Amherst High School - Bronco Yearbook (Amherst, NE)

 - Class of 1954

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Of those fourteen years she has ser- ved twelve as principal. She also has hada sparkling career as dramatic coach. Students she has coadied have won ten trophies as well as many other awards and cezrtif icates of recognition Her greatest thrill dramatic coach was winning the Inter High Scholastic One Act Play Contest in '52 held a KSTC This is Mrs K1ng's last year of teaching We will regret the loss ofthis capable teacher Dean Holliday Bernardme Eckhout Marilyn Siebke Bill Ripp Marilyn Rienertson Glen Arp Betty Ripp Janice Curd Carl Mueller Bob Siebke Leatha Hawkins Margaret Siebke Derrald Krotz Ralph Loeffelholz Harold Wick U ' , as t .... ' ' . Sports Editors ............................. Larry Albright FACLLTY ip - ll ll Ci? 'QQ' LLNORI M IXING 111 Y r A L 'T .Qi IH I: ULRSPAN B LHL 'W 3 "'u.-no-I XLR H1 HODCJILS 59 RZ 11.42.-'-.24 E-f I PH I IxR5C,JN 'iv .Q ' Q Mmm, , IN-Z 4 WV GAY LORD HEADRICK -X: xbtawt Lough AROL SIMON ' iffi ' m f f SENIORS .4 . A E X 'Q X - .G , , 1 Y ? ff! I x 2 W . l ' T7 XM llmlluu X Q5 . QE 'EW DEAN HOLLIDAY JANICE CURD Presldent V1r.c. Pre sldent It xs only the xgnorant who despxse A gumlty consubncp nu-.r fu. s educatxon cure MARILYN SIEBKE You can not put thr. same shoe every foot CARL MUELLER Secretary Truasurer Thxngs are not always what they seem S.. HAROLD WICK LEATHA HAWKINS Do unto others as you would have Waste not fresh tears ovu' old grxefs tham do unto you a BERNARDINE ECKHOUT RALPH LOEFFELHOLZ lt do:-sn't matter how long you live, ll is 9353! for men to talk one thing but how well. and think another. 7 'faq ef V .fe-f GLEN ARP MARGARET SIEBKE No one knows what he can do t111 he Ihave oftan regrctud my speech trxes nevvor my sxhncr. www at 5 Ty BETTY RIPP BILL RIPP It mattmfs not what you are thought Hanging xs destmy Marmage hkevvmse. to be, but what you 8 t H , . 1 K' 4 t 7' 5 I , , , i Q 1 ' 1 y 1 Y 1 Q . , Q , 5 - .XXX ' . , K' Nw ' K. Q5 . o 5- , . in-1 ,1 V 3 f --" 5' ., K f 'ffi hi .,,4,,3f', . ,,'-yqfigf A ', ' ' aft. th 4' CN. fb u bhoulrl ko to L n1rs to 'in L BOB SIEBKE LARRY ALBRIGHT or ThL m.xt dxy lb num r so gvnoll day bl torn '6 4, ,PS 5 NC- N1.-XRILYN REINERTSON UERRALD KROVX Muf- 1 I good r.,-pxxtqixotw if morl .dluablc Pi 13- f 51' 5551111 -1U?f7V'- 'JT FIN IIIULSY, 9 Clas s H1StOIy In September 1950 21 green rresnmen entered tne halls ot Amherst I-hgh School Class offlcers were Presldent Bernardlne Eckhout V1ce Presldent Marllyn Remertson Secretary Mar1lyn Slebke and Treasurer Betty Rlpp Durmg our flrst year Rlchard Schnacker and .hm Vavra dropped out When school started 1n September 1951 17 sophomores entered school Durlng th1s year Jerry Journey and Joyce Pool moved away Class offlcers for the year were Presldent Bernardlne Eckhout Vxce Presldent Bob Slebke Secretary Treasurer Betty Rlpp In September 1952 17 Junlors agaln entered school Dur1ng th1s year we gave our Junxor Play Thgre'11C0rr1e A Day We also gave the Junxor Senlor Banquet IH the Crystal Ball Room of the Fort Kearney Hotel We used the gypsy theme for the banquet Class offlcers were Presldent B111 Rlpp V1ce Presldent Mar1lyn Slebke Secretary Treasurer Betty Rlpp For our last year of school startmg September 1953 16 senrors entered the halls of Amherst H1gh for thelr flnal year JoAnn Shafto Went to Pleasanton to school thls year We recelved our class rlngs the second day of school Some of the hlghllghts of our Senlor Year were 1n1t1at1on senlor plctures senlor play .lunlor Senlor Banquet and snr ak day Class off1cers are Pres1dent Dean I-Iolllday Vlce Presldent .lanlce Curd Secretary and Treasurer Carl Mueller Class Sxnger Shortest Blushes the Easlest Oldest Shortest Hau- Glggles the Most Most Muscles Nlcest Personallty Most Bashful Class MUSICIHU Class Bra1n Quletest Class Actor Slenderest Class Carpenter Carl Mueller Betty R1pp Leatha Hawklns Cvlen Arp Marllyn Sxebke Margaret Sxebke Bernard1ne Eckhout Mar1lyn Relnertson Derrald Krotz JBTIICS Curd Dean I-Iolllday Larry Albr1ght B111 R1pp Bob Slebke Ralph Loeffelholz CLASS MOTTO Do not turn back when you are Just CLASS FLOWER Amer1can Beauty Rose CLASS COLORS Green and Whlte at the goal O , - . 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Harold Wick 10 Clas s Wlll I Larry Albright will my A's in modern problems to Chuck Krueger hopmg hp W111 do bett r than I I leaye my basketball ability to Clyde Riessland my shop ablhty to Marvin Catterson and for all of the lessons I didn t do in English I leave my book to lylrs King To Deloss Trampe I leave the Wood shavings in the shop hoping he llkeg to sweep better than I I Glenn Arp w1ll my long curly hair to Jerry Fisher my height to Danny Kenney 'nv weight to Dewaine Sohrxxe1d and my athletie ability to Clyde Rlesgland 11eaxL all my A's in modern problems to Lois Siebk To Mrs King I leave my old play books I Janice Curd will my ability to sing bass to Jane Rumeck my dark hair to Jim Wuehler and the ice skating partles We never had to Chuck Krueger To Spencer Schnoor I leave all of the band pract1ces that I enJoyed so much I Be rnardine Eckhout will my slenderness to Doris Simshauser my ability to fix short hair to Jane Rumbeck and all of my many boy admirers to Pat McMahon Marles Daake and Phyllis Adelung To the lower classrooms I will the knowledge that God gave me of the alphabet in consideration of the follow1ng librarians I Leatha Hawkins vill my long curly hair to Jane Rumbe ck my athletic ability to Maru Leathers and my abllity to sing bass to Phyllis Adelung so that she will not have to 511g by the teacher Last of all I leave all of my blush1ng moments to Spencer Se hnoor I De an Holliday will my liking for band to Edward Rumbeek and Charles Krueger I leaye my rumpled hair to Jimmy Royle my love for building boats to Clyde RISSS ability to shoot grouse 1n hopes that he might h1t one on his next tr1p to the sandhllls to Ivir Wiederspan I Derrald Krotz will my A's 1n modern problems to Lois Siebke my ambition in traek to Jim Wuehle r and my ability to eat candy 1n school time without being caught to Deloss Tramps To Mrs King I leave all my unfinished English papers I Ralph Loe ffelhola will my height to Jerry Fisher my athletie ability to Marvin Catte rson and Lore n Bosshame r and my modern proble ms book to Riehard Anderson To Mrs King I leave all of 'ny play books I Carl Mueller be ing of sound body but We ak mind will my Lite riture book to Pet Rumbe ek I will my high basketball scoring aye rag to Charle s Kru-e ge r T Rlehard Anderson I leaye my modern problems book knowing h will enjoy it I ull my inability to get out oi cleaning the shop to Loren Bosshamer I Marilyn Reinertson yy ill my loye to eat in hom making class to Nancy Belschner hoping she will gain as mueh weight as I did My cl an shoes to Jane Rumbeck and my loye for se hool dances to Jerome Eckhout and Chuck Krueg r ll O , I , VI I . , 9 V ' ' ' . . . I I 1 I , ' 1 ' - . . 