Alliance High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Alliance, NE)

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YOUNG AMERICA — Adapts To Campus Life... Development and housing of a growing vocational program which attempts to meet today’s needs influence Alliance High. Under modular scheduling this and other curriculum offerings are being expanded and improved. These changes have necessitated the addition of several new buildings and have prompted the student body to be more on their own and to accept personal responsibility. THE BULLDOG spotlights that segment of YOUNG AMERICA that has successfully completed the transition of adapting to campus life. NORTH BUILDING J 2VOCATIONAL BUHDING TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Opening Section 13 Faculty and Curriculum 31 Music and Drama 41 Organizations 51 Sports 66 Seniors 82 Juniors 88 Sophomores 92 Index 96 Ads SOUTH BUILDINGSwings Into Action . . . Bull sessions liven school for Rhondo Cose. Mike Dietrich ond Mory O'Connor. Deadlines for Spud frustrate Sue Andrick, Bob Furrow and Allen Rask. Excitement began this year with the enrollment of 506 students and continued as YOUNG AMERICA swung into action in the halls and classrooms and on the athletic field. Enthusiasm continued to run high as the year progressed. Social life involved many as class meetings, club programs, and school sponsored dances utilized the unlimited energy of students. 4An antique sleigh provides an unusual "ride" for Tom Novotny and Connie Kirchner. 5Survives Hectic Days . . . Conquering unavoidable trials and tribulations: forgotten lunch money, lost assignments, inevitable deadlines, overdue books, broken friendships, imagined slights, agonizing defeats mold YOUNG AMERICA. "Mom, con you bring my speech to the North High?" asks Vic Covalt. 'l must find that assignment," frets Lynda Foster. Lonnie Cowher worries about mistakes made in a rugged gome. 6Cindy Girard digs that art. Pandemonium reigns behind the scenes. Finds An Outlet. . . Homecoming Queen Mary O'Connor and attendants Karen Shannon and Gayle Grabher, were crowned during half time. Life begins with the discovery of one’s true self. The challenge to be identified with something worth doing, and the feeling that results from personal recognition, form important outlets for YOUNG AMERICA 7Bridges The Gap . . . Student Council is one segment of Young America which attempts to improve communication between generations. International understanding is fostered by the Student Council’s sponsorship of a foreign exchange student. Through this project, the Council learns to accept financial responsibility. Student council officers Chuck Ushio, Vice-President, Karen Shannon, Secretary, Chris Wilkinson, President, and Tim Spencer, Treasurer, welcome A.F.S. exchange student Lorraine Knowsley. Chris Neuswanger is dubious of Karen Shannon STUDENT COUNCIL: Chris Wilkinson, Mary Jo Phaneuf, Deb Reitz, Lana Peterson, Phyllis Vallejo, Dan Sanchez, Al Heidingsfelder, Rusty Morgan, Steve Wilkinson, and Dan Dietrich. Sponsors: Miss Ellen Christensen and Mr. Willis Furman.Steve Wickham and Dave Vorovka urge students to vote in School State Election. Changes The Scene . .. Everyday routine proves dull for YOUNG AMERICA, and change of scene is always welcome. Youth accepts the opportunity to vary the daily schedule by taking part in political debates, helping innovate new classroom procedures, and establishing new extra-curricular activities. Jane Grothen and Allen Rask video-tape a speech for self-evaluation. Coaches Chaney and Shelmadine win the egg-throwing contest on "Fred Crope Day." 9PEP CLUB ROYALTY: Chonfleoder Kay Hefti, Secretary Jo Akert, Attendant Tim Spencer, President Jane Grothen Pep Club Boyfriend Tom Novotny, Vice-President Gayle Grabher, Attendant Steve Wickham, Treasurer Danila Bowman. Shares Festive Holiday Spirit After crossing a snow-covered bridge into a land of make-believe, couples attending the Pep Club Formal were awed by the "Winter Wonderland" theme. The candle-lit scene reflected the snowflakes and snowmen decorating the walls. High-light of all the decorations was an antique sleigh placed in the center of the dancing floor. "What a night," sigh Joy Franklin and David Johannes. 10Lonnie Cowher goes back for seconds. "Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree!" Hallways of AHS were filled with the magic of the holiday season as YOUNG AMERICA decorated the Christmas tree and exchanged season's greetings. Sally Metz is ready to deliver Y-Teen gifts to the Indian children. 1 1. . . Searches For A Place Twelve action-packed years of laughing, learning, and working together ended as the graduating seniors accepted their diplomas. An abundance of hope and energy supplied YOUNG AMERICA with the courage to work for awards, the responsibilities of the adult world, and the task of choosing a career. Betty Crocker Home Ec Award Winner Brenda lewis poses with DAR Citizenship Winner Susi Kcebaugh. Graduation is a solemn occasion for Brad Barrows and Carol Becker. 12ADMINISTRATION Evaluates Modular Scheduling Public education is constantly being challenged to provide young people with the educational skills necessary to live in a demanding and changing society. To enable schools to meet these challenges, a community must provide the financial support and leadership to secure improvements in the educational program. The Alliance community has demonstrated the willingness to support the public schools in a change of program and structure, educational facilities, and curriculum. This public support has been implemented with modular scheduling. Although educationally sound, modular scheduling in AHS is now ready for evaluation. This critical glance will insure continued effective educational progress and will insure improved educational results. SCHOOL BOARD: Dr. Raymond Olson, Vice-President Mr. Keith Sorum, President Mr. John Cover, Secretory Dr. Richard Joggers, Mr. Howard Wiseman, Mr. lyle Stephens 14 • GUIDANCE COUNSELORS; Mrs. Phyllis Ncuswonger and Mr. William Dreyer. SUPERINTENDENT: Mr. Martin Peterson AHS Undergoes Major Changes This year, in the administration and guidance system of A.H.S., several major changes took place in the structure and personnel. Mr. Martin Petersen filled the important vacancy of superintendent of schools. A new administrative position was added and Mr. Bob Duryea became business manager. Mr. Don Crowder assumed the job of high school principal. Before this year both guidance counselors were housed in the North Building. Mrs. Phyllis Neuswanger is now located in the South Building, while Mr. William Dreyer is stationed in the North Building. 15PERSONNEL Keep AHS in Tip-Top Shape Qualified personnel keep Alliance High running smoothly and efficiently. Students are always greeted with a smile and an answer to their problems from the diligent, hard-working secretaries in the office. In each resource center is a para-professional who checks out books and audio-visual aids to the students. The resource center personnel also assist the teachers with typing and clerical work. Under the direction of Mrs. Grace Brungard, the cafeteria provides a balanced and nourishing meal each noon. To help each student maintain good health, the school nurse makes her regular yearly examinations of eyes and ears. She is constantly on call for all emergencies. Since clean and neat surroundings are important to one's mental outlook and good study habits, the maintenance staff of AHS does its best to keep the school tidy. BOOKKEEPER: Mrs. Dixie Bloom OFFICE SECRETARIES: Mrs. Barb Dietrich, Mrs. Judy Bredenkamp, and Mrs. Janice Harris. AIDES: Mrs Janella Strand, Mrs. Mavis McLean and Mr. Mike Kosmicki. 16 Cafeteria Staff member Mrs. Katherine Reitz and CAFETERIA STAFF: Mmes. Margaret Garrett, Pearl Ferbrache, Alyce Hullinger, CAFETERIA MANAGER Mrs. Grace Brungard. and Elsa Smith. SCHOOL NURSE: Mr . Thelma Merritt. SCHOOL CUSTODIANS: Messrs. Bob Roebuck and Lupe Garza. 17Mrs. Alice Nelson Algebra, Gen. Math Yearbook Dept. Chairmon Mr. James Hawk Algebra Consumers Math Math Analysis Mr. James McDermott Geometry Modern Math Mr. Fred Petersen Science Dept. Chairman Gene Kooper admires a periodic fable made by Mr. Bill Morchont. Students Explore Math and Science Scientific experimentation and application of reasoning power helped students to gain the knowledge needed to tackle the complicated problems of the Math and Science Department. Equations, theorems and proofs uncover great truths in math courses which range from algebra, geometry, and consumers math to math analysis. Courses are designed for both the college bound and vocationally oriented pupils. Study of chemistry, biology, physiology, and physics was the program established for those interested in science. Chemistry posed problems from the structure of molecules to the mixture of chemicals. The biology-physiology classes studied the complicated structure of the human body. Physics was a unit course for the study of matter-energy and their interrelationship. 18Deb Overturf explores the world of o young gerbil. Carlo Sorum finds the overhead projector important in class participation. Mr. Jerry Gardner Aviation Biology Mr. Larry Yost Anatomy-Physiology Mr. William Merchant Chemistry PhysicsFaculty conferences prove beneficial to Mr. Bill Zuspon and Mr. Phil Schweitzer. SOCIAL SCIENCE Utilizes Small Group Techniques Small group discussions vitalize the entire Social Studies Program. Each student is urged to express himself in lively, thought-provoking sessions. American History helps a student understand his past and inspires him to participate in molding his future. Special projects during the year led students to realize community, national, and worldwide problems. Participation in County Government, discussion of U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT, and the student writing of a final chapter for the course gave timely application to the study. College-bound students are urged to enroll in the Senior Economics-Sociology class. Theory of economics is supplemented by individual income tax reports, daily stock market report and a field trip to the local bank. Sociology classes utilize the problem solving technique for discussion of the student's life values centered about the individual, the home, and the nation. Peggy Thomas uses free mods to confer with Mr. Furman. Mr. Thomas Hovorka Modern Problems American Government Economics Miss Ellen Christensen Cultural Geography World History 20 Mr. Willis Furmon American History Sociology Dept. Chairman Mr. Bill Zuspan American History Mr. Phil Schweitzer American History Mr. tannic Shelmadine Health Ed It's a high reach even for Nancy Rubeck. A new course was required this year in the curriculum of A.H.S. Health Education was designed to make students aware of the drug problem and the ever present threat to them as individuals. The large group lecture was used for films, filmstrips, and any other available audio-visual material. The open-minded small group discussions led the way to honest and informative sessions. Mr. Shelmadine leads lively discussions. 