Gering High School - Kennel Yearbook (Gering, NE)

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,415 ".. THE 95 9 KENNEL Hand in Hand with Memories INELS SULLIVAN CLEY RICHENDIFER Superintendent Prlrwlpal A Message From the Supermtendent and Principal Education ln the Germ High School IS concerned with both the needs of the llldltldlli-11 and his IC ponsibilltleb to souety This aim of education 1G SIIDIICIV uppoited bs public OPIHIOII and bw the Legislature of the State Implied in this concept is the obllgatlon to provlde each child Wlth op portunity to reach the higheQt lexel of his interest and abilities for the benefit of society and himself." Wdgdpww JM e i C cz Z i 0 n To 6'Aunt" Nelle To very few people is given the rare quality of not only understanding youth, but of wielding a big influence in the shaping of their character, im- proving their talents, and at the same time demanding their love and re- spect. UAunt,' Nelle Pattison has this quality in abundance. The yearbook staff is happy and proud to dedicate the "59" Kennel to '4Aunt Nelle" with our unanimous affection and deep appreciation for her influence which will remain with us and guide us through our entire lifetime. Attendant Linda Scarlett Attendant Connie Sehmek ln ROW 1: C. Dean, K. 0'Connor, W. Wood. S. Hawrick. C. Robertson, C. Zicr. Mr. Zallman ROW 2: L. Scarlett, N. Sieb, M. Derker, ,l. Kellling. H. H4-iss. Nl. Rundvll. S. Rllllllt'k, ,l. Taylor ROW 3: G. Robinson, D. Meyers, L. Kuxhausen. R. Rm-itz. C. Anderson. G. Hall. Yearbook Staff Advisor .... ...... ...... . . . . Mr. William Zalman Co-Editors ........ . Warren Wood, Shirley Haverick Business Managers .... .... G lenda Hall, Larry Kuxhausen Athletics ..... a ,.... Judi Taylor, Linda Scarlett Classes ., , . Callmie Zier, Cary Rolmenson Activities . . ....a. Nadine Sielm, Kathie O'Connor Art . W Nlarjean llundell. Gail Dean Organizations W or .a Rachel Heiss. Sharon Romick Photos . . a. Carole Anderson, JoAnn Kc-liling SIIUIPIII Photographer , . ,. , , a Dick Meyers el Sz f Q J' 11 x H 1' ,A 1 fx e Board of Education s .,..., 'X fl,-Q., STANDING: Charles McClure, Leonard V. Herron, Rex W. Emery. SEATED: Charles Ceil, 0. N. Flaten, Mrs. Ruth Gregg. The job of a school hoard member is a vicious circle with enormous proh- lems, and the hoard spends much of their free time discussing them. Some of the prohlenis which fall on the shoulders of the school hoard are overcrowded school rooms. setting school stamlnrcls. approving new teachers, and liiggest of ull. the lindget. There are few people who would like to lie faced with these prohlenis and decisions that nniv influence the lives of everyone within the school district. The hoard is shown zilnovc ut one of their regular meetings. -L S' 0 If J .fr .. g I 'K ' 'UP :Hi-1 S. ' f Hzl H . ' NIISS BEITH CXNIJHR MR. FRANK CRAFT' I nglifh Ilmm-rulakixmg Math. Coach ' x Q Z QW 49 e K NIR. DON CHILDS NIH. Band P115 JACK COLYPENSX MRS. LKCILLE DITION sival Education PhfSif'E1l Education w ,C .FW . w- 2'-fs-if--fl HRS. HEX IIXIIYICY MISS UNIX HIQIKNIXN N-Ill. VHXXK Hl NTHR' Num- Xxl llllilllxll. Fpm-1-ll. jullrzlalllfnl 9 SQEM1 -' 4. M v. faibm Xi, A6 ir 1 fb Q ' this wg-'ttf' 'c MMM 1 ,M 'P' fr ., M 1 x,wg1iF':9fm.- . M 'M yy, - 1 Y Eg 'Q 'Zia f J., Wa 4 1 3 X 'Q' I? :il - I QQ , . ,r ,f f A YZ 1 1, At'-M N4 W , , X Inf V Might' uf, V VV ,fix , W I -Q , ,hi A H W '.QA 1, iw 1 .f M , 'kwin I M . mm 'Magix gf-2513. , