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1973 Prom Royalty- First Attendents Dan Dietrich and Deb Chadwick; King Clint Schafer and Queen Carol Peltz; Second Attendents Kathy Wegner and Steve Mracek. The theme of the '73 Prom was "Evening in Paris".
'72 Royalty- King Mitch Herman, Queen Marianne Andrin.Reach Out...
School is not merely an institution for book learning; it teaches us to reach out for our dreams and goals. Not only is high school a short period of time, but so is life; it rushes past, leaving us bewildered, and wanting for what we could have had. For what is life, but a reaching out, a desperate grasping for achievement, friendship, and fullfilment? And each of us hopes it will leave us with a sense that someday we will be remembered.1972 Homecoming Royalty-First Attendent Deb Chadwick, escort Ron Best; Queen Carol Peltz, escort Daryl Krejci; Second Attendent Deb Griffis, escort Tim Borg.Months of planning, hours of selling candy, and careful last minute touches went toward a successful 1972 Pep Club Formal. A huge skier, giant snowman and shimmering lake all helped to bring "Winter Fantasy" to life.
Pep Club Royalty-Secretary Kay Drabbels, First Attendent Chris Thompson; President Brenda Garrett, Boyfriend Daryl Krejci; Treasurer Dorothy Shires, Second Attendent Tim Borg.For Beginnings
Another school year begins. Old friendships are united, new ones are created. Concentration, excitement, and endurance fill the air as each student strives to assimilate himself into his new school life- a life that requires reaching out for involvement and self satisfaction. As each day goes by, we explore and achieve, but only touch the surface of what life has to offer.For Meaning
Time rushes on, and we find ourselves deeper involved in activities both in, and out of school, each of us searching for a meaning in our own separate ways. The chill and quietness of a snow covered world fails to inhibit a sense of competition and achievement. Pride in ourselves grows as "belonging" becomes a vital part of our lives.For Life
At last the school year comes to an end, and we ask ourselves, "Where could it have gone?" Now is the time for reflection and memories.
The short year has slipped by, and left each of us to our separate futures. We have tried to reach out, whether it be in moments of quiet solitude, or surrounded by our peers. Now we must face the world, accept its challenges, and reach out for life’s experiences.REACH
tMr. Peterson Superintendent
Mr. Duryea Bus. Manager
The Alliance Public School ystem recognizes that the edu-ational needs of the students are ased on social needs, individual eeds, and the need for self-evelopment.
Superintendent Martin PetersenSchool Board, Left To Right: Dr. Olson, Mr. Cover, Mr. Sorum, Mrs. Curtiss, Mr. Lawrence
Nova, Top Left: Ken Gray, Top $ Rildit: Laura Gray, B. Left Barb Klfcia, B. Right: Marsha Fangmyer
Mr. Podraza GuidanceMrs. Merritt School Nurse
7VThe Needed Ones
The school secretary, office girls and custodial staff are the "needed ones" of A. H. S; they are the backbone of the school working force.
Office girls - Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Kosmicki Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Bredenkamp
Janitors - Mrs. Griffith, Mr. Roebuck, Mr. Bright Mrs. Reinmuth, Mrs. Rachetts, Mr. Turman, Mr. SmithStudents Realize Intuitive Values
The basic purpose of a student in the study of any genre' of literature is to realize life values as presented by different authors of different literary periods. It is the student's responsibility logically to weigh the viewpoints, and to either accept or reject these principles for his own life value. Coupled with this must be a sound use of written, and oral communication.
Becker Head Jr. English
Mrs. Davis English
Miss Greves English
Pounding and Thinking Help Students Realize Importance of History
Pound, pound, pound, is a common sound heard emitting from Mr. Furman s American class as he urges students to "think, think, think" in the hope that they will eventually realize that "while we read history we make history". George William Curtis
Miss Christensen Social StudiesA Chance to Travel
Learning a language is to learn its origin, besides learning to speak the language. Languages offer a chance to travel into the world of man's different development, to speak, and create his different cultures, and to obtain knowledge through experience.
LatinThe World Through Science
"Science is a creative activity, a continuous search for truth as students learn more about themselves and the universe in which they live. Students are challenged to understand the basic principles of science so that they can prepare to live in a time of rapid scientific advancement. "
Fred PetersenMath Stresses Individual Responsibility
This was the year of letting the students work at their own rate, starting from the seventh through the twelfth grades. No longer will such remarks as; "we are going too fast or too slow, " be heard, but rather, remarks such as, "I really like working individually, " "I have proven to myself I can dig out problems I don't understand, yet if I need it, I can turn to my teacher for help. " "I am still keeping up with the smarter students and I think by working individually, 1 have proven 1 can take responsibility if I really want
Home-Ec More Than Cooking
Home Economics is the springboard to growth and the future.
"Marriage and family is one role chosen by a great majority of women, just as it is oneorole chosen by a majority of men, but fulfilling it does not permit evading all other developments as a person. "
Jacqueline GrennanVocational Ed Develops Ability Through Experience
The clicking of typewriters and the clanging of gasoline engines are just two of the various sounds echoing from the doors of the Vocational building.
In Vocational Ed students gain knowledge of various techniques through actual participation in their projects. Taking dictation accurately and quickly, typing with sureness and ability, and becoming familiar with correct office procedures play an important part in the Vocational Business Course.
The Vocational courses provide practical training for all students, whether it is repairing an old jalopy, or knowing which side to debit and credit.
v h. 3rd. 2nd. I
Mr. Kennedy Auto Mech. Elec.“Music Art Emphasize the Creative Self’
Students should find that art is a subject that emphasizes expression of self. Creativity is developed in the art, or music, room, an spreads to all areas of living. "Art works toward the development of both freedom and discipline with the realization that you cannot have one without the other. "
Mr. Bibbey Music BandP.E. Shapes up Bulldogers
Physical Education is "The sum total of mans physical activity, selected as to kind, and conducted as to outcome. " The definition may sound complicated, but Physical Education of Alliance High strives to keep its students in tip top shape. Volleyball, basketball, tumbling, soccer, and the warm up exercises keep the instructors, as well as the students on their toes.i$p
Mr. Morris Driver's Education
rivers Ed. Developes Driving Skills
Safety procedures, driving skills, and knowledge of a car's "anatomy" are integral parts of the AHS Drivers Ed. course taught by Mr. Bob Morris, and Mr. Boyd Blomencamp; the course's maxim is: "Highway deaths are lowered by Defensive Drivers. "
Intersection models are used by Mr. Morris to outline situations that might occur around town, or on the "butte" as pictured below.
The "butte" - the domain of AHS Driver's Education classes.
Library assistantsi Bell Lgi Elaine Stone, Seatt P- Shcjtt
Mrs. McLean Librarlaii
Mrs. Andrews Librarian
The Library Is a Learning Enviroment
Providing attractive surroundings is only part of the jobs performed by librarians Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. McLean. The library not only furnishes a place to study, but is overflowing with a wealth of knowledge designed to aid students in their individual studies. Assistants not only gain experience in the library workings, but help keep it an orderly center in which to work.REACH
FOR CREATIVITYCONCERT BAND-Front Row-Deb Olsen, Deb Hain, Roxi Meter, Patty Griffis, Deb Lee, Second Row-Lana Peterson, Sally Schadwinkle, Chris Olsen, Sherri Jinks, Diane Smith, Deb Turechek, Jeanette Watkins, Third Row-Ladonna Spencer, Carla Haslow, Jean Wilson, Russel Finkey, Barb Faber, Deb Chadwick, Bill Wemke, Mark Bennett, Marcia West, Fourth Row-Clint Schafer, Susi Timbers, Kim Weimer, Sherri Emerson, Cathy Smith,
Mary Chinnock, Kim Kosmicki, Mary Lewis, Scott Bowhay, Mark Bowman.
The Alliance High Marching Band is shown during one of the performances which were presented at the halftime of all home football games.Front Row-Rhonda Ogle, Carol Peltz, Debbie Curtiss, Sandy Kirchner, Rhonda Smith, Jean Curtiss, Second Row-Cheryl Moores, Brenda Garrett, Deb Green, Pepper Shrewsbury, Cheri Hall, Kim Reed, Julie Petersen, Third Row-Lynette Green, Kay Drabbles, Tom Ushio, Jolene Merrihew, Tim Gearhart, Mike McDonald, Scott Vejraska, Tony Chadwick, Dan Olsen, Bev Solberg, Fourth Row-Director Tom Bibbey, Tim Garwood, Jim Balderson, Kevin Wilkenson, Scott Seebohm, J. R. Akert, Terry Bolinger, Rob Wickham, Terry Curtiss, Gretch Todd, Jon Wacker.
Band Director Mr. Thomas Bibbey is shown .. . And the Band Played on.
adding his touch to the tuba.
Dedication and unity led to a successful year for the Alliance High School Band. Even though the half-time shows of the marching band were not of perfection, the "sticktoit-iveness" of the members was appreciated throughout the entire marching season. The hard work paid off when the band received a "I" rating at the 1972 Colorado State Band Day at Fort Collins. Numerous activities which the band participated in were the Box Butte County Fair parade, Fort Collins Band Day, Winter and Pre-contest Concerts, and District Music Contest.