21Advanced mechanics students gain valuable experience in repairing, tuning, and overhauling engines of various makes ond sizes. Mrs. Juanita Glorum Mrs. Annette Pool Mr. Lonnie Sherlock Shorthand Business Office Practice Secretarial Office Practice Typing Bookkeeping Distributive Education Mr. Jack Kennedy Mechanics Adv. Electricity 22"Which is it, debit or credit?" asks Roy Fester. Mr. Bruce Rockey Carpentry, D.O. Graphic Arts Dept. Chairman Mr. Kenneth Ware Vocational Agriculture Metals Electricity Vocational Dept. Stresses Both Theory and Practice Classes in typing, shorthand, bookkeeping and business office practice play an important part in the Vocational Department. Techniques such as correctness in typing and quick and accurate dictation are all accomplished in order to prepare students for a life in the office world. Vocational agriculture covers farm and ranch management and farm mechanics covers farm machinery adjustment and repair. In the diverse three year mechanics program, students work from mechanical theory in the first year courses to laboratory experience in advanced courses. Two years in electricity teach basics along with the use of test equipment. Graphic Arts covers all areas of printing. Distributive Education is offered in order for the student to receive "on the job training" in the vocation he desires. Jayne Chipperfield watches her ‘P's' and 'QY. 23Designing challenges Erwin Sydow and Steve Chleborad. Brenda Lewis observes Kelly Yost in the family living program. Practical Arts Develop Skills The vocational Home Economics Department of Alliance High School is set up to meet the needs of the future homemakers as well as a preliminary step to those who wish to continue in higher education in the Home Economics field. A total of four years of Home Ec is offered in our system. Essential skills and knowledge are taught in the areas of food and nutrition, construction of clothing, housing and home furnishings, and human development of the family. For seniors, a course in Family Living is designed. Drafting is one of the numerous courses designed for students in the Industrial Arts Department. One semester of this course is devoted exclusively to architectural design and model building. Other phases covered are perspective; mechanical; oblique; projections; and descriptive geometry. The course is geared to college bound engineering students as well as those who wish to enter the trades and vocational field. 24Mr. Thomas Bibbey Band Mr. John Cundy Orchestra Mr. William Neergaard Vocal Music Mrs. Juliet Rowbotham Art Band Day arrives for Nancy Bennett. Sketching looks easy for Dan Gerber. Students Find Challenge in Music and Art High notes of a clear soprano voice ... rehearsal of a difficult trumpet passage . . . sonorous tones of a cello ... all are familiar sounds in the hall. These daily sessions of individual practice and group rehearsal produce outstanding performances by the band, orchestra, and choir. Inspiration came in unexpected forms to stimulate the minds of young artists. Beautifully decorated halls displayed the originality and creativity necessary to reveal hidden talent. An appreciation for the esthetic beauty of art was instilled in many. 25Miss Sandra Pilfold Physical Education Mr. Paul Chaney Physical Education Mr. Robert Morris Drivers' Education Robert Morris warns Ron Neafus to relax. Rondo Peterson and Karen Todd fight for control of the ball. Phys Ed.-Driver’s Ed. Stress Health and Safety The never ending field of education at A.H.S. stresses physical as well as "mental" development. Team sports such as speedball, soccer, volleyball, and softball provide competition which contributes to good health. Above all, it provides an important objective —the ability to get along with others. Individual sports include tumbling and gymnastics which propel the student to excel as an individual. Defensive driving practices are taught in Drivers' Ed. "On the road" experience teaches maneuvers and highway safety, and helps each person to realize their driving responsibility. The classroom instruction teaches rules and laws of driving, and information about the automobile engine and insurance. 26Kathy Edwards finds many topics to her interest as she browses through the large selection of books and materials. Library Provides Learning Atmosphere A school librarian is often faced with the dilemma of trying to maintain a quiet, yet comfortable atmosphere for reading and study. A.H.S. librarian, Esther Myers' efforts prove fruitful, as the library is a popular study area. One may choose from a wide variety of three hundred dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, and other reference books. Forty magazines provide additional reference and relaxation, and a collection of over six thousand fiction and nonfiction books enhance the imagination of many. Mr. lloyd Goldstcdt Special Education Chuck Ushio's expression shows that he is proud of being first to the daily newspaper. Mrs. Vivian Andrews South High Librarian Dept. Chairman Mrs. Esther Myers North High Librarian 27Mr. Bernord Becker Dept. Chairman English Mrs. Eunice Petersen English Mrs. Jeraldine Davis English Resource Center records intrigue Paul Wood and Don Drcyer. Communications Design Diversified Curriculum The study of literature allows many students to derive concepts for their own life values. These values are gained through the theme concept of American English and World Literature. Coupled with this objective in the Communications Department is the emphasis on all aspects of logical communication—both written and oral. In the sophomore year the students approach world literature in such units as "The Leader and The Group" and "Sin and Loneliness". Juniors study "Transcendentalism", "Calvinism", and "Materialism" in American Literature. Seniors study "Shakespeare", "The Novel", "Satire", and "Romantic poetry"—all centered about the theme approach. Practical English I and II are designed for the vocational students. Project English has been developed for the student deserving more of a challenge. More material is covered and study in greater depth is emphasized. Speech I is designed to teach students the fundamentals of speech—voice, diction, and public speaking. Speech II furthers the development of the speaker in such activities as radio shows. The second semester consists mainly of drama. Journalism I includes the fundamentals of news writing and news gathering. Journalism II consists of laboratory editing of the Spud. Both classes report and prepare the school newspaper. 28Mr. James Waechter English Speech Dramatics Mr. William Ashley English Journalism Shakespeare’s tragedies cause serious thoughts for Joyce Ross. Mary Ostrander seems to have forgotten the tense moments that always precede a speech. Mrs. Linda Cose English Miss Jody Woltt English 29Mrs. Vera Briggs Latin Nancy finds herself caught between two instructors. Miss Kullbom Nancy Podhaisky Mr. Polyakov Miss Janice Kullbom Spanish Mr. Ivan Polyakov German Language Department Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Do you speak German? Spanish? Latin? Many Alliance High students would answer "yes" to at least one of these questions. Inspired by a language department which offers four years of Spanish, three years of German, and two of Latin, many Alliance High students undertake a journey into the unknown-learning a foreign language. Aided by records and tapes, teachers introduce students into a new world of sound. Patience, a must for every student and especially the teacher, is rewarded with the self-satisfaction of conquering a foreign language. Mrs. Briggs helps Jeonette Watkins conjugate verb patterns in Latin I. 30MUSIC and DRAMA Inspirational music and heart warming drama are fine art mainstays of high school activities 31CONCERT BAND—FRONT ROW—Chris Wilkinson, Deb Overturf, Deb Olson, Jane Trank, Debra Lee, Kathy Edwards, Julie Bignell. SECOND ROW—Nancy Bennett, Iona Peterson, Jayne Chipperfield, Renee Zobel, Becky Francis, Roberta Vallentine, Diane Smith. THIRD ROW—Sherri Jinks, Marina Dafney, Rhondc Case, Rondo Peterson, Debbie Chadwick, Jo Akert. Mary Ann Steinman, Nancy West, Jacki Hirst, Don Dreyer. FOURTH ROW—Susie Timbers, Janet Behm, Maurene Green, Mary Chinnock, Sara Cheney, Susi Keebaugh, Clint Schafer, Mike Marvin. MAJORETTE: Marina Dafney SENIOR MAJORETTE: Jacki Hirst MAJORETTE: Debbie Chadwick 32FRONT ROW—Undo Jones, Rhonda Chadwick, Georgia Bates, Danita Bowman, Mary Jo Phaneuf, Carol Pcltz, Debbie Curtiss, Jean Curtiss. SECOND ROW—Bill Wcrnke, Don Failor, Mike Vallejo, Jeanette Watkins, Paula Peterson, Linda Johnson, Dennis Ridgley, Brenda Garrett. THIRD ROW—Bev Solberg, Scott Scebohm, Jesse Chadwick, Jerry Fester, Nancy Lawrence, Dennis Girard, Peggy Schnell, Kay Drabbels, Susan Schommer, Susan Todd. FOURTH ROW—Mark Bowman, George Farr, Tom Novotny, Vic Covalt, Randy McMastcrs, Jim Cunningham, Dan Smaha, Ron Tuft, Steve Wilkinson, Linda Thomas. BAND OFFICERS: Nancy West, Susi Kecbaugh, Diane Smith, Nancy Bennett, Mr. Bibbcy, Rhonda Chadwick. Cymbals Crash, Drums Roll, Here Comes the Band! Entertaining half-time performances during football season begin with a whistle command and a downbeat from a drum. Outstanding displays of talent were given throughout the school year, with marching in the fall, and concerts for the remainder of the year. Under the direction of Mr. Thomas Bibbey, the band earned an overall superior in their excursion to Band Day at the University of Wyoming. Playing a full array of popular and traditional tunes, the band waited in anxious anticipation for the District Band Contest. After a very successful year of playing at football games, concerts, pep rallies, and parades, the band closed its season with the final notes of "Pomp and Circumstance" played during spring commencement exercises. 33ORCHESTRA—FRONT ROW: Raymond Chipperfield, Vivian Roebuck. SECOND ROW: Barb Wilkins, Cheri Furrow, Kevin McAndrew. THIRD ROW: Debbie Tyndall, Robin Haller, Diane Smith, Debbie lee. FOURTH ROW: Susie Timbers, Mary Chinnock, Susi Keebaugh, Ron Tuft, Steve Wilkinson, Linda Thomas, Jerry Fester. STANDING: Mr. John Cundy. ORCHESTRA OFFICERS: Barb Taylor and Ray Chipperfield. Orchestra Perfects Instrumental Skills Under the direction of Mr. John Cundy, the Panhandle's only orchestra had a busy and rewarding season. Top musicians in grades seven through twelve played a variety of tunes including March in G, Scherzo, and Yuletide Fantasy. Orchestra members, some of which are chosen from the band, spend much time and energy to further develop their talents as they meet five days a week. Activities included concerts, contests, and the allschool musical, "Annie Get Your Gun." 34FRONT ROW: Sharon Whitney, Dee Dee Peterson. SECOND ROW: Carol Pclfz, Tom Langmacher, Vickie Roebuck. THIRD ROW: Debbie Olson, Lana Peterson, Dana Furman, Peggy Schncll, Kay Drabbets, Susan Schommer. FOURTH ROW: Scott Seebohm, Bev Solberg. STANDING Dusty Roebuck, Jerome Mills, Barbara Taylor. ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR: Mr John Cundy CONCERT MASTER: Raymond ChipperfieldCHOIR—FRONT ROW: Jackie Wyckoff, Violet Behm, Jcral Merrihew. Kay Drabbles, Shirley Hippe, Debbie Olson. SECOND ROW: Sherri Clapp, Dixie Wood, Susan Mathews, Karen Shannon, Jane Grothen, Dianna Kotschwar, Linda Holmes, Bev Solberg. THIRD ROW: Debbie Strieker, Vicki Robbins, Kathy Roe, Joyce Trabert, Ava Lambert, Kathy Nuss, Lorraine Knowsley, Danita Bowman, Scott Lyman, Jim Reddish. BACK ROW: Karen Todd, Jerene Johnston, Nancy Powell, Jane Trumble, Nancy Podhaisky, Mary Cheatle, Hester Howard, Milo Rust, Rich Haslow, Jim Colwell. CHOIR OFFICERS: Vice president Nancy Powell, Director Mr. William Neer-gaard. President Deb Reitz, Secretary Kay Hefti Presenting Concerts Keeps Choir Active This year the choral music groups went further than the traditional "do-re-mi" and involved themselves in the presentation of delightful public performances. Mixed choir was open to all students in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades. Bright purple pant suits and shirts signified membership in Chamber Singers, the select vocalists of the choir. It was necessary to try out and be chosen for this select group. This year. Alliance High was the location of the Tri-City Choral Clinic which attracted students from Kimball and Sidney. The season began with their annual Winter Concert. The spiritual, "The New is Old" was featured with the audience participating in the singing. Jazz rock music was included in the Pre-Contest and Spring Concerts. Other songs featured were "Close to You" and "Walk on By". Chamber Singers mas-tred "It's Up to Us" and "Bridge over Troubled Waters". Accompanied by Bob Glau, the Chamber Singers performed at several community functions.FRONT ROW; T.J. McAndrcw, Bob Glau, Terri Collins, Janet Pokorski, Connie Kirchner, Deb Perkins, Marjorie King. SECOND ROW: Tom Dill, Randy Baugh, Dianne Thorne, Mary Ann Steinman, Jon Suiter, Deb Reitz, Kay Hcfti, Cindy Dill, Marcia Miller, THIRD ROW: Mitch Herman, Art Ullrich, Ron Ward, Brenda Lewis, Jeanette Watkins, Susi Bignell, Cheryl Billings, Deb Hulsebusch, Vickie Walker, Sharyl Jesse. FOURTH ROW: Brad Barrows, Scott Plank, Mike Hare, Darrel Leisy, Dale Lawrenz, Gary Rask, Sara Cheney, Linda Freiberger, Robyn Weisgerber, Lana Bright. Not Pictured: Delores Holy Eagle, Wendy Wickham, Mary O’Connor, Myron Mix, Rhonda Chadwick. CHAMBER SINGERS: FRONT ROW: Ava Lambert, Jackie Wyckoff, Nancy Podhaisky, Kay Drabbels, Brenda Lewis, Linda Freiberger, Terri Collins, Janet Pokorski, Connie Kirchner. SECOND ROW: Tom Dill, Scott Lyman, Ron Ward, Jim Reddish, Jim Colwell, Brad Barrows, Art Ullrich, T.J. McAndrew, Allen Rask, Bob Glau.One-Act Plays Hone Dramatic Abilities Sponsored by the Thespian troop 3146, the One-Acts provided four entertaining plays. The plays were: "Gallery", a play about death, directed by Rex Peterson, "Wandering", an Avante Garde drama, directed by Randy McMasters, "Will the Real Jesus Christ Please Stand Up", a contemporary allegory, directed by George Farr, and "The Farmer's Daughter", an old-fashioned "mellar dramar", directed by Vic Covalt. Also included in the program was an original drama, written, produced, and directed by Randy McMasters and his cast. Randy's group also provided transitions between each of the One-Acts which served to give the evening a co-ordinated theme. These plays compete with each other for the honor of participating in the District Speech Contest. The One-Acts co-ordinator this year was Pat Nakatsu. Lorric Knowslcy, T.J. McAndrcw, and Tom Brandt rehearse for the one-act ploy, "Gallery." Somber expressions drape the faces of Roberta Vallentine, Paul Wood, and Rusty Morgan in the one-act play, "Wandering." 