best in men shirts Heavy, Light, and Medium To get the best Starch Everytime Phone 255-2115 i 21st and Carpenter Sold by Judy Holste CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES From Open Bible College - Sold by Louis Winter MARVE ' S DAIRY QUEEN 2222 University Ave. + i Des Moines, Iowa + i I I I ! Sold by Darryln Norem and Rhonda Anderson Jo De Fino Beauty Salon 520 Euclid Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Patti Lonj? I l I ! + i ! i •4 + Lozier Florist ' 519 E. Locust Sold by Judy Holste and Elaine Johnson Treat Your Pet Good and Go to the Pet Range 279-7758 2712 Douglas Sold by Judy Holste CANADA DRY 2815 4th Street Sold by Judy Holste r I ! i I i — 176 — Brownie ' s Parking Lot Congratulations to the Class of ' 70 Convenient Downtown Locations, member of national association Courtesy-Reliability Shop Downtown Des Moines Main Office 417-9th St. Phone 282-8490 Sold by Judy Holste and Rhonda Anderson ■ + i I ! I Knight ' s Bake Shop ! 1402 E. 9th Sold by Kenrie Reeves I " congratulations seniors INGERSOLL FLORIST Corsages and Floral Girts Student Discounts 2809 Ingersoll 243-3124 Sold by Norma Perry Capital City Electric Co. Electrical Contractors Phone 288-5783 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Joe Davis and Grant Dickinson f + U, .... .... .... .... .... .... m I.N III. MM Ml. 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 Dial 266-7435 822 Arthur Sold by Gloria Reeck, Joan Grazier and Rose Camp i •{•» ... ■ m m ■ ..„ H iki mi m ■ m m ■ m 1 OAK PARK PHARMACY 3720-6th Ave. 288-2304 Sold by Jim Burk Girls Tennis Team i Front row: Joyce Brewton, Mary K. Alexander, Ann Ligouri, Diana Wright. Back row: Susan Patterson, Susan Appell, Barbara Johnson, Lorelli Ellis. Congratulations Class of ' 70 KENNY ' S EAST 9th BODY SHOP 1514 E. Fleming 266-7295 (1 Block South of East Madison — East of E. 14th St.) Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck I . + i I —177- + — For all Your Real Estate Needs Herman Miller Realty Co. 4006 Sixth Avenue Call 288-9761 Member of Multiple Listing Service Sold by Greg Clark and Tim McDonald CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS EAST DES MOINES NATIONAL BANK Serving All East Des Moines Main Banks: Eastgate Shopping Center East 14th Euclid Des Moines, Iowa Phone 265-1431 Office Drive In: East Univ. Hubbell 265-1684 AC 515 Office: Pleasant Hill, Iowa 265-5639 ! Office Drive In: S.E. 14th Indianola Rd. 285-111 1 | Sold by Rose Camp and Gloria Reeck |! J— 4 I » ■ ■ ■ » " — " Jimmy Nantista VOLKSWAGEN N.E. 14th Street 100% Guaranteed Used Cars New Used VW Who lies behind these objects? Guess who? YOU GET A LOT OF ENERGY FOR A PENNY Sold by Davis and Dickinson — 178— ' I I L COMPLIMENTS OF DOMINO ' S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Private Parries, Clubs, Meetings 1201 EUCLID DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Judy Holste | I + +■■ I I 4 - Congratulations Class of ' 70 OLMSTEAD ELECTRIC 3900 E. 14th 265-4554 Said by Kathy Olmstead + i Steak O Rama 1816 Army Post Road Phone 285-0091 Sold by Judy Holste { ' — — — — » + | CARPET DISCOUNT CENTER Specializing in Remnants and Mill Ends 1711 - 6th Ave. Free Parking Open 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. j Phone 243-8604 Sold by Don Lusk l There ' s something about an Aqua-Velva man. the growing 70 ' s for you and . . . DRAKE UNIVERSITY There ' s a growing environment for education right here in Des Moines. Drake is growing in national stature . . . it ' s a leading major private university with modern facilities and more are being built right now. You should consider one of these six undergraduate colleges open to qualified jEr ' " nrrrTT— high school graduates. Talk with your counselor today. COLLEGE i 0F COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS J PHARMACY iiiiNiniiwmiirHmigB SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE OF EDUCATION + — ■ i i l 1 i i I + — Norman Cassiday Sold by Norma Perry +- i THE BEAUTIFUL CARRIAGE HOUSE 7700 Hickman Rd. Phone 276-4557 Sold by Judy Holste AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS World ' s Largest • 1 DAY SERVICE AUTOMATIC • E-Z TERMS TRANSMISSION • FREE TOWING SPECIALISTS • FREE ROAD TEST WRITTEN GUARANTEE AVAILABLE WRITTEN LIFETIME GUARANTEE COVERING FREE PARTS AND LABOR ON ALL CUSTOM REBUILT TRANSMISSIONS FOR LIFETIME OF CAR AS LONG AS YOU OWN CAR AND SERVICE IT ANNUALLY AT ANY OF OVER 400 AAMCO SHOPS COAST-TO-COAST AT A MODEST COST. PRESENT CERTIFICATE TO ANY AAMCO SHOP COAST-TO-COAST. 