'J I I ' - I I l I A ' I . 1 L I 3 7 I A I' I I A I f l ' , - rx 7 i Y I I I3 x A , . Y ' ' y A , A , . . , , . . II 7 ! 1 I I 2 I' I I I J I I I x' m , I I p I . x E . , J x . y b. . . X , '1 A I I 1, 'A I - land, and my ability to take noiseless flash pictures to Lee Anderson. I leave my l Y I I I I. 'I I I I . 1 s 1 , I . ' '- e . . I 4' ' ' . I. y I 1 y ,I V 5 I , I ' . C - e 1 il 1 ' V I ' I I I I tb x ' x x I O I ' I v .x ,x 1 II Lx VI ,x I I , I v 4' y fI I' vp 1 I e ' v 1 . . . , W . , . y 8 L C1 U 5 lurophe Q y I x ' ' ' 'w' V. A 3 ,. p ft w ji lp fl i fl 1 A V, , , nj ' 'A VT f : 'N , ., U il Q V , J 4 ' . ' . - ' L' f w F T- - -f , ' YV V r A i ' -4 1 Q ' V ' . X J Mar1lyn Re1nert5on has been 1n PBIIS for the last four seasons She IS a model for Chr15t1an D1or the famous des1gner Her speclalty 1S model1ng undergarments I heard that she lS 5t1ll s1ngle and that her father 1S offer1ng f1ve farms to the man that marr1es her Betty R1pp 1S now a nurse at the Good Samar1tan Ho5p1tal 1n Kearney Mrs Gaylord Headr1cks 1S the head nurse and Betty 1S the chlef headache Betty and Bob Buettner have been go1ng steady for f1ve years now but he st1ll hasn't popped the question Betty has almost glven up hope for some strange reason B1ll R1pp IS now the world champ1on motorcycle r1der In h1s new rocket powered Job he h1t an easy three hundred m1les an hour HIS Wlfe the former Jane Rumbeck nas begged h1m to slow down but he 1S always try1ng for more speed Last week he sped from Moscow to Parls 1n th1rteen hours twenty mlnutes and f1fty three seconds Bob S1ebke 1S the ass1stant Secretary of State He has been very successful so far H15 b1ggest ach1evement has been h1s settllng the cold war between the planet Earth and the planet Pluto the planet of dogs The agreement was that the world was to send to Pluto a m1ll1on cans of dog food 1n exchange for the Pluton1on grapefru1t a 1ru1t the SIZ9 of a watermelon f1lled Wlth ICE cream Margaret S1ebke who 1S now marrled to General Arp has only one l1ttle Arp Th1s one doesn t keep Margaret very busy so she collects clgar bands Margaret 1S the Fly1ng Saucers Mar1lyn S1ebke 1S st1ll an old ma1d Steve Owens and Lester Blunk have been argulng flghtlng and duellng over her hand for many years now Mar1lyn took over her mothers Job 1n Schnoor s Store To break the monotony Mar1lyn sa d Harold W1Ck moved on h1S grandfathers farm after he retlred Harold and Leatha have had pretty good luck on the farm They drlve around 1n a new seven hundred and e1ghty f1V8 horsepower Cad1llac They also have a new Jet a1rplane to carry the1r k1d5 argund The plane holds forty passengers so they don't need to get a b1gger model for a few years at least Supt Ke1th W1EdEFSpaH 1S now the new athlet1c d1rector at Columb1a Un1vers1ty HIS brother Ken 1S head football coach at M1ch1gan State They have developed the b1ggest 1nter school r1valry 1n the Un1ted States Brother Ken 15 ahead so far by n1nety f1ve contests Mrs Lenore Klrlg couldn't stand the monotonous l1fe on the