38Janice Wilson owns the teenage coffee shop. Teacher, played by Hester Howard, listens to student, Jim Abegg, who seems to be in continuous turmoil. Junior Class Presents “Up the Down Staircase” This play, taken from the book by Ted Kaufman, was enjoyed by a large locc crowd. Preceding the performance the ads carried the following message, "Funny, Sad", "Marvelous, entertaining", "Refreshing, touching", "Witty, Wise", "The kind of funny that hurts". The simple stage arrangement—there was only one set—had an important function. This was to help the play move quickly, deliver surprises, and most important, to convey a sense of the whole school. Thirty-four young actors carried off a successful performance of the delightful comedy which involved the life of a beginning school teacher. 39Thespians Produce Lively Dramatics Thespian troop number 3146 served as the central core for all dramatic activities at Alliance High School. The National Thespian Society is a Dramatics honor society in its fourth year in Alliance. Its purpose is to promote interest in all phases of theatre in both the school and community. To belong to this select group, members must earn a total of 15 points based on their participation either as actors or in behind-the-scenes functions. After becoming a member, Thespians participate in some capacity in every High School theatre production. Managing the stage and sponsoring the one act plays kept the eleven members of the troop occupied throughout the year. THESPIAN OFFICERS: Clerk Pat Nakatsu, Secretary-Treasurer Randy McMasters, Clerk Roberta Valentine, Vice-president Rex Peterson, President Mike Lincoln. Thespian members Allen Rask, George Farr, Jane Grothen, Mr. James Waechter, lorrie Knowsley, Vic Covalt, and Brad Barrows (how off their new block and white sweatshirts. 40DECA Emphasizes Business Techniques DECA, Distributive Education Club of America, strives to develop future leaders in distribution and marketing. It provides incentive and recognition for the Distributive Education student by presenting a scholarship to a deserving club member. By attending the state and national leadership conventions, members gained a better understanding of the DECA program. A Christmas party and the preparation of an Orpheum skit were two of the many activities of this growing club. Selling calendars financed their projects. Officers President ................. Kathy Newlin Vice-President ............ Becky Francis Secretary ................. Nancy Rubeck Treasurer.......................Terry Rust DECA officers keep in tine for sponsor Mr. Shertock. 42Tom Flower, Greg Underwood, Doug Henderson, Dove Henderson, and Tim Wills use their new equipment. Sponsor Mr. Ware and President Bill Henderson inspect the Bull Trimming Table. President .............. Bill Henderson Vice-President...........Greg Underwood Secretary ................... Tom Flower Treasurer .............. Doug Henderson Reporter ............... Dave Henderson Sentinel.......................Tim Wills F. F. A. Sponsors District Convention In the center of a strong agricultural community, F.F.A. developed competent and aggressive rural leaders. F.F.A. members walked away with first, second, and fourth positions in land judging and won second, third and fifth place in the Area Stubble Mulch Judging Contest. The District F.F.A. Convention was sponsored by the Alliance Chapter. This proved to be their biggest event of the year. Other activities included the Dad-Lad Pheasant Feed and the Parent-Son Banquet. To finance their many activities the F.F.A. boys sold Vitality Seed and Macoloy Cleaner. 43Y-TEENS Practice Open Membership Y-Teens welcome all girls into its membership and motivate the girls to play an effective and constructive part in service to the community. Preparing a Christmas program for Alliance Indian Center Children and visiting residents of the Good Samaritan Village are just two of the many projects undertaken by these girls. "We've Put It All Together" was the theme for the annual Orpheum. Proceeds from this major fund raising projects provide an education for an orphan in Hong Kong. The event also enables the Y-Teens to award a $100 scholarship to a deserving member. Fellowship flourished at the Patteran, the Mother-Daughter Banquet, Cairo installation, and the Senior Dinner. Y-Teen Officers President......................Linda Holmes Vice-President...............Mary Jo Phaneuf Secretary...................Rhonda Chadwick Treasurer ..................... Susan Todd Y-Teen Officers show enthusiasm for a world-wide program. Y-TEEN AND CABINET: FRONT ROW—Sara Cheney, Marjorie King, Nancy Pedersen, Judy McKinney, Becky Francis, Jeanette Watins, Diane Abbott, Nancy Lorenzini. SECOND ROW—Lorraine Knowsley, Dianne Johnson, Nancy Bennett, Sandra Lawson, Mrs. Myers, Nancy Rubeck, Ava Lambert, Mrs. Petersen, Julie Behm, Peggy Schneil, Mary Wacker, Mrs. Glarum. 44Sponsor, Mr. Hovorko and President Tom Novotny prepare for State Legislature. "Anyone for a hotdog,” quips Hi-Y sponsor Mr. Nelson. HI-Y Travels to Model Legislature Chilled football fans appreciated steaming hot coffee during cold games, as Hi-Y members continued to operate the Snack Shack. This fund raising project sponsors their activities throughout the year. Hi-Y boys displayed interest in their state government by traveling to Lincoln to participate in the State Model Legislature. Tom Brandt was honored as a committee chairman. Listening to guest speakers and viewing various films proved very beneficial as well as entertaining. Officers President............................Tom Novotny Vice President.......................Tom Brandt Sec.-Treas...........................Bob Leisy Sergeant of Arms.................Steve Wickham Chaplain .......................... Brad Barrows Activities Chm...................Jesse Chadwick Snack-Shack Chm......................Art Ullrich 45Spud stoff members Susan Andrick, Allen Rask, Jean Potmesil, Rex Peterson, Lorraine Knowsley, Paula Yekel and Mike Lincoln are hustling to create another copy of the Spud. Journalists Gain Valuable Experience Improvement in facilities for the Annual and Spud staffs reduced confusion as members tackled the job of publishing school events. Attending the Nebraska State Press Association Conference in Lincoln gave journalists needed experience for the creation of the Bulldog and the Spud. Staff members learned the meaning of accuracy and in-depth reporting, and found the job rewarding after the yearbook and the newspaper were finally printed. The ambitious staffs of both the Bulldog and the Spud maintained high ratings again this year. Several juniors and seniors were initiated in the Quill and Scroll. These journalists were in the upper third of their class and excelled in some phase of journalism. Spud Editor Rex Peterson and Sponsor Mr. Robert Ashley proofread the final copy. 46Bulldog stoff members Carla Sorum, Steve Wickham, and Chris Neuswanger receive advice from Sponsors Mrs. Alice Nelson and Mrs. Sherry Yost. Yearbook Co-Editors Susi Keebaugh and Nancy Rubcck tackle the endless job of picture planning. Dave Vorovka and Connie Kirchner type the final copy for Carol Becker. 47PEP CLUB Adds Sparkle Exuberant cheering of the Pep Club girls may have resulted in many hoarse voices but it added sparkle and spirit to rallies and games. Girls displayed their support for the Bulldogs by decorating the halls and traveling long distances to attend out-of-town games. Selling spook insurance before Halloween helped finance the annual winter formal. The atmosphere of "Winter Wonderland" was accented by colorful and elaborate decorations. Everyone waited in eager anticipation as the officers wandered through the crowd to choose the Pep Club Boyfriend. At the Spring Banquet chevrons were awarded to those doing outstanding work in Pep Club. Emotions rose as the 1970-71 cheerleaders tapped their successors. Officers President.......................Jane Grothen Vice-President................ Gayle Grabner Secretary ...................... Jolene Akert Treasurer.....................Danita Bowman Chant Leader....................... Kay Hefti "Yea Bulldogs!" screams Danita Bowman. "There’s something missing," quips Kay Hefti to sponsor Miss Pilfold. 48A-Club Officers and Sponsor Mr. Chaney prepare for the formal initiation Officers President....................Tim Spencer Vice-President................Jerry Seiler Sec.-Treas................... Steve Brown Sergeant-at arms ............ Chuck Ushio A-Club Recognizes Outstanding Athletes Outstanding athletes are honored with A-Club membership. These new members are initiated at the banquet. After doing such tasks as singing the school song with their coats on backward, and eating sour cream, the initiates finally have their paddles signed. No homecoming would be complete without the Homecoming Queen, who is chosen by the A-Club. A red carpet and roses serve as the background for this half-time activity. Selling refreshments at basketball games and home wrestling matches provided the finances for their activities. A-Club members Howard Jensen, Don Sherlock, and Dick Best sign, seal, and deliver “an initiate's paddle.'German Club Gains Language Skills The photographer catches the Spanish Club officers and sponsor on their way to a meeting. Spanish Club Enjoys Caroling Party Spanish Club, sponsored by Miss Jan Kullbom, is open to all students enrolled in Spanish, and those who have previously studied the language. A bake sale held in both buildings was the club's main money making project. It financed a caroling party at Christmas and also their annual Spanish Club party. Club activities brought language to life with fun and food. Students received a better understanding of customs and traditions in the Spanish speaking countries. Officers President ............ Diane Abbott Vice-President......Karen Shannon Sec.