Alliance High's own German Band is shown below practicing diligently for one of their performances.“Pep Band”
Whether it be for failure or success,
They were always there to support the Bulldogs.
Many times they went without a simple "Thank you", But they were always there to support the Bulldogs.
What would it have been like at the games without them?
They were always there... to do their best.
Members include-1st Row- Diane Smith, Kay Drabbels, Jeanette Watkins, Kris Olson, Marcia West, Jean Turechek, Deb Olson, Deb Curtiss, Cheryl Moores, Brenda Garrett, BillWernke, 2nd Row- Scott Bowhey, Clint Schafer, Jon Wacker, Tim Gearhart, Dan Olson, Tony Chadwick, Scott Seebohm, Bev Solberg, Gretchen Todd, Mark Seebohm, Terry Curtiss, Director Tom Bibbey.
Stars of Tomorrow, Y-Teen Orpheum, Chadron State College Stage Band Clinic, various banquets, and two concerts were just a few of the events which were provided with entertainment by the '73 Stage Band. At music contest the stage band received a well-deserved "I" rating.
A few of the numbers performed by the stage band were "If",
"Black and White", "It's Going to Take Some Time", and "The New Generation".Thespians Troupe 3146
Thespian Troupe 3146 is the Alliance High Division of the National Thespian Society. Thespians are a group of young, ambitious actors and actresses. Membership is acquired by earning 15 points through active participation on stage and behind-the-scenes of all high school theatre productions.
This year's Thespian Troupe acted under the leadership of sponsor Don Clarke, President Rayleen Hammond, Vice-President Mark Watson, and Secretary-Treasurer Sue Morgan.
Officers for the Thespian Troupe 3146 of AHS were: President Rayleen Hammond, V. President Mark Watson, and Seer.-Tres. Sue Morgan.
Members of this year's Thespian Troupe were: 1st. Row- Leo Fowler, Dick Brown, Mart Jones, Mark Watson, Travis Grubbs, 2nd Row- Kathy Schrimpf, Rayleen Hammond, Deb Hain, June Ettle, Jayne Minnick, and Sue Morgan. opCHOIR-First Row-Sherry Emerson, Chrystal Odell, Kim Weimer, Denise Scott, Deb Deford, Patty Alvarado, Nancy Smith. Second Row-Gloria Roebuck, Deb Olson, Janet Behm, Lynelle Collins, Jody Galyen, Patty Green, Bev Solberg, Third Row- Margaret Monroe, Cathy Smith, Roxi Meter, Linda West, Deb Hain, Kay Drabbles, Marla Spencer, Fourth Row-Jon Wacker, Randy Jensen, Jay Holmes, Gary Rask, Darrell Leisy, Ron Ward, Clint Schafer.
CHAMBER SINGERS-Bev Solberg, Marla Spencer, Deb Hain, Kay Drabbles, Jeanette Watkins, Jill Marlatt, Cathy Paulson, Linda Nielson, Marcia Miller, Jon Wacker, Gary Rask, Darrell Leisy, Clint Schafer, T. J. McAndrew,
J. R. Akert, Mark Seebohm and Randy Baugh.Front Row- Linda Nielson, Cheryl Moores, Tami Dietrich, Marcia Miller, Cyndia Dill, Valerie Grubbs, Diane Thorne, Second Row-Jayne Minnick Cathy Paulson, Mable Cole, Mary Lou Colwell. Cathy Paulson, Mable Cole, Mary Lou Colwell, Vicki Langmacker, Vicki Jacobs, Judy Dafney. THIRD ROW- Randy Baugh, Mike Voss, Jill Marlatt, Helen Abbott, Julie Bignell, Jeanette Watkins, Jean Turechek, Fourth Row- Mike Lawrenze, Pat McDonald, Mark Seebohn, T. J. McAndrews, Jim Johnston, Rick Jessee, J. R. Akert.
A.H.S. Choir Has Active Year
This year the AHS Choir, under the direction of Mr. Harvey Durrett, had a busy and successful year. Hard work and determination earned the choir a 2, or excellent rating at the District Music Contest held this year at Sidney, Nebraska.
Honors for the year were awarded at the Music Banquet. Participation in the Annual Pop Concert capped an active year for the choir.Deb Olsen and Clint Schafer portray sophomore and junior characters in the Senior Skit which received first place in the skit division.
Linda Nielson is shown during a fine vocal solo performance.
Darrell Colwell represents a teenage idol of the 50's in the "Rick Record Show" which was presented by the Freshman Class.
A typical day in the life of an AHS student, a 1950 teen scene and a German Band were just a few of the acts which were presented at the 1973 Y-Teen Orpheum.
Overall theme for the event was "World of Disney. " Dick Brown and Ken Kirchoff served as Masters of Ceremonies.
Practice paid off for this vocal quartet as they received first place in the music division. Members of the quartet are Scott Seebohm, Kay Drabbels, Jon Wacker, and Marcia Miller.Dr. and Mrs. Montague, played by Dick Brown and Anna Maria Alves Del Santos, meet in the discussion of the supernatural phenomena at Hill House.
Eleanor reveals her fears to Theodora and Mrs. Dudley.
Dr. Montague and Luke take time out for a game of chess.
Juniors Present “The Haunting of Hill House”
Dramatic intrigue and suspense were offered by the dedicated actors and actresses of "The Haunting of Hill House. " After several weeks of intense practice under the direction of drama instructor Mr. Donald Clarke, the production went to the stage. This unique production was a new style to the stage at Alliance High. The audience was not as responsive as had been desired, but media critics analyzed the performance as excellent and intriguing.
The suspense drama was adapted for stage from the novel by Shirley Jackson. A small group of "psychically receptive" people gather at Hill House to study the mysterious powers which it seemed to possess. Led by the learned Dr. Montague, who is conducting the inquiry in supernatural phenomena, they encounter numerous strange and eerie occurances which bring on a crisis, and cause fatal unjury for one of the members of the research party.
Dick Brown, Vance Thompson,
Jane Minnick, Anna Maria Alves Del Santos, June Ehle, and Marla Spencer made up the play's cast.1972-73 majorettes are shown raising the flag at an AHS football game, which was part of their football season duties.
CHOIR OFFICERS for the 1972-73 school year were Kay Drabbels, President, Vicki Langmacher, Secr-Tres. and Scott Seebohm, Vice-President,
Leading the band through a full year were Jean Curtiss, Treasurer, Mary Chinnock and Diane Smith, Librarians,
Clint Schafer, President, Scott Bowhey, Vice President, 44 and Debbie Curtiss, Secretary.
Poise, beauty and responsibility are only a few of the qualities held by the majorettes of the AHS Marching Band. This year's majorettes were, from Left To Right, Sophomore Marcia West, Senior Debbie Chadwick, and Junior Sandy Kirchner.Outgoing Majorette Deb Chadwick presents the new Majorette, Nancy Adams to those dining at the annual Music Parents Banquet.
The old and the new strike a pose as one ends, and another begins, her line of duty as AHS Majorette.
Freshman Nancy Adams is tapped by Debbie Chadwick as the new 1973-74 Majorette. She will serve with Sandy Kirchner and Marcia West.
Sophomore and Junior Majorettes Marcia West and Sandy Kirchner honor Senior Majorette Debbie Chadwick with a token of gratitude for a job well done.
Pep Club officers and sponsors: Yell leader; Deb Olson, Vice-President; Jean Curtiss, President; Brenda Garrett, Treasurer; Dorothy Shires, Miss Pilfold, Mrs. Pool, Secretary; Kay Drabbels
“Pep Club Pumps Pride and Spirit!”
Infinite spirit and enduring pride, coupled with dedicated sponsors and officers personified the successful 1972-73 Pep Club. Lockers, bulletin boards, and halls were adequately decorated before each event, creating an atmosphere of pride and involvement.
SeUing sports programs and a variety of candy supplied the funds for a successful Pep Club Formal. "Winter Fantasy" was the theme selected by the Pep Club Members. The evening was brought to a climax with the crowning of the Pep Club Boyfriend and his attendants. Daryl Krejci was chosen Boyfriend, Chris Thompson, First Attendant, and Tim Borg, Second Attendant.
Happiness and tears ended the year with the tapping of the new cheerleaders and officers.Left to Right- Treasurer Tim Borg, Vice-president Daryl Krejei, Sergeant-ol-Arms Ken Kirchoff, President Mark Watson
“A-Club Sponsors Big Red All Stars”
A-Club is an honorary club made up of boys who have won a major letter in one of the school sports. Its membership is also based upon loyality, sportsmanship, scholastic ability, and performance in actual competition.
Crowning the Homecoming Queen during the half of the Homecoming game is an exciting moment for the A-Club. They also enjoy other special events such as the All Sports Banquet, for all athletes.
The main activity sponsored by the Club was selling refreshments at all home basketball games and wrestling matches. Funds obtained from this were used in sponsoring a Big Red All Stars basketball game, and helped to pay for the Athlete-of-the-Year award.Jeanette Watkins-Secretary, Deb Olson-President, Vicki Langmacher-Vice President, and Kathy Lawson-Treasurer take time out with Y-Teen sponsors for a laugh.
