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

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1 A i- Polar Bear 1971 North High School Des Moines, Iowa Cover designed by Vo«QtUn. One... Clinging together in triumph and sadness. North withstood the pressures of outside criticism and because we believed in ourselves and our school, we remained as one. Working towards this goal, we were determined not to let our size lessen our spirit. We displayed as much enthusiasm as possible — at games, in school activities and in our academic life. We found it easier to form close relationships with one another. The many memories that each of us will treasure for years to come are held in this book. Through these pages we bring together all the experiences we have shared ... as one. « io North High FooTewu- jE ► LTHOUGW The Iris Hav£ j5£t THe POLAR BEARS Will Grecn With Envy Students Stand Together As One As a student body, North High was one. We started the year by developing a tremendous amount of school pride, pride in what we stood for. De- spite our low enrollment we supported North as if we were 9,000 instead of 900. Any crises we en- countered during the year we faced together; not as seniors, juniors, and sophomores, but as North High. We became involved in school activities — Home- coming, assemblies, mixers. Student Council. And up until the end of the 70-71 school year we stood together as one for North High. —9— HOMECOMING 1970 Homecoming week, October 25-30, started off with a bang when the car bash was held. A pep rally on the front lawn, and mums also signified Home- coming activities. Friday night a car parade from North to Williams Stadium started weekend festivities. Everyone watched as North defeated Tech. Saturday night the dance was held and Elaine Johnson reigned as Home- coming queen while Rob Garver became Mr. Football. The " Last Shades of Dawn " provided music for the dance. Mr. Football candidates were Rob Garver, Kelly Evans, and Cordell Kirby. CORDELL KIRBY A PLACE FOR US " The Stupendous Six sing one of their original tunes at a pep assembly. Pep Assemblies Boost North High Pride School spirit plays an impor- tant role in the student life of a high school. And pep assem- blies help to boost that school spirit. This year, our student body was presented with a vari- ety of exciting and entertaining programs. Original skits, guest speakers, music, marching, and a whole lot of cheering charac- terized these programs. Nancie Lavine and Judy Berwick .now tr.Lir pep and enthusiasm at o victory assembly. —12— A group of brave senior girls presented the Senior Skit for the Spirit Week assembly. Each girl donned the pajamas of a football player and performed a hilarious skit for the student body. Students weren ' t the only participants in the pep assem- blies. Another contributing factor was the willingness of the faculty to perform in vari- ous skits and programs. Near right: The first assembly of the football season made a big splash — especially on Mr. Webb. One of the highlights of the year was a visit by a musical group, the Trust Company, who presented a pro- gram of modern rock music. Also in the music field, the Drake University Choir, under the direction of Allan Lehl, performed for the student body. Other individual speakers who spoke for various assemblies are featured on this page. DR. DWIGHT DAVIS Superintendent of Schools LOUIS WOLTERS Drake University DOLPH PULLIUM KRNT Sports RON BEAVER General Motors -14— T E No«TM Hi H FcareniL Although The Jrish Hav£ btt THt POLA R " bears Greetn With Envy Tor During Spirit Week assembly, football players read giant telegram from spirited Northites. " We Have A Love For You That Will Never Die . . . " Student Council Goal: Make NHS One! A student council ' s main objective is to legislate in a fashion which is representative of the entire school. Active was the word for this year ' s council. The council sponsored a number of activities: Spinster ' s spree. Christmas party for day care children, and Road Runner cartoons. In general, Student Council achiev- ed its goal in unifying the student body. COmCARfOON nSJIVALS Costume winner uf tht spinster ' s spree were Sheri Lien and Don Smothers. students listen attentively at the Inter-City Student Council meeting hosted by North. — 17 — r .ungry girls anticipate Pancake Day. Pancake Day A Success Pancake sales this year netted over $1700. Juniors led the sales, sophomores second and seniors third. Proceeds from Pancake Day will help buy sports equipment, sponsor recognition banquets and after game dances, help provide buses for the band, and many other worthwhile projects. Leading in the selling of tickets was Mrs. Baldwin ' s homeroom, and the top honor for individual sales went to David Carter of Homeroom 124. Student Council members sell pancake tickets before school. —18— North Hosts Brazilian Exchange Student Our foreign exchange student this year was hAar a Virginia Martins. Her honne is in Bra- zilia, Brazil, and she made her home with Laura Hockett for six months. Virginia, as she preferred to be called, had a full schedule of gym, government, choir, art, speech and drama, and English. Happiness At North High Is . . . ... a successful Spinster ' s Spree. —19— Happiness Is . . . finding your yoyo in the rafters of the new library. ... a new library. Although some students won t be here to take advantage of the new facilities, it is hoped that the library will be completed by next fall. Some of the features of the new library will be listening booths, which will be used to view films and slides and listen to records, green carpeting, a lounge, and a larger working area. The library will be completely modern and will provide better materials for students. Black H.Story Week To %e Celebr t, H East High Scroll Hi taking time out for a lough! 32 uffs on a good guy —20— Senior Class Officers Steve Nichols Katy Diehl Steve Nichols Gay McDonald Sandi Wickliff Vance Hawthorne Dennis Wadsworth Kelly Evans Ellen Bushnell Kathy Diehl President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Treasurer Boys Representative Girls Representative Girls Representative All work and no ploy mokes seniors dull officers. Gay McDonald Ellen Bushnell Russ Darr Sandi Wickliff Vance Howthur ABBEY, JACQUELINE MICHELE Dolphins 3, 4, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Art Committee 3, 4; Socio! Committee 7. ALEXANDER, KATHLEEN M. Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 8; Library Assist- ant 7, 8; Golf 6, 8; Foreign Exchange Com- mittee 3, 4, 5; Future Secretary Treasurer 7; Secretory 8; Prom Committee 8; Senior Mixer Committee. ANCELL, JEANNE MARIE All-City Student Council 3, 4; Student Coun cil Member 3, 4; Cheerle )ding 5, 6, 7, 8 Future Teachers 3, 4; Model U.N. 6, 8 Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 7 Princess 5; Register Reporter 5, 6; Spanish Club 3, 4; United Nations Trip 6; Art Com- mittee 5, 6; Pep Board 7, 8; Social Com- mittee 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 5; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Feature Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Editor-in-Chief 8; Tennis 6, 8; Exchange Day 6; Intra-Murals 3, 4; Girl ' s Swim Timers 3, 4; Ondine Makeup 5; Cheer- leoding Captain 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. BAKER, ROBERT A. Boys ' Club 4; Co-op 7, 8; DECA 7, 8; Cross Country 3; Audio-Visual 6, 7, 8. BALLARD, LEVI WAYNE BISHOP, JAMES RUSSELL ANDERSON, JAMES BLUMER, MARSHA SUE Co-op 7, 8; Pep Club 3, A, b. 6, 7; Art Committee 3, 4, 5; Homeroom President 4; Office Assistant 5. ANDERSON, RHONDA KAY Student Council Member 6; Future Teachers 3, 4; Kadets , 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; U.N. Trip 6; French Club 3, 4; Art Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4, 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Home- room President 7; Office Assistant 5; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle SF orts Editor 7; Life Soving 6; Girls ' Softball 7; Thespians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. BOBENHOUSE, ANNETTE JEANNE Student Council Secretary 7; Class Repre- sentative 5; Member 5, 7; Kodet 4, 5, 6, 7 , 8; Assistant Kadet Colonel 7 , 8; Model U.N. 6, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Pep Board 5; Sophomore Mixer 5; French Club 5, 6; Homeroom Vice- President 8; Library Assistant 5; Tennis 4; Makeup Skin of Our Teeth 4, Ondine 5. ASWEGAN, JANE A. Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Secretaries ' Treasurer 7, Secretary 8; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Treasurer 6; Nurse Assistant 7, 8; Mame Cast 8. BOLDEN, KEVIN MILES Choir 7 , 8; Baseball 6; Cross Country 5; Track 6; Basketball 6; Mame 8. —24 — BORWICK, JUDITH ANN Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 7, 8; Home- room Secretary 6; Oracle Reporter 6; Sports Editor 7, 8; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4; Makeup, Skin of Our Teeth 4; Ondine 5; Cast, Up the Down Staircase 7; Costume, Arsnic and Old Lace 8; Mame Cast 8; Monitor 5, 6; Exchange Day 6, 8; Inter-school Exchange Cedor Rapids 6; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. BREWER, KENNETH OWEN Student Council Member 6; Homeroom Presi- dent 6; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4. BREWTON, CHERYL JOY Office Assistant 8. BROWN, NEIL SIDNEY Lettermens Club 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer 5; Library Assistant 3; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4,v tra-M rals 3, A, b, 6. BUHRMASTER, SHERRY JEAN Student Council 3, 4, 5, 6; German Club 5, 6, 7, 8, President 7, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Socio! Committee 3, 4, 5; Sopho- more Mixer Committee 7; Homeroom Presi- dent 3, 4; Vice-President 6, 7. BURCH, LINDA ANN Future Homemaker Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Finance Committee 5, 6; Socio! Committee 3, 4, 5; Ushers Committee 6; Nurses Assistants 7. BROMMEL, CYNTHIA LOUISE BROWN, DON CHAVEL Student Council Vice President 8, Member 8; German Club 4; Model U.N. 6; United Nations Trip 6; Art Committee 7, 8; Open House 7, 8; Bond 3, 4; Orocle Reporter 6, 7, 8; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8; Cross Country 3, 5; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; South Pacific Cast 4; Ondine Cost 6; Arsenic and Old Lace Cost 8; Mome 8. BROWN, JAMISINA SHIRLEY Homeroom President 3, 8. BURK, KAREN Co-op 7; Future Secretary 5, 6; Pep C!ub 3, 5; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7; Homeroom Treasurer 6. BUSHNELL, MARY ELLEH Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Day Care Com- mittee 7; Exchonge Day Student 7, 8; Red Cross 1 , 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 7; Choir 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; All-State Chorus 5; Madrigal 3, 4, 5, 6; Mixed Quartet 3, 4, 5, 6; Cham- ber Choir 3, 4; Debate 3; Senior Class Girls Representotive 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Prom Committee 8. CALHOUN, JAMES EDWARD Student Council Member 5, 6, 8; Closs Representative 6; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 8; Lettermens Club 7, 8; Model U.N. 6, 8 Sponish Club 5, 6; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, Sophomore Mixer 7; Homeroom President 5, 8- Vice-President 3, 7; Oracle Reporter 7, 8 Boseba!! 4, 6, 8; Golf 4; Basketball 3, 4, 5 Intro-Murals 6; Audio Visual 7, 8. BROWN, MARTIN CLARK Homeroom Treasurer 7, 8. CAMP, VICTORIA LEE Pep Club 3, 4. —25— CAMPBELL, PAMELA JO Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 3, 4, 5; Ushers 3, 4, 5; Homeroom Vice-President 4, 5; Treas- urer 6; Tennis 4. CARPENTER, CAROL LYN Co-op 7, 8 ;Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 4, 5; Library Assistant 7; Office Assistant 7. CARTER, DAVID LOUIS CLINTON, DAVID ANDREW COLEMAN, VENUS C. Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; Madrigal 3, 4; Homeroom Library Assistant 7; Mame Choir 5. 6, 7; Treasurer 3, 4; Cast 8. COLLIER, TERESA JOANN CASHATT, RANDY RAY CONN, CHRISTI LEE Co-op 7, 8; Pep Club 3, A, 5; Homeroom Secretary 3, 4, 5; Nurse Assistant 3, 4, 5, 6; Office Assistont 7, 8; Student Leader 7. CATE, JANET DEANE Student Council Member 8; Cheerleading 5, 6; Future Secretary 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; United Nation ' s Trip 6; French Club 3, 4; Art Committee 3, 4; Exchange Student 5, 6, Service Committee 3, 4; Social Committee 5, 7, 8; Homeroom President 8; Vice-President 6; Secretary 3, 4, 5, 7; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4; Senior Mixer Committee 8. CHRYSTAL, JOHN GREGORY German Club 7, 8; Library Assistant 6, 7; Track Manager 4. CONVERSE, JANET PHILLIPS Student Council Member 3; Future Secretary 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; Choir 5, 8; Homeroom President 3; De- bate 4. 1 I CONVERSE, LEWIS H., JR. CHUMLEY, STEVE COOK, JOHN ALLEN Concession Stand 3, 4, 6; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Intro-Murals 3, 4, 5. —26— CORRICK, SUSAN RAE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Library Assistant 3, 4; The Skin of Our Teeth Makeup 4; Mame Cast 8. COTTRILL, LuANN Girls Glee Club 4; Choir 5, 6. COX, BRENT ALAN Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Lettermens Club 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Audio- Visual 7, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, b, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Intro- Murals 6. CRAM, ROBERT LYNN All-City Student Council 7, 8; Member 6, 7, 8; German Club 4, 5, 6; Lettermens Club 5, 6, 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6; Finance Committee 6; Homeroom President 6, 7, Vice-President 5; Treasurer 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Golf 4, 6, 8; Basketball 4; Intra- Murals 3, 6; Arsenic and Old Lace Cost 8; Mame 8; Culver Military Academy 3. CRAWFORD, STEVEN CRAIG CROOKSHANK, MARY ELLEN Future Secretary 5; Pep Club 3, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sponish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Prom Committee 8. CURL, LeROY Co-op 1 , 8; DECA 1, 8. DAMERVILLE, DIANA LYNN DECA 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Ex- change Student 3, 4, 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Office Assistant 5, 6. Student Council Vice-President 7; Member 7 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Lettermens Club 6, 7, 8; Model U.N. 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Day Care 7; Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 3, 4, 8; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Swimming 5, 6, 7, 8; Basketball 3, 4. DANIELS, KATHY JEAN DARR, RUSS E. Kiwanis 7, 8; Ushers 3, 4; Homeroom V»ce- President 3, 4, 7; Treasurer 5; Baseball 4; Golf 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Intra-Murals 6; Boys State 6; Senior Class Boys Repre- sentative 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. DAVIS, JOSEPH KENNETH Boys Club 3, 4, 5; Homeroom President 8; Treasurer 4; Oracle Reporter 6; Orocle Busi- ness Staff 7, 8; Polar Beor Business Stoff 7, 8; Band 3; Choir 8; Thespions 5, 6, 7, 8; South Pacific Cast 4; Arsenic and Old Lace Cast 8; Mame 8. DAY, JAMES ROBERT OrcKle Business Staff 5, 6, 7; Polar Bear Business Staff 8. DAY, RAYMOND EDWARD Student Council Member 7; Homeroom President 7; Treasurer 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 5; Swimming Manoger 3, 4, 5, 6. —27— DEMPEWOLF, JENNIFER ELIZABETH Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Girls Glcc Club 5, 6, 7; Choir 1 , 8. ENGLE, PATRICIA ANN Flog Twirlers 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8; Social Committee s ' 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7. DIEHL, KATHRYN ANN Student Council Member 5, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 8; Assistant Secretary 5; French Club 3, 4; Social Com- mittee 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Homeroom President 5, 8; Treasurer 7; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 8; Senior Class Girls Representative 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. DOHERTY, JOHN STEPHEN Student Council President 7; All-City Coun- cil 7; Member 3, A, 6, 7, 8; Lettermens Club 6, 7, 8; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Model U.N. 6; United Na- tions Trip 6; Sear ' s Teen Board 7, 8; Day Care 7; Exchonge Student 7; Open House Committee 7, 8; Pep Board 7; Social Com- mittee 7, 8; Homeroom President 3, 4, 6; Treasurer 8; Cross Country 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Manager 5, 6; Intra- Murals 6; Life Saving 6, 8; Mome Cast 8. DUNN, LORETTA LURENE Future Homemakers 3. ENNIS, JANET LOUISE Co-op 7, 8; Future Secretary 5, 6, 1, 8; French Club 3, 4; Homeroom Treasurer 8. ETTER, PAULA ANNE Student Council Member 4, 5; Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8; Model U.N. 6, 8; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Teen Queen 6; Governor ' s U.N. Day 7; Day Care 5, 6; Exchonge Student 6; Service Commit- tee 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Madrigal 5, 6; Mixed Quartet 5, 6; Homeroom Presi- dent 4, 5; Vice-President 8; Secretary 3; Oracle Reporter 7; Oracle Feature Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Tennis 6; Student Leader 5, 6. EVANS, KELLY RANDOLPH DYER, MARCIA JANE Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Social Committee 5; Homeroom Secretory A, 5. 6, 7, 8; Library Assistant 7, 8. FAZIO, MARY PATRICIA Student Council Member 7; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7, 8; Homeroom President 7; Secretary 5, 6. EAKINS, PAMELA SUE Co-op 7, 8; Dolphins 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Garden Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Day Care 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Sophomor e Mixer Com- mittee 5; Homeroom Secretary 3, 4, 8; Treasurer 7; Library Assistants 6, 7; Office Assistant A, 5; Swimming 3, 4; Life Saving EBNER, MARIAN JO Homeroom Secretary 7, 8; Library Assistant 3, A, 5, 6. FAZIO, TERRI MARIE Cheerleading 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 5, 6; Choir 7; Homeroom Secretary 7; Treasurer 5, 6. FEELEY, JEFFREY DENNIS —28— FENIMORE, TERRY D. Band 3, 4, 5; Library Assistant 8; Mame Cast 8. FICK, DUANIA LEE Co-op 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 8. GILCHRIST, GARY CLARK GRAEBER, GLENDA KATHERINE Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 7, 8; Art Commit- tee 5; Social Committee 4, 5; Homeroom Secretary 3, 4; Girls S wim Timer 4, 6. FISHER, BARRY VINCENT Boys Club 3, 4; Ushers 3, 4, 5; Library Assistant 3, 4; Football 3; Intra-Mural 3, 4; Life Saving 4. GRAY, IVAN A. Model U.N. 6; Homeroom President 8; Vice-President 6, 7; Track 4, 6; Basketball 3, 4, 5; Intra-Murols 6. FRANK, MARGIE DeANN Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 8; French Club 3, 4; Day Care Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8. GRAY, JAN RAE . . . „ Student Council Member 6; Pep Club 4, 5, 6, 7; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Social Com- mittee 5; Homeroom President 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8. GAMBLE, JACQUELYN ELIZABETH Pep Club 3. GARVER, ROBERT BRIAN Student Council President 8; All-City Council 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Letter- mens Club 7; Mr. Football 7; Art Committee 8; Day Care 7; Exchonge Student 4; Social Committee 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Homeroom President 3, 4; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Basketball 3, 4; Stu- dent Leoder 3, 4, 5. GIBSON, MARY ELLEN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 8; French Club 3, A, 5, 6; Doy Care 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Girls Glee Club 4; Choir 5, 6, 1 , 8; Chamber Choir 3, 4; Homeroom Treas- urer 7; Nurse Assistant 7; Office Assistant 6; Girls Swim Timers 5, 6, 7, 8; Mame Cost 8. GREEN, MARTY CHARLES Choir 7, 8; Hall Monitor 5, 6, 7, GREENFIELD, GREG C. Football 3; Stage Crew 3. GRIFFIN, DANIEL H. , o Student Council Treasurer 8; Member 8; Lettermens Club 7; Spanish Club 5, 6; Day Care 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Homeroom Vice-President 3, 4; Treasurer 5, 6; Hall Monitor 5, 6, 7; Baseball 4, 6, 8- Football 3, 5, 7; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6. —29— Senior Mixer, and Swim and Luau GRIFFITH, CHARLES EDWARD GULICK, PATRICIA JOSEPHINE GUTHRIE, ROSEMARY HAYS, DAVID L. Co-op 7, 8; DECA 7, 8; Football 3. HEARIOLD, DOROTHY ANN HARBER, CAROLYN Finance Committee 3, 6; Social Committee 3, 5; Band 3, 4; Stage Band 3; Honor Band 4; Intra-Murals 3, 4. HAWTHORNE, DEREK VANCE " Computer Club 3, 4; Lettermens Club 7, 8; Spanish Club 7; United Nations Trip 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Homeroom President 7; Vice-President 5, 8; Treasurer 3; Baseball 4; Footboll 3, 5, 7; Basketball 3 4; Student Council 7, 8; Intra-Murals 5, -6,1, 8; Hall Monitor 7, 8; Senior Class Boys Representative 8. HAWTHORNE, HOWARD STEVEN Band 3, 4, 5; Swimming 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 6. HENRY, BEVERLY JEAN Student Council Member 6; Future Nurses 3, 4; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Homeroom President 6. HERROLD, JANET DIANE Student Council Member 3, 4; Future Sec- retory 7, 8; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7. b. Secretary 5, 6, President 7, 8; United No- tions Trip 6; Art Committee 5, 6; Pep Boord 7, 8; Social Committee 3, A, 5, 7, 8; Home- room President 3, 4; Oracle RepK rter 6, 7, 8; Mailing ond Distribution Editor 7, 8; Polar Bear Academics ond Organization Section 8; Intra-Murals 3, 4; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretory 3, 4, President 5, 6; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. HEUSS, JUDITH LOUISE Class Representative 6; Student Council Member 6; Germon Club 3, 4; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Com- mittee 3, A, 5, 6; Pep Boord 5, 6; Sociol Committee 3, A, 5, 7; Homeroom Treasurer. HICKS, DEBRA KAY Co-op 7, 8; Future Secretary 7, 8; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 3, 8; Homeroom Treosurer 8; Nurse Assistont 7. HAY, DAVID LAWRENCE HILDEBRAND, MICHAEL PHILLIP Boys Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Audio Visual Committee 6. —32— HILL, KENNETH WAYNE HOOD, SUSAN A. Pep Club 3, 4; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4; Insect Comedy Cost 3. HILLARD, ANN MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Choir 5, 6, 1, 8; Foreign Exchange Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; President 7, 8; Up The Down Staircase Mokeup 7; Mome Cost 8. HOPKINS, BECKY SUE Student Council Member 7; Future Teachers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; United Na- tions Trip 6; Art Committee 4; Social Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Chairman 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Madrigal 6; Girls Softball 7; South Pacific Cast 4; Mame 8; Cap and Gown Committee 8. HOCKETT, LAURA ANNE German Club 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Exchange Student 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 4, 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Homeroom President 5; Vice- President 6; Foreign Exchange Student Ger- many 6; Up the Down Stoircase Cast 7; Debate 5, 7. HOUSTON, DAVID FRANKLIN Lettermen ' s Club 1, 8; Model U.N. 6; United Nations Trip 6; Art Committee 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Home- room President 3, 4, 6, 8; Library Assistant 6, 7; Boseball 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Bosket- ball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Intro-Murals 6, 7; Debate 3, 4; Art 1 , 8; Mame Cost 8. HOFFMAN, BETTY JEAN Office Assistant 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Ushers 6, 7; Future Secretaries 5, 6; Spanish Club 5, 6; DECA 8. HOHL, DEBORAH KAY Student Council Member 8; Social Commit- tee 4, 5; Homeroom President 8; Secretary 7; Office Assistant 5, 6; Girls Swim Timers 5, 6, 7, 8; Ondine Costume 5; South Pacific Make Up 4. 4 i. SP HUBBART, RICHARD L., JR. Boseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4. HUDNALL, LARRY THOMAS Ushers 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 4; Stage Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Wrestling 3. H0LLIN6SW0RTH, STEVE E. Student Council Member 3, 6, 7; Usher Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Mixed Quartet 3, 4; Homeroom President 3, 6, 7; Vice-President 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Debate 3, 4. HOLSTE, JUDY ANN Dolphins 3, 4; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Majorettes 5, 6, 7, 8; Captain 6, 1, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Day Care 7; Finance Committee 6; Pep Board 7, 8; Red Cross 7, 8; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Homeroom Vice-President 5; President 4; Oracle Advertisement Editor 6, 7; Intro-Murals 3, 5. HULL, MARILYN SUE Future Secretary 7, 8; Vice-President 8; Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Fi- nance 5, 6, 7; Social Committee 5, 7; Home- room Secretary 6; Orocle Reporter 6; Oracle Page Editor 7, 8; Polar Bear Activities Edi- tor; Life Saving 6; Girls Swim Timers 7, 8; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; Mome Cost 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. HUMMER, JAMES RENE ' Student Council Treasurer 7; United Nations Trip 6; Finance Committee 7; Ushers 5, 6, 7; Homeroom Vice-President 3, 4; Oracle Re- porter 6; Swimming 3, 4; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; President 7, 8; Cast Ondine 5; Take Her She ' s Mine 6; Night Must Fall 6; Up The Down Staircase 7; Mame 8; Arsenic ond Old Lace Director 8. —33— HUTCHISON, JEAN VIRGINIA Kodets 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 7; Girls Swim Tinr ers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. JACKSON, BARRY A. JOHNSON, ELAINE MARIE Student Council Member 3, 7; Dolphins 3, 4; Flog Twirlers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Assistont Coptain 7, 8; Homecoming Queen 7; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6, President 6; Younkers Teen Board 5, 6; Art Committee 3, 4, 5; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 7 8; Ushers 3, 4; Homeroom President 3, 7; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Feature Poge Editor 7; Polar Bear Assist- ant Editor 8; Intra-Murals 8; Thespians 6, 7, 8; Take Her She ' s Mine Cast 6; Ondine 5; Thespian Secretary 7; Treosurer 8; Mame Cast 8. JOHNSON, ELIZABETH ANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 5, 6; Nurse Assistant 7, 8. X. JACKSON, JERRY WILLIAM Football 3; Wrestling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. JAMESON, MIRIAM JO Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sophomore Representative 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Homeroom Secretary 5; Treasurer 4; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Page Editor 7, 8; Polar Bear Senior Section 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Girls Swim Timers 5, 6; Girls Softball 7; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8. JANSSEN, CONNIE JO Future Secretary 3, 4; Future Teochers 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Art Committee 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 3, 4. JANSSEN, DENNIS JOSEPH JOHNSON, DIANE KAY Co-op 7, 8; Future Secretary 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4; Social Committee 5. JOHNSON, KEVIN C. JOHNSON, PHIL J. Boys Club 4, 5; Band 3, 4; Boseball 6, 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Intra-Murals 5, 6. JUGENHEIMER, SALLY RENEE German Club 5; Lettermens Club 6, 7, 8; Secretary 7; Pep Club 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6; Social Committee 3, 4; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 8; Stage Band 7, 8; Student Band Director 8; Golf 4, 6, 8. JULSTROM, PETER ERIC Social Committee 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4; Cross Country 7; Track 8; Intra-Murals 6; Mame Cast 8. JURGENSEN, DEAN ALAN Boys Club 5, 6; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 3, 5; Track 4, 6; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6. —34— KALAR, JOYCE JOANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 4, 5; Office Assistont 4, 5. KELLY, CHERYL ANNE Flag Twirlers 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5, 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 3, 5; Treasurer 4. KIRBY, CORDELL R. KLAVER, MARY ELLEN All-City Student Council 7, 8; Member 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Treasurer 7; Rope Jumpers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-Captain 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Com- mittee 5, 6; Doy Care 5, 7; Social Commit- tee 5, 7; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Orchestra 4, 8; Home- room President 6; Vice-President 5; Ex- change Student 6, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Orocle Assistant Editor 7; Life Saving 6; Girls Swim Timers 6; Prom Committee 8; Polar Bear Talents Editor. KNESS, DEAN A. KNUTSON, RICHARD LON Student Council Member 5; U.N. Trip 6; Art Committee 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Orchestra 4; Stage Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Homeroom Presi- dent 5; Vice-President 8; Treasurer 3; Wrestling 3, 4, 5; Mame Cast 8. KRAMER, DEBRA LYNN Computer Club 3; Future Teachers 3, Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6. KUHLENBECK, RANDALL STEVEN Take Her, She ' s Mine Cast 6; Up The Down Staircase 7. KUHLMAN, GREG Stage Committee 5, 6, 7, 8; Usher Com- mittee 6, 7; Choir 3, 4; Baseball 8; Intra- Murals 5, 6; Thespians 5, 6, 7, 8; Up The Down Staircase Cast 5, Ondine Cast 6, Mame Cast 8. LAKE, DAVID WAYNE Student Council Member 3, 4; Football 3; Intra-Murols 5, 6. LAMB, JAMES DENNIS Social Committee 3, 4; Basketball Manager 3, 4, 5. LANE, KATHY JO Pep Club 3, 4; Homeroom Vice-President 4. LANE, RANDY EUGENE LAVINE, NANCIE JEAN Student Council Member 5, 8; Dolphins 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jump ers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, Co-Captain 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Pep Board 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Drum Mojor 7, 8; Homeroom President 5, 8, Vice-President 4; Office Assistant 7; Orocle Reporter 6; Orocle Page Editor 6; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 4; Girls Swim 4; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4; Orchestra 8; Prom Committee 8. —35— LEONG, ANGELA Pep Club 7; United Nations Trip 6; Governor U.N. Doy 7; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Madrigal 6. LORENZ, RAYMOND THOMAS Boys Club 5, 6; Homeroom Treasurer Football 3, 5, 7. LEPLEY, ROBERT WILLIAM Boys Club 3, 4, 6, 7; Gun Club 5, 6; Home- room Treosurer 4; Oracle Business Staff 7, 8; Polar Bear Business Staff 8; Mame Cast LOUDON, CHRISTOPHER DAVID LEWIS, BECKY SUE DECA 7; Pep Club 3, 5; Social Committee 4, 5. LUSK, DONNA J. Future Secretary 3, A, 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Day Care 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4, 5; Homeroom Secretary 4. LINN, MARCIA MAY Student Council Member 3, 4, 8; Flag Twirlers 6, 7, 8; Model U.N. 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6; Art Committee 5, 6; Finance Committee 7, 8; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Sopho- more Mixer Committee 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Madrigal 3, 4; Home- room President 3, 4, 8; Library Assistant 8; Thespians 7, 8; Cast — South Pacific 4, Up the Down Staircase 7, Mame 8; Insect Comedy — Costume 5; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8. MALONE, KIM ARMEDA LINT, MARLA BECKY Co-op 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 8. MANNING, SUZANNE ELAINE Future Secretary 6, 7, 8; Treosurer 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Exchange Student Committee 5, 6; Red Cross Committee 7, 8; Vice-President 8; Homeroom Treasurer 7; Library Assistant 7, 8; Nurse Assistant 7, 8; Office Assistant 5, 6; Senior Mixer Commit- tee 8. LONG, BARRY W. Swimming 3, 4. McCABE, ROBERT JAMES McCLANAHAN, GARY GENE Student Council Member 3, 5, 7; Boys Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Lettermens Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Monitor 7; Social Committee 3, 4, 7, 8; SophorTKjre Mixer Committee 7; Homeroom President 3, 5, 7; Vice-President 4; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Intra-Murals 5, 6. LONG, PATTI MARIE Future Teachers 3, 4, 5; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Homeroom Vice-President 3, 4; Girls Softball 7; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 8. —36— McCLINTIC, MICHAEL LEE McCOMBS, TERRY ANNE Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 3; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumpers 3, 4; United Nations Trip 6; Art Committee 3, 4, 5; Red Cross 3; Social Committee 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Band 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 5, 1, 8; Orocle Re- porter 6, 7; Sports Editor 8; Girls Swim Timer 5; Make-up: South Pacific 4; Ondine 5; Take Her She ' s Mine 6; Up the Down Staircase 7; Mome Cast 8; French Club 3; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Exchange Day 6, 8; March of Dimes Representative 5, 6. McCONNELL, KATHLEEN MARIE McCREA, SUE MARIE Future Secretary 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Insect Comedy Cast 4; Up The Down Staircase Cast 7. McDERMOTT, MARIANNE JUNE Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Lettermens Club 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Day Care Committee 7; Red Cross 7, 8; Social Committee 5; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 6; Vice-President 7; Life Saving 6; Girls Swim- ming 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Girls Swim Timers 5, 6, 7, 8; South Pacific Cast 4; Mame Cast 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. McDonald, april ann student Council Member 7, 8; Model U.N. 6, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Treasurer 5, 6; United Nations Trip 6; Art Committee 5, 6; Day Care Committee 7; French Club 3, 4, 5; Pep Board 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Teen Town Committee 6, 7, 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6; ;Orchestra 4; Oracle Re- porter 6; Editor-in-Chief 7, 8; Tennis 4; South Pacific Orchestra 4; Vice President 5, 6; Quill and Scroll 7, 8. McDonald, gay l. student Council Member 4, 6, 8; Boys Club 6; Lettermens Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Ushers Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage Band 5, 6; Mixed Quartet 6, 8; Honor Band 8; Homeroom President 4, 6; Vice- President 3, 5; Oracle Reporter 6, 1. 8; Polar Bear Sports Editor 8; Baseball A, 6, 8; Golf 4, 6, 8; Intra-Murals 5, 6; Senior Class Vice-President 8; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Senior Luau Committee Co-Chairman. McEWEN, JOYCE MARIE Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Sponish Club 7; Exchange Student Committee 3, 4; Office Assistant 6, 7. McLAIN, PHYLLIS JEAN Pep Club 3, 4, 7; Co-op 7. McVEY, MIKE MEADOWS, LYNDA MAY Lettermens Club 7, 8; Pep Club 4, 7; Office Assistant 4, 8; Tennis 4, 6, 8; Student Leader 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Debate 5, 6. MENDENHALL, ANN MARIE MESSER, GARY MILLER, PENNY Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Co-op 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Spanish Club 3; Office Assistant 8; Girls Swim Team 3, 4. —37— Seniors Get It Together!! North guys get snowed again! —38— Seniors Achieve Academic Honors UPPER 3% — Row One: Mary Ellen Klaver, Jchn Doherty, Sue Corrick Row Two: Elizat cth Johnson, April McDonald, Annette Bobenhouse, Beverly Henry. UPPER 15% — Row One: Debbie Phannestiall, Becky Hopkins, Kathy Alexander, LuAnne Cottrill, Jean Young, JoAnne Harvey, Jan Cote, Angelo Leong. Row Two: Paula Etter, Kathy Sailors, Marcia Lynn, Jodi Reynolds, Pot Moberly, Darryin Norem, Ann Randolph, Ann Hilliard, Pot Smith. Row Three: Margie Frank, Jeonne Ancell, Louie Danes, Rick Rubenstein, Kathy Diehl, Rick Knutson, Janet Herrold. Row Four: Paul Novine, Fred Pascholl, Bob Crom, Debbie Thomas, Ren ne Osberg, Patrice Rubino, Sondi Wickliff. —39— MILTON, MARK DOUGLAS Boys Club 5, 6; Lettermens Club 7; Cross Country 5, 7; Tennis 4, 6, 8. MOBERLY, PATRICIA ANN Student Council Member 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Lettermens Club 7, 8; Treasurer 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; United Notions Trip 6; Exchange Student 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 7, 8; Treas- urer 6; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Assistant Editor 7, 8; Intra-Murals 6; Life Saving 4; Girls Swim Team 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Senior Luau Committee 8. MORAN, CAMILLA DIANE Student Council Member 5; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Student Ex- change Day 6; Art Committee 5, 6; Day Core Committee 7; Social Committee 7, 8; Homeroom President 5; Vice-President 6; Girls Swim Timer 6; Homecoming Princess 7; Prom Committee 8; Senior Mixer Com- mittee 8. 5, MUNDELL, MELODEE M. Student Council Member 3; Cheerleading 6; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4, 5, 6; Art Committee 5, 6, 7; Social Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Ushers Committee 4, 7; Homeroom President 3; Treasurer 6; Oracle Reporter 6; Quil Scroll 8, Page Editor 7, 8; Polor Beor Senior Section 8; Intro-Murals 4; Senior Luou Committee 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Tennis 8. NAVIN, PAUL ANTHONY Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4. NICHOLS, STEVE CARLON Student Council Member 4; Boys Club 5, 6; Lettermens Club 5, 6, 7, 8; President 7; Pep Board 7; Choir 7; Homeroom President 4; Vice-President 7; Cross Country 5, 7; Co-Captain 7; Football 3; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Track 4, 6, 8; Life Saving 4, 8; Mame Cast 8; Senior Class President 8; Sen- ior Mixer Committee 8. NICHOLSON, DANIEL GLEN NOREM, DARRYLN GAIL Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; French 3, 4, 5; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Day Core 5, 7; Exchange Student 6; Red Cross 3, 4; Social Committee 3, 4, 5; Guide 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Page Editor 7, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Polar Beor Senior Section 8; Girls Swim Timer 3, 4, 5, 6; Pep Club Tog Com- mittee 5, 6, 7, 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8. OSBERG, RENEE M. Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5; Girls Glee Club 3; Band 7, 8; Orchestra 8. OUVERSON, GREGG ALLEN PARKER, ROBERT NORMAN Bond 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8; Choir 7, 8; Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Honor Bond 4; Track 4, 6; Wrestling 3, 4, 5; South Pacific Orchestra 3; Mame Orchestra 8. PARSONS, KATHY MAY Cheerleading 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; United Nations Trip 6; Art Committee 4, 5, 6; Social Committee 5; Girls Glee Club 3; Vice-President 4; Secretary 6, 7; Treasurer 5; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4; Ondine Makeup 5. PASCHALL, ROY FRED Lettermens Club 7, 8; Model U.N. 6, 8; Governors U.N. Day 7; Bond 5, 6; Orchestra 3, 4, 8; All-City Orchestra 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Kiwanis Honor Orchestra 4, 6. 8; Football 3, 5, 7; Track 6, 8; Basketball 3, 4; Intro- Murals 6; Senior Mixer Committee 8; South Pacific 4, Orchestra, Mame Orchestra 8. PATTERSON, BARBARA JO Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Office Assistant 5, 6. PERRY, NORMA JEAN Future Homemakers 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 8; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Office Assistant 5, 6; Oracle Reporter 6; Business Staff 1 . 8; Polar Bear Academics Section 8; Future Homemakers District Officer 5, 6; Senior Mixer 8. PETERSON, WARREN HOWARD PFANNENSTIEL, DEBORAH ELAINE Student Council Member 7; Future Secretary 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom President 7; Secretary 4; Office Assistant 4, 5, 6; Prom Committee 8. PHILIPSEN, DONNA MICHELLE Flag Twirlers 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Program Committee Chairman 7; Cor- responding Secretary 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Social Committee 5; Homeroom Treasurer 4, 5, 6; Girls Swim Timers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. RAMSEY, RON LEE Band 3, 4, 5, 6; Baseball 4, 6, 8; Football 5, 7; Wrestling 5. RANDOLPH, ANN MARIE Pep Club 3, 4; Homeroom Vice-President 3; Secretary 8. REESE, KATHY ANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Homeroom Secretary 3, 4; Intra-Murals 3. REEVES, KENRIE OLIVIA Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7 8; Model U.N. 8; Pep Club 3, A, 5, 6, 7, 8 French Club 3, 4; Governors U.N. Day 7 Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6 Exchange Student 8; Homeroom Secretory 4; Oracle Reporter 6; Advertising Manoger 7, 8; Polar Bear Advertising Manoger 1 , 8; Insect Comedy 3; Thespians 3; Senior Mixer Committee 8. PIKE, BEVERLY ANN Co-op 7, 8; Pep Club 7, 6; Office Assistont 7. 8; Spanish Club 5, PRICE, RODNEY LOGAN QUINN, SHIRLEY JO Pep Club 3, 4; Girls Glee Club 3. REKMANIS, VIZMA REYNOLDS, JODI LYNN Student Council Secretary 8; All-City Coun- cil 3, 4, 5, 6; Member 3, 4, 5, 6, 8; Kodets 5, 6, 7, 8; Princess 3; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Day Core 7; Social Committee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Prom Commit- tee 8. RITTER, HARRY I. Chess Club 3, 4; Baseball 6, 8; Cross Coun- try 3, 5; Track 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Intro- Murols 3, 4, 6. —41 — ROBERTS, CONNIE RAE Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 7, 8; Lettermens Club 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Homeroom Vice-President 7; Treasurer 3, 4; Girls Swim Team 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Captain 6. ROBINSON, JACQUELYN KAY Art Committee 7; Homeroom Treasurer 7; Office Assistant 8; Fayette High School 3, 4; Eureka High School 5, 6. ROGERS, RICKEY EUGENE SAWMILL, DEBBIE JO Pep Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Art Committee 5, 6; Red Cross Committee 7, 8; Social Committee 5; Homeroom Secretary 6; Golf 6, 8; Cap- tain 8; Intra-Murals 7, 8; Girls Volleyball 8. SCHECKEL, PAT Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 5, 6; Secretary 7. SCOTT, ROBERT DAVIS Spanish Club 3, 4; Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 5, 8; Treasurer 6, 7; Manager 6. ROOT, DONALD JAMES Student Council 5, 6; Co-op 7, 8; DECA 7 8; Hall Monitor 5, 6; Stage 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Ushers 5, 6; Homeroom President 5, 6 Treasurer 8; Wrestling 4; Intra-Murals 4 Insect Comedy Cast 3; Properties 3, 4, 5, 6 SHELDON, THERESA KAY Student Council Secretary 8; Member 3, 4, 7, 8; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Princess 5; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Exchange Student 8; Social Com- mittee 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; Sophomore Mixer Com- mittee 5, 7; Homeroom President 3, 4; Oracle Reporter 7, 8; Day Care 7; Social Committee Secretary 7, 8. RUBENSTEIN, RICHARD MARK Student Council Member 7, 8; Social Com- mittee 7, 8; Choir 8; Orchestra 3, 4; Home- room President 7, 8; Debate 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. RUBINO, PATRICE ANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Register Reporter 7, 8; United Nations Trip 6; French Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Art Committee 5, 6; Ushers 8; Band 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Stage 7, 8; All-City Orches- tra 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Assistant Fea- ture Page Editor 7; Polar Bear Assistant Editor 8; Quill and Scroll 8. SAILORS, KATHLEEN ANN Cheerleading 5, 6, 7, 8; Captain 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Rope Jumpers 3, 4; Younkers Teen Board 7, 8; Art Committee 3, 4; Pep Board 7; Social Committee 7; Girls Glee Club 3, 4, 8; Choir 5, 6, 7, 8; Madrigal 6; Homeroom Vice-President 5, 6; Thespians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 7, 8; Insect Comedy Cast 3; The Skin of Our Teeth Cost 4; South Pacific 4; Ondine Assistant Director 5; Take Her She ' s Mine Cost 6; Up the Down Stoircose Cost 7; Arsenic and Old Loce Assistont Director 8; Mame Cost 8; Exchange Day 6, 8. SHELTON, TOM JAMES Football 3. SMITH, IVA MAE Cheerleading 5; Pep Club 6; Oracle Busir ess Staff 6. SMITH, MIKE ALAN Football 3, 5, 7; Track 4; Bosketboll 4. — 42— SMITH, PATRICIA DIANE Future Nurses 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 7, 8; French Club 5, 6; Girls Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Exchange Student 7, 8; Mame Cast 8. SMITH, TROY THOMAS SPARKS, NANCY JO ANN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Concessions 3, 4, 7, 8; Red Cross 7; President 7. STRATHMAN, JEANNE ELLEN SUTTON, JILL LUJEAN Co-op 7, 8; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 6; South Pocific Makeup 4. SWANSON, CAROL LYNN All-City Student Council 5, 6; Kadets 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Colonel 7, 8; Princess 7; Art Com- mittee 7, 8; Doy Care 7; Open House 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 3; Quill and Scroll 7, 8; Oracle Reporter 6; Oracle Page Editor 7, 8; Polar Bear Senior Section 8; Girls Swim Timers 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Insect Comedy 3; Exchange Student 8; Prom Committee 8. STICKNEY, DONALD E. Boys Club 5, 6, 7, 8; Lettermens Club 7, 8; Social Committee 7, 8; Homeroom Secretary 5; Vice-President 7; Cross Country 7; Bas- ketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Life Saving 6, 8; Mome Cast 8. STIELOW, JAMES JOSEPH STONE, JOHN JOSEPH Lettermens Club 8; Spanish 3, 4; Choir 7, 8; Homeroom Vice-President 8; Library As- sistant 5, 6; Football 5, 7; Swimming 3, 5, 6; Track 4, 6; Intro-Murals 5; Life Saving 4, 8; Mame Cast 8. STOUT, JORJA KAY DECA 7, 8; Secretary 7, 8; Future Nurses 5, 6; Vice-President 6; Homeroom Secretary 7, 8; Office Assistant 3, 4, 5. SWOBODA, JEANNIE MARIE Class Representative 4; Student Council 3, 4; Flag Twirlers 5, 6, 7, 8; Captain 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Day Care Com- mittee 4; Art Committee 7, 8; Pep Board 7, 8; Social Committee 3, A, 7, 8; Home- room President 3; Vice-President 4; Girls Swim Timers 7, 8. TAGGART, JANET JEAN Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5, 7, 8; Girls Softball 7. TAYLOR, KENT WAYNE Student Council Member 5, 7; Band 3, 4, 5; Orchestra 4; Mixed Quartet 5; Homeroom President 5, 7; Treasurer 8; Cross Country 3. THOMAS, DEBBIE Student Council Member 5; Flog Twirlers 6, 7, 8; Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 5, 6, 7, 8; Social Committee 5; Home- room President 5. —43— WELLS, WILLIAM BEN Choir 7, 8; Mame Cost 8. WHEELER, WILLIAM HORACE WHITE, LINDA MARIE Girls Swimming 3, 4. WICKLIFF, SANDRA SUE Class Representative 3, 6; Student Council Member 3, 6; Kadets 5, 6, 7, 8; Model U.N 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Treasurer 5 United Nations Trip 6; Art Committee 3, 4 Day Care Committee 7; Exchange Day 6, Pep Board 3, 6; Social Committee 3, 4, 7 Sophomore Mixer 7; Library Assistant 8. Oracle Reporter 7; Assistant Editor 8; Thes- pians 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Cost Insect Comedy 3, Skin of Our Teeth 4, Up the Down Stair- case 7; Costume Insect Comedy 3; Make Up South Pacific 4, Ondine 5, Take Her, She ' s Mine 6; Senior Class Secretary 8; Prom Committee 8; Senior Mixer Committee 8; Class Representative 3, 6; Senior Luau Com- mittee Co-Chairman 8; Quill Scroll 8. WIKE, CINDY Co-op 7, 8; Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Vice-President 6; President 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 3, 4; Social Com- mittee 4, 5; Homeroom Vice-President 5; Treasurer 3, 8; Nurse Assistant 7; Senior Mixer Committee 8. WILSON, LINDA D. WORSTER, CONNIE LOU Class Representative 6; Student Council Member 3, 4, 5, 6; Dolphins 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8; President 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; United Nations Trip 6; Pep Board 6, 7, 8; Red Cross 3, 4; Homeroom President 3, 4, 5; Thespians 3, 4, 5; The Skin of Our Teeth Cast 4. YOUNG, SHIRLEY JEAN Kaiserslantern American High School, Kai- serslantern Germany; Biology Club 3, 4; Pep Club 5, 6, 7; National Honor Society 6. WYNN, PATRICIA MARIE Future Secretary 5, 6, 7, 8; Future Teachers 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, 5, 6; Social Commit- tee 7. MARTINS, MARIA VIRGINIA DA SILVA Pep Club 8; Exchange Student 8; Choir 8; Colegio de Sobradinho, Brazil 3 4, 5, 6, 7. KOGER, PHILLIP WESLEY HARVEY, JoANN ROLLEN, LONNIE JO GARDNER, CANDI ANN All City Student Council 3, 4, 5; Student Council Member 3, 4, 5; Assistant Secretary 5; Cheerleading 5, 6; Coptain 5, 6; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Art Committee 3, 4, 5, 6; Social Committee 5, 6; Sophomore Mixer Committee 5; Choir 5, 6; Mixed Quartet 3, 4; Homeroom President 4, Vice-President 3; Golf 4; Mame Cost 6. Summer Graduates DAVENPORT, JULIE JACOBE, DcANN MARIE MINES, EWELL DOAK Red Cross 7, 8. Senior women enjoy another fantastic cafeteria lunch. DURRETT, DAWN LEE Pep Club 3; Girls Glee Club 3, 4; Choir 7, 8. DAVIS, JAMES E. ANDERSON, ALVIRIA ANN Homeroom President 3, 4, 7; Office Assist- ant 3, 4. Boys will be boys 6— Forgetful Seniors of ' " jy AGll. DOUG B. ALLEN, MIKE CRAIG BARKER, SARAH FRANCES BLOMQUIST, JOHN MARTIN Student Council member 4; Band 3, 4; Homeroom President 4; Swimming 3, 4, 5, 6, 7; Life Saving 4, 6. BOGGS, WILLIAM FRED BOTHUN, RAYMOND ALLEN BOYLE, CAROL BRAUNSCHWEIG, PEGGY JANE Dolphins 3, 4; Future Secretary 7, 8; Pep Club 3, 4, 5; Art Committee 3, 4; Home- room Vice-President 4; Thespions 3, 4; In- sect Comedy Cast 3. BROOKS, DEBORAH LYNN BROWN, JACKIE DON CARPENTER, DON CHARLES CHEVALIER, STEVEN MICHAEL CLARK, LORENZO CECIL, JR. Football 5; Track 4; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. COIL, WILLIAM JACOB CONDER, TERRY ROBERT COOPER, MICHAEL, JR. DAMERON, CHARLES WILLIAM Football 3, 5, 7. DAVIS, LAWRENCE MONROE, JR. Football 3, 5; Tennis 4, 6; Basketball 3, 4, 5, 6; Intro-Murals 3. DAVIS, REGGIE LEON DICKINSON, GRANT KILMER FORD, STEVE G. FOX, BEATRICE LEE FREEMAN, STEVE C. Sophomore Mixer Committee 7; Choir 7, 8; Chomber Choir 7, 8; Homeroom Treasurer 7, 8; Football 7; Trock 4; Mome Cost 8. FRISK, JOHN MARSHALL GRIFFIN, CATHERINE ELIZABETH GULLING, SHERRY DARLEEN HALL, JAMES ROBERT HART, ROY HENDERSON, EDNA JACKOWSKI, TED DARRELL JAMES, MIKE LEE Co-op 7, 8; DECA 7, 8; Ushers 7. JEFFERSON, JAMES ALVIN, JR. JENSEN, ERIC RICHARD JOHANSEN, ROBERT C. KEY, BRYAN D. KINTER, STEPHEN C. KIPPER, WALLACE L. KOURI, JON LEWIS, DONALD EDWARD LEWIS, RONNIE DEAN LINVILLE, JAMES EDWIN MANNING, JOHN LEE Cross Country 3, 5, 7; Track 4, 6, 8; Wrest- ling 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. MOORE, ROLAND JEROME MORTICE, TIMOTHY JOHN QUINN, RAYDELL Cross Country 3, 5, 7; Trock 4, 6, 8; Wrest- ling 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 8. REED, PHILLIP H. RIFE, MARLENE MARCHELLE Future Secretary 5; Red Cross 7, 8; Home- room Secretary 6, 8; Office Assistant 5; Prom Committee 8. RUSSELL, FRED STEVEN SETTLES, EDWARD EUGENE SHEIBLEY, CHRISTINE ANN SHERIDAN, SUSAN MARIE CAIN SHERIDAN, THOMAS ROLAND STANLEY, DAVID LEE STRODE, GARY ALLEN WATSON, CONSTANCE KAY BEIRMAN WEBB-BEY, WENDELL SMITH, MARY HALL, DIANA FAYE " Bridget The Midget " and friends visit Pancake Day kick off assembly. —48— 0h no! I ' ve got my shoes on the wrong feet again! " Juniors Follow Senior Footsteps " I wonder if four aces will take it? " —50— WlU p n It V 1 • Row 1: Ann Ahl, Linda Alexander, Mark Allen, Kathy Allsup, Mike Allen, Noncy Appell, Cheryl Arnold, Kathy Arnold, Diane Bacon Anito Bain. Row 2: John Beactel, June Boyd, Jeanette Borgerdine, Margo Barker, Roberta Randall, Mark Battles, Francine Baker Sara Bain Steve Baker Theresa Bailey. Row 3: Chuck Berg, Debbie Betts, Juanita Burma, Heidi Bierworth, Sue Bulwolda, Kim Bendixon, Ellen ' Bishop Barb Boesch Parn benhousc, Judy Boiler. Row 1: Doryle Brewer, Fred Brewton, Mike Briggs, David Brodley, Leveinia Bronch, Don Bridgemon, Elaine Billings, Judy Broxmeyer, Mourice Bruce Diane Beeler. Row 2: Vernon Bundy, Vicki Bump, Lloyd Burnside, Robert Butters, Danny Caine, Potty Cain, Charles Carlson Leslie Carr Yegni Corrieyo, Bruce Catterson. Row 3: Dale Curl, Debra Choppas, Susan Cheshire, Debbie Christion, Eloine Christensen, Jerilynn Clork, Irene Coll, Roger Colton, Sandra Cook, Diane Cooper. Row 1: Don Cooper, John Cox, Tony Cosenzo, Mike Crawford, Ronnie Crawford, Joe Crosswhite, Janet Crowcll, Connie Dovis, Terry Day, Bonito Doy. Row 2: Mike Deay, Scott Dickenson, Lorrie Dennis, William Dennis, Sherri Dishmon, Curt Dixon, Debbie Dodge, Jim Donovan Hozel Duff Lois Dunahoo. Row 3: Marva Edwards, Donna Ellis, Debbie Ellis, Lorelli Ellis, Jim England, Cyndy Erickson, Dove Erickson, Nadine Faber, Stacey Fales, Mary Foller. —51 — Row 1: Marcia Fletcher, Jim Fox, Randy Frasier, Joanne Frew, Becky Full er Brenda Ganoe, Candi Gardner, Mike Gaskin, Gail Gibson, Carole Gilliland Row 2: Jeff Goebel, JoAnn Goode, Linda Grane, Richard Grant, Rick Gross Janis Graves, Charles Green, Gloria Green, Patti Griffin, Cathy Guernsey Row 3: Mike Giudicessi, Janice Guthrie, Karen Hagen, Brian Hall. Row 4 Diana Hall, Ronald Hall, Terry Hall, Tom Hall, Craig Hansen. Junior Christmas SBm Row 1: Patty Honsen, Steve Hansen, Debbie Harmon, Jean Hart, Tim Hoskinson, Debbie Hatch, Dl ; ,e . i jy, Pedro Hayes, Gayle Haynes, Dovid Heath- cote, Tony Heath. Row 2: Terry Henson, David Hearn Gwen Hummel, Patty Horsburgh, Debbie Howard, Jim Hunter, Traci Isenberger, Bob Jackson, Jackie Jackson. Row 3: Mike Jacobe, Beatrice James, Chris Jensen, Frances Jensen, Kathy Jepsen, Dave Jesson, Condi Johnson, Steven Johns, Bar- bora Johnson, Dave Johnson. Row 4: Mike Jones, Gory Kallansrud, Don Kalsem, Cindy Kalwishky, Carlin Keough, Ross Kearns, Richard Keith, Joyce Kingery, Joe Kouri, Rick Kramer. —52— Row 1: Jay Largent, Mike Lazdins, William Lee, Mike Lumley, Ann Ligouri, Sue Leveke, Betty Leong, Debbie Lewis, Reggie Lewis, Roy Livingston. Row 2: Mike Logon, Lourie Lossee, Gory Main, Kim Molone, Bill Morsholl, Larry McCain, Dono McCarthy, Jill McCorty, Mark McClintic, Paul Mc- Connell. Row 3: Anno McDonald, Cheryl McNelly, Dove McPhcr :- n Dawn Millong, Tony Milosevic, Belinda Messer, Trudy Mick, Bill Michelson, Harold Morrow, Bill Miller. Row 1: Bobbie Milligon, Larry Minks, Jackie Minnick, Brad Moberg, Orville Moore, Tom Moore, Shelly Morris, Dione Moon, George Munyon, Lynn Munzenmoier. Row 2: Casey Nossamon, Lori Nelson, Stanley Nelson, Kothy Nussboum, Randy Nicholsen, Carol Nodlond, Susie Noel, Dick O ' Conner, Pot O ' Gorman, Shelly Overton. Row 3: Shirley Quinn, Keith Page, Cindy Parker, Don Parker, Sandy Porsons, Janet Poscholl, Jonell Peters, Bob Pat- terson, Suzic Patterson, Deb ro Payne. Row 1: Becky Pennington Rick Pepper, Mork Perkins, Michelle Peterson, Mark Peters, Lyndo feti r s i, Suson Phoenix, Pom Pllcher, Jeff Plymesser. Row 2: Koren Poore, Yvonne Pope, Rose Popiono, Debbie Potter, John Quinn, Mary iccna , Kutny Rothje, Rondy Roymon, Bill Reese, David Reeves. Row 3: Steve Reeves, Aivor Rekmonis, Jim Rice, John Rieff, Andy Roff, Debbie Russell, Rick Dobbins, Vicki Rogers, Robin Rollen, Louro Rushing. Itl 1 Row 1: LuAnn Russell, Debbie Rynerson, Bill Sadler, Donna Schade, Nancy Schnoor, Melodie Sechovec, Richard Singleton, Lisa Simonson, Leona Sharp, Steve Short. Row 2: Dallas Smith, Solly Smith, Jeff Smith, Kathy Sparks, Pouletta Steinbock, Denise Strome, Terry Stubbs, Mark Tollman, Sherry Taylor, Stacy Taylor. Row 3: Craig Terrell, Croig Thompson, Kevin Thoren, Barbara Tilton, Cindy Toigo. Row 4: Mary Tomlinson, Grant Townsell, Shirley Townsley, Shelly Tucker, Mori Tullis. Dave Hearn strikes again. Row 1: Vicki Turly, Lyie Turner, Sue Vosberg, Pete Vitritto, Janyce Young, Jean Young, Lucy Young, Mary Waddell, Debbie Wade, Sue Wolf. Row 2: Brendo Walters, Karia Ward, Kayla Ward, Tom Warner, Tom Webbey, Ron Welch, Theresa Westlake, Joanne Wheaton, Debbie Wiedman, Mary Wells. Row 3: Nancy Williams, Rachael Williams, Michael Wilson, Raelene Wilson, Amber Wolfe, Frank Wong, Kim Worley, Sandra Ferrick. —54— Sophomores participate in annual Mixer. Sophomores Ready To Accept Junior Challenge Sophomores prepare to leave nest on first flight. —55— Row 1: Scott Abrahamson, Kris Alexander, Marcia Alexander, Jeff Alvestad, Bev Ancell, Denise Anderson, Cathy Arnold, Rhonda Bailey, Lucky Bollard, Donno Barney. Row 2: Mark Beswick, Sondy Bechtel, Joy Bennett, Bill Bethel, Mary Bidwell, Linda Bird, Wayne Birkinbine, Lynn Bobenhouse, Don Bockert, Jonet Bogenrief. Row 3: Vickie Bolte, Debbie Borgerding, Danny Boudewyns, Roy Bowden, Amy Bowlsby, Tim Boylan, Kathy Briggle, John Brommel, Linda Brown, Nancy Brown. Row 1: Bill Brewton, Tom Burford, Bill Burr, Robert Butters, Borboro Byos, Diane Coin, Charles Coin, Kathie Corr, Korlo Choppos, Dan Cheek. Row 2: Morty Chevolior, Gail Clubb, Kim Cluney, Debbie Conder, Bruce Cook, Suson Cook, Lindo Cooper, Beverly Cornwell, Joe Croll, Korlo Darner. Row 3: Morvo Edwords, Judy Ekiund, Jonice Elings, Michelle Ellston, Korlo Erickson, Mork Erickson, Roni Ewing, Shelly Ewing, Pom Fedson, Duone F.elds. M m IB! m 52 InI ' TP ! 1 f X Row 1: Beda Fink, Sandy Fisher, Joonn Fitzgerald, Diane Fong, Debbie Ford, Dovid Fox, Melvolene Freeman, Mory Fries, Wayne Gaines, Gerald Goibreath. Row 2: Mike Gcskin, Dove Gaudineer, Cindy German, Lorry Gilchrist, Jim Gillom, Cindy Gooding, Susan Goodling, Mary Goose, Jonls Gordon, John Gordon. Row 3: Debbie Gronquist, Linda Groves, Jonetto Green, Jim Guisinger, Mory Gulick, Janet Gunn, Don Holl, Richord Hompe, Lloyd Horbin, Kay Horris. —56— ..... Row 1: Jen Hoyf Djvk; Harwell, Venita HcMn inc, ' v ' . : HGyti, Linda Day Head, Beth Howard, Linda Hickman, Poula Hilliard, Bobbie Hines, Renee Kanis. Row 2: Tim Hodges, Shirley Hodson, Dan Holmes, Joan Howe, Doug Hubbard, Frank Hull, Steve Hull, Frank Hummer, Reggie Hunter, Mike Jacobe. Row 3: Craig Jameson, Roger Joschke, Frances Jen- sen, Kathy Jensen, Lloyd Jensen. Row 4: Paul Jensen, Anita Johnson, Debbie Johnson, Larry Johnson, Cindy Jurgens. Seniors Welcome Sophomores Row 1: Richard Kieler, Muriel Kelly, Danny King, Diane King, Torianne Kirby, Sue Kirkpotrick, Sandy Kline, Sue Kling, Calvin Knox, Gory Knutson. Row 2- Robert Kolarik ' Melanie Lockwood, Tom Laiven, Tom Low, Joel LaMasters, Paulo LoMunyon, Robert Lane, Philene Leaf, Jonice LeCroy, pepro Lee Ken Lee Row 3: ' Ken Lee Pat Len han, Patty Leong, Shari Lien, Mario Lind, Joline Logan, Gary Lorenz, Fay Robinson, Joyce Luce, Gen Ludwick. Row 4: Jim McCullough, Dave McCombs, Paul McConnell, Kelly McConnell, Wendy McLaughlin, Fred Madden, Mick Marmet, Vicki Marshall, Morta Moscaro, Mike Minear. —57— ID IP DE mi n Row 1: Jack MessLf, cDHi. - l; r ;,ii , ri, Rick Miller, Dwight Morrissey, Robert Miller, Sharon Miller, Betty Jo Mingles, Cindy Mingo, John Moon. Row 2: Mork Moore, Mory Moore, Stephen Morion, Kathy Morrissey, Morcio Morse, James Mozee, Bud Mumford, Poul Mundy Charles Novin, Linda Nelson. Row 3: Queen Nelson, Steve Nizzi, Donna Oakland, Dick O ' Conner, Chris Olsen, Sherry Overton, Cindy Parker Kevin Par- menter, Debbie Paulding, Britt Perdue. Row 1: Nikki Peters, Amy Peverill, Mike Philipsen, Nancy Pilcher, Tim Plimmer, Dan Porter, Ray Pryor, Alonzo Quinn, Craig Pohren, Sandra Rainey. Row 2: Maggie Ramsey, Bob Rayman, Susan Razor, Dave Reese, Claudia Richards, Tereso Richards, Fred Rife, Richard Afttel, Jeff Roberts Lori Rob- ertson. Row 3: Marcia Row, Tom Russell, John Soge, Jeff Satre, Linda Sciochitano, Christine Schnoor, David Sickels, Jim Shepard Laura Sheridan Kathy Shrcxier. Row 1: Patty Sidenor, Cheryl Slock, Debra Smith, Mary Smith, Teresa Smith, Don Smothers, Patricia Spenc nger, Stewart Spurgeon James Stevenson. Row 2: Poul Stevenson, Paul Strome, Roberta Summy, Peggy Tollman, Winnie Tatum, Grant Tovvn i ,,, i m Teale, Jeff Templeto ' n John Temple, Allon Thomas. Row 3: Doniel Thomc»s, Larry Thomas, Mica Trout, Debbie Tucker, Vickie Turley, Toni Turner, Chevez, Valdez Jo Ann Wolker, Kim Wall, Skip Warren. —58— Row 1: Janita Wctkins, Paula Weckman, Stephen Weber, Carol White, Lester White, Herbert Whitfield, Mark Welborn, Charles Williams, Dennis Williams, Jerry Wiliams. Row 2: Lois Williamson, Arnold Willis, Bill Wilson, Linda Winters, Eleanor Wong, Matt Woody, Morris Wright, Barb Yow, Lucy Young, Marcia Zeller. Sophomores on their faithful shelf. —59— Drama and Music Departments Present ' Mame ' Cast of " Mame ' Dancers Dana McCarthy, Vicki Bump, Debbie Norelius, Dawn Milang, Jackie Robinson, Terri McCombs, Mary Queener, Lois Dunohoo, Elaine Johnson, Yegni Corruyo, Bill Reese, Mark Battles, Terry Henson, Joe Davis, Dan Bockert, Terry Fenimore, Marty Chevalier, John Gordon, Rick Knutson, Don Stickney, Bob Cram. Mame . Kathie Sailors Patrick (Young) Mike Hopson Ralph Devine Mark Perkins Lindsey Woolsey.. Kevin Bolden Ito Bill Reese Doorman Terry Henson Elevator Boy . . _ Dan Bockert Messenger_ Joe Davis Mr. Babcock Jim Hummer Stage Manager Tony Cosenza Madame Branislowski Debbie Harmon Gregor Nicky Peters Uncle Jeff Rick Rubenstein Cousin Fan . Becky Hopkins Sally Cato Morcia Linn Mother Burnside Debbie Lewis Jr. Babcock Mark Battles Mrs. Upson ....Marianne McDermott Pegeen Ryan Lynn Munzenmaier Vera Lisa Simonsen Gooch Sue Corrick Patrick (19). Dave Reese Beauregard John Stone Peter Tim Henry Chorus Marty Chevalier, John Gordon, Bill Wells, Dan Boude- wyns, Terry Fenimore, Mike Giudicessi, Rick Rubenstein, Rick Knutson, Don Stickney, John Doherty, Dave Hous- ton, Fred Brewton, Steve Freeman, Greg Kuhlman, Bob Lepley, Bob Cram, Sue Phoenix, Cindy Mingo, Venus Colemon, Kathy Nussbaum, Pom Bobenhouse, Pot Smith, Ann Hilliard, Condi Gardner, Debbie Dodge, Nancy Ap- pell, Judy Borwick, Sue Vosburg, Casey Nossomon, Rachel Williams, Barbara Yaw, Jonyce Young, Ann Ahl, Mary Gibson, Jane Aswegon, Cindy Kalwishky, Evelyn Van Dam. STAGE CREW — Row 1: Paul Stevenson, Andy Roff, Dennis Williams, Larry Gilchrist. Row 2: Mick Marmet, Skip Warren, David Fox, Jim Fox, Jim England, Jeff Satre. Row 3: Randy Nicholson, Mike Jacobe, Frank hummer, Mike McVey, Ronnie Jackson, Jim Moore, Loyd Jensen, Tom Burford, Dave Erickson, Jim Day, Don Short. Row 1: Fred Paschal, Mary Klaver, Nancie Lavine, Amy Bowlsby, Irene Coll. Row 2: Sally Jugenheimer, Sandy Parsons, Becky Fuller, Dave Jessen, Renee Osberg, Debbie Potter, Barb Byas, Patty Sidoner, Donna Barney, Terry Hall, Carole Gilliland. Row 3: Bob Parker, Karl Killinger, Patrice Rubino, Tim Hodges, Mary Moore, Sue Goodling. Not Pictured: Ann Ligouri, Gary Knutson. —62— The delightful adventures of " Mame " were enjoyed by the North High audiences on April 30 and May 1 . The musical deals with the scatterbrained events un- dertaken by Auntie Mame and how she gets out of her predicaments. The musical comedy, " Mame " is presented by Fryer, Carr, and Harris, from the book by Jerome Lawrence, with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. It is based on the novel by Patrick Dennis and the play " Auntie Mame " by Law- rence and Lee. " Mame " was under the direc- tion of John Thompson, Donna Emmons, and Karl Killinger. -63— North Goes " Up the Down Staircase " CAST OF " UP THE DOWN STAIRCASE " — Row One: Rosezita Watkins, Greg Kuhlman, Muriel Kelley, Diane Fong, Donna Ellis, Dave Hay. Row Two: Sandi Wickliff, Marcia Linn, Sue McCrea, Debbie Lewis, Bill Reese, Randy Kuhlanbeck. Row 3 (standing) — Jim Hummer, Kathie Sailors, Debbie Paulding, Laurie Hockett, Mike Deay, Mark Battles, Curt Dixon, Dan Bockert, Judy Borwick. Row Four: Dana Brodeen, Evelyn Van Dam, Casey Noss- oman, Janyce Young, Jeff Gobel, Frank Hummer, Judy Boiler, Mary Queen r, John Cooper. Not enough teachers, too many students, and the need for greater understanding is what " Up the Down Staircase " presented to its audiences on November 13 and 14, under the direction of John Thompson. Written by Bel Kauffman, the comedy dealt with the first year teaching experiences of Sylvia Barrett in the slums of New York City. It shows that students are reaching out in their own way for help. They are tired of going Up the Down Staircase. Greg Kuhlman, Jim Hummer, Kathie Sailors, Janyce Young, Donna Ellis. Thespians Stage ' Arsenic and Old Lace ' ' " Arsenic and Old Lace " by Joseph Desselring was presented February 18 and 20. The three-act comedy was centered around two eccentric old ladies who made killing old men their hobby. The play was completely produced by the Thespian Club. It was doublecast and directed by Jim Hummer with assistance from Kathie Sailors. LEADS IN ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (Thursday) — Row One: Muriel Kelly, Donna Ellis. Row Two: Don Bockert, Bob Cram, Sue Buwalda, Joe Davis, Frank Hummer. CAST OF ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (Saturday) — Row One: Evelyn Von Dam, Jonyce Young. Row Two: Sherry Taylor, Bob Cram, Don Brown, Marty Chevalier, Tom Teole, Joe Davis, Nicky Peters, Don Bockert, Dove Heorn, Fronk Hummer, Tony Cosenza. Dolphins A space show from the sun to Pluto was the basis of this year ' s Dolphin show, presented October 21, 22, and 24. The club, under the leader- ship of president Connie Wor- ster, obtained their music, and made all of their own cos- tumes. Each officer helped in the writing of the routines. Scenery was done by the art committee under the direction of Sue Voegtlin and Mrs. Amy Bryant. The entire show was under the direction of Miss Marilyn Quinn. All routines were based on space travel, including Mer- cury, North Stars, Moon Mice, Neptune, Milky Way, Sun, Pluto, Star, Moon, Mars, Ven- us, Infinity, and Tribute to Apollo. Connie Roberts reigned as Dolphin queen. 