Alliance High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Alliance, NE)
- Class of 1968
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VOLUME 24South Building
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Campus Highlights 2
Faculty and Curriculum 38
Music and Drama 65
Ads 102Vocational Building
North BuildingAlliance Adopts Mod Scheduling
"Change" might well have been the keyword as the Alliance schools adopted modular scheduling this fall. Modular scheduling, an educational innovation advocated by Stanford University, emphasizes independent study. The school day is divided into 17 "mods" (short for modules) each 20 minutes long. Classes vary in length from one mod lectures to five mod laboratory periods.
Under modular scheduling, students receive a weekly, rather than daily, schedule. Thus,' students may attend a certain class two or three times a week instead of every day. Classes are shortened, leaving the student more time for study on his own.
Class sizes also vary. Lectures are given at the same time to all students taking a particular subject. Classes also meet in small groups averaging 15 students for discussion.
Team teaching is another of the unique facets of modular scheduling. As the name suggests, two or more teachers work together to teach a particular group of students.
Team teaching is used in a variety of courses.
Even the most experienced Seniors find the computer schedules confusing.
4Small group discussions are used in a variety of classes.
Sectionals are an important part of the music curriculum.
Math open lab provides individual instruction.
5Unscheduled Time Used Many Ways
Since students are given a greater amount of unscheduled time under modular scheduling, some provisions must be made to insure that this time is used to its fullest capacity. Resource centers, open labs, and student-teacher conferences are provided for this purpose.
Social science, communications, and science and math resource centers provide students with materials for research in each of these areas. Serving the conventional purposes, a central library is still maintained, but with a 400 per cent increase in student use.
Encouraging advanced projects, several departments utilize open labs. Open labs may be used to complete an assignment or to advance beyond the class in an area of special interest to the student.
Student-teacher conferences are useful in ironing out any difficulties that may arise, both academic and vocational. Empty rooms and the student center (a student lounge) are also available during unscheduled mods.
Science open lab encourages advanced experiments.
Resource centers furnish reference materials.
Art open lab provides students with time and equipment for individual projects.
Each year the members of the senior class select a boy and a girl who they think are most representative of their class. The two are chosen on a basis of the qualities of scholarship, leadership, service and personality. Nancy King and Bob Shannnon have been chosen as most representative for 1968.Sr. Class Officers Assume Leadership
Football. Wrestling, Senior Class Play. Senior Class President, Student Council Treasurer. F.F.A.. Voice of Democracy Contest, County Government. Curtis Ag High School, Curtis: Freshman Class Secretary, F.F.A. Junior Vice-President
A-Club. Basketball, Football, Track, Spud Staff. Quill Scroll. Quill Scroll Vice-President, Hi-Y. Junior Class Play. Senior Class Play, Freshman Class President. Senior Class Vice-President, Boys’ State Alternate, One-Act Play. Chadron Scholastic Contest
Band, Orchestra. Pep Club, Y-Teens. Junior Class Play, Senior Class Secretary, Freshman Cheerleader, Reserve Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, Homecoming Queen Attendant
Choir, Pep Club. Y-Teens. Senior Class Treasurer. Student Council, Freshman Cheerleader. Reserve Cheerleader. Varsity Cheerleader. County Government
Senior Class Officers—President Steve Messersmith. Vice-President Bob Brown. Secretary Jane Timbers, (not pictured—Treasurer Linda Underwood)
Band, Pep Bond. Weight Lifting
Intramural Basketball, Scottsbluff High School. Scottsbluff. Nebraska: Tennis
Choir, Chamber Singers. Pep Club. Y-Teens. District Speech Contest. "King and I". District Music Contest
Pep Club. Girls' Volleyball Team. Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet
Choir, Orchestra. Chamber Singers, Pep Club. Girls’ Volleyball Team. Y-Teens. Y-Teen President. Y-Teen Cabinet. Junior Class Play. Co-Director of Plays. District Speech Contest. One-Act Play. Library Assistant, Girls’ Glee. Senior Class Play
A-Club. Football, Track, Senior Class Play
A-Club, A-Club Secretary-Treasurer, Basketball, Track, Cross Country. Western Conference Champion
Pep Club. Y-Teens. Junior Class Play
Choir, Chamber Singers. Girls’ Volleyball Team. Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet. Junior Class Play. Junior Class Vice-President, Student Council. Chadron Scholastic Contest
A-Club, Basketball, Wrestling, Golf
Football, Track, Wrestling
Exchange Student from Mar del Plata. Argentina
Band, Orchestra. Pep Band. Pep Club, Y-Teens
Band, A-Club, Basketball. Football. Track, Golf. Junior Class Play. Senior Class Play Director. Freshman Class Treasurer, District Speech Contest. Regents Alternate. One-Act Play, Chadron Scholastic Contest, "King and
Jerry Mundt was honored as Jr. Grand Champion Wheat Grower and Premier Jr. Wheat Grower of Nebraska.’68
Members elected to Quill and Scroll Barb Schommer, Merrily Matejka, Bob Brown. Joanne Vogel.
Choir. A-Club. Basketball. Golf. Hi-Y
Track, Spud Staff, Junior Class Play Co-Director
A-Club. Basketball. Football. Track. Cross Country
Band, Choir, Pep Club. Pep Club President. Y-Teens. Y-Teen Cabinet, Freshman Cheerleader. Chadron Scholastic Contest
Orchestra. Pep Club, Pep Club Treasurer. Y-Teens. Y-Teen Orpheum
Pep Club. Y-Teens
Choir, Orchestra. Pep Club. Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet. State Music Clinic. Y-Teen Vice-President. String Quartet. Concert Mistress. Girls’ Glee, District Music ContestStudents Honored by Special Organizations
Orchestra, Choir, Pep Club. Pep Club President, Girls' Volleyball Team. Y-Teens, One Act Play, "King and I". Y-Teen Orpheum
Band. Choir, President Choir Council. Orchestra Secretary, Pep Band, Dance Band. Chamber Singers. Tennis German Club, Hi-Y. Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, District Speech Contest, State Music Clinic. One-Act Play, International Peace Garden's European Tour Choir
Freshman Majorette. Senior High Majorette, Band, Band Officer. Choir, Choir Secretary, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Student Council. Student Council Vice-President, County Government, Homecoming Queen. District Music Contest, Band Clinic, Orchestra, Senior Class Play
Pep Club, Y-Teens
Band, Choir. Choir Quintet. Choir Sextet, Brass Choir, Girls' Sextet, District Music Contest. Pep Band. Dance Band, Chamber Singers, Pep Club, Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens. Y-Teen Cabinet. State Music Clinic, National Honor Society, "King and I", Chadron Scholastic Contest
Band, Orchestra, Pep Club, Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens, Student Council, Freshman Cheerleader, Reserve Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader, District Music Contest
Orchestra, Pep Club, Y-Teens
Band, Junior Band Officer, Orchestra, Pep Band. Dance Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, State Music Clinic, County Government, District Music Contest, Hastings Honor Band, Woodwind Trio, Woodwind Quintet. Woodwind Choir
Band. Band Officer, Orchestra, Pep Band, Dance Band. Pep Club. Y-Teens. Y-Teen Secretary. Y-Teen Cabinet, State Music Clinic, County Government, Band Clinic District Music Contest, Chadron Scholastic Contest
Band, Pep Band, Y-Teens. German Club. Pep Club
Pep Club, Y-Teens
Recognition Given for Scholarship
Pep Club, Y-Teens, Edgemont High School. Edgemont South Dakota: Pep Club, Junior Class Play. Girls’ State, One-Act Play. French Club, French Club Secretary, Future Teachers of America, National Honor Society
Band, Choir. Pep Band, Chamber Singers. Pep Club. German Club. Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens, County Government. "King and I"
Pep Club, Chadron Scholastic Contest
Pep Club. Chadron Scholastic Contest
A-Club. A-Club Sergeant-at-Arms. Basketball, Football, Track, Wrestling, Junior Class Play, Freshman Class Vice-President, County Government, Pep Club Boy Friend
Choir, Pep Club. Y-Teens. District Music, Clinic, District Music Contest
A-Club. Football. Track. Wrestling, Hi-Y, F.F.A., F.F.A. Vice-President
Choir, Chamber Singers
Choir, Pep Club. German Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, District Speech Contest, "King and I", Y-Teen Orpheum. Pipeline. Senior Class Play
F.F.A.. Stubble Mulch Judging, Land Judging, County Government
Band, Orchestra. Pep Band
14Regents Alternates—Barb Schommer. Dale Coykendall, Nancy King, Russell Peltz, Jim Keebaugh, Gerald McAndrew.
F.F.A., F.F.A. Reporter
Freshman Class Vice-President
Band, Orchestra, Pep Band. Pep Club, German Club, Y-Teens. Hastings Honor B nd
Football, Track, Wrestling, F.F.A., F.F.A. Sentinel, F.F.A. Jr. President, Stubble Mulch Judging, Land Judging, Range Judging, State Meats Judging
Basketball, Football. Track. Cross Country. Tennis, Golf, Spud Staff, Hi-Y, One-Act Play
Basketball, Football. Track, Tennis. Big Ten, All-State Honorable Mention
Band. Regents Alternate
Band, Choir. Cho ir Treasurer. Chamber Singers, Pep Club. Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens. Y-Teen Cabinet, Junior Class Play. Junior Class Secretary, Student Council Secretary, Freshman Cheerleader, Varsity Cheerleader. Girls' State Alternate. District Speech Contest, Regents Alternate. National Honor Society, One-Act Plays. Chadron Scholastic Contest. District Music Contest. "King and I," Most Representative
Pep Club. Girls' Volleyball Team. Annual Staff, Y-Teens, Girls' Glee“Southern Plantation”
Chosen Prom Theme
Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens. Y-Teen President, Student Council, Senior Class Play, Library Assistant
Cross Country, Wrestling, Tennis
Band, Pep Band. Orchestra. Pep Club. Y-Teens
Band, Pep Band. Orchestra. Pep Club. Y-Teens
Pep Club, Girls' Volleyball Team. Y-Teens
Band, Band Captain, Band Officer. Choir. Orchestra, Pep Band. Pep Club. Pep Club Vice-President, Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens. State Music Clinic. One-Act Play. District Music Contest, Senior Class Play
Football. Junior Class Treasurer. Student Council, Student Council President, County Government, Regents Alternate. Chadron Scholastic Contest, Senior Class Play
Choir, Pep Club. Y-Teens
Orchestra, Pep Club. Annual Staff, Quill Scroll, Y-Teens. Y-Teen Cabinet. State Music Clinic, National Honor Society. One-Act Play Producer. String Quartet, Library Assistant. District Music Contest. Y-Teen Orpheum, "King and I"
Pep Club. Annual Staff. Y-Teens, Junior Class Play
161967 Prom Royalty—King Cliff Brown, Queen Linda Zobel.
Band, Choir, Pep Band. Chamber Singers, A-Club, Wrestling. Hi-Y, Hi-Y president, Hi-Y Model Legislature. Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Student Council, County Government, Boy Friend Attendant, One-Act Play
Choir. A-Club, Track, Football, Wrestling, Junior Class Play, Sophomore Class Secretary, County Government, "King and I”
DIANA MUNDT JERRY MUNDT
Hi-Y. F.F.A., F.F.A. Treasurer, State Range Judging Team, State Carpentry Team, Senior Class Play
Choir, Orchestra. Orchestra President. Pep Club, German Club, Y-Teens. State Music Clinic, Girls' Glee, District M usic Contest, Y-Teen Orpheum
Band. Majorette, Choir, Pep Band, Pep Club, Girls' Volleyball Team. Y-Teens. Y-Teen Cabinet, Sophomore Class Treasurer
Band, A-Club, A-Club Vice-President, Basketball, Football. Track. Junior Class Play, County Government, All Western Conference, Big Ten Honorable Mention. Senior Class PlaySteve Stalos is presented the University of Nebraska Regents Scholarship by Principal, Mr. L. T. Chamberlin.
Regents Alternate, Chadron Scholastic Contest, Senior Class Play
Band, A-Club, A-Club President, Track, Basketball, Cross Country, German Club. Golf, Hi-Y, Senior Class Play, Student Council. County Government, Regents Alternate. Boy Friend Attendant
Pep Club. Pep Club Treasurer, Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens. Homecoming Queen Attendant, Hoover High School. Fresno. California: Student Council Representative, Rally Club
Pep Club, Y-Teens
TERRY PREISS KATHI RACHETTS
Pep Club. German Club. Spud Staff, Y-Teens, Library Assistant, Betty Crocker Homemaker Award, Y-Teen Orpheum
Choir, Chamber Singers, Pep Club, Pep Club Chant Leader, Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens. Library Assistant. Senior Class Play. Y-Teen Orpheum
JOHN REYNOLDS ROBERT REYNOLDS
Football, Track. Weightlifting, State Weightlifting ChampionOutstanding Students Granted Scholarships
Choir, A-Club, Basketball. Football, Track, All Western Conference. Cross Country
Choir. Pep Club, Y-Teens
LILLIAN ROSS JOHN SAMPSON
Choir, Chamber Singers, A-Club, Football, Track, Hi-Y. North Platte High School. North Platte, Nebraska: Basketball, County Government, Patrol Officer
F.F.A., F.F.A. Reporter
Orchestra. Pep Club. Girls’ Volleyball Team, Annual Staff Editor, Quill Scroll, Quill Scroll President, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Secretary. Y-Teen Cabinet, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play Director, Girls’ State, District Speech Contest. County Government, Regents Alternate. National Honor Society, District Music Contest, Chadron Scholastic Contest. Chemistry Achievement Award, Elks Leadership Award. DAR Citizenship Award, Debate
National Honor Society
(JOHN) WAYNE SEIM
Choir, Chamber Singers. Hi-Y, Hi-Y Model Legislature, Senior Class Play, Weightlifting, "King and I"
Band. Basketball. Football. All-Western Conference, Track, Junior Class Play. Senior Class Play. Co-Director of Play. Sophomore Class President, Student Council. Student Council Vice-President, Boys’ State, National Honor Society. One-Act Play, One-Act Play Director. Chadron Scholastic Contest, MC Y-Teen Orpheum. Most Representative
19Sponsors Provide Guidance for Class
A-Club, Football, Wrestling, Senior Class Play, F.F.A.
Pep Club, Y-Teens
Pep Club. Y-Teens
Pep Club, Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens, Junior Class Play, District Speech Contest
Band, A-Club. Basketball, Football, Track, Junior Class Play
Basketball. Football. Track. All Western Conference, Senior Class Play
Choir, Chamber Singers. Basketball
Pep Club. Y-Teens, Student Council
Junior Class Play
Pep Club, Y-Teens. Niobrara County High School, Lusk, Wyoming: Freshman Class Pep Club Representative, Future Homemakers of America, Freshman Girls' Intramural Basketball Team
Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens. Junior Class Play, Junior Director of Senior Class Play, County Government
Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens. Library Assistant
Pep Club. Girls' Volleyball Team. Y-Teens, Junior Class President. Student Council, Varsity Cheerleader
Senior Class Sponsors
Miss Barbara Bobbitt Mr. Willis Furman
Hi-Y, Junior Class Play. Senior Class Play, F.F.A. Secretary. F.F.A. President. County Government. National Honor Society. One-Act Play
JO ANNE TUTT
Choir, Pep Club. Girls' Volleyball Team, Y-Teens
Band. Band Officer, Pep Band, Football, Senior Class Play, Student Council. County Government
Football, Track, Spanish Club
Pep Club. Annual Staff. Quill Scroll
Choir. Pep Club, Y-TeensYearbooks Highlight Memories of School
Yearbooks hove arrived! Ronnie Peltz,
Merrily Matejko, Joanne Vogel. Linda Kotschwar.
RAYMOND WEISGERBER SHARON WEISGERBER
Orchestra. Pep Club, Y-Teens. Y-Teen Vice President. Varsity Cheerleader. Senior Class Play
Orchestra. Orchestra Sergeant-at-Arms. Pep Club. Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cobinet, State Music Clinic. Girls' Glee
Football. A-Club. Track. F.F.A.. Big Ten Honorable Mention. Century Club
Football, Wrestling. Hi-Y, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, F.F.A.. F.F.A. Secretary. F.F.A. Vice-President. One-Act Play
Band. Choir, Pep Club, Pep Club Secretary, Y Teens. Y-Teen Treasurer, Y-Teen Cabinet, County Government
Choir. Chamber Singers. Pep Club, Y-Teens
Basketball, Football, Track, Cross Country, Tennis. Senior Class PlayHigh Scholarship
It is a pleasure to present Senior Nancy King, who has the highest scholarship rating for girls, end Senior Steve Stalos, who has the highest scholarship rating for boys.
23Junior Class Officers
President . . .
Vice-President . . .
Secretary . . .
Treasurer . . .
Junior Class Officers plan yet another money making project.
Wayne Akert Karen Albright Bette Allen Jerri Allen Dana Andreasen
Beth Andrews Carol Arrants Steven Barrett Barbara Barrows Jim Barth
Scott Bates Sue Bliss Dianna Bolinger Bill Boyer Gary Bremer
24Juniors Assume Leadership Along With Responsibility
Dona Brown Pat Brunlcow Virgil Bunco Roger Bunnell Sharon Callan
Garry L. Carpenter Sherry Carpenter Ken Carter Barbara Chandler Gary Christensen
John Christofferson Dennis Coleman James Collins Terry Cordell Alice Covalt
Mark Cover Michael Dafney Judy Dale James DeBusk Bill Dempsey
Max Dentler Garey Dickinson Doug Dietrich Robert Dietrich Bill Ditsch
Jim Ditsch Mary Ditsch Debbie Duerksen Sharon Edwards Nancy FortnerCarolyn Fosket Karyn Foster Peggy Freiberger Gary Fritzler Dave Fry
Estelle Gerber Bruce Graham Larry Graham Mike Green Randy Groskopf
Rhonda Groskopf Patricia Guernsey Susan Haas Lyle Hare Debbie Henderson
Toni Henkel Judie Hippe Peggy Hood
Harvey Howard Glenda Irvine Becky Jacobs
Billie Jardine Beverly Johnson Mike Johnson
"How can such a small ring be so expensive?" Ben Fisher, Doug Rusk, Alice Covalt.Class Rings Serve as a Cherished Keepsake
Udona Jones David Kirchner David Knoflicek Joe Koester Jody Leach
Leon Leishman Linda Lewis Cathy Liggett Donna Lockridge Phyllis Long
Linda Loose Jim Lorenzini Denny L. Lyman Steve Lyster Frank McCarroll
Donna McCart Sandy McKillip Angela Marin Marilyn Mason John Matula
Vicki Miller Shari Minnick Paul Mischnick Mary Nix Rex Moscrip
Sam Mundt Don Neafus Craig Nicholson Jerry Nunes Marjorie OsbornKathy Shimp John Sibbitt
Carol Pedersen Ann Pennington Dennis Perkins Dick Phillip Sharon Potmesil
"That prom theme just might work!" think Sponsors Mrs. Eunice Petersen and Mr. Larry Milbourn.
Doug Rusk Tom Rust Mark Sanders
Jean Powell Marla Quick Connie Renteria Georgia Rinehart Don Roberts
Wesley Roe Linda Rosane Clara Roy Richard Roy Della Rubeck
Ronald Schneider Jim SeilerGala Prom Is Zenith of Junior Activities
Jerry Smith Karen Smith Kathy Smith Rockie Smith Albert Soto
Jim Spurgin Paula Steinman Terry Stewart Alfred Sutton Cheryl Sutton
Larry Sydow Betty Thomas Bob Todd Jerry Tolstedt Marsha Trank
Julie Ushio Bob Vallejo John Vasqpez Jeff Wacker Marcia Walker
Peggy Ward Pat Way Ronald West Bryon (Lee) Whitlock Patti Wilcox
Blaine Wilson John Yeager Penny Yekel Judy Zimmerman Helga Zobel186 Sophomores Enroll at AHS
Andrea Abbott Dave Abegg
Sophomore Class Officers—Secretary Cheryl Vogel. Vice-President Joan Sibbitt. President Andrea Abbott. Treasurer Bob Lehl.
Marvin Ackerman Peggy Adam Joel Andrews Kathy Bamrick Wynette Becker Cathy Behm Karen Benton
Dave Best Becci Bignell Jill Bignell Randy Borg Pamela Brehm Don Brown Mike Brunkow
Julie Bushnell Sandra Callan Mary Carr Oscar Carr Carol Carter Karen Christensen Patty Clyde
Cheri Coleman Debra Colerick DeAnn Collins Pamela Crouse Rick Cummings Julian Dill Marilyn Dill
Bruce Dobry Debi Dongvan Deanna Dove Robert Dunton Eustolio Duran Pat Edwards Sharon ElenbergerDavid Eskam Denny Eversull John Florez Sharren Foltz Anita Foster Tracy Fricke Alvin Fritzler
Deb Fulton Janet Garwood Ron Gerber David Graham Brian Grant Gwen Green Kathie Green
Jody Green Stephanie Greggs Deborah Grothen Sharon Hagihara Dennis Harris Ronnie Hashman Rita Hawley
Kathleen Hegwood Kristine Hegwood Debra Henkel Alex Hernandez Carol Hindman Janalee Hirst Roger Holmes
Sandy Homrighausen Mike Hulquist Mark Hungerford Kathleen Hutchinson Janet Jackson Terri Jardine Brenda Jinks
Dennis Johnson Karen Johnson Levon Juzenas Deb Kimmel Marilyn King Patty Knaub Roger Kotschwar
Debbie Kramer Dixie Krebs Carol Lawrence Jack Ledbetter Diane Leever Bob Lehl
Randall LeishmanShirlene Leu Mike Lewis James Liggett Lynda Longacre Carolyn Marlatt Michael Maser Lee Ann Mathews
Michael Mathews Jim Matticks Steve Meece Barb Meta Allen Morris Dan Morrison Peggy Mracek
Bruce Muhm John Murillo David Nagaki Timothy Nagaki Jann Nelson Kurt Nelson Pat Neumann
Richard Nolda Greg Novicki Linda Nuss Michelle O'Brien Jules Ostrander Robert Pelta Terry Peltz
Dick Pepler Catherine Petersen Donna Peterson Glenn Phillips Joe Pokorski Barbara Powell Frances Prelle
Lloyd Prentice Colleen Prettyman Linda Rachetts Debra Ravert Dan Razo Nancy Reddish Cheri Reed
Cynthia Reitz Rusty Reno Connie Rinehart Dennis Robbins Art Sanchez Sara Sandberg Mark SaumScott Schafer Linda Schnell Jon Schommer Tom Schommer Gregg Seebohm Bill Shannon Carl Shaw
Malvin Sherlock Jerry'Shoop Vicki Shultz Joan Sibbitt Torild Skovold JoAnne Smith Morace Smith
Timothy Snyder Shirley Sowders Teckla Staman Chris Steinman Doug Stinnette Keva Taylor Lynne Thompson
Janelle Todd Dean Tucker Abbie Turman John Ullrich Kathee Vallejo Cheryl Vogel Katherine Vogel
Sophomore Class Sponsors—Mr. William Merchant and Miss Erma Winterer.
Linda Wagner Dave Walker Lianne Walker Janet Ward
Judy Weisgerber Carol Wernke Jim Whartman Randy Wilkins
Janet Wilson Chuck Woods Marcia Zimmerman Wayne ZobelFreshmen Become a Part of Senior High
Freshman Class Officers—Treasurer Deborah Reitz. President Diane Abbott. Vice-President Patty Nakatsu, (Not shown) Secretary Chris Wilkinson.
Diane Abbott Jolene Akert Susan Andrick Bradley Barrows Dave Barth Roger Bauer Carol Becker
Carolyn Behm Julie Behm Dick Best Susi Bignell Dennis Blue Danita Bowman Jim Brennan
Francie Bright Lana Bright Dick Broderick Roger Brown Sheila Bullock Rhonda Case Rhonda Chadwick
Myra Cheeney Sara Cheney Luella Chipperfield Steve Chleborad Kathy Colerick Gay Corbett Lonnie Cowher
34Victor Covalt Michael G. Cox Larry Dempsey Michael Dietrich Don Dreyer Myron Drumheller Kathy Edwards
Bill Elliott Don Failor George Farr Roy Fester Lynda Foster Becky Francis Joy Franklin
Dorothy Fricke Dana Furman Bob Furrow Dan Gerber Don Gerber Linda. Gonzales Gayle Grabher
Lonnie Grant Jane Anne Grothen Susan Henderson William Henderson Guy Hielscher Jackie Hirst Randall Hitchcock
Linda Holmes Larry Hulett Chris Hunter Carol Iron Rope Phyllis Irvine Linda Jaqua ' Bruce Jensen
Susan Jensen David Johannes Linda Johnson Linda Jones Susan Keebaugh Marjorie King Connie Kirchner
Gene Koooer Charles Koozer Sandie Lawson Brenda Lewis Debra Lewis Michael Lincoln Bonny Lulow
35Shirley Marin Mike Marvin Susan Matejka Sally McCauley Mike McGuire Kay McKinney Betty McMann
Randy McMasters Dan Mundt Mary Mundt Mary Murillo Ron Neafus Kathleen Newlin Diana Nikont
Tom Novotny Kathy N uss Connie Ogle Deborah Ogle Bruce Olson Mary Ostrander Debbie Overturf
Nancy Pedersen Deborah Perkins George Peters Joe Petersen Bill Phillip Allen Rask Karen Rask
Deborah Reitz Vicki Reno Joe Rodriguez Vivian Roebuck Janice Rohrbouck Cathy Romick Joyce Ross
Nancy Rubeck Robin Rust Terry Ann Rust Diana Schnell Warner Schulze Jerry Seiler Karen Shannon
Steve Shaughnessy Don Sherlock Tom Simmons Brenda Simpson
36Kolinda Smith Tim Spencer Lynda Stanton Steve Steinman Betty Suiter Stephen Sward Connie Sydow
Erwin Sydow Peggy Thomas Roger Thompson Mark Timmerman Michael Tolstedt Joyce Trabert Charles Ushio
Roberta Vallentine Cindy Vogel Steve Vogel Rick Walker John Weisgerber Steven Wickham Chris Wilkinson
Pauline Yeager Paula Yekel Clayton Young Sharon Zillinger Donald Zurn
Freshman Class Sponsors—Miss Ellen Christensen and Mr. Larry Grosshans.
Freshmen Discover New World of Study
38Superintendent—Dr. Stanley Wilcox.
Administration Revises Educational Structure
Changing from traditional educational practices to modular scheduling necessitates numerous changes. Administrators were faced with revisions in everything from daily schedules to rules and regulations-In order for students to adapt to the increased amount of unscheduled time, new disciplinary measures had to be formulated and adopted.