283-2286 524 E. 6th Ave. Sold by Mike Morse and Earl Parsons | Compliments of Super Valu Stores 10650 Douglas Box 637 Des Moines 50303 Sold by Darryln Norem Could this be the locker of Senior Men? The Park Fair Sports Center would like to take this opportunity to thank all the North students and faculty members for their fine patronage of our store the past year. We are planning bigger and better things for you in the future, such as a new lettering dept. to take care of all your lettering needs. So thanks again, and always give us a try before you buy, you ' ll be glad you did. Park Fair Sports Center 100 E. Euclid Des Moines, Iowa + — 1 80 — 243-3785 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan (iraizer + — ! I i I i + — Bernie Mark ' s Discount Tire Co. 835 East Euclid Sold by Jeanne Ancell and Judy Holste f - i 1 1 I i +■- I I ! i i . ! I I ! I + Ted Hoto Refrigeration Repair and Service 1800 23rd Street 255-6193 Sold by Darryln No rem and Rhonda Anderson Cappy Say, " For fun and enjoyment come to the Capitol j Drive-ln. " Cappy also say, " Congratulations, Seniors, Class of 70. " I 4646 East 14th St. 266-8824 Sold by Judy Holste ! + BECK ' S BARBER SHOP 222 Eighth Street Appointments Available I Phone 244-1423 I i i Sold by Don Osborne j I t I l Dairy Queen Congratulations Seniors of V0 Drentlaw Dairy Queen Stores 1st Euclid 6th College Sold by Nancy McCrea p Sjc«i7I Oir 4 V There ' s something doughy about this. BURGER-CHEF DRIVE IN 3625 East 14th Street 265-4019 Sold by Jim Day i + Bob Brown Chevrolet, Inc. " IOWA ' S LARGEST FINEST " 4424 MERLE HAY ROAD 276-2501 Sold by Nancy Levine + — FRANKEL S CLOTHING STORES Men ' s Sportswear, Arrow shirts, Men ' s Furnishings, Women ' s Coats, Dresses, Sportswear, and Scout Headquarters. Downtown 612 Locust Pork Fair 100 E. Euclid Sold by Vic Hawthorne and Karl Butler — 181 — i i i KIDDY KOLLEGE DAY NURSERY + i i I Day or week. Breakfast, hot lunch and 3 o ' clock snack, j 255-3641 2804 Payne Rd. j Sold by Becky Sholes I |» ■■■■■■■■■■■ i n ■ » ■ ' . ■■■ M. JAMES HEMMINGER CONSTRUCTION CO. j 2125 Indianola Road I j Home Builders Phone 244-5858 j If no answer call 277-71 89 } Sold by Norma Perry " + : I CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1970 ! i i i i i i i i ! 1 I I l I l I DES MOINES FASHI ON CENTER Park Fair Merle Hay Plaza Downtown Sold by Mary Simms CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Midwestern Paper Co. (The House of Service) 1801 Hull 265-1631 Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark « r Hif-LLne ©CHICKS Breeder of The World ' s Largest Selling LAYER-TYPE CHICKS! Htf-iihe Peultrif Jaw Registered Trademark of Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. 1206 Mulberry Sfreef Des Moines, Iowa 50309 =- Sold by Nancy McCrea and Nancie Lavine — 182— + ■ j i Come Aboard . . . Noah ' s Ark Restaurant " Still the Pizza King " Live Lobster — (Pick from Tank) International Cruise We are Docked at 2400 Ingersoll Open 11:00 A.M. til 1:00 A.M. Friday and Saturday til 2:00 A.M. Reservations — 288-2246 Sold by Judy Holste ! ■ Congratulations Class of 1970 We ' re glad you made it CAMP HEATING COMPANY INC. CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SHEET METAL WORK PUTS TOPS ON TOPLESS CHIMNEYS 265-0602 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier I 4. We ' re having a ball in gym. - ■ m fA y JJItntograttim Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier Continental Trailways Charter service anywhere 1416 Locust 243-5971 Sold by Kenrie Reeves 1 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 + — 183— + — — SENECA APARTMENTS Best Wishes Seniors 1306 East Seneca Phone 265-1641 + ■ +■- i I I I Sold by Nancy Levine • — — + HAY D-X STATION 401 Euclid Sold by Elaine Johnson Did you hear the latest about Neilson Candy Bar Imported from Canada Gordon ' s Wholesale Inc. i Sold by Don Lusk ? — - ■ — — QUICK SIGN CO. Neon and Plastic Signs of All Kinds Sign Painting Truck Lettering I 610 E. 30th Des Moines, Iowa Phone 262-1042 i I Sold by Sue Voegtlin I - — Acme Piano and Organ Co. Thomas Organs Kimball Pianos and Organs 1 6th and Euclid Highland Park I Sold by Elaine Johnson and Judy Holste } j. — + ■ i i FOR GRADUATION PORTRAITS . . . ... IN THE MODERN TREND I I ! I I i LAWSONS Highland Park PHOTOGRAPHERS 605 Douglas ! 243-0661 I Sold by Joan Graizer I + i i + ARNOLD ' S HIGHLAND PARK FUNERAL HOME 3500 - 6th Avenue Phone 288-6551 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier I i I Caldwell-Brien-Robbins Funeral Home i In our 48th Year I I 2100 University { I Phone 243-0555 Sold by Judy Holste I i ! -184— t- Tom D. Brown COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY 3839 MERLE HAY RD. SUITE 11-4 DES MOINES. IOWA PHONE f T CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1970 SMITTY ' S DONUT DES MOINES, IOWA I - •• i i I Sold by Pat Moberly and April McDonald Congratulations " 70 " Grads Mable Dahlstrom Borg Roy W. S. Dahlstrom DAHLSTROM FUNERAL HOME Sold by Judy Holste They left their mark on us. 