-Treas...........Nancy Pedersen German club members not only increased their knowledge of the language and its culture but had fun doing it. Under the new direction of Mr. Ivan Polyakov, the primary interest of the club this year was the organization of officers and members. Singing Christmas carols in German during the Holiday season and presenting an enjoyable skit in the annual Y-Teen Orpheum were two of their activities. Membership is open to students who have taken German in the past and to those currently enrolled in the language. Officers President ................. Nancy Podhaisky Vice-President.................Mary Wacker Secretary ............................. Peg Spencer Treasurer ................. Gayle Grabher News Reporter.........................Alvin Ehrhart German club officers enjoy a friendly chat.ATHLETICS Bulldog athletes, supported by exuberant fans and zealous coaches, endeavor to achieve that glorious and ultimate goal— VICTORY 51VARSITY FOOTBALL AHS OPP 12 12 12 0 6 Sidney 26 0 49 6 North Platte 44 12 Rapid City 13 6 20 14 Kearney 6 31 33 An extra point is on its way in the Scottsbluff game. 1970 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM—FRONT ROW—Don Foilor, Dean Forney, Howard Jensen, Al Heidingsfelder, Al Ehrhart, Mike Vallejo. SECOND ROW—Dick Best, Tri-Capt.—Tim Spencer, Tri-Copt.—Steve Wickham, Steve Gardiner, Dick Tolsfedt, Tri-Capt.— Jerry Seiler, Greg Cover. THIRD ROW—Charlie Dingman, Gene Kooper, Mike Dietrich, Don Sherlock, Dave Barth, Steve Brown. FOURTH ROW—Tim Borg, Charlie Koozer, Mike Tolstedt, Mike Marvin, Jim Colwell, Chris Abbott. 52It’s a crucial measurement. Tim Spencer breaks toward the goal line. FRONT ROW—Mark Watson, Scott Secbohm. SECOND ROW—Mitch Herman, Mike Thompson, Chuck Ushio. THIRD ROW—Steve Wilkinson, Coach Chaney. FOURTH ROW—Steve Zurn, Don Zurn, Rich Haslow. Not pictured: Coach Shelmadine. Heartbreaking Losses Mar Bulldog Grid Record Once again that old cliche that football is "a game of inches" seemed to hold true for the 1970 Bulldog football team. Though the record was two wins, six losses, and one tie, the season easily could have been five wins and four losses. As the Bulldogs found out a missed extra point or a first down attempt short by inches made the difference in victory. Missed extra points in the Chadron and Rapid City games took their toll. A short first down attempt short by inches possibly made the difference against McCook, Scottsbluff, and Rapid City. Head Coach Paul Chaney and assistant Lonnie Shelmadine may have suffered a disappointing losing season record, but the year could be termed as a "rebuilding season." Every senior, nine juniors and four sophomores all earned letters for their efforts. Five Bulldog seniors were named to the All-West Big Ten Conference team. Two juniors received honorable mention. Alliance tied for third in the West Big Ten and probably played their best game of the year against champion Scottsbluff in the season's finale. Four Bulldogs made Western Conference first team and four received honorable mention. Five Bulldogs also captured All State honorable mention honors. 53v yv ggr 1 ( QoTjy 1970 RESERVE FOOTBALL—FRONT ROW—Leo Fowler, Bob Leisy, Mike Thompson, John Green, Roy Zimmerman, Ed Fulton. SECOND ROW—Ron Jones, Dean Harris, Darrel leisy, Scott Lyman, Dave Duval, Daryl Krejci, John Becker, Scott Seebohm. THIRD ROW—Coach Kyser, John Foltz, Mike Vallejo, Ron Best, Chris Thompson, Mark Watson, Greg Cover, Dick Tolstedt, Charlie Dingman. FOURTH ROW—Steve Wilkinson, Tracy Turman, Bill Bright, Scott Plank, Alvin Ehrhart, Mitch Herman, Rich Haslow, Chris Abbott, Coach Zuspan. Reserves Acquire Valuable Experience Although the Bulldog reserve football team only won one game of its six, the young team gained valuable game experience which may prove beneficial to future varsity squads. Coaches Bill Zuspan and Keith Kyser maintained team pride and dedica- tion throughout the grueling season. RESERVE FOOTBALL AHS OPP 8 Bridgeport . . ..20 18 Sidney ....43 0 . . . .18 25 . . . .18 6 . . . .19 7 ....48 tes tough going for a Scottsbluff ball carrier. 54Seniors Joe Petersen and Tom Novotny jog over the course. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM—FRONT ROW—Don Ditsch, Kenny Bor-dcaux, John Novotny, Bob Glau, Terry Curtiss, Rob Kirchner, Chris Wilkinson, Bob Wigert, Bill Wernke, Mike Gerry, Mark Bowman. Bulldog Harriers Finish Fourth at State Proud and dedicated AHS cross country runners maintained Alliance's tradition as a top state school for runners. The harriers grabbed fourth place state honors after an impressive regular season. Since cross country competition has started at AHS, the Bulldogs have never failed to send a team to state. Coach Morris' Bulldogs led by Dennis and Jack Girard, Art Ullrich, Tom Novotny, and Tom Petersen, showed convincing depth in all meets. The novice team also fared well and topped their season with first place honors in their last meet. Seniors Joe Petersen added to team depth. and Don Dreyer CROSS COUNTRY Varsity Novice Gering Inv . . 1st 3rd Sidney Inv . . .1st 7th Alliance Inv . . .1st 3rd Scottsbluff Inv . . .1st 4th Western Conference .1st 1st Big Ten . .1st District . 2nd State SECOND ROW—Tom Petersen, Dennis Girard, Tom Novotny, Don Dreyer, Art Ullrich, Joe Petersen, Clint Schafer, Roger Garwood. Coach Morris. Not pictured: Jack Girard. 55VARSITY BASKETBALL Tim Spencer is way ahead of his Sidney adversary. AHS OPP Gordon ............................... 75 30 Gering ............................... 66 54 Kearney .............................. 58 56 Western Conference Tournament........ 3rd North Platte ......................... 79 61 McCook ............................... 56 68 Sidney ............................... 67 55 Valentine ............................ 84 59 Scottsbluff .......................... 60 57 Gering ............................... 48 46 Kearney .............................. 72 67 Scottsbluff .......................... 61 70 Chadron .............................. 74 57 McCook ............................... 66 77 North Platte ......................... 55 56 Sidney ............................... 59 64 Kimball .............................. 96 46 Bulldogs anticipate a crucial rebound. Erratic Cagers Grab Western Conference Title An off-and-on AHS varsity basketball team captured the Western Conference crown for the second year in a row and finished regular season play with an overall 13 win and 6 loss season. The Bob Morris coached Bulldogs won the title impressively, posting a single game school record of 96 points, while defeating Kimball in the season's finale. The win completed a clean victory slate in WC play. In the West Big Ten, the Bulldogs finished second in the loop with a 4-4 record. Alliance and three of its four West Big Ten opponents, McCook, North Platte, and Scottsbluff, vied for a state tournament spot when they met in district competition on Alliance's home maples. 56Rick Walker and Brad Barrows fence in a Red Raider. Defense is the name of the game. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: Tim Spencer, Jerry Seiler, Charlie Dingman, Lonnie Cowhcr, Roger Thompson, Brad Barrows, Coach Bob Morris, Rick Walker, Steve Zurn, Steve Wilkinson, Mike Dietrich, Don Failor, Dan Sanchez. 57RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW—Coach Bill Zuspan, Student Managers: Steve Mracek, Randy Best, Steve Yekel. SECOND ROW—John Becker, Dan Dietrich, Mitch Herman, Chris Abbott, RESERVE BASKETBALL AHS OPP Got don 56 41 Gering 49 47 Kearney 49 59 North Platte 56 40 McCook 47 49 Sidney 62 52 Valentine 72 39 Scottsbluff 82 69 Gering 52 35 Kearney 63 45 Scottsbluff 46 52 Chadron 70 64 McCook 49 58 North Platte 76 48 Sidney 64 41 Kimball 67 53 Reserves Set Record Pace Steve Wilkinson set an AHS single game scoring record by blistering the cords for 42 points against Scottsbluff and went on to help the junior varsity to an impressive season. Under the helm of new reserve coach Bill Zuspan, the pressing defense-oriented team surmounted twelve victories and only four defeats. Art Ullrich, John Kemper, Ron Tutt, Don Wernke, Scott Becker, Tim Borg, Jim Reddish, Dan Walker, Ron Best, Chris Thompson. Rick Walker goes high in the air for a shot. 58Spikers Compile Note worthy Record Volleyball Captains—Nancy Podhaisky, Ronda Peterson, and Dianna Kotschwar. Starting with a third place finish at the pre-season Melbeta tournament, the varsity spikers compiled nine victories to only one defeat in dual competition before entering post-season tournaments. The reserves posted the same impressive record in dual matches with nine wins and one loss. Alliance spikers looked promising as title contenders for their post-season tournament engagements. Next year's varsity and reserve teams also will have high hopes, as this year's freshmen team finished undefeated for the second year in a row. VOLLEYBALL OPP. Varsity Reserve Freshmen St. Agnes Won Won Crawford Won Won Won Gordon Won Won Won Sidney Won Won St. Agnes Won Lost Valentine Won Won Won Mitchell Tournament 4th Chadron Assumption Lost Won Gordon Won Won Won Chadron Won Won Sidney Won Won Big Ten Tour 2nd VOLLEYBALL TEAM—FRONT ROW—Sandie Kirchner, Rhonda Smith, Heather Heath, Pauline Yeager, Brenda Garrett, Debi Reitz, Coach Jean Curtiss, Bev Solberg, Linda Jones, Kolinda Smith. SECOND Pilfold. ROW—Karen Todd, Laura Kreycik, Lana Peterson, Gretchen Todd, 59Six Grapplers Vie at State Tournament Sporting a proudly achieved six win and two loss dual season, the varsity wrestlers finished third in district competition. Six grapplers earned state meet berths, an all time high for AHS. Jack and Dennis Girard and Chuck Ushio won their weight divisions at district, and Dan Brown, Al Heidingsfelder, and Jim Colwell grabbed third place honors to qualify. At state, Dennis Girard defeated an undefeated Boys Town opponent to finish first, with teammates Jack Girard and Jim Colwell finishing third to complement Alliance's fifth place team finish. Chuck Ushio and Chris Wilkinson prepare to grapple. VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM: Coach Kasfcns, Rob Kirchner, Jack Tom Novotny, Steve Gardiner, Alan Heidingsfelder, George Smith, Girard, Dan Brown, Chris Wilkinson, Dennis Girard, Chuck Ushio, Bob Cole, Alvin Ehrhart, Bill Bolingcr, Jim Colwell. VARSITY WRESTLING AHS OPP Chadron ......................... 27 14 Kimball ......................... 29 13 Bridgeport ...................... 45 3 Valentine Inv......................... 3rd Gering .......................... 14 26 Ogallala Inv......................... 2nd Scottsbluff ..................... 27 15 Gordon .......................... 22 17 Western Conference ................... 5th North Platte .................... 30 12 Sidney .......................... 15 29 Big Ten .............................. 6th District ............................. 3rd Bill Henderson attempts to cradle Bob Leisy. 60RESERVE WRESTLING TEAM: FRONT ROW: Steve Ringleman, Ron Jones, Gary Nicholson, Bill Wood, Mark Bowman, Daryl Krcjci, Dave Faber, Roger Bauer, Bob leisy. Bill Bright, Launy Ringleman, Jim McDonald, Scott Lyman. SECOND ROW: Coach Kyser, Jack Moss, Paul Stavropoulos, Dave Henderson, Terry Weisgerber, Dick Brown, Tom Ushio, Doug Henderson, John Green, Tom Dill, Dick Tolstedt, Greg Cover, Bill Henderson, Jim Brant, John Kooper. Roger Bauer and Tom Novotny go for a take down. RESERVE WRESTLING AHS OPP Chadron 33 21 Kimball 34 14 Bridgeport 48 3 Gering 28 17 Scottsbluff 19 22 Gordon 33 13 North Platte 33 19 Sidney 39 8 Reserve Grapplers Log Successful Winning Record By winning seven and losing only one dual match, the reserve wrestling team logged one of the best reserve seasons ever at Alliance High. Piloted by Coach Keith Kyser, the reserves not only achieved accomplishment by winning, but also acquired experience which should prove fruitful for next year's varsity team. 61SPRINTERS AND WEIGHTMEN—FRONT ROW—Brad Barrows, Covalt, Dave Faber Scoff Plank, Scoff Lyman, Mitch Herman. Rich Nolda, Jon Schommer, Don Failor, Don Sherlock, Rich THIRD ROW—Steve Wilkinson, Charlie Dingman, Jerry Seiler, Haslow, Alvin Ehrhart. SECOND ROW—Jim Colwell, Vic Tim Spencer, Paul Wood, Tom Dill. Cindermen Finish Average Season Track Results Bulldog tracksters logged two firsts even though the 1970 Scottsbluff Relays ..................5th season finished with an average record. Outstanding indi- Alliance Inv.........................5th viduals were sophomore Dennis Girard, mile run, juniors Tim Chadron "C" Club ....................1st Spencer, broad jump, and Jerry Seiler, pole vault, and senior Western Conference...................2nd Jon Schommer, a sprinter. Gering Inv...........................1st Seiler and Girard, who qualified in their respective events. Big Ten..............................9th failed to score against a tough field of athletes at the District ............................7th state meet. COACHES AND DISTANCE MEN—FRONT ROW—Tom Novotny, Hungerford, Dennis Girard, Tom Petersen, Don Dreyer, Charlie Joe Petersen, Randy Smith, Bob Furrow, Bing Decker, Bob Dingman. THIRD ROW—Coach Vlasin, Coach Zuspan, Coach Leisy. SECOND ROW—Art Ullrich, Alan Heidingsfelder, Mark Chaney, Head Coach Kyser. 