Alliance High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Alliance, NE)

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Zime goes by so quickly-Jt seems only yesterday we began, before we go on to tomorrow, far a moment we are “Molding on to yesterday. ” Zhe 1976 Bulldog Alliance, Nebraska Volume XXJJJ School jCife p. 2 Zhe Arts p. 16 Zhe Academics p. 30 Zhe Sports p. 40 Zhe Organizations p. 62 Zhe Seniors p. 80 Zhe Underclassmen p. 98 Zhe faculty p. 118 Zhe Closing p. 126 Zhe Advertisements p. 130 Zhe Jndex p. 158Me strong within yourself Me happy with your fellowman Me a dreamer and desire great things of yourself Me not discouraged when you fall Mut most of all— Me! Qreg Pieper3Homecoming ’75 6Pep Club Formal Royalty, left to right: Helen Snyder, treasurer; dant; Dee Ann Duryea, secretary; Kathy Saylor, vice president, John Craig Schadwinkcl, attendant; Shirley Johnson, yell leader; Santa Nickens, attendant. Claus; Pam Hain, president; Bob Woods, Boyfriend; Doug Reeh, atten- 7A n invaluable part of school life is participation in organizations. Zhe memories, the good times shared, and friends made are captured here. Zho ugh time changes faces and erases names, in the yearbook, time is arrested; the clock is stopped, and we can hold on to yesterday.9J celebrate all life With my hands With my voice With my whole self J would share with you my celebration Of the love and happiness And of the pain and sorrow Jor these too J Know Olista Prelle 1011 13During High School We.. . . . . laugh . . . . . . eat . . . . . . worry MZhe A rts“Sast is East and West is West and ft e’er The A.H.S. Art Department, under the direction of Mr. Lawrence Mannlein, made great strides this year in creating an atmosphere for creative achievement. One of the major accomplishments was the move from South High to the Voc. lid. building. This change of location provides larger working and storage areas. Two new kilns (pottery and raku) and a glaze closet gave students a broader range to work in with different pottery methods. Other media included in the total art program were acrylic and watercolor painting, woodblock printing, papier mache, macrame drawing (pencil and ink), mural painting, mobiles, and sculpture. This year for the first time the charter was drawn up and A.H.S. Art Club was formed. The club organized a two week show in the high school library and was instrumental in setting up the all school spring show in May. A two day Art Club field trip to Denver included a visit to the Denver Art Museum, dinner at the Casa Bonita restaurant, and a Laserium show. Officers of the Club are Vicki Odell, President; Jan Spencer, Vice-President; Colleen Tittle, Treasurer; and Clista Prelle, Scrapbook Editor. Woodblock prim by Jeff Meade. II Acrylic painting by Colleen Tittel. Acrylic painting by Vivian DeWitt. 1(the Zwain Shall Meet” ...Swept in Art A watercolor painting by Jan Spencer. A combination pot by Clista Prellc. Batik, a dye process using wax resist, was a class project. Playboy of Zhe Western World November 21 and 22, the Junior Class presented PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, an Irish play written by John Millington Synge. The play was a huge success drawing over two hundred people each night. The setting was a public house or “Shebeen” near the coast in Ireland. The play tells the story of an Irish lad that struck down his father and left him for dead. He meets a beautiful girl at the Shebeen and falls in love. Near the end his father finds him and they leave together. Mike Paulsen as Christy Mahon practices with Deb Smith, Kurt Butzine, Michael Prclle. and Renee Jinks. June Pokorski applies makeup to Howard McCall. V Left to Right: Kerry Lewis as Pcgecn Mike, Howard McCall as Michael James Flaherty, Renee Jinks as Honor Blake, Tracy Kistler as Philly Cullen, Michael Prclle and Kurt Butzine as Peasants, Jim Lewis as Jimmy Farrell, and Mike Paulsen as Christy Mahon. Leads Mike Paulsen and Kerry Lewis embrace. 20One Jet Qoes to State The 1976 One Act Play was “The Unknown Soldier,” a war-protest play set during the Civil War. The cast, Amy Youngman as Jesse, Howard McCall as Lucas, Clista Prelie as Edna, Renee Jinks as Cora, Michael Prelie as Bert, Jeff Meade as Corporal, assisted by student director Mike Paulsen, received two Superior (1) ratings at district contest in Scottsbluff placing first. At state contest in Kearney they received two superior (1) ratings. Full cast of “The Unknown Soldier” rehearsing the final moving scene. Jeff Meade and Clista Prelie dur- The tension builds as Lucas lights the candles, symbolic of the Corpo- ing a more gentle scene. ral’s death. Renee Jinks models authentic costume. “Zkis Property is Condemned” Tennesee Williams’ plays deal with the effects of loneliness on individuals, very often women. Ih “This Property is Condemned” the problem is even more tragic in that the victim is a twelve-year old girl. Clista Prelle plays the part of Willie, the little girl who lives alone in her condemned house after her family have all either abondoned her or died. She meets Tom, played by Mike Paulsen, while walking the railroad tracks and tells him about her life, mixed with the fantasies she uses to survive. Duet Acting received a Superior Rating at the District Speech Contest, tying for second, and continued to the State Contest in Kearney. 21“Marigolds” Dedicated to Mr. Bernard Becker The Thespian Play for the 1975-76, “The Lffect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds”, was dedicated to Mr. Bernard Becker. This Pullitzer Prize winning play contains moments of intense pain, sadness, and loneliness, but is essentially hopeful in that it shows that hope and love can grow from the most desperate conditions. Beatrice Hunsdorfer (Kathy Saylor) is a woman with two daughters, Tillie (Amy Youngman) and Ruth (Jane Green), who has never been loved and basically hates everyone particularly herself. Tillie has found place and meaning for herself through her science work. Ruth has been driven insane by her mother. Nancy (Renee Jinks) is the Hunsdorfer’s latest elderly ward. Mary Hoffman plays Janice Vickerery, Tillie’s competition in the school science fair. Production assistance was given by June Pokorski and Vickie Nansel, spot light; Michael Prelle and Mike Paulsen stage lights; Keith Gardiner and Jim Lewis, sound; Dee Dee Petersen, costuming; and A.H.S. theatre class, sets. Director was Don Clarke. 22Speech Students Z Zop Morns. Renee Jinks rehearses Prose Interpretation. Vickie Nansel recites her speech. Kathy Saylor presents “Oatmeal, the Backbone of America” Sally Flint demonstrates Origami, the art of folding paper. District Speech Contest held many interesting moments for A.H.S. students. Event topics ranged from oatmeal and rocks to freedom of the press and insanity. Those attending were Becki Panwitz and Renee Jinks, Oral Interpretation of Prose; Kathy Saylor and Keith Gardner, After Dinner Speaking; Deb Smith and Lee Ann Fiebig, Original Public Address; Clista Prclle and Amy Youngman, Oral Interpretation of Poetry; Sally Flint and Vickie Nansel, Informative Public Address; Clista Prelie and Mike Paulsen, Duet Acting; Tim Kollars, Kathy Saylor, Mike Paulsen, and Howard McCall, Drama Reading. Renee Jinks, Sally Flint, Clista Prelie, Mike Paulsen, Vickie Nansel, and the Drama Reading Participants rated Superior and went on to the State Speech Contest. 23Pictured are. Fourth Row: Mary Hoffmann, Tacy Simpson, Carmen Knaub, Mary Weber, Sue Schadwinkel, Jennifer Wright, Nancy Hiels-cher, Steve Ashley, Jim Todd, Scott Edwards, Bruce Faber, David Curtiss, Bob Woods, Glen Fiebig, Becki Brandt, Greg Boness, Dianne Ettle, Breck Chipperfield, Jim Olson, Jane Green. Third Row: Mona Peterson, Shari Simpson, Gretchen Goaley, Kim Willey, Lori Studt, Angie Panwitz, Lorie Johnson, Mark Vejraska, Paul Phillip, Pam Rohrbouck, Ron Ewing, John Krammer, Tim Olson, Dawn Pebley, Craig Schadwinkel, Kathy Williams, Teresa Keene, Howard McCall. Mr. Tom Bibbey at The Alliance High School Marching Band during their last halftime performance, the Winter Concert. 24I Second Row: Paula Belden, Laura Kuncl, Nancy Adams, Lynn Marie Swesey, Lee Ann Fiebig, Beth Irish, Willow Krause, Deb Hatch, Tomilayne McAndrew, Desirae Lawrence, Nancy Langner, Pam Hain, Nancy Willey, Grace Flores, Kent Colwell. First Row: Paula Ashley, Cheryl Essex, Carolyn Burton, Deb Nansel, Kelly Johnson, Marci McLean, Vickie Nansel, Cindy Rask, Becki Wickham, Cheri Schaf-fert, Mary Green, Gaylenc Lundy, Delynn Clark. Not pictured: David Lawrence. Stage Band Director Nancy Hielscher. Members of the Stage Band are: Mark Vcjraska, Paul Phillip, John Krammer.Tim Olson, Jim Todd, Delina Prelle, Paula Belden, Dawn Pebley, Craig Schadwinkel, Kathy Williams, Teresa Keene, Breck Chipperfield, Jim Olson, Jane Green, Mary Hoffmann. “One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, LINE!” The Marching Band participated in many activities this year including the County Fair Parade in Hemingford, the Bi-centennial Parade in Alliance, and the Chadron State College Homecoming Band Day, where they earned a Superior rating. They also performed halftime shows during all of the home football games, and played before the games for the entertainment of the audience. The Concert Band gave three public concerts and performed at the District Music Contest. Band officers for the 1975-76 school year are: President, Bob Woods; Vice President, Jim Todd; Secretary, Desirae Lawrence, Treasurer, Kathy Williams; and Librarians, Nancy Langner and Jane Green. Zhe Alliance Migh School Band V 25Sggnog, whiskey, bourbon, rye . . . We’re the band of Alliance High. Majorettes for the IS—16 school year are: Sophomore Deb Nansel, Junior Vickie Nansel, and head majorette Nancy Adams. Pep Band gives encouragement and enjoyment before home basketball games and wrestling matches. The band also plays at halftime and accompanies the drill team whenever they perform. Student director of the Pep Band is Nancy Adams. Jim Todd played the trap set for the Pep Band. 26Outstanding Artists Are: Clista Prelle, Jan Spencer, and Cindy Colson. Paula Belden, winner of the John Philip Sousa Award, and Kathy Saylor, winner of the National Choral Award. Thespian Trophy Winners Arc: Mike Paulsen, Outstanding Thespian, Amy Youngman, Best Actress for “The Unknown Soldier," Jeff Meade. Best Supporting Actor for PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, Kathy Saylor, Best Actress for “Marigolds.” and Jane Green, Best Supporting Actress for “Marigolds." Not pictured: Howard McCall, Best Actor for “The Unknown Soldier." Mr. Bibbey and Mrs. Dowling at the Music Appreciation Dinner. Several fine arts students were recognized on May 18 at the Honors and Awards Convocation. In music, Mr. Bibbey awarded the John Philip Sousa Award to the most representative senior bandsman. Mrs. Dowling presented the National Choral Award to a senior who has been outstanding in choir and Jane Green, Mary Hoffmann, and Kathy Williams received the Who’s Who Among Music Students Awards. Art honors were awarded by Mr. Mannlein to one sophomore,junior, and senior for quantity and quality work exhibited this year. Drama coach Don Clarke presented Best Supporting Actor and Actress trophies, Best Actor and Actress trophies, and Outstanding Thespian for roles in school productions. Amy Youngman was recognized for her Best Actress Award from the District One Act contest in Scottsbluff. At a special recognition dinner given by the Music Parents on April 22, music contest rating sheets were presented and the seniors honored. On Tuesday evening. May 18, the Fine Arts Department held an open house where students art work was displayed and sold. The band, stage band, choir, and swing choir each performed and a one act play, “This Property is Condemned” was presented. 