1st TEAM — " MERCURY " : Row 1 — Pom Eokins, Connie Roberts, Connie Worster, Evelyn Van Dam. Row Two: Penny Miller, Pat Moberly, Jill Sutton, Marianne McDermott. Row Three: Sue Leveke, Nancie Lavine. QUEEN ' S COURT — " CORONA BOREALIS " : Connie Roberts, queen; Evelyn Van Dam, senior princess; Diane Bacon, junior princess; Cindy German, sophomore princess. OFFICERS — " SUN " — Row 1: Connie Worst- er, president; Connie Roberts, vice-presi- dent. Row 2: Pam Eakins, secretary; Jill Sutton, treasurer. —66— Present ' Tomorrow, The Universe " Choir Performs In Programs and Contest CHOIR— Row One: Sue Phoenix Bill Reese, Fred Brewton, Tony Cosenzo, Condi Gardner, Jeon Hart, Debbie Dodge. Row Two: Joe Davis, Pedro Hayes Dan Nicholson Mike Phil ipsen, Kothy Diehl Kathie Sailors, LuAnn Cottrill, Debbie Rynerson. Row Three: Marty Chevalier, Rick Rubinstein, John Stone Nicky Peters, Chuck Green, Bill Wells, Bob Lepley, Sue Corrick. Row Four: Debbie Lewis, John Gordon, Kev.n Bolden Fred Rife Jim Hummer, Dave Reese, Frank Hummer, Steve Freeman. Choir, under the direction of Miss Donna Emmons, practiced every day third period. They performed for the Christmas program, the Des Moines Women ' s Club and at Baccalaureate. Soloists and the madrigal choir participated in the state solo and ensemble contest in Newton. CHOIR — Row One: Angela Leong, Philene Leaf, Casey Nossaman, Becky Hopkins, Betty Leong, Mary Fazio, Jenm Dempewoif Row Two: Sue Vosburg, Amy Peverill, Diane Fong, Kathy Nussbaum, Janet Converse, Marianne McDermott, Paula Etter. Row Three: Eleanor Wong Barb Boesch Belinda Messer, Ellen Bushnell, Marcia Linn, Ann Hilliard, Dean Kness, Marty Green. Row Four: Rachel Willioms, Pat Smith, Denise Strome Cheryl Kelly, Mary Gibson, Jane Aswegan, Gail Gibson, Dawn Durrett. —68— " We Are One " Reflected In Polar Bear Dave Hearn Photographer Sue Voegtlin Student Life Kenrie Reeves Advertising Mary Ellen Klaver Talent Don Brown Sports Gay McDonald Sports Miriam Jameson Senior Section Melodee Mundell Senior Section Darrlyn Norem Senior Section Carol Swanson Senior Section Janet Herrold Academics Marilyn Hull Organizations Norma Perry Organizations Joe Davis Advertising Jim Day Advertising Bob Lepley Advertising Jeanne Ancell Editor-in-chief Elaine Johnson Assistant Editor Patrice Rubino Assistant Editor " We are one — and so we shall con- tinue " has been the theme for this yearbook. Under the leadership of Jeanne Ancell, editor-in-chief, and Walter Barnett, ad- visor, this staff has tried to capture the many memories of the 1971 school year. —69— April Heads Oracle Both Semesters 1971 was one of the most exciting and interesting years in North ' s history and the Oracle staff spent many hours compiling an accurate and complete record of the year ' s events. Under the leadership of editor, April McDonald, and Walter Barnett, advisor, the Oracle once again received a superior rating from the Quill and Scroll Newspaper Evaluation as well as the coveted Medalist rating from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Don Brown, sports editor, brought honor to North for winning the National Quill and Scroll Writing Contest with his entry, " Tribute To A Man, " in honor of the late Jimmy Lyie. APRIL McDonald Editor-in-Chief MARY KLAVER sistant Editor PAT MOBERLY Assistant Editor SANDI WICKLIFF Assistant Editor JEANNE ANCELL Feature Editor JOANN HARVEY Feature Editor ELAINE JOHNSON Feature Editor PATRK; UBINO Fcatiif . ; . liter SUE . LIN Feature Lelitor TERR! McCOMBS Sports Editor GAY McDonald sports Editor IVA SMITH Sports Editor JIM DAY Advertising Manager RHONDA ANDERSON Sports Editor JOE DAVIS Advertising Manager JUDY BORWICK Sports Editor —70— DON BROWN Sports Editor JIM CALHOUN Sports Editor JANET HERROLD BOB LEPLEY NORMA PERRY JUDY HOLSTE KENRIE REEVES Mailing and Mailing and Mailing and Advertising Manager Advertising Manager Distribution Editor Distribution Editor Distribution Editor This year North had 24 members eligible for Quill and Scroll. To be accepted by this international society for high school journalists, a student must have done outstanding work in some field of journalism, be recom- mended by his advisor, and either be in the upper third of his class in scholastic rank. MIKE GIUDICESSI DAVE HEARN Photographer Photographer QUILL AND SCROLL MEMBERS — Row 1: Mike Giudicessi, Pat Moberly, Marilyn Hull, Iva Smith. Row 2: April McDonald, Kenne Reeves, Paulo Etter, Darrlyn Norem, Sue Voegtlin. Row 3: Gay McDonald, Jeanne Ancell, Carol Swonson, Mary Klaver, Janet Herold. Row 4: Elaine Johnson, Terri McCombs, Norma Perry. Row 5: Judy Borwick, Miriam Jameson, Rhonda Anderson. Not Pictured: Melodee Mundell, JoAnn Harvey, Sandi Wickliff, Dave Hearn. Row One- Patrice Rub n- Debbie Potter Dave Jessen, C ndy Parker. Renee Osberg, Sondy Fisher, Jonelle Peters, Borb Johnson, Mary Ellen Klaver, Amy Bowlsby Row Two: Nancie Lavine, Jean Young, Sondy Parsons, Mike King, Roger Colton, Sue Goodling, Loyd Jensen, Dove McPherson, Ann Ligouri Frank Hull Cynthio Jurgens, Pat Moberly, Debbie Lewis. Row Three: Kim Bendixen, Lois Dunohoo, Nancy Brown, Irene Coll, Jen Hoit, By selling candy, presenting concerts, selling tickets, and washing cars, the North Band and auxiliary groups have earned enough money to travel to Rapid City, South Dakota, where they will participate in the Dakota Days celebration. Lois Dunahoo will represent the band in the queen ' s contest. The band, under the direc- tion of Karl Killinger, put on half-time routines at football games, played at basketball games, and also marched in the Drake Relays and Pello parades. " Star Spangled Spectacular " was a concert which consisted of many patriotic numbers. The North Des Moines Band Festival was highlighted this year with Acton Ostling, Iowa State University band director, as the guest conductor. For the first time, the march- ing band was led by a drum majorette, Nancie Lavine. The North High Stage Band presents o fine swing-style of musi c. Performances this year included playing for the Central Iowa Stage Band Clinic at North, o local stage band clinic held at Lincoln, the pep club tea, and the Row Onef Bob Parker, Barb Johnson, Dove McPherson, Ann Ligouri, Solly Jugenheimer, Patrice Rubino, Dove Jessen. Row Two: Gary Knutson, Sondy Porsons, Sue Goodling, Roger Colton, Mark Erickson. Row Three: Corole Gillilond, Terry Hall, Donno Barney, Jim Shepord, Potty Sidoner. —72— Mnr ' l Sl lT? ' ci ' i " R® ' J° ' " ' V " ?f ' r?° ' TT- Terry Holl, Corole Gilliland, Patty Sidoner, Jeff Satre, Don Bockert, Solly Jugenheimer, Mark Erickson J nrlor r McDonald. Row Four: Terry Henson, Koylo Word, Borboro Byos, Dove Heorn, Becky Fuller, T m Hodges Bob Parker, Gory Knutson, Korlo Darner, Lisa Simonsen, Kathy Diehl, Mary Moore, Karl Killinger. ' rnuuyes, dod North Band -Small But MIGHTY The band performed at all home, city-series basketball games. —73— Drum Majorette NANCIE LAVINE Kadets, Majorettes, and " Up-two-kick-four " and the Ka- dets are off again. Adding to the attractiveness of the band, the Kadets, under the direction of Col- onel Carol Swanson and Assistant Colonel Annette Bobenhouse, prac- ticed diligently for football and basketball performances. Spring appearances included the Drake Re- lays parade and the trip to South Dakota. The 13 Flags and three major- ettes were an asset to the band with impressive twirling ability. Rou- tines for the flags were composed by Captain Jeannie Swoboda assisted by Elaine Johnson. Judy Holste, Majorette Captain, worked out routines for her girls. SENIOR KADETS: Row one: Miriam Jomeson, Kenrie Reeves, Carol Swonson, Annette Bobenhouse, Ann Mendenhall. Row Two: Sue Voegtlin, Tern Sheldon, Kathy Diehl, Jean Hutchison, Camie Moron. Row Three: Margie Frank, Rhondo Anderson, Sandi Wickliff, Judy Heuss, Jodi Reynolds, Sherri Buhrmaster. UNDERCLASS KADETS: Row One: Shori Lien, Sue Vosburg, Cheryl Arnold, Kothy Rathje, Cindy Kalwishky. Row Two: Barb Boesch, Moggie Ramsey, Michele Peterson, Debbie Christian, Rose- zita Watkins. Row Three: Lynn Bobenhouse, Debbie Wade, Cindy Toigo, Linda Brown, Elaine Billings, Potti Griffin. Each home game was officially opened by an impressive flag salute. —74— Flagtwirlers Complement Band FLAGS: Row One: Cheryl Kelly, Donna Philipsen, Jean Swoboda, Debbie Thomas, Pat Engle, Elane Johnson, Marcia Linn. Row Two: Shelly Morris, Denise Strome, Liso Simonsen, Margo Barker, Marcia Flesher, Kim Worley. CAPTAINS: Flag Coptain, Jeannie Swoboda; Kodet Colonel, Carol Swanson; Marjorette Majorettes — Judy Holste, Debbie Rynearson, Lynn Captain, Judy Holste; Assistant Kodet Colonel, Annette Bobenhouse; Assistant Flog Munzenmaier Captain, Eloine Johnson. —75— Rope Jumpers Perform The Rope Jumpers had the opportunity to display their talent in performances through- out Iowa. The season was highlighted by overnight trips to Maryville, Missouri, Cedar Falls, and Storm Lake, where the girls performed for college basket- ball halftimes. Other performances were for Drake University. Grand View Junior College, and Simpson College. The Rope Jumpers also per- formed at Career Day at the YMCA, Harding Y-teens, Hiatt Y-teens, a physical education majors club in Indianola, and the North-East and North-Lin- coln basketball games. Black lights were used on the N and triangle formations. Miss Marilyn Quinn, whose direction was very helpful and very much appreciated by the team, was sponsor. Nancie Lavine and Mary Ellen Klaver were co-captains. ROPE JUMPERS: Row One — Donna Barney, Debbie Wade, Shori Lien, Debbie Christ Lois D unohoo, Nancie Lovine, Mary Klaver, Jean Young. ian. Row Two: —76— Throughout Iowa Spirited Cheerleaders 15V K ' Supporting North ' s Basketball team at the state tournaments and promoting spirit at foot- ball games made cheerleading a very exciting year. Besides performing at all basketball and football games, they also ushered at the Pep Club tea in the fall, cheered for pep as- semblies, decorated the locker room, made pre-game tags and treats for the team, and spon- sored a coketail for all the cheerleaders of the Metropoli- tan Conference before the Jamboree. Jeanne Ancell and Kathie Sailors were captains this year. New uniforms and new green bebops made the cheerleaders look most attractive. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Row One: Dana McCarthy, Pam Bobenhouse, Gail Haynes, Cathy Nussbaum, Leslie Carr. Row Two: Kathic Sailors, Terri McCombs, Judy Berwick, Jeanne Ancell, Paula Etter. Vorsity cheerleaders perform sign cheer as the Polar Bears prepare for the gome. —78— Promote Pep and Enthusiasm SWIMMING AND WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS: Row One: Condi Gorancr Row Two: Brenda Ganoe, Lori Nelson. Not Pictured: Ivo Smith. The swimming and wrestling cheerleaders had a busy year. With the leadership of Iva Smith and Candi Gardner, the girls performed, in addition to all swimming and wrestling meets, at half of the sophomore basketball games. —79- John Doherty Leads Fall Council STUDENT COUNCIL (FALL) — Row One: Lynn Munzenmaier, Steve Nizzi, Sue Voegtlin, Tern Fazio, Patty Horsburgh, Alvira Anderson. Row Two: Pom Bobenhouse, Rhonda Anderson, Dan Bockert, Lois Dunahoo, Jim Gillam, Beverly Ancell. Row Three: Rick Rubenstein, John Doherty, Louis Danes, Kent Taylor, Jeff Alvestod, Annette Bobenhouse, Bob Cram. John Doherty Louis Danes Annette Bobenhouse Condi Gardner Jim Hummer President Vice-president Secretary Corresponding Secretory Treasurer STUDENT COUNCIL (Fall) — Row One: Jim England, Sandra Fisher, Denise Andersen, Billy Brewton, Lori Nelson, Mike Giudicessi. Row Two: Mr. David Hordie, Jill McCarty, Cathy Jensen, Joe Crosswhite, Debbie Betts, Ann Ligouri, Mary Klaver. Row Three: Dennis Wadsworth, Gary McClonohon, April McDonold, Dave McCombs, Dan Holm, Craig Hansen, Charles Navin, Elaine Johnson. —82— Spring Council Sponsors Tie-Die Sessions Row 1: Jim Gillam, Mike Guidicessi, Joe Crosswhite, Jim Calhoun, Steve Nizzi, Bill Reese, Dovid Hordie. Row 2: Morcia Linn, Mory Ellen Klover, Carol Swanson, Sue Voegtlin, Kathy Briggle, Joann Howe, Amy Peverill, Louie Dones. Row 3: Jodi Reynolds, Teri Sheldon, Kathy Diehl, Bob Cram, Aprif McDonald, Jilf McCorty, Debbie Hohl, Teresa Smith. Bob Gorver Don Brown Jodi Reynolds Teri Sheldon Don Griffin President Vice-president Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Row 1: Don Holm, Rick Rubenstcin, Marty Chevalier, Frank Hummer, Mike Philipsen, Bill Michelson, Joe Davis. Row 2: Nancy Appell, Noncie Lovine, Nodine Fobor, Carlo Choppos, Cheryl Arnold, Lynn Munzenmoier, Condi Johnson. Row 3: Rachel Williams, Muriel Kelly, Debbie Harmon, Bev Ancell, Joy Bennett, Ann Ligouri, Karen Poore, Gail Hoynes. —83— Lettermen and Key Clubs Back the Bears LETTERMEN ' S CLUB: Row One: Louie Danes, John Rieff, Pat Moberly, Conn.L k i.crib. Row Two: Fred Brew ton, Solly Jugenheimer Linda Meadows Marianne McDermoft. Row Three: Steve Nichols, Jim Calhoun, Gary McCionahan, Gay McDonald, Don Stickney, Jeff Smith, Bob Cram, J ohn Doherty ' . Row Four: Mr. Robert Lawson, Jim Donovan, Mark Milton, Jeff Plymesser. Steve Nichols and Gay McDonald served as presidents of Lettermen ' s Club this year. One of the bear- backing projects this year was the selecting of the athlete of the week. Robert Lawson served as faculty sponsor. Key Club, headed by Joe Crosswhite. sold student directories as one of their projects. Their faculty sponsor was Dick Camp. KEY CLUB: Row One — Stocey Poles, Frank Wong, Craig Hansen, Mike j ; . ..m o i Row Two: Russ Darr, Chuck Berg, Dove Hearn, John Rieff, Tom Moore, Joe Crosswhite. —84— Inter-City Student Council Promotes Better School Relations INTER-CITY STUDENT COUNCIL: Row One: Joe Crosswhite, Mike Giudicessi. Row Two: Mary Ellen Klaver, Lynn Munzenmaier. Row Three: Jim Gillom, John Doherty, Bob Cram. Not Pictured: Theresa Smith, Jeonne Swoboda, Joy Bennett. Promoting good relations between schools is the main function of the inter- city student council. They held a march and dances for the breakfast program. A trip to New York and Washington, D. C, will be a memory for 21 juniors. During spring vacation, these juniors went on a tour sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Des Moines. Twenty-one Juniors Benefit from U. N. Trip UNITED NATIONS TRIP — Row One: Yegni Carruyo, Karen Poore, Laura Rushing, Nancy Appell, Sandy Parsons. Row Two: Mike Giudicessi, Pom Bobenhouse, Dove Jessen, Steve Honsen, John Rieff, Steve Baker. Row Three: Debbie Potter, Janell Peers, Ann Ligouri, Marcia Flesher, Jim Eng- land. Row ' Four: Fred Brewton, Roger Colton, Harold Morrow, Steve Johns, Joe Crosswhite. —85— Thespians Provide Varied Entertainment THESPIANS CLUB — Row One: Muriel Kelly, Kim Wall, Denise Anderson, Susie Kirkpatrick, Casey Nossaman. Row Two: Kayla Ward Debbie Pould- mg, Lynn Munzenmaier, Kathie Sailors, Mary Queener, Susan Goodling. Row Three: John Sages, Frank Hummer, Janyce Young Dana Brodeen Elaine Johnson Nicky Peters, Mr. John Thompson. Thespians, headed by J im Hummer and sponsored by John Thompson, presented two entertaining plays. Their various talents were displayed in " Up the Down Staircase, " and " Arsenic and Old Lace. " Ten points are required for members to become national Thespians. These points can be earned by participation in lead roles and small parts in plays. Members can also earn points by attending the meet- ings after school and u hering at the Des Moines Community Playhouse. Art Committee Increases School Spirit ART COMMITTEE: Row One — Melanie Lockwood, Beverly Ancell, Joy Bennett, Debbie Ellis, Joon Wheaton, Cheryl Arnold, Carol Swonson Dave Houston. Row Two: Susan Razor, Lynn Munzenmaier, Lori Robertson, Dona McCarty, Sue Voegtlin. Row Three: Fred Madden, Pam Fedson ' Gloria Deckard, Terry Conder, Ray Bothun, Mike Giudecessi, Frank Wong, Mrs. Amy Bryant, Mark Battles Don Brown North ' s halls were brightened this year by spirit signs modeled after Peter Max posters. The art com- mittee, headed by Sue Vogetlin and sponsored by Mrs. Amy Bryant, also made backdrops and reproduced paintings for the musical " Mame. " Foreign Exchange Committee Collecting pennies to sup- port a foreign exchange stu- dent is the main activity of the foreign exchange committee. Mrs. Elsie Wilmeth served as faculty sponsor. FOREIGN EXCHANGE COMMITTEE: Row One — Angela Leong, Betty Leong, Candi Johnson. Row Two: Ann Hillicrd, Pat Smith, Ellen Bushnell. Row Three: Kathy Jepsen, Laurie Hockett, Mrs. Elsie Wilmcth. —87— Audio-Visual Crew Assist Students and Faculty AUDIO VISUAL CREW: Row One: John Reiff, Chuck Berg, Duane Wachter, Bill Marshui: Row Two: David Enckson Dennis Wodsworth. Brent Cox, Mrs. Jodi McCombs. Row Three: Lyie Turner, Steve FreerriGn, Jim Calhoun, Dove McCombs, Gay McDonald. The audio-visual crew this year consisted of 12 boys under the supervision of Mrs. Jodi McCombs. Their duties included delivering movie projectors to classes, picking them up, and operating them for assemblies. Guiding North High visitors, checking passes and keeping the peace in the halls during classtime are the duties of the monitors. They also help keep peace in the student center and lunchroom. Monitors Keep the Peace in North Halls MONITORS- Row One o cnda Graeber, Mory Fozio, Terry Fazio, Kathie Sailors. Row Two: Kelly Evans, Marty Green, Mike Deoy, Bill Burr, Duone Wachter. Row Three: Bud Griffin, Rob Gorver, Dove Houston, Roland Moore, Don Brown, Ross Kerns —88— DECA and O-E Prepare Students for Future OFFICE EDUCATION: Row One: Pom Eokins, Carol Carpenter, Karen Burk. Row Two: Moria Lint, Cindy Wike, Susan Blumer, Janet Ennis. Row Three: Mrs. Betty Jockson, Phyllis McClain, Duana Pick, Beverly Pike, Donna Lusk. Row Four: Jill Sutton, Debbie Hicks, Pat Gulick, Dione Johnson. Office education students attend classes in clerical practices and regular classes in the morning and go to work at related jobs in the afternoon. These students receive credit for these jobs. Mrs. Betty Jackson is faculty sponsor. Distributive education students receive training in classroom for wholesaling, retailing, and serve estab- lishments for future careers in these areas. In the morning they go to classes and in the afternoon work at respective jobs. Mr. Sam Treichler is faculty sponsor. DECA: Row One: Levi Ballard , Bob Boker, Jorjo Stout. Row Two: Dovid Hoys, LeRoy Curl, Gary Gilchrist, Lewis Converse. Row Three: Diana Dam- erville, Don Root, Becky Lewis, Erick Jensen, Mr. Sam Treichler. —89— Stacey Places First in District The debating talents of Stacey Taylor were shown when she placed first in district competition. Debate Club is rebuild- ing the team this year so they can come on even stronger next year. Mr. Owen Jones served as sponsor. DEBATERS — Row One: Roger Colton, Rick Rubenstein, Stacy Taylor, Mike Minear. Row Two: Mr. Owen Jones, Don Holm, John Temple. Bump and Flesher Head Spanish Club Vicki Bump headed Spanish Club first semester and Marcia Flesher headed it second. Members dined on various Spanish cuisine at club dinners this year. They also had a Saint Valentine ' s Day party and planned a picnic at the Ledges. Mrs. Elena Bonau served as sponsor. SPANISH CLUB Row One: Linda Nelson, Kathy Rcthie, Debbie Howard, Sandy Parsons, Debbie Payne, Mary Hays. Row Two: Roy Hart, Janet Gunn, Beverly Ancell Joyce McEwen Tony Cosenza, Mike King, Pam Fedson. Row Three: Pat Engle, Lois Dunahoo, Debbie Hay, Steve Nizzi, Lisa Simonsen, Vicki Bump, Marcia Flesher, Nodine Fabor, Glenda Graeber. Row Four: Dan Boudewyns, Louis Danes, Tom Teele, Nicky Peters, Robert Kolorik, Duane Fields. —90— Future Secretaries Acquire Clerical Skills Row One: Lindo Warren, Patty Horsburgh, Marilyn Hull, Cindy Wike, Kathy Alexander, Jane Aswegan. Row Two: Ann Mendenhall, Sally Smith, Luann Russell, Diane Cooper, Lorrie Dennis, Janet Ennis, Mrs. Betty Jackson. Row Three: Miss Mary Jane Blee, Kenrie Reeves, Peggy Braunschweig, Mory Queener, Jackie Minnick, Jeni Philipsen, Janet Herrold, Suzanne Manning, Debbie Hicks. Row Four: Dawn Millang, Kathy Allsup, Karia Choppas, Debbie Betts, Cathy Guernsey, Margie Frank, Glenda Graeber, Debbie Thomas. Future Secretaries was headed both semesters by Cindy Wike. Club sponsors were Mrs. Betty Jackson and Miss Mary Jane Blee. They had many visitors at the club meetings, such as the secretary of the year and executive secretaries. The purpose of Red Cross is to be a clearing house for service projects. There is a Red Cross represen- tative from every homeroom. Presidents this year were Nan Sparks and KarIa Chappas. Mrs. Frances Swett served as sponsor. Red Cross Serves Community RED CROSS — Row One: Karen Poore, Kathy Alexander, Kim Wall, Ellen Bushnell, Nan Sparks. Row Two: Patti Griffin, Marianne McDermott, Belinda Messer, Debbie Paulding, Marlene Rife, Kathy Jensen. Row Three: Debbie Betts, Judy Holste, Karia Chappas, Suzanne Manning Marty Chevalier Robert Kolorik. —91 — Girl Timers Assist at Swimming Meets TIMERS: Row One: Marilyn Hull, Joann Wheaton, Nancy Williams, Lori Losee, Nodine Faber, Heidi Bierwirth. Row Two: Janet Herrold, Jen! Philip- sen, Ann Ligouri, Melanie Lockwood, Beverly Ancell, Nancy Brown, Marianne McDermott. Row Three: Mr. Harry Mortensen, Kathy Diehl, Jean Swoboda, Mary Gibson, Sandi Fisher, Karia Darner, Jean Hutchison, Marcia Morse. The duties of the girl timers consist of timing swimmers with stop watches and recording the time on cards. This year the girl timers had the opportunity and the responsibility to time for the state meet. Mr. Harry Mortensen served as sponsor. The job of the ushers include taking tickets and handing out programs at various school functions. They perform these duties at school plays, musical performances, baccalaureate, commencement, and games. Mr. Larry Streyffeler and Mr. Fred Lazear served as sponsors this year. Usher Committee Helps at Many School Events USHER COMMITTEE: Row One: Mike Wilson, Mike Giudicessi, Bill Reese. Row Two: Joe Crosswhite, Gary Kallansrud, Elaine Johnson, Patrice Rubino, Jim England, Steve Baker. Row Three: Mr. Larry Streyfeller, Terry Hansen, Chuck Berg, Jeff Smith, Andy Roff, Jim Fox, Mr. Fred Lazear. —92— Social Committee Plan Social Events SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Row One: Mary Tomlinson, Kathy Alexander, Lynn Munzenmaier, Marilyn Hull, Debbie Christian Dana McCarthy Patti Long Becky Hopkins. Row Two: Jan Cate, Cindy Kalwishky, Jean Young, Debbie Elings, Patti Griffin, Ann Mendenhall, Barb Patterson Janet Taggart ' Miriam Jameson. Row Three: Brenda Ganoe, Jean Swoboda, Nancie Lovine, Carol Swanson, Camie Moron, Marv Klavcr Judy Ho ' lste Judi Heuss ' Jean Hutchison, Lois Dunahoo. The sophomore mixer, homecoming, and spinster ' s spree were a few of the projects undertaken by the social committee this year. Becky Hopkins served as chairman both semesters. Miss Mayme Lyons served as faculty sponsor. The theme of the spinster ' s spree was ' ' Once Upon a Time " and the homecoming theme was " A Place for Us. " All of these events proved entertaining for all who attended. SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Row One: Patty Horsburg, Debbie Dodge, Sue Phoenix, Barb Boesch, Roberto Randall. Row Two: Jerri McCombs Judy Ber- wick, Kathie Sailors, Marcia Linn, Kathy Diehl Sandi Wickliff, Pam Upchurch. Row Three: Don Stickney, Elaine Johnson, John Doherty ' Janet Her- rold, Mary Ellen Gibson, Cheryl Kelly, Pot Engle, Margie Frank. —93— Stage Crew Sets the Scene for ' ' AAame ' ' The stage crew ' s responsibilities this year included build- ing and arranging sets for plays, ar- ranging lights, and preparing the stage for assennblies and concerts. Left to Right: David Fox, Chuck Berg, Terry Henson, Andy Roff, Jim Fox, Jim England, Mark Battles, LeRoy Parsons. Inflation Strikes the Concession Stands The concession committee continued to sell refreshments at all school-sponsored athletic events and other activities. Inflation struck, however, for the first time in many years, and the price of Wrigley ' s gum was raised to 7 cents. Coach Dick Camp was sponsor. Deborah Dodge, Sally Smith, Mica Trout, Stacy Taylor, Sue Phoenix Nan Sparks. —94— Pep Board Encourages Spirit for N H S. PEP BOARD — Row One: John Doherty, Jean Swobo- da. Row Two: Kathie Sailors, Jeanne Ancell, Carol Swan- son, Sue Voegtlin, Judy Holste. Row Three: April McDonald, Jonet Herrold, Steve Nichols, Goy Mc- Donald. School-wide spirit was promoted by the Pep Board for all school-sponsored activities. The Spirit Week included a car bash, clash day, and class color days. The faculty sponsor was Harry Mortensen. Pep Club Brightens N.H.S. Spirit FALL — Left to Right: Jeanne Ancell, Ram Bobenhouse, Janet Herrold, Debbie Potter, Mary Ellen Klaver. Pep club showed their spirit this year with many projects and gifts of money. Their projects consisted of helping with the homecoming float and balloons at the homecoming game. They sponsored the sophomore tea, a fashion show and a raffle for spirit week. They gave money to the walk-a-thon. the James Lyie memorial, and to the cheerleaders. Janet Herrold served as president both semesters. Harry Mortensen served as faculty sponsor. SPRING — Row One: Morcia Linn, Jonet Herrold. Row 2: Lori Nelsen, Mary Ellen Gibson. —95— It OFFICE ASSISTANTS — Row One: Susan Vosburg, Debra Lee, Sharon Brewton, Barb ara Tilton, Belinda Messer. Row Two: Dionc Cooper, Joyce McEwen, Heidi Bierworth, Vicki Bump, Renee Kanis, Linda Bird. Row Three: Marge Overholser, JoAnn Goode, Nadine Faber, Nancie Lavine, Susan Kling, Ruth Eason. NHS Students Prove Efficient Office assistants perform many duties such as running errands, answering the telephone and collecting and sorting ab- sence slips. Miss Marge Overholser and Mrs. Ruth Eason were sponsors. Library assistants aid both students and librarians. They spend their free time shelving books, filing and checking books in and out. Mrs. Phyllis Sellers was sponsor. Seven little iodines befriended the sick and injured as they helped Mrs. Beulah Fjelde, nurse, during their free periods. Their duties included receiving sick students and keeping the health LIBRARY ASSISTANTS — Row One: Carol Carpenter, Suzanne Manning, Marcia Dyer. ,,r»if -loon Row Two: Terry Fenimore, Don Stickney, Steve Johns. Not pictured: Kathy Alexander. urin t-iedn. Custodians, Cafeteria Workers Serve Behind the Scenes Row One: Herman Virden, Harold Haviland, Romon Logsdon, Lee Strike, Howard Griffiths, John Lukaszow. Row Two: Carroll Corbley, Frank Smith, Kenneth Swartztrouber, Lloyd Gresdol, John Brown. Not Pictured: Gary Peaton. All of North was saddened by the untimely death of Mr. Carroll Corbley, head custodian and leader of men. Throughout the year he and his fellow workers served North by keeping the halls clean, making minor repairs, and being helpful and courteous. The cafeteria workers served North by providing students and faculty not only with nourishment, but also with cheerful attitudes. However, inflation struck here, too, and students were required to pay one cent for extra napkins. Row One: Mildred Gov. Patterson, Alpharetto Koch, Jeonnine Pfister, Shirley Poge. Row Two: lone Vernon, Bernice BIy, Helen Steinbach, Frances Kelly, Wilma Noriib, uott Barney. Row Three: Helen Amadeo, Dorinne Konis, Marie Meyer, Moe Smith. —97— Mr, Webb Shows Dedication, Involvement, and Concern WENDELL WEBB Perching in his oi.fice, Mr. Webb seems relaxed. Sioux Falls College, B.A. S.U.I., M.A. Aiming someone in the right direction can impel him to achieve a goal or expectation if he believes in himself. Mr. Webb was always available to help an individual besides handling the affairs of the whole school. Attending all school activities also occupied his time. His mild manners make him look at ease in whatever he does, be it helping to plan assemblies, showing visitors through the school, or just talking to a teacher or student. BOARD OF EDUCATION, left to right: Mrs. Kate Goldman, Dr. George G. Caudill, Mrs. Jock Spevak, vice presi- dent; Herrold V. Mann, secretary; Merle F. Schlampp, president; Dr. Dwight M. Davis, superintendent; Dr. Oro E. Niffenegger, Nolden Gentry, Dr. John E. McCow. 1970-1971 Board of Education —100— Advisors Guide Students Through High School Years NORMAN MILLER Drake Univ., B.S., M.S. Who wears the pants in the family? — wonders Mr. Miller. Mr. Miller, boys ' advisor and vice-principal, will be leaving to become principal at Goodrell Jr. High School. In the three years Mr. Miller has been with us, he has established a reputation for fairness and interest in all North ' s activities. As boys ' advisor Mr. Miller spends much of his time helping all boys if and when they need it. His duties include counseling, conducting aptitude tests for stu- dents, and handling job opportuniti es for boys. MAYME LYO . Simpson College, B.M., Drake, M. of Music Graduate Study: Univ. of So. Calif., Northwestern Columbia Growing up is an important part in everyone ' s life. Miss Mayme Lyons tries to help the students develop from youth to mature, intelligent adults of the future. Besides serving as senior class sponsor and girls ' advisor. Miss Lyons also helps find employment and counsels the girls with any difficulties they encounter. Swimming in thoughts about the Senior Swim and Luau. Good Discipline Is Shown As Mr. Carson Looks Us Over OFFICER RICK CARSON One thing can be said about Mr. Rick Carson, you ' d never guess he was a police liaison officer. He didn ' t make a spectacle out of himself but tried to create harmony with all the students. A new addition to North this year, he tried to counsel and to advise students of the law. There were few prob- lems for him since he tried to avoid them by getting to the root of any before they developed. He is a good dancer and takes to the outdoors avidly. Mr. Carson ' s such a gentleman. He even takes his helmet off for the picture. Mrs. Dorothy Lewis Bridges Generation Gap With Her Rap Having a problem or just wanting to talk to someone, many students would find Mrs. Dorothy Lewis the one to turn to. With her sparkling personality and cordial greetings she was well qualified as the receptionist. Because of her abounding interest in North. Mr. Webb asked her to do the job. Her other daily activities were counting the money returned from the band candy sales since she was president of the Band Booster Club. First and second hour talk study halls were under her supervision. She also called students ' homes checking on attendance. Mrs. Dorothy Lewis was just tickled anytime someone popped by. — 102— Counselors and Office Staff Aid Students and Teachers Helping students schedule classes according to their abilities and interests is not easy. But the counselors are always willing to help students with any problems they may have. Counselors help schedule classes not only to enable students to graduate but also ones which will benefit them most in furthering their education or in finding jobs. LOWELL PERRY Drake, B.A., M.A. Graduate Study: S.U LOUISE McCAUGHAN Drake, A.B., M.S.E. Graduate Study: Univ. of Mexico San Marcos Univ., Peru MARTIN PILLERS Drake, B.A., M.S.E. diana University, Universrty of Iowa, Colorado State, Notre Dame JEAN HENSLEY Clerk College view deck helps Marilyn Hull and Dorryln Noren choose a college. Mimeographing class papers, keeping accounts for school clubs and or- ganizations, preparing attendance sheets, and keeping grade records are only a few of the tasks performed by the office staff. By taking care of these and many other important duties the office staff displays efficiency, accuracy, and ability necessary for the management of a school. Constantly busy office staff at work. KATHLEEN ALLEN Steno-Secretary WANDA MEFFERT Registrar RITA OLINE Steno-Secretary MARGE OVERHOLSER Steno-Secretary RUTH EASON Attendance Clerk —103- New English Courses Are More Applicable To Students ' Life With paint squishing between their toes, Mrs. Young ' s English class does impressions on paper. Freedom to choose an English course that one thinks fascinating was abundant this year. Two new arrivals were ' The English Lan- guage taught by Mrs. Frances Swett; and Guided Individualized Reading, by Mrs. Lillian Hourigan which only seniors could take. In- formal and independent sessions make a more relaxed atmosphere while they read what they want. Concepts are exchanged about the books they ' ve read. Being able to say what you mean is a chal- lenge that can be met by taking ' The English Language. " Areas such as semantics were studied which tells how words affect us and make us feel. Sophomores put on live commercials Mr. Owen Jones ' speech class. LILLIAN HOURIGAN Parsons College, B.A. Graduate Study: Univ. of Chicago, S.U.I., Univ. of Minn. Drake V ALTER BARNETT Parsons College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. OWEN JONES Colorado State Univ., B.A. Wisconsin State Univ. FRANCES SWETT Tuffs Univ., A.B. Columbia, M.A. Brent Cox and Dennis Wadsworth shooting a commercial. EDWARD HANSON Drake, B.A. MAX PALMER Drake, B.A. — 104 — Foreign Language Classes Take Trips to Far Away Lands ELENA BONAU Santa Clara Teachers College Drake, B.A. DIANE POWhLL iimpson, B.A. LAWRENCE STREYFELLER Drake, B.A. " Quie ' un buen ano. " . " C etait une bonne an- nee, " Es war ein guts Jahr. " translation — " It was a good year. " in Spanish, French, and Ger- man the three foreign language courses offered this year. Through tapes, skits, written work, and speak- ing practice in class the students learn the funda- mentals of these three languages. Learning about the customs, and lands of other people are also included. ]u and her class enjoy another hour of " Happy Talk WALTER BARNETT Parsons College, B.A. State University of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, I.S.U. Barnett Concludes 28 Years of Success Mr. Barnett Icuvci, niuny twrul nicnv.ricb Oracles and yearbooks. bound tugethcT in " North is the best place in the world to be. " With this statement Walter Barnett ends his 28 year teaching career at North. Through the years Mr. Barnett has been an English teacher and a counselor, but he will be remembered most by his students as advisor to the Oracle. Under his super- vision, the Oracle has never failed to meet its dead- line and has merited many top ratings. The medalist rating for 1970 along with the 1963 medalist rating from the Columbia Press Associa- tion are truly a tribute to the fine job that Mr. Barnett has done. The Oracle also received first place ratings from 1964 to 1969 from the Columbia Association and 10 All-American Ratings from the National Scholastic Press Association. Seven times in the past nine years Quill and Scroll has awarded the Oracle its top International Honor Rating along with The Gallop award in 1967. " Our paper is consistently one of the best in the state. It contains relevant material. We have Mr. Barnett to thank for this, " commented Mr. Webb. Mr. Barnett was Principal of Adult Education for six years and enjoys reading, fishing, gardening and good music and dramatic productions. North has benefited over the years by the guid- ance of Mr. Barnett. We thank him, and we shall miss him. —105— Drug Influenced Society Examines Itself in Three Weeks DARRELL GRIPENBERG Drake Univ., B.A., M.S.E. ALBERT GRAZIANO Grand View Drake, B.S., M.S. KENNETH WHITNEY Xavier Univ. Drake Univ., B.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U. Univ. of la., M.A. FRED LAZEAR Northwest Missouri State Teachers College, B.A. Marking a ballot to vote can be done two ways as Mr. Lazear shows Mike Cooper and Dave Hayes. Copping out with drugs is one way to get out of reality but you have to come back sometime. Taking the course on drugs was a way to get out of Social Studies for three weeks but some may have been saved from turning to drugs which would be quite an accomplishment. And maybe it made it easier to come back to Social Science feeling that they had solved a problem and now could con- tribute more to class knowing themselves better. Mr. Albert Graziano, faculty co-chairman of the unit, joined with teachers to make this course the first one ever held. Too much emphasis on heroin and other hard drugs, groups too large for discussion, and movies too repititious were some of the feelings about the ordeal. Others urged a longer unit hav- ing more and younger volunteers and ex-users. A mock election was held with permission from the School Board. Mr. Lazear ' s first semester government class had a three week unit on voting procedures on how to mark a ballot, register, and the issues of the candi- dates. TOM FITZGERALD State College of Iowa, B.A. Kansas State Teachers College Drake, M.A. ROBERT LAWSON Drake, B.S. ELSIE WILMETH Drake, B.S. Graduate Study: Northwestern JOHN PHILLIPS Loyola University Drake, M.S. S.U.I. —106 — ORVAL KNEE State College of Iowa, B.A. Drake, M.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U. HARRY MORTENSEN Grandview, A. A. Univ. of Minn., B.S., M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, S.U.I. EUGENE WORDEN Drake, B.A. Graduate Study: Columbia, Univ. of la., S.U.I., I.S.U. Practical Experience Provided by Math and Science " Show that a circle is ob- tained as a special case of the ellipse when the foci are coin- cident. " This is a problem this year ' s algebra, geometry and trigonometry students learn to solve. Math courses demand logical thinking and problem solving ability which would help in a career of engineering, teaching, or accounting. Mr. Wizards ' , names of bones, team efforts, smelly ex- periments, spotted fingers will be included in the memories of science students. Fine labora- tory facilities, individual study, and team experiments, provide students with the best oppor- tunity of learning chemistry, biology, and physics. All work and no play mokes Mr. Mortensen happy. JOHN BRINDLEY S.C.I. , B.A. I.S.U., M.S. I.S.U., Drake Univ. LAWRENCE HUTZELL U.N. I., B.A. Middle Tenn. State Univ., M.A. WALTER FRANZ Iowa Wesleyon College, B.S. Univ. of Iowa, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake, South Dakota State CHARLES LEHFELD Central College, B.A. Omaha Univ., M.S. Graduate Study: Wm. Jewell College, Iowa State University, Drake Diane Bacon, Jonyce Young, and Cindy Erickson doing another one of those smelly experiments. — 107— Band and Choir Have Souls That Get Together DONNA EMMONS Drake Univ., B.M., M.M. Graduate Study: I.S.U. Boston Univ. KARL KILLINGER University of Notre Dame St. Ambrose College 3rake University, B.M.E., M.M.E Miss Emmons directing choir puts all she has into it. Expressing oneself in music is so fulfilling that one wants to share it with others. That is why we had such an active band and choir. After perform- ing " The Star Spangled Spectacular, " a patriotic program, they also gave an assembly since it was so well received. Money was earned for the trip to South Dakota. All football games and home series basketball games were highlighted with their music. Marching in parades such as Drake Relays and Armed Forces took much practice on early mornings. Singing together in mixed harmony, the choir practices modern songs. Making The Scene In T.V. Productions New Class This program has been filmed by Gary McClanahan, sound by Debbie Lewis, and the stars are Jim Hummer and Joni Arnold. JOHN THOMPSON Grinnell College, B.A. Western Reserve, M.A. Producing a complete tele- vision show was the major proj- ect of the new T.V. prcxiuction class this fall. Mr. John Thompson taught the class. Script writing, acting, tap- ing, costume and set designs, and lighting were studied. Any- one interested in writing could find this course a challenge. —108— Home Management and Art Enable Students to Do Their Thing Keeping these kids busy wasn ' t as hard as Jackie Abbey and Kathy Allsup thought. The Art Department provides a chance for students to display their creativity. V Painting still lifes, making masks, life-size cardboard portraits, and re- producing old masters for Mame were a few of the projects which aided in developing art skills. AMY BRYANT I.S.U., B.A. Graduate Study: Drake ERMA WILSON I.S.U., B.S. Graduate Study: I.S.U., Drake Gaining better insight into the problems of family living, proper preparation of food, co- ordinating home furnishings and learning correct child care is the purpose of the Home Management courses. By using the excellent home management facilities at North the students prepare them- selves for managing their own homes in the future. Lynn Munzenmoier creates a Madonna to use in " Mame. " Painting with background music sets the mood for imagination. — 109— JANE PETERSON B.F.A., Drake HP WILLIAM FUNTE State College of Iowa, B.A. Univ. of Denver, M.A. Graduate Study: Drake SANDRA JORDAN Drake, B.S. CAROL DAVIS Drake, B.A. MARY JANE BLEE Simpson College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake Skill and Accuracy Used in Business Education and Reading Lab Shorthand, typing, clerical practice, bookkeeping and other business fundamentals aid many non- college bound students in finding jobs upon gradua- tion. These classes also provide students with the necessary base if they plan to continue their school- ing in accounting, secretarial, and business education. ELAINE PETERSON Peru State College, B.S. PHYLLIS PHOENIX Univ. of Iowa N.W. Missouri, B.A. Drake One and one is two, two and two is threc EDITH SHARP HELEN MORISON Read faster, faster; turn those pages. The Reading Laboratory provides a variety of methods and experiences to build competency in read- ing and communication skills. It contributes to the development of study habits and methods, and strives to improve relationships between language and human behavior. — 1 10— Distributive and Office Education Provide On The Job Training SAM TREICHLER Univ. of Iowa, B.S.C. Drake U.N.I, Printing signs, participating at con- ventions, learning about ad layouts, and job interviewing is included in the Distributive Education courses. It is a three semester course with on the job training. The students have class in the morning and work during the Sign making gives practical experience as Steve Kinter demonstrates. afternoon. How about receiving school credits and getting paid for it at the same time? If this appeals to you. maybe Office Education should be considered. You take two class- es: shorthand and typing, or clerical prac- tice and clerical problems. You work in the afternoon. Ending it ' s first year O.E. is considered very successful, with very few problems. BETTY JACKbON N.W. Missouri State, B.S. Univ. of Missouri, M.S. Graduate Study: Univ. of Kansas, Colo. State College, Drake Guest speakers help plan further education. -1 1 1 — Ma nual Mastery Makes Men Molders Of Mechanisms Providing Iowa with safe, responsible drivers is the purpose of Drivers Education. This course consists of simulator training, classroom study, and actual driving, which gives the students a better background of the necessary rules for being a good driver. ROBERT COLLINS JAY WAND Becky Fuller prepares to show Mr. Wildmon she ' s not c typical " woman driver. IRVIN WILDMAN Parsons, B.S. Iowa State Colorado A. M. Drake Mechanical drawing, woodshop, auto mechanics, and metal shop are de- signed to give students a broad background with some degree of depth and skill. All these courses stress quality and accuracy, which produce students capable of quality work. The industrial art classes furnish valuable experience for students whether they plan to enter a vocational school or specialize in a specific trade. LARRY WIEDEMEIER State College of Iowa, B.A., M.S DAVID HARDIE Iowa State, B.S., M.S. Le ROY PARSONS Stout State Univ., B.S I.S.U., M.S. Richard Hampe and Alonzo Clark smooth off the rough edges in woodshop. —112— New Horizons and Work Study Link People With Purpose Close study plus individual help characterize New Horizons class. A New hHorizons social science class was added this year. Introducing it to the students was Mr. Poehlein. The program ' s purpose was to help students finish school by using individualized instruction techniques and to find part time jobs. American history and Modern Consumer Education were new units studied. Sincere association is shared among work study students. Taught by Mrs. Baldwin, they are presented with a brighter outlook on life. Independence and a more certain future are goals they hope to reach. Remodeling Class First Of Its Kind Restoration of a house gutted by fire was the as- signment for two classes of boys enrolled in a new remodeling course, which is the only one of its kind in the city. Each worked three hours applying their skills of carpentry, plumb- ing, and electricity. Now they will be eligible for apprenticeship in these fields. The new roof-floor plan and partitions of the house will be used for display when finished. LEO KOESTER Loras College, B.A., I.S.U. Drake, M.S. The wolf won ' t blow this house down. — ] 13— 7 Back to back on the parallel bars are Ann Ahl and Brenda Walters. Now try to get down, girls. JAMES LYLE Univ. of la., B.S., M.A. RICHARD CAMP Graduate Study: Drake Univ Drake, B.A., M.A. MARILYN QUINN Buena Vista College, B.S. Graduate Study: Drake MARY HELEN MUELL Ohio State, B.S. Ed. Graduate Study: Drake Action Gives Satisfaction In P.E. Enthusiasm, spirit, drive, en- ergy, and strength are charac- teristics of many of the youth today. In order to fully enjoy and make the most of life you must be healthy. You do not just happen to be physically fit, it takes hard work and this is the purpose of the gym classes. What are you boys trying to do, hold the floor down.? Someone in the back is cheating — one handed. — 1 14— JOANN DWIERE Library Clerk PHYLLIS SELLERS Librarian Iowa State Univ., B.S. Graduate Study: Univ. Chicago JODY McCOMBS T.V. Aide Each patient surrounded by his home, his work, his rela- tives, his friends, his joys, sor- rows, hopes, and fears gives an impressionistic painting of himself. Mrs. Beulah Fjelde doesn ' t just look at the stu- dent ' s illness, she looks at the whole picture, trying to heal the individual in body and spirit. You mean to say Don Stickney and Terry Fenimore ore actually touching a book? Yup, they ' re helping Mrs. Dwiere stack books in the library. Distruction Of Library Paves Way For New One Tearing the library down and building it up again was not possible in one day so they lugged 2,000 reference books, vertical files, and a few current magazines into room 146. It was a tight squeeze but they ' ve managed since November to facilitate enough space for 30 students at one time. They will be moving to the new library in September. Volunteering to help Mrs. McCombs by delivering and picking up A.V. equipment the guys would hide-out in the filing room. A.V. also moved due to the remodeling of the library. Filming basketball games and controlling the sound at plays and assemblies kept them hopping. Nurse Maintains Service For All BEULAH FJELDE Northwestern School of Nursing, R.N. Drake, B.S. Is it contagious? Must be. — 115— Athleti cs m participating in athletics, young men and women learn to accept their f own abilities create stamina, develop good sportsmanship, broaden character, and make friends. Through team oneness many records were broken this year. As our athletes strive for that one goal of victory, they further the realization that we are all one race. Probation? Gridders Snap Two Jinxes in 5-3 Season nni ' l F kSI " " 4 POLAR BMS J i dsms Front Row: Rodney Price, Lou Dones, John Stone, Fred Paschall, Ge.: . Av ,anahan, Steve Hollingsworth. Back Row: Steve Freeman, Ray Lorenz Rick Tittsworth, Don Lewis, Kelly Evans, Neil Brown. Front Row: Lonnie Rollen, Vonce Hawthorne, Ron Lewis, Dave Houston, Phil Johnson, Larry Minks. Back Row: Gary Strode Joe Crosswhite Bud Griffin, Brent Cox, Tom Moore. Front Row: Bob Gorver, Harold Morrow, Vernon Bundy, Mike Goskin. Cordell Kirby, Roland Moore, Chuck Green, Croig Hanson, Mark Perkins Stacv Rick ?H bb rT Ronnie Brewton, Greg Overson, Lloyd Harbin, Bob Cram, Dollos Smith, Stewort Sf rgeon, Jeff Plymes- Cubs Wind Up Perfect Season, 0-8 Days when sun s light stretches into long shadows. We meet on a field of battle. We stretch, twist, pull, and exert every mus- cle in our bodies. Hurtling object through the air. Crowd screaming. The oppo- nent rushing now directly in front of us. Decisions come quickly for my teammate and me. As we make the tackle ... to protect our goal. As our platoon rests, we see still more our teammates hud- dling, planning new strategies, lining up in Confidence and per- forming with Fluid motion to the beauty of teamwork. Captains, Jim Shepard and Grant Townseil, pose for picture with Coach Barker and Coach Rockey. — 122- Harriers Handle Hot Courses Row 1: Ray Quinn, John Manning, Mike Minnear; Steve Nichols, Mark Milton. Row 2: Coach Ken Whitney, Dick Hampe, Jeff Smith, Steve Hansen, John Doherty, Pete Julstrom, Mike King. Heart pounding, stomach knotted, tense, A small gun cracks the air and echos. Up hill and down, weeks of practice now fulfill themselves. Wanting rest now, I see men, many men Whose eyes are fixed on the glass face of A watch. Racing against the tiny mechanism, I open unexplored pores of capacity and dash to feel the cloth tape against my chest . . . Steve Nichols i 4 John Manning . . , and Mike King compete during Hoover Meet. James E. Lyie, 1915-1970, Coach, —124 — Athlete, Gentleman, AAolder Of Men Years from now. when Des Moines has become the size of New York, when interplanetary trave become a commonplace, and even when there is true peace on Earth, they will still talk about th e of Jimmy Lyie. It is hard to explain how anyone could have such an effect on so many people, and it is just as ha try to explain just what made Jimmy LyIe tick. Knowing Mr. LyIe for three years. I had just begun to know the man who for over 23 years looked North High athletics so diligently and willingly. More than a coach, James LyIe had a way of bringing out the best in all who really knew him. many people have judged him prematurely as being cold and insensitive. But not only to his assistant coaches, but especially for those who had the privilege of being coached by him. he was the most dedicated coach who was always a straight forward man. If he did seem insensitive at times, chalk it up to a man who wanted the most and the best from his students. Perhaps the reason that he demanded so much from his students is that he would never ask anything less than that from himself. He believed that anyone could be a champion, and that the cham- pions were the ones who believed it. In high school here at North and at college at the University of Iowa, he was a winner. But more than that _ he was man enough to know that his success would only be equal to the effort he put out. All through his life, he strove to achieve the perfection that would inspire countless others to follow in his path. He probably would not even approve of me writing this, because he was a man of great, almost immeasurable humility. In honoring him, we, the students of the school which he dearly loved and so willingly served, should keep those ideals of high quality citizenship, self confidence, school pride, and public service which he instilled in the hearts of those stu- dents who respected him not only by winning but by being all that they can be. So after the tears have dried and the hymns have softened, let us remember the thoughts of the man who gave his entire being for the betterment of " Dear Old North High. " And let us be proud. d. c. brown I has likes rd to after Too -125- North Cagers Compile 20-3 Record; School ' s Best Coaches Dick Camp, Gene Bogash, Mike R ' eedLtind Ksn Whitney discuss strategy in the Roosevelt game. Success was th school ' s history Bears, showed but rather a bl ing five: K ly 0 (; ligh cagers as they compiled the most successful season in the rdly figured North as a contender for honors of any kind, the Polar BER ONE. This season, there was no one person who was a star, b c i )i ' f stars into a great team effort. The entire North High start- kney, Dallas Smith, and Dave Houston received all city honors. 3 LONNIE ROLLEN, Guard No. 20 2nd Team All-City DALLAS SMITH, Center No. 50 2nd Team All-City — 127 — KELLY EVANS No. 44 1st Team All-City 5th Team All-State " 1 t DON STICKNEY Forwtjrd No. 52 All-City Honorable Mention Spirited Bench Marks Key DICK GRANT Forward No. 40 RICK PEPPER Guard No. 1 4 Most Improved Player Award RODNEY PRICE No. 4 — 128— D. C. BROWN No. 32 w w 1 North takes a timeout to plan one of its usual come- backs. Dallas Smith finds shooting over anybody under 6 ' 4 " no " real problem. " To A Successful Season RON WELCH Guard No. 54 TERRY HENSON Forward No. 24 JEFF SMITH Guard No. 22 — 129— ' Comeback Kids ' Display " We Are One " MARK PERKINS Guard No. 12 MAURICE BRUCE Guard No. 10 " It was a very good year, " as the song says and North will be saying the same thing about its basketball team now and for years to come. It was something that will live on in the heart of anyone who went to one of the Polar Bears ' heart-stopping games this year. As usual, the Bears were not expected to give anyone any competition. But the ' comeback kids ' as they were to be known, showed everyone what it meant to be number one. Thousands of people all over the nation were saddened to hear of the passing of the team ' s coach, Jimmy Lyie. When it seemed that the sea- son was over just two short weeks be- fore it began, the mighty Bears storm- ed over the competition for a top ranked finish in the Conference. Dis- trict and Sub-state action. Team work blended together with fine school support and spirit helped give the Bears the backing they need- ed to participate in the state tourna- ment for only the second time in the school ' s history. Working together in a truly beautiful brotherhood. North showed the real meaning of their cheer: " All for one, one for all, all for North High, State Champs. " Yes, " it was a very good year. " —130— m North 96 North 85 North 79 North 50 North 81 North 74 North 61 North 84 North 78 North 76 North 74 North 82 North 58 North 79 North 71 North 74 North 73 North 73 North 88 North 55 North 48 46 Eost 64 Dowh ' ng 71 Roosevelt 66 Lincoln 73 Hoover 69 Volley 50 Marsholltown 43 Tech 37 Eost 59 Dowling 81 Roosevelt 58 Lincoln 56 Hoover 72 Volley 46 Tech 61 Corroll Kuemper 71 Dowling 54 S.E. Polk 69 Knoxville 51 Volley 55 Algono Coach ' ' Bo " Gives Team, Fans, Thrilling Season From Left to Right: Grant Townsel, Jim Mozee, Pat Johnson, Jim Shepard, Bill Bethel, Calv in Knox, Dove Thomas, Dave McCombs, Rick Miller, Jim Guisinger, Cooch Bogash, center. This year, the sophomore basketball team, under the guiding hand of Coach Gene Bogash, rang up a 5-11 record. This record does not fully indicate the hours of effort and practice that these fine sophomores put into their season. Coach " Bo " gave his team many of the skills which helped him as a star for Drake basketball team a few years back. For the fans, it was truly an exciting season, as sometimes it was a heartbreaking one as the Cubs lost several games by only one point or two. Regardless of the outcome of this season these fine young men have gained the confidence and skill to make the coming years for North basketball very good years. — 132— Calvin Knox goes high in the air for field goals and rebounds Jim Shepard wishes for an ambulance as Grant Townsel wishes for two points. — 133— Tankers Have Rebuilding Year Row One: Lou Danes, Steve Nichols, Howard Howthorne, Coach Bob Lawson. Row Two: Assistant Coach Cecil Brewton John Reiff Fred Brewton Chuck Berg, Steve Johns, Reggie Lewis, Bill Reese. Row Three: Bill Wilson, Billy Brewton, John Gordon, Mick Mormet, Jeff Sotrie, ' Mark Erickson ' John Moon, Rick Kieler, Skip Warren, Paul Stevenson. The North High Swimmers ' record was not that impressive, but many things were accomplished. Sev- eral sophomores and juniors received awards for outstanding swimming as next season should be better. The most improved swimmers according to their class were Steve Nichols, senior, and Fred Brewton junior. Mark Erickson and Skip Warren were voted as the two most promising sophomores. The Co-Captains were Steve Nichols and Lou Danes. Swinnmers from other schools tried ell season to catch up to school record holders such as Rick Kieler in the 200 yard Individual Medley. — 135— Steve Hollingsworth and Roland Moore Snare City Titles Row One: Roland Moore, Ray Quinn, John Manning, Bob Lane, Bob Jackson. Row Two: Tom Lutz, Head Coach, Jeff Plymesser, Steve Hollingsworth, Cra;g Hanson, Roy Hart, Steve Honson, Assistont Coach. Row Three: Ray Prior, Gary Kallansrud, Mike Giudicessi, Frank Wong. Wrestling is a sport in which many things are necessary to be a winner. A lack of any one of these things can result in defeat. This year, North wrestling lacked experience on a team level. Graduation nearly cleared the ranks last year, but the team never lost their aggressiveness on the mat at any time. Individually, this team provided consistent performers such as Steve Hollingsworth who was North ' s only competitor in the state tournament. Steve was also city champion, wrestling at the 185 lb. division. In addition, Roland Moore, who was also a city champion at 138 lbs., starred for North. Next year the Bears will be returning many wrestlers and are looking forward to a successful season. Champion Roland Moore receives kiss " at North ' s Quadrangular meet. ' a handshake instead of — 137— Cindermen ' ' Run for their Lives " S P R I N G S P O R T S Mark Perkins finds out " that low hurdles aren ' t really that low " at the East meet. TRACK TRACK TEAM — Row one: Morris Wright, John Manning, Torianno Kirby, Bill Wilson, Fred Brewton, Ray Quinn. Row two: Coach Ken Whitney. Mike Minear, John Doherty, Mark Perkins, Steve Nichols. Row three: Assistant Coach Bob Lawson, Chuck Berg, Mark Erick- son, Jim Shepard, Calvin Knox. Row four: Fred Paschall, Dan Porter, Dick Hampe. — 138— Dilligent Duffers Defiantly Duel Defeat BOY ' S GOLF— Row one: Russ Dorr, Jeff Alvestead, Rick Miller, Jeff Satrie. Row two: Coach Harry Mortensen, Jim Donavon, Bob Cram, Gay McDonald. Coach Harry Mortensen Carrying loaded bags across couritless Hills and Valleys, I wonder of the Significance of it all. Hitting small, Textured ball across acres of green grass, (When I could be home with my boy girl friend.) Hooking and slicing my way to frustration, I quickly learn and adapt a new vocabulary To fit my moods. As I am close to nature I realize the rarity of the " Eagle " and other birdies. GIRL ' S GOLF — Row one: Judy Boiler, Debbie Sawhill, Kathy Alexander, Patty Horsburgh. Row two: Coach Harry Mortensen Michelle Peterson Chris Alexander, Sally Jugenheimer. ' ' —139— North Racketeers Gamble For Conference Profit 1st Row: Linda Meadows, Jeanne Ancell, Sue Patterson, Nancie Lavine. 2nd Row: Jean Hart, Debbie Harmon Janice Young, Loreli Ellis. 3rd Row: Melodee Mundell, Lynn Bobenhouse, Karia Darner, Sondi Fisher, and Loach John Brindley. When I was a kid, and I made a lot of racket, so I went outside. While outside, I saw others making racket with cloth ball and silken net. So I joined their racket, and made more racket, and made my racket Victorious. Front Row: John Stone, Denny Williams, Jim England, Randy Nicholson, Mark Milton. Morrow, Larry Davis, Coach John Brindley. — 1 40 — Bock Row: Don Stickney, Dick Grant, Rick Tittsworth, Harold Batmen Ready for Robin ' Bases this Year RETURNING LETTERMEN — Front Row: Brent lox, bill Wheeler, Rob Garvcr, Lou L.ancs Back Row: Jim Calhoun, Bud Grift, n Not Pictured: Rick Pepper. Liberated NHS Women Compete in Expanded Sports Program Front Row: Connie Roberts, Debbie Howard. Middle Row: Marcia Morse, Sue Chest, Gail Clubb, Pott Moberly, Karia Chappas, Becky Fuller, Debbie Johnson. Back Row: Coach Mortensen, Chris Schnoor, Sue Leveke, Marianne McDermott, Debbie Potter, Patti Sidoner. — 141 — This year, softball, volleyball and track were added to the list of girls athletics in the state. The girls volleyball team proved that while new to the game, they could compete with the be t in the state, as they finished second in the district and moved on to state competition. The other girls showed no less deter- mination and desire as they competed very well. GIRLS ' TRACK TEAM — Front Row: Vera Andrews, Robin Roilen, Elaine Christiansen, Stacy Taylor, Mary Wells, Eleanor Wong. Middle Row: Kothy Arnold, Mary Hayes, Debbie Johnson, Marcio Morse, Jockie Robinson, Ellen Bushnell, Nadine Fober. Back Row: Coach Miss Marylin Quinn, Evelyn Van Dam, Connie Roberts, Chris Schooner, Patti Sidoner, Mary Queener, Kathy Griffin, Lori Nelson, Miss Sandi Thorpe. — 142— Advertising 1 Our yearbook could not suc- ceed without the cooperation of % 9 m f these businesses that have bought advertising. Only by working together and helping each other, are we one. Our thanks and grati- tude go to these wonderful people for supporting the North High Polar Bear, and we en- courage everyone to patronize them whenever possi- ble. I FOR MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT . . . we honor the UPPER 3% whose scholastic excellence and Outstanding accomplishment during the school year merits the acclaim and recognition of all. 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Fleming 266-7295 (1 Block South of East Madison — East of E. 14th St.) Sold by Jim Calhoun GINO ' S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE FEATURING ITALIAN DISHES, AGED STEAKS, CHICKEN, SEA FOODS, and PIZZA Party Rcx)m Available Ph. 282-4029 243-9702 2809 - 6th Ave. Sold by Keni ' ie Reeves YOUGETAL0r OF ENERGY FOR A PENNY I ! I -147— CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF " 71 " Jack McLeran Masonery Sold by John McLeran .4, 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 Lester Colton, Vice President Ernest A. Ashdown. Jr., Treasurer c o North High School, 501 Holcomb Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50313 — — " j I 4.. VICTORIA CLEANERS 541 -6th Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Pam Bobenhouse i +- i ! I I s I KNOX CAFE 1535 E. Euclid Sold by Bill Marshall ORIENTAL GIFT SHOP 824 Locusl- 282-8710 i i I i I Sold by Reynolds Sheldon COUCH RACING PARTS 1516 2nd Ave. Bill or Stan 282-3769 j i See I 4. — , — , Sold by Phil Johnson i I I I I 4 I f I I i I I I +• CITY AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY 1537 Second Avenue Des Moines. Iowa 50314 Phone 288-5729 S »l(l by Molodee Mutulell FIRESTONE STORE 131 E. Euclid Des Moines, Iowa Forest L. Greene, Mgr. 288-0178 Sold by Janet Herrold f I HENRY ' S HAMBURGERS 2806 -6th Ave. Sold by Kenrie Reeves KORDICK PLUMBING AND HEATING 4230 -2nd Avenue Phone 288-8531 Sold by Kenrie Reeves CONVENIENT ECONOMICAL HANDY . . . Way to Get About YELLOW CABS I 4... Phone 243-1111 Sold by Teri Sheldon and Jodi Reynolds f ———————————— We Wont You To Bank at the Plaza . . . You ' ll Like MPs More Personal Service PLAZA STATE BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 301 Merle Hay Plaza Sold by Carol Swanson —149— i FAABORG PHARMACY — + I i 2222 East 14th St. 1 Phone 266-5159 j S,.1 1 by Marilyn Hull ' I i Norman Cassidy | Sold by Norma Perry [ FRANKELS 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 Teri Sheldon and Jodi Reynolds TERRACE ROLLER RINK Public Skating and Private Parties Call for Schedule 24th and Hickman Phone 279-6395 i I I Sold by Kenrie Reeves LANG CLEANERS 2526 E. University Sold by Phil Johnson I — iiM — MM — in— iiii— nil— Nil— ■•{ TENDER-CRUST PIE COMPANY (wholesale) 1603 East Grand Arenue Phone 266-1281 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Norma Perry 70-2 — 150- CRESCENT CHEVROLET CO. | New Chevy ' s — 555 - 17fh j Used Cars and Trucks — 12th Locust | Downtown Des Moines i Sold by Jim Calhoun I 4. HAY D-X STATION ARGO A.T.V. SALES SERVICE 401 EUCLID Sold by Elaine Johnson I on (Two stores to serve the whole family) Men and Young Men ' s 2721 Beaver 274-3485 Department Store 2709-11 Beover 274-1553 Sold by Bud Griffin STRONG AND FRIENDLY IOWA STATE BANK " AT THE FOOT OF THE CAPITOL " 288-01 1 1 E. 7th Locust Member F.D.I.C. I Sold by Judy Holste AT GRADUATION ...WE HOPE YOU ' LL CARRY WITH YOU FOR THE FUTURE, THE FACT THAT. UNITED FEDERAL SAVINGS IS WHERE " PEOPLE COME FIRST " DES MOINES - OTTUMWA - OSCEOLA - WINTERSET - JEFFERSON Home Office: Locust at 4th Des Moines Sold by Judy Holste (Complete Printing. Service an I - redded an d f- erdonnei ART SERVICE COPY SERVICE IT MEANS LAYOUT SERVICE PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE All of these PLUS The Latest Equipment and Skilled Craftsmen are yours at GARNER PUBLISHING COMPANY 1636 Locust Phone 282-8146 Estimates Gladly Given — Call 282-8146 for Our Representatire —152— KLEIN S DEPARTMENT STORE 6th and Euclid Customer Parking Free in Rear Sold by Norma Perry i I I i 4 NITA ' S BEAUTY SALON 1327 6th Avenue 288-7526 Sold by Kenrie Reeves PLAZA LANES 2701 Douglas Phone 255-1111 I i I OAK PARK PHARMACY 3720-6th Ave. i i I 1 288-2304 j A behind (the scene) glimpse of senior women at work. — 153— i COUCHMAN-WILSON DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Open Week Days 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Closed Sundays (Free Prescription Delivery) 200 Euclid Ave. Phone 243-3141 Si.lil by Maril.vn Hull i I 1 ! I DAMAN REFRIGERATION CO. Commercial Air Conditioning Norbert G. Daman Phone (515) 288-2144 .Siilil by Roiter Ciilton i I i 1 i ■4 i I i I I •4 i I 1 I i i I ! I i I i Brownie ' s Parking Lot Congratulations to the Class of ' 71 j Convenient Downtown Locations, member | of national association Courtesy-Reliability I Shop Downtown Des Moines | i Main Office 417-9th St. Phone 282-8490 | Sold by Kenrie Reeves f CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1971 Hy-Vee Food Stores 100% Employee Owned " ' A friendly smile in every aisle " ' Hy-Vee Food Store 1 2310 West Euclid Hy-Vee Food Store 2 2537 East Euclid Hy-Vee Food Store 3 S.E. 14th and Park Ave. Hy-Vee Food Store 4 Fleur and McKinley t Sold by Judy Boiler with " Quality You Can Taste " -nnDERSon ericksoh dairy co. 2229 Hubbell Des Moines Phone Collect 265-2521 Sold by Kenrie Reeves Joann Harvey + « EKDAHL ' S MARKET Meats - Groceries - Produce 2210 East 9th Street Phone 266-3643 Sold by Rosrer Colton Iowa Bowling Billiard Supply, Inc. 3034 50316 Dick Willis, Owner 1701 2nd Avenue 50314 Phone 288-9737 Sold by Patti Horsburt? 243 6544 RUSSELLS SERVICES Roofing Spouting General Repair Fire Wood Sold by Judy Boiler r 1 i i I ! Knighf- ' s Bake Shop 1402 E. 9th Sold by Patti 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 SoM by Bill Marshall ARNOLD ' S HIGHLAND PARK FUNERAL HOME 3500 - 6th Avenue Phone 288-6551 I Sold by Judy Holste Park Realty Building Contractors and Realtors 607 Douglas Phone 282-8313 Sold by Kenrie Reeves HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Sfatti Groid a Oss Moines. Iowa 50307 4. Sold by Teri Sheldon and Jodi Reynolds • -———«.—————. AAMCO TRANSAAISSIONS 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. 6fh Ave. Sold by Judy Holste I s I — 155— George Bogue Agency Bookkeeping 852 Hull 265-3942 Sulci by KoKer Coltim +- 1 I ! i 1 I i i 1 i 1 I +•- i 1 ! 1 I 4..,, HILAND PARK HARDWARE 3613 Sixth Avenue Frank and Phyllis Jenkins 244-0443 Siild by Judi Heuss and Sandi Wickliff IOWA MACHINERY SUPPLY CO. 1711 Second Ave. 288-0123 Sold by Norma Perry ■ WHITIE SOUTH S BARBER SHOP 4207 6th Ave. Sold by Clay McDonald BELL BROS. Heating Air Conditioning Carrier Colemon 2822 -6th Are. 244-8911 FREE ESTIMATES Sold by Jim Calhoun «- Golden Harvest Restaurant i 2nd Avenue and Interstate 80 Open seven days a week 7-11 Zip Code 50313 Sold by Judi Heuss 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 nnean 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 " y s. " JOHN DEERE John Deere Des Moines Works Des Moines, Iowa i I 1 j I i -4. I 1 COMPLIMENTS OF SHERMAN S SUPER VALU 1623 6th Ave. FRANK OPDYKE BODY SERVICE 417 16th Street 282-6798 Des Moines, Iowa + — . — , „ „ Sold by Sue McCrea + 1 Iowa ' s Largest Dodge Dealer Des Moines Dodge Inc. New Car Sales and Service I 2103 Ingersoll Avenue Telephone 283-2482 ] I I I + — Des Moines, Iowa 50312 Sold by Lois Dunahoo Debbie Hay i HIGHTOWER ! ! Decorated Cakes ! 3820 Douglas Des Moines, la. Phone 277-4314 j Open Noon Til 9 Weekdays I Saturday 9 to 4 P.M. I ! Wedding Cakes Our Specialty Complete Wedding Consultation by Marian Hightower A Wedding Consultant for Over 20 Years Invitations Gift and Guest Books Thank You Notes Personalized Napkins Party Rentals Wide Assortment of Cake Top Ornoments Ring Pillows Flower Baskets Toasting Glasses Nut Cups Favors Cards Wrappings Everything You Need for o Complete Wedding Sold by Rosrer Colton 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. — 157— Sold by Judy Holste — — + I I 1 I 1 GRODT McKAY Realtors — Insurers 1100 Grand W.D.M. Sold by Kim Worley ! I i i I 4.. CANADA DRY i 2815 4th Street Sold bv Kenrie Reeves | Best Wishes amde Studio Parkfair Arcode 100 E. Euclid Phone 282-8965 I Sold by Mary Klaver f +• I 4..—.—.— — «— Holiday Inn i North— 3501 E. 14th Sold by Harry Ritter and Mark Milton 265-2541 I ! I . i LARSON ' S HUSKEY | 3418 -6th Ave. Phone 243-9355 I ! Sold by Kenrie Reeves | 4 . » + MARMET ' S AUTO PAINTING Body and Fender Repairs Specialty Auto Painting 752 E. Broadwoy Des Moines, lowo H.. — H.. H« — — « — « — Al and Don Ph. 288-0727 Sold by Jodi Reynolds and Teri Sheldon Central National Bank 8- Trust Company LOCUST AT SIXTH AVENUE • DRIVE IN WALK UP TELLfR FIFTH AND GRAND DES MOINES. IOWA MEMBER F D I C Judy Holslc 4. „ . . 4. —158— „ I I I 2710 Beaver Avenue | Sold by Kim Worley I Compliments of JERRY S SHOES BEAVERDALE SHOPPING CENTER i Phone 288-6704 f i MAX HARRIMAN - HAIR STYLIST ! I OF PARK FAIR I 100 E. Euclid Ave. Des Moines, Iowa § Sold by Norma I ' erry • I Des Moines Music House Established 1916 GEORGE WILKINSON, Proprietor EVERYTHING MUSICAL Drums, Band Instruments, Guitars, Ukes, Banjos 814 Walnut 244-4161 Sold by Kenrie Reeves LA PIZZA HOUSE GOOD LUCK from a couple of North High Graduates, Russ Reel and Abbie Polito 1013 S.E. 14th 288-2211 Sold by Kenrie Reeves I R. W. ROWAT J. V. ROWAT I 1 Rowaf Cuf St-one Company ] I CONTRACTORS IN CUT STONE AND MARBLE I I 110 S. E. 7th Street | J Area Code 515 Telephone 244-8604 and 244-5513 Sold by Ro er Colton Capital City Electric Co. Electrical Contract ' ors Ph one 288-5783 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Kenrie Reeves J e Honda Has It ALL Come to Garvis Honda Town 1603 Euclid Phone 243-3922 Sold by Mike Giudicessi 4..—,. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS, FROM LINN ' S SUPER VALU 3805 Sixth Avenue 1(1 Sandi Wickliff STONER PIANO COMPANY I I I i Henry C. Olson, President I 1417 Hull Avenue Phone 265-0348 I 4..,, Sold by Ken lie Reeves I GOOD LUCK SENIORS Highland Park State Bank Member F.D.I.C. Main Bank Third and Euclid Drive-In Bank Second and Euclid East 28th and Euclid Sold by Kenrie Reeves Ronnie ' s Beauty Salon 2903 - 6th Avenue 288-4875 288-4876 Sold by Vicki Bump m 1 m m m, h. ».. m m. ... «u m, m m m m ... m ••{• HOLIDAY TRAILER SALES 3514 E. 14th Phone 265-4467 Des Moines, Iowa 50316 4. Sold by Rojrer Colton BOESEN THE FLORIST Best Blooming Flowers in Town 3 LOCATIONS Downtown — 7th Grand Ingersoll 38th Ingersoll Ave. Beaverdale 3422 Beaver Ave. Sold by Bud CIriffin Here ' s why more and more Des Moines graduates choose Grand View each year . . . Statistics show that each year more and more Des Moines graduates are choosing Grand View College . . . And here are some of the reasons . . . • A 75-year heritage of academic excellence • Concerned faculty interested in each student • Two-year and Three -year programs • Reasonable tuition • Modern classrooms • Fully-accredited liberal arts and pre- professional curriculum Before choosing your college, consider Grand View. WE WOULD BE PLEASED TO SEND YOU FURTHER INFORMATION. JUST WRITE: Director of Adnnissions GRAND VIEW COLLEGE A COLLEGE OF THE LUTHERAN CHURCH IN AMERICA 1200 Grandview Ave. Des Moines, Iowa — 160— Congratulations Class of VI 4 — Wafkins Quality Products j Fine quality for over 100 years f 1607 - 6th Avenue 288-1607 Sold by KoKer Colton I ! 1 1 I i 4.. FRISK AND MOON CATERING Delicious Complete Meal Service Sales Meetings - Banquets - Plant Parties - Picnics Wedding Receptions Dial 266-7435 822 Arthur Sold by Mary Klaver .4. I A couple of level headed guys try to level a warped board. — 161 — Over 175 Iowa By-Lo Food Stores Salute The Graduating North High Seniors An exciting and challenging future awaits each of you. We wish you the utmost success. Acri Wholesale Grocery Company 1400 Market Street Des Moines, Iowa Home of Your Friendly By-Lo Food Store " Sold by Ann Lisrouii D. E. GATES RADIO REPAIR j 1500 2nd Ave. 244-2500 DES MOINES, IOWA 50314 Sold by Kenrie Reeves i FOR GRADUATION PORTRAITS . ! ... IN THE MODERN TREND LAWSONS Highland Park PHOTOGRAPHERS I 3825 Sixth Avenue 243-0661 Sold by Kenrie Reeves 4,.— Congratulations " 71 " Grads Mable Dahlstrom Borg Roy W. S. Dahlstrom DAHLSTROM FUNERAL HOME Sold by Norma Perry 4.. I Phone 255-1087 255-2730 Day or Night i ' DEREMIAHS { PLUMBING - HEATING - HARDWARE f 2615 Beaver Avenue Des Moines, Iowa 50310 f Sold by Kim Worley Continental Trailways Charter service anywhere 1416 Locust 243-5971 — — Sold by Kenrie Reeves CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Midwestern Paper Co. (The House of Service) 1801 Hull 265-1631 Sold by Kenrie Reeves 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. VALLBY BANK and TRUST COMPANY WALNUT at FOURTH SEVENTEENTH from GRAND to LOCUST Sold by Judy Holste 1 I HOWARD ' S TEXACO 4200 2nd Are. 243-9214 i Sold by Joann Harvey ! I Congratulations THE POPCORN BIN I Park Fair Shopping Center Phone 288-6681 I Sold by Roger Colton i , . . MM — HI-HO GRILL 417 Euclid Avenue Delicious Food Open Sunday Thru Friday 6:30 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Sold by Kenrie Reeves | _«._.-_«._«—.—.„,—,„.—„.._,.„—,.,—,..._..«—... . ....—.4. 1 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS EAST DES MOINES NATIONAL BANK Serving All East Des Moines Main Banks: East-gate 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 I Office Drive In: S.E. 14th Indianola Rd. 285-1111 Sold by Kenrie Reeves Judy Holste ' Just South of North " TOM ' S CLARK 1607 2nd Congratulations Class of ' 71 It pays to drop-in instead of Out! Sold by Jim Calhoun 1 I +- i 1 i I I t- I I I I I 4.,,. +- i i i BARBERING BY DEL 409 W. Euclid All Modern Styles ■ i i I I Sold by Jim Day ! + CONGRATULATIONS DIAL FINANCE COMPANY Sold by Kenrie Reeves „ For all Your Real Estate Needs Herman Miller Realty Co. 4006 Sixth Avenue Call 288-9761 Member of Multiple Listing Service Sold by Kenrie Reeves V. C. BENDEROFF CO., INC. Aspholf Contractors — 244-5263 J S.E. 5th Hartford Des Moines 1 _ _ Sold by Kim Worley ! MACMILLAN OIL COMPANY, INC. 4306 - 2nd Ave. 283-0632 The best grade of gasoline ond 20 brands of lukcoil S..I.I by Milton Ritter I i ! 1 s ! -•+ Neilson Candy Bar Imported from Canada Gordon ' s Wholesale Inc. Sold by Kenrie Reeves i THERPS ROOM ©GROW ENEATH THE EQUITABLEI ii ' i i iTfini SffiiEfiipiaffl ' 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 Judy Holste IH.— Dairii Queen I I ! j I 4.-. +- i 1 i 1 1 4.,,, +■- i 1 i i ! HALL ' S JEWELRY Watch and clock repairs — charms — pendent — birthstone rings. Bulova and Wyler watches — M K gold jewelry. 522 Euclid 288-7797 Sold by Lois Dunahoo Silhouette Beauty Salon 3002 E. 14th Phone 262-6664 Sold by Carol Nodland GOODYEAR 900 Locust Sold by Teri Sheldon Jodi Reynolds I 1 I 4. I Sheldon Sew Mac 3900 Amherst Sold by Teri Sheldon Jodi Resmolds M ' Lords Formal Rental - Sales — Open Evenings — In Park Fair Arcade 100 E. Euclid Call 243-8221 Sold by Jim Calhoun | . „._. Drentlaw Dairy Queen Stores 1st Euclid 6th College Sold by Ken l ie Reeves , SINCE 1909 Call 243-4264 - 413 Euclid Congratulations from All the King ' s men and All the King s ladies Sold by Harry Ritter and Mark Milton i «, MM m .... m .... .H. .... . {• Pickup Daily Saturday The only LEATHER SUEDE Professionals in Des Moines. Also Specializing in DRAPES. Sold by Joann Harvey I ! I I I I PARKFAIR RECORD SHOP ' Albums — singles — car tapes — cassettes — guitars — sheet music — accessories. Special Orders Welcome 100 E. Euclid 288-6160 ! Sold by Patrice Rubino Dai ryln Norem 1 BEAVERDALE DX DICK ELBEN DES MOINES, IOWA 50310 2636 Bearer Ave. Phone 279-6825 Sold by Kim Worley HIGHLAND PASTRY Birthday Cakes - Graduation Cakes Wedding Cakes 3615 Sixth Avenue 282-4059 j Sold by Bud (Iriffin f — TAKE IT ALONG TWELVE POUNDS LIGHT! G. Picture Meas. Diag. Here ' s a perfect package of fun. See the Admiral Dealer nearest you. Get one now! Distributed by W. ONTHANK company DES MOINES, IOWA Siilil by Jim Day Ifi l Lepley ke your date to a v 6ddJamous iBstaurant McDonald u LI® —167— 4. — ..- n atffer atterson AUTO SALES Al tMN-LIROADWAT m.2t2-03M Sold by Teri Sheldon MAXHEIM PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO i I Phone 255-2159 544 - 36th Street DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Judi Heuss Meet me ot — THE ' CAROUSEL " Evening Skating Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Matinee Skating Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday PHONE 285-6756 282-8750 606 E. ARMY POST ROAD Sold by Kenrie Reeves ! 1 i ! 4 Congratulations to the Class of ' 71 TRAX OIL COMPANY 2813 -6th Ave. 1955 Hubbell Sold by Kenrie Reeves i i I JESSEN ' S CONVENIENCES MARKET i Open 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. 2220 East 14th Sold by RoKer Colton i I COMPLIMENTS OF AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY Department of Iowa Sold by Kenrie Reeves r 4.. SCHWARZ DRUG CO. 1301 Forest Phone 243-3269 i 1 j ! ! ■4 ■■+ i 1 I Sold by Judy Boiler I I - •• i i POLITO BODY SHOP 4235 - 2nd Avenue Complete Body Repair end Painting John — Mike 282-6101 Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Debbie Hay i I I I 1 •4 Newburgh Brokerage Co. 1907 Ingersoll Ave. Phone 283-1919 DES MOINES, IOWA 50309 Branch Office: 922- 19th Street Bettendorf, Iowa Orlan Ryan Sold by Ann Ahl ■ + i I I i I i I I I I 8 I 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 il 2:00 A.M. Reservations — 288-2246 Sold by Kenrie Reeve.s 4. . •f TOM D. Brown C O L COLOR PHOTOGRAPHY j i. 3S39 MERLE HAY RD. SUITE 114 DES MOINES. IOWA PHONE 270-0474 j Sold by Kenrie Reeves . A Prescription Pharmacy 1541 SIXTH AVENUE DES MOINES, IOWA 50314 I Sold by Hitter and Milton Professional Directory ROBERT L. PETTIT, D.O. Allergy 2921 E. 9th Sold by Roger Colton Dr. Michael D. Rubino, Dentist 223 Euclid Sold by Patrice Rubino r DR. C. D. FREDERICKS and I DR. C. E. NEWCOMER i 1143 42nd Phone 255-1135 I Sold by Lois Dunahoo Congratulations FRASIER OPTICIANS FASHION EYE WEAR CONTACT LENSES 4817 Unirersity Are. Phone 277-3210 Sold by Sue Vosburg I CHARLES R. PETERSON, M.D. | I 1061 Fifth Avenue { I Des Moines. Iowa 50314 Phone 288-6797 | Sold by Kenrie Reeves I . 4 I 4- LOU KRICK, JR., D.D.S. Ingersoll Medical-Dental Building I 4.. Phone 279-9771 3830 ingersoll Sold by Kenrie Reeves i I i 4 DR. DENNIS J. WALTER, M.D. i 3900 E. 14th Street i I + Phone 265-4236 Sold by Judi Heuss and Sandi Wickliff Dr. Frank C. Jefferies Dr. Clement S. O Meara Dr. Donald V. Hagan f 530 39th St. Des Moines, Iowa 50312 Sold by Kenrie Reeves 4... ! I i I i ! I DR. JOHN Q. A. MATTERN OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON i I I I 819 Savings Loan Building , Sold by Kenrie Reeves I i Dr. W. H. Smith Dr. Wayne Lage Dr. Edgar Smith FOREST AVENUE DENTISTS Office 277-4447 2214 Forest Ave. i Sold by Kenrie Reeves i Congratulations I j DR. MEREDITH R. SAUNDERS, M.D. j 1422 Woodland Ave. Phone 243-7191 I Sold by Kenrie Reeves I . „„ „M .... ... H. .4 DR. C. E. WORSTER 1934 Jefferson 283-1155 4. Sold by Judy Boiler I I I CLINTON P. DAVIS, D.D.S. j 804 Equitable Building i Phone 243-4616 Sobl by Darryln Norem i 4 +.- Robert E. Cahalan, D.D.S. 1066 4th Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Roffer Colton —169— -■•—■•I Dr. John M. Chenchar General Dentistry Phone 243-2412 1067 W. 5th Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Lois Dunahoo DR. THOMAS E. WARD Optometrist 810 Fleming BIdg. ! I I I DES MOINES, IOWA 244-2419 j i Sold by Kim Worley ! I Dr. D. David Kinser 7342 Hickman Road Sold by Mike Wilson 1 —.4. Sold by Joe Davis Jim Day Congratulations Seniors FLORSHEIM SHOE SHOP I +„. 312 6th Ave. Sold by Rotfer Colton PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC, and Divisions World leader in Agri- Genetics PIONEER, SEEDS OHq-Line. CHICKS PIONEER. ®C ?J BEEF CATTLE BROILER BREEDERS PIONEER. DATA SYSTEMS PIONEER SEED DIVISION, Des Moines, Iowa Pioneer brand corn, sorghum, alfalfa and cereal seed HY-LINE POULTRY FARMS, Des Moines, Iowa Hy-Line brand layer- type chicks. PIONEER BEEF CATTLE COMPANY, Des Moines, Iowa Pioneer brand Angus, Charolais, Hereford, Red Angus cattle and semen. INDIAN RIVER POULTRY FARMS, Lancaster, Pa. Indian River brand broiler breeders. PIONEER DATA SYSTEMS, INC., Des Moines, Iowa Computer programs and management services (g) Registered trademark of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.A. — 170— 4... I I I 4.,. Iowa Roofing Company 2908 Sixth Avenue { Sold by Lois Dunahoo Debbie Hay 1 .._«_«_._«._.4. Open Monday, Thursday and Friday BRUCE AND CARLSON I i Furniture and Carpets 3612 - 2nd Avenue Sold by Ann Lisouri ft Vicki Bump +■ I 1 i I I 4 — York Printing Co., Inc. 1901 E. Euclid 262-2901 Sold by Roger Colton COMPLIMENTS OF DOMINO ' S RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Private Parties, Clubs, Meetings 1201 EUCLID DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Ann Ligrouri The Friendly Beauty Salon 4000 -6frh Ave. Phone 288-1205 Specialize: Haircutting Permanent Waving Hair Coloring Frosting - Tipping Wigs - Wiglets Hours: Monday thru Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Eves, by appointment Where Old Friends Meet " DOROTHY ' S BEAUTY SALON 1 5 Operators I 4. „_„ Dorothy M. Parkins, Owner Sold by Patti Horsburgh , .,. — „A Grand View Plumbing and Heating Co. Residential Repair and Commercial 266-8127 Sold by Lois Dunahoo Printers of The NORTH HIGH ORACLE . . SARCONE PUBLISHING COMPANY 1139 -24th Street DES MOINES, IOWA 50311 i BRADLEY PRINTING COMPANY Wedding Announcements Yearbooks Name Cards Complete Printing Service 3811 Sixth Avenue Phone 282-8359 Sold by Ken l ie Reeves i ! I i I SHIRLEY ' S SENECA BEAUTY SALON 3900 E. 14th Phone 265-4154 Sold by Norma Perry i 1 I i I 4 i I i 1 I BACH SALES CENTER, INC. 203 Euclid Des Moines, Iowa Zenith - Motorola - Grundig - Sylvania Viking - White Sewing Machines - Amano 283-1521 Sold by Kenrie Reeves .4. i i 4- i 1 1 I I 4.. EVELYN S BEAUTY SALON Open 4 Nights A Week 3604 6th Ave. Phone 282-3707 DES MOINES, IOWA Sold by Bienda (lanoe f I Call Doherty ' s Flowers for Every Occation Corsages • Plants • Bouquets " Arranged as you like them " 1540 2nd Ave. 288-6557 Sold by Mark Milton an l Hany Ritter 1 Brewer Wholesale Co. j Gene Dowell I i I Phone 272-5677 Richard Hardie 1353 Stewart I I 4 . Des Moines, Iowa Sold by Jodi Reynolds Teri Sheldon 3025 UhllVER5lTY Ih DES MOINES " 4SEiifS 1l8 HAYVviARD ' IN AmtS Sold by Kenrie Reeves —172- Earl Gray Owner of Cati taif Catftet Home of Mohawk Carpet Home Commercial And Furniture Sold by Pam Bobenhouse CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF ' 71 ' HINKY DINKY 2710 Ingersoll Sold by Chappas and Betts ZELLERS Park Fair Fabrics I For the latest in fabrics I PARK FAIR CENTER 288-2998 i Sold by Ann Lijfouri 4., ... .. ™ I WELCOME TO 1 DES MOINES I FINEST CAFETERIA STYLE STEAK HOUSE!! THE STEAK BARON Charcoal Broiled Steaks Broiled Before Your Eyes Filet Mignon $1.55 Pork Chops $1.40 CI 1 cA Chicken _ 1 .35 Shrimp 1 .45 T Bone 2.75 Steakburger .97 Includes Baked Potatoes or French Fries Tossed Green Salad — Texas Toast 3 Blocks East of Merle Hay Plaza 5418 Douglas Sold by Patti Horsburtrh Sc orendon S J ealtli Studio extends congratulations to the Class of ' 71 Hours: 10-9 Mon.-Fri. 10-5 Sat. 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E. 14th I I Sold by Chappas Betts Capitol City Builders 1306 E. Seneca Sold by Sue Phoenix ! — — — — — Complete Photo Service — 30 Years • Kodacolor or Block White films developed • Slides Movies developed 36 hrs., reduced prices • Enlargements or reductions of photo • Portraits for Applications - Passport - Billfolds - 24 hr. service 243-7674 Save a lot of money at DEAN STUDIOS 913 Walnut Des Moines Sold by Reyniil.ls Sheldon ,4. I I Duane Lutz Standard 3848 Sixth Ave. Invites You to Stop in Just North of North ' I Sold by Judi Heuss Sandi Wickliff . The Assistant Editor of Yearbook Chose 1818 Beaver Phone 255-2616 WHY DONT YOU? Sold by Judy Holste -175- As part of Younkers firm belief in the young people of today, a program is offered each year for the Des Moines area schools . . . TEEN BOARD for junior and senior girls and ADVISORY BOARD for junior and senior boys. These young people, selected to represent their schools, are chosen for leadership qualities, high scholarship standings, personal recommendations from school administrators and evaluation from members of the retiring boards, plus their interest and ability in retailing and fashion. They participate in special fashion shows during the year, give talks on good grooming in their schools and to other groups, publish a monthly newsletter and work in various junior departments each Saturday. Younkers salutes the representatives from North High School for a job very well done. Left to right: Kathie Sailors, Joe Crosswhite and Lynn Munzenmaier. Pictorial Ind ex Name Page Name Pa ce Name Paice Name Pace — A— Abbey, Jackie 24, 109 Abrahamson, Scott 56 Ahl. Ann Marie . 51, 62, 63, 114 Alexander, Kathy . . 24, 39, 91, 93, 139 Alexander, Kristine 56, 139 Alexander, Linda „ 8, 61, 67 Alexander, Marcia 56 Allen, Mark 51 Allen, Mike 51 Allsup, Kathy 51, 91, 109 Alvestad, Jeff 56, 82, 139 Ancell, Beverly . 