Alliance High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Alliance, NE)
- Class of 1953
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We wxsh to honor Vaughn Blshop
our sponsor and Prmoxpal by
dedxcatmg thxs Annual of 1953
Ashby Board Of Educatmn
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Nlebr lrut1a1 Secondary
Bachelor of Scxence Degree
Umv of Mame 1950
Master of Arts Degree
UHIV of Nebr 1950
Bachelor of SCICHCE
Degree Chadron State
HILLENA ILKINS Elementary
Prxmary INebr h.lementaryL1fe
Jumor Flementary Certlfxcate Cremghtorx
Certxflcate Unu Omaha
lNebr State Teachers' Chaclron State Teachers
College Kearney College
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ARTHUR DAVID DUBS
GLENN DAVID KE RRIGAN
ROBERT EARL JA MISON
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A nnual Staff
Clas s Pr ophe cy
In the year of 2003 I found that my year of good fortun had at last arnved
That fall I sold the sheep that I had been herd1ng for forty f1ve years I got a very good
prnre for them so I decxded to take a tr1p South for the av1nter My rheumat1sm had been
bothermg me anyway
Wh1le I was waxtmg 1n a l1ttle town 1n the hxlls of Alabama I saw an old man and h1s wlfe
commg to town wxth a strmg of about a dozen chlldren followxng them The fam1ly looked t1red
and they were all barefooted The old man seemed to be famlllar When the fam1ly passed
by I happened to recall who he was Sure enough lt was Bob Jarruson
After I left Alabama I went on to Flomda and went through the capltol bu1ld1ng I also
went to see the Governor's home The Governor 1nv1ted me 1n and wh1le we were v1s1t1ng
a charmlng woman walked 1n the room She was all decked out ln furs and the Governor
1ntroduced her to me as h1s w1.fe It suddenly dawned on me that the woman was Carol
Ferguson another of my old class mates
Then I headed West toward CalLforn1a As I was gomg through I saw a lot of good
cattle country and of course that attracted my attent1on I stopped a feav days to look lt
over I went out to a dude ranch to borrow a horse to rlde out mto the country on Wh1le I
was at the dude ranch I met an old lady who was all dressed up ln western clothes and also
boxmg gloves She started out w1th that old western talk as most dude ranchers do I asked
her what she had those box1ng gloves on for and she rephed that she had been out punchlng
was'7 Another class mate Prudy Pa1ge
That was enough for me so I started r1ght on towards CalLforn1a Whenl arrxved 1n
Hollywood I was much surpr1sed at the pretty homes there As I was dr1v1ng by on beautl
ful home I not1ced an old cowboy about seventy years old He rem1nded me of Hopalong
Cassldy of the olden days but thenl remembered that he had dxed a few gears back
thought the cowboy was Just one that I had seenun the n1ov1es But later I recalled thatl
hadn't seen any mov1es so I drove back that way to look h1m over aga1n Sure enough lt was
Glenn Kerr1gan an old student from Ashby H1gh We had qu1te a v1s1t and he showed me all
Whenl left Cahfornxa I headed for Nebraska I was runmng low on money so I thou htl
had better head for home Whlle I st1ll had some left
As I was drwmg through Utah I chscovered that I was on the wrong road because I h dn
seen anythmg but sagebrush and sand for many m1les A few m1les on I came to a school
house and stopped to f1nd out what road I was on The teacher of the school was a hardworked
women of about seventy years She was do1ng her best to make the k1ds behave She told me
that I was on the rxght road and that she had once l1ved 1n Nebraska Then I recogxzed her
It was Mabel Ferguson
Drwmg toward home I thought how good 1t had been to see them once a a1n after so many.
