Falls City High School - Orange and Black Yearbook (Falls City, NE)

 - Class of 1951

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FALLS CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL FALLS CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION X'-16 Seated lleft to nghtl Joe Reavls Gene Bullock Bayard Clark Berlyn Slnelds Standing M U Burton Corbon Taylor Edwin Towle Supermtendent R R Andrews The students of the Falls Cnty Schools could not ask for a finer group of men than we have on our Board of Educatuon Thenrs as the responsnbnlnty of seeung that the hnghest standard of educatuan as upheld ln all our Cary schools Theur work whrch as to see that the taxpayers money as used to :ts fullest advantage receives the enthussasfuc cornrnendatuon of the people of Falls Cnty Thenr ofhcers consrst of GENE BULLOCK President BERLYN SHIELDS Vlce President BAYARD CLARK Secretary -.nuonouauu aanaunnonasnnsoo c o n aooooaaoonoosouu 0 , .Hnssoanansn Io. , , .---magna-aaa.-0-.Hn ,, nvannnnoauqauonn 0. .- -on...-pq..-H..-u .-'.....-Q..-fu..-H. u'--Q..-on--nano.. lu .I oaaanaoaoonuo o' .. . ,. . , .. ..'. , , .. .. . .. .. .. .. ..... , .,..-... , .. 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PHYLLIS BECHTELHEIMER Commercial I 2 3 4 Home Ec or Poll 4 Music Contest 2 3 4 Chorus I 2 3 4 Glee Club2 3 4 Operetta 234GAAAwords34 an t Com G ls Phy Ed I I had to study for that one BONNIE BELL GILBERT BETTERTON Academic 2 3 Commercial 3 Trades and Ind I 2 Academic 3 Home Economics I Chorus I 2 4 Chorus2 3 Co operative Train Orchestra I G A A Awards 3 4 ing4 Banquet Corn 3 Wedding Bells BARBARA BRANNIN Academicl 2 3 4 GAA Awards I 3 Woman in White TOMMY COLBERT Academic I 2 3 4 Class Officer Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Oran and Black Staff 4 District Music Contest I 2 3 4 and I Orchestra I 2 3 Jr Sr Banquet Com 3 Jr Sr Banquet Toast 3 Dance Band 2 3 4 Mink Clinic 3 Sax Ouartette 3 Drum Major 3 4 Drum Mayor Ethyl tonight LEONARD BUNGE culture I The Nemaha Kid ROBERT COOPER Voc Agriculturel 2 3 Co Opera tive Training 4 Honor Roll I 2 Dis rict Music Contest 3 Chorus I' One of the James boys ' , , I I R Il , , , 2 , , , , , 4 I, 2, Hon X I, 2, 3, , Dist ' ' ' , , I , I I , , Q . 1. 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VIRGINIA FERGUSON Aaernrcl 2 3 4 I-lomeEC I 2 4 Vrce Pres 3 Honor Roll 3 4 Orange and Black Staff 4 ent Actlvltles 4 G A Awards 3 4 Banquet Com sPhysEdI234Cou Gow 3 C A A Offlcer4 Spr ng IS bursttng out all over MARJORIE GERWECK Carnmercrcl I 2 3 4 Home Eco namlcs I, 2, Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Orange and Black Staff 4, Gtrls' Phxsl al Ed I, 2, 3 Future Stenographer PATRICIA DODDS Acadermc I 2 3 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Student Actrvltues Com 2 Dust Musuc Contest 2 3 4 Chorus G e Club I 3 4 eretta I 2 Class Plays3 G A A Awards 3 Jr Banquet Corn 3 G sPnysEdl234 She wants to be a pull pusher ELINOR DUEY Commercral I 2 3 4 Orche tral But Mother lt as only 2 I5 FRANK FALLOON Aco emlc I 2 3 4 Class Pes dent 2 Honor Roll I 2 3 Orang and Black Staff 4 Student Artryl tres Com I 3 Class Plays3 Foot b Awards 2 3 4 Basketlall Awards 2 3 Track Awards 3 Jr Sr Banquet Com 3 Boys State 1 County Government 3 If l were taller I could late put It up myself GENE FREHSE Sacred Heart I 2 3 A adem Trade at Mclvlahon s JIM GLOVER Academrc I 2 3 4 Chorl Glee Club 3, Oberetta 3 Mother, Joe dld tl I,2,,1,eE,I,,:HOf1- Az I - I - ,,I H ,,, ,,: 2,3,4: le ,2,,:Op- F , , , , ,, , . ,. . . .1 t trl ..,,,. 2 I w S , 5 1 - 2,1 ,112 , , I,2, ,, ys3, .A.A, , I N, ff . 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UQ-. 1- ow' KENNETH KIEFFER TED KIEKHAEFER Academic l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. l, Acodemrc l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll l, Muslc Contest l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student Acrlvltles Com 3, 3, Track Awards 2, 3, 4, Basket- Chorus 3, Culee Club 3, Class Plays ball 3 4' Football 4, 3 Football Awards 2 3 4' Basket- tcll Awards 3 4 Track Avrsrds 4 F, C Hrgh s far ealcr J, ,QOvemm,3,,, 5 KAY KINSEY Academlc l 2 3 4 Honor Roll 3 Dlstrlct lvl src Contest l 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Glee Club2 3 4 Ban l 4 Ooeretta 2 3 lass Plays 3 Jr Sr Banquet Com 3 Same tlme some place ELAINE KRONDAK Arodemlcl 2 3 4 Home Econ l Honor Roll l 2 3 4 Orange and black Staff 4 Drst Speech Contest Ds lvlrslc Contest l 2 3 orus l 2 3 4 Glee Club l Ba d 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Operettal 2 Class y 3 Banquet Com 3 Boy ts thrs good' EVELYN LARKIN Commerctal l 2 4 Home Eco mtcsl 2 3 4 Dlstnct Contest 3 C arus 4 Glee C l 2 3 4 Ooere ta A A Awards 3 4 Gym l Mrxed Chorus 4 See my new shoes FLOYD McCARTY A ademrc l 2 3 4 Orange a d filo k Staff Student Achymes Com l Dtstrlct Must Contest 3 4 horus 3 4 lee ub Football 3 4 Banauet3 Phys Ed l 2 3 4 Basketball Manager He cares for lrttle Nt ttct's up of BILL KOCHHEIM A ademlc l 2 3 4 Orange and Ba k Stott 4 Band Contest 2 3 4 Cnorus 2 3 4 Choru Contest l Hand2 3 4 Banquet Com Sml e please NORMAN LAPE Voc rlculltur 2 3 4 Ho o Mlnk Contest 3 4 F F A 2 3 4 Football Awards at lS showlng at the O I C ty GARY LEMMON a emu l 2 3 4 Class r r nt l nor R ll Orange and B ack Staff 4 Student Artryltles Com 2 Dlstrrct Sbee h Or hestra l 2 3 4 Class Plays 3 Jr Sr Banquet Com 3 Banquet Toast 3 Mrnk Cllnlc 2 3 l Sa'e Musrc Cllnlc 3 Hos Band Cl nrr 3 4 Student Band Dt re tor 2 3 4 Brass Ensembles l 3 4 Woodwlnd Ensembles l 2 4 County Goyernment onc' Vt e Pres One Act Plays 3 4 E nd Exe u we Board 2 Ohe of F9 Earrym res BYRON MEINZER 0 Agr 4 Studen -1 CY' 2 4 Tra k Bangu om n Fyc Ed Ea arrnk and be merry Tomorrow you may l aye to s a n , , 1, I I ,xr ,F I I C d D f-,dy r Av 1 , D ' , , , Q Q 5 , , Y , 3 V U 1 r r Z lf I r r ' A s . d,1,: ,QC ,,g 21, , ,-3. , I , A , f, J . 5 AQ 2 l, , , , W lilllr ng, ' , . 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I- W r, cmrw .ft Errqk DAVE RUSH COLEEN SAILORS Fw land 5 best U mmer DENNIS SAILORS Afodemrf 3 4 Voc Agrrrulturo I qenIorVrre Pres Chorus 4 Font br I TQII dark cw1Imnc mme' RUTHANN SCHLERETH mm r ral I -I Home 0 m 5 I-I nor ROII I I Orcnge Oni BIG k Src I -1 Ds Us C rw es rw I r mesrrcn AvvCrfIs 4 Qr Clue-I I 3 H35 G rw C Burwd N r rm KS fxre' 'mms I r mm DONALD SCHOLL ees and Ind I 2 3 I CFOL mrmrrrl 2 3 4 Home Trr K 2 Footbo 2 m Ho mms I A A Aw rds I A A 2 Qyrn A A Offrrer X rwrks me VM NONA MAE SAWYER mm0rrr1II 3 I Home mm C C ll 0 Q Thr rw Ll MARTHA SCHN UTE I 2 ommer C yi OU CW N DOROTHY SHOUSE A I VTMFFI dm Trd ,,,,A,.r1s CII MII, , ,, 4, If , II ,Q vw ,fs I, 2, -I, nor ROII 3 4 , , C , J, G, C Af C " 1, CI , 3, -I, C 2, 3 4 A , 1 A ' , fr ,211 A , 24 - , g - fs I, 2, 3, 4, .horns I, 2, 3 -I III 4 KIIOP EI In 2 , , If, N rYwIwr, pl? fn 1, If yw CO 1: ,2,3,', Er- Ariemf , ,C i'I2 no ,Q I,2,5, O ,2,5, 'irI,'P' ,Ed I,2,i f 4 - , ffm M ,,- O 7 If I, Q '5 I4 T In Irfo I s. Q mc, be Bc 1 , 2, 3 -I, OI !', WIIIINII 'f A A ., S, ,Jr -, Ifcrw- 1, CrI'P E I2 -I, DCI ' I, 2, n, -I, A .1 -f'-1 -3, I'm S1 , I, 2, -I SIIQ , wo ' Iwrrr 'ni Agr T, 2, S, 4, Chorus E, 'wveffl I, 2 E, 4, Crcfge C Ecfj E, F F A I, 2, Pws E: I, : 31 i':+4 4, Cfeer Lease' 2 A TF A , Awards 5 4, fre P 5 Q 555 'ree me-'fc 3 'K' Q' If rw err, OLS Hi' 'e DON SIMPSON Trades and lndustry l, 2, Aiadernlc 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Phys Ed. 2, 3. Mlss Betz, .t's hot ln here. VIRGIL STEINHAUER aern l234FOotl Shal I chetk the all? DON STEWART Acad msc l 2 Trades ard ndus trles Q 4 Hadacol Kld DONETTA SUMNER Commerclal l 3 4 Home EC 2 Honor Roll l-ll Gert' Commereral l 2 3 4 Home EC l 2 3 4 Chorus-4 Glee Cub4 G A A Awards J Grrls Phys Ed 3 She as lots of fun EARL SOLT Afademri 3, 4, Voc Agrlculture l, 2, l-lonor Roll 3, Chorus 2, F. F. A. l, 2, Gym l, 2, 3, 4, Student Mana- ger Q, 4 lVlr MClntvre's frfst asslslant DONALD STETLER Mrbehee Ark l Salem2 Trades and lndustrles Academic 4 Jann the Navy and see the world DORIS SUEDMEIER Commerclal l 2 3 4 Home Ec: l 2 4 Chorus 3 Class Plays 3 Girls Phys Ed I nnFC ROBERT TIPTON Trades and lndustry l 2 3 Op TFOIFIIHQ4 Say lt wrth flowers V C Agrlculture l 2 3 4 Dust Musrc Contest I 2 3 4 Chorus l State Mustc Cllnlc J Package of Rawlerghs please Afd lf , l3al3,4. .7 , ,g V, I Y C J, . e , g + l - ' , , , J 4 , F, B l. . .Hugh Q , , 1 - Q , , Q CO- JOY TUCKER RICHARD TUTT , , , 5 I O , , , 1 ' - , Q Q I Q , , , 1 , . I, ' f , . 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, F. F, 1,2, 14. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Phys. Ed. 1, 2, 3, NELLENE VOGELE BOB VOGELE Academic I, 2, 3, 4, District Music Academic I, 2, 3, 4, Co-operative Contest I, 3, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Training 4, M, I, N. K. 3, Chorus Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Banquet Drene girl JIM WADSWORTH Sacred Heart I 2 Trades nd Ind 3 Commercial 4 Class Offi cer 2 Class Plays I 2 Basketball Awards 2 Cooperative Training Home James' DICK WICKISER Trades and Ind I 2 Academic 3 4 Chorus 4 Football 3 4 Track 2 Louie BARBARA WILTSE Academic I 2 3 4 Class Officer 3 Honor Roll I 3 4 District Mu ontest I 2 3 4 Band I O estra I 3 Plays 3 .lr Sr Banquet Com 3 Jr Sr Banquet Toast 3 Band Pres 4 I-lospes Band Clinic 2 Clarinet Quartette 3 Interested in music and books BURDEEN ZIMMERMAN Commercial I 2 3 4 Home Eco nomics I 2 4 District Music Con I C s Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Operetta I 2 3 Gyml 3 4 Lets go bowl a line Come 3. Ti ket please MARGARET WAGNER Commer ial I 2 3 4 Chorus 3 G A A Awards 3 4 Jr Sr an tCom 3 Gym I 2 l ll take a sasparilla RICHARD WILLIAMS Trades and Ind I 2 Academrc 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Dist Music Con tes 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Cream Can Williams BETTY WITTROCK Academic I 2 3 4 I-lonor Roll I 2 3 4 Orange and Black Staff 4 District Music Contest I 2 3 4 3 4 Band2 3 O hestra 2 Oper a I C s ay 3 Jr Banquet Corn 3 Gym 4 Mixed Chorus 4 County Revue Program 3 Sextette 2 3 Double Sextette I Trio 3 Dance Band 2 3 State Music Clinic 3 4 Band Day 3 Pineapple or strawberry? KENNETH ZOELLER Academic I 2 3 4 Class Officer 4 Honor Roll I 2 3 4 Ora e and Black Staff 4 Jr Sr Banquet Cam 3 Gym I 2 Track 3 4 Advisor to Mr Jones L , . N 5 1 Q 0, C , , , Q 3: . , , - , . . , , .- ,B - , , , I A que , , f , , 3, 4, 1 - , , . I 1 1 1 . ,Q g , 1 1 1 1 1 1 I A I ' I, ,3,4. t , , , . F I f 5 ' f. A 5 5 sic C , , , , , 2, , , , , 3, 4, rch , 2, , Class Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, I 1' 1 I I 1 1 1 1 fi- I ' .- . , ett , 2, las Pl , 4, .-Sr, 1 Q ' Q . 1 1 . . 1 1 1 . A , w I I , 1 1 I ' 'L 1 1 1 'I DQ test , 2, 3, horu I, 2, 3, 4, , .- . 1 1 1 I 1 1 A 1 1 2 1 - 1 1 1 - r I U . . BURTON BURK RONALD BRANNIN Trades ond Industrnes I 2 3 Co Acodemvc I 2 Trodes ond Ind 3 Op Tronnmg 4 4 Chorus I 2 4 Stop' Look' Lusten' No more hockey for me SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Semor Clan Hxstory That September day dawned brlght as we entered upon the flnal phase of battle The vlctory now must be Swlft and sure 1f our four year campalgn was to be acclanned a successful one The great offenslve was launched under the command of offlclals The bugle call sounded purrmg the Semor Ser geants on to actlon Inspectlon was at the head of our llst of duties and thlS was readlly accompllshed under the watchful eye of our 0ff1C6lS lncludmg Presldent Kenneth Zoellels Vice Plesldent Dennls Sallors Secletary Tleasuler Robert Huettner and Student Act1v1t1es Commlssloner By1on Memzer Nevertheless 01.1 aCtlVltl6S were stlll subJect to the femme touch and Vlfglhla Ferguson and VI11dred Jahn were selected to complete the Comm1ss1on Our actlvltles were not conflned to our tralmng camp and the USO Canteen opened m 1951 through the effort of our ACt1Vltl6S Commlsslon and the local VFW club was used and enJoyed by all However our routmes were strlct and the Job at hand took tlme and effort Tlme was small effort was seemmgly smaller but the Honor Roll st1ll boasted a good many Semor Sergeants Passes for the Halloween evenlng were lssued t0 tlavel to the Hlawatha Festlval Mxss Barbara Arendt was selected as Mxss Falls Cxty and we were as proud as could be when she was selected as Queen of the Festlval In her regal robes Barbara would turn any k1ng s head And that she d1d turnlng the heads of our kmg slze football team to a vlctorlous season It took tough Semor Sergeants to luck that football and make those touchdowns but we d1d our share Com PI'lSlIlg the proud bearers or Orange and Black letters xwele l'rank Falloon Vernon Honea Kenneth Kleffer Ted Klekhaefer Norman Lape Byron Memzer Floyd MacCa1ty Tom Percell Dennls Sallors Don Slmpson V11g1l Stelnhauer and Rlchard Wlcklser The team must freshen up and selze agam the ilghtlng Splrlt before the basketball season and the accompanymg hlstorlcal account The recent dlspatch 1eads the half tlme has been called and off trot the Semor Sergeants But look, from the north goal sound the strams of the bugle call and the marchmg band begms the blg parade In full regalla and wxth heads hlgh the Semor Sergeants make a flne showlng 1n the musxcal aspect of football lxfe Sergeants on the Band agenda mcluded, Tom Colbert Carol Duey Vhlma Hahn Kay Kmsey B111 Kochhelm Elame Krondak Gary Lemmon Warren Rodgers Ruth Ann Schlereth and Barbara Wxltse Walt a shout, and a cry yes the cheerleaders are on the go agam wlth a Flght Flght Flght Four year leader Barbara Arendt and two year veteran Gerry Atklnson mamtam the Semol Sergeant xepre sentatxon ln that small but powerful gloup Basketball awards took thelr place of honor along sxde of the football letters and the Senlors grlps were gomg to be fllled mth sports achievement when then honorable dlscharges were recexved Nowhere d1d a team make a fmer showmg than ours and true army basketball couldn t have been greater Semor Ser geants drlbbllng the ball to higher scores were Flank llgallociim Kenneth Kleffer led Kxekhaefer and Tom erce Track bloomed as the grass turned green and xt was a hard Job for sprlng to keep up wlth fast pace set by track stars Tom Percell Rlchard W1ck1ser Kenneth Kxeffer Frank Falloon Byron Memzer The WACS made thelr second flne showmg thls year and the army als proudly wore thelr second state awards WACS recelvxng the red and whlte emblems were Barbara Arendt Phyllls Bechtelhelmer Bonme Bell Barbara Brannm Patrlcla Dodds Carol Duey V1rg1n1a Ferguson, Mlldred Jahn June Meyers Evelyn Larkm Marylyn Mlller Jo Etta Moore Ruth Ann Schlereth Dorothy Shouse Joy Tucker and Surroundmg campsxtes caught our flghtmg spmt not only ln sports but ln other flelds as well and tompetltlon was keen at the Dxstrlct Declamatory Contest held at Peru Nebraska, March 30 The Army of Falls Clty Hugh entered ln numerous 3Ct1VltleS Semor Sergeants partlclpatmg mcluded Barbara Arendt, Robert Huettner Mlldred Jahn Kenneth Kleffer and Gary Lemmon who were members of the cast ln the the one act play Dark Wmd Elame Krondak journeyed to her second speech contest on March 30 after appearlng ln the State American Legion Natxonal Oratorlcal Contest held ln Norfolk March 22 She was one of the s1x fmallsts m the state contest At the Peru Declamatory Contest Elame entered the mterrupatnve poetry d1v1s1on All were recalled to the home front and army llfe became normal once agam The strams of musxc catch our ear as we roam the halls of camp or strug gle thlough our army manuals thls tlme from the choral Department Under the able dlrectlon of Mrs Kmkead the followxng Semor Sergeants sang thexr way to fame ln the Mixed Cholr and Girls Chorus The talented opera stars mcluded Phyllls Bechtel helmer Patrxcla Dodds Wllma Hahn Mildred Jahn Fern Kelthley Marylyn Kennedy Kay Kinsey Blll Kochhelm Elame Krondak Evelyn Larkm Floyd McCarty Elame Mlller, Marylyn Mlller Rlchard I 1 I ' , I 4 1 ' ' - '- . . ' T v. . ' v Q ' ' I . -, I n , n - , S I l - Q a 'Q . . ' . ' .' ' ' Q 2 '. ' ' ' ' - 'g - ' , 1 - - - . . - . . , , , , ,, , . 1 . s I n . I 0 , , 1 Q - Z s . I ' . u . - n 0 . Y Y l . . . I . , , . 1 g ' . Q a . , . . I . , ' , ' . . 7 .I . g ' I 4 v,o n , , . . ' . '. 7 ' u s f , Y , Y the hard workmg Sergeants and we took leave to Margaret Wagner. ' Y ' .9 , u ' . , , 1 . . - . . . .h . . I . u . , , v l I I - ' as ' n - . n 1 - n , . . 1 Y i , 7 ' . , . 7 . . , , I ', ' ', ...n , . . - '. ' - - - , ' ' . , . I .. . . . ,, ,, 1 ' , - o . , . . ' . . ' . . . . , , . - of - u n - - ' . . . ' . . , l I - . I 7 I ' A . . . ' Y a 9 r . rl 1 i 1 ' y 9 . 1 ! . , 1 I 9 I . 1 y Reschke Warren Rodgers, Nona Sawyer, Rrchard Tutt Nellene Vogele, Bob Vogele, Rrchard Wrckrser, Rrchard Wrllrams Betty Wrttrock and Burdeen Zrm merman Not only strarns of musrc but portrons of Romeo, Oh Romeo affect our sensrtrve hearrng sense Dra matrc talent stored rn us Just had to let loose before that peace treaty was srgned and vrctory proclarmed Therefore, or May 8, we presented our last remarnrng show drsplayrng all our four years work rn the three act play entrtled Quret Summer under the drrectron of Mrss Donna Sukovaty The talented cast rmluded Barbara Arendt Gerry Atkrnsor Ronald Brannrn Patrrcra Dodds Carol Duey Vrrgrnra Ferg uson, Jrm Glover Joe Glover, Wrlma Hahn, Bob Huettner Mrldred Jahn, Kenneth Kreffer, Elame Krondak, Exelyn Larkrn Gary Lemmon, r oyd Mc Carty Marylyn 'Vlrller Elame Mrller, Rrta Mae Raw ley, Warren Rodgers, Earl Solt Dorrs Suedmerer, Donetta Sumner, Betty Wrttrock, and Kenneth Zoel ers Army lrfe was soon to draw to a close for the Semor Sergeants and the events passed all too soon Frrst our Banquet held on May 4 at whrch trme we were gracrously entertarned by the Junror Corporals Baccalaureate servrces were held on May 20 and our peace treatres were srgned, sealed and delrvered at th Commencement exercrses on May 24 In four years we have commenced to do our Job as best we could Our vrctory rs non and our thrrty srx month campargn a success But rf we were to recerve a drspatch now that we vw ere begrnnrng that canrpargn all over agarn we would not hesrtate to stand at attentron, about race and begrn the march to vrctory' Elarne Krondak Freshmen Hrstory We the Freshmen rookres had passed our re qurrements and were ready to Jorn the Great Army of Balls Crty Hrgh School Seotember 2 1947 we had come to the Inductron Center wrth our hopes hrgh and our credentrals rn perfect order so we thought We were soon put rn our place as new recrurts by Semor Sergeants We marched through our paces and froundered on the obstacle course tryrng to drscover room 102 on thrrd floor We moved up a rank almost rnstantly when we elected our commandrng ofrrcers Presrdent Gary Lemmon, Vrce Presrdent Kenneth Kreffer, Secretary Treasurer Janet Martrn, Student Actrvrtres ommrttee, Frank Falloon Tom Percell, Under the competent leadershrp of the two chrefs or staff Mr Carney and Mr Henderson Army lrfe agreed wrth us and found many green recrurts actrve rn Band Orchestra Choral Musrc and Physrcal Educatron Tough army football found one letterman Tom Percell, on rts squad To cheer on our one man team, cheerleader Barbara Arendt was selected from the Freshmen WACS 1Womens Ath letrc Corpsj Prrx ate Rrchard Wrckrser won a numeral rn Track, thus representrng our rank rn two sport actrvrtres Our manuals were badly worn by the end of our term as Freshmen prrvates but the large percentage of our class appearrng on the Honor Roll xsell re ssarded our efforts Sophomore Hrstory In the Fall of 48 the Sophomore class entered upon then second freld of battle, proudly drsplayrng tnerr new rank Prrvate 1st Class We had returned to the battlefreld wrth a long casualty lrst due to unavordable rterns such as movrng away and pro longed rllness Nevertheless we had garned new recrurts from other theaters of war and under the gurdance or our carnpargn leaders Nlrs Cummrns and 1VIr Anderson the recrurts soon supprenrented our osses Our new rank called for prestrge, and a new detarl of conrmandrng offrcers were elected, rncludrng Presrdent Frank Falloon, Vrce Presrdent, Robert Huettner, Secretary Treasurer, Carol Duey The Stu dent Actrvrfres Commrttee wrth representatrves from each rank found rn rts mrdst two Prrvates 1st Class, Gary Lemmon and Patrrcra Dodds, also from the WAC drvrsron Prrvates 1 t class show therr faces well as rndr cated by our partrcrpatron rn Chorus, Band and khysrcal Educatron Callrng the Honor Roll the head Chref of Staff, found that Prrvates lst Class strll took therr Army lessons serrously Army football seemed to tame down a trrfle or maybe our Frrst Class boys had roughened up a brt for we now boasted frve football awards rncludrng brank Falloon, Ted Krekhaefer, Tom Percell, Davrd Rush and Byron Mernzer One Prrvate 1st Class, lrank Falloon, had learned how to juggle bombs and knew Just what to do wrth the basketball as rndrcated by hrs basketball letter award We now engaged rn two sports and each needed some loud cheerrng to boost the score hrgher Thrs we attarned wrth the ard ot two WACS Barbara Arendt and Dorothy Shouse lrack numerals were won by veteran Rrchard Wrck rser plus Prrvate lst Class Kenneth Kreffer The Army of Falls Crty Hrgh wasnt all drrlls and marches and actrve part was taken by our class rn the new Recreatron Program begun that year Yes, the class of 48 was certarnly a lst class group Junior Hrstory The same theater of war, Falls Crty Hrgh School found us back at our battle statrons and ready to prtch nr and frght A Junror corporal hurrredly read the drspatch from headquarters statron that we had only 18 months to frnrsh up our Job and attarn the lorg sought for vrctory Under orders from our Chrefs of Staff Mrss Fase, Mrss Shook, Mr Hatch and Mr Jones, we held a strategy conference and selected capable commanders to lead us to vrctory They were as follows Presrdent Barbara Wrltse, Tr easur er, Tom Colbert We showed the Army that thrs vrctory was not only a nran s Job but that the WACS and the WAVES were gorng to do then part Our Student Actrvrtres were bountrtul and carrred expertly through by the Comrnrttee consrstrng of Corporals Barbara Arendt, l rank Balloon and 'led Krekhaefer Our strategy to attarn vrctory was not all work erther for sports played an rmportant part rn the lrves of the Junror army We nearly trrppled our foot ball lettermen and could easrly have provrded Falls Crty Hrgh wrth a Junror Corporal Team from our rank alone Thrrteen men drsplayed therr Orange and Black letters these rncludrng Frank Falloon, Ted Krekhaefer Byron Mernzer Vernon Honea Kenneth Kreffer Norman Lape Floyd McCarty Tom Percell Alwrn Pratt Davrd Rush Don Srmpson Vrrgrl Stern lrauer and the veteran track star Rrchard Wrckrser Our strategrc commrssron marntarned ne had to hrt our targets fast and wrth precrsron That we drd and basketball letters were added to the trophy collectrons of Frank Falloon Ted Krekhaefer and Kenneth Kreffer An all over fever for Jrctory rn less than 18 months fou rd many track stars runnrng or hurdlrng the obstacles wrth perfect form Corpora' Gerry Atkrnson was added to the lrsts cf our checrrng squad wrth the return of xeterans Barbara Arendt and Dorothy Shouse from the Wo men s Athletrc Corps Army sports not only rncruded the rnale populatror rn our Junror ranks but our WAC Corps now made therr debut Frrst State aw rrds rn the Grrls Athletrc Assocratron were coveted by Barbara Arendt Phylrrs Bechtelhemrer, Bonnre Bell, Barbara Brannrn, Patrrcra , . . . - Q . - . , 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M 1 . 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 Dodds Caml Duey Vllglnla FLlg'USOll 'NI1ld1ed Jah11 Iachcl Joncs June Meye1s Evelyn Ldllxlll 'VIa1x1yn Nllllll Jo htta Moo1e Ruth Ann Schlelcth Doxothy Shouse Jox Tucke1 and Ma1ga1et xVd.f,,l16I The County Goxcmment movement xx as l1'lStltUt9d dull! g ou1 Ju111o1 yea1 and many QOIDOIZIS studlously attempted to 1na1nta1n peace and 011161 101 a day ln uh1ch they su1p11s1ngly succeeded The off1c1als 1n cluded County COIHIHISSIOTICI Robe1t Huettnc1, Coun ty Cle1k Kenneth Kleffer Cle1k of the D1St1lCt Comt, Ba1ua1a Alendt, County TIEHSUIGI Gerly -Xtlnnson County Shellff Tom Pe1cel1 County At FEIQNUSOH, County Supeunfendent Calol Dues , Coun tx Judge F1ank Falloon County Eng1nee1 Ted Klek haefe1 Asslstant Dl16CtO1 J11n GIOYQI Ag11cultu1e -Xqent Buon 'NIe1nze1 and Countv SCIWICB Offlcez Ga1v Lemmon Falls Cltx Hlgh Alllly Camp lQSOL1llll6d Xuth the echoes of th Band Cho1us and Physlcal Educatlon 111 uhlch lnanv of OUI ldlk pa1t1c1pated To atta111 that xlctozx the NISIOD of xxhlch sccmed a l1tte clea1o1 non wc had to malntaln a good 1ep1esentat1on on the Honol Roll vshlch we dld wlth flvxng., colols Dxamatu talent nas dlSLOVC,l6ll h1ddcn by our mans Othel talents and was exh1b1ted 1n thc p1esenta txon of the 3 act play nt1 led A Llttle Honey unde1 the d11ect1on of the Spee h Instructo1 Mxss Sukoxaty The castmclulded Ba1ba1a Arendt GQIIY Atkmson Pat11c1a Dodds Carol Duey F1ank Falloon M1ld1ed Jahn Ted Klekhaefel Elalne K1ondak Ga1y Lemmon Elalne Mlllex Maxylyn VI1lle1 Do11s Sued 1118161 and Betty Wlttl0Ck But ou1 talent was not IESEIVCQI for the home base Our show t1aveled overseas and p1 esented a one act play entltled Mooncalf NIugfo1d at the D1str1ct Declamatoly Contest at Pe1u Nebxaska on March 24 Jahn Elame Krondak and Ga1y Lemmon VlCtOTl0US we uele 1n the f1eld contest and 1etu1ned home w1th a Supe11o1 ratmg F01 then fme pEIf0lmahC6 ID Mooncalf Mugfoxd Elame K1ondak and Gary Lem mon xwele acclalmed outstandmg 3CtIBSQ and actor, zespectwely On May 17 we ente1ta1ned the Sen1o1 Se1geants at a f3.Shl0ll3.bl8 nlght club Club 50 m honor of then attammcnt 111 4 yea s the v1cto1y we had 9 1ema1n1ng months to attam Ml totaled ou1 3 pre cedlnp, yeals were successful ones and we felt capable of beaung, the p1oud rank of Sen1o1 Selgeants . 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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY The brg day arrrved at last Today September 4 1971 rs the day for the frrst presentatron of The Brg Show and Im not gorng to mrss rt I relaxed besrde my newly acqurred televrsron set swrtched rt on and warted eagerly Many rmportant people and personalrtres were gorng to appear to entertarn the publrc As I moved the dral to channel F rt brought the fnst prcture to vrew There was Floyd McCarty, emmcee of the show As one of the most successful and sought after emmcees rn the fre cl M1 McCarty fbetter known as Johnj rs now rntroducrng the celebratres ol today He rs talkrng to the Glover Twms, Jrm and Joe the srngmg sensatrons ot rne world They have Just returned from a European Lour whrch seems to have been successful, at least from the frnancral pornt ot vrew They are managed by Don Stetler Now we see John rntervrewrng the manager of the "Shoppe Pa , Vrrgrnra Iferguson Vrrgrnra has brought wrth her some of her chorcest and most beautrful models Myrna Baker, Evelyn Larkrn Bur deen Zrmmerman, Donetta Sumn 1 and Joan Goltz At a prevrew of comrng Parrsran fashrons my eyes frnd Barbara Wrltze, busrry takrng notes for a wrrte up rn Manrsarlle Bored by what rs an every dav occurrence Barb engages rn conversatron wrth Amer rcas rlchest Oll rnagnate, Byron Mernzer Byron rs hopprng for clothes for hrs beautrtul movre actress wrre Erarnc Krondak Elarne rs rn Hollywood makrng lrer lates prcture Phe Krondak Story Also at the iashron show I see freelance photog rapher, Brll Kochherrrr takrng prctures 101 the leadrng nragazrn s of Arnerrca rtrght now Brll rs photo graphmg 'Vlldred Jahn, famous Opera star and her travelrng companron Elarne Mrller Swrtchrng to channel C to contrnue the program I see the spacrous Arendt Ranch nestled rn the stallron Sunny Enterrnfr the arena IS Barbs ranch foreman Ken neth Zoeller wrth hrs capable helpers Vrrgrl Stern hauer Ronald Brannrn Don Srrnpson, Merle Erchkhorr and Jrnr Wadsworth Durrrrg the exhrbrtron they wrll 110 doubt show Barb s lrne ot thoroughbred horses A specral feature of the show rncludes trrck lld rng by the rncomparable team of Betty Wrttrock and lfrank Falloon rn an anrazrng fete wrth Betty standrng on Pranks shoulders whrle hrs horse canters around the arena At the close of the show Barbs cook and close conrpanron Vlarylyn Kenn dy prepares a delrcrous chuck wagon drnner for all Ag rn changrng channels to follow the show, we wrtch to channel rl Suddenly we hear the tarnrlrar yellHAAH HAAHHAAHVVAAHVAAH VAAH D Harvard Harvard Harvard Harvard Phe vrctorrous Harvard team carry therr coach and rdol Tom Percell off the freld The presrdent of the college Ted Krekhaefer offers hrs congratulatrons o the coach and the team You rememoer Ted s abrlrty to sleep rn the class roorns' He became so accustomed to rt rn hrgh school that he can t sleep any where but rn a class room so he calnrly goes to sleep as soon as hrs dutres are conr pleted Others who congratulate Coach Percell are Home conrrng Queen Kay Krnsey and her attendants Joy Tucker Barbara Brannrn and VIarJo11e Gerweclr Goxernor Grlbert Betterton, Governor Davrd Rush Senator Alvrn Pratt, and Senator Eugene Frehse Changrng to channel S we prck up the Hahn Dream House The house was desrgned by Wrlma Hahn and decorated by Helen Crarg, two noted archr tects Wrlma was fmanced by Gerry lyou look good enough to eatl Atkrnson vho made hrs fortune rn huntmg we wont say what The agent, Robert L Johnson, rs showrng the house to some prospectlve buyers namely Phyllrs Bechtelhermer, Tommy Colbert, and Clara Goltz However the most probable buyer rs Elrnor Duey The Baroness of Nemah She rs shopprng for new house the faucet drrpped In the old one Parked outsrde the spacious mansron rs a shrny new Cadrllac convertrble whrch belongs to Burton Burk a car dealer Lets now tune rn channel 1 for news on cars Just drrvrng onto the revolvrng show place a 1971 Cadrllac Burtons salesmen rncludes Leonard Bunge, Vernon Honea Robert C Johnson, and Robert Cooper A satrsfred customer of Burtons rs Earl Solt Earl rs now the owner of the Solt Darry Farm and one 01 the best farmers rn the country Hrs success rs due to the expert gurdance he recerved rn F C H Lets change to channel '9 and go out to Earls iarm whrch he runs economrcally and effrcrently Hrs wrre the former rern Kerthley keeps rt clean and neat Larls hrred man Kenny Kreffer, rnsrsts that rms rs a whrte collar Job and Kenny employes Robert rrpton and Warren Rodgers to do hrs brddrng That qurte a racket, Kenny' Thrs rs a darry farm and Earl runs rt so econom rcally he has all the mrlkrng done by pretty mrlk mards lyou know how Earl lrkes the grrlsj Among hrs ravorrtes are Jo Etta Moore, Beverly Neely Helen ltreschrck Nona Sawyer, and Dorrs Suedmerr Maybe Bern wrll have somethrng to say about that' Agarn the channels