27Pictured are: Becki Panwitz, Mary Weber, Shirley Johnson, Lori Underwood, Sonja Thomsen, Kent Colwell, Howard McCall, Greg Boness, Don Tschacher, Warren Crawford Mike McLaughlin, Mary Hoffmann, Jane Green, Deb Smith, Ann Lewis, Mona Peterson, Sue Ackerman, Sue McKinney, Laurie Kulas, Dianne Nielsen, Pam Hain, Cindy Green, Amy Youngman, Carolyn Burton, Jan Wilson, Renee Jinks, Tammy Jantz, Robyn Garrett, Mike Paulsen, Greg Fritzler, Bob Woods, Jim Guilliatt, Eddie Johnson, Jim O’Leary, Sherrie Roebuck, Theodora Liakos, A- M. S. Choir Sing along with Mrs. Dowling. Choir officers are: Becki Panwitz, President; Howard McCall, Vice President; Kathy Williams, Secretary-Treasurer; and Carolyn Burton and Robyn Garrett, Librarians. Swing Choir members are: Greg Fritzler, Howard McCall, Breck Chipperfield, Jim Lamb, Becki Panwitz, Eddie Johnson, Jim Todd, Mary Hoffmann, Sue Schadwinkel, Dianne Nielsen, Kent Colwell, Shari Simpson, Jane Green, Director Mrs. Dowling, Jim Guilliatt, Mitch Lamm, Robyn Garrett, Kathy Williams, and Paula Belden. Not pictured: Tana Meter and Kathy Saylor. 28Karen Jantz, Cheryl Krejci, Deb Schoeneman, Sponsor Mrs. Dowling, Nancy Rose, Tammy Reitz, Kim Shannon, Janclle Bilstein, Kathy Coleman, Cindy Colson, Mitch Lamm, Jim Lamb, Andy Ballain, Kent Seebohm, Kim Willey, Brenda West, Roberta Palmer, Valarie Vogel, Lori Vogel, Sarah Zitterkopf, Debby Thompson, Sue Schadwinkel, Tana Meter, Lori Dalbey, Rose Snyder, Cindy Rask, Breck Chipper-field, Rick Gonzalez, Robin Lentz, Bccki Seidler, Lori Studt, Jodi Toedtli, and Deb Mundt. Dianne Nielsen and Kathy Williams were selected to represent Alliance High at Hastings College Honor Choir. Accompanying the Choir in the Christmas concert were Kathy Saylor, Kathy Williams, and Shari Simpson. During the year, the A.H.S. choir worked toward four public performances and one contest performance. The first public concert was the Christmas Concert featuring the cantata P1NKHAM. March 3, the choir joined the band to present a “Music in our Schools” presentation which was a tribute to America. The pre-contest concert in April offered a good opportunity for contest warmup. The year finished with the Pops Concert in May when the choir vocalized the popular songs of today. The A.H.S. Swing Choir found the year difficult because of the many new voices in the group. However, they overcame this obstacle very successfully, receiving a superior (1) rating at the Chadron Swing Festival in March. The group also participated in many city performances, including the Y— Teen Opheum. Both the choir and swing choir were under the new direction of Mrs. Debra Dowling. 29Zlte AcademicsEnglish And Mistory ‘Departments Jndtvidualize Programs Students will find a wide variety of course offerings to fulfill their communications requirements. Not only are the traditional courses in American, British, and world literature offered, but students may take mini courses in reading, grammar, and creative writing to aid in communications. Literature, vocabulary, and composition form the framework of the Communications Department of A.H.S. The chief goal of these courses is to help one to communicate more successfully with others and to achieve a higher level of self understanding. Miss Christensen plays her role by lecturing one of her History classes. Mr. Crowder joins an English class just for the birthday treats. History students show rapt attention to the past. k V A “Better start cracking Scott; remember you’re in English class! ” The Social Studies Department is frequently referred to as the History Department. It is much more than just a department teaching the history of man and America. This is an important part of the curriculum, as the man who refuses to learn from history is bound to commit the same mistakes as those in the past. However, students are offered a wide range of courses other than history. Sociology, Economics, Modern Problems, American Government, Culture Courses, Communist World, Civic Responsibility, and Consumer Economics are a few. This department concentrates much of its energies toward helping the student understand the society in which he lives. 32Les Nepper and Tom Fawcett take note from Ms. Leever in journalism. Deutsch, or German is headed by Mr. Polyakov, who instructs students in the language as well as about Germany's culture. In a gaily painted room at South High, students learn to communicate in Spanish. Cindy Hoffman corrects copy in journalism. We Must Cearn to Communicate to Understand Each Other. . . Gene Whitlock entertains and informs his classmates through one of many speeches in Mr. Clarke’s Sophomore speech class. 33David Curtiss making waves. Zhe Sciences Expand. . . 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 they can prepare to live in a time of rapid scientific advancement. Students may study different areas of science such as: biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy, earth, and general. Taking tests in Math tax students’ minds. Math Students Sum Up Knowledge Individualized Math lets the student work at his own speed. It introduces a repsonsibility and a new challenge for each individual. A person can work better and learn more if he can organize himself in his own way. Traditional Math is still here for students who feel that they cannot hold the responsibility or do not want a challenge in the world of Math. Willow Krause igniting dangerous chemical. Sometimes you need your nose to work Math problems. 34P.8. participants learn to cooperate as well as relax and enjoy the class. Jump high! Jump low! Keep that rope and go, go! During P.E., the girls get a chance to learn all the basic steps in tumbling. “Keep your head up and your back straight.” Hustle. . . Hustle . . . Hustle . . . your buns! Watch your step, and don’t fall off. Physical education classes are held to provide a better opportunity for students to shape themselves bodily and mentally. To condition themselves physically, boys participate in conditioning drills, flag football, soccer, basketball, badminton, softball, wrestling, tumbling, team hand ball, ping pong, bowling, archery, and weight training. A similar program has been established for the girls which includes: basketball, soccer, ping pong, badminton, volleyball, gymnastics, bowling, and various games. Physical fitness tests are given at the beginning and end of the course. 35Brad Bishop displays his techniques in welding. Tim Cover and Terry Robbins look so busy “screwing around" in Wood Working. Preparation for the future Vocational Zraining Deb Cordell, Linda Dugger, Kristal Iron The new building provides needed space for Rope arc solving business problems. The Building Trades class works vigorously to complete the concession stand before baseball season. 36with help from our Courses Vocational Courses. Mr. Vcrbeck’s class receives final instructions. Mr. Rockey explains final drafting procedures. “Women’s Libber," Sherri Jensen invades traditional men’s classes. Vocational Education offers a wide variety of courses that can aid and enhance almost every occupational field as well as provide a sound basis for certain specialized areas. A wide variety of courses are offered in Business Education including office skills such as typing, shorthand, and bookkeepping, as well as general business, and business law. Home Economics offers many courses related to every aspect of the home and family. The Trade and Industry courses give an opportunity to learn skills necessary in the building and automotive industries. Welding is a good companion course for these trades. The agriculturally related program is a four level program covering every aspect of farming and ranching. The cooperative work programs offer invaluable experience in the job world. 37J.Jt.S. Rewards Students for Newly elected National Honor Society Members are Tomilayne McAndrew, Betty Lou Ackerman, Paul Phillip, Paula Belden, Nancy Adams, Bob Hardy, Glen Liebig. Not pictured are Joni Hand, Clista Prelie, Kathy Saylor, Tom Fawcett, Kelly Johnson, Jan Spencer, Lynn Swesey, and Amy Youngman. c.s.e. Medalist Winners Vicki Odell-Art. Not Pictured David Curtiss, Economics. Tim Kollars Robert Hardy Auto Mechanics. American History. Alice Cole Adv. Shorthand, Eng. Usage. 38Meritorious Academic Achievement Student Council honors Shirley Johnson and Mitch Lyster as Scholastic Athletes for 1976. Nancy Brown, winner of the Betty Crocker Family Leader of Tomorrow Award. Jaycee Outstanding Teens Craig Schadwinkel and Kathy Williams. On Tuesday, May 18, the Annual Awards Convocation opened with a presentation by Mrs. Gene Hastings from the Alliance Jaycees for Outstanding Teens based on leadership, character, and participation in school activities. Several teachers then presented numerous awards for scholastic merit. New initiates into Quill Scroll included Allen Jines, Merlin Drumheller, Paul Watson and Roger Nason for SPUD, and Paul Phillips and Amy Youngman for BULLDOG. Outstanding SPUD awards were given to Allen Jines for state competition and to Paul Watson as Journalist of the Year. Drill Team honors went to Vicki Vogel, Captain and to Alice Cole as best “first-year member”. Student Government honored senior Scott Liggett and junior Vicki Nansel for outstanding achievement for this organization. Participating in the Class A Scholastic Contest held at Chad-ron were sixteen seniors, six juniors, and twleve sophomores. Alliance took First in Class A with five medalists and fifteen Honorable Mentions. Students honored by the Monsignor McDonald Foundation for scholastic achievement in a specific area were Sally Flint, Spanish; Alice Cole, English; Karen Langner, Math; Laura Kuncl, Biology; John Nickens, Sportsmanship, Paul Phillip, Staff; and Tim Kollars, Science. 39Zhe SportsBack row: left to right: Coach Cullen, Coach Hawk, Coach Smith. Second row: Marty Patrick, James Ackerman, Scott Edwards, Gene Whitlock, Kasey Kistler, Ronnie Iossi, Jim Schafer, Jim Olson, Kent Colwell. Third row: Rick Novotny, Todd Crowder. Alan Zobcl, Brad Tittel, Roy Kuncl, Kenny Willey, Denis Prelle, Tim Olson, Larry Nagaki, Dennis Walker. Fourth row: David McVicker, Howard McCall, Larry Snyder, Jerry Thompson, Rick Gonzalez. Tracy Kistler, Rock Edwards, Dirk Simpson, Scott Liggett. Fifth row: Craig Schadwinkel, Kenny Bordeaux, John Nickens, Bill Nagaki, Mike Abbott, Herman Ackerman, Tom Chinnock, Mitch Lyster, Paul Watson, Bob Woods. Front row: Dan Simpson, Jim Todd, Daryl Colwell, Tom Cummings, Brian Debus, Roger Nason, Paul Heimbuch, Phil Medina, Scott Diet-rich, and Mike Paulsen. OPP. 14 0 20 7 13 24 13 25 30 Varsity Scores A.H.S. 14 7 14 0 26 0 14 6 0 TEAM Scottsbluff Chadron Kimball Sidney Gordon North Platte Gering McCook KearneyJ.M.S. Reserve Sevres TEAM A.H.S. OPP. Gering 6 12 Bridgeport 21 0 Kimball 26 14 Chadron 37 6 Scottsbluff 0 13 Gordon 12 6 Sidney 20 8A.M.S. football Football coaches Janies Hawk, Pat Cullen, and George Schamber were very proud of the reserve Bulldogs this year. The Bulldogs went 5:0:2. The coaches believed that they were the best team Alliance has had in a long time. The coaches felt the team was good and still had the desire to improve. The Bulldog reserves showed great teamwork. 44Marriers Sprint for A.Ji.S. Pictured are: Coach Kyser, Melvin Lancey, Chris Toedtli, Tom Fawcett, Greg Keene, Glen Fiebig, Gary Hawley, Tom Johnson, Glenn Fillinger, Allen Jines, Kddie Johnson, John Worley, Marc Stavropoulos, Stuart Simpson, Andy Meade, Jim Johnson. A.H.S.’s Harriers season was a building one. This year’s team was composed of young, energetic boys who worked to improve their team in great strides. The Harrier’s outstanding achievements were at the Alliance Invitational, where Les Nepper captured 10th for a medal, and 7th place at the Western Conference Meet held in Alliance. Also at the Western Conference, John Worley raced to take 12th.47A.M.S. A.H.S. Spikers launched the season with grueling practices to prepare them for a tough schedule. Returning lettermen, Duryea, Johnson, Yates, Nansel, and Pokorski, gave the team experience and strength. The varsity players began the roster slowly with two losses, but after concentrated teamwork and confidence, picked up four consecutive wins. Outstanding achievement was awarded to June Pokorski and Lori Petersen, named West Conference Team. Named All Tourney Team were Terri Yates and June Pokorski. The reserves had a very impressive season ending with a record of 10-1; the only loss was to Gering. The team spirit was consistently high, laying the ground work for next year’s varsity team. 48VARSITY Pictured are: Shirley Johnson, Vicki Duryea, Vickie Nansel, June Pokorski, Lori Petersen, Desi-rae Lawrence, Dee Ann Duryea, Mary Hoffmann, Jan Spencer, Kathy Duryea, Mona Peterson, Karen Jantz, Carmen Knaub, Ann Lewis, Mary Weber. Scottsbluff lost Chadron lost Kimball won St. Agnes won Sidney won Gordon won North Platte lost Valentine lost McCook won Gering won Kearney won Alliance Invitational 2nd place District (Kimball) no place RESERVES Scottsbluff won Chadron won Kimball won St. Agnes won Sidney won Gordon won North Platte won Valentine won McCook won Gering lost Kearney won Varsity record, 9 wins, 6 losses JV’s record, 10 wins, 1 loss Junior Lori Petersen spikes a point for Alliance. Senior Terri Yates Coach Pilfold at a pep rally. 