Fullerton High School - Warrior Yearbook (Fullerton, NE)
- Class of 1950
Page 1 of 60
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Text from Pages 1 - 60 of the 1950 volume:
The Pledge to the Flag
I pledge allegiance fo flre flag
of fhe Unrfed Sfafes of America
And fo fhe Republrc for which rf sfands
One Nahon mdlvfsable
l l l Foreword
Thrs memory booklet rs publrshed to serve os o remmder rn yeors to
come of the school yeor of l949 50 These records of school events
wrll serve os o key to open the doors of memory to mony hoppy recol
lechons through them you will recoll the fraehdshsps ond school
octfymes thot were such on nmportoht port of the emoyoble yeors
an deor old F H S
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5 U Wiflr liberfy and fusfice for all.
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lit rs Wautla real pleasure that we eledlrealte 1tl'ns
N50 ljullerfcon Warrror Ito nur superrnrendlenlt
Wayne Nrehnlls, anal our prnnenpal Edna l
Wrdman, who for seven years have fanrlalfully
served as the leaclers of our selwol
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Board of Education
Left to Right: Wilbur R, Kellogg fSccretaryj, Dr. I. L. Sebcrg CVice Presidentj, Harold Williams, Keith
Kcllcr. Gmac Henman flnrcsidcntl, Frcd Petersen.
J J CAHILL
Much wlsdom often goes
wrth the fewest words
Kearney State Teachers
Umverszty 0 Nebras a
L W ROZDALOVSKY
The reason fxrm the
temperate Wlll endurance
foreslght and skxll
ETHEL C DOUGLAS
She specxahzes 1n charm
mg manners and courtesy
Peru Normal School
Lincoln School o
Unwerslty of Nefzras a
Lewrs and Clar
JANE L NEGLEY
Mnlwau ee State
Charm strxkes the srght
but ment wms the soul
Umversxty of Nebrask
Bonded words valuable
advlce cheerful attitude and
Umversny o Nebras a
EDNA I. WIDMAN
,mas "She has no faults, or we
no fault can find."
Kearney State Teachers
University of Nebraska
R J STEININGER
Where theres a wrll
theres a way
University of Nebras a
e ferson College
Slmvenliam A U
R O BABCOCK
WISE to resolve and
patrent to perform
University of Nebras a
R W RENNER
Who mrxes reason wlth
pleasure and wrsdom with
St Louis University
MILDRED I SAHS
1 taught rf 0 ly 1
1 f 1,
' K li ,
lf ' - k
L "I care not what subject
X 's , ' n 't be
r Q-if t
FRANK F GRUBER
Ever w1ll1ng amd to len
A kmdly word for all
ANNA H GALLOWAY
O zce Secretary
All IS good and sweet and faxr
folded m and nc tlul thc
Class UF H950
Face the sun and the shadows will fall behind.
Coral and Gray
Premdent DICK NELSON
Vzce Presldent BILL MCNEFF
Treasurer MARCIA SMITH
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"A friendly gal
from the farm."
Nor. Tr. Course.
FTA 3-4. fSec.D 3.
Pep Club 2-4. Y-
"He keeps his
thoughts to himself
Voc. Ag. Course.
FFA 3-4. Ftb. 4.
Lettered 4. Btb. 2.
"I was born to
talk and talk I
Chorus fGirls' Ei
Mixedj I. Band I-2-
3-4. Contest 1-2-3-4.
Genoa Clinic 2-4.
Pep Club 2-3-4,
fSec.j 2, fPres.j 4.
Y-Teen I-2-3-4. Jr.
Play. Warrior Sig-
nal fRep.j 3. FUL-
RIOR fClass His-
"I am not as
bashful as I look."
Chorus fGirls' Ei
Mixedj l. Band 1-2-
3-4 Lettered 3. Con-
test 1-2-3-4. Clinic
4. Pep Club 2. Ir.
3, fClass Will! 4.
Oflice Practice 4.
"Quiet but friend-
Pep Club 2. FUL-
RIOR fRepj. 3.
Warrior S i g n al
"An innocent face
but you can never
Nor. Tr. Es' Com.
Course. C h o r u s
fGirls' E? Mixedj 3.
Contest 3. FTA 3-4.
Pep Club 2. FUI.-
RIOR fRep.j 4.
"Her temper is
Chorus fCirls' fs'
Mixedj 2-3. Contest
2-3. Pep Club 3-4.
F U LLERTON
""I'is no sin for a
man to labor in his
Voc. Ag. Course.
FFA 1-Z-3-4, fPres.J
4. Bcb. 1.
"So q u i e t we
scarcely know she is
Com. C o u r s e.
Band l'2-3-4. Con-
test I-2134. Lettered
3. Cla s s Officer
fSec.j 3. FULLER-
Assist. Editor 3, Ecli-
tor 4. Office Prac-
"I am always in
haste, but never in
Warrior S i g n al
"There is a time
and place for all
Com. C 0 u r s e.
Pen Club 2. FUL'
LERTON W A R'
RIOR fRep.l 3,
"God bless the
man who invented
Chorus flvlixed U
Boys'J 213. BfBand
2. Frb. 3. Student
Mgr. 2. Btb. 1f2-3.
Track 2'4. Warrior
Signal fRep.j 4.
F U LLERTON
make strong ac-
Com. C o u r s e .
Chorus fGirls' fl'
Mixedj 1f3'4. Con-
test 1f2-3f4. Albion
Clinic 3. Band 1f2'
3f4. Drum Solo 3
3, Girls' Oct. 3.
Chorusj 4. Pep Club
2'3'4, YfTeen 1-253'
4. Warrior Signal
fBus. Mgrj 4.
F U LLE R TO N
two sides to a ques'
tion, the lo-ng side
and the wrong side."
Voc. Ag. Course.
FFA 3-4, fVice
Presj 4. Band 112'
314. Clinic Genoa 2-
4. Contest 1f2f3'4.
fRep.j 3. FULLER'
"I came to school
to get the general
idea of things."
Voc. Ag. Course.
FFA 4. Btb. 1-2.
"A truly worth'
Nor. Tr. E? Col'
lege Prep. Course.
Chorus fGirls' E?
Contest 1-2'3f4. Al-
bion Clinic 3-4. Oct.
3. Pep Club 2f3'4.
fTreas.j 4, Cabinet
3. FFA 314, fTreas.l
3, fPres.j 4. Ir.
Play. Alt. Girls'
State 3. FULLER'
fRep.j 3, fBus.
"The only way to
please her is to fol-
low the good in'
clinations of her na-
Chorus fGirls' 3
Mixedj 1f2f3. Con'
test l-3. Pep Club
2'3-4. Cheerleader 4.
Ir. Play, Warrior
Signal fRep.j 3,
Bus. Mgr. 4. FUL-
RIOR fBus. Mgr.,
make great men."
Voc. Ag. Course.
FFA 2-3-4. Ftb. 4.
Btb. 2. Track 2.
Lettered Ftb. 4.
"Maybe I'll worry
a lu o u t something
Gen. Course. Ftb.
2-3-4. Lettered 4.
Btb. 1f2f3-4. Let'
tered 4. Ir. Play.
fRep.J 3. Track 1'
"Moody at times,
but a good friend to
Gen. Course. Stu-
dent Council 1. Btb.
2f3-4. Lettered 3-4.
Ftb. 2f3-4. Lettered
4. Track 1'2-3'4.
Lettered 2f4. Swim'
ming l. Gymnastics
1-2. Warrior Signal
fRep.j 4. FULLER'
fFtb. Rep., 4.
"He capers, he
dances, he has eyes
Voc. Ag. Course.
Ftb. 1f2-3f4. Track
lf2f3. Lettered 2'3f4.
4, Ftb. King 4.
"Napoleon w a s
Course. C lx 0 r u s
fBoys' U Mixed, 1'
2134. Clinic 2'3.
Student Council 1'2-
3-4. fPres.j 4. Ftb.
lf2'3-4. Lettered Z-
3-4. Btb. l'2'3'4.
Lettered 213-4. Track
1'2f3f4. Lettered 4.
Class Office fVicef
Pres.j 3. junior Play.
F U L L E R T O N
W A R R I O R 3,
"A quiet tongue
shows a wise head."
Vog. Ag. Course.
Band 1f2-3-4. Con'
test 1-2'3f4. FFA 1-
'Z-3f4, QSec.j 3,
fNews Rep.j 4.
"A student he is."
Vog. Ag. Course.
Band. 1'2'3-4. Conf
test 1-2f3-4. Trom-
lSuperiorD 3. FFA
"Oh, this learn'
ing, what a thing
Voc. Ag. Course.
FFA 2f3e4. FULf
OR CFFA Repj 3.
"There is a place
and means for every
Gen. Course. Class
Officer fSec.j 4.
"I love the girls
with all my heart,
and as for flirting,
I'll do my part."
Gen. Course. Ftb.
I'2'3'4 Lettered 2'
3f4. Btb. I'2'3'4.
Lettered 2-3-4. Track
1f2-3f4. Lettered 314.
Class Office fPres.J
lf3-4. jr. Play. State
Track Meet 3. All-
Conference Ftb. 3.
FU L LE R T O N
3, fAdvertisingj 4.
"A willing and
Chorus fGirls' and
Mixedj 1f2f3f4 Con'
test lf2f3-4. Triple
Trio l. Mixed Oct.
3. Vocal Solo ISU'
periorj 3, Madrigal
3. Dramatics 1f2f3.
Class Office fSec.'
Treasj 2. Warrior
Editorj 3. Cartoonist
"A piece of simple
Nor. Tr. E? Com.
Course. C h o r u s
fGirls' U Mixedj 3.
Contest 3. FTA 3-4
"S i l e 'n t often,
Nor. Tr. fs' Com.