Y-Teens Reach Out and Help
This year Y-Teens chose "It Only Takes A Spark" as their theme. With a little work and care, they soon had a "fire" going. The Y-Teens major project of the year was supporting Siu Choi Yee, an orphan from Hong Kong. Other events sponsored by the Y-Teens included: The Pizza Party, Patteran, Indian Children's Christmas Party, Mother-Daughter Banquet, and Senior Dinner.
The Y-Teens major money making projects in 1972-1973 were the World Fellowship Fair and the Orpheum; Profits from Orpheum-"The Wonderful World of Disney" provide for two scholarships awarded to out standing Y-Teens. Mrs. Eunice Petersen served as sponsor and was aided by Mrs. Juanita Glarum and Mrs. Jody Mischnick.
Seated: Bev Solberg, Diane Smith, Cheryl Thompson, Jean Curtiss. Standing: Jaylene Fortune, Chris Lawson, Debbie Nason, Mary Chinnock, Sherry Jinks, Marjorie Andrick, Debbie Lee. Top Row: Jill Moss, Jane Johnson, Kay Drabbels, Jean Turcheck, Cheri Vorovka, Julie Bignell.DECA Officers and Sponsor Mr. Lonnie Sherlock DECA Member Anne Rubeck
Candy Bars Take DECA to State
DECA, Distributive Education Clubs of A-merica, strives to develop future leaders in distribution and marketing.
Managing the first school store in Alliance High School history, attending state leadership conferences, and helping the Alliance Jaycees with their annual Christmas shopping tour for underprivileged children were top priorities for DECA members in the 1972-73 school year. To earn money for the state leadership conference, DECA sold candy bars. To keep the interest up, the class with the most sales received free pizza while in Omaha.
AHS DECA objectives are centered around the practical vocational approach to sales, business and personal responsibility.
Historian Reporter ....
Wayne Jensen Sandy Vogel Carolyn Taylor Ramona Frohman (not pictured)
53FHA Sponsor: Mrs. Marie Sutter FHA Sponsor: Mrs. Betty Stewart
FHA Cooks up Activities
In 1972, AHS girls with mutual homemaking interests organized a club, FHA. The FHA stands for Future Homemakers of Alliance. FHA helps to teach girls economical ways to live, and how to prepare for family life. This year the club really "blossomed" ; with the guidance of sponsors Mrs. Sutter and Mrs. Stewart, the girls had a "really fine time." The meetings were held the second monday of each month, at posted times. Cooperation was imperative and the girls really pitched in for the bakesale, pancake feed, and the pizza sale; all of which were money making projects. When it came time to enjoy the earnings, all came through "in flying colors." The FFA boys were asked to join for a skating party that they planned. The pot luck supper and picnic given for the girls and their families highlighted FHA's yearly activities.
President..................................... Cyndia Dill
Vice-President................................ Phyllis Taylor
Seer. -Treas.................................. Nancy Simpson
FHA Officers take time out from their busy schedule to enjoy a quiet moment.FFA Speech winners: Dennis Lee, Jerry Leistritz, and Cash Ostrander
Dennis Powell smiles with pride after winning the Sugar Beet Producer Championship.
FFA Continues Winning Tradition
The 1972-73 FFA Chapter continued the winning streak which has become an AHS tradition. This year the FFA boys earned first places in District Stubble Mulching Judging, District Land Judging, and in District Range Judging. One of the top awards was having the state champion Sugar Beet Producer named from the Alliance Chapter, Dennis Powell. Other achievements included The Blue Ribbon Wheat sample at the State Wheat Show, and fifth place in the State Range Judging.
FFA Officers and Advisor Mr. Kenneth WareStaff members hustle to meet the deadline.
Annual Photographer: Rick Adams
It’s an Annual Affair
An ambitious and enlarged BULLDOG staff seemed to make "change" the key word for the 1973 BULLDOG. For the first time in the twenty-seven year history of the BULLDOG, the distribution date of the yearbook was changed from April to August. This enabled the staff to include graduation, prom, and Senior Class Play photos in the book; before, with the early deadline, this had not been possible.
New layout concepts, cover designs, and an increase of twenty-four pages in the size of the book were only a few of the many features innovated by the staff. During the year the Annual members participated in several local journalism seminars and sent several students to Lincoln to attend the State Journalism Conference held in late October.
As the deadline approached, layout, copy, cropping, and captions became key factors as the staff members scurried to complete their assigned pages on time.Line-up of Spud staff include Denise Scott, Sue Morgan, Carol Kulas, Carolyn Taylor, Dorothy Shires, Lynn Kirkpatrick, Sandy Vogel, Debbie Griffis, and Mark Watson.
Spud Keeps Its Eyes Open
Producing a bi-monthly periodical of school events, the Spud emphasizes old-fashioned hard work and the proper use of talent. Editing of this publication does not conclude the activities of the staff. Journalism students sell advertisements to cover the cost of printing.
In October the Spud staff traveled to Lincoln to attend the State Press Convention.
While attending the convention, they added to their knowledge of journalism.
Inspiration and creativity add to the success of the paper. The new technique of offset press brings clarity to pictures and easier reading.
Editors Walt Metz and Merry Rachetts discuss new topics with sponsor Mrs. ReisigRodeo Club Rides Again!
This year the addition of a high school Rodeo Club to the activity roster added a new dimension to AHS. In the hope of holding their own high school rodeo, these enthusiastic buffs, led by advisor Mr. Jack Kennedy, were engaged in several money making projects, which included selling "Go Big Red" check books and sponsoring a western dance.
Like many other clubs, the Rodeo Club operates on a point system. An accumulation of 150 points by a member results in his receiving a rodeo pin. These points are achieved by club attendance and-or, participation in rodeos, participation on various committees, and personal success on money making drives.
President Vice-President Seer. -Treas. Publicity Chairman Point Director
Jim McDonald Mick VonTour Phyllis Taylor Kim Ferguson Peggy Walker
Rod Underwood and Jay Shrewsbury team up to rope a steer.if'H " .r.s?
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OUT...FOR ACHIEVEMENTHope Returns for Bulldogs
Football is back at AHS. Coach Boyd Blomenkamp led his gridders to a 3-6 season. Although this does not sound too impressing, it is a giant step forward compared to the years before. Working along with Coach Blomenkamp were Coach Lyle Newman, who ran the defensive unit, Coach Jim Hawk who was in charge of the offensive linemen, and Bill Podraza, who assisted Coach Blomenkamp with the backs.
Alliance started off their season by completely blowing Chadron off the field. Two weeks later the gridders defeated Sidney, who was then considered to be the powerhouse of the Western Conference. With the win over Gordon, Alliance compiled a 3-2 record in Western Conference. Being one of the smallest teams in overall size and weight, Alliance had its problems against the West Big Ten schools. Good showings were made against McCook and North Platte.
Tim Borg and Daryl Krejci were selected to the All-Western Conference and All West Big Ten teams. Along with the two seniors was Wayne Jensen, a junior, who also made the All-Western Conference team.
AHS Varsity OPP.
40 Chadron 14
0 Kimball 16
12 Sidney 6
27 Gordon 6
7 North Platte 34
20 Gering 43
8 Kearney 47
8 Scottsbluff 21
20 McCook 23
1st Row: Jim Weber, Rick Adamson, Rick Guernsey, John Kooper, Daryl Krejci, Ron Best, Allen Goff, Wayne Jensen, Terry Weisgerber, 2nd Row: Dan Brown, Delbert Leisy, Steve Engelhaupt, Art Prelle, Bill Bright, Mike Vallejo, Tim Borg, Dave Essay, Tom Ushio, 3rd Row: Steve Engel, Bruce Watson, Rob Herman, Ron Jones, Tim Tyler, Stan Schoenemann, Gary Rask, Brad Green, Kevin Wilkinson, Kyle Hand, 4th Row: Mark Seebohm, Mark Thompson, John Way, Dan Olson, Roy Rogers, Jim Wilcox, Brian Plank,
Dave Nielsen, Dave Wegner 5th Row: Jay Shrewsbury, Randy Turechek, Lyle Wood, Harold Jones, Scott Vejraska, Robin Wickham, Dennis Lee
62Young Gridders Return As Winners
The AHS reserves, like the varsity, proved that they wanted to, and could play football. The young gridders wrapped their season up with a 3-1-2 record. Leading the running attack was Art Prelle, a full back, who did an excellent job powering his way up the middle. Mark Seebohm, with his speed and quickness, picked up yards around the ends. Delbert Leisy and Daryl Monroe held their own on the defensive line while Dan Brown stopped any running backs that made it through.
AHS Reserve OPP
19 Bridgeport 6
8 Sidney 8
20 Kimball 6
14 C hadron 14
16 Scottsbluff 23
12 Gordon 8
Left Up: Coach Hawk, Mark Seebohm, Rick Adams, Terry Weisgerber, John Way, Jim Wilcox, Art Prelle, Dave Nielsen, Dave Essay, Ned Percival, Brian Plank, Jerry Johnson, Jay Shrewsbury, Scott Vejraska, Harold Jones, Randy Turechek, Allen Goff, Mark Thompson, Tom Ushio, Dennis Lee, Dan OlsonHarriers Finish Season With Success
1st Row: Scott Finch, Jack Moss, Tim Garwood, Brad Hoppe ns, Terry Curtiss, Jim Johnston. Second Row: Jack
Bob Morris, who has always coached one of the best cross-country teams in the state, maintained his winning tradition this year. Jack Girard, Mark Carter, Jim Brandt, Jack Watson and Bill Kemper did the running at the State meet, and came home with a third place finish. Coach Morris will be looking forward to next season with the return of all his harriers, except Jack Watson; Jack was a first year man, but he came on strong for the team.
Gering 3rd 5th
Sidney 3rd 2nd
Alliance 3rd 2nd
Scottsbluff 2nd 4th
Western Conf. 1st
Big Ten 1st
Girard, Rob Kirchner, Bill Kemper, Jack Watson, Tony Chadwick, Mark Carter
66Front Row-Rhonda Smith, Sandy Kirchner, Bev Solberg, Jean Curtiss, Second Row-Heather Heath, Gretchen Todd, Brenda Garrett, Lana Peterson.
Volleyball Team Serves up Victories
Starting off the season with five straight wins, the varsity Spikers fell only to North Platte and Gordon in dual matches. The reserves had an impressive season, with a 8-1 record, being undefeated until the last match against Scottsbluff. Although Miss Pilfold will be losing the leadership of four seniors, Brenda Garrett, Lana Peterson, Bev Solberg, and Jean Curtiss-She has much to look forward to next year; Brenda Garett was given the Senior Volleyball Award.
67Front Row- Jaylene Fortune, Kim Kosmicki, Mina Drumheller,Terri Yates Second Row- Julie Petersen, Sally Schadwinkel, Ann Smith, Mary Lewis, Carla Haslow.
Volley Ball Gals Have Great Year
OPP. Varsity Reserve
C hadron Won Won
Kimball Won Won
St. Agnes Won Won
Sidney Won Won
Gordon Won Won
North Platte lost Won
Melbeta Tournament no place
C hadron Won Won
Western Conference 2nd
Gordon lost Won
Scott sbluff Won lost
68Cagers Have Successful Year
AHS VARSITY OPP AHS RESERVE OPP
77 37 Gordon 52 25
53 51 Gering 46 59
51 71 Kearney 46 58
45 53 North Platte 46 47
70 58 McCook 53 51
32 54 Sidney 33 32
74 40 Valentine 60 38
57 47 Scottsbluff 32 51
64 49 Gering 41 75
53 64 Scottsbluff 34 48
57 48 C hadron 54 47
84 70 McCook 60 58
51 63 North Platte 49 73
49 59 Sidney 46 42
56 54 Kimball 37 51
52 72 Kearney 30 49
WESTERN CONFERENCE TOURNEY
58 Gering 79
66 Gordon 48
66 Valentine 51
DISTRICT TOURNEY 74 Gordon 47
52 Kimball 48
34 Sidney 43
Tim Borg concentrates on a crucial free throw.
Kyle Hand shoots over SidneyChris Thompson, Tony Chadwick, Kevin Wilkinson, Dan Walker, Kyle Hand, Stan Schoenemann, Tim Borg, Dave Wegner, John Becker, Allen Goff, Dave Essay, Tim Tyler
Alliance Cagers Complete Season With Success
The up and down Bulldogs finished a winning season with a 13-9 record under Coach Morris.
The round bailers won the consolation championship in the Holiday Tournament, and were runner-up in the District Tourney.
Alliance also was runner-up in the Western Conference division. In Big Ten competition the Bulldogs placed third.
Kyle Hand led the Bulldogs in total points, rebounding, free throw percentage and recoveries. Dan Walker and Stan Schoenemann led in field goal percentage. Tim Borg was the playmaker, averaging six assists a game. John Becker was the most improved player this year. Dave Wegner proved to be a strong sixth man.
Walker and Hand received individual honors for the Bulldogs. Hand made second team Big Ten, first team Western Conference, and was nominated for the state team. Walker was named honorable mention at Western Conference.
Dan Walker plows through Scottsbluff for a bucket.
John Becker“Reserve Cagers Have Up Down Season”
The Reserve basketball team ended up with a 7-9 record under Coach Lyle Newman. The cagers showed poise by winning many close games and pride by playing hard until the final buzzer sounded. Alliance Reserves without a big man, shot well from the outside, and worked inside with quickness. This year's roundballers were young, and gained valuable experience which will be helpful for the upcoming year.
lim Johnston, Wayne Jensen, Steve Summers, Jerry Johnson, Bill Kemper, Steve Engel, Coach: Lyle Newman. Front Row: J.R. Akert, Terry Curtiss, John Way, Dave Zurn, Brad HoppinsThe varsity wrestlers, under the new leadership of Coach Boyd Blomenkamp, ended the dual season undefeated.
The grapplers came on strong to sweep the District Tourney and qualified three matmen for the State meet. At State, Alliance placed third, and had two champions and a second place. Paul Stavropoulos was a state champ, and ended the season undefeated. Jack Girard won the state champion title and went undefeated also. Dan Brown was a second place winner at State, and he was only defeated twice during the season.
Alliance should be a powerhouse next year as they will have several strong and experiencedwrestlers returning.
Ron Jones attempts to keep his man on the mat.
Alliance warmsis tied up.
Bruce Leisy takes control.
“Reserve Wrestlers Gain Experience”
Ending the 1972-73 season with a 4-4 record, the reserve grapplers gained experience and success. Showing strength for the team were Bill McDonald, Roy Rogers, and Joe Simpson.
The matmen proved themselves by hard work and dedication. They should provide good varsity material for next years team.
Dan Brown lifts his opponent off the mat.
Rob Kirchner goes for a pin.Jack Moss, Steve Benzel, Bill McDonald, Joe Simpson, Marvin Faber, Roy Rodgers, Jim Wilcox, Darrell Colwell, Randy Turechek, Dennis Lee, Scott Ashley, Coach Blomenkamp, Coach Kyser.
25 CHADRON 24
42 KIMBALL 13
36 BRIDGEPORT 15
3rd Valentine Invitational
36 GORDON 22
38 GERING 12
2nd place Ogallala Invitational
39 SC OTTSBLUFF 12
2nd place Western Conference
39 SIDNEY 12
5th place Big Ten
1st place District 3rd place State
Paul Stravopoulos, Allen Jines, Tom Ushio, Dan Brown, Jack Girard, Jim Brandt, Bruce Leisy, Ron Jones, Brian Plank, Gary Rask.
45 CHADRON 45
45 KIMBALL 12
72 MINATARE 0
32 BRIDGEPORT 28
18 GORDON 32
15 GERING 50
12 SCOTTSBLUFF 39
39 SIDNEY 21Talent and Potential Shown by Young Cindergals
Coach Sandy Pilfold's girls' track team, although not showing great strength in meets, did have many young runners which showed much potential. Kim Kosmicki and Judy Dafney displayed talent in the 100 yard and 220 yard dashes. Julie Petersen led the way in the 880 and Carla Haslow in the 440. Donna Sulzbach did a good job in the shotput and discus. All these girls will return for the '74 season.
Back-Lana Peterson, Gretchen Todd, Donna Sulzbach, Lynelle Collins,
Deb Turechek, Linda Johnson, Donna Zurn, Sally Schadwinkel, Jill Marlatt, Middle-Terri Yates, Judy Dafney, Shirley Johnson, Julie Rust, DeAnn Duryea, Rhonda Smith, Roxi Meter, Kim Kosmicki, Julie Peterson, Front-Coaches Shirley Schlenker and Sandy Pilfold(oung Cindermen Gain Valuable Experience
Alliance tracksters lost much of their talent this year due to injuries, but next year should prove to be successful through experience gained this year.
AHS qualified four cindermen for state; Jim Brandt, Randy Krebs, Stan Schoenemann and Kevin Wilkinson. Brandt was the only one to place, he tied for sixth in the 880 yard run.
Ogallala Sidney hadron estern Conference Gering Big Ten District State
Bottom Row: Terry Curtiss, Mark Seebohm, Jim Brandt, Art Prelle, Kevin Wilkinson, John Way, Tony Chadwick 2nd Row: Allan Goff, Mark Carter, Roy Rogers, Wayne Jensen, Bob Grant, Steve Summers, Dave Nielson, Jim Johnston. Top Row: Randy Krebs, Jack Watson, Terry Bolinger, Stan Schoenemann, Jerry Johnson, Kyle Hand, Brian Plank, Cash Ostrander, Tim Garwood.AHS Linksters Bag State Title
From tee to green, the AHS Varsity Golfers displayed the desire and determination that enabled them to capture a successful season, and the State Class B Title.
Tim Borg, Mark Watson, John Becker, Dan Dietrich and Scott Seebohm set the winning pace for the Bulldog Linksters, who won the school's first State Golf Title at Lincoln.
Pride and practice are qualities personified by the efforts of the Reserves; winning potential is indicated for the '74 season.
Tim Tyler, Paul Watson, J. D. Dietrich, Billy Coleman, Brad Tyler, Jim Todd, Dan Simpson
Dan Dietrich, Mark Watson, Tim Borg, John Becker, Scott Seebohm, Chris Thompson
771973 Athlete of the Year 1 Tim Borg
1973 Girl Athlete of the Year 2 Lana Peterson
1972 Athlete of the Year 3 Art Ullrich
78Peg Spencer, Carol Peltz, Deb Griffis, Lana Peterson, Susie Timbers, Front-Sherry Hartwig.