56, 82, 83, 87, 90, 92 Ancell, Jeanne 24, 39, 69, 70, 71, 78, 79, 95, 140 Anderson, James 24 Anderson, Alvira 46, 82 Anderson. Denise. . 56, 67, 82, 86 Anderson. Rhonda ... 13, 16, 24, 30, 70, 71, 74. 82, 102 Andrews, Vera 142 Appell, Nancy 11, 61, 62, 63, 67. 83, 85 Arlaud, Jeff 24, 38 Arnold, Cathy 51, 56, 142 Arnold, Cheryl 11, 51, 74, 83, 87 Arnold. Joni 108 Aswejfan. Jane 24, 62. r,8. n. 96 .66, Bacon, Diane 51. 66, 67, Bailey, Rhonda Bailey, Theresa Bain, Anita Baker, Francine Baker, Robert „ 24 Baker. Steven .61, 72, 86. 86 Ballard, Levi 24, Ballard, Lucky. Barker, Mar o 61, Barney, Donna 56, 62, 72, 76, Battles, Mark 51, 62 64, 87 Bechtel, John .... Bechtel, Sandra Beeler, Diane .... Bendixen, Kim.. Bennett, Joy .. . Berg:, Chuck .51 66. 87, . 61, 84, 88, 94. 135, Beswick, Mark 56 Bethel. William 56, ' Betts, Debra 61. 82, Bidwell, Mary Bierma. Juanita Bierwirth. Heida 61. 92, Billings, Elaine 51, Bird. Linda 56, Birkinbine, Wayne Bischof. Ellen Bishop, James Blumer, Susan „ Bobenhouse, Ann ette 24, 38, 74, 75. Bobenhouse, Lynn 11, 18, 56, Bobenhouse, Pamela .. 8, 51, 63, 78. 79, 82, 85, 95, Bobolinski, Leonarda Bockert, Dan 56, 62, 63, 65, 72, 82, Boesch, Barb 51. 74, Boprenrief. Janet Bolden. Kevin 24. 62, Boiler, Judy . . 51, 64. 86, Bolte. Vicki BorKerdinpr. Debra „ BorgerdinK, Jeanette Borwick, Judith ...12, 16, 25. 63, 64, 70, 71, 78, 79, Bothun, Ray Boudewyns, Daniel 56, 62. 63. Bowden. Raymond Bowlsby, Amy 56, 62, 63, 107 .56 .61 61 -61 89 , 92 , 89 .56 75 63. 63, 94 ..51 . 56 51 72 83 92, 138 72 132 , 91 . 56 51 96 74 96 56 51 .24 24 39, 82 74 62, 14U 24 64, 86 93 56 63 139 66 66 51 62. 93 87 90 66 72 Boyd. June Boylan Tim Bradley, David .. Branch, Lauena Braunschweij?, Peggy Breen, Tim Brewer, Daryl 61. 126. Brewer, Kenneth Brewton. Billy 66, 82. Brewton, Cheryl Brewton, Fred ... 51, 62, 63, 86. 119. 135. Bridpreman. Don BritrpTle. Kathy „.66, BripTprs, Michael Brodeen. Dana 64, Brommel. Cynthia Brommel, David Brown. Don ... 16, 23, 26, 38, 69, 70, 71, 87, 88. 128, Brown. Jamesena Brown. Linda 56, Brown. Martin 25, Brown. Nancy 66, 72, Brown. Neil „. 25, Broxmeyer. Judy Bruce. Maurice 51, 126. Buhrmaster. Sherry 25. Bump. Vicki 51, 62, 63, 90. Bundy. Vernon. 51. Burch. Linda 25, Burford. Thomas 66, 62, Burk. Karen „ Buinside. Lloyd Burr, Bill 66, 88, Bushnell, Mary Ellen 22, 25, 87, 91, Butters. Robert 51, Buwalda. Sue ....51, Hyas, Barbara 66, 62, 63, — C— 51 121 . 51 . 51 .91 121 130 25 135 96 84. 138 51 83 -51 86 25 56 65, 26. 130 .25 74 38 92 119 51 130 74 96 119 96 63 25 .51 121 38, 142 56 65 72 Cain, Charles Cain, Diane 61, Calhoun, Jim . 25, 30, 31, 38, 70, 71, 83, 84, 88, Camp, Victoria Campbell, Pamela Carlson, Charles Carpenter. Carol 26, Carr, Kathy .. Carr. Leslie 51, 78, Carruyo, Yeprni 61, 62, 63 Carter. David Cashatt, Randy Cate. Janet 26, 39, Catteison, Bruce Chappas, Deborah 51, Chappas. Karla ...66. 83. 91, Cheek. Donald _ Cheshire. Susan 51, Chevalier. Martin 56, 62. 65, 83, 86. Christensen, Elaine 51, Christian, Debra 51. 74, 77, Chrystal, John Chumbley, Steven Clark, Jerilynn Clark. Lorenzo 112. Clinton. David Clubb, (Jail 66. Cluney, Kim Coleman, Venus 26, 62, Coll, Irene... 51. Collier, Teresa Colton. Rosrer .61, 72, 85, Conder. Deborah Conder. Terry Conn, Christi 26, Converse. Jr.. Lewis 26 Converse, Janet Cook. Bruce Ct ok. John Cook, Sandra Cook, Susan . Cooker, Diane 61, 91, Cooper. John 51, -56 56 48, 141 .25 . 26 51 96 . 56 79 85 -. 26 .. 26 , 93 . 51 141 141 . 56 141 63. 91 142 76. 93 26 26 .51 130 26 141 -66 63 72 26 90 -.56 87 110 89 .26 56 -26 -.61 - 56 96 64 Coijper. Linda 11, 56, 59 Cooper. Mike „ 106 Cornwell, Beverly „ 56 Corrick, Susan..- 27, 39. 62, 63 Cosenza, Tony ... 51, 62, 63, 66. 86, 90 Cottrill, LuAnn 27, 39 Cox, Brent . 13, 15, 27, 88, 104. 119, 130. 141 Coxe, John 51 Cram, Robert . 27, 39, 62, 63, 65, 82, 83, 84, 85, 119, 139 Crawford, Michael 61 Crawford. Ronnie 61, 119 Crawford, Steven. 27 Croll, Joe 66 Crookshank. Mary 27 Crosswhite, Joe .17, 18, 61. 82, 83. 84. 86. 92. 119 Crowell. Janet 51 Curl, Dale .... 51 Curl. Leroy. . 27, 89 Damerville. Diane 27, Danes, Louis 16, 17, 23, 27, 39, 49, 82. 83, 84, 119, 135, Daniels. Kathy Darnei . Karla 55, 56, 72, 92, Darr, Russ . 22, 27, 38, 139, Davenport, Julianne Davis. Connie Davis, James Davis, Joseph . 23. 27. 38, 63, 66, 69. 70, 83, Davis, Larry Day, Jim 27, 62. 63, 69, Day. Terry Day. Raymond Day. Vinita Deay, Mike 51, 64, 86, Deckard, (iloria Dempewolf, Jennifer 28, Dennis, Lorraine .51, Dennis, William _ Dickinson, Scott Diehl, Kathryn 22, 28, 38, 72, 74, 83, 92, DIshman. Sherri Dixon. Curt 61. 64. Dobbin. Rickey DodKe, Deborah 61, 62, 93 Doherty, John .. 17, 23, 28, ' 39. 62, 63, 82, 84. 85, 95, 123, Donovan, James 51, 84, Duff, Hazel Dunahoo, Lois .. 51, 62, 63, 76. 77. 82, 90, Dunn. L)retta Durrett, Dawn Dyer, Marcia „. 28, 96, 89 31, 90, 141 27 140 84, 161 .46 51 .46 62, 86 140 70 .51 27 .51 88 87 110 91 61 51 39, 93 51 86 - 53 63, 94 30, 93, 138 139 .51 72, 93 28 . 46 115 Eakins, Pamela 28, 66, 67 Ebner. Marian 28 Edwards. Marva 51, 56 E ' lund, Judy 56 Elintrs. Debbie 93 Elinprs. Janice 56 Ellis. Debra 61, 87 Ellis. Donna 61, 64, 65, 86 Ellis. Lorelli 18. 51, 140 Ellston, Michelle 56 England. James . 51, 62. 63, 82, 85. 92, 94, 104 Enprle, Patricia 28, 75. 90, 93 Ennis. Janet 28, 91 Erickson. Cyndy 51, 107 Erickson, David 61. 62. 63, 88 Erickson. Karla „ 56 Erickson, Mark. .. 56, 72, 135 Etter. Paula 28, 39. 78, 79 Evans. Kelly 10, 22, 28, 48. 88. 102. 119, 126. 127. 130. 131 Ewinpr. Roni 66, 142 EwinpT, Shelley 66 — F— Faber. Nadine 51, 55, 83, 90, 92. 96. 142 Fales. Stacey 61, 84, 119 Faller, Mary 51 Fazio, Mary 28, 88 Fazio, Terri 2. 28. 82, 88 Fedson. Pamela ... 66. 66, 87, 90 Feeley, Jeff 15, 28 Fenimore, Terry 20. 29, 62, 63, 96, 115 Ferrick, Sandra 54 Fick. Duania 29, 111 Fields. Duane „.56, 86, 90 Fink. Beda 56 Fisher, Barry „ 29 Fisher, Sandra 66. 72, 82, 92. 140 Fitzpribbon. Joann 56 Flesher. Marcia .-. 52, 75, 85, 90 Fontf, Diane. 56, 84 Ford, Debra 56 Fox, David 66. 62. 63, 94 Fox, Jim 52, 62, 63, 92, 94 Frank. Margie 29, 39, 74, 91, 93 Frasier, Randy 52 Freeman. Melvalene 56 Freeman, Steven 16, 62. 63. 88, 119 Frew, Joanne 52. 67 Fries, Mary 56, 59 Fuller, Rebecc a ... 62, 62. 63, 72, 112, 141 — G— (Jaines, Wayne . " ) ;, 121 (;albreath, Gerald 56 (Gamble, Jacquelyn 29 (lanoe, Brenda 52, 79. 93 Gardner, Candi 45, 52, 62, 63, 79 Garver, Robert 10, 29, 48, 49, 88, 119, 141 Gaskin, Michael 52, 56, 119 Gaudineer, Dave 56 German, Cindy 18. 56, 66, 67 Gibson, Gail 52 Gibson, Mary 29. 62. 63, 92, 93 95 96 (Jilchrist. Gary 2, 29, ' 49, ' 89 Gilchrist, Larry 56, 62, 63 (Jillam, James 56, 82, 83, 85. 121 Gilliland, Carole. .. 62. 62, 63, 72 Giudicessi, Mike... 52. 62. 63, 69, 71, 82, 83. 84. 86. 87. 92, 137 (;t ebel, Jeff 52, 64 Goode, Jo Ann 52, 96 Gooding, Cindy 56, 72 Goodlinjf, Susan 66, 62, 63. 72, 86 (J(H se, Mary 66 Gordon, J an is 66 Gordon. John 66, 62. 63. 135 Graeber. Glenda....29. 88. 90, 91 (hane, Linda 52 (Jrandquist, Debbie 56 Grant, Richard 52, 119, 126, 138. 130, 14t) Graves. Janise 52 Graves. Linda ! 56 (;ray. Ivan 29, 48 (Iray. Jan 29 —177— Pictorial Index F ge Name Page Name Pace Name Pas:e Green, Charles.. Green, Gloria.. Green, Janetta — Green, Marty.. Greenfield, Gregory _ Griffin, Catherine _52, 119 62 66 _29. 88 29 141 Griffin, Bud .18. 29, 30, 48, 49, 88, 119. 141 Griffin. Patti .. 21, 62. 74, 91, 93 Griffith, Charles 32 Gross, Richard 62 Guernsey, Catherine 91 Guisin}?er, James 66, 132 Gulick, Mary 56 Gulick, Patricia 32 Gunn, Janet 66. 90 Guthrie, Janice 62 Guthrie, Rosemary 32 — H- Haffen, Karen . Hall, Brian Hall, Daniel Hall, Diane _ Hall. Ron.. 62 . 62 -66 -62 62 - 62. 72 52 Hall. Terry Hall. Tom Hampe, Richard 66, 112, 123, 138 Hansen, Craigr 62. 82. 84, 119. 137 Hansen, Patricia 52 Hansen, Steve .„ 62. 86. 123, 137 Harber, Carol 32 Harbin, Lloyd 66, 119 Harmon, Debbie 62. 63, 67, 83. 62, 140 Harris, Kay 56 Hart, Jean 52, 14U Hart, Roy 90. 136, 137 Harvey, Joann -39, 45. 70 Harwell, David 57 Hatch. Deborah - 52 Hawthorne, Howard 32, 134, 135 Hawthorne, Vance 22, 32, 109, 119 Hawthorne, Venita 57 Hay, David 32. 64, 89 Hav, Debra 52 Hayes. Mary „.67, 90, 142 Hayes, Pedro 52 Haynes, Gayle 2, 52, 55. 78. 79 83 Hays, David 32, ' 106 Head. Linda 57 Heariold. Dorothy 32 Hearn, David ...52, 65, 69, 72. 84. 86 Heath, Tony 52 Heathcote, David 52 Henry. Beverly -32, 39 Henson, Terry . . 52, 62, 63, 72, 92, 94, 118, 119, 126, 129, 130 Herrold, Janet 32, 39, 49, 69, 71, 91, 92, 93, 95 Heuss, Judith 30, 32, 74, 93, 110 Hickman, Linda 57 Hicks. Debra 32, 91, 96 Hildebrand, Michael 32 Hill, Ken 33 Hilliard, Ann . 33, 39, 62. 63. 87 Hilliard, Paula 57 Hines. Ewell - 46 Hines. Robert.. 2, 57, 121 Hockett, Laura ...31. 33. 64, 87 Hodj?es. Tim 57. 62. 63. 72. 121 Hodson, Shirley 57 Hoffman, Betty 33. 110 Hohl, Debbie 33. 83 Hoit. Jerilyn 57. 72 Hollingsworth, Steve 33, 38, 119, 136, 137 Holm, Dan 57, 82, 93, 90 Holste, Judy 33, 71, 75. 91, 93, 95 Hood, Sue 33 Hopkins, Becky .„ 31, 33, 39, 62, 63, 93 Horsburgh, Patty 52, 82, 91, 93, 139 Hoskinson, Tim... 52 Houston, Dave. .. 33, 48. 62, 63. 87, 88, 119. 126. 128, 130 Howard Beth 57 Howard, Debbie 62. 90, 141 Howe, Joann 57. 83 Hubbart. Doug 57, 121 Hubbart, Rick 33, 119 Hudnall. Larry .33 Hull, Frank. . 57, 72 Hull, Marilyn ...7. 33. 69. 71, 86, 91, 92, 93. 103, 115, 131 Hull, Steven 57 Hummell, Gwen 52 Hummer, Frank....31. 67. 64. 65, 83, 86, 107 Hummer, Jim 33. 62, 63, 64. 86, 108 Hunter, Jim 52 Hunter, Reggie 57 Hutchison, Jean 34, 46, 49, 74, 92, 93 Isenberger, Traci.. .52 — J— Jackson, Barry 34 Jackson, Bob 52, 137 Jackson, Jackie 52 Jackson. Jerry 34 Jackson, Ronnie 62. 63 Jacobe. DeAnn 46 Jacobe. Michael 67. 62. 63 Jacobi, Michael. 52 James, Beatrice 52 Jameson, Craig 57, 121 Jameson, Miriam 16, 34, 69, 71. 74. 93 Janssen, Connie 34 Janssen, Dennis 34 Jaschke, Roger 67 Jensen. Cathy 67, 82. 91 Jensen, Eric _ 89 Jensen, Christy 18. 52 Jensen, Frances 52, 57 Jensen. Lloyd 67. 62. 63. 72 Jensen, Paul 57 Jepsen, Kathryn 52, 87 Jessen, David . 52, 62, 63, 72, 85 Johns, Steven 52, 85, 96, 135 Johnson, Anita 57 Johnson, Barbara 52, 62, 63. 72 Johnson, Candace 52. 83. 87 Johnson, David Johnson, Debra 67. 141. 142 Johnson, Diana 34 Johnson, Elaine . 10, 34, 46, 49, 62, 63, 69, 70, 71, 75, 82, 86, 92, 93 Johnson, Elizabeth ... 34. 39. 96 Johnson, Kevin 34 Johnson, Larry _ 57 Johnson, Patrick 132 Johnson, Phil —8, 34, 119 Jones, Eddie 52 Jugenheimer, Sally . . 34, 62, 63, 72, 84, 139 Julstrom, Peter 22. 34, 46 Jurgens, Cindy 57, 72 Jurgensen, Dean 84, 110, 123 — K— Kalar, Joyce 35 Kallansrud. Gary 62, 92. 137 Kalsem, Donald 52 Kalwishky, Cynthia 52, 62, 63, 74, 93 Kanis, Renee 57, 96 Keith, Richard „ 52 Kelly, Cheryl 86. 75, 93 Kelly, Muriel -67. 64, " 67, 83, Keougn, Carlin Kerns, Ross 62, Kieler, Richard 67, King, Danny King, Diane _ — King, Mike 72, 90, Kingery, Joyce — Kinter, Steve -.49, Kirby, Cordell 10, 35, Kirby, Torianno.. 57, 121, Kirkpatrick, Susan 18, 55, 67, Klaver, Mary. .16, 23, 35, 39, 63. 69, 70, 71, 72, 76, 82. 83. 85. 93, Kline, Sandra 57, Kling, Suzan Kness, Dean Knox, Calvin . 57, 132, 133, Knutson, Gary 57. 62, 63, Koger, Phil Kolarik, Robert 67, 90, Kouri, Joe Kramer, Debra Kramer, Richard Kuhlenbeck, Randy. 35, Kuhlman, Greg 35. 62. 63, 64, 86 52 88 135 . 57 57 123 52 110 119 138 57, 86 62, 77, , 95 96 .57 35 138 72 .45 , 91 . 52 .35 . 52 , 64 86 La Masters, Joel.... La Munyon, Paula.. Lake. David Lamb. James Lane. Kathy Lane. Randal Lane, Robert Largent, Jay.. 57 57 35 85 35 -57, 137 53 Lavine, Nancie .. 12. 23. 35, 62, 63, 66, 72, 73, 76, 77, 83, 93, 96, 40 Lazdins, Mike 53 Leaf, Philine 57 Le Croy, Janice. Lee, Deborah Lee, Kenneth Lee, Joe Lee, William ... Lenihan, Patricia 57 Leong, Angela 86, 39, 87 Leong, Betty „.53, 87 Leong, Patricia 57 Lepley, Robert 36, 62, 63, 69, 71 Leveke, Susan 53, 66, 141 Lewis, Becky ... 36, 89 Lewis, Deborah 63, 62, 63, 64, 72, 108 Lewis, Donald 119 Lewis, Reggie 53, 134, 135 Lewis, Ronnie 119 Lien, Shari 17, 19, 57, 74. 76. 77 Ligouri, Ann .18, 53, 62, 63, 64, 75. 83. 86, 93, 95 Lind, Maria 57 Linn, Marcia . 36, 39, 48, 62, 63, 64, 75, 83, 86, 93, 95 Lint, Maria . 36, 110 Livingston, Raymond 53 Lockwood, Melanie ..55. 57, 87. 92 Logan, Joline 57 Logan, Michael 53 Long, Barry 36 Long, Patti „.28, 36. 93 Lorenz, (Jary 57 Lorenz, Raymond 36. 119 Losee, Laura 18, 63, 92 Loudon, Chris 36 Luce, Joyce 57 Ludwick, Geri 57 Lumley, Michael — 53 Lusk, Donna — M— Madden, Fred -..57, 87 Main, Gary 53 Malone, Kim 36, 53 Manning, John 128, 137, 138 Manning, Suzanne 36, 91, 96. 101 Marmet, Michael 67, 62. 63, 121, 135 Marshall, Vicki 57 Marshall, Bill 53, 88 Martins, Virginia 19, 45 Mascaro, Marta 57 McCabe, Bob 36 McCain, Larry 53 McCarthy, Dana.-52, 62, 63, 78, 79, 87, 93 McCarty, Jill 53, 82, 83 McClanahan, Gary 8, 13, 16. 36, 82, 84. 108. 119, 161 McClintic, Mark -37, 53 McCombs, David 57, 82, 132 McCombs, Terry...8, 16, 23, 37, 48. 62. 63, 70, 71, 78, 79. 88, 93 McConnell, Kathy.. - 37 McConnell, Kelly 57 McConnell, Paul... 53, 57 McCrea, Sue 37, 64 McCullough, James 57 McDermott, Marianne 37, 46, 62, 63, 66, 84, 91, 92, 101, 141 McDonald, Anna 53 McDonald, April . 2, 16, 20, 23, 37, 39, 70, 71, 82, 83, 95 McDonald, Gay 8, 13, 22, 37, 38, 69, 70, 71, 72, 84, 88, 95, 139 McEwen, Joyce... ...37. 90, 96 McLain, Phyllis -37 McLaughlin, Wendy 67 McNeley, Sheryl _. 63 McPheison. David 53, 72 McVev. Mike 87, 62, 63 Meadows, Lynda 37, 84, 115, 140. 142 Mendenhall, Ann 31, 37, 74, 91, 93, 115 Messer, Belinda.. -63, 91, 96 Messer, Gary 87 Messer, Jack 58 Michelson. William 53, 83 Mick, Trudy 53 Millang, Dawn. .. 53, 62, 63, 91 Miller, Dennis 58 Miller, Penny 37, 66, 67 Miller, Richard 68. 132. 139 Miller, Robert 68 Miller, Sharon 68 Miller, William 68 Milligan, Bobbie 68 Mills, Virginia 68 Milosevic, Tony — 63 Milton, Mark _ 23. 40, 84, 123, 140 Minear, Michael 67, 90, 123, 138 Mingles, Betty 55, 58 Mingo, Cynthia . 58, 62. 63, 107 Minks, Larry 53. 119 Minnick, Jacqueline 53. 91 Moberg, Brad 53 Moberly, Patricia 10, 11, 16, 31, 39, 40, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72. 84. 101, 141 Moon, Diane _ 53 Moon, John 58, 135 Moore, James 62, 63 Moore, Mark 68 Moore, Mary 68. 62, 63 Moore, Mary J 72 Moore, Orville 53 Moore, Roland .. 88, 119, 136, 137 Moore, Tom 53, 84, 119 Moran, Camie 10, 40, 74, 93, 101 Morlan, Stephen 58 Morris. Shelley 53, 75 Morrissey, Dwight. 68 Morrissey, Kathleen — 68 Morrow, Harold 53, 85, 119, 140 Morse, Marcia . 58, 92, 141, 142 Mozee, James 58, 121. 132 Mumford, Bud 58 Mundell, Melodee 23, 31, 40, 69, 70, 140 Mundy, Paul 58 Munyon, Jr., George 53 Munzenmaier, Lynn . 53, 62, 63, 75, 82, 83, 85, 86, 87, 93, 109 — 178— Pictorial Index Name Pasre Name Pasre Name Page — N— — Q— Navin, Charles 58 Navin, Paul 40 Navin, Charles 82 Navin, Paul 22, 31, 39 Nelsen, Lori . 53, 79, 82, 90, 95, 142 Nelson, Linda „ 58 Nelson, Queen 58 Nichols, Steve . 22, 30, 40 84, 95, 101, 123, 134, 135, 138 Nicholson, Daniel 40 Nicholson, Randy 53, 62, 63, 140 Nizzi, Stephen 82, 83, 121, 58, 90 Nodland, Carol 53 Norelius, Debbie _..62, 63 Norem, Darrylyn „ 16, 39, 40, 69, 71, 103 Nossaman, Casey 53, 62, 63, 64, 67, 86 Nussbaunrj, Cathy 53, 62, 63, 78, 79 — O— O ' Conner. Richard 53, 58 O ' CIorman, Patrick 53 Oakland. Donna 58 Olsen, Christian 58 Osbersr, Renee 34, 40, 62, 63, 72 Ouverson, (irefirgr 40, 119 Overton, Shelley 53 Overton, Sherry TiH — P— I ' aKe, Keith 53 Parker, Cindy 53, 58, 72 Parker, David 53 Parker, Robert 40, 62, 63, 72 I armenter. Kevin 58 Parsons, Kathy 40 Parsons, Sandra 53, 62, 63, 72, 85, 90 Paschal, Janet 50, 53 Paschal), Fred .13, 19, 23, 39, 40, 62, 63, 114, 138 Patterson, Barbara 40, 93 Patterson, Robert 53 Patterson, Susan 53, 140 Pauldintr. Deborah 58, 64, 86, 91 Payne, Debra _ 53, 90 Penninjfton, Becky 53 Pepper, Rick ... 26, 53, 128, 130 Perdue, Britt 58 Perkins, Mark . 53, 62, 63, 119, 126, 129, 130, 138 Perry, Norma ...41, 69, 71 Peters, Janell 53, 72, 85 Peters, Nicholas 58, 62, 63, 65, 86, 91 Petersen, Lynda 53 Peterson, Mark 53 Peterson, Michelle 53, 74, 139 Peterson, Warren 41 Peverill, Amy 58, 83 Pfannenstiel, Deborah 31, 39, 41 Philipsen, Denna 41, 75 Philipsen, Jeni ... 53, 91, 92, 110 Philipsen, Michael 58, 83 Phoenix, Susan 53, 62, 63, 93, 94 Pike, Beverly 41, no Pilcher, Nancy 58 Pilcher, Pam 53 Plimmer, Tim .58 Plymesser, Jeffrey-.. 19, 53, 84, 119, 137 Pohren, Craij? 58, 121 Po jre, Karen 53, 83, 85, 91 Pope, Yvonne 53 Popiano, Rose _ 53 Porter, Dan 58, 121, 138 Potter, Debra 53, 62, 63, 72, 85, 95, 141 Price, Rodney 13, 41, 119, 126, 128, 130 Pryor, Ray 58, 137 Queener, Mary 53, 62, 63, 64, 86, 91, 142 Quinn, Alonzo 58 Quinn, John _ „... 53 Quinn, Raydell .123, 137, 138 Quinn, Shirley 41 -R— Rainey, Sandra Ramsey, Margaret Ramsey, Ron 58 58, 74 .. 41 Randall, Roberta 51, 93 Randolph. Ann 39, 41 Rathje. Kathy 8, 53, 74, 90 Ray man. Randy. 53 Ray man, Robert 58 Razor, Susan 58, 87, 155 Reese, Bill 19, 50, 53, 62. 63, 64, 83, 92. 135 Reese, David 50, 58, 62, 63 Reese, Kathy 41 Reeves, David 53, 86 Reeves, Kenrie 41, 69, 71, 74, 91 Rekmanis. Vizma 41 Reynolds, Jo 18, 39, 41, 49 , 74, 83 Rice. James 53 Richards, Claudia 58 Richards. Theresa 58 Rieff. John 53, 84, 85, 88, 135 Rife. P ' rederick 58 Rife. Marlene 91 Rittel. Richard 58 Ritter. Harry 31, 41 Roberts, C mnie 42, 66, 84. 141, 142 Roberts, Jeffrey .. 58 Robertson. Loretta ...58, 87 Robinson. Faye 57 Robinson, Jackie 42, 62, 63, 142 Roff, Andrew 53, 62, 63, 92, 93 Rojfers. Rickey _ 42 Rogers, Vikki 53 Rollen, Lonnie 45, 102, 119, 126, 127. 130 Rollen, Robin . 53, 142 Root. Don 42, 89, 119 Rouw. Marcia 58 Rubenstein, Richard ... 2, 23, 39, 42, 62, 63. 82. 83, 90 Rubino, Patrice 13. 16, 39, 42. 62, 63, 69, 70, 71, 72, 92 Rushinsr, Laura 53, 85 Russell, Deborah 53 Russell, LuAnna 54, 91 Russell, Thomas ,58 Rynerson, Debbie 54, 75 — S— Sadler. William 54 Sa e. John 58, 86 Sailors, Kathie 39, 42, 62, 63, 64, 78, 79, 86, 88, 93, 95 Satre, Jeff 58, 62, 63, 72, 135, 139 Sawhill, Debbie . 23, 42, 139, 142 Schade. Donna 54 Scheckel. Patricia 42, 115 Schnoor. Christiana 58, 141, 142 Schnoor. Nancy 54 Sciachitano, Linda 58 Scott. Robert 42 Sechovec, Melodie 54 Sharp, Leone 54 Sheldon, Teri 18, 42, 74, 83 Shelton, Tom 42 Shepard, Jim 58, 72, 121, 122, 132, 133, 138 Sheridan, Laura 58 Short. Steve 64 Shrader. Kathy 68 Sickels. David 58 Sidoner, Patti 58, 62, 63, 67, 72, 141, 142 Simonsen, Lisa 38, 54, 62, 63, 72, 75, 90 Singleton. Richard 54 Slack, Cheryl 68 Smith, Dallas 54, 119, 126, 127, 129, 130 Smith, Debra 58 Smith, Iva 42, 70, 71 Smith, Jeffrey 54, 84, 92, 123, 126. 130 Smith, Mary „ 58, 67 Smith. Mike 42 Smith. Patricia 39, 43, 62, 63, 87 Smith. Sally 64, 91, 94 Smith. Theresa 58, 83 Smith. Troy „ 43 Smothers. Don 17, 19, 58 Sparks. Kathy 54 Sparks. Nan 48, 91, 94 Spencer, Patricia 58, 86 Springer, Jim 58 Spurjfeon, Steve 58 Spurjfeon, Stuart 119 Steinbach. Paulette 64 Stevenson, James 58 Stevenson. Paul 58, 62, 63, 135 Stickney. Don 20. 23, 31, 43, 62, 63. 84, 93, 96, 115, 126, 128, 130, 140 Stielow, Jim 43 Stone, John 19, 31, 43, 48, 62, 63, 119, 140 Stout, Jorja 43, 89 Strathman, Jeanne.- 43 Strode, (Jary „ I19 Strome, Denise 54, 75 Strome, Paul 58 Stubbs. Terald 54 Summy, Roberta. 58 Sutton, Jill 43, 66, 67 Swanson, Carol 10, 16, 23, 38, 43, 69, 71, 74, 75, 83, 87, 93, 95, 115 Swoboda, Jeannie 43, 75, 92, 93, 95 -T— Tajf ?art, Janet 23, 43, 93 Tall man. PeRsry 58 Tallman. Mark 54 Tatum. Winifred 58 Taylor, Kent 43, 82 Taylor, Sherry 54, 65 Taylor. Stacy . 54, 90, 94, 142 Teale. Thomas 55, 58, 65, 90 Temple, John 58, 90 Templeton. Jeffrey 58 Terrell. Craijf „ 54 Thomas, Allan 58 Thomas. David 68, 121, 132 Thomas. Deborah 39, 43, Thomas, Jordy 44 Thomas, Larry 58 Thompson, Craijr 54 Thoren, Kevin 54 Thornton, Doris 44 Tilton. Barbara 64, 96 Tittsworth. Ricki._.44, 119, 140 ToiKo. Cindy 64, 74 Tomlinson, Mary.... 54, 93 Townsell, (hant 54, 58, 121. 122, 132, 133 Townsley, Shirley 54 Triplett, (Jarnetta. _ 44 Trout. Mica 68, 67, 94 Trout. Mona 44 Tucker. Debbie 58 Tucker. Shelley 64 TuUis. Mary 54 Turley, Vickie 64, 58 Turner, Frank 44 Turner, Lyle 64, 88 Turner, Toni _ 58 Name Pare — U— Upchurch, Pam 44, 93, 116 — V— Valadez, Chevez . 68 Van Dam, Evelyn 31, 44, 62, 63. 64, 65, 66, 67, 142 Vitiritto, Pete 21, 54 Voesrtlin, Sue 15, 16, 44, 69, 70, 71, 74, 82, 83 Vosburj?, Susan 54, 62, 63, 74, 95, 96 — W- Wachter, Duane 44, 88 Waddell, Mary 54 Wade, Deborah 54, 74, 76, 77 Wadsworth, Dennis . 22, 38, 44, 82, 88, 104 Walker, Joanne 58 Wall, Kimberly 68, 86, 91 Wall. Sue 54 Walter. Brenda„ Ward, Karla.. 64, 114 54 Ward, Kayla 8, 64, 72, 86 Warner. Thomas 54 Warren, Skip 58, 62, 63, 136 Warren, Debra 44 Warren, Linda 44, 91 Watkins, Rosezita 69, 64, 74 Webb- Bey, Tommie 64 Weber, Stephen 69 Weckman, Danny ...44 Weckman, Paula 69 Welborn, Mark 69 Welch, Ron 54, 126, 129, 130 Wells. Mary 54, 142 Wells, William 45, 62, 63 West lake, Theresa _ 54 Wheaton, Joann 64, 87, 92 Wheeler. William 46, 141 White, Carol 69 White, Lester 69 White, Linda 46 Whitfield, Herbert 59 Wickliff, Sandra .22, 38, 39, 45, 46, 64, 70, 71, 74, 86, 93 Wiedman, Debbie 54 Wike, Cynthia 19, 45, 91, 96 Williams, Charles 59 Williams, Dennis 59, 62, 63, 140 Williams, Jeny 59, 121 Williams, Nancy 54, 92 Williams, Rachel .64, 62, 63, 82 Williamson, Lois 69 Willis. Arnold 69 Wilson. William 69, 121, 135, 138 Wilson. Linda 45 Wilson. Michael 64. 92 Wilsi)n. Raelene 54 Winters, Linda 59 76, 91, 116 Wolfe, Amber _ „ 64 Wonsr, Eleanor „. 69, 142 WouK, Frank 54, 84, 87, 137 Woody. Matt 60, 59 Worley. Kimberley 54, 76 Worster, Connie 45, 66 Wright, Morris 188 Wynn, Patricia 46 — Y— Yaw. Barbara 55, 59, 62, 63 Youni?, Janyce 54, 62, 63, 64, 65, 86. 107, 140 Youns:, Jean ... 54, 72, 76, 77, 93 Younif, Lucy 64. 69 Younjf, Shirley 89, 45 — 179— We are one - Autographs - - Autographs -


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