Alliance High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Alliance, NE)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1959 volume:
!THE 1959 BULLDOG. . . THAT EACH MAY CHERISH HIS FREEDOM . . .
The seasons change; the months grow into years; the years roll into decades, but year in and year out, A.H.S. students mature in freedom’s climate. Well nourished democracy is a trademark of A.H.S. The memory of this democratic way will encourage graduates to protect the freedom enjoyed through public education.Dear Mrs. Nelson,
We appreciate the contribution you have made to us, as students, and to Alliance High School. There are few who have graduated from A.H.S. during the years of your tenure who have not known your instruction. Your record of service includes teaching girls’ physical education and mathematics. In addition to these classes for eleven years you have sponsored our annual, THE BULLDOG.
Our school and our community are proud of THE BULLDOG. Under your guidance, this annual has achieved an All-American rating the last three years. Without the standards of excellence set by you, this recognition could not have been earned.
The students of your classes feel this same high standard of performance is required of them. We are realistic enough to know that we need the incentive; without it we would wander.
There is no record of the hours you have spent encouraging us to do our best, but they are many. For your service above and beyond that required, we say thank you. In sincere appreciation for your devotion to the students of A.H.S., we dedicate the 1959 BULLDOG to you.
Annual StaffTHAT PUBLIC EDUCATION MAY FLOURISH . . .“Hail to our Alma Mater.
OPENING SECTION ....... 1
ADMINISTRATION ............ 14
JUNIORS ................... 26
SOPHOMORES .............. 32
CONCERT BAND . .. 42
CLUBS .................... 44
TRACK .................... 82
FAVORITES ............... 88
5... TO SHELTER WORTHWHILE LEARNING .. .“Caught Studying”
With thought of college years ahead, Wally Seiler digs in.
Lorraine Holthus has found working on the SPUD a practical experience in journalism.
Proud of their academic achievements, students find studying the most important business in school. Learning is the key that unlocks the door of the future. In A.H.S. the individual needs of each student are considered and each is encouraged to plan a well-balanced course of study.
A person has to learn that he can’t fool our office secretary, Mrs. Margaret Copple, and the school nurse, Mrs. Thelma Merritt.
7“Catch That Ball!"
Student referees are trained for leadership in Miss Nona Woodhams physical education classes
“Hand up those streamers, Dick Thomas,” says Pat Rust. Tonchita Carpenter offers a Coke to each for his appreciated leadership.
Here are some A.H.S. leaders. They are participating in school activities. Opportunities for leadership are many and range from classroom activities to highly organized extracurricular events. In A.H.S. each student is encouraged to develop his capacity for leadership. Nearly all students participate in extracurricular activities.
... TO ENCOURAGE CONSTRUCTIVE LEADERSHIP . ..
says Jerry Beagle. Mrs. Merdinger’s students leam Parliamentary procedure through actual practice.Within the walls of A.H.S. students discover the meaning of loyalty. Loyalty to our school, loyalty to higher ideals, loyalty to our flag and country, loyalty to those principles upon which our nation was founded and grew strong—all are discovered.
“Let Me In!”
These boys loyally uphold the traditions of A.H.S. and inspire all students to support the team.
“Loyal Office Assistant”
This office, the nerve center of A.H.S., maintains an actual interest in the progress of each student. Karin Frost is one of the many student helpers.
. .. TO ENCOURAGE DEEP-ROOTED LOYALTY . ..
Helen McDonald, president of Y-Teens, and J. D. Smith, president of Hi-Y, discuss plans for the Easter Sunrise Service.TO PROVIDE WELL-EARNED LEISURE“That’s in the book!”
Karen Brock and Denny Christensen gain gold nuggets of wisdom from reading during their leisure hours.
A.H.S. offers a variety of leisure time activities that can satisfy the interests of nearly all the students. The choice is yours: athletics, music, journalism, Hi-Y, Y-Teens, dramatics, F.F.A.—all are organized activities. Some prefer to fill leisure hours with personal projects; A.H.S. offers guidance here, too.
Kirby Dunsmore’s leisure hours with his radio bring him great satisfaction.
“Ah, Found It!”
It takes much leisure time to restore order to Sharon Henkel’s locker.
13BOARD OF EDI CATION
Left to right: Mr. A. T. Reddish. Mr. M. W. Felton. Mr. Kirt Smith. Dr. R. J. Morgan. Mr. E. L. Neuswanger, Mr. J. W. Keebaugh.
SCHOOL BOARD MESSSAGE ...
Speaking for the Board of Education. I extend our congratulations to each student who has achieved another year of formal education.
High quality of education to which we must aspire in these times cannot be achieved without sacrifice. The cost of education is great, but so are the benefits. The benefits of good education, the strength it imparts to us as individuals and as a nation, were never more important or more needed than now.
Let us all assume our responsibility as members 'of this community and continue to preserve and maintain our great heritage of public education.
Mr. Kirt Smith
President. Alliance School BoardADMINISTRATION DIRECTS OUR PROGRESS
Mr. Morrison, superintendent of schools, and Mr. Bruce, principal of senior high, have one of their many conferences which make the wheels of A.H.S. go around.WE APPRECIATE THEIR
In keeping with the recent upsurge of interest in academic courses. Alliance High School has
raised its graduation requirements. Every student is required to take four academic subjects per semester.
These courses are required:
Four years of English Two years of mathematics One year of American History One semester of civics
Our school offers four years of English, mathematics, science and social science. College-bound students are encouraged to take a foreign language.
MRS. GENEVIEVE MERDINGER. M.A. Senior English
MRS. WILAMENE COX. B.S. Junior English
MISS SONJA PAULSEN, A.B. Sophomore English. Journalism
English teachers use the dictionary, too.
MR. BARRY SMITH, B.S. Geometry
MISS LILLIAN BURNS, M.A. Geometry, Advanced Algebra, Trigonometry
MRS. ALICE NELSON, A.B. Algebra, General Math, Yearbook
Sobriety has its virtues.GUIDING HANDS
MR. ED BROWN. A.B.
MR. FRED PETERSEN. A.B. Chemistry, Physics
Two science teachers or three?
MR. ED BEDELL, A.B. World History. Gvics
MR. NORMAN LARSEN, B.S. Civics
MR. DON WHEELER, B.S. American History, Gvics
“One for all and all for one
MR. GEORGE BERVER. A.B. Spanish, Sophomore English
MISS SENA ADEN. A.B. Latin
Como esta usted?
17TO THEIR UNTIRING EFFORTS
Our students may choose from a wide selection
of subjects which enrich our curriculum. Some of these courses offer practical and useful training for the present and the future, while others supply enjoyable, cultural benefits.
Every student has the opportunity of availing himself of the special services.
Commercial Courses Vocational Agriculture Home Economics Industrial Arts Band and Choir Physical Education Driver Education
MR. BYRON NELSON, M.A. Industrial Arts
MR. KENNETH WARE, M.A. Vocational Agriculture
MISS VAE HOOVER, M.A. Home Economics, English
Byron Nelson tells of the visit he made to the Fiji islands while on his way to Australia as an exchange teacher last year.
MR. WAYNE MAIER, M.A. Athletic Director, Mathematics
MR. ORVILLE HERRING, BS. Physical Education
MISS NONA WOODHAMS. B.S. Physical Education
Plotting to win another trophy.FALL
The leaves of life keep falling one by one.
- OMAR KHAYYAMWhen bright leaves drift to the ground in autumn, teenagers begin to dream of renewing their classroom associations. There is the excitement and thrill of attending football games, of watching the band parade on the field, of burning the “A”, of attending the Pep Club Formal, of sharing the solemnity of a Y-Teen ceremonial. Their dreams are of all the experiences that make school life enjoyable. The freedom to choose not only extracurricular activities but also school courses is their American heritage; it is theirs to pass to the future.
FALL HIGHLIGHTS ......................... 24
JUNIORS -......... — — 26
CONCERT BAND 42
CLUBS -...-....---...— 44
CHEERLEADERS -............... 53
21Lindy Amen and her hall decoration committee cleverly Our four lovely majorettes, Judy Wright, Jane Woodham. Kaye Schnurr, and
carry out the decoration theme, “Shoot for Space.” Julianne Hempel, brave freezing weather to lead the band through another
Shortly after the school year starts, even before the excitement of the “first days” fades, preparations begin for one of the most important all-school activities of the year—Homecoming.
Clubs and classes co-operate in building beautiful floats. The band prepares for the popular half-time performance. Suspense increases for everyone—“Will we win?” “Who will be Homecoming Queen?”
ROYALTY AND ATHLETES SHARE LIMELIGHT
The A-Club presents Queen Celinda Mounts and her attendants at the Pep Rally.It has been the custom for many years for the Pep Club to form a double “spirit line" on the football field before each game. As the cheerleaders lead the team through this aisle of girls onto the field, one can hear the Pep Clubs voices raised in cries for victory.
All students gather in the school auditorium for the Pep Rally, where they cheer for the team and excitedly await the crowning of the Homecoming Queen.