Course. FTA 3f4.
fVicefPres.j 4. Pep
Club 2f3. Warrior
Signal fRep.j 3, Ed-
itor 4. Ftb. Queen 4.
"She thinks more
than she says."
G e n. 3 C o m.
Course. YfTeen 4.
"I came, saw, and
Gen. C 0 u r s e.
Chorus fBoys'J 1.
FFA 1f2. Student
Council 4, fTreas.j
4. Track 2. Warrior
Signal fRep.j 3.
"Happy with a
Voc. Ag. Course.
Band 1-2-3'4. Con'
test 1'2f3f4. Genoa
Clinic 2-4. FFA 1.
"It's nice to be
Nor. Tr. Course.
Chorus fGirls' Es'
Mixedj l'2. Band 1'
2f3f4. Contest l'2'3'
4. Genoa Clinic 2f4.
FTA 3f4. Y-Teen
Play 2. Amer. Leg.
Essay Contest 1.
Gods, Divinely tall."
Nor. Tr. Es' Com.
Course. FTA 3'4,
fSec.j 4. YfTeen 1.
Warrior Signal As-
soc. Editor 3, Assist.
charm, and charm
Chorus fGirls' 3
Mixedj 1f2-3f4. Mu'
sic Contest 1-2f3-4.
State Clinic Kearney
2. Dist. Clinic Alf
bion 2f3f4, Omaha
3, Triple Trio 1.
Girls' Sext. 2, Oct.
2-3, Mixed Oct. 3,
Madrigal 3, Girls'
Ouart. 3, Vocal Solo
fExcellentj 1, fSu'
periorj 2'3. YfTeen
1f2f3-4, fSec.j 2,
fPres.J 4. Y-Teen
Cabinet 1-3. State
YfTeen Council 3.
Girls' State 3. Dist.
1-2. Ir. Play. FUI.f
RIOR fRep.Q 3,
fClass Prophecy, 4.
Office Practice 4.
"Tau must scale
the mountain if you
would view the
Nor. Tr. Course.
Chorus fGirls' 9
Mixed, lf2. Band 1'
2f3f4. Music Contest
1f2f3-4. Genoa Clin'
ic 2-4. Lettered 2.
FTA 3f4. fNews
Rep., 3. Student
Council 4. Y-Teen
lf2f3f4. Play mfs.
fExcellentj 3. Ir.
Play. Warrior Sig'
nal fRep.j 3. FUL-
OR fClass Poetj 4.
he is always friend-
Voc. Ag. Course.
Ftb. 4. Lettered 4.
Btb. 2. FFA 3f4.
"For she seems
jes' the quiet kind,
whose nature never
Com. C o u r s e.
Chorus fGirls' Ei
Mixed, 1-2-3f4. Mu'
sic Contest 1-2-3'4.
Albion Clinic 3.
fRep.j 4. FULLER-
"Oh, what a man
Course. C h 0 r u s
fBoys' Q Mixedj 1-
2-4. Band 2. Ftb. 112'
3-4, Lettered 3f4.
Btb. 1f2f3f4. Let-
tered 3f4. Track 1f2f
34. Class Office
lPres.j 2, fTreas.j
3. lr. Play. FUL'
LERTON W A R'
RIOR fBus. Mgrj
H19 good humor
rs a ountam 'never
Voc Ag Course
B 1 FFA 1 2 3 4
She rs Just what
she seems to be
om Q 0
Prep Course Chor
us fGlflS EJ Mixedl
Band 1 2 3 4
brarian I 23 on
tered 3 Genoa Clin
c 2 4 CSec Treasj
Y Teen 2
Play 3 Warrior Sig
nal Assoc Ed J 3
F U L L E R T O N
WARRIOR fRep I
34 Office Practice
A woman should
clmg to her youth
but not whtle drw
Com EJ Col Prep
Course C h 0 r u s
fG1rls E? Mixedj 2
3 Band 34 Music
Contest 7. 3 4 Mu
sic Clinic Albion 3
Genoa 24 Student
o u n c i l '
Treas. 3 ec,J
4. Pep Club 2-3-4
Pres.j 4. Y-Teen 1-
' 14 Treas. .
. Play Warrior
Signal fRep. 3.
F U L L E R T O N
4. Office Practice 4.
The better you
'YIOIU her the better
youll li e her
Com C o u r s e
Chorus f Girls
Mixedj I 3 Music
Contest 1 3 ep
Clu 2 3 4 Vice
Pres 3 Y Teen 1
4 P a
u s r
F U L L E R T O N
WARRIOR Q Rep I
3 Btb Queen 4
As restless as the
Gen Course Ftb
1 '7 3 4 Lettcred 2
Lettered 2 3 Track
1 2 3 4 Lettered 3 4
1 nal Rep
F U L L E R T O N
Btb King 4
Oh what a dust
I have TG.1SCd
Nor Tr U Com
Course C' h o r u s
fG1rls fa' Mixedj Z
3 4 Music Contest
1 Z 3 4 Music Clin
ic Albion 3 Genoa
3-4. Oct. 3. Stu ent
Council 3. Pep Club
3-4. YfTeen 1fZf3f4
KTreas. 3 Play 3.
Class Office fVice
Pres., 2, FULLER-
On a brxght Monday mormng on September
2 1946 fIfty three bashful llttle Fresh1es were
standmg quakxng IH the corr1dors of F H S To
help us along our way was Mr Walter D Slaugh
ter our sponsor during th1s year We went to the
Leap for a p1cn1c at the end of the school term
Presrdent DICK NELSON
Vrce Presrdent UNKNOWN
Sec 69' Treas UNKNOWN
Those who dropped from our class were Patty
Counts Dean Foreman R1chard Ostrander Mar
garet Prorock and R1chard Prososkx Velda une
Hagen went to Dannebrog
Freshmen and proud o
Scared no doubt o
Happy you now
After our Journey through our f1rst year at
F H S we returned for our second year w1th Mr
Fred Paper leadmg our way Those who dropped
from our claw at th1s po1nt were Glorla Green and
Lawrence Knoplk Roberta Welr left to jom
Hartmgton H1gh Rlchard Kuta came from Co
lumbus but dropped before the year was over
Eamxl Panow1cz came from St Paul and Beverly
Abbey from Belgrade
Presrdem BOB RUSSELL
Vrce Preszdent VELMA ZIPF
Sec 69' Treas LOIS NBUMANN
Sophomore T e acquwmg o horse sense
Concert Greatest of all
Intellxgence The great pretense
Energeuc Norse m Study Hall
We are now on our last half of our four years
ID hIgh school Our sponsor for th1s year IS Mr
Wayne N1cholls We presented our class pay
Mumbo Jumbo on December 3 1948 I early
February the thlrd flngers of the r1ght hands were
adorned w1th a long awalted class rlng We were
hosts to the SCHIOIS 'lt 1 Garden party on May 12
1949 Carol Lucdtke jomed us from Ooquxlle
Presrdent DICK NELSON
Vrce Presrdent DICK MATHIESON
Secretary BARBARA GooD
Treasurer Bon RUSSELL
un1or Gettmg nd of the m s
Knowledge The rumatron o a goo
Poxse Rarsmg the eyebrow mstead o the roof
Fcnty seven Sen1ors came back September 5
1949 to take the last lap of our journey through
Fullerton H1gh Upon entermg the door whom
should we meet but MISS W1dman and Mr Nlch
olls w1th thelr cheerful sm1le to greet us Mlss
Wxdman was chosen to be our sponsor durmg th1s
year and has helped us through all the ups and
downs that only sen1ors can have After regrstra
t1on and meet1ng our teachers and fellow students
we onee agam felt at home 1n the class rooms as
d1gn1f1ed Sen1ors At the end of the f1rst slx weeks
Kenneth Emry left our class As the year went on
we were busy w1th the usual sIx weeks tests and
other school dutxes Later In the year the class play
was dec1ded upon and presented In early May
The JUIIIOFS were host to the SCHIOIS at the JUDIOI'
Sen1or banquet on May 18 Baccalaureate serv1ces
were held on May 21 and the Graduat1on cere
mony May 23
Sen1or The end of the frght
Ambltlous The cuttmg o capers
Concentrauon Oh' that party last mght
Commencement The handmg of u allqmg papers
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August 14 1970
I am wntmg to congratulate you on your new
promotion as edrtor 1n chlef of the New York
T1mes I was so glad when I read that you BAR
BARA GOOD had recelved such an honor
As you know I left New York a few weeks
ago on an extended vacatron durmg whlch I
planned to see the Unlted States I had been s1ng
mg w1th the Metropolltan Opera Company and I
really needed thxs lnterestlng vacatlon
just before leavmg New York I read 1n a
promment paper that The Great jarecke was
gomg to attempt r1d1ng a barrel over Nxagara Falls
Ihad planned to attend the exh1b1t1on but my
tra1n left before the program was scheduled to be
glll You wxll remember hlm as JEROME
Wh1le 1n Baltmmore I read that there was to be
a group of educational demonstratlons rn a certa1n
bulldmg and as I had a few spare hours I dec1ded
to attend the program One phase of 1t was on
Health and as I walked past the 1ron lung I
thought the face reflected IH the m1rror was
demonstrator of new stream hned 1ron lungs I
vta1ted unt1l the demonstratlon was over and
then we had a long chat about old schoolmates
She was glad to hear about all of them
I dec1ded to VlS1t the docks rn Chesapeake Bay
It vtas only a few mmutes before a b1g sh1p was
scheduled to leave and whom should I see about to
board xt but DICK NELSON He was on hrs way
to the Afrlcan jungle 1n search of new d6pOS1tS of
oxl I understood that he had planned such an
exped1t1on slnce hlgh school days
Upon my arrxval rn Wash1ngton D C I
made my way through the thlck traff1c As I
walked along the busy streets I gazed up and up
at the tall skyscrapers and clear on the top of one
I saw a t1ny speck It proved to be a man pa1nt
mg a flagpole a very precarrous job I watched
h1S slow descent and as he reached the srdewalk
I recognlzed an old school pal EAMIL PANO
WICZ I was so surpr1sed I could hardly speak
but I went over to hrm and he knew me r1ght
away He saxd h1s Job proved very 1nterest1ng
I traveled on down to Florrda and 1n Palm
Beach I ran across CAROL LUEDTKE who IS a
sw1mm1ng lnstructor there He IS a confrrmed
bachelor though and spends part of the year l1V
1ng 1n h1S penthouse 1n Manhattan
Gomg back through the South I stopped a
short t1me 1n Kentucky I was there the day of
the Kentucky Derby so I dec1ded to go to the
races I notrced that one dark ha1red man was
qu1te 6XC1t6d and who should It be but VIRGIL
EGNOSKE' We talked a few mmutes and he
told me that he was ovmer of some blg stable
and that lt was hrs horse whlch had come ln flrst
On my arrrval 1U Phrladelphla I went on a
shoppmg tour As I walked past a huge depart
ment store I glantcd 1nto the Model Krtchen of
1970 drsplay I thought I reco n1 ed the fam1l1ar
tall form of the model whose arms were bur1ed rn
soap suds Who should lt be but MARCIA