621970 GOLF TEAM—FRONT ROW—Randy Borg, Gregg Seebohm, Mike lewis, Kenny Steinman. SECOND ROW—Dan Dietrich, Mike Dietrich, Scott Seebohm, Roger Garwood. THIRD ROW—Tim Borg, John Becker, Jim Reddish, Coach Grosshans. Linksters Gain Valuable Experience AFH golfers won two invitationals for the season enroute to finishing a disappointing sixth at district. Seniors Randy Borg and Gregg Seebohm, junior Mike Dietrich, and freshmen Tim Borg and Scott Seebohm led the team in scoring. Three seniors, Borg, Seebohm, and Mike Lewis were missed from the 1971 team of eight returners. Coach Larry Grosshans, in his last year as coach, managed to send AHS golfers to the state meet two times in three years. North Platte Inv...........................5th Alliance Inv...............................4th Sidney Inv.................................1st Gering Inv.................................3rd Scottsbluff Inv............................1st Western Conference.........................2nd Big Ten....................................7th District ..................................6th Girl Tracksters Earn Letters 1970 GIRLS TRACK—FRONT ROW—Debbie Olson, Linla Jones, Peg Skoglund, Cindy Girard. SECOND ROW—Koren Todd, Pauline Yeager, Coach Pilfold, Joan Sibbitt. Many girls and Coach Pilfold worked hard in preparation for the three 1970 girls' track meets entered. AHS girls grabbed a third place and copped two eighth place finishes in their three encounters. Seven girls earned letters for their performances. Six of these girls bolster hopes for a bright 1971 season as senior Joan Sibbitt will not return to the team. 63 Bayard Inv. Chadron Inv Mitchell Inv. 8th 3rd 8thCheerleaders Inspire Bulldog Success Supported by the student body, townspeople, and a hard working pep club, these exuberant and unselfish girls gained admiration for their success at inspiring Bulldog teams to victory. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Paula Yekel Karen Shannon Debi Reitz Linda Jones Connie Kirchner Debbie Ogle Cheerleaders Promote School Spirit Much welcomed support from the reserve cheerleaders assisted in maintaining the spirit of the school for reserve and varsity athletic encounters. RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Carla Sorum Debi Johnson Dianne Kotschwar Mary Wacker 64Portraits For Seniors it's farewell speeches, for underclassmen it's clowning, with graduation still beyond contemplation 65Seniors Assume Leadership Roles JOE PETERSON Band, A-Club, Basketball, Cross Country, Track, Spud Staff, Hi-Y, Senior Class President, German Club, Orphcum, All School Musical, One-Acts DEB REITZ Choir, Choir President, Pep Club, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleading, Girls' Volleyball, Y-Teens, Senior Class Vice-President, Student Council, County Government, All School Musical STEVE WICKHAM A-Club, Basketball, Football, Tri-Captain, All West Big Ten, Honorable Mention Western Conference and All State, Annual Staff, Quill Scroll, Hi-Y, Hi-Y Sgt. at arms. Senior Class Secretory, County Government, Pep Club Boy Friend Attendant, MC Orpheum, Chadron Scholastic Contest, Weightlifting. DIANE ABBOTT Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Treasurer, County Government, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Spanish Club President, All School Musical NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Members of the N.H.S. elected at the close of their junior year are: Connie Kirchner, Tom Novotny, Diane Abbott, Vic Covalt, Susi Keebaugh, Chris Wilkinson, Nancy Bennett, Jerry Seiler, and Nancy Podhaisky. 66National Honor Society Rewards Scholars JOELEEN ACKERMAN JOLENE ACKERT Band, Pep Band, Pep Club, Pep Club Secretary, Junior Play Cast, All School Musical SUSAN ANDRICK Pep Club, Spud Staff, Spud associate Editor and Business Manager, Quill Scroll, Creative writing award, Y-Teen Orpheum, Scholastic Contest BRAD BARROWS Band, Choir, Chamber Singers, A-Club, Basketball, Track, Hi-Y, Hi-Y chaplain. Junior and Senior Play cast. All School Musical, library Ass't. DAVE BARTH A-Club, Football, Wrestling ROGER BAUER A-Club, Wrestling, F.F.A., F.F.A. reporter CAROL BECKER Pep Club, Annual Staff, Quill 8. Scroll, Y-Teens, Chodron Scholastic Contest, Spanish Club, Orpheum CAROLYN BEHM Pep Club, Y-Teens JULIE BEHM Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Tcen Orpheum, All School Musical, Spanish Club KENNY BEHM F.F.A. NANCY BENNETT Band, Band Treasurer, Pep Band, Pep Club, Track, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, National Honor Society, Library Ass't., District Music Contest DICK BEST A-Club, Basketball, Football, Track, Hi-YSeniors Prepare for Challenging Careers SUSI BIGNEll Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens, All School Musical DENNIS BLUE DANITA BOWMAN Band, Choir, Pep Band, Pep Club, Pep Club Treasurer, Music Contest, All School Musical, Y-Teens PAM BREHM Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens JIM BRENNAN CONNIE OGLE BREWER LANA BRIGHT Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Orphcum, Girl's Glee DICK BRODERICK ROGER BROWN Basketball, Football, Cross Country, Track STEVE BROWN A-Club, A-Club Secretory-Treasurer, Football, Track RHONDA CHADWICK Band, Sophomore and Senior Band Officer, Choir, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Tecn Cabinet, Y-Teen Secretary, Sophomore and Junior Class Secretary, All School Musical, library Assistant MARY CHEATLE Choir, Pep Club, Track, Y-Teens, Junior and Senior Ploy Cast, District Speech Contest, All School Musical, German Club 68Joyce Trobcrt, Debbie Perkins, and Marjorie King scan career booklets. SENIOR CLASS MOTTO: Today is the first day of the rest of our lives. SENIOR CLASS SONG: We've Only Just Begun SENIOR CLASS FLOWER: Carnation SENIOR CLASS COLORS: Red, White and Blue SHEILA BULLOCK Pep Club, Y-Tcens RHONDA CASE Band, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Music Contest, D.E.C.A. Club SARA CHENEY Band, Choir, Orchestra, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, Junior Play Cast, All School Musical, Music Contest, Girl’s Glee, Spanish Club, Orpheum, Music Clinic, Library Assistant JANE CHIPPERFIELD Band, Pep Band, Dance Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, German Club, Music Contest STEVE CHLEBORAD Band, Pep Band KATHY COLERICK D.E.C.A. Club BRUCE CORDELL Choir, Football VIC COVALT Band, Pep Band, A-Club, Track, Hi-Y, Junior Play Cast, Co-Director of Plays, District Speech Contest, County Government, National Honor Society, Chadron Scholastic Contest, Orpheum, Music Contest, One-Acts, Thespians LONNIE COWHER A-Club, Basketball, Track, Hi-Y, Orpheum, All Big Ten, Western Conference, D.E.C.A. Club, D.E.C.A. Boy of the Year ‘Senioritis’ Is Contagious . . . MIKE COX LARRY DEMPSEY MIKE DIETRICH Band, Pep Band, A-Club, Basketball, Football, Golf, Hi-Y DON DREYER Band, Pep Band, Dance band, A-Club, Basketball, Cross Country, Track, Hi-Y, Orpheum, One Acts MYRON DRUMHELLER Football, Track, F.F.A. KATHY EDWARDS Band, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, German Club, Orpheum, Library Assistant BILL ELLIOTT Track, Orpheum, D.E.C.A. Club DON FAILOR Band, A-Club, Basketball, Football, Track, Hi-Y, Junior Class Vice-President, County Government GEORGE FARR Band, Choir, Orchestra, Pep Band, Dance Band, Chamber Singers, Spud Staff, Hi-Y, Junior and Senior Play Cast, District Speech Contest, Thespians, One Acts Director, German Club, Orpheum ROY FESTER Basketball, Cross Country JOHN FLETCHER JOHN FLORES A-Club, Track, Wrestling, Hi-Y, Junior Play Cast, Spanish Club 70It Arrives Early and Stays Late DEAN FORNEY Football, Hi-Y, Hi-Y Model Legislature, Junior Ploy Cast, County Government, One-Acts, Orpheum, Weightlifting LYNDA FOSTER Pep Club, Y-Teens, Junior Play Cast, Girl’s Track, German Club BECKY FRANCIS Band, Pep Band, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, Pep Club, D.E.C.A., D.E.C.A. Vice-President, Orpheum, All School Musical JOY FRANKLIN Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet TERRY FROHMAN F.F.A. DANA FURMAN Band, Orchestra, Pep Band, Pep Club, Girl’s Track, Y-Teens BOB FURROW A-Club, Basketball, Cross Country, Track, Spud Staff, Spud Staff Assistant Sports Editor CINDY GIRARD Pep Club, Girl’s Track LINDA GONZALES GAYLE GRABHER Pep Club, Pep Club Vice-President, Y-Teens, Homecoming Queen Attendant, German Club, German Club Secretary LONNIE GRANT Hi-Y, Hi-Y Model Legislature, F.F.A. DAN GERBER 711970 Junior-Senior Prom Royalty are Janelle Todd, Don Failor, Joan Sibbitt, Tom Novotny, Nancy Bennett, Toby Helgesen, Rich Nolda, and Nancy Rubeck. JANE GROTHEN Choir, Orchestra, Orchestra Secretary, Orchestra President, Pep Club, Pep Club President, Y-Teens, Junior Class Play Cast, Senior Ploy Cast, District Speech Contest, State • Music Clinic, One-Ads, Orpheum, District Music Contest, All School Musical, String Quartet KAY HEFTI Choir, Choir Sec.-Trees., Pep Club, Pep Club Chant-leader, Y-Teens, Orpheum, All School Musical, Chadron High School: Pep Club, Tumbling Team, Cardinal, Co-ed Drill Team, G.A.A. BILL HENDERSON Wrestling, F.F.A., F.F.A. Treasurer and President SUSAN HENDERSON Pep Club, Y-Teens All School Musical, Office Assistant, Library Aossistant GUY HIELSCHER Wrestling JACKI HIRST Band, Choir, Orchestra, Pep Band, Dance Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Majorette, All School Musical, Hastings Honor Band, District Music Contest, Spanish Club RANDALL HITCHCOCK Band, Pep Band, Football LINDA HOLMES Band, Choir, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teens Cabinet, Y-Teen President, All School Musical, Y-Teen Orpheum, Library Assistant LARRY HULETT Band, Pep Band, Basketball, Hi-Y, Scholastic ContestMembers of the Quill ond Scroll Honor Society include Susan Andrick, Steve Wickham, Connie Kirchner, Mike Lincoln, Nancy Rubeck, Rex Peterson, and Susi Keebaugh. LINDA JAQUA Y-Teens HOWARD JENSEN A-Club, Football, Hi-Y, Hi-Y legislature. Junior and Senior Play Casts, County Government, Orpheum, D.E.C.A., Weightlifting. Valentine High School: Football, Wrestling SUSAN JENSEN Y-Teens, D.E.C.A. DAVID JOHANNES Hi-Y, Junior Play Cast LINDA JOHNSON Band, Pep Band LINDA JONES Band, Pep Band, Pep Club, Girl’s Volleyball, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Vice President, Varsity Cheerleading, Girl's Track, All School Musical SUSAN KEEBAUGH band. Band President, Orchestra, Pep Band, Pep Club, Annual Staff, Annual Staff Co-Editor, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Student Council, State Music Clinic, National Honor Society, DAR Attendant, District Music Contest, All School Musicol, Orpheum CHERYL KING Y-Teens MARJORIE KING Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, Outstanding Home Economics Student, All School Musical, Chadron Scholastic ContestOutstanding Seniors Receive Scholarships CONNIE KIRCHNER Choir, Choir Vice President, Chamber Singers, Pep Club, Girl’s Volleyball, Annual Staff, Annual Staff Advertising Editor, Quill and Scroll, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader, State Music Clinic, County Government, National Honor Society, All School Musical, District Music Contest, Orpheum LORRAINE KNOWSLEY Choir, Pep Club, Spud Staff, Y-Teens, Y-Teens Cabinet, Junior and Senior Play Casts, Student Council, County Government, Thespians, Orpheum, One-Acts, Exchange Student from New Zealand GENE KOOPER A-Club, Football, Golf, Hi-Y, Scholastic Contest, All School Musical CHARLIE KOOZER A-Club, Football SANDIE LAWSON Pep Club, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, County Government, D.E.C.A., D.E.C.A. Reporter, German Club, Orpheum BRENDA LEWIS Choir, Chamber Singers, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, All School Musical, Orpheum, Betty Crocker Award MICHAEL LINCOLN Spud Staff, Spud Staff Photo and Feature Editor, Quill and Scroll, Junior and Senior Ploy Casts, Co-Director of Plays, District Speech Contest, Thespians, Thespian Pres., Best Actor Award in Junior Class Play and One-Acts, All School Musical, Orpheum, National High School Press Writing Award, Creighton Writing Award, German Club, German Club Vice President BONNY LULOW Pep Club, Y-Teens SHIRLEY MARIN sally McCauley Pep Club mike McGuire D.E.C.A. Club BETTY McMANN Pep Club, Y-Teens 74Principal Don Crowder congratulates the Regents Scholarship Winner Chris Wilkinson. Senior Class Sponsors Mr. Bernard Becker and Miss Ellen Christensen discuss plans for a class meeting. RANDY McMASTERS Band, Pep Band, Spud Staff, Senior Play Cast, Co-Director of Plays, District Speech Contest, Thespians, Thespians Scc.