Stronger departmentalization enabled specialization by disciplines. Programs underwent strenuous revisions in both structure and curriculum.
Workshops, conferences, and lectures were provided in pre-opening sessions better to prepare teachers for their new role in the classroom. During the year, this in-service training was continued. Sessions were held periodically for the purpose of evaluation.
Administrators and teachers were sent to other schools to participate in workshops. Stanford University sent consultants to aid in implementation of program plans and to advise of progress in other schools under similar programs.
Board of Education—Mr. Keith Sorum, Mr. John Cover, Jr., Dr. Raymond Olson, Dr. Robert Morgan, Mr. Howard Wiseman, and Mr. Lyle Stevens.
40Principal—Mr. Leslie T. Chamberlin.
Assistant Principals—Mr. Don Crowder and Mr. E. J. Brown.
Campus Layout Also Revised
Completion of the vocational education building brought the number of campus buildings to three. Numerous pieces of new and different equipment installed in the voc. ed. building made curricular expansion possible.
With the switch to modular scheduling, high school math, communications, and social science courses were moved to the junior high building. Foreign languages and science courses remained in the high school building because of the immobility of lab equipment. Thus, courses were divided among three different buildings, making designation of any one as high school impossible.
In order to cope with the problem presented by these changes, the two previously existing buildings were renamed. The high school, housing science, foreign languages, and most junior high courses, became south building. Likewise, the junior high was renamed north building-
41Personnel Aid in School Operation
Educators aren't the only ones who take part in keeping the school running smoothly. Secretaries, custodians, cooks, and the nurse all play an important role in safeguarding the student's welfare and making the school day pleasant.
Whether it is a transcript of grades or just a lunch ticket a student desires, the office secretaries are always obliging.
Providing meals which are both well-balanced and palatable, the cooks serve over 410 students daily.
Keeping school facilities clean and in good repair is the job of the custodians. Annually checking eyes, ears, throat, height, and weight, is a part of the nurse's duties.
This year a fifth group was added to personnel. Teachers’ aids and para-professionals are in charge of the resource centers.
Teachers' aids—Mmes. Dorothy Mills, Jean Metz, Bernice Johnson, and Sandra Brungard are in charge of resource centers.
Secretaries Mrs. Kay Morris, Mrs. Donna Leach, Mrs. Janice Harris, Mrs. Jo Brown, Miss Dixie Rader, and Mrs. Margaret Copple are always willing to help students.
42Cooks Mmes. Molly Nuss, Ethel McCullah. Alice Hellinger, Elsie Smith, Pearl Ferbrache, and Grace Brungard provide students with nourishing and delicious meals daily.
Custodians Red Wilmott, Corky Cordell, John Augustine, and Bob Roebuck keep halls and classrooms tidy.
Nurse Mrs. Merritt makes her annual record of Christy Thies' height and weight.
43Communications Dept. Stresses “Expression”
Encompassing English, journalism, speech, and foreign language, the communications Department stresses the necessity of expression both oral and written. Utilizing the modular approach, the department phases small group discussions and large group lectures. A writing lab is also included in the English curriculum.
Journalism students delve even deeper into the realm of the written word. Their endeavors, are rewarded by the bi-weekly publication of a newspaper. Speech courses are designed to develop skills in public speaking. For the student interested in foreign languages, courses in Latin, Spanish, and German are offered.
Miss Erma Winterer
Tape recorder and headphones available in the resource center enable students to review lectures. Here senior Joanne Vogel utilizes this equipment as Mr. Bernard Becker monitors.
Mrs. Jane Hunter
Mr. Bernard Becker
Dept. Chairman. English
Miss Barbara Bobbitt
Mrs. Genevieve Merdinger Mrs. Vera Briggs
Mrs. Margaret Williams Mrs. Jeraldine Davis
Mr. Lawrence Milbourn Mrs. Eunice Petersen
Teachers’ Offices Prove Beneficial; Departmental Formality Transcended
Just as students must adjust to new concepts and practices this year, teachers are faced with at least one major change. This year, central departmental offices were introduced facilitating all teachers within the department.
Although Ynany teachers questioned the loss of privacy, the venture has worked out amazingly well. The transcending of formality has strengthened intra-department relationships as well as cementing curricular continuity on all subject areas-
45Mrs. Alice Nelson
Dept. Chairman Algebra. Yearbook
Mrs. Evelyn Ware
Mr. James Hawlc
Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry
Mr. James McDermott
General Math, Algebra, Geometry
Math Open Lab Is New Venture
Constructions demand deep concentration from senior Lois Andrick.
Operating five mods a day, the math open lab has proved popular with students and teachers alike. Teachers are enabled to reach those students who truly desire help during the school day as well as administer make-up tests. By the same token, students may obtain assistance without staying after school, a particularly pleasing facet.
Besides individual help, the open lab offers other advantages. Students taking contract courses are provided with a peaceful working area. Interested students are often found discussing current math trends. Periodicals and other similar literature pertaining to math are also available. All in all, this experimental venture has proved highly successful and effective.
46Science Emphasizes Laboratory Projects
With the increased amount of unscheduled time, science teachers are enabled to place greater emphasis on laboratory work. Instead of working an hour at a time, students now may spend as much as three consecutive hours in the lab.
With the emphasis on lab work and an unusually large chemistry class, it became necessary to use senior students who had completed chemistry as lab assistants. These assistants supervised lab work and were responsible for maintaining equipment.
For the first time a biology lab manual was used. Thus, biological experiments beyond simple dissections were performed.
General science and physics students were encouraged to utilize laboratory facilities more fully. More experiments were done by students on an individual basis rather than as demonstrations.
"At least it's dead,” thinks Karen West of her next biology project.
Mr. Fred Petersen
Dept. Chairman Physics. Science
Mr. Donald Farrell
Mr. Larry Grosshans
Mr. William Marchant
47Diversified Occupations New Program Initiated
Along with the changes in structure, a new course was added. Diversified Occupations, a unique method of vocational training, features on-the-job training. Students participating in the program attend classes for a half-day and work the other half, receiving regular credit for their school work. Along with the courses required for graduation, a student is enrolled in a related occupational information class for which he receives credit also. A minimum of ten hours a week are spent at work.
Offered to juniors and seniors, the program has become popular. Fourteen students participated in the initial program. Among the jobs offered are positions as a partsman, nurse's aid, secretary, and clerk. Students also work in the areas of auto mechanics, photography, and retail distribution.
Senior Leora Carr seems to enjoy her work in photography.
Auto mechanics is Tom Rust's field of interest.
Mr. Bruce Rockey
Dept. Chairman Vocational Ed.
Mr. Larry Huntsman
Diversified OccupationsMr. Arthur Foos
Mrs. Juanita Glarum
Mr. Kenneth Ware
Vocational Ed. Is Practical Training
Under the watchful eye of Mr. Foos, Shirley Glarum painstakingly completes her next typing assignment.
Providing a broad base for meeting the demands of earning a living in the ever increasing complexity of life, the Vocational Department meets its major challenge. Students are provided with knowledge of opportunities in the various vocational fields. All courses are designed to develop competence in the student's chosen area.
Courses in carpentry and auto mechanics are new this year. Students may also take courses in office practice, typing, and shorthand. In addition, vocational agriculture and secretarial training are offered.
Utilizing new carpentry equipment are Bob Todd and Dennis Cornish.
49Libraries Provide Research Materials
Under traditional scheduling, two libraries served the Alliance secondary system. One was for grades 7-9 and the other for grades 10-12. With the change over to modular scheduling, both libraries are opened to all students.
Together the two libraries provide 9500 books and 82 periodicals. Along with research materials and pleasure reading, the library also provides study area. Library usage has increased 400% indicating the importance of an instructional materials center.
"Quiet or we'll get thrown out again," whispers Sue Fuller to Deb Lurvey and Cindy Dingman.
Library assistants Bruce Messersmith, Judi Biles, and Kathi Rachetts are among the 48 aids who help the librarians.
Mrs. Vivian Andrews
Dept. Chairman Librarian
Mrs. Esther Myers
50Mr. Paul Chaney
Mr. Robert Morri
Phys. Ed., Drivers’ Ed. Enrich the Curriculum
Providing variation in the regular academic routine, physical education classes stress fitness and coordination. Students participate in gymnastics, basketball, and softball. Volleyball, track, and speedball are also popular.
Defensive driving practices are taught in drivers' education. Through driving experience and classroom work, skills are developed.
Checking the oil in the driver's education car is Marvin Ackerman.
51Mr. Myron Jasnoch Mr. Tom Hovorlca
Social Science Social Science
Mr. Terry Gilliland Miss Ellen Christensen
Social Science Social Science
Social Science Stresses Small Group Discussions
Changes in the social science curriculum brought about by modular scheduling include the initiation of discussion groups and team teaching. Because of the reduced size of discussion groups, the entire class may discuss more informally. In fact, teachers feel that the smaller groups enable students to participate more fully.
Team teaching has also proved successful. In the American History classes, lectures are prepared and delivered with all three teachers working together. The material is then reviewed and explained further in small groups presided over by one of the teachers.
All social science courses emphasize current events. Pointing out the responsibility of a citizen to be well-informed, teachers seek to relate world happenings to daily living.
Mr. Willis Furman
Dept. Chairman American History
Familiarizing themselves with newsworthy areas are Joan Hashman, Debbie Pillow, and Linda Kotschwar.
52Mrs. Marie Sutter
Mr. Byron Nelson
Sewing demands deep concentration from Judy Hashman.
Mechanical drawing is serious business to students Ron Sutton and Charlie Vasquez and their teacher Mr. Byron Nelson.
Practical Arts Develop Skills
Helping students develop useful skills, practical arts courses serve their major purpose. Skills needed in becoming a competent homemaker are formed in the home economics department. Food and nutrition, clothing and textiles, and family living are covered in three years of classroom work.
Stressing work with leather, ceramics, and wood, top-quality projects are completed by industrial arts students. Engineering drawing students develop skills in perspective drawing, mechanical drawing, and architectural blue-printing.
53Mrs. Juliet Rowbotham
Art Students Delve Into New Areas
Increased unscheduled time enables art students to spend more time on art. Independent projects as well as regular classroom projects are made possible. Students may delve more deeply into areas of particular interest.
In classroom work, such areas as ceramics, color, and design are studied in depth- Lettering is also covered. Such terms as Gothic, chancery, Italic, and unical soon become familiar to all students.
A potter's wheel was also obtained this year offering students another area of study.
Individual projects such as John Sampson’s sculpture are popular.
A typical unscheduled mod in the art department finds many students absorbed in independent study.
)"How do you expect me to play that?" asks Carolyn Frei-berger of Mr. Maxwell.
Music Encourages Cultural Appreciation
Music, with its universal appeal, plays an important role in enriching our cultural background. Band, orchestra, and choir are all included in the music curriculum. Participation in these three groups acquaints students with compositions other than those made famous by such groups as the "Lemon Pipers."
Modular scheduling brought about several changes in music courses. For the first time, sectionals and private lessons were scheduled into the school day. Students were enabled to spend more time practicing. Also, for the first time, both string and wind players met durinq school time for orchestra rehearsals.
56Outside Bulletin Board Forecasts Coming Events
Sparking interest and adding to the revised school system, the recently installed outside bulletin board adds a distinctive tone to the school campus. Besides announcing football games, dances, and other special events, the bulletin board will always stand as a lasting reminder of the graduating class of 1967.
The bulletin board became a center of interest when it announced the homecoming events. Starting with the burning of the "A", the homecoming progressed through an exciting football game, the crowning of the queen, and the homecoming dance.
Also deserving bulletin board attention were the annual county government day and the arrival of German Castella, the Rotary Exchange Student from Argentina. This year the county government day was held on October 24. It is an honor for students to take over the reins of county government under the supervision of county officials.
Junior Class Float wins first prize.
58Homecoming candidates Barbara Edwards, Jane Timbers, and Debbie Pillow are paraded before the football crowd.
Foreign Exchange Student—German Castella
Mr. Kooper addresses county government youth.
59Reigning over the Snow King's Ball this year were Linda Razo. Wood. Pep Club Boyfriend Larry Hatch. Cindy Dingman. at-Kim Maxwell. Debbie Pillow, attendant Bruce Messersmith. Sheila tendant Jim Petersen, and Debbie Lurvey.
Putting the final bits of tinsel on the Christmas tree are Billie Jo Jardine and Karen Albright.
Fun seems prominent as shown by these faces at the Pep Club Formal.
60Yuletide Spirit Prevails in AHS
With the lighting of the Student Council’s traditional Christmas tree, the Yuletide Spirit seems to burst forth in Alliance High School.
Expectation of Christmas vacation isn't the only event that dominates the thoughts of the student body. Anticipation of the annual Pep Club Formal holds a key spot in the holiday enthusiasm.
This year the theme of "Snow King's Ball" was skillfully carried out in the royal blue, purple, and light blue streamers that flowed from the huge crown in the middle of the dance floor. A drawbridge, shields of honor, and suits of armor accented the theme of "Knights of Old." The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the Pep Club Boyfriend, Larry Hatch, and his attendants.
Basketball season, which begins during the Christmas month, is enjoyed by the student body and adult spectators.
Some of the unorganized activities seemed to be a lot of fun Beagle, Mike Darveau, David Minnick, Jo Anne Tutt, Kenny
even though they were illegal. Throwing snowballs are Jim Wood, Janet Wilkins, and Debbie Duerksen.