OUT...FOR UNITYSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Kathy Ackerman J.R. Akert Patty Alvarado Scott Ashley Jim Balderson Debi Becker Stephanie Becker
Terry Bolinger Diane Brungard Jim Butcher Mark Carter Tony Chadwick Ernest Charles Mabel Cole
Mary Cole Bill Coleman Mary Lou Colwell Debbie Cotes Bob Crouse Cindy Cummings Terry Curtiss
Judy Dafney Jon DeBusk Debbie DeFord Cindy DeVerry Ken Deisch Karen Dempsey Christine DeWittJohn Dietrich Tami Dietrich Marcella Dobry Chester Dye Steve Engel Barbara Faber Marvin Faber
Melvin Faber Jayne Failor Kim Ferguson Rhonda Finch Mike Fitzgerald Carmen Flores Kent Fritzler
Jodi Galyn Timothy Gearhart Detlef Gerdau Earl Gilliam Robert Grant Brad Green Debra Green
Julie Green Lynette Green Pati Griffis Bruce Grothen Valarie Grubbs Doug Hashman Carla Haslow
Sheri Fitzgerald Lari Henderson Jay Holmes Judith Holub Geneice Homrighausen Nancy Brad I
Rick Hostetler Kathryn Jensen Robert Jensen Rick Jesse Jerry Johnson Jim Johnston Harold Jones
Robert Jordan Lynne Kirkpatrick Kim Kosmicki Arlene Kulas Dennis Lee Lisa Leistritz Louis LeisyMary Lewis Patti Lewis Georgia Liakos Sarah Longacre Larry Mandelberg Nancy Marlatt
Kevin McAndrew Bill McDonald Patrick McDonald Janelle Meade Jolene Merrihew Roxi Meter Lucinda Miller Edwin Iron Rope
Margaret Monroe Linda Nagaki Dave Nielsen Christal Odell Dan Olson Kris Olson William Payne
Everett Percival Julie Petersen Brian Plank Connie Retke Donna Roebuck Roy Rogers Julie Rust
Rodney Sanchez Marty Schefcik Paul Schnell Mark Seebohm Deb Seidler Susan Seidler Patrick Sherlock
Jay Shrewsbury Geri Simpson Cathey Smith Nancy Smith LaDonna Spencer Donna Sulibach
Dallas Thies Mark Thompson Cindy Thorne Judy Todd Randy Thurchek Brad Tyler Bobbi Tyndall Michele ValandraScott Vejraska Keith Vogel Mick VonTour Mike Voss John Way Jeff Weber
Steven Wegenast Kim Weimer Marcia West Robin Wickham Jim Wilcox
Kevin Wilkinson Jean Wilson Lyle Wood
Doug Worth Dave Zurn
Reaching out for a future means taking one's childish dreams and turning them into reality.
Sophomore Sponsors: Mr. Jim
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President... Jack Girard
Vice-President Lynelle Collins
Sherry Allen Marjorie Andrick Mark Bennett Mindi Bignell
Scott Bowhay Jim Brandt Randy Callan Sharon Campbell
Treasurer... Sandy Kirchner
Helen Abbott Rick Adams Marlene Adamson Marilyn Albright
Debbie Carpenter Susan Carr Liz Cole Lynelle Collins
Dan Cotes Mina Drumheller June Ettle Jack Fester
Scott Finch Russell Finkey Jaylene Fortune Ramona Frohman
Gina Furley Randy Furrow Wyatt Gardner Tim Garwood
Jack Girard Allen Goff Linda Gonzalez Sally Grant
Patty Green Debbie Hain Kyle Hand Scott HaswellHeather Heath Robbie Herman Ray Hielscher Cheri Hood
Robyn Iossi Craig Irish Vickie Jacobs Ed Jensen
Randy Jensen Wayne Jensen Diana Johnson Jane Johnson
Linda Johnson Lisa Johnson Robert Kirchner Sandy Kirchner
John Kooper Alan Koozer Carol Kulas Vicki Langmacher
Ellen Langner Kathy Lawson Delbert Leisy Lorrie Libsack
90Jill Marlatt Mike McDonald Walt Metz Debra Mink
Jayne Minnick Bill Monroe Sue Morgan Jill Moss
Jess Mullanix Sandi Nason Linda Nielson Rhonda Ogle
Myrtle Ostrander Cathy Paulsen Kerry Petersen Art Prelle
Kim Reed Steve Ringleman Doris Rose Yvonne Ross
Anne Rubeck Victor Sanchez Sally Shadwinkel Lori SchoenemanStan Schoeneman Dave Schwindt Denise Scott Linda Seri
Pepper Shrewsbury Rhonda Smith Marla Spencer Richard Spencer
Paul Stravopoulos Steve Summers Connie Thayer Gretchen Todd
Gina Toldstedt Debi Jean Turchek Jim Tyndall Rod Underwood
Tom Ushio Darrel Vogel Sandy Vogel Vicki Vogel
Jon Wacker Tom Wagner Joyce Ward Jim Weber
Being a Junior is pausing to look behind and wondering what's ahead.
Terry Weisgerber Linda West Rick Wickham Brad Williams
Janie Wilson Craig Woods Kathy Worley Donna Zurn
BILL ACKERMAN Rodeo Club DIANA ACKERMAN Choir
RICK ADAMSON Football
ANA MARIA DOS SANTOS Pep Club, Junior Class Play, Y-Teens, Exchange Student from Brazil RANDY BAUGH
Choir, Chamber Singers, Junior Class Play, All School Musical, One-Act Play, Library Asst.
Choir, All School Musical, 3-D Letter Golf, Basketball, Football
Choir, Band, Pep Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, D.E. C.A. , County Government, Spanish Club, Senior Class Secretary VIOLET BEHM
Choir, Girls Glee, Y-Teen, Pep Club RANDY BEST
German Club, Boys Track, Football, Wrestling
President... Dave Vogel
Vice-President... Janet Behm
Secretary... Julie Bignell
Treasurer. .. Scott Seebohm
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERSRON BEST
All School Musical, German Club, Football, Basketball, Weightlifting, A-Club
Choir, Band, Pep Band, All School Musical, Y-Teens, Orpheum, Y-Teen Cabinet, Annual, Annual Co-Editor, Pep Club, Quill G Scroll, Senior Class Secretary
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play
All School Musical, Pep Club Boy friend 2nd Attendant, Speech Contest, National Honor Society, Football, Western Conference, West Big Ten, Shrine Bowl, Basketball, Western Conference Honorable Mention, A-Club, A-Club Treasurer, 3-D Letter, Regents Scholarship, Elks Scholarship, Scholastic Contest MARK BOWMAN
Band, Pep Band, Junior Class Play, All School Musical, German Club, Football, Wrestling, Rodeo Club, A-Club BILL BRIGHT
Y-Teen Orpheum, Student Council, Sophomore Class President, Football, Boy's Track, Weightlifting, Wrestling, Scholastic Contest
Choir, Chamber Singers, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, All School Musical, Orpheum, Thespians, One Act Play, Spud, Speech Contest, Spanish Club, German Club, Boy's Track, A-Club, Football, Weightlifting, Wrestling
LARRY BROWN Rodeo Club BRUCE CARTER
Band, Pep Band, Y-Teen, Y-Teen
Cabinet, Orpheum, Homecoming Queen
Attendant, Pep Club, Majorette, German
Band, Band Librarian, Pep Band, All
School Musical, Orchestra, Pep Club,
Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Orpheum,
Spanish Club, Scholastic Contest
Band, Pep Band, Annual, Spud
D.E. C. A.
JIM CUNNINGHAM Band
Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, Student Council, Pep Club, County Government, National Honor Society, German Club, Girls State Alternate, District Music Contest, Band Secretary, Scholastic Contest
All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, One Act Play, Pep Club, Speech Contest, County Government, National Honor Society, Sophomore Class Secretary, Volleyball, Volleyball Co-captain, Music Contest, Band treasurer, Pep Club Vice-President
MARVIN DICKINSON FFA President, FFA Vice-President, Rodeo Club DAN DIETRICH
All School Musical, Student Council, Golf, Football, Basketball, A-Club CYNDIA DILL
Choir, Girls Gleen, All School Musical, Y-Teen, FHA, FHA President.
FFA, FFA Land Judging
Choir, Chamber Singers, Mixed Ensemble, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, All-State Music, Choir President, Pep Club Secretary, Scholastic Contest LYNN DYKES Choir, Girls GleeSUSAN ELLIOT
Band, Pep Band, Pep Club, Y-Teen, Y-
Teen Cabinent, Orpheum
Y-Teen Orpheum, County Government,
Boy's Track, Football, Weightlifting,
A-Club, Key Club, Key Club Vice-
DENNIS FESTER Key Club
Junior Class Play, Boy's Track, Girl's Track, Wrestling DAVID FONDER LEO FOWLER
Y-Teen Orpheum, Thespians, Speech Contest, Football
D. E. C. A. , Football, Wrestling
Y-Teen, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Choir
COLLEEN FU LUTON Choir
Band, Pep Band, One Act Play, Football,
Track, Football, Wrestling
99DEB GARNER BRENDA GARRETT
Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, National Honor Society, German Club, Track, Alliance Invitational All-tourney member, Outstanding Senior Volleyball player, Pep Club President, Choir FRANCIS GONZALAS
Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Varsity Cheerleader, Spud, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll Spanish Club, Tumbling Club TRAVIS GRUBBS
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, All School Musical, Thespians, One Act Play, County Government, Scholastic Contest
Choir, D. E. C.A. , Football, Weightlifting.