For the second year in a row. the Class of ’59 wins first place with their float. This year with the “heavenly" creation the senior class theme was “Bulldogs Will Shine." Adding extra beauty to the float are senior class-members Judy Libsack and Sina Taylor.
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Tom Wright, Jeanie Sampson, Lindy Amen, and Rick Graham are shown in a scene from the Junior Class Play, “Who Dunit?”
Alex Arlington Miss Jenkins Muriel Isabelle
Vivian Oiiell George Brewster
Tom Wright Linda Keno Lindy Amen Jeanie Sampson Rick Graham
...... Jan Brice
Arthur Hudson Mac Regester Marlene Annable Kaye Schnurr John Sayre
VARIETY CHARACTERIZES LATE FALL ACTIVITIES
As the autumn season -advances and only memories are left of Homecoming, school life settles into a quieter but continuous hum of activities. Special programs are offered in many classes; the Student Council introduces a Sadie Hawkins Day: clubs keep a busy schedule; the juniors give their class play. Before anyone is aware of the passage of time. Thanksgiving vacation has arrived.
United States Agronomist Charles Fenster and FFA members Ken Huck. Larry Craig. Dale Berry, and Monte Morrison examine a clodding machine as part of the Stubble Mulch Judging Contest. This contest was the first of its kind to be held in the United States.
24J. D. Smith takes advantage of Sadie Hawkin’s Day by making Veronica Austen carry his books. This day, welcomed by the male half of the student body, is climaxed with a dance in the high school gym.
Even year during Thanksgiving vacation the Hi-Y sponsors the Hi-Y Model Legislature, which is held in the Capitol Building at Lincoln. This convention is organized to teach Hi-Y members how Nebraska government really works. Members attending the legislature are, front row, left to right: Kay Hesse, J. D. Smith, Dick
Stephen , and Kirby Dunsmore. Second row: Bruce Warner, Tom Wright, Dan Contonis, and Bob Knight.
Mr. Carr and Mr. Jack Brittan give driver Chuck Rusk and Richard Bilstein special their reaction time and co-ordination in also includes an eye examination.
education students tesfs to determine driving. This testFALL FINDS JUNIORS CHOOSING CLASS RINGS
Lindy Amen Jeanine Anderson Marlene Annable Carol Applebv Shirley Appleby
Linda Ball Beverly Bartels Vaughn Bartlett David Beckhoff Eddie Behm
Linda Bennett David Booth Jan Brice Judy Burton Ronald Christensen
Dick Churchwell Bill Cier Stanley Corbett Wilma Covalt Carole Craig
Gary Craig Jim Cunningham Donald Deisch Paul Ditsch Howard DunsmoreSusan Ellis Jack Farley Susan Felton Steve Ferguson Polly Florez
Darrel Fischer Dan Furman Van Galloway Henry Garcia Sandra Garcia
Darla Gericke Jack Gies Karen Gilmore Mary Gomez Hichard Gonzales
SPONSORS- Vtr. Ed Brown and Miss Vae Hoover spend much time working with the junior class.
Exciting moments come to John Sayre and Shirley Appleby, as they select class rings from the catalogue.These smiling Junior Officers are, left to right: Jack Farley, Vice-President; Jary Phillip, President; Sharon Hamilton, Secretary; and Jeanie Sampson, Treasurer.
Ric Graham Rita Grau Colleen Griffith Sharon Hamilton Richard Hampton
Deanna Hanna Lynne Hanson Larry Harimon Dean Harris Madelyn Hawley
Bruce Herman Carolyn Herman Warren Herman Raymond Hesse Linda Hillyer
Dennis Hitchcock Charlene Hobbs Stuart Hoyle Arthur Hudson Carol Ann JohnsonKaren Kincaid Ivan Kinser John Koester Robert Koester Sonya Lammon
Sharon Lawrence Hallie Lore Doug Mackey Carol Mayes Kathleen McDonald
THE CLASS PLAY PROVES VERY POPULAR
Carol Miller Bob Mischnick Bobby Mundt Larry Nicodemus Ruth Nissen
Pam Nuss Boyd Nye Richard O’Brien Barbara Pepler Jary Phillip
Gary Piihl Sharon Powell Bill Regan Mac RegesterLinda Reno Mike Reuter Chuck Riggs Clarice Ritter
Francis Roe Karen Rolston Evelyn Kaye Russel Jeanie Sampson
Sandra Sanderson John Sayre Harvey Schnell Kay Schnurr
Dorothy Schwaderer Larry Schwaderer Stephen Shaw Judith Spillman Marcia Stackhouse
Dennis Stark Janice Stearns Sandra Steffen Dick Stephens Julia Stephens
Mike Stewart Joanne Stilley Larry Stinnette Kay Thompson Linda Tice
iDick Trabert Ted Underwood Steve Waldron Gary West Judy Wills
Bob Wilson Jim Worthley Judy Wright Tom Wright Charlotte York
THEIR SECRET PLANS PRODUCE THE PROM
Jeanine Anderson, Steve Beckoff and Susan Ellis cram at the last minute for one of Miss Burns’ Algebra tests.SOPHOMORES SHYLY ENTER HIGH SCHOOL
A. Allen L. Allen
D. Andrick J. Ashby
E. Auslen S. Barrett
R. Barry J. Bauer D. Bedient D. Behm T. Berry R. Bilstein R. Bolinger
B. Boness J. Brice R. Brooks
B. Brown J. Bushnell R. Camarillo
D. Caruthers M. Chandler L. Christensen P. Col bum B. Cole
C. Cole J. Coleman
B. Cook R. Comette J. Cotes R. Cowles G. Culp B. Dahl
J. Davis C» Edwards L. Evans R. Fagler J. Feese
D. Ferguson A. Florez
D. Garrett C. Ginn J. Gorder R. Graham
T. Hahn P. Hall
G. Harvey B. Heinlein J. Hemple
K. Herman J. Hitchcock
L. Howell C. Huck
L. Iversen C. Jaqua A. Jensen L. Jesse D. Johnson D. Jordon
S. Jordon G. Keane C. Keller J. Kettelhut D. Kinser 1. Knigge
G. Koester M. Koester R. Laursen A. Lawrence R. Lehl L. Liggett
K. Lincoln R. Loomis M. Lotspeich B. Lurvey S. Maguson P. Matejka
T. McCawley B. McCollam J. McFall R. McFall M. Meredith B. Merritt
These sophomore officers and sponsors carry the responsibility of class activities. Left to right: Sponsor, Mrs. Glarum; President, Eleanor Austen; Secretary, Doug Bedient; Vice-President, Konnie Herman; Treasurer, Richard Bilstein; Spftnsor, Mr. Wheeler.NEW THRILLS AND IDEAS OVERWHELM THEM
G. Miller R. Michnick R. Mischnick D. Moore L. 1 unger D. Myers A. Nace
P. Nelson M. Nuss J. Owens W. Oxford B. Perez C. Peterson J. Phillip
S. Phillip S. Phillips C. Pierce P. Reddish S. Regester M. Reno R. Reynolds
P. Rogers C. Rusk R. Rusk G. Rust S. Sallquist S. Schwaderer C. Sherlock
D. Shelter D. Shimp D. Smaha L. Smith L. Snyder R. Stark B. Stewart
L. Studt C. Stull A. Sutton D. Taylor P. Thiessen
K. Thomas B. Todd
L. Trout G. Trusscl J. Tucker J. Vallentine D. VanDusen M. VanKirk J. VonTour
W. Walston L. Wilkins B. Wilson P. Wright L. York D. Young C. Zaliares ■46.
The snappy A.H.S. Band adds a festive air to all Fall activities.HWH
Assistant Coach Don Crowder and Coach Dean Webb watch the team during a practice session.
“Inspired” is the word that best describes the Alliance Bulldogs in their 1958 season. While racing to five victories, three defeats and one tie, the Blue and White displayed determination and successful teamwork. The fine sportsmanship demonstrated by Coach Webb’s team in victory, as well as defeat, will be remembered by the entire student body of A.H.S.
DETERMINATION WAS THEIR BY-WORD
BACK ROW: Warren Herman, Dick Trabert. Roger Rusk. Lemoine Trout, Bill Wilson, Bob Koester, Ricliard Stull and Jack Farley. FRONT ROW: Dick Thomas, John Anderson, Larry Christensen, Ray Hesse, Dirk Stephens, John Moore, George Tutt, Jerry Beagle and Van Galloway.LOCALS STUN AINSWORTH
The Alliance Bulldogs got off to a good start by winning their season opener 38-6 at Ainsworth.
Although the Ainsworth team scored on the opening kickoff, they were held to two first downs for the rest of the game.
Alliance opened its scoring on a 25-yard pass from Hank Garcia to end Ray Hesse. Good passing by Dick Stephens and Hank Garcia figured in three of the touchdowns.
Good ball-handling and a strong defense was demonstrated by Coach Webb’s Bulldogs in their season inaugural.
MAROONS HUMBLE HOMLINGS
The Sidney Maroons ruined the Bulldog’s first home game of the season by a score of 13-7. The Maroons proved to be opportunists, as they managed to make the most of the Bulldog’s fumbles.
The only Alliance marker in this Western Conference game came on a two-yard sneak by Dick Stephens with Jerry Beagle’s place-kicking the extra point.
Defensive standouts were John Moore, George Tutt and Jary Phillip.
Dennis Stark and Bill Regan are the hard-working student managers for the Alliance Bulldogs.
BACK ROW: Les Reno. Walter Oxford. Chuck Rusk. Chuck Riggs. Jack Gies. Richard Gonzales, Bruce Herman, Ivan Kinser. FRONT ROW: Gary Lewis, Hank Garcia. Max Worley, Denny Christeasen. Rich Perez. Ken Lincoln. Jary Phillip and Jim Worthley.
37Alliance’s outstanding linemen are: Denny Christensen, Gary Lewis. John Moore. George Tutt, Jerry Beagle, Van Galloway, Jim Worthley and Jay Phillip.
BLUE AND WHITE BATTLE INDIANS
Ogallala and Alliance fought to a 0-0 tie in a thrilling Western Conference game.
The Indians were deep in Bulldog territory three times, but the Alliance defense stiffened' on downs on each occasion.
Alliance invaded Indian territory once during the first quarter, and again in the final period carried to the nine-yard line only to be stopped by the clock.
Although Ogallala controlled most of the play, the Bulldogs were strong on defense and displayed for the first time a determination that would carry them to later victories.
BULLDOGS TRIM NORTH PLATTE
The A.H.S. Bulldogs, playing one of their best games of the voung season, defeated North Platte with a score of 15-0.
I-ate in the second quarter. Rich Perez scampered nineteen yards for the first Alliance touchdown. A safety and another Perez touchdown followed by Jerry Beagle’s extra point accounted for the Alliance point total.
North Platte threatened only twice, but timely pass-interceptions by Coach Webb’s Bulldogs doomed both drives.
Max Worley was another offensive standout for Alliance, while John Moore and George Tutt bolstered the line.
Ray Hesse, Max Worley, Dick Stephens, Rich Perez and Hank Carcia strengthen the Bulldog backtield.CARDINALS BOW TO ALLIANCE
The Chadron Cardinals bowed to the Alliance Bulldogs 26-6 in a Parents’ Night feature.
The eager Bulldogs controlled plays throughout most of the game and displayed a successful passing attack.
The Cardinals managed to rack up only one touchdown which came on an 81-yard run in the third quarter.
Speedy Max Worley scored three times for the Alliance team and Quarterback Dick Stephens scored the final tally on a 3-yard pass from Hank Garcia.
George Tutt and John Moore, strong defensive standouts, held the Cardinals to three first downs.
Max Worley goes around end for practice yardage.
BULLDOGS CRUSH BISON
An enthusiastic Homecoming crowd saw the Alliance Bulldogs upset the McCook Bison 21-6.
The Bulldogs pulled away for an early lead by striking for two touchdowns in the first quarter. Both of the tallies came through the air. One was on a 10-yard pass from Dick Stephens to Lenny Christensen, while the other score was on a 17 yarder from Stephens to Hank Garcia. Max Worley scored the final touchdown for Alliance on a thrilling 95-yard sprint in the third quarter.
Although the Bison played a fine game statistically, they managed to score only once.
The Alliance line had defensive stalwarts in Gary Lewis and John Moore.
Denny Christensen punts on
KEARNEY RALLYS TO TRIP ALLIANCE
A determined Kearney club staged a second half comeback to defeat the Bulldogs 20-14.
Although the Alliance club piled up a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter, the Bulldog’s luck ran out and the Bearcats bounced back with a 55-yard run for a touchdown.
The second half was all Kearney. The Bearcats scored twice again to make the final score 10-14.
Ray Hesse and Hank Garcia were outstanding on defense.
a crucial play.
Blockers clear the way for team mate Hank Garcia.GERING BOWS TO LOCAL GRIDDERS
Alliance's Bulldogs stymied the visiting Gering club, and emerged victorious with the 27-6 score.
The Blue and White completely dominated play and exhibited fine defensive work as well as good passing.
During the first quarter of play, the Alliance varsity struck for three quick touchdowns and then added another in the last second of the half.
Gering scored only once. This touchdown came against the Alliance second unit.
Speedsters ffank Garcia, Ray Hesse and Max Worley paced the attack. John Moore, playing in the backfield for the first time, made a fine showing defensively and offensively.
A Bulldog deflects a Chadron pass in the end zone.
BEARCATS DOWN BULLDOGS
The unfortunate Bulldogs succumbed to the Scottsbluff Bearcats in the final game of the season.
This marker for the Bulldogs came on an 8-yard dive by Max Worley.
Scottsbluff was never in trouble during the entire game. The Bearcats scored after the game was only a few minutes old and never once let up on the outclassed Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs held the Bearcats to only two touchdowns in the second half.
Denny Christensen was the bright spot for Alliance with his excellent punting and running.
The Bulldogs scored only once during the long game.
BACK ROW: Bob Koester, Walter Oxford. Richard Reynolds, Steve Brooks. Jack Gies, Bill McCullam, John Owens and Coach John Carr. SECOND ROW: Jack Farley, Chuck Rusk, Roger Rusk. Lemoine Trout, Doug Young, Ron Christensen. Richard Gonzales. Ken Lincoln and Larry Christensen. FRONT ROW: Warren Herman, Bill Wilson, Bob Wilson, Dick Tra-bert, Bruce Herman, Les Reno, Chuck Riggs, Ivan Kinser and John Anderson.
Alliance „ 7
Sidney ......................... 13
North Platte 14
Alliance ....................... 28
Scottsbluff ..... 6
Alliance ........................ 14
Chadron .. ..................... 13
Alliance ...................... - 34
HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS
Jane Woodham Queen Cclinda Mounts Karin Frost
Margaret Clark Merri Moscrip
Football season would not be complete without the A-Club presenting its queen and attendants, chosen by a popular vote of the members of the club.AND THE BAND PLAYED ON AND ON
The Alliance High School Band, which deserves its Class “A” rating, has done outstanding work in the past concert season. This group contributes to the success of many special events during the school year, as Christmas Concert, Graduation, Baccalaureate, Spring Concert, Music Clinic, and Music Contest.
This group gave many colorful performances during halftime at football games. This year’s special feature was the trip to I aramie for Band Day. We are very proud of our band, because it was the only one from Nebraska participating in the Band Day program.
FIRST ROW. left to right: E. Austen, W. Covalt. W. Seiler. K. Thomas, W. Walston. SECOND ROW: J. Lake, J. Curtiss, D. Hanna, S. Lammon. L. Evans, J. Von Tour, J. Fodnes, L. Hanson. THIRD ROW: P. Rogers. S. Jordan, L. Tice, R. Nissen, K. Gilmore, A. Hudson, R. Romig. P. Thiessen. S. Stalos, D. Churchwell. FOURTH ROW: B. Davis, J. Kettelhut, D. Shetler, C. Johnson, J. Brice. Standing: M. Koester, J. Hemple, F. Roe.
FIRST ROW. left to right: S. Hamilton. K. Schnurr. C. Edwards. C. Zaliares. B. Merritt. SECOND ROW: V. Austen, D. Contoms, J. Brice. C. Sturgeon, B. Boness, J. Engelsgjerd, M. Moeller, J. Woodham. THIRD ROW: E. Tollman, L. Trout. R. Graham, R. Reynolds, F. Lepard, C. York. K. Thompson, L. Garrett, B. Bartels, J. Wright. FOURTH ROW': L. Studt, R. Cowles. STANDING: B. Wright. J. Stilley, C. Mounts, C. Griffith.
43The members are from left to right: Kenny Lincoln, Jan Ashby. Carol Mayes. Kaye Schnurr, Jane Woodham, Margaret Clark. Carol Kisicki, Sharon Hamilton, and Diana Smaha. Standing are: Tom Wright. John Moore, and Larry Garrett.
President Jane Woodham and Sponsor Mrs. Merdinger talk over some of this year’s activities.
It is an honor to belong to the Student Council since each Activity Room chooses only one representative.
The Student Council serves in many capacities. It assists the administration and faculty whenever possible, helps the administration promote the assembly programs, sponsors social activities, encourages cooperation withirr the school, and encourages harmony and friendship among the students.CLUBS REORGANIZE IN EARLY FALL
One of the most interesting ways to study about people is to study their language. Latin, though it is not spoken today, is an important language. The 18 members of Latin Club enjoy the language as well as the study of Roman Culture.
A student is required to complete at least one year of Latin to belong to the Latin Club. The highlight of the year’s activities is the Roman banquet held each spring; members observe ancient customs, wear Roman costumes, and eat food prepared in Roman style.