-Trcas., One-Acts Director, One-Acts, Best Actor Award in Senior Class Play, District Music Contest, Orpheum, German Club MIKE MARVIN Bond, Pep Band, A-Club, Football, Cross Country, Wrestling, Hi-Y, Junior Play Cast SUSIE MATEJKA Pep Club, Y-Teens JUDY MEDINA Y-Teens, D.E.C.A., Gering High School: Spanish Club MARY MUNDT Pep Club, German Club, Scholastic Contest MARY MURILLO Pep Club, Spud Staff, All-School Musical PAT NAKATSU Pep Club, Junior Play Co-Director, One-Acts Coordinator, Thespians, Thespian Clerk, Spanish Club RON NEAFUS Hi-Y, F.F.A., F.F.A. President KATHY NEWLIN Pep Club, Y-Teens, D.E.C.A., D.E.C.A. President, D.E.C.A. Sweetheart, Spanish Club, OrpheumApplications, Achievement Tests, SAT’s Mark Seniors DIANA NIKONT Pep Club, Y-Teens, D.E.C.A. TOM NOVOTNY Band, Sophomore and Junior Band Officer, Orchestra, A-Club, Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Hi-Y, Hi-Y President, Junior and Sophomore President, County Government, National Honor Society, Pep Club Boy Friend, All School Musical, Alternate to Air Force Academy KATHY NUSS Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Girl's Glee MARY O'CONNOR Choir, Chamber Singers, Pep Club, Girl's State Alternate, State Music Clinic, Homecoming Queen, German Club, District Music Contest, All School Musical, Hastings Honor Choir. St. Agnes: Spanish Club, Spanish Club Vice Pres., District Speech Contest, Latin Club DEBBIE OGLE Pep Club, Girl’s Volleyball, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleading MARY OSTRANDER Pep Club, Y-Teens, All School Musical DEBBIE OVERTURF Band, Orchestra, Pep Band, Dance Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Junior Play Cast, Student Council, Orpheum, Scholastic Contest, District Music Contest NANCY PEDERSEN Pep Club, Spud Staff, Y-Teens, Y-Tecn Cabinet, Y-Tcen Treasurer, All School Musical, Spanish Club, Spanish Club Secretary, Treasurer, Scholastic Contest DEB PERKINS Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens, All School Musical, Girl's Glee GEORGE PETERS REX PETERSON Spud Staff, Spud Staff Business Manager and Editor, Quill and Scroll, Junior and Senior Play Casts, Co-Director of Plays, Boy's State, District Speech Contest, All School Musical, Best Actor in Junior Class Play, Best Thespian Award, German Club, German Club President, Thespians, Thespian Vice President 76 BILL PHILLIP WrestlingFinal High School Years, as They Prepare for College NANCY PODHAISKY Choir, Chamber Singers, Pep Club, Girl's Volleyball, Co-Captain Volleyball, Girl's State, State Music Clinic, National Honor Society, German Club, German Club President, All School Musical, National Merit Scholarship Commendation, St. Agnes: Volleyball, French Club, Spanish Club BRENDA QUARLES Spud Staff ALIEN RASK Choir, Chamber Singers, Football, Spud Staff, Junior and Senior Play Casts, All-School Musical, Thespians, One-Acts KAREN RASK Pep Club, Y-Tccns, D.E.C.A., Orpheum VICKI RENO Band, Pep Club, Track, Y-Teens VIVIAN ROEBUCK Orchestra, Pep Club, Music Contest JAN ROHRBOUCK Band, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teens, Music Clinic, All-School Musical JOYCE ROSS NANCY RUBECK Pep Club, Annual Staff, Annual Staff Co-Editor, Ouill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Y-Teen Cabinet, County Government, D.E.C.A., D.E.C.A. Secretary, D.E.C.A. Girls of the Year, Orpheum, One-Acts, German Club ROBIN RUST Football, Wrestling, F.F.A. TERRY ANN RUST Pep Club, Girl's Volleyball, Y-Teens, D.E.C.A., D.E.C.A. Treasurer, Orpheum VIC SCHMIDT 77Nancy Podhaisky and Rex Peterson are chosen Girl and Boy Staters. Bill Henderson wins Dee Kalb Foundation Award as Outstanding F.F.A. member. WARREN SCHMIDT DIANA SCHNELL Pep Club, Junior Class Treasurer WARNER SCHULZE Football, Wrestling JERRY SEILER Choir, A-Club, A-Club Vice-President, Basketball, Football, Tri-Captain, All West Big Ten, All Western Conference, Honorable Mention All-State, Hi-Y, National Honor Society, All-School Musical, Scholastic Contest, District Music Contest, Track KAREN SHANNON Choir, Pep Club, Girl’s Volleyball, Y-Teens, Junior Play Cast, Sophomore Vice-President, Student Council, Student Council Secretary, Reserve and Varsity Cheer-leading, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Spanish Club, Spanish Club Vice-President, Orpheum, All-School Musical DON SHERLOCK A-Club, Basketball, Football, All West Big Ten, All Western Conference, Honorable Mention All-State, Track BRENDA SIMPSON KOLINDA SMITH Pep Club, Girl's Volleyball, Y-Teens RANDY SMITH A-Club, Cross Country, Track, Hi-Y, Senior Play CostSeniors Play Leading Roles in “Annie Get Your Gun’’ TIM SPENCER A-Club, A-Club President, Basketball, Football, Tri-Captain, All West Big Ten, All Western Conference, Honorable Mention All State, Hi-Y, Student Council, Student Council Treasurer, Pep Club Boy Friend Attendant, All School Musical, Orpheum, Track STEVE STEINMAN Golf STEVE SWARD CONNIE SYDOW Pep Club, Y-Teens ERWIN SYDOW Orchestra, Scholastic Contest DENNIS TAYLOR PEGGY THOMAS D.E.C.A. ROGER THOMPSON Basketball MIKE TOLSTEDT A Club, Football, All West Big Ten, All Western Conference, Track, Boy's State Alternate, County Government, Orpheum, Scholastic Contest. JOYCE TRABERT Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens, All School Musical, Girl’s Glee JANE TRUMBLE Choir, Pep Club, Y-Teens, District Speech Contest, One Acts, All School Musical CHUCK USHIO Band, Pep Band, A-Club, A-Club Sergeant-at-Arms, Football, Track, Wrestling, Century Club, Student Council, Student Council Vice President, County Government, Orpheum 79Happenings Today Are Memories Tomorrow ROBERTA VALLENTINE Band, Choir, Orchestra, Pep Band, Chamber Singers, Pep Club, Y-Teens, District Speech Contest, State Music Clinic, Thespians, Thespian Clerk, Scholastic Contest, One-Acts, One-Acts Best Actress, Orpheum CINDY VOGEL Pep Club, Y-Tcens County Government, Spanish Club, Scholastic Contest STEVE VOGEL Track, Wrestling RICK WALKER A-Club, Basketball, Track, Hi-Y, D.E.C.A. JOHN WEISGERBER A-Club, Football, Wrestling, Hi-Y, Hi-Y Model Legislature CHRIS WILKINSON Band, Orchestra, Pep Band, A-Club, Cross Country, Wrestling, Century Club, Student Council, Student Council Treasurer and President, District Speech Contest, County Government, National Honor Society, Orpheum, Scholastic Contest PAUL WOOD Track, Hi-Y. Junior Play Cast, District Speech Contest, Spanish Club, One Acts, Scholastic Contest PAULINE YEAGER Girl's Volleyball, Girl's Track PAULA YEKEL Pep Club, Girl’s Track, Girl's Volleyball, Spud Staff. Spud Staff Sports Editor, Y-Tecns, Y-Tcen Cabinet, Varsity Chcerleading, One-Acts, Orpheum CLAYTON YOUNG Wrestling SHARON ZILLINGER DON ZURN A-Club, Basketball, Football, Track, Student Council 80Since school is foremost an educational experience, it is only proper for THE BULLDOG to honor seniors Jerry Seiler, Diane Abbott, and Vic Covalt for achieving HIGH SCHOLARSHIP in this graduating class. Each year, the senior class honors two of its members for their qualities of scholar-ership, leadership, service, and personality. These attributes are all present in the MOST REPRESENTATIVE girl and boy of 1971, Karen Shannon and Tom Novotny. 81JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President . . . Greg Cover Vice-President . . . Dan Sanchez Secretary . . . Tom Petersen Treasurer . . . Nancy West ‘72’ JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS plan yet another money making project. Chris Abbott John Bacon Georgia Bates Scott Becker Cheryl Billings Bill Bolinger Anita Bordeaux Ginger Bowman Tom Brandt Jesse Chadwick Sherry Clapp Robert Cole Terri Collins James Colwell Cathie Conklin 82Pam Corbell Greg Cover Marino Dafney Kay Decker Becky DeFord Ted DeWitt Tom Dill Charlie Dingman Dale Doyle Michele Dunbar David Duval Alvin Ehrhart Leroy Ewing David Faber Julia Faber Jerry Fester Tom Flower George Fosket Renita Fritzler Debbie Furley Jay Galyen Steve Gardiner Monte Garner Greg Garrett Roger Garwood Dennis Girard Kathy Grandy Maurene Green John Guernsey Haig Hagihara 83Lynn Hall Mike Hare Ted Harris Tom Hashman Rich Haslow Alan Heidingsfeldcr Mary Hellyer Dave Henderson Mitch Herman Shirlie Hippe 84Nancy lorenzini Scott Lyman Mark Maser Jane Matejka John Matejka Susan Mathews Judy McKinney Bernadette Menq Sally Metz Libby Miller Lois Miller Myron Mix Jeon Monroe Terry Monroe Charles Mulloy Suzanne Neeley Chris Neuswanqer Joan Nunes Norman Nuss Brent O'Brien Richard Oqle Ron Palmer Tom Petersen Paula Peterson Rondo Peterson Mary Jo Phancuf Cindy Piihl Scott Plank Janet Pokorski Jean PotmcsilNancy Powell Anita Prentice Trenton Pyle Ronda Pask Jim Reddish Dennis Ridgley launy Ringlcman Vicki Robbins Kathy Roe Lucille Rose Dan Sanchez Diana Sanford Connie Schnell Peggy Schnell Jerry Schwadcrer leRoy Seri Lloyd Seri Dale Sherlock Dan Smaha George K. Smith Gaylord Solbcrg Carla Sorum Sandra Soto Earl Sawders Jolene Stavropoulos Kenny Steinman Jay Stewart Debra Strieker Jan Suiter Linda Thayer 86Linda Thomas Mike Thompson Karen Todd Susan Todd Dick Tolstcdt Jane Trank Koni Tschacher Ron Tutf Art Ullrich Greg Underwood David Vorovko Mary Wacker Cheryl Wackerle Glenda Ward Don Wernke ‘72’ "That prom theme just might work!" says President Greg Cover to Sponsor Mr. Philip Schweitzer. Nancy West Steve Wilkinsor Tim Wills Janice Wilson Brion Witt Dixie Wood Jackie Wyckofl Renee Zobel Steve ZurnSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President . . . Bill Bright Vice-President . . . Rusty Morgan Secretary . . . Jean Curtiss Treasurer . . . Jeanette Watkins ( SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ponder over the plans of a money-making project. Jim Abegg Bill Ackerman Randy Baugh John Becker Janet Behm Violet Behm Randy Best Ron Best Julie Bignell Shannon Bixby Robert Blumanthal Tim Borg Mark Bowman Billy Bright Dick Broyvn Larry Brown Bruce Carter Debbie Chadwick Mary Chinnock Ray Chippcrficld Sharon Collins Dave Corbett Debbie Curtiss Jean Curtiss Jon Dafney Schuyler Dawn Marvin Dickinson Dan Dietrich 88Cyndio Dill Frances Dobry Kay Drabbels John Duran lynn Dykes Dennis Fester John Foltz Kent Forney Leo Fowler Anita Fraedrich Rob Francis Linda Freibcrger Kathy Fritzler Larry Frohmon Colleen Fulliton Ed Fulton Dave Furman Debbie Garner Brenda Garrett Bob Glau Bob Greggs Travis Grubbs Rick Guernsey Chuck Haas Rayleen Hammond Dean Harris Sheryl Hartwig Phyllis Hashman Linda Hernandez Pat Hood Horace Howard Sherri Jinks Debbie Johnson Mike Johnson Rita Johnston Martin Jones Ronald Jones Diane Kinser Kenny Kirchhoff Daryl Krejci Laura Kreycik Anita Krohn Chris Lawson Debra Lee Jerry Leistritz Bruce Leisy Darrel Leisy Patricia Lewis Vicki LewisT. J. McAndrew Jerry McCracken Jim McDonald Jerre McLaughlin Jerol Merrihew Marcia Miller Rusty Morgan Steve Mracek Vivian Mundt Debbie Nason Sandra Nelson Dan Nickens Mike