ch :nge thrs trme to 5 and we hear No' Not a srngrng commercral' Yes just hrt Broadway lhose domg the commercral are Robert Vogele, Norman Lape, Dennrs Sarlors, Bonnre Bell Martha bchnute and Pat Dodds who are pro ressronally known as the Sextette from Hunger rhen comes the hauntrng theme song or Ruth Ann Schlereth and her Fox lrot Fantasy Orchestra beatured wrth rt rs vocalrst, Jean Mrchel and the tap dancrng trro, The lhree R Rrchard Reschke lirchard Wrllrams, and Rrchard Wrckrser who also do acrobatrc trrcks and I do mean trrcks One of Amerrcas most famous dancers rs rn the atdrence He rs Gary fArthur Murryl Lemmon Qwrth two M sl the Charleston Krng Another celebrrty of rhythm rs Dorothy Shouse, who does push ups to rnusrc a result of her physrcal educatron trarnrng at F C H S no doubt As a frnale we change back to channel 1 t pack up a scene rn the Florrda vacatronland where Bob lblushl Huettner Mr Amerrca of 1971 rs re srdrng Bob rs stayrng at the Tutt Hut a luxurrous hotel operated by Rrchard Tutt and Rrta Rawley fof course she rsn t Rrta Rawley any more J Colleen Sarlors and her two companrons June MQBGIS and Margaret Wagner, are also rn Florrda vrsrtrng Marrlyn Mrller at her wrnter trarnrng quarters 101 the Marrlyn Mrller Mrdgets, a female baseball team whose star prtcher rs Nellene Vogele John McCarty takes over agarn and we hear hrm sayrng Well Ladres Gentlemen, thrs brrngs to a close The Brg Show We hope you ve enjoyed us as much as we ve enjoyed presentrng thrs program to you Tune rn next I turned off the set settled back to relax and to dream ot the days and frrends of 1951 Carol Duey , - ' . y , . 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I 7 1 l I- i.- SENIOR CLASS WILL We the Senlol Class of 1951 reallzlng that we have to leave tnls gleat lnstltutlon of learnlng to pass lnto a wolld whlch IS full of sollows, Joys, sur DIISES and dlsappolntments have leached the declslon that because we are leavlng we should leave to the ones that are to stay behlnd sonlethlng by XVl'llCl'l they can remember us such as our many talent experlences, possesslons and also ou1 gleat knowl edge Thelefore, we belng of sound mlnds and lll full control of our thoughts and actlons do make and publlsh thls our last wlll and testament and heleby bequeath the followlng To the JUHIOIS we leave sonle of the glcatness whlch made oul class one of the best lf you dont belleve us, Just ask us To the Sophomores we leave an automatlc 1n clnelatol ln whlch to dlspose of geometly tools, compasses, blology drawlngs, notebooks, etc To the Fleshmen we leave 3 more years ln Wl'llCl1 to get thelr names they carved on the desks sanded off and levarnlshed Fo M1 Andrews and Mr Weddel we leave our thankful anpreclatlon for thell excellent guldance To Mlss Betz we leave such pronllnent names as Bettelton Burk Pelcell, Klekhaefel and Glover to add to he1 llst of bad boys nlost llkely to succeed To Ml Bulkel we leave an unllmlted supply of batons hlS always Seehl to get bloken To MIS Cumlnlns we leave a new clop of FI8Sl1 men who lf she IS lucky enough, wlll be as snlalt as we were To M1 Cummlns we leave an evelshalp that won t Wllte a glade lower than 90 ln hlS grade book To MISS Fase we leave a sult of almol to protect her from flylng typewr1te1s After all ltS not her To Mlss Graves we leave a automatlc dlSh washel and someone to keep lt runnlng To Mrs Hahn we leave a pllV3tC gymnaslum and 48 hou1s ln each day so she can get evelythlng done To Mr Hansen we leave a new sectlon ln Falls Clty ln whlch to bulld houses to hls healts content To M1 Hatch we leave a lCC0ld that keeps play lng Move along IH the halls folks so he wont have to shout so much To Coach Hende1son we leave a bottle of Hadacol we heal that It IS leally good fo1 thlnnlng hall Hendy To Ml Hudson we leave oul gleat adl1lll3.tl0l1 fol the wolk he IS dolng To M1 Jones we leave a llfe lnsulance pollcy just Ill case some chemlstly student l1l8k6S a llttle nllstake To MISS Joln and Mlss Sheehan we leave a g1oup of students that wlll always come to home loom We suggest the lnstallatlon of televlslon To MIS Klnkead we leave a 2 way ladl0 system connected wlth each cholus student so they wlll be at those 8 00 a m lehealsals To MIS Kllne we leave a body guard to accom pany he1 to all the basketball games so she wont be tlckled on the back of the neck by any more stlange men To Coach Mclntlle we leave a toltule chamber' Got to keep the boys ln shape sonle how Huh Mac" To Mlss Shook we leave a dashlng young man who wlll be alound to catch he1 ln case she has any mole of those wllst bleaklng falls To M1 Synlpson we leave S5 00 to buy hls old cal back wlth we understand It wlll outlun the new one To M1 Thompsen we l ave an estate on the out sk11ts ot town whele he can keep such people as Ralph Ducy and Rlchald Wledmalel Plfty lbs of holse n1eat IQ lncldded each week Balbala Alendt leaves h r good looks and Spalk llng pelsonlllty to ny undel classmen deslllnf, to be populal Gelry AtklIlSOTl leaves llls llne to Challle Kottlcll not that Challle needs lt but lt wlll keep the glllS guesslng Myrna Baker leaves, well educated Phwllls Becktelhelnlel leaves he1 led hall wlth tenlpel to match to anyone who thlnks that they can cont1ol It Bonnle Bell leaves Wlth the thlld flngel on hel left hand spalkllng Gllbelt Bettel ton leaves hls lnnocent ways to Gall Ruegge fl0lll the looks of thlngs Gall s llvlng up to them Balbala Blannln leaves her S176 f1V9 shoe to Alchle Weaver Ronald Blannln leaves hls playful ways to anyone wantlng to stay Ill Hlgh School more than foul yeals Leonald Bunge leaves a lot of people to walk to school BUlt0ll Burk leaves hoplng that he has been a good Roy whlle ln Hlgh School wh ch we are sule he has een Helen Clalg leaves hel llence to Jllllllly Chaffee Tom Colbelt leaves hls posltlon as drum majol to anyone YWlth a loud enough VOICC to yell Stralghten p those llnes Robelt Cooper leaves IIS motol scootel to Kenny Platel Now you may take one of your many glll 101 a llde Ote Patllcla Dodds leaves hel pleasant dlsposltlon to be evenly dlstllbuted amont, the undel classnlen Calol Duey leaves he1 thllst f0l knowledge to Kay Kllk who all eady loves to study Melle Elckhoff and Vlrgll Stlenhauel leave Rec Downey to get to school wlthout thell help Y healtbloken and hopes that thele Wlll not be too 111any hlgh dlV9S because of hlS leavlng Vllglnla Felguson leaves he1 tlght sklrts ant sweatels to Betsy HaltlUaD Get youl dllectlons on how to get lnto theln froln hel Betsy lts beyond us Jllll Gl0Vel leaves hls dalnty ways to Carl Vandel Veell who should have no tl ouble ln handllng thel11 Joe Glover leaves Mlss Betz's class IH deathlv sllellce Clala Goltz leaves he1 helght to Challle W1lllaH1S we hope that you appleclate t Challle Joan Goltz leaves Mlss Fase mlnus an ambltlous sholthand pupll MBIJOIIG GEIWCCK leaves her SlSte1 Jean to come to school alone Velnon Honea leaves hls cal to Rlchald Helllng Bob Huettnel leaves IIIS lolnantlc tloubles to G0Olge twoman haterj Pelcell Wllma Hahn leaves hel place ln the pep band to any student wantlng to get lnto the games flee Mlldred Jahn wllls he1 laugh to Lou Sanchez Lou has such a qulet glggle Robelt C Johnson and Robert L Johnson leave teachels stlll wondellng whlch was whlch Feln Kelthley leaves he1 lettels to Nemaha to anyone w ho llkes to wllte regulally lV'a1yl1n Kennedy WlllS her Jokes to M1 Thomsen he needs thenl Kenny Kleffel leaves those stlangc nolses he makes to the speech depaltlnent maybe someone can put tll6lTl to a good use as sound effects Ted Klekhaefel leaves hls tltle as the most attell tlxe chemlstly student to Donna De ROIII who go' he1 plactlce ln Physlcs class Kay Klnsey leaves hel Ipana smlle to Llllda Buthman Blll Kochllelm leaves Vllglnla RSRVIS to play bass clallnet alone , ' - , ' ' . . C . 5 F . . . . i ' a 1 ' - T A . v A . , , . 1 A 5, ' ' - , . . - 5, ' ' . . . . V I 1 ' . - . ' ' . ' ' ' A .5 . V K . p . - ' . ',' . . ' ' v ' ' . 1 Y 1 ' . ' I' ' ' : 1 . ' . . 2 . 1 1 - I , M . . . S. . ' - I I Y I . - '! V. ' - AL 1 S ' v ' l ' u ' 'rs - l Y ' . I ' . . , " ' I ' l- l I ' q ., . . . . , . A . . ' .' ,- .- , I D. ' . . . . K I I I ' . . 4 . . .l ' . ' - ' ' I fault that some students made so many mistakes. Frank flover Boy!J Falloon leaves 111an a girl ' -. . . ' . . ' I . ' . I 2 I r . . x . u Y . , ' . . i ' . 1 . . 7 Y -- .' . . - , . ' ' ' AK ' YI ! ' ' l r x 1 I - , .... Y , , A , , . 1 . . . - V ' . I . . l . J 1 . . Y Y- w . - r - Q . ' n A. v ' I . va I . r y , ' v . 1 i . . N l' Y Y -' 1 ' ' ' 1 ' ' . . .. , ' ' . ' , ' , ' ' , L . 5 ' I I - u , l ' w . .' - v e - ' . ' ' - - . - - ' w- . ' . . . . . . V . . ' v -I 5 L Elarne Krondak wrlls her speech abrlrty to Gretcn en Gabby Green Leonard Krueger leaves' Norman Lape leaves Glenda to drown her sorrows rn her lessons next year Freedom s worth anythrng rsn t rt Norman? Evelyn Larken leaves Pat Rrchmond to walk to school alone Gary Lemmon leaves hrs latest book How to grve a woman a rough trme for Roger Krekhaefer to read yet he mrght have learned from Ted already Floyd NlcCarty leaves Lrttle' Byron Nlernzer leaves hrs rootball playrng abrlrty to Brlly Bedwell From the way rt looks Brll has a rrne start already June Meyers leaves Mrss Jorn mrnus a loyal home room student Jean 'VIrchel leaves her long eyelashes to Wayne fRonreoJ Grlbert Elarne 4Mooch slrnky noodlesj Mrller wrlls her nrcknames to the entrre student body we are sure that there are enough to go around Grrffrth Jo Etta Moore reaves ner hrstory grades to Mouse Krrkendall You dont really need them do you Vlouseq Bex erly Neely leaves her admrratron for Mr Thomsen to Hoot Grbson Tom Percell leaves Chref to carry on therr secret mrssrons rnto Kansas alone Alvrn Pratt leaves hrs rrve oclock shadow to Vaughn Burk Rrchard Reschke leaves hrs abrlrty to drrve to VN ard fthe thrngl Reesman Rrta Mae Rawley leaves 'or Arkansas We hear that she has a Job on a farm down there Helen Rreschrck leaves quretly but at least she leaves Warren Rodgers leaves hrs trombone playrng abrl rty to Drck Spauldrng Dave Rush leaves a marrred man Coleen Sarlors leaves her cute lrttle bangs to Ann Carter Dennrs Sarlors wrlls hrs ballet lessons to Dallas Runyan Nona Mae Sawyer wrlls her quret frrendly ways to Joan ltee hee ha ha ho hoj Pollard Ruth Ann Schlereth wrlls her baton to anyone wrshrng to become a Magorette Martha Schnute wrlls her blonde harr to Donna Schatz Donald Scholl wrlls hrs cute ears to Lours Jones Dorothy Shouse leaves mth Kenny Kreffer hes the only one who can rnterpret those sounds that he makes Don Srmpson leaves hrs numerous lady frrends weeprng Dorrs Suedmerer leaves Mrss Sukovaty xwrthout a regular source of the latest gossrp Donald Stetler leaves hrs horse to Paul Schatz Donald E Stewart leaves hrs carpenters abrlrty to Beaky Jones Donetta Sumner leaves for Rexs she has a new o Robert Trpton leaves hrs srdeburns to Brll Mrller Joy Tucker leaves drrvrng a Cadrllac Rrchard Tutt wrlls hrs pretty brown eyes to Drck Young Ralph Nelson Margaret Wagner leaves her cute actrons and s :ell personalrty to Glenda Lunsford Robert Vogele leaves yellrng LET THOSE GOOD TIMES ROLL James Wadsworth leaves Bob to carry on the YVadsworth tradrtron never work unless you have to and rf you have to don t Rrchard Wrllrams leaves hrs rattarl comb to Charlre Asendorff Rrchard fLours The Krllerj Wrckrser leaves for the ofrrce Barbara Wrltse leaves Sarol to escort Bob Norton alone Betty Wrttrock leaves those nrghts alter work to Janet Edwards Iuurdeen Zemmernran leaves her lrttle black bool to Barb Apel lrom the way thrngs looks she doesn't need rt any more Kenneth Zoeller leaxes hrs charm curl to Marvrn Percell Gene Frehse leaves a lot of grrls wrshrng he vs. ere a sophonrore 1 7 I ' LL I 5 ' .N 1 I 1 ' . . 