Alliance High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Alliance, NE)

 - Class of 1948

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JOHN BROZ Sports Editor JACK DALTON Senior Editor LOIS LAWRENCE Junior Editor JOYCE MINNICK Sophomore Editor ELIZABETH WHITLOCK Freshman Editor IAVONA BUTCHER Classroom Activities BILL DARNELL Business llsnsger ALOHA JENSEN JESSIE MURRAY Proofresder Proofresder MRS. VERA BAYER Adviser MARLYS SKINNER Managing Editor DON PORTER Editor-in-chief JOHN FRIEBERGER Music Editor YVONNE GARRETI' Faculty Editor ff , THE STAFFW We, the members of the 1948 Bulldog annual stall, are grateful to have been chosen to produce this year- book. We are very thankful for the fine assistance given us by the unheralded members of the A.H.S. faculty and the students. Without their aid, the production of this book would not have been possible. lt is the students who construct an annual. lt is their clubs, classes, and activities which compose this book. Members of Lhe Bulldog stall' have spent many weeks attempting to produce axbook which will in future years, enable graduates to recapture pleasant memories of school days. There is this quotation, Hlt is to live twice, when we can enjoy the recollection of our former life." If this annual will someday aid someone to "live twice" by enjoyable recollections, then the l948 Bulldog staff will have accomplished its purpose. .ww y M CHUCK BRENNAN Snapshot Editor VERA CROOK Sr. Activities Editor REV GUHEEN Clubs Editor BETTY BROICH Hubs Ass't. FE RN WEINELL Advertising DEAN JOHNSON Advertising NNUAL KI G and Q EE ILXMIRO NAMOS, ru-nior, was chosen 1945 nnnunl king. ltnmlro is active in sports, lmving.: won football ln-tts-rn his junior and senior ya-urs. Ile- wns selects-ti us gunrd on the Mig 'l'vn Corifm-relic-v honornry f4'1llll, und was given honornlnlv ma-ntion for All-Stntv grid honors by the Llnvoln Journnl and Star. ltnmlro served as sr-cn-tnry uf thi- A. Vinh. wma :re-araurvr of his class ns an junior. and wus ru-rge-unt-at-iirnm of the lil-Y this yu-nr. lla- wnx pr4-ne-ntn-d ns 1947 Pep Club Iioyfrim-nd nt that Vlllllih nnnunl fornml dance- ln Us-ve-inlu-r. IIUNNIIG Hllllll-1Nl"lEl1ll, ulsu u so-nior, is tha- 1948 nnnunl qu:-e-n, hnvlng lx-en 4-lu-vt.-tl hy the- popular votm- or' thost- who purclnisi-al nnnunls. ltonniu nt' tvnlla-mi liinvoln High Svhool for two ye-urs In-forv moving to .tllinnc-v, She is n nwmlwr of tho- l'n-p l'luh and Y-Teens. instead of dedirating the 1918 Bulldog to il faculty member or to a group of persons, as has been done in the past. it was decided to elert an annual king and queen. This was done by the vote of the students and faculty members who purchased this yearbook. Each person was allowed one vote for one boy and one girl as he paid the down payment on his annual. 5' 1 r 3: "" "'T',l, ' :. - WIEE-252212126 3 " 4 .:::f,:.J:: ' fuk ,W 1"-- b 853 ' X . x W x ., ww :-:-, YEEEEE., '. lm tm . wg, ,wwf -.-M ww :ww , vm ,L nffwl y A 'N kv !f"14'8'5a5H4:vvm x .X pm wg, Mm.. vnqwwemwx W., ff 1 M X . .. ,, ....., X , ,Xp-wx mfg w5::sag , Q Q-Q , A+ xx K aw ' Wm. gi -Yiilfivi ,wx .+ 'X mf A xg' , 4 P I NNE M82 mm: WI I8 WM--..,, .bnd,,.,, w- Q A . -nf Y wgsgfmgig, Q , 'Q' . I ws QQ 5 Q , .sm , N ,vgggge Q.. 1 1 Mr. H. R. Partridge, Superintendent of Schools, has won the reputation of being able to see the greater possibilities of development of the Alliance schools, and has won the respect of all students under his supervision. MISS MARY L. ALBRO B. S. Commercial MRS. VIVIAN ANDREWS B. S. - Ixibrarlnn Y-Teen Sponsor MRS. VERA BAYER A. B., M. A. English iFreshmenJ Journalism Annual Adviser H glpud Adviser X reshman Sponsor si. Teen Age Book Club Sponsor Xyt, MR. DALE BORG B. S. Chemistry Biology tsecond semester! MRS. B. B. BRILEY A. B. Phylscsl Education G.A.A. Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor Ulrst semesterj MISS LILLI AN BURNS ' L. M Algebra Advanced Algebra 0' I K. Mr. Roy E. Nelson, better known as "R. is one of theofinest prin- cipals a high school could possibly have. During his five years as prin- cipal he has done much to improve the scholastic standing of our school and its different departments. To assist him in his efforts, we have a capable secretary, Mrs. Jean Zeman. Although she has been here only a little cver a year, she has won the good will of all the stu- dents and has been a very efficient secretary. GRA. , W Q g A it 2 Q X E' -g,k-I . ,-'nj -' . 1' A -' 4 " Y XI, MR. RICHARD EICHENBER- GER A. B. MR. A Cappella Choir Mixed Chorus Junior High Chorus Madrlgal roup Girls and Boys Glee Club Sophomore Sponsor MISS MARY HARTWELL A. B. Geometry Latin President of Alliance Educa- tion Association . MISS VAE R. I-IOOVER B. S., M. A. Holnemaklng Q1-8-85 General Science MR. VICTOR JENNINGS A. B.. B. S. Chemistry General .clence Football, Basketball and Track Sponsor Freshman Sponsor ttlrst se-mcstl-rp MARTIN D. JOHNSON B B. S. A. ., Physics Biology Audio-vlsual Education Public Address Licensed Radio School Operator Radio Transmitter Freshman Sponsor tsecond semesterl MR. C. J. KUBICEK A. B, American Hlstory Sociology Civics Junior Sponsor Basketball Coach Football Line Conch "A" Club C0-Sponsor Historian of Big Ten C1 ference ill- 'T' I +... f N4 , MR. HANSON N. MURRAY IE. S. Vocational Agriculture Vote-runs of I-'arm Classes lfuturc 1-'arnicrs of America Sponsor MRS. ALICE NELSON A. 15. Physical Education 4i.A.A. Slponsor tsecon semester? MR. BYRON E. NELSON A. li. lndustriul Arts .Iunlor lligh Shop Advanced lndustrlal Arts Mechanical Drawing l-'rf-shnian und Junior lllgh Athla-tics Sponsor lixe-cutivv Coinmlttcc of District ti N.S.E.A. l'rvsicl4-nt of District 6, Ne- lurnskn Sturm- Teachers As- mf-liltiull MR. LEE NORMAN A. lk. World lllstory lll,Y Sponsor. 1 1 Miss AUGUSTINE6E9NI6 IC N J . -'. I! l-English s1S0lDIl0llIOI'Qf' Uivlcs , J .rf Q Sociology f ff 'I 1 CV' N fv' I I V! ,X I ,jf MRS. GENEVIEVE PERRIN INIIQIINII ' iSopholnol'e- und Scniorj IH-p Club Co-Sponsor Junior Sponsor Y-'IR-en Pouncll MISS GLADYS M. QUIGLEY .L li. Iflngllnh 1.Iunlory Spf-4-ch t.Iunlor und Sonlorb tilrls Advisor l'n-p Club Cn-Sponsor .lnnlor und Senior play Sponsor Senior Co-Sponsor .lulvisory Council Represent- :ltivo A MISS JUANITA SCHIEBEL A. li. l'0llllll1'l'CIllI Y-Tenn Sponsor MR. PAUL M. SELL li. F. A., M. A. Instrumental Music Junior Band lllgh School Band Marching Band lllgh School String Urchcstrn Pop Band Small Instrumental Iflnscniblcs MR. ALLEN H. ZIKMUND li. S., M. A. Physical Education Senior Co-Sponsor L! Allied Youth Sponsor "A" Club Sponsor llead Football nnd Track Coach 'D H Ll : qaaak-1 'umm .Jw UH 'gg .C uods 'uoslogq 08 'J puoaas OH I M 'UPPV I UU' 'ZJIN-'OH J 01Ul all xuamuaauaq 9 -1 rv 7 'D m '5 5' 5 K Nl nan : .nog an cr o F '71 3 NOISSIHS 01 UGS!! ww DVIS ii 'ialiynb m P' 5 m F9 N F' m o -u F' U ..- c ar IP nm - illl dams 'snaq I .IOHUOGS cs u n c' ... I' 'fl -1 m un D' W T' mwa ' 'll sg 'ma -ow allapof vqsaaxq Axpauuag Jae.: U no :1 E W U 'D U3 'D '1 'I 'f an c 1: D' fl 52 QB Um I' ni .-. O Em "VD .O II 'UU C 1-o U O 'I .. E QW an EE' 'S' 5-"1 EQ UD 32 'UG' .-QP' U' 'DD 'II ZS Dm 'DO :IH POKE O -.9 'D . E?- mf 35' 5 an 12. 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WISXQ GLADYS M. QUIGLEY EIPONSOR -K LOHA JENSEN STUDENT COUNCIL Glee Club 1, 2, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teena 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Stal? 4: Student Director of .lass Play 3: G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. Let- ter 25 G.A.A. 0ll'lcer 43 Allled Youth 4. Illll VVAYNE STEPHENS PRESIDENT Football 3. 45 "A" Club 3, 43 Football Letter 3, 43 Basketball 3: Track 3: A PIQJDQIIB Choir 3, Class 0 leer 4, Student Council il: gleuver Colorado High DUN PORTER S ECIIETARYYTREASIIRER I-'ootball 1, 2, 3, 4gFoot' ball Letter 43 Track 1, 2, ll. 4: "A" Club 45 Hi-Y 4: Class Officer 2, 4, Spud Staff 2. 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Annual Stall' 4: Class Play 31 Xatlonal Ilonor Society 3. SPONSOR 5 , S 4 A I Ms HAROLD JOHNSON ADDIE LOU ROCHLITZ STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL Football 3, 43 Football Letter 4: Track 3, 43 "A" Club 43 Student Council 4. Glee Club 4' Pep Club 3, 4, Yfreena i, 3, 4, spud Stall' 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Natlonal Hon- or Society 35 Quill and Scroll Secretary: A Cap- pella Cholr. MR. ALLEN H. ZIKMUND lmft BOB ALE Stud:-nt Manage-r l. 2, 3. 45 Stufln-nt, Managvr lmttn-r 1, 2, 3. 4, "A" Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Right IDUICAN IKICEM l'IlDl'l'll IIEIRG Pep Club l, 2, Ii. 4: Y-'l'e-o-na l. 2. Ji. 4: Spud Staff 2. Il. 4: Quill and S4-rnll 3. 4: Class Play 3. left l.ll.LlAN BllY'l'll Y-Teena 1, 2. 3, 4, Rlght MARVELLE BOYCE Mixed Chorus 4: Attendvd Mullen High 1, 2, 3. MARVIN BOYER Football 1, 2. 3. 4: Football Letter 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Basketball la-ttf-r Il, 4: Travk 1. 2. 3, 4: 'l'rack l.1-t- te-r 2, Il, 4, Club 2, JS, 43 Stude-nt Council 1, Inf! AIKLENE RRENNAN .lttvndvd l'.N,S..K. Vurtlss l. 2: .Xth-lulml St. ALLIIPS .lvmlg 1-my 3. Itight 1'llARl.l4lS RIIICXNAN llnnd 2. JS. 41 lhlml lifflrvr Il. 43 Rand Cnptnin 41 linml lmtta-r fl. 41 Orvlwntra fl. 42 Him-fl Chorus 1: A Cnlu-lln Choir 2: Ill-Y 1: Spud Staff Il, 4: Annual Staff 4: Claw officer 1: Studs-nt Cuuncll 1: Class Play fl: ll'-st Amor .lu niur Class Play Il. lil'l'l"l'Y l!l!0lf'll llnnd 1, 2: HIQ-v1'lub l. Mix' 4-d Chorus l. 2: Pap Vlub 1. 2. 3, 4: Y-Tn-vnu 1, 2: Class Ufflwr l. 2: Class Play 33 Cheerle-arlvr 4: G.A,A. Lo-ttn-r ll: lpl'l'Nllllltlll liunll l2ll0'4'll1 Football Quvvn. lmft BILL BROWN Football 1, 3, 4: Football Iwtter 4: Basketball 2. 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Track Lot- tvr 2. fl, 4: "A" Club 2. 3, 4: F,l",A. 2. 3: Stud'-nt Cnun, cll 3. lllght JOHN BROZ lfoutlmll l, 2. Ii. 4: lfuutlrqll Lo-th-r fl. 4: 'l'rm'k l, 2. 14, 4: "A" Club Il, 4. NOR M A ll l!l'f'E Loft NADINFI l!l'llKllAL'l'FZlK MIM-ll Chorus li Y-'l'w-ns I. 2 'l 4 Right LBVUNA lll"l'CllER Pep Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Class I'lnv 33 Annual Staff 4, GA. A. 2. EVA COl.l'IRlCK Mixed Chorus l: Pep Club lg Y-Tvenn 1, 2, Ii, 4. rg 1.4-ft ltl!l'l'l'Z CU0l'ER Studs-nt Munugo-r 1, 2, Il, 4: Studm-nt Mnnngn-r Le-ttvr 1, 2, Il. 42 'l'ruc'k 1: Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Ill-Y 4. .ll'Nl'l l'RAWl'l0llD llund 1, 2, 3, 4: Glco Club 1: l'1-p Club 2, 3, 4: 1'-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4: Y-Teen I'l'l'!4lllQ'lll 4. Right VICIKA CRUOK Glue- Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1: A Cnppa-lln Choir 2, 3: Uhoir L+-th-r Il: Small Group 21: Pe-p Club 1, 2, Il, 4: Class Offiw-r 1, K: Student Pounvil 1, 2: Spud Staff 2: Fluss Play Ili .Xnnuul Stull' 4: Chvvr- ln-udor 4. ln-ft JACK l1,Xl.'l'0N Ulmir li .lnnunl Stuff 4. .Xf- t4-mll-ll Nl'lDHll4l. Bllsmuri lligh fn l,l1l'l'A RAE lDl'll1'l'l.K 1'-'l'1-Q-ns Il. 43 Attendvd lllngv ham lligh 1. 2. Right ART l"F1AfllNS Football 1. 2: llasko-tbull 1, 2: lll-1' 2: Nlllhlllill llun-nr SuL'io'l,l' Il. Le-ft JOHN l"lilElll'lRGlCll Iluud 2. ii. 411 llnnd 1.4-ttf-1' Il. 4:1214-1-t'l11ll1.2.3l,lzhllxud Plmrun 1: .X Cuppq-llu Ohuir 2, 35. -lg l'll0ll' Le-H4-r ZS, 43 lll-1' 1. 