Choir, Girls Glee, Y-Teen Orpheum,
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play,
Thespians, Thespian President, One Act
Play, Pep Club, Speech Contest, Spanish
DEAN HARRIS Football
SHERRY HARTWIG Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Scholastic Contest
Y-Teen, Pep Club, D. E. C. A. , Spanish Club
PHYLLIS HASHMAN Y-Teen, Pep Club LINDA HERNANDEZ D.E.C. A.PATTY HOOD Y-Teen, Pep Club, FHA HORACE HOWARD SHERRI JINKS
Band, Pep Band, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Woman's Club Scholarship
Choir, Girls Glee, Junior Class Play, One Act Play, Pep Club, Library Assistant, Girl's Track, Rodeo Club MIKE JOHNSON Choir, D. E. C. A. , Football TED JOHNSON
FFA, Football, Scholastic Contest
RITA JOHNSON Spud
Senior Class Play, Y-Teen Orpheum, Thespians, One-Act Play, Spud RON JONES
Football, Weightlifting, Wrestling, A-Club
Y-Teen Orpheum, Track, Football, Wrestling, Weightlifting, A-Club, A-Club Sgt. at Arms DARYL KREJCI
Pep Club Boyfriend, Annual, Boy's Track, Football, Wrestling, Weightlifting, A-Club, A-Club Vice President, Scholastic Contest, All Western Conference Football, All West Big Ten Football ANITA KROHN
All-School Musical, Y-Teen Orpheum, Student Council, Student Council Secretary, Pep Club, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, German Club, Girls State, Scholastic Contest
Now is not the End it is not even the Beginning of the End But it is perhaps.
The end of the Beginning
All-School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Treasurer, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, German Club DEBRA LEE
Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Pep Club, County Government, German Club, Scholastic Contest JERRY LEISTRITZ FFA, FFA Vice-President
Spanish Club, FFA. , Football, Key Club,
DARREL D. LEISY
Choir, Chamber Singers, All School
Musical, Library Assistant, Football,
Key Club, Key Club Treasurer VICKI LEWIS
Choir, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club
2T. J. McANDREW
Choir, Chamber Singers, Double Quartet, Junior Class Play, All School Musical,
D. E. C. A. , Spanish Club, Mixed Ensemble
GENEVA: Girls Glee, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, All School Musical, One Act Play, Newspaper, Pep Club, G.Y.C., G. A. A., Girl’s Track, Volleyball JERRY McCRACKEN
FFA, Wrestling, Rodeo Club, Rodeo Class President
Choir, Girls Glee, All School Musical,
Y-Teen, Pep Club, Spanish Club, FHA,
FHA Public Relations Officer, Library
Choir, Girls Glee, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Orpheum, Spud, FHA
Choir, Chamber Singers, Mixed Ensemble, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, All School Musical, Pep Club, Vocal Quartet, Madrigals CHERYL MOORES
Choir, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, All School Musical, Pep Club STEVE MRACEK
All-School Musical, Orpheum, Spanish Club, A-Club
Choir, Pep Club, D. E. C. A. , FHA DEBBIE NASON
Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Library Asst. , Scholastic Contest, Elks Scholarship, Woman's Club Scholarship Alternate MARYANN NOVICKI
Choir, Mixed Ensemble, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, German Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, German Club, Girl's Track, All-State Clinic, Hastings Honor Band, Band Officer, Y-Teen President, Pep Club Chantleader, Scholastic Contest NORMAN ODELL FFA, FFA Treasurer CASH OSTRANDER Choir, FFA, FFA President, Boys State Alternate, Track, Scholastic Contest, President Key Club, FFA Speech Contest
FFA, Basketball Student Manager REX PERRIN
Choir, Track, Wrestling, Football LANA PETERSON
Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Varsity and Reserve Cheerleader, Student Council, Pep Club, German Club, Track, Volleyball, Scholastic Contest
National Honor Society, Junior Class Secretary, Scholastic Contest CAROL PELTZ
Band, Pep Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Homecoming Queen, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader, Student Council, Student Council Treasurer, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Music Contest, Prom Queen
STUART POTMESIL FFA, Rodeo Club
DENNIS POWELL FFA
KENNY PREISS NANCY PRELLE
Choir, German Club, Library AssistantRICK PRETTYMAN FFA, Choir GARY RASK
Choir, Chamber Singer, All School Musical, D. E. C. A. , Football, A-Club, Weightlifting, Wrestling CLINT SCHAFER
Choir, Chamber Singer, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Orpheum, County Government, Boy's Track, Band President, A-Club, Key Club
Y-Teen, Pep Club, D. E. C. A. ,
D. E. C. A Public Relations Officer, Spanish Club, Library Asst.
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play,
Orhpeum, Thespians, One Act Play,
Annual, Pep Club, Speech Contest,
Choir, Chamber Singers, Double Quartet, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Golf, Basketball, Football, German Club, A-Club, Choir Vice-President, Mixed Ensemble, Senior Treasurer
MIKE SHANNON ELLARAE SHAW Y-Teen, Pep Club DOROTHY SHIRES Y-Teen, Annual, Annual Business Manager, Spud, Spud Advertising Manager, Pep Club, Pep Club Treasurer, County Government, Quill G Scroll, FHA, FHA President, Elks Scholarship, Alliance Business G Professional Woman's Scholarship, Jaycee Jills Outstanding Teen Citizenship, Scholastic Contest, Legion Scholarship
BILL SHORES PENNY SHREWSBURY NANCY SIMPSON FHA, FHA Secretary
105DELMAR SMITH Choir, D. E. C. A.
Band, Band Officer, Pep Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, All State Band, Hastings Honor Band, District Music Contest, Scholastic Contest BEV SOLVERG
Choir, Chamber Singers, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, German Band, Orchestra, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, Volleyball, District Music Contest
HAE JA SONG
Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Exchange Student from Korea, Pep Club PEGGY SPENCER
All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Orpheum, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club, German Club, German Club Treasurer DWAIN SULZBACH FFA, FFA Secretary, County Government, Key Club
Orchestra, All School Musical
Choir, Spud, D. E. C. A. , D. E. C. A.
Secretary, Girl's Track, Rodeo Club,
Rodeo Club Secretary
Rodeo Club, D. E. C. A. , FFA, Boy's Track, Basketball, Weightlifting
FHA, FHA Vice-President, Rodeo Club, Scholastic Contest, Rodeo Club, Secretary-Treasurer CHERYL THOMPSON Choir, All-School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, German, Scholastic Contest CHRIS THOMPSON
Pep Club, Boyfriend Attendant, Track, Golf, Football, Basketball, A-Club
Choir, Girls Glee, All School Musical, Pep Club, D. E. C. A.
Band, Orchestra, Y-Teen, Orpheum, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club, German Club LINDA TURMAN
Choir, Chamber Singers, Pep Club
TRACY TURMAN Football, Wrestling, A-Club MIKE VALLEJO
Band, Pep Band, Orpheum, Spanish Club, Spanish Club President, Boy's Track, Football, Western Conference and West Big Ten Honorable Mention, Basketball, Weightlifting, A-Club DAVE VOGEL
Orpheum, County Government, National Honor Society, Senior Class President, Basketball, Scholastic Contest
’’Being a Senior is like climbing the last of the twelve steps, only to be confronted by a numerous amount of doors-doors that unlock the future. " Dick Brown
Student Council, County Government, VICA
Senior Class Play, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Annual, Annual Co-Editor, Pep Club, District Speech Contest, Quill and Scroll, Junior Class President, Y-Teen Vice-President TIM WACKER
Band, Pep Band, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, County Government, Track, Wrestling
Basketball, Honorable Mention Western Conference, A-Club PEGGY WALKER Rodeo Club
FLOYD WAR BONNETT
Choir, Chamber Singers, Band, All School Musical, Scholastic Contest JEANETTE WATKINS Choir, Chamber Singers, Triple Trio, Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, All School Musical, Y-Teen, Y-Teen Cabinet, Y-Teen Orpheum, Pep Club, County Government, Y-Teen Secretary, Scholastic Contest
National Honor Society, Boy's State, Cross Country, Weightlifting, A-Club, Scholastic Contest, Track
Junior Class Play, Student Director, One Act Play, Spud, Speech Contest, Quill and Scroll, Golf, A-Club, A-Club President
Millard: Choir, Student Council, Annual,
AHS: Y-Teen, Pep Club
Choir, Girls Glee, Y-Teen Orpehum,
One Act Play, Thespians, Pep Club, All School Musical
Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, Boy's Track, Orpheum, County Government, Cross Country ROSS WILLS
Choir, Orchestra, All School Musical, D. E. C. A. , Key Club PAUL YATES Rodeo Club
Junior Class Play, One Act Play, A-Club, Boy's Track, Football, Basketball LINDA ZILUNGER
Y-Teen, Spud, Pep Club, 1st in five state art show
Elks Winners: Dorothy Shires and Tim Borg.