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 I i Sold by Earl Parsons and Mike Morse 185— Senior boys ore all smiles over sack lunch. I 1 CONGRATULATIONS DIAL FINANCE COMPANY Sold by Kenrie Reeves | + NITA ' S BEAUTY SALON 1327 6th Avenue 288-7526 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier — + i FOR SUMMER Honda 250k or ct 70 USE IT FOR CAMPING, VACATION FUN. Also HONDAS FROM 50cc TO THE FABULOUS 4-CYLINDER 750cc See Them at Mathews Prices $279.00 to $1495 MATHEWS HONDA STORE 4224 N.E. 14th 262-3887 X I Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Patti Lonff and Pam Eakins Congratulations Seniors 1 £ie((ler £tu (ic 3614 -6th Ave. Quality Phone 243-2250 ★ Wedding Portrait —186— + FIRESTONE STORE 131 E. Euclid Des Moines, Iowa Mgr. Bill Fricke 288-0178 i Sold by Earl Parsons and Mike Morse i ■I " ■ ■ Golden Harvest Restaurant 2nd Avenue and Interstate 80 Open seven days a week 7-11 Zip Code 50313 Sold by Melodee Mundell and Miriam Jameson f i This is a stick-up, hand over the change. NIELSEN | Greenhouse and Flower Shop 243-0101 1900 High Street We Grow Them — They Last Sold by Nancy McCrea 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 — 1 87 — Sold by Greg Clark and Tim McDonald + It ' s the real thing. Coke. Trade • mark (r) CONGRATULATIONS HOME OF Friendly Family Dining Sold by Mike Morse i Il I si it a ■ si iu U i zm 701 Fifth Ave. Des Moines, Iowa 50304 Sold by Melodee Mundell and Miriam Jameson — + + n. THERE ' S ROOM TO GROW BENEATH THE EQUITABLE llOWEfl 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 Earl Parsons and Mike Morse — 188— Printers of The NORTH HIGH ORACLE I I I I COMPANY SARCONE PUBLISHING 11 39 -24th Street DES MOINES, IOWA 50311 Sold by Rose Camp, Gloria Reeck and Joan Bair " Just South of North " TOM ' S CLARK 1607 2nd Congratulations Class of ' 70 If- pays to drop-in instead of Out! — 1 89 — Sold by Joe Davis and Grant Dickinson With great pride, we congratulate all the ' 70 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 Grimes, Iowa Member: Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation " the pacesetter bank " Professional Directory f + DR. GLENN V. HIGGINS, 0. D. 218 Walnut Street Ankeny, la. Sold by Kathy Olmstead t 1 ! ! I ! JAMES S HOFFER, D.D.S. I ! I Sold by Diane Stewart | 4 DR. JOHN Q. A. MATTERN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 819 Savings Loan Building Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier + i I i + — ROBERT G. McNAMEE, D.D.S General Dentistry 2901 Beaver Ave Des Moines, Iowa Phone: 255-3784 Sold by Judy Borwick — . ■ Congratulations DR. MEREDITH R. SAUNDERS, M.D. j 1422 Woodland Ave. Phone 243-7191 j Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark 1 +- I DR. DENNIS J. WALTER, M.D. I I 3900 E. 14th Street Phone 265-4236 I Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS DR. HARRY B. ELMETS Dermatology 1010 Savings and Loan Building Des Moines, Iowa 50309 Sold by Rose Camp and Gloria Reeck DR. THOMAS E. WARD i Optometrist 810 Fleming Bldg. 244-2419 DES MOINES, IOWA I Sold by Greg Clark and Tim McDonald 4.,— -« — - — - — — Dr. Frank C. Jefferies Dr. Clement S. O ' Meara Dr. Donald V. Hagan 530 39th St. Des Moines, Iowa 50312 Sold by Kenrie Reeves CLINTON P. DAVIS, D.D.S. 804 Equitable Building Phone 243-4616 i i I + ■ Sold by Darryln Norem i I I + 1 t Dr. Michael D. Rubino, Dentist 223 Euclid Sold by Greg Clark and Tim McDonald DR. HEATH i I (Dentist) I 2724 Douglas Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Ore Clark and Tim McDonald 191 — i i — — — — — — 4 DR. SCHNEE 3521 Beaver Des Moines, Iowa Sold by GreR: Clark and Tim McDonald + LOU KRICK, JR. D.D.S. Ingersoll Medical-Dental Building I Phone 279-9771 3830 Ingersoll i 95nlH Kw .Tnon Civ . , „_ Sold by Joan Grazier and Gloria Reeck I - — — " — ■ — 4 - f CHARLES R. PETERSON, M.D. 1061 Fifth Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50314 Phone 288-6797 Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark ! I I I I - + i FOREST AVENUE DENTISTS Office 277-4447 2212 Forest Ave. Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier l DR. C. D. FREDERICKS and DR. C. E. NEWCOMER 1143 42nd Phone 255-1135 Sold by Gloria Reeck and Joan Grazier — — i I I I 2222 East 14th St I I + FAABORG PHARMACY Phone 266-5159 Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark OK BARBER SHOP 1606-6th Ave. Over 80 years at same address 4 Chairs 8 till 6 Saturday till 5 p.m. Sold by Don Lusk AT GRADUATION. ...WE HOPE YOU ' LL CARRY WITH YOU FOR THE FUTURE, THE FACT THAT. UNITED, DES MOINES m SAVINGS IS WHERE " PEOPLE COME FIRST ' FEDERAL OTTUMWA - OSCEOLA - WINTERSET - JEFFERSON Home Off ice: Locust at 4th Des Moines Sold by Tim McDonald and Greg Clark — 192- Left to right: Diane Stewart, Elaine Johnson, BUI Rollison. 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, se- lected to represent their schools, are chosen for leadership quali- ties, high scholastic standings, personal recommendations from school administrators and evaluation from members of the retiring boards, plus their interest and ability in retail and fashion. They participate in special fashion shows during the year, give talks in their schools and to other groups on good grooming, publish a monthly newsletter and work in various junior departments each Saturday. Younkers salutes the repre- sentatives from North High School for a job very well done. — 193— " You can ' t tell me that Mrs. Hourigan approves of THESE books! Seen At North High ' m over 1 8! " Ohhh . . . , so that ' s what a mico-mini is! ' ' And now for the famous Hutzell balancing act. " —195— Pictorial Index Name Page Name Page Name Page Name Page Abbey. Jacki«« 54 Abolins. Mara 23, 101, 103. 139 Ackiss, Marvene 48 Adams, Steve 23 Agee, Douglas — — JJ Ahl, Ann 58, g Alexander. Kathy ... - J 54, »» Alexander, Linda 58, 8b, »». 89, 150 A.ex.nder. M.n- SWjjA • 92, 134, 145. 177 Alexander. Maureen 23, 99 Allely. Sue 2 » Allen. Kathleen -J Allen. Mark... — g Allen. Mike LeRoy 48, 50 Allen. Mike Craig — -r " Allen. Rebecca 48. 101 Allen. Rose L6 Allen. Sharron 23, 88, 98. 101 Allsup. Kathy 58 Amos. Beatrice O " " " oo Ancell. Jeanne . 57, 66, 88, 89, 126, 144, 151 Anderson. James rr — ;JJ Anderson, Michael 48, io.i Anderson, Rhonda 54. 139. 151 Andrews. Rhonda 23 Anspach. Eddie — JJ Appell. Nancy 58. 84, 85, 87 Appell. Susan 23. 50. 84 85 91. 139, 149, 150. 177 Appleton, Sharon - 54 Arlaud. Jeff JJ Armstrong, Shirley 58 Arnold, Cheryl 58, 89 Arnold, Joni - — g Aswegan, Jane 54, 88, 98, 150 Atkins, Connie 54, 150 Avritt, Gordon 48 — B- Bacon, Diane 149 Bailey, Burton 48 Bailey, Theresa 58 Bain, Annita 58 Bair. Joan 30, 88, 89, 98, 134 Baker, r rancine 58, 150 Baker, Paula 23 Baker, Robert 54 Baker, Steve 58, 122, 143 Baldwin, Margaret... 18 Barden, Jack 48 Barker, Margo 58 Barker, Sarah 54 Barnard, Dennis 23 Barnett, Walter -9 Battles, Mark 58, 94, 97, 111, 119 Bauer, Debbie 23 Bayles. Dolores 23, 85, 86. 88. 89, 98, 134. 144 Bayles, Robert 23 Bayles. Steve 24, 102 Bechtel, John 58 Beeler, Roy 54 Beirman, Connie 54, 150 Beirman, Ron 24, 135 Bemisdarfer, Bill 15, 24 Bendixen, Kim 58, 95. 142 Berg. Chuck 58, 84. 119 Beswick, Bill 24, 142. 143 Betts, Debra _ 58 Beirma, Juanita 58 Bierwirth, Heidi 58 Billings, Candy... 58 .58. 150 58 Bischof. Ellen Billings, Elaine Bischof. Ellen 58. 150 Bishop, James 54 Bishop, Shauna 24, 50. 143 Blanks, Eleanor 19 Blarney. Diane 24. 135 Blee, Mary Jane 98 Blomquist, John 54. 122 Blumer, Susan 64 Bb ' , Vernon 11 Bobenhouse, Annette 54, 84, 86, 87, 89. 95. 139 Bobenhouse, Pam 58, 89, 92, 141 Bobolinski, Leonarda 54 Boesch, Barb 58, 85 Boggs, Greg 24 Bolden, Kevin 58, 119, 131 Boiler, Judy 97 Bonau, Elena 11 Bonugli, Mary 48, 57 Boos, Theresa 17, 47, 54, 88, 96, 103 Borgerding, Jeanette .....68 Borlin, Craig.. 24 Borwick, Judy ... 54, 88, 101, 145 Borzo, Francis 24, 84, 86 Bougher, Mike 48 Bowden, Michael 58 Bowdre, Gary 24, 84, 134 Bowen, Diane 24 Bowlsby, Rick 24. 97, 122, 142, 143. 150 Bowman. Gail . 24, 50, 142. 143, 146, 147, 151 Boyd, June 58, 95 Boydston, Phil 24, 84 Boylan, Pam 25, 134, 139 Brandt, Tracy 131 Braunschweig, Peggy 54 Breen, Debra 58 Brewer, Daryl 58, 131 Brewer, Kenneth 64, 86, 107. 131 Brewton, Fred 58, 111, 122, 131 Brewton, Joyce . 25, 85, 88, 89, 135, 144, 150, 177 Bridgeman, Don 95 Briggle, Dave 68 Briggs, Jim 25 Briggs, Michael 68 Brill, Vicki 48, 97 Brindley, John 70 Brodeen, Dana 68 Broadus, Dennis 48 B rommel, Cynthia 64 Brommel, Steve 25, 103 Brooks, Debbie 26 Brown, Craig 48, 131 Brown, Don 54, 96, 113, 117, 151 Brown, Gary 25, 103 Brown. Martin 54 Brown, Mat 58, 111 Brown, Neil 54, 107 Brown, Steve 25, 102 Brown, Vicki 54 Broxmeyer, Judy.. Bruce. Maurice 58, Bryant, Amy Iff, . 58, 89 119 89 54 25 88, 139 95 119 99 87, 143 58 135 150 . 54 150 150 . 58 25 140 125 Bucklew, Christine Bucklew, Pat Buhrmaster, Sherry. 54, 96. Bump, Vicki 58, Bundy, Vernon Ill, Burch, Linda 88, 89, 91 Burgher, Michael 25, 50, 138, Burnside, Lloyd Burk, Jim 26, Burk, Karen 54, 98, Bush, Linda Bushnell, Ellen 54, Butler, Karl 25, 84, 107, Butters, Robert Butorac, Fr ed Buwalda, Sharon 25, 90, 97, Buwalda, Sue 58, — ( — Cain, Patricia 68 Calaway, Robert 54 Calhoun, Jim 54, 84, 85, 86, 88, 94, 95 Camp, Richard 94, 106 Camp. Rose 25, 88. 134 Camp, Terry 26 Camp, Vicki..„ 54 Campbell, Pam 54, 88 Carlson, Charles 58 Carpenter, Carol 64 Carpenter, Don 64 Carr, Leslie 68 Carruyo, Yegni 68 Carson, Leanna 26, 150 Carson, Victor 48, 130, 131 Carter. Mike 48. 107. 124 Cassady, Terry. . 26, 50, 84, 87, 88. 97, 134. 139 Cate. Jan 54, 88, 90, 144, 161 Catterson, Bruce 58, 119, 143 Cavil. De Norris 26 Chagnon, Tina 26, 87, 88, 89, 92 Chandler. Mike 48 Chappas, Deborah 58 Cheatom, Charles 54 Cheshire. Nancy 26, 99 Cheshire. Sue _ 68 Chevalier, Steven 64 Choda, Zosh 68 Christensen, Elaine 68 Christian, Debra 58, 84. 88. 89, 141 Chrystal, John 54 Clark, Greg 26, 69. 94. 102. 107, 126, 135 Clark, Jeri 58. 97. 125 Clark, Lucy 48 Clayton, Linda 26 Clinton, David 64 Cluney, Steve 64 Clyce, Stacey 48 Cobb, Richard 47, 103 Cocherell, Randy 26 Cohee, John 26 Coleman. Velva 26, 150, 172 Coleman, Venus 64, 150 Coll. Irene 58, 142 Coll, Roy _ 26 Colton, Roger 58, 84, 86, 87, 94, 96, 102, 119, 143 Colton. Steve.. 26, 91, 94, 96 Comstock. Steve 26 Condor, Terry 54, 98 Conn, Christi 54, 101 Connett, Alma 47 Converse, Louis 64 Cook, Elizabeth Cook, Sandra 58 Cooper, Diane 58, 100 Cooper, John 58 Cooper, La Vonne 27 Cooper, Mike 54 Cooper, Robert ... 27, 97, 147, 150 Coope r, William 58 Corrick, Susan 54, 88, 150 Cosenza, Tony 84, 95, 97 Cottrill, Lu Ann 150 Couch, Debbie 27 Cox, Brent... 54, 94, 107, 130, 131 Cox, Jeff 48 Cox, Laurie... 27, 84, 87, 91, 100 Cram, Robert 54. 85. 94, 96, 107, 151 Crawford, Michael 97, 176 Crookshank, Mary 54, 95, 98 Cropp, David 27, 54 Cropp, Floyd 57 Cropp, Sandra 27 Crosswhite, Joe 85. 