61Spring Arrives With Graduation Activities
Winter ends and spring returns to clothe the barren landscape once again with life and warmth. The chirping of carefree birds and the inviting glow of the sun tempt seniors to dream about that long awaited prom. It becomes easy to shirk studying for those dreaded final exams.
Graduation, the main event of this season, is as •'familiar as the rose in spring." Yet, it is a treasured and memorable event for each senior Exchanging pictures, signing yearbooks, choosing announcements, and attending that last senior party are all a part of this whirl of activities.
Tears of joy and sorrow brush the countenance of many a senior as each slowly marches down that aisle for graduation ceremonies.
Choosing senior announcements proves to be a difficult task for Nancy Dreyer and Bill Schommer.
Prom Chairmen—Alice Covalt, Karen Albright, Doug Rusk, Marsha Trank, Dave Kirchner, Marilyn Mason, Della Rubeck, and Pat Way, find themselves involved in detailed plans.
62Twins Susan and Sandie Loveless, and Joan and Judy Hashman vocational plans.
Fond memories of AHS are recalled by seniors David Andrews and Lynda Brehm.
confer with Guidance Counselor Mrs. Neuswanger about future
"I'll trade you two pictures for one," suggests Gary Trenkle to Barb Lambert.
63Recognition Comes to Alliance High
Whether one excels in scholastics, vocational skills, or leadership, he is always gratified to receive recognition. Special awards serve a double purpose. The recipient of such an award is inspired to continue with his work. At the same time, others are spurred on to receive similar praise.
Anticipation runs especially high among seniors. Countless scholarships and awards are received by outstanding seniors each year. These students deserve both praise and congratulations for their well-deserved honors.
Award Winners—Elks Leadership Award Winner Barb Schommer, Betty Crocker Homemaker Kathi Rachetts. European Tour member Larry Duerksen, Co-ed Correspondent Nancy Dreyer, McCall’s Award winner Judy Hoshman.
Members elected to the National Honor Society in their Junior year are: Carolyn Freiberger, Merrily Matejka, Robert Shanr.or,, Bill Schommer, Stephen Stalos, Gary Trenkle, Nancy King, Barb Schommer.
Music and Drama
65"Crucible" Cast—FRONT ROW: Sharon Potmesil, Helga Zobel. Pat Way. Carol Pedersen. SECOND ROW: Kathy Shimp. Doug Rusk. Jody Leach, Paul Mischnick.
Junior Play Is Huge Challenge
Black scenery, few props, and simple costumes presented the perfect setting for the junior class play, "The Crucible." Love, hatred, conflict, and death were all spun Into one of the most stirring dramas of our time.
Since the play Is suggested for a college cast, the Alliance High Juniors took on a huge challenge when they started preparing for their final performance on November 14.
Although it received completely different responses from the audience on each of the two nights it was performed, "The Crucible" was considered a success by all involved.
Junior Play Cast
Directed by Miss Barbara Bobbitt
Reverend Samuel Parris . . . .
Mrs. Ann Putnam
Reverend John Hale
Elizabeth Procter Pat Way
Deputy-Governor Danforth . . .
Sarah Good . . Peggy Freiberger
Student Directors Peggy Ward
66Senior Play Cast—FRONT ROW: Russell Peltz, Kenny Ushio. Ronnie Peltz. SECOND ROW: Bob Brown. Steve Messersmith. Gary Blue, Jerry Mundt. Bruce Messersmith. Judie Biles. Barb
Senior Play Grips Audience
A cast of thirty, using a minimum of scenery and two levels of staging, brought fast action to the stage in the senior play "Inherit the Wind," by Robert E. Lee and Jerome Lawrence.
Based on the Scopes Trial of 1925, which was concerned with the teaching of Darwin's Theory of Evolution in the public schools, the play uses religion and drama to add conflict as lawyers Mathew Harrison Brady and Henry Drummond clash over beliefs ranging far beyond the immediate issues.
Bitter-sweet triumph came to each lawyer and to the audience as the final curtain closed on "Inherit the Wind."
Student directors Barb Schommer and Dale Coylcendall discuss the play with director Miss Barbara Bobbitt.
Lambert. THIRD ROW: Gary Trenkle. Jerry Worth. John Seim. Bob Shannon, Kenny Wood. Jim Petersen. Linda Holmes. Larry Duerlcsen.
Mixed Choir Members—FRONT ROW: Debbie Henderson, Pat
Nakatsu, Jean Powell, Sharren Foltz, Roberta Vallentine, Peggy Frei-berger. Lois Andrick. Nancy King. SECOND ROW: Ann Pennington. Jennifer Haas, Marcia Zimmerman, Margaret Henderson, Debbie
Grothen. Catherine Peterson. Barb Edwards, Linda Holmes. THIRD ROW: Linda Loose, John Ullrich, Larry Stengel. John Seim. FOURTH ROW: Barb Powell, Dave Minnick, Jim Seiler, Dean Tucker, Dennis Perkins, Paul Mischnick, Don Roberts, Larry Duerksen.
Choir and Orchestra directors, Mr. Bill Neergaard and Mrs. Dusty Neergaard.
Melodies Contrasted in ‘Mod’ Orchestra
If one walks info the orchestra room, he hears the high notes of the piccolo contrasted with those of the massive bass. Modular scheduling, for the orchestra student, provides individual lessons during the school day- Also new to the orchestra is the technique of increased resonance with vibratto and the use of new fingering positions.
These new techniques paid off in a very successful season of concerts ranging from the traditional Christmas Concert held jointly with the choir, up to the highlight of the orchestra season, the spring musical held in April. Other concerts during the year were an April concert, the musical, "Oklahoma," and the District Music contest at Chadron.Sectionals Practice During School Hours
With computer scheduling the choir director found he was able to schedule sectional practices into the school day. This eliminated the old fallacy where some students practice and others never discipline themselves to the drudgery of daily routine. A highly successful season of concerts resulted from this change.
Building up to the highlight of the season, the choir held many concerts such as the Christmas Concert, the Choral Clinic, and the April Concert. Also in April they participated in the District Music Concert at Chadron, Nebraska. Their season ended with a delightful performance of "Oklahoma." The goal of the year was to gain choral literature experience and in general, to learn to sing well; both were carried out very successfully.
Mixed Choir—FRONT ROW: Carolyn Freiberger. Judie Biles. Debbie Woods, Orelia Duran. SECOND ROW: Marsha Trank, Linda Razo. Karen Johnson. THIRD ROW: Brenda Brennan, Carolyn Marlatt, John Murillo. Wayne Zobel. FOURTH ROW: David Kirchner, Julian Dill, Cal Christofferson, Bruce Messersmith.
Johnson. Linda Razo. SECOND ROW: Jim Seiler. Jim Spurgin, Larry Stengel, Dennis Perkins, Paul Mischnick, Don Roberts, Larry Duerksen, Ron Hindman. Julian Dill, Cal Christofferson, Bruce Messersmith. Wayne Zobel.
Chamber Singers—FRONT ROW: Linda Loose, Jennifer Haas, Sharon Foltz, Peggy Freiberger. Debbie Grothen. Roberta Vallentine, Ann Pennington. Brenda Brennan, Judie Biles. Carolyn Freiberger, Debbie Woods, KarenConcert Band—FRONT ROW: Peggy Freiberger, Ann Pennington. Folh. Lynne Thompson. Larry Graham. Debbie Colerick, Jennifer
Patty Clyde. Julie Ushio. Alice Covalt. Shirley Glarum, Nancy Haas, Chris Steinman. Marla Quick. FOURTH ROW: Cathy
Fortner. SECOND ROW: Jill Bignell, Patti Wilcox. Dianna Bo- Liggett. Tarri Corp. Jane Timbers, Kathee Vallejo, Tracy Fricke.
linger. Jim Keebaugh. Sheila Wood. Debbie Fulton. Brenda Jinks. Susie Haas. Kathy Shimp. Barb Edwards. Rick Cummings. Doug
Dennis Coleman. Jim Spurgin. THIRD ROW: Chris Hunter. Patty Dietrich. Allen Morris. Glenn Phillips.
Knaub, John Matula, Julie Bushnell, Janet Garwood, Sharren
Marching Band Attends Boulder “Band Day”
"Attention!" drum majorette Barbara Edwards twirls her baton, blows her whistle and the march begins for the precision band which participates in half time entertainment at home football games. Participation in the Colorado Boulder Band Day" merited a high rating.
Concert season opened with a highly successful Christmas program. This was followed by the winter concert and the April musical, "Oklahoma."
The playing of the graduation march closed the season for this popular group.
Band Director—Mr. Dean MaxwellConcert Band—FRONT ROW: Cheri Reed. Peggy Ward. Sue Fuller, Kathy Hutchinson. Sandie Loveless. Marilyn King. SECOND ROW: Janalee Hirst, Bob Vallejo, Joan Sibbitt, Mary Grant, Nancy Reddish, Susan Loveless. Rita Hawley, Barb Barrows. THIRD ROW: Marsha Trank, Gwen Green, Bruce Messersmith, Dana
Andreasen. Karen Smith, Sharon Elenberger. Kenny Ushio, Roger Bunnell. Jim Barth, Steve Lyster. Dave Fry. FOURTH ROW: Bill Ireland, Mike Lewis, Carolyn Freiberger, Randy Borg. Janet Nunes. Diane Leever, Carol Lawrence, Ronald Schneider, Andrea Abbott, Denny Lyman, Steve Stalos.
Band Captain—Debby Lurvey
Majorettes—Jill Bignell, Barb Edwards. Peggy Ward.
Strings Section of Orchestra—FRONT ROW: Erwin
Sydow, Mary Wacker, Carla Sorum, Ross Wills, Dusty Roebuck. Debbie Duerksen, Anita Krohn, Orelia Duran. SECOND ROW: Raymond Chipperfield. Barb Taylor, Janelle Todd. Michelle Dunbar, Brian Grant. Nancy
Dreyer, Jane Grothen, Debbie Lewis, Virginia Bowman. THIRD ROW: Debbie Johnson, Pam Hogenson. Merrily Matejka, Catherine Peterson, Deborah Grothen. Larry Duerksen, Cinde Donovan. Janet Wilkins, Patricia Nicholson, Jerry Shoop.
Band Section of Orchestra—FRONT ROW: Jane Timbers, Karen Smith, Kathy Hutchinson, Marla Quick, Susan Loveless, Tarri Corp, Cathy Liggett. SECOND ROW: David Fry, Nancy Reddish, Shirley Glarum, Bill Ireland. Mary
Grant, Debbie Lurvey. Sandie Loveless. THIRD ROW: Alice Covalt, Nancy Fortner, Peggy Freiberger, Sheila Johnson, Ronald Schneider, Denny Lyman, Barb Edwards, Peggy Ward.
AthleticsWestern Conference Honors Four Gridders
"Despite the fact that a 2-7 record indicates a poor season," states Coach Jasnoch, "effort put forth by individuals has provided me with a most rewarding year." The Bulldogs were plagued by a vast array of injuries. After playing the nine scheduled games, they were left with only seven of the offensive and defensive starters.
Beginning the season with a game against the Chadron Cardinals, the Bulldogs were slowed by a defeat. After a week to recover, the home gridders were pitted against the Lincoln East team and won. Next the Sidney Maroons were defeated in a flashing clash. After that game the Bulldogs fell to Gering and North Platte respectively. The last four games were bitter losses to Ogallala, McCook, Kearney, and Scottsbluff.
Bulldogs being honored for the '67 season were Bob Shannon, Dave Kamerzell, Dan Spencer, and Ronnie Peltz who won berths for the Western Conference. The Big Ten Conference gave recognition to Peltz and Kamerzell.
Kamerzell sets for one of his many receptions.
1967 Varsity Football Team—FRONT ROW: Bruce Muhm, Gene Sheldon, Jerry Tolstedt, Mike Green, Bob Shannon,
Dave Minnick, Dave Best, Bob Brown, Dennis Coleman, Larry Hatch, Jerry Worth. THIRD ROW: Jim Matticks,
Steve Sorum, Ronnie Peltz, Dale Coykendall, Jon Schom- Rich Nolda, Jack Wilson. Dennis Perkins, Dan Spencer,
mer, Randy Borg. SECOND ROW: Bob Shores, Gary Blue, Dave Kamerzell, Leon Leishman, Don Roberts, Mike Johnson.
74Coaches Chaney. Jasnoch, and Gilliland discuss pre-game strategy for the homecoming game.
DeBusk and Borg zero in for the tackle.
FRONT ROW: Denny Lyman, Jim DeBusk, Mark Hungerford. SECOND ROW: Jim Lorenzini, Rockie Smith, Bob Vallejo. THIRD ROW: Wayne Schmidt, Steve Barrett, Don Brown.
AHS VARSITY FOOTBALL OPP.
4. . . Chadron ... 7
13... ... 6
18. . . ... 13
7... . . . 14
7... . . .25
0... Ogallala ...21
0... McCook .. .31
7... . . . . Scottsbluff .... . . .34
751967 Reserve Football Squad—FIRST ROW: Bill Shannon, ton, Denny Johnson, Garry Carpenter. THIRD ROW: Rob-
David Everet, Dave Graham, Mike Maser, Cody Davis, ert Peltz, Chip Smith, Greg Novicki, Harvey Howard,
Dennis Harris, Terry Stewart. SECOND ROW: Joe Rod- Gregg Seebohm, Doug Dietrich, riguez, Rick Cummings, Alvin Fritzler, Bob Lehl, Bob Dun-
Reserves Prepare for Varsity Squad
From the standpoint of a won-lost record this season was not a successful one. However, the program is designed to develop the underclass players for future varsity competition. With this idea in mind, it was an above average season. The majority of the squad were sophomores and it was felt that their progress was satisfactory.
