Friend High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Friend, NE)

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' Y " .K ,f ' : CLASS HISTORY It was way back on the f1rst Monday 1n September ln the fall of l936 that e1ght l1ttle hopefuls toddled 1nto Mrs Fmegan s room to begln therr career 1n the Fnend schools In our second year we were Jomed by a bashful l1ttle blonde Ray Svehla tHow the years have changed Rayll In the thlrd grade we were moved 1nto the ma1n bulldrng What an honor' The ma1n event of our fourth year was the traglc burnlng of our school house 1n Ianuary l94O The ftfth grade found us 1n the llttle shop better known as the Manual Tra1n1ng Bu1ld1ng How we remember those cold tr1ps over to the Catholic School House for M1ss Larkrn s Geography class In the course of our srxth year we moved agam to the ma1n bu1ld1ng new burldlng Dunng thls year we changed teachers also In the seventh grade we found ourselves under the guldance of M1ss Larkm There was really a tr1be rn that room and how well we remember some of those rncrdents whlch took place We made a httle hlstory rn the course of the year but were to make our baa 1mpress1on the followrng year In our last year of grade school we were under the supervlslon of M1ss Barkmelr As we look back on that year we reahze that she had rather a hard ttme to control us We were qurte a problem for M1ss Weber our musrc teacher also W1th1n those f1rst elght years we gathered members and lost some but as you observe the orderly SQHIOIS of today you sttll see some o those llttle tots that started out wlth us As freshmen we were qurte orderly the frrst day' But we learned very our antlcs Remember those wlse cracks of McNerl1n s and hrs General Scrence was the topper After we had made an 1mpress1on on the Mlsse s Crones we no1s1ly sl1pped mto the lOth grade and proceeded on our way w1th the asslstance of M1ss Lehmer and M1ss K1rkoff Th1s year we were all shocked by the death of Coach McNerl1n as some of us struggled throught the 2nd year Spamsh others labored wlth Enghsh Algebra and Brology In our Iunlor year we had many thrngs to our credlt We presented a pray Showdown at Sawtooth whlch went over quxte well No one shall ever forget that Amerlcan I-I1story class under Mrss Lehmer Yes we were qettmg ourselves qulte a reputat1on but I beheve that we deserved a name better than knuckleheads A youth center was begun under Mr Morrts s superv1s1on It drew out ln terest for a wh1le We presented a Junlor senlor banquet wlth the proceeds of the class play late 1n Aprll Th1S ear was our last and we had an entrrely new hxgh school faculty We are proud to say that our basketball team was last year and 1S thrs year almost ent1rely composed of senlors We presented the class play lust Ducky and were very successful as far as the rece1pts were concerned We had a very emoyable sneak day and all are antlclpatlng our graduat1on which w1ll brlng our l2 years to a success ful end 4 . , , , , HG .1 . ' I ' ' I much from those seniors of l945, and it took only a few days before we started - - - 1 ' tr V I , I SENIOR CLASS ROBERT ASMUS Choral music 1 2 Orchestra 1 2 3 Band 4 Class Vxce Presxdent 4 An nual Staff 4 Stage Crew 3 HAROLD BARNEY Basketball l 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Choral Muslc 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 Sec retary 2 Annual Staff 4 Presldent 4 PAUL BECKER Choral Muslc 1 2 3 Orchestra 3 Bas ketball 3 Class Play 3 Class Presl dent 3 IRMA CROWDEH Choral Muslc 1 2 4 Band 4 Annual Staff 4 Pep Club 4 Class Play 4 JOAN EASLEY Orchestra 1 2 3 Band 4 Annual Staff 4 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Choral Musxc 2 Class Play 3 4 LUMIR FILIP RAYMOND GIFFORD Basketball 2 3 4 Manager 1 Foot ball 3 4 Track 3 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 3 4 Orc l 2 3 Choral Muslc l 2 3 4 Band 4 Softball 2 Vxce President 1 2 MARY GILL Pep Club 1 2 3 Class Play 3 4 Choral Music 1 2 3 Treasurer 1 2 5... SENIOR CLASS ROY HORN ER Basketball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Track 3 Choral Mus1c 1 Class Play 4 SHIRLEY KRAUS Choral MUSIC 1 2 Pep Club 2 LOIS MCCULLOUGH Choral Mus1c 1 2 EDMUND MOTIS Choral Mus1c 1 2 3 4 Stage Crew 3 Basketball 2 BETTY MURRAY JOHN PALMER Class Plav 3 Choral MUSIC 1 2 HELEN RACICKY Choral Mus1c 1 2 Annual Staff 4 Class Plav 4 GENE ROHRIG Basketball 3 4 Football 4 Choral Mus1c 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 Class Play 4 Choral Music 2, 43 Class Play 3. . 1 ' . , 3- 6. SENIOR CLASS ELLA MAE RULE Choral Musxc 1 Annual Staff 4 Band 4 Orchestra 1 2 Class Plav 3 4 Pep C ubl 2 3 4 ILA RULE Orchestra 1 2 3 Band 4 Choral Muslc 1 2 4 Pep Club 4 Class Play 4 RALPH SCHUSTER Choral Muslc 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Band 4 Class Play 3 Treasurer 4 EVERETT STEWART Basketball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Soft Class Play 3 4 RAY SVEHLA Stage Manager 3 Basketball l 2 3 4 Presldent 2 Treasurer 3 Representatlve 4 Football 3 4 Softball 2 Track 3 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 4 WILLIAM TENOPIR Football 4 GEORGE VOHNOUT Annual Staff 4 WARREN WEBER Choral Musxc 4 Orchestra 1 Basket ball 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 4 7 1 . , . . ' ball 25 Track,3g,Choral Music '1, 2, 3, 43 SENIOR CLASS Name Bob Asmus Harold Barney Paul Becker Irma Crowder Ioan Easley Lumrr Frlrp Raymond Grfford Mary Grll Boy Horner Sh1rley Kraus Lo1s McCullough Edmund Mot1s lohn Palmer Helen Raclcky Gene Rohrlq Ella Rule lla Rule Ralph Schuster Everett Stewart Ramon Svehla Wrllxam Tenoplr George Vohnout Warren Weber Melvm Zauc CLASS PROPHECY Career second hand car dealer lvory t1ckler travehnq salesman ballet dancer commander ot WACS barber baby sltter undertaker hockey star nurse Mrss Arnerlc soda Jerk of 1958 ed1tor of ESQUIFG rnaqazlne farmer s wrfe wlnner of True Confessron dentrst test pllot for Boelng grocery man pool shark horse doctor football star artoonrst tomato plcker operates a rabblt farm 8 MELVIN ZAGIC Choral Muslc 2 story pr1ze ' - ' ' a Betty Murray we baby carriage mechanic IUNIOR CLASS Back Row Wayne Yokel Lumlr Ladrrxn Dwayne Shunk Vern Jansky B111 Klnsel Herbert Wattles Leonard Wallace Dean Cunnmgham Vernon Palmer Harold Raspllcka Donald Nobbman Vlfgll Nelson Dwlght Ohs Mxddle Row Norma Vojta Twlla Couch Anna Sladek Vxvlan Noler Rose Marle ZHJIC Peggy Murphy Conme Hall Phylls Fxck Joanne F1Ck Mr Habermar' CSponsorJ Bottom Rcw Joan Brxtton Jo Ann Spohn Hllda Huber Albert Kalma Calvm Wldlck Valma Thompson Merna Belle Hager Manlyn Memke Robert Rogers Kenneth Kruplcka CLASS OFFICERS Dean Cunnlnqhcxrn Presldent Vern Icmsky VICG Presldent Duane Shunk Secrelury of Treasure 9-. A . 7 1 47. .VI ..- ' .it ff Fry ' lf ,gg Y gf ' 1.21 ., rf . R G, g - F A ' Q? . H .. X Z' .2 R , ' . 1 w s y v v Q 1 v 1 v 1 - ' v s v v s v 9 1 v - 1 ' v y v v v v a 1 s SCPHOMORE CLASS fN. Back Row Norman Freeman Lumn Zumphe Paul Bulwan Rlchard Rohrlg Harold Wattles Shlrley Glllan Shella Blackwood Beverly Stewart Patrlcla Murphy 'Mxddle Row Miss Hamllton Jeanette Johnson Bonn1e Zlegler Opal Chase Shlrley Bruntz Beverly Bowman Mary Warner Darlene Duba Gretchen Calvert Darlene Sobotka Karolyn Reynolds Bottom Row Donald Cogswell Harold Johnson Loran Ladman Dean Weber Daryl Olmstead Llnley Dav1s Phslls Schuster Lo1s McMullen Shxrley Wear Beth Blanchard Margaret Shutts CLASS OFFICERS Horrold lohnson Presldent Beth Blcrnchord VICE Presldent Mary Warner Secretcrry of Treasure 10- 1 5 . - - u v v - v v . v ' . 'Y . I . 