The members are, front row, left to right: Miss Sena Aden. Richard Graham, Mike Reuter, Peggy Rogers, Frances Roe. Middle row: Carol Mayes, Mary Lou Reno, Janet Hitchcock, Marilyn Koester, Lorraine F.vans, Carol Ann Johnson, Jane Gorder, Diana Smaha, Julianne Hemple. Third row: Kay Schnurr, Andrew Nace, Terry Hahn, Mark Lotspeich, Pat Jinks.Mrs. Glarum and Mrs. Myers, Y-Teen sponsors, spend many long hours organizing the Y-Teen program.
Senior Y-Teens are junior members of the YWCA. This group of 171 high school girls is the largest Y-Teen club in the state. Every girl in high school is eligible to join it and enjoy the benefits of this world-wide organization.
The girls participate in a well-rounded program which consists of interesting and varied activities. Highlights of the program this year include: the Patteran, the World Fellowship, Fun Flight Talent Program, special Christmas and Easter programs, Heart Sister Week and Caira.
Responsible for the success of this club are the cabinet member1-. They are, starting with the left side of the table? President Helen McDonald. Barbara Merritt, Merri Moscrip, Linda Tice, Janice Engelsgjerd, Diana Smaha, Carol Ann Johnson, Pat Jinks. Carol Kisicki, Jane Wood bam, Karin Frost, Susan Felton, Jeanine Anderson, Jane Gorder. Standing are: Rita Grau and Sharon I awrence.
46SERVICE IS THEIR MOTTO
The Senior Hi-Y is a branch of the Young Men’s Christian Association whose purpose is to create standards of Christian character throughout the community and school.
The highlights of this year’s program of educational and social activities include: Hi-Y Model Legislature held annually in Lincoln, Hi-Y Ball, Sweetheart Dance, and the Hi-Y Y-Teen Easter Sunrise Service.
47BOYS CLUBS ARE ESSENTIAL TO A.H.S.
A-Club is an honorary club made up of boys who have won a major letter in one of the school sports. Its membership is also based upon loyalty, sportsmanship, scholastic ability and performance in actual competition. Crowning the Homecoming Queen during the half of
the Homecoming game is an exciting moment for the A-Club. They also enjoy other special events such as the A-Club Athletic Show and Banquet for all athletes. They crown the year’s activities by attending the All-Sports Day at the University of Nebraska.
Left to right are: Dick O’Brien, Larry (.arrett. Max Worley, Mike McCarthy, Ray Hesse, J. D. Smith, Jerry Beagle, George Tutt, Tom Laing, Dick Stephens, Jary Phillip, Denny Christensen and John Moore. Kneeling arc Sponsors Don Wheeler, Bud Larsen and John Carr.F.F.A. boys are participating in a Stubble Mulch Contest. Standing are, left to right: Lloyd Howell, Monte Morrison, Ken Huck, Bob Boots, Larry Craig, Bob Mundt. Kneeling are: Haney Schnell, Dale Vaughn, Roger Lehl, Ted Underwood, Dale Berry, and Doug Mackey.
F.F.A. is an organization made up of agriculture students who plan to participate in farming and ranching. The year 1958-59 has been an active one. John Reitz of the local chapter was selected as one of Nebraska’s four All-American Farmers. Alliance played host chapter for the District Land Judging Contest. District F.F.A. contests were used as an experimental group in the development of the Stubble Mulch Contest and this became the first group in the United states to conduct such a contest. Seventy-one attended the Annual Dad-Lad Pheasant feed while over 100 participated in the Annual Parent and F.F.A. Banquet.
President Harvey Hoff and Sponsor Mr. Ware discuss many of the coming activities in F.F.A.Hard at work preparing copy for the BULLDOG are Unda Lewis, Irene Vargas, Carol Scoggin, Barbara Merritt, Linda Tice, Marta Jean Myers, Hallie Lore, Arthur Hudson, Mrs. Alice Nelson, and Bob Knight. Mrs. Nelson is the adviser and Miss Sonja Paulsen is the critic.
Enterprising journalists gain practical experience by writing for the SPUD, our bimonthly school paper, and by working on the annual. Miss Sonja Paulsen, journalism instructor, is the SPUD adviser. Mrs. Alice Nelson is the faculty adviser for the BULLDOG.
Working on advertising for the BULLDOG can be fun, judging from the facial expressions of these students. They are, left to right: Dick Church well. Bill Webb, J. D. Smith, George Tutt, Bob Wright, Pat Jinks and Judy W'right.Active in A.H.S. is the Quill and Scroll, national honorary society for students who have met required journalism standards. Under the leadership of Merri Moscrip, president, the Quill and Scroll society has edited a handbook for A.H.S journalists. Mrs. Alice Nelson and Miss Sonja Paulsen are the sponsors of Quill and Scroll.
Merri Moscrip, president, smiles as members of Quill and Scroll give her their suggestions for a handbook. Pictured are, left to right: Rich Nelson, Marta Jean Myers, Bob Retke, Merri Moscrip, Denny Christensen, Karin Frost and Bob Knight.
THEY KEEP STUDENTS WELL INFORMED
Writing is the most important part of working on the SPUD. The SPUD staff this year includes, second row, left to right. Rich Nelson, feature editor; Sharon Lawrence, club editor; Miss Sonja Paulsen, adviser. First row: Dean Harris, business manager; Ixirraine Holthus, editor; and Marta Jean Myers, associate editor.Planning one of the Pep Club’s many activities are the officers and sponsors from left to right: Karen Brock, treasurer; Marta Jean Myers, president; Miss Paulsen, sponsor; Cleone Sturgeon, vice-president; Miss Woodhams, sponsor; and Dixie Rader, secretary.
A.H.S. PEPSTERS KEEP SPIRIT BURNING
Almost every girl in Alliance High belongs to the Pep Club, one of the most popular organizations in school. The enthusiastic members encourage and cheer A.H.S. athletes on to victory.
The Pep Club actively participates in Homecoming by decorating halls and providing prize money for the winning floats. An annual attraction, the Pep Club Formal, was held in mid-winter by the club. The theme
for the social event was “Winter Wonderland.”
In early Spring, the Pep Club sponsors a semi-formal dance and later in the year, a banquet is held to announce the cheerleaders for the new year. The final activity sponsored by the club is a rally at which senior lettermen are presented with certificates of achievement and the officers for the coming year are presented by the retiring officers.AHS CHEERLEADERS
JOY THOMPSONThe glistening white snow blanket creates a fairyland on the western plain. Students welcome the coming of winter The season brings the out-door pleasures of ice-rink, the exhilaration of sledding in the nearby sandhills, the thrill of fishing through the ice, and the experience of walking briskly down a snowy street hearing the crunch of snow under each foot and seeing a cloud of breath suspended in the frosty air. With the cold comes increased vigor and vitality.
When the weather drives all indoors, the pleasures of inside activities offer diversion. Basketball reigns supreme in the world of sports. The gym is the hub of activity, both for the players and for the fans. During the winter months clubs for both boys and girls present interesting and informative programs. Most students take a part in Y-Teens or Hi-Y or F. F. A. or Pep Club or the language clubs. There is room for all. By now students have settled into a routine of work and play. Time moves steadily through the deep winter months.
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54 WINTER — “o.wind.
If winter comes, can Spring be so far behind?”
—PERCY SHELLERColorful, dangling snowflakes, glittering icicles, skaters’ silhouettes, snowmen . . . these all combine to make a “Winter Wonderland” for dancers at the Pep Club Formal.
HOLIDAY SPIRIT FILLS THE AIR
The holiday spirit of December is reflected by the gala Pep Club Formal, the “star-studded” Y-Teen Orpheum, State Music Clinic, and many other festive winter activities and projects. At the beginning of the new year, the welcome Christmas vacation gives way to the whirl of school life again. A-Club initiates suffer for a week. FFA speakers start practicing, and students cram for semester tests.
Judy Bushnell and Sharon Jordan act as refreshment-selling “stewardesses” at the Y-Teen Orpheum. which this year has the theme “Fun Flight.” The Orpheum is an annual, popular program of school talent.
6Students attending the-State Music Clinic this year are, hack row: Linda York,
JoAnn Mr Fall. Connie Sherlock, Jim Worthley. Jim Kimmel, Doug Bedient, Van Galloway, Celinda Mounts, and Jane Woodham. Front row: Wally Seiler, Francie Hoe, Tom Wright, Jane Gorder, Jan Engelsgjerd, and Carol Ann Johnson.
Robert Stark is the alternate and David Beckhoff is the speaker representing Alliance in the District 8 FFA Public Speaking Contest.
These weird-looking creatures are only Chuck Riggs, Bill Wilson. Dick Thomas, and Chuck Rusk, who are being initiated into “A” Club. The week-long initiation is fun for the whole student body to watch, and those boys who complete their initiation tasks are to be admired-Rich Nelson and Lupe Florez are only two of the many
A.H.S. students who spend much of their leisure time dancing.
The Hi-Y Sweetheart Ball, held every year around Valentine’s Day, provides a formal atmosphere in which couples can enjoy this popular pastime.