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cattle and had forgotten to take them off. Then I asked her name, and who do you think it
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c the Class of 1053 hax1ng come to the last hours in our r1ght ITl1IlllS
leave the follow1ng posses s1ons to the rema1n1ng llllgll School students that they
may enjoy them as we haxe
I Mabel Ferguson xull my ab1l1ty to add math problems cor 1 ectly to Bud
I Xrthuu Dubs W111 my ab1l1ty for argu1nL with the teacher s to Ann Hunter
I farol I- crguson bequeath my danc1ng ablhty to 'l om Carlson Treat lt w1th
respect Tom I rnay need lt back someday
I Robert Iamlson leaxe my hard old desk to Wayne Stevens Please remem
ber that I'xe spent four long years 1n that desk
I I rudy Pa1ge w1ll my roller skatlng ab1l1ty to Ann Hunter Be sure to keep
a good supply of Jeans on hand
I Arthur Dubs bequeath my eatmg ab111ty to Bud H1nton 1-le can use lt
I Mabel Ferguson W111 my ab1l1ty to thlnk up excuses to stay home from school
to Tom Carlson Please don't overwork thls one
I Robert Jarruson leav rny breath taklng drlvlng ab1l1ty to Tom Carlson
You're 1n for some th 1lls Tom
L Carol Ferguson w1ll my ty'p1ng ab1l1ty to Ann Hunter that she may type one
letter a.fter her ass1gnments each mornlng before the bell r1ngs
I Prudy Pa1ge bequeath my ab1l1ty to take up all the class t1me by asklne fool
xsh quest1ons to Bud Hmton
Arthur Dubs bequeaths all h1s 'good old text books ' to the Ashby I-hgh School
Good R1ddance' ' '
Mabel Ferguson wmlls her ab1l1ty to get a date by fa1r means or foul to Ann
Robert Jam1son leaves h1s grand old Math book to Bud I-Imton Have fun, Bud
and treat xt wrth respect
Carol Ferguson leaves all the h1story on her desk to Wayne Stevens Thls may
come 1n handy
Prudy Pa1ge w1lls her ab1l1ty to s1t 1n the Drugstore and eat salted peanuts
Wayne Stevens You'1l get a k1ck out of th1s one Wayne
Arthur Dubs w1lls h1s reputatxon of be1ng Ashby I-I1gh's greatest romeo to Tom
Carlson and h1s abxhty for herdmg all the k1dS to school to Wayne Stevens
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THUNT-1.3 GEYE CARLSON Secretafl'
presldert I just don't know what to
W hat's the hurry '7 ten ya.,
S ophomore Clas s H1StOTY
The Sophomore C lass met at Ashb Llxgh School tor the flrst tlrrw n
September 14351 The class cons1sted of Tom Carlson who had just moved
to Ashby from Allmnce Nebraska, and W wne Steven, from Dxstrlct No 2
Our 1n1t1at1on was not easy to endure W e prox uled mam, lau hs for the
upper classmen but came through It all ln pretty fan' shape
Our teachers for our freshman year were Nlrs lxhtzxnf, and Harry Taylor
who got us well started m hxgh school Our class offxcers m our Freshman year
were 'Mayne Stevens, Presldent and Tom farlson Secret y
A e partzcxpated m a three act play and m a one a t play and ull of the
athletxcs sponsored by the school
The Sophomore Class started out mn 1052 wrth the same students that were
m the r reshnnan Class Our teachers for 19:-2 53 were Mrs Klxtzmb and
Our class offlcers were Tom Carlson Pres1dent and Wayne Stevens,
A e have been 1n a threw. act play and haxe partxmpated IH all of the athletxcs
sponsored by the school
'Ve have gotten along very well th1s year and expect to do better next year
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F :re shman Clas s H1StOIY
Bud Hmton and Ann Hunter were 1n1t1ated lnto the Ashby H1 h School as
E reshmen on September 19 1952 The mght after the 1n1t1at1on, the bemors
held a party for us at the Ferguson Home After the party we were treated
to a mov1e at Hyanfus
The Freshmen are carrfxng, foar subjects W orld Hlstory, ED5l1Sl1
Ceneral Sc1ence and Algebra Our teachers are Mrs Khtzmg, and Nir Brshop
