Alliance High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Alliance, NE)
- Class of 1956
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To keep The joys of This unforgettable year fresh In your mind, we present
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TABLE OF CONTENTS AND EDITOR S MESSAGE ff ,Y 3
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We have Tried To produce a calendar of your lnfe at
A H S durmg Th 55 56 Term IT IS our desire ThaT you who
look Through These pages will remember The Tun and The
work In vvhrch you shared wTTh your classmaTes
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This is Alliance High
School, photographed in its
scenic, familiar surroundings
of snow. The snow, which
attects our activities, domi-
nates our daily lives, and yes,
is responsible tor our very
existence in this wheat farm-
ing and ranching community
has been selected as the
theme of the BULLDOG, '56,
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Nhance City Schools
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TO THE STUDENTS OE ALLIANCE C
know that schools exist but have
Far too many of us
t xes and
ou Your parents pay a
Schools exist for y
your teachers spend their hours in a coope
to build better citizens All desire that you, the stu
dent of today, will make a better world tomorrow
Each of you must do your part in the affairs of
both local and world com unities Each must have a desire
to learn and gain knowledge to meet those problems of to
morrow The responsibility of the troubles of tomorrow
and their solution is in your generation, no one else ca
assume those pro
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h of you obtain
e as the nece
ly it to the best advantag
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Mr. Mitchell, principal of the Junior High, Mr. Nelson, principal of the High School, and his assistant,
Mr. Bruce, inspect the facilities of the new cafeteria.
A SCHOOL IS ONLY AS GOOD AS ITS TEACHERS
No matter how elaborate the facilities, how comprehensive the material, or how
efficient the system, the effectiveness of any course of teaching depends on the
people who administer it, on their experience, competence, and sincerity. This ad-
ministration is conscientiously devoted to helping the students of the Alliance City
Schools get the most out of the training it provides for them.
We can't escape the never-
ending need for English, it is
as valuable to U3 as the snow is
to the dry thirsty earth. Just as
the earth has a thirst for water,
we are constantly thirsty for Eng-
lish. It is as indispensable to,us
as students as it will be to us as
men and women in the future.
Mrs. Merdinger is giving Miss
Vagneur and Miss Erxleben some
pointers on assignments.
The English Department is of-
ten associated with only gram-
mar. This is a false assumption.
Actually it is an extensive de-
partment consisting of courses in
journalism, speech, dramatics,
Miss Edwards looks at a magazine
while she discusses with Mrs. Seitz,
Miss Christensen, and Mrs. Beerline
the importance of outside reading
By learning about our neigh-
bors' backgrounds and culture
we can better understand their
actions. If we can learn to under-
stand them now we will know
how to cope with them in the
Comparing history books are Mr.
Dexter, Mrs. Lichty, and Mr. Co-
Our social science teachers
never tire of leading us back
through the past to learn knowl-
edge for the future.
The path is long, but our
teachers are always there to
guide us on it we become dis-
Keeping up on current events is
a requisite for history teachers as
Mr. Zempel and Mrs. Nelson prove
while talking about current event
magazines to Mr. Grossart and Mr.
cZZOm ' ch
Under the guiding hands of
these math teachers the seeds
are planted which will mature
into tomorrow's astronomers,
teachers, and engineers.
Mr. Larsen, Mrs. Nelson, Miss Burns,
Mrs. Kuncl, and Miss Hartwell con-
verse about common math prob-
ln the department of science,
the mysteries of the world we
live in are unveiled To a con-
stantly surprised and bewildered
Mr. Brown shows a biology maga-
zine to Mr. Johnson, Mr. Peterson,
Mr. Coburn, and' Mr. Taylor.
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With a look toward the future,
the classes in homemaking, me-
chanical drawing, shop, and agri-
culture are designed to prepare
us for adult life.
Mr. Shannon watches Miss Hoover
examine a hand fooled purse. Mr.
Nelson looks on.
Latin and Spanish keep us fas-
cinated and absorbed as we learn
about different languages.
Mrs. Fiebig and Miss Hartwell dis-
cuss the relationship between Span-
ish and Latin.
The door to the business world
is opened for us in our iunior
and senior years with courses in
typing, shorthand and bookkeep-
Talking about commercial subiects
are Miss Schiebel, Mrs. Fiebeg,
Mrs. Scudder, and Mr. Maxey.
Under the competent guidance
of these men our choir, band,
and orchestra are molded into
perfection. After long hours of
patient practice and drill they
train musical groups of which
Alliance will always be proud.
Mr. Rounds admires the new choir
robes displayed by Mr. Blinde. Mr.
Toenias looks on.
Exercise is only one of the
many aims of the physical edu-
cation classes, iust as important
is the learning of team coopera-
Mr. Corder, Miss Vahrenkamp, and
Mr. Borg are seen in the new gym
discussing its advantages.
The coaches spend many,
seemingly endless hours train-
ing the football, basketball, and
track looys into teams which the
school and town can be proud
Mr. Taylor, Mr. Zempel, Mr. Gros-
sart, Mr. Corder, and Mr. Larsen
gain confidence for the future
while looking at the past.
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The smiling group behind the ggur-ner is Mrs, Meffin, Mrs, Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Andrews are enioying a display in the
Mounts, Mrs. Heath and Mrs. Copple. SSFHOF high school library.
Mr. Pryor explains the heating gauge to Mr. Wilmott and Mr.
As you finish this page you have
completed the faculty section - but
before you go to the next page, pause
a minute and think of all the things
our teachers have done for us to help
us on our road to adult life. Now,
another year has come and gone and
we still haven't found the answer to
the universal question-how do they
manage to keep us forever snowed
The endless special services per-
formed for us by the nurse, the sec-
retaries, the librarians, and the cus-
todians could never be appreciated
enough. Although these services are
sometimes not seen, they are so im-
portant to us that our school could
not function without them.
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With decorated halls parade preparations and P
School Starts, Activities Begin,
Old Friendships are Renewed
After days of hard work and clever thinking
ecoming parade reveals many floats First
prize winner is the Pep Club who carried out
the theme Disneyland with Flight to Victory
by featuring Dumbo the tl
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at Donovan and Karen Hamilton are
high spirit AHS celebrates the 1955 Home crowned b th
y e A Club at the afternoon
ming Queen Louise Becker and attend
ants ra y
Four FFA boys wm speclal
honors at the Tru Slate Judging
Contest Thus team of 4 ob
tamed top honors resulhng
Stock Show nn Denver From
left to right Leonard Thomp
son Ken Henan Mr Shannon
F F A lnstructor Howard
Henan and John Stark
Throughout football and basketball
season these girls entertain fhe
crowds and lead the band. Hats off
to twirlers Shirley and Sharon Case
for their hard work and grand per.
in a trip 'lo the Mid-West
I Band performs Director
to the tudent body through
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Themboys er he fieflbfxif
is be- '
ship and progress is mingled
with the smell of bonfires.
Alliance vs. Kearney game
brings much excitement. At
the half the annual D,A.V.
award is presented by Os-
car Mammon to senior quar-
terback, Ernest Perez for
Annually in the fall, the younger members of Y.W.C.A., the Y-Teens, meet in the city park to hold
their candlelight Patteran Service. Al This service letters from last year's officers are brought forth
and read by the new officers. Pictured are Y-Teens at the park shelter.
Snow settles quietly over the
V ,ze f countryside as the pupils of
A l-l.S. settle down to a win
This group of ambitious song
sters have made many appear
ences during the year, Boys
Quartet consists of Nick Vallen
tine, Dick Pollard, John Mal
oney, Bill Bock.
Dick Pollard, Hi-Y representa-
tive at the annual Hi-Y Leg-
islative Session at Lincoln. was
elegjed to the position of
Spealrer of the House. He is
congratulated by Hi-Y spon-
sors, John Bruce and Fred
Tension mounts as these boys become impatient to get in the game. A crucial
moment, every player waits anxiously until the play is completed and the results
are known, Football, a popular sport in A,H.S., interests students and is surrounded
by school spirit.