farm so she 1S back on the Job of teach1ng school She had Hazard school opened espec1ally for Johnny and shr 15 the Head Teacher and the only teacher Mr H adr1cks after two years at Amherst H1ghJo1ned the MQTIUCS He Sald Anythlng 1S better than trymg to teach those knuckleheaded k1dS somethmg 14 . . . , . . U , . . . . . I v 7 . ! . I ' universal president of the W.L.A. F. S. , the Womens League for Abolishment of . , I u . I . . A ' ' I , ll ll, ' . ,I . . . g . . Aw WI 31 f UNDERGRADUATES 2 bg , L .gh 5626 ., X' K1 Tji? . 's XC Xl Nr' ' Qlll H' N - Q Jr W 1 T X wxmmlx R I' l Mzwl , 1 1 ki I V Vffffvwfw 1 ' 5 ywfw ' W'-, 13, kilix' ' Fw' ff' 1"NiWL HIM 7 I! 'aw X Qu-5 Ehwrx ERONI ROW an B lx s Disk Palsy Mt Mihon Phxllls Ad lllly, BAK K ROW a ern R s a cl ss or n s lXl3I"Xlll Wa jun1ors ent: rad thn halls of Axnhtrst I-hgh School as a group of grn an freshma n ln the fall of 1951 Wt ware 1n1t1at:d by tht SKHIOFS durlng tht second wt ck of school Our ten members once agaln entered fOr thelr sophomore Veal' Our glass offut rs durlng the year were Presldent Nancy Belschner Vlce Presldent Deloss Trampt Secretary Treasurer Patsy McMahon Our Juruor year began w1th all ten members Later 1n the year Shlrley Stevens left old Amherst Hlgh to attend school at Elm Creek In November of 1953 we presented our class play Showdown at Sawtooth' wlth Mrs Klng as our dlrector Class off1cers ID our Juruor year were Prts1drnt Loren Bosshammer V1cL Pre s 1dr nt Dtloss Trampe Scerttary Trnasurc r Naney Belschner Ntws Rtportrr Marvln Catterson Mrs Kmg was our sponsor 16 ' fi s s -e- ll n 3 i S O S 1' 5 .' K N cy L-lsvhner, l.xrl--5 2' 1-, ' 'J , A' V' U 1 '- I '. L V 1:-xsl n , Dmrlo 'K 'l'r:1x::p', L L: Bos 'harxxt-r, f '- Cattvrson, Harlan Stemhausur, Mrs. Klng. . , C . - y . x . - X , . . V 1 . I - . . I V k F W . II 1 ,' ' Y ' ' 5 ! . 4 D . . I ' V J ' A - , l 3 - J - ,. - , , 2 - 1 , . , , - , , 1 r 5 2 , O , o l a V 0 1 s rn ' O I' LEFT TO RIGHT1 Jerry Fisher, Edward Rumbeck, Charles Krueger, Mr. Huad- rick, Richard Anderson, Marie Leathers, Nancy C-latter, KNO! p1ctured, Dewaine Sohrwe1d.j The trouble started 1n the fall of 1952, when our small group of n1ne green "fresh1es' set foot 1n Amherst H1gh School We were glven a royal 1n1at1on by the semors the day of our flrst football game The Freshman Sopomore class offlcers W re Pres1dent LaVern R1essland V1c Prcsldent Dewalne Sohrweld Secretary Nancy Glatter Treasurer Deloss Trampe We started our sophomore year Wlth an even smaller enrollment seven members Marv1n Wahl dropped out and Larry Delaet moved to Cal1forn1a The Frc shmen and Sophomores Won 1n the Goldenrod subscrxptlon contest and agaln we were glven a party We also had a class party at Cottonm1ll Lake followed by a show The Freshman Sophomore claSS off1cers are Presldent Jerry Flsher Vme P1-Q51 dent Nsmcv Glatter Secretary, Lo1s S1ebke, and Treasurer Spencer Schnoor 0 FRONIF ROW Frsddu Adclung Bnrnard Rlpp Jam Rumbeck Dorxs Slmshausrr B rnard In ssland Danny Kenney BAC K ROW r H adrlck Sp nc r Schnoor Jxmnu Roylc James Wu hl L And rson G1rvSorhwz.1d Larry Sorhw ld J rome Eckhoul Clyd R1 ssland Darrrll frampc On September 7 1953 a group of elghteen freshmen entered the halls of Amharst I-hgh School A couple of weeks later we were 1n1t1ated by the senlors Sxx weeks after school started James Wuehler Jolned us makmng mneteen 1n our C1355 Our f1rst party was a p1cn1c supper at Cottonmlll Lakt Aft: r thu p1l,Il1C we went to the show The next Pa1'tY Wa-S the Goldenrod Pa1'tY The JUHIOTS and senlors lost the subscr1p tlon contest and gave us a party The teachers gave us a Chr1stmas party where w danced and exchanged glfts ln February Mary Rasmussen moved away g1v1ng us once agaln e1ghteen Our class offlcers wer Presldent Jerry Flsher Vlce Presldent Nancy Glatter Secretary Lo1s Slebke Tr asurer Spencer Schnoor 17 . , , I . y 7 - D D ' - I 1 . . . , , , . D - X . . . g I K 7 1 J 1 , ' 1 f Q . 1 V . I ' 2 I .D D ' - ' Z 1 ' . ' , S . , n I Ra, X b C R' 7, a I I - T S 1 S - 4 ,..,, .. I r I r I m g n I 1 1 I - I 1 - - - . . V . I I H4-lenS14:hk4-, Lois Sxebke, Mary Rasrnusscn, Jean Ruruh--Ck, n 'A , - , L , A I f lvl , U. " , c 'u ' , ,' ' ', ' ' 9 er, VU U ' , E 1 l " , 'l'- , U ' S , ' ll if ' , A f S '. . , , I . I . W ' , ' 2 I ' - ' ' - 1 i . . I l - ' l I ' 4 m r Q ' - ' 1 l , - ' - A -9 ' . Q. ' - ' - ' c. - v v - U I Ll - I x - n HN me Q HV ,mf ffm GRADE SCHGUL 5 2 C-QM, 0 0' 0 a- " Z , E 0... ,YO A Aki ' . Z4 X Av mouff qw. A MMI? . -N I J 6 ,V s 5 5 X2 Q .I 1 FRONT ROW Jane Parker P ggy Tra IS Connle Barth Donna Daakt Dorothy F1ShlT Mar xa Blo1s ChLrylPl1schkc Donnu. Arrax t Joys Curd D1ck1eG1bb0ns Gerald Rasmussen Gxrx 'Nuttl man Mrs Kxl In October Kenny and Connle Barth returned mak1ng a total of 16 ln the Jumor Hlgh Room Some of the aCt1v1t1es for the year were two semester part1es a Chr1st mas and Va1ent1ne'5 party and the annual spelhng contest at Mlller The Junlor I-hgh took part ln a Chrlstmas operetta Gerald Rasmussen moved away 1U February, leav1ng a total of 15 The Glrls took part 1n physlcal educatlon and the boys partlclpated 1n the W R V C grade school basketball tournament They recelved lst place trophy AAQBXU -- I' zo u i I1 z 'A , 'r fi ' . W , ' 1 1 R 1 O I' ': , P ' V' . ' , '. ' ' , Li' ' , - ' 1 1 S. BACK ROW: Kenny Barth, Harvey Fisher, Shirley Hadwigcr, Nlona Mlleller, .N ' e. , I A , K I A L Y , I . . . . , ' . . u . . . ' cg ' r A A -1 n O 3 o In In ffl 3 FRONT ROW. Dtwazlmv- Arrants, Emmet! Maul, Gary Harmoney, Donovan Ryun, Collw-n Albright, Ju.-Kun Arrants, Betty Albright, Carol Hadwiger, Cfllll-'TlIi.. lftl-chcmt, hl21l"LLflI"2l Albright, Connie Ryun, Darlene Arrxxuts. BACK ROW. Carroll Kxmmrzxon, Bobby Trax 15, lJ:'.1uCurd, Byron Travis, Ronnie Hadxxig.-r, i-Irzzrr.-,It Bosshanx -r, K1:rm1tBos5han1er, Mickey Kenney' lwlelvm Parkrr, Gaylord Part--rsou, Jimmy Eukhout. School started September 7, with Z5 enrolled in the 3rd, 4th,and 5th grades. Jeanne Williams left our room after attending two months. Donovan and Connie Lou Ryun joined us at the beginning of the second Semester. This made 17 boys and 9 girls enrolled. Bobby Ripp, R.onnie Hadwiger, Catherine Eckhout, Byron Travis, Mickey Kenny, Jim Eckhout and Betty Albright took beginning band. At Halloween time we entertained the primary room by giving a play and in return they gave a play for us. At Christmas time we exchanged gifts and for Valentine's Day We had a party and Valentine exchange in the gym. On February 19 we all journeyed to Miller to participate in the annual spelling contest Q ll School started September 7 1953 with an enrollment of twenty two pupils There are nine in the kindergarten