Bud 15 our Class Presrdent and Arm 15 the Secretary Treasurer Bud
entered hlgh school from the Ashby Grammar Room and Ann had prevlously
attended Crade School 1n Sherldan County
KN e have partrcrpated rn one school play and all of the other act1w1t1es of
BUD C HIINTON
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hen the basketball boys come to school the followlng mornlng after a. game
clolng Pep Club yells ue knox 1t's Just the results from a nlght at Halsey
onder what the 1nterest lS 1n 9-.lllance Bobq Wouldn't you frnd the tr1p rather
tmresome 1f1t wasn't for a certa1nl1ttle ladyo
hy 15 -ht always so anxrous to o to Senacx to dances 'P Could It be because lt
1S only thlrteen m1les on to Theclfordw
We can't dec1de whlch Mabel llkes best Bulcks Fords or Mercurys Whlch
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What IS lt that causes Carol to hurry to the Post Offxce so early every mornmg,
A couple of xmportan letters maybe
Tommy's whereabouts seems to be nobody's buslness but h1s own Anyway we
haven't found out anythmg on h1m yet Or could the mam attractwn be s1tt1ng
nght here 1n the schoolroorn maybe the g1rl Slttlng across the 2.15167
Bud seems to fmnd It more fun to tease Mrs Khtzmg, than to recxte Ln classes
More fun and less work 1sn't It Bud9
We wonder why Prudy has been count1ng the days u.nt11 sprung Is xt because of
the new Job she w1ll haveo
Wayne must be leadmg a secret lmfe as no one knows any-thxng lbtit lim.. The
attractlon must be elsewhere R1ght Wayne?
Why IS lt that Ann IS always so anx1ous for the week ends to arr1ve'7 Could xt be
because of a certam fellow who drxv s a certam black car nn her home town?
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Senior Glas s Hzlstory
Our class originated as Freshmen in September 1949 with Mr Frye and Mrs
Klitzing as instructors The class consisted of five members Robert Jamison
Mabel Ferguson and Carol Ferguson from Cherry County and Arthur Dubs and
Mary Sormenfelt from Grant County Mary attended school for two weeks then
the family moved to Alliance Our class officers were elected as follows
Arthur Dubs President Carol Ferguson Vice President and Mabel Ferguson
We survived the 1n1t1at1on bestowed on us by the Seniors and part1c1pated in all
of the ac1tv1t1es sponsored by the school
The follow1ng year as Sophomores Bob Art Mabel and Carol carried through
the year with no casua1t1es We were participants at County Day in Hyannis and
took part in the High School plays Our school organized a softball team and we
played games with Hyannis Whitman and Bingham Our teachers for the year
Adams who left after the first semester
During our Junior year our class increased from four to six members, when
Prudy Paige of Oshkosh and Glenn Kerrigan of Chehalis Washington Joined the
class We welcomed them into our school and continued the year with lots of fun
I might add that our teachers Mrs Klitzing and Mr Taylor also survived the
We are now the Senior Class of 1953 Our graduating class in May will consist
of Robert Jamison Arthur Dubs Prudy Palge ani Mabel and Carol Ferguson
Glenn received his diploma and left us at the end of the first semester
Our teachers are Mrs Klitzing and Mr Bishop We hope that they have
Joyed teaching our school as much as we have enjoyed them as in tructors
The main events of the year are Freshman Initiation, Our three act and one
act plays Basketball and Softball games, Commencement Baccalaureate and
Let us conclude by dedicatmg the history of our class to Ashby High School, so
that the class of '53 will never be forgotten
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were Mr. Adams and Mrs. Klitzing, with Mr. Taylor finishing the term for Mr.
