Fremont High School - Black And Gold Yearbook (Fremont, NE)

 - Class of 1959

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Callaway Campbell Cllrisf Cllrlslensen, T. Coffrell Davis, C. Comp Carfer Cllrlsfensen, R. Clemenfs Crocker Davis. P. CHLLHWQY, VIRGINIR' GER Deca Club, majored in history, minored in English and commercial CHMP, DHVID. Spanish Club, I-li-Y, choir, Orpheum reserve basketball, intramurals. CQMPBELL DEHN' Deca Club vice-Apressident commis- szotry worker, orpheum CRRTER, STEPHEN' Choir, county government steering committee, patrol lieutenant, wrestling, orpheum CHRIST IQNICE' Tiger Cubs, GHH Fremonters, band, Y-Teens, Student Council, librarian, homeroom officer, monitor, office helper CHRISTENSEN, ROGER' Band fconce-rt marching, tigerl band officer, Hi-Y cabinet member Student Readers Board, homeroom officer tennis, county gov- ernment :steering committee CHRISTENSEII, TOM Band fconcert marching, tigerf, band officer, Hi-Y secretary Student Readers Board, homeroom officer, tennis, F-Club, county government ,steering committee. CLEMENTS, KQY Mayored Qn Social studies :ninored ir. commercial and math COTTRELL, ROSS lvlajored in commercial rninored in :social studies and English CROCKER ILEIIE Tiger Cubs, GRQ, Girl: glee ue- bate Y-Teens, commissary worker dramatic: DHVIS, CONNIE, Tiger Cubs, Y-Teens, De-ca Club, majored in English, minored in social studies 'irzd homemaking. DRVIS, PHTSY: Commercial Club secretary, Tiger Cubs GQH, Fremonters, Spanish Club, Girl's glee, Y-Teens, choir, homeroom officer orpheum, county government "Now llere's your other alfernallvef' explain Lang fo Knoell, Krolln, and Kubik. PS ,-41 Fagan Ferguson aw. DICKERSON CPIREN, Tiger Cubs, GRD, Spanish Club Y-Teens, Commercial Club, monitor. DIERS, lvff3lRll.YN: Tiger Cubs, Girls glee, Y-Teens, Fl-IH, choir, office helper DRUM, MIC' F-Club president, Spanish Club, Student Council, varsity football and basketball, reserve bas- ketball, track, Hi-Y, choir, homeroom officer, sophomore class secretary-treasurer, county government. EBERS, IERRY1 Hi-Y president, Spanish Club, E-Club, track, golf, choir, homeroom officer, reserve and varsity basketball, Tiger Cubs, orpheum, county government. EDWHRDS, RICHHRD: Spanish Club, county govern- ment, monitor. EVERLY MHRY: Tiger Cubs, GQF1, Y-Teens, Deca Club monitor commissary worker FHGHN ROBERT l-l1Y Student Council homeroom officer F Club reserve and varsity football track FERGUSON RONHLD Malored in math and social studies minored in English Dickerson Ebers F"'d"'9 Goracke D Ed Frosf Goree nn: Evxxds Gocken Grubb FRHHM VELMQ Tiger Cubs Girls gee Y'l"eens Commercial Club commissary worker FRITZ ILH FHH maiored in homemalcing miriored in social studies and English FRODING CORHLEE Thespians social chairman band Cmarching dance? Tiger Cubs 30 Club G99 Ere monters Spanish Club Y Teens homeroom officer dra matics FROST NELDH Tiger Cubs GQQ Eremonters Spanish Club Dramatics Club Girls glee YTeens librarian choir exchange student candidate GOCKEN GFIRY Deca Club maiored in social studie minored in English and shop studies minored in scierce English and irdus ial arts GOREE DOROTHY Librarian maiored in math social studies and commercial mi ored in hornernalc ng and English GRUBB C H Deca Club maiorel in hop rninored in math and science 8 F Frahnl Fnfz 'P l ,l GORRCKE GHRRY: Majored in math and social " '.-'- b I , , , Q ' 1 ' - ' . if ff ' H9HlJ DLLW9YllE StudcntCOunc1l Boy glee Cl'lO1f patrol captatn RUSTLER managmg edttor Orpheum Outll and Scroll HQMMER CFIROLYN Ttger Cubs Spantsh Club Gtrls glee Y Teens Commerclal Club monttor Orpheum H9NSEN SUS9N Trger Cubs v1ce prestdent 30 Club chotr ltbrartan band ltbrartan G99 Fremonters Span rsh Club Y Teens Student Counctl home oom offtcer T1ger Tales Y Teens 9rea 4 Fall Conference presldent I-l9NSON SONI9 Ttger Cubs G99 Gtrls glee Y Teens Orpheum county government H9HTUNG P9UL Boys glee chotr patrol sentor l1eu tenant Orpheum I-l9YDEN l9NlCE Ttger Cubs 30 Club G99 Fremont ers G1rls glee YTeens RUSTLER exchange edttor Orpheum HEITMHNEK I9NlCE Tiger Cubs 30 Club Spantsh Club YTeens RUSTLER assrstant sports edttor pro gram edltor Qulll and Scroll dent Readers Board prestdent G99 v1ce presxdent Spamsh Club ofhcer Fremonters YTeens treasurer homeroom othcer cholr secretary sextette and trtple trto band Cmarchtng concert trger dancel and secre tary exchange student candtdate I .QQ-f7 Hahn Hammer Henricllson H1 B Hefnck H: Y sane" zunfnen k anson e one Heurmg Hmn Harfung Helllngs Homes Horacek W HENRICHSON SHNDR9 Ttger Cubs G99 Dramattcs Gtrls glee Orpheum HETRICK DOROTHY Ttger Cubs G99 YTeens Com merc1al Club FH9 olftcer momtor commtssary worker RUSTLER Staff BL9CK 61 GOLD 9d manager county government 30 Club HEURING D9lENE G1rls glee YTeens majored ID commerctal mtnored tn math and soclal studtes HILL B9RB9R9 Ttaer Cubs G99 Spantsh Club Gtrls glee band ltraer marchmq concertl orchestra FH9 otltce helper homeroom ofhcer county government HILL VIRGINI9 Ttger Cubs Gtrls glee Y Teens ma lored ln math scrence and SOCIGI studtes mxnored ln Englxsh and languages HINTZ HlLDEG9RD Ttger Cubs G99 YTeens Stu dent Counctl trtple trto exchange program chotr HOMES LHRRY Reserve basketball Deca Club and commtssary worker HORHCEK, MlCH9EL H1 Y Qutll and Scroll reserve football Student Counctl homeroom otttcer county government co chatrman wrestlmg 9 I A A ' . 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'Q' ' lk, Q i C' 5 4 , ' f , ' ' , - , A Mr Kenney shows Mr Thompson hghf cues durmg play rehearsal Hauser Huff Hgenfrlfz r 10 '27 l l F DlCK Cno 1 r c e 'md to reee e and w L 'bd trdclf 1 V1 hce o pre l 1, w g ILGE FFtlTZ QLICE T G Q n S ole pneum lVERSOl DH Fl FC b erve o bdll 'ind o ke boll w c t lHl HQ C nt c 1 l C motored rr con ne c1:1l ond oc1'1l ud 1T'O ed tn homemdktng C C1 d md IHHRMQRKT HICHHRD Sprint h Club Qulll and Sc oll HUSTLER Stott Student Counctl FClub cholr home room othcer lV1ll'fIIUUl'CIl l-l1Y re erve ond vdrs1ty tootboll tennt-3 county dove nment BLQCK 151 GOLD sports ed1tor IENSEN DENNIS H1 Y vc1rS1ty football ond basketball Student Councll Tlger Cubs chotr homeroom ofhcer IESSEN NORMR Sponr h Club YTeens Deco Club commtssory worker JOHNSON lERl LYNN Tlger Cubs GQQ Gtrls glee Sponlsh Club Qutll o d Scroll YTeens Drofnoucs Club Theeptons dll school play RUSTLER etdff BLQCK 61 GOLD ptcture edttor exchonge Qtudent condtdcxte county governmert steermq Commlttee homeroom O tcer IOHNSON MQRGIE Tlge Cubs 3U Club GRP! Pre mortere Glrls glee Y Teens Commerctol Club orpheum RUSTLER Fld fndroger county governmer ste-er1 g commlttee Kl OELL DONETTE Spam h Club C nm r to Cl b morttor homeroom ofltc Iverson Jahn Jahrmarkf Jensen Jessen Johnson, J. Johnson. M. Knoell Kolb Kounovsky Krenzer , Krohn I Kubik Kull Lakin Law KOLB, VIVIFIN: Commercial Club, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll secretary, RUSTLEH associate editor KOUNOVSKY, IQMES: Boy's glee, reserve football, ma- jored in shop, minored in math and social studies, KRENZER MI-TRILYN: GFIH, Girls glee, Student Coun- cil, homeroom officer, FHH project chairman, historian and president, local chapter and District 9, Miss KHOHN, MRRY LOU1 Girls glee, Commercial Club, county government, orpheum, KUBIK, WQYNE: FFR, orchestra, majored in vocational agriculture, minored in science and music. KULL, IEHN1 Tiger Cubs, GQH, Fremonters, Spanish Club, Girls glee, Y-Teens, choir LHKIN, LINDFI' Tiger Cubs, 30-Club, GQH, Fremonters, Spanish Club, Girl's glee, Y4Teens, librarian, Cornmer- cial Club, monitor, office helper, Commissary worker, Orpheum, county government. LHW, MHRLYS: Tiger Cubs, 30'Club, GHPI, Y-Teens, Frernonters, Girls glee, Dramatics Club, Commercial Club, commissary worker LEWIS, KHTHLEEN: Tiger Cubs, GFIH, Fremonters, Y-Teens, Student Council, librarian, monitor, office helper, homeroom officer, commissary worker, band tmarching, concert, dance, tigerl and librarian ond officer, Commercial Club treasurer and president, or- pheum, county government steering committee. LOEWE, GLORIQ Tiger Cubs, GQH, Spanish Club, Girls glee, Y-Teens, LONG, NlNQi Tiger Cubs, Girls glee FHH, Y-Teens, maiored in commercial and homemaking, minored in math and English , .u f GV 1 , 'O 1 Lewis Loewe Long Ebers receives lnlormaflon on Merlf scoring from Guidance Counselor. Mr. Mlfchell. 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I ' l l MCKENZIE, GENE: FFR vice-president, bcrnd, track, an , It f Marsh Marlens Molfllews Mead Mllran Mlllfgon Morehouse Muller "' Musbocll Myers Nelson Nickel Nielsen D MQRSH KEI F Club ecretory treasurer Sponr h Club Student Councll cholr monltor homeroom Olll cer mtromurols reserve ond vorsrty footboll trock MQRTENS SHERRY Commercrgl Club county govcrn ment steerlng commrttee MQTTHEWS LQRRY EER moyored ln vocotroncrl gn culture mrnored IH soclol studres ond comrnercrol MEQD BQRBQRH Tlger Cubs GHH Spcrmsh Club YTeens MIKHN WILLIQM Monrtor patrol molored 1n moth ond ll"tdlJSlf1Ol crrts mlno ed IH scrence and Englrsh MILLIGQN MFIRLO Sptznlsh Club EClub re erve lootbcrll wrestlrng chorr Ugll' groans Lysler lo Allen os slle pumps up flue fire A-.......,. 3 -054 wil Q Q in 'iv' 45' tw 1 Wfwmw 'Ve slew mf -f- flaw Y MOREHOUSE IOHNNE Cheerleader T1ger Cubs GRP. Eremonters Spcxmsh Club YTeens Student Council cho1r trrple tr1o homeroom ofhcer bond Cmorchmg concertl MULLER KQTHHRINE Trger Cubs secretory Trger Tcrles GRP! Eremonters Spctnlsh Club ofllcer Y Teens coblnet ond presldent llbrorron Student Councll vtce presrdent homeroom olf1cer county government MUSBQCH RLQN Dromcztrcs Club cho1r patrol mo yored IU sc1ence ond moth mrnored rn soclol tudre and Englrsh MYERS KFIREN Txger Cubs GQQ Fremonters Spon rsh Club Quill and Scroll presldent YTeens Glrls glee cholr trrple trro llbrczrron Student Councll mont tor debate squad all school ploy county government steermg commxttee bond Kmorchlng concertl and hbrorron RUSTLER staff BLHCK G GOLD co dltor NELSON NFINCY Fl-ll-'l COmm6fC1Gl Club YTeen Student Reorders Board G1rls glee orpheum county government NICKEL IQCK Mmorecl tn shop and octal tudle nored ln scrence ond moth NIELSEN DONQLD EEF! moyorccl rn math rrnd Jocr tlonol ogrlculture ond soclcxl studteu 15 :lg ,I t I 2 5 V l 1 Q... ,jx , M 3 N. 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S9Yll1UGl olhcer mlromuras mo Jored ln xocotlonol ogrlculture Grd mmo ed IH ocrol stufhe and moth NORE IOHN H1Y FClub Stuflent Reoder Bourfi b d regex lootboll lenm NORWOOD DON MGlOY9d1D 'ncllh cmd mduilrlol crrls mmored m soclill sludlei ond Erlghsn OLSON BOB H1 Y momlor Oll1C6 help r re erve loot boll cmd be lcetboll PHRKER LlllDf3l T1gc Cube CHQ Fremormlerx Spa 1 h Club Drornotlc Club YTe bzmfl Curl gl c r PQTPIICK GERQLD Spflml C H Cho o lC epe ,fit l ll ulenarl rph um PQTTEPSO DPIVE Bond lfo l f r F1 ru ffl 21 PEDEYSI' KHYE Y T ro d Pl RUST 1 rwoto efllvor PHILLIPS UEQIJ Q Tm-H Cub GRD Frm wo' ter Spam h Club Y Teof Cevuwe Club Glrl glff 'All 1 Cie' f W re 1 BLQCK 5 GOLD ole rmfmfrcer 16 POLLOCK IOQ Cv l orcd ll' POOLE MQRILYT S on Cub De 3 Club ill rn o ed n E gh '1 Fofferson Pedersen Phillips Pollock Poole a ni Qw3h5,w R as sr-.W "Shu-'-P to POPKEE DOTIHLD lvl:r,1tor,1r1trz'rr1u1'3ls fI1'1jCT'3'ilTI ,,. .,. an .,..t4,.,.,A V... rnqt ' ,Md .-,.,..,- .A.,.. ,Ju 1 Englzzrx 'md .,,,1'1. .'f1fi1G.2 PORTER LQRRY f-wp --A-v-,-V,-,A Af -npr- Lf-f. --V C -.,..M,,., W mm., Wd 1.f--,. 141, .f.1,p ,..1..,.4A f,-1,. .-,'11e., AU Popken Porfer Procfor Puls Purkey ,347 Rahfz Romer: Redfield Renmers 'ik ...4Iu.,J ...Au ,.. d Engliih Rupperf Sachs Sasse wwf? 