With one-half of the school year gone, seniors look back for a moment on the eventful first semester of their final year in .Alliance High, then turn their thoughts toward the future—spring . . . prom . . . graduation.
But many things happen before spring arrives. Late winter is the time for dances, basketball, the senior class play, the selection of a Court Queen, a Hi-Y Sweetheart, and a Polio King and Queen.
WINTER ACTIVITIES OCCUPY STUDENTS
The Alliance High Pep Band, directed by Mr. Don Harriss, adds color and enthusiasm to every pep rally and basketball game.The Y-Teens sponsor a Polio King and Queen Contest to raise money for the annual March of Dimes Drive. Students purchase two votes for each dime. This year the King is sophomore Jim Kettelhut and the Queen is Karen Brock, a senior.
Nearly every Friday or Saturday night finds the city auditorium packed with a basketball-minded crowd. A.H.S. enthusiastically supports its team, and the sport holds great interest for all.
Senior class members who presented the play “Arsenic and Old Lace” are, back row: Bob Wright. Jim Lake, Bob Retke, Jane Woodham, and J. D. Smith. Front row: Marta Myers,
Wally Seiler. Bob Knight. Merri Mos-crip, Bill Davis, and George Tutt.Left to right: Denny Christensen, Dick Stephens, Jim Worthley, Leroy Hines, Jack Farley, Gary Olson, Jerry Beagle, Ken Huck Ray Hesse, Jim Hettelhut, Hank Garcia. Student managers: Paul Nelson, Bill Regan, Dennis Stark.
Alliance ......... 2
Alliance . 78
Alliance ... 79
Alliance . 42
J 1 59
North Platte 0
North Platte .63
Coach Bud Larsen and Reserve Coach Don Wheeler.
.0In the 1959 season the Bulldogs, under the direction of Coaches Bud Larsen and Don Wheeler, constantly strived to better the records of previous seasons. The Alliance team steadily improved, but its efforts were not rewarded in the win-loss records as a result of losing several close games by less than four points. Although the losses were discouraging, the team’s willingness and enthusiasm displayed throughout the season, provided much excitement and interest for A.H.S. spectators.
Cary Olson sinks a two-pointer for the Bulldogs.
VARSITY IMPROVES PREVIOUS RECORD
Jim Kettelhut jumps in the free-throw circle for Alliance.Left to right: Jerry Culp, Larry Christensen, Allan Lawrence, Doug Bedient, Steve Waldron, Les Reno, Doug Young, Lemoine Trout, Tom Wright, David Van Dusen, Chuck Rusk, Tom Romick, and Steve Shaw.
RESERVES STRIVE TO MAKE VARSITY
1958 RESERVE SCHEDULE
Alliance 43 Gering
Alliance 55 Sidney------------------
Alliance .............. 48 North Platte
Alliance 43 McCook .................
Alliance 37 Mitchell----------------
Alliance 45 Sidney .................
Alliance 30 Scottsbluff
Alliance 49 Gering------------------
Alliance 57 Kearney
Alliance 44 Scottsbluff
Alliance 44 McCook -----------------
Alliance 54 North Platte -----------
Alliance 34 Torrington -------------
Alliance 39 Ogallala ...............
63WITH A SONG IN THEIR HEARTS
The Alliance Senior Choir is held in high esteem by students and the community. Spring Concert, Christmas Concert, Graduation, Baccalaureate, and various other functions would not be complete without the delightful performances of the choir.
All members of the choir especially enjoy the annual Scottsbluff-Alliance Music Clinic. The students enjoyed practicing for two days with the guest director, Richard Hoffland. The affair was climaxed with an evening concert which presented the entire group.
LAST ROW, left to right: C. Zaliares, B. Bartels, L. Garrett, V. Galloway, M. Moeller, E. Tollman, R. Rusk, J. Worthley, D. Contonis. THIRD ROW: L. Amen, C. Craig, P. Burback, M. O’dell, D. Trabert, T. Harriss, B. Dahl, T. Laing, SECOND ROW: J. Sampson, G. Johnson, L. Langmacher, L. Iverson, R. Roberts, L. Hillyer, C. Sturgeon, D. Shetler, S. Littrall. FIRST ROW: C. Scoggin, D. Smaha, R. Cornette, J. Gorder, J. Vallentinc, F. Roe, S. Sallquist.Choir Director MR. EICHENBEH ER
6Music, when soft voices die,
vibrates in the memory 9
LAST ROW, left to right: B. Russell, B. Davis, D. Garrett, J. Kimmel. D. Kozal, R. Perez, J. Hemple, L. Florez. THIRD ROW: T. Wright, W. Seiler, R. Brooks, J. Spillman, C. Stull, M. Koester, S. Ellis. SECOND ROW: R. Grau, B. Adams, J. Engelsgjerd, J. Lib-sack, S. Jordap, K. McDonald, J. Fodnes, J. Brice. FIRST ROW: L. Evans, J. Phillip, D. Craig, J. Anderson, C. Edwards, L. Reno,
Spring is a true reconstructionist —
— TIMRODAgain it is spring. The sun is warm and caressing. Earth stirs to clothe the hills and fields with a garment of green. This season brings not only a renewal of nature but also the climax of the school year. Students, who for twelve years have been sheltered, taught, disciplined, respected and enjoyed by teachers and friends, are ready to graduate to new experiences and responsibilities. Whatever the future may hold for each one, the days spent in A. H. S. will long be cherished as an experience in free, public education.
SPRING HIGHLIGHTS-------------------------- 80
TRACK AND INTRAMURALS 82
67WHO CAN FORGET THAT SENIOR YEAR?
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Hunting and Fishing Club, Latin Club, Choir, GAA Secretary and Treasurer.
Y-Teens, Pep Club Secretary, GAA, Cheerleader, Band, Orchestra, State Music Clinic, Brass Choir, Music Contest, French Horn Quartet, Hi-Y Sweetheart.
St. Agnes Academy, Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, GAA, Choir, Hunting and Fishing Club.
Hi-Y, A-Club, Football, Basketball, Track, Spud Staff.
St. Agnes Academy, Hunting and Fishing Club, Latin Club, Football, Regents Honorable Mention.
Hi-Y. FFA, County Government, Football, Basketball, Track, Boxing.
Hi-Y, FFA Treasurer and Vice-President, Football.
Pep Club, Y-Teens, GAA, Choir, Cheerleader, Spanish Club.
Pep Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, GAA, Cheerleader.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Pep Club Treasurer, Polio Queen.BRYAN BROST
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Student Council. Class Treasurer, Choir, Football, Track Captain, Boxing. Pep Club Attendant, Most Bashful Boy.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Latin Club, County Government, Choir.
Jerry Boness and Marcia Adams reign as the Prom Queen and King of 1958.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, A-Club President, Class Treasurer, Quill and Scroll Vice-President; Football, Track, Basketball, Western Conference, Football Team, Spud Staff.
Y-Teens, Pep Club. Student Council, Homecoming Attendant, Freshman Cheerleader.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, GAA.DAN CONTONIS
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Speech Contest, Choir, Track, Band, Orchestra, State Music Clinic, Pep Band, Brass Choir, Music Contest.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Student Council, Class Officer, Choir, Y-Teen Cabinet, GAA, Cheerleader.
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Junior and Senior Plays, Choir, Operetta, Football, Track, Band, Pre-Legislature.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, FFA, Track.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Track, Hi-Y Legislature.
Y-Teens, Pep Band, Latin Club, Choir, Band, Orchestra, Y-Teen Cabinet, State Music Clinic, Har-monaires.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, GAA, GAA Award.
FFA, County Government, Track, Football.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Student Council, County Government, Spud Staff, Y-Teen Cabinet, Operetta, Choir, Quill and Scroll Secretary and Treasurer, Homecoming Attendant.
Hi-Y, A-Club, Student Council, Football. Track, Choir Vice-President, Band Lieutenant, Operetta, Pep Band, Spud Staff, Harmonaires, Model Legislature, Orchestra, State Music Clinic.
Hi-Y, Football, Intramurals, Boxing.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir.
Choir, Football, Madrigal, Track, State Music Clinic, Special Music Groups, Intramurals.
DEWAYNE HEDGES ALLEN HECKMAN
WE REMEMBER PLEASURES AND SORROWS
Senior class sponsors, Mr. Petersen and Mrs. Cox, help produce plans throughout the year.SHARON HENKEL
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Chorus.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Choir, Football, Basketball, Track.
Hi-Y, A-Club, Student Manager, County Government.
HARVEY HOFF Lexington, Nebraska, Hi-Y, FFA Secretary and President, Regents Honorable Mention.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junioi Class Play, Choir, Spud Editor, Y-Teens Secretary, Y-Teen Cabinet.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir.
Minatare, Nebraska, Hi-Y, Choir, Football, Basketball, Track, FFA, FFA Secretary.
PAT JINKS McMANN
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Latin Club, Annual Staff, Speech Contest, Operetta, Choir, Y-Teen Cabinet, Girls State Alternate.