O’Brien Norman Odell Nancy Ogle Deb Olson Cash Ostrander Carol Peltz Lana Peterson Jim Phillip Isaac Picket Pin Jim Potmesil Dennis Powell Kenny Preiss Nancy Prelie Ricky Prettyman Gary Rask Greg Reno Clint Schafer Wayne Schledewitz Debra Schnell Jean Schnell Susan Schommer Mary Schrimph Scottt Seebohm Don Shannon Mike Shannon Ellarae Shaw Penny Shrewsbury Dorothy Shires Peggy Skoglund Diane Smith Bev Solberg Peg Spencer Mary Ann Stcinman Dwain Sulzbach Barb Taylor Carolyn Taylor Gary Taylor 90Phyllis Taylor Cheryl Thompson Chris Thompson Karen Thomsen Dionne Thorne Susie Timbers Tracy Turman ( Life seems rosy to sophomore doss sponsors Linda Case and Lonnie Shelmadine. Mike Vallejo David Vogel Steve Vogel Cheri Vorovka Tim Wacker Dan Walker Vicki Walker Ronald Ward Jeanette Watkins Jack Watson Mark Watson Robyn Weisgerber Bill Wernke Darrel White Crane Paula Whitlock Scott Whitney Ross Wills Bill Wood Steve Yckel Linda Zillinger 91Administration Crowder. Don 14.75 Dreyer. William 15 Duryea. Bob 14 Newswanger. Phyllis 1 5 Peterson. Martin 15 Board of Education Cover. J. W. Jr. 14 Jaggers. Dr. Richard 14 Olson. Dr. Raymond 14 Sorum. Keith 14 Stephens. Lyle 14 Wiseman. Howard 14 Custodians Garza. Guadalupe 17 Roebuck. Robert 1 7 Personnel Bloom. Dixie 16 Bredenkamp. Judy 16 Dietrich. Barbara 16 Harris. Janice 16 Kosmicki. Mike 16 McLean. Mavis 16 Merritt. Thelma 1 7 Strand. Janella 16 Faculty Andrews. Vivian 27 Ashley. Robert 29.46 Becker. Bernard 28.75 Bibbey. Thomas 25.33 Briggs. Vera 36 Case. Linda 29.91 Chaney. Paul 9.26.49.53.62 Christensen. Ellen 8.20.75 Cundy. John 25.34.35 Davis. Jeraldine 28 Furman. Willis 8.20.21 Gardner. Jerry 19 Glarum. Juanita 22.44 Golstedt. Lloyd 27 Grosshans. Larry 63 Hawk. James 18 Hovorka, Thomas 20.45 Kastens. Dale 60 Kennedy. Jack 22 Kullbom, Jan 30.50 Kyser. Keith 54.61.62 Marchant. William 18.19 McDermott. James 18.122 Morris. Robert 26.55.57 Myers. Esther 13.27.44 Neergaard. William 25 Nelson. Alice 18.47.122 Nelson. Byron 24.45 Petersen. Eunice 14.28 Petersen. Fred 18 General Index Pilfold. Sandra 26.48.59.63 Polyakov. Ivan 30.50 Pool. Annette 22 Rockey. Bruce 23 Rowbotham. Juliet 25 Schweitzer. Philip 20.21.87 Shelmadine. Lanme 9.21.53.91 Sherlock. Lonnie 22.42 Sutter. Marie 24 Waechter. James 29.40 Ware. Kenneth 23.43 Wolff. Jody 29 Yost. Larry 19 Zuspan, Bill 20.21.54.38.62 Students Abbott. Chris 52.54.58.82 Abbott. Diane 44.50.66.81 Abegg. Jim 39.88 Ackerman. Bill 88 Ackerman, Joeleen 67 Akert. Jolene 10.32.48.67 Andrick. Susan 4.46.67.73 Bacon. John 82 Barrows. Brad 12.37.40.45.56,57. 62.67 Barth. Dave 52.67 Bates. Georgia 33.82 Bauer. Roger 61.67 Baugh. Randy 37.88 Becker. Carol 1.12.4 7.67 Becker. Donald (Scott) 58.82 Becker. John 54.58.63.88 Behm. Carolyn 67 Behm. Janet 32.88 Behm. Julie 44.67.1 10,120 Behm. Kenny 67 Behm. Violet 36.88 Bennett. Nancy 25.32.33.44,66. 67.72 Best. Dick 49.52.67 Best. Randy 58.88 Best. Ron 54.58.88 Bignell. Julie 32.88 Bignell. Susan 37.68 Billings. Cheryl 37.39.82 Bixby. Shannon 88 Blue. Dennis 61 Blumanthal. Robert 39.88 Bolinger, Bill 60.82 Borg. Tim 52.58.63.88 Bordeaux. Anita 82 Bowman. Damta 10.33.36.48.68 Bowman. Ginger 82 Bowman. Mark 33.55.61.88 Brandt. Tom 38.45.82 Brehm. Pamela 68 Brennan, Jim 68.99 Brewer. Connie Ogle 69 Bright. Billy 54.61.88 Bright. Lana 37.68.1 1 1 Broderick. Richard 68 Brown. Larry 88 Brown. Richard 61.88 Brown. Roger 68.106 Brown. Steve 49.51.52.57.68 Bullock. Sheila 69 Carter. Bruce 88 Case. Rhonda 4.32.69.106 Chadwick. Debbie 32.88 Chadwick. Jesse 33.45.82 Chadwick Rhonda 33.44.68 Cheatle. Mary 36.68 Cheney. Sara 32.37.44.69.1 1 1 Chinnock. Mary 32.34.88 Chipperfield. Luella (Jane) 23.32. 69.108 Chipperfield. Raymond 34.35.88.108 Chleborad. Steve 24.69.97 Clapp. Sherry 36.82 Colerick. Kathy 69 Cole. Robert 60.82 Collins. Sharon 88 Collins. Terri 37.82 Colwell. James 36.37.52.60.62.82 Conklin. Cathie 82 Corbell. Pam 83 Corbett. Dave 88 Cordell. Bruce 69 Covalt. Victor 3.6.7.33.40.62.66. 69.81 Cover. Greg 52.54.61.83.87.1 14 Cowher, Lonnie 6.1 1.27,56.57.69 Cox. Mike 70 Cunningham. Jim 33 Curtiss. Debbie 33.88 Curtiss. Phyllis (Jean) 33.59.88 Dafney, Janice 88 Dafney. Marina 32.83.105 Dawn. Schuyler 88 Decker. Kay 83 DeFord. Becky 83 Dempsey. Larry 70 DeWitt. Ted 83 Dickinson. Marvin 88 Dietrich. Dan 8.58.63.88 Dietrich. Mike 4.52.57.63.70 Dill. Cyndia 37.89 Dill. Tom 37.61.62.83 Dingman. Charlie 52.54.57.62.83 Dobry. Frances 89 Doyle. Dale 83 Drabbels. Welhemia (Kay) 33.35. 36.37.89 Dreyer. Don 28.32.55.62.70 Drumheller. Myron 70 Dunbar. Michele 83 Duran. John 39.89 Duval. David 54.83 Dykes. Lynn 89 Edwards. Kathy 27.32.70.1 1 1 Ehrhart. Alvin 50.52.54.60.62.83 Elliott. Bill 70 Ewing. Leroy 83 Faber. David 61.62.83 Faber. Julia 83 Failor. Don 2.33.52.57.62.70.72 Farr. George 3.7.31.33.40.70 Fester. Dennis 89 92Fester. Jerry 33.34.83 Fester. Roy 23.70.97 Fletcher. John 70 Flores. John 70 Flower. Tom 43.83 Foltz. John 54.89 Forney. Dean 52.7 1 Forney. Kent 89 Fosket. George 83 Foster. Lynda 6.71.102 Fowler. Leo 54.89 Fraedrich. Anita 89 Francis. Becky 32.42.44,71 Francis. Rob 89 Franklin. Joy 10.71.112 Freiberger. Linda 37.89 Fritzler. Kathy 89 Fritzler. Renita 83 Frohman. Larry 89 Frohman. Terry 71 Fulliton. Colleen 89 Fulton. Ed 54.89 Furley. Debbie 83 Furman. Dana 35.71.102 Furman. Dave 89 Furrow. Bob 4.62.71 Galyen. Jay 83 Gardiner. Steve 52.60.83 Garner. Debbie 89 Garner. Monte 83 Garrett. Brenda 33.59.89 Garrett. Greg 83 Garwood. Roger 55.63.83 Gerber. Dan 25.71 Girard. Cindy 7.63.71 Girard. Dennis 33.55.60.62.83 Glau. Bob 37.39.55.89 Gonzales. Linda 71 Grabher. Gayle 7.10.48.50.71 Grandy. Kathy 83 Grant. Lonnie 71 Green. John 54.61 Green. Maurene 32.83 Greggs. Bob 89 Grothen. Jane 9.10.36.40.72 Grubbs. Travis 89 Guernsey. John 83 Guernsey. Rick 89 Haas. Charles 89 Hagihara. Haig 83 Hall. Lynn 84 Hammond. Rayleen 89 Hare. Mike 37.84 Harris. Dean 54.89 Harris. Ted 84 Hartwig, Sheryl 89 Hashman. Phyllis 89 Hashman. Tom 84 Haslow. Rich 36.53.54.62.84 Hefti. Kay 10.36.37.48.51.72 Heidingsfelder. Alan 8.48.52.60. 62.84 Hellyer. Mary 84 Henderson. Bill 41.43.60.61.72. 78.1 12 Henderson. Dave 43.61.84 Henderson. Doug 43.61 Henderson. Susan 72.101 Herman. Mitch 37.53.54.58.62.84 Hernandez. Linda 89 Hielscher. Guy 72.106 Hippe. Shirlie 36.84 Hirst. Jacki 32.37.72 Hitchcock. Randy 72 Holmes. Linda 36.41.44.72 Hood. Patricia 89 Hooper. Sid 84 Howard. Hester 31.36.39.84 Howard. Horace 89 Hulett, Larry 72 Hulquist. Richard 84 Hulsebusch, Debra 37 Jaqua. Jim 84 Jaqua. Linda 73 Jensen. Howard 49.52.73.121 Jensen. Steven 84 Jensen. Susan 73 Jesse. Sharyl 37.84 Jinks. Sherri 32.89 Johannes. David 10.73.99 Johnson. Debbie 89 Johnson. Debi 64.84 Johnson. Dianne 44.84 Johnson. Linda 33.73 Johnson. Michael (Mike) 89 Johnston. Jerene 36.84 Johnston. Rita 89 Jones. Linda 33.59.63.64.73 Jones. Martin 89 Jones. Ronald 54.61.89 Keebaugh. Susan 1.12.32.33.34. 47.66.73.1 17 Kemper. John 58.84 King. Cheryle 73 King, Marjorie 37.44.69.73 Kinser. Diane 89 Kirchhoff. Kenny 89 Kirchner. Connie 1.5.37.47.64.66. 73.74 Knowsley. Lorraine (Lorrie) 7.8.36. 38.40.44.46.48.74.1 19 Kooper. Gene 18.52.74 Koozer. Charlie 52.74 Kotschwar. Dianna 36.59.64.84 Krejci. Daryl 54.61.89 Kreycik. Laura 59.89 Krohn. Anita 65.89 LaBarge. Debra 84 Lambert. Ava 36.37.44.84 Lawrence. Nancy 33.84 Lawrence. Dale 37 Lawson. Chris 89 Lawson. Sandie 44.74.1 13 Lee. Debra 22.34.89 Leistritz. Jerry 89 Leisy. Bob 45.54.60.61.62.84 Leisy. Bruce 89 Leisy. Darrel 37.54.89 Lewis. Brenda 12.24.37.74 Lewis. Patricia 89 Lewis. Vicki 89 Lincoln. Mike 31.40.46.73.74 Longacre. Joyce 84 Lorenzim. Nancy 44.85 Lulow. Bonny 74 Lyman. Scott 36.37,54.61.62.85 McAndrew. Tom (T.J.) 37.38.90 McCauley. Sally 74 McCracken. Jerry 90 McDonald. Jim 61.90 McGuire. Mike 42.74 McKinney. Judy 44.85 McLaughlin. Jerre 90 McMann, Betty 74.104 McMasters. Randy 7.33.40.75 Marin. Shirley 74 Marvin. Mike 32.52.75 Maser. Mark 85 Matejka. Jane 85 Matejka. John 85 Matejka. Susan 75 Mathews. Susan 36.85 Medina. Judy 75 Meng. Bernadette 85 Merrihew. Jeral 36.90 Metz. Sally 11.85 Miller. Libby 85 Miller. Lois 85 Miller. Marcia 37.90 Mix. Myron 85 Monroe. Jean 85 Monroe. Terry 85 Morgan. Russell (Rusty) 8.38.39. 88.90 Mracek. Steve 58.90 Mulloy. Charles 85 Mundt. Mary 75.120 Mundt. Vivian 90 Murillo. Mary 75 Nakatsu. Pat 3.7.40.75 Nason. Debbie 90 Neafus. Ron 26,75 Neeley. Suzanne 85 Nelson. Sandra 90 Neuswanger. Chris 1.8.4 7.85 Newlin. Kathleen 42.75.1 10 Nickens. Dan 90 Nikont. Dana 76 Novotny. Tom 5.10.33.45.55.60. 61.62.66.72.76.81 Nunes. Joan 1.85 Nuss. Kathy 36.76 Nuss. Norman 85 O'Brien. Brent 85 O'Brien. Mike 90 O’Connor. Mary 4.7.76 Odell. Norman 90 Ogle. Debbie 64.76 Ogle. Nancy 90 Ogle. Richard 85 Olson. Deborah 32.35.36.63.90 Ostrander. Cash 90 Ostrander. Mary 29.76 Overturf. Debbie 19.32.76 Palmer. Ron 85 Pedersen. Nancy 44.48.50.76 Peltz. Carol 33.35.90 Perkins. Deb 37.69.76 Petersen. Joe 27.55.62.65.66 Petersen. Tom 55.62.82.85 Peters. George 76 Peterson. Lana 8.32.35.59.90 Peterson. Paula 33.85 93Peterson. Rex 7.40.46.73.76.78 Peterson. Rhonda 26.32.59.85 Phaneuf. Mary Jo 8.33.44.85 Phillip. Bill 76.106 Phillip. Jim 90 Picket Pin. Isaac 90 Piihl, Cindy 85 Plank. Scott 37.54,62.85 Podhaisky. Nancy 30.36,37.50.59. 66.77.78 Pokorski. Janet 37,84.85 Potmesil. James 90 Potmesil. Jean 46.85 Powell. Dennis 90 Powell. Nancy 36.86 Precis. Kenny 90 Prelle, Nancy 90 Prettyman. Ricky 90 Prentice. Anita 86 Pyle. Trenton 86 Quarles. Brenda 77 Rask. Allen 4.9.37.40.46.77 Rask. Gary 37,90 Rask. Karen 77 Rask. Rhonda 86 Reddish. Jim 36.37.58.63.86 Reitz. Deb 8.36.37.59.64.66 Reno. Greg 90 Reno. Vicki 77 Ridgley. Dennis 33.86 Ringleman. Launy 61.86 Robbins. Vicki 36.86 Roebuck. Dusty 35 Roebuck. Vivian 34.77 Roe. Kathy 36.86 Rohrbouck. Jan 77 Rose. Lucille 86 Ross. Joyce 29.77 Rubeck, Nancy 1.21.42.44.47.72. 73.77.115 Rust. Milo 36 Rust. Robin 77 Rust. Terry 42,77 Sanchez. Dan 8.57.82.86 Sanford. Diana 86 Schafer. Clint 32.55.90 Schledewitz, Wayne 90 Schmidt. Vic 77 Schmidt. Warren 78 Schnell. Connie 86 Schnell, Debra 90 Schnell Diana 1 7.78 Schnell. Emma Jean 90 Schnell. Peggy 33.35.44.86 Schommer. Susan 33.35.90 Schrimph, Mary 90 Schulze. Warner 78 Schwaderer. Jerry 86 Seebohm. Scott 33.35.53.54.63.90 Seiler. Jerry 49.52.57.62.66.78.81 Seri. Leroy 86 Seri. Lloyd (Dean) 86 Shannon. Don 90 Shannon. Karen 7.8,36.50,64.78.81 Shannon. Mike 90 Shaw. Ellarae 90 Sherlock. Dale 86 Sherlock. Don 49.52.62.78 Shrewsbury, Penny 90 Shires. Dorothy 90 Simpson. Brenda 78 Skoglund. Peggy 63,90 Smaha. Dan 33,86 Smith. Diane 32.33,34,90 Smith. George W. 60.86.114 Smith. Kolinda 59,78,118 Smith. Randy 62.78 Solberg, Beverly 33.35.36.59.90 Solberg, Gaylord 86 Sorum, Carla 1,19.47,64.86 Soto. Sandra 86 Sowders. Earl 86 Spencer. Peg 50.90 Spencer. Tim 8.10.49,52,53.56. 57,62.79 Stavropoulos. Jolene 86 Steinman. Kenny 63.86 Steinman. Mary Ann 32.37,90 Steinman. Steve 79.103 Stewart. Jay 65.86 Strieker. Debra 36.86 Suiter. Jan 37.86 Sulzbach. Dwain 90 Sward. Stephen 79 Sydow. Connie 79 Sydow, Erwin 24.79 Taylor. Barb 34.35,90 Taylor. Carolyn 90 Taylor. Dennis 79 Taylor. Gary 90 Taylor. Phyllis 91 Thayer. Linda 86 Thomas. Linda 33.34.87.1 13 Thomas. Peggy 20.79 Thompson. Cheryl 91 Thompson. Chris 54.58.91 Thompson. Mike 53.54.87 Thompson. Roger 57.79 Thomsen. Karen 91 Thorne. Dianne 37,91 Timbers. Susie 32,34.91 Todd. Karen 26.36,59.63.87 Todd. Susan 33.44.87 Tolstedt. Dick 52,54.61.87 Tolstedt. Mike 5.52,79.121 Trabert. Joyce 36,69,79,107 Trank. Jane 32.87 Trumble. Jane 36.79 Tschacher, Koni 87 Turman. Tracy 54.91 Tutt, Ronald 33.34,58.87 Ullrich. Arthur 37.45,55.58.62.87 Underwood. Greg 43.87 Ushio, Chuck 8,27,49.53.60.79 Vallejo, Mike 33,52.54.91 Vallejo, Phyllis 8 Vallentine, Roberta 32,38,40,80 Vogel. Cindy 2,80.112 Vogel. David 91 Vogel. Steve (Sr.) 80.101 Vogel. Steve (Soph.) 91 Vorovka. Cheri 91 Vorovka. David 1,9.47.87 Wacker. Mary 44.50.64,87 Wacker. Tim 91 Wackerle, Sheryl 87 Walker. Dan 58.91 Walker. Rick 57.58.80 Walker. Vickie 37.91 Ward. Glenda 87 Ward. Ronald 37.91 Watkins. Jeanette 30.33.37.44.88.91 Watson. Jack 91 Watson. Mark 53,54.91 Weisgerber. John 80 Weisgerber. Robyn 37.91 Wernke. Bill 53.55.91 Wernke, Don 58.87 West. Nancy 32,33.82.87 White Crane. Darrell 91 Whitlock. Paula 91 Whitney. Scott 91 Wickham. Steve 1.9.10.45.47.52, 66.73 Wilkinson. Chris 8.32,55.60.66.75.80 Wilkinson. Steve 8.33.34.53,54, 57.62.87 Wills. Ross 91 Wills, Tim 43.87 Wilson. Janice 39.87 Witt, Brian 87 Wood. Dixie 36.87 Wood. Paul 13,28.38,62.80 Wood. William 61.91 Wooden. Rhonda 91 Wyckoff. Jacqueline 36.87 Yates. Paul 91 Yeager. Pauline 59.63.80 Yekel. Paula 46.64,80 Yekel. Steve 58,91 Young, Clayton 80 Zillinger. Linda 91 Zillinger. Sharon 80.121 Zimmerman. Roy 54 Zobel. Renee 32,87 Zurn, Don 53,80 Zurn, Steve 53,57.87 94BULLDOG SUPPORTERS The following patrons support the BULLDOG through donation: ALLIANCE CLEANERS............................ 