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Y Scheer Scherer Canfeen Officers: Lorenzen, Charlesfon, Scoff, and Sokolovsky. Sexfon Shaw Shofbolf Sl-TWYER, DON. Reserve football, maiored in math. minored in social studies and English SCI-IEEE DIQNE' Tiger Cubs, Tiger Tales Y-Teens. GRP! president, Eremonters, Spanish Club, Girls glee, homeroom officer, county government SCHERER, RUTH Tiger Cubs, 30-Club, Tiger Tales GQQ, Y-Teens cabinet and secretary, Girls glee, choir librarian county government SCHOU NORMH Tiger Cubs, 30-Club, Tiger Tales, GRP. reporter, Eremonters, Quill and Scroll, Girl's glee, choir, county government steering committee, RUSTLER photo editor, BLQCK CS GOLD art editor. SCOTT, CHROLYN Tiger Cubs Y-Teens, EHR, majored in homemaking, minored in social studies and English. SCOTT FRED E Club Boy s glee, reserve and varsity football varsity basketball track, monitor homeroom officer Student Council county government SCOTT KHREN Deca Club El-lfft, maiored in home- making minored in comme cial and social studies. SELLERS SHNDRQ Tiger Cubs, GQQ, Y-Teens, ma- o ed i socia tucli and English, minored in math arid co mercial SEXTO' CHROLY T1 6. Cubs, Y-Teens librarian, ban QVID l-l Y zdc-nt E-Club Boys glee, crioi u e fl a concert, marching dance, tiger and do a '1 '1o'n ri o i cr, reserve football reserve a G SHOTEO T KE Ll , E-Club Boy .1 glee Choir re- 'C ar. , vxi tj f'2-.D I Tiger Cub.: wresflzrifl Smlfh and Sllofbolf :llusfrafe facl' fllaf clnvalry IS nof dead In fhe halls of FHS7 SIMMS BILL FClub crgcfmt gt grm Boy glee gr ny lootbull t JICK ure Img SMITH IEFIN Tlger Cub 30 Club GQQ Eremorlers YTeeP cgbmet Spgmsh Club olllcer Gul glee band ho oom ofllce SludentReQder Board county governwment SMITH LFIRRY FEP! lol Decci Club wres tlmg SMITH PHT Tlge Cub GQQ Spcmmsh Club DG 'ISIC Club YTe '1 TH pin xx cpreexden SOLL MQRY LOUISE OlllCC helper major '11 hom 'walcmq rr norefi 1 cowme cml ard oclgl tum Slmms Smffh J Smllh L SORE SEI BEVERLEE T e Cub GQF1 Fe C L: T SOREISEI STEPHEI D c1Club 'W m "l'l 'I '1 STHCK LILH C 'Yun Cl I b 'wa 'J n lc: guage e cm o E IUDI T ger Cub 30 Club T g e Ere O te S Sp r' sh C ub G ls gl e CPIOIT Drawn IC C LL Y Tee I brcr '1 I e cou coxe STROIG IUDY Tge Cubs 30 Club Gul qle COW 'n clgl Club mio dYZl"'1Gl1C SWQIM DQVID Boy gle 'n2l1orc'11"1 'ngth ml or d SWFIIISON BQRBFIRH GHQ Eremonte Spgmsh Club Gul s glee Smrfll P Sorensen S Sfrong So Slack Swarm Sorensen B Sfeen Swanson B l N' Q7 ks. R my V27 I9 I-I 'I zg r ' 5 r :confers Drzrncfxcs lu', Y- een: Girl: glee I -I .I ec , ..CIi1'DY, . gjcred m science .. i. cred 1. mcfh nd English , O.. . er G' Clu' , .. gore 'z 2 es, rnzncred in comm r ' l and 5 C1211 studies STE ff 3 i ' s, - 1 er Tcl 5, GRQ mir :.i l ir' e,I', nfs l" , - -tis li ricm, kcmercc.. :.l1f: r, ' :ty ' rnmem .I I r ' . - ' 'fi e, .. Y . er , inc ' r, . 5 , 'fs e. -' . . , 2 e m social studles cmd English , , , -rs, ' I , , , . , . , . ll H F . . , . - ., J, Q f S' . ,rf',' sl' lx Q 421 ,' .,i:-' , S, - , , 1 ' , mer r S , M I ie , 3 . femme IICEI' ,' - ' . , ' r S, , . . ' , r - In I. TS ' - e.S,.es1 s'C- ,' 1 I 2 ...R ' , .. e n ef . , . .. .,.x -':i ...r .S , m , 39 X I In V 7 ...Za 2, . n s - 1 ' ' . - . . X K LR WG at 2 H. Q. Walker Way Wlufney Wafson Wesfpllalen Ladd Irbrary for research SENIORS NOT PICTURED DHHLHFIUSER IFICK Mcnored rn soclal studres mr rrored rn scrence and Englrsh FERGUSON DICK FFR rnarored IH vocatronal agrlcul ture mrnored m Englrsh and socxal studzes EERRIN, MIKE Deca Club mrnored 1n oclal studle and Engllsh 55 Wooden Wymore Zarmsforf WQLKER CONNIE Trger Cubs 30 Club GRP! Pre monters Ourll and Scroll Dramaucs Club YTeens 11brar1an olhce helper homeroom otfrcer county gov ernment steerrnq commrttee RUSTLER staff BLFICK LS GOLD assoclclte edrtor WFITSON MHFIILYN Malored ln homemakrnq rnmored rn commercxal and soclal studres WHY DUHNE Deca Club reserve football malored ln shop mxnored ln Engllsh and socral studres Club YTeens EI-IH Grrls glee homeroom ottrcer WHITNEY RYNETTPI GPIB Fremonters Spanlsh Club YTeens Grrls glee county government WOODEN BILLIE IO Ma1orecl ln socral studl s m1 nored rn languages and Enghsh WYMORE KEN Majored rn shop mlnored rn soclal stud1es and Englrsh ZFIHMSTORE If-INET County government matored n socral studxes mrnored IH languages and Englrsh LFIDD EUGENE FFR track dramcrtlcs malored socral stud1es mmored rn dramat1cs and vocatronal agrlculture I-IOUSI'-I IIM Boys glee monrtor malored In sclence and math mrnored IR socral studxes and Engllsh KORTUM SUSHN Deca Club Glrls glee commrssary worker orpheum RILEY ROLLFIND Deca Club FFF! mayored In voca tronal agrmculture mxnored 1n soclal studres and Engltsh TODD PHIL Deca Club Intramurals reserve football WFILKER NORMHN Ma1ored1n scrence mrnored soc1aI SlUd19S and Engl1sh WQLTER FIRNOLD Malored rn shop mrnored rn ocral studles and Engllsh 21 'R r , ' ' if ' Q f U , 1.. , 'A , i u ' l f A ' ' ' I ff I I R ' ' , . 1 7 :XI-' . . WESTPI-IQLEN, KHROLYN: GQQ, Fremonters, Spanish ' A- 'L ' I - I I ' ' I ' I , 1 , ' i , 1 , , ' ., ' in Lakin. Barfling, and Mead ufilize reference secfion of 'Hue I A A I j I . , , . - I Z . . . I . in 14 Step dwarf eadtr ' the st oa ii sc ool le oe trerr the Class ot U s on emma tc her they trst erte ed se to tg re class ot l9CO ras 2l rnernoers l t f C I 4. CIQ 6 SC 6 l eoe v g o te e ass 1 lfrss F a ces Ha J' ose etnes o sorsottns o electtor tor class ttce s tre ptckedloa Blat to lead thern Pls he atdes they Chose lle e Olson vrce prestdent ard Porn Draernel sec retar teasurer The sophs were qtver tte tasks of decorahng for the l-lornecornnna ara servtna at the lun1or sentor banquet Dunna the 1958 59 school year loan Blau as agatn chosen to lead them Qss1st1na her were Parn Draemel v1ce prestdent and Durcan Drum secretarv treasurer The Juntors were plunged even deeper tnto the hte at FHS thts year 'lhey took over rnanl parts of the l-lornecorntng act1v1t1es as .Nell as planntng and playtng host at the Juntor sento hanauet and prom A G' s Jumor class ofhcers Drum Blalr and Draemel discuss prom plans While buffonlng Kelm s collar Kavlch de cldes 'lo decline good deeds If fhey always AFS apphcanfslnvolve clrmbmg up on chairs Thomas Draemel and Pefersen dns cuss where they would like fo go af chosen fo rep resenf FHS Holy cow." echo Sfruve, Vojfech, Ellerman. Nuhman, and Sokolovsky as ihe fable receives fhe confenfs of Jurgmg's purse 1,34 1 I 1 .xl - ,. - - 22 H " . .or I la do I Cr, f Eggitllglgts of their life at Pr'-mont .- ft. - - - - - u-nz pt ,l .QW .V V .. W' , ne' L-L Wim tu-JO YQCITS CI h AA Quia lxlggfl Av. c, A .6'Ct.e,..A ...v..C.QA..l: YA, .,4..d lf, 'A AAV A A Q C A ' 5' Ci the actua r - l'lI'1 l tts tr 1 . rings n lffarch last phase ol their journey Q r x nlon and fr l plz Stal Wh A Q t 1 .L r r h' 21, tl 'lf A YC 7 ll 5571413- , . 7 t E .t -. n nerr :irst ' 1 olf' r , '. 5' ' 'r Y' Q V i Y' 'N I . V - Dlvnu ufvvut cub, 5 Apu ad" h Al Egg! n u 1 1 I o - '.,,,AA . . . I u Q . f A re f McGee. Pedersen, Phillips, and Odden help decorafe Quill and Scroll Homecoming Hoai. Rise, Gallafin, and Gusfafson consulf BLACK 6 GOLD picfure schedule. "Thaf's fhe one," sfafes Cloud fo Cassell and Kerns. "Who is he?" MVN: "lf'd be easier fo Hip a coin," panfs Gregerson as Phillips, Larson, Pefersen, and Reufzel poise fhemselves for jump. Chrisfensen, Adams, Landholm, and Clinfon solve fhe problem of how fhe afiernoon classes gef higher grades. 23 "My ma does nol wear Army boo1s!" lo Nelson. "Look, we're models," quips Camp- bell fo Charlesfon. . - .- insisfs Wesfpllal , WM. gi 1155, M fog 193 X. E .M Yi 1, I Firsf year Journalisfs Filipi, Badger, Shada, and Johnson consider "borrowing" piclures all fhe 107 Bullelin Board. Kulhanelr, Mallonee, Osborne, Ryan, and Mead hold informal song-fesf. Wwe , A V. W, ,-, 5' f - l s' , 'f n ' 5 : .:' V , K' ' .,- mf, H V. 40 "Bur l don'f wan? 'lo do if," prolesfs Niebaum lo Jorgensen and Balmer. bay to Come Keeping pace with the junior and sergor classes, tne sophomores chose two girls and one boy to direct them in '59, Sondra lfleistrell was selected class president while Ierry Herbster stepped from the males ranks to assist her as the vice-president. Susan Muller was chosen to handle the secretarys duties tor their first year in Senior l-ligh, Mr, Robert Kroenke, mechanical drawing in- structor, and Miss Lillian Schultz, business teacher, are sponsors for the class of '61, Members ot the sophomore class sold ref lreshments at FHS games and also served at the banquet preceding the luniorfSenior Prom. They assisted in the decorations of the I-lomef coming dance and through the appointment of the student council, set up and decorated the Christmas tree last December, Thus with their first year behind them, the sophomores can look ahead to the adventurous days to follow. ?f'f2?r Morse, Parker. Warden. Sexfon, Muller. Reeder, Brown, Sophomore olllcers Meisfrell, Herbsfer, and Muller pumam' Gumb' and causey exemplify me fumfiued look over plans for Homecoming decoroflons. fimes G, FHS. N ,N and Hlere were lonely limes. foo ,. 1 if , -. la' 1, :- li I' +3,?'.v-ff' . rt' s. 25 "Hurry up." sighs Froid as she walls wilh Eafon and Wrighf. VanCleave. Sandau. King. and Polmalier fall: over plans lor a parfy befween classes. lfC.4fV'.5v'f:Af'Z1'Z.'A0fI4!E'-4 -Y Com-lnn. Sexfon seems fo like her joke as Loellier and Neff chuckle polifely. -...................- Craighead. Sic. and Winferburn fake careful aim for a bull's eye. Laffin and Causey cafch up on fheir reading af Wel- W ,, 14 ' ' Z6 ' ' 5 Jw sl f. I Iggy Choir officers Nielsen, Morehouse, Branderf, Besserf, Ebers, Hansen, Reimers, Hellings, and Shaw warm up before choir sessions. gay-er Than laugh ter Over and over, until its perfect. This is the way the 70 members of choir do it. Heading this hardworking group directed by Mr, Pllbert Gay were: Darrell Walsh, presi- dent, Kathy Reimers, vice-president, Elizabeth Hellings, secretary, and David Shaw, treasurer. Susan Hansen and lanice Nielsen served as librarians. To lead the rest through the more difficult singing is the task of the section leaders. These jobs went to Carol Brandert, lollnne More- house, lerry Ebers, and LeRoy Bessert. This years small groups included Madrigal, triple trio, girls' trio, and boys' quartet. These groups entertained for the various mens and womens organizations and businesses throughout town. The stateliness and beauty of the choir has been further enhanced by new choir robes. The robes are charcoal gray with gold and white reversible collars. The choir and small groups participated in such activities as the Christmas convocation and concert, and May concert and convocation. Fl picnic was held and new officers were tapped. Girls' Triple Trio and Trio: lack row-Morehouse. Mead- Helll"95f NHS? Ffonf 'DWI Tflo'-LU"dl'9lm' Boys' Quarfeffe: Klein and Jahrmarkf. Noi picfured: Yoskamp, Niebaum. Nol' shown: Lueninglloener, Olson, Ma,-sp, and Moser. Hinz, Blair, Christensen. Madrigal: Back row-Walsh, Besserf. Shaw, Eller- man, Ebers: Fronf row-Badger, Branderf, McCar' dle, Reimers, Hansen. Thomas. .my Sung U! Q x 2. 5 Z - 9 5. u- n E ? I -. -. Q Q n - - a 1' I 0 -. -. Q -. I 5. -0- 'mmmf 'Y' qs nM aus Jopaqq Jgoq une Came fa:-ly f rsa cast ' is Ca c sel a f ULRO Besse e e e fose I acre e D e W ls va a rrp T sw. We aersBdcx PamD W a S Hoe s ss, ww Mr Gay goes over cues wlfll Llghfmg Dfrecfor Nelson rr a rr Q is cast memzae S e e Derrol r 'fcCard1e Dave Slwafv Sarrdx Badaer Warren Ellermarx Herre Clean lack Neltar Kathx Rel mere Bob Marrka Marsh Del Jayne Harm Rrcha d Iahrmarkt Draemel Wer Kle rr Ebers Luemnghaener and Nlebaurr Sleep Bally sleep mourns McCardle fo Shaw as Relmers looks on h f Jzlirrzgarms one over Pluladelp ld ms rucfs Ya go' me helpless slqhs Walsh fo Han sen MP' Branderf and Besserf f 3 go "carousel lang " , K2 is if M, Eff-fibers cf the Tha 'ar' :iaht rar ti - Cie: prcdgctici af r Ll ,Q an M rch 1? ara 29 'xfgre Cara Braridert T, . Yi ' A , A , . A :petri Iiaisf, big: 1. -3 Ra :i r. r r, ar- rell a. h, kai Blair, Da 1' han , Ed'.'.'a.a aff K..1If,lKlGfllGT'Clf Vlxrri r i 'C . raeriel Q , f David ier Kei M r Ierr'-.' ' r, S':'i'fI'l H " Lgeiirigrlceier aid Kathy Tf1er3aLgrn 'S I , Q., , D - 8 F 'd y i Er '. wer r Q I Dr , L ' , A' W V N...-w 5 A V V A I A A! A' '. f - f , - , V A , , ' Y 'f Q R , V , -- we , " .' 11 3529 f 525. I II ' ' ' ll ' I ' II Il . . , Y, .?'. . , f. , , xc-5,1 . vv'--- ,,:,:':::.-:g- X, Q A: . f ,4- - x it , Ind the mimic Came Uat Here Fremont s bond fT'l'J'j' not ndve :dd 75 tromf bones, but '.-.rndt it locked in gudntity it more thdn mdde up for in gudlitjf. This guolity '.