CAROL PETERS JINKS
Y-Teens, Pep Club, GAA.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Latin Club, Choir, GAA.
Bayard, Nebraska, Y-Teens, Pep Club, Band, Pep Band, GAA.
Hunting and Fishing Club, Hi-Y, Choir, Operetta, Orchestra, State Music Clinic, Music Contest, Har-monaires, Choir President, Orchestra President, Pep Club, Boyfriend Attendant.CAROL KISICKI
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Latin Club, Student Council, Y-Teen Cabinet, Reserve Cheerleader.
Hi-Y, Latin Club, Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Annual Staff, Annual Editor, Speech Contest, Spud Editor, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Model Legislature, Regents Alternate.
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Hi-Y, Junior Class Play, Student Council, Choir, Operetta, Madrigal, Track, Harmonaires.
Hi-Y , A-Club, County Government, Choir, Football, Track.
Hi-Y, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Student Council, Annual Staff, Class President, Speech Contest, County Government, Choir, Football, Basketball, Track, Band. State Music Clinic, Pep Band, School Paper, Regents Winner.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir.
Bayard, Nebraska, Y-Teens, GAA, Pep Club.
SOME OF US WERE OUTSTANDING STUDENTS
73SOME EXCELLED IN MUSIC AND ATHLETICS
Hi-Y, Football, Track, A-Club.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Annual Staff, GAA.
Y-Teens. Pep Club, Class Treasurer, Choir, Harmonaires, Farmerette.
Hi-Y, A-Club, Choir, Track, Football.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Choir, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teens President and Treasurer, GAA Treasurer, Regents Honorable Mention.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, GAA. Orchestra. Speech Contest, Annual Staff, Y-Teen Cabinet, Spanish Club, Spanish Club Secretary-Treasurer, Regents Honorable Mention, Junior Class Play.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Junior Class Play, Spud Staff.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Choir, Band, Orchestra, Pep Band, All-State Band.
Hi-Y, Hi-Y Vice-President. Student Council, Football. Basketball, Track, DAV Award, All-State Football, A-Club, A-Club Secretary-Treasurer.
Hunting and Fishing Club, Track, Football, FFA, Hunting and Fish-Club Vice-President.MERRI MOSCRIP
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Latin Club, Quill and Scroll President, National Honor Society, Annual Staff, Speech Contest, Y-Teen Cabinet, Spud Staff, GAA, Regents Honorable Mention, Homecoming Queen Attendant.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Spanish Club President, County Government. Choir, Operetta, Harmonaires, Orchestra, Band Lieutenant, State Music Clinic, Pep Band, GAA Vice-President, Homecoming Queen and Attendant.
MARTA JEAN MYERS
Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, Spud Staff, GAA, Speech Contest, Annual Staff, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Junior and Senior Plays, Pep Club President, Spanish Club, Regents Alternate.
The Senior class officers check over plans for graduation. They are: President, George Tutt; Vice-President, J. D. Smith; Secretary, Jane Woodham, and Treasurer, Bryan Brost.
Chadron, Nebraska. Hi-Y, Junior Class Play. Hunting and Fishing Club. Quill and Scroll, Choir, Track, Band, Spud Staff.
FFA, Football, Track, Hunting and Fishing Club.
Hi-Y, Choir, Football, Track, Band, Orchestra. Spud Staff, Intramurals.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, 'Choir Secretary.
Madrid, Nebraska, A-Club, Class Officer, County Government, Football, Basketball, Track, Glee Club, Junior Class Play.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Spanish Club, Choir, Operetta, Band, Orchestra, Pep Band.
Hi-Y, A-Club, Vice-President, Football, Basketball, Track, Band Captain and Sergeant, Pep Band, Pep Club Boyfriend.
Hi-Y, FFA, Student Manager.
Hi-Y; Hunting and Fishing Club, Basketball, Track.
Albuquerque, New Mexico, Pep Club, Y-Teens.
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
Hi-Y, Football, Track.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Pep Club Secretary, Choir, Freshman Y-Teen Vice-President, Y-Teen Cabinet.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Latin Club, Choir, GAA.
Hi-Y, Senior Class Play, Quill and Scroll, Student Council, Annual Staff, Class President, Regents Alternate
OTHERS GAINED RECOGNITION IN THE GROUP
Hj-Y, IAA Contest.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Football, Basketball, Track, Band, Fourth on Math Test.
St. Agnes Academy, Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Choir.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Choir, Girls’ Quintet, Choir Librarian.
Gordon, Nebraska, Y-Teens, Pep Club, Choir, GAA, Girls’ Glee Club.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, FFA.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Latin Club, Annual Staff. Choir, Glee Club.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Latin Club, Speech Contest, County Government, Choir, Operetta, Band, Orchestra, State Music Clinic, Harmonaires, Boys Quartet, Intra-murals, Best Actor—’58.
J. D. SMITH
Hi-Y President. A-Club, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Annual Staff, Class Vice-President, Speech Contest, County Government, Football, Basketball, Track, Regents Alternate, Model Legislature, Oratorical Contest, Science Club.
FFA, Intramurals, Boxing, Wrestling, FFA Project.RICHARD STULL
Hi-Y, County Government. Choir, Choir Prop. Manager, Football, Basketball, Track.
Y Teens, Pep Club, Reserve Cheerleader, Junior Class Play, Choir, Operetta, Band, Pep Band, Orchestra, State Music Clinic, Har-monaires, Pep Club Vice-President.
Y-Teens, Pep Club.
A-Club, Football Track
Y-Tecns, Pep Club, Cheerleader, Student Council Secretary, Annual Staff, County Government, Choir, Court Queen Attendant.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club President, Junior Class Play, Choir, Operetta, Madrigal, Track, Band, Pep Band, Choir, Property Manager, Harmonaires.
Seniors look toward the future wi ation and new inspiration. The is wide open and important made. No longer may they dream now they must make it.
78MOST OF US SAID GOOD-BYE, TOO SOON
Football. Basketball. Track, Glee Club.
Hi-Y, A-Club, Junior and Senior Class Play, Annual Staff, Senior Class President, Football, Basketball, Track. Regents Alternate, All Western Conference Honorable Mention, Science Club.
Hi Y, Football, Track, Art Award.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Annual Staff, Spanish Club, County Government, Choir, GAA President, Glee Club, GAA Award.
DALE VAUGHN Hi-Y. FFA, County Government, Track, FFA Sentinel.
Hi-Y, Model Legislature, Hunting and Fishing Club, Intramurals.
Y-Teens, Pep Club, Speech Contest, GAA.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club, Junior Class Play, Annual Staff, Football, Track.
Y-Teen Vice-President, Pep Club, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Latin Club Secretary, National Honor Society, Student Council President. Class Officer, Girls State, Choir, Operetta, Madrigal, Majorette, Band Sergeant and Lieutenant, Orchestra. State Music CLinic, Sax Quartet, Pep Band, Y Teen Cabinet, DAR Award, Homecoming Attendant.
Hi-Y Chaplain. Hunting and Fishing Club, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Football. Basketball, Track, Band, Sax Quartet, Dance Band, Pep Band.
St. Agnes Academy, Y-Teens, Pep Club, GAA.
Hi-Y, Hunting and Fishing Club Secretary-Treasurer, Junior and Senior Class Plays, Annual Staff, Speech Contest, Boys State Alternate, Basketball, Band. Regents Alternate, Science Club, Pep Band', Drum Quartet, Dance Band, High Scholarship Award.Seniors find that time really does fly. Before they know it, they look around and find themselves in caps and gowns, ready to graduate. Judy Hood and Bill Rochlitz, members of the Class of 59, prepare for the big night when they will receive their diplomas.
GRADUATION CREATES FLURRY OF EXCITEMENT
Spring brings a rush of last-minute activities. Juniors present the prom; officers, cheerleaders, and majorettes for the next year are elected; and final tests are given. The most important event of the spring is graduation. For three years the seniors have studied and participated in their many activities. Now comes the biggest “activity” of all. Caps and gowns, name cards, annuals, the strains of “Pomp and Circumstance”—all create a complex atmosphere in which any senior will one moment think joyfully, “At last I’m graduating!” but the next 'moment regret leaving.
Mr. Dick Shepherd and Mr. Bob Hyland are the student teachers from Chadron State Teachers College who have been with our faculty since early in the second semester.
80With spring comes warm weather and an urge to be outdoors. The GAA, sponsored by Miss Nona Woodhams, is no exception. These members arc deciding which team will be first up to bat in their softball game.
Already the juniors begin to assume the responsibilities that will be theirs as seniors next year. Jeanine Anderson is the alternate officer and Linda Reno is president of the Statewide Y-Teen Conference to be held in Camp Merrill, Fullerton, Nebraska, in July. This is the first year that Alliance Jiigh has had the honor of having officers elected from our school.BACK ROW: Dick Thomas, I arry Woehl, Dick O’Brien, Dale Vaughn. Jerry Beagle, Gary Olson, LeRoy Hines, Richard Stull, Steve Waldron, Coach Jess Borg and Coach Dean Webb. MIDDLE ROW: Coach Don Wheeler, Beanie Lawrence, Dick Montague, Max W'orley, Cal Peterson. Tom Wright, Brian Bros!, Dick Stephens and Van Galloway.
FRONT ROW': Mac Regester, Dick Trabert, Don Shimp, Jerry Boness, Hank Garcia, Ron Christensen and Dean Walker.
CINDERMEN ARRIVE WITH SPRING
Tension mounts as Cal Peterson nears the finish line during the two mile relay.
Scottsbluff Dual at Scottsbluff
Won by Scottsbluff
North Platte Triangular ................... at North Platte
Won by Scottsbluff
Sidney Dual at Alliance
Won by Alliance
Western Nebraska at Scottsbluff
Won by Scottsbluff
Alliance Invitational at Alliance
Won by Scottsbluff
Big Ten Conference at Kearney
Won by Scottsbluff
District Qualifying at Alliance
Won by Scottsbluff
State Meet ..................... at Lincoln
Won by Omaha Central
Western Conference at Alliance
Won by AllianceLeft to right are: John Moore, captain of the Kings Men; Andy Sutton, captain of the Saints; Richard Camarillo, captain of the Court Kings; and Ivan Kinser, captair of the Knights.
Sandy Leever and Roger Lehl wait for Coach Maier to blow the whistle before they go into action.
Kenny Lincoln stands by as John Moore demonstrates how to keep the eye on the ball. Orville Herring coaches the intramural basketball and golf.
The intramural program is set up for the purpose of giving boys who do not take part in inter-school competition an opportunity to participate in basketball, in golf, and in wrestling. Good sportsmanship and fair play are stressed in all of the meets.The Harmonaires are very popular with students and the community. First row, left to right: Diana Smaha, Jackie Vallentine. Frances Roe, Linda Hillyer, Cleone Sturgeon, Jeanie Sampson. Second row: Lindy Amen, Celinda Mounts, Jeanine Anderson, Jane Woodham, Janice Engelsgjerd, Judy Libsack, Carol Jean Miller. Standing: Jim Kimmel, Wally Seiler, Tom Wright, Jim Worthley, Ed Tollman, Roger Rusk, Van Calloway, Dick Trabert, Dan Kozal, Larry Garrett.
OUR DAYS WERE FILLED WITH LOVELY
These are the choir students who work behind the scenes, in order to make the organization run smoothly. They are, back row, left to right: Tom Wright, Judy Libsack, Jeanine Anderson, Celinda Mounts, Jim W'orthley. First row, left to right: Tom Laing, Dan Kozal, Jim Kimmel, Larry Garrett.
These students act as Section Leaders. They are, back row, left to right: Jane Wood ham, soprano; Jan Brice, alto. Front row, left to right: Wally Seiler, tenor; Van Galloway, bass.
The problems of discipline and government in band life are handled by the student group of band officers. Back row, left to right: Rich Perez, Ray Hesse, Larry Garrett. First row, left to right: Jane Woodham. Celinda Mounts, Janice Brice, Sharon Hamilton.
FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Mischnik, K. Schnurr, C. Sherlock, J. Brice, C. French, L. York, J. Cotes, D. Kimmel, C. Johnson. SECOND ROW, left to right: C. Sturgeon, S. Churchwell, L. Iverson, W. Seiler. W. Covait, C. Zaliares, B. Merritt, J. Edwards, J. Valentine, D. Hammer, B. Reno. THIRD ROW. left to right: L. Hanson, D. Contonis, R. Hesse, B. Bartels, J. Woodham, B. Langmacher, K. Hoff. FOURTH ROW, left to right: C. Mounts, J. Hemple, R. Romig, P. Theissen, S. Stalos, R. Reynolds, P. Lepard, R. Graham, L. Studt, J. Gorder, D. Bedient, J. Kimmel.REGENT’S SCHOLARSHIP Jim Lake
On the basis of a written examination the University of Nebraska awards a Regent’s Scholarship to each high school in our state. Jim Lake has the honor of receiving the highest score in the senior class.HIGH SCHOI.ARSHIP Merri Moscrip Bob Knight Each year the annual staff honors one senior boy and girl for high scholarship.
Marta Jean Myers
Bob Knight Bob Wright J. D. Smith George Tutt Bob Retke
These six students were awarded an alternate Regent’s Scholarship at the first semester honor assembly. Each received a score higher than the lowest winner in another school in the state.MOST REPRESENTATIVE
Vlcrri Moscrip Bob Retke
These students are chosen by vote of the senior class on the basis of service, leadership, scholarship and personality.
89PEP CLUB BOYFRIEND
Attendant Bryan Brost Rich Perez Attendant Jim Kimmel
The king and attendants of Pep Club are chosen by a popular vote of the club and presented at the annual Pep Club Formal.
90HI-Y SWEETHEART AND ATTENDANTS
Lindy Amen Veronica Austen Bev Bartels
The Hi-Y Sweetheart and her attendants are chosen by a popular vote of the club members. They are presented at the annual Hi-Y Sweetheart Ball.COURT QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS
Diana Craig Queen Kaye Schnurr Joy Thompson
For the first time the A-Club held a Court Day. At the evening basketball game these girls were presented as queen and attendants.
92WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT
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GANTZ, HEIN, AND MORAN, ATTORNEYS IDEAL FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS KENNEDY, DONALD, D.D.S.
L MANDELBERG AND SONS, INCORPORATED MURPHY, L. B. COMPANY NELSON, R. K., ACCOUNTANT NUSS, A. G., D.D.S.
O'BRIEN TEXACO POWELL MAYES DAIRY REX HAMBURGER SHOP ROSENBURGER IMPLEMENT STORE ROTH, OPAL, INS.-RL. EST. AND LOANS SELLECK ABSTRACT COMPANY TAYLOR, D. N., D.D.S.
THELMA'S SHOP WILDT INSURANCE WILLIAMS, W. B., D.D.S.
324 E. 3rd I Oth and Rack 311 l j Box Butte 823 East 3rd 917 L 3rd 202 W. 3rd 504 Flack 317 Box Butte 321 Box Butte 306 2 Box Butte 1003 W. 3rd 1041 2 W. 3rd 311 W. 3rd 416 Box Butte 224 Box Butte 619 Box Butte E. Tenth M9 W. 3rd 112 Box Butte Hemingford 1232 Emerson 118 W. 3rd Times Herald Building 311 Box Butte 116 E. 4th
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412 BOX BUTTE PHONE 162
LENLA'S STYLE SHOP
Congratulations to the Class of '59
NEWBERRY'S ACE HARDWARE COMPANY
Wholesale — Retail Paints — Glass — Appliances PHONE 38 402 BOX BUTTE
Homemade Candy Our Specialty Phone 354-J 406 Box Butte
Hamilton — Elgin Watches Feature Glo Diamond Rings
ALLIANCE THEATRE BLDG.
Did you say I could have the one I want, Dad? Carol Scoggin Mr. E. H. ScogginHOLSTEN'S DRUG JEWELRY
Phone 6 Alliance, Nebraska
Is it on sale too?
Linda Lewis Max Worley Hugh Poison
HAGEMEISTER'S Grain Feed Seed Telephone 192 HEMINGFORD, NEBRASKA Imperial — Chrysler — Plymouth Sales and Service A. H. JONES COMPANY 302 W. 3rd PHONE 51
If It's New, It's at the F M BOOTERY 305 Box Butte Phone 232 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA MISSOURI MARKET We are open seven days a week. 223 Missouri Phone 435 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKASCHOMMER'S TEXACO
Push Truck Battery Charge Tire Service Pick Up and Delivery
3rd and Toluca
For Distinctive Printing
We Feature DEBUS Enriched Bread
Distributed by Don Harris
HARRIS SALES CO.
323 W. 3rd PHONE 290
Great Northern and Pinto Beans Storing and Processing PHONE 1384 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
Authorized Sales — Parts — Service PHONE 188
Mississippi and East 3rd
Hiway 2 East
Owned and Managed by P. F. Foreman and S. Stubblefield 102 BOX BUTTE ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
Our Coffee Shop is open 24 hours per day.GUARDIAN STATE BANK
224 Box Butte Phone 44
Bryan Brost Jerry Lynass
This graduation is gonna break me!
See Us for Your FEED AND SEED NEEDS
We Specialize in
211 West Third Phone 71
Congratulafions to the Class of '59
The Light Refreshment
PEPSICOLA BOTTLING CO.
NO CHEYENNE PHONE 600Congratulations to the Seniors of 1959
BOX BUTTE COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
WILLARD ANDERSON ACCOUNTANT
109 W. 5 Phone 834 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
Clothing and Army Store Phone 1281 Highway 2
Good Food — Served Right 206 BOX BUTTE PHONE 31-W
How do you spell hamburger?
Edna Hansen George Tuff Alice SalisburyWe Give and Redeem GOLD BOND STAMPS Draperies Paint Interior Decorating Floor Materials
T. C. GREGORY, INSURANCE
"Insurance Alone Is Our Business" 416 W. 3rd Phone 1800 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
G. L. DAIRY KING
867 Belmont GEORGE AND LYDIA DUERKSEN
732 FLACK AVE.
Congratulations to Class of '59
MILTON'S SELF-SERVICE DRUG
Phone 132 214 Box Butte
We Give S H Green Stamps
For All Your Insurance Needs
ABE A. DURYEA
KUPER GRAU NURSING HOME
Phone 965 812 Box Butte
ALLIANCE, NEBRASKATENTH STREET GROCERY
214 W. 10 Phone 159 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
An apple for the teacher. Sina Taylor Lyle Stephens
Congratulations to the Class of '59
ALLIANCE ELKS LODGE 961
FRONTIER MOTEL HAROLD JOHNSON TRANSPORTS
Room Phones Box 1201 Phone 99
Air Conditioning ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
Steam Heat Transportation of Petroleum Products
1100 West 3rd PHONE 110 PHONE 749
Congratulations to LEW WOLLASTON
the Class of '59 Radio and Sound Service
ALLIANCE LUMBER CO. TV Repairs
PHONE 48 1020 West 3rd 208 WEST 3rd ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA
FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE
307 Box Butte Phone 143
Do clothes really make the man7 Jerry Nuss J. W. Keebaugh
DRESS RIGHT — YOU CANT AFFORD NOT TO
B%) STOP Best Wishes
In at Your Favorite o j to
Texaco Dealer 0 (J ZiXSL ° the Class of 1959
J. L. "OLEY" SAYLOR 0
TEXACO BULK PLANT BOTTLING COMPANY
1st AND TOLUCA 102 BIG HORN PHONE 119594 SEP ’58 Form 18
Teenage and Open Bowling Shoes Rented Free Instructions
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT
BOWL MOR LANES
Every One of Your School Needs
You Can Depend on Your LOCAL IMMEDIATE MEDIA 1 for 4
SERVICE — MUSIC — NEWS SPORTS — DRAMA "If It's Important, It's on RADIO" 0 Ask
Gifts for Every Occasion
ALLIANCE FLORAL COMPANY
322 BOX BUTTE TEL 151
Can Be Found at the
ELMER R. KISSACK CO.
115 WEST THIRD
What you do recommend for me? Marie Fanning Georgia Johnson
Complete Protection Fire — Auto — Casualty Real Estate 124 W. 4 PHONE 607
Complete Electric Motor Service, Wiring, Repairs, and Service; Electrical and Telephone Contractors.
Aerial Ladder and Winch and Pole Derricks Trucks
LOUIS HEINZ, JR.
Phone 53 HEMINGFORD, NEBRASKAALLIANCE NATIONAL BANK
Established in 1888 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA PHONE 3
Bill Edwards Claries Kuncl Bob Knight Jerry Feagins Mike McCarthy
BANKING BUSINESS A BIG BUSINESS
Your Independent Insurance Agent Fancy Calces Our Specialty
We Stand Behind Our Motto Pies and Pastries
"Your Protection Is Our Policy" Bread — Rolls
117 W. 3rd Phone 92
ADIER-HESTED BLDG. PHONE 190 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA v y rotrnr proper PONTIAC Pontiac Cars and Service GMC Trucks
Nationwide Trailer Rentals
224 CHEYENNE AVE. PHONE 292ALLIANCE C. B. Q. EMPLOYEES
Credit Union Serving Burlington Railroad Employees Exclusively
I saw the most beautiful hot-rod yesterday, but I don't have enough cash. Rich Nelson Harold Wingstad
WEST WAY MOTEL
CARL AND RUTH LAKE Owners-Mgrs.
DON AND OLGA'S ELM GRILL
AAA Approved Phone 1540 ON HIGHWAY 2 AND 19 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
ART BUCHFINCK, ABSTRACTER
Phone 463 224 Box Butte
Good Food and Quick Service ALLIANCE 1105 E. 3rdMERRICK DRUG
RENO BEAUTY SHOP
Prescriptions — Drugs
424 BOX BUTTE
Phone 1870 711 Big Horn
KANSAS NEBRASKA NATURAL GAS COMPANY, INC.
Floor Covering — Drapery — Furniture S H Green Stamps WILBUR HAHN, Prop.
Phone 1140 208 Box Butte
Complete Line of Gas Appliances
220 BOX BUTTE
See Us for the Finest in Clothing
Do I have to wear a tie with it? Mr. Catamero Bob KnightJACK AND JILL FOOD STORE
Quality Meats Our Family Canned Foods Dewey Fresh Produce
203 Box Butte
Corner of Black Hills and West 3rd PHONE 822
FRICKE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Congratulations, Seniors '59
ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA 816 W. 4 Phone 1275
HEMPEL MOBIL SERVICE
Sanitone Approved Service
Complete Line of
Petroleum Fuels Including Butane and Propane ED HEMPEL, Operator Phone 372 Alliance, Nebraska
GUARDIAN BEAUTY ACADEMY
• Hair Styling
PHONE 334 224l j BOX BUTTE
Mary Scoggin Lupe FlorezDry Cleaning at Its Finest Phone 681 Free Pick Up and Delivery ALLIANCE CLEANERS 2nd AND BOX BUTTE GROSS DRUG Congratulations Class of '59 HEMINGFORD, NEBRASKA
BECKER-McCULLOCK FURNITURE Phone 661 817 E. 3rd ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA "Furniture for Every Purpose . . . Every Purse" BASKETERIA GROCERY Quality Meats, Groceries, Produce ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA 1119 W. 3rd Phone 393
FHE - 2 R R-O-Y-A-L Portable Standard Electric WORLD’S NO. 1 NEBRASKA TYPEWRITER 109 E. 3rd They Can Buy Anything You Can Give Them, But Your Portrait ALLIANCE STUDIO DALE SLAYMAKER We Give Gold Bond Stamps 120 W. 3rd Phone 901
THIELE'S JEWELRY 306 Box Butte PHONE 121 Bf(coop)
724 West 3rd ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Cooperatives Are Community Builders
ALLIANCE BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION
302 BOX BUTTE PHONE 310
Please sign here.
Harriett Reuter Dale Berry508 Box Butte Avenue
AllianceIn the heart of the cattle country. THIELE DRUG
ALLIANCE LIVESTOCK Western Nebraska's Most Complete
COMMISSION COMPANY Drug Store
ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA Cosmetics Prescriptions
Phone 68 304 BOX BUTTE PHONE 12
Phone 1010 423 Box Butte
Sharon Morehead Mr. Harold Wood
423 BOX BUTTE AVE. ALLIANCE
Congratulations to the WE THANK YOU
Seniors of 1959 Thank you, Advertisers, for helping make
ARROW FREIGHT our annual possible. We have enjoyed
Phone 590 112 Black Hills working with you and hope we may con-
ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA tinue to serve you.
— The 1959 Bulldog StaffSTICKNEYS
Quality at Prices Everyone Can Afford Every type of auto parts 217 West Third Phone 256
Benetta Gray Walt Gics Fred Bering “Will you recommend this for cruising the Butte?”
EDITOR’S THANK YOU
Another year has been recorded; another Bulldog has marked the events of AHS. It has been a good year, made pleasant by the cooperation and helpfulness of many people. I am glad for the opportunity to express the appreciation I have felt so many times to all who have made this year one of never-to-be-forgotten memories.
We, the staff, thank Mrs. Alice Nelson for her untiring efforts to make our annual the best possible yearbook. No detail has been too small for her consideration and she has given unstintingly of her time. Miss Sonja Paulsen has also spent many hours in correcting final copy. Miss Paulsen is the Bulldog critic.
One of my greatest pleasures this year has been the privilege of working with the Bulldog staff. Thank you Hallie Lore, Marta Jean Myers, Linda Tice, Linda Lewis, Arthur Hudson, Irene Vargas, Carol Scoggin and Barbara Merritt for the fine work you have given. I know how much you have contributed to this book in time and thought.
I should like to particularly thank the members of the advertising staff. Their work is done outside of school hours, and requires time and conscientious effort on their part to contact the business men of Alliance. Without the advertising the Bulldog could not be published.
The business men of our commimity who have expressed their interest in our activities by supporting the Bulldog deserve our special appreciation. Their dollars-and-cents support makes this book possible.
Without the help and advice of Mr. Glen Worley, the photographic effects we were interested in achieving would have been altogether impossible. We thank Mr. Worley for the many hours he has spent working with us.
Such a book as this is the sum total of the efforts of many individuals. Without the cooperation of our instructors we could not have published this Bulldog. Mr. Stan Bedient of the Bedient Lithograph Co. has also made a significant contribution. He has made the final reading of the Bulldog copy. To all who have so graciously assisted, the 1959 staff of the Bulldog joins with me in expressing our sincere appreciation.
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