94, 111 Crowell, Carma 27, 85 Curl, LeRoy 54 — D- Damerville, Diana 54 Danes, Louis 54, 94, 95, 122 Daniels. Kathy _ ... 66 Darner. Beth. 27, 89, 97, 98, 126 Darr. Russ 17, 66 Daugherty, John 27, 103 Davidson, Linda 11 Davis, James 65 Davis, Joseph _ _ 55 Davis, Larry 107, 176 Davis, Robert 48 Davis, Steve 27, 70, 176 Day, Bonnie 27, 60, 98 Day, Tim 55 Day, Raymond 65, 122 Day, Terry 94 Dempewolf, Jenny 66 De Witt. Skip 27, 84, 86, 87 Dickinson, Grant 65 Diehl. Kathy.. 65, 89, 103. 139. 150 Dobbins, Rick Ill Dodge, Deborah 99, 160 Doherty, John 55, 84, 85. 94, 96. 118, 131 Dunahoo, Lois 86. 141, 142 Durretty, Dawn _ 160 Dwiere, Joann 19 Dyer, Marcia 65, 88 Dyer, Terri 27 — E— Eakins. Pam 65, 100, 149 Eason, Ruth. 8, 100 Ebert. Betty 27 Ebert, Phil 48 Eggert, Terry 48 Elings. Debra « 65 Ellett, Barb 28 Ellis, Debra 150 Ellis, Donna 84 Ellis, Lorelli 177 Ellis, William _ 48 Ellston, Val 28, 140 Ellsworth, Bill 28, 70, 88. 94, 107 Emmons, Donna England, Jim 97. 176 England, Janice 28, 50, 90, 99 England, Joyce . 28, 50, 90, 97, 98, 99, 100 Engle, Patricia 55, 88, 89 Ennis, Janet 55, 98 Erickson, Bruce 28 Erickson, Cyndy 96 Erickson, Dave 102 Erickson, Dennis 48 Erickson, Tim 2S Etter, Paula 55, 84, 88, 89, 95, 144. 150 Evans, Kelly 57. 101, 106, 107, 116, 117 Evans, Pam 48 Fales, Stacey 85, 111, 119 Fallis, Rick 55 Fane, Dick 28, 70 Faulkner, Cynthia 59, 97 Faulkner, Patrice 28, 50, 90, 97, 165 Faust, Karen ... . 28, 66, 67, 87, 95, 144 Fazio, Mary 55, 150 Fazio, Terri 55, 150 Feeley, Jeff 65 Fees, Sonny 59 Fenimore. Kathy 28, 142 Fenimore, Terry... _ 55 Fjelde, Beulah 19. 101 Fisher, Barry 55, 101 Fisher, Betty 28 Fisher, Charles 28, 103 Fisher, Suzanne... 28, 75, 84, 85, 88, 89, 91, 97, 101, 134 Fitzgerald, Thomas 7, 10 Flesher, Marcia 59, 95 Flipping, Harry 29 Florence, Bill.. 29, 80, 100, 106, 114, 117 Florence, Bob 22, 29, 100, 106, 114, 117 Fonza, Leslie 29 Forsyth, Sue ... 29, 142, 50 Fox, Debbie .. 29, 85, 91, 97, 140 Fox, Jim 59 Frank, Margie 55, 98, 139 Franz, Walter.. 12 Frasier, Randy _ 59 Frantz, David 55, 94, 96, 126, 127, 151 Freeman, Chuck 29, 101, 106, 115, 117, 118 Freeman, Steve 66 Frew, Joanne 59, 149 Frew, Judy 29, 160 Fuller, Rebecca 59, 97, 125 Funte, William 16 Fuson, Keith 29, 94, 142 — G— Gaines. Craig 59 Gallagher, Dennis 29, 50 Gamble. Chris 39, 88 Gamble, Jackie 55 Gamble, Joan 29 Ganoe, Brenda 69, 88, 89 Gardner, Cardi 59, 85, 87 Garver, Rob 55, 84, 87. 94. 101. 107, 131 Garth, Donna 4 — 196— Pictorial Index Page Name Page Name Page Name Page Gaskin, Brenda 29 Gaskin, Michael 59, 131 (lerman, Maria ... 29, 92, 134, 150 Gibson, Gail 59, 150 Gibson, Mary 55, 88, 103, 150 Gibson, Richard 30 Gilchrist, Gary 55 Gilliam, Deanna 30, 84, 139 Gilliland, Carole... 59, 142 Gilliland, Sandra 30, 50, 96, 142 Gilmore, Emmanuel 29, 84, 85 Giudicessi, Michael 59, 84, 85, 87, 94 Gladfelder, Mike 55 Goebel, Jeff 59, 101, 111 Goetz, Debbie 30, 89, 139 Goode, Jo Ann 59 Gooding, John 30, 50 Gordon, Jeanne 30, 88, 90, 96 98 Graeber, Glenda - 55. 88 98 Grant, Richard 59, 119, 120 Graves, Linda 59 Gray, Ivan .55, 131 Gray, Jan 55, 85, 89 Graziano, Albert 10, 20 Green, Billie 48, 150 Green, Chuck ...59, 111, 119 Green, Gloria 59, 99 Green, Martin.. 55, 101 Green, Rose 30, 99, 101 Greenfield, Greg 15, 55 Greenland, Diane 59 Griffin, Bud 55, 95, 101, 110, 117, 131 Griffin, Patti.. 59, 88, 89 Griffin, Sandra 30, 87, 88, 95, 138, 139 Griffith, Charles 55 Griffith, Vivian 30, 34, 89, 96, 98 Gripenberg, Darrell 10, 21 Grodt, David . 48 Gross, Richard 59 Guernsey, Catherine 59 Guess, Colin 55 Gulick, Patricia 48, 55 Gullinj?, Sherry N Haack, Gloria Hasten, Karen Hale. Leslie Hall, Brian Hall, Dennis Hall, Diantha Hall, Diantha Hall, Elizabeth Hall, James Hall, Luane Hall, Ronald Hall, Terry 59, 122, 143 Hall, Tom 59 Hall, Tony 55 Halterman, Steven 30 Hampe, Patrick ... 47, 113, 114, 117, 118, 130, 131 Hansen, Craig 59, 84, 94, 109 Hansen, Edward ...9 Hansen, Jack 30, 50, 70, 84, 109 Hansen, Patricia . " !• Hansen, Steve 59, 176 Hardenbrook, Debbie 48 Bardie, David 14, 75 Hare, Elaine 31, 88, 101, 139 Hare, Mary 31, 50, 100, 150 Harmon, Deborah . 59, 85, 149 Hart, Jean 59, 149, 150 Hart, Roy 55 Hartzer, Jim 55 Harvey, Joann 55 Havnen, Phyllis ... 31 Hawthorne, Howard 55, 122 Hawthorne, Vance . 55, 109, 151 Hawthorne, Victor ... 31, 50, 135 Hay, Danny 31 Hay, David 66 Hay, Debra 59 Hayes, Marcia 31, 89, 99, 101 Hayes, Merle 59 Hayner, Patricia 59, 85 Haynes, Craig . 31, 143, 150. 151 Haynes, Gayle 60, 88, 95 Hays, Dave 55 Hearn, David 59, 95, 97, 142 Heath, Tonv 59, 84 Heinkel, Linda Helmon, Alfred Heminover, Shirley Henderson, Edna Henry, Beverly 55, 85, Henry, Sandy 47, 55, 141, Hensley, Jean Hensen, Terry 59, 97, 119, Herndon, Margaret Herrold, Janet . 57, 88, 89, 103, Heuss, Judith 55, 84, 86, 87, Hevlin, Linda 22, 31, 50, 100, 126, 127, 143, 148, Hicks, Debra 55, Hicks, Rebecca 38, Higginson, Gary. Hildebrand, Michael 55, Hill, Ken Hill, Mark Hill, Willie... Hilliard, Ann 55, 90, Hines, Ewell Hinman, Katherine Hockett, Laura 55, 84, 96, Hoffman, Betty 55, 95, 98, Hohl, Debbie 55, 88, 102, Holland, Shelley Hollingsworth, Steve Holmes, Donald D 31, Holmes, Donald R. 8 1 , Holmes, Ronald :VZ, Holste, Judy... 57, 88, 89, 91, Hood, Susan Hooper, Janey 22, 32, 126, 145, Hopkins, Becky.. 