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Q ROBERT ALBRIGHT JIM ANKROM BARBARA APEL HARLAN BOATMAN BARBARA COLBERT DONNA DE ROIN CAROL DIEFENDERFER RALPH DUCY ARLETA DURFEE ELAINE FRYER JEAN GERWECK DOLORES GROFF ROGER HAHN KEITH HERBSTER RICHARD HERLING SHIRLEY ALBRIGHT HERSHEL ANDERSON CHARLES ASENDORF RALPH BIRDSLEY GERTRUDE COLLIER BRUCE COOPER BILL DORSTE JERRY DOWNEY PEGGY EICKHOFF BILL ELSHIRE DEAN GRANTHAM CORENE GRIFFITHS BEVERLY HAYES ELAINE HENKE JOAN HOPP EDDIE HUBER RICHARD ADAMS VERNON HUNZEKER JO ANN JOY GARRY KIRKENDALL ROBERT KRATZ MARY HELEN KRUEGER ANN LUNSFORD MARJORIE MEYERS JOHN PARRISH MARLIN PECK KENNETH PRATER ROBERT PRATER WARD REESMAN PAT RIC HMON D LOU SANCHEZ MARILYN SCHMUTZER MERLE JOY MILFORD KIRKENDALL CHARLES KOTTICH CAROLYN LITTLE KARL LOCK WAYNE NANOMANTUBE MARCEILE NUTZMAN JOAN POLLARD ANN POOL DONNA PREUSSE BARBARA RANDALL NORMA RUNYAN KENNETH SAILORS DICK SCHOCK JIM SHIELDS EILENE HULLMAN LOUIS JONES MYRON SHUBERT DONALD STEWART DOROTHY VAUGHN VELDA VOGT RONALD WING ROBERT YANIKE COLEEN ZIMMERMAN 'DQI ff if WA 'D -'SS' DAVID STRATTON ALICE TODD TERRY VON DERSCHMIDT BOB WADSWORTH DICK YOUNG ROBERT ZEIGLER GLENDA ZOUCHA CHEER LEADERS Seated Lou Sanchez, Joan Pollard Standlng Barbara Arendt, Gerry Atlunson, Carol Morehead JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Most of us shall never forget that memorable day rn the fall of 1948 when wrth poundrng hearts and quakrng knees our Freshmen class entered for the frr st trme the portals of Falls Crty Hrgh School I can re member how on that frrst day we would shyly approach an upper classman and rnqurre trmrdly Where rs Room 2039 or Could you drrect me to the Trades Room please" And of course we always recerved the tradltronal answer Sure Krd' Go down to the e d of the hall and take the elevator up to the fourth floor you cant mrss rt We soon drscovered however much to our drsapporntment that there was no elevator and no fourth floor Yes we mrght have been a lrttle stuprd at irrst but qurck to learn We have now completed three of our four years Journey over the road to Knowledge and wrth but few mrsgrvrngs I am sure Wrth the help of Coach Henderson and Mr Carney who had been appornted as travel gurdes for our Freshmen troop we elected offrcers to lead our class As presrdent we elected Wayne Nanomantube vrce presrdent Drck Schock secretary treasurer Corene Grrffrths and to represent us on the Actrvrtres Com mrttee we chose Garry Krrkendall and Kenny Prater Wayne Nanomantube provrng to be an equal wrth the upper classmen on the football roster won hrs frrst letter Later rn the year he added a second honor to hrs favor by letterrng rn basketball Many Frosh members took an actrve part rn the physrcal educatron program and rn chorus glee club band, and orchestral events durrng the year And numerous Frosh names were added to the honor roll rs Lorrarne Hamm represented our class well by brrngrng home a superror ratrng from the local speech contest at Peru In September of 1949 we agarn entered the doors of Falls Crty Hrgh as Sophomores We serged ahead belrevrng that all would be smooth sarlrng now that we were more acquarnted wrth thrngs ibut that was before we had been fully rntroduced to the subject of brology I We hadn t serged far however when rt was suggested by our Sophomore travel gurdes Mrss Shook Mrs Cummrns and Mrss Sheehan that we elect offrcers S to lead us thrs year we chose as presrdent Charlre Kottrch vrce presrdent Jerry Downey secretary treasurer Mrlford Krrkendall and Actrvrtres Conrmrt tee Rrchard -Xdanrs and Wayne Nanomantube Two of our Sophomore boys earned football au ar ds rn 1949 They were Wayne Nanomantube xx ho xx as also chosen all confer ence half back and Ralph Ducy Wavne added a fourth letter to hrs collectron by berng on the basketball letterman lrst Drck Schock Vernon Hunzeker Drck Young ll ayne Nanomantube Mrl ord Kukendall and Brllre Dorste rx ere aw arded track letters Joan Pollard was elected to represent our class as a cheer leader for the 1949 50 football and basketball seasons As Sophomores we agarn took a large part rn all extra currrcular actrvrtres the school offered And agarn numerous second year names were added to the honor rs After a three months rest perrod that ended rn September 1950 we once more took up our books and resumed our studres but as real upper classmen thrs year One of our frrst acts as Junrors was to nomrnate our class leaders Thrs trme we elected as presrdent Ifddre Huber, Alrce Fodd as vrce presrdent Kerth I-Ierbster as secretary and Drck Schock as treasurer Our Actrvrty Commrttee representatrves were Charles Kottrch Wayne Nanomantube and Mrlford Krrkendall Our sponsors were Mrss Jorn Mr Thomsen Mr Hatch and Mrss Sheehan Three new football lettermen were proudly added to our lrst besrdes thrrd trme wrnner Wayne Nanoman tube and second trme wrnner Ralph Ducy They were Drck Schock Jrm Ankrorn and Drck Young Drck Schock Vernon Hunzeker Kenny Prater and Wayne Nanomantube earned letters rn basketball Two of our classmates Joan Pollard and Lou San chez were elected as cheer leaders Many of the local hrgh school Junrors took part rn the county government campargn md out of the group thrrteen members were elected to offrce Frrst state G A A awards were presented to Sanchez Alrce Todd Joan Pollard JoAnn Joy Donna De Rom Barbara Randall Joan Hopp Cor ene Grrffrths Gertrude Collrer Velda Vogt and Beverly Hays Besrdes the physrcal educatron pr ogr am our Junrors partrcrpated rn the Drstrrct Musrc Contest at Auburn and other band and chorus events Agarn many Junror names were found on the honor roll lrst On December 15 1950 the Junror Class presented therr annual play under the drrectron of Mrss Sukovaty The play was entrtled Trsh It was a three act comedy tellrng the story of three old mards whose adventures rn the Southwest led them rnto one hrlarrous scrape after another The cast rncluded Lou Sanchez Joan Pollard Corene Grrffrths Brrb Randall Charlre Kot trch Drck Schock Alrce Todd Bob Xanrke Terry Von dcrschmrdt Carolyn Lrttle Carol Drefenderfer Wayne rsano r2lI1tl1lJ0 and Nlargorre Nleyers Elarne Henke acted as narrator of the play and the stage crew rncluded Myron Shubert Donnre Stewart Bob In rtz Rrchard Adanrs and Elarne Fryer was prompter The frnal actrvrty rn xxhrch the Junrors had a part was the Banquet we gave on Max -1 1901 for our departrng Senror frrends Thrs banquet was a last gesture to brd our older classmates adreu and wrsh them success and luck rn the tasks that lre ahead of thenr -Xlrce Todd ' - 1 r , . , 1 A . 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Q '-'Q'v QQ" - QQ " I .Q 'Q' ' Junuor Class Play Tush Seated lleft tot rughtl Bob Yanuke Carolyn Luttle Charles Kottuch Corene Gruffuths Muss Sukovaty Aluce Todd Joan Pollard Lou Ruta Sanchez Duck Schock mantube Elaune Fryer Thurd row Ileft to rughtl Ruchard Adams Donald Stewart Myron Shubert Jerry Downey Robert Kratz LETITIA CARBERRY LIZZIE AGGIE ELLEN LEIGHTON CHARITA LUTHER HOPKINS COLLIE HOPKINS BETTINA TRENT SHERIFF LEM PIKE WESLEY ANDREW DENBY GRIMES DORICE GAYLORD NARRATOR PROMPTER PUBLICITY SOUND STAGE Robert Kr CAST Tush Aluce Todd Lou Ruta Sanchez Joan Pollard Corene Gruffutlus Carol Duefenderfer Robert Yanuke Carolyn Luttle Barbara Randall Ruchard Schock Wayne Nanomantube Terry Vonderschmudt Maruorue Meyers Elaune Henke Eloune Fryer Jerry Downey Ruchard Adams atz Donald Stewart Myron Shubert Ronald Wung - n - u Second row lleft to rightl: Elaine Henke, Terry Vonderschmldt, Marjorie Meyers, Carol Diefenderfer, Barbara Randall Wayne Nano CHARLIE SANDS ..................................,.......,...........,..,...... Charles Kottich Semor Class Play "Qulet Summer" Front row lleft to nghtl Kenneth Kreffer Gary Lemmon Ruta Mae Rowley Gerry Atkinson Carol Duey Robert Huettner Marylyn Muller Mass Sukovaty Second row Mrldred Jahn Donetta Sumner Wllma Hahn Betty Wrttrock Elame Muller Dons Suedmerer Barbara Arendt Patrrcla Dodds Evelyn Larkin Thlrd row Earl Solt Kenneth Zoeller Floyd McCarty Joe Glover .Iam Glover Ronald Branmn CAST PAMELA YOUNG HELEN RUSSELL JEANIE DAY BETSY HARRISON ESTHER HAMILTON MRS LILLIAN YOUNG FREDERICKA COLLINS FRANCES SHAUGHNESSY CARRIE HARRIET MORGAN MR JAMES CLARK BILL HENLEY MR LESLIE GARDNER MR CLIFFORD YOUNG TUBBY PITTS TONY MR HENRY MORGAN NARRATOR Carol Duey Elame Krondak Marylyn Muller Betty Wrttrock Donetto Sumner Elame Muller Dons Suedmerer Vrrgmra Ferguson Mildred .Iahn Ruta Mae Rowley Gary Lemmon Robert Huettner Kenneth Kreffer Kenneth Zoeller Floyd McCarty Ronald Brannm Warren Rodgers Wrlma Hahn EXTRAS Patucua Dodds Evelyn Larkm Joe Glover Jrm Glover Earl Solt PROMPTERS Barbara Arendt Ruthann Schlereth TICKETS Earl Solt PUBLICITY Wllma Hahn Elame Muller sown YOUNG .,...............,... f..fff ............... fff...fff.ffff .... ff..ffIw, Aww. V.,- Dark Wund Front row Ileft to rughti Joan Pollard Barbara Arendt Muldred John Muss Sukovaty Second row Gary Lemmon Kenneth Kueffer Robert Huettner CAST DARK WIND MISS GRAYSON MISS FLEMYING MISS BATES GERRY STEVENS PETERSON Barbara Arendt Joan Pollard Mildred Jahn Gary Lemmon Robert Huettner SOUND Robert Huettner Kenneth Kueffer RATING BEST ACTRESS Class A "HN Superuor Muldred Jahn Contest Wunners Gary Lemmon Duscussuon Superuor Elaune Krondak Poetry Readung Superuor Lou Ruta Sanchez Oratuon Our Torch Superuor Aluce Todd Dramatuc Tell Tale Heart Excellent Duck Young Humorous Junuors Furst Shave Good CONTESTANTS Front row Lou Ruta Sanchez Aluce Todd Standung Gary Lemmon Duck Young not puctured Elaune Krondak 4' SCENES FROM TISH HOME ECONOMICS BUFFET LUNCHEON 4 E - n u s., Sfyi 'vi' GRIDIRON MEMORIES 91034561 1 an on on an no on on on as on :--...o4o...n....: a o Q o a Q n o . u ' ouonnanaanun-use .. 3-., ,,,,.,.-3..............................................................................................................................:::. nv:-., .,--O - - . . . . 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I I ' S Footbal RECORD FOOTBALL SQUAD ROSTER TECUMSEH 26 FALLS C TY Jack Hen ey R chord Luke M tord K rkenda W am M er Da e Huettner r ght ett to Front raw ATCH SON 25 FALLS C TY ngsworth, Gera d Na te Eugene K PAWNEE C TY 7 FALLS C TY Ste n- yVr9 Ern e R dge VanderVeen Car student manager Sat Ear r ght ett to Second row anomantube R chord W ck ser Denn s Sa ors Way Bedwe k Schock B D ck Young D c hauer 0 0 6 MONT FRE 0 TY ALLS C F I'E Mc nt Coach cCa rty e nzer F oyd M M Byron Tommy Perce PLATTSMOUTH 26 FALLS C TY E ckhoff Mer e Doug as G bson Ra ph Ducy Henderson stunt Coach Ass r ght ett to Th rd row 3 CTY NEBRASKA 4 FALLS C TY OI1 Vern OI11 k mA J man Lape Of N n Kenneth K effer 00 Fa Marv n Perce Ted K ekhaeter Frank AUBURN 35 FALLS C TY S mpson Honea Rex Bart ey, Don FA RBURY 2 FALLS C TY Arch e Rchard Her ng Ebe Char es Norton Bob Robert Wadsworth r ght ett to l'0W Fourth 3 8 0 ATI-IA AW H 48 I quad II I I2 I . i . il I II. IIII III . 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TY ALLS C F et' V fd o s Leonard C Sa Kenneth Reesman rd Wa el' 0 edm ard W ch r R ke res Ba ha Weaver C To kle H BYRON MEINZER QGFIIOV Thurd Letter All Conference CARL VANDERVEEN Sophomore First Letter DICK WICKISER Holfbock Sensor C n Tockle Tockle econd Letter All Conference Second Teom DON SIMPSON Sentor Second Letter TED KIEKHAEFER Senvor Thurd Letter All Conference Second Teom BILL BEDWELL Sophomore Fnrst Letter n Guord DENNIS SAILORS Senuor Fwrst Letter ERNIE RIDGEWAY Sophomore urst Letter JOHN McCARTY Senlor Second Letter WAYNE NANOMANTUBE Fullbock En Tockle Junuor Thurd Letter FRANK FALLOON Sensor Thnrd Letter All Conference RALPH DUCY JunlOr Se ond Letter M , E d E d Blocking Bock F E d , d Fullbock Guord DOUGLAS GIBSON Sophomore Ftrst Letter JIM ANKROM Juntor Ftrst Letter VIRGIL STEINHAUER Center Holfbock Sentor Second Letter KENNETH KIEFFER Sentor Fnrst Letter EARL SOLT Student Monoger S n r Ftrst L er Holfbock n Coptonn DICK YOUNG Jumor Ftrst Letter NORMAN LAPE Sensor Second Letter TOM PERCELL I-Iolfbock I-Iotfbock Sensor Fourth Letter All Conference DICK SCHOCK Juntor Fnrst Letter FOOTBALL Flll.l1llSl3Ql11 an1l Sp111t l10on1e1l illlllllg tl1e lllltlal 11111111111 11o1l111uts 01 some 110 Otlll 111611 The1e nas 11111 t'1ll1 01 an u111lefeat11l season, and 111th 1.2 lettel 111111 lltllllllllg' the Dl0Ill19K.y looled 3ust1f111l The Tlgem 1eache1l then pef1l1 1n the Atchlson game Due to Qeve1al I11-111195 to lxQX 111911, the team lacked we Speed 1n the l111e NECGQQHIV 101 a 11 notch '1gg'1eg'at1o11 It NX aa not u1111l the n111l1lle 111 tl1e Qeaeon tl1at the lQpl3C6l119lltS lJ63.,dll to f'n1l tl'16l11N6lNLN an1l 1e11n1tte1l the Bengal llllll 111 11111 tl1e last 1111 g.11nes 11e onl1 1l9163tK 111 a NUCLCNSIU 9Q'lK0I1 1 IQ 13 1 1e11'1te1l Pav1n1e Clty lllll t 1 10111 '1 ll KS t1'11n l1lg'l1lV 1ega11l11l 111 ktate p1ep CllLl9S lalle Clty 11011 then 01761191 111th T0lUl1lS6l1 Zi' to 0 AtLl1l90l1 211 to 0 11101111111 the next t1111 1l9L1KlOllK to I'ILl110llt 0 to 26, a111l Pawnee Clty 7 to 14 and 10111191 the next f11e 1t1a1,.,ht 0111 Pl'1tt9!'llOLltl1 .211 to Yclnq l-.a C1ty 1-1 to 1 A 111111 25 to 11 an l11111 21 to 18, a111l H1a11a'l1a 48 to 0 1111011 Me1n7e1 and To1n Pelcell XVGIS acc011le1l 1GCC'Q,l1ltlOl1 on the Lll1LOll1 palel 1, Cl'1sS b 21j,,4L,lLj.,3 1111 ,ClCQll ovionecl 1110 1111e 111 e 1111111111 lldLlxS to be t11111e1l out by Falla f'1t1 Hlgh lhe l1111 111tuallv a11 all 811111111 111111 1llllCt10I191l 111ll 1111l 11 IN 1ap.able 01 0116111115 ldlQ.,0 holes 101 the B6llL1"ll IC 1 1e1 D11 ll l99l 150111111111 s1'1 111 11111111 t11 11 uns fnmt a111l last 0LlLl1llOXXl1S 01 the s1aN1111 e11ell le1l the 9LOI1I1g Stat1xt11s 111th 8 p11111t 11 lo11e1l l11 Chlef INa1111111a11tul1e 111th 60 Falls Cnty 26 Tecumseh 0 The Valle Fltv TIQGIQ ot C'0a1h WI3.C'Il1tll6 11pe11e1l tl1e QCAQON 111th a Qlll p11s111 ly eau defeat of T6CLlll1N9l1 2 to O O11 the 111st 0f16llNlX0 11la1 D1cl1 xVlClxlN91 10l11pCfl '70 1a11's to QCO16 Falls Clly 25 Atcluson 0 A Qt1Ol1,?,' tea111 f10l11 AtCl1lQ011 Kanefw came to 101111 '1n1l 11 Q Qent home 011 the Sl10l1 en1l 01 '1 Z1 L11 0 1 he l11111 11917 IX 19 61118 111 e 111 1 71 1111 Fa s Clty 7 Pawnee Clty 14 11 1ttle 'incl too ate 11111 16 th11n0 '11 Pa11111e llltll 1118 took ho1111 Falls C1tV s s1alp A 1111111 1 at 1111t11111xt1c Palle CltV el11111 1 all1 1111l11 up 11111t l1o11e1e1 19 11116 to Il 11111l1feate1l Pa1111e1 C111 6lG1LIl Falls Cnty 0 Fremont 26 I'lCll10l1t agaln p1o1e1l to he an Ul1iul11l0Lll1l8.l3l0 ol 2ta1le ae 1l1GW 11011 tl1e11 111111tl1 111 ught v11t1111 11111 the TILQIS P6111 0 Falls Clty 26 Plattsmouth 12 Sl Oll 1 11 11111 11' 1 N 1 1 Ol tl 1, ll 1 1.11 ll1tt lOLltl1 6' Ie 11l 1301161 1 1 T1ge1s Itldllx 111th tlnee 1Oll1l11l0NK 11N , ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' 1' ' . 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' 1"1l ' 'el tl1' . , dl ' 'VY Y ,' ' i .V ' ' I , ,' I I , i Falls Cnty 14 Nebraska Cnty 13 A mp and tuck Souhteastern Nebraska Confer ence battle wlth Nebraska Clty found the Tlgers emergmg v1ctor1ous 14 to 13 Percell scored twlce vuth dashes from 50 yards out Nebraska City scored then second touchdown on the fmal play of the game and handshakmg was already ln progress when the extra pomt was 1un over Falls Cxty 35 Auburn 13 Auburn provlded the opposltlon Wednesday nlght before Teachels Conventlon by falllng 35 to 13 Once agaln the Falls Clty offsense was ln hlgh gear rack mg up over 400 yards Falls Cnty 21 Falrbury 18 The Tlgers edged Falrbury 21 to 18 by vlrtue of thlee extra pomts Chlef Nanomantube Bengal fullback playlng ms flnest game of the year scored ll tn enty one points Falls Cnty-48 HIQWBQIIH 0 Falls Clty apparently lunnlng at w1ll trounced Hlawatha 48 to 0 Kenneth Klefier 1an 89 and 45 vards for touchdowns Thrs was the blggest margm of victory ln the Hlawatha Falls Clty serles and was the fust game 1nce Falls C1ty played AtCh1SOn that lack of 1nJur1es permltted a fnst team l1ne up Even the season was able to play wlth the understandlng that he would favor hls ankle John broke through to meal a Hlawatha pass play deep ln then backf1eld befole a badly shaken Coach Mclntue could get out and safely berlde hlm Freshman Football Squad Seated lleft to nghtl James Dougherty Gary Wlar Roger Kfekhaefer Robert Lewis Rex Bartley Bull John Paul Schatz Gale Prckard Second row lleft to rrghtl Assistant Coach Henderson, George Percell, Rrchord Jenkms, Don Bek, Ralph Nelson, Leslue Graff, James Chaffee, Coach Mclnhre Thrrd row lleft to raghtl Larry Peck, Bull Sorensen, Rrchard McMullen, Gary Tudor, Jock Kelley, Jock Hrxson . 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TECUMSEH ..........,..,...... LINCOLN HIGH .............. PLATTSMOUTH ............ PAWNEE CITY ......,......... HIAWATHA .................. OMAHA NORTH ............ NEBRASKA CITY ..........., BEATRICE ...................... LINCOLN NORTHEAST .....,....,... ,Z BASKETBALL Coach Jack 'XIcIntrres 1951 edrtron of Trgers holds a 19 won and 5 lost record Pour games were lost by four pornts or less all to Class A schools Lrncoln 30 '32 Omaha North 44 48 and Northeast 25 28 and 4143 The frfth loss was to co charnpron Pawnee Crty 30 47 In frnal World Herald rankrngs the Bengals were grven the runner up slot next to Davrd Crty Class B Tournament Charnprons The Trgers elected to partrcr pate rn the Class A Regronal Tournament at Fanburx slrrce state prep regulatlons pernrrt teams to advance one class In a year when Class A drvrsron was wrde open the Trgers lost a thr llrng two overtrme defeat to Northeast and a trrp to the State Tournament The Rockets were rated fourth rn the Imal poll Several factors carrred the Bengals through the eason The foremost of course, was the frne tutelage of Coach McIntrre Realrzrng that he drd not have the materral for a fast break he fashroned a patterned offense One of the strengths of the Falls Crty club was a tough defen e whrch gave up an average vreld of only 31 pornts a game to opponents wlrrle the offense was scorrng 45 Improved passmg and excel lent team work was the best rn years pornts rn the frrst three games before he cooled oft to grve the other boys a chance Krekhaeier and Nano mantube prcked up where he left oft wrth 140 and 116 pornts respectrvely Nanomantube barely mrssed the frrst all conference team whrch selected Falloon and Krekhaefer Kenneth Kreffer whose speed would make hrm an asset to any team had the tough luck of playrng on a team that seldom used the fast break Hoot' Grbson Sophorrrore reserve really came along at the end of the season and should provrde the spark for next year s squad Falls Crty 51 Hrawatha 33 'lhe Trgers opened the season successfully down rng r-Irawatha Kansas 51 to 33 Tom Percell led scorrng wrth 16 pornts Falls Crty 52 Tecumseh-44 In a hard fought game played rrght down to the wrre the Bengals edged Tecumseh 52 to 44 wrth Tom Percell contrrbutmg 1? tallre Falls Crty 50 Auburn 5 Auburn proved to be no hurdle rallrng 50 to 15 Kenneth Kre fer hrt