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Playbooks and foofliqhls, hard work and openlng mghl fhe Jumor Class presenls Curuous Savage
Piclurecl are Monlo Rogers, Ardifh Crang Carolyn Hem Waller Iverson Ilene Walker Palsy Brown
Janel Pelerson. Rufh Lolspoich, Ralph Jmks Ted Hempel
To back fha leams, +o creale school
splrif, this group is forever loyal and
ready fo serve. Picfured in Pep Band,
slanding are Karl Panwifz, Celinda
Mounfs, Jerri Becker, Sandy Mole. Sil-
fingz Bev Kicken, Morris Lance, Dick
Householder, Jerry McDonald, Joe Mills,
Jack Falfar, Donald Miller, LaDonna
Schriner, Ted Hempel, Ilene Walker,
Carolyn Tollman, Ron Ashby. Pal Cal-
houn, Carolyn Hein, Louise Becker, Ma-
Christmas is in The air,
we are in a constant
rush for parties, pro-
Formal dress, the smell of gardenias, low lights, and soft music set the atmosphere for the Pep Club 44
Formal. Royalty at the event were Boyfriend, Bruce Brost, with Pep Club President, Cynthia Shay,
and attendants John Maloney and Archie Lawrence, with dates.
The Student Council continu-
dlly lbusy helping our school
in various ways. During the
Christmas season a tree was
placed in the main hall and
Mrs. Merdinger, girls' counselor gives
Jean Hunter welcome advice on schedule
arrangements and on the right college
and school. We bring
To a close another
Mr. and Mrs. Sanfa Claus reign over
'Phe Hi-Y Chrislmas Ball. Pictured, Wayne
Wesfon beslovls The honor lo couple of
'V fhe evening, Jean Hunfer and John
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decorlfed by S.C. members. I
r1'l:js ETD' mzmger' gaudy "Twls ihe Nighf Before Chrisfmasn is porirayod by Y-Teen members Pal Calhoun,
Nfl ' + Sonrafh. 0 ,n hai' Garnoifo Curfis, Maria Sfalos, Anna Mao Milcholl, and Linda Traber+ af ihe annual
el pu on 'ms 'ng 'uc es' Chrisfmas program given for +he Junior Y-Teens,
while the world slee
a blanket of frost.
"A Pretty Girl is Like a MeIody." We find
a combination of pretty girls and melodies in
Girls' Trio. Standing, left to right are Marilou
Evans, Sue Worley and Louise Becker.
John Neilsen, "A" Club President, presents doctor after serving many years in this
Dr. A. Burnham with a plaque from the "A" position, "A" Club members look on.
Club. Recently, Dr. Burnham retired as team
Alliance High still lives in an
active whirl of events.
This study hall scene portrays all
the ambition that accompanies the
arrival of semester tests. Study
and think is the formula for good
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The Brass Choir is a new or
ganization under the direction
of Mr Toenles Pictured are
to row Don Miller oe
Mills Jerry McDonald Jack
Falfar Wayne Soth Bottom
row Ted Hempel LaDonna
Schrmer Ray Hesse Richard
Householder David Blonde
and Bill Hesse
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In February, the
monrh of Valentine
remembrance, w e
The fans and players seem to be concerned about this game. Coach Morris Zemple is giving the players
a few poinfers during a fime our. Basketball is a favorite sport of many in Alliance High.
Covfi - Qcwn -1c'oa cc
Clrol Nelson smiles in approv-
al as 'lho singers 'For Cupid
Servici deliver a singing lell-
gram fo her on February I4.
To promofl belfer driving, high schools
have formed driver educafion classes.
pieiured lofi io right are: Mr. Borg, in-
Sfrtlcfor, LuAnn Miller, Ardis Peferson,
Elaillo Sfeggs, Marjorio Hood, Jane Bar-
ger, Jael: Essex, John Slnderson, DCI
Buff, Bill Howell, Dick Polllrd.
add To our vast collec-
tion of memories.
Singers are leff io right Maria
Sfalos, Robyn Burnham, Sharon
Morehead, Sue Worley, Sally
Minizer, and Barbara Diefrich.
John Sfark displays fhe FFA
Chapfer bull received ihrough
+he Sears Foundafion.
Parades rallies speeches and parfy
colors are familiar +o fhe annual Couniy
Governmeni' Lesier Hawley piciured af
ihe mike encourages voles for 'lhe Na-
'honalisi Parly af +he final rally
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With March and April comes
spring. The budding of flow
ers along with the budding
This group is the power behind
, 'gli' the scenes. The annual advertising
'gtg 1 statf Cleft to rightl .lon Hall,
rf ,, Carolyn Hein, Ilene Walker, Bev
Borror, Marjorie Averill, Patsy
Brown, Mary Ellen Williams, Kay
McCarthy plan a schedule to con,
,T 'X tact advertisers.
Annual advisors-Mr, R. E. Nelson and Mrs.
Alice Nelson discuss the problems connected
with yearbook work.
Think, work, rush, worry and we're finally done!
The annual statt llett to rightl John Nielsen,
Dotty Miller, Cynthia Shay, Sally Saylor, Jean-
ene Stilley, Bonnie Henderson, "Chick" Long,
Carol Tooley, Janet Peterson, Vicki Sallee, Phyl-
lis Hazard, have met the March deadline. The
result-the l956 Bulldog.
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of fresh talents completes
Alliance High Opereffa cas? of "Girl Crazy" is hard ei worlr. Piclured llefi +o righil Morris Lance
as "Slick" Marilou Evans as Kale: Dick Pollard as Danny Churchill: Sue Worley as Molly: Bill
Bock as Geeber Goldfarb: Louise Becker as Palsy: Archie Lavnence as Sam Mason: Carolyn Hein
Supporfing leads of fhe opereffa wafch dancers
Nancy and Dixie Roih. Observers are ileff 'fo
righil Boys Quarfef-Nicl Vallenrine. John Ma-
loney. Marv Kingry and John MacNeill. Af ihe
righi-cowboys: Jerry Colericlr, Larry Johnson
and Dick Markoff.
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Other students look on wr+h amusement at Kay MCCGFHIY fnes out for the senvor class play
"Lo and Behold by John Palrrck Mrss Erxlelsen IS the play dlrecfor
"To a great guy," or "Good luck to a
wonderful gal" all are written as the
students of A.H.S. autograph each others
'56 Bulldog at the close of the year.
Pictured are, left to right, Sharon Moomey,
Carolyn Hein, Eleanor Parker, Jon Hall,
John MacNeill, and Wayne Weston.
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Born of soft and slumberous snow"
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Senior class officers, left to right: Ruby Chick, John MacNeill, Nancy Thomas, and John Nielsen.
'We f4'L6 ' to ace
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Annual Staff,
The Spud Editor.
Hi-Y, Basketball, Track.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Latin Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll,
Student Council, Junior Class Play,
County Government, Choir, Chorus,
Operetta, Madrigal, Band, State
Music Clinic, Girls' Trio, Pep Band,
Drama Club, Homecoming Queen,
Voice of Democracy, Annual, Spud
Scottsbluff, Nebr., Y-Teens, Quill
and Scroll, Chorus, Pep Club.
32 Y'-Teens, Pep Club.
Hi-Y, "A" Club, Choir, Track, Oper-
ette, Madrigal, Football, Basketball,
Boys' Quartette, Hi-Y Model Legis-
lature, Science Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Student Council,
Choir, Annual Staff.
Hi-Y, "A" Club, National Honor
Society, Vice President Student
Council, Vice President Sophomore
Class, Football, Basketball, Track,
Pep Club Boy Friend.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, Chorus,
Operetta, Band Sergeant, Girls'
Sextette, Pep Band Sergeant, Or-
Y-Teens, Pep Club, President and
Vice President Latin Club, Student
Council, Junior Class Play, Chorus,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll,
Student Council, Class'Play, Choir,
Lathrop, Missouri, Y-Teens, Pep
Club, Senior Class Treasurer, Choir,
Hi-Y, FFA, Choir, Football, Science
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, Chorus,
Operetta, Girls' Sextette.
Hi-Y, "A" Club, Football, Basket-
Y'Te9"1Sr Pep Club, Choir, Operetta.
Hi-Y, Science Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Sophomore
Class Treasurer, Drama Club,
Science Club, Annual Staff, Chorus,
Hi-Y, Student Council.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, FTA, Choir,
Chorus, Operetta, Madrigal, State
Music Clinic, Girls' Trio, Drama
Jo ANN FAGLER
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
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Club, Choir, Glee Club.
Hi-Y, Band, Pep Band, Audio Visual
Award, Brass Sextette, Brass Choir.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, Chorus,
Operetta, Annual Staff, Cheerleader.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Spud Staff.
Hi'Y, "A" Club, Annual Staff, Choir,
Chorus, Football, Hi-Y Model Legis-
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Drama Club,
County Government, Choir, Drum
Y-Teens, Pep Club, FTA, Junior
Class Play, Choir, Chorus, Operetta.
HiAY, Hi-Y Model Legislature, Coun-
Ty Government, Choir, Football,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll,
Student Council, Annual Staff,
Choir, Chorus, Y-Teen Cabinet, Spud
Hi-Y, FFA Secretary, Track, Football,
Hi-Y, FFA Vice President, Treasurer
and President, Junior Class Vice
President, County Government,
Football, Basketball, Track.
Hi-Y, Choir, Football, Basketball,
Track, Band Sergeant, Pep Band.
Nola Nay concentrates on a bookkeeping problem in Mrs Scudder's class while preparing herself
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Judy Morris, Wade Kemper, Shirley Lewis, and George Rader are smiling as they listen to one of
Miss Burn's fascinating trigonometry problems.
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Hi-Y, County Government, Track.
WILETTA Homius N
Y-Teens,' Pep Club Secretary, Choir,
Hi-Y, Choir, Football, Basketball. -
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, Chorus
Operetta, Y-Teen Cabinet, All-State
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Band, Pep Band
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LA VERNE LEE
Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, Pep Club,
National Honor Society, Senior
Class Secretary, Band, Orchestra,
State Music Clinic, Pep Band.
SHIRLEY ANN LEWIS
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Latin Club Vice
President, Choir, Chorus, Operetta,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, FTA, Chorus.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Annual Staff Co-
Editor, Freshman Class Secretary,
Choir, Operetta, Science Club,
Drama Club, Spud Staff,
Ainsworth, Nebraska, HiAY, Junior
Class Play, Chorus, Football, Track,
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' Hi-Y, Hi-Y Model Legislature, "A"
Club, National Honor Society, Stu-
dent Council, Freshman Class Treas-
urer, Senior Class President, County
A Q Government, Choir, Operetta, Mad-
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rigal, Football, All-Northwest, Bas-
ketball, Track, State Music Clinic.
Hi-Y, Choir, Chorus, Operetta, Mad-
rigal, State Music Clinic.
Hi-Y, "A" Club, Choir, Chorus,
Operetta, Football, Track, Basketball,
Hi-Y Model Legislature.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll,
Annual Staff, Spud Staff.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, FTA, Annual
Staff, Choir, Band, Orchestra.
Hi-Y, Latin Club Secretary'Treasurer,
Choir, Operetta, Band, Dance Band,
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HEYY, "A" Club, Foolball, Baskel
Broken Bon, Nebraska, Clwor, Oper
evra, Band, Pep Band,
Y-Teens, Pep CLD, Annual Sfaff
HI-Y, Jonlor Class Play, Football,
Pele Shelton and Bonnue Burnham smlle happely after bemg crowned queen and king of the 55
Bill Bock sets up a chemistry experiment under the watchful eyes of his classmates,
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Y-Teen Treasurer, Pep Club, Coun-
ty Government, Choir, Operetta,
Grand Island, Nebraska, Y-Teens,
Pep Club Vice President, FTA,
Choir, Chorus, Operetta.
Hi'Y, Hi-Y Model Legislature, "A"
Club President, National Honor S04
ciety, Annual Staff, Senior Class
Vice President, County Government,
Football, Track, Student Manager,
Science Club, Drama Club, Junior
Hi4Y, Chorus, Basketball, Track.
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Hi-Y, Track, Band, Pep Band, Or-
chestra, State Music Clinic, Dance
Band, Student Council, Band Cap-
Hi-Y President, "A" Club, Student
Council, Freshman and Sophomore
Class President, County Govern-
ment, Choir, Operetta, Football,
Track, Basketball, DAV Award.
Y-Teens, Latin Club Secretaryflreas-
Platte Valley Academy, Hi-Y Secre-
tary, Junior Class Play, Choir Secre-
tary, Operetta, Madrigal, Basketball,
Track, State Music Clinic, Hi-Y Model
Legislature Speaker of House, FTA,
Hi-Y, Hi-Y Model Legislature, Coun-
ty Government, Football, Track.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, FTA, Class Play,
Operetta, Drama Club.
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Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, Chorus,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, Chorus,
Operetta, Band, Sextette.
Hi-Y, "A" Club, FFA, Football, Base
ketball, Track, Football Co-Captain.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Cheerleader,
Quill and Scroll, National Honor
Society, Student Council Secretary,
Co-Editor of Annual, Freshman Vice
President, County Government,
Choir, Chorus, Operetta, Spud Staff,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, FTA, Choir.
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Pep Club Treas-
urer, Choir, Band, Pep Band,
Hi-Y Treasurer, "A" Club, Football,
Y-Teens, Pep Club Presidem, Quill
and Scroll, Annual Staff, Choir,
Chorus, Opereffa, Spud Staff,
Science Club, Drama Club.
FFA, Star Dairy Farmer.
Hi-Y, Basketball, Hi-Y Model Legis-
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Grand Island, Nebraska, Y-Teens
Pep Club, FTA, Latin Club Secretary
Treasurer, Choir, Operetta,
Bingham, Nebraska, Hi-Y, Basket-
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Annual Staff
Chorus, Band, Pep Band, Cheer-
leader, Drama Club, Spud Staff,
Hi-Y, "A" Club, Basketball, Track,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Class Play,
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Senior Class Secretary.
Spud Staff, Drama Club.
Yfleens, Pep Club, Chorus, Band
Lieutenant, Orchestra, Dance Band,
Bob Howard discusses a diagram in Mrs. Merdinger's senior English class.
Hi-Y, FFA Vice President, Choir,
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, Operetta,
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In Mr. Grossart's civics class Bonnie Henderson explains some outstanding points in the United
Nations Review magazine.
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Hi-Y, Latin Club, Choir, Chorus,
Operetta, Madrigal, Track, Special
St. Agnes Academy, Y-Teens, Pep
Y-Teens, Pep Club, FTA President,
Assistant Director Junior Class Play,
Hi-Y Vice President, "A" Club Sec
retary-Treasurer, County Govern-
ment, Choir, Football, Track, Hi-Y,
Hi-Y, FFA Treasurer.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class
Secretary, Choir, Cheerleader, DAR
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Y-Teens, Pep Club.
May 26 brings the end of high school life for all seniors. For us the close
of our high school years is the ending of a very important phase of our lives
upon which the foundation of our future is based.
Y-Teens President 143, Vice Presi-
dent C3l, Pep Club, Spud Staff,
Junior Class Play, Girls' State,
Choir, Chorus, Operetta, Madrigal,
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
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Nicola, President: and Carolyn Hein, Treasurer.
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American History students listen intently to an explanation of the American Flag given by Myron
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Mary Ellen Williams
Our iunior year is the beginning of many thrilling moments. We were
proud of our class rings the day we got them because they symbolize our
loyalty to Alliance High.
The highlight of the year, the Junior-Senior Prom, was under our super-
vision. We planned and worked to make that night a success, and it was!!
We have taken our first attempt at politics. Campaign slogans, speeches,
primary elections, and finally the general election all accompany student
For us, this has been a full and happy year.
W. Anderson R. Ashby J. Atkins S. Austin K, Barnes
D, Becker W. Becker J. Boness B. Broderick L, Brqwn
A. Burton D. Bolinger D. Burt E. Chapman L, Cole
K. Colerick J. Creighton G. Curtis L. Curtis R. Daugherty
J. Bauer M- Bal-'ef
M, Brown R. Burnham
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G. Davis G. Davis J. DeFrance W, Degsch
B, Dietrich D. Ditsch B. Duskin
Subjects Offered To
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W Ellrs Fa es Felton
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Flanrgan Fraedrnch M Garcua Grantham
J Hegwood A Heckman Hrles Hofmann
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Householder B Howell B HU"1Qeff0Vd J Hunter Hutton M Jelnnek
D Jnnes R Keller L Krngry Kusuckn R Lamg
Robyn Burnham Dnxre Becker and Joyce Schnell are
checkvng the preferred book lust made by thelr Englnsh
teacher Mass Vagneur
W Langdon M Lawrence C Lerbel L Lewrs
G Lrchty C ore G Lore
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H. Miskimen M. Miskimen A. Mitchell D. Moore S. Morehead K- M0511
B. Mundt R. Nay C. Nelson D. Nissen B- NYS D- NYG
J. Olson S. Ottaway N. Oversgreey E. Parker l-. Pafkef
C. Peterson J. Reitz J. Reynolds U. Richards
W. Robertson C- RUS'
The sophomores, the youngest
class in A.H.S. this year, have
been an enthusiastic group. They
have provided their share of
school spirit by participating in
both work and play. Thus, they
have learned to recognize the
essentials needed to get along
with their teachers and class-
mates in their next two years in
high school and future lives.
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T, Walker E. Wessel B, Westlake R. Whitlock
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Treasurer, LaDonna Schriner, Secretaryg Roger MacNeill,
Presidentg and Larry Curtis, Vice President.
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Subiects Offered To
THE NINTH GRADE
r General Science
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N' j Chorus
S, Creighvon E. Crosser P. Crosser S, Curry
D. Davis Davis DlY5Cl1 K- Dungmofg Band
George Tutt demonstrates an interesting experiment to this
General Science class. Mr. Johnson and the rest of his
students look on intentively.
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Frost D. Gardner L. Garrett L, Gies Grantham
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H. McDonald M. McFalI G. McGuire
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R. Phillip S. Piihl G. Porter N. PrYor Carole Nelson, Secretary: Judy Libsack, Treasurer Richard
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J. Thompson E. Tollman E. Tucker G. Tuff
The school is proud of these
ninth graders, stepping forth to
take on more and greater respon-
sibilities as they lead their "un-
derclassmen." The "big wheels"
contributed a lot to A.J.H.S.
school life and helped the sev-
enth graders to get accustomed
to the change. They started tak-
ing courses on the credit system
this year, working and planning
for that day in l959.
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F. Schnell C. Scoggin
W. Swallow S. Taylor D. Thomas
E. Vargas l- Vafgas D. Vaughn
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Subiects Offered To
THE EIGHTH GRADE
English and Literature
Geography and Science
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R.GrBU Grnffuth S Hamnlton Hampton D Hanna
M. Hawley S Henderson B Herman
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D McCall McDonald
C MCQUSSYI Muller J Muller K Muller B Mlschnlck P Mott
R Nlssen Nuss J Nye R OBnen J Phil p G Porter
B Prouty B Regan M Regester L Reno
M Rueter C R,gg, R Riggs
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establish for these eighth grade
students There are two organlza
tions In whuch the gurls may part:
clpate and a boys athletlc club IS
being formed Y Teens ms offered
to the gurls of eighth and nunth
grades and Pep Club ns open to
C, Ritter F. Roe
L. Schwaderer L. Schwaderer
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Appleby, Vice President, Lindy Amen, Treasurer, and Dick J. Wri9l"f T- W"9h' C- York
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Sublects Offered To
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P, Hall L. Heckman J. Hempel K. Herman J, Hernandez D. Hickman J. Hitchcock
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C. Keller D. Kinser M. Knigge G. Koester M, Koesier A- Lawrence
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Mrschnnck Mnschnrck Moore
Nelson M Nuss E Olson Oxford
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Denny Garret! Treasurer Kenny Lmcoln Presndenf and
Peggy Rogers Secretary
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ing fast. They adjusted to the
new system of changing rooms
and teachers for different classes
very well. Not considered in
grade school any longer, they be-
gin a new phase of their educa-
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The Student Council is an honor organization, the representatives being elected
by each class. From this group, the president and vice president of the student body
are elected. The Student Council is a service organization which serves both faculty
and students. lt works out problems which involve school affairs and works towards
unity among the students and teachers. The school principal is the advisor of this
organization and he suggests to the student representatives means by which they
can overcome problems.
From left to right the members of the Student Council are Karel Corey Junior Ken Nicola Junior
Lester Hawley Junior Joyce Schnell Sophomore Janice Collins Junior John MacNeill President and
a Senior Merlin Lawrence Sophomore Shirley Case Senior Bruce Brost Senior Maria Stalos Sophomore
Roger MacNeill Sophomore
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Back row, from left to right are: Jane Barger, Sharon Case, and Shirley Lewis. First row, from left to
right are: Carolyn Hein, Ilene Walker, Ardis Peterson, Eva Jean Brown, and Miss Hartwell, the sponsor
of the Latin Club.
Latin Club is made up of members who have had one year of Latin. The new
members are initiated in a typical Roman ceremony. ln this club they learn more
about social living of the people when Latin was a live language.
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The Y-Teen Cabinet is made up of the following
and sponsors of Y-Teens are, reading from left
from down to up: Sandie Matz, Secretary, Mrs. Myers, Sponsorg
I, Sponsor. On the right side from down to up are:
, Presidentg Ruth Nason, Treasurer, and Dottie
Miller, Vice President.
girls: In the back row are Miss Schiebel, Sponsor,
Phyllis Howell, Jean Hunter, Gladys Grantham,
Dotty Miller, Ruthie Nason, Sue Worley, Sharon
Stevens, and Mrs. Myers, Sponsor. Front row girls
are: Sharon Herman, Sandie Matz, Patsy Culp,
Patsy Brown, Judy Hamilton, Karen Moritz, and
The Y-Teens provide an opportunity
for girls to learn more about a Chris-
tian living in a local and world situa-
tion. They have programs to develop
the knowledge and understanding of
life that girls of high school age need
to lead a more profitable life.
This is the largest Y-Teen Club in the
Nebraska District YWCA.
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The Hi-Y is a part of the national
Y.M.C.A. program whose purpose is
"To create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and community
high standards of Christian character."
Our organization boasts a membership
ot lO7 boys, which makes it the larg-
est club in the West Central area of
During the half-time at the home games, the
Hi-Y sponsors the selling of Pepsi-Cola. It is
certainly appreciated. Evert Smith and Tom Green
are the boys doing the selling.
Members of the Hi-Y Cabinet are, first row: Wayne Weston,
Marv Kingry, and Bruce Stackhouse. Second row: Mr. Bruce,
Sponsor, Ernie Perez, President, and Mr. Peterson, Sponsor
Third row: Dick Markoff, Jim Shankland, Dick Pollard, and
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Howard Herian, Dale Wills, and Dallas Knapp. Standing left to right are: John Stark, Norman Keder, David
Nepper, Merl Lore, Melvin Steggs, David Thomas, and George Kicken,
The F.F.A. provides an opportunity for young boys, who are interested in farming
and ranching, to learn more about better agricultural methods. F.F.A. also teaches
boys to be better citizens of their country and to strive for the best standards of
Stlnding left to right are: Fred Schnell, Milton McFall, Larry Schnell, Bob Stark, Bob Boots, Earl Wessel,
Mr. Shannon, Dale Berry, Jerry Bauer, Bob Moscrip, and Harold Neilson, Seated left to right are: Floyd
Swanson, George Peterson, Franklyn Krause, Calvin Peterson, Royce Daugherty, Marvin Bauer, and Bill
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Becker Second row Sally Saylor Shnrley Marsh and Cynthla Shay
Quill and Scroll as the lnternatlonal Honor Soclety for Hlgh School Journalusts
Students belonging to thus organlzatlon have had one hundred Inches of acceptable
wrltlng nn a paper and are In the upper third of thelr class
The Spud Staff keeps the school nnformed of the vanous actuvmes and news of Alluance Hugh School
Georgia Todd Louuse Becker Sally Saylor Shurley Case Mass Vagneur and Sue Worley mamtam thus fme
paper and keep quute busy when they dug up the news
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Wright, Jon Hall, Wade Kemper, Jim Shankland, Jim
Appleby, Bruce Brost, Mike Alvarado, and Franklyn
Krause, The middle row: Archie Lawrence, Wayne Wese
ton, Marv Kingry, John MacNeill, John Nielsen iPresie
denti, Ernie Perez, Dick Markoff, Bill Bock, and John
Moore. Top row: Bob Duskin, Jay Hutton, Lester Hawley,
Don LaClair, Doug Edwards, Gary Sundermeier, Evert
Smith, Tom Green, Larry Johnson, Tim Stubbs, Pat
Cooper, Gayle Rusk, George Kicken, Ken Nicola, Bill
Miller, and Jerry Colerick.
"A" Club is an honorary club made up of
boys who have won a maior letter in one
of the school sports. Based upon perform-
ance in actual competition, loyalty, sports-
manship, and scholastic eligibility, the "A"
Club has grown in size and importance in
high school activities. The organization pro-
motes athletic activities in our high school.
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The purpose of the Pep Club, which is
to promote enthusiasm at the rallies and
games and to keep the school spirit high at
all times, was certainly achieved this year.
lt was hardly noticeable that a class was
lost when the freshmen moved to Junior
High. The girls, in order to belong to this
club, must maintain a "C" average. Those
who were interested found that it was not
a strain because they were constantly striv-
ing to do better.
The officers and sponsors of the Pep Clab are pictured here
in a rare moment of leisure, They are from left to right:
Mrs. Scudder, Sponsor, Janice Schwaderer, Treasurer, Nola
Nay, Vice President, Cynthia Shay, President, Sandra Mote,
Secretary, and Miss Erxleben, Sponsor,
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Miller, Larry Johnson. Second row: Paul Jessen, St, Manager, Bruce Brost, Wade Kemper, David Stull, Pai
Cooper, Jerry Colerick. Front row: Jim Shankland, Jon Hall, Archie Lawrence, Ken Nicola, Ernie Perez.
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Back row: Don LaClair, Lester Hawley, Marv Kingry, Bob Duskin, Monte Hofmann, Coach Borg. Second
row Gayle Rusk, John MacNeill, George Kicken, Jay Hutton, Tom Wright, John Nielsen, St. Manager
Front row: Dick Markoff, Mike Alvarado, Wayne Weston, and Gene Rader
The Alliance Bulldogs were able to
win only 3 games out of 9 starts. Al-
though the '55 season was opened
with a win over Sidney, Coach Gross-
art's gridders were unable to top any-
one else except Ogallala and Curtis.
The Bulldogs displayed short bursts
of precision football but their season
closed with a disappointing loss to
Jess Borg Backfield Coach and Rex Grossart Head Coach talk the situation
Kemper darts around the left end for precious yards.
BULLDOG COMEBACK BEATS SIDNEY
Scoring two touchdowns in the
fourth quarter, Coach Rex Grossart's
Bulldogs came from behind a O-12
score to slip by Sidney 13-12. increas-
ing Bulldog strength compared to
weakened Maroon strength were the
Wade Kemper scored the first Alli-
ance touchdown with 8 minutes left
to play, climaxing a drive set up by
Pat Cooper's recovery of a Sidney
fumble. Ken Nicola smashed through
the Sidney line for the extra point
that won the game. Trailing 12-7, Ernie
Perez flipped a screen pass to Dick
Markoff who ran 42 yards for the final
TRAILBLAZERS CLIP ALLlANCE
Torrington's powerful Trailblazers
mixed speed and elusiveness to hand
the Bulldogs their first home loss
since November 11, 1952.
Capitalizing on breaks, the Blazers
were quick to lump to the lead and
hold the Bulldogs behind 21-O at half-
time. Alliance's Wade Kemper took a
pitchout on his 38 yard line and
sprinted 62 yards to prevent the Blaz-
ers from shutting the Bulldogs out
completely. He then split the crossbars
with a conversion to end the game
WADE KEMPER ERNIE PEREZ
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Mike Alvarado tries for extra yards.
BULLDOGS ROMP OGALLALA BUT
FALL BEFORE PLATTERS
In the best display of gridiron tac-
tics yet, the agile Alliance backs and
charging line tinished a night with per-
tect execution ot plays. Perez com-
pleted 6 ot 9 passes, 2 ot which went
tor touchdowns. Kemper scored 3
times, Perez, Markott and Nicola each
once, to win 39-9.
The lone Alliance marker in the loss
to North Platte came atter Kemper took
a handott on his I2 and sped 76 yards
to set up the touchdown that came
three plays later, lniuries riddled the
badly outweighed Alliance gridders as
North Platte coasled by 32-7.
ALLIANCE EDGES CURTIS BUT DROPS
A surprisingly strong Curtis team
held Alliance I3-I3 until the final min-
utes ot play when Alliance exploded
with the winning tally to sew it up,
I9-I3. Mike Alvarado consistently
picked up yards to become Alliance's
bright spot of the game.
The big McCook Bisons walloped
Alliance 32-O in an important conter-
ence game. Fumbles and intercepted
passes spelled out the Alliance defeat
as Ernie Perez completed only 4 passes
out ot 19 tries.
KEARNEY SMOTHERS ALLIANCE
A smooth Kearney team rolled over
Alliance 2O-I2 to put the Bulldogs in
the conference cellar.
Alliance completed 5 of I5 passes,
two of which were good for touch-
downs. Fumbles hurt the Bulldogs and
gave Kearney the lead at the half.
Alliance took Kearney's kickoff on
their IO and marched 90 yards for
a touchdown. Wade Kemper connected
with Archie Lawrence twice to set up
another touchdown that was lost on
GERING NIPS ALLIANCE
A huge Gering team used its weight
advantage and a wet field to wear
down the Alliance Bulldogs I3-7. The
game, an even battle at 7-7 until the
last quarter, broke open as Gering
marched 82 yards in the final minutes
AIIiance's score came after the half
as Wade Kemper took the kickoff
on his I5 and sprinted to the Gering
30. Ernie Perez scored 5 plays later
and Ken Nicola plunged for the point.
Nicola and Kemper formed the bul-
wark of the Alliance offense while
John Moore played stalwart defensive
ball for the Bulldogs.
End of the line for a North Platte gridder.
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The Bulldogs, their speedy backs
mired in mud and snow, spent most of
the traditional Armistice Day garne
playing defense against the rugged
Alliance fumbles earl in the ame
set up 2 of the Bearcat scores. Scotts
bluff scored again in the second quar
ter due to sloppy playing by the Bull
dogs, which hurt them tremendousl
in the first half. Goal line stands and
only one serious scoring threat by the
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Back row left to right St Manager Ken Feese Lloyd Hazard, Neil Pryor, Richard Stull Jerry Beagle
Gary Lewis Ray Boren Varley Grantham Coach Larson Middle row: Coach Corder Bob Wright J B
Smith Dale Berry George Tutt Ernie Vargas Bill Webb Dick Stephens, Bryon Brost Coach Taylor Front
row Tom Laing Max Worley Larry Garrett Denny Christenson, Larry Geis, Dick O'Brien Dick Perez
Back row, left to right: Coach Zempel, Dick Pollard, Pat Cooper, Bill Hesse, Larry Johnson, Archie Lawrence,
Don LaClair. Front row: Wade Kemper, Dick Markoff, Jack Muske, Ernie Perez, Ken Nicola, Tim Stubbs.
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The success of the '56 Bulldog cage season was not written
in the win and loss columns but rather in the increasing
co-operation, polish, and skill of the players as they showed
constant improvement during their first year of coaching by
Coach Morris Zempel. The Bulldogs won their first 2 games
only to drop into a 4 game slump that was finally broken by
beating Mitchell 59 to 56.
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Back row, left to right: Johnny Sanderson, Jerry Boness, Kenny Johnson Gary Johnson David Stull Jim
Lawrence, Lester Hawley, Allen Heckman, Joe Parker, Larry Curtiss, Front row Merlin Lawrence Coach
Burkhart, Adrian Ethridge.