SMITH' I waved but had to go on because she
Whlle I was ln Pxttsburgh I called up some old
frlends of ours GRACIE TRAVERS and RICH
ARD WHITED who are marrled He IS an out
standmg radlo sports announcer They say
they ve never had a quarrel about vxho IS boss but
I notrced she was carrymg the money and handhng
the flnanclal affarrs
I made a slde trap to Canada at thxs t1me I
was extremely surpr1sed when the offlcer who ex
amlned my luggage turned out to be EUGENE
SHARMAN He said h1s Job as customs off1c1al
on the border brought hmm IHIO contact vuth many
old frlends He told me that just recently he had
seen DANIEL BIALAS who IS owner of a huge
f1sh1ng barge 1n the St Lawrence Rlver
happened to see a former acquaxntance It x as
LOIS NEUMANN who 15 a dress des1gner wlth
her he idquarters there 1n Columbus Many of her
deslgns are sent to France where they are repro
duced on Parlsean models Drrectly from there I
went to Indlanapohs as I remembered some busl
ness whlch I should transact there On enterlng
one of the blg busmess buxldlngs I stepped xnto the
elevator and came face to face wrth ELLA OS
TRANDER She sald she had been an elevator
operator there for some t1me and enjoyed the
work very much
I took a tram from there to Chrcago and as I
arr1ved ln the Grand Central Statlon I heard some
beautxful organ muslc I dxscovered that the
organist was GRACIE JAIMET She has a steady
job playlng the 1nstrument there
Wh1le ID M1lwaukee I notxced that PHYLLIS
GRAVES was bllled in a new stage productxon
I went to the
show and afterwards I talked to her 1n her dress
mg room She told me that she had yust recently
heard from MILDRED COLLINS who 1S an ex
per1enced d1et1t1an at the Mayo Brothers Chnxc
1n Rochester Mmnesota
From there I went drrectly to Nebraska I had
been lookmg forward to that part of the tr1p for a.
long t1me On passrng through Omaha I avent 1nto
the Brandels department store and whom should I
see as dress maker and alterer but JANICE KEL
LOGG At thls m1nute I cant seem to recall her
marrred name but It was a famlhar one around
Fullerton Maybe you can remember It Her job
1S only a srdehne to her wrfely dutxes at home
entltled Phylhs Get Your Gun
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Another classmate who was an Omaha was
EVELYN DUBAS She as owner and manager
of a delacatessen shop and her busaness as thravang
Then the long awaated day fanallv arraved' I
reached Fullerton It just happened that I got
there durang the Nance County Faar I ran across
MELVIN MCCRAY whose resadence as really at
Long Island He as a bag cattle buyer from the
East but comes hack to the old home town every
year at faar tame to purchase cattle and to renew
old memoraes I also saw our old pal LOIS IUNE
PIERCE whale I was walkang around the grounds
She as a 4H judge of demonstrataons at the
Worlds Faar She as also studyang laterature and
has started wratang a novel
Whale an Fullerton I saw ANNA DUBAS
who was home on a short vaeataon She as aaow
completang her thard term as the fart woman
Unated States senator from Nebraska DONALD
JARECKE as now one of the busaest and most
prosperous busaaaess men an Fullerton Although at
was several moaaths before eleetaon when I wls
there he was busy campaagnang for the eonaang
eleetaon an whaeh he wall run for mayor He was
sure of has electaon
I al o learned that BILL MCNEFF as sheraff
of Hall County and an has spare tame he as sponsor
of a newly organazed polka band He expects to
make tours soon wath at Although I hated to go
I left and went baek through Laneoln I went anto
a cafe and as I placed my order I realazed that the
waatress was CECELIA DUBAS She confaded
that she had been das apoaaated an love and w as now
runnang the cafe as her lafe work As we talked
over old tames a lattle bald headed man dashed an
and shouted Its twans I recognazed the proud
papa as JOE MICEK After he fanally got quaeted
down I found out that he was a draxang anstructor
an one of the schools there
Darectly from Lancoln I went to Kansas Caty
where I met DONNA PATTON She had fan
ashed traanang school and had a daaly radao pro
gram whach broadeast from Kansas Caty Al
though I was unable to talk darectly to her for
long I dad hear the program It was entatled
Patton s Pep Talks to the Homemaker
After thas short vasat I journeyed to Dallas
Texas and whale there I deeaded to vasat a fraend
who was an the hospatal As I entered the ward
I caught a glampse of a flame of red haar and
ammedaately aecognazed BEVERLY ABBEY As
you wall remember her ambataon an hagh was to
become a nurse and she had reached her goal
As at had always been my ambataon to see
Mexaco I went down there for a short whale
Youll never guess whom I saw an Mexaco Caty'
ANCELINE KULA' She was a hostess at the
Marda Gras there When I went an I thought I
recognazed the smalang dark haared woman and at
was our former classmate We coaaversed a whale
and she told me she had been an Mexaco several
years and really loved the country From there I
went on to the famous vallage of Xochamalco the
place that as so well known for the floatang flower
gardens Whale there I was extremely surprased
to meet ELIZABETH NOWAK She as raasang
unusual specamens of flowers whach are of course
used for the tourast trade an the lattle boats She
says at as an unusual and very anterestang oceupa
From there I decaded to take a plane darectly
to Denver Colorado When I arraved at the aar
laner who should assast me up the lattle staars of
the plane but DICK HILL He saad he was the
steady palot of that plane and seemed to lake at
very much We had only a few manutes so I
hastened on anto the machane and fastened my
safety helt I had settled back an the caashaons for
a long easy flaght when the stewardess walked
down the aasle I nearly fell out of my seat when
I reeognazed JOAN RIPP Thas was provang to
be a very anterestang trap
One evenang whale I was there an Denver I
went to a restaurant whach was famous for ats
sangang waaters There I met DICK MATHIE
SON the leadang baratone sangang wath the
group He saad he had been runnang competataon
wath has father by operatang a Daary ueen Stand
whale he was an Fullerton but found thas
job more anterestang Although we had only a
short tame to talk he dad tell me that he had heard
from ROBERT MILLER and he as a shappang
merehant wath has offaee at the port of New Or
leans He earraes on anaport and export traffac be
tween thas eountry and the eountraes of South
Ameraea I also learned that LARRY LASSEK
has an amport aaat job traanang whate does for the
Barnum and Baaley Careus I understood that he
was on tour at that tame
Because I was so near the Rocky Mountaan
Nataonal Park I decaded to see at I was an a party
of about ten who were to be conducted through
parts of the park Our guade turned out to be
EDWIN PROSOSKI He had been conduetang
tours through the park for several summers I de
eaded to go on to Oregon but I stopped an Salt
prased person when I saw PAT NOWAK and
ELIZABETH PECK They were makang a cross
country tour by horse and buggy just for the
novelty of at Although at would be quate an ex
tensave trap they were seeang a lot of scenery and
hav1ng a lot of fun
On my arraval an Portland Oregon I decaded
to go to a naght club I nearly fell an my tracks
when whom should I see as star of the floor show
but WAYNE MANGUS and DONNA BROWN
the famous dancaaag team
I was now on the last lap of my journey I had
always planned to see Hollywood When I arraved
there I vasated M C M studao On one of the
sets I ran aeross MARY ANN SNYDER who
was rehearsang for the movae Bessae Rades Agaan
After rehearsal she anvated me to have danner wath
her and we went to the Browaa Derby I am
medaately notaeed the stunnmg unaform of the
doorman and as I gazed at at my glance was rav
eted to the face and who could at be but EDGAR
LANE He was too busy to talk so we just went
I went on to Los Angeles where I planned to
spend the rest of my vacataon Whale there I
learned that BOB RUSSELL was playang at an
anternataonal golf tournament an England I was
unable to see ham
Goang baek over events of my trap I reala ed
that I had massed seeang only two of our old
fraends Upon anquary I dad fand out where they
were JUNIOR GRAVES has an amportant chaan
of grocery stores and spends most of has tame an
has offace an Boston I also learned that WALTER
PAPST has a used car lot an Detroat but stall stacks
to Old Faathful whach stall erupts every hour
on the hour
Dont you thank that I had a very nace trap7
It was eertaanly wonderful to see and to hear
about all of our classmates agaan Congratulataons
once more on your new posataon
Your former elassmate
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We the Senror Claw of Fullerton Hrgh School
County of Nance and State of Nebraska berng of
unsound mrnd and hazy memory after four back
breakrng years do hereby make publrsh and de
clare thrs as our last wrll and testament hereby
revokrng all former wrlls bequests and devrses of
whatever nature by us already made
BEVERLY ABBEY wrlls her red locks and cheer
ful manner to Suzre Qthe quret one, Rrpp
DANIEL BIALAS wrlls hrs good natured smrle to
Harold Qrt doesnt appeal to me, Myers
DONNA JEAN BROWN wrlls her habrt of whrs
perrng to Lola QI do my share, Bonham
MILDRED COLLINS wrlls her wrllrngness to
work to Davrd QI ll need rt but wrll I use rt
ANNA DUBAS wrlls her quret and studrous
manner to Dorrs QIm not bashful, Emry
CECELIA DUBAS wrlls her smrle and abrlrty to
get along wrth boys to Velma thanks, Coakley
EVELYN DUBAS wrlls her wavy harr and
drmples to Judy my harr rs just naturally
VIRGIL EGNOSKE wrlls hrs farmrng equrpment
to Maurrce Qrt probably wont work, Vaughn
DICK HILL wrlls hrs sarlor pants to Drck Qlm
posrtrve they wont frt, Allrngton
BARBARA GOOD wrlls her hrdden vrtalrty to
Rosanne I need mrne hrdden, Holmes
JUNIOR GRAVES wrlls hrs long legs to Dale QI
can use them, Neumann
PHYLLIS GRAVES wrlls her weakness for Fords
to Camrlla Qbut I lrke Chevres, Holmstedt
GRACIE JAIMET wrlls her posrtron as soda jerk
to Mary but Im a country gal, Knoprk
DONALD JARECKE wrlls hrs blonde harr perox
rde formula to Jrm I was lookrng for a new
harr style, Marn
JEROME JARECKE wrlls hrs farm lrfe to Brll
what would I do wrth rt, Frt gerald
JANICE KELLOGG wrlls her typrng abrlrty to
Clara Qmy typewrrter doesn t work rrght Kula
ANGELINE KULA wrlls her Ipana smrle and
cheery countenance to Wanda QIm happy,
EDGAR LANE wrlls hrs grrl shyness to Carroll QI
need rt, Zaruba
LARRY LASSEK wrlls hrs grft of gab to Donald
Qanythrng but that, Umstead
CAROL LUEDTKE wrlls hrs abrlrty to handle
women to Harold Im gettrng along just frne
WAYNE MANGUS wrlls hrs carefree and fun
lovrng lrfe to Nathanrel QOh' I have fun too
DICK MATHIESON wrlls hrs abrlrty to wrn a
grrls affectron to Clrfford grve me trme
MELVIN MCCRAY wrlls hrs agrrculture honors
to Ray QI try awfully hard, McNeff
BILL MCNEFF wrlls hrs several dozen brarns to
any freshman who thrnks he needs them
JOE MICEK wrlls hrs noon hour to Harold Qcan I
have your car too, Lohn
ROBERT MILLER wrlls hrs poetrc abrlrty to Ray
mond Qwart trll I get to be a senror, Dubas
DICK NELSON wrlls hrs strrng of broken hearts
and co eds wrth hrgh blood pressure to Law
rence Qwhat would I do wrth them, Czapla
LOIS NEUMANN wrlls her abrlrty to get a dra
mond to Adrrenne QI m not the serrous type,
ELIZABETH NOWAK wrlls her wrllrngness and
frrendly manner to anyone who needs rt
PAT NOWAK wrlls her quret gay manner to
Elena QI may be gay but not quret, Keller
ELLA OSTRANDER wrlls her ambrtron to go to
Mrssourr to Betty QI don t lrke to travel, I'Hrrrs
EAMIL PANOWICZ wrlls hrs love for rce cream
bars to Tommy QI lost my sweet tooth, Travers
WALTER PAPST wrlls hrs Tonr and car to Ron
me Qyou should have a brke lrke mrne, Huebner
DONNA PATTON wrlls her small laugh to
Norma Qrf you have to laugh you just have to,
ELIZABETH PECK wrlls her herght to Bonnre
QI m gettrng there slow but sure, Kula
ZELLA PHILLIPS leaves her Amerrcan Govern
ment book and knowledge of the subject to
Betty QI ll understand, Galloway
to Elva I talk enough, Arnold
EDWIN PROSOSKI wrlls hrs bashfulness to Drck
Im just havrng fun, Denton
JOAN RIPP wrlls her quretness to Rrta Qbut I
don t want to change, Roman
BOB RUSSELL wrlls hrs broad football shoulders
to Clrnton grve me trme, Medbery
EUGENE SHARMAN wrlls hrs posrtron as a
grocery boy to Carl QI m too young to work,
MARY SNYDER wrlls her Model A Bessre
to Bonnre Qmy route rs short, Thomas
MARCIA SMITH wrlls her Clarence to Ron
ald QOh' Ill get by, Shotkoskr
GRACIE TRAVERS wrlls her sweet drsposrtron
to Rosemarre QIm dorng alrrght, Pachunka
RICHARD WHITED wrlls hrs lrttle black mous
tache to Ronald QI just can t seem to grow one
lrke yours, Whrtaker
VELMA ZIPF wrlls her blonde harr and blue eyes
to Dolores QI wouldn t look good wrthout black
In Wrtness Whereof we Senror Class of the
Fullerton Hrgh School have set our hand and seal
hereto thrs twenty fourth day of May rn the year
of our Lord one thousand nrne hundred and frfty
Senror Class QSeal
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I Lois June Pierce while standmg stlll
In the Fullerton Hlgh School hall
Am thinking back over our H S days
And experiences had by all
Just as the class gong sounds
And Seniors go scurrying by
Loaded wlth books laughmg and talkmg
They naturally catch my eye
Beverly Abbey who has red hair
Is going to her P T class
When she is a teacher in another year
Ill bet her students will work to pass
Daniel Bialas with his winning manner
A farmer hopes to be
Or else hell run a filling station
We ll have to wait and see
Donna Brown is so full of fun
And always on the go
A girl whose leadership well miss
She is a grand gal to know
Mildred Collins accomplishes much
Tn her sweet and quiet way
Hue works so hard and hopes to be
A secretary come what may
Anna Dubas works so quietly
You hardly know she s around
Yet when you need a loyal pal
N0ne better can be found
Cecelia Dubas with her attractive eyes
Is always hard at work
Whether a future wantress or teacher
Her Job shell never shlrk
Fvelyn Dubas m her own sweet way
Trles hard to do her best
Wlth her bright smlle and very klnd heart
She is loved by all the rest
Vlrgll Egnoske is always busy
At school and at the farm
And thmgs work like a charm
Barbara Good co editor on Warrior
Just makes her typewriter hum
When in an offxce she will have success
As is the wlsh of her chums
Junxor Graves ls growing tall
And IS always ready for fun
Some dav lf he owns a grocery store
It will keep him on the run
Phvlhs Graves wxth her happy smile
Works hard ln every line
She may end up ln offlce work
And she will do It fxne
Dick Hill has a clever way
Hxs friends think him so swell
He kept the record of our football games
And filled the place quite well
Cracie Jaimet has lots of ambition
And is popular at William s Drug
Those dellclous sundaes and malts
She serves without a shrug
Don Tarec-ke in his likeable way
Ts a friend to everyone
We does hls classwork with a will
That s how his grades he s won
If-rome J arecke seems always happy
Whether at work or plav
He would like nothing more to do
Than drlve a car all day
Janice Kellogg IS a faithful pal
And with her smile of cheer
Has won the hearts of many frlends
Who llve both far and near
Angeline Kula wlth eyes a twinkle
Is always full of pep
A busy cheerleader shouting leading
She always keeps in step
Edgar Lane is always loyal
And willing to lend a hand
We ll probably hear of him some day
As owner of much land
Larry Lassek provides the fun
Each day for you and me
He s always laughing and telling jokes
And ls full of life you see
Carol Luedtke in his happy manner
Quite easily wins a friend
In football and in other sports
He fights until the end
Wayne Mangus with his laughing eyes
Is thinking of some trick
As our happy king of football
He is always full of nick
Dick Mathieson in his sports does well
He s good in school work too
We know that he will have success
In what he plans to do
Melvin McCray has a frlendly manner
That is admired by us
Whatever may his problem be
He never makes a fuss
Bill McNeff IS a good student
In school work and music too
He s happy m the polka band
Playing for me and you
Joe Micek has a frlendly way
And hkes to drive his car
And sell them near and far
Robert Miller earns many frlends
With hxs bright twmklmg eyes
We know success wlll come his way
Whatever in the future hes
Dick Nelson 15 our presldent
Great honors he has had
Wnth books and football under arm
He IS a busy lad
Lois Neumann on our Warrior Signal
Dld excellent work in art
'she s happv in her music too
We thmk she s very smart
Elizabeth Nowak is also quiet
Yet busy as a bee
Full of ioy and pep galore
She s always a friend to thee
Pat Nowak co editor of our Signal
Tn finding news does well
We know that in her future work
Her ratlng will be swell
Flla Ostrander with determlnatxon
Seems to be a qulet gal
But if vou want a lot of fun
Just choose her for your pal
Famil Panowirz is a fine friend to know
With a sort of bashful smile
He has the vxm to eam the grades
He s busy all the whlle
Walter Papst with hls bass hom
Is surely a busy guy
With hamxonica too besides his studies
How time for him must fly
Donna Patton seems rather shy
This really IS not so
And she IS such a loyal friend