1 I V . . . ' - 1 u . . , v , 1 1 9 , . ' v r v 1 y 1 , y v v , . FRESHMAN CLASS Back Row LeRov Klemholtz Paul Horner Duane Gxllan Norma Johnson Marxan Yokel Janlce Massxe Donna Pratt Mae Hopkins MISS Shannon Front Row Bob Svehla Kelth Clouse Edwald Heckman Jr Toby McMullen Cathrlne Burns Elalne Ohs D01 IS McCa1p1n E1 ma Hubel CLASS OFFICERS Bob Svehlo Presxde-nt Clorox Hopkms Vlce Presldent Kenh Clouae Secretory of Treasure 11 Middle Row: Robert Murray. Mario Powell, Jean Meinke, Genevieve Vossler, Clara EIGH'1'H GRADE SEVENTH GRADE Back Row: Miss Kolar KTeacherJ, John Jewitt Roger Heim. Jack Con- roy, Tom Calvert, Jim Heberlee, Joyce Massie, Joellen Johnson, Ruth Poff. From Row: Gene Heck- man, Elmer Kraus, Joseph Svehla, David Thompson, Ernest Gif- ford, John Klippen- stein. Connie Sampson, Ella Mae Zajic, Wilma Fick. Back Row: Left to right: Kathryn Vohnout, Betty Surber. Mary Ann McCullough, De- loris Hansen, Lila Mae Ratliff, Frances Scott, Angeline Betka. Rose Ella Range, Patricia Hopkins. Middle Row: Mrs. Calvert Joan Kucaba, Lois Meinke, Velma Sladek, Patricia Nobbman. Last Row: Julis Shutt D a r l e n e Thompson, Patty Asmus, Deloris Weber, Bernard Svehla, L 1 o y d Earleywine, Melvin Pratt, Morris Bender Billie B , ritton, Ellis Shutts, Marvin McIntosh. Top Row: Darrel Her- man, Donald Svehla, Bethine Wattles. Joyce Roll, Janice Jewitt, Barbara Yokel, Freddie McMullen, Bernard Ach, Lyle Mitchell, Vincent Horky. Second Row: Mildred Carlson KTeacher7, Max- ine Friesen, Janice B e n d e r, Marybeth Samuelson. Robert Hansen, Ronald Heim, Richard Lee Foreman, Gerald Rieflin, Harvey Mead, Marlin Heim, Bottom Row: Maxine Mitchell, Julia Murray, Richard Pratt. Donald Gibson, Robert Samuel- son, Joan Klippenstein, Billie Sladek, Richard Thompson, Larry John- son, Jon Lee Samuel- son, Robert Mitchell. Back Row: Don Block, Jack Stewart, Betsy Blanchard, Opal Mil- ton, Jerome Stonerook, Howard Ash, Frank Gifford, Dee Nicholson, Robert Hardin, Freder- ick Eberhardt. Second Row: Miss Bangs, Robert Johnson, Nor- man Misek, Dorthy Vohnout, Leroy Carey, E l a i n e Stevenson, Franklin McCullough, Irvin Couch. Roger Gifford, Kathryn Mc- Mullen, Roy Swanson, Jeorgan Samuelson, Phillip Gallup. Front Row: Roy John Connolly, Julia Matrey, Richard Couch. Robert Larsen, Joanne Sam- uelson, Junior Wattles, Calvin Engel, Dick Sampson, Connie Sur- ber, Mary Malek, Mar- jory Fick. Sharon Earlywine, Rose Sla- dek, and David Thomp- SOD. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES -13M Back Row: Patsy Svehla, Jimmy Heeren, Patri- cia Mericka, Carl Stonerook, Mary Ann Heeren, LaVina Heber- lee, Karen Kay Carey, Charles Stevenson, Su- san Wood, Jerry Malek. Middle Row: Mrs. Engel, Dean Roll, Nancy Con- nolly, Gerald Klippen- stein, Daisy Hager, Phyllis Jelinek, Rosalie Stewart, Arthur Heim, Janice Zajic, Robert Stonerook. Front Row: Phil Aitken, Ann Barney, Sharon Connolly, Jerry Sladek, Judy Samuelson, Arvon Engel, Charles Nickol- son, William Couch, George Shutt, Gary Gill, Sally Drake, Donna Lee Matney. Front Row: Irene Thomp- son, Sharon Kay Lar- sen, Kathryn Ann Gill, Dorothy Ann Roth, Sara Lou Schuster, Donna Rae Larsen, Barbara Ann Oglevie, Deloris Reflin, Lila Mae Connolly. Back Row: Miss Hamil- ton, Bobby Rae Lind- say, Bill Turner, Roger Hall, Jimmy Surber, Ronald Mericka, John- ny Moore, Dickie Her- man, Loarn Kelley. CLASS WILL ln behalf of my clrent the Class of l948 of Errend Hrqh School of the town of Frrend Nebraska l present to you her Last Wrll and Testament llollowrnq rs the document whrch has been duly drawn up and sworn to We the class of l948 do make and publrsh thrs our Last Wrll and do drspose of our estate rn the followrnq manner ltem one We qrve and bequeath to the faculty a sweet and unbroken successron of restful nrahts and peaceful dreams No lonqer need they awake at nrqht wonderrnq rf we are dornq our