49Pictured are: Ron Iossi, Tracy Kistler, Dan Simpson, Melvin Lancey, Kasey Kistler, Bruce Faber, Andy Girard, Ken Jaggars, Brian Rockey, Marc Stravropoulos, Rusty Fees, Rick Novotny, Dale Burton, Gary Hawley, John Paulsen, Hans Olson, Brent Debus, Jim Ackerman, Jeff Williams, Mike Hood, Gerald Messersmith, Rick Renteria, Tom Johnson, Mike Willey, Allen Jines, Greg Keene, Larry Nagaki, Gene Whitlock, Bill Nagaki, Colin Stravropoulos Qrapplers Send Sour to State TEAM VARSITY RESERVE AHS OPP AHS OPP Kimball 28 25 30 26 Chadron 24 33 32 31 Bridgeport 39 15 48 0 Gering 5 48 0 60 Scottsbluff 13 27 15 48 Valentine 21 29 21 42 Gordon Invitational 4th Western Conference 7 th Gordon 20 25 17 40 Sidney 24 28 23 20 Valentine Invitational 6th Rushville Invitational 4th Big Ten 9th District 6th State participants Melvin Lancey and Marc Stravropoulos 50Grapplers are stretching their muscles before a match. Alliance wrestler takes control of his opponent, as assistant Coach Dobson referees. This year the varsity grapplers started the season out slowly but improved as the season went on. The matmen suffered in many of their dual matches because of the lack of a heavyweight. A heavy wrestler could have possibly been a great aid to the team. The Bulldogs qualified four grapplers for state by placing at district. Melvin Lancey placed first; Marc Stavropoulos, second; Ron Iossi, third; and Andy Girard, fourth. At state each wrestler won one match. The reserve grapplers worked hard and gave the varsity great help in practice and worked to improve themselves for upcoming years. Allen Jines struggling for a pin.bulldogs Show Spirit This year the Bulldogs had an up and down season, finishing with a record of 7-11 under Coach George Schamber. The team will lose many senior players this year, but will have good support from underclassmen. Some of the team’s leading seniors include: Mitch Lyster, Mike Lawrence, Doug Reeh, and Kenny Bordeaux. Underclassmen support came from Brad Tittle, Kent Colwell, and Rock Edwards. Anxious teammates await a winning game Coach Schamber gives last minute instructions. Zhroughout Season Mike Lawrence gets the "jump” on the opponent. 52Left to right: Student manager, Chris Toedtli, Rock Edwards, Todd Crowder, Mitch Lyster, Brad Tittle, John Nickens, Kent Colwell, Doug Reeh, Mike Lawrence, Kenny Bordeaux, Tom Cummings, Dirk Simpson, Roger Nason, and student manager, Bart Briggs. Mitch Lyster does a layup for two points. Kenny Bordeaux and John Nickens prepare for the rebound. TEAM AHS OPP Gordon 69 54 CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENTS Gering 62 69 Kearney 51 74 North Platte 56 88 AHS OPP McCook 43 61 Sidney 63 92 Hot Springs 60 45 Valentine 74 68 York 53 67 Scottsbluff 51 50 Gering 57 52 Kearney 54 79 Scottsbluff 56 52 DISTRICT Chadron 69 53 McCook 66 71 North Platte 56 89 McCook 34 70 Sidney 55 79 Kimball 54 78 53Reserve Roundballers Gain Experience The Reserve Basketball team under Coach Steve Nelson ended a hard fought season with a record of 4-12. The reserves worked hard for a good season and to prepare for next year. They showed pride and determination in their effort to achieve victory. The Roundballers did not have much style on their side. The team was young and should be winners in the years ahead. Left to right: Jim Lewis, Kenny Willey, Jim Olson, Dennis Walker, Kevin Christensen, Roy Kuncl, Coach Steve Nelson, Brett Dietrich, Mitch Lamm, Dave Lawrence, Stuart Simpson, and Tim Olson. J im Lewis shoots for 2 points as teamates watch intensively. TEAM AHS OPP Gordon 62 36 Gering 45 46 Kearney 51 77 North Platte 57 68 McCook 36 43 Sidney 64 76 Valentine 64 51 Scottsbluff 71 74 Gering 60 57 Kearney 70 92 Scottsbluff 56 70 Chadron 75 50 McCook 45 48 North Platte 37 72 Sidney 50 70 Kimball 52 60 Roy Kuncl looks for a possible rebound. 54Varsity: Debra DuBray, Beth Irish, Deb Reeh, June Pokorski, Barbara Zurn, Carmen Knaub, Jodi Zellaha, Linda Hoppens, Deb Nansel, Kathy Duryea, and student manager, Nancy Lang-ner. Linda Hoppens tips to her teammates. Reserve: Linda Tapscot, Laurie Lawrence, Laurie Kulas, Sonja Hartwig, Brenda Adamson, Lori Cummings, Deb Nelson, Barb Fillinger, Janet Koozer, Lori Dalbey, Lisa Dalbcy, and Mona Peterson. Varsity coach Cozad. Reserve coach Pilfold. GirlsZake Zo the Court June Pokorski practices her layups. VARSITY RESERVE TEAM AHS OPP AHS OPP Gering 17 18 5 10 Sidney 21 26 9 47 Chadron 29 23 16 7 Gering 30 28 17 14 Chadron 21 28 22 19 Gordon 20 32 19 22 Alliance High girls enthusiastically leaped at the prospect of organizing a basketball team, and under the direction of Coach Nancy Cozad, this is exactly what they did. Although the girls were inexperienced, they shone. Outstanding players, such as Kathy Duryea, Carmen Knaub, and June Pokorski, led the varsity team to a 2-4 season. The reserves ended their season with a 3-3 record. These records may need improvement, but the girls now have a firm foundation of knowledge and skill, and eagerly await their second season next year. 55Pictured are: Bill Nagaki, Roger Nason, Mitch Lyster, Todd Crowder, Schadwinkel, Kascy Kistler, Phil Medina, Tom Fawcett, Dirk Simp- Brian Debus, Les Nepper, Stuart Simpson, Tracy Kistler, John son, and Ron Iossi. Nickcns, Hans Olsen, Gary Hawley, Bob Woods, Paul Heimbuch, Craig Zractesters Send to State The 1976 Boy’s Track team had a very successful season. Many old school records were broken, including the mile relay, triple jump, long jump, 440, 220, and 100 yard dashes, high jump, and shotput. The Bulldogs competed in eleven different meets and took first in the Chadron Invitational, Alliance Triangular, and Gordon Triangular. At the Big Ten meet, the Alliance Tracksters finished fifth and followed with a sixth place at the district meet. Alliance qualified four seniors and one Sophomore for state competition in Omaha. The mile relay team members, Roger Nason, Todd Crowder, Mitch Lyster, and John Nickens, placed third. Individual winners were: Roger Nason with a fourth place in the 440 yard dash, Mitch Lyster with a fifth place in the triple jump, and John Nickens with a sixth place in the 220 yard dash. Coaches of the 1976 Track Team are: Keith Kyser, Brad Smith, John Bandel, and Steve Nelson. Nason sprints to the finish. 56track Scores Members of the track team going to state are: John Nickens, Mitch Lyster, Todd Crowder, and Roger Nason. Not pictured: Hans Olsen. MEET PLACING Scottsbluff 5th Kimball 2nd Sidney 2nd Gordon Triangular 1st Chadron Invitational 1st Alliance Triangular 1st Western Conference 3rd West Nebraska College 5th Big 10 Conference 5 th District Meet 6th Todd Crowder, leading the race, surges toward the finish. The crucial connection in the mile relay is completed by Nickens and Lyster. 57Angie Panwitz, Sue Scebohm, Debbie Ackerman, Lori Dalbey, Laurie Kulas, Lori Underwood, Jana Weed, Natalie Lauer, Carmen Knaub, Kathy Duryea, Jodi Meter, Tammy Jantz, Heidi Herman, Shirley Johnson, Linda Hoppens, Selina Lore, Dcsirae Lawrence, Karen Jantz, Deb Nansel, Lisa Dalbey, Barb Zurn, Peggy Kraft, Coaches Schlenker and Pilfold, Jane Goff, Gail Fawcett, and Kim Fpperson, pictured. Cindergals Show Zheir Stuff MEET PLACING POINTS SCORED Scottsbluff Relay 3rd 6 Kimball Invitational 6th 14 Sidney Invitational 5th 20 Alliance Invitational 5 th 17 Gordon Triangular 1st 67 Alliance Triangular 2nd 52 Vt Western Conference 2nd 45 District Meet 3rd 55% State Carmen Knaub running astride her opponent. 58Linda Hoppens awaits Kathy Duryea’s hand off. if."’ Deb Nansel makes a fine jump. Selina Lore finishes first. Jana Weed lets go of the shotput. The ’76 Girl’s Track Team consisted mainly of sophomores who kept the four upperclassmen hustling so that they could hold their positions. Outstanding individual efforts include: Kathy Duryea in the 100 and 220 yard dashes, Shirley Johnson in the 880, Carmen Knaub in the mEe run, Deb Nansel in die long jump, and the 440 relay team, consisting of Linda Hoppens, Desirae Lawrence, Deb Nansel, and Lori Kulas. Although the team was young, several records were broken this year. Coaches of the 1976 Girl’s Track Team are Sandy Pilfold and Shirley Schlenker. Both of them felt that they had a good season. 59Members of the 1976 Golf Team are: Kirt Kosmicki, Tim Olson, Coach Phil Schweitzer, Rusty Fees, Scott Frank, Brett Dietrich, Jeff Meade, Joe Neeley. Ron Brown, Scott Fees, and Brook Bowhay. Not pictured: Scott Dietrich, Paul Watson, and Dan Simpson. Cinksters Zee Up Dan Simpson putts it in. MEET PLACING Gering Invitational 5th Kimball Invitational 3rd Sidney Invitational - Alliance Invitational - Scottsbluff Invitational 2nd Valentine Invitational Champions Gordon Triangle 1st Alliance Triangle 1st Western Conference Champions Big Ten 6th District 7th From tee, to rough, to sandtrap, the A.H.S. golfers were determined to put forth a good effort. Practice, determination, and hard work were the keys to the linksters success. Dan Simpson, Tim Olson, Scott Dietrich, and Paul Watson were four golfers who gave power to the team. Kirt Kosmicki, one of the youngest members, will return in the years to come to give good leadership to the team. Although none qualified for state. Coach Schweitzer felt the team did their best and might have done better in Class B. i I Carts provide transportation for these weary golfers. Brook Bowhay holds the flag while Kirt Kosmicki putts one in. 60Most Valuable MMetes, SMrley ‘Johnson And Roger Mason, Mamed at Athletic Convocation Meld May 19 Athletic Director George Schamber displays the first of several trophies. 3-D Letter Winners are: Paul Watson, Dan Simpson, Mitch Lyster, Shirley Johnson, and Roger Nason. The annual athletic convocation was held Wednesday, May 19, to recognize and honor athletes for their endeavors representing A.H.S. in competitive state sports. Highlighting the awards was the presentation of Most Valuable Athlete trophies to seniors Roger Nason and Shirley Johnson whose pictures will be hung in the foyer of the gym. The 3-D Award winners were presented to four senior boys who participated in three sports for four years and to one senior girl who participated in two sports for four years. Each head coach presented letters in his sport and recognized individual achievement. A total of one-hundred one letters were awarded: Volleyball, 8; Football, 30; Cross Country, 7; Basketball, 10; Wrestling, 13; Girls Track, 11; Boys Track, 16; and Golf, 6. 