AHS RESERVE FOOTBALL OPP.
7. . . ...7
19... ... 19
13... . . .41
7... .. . 13
76Frosh Team Is Three Years Undefeated, Unscored Upon
Four wins and no losses cinched one of the most successful seasons in Bullpup history. Not only did they win, but no team ever crossed their goal line.
Starting the season off with a bang, the Bull-pups opened a game against Chadron ending with a 12-0 victory. In the ensuing weeks they defeated Sidney and Scottsbluff to the tune of 13-0 and 33-0. The closing game saw the frosh battling a strong Gering squad to a 0-0 tie. The '67 season added to the reputation of the Bullpups; they have not been scored upon for the last nine games covering a period of more than two years.
AHS FRESHMEN OPP
12.... . . Chadron . . .... 0
13.... . . Sidney . . .... 0
33.... . Scottsbluff . .... 0
0.... . . Gering . . . ... 0
1967 Freshman Football Squad—FIRST ROW: Dan Sanchez. Steve Blue, Steve Wickham, Roger Thompson. Bruce Jensen, Dave
Wilkinson. Chris Wilkinson, Roger Brown, Mike Dietrich, Tom Barth, Steve Vogel. Scott Lyman, Steve Chleborad, Bob Furrow.
Novotny, Jerry Seiler. John Weisgerber, Steve Zurn, Roy Fester. FOURTH ROW: Coach Grosshans, Mike Marvin, Rex Peterson,
SECOND ROW: Don Dreyer, Warner Schulze, Mike Thompson, Mike Lincoln, Steve Steinman, Jim Colwell. John Kemper, Don
Don Sherlock. Don Failor, Tim Spencer, Charlie Dingman, Greg Zurn, Mike Tolstedt, Chuck Koozer, Mike McGurie, Steve Paul
Cover, Victor Covalt, Steve Brown, Alvin Ehrhart. THIRD ROW: $en, Coach Kastens.
Tom Brandt, Chuck Ushio, Gene Kooper, Robin Rust, DennisHarriers Place First in Western Conference
Steaming down the streets, through the park, and around "the horn," the harriers practice strenuously for the cross-country season. Team effort and hard work prove an asset for the squad.
Outstanding mention goes to Bruce Blume who proved to be one of the most valuable runners on the team.
CROSS COUNTRY AHS
Western Conference..................... 1st
Alliance Invitational ................. 2nd
Sidney Invitational ................... 3rd
Big Ten Meet............................3rd
Gering Invitational.................... 1st
Scottsbluff Invitational .............. 3rd
District .............................. 3rd
Coach Bob Morris discusses an outstanding Cross-Country season with top runner Bruce Blume.
1967 Cross Country Team
Dennis Girard Steve Lyster Jerry Nunes Dave Knoflicek Larry Graham
Jim Petersen Jody Leach John Sibbitt Bruce Blume Scott Bates
78Volleyball Squad—FRONT ROW: Sharon Callan. Penny Brennan, Joan Sibbitt, Andrea Abbott, Dixie Krebs Mary
Yelcel, Gwen Green, Marilyn King, Jenny Haas, Kolinda Mix, Joy Beagle, Janet Nunes, Teckla Staman.
Smith. Paula Yekel. SECOND ROW: Jerri Allen, Brenda
"Volleyball serving requires skill," states Coach Miss Gena Grandstaff.
Under the guidance'and direction of Miss Gena Grandstaff the volleyball girls gained valuable experience through a competitive sport. Being the only regularly scheduled after school sport for high school girls, volleyball gives the girls a chance to compete before live spectators and also adds insight into competitive sports-
VARSITY VOLLEYBALL RESERVE
Lost ........St. Agnes .
Lost ..........Gordon .
Won .......... Hyannis .
Lost ......... Hyannis .
Lost .........Mitchell . .
......... Gordon •
Lost ........St Agnes •
79AHS varsity basketball OPP
45 . . . Chadron .. 37
63 . . . Gering . . 51
52 .. Kearney . 48
69 ... .... North Platte .. 77
54 . . . McCook . . 71
44 . . . Sidney . . 74
53 ... .... Scottsbluff . . 51
59 . .. Gering . . 53
58 . . . Ogallala .. 52
39 ... Kearney .. 62
68 .. Scottsbluff . 70
47.... . 50
59 .. . . . . North Platte . 75
49 . .. Sidney . . 64
70 .. Ogallala . 68
45 . .. Chadron . . 55
Versify Coach Bob Morris outlines a play for Reserve Coach Terry Gilliland’s consideration.
1967-1968 Varsity Basketball Team—FRONT ROW: Steve Sorum. ROW: Mike Green, Scott Bates. Dan Spencer. Don Roberts. Steve
Bruce Blume, Ronnie Peltz. Jim Seiler. Randy Borg. SECOND Barrett. Dave Kamerzell. Jim Petersen.
80Jim Seiler fakes the opponent while Dan Spencer anticipates a pass.
Forward Jim Petersen tries for a desperately needed two points.
Majorettes Peggy Ward. Jill Bignell, and Barb Edwards (with flag) have the duty of escorting the colors at home games.
Varsity Cagers Win 7 Lose 9
Approaching the season with confidence, the Bulldogs inaugurated the '67-'68 schedule against Chadron. In a furious clash, the Alliance cagers were able to turn back the Cardinals. Still full of spirit, Alliance won their next two games against Gering and Kearney.
Faced with stubborn defenses and stiff competition, the Bulldogs then fell into a three-game losing streak, falling to North Platte, McCook, and Sidney.
Coming back against arch-rival Scottsbluff, the Bulldogs played to a thrilling overtime victory. The next two games were hard battles, but proved fruitful with wins over Gering and Ogallala.
Again plagued by a losing streak, the varsity b-ballers dropped five games, Kearney, Scottsbluff, McCook, North Platte, and Sidney. They came back again to win over Ogallala, only to lose to Chadron.
811967-1968 Reserve Basketball Team—Tom Andrews, Jerry Tolstedt. Scott Bates, Mike Green, Rich Nolda, Steve Barrett, Don Roberts. Gary Christensen, Roger Kotschwar. Pat Edwards.
Reserve Squad Wins 7 Loses 9
Although the final tally sheet indicated more scores in the loss column than in the win column for the Bulldog Reserves, any sports fan will vouch for the high-quality ball played by the squad this year. The team spirit coupled with the individual abilities of the players should guarantee a strong nucleus for the '68-’69 varsity season.
AHS RESERVE BASKETBALL OPP
44 .; Chadron . ...59
46 .. Gering . . . . 47
55 .. ., Kearney ... 51
43 .. North Platte .. . 57
56 .. McCook . . . 64
63 .. Sidney . . . 46
51 .. ...49
56 .. ...55
44 . . ...55
44 . . . . . 48
61 .. . . . 43
47 .. ...67
50 .. , . . 45
54 .. .. 58
57 .. ...59
47 .. ...38
Doug Dietrich, Larry Graham. Student managers: Roger
Holmes, and Jim Lorenzini.
Jerry Tolstedt shoots a lay-up from the lane.
82Lonnie Cowher adds two points at a crucial moment.
Freshman B-Ballers Undefeated Champions
Under the capable leadership of Coach Larry Srosshans, the Freshman squad sweated through rough drills to emerge as leading contenders with a 9 win 0 loss record. Tight teamwork coupled with a good attitude proved invaluable to the team as they accumulated their record.
Led by Tim Spencer, Lonnie Cowher, Don Zurn, Don Failor, and Jerry Seiler, the team proved successful in bouts with Scottsbluff, Gering, Sidney, and Chadron. They rounded out the season by defeating Sidney and Scottsbluff to gain the Freshman Tournament Championship.
AHS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL OPP
63 ... .. 34
64 ... . . 46
58 ... .. 41
73 ... Gering .. 36
52 ... Chadron .. 22
61 ... Scottsbluff .. 33
73 ... Gering .. 36
58 . .. Sidney . . 44
56 ... . . 44
1967-1968 Freshman Basketball Team—FRONT ROW: Dick Best, Larry Hulett, Mike Dietrich. Joe Petersen, Roger Brown, Roy Fester. SECOND ROW: Don Dreyer, Don Sherlock, Steve Wickham. Bob Furrow, Jerry Seiler, Tim Spencer. THIRD ROW:
Student manager John Weisgerber, Randy Smith. Don Zurn. Brad Barrows, Lonnie Cowher, Ricky Walker, Don Failor. Roger Thompson, Coach Larry Grosshans.
83Stiff Competition Slows Grapplers
1967-1968 Varsity Wrestling Team—FRONT ROW: Garry Carpenter. Chris Wilkinson. Wayne Zobel. Bruce Messersmith. John Florez. Jerry Nunes. SECOND ROW: Perry Johnston. Mark Hungerford. Dave Kirchner, Dennis Lyman. Steve Mes-
sersmith. Bill Carpenter. Lee Whitlock. THIRD ROW: Dave Minnick. Don Brown, Dave Best, Larry Hatch, Leon Leishman. Greg Novicki. Mike Johnson. Chip Smith.
Matched against stiff competition, the Bulldog grapplers ended the season with a 4-6 record. The season started with a dismal note after meets with Kimball, Gordon, and Sidney showed the Bulldogs defeated. The record then entered the plus column with wins over Gering and Chadron- Losses were again suffered in matches with Scottsbluff, Ogallala and Gering, but did show an over-all strengthening of the squad. The added experience and training paid off for the grapplers in their next two meets when they chalked up victories over Gordon and Bayard.
In conference action, the Grapplers bagged a seventh at Big Ten, ninth at District, and a third at Western Conference.
Steve Messersmith struggles for a reversal on Bruce Messersmith.
84Freshman Wrestling Team—FRONT ROW: Bill Phillip, Roger Bauer, Bruce Jensen. Mark Timmerman, Mike
Chuck Ushio, Tom Novotny. Dave Barth. Mike Marvin. Lewis, Mike Tolstedt (Student Manager)
Allen Rask. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Dale Sward,
Coach Don Farrell demonstrates a proper hold to Dennis Lyman and Dave Minnick.
AHS VARSITY WRESTLING OPP
18 . . . Kimball ...30
19 ... Gordon ...25
13 ... Sidney ...32
24 .... Gering . . . 19
37 ... Chadron .... 9
5 ... . . . .Scottsbluff ...37
12 ... Ogallala ...34
19 ... Gering ..22
26 ... Gordon ..22
24 ... Bayard .. 18
3rd • • •
7th ... Big Ten
8th ... . . District
85Tracksters Capture Western Conference
Under the sound leadership of Coach Bud Jasnoch and Coach Paul Chaney, the track squad advanced to another successful season. The season's outstanding performance was in the Western Conference Meet held in the home stadium.
Alliance Invitational ................. 1st
Sidney Invitational.................... 1st
Western Conference..................... 1st
Pennington, Neff, Menuey, Florez state meet participants
Jeff Menuey—13' 8Y2" New Record for Pole Vault. Dan Florez Big Ten Champ for mile.
1967 Track Team—FRONT ROW: Coach Chaney, Larry Gra-ham, Dave Minnick, Terry Dillon. Joe Briley, Jerry Worth, Ronnie Peltz, Steve Sorum. Bruce Blume. Mike Knoflicek, Dan Florez, Jeff Menuey, Coach Jasnoch. SECOND ROW: Bob
Vallejo. Wayne Schmidt, Jim DeBusk. Gary Blue. Steve Tolstedt. Jon Richards. Gary Pennington. Charles Lierk. Dennis Coleman, Steve Neff. Jerry Nunes.
861967 Golf Team—Doug Dietrich, Randy Borg, Ron Callan, Jim Petersen. Coach Willis Furman. Mike Gree
Coaching Staff votes Steve Tolstedt the most outstanding athlete for 1967.
7 967 Golf
District at North Platte tied for 4th Alliance Invitational 4th
Western Conference 2nd
Sidney Invitational 2nd
Sering Invitational tied for 3rd Scottsbluff Invitational 6th
Big Ten at Norfolk I Oth
89Pep Club Arouses Spirit and Pride
"Spirit, spirit—come on let's hear it" is a familiar cry of the AHS cheerleaders. Proud Pep Club members are easily spotted at games by their smart, new uniforms. A more impressive AHS Pep Club has resulted with the addition of ninth graders. With the omission of the demerit system, willingness for participation and cooperation are the chief ingredients for a successful year.
Devoted Pep Club members volunteered to decorate halls and bulletin boards before each game. Untiring efforts were a'so put into the preparation of the Pep Club Formal. Funds for this event were acquired by staging a pop bottle drive and selling Bulldog booster buttons.
"Are you sure he doesn't bite?" quips Pep Club Sponsor Mr. Maxwell to Chant Leader Linda Razo.
Pep Club Officer—President Cindy Dingman, Treasurer Debbie Pillow, Secretary Sheila Wood, Vice-President Debra Lurvey.
"Hustle, hustle—score score!" screams the Pep Club.
90A-Club Projects Prove Successful
Honor is bestowed upon outstanding athletes in A-Club, thus encouraging good sportsmanship. Established members exercise their seniority during initiation by tormenting underclassmen who desire membership.
A flashing "A" might be glimpsed occasionally in the halls of AHS. The purchasing of these eye-catching blue sweaters, set off with the traditional "A", has been a major project of A-Club. Finances are acquired by selling refreshments at basketball games and wrestling matches.