The i956 Reserve basketball season ended for the Bulldogs with a 2 ll record
Though disappointing, the season gave ample opportunity for the Alliance fans
to see some fine playing by the Bullpups.
i956 RESERVE SCHEDULE
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Back row, left to right: Coach Larsen, Keith Huffman, Jerry Beagle
Front row: Richard Perez, Bob Wright, Denny Christensen, Max Worley Todd Harrls
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Back row left to right: Coach Taylor, Jack Gels, Dick O'Brien, Dick Stephens, Ray Hesse, Bob Rnggs
From row Chuck Riggs, Larry Christensen, Dick McCall, .lim Worthley, Ivan Kinser.
Back row Lloyd Andrews Dick Markotf Wayne Weston Wayne Walker, Dick Ericson, Sam Kline,
Larry Johnson Dick Pollard Jim Applebee Bill Miller Tim Stubbs Ernie Perez, Lee Ozborne, Mike
Alvarado Front row Coach Livingston Coach Grossart Bob Wilkins Wade Kemper, Bruce Brost,
Dan Farrington Chuck Wollaston Bob Miller Bill Bock Don La Clair, Jack Rader, Coach Borg,
The Bulldogs climaxed a near-
ly all-victorious season by win-
ning the "State Champs" title
and scoring more points doing so
than any previous team. The
Bulldogs also gathered more
Gold Medal points than any team
in the history of the State Meet.
They dropped only two meets
out of nine and were victorious
five times over Scottsbluff.
Snowecl out of the Chadron Invi-
tational they established tour
records in the Sidney lnvita-
WINNER-Triangular with Bridge-
port and Hemingford
Second Place-Scottsbluff Relays
Second Place-Big Ten Confer-
WINNER-Nebraska Class "A"
They walked through the
Western Nebraska, yet rec-
ords toppled as they easily
captured their own Invita-
Alliance tracksters staged
a valiant rally but took only
second in the Big Ten Meet.
Sixteen men and two relay
teams qualified for State in
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AlIiance's low hurdle twins, Bob Miller, left, and Chuck Wollaston, easily swept
the Class "A" lows at State ending a successful career with the Bulldogs. Chuck
turned in 20.5 which coupled with his versatility made him an outstanding competi-
tor. He defeated teammate Bob, w
at 20 and is the school record holder.
Bruce Brost, surprise package of the Bull-
dogs, captured the Class "A" Mile at
State in 4:38.l, his best time. He brought
home Gold Medal honors, climaxing a
successful season of distance running.
ho had previously turned fastest time at state
The Bulldog 880 Baton Passers finished undefeated in addition to capturing Class
"A" and Gold Medal State Championships. They established four records with a
best time of 1:32. Left to right: Miller, Wollaston, Wade Kemper, and Farrington.
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Getting in training for inter-school competition are Mike
Alvarado, Gayle Rusk, .lay Hutton, Bruce Brost, Ernie
Perez, and Howard Herian.
Howard Herian, Gayle Rusk, Ernie Perez, Jay Hutton, Wade
Kemper, and Jon Hall try their muscles in a wrestling
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Badminton tournaments proved to be great
fun for the girls. An important game is
being played by Marilyn Hawley, Charla
Rusk, Betty Nye, and Gladys Grantham.
THE ALLIANCE HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Front row, left to right: K, Panwitz, B. Burnham, B. Kicken,
P, Felton, S. Barrett, L. Amen, C. A. Johnson, J. Anderson,
Second row: K. Hamilton, S. Schmidt, M. Rogers, C. Tollman,
K. McCarthy, P. Howell, S. David, C. Hein, R. Hesse, J. Engels-
ierd, D. Householder, M. DeFrance, T. Wright, M. Stalos, L.
Schriner, B. Merritt, T. Hemple, D. Blinde. Third row: L.
Brown, M. Jelinek, C. Mounts, R. Lotspeich, J, Becker, S.
Mote, and Mr. Ward Rounds,
Kicking high for Alliance High is Marilyn Hanna our drum
maiorette. Leading the band is a never-ending iob, but
Marilyn does the job well.
The senior band officers are the ones who
contribute much to the success of the
band. Front row: Ruth Lotspeich, Sandy
Lemmon, Pat Calhoun, LaDonna Shriner,
Carolyn Tollman, Back row: Doug Edwards,
Karl Panwitz, Tom Right, Teddy Hempel.
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Front row, left to right: Deanna Hanna, Barbara Merritt, Connie Zaliaris, Marian DeFrance, Maria Stalos.
Second row: Sharon Davis, Dick Householder, Monte Rogers, Phyllis Howell, Robyn Burnham, Cleone
Sturgeon, Janice Engelsgierd. Third row: Tom Wright, Paul Thiessen, Rex Martin, Warren Robertson, Joe
Weldin, Doug Edwards, LaDonna Schriner, Don Miller, Ted Hempel. Fourth row: Ralph Jinks, Joe Mills,
John Sanderson, Doug Griffith, Ed Tollman, Wallace Anderson, Jerry McDonald, Jack Faltar, Wayne
Soth, David Blinde, Bill Hesse. Standing: Robert Wright, Jerri Becker, Sandra Mote, Linda Brown, Karen
Hamilton, Mr. Rounds,
The Alliance High School Band is open to those
who pass band exams with ninety-five per cent
accuracy. This band participates in half time shows
at football games and many special events such
as Christmas concerts, spring concerts, band clinic,
MRS, WARD ROUNDS, Accompanist
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Something new has been added to the A.H.S.
Choir as it makes its first appearance. This fine
group ot students is wearing the new, royal blue
robes. A combination like this makes it a concert
to be remembered. Their selections consist of
spirituals and songs appropriate to the Christmas
season. These arrangements make the debut one
to be long remembered.
Fourth row: M, E. Williams, B. Laursen, B. Kicken, D. Miller, D. Curry, R. Burnham, D. Householder, L.
Woods, J. Maloney, D. Pollard, N. Vallentine, D, Briggs, R. MacNeill. Third row: S. Lammon, S. Matz, S.
McDonald, S. Lewis, B. Dietrich, S. Mintzer, C. Hein, B. Stackhouse, D. Walker, M. Lance, G. Sundermeirer.
Second row: G. Todd, J. Winton, K. Robinson, N. Roth, D. Roth, W. Iverson, M. Steggs T. Wright. First row:
E. Parker, C. Kohler, K. Corey, M. Scoggin, J. Schwaderer, S. Worley, M. Evans.
Al Blinde, director of the choir for four years
now, has done much to promote interest among
the music students. Christmas concerts, Operetta,
Choir Clinic, and Spring concerts make this group
highly recognized by the community.
MR. AL BLlNDE, Director
Fourth row: J. Colerick, A. Lawrence, L. Johnson, J. MacNeilI, B, Bock, M. Kingry, J. Hall, J. Long,
J. Farrington, B, Henderson, A. Cooper, S, Stevens, R. Nason. Third row: W. Ellis, J. Mills, D. Miller,
R. Lotspiech, S. Moomey, P. Calhoun, I. Walker, S. Morehead, M. Hanna, J. Hanson. Second row: D.
Markoff, J. Hunter, D. Becker, P. Brown, C. Nelson, P. Felton, D. Wessel, R. Chick, N. Nay. First row:
J. Reitz, L. Becker, S. Herman, C. Shay, M. Stalos, P. Donovan, B. Borror, K. McCarthy.
Those who attended State Music Clinic from Band
and Choir this year were, standing: Karl Pan-
witz, Marv Kingry, Sue Worley, Morris Lance,
and John Maloney. Seated: Dick Pollard, Carolyn
Hein, John MacNeill, Louise Becker, and Marilou
Evans Knot picturedi. Those who attended were
chosen by Al Blinde, music director. Dick Pol-
lard was picked-for the National Clinic in April.