homework ltem two The followrna may seem trrflrnq but they are possessron whrch hav been very dear to us and we wrth to leave them rn qood hands Frrst Brll Tenoprr leaves hrs abrlrty to speak freely wrthout staaefrrqht to Ioan Erck Second Balph Schuster wrlls hrs prqeon toes to Vern fansky Thrrd Gene Bohrrq wrlls hrs aorlrty to chanqe draoers to Clara Hopkrns Fourth frma Crowder wrlls her 'enqthy frame to Shrrley Cfrllar Frfth Betty Murray wrlls her whrrlwrnd courtshrps to Dean lfVeber Srxth Bob Asmus wrlls hrs qrrdle to Loren Ladman Seventh Mary Grll wrlls her abrlrty to attract men to Mrss Shannon Erqhth Bay Grfford wrlls hrs brq ears to Shrrley Bruntz Nrnth Shrrley Kraus wrlls her oorlrty to darn socks to Dwrqht Ohs Tenth loan Easley wrlls her dry cuds of bubble qum to Ed Heckman Eleventh Ella Mae Rule wrlls her safe drrvrna to Dwayne Shunk Twelvth lla Rule wrlls her readrnq abrlrty to Tobre McMullen Thrrteenth Lors McCullough wrlls her beautrful frqure to Donna Pratt Fourteenth Melvrn Zarrc wrlls hrs bald head nrckname and mrdqet srze Darlene Duba Erfteenth Helen Bacrcky wrlls her overflowrrq en rqy to Br hard Bohrrq Srxteenth George Vohnout lecxes all h artrstrc drawrna on the blackboard to the future faculty Erqhteentle Eddre Motr fvrlle Ctl the ary cuds ot Crum on hrs desk to Leonard Wallace Nrneteenrh Everett Stewart l. cves hrs qrrl to an nterprrsrna sophomor Twentre h Boy Horner wrlls hrs sleeor q sr kness to Beverly Stewart Twenty frrst Harold Barney wrlls hrs vtolfr rq abrlrtf to loan Spohn Twenty second Bay Svehla Nrrls hrs r oerto re of rrce lrttle fcrry tales to Brll Krnsel Twenty thrra Lun rr Erlrp wrll hrs oofv rful brarn to those Sophomores who need rt rn Mathenratrcs Twenty fourth lohn Palmer wrlls hrs old Sears and Roebuck catalogs to all those lrttle aoqqle eyed freshrren Paul Becker wrlls hrs way wrth the women to Whrtey Nelson We ao hereby constrtute and appornt Mr Haberman our prrncrpal as sole executor of thrs our Last Wrll and Testament ln wrtness whereof we the Class of l948 set our hand and seal thrs the twenty thrrd day of May A D l948 Bob Asmus Testatrrx l5 I ' ' ' ' s ' . e , ' ' ': I V ' ll I 4 , I r Y I r I , . . t . 1 r . lt , ' H ' ' , ' ' ' to ' , ' ' 'r e 'c ' ' . ' , 1 I' , is c ' ' ' , Seventeenth, Warren Weber wrlls the lipstick on his collars to Mary Warner. L . ., ' r ' - rl ' A ' ' , ' K , ' , e 1 ' L e . ' ' e. ' t , . ' Q 9 A 'n 'c . . W ' ' 1 lr ' 'hx B ' , , r " ' e r I ' ' 1' ' A ' ', r ' ' Q ' A 1 G - ' . 'K l l , . 1 t A ' r - -f , , SCHOOL CALENDAR FIRST SEMESTER 1947 1943 Monday September 1 Frrst dav of School Frlday September 19 Football CFa1rmontl Frlday September 26 Football CM11fordl F rrday October 3 Football CW11berD Frrday October 10 Football CEXeterD Frrday October 10 Freshman 1n1t1at1on rrlday October 17 Football CBeaver Crosslnal Thursday and Frlday October 23 and 24 Teacher s Conventton Frlday October 31 Football CShe1byl Frlday October 31 Halloween Party Frrday November 7 Football CCarletonJ Wednesday November 12 Cancer hlm Frlday November 14 Football CWesternl Frrday November 21 Iumor play Wednesday November 26 Captam Dry Thursday November 27 Thanksatvlna vacatton Tuesday December 2 Grade Teachers at Wllber Thursday December 4 Cake Walk Frrday December 5 Basketball CSeWardD Tuesday December 9 Basketball CStromsbural Frlday December 12 Basketball CCretel Tuesday December 16 Basketball CBeaver Crossmql Wednesday December 17 Senlor Dance Tuesday December 23 Candle Llqht Servlce Wednesday December 24 Chrlstmas Vacatlon be gms at noon Monday lanuary 5 School beams after vacatlon Tuesday Ianuary 6 Basketball tGenevaD Frlday Ianuary 9 Basketball CWesternl Tuesday lanuarv 13 Sophomore Dance Frlday lanuary 16 Basketball CDorchesterl 16 1-I - I - - . Tuesday, November 25 - - Iunior Dance I - - I