A-Club Installation is a solemn occasion for Seniors.
A-Club—FRONT ROW: President Jim Petersen, Ronnie Peltz, Secretary-Treasurer Bruce Blume. Vice-President Larry Hatch, Rick Herian. Jack Wilson. Gary Blue. SECOND ROW: Dale Coykendall. Dennis Coleman. Doug Dietrich, John Christoffer-son, Larry Graham. Roger Bunnell, Mike Johnson. THIRD ROW: Jon Richards, Steve Sorum, Wayne Schmidt, Bob Brown,
Mike Darveau. Bruce Messersmith, Dave Minnick. FOURTH ROW: Jim Lorenzini, Leon Leishman, Scott Bates. Jerry Tolstedt. Don Roberts. Garry Carpenter, Don Neafus. FIFTH ROW: Coach Jasnoch, Jim Matticks, Jerry Nunes. Randy Borg. Coach Chaney.
91Y-Teens “Focus on the Future”
With an eye to the future" the AHS Y-Teen Club is committed to helping individuals play an effective and constructive part in the life of today. Girls participated in a varied program which deepens their concern for others.
"Midwinter Night's Dream" was the theme of the Orpheum—the Y-Teens' major fund raising project- Proceeds from this aided in providing for the education of a Chinese child, Yue Yan Che. Although her parents are living, she would be unable to attend school without funds sent by this Christian group. Profits from the Orpheum enable the girls to finance a Christmas party for Indian children in this community.
A kaleidoscope of activities included the Patteran, Pizza Party, Christmas Program, World Brotherhood Service, Mother-Daughter Banquet, Caira, and the Senior dinner. Spring activities were highlighted by the Easter Sunrise Service which is co-sponsored by Y-Teens and Hi-Y.
Y-Teen Officers—President Barb Lambert. Treasurer Shari Min-niclc, Vice-President Pat Way. Secretary Barb Schommer.
Y-Teen Cabinet—FRONT ROW: Linda Holmes. Janet Nunes. Sheila Wood. Brenda Brennan. SECOND ROW: Debbie
Duerksen. Karen Albright. Sherry Carpenter. Shirley Glarum,
Merrily Matejka, Carolyn Freiberger. THIRD ROW: Mrs.
Glarum, Mrs. Myers, Nancy Dreyer, Janet Wilkins. Peggy Freiberger. Joy Beagle. Judy Biles. Vicki Miller. Mary Grant.
92Hi-Y Officers—Sponsor Mr. Tom Hovorka, Program Chair-man Wesley Roe. Sec.-Treas. Jim Spurgin, Vice-President
Club Funds are serious business to Wayne Alcert and Sponsor Byron Nelson.
Jody Leach, President Bruce Messersmith.
Hi-Y Boys Journey to State Model Legislature
Displaying interest in their state government, Alliance boys first participated in the District Mock Legislature, then traveled to Lincoln for the Model Legislature. While this is the most popular club activity, the year's calendar includes guest speakers, particpation in the organization of the Easter Sunrise Service,and several special events.
State Committee Chairman, Jim Spurgin
93Future Farmers Win Top Honors
Since Alliance lies in a rich farming and ranching district, the blue jacket gang" plays a major role in school activities. By capturing high honors in competition, these Future Farmers of America prove their competence. This year the first four places in the Area Stubble Mulch Judging Contest went to Alliance boys. They earned first, fourth, and fifth places in the Area Land Judging Contest.
Variety of activities spices the club life of FFA members. Attendance at the Western Fat Stock Show and at the District Parliamentary Procedures Contes! was included on their agenda. The annual Dad-Lad Pheasant Feed was highlighted with a program presented by County Commissioner, Mr. Ross Lock.
FFA Officers—Sentinel Perry Johnston, Secretary Kenny Wood. Reporter Steve Schnell. Vice-President Riclc Herian. Treasurer Jerry Mundt.
President Gary Trenkle. Sponsor Mr. Ken Ware.
Land problems intrigue Roger Schnell and Sam Mundt.
94Student Council Reflects Opinions of Student Body
Serving as the voice of the student body, Student Council attempts to improve relationships among students, faculty, and administration. As sponsors of the Homecoming parade and dance the group aided in sparking spirit for the first home game. Student Council inspired Yuletide spirit by decorating the Christmas trees and arranging for the presentation of a Christmas program.
Experimentation was conducted pertaining to the inclusion of seventh and eighth grade members into Student Council. Since seventh and eighth graders are part of the Alliance Secondary School, they are entitled to representation in its Student Council.
Guest Speaker, Mrs. Skinner of Scottsbluff, explains the American Field Service.
1967-68 Student Council—FRONT ROW: Karen Albright, non. Debbie Ogle. Joe Petersen. Rusty Reno. Marie Cover.
Marilyn King. Andrea Abbott. Billie Jardine. Secretary Nancy Treasurer Steve Messersmith. Jon Schommer. Bruce Messer-
King, Karen Shannon, Diane Abbott. SECOND ROW: Sponsor smith, Sponsor Mr. Furman.
Mrs. Hunter, President Steve Stalos, Vice-President Bob Shan-
95Radio Program—Peggy Ward, Linda Holmes, and Sharon Potmesil wait for a cue.
Bulldog critic Merrily Matejka, layout editor Joanne Vogel, and business manager Marlys Mathews check for errors.
Bulldog Staff Typist Linda Kotschwar, adviser Mrs. Nelson, and assistant editors Gary Christensen, Debbie Duerksen, and Doug Rusk enjoy their work.
96Bulldog editor Barb Schommer and Spud editor Jeff Davis take pride in final copy.
Publications Earn Excellent Ratings
Top ratings are maintained by the Bulldog and Spud from year to year. Assiduity is an ever-present factor in the publications department's efforts to report accurately on student activities. Final copy is always welcomed with sighs of relief and pride in the completion of a worthwhile task. Priceless experience, though, is the true reward.
"Pumping news and ideas from the halls of Alliance High School to the surrounding community" expresses the purpose of the Radio Program. Imaginative thinking and in-depth reporting serve as a key to writing scripts for the Pipeline.
97Language Clubs Are Reorganized
Spanish and German clubs have been reorganized in AHS with the assistance of Miss Winterer. Beginning initially as allpurpose clubs, the "El Circulo Espanol" and the "Der Deutsch Verein" are now slanted towards social organizations. Both clubs united to participate in a caroling party where traditional Christmas carols were sung in German and Spanish.
Each club strives to further one's understanding of Spanish and German customs and to achieve an informal approach to learning the language- Guest speakers who have either Spanish or German background or travel experiences address each club.
"You know I can't read German!" chuckles Spanish Club President Kathy Smith to Sponsor Miss Winterer and German Club President Doug Rusk.
Spanish Club Officers—FRONT ROW: Program co- ROW Vice-President Alice Covalt, Treasurer Della Rubeck,
chairman Kathee Vallejo, Treasurer Joan Sibbitt, Vice- Program Chairman Debra Colerick, Secretary Kathy
President Marla Quick. German Club Officers—SECOND Hutchinson.
Brown, E. J. 41 Chamberlin, Leslie T. 18,41 Crowder, Don L. 41 Dreyer, William 41 Neuswanger, Phyllis 41, 63 Wilcox, Dr. Stanley 40
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Cover, John Jr. 40 Morgan, Dr. Robert 40 Olson, Dr. Raymond 40 Sorum, Keith 40 Stephens, Lyle 40, 107 Wiseman, Howard 40
Augustine. John 43 Cordell, Clayton 43 Roebuck, Robert 43 Wilmott, Robert 43
Brown, Jo 42 Brungard, Sandra 42 Copple, Margaret 42 Harris, Janice 42 Johnson, Bernice 42 Leach, Donna 42 Merritt, Thelma 43 Metz. Jean 42 Mills, Dorothy 42 Morris, Kay 42 Rader. Dixie 42
Andrews. Vivian 50 Becker, Bernard 44 Bobbitt, Barbara 21, 44. 67,
Briggs, Vera 45
Chaney. Paul 51. 75, 86, 91 Christensen, Ellen 37, 52 Davis, Jeraldine 45 Farrell, Donald 47, 85 Foos. Arthur 49 Furman, Willis B. 21, 55, 87,
Gilliland. Terry 52, 75, 80 Glarum, Juanita 49, 92 Grandstaff, Gena 51, 79 Grosshans, Larry 37, 47, 77,
Hawk, James 46 Hovorka, Thomas 52. 93 Hunter, Jane 44, 95 Huntsman, Larry 48 Jasnoch, Myron 52. 75, 86, 91
McDermott, James 46 Merchant, William 33, 47 Maxwell, Dean 55, 70, 90 Merdinger, Genevieve 45 Milbourn, Lawrence 28, 45 Morris, Robert 51, 78, 80 Myers, Esther 50, 92 Neergaard. Dusty 55, 68 Neergaard. William 55, 68 Nelson, Alice 46, 96 Nelson, Byron 53, 93 Petersen, Eunice 28, 45 Petersen, Fred 47 Rockey, Bruce 48 Rowbotham, Juliet 54 Sutter, Marie 53 Ware, Evelyn 46 Ware, Kenneth 49, 94 Williams, Margaret 45 Winterer, Erma 33, 44, 98
Abbott, Andrea 30, 71, 79, 95 Abbott, Diane 34, 95 Abbott. James 10 Abegg, Dave 30 Ackerman, Marvin 30, 51 Adam, Peggy 30 Akert, Jolene 34 Akert, Wayne 24, 93 Albriqht, Karen 24, 60, 62,
92. 95 Allen, Bette 24 Allen, Jerri 24, 79, 97 Andreasen, Dana 24, 71 Andrews, Beth 24 Andrews, David 10, 63 Andrews, Joel 30. 82 Andrick, Lois 10, 46, 68 Andrick, Susan 34 Arrants, Carol 24 Arrants, Rick 10
Bamrick, Kathy 30 Barrett, Steven 24, 75, 80, 82 Barrows, Barbara 24, 71 Barrows, Bradley 34. 83 Barth. Dave 34. 77. 85 Barth. Jim 24, 71 Bates, Scott 24. 78. 80, 82, 91 Bauer, Roger 34, 85 Beadle, James 10, 61 Beagle, Joy 10. 79, 92, 104 Becker, Carol 34 Becker, Wynette 30 Behm. Carolyn 34 Behm, Cathy 30 Behm, Julie 34 Behm. Kenny Benton, Karen 30 Best, Dave 30, 74, 84 Best, Dick 34, 83 Bignell, Becci 30 Bignell, Jill 30, 70. 71. 81 Biles, Judie 10. 50, 67. 69. 92
Bliss, Sue 24 Blue, Dennis 34, 77 Blue. Gary 10, 67, 74. 86, 91 Blume, Bruce 10, 78, 80, 86.
91, 119 Bolinger, Dianna 24, 70 Borg, Randy 30, 71, 74, 75,
80, 87, 91 Bowman, Danita 34 Boyer, Bill 24 Brehm, Lynda 10, 63, 118 Brehm, Pamela 30 Bremer, Gary 24 Brennan, Brenda 10. 69, 79,
Brennan, Jim 34 Bright, Francie 34 Bright, Lana 34 Broderick, Dick 34 Brown Don 30, 75. 84 Brown, Dona 25 Brown, Robert 9, 12, 67, 74,
Brown, Roger 34, 77, 83 Brown, Steven 77 Brunkow, Mike 30 Brunkow, Pat 25 Bullock, Sheila 34 Bunce, Virgil 25 Bunnell, Roger 25, 71, 91 Bushnell, Julie 30, 70
Callan, Ronald 11, 87 Callan, Sandra 30 Callan, Sharon 25, 79 Carpenter, Bill 11, 84 Carpenter, L. Garry 25, 76, 84. 91
Carpenter, Sherry 25, 92 Carr, Leora 11, 48 Carr, Mary 30 Carr, Oscar 30 Carter, Carol 30 Carter, Ken 25 Case, Rhonda 34 Castella. German II, 59 Chadwick, Rhonda 34 Chandler, Barbara 25 Cheeney, Myra 34 Cheney, Sara 34 Chipperfield. Luella 34 Chieborad. Steve 34, 77 Christensen. Gary 25, 82, 96 Christensen, Karen 30 Christofferson, John 25, 69, 91
Clyde, Patty 30, 70 Coleman, Cheri 30 Coleman, Dennis 25, 70, 74, 86. 91
Colerick, Debra 30, 70, 98 Colerick. Harold II, 115 Colerick, Kathy 34 Collins, De Ann 30 Collins, James 25 Corbett, Gay 34 Cordell, Terry 25 Cornish, Dennis 49
Corp, Tarri II, 70, 72. 103 Cowher, Lonnie 34, 83 Covalt, Alice 25, 26. 62, 70,
72. 98 Covalt, Victor 35, 77 Cover, Mike 29, 95 Cox, Michael G. 35 Coykendall. Dale II, 15, 67,
74, 91 Crouse, Pamela 30 Cummings, Rick 30, 70, 76
Dafney, Michael 25
Dale, Judy 25
Darveau, Michael 12, 61, 91,
Davis, Cody 76 Davis, Jeff 12, 97 De Busk, James 25. 75, 86 Dempsey, Bill 25 Dempsey. Kathy 12 Dentler, Max 25 Dickinson, Garey 25 Dietrich, Doug 25, 70, 76, 82, 87. 91
Dietrich, Michael 35, 77, 83 Dietrich, Robert 25 Dill, Julian 30, 69 Dill, Marilyn 30 Dillon, Terry 12, 86 Dingman, Cindy 12, 50, 60,
Ditsch, Bill 25
Ditsch, Jim 25
Ditsch. Mary 25
Dobry, Bruce 30
Dobry, Kristina 12
Donovan, Cinde 12, 72
Donovan. Debi 30
Doty, Virginia 12
Dove, Deanna 30
Dreyer, Don 35, 77, 83
Dreyer, Nancy 12. 62, 64, 72,
92, 116 Drumheller. Myron 35 Duerksen, Debbie 25, 61, 72 92, 96
Duerksen, Larry 13, 64, 67, 68.