2. Il. 4: 1105's lllm- Il. 4'll.1lll.l'1S G.Xl,I'S1lA Truck l. 2: l".l".A. 1, 2. Right 1' VUN N F1 GA R llE'l"l' Gln-e Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Mixed Vhorus 1. 2: A Pappvlla Choir 3. 4: Phoir l,l'ftPl' 31 PPD Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Y-Tren 1: Spud Stuff Il. 4: Qulll and Sc-ml! Il. 4: Annual Staff 4: fllnss l'luy Il: lfmutlmll Qum-on Atto-ndnut 4: Bond Queen 2: Ulla-o-rlvndcr 4: Attemle-d lly- urs .lunlor lllgh, Denver 1. lmft l1l'll.0lll+lS GFIBAUER Glm- lllub 1 : Mlxvrl Chorus 1. 2: l'1-p Pluh 3, 4: 1'-'l'1-1-nn 1. 2. 3, 4. BONNIE GREENIWIEIJT Pep Club 4: Yffeeu 4: At' tended Lincoln lllgh 1. 2. 21. lllght lull! GROVE Football 1. 2, -I: 'Frm-k 1. 2, Il. 4: lll-1' 1. 22 Class Play Sl. In-ft lIlf11'l'lIll,1' Gl'lll'llfZN Glvv Club 1. 2. 3: Mixed Clmrus 1. 2: A Uaiypn-lla Choir Zi 3 l'e-p Club 1. 2, . , 4 : 1'-Tm-mn 1. 2. Ii, 4: Student Council 2: G..X.A. 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. 1.4-tn-r 2: G.A,A. Offlcvr 2: .lnnunl Stuff 4: Plass Play 3: Choa-rl:-nd:-r 4: Choir Lettvr 3. WAYNE HASHMA N Right Jl'Nl'l IIEIQMAN l'vp Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club Vic-vAl'1'1-sldvllt 42 YA'l'l'Pll 1, 2. 3. 4: G.A.A. 2. K9 Loft LAVON HIMES Basketball 1: Track 1: Glec Club 1. ltlght .HGANNENE HOPKINS llaud 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 1: Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. AI.lIlDEl.LA IIULICTT Pep Club 1, 2. 3. 4: 1'-Teens 1. 2, Il, 4. Loft LITCll.LE IOSSI Y-Teens 1, Il. lklght PAT JACOBS Y-Teen 1, 2. J. 4. DAIIRELI. JENSEN Football 1. 2: Itnsketbull 1, 2: Track 1. 2. L1-ft ICLNA JENSEN lllev Club 4: Mlxf-ml Chorus Il. 4: Y-Toons 1. 2. lllght .IOSEPIIINE JINES Mixed Chorus 1: 1'-'Teens 1. 2, Il. 4. 4'.Xlll, JOHNSON lll-Y 3. 4: Vlcr--l'rvsoldr-nt of Ill-Y 4. l.0I't DEAN .IUIINSUN Football 1. 2, 4: lfnotlrull Let' to-r 4: lluskotbnll 1, 23 Track 1, 2: "A" Club 4: lll-Y 1, 2. :L 43 Class Offlcvr 2: Student twmnvll 2: Annunl Stuff 4. lllght DOROTHY KEDER l'0p Clllll 3. 42 Vlnss l'lHj' 3. til'Yl.,X KlRKl'A'1'RlCK Imft l.lC0'l'A KOOZER H190 Club 3: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Y-Toons l. 2. 3, 4. lllgllt .TACK KllAl'Sl'T Track 1. 2, 3. 4: Track Let ter 3. 4: A Capella 3: "A" Club ll. 4. MARGIE KRAUSE Glee Club 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Pep Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Y- Teens 1. 2. 3. 4. Left JACK LAWLER F.F.A. 1. 2, 3, 4. DON LOTSPEICII l".I".A. 2. 3. 4. ltlght MYRNA MA HONEY Glee Club 1 : Mixed Chorus 1: Cholr 4: Pep Club 1, 2. Il, 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. Ll-ft IAWIS ISIANUIGLIIICIIH Football 1, 2. Il, 4: Football Letter 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 4: llaskctlmll Letter 4: Track 1. 2, 3: Track Letter 2, 3: "A" Club Sergeant-ntl Arms 3: "A" Club 2, Il, 4. LZI'l'l'TY MART A Cappella Choir 4 g Pep Club 4: Y-Teens l. 2. Il. 4. lllght LEE MAXWELL Left l!l1l'l"l'Y M1-lIOllMlCli Bllxvd Uhnrus 1: Pop Club I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Spud Stuff 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll Il 4: Y-Teen Cablnct 4. DONNA MCLAUHIILIN Y-Teena 1. 2. Il, 4. Illgllt SAM MOORE lfoothnll 1, 2. 3. 4. L4-ft MARION M IIACEK l..ll'llllC MULLOY H100 Club 1, 2. ll, 4: Mlxede Uhorus 1, 2: A Cappella 3: l'ep Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Y-'l'vens l, 2, 4: ll.A,A. 2. lllght .IICSSII-I Ll-IA MlTllltAY Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Mlxed Chorus 1, 2: A Cappella Choir Il. 4: Glrls Octet , 3, 4: Pep Plub 1, 2. 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, Zi, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, Il, 4: G. A.A. 2, Il: National llonnr Sm-lety Il: Annual Stuff 4. Lvfl llll'llAllIl MYERS Football 3, 4: Track Il, 4: llaud 1. 2, 3, 4: lll-Y 1, 2. 3. 4: Spud Stall' 2, Il: Class l'lny fl. VLAYIDEAN NELSON 214 Trakl'l Football , ., : c ', ., 4: Mixed Chorus 4: lll-Y 1. 2. Il. -1. ltlght DORIS NYE Y-Teens 3. Left FRANK 0'CONNOR Football 1, 2, 43 Football Let- ter 4, Basketball 1. 23 "A" Club 4. Right BETTY ODELL Y-Teens 3. 4. MICLVIN PICAIRSON Left l.l'LU JANE PETEIISON lland 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4, Girls Sextet 1, 3: Glee Club 1 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Y- Teens 1. 2. 3. 4, Class Play 3, G.A.A. Officer 3, 4, Cheer- leader 41 National Honor So- ciety 3. lllgbt IKAMIRO IIAMOS Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Letter 3, 43 Basketball 1. 2. tl. 4, Truck 1, 2. 3, 43 "A" Club 3, 41 lli-Y 4: Class Of- ficer 3. LUIS REED Pep Club 2, Il, 4: Y-Teens 1. 2, 33 Attended Twin Falls, Idabo, lligh 3. Left lIlT'l'll REIIDEII Pep Club 2, 4: Y-Teen 1, 2. 4: Spud Stal! 2. night MARLYS SKINNER Band 2, 3, 43 Band Letter 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Class Play 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 A Cap- pella Cllolr 3: Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4, I-'eil Club President 4: Y-Teens , 2. 3, 4: Spud Sta! 2, 3, 43 Qulll and Scroll 3, 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. 2, fl, Football Queen Atten- dant. W!l,IlURN TIMBLIN Traek 2, 3, 4: Track Letter 2: "A" Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1: lll-Y 2, 3, 4: F.F. A. 1. 2, Il. Left PEGGY TITUS Glee Club Il 4' l'e Club 'l . . p .. 4: glass Play il: Berea lllgh lllght 4'.Vl'lI,l'IllINI'l TSCIIUDIN Glen- Club 1, 3, 43 Mixed 1'lmrus 1: A Cappella Choir Il. 4: Girls Octet 3, 43 Pep Club Il, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4. l'I'II!I.I+INl'l SVALKIGII l'ep Club Il, 4: Y-Teens 3, 4: Attended Lnkeslde lllgh 1, 2. lwft JACK WEIDENIIAMER Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Football Letter 3. 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Club Il, 4. Illght FICIKN VVICINELL lland 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Olleer JK. 4, Hand Letter 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3 4: Y-Teens 1, 25 Spud Stat 2, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Class Olflcer 1 3 Stu- dent Council 3, Annual Stal! 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. Let- ter 2, 3. 1-'LORENCE WEINELI, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. In-ft l'l'1ltN.t Wll.l.N I'vp Club l, -lx Y-'Fvens 1. 2, .., 4. ' .IIM WORIWIN Football 1, 2, il, 43 Football Letter 2, 3, 4: Track 1. 2, 3, 45 "A" Club 3, 43 "A" Club officer 3, 4: Class Officer 2: Ulnss Plny 3. lllght DON ZUIKN Football 2, 3, 4, Football Let- ter 3. 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: llaslretball Letter 3, 45 'l'l-nvk 1, 2, 3, 43 Track Letter 2. Il. 4: "A" Club 2. 3, 4. Cla s s M o t t 0 "Life is a picture, so paint it well." Class Colors Class Flower silver and Royal Blue Gardenia 'Farewell From the Seniors To a swell bunch of under-classmen, teachers, and board members, the senior class of '48 bids farewell. The friendships of the students and teachers will ever be remembered and it is hoped by us that it will not end with our graduation. We thank the taxpayers, the faculty, and the board of education for giving us such splendid educational opportunities. Without their aid such an education, which is the backbone of democracy, would not be possible. Recalling the events of the last four years, we regret that we are nearing the end of our days in A.H.S. We have tried to increase the standing of our school and ourselves. In leaving we wish all future classes luck, and hope they will have as good a time in school as we have had. As the final year of high school begins, the seniors realize how short the remainder of their school days are, and take a more active part in the various activities. HR. C. J. KUBICEK GRETCHEN IlElN Sponsor HOWARD BERG Vice-President PAT POLLARD Treasurer President Junior Class History A large class of juniors, sixty-five boys and sixty-two girls, elected Gret- chen Hein as president for the year 1947 and 1948. Other officers were Howard Berg, vice-president, Elaine Fowler, Secretary, Pat Pollard, Treasurerg Ruth Helen Yon, Glen Beerline, and Norman McCullock, Student Council members. Mrs. Perrin and Mr. Kubicek were chos- en as sponsors. Seven boys lettered in football this year. They were Bob Pilkington. Wil- lard Russell, Donald Coupens, Neil Stumbaugh, H u b e rt Shellenberger, Glen Beerline, and Bob Stephens. Four boys lettered in track last year. They were Hubert Shellenberger, Donald Coupons, Neil Stumbaugh, and Johnny Leon. The Junior Class Play, A Date With Judy, was presented December 5 and 6 and proved to be a great success. RUTH HELEN YON Student Council GLEN BEEBLINE Student Council MRS. GENEVIEVE PERRIN Sponsor ELAINE FOWLER Secretary NORMAN Mr-CULLOCK Student Council Left LAMAR HARRIS DOROTHY HAWLEY BARBARA IIENNIGII Right TOM IIERMAN ETIIELDA IIIMES Left JANIE IIITT PEGGY HOLMES MARY IIUBEII mgnc Anvm JENSEN DELMA JENSEN Left JOAN JOH NSON SHIRLEY JOHNSON BETTY JONES mgnc JOAN JONES PAT KENNEDY Left NORMAN KEIINS BILL KOOZER EILEEN KREBS Right BERNARD KULAS LOIS MARY LAWRENCE Left VERA LUND MARJORIE MACGIRVIN BETTY MARVIN Right DICK M I NOR JESSE MORENO Left DONNA MORRISON BEATRICE MOTLEY BETH NA SON Right BILL NELSON CHET NEWMAN Right LYLE 0LsoN BARBARA PETERSON Lett ROBERT NEWMAN NORMAN 0'DELL Right ELDORA RADER GEORGE ROGOWSKI 1' 'I " 1947 Lett Q ' HUGH POLSON A , A LA FAE POWERS ' 1 I mgnr sumuw RUST EDDIE SCHONARD Lett WILLARD RUSSELL BILL RUST Rixht BOB STEPHENS NEIL STUMBAUGH Left IIUBIE SHEL- LENBERGER BARBARA SISLEY Right BILL TRIGGS VURENE TYNDALL Lett DONALD SULZBACK BETTY THOMAS Right BILLIE WRIGHT RITA WYLAND Left ALICE WEST BARBARA WILDER 1 1' H sig, 1 . -'u A ,fy :ff . ' f i U' DANNY JORDAN DENNIS DEBERRY MARLENE VAN DUSEN Vice-President President Secretary I .EO WEED Treasurer DONNA STEIL Student Counctl Sophomore Class History As freshmen, the class of ,50 started the your by electing Donna Steil, president, Da- xid l.epard, vice-president, ,lean Perrin, sec- rctaryg and Dennis DeBerry, treasurer. Bar- bara Kastner, Jerry Bilstein, and Dale Slay- nnaker were chosen to represent the class in the Student Council. Mrs. Bayer and Mr. jorgenson were elected to sponsor the class. The freshmen were the largest class in school with 142 members and they held a high place on the semester honor roll by having thirteen members listed. The freshmen held one class party, the theme corresponded to "St, Patrick's Day." The freshmen football squad was defeated in both games played with Scottsbluff. As sophomores, this class was again the largest with 123 students enrolled at the be- ginning of the year and several more were enrolled before the end of the second semester. Dennis DeBerry was elected as the sopho- more president, Danny Jordan as vice-presi- dent, Marlene Van Dusen as secretary, and Leo Weed as treasurer. Donna Steil, Duane Nlctlullock, and Lou Ann Patton were chosen as representatives to the Student Council. Mr. lfichenberger and Mrs. Briley were the spon- sors of the class during the first semester, and Mrs. Alice Nelson replaced Mrs. Briley dur- ing the second semester. The semester honor roll was headed by the names of twenty-seven sophomores. The class held one party in the final se- mester of the school year. The sophomores were active in sports. Fred Mackey lettered in football and Bill Giles lettered in basketball. During both the freshman and sophomore years, this class was active in vocal and in- strumental music. MR. RICHARD EICHEN- BERGER Sponsor M RS. 