57, 88, 97, Horsburprh, Patty 59, Hoskinson, Tim Hourigan, Lillian ... 9, Houston, David 57, 84, 116, 117, Howard, Debra 59, Howk, David Hubbart, Rick _ Hudnall, Larry 56, Huffman, Terry 16, Hughes, Jan 32, 50, 88, 91, 134, Hull, Marilyn 57, 88, 89, 91 Hummell, Gwen Hummer, Jim 55, 94, 146, Hunnell. Cheryl 32, 50, 143, 150, Hunter, Jim Hunter, Karen 32, 50, 84, 90, 92, 98, 102, 103. Huston, Barbara 32, 88 Hutchins, Mary Hutchinson, Jean 57, 85, 89, Hutzell, Lawrence .12, 21 31 _ .48 ...48 ...48 142 142 8 142 ... 31 92, 151 139 98, 142, 149 98 150 . 59 150 _ 55 1 1 _ 59 150 . 59 ... 31 88, 143 100 103 . 59 . 55 103 147 109 140 ... 57 87, 150 151 85 59 20 110. 151 125 59 . 55 143 48 89, 144 97 59 151 142, 172 59 88, 126 . M 47 103 , 98 59, 89, 100 Isenberger, Traci — J— Jackowski, Ted 55 Jackson, Barry 55 Jackson, Betty 16, 98 Jackson, Jackie .59, 84 Jackson, James 32 Jackson, Jerry 123 Jackson, Jim . M2, 109 Jackson, Joe 32, 101, 109, 131 Jackson, Robert ... 69, 111, 123 Jacobe, Deann 57 Jacobi, Michael 59, 111 James, J an is 32 Jameson, Miriam 57, 88, 89, 103, 139 Janssen, Dennis 57 Jefferson, James 48 Jenkins, Clark 60, 111 Jensen, Chris 60 Jensen, Sherry 48 Jepsen, Kathy. 85, 90, 100 Jessen, David. 60, 142 Johansen, Kathi 60 Johansen, Matt 57 Johansen, Robert _ 57 Johns, Steve 60, 100, 122 Johnson, Barb 60, 143, 177 Johnson, Candy 60 Johnson, David 60 Johnson, Diane 57, 88, 98 Johnson, Don 48 Johnson, Elaine ... 57, 88, 95, 140 Johnson, Elizabeth 57, 95 Johnson, Kathy 32, 142, 150 Johnson, Mike 60 Johnson, Kevin 55 Johnson, Martin 32, 50, 142, 150, 176 Johnson, Phil 57, 94 Johnson, Vera 48 Jones, Leland. _ ' V Jones, Owen 9, 74, 96 Jones, Raymond 32 Jones, Vicki 33, 90, 98 Jordan, Jack ....33 Jordan, Sandra 16 Jotzke, Gary Ill julstiom, Peter ... 57 Jurgensen, Dean 55, 94, 108, 116, 131 — K— Kalar, Joyce 57, 88 Kallansrud, Gary 60, 123 Kalsem, Donald _ 60 Kalwishky, Cindy... 60, 84, 86, 87 Kalwishky, Di ane .33, 87, 88, 95, 138, 147, 165, 140 Kanis, Randy 33, 108 Kauppila, Sirpa 33, 72, 88, 89, 90, 150, 151 Keith, Richard 60, 101 Kelaher, Cheri 58 Kelce, Tim 57 Kelly, Cheryl .... 55, 88, 150, 172 Kerns, Marcia 33, 50, 85, 90, 96, 98, 102, 103, 126 Kerns, Ross .60 Key, Brian 55 Kiilinjter, Karl. 13, 142 Kin ery, Joyce 60, 93 Kipper, Wallace 48 Kirby, Cordell 67 Kirkman. Gerald 48 Klaver, Mary Ellen 55, 85, 88, 89, 141, 143 Klemme, Keith 33, 75, 78, 85, 165 Kline, Dennis 48 Klinjf, Nancy Knapp, Barb . 33 Knee, Orval 11 Kness, Dean 57, 95, 131 Knight, Pete 48 Knutson, Rick ... 55, 84, 143 Koch, Calin 33 Koester, Leo .15 Kramer, Debra 55 Kramer, Richard 60 Krause, Anita 33, 98, 142 Kuhlenbeck, Randy 55, 146 Kuhlman, Greg 55, 165 Lacey, Karen Lake, Dave Lajko, Pat Lamb, James Lamb, Nelda La Munyon, Paul Lane, Chuck Lane, Randy Larson, Debbie La Rue, Tom Lavine, Nancie 55, 84, 126, 127, 141, Lawson, Bob . 36, 69, 89, 91 Lawson, Robert Sr. Lazdins, Mika Lazear, Fred Lee, Betty Lee, Florence .. Lee, Rita Lee, William S3 55 ... 33, 50 55, 101 36 55 M 56 36, 140 33 88, 89, 142, 149 84, 87, , 94, 122 10, 91, 94, 122 60, 122 10 36 36 Lehfeld, Charles.. 12 Leong, Angela 55, 150, 151 Leong, Betty.. 60, 150 Lepley, Robert 55 Leveke, Jerry _.48 Leveke, Sue 60, 95, 125, 149 Lewis, Becky _ 55, 88 Lewis, Deborah 60, 143 Lewis, Donald 56 Lewis. Rcvrvrie ♦) ' », 122 Lewis, Ronnie 55, 107, 109 Libby, Prudence _ 48 Lightfoot, Jerry 15, 55 Ligouri, Ann.. 60, 143, 177 Lincoln, Darrell 60 Lincoln, Keith 55 Lindgren, Eugene .48 . 55, 88, 89, 150, 151 —56 56 56, 88 48 56, 94, 110 56, 95 60 66 36, 50, 85 36 Ludwick, Geri 60 Lumley, Michael — 60 Lusk, Don 36, 50, 69, 75, 76, 84, 85, 88, 91, 94, 95, 101, 102, 106, 135 Lusk, Donna _ 56, 98 Lutz, Thomas 17, 94, 123 Lyle, James 17, 94, 114, 116 Lyons, Mayme 7, 88 Linn, Marcia... Lint, Maria Long, Barry Long, Patti Long, Sherry Lorenz, Ray Lossee, Dennis ... Lossee, Laura Louden, Chris Lowe, Dave Loy, Robert. — M— 60 36 .60 36 113, 131 Lees, Bob 36, 134, 136, 137, 143 60, Main, Gary Mainard, Carolyn Malone, Kim _ Man ley, Judy Manning, John 113, 123, 131 Manning, Suzanne 56, 98, 100 Marchant, George.. 36 Marshall, Frank 48 Marshall, Bill 60, 88, 101 Martin, Robert 36 Mascaro, Steve 37 Mashek, Terry 56 Massman, Don 37, 67, 101. 108, 123 May, Carol 37 McBride, Dennis— 37 McCabe, Bernard 37, 50 McCain, Lawrence 60 McCarthy, Dana 60 McCarty, Jill _ 60, 150 McCarty, John 56 McCarty, Linda 37, 84, 134, 150 McCasland. Gary.. 48 McCaughan, Louise 8 McClanahan, Gary 56, 69, 84, 94, 108, 131 McCollum, Mollie 15, 37, 85, 89, 98 McCombs, Jody 19 McCombs, Terry 56, 88, 89, 145, 151 McC onnell. Kathy 56, 149 McCrea, Nancy 37, 98, 99. 135 McCrea, Sue 56, 98 McCrea. William 60 McDermott, Marianne _ 56, 88, 103, 125. 149, 150 McDonald, Anna 60 McDonald, April 56, 89, 92. 95, 142. 150, 151 McDonald, Bill 103 McDonald, Gay 56, 90, 94, 143 McDonald. Jon 37, 101, 106. 131 McDonald, Tim 37, 90, 95, 122, 126. 135. 