203 Box Butte ART JERRY'S BOOT SHOP...................... 406 Box Butte BAMRICK TRUCKING..........................Box 748 Scottsbluff BEAUTY BAR .................................. 603 Niobrara BOWEN, ROBERT W„ OPTOMETRIST................. 823 East Third BRENNAN CLEANERS.............................. 409 Laramie COAST TO COAST............................... 324 Box Butte CULLIGAN SOFT WATER...........................215 Big Horn DAISY QUEEN.................................. 422 West Third EMERSON CORNER GROCERY....................... 1104 Emerson GRAVES SALES AGENCY.......................... 204 West Third GUY E. ELDER, SEARS CATALOG MERCHANT......... 223 Box Butte LANGMACHER FEED CO........................... 116 Black Hills L. B. MURPHY..................................416 Box Butte MILLS, HARRY T., D.D.S..................... 420V2 Box Butte MISSOURI MARKET................................. 223 Missouri MOSS CONOCO................................ 1100 West Third O'BRIEN TEXACO ............................... 10th Flack PANHANDLE PACKING ................................ East Third PETE'S CLOTHING...............................1011 West Third PAUL'S SERVICE.....................................West Third RENO'S TEXACO..................................421 West Third STARLIGHT DRIVE IN........................................715 Flack TERRIBLE TERRY'S................................ P.O. Box 673 THEILE - CHRYSTAL SHOP....................... 306 Box Butte TODD'S BODY AND FRAME SHOP......................... 620 Flack WILDT INSURANCE.............................. 116 East Fourth 95BOWL-MOR LANES 210 Niobrara Alliance, Nebraska For Family Fun . . . GO BOWLING at theFor Friendly Service Steve Chleborad ALLIANCE NATIONAL BANK Roy Fester Pat Brunkew Mary Mix Farmer's Implement Co. MANDELBERG SONS Case ★ Massey-Ferguson Mandelberg's ★ Brillion-Barnes Balanced ★ Crust Buster ★ Engines Flex-King ★ Calkins ★ 311 West 3rd Street 762-1516 Schafer West 3rd Street 762-5000 Alliance, Nebraska 97SYMBOL OF FARM LEADERSHIP (cm) Remember Co-op Serves You Best You Own It You Run It You Profit From It PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CREDIT UNION SERVICE FERTILIZER PRODUCTS 724 West Third Street Alliance, Nebraska 98DON AIR SERVICE Brantly Helicopter Distributors Mooney Dealers MID CONTINENT SCHOOL«fAERONAUTICS Instruction — Charter Ambulance A E Mechanics Don Brown, Operator Alliance, Nebraska 762-3139 “Best of Luck to the Class of '70' SCHAD’S BAKERY 314 Box Butte 762-5891 Congratulations to the Class of '71! ALLIANCE RAMBLER JEEP CO. Engelhaupt Bros. 324 E. 3rd Street 762-1300 Use our Delivery Service GENE’S PHARMACY Jim Brennan David Johannes BUD'S SADDLE SEAT REPAIR 712 West Third Phone 762-2595 Original Fabric For Car Seats Car Carpet — Naugahyde — Springs Portable Welding — Olson Brand Saw Dealer Heiser-Keyston Saddles — Used Saddles 99BEDIENT LITHO Distinctive Printing 321 W. Third 762-5037 Alliance, Nebraska You Don't Have to Juggle Your Budget to Shop! DECKER’S FOOD CENTER TRI-STATE SUPPLY INC. West Third 762-5300 Alliance, Nebraska 100THE FARMER AND RANCHERS SUPPLY STORE cO n i Y ■ v EHRHART COMPANY Vr»- O Beans since 1947 2-1866 Alliance Coog?trtulations to the Class of "71" OLSON'S MOVING AND STORAGE 723 W. 3rd Street Alliance, Nebraska Phone: 762-4370 Alliance's Newest Dining Room . . . Come as You Are! DON’S CAFE 218 West Third Street Alliance, Nebraska ELWYN and BILLIE TODD Dial 762-9928 Hours 6 to 10 (7days) MBZ REPAIR 1st and Howard Alliance, Nebr. 69301 Stay cool and comfy PERRIN REFRIGERATION Steve Vogel Susan Henderson Mr. John Perrin 101Safeguard Your Investments GUARDIAN STATE BANK 102 Lynda Foster Dana Furman Mr. Dale BorgARRANTS ELECTRIC Residential— Commercial— Industrial— "If it's electrical—Call Arrants" 704 E. 7 Call Bob or Rick at— 762-2725 “Best Workmanship Is Our Specialty.” WESTON CONTRACTING JACK’S EAST THIRD TEXACO 904 East Third You've got a lot to live Pepsi's got a lot to give. PEPSI COLA PEPSI POURS IT ON 762-2646 Alliance GRANDVIEW STORE To Serve You Is Our Pleasure" COY AND WINIFRED RICE, Owners 636 East 7th For the Best Body work around RED AND JACK’S Steve Steinman Jack Gericke 103Everything from A to Z BILL NORMA’S HOBBY SHOP Congratulations to the Class of "71" DARLENE’S BEAUTY SALON Specializing in Wigs on Display "See and try before you buy" 1203 Sweetwater 762-5405 WALTER MISCHNICK Contractor and Builder 504 West 15th Alliance, Nebr. 762-1981 Mrs. Norma Prall Betty McMann Interior Decorating FRONTIER MOTEL Ceramic Tile We Feature— Color TV and Steam Heat Draperies Linoleum 1100 W. 3rd 762-1320 Carpets Paint If IIS OUALin tQU Hi LOOKING 100 723 Flack Avenue 762-4488 JOHNSON PELTZ INC. 104SCHAFER AUTO SUPPLY Service to the community for 53 years. GOODYEAR TIRES—Tractor - Truck - Passenger RECAP SHOP FLAT REPAIR N.A.P.A. PARTS—Trucks - Tractor - Passenger 114 E. 3rd 762-2610 ALLIANCE TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE KANSAS-NEBRASKA NATURAL GAS CO. 704 Toluca 762-51 MARJORIE S. HEWITT 10 Relieve your aches and pains HEMPEL'S SERVICE Petroleum Products LP Gas Heating Equipment Appliances 814 East 3rd 762-4072 RHOADS Exclusive Apparel for Women and Misses HATCH’S DRUG Marina Dafney Mr. Virgil Hatch Alliance, Nebraska 105Psychedelic Fun DAFFY DILLS John Murillo Rhonda Case Roger Brown For a Fine Fit Bill Phillip HOWARD’S LENLA’S Mrs. Howard Wiseman Guy Hielscher 106HOFMANN ELECTRIC Electrical Wiring 762-3456 523 Black Hills Service with Quality THIELE DRUG Joyce Trabert Mrs. Yvonne Parker KIRT SMITH AND REUBEN WERNKE Congratulations Class of '71 Sales Representative Personal and Business Insurance 107ALLIANCE BEAUTY COLLEGE Highest Quality Done for Less 224 Vi Box Butte 762-5240 "A Service Complete'' BATES-LANDA FUNERAL HOME A. H. JONES CO. Your Imperial—Chrysler— Plymouth—Valiant—Dealer Sales and Service 302 West 3rd For the Best of Luck With Your Car or Truck CHIP’S CONOCO Jane Chipperfield Ray Chipperfield 1020 West Tenth 762-1755 CLASS RINGS WILLIAMS JEWELERS R. L. (Bob) Williams 317 Box Butte Ave Alliance, Nebraska FRED GREEN Floor Covering Draperies Linoleum Carpet Cleaning Service Master 315 Laramie 762-2945 108Malts Shakes Sundaes Chicken Dairy Queen 719 Flack V lb. All-Beef Hamburgers French Fries and Onion Rings Fish — Hot Dogs Shrimp Weekdays 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sundays 11:00 a.m. - 10:30 p.m. Welcome! 109alliance LIVESTOCK AUCTION STICKNEY’S Auto Equipment and Supplies COMPANY Quality and Luxury Combined SUNSET MOTEL RCA Color TV and Home Entertainment Products Whirlpool Appliances 217 West 3rd 762-1857 KURL N’ SWIRL Beauty Shop 1 19 E. 4th 762-2771 Kathy Newlin Julie Behm MODE O’DAY GREGORY'S INC. We Feature— California Fashions "Insurance Alone 312 Box Butte Alliance, Nebr. Is Our Business" 110Root Beer and Pizzas and Other Good Eats A W DRIVE-IN Kathy Edwards Lana Bright Sara CheneyIT PAYS TO BELONG GEORGE VOROVKA Sales Supervisor CORNHUSKER MOTOR CLUB MOTOR CLUB INSURANCE ASSOC. 1604 Emerson Alliance, Nebr. Phone: 762-1 288 Western Ranch Sales Management Nebraska, Wyoming, South Dakota SEE — CALL — OR WRITE NORTHERN PLAINS LAND CATTLE AGENCY P.O. Drawer 760 Dial 762-3155 Alliance, Nebraska New Styles and Fashions WESTERN BEAUTY Cindy Vogel Pearl Johnson Julie Nepper KAWASAKI — AMPHICAT — SKI-DOO Sales — Service Automotive tune-up repair ALLIANCE MOTORS UNLIMITED, INC. 1024 Flack Ave. 762-3480 Alliance, Nebr. Harland O. Johnson Manager ALLIANCE LUMBER CO. Save and Borrow at Your Credit Union BOX BUTTE PUBLIC EMPLOYEES F.C.U. Bill Henderson Inez Meyers Joy Franklin Your Friendly Yard 762-3274 1020 W. 3rd Alliance 112Delicious Treats in a Friendly Atmosphere Sandie Lawson Linda Thomas DENNON’S ZESTO Buchfinck Loans ALLIANCE READY-MIX COMPANY Loans, Real Estate, Abstracting Insurance Concrete at its Best! 214 W. 3rd Alliance, Nebr. 762-3236 East 3rd PELTZ CONSTRUCTION AND STEEL BUILDING Modern Stran-Steel Buildings Custom Home Builders 1016 Flack Alliance, Nebraska 762-1768 113LEARN, LIVE, AND SERVE We Have "A Better Idea" COVER-JONES MOTOR CO. Through 4-H BOX BUTTE 4-H COUNCIL Greg Cover Mr. J. W. Cover, Jr. ALLIANCE TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY 1 Oth and Flack Avenue 726-5010 JACK JILL DOUBLE DISCOUNT 'We give S H Green Stamps!" George Smith 304 Black Hills 762-1781 Organization of Dedicated Men AMERICAN WAR DADSJACK W. SONNENBERG 619 Box Butte Alliance, Nebraska Office 762-3558 Residence 762-3620 BANKERS LIFE NEBRASKA ALLIANCE STANDARD SERVICE Congratulations to the Class of 71 3rd and Mississippi Alliance, Nebraska ELKS CLUB Phone 762-4065 Kathy Griffis Now is the time to shop at Nancy Rubeck HOLSTEN’S REXALL DRUG 316 Box Butte Avenue 762-1150 115reniteuf ALWAYS FIRST QUAUTY m COMMUNITY T.V. "Better Viewing Over the Cable" 210 West 3rd Street Alliance, Nebr. 762-4830 BERRY IRON METAL Oxygen and Acetylene W. Junction 2 — 385 762-2996 ALLIANCE M'S? floral COMPANY "Gifts and Flowers tor Every Occasion" 1|V 322 Box Butte 762-1910 Headquarters: 319 Black Hills, Alliance, Nebraska." "Rural Electric service in Arthur, Box Butte, Cherry, Garden, Grant, Hooker, McPherson, Morrill, Sheridan, and Souix Counties, Nebraska." 1 16Susi Keebaugh J. W. (Hook) KeebaugH THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE Alliance, Nebraska 307 Box Butte 762-2061 Woolwortlx FURMAN’S Furniture and Appliances Lane Cedar Chests 203 W. 3rd Alliance, Nebr. PODHAISKY NEIL'S TRUCKING SERVICE INSURANCE AGENCY AND NEIL'S AUTO AND TRUCK WASH "Your Protection is Our Best Policy" 414 Black Hills 762-3310 762-5321 Alliance 117FRY BROTHERS SHOP Blacksmith and Welding 21 I Willamette PRAIRIE STATES RANCH Custom Cattle Feeders Alliance, Nebraska BOX BUTTE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 118 Kolinda Smith John Haller Don "Smitty " Smith Smitty Haller Service 721 W. 3rdHAYWARD’S OPEN RANGE Run by Ranchers for Ranchers'' Levis for Girls and Boys Gifts Moccasins 210 Box Butte 762-4670 For the Best in Entertainment ALLIANCE FOX THEATER Lorraine Knowsley Acknowledgment A "thank-you'' to the businessmen of Alliance for their continuous support of the Bulidog. The Yearbook Staff 119YOUNG AMERICA still finds graduation a sad affair. Mike Tolstedt Julie Behm Mary Mundt 120 WORLEY STUDIORENO’S BEAUTY SHOP 711 Big Horn 762-5716 "Good Luck to the Class of '71" NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY For the Finest in Home Furnishings shop at Howard Jensen Earl Jensen JENSEN’S FURNITURE Mrs. Martagale Warthen Sharon Zillinger Alliance Railroad Employees Credit UnionYoung America Honors Mrs. Alice Nelson, Educator As the 7977 Bulldog comes to a close, the yearbook staff of A.H.S. wishes to commend the successful teaching career of Mrs. Alice Nelson and to congratulate her on her retirement. This year marks 25Vi years of service, 23 of which have seen her as the yearbook advisor. Whether she was working with her dedicated yearbook staffs or teaching her math classes, Mrs. Nelson's personality radiated humor, helpfulness, perseverance, and patience. These same qualities will serve her well in retirement as she reflects on past professional successes and anticipates new interests for her future. Mrs. Nelson enjoys counseling Yearbook Assistant Mrs. Sherry Yost. Mrs. Nelson has found her life formula—happiness. 122


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