69. 72 Dunton, Robert 30. 76 Duran, Eustolia 30 Duran. Orelia 13, 69, 72, NO Dykes, Steve 13
Edwards. Barb 13, 59, 68, 70,
71, 72. 81 Edwards, Kathy 35 Edwards. Pat 30, 82 Edwards. Sharon 25 Elenberger. Sharon 30, 71 Elliott. Bill 35 Eskam, David 31 Everet, David 76
99Eversull. Denny 31
Failor, Don 35. 77, 83 Farr, George 35 Fester, Roy 35. 77, 83 Florez. John 31, 84 Foltz. Sharren 31, 68. 69, 70 Fortner, Nancy 25. 70, 72 Foslcet, Carolyn 26 Foster, Anita 31 Foster, Karyn 26 Foster, Lynda 35 Foster, Sue 13. 112 Francis, 8ecky 35 Franklin, Joy 35
Freiberger, Carolyn 13. 55. 64.
69 71, 72. 92 Freiberger, Peggy 26, 68, 69, 70. 72. 92 Fricke. Dorothy 35. 88 Frieze, Tracy 31, 70 Fritzler, Alvin 31, 76 Fritzler, Gary 26 Fry. Dave 26. 71, 72 Fuller, Sue 13. 50, 71. 88 Fulton, Deb 31, 70, 88 Furman, Dana 35 Furrow. Bob 35, 77. 83
Garwood, Janet 31, 70 Gerber. Dan 35 Gerber, Don 35 Gerber, Estelle 26 Gerber, Ron 31 Gillispie, Kathie 13 Glarum, Shirley 13, 49, 70, 72, 92
Gonzales, Linda 35 Grabher. Gayle 35 Graham, Bruce 26 Graham, David 31, 76 Graham, Larry 26, 70, 78, 82, 86. 91 Grant, Brian 31, 72 Grant, Lonnie 35 Grant. Mary 13. 71. 72. 92 Green, Gwen 31, 71, 79 Green, Jody 31 Green, Kathie 3 I Green, Mike 26, 74, 80, 82,
Green, Suzan 14, 120 Greggs, Stephanie 31 Groskopf, Randy 26 Groskopf, Rbondo 26 Grothen, Deborah 31, 68, 69, 72
Grothen, Jane 35, 72 Guernsey, Patricia 26
Haas, Jennifer 14, 68, 69, 70, 79. 114 Haas, Susan 26, 70, 97 Hagihara. Sharon 31
Hall, Francis 13 Hare, Lyle 26 Harris, Beth 13 Harris. Dennis 31. 76 Hashman. Joan 14. 52, 63 Hashman, Judy 14. 53, 63, 64 Hashman, Ronnie 31 Hatch. Larry 14. 60, 74, 84, 91, 109 Hawley, Dale 14, 108 Hawley. Rita 31,71 Hegwood. Kathleen 31 Hegwood, Kristine 31 Henderson. Debbie 26. 68 Henderson, Margaret 14, 68 Henderson, Susan 35 Henderson. William 35 Henkel. Debra 31 Henkel, Toni 26 Herian, Rick 14, 91, 94, 104 Hernandez. Alex 3 I Hielscher, Guy 35 Hindman. Carol 31 Hindman, Ronald 14, 69 Hippe, Judie 26 Hirst, Jackie 35 Hirst. Janalee 31,71 Hitchcock, Randall 35 Holmes, Linda (sr.) 14, 67,
68. 92. 96. 107 Holmes, Linda 35 Holmes, Roger 31, 82 Homrighausen. Sandy 31 Hood. Peggy 26 Hood. Tom 14. 110 Howard, Harvey 26. 76 Hulett, Larry 35. 83 Hulauist, Mike 31 Hungerford, Mark 31, 75, 84 Hunter, Chris 35. 70 Hutchinson. Kathleen 31, 71,
Ireland. Bill 14, 71, 72, 122 Iron Rope, Carol 35 Irvine. Glenda 26 Irvine, Phyllis 35
Jackson, Janet 3 I Jacobs. Becky 26 Jacobs. Ronald 15 Jaqua. Linda 35 Jardine, Billie 26. 60, 95 Jardine, Terri 31 Jensen, Bruce 35, 77, 85 Jensen, Susan 35 Jinks. Brenda 31. 70 Johannes. David 35 Johnson, Beverly 26 Johnson. Dennis 31, 76 Johnson, Jim 15 Johnson, Karen 31, 69 Johnson. Linda 35 Johnson, Mike 26, 74, 84, 91 Johnson, Sheila 15, 72 Johnston, Perry 15, 84, 94 Jones. Linda 35 Jones, Udona 27
Jordan, Greg 15 Juzenas, Levon 31
Kamerzell, David 15, 74, 80 Keebaugh, Jim 15, 70 Keebaugh, Susan 35 Kimmel, Deb 31 King. Marilyn 31. 71, 79. 95 King, Marjorie 35 King, Nancy 8, 15, 23, 64, 68, 88. 95 Kirchner, Connie 35 Kirchner, David 24, 27, 62, 69, 84
Knaub, Patty 31. 70 Knoflicek, David 27, 78 Koester, Joe 27 Koooer, Gene 35, 77 Koozer, Charles 35, 77 Kotschwar, Linda 15, 22, 52,
Kotschwar. Roger 31, 82 Kramer, Debbie 31, 118 Krebs. Dixie 31, 79
Lambert. Barb 16, 63, 67, 92
Laughlin, Don 16
Lawrence. Carol 31,71
Lawson, Sandie 35
Leach. Jody 27, 66, 78, 93
Ledbetter, Jack 31
Leever, Diane 31,71
Lehl. Bob 30, 31. 76
Leishman, Leon 27, 74, 84, 91
Leishman. Randall 31
Leu, Shirlene 32
Lewis, Brenda 35
Lewis. Debra 35, 72
Lewis, Linda 27
Lewis, Mike 32, 71, 85
Liggett, Cathy 27. 70. 72
Liggett, James 32
Lincoln. Michael 35, 77
Lockridge, Donna 27
Long, Phyllis 27
Longacre. Bill 16
Longacre. Lynda 32
Loose. Linda 27, 68, 69
Lorenzini, Jim 27, 75. 82. 91,
Loveless, Sandie 16, 63, 71,
Loveless. Susan 16, 63, 71, 72, 118
Lulow, Bonny 35 Lulow. Gloria 16 Lurvey, Debra 16, 50. 60. 71,
Lyman. L. Denny 27, 71, 72,
75. 84. 85 Lyster. Steve 27, 71, 78
McAndrew, Jerry 15, 16 McCarroll, Frank 27 McCart, Donna 27
McCauley. Sally 36 McGuire, Mike 36, 77 McKillip. Dennis McKillip, Sandy 27 McKinney. Kay 36 McMann, Betty 36 McMasters. Randy 36 Mann, Linda 16 Mann, Angela 27 Marin. Shirley 36 Marlatt, Carolyn 32, 69, 88 Marvin, Mike 36, 77, 85 Maser, Michael 32, 76 Mason. Marilyn 27, 62 Matejka. Merrily 12. 16, 22, 64. 72. 92. 96. 106 Matejka, Susan 36 Mathews. Lee Ann 32 Mathews. Marlys 16, 96 Mathews. Michael 32 Matticks, Jim 32. 74, 91 Matula, John 27, 70 Meece, Steve 32 Meng, Kenneth 16 Messersmith, Bruce 17, 50. 60, 67. 69. 71, 84. 91, 93, 95 Messersmith. Steve 9, 46, 67,
84. 95 Metz, Barb 32 Miller. Vicki 27. 92 Minnick. Dave 17. 61, 68. 74,
84. 85. 86. 91 Minnick, Shari 27, 92 Mischnick, Paul 27, 66, 68, 69 Mix, Mary 27, 79 Morris. Allen 32, 70 Morrison, Dan 32 Moscrip, Rex 27 Mracek. Peggy 32 Muhm. Bruce 32. 74 Mundt, Cheryl 17 Mundt, Dan 36 Mundt. Diana I 7 Mundt, Jerry II, 17, 67, 94 Mundt, Mary 36 Mundt. Sam 27, 94 Murillo, John 32. 69 Murillo, Mary 36
Nagaki, David 32 Nagaki, Timothy 32 Nakatsu, Patty 34, 68 Neafus, Don 27, 91 Neafus, Ron 36 Nelson, Jann 32 Nelson, Kurt 32 Neumann, Pat 32 Newlin. Kathleen 36 Nicholson, Craig 27 Nicholson, Patricia 17, 72 Nikont, Diane 36 Nolda, Richard 32, 74, 82 Novicki, Greg 32, 76, 84 Novotny. Tom 36, 77, 85 Nunes. Janette 17, 71, 79, 92 Nunes, Jerry 27, 78, 84. 86,
Nuss, Kathy 36 Nuss, Linda 32o
O'Brien, Michelle 32 Ogle. Connie 36 Ogle, Deborah 36, 88, 95 Olson, Bruce 36 Orndorff, John 17 Osborn, Majorie 27 Ostrander, Jules 32 Ostrander, Mary 36 Overturf. Debbie 36
Paulsen, Steven 77 Pedersen. Carol 28, 66 Pedersen, Nancy 36 Peltz. Robert 32, 76 Peltz, Ronnie 17, 22, 67, 74, 80. 86, 91 Peltz. Russell 15, 18, 67 Peltz, Terry 32 Pennington, Ann 28, 68, 69,
Pepler, Dick 32 Perkins, Deborah 36 Perkins. Dennis 28, 68, 69, 74 Peters, George 36 Petersen, Jim 18, 60, 67, 78,
80. 81, 87, 91 Petersen, Joe 36, 83, 95 Peterson, Catherine 32, 68, 72 Peterson, Donna 32 Peterson, Rex 77 Phillip, Bill 36. 85 Phillip. Dick 28 Phillips, Glenn 32, 70 Pillow, Debbie 18. 52. 59, 60, 90
Pokorski, Joe 32 Potmesil, Connie 18 Potmesil, Sharon 28, 66, 96 Powell. Barbara 32, 68 Powell, Jean 28. 68 Preiss, Terry 18 Prelie, Frances 32 Prentice, Lloyd 32 Prettyman, Colleen 32
Quick. Marla 28, 70. 72, 98
Rachetts. Kathi 18, 50, 64, 97, 113
Rachetts. Linda 32 Rask, Allen 36, 85 Rask, Karen 36 Ravert, Debra 32 Razo, Dan 32 Razo, Linda 18. 60, 69, 90 Reddish, Nancy 32, 71, 72 Reed. Cheri 32. 71, 88 Reitz, Cynthia 32 Reitz, Deborah 34, 36 Reno, Rusty 32, 95 Reno, Vicki 36 Renteria. Connie 28
Reynolds, John 18 Reynolds. Robert 18 Richards, Jon 19. 86, 91 Rinehart, Connie 32 Rinehart, Georgia 28 Ritter. Colleen 19 Roberts, Don 28. 68. 69, 74, 80. 82. 91 Robbins, Dennis 32 Rodriguez. Joe 36, 76 Roe. Wesley 28. 93 Roebuck. Vivian 36 Rohrbouck, Bob 19 Rohrbouck, Janice 36 Romick, Cathy 36 Rosane, Linda 28 Ross, Joyce 36 Ross, Lillian 19, 112 Roy, Clara 28 Roy. Richard 28 Rubeck. Della 28. 62. 98. 116 Ruebeck, Nancy 36 Rusk, Doug 26, 28, 62, 66, 96, 98
Rust. Robin 36. 77 Rust, Terry Ann 36 Rust, Tom 28, 48
Sampson, John 19, 54 Sanchez. Art 32 Sandberg, Sara 32 Sanders, Mark 28 Saum. Mark 32 Schafer. Scott 33 Schmidt. Wayne 19, 75, 86, 91. 119 Schneider, Ronald 28, 71, 72 Schnell, Diana 36 Schnell. Linda 33 Schnell, Roger 19. 94 Schnell, Stephen 19, 94 Schommer, Barb 12, 15, 19,
64. 67. 92. 97 Schommer, Bill 19, 62. 64 Schommer. Jon 33, 74, 95 Schommer, Tom 33 Schulze, Warner 36. 77 Seebohm. Gregg 33, 76 Seiler, Jerry 36. 77, 83 Seiler, Jim 28, 68. 69, 80, 81 Seim. Wayne ( John) 19, 55, 67. 68 Shannon. Bill 33, 76 Shannon, Karen 36, 88, 95 Shannon, Robert 8, 19, 64, 67, 74. 95 Shaughnessy, Steve 36 Shaw, Carl 33 Sheldon, Gene 20, 74 Shelmadine, Sally 20 Shelmadine, Shelly 20 Sherlock, Don 36. 77, 83 Sherlock, Malvin 33 Shimp. Kathy 28. 66, 70 Shoop, Jerry 33, 72 Shores, Robert 20, 74 Shrewsbury, Ginger 20 Shultz, Vicki 33
Sibbitt, Joan 30, 33, 71, 79, 98
Sibbitt, John 28, 78 Simmons, Tom 36
Simpson, Brenda 36 Skovold, Torild 33 Smith, Jerry 29 Smith, Jo Anne 33 Smith, Karen 29, 71. 72 Smith, Kathy 29, 98 Smith, Kolinda 33, 79 Smith, Morace 33, 76. 84 Smith, Randy 83 Smith. Rockie 29. 75 Snyder, Timothy 33 Sorum, Steve 20, 74, 80, 86,
Soto, Albert 29 Sowders, Shirley 33 Spencer, Dan 20, 74, 80, 81 Spencer. Tim 37, 77, 83 Spurgin, Jim 24, 29, 69. 70,
Stalos, Stephen 18, 23, 64. 71, 95
Staman. Teckla 33, 79 Stanton, Lynda 37 Steinman. Chris 33, 70 Steinman, Paula 29 Steinman, Steve 37, 77 Stengel, Larry 20, 68. 69 Stewart, G. Terry 29, 76 Stinnette. Doug 33 Suiter, Barb 20 Suiter, Betty 37 Sutton, Alfred 29 Sutton. Cheryl 29 Sutton, Ron 20. 53 Sward, Dale 85 Sward Stephen 37 Sydow, Connie 37 Sydow, Erwin 37, 72 Sydow, Larry 29
Taylor, Kathy 20 Taylor Keva 33 Thies, Christy 20, 43 Thomas, Betty 29 Thomas. Peggy 37 Thompson, Lynne 33, 70 Thompson, Roger 37, 77, 83 Timbers, Jane 9. 59, 70, 72 88
Timmerman, Mark 37, 85 Todd, Bob 29. 49 Todd. Janelle 33. 72 Todd, Linda 21
Tolstedt, Jerry 29, 74, 82, 91 Tolstedt, Michael 37, 77, 85 Tolstedt, Susan 21, 88 Trabert, Joyce 37 Trank, Marsha 29, 62, 69, 71,
Trenkle, Gary 21, 63, 64, 67,
Tucker, Dean 33, 68 Turman, Abbie 33 Tutt, Jo Anne 21, 61
Ullrich, John 33, 68 Underwood. Linda 9, 88 Ushio, Charles 37, 77, 85 Ushio, Julie 29. 70
Ushio, Kenneth 21, 67, 71
Vallejo, Bob 24. 29. 71. 75. 86 Vallejo, Kathee 33, 70, 98 Vallentine, Roberta 37, 68, 69 Vasquez, Carlos 21, 53 Vasquez, John 29 Vogel. Cheryl 30. 33 Vogel, Cindy 37 Vogel, Joanne 12. 21, 22, 44, 96. 106 Vogel, Katherine 33 Vogel. Pat 21. 105 Vogel. Steve 37, 77
Wacker, Jeffrey 29 Wagner, Linda 33 Walker, Dave 33 Walker, Lianne 33 Walker, Marcia 29 Walker. Rick 37, 83 Ward, Janet 33 Ward, Peggy 29, 71. 72. 81.