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From the f1rst graduatmg exerc1ses of the f1rst school whenever and wherever they may
have taken place down to the present t1me and the class of 1953, the most unsahsfactory
and thankless part of the program has been the speech of farewell the valed1ctory Unsat1s
factory because regrets no matter how smcere are no guarantee of eloquence thankless
because there 1S so very l1ttle chance of or1g1nal1ty
You have no opportumty to d1st1ngu1sh yourself Everythmg has been sa1d ove1 and over
aga1n s1nce that f1rst far off graduat1on day Boards of Educat1on Supenntendents Pr1nc1pals
and Teachers have been thanked ardently and at great length May after May
In a few cases they have been as glad to get r1d of the class as the class has been to go
but usually as now both class and faculty have honestly felt sad at the partmg So lt 1sn
what IS Sald that's wrong 1t's the way we say lt
Suppose I Just use pla1n everyday language and say exactly what I mean regardless of a
well turned phrase or poetxc CXPTCSSIOH I'm sure you won't m1nd
F1rst to the members of the Board of Educat1on You have glven us a f1ne bu1ld1ng and
good teachers wh1ch was most k1nd of you We feel there were several t1mes dur1ng the
past years when our hol1days were unnecessar1ly shortened but we merely rr-ent1on that 1n
passlng We shall not reproach you You're a grand old Board of Educat1on and we thank
you for all past favors
Second to the Supermtendent Pr1nc1pal and Teachers We are very proud of you You
lost a s1ngle one of us That's a record worthy of beautlful words You taught us that
honesty fa1r play amb1t1on and perseverance are qual1t1es to be des1red, and you always
pract1ced what you preached That seems to be Just about the best th1ng that can be Sald of
Thxrd to the undergraduates who w1ll some day stand proudly where we are now, endeavor
1ng to bear our wlsdom l1ghtly Please remember lt 1S your 1mperat1ve and sacred duty to
uphold the honor of the school and to endeavor so far as 1n you l1es to keep to the standards
of ach1evement set by us Now 1f you do these th1ngs don't become concelted, and above
all don't make a show of your learn1ng
Last but far from least to you, the graduat1ng class, my comp11ments We've done well,
and we're proud of ourselves True there have been a few occurrences dur1ng our
scholast1c career that are noth1ng to brag about Our class average 1n mathema.t1cs 1S
mentxoned only 1n wh1spers and our athlet1c prowess leaves the sports world cold On the
other hand our dramat1c ab1l1ty 1S unquest1oned We may have no gen1uses 1n our m1dst
On the other hand we have no morons at least none off1c1ally branded as such
e've endured all of our school l1fe l1ke most of 1t, and found some of lt del1ght1ul We
know that all we d1dn't l1ke was good for us, so we're perfectly sat1sf1ed
Ve feel that 1f the future deals w1th us as k1ndly as the past has done l1fe w1ll be very
good mdeed We go to meet It gladly, carrylng 1n our hearts only k1nd thoughts of our
school 1ts teachers and 1ts pup1ls And we do hc me we haven't d1sappo1pted them too much
Good bye and thank you
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brought this class through four years of good hard work and merciless exams, and never
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The Basketball Bu11d1ng Year
The fxve Iron Men oi the Ashby Basketball Squad of H153 pl yed 14 ames
thxs year So far we have 1 100 loss Our fxrst game was wlth Dunnlng,
27 to 30 rn I unn1ng's fax or Our seconc, Hame was wlth Iiyannxs 17 to '11
fa xery close gxrrxd The thxrd was w1thII1lsey Zi' to 55 The fourth
vuth Thedforri whmch we also lost It was after our ,same wxth Halse that
Glenn Ixerrxgan became 1ne11Q1b1e because of age We nussed h1s hemght
good game Z7 to 30 We lost to Blngham Z0 to 31 We haxe -I ,james to
play yet countxng the Jlstrlct Tournament We are hop1n,, to vun the 1 st
game wxth Seneca Thex onlw haxe fxve men hke we do We haxe 2 ood
chance to um
Names ofthe plaxers are
B d Hmton -X11 star player
Rayne Stexens Champ
Torn Carlson The best m athletxcs
-Xrt 'Tabs Star pla er
Bob Tamxson The beqxnner
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Congratulatlons To The Senlor Class
Ashby Hlgh School 1953
We Have Had The Pleasuxe Of Servlng Xour
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