61Zke OrganizationsA.M.S. Pep Club ftoosts Sp irit Pep Club boosts spirit with a victory line. Lori Nagaki intently watches a Cross Country meet. Pictured above are: Jan Wilson, Carmen Knaub, Lorie Johnson, Gretchen Goaley, Nancy Lang-ner, Linda Hall, Kathy Duryea, Renee Jinks, Lori Cummings, Mary Fowler, Cheryl Krejci, Gay-lene Lundy, Angie Panwitz, Sally Flint, Lee Ann Fiebig, Laurie Kulas, Theodora Liakos, Dawn Pebley, Jerrie Alvarado, Karen Jantz, Shari Simpson, Mona Peterson, Rose Marie Snyder, Janelle Bilstein, Lori Dalbey, Ann Lewis, Cindy Colson, Janet Watson. Deb Ackerman, Deb Nansel, Janet Koozer, Sue Schadwinkel, Mary Weber, Jodi Tocdtli, Sherry Worth, Deb Mundt, Robyn Smith, Kris Iron Rope, Rose Wounded Arrow, Tacy Simpson, Robyn Garrett, Carolyn Burton, Debbie Hartwig, Coni Scott, Nancy Willey, June Pokorski, Beth Irish, Sally Brandt, Vicki Duryea, Kathy Williams, Vickie Nansel, Dianne Nielsen, Amy Youngman, Linda Hoppens, Kathy Coleman, Dede DeVeny, Deb Smith, Alice Cole, Laura Kuncl, Lori Nagaki, Pam Rohrbouck, Deedee Petersen, Cindy Rask, Mary Green, Dixie Lundy, Nancy Adams, Paula Belden, Sue Anderson, Kim Willey, Marci McLean, Debi Hatch, Becki Panwitz, Shirley Johnson, Helen Snyder, Kathy Saylor, DeeAnn Duryea, Pam Main. 64Leading this year’s Pep Club are: Dee Ann Duryea, Secretary; Kathy Saylor, Vice-President; Pam Hain, President; Sponsor Mrs. Prentice, Helen Snyder, Treasurer; and Shirley Johnson, Yell Leader. Alliance High Pep Club means spirit and enthusiasm. Pep Club promotes pride in the athletes, student body, and teaching staff. Along with cheering at games, the pep club helped the student government with the Homecoming dance and the decoration of the A.H.S. halls. They also sponsored Spirit Week, Parent’s Night during each sport, pep club banquet with the tapping of the cheerleaders, and pep club picnic with the tapping of the officers. The biggest attraction was the annual Pep Club Formal, which was held on December 13 and created an indoor “Winter Wonderland.” During basketball and wrestling, the Pep Club was given the use of the A.H.S. bus to transport the Pep Club to various away games. 651975-76 Varsity Cheerleaders are: Joni Hand, Terri Yates Johnson, Cindy Worth, Vicki Odell, Nancy Brown, and Tammy Jantz. Mascot: Kelley Yost Cheerleaders Junior Varsity Cheerleaders are: Lori Petersen, Jan Spencer, Tana Meter, Kelly Johnson, and Gloria Flores. 66“One, two, three, four, five ...That’s the Drill Team, at it again this year. Drill Team members spend their Tuesday and Thursday noons vigorously practicing routines. Only through much hard work have they successfully entertained the crowds during halftimes of various football and basketball games. They also participated in the Box Butte-county Bicentennial Parade. Vicke Vogel is captain of the 1975-76 Drill Team; Jan Bowen and Willow Krause are cocaptains. Mrs. Ellen Lierk sponsors this group. Drill Zcant Pictured are: Linda Strieker, Tammy Reitz, Tammy Vo- Arrow, Vicke Vogel, Willow Krause, Delina Prelle, Tacy gel, Robyn Garrett, Joyce Spencer, Kathy Mosser, Betty Simpson, Nancy Rose, Kim Weston, Ann Jesse, Pam Lou Ackerman, Alice Cole, Sherry Lore, Rose Wounded Fitzgerald, Jan Bowen, Carolyn Burton. Vicke Vogel during a halftime performance. 67Vicki Duryea sells her wares at the World Fellowship Fair. Y-Teens work to draw together girls of all Christian faiths so that their lives may be opened to new understandings and deeper relationships for peace, freedom, and dignity toward all people. Activities of the Y-Teens include a retreat to the Black Hills where plans are formulated for the coming year. The first major event is the Patteran, a ceremony when cabinet members read to the group letters from the previous year’s officers. Other group activities include the annual pizza party, the World Fellowship Fair, good will baskets at Christmas, and a party for the Indian children. The climax of the year is the annual Y-Teen Orpheum when money is raised to sponsor an orphan child from Korea. Advisors and student leaders of Y-Teens include President Becki Panwitz Vice-President Kathy Williams, Secretary Helen Snyder, Treasurer Dianne Nielsen, and Sponsors Mrs. Petersen, Mrs. Glarum, and Miss Way. 68 The band’s contribution to the Orpheum was a re-enactment of the halftime show of the Berea Tech.-Dunlap U. game.Pictured are: C. Knaub, K. Shannon, J. Wilson, L. Vogel, L. Johnson, G. Goaley, N. Langner, D. Nansel, D. Pebley, S. Simpson, S. Schadwin-kel, M. Weber, A. Youngman, T. Simpson, M. Hoffmann, J. Green, G. Lundy, R. Snyder, J. Bilstcin, M. Todd, L. Underwood, L. Dalbey, C. Colson, T. Liakos, D. Schoeneman, C. Krcjci, A. Panwitz. J. Watson, R. Jinks, D. DeVeny, D. Nielsen, V. Nansel. L. Hoppens, J. Hagler, N. Rose, J. Spencer, K. Coleman, G. Flores, L. Petersen, S. Olson, G. Flores, A. Johnson, K. Williams, J. Toedtli, T. McAndrew, B. Panwitz, M. McLean, N. Hielscher, L. Nagaki, H. Snyder. The U.S.A. booth featured baseball, hotdogs, and apple pie at the World Fellowship Fair. The sophomore class won first place in the Orpheum with their skit “Crowder Crosses the Delaware.” Cabinet members are: Kathy Williams, Lori Nagaki, Amy Youngman, Sponsor Mrs. Petersen, Dianne Nielsen, Grace Flores, Willow Krause, Sponsor Mrs. Glarum, Linda Hoppens, Kelly Johnson, Becki Panwitz, Kathy Coleman, Mary Hoffmann, Dede DeVeny, Sponsor Miss Way, Nancy Hielscher, Anita Johnson. Not pictured: June Pokorski, Vickie Nansel, Jan Spencer, Vicki Duryea. 69Zkespiatts Troupe No. 3146 of the International Thespian Society is the backbone of every production on the A.H.S. stage. Thespians serve as actors and technicians for every Alliance High play. This year, Thespians participated in the production of PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD (Junior Class Play), "The Unknown Soldier” (One Act Contest Play), THE AFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-1N-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS (Senior Class Play) and experimental one acts. They also sponsored and produced “The Red Shoes”, which was this year’s Children’s Theatre Play. In addition, the Thespians participated in the Missouri Repertory Theatre Workshops. Members work to establish and promote standards of excellence in all phases of the dramatic arts and to create an active and intelligent interest in drama among students of the secondary schools. They have fulfilled their purpose in promoting and producing drama. Mike Paulsen prepares the lighting for a forthcoming production. Clowning around are: President, Mike Paulsen; Vice President, Kathy Saylor; Secretary-Treasurer, Amy Youngman, and Vicki Nansel. Sponsor Donald Clarke takes a break with a few of the Thespians. Pictured are: Jane Green, Deb Smith, Nancy Hielscher, Jim Lewis, Deedee Petersen, Mary Hoffmann, Howard McCall, Bee-ki Panwitz, Vicki Nansel, Jeff Meade, Kathy Williams, Amy Youngman. Not pictured: Kathy Saylor, June Pokorski, Kerry Lewis, Clista Prelie, Denis Prelle, and Renee Jinks. 70A— Pictured are: T. Chinnock, B. Nagaki, B. Debus, P. Heimbuch.T. Cummings, L. Nep-per, M. Abbott, S. Simpson, S. Ashley, K. Colwell, D. Reeh, R. Nason, D. Colwell, C. Schadwinkel. S. Dietrich, M. Lawrence, J. Todd, M. Paulsen, S. Liggett, P. Watson, D. Simpson, D. Walker, T. Crowder, K. Kist-ler, A. Zobel, J. Olson, D. McVicker, H. Behm, D. Prelie, M. Stavropoulos, H. Ackerman, B. Woods, M. Lyster, and R. Gonzalez. Trying to promote spirit, sportsmanship, and a better relationship between athletes and students is what A-Club is all about. A letter in varsity sports, which is required to become a member of this club, symbolizes that the members possess the ability, desire, and skill to represent Alliance in athletic competition. The A-Club again operated the concession stand during home volleyball and wrestling matches, and the home basketball games. This year, the A-Club purchased new letter jackets and added a cheering section which helps the Pep Club promote spirit. A-Club officers are: Bob Woods, President; Mitch Lyster, Vice-President; Herman Ackerman, Secretary-Treasurer; and Rick Gonzalez, Sergeant-at-Arms. Sponsors are: coaches Keith Kyser, Pat Cullen, Brad Smith, and George Schamber. fellowship of Christian Athletes The Fellowship of Christian Athletes gives athletes, as well as non-athletes, a chance to talk together and to work out some of life’s everyday problems. Through this organization, members achieve a different outlook and a feeling of purpose for their lives. The organization is loosely structured around the idea of fellowship rather than meetings, so no officers are elected. Membership is open to any • high school student. Sponsors of the F.C.A. are coaches Brad Smith and Pat Cullen. Among F.C.A. members are Tim Olson and Vickie Nansel. Rick Gonzalez, Bob Woods, Craig Schadwinkel, Paul Heimbuch, and Scott Liggett watch at a Bulldog basketball game. 71Rodeo Club Vicke Vogel tying her goat. Pictured are: Delynn Clark, Kim Weston, Vicke Vogel, Tammy Reitz, Vicki Reitz, Ann Jesse, Janet Wills, Mark Tolstedt, Corky Taylor, Rodney Rogers, Publicity Chairman Ronda Hack, Vice-President Bruce Kulas, President Mike Wills, Secretary-Treasurer Kim Tolstedt, Cindy Wilkins, Bryan Henderson, Roger Seidler, Becky McDonald, Ann Henderson, Desirae Lawrence, Reed Potmesil. Not pictured: Susan McKinney, Dan Seidler, Richard Mann, Sheri Schaffert, Bob Hinton, Daryl Sulzbach, and Sue Ackerman. Bruce Kulas in good shape on his bull. A momentous event occurred for the Alliance High School Rodeo Club in August of 1975. Two members, Mike Wills and Gene Whitlock, traveled to the National Finals at Gallup, N.M., after capturing first place in team roping at State Finals. This merits great pride. Activities for the club include a money making dance in the fall, and in the spring the club puts on a banquet and dance for its members. At this banquet, supporters of the previous rodeo are honored as special guests. Also, club members attend several clinics to sharpen their skills and to prepare for summer rodeos. Sponsoring the Rodeo Club this year is Mr. Bill Burgess. Susie McKinney runs the poles. 72 Tammy Reitz takes her third barrel and heads home.3:3.A- banquet F.F.A., an organization of, by, and for Vocational Agriculture, helps tire school in various ways through their participation in many events. Throughout the football season, F.F.A. operates the Snack Shack, a land and stubble mulch judging, a slave sale, a trip to the Denver Stock Show, and various contests keep all club members on their toes. The annual Parent-Member Banquet revealed Delynn Clark as the 1976 F.F.A. Sweetheart. Bccki McDonald was chosen as first attendant, and Kim Weston as second attendant. FFA members who went to state. Highlights year F.F.A. officers are: Bryan Collins, President, Ann Henderson, Vice-President, Steve Fritzler, Secretary, Bruce Kulas, Treasurer, Allan Fritzler, Sentinel,and Wayne Crawford, News Reporter. Mr. Epperly sponsored the club during the first three quarters of the year, with Mr. Crowder taking over after Mr. Epperly’s resignation. Pictured are Kirk Rickman, Jim Ackerman. Max Galyen, David Clark, Bryan Henderson, Corky Taylor, Sid Underwood, Rodney Rogers, Mark Tolstedt, Rick Clark, Bruce Robbins, Tom Sherlock, Roger Seidler, Richard Mann, lid McDonald, Becky McDonald, Waldo Smith, Dale Collins, Creig Wilkins, Wayne Crawford, Steve Fritzler, Allan Fritzler, Ann Henderson, Mike Wills, Bruce Kulas, Bryan Collins, Mr. Fpperly, Randy Starke, and Ryan Covalt. 73German Club Pictured arc: Kevin Christensen, Brett Dietrick, Tim Olson, Rock Edwards, Kent Colwell, Brad Tittel, Becki Panwitz, Jim Olson, Paula Belden, Kathy Saylor, and Mr. Ivan Polyakov. Not pictured: Nancy Adams, Todd Crowder, Colleen Tittel, Scott Edwards, Beth Irish, Vicki Duryea, and Tim Kollars. German Club sings Christmas carols. Does anyone want to buy a slave? This is one of many things members of German Club might ask! Some activities sponsored by German Club are slave auction, Christmas caroling, and they help with the AFS exchange student program. German Club tries to promote the language department in our school. This year’s German Club officers, elected by members of the club are: President, Paula Belden; Vice-President; Nancy Adams; Secretary, Brad Tittel; Treasurer, Kathy Saylor; and Historian, Kent Colwell. Mr. Ivan Polyakov sponsors this club. Qun Club Gun Club is a newly-formed organization which teaches its members the proper use of a gun, as well as safety techniques to insure them from injury. Members of the club learn to shoot and to develop skills. Through the club, they also have the opportunity to meet other people with the same interests, and a club of this nature gives both girls and boys an equal chance to compete. Gun Club teaches them a sport in which they can participate for a lifetime. Officers elected by the members are: Bart Briggs, President; Glen Fiebig, Jr. Vice-President; John Worley, Secretary; and Lee Ann Fiebig, Treasurer. Sponsors of this organization are Keith Kyser, Glen Fiebig, Sr., David Hubbard, and Bruce Rockey. Pictured are: Lee Ann Fiebig, Ron Brown, Marty Patrick, Terry Robbins, Sponsor Keith Kyser, Glen Fiebig, Jr., Bart Briggs, and John Worley. 