for 10 Falls Crty-40 Beatrrc?32 Seekrng revenge for last 5ear s defeat the Trgers cked out a close 40 32 trrurnph at Beatrrce Beatrrce was iaxored to wrn thrs one Falls CNY 42 Pawnee Crty 35 Falls Crty captured vrctorv No 5 agarnst a hrghlv tcuted team from Pawnee Crtv The defeat of the Indrans vrvtually cmched a tre tor Qoutheat Con ference champronshrp honors Falls Clly 44 Falrbury 35 Iarrbury proved a tougher team than expected wrth therr fast break The Trgers managed to come through wrth a 44 35 xerdrct Falls Crty 44 Nebraska Crty 14 A good defense hampered the Nebraska Crtv Proncers all everrrng The result a 4-1 14 game for Falls Crty s seventh strarght trrurrrplr Falla Crty 25 Northeast 28 The Northeast Rockets Number 1 Team A P weekly poll came 'from behrnd rn the closrng rrrrnutes to h nd the 'lrgers therr irrst defeat ot the eason 28 25 All State Center Paul Fredstrom led the xrsrtors scorrng wrth 12 tallres rn a game nrarled lv remarkable few fouls Falla Crty 55 Auburn 18 Alter breakrng up Auburn s ' stallrng game the Falls Crty Club regarned rts wrnnrng ways by annexrng a 55 18 verdrct Falls Crty 51 Tecumseh 22 Tecumseh fell before a heavy frrst half on sl ught 51 to 22 Nanomantube rang up 14 pornts on 7 baskets Falls Crty 30 Lincoln Hrgh 32 Lrncoln Hrgh garned revenge ior last years de feat due to the Frger s rnabrlrty to hrt rrom the tree throw lrne lfalls Crty converted only 8 ot 24 wlrrle the Lrrrks made 71' Falls Crty 52 Plattsmoulh 34 Plattsmouth fell vrctrm to another 50 porrrt bar rage Falls Crty 30 Pawnee Crty-47 Ialls Crty travelled to Pawnee Lrty wrth lngn hopes ror a clear cut conrerence trtle but lost a 41 to 30 decrsron Chuck Jensen and Ned Ecknran led Pawnee 19 and 14 pornts respectrxelv Falls Crty-45 Hrawatha 21 Hrawatha Kansas Krrrgprn of therr Brg Srx Con rerence played a very determrned rrrst halt berore the Bengals pulled away rn the thrrd quarter for a rather easy 45 to 21 vrctory A . . -Q . -C v 1 1 I n v . - U . . . . . , ' - . 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Shi I , I i . ll i I: i I , I I , il , I II i I: I , il I , I , I , III, I , I, III , I I, , I II,I , III I, II , I II I , I, I, I, I I ,II , III, , II Ph irls' G E a nc Henke Margaret Wagner Co een Z mmerman Joan Hopp Peggy E ckhott Sh r ey A br ght Ar eta Durfee to r ght ett Seated Randa Barbara Lark n Eve yn Be Bonn e June Meyers G enda Zoucha EaneM er Bevery Hays Dorothy Shouse Mar yn M er r ght eft to Th rd row Corene Gr tt ths Betty Joy Ve do Vogt Sch ereth Ruthann Co een Barbara Ape s Bechte he mer Phy Patr c a Dodds V rg n a Ferguson Bever y Nee y Donna DeRo n Sanchez Rta Lou Kennedy Sa ors Mary yn Barbara Arendt Betty Wttrock Caro Duey Ann Poo r ght ett to Second row CY E norD ys ca Educafon II I '1 II I I . I , i , , , I I , I I . I , , I II, I I , II, I , I , , i i . i II i I: I , , il ill , I i ill , i i i , i i , Ili I i , I, I II i Ir I. i , I , , il , I , I , I , I I , II , li , Ili , i i i , I i chick, Ii Lf . 85 R He en chmond R CC Patr ef Co rtrude Ge Todd Ce A ard Po .Ioan 1:7 vo SQ, Emmy' 'QV .s,,f W-...,, Second State Awards G A A First row llelt to right! Ruthann Schlereth Phyllis Bechtelheimer Evelyn Larkin Dorothy Shouse Virginia Ferguson Second row lleft to nghtl Margaret Wagner .lune Meyers Bonnie Bell Patricia Dodds Third row lleft to right! Barbara Arendt Carol Duey Marilyn Miller First State Awards, G. A. A. First row llelt to rightlz Coleen Sailors, Beverly Hays, Barbara Randall, Joan Hopp, Joan Pollard, Gertrude Collier, Corene Griffiths, Second row Ileft to rightl: Glenda Zoucha, Arleta Durfee, Shirley Albright, Peggy Eickhoff, Betty Joy, Velda Vogt. Third row Ileft to rightlz Lou Rita Sanchez, Donna DeRoin, Marylyn Kennedy, Alice Todd. Aerral Dart Champs Furst row lleft to nghtl Donna De Rom Pat Stalder Shnrley Stemhauer Standing lleft to ughtl Velda Vogt Rosalue Fnnck Janus Scholz Georgna Franke nj G A A Officers Margaret Wagner Elome Muller Bar bara Arendt Carol Duey Joan Pol or v4 Basketball Champs Ann Carter Gwena Hazelwood Betty Bell Shnrley Stemhauer Velda Vogt Adrn enne McMnIIan Betty Joy Q7 Y? BARBARA ARENDT as Miss Falls City at the Halloween Festival, Hiawatha, Kansas 4141 Orange and Black Staff Cheer Leaders Dance Band Student Activity Committee Future Farmers of America Trades and Industries Honor Roll Boys' and Girls' County Government Feature Pages Orange and Black Staff Seated lleft to rsghtl Vsrgsnsa Ferguson Gary Lemmon Kenneth Zoeller Bob Huettner Standsng lleft to rsghti Bsll Kochhesm Tom Colbert Dorothy Shouse Marsorse Gerweck Betty Wsttrock Elasne Krondak Frank Falloon Floyd McCarty Ruthann Schleretls Carol Duey Edstors Bussness Managers Boys Athletscs Gsrls' Athletscs Snapshots Academsc Sensor Class Wsll Sensor Class Prophecy Sensor Class Hsstory Gary Lemmon Kenneth Zoeller Vsrgsnsa Ferguson Bob Huettner Frank Falloon Dorothy Slsouse Bsll Kochhesm Betty Wsttrock Floyd McCarty Carol Duey Elasne Krondak Stenographers Marjorse Gerweck Ruthann Schlereth . : . .. I I I I . . : . .I I I . . l . I I ' , . 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Cheer Leaders Lou Rota Sanchez Joan Pollard Gerry Atlunson Barbara Arendt Carol Morehead xawy, 0-Q-5,1 rv?-f .N.,f,,-.fb ,v,,,..-M. .nh--rv-'Q""""' Xi Dance Band Left to rrght Warren Rodgers Sarol Wrltse Robert Prater Tom Colbert Arvrd Hoel Robert Yamke Duck Schock Barbara Apel Charles Baker Barbara Colbert Elame Fryer ywmfmm Mmm? www flwwwfvmmvmwfvv ---.,..AL......f !.......,,,,.B Q..-...J Student Actlvlty Commuttee Seated Ileft to rrghtl Mildred Jahn Mrlford Knrkendall Vrrgrnra Ferguson Byron Mernzer Wayne Nanomantube Standrng Ralph Nelson Sarol Wrltse Glenda Lunsford Rrchard Jenkms Charles Kothch CAROL AND GARRY ALICE, LOU, AND JOAN INDIAN SUMMER ,-I 'WI n... my AL I-.A Xp OHOF LOWER P CTURE UPPER P CTURE Sh r ey Buchho z Betty Joy yn Sage Joan Johnson Mar to r ght ett Seated Corene Joan Hopp Sa ors Co een Mar or e Gerweck r ght t0 ett Seated Lowanda Ruegge Norma Godeman Ramona B rds ey She a Yoder Patr c a Sta der Barbara .Ioan Po ard Lou R ta Sanchez EaneM er Betty W ttrock Gr It ths and Barbara G A ce R chmond Sh r ey Ape Betsy Hartman Jan s Scho z S Phy Patr c a Dodds D efenderter E a ne Fryer Caro Barbara W tse C0 bert Adr enne MCM en Patsy No Sh r ey Hamm Caro e Zentner Leah Ketter Kay K rk Second raw Jud th .Iaeschke Robert Yan ke Gary Lem- Sot Ear Peck I1 Stand ng Terry Vonderschm dt Mar He en Caro Morehead Buthman L nda K rkenda Betty Mar or e W ttrock .Im Sheds Fa aon Ted K ekhaefer Frank Char es Kott ch Tom Co bert IDOI1 Betty Bent ey Donna Brooks Sa y Poage Donna Schatz W ttrock R ta Mae Raw ey Kenneth Zoe er A ce Todd Donna Preusse Genda Zoucha Jack Hxson George Lew s Gary War Duane E er Robert row Gary Peck Jean Gerweck Spau d ng R chord James Dougherty Schatz Pau Bauman Herman Hunker ocker ' I ' . a 5 .. 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EBEL SEED COMPANY FARM SEED, FERTILIZER, CHEMICALS, FEED, BABY CHICKS WEST 14th STREET PHONE 71 F Ieskoski's Food Basket FRUITS VEGETABLES GROCERIES AND MEATS Shop At Your Conven1enc Ample Parkmg Space Always Heck Furnrture Exchange JEEVBEQIID UfEBLFURE?fSl?E Corbon J Taylor PHONE 101 New York L1fe Insurance Company S 1922 LANE ST FALLS CITY NEBR Motorola Rad1o and Telex 1s1on TELEPHONE BLACK 169 PHONE 911 FOR YOUR BULLDOZING NEEDS SEE OR CALL JONES SMITH and JONES Tut Tut Nuttln But BUTTERNUT BREAD THIS YEARBOOK WAS PRINTED Orange and WI THANK THE susmfssmm or FALLS cnrr wHo ST JOSEPH MISSOURI HELPED MAKE THIS BOOK POSSIBLE l 7 Y e - ' v f A 4 . I . 7. . . , r ' I BY I . , ' -......-..-..-......-..-..-..-t.-..-..-..-..-..-..-.. ........... .. .. .. .. - - ................ ---------I I p1n1..1.1..1.1n 131 q1..1n.-pg... 1.1 Q1 D-It-1101 -11 151 1 151 -1- g1.1..1H1..1.,1,.1n1u1u1n1..1..1..1.,1..1..1. T. L. KNISELY INSURANCE First National Bank Phone 786 GUY C. LICHTY INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE-LOANS BONDS FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 'VIAXIIVIUM PROTECTION AT VIINIINIUM COST C'ty . 85 .1 1 1 1 1.41,.1,.1.,1..1..1..1..1--1-u1un1..1..1..1..1..1. Home Owned FRUIT FRUIT GROCERIES I G A GROCERIES MEAT MEAT SUPER MARKET LADIES AND CHILDREN Ready-To-Wear SCHOCK S STORE REX RIESLAND DRUGS KNOW YOUR DRUGGIS1 FALLS CITY S MOST POPULAR FOUNI AIN HICKS BAKERY FRESH BAKED FOODS PHONE 712 C ty N b a Famous Shoe Servlce Shop For Bette Shoe Repalr WILLIAM KALLOS PENNEY S FOR BETTER VALUES 'VIAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE DR L V BRENNAN M D CHAT N NIBBLE Fountam and Luncheonette HOME VIADE CANDY Quahty and SGTVICC D E FOX 0 D OPTOMETRIST MONTGOMERY 1802 Stone St Falls City Nebr PHONE 77a Catalog' Older Desk PHONE 774 Retaxl Stole NICHOLSON BARBER SHOP Ox 91 Rlesland Dlug Store S ll I I I I 2'-U' C2 ll IC lE2 II Sill Q-1:2 IC 1 I ll ll I ll K ll I I Z I T I , - .Q r I - ' I 5 - 'fl U' ' . 0 I- A L 'I P I F' f I ' I-: "' ' P I ' ' ' I - r " I -1 an F' I s ' " . I . 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O O I Phone one st. -Quality Tha ,ounts For Over 40 Y 'S- - - I ' 1 t. Ph one one 1505 Stone Street Falls Cit , e raska I . , , of ,F ...-..-..-..-n-.--u----u-u-u-----.-..-..-..-...-.........-..-..--.-...-..-..-..-....-..-..-..--.-.---1--..--.-..- 4, HENLEY 81 COMPANY INSURANCE HEADQUARTERS The Gas Service Co. BROWN S SHOE FIT CO. NATURAL GAS FOR THE HOME A FT For Every F00t AND IN DUSTRY - SHOE FITTED BY X-RAY- TUCKER S HARDWARE F A LT E R 5 E e yt 552 Eaiiiilfi G0 d TeClothngL n Sm 1916 L DENTIST F II Y RAY PHONE Featur Ready o Wear Acce o Iee ATTORNEY AT LAW HOTEL WEAVER BUILDING FALLS CITY AUTO SUPPLY AUTONIOTIVE JOBBERS PHONE 642 FALLS CITY NEBRASKA Comp' lent FALLS CITY GRAIN HOMER D KIRK 5 COAL CO B s 1s121f2 sr y N C A C'ROOIx W H CROOK LIgc::In Llberty LIfe Insurance Co S D COWAN M D IC e Fo Protect on anc S DALE M DUNN EXE EAR NOSE THROAT 575 06 o 1614 s Gerhardt s RcIdIo 81 EIectrIc Co ET ERYTHING ELECTRICAL FOR THE HOTIE 1 A 1 1 1 1 V A7 L S 1 1 I V r hi ' i f 0 S Phone 72 h i 'or er ' ce O I In a s City A - 543 Slocum Building ing C -T - ss 1" . A 7 ir: S of U ox 22 one Falls Cit , ebraska ' ' ' m' ' ' o"i s I' i A I avings ' ' ' ' ' Phone Phone 1 Distr' ffice tone I I O I r iv X .1.q1..i..1..1..1..1-11.1..-.l-1lu..u1,..1-I.-..