Way. Pat 29. 62. 66. 92 Weisgerber, John 37, 77, 83 Weisgerber, Judy 33 Weisgerber, Raymond 22 Weisgerber, Sharon 22 Wernke, Carol 33 West. Karen 22. 47. 88 West, Ronald 29 Whartman, Jim 33 Whitlock, Byron (Lee) 29, 84 Wickham, Steven 37, 77, 83 Wilcox. Patti 29. 70 Wilkins, Janet 22. 61. 72. 92. 106
Wilkins, Randy 33 Wilkinson. Chris 37. 77. 84 Wilson, Blaine 29 Wilson. Jack 22. 74. 91 Wilson, Janet 33 Wood, Kenneth 22, 61. 67, 94 Wood. Sheila 22, 60, 70, 90,
Woods, Chuck 33 Woods, Debra 22. 69. 105 Worth, Jerry 22, 67. 74, 86
Yeager, John 29 Yeager, Pauline 37 Yekel, Paula 37. 79 Yekel, Penny 29. 79. 97 Young, Clayton 37
Zillinger, Sharon 37 Zimmerman, Judy 29 Zimmerman, Marcia 33, 68 Zobel. Helga 29, 66 Zobel, Wayne 33. 69, 84 Zurn. Donald 37. 77. 83
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REX'S HAMBURGER SHOP........................ I 12 Box Butte
SELLECK ABSTRACT COMPANY ................... 308 Laramie
SMITH, KIRT, INSURANCE...................118 East Fourth
THIELE CRYSTAL SHOP......................... 306 Box Butte
TODD'S BODY SHOP................................ 620 Flack
V. F. W......................................... 424 Flack
WOLLASTON'S RADIO........................ 208 West Third
KANSAS-NEBRASKA NATURAL GAS COMPANY INC.
Junior and Misses Fashions
313 Box Butte
220 Box Butte 762-5777
ALLIANCE FOX THEATRE
Congratulations to the
Class of '68
U.S. Royal Tires RCA Victor Television RCA Whirlpool Appliances Auto and Tractor Parts
762-1857 217 West Third
"Forget my diet: be generous with the butter." Sandie Loveless Tari Corp
410 Box Butte 762-4100 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY m
ALLIANCE READY-MIX COMPANY
Concrete at its Best!
762-3236 East 3rd
103Congratulatons to ALLIANCE
the Class of 1968 HOTEL CAFE
J. L. "OLEY" SAYLOR "The Place to Eat in
Texaco Bulk Plant
102 Box Butte 762-3460
THE GUARDIAN STATE BANK
224 Box Butte
"$5,000 without interest should do it!"
F. L. Balderson Joy Beagle Rick Herian
WILLARD WORLEY, Proprietor
ALLIANCE FLORAL COMPANY
"Gifts and Flowers for Every Occasion"
Alliance 71 I West Third
322 Box Butte 762-1910
CRUST BUSTER KENT HYDRA HARROW
West 3rd Alliance 762-5000
ALLIANCE BEAUTY SCHOOL
114 East 3rd Street
"Don't get nervous!"
Pat Vogel Debra Woods
2241 2 Box Butte
Brantly Helicopter Distributors Mooney Dealers
Instruction—Charter Ambulance A E Mechanic
DON BROWN, Operator
105A W DRIVE-IN
Gallons "Fine food plus quick service." Janet Wilkins Merrily Matejko Lunches
I 2 Gallons Refreshments
323 Flaclc FOR ORDERS TO GO CALL Alliance
Floor Covering Draperies Linoleum Carpet Cleaning Service Master
315 Laramie 762-2945
PELTZ CONSTRUCTION AND STEEL BUILDING
MODERN STRAN-STEEL BUILDINGS
Custom Home Builders
1016 Flack Alliance 762-1768
"Buy at a Home-owned Store."
223 Missouri 762-4683
TENTH STREET GROCERY
"Think of the calories!"
Linda Holmes Mr. Lyle Stephens
214 W. 10th 762-9949
DE LUXE RADIATOR SERVICE
JERRY HOOD 504 Flack Alliance
"A penny for your thoughts." Mr. Jack Mowder Jim Spurgin
914 West 10th 762-4475
West Third 762-5300 Alliance, Nebraska
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '68
508 Flack 762-2975
RED AND JACK'S BODY SHOP
"You missed this spot."
Dale Hawley Mr. Red Hawley Mr. Jack Gricke
600 West 2nd 762-3028
108LEGION SUPPER CLUB AND LOUNGE
Congratulations, Class of '68
214l 2 West I Oth 762-3787
"Yum, pizza for my party!" Joanne Vogel Gene Vogel 113 East 3rd Street
"Oh, come on, Dad!"
Larry Hatch Virgil Hatch
424 Box Butte 762-5463
109BLACK'S OPEN RANGE
"Black's has the largest selection of boots in Nebraska." Tom Hood Orelia Duran Mrs. Arnold Black
Run by Ranchers, for Ranchers"
210 Box Butte
762-4670HOWARD E. CHRISTENSEN
ELMER R. KISSACK
1020 Mississippi 762-2006
15 West Third
Olympia Typewriters and
DECKER'S FOOD CENTER
Alliance's Newest Supermarket
"That sign catches the eye."
West 3rd Street Phone 762-2412
IIIInterior Decorating Ceramic Tile Draperies Linoleum Carpets Paint
723 Flack Avenue 762-4488
JOHNSON PELTZ INC.
HOWARDS AND LENLA'S
"Do you have purses fo match?"
Sue Foster Lillian Ross Mr. Howard Wiseman
Congratulations to the Class of '68
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES
Area 136 Alliance, Nebraska
112ALLIANCE C. B. Q. EMPLOYEE'S CREDIT UNION
"What do you mean 2+2=5?"
Marda-Gale Worden Kathi Rachetts
103 East First Street 762-5702
Congratulations Class of ’68
Portable, Standard, Electric
206 Box Butte Alliance 762-3675
F M BOOTERY
305 Box Butte 762-1132
113NEIL'S TRUCKING SERVICE AND WESTERN BEAUTY
NEIL'S AUTO AND
414 Black Hills 762-3310
Hardware and Furniture I |
402 Box Butte "What color today?" Mrs. Ermidean Haas Jennifer Haas
762-2738 118 West 4th 762-2451
Oid "Sread 7£ed Seal
PODHAISKY ART JERRY'S
INSURANCE AGENCY Boot Shop
at Reynolds Shoe Shop
"Your Protection is
Our Best Policy" Your
762-5321 Alliance ACME COWTOWN Dealer
"To Serve You Is Our Pleasure"
COY AND WINIFRED RICE, Owners 636 East 7th
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '68
Is Our Business"
BILL NORMA'S HOBBY AND COIN SHOP
ALLIANCE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
704 Toluca 762-5110 MARJORIE S. HEWITT
Exclusive Apparel for Women and Misses
"Chocolate covered grapes! You’re kidding." C. W. Prall Harold Colerick
415 West 7th Alliance
115BOWL-MOR LANES NEBRASKA CERTIFIED POTATO GROWERS
Bowling, Billiards Snack Bar Seed and Table Potatoes Insecticides and Fertilizers
210 Niobrara 762-5570
Alliance, Nebraska 202 Laramie 762-2440
SYMBOL OF FARM LEADERSHIP
PETROLEUM PRODUCTS AND FERTILIZER PRODUCTS CREDIT UNION SERVICE
724 West Third Street Alliance, Nebraska
762-4992 East Alliance
117ALLIANCE TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY
Tenth and Flaclc
"It's my size."
Linda Brehm Susan Loveless Debbie Kramer
311 Box Butte 762-5439
BOX BUTTE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
118ALLIANCE NATIONAL BANK
"By the way, we do have an alarm system." Leroy Schommer Wayne Schmidt Bruce Blume
West 3rd and Laramie
JIM'S MOBILE HOMES
KURL N' SWIRL
Sales and Service
JIM POWERS Owner
119 E. 4th 762-2771
615 Flack Ave.
Alliance, Neb. 69301 Phone 762-1146
Petroleum Products LP Gas Heating Equipment Appliances
814 East 3rd 762-2268
119ALLIANCE LUMBER CO. NORGE LAUNDRY AND
Your Friendly Yard "The Best Costs No More"
762-3274 1020 W. 3rd Alliance Complete Self-Service Laundry Expert Pressing 807 East 3rd
COVER-JONES MOTOR COMPANY
"You Can Do Better" at Cover-Jones
RENO SINCLAIR SERVICE
Motor Tune Up Service Gasoline—Fuel Oil Lubes—Goodyear Tires
3rd and Yellowstone Alliance
For the Lowest Prices in Western Nebraska
"This isn't my shade!"
Suzan Green Mrs. Jerry Mintzer
304 Box Butte 762-4033
GOLDEN RULE MARKET
Alliance, Nebraska 762-4334
120HOFMANN ELECTRIC Electrical Wiring JACK'S EAST THIRD TEXACO
762-3456 523 Black Hills 904 E. 3rd Alliance
FRY BROTHERS SHOP ALLIANCE STANDARD SERVICE
Blacksmith and Welding 3rd and Mississippi Alliance, Nebraska
211 Willamette Phone 762-4065
321 W. Third 762-5037
EXQUISITE JEWELRY TASTE THAT BEATS THE OTHERS COLD
WILLIAMS JEWELERS PEPSICOLA
R. L. (BOB) WILLIAMS
317 Box Butte Ave. Alliance, Nebraska PEPSI POURS IT ON 762-2646 Alliance
121BILL CAMPBELL CHEVROLET
"The one we furnished the school is just like this one."
Mr. Bill Campbell Bill Ireland
"Save with Safety Where the Action Is" CHEVROLETS . OLDSMOBILES • CADILLACS
122The Yearbook Staff gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the many people who helped in the production of the 1968 Bulldog. We wish to especially thank the following individuals:
—Mrs. Alice Nelson, our advisor, for her unselfish dedicaton to our every need
—The administration and faculty for enduring our countless interruptions
—Mr. Bernard Becker for his invaluable assistance as a critic
—Mr. Stan Bedient for his advice concerning printing problems and checking on final copy
—Advisers and Patrons for their confidence which inspired us to produce the best possible yearbook
The Yearbook StaffWORLEY STUDIO
Modular scheduling's emphasis on personal responsibility and individual study provides seniors with the opportunity to better prepare themselves for meeting the obligations of adulthood.
124TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
"The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made”
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