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ROBBIE SEIFERT GARY BROWN PAT BROAD Vlce-President President Secretary .l ERRE MORRISON Treasurer 6 ILA KENNEDY Studs-nt Council Freshman Class History The freshmen of ,48, a class of one hundred and eleven, elected as presi- dent, Cary Brown, vice-president, Bob Seifertg secretary, Pat Broad, and treas- urer, ,lerre Morrison. The Student Coun- cil representatives were Ila Kennedy, Jodel McMahon, and Richard Annable. Sponsors were Mrs. Bayer and Mr. Johnson. The class had twenty-six pupils on the semester Honor Roll. In February, the freshmen held their class party, a "Leap Year" dance and floor show. The football squad was defeated by the Scottsbluff Bearkittens in both games. The scores were 13-6 and 25-13. Sixteen freshmen made the basketball squad. The freshmen took active part in both vocal and instrumental music. Seven- teen were members of A Cappella choir and nine were in the Band. RICHARD ANNABLE Student Council JODELL McMAHON Student Council MR. MARTIN D. 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D '4 A -1 O L: an D .- D F U Q D D D E 9 v- D D :S 1 ata, 4 ' 1 'I 1 .23 .. 580 If' .....,, Q '69 N..-,-mT:':: R 5" -x Nz I x ' X waxy A5 ,dr . 4 , '1 F l 5 WH 'l 1 '- v " - . 1 -:fx 'W' Www X U it V wh ,, Y, - L. .4314 Qi , K Y 5 V 'KZ 'V .. Y y 11- ' 'if' 4125? , Q. A in v '-1 Y, ' 'fl , 5 'Fm s k Q wsaf, ' -X, f w If-, .., . wb. 'wg -41. ' gy my Q, .5-gg? Q. . Q my V, , Q M, , F Ag 4 1 'Js'i'?X'k'.7A':jk? .. 4 , 1 X -Hsfs' x - Q455' je W., ge: 1' 4? fivwsaizs Q Gll0l'NlI FL00lI 105' il I 0 'I GYM I 0 3 ,Ol Room 103 102 HOME ECONOMICS: The fresh- Room 105 INDUSTRIAL ART: Mr. Nelson and his advanced class are unl dertaking an unusually large project for a class of this size. They have started to build a house and they hope to have it finished before the last of May. men and sophomore girls are in- structed by Miss Hoover, who is showing them how to lay patterns on material. Room 104 AGRICULTURE: The boys taking this course are taught to judge grain and to repair farm machin- ery on a small scale. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Phys-Ed, a required subject for girls and boys, is held in the gym, and is under the capable instruction of Mrs. Nelson and Mr. Zikmund. MAIN FLO0R M lff M My 1,7 2 9 StUOV AUD LIBRARY -ii., OIFICC ROOM 212 LIBRARY: Under the watchful eye of the li- brarian, Mrs. Andrews, the many books in the library are handled with care by the stu- dents. ---. ROOM 215 SHORTHAND: Miss Albro has the begin- ning shorthand classes, where the main charac- ters are learned. Miss Schiebel continues with the advanced class. ROOM 219 AMERICAN HIS- TORY: Mr. Kubicelc and the juniors start with the discovery of America by Columbus and go on through his- tory to the present day. ROOM 216 TYPINC: First year typing, taught by Miss Albro, is spent mainly on the fundamentals of typing. Miss Schiebel continues with the ad- vanced classes. PPER FLO0R V ' 82,1 .5"Z9l I 334323 327 320 AUD. 32.5 ,3'.1.4 32.3 R 0 0 M 3 3 3 SENIOR ENGLISH: The senior reviews grammar and reads English literature, un- der the instruction of Mrs. Perrin. He com- pletes this course by writing a thesis requir- ing extensive research. 330 3.3 -imI'.x:nv 4' ,-1-mm: EW Qs Assets 'lv I R00 M 33 1 CHEMISTRY: T h e chemistry class forms a foundation, for those who plan to go on in science, nursing or pharmacy. l N i ROOM 329 BIOLOGY: Sophomores, looking through the microscopes gain a knowledge of the reproduction and structure of plant and animal life. v ,N UP' R O O M 3 3 0 WORLD HISTORY: Studying foreign countries, their origin, lo- cation, welfare, and importance is the main purpose of this course. Mr. Norman is the instructor. ROOM 328 PHYSICS: The boys are experi- menting to determine the effect of pressure on the boiling point of water. T ROOM 326 ALGEBRA: Miss Burns has the beginning and advanced classes in alegbra, in which the students struggle with formulas containing X, Y, and Z. R O O M 3 2 5 JUNIOR ENGLISH: Miss Quigley and. the juniors spend much of their time on speech and Ameri- can literature. ' 'ii R O O M 3 2 7 GENERAL SCIENCE: Freshmen study heat and its control, along with other minor scientific prin- ciples. R O O M 3 2 1 SOCIOLOGY: Miss Peonio and Mr. Kubi- cek try to impress the seniors with the fact that the modern world should profit by the mistakes made during the past centuries. ROOM 324 GEOMETRY: Th e mathematics course of- fered to sophomores is taught by Miss Hart- well. Here circles, tri- angles, and other geo- metric figures are stud- ied. JOUR ALI M DON PORTER, editor- in-chief for the first nine weeks of the hx-st semester. O MARLYS SKINNER, editor-in-chief for the second nine weeks of the tlrst semester. EDITH BERG, editor- in-chief for the tlrst nine weeks of the sec- ond semester. MRS. BAYER Advisor , .. Q 'Q if- Qi . T-, -H THE SPUD, bi-weekly publication of Alliance High School, gives the journalism student a practical background, and a chance to apply his knowledge. ww WN... si ' 'twirl I Agfiwf si - M?'Vv , .,..,-..... K.. Wm... ,... Q. M.. .. :waxy W. , '-lu R A-CLUB Wl LLABD RUSSELL GLEN BEEHLINE HUBIE BHELLENBICRGEIR Secretary-Tnaanrer Vice-President President, IDUIE HANDELBERG Senior BILL BROWN Senior The A-Club, an organization for boys who have won their letter award in one of the major sports of A.H.S., began the 1947-48 school year with the following officers: Jim Worden, President: Bill Darnell, Vice-President, Ramiro Ramos, Secretary-Treasurer, and Jack Weidenhamer, Ser- geant-at-arms. Coaches Kubicek and Zikmund were spon- mrs. Continuing a tradition begun in 1939, the A-Club mem- bers and all football squad members chose a football' queen. To be eligible for this honor, a girl must be a senior in Pep Club and in good standing in all subjects. Betty Broich was presented by Jack Krause, A-Club member, as the 1947 queen during the half of the Alliance-Keamey game. Marlys Skinner and Yvonne Garrett were selected as at- tendants. 'I'he queen was presented with an engraved trophy from the A-Club, a traditional gold football from the Pep Club, and all three were given large bouquets of flowers. A-Club initiation was held in December. This affair consisted of the thirteen new members dressing up as girls for a day. Boys initiated are: Jack Krause, John Leon, Glen Beerline, Dean Johnson, Harold Johnson, Fred Mackey, Sam Moore, Frank O'Connor, Bob Pilkington, Don Porter, Wil- lard Russell, Bob Stephens, and Neil Stumbaugh. Krause and Leon won their awards in track, the rest lettering in football. At the end of the Brst semester, new officers were elect- ed for 1948. They are: Hubie Shellenberger, President: Glen Beerline, Vice-President, Willard Russell, Secretary- 'heasuren and Bob Pilkington, Sergeant-at-arms. BOB PILKINGTON Sergeant-at-A rms MARVIN BOYER Senior Y,f.. .Ill WORDEN Senior f lt! 4 is DON ZURN BILL DABNELL JACK WEIDENIIAMER RAMIRO RAIIOS WAYNE STEPHENS Senior Senior Senior Senior Benlor JACK Kuiwsn 1-'RANK O'CONNOIt HAROLD JOHNSON DEAN JonNs0N JOHN ,moz Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior .ffl WILBURN TIMBLI N Senior DON PORTER Senior Betty Brolch was presented as the 1947 Football Queen dur mg the half of the Alhance Kearney game. Left to rlght Yvonne Garrett, attendantg Betty Broich, queen, and Mar- SAM MOORE lys Skinner, attendant. DON COUPENS Senior Junior BRUCE COOPER NEIL STUMBAUGH BOB STEPHENS JOHN LEON BOB ALE Senior Junior Junior Junior Senior Ill-Y Vin., JUIIN IPIKIICIIEIKGEIC Prvsldnnt UA RL JOHNSON Vlvo-Prosidvllt HUGH POLSON Secreta ry-Tre-as. M R. NORMAN Sponsor Ill-Y MEMBERS Flrst Row: lleft to rlghty .lon Glau, Ronnie Lifons, Frank- lln Drlml, Gay Brown, Donald Uttoway, Mr. ,ee Norman, Ray Gllnes, allave Adams, Dwaln Adams, Tommy Dill, Dwaln Bartf-ls. Second Row: Virgll Elliot, Bob Glau, Chet Newman, Dale Slaymaker, Dennls Deflerry, Emil Faber, Ramiro Ramos, Lyle Olson, Wallace Shore, Robert Newman, Jimmy Hunter. Third Row: Bill Fredricks, Glen Bartvls, Lamar llarrls, Donald Stull, Marvln law- rence, Charles Berg, David Lopard, Rlchard Myers, Gene Atkins, Ed Schonard, Milton Johnson, Rlchard Hines. Fourth Row: Robert Rogowskl, Bob Rickard, Carl John- son, Wilbur Tlmblln, Bob Rust, George Rogowskl, Norman McCullock, Bill Darnell, Don Coupens, Hugh Polson, John Frleberger, Vaughn Plester. lll-Y WEETHEABT 5 4 MARDELLA HULETT JUNE HERMAN PEGGY TITUS Attendant Attendant The Hi-Y is a branch of the Young Men's Christian Association. The Alliance branch was first organized in 1935. The purpose of this club is to create, maintain, and' extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian character. The Hi-Y platform is "clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living." Officers chosen for the 1947-48 school year are: John Frieberger, President: Carl Johnson, Vice-President: and Hugh Polson, Secretary- Treasurer. Bill Darnell and Ramiro Ramos were appointed as Ser- geants-at-arms, and Mr. Norman sponsors the group, which consists of sixty members. The Hi-Y has taken an active part in sports activities by selling candy, popcorn, and pop during the various games and meets. The annual Sweetheart Dance, which was given March 20, was the highlight of the year. During this event, Mardella Hulett was presented as the 1948 Sweetheart, with Peggy Titus and June Herman as atten- dants. Y-TEE First Row: fleft to right? Janie Hitt, Gretchen Hein, June Crawford, Lois Mary Lawrence, Addie Lou Rochlitz, Marlys Skinner. Second Row: Jesse Lea Murray, Bonnie Duryea, Betty McCormick, Martha Boyer, Barbara Sisley, Barbara Baker. M RS, .XNDIKRWS One hundred and ten Alliance High School girls are members of Y-Teens who meet every Thursday. June Crawford is the president with a cabinet consisting of Lois Mary Lawrence, Vice- Presidentg Addie Lou Rochlitz, Secretary, Gretchen Hein, Treasurerg and Committee Chairmen: Marlys Skinner, Janie Hitt, Bonnie Duryea, Barbara Baker, Betty McCormick, Barbara Sisley, Martha Boyer, and Jessie Lea Murray. Evefy girl in Y-Teens is on some committee. The theme this year is "What Challenges Y- Teens?" The Y-Teens have had several social affairs: the Annual Patteran, a membership tea, a penny carnival, Heart Sister Week, Dad-Daughter Box Social, Mother-Daughter Banquet, and the Caira. The Y-Teens sent two girls to summer camp at Fullerton, Nebraska, and one girl to the National Conference at Grinnell, Iowa. Sponsors for this year are Mrs. Andrews and Miss Schiebel. MISS SCHIEBEL N"U7"'0 35532 5 wx rE vi m2""'4: U E. n-Am? . S 'ni gif? :- -uv :P-U 4, Q. Digi! -1- -no 5.52: osvgw -15 '5 1155- -'4 .H-1: -,2."'F -pg 5 5 o 4 P3 Q 1 .72 12 . 'I T Q 1' 3 E W 2 3 s 25 fo fu D. 