eight in the first grade and five in the second During the year Jerry Williams moved away Our room participated in the Christmas P T A which was an Operetta Red Candles Second graders entered the W R V C Spelling Conti st which was held at Miller on February 19th On Hallovxe en Easter St Valentine Davy and Christmas the room enjoy d parties FRONT ROVN Jo nuy rtlxhodt Dam I rt rn an Phyll Hadwiglr Ricky BACK ROV! itkx K c 1 xx hir n Rxdn Caro Klmy, ll r t Z1 I 1 1 I ' ' - . l , 7 ' ' ' ' ' vu I . . . , nv , 1 - ' ' Q ' , , . . I C . . : h ' Qc' ' , . 's k.1ZT..E.' 1 , ' is " ' , A I-larzzmr..-., Jeri-5 5.l.1',il, KQNFL--5tr:1.x:1, R'l5:Jll Sthukar. '. R ' ' uflflcr, D1'.LlB.131b1lI, R.1.'1::e:xd O 1-ns, '. L- , l ' fu io Z.-r, Cirolvr K1:1:p.i::1o:i, M Pr' L-rson. vu- 'W 5 49' "S-.-r' 7a-r -1-A Mleh xl flllc spl irr 1 I X-11 1454 om ...fl 'WJ r--.. Brrnda Rxpp Comm Kxnnalnan arry Gibbons ll gi it N, -an-f Ltd FV Amir n Al Iflkhl When school began m September we had nlne n W llttle faces There were three g1rls and Svc boys At f1rSt we bs came acqualnted by tellmg each other Come of our experlenc s Latar 1n the year xx enjoyed our n vv r aders We all can prlnt our names and yyrlte our numbers The sand tabl was an lnu restlng place durlng our play tlme Durmg the year W got to 'lttm nd all the school partles of our room Wk hay prog ressed 1n our school work thls year zven though we att nded only a half day Z X ,, ay K . , 5' ua , " M ' Q' ii Wk xml, ' h 5, A . 57 - f .T-f" ,I 1, xfw ' R f Q 'n ' mg. J' gi 'v Ig -y KL ,l.'r Lozmlv .' Ltlvmril' . ,.,r f 1 my a -f -e X b n 6 r ' 6 'A s' r f t " g,!vvi:.,3VklN? 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' , I Thls year there were twenty s1x boys out for football I bel1eve th1s IS the large st squad Amherst has ever had Twelve of these boys are freshmen whlch w1th a llttlc more experlence should develop 1nto a flne team The freshmen had a game w1th M1ller whlch they won 18 6 Lee Anderson scored three touchdowns for Amherst The freshmen and sophomores formed an eleven man team and played the Glbbon freshmen Amherst won 13 7 Rumbeck scored two touchdowns and Krueger made an extra pomt On an extra rough schedule Amherst flnlshed the season w1th a record of three wlns and f1ve losses LaVern Rlessland was chosen on the all conference team wh1ch 15 very good Along w1th h1m were Ron Thels of Rlverdale Joe McFarland and Dough D1ckerson of Sumner Don W1ll1ams of M1ller and Lou1s Conroy of Oconto Some of the h1ghl1ghts of th1s year s football team were LaVern Rlessland s hard runnlng Dewalne Sohrwe1d's extra po1nts B1ll Rlpp S and Derrald Krotz's runrung and J1m Wuehler s tacklmg agalnst M1ller The football lettermen are Derrald Krotz Carl Mueller B111 R1pp Harold W1Ck Dean Holllday Ralph Loeffelholz LaVern Rlessland Deloss Trampe Loren Boss hamer Marvln Catterson, Dewalne Sohrweld and Pete Rumbeck Larry Albrlght and Bob Slebke rece1ved student manager letters A1'T1h91'St Opponents Indlvldual Scorlng Overton Eddyv1lle Rlverdale Sumner Elm Creek Pleasanton Oconto M1ller R1e s sland Rlpp Krotz Mueller Loeffelholz Rumbeck Sohrwe1d W1Ck ' E B 0 i- A' - ,I . af Vf ,1 A O 1 5 3 Q , 1 . 