Senior Sponsors: Mr. Jim McDermott
Honor Society: Back Row-Jack Watson, Tim Borg, Dave Vogel, and Debbie Curtiss. Front Row-Brenda Garrett, Anita Krohn, and Jean Curtiss.
110Quill G Scroll: Back Row-Wait Metz, Rick Adams, Mark Watson, Jon Wacker. Front Row-Julie Bignell, Dorothy Shires, Cheri Vorovka, and Debbie Griffis I
OUT...FOR LIFEFlower: Red Rose
Colors: Royal Blue and Powder Blue
Motto: "If a man cannot keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer; let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away. "
114Senior Class President, Dave Vogel, hands down the traditional cap and gown to Junior Class President, Jack Girard.
This transaction symbolizes the responsibility of leadership given to the future senior class of 1974.
116there be anyvk
118Being a senior is more than I can ever say. It is the end of twelve long, hard years, but it is much more than that. It is seeing your future begin to take form. It is companionship, building memories that will last a lifetime. It is a time for reflection, confusion, and perhaps uncertainity. The thought that I will never again be a student in these halls is reality. It means the end of friendships, and saying goodbye to those that I knew so well. The only life I knew is over, and I must learn to reach out in an entirely different way. It's sad to think that no more happy times will be spent in these halls. My high school days have ended, because I am a senior. But more than just being the end of high school, with graduation, I can reach out for the beginning of the rest of my life.
Dorothy ShiresFOR SUPPORT
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Congratulations to the Class of '73!RON GUNIA GOLF SHOP
ALLIANCE STANDARD SERVICE
3rd and Mississippi Alliance, Nebraska 762-4065
Marc Snow................First Officer
Cecil Smith...............Chief Pilot
Dona Christoffeison. . . . Station Agent Linda Holmes . . . . . .Bookkeeper
ALLIANCE CHAPTER ORDER OF DeMOLAY
Number ONE Chapter in the State
Best Wishes Graduating Class of ’73
Betty and Lyle Hare
ALLIANCE NATIONAL BANK
PANHANDLE RURAL ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION
319 Black Hills Dial 308-762-1311 Alliance, Nebraska
PROVIDING ELECTRIC SERVICE IN THE FOLLOWS COUNTIES:
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Official Motor Vehicle Inspection Station
24 hour prescription service
"A complete service of the sick"
914 10th Alliance
Congratulations Class of '73CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE CLASS
COMPLIMENTS OF WORLEY’S STUDIO
FOR THE FINEST IN QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHYELECTRIC HOSE AND RUBBER COMPANY
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ’73
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WEGNER’S CHEVROLET 144 JOHNSON PELTZ INC.THE ANNUAL STAFF WOULD LIKE TO THANK DOUG THOMAS FOR HIS PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC HELP, HIS DEDICATION, AND HIS CONSTANT FRIENDSHIP.
Abbott, Helen 88,41 Ackerman, Diana 96 Ackerman, Kathy 82 Ackerman, William 96 Adams, Rick 88,64,62,56, 111 Adamson, Leonard Adamson, Marlene 88 Adamson, Ricky 96 Akert, J. R. 82,37,40,41 Albright, Marilyn 88 Allen, Sherry 88 Alvarado, Patty 82,12,40 Alves dos Santos, Ana Maria 43,96 Andrick, Marjorie 88,52 Ashley, Scott 82, 74 Balderson, James 82, 37 Baugh, Randy 96,40,41 Becker, Debi 82 Becker, John 96 Becker, Stephanie 82,87,12 Behm, Janet 96,40 Bchm, Violet 96 Bennett, Mark 88,36 Best, Randy 96 Best, Ron 62,6,97 Bignell, Julie 55,52,96,97,111,41 Bignell, Mindi 88 Bixby, Shannon Blumenthal, Robert 97 Bolek, Rick Bolek, Vickie Bolinger, Terry 37,76 Bordeaux, Leonard Borg, Tim 62,6,7,97,13,110,111, 69,78,117
Bowhay, Scott 88, 36,44,38 Bowman, Mark 36,97 Brandt, Jim 88,66,4,74,76 Bright, Allen Bright, Bill 62,97 Brown, Dan 62,13,74 Brown, Dick 97,43,114, 39 Brown, Larry 97 Brown, Mike Brungard, Diane 82 Burton, Rhonda Burton, James Callan, Randy 88 Camden, Vicki Campbell, Sharon 88 Carpenter, Debbie 89 Carr, Susan 89 Carter, Bruce 97 Carter, Mark 82,66, 76 Chadwick, Debbie 6,36,97,4,44, 45,38
Chadwick, Tony 82,66,37, 38,76
Chinnock, Mary 36,52,97,44
Chipperfield, Ray 97
Cole, Elizabeth 86
Cole, Mabel 82,41
Cole, Mary 82
Coleman, William 82
Collins, Lynelle 88,87,40, 75
Collins, Sharon 98
Colwell, Mary Lou 82,41
Corbett, Dave 98
Cotes, Dan 89
Cotes, Debbie 82
Crouse, Robert 82
Culwell, Michele 98
Cummings, Cindy 82
Cunningham, Jim 98
Curtiss, Debbie 37,98,110,44,38
Curtiss, Jean 52, 37,98, 111 ,44
Curtiss, Terry 82,37,38,66,76
Dafney, Judy 82,41,75
DeBusk, Jon 82
DeFord, Debbie 82,40
Deisch, Ken 82
Dempsey, Karen 82
DeWitt, Christine 82 Dickinson, Marvin 55,98 Dietrich, Dan 98,4,9 Dietrich, John 83 Dietrich, Tami 88,83,41 Dill, Cyndia 54,98,41 Ditsch, Peter 98 Dobry, Marcella 88,83 Dodge, Cheryl Doremus, Pamela Drabbels, Kay 7,52, 37,98,40,44, 38,42
Drumheller, Mina 89,68 Duran, John Dye, Chester 83 Dykes, Lynn 98 Elliot, Susan 99 Embree, Dave Embree, Guy 100 Emerson, Sherri 36,40 Engel, Steve 83,62 Engelhaupt, Steve 62,47,99,10 Essay, Dave 64,62 Ettle, June 89,46,39 Faber, Barbara 83,36 Faber, Marvin 83, 74 Faber, Melvin 83 Failor, Jayne 83 Ferguson, Kim 83,58 Fester, Dennis 99 Fester, Jack 87 Finch, Rhonda 83 Finch, Scott 89,66 Finkey, Russell 89,36 Fitzgerald, Mike 83 Fitzgerald, Sherri 83 Fletcher, Tom Flint, Glen Flood, Steve Flores, Carmen 83 Flotz, John 99 Fonder, Dave 99 Fortune, Jaylene 89,52,68 Foster, Doug Fowler, Leo 99,39 Francis, Rob 99 Fritzler, Kathy 99 Fritzler, Kent 83 Frohman, Larry 99 Frohman, Ramona 89,53 Fulliton, Collen 99 Fulton, Ed 99 Furley, Gina 89,4,79 Furman, Dave 99 Furman, Ryan Furrow, Randy 89 Galyn, Jodi 83,40 Gardiner, Carol Gardner, Wyatt 89 Gamer, Debbie 100 Garrett, Brenda 7,47,37,100,110, 38
Garwood, Tim 89, 37,66,76 Gearhart, Timothy 83, 37,38 Gerdau, Detlef 83 Gilliam, Earl 83
Girard, Jack 86,89,66,9,69,115, 74
Goff, Allen 89,64,62,4,76 Gonzales, Francis 100 Gonzales, Linda 89 Grant, Robert 83,76 Grant, Sally 89 Green, Brad 83,62 Green, Debbie 83,37 Green, James Green, Julie 83 Green, Lynette 83,37 Green, Patricia 89,40 Griffis, Debbie 6,100,111,57,79, 117
Griffis, Pati 83, 36 Grothen, Bruce 83 Grubbs, Travis 39 Grubbs, Valerie 83,100,41