143 McEwen, Joyce 56 McFarland, Kevin 60 McLain, Phyllis 56 McLeran, John 56, 122 McNeley, Nona ... 37 McNeley, Sheryl 60, 150 McPherson, Dave 60, 143 McVey. Michael 60 Meadows, Lynda 56, 126 Meffert, Wanda 8 Melt veldt, Chris 4 — 197— Pictorial Index Name Page Name Page Name Page Name Page Mcndcnhall, Ann Meneely, Cecil Messer, Belinda. Messer, Gary Messer, Steve ...60, 98 37 . 60, 99 56 37 60 _ 56 60 60 56 Michelson, William Mick, Duania Mick, Trudy Millang, Dawn Miller, Connie Miller, Fred . 22, 38, 94, 101, 106 Miller, Gene . 37, 96, 101, 108 Miller, Jim 38, 101 Miller, Norman 7 Miller, Penny . 56, 149 Milligan, Bobbie 60, 150 Milosevic, Tony 60 Milter, James 48 Mttton, Mark . 56, 94, 113 Minks, Larry 60, 84, 85, 86, 94, 111 Minnick, Jackie 60 Mitchell, LeRoy.. 15 Mittag, Jeff 38, 88, 101, 135 Moberlv, Pat 56, 125, 143, 149, 151 Montgomery, Sara 60 Moon, Berry 38 Moon, Judd 48 Moore, Aleta „ 38 Moore, Gaileen 56, 149 Moore, Karen . 38, 143 Moore, Larry 38 Moore, Orville 60 Moore, Roland 56, 123, 131 Moore, Tom 60, 94, 111 Moran, Camie 56, 89, 139 Morison, Helen 9 Morris, Mary Jo 60, 149 Morris. Shelley ... 60 Morrow, Harold. 60, 123, 126 Morse, Mike 38, 50, 91, 122, 135 Mortensen, Harry 11, 103 Mortice, Tim 56 Mosqueda, Steve ...60 Muell, Mary Helen 17 Mumford, Marcy ...38, 138, 139 Munch, Robert 10 Mundell, Melodee - 56, 88, 89, 144 Munyon, George 60 Munzenmaier, Lynn 60, 66, 84 88 89 Murphy, Terri ... 38, 75, 84, 85 , 87 Mutchler, Debbie 60, 84 Mutchler, Randi 38 — N— Naber, Marie 38 Navin, Paul 56 Neil, Keith 38 Nelson, Doug 39 Nelson, Guy 39, 150 Nelson, Lori 60, 96 Nelson, Michele 39 Nichols, Steve 56, 94, 131 Nicholson, Dave 39, 56 Nodland, Anna _ 39 Nodland, Carol 60, 150 Norem, Darrlyn 56, 103 Nossaman, Casey 60, 150, 165 Nuckolls, Nancy. 60 Nussbaum, Kathy 60, 150 — O— Obrerht. Rent- 39, 150 O ' Connor, Richard 60 O ' Goi-man, Carla 60 O ' Gorman, Patrick 60 Oleson, Bill 39 Oline, Greg 39 Oline, Martin 57 Oline, Marvin 56 Olmstead, Kathy 39, 88, 98, 134, 139 Olney, Tom 47 Osberg, John 56 Osberg, Renee 56, 88 Osborne, Don 39, 135 Ostrem. Kathy 39, 95, 134 Ouverson, Gregg 56 Overholser, Marge 8, 100 Overton, Chuck 39 — P— Page, Keith 60 Palmer, Karen 56 Palmer, Max 9, 21 Palmer, Patti _ 60, 150 Pargo, Juanita.. .60 Parker, Cindy 60 Parker, Robert 56, 131, 142, 143 Parsons, Earl 39, 50, 131, 135, 142 Parsons, Kathy 56, 88, 89, 144, 151 Parsons, LeRoy.. 14 Parsons, Sandy 60, 95, 103, 142, 143 Paschal, Janet 60, 100 Paschall, Roy... 56, 109, 131, 143 Pate, Armel 56 Patterson, Barb 56, 100 Patterson, Robert 60 Patterson, Sue 60, 177 Payne, Chris 39, 88, 98 Payne, Debra 60 Pazzi, Marlena 60 Pennington, Becky 60 Pennington, Linda 56 Pepper, Rick 60, 113, 119 Perkins, Mark 60, 111, 119 Perry, Lowell . 8 Perry, Norma 56, 99, 100 Peters, Janell 60, 85, 143 Peterson, Jane _ 15 Peterson, Elaine 16 Peterson, Jeannine 40, 50, 143 Peterson, Lynda 60 Peterson, Michele 60, 100, 103 Peterson, Mark 60 Peterson, Warren 56, 113 Pettijohn, Jane Ashdown 40, 98 Pfannenstiel, Deborah .... 56, 98, 100 Philips, John 18 Phillips, Janet 56, 98 Philipsen, Donna 56, 88, 89, 103 Philipsen, Jeni 60 Phipps, John 40, 84, 87, 94, 95, 101, 108, 12C Phoenix, Jo ... 40, 99, 150 Phoenix, Phyllis 16 Phoenix, Sue 60 Pickett, Peggy 40 Pike, Beverly 56, 95 Pierick, Tom 40, 150, 151 Pilcher, Dave 40 Pilcher, Pam 80 Pillers, Martin 8 Pilmer, Joyce 40 Plymesser, Jeff 60, 101, 111, 123, 131 Poore, Karen 60, 149 Popiano, Mary 40 Popiana, Rose 60 Poppe, Shelly 40 Porter, Diane _ 40, 50, 140 Potter, Debra 61, 142 Powell, Diane ... 11 Powell, Guy 40, 94, 102, 108, 181 Price, Rodney 56, 108, 115, 117, 131 Prine, Ted 40, 50, 94, 108 Propst, Dennis 41 Pryor, Christina 41, 139 Pugh, Jane 18 Purscell, Richard ei Queener, Marv ft] Quick, Chuck 22, 41, 84, 89, 101 Quinn, John 61, 111, 123 Quinn, Marilyn 17 Quinn, Ray 113, 123, 131 Quinn, Shirley 61 Quinn, Tim — R — Ramsey, Ron 56, 108, 143 Randall, Roberta 61 Randolph, Ann 56 Rapp, Brenda 56 Rathje, Kathy 95 Rauch, Susan 41 Rayman, Christie Priebe 40, 88, 139, 147, 165 Rayman, Randy 61 Reeck, Gloria 41, 85, 86, 88, 98, 134 Reese, Billy 61, 111, 122 Reese, Griff 41, 88, 89, 98, 150, 172 Reese, Kathy 56 Reeves, David 61 Reeves, Kenrie 56, 98, 139 Reeves, Stephen 61 Rekmanis, Aivar 61 Rekmanis, Vizma 56 Reynolds, Jodi....56, 84, 87, 139 Rhiner, Milt 41, 85, 102, 110 Rice, James _ 61 Richie, Terri .... 41 Ridgeway, Jerry.. .10, 94 Rieff, John 61, 96, 102, 122 Rife, Marlene 56, 98, 100 Rinehart, Mark 41 Ritter, Harry 56, 113 Robbins, Debora h 56, 98 Roberts, Connie 56, 125, 149 Rodriguez, Mary... 41 Roff, Andrew . 61, 96 Rogers, Vikki 61 Rollen, Lonnie 56, 101, 110, 115, 117 Rollen, Robin 61 Rollison, Bill... 41, 50, 67, 84, 85, 87, 94, 95, 106, 109, 131 Root, Don 56, 85 Routson, Kathy 56 Roy, Keith 61 Royer, Robert 48 Rubenstein, Rick 56, 96 Rubino, Patrice . 56, 89, 143, 151 Ruby, Rick 56 Russell, Deborah ... 61, 101 Russell, Fred 56 Russell, Lu Ann 61, 100 Russell, Ray 56 Rustan, Rita 61 Rynearson, Debbie ;i — S— Sadler, Bob 41, 88, 147 Sadler, William 61 Sailors, Kathie 16, 56, 145, 146, 150 Salkiewicz, Ann 41, 50, 149 Salsow, Lawrence 18 Sandage, Ann 56 Satre, Mark 41, 50, 96, 143, 151 Sawhill, Debbie 61, 88, 89 Scales, Eddie ...61 Scarcello, Bettina 61 Scarcello, Jim 48 Schade, Donna .61 Scheckel, Patty .... 