I - SCHOOL CALENDAR SECOND SEMESTER 1947 1948 Tue lanuary 20 Sutton Ctberel Frr lanuary 23 Falrmont Ctherel Tue lanuary 27 Exeter Ctbereb Frr lanuary 30 College Vrew Chereb Wed February 4 Tecumseh Ctberel Fr1 February 6 Wrlber Cbereb Wed to Fr1 February 16 to 13 Conference Tourna ment Cberel Thur February 12 Mr Emmanuel Tue February 17 Beaver Crossrna Ctherel Wed February 16 Doane College Band Frt February 20 Wymore Ctberel Wed to Frt February 25 to 27 Class C Basketball Tourney Cherel Thur March 4 Class C Playoff Cat Cfeneval Cat Ltncolnl Mon March 22 I-Xthletlc Banquet arven by Commer c1a1 Club Frr March 26 Good Frrday fVCICG11OHl Fr1 Aprll 2 Senlor Class Play Tues Aprll 6 Band at Beaver CfOSS1HQ Wed Aprrl 14 County Track Meet Frr and Sat Aprrl 16 and 17 D1str1ct1V1us1c Contest Sat A1or1124 lun1orSen1orBanauet Sun May 16 Baccalaureate Frl May 21 Commencement School ends 17 Wed., to Sat., March 16 to 13 - State Basketball Tourney BAND. Top How: Donald Nobb- man, Raymond Gifford, Wayne Yokel. Vern Jansky, Dean Cunning- ham, Bob Asmus, Leon- ard Wallace, Ralph Schuster, Dwight Ohs. CMr. Havalicek - ab- sentb. Middle Row: Janice Mas- sey, Marian Yokel, Norma Johnson. Joan Easley, Sheila Black- wood, Marilyn Meinke, Ila Rule, Bob Rogers. Bottom Row: Doris Mc- Alpin, Elaine Ohs, Phylis Schuster, Jean Meinke, Merna Hager. KarolynRhynalds,Irma Crowder, Beth Blanch- ard. Ella Mae Rule. Trumpets Horns Trombones Clarinets Flutes Dwight Ohs Vern Jansky Ray Gifford Joan Easley Bob Asmus Ralph Schuster Phylis Schuster Elaine Ohs Marilyn Meinke Wayne Yokel Beth Blanchard Irma Crowder Carolyn Rhynalds Percussion Jean Meinke Saxophones Ella Mae Rule Janice Massie Dean Cunningham Doris McAlpin Merna Belle Hager Leonard Wallace Ila Rule Marian Yokel Bob Rogers Donald Nobbman Sheila Blackwood Top Row: Miss Shannon, Genevieve V 0 s s le r, Marian Yokel, Norma Johnson, Sheila Black- wood, Hilda Huber, Wayne Yokel, Vern Jansky, Everett Stew- art, Raymond Gifford, Mary Warner, Beverly Stewart, Shirley Bruntz. Middle Row: Janice Mas- sey, Phylis Schuster, Irma Crowder, Ila Rule, Marilyn Meinke, Norma Votja, Jean Meinke, Virgil Nel- son, Gene Rohrig, War- ren Weber. Richard Rohrig, Beverly Bow- man, Gretchen Calvert, Shirlev Wear. B nom How: Doris'McAlpin, Margaret Shutts, Erma Huber, Elaine Ohs, Marie 0 Powell, Beth Blanchard, Mary Gill, Clara .H0Pk1l'1S, LOI'el'1 Ladman. Edmund Motis, Albert Kalina, Linley Davis, Phylis Fick, JoAnn Spohn, Betty Murray. -13- GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Back Row: Genevieve Vossler, Hilda Huber, Ila Rule, Norma John- son, Beverly Bowman, S h e i l a Blackwood, Shirley Wear. Marian Yokel, Mary Warner, Beverly Stewart. Middle Row: Mary Gill, Irma Crowder, Donna Pratt, Gretchen Cal- vert. Janice Massie, Jo- Ann Spohn, Phyllis Fick, Norma Vojta, Marilyn Meinke. Miss Shannon CDirectorJ. Bottom Row: Elaine Ohs, Doris McAlpin, Mar- garet Shutts, Erma Huber, Clara Hopkins, Phylis Schuster, Jean Meinke, Marie Powell, Beth Blanchard, Betty Murray. PEP SQUAD Back Row: Hilda Huber, Bonnie Zeigler, lla Rule, Norma Johnson, Beverly Bowman, Sheila Blackwood, Shirley Bruntz, Gret- chen Calvert. Janice Massie. Marian Yokel, Mary Warner, Beverly Stewart. Second Row: Genevieve Vossler, Mary Gill, Irma Crowder, Donna Pratt, Marie Powell. JoAnn Spohn, ,Jean Meinke, Anna Sladek. Miss Hamilton. Third Row: Doris Mc- Alpin, Erma Huber, Elaine Ohs. Catherine Burns, Joan Britton, Joan Britton, Clara Hopkins, Marilyn Meinke, Phylis Schus- ter, Ella Rule, Beth Blanchard. Botiom Row: Merna Hager, Joan Easley, Judy Easley CMascotJ, Connie Hall. Karolyn Rhynalds. ANNUAL STAFF Siandmg Ella Mae Rule CAss1stant Manager! Geoxge Vohnout CArt Ed1to1J Bob Asmus CEd1to1J Warren Weber fPllOtOgl3Dh Edltorb Leonard Wallace CClass Edltorl Harold Barney