-:ds inspired by director Wdlt Olsen ond his son Bob, the dssistdnt director, dnd by co-cdptdins Ql Qllen dnd Ddvid Show, The 72-piece mdrching bond performed dt the tour home footbdll gdmes, Tneir dnnudl trip wds to Omdhd Westside. Tiger Bond, directed by Hllen ond Elizdbeth lrlellings, pldyed Gt dll home bdsketbdll gdmes ond pep rdllies. The 29 members trdveled to the Lincoln Northedst bdsketbdll gdme in Febf ruczry. land Librarians McCardle. Hellings. Lewis, Hansen, and Myers prove fllaf Hllng music isn'f "all work and no play." B f ? Q 1 is 5? Ddnce bdnd, under the direction of Show' provided music for the fffldliliiill Cnristrnos Pdrty. The concert bdnd s mdin pgbhc periormdnce 'rugs Bond Night on P8lJI'l,lGT'I' 5. They dlso DlCI'1'6d in the dnnudl goint bdnd convocdtion Three 52-hour rddio broddcdsts were xdde the concert group. Omdhd City Quditoriurn wds the destindtiori of the entire concert bomd during Tedcners Convention. Pls in every 'fQClT, severdl instrumentdl smcrll groups pdrticipdted in the Spring Music Fes- tivdl. Five bdnd members iourrieyed to Grdnd lsldnd for the stdte music clinic in October, Band capfaln Allen direcfs FHS Tiger Band. l958-59 Orchesfra YQ- 1-swat? 11 -4 xfv' W AX AVN1N xx x4Qf q,f-ef W NW Ugg I! milx , Lf! i as 3' A f ' -X E N' zzz: A Vg, QQ 4 ,Wg XWA I 'Kr E gi ,gf all 'mx ' 4fff,Q 'Wi 91-If '11 ab ,wx Lx 9' ' N' ,V ' In-nu Q wma slit: imma 'Sinn l 'X 'X N ms 4 S, :Q V' X I ' -gg sq X-.. ' In 1, ...... .. - W.: I .fl East: 5' H T M.-.MM X ww N W2 5 . Q WAN Wifi Q51 QQ 4 fihf ,.-6++W fx FAX 4 7 f . A . f f f 4 f f 5 7 9 s ? ? ' 4 ? - '4 2- ? . 4 Q A ,. f X f xx ,X Q XZ Z, Z 4 ff 9-2 fi Y :F + fa, 33 I' 4 'D 'PL 4 6 4 42 rv' kv 2? an nl in .R X .YRygM-'Rm 1n-Rx mx 77 I' 4 7, F S A M members form on "F" for homecom- ing First row-leff fo righl: Allen, Copfaing Reed, Honey, Pofferson, H. Bobendure, T. Chrislensen, R. Chrislensen, Thompson, Lewis, Toffness, Chrisf, Robertson: Second row-Semrud, Froding, Reufzel, Loeflier, Bresfer, Landholm, Hall, Olson, Lysfer, Reed, D. Briggs, Bakery Bock row-Becker, Torrens, B. Briggs, Sodomka, Landholm, Malschullaf, Smilh, Slrong, Dickmeyer, B. Sexfon, Swanson, Hansen. Girls' Dance Bond, under fhe di- recfion of Draemel, performs of Black and Gold convo. arching band 33 '12 You know whaf you have fo do now. don'f you, Edifh?" queries Smifh of Markley as Coufal, Morse, and Johnson lisfen infenfly. Blifhe spirif, Morse, gels ready for enfrance. 14 Touch of ma ic Noel Cowards comedy, 'Blithe Spirit," was enacted on December 5 by a seven member cast. lt was the schools second alleschool play. The Cast was led by Lanny Coutal who played Mr. Condomine, a middle aged novelist whose tirst wife comes back from the spirit world to haunt him. He was supported by Ieri Lynn lohnson as Ruth Condomine, Cherie Morse as Elvira Condomine, Pat Smith as Mad- ame Qrcati, Karen Odden as Mrs. Bradman, Steve Cunningham as Dr, Bradman, and Ianet Marlcley as Edith, the Condomines maid. Mr. Ronald Kenney, English and dramatics instructor directed this production Mr Wendel Smlfh as Madame Arcah sefs mood for Thompson, speech and debate instructor, as- sisted Mr. Kenney as stage manager. Lighting and special effects were in charge of vocal instructor, Mr. Hlbert l. Gay. There were two committees, in addition to the cast, working tor the success of this play. They were the Stage crew, consisting ot lim lanssen, Ron Bang, Earl Honaker, and Lanny Coutal, and the Property committee, consisting of Elizabeth l-lellings, Frances Hall, Nelda Erost, Sharon Thomas, Ioan May, and Sandra Lyster. The publicity was handled by the dramatics classes. mance Johnson Cunningham Coufal and Odden sfare as Smlfh goes 34 Info -of S.- 2,4 4 Ng X , , 5 'fx A 1 Updlke Nelson Helhngs Scherer and Cunningham discuss merifs of new books 14 Penny a Page Many books are purchased each year to beneht Semor l-hgh students Who toots the b1ll so to speak for the books? The student body 1tsell through the1r Penn J Day contr1but1ons make poss1ble the select1on and purchase ot add1t1ons such as The Book of Popular Sctence for the l1brary However Wh1le Penny Day money went to pay tor the volumes ot sc1ence adventure mystery and romance someone had to be re spons1ble tor the dec1s1on ot the purchase The Student Readers Board fulhlled ll'L1S need Once a week after school the board met 1n the l1brary w1th the1r sponsor MISS Manan Heres fhaf book smfles Nelson as Scherer and Bader to TQVIGW the VGTIOUS books magazmes FGCHBMGI1 'WM OH and per1od1cals wh1ch f ere l1sted as pOSS1DlG add1t1on to the l1brary s already W1d6 otlertna Bepresentauves to tl1e board were selected last October and served unt1l the end ot the school year Cand1dates were chosen 1n Fna l1sh classes and then voted upon 1n all home rooms says here quofes Updlke Cunnmgham El1zabetr1 Helhngs en or beaded the St dent Beaders Board to tl ear Hs 1st1nq he were JUUTOT Bob Facklem '1 v1ce pres1dent and sophomore Susan Muller secretar t ea Ot1er b ard membe s f Narc lf o But Sc 1erer s n1ors Melde e Upd1ke u o and Steve Cunnmaham sopl rno e Upor t ese people c tea t e p d9C1d na Nh1ch eaa1 J SCl6Cl1 r 1 te est1n to tte stu g -mai ,, ' r cf K . , , , V . 2 ' ' X If ' b I I I I - A 1 , , II I ll ' 4 1 I . 'J 1 ll ll U ' V Y b Y I A 7 If , fo . I A I C 4 l ' . . 5 I: : . . I , . . . 1 . 1 ' s 1 .. u- - I r ne . s' ' . Y I I A V A I I U A -v GA I A - D I A urer. s ii 1 1 'P r Y' my W V V .. ..C.,, 1, 4,5 1. I i 9 , , , . A , ' fl : e -. n 1 ' Nl r ' ' , ' . ,mo .. rc 1 ,QT . Z1 r-s ' 11, res o:is1r,1.1fj.' ' ' of ' 1. ' r 'nf , f ons would most 'n or ' a t . 'dents P Q rg , V .Q WNW Here if is." sighs Voss fo Branderf and Thompson. TlwAe who Take Care ' l cant seem to find this book, could you tell me where . . This phrase was repeated many times during a typical day in the high school library. However, the elusive volume of fiction, his- tory reference, or poetry was quickly located with the aid of a helpful student librarian. The duties of the 12 seniors who were se- lected to act as librarians included checking out books and magazines, receiving Penny Day collections each week, filing book cards, straightening book shelves, and decorating the bulletin board. Books purchased through student contribu- tions to Penny Day were placed in the hands of the librarians, who saw that the books were rnade available to those desiring to use thern. Faculty advisor for the librarians is Miss Marian Bader Lakin, Sexfon, Walker, and Sfeen dress up bullefin board. Librarians Muller and Myers fake fime ouf while sorf- ing magazines. Librarians Sokoiovsky, Chrisf, and Scherer check our books. wi. 4 i is l 37 Hl Y baskefball leam ca capfams Dugan and McCardle dis cuss slralegy ln pre game conference H1 Y officers Cllrlsfensen Shaw Drum and Ebers fall: over plans for carolfng parfy 71 They an af" To Create ma1nta1n and extend througl out the school and commumty h1gh standards of Chr1st1an Character IS the pledge fl11Cl'1 expressed by the ESU plus members of H1 Y as they opened the1r weekly meeurgs du 1ra the past year The Consutuents ot H1 Y selected Ierr Epers as the1r pres1dent and Dave Shan to the VICG H: Y cabanel members Shaw Nulxman Lamme Drum Honey Chrasfensen and Fackleman laugh appreclahvely af Ebers joke 38 pres1dent s post Tom Chrlstensen re Celyed t1e yo Q for t1e sec Qtar s dut1e f lnlf M1C ly Lllll ardled the more bags as the treasu er 19 groups II ,nor GCllV1l19S lor the ere t1e p oduCt1on ot a float lor the Home Comma parade tl1e1r part 1n the H1 Y model leg1slature held n Lmcoln the annual H1 Y Y Teen carolmg party and a basketball game mth the Grand Island H1 Y Sc1ence mstructors Mr Don Qnderson and Mr Ke1th Huahes ere faculty sponsors to tle year n1le N Qlbert Nore consented to be the H1-Ys sporso ina businessman The YMCQQ sponsor as lfr C C Groves Hi-Y Y-Teen carolers board busses during annual car- oling parfy. FRPMONT TRANSYWT LIN! 'Wo Man L4 an !Aland To 1Z'.l11Ci a fe11o'.-.'s:p1p of 'xxcrxen and gms . . represented the purpose of the YfTeer. organization. Qpproxirnateiy 175 girfs joxied the group at . . ,, . . ,, tie Recogxtior. oerernoriz' LK Sept-errzper 19:1 Ht this annual picnic they learned the rr.ear.lrfg of the YfTeef. sjfrnioois the triangle and a1ope Other activities during the iatter part ot 1958 inc1uded the United Nations TQUQ: program a World F'e11o'.'.'ship ohservation and trie annual Cnristmas carohng party and crgli feed '.-.'1ti. members of the Hi-Y Slated for the year of 1959 Heart Sister week, fr Worid Brotzi erhood program, a st',:1e show, the annuat Easter convocation, election ot oiiicers, senior breakfast and the insta11ation. The Qrea-4 Fa11 Conference was ne1d at a 1oca1 church in November 1958 Senior Susan Hansen was chosen to preside over the meet' ing, which boasted an attendance ot 1UO area girls. The Rev. 1, Graydon Wi1son ot the Methf adist Church was the speaker tor the day. YeTeen otticers for the term were Kathy Mu1f 1er, president, Pamela Draerne1, vice-president, Finn Larson, secretary, and Elizabeth Hethnas, treasurer. Serving as sponsors were Miss May Burk' ho1der and Miss He1en Wi1es. Mrs. David Favre 1er headed the Womens Counci1 as president, assisted by Mrs. Harry Smith, vicefpresident. Various service committees and committee heads were appointed ear1y in the year to Larsen and Molmsfen enjoy enferfoinmenf and food of Hl'Y-Y-Teen chili feed. Larson. Draemel, Muller, and Hellings guide Y-Teens os 1958-1959 oficers. assist with activities and programs. The come mittees and their chairmen were: finance, Car1a Ryan, poster, 1V1e1dene Updike scrapbook, Ian' ice Christ, pubhcity, Linda Voss, music, Sandra Badqerp typing, Iean Smith program, Susan Hansen, worship, Kathie Petersen, service, 1i11 N1cho1s, and social, Ruth Scherer. 1. . a 1e11ovJship devoted to t1ie task of whit reatizina in our common hte those ideals ot persor.a1 and sociat hving . Y-Teen fyping commiffee members Sokolovsky, Mallonee, Sexfon, Diers, Nelson, and Lewis look on os chairman Smifh does work. J- YTeen sponsors Mrss Burkholder and Mrss Wlles linrsh fhelr meal al fhe annual prcnfc Cloud pms Dunns corsage on during YTeen Hearf Slsfer week Tlns musf be fhe sfulf decades Updfke as Scherer wafches on al Hr Y Y Teen Chnl: supper Lysfer Smlfh Voss Helllngs Mlss Burkholder Miss Wlles Han sen Scherer Chrlsf Badger Ryan and Larson affend cabmel meehng while Draemel presides ual-d1anA of gg Ja Qc ccrfg Q Q QL g Q eww a u a a et, sto, cou a srl re r e motto t tae ,at l sauaa edteso e4 oo eas are ave oee s rrr roast ,ears t e sa et and e vrra s us ers and oe mm ot ff 1, t e at lootoall games and d rectma tl stude t tallrc arourtd the C,l1ld1I'1Q rs a lo ret uttme I me pat ol 5 actrvrtrs tor a ea Regardless or th trme o tloe yea ne weather youll trrd the patrol boy or dutf at Hrs appo ted post Thrs ,lea the Patrol Iacket came oaclf mto fxrsterrce alter a te 1 years absence to help 1 erttltf the patrol ooys f rrle tlre, 6 e U duty Otflcer for tlrrs year s patrol were Delffayrre Halrrr captam Paul l-lartung sertror lreutertartt artcl lreutertants Hl Plllen Steve Carter Pat Kerm Brll Mrkan and Gerald Patrrclc Mr Qlbertus Lay and Mr Robert Kroenlce were lacultf aclvrsors for the patrol grour: "Hey, you guys' Puf down fhaf shaving cream." orders Mr Lay af Homecommg rally the TI: orougln are Senior lreufenanfs Harfung and Hahn submrf schedule fo sponsor Mr Lay Wouldn f ff be easier lusf fo msfall frallic l:ghis7 quesflons Mrkan as Pafrlclr Kerm and Carfer smile approvmgly 41 gl . Tp nz .Y,. ' - .re ...e ,or - ma. , s ..r on, -.,,,. This r 'gon of pop lar s f "' Q "ai lt '. ' +R ' Y - ' ea if ,e ..- o o . ro .o . ' ,.4: ' 02- W 5 - 1 W 1 Tr. a . t ti ,fs Or tr..s 1, r - ,C t. ol :ra , r. a Aa j- ., for H Z r F A I P protectron or ot ters. S r Q a rt- C. rfor ' g rue. d 'f .-s . J r te rt . . ' K r o o. r . 'e r r. ' e . ' r or t 1 I V Y . rx , . . A I A 'A I , K , . , , 'd " , ' " fr o , I S I I Y Y ' . H F . .Y K 1 1 X . . 14 Woman fa World Comrnerciaf Club celebrates its tenth annr , . .h,, .Hs , , ., 'JETSCZY'-' during the 1535-M38 schoo. year all rast presidents 2-:ere guests of honor at a diri- r.'-r cornrrieirioratinq tile event. lyxgrina the year lortyfive students were re' Corded on tlif- clur, s :nerribersliip list Heading frm groug, v.'ere Kiztfqyx Lex-sis, pres1der.t Sally lldricocii, vice pre-s1der.i Pat Davis, secretary, IT.-Q1 lanet liartlgnz treasurer Club sponsors '.-.were Lfrss l.lllfII'. Schultz and ffiss Llaadalerw hcruert, coriirnercifil instruce 'f"'f: . ,.,u. Student eligibility reauired they be taking Cr have taken at least one cornrnercial subject at the time such as typing or shorthand, etc. Special proiect carried on under the superf v1s1on of cluh sponsors was a survey of past Corrxrnercial Club rnernbers Purpose of this '.