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ALLIED YOU'l'll G 5 ALLIED YOUTll MEMBERS Flrst Row: Qleft to rlghtj Jean Sayre, June Herman, Fern Welnell, Gene Ward, Yvonne Garrett, Gary Maxwell, Barbara Hennlgh, Don Strong, Basha Brlley Wal ace Adams, Marlys Skinner, Henry lleltz, Georgia Weldln, Barham Wegl. Second Row: Lavona Butcher, Margie Krause, Bonnie reentleld, Gretchen Hein, Florence Welnell, Lola Mary Lawrence, Ruth Helen Yon, Jerre Blalne, Patsy Morrison, Barbara I-laught, Jean Beerllne, Rose Marie Bartlett, Sponsor-Mr. Zlkmund. Third Row: Elaine Fowler, June Crawford, Delores Gebauer, Peggy Tltus, Vera Crook, Larry Carter, Phyllis McCullah, Mary Walts, Wlnifred Kohler, Mary Huber, Mary Jane Christensen, Jean Perrin, Kathleen Corp, Betty Marvin, Doris Reed. Fourth Row: Pat Pollard, Vernon Pearson, Rex Ru- heck, June Slmgson, Jeannine Hopkins, Vera Tyndall, Huble Shellenberger, hlrley Hines, Myrna Mlh0Di?, Myrna Wal- ston, LaFae Powers, Harriett Edwards, athryn Schad- winkel, Raymond Gomez, Sybil Dentler. Fifth Row: Kathryn llroghamer, Barbara Pederson, Wayne Wright. Dorot y Keder, Dennis DeBerry, Vera Lund, David Lepard, Vurene Tyndall, Shirley Rust. Bob Stephens. Carl Johnson, Lois Reed, Lee Maxwell, Aloha Jensen, Wayne Stephens, Adrian Eaton. Sixth Row: Dale Slaymaker, Beverly Guheen, Blll Darnell, Laurie Mulluy, Ramiro Ramos, Lauretts Ware, Bob Grove, Red Russell, .lack Weldenhamer, Elaine Johnson, Clavdean Nelson, Donna Morrison. Jim Worden, Norman Mcflullock. Allied Youth is an organization specializing in the field of alcohol education. It assists students and teachers of high schools to acquire facts about charters, to organize and to plan programs. The group locally in high schools and communities, encourages better recreation, stimulates and directs study of the alcohol problem as it allects youth, spreads knowledge of these approaches and methods among teachers, school ad- ministrators, parents, and other citizens. lt also conducts an extensive program for equipping youth with dependable facts and high motives of conduct and activity. Officers this year who have helped in organizing Allied Youth are: President, .lack Weidenhamerg Vice-President, Bill Darnell, Secretary, Bev. Cuheeng Treasurer, Bonnie Greenfield, and sponsor, Mr. Zikmund. There are now one hundred and eighteen in Allied Youth. G. A. A. Q7 G. A. A. Lulu Jane Peterson, Barbara Kastner, Winifred Koh- ler. Second Row: Georgia Weldin, Iva Lou Jensen, G.A.A. MEMBERS-First Row: Cleft torightl-Vurene Shirley Hines, Basha Briley, Beverly Guheen, Sybil Tyndall, Fern Weinell, Aloha Jensen, Loretta Wane, Dentler, Pat Morris, June Simpson, Ruth Ann Burton. The Girls' Athletic Association is a national organization. Mrs. Alice Nelson started this organization and kept it alive in its first years. So far it has been quite successful. The girls take an active part in sports, of which basketball is their favorite. They are governed by reg- ulations, set up to improve their health and keep them physically fit. The officers for this year were chosen as follows: President, Lor- etta Wareg Vice-President, Barbara Kastnerg Secretary, Aloha Jensen, Treasurer, Lulu ,lane Peterson. Mrs. Nelson, who replaced Mrs. Briley, is their sponsor and helps the girls in carrying on their activities. livery year a C.A.A. team is chosen from this group and a basket- lrall game is played between them and the winning team of the physical education group. The girls all look forward with great enthusiasm for this game as this is the only vompetitive game in which they have an opportunity to participate. At the end of eat-h year, letters are awarded to the girls who have obeyed the rules. displayed good sportsmanship, and taken an active part in the activities. Q ILL and CROLL HOWARD BERG President M A RLYS SKI NNER f t , z. Q 9 , vm . I , L DON PORTER X :f2,2'1HL?'FZ Vicfhpresldent Secretary Treas Quill and Scroll was first organized as an active group in Alliance High School in the year 1938 with a membership of fifteen stu- dents. After the year 1943, there was no active organization in Alliance High School until this year, 1947-1948, when eleven Quill and Scroll members organized, electing How- ard Berg, President, Donald Porter, Vice- Presidentg and Addie Lou Rochlitz, Secretary- Treasurer. Six members, all seniors, earned their Quill and Scroll membership in 194-7. They are: Betty McCormick, Donald Porter, Edith Berg, Marlys Skinner, Yvonne Garrett, and Addie Lou Rochlitz. New members admitted this year are: Fern Weinell, senior, and Lois Mary Lawrence, Howard Berg, Betty Marvin, and Thelma Erny, juniors. Membership requirements for Quill and Scroll are: candidates must be at least a junior, in the upper third of the class, submit a sample of creative work which has been published, and 100 inches of news writing or 150 inches of advertising. Q MRS. BAYER Sponsor YVON NE GARRETT EDITH BERG BETTY McCORMICK FFJHN VVEINELL BETTY MARVIN LOIS MARY THELMA ERNY LAWRENCE I F. F. A. ARVID JENSEN Vice-President NORMAN KERNS Treasurer i , -m Vt .gf I GENE BROST President Future Farmers of America is a national organization of farm boys who are studying vocational agriculture. It was first organ- ized in 1928. The Alliance Chapter was chartered in 1938. Future Farmers' work gives supplemental training opportunities to boys in many fields which otherwise would not be taught in high school courses. F.F.A. is the work of the boys, by the boys, and for the boys. Agricultural and shop questions are stud- ied and discussed, programs of work are set up, and leadership is developed as such pro- grams are carried through to completion. Community service projects and co-operative activities are sponsored with the school, com- munity, and other chapters. Scholarship is stimulated in earning of advanced degrees. Crops and stock judging contests, farmship contests, public speaking contests, and better chapter contests are developed. The Greenhand degree was conferred upon Gene Brost. Arvid Jensen, Rodney Jensen, and Emil Faber were awarded honor letters at Honor Convocation last May. The officers who helped to bring F.F.A. to a good start this year are: Gene Brost, Presidentg Arvid Jensen, Vice-President, Rodney Jensen, Secretary, Norman Kerns, Treasurer, Wayne Woodworth, Reporter, Tom Herman, Sentinelg and adviser, Mr. H. N. Murray. WAYNE WOODWORTH Reporter TOM HERMAN Sentinel RODNEY JENSEN Secretary MR. 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I 'fini' 1" gm, Q 'J' " 3 'f " W ' ,us A ,I M, -A 'JA' M . 4 'Q QA . 4 mfs., f AY , -.Q Agp 'ff' mixg J YL I NP 4' 9549! J N f ' 32 f , f Z 44 ' 5 , .. ,, r 4 2 S w ' ..,f.....,, W P 0 ,k Q. A 5. 1 1 L I I 'Bib' ,sg ' r .H-.---JI' N-.,.f i -. Q NT ' Fr x 1 M 'ia I E, 4 1 s Q 1 ffm X :P V1 ' 'E A il S , RX ia! fff wr? F00'l'BALL C. J. KUBICEK ALLEN ZIKMUND VICTOR JENNINGS Line Coach Head Football End Coach Coach 194 Football Record Alliance 6 .. ...................................... Cheyenne 30 Alliance 0 ..... Lincoln Northeast 21 Alliance 13 ., ....................... Curtis 0 Alliance 0 ....... North Platte 6 Alliance 26 ...... Alliance 39 .... Alliance 13 .. Alliance 6 ., ..........Sterling 6 .......McCook 6 .......Kearney 7 ......Scottsbluff 12 1947 Football Campaign On August 21, slxty-hve plgskln asplrants, among whom were ten lettermen, were returned from the 1946 grld wars. They were confronted with a new coachlng stall' and an entirely different system-the T formation and its modlncatlons. The revised coaching staff conslsted of head coach, Allen Zlkmund, graduate of the Unlverslty of Nebraska, a letterman ln track and football and a member of the Nebraska football squad which played ln the 1941 Rose llowl game: assistant coaches, C. J. Kublcek, who has turned out man rugged, hard-charging llnement the past six years at AJKS. 3 and Vlctor Jennlngs of Councll Bluds, Iowa, who had previously coached ln Omaha, and Rock Bprln s, Wyoming. The ettermen were: Marvin Birlver, end: sohn Bros, guard: Blll Darnell, back' Louis an- delberg, back: Ramiro Ramos, guard: Hubert Shellen- berger, bsckg Wayne Stephens, tackle: Jack Weiden- hamer, tackle: Tim Worden, center: and Donald Zurn, tackle. This group of lettermen, Hlus the reserves were not destined to gala conference onors, but to wln, for themselves the reputation of belng a worthy opponent- a group ol' players who could be depended upon as a well- condltloned and fundamentally-grounded group of ath- letes who could play clean, har , sharp football, wln or OIG. Playing an all Class A, eight-game schedule, the Alliance grid ers met several outstandlng squads. The lnexperlenced Bulldogs dropped the first two games, one to a fast Cheyenne team and th other to a trlc y-passing, I.lncoln Northeast eleven. The Blue and White gained their flrst victory over the Curtls Aggles. After losing a close conference tllt to North Platte they bounced back to wln victories over Serllng, McCook, and Kearney, los- lug only to the Scottsbluff Bearcats ln the anale. In lntroduclni the T-formation to the Panhandle community, Coach lkmund experienced hls share of difficulties. Because the team had no former knowledge of the T and its lntricacles, trying circumstances were confronted. However, through hls fundamental knowledge of the game and through hls ability to impart hls teachings, and with the very co-operative assistance of the two coaches, the team began to blossom into s seasoned-ap- pearlng outdt. By the Hrst game the team showed slgns of perfect physical condlt1onlng, and the boys went out on the lleld into every game with the appearance of a well-coached high school team. As the season progressed, they showed signs of improvement ln generalshlp and fundamentals. In no game were they ever out-fouglht but continued to play harder and smarter football as t e season progressed. Undoubtedly an excellent tribute to Coach Zlkmund ls the fact that he teaches football as a stepping stone to true American cltlzenshlp-hard work, fair play, self sacrlllce, and true sportsmanship. Our thanks to all ofdvou for the splendid co-opera- tion shown this season an best wishes for Coach Zlk- lnund and his stad' for the coming year. Q' V, iq. 3 :.:, , A ri M X 3 Q i .,:.,.Z..:.:V jr- J S I in f ' I A M 1 A l il I -1 Q' S I N. I Y , ., .pg If ms, I RAMIRO RAMOS Senior Guard, 150 lbs. West All Big-Ten All-Big Ten Honor Roll All-State Honor Roll J IM WORDEN Senior Center, 14-7 lbs. Honorary Co-captain LOUIS MANDELBERG Senior Fullback, 161 lbs. West All-Big Ten All-Big Ten Honor Roll All-State Honor Roll Honorary Co-captain JACK WEIDENHAMER Senior Tackle, 159 lbs. West All-Big Ten All-Big Ten Honor Roll All-Northwest Award BILL DARNELL Senior Quarterback, 165 lbs -514 YL JOHN BROZ firniov fiuud, l62 Ibn. nossui was U X MARYIN BUYER Senior End, 158 lbs. ALLIANCE DROPS OPENER Opcnlng their 1947 football campalgn, the Alliance pzrldmen absorbed a 30-6 deft-at at the hands of a tricky Ulu-yt-nne eleven. Boh Buckles, a Wyoming All'State quarterback, madc hlmsv-lt' well acquainted with thc Bulldogs throughout the evening. Literally running wild, hc scored three of the flve Clie-ycnne touchdowns. Early ln the first perlod, a Red and Black score was set up hy a series uf short end runs. Buckles, then taking over, ran the hall across the Alliance goal on an off-tackle play. With a coim-hack, the Bulldog quarterback, Dar- ncll, flred a :lil-yard pass to Boyer who made it to the Clit-yt-une five. Mandellu-rg then plowed ovcr for thc lone .llllancc score. A st-cond lndlnn touchdown was set up by a 39- yard pass, with Buckles then running wlde around end for the tally. The half ended Cheyenne 12, Alliance ti. Thc thlrd tluarter was comparatively even, with the Bulldogs chcc ing the Indian offense, and showing some flashes of offensive power of tht-ir own. The fourth quartcr, however, proved nightmarish for the Alliance eleven. Cla-yenne struck ln the early mlnutes of the final quarter, with Buckles catching a pass good for another six polnts. Alllanct- rt-cw-lved the klckofl' hut couldn't get thclr offenslve machine rolling. The Bulldogs fumbled on the sccond play and the vlsltors recovcred. A pass to llcrhst, Vheyenne end. added six more points for the lndlans, A few moments later, Cheyenne scored for thc flfth time on a long pass with the game ending shortly after- wards. Best lntllcatlons of Alllancw-'s potential strength was thc showing of the llne, lcd hy end Wayne Stephens who played a strong defensive game. .lim Worden. the Iight but aggresslve Bulldog center, blocked three Chcy- cnnc trys for points. Co-Captains for the game were .llm Worden and Blll Darnell. Senior Tackle, 2117! Ibn. R nt' ref- A 75", . Q' at ' ,f- I' ll A NK O'CONNOIl Halfback Don Coupens attempts a line drive as the Bulldogs bow to the Northeast Rockets, 21-0. ROCKET AERIAL ATTACK SMOTHERS BULLDOGS On tht-lr flrst trip to castcrn circles, the Alliance Bulldogs were trcatcd to a decisive loss hy a strong Lincoln Northeast eleven. Quarterback Mark Martin passed his Northeast mate-s to a 21-tl victory at Magel- Stadlum, and added the points. Alliance, catching the ltockets on the rt-hound of a three-game losing strc-ak, proved no match for thc Northeast aerlal bombardment. The lnltial ltockct touchdown came midway in the flrst tfaarter. The Northeast eleven, unable to gain consistcnty through the hard-charging Blue and White dt-fenslve wall, started tht-lr passing attack. A quick pass, Martin to Mt-huron, ln the flat, made the first points. A pass, this tlmc to fullhack Neidcrhaus. who was waiting ln thc end zone, led to the next Black and Whltt- score just before halftime. Coming out for the second half Martln passed to Schappaugh. good for 22 yards and scttlng up the flnal tally. Again Martln uncorkcd a pass, which was caught heautlfu y on the 10-yard line hy end Cecil Voils, who carried lt over and made thc score 2141. The lncxperlence ln pass dcfense of the Bulldog hackfleld proved to he their downfall. The bright spot, however, was the llne which held the Rocket ground at- tack down conslderahlv. The defensive llne-hacking of Mandelherg was spectacular. Making a large percentage of the tackles for the Alliance eleven, he stopped many of the off tackle thrusts and end runs of the Rockets. Mackey, Bulldog sophomore, at times showed flashes of outstanding offcnslve play at his right halfback post. The Alllancf- offense was spotty and showed ln- ahlllty in running the T to perfection. Co-Captains were Wayne Stephens and Louis Man- delberg. .X . KY tl NF. h'IlfI'llI'fNN Si--not fund. lol! ill. cts BILL BROWN 'ie-nior Emi. N7 Eli-. 3 HAROLD JOIINSON Senior Ta-kin, Iii! lbs. All Northam A-sud . 4 P i .- DGN PORTER Smim hd, Ml lin, Fred Mackey, sophomore back, returns a pass interception in thrilling Kearney tilt, which the Blue and White won, 13-7. ALLIANCE HALTS CURTIS IN FIRST WIN After losing two games, Alliance managed to get into the wln column by subdulng an aggressive Curtis eleven, 13-0. The llulldog squad showed what they were rt-ally capable of doing. Thi- two teams battled stubbornly through the flrst three quarters without tallying: but the Ilulldogs, outplaying and wearing down the Aggies, reached paydirt twice in the fourth pcriod. The fourth quarter opened with the ball on the Aliiancc thirty-six yard line with the Illue and White in command. A si-ries of plays by Mackey and Shellcn- berger rang up a first down. On the following play, Mack- ey was sprung loose- for forty vards carrying the leather Io the seven-yard line. After three hard-hitting plays by Bland:-lbs-rg, Darnell plowed across the goal line on a quarterback sneak. The conversion failed. tl'Connor kicked off to Curtis who, after two plays. puntcd. Slit-llenbergt-r. on a tricky reverse with nice blocking, broke loose around 4-nd for forty-flvc yards, put- ting the lilue and White in scoring position. The Bulldogs lost possession on downs but regained the ball when Por- ter intercepted an Aggie- pass. Mandi-lberg and Coupcus then teamed up to taki- the hall to the one-yard lirlc. Bland:-lbw-rg, bowling over Curtis tackli-rs, plunged into pay dirt for the final tally. 0'f'onnor converted, making thc score lflftl. The lighter Alliance line outfought and outcharged the Fortis boys throughout the game, The pass defense was excellent and time and again throttle-d the air threats of the Aggies, Thi- offensive- machine finally began to click. with the intricate 'I' plays showing power undem- ollstrato-ll in thc flrst two games. Cn-1 'aptains for the game were Jack VV1-idvnliamer and John llroz. ALLIANCE EDGED IN BIC TEN TILT Alliance, in their first Rig Ten tilt of the season, was edged out by North Platte by a ti-0 score, made in the first two minutes of the game. The l'lafter's score came shortly after the opening Hun when a lilue and Gold lineman pounced on a Bulldog fumble on tht- first om-nsive play. llritt. the I'lafter's bruising fullback. in a si-ries n smashing llne plays, waded fhI'0lll-Zh the stunned liluc and White forward wall for thi- only score of the game. The conversion fcll short. North Platte, dominating the entire first half, started another march which endcd on tht- one-yard stripi- with four downs to go. llowever. tha- over-anxiety of the Platter backfield to bolster thi-ir slim margin resulted in a fumble which was recovered by Porter, alert end, and Alliance gained possession. That was just about the ball game as far as the visitors were concerned, as they spent the second half en- deavoring to ker-p the Alliance eleven from making any headway. Penalties on the Blue and Whites in the second half proved costly. making first downs hard to pick up. Alliance drove deep into the Platter's territory at one point. but they were finally checked. Alliance, after a momentary lapse at the start of the game. showed great power of defense and refused to be-hfooled or tricked, playing stubbornly from start to fin- N . The Blue and White displayed a well-executed T but merely lacked the experience to make lt work against the huskfer opponents. The predominatlng feature of the game was the Dusting of Louis Mandelberg. the Bulldog fullback, who averaged 33 yards in nine tries, and placed many of his kicks out of bounds. Co-Captains for the game were Harold Johnson and Itamiro Ramos. f l r owv Jomlsos 'I Q f. swsof ct-.ia 151 za.. 5, BOB HUUNGTON ' if K Junior Tackle. l60 Ibm HTH STEPHENS Iuniot Cuard, IN! lln. x fm x X j x 'n X I A . DON COIIPENS lunior llnlfbn-L lIl5 lhn WILLARD RIISSELL SAM MOORE Junior Fullhsclr. lfs7 lln, STERLING ROUTED, 26-6 Roaring back lnto the wln column, Alllance over- powered a Sterling, Colorado, eleven 26-6. The Tlgers drew first blood, scoring a touchdown wlthln the flrst two minutes on a long pass play. Alllance received the kickoff and wlth powerful llne drives marched the entlre length of the fleld. Man- delberg crashed through center for the tlrst score. The second quarter was entlrely dominated by the Bulldogs as they rang up two scores. Darnell, racing around the Tlger left end for 28 yards to score standlng up, provided the second touchdown. The thlrd touchdown was made by alert Bulldog guard, Ramlro Ramos, who re- covered Stumbauglfs fumbe ln the Sterllng end zone. 0'Connor converted and the half ended 19-6. In the thlrd quarter Stumbaugh plowed 13 yards throu h center and scored standing up. 0'Connor con- vertett maklng the score 26-6. The fourth quarter was played about even, with the entlre Alllance squad of 37 getting a chance to ex- hlblt their grld powers and to gala experience under tlre for coming seasons. The Tlgers were larger and rangler than the Al- llance eleven, but the Bulldogs, led by such stalwarts as Jack Weldenhamer, Dean Johnson, and Bob Stephens, ogened holes wlth such feroclty that the fleet backs were a le to make a ground gala total of 337 yards to Ster- llng's 51. Stumhaugh, junlor halfhack, exhlblted outstanding olfenslve play. Co-Captains for the game were Don Porter and Dean Johnson. ALLIANCE WINS CONFERENCE FRAY The Alliance Bulldogs, showlng superlor strength and headwork, humbled McCook, defending State Champ- lons, by trampling them 39-6 ln a steady raln. The Bulldogs took early control when Zurn re- covered a Bison fumble on the second play of the game. A slx-yard pass, Darnell to Wayne Stephens, placed the ball on the 16-yard llne. and Mandelberg powered over on a llne buck, making the score 6-0. A second touchdown came a few mlnutes later when Darnell crashed over from the 2-yard llne. O'Con- nor converted, making lt 13-0. Mandelberg slashed through tackled from the 9- yard llne to score the thlrd Bulldog touchdown. The con- version falled and the half ended 19-0. The thlrd quarter found both teams cold and llttle was accomplished by elther squad. The fourth quarter was all Alllance. Shellenberger. on the thlrd play, scooted around end for 18 yards and the fourth touchdown, Coach Zlkmund then sent ln all reserves. McCook made thelr only score ln thls period after a series of short end runs and passes. Bill Nelson intercepted a McCook pass and ran lt hack 25 yards to the 18-yard llne. Mackey, sophomore halfback, broke through center, bounced ol! three McCook tacklers and scored standing up. 0'Connor converted and made the score 32-6. ln the flnal minutes. of the game Mackey fielded a Bison punt on the Bulldog 32-yard llne. faked a reverse to Stumbaugh, who carried out the fake beautifull , and cut across the Held. Blll Nelson mowed down a hIcCook tackler and Pllklngton put a perfect block on the Blson safety as Mackey rambled 68 yards for the tally. CtrCaptalns for the game were Blll Brown and hank O'Connor. 5 HEEHLINE ,Junior Qusrrerlvovk. 