CAss1stant Edltorb Bob Svehla CClass Edltolb C1ovsderCTyp1stD Helen Raclcks CTyp1stD Shnley Weax CClass Ed1t01J Ray mond Glfford CClass Edltoxb We vmnsh to thcmk all who have made 1t possible for us to publxsh l.hlS Annual The Bulldog Staff 20 l l Sitting: Ray Svehla CAdvertising Managerb, Joan Easley CBusiness Managerj. Irma IUNIOR CLASS PLAY The play Here Comes Charlle was presented by the Tumors at two performances a mat1nee on November 20 1947 and the evenlng performance on the Zlst After frve weeks of practlce under the able ass1stance and supervlsron of Mtss Baugh the Iunlors presented a play that w1ll long be remembered 1U the htstory of Fr1end Hrgh School and envr d by all future Iumor Classes The mam characters were as follows Nora Malone Twyla Couch Oft1cer Tun McG1ll Wayne Yokel Mrs Fanny Farnham Htlda Huber Larry Ellrot Vernon Palmer Ted Hartley Duane Shunk VIVIGH Srnythe Hersey Connte Hall Uncle Aleclc Twrggs Harold Raspllclca Charlte Hopps Merna Belle Hager Mrs Carolme Smythe Hersey IoAnn Spohn Mortlrner Smythe Hersey Kenneth Kruplcka The story lS about a charmrng grrl who comes to stay wrth larry Ellrot who IS alrecdy engaged On her frrst appearance Charhe looks l1ke a hrll brlly and brmgs along her uncle who makes matters worse As the plaf gradually defeloos Larry falls for Charl1e and forgets h1s snobb1sh flance The musrc between the acts was furnrshed by the Hlgh School Choral groups under the supervrsron of Mlss Shannon SENIOR CLASS PLAY IUST DUCKY Cast of Characters Mr Maxwell Raymond G1fford Mrs Maxwell Mary Glll Betty Lou Ella Mae Rule Bernadlne Helen Raclcky Wllbur Ray Svehla Hercules Everett Stewart Connre Shrrley Kraus Cralg Moore Roy Horner Mr Moore Warren Weber Del Marshall Gene Rohrtg Aunt Mary lrma Crowder Mrss Blayne lla Rule Betty Lou and Bernardlne Smrth are a couple ot questrons and problems rolled lnto two lt seems that they re always up to somethrng and gee whlz theres lust no stopplng them Papa Maxwell had Just chosen as the new head of the c1t1zen s commrttee lt seems that Betty Lou and Bernadrne wrote a letter to the love lorn column lt was frlled wrth pathos and deep heart throbs and was really a sender From there thlngs reach a feverlsh pltch When a reporter Mr Marshall drops 1n for an lntervrew wlth Papa Maxwell the g1rls mrstake htm for a state marshall and they prove that the whole famlly 5 lnsane lts a complete free for all w1th all the trlmmmgs but everythmg ends all rlght Dlrector Mlss Baugh 21 , , , , , , 9 L . 1-' I . , X X A I ent1rely. . ' I I 1 . - - , , MOMENTOUS MOMENTS CANDLE LIGHT SERVICE The Candle Llght Servlce was one of the musrcal h1ghl1ghts on the actrvrty calendar of the past year Frfty two students from the hrgh school musrc department dlrected by Mtss Shannon made up th1s servrce The trumpet duet and clarxnet quartet played 1mpress1Ve arrangements of well known carols The SGTVICS mcluded many mterestrng arrangements by small choral groups among wh1ch were Chrrstmas Carols DANCE A new realm of recreatlon was added to the act1v1t1es of F H S thls year when the Iumor Class sponsored a dance on the evenmg of Tuesday Novern ber 25 l947 The stage was cleared and the record player and the sponsor shrp of the faculty were added We entoyed several dances presented by the rest of the Hlgh School classes durmg the followmg months Who knows some day we may be sportmg Iunror Sen1or Pronss rnstead of banquets CAKE WALK The Muslc Department under the leadersh1p of Mtss Shannon presented a Cake Walk on December 4 IQ47 There were I2 wrltten scenes The Sp1ke lones group the Gypsy Camp the Band and The Barbershop Quartette were the outstanalng scenes The entrre grade and hlgh s hool took part rn th1s program After the program the drawmg took place for the 50 or mo e del1c1ous cakes baked by the student s mothers FRESHMEN INITIATICDN Frrday October IO was the day the Senlors 1n1t1ated the freshmen Pol low1ng the custorr the Senlors concocted a l1st of apparel for the Freshrren The boys wore thelr pants and sh1rt backwards and were made to go barefoot The glrls wore boy s clothtng and went barefoot whrle wearing th1rteen brards each one tred w1th drfferent colored r1bbon In the evenlng the freshmen were put through the ropes and had to do everythlng from eatmg oysters to proposlng or else gettmg a boost from the electrlc buzzer It wtll be a day long remembered by all the htgh school STATE TOURNAMENT Thxs year for the f1rst tlme 1n the last elght years our basketball team won the d1str1ct tournament and advanced to the playoff 1n whlch they beat Hardy Thls vrctory entltled them to play rn the state tournaments Backed by many good crtxzens of our town they beat Sprlngvelw But all good thmgs must come to an end and Fnend lost to the C Class champ1on Wakefreld ID the semlftnals All m all 1t was one of the best seasons of basketball F H S has seen rn a longtlme 22 ' - I 1 . . I - I ' - - . , , , , . . , , 1. . . . ,. . C . . T . , - , . , Y I ' - 1, r . . 1 , . . . . 1 . . , ,I H . . . 1 I 1 54? 3:35355 3 ' 5 fgiiggfi' fwfr Q. PM .wwf 5433? FOOTBALL TEAM BACK ROW Paul Horner Rlchard Rohng Warren Weber Bob Rogers Roger Rohrxg MIDDLE ROW Dean Cunmnqham Cstuclent manaqerl B111 K1nse1 Gene ROl'1I'1g Leonard Wallace Roy Homer Vem Iansky Everett Stewart Coach Haberman FRONT ROW Norman Freeman Vxrqrl Nelson Ray Svehla Raymond Gxfford Harold Barney B111 Tenoprr 24 ff ,X E K as 1 F . or , W ,W IK 98 E. IK 5? Q , Iii- '56 . we ir grni : , , , , ' I I I I I I I I I I I I ' FOOTBALL SUMMARY Seventeen energettc football players reported to Coach Don Haber nan at the begtnntng of the school year to start tram ng for the 1947 stx man foot ball season A season whtch saw the Bulldogs go undefeated and become the Traxlway Conference champs Wtth 1n1ur1es stdeltntng four of the starttng l1ne up durmg the season Coach Habermans substttutes took the load upon thetr shoulders and con ttnued the wtnntng streak wtth elght w1ns and no losses The end of the season ended the second year of stx man football at Frtend 1-llgh School Etght of the players were sentors and wrll not be back next yea The Bulldogs were rated seventh tn the state Raymond Glfford was named on the all state stx man football team Harold Barney and Gifford were selected by the conference coaches for the all conference team Boy Horne was named on the second team V1rg11 Nelsen and Bay Svehla re cetved honorable 'nent1on The followtng 1s a summary of the games Sept 19 ln the seasons opener the Bulldogs knocked off the Falrmont Ttgers 32 12 on the home fteld Th1s was a conference game Sept 26 The team Journeyed to Mtlford to play a conference game under the ltghts After tratltng 21 18 at the half the Bulldogs came back the second half to defeat the Eagles 46 21 home a 2812 vtctory The Bulldogs led 210 at the half Bay Svehla was 1nJured 1n the fourth quarter and lost to the team for the rest of the season Ot 10 ln another away from home game the Bulldogs ran w11d agalnst Exeter wtnntng 537 Raymond Glfford ran the openmg lctckoff 65 yards for the ftrst touchdown ln a sensattonal punt he booted the plgskrn from h1s own end zone to the Eagle s goal 11ne Oct 17 The Beaver Crosstng Beavers were set back 25 6 ID a home game Everett Stewart was lnyured and lost to the team for the rest of the season Oct 31 ln a non conference game the Bulldogs defeated an unbeaten Shelby team 14 0 Gene Rohlg and Leonard Wallace suffered 1nJur1es wnlch sldelmed them the rest of the season Nov 7 Frlend tnvaded Carleton to wtn ct 31 24 vtctory from the Warrtors In a thrrllrng game Nov 14 The Bulldogs won thts game 7 U from the Western lndlans tn a down pour of ram to become the conf rence champlons The lon Frlend score was scored ln the f1rst quarter after Harold Barney blocked a Western punt and recovered the ball on the lndtan s 27 yard l1ne Ctfford scooted around left end for the tally 25 r - 1 i . A A -- Oct. 3. Friend met the Wilber Wolverines on Wi1ber's field and brought c . . , ' l 1 ' e ' . e ' 7 , . ' 7. BASKETBALL A SQUAD Bottom Row Coach Haberman Paul Bulwan Ray Svehla Raymond Gliford Harold Barney Harold Rasphcka 26- ll ll Back Row: Gene Rohrig, Bill Kinsel, Roy Horner, Warren Weber, Everett Stewart. THE RESERVES Ohs Bob Rogers Bottom Row Mr Rorme Bob Svehla Ivan Weber Norman Freeman Kexth blouse Harold Rasphcka 27 Back Row: Virgil Nelson, Leonard Wallace, Harold Wattles, Linley Davis. Dwight BASKETBALL HIGHLIGHTS Fr1end Hrqh School completed one of the most successful basketball seasons rn a number of years They won 20 games and lost 5 dunng the season The Bulldogs played a 16 game schedule dung the regular season They won the champlonshlp 1n the Trarlway Conference but fell to Western rn the f1nals of the conference tournament After wmrung the drstrlct tournament the Bulldogs defeated Hardy 1n the d1str1ct play offs to earn a trrp to the state tournament Thls was the fxrst year smce 1940 that a Frlend team played IH the state tournament After gett1ng safely by Sprrngvxew rn the opemng round the Wakefleld TroJans halted the Bulldog s efforts to reach the fxnals F1ve sen1ors Ray Svehla Roy Horner Harold Barney Raymond Gtfford and Everett Stewart made up the startrng frve Svehla was prcked on the all tournament Class C team The Frrend reserves won the Trailway Conference Tournament Reserve ChGmp1ODShlp after a season of 14 wrns and 4 losses SEASON S SCHEDULE Seward Friend Stromsburg Crete Beaver Crosslng Mllford Geneva Westem Dorchester Sutton Exeter College Vlew W1lber Tecumseh Beaver Crossmg Wymore Svehla Barney Horner Stewart Glfford Rohng Bulwan Kmsel Weber Rogers Wattles Freeman Wallace Fr1end Fr1end Frlend Frrend Frrend Friend Frlend Frlena Frxend Frlend Frlend Frlend Frrend Fnend Conference Tournament Mrlford 24 Frlend W1lber 3 1 Fnend Western 29 Frlend Dxstnct Tournament Falrmont 20 Frlend Beaver Crossmq 24 Frrend W1lber 26 Frxend Dutnct Play-OH Hardy 3 1 Frlend State Tournament SDIIHQVIGW 37 I-mend Wakefleld 38 Frlend Game Quarters Goals Throws Fouls Pornts 74131 62 88 32 63 23 53 14 48 6 2 28- 36 23 , ...,rr.. 16 ' Q ..... 43 - - 1 . , 30 ' ,,.... 42 - " - ' ' .. 14 ' ....., 21 A - ' ' .. ., .. 18 ' 4,,,.. 43 r.,.,. ,. 33 ' ,,44, .. 24 ' ' ,F .30 47 - - . .. ,. 36 ' ,...... 49 1' M - 1 Fairmont r,.. ,, 28 Friend ,...,.. 42 """" ' H . 1 .1 22 ' 57 ' ' ' ,..,.. 35 ' ......, 52 ,...,., ..,...rr. . 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Progress Statement hom A FRIEND HIGH SCHOOL REGARDING 194 f 194 Grade sent 1 2 55 6 ardy 1 2 Important Aids to School Progress Subjects Your chxld IS to me commended m all axd not checked At least one teac er has sug idx. ge ted that your attention be dxrected to LA-l c those checked -Eh-I-S195 I"- Attltude A- Co operation Courtesy -Cham' LBJ Dependablllty Indu try Obedxence Orderlmess Punctua ity Self reliance if. As these alds are fundamental to the best h k t fllifagrbissheazfusic 001 wo' your Coopers' mn A Excellent B Good c Average D o ' , if -1 ow 159 , V ,, Q. oe vu 4 f -ll P o- . 4 - C9 Q S O -X x .iiskjjfp 5 Q 5 Y' ' ' , ' 4 . Q5 4 I .'-' 57 609 X I 4 I L. 5 fvw 0. 'P Lt I -s ,If X D ' S -L - , Ulfg., 1' V In X. 5 ,X .. by .x ,V V. ia.- Xsgk . 1 p 1 f N L , 1 ob . A' 'fx' 7 gl: J' XX . - 9 f" I 9 l -I Cf" ,Dr-I 'Lfqy R YS, 9550 . Y N?,:A,! :ly , 5 X Q 6 1 rfyfx-'09 'Y X ' 9 -N4 ' .- 9 N19 XX ' 1 Y' 4 FN F' ,-J yd.-3,540 X y 1 ' o -,-" ,,., f Q go r XX I ,tx t ,,, . 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