Guernsey, Rick 62,100 Hain, Debbie 89, 36,94,40, 39 Hall, Cherie 37 Hammond, Doug Hammond, Rayleen 100,39 Hand, Kyle 89,62,69,76 Harris, Dean 100 Hartwig, Sherri 100, 79 Hashman, Barb 100 Hashman, Doug 83 Hashman, Phyllis 100 Haslow, Carla 83,36,86,68,75 Haswell, Steve 87 Heath, Heather 90,94,12,79 Henderson, Lari 83 Herman, Robbie 90,62 Hernandez, Linda 100 Hernandez, Mike Hielscher, Ray 90 Holmes, Jerry 83 Holub, Judy 83 Homrighausen, Geneice 83 Hood, Cheri 90 Hood, Patricia 101 Hooper, Nancy 83,12 Hoppens, Brad 83,66 Hostetler, Gail Hostetler, Rick 83 Howard, Horace 101 Iossi, Robyn 90,95,94,4 Irish, Craig 90 Iron Rope, Edwin 84 Jacobs, Vickie 90,41 Jensen, Charles 90 Jensen, Alan Jensen, Kathryn 93 Jensen, Randy 90,40 Jensen, Robert 83 Jensen, Wayne 90,53,62, 76 Jesse, Rick 83,41 Jinks, Sherri 36,52,10,1,101 Johnson, Debra 101 Johnson, Diana 88 Johnson, Douglas Johnson, Jane 90,35,52,94 Johnson, Jerry 83,64,86,76 Johnson, Lerick Johnson, Linda 90 Johnson, Lisa 90 Johnson, Michael 101 Johnson, Ted 101 Johnston, Jim 83,66,41,76 Johnston, Rita 101 Jones, Harold 83,64,62 Jones, Martin 46,101,39 Jones, Ronald 62, 72,101,74 Jordan, Brad Jordan, Robert 83 Juzenas, Pat Kemper, Bill 66 Kinser, Diana Kirchoff, Kenny 101,114 Kirchner, Robert 90,66,4,5 Kirchner, Sandy 88,90,93,94,37, 44,45
Kirkpatrick, Lynne 83,57 Kooper, John 90,62 Koozer, Deb
Kosmicki, Kim 83,36,68,12, 75 Krebs, Randy 76
Krejci, Daryl 62,56,6, 7,101,114 Krohn, Anita 110,111,101 Kruger, Leta Rae Kulas, Arlene 83 Kulas, Carol 90,57 Langmacher, Vicki 86,90,52,44, 41
Langner, Ellen 90 Lawrenz, Mike 41 Lawson, Chris 52,102 Lawson, Kathy 90,52 Lee, Debra 64,36,52,111,102 Lee, Dennis 83,62, 74 Leistritz, Gerald 102 Leistritz, Lisa 83
Leisy, Bruce 102,74
Leisy, Darrel 40,102
Leisy, Delbert 90,62
Leisy, Louis 84
Lewis, Mary 81,36,68
Lewis, Patti 84
Lewis, Vicki 102
Liakos, Georgia 84
Libsack, Lorrie 90
Long acre, Irene
Longacre, Sarah 84
Mandelberg, Larry 84
Marlatt, Jill 91,12,40,41,75
Marlatt, Nancy 84
Me Andrew, Kevin 84
Me Andrew, T. J. 40,103, 41
Me Coy, Karen 103
Me Cracken, Jerrv 103
Me Donald, Bill 84,75
Me Donald, Jerry
Me Donald, Jim 55,58,103
Me Donald, Mike 91,37
Me Donald, Pat 84,41
Me Laughlin, Jerre 103
Meade, Janelle 84
Merrihew, Jeral 103
Merrihew, Jolene 84,37
Meter, Roxi 84,36,46,40
Metz, Walt 91, 111, 57
Miller, Lucinda 84
Miller, Marcia 40,42,103,41
Mink, Debra 91
Minnick, Jayne 91,12,41,39
Monroe, Bill 91
Monroe, Margaret 84,40
Moores, Cheryl 37, 38,103,41 Morgan, Phyllis Morgan, Rusty Morgan, Susan 91,57, 39 Moscrip, Max Moss, Jack 66, 74 Moss, Jill 91,52 Mracek, Steve 4,103 Mullanix, Jess 91 Mundt, Vivian 103 Munger, Mark Nagaki, Linda 84 Nason, Debbie 52,103 Nason, Sandi 91 Nicholson, Gary Nickens, Dan
Nielsen, Dave 64,84,62,76 Nielsen, Linda 91,40,42,41 Norick, Maryann 103 Odell, Christal 84,40 Odell, Norman 55,104 Ogle, Rhonda 91,37 Olson, Dan 64,84,62, 37, 38 Olson, Debbie 36,52,40,38,42,
Olson, Kris 84, 36,46 Ostrander, Cash 55,47,104,76 Ostrander, Myrtle 91 Palmer, Ron 104 Paulsen, Cathy 91,95,12,41 Payne, William 84 Pcltz, Carol 6,37,118,4,104, 79 Peltz, Jeff
Percival, Ned 64,84
Perrin, Rex 104
Petersen, Julie 84,68,37,75
Petersen, Kerry 91,95
Peterson, Lana 36,12,104, 78, 7 75
Phillip, Jim 104,114
Plank, Brian 64,84,62, 74, 76
Poor Bear, Eugene
Potmesil, Stuart 104
Powell, Dennis 55,104
Preiss, Kenny 104
Prelle, Art 91,64,62
Prelie, Nancey 104
Prettyman, Rick 105
Rachetts, Merry 57
Rask, Cary 62,40,105,74
Reed, Kim 91,37,12,79
Retke, Connie 84
Ringleman, Steve 91
Roebuck, Donna 84
Roebuck, Gloria 40
Rogers, Roy 84,62, 74, 76
Rose, Doris 91
Ross, Yvonne 91
Rubeck, Anne 91,53
Rust, Julie 84,75
Sanchez, Rodney 84
Sanchez, Victor 91
Schadwinkel, Sally 91,36,68, 75
Schafer, Clint 36,47,4,40,44,38,
Schefcik, Marty 84 Schnell, Debbie 53,105 Schnell, Paul 84 Schoeneman, Lori 91 Schoeneman, Stan 92,62, 76 Schrimpf, Kathy 49,105,39 Schwindt, Dave 92 Scott, Denise 92,40,57 Seebohm, Mark 64,84,62,40, 38,
Seebohm, Scott 37,96,44, 38,42,
105,41 Seidler, Deb 84 Seidler, Susan 84 Seri, Linda 92 Shannon, Don Shannon, Mike 105 Shaw, Ellarae 105 Sherlock, Pat 84
Shires, Dorothy 56,7,49,13,110,
111.57.105 Shoop, Marvin Shores, Bill 105 Shrewsbury, Jay 64,84,62,58 Shrewsbury, Penny 105 Shrewsbury, Pepper 92, 37 Simpson, Geri 84 Simpson, Joe 74
Simpson, Nancy 54,105
Smith, Ann 68
Smith, Cathey 84,36,40
Smith, Delmar 106
Smith, Diane 36,47,52,44,38,106
Smith, Nancy 84,40
Smith, Rhonda 92,94,37,12,79,75
Solberg, Bev 47, 37,40, 38,106 Song, Jae Ha 13,106 Spencer, Ladonna 84,36 Spencer, Marla 92,46,43,12,40 Spencer, Peggy 106,79 Spencer, Richard 92 Stanton, Art Stone, Elaine Stone, Steve Stravopoulos, Paul 92,74 Sulzbach, Donna 84, 75 Sulzbach, Dwain 55,106 Summers, Steve 92, 76 Taylor, Barbara 106 Taylor, Carolyn 53, 57,106 Taylor, Gary 106 Taylor, Phyllis 54,58,106 Thayer, Connie 92
Thies, Dallas 84 Thompson, Chris 7,9,106 Thompson, Mark 64,84,62 Thompson, Vance 43 Thomsen, Karen Thome, Cindy 84 Thome, Dianne 107,41 Timbers, Susie 36,107,12, 79 Todd, Gretchen 92,37, 38 Todd, Judy 84 Tolstedt, Gina 92 Turechek, Jean 92,64, 36,52,8, 38,41, 75 Turechek, Randy 84,62,74 Turman, Linda 107 Turman, Tracy 107 Tyler, Brad 84 Tyler, Tim 62 Tyndall, Bobbi 84 Tyndall, Jim 92 Underwood, Rodney 92,55,58 Ushio, Tom 92,64,62, 37, 72,74 Vallejo, Mike 62,107 Vejraska, Scott 64,62, 37 Vogel, Darrel 92,107 Vogel, Dave 47,96,110,114,115 Vogel, Keith Vogel, Sandy 92,53,57 Vogel, Steve 108 Vogel, Vicki 92 Von Tour, Mick 58 Voss, Mike 41
Vorovka, Cheri 56,52,108,11, 111, 116
Wacker, Jon 92,46,37,40, 111, 38, 42
Wacker, Tim 108 Wagner, Tom 92 Walker, Dan 108 Walker, Peggy 58,108 Walker, Vickie Wall, Randy War Bonnett, Floyd 108 Ward, Joyce 92 Ward, Ronald 108,40 Watkins, Jeanette 36,52,108,40, 38,41 Watson, Bruce 62 Watson, Jack 66,108,110, 76 Watson, Mark 108,111,56,39 Way, John 64,62,76 Weber, Jeff Weber, Jim 92, 72 Wegcnast, Steve Wegenast, Tim Wegner, Dave 62 Wegner, Kathy 47,108,4 Weimer, Kim 36,40 Weisgerber, Robyn 108 Weisgerber, Terri 93,64,62 Wemke, Bill 36,47,109,38 West, Linda 93,40 West, Marcia 36,46, 44,38,45 White Crane, Wilma Wickham, Rick 93,62 Wickham, Robin 37 Wilcox, Jim 64,62,74 Wilkinson, Kevin 82,62, 37, 76 Williams, Brad 93 Wills, Ross 109 Wilson, Janie 93,95 Wilson, Jean 36 Wood, Lyle 63 Woods, Craig 93 Worley, Kathy 93 Worth, Doug Worth, Jeff Yates, Paul 109 Yates, Paula 68, 75 Yekel, Steve 109 Young, Terry Zillinger, Linda 109 Zimmerman, Roy Zum, David Zum, Donna 75
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