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L Mu UA' X fs ifisfiv' Rlverdale F Cv T P T AVE Basketball Amherst had a successful basketball season agaln th1s year We took second place 1n the Wood R1ver Valley Conference Tournament Amherst dropped out of Trl Valley th1s year In the W R V C tournament Amherst was second seeded behlnd Sumner The f1rst nlght we ran over Oconto 65 32 The second nlght we met a fast Odessa fxve Th1S was a thr1ller whlch Amherst won 39 38 1n an overtlme The last n1ght we played Sumner and were defeated Z1 35 Amherst played a t1ght zone dcfrnse mak1ng Sumner shoot long shots and Sumner played a good man to man defense whlch accounted for the low score Th1S year Amherst had a very strong B team whlch won ten games and lost only two Loren Bosshamer was chosen on the all conf: rence team lhe f1rst team usually had Loren Bos shamer at center Larry Albr1ght and Carl Mueller at forwards and Harold WICK and B1ll Rlpp at guards Amherst Opponents Ind1v1dual Scorlng Mlller Odessa Sumner Eddyvllle Oconto Bos shamer WICK Albrxght R1pp Rumbeck Mueller 3 ZZ O Elm Creek Rxverdale Odessa Pleasanton Oconto W R V C Odessa W R V C Sumner W R V C WITCOX West Kearney Krotz Kenney Holl1day Arp Catte rson 23 30 655 These totals are only f1gured up to the D1StTlCt tournament vmth mort games to play Se cond Team Scor1ng Amherst Opponents lnd1v1dual Scorlng Rwerdale Mlller Odes sa Sumner Eddyw 1lle Oconto Elm Creek Rlverdale Ode ssa Plc asanton Wlleox We st Kearncy 2.6 Catter son Sohrvt e1d Trampe Kenney Rlessland Krueger Stelnhauser Runbeck Arp Flsher Holhday Schnoor Krotz Eckhout Wuehler 57 ' 46 . .-F.T. F. . .- .P. . 37 ' 28 10 56-107 52.3 6 18 7 43 39 ' 33 43-80 53.7 1 9 22 49 ' 33 19-53 35.9 85 33 ' - 30 ' Z4 ll-31 35.5 59 62 47 18 7-14 50 43 22 - 31 - 10 19-48 37.5 39 74 ' 65 sohrweia 4 5-10 50 13 41 30 4 4-14 28.5 12 66 40 2 7-14 50 ll 63 .... 32 ' 4 2-6 33.3 10 39 .... 38 2 3-6 50 7 Zl .... 35 2 1-8 g 12.5 5 30 ' 64 9 177-391 45. 9 44 . - 30 Z8 ' Z1 85 27 ' 15 1' 60 ' - 42 18 . 50 ' 34 47 49 32 1' l8 ' 33 29 - 24 31 21 - 23 ' 13 31 ' - - l5 - ll 37 . 17 46 - 3 12 25 ' - 21 25 - - -f Z2 X xx ff Hyman-A Bossham Bdsk Lball Squad ull w1Ck RIPP Albrxght Krotl af ' Z7 H H Xrp Track Durxng last years track season Amherst placed second 1n the Buffalo County track mf et the W R V C meet and the D1str1ct Meet In the W R V C meet Sumner nosrd us out by three polnts At the D1str1ct meet Jlm Barth and Perry Kenny qual1f1ed for the State meet m L1nco1n J1m qual1f1ed rn the dxscus and Perry qual 1f1ed 1n the h1gh Jump and h1gh and low hurdles .hm fa1led to place but Perry took thxrd place 1n the hlgh hurdles We art lookmg forward to a good track season thxs year Coach Welderspan 1S expectlng a lot from Ralph Loeffelholz ln the hurdles and from Carl Mueller and Dr an Holllday 1U the half m1le All 1n all Amherst should have a good track sc ason thls year S1x of the elght lettermen w1ll be back thrs year Dean Holllday B111 Rlpp Carl lwlur ller Larry Albrlght Ralph Loeffelholz and LaVern Rlessland Prom1s1ng mate-r1al lnclude Glen Arp Derrald Krotz Loren Bosshamer Deloss Trampe Charles Krueger Pete Rumbeck Jerry Flsher Dewalne Sohrwe1d Harold W1Ck M1rv1n Catterson Rlchard Anderson Larry and Gary S0hrwe1d Lee Anderson Jun Royle Bernard and Clyde Rlessland Jrm Wuehler SPCUCCI' 5Chr1001' Jerome Eckhout Danny Kenney Darrell Trampe and Freddle Adelung myom QPXXZKQ rl llbi'-KL'-as 78 . 4 . . . 9 . , . . , A , , , , . 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