He was the only one selected from Western
Madrigal this year has been
better than ever and has made
many appearances for organiza-
tions in Alliance, Standing: Dick
Pollard, Dick Householder, Nick
Vallentine, John Maloney, Jerry
Colerick, Bill Bock, Marv Kingry,
and John MacNeill. Seated: Sue
Worley, Sandra Lammon, Carc-
lyn Hein, Ruth Lotspeich, Louise
Becker and Marilou Evans lnot
Those who assume the respon-
sibility for third and fourth per-
iod in choir are the choir offi-
cers. Left to right: Jerry Cole-
rick, Larry Curtis, Jerry Boness,
Bev Hiles, Dick Pollard, John
Maloney, Karen Moretz, Dick
Markotf, Gladys Grantham, Janet
Hunter, and Archie Lawrence
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BAUMAN B J OPTOMETRIST
BOWEN ROBERTW OPTOMETRIST
BRENNAN BET RWAY CLEANERS
BRITTAN MORAN ABSTRACT CO
BROZ JOHN S M D
FITZGERALD T DORAN MD
CRUM AND MILLER ACCTS
DELUXE RADIATOR SHOP
DODD DE BOLT
GANTZ WILLIAMS 81 HEIN ATTORNEYS
GODING A L 81 SIXTA A
JIM CANAVAN GOLF COURSE
KENNEDY DONALD .I D DS
KUPER NURSING HOME
MELICK R H
NUSS A G DDS
PODHAISKY INSURANCE AGENCY
REDDISH ALBERT T
RENOS BEAUTY SHOP
REXS HAMBURGER SHOP
ROBERTSON MOTOR COMPANY
SELLECK ABSTRACT COMPANY
SENG O L MD
TAYLOR D N D DS
TEXACO BULK PLANT
WILLIAMS W B DDS
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JoAnn Fagler IS absorbed nn nnfervlewlng As lhey examine a new Ford Tracior a+ KEELEY
HAROLD EHRHART aboul' 'lhe lhrlvlng bean KELLY TRACTOR COMPANY Jaclc Muslce and
mdusfry EHRHART COMPANY IS a growing Wally Slephens lns+en carefully fo Max Garwood s
concern explanahon of Ford s parhcular exclusive 'Feafures
The new GUARDIAN STATE BANK BUlLDlNG on fhe corner of 3rd and Box Bu'He
us lrepl' busy by hugh school s+uden'l's Here young people learn fo save In a safe way
Bob Noreen llsfens lnfenlly whsle O B Hyland Alice Cooper and Clara Weclxerwerlh musl' have
manager explanns 'lhe READY MIX cemenf lhe fufure In mmd smce 'lhey are loolnng a+ carpe'l'
process samples beung displayed by Mrs Grace Arm
slrong al' JOHNSON AND PELTZ
Bev Borror and Kenny Johnson are already +hnnIr
Ing abou? nex+ wln'fer Mr CorbuH a+ Ihe
KANSAS NEBRASKA GAS CO office explams
how Ihe Moore Curculahng hea+er operafes
Bob WaH' and Elame Spencer explaun Ihe defalls
and requnremenfs of Ioan malung +o LaVern Lee
Thus ns a+ Ihe ALLIANCE C B 8: O EMPLOYEES
FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
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John Nielsen wafches m+en+Iy as Kerlh Jacobs
cu+s slices of choice meal Mrs J M Jenluns and
Mrs BeHy Prerss olher employees of IDEAL
FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Ioolc on
John Maloney and Darrell Craug mus+ be plan
mng +o buy a new surf Joe Fischer of PENNEY S
shows 'Ihese boys a Mlx Mafch surl I+ has a
laclcel' wulh ma+chung pan'I's and con+rashng ones
Shlrley McFaII and Rulhle Nason confemplafe a spun In +he I956 Bulclr Cenfury
'four door Ruvlera found al' DINGMAN S BUICK MOTORS When be'H'er cars are
bullf Busclc will bullcl Ihem
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'lruclung operahons These gurls should be able +o gave an nnlereshng reporf on lhus
JOHNSONS TRANSFER IS locafed on fhe Hemlngford Highway
Vnrguma Cox as represenhng fhe Y +eens as she
buys candy for fhe Snack Shack JoAnn Corp
of 'Phe GRANTHAM CANDY CO explains ihe
Some moihers will be surprised and pleased when
Jim Dye and Dale McCawley presenf fhem wilh
Weslinghouse elecfric ovens, purchased from
Harlow Hiner al' ALLIANCE HARDWARE
Mason Morrull and Kay Sfenberg seem +o be
havmg a serlous dnscusslon on moiel managemenf
Kay wull learn all abouf how 'lhe MORRILL
MOTEL IS managed
Kay McCar+hy "ohs and ahs" over +he beau+y
of +his Ricemore alpaca, shor+y coal' shown 'lo
her by Sherry Benda In LENLA'S STYLE SHOP.
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Card +0 Mfg Guy Elder ai- +I-ye ALLIANCE fo fheur childhood an NEWBERRYS new second
THEATER while Don Muller wan'rs pahenily n HOOP' i0Y Cl9P6I"fm9f1f
George Hofmann gels prompf a'Hen+ion from +he friendly a'Hendan+s a+ CO-OP.
Harold Kirchner fills fhe fanlc while Lyle Sfone washes +he windshield.
lmpressing Jeanenne Slilley wi+h a bouquel of ln Chuck BriHan's office, Bernice TripleH explains
mums is easy for Wade Kemper when fhe flowers +o Cynihia Shay and Morris Lance fhe advanfages
Come from +he ALLIANCE FLORAL COMPANY, of an insurance policy wifh BRlTTAN'S INSUR-
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NASH and TEXACO CORNER SERVICE STA of pannf' David Nepper and Archie Lawrence
TION The bes+ of cour+eous service and prompf purchase a can of Marhn Senour Paln+ from Mr
aH'en+uon are received here Scoggun af SCOGGINS PAINT and WALL
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Dick Dennon Insfens fo all fhe de'I'alIs as Vic Meyers explains fo him all +he advaniages
of Conoco Super Mofor oil. Siop in a+ MEYERS CONOCO.
James Ball needs a Ianiern for his camping +rip. Melvin Sfeggs has already picked ou+ wha+ he
Here, Margaref Berry shows him a Rail-vac wanfs 'for graduaiion. Here, Mr. Mellecker, of
Hunier Lanlern a+ STICKNEY'S AUTO SUPPLY KISSACK'S OFFICE SUPPLY, shows him various
COMPANY. brands of iypewrilers.
Preparnng for coIIege7 Loulse Becker IS shown a formal a+ ZOELLNER S un 'rhe women s
deparfmenf upslalrs Helpmg her decade on a cholce ns clerk Emma Berry
Beauly ls Only Skun Deep doesn 'I apply 'ro +he Afler a sahsfynng meal Gladys Jensen Darlene
l956 3 60 Co+al,na four door PONTIAC Bgb Schwaderer and BeHy Laursen vnew +he ar+ col
Muske learns 'Ihls from Mr Proper who explains IGCIIOH al' 'Ihe DRAKE HOTEL CAFE
Ihe new hugh compression molor Io hlm
Seamslress and Tailor Chunk Long and John
MacNueII examme Ihe Necchl supernova sewing
machine demonsfrafed by Mr Woods I
WOOD S SEWING MACHINE SHOP
Duck Markoff and Erme Perez fhunk of Ia+er years
as Ihey view Ihus Maylag gas range Darlene
Fosberg employee of Nebraska HY DRO GAS
INC explains how 'Ihe s'Iove works
Mr and Mrs Ushno of 'lhe ALLIANCE CLEAN Leonard Thompson Howard Herlan and Kenny
ERS explam 'ro Shlrley Case and Dale Wllls why Henan learn lhe fundamenlals of reslauranl'
Sla nu makes your olo+heg look newer longer managemen+ from Mr Merrll+ of +he A8rF CAFE
WILLARD ANDERSON explains has posnhon as Jerry McDonald plans +o pul' new 'lures on his
lncome Tax Consullanl +o Alluance Hugh School lalopy Jesse Sanchez of POLLOCKS TEXACO
sluclenl Bob Howard STATION shows Jerry a new Fnreslone hre
Mr Dave Walker of WALKER FUNERAL HOME fhunks aboul 'lhe composuhon of
'lhe l955 56 Bulldog Annual ad he wlll purchase from Sally Saylor and John Maloney
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selecf a frame from fhe large selecfuon In has and Norma Foskef as flwey loolc af fhe 56
new dnsplay cases found a+ fhe ALLIANCE Chevrolef In BORRORS new home
A perfecf guff for Ins glrlll Bruce Brosf purchases a Perry Como So Smoofh album
from Harold Dlvme af fhe FINECY MUSIC COMPANY A record album pleases
every one for any occasuon
Cliff Gregory as explaining an Insurance polucy fo
Janice Sclwwaderer and Connue Fales T C
GREGORY INSURANCE Class 25 4I6 W
3rd Phone l8O0 Insurarce Alone ls Our
Enloymg flue relaxung comforf of fhe new Flex
Sfeel Sequence davenporf af BRAZEAL FUR
NITURE CO are Jane Barger and Carmen
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savings a counf al' lhe BUILDING AND LOAN some heavenly perfume by Dana Nohce 'Phe
ASSOCIATION are Larry Johnson and Tim smile7 Musl' smell good This can be found ai
S+ubbs THIELES DRUG STORE
lf ya aln+ eahn al ROMINES ya ainf ea+in say Doris Wessel Jack Falfar
Dallas Knapp, and Gladys Jensen. These sfudenfs are giving +heir orders lo Mr.