74Even the faculty enjoy the games in the student lounge. Student Council Students enjoy an after game sock-hop. Pictured are: Phil Medina, Vickie Nansel, Daryl Colwell, Bill Nagaki, Mary Hoffmann, Dianne Nielsen, Jim Olson, Jan Spencer, Nancy Brown, Kathy Saylor, Scott Liggett, Larry Nagaki, Todd Crowder, Becki Panwitz, Paul Heimbuch. Not pictured: Bryan Henderson. Student Council acts as an intermediary for students to faculty and board. It is also their job to maintain the student lounge and to sponsor the annual Homecoming dance, sock hops after games, and this year, a 50’s Day. The Council has improved the student lounge by adding new games and they added a reading lounge in the library where students may visit quietly with friends during free periods. Another purchase this year was new speakers for the many sock hops. Officers elected by the students of Allicane High are: President, Becki Panwitz; Vice-President, Vickie Nansel; Secretary, Bryan Henderson; and Treasurer, Paula Belden. Sponsors for the council are Dr. Podraza and Mr. Roche. 75'Distributive Education Clubs of America DECA sponser and officers are, left to right: Mr. Sherlock, Sharon Matula, Robyn Garrett, Nancy Hielscher, Carolyn Burton, Jodi Tocdtli, Helen Syndcr, Dcbi Hatch, Cindy Worth, and Vicki Odell. DECA Club’s year began with preparations for contest competition at the State Convention which was held in Omaha in Frebruary. People winning awards were: Nancy Hielscher, 1st place in Credit and Collections; Cindy Rask, 4th place in Apparels and Accesories, master employee level; Carolyn Burton, 1st place in the mathematics division; and Vicki Odell, Top Eight Finalist in Human Relations. Traveling to National Convention held in Chicago are Nancy Hielscher and Cindy Rask. The money making project this year was the selling of ads for the ASCS Handbook. Proceeds from this project went to finance Nancy and Cindy’s trip to Chicago and the Employer-Employee Banquet held in May. Award winners at State Convention are: Carolyn Burton, Nancy Hielscher, and Vicki Odell. Not pictured is Cindy Rask. Rhonda Frohman practices for her Television commercial at State Convention. Nancy Hielscher works on her display for the DE display case. Accepting her award at State Competition in Omaha is Carolyn Burton. 76Sponsor Ms. Lcever helps Paul Watson do a paste-up. Tom Chinnock reads up on newspaper layouts. Herman Ackerman Melvin Lancey and Roger Nason decide which pictures to use. The SPUD staff is composed of students in Journalism I and II classes. Its purpose is to produce a newspaper that is news-worthy and beneficial to the students of A.H.S. As well as covering school events, they try to make students aware of community and national events which effect the high school youth of America. The staff received an Honorable Mention at NHSPA Convention in October of 1975, in Class B Competition in High School Newspapers. Staff members not pictured on this page include: Merlin Drumheller, Les Nepper, Steve Fortune, Joyce Green. Cindy Hoffman, Teresa Keene, Allen Jines, Don Tschacher, Tom Langma-cher, John Worley and Gary Wollin. 77Annual Sue Ackerman, Linda Strieker, Paul Phillip, Lori Nagaki, Kim Willey, and Amy Young-man. Mitzi Starke, Sue McKinney, Tammy Reitz, Mrs. Schadwinkel (Mom), Shan Ellis, Deb Mundt, and Kurt Butzine work toward yet another deadline. Photographer Jeff Meade lines up a picture. Kurt Butzine, Deb Mundt, Don Tschacher, Alice Cole, Shan Ellis, Melvin Lancey, and Tacy Simpson. 78At convention are Lori Nagaki, Mrs. Schadwinkel, Paul Phillip, Jeff Meade and Nancy Hielscher. “Where’s the cropper? ”, “Where’s Jeff? ”, “How do you do this?”, “Who wrote this copy?”, and “I may puke” are familiar sayings during second period in room 9. From the first day of the year, annual staff is busy, busy, busy! After dispensing the annuals from 1975, the staff organizes, sells ads, captures events on film, researches and interviews. When the necessary information is gathered, members begin the tedious work of laying out each individual page for the bicentennial yearbook. The book is not just a picture, but hopefully an idea that will re-create special memories and moments for students of A.H.S. Members of the staff are fortunate in being able to attend two workshops in the fall which help bring new ideas for better ratings and freshness to their book. “If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a yearbook must say it all.” This is the goal of the 1976 annual staff. Jrt Club A.H.S.’s newly-formed Art Club is an organization that hopes to raise the level of art in our school beyond academic standards. They hope to expose the public to student art work by way of exhibits and to expose individual members of the club to professional art work. One project the club has undertaken is a mural painting in the south high auditorium. The club’s art work was exhibited to the public in February, and in May the art work of the school was shown. The club also went on field trips to Denver and Kearney in the spring and fall. Officers for this year are Vicki Odell, President; Jan Spencer, Vice President and Treasurer; Colleen Tittel, Secretary. Mr. Larry Manlein sponsors the group. Pictured arc Ann Jesse, Colleen Tittel, Jeff Meade, Craig Schadwinkel, Jan Spencer, Carlos Pati no, Glenn Fillinger, Vicki O’dell, Sponsor Larry Mannelein, Vivian DeWitt, and Deb Tschacher. Not pictured are Clista Prelle, Mike Rachetts, Vickie Roebuck, Breck Chipperfield. 79Zhe SeniorsTogether We Shared the MICHAEL SEARS ABBOTT A Club 2,3, Football 1,2,3, Wrestling 1, Junior Class Play 2, County Government Day, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2. BETTY LOU ACKERMAN Pep Club 3, Drill Team 2,3, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1. National Honor Society 3. Senior Class Officers are: John Nickens, president; Lori Nagaki, treasurer; Tim Kollars, vice president, and Alice Cole, secretary. NANCY ADAMS Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1, 2,3, Y-Teens 2, Y-Tcen Orpheum 2, Majorette, District Music Contest 3, County Government Day, German Club 2, Historian 1, Vice President 3, Homecoming attendant, Nat’l Honor Society 3. SUE ANDERSON Band 1,2, Pep Band 1,2, Pep Club 1,2,3, D.E.C.A. 2,3. STEVEN B. ASHLEY Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 2,3, A Club 2,3, Basketball student manager 1,2, Track 1, Golf 1,2. PAULA D. BELDEN Band 1,3, Treasurer 2, Choir 1,2, Swing Choir 3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Stage Band 3, Pep Club 1,2,3, Y-Teen Orpheum 2,3, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Student Government cabinet 1, Treasurer 2,3, Musical 1,2, German Club 1,2, President 3, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 2, John Philip Sousa Award 3. STEVE BENZEL Wrestling 1,2, Annual 2, Chadron Scholastic Contest 3, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 2. BRADLEY MARK BISHOP 82Victories and Defeats of GREGORY A. BONESS Band 1,2,3, Choir 1,2,3, Pep Band 3, Stage Band 1, Basketball 1,2. KEN BORDEAUX Basketball 1,2,3, Football 1,2,3. JANET LEE BOWEN Drill Team 2, Co-Captain 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Chadron Scholastic Contest 3, Library Assistant 3. DOUGLAS J. BOWMAN Wrestling 2. NANCY BROWN Choir 1,2, Pep Club 1,2,3, Y-Teen Or-pheum 2, Student Government Senator 2,3, County Government Day, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader, Musical 1,2, Betty Crocker Search for Leadership Award Winner 3. RONALD D. BROWN Golf 2,3, Wrestling 1, Rifle Club 3, Rodeo Club 1,2, F.F.A. 1. STEPHEN LEE CAMPBELL Football 1,2,3, Track 1. THOMAS H. CH1NNOCK Football 1,2,3, All Regional Football Team, Western Conference, West Big 10 Honorable Mention, Basketball 1, Track 1,3, A Club 2,3, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2,3, SPUD 3. ALICE MARIE COLE Pep Club 3, Annual Organizations Editor 3, Senior Class Secretary, Drill Team 3, Girl’s State Candidate, County Government Day, National Honor Society 2, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1,2,3, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 2, Quill Scroll 3. BRYAN P. COLLINS F.F.A. 1, Sentinel 2, President 3, Rodeo Club 1. DARYL COLWELL A Club 1,2,3, Football 1,2,3, Big 10 Conference, Western Conference, All Regional Player, All Regional Honorable Mention, Wrestling 1,2, Wrestling State Meet 2, Track 1, Sophomore and Junior Class President, Annual 2, Y-Teen Orpheum 1, Student Government 3, Musical 1, Children’s Theater 2. TIM J. COVER Outstanding Math Student 3. 83Our High School years WAYNE CRAWFORD F.F.A. 1,2, Reporter 3. TOM CUMMINGS A Club 2,3, Basketball 1,2,3, Football 1, 2,3, Western Conference, West Big 10, All Regional Honorable Mention, Golf 1,2, D.E.C.A. 3, DAVID A. CURTISS Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Boy’s State Alternate, National Honor Society 2, Chess Club 2, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1,2,3. BRIAN DEBUS A Club 3, Football 2,3, Track 1,3. RICK DECKER SCOTT D. DIETRICH A Club 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2, Football 1, 2,3, Golf 1,2,3. MERLIN ALEX DRUMHFLLFR Basketball 1, Track 1, SPUD Co-Editor 3, Quill and Scroll 3. JEAN ANN DUNHAM Choir 1,2,3, Pep Club 3, Drill Team 1,2, Musical 1, D.E.C.A. 3. TERRY ANN PARKER DUNHAM Choir 3, Pep Club 1, D.E.C.A. 3. DEE ANN DURYEA Pep Club 1,2, Secretary 3, Volleyball 1, 2,3, Player of the year. Girls Track 1,2, Homecoming Attendant LANCE DYE RAE SHANNON ELLIS Pep Club 1,2,3, Volleyball 1, Annual 3, Y-Teens 1, Y-Teen Orpheum 1,3. 84We Have Shared Our STEVE REX FORTUNE Chillicothe 111.: Track 1,2. A.H.S.: SPUD Assistant Editor 3. CHARLIE FOSTER Track 1, D.E.C.A. 2,3. BERTA HIGGINS FOWLER Choir 1,2, All State Alternate, Junior Class Play 2, Experimental One Acts 2, Thespians 2, Musical 1,2. ERNIE FRAEDRICH GARRY FRANK DON FREIBERGER Choir 1, Football 1, Golf 1, D.E.C.A. 2, 3. ALLAN L. FRITZLER F.F.A. 1,2, Sentinel 3. STEVE FRITZLER F.F.A. 1,2, Secretary 3. PEGGY J. CORDELL FROHM AN TIM GONZALES JOYCE GREEN SPUD 3, Y-Teens 3, D.E.C.A. 3. MARY GREEN Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1, 2,3.Strength and flog RONDA D. HACK Rodeo Club 2, Publicity Director 3. PAMELA KAY HAIN Band 1,2,3, Choir 1,3, Pit Orchestra 1, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2, President 3, Y-Teens Cabinet 1, Y'-Tccn Orphcum 1, County Government Day. JAMES HALLER ROBYN HALLER Pep Club 1, D.E.C.A. 3. FRED HAMPTON JONI LYNN HAND Pep Club 1,2,3, Volleyball 1, Track 1,2, Y-Teen Orpheum 2, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader, Drill Team 1, Chadron Scholastic Contest 3. MARK D. HARE Band 1,2, Pep Band 1,2, Wrestling 1, Golf 1. DEBORAH S. HATCH Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1, 2,3, Student Government Secretary 1, D.E.C.A. Secretary 3. RHONDA HEFFRON Class Flower: White Rose with Blue Tip Class Song: Theme from “Mahagony” Class Speakers: Kathy Saylor and Tim Kollars Seniors Not Pictured: Herman Ackerman Deb Buresh Don Cole Pat Covey George Du Bray Pat Fischer Karen Langner Ed McDonald Mike Rachetts Richard Schommer 86Kut flow the World PAUL A. HEIMBUCH A Club 3, Basketball 1,2, Football 3, Track 3, Student Government 3, Senator 1,2, County Government Day, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1,2,. ANN HENDERSON F.F.A. 1,2, Vice President 3, F.F.A. Sweetheart 2, Rodeo Club 1,2,3, Choir 1. BRYAN J. HENDERSON Student Government Secretary 3, F.F.A. 1,2,3, Boy’s State, National Honor Society 2, Rodeo Club 1,2,3. NANCY HIELSCHER Annual Business Manager 2, Co-Editor 3, Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Y-Tecns 2, 3, Y-Teen Orpheum 2,3, Quill Scroll 2, Junior Class Play 2,3, D.E.C.A. Public Relations 2, Assistant President 3,Chad-ron Scholastic Contest 1, Stage Band 3, Experimental One Acts 2. Who’s Who Among American High School Students 2, Thespians 2,3, Children’s Theater 2, Gordon Music Clinic 1, Chadron Music Clinic 3. ALVIE HOWELL TAMMY JANTZ Choir 3, Pep Club 1,2,3, Track 2,3, Reserve and Varsity Cheerleader. SHERRI JENSEN Choir 1, D.E.C.A. 1,2,3. TERRY JENSEN Choir 1,2. ALLEN JINES Crosscountry 3, Wrestling 1,2,3, SPUD Copy Editor 3, County Government Day, D.E.C.A. 3, All-State Journalism Award, Quill and Scroll 3. DEANNA JOHNSON D.E.C.A. 2,3. GREGORY L. JOHNSON D E C A 2 3 SHIRLEY JEAN JOHNSON Choir 2,3, Pep Club 1,2, Chant Leader 3, Volleyball 1,2, Senior Player of the Year 3, Track 1,2,3, Y-Teens 1, Cabinet 2, Y-Tecn Orpheum 1, Homecoming Queen, Scholastic Athlete All-Around Athlete, 3-D Athlete.JCies Out TERRI KAY YATES JOHNSON Pep Club 1,2,3. Volleyball 1,2,3, Alliance Invitational All Tourney Team, Track 1, Varsity Cheerleader, Drill Team 1, Co-Captain 1, D.E.C.A. 2,3. TERESA R. KEENE Band 1,2,3,Choir l,Pcp Band 1,2,3, Stage Band 1,2,3, Track 1, SPUD 3, Y-Teensl, Drill Team 2, Musical 1. TIM KOLLARS Senior Class Vice President, District Speech Contest 3, Chadron Scholastic Contest 2,3, National Honor Society 2. County Government Day, Track 1, Crosscountry 1. JIM KRAJEWSKI PAM KREBS D.E.C.A. 3. MARK KROHN LAURA JEAN KUNCL Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1, 2,3, Sophomore Class Vice President, County Government Day, National Honor Society 2, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1,2,3. MELVIN P. LANCEY Football 1, Track 1, Cross Country 3, Wrestling 2,3, Annual 3, SPUD 2, Editor 3, Quill Scroll 2, Y-Tcen Orpheum 1, Junior Class Play 2, County Government Day. TOM J. LANGMACHER Orchestra 1, SPUD 3. MICHAEL DALE LAWRENCE A Club 2,3, Basketball 1,2,3. c ott i inr.rTT A Club 3. Basketball 1,2, Football 3, Student Government 3, County Government Day, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3. TERRY LORE Rodeo Club 1. 