-:as to see what benefit the exfrnerniaers had derived lrorn the comrnercial courses they corn- oleted in high school, and to what extent they had used thern Findings ol the survey were placed in Miss Schultzs lile ol Commercial Club rnernbers Club meetings '.-:ere held the second Thurs- day ol each inorith Various speakers were in- vited to attend and spoke on phases ol the lausiness world. Barfling, Davis, Lewis. and Hancock serve as Commer- cial Club officers lor '58-'59. 4.--'Wm' ag!" 42 ,4--'- Lewis compares survey resulls wifh sponsors Miss Scllulh and Miss Robberf. Sclluelke, Scllneeklafh. and Dickerson prepare reporls for Commercial Club. Lakin. Ranierl. Voxkamp of mlmeograpll machine. and Bellrie demonslrale use "The Paqlf the Thing" Thespian oficers Lysfer, Branderf, and Smifh discuss a play scripf. Janssen. Brand, and Coufal check microphone before producfion. ,Mg Heading Thespian commiffees are Updike, Froding, Markley, Reeder, Olson, and Coufal. Thespian Troupe 886 swelled their number to six tiries their original s1ze by the initiation of 36 members in lanuary, This brought their membership to 42, one oi the largest troupes ever Fremont l-ligh. This national honorary dramatics society worked hand in hand with the Clramatics classes. Most of the initiates came from begin! ning or advanced drama students, They ful filled the entrance requirements by doing stage and publicity work, as well as acting. Sponsored by Mr. Ronald Kenney and Mr. Wendel Thompson, the Thespians formed sev- eral committees. These included stage clean- up, homecoming, float, program, property, costume, and social committees, lt was the duty of a separate group to draw up a local Constitution and by-laws for the future. Sandra Lyster served as president of the Troupe. Other officers included Pat Smith, vicef president, Carol Brandert, secretary-treasurer, and Coralee Froding, social chairman. Hs in past years, the homecoming corona- tion was under the direction of the Thespians. ln the spring, this organization sponsored a three-act play, While not acting in the presenf tation, Thespian committees assisted in produc- tion details. Hll in all, the young dramatists did their best to live up to their motto, Uilct well your part, there all the honor lies." Rychner, Ryan, and Eckerf read through scripf lor Thespian plays. 511. school yourmcrlrsts meeting three major rxslfglrigcctrorrsl Requirements state tlrot ISCU exits must be GCCL1IT1'.llCllGd, that C1 sclrolcxstic Pen-Fointa to Honor fe ffxer ter me nest tsrgpeo tzl Lf. 11,5 tip 11.13 31 me Criss ze 1 iii SCTCL Side Cf eizpcs for fl.f'.i-Cl, and fTif'CfC'."li he 'g:1'.'e:. nr' Ile Cells- ,, ' .-.' :Le held rtgeribersflips lrg tire Cr Cp: eficersl fer f:.e Ierzz. '.-:ere Qresicierii fzr.. fuer. Kin-r1 lf 'A,' ers '.'.Cefpres1der.I llerucek seek' T seizcrs gcrrzed ille rziks of tlrrs mterrrfr firjx V1v1Ur1KCllL trfcspgrer, Teelzlceri iff srgimzotxor. Gi Cr February Al, lQ59 lwfemhers irlsc eitered 6: llzfrt is the llezge ,fi it me Prertxcht Gelfclplz QuGlLl','1r,.i: CQ',fI1,f',Q parade, Cid L11 Cldrge ef ,f yierszrlp were SCITTCYCI L 'A,' stef, Del:-:i1j.'ie Cereriirtrcri ef flerrg' Ci.rQst::1i:s Utd Hate: T. 'IZLQ 'eil l. '.,' ir. lefgissn, fsigce Hegtzrrerziefi, Yf-txt it trledl-sCE1:Cl C:.r."1:r.C1s Qlfl ','A A E 'Ce ffgelserg, f11c:.3elH:r3Cek Rlcirard lirlzr- u ffcrnic Schell Cciiie VVe1lker aria ' fuer. leemcen Cyl and Scroll is Cm honorary society lor " an . Af I in .3 . Johnson and Walker clip poinfs for Quill and Scroll. .1 'I I 13, Quill and Scroll officers Horacek, Kolb. and Myers make final preparations on banquef decorafions. ..,,4,' ns. "Lighf your candles from fhe Home of Trufh." Myers and Kolb. Quill and Scroll oflicers, pose wilh inifiafes Lysfer, Heifmanek, Hahn, Johnson, Nielsen, Schou. Jahrmarkl, and Horacek. fool: Homeward C- Cet 1 dr"1 C C C ,fe Ce CC Jsfe-ss L95 DCV' C C-Cc: IC C az: tdc. Q axe s merrg lj l gnoop' Ka g opr- f 5 C e 1 by ec '1 ed' S Ct1ors o l1or'1er'1C1k1r1o f' to emo GGG democrdc V1 home ,.r1d Com Jrtt e e e t'1 g ls eo C1 C J"r1C s dies more econorr CQ Ledd1 lg tbe FHQ Club fere l!lC1r1l r Kremzer JTPSlClfl'll Corolee Pedereow t1rst v1Ce prCs1 ent UPC C1r1S S VICV r S1 f t C ON secrf dn lfl llYI'l Dr S e ll ff bonso S or C ub Ne Ars Tmlo Sl'I'1'll1 Mrs Hume lohrtsor ond M123 Dor1s Htllstuzer The Club r'f1otl'1er-3 ere N S Bob lo ge ser1 Mrs Cho les Kre .ze Gfld N S Qof D1ers T I-4 C r J e ef'o CC'nd1ddte to we o ICQ C ser'-e We er o FHQ D Cf Q off! f rorrerf lcers QU ee F dseveddctftee ,1 oremost r1 le l HQ our1t rest vo fb C " e FFH CU1dd"l9S o tb ouee FFQ seruors Dorotn, HGTTICK fd lfI'1 De s l F1 Hdbtz cmd Mdmlm Krenzer Cd1'd1ddt S to t Kmqo Fl-IQ reesemosle ff Cf l!'CK9T'1ZS Dole Plddms D ff Cf l,1else1'1 dr1d Wo fre KUDIK er C1Ct1v1t1eQ held D Fl-lFl C e Dfl d, ddte FN1gl1t fC1m1l, r1oldt 1 d fl U d 1or1-s Weelf Qll o' tl ev C1 t1vt1fS s'gr1ed to 'Help the FHQ FFQ TNCITIDV Q dr1d t1 lGH1ll16S get to lcr1of1 9OCl1 other better or1d t promote better 1,rdersto11d1r1o ot tbf burrofe ot the C ub Wafhorn Knudsen, and Wlmmer puf finish mg touches on posfers for the sp mg sfyle show Krenxer. Pedersen, and Jorqenson serve as FHA presrdenf, vace presfdnf, and secrefary respechvely Schneeklofh and Chrnsfensen wafch as Lmgle complefes a home propecf 45 Eafon Rallh Hovendlck and Cllrlsfensen make plans for fund romng prolecf for fhevr yearbook: Clvrlsfensen Rallfz Kruse and Hancock WUfC'I as Pederson fypes :nvlfahons fo sfyle show Johnson Kfrchmann Chrlsfensen and Kruse look al incl preparahons for Honor Cllapfer award l ' f 3 FFA Queen candldales Hcfrlck and Kren :er Noi plclured. Dlers and Rahh. Klrchmann and Diers counf fickels fo be sold for Horne Show lo raise money for yearbooks. Znfmy to Serve c- lr-It t S fs: rj rw: tlrf 1 s ll O e FFQ Us t slfa ual s1r'1r'1ed1ate eamea e 1, st.1 1 t d1v1s1or1s lC ave pee estaohsned 1n th Fremont Chapter 1 s dSaJ1 SCmI'l6G adea r: DlCY Qcrce lund t and 1t trte dut es F Q and put lI"lO et ct the Chapters ne rr mag pro,eCts e d d JIS n fzeaded D Gene C t e lueadersh, Comrmttee canoe n ras th growth ot the Char tr r s 'Tl"fl'1DF3l'Slllf The Ce operat on Comm1ttee led lo, Larr, ndlfd the Chapters float to e home Corru g parade and SlYlVCd to develop the salesrnansh1p of the members through VGI1 as pre ects wh1le Donald N1elsen headed the Supe used Farmmg Comm1ttee 1n the1r con t 1out1ons to the Chapter Drck Ferauson was Cha1rman of the Comm1t tee on Communlt SGFVICG wh1Ch covered tr1e t1elds ot farm safety pest control and so1l testma Recrefrhon was planned by Larry N1elsen as t1e aroup held a Pulohc Relattons PlCI'llC lntra mural loaslcethall games Vf1ll'1ll'l the Chapter and the1r Town and Country Fest1val wh1ch as formerly known as the Farmer s Ball Darrell Bahner was head of the Chapters Scholarsntp Comm1ttee whose ma1n oblec twes were the 1nCreas1na of the FFQ L1brary and the st1lten1na up of the sCholast1c aual1l1Ca t1ons ot the1r otl1Cers The erahth and ttnal d1v1s1on was Conduct ot Meetmas wh1ch was headed by B1ll gCllI'Tlldl FFH pres1dent Scl1m1dt was ass1sted lov MCK9HZlG who served as VlCG pres1dent Brown FFQ secre ta y I-lckerlund the Chapters treasurer Bah ner the1r news reporter and Larry N1elser1 ho '1ll d the ser1t1r1el s DOSITIOYI ,sau acc mpamed r lf' ee e 1sed tne1 s o a a f' re sl or a tr1p t K est FFA ohcers lock row McKenzie vrce presidenf lrown secrefary Schmldf presfdenf Akerlund freas urer Fronf row Mr Kfldee sponsor lahner porfer Nielsen senhnel ""'5""5 pw bills, prizes for fhe Seed Sale Confesf Mr Krldee serves cherry ple fo Klevn. Brand, Schulenburg, Kracl, and Adams, wmners of Fesf Eradfcahon Confesf Los ers furnlshed Hue ple Klein, Pefersen, and Johnson admire fiffeen S1 47 I rl -z HI Walker Nielsen Myers and Johnson crop plclures lor Black and Gold Bul' l wanf a foofball player on flle cover mslsls Sporfs Edalor Jahrmarkf fo Arf Edffor Scllou bawn to bud: Wo Nl Look at that Coverl lt s mtel ls rt to late to buy a plastrc cover? These and other Comments echo through the halls alter ever, ne artrual hae oeen dtstrlb uted Thls rs the clrmax ol the long hard strug gle ol assembhng an annual The co edltors were chosen m Ma and be gan bulldmg the BLQCK CS GQLD long before the openlna of school ID the tall When the theme was estaolrshed and the rest ol the Stall chosen the began f ork on the cover the lrnanctal sttuatlon storles ellrng ads and tak rng prctures Work on ttf annual goee or untt tl Pf ar dlstnbuted rn the sprlng lrleadmg the l959 BLQCK J GOLD stall f ere Co edltors Karen Myers and lanlce Ntelsen Qs soclate edltor was Connle Walker Other mem bers of the stall fere Rrchard lahrmarkt sport ed1tor len Iohnson photo eclrtor Norma Schou art edltor Erleen Mahrt senro eclltor Deanna Phlllrps sales manager Dor thy Hetrrck ad manager and Ka en Teebke buslness man ager Facultf aclv1sor 1- as lV'r ljrancrs Rose Pho t graphy was taken care of by lvlr George lasmu Sen of Sl'TlllllOTfQ Studlo Tlus as fhe way :fs done giggles Teebken fo Helrlck and Plnlllps Edrfors Nielsen and Myers confer walls assoclafe edlfor Walker 15,9 Mr Rasmussen and Mr Rose on Black 6 Gold deadlines F I V 'I tr. 4, A, meg, 42976 ' J 1 1 . .1 .. - . 1 . . 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'f,,v.4! 91-om Fencil to l7reAA This is not Just a course, it is g '.'.' ot lite With this rather awe inspiring bit of advice, nineteen humble Juniors began their careers as high school journalists way back in the tall ot l957, ln the spring of l958, they received their bap tisrn ol tire as the young tledglings tried their journalistic wings in publishing the cub' and "senior" editions of the RUSTLER Last tall a decidedly more contident group ot seniors took up residence in room IOS, Cn November 7-8 ot last year, the Journalists traveled to the University of Nebraska where they participated in the annual Nebraska High School Press Hssociation convention. Three members of the department won awards in their areas. lanice Nielsen won third place in yearbook layout, Vivian Kolb placed second in copy reading and editingp and Mike l-loracek took a second place tie in sports writing. The task ol managing editor lor the tirst se- mester tell to Delwayne Hahn, Kolb was asso- ciate editor, Sandra Lyster performed the duties of feature editor, Horacek served as sports edi- tor, and Norma Schou held the post ot photo editor. On the business side, Marge Iohnson was ad manager, and Karen Teebken was business manager. During the second semester, Lyster was named managing editor, Hahn became asso- ciate editor, and Kolb was named teature editor. Schou received the added responsibility ot ad specialist and stall artist. Plll other tirst semester editors remained in their positions. Ad-Manager Johnson and Exchange Edifor Hayden look over THE RUSTLER for sfyle errors. Feafure Edifor Kolb. Sporfs Edifor Horacek, Managing Edifor Lysfer, and Associafe Edifor Hahn discuss page make-up and sfaff operafion '58-'59 RUSTLER sfaff: Back row-Teebken, Pedersen. Kolb. Lysfer, Johrmarkf, Johnson, Horacek: Second row Hefrick, Phillips, Mahrf, Hejfmanek, Hahn. Schou, Johnson: siffing-Walker and Hayden L,...ef 41-ukzqgw mi 'ji ISM 'N 3!'om-v-vs Flrsf year Journalism class Back row Blair May Johnson Pelersen Olson Wlmmer Second row-Jorgenson Babendure Odden chCflESf0H Rowe Phlllrps Meyer Fronf row Holf Badger Shada Updllre Gregerson Thomas Sporfs Edafor Horacek xllusfrales shorlage of cllalrs in Journalism deparfmenf. RUSTLER pholographers Hahn and Nelson check camera before lalung shofs Mr. Rose insfrucfs Mahrl' and Heilmanek on the policy of THE RUSTLER. Assislanl Ad Manager Pedersen checks ad layoul. The Qau tion ,QA . . . RESOLVED That the Un1ted States adopt the essential features of the British s 'A.' stern of edu' cation. On Qctober l8, 1958, eleven members of the debate class attended a study 1T1SillLllC at the University' of Nebraska. Ht this time the 'A.' heard lectures on tne systems ot education on 2-:nicli tliey had begun to do research. Discussion aroups also were held to point out the signifr cant problems in Qmencan 6d'.lC".lTlCif and pos- sible solutions for tliem Students were able to attend an actual debate on tlie proposition. Under tlie direction of Mr Wendel Tliorripsor., preparation tlien got Ut'id6Y'.','O 'A.' in earnest tor the first debate competition at Lincoln in De- cember. Hiatt scoring team at the contest was Karen Myers and Carol Kounovslcy, with a Zfl record. Mr. Thompson checks over debafe cases with Wiech- man and Fredricksen. 