135 lla. I SIIELLENBERGFLR Junior llalllmr-lr, ll? lbs. Nlill. STl.fMBAt'l:H Junior Halfbofli, l55 FHED MACKET' Sophomore A lhlfhsck. A L MS lba Louis Mandelberg provides interference for Don Coupens on an end sweep as the Bulldogs bow to Scottsbluff in Armistice Day game. ALLIANCE GROUNDS KEARNEY Exploding for two touchdowns in the first live minutes of the game and converting once, the Alliance Bulldogs beat a stubborn Kearney eleven, 13-7. Six ground plays after the kickoff, the Bulldogs were on Kearney's one-foot line with a first down. Dar- nell, hitting the line on a quarterback sneak, went over 'for the score. U'Connor converted. Kearney received the kickoff, but on the first play fumbled, with center Worden of Alliance recovering on the Kearney 38-yard line. A 25-yard pass, Darnell to ?iVayne Stephens, netted the Bulldogs their second touch- own. The rest of the quarter was all Alliance, but the Bulldogs, hampered with untimely penalties, couldn't score. The second quarter was bitterly fought. Kearney started their aerial attack, but alert pass defense by the Alliance backs staved ol! potential scores. Mackey, midway in the period, intercepted a Bear- cat pass and ran it back 30 yards to the Kearney 20 but a cllpplng penalty nullified the gain. A few moments later, Darnell, Bulldog quarter- back, astounded the crowd with a 60-yard TD gallop around left end. However, the play was called back and it was ruled that he had stepped out of bounds on the 20. Kearney, in the third period, marched 65 yards for their only score, with Al Weigand going 0V91' from the four and also converting, making lt 13-7. Darnell injuring his hlp on the 60-yard run, slowed down the Alliance offense and prevented further possible scores. The Bulldog defense clicked better than ever and stopped the vaunted passing attacks of the Weigands. Co-Captains were Marvin Boyer and Donald Zurn. ARMISTICE F INALE, 12-6 Closing the season with the traditional Armlstlce day classic, a hard-fighting Bulldog eleven was edged by the Scottsbluff Bearcats, 12-6, The Bulldogs received the kickod but lost the ball on downs and the Bearcats took over on their own 46- vard stripe. Un the second play, a wide hole was opened ln the Blue and Whlte forward wall and Simi. the speedy left hnlfback, darted through the opening and ran 55 yards for a touchdown. The shock of the quick touchdown awakened the Bulldogs and they drove deep into Scottsblul! territory several times in the tlrst half. Thelr scoring blds were thwarted, however, with severe penalties and the drogplng of three passes in the end zone which ln all proba llty would have netted touchdowns. Late ln the thlrd period, the Bearcat running at- tack, alded by three penalties on Alliance, brought the plgskin to the Bulldog 14-yard llne. Sigp iplunged to the one-yard, llne on the opening play of t e nal quarter, but on the following down Man- delberg broke through the offense and threw the Bearcat runner tor a sixlyard loss. The following play brought the second touch own when Donohoe pitched I pass to Downey, who had sneaked into the end zone. V With less than a minute remaining ln the game, hlen Beerllne, junior quarterback, tossed a 25-yard ass to Boyer, who outran the Cherry and White secongary the remaining 40 yards for the lone Alliance tally. The conversion failed, and the game ended, 12-6. The play of Louis Mandelberg was brilliant. He played an aggressive game and was clearly one of the outstanding players ln the contest. The honorary Co-Captains for the season, Louis ilzandelberg and Jim Worden, captalned the Bnal encoun- r. W I!! E QE' QEES agp z EW ,,,,.. gggo 'lggg ZWSQ 92? 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Twice ln the rst half, Wyatt, Prep back, broke loose for two tallles once on a 69-yard sprint, and aga n on a 44-yard run. The Blue and White trailed 14-0 at the intermission. In the third period, Chsdron's Armstrong returned a pass ln- terceptlon for 38 yards and the third score. ln the tlna canto, Wyatt again sprang loose for 35 yards and the hnal touchdown. All attempts for extra points were successful: the count stood 28-0 at the end of the game. Although the Alliance squad was thoroughly ontclassed, the Reserves showed some promise, shining mainly on defense. The ma- jority of the starting lineup was playing their Drst game of football. HEMINGFORD TRIUMPHS Entertaining the Hemlngford Spudplckers, the Blue and White Reserves were shut out, 18-0, closing the season with two defeats and no victories. The victors penetrated thc Bullfxup defense on? once in the tlrst half, when a series of running p ays netted the rst tally. The half ended with the Spudplckers leading, 6-0. After being held scoreless durlng the third quarter. the heav Hemlngford team struck twice for touchdowns in the llnal perloi A blocked punt set up the second tally, with a line plunge success- ful for the six points. With about three minutes remaining in the game, the Red and White scored again, holding an 18-0 lead at the end of the tilt. Bright spot of the Alliance showing was during the llrst quarter when Gomez. sophomore hack, received a punt and raced down the side-lines for 00 yards before being hauled down hy an opposing player. This run placed the Bullpups on the Ilemingford 16-yard line, but the future Bulldogs lacked the offensive punch to score. 2 1 ,Sw f-'T BYRON NELSON Head Coach-Freshman and Jr. High 194 JR. HIGH FINDTBALL Q All 5 s 5 0 , , f . 1 1 W ..- g, ' wg as li., ,gp fi' A it -1. M... N- Bottom Row: deft to rightl Duryea, Moreno, Calhoun, Maxwell, Wilkins, Long, Sorensen, Hines, Brennan. Top Row: Meyers, Morris, Wright, Tolstedt, Patton, Rickard, Coach Nelson, Kuhns, Koh- ler, Hashman, Stephens. ,4- BA KETBAL 4 3 1 lQl"! lax"-W-". s v Q""""7 will fi Ms at ni Z5 ' lan- '1 f 4 C. J. KUBICEK Head Basketball Coach A Fl? M-ywa em- wg .,.,...- is Right: Coaches ponder while substitutes watch Bulldogs edge Chadron in hnale. Alliance Alllance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alllance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alliance Alllance Alliance 1947-1948 RECORD 22 ............................................ .. Brldgeport 25 18 ...... ...... Fr emont 37 25 ...... ..... N orfolk 45 40 ....., ........ 8 terllni 82 28 ...,. . ......... Mltclxel 43 25 ...... ..... S cottsblul! 49 35 ...... ...... .......... C ra wford 21 32 ....,. ............ ,... N o rth Platte 41 49 ...... .. .......,. ......... C happell 54 14 ...... ............. C urtla 22 54 ...... .. .,,..,.,., Mlnatare 31 36 ...... ...... B roken Bow 42 33 ...... ...,,.... K earnei 41 23 .,.... ........ M cCoo 28 29 ...... ...... C hadron 28 RESERVE RECORD Res. 43 ...................... . ..... Bridgeport Res. 21 Rea. 21 ................................ Sterling Res. 80 Res. 23 ....... .... . . Mltche Rea. B7 Res. 26 ...... ...... S cottablul! Rea. 29 Res. 31 ....... .... C rawtord Rea. 11 Res. 26 ....... ...... C hapiaell Res. 38 Res. 33 ...... ........ M u len Res. 28 Res. 41 ...... ..... M lnatare Res. 20 Res. 24 ...... ............., H emlngford 40 Rea. 25 ...... ...... S cottsblu!! Res. 85 Res. 24 ...... ................. I-I yannls 35 Rea. 41 ...... Chadron Rea. 16 Left: Coach Kubicek wishes team luck before Crawford tilt. They are: treading clockwise, starting with the coachlx Coach Kubicek, Nelson, Giles, Boyer, Mandelberg, and Dar- nell. --.,.., W . , .sg1,:',f' -Q, rf E t , N " .. ffl R 5? ' 753' 1 .... Q 'ef Us 453: . V fn 5 C ff , ..... ? 15. f Q ,parm N : - . .,.. , M ' ' If " Q, . ', .-'Q 0 V. 2,433 -- f---- W - , A ,. ...Q l - - . ' ' Y Q. f BILL DARNELL LOUIE MANDELBERG MARVIN BOYER Senior Guard Senior Forward Senior Guard ALLIANCE vs. BRIDGEPORT Openlng the season against Brldgefort, the Bull- dogs lost an excltlng game ln the last ew minutes of D BY- The hrst uve for the game were: forwards-Ham delberg and Gllesg guards-Boyer and Darnell: and center-Zurn. Coach Kublcek swept the bench tn an attempt to llnd the best combination for the Brat llve. Bridgeport, hot on long shots, was ahead in all but the llrst quarter when t e Blue and Whlte led 8-7. Other period scores were: second, 17-12g third, 21-183 and the Ilnal score was 25-22. Giles was hlgh polnt man wlth tlve points. ALLIANCE vs. FREMONT The Alliance crew lost to an alert Fremont squad, 87-28, in the ilrst game of a twofgame trlp. Fremont started out fast wlth a 20-7 lead at the half. With an exception of a few side shots the vic- tors made their scores on set-ups and free throws. The Tigers' defense was tight and etective as it limited the Alllance cagesters to a very few points. The hlgh polnt men of the game were Rump of Fremont wlth thirteen points an Giles, Alllance for- ward, wlth slx points. ALLIANCE vs. NORFOLK ln a Saturday game, the Blue and White qulntet were up against a strong, fast Norfolk team, which rolled to a 45-25 victory. That flve banked on the long buckets that they so easily put ln from either corner. The only time Al- llance seemed to show any chance was ln the llrst per- lod when both teams were held by a 8-3 deadlock. However, the Panthers soon broke loose and started their march to victory. Blackeman, Panther guard, and Costello, forward, gave the Bulldogs plenty of trouble wlth eleven and ten points respectively. Giles, A.H.S. forward, con- tributed nine points to the Alliance total. ALLIANCE vs. STERLING The Bulldogs chalked up their tlrst wln over the Sterling Tigers in a fast tilt on the victor's court. Though Alliance was ahead most of the way, they were threatened several times by Sklnner's long shots and defensive play. Both teams were looklng for their llrst win and fought hard. The Bulldogs led ln all but the nrst quarter when the Tigers were ahead 12-11. The other quarter scores were: second, 24-15: third, 32-25: and the llnal score, Alllance 40, Sterling 32. High-polnt man for Alliance was Nelson who had tlve Held goals and two free throws. Y Giles scores free throw as Bulldogs bow to Nelson connects on one-hander in victory over Bridgeport. Sterling Tigers. BILL GILES BILL NELSON DEAN KUHNS Sophomore Forward Junior Center Senior Forward ALLIANCE vs. MITCHELL A speedy Mltchell crew sank the vislnng Bulldog's hopes for a second wln by scuttllng them, 3-28. The Tlger Ove was threatened several times In the tlrst and last quarters, but never too seriously. In a close first quarter, Mitchell barely came out with an 8-6 lead, then started rolllng. The oslng team tralled 12-20 and 22-29, at the other quarter markers. The high plolnt men for the game were, for Alli- ance, Glles wlt ten points and for Mitchell, Ledlng- ham, wlth twenty-three polnts. ALLIANCE vs. SCOTTSBLUFF Starting their B15 Ten chores, Alllance lost a fast game to the Scottsblu Bearcats on the local court. Though they were on the loslng end, the Bulldogs were the rat to score, leading the vlsltors for several minutes. After the flrst quarter, it was deflnltely Scotts- bluff. High polnt men for the 'Cats were Prince and Abernathy with thirteen points each. The Bulldogs' hlgh scorer was Boyer with slx points. The Blue and White trailed through all the guar- ters, 11-5, 23-10, 35-20, and the flnal score of 49- 5. ALLIANCE vs. CRAWFORD Back into the win column went the Alliance Bull- gggslby dropping a speedy Crawford tlve by a score of The Blue and White, behind only once ln the en- tlre four quarters, showed great promise and ablllty. Coach Kublcek's crew held 41 comfortable 13-10 lead at the half, and then came back to strenglthen 'lt with a 29-14 third-quarter margin. The hig point man for the locals was Nelson who had seven points. ALLIANCE vs. NORTH PLATTE In the second Blg Ten conference tilt, the Bull- dogs were downed. -ll-32. Alliance, scorlng eonsl tent- ly, pulled away from North Platte and was ln the lead 14-10 at the first period marker. After this fast quarter, the Bulldogs of North Platte settled down and led the rest of the way. Though the Alllnnce crew put a runner on Mar- tlnex, 'Platter ace forward, he stlll was able to score consistently, nettlng thirteen polnts to match Nelson's thirteen. CAIN .Y as mal ...