88Waiting for Us DIXIE LEE LUNDY Pep Club 3, D.E.C.A. 3. MITCH LYSTER Football 1,2,3, All Western Conference, West Big 10, Basketball 1,2,3, Track 1,2,3, 3, A Club 2, Vice President 3, Athlete of the Year 2, National Honor Society 2. Schol. Athlete. TOMILAYNE MC ANDREW Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Y-Teens 3, Girl's State Candidate 2, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1,2,3,4-year Regents Scholarship Winner. CIONNEMC CARTHY Pep Club 1,2, Volleyball 1, D.E.C.A. 3, Rodeo Club 1,2,3. PEG MCCRACKEN MIKE MC LAUGHLIN Choir 3, Football 1,2,3, Track 1, Wrestling 1. MARCI RENEE MC LEAN Band 1,2,3, Choir 2, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3, Y-Teens 1,2, cabinet 2, Y-Teen Orpheum 1,2, District Music Contest 2, Pit Orchestra 2. PHILLIP M. MEDINA Choir 1,2,3, Stage Band 2, Football 3, Track 3, Junior Class President, Student Government Cabinet 2,3, Pit Orchestra 2, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3. PATRICIA MONROE KATHY A. MOSSER Choir 1, Track 1, Y-Teens 1, Drill Team 3. LORRAINE NAGAKI Pep Club 1,2, Point Secretary 3, Annual 2, Co-Editor 3. Quill Scroll 2, Y-Teen Cabinet 2,3, Y-Teen Orpheum 3, Senior Class Treasurer, Girl’s State Candidate, National Honor Society 2, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1. WILLIAM RAY NAGAKI A Club 3, Football 1,2,3, Track 1,2,3, Wrestling 1,3, Student Government Senator 1,3, cabinet 2, County Government Day, Chadron Scholastic Contest 1. 89We Have Climbed ROGER NASON A Club 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2,3, Football 1.2.3, All Conference, West Big 10, AH Regional First Team, Track 1,2,3, 3-D Award, SPUD 3, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2,3. All-Around Athlete 3 JOHN K. NICKENS A Club 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2,3, Football 1.3, Track 1,2,3. Senior Class President, Boy’s State Candidate, National Honor Society 2, Library Advisory Council 3, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3. KEVIN 1. O’BRIEN SPUD 1,2, D.E.C.A. 2,3. VICKI LYNNE ODELL Band 1,2, Pep Band 1,2, Pep Club 1,2,3, Varsity Cheerleader, Drill Team 2, County Government Day, German Club 1, Secretary 2, D.E.C.A. President, Top 10 in Human Relations at State 3,Chadron Scholastic Contest 3, Art Society President 3. HANSEERAQ OLSEN Football 3, Track 3, Wrestling 3, Exchange Student from Greenland. BOBBI PALMER Choir 2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3, Y-Teens 1,2. BECKI PANWITZ Stu. Govt, cabinet 2, senator 2, Pres. 3, Y-Tecn Cabinet 1, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, National Honor Society 2, Girl’s State, Choir 1, Sec. 2, Pres. 3, Swing Choir 3, Musical 2, Honorable mention All State Choir 3, Jr. class sec.-treas., Pep Club 1, 2,3. MICHAEL ALLEN PAULSEN Choir 2,3, A Club 1,2,3, Football 1,2,3, Wrestling 2, Orpheum 1,2, Emcee 3, Jr. Class Play 2,3, Dist. One Acts 2,3, Experimental One acts 2, Dist. Speech Contest 3, Thespians 1,2, Pres. 3, Musical 1, 2. JIM PELTZ Golf 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2, D.E.C.A. 3. DEEDEF. PETERSEN Choir 1,2,3, Orchestra 1,2, Pep Club 1, 2, Point Secretary 3, Y-Teens 1. Y-Tcen Orpheum 1,2, Junior Class Play 2, Senior Class Play 2, Drill Team 2, Thespians 2.3, Musical 1,2, Children’s Theater 2. PAUL C. PHILLIP Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Stage Band 1.3, Annual 2. Business Manager 3, Y-Teen Orpheum 3,Chadron Scholastic Contest l,Chadron Board of Trustees Scholarship 3, Quill and Scroll 3, Na-iional Honor Society 3 CLIF S. POTMESIL F.F.A. 1,2,3, Rodeo Club 1,2. 90the Mill Together MARK POTTHOFF Chadron Scholastic Contest 3. CLISTA PRELLE Thespians 3, Duet Acting 3, Art Club Scrap Book Editor 3, District One Acts 3, District Speech Contest 3, Junior Class Play 3, Chadron Scholastic Contest 3, Y-Teen Orphcum 3, Annual 3, Outstanding Artist 2,3, State One Acts 3, State Speech Contest 3. CINDY ANN RASK Band 1,2,3, Choir 3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3, D.E.C.A. 3. DOUG REEH A Club 3, Basketball 1,2,3, Most Improved Player, All Western Conference, Pep Club Boyfriend 1st Attendant. DARRELL RINGLEMAN Wrestling 1, D.E.C.A. 2,3. TERRY D. ROBBINS Football 2, Wrestling 1,2, Rifle Club 3. 91Now We Must VICKIE L. ROEBUCK Orchestra 1,2, Y-Teens 2, DEC A 3, Art Club 3. PAMELA SUE ROHRBOUCK Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 3. KATHERINE A. R. SAYLOR Pep Club 1,2, V. Prcs.3, Student Government 1,2, Senator 3, Thespians 2, V. Pres. 3, German Club 2, V. Pres. 1, Treas. 3, Choir 1,2,3, Swing Choir 2,3, Dist. and State Speech Contest 3, Musical 1,2, Best Supporting Actress 2, Basketball Stats Keeper 2,3, Orpheum 1,2, 3, Jr. Class Play 3, Dist. One Acts 3, Experimental One Acts 2, Girl’s State Alternate, State Music Clinic Alternate 3, Scholastic Contest 1, Thespian Play, Nat’l. Choral Award, Nat’l. Honor Society. CRAIG ALAN SCHADWINKEL Pep Club Formal 1st Attendant, Band 1, 2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Stage Band 1,3, A Club 2,3, Basketball 1,2, Football 2,3, Track 2,3, SPUD 2, Quill Scroll 2, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 1,2,3, Y-Teen Orpheum 2,3, Musical 1,2, Golf 1. MITCHELL E.SCHEFCIK KENT R. SEEBOHM Choir 1,2,3, Football 1,2, Golf 1,2, Musical 1, D.E.C.A. 3. ROGER A. SEIDLER Rodeo Club 3, F.F.A. 1,2,3, Chapter Farmer. DEBBIE SCH AFFERT SHERLOCK Pep Club 1,2,3, Y-Teens 1,2, Y-Teen Orpheum 1, German Club 1,2. TOM B. SHREWSBURY Band 1. DANNY L. SIMPSON A Club 1,2.3, Basketball 1,2, Football 1, 2.3, Wrestling 3, Golf 1,2,3. DEBRA JEAN SMITH Choir 2,3, Pep Club 2,3, Y-Teen Orpheum 3, Junior Class Play 2,3, District One Acts 2, Experimental One Acts 2, District Speech Contest 3, Thespians 1, 2.3, Musical 2, Chess Club 2, Children’s Theater 1. WILLIAM T. SMITH 92Conquer the Mountain HELEN CHARLENE SNYDER Choir 2, Pep Club 1,2, Treasurer 3, Y-Teens 1 .Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Y-Teen Orpheum 1, County Government Day, D.E.C.A. Treasurer 3. BRAD THOM AS STONE Boy’s State Candidate. DAVE STONE CORKY TAYLOR Wrestling 3, F.F.A. 3, Rodeo Club 3. THOMAS S. TIMBERS Golf 1,2, D.E.C.A. 1,2,3. COLLEEN J. TITTLE Pep Club 1,2,3, German Club 2,3, Chad-ron Scholastic Contest 1,3, Art Club Secretary 3, Who’s Who Among American High School Students 2. WILLIAM JAMES TODD Band 1,2, Vice President 3, Pep Band 1, 2,3 Stage Band 1,2,3, Swing Choir 2,3, Football 2,3, A Club 2,3, Boy’s State Candidate, District Music Contest 3, Basketball 1, Chadron Scholastic Contest 3, Musical 2, Golf 1. DEB TSCHACHER (FRICKE) Pep Club 2, SPUD 3, Art Club 3. 93Alone. DON E. TSCHACHER Annual 3, SPUD 3, Choir 2,3, Basketball 1, Football 1. PAUL WATSON A Club 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2, Football 1, 2,3, Golf 1,2,3, SPUD 3, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2,3, Journalist of the Year. ROD WESTON BECKY WICKHAM CREIG WILKINS KIM DENISE WILLEY Band 1,2,3, Choir 3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2, Point Secretary 3, Volleyball 1, Track 1, Annual 3, Y-Teens 1, Y-Teen Orpheum 1,3. MIKE L. WILLS F.F.A. 1,2,3, Rodeo Club Vice President 1, President 2,3. PAUL WOLVINGTON ROBERT G. WOODS Band 1,2, President 3, Choir 2,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, A Club 2, President 3, Football 1,2,3, Track 3. Musical Stage Crew 2, Fellowship of Christian Athletes 2,3, Pep Club Boyfriend. JOHN EDINGTON WORLEY A Club 3, Track 2, Cross Country 2,3, Chadron Scholastic Contest 3. CINDY WORTH Band 1,2, Pep Band 1, Pep Club 1,2,3, Volleyball 1,2, Y-Teen Orpheum 2, Varsity and Reserve Cheerleader, D.E.C.A. Vice President 3. SARAH ZITTI RKOPF Casper Wyo.: Orchestra 1,2,3, Junior Class Play 2, Experimental One Acts 2, Speech Contest 1, State Music Clinic 2, 3. A.H.S.: Choir 3, Chadron Scholastic Contest 3. 9495Class of ’77 Presents Seniors with Memorable Prom tiournAin v uonurmi t i a , : 96The measure of a happy life is not from the fewer or more suns we behold, the fewer dr more breaths we draw, or meals we repeat, but from having once lived well, acted our part handsomely, and made our exit cheerfully. LORD SHAFTSBURY To our friend and classmate LORI LOU PLTLRSLNZke Underclassmenjuniors seem to come in all shapes and sizes. Important leaders of the class of 77 are: President, Kathy Williams; Vice-President, Rick Gonzalez; Secretary, Vickie Nansel; Treasurer, Dcsirae Lawrence. Many other members of the Junior class hold important positions in many organizations. There are four juniors representing their class in Student Council and eight on the annual staff. Not pictured is Mary Hoffmann, overall prom chairman for the 1976 Junior Senior Prom. Andy Ballain Jay Barr Donna Becker Howard Behm Trent Benzel Debbie Best Dennis Best Bret Bixby Norman Blumenthal Rick Blumanthal Sally Brandt Carolyn Burton Kurt Butzine Breck Chipperfield DeLynn Clark Kathy Coleman 100Tom Fawcett Ed Fester Glen Fiebig Glenn Fillinger Pam Fitzgerald Gloria Flores Grace Flores Rhonda Frohman Doug Furley Keith Gardiner Robyn Garrett Jack Garton Dave Gies Andy Girard Rick Gonzalez Jane Green Joyce Hagler Daryl Hain Kim Halcomb Bob Hardy Deb Hartwig David Hernandez 102Bob Hinton Cindy Hoffman Mary Hoffmann Linda Hoppens Joy Houser Patty Howell Beth Irish Ed Jensen Ann Jesse Anita Johnson Kelly Johnson Mike Johnson Tracy Kistler Willow Krause Monte Krebs Bruce Kulas 103Mitch Lamm Stephen Lauer Desirae Lawrence Robin Lentz Jim Lewis Sherry Lore Howard McCall Becky McDonald David McDonald Susan McKinney Denise Marsh Sharon Matula Jeff Meade Tana Meter Deb Mundt David Munger Vickie Nansel Joe Neeley Leslie Nepper 104Dianne Nielsen Susan Olson Carlos Patino Gifford Payne Dan Perkins Lori Petersen Roberta Phillip June Pokorski Bruce Porter Delina Prelle Vickie Rapp Deb Reeh Tammy Reitz Sherri Roebuck Rod Rogers Nancy Rose Tami Sakata Kerry Schaffert Dave Schommer 105Connie Scott Tim Sherlock Ted Shrewsbury Tacy Simpson Robyn Smith Larry Snyder Jan Spencer Joyce Spencer Keith Strieker Linda Strieker Daryl Sulzbach Norman Sward Lynn Swesey Aaron Taylor Ron Taylor Jerry Thompson Jodi Toedtli Kim Tolstedt 106 Tarry Underwood Mark VejraskaZhe Class of ’77 Vicke Vogel Jay Weisgerber prepares to take over leadership of the school by keeping busy with many activities and projects. Juniors participate in County Government Day when students observe their government in action. Most importantly, the juniors create an unforgetable prom, held this year on April 24. To prepare for prom, juniors sponsor the class play, PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD, and other money making projects such as selling light bulbs and baked goods. Through hard work and cooperation with their sponsors, Ms. Dianne Leever and Mr. Bruce Rockey, the juniors proved themselves to be good leaders. Kim Weston Cindy Wilkins Nancy Willey Kathy Williams Brad Woods Sherry Worth Rose Wounded Arrow Jennifer Wright Amy Youngman Jodi Zellaha 107High School presents new experiences and challenges for the class of ’78. Debbie Ackerman Jim Ackerman Brenda Adamson Susan Alquist Jerrie Alvarado Paula Ashley Randy Benda Janeile Bilstein Brad Blumenthal Roxann Blumanthal Rebecca Brandt Bart Briggs Becki Brungard Dale Burton Terry Buskirk Gene Charles Dwight Chipperfield Kevin Christensen Rick Clark Diane Cole Randy Collins Cindy Colson Kent Colwell Sophomore Class Officers Are: President, Todd Crowder; Vice President, Rock Edwards; Secretary, Shari Simpson; and Treasurer, Sally Flint. 