-..1...-.....1 1 11-1-1.-1.1n-..1..1-.1..1..1.,1..1..1..1..1,. EVELAND'S STUDIO , PORTRAITS - COMMERCIAL S Anytime - Anywhere Good Food Is Good Health F lla City, Nebr. Phone 1008 E. J. MOREHEAD LARSQN VAN 8' STO RAGE LOCAL AND-LONG DISTPECE MOVING ' Bonded Storage ' E HoUR WR c s RVICE , SARGENT JEWELRY HQTEL WEAVER SA M S BULOVA HAMILTON WATCHES MITCHELL WINDLE FORD AND MERCURY SERVICE FALLS CITY NEBRASKA OIL C TY RIVOLI h DR L H BURDICK D c DRS HUSTEAD and KETTER S MSSS y Q BAKERS INSURANCE IDEAL CLEANERS O VING PACKING CRATIN Chevrolet Sales and SGFVICC W AND USED PURNITUR FOR S 24 E KER E Same Locatlon KEEP KE DIA OND I The C iropractic Health Center I O Q ' O O -Quality Shoes- Ph sicioms ond Sur eons LADIES - GROWING GIRL - I E CHILDREN 1616 Stone Sl. Falls City, Neb . I H EAD BUILDING STACY HOY e 611 1817 Har PHONE 980 .- -, ' 5 C' V.. 1. ..-.. ....-- .......-..-...-..-..-..........-..-..-..-..-......-..-..-..-..-..-..-................. - - -.-..-.. .+ HUTCHINS JEWELRY Finest Available DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY 161614 STONE STREET ONE STQP LUNCH Prior Radio G Refrigeration 21" and STONE STREET Gibson Ag1ZL:z:'cZiNI-g'Er51ii2T1 Radios SANDWICHES -' ' ' POP MEALS MERLE PRIOR 1616 St ne St. Ph e 507 QUALITY PRODUCTS COMPLHXIENTS DEPENDABLE SERVICE JAMES OIL of CQMPANY FALLS CITY 0 SAVE SAFELY 914 U R N A L THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Estabhshed 1882 Resoiuces Ox er So 500 000 00 Member of Fedeml Reeexxe fmd Federal Depomt Insur mee Colpolation SAFETY COURTESY SERN ICE GRAHAM LUMBER COMPANY BFTTER IUMBER FOR AI I BUILDINC PHONE 7 CUMMINS RICHARDSON TYPEWRITER COUNTY BANK COMPANY e'Ial'SM CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 530000000 e O e FIVE NIILLION ffice Phone 20 Service Phone K . , r' i 1 -Q 1 J 1 4 J Lv I -Dep lc me in 880- . Reg ' : ' ' - .I V Me I e' Fe le' 1 Del oft I :urance Corporation 4. ..-..-.. .-..-.... ..-..-..-..-..-..........- -.......-..-..-..-..-.. ..-----... ..-. .4- HINKY DINKY Compliments ot Southeast Nebraska Telephone Co. Congrotulotlons It Has Been a Pleasure to VVork With Staff and Students MORSMAN STUDIO DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITS 2311 STONE STREET FALLS CITY NEBRASKA SHAFFER S MARKET COMPLIMENTS HY KLAS Fooo STORE OPEN EVENINGS SUNDAYS HOLIDAYS V F W JEAN CAIN FRANK S LICHTY AGENCY OH LICHTY ALVIN K TU ACH Falls Cnty Nebraska Insurance and Real Estate Ill East I7th t LESSEL PRINT SHOP LET GEORGE DO IT w M SHEPHERD M D DR "' E TRQQIY i I UF 1 7 J N H. - . B ' , S . ' ' I ' ' General Dentistry - - Richardson County Bank Building 877 I F II C' N b In -Q. ..-..-...-...-..-..--.-..---- ----..------------ ---------- - -- - - - - - - - - -II-I 'L FALLS CITY BOWL HILL SHOE CO. Shoes for the Entire Family E. L. LENNEMANN, M. D. PHONE 498 Compliments from B 6. E VIRGIL FALLOON 1165 17111 CLASS 01' 1909 BEST FOOD IN TOWN EB EL EDDE MOTORS ALFALFA CO Siles PACKARD Servlce 1805 07 St S t yNb LOUIS EBIIL WILFRED EBE Edd 796 DORR PH I LPOT Andrews Monument Works F U N E R A L H O M E EX FRLASTING MEMORIALS 1920 Harlan St Phone 526 FALLS CITY AUBL RN NEBR CITY BUTLERS FOOD SHOP Thmg Good To Efzt Qualxtv 'md Serwce PHONE 14 Electrlc Tlre Shop SIDLES CQMPANY Seuxce xxlth a Smxle W holeeale Automotu e SKELLH GAS AND OIL TIRE SERX ICE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 686 C H FALLS CITY NEBR PHONE 534 . I 1 I , 1 - Lf ,T 1 O - one t e FllC't k I' ' L Sh Ph ,YJ LY , ' 1 1 -v I I S c .vc I- O O .I 7. -H , . , v V Pho . ' ' ' 'l1'TTT1Yll-1-iii-iTTil1111'vv1v1i11-11110--1ll als I-I1 1 1011111 1--1-11 1-1111 v-1-11 -1v-1-- n 1-1-u1-111 n-u-1u1u1n-------1 ---1-u mls Richardson Stationery Store PRINTING - GREETING CARDS OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1622 Stone St. Phone 107B COLGLAZIER 6' SON HY-KLAS GROCERIES-HARDWARE Falls City, Nebr. Phone 200 SH ESTAK DRUG PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS SODAS 1610 St 9 KINSEY'S Norge Appliances-Chryslel' Airtemp-Plumbing and Heating Contracts-Hardware-Sheet Metal 1621 Chase Street Phone 443 CHAFFEE BEAUTY SHOP 1611!-Q Stone Street PHONE 25 RUDY'S SMART WE XI' FOR WOMFIN Ready to IN eal Mlllmely Appleotf Appliance and Hatchery PLUMBING HEATING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 1613 STONE STREET PHONE 9 M F Wllllams Harness Shop F01 The Best In Food HARNESS AND COLLARS Follow The 0101111 General Leathex Repalr Wo1k CARTER S CAFE FRANCIS and IR NE CARTER fP1opJ Makes Tasty Meals 113 11 1611- S1 INDEPENDENT LUMBER COMPANY COAL LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL PAINT PHONE 102 Fallers Slnclalr Service BEATY S MARKET OIL GREASE CAR WASH TIRES ONE STOP FOOD SHOP 1- '11 1 'I u 4 I one St. Phone 1 1 ' ' 7 l' . . I O 7 7 1 7 . ' . To I ' E , ' . . . Phone 28 ' I I O ' - L 1- 44 rv I 1523 Harlan Street 701 Morton Street Phone 418 4. .. --.-. ..-..-......-..-..-.. -.----.-.- ...-......-......-... ---.-- .-..-...-..-..-. 4. 'I' I I I I I I -.uu1nu1u.-..-...1..1H-...-.,.-.-.1'11niH1111I-1.11....I-1..1.v1..-un--up-Ili..1.11.11,,.1,,.........1..1..1..-...1 1...-.11 FRIESEN IMPLEMENT COMPANY Your John Deere Dealer WE SERVICE ALL MAKES CHANEYS E 'eryth'ng To Fur 'sh You1 Home At Re'1.'o 1 I P1' . E A SAILORS BLLLDO7INC 1802 SCHOENHEIT STREET PHONE GREEN 645 Castle Home Appliance Co STEINBRINK S 13055 sw FEED STQRE BAYARDT CLARK It Y uRef1lly C1 e SWANTON 5' FENCE BuLl.ocKs MAID RITE NELSON S MARKET FALLS CITY TRACTOR SERVICE ALTHORILED NIEATS CROCERIES SCHOOL SLPPLIES AAL1 IQ QHALXIER AXD HLDSON SALES -XND SERVICE Mr and Mrs Roy Schmutzer and Co INTERIOR DECORATING W II R dg H Rd401 y BREEZY HILL FINE STEAKS AIND CHICKEN Tx o IIIIIG South of F1111 Ct XeI1'1 ki PHONE 1011 I 1 I x 1 1 IIIS ' . s 1 21 Jle 'ICOS I I i D O T v C E J I ' I : O I I 0 I I tone Street Phone i Falla City, Nebraska I .I. I I f - - - I - . . 2 0 c cl + I 1 I I .I ' I T ' I ' i ' l T y v y v 'I ' ' 4 4 L A A A L I . I - I ' I 1319 Fulton street Phone 695 North High y 73 I I : O I 0 I I . A ' I o u I 1 lam o ers Lyle enry I Phone: e Falls Cit , Nebraska I + li I I ' .' I V I S ' S iy,-' aus. 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Falls Cnty Truck 81 Implement Co , Inc PHONE 24 FALLS CITY NEBRASKA BOX 58 ' ' D al H'gh y 73 N 'th PAYTON 5 RAY NOVAK POINTIAC 4 H l PI YNIOLTH 8: D SOTO 1419 St 16 h BARADA PHONE 733 FALLS CITY NEBRASKA sANoRocK AGENCY Q , I I amp :mea S o INSURAINCE LOANS PROPERTY NIANIAGENIENT PHONE 997 MODERN CLEANERS 1507 sf 640 Good Ttwmgs to Eat MCMAHONS SEE E R MILLER 230 REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 0 575 880 Compliments of Falls Cnty B P O E Lodge 963 Frults Groceues le I e S I A' 1, 1' ' T., wne1 V 7 1 1 Ofucc Houm 9 00 0 5 00 Phone ll Falls C t Nebr O O I 7 Your Intematlonal and Goodyear e er 1 Wa O1 I New and Used Cars and Trucks - 142 ' St' t - St'eet 1 LY v -T LH . I 1 1' one Street Phone Phone ' ' ffice Phone Res. Ph O O I O I 1.1.11 1 .- .- .- 1 1 1 1 1 1 .- 1 1 -..1u1n..-u.-n--:n- 1 1.-..-n-111.111-nu-ua1 1:11.11 1 ..---11: U Compliments of BARBER SHOP THE TCW'-E MATT SIKORA, Prop. C60 BAUER IMPLEMENT COMPANY CASE IMPLEMENTS AND CONKEY FEEDS FUNK'S "G" HYBRID SEED CORN 1613 CHASE STREET FALLS CITY NEBRASKA TELEPHONE 274 W I: KENTQPP A J SCHNEIDWIND CABINET AND MILLWORK DEALFR IN GRAIIN 211 W 17th St So of Audltorulm Elcvatol At Stmu vllle and Shubelt Falls City Nebraska WILTSE MACHINERY 81 SUPPLY FORD FARMIING MEANS LESS WORK MORE INCOME PER ACRE 602 613 WEST 17th PHONE 752 COCA COLA BOTTLING CO HI, C, d 5 ALEXANDERS y -X W OLFERNIAN ASSOCIATE STORE WALLPAPER PXINT CLASS food Thmg To Eat ALTO C LAQQ I nod Thing To Dlml 1513 S 1619 CHASE STPEET PHONE 360 JOYS MACHINE SHOP 1615 CHASE STREET I NI JOY 0111161 PHONE 246 9 X' Y 1 1 0 l ' 1 - 4- .' - . . 5 'gs 1 St t ' Falls City, Nebr k I FIELD AND PIPE YVELDING Western Auto Associate Store AUTO ACCESSORIES 1521 STONE STREET PHONE 404 GENERAL LOAN CORP H J PRICHARD ff SON PAUL D' Z, MER M CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH 108 W 15 h S . 580 17 Ch 404 REAVIS 6' MACOMBER SAFEWAY STCRES FURNJEIQTEAEFNZTESZEEEQKIAG AMBULANCE SERVICE HY- - -'g th W K ' ' ' ' VERNS BARBER SHOP JOHN B WIEZOREK d 15S l HI WAY CAFE FROZEN CUSTARD CHICKEN STEAKS FISH DINNERS t H h y 4 FALLS CITY NEBRASKA PHONE 8 ICE CE Strate FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Nebraska Service Statlon WASHING AND GREASING Ice and Locker Servlce 1 Towus STREET PHONE 1 s ERNST TRANSFER COMPANY FURNITURE MOVING PHONE 594 Falls Cnty Wholesale Meat Co FAVORITE BRAND QUALITY LUNCHEOIN MEATS O M , anger Sales and Serv1ce est t t Phone th ase Street Phone A LT V 1 oux Feet Hult Bun Them to e Man I ho nows Hou to Glve You Relief . "Razzel Dazz For Dan ruff" 04 tone St. Fa ls City, Nebr. - 114, Mile Eas of Town on ig wa - , 37 I O O . . 2 it 3 O O Manufacturers of I' I 4, --. ----- ..-..-..-.--H--.----..-..-..-...-..-..f-.--.-----n-..--.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-n ---- ..-..-. 4. al. ..-.. ------- ..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-...-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-..... --.-- ..-.. 4. WITTROCK DAIRY PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS ICE CREAM FOUNTAIN SERVICE 1412 STONE STREET CENTRAL HOG MARKET A DAILY MARKET FOR YOUR FAT HOGS- TELEPHONE 899 STOP AT THE STRASIL BROS Northvue Cafe C1 DLACKSMITHINQ AND WELDING FAIXM REPAIR AND MACHINE SHOP SCFVICG S1'Cl1'I0l1 206 W 17th Sr 1616 Ch e FOR COOD SANDWICHES CONOCO GASOLINE WEST SIDE etes Recreatlon MARKET R A 1PeteJ HUMM LUNCH CANDY TOBACCO 311 West 21st St Phone 381 BILLIARDQ KE CREAM Falls Cnty Recreatron Center Phllllpg CASOLINE LEE TIRES OILS HONIE APPLIANCES 21st a d Ch e E W Zentel Phone 636 BOWLING AND BILLIARDS Whexe Good Fellow Meet 1504 6 Stone St Phone 4 S E NEBRASKA N E KANSAS Falls Cnty Mercantile Company WHOLESALE GROCERS We serv the ln epenaerwt Home Owned grocery stores PATRONIZE THEM Thex D ma rw o fuel of opportormy for youth of any cnt, S W IOWA N WV MISSOURI FLOYD W ZORN AGINES NI ZORN Zorn s Ceramrc Studro Gqteg PHONE BLACK 151 1413 Harll S F ll Cty Nebr I d H a F lla Cnty Nebr AUTO SERVICE TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES FALLS CITY NEBRASKA PHONE 961 I . 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