'lop ratmgs li lfCfiQ'.'1C'l'AUl CCTYZC-iltljfi '.-.'c:1t 1 ffljfers received a third place trcrglij' awarded in radio newscasting at the lilebrasiia W'esle','an contest. She also '.-ras presented suf jcerior and excellent rating certiicates. Team scoring rnost for ine season '.-:as lJl','ersfKoanovsk',', wgtn the Carla Ryanflleil Deupree, and lanice Sandau-Diane King teams also claiming tlzeir sliare of wins Debate calendar far the N59 5? season as follows. December 5-fi lanuarjx Q40 lanuary 3Uf3l February Fi-7 Marcli 7 Plbril 3-4 at Lincoln lfortiirfast at Kearne 'A,' State College at Nebraska Wesle 'A.' ar. at Hastings College at Lincoln Nortlxeast at University' ol Nebraska Simmons, King, Sexton, and Sandau fo research on de- baie cases. gi- Mr. Thompson goes over poinfs wifh vursify debafers-Kounovsky, Myers, Ryan, and Deupree. ff? Myers and Thomas gloaf over frophy which Myers won for radio newscasfing. f 1 1 4 Spanish sfudenfs Rowe. Davis, and lbsen cram before final fes f. ii f v 3 r 5 i 6 M est 52531 Wm! 2253 Wit Kimmel 1 Jurging, Niebaum, Jorgensen. and Meyer, Spanish Club ofhcers, pracfice singing Chrisfmas carols for ihe club's parfy. Bfandeff and Muller discuss "9'0"9U"i1U"i0" of Spanish class presidenfs Branderf, Meisfrell, Morse, and Morris 5PU"5S" Club with SPOHSW' M555 wifes- decorafe "el arbolifo de Navidad." 'i4dioA, p4migoA! " Buenos dias, arnigos Marking a turning point in its existence was the reorganization of Fl-lS's Spanish Club Hmong changes incorporated was the neu-5 itiembership requirements for students, whicii listed a Spanish memorization. Qny student that had taken or was then taking a year of Spanish was listed as a prospective member. Oiiicers for the 1958-1959 term were Kathleen ifiebaum, presidentp lvfary lurging, vice-pres? dent Nancy lcrgensen, secretary Elien Meyer, treasurer, The organization boasted a total member- ship of 42 Faculty advisor was Miss Helen Wiles, Spanish instructor. Spanish Club held four meetings during the year. Highlighting the season was the Christ- mas party December 15, 1958, at the Masonic Home with members breaking open a pinata, and the Spanish Club banquet. The banquet is an annual affair which all past and present Spanish students are invited to attend. Pls in previous years, names ot Pen Pals were obtained and letters exchanged with them. Ficcording to Miss Wiles, correspondence carried on with young people in Chile, Vene zuela, Mexico, and Hrgentina, to name only a few countries. 53 ,eww Z V2 QQ? " 3 iv' DECA sfudenf Ferguson iles records as parf of lus 'ob af Woolworlll s l One dougllnuf coming up answers Kull as Ferguson and Heurlng wall on commlssary cuslomers DECA olicers were Hauser Campbell and Fer guson it DECA sponsor Mr Flannery checks commrssary sfoclr farmny Wlule Zearmng Practlcal experrence for later hte Deca Drstrrbutrve Educatron Club ot Plmer rca was rn 1ts second year at FHS The gen eral goal ol the club was to tram the students for robs ln future years Deca dealt w1th such phases as how to hold yobs psychology 1n deahng wtth people and the best way to do the best work Besrdes holdmg Jobs IH downtown Fremont some ol the 25 members took t1me out to attend The lrrst ol these convent1ons was held rn Lmcoln ln October Th1s was to elect delegates lor the state conventlon held rn March Ht the state conventton the mam goal was to get delegates lor the natronal conventron ll a student wrshed to go to the natronal conventron he had to Wm vartous contests Hmong these were pubhc spealang essays f rndo N Judgrng and ob rntervrews Not all the tlme was devoted to work ln December the Dc Ca members and therr dates took ttme out lor a Chrrstmas part Qlter vaca tton they t eatsd ther bosses to a dlnner and pa t Headmg the club to tle ear lO58 59 wear were Frank l-louser prestdent Dean Camp bell vrce presrdcnt and Ron Ferguson secra tar, treasurf Nlr lames Flcxfnfr e ved as spar sor t ttre f rfup 54 6? --W ..- 1 a I , A ' ' "'7'1.-- ,. ' x .. ,-,, Q ' I 'E I o o 0 I r ' . . X f .- , various conventions. I I ' . 1 ' ' , I Y v ' ' r f " Yr , ' t Y' X' ' . r .1 , c - ' .t "f er t . t .r f 'V' S Y . . 1. ' or l ,g. J 1 more Than af Name . .R np. Zorro rnasns and smoras foxes Southern iaaies and gentlemen, Confederate iiags . . . Qll these and more to :fake County Gov' zufvwfft ff '3"f'ffCC The aenerfzl election S?1C'.'.'F?d the lfationalists on top, ccprgnig ll? of the i7 partisan oflces lationalist 'actors were Lou Filipi, County Flssessor, Larry Cvitt, County Ptttorney, Bolo Fackleman, Clerk at the District Court' Nancy loraensen, County Register of Deeds loan Blair, County Snerttt, Pam Draemel, County Treasurerg and loe Soltolovsky, County Sur- veyor. County Supervisors were Sandra Badger, lUl, Connie Christensen, lU2, loQnn Kruse, lU8g Coralee Pedersen, 2l4, Don l-lessentlow, 32lg Qrt Nelson, 327, and Sharyl Sellers, 329. Federalist winners were llene Olson, County Clerk, Supervisors ludy lbsen lU9g and Sharon Toftness, 216, Non-partisan ollices were taken over by Duncan Drum, County ludae, and loan Phil- lips, County Superintendent oi Schools. Ftppointive offices went to Pat Keim, Ex- tension Ftgent, Katherine Petersen, Plssistance Directorg Neil Deupree, Veterans Service, Marilyn Shada, Home Demonstrator, Kathleen Brayton, School Nurse, and Steve Honey, Youth Counselor. Sponsors Miss Helen Morrow and Mrs. Mil- dred Lana, Nationalist Co-Chairmen Carol Brandert and Mike Horacek and Federalist Co- Chairmen Sandra Lyster and Q1 Hllen, along with the steerina committees, oraanized County Government, Seniors worked on strferina com- mittees and acted as campaign manaaers for Juniors who ran for office. Sophomores, Juniors, and seniors also voted. The climax was Par- ticipation Day, November 24, 4:r,,, 4 1 rv J, Q "No," screams Lysfer fo Allen, lranderf, and Horacek. You Nafs won'f win!" "You see. l'm 'Hle real Zorro: he's iusf a fake." explains T. Chrlsfensen fo audience af Counfy Gov- ernmenf Convo as R. Chris- fensen looks on. Counfy Governmenf winners in- vade Courfhouse on Parflclpafion Day. "Ah, whaf heighfsf' dreams Carfer as Keim prepares fo send him off. Keller, Babendure, Bokowski, and Mr. Hughes check new sef- up of equipmenf. .ll Three, Two, Une . . . In inity Qi Decertziier ff Q55 sn: enterpisirig FHS sisae-nts fdanolped 11.5-Qt ftsi plans for d school :ioiiet and solenoe C1145 Nearly three months liter tzpeg' eaocee-ded .i getting tgp:-Lr project xii' orbit xzfliol. izf- '-.' progdfj QT' f-led the Pref int Qstrofagtfizl Sooef '.,' Tiff cor.st1tpier.ts of t:.e soaet ',,' all be '..' s, if-ated Gary Bokowsizi to pilot the-izi in their trrrst zwifzr fdrgor like Keller 'ssds Chaser. as his .s.sist'::1f to Carr ',.' op? T: A 'xioe-rrfesrderpts du' '.'.'I.liC' Ifed ilenr, :glee the sf-Cfetizry 'r"IS'.AYi'f :ost Undef the d.reCt1o:. of Mr Keith Hughes, cnertiistry and rig ',.' sios XTSTYUCYOY, who acted as their sponsor, the group Constructed a metal launching ,odd weighing close to 300 pounds Qfter iooating it in tile area free of 'JHILGS and an 'A.' other overhead objects, they began sliootmg for the stars in addition to their efforts Concerning rockf etry, the club also Carried on experiments in other helds of science. Thus with their piebe 'year behind them, the constituents of the Fremont Qstronautioai So! cietv could look to newer and higher horizons in man s never ending guest for knowledge, U71 Rockel Club ofhcers: Keller, vice-presidenlg Bokowskl, preside-nf: and Deupree. secrefary-freasurer. Mr. Hughes is helped by Marlin and Allen in un- loading equipment for "Rockef Club." 56 Wo:-lziny ?0l' 1411 Sludenf Council Presidenl' Walsh, Vice-Presldenl Mul- ler. and Secrelary Sokolovsky ponder over one of many problems broughl up in fheir meellngs. Tzierell he some changes made, seertiea to he the theme cl this year s Student Council, Two major changes were made this 'year gr. council procedure The f1rst change was tnat of the formation of an executive ccmrnlttee of Stgderx Councu, This committee was made up of council officers and a boy and girl representative from eacn of the three classes This eight member com- mittee met every other Tuesday morning to discuss business that would be brought into the Council meeting, ln conguiictian with this the Student Council meeting was changed from a weeisly meeting to a laifweekly meeting. This cnange was made so that a smaller committee could consider items of lesser importance and save time ir. council meetings, also to eliminate the neces- sity ot several students being absent from class The second change made this year was that representatives from all school organizations were invited to attend Student Council meet- ings, Darrell Walsh headed this years Student Council as presidentg Katharine Muller served as vice-president and Margaret Sokolovsky was secretary-treasurer. The many tasks that the Student Council performed were handled by six committees- QFS, New Student, Project, Trophy, Special ul. 1 uhh" - 1 f Publicify commillee members Myers and Lewis "reach" for ideas. guru-P IB! SH' Problems and Publicity. Some ot the many activities ot the Council during the past year were assisting with Home coming, sending delegates to the state Student Council convention in Omaha, and sponsoring the Christmas party Trophy Commlllee members Johnson, Warden, Morse, Flllpi. King, and Landholm inspecl lalesl addilion fo fhe frophy case. Sleinerl' lells AFS commillee members Thomas. Nichols. Pefersen. Hlnlx, Chrisl, Muller, and Prauner abouf plans for her AFS sponsored New Zealand lrip. Special problems commilfee members "There's whof l fhoughf would work," shows Nelson fo Proiecf Commiffee members Sfeinerf, Badger. Cunningham, Blair, and Charlesfan. Wil Mllllllkl ' r nun llsilllltl KWH" In Branderf. Hansen, Corlberg, Meisfrell, Voss, ond Simmons make plans for 1958-59 school ferm. Ranieri, Thomas. Jahrmarkf, and Parker- New Sfudenf Commiffee-discuss plans for helping incoming sfudenfs. Us Cl 'i Commifiee chairmen Simmons, Chrisf, Thom- as, Worden, and Myers fs? 'xg , smile in ogreemenf wifh u Mr. Meyer's plan. I F , Llf ICI ll ll Execufive commiffee members Sokolovsky. Nelson. Cunningham, Thomas, Jahrmorkf, Mul- ler, and Meisfrell ano- lyze poinfs of meefings. 58 f ' l-QM' 'Wlcere tice Heart QA " ,l Draemel, Walsh, Kounovsky, and Blair wafch as Sokolovsky is plesenfed as 1958 Homecoming Queen by F-Club officers, Drum and Simms. "This crown and sceptre represent the high standards and achievements of all our Fremont High School studentsfpast and present." This sentence, summing up the whole spirit of Homecoming 1958, officially crowned Queen Margaret l of Tigerland. Qgainst a background of goal posts and tigers Margaret Sokolovsky took her place as reigning monarch over the fourteenth annual celebration. Princesses Pam Muller and Hinfz ride prize winning Tiger Cub Hoof. film, 'f Draemel and Ioan Blair completed the royal court. Festivities officially began on Thursday, Oc- tober 2, with the traditional snake dance through downtown streets. H pep rally, along with a speech by Coach Bonhovde, introduc- tion of the team, and the burning of a Benson bunny climaxed the evening. Flfter the Coronation of the queen and prin- cesses Friday afternoon, the annual parade wound its way through the streets of Fremont. For the second consecutive year the Tiger Cub float took first place honors. It's l958 theme of, "Hare todayf--gone tomorrow," was chosen winner out of the ten floats entered. Httendants to the queen were lill Nichols and lanice Nielsen. llene Olsen and lleta Lar- sen served as attendants to the princesses. Qs in previous years, the dramatics depart- ment was in charge of the coronation. Student body president Darrell Walsh and F-Club offi- cers participated in the ceremony. Little lohn Kounovsky and Penny Walsh served as crown and sceptre bearers. The largest crowd in FHS history jammed Memorial Stadium at night to watch the Tigers battle Benson to a 20-20 deadlock. 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'. 2,14 v- p ,J ,, 4 -. ffifffff 'f'1wm'1 w"!q1.zLz 75219117 .m . .M 1 sn CQ 4?