106Ryan Covalt Warren Crawford Todd Crowder Lori Cummings Lori Dalbey Rhonda Dempsey Brett Dietrich Kevin Drummond Curt DuBray Kathy Duryea Alan Dye Rock Edwards Scott Edwards Kirt Estrada Diane Ettle Bruce Faber Rusty Fees Lee Ann Fiebig Lynn Fillinger Sally Flint Mary Fowler Walter Fraedrich Greg Fritzler Max Galyen Gretchen Goaley 109Cindy Green Keith Grieser Jim Guilliatt Linda Hall Patrick Hartman Sonja Hartwig Gary Hawley Tom Heckman Mike Hessheimer Mike Higgins Carole Hood Ronnie Iossi Karen Jantz High School challenges Sophomores to explore man’s frustrations, loneliness, leadership, and moral law. David Jensen Renee Jinks Eddie Johnson Lorie Johnson Kasey Kistler Carmen Knaub noVirginia Kohler Janet Koozer Dave Kowalski Scott Kozal John Kramer Cheryl Krejci Kevin Krohn Laurie Kulas Roy Kuncl Jim Lamb Nancy Langner David Lawrence Danielle LeFave Jana Leistritz Ann Lewis Kerry Lewis Theodora Liakos Gregory Lore Selina Lore Gaylene Lundy illGuy Lundy Shane McCarthy Tim McDonald Dave McVicker Richard Mann Scott Mehring Randy Montgomery Larry Nagaki Deb Nansel Rick Novotny Jim O’Leary Jim Olson Tim Olson Pat Panowicz Angie Panwitz Rod Parker Robert Patino Marty Patrick Dawn Pebley Tammie Peters Mona Peterson Kim Porter Reed Potmesil Vylena Powers Denis Prelle Isaac Renteria Dennis Ringleman Bruce Robbins Pamela Roebuck Maria Sanchez Sue Schadwinkel Jim Schaffer Debra Schoeneman Becki Seidler Kim Shannon Thomas Sherlock Dirk Simpson Shari Simpson Stuart Simpson Rose Marie Snyder 112Mark Stavropoulos Lori Studt Debby Thompson Sonja Thomsen Brad Tittel Marla Todd Chris Toedtli Lori Underwood Mark Vallejo Lori Vogel Val Vogel Dennis Walker Janet Watson Mary Weber Blake Weisgerber Brenda West Gene Whitlock Kenny Willey Robert Williams Janet Wills Jan Wilson Dan Zitterkopf Allen Zobel Kent Colwell struggles to get free. 113freshmen 79 Pep Club Officers are: President Susan Seebohm, Vice President Angie Guilliatt, Secretary Jane Goff, Treasurer Stephanie Simpson, Yell Leader Natalie Lauer. Cheerleaders are: Aurora Mag-delino, Gail Fawcett, Tina Tittle, Meredith Becker, and Shelli Ellis. Sponsor is Miss Shirley Schlenker. Britt Barnett Tary Beck Meredith Becker Carl Benzel Kevin Benzel Rodney Blakeman Deb Bolek Brook Bowhay Jerry Brandt Marianne Buskirk Mark Buskirk Rick Cassel Peggy Charles Greg Christensen David Clark Celeste Cole Dale Collins Cheri Covalt Terry Crofutt Lisa Dalbey Brent Debus Lori Deford Debra M. DuBray Debra R. DuBray Susan Dugger Charlene Edwards Shelli Ellis Kim Epperson Robyn Essex Keith Estrada Shaun Evertson Gail Fawcett Ron Fester Barbara Fillinger Carol Finkey Mario Flores Mark Foresstrom James Fraedrich Scott Frank 114Lori Galyen Alan Gardiner Terry Garton Jane Goff Robyn Golden Jeff Gonzales Kent Green Angie Guilliatt Warren Haglcr Cory Hall Leslie Handley Rhonda Hansen Jodi Hart Roger Hartwig Randy Hashman Heidi Herman Rudy Hernandez Tom Hoffmann Mike Hood Brian Hooper Jackie Howell Ken Jaggers Julie Jensen Cheryl Jines Darrell Johnson Jim Johnson Sharon Johnson Tom Johnson Douglas Keder Greg Keene Pam Klinkacek Virgil Kohler Patty Kollars Kirt Kosmicki Peggy Kraft Mike Kramer Mike Krause Don Lampert Natalie Lauer 115Laurie Lawrence Teresa Leachman Laurie Lehl Jeff Liggett Cheryl Long Shelli Lore Tom Lore Bruce Lundy Kelly Lynch Aurora Magdaleno Francis Mart Cheryl Maxwell Julie McNeil Andy Meade Roger Meng Gerald Messersmith Jodi Meter Brad MillhoUin Verla Moss Warren Mundt Jim Nagaki Robert Nason Debra Nelson Brian Odell Denise Odell Steve O’Leary Teresa Panwitz Efrian Patino Frolain Patino Rickey Patrick John Paulsen Marty Petersen Kelly Pilhl Chris Porter Mike Prelle Vicki Reitz Rick Renteria Kirk Richman Brian Rockey Marlene Rose Steve Ryan Tracy Sakata Mike Schefcik Dan Schommer Jan Schommer Susan Seebohm Greg Sherlock Jerry Sieck 116 Mike Yates Mike Zillinger Karen Zlomke Barbara Zurn Stephanie Simpson John Smith Penny Smith Waldo Smith Ed Sowders Randy Starke Colin Stavropoulos Laurie Strieker Polly Sullivan Sandra Suetsugu Dan Sydow Linda Tapscott Tod Thies Tina Tittel Tamie Todd Patrick Toedtli Mark Tolstedt Bret Tschacher Cindy Tschacher Sid Underwook Beth Vejraska Debbie Walgren John War Bonnet Jana Weed Diana Weston Mike Willey Jeff Williams Mike Wilson Dan Woodworth Laura Wright 117M r. 3red Petersen JZong Zime J.M.S. Science Will Me Remembered for Mis Kindness and the Many (food Zhings Me Mas Done for the Alliance Schools% Zhe Administration and facultyEfficiency at its best Mr. Bob Duryea, Business Manager and Mr. Martin Petersen, Superintendent. With the growth and expansion of our school, administration offices have moved to the Voc. Ed. building this year. And as the year goes by, these people continue their efficient job of running our school. We salute them and their staff for their never-ending services to our school. Mrs. Janice Lawrence, Mrs. Ruth Sanchez, Mrs. Dixie Bloom and Miss Karen Crum are the secretarial staff members. 120 Mr. Wayne Goff, Mr. Kenneth Jaggers, Mr. Archie Lawrence, Mrs. Sherrie Curtiss, Dr. Raymond Olson, and Mr. Dean Simpson serve as Board Members for Alliance Schools.Principal Don Crowder “hard at work”? Zke backbone of A- S. Behind the firm hand which guides the students of Alliance High is Mr. Don Crowder, principal. Through him, direct student-administration contact is established. Helping carry out the many office duties are Mrs. Dietrich and Ms. Dykes. Assuming a new position as psychologist, Dr. Podraza now serves all Alliance students. The community education program continues under the direction of Mr. Newman and his staff. Community Education Director Lyle Newman Office Secretary Mrs. Barb Dietrich begins another day at work. Secretary Lynn Dikes School Psychologist Dr. Bill Podraza 121faculty Zeaches Many Mr. John Bandel Vocational Mr. Bernard Becker Communications Chairman Mr. Tom Bibbey Music Chairman Mr. Bill Burgess Vocational Miss Ellen Christensen Social Studies Mr. Don Clarke Communcations Mr. Pat Cullen Physical Education Mrs. Debra Dowling Music Mrs. Lila Fiebig Communications Mr. Randall Epperley Vocational Mr. Bill Furman Social Studies Chairman Mrs. Juanita Glarum Vocational Miss Alice Greve Communications Mr. Leonard Hartman Math Mr. James Hawk Math Ms. Diane Leever Communications 122Things in M Ways Coach Hawk enthusiastically watches at a Cross Country meet. Mrs. Lierk listens attentively at County Government Day. Mr. Keith Kyser Physical Education Mrs. Ellen Lierk Social Studies Mr. Larry Mannlein Art Mr. Bill Marchant Science Mr. Richard McCall Media Specialist Mr. James McDermott Math Chairman Mr. Louis Midgett Guidance Mrs. Eunice Petersen Communications Mr. Fred Petersen Science Chairman Miss Sandra Pilfold Physical Education Mr. Ivan Polyakov Communcations Mrs. Anna Prentice Librarian Mrs. Julia Reno Vocational Mr. Bruce Rockey Vocational Chairman Mrs. Mary Schadwinkel Communications Mr. George Schamber Athletic Director 123124 “Speak softly and carry a big stick.” Mr. Phil Schweitzer Social Studies Mr. Lonnie Sherlock Vocational Mrs. Ruth Simmons Library Aide Mr. Bill Stout Science Mr. Bill Verbeck Vocational Miss Patricia Way Communications Mr. Larry Yost Science And the coaches get smeared! Even teachers do dishes.Zke People ftekind tke Scenes Cooks Margaret Garrett, Dixie Simpson, Elaine Day, Elsa Smith, Cheryl Harris. Not pictured is School nurse, Thelma Merritt. Manager Ella Wade. A new face appeared in A.H.S. this fall. Mr. Jim Roche, “the resident cop, is not here in Alliance only to punish wrong doings, but to try to bring about a better understanding between the students of Alliance and the Alliance city police officers. Custodians are Rose Dobry, Jack Laughlin, Dennis Mercer. 125Zhe Closing128129Aommuhity Improvement ROGRAMZhe AdvertisementsThe Guardian State Bank Trust Co. You can bank on us Commercial Loans • Night Depository • Safety Deposit Box Clista Prelle, Marilyn Ashley Main Bank Time and Temperature Corner Member F.D.I.C. We welcome your checking and savings accounts Trust Departments See us for installment loans Ph. 762-4400 132Credit Bureau Alliance Floral of Alliance Gordon and Rosalee Hoff “Flowers say it best” Mark Krohn Where your credit is Kept. ABIE ! Panhandle Rural Electric Membership Association Headquarters: 319 Blackhills—P.O. Box 677 Alliance, NE 69301 © NRECA 133Peltz Construction 7 k roducti rediL ssoci on ation, Jri r Congratulations to the Class of 76 Carpets Interior Design Draperies Wallpaper Paint Johnson Peltz Inc. 1016 Flack. Alliance Modern Stran-Steel and Quonset Buildings Farmers Implement Co. Case—Massey—Furguson Machinery Farm Equipment 134Buy Your Gas at Hempel’s Mike (Mick) McCarthy Pat McCarthy McCarthy Order Buying Enterprises Tacy Simpson and Amy Youngman Cionne McCarthy GENE s DRIVE —IN pharmacy - Allen Jines, Melvin Lancey, Tony Nunes, Kurt Butzine Paul Phillip GENE’S PHARMACY 24 hr. Prescription Service 914 West 10th Alliance Famous Clothing House Men Boys Clothing Quality—Since 1903 135Alliance DeMolay Chapter Todd’s Body Frame ShopAlliance Consumers Association Berger Plate Company of Nebraska Modern Service Station Gas—Oil—Greases— Paints Spark Plugs—Tire Service A Complete Fertilizer Program Credit Union Service Steel Buildings Alliance Livestock Auction Company CO-OP Serves You Best Dean L. Simpson Bill lodence Jack Ressigieu John Sibbitt You own it—You run it You PROFIT from it Dial 762-4743 Corner of West 3rd and Black hills 137Scott Dietrich, Tom Timbers. Dan Simpson, Paul Watson Ron Guinia Golf Shop Congratulations Class of 76 Handy location: near the golf course Drake Hotel and Cafe Congratulations Class of 76 Greg Christensen Dede Deveny DeVeneys Food Center Home Owned, Home OperatedCraft Cupboard Ben Franklin Gretchen Goaley, Holly Wade, Lorie Johnson Make your gifts special Make them yourself 311 East 3rd Simpsons Construction (762-4085) and Cold Storage (762-4463) 1st Laramie Alliance, Nebraska 308 Box Butte Hatch Drug 402 Box Butte Pharmacy—Gift Card Shop 139Buchfinck, Inc. Box 340 Alliance Ph. 762-4715 Small loans, real estate registered abstractor, insurance m Carpet Cleaning and Installations Steam Way Residential Commercial “For a fair shake, call Roscoe or Jake” 762-4869 Jake B. Nuss 762-4869 Roscoe W. Bills 762-2031 908 Big HornElectric Hose and Rubber Company Presents The Alliance High Marching Band LvAlliance National Bank Walk Drive In Fly In “The Pioneer bank” Member F.D.I.C. Helen Dafney, Joyce Spencer Tim Kollars 1100 E. 3rd Ph. 762-2975 Perrin Refrigeration Holsten’s 316 Box Butte Ph. 762-1150 For all your cosmetic and pharmacy needs Jodi Toedtli, Qaylene Lundy. Qall DietrichGregory’s Insurance Insurance alone is our business Mark Hare Alliance Country Club Betty Lyle Hare Dairy Queen 719 Flack Avenue Phone 762-3387 “The place to go” Tom Chinnock, John Nlckens, Brian Debus, Bob Woods, Mike Paulsen Alliance Tractor and Implement Phone 762-5010 10th and Flack “We represent the best and service the rest” Best Wishes Graduating Class of ’76 143First Federal Lincoln The people who help people save Green’s Floor Coveri ng Congratulations Class of '76 Tay Tollefsen, Don Tschacher, Steve Fortune, Mark Hare We welcome student savings accounts 223 Box Butte Alliance, Nebraska 762-2160 .tka Tom Fawcett, Howard Behm 315 Laramie One stop decorating center Fertilizers Chemicals Feeds Seeds For farm and ranch