For you and me to know
Elizabeth Peck keeps hunting news
For Warrior Signal readers
We may find her on the Times
As one of New York s leaders
Zella Phillips has a lot of interests
Which keeps her in a whirl
With music school work and her iob
She is a busy girl
Lois June Pierce who is Yours Truly
Likes dramatic work and math
With an ambition for specializing
She ll follow a chosen path
Edwin Prososki is also quiet
Yet has a winning way
We know a farmer good hell be
We hope his stock will pay
Joan Ripp has the volume
I m sure vou ve heard her sing
If she continues in the solo line
Shell make the echoes ring
Bob Russell also fought quite hard
To help in winning games
Perhaps next year in college you ll find
Him in the list of names
Eugene Shannen m his FFA
Is working hard we hear
Another voung and modern farmer
Hell probably be next year
Marcia Smith has the ambition
To enter college next fall
Success to her from all
Mary Ann Snyder also our editor
Is good in school we know
She has the smile to win our hearts
Now don t you think it s so"
Gracie Travers with her sunny smlle
Is as loyal as she can be
When any of us need a kind friend
She does her share for you and me
Richard Whlted with very dark 'lair
Makes any girl s heart beat faster
Busy with studies happy in sports
His 8mbltl0n is to master
Velma Zipf keeps every one iolly
And they all think she ls dear
If she is teaching school next fall
Her pupils she will cheer
Now as I enter English lit
Miss Widman s sweet smile greets me
I know that s why we all work
To win her praise by gee
And ln her patient graceful method
Much knowledge she imparts
Thus bmlrlmv our hves v nth high ideals
As our sponsor she has 'zur hearts
Mv pen IS dry so I will close
Put vnu ust watch next v ar
And see how many of the 50 class
Do what is mentioned here
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School Begms' The Old Grmd
Afternoon off for the Clrcus No Cxrcus
Fxrst football game at St Paul Vrctory IS
F T A PICDIC Flxghty Troublemakers
Freshmen 1n1t1at1on' What those Freshmen
dont have to go through to become full
fledged membe s of F H S'
Scotna Keep up the good work boys'
F1re dr1ll The band played on'
Genoa Do we want 1t7 We Got It"
Fxrst School Dance Ouch my toes'
Central Cxty Rah Rah Rah'
Seward Tough fxght but you dnd well
Y Teen Fall Conference Annual Old M3ldS
Conference at Central Clty
Aurora 6 6 Is there a vo1ce 1n the house7
YTeen Installat1on of offlcers Recognmon
Ceremony Slmple and Impressxve
Davxd Cxty Is xt our fault they re bxgge
School Dance New Records please'
Osceola All s well that ends well
Alblon Thats the spmt
Football Banquet Captam of 50 Dxck
Musnc Concert fvoxce and mstrumental
Squeek Squeek' Blatt Blatt'
Thanlrsgwnng Vacatxon Feast and Full
r Class Play Dear Daffodfl o does
Football Dance What a merry crowd
Fxrst Basketball Game w1th Newman Grove
Belgrade E1ght pomts are a lot at the rxght
Genoa Swedes are bad luck
Indxvldual Pxctures Look at the Blrdxe
Begmnxng of Hohday vacatxon We need
rest Ha Ha
Vacatxon Ends Horrxble reahty
Osceola Fullerton does It agam
St Edward Tough Luck'
Semor Pxctures Glad rag day for the
Albxon Slxclr floor boys
Proofs of Semor Pxctures Oh' mme are
terrnble' But they look just llke you
Cedar Rapnds Good Slnkers
Davxd Cnty Revenge from football
Choral Cl1n1c at Alblon D r me fa
Genoa Heart faxlure'
Seward That trumpet must have helped
Faculty Supper and Bowlxng Sl1pped on
the alley a gutter ball
Newman Grove Those bangboards What
they dxd to us'
Arrxved Ir Class Rmgs Flash' Flas
St Edward Flscher drdn t play'
Central Cnty Nelson held Sampson
Aurora Whew' Hot Game"'
F T A F F A and YTeen Party Dosxe
Do Achmg Muscles
Albxon Standmg room only' Not a chance
School Dance Only a few but fun
Gothenburg FAR AWAY PLACES
Tournament at Central Cxty Ravenna
St Bonaventure You could and you dxd
Made It to the fmals
Alblon Fullerton Second Place Dxck
Math1eson Captam' You made them work
for lt We re proud of you boys'
Declam Contest at Bra1nard The White
Lawn Heaven Bound""
Muslc Contest at Central Clty
Semor Class Play
Honors Convocatxon Hurrah for the Sen
1ors What ll we do now"
Iumor and Semor Banquet
Commencement The goal at last MY
Fullerton Hlgh School
We re proud of you
There IS no llmlt to what you can do
You re the one we all obey
You are the one of whom we say
We have the best our Fullerton Hxgh
Our red and white so proudly wxll fly
And when all IS sald and done
Oh you are the only one'
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FOURTH ROW left to nght Dyke Brown Ronald Whxtalcer D1ck Denton Mary Ellen Badura Lyle Holmes
Davld Cuba Donald Eggll Dlck DeLaneey Howard Kelth Adrlenne WBt0VlCk
THIRD ROW left to rlght Lonme Prososkx oyce Hellbusch Lula Patton Kathryn Prososkx Don McCray A
lene Lassek Harold Sulllvan Carroll Zaruba Norbert Leslak Alxce Whelan
SECOND ROW left to right Lyle Hawthorne Ronald Shotkoslu Clara Kula Valerle McBr1de Camilla Holm
stedt Ted Blalr enme McIntyre Duck Shotkoskl 11m Green 1m Mam
FIRST ROW left to rlght Miss jane Negley fSponsor Bcthene McCray Lois Helmes Lola Bonham Carol
Neumann Katherme Zuroike Irene Gawryck Carol Lee Betty Galloway Dons Emry Iudy Emry Mr
Robert Renner Sponsor
NOT PICTURED Francls Nowak joan Bussell Norene Keefauver Clmton Medberry B111 Karel enrolled
March 16 from South Omaha Nebraska too late to be mn the pncture
Vice Presndent FRANCIS NOWAK
Secretary DICK DBNTON
Treasurer KATHERINE Zukosluz
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FOURTH ROW left to rlght Donald Umstead Tommy Travers Maunce Vaughn Joe Iarecke Dxck Allmg
ton Glenn Hopwood Duck Rneken Allen Scott Mllo Sonderup Carl Knapp Dick Brown
THIRD ROW left to rxght Caryl Barr Dolores Swanson jane Sprague Iohnme Bussell Rxchard Bugay Sam
my Kmg Dorothy Whxted Elva Arnold Ann Goldsberry Rxchard Blalas
SECOND ROW left to rxght Mr Rozdalovsky fSpon sorj Vonne Gewecke Donna Faust Mary Ann Stopak
Dons Jean Prososlu Betty Harris Mary Ann Syslo janett Allxson Sammxe Prososkx Iohnme Blalas Laura
FIRST ROW left to nght Carlotta Abbey Bonme Kula JoAnne Schroeder Bonnle Thomas Lyle Owen
Glenrose Luedtke Larry Phxlllps Leroy Emry Teresa Stopak Ioan Iarecke
NOT PICTURED Harold Myers
Vace Pveszdent VONNE GEWECKE
Secretary Donorl-xy Warren
'Treasurer TOMMY Tmveas
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FOURTH ROW left to rxght Velma Coakley Loxs Ann Cedar janet Schumacher Rosanne Holmes Laurence
Czapla Urslla Roark Lyle Prerce Rodney Russell Ronald Mxller Irene Kara Dorothy Forbes Maryone
Lassek Norma Aldrxch Dxck Adamson
THIRD ROW left to rxght Bonme Lane Harold Lohn Russell Hawthorne Bob Gerber Cllfford Egnoskl
Ronald Hawthorne Bxll Fxtzgerald 11m Barr James Kudsk Mary Ann Kush LaDonna Egglr Roberta Rus
sell Rosahe Mllby
SECOND ROW left to rxght Mr Stelnmger fSponsorj Rxta Roman Donna Bussell Betty DeI.ancey Lavonne
Hull Mary Knoplk Norma Sharman Shirley Whltaker Donna Brown Elena Keller Wanda Keyes Phylhs
Sldders Suzanne Rlpp Rosemarle Pachunka
FIRST ROW left to rrght Ray McNeff Ronald Bugay George Bonham Ilmmy Nowak Edward Chmxel Law
rence jarecke Ronald Huebner Knute Peterson john Whelan Raymond Dubas Donald Pachunka Dale
Neumann Emanuella Dubas
NOT PICTURED Nathaniel Mlcek Donald Hamel enrolled March 13 from Peru Nebraska too late to be
ln the pxcture.
President .............................................. RAY MCNEFF
Vice President .............................. RosANN1z HOLMES
Secretary ....... - .......... -... .......... ........ B ILL FITZGERALD
'Treasurer ........................................ NORMA Aunlucn
Ednors PAT Nowmc and ELIZABETH Pnclc
Assocmte Edlwfs Doxus Emu' and JUDY Emu!
Busmess Managers GRACIE TRAVERS and GRACIE JAIMET
SECOND ROW left to nght FIRST ROW left to rxght
Carol Luedtke, Lila Patton, Ioan Rlpp, Anna Gracle Travers, Dons Emry, Elxzabeth Peck, Judy
Dubas, Loxs Neumann, Dxck Hxll, Mrs Ethel Doug' Emry, Gracne Jaxmet
NOT PICTURED Pat Nowak
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..................BETTY GALLOWAY and ADRIENNE Warovicx
Business Managers .... ANGELINE KULA and JANICE KELLOGG
Advertising .................. DICK NELSON and DICK MATHIESON
THIRD ROW, left to right:
Lois Neumann, Phyllis Graves,
Donald Iarecke, Evelyn Dubas, Ce
celia Dubas, Donna Jean Brown
Marcia Smith, Elizabeth Nowak.
SECOND ROW. left to right:
Mildred Collins, Velma Zipf, Lois
june Pierce, Zella Phillips, Dick
Mathieson, Dick Nelson, Robert
Miller, Carol Luedtlce, Mrs. Ethel
FIRST ROW, left to right:
Dick Hill, Angeline Kula, Adri-
enne Wetovick, Barbara Good,
Mary Ann Snyder, Betty Galloway,
Janice Kellogg, Richard Whited.