- Rye' adds two pohif. in Ste,-um 11-mu, In Blue and White's Brat win, Boyer sinks gift shot. i s p.1. ,fu 'Tlx NEIL STUMBAUGH Kuhns arches a long shot as Bulldog five downs Junior Guard ALLIANCE vs. CURTIS Curtis Aggies defeated a cold Alliance quintet 22-14 on the local court. Although the Aggie defense was extremely dllfl- cult toogenetrate, the Bulldogs failed to score at sev- eral go opportunities. They could make only live free throws in the entire first half, scoring the Hrst Held goal in the third period. A total of three buckets and eight free shots was scored in the entire game. Giles was high-point man with s palr of free throws and a Held goal. ALLIANCE vs. CHAPPELL Alliance Bulldogs chalked up a total of forts-ulne points, but lost to a high-scoring Chappell out t, by a dve-point margin. The Bulaloes led throughout the entire game with 14-8, 33-24, and 41-35 quarter scores. The Alliance team outscored the winners in the tlnal period, 14-13. Glles made ten tleld goals and aupalr of free shots to cop scoring honors for Alliance. aude berg trailed with twelve markers. Crawfford. ALLIANCE vs. BROKEN BOW Coach Kublcek's squad met another defeat at the ggnds of the Broken Bow Indians, to the tune of 42- The Indians led by a narrow margln of 12-11 at the eud of the first quarter, only to lose the lead to trall by 17-19 at the half. Both teams scored frequent- ly after the half, and deadlocked, 30-30, before going into the final cauto. Broken Bow netted twelve mark- ers while holding the Bulldogs to slx to hold the ad- vantage as the tlnal buzzer sounded. Giles paced Alliance with eleven points. ALLIANCE vs. MINATARE A weak Mlnatare cage squad provided the third victory for the Blue and White, who won by a 54-31 margin. The visiting Bulldogs held the advantage from the very beginning, boasting a first-gilarter lead of 14-6 and a 23-13 margin at the half. lnatare was behind 21-38 at the thlrd-quarter mark. Glles again captured scoring laurels with seven teen points. Coupens had thirteen. Boyer attempts set-up as cagers fall to a fast Mandelberg chalks up a free throw as Bulldogs Scottsbluff tive. overpower Crawford Rams. Right: Coupens gets a free throw in Big Ten battle with McCook. ALLIANCE vs. MCCOOK Dro plng thelr fourth Western Blg Ten contest, thc Bullsogs were edged, 28-23, by a fast McCook tive. The Bison defense llmlted the Blue and White to a hrace of free throws ln the opening pcrlod, whlle McCook collected several markers to lead 11-2. The second quarter found the Bulldogs outscorlng the vlsl- tors 5-3, but stlll trailing 14-'I at the intermission. Golng lnto the tlnal phase of the tllt, the Bisons boasted a 22-11 lead. whlch enabled them to hold the advantage as the game ended. although the Alllance crew scored twelve polnts ln the quarter whlle the wlnners could chalk up only slx markers. Darnell, guard. and Nelson, center, scored seven and slx polnts, respectlvely, for Alliance. ALLIANCE vs. CHADRON Alllance cagers salvaged something from the 1947- 48 season hy edging Clladron, 29-28, ln the llnale play- ed on thelr home court. lllttlng the hoop for several polnts ln the llrst few minutes, the local team held the Cardinals at bay wlth an 11-7 lead at the quarter. They then strength- ened their advantage, 15-9 at the half. In a hard-fought perlod, the Chadron qnlntet nar- rowed the gap to trall 23-29 going lnto the linal canto, then countered to lead 24-2.. llowever. the Bulldogs agaln grabbed the lead and staved ol! the Cards untll the flnal buzzer. This fracas was the most excltlng of the season, and ended the season with a record of four wlns and twelve losses. Left: Mackey battles for possession of ball as McCook wins, 28-23. ALLIANCE vs. KEARNEY The Bulldogs lost their third Western Blg Ten encounter to a potent Kearney qulntet, 41-33. . Alliance matched the Bearcats point-for-point dur- lng the majority of the fgxenlng ha f, tralllng 6-9 and 19-21 at the end of the rst two periods. Displaying a second-half rally, the vlsltors chalked up thirteen more lpolnts to hold a 34-28 advantage going into the llna quarter. The Kearney tlve marked up enough points to en- ahle them to hold their lead dur ng the fourth quarter. Nelson, center, scored ten polnts for the Bulldogs. ALLIANCE vs. SCOTFSBLUFF The Blue and Whlte cagers dropgcd a non-confer- ence fracas to the potent Scottsblu Bearcats hy a 56-25 count, The powerful hosts were never serlouslf threat- ened by Alllance as they forged ahead to ho d a 13-8 advantage at the quarter, and leading, 26-11 at the half. The Bearcats continued thelr scorlng spree In the second half to lead 44-15 golng into the llnal period. Giles and Nelson paced the Bulldogs wlth thlrteen and eight points, respectively. Bulldogs attempt to halt Chadron player from scoring set-up. Nelson adds two points in narrow victory over Chadron in Bnale. Ui G. FV W :J F9 O o D2 Q :r 9? sr 3 c :s 9' U1 PF Q Q. fb :J .-. 3 an 5 or cm m -4 3' P4 SD S FD fb 9. CU ru "1 -1 14 N C IN O S IJ D9 "1 0 ED O fc FD I1 O O C 'c 0 : sf' N :J Q. Z 93 Q Q. 0 .. c' FD "1 'F U1 rv- C 3 cr 71 Q :r IJ In S' ra O E O 0 F 3 Q: ra W' rn Z4 Z 2 U2 o F U na 5 fi 3... Q C- rw Sf' 3 .... Q. Do 5 '11 OW -gv 'sa.1KV 'mon 'QSJEW UH ueqo 'UE 'TIEIS penbs 191.110 UI slaquxa 1ou .- rn 2-'U o -' il 1947-48 FRESHMAN SQUAD-Bob tom Row: ileft to right? Rehder, Soto, Fredericks, Finch, Seifert, Payne. Middle Row: Stull, Hatley, 34 33 Coach Zikmund, Glau, Ward. Top Row: Driml, Annable, Watson, Brown. -, N .,, hnY2,,, B 5 " 4, '-1-K .V is nv-- 4 i t r ws , . . 1947-48 JR. HIGH BASKETBALL SQUAD-Front Row: fleft to rightl Myer, Kuhns, Sorenson, Beckenbaugh, Meyers, Patton, Rickard, Kohler. Second Row: Duryea, Ander- son, Coupens, Brennan, Cornette, Haught, Morris, Hines, Stephens, Moreno, Coach Nelson. Third Row: Brost, Johnson, O'Brian, Bartells, Ayers, Bruce, Burton, Jacobs. Fourth Row: Long, Henderson, Tolstedt, Perez, Hashman, Wright, Johnson. This group was unde- feated in scheduled competition, winning over Bayard twice, Scottsbluff twice, Mitchell twice, Bridgeport twice, and Hemingford twice. However, the Jr. High squad lost to the freshman cagers and to Torrington, Wyoming, by four points in the semi-finals of the Scottsbluff tournament. TRACK 194 Track Campaign Defending four championship laurels won in 1946 track competition-the Big Ten Conference, the Scottsbluff Relays, W.N.A.A. Conference, and the Chadron Invitational meet-fourteen lettermen reported to Coaches Binfield and Kubicek. The lettermen were: seniors-Bruce Graham, Bill Hein, Tom Johnson, Harold Ros- lius, Dick Samuels, Keith Tolstedt, and Alvin Wilkins: juniors-Marvin Boyer, Bill Brown, Louis Mandelberg, Wilburn Timblin, and Donald Zurn: sophomores-Donald Coupens. Of these four crowns the tracksters, in the face of strong competition, were able to retain the Scottsbluff Relays title. The thinclads placed strong seconds in the Chadron Invitational and the W.N.A.A., and fourth in the Big Ten. In the finale of the track season the Bulldogs placed fifth in Class A competition in the State Meet, held at Lincoln, follow- ing McCook, Scottsbluff, Lincoln Northeast, and Boys Town, in that order. TRACK R0 TER MARVIN BOYER 120-yd. high hurdles-3rd, W.N.A.A. meet. Hllgh jump-tie for 4th, State Qualifying meet. BILL BROWN 220-yd. dash-4th, Chadron Invitational. DON COUPENS Pole Vault 3rd, Dual meet: 4th, Scottsblud Re- lays: tie for 2nd, Chadron Invitational: 2nd, W.N.A.A. meet: tie for 4th, State Qualifying meet: tie for 4th, Big Ten meet. High jump-tie for 3rd, Big Ten meet. Broad jump-4th, Chadron Invitational. BRUCE GRAHAM 100-yd. dash-lst, Dual meet: lat, Chadron In- vitational: 2nd, State Qualifying meet: 1st, W. N.A.A. meet. 100-yd. low hurdles-lst, Dual Meet. 200-yd. low hurdles-lst, Dual meet: lst Chad- ron Invitational: 1st, State Qualifying meet: lst, W.N.A.A. meet. BILL HEIN 100-yd. dash-2nd Dual meet' 2nd, Chadron Invitational: 3rd, W.N.A.A.: 2nd, State Qualify- ing meet ' 5th, Big Ten. 440-ya. dm.-m, nun meet: ana, sure Qum- fying meet: 4th Big Ten: 3rd, W.N.A.A. 'IOM JOHNSON 440-yd. dash-8rd, Dual meet: 4th, State Quali- fying meet. 60 d h h hurdles-3rd, Dual meet. ' 12 -yd. h h hurdles-lat, Chadron Invitational: 2nd, W.N.A.A. meet: 4th, State Qualifying meet: tie for 4th, Big Ten. JACK xnansm if ' 'ig JOHN LEON Mile-lat, Dual meet: 2nd Chadron Invitational: 3rd, W.N.A.A. meet: 2nd, State Qualifying meet: 8rd, Big Ten. JAMES MEYERS High jump-2rd, Dual meet: tie for 2nd, Chadron Invitational. HAROLD ROSELIUS 880-yd. run-3rd, Dual meet: 5th, State Qualify- 'lng meet: 5th, Big Ten. DICK SAMUELS 60-yd. high hurdles-2nd, Dual meet. 120-yd. high hurdles-4th, Chadron Invitational. Pole vault-2nd, Dual meet: 4th, Chadron Invi- tational: tie for 3rd, W.N.A.A. meet: tie for 4th, State Qualifying meet: tie for 4th. Big Ten. IIUBERT SHELLENBERGER 220-yd. dash-3rd, Dual meet: 3rd, Chadron In- yiltational: 4th, State Qualifying meet: 4th. Big en. 100-yd. dash-3rd, W.N.A.A. meet. WI LBU RN TIM BLI N Mile-2nd, Dual meet. KEITH TOLSTEDT 880-yd. run-2nd, Dual meet: 2nd. Chadron lnvl- tational: 4th, State Qualifying meet. ALVIN WILKINS 100-yd. low hurdles-2nd. Dual meet. 220-yd. daah-lst. Dual meet. 200-yd. low hurdles-4th, Chadron Invitational: 2nd, State Qualifying me-et: 2nd. Rig Tr-n: 2nd, State meet: 2nd, W.N.A.A. DONALD ZURN Discus-2nd, Dual meet: 4th, Scottsbluff In-lays: 3rd. Chadron Invltatlonal: 2nd. State Qualifying meet: 5th, Big Ten. 440'yd. RELAY TEAM tBrown, Shellenberger, Graham, Wllklnal. Int, Scottsbluff Relays. 880-yd. RELAY TEAM fBrown, Shellenberger, Graham. Wllklnsm. lat, Dual meet: lst. Scottsbluff Relays: lst. 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Student Director ....... OUT OF THE Three young men and three young women are sharing an apartment. They are would-be stage folk and they have been driven to this community scheme by the lack of economic se- curity. It is a whacky plan they have in mind, for the apartment they rent is immediately above that of a Broadway producer who has quite a hit running and is about to cast a road company. They rehearse the play which he is currently producing, but the problem is-how to get him upstairs to see it? Further complica- tions arise when a snippy young friend of one of the girls enters the picture and threatens to tell the girl's father that she is living in what Myers ,.........Char1es Brennan .......,..........Betty Mart ........Bruce Cooper Berg ..........Margie Krause .............A1oha Jensen .......LaVona Butcher .......John Frieberger Worden ........Jack Dalton ........Jack Krause .......Miss Quigley .............Bob Ale FRYING PAN could most politely be called an unusual man- ner. It so happens that the producer is an ama- teur chef of some considerable ability, and right in the middle of a culinary concoction he runs out of flour, and guess what-he runs upstairs to borrow some. At last! The kids have him in the house, and they aren't going to let him out until he sees some evidence of their ability. To impress him they stage a murder scene, so rea- listically that police swarm into the scene and the situation becomes hilarious when it is dis- covered the girl who is playing the corpse has been slipped a Mickey Finn. However, in spite of everything, the landlady gets her rent, and things turn out all right. Junior Class Pla oi 1947 CAST Judy Foster ...,.... .....,...........,.......A., ......... D e lma Jensen Oogie Pringle ,,.,. ...Bob Chleborad Mr. Foster ..,.,,..,..... .,.......... G len Hanne Mrs. Foster ,........,,,.,.. ..,....,., S ybil Dentler Randolph Foster ...,.., Mitzie ............. - ........,. Barbara .,,,.,.. ,...... Mrs. Hotchkiss .,.... Eloise Hotchkiss ..,..., Martindale ..,....,..... Rex O'Connor ..,,.,...,i Susie O'Connor ...,........ Mrs. Shultzhammer ..... Hanna ....,...........,............ Announcer .............. Director ..............,..,.... Student Director .... ,.,,.....Chet Newman ..,...,.Elaine Fowler .......Col1een Boyer ,.........Bonnie Duryea ,......,Ruth Helen Yon .............Howard Berg ....,...Neil Sturnbaugh .,,...,....Dorothy Hawley ,,................,.Thelma Erny ..,.,,,.,Kathryn Broghamer ......,,...,.......Glen Beerline Quigley .....,....Howard Berg A DATE WITH JUDY Judy's club was sponsoring a dance and the girl who got the most subscriptions to the Com- munity Fund was to be crowned queen of the dance and was to be allowed to lead the grand march. Early in the play Judy discovered that Tootsie Whiteman had a five-hundred-dollar contribution and Judy was determined to get ahead of her. She had many money-making ideas including one in which she entered her father in a contest for the most kissable lips in America. Mr. Foster was not very patient with Judy when he became the victim of her "get rich quick" schemes. Mrs. Foster became the peacemaker of the family, convinces Mr. Foster it was merely a harmless incident in the rear- ing of a teen-ager, though, she nearly changed her mind when she was accused of being a biga- mist by her friend Mrs. Shultzhammer. Ran- dolph, Judy's younger brother, continually got the best of Judy, and nearly everyone else, with his shrewd remarks. Rex O'Connor, a handsome boy of eighteen, swept Judy off her feet, but broke her heart when he asked her to come to his wedding as a witness. Rex's little sister, Susie, is the only one who can handle Randolph with even minor success. Mrs. Hotchkiss, the wash woman, and her daughter Eloise add much humor to their story as the result of the many attempts to get Eloise into the movies or on the stage through the Broadway producer, Mr. Mar- tindale. .Q 'f , Q 3 . Q .r . ,Y , ,wwx if my-N.- an "" 1 I an-M.. bmbnw , Mix: if X .. wiv l" www-new vw Vocal Music .IUIIN IPIIIEIKEIQWQICII I'renido-nt JICSSIE LEA MVRRAY Vice-l'reslds-nt IHLI, GILICS S4-crt-tn ry The vocal music department, under the direction of Richard B. Eichenberg- er, has made steady progress during the year in its effort to win the whole- hearted support of the students and townspeople. The A Cappella Choir was enlarged to almost eighty voices, a beginning A Cappella Choir of forty voices was formed, a Madrigal group was organized, and a forty-voice Girls' Clee Club took its place in the vocal music program. The first appearance of the A Cap- pella Choir took place at the Teachers' Convention when the choir presented a fifteen-minute program for the opening session October 23. On November 20, five members of the choir were sent as Alliancc's representatives to the State Music Clinic at Kearney, where they sang in the Clinic Choir under the di- rection of Mr. Maynard Klein of Tu- lane University. Both the A Cappella Choir and the Cirls' Clee Club took part in the Christmas Program December 16. The highlights of the year were the Choir Vesper Concert and the Choir Clinic. On March 14-, a Vesper Con- cert was presented featuring the A Cap- pella Choir, the Girls' Glee Club and the Madrigal Singers. For .the vocal music department of Alliance High School, this year has definitely been a year of growth and a year of which the director and the stu- dents can well be proud. M R. 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Phyllis Killian, Helen Anderson, Alta Brock, Lois Mary Lawrence, Jessie Lea Murray, Darlene Mayfield, Kathleen Corp, Mary Huber, Doris Reed, Donna Steil. Second Row: Georgia Zaliares, Theola Fitch, Laoma Wiltsey, Phyllis Douglas, Catherine Tschudin, Frances Kuncl, Ann Woodham, Kay Cover, Jodell McMahon, Elna Jensen, Agnes Lauer. Third Row: LaFae Powers, Mary Jane Christensen, Janet Jones, Barbara Haught, Barbara Baker, Yvonne Garrett, Dorothy Hawley, Joan Connell, Joyce Minnick, Addie Lou Rochlitz, Helen Timblin, Patsy Broad. Fourth Row: Elaine Johnson, June Pratt, Donna McMann, Betty Mart, Velma Teel, Delma Jensen, Basha Briley, Peggy Titus, Martha Boyer, Kathryn Schadwinkel, Shirley Hines, Patsy PeCoy, Louise Osborn. GIRLS' OCTET-First Row: tleft to right? Theola Fitch, Donna Steil, Lois Mary Law- rence, Jessie Lea Murray. Second Row: Colleen Boyer, Marjorie MacGirvin, Martha Boyer, Patsy PeCoy, Catherine Tschudin. i g 1 X471 . ,- all g . ,. ...X Q Band LULU JANE CHUCK BRENNAN MR. SELL FERN WEINELL PETERSON Band Captain Director Lieutenant Lieutenant JUNE CRAWFORD Lieutenant CHET NEWMAN One of our most important activities in Alliance High School is our high school band. This band is composed of fifty-two members varying from the eighth grade through the twelfth. Membership is gained by the completion of an exam which is composed of thirteen parts. The band really shows its school spirit by providing good, snappy music at all our ball games and rallies. It displays intricate maneuvers during the half at every home football game, and the twirlers show their skill at our basketball games. The band not only performs at ball games, but also provides music for Flag Day, Easter, Memorial Day, the 'Christmas Holidays, and the Rodeo. From the band come many soloists and small groups. These young artists perform before the public through social groups, or- ganizations, churches, and our own assemblies. These are only a few of the many activ- ities of the band. 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In the center of the dance door there was a large, gayly colored Mexlcan aomhrero. The walls were decorated with drawings of Mexican scenes, bulls, and sombreros. Along the floorhoards were many cactl, conveying the idea of a desert. A Mexlcan tru t stand decorat the south wall. Near the stage was a small stand where punch was served. At the prom, as well as at the banquet, the serv- lng was done hy groups of sophomores, w o were gayly dressed in typical Mexican stylv-bright sashes, large somhreros, and scarfs. Music for dancing was furnished by Verne Wllson and hls orchestra from Grand Island. The main event of the evenlng was the presenta- tlon of Phyllis Hoppes as the 194647 Prom Queen. Phyllis, who was president of Y-Teens, a student coun- cil representative, and a member of Pep Club, was presented a bouquet of red roses and an engraved lock- et by Bill Morrow. At 10 100 p.m. the presentation was made, at which time Phvllls came down to the micro- phone from the stage, after walking through the large map of Mexico. Durlng the presentation many balloons descended from the ceiling, falllng on the couples be- low. Following this event was the grand march, which was led by Phyllis Hoppes and Blll Morrow. Z SENIIIR SNEAK DAY 1947 A group of eighty-tive sleepy-eyed seniors rose at the early hour of 6:00 a.m. on Monday, May 26, to spend their sneak day in Hot Springs, South Dakota. Before leaving for the trip, the seniors decorated the halls of the high school with crepe paper streamers, bows, and signs. A cara- van of about nineteen cars was made up to take them to their destination. Upon arriving at Hot Springs, the meeting place was Evans Plunge, where many seniors went for a dip while the others participated as onlookers. At noon they ate lunch at the Hot Springs picnic grounds, after which they split up to do as they wished. Some spent their time horse- back riding, while others explored Wind Cave. After a well-spent day, the tired but happy seniors started back to Alliance at seven o'clock. 1, Xfv-'ig' 'Q A A S '22, 1 A ,K qv 5- A411 yr Flvtuqm Q-1 nity., af Rmb i i 5 ll 'n.,P" F F uh v ' -uv ,fly 'J' "' ' shawl? YN ldl Q .NNW 4 ,W ,F 155 www ww- ' vvilikvdwq-'NU' . N if mx, 35529 ,vw WW 4,4,Q, P My P W M N ww-RWM ' Q ' as-'fm "V ' V ' ,,W.h.1,..,,..,":,, M 2 in MW, iw 'lxwm "'1f"'1,,, wx Wihunwmum-g,.'mw. g,'xw.-N f mm M'Nwm,.n,,,Wt 'X if A. ,W 1 wW fw Wa:-1 Q X f X X www -ww - awww Mr... , mf"""""""+g A. 41 x k ,N yj f 'wg-viw My ' , V x . . 9 twgfzflltqgyii' ,M - A-2- M 1 f Q Sifvhaws Q., ,- -Jars-eq :bi , fs-1' 'A Ja- :' -M fglf ' -1u N....,,....., .. ., .- 0 Betty Hroich Myrnf XO'1iQy ,X . - rw., . 1 nw q '1 A - y: 1 1, H , sf tg ,ln ll' :iii E+.. iw. 1 "twig TT' vw 'P 2,3-I7 ,1.:, Y-.. B.. . ng. .F .,, A L. 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George Brown Motors ' Smith Chevrolet Co. Cover-Jones Motor Co. Trabert Motor Service Robertson Motor Co. Proper Pontiac Motor da Service Station AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT L. Mandelberg J: Sons Stlckney's BAKERIES Dee Lite Bakery BANKS Alliance National Bank Guardian State Bank BARBER SHOPS 0. K. Barber Shop Courtesy Barber Shop BEAUTY SHOPS Western Beauty Shop BOTTLING COMPANIES Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. CLEANERS Alliance Cleaners Keep-U-Neat Cleaners Modern Cleaners CLINICS Copsey Clinic Slagle Cllnlc CLOTHING Famous Clothing House CONFECTIONERS Kandy Snap DAIRY PRODUCTS Alliance Creamery LeFave Dairy DENTISTS Dr. B. G. Bauman Drs. Godlng 8: Slxta Dr. L. G. Neff Dr. E. B. 0'Keefc Dr. W. B. Williams DEPARTMENT STORES L. B. Murphy Co. J. C. Penney Co. DRUGGISTS Hol.sten's Drugs da Jewelry Mllton's Self-Servlee Drugs Thiele Drug ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Kane Electric Co. 0. C. Adams 8a Son Electrical Appliances FIVE dz TEN CENT STORES Hested Stores Co. FLORISTS Alliance Floral Co. FURNITURE STORES Alliance Fumlture Co. Economy Furniture Store GASOLINE FILLING STATIONS George Brown Texaco Station Corner Service Station Hempel's Mobll Service Smlley's Servlce Station Templeton's Slnclalr Service GROCERY STORES Eighth Street Market I.G.A. Super Market Kasfner's Grocery Langmacher Marker Missouri Market Tenth Street Grocery Donovan's Grocery 8: Hatchery HARDWARE Newberry's Hardware Co. Gambles Bulldog Boo HOTELS Alliance Hotel da Cafe Drake Hotel INSURANCE AGENTS T. C. Gregory 0'Brlen 8: Brlttan JEWELERS Scoggln Jewelers Harry Thlele Jewelers LAUNDRIES Alliance Steam Laundry LOCKERS Ideal Frozen Food Locker Co. LUMBER Berman Lumber Co. J. H. Melville Lumber Co. Sack Lumber 8: Coal Co MEAT MARKETS Fourth Street Meat Market NEWSPAPERS Alliance Times-Herald NEWS DEALERS Brown's News Stand OPTOMETRISTS Dr. B. G. Bauman OSTEOPATH PHYSICIANS Dr. F. J. Peterson PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Neuswanger Petroleum Products E. Stockham Oil dz Implement Co. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS Lambert's Music Co. PHYSICIANS do SURGEONS Drs. Broz 8: Seng Dr. G. J. Hand RADIO SERVICE Lew Wallaston Radio Sz Sound Service RESTAURANTS Dillon's Cafe Manhattan Cafe Rex Hamburger Shop East Third Street Cafe SERUM 0. M. Franklin Serum Co. SEWING MACHINES Wood's Sewing Machine Shop SHOES F 8: M Bootery Sullivan Shoe Store SHOE REPAIR New Method Shoe Shop STUDIOS Worley Studio ter TEA ROOMS Orange Tea Room THEATRES Alliance da Rialto Theatres TRUCKING Arrow Freight Line TYPEWRITERS Nebraska Typewriter In Equipment Co. WALLPAPER Tumer Wallpaper 8: Paint Co. WOMEN'S APPAREL Ale's Feminine Fashlom Rhoad's SuIllvan's Style Shop fuwfs N X 'e If SBWWL N n BX W XX X gp W' Vw M W by Q8 x X x o? XX X l i Z, ' 1 1, flue, y A, g ,7,QH, j , 4V Q ' f f Eff' '?f1"Zq 7AVf!?jZ'f'f JLJVX 3" 51, rWffg1j7Yfv,fQ Xf m f, .vgtfj max- rr, N ,, ne- ,w Q 1, v f-:Q , , ....L,a. "M gre, Af ,W iilifi ' . A, frlam aw ilsii- fl' Lf? ,M ,Q . 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