-4 an no - ww YG can can I Q 5 " 7 4 an nw' 74 alty K 5 r . y 4 ,',, '- I 1 .7 fw WW' fix cr? if GERFILD MEYER BQ Mrdland WILLIHM VOSSEt e u MRS MILDRED LPING BQ Mrd Colleqe MQ Unrversrty of lowa State Teacher Col eg land Colleqe Unrve stty ol Wrs Unlxer rty ol Nebra ka consrn Unrv rstty ot Nebr lc qovernment cour elor Cluartrng the Coal-Ae Fl Nrse man tndeed rs he who knows hts Three more of the faculty members have own mtstakes To show the young men and women thetr mtstakes must be competent leaders Leaders who are w1se rn years and expertence and are always ready to help the leaders of tomorrow l-leadrng thrs aroup of leaders ts Mr Llo d Sexton superrntendent of schools Qsststrng htm are Mr Gerald Meyer sentor htgh prrncl pal and Mr Wrllram Vossen JUHIOT htah prrn clpal Qctmg as secretarles tor Mr Sexton are M1ss Dons Hatch and Mrs Evelyn DeVasure Mrs Bonnle Ptnkerton IS Mr Meyer s secretary and M1ss Nancy lo Gerch serves as Juntor hgh secretary LEROY MlTCl-IELL BH Doa Coll gc MS Urtversrty o Orna ra socral problem p y h l y " u selor lv 66 reached a h1gher pedestal tn therr own educa t1on Mr Erancts Rose a Master mn Educatron M1ss Darlene Rrtter Master of Hrts and Mr LeRoy Mltchell a Master tn Gutdance Mr Meyer IS presrdent of the Nebraska Qs soc1at1on of School Hdrnrntstrators as well as belng secretary ol the Brg Ten Conference the Nebraska l-hgh School Press Plssoc1at1on tor the next year School board from leff fo rlghf Mr Howard Walllams Mr Donald S Sorenson Dr N F Svoboda Mr Roberf L Voss presldenf Mr Lloyd W Sexfon supermfendenf of schools Mrs Clifford Campbell and Mr Kennefh Lahrs f.A',i if st ,I . K x , J X Oi 1 ., ' . 'I BS P r . 2 , ' - Vg ,., ' J . ss I e, ME . V, ' rf " s . s' 'e. asa, O . . , I Y . . . . I ' , l ' ' ' E Mr. Francis Rose will serve as the president ol ' : . . . ' : e , . , Q Q i . - l 5 . ' s, s c.ooa I cc nr r 3 A ' 5 5 r I . K '- .,X iv K, -f'f , -rf ' - ffg v S ' W DOIIQLD FINDERSON BH Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity, University of Nebraska, Iowa State College, chemistry, geometry MISS MQRII-'IN BFIDER BQ, Midland College, Univer- sity of Nebraska, libranari Anderson Bader Bahe QLLISON BFIHE BH Wciyne State Teachers College, Flannery MH Wyoming University, world history coach MISS MQY BURKHOLDER. B F-I, Midland College, M Q, University of Nebraska, Latin l and 2 IPIMES FLQNNERY BFI, University ol Minnesota, dis- tributive education, HLBERT GRY: BQ, Nebraska Wesleyan University, MH, Colorcdo State College of Educaliong University i of Nebraska, vocal music. MISS KQTI-IRYN GERHFIRT BQ Grinnell College Uni- versity ol Nebraska, speech, Flrnerican literature, German LaVERNE HQDDFIII B H M Pl, Fairbury lunior College I-Iastings College, Colorado State College, geometry coach. GUY Gerharf Haddon uf 9.8 ...nl Burkholder 67 Hall Hanlon Hughes Kenney Klldee Kroenke MRS IOI E I-IQLL BFI Mrdland College Bachelor ot Speech WISCONSIN College of MUSIC Omaha Uruver 1ty Ergllsh eadmq slulls S VRHI CES HQNLOI B H M Pl U t eb a lca Columbra Umver 1ty Umxe Qrtw o M cmgar e ro E gl1s'1 Englleh llterature emor p It o l eb aska Sy acuxe Umvererty Derver Um sity chern et w pay rc QLD KE' EY BH Ke Fey I HI b a ka dramatlc Ertalr lx RICI-IQRD KILDEE B S Iowa State College Umve slty of Nebraska Colorado State College vocat1or1al agrl culture I 2 3 ard 4 weldmg ROBERT KROE KE BS MH UTIVQTS ty 0 I b f' Ka mechamcal d a.v1 g advanced 'sltop F-ILBERTUS LPIY BFI Hastmgs Coll ge MP1 U 1 cr 1ty of kebraeka algebra 2 trlgonometry 'nathema IOHI MCMULLEF BS tr education Pe u State Tea 1 rs College bl logy Flrne ICCID hlstory coaclr MISS INIELL MCPI-IERSON M Q Colorado S ate Coll of Educatrcn b QI rmg and adxanced r' Lay McMullen McPherson . I . . , . ., , ' r' g . '. 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Memorial Park also houses one of fhe mosf modern 8 lane fracks in fhe sfafe, 4 fennis courfs, a communify swimming pool, baseball and soffball diamonds, and a foofball pracfice field. pi. ,p7',. ' ,ffl ,M , Mfg 1, VW. 1? ffyz 'Mfg L' '4 4,713 ,Q"fv4 ,' 1, ' V V fff' yd f ' 1 ff ' fi' 5 V , f ' ' 'W Of JJMVV7 ' 'M' 1 fffvwf ff ' " f ,MV 'Q 'ff " f, 5 ' ,f f ' ' I , we , f A f gi , he-,-,x ' ' ' .1,gr,- " req, V V ,4 'Q ' 2 if .. 5 TS' . Yiyem . . . with Coach Pitt Bonhovdels Tiger gridders " rounded out an up and down season with a 35-l record. Starting out three decisive victories, the Bengals saw Ornaha Benson spoil their Home coming with a touchdown in the last 49 secf onds ot the contest. The final score read 20-20 Fill-State recognition was bestowed upon end Mic Drum whose offensive ability was a constant threat. Drurri also snared a spot on several Qll-Big Ten aggregaticns. Bill Simms, r tackle, and Ken Marsh, guard, received Big Ten honorable mention. Veferan sfudenf managers Fackleman and Nelson re- mind Harris and Moenfer fhaf if's dangerous fo forget anyfhing on a frip. Coach Ronhovde infroduces player per- sonnel during fhe irsf annual Tiger Nighf acfivifies. a Wal-riorlf Spirit 3 . Assisfanf coaches Al Bahe and Lee Clopper lisfen affenfively as head menfor Arf Ronhovde explains an affernoon pracfice session. All-Sfafe selecfion Mic Drum displays fhe pass cafching form fhof placed him on fhe myfhical aggregalion. Reserve gridders include l. fo r.: Fronl row: Wilhelm, Dugan, Norman, Kirchmann, York. Coach McMullen, Assisfanf Coach Haddan, Bundy. Besf, Hill, Rifhaler, Brown: Middle row: Manager Harris, Reed, Hunsucker. Schlumberger, Knoell. Schmidf, Schilke. Eller, Weddle. Suhr, Dickerson, Mona er Moenfer- Back row: Swanson. Frifz, McGee. Brazda, Scheer, Q - Karloff. Harvey, and Freeman. 4 on , 1 Y . 2 f ' 151' 9 Ji lei Qi M f Wy f GJ sz X 72 ' 7' 5 2 ,cw Q' If 1 42 fe Q2 Z if 6' Q Q ,Zi Z I' if 54 flap, .1 AA sf 5 Z , S f ' Q1 a -. 5 it gg- 2!'?3-Qfyf My Q- W V , , M , if ,,22?:'5weg,?,4'j .psig 0 V, f.'YZz if -xii 1 N5 . , av' ' 'JW 422595 1 A ap gl Q el .W , mf g, QQ? 5 'O W' , w ,V ,qo- iw -ws' gf ,, 1 .I if g 1 , .QQ T on Members of the 58-59 cage edifion: Back row-Scllnabel Campbell Huff Scofl' Ebers D Drum Shaw M Drum Fronf row-Mellon, Gilberfson, Manager Nelson, Lamme Nore get Tluzt Kal and ?1 Intl Qlthough coach Ql Bahes cagers were han' dicapped by the absence ol height, all out hustle paid oil in sparkling team play at sevf eral points during the past hardcourt season. llBahe's Bengals" owned wins over Omaha Benson, Lincoln Southeast, and conference teams l-lastings and Norfolk when the season ended. The two East Big Ten Conference wins were good enough lor a fourth place finish, Their tirst taste ol victory came at the expense ol Lincoln Southeast on the home niaples The Christmas holidays saw the roundf ball artists drop a tilt to Grand island and gain their second win, coming against Omaha Bene son, vsho proved to be a power in the Cniaha inter-city' League. Tirrcugh laruary the Tigers rret with a iziohti. long win drcuth lacl-1 Melton and lerrg' llbc-rs provided a winning combination as Mele tcrg pushed through the equalizer and lfbers made a fielder in the secord overtime to durrip Norfolk Dave Shaw and Dick Hull finished the sea- sor ir. a virtual tie tor scoring honors with l35 aria l3-1 respectively Ebers had 'rrp even lff and guzigors Nick Larnrrge and Pfdrl Hurt ccrzf plete-d tire top Lve 76 all fr , IPM .4 wa -r ...f if 5 2 3 1 gm? 2 5 1 rl"- Ti g gi new F ,W QMJM.-.QS W ff' 'A wwwwivvx w.,vrw'-'W M "',,M,,,.., 4 ,, WY. ? ,wp Q. Q ' My 'ii ff Q- 3 4 Q.. M l.. 'jr , ' 2 j-f:g'gf':',Q,g,am.g4 A V. 1 sg 5 M E 4: J ia Q- 9 3 9 1 'J' K ' sang, . f J fm fr Q 4 .Q-42 I i 9 ' 'H-l9'bf4 'Miva 1,1 17' -nr I' liili .li ,Z ,Z A b A egg Q flew jute:-eAt in an dncient Sport . I Ll rl I T, V.. 1959 Track squad: Back row-Suhr, Karloll, Jurgins, Besl, Kruger, F. Johnson, D. Drum, Bundy, Wilhelm, Ellerman, M. Drum, R. Johnson, Leigh, Schmidl. Schmidl, Marlin, Fagen, Thompson: Second row-Coach McMullen, Reed, Brown, Marsh, York, Frilx, Mahacek, Lamme, Sholboll, Simms, Milligan, Kirchmann, Moenler, Knoell, Gill, Scoll. Hull, Coach Ronhovdeg Fronl row-Coach Clopper, Sludenl Manager Fackleman, Newman, Hill, Mindrup, Morris, Nulzman, Monlayne, Harvey, Malmslen, Mellon, Schlumberger, Scheer, Loefller, Sleinbach, Morgan, Swanson, Sludenl Manager Herbsler. Mellon measures lhe heighl ol lhe bar as pole vaullers Schlumberger, and Malmslen look on and high jumper Leigh decides nal lo lry vaull bar. P ge.. 5.-.-. ,..-- Simms lels Karchmann Frllz Monlayne Bundy and Wilhelm m on his lechmque as Coach McMullen walches on Dlsfance men Harvey, Lamme, D. Drum lhiddenl. Marsh. Moenfer, Jurgins, Loeller, M. Drum, Ellermon, Morgan. Milli- 'Lia gan, and Morris wafch Coach M, ,..,,..,i.1 Clopper give Fagen insfruc- W 'Ww- fions for fhe sfarf. . '..l,:2..,, 'P -' .1 ' N s "To your marks," commands head Scoff, Schlumberger, and Karloff pre ,gf 1. 'Shay fM-cf coach Ronhovde as speedslers Huff, pare lo fake off. n Q para mmv,e?5,gf V Wi., , ls. ,. S. la Hurdlers Mahacek, Thompson, Gift, York, and Johnson display fheir form as fhey skim over fhe lows in prachce x 5 f . .va T l 3 ? f .ff 154, 'ff x 'NE aw' W 6 X - Q A A 4 A - A 58-59 Wreslling squad: Fronl' row-Horacek, Frifz, Frye. Hoffman, Clemenls, Redfield, Carlerg Second row-Marsh Nufzman, Sommers, Morgan, Monfayne, Cusfer, Boolllg Back row-Coach McMullen, Shofbolf, lverson, Milligan Thompson, Kircllmann, Bauers, Marlin, Simms, and Manager Hessenflow. Fremont Fremont Fremont Frernortt Fremont 82 l4 Grand lslond 36 8 Grand Leland 4U l6 Lincoln llCYlllE11.3l 35 Strength + Speed + Work 2 Succeu Frernont 37 Ltncoln Plus X Bellevue 43 Fremont l5 Bellevue Frernont 13 Ltncoln Southeast Fremont 5 Boys Town Lincoln Southeast 25 Fremont End in Bio Ten Simms gains Hve advanfage over Boys Town's Weinfurfer in fhe heavyweighf division al' fhe Sfafe Wresfling Meef of Lincoln. Fremonf Golf Club Pro Al leisfer, Coach Bahe, Hessenflow, Brown, and Moser walch as Ebers displays his puffing form. lNol' picfured: Nelson and J. Ebers.l 1959 Tennis Squad: lack row: Shaw. Chrisfensen, Besserf, Walsh, Dicker- son, Jahrmarkf: Fronf row: Mr. Haddan, coach: Nore, Johnson, Roberfs, Albers, and Scheer. lNol picfured: T. Chrlsfensen.l --i...,X 83 Her legal Som e s P4 T ese cies sea ros e t e C QC G a oo to o roat a at e e rea the t e re T rrtea NFQ ot F Cluo o oetter and rmprove the stahdards ot ataletrc teams m Fremont Hrgh Mtc Drum f as selected presrdeht ard Tack Meltor' vtce yorestdert tor the 58 CQ term The FCluh memoers chose Ker Marsa tor the secreta treasa post artd B U Stmros as taer seraeaht at a ms Memoe Smlp ca ce attarhed th ough ar o tte t ee ma or spc ts tootoah oasxet a ar tracrc or the three rrtmo sports olf ff esthha and tehms The FClub ts concerned mth hve major tuhcttorts a year They are the mlttatloh the F Club OmCel'S MEHOII MdrSll Und Dfllm show Off new gfyfjfdllqq gf IQHQIS the Chggglng Gnd COIQHG leffer lackefs whrle discussing mrfrulron HON of the Fclub queen the preqldmg OVSI the Homecomma actrvrttes and the old tlmers game FC1uh was sponsored h, Coach Qrt Roh hovde asslsted h Coaches F11 Bahe Tohh Mcltfu leh a d LaVe F6 Haddart FClub members Back row Hull Shaw Bauers M Drum Second row Fagen D Drum Simms Hessenllow Third row Jahrmarkl Marsh Shol' bolf Ebers Fourfh row Chrrsfensen Scoff Lamme Frffh row Malmslen Fackleman Srxfh row Nore Mellon Fronf row Nufzmon Ne son F Club presrdenf Drum escorls Queen Sokolavsky fo dance lloor affer her presenfaflon These boys were lnmaled mio F Club durlng fhe 58 59 ferm Back row Horacek. Campbell, Mrllrgan, Lorenzen, Brown, Hurl, Marhn. Johnson, Schmrdl' Fronf row Monlayne, Mor gan, Besserf. Carfer. Sokolovsky, Grlberlson, Frlrpl s .....W........, -lk Q15 . Shoe polish, rottoi eggs, joairit Tip TLCK, and 1 'xxoociei paddle at 1IfCi aid a halt thick . , . 2 V are just a tex-.' oi arti 'a e it the informal iiitiatioi of a pr jo ctiv P mn fx . - A memo r, I A 4 ff . - Bat li ddtti ., this Qfif T., . If r ther TS also a tormal iriittattori, Thts is Where you To h oar rr PQ A - ---t I T A 1 K 1 A X 'Iva , , Y f f rr' , . i ' .. V l 'r A - Y' Y r h ' . . r ' f T hr, A. of of ., ' ' b ll, . d t , . V . f- . .. . . --f- g , Q4 X T . . , . o I M , T 1 T , r r, , - r I . . . . : 2 . . . . : 1 . . ' . : 1 . . : I . : : . : : , l . GAA ofiicers Thomas, Parker, Schou, and Scheer make plans for annual baskefball play nighf wilh sponsor Miss Reed. Winning GAA baskelball team: Nielsen. Nichols, Reimers, Anderson, and Scheer. Nof picfured: Branderf. Winning deck-lennis feam: Back row: Morehouse, Mc- Cardle, Reimers, Johnson, and Smifhg Fronl row: Baker. Solrolovsky, Nichols. and Nielsen. ti t I7 aging Their Part Jn:-1 tzpe cr""' zctgcr, is 'ie spsris f,,. graft-fi Piid fflfif s '.'