What a day'
Ill get xt frxed yet
Is thxs a day at school?
Cur lexsure tlme
The gxrls Mary Bonnie
I rate huh?
Farm glrl Betty Nowak
Ann and Bess
Its a grand hfe'
Hows the game?
I dare ya' Carol Neumann
Out an the garden Marcna Smxth
Can I get by huh? Drck Mathxeson
Lose somethmg" Evelyn Dubas
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How about that"
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Love must be grand
An evenmg 1n
A four legged dear
R1de em cowboy
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THIRD ROW left to right Carol Luedtke Larry Lassek Dlck Nelson Carroll Zaruba Dxck Mathle on Don
ald Umstead Rxchard Shotkoskx Lyle Hawthorne Galen McBrxde
SECOND ROW left to rxght Mr Lester Rozdalovsky fCoachj Duck Allmgton Ronald Whitaker David Cuba
Lyle Holmes Edgar Lane Richard Whxted Bob Rus ell Lyle Pxerce Dick Rxeken Ronald Shotkoskr Mr
Robert Renner fAss1stant Coachj
FIRST ROW left to rxght Edwin Prososkl Dick Brown Dyke Brown Duck Denton Maurxce Vaughn Wayne
Mangu Duck Adamson Lonnie Prososkx Danxel Bxalas
NOT PICTURED Sam Kmg John Whalen Harold Sullrvan Carl Knapp Leroy Emry Ronald Hawthorne
llm Kudsk Allen Scott Howard Kemth
Fullerton opened the 1949 season by soundly
thumpmg a weak St Paul team From the be
g1nn1ng the WHIIIOIS ran wlld the f1nal score
bemg 54 0 The hrghllghts of th1s vrctory were
Nelsons defenslve play Mathxesons runmng
Vaughn s four touchdowns and Zaruba s runnmg
Fullerton made thelr flrst home debut agaxnst
a strong Scotla team wmmng 60 The second
play the Warrlors had the ball Zaruba ran 80
yards to score Thxs turned out to be the decldrng
factor of the game Whlteds blocklng and Man
guss defenslve play were outstandmg
Genoa proved to be easy prey for the Warnors
after a scoreless f1rst half In the fxrst half Fuller
ton just couldn t get go1ng Durmg the second half
after a brlef sess1on Coach L W Rozdalovskys
boys were a new team rollmg to three touchdowns
The two tackles Russell and Whltaker held the
Orloles 1n f1ne fashlon to help 1n the wm
Central Cnty was the next vxctrm of Coach
Rosles powerful mach1ne The score was 7 O
Zaruba scored 1n the second quarter after the
Warnors muffed three scormg chances deep 1n
the Blson terr1tory The defenslve play was out
standxng by Holmes and Allmgton for Fullerton
Fullerton recexved rts frrst defeat of the year
by Seward The Bluejays were contmually rn scor
1ng terrxtory rn the last half but Lassek Holmes
and Nelson rose to the occaslon to keep the score
down Traxhng 14 to 6 wlth about two mmutes
left 1n the game Fullerton scored on a long pass
from Nelson to Vaughn Fmal score was 14 to
12 m favor of Seward A bad pass out of the
end zone m the fourth quarter gave the Bluejays
the dec1d1ng two pomts
Aurora marched some 60 yards to a fxrst quar
ter touchdown but mrssed the extra pomt The
teams then played three quarters of clean heads
up football After a bad Huskle punt Nelson
threw 30 yards to Vaughn to score for Fullerton
the extra pomt was blocked A senes of Huskre
passes faxled to gam and the game ended 66
Nelson was really the spark of th1s game by get
tmg more than fxfty percent of the tackles Den
ton and Mangus also shared the honors of th1s
Davld C1tys ternf1c blockmg runnmg and
tacklmg held Fullerton to 1ts only scoreless defeat
of the season Good defensrve playmg by Bxalas
Mangus and Luedtke held them to three touch
downs and fmal score of 18 0
Fullerton won thelr last home game of the
season by defeatmg Osceola 45 0 The whole team
was playmg much better than rn the three previous
weeks WhlY6dS runnmg and blockmg Luedtkes
were a blg help m th1s w1n
The Warnors were vrctorxous 1n a w1ndy
AHTIISKICE Day game wmmng over Alb1on 25 7
Alb1on scored late 1n the f1rst quarter Zaruba
threw a pass to Vaughn for Fullertons flrst
touchdown and Nelson kxcked the extra pornt
The last play before the half Nelson recexved a
short pass over center from Zaruba for the second
touchdown The score at the half Fullerton 13
Alb1on 7 ln the thxrd quarter Vaughn ran off hrs
own left tackle for about 80 yards w1th superb
blockmg makmg the score 19 for the Warrlors
Fullerton blocked an Alb1on punt m the fourth
quarter and Nelson made the final touchdown
endmg the game 25 7 Mathxesons puntrng and
the f1ne lme play executed by Holmes Whltaker
Mangus and Luedtke were the hxghlxghts of the
The Warrlors ended the 49 season wrth the
f1ne record of 6 wms 2 losses and 1 tre It 15 also
lnterestmg to note that Fullerton was undefeated
and unscored upon thelr home fleld
Dxck Nelson and Carol Luedtke were chosen
for the Central Exght All Conference Honor
Squad by the Coaches
R1chard Nelson was unammously elected
Honorary Captam th1s year
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Dxck Adamson Tommy Travers Bxll Fltzgerald Ronald Mxller Sam Kxng Ronald Whxtaker fStudent Man
THIRD ROW left to rrght M110 Sonderup Wayne Mangus Rodney Russell Harold Sullxvan Dxck Rxeken
Glenn Hopwood Davxd Cuba Duck Allmgton Lyle Pnerce Dyke Brown Lyle Hawthorne Howard Kexth
Mr Robert Renner fAss1stant Coachj
SECOND ROW left to rxght Dxck Mathxeson Maurxce Vaughn Carol Luedtke Rxchard Whxted Lyle Holmes
Bob Russell Dxck Denton Larry Lassek Dick Nelson Carroll Zaruba Mr Lester Rozdalovsky fCoachj
FIRST ROW left to rxght Johnny Whelan Harold Lohn Raymond Dubasv
NOT PICTURED LeRoy Emry
Tournament Dlrector V A
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trophy of the Dnstrxct B Con
test to Captaxn Dxck Mathxeson
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lxmpmg stage Coach Rozdalovsky started the
49 50 basketball season In answer to h1s call
came f1ve lettermen Lyle Holmes Carol Luedtke
Dlck Math1eson Rlchard Nelson and Rxchard
Whlted Other enthuslasts to answer were Larry
Lassek Bob Russell Dlck Denton Carroll Zaruba
Maunce Vaughn and Bxlly Fxtzgerald
The Warnors opened the season w1th Dlck
Mathxeson flxppxng 22 poxnts through the hoop to
outscore Newman Grove 61 41 Belgrade had lots
of Splflt but went down flghtxng 28 20 Fullerton
suffered IYCS flrst defeat ln a gruehng battle 1n
whlch Cenoa emerged wlth a 33 28 vlctory
After the hollday vacatlon the Warnors came
back w1th a strong attack and scalped Osceola
47 30 St Edward and Alblon downed a fxghtlng
Fullerton qumtet mn the last few mxnutes by scores
of 25 22 and 27 22 respectxvely
A los1ng jmx that had hounded the Warnors
IH the last two games was broken when they
avenged a loss from two years ago by trouncmg
Cedar Rapxds 5 6 31 The Warnors never got off
the warpath and wxth the help of Rlchard Nel
son s 19 poxnts downed a strong Davmd Cxty qu1n
and knocked Genoa from the ranks of the unde
feated ln a thnllmg overt1me 37 34 Fullerton
looked stale as Seward showed champxonshxp form
and flashed past a t1red Warnor f1VC 44 30 In
one of the better games of the season the Wamors
waltzed past St Edward 43 38 Coach Rosles
powerful machxne came to hfe 1n the second half
to down the Central Cxty Bxsons, 32 28 More
' ' ' tet, 39f30. The mighty Warriors kept on rallying
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gray ha1r was gfOW1Dg on Coach Rozdalovskys
head after a cold Fullerton team finally found the
hoop 1n the last two mmutes and snatched what
had looked hke a sure vlctory for Aurora, 31 30
A S1ZZl1I1g hot Albxon team flashed by a mxghty
cold Warnor f1VC to the tune of 47 26 Fullerton
then traveled to Gothenburg and the f1ne play of
Rlchard Wh1ted and Carol Luedtke kept the tall
Gothenburg quxntet guessmg but the Warnors fell
The Warnors won the f1rst round of the Dls
tr1ct Toumament at Central Clty agalnst Ravenna
36 35 1n the last 27 seconds when Bob Russell
swxshed a long one handed shot from almost the
center of the floor to txe up the game and Dlck
Matlueson sank the w1nn1ng free throw wlth only
5 seconds left to play
The next nlght Fullerton led by center Lyle
Holmes spanked St Bonaventure by a score of
On the thxrd and fmal mght the Warnors
were undoubtedly the coldest of the season and
for three quarters scored only 13 po1nts Then
as the fxnal quarter started the Wamors flashed
to l1fe and cut a 21 polnt margm 1n half but thxs
for the loslng Warnors was Carroll Zaruba wxth
On the whole, the Warnors turned m a fme
season w1nn1ng 11 games and losmg 7 They
played 1n the fmals of the Class B DlStf1Ct
Toumament and recelved a second place trophy
5647. l was not enough as Albion won, 37f25. Hlgh scorer
SECOND ROW left to nght Dncken Rreken Harold Lohn Carl Knapp Rodney Russell
Rrchard Whxted Lyle Holmes Don Hamel Mnlo Sonderup Bxll Frtzgerald Inm Green
Howard Kexth Maunce Vaughn Lyle Pxerce Drck Hall Mr Lester Rozdalovsky fCoachj
FIRST ROW left to nght Raymond Dubas Dxck Brown Lyle Hawthorne Glenn Hopwood
Davrd Cuba Bob Russell Carol Luedtke Carroll Zaruba Drck Mathreson Dxck Nelson
NOT PICTURED Ronald Whxtaker Harold Sullxvan Larry Lassek
The Track squad of 50 appears to be strong
strong enough to f1n1sh out 1n good fashxon what
has been a fme year 1n sports for Fullerton
The returnmg WHFIIOIS are Rlchard VVh1ted
880 and hlgh jump Rlchard Nelson shot and
broad jump Carroll Zaruba. 220 and broadjump
The boys that should turn ln some fme work
Luedtke hurdles and 880 Maur1ce Vaughn 220
Ronald Whltaker shot and dxscus Lyle Holmes
shot and drscus Bob Russell shot and d1scus
The season opens wxth a meet at Grand Island
the next 1S at Columbus then at Central C1ty and
the last two are at Dav1d Cxty
We w1sh to take thls opportun1ty to thank our
coaches Mr Rozdalovsky and Mr Renner for the
splendld management of our football and basket
ball squads Many hours of rnstructxon by the
coaches helped to make xt poss1ble for the Warnors
to make a flne record Many thanks to you Coach
Rozdalovsky and Coach Rennen-
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Swanson Mary Ann Snyder Norma Aldrlch Rosanne Holmes Janet Bradley JoAnne Schroeder Janet Schu
macher Rlchard O Babcock fSponsorj
SECOND ROW left to rxght Marcxa Smlth fSec and Treasj Donald Iarecke Donna. Brown Ronald Shotkoskl
son Bnll Harrxs Gordon Greer B111 McNeff
FIRST ROW left to rxght Lxla Patton fhhrarxanj Kathryn Prososln Lois Plerce Barbara Good ane Sprague
Donna Patton Melvm McCray fVxce Pres1dentj Ixmmxe Nlckel Judy Emry Tommy Travers fPres1dentj
Charles Iarecke Ted Blaxr
LEFT TO RIGHT janet Schumacher IoAnne Schroeder janet Bradley Rosanne Holmes
NOT PICTURED Norma Aldrich
Lonnie' Prososlci, Adrienne Wetovlck, Mildred-Collins, Allce Whelan, Walter Papst, Don IvlcCray, Dick Adam:
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Kathryn Prososln Mary Ellen Badura I..1la Patton Katherine Zuroske Carol Lee Irene Kara Dorothy Whlted
SECOND ROW left to right Mxss Iane Negley fSponsorJ Donna Bussell Emanuella Dubas Loxs Cedar Betty
Harrns Carol Neumann Camxlla Holmstedt Dorothy Forbes Ann Goldsberry Iamce Kellogg Valerxe McBr1de,
enme Mclntyre Zella Phxlhps Dons ean Prososkx joan jareclre Rlta Roman Mxss Mxldred Sahs fSponsor
FIRST ROW left to rxght Teresa Stopak Carlotta Abbey Loxs Helms Phyllxs Sldders Betty Galloway Bonme
Luedtlre Bonnxe Thomas Wanda Keyes JoAnne Schroeder Gracle Travers
CHEERLEADERS left to rrght Velma Zxpf Angelxne Kula Dons Emry
NOT PICTURED Vonne Gewecke Jane Sprague Gracxe Iarmet Ioan Bussell Frances Nowak Beverly Abbey
LEFT TO RIGHT Dolores Swanson Rxta Roman Dorothy Whnted Velma Zxpf Angelme Kula Dons Emry
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SECOND ROW left to nght Rlchard Shotkoskx Shrrley Whxtaker Carroll Zaruba LOIS Plerce M110 Sonderup
Ann Goldsberry Mrss Wrdman fSponsorj
FIRST ROW left to nght Lula Patton fVrce Pres, Dick Mathxeson fPresj Mary Ann Snyder fSecj Emxl
FOURTH ROW left to nght Ann Goldsberry Adrxenne Wetovxck Rosanne Holmes Dxck Mathxeson Harold Sul
llvan Dxclc Denton Glenn Hopwood Allen Scott Carroll Zaruha Rodney Russell Alxce Whelan Janlce Kel
logg Dorothy Whlted
THIRD ROW left to rlqht Glenrose Luecltke Velma Coakley Valerle McBr1de Dorothy Forbes Kathryn Prososkl
Irene Kara Jane Sprague anet Schumacher Graeme almet Arlene Lassek Bonnle Lane ennle McIntyre C
SECOND ROW left to rxght Velma Zrpf Bonnle Thomas Wanda Keyes JoAnne Schroeder Dorls Emry Shlrley
Vsfhxtakcr udy Emry Carol Lee Krtherme Zuroske Elena Keller Mary Knoplk Marjorre Lassek LOIS Cedar
janett Allxson Irene Gawryck Zella Phrlhps Norma Sharman Rlchard O Bahcoclc fSponsorj
FIRST ROW left to rxght Betty Harris Emanuella Duhas Lola Bonham Carlotta Abbey Carol Neumann Loxs
lxeumann Bonme Kula Phyllns Sxdders Betty Galloway joan Rrpp Rxta Roman Vonne Gewecke Rosmarle
Pachunka Larry Phllllps Iohnnxe Whelan Knute Peterson Donald Pachunka Dale Neumann
NOT PICTURED Ioan Bussell Frances Nowak
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Goldsberry Rosanne Holmes Adrxenne Wetovxck Dorothy Whxted Ianxce Kellogg Arlene Lassek Camrlla Holm
stedt Betty Harris Kathryn Prososkx
THIRD ROW left to nght Norma Sharman Zella Phxllxps Valer1e McBr1de Jennxe McIntyre Irene Kara Gracie
Jaxmet janet Schumacher Lors Cedar Velma Coakley Judy Emry Shxrley Whitaker
SECOND ROW left to rnght Carol Lee Katherme Zuroske Velma Zxpf Bonme Thomas Dons Emry Wanda
Keyes Irene Gawryck Mary Knoplk Elena Keller Ianett Alhson Vonne Gewecke Dorothy Forbes
FIRST ROW left to nght Rxchard O Babcock fSponsorj Carlotta Abbey Carol Neumann Bonnxe Kula Phyllis
Sxdders Betty Galloway Rxta Roman Io Anne Schroeder Ioan Rxpp Lola Bonham Rosmarle Pachunka,
SECOND ROW, left to right Allen Scott, Glenn Hopwood, Drck Denton, Rodney Russell, Carroll Zaruba, Harold
Sullrvan Dxck Mathreson
FIRST ROW, left to rxght Donald Pachunka, Knute Peterson, johnnre Whelan, Larry Phxllxps, Dale Neumann, Rxch
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anne Holmes ane Sprague Marcia Smith Dorothy Whited Dolores Swanson
THIRD ROW left to right Mary Snyder Norma Sharman Gracie aimet Donna Patton Ella Ostrander Elva
Arnold Velma Coakley Judy Emry Lois june Pierce
SECOND ROW left to right Miss Mildred Sahs QSponsorj Lois Ann Helms Phyllis Sidders Betty Galloway La
Gracie Travers Miss Jane Negley lsponsorj
FIRST ROW left to right Zella Phillips fPresJ Ann Goldsberry fSecj Janice Kellogg fTreasj Doris Emry
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Future Teachers of America
SECOND ROW left to right Miss Mildred Sahs fSponsorb Cecelia Dubas Katherine Zuroske Arlene Lassek
Bethene McCray Lila Patton Donna Patton Lois une Pierce Velma Zipf
FIRST ROW left to right Elizabeth Nowak fTreasj Janice Kellogg fPresj Elizabeth Peck fSecj
NOT PICTURED Pat Nowak fVlCC Presj Beverly Abbey
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FOURTH ROW left to nght Vlfgll Egnoske fPresj Wayne Mangus fTreasl B111 McNeff fSecj Eugene Shar
man Dnck Allmgton Edgar Lane D1ck Rxeken joe Iarecke Donald Eggl1 Ierome Iarecke Dxck DeLancey
THIRD ROW left to r1ght Lyle P1erce Edwm Prososkx Ronald Shotkosk1 MCIVIH McCray fNews Rep, Dyke
Brown Norbert Lesxak oe M1cek Walter Papst R1chard Bxalas Sam Kmg Donald arecke VICE Presj
SECOND ROW left to r1ght Don McCray Iohnme Bralas Rxchard Shotkoslu Dan1el Bxalas Allen Scott M110
Sonderup Lonn1e Prososkn Rrchard Bugay ohnme Bussell Laurence Czapla Harold Sullrvan Mr james Ca
FIRST ROW left to nght Raymond McNeff Clrfford Egnoske Nathamel Mlcek Samm1e Prososkx D1clr Brown
Carl Knapp MBUYICC Vaughn Ronald Hawthorne Knute Peterson lmmy Nowak Lyle Owens George Bonham
Ronald Bugay Dale Neumann NOT PICTURED Harold Myers Clinton Medbery
The Agrrculture IF IF A Organrzatrom
The Future Farmers of Amer1ca IS composed
of chartered State Assoc1at1ons wh1ch 1n turn are
made up of local chapters s1tuated ID h1gh schools
hav1ng departments of vocat1onal agr1culture The
boys enrolled IH such courses const1tute IIS act1ve
membersh1p but prov1s1on IS also made for assoc1ate
and honorary membersh1ps Membershrp is entirely
DEGREES OF MEMBERSHIPS
There are four grades or degrees of member
sh1p Green Hand Chapter Farmer State
Farmer and Amer1can Farmer These grades
of membershxps depend entlrely on def1n1te accomp
l1shments 1n connect1on wxth the vocat1onal agr1cul
ture program of the school Local chapters deter
m1ne the 1nd1v1dual s advancement 1n the flrst two
degrees of membersh1p the State deter1n1nes the
th1rd and the nat1onal organ1zat1on confers the
fourth degree Spec1f1c levels of atta1nment w1th
respec to farm1ng earmngs 1nvestments leader
sh1p and scholarsh1p are set up for each degree
OFFICERS AND ADVISERS
Boy off1cers for each uma of the F F A
local state and nat1onal are elected annually
Each of these umts meet at a SPECIFIC t1me There
are approved forms for conduct1ng meetmgs and
for pass1ng members to certa1n degrees of member
sh1p Teachers of vocat1onal agr1culture groups
serve as local chapter adv1sers and state SUPCYVIS
ors of agr1culture educat1on serve as state adv1sers
The F F A IS self support1ng Operatlng na
t1onally on ten cents a year member dues It has
been ID good f1nanc1al shape SIHCB ICS beg1nn1ng 1n
1928 B1lls are pa1d promptly and the nat1onal
treasury ma1nta1ns a safety balance at all t1mes
Many chapters operate thnft banks where syste
mat1c and regular membersh1p savlng IS encour
aged Chapter 1ncome IS often supplemented by
var1ous well chosen fund ra1s1ng act1v1t1es Th1s
g1ves members busmess tra1n1ng and exper1ence
The nat1onal emblem of the Future Farmers of
Amer1ca IS s1gn1f1cant and mean1ngful 1n every de
ta1l Used by members 1n all recogmzed un1ts of
the organ1zat1on 1t IS made up of f1VC symbols
the owl the plow the r1s1ng sun w1th1n the cross
sect1on of an ear of corn wh1ch 1S surmounted by
the Amer1can eagle Upon the face of the emblem
appear also the words Vocatlonal Agnculture
and the letters F F A flj The owl IS symbol1c
of w1sdom and knowledge QQ the plow IS the
symbol of labor and t1llage of the so1l 13, the IIS
1ng sun IS emblemat1c of progress and the new day
that w1ll dawn when all farmers are tra1ned and
have learned to cooperate f4l the cross SCCIIOU
of an ear of corn represents common agr1culture
1nterests SINCE corn 15 nat1ve to Amer1ca and grown
1n every state UQ the eagle IS 1nd1cat1ve of the
nat1onal scope of the organ1zat1on
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Pleased to serve you?