Bennie Fischer shows Karl Panwilz and Nancy
Rofh a beau+iful Trifari necklace sold exclusively
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Surprisingly enough, Mr. Knighl' frusled Punk
Cody and Wayne Wesfon in +he vaulf long
enough for him lo explain lhe fascinaling 'lime
lock a+ fhe ALLIANCE NATIONAL BANK.
Ellen Berg plans for her hope chesl a+ MONTGOMERY WARD 8: COMPANY
Here Mr Hansen helps Ellen puck ou+ a Monlgomery Ward elecfruc blankel
'harla Munger and Georgla Todd wlll be brlghf The Chrysler New Yorker S+ Regls I5 a new
and clean ln lhelr clofhes Mrs OHoway IS hand dream CBI' Nancy Tl'l0fT'l6S and J0n Hall VISIT'
mg fhem They are cleaned by lhe Sanrlone A H JONES +0 elfifnlne l'l1e l956 model
process al' KEEP U NEAT
Ted Smnlh and Frank S+arln learn how +9 use a ABE A DURYEA real eslafe Bndl Insurance
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Perhaps fhey plan 'lo become news commenlafors Elalfle Benren Here 5l'l9 5'9"'5 llle '3PPl'Cal'0fl
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Rosemary Keenen of MELVILLE LUMBER CO an Alliance Bulldog swea+shlr+ from John Manewel
shows Jaclc a sample of Lanundall al PETE S ARMY SURPLUS STORE
Jim McCar'lhy explauns fo his daughler Kay fhe Shirley Koozer plans and budgels a meal Here
yard and pen capacu+y a+ ihe s+oclzyards of ihe Wally Klrchhoff of ihe BASKETERIA MARKET
ALLIANCE LIVESTOCK COMMISSION COM helps her selecl' 'lhe mosl cholce vegelables
Perhaps Sandy Lammon as planning +o become a gas s+a+uon aHendan+ W1+h Wayne
Hashman she sludues fhe gas prices a+ SCHOMMER S TEXACO SERVICE STATION
mal+ 'For +he hungry observer Bull Muller MACK S
DAIRY KING us +he place +o go for refreshmenf
John Sfarlx admlres 'rhe collechon of Nebraska
Brand Aga+es +ha+ Bull Zeng as showing hum
ZEIG has many more s+ones In hls museum
Earl Osborne and Sharon Taylor admire lhe
Masfercrafl' Furnllure a+ ECONOMY FURNI
TURE Bull Beclrer +ells 'lhem abou+ fhe fune qualify
of +hls merchanduse
COMPANY explams lhe use of a level 'I'o ln+er
esfed if somewhaf perplexed lus+eners Bull Hesse
and Connie Johnson
Al Koch of fhe 7 UP BOTTLING COMPANY
explalnlng lhe boH'le falling mechanism on +
compllcaled machune 'lo Don Boness
Janice Wln+en piclcs oul' a beauhful gill for a
special person a+ MODE O' DAY Mrs Noreen
shows her a whrle, rose sfudded half slup
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Rooms and servnce III for queens can be ob+auned
aI' 'Ihe FRONTIER MOTEL Carolyn ToIIman and
Shnrley Marsh relax In The Iobby
Merle Lore may be ln+eresIed In going Info Ihe
radlo repair business Lew WoIIas+on explains 'Io
hum how 'Ihe raduo Iesf equlpmen+ IS used aI'
WOLLASTON S RADIO and TV REPAIR SHOP
Jeanine Lawrence and Nola Nay survey 'Ihe
press a+ BEDIENT LITHO as Gene Pedersen ex
planns Hrs mechannsm Mr Beduenf as local repre
sen+ahve for our annual
Nell Colerlclr demons'I'raI'es Ihe new Iorslon
Ieveler of 'rhe Packard Clipper Io Ardu+h Pe+erson
who ns examunnng Ihe Packard af NEIL S SERVICE
For a bug dance and an lmpor'I'an+ da'I'e Clarece
Templefon and Marylean Thomas musf have new
lewelry Here DoroI'hy E MlIIer shows I'he gurls
Ihe bes'r a'I MILTON S DRUG STORE
A+ HOWARDS SHOE STORE Marilyn Hanna
and Bonnle Henderson debafe on Ihe choice of
a dress shoe for a special occasion Choice IS
hard when you can choose from so many pre'Hy
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CLOTHING HOUSE from Ken Laursen They will
be gnven by Ruby Chuck and Pa+ Curry
These boys are having a hard 'hme keeping 'them
selves from domg more +han Ius+ looking a+ 'fhe
ples baked al DEE LITE BAKERY Russell Finch as
showmg Len Thompson and Ken Henan how +hus
Cenfury oven operafes
A bl+e +0 eal af+er an exclhng game George
Kncken and Wnlefla Hol+hus fund I+ hard lo choose
from all lhe good fhmgs +o eal al' DlCK'S CAFE
The facls aboul' fhe new I956 Cusloms four
derson and Shurley Lewns lnsfen In awe as John
Cover lells abouf 'lhls car found a+ COVER
Marlene Johnson clerk al HOLSTENS DRUG
STORE assusls In +he purchasung of a gnf+ Janef
Farrmgfon ponders over all lhe nlce lhlngs and
fmally decades on Charles of +he Rl'rz cosmehcs
"Jus+ whal l've been lookmg for" IS 'rhe happy
expressnon of Joyce Hansen as Ray Brake of
F8fM BOOTERY shows her +hus shoe Joe Malls
gives has approval
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cholcesl round sfealcs Don Garre'H of MISSOURI
MARKET helps hum choose his s+ealxs Howard
musl be planmng a parly
Graduahon IS lusl' around 'rhe corner Marlorle
Averull examines +he new colored Royal fype
wrn+ers af NEBRASKA TYPEWRITER Mlss Jean
Hoag explams cfs meruls and Marlorue says If
would be her choice for a glf+
These gurls have an eye for pre++y clofhes Pal'
Donovan and Bonnue Henderson survey fhe pariy
dresses In L B MURPHYS Hs very lalrely fha?
+hey wall leave wn+h a purchase
The blueprun+s of fhe Presbyferlan Church are
fhe cen+er of lnferesf here Henry Fl'ICke of
FRICKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY explauns
'Them +o Pai Cooper
Wow' Duck Pollard exclaums over 'rhe beaufy Wrlh smnlmg couriesy Clay Merrlclc fllls a
of +hus sugnef rung shown +o hum by Mr Scoggln prescrnphon for 'lwo s+uden+s Louuse Beclcer and
In SCOGGIN S JEWELRY STORE Marvun Kmgry MERRICK S DRUG STORE IS
'lhe place +o full +hose prescriphons
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Ed Essay explains fo Jam Clark fhe worlong order
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