.' 5.31 the li? r.err.Lers cf the Gris Qtfiletzc OYCCITQLLCTQZY. dre .iterested irc Qeddkc QYCQC sicrscred fflss fier- cedes Feed did Mrs Tire Hill 5,-:ere Qfzpe Scheer presrde-:if Ehsdieii, Heiiirrgs xycn- president STUYOH Thorhds, secretary- fffdrdc Parker, tzedssrer did lIcr:1d Schcu, repcrter. Under tis errergetic grcgp the G92 ilcfzi 1-:sri third prgge li the Hcxeccrrgng pdrdde This jfedr CHQ went under d rzex-J ccrrstitxif ici tor the f.rst time, '.'.'r1erel3',' sckpccis Ure cldssiieci dcccrdirig tc the rirrriher cf dctivi- les GQH spciscrs Pllsc, the riurriher cf units heeded tc be eligible for dr. dwdrd iiczs Lean reduced lrcrri 3U to 20 units FYSITIONIQYS the orddnizdticrg lc? semi: girls wlic hdve earned 8C 'driits tc ccrrrlsftf- their CHQ record cdrd There were 3C girls tri Prerrioriters this yecir. lhcluded fri the GQl3l'ers schedule were dcfcl-1 teiriis, vollejrizdil, bdslcetbcxll, bowling, tennis, did soltisdll. Gayle 'Wihterburn grdbiced tcp honors ih the bowling tourhdrrierit with CI score ol l5O, while Marilyn Sic rctclced up the high poirit sccrc in bdskethdll, The trial dctivity for the 'gear 'NCIS CIF 'xwdrds cichic in lvlciy, Fremonfers: Back row: llgenfrifx, Tillman, Whilney Row 2: Law, Froding, Myers, Branderf, Hellings Sorenson: Row 3: Frosf, Muller, Sfeen, Chris? Baker, Nichols: Row 4: Walker, Lakin, Kull, Scheer Morehouse, McCardle Fronf row: Schou, Anderson Johnson, Smilh, Rupperf, Nielsen, and Sokolovsky Tiger Cub ollicers Hansen, Anderson, Pelersen and Phillips decorafe gale for bnskefball game. -muh -'h x 1. ,s 252-f.,, Tiger Tales members Gregerson, Ranieri, Scherer, Slruve, Anderson, Muller, Davis, Phillips, Pefersen. Hansen, Hellings, and Sheer serve as governing body of Tiger Cubs. Spirit l7aa1eA the Way Behind the team dll the way. ' Such were the sentiments of the 225 meme bers cf Tiger Cubs They added extra sparkle 'ind ':1tdl1t',' to school life by decorating for the football and basketball games, presenting slats t the tjfsfl rdllges, designing posters for thr- :f:lQs, find gzutng the team added :ncentive cffeffnrpcg in Tire igrnforrried cheering section 4 nit: , wt vi f ,inn ,Q l,ff:d.r,ng time Trier Cubs were. llona Finder' sin, t'fTf'S1Clf'I'if Sue' Hansen, vice president Kfittiy Pt-ti-rsflr., secretary, and loan Phillips, trcfasiirei lending helpful suggestions were the club sponsors Miss Darlene Ritter and Miss Helen Morrow, Before becoming actual members, the soph- omores had to go through a period of Htrainf ing," They had to sit in the cheering section for ive games before they could begin earning points. Then they had to earn ten points before they were considered actual members. Qther rules enforced Were: all members had to wear their colors on game days, sit in the cheering section at the pep rallies, have their pom poms before they could sit in the cheering section, and be at the cheering section before 7120. The clubs entry in the Homecoming parade took first prize for the second consecutive year, The theme was Hare Today, Gone Tomorrowf "Go, gang, go!!" The power behind fhe lhrone, fhe cheering sec lion, cheers lhe leam on during loolball season K ,W s " ' ,K-7" ' " 2:3 , 3 4 V? fi., Q ., ' wx V:" Q, I ,,,,.,,: ,,,: A ,I M' 5 W , ' s' K Q 'Gm ""' f " f v 3' " 2 wwf MW 1252" With good Clceer 1. Nielsen ,, 2' Nic"o'5 3. Morehouse M 4' sokolovsky V 2 , 4 22' 1 2 0 , Q 6. B eggfgel 10. Mraz: 1, ,, TW. 8 Barr 9 Measfrell A I S 2 4 , 6 X 7 . I0 V ' I . 8 A I ' . A. ' 9 41' 1 vfqzaqilfv 'f Vg 1?, A " , 1 ,' fag' 1-Mn s vi . , 4 . ' a I I Af: .A" " . H142 ylh .iw-'vt Azg M Wal, N Min? A ' ,V , A X., l , ,F H4 'V- Rliffgyi' 1 s-.,,.,.? W ,N when Tomorrow Comm From the bottom upf Pls each student works his way to his ulti- mate goal, a high school diploma, courses for each type of student and his aptitudes must be offered if the student is to benefit from his education Special attention is given in various ways, For the seventh graders, a science class is off tered. The eighth graders are required to take nine Weeks each of Spanish and German. This Office help: Firsf row-May, Voss, Houfs, Ludvigson, Mikan, Pospisil. De Prez: Second row-Carlsfrom, Erwin, Smiih, Nichols. lnfernafional Club: Firsf row-Diclrmeyer, Semrad, Marr Bruner, Campbell, Sawyer, Schneider. Lupher, Lakin, Taylor, Mayer: Second row-Saunders, Nichols, lseman, Mason Kimball, Hoppel, Shannon, Hollins, Mendenhall, Kulhanek Robinson: Third row-Whifmer, Fielder, Suflon, Mahoney Norwood, Johnson, Cardwell, Hance, Wicklund, Owsfon Kelley. 90 is to serve as a basis for any advanced large guage course they may take in senior high. To help the freshmen prepare for their prof gram in senior high, many classes and choices are made available Each student must take algebra, English, and a semester each of tfll'-'S ical education and science, To :pli oat thfar schedule, they may choose latin, civics, :world geography, choir, or science ll. The seventh grade students are introduced to the courses of flnglish, spelling, arithmetic, and geography To complete their program they must take vocal music, art, rnhysical edue cation, homemaking, and wcodworlcirig. To help round out the curriculum a variety of outside activities are provided, The student may choose trorn lunior Congress, pep club, Girls' Qthletic Flssociation, the Future Farmers' club, football, basketball, and track. ln addition, two new clubs have been added this year. They are the international club and the archery club. i Heading GAA lhrouqh fhe year were oflicers, Mafschullaf, Smifh, Tillman, and Becker. Ari' sfudenls Masfers Sanderson, Knorr Schneider and Prauner complefe class work. 'iii ' U V , Mg. are ,., . n Junior Congress: Fronf row-Kulhanelr, Hansen, Gill, Mohr, Dickmeyer, Vahshur. Frifz, Mack, Gusfafsen, Richardson Jorgensen, Gieshen, Bowers: Second row-Hellings, Voss, Jensen, Ranslem, VanGerpen, Larsen, Wilson, Barfling Nufzman, lseman, Cowles, Meyer: Third row-Suffon, Robinson, Riemers, Wiebold, Johnson, Hoppel, Becker, Schou Vrana. Mafschullaf, Kocour, Moenfer, Johnson. in-.-f Jr. Hi-Y: Fronf row-Bruner, Kimball, Whorlow, Wesferholf. Dunn, Klein, Walson, Gorden, Ebers: Second row-Gorden, Ro- senberry, Kleinerf, Jorgensen, Olson, Semrad, Granf, Popken, Niebaum: Back row-Julian, Fiehn, Sfurgeon, Wiysel, Prauner, Neufind, Toffness. Keim, Spies. Warden and Pinkerlon anlicipafe frampoline work in gym class. Librarians: Fronf row-Brdicko, Hively, Pos- pisil, Gregerson, Haddon, Riley, Kirfs, Brand- erf, Morgan, Tarvin, Hillers, Barfling, Sfanek, Powell, Limes: Second row-Dahl, Tillman. Mason, Roberfson, Branderl, Hivelyg Third row-Ludvigsen, Pulliam, Houfs, Lyddon. Jr Hlgh Choir Frrsf row Young Mason Scoff Tarvm Babendure Dewhursf Law Shipley Pulliam Adams Hughes Powell Morgan Second row Lallman Mafschullaf Hlllers Masfers Smrih Branderf Torrens Berry Orshek Nelson lseman Barfllng Ebers Houfs Malmsfen Nufxman Third row Sfeffen Ludvlgsen Lergh Hessenllow Smlfh Gibson Hfvely Kennedy Wlysel Carlson Olson Glover Blesfer Voss Back row Ebers Swarm Schou Wesferholf Klein Barber Taylor Branderf Moenfer Yerger Sfrong Bufcher Rainey Sfemke Vanshur Cllmhng the Scale Musrc Musrc Musto rtted the our ground the Industrrol Qrts Burtdrng when the members ot the Junror h1gn chorus met Mrss Gertrude Scheunernon chorus drrector tound her 55 Jurnor wcfrblers drvrded tnto two groups rn order to srmphty reglstrgtlon Before o pubhc oppeorronce only one reheorsol corn b1n1ng the two was held Hn tnnovotton thrs yegr g seventh grgde chorus ccxrne rnto herng second semester Thrs group mode up o students who had corn Jr Hugh Band Oflicers Back row VanGerpen Pefer son Hellmgs Mallonee Fronf row Bergerson Wal hams Jullan pleted the-rr seventh grczde rnusrc regut ernent stressed slght reodrng tundomentgs cmd prepgrotron tor future chorus work The full Chorus oppeored rn the Jun or hrgh Chrlstmos convocgtton ond the drnudl Jornt Chorr convoCott1on The grrls trtple trto repre sented the chorus rn vor1ous cornmumty pro gromrns Qccomponymg the chorus on thetr ventures rnto Mustclond wols Donno Koy VornR1per Garls Tnple Trao Back row ScoH Becker Branderf Tegf Nufzman Fronf row Smlfh Larson Landholm Vanlhper 92 Pl P ' l 'af 5 G yt , 3 A Y, r i h I lll . -f f", 27 l " - .7 ' - ' I A f ' 1 u l U .. . I . I i A . . lr I . . . . . I . . A . . 4 J . i . I! Je Jr. High Monifors: Fronf row-Sanderson, Wiebold, Crocker, Schmidf, Boofhe, Kulhonek, Thompson, Wooden, Marfin, Shado, Marsh, DePrez, Yerbeck, Kinkenon, Tompkins, Chrisfoferson: Second row-Tracy, Gorden, Dunn, Frauner, Ondoracek, Sherer, Kull, Torrens. Vrana, Ebers, Landholm, Brandf, Whorlow, Ronslem, Kimball, Andrews: Back row- Sfanek, Niebaum, Jorgensen, Keim, Bradbury. Lorenzen, Gronf, Leudfke, Whorlow, Tarvin, Tegf, Lahmon, Voss, Nuhman, Fenner, Brand, Ladd, Brown, Scoff, Mohr, Masfers. l! Pafrol: Benjamin, Kruger. Barron, Sfanek, Ladd, Tompkins, Peferson, Han- sen: Back row-Redwing. Mayor. Sfrong, Wilkening, 1 'M' Sfrenger, Firsfenou, Hall, Eskilsen. M....,, i an Y Z' - -QA.Y"5b -we Win., nm Mr. Lenihan shows Pospisil, Reed, Borf- Iing, Davis, and Wiy- sel lab equipmenf. 93 Spirit of The main purpose tor which the lunior High Pep Club was tormed was to promote sports- manship and to encourage democracy in school and community. Tfvutlu To lead the club in carrying out its purpose, this year members elected Lynette Landholm as president, Linda Moser as vice-presidentg Sally Malmsten, secretaryg and Dianne Bar- tling, treasurer. This year's cheerleaders chosen from and by the members were Ylene Larson, Sally Malmsten, Mary Orshek, Toni lseman, Nancy Voss, and Ioan Mason. Membership is open to any eighth or ninth grade girl with all Hs or not more than two Bs Pep Club officers Barfling, Moser, and Malmsfen dis- cuss plans wifh sponsors Miss Troff and Mrs. Schnabel. as her semester average. Forty-live new mem- bers were initiated into the club on October 27. Sponsors lor the group were Miss Irma Trott and Mrs. Shirley Schnabel. "Yea feam" echoes Junior High cheerleaders Mason, Orschek, lseman, Larsen, Malmsfen, and Voss. f "' l, ., , -5 . uf First row-Hoppel, Becker, lseman, Malmsfen, Voss, Mason, Larsen, Orshek, Peferson, Brown: Second row-Pulliam, Berry, Allen, Shannon, Colley, Masferson, Ronin. McCarfney, Hellings, Flesher, Orr, Ferguson. Hanceg Third row-Moser, Tegf, Houfs, Barfling, Powell, Hughes, Malonee. Johnson, Van Gerpen, Reimers, Nichols, Saunders, Haffan, Deupreeg Back row-Nelson, Hessenflow, Mafschullaf, Mohr, Yerger, Slrong. Vrana, Ebers, Van Riper, Swanson, Reed, Roberfson. 14 Qatar-e in 7lum6erA Pllflfqgfli. Cooolg Buzz Hollins iiitlr grode JUNIOR HIGH RECORD quid foiled to post or 'mcior '.,' over the 1958 W 9th Grade H Y l 7 mid, football prospects in Fremonl took on 12 Uf'q'3Cf'1':'iQ'ifq'f Q? 1 bright tote, Record tumours were welcomed U Tekqrmh r. the seventh, eighth, ond ninth grades. Ffemmg 19 50,15 giwx C11-5 20 To ,-,.- 4 'f,l,J' C, Cooclg George Pmcknejf S seveith grade Hcmwt 11 8th Grade INNWK ZJ crew topped the list 7C condidotes. Fyemggf 21 551,15 535-M Cgy U Fremoit O Norfolk 5 Fremont 34 , , , Blorr E 7th Grade Fremont 46 Blu: ' Sevenfh Grade gridders are, Fronf Row: Babendure, Marlin, Rise, Sa- Richardson. Ringle, Lay, Pugsley, Taylor, Theel. Boofhe, Thornburg: Second Row: Albers, Gif- bofka, ford, B. Nelson, Smifh, Caflelf, Neill, Wisemiller, E. Nelson, Thompson, Ulery, Carfrae, Rosenberry, Sfeen: Third Row: Chrisfensen, Sazama, Spoonhour, Way, Urban, Gordon, Draemel, Pinkerfon, Kaspar, Osborn, Becker, llgenfrifz: Back Row: Weuf- rick. Williams, Newsome, coach Kramer, coach Pinckney, Warden, Elliof, Olson, Gaefh, and Weslphal. Eighfh Grade foolballers include. Fronf Row: Williams, Voss, Lupher, Schneider. Kleinerf, Spahni, Lallman. Olsen, Marlin, Norwood: Second Row: Lakin. Johnson, Eskilson, Granf, Deprez. Sfrong, Marr, Shada. Mohr, Popken: Third Row: Koyen, 9 I 1 . 1 2 Ollenberg, Mack, Marsh, Horriger. Rump, Redwing, Sfurgeon. Julian, Kulhanek, Fiehn: Back Row: Taylor, Huff, Rainey, Neuind, Couffer, Ma- honey, Scherer, Toffen, Mayer, and Cardwell. 