56 Schlaser, Jane 42, 66, 84, 143, 149 Schmitz, Becky 42, 103 Schnoor, Nancy 61 Schooley, Sue 56 Schwartz, Grant 42, 69, 70, 84, 87, 88, 95, 102, 115, 117, 142, 143, 146 Scott, Robert 56 Sechovec, Melodie 61 Seldon, Jane 42, 88 Sellers, Phyllis 19 Shaeffer, Dorothy 42, 66, 88, 101 Sharp, Edith 18 Shaw, Christina 42, 98 Sheldon, Richard 42 Sheldon, Terri 56, 66, 88, 89, 139 Shelton, Tom 56 Shepard, Tom 61, 142 Sheridan, Thomas _ 56 Shineflew, Ken 56 Sholes, Rebecca 56, 88, 98, 103 Short, Don 42, 84, 88 Short, Steve 61 Sigler, Gary 56 Silk. John 47, 110, 126, 131 Simms, Mary H Simonson, Lisa 61. 125 Singleton, Sam 48, 100, 110, 131 Slater, Tom 61, 119 Smallwood, Connie... 42 Smart, Comaletta 56 Smith, Cheryl 42 Smith, Dallas 11, 113, 119, Smith, Greg Smith, Iva Smith, Jeffrey 61, Smith, Marty 22, 42, 66, 70, 85, 94, 101, 123, 124, Smith, Patricia 56, 99, Smith, Sally 61 Smith, Vicki.. Snethen, Gregory Soil, Jahnell Sommers, Jay Dee 43, 90 98 Sparks, Kathy ' 43 Sparks, Kathy 99, 101, Sparks, Nan 61, Spillers, Mark Spurgeon, Stuart „ Starkovich, Linda 43, 150, Stelpflug, Linda Stephens, Sandy . 43, 84, 86, 88, 98, 100, 134, Stewart, Bob Stewart, Dale Stewart, Diane 43, 60, 88, 91, 135, Stickney, Don ... 56, 94, 116, Stielow, Jim Stitzell, Dave Stockwell, Kathy... 43, 88, 89, Stone, Barb Stone, John 56, Storm, Diane Stout, Jorja 57, 99, Stout. Margaret 43, 50, Strathman, Jeanne Streyfeller, Lawrence Strome, Denise 61, Stubbs, Terald.. Sullivan, Vicki Summers, Jessica 44, 50, Sundell, Darrel 44, Sutton, Jill 57, Swanson, Carol ... 57, 87, 103, Swett, Frances Swink, Christine 57, Swoboda, Jeannie . 57, , 99 117, 131 .42 .57 113 67, 150 150 99 .42 43 .61 50, 134 , 61 102 102 ...43 .61 148, 165 .43 87, 139 .61 .48 85, 139 117 66 .43 134 43 110 .43 100 95 57 .11 150 .61 43 98 113 149 139 ... 9 100 140 Taggart, Janet 88 Tallman, David 57 Tallman, Mark 61 Tate, Opal 57 Taylor, Gary 13, 107 Taylor, Kent 57, 84, 142 Taylor, Stacy 61, 96 Teale, Leota 48 Terrell, Sue 44, 99 Thomas, Al 44, 101 Thomas, Bruce 4X Thomas, Deborah... 57, 84, 88, 98 Thomas, Janet 61 Thomas, Jordy 57 Thompson, Craig 61 Thompson, Jeff 44, 88, 101 Thompson, John 16 Thompson, Sue 61 Thornton, Doris 57, 143 Tilton, Barb.. 61 Tittsworth, Ricki 57, 95, 126, 143 Toigo, Cindy 61 Tomlinson, Mary 61 Townsley, Dee 47 Townsley, Shirley 61. N Treichler, Sam 1H. 101 Triplett, Garnetta 57 Triplett, Sherretta 44 Trout, Mona _ . 57, 102 Tucker, Shelley 61 Tullis, Kathy 44 Turner, Lyle 61 Turner, Lynette 57 Turner, Pam 44 —11— Underwood, Russ 44, 88, 101, 122 Upchurch, Pam .. 57, 88, 89, 100 — 198— Pictorial Index Name Page Page Name Page Name Page -V— Van Arkel, Rick 61 Van Dam, Evelyn 57, 149, 151 Vanni, Beatrice 44, 143 Vasey, Patricia 44 Vaughn, Ronnie 48 Vecchi, Rhonda 44, 84, 89, 98, 144 Venenga, Dwona . 61 Vitiritto, Pete 57 Voegtlin, Sue .57, 139 Vosburg, Sue 61, 125, 150, 169 Wachter, Duane 57, 102 Wadciell, Mary 61 Waddell, Paula 44, M Wade, Deborah 61, 66, 84 Wadsworth, Dennis 57 Wages, Cheryl 61, 150 Walker, Bette 44, 98, 103 Walters, Brenda 61, 100 Wallace, Chuck 45, 69, 84, 85, 88, 94, 101 Wand, Jay 13 Ward, Karla 61 Ward, Kayla . 61, 142 Warner, Mark - 45 Warner, Tom 61 Warren, Debra 57, 100 Warren, Linda 61 Warrick, Bob 22, 45, 88, 89, 143, 176 Waterman, Doug 45 Watley, Wayne 61, 111, 119 W iit s.»n, Tom 45 Wease, Mary 45, 95 Weaver, Karen 45, 88, 89 Weaver, Sue 45, 100 Weaver, Theresa 45, 95, 99 Webb, Ken 22, 45, 94, 102, 122 Webb, Wendell 6 Webb Bey, Tommie 61 Weber, Bonita 57 Weckman, Danny 57 Welch, Denice 61 Welch, Jack 45, 106, 123, 124 Welch. Ron 61, 111. 119. 130, 131 Welker, Robert 48 Wells, Mary 61 Wells, Mike 45 Wells, William 57, 150 Welton, Dave 61, 111 Westlake, Theresa 61, 85, 88 Westrope, Norma 8 Wheaton, Joann 61, 89 Wheeler, Stanley 45 Wheeler, Bill 57, 131 White. Linda 67 Whitney, Kenneth 10, 18, 113, 115 Wickham, James 9, 20 Wickliff, Randi 22, 45, 50, 95. 103, 126, 139, 143 Wickliff, Sandi 57, 85, 86, 92, 139, 151 Wiedemeier, Larry 20 Wike. Cynthia 57, 88, 98 Williams, Debbie 46, 150 Wildman, Irvin.. _...13 Williams, Jesse ,; 1 Williams, Mary 48, 150 Williams, Michael 61, 131 Williams, Nancy 61 Williams, Rachel SI, 150 Willis, Alane 46, 90, 95, 103 Willson, Barb 46, 50. 85, 91, 95, 142, 148 Wilmeth, Elsie 10 Wilson, Becky 46, 134, 150 Wilson, Erma —14 Wilson, Linda 100 Wilson, Michael 61, 96 Wilson, Raelene 61 Wilson, Vicki 46 Wolfe, Amber 61 Wolfe, Bruce. 46 Wong, Frank 61, 128 Wong, Linda 46 Wong, Mary. 46, 150 Wood, Patty 46 Woods, Louis 61 Woody, Bonny. 46, 85, 88. 89, 145 Woodyard, Jim 46 Wo r den, Eugene 11 Worley, Kim 61 Worster, Connie 85, 149 . . ster, Lee 34, 46, 98, 100, 142 Wright, Diana 46, 50, 51, 95, 103, 142. 177 Wright, Hugh 46, 75, 84, 85, 88, 95, 102, 143 Wright, Morgan r »l -Y— Yaw, Dorothy.. 47 Young, Janyce —61, 84. 99 Young, Jean 55, 141, 142 Young, Lucy 61 — 199— Autogra —200—


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