needs, stop at 144 Olson’s Moving Storage Neuswangers, Inc. for help with any farm or ranch problem Allied Van Lines AgentKeith Gardiner Bottled by Pepsi Cola Btlg. Co. of Alliance, under appointment of Pepsi Co., New York, N.Y. KCOW Alliance’s only daily medium Hayward’s Open Range Western Wear and tack Clif Potmesil Congratulations to the Class of “76” 145GO Gambles Kent Seebohm, Pam Hain The Friendly Store 319 Box Butte, Alliance 146Podhaisky Insurance Real Estate—Loans 762-5321 Alliance, Nebraska “Serving the area since 1930’’ Hamilton Service Center Phone 762-2570 Appliance and Television Repair McCarroll’s Motel Melvin and Ruth Lancey, Owners uw mo«TV __________ ENTRANCE Telephone—TV—Steam Heat—Unit Control Carpet—Tile Bath—Tub and Shower Ph. 762-3680 East on highway 2 Alliance, Nebraska Daugherty’s New and used furniture Antiques “Bill” “Dene” Daugherty 147Congratulations to the 1976 Alliance High School Seniors John Worley Worley’s Studio For the finest in quality photography 508 Box Butte 762-3333 148Tom Chinnock, Lori Nagaki. Mitch Lyster Good Luck Graduating Seniors Deaver Grain Co., Inc. Berea Alliance 762-3078 762-2590 Simonson’s Sporting Goods Goals Unlimited Route 2—Box 149 Alliance, Nebraska Dial 308-762-3509 Achievement Dynamics 1. Your Success Formula 2. How To Overcome Failure 3. Developing A Positive Self Image 4. The Power Of Attitudes 5. The Power Of Goal-Setting 6. The Next Step—Planning 7. Overcoming Your Fears 8. How To Develop The Courage To Act 9. How To Motivate Yourself 10. How To Motivate Others 11. The Power Of Enthusiasm 12. How To Become A Creative Thinker 13. Decisions—How To Make Them 14. How To Continue To Grow 15. The Power Of Visualization 16. The Power Of Affirmatives 113 West 3rd Melvin Lancey, Tom Simonson 149 Dynamo Power Secrets Born To Achieve Achievement Dynamics Adult Ages 3-7 Ages 7-13 Ages 13-18 The Master Saleman's Program Activator SeriesF M Bootery 305 Box Butte Ph. 762-1132 Howard McCall, Don Tschacher Nancy Adams Western Phone 762-2541 Beauty Shop Alliance, Nebraska "Your hairdresser does it better” West 4th Body Shop 823 W. 4th Allliance, Nebraska Phone 762-4682 Glass and Windshield Replacement Lampert Building Center Building the Great Northwest For Over 80 Years 762-2827 224 W. 2nd Larry Yeager Manager Good Luck Seniors Jerry Woods 150Auto Hobby Body Shop and Camper Sales Pete Lillian Rask 520 Flack 762-2030 Brian Debus, Brent Debus Alliance Plumbing and Complete Body Service Heating Co. Kohler Fixture • Insinkerator Large Selection Campers Larry Debus 504 Flack • Alliance Theodora Liakos Howard’s Shoes 420 Box Butte Ph. 762-5824 Lenla’s Style Shop 422 Box Butte Ph. 762-3303 152GIBSON’S Jeff Meade WHERE YOU BUY THE BEST FOR LESS L.B. Murphy Co. Quality products and service clothe the entire family Sunset Motel Individual heating and A.C. some color television 153Elwin DON’S CAFE 218 W. Third St. Alliance, Nebraska 762-9928 and Billie Todd Deb Mundt, Bob Williams 154 Good luck to the class of Williams Jewelers R.L. (Bob) Williams 1976 317 Box Butte Alliance, NE 69301Jack Jill Customer Satisfaction is Always First 3rd and Black Hills Mike McLaughlin Brad Stone Western Auto Rich and Mary Ellen Reynolds Appliances T.V. furniture and things Crowe’s Sales Agency 204 W. 3rd 762-3954 Pictured are: Mr. Crowe, Mrs. Crowe. Mrs. Sakata. Marge Butcher. Joni Fraedrich. Sherry Jensen, Mark Crowe, and Benje Crowe. Good Luck Class of ’76 Congratulations Class of 76 1SSEd’s Used Cars 323 Flack As the book and this year nears its end. we have many thoughts and memories racing through our minds. From the moment we entered the halls of A.H.S.. we. as seniors, have grown to love our school and hate to leave it. The first hurdle in life always seems to be the hardest to overcome; at graduation we have finished a long uphill climb, only to begin again. Some will go on to college, some to service, and some to a vocation. No matter what road is taken, we may no longer dream about our future; now we must make it. High School days fade. The halls we roamed, teachers we bugged, and the nurse we ran from, the games, the plays, the contests will never be the same again. Only the memories will remain. Plains Implement and Motors 206 Cheyenne Tomilayne McAndrew Best Wishes To The Class Of 76 156Alliance Mobile Homes Bill Zieg's Signs and Agate Museum Wegner Chevrolet Best Wishes to the Class of 76 Congratulations to the graduates of 76 from the Arthur Johnson family Sloan Irrigation Pete's Clothing Howard J. Curtiss West Way Motel U.S. 2 385 West Strieker Farms Slagle Clinic Nebraska Typewriter and Equipment Company Patrick s Liquor Crum, Melick McAndrew Morrill's Rainbow Lodge Congratulations to the '76’ers Coast to Coast Nile Valley Federal Savings and Loan Association State Farm Insurance Arnie Engel—Lee Baumann, Agents Hudson Avenue Hobbies 615 Hudson Avenue Dr. and Mrs. Richard Jaggers Martin’s Tacos and BBO Arctic Circle Art Jerry's Ruth Cole congratulates the class of 1976 Elm Grill Tritle Plumbing Z S Sheet Metal Congratulations to the class of 76 Stahla Mobile Homes Rhoads' Thiele Drug Company Engelhaupt Motors Alliance Sta-New Cleaners Don’s Liquor Magic Mirror Alliance "66" Oil Company Walker's Repair Service Good Samaritan Village Congratulations Class of 76 American Legion Thiele Chrystal Shop O'Brien's Texaco Bates-Landa Funeral Home Terry’s Service J.C. Penny’s at the top of the Butte Alliance Motors Unlimited Woody’s Plumbing, Heating, and Appliances Dr. Robert W. Bowen and Dr. Keith P. Bowen Dee-Lite Bakery Deluxe Radiator Service Fenning’s Fancy Plants 508 Mississippi Neal Frost Inc. Jack's Texaco Western Potatoes Inc. Alliance LPN School « Grandview Grocery Best Wishes to the Graduates of 76 from the Nagaki Brothers 157I 5; w i- s O ' , s' ? 2 m 42 s •M — i 5 S in 9 2 $ g£©8 H?.e« 5 3 s - Tgla fc||4.s |i=ic-§ x _Cfl -• C J b J isli i J 11X • -to p ae — 5 «•{ ft •? _ 1 J»-. a ®.©. -z ■© 9 t ci £ = 2 5 1 • A "■ o2 © • ©«’ — fl cc© ■; (- • = £ — r. -5 . e « - 3 t- ®. M N. o b © 1 ■ “ n S3 2 3 3 3 -. I- m g S3P. 82=2 r' t »,©' x b = © = 2 ,r 9 -. = £ ® t-2|3.s -=.i=-cs'E" - ?£ . a a =“ . 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Patrick 110 Hart w ig, Sniija 55.110 Hawley. Gary 56.110 Herkman. Tom 110 Ilcaaheimcr. Mike 110 Higgins. Mike 110 Hood, Carole 110 loasi. Ronnie 12.50.51.56.110.111.129 Jant . karen 7.29.19.58.61.110 Jensen. Da'id 110 Jinks. Renee 7.11.20.22.23.28.61.69.70.110 Johnson. F.ddie 28.69.110 Johnson. I.ori 10.24.26.61.69.110.139 kistlrr. ka»e' 7.42.50.51.56.71.110 knaub. Carmen 24.19.55.58.61.68,69,110 kohler. irginia 111 koo er. Janet 11,32.55.61.65.110.111 Kowalski. Dave 111 ko al. Smll 111 kramer. Jonathan 24.25.11) krejei. Cheryl 29.61.69.111 krohn. kexin 111 kulas. I.auric 28.55.58.61.111 kiinrl. Rox 12.51.111 lamb. 1). Jim 28.29.111.136 Ungncr. Nancy 25.55.61.69.109.111 Uwmice. Da'id 54.111 LeFaxc. Danielle III l.cistrit . Jana 111 Lewis. nn 3.28,48.49.61.65 Lewis, kern 20.32.111.129 Liakos. Theodora 28.61.65.69.111,152 Lore, Gregory 111 Lore. Selina 5829.111 Lund' . Gavlene 61.69.111 Lundy. Guy 25.112.142 McCarthv. Shane 112 McDonald. Tim 112 MeVieker. Da'e 42.71.112 Mann. Richard 73.112 Mchring. Scott 112 Montgomery. Randv 112 Nagaki. Urn 12.50.69.75.112 Nansel. Debbie 24.26.55.58.59.64.69.97.112.128 No' otny. Kick 12.50.112 O’Lean. James 28.112 OUon. Jim 25.12.54.71.74.75.112 Olson. Tim 25.38.42.31.60.71.74.112.128 Panow ic . Pat 112 Panwit , ngic 9.10.21.26.58.61.69.112.129 Parker. Kml 112.136 Patino. Robert 112 Patrick. Mari' 12.74.112 Pcbley. Dawn 25.64.65.69.112.141 Peters. Tammie 112 Peterson. Mona I0.21.26.28.I8.4923.61.H2 Porter. Kim 112 Potmcsil. Roberta 72.112 Powers, Vvlena 112 Prclle. Denis 42.112 Renteria. Issac 112 Ringleman. Dennis 112 Kuhhins. Bruce 73.112 Roebuck. Pamela 112 Sanchez. Maria 112 Sehadw inkcl. Sue 2428,29.64.65.69,111.112 Schaffer. Jim 12.112 Schaffert, Sherry 25 Schocneman. Debra 29.69.112 Seidler. Becki 29.112 Shannon, kimberly 10.29.69.97.112 Sherlock 73.112 Simnson. Dirk 2427.42.53.56.61.71.112.136 Simpson. Shari 10.28.29.69.108.112 Simplon. Stuart 34.56.112.129.136 Snyder. Rose Marie 29.61,69.112 Staxropoulo . Mare 50.71.113 Studt. Lori 24.29.109.113 Thompson. Debby 10.29.113 Thomsen. Sonja 10.28.113 Titlel, Brad 1223.74.113 Todd. Marla 69.113 Toedtli. Donald (Chris) 53.113 1 nderwood. Lori 10.28.58.69.113 allejo. Mark 11.3 Vogel. Lori 29.69.M3 Vogel. alerie 29.113 W alker. Dennis 31.71.113 Walker. William 12.113 W atson. Janet 69.113 W eller. Mary 10.21.28.18.49.61.63.69.110.111.113 Weisgcrber. Blake 113 West. Brenda 29.113 Willey. Kenneth 12.51.113.136 W illianis. Robert 113 W ills. Janet 72.113 W ilson. Jan 28.61.69.110,113.137 Whitlock. Gene 4220.113 itlerkopf. Dan 113 Zobcl. Man 12.71,113 freshmen Barnett, Britt 111 Beck. Tory 111 Becker. Meredith 111 Benzel. Carl 3.111 Bolek. Debra 111 Bowhav. Brook 38.60.111 Buskirk. Marianne 114.117 Buskirk. Mark 111 Ca«sel. Kick 111 Charles. Peggy 111 Christensen. Greg 114.117.138 Clark. Da'id 73.114 Cole. Celeste 11 I Collins. Dale 73.111 ('.mail. Cheri 111 Crofull. Terry 111 Dalhey. Li»a 55.58.111.117 Debus. Brent 111.136,152 Deford. Uri 114,117 Dilarh, Betsey 111 DuBray, Debra M. 55,111 DuBray, Debra K. 11 I Dugger, Susan 111 Edwards. Charlene 117,119 Ellis. Shelli III Epperson, kim 58.111 Essex. Robyn 111 Estrada. Keith 111 E'ertson. Shaun 111 Fawcett. Gail 58.111 Fees. Scott 38.60.114.136 Fester. Ron 114 Fillinger. Barbara 55.Ill Finkey, Carol 114 Flores. Mario 114 Formatrom. Mark III Fraedrich, James 114 Frank. Scott 38,60.114 Galyrn. Lori 115 Gardiner, Man 115 Carton. Terry 115 Goff. Jane 58.114.115 Golden. Robvn 115 Gonzales, Jc f 115 Green. Kent 3.115.136 Cuilliatt. ngie 11 1.1 IS llagler, W arren 115 Hall. Cory 3.115.117.136 Handley, Leslie 115 Hansen. Rohnda 115 Hart. Jodi 115 llartwig. Roger 115 Ilashntan. Randy 115 Herman. Heidi 58.115 Hernandez. Rudy 115 Hoffmann. Tom 113 Hood, Mike 115 Hooper. Brian 115 Howell. Jackie 115 Jaggers. Ken 50.115,136 Jensen. Julie 115 Jine». Cheryl 115 Johnson. Darrell 115 Johnson. Jim 115 Johnson. Sharon 115 Johnson. Tom 50.115 keder. Douglas 115 keener. Greg 50.115.117 klinkacek. Pam 115 kohler. Virgil 115 kollars. Patty 115 kosmicki. kirt 38.44.60,115 Kraft. Peggy 58.115 kramer. Mike 115 Krause. Mike 115.136 Umpert. Don 115 Uurer. Natalie 58.1 I I.115.128 Uwrencc. Uurie 55.116 Leachman. Teresa 116.117 Uhl, Laurie 116 Liggett. Jeff 3.116 Ung. Cheryl 116 Ure, Shelli 116 Lore. Tom 116 Lundy, Bruce 116 Lynch, kelly 116 Magdaleno. Vurora 111.116 Mart. Francis 116 Maxwell, Cheryl 116 McNeil. Julie 116 Meade. ndy 116.1.36.152 Meng. Roger 116 Messersmith. Gerald 50.116.117.136 Meter. Jodi 58.116.117 Millhollin. Brad 116 Moat, Verla 116 Mundt, W arren 116 Nagaki. Jim 3.37.116 Nason. Robert 116 NeUon. Debra 55.116 Odell. Brian 116 ()dell. Denise 116 O’Uary. Steve 116 Panwil .. Teresa 116.117 Patino. Efrian life Pation. Frolian 116 Patrick. Rickey 116 Paulsen. John 50.116.136 Petersen. Mart' 116 Piihl. kelly 116 Porter. Chri 116 Prclle. Mike 3.20.116 Reitz. Ni.ki 72.116.117 Renteria. Kirk 50.116 Richman. kirk 73,116 Rockev. Brian 50.116 Rose, Marlene 116 Ryan. Steve 116 Sakata. Tracy 116 Schefcik. Dan life Sehommer. Dan life Seebohm. Susan 58.114.116.117 Sherlock. Greg 116 Sieck. Jem life Simpson. Stephanie 114,117 Smith. John 117 Smith. Penny 117 Smith. Waldo 73.117 Sowders. Ed 117 Starke. Randy 73.117 Stax ropolos. Colin 50.117 Strieker. Uurie 117 Sullivan. Polly 117 Suetsugu, Sandra 117 Svdow. Dan 117 Tapscott 55.117 Thie . Tod 117.136 Titlel. Tina 114.117 Todd. Tamie 117 Toedtli, Patrick 117 Tolsledl. Mark 72.73.117 Tschacher. Bret 117 Tachaehcr, Cindy 117 II nderwood, Sid 73.117 Vcjraska. Beth 117 W algrcn. Debbie 117 War Bonnet. John 117 Weed. Jana 38.S9._117 W mton. Diana 117 W illev. Mike 4.50.117.128 Williams. Jeff 50.115.117.136 Wilson. Mike 117 Woodworth. Dan 117 W right. Laura 117 "Yates. Mike 117 Zillinger. 'like 117 Zlomke, Karen 117 Zurn. Barbara 55.58.117flow even though we must go on alone to realize ourselves, We will still be MOJCWffl OJV ZO VSSZSKDAV with our memories And we will be trusting of the times when we’ll be together again. Clista Prelle 160


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