5? Foofball prospecls for 1959 are, Fronf row-Carlsfrom, Pinkley, Wesferholf, Verbeck, Kerwin, Young. Fagen, Spies, Thomas, Bergersong Second row-Brunner, Benjamin, Davis. Everly, Luedfke, Smifh, Gale, Sievers, Kellog, Ebers, Mendenhall, Dunn: Third row-Salma, Wanels, Wafson, Owens, Wohlner, Prauner, Wilkening, Osfrand, Green, Prickeff, Keim: Back row-Wrighf, Klein, Mundy, Swaim, Coach Hollins, Coach Kahnk, Williams, Neal, Gordon, and Kull. -hug bww, nf' 95 Cagem lout lieiglr t, Talen t, Stahl ticA IUNIOR HIGH RECORD Ninth Grade 45 Columbus 55 Schuyler 33 Blair 48 South Sioux 42 Boys' Town 51 Norfolk 32 Boys' Town 39 Bellevue 57 Westside El Columbus Eighlh Grade Cagers include: Fronl row-Schneider, Olson, Hull, Spahni, DePre1, Voskamp. Granl, Williams: Second row -Teebken, Rump, Kleinerl, Popken, Norwood, Draemel, Warden, Kulhanek, Shada. Marsh: Third row-Coach Graves, Suffon, Neulind, Card- well, Cluffer, Rainey, Scherer, Sfurgean. Coach Kyle. Eighth Grade Columbus 44 Schuyler 25 Blorir 18 South Sioux City 16 Boys' Town 53 Norfolk , l6 Boys' Town 23 Bellevue , 19 Columbus 40 Seventh Grade 14 Boys' Town Q 29 13 Boys' Town B 23 Sevenfh Grade Roundball Squad: Fronl' row- Franklin, Woodward, Marlin, Smifh, B. Nelson. Walker. Lay. King, Pugsley, Boolhe, Sabolka: Second row-Boeffcher, Kasper, Saxama. Gordon. Williams, Dauberf. Gaefh, Vander Schaaf, Gill, Chrisfensen, Losee, Way: Third row-Coach Graves. Gilford, Theel, E. Nel- son, Rosenberry, Myers, Coach Pinclrney, Ras- mussen, Rowe, llgenfrifz, Carfrae, Coach Johnson. Ninlh Grade 58-59 laskefball Crew: Fronf row-Sievers, Keim, Toffness, Kellog, Murphy, Berger- son: Second row-Ondrocek. Ol- son, Dunn, Gorden. Swalm, Taube. Williams, Prauner, Niebaum: Third raw-Coach Hollins, Men- denhall, Wafson, Wohlner, Klein, Kull, Erwin. Ebers, Coach Kahnk. 96 , ,. , iff , WV 7 ff 4--- 'Wz11:z1.g.'QZ1 4 -Q , 9, fo K Since fhe firsf claim sfake was driven on a rise of ground fhaf is now file corner of Firsf and D Sfreefs, sfabiiify has been fhe operafive word for describing fhe meiiowed life in Fremont. Almosf 500 businesses form fhe cenfer of a frading area for paris of 7 counfies serving a gross populafion of 92,000. ii an bn gpiifivlt Oscar Simms and special agenls Paul Larsen, Phil Huff and Schmldf agree fhaf fhe new Lark would be Mack, and Grover Callaway, are poinfing ouf fhe ex- fun in fhe dark fo drive af NIEBAUM MOTOR CO fra added advanfage of NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LlFE INSURANCE fo sfudenfs Larsen, Charlesfon, and Simms. FM ,fx 1 Hahn, Heuring, and Lewis are shown beaufiful frames by Miss Brandi af SKOGLUND'S STUDIO. Fedde and Jansen sfop in af BROWN DRUG affer school for lheir favorife snack. 98 Becllner, Waller, and Ulery came Ia OK SUPER SERV- ICE for fhe besf in qualify producfs and service. L A 2 Waffs. Kappler. Prickeff, and Babendure confemplafe flle ease of using one of Hlese new models af FRE- MONT OFFICE EQUIPMENT. 1 Mr. Bundy explains procedure fo Lillie, Sacks, and Clemenfs of PAUL BUNDY AGENCY. wr.. Vmelgwi 1 5 'V-K. f ref "Lef's see now," muses Laffin Io Mr. Dahl, Johnson, and Kircllmann. "In iusl' a few weeks I can have one of fhese new vacuum cleaners from BEEMER ELECTRIC all paid for." . , .,,...,n Tillman and Hammer undersfand BADER FUNERAL HOME'S repufofion for courfeous service offer a four of inspecfion. Erwin and Carfer use The wonderful alleys af FRE- MONT RECREATION ALLEYS. 99 lg" - f ' Grolf fills up lhe fank of JERRY MILLER CONOCO Walls. Koppeler. Prickeff, and Babendure 'Iry our while May, Riecken, and Wiechman wail. variefy of TV's af RUSTY'S TELEVISION SERVICE. Mrs. Roe, Belak, and Dickerson wafch as Zarmsforf "Do you mean if I . . ." queries Draemel Io Drum and fries on her Easfer bonnel' of McDONALD'S. Mr. Dove Miflen al FREMONT STATE COMPANY. Mr. Ilgenfrifz hands over Ireys of new '59 Chrysler Dick Baker shows Mellon, Ebers and Fagan 1822 Sarafoga Io Beebe as Clemenfs, Anson, and Scheer French Dueling Pislol af BAKER'S SPORTING GOODS. prepare fo go along for fhe ride al NICK NEFF TIRE G MOTOR CO. IOO P "Now your leff hand" inslrucls Schou as Ruppert fries To serve ou befler wifh FAIRMONT QUALITY PROD . y - ouf new organ of FREMONT MUSIC STORE. UCTS. mnnsinc, K'l37 xwwwfm mronuu CHU' ,,,,,V,, ,, :W F ' 'vnu , .-, W -.-Q.. z sd' z 1 0 6 so A 1 is 4 1 3 I I tx 5 ni G It F0 Ll I 3 IS ll l il 20 7 ti UO gf! X7 It ll ID nn- ,s.....,..-.- gy V, Mash. '- ' S VAIIIED CONSISI' W' 7""19ff"f5 E ....--- '41 Keifh Johnson shows Kraemer. Nelson, Toffness, and Low, Anderson, and Mead help Bader decide which Mindrup comparison charf of AMERICAN KIMBER- fashion lo choose from VERBlN'S. CHICKS. ' Q2'g?it4RQl-frm. Kavich, Sic. and Mr. Kavich fry ouf camforloble fur- Wesfphalen and VanDerslice view modern wall oven nishings of KAVICH'S. af FREMONT ENGINEERING CO. while Leigh and Knoell visualize food cooked in if. 101 - Lf " ' f , ' .,w ZWHHJ gr.-wg 5'--1 ' wmv' Q. 1 ' ,Nu M- 1-...Q E ill +2 gi?-:L I, uf' -AVKT. L!-lv-dm 'n""'x x.. Nielsen Myers Frosf and Lysfer mspecf new gas range af NEBRASKA NATURAL GAS ..wwf'Q p....... Larry Brown shows Sfofer Heurmg and Kull Hue mfrucacles of Hue vaulf af FREMONT NATIONAL BANK y MA v 5 ,U fx ,, K .,, 5 z.i.3' qv wvf ' I -A ' "7" if :LAM vw ,,,-. 1' ' 7 3 , . 9 V , A 1 2 L ' 4 L -ati 1 f I I I I I 0 ' Q 1.4! I 3 vt 73' fr L f Q - 4 I 5 . W ' . V , - if ' 3 ' Q ' . fp - Q 4 'T . "av ' I-,., ,Z as S . N I 1 4 ' G' if ' s 1' F51 1 if ' 2 I ,j if k 2 ,, I . ,f , X F . . ran ,I .Qi i " gt? Q f -K 2 R ' 5 I, ww 4 V.. 1. .4 E - 3375, ff f 'Q , eff., l n X GR 'if ' in A f 4jM.gli xi 1 P-. ! ' - 1 A is s vw' 5 ' 'g Q.: 2 ui A.. '55 'L Mr Ball shows Morehouse Johnson and Sexfon how easy :I IS fo open an accounf af FIRST NATIONAL BANK Myers and Hepfmanek show off high qualify producfs of AMERICAN MARIETTA CO 0 I I I . , 4, L 3' A ' iiwwf , Q, Av -WWW I I 0 7 U"'4,Q0 Ln 51 5 11? Q .I Q! '-wwf, A, 1 Q gi W WE new f viii? W Af fy f ii-f. 7 , . s.. YES J, My -.1 --"""" ,k T In .... ,LZ "Buf we wanf fo ride foo." pouf Walker and Hefrick Pafferson, Brown, Shofbolf, and Bauers know fhal for fo Sorenson al' DIERS MOTOR CO. I'he besl service for your car, iI's MILITARY TEXACO. PYDIICF 1.9465 1,9 50 fi' Pedersen. Rowe, and Hayden view Ihe low cosI'. high Kubick, Gusfafson, and Knoell find fhe shoe Ihaf fifs qualify sfyles af FASHION CITY. every occasion af R 6 S SHOE STORE. w I ' Ri 'lm 3 "Their pie is delicious," remarks Phillips fo Hauser as "Now, here's one . . ." poinfs auf Carole Rice fo May Callaway waifs for order of KRESGE'S. and Eller of FAUL'S. 109 Q -p-. 7' "+- Such famous names as Spam Hormel Chnl: Con Carne and Dmfy Moore are Included m flue full llne of meal producfs by GEO A HORMEL 6 COMPANY Hormel s also specialize rn a full llne of fresh meals dfsfrlbufed under fhe Dfary and Mmnesola Brand names Y"L So fhafs how :fs done marvels Hansen as Mr Eoslberg shows Nichols and Walker al' NEBRASKA PRlNTlNG AND LlTHOGRAPHlNG CO Ill l V . ' ' s , M M I mil L F . M I ' ,Q v. Y ,, a H 5 of , J ' 1 l W' x ""' M .V ' 9, , M ff ef we -ff fs' W-mage' .ffffav M- 'fb 1 uv, ,fy ' D' I H1 'JH' 19:0 ,,,. -gm" YV! I-',.f'nr 5- 109 'lu is v 'Q' we 'dare' 1 bf lb' Kg, .'S1.J" T. Chrislensen, R. Christensen, Hansen. and Thomas Mahoney and Kruger. under guidance of Mr. Conrad are shown lhe high-qualify school supplies by Mrs. view well sfocked warehouse al CONRAD'S-YOUR Edifh Sferner of CHAPPEL STATIONERY CO. NEBRASKA SEEDMAN. Mr. Myers explains an insurance policy lo Myers, "And if we lake il' in a liffle here," sfales Mr. Moeller Hefrick, and Walker af PATHFINDER CO. fo Suhr, Smifh, and Vance af HERMAN PETERSEN'S. ,i Q' N- -fiend Mr. Weiman and Mr. Kelley show Pollock and Frahm Nichols, Morehouse, and Sokolovsky's opinion of fhe how easy if is fo buy a home fhrough fhe KEN cryslol is apparenl al ANDERSON'S. ws:MAN AGENCY. 112 .7 113, J 5 ff- af Y L SMITDHORPE STUDIO g'l:'0l'j.l'0 ll. l'2lSl11l1SSE'I'l land Mr. Gerald Sampfer shows MacKenzie and May new line of spring and summer sporf coals af GERALD SAMPTER'S. D1p1omas 6 .Sf2ph,QlzA, fn. Educational Publishers Fremont, Nebraska Your BLAFK X GOLD ph0tog'1'apher H's "indusfry on parade" af FREMONT ELEVATOR CO. 117 Pat:-vnA of tlce 1959 Elaclz and gold ACE Glass Co. B 6 G Hosiery Shop Balduff's Markel' Banker's Life lns. Co. of Nebr. Bell Typewrifer Co. Bresfer Sfandard Service Chrisfensen Body Shop Chuck Wagon Cafe Cornhusker School of Cosmefology Croghan Cleaners Danford s Fred Dvorak Real Esfafe Loans lnsurance Milfon C Ebers Life Insurance Empress Thealres lnc Eskilsen Furmfure Co Evans Eleclric Co Fiehn s Camera G Sporhng Gds Fremonf Cake G Meal Co Fremonf Dairy Co Fremonl Foundry 6 Mach Co Fremonf Hafchery Fremonf Molasses Feed Co Fremonf Prinhng Co Fremonl' Roller Rmk Frodmg Refrigeraflon Service W H Heme MD and Willard H Hill MD Harold E Hirsh D D S Dr L L Hunhngfon Vefermarian H A Jakeman C C Nelson and R C Myers MD s Paul A Kurfh DDS Dr R C Macaluso OD 118 Gene's Mobile Service Hammang's Frozen Food Service Harry's Cafe Hipke Cleaners Hoppel Servisoff Co. ldeal Laundry 6 Dry Cleaners Johnson Furnifure Co. Johnson lrrigafion Supply Co. Jonsson Pasfry Shop Josephine Sfewarf Florisf The Jusface Agency Kelly s lGA Foodlmer Kolbo Radio 6 TV Krasne Bros Kurly s Drive ln Lafhn Dugan Funeral Home Leonard Jurgens Sinclair Lin Rod Beaufy Salon Lueders Lealher Goods Van W Lawson Morhcian Maxey s Cafe Murley s Cafe Nebraska Crib G Silo Nelson Palnl' Slore Francis R Orshek Co Owen Supply Co Panforium Cleaners Pafhlinder Hofel Paulson Television 5 Appliance Pefe's Do lf Yourself Shop Phelps Tobacco Co. Phil's Drive lnn Porfable Ready Mix Record Ron 'D' Voo Richfer Produce Rise Conoco Service Rogers Tenf Cv Awning Royal Cafe Roy s Radio 6 Television Ruwe Equipmenf Co Sanders Auchon 7 Up Boflling Co Sfoner Palnl' Sfore The Tally Ho Resfauranl Un-lon Abslracf Company Warrick Ha wkmson Tread Service Weinberg s Wesferholf lmperlal Service Willison Plumbing E1 Heaflng Wiffman 6 Company Reallors Yellow Cab Co A J Merrick MD Paul R Todd OD W O Pugsley Denllsl William M Walla Sr A L Rousey Denlisf DDSAB rl G Schlumberger DDS William M WUHU -lf JRSimmons MD 095550 S J S'x+a DDS D B Wellgeff' MD Richard Suffon Orfhodonfrsl Frank G Williams D D S F Wiffholf 6 Mclnfosh N D Ssgogoda and L G Leger Accounfanfs and Audilors 171-ofeAA1onal bzrectory L. H. Heine, M.D. Dr, , , , ' ' ' , , ,, ' , ' , , . Dr- I . I ' . . . . . ' . I ' ' ' CG . , . . . . . ' 1 -1 .' . nr...' Dr. . . ' . . . . ' ' i .' ' ' . . , . . I , Dr- ' I ' . . , . . . 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Camp David Camp Jerry Campbell Dean 7 83 4 72 80 5158 0 14 28 3 43 53 55 B 9 72 79 8 62 74 84 05 Campbell Kenf 24 76 Campbell Margarel Carlberg Mona Joy Carfer Sfephen 4 6 Cassell Donna Causey Ylcky Charlesfon Sandra 18 24 Chlfiick John Chrlsf Janlce 12 Chrlsfensen Chrlsfensen Chrfsfensen Chnsfensen Chnsiensen Conme Elleen Lynda Roger Tom Clark Jerry Clemenfs Carolyn Clemenfs Kay Cllnfon Kafhy Cloud Sfella Cook Diane Coffrell Ross Coufal Lanny Cral head Lynn Croc er llene Crocker lrls Crosler Sally Cunningham Sleve B 2 14 32 83 84 23 40 7 4 3 36 5B 7 6 4 4 2 9 6 4 9 ,9ndex Dav1s Canme Davis Pai 7 29 2 Deupree Nell Dewhursf John Dnckerson Caren Dickerson Randy Dlckmeyer Glorla 53 86 32 52 8 2 Dlers Marllyn 8 28 29 Draemel Pam 22 29 32 39 45 33 39 5 60 88 0 Drum Duncan 55 73 74 81 Drum M1c 8 29 38 59 72 4 77 80 R1 84 Dryden Connie Dugan Bill Dunn Sharon Dvorak Joan Eafon Georgean Ebers Jerry 60 76 Eckerf Nyla Eckerf Sheryle Edwards Rfchard Eller Gene Ellerman Warren Everly MUVY Fackelman Bob Fagan Bob Fedde JenneHe Ferguson Reglna Ferguson Ronme F1llp1 Lou 7 Frahm Velma Fredrlcksen Pai Freeman Sfeve Frlh lla Frlh Jerry Frod1ng Coralee Fro1d lynn Frosl Nelda Frye Duane Gallahn Marfha Gllberfson Don Gllberfson Roger 13 33 3 76 77 74 80 GIH Larry Glasscock Bernadlne Glasscock Geraldme Gocken Gary Goracke Garry Goree Dorofhy Greenfield Charles Greenield Davld Gregerson Kay Gro!! 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Paul Hul Dlck Hulfgren Dlck Hunsucker Jlm Hurf Earl lbsen Judy llgenlrlfz Alice lverson Dana Jacobsen Nancy Jahn Dlan Jahrmarki R1ch Janssen Janssen Jensen Jensen Jessen Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson 1n Lonny 73 74 75 6 7 79 B0 B1 77 78 79 4 29 53 12 28 9 58 74 75 Dennls 10 9 Marvln Norma Forresf 51 57 74 Jeanneife Jer 1 16 4 John Judlfh Larry 107 argle 10 2 50 85 Roger Sharon Jorgensen Nancy Jurgens Kelfh Jurglngs Mary Kall1o Laurle Kappeler Llnda Karloll Tom Kavlch Larry Kelm Pa? 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