Sophisticated group-FHS Faculty
Dignified group-FHS Faculty
Ir. Class Play. "1949"
Circle two step.
Football King and Queen of "49" QW. Mangus, P. Nowakj
Congratulations Dick N. fCaptain of '50'j
We wait in elegance.
"Babes in the Woods."
Swell pal fRoberta Russell,
Goin' some place? QC. LeMaster, Iennie McIntyre.,
I.et's play ball! fDot Whitedj
"Lady of the Lake." fVelma Zipfj
A group of friends. fZipf, Smith, Snyder, Neu-
"Freshie" fI.aurence Czaplaj
So what? fDon Umstead, Carl Knappj
just me! fVelma Coalcleyj
Pals. Uoyce Hellbusch, Donna Faust,
Frostie. fDonna Faust,
A happy cuuplz. fMr. 9 Mrs. Rosiej
Well, look here. fElva Arnoldj
Sky line view.
Coach CML Rozdalovskyj
The gang s all here'
What s cookm '
The Three Stooges fsnyder Smxth Zxpf
Marchnng band practxce
Patsy Montana Uanett Allxsonj
Im a bxg boy now' fDxck Rxekenj
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Stormy weather' fDan Donj
Ready no place to go
My Stars fTom Travers B111 McNeffJ
Happy go lucky
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J M MCDONALDS
Where You Get Quahty Plus Servlce
Everythlng For The Farnlly
Clothmg Shoes Dry Goods and Ready to Wear
THE FRIENDLY FAMILY STORE
J M MCDONALD COMPANY
Telephone 7 Fullerton Nebraska
P I N N E L L S
SPRAGUE 6 CUNNINGHAM
Sales and Serv1ce
You Can Buy Only
Good Appllances Here
Phone 203 W
'I'HE NANCE COUNTY
Donor of The lournal Award
Presented Each Year to the
Outstandmg Student of the
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F R I E N D S Asfftfw'
FOUNTAIN o eC1c1ss Of195U
WILLIAMS DRUG CO
Re-horble Prescrlptlon Fullerton Hlgh SChOO1
Ser-Vlce The Class
BLACK S GROCERY
Farmers Co op Gas And O11
PETROLEUM ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
PHONE 17 FULLERTON NEBRASKA
Henry, Don, and Dale
HESTED STORES 3 f '
I- 51025 an
Meet Your Er1er1cls
The Place to Fmd Bargams
Watches D1amor1ds lewelry
All Work Guaranteed
GIFTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Sales and Servmce
Knowles 6. Son
Sportsman Barber Shop
It Pays To Look Well
Laverne BUTCH Faborg
Mac s Cafe
Where Frlends Meet
I H Kemp
Cedar Valley Lumber Co
Modern Bulldlng Servlce
Luci1le's Beauty Salon
Semor Class of 1950
Wxllys Sales and SSTVICS
Phone 128 W
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SWANSON OII. CO
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DlSlI1bl,1lOI'S of Very mg or e
Farm Home and Car
Ph 43 At Pnces You L1ke to Pay
LEROY COPPLE OWNER
RENTALS FARM MANAGEMENT LOANS
BALDRIDGE 6. RUMSEY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Phone 42 W
FULLERTON NA'l'IONAL EEEEE E SERVICE
FULLERTON MOTOR CO
Fullerton Nebraska O M Hays
Member Federal Deposlt
Good plctures sell
themselves We do not
have to sell them to you
If you llke our
shows tell your frlencls
1t not tell us
and Mrs L W Heal
Fullerton H1gh School
Class of l95U
Best W1shes for Your Success
1r1 Future Years
C A Mlller Agency
Ted W Mlller
See Us for Fxrst Class Work
Cleaners and Tallors
GRIFFIN DRUG CO
777e 2211011 Store
THE REXALL STORE
The Fnendly Store
Hardware Huto Supphes
M I SCHUMACHER
FIRST IN QUALITY
M I Schumacher Prop
Phone 47 I
BEAMAN 6 PALMER
Phone 53 R 53 W
Mr. . . .
MODERN CLEANERS ,
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When You Th1nk Ot Buying Or Selhng Remember Our Record
OVER S22 000000 PROPERTY SOLD AND NOT ONE ACCUSATION
We Are Spec1al1sts In
Real Estate Farm Loans Insurance
The FRANK G ARNOLD AGENCY
L O W1ll1ams Frank G Arnold Regma M Nowak
To The Class Of 1950
Nelson O11 Co
M V GOLDSBERRY MGR
Congratulanons to the Class of 1950
Anderson Rad1o and Electncal
Sales and Serv1ce
d G Bpph
Insurance and Real Estate
F R WHITNEY
Mattea Standard Serv1ce
DUDEK SHOE SHOP
B L ANDERSON
P ltry Egg
M ll F d
Congratulahons Class ot 50
Fullerton Feed Seed and Produce
Electric an as 'ances
Bottle as Service
Consumers Public Power District Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies
Buyer of Cream. ou , s
- - i er ee s
FRED PETERSON FARM EQUIPMENT
Farm Eaulpment Headquarters
Internahonal Motor Trucks
Fullerton Nebraska Phone 74
Our Fam1ly Store
A E KNEPPER Owner
Everythmg 1n Good Food
Mobll Gas cmd Mobll O11
HN Dlirki, QBN DEER
" Iohn Deere
Norge Parts Sales SSTVICG Dealer
Phone 26 Fullerton Nebraska
50 . , s , 4-
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FARMERS CO-OP CREAMERY
Yellow Rose Brand
Cream Top Mllk
Buyers of Cream and Graded Eggs
To The Class Of
Tranbarger s Vanety
5c to S100 Mclse
To The Sehlor Class Of l95O
The Best ls None Too Good
Bowman s Grocery
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Ph 64 HPV
Congratulahohs To The
Class Of l95U
School ls Stlll Ah
We Hope To Serve You
ln The Future
Meais--Fruits- e e ables
G orge H Bob
ne a s To Buy Quahty phone 55
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The Llttle Place
Good Luck To You
The Oh1o Ncxtxoncxl L1fe Ins
To The Seruors
Dr Edward R SlCIV1k
Fullerton Dry Cleamng
Llke New When
Phone 79 W
To The Semor Class Of
Congratulatrons to the Class
Congratulatrons to the Class of 50
TEDS BARBER SHOP
To The Class Of 50
Ernry Brothers 6. Z1pi
Congratulatrons to the Class of l950
M yi g Hppl
F g d Hppl
B til G
R C Andrews
F . H . S .
l Agent for
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of Cincinncx i. O io
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Of 1950 We're Thru"
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I cz u icmces
, ri i cxire iances
o e gs
To The Class Of l950
Dr I L Seberg
Fred Phllbrlck POSt 151 commumty Feed fs. seed store
Conaratulatlons to the Class of l950
Fullerton Nebraska Mels Transfer
P a t r 0 n 1 Z e
Our Buslness People
To The They Are Always W1lllHg
Semor Class Of l950
To Help Us
F H S Students
The Faculty And To The Senlors Ol
STUDENT BODY OF THE
FULLERTON HIGH SCHOOL
W1sh To Extend Thelr
Appreclatlon To The
Buslness People Of Fullerton
l-las Made Th1s Annual
Wayne Nxcholls Supermtendent
Edna I W1dman Pr1nc1pal
R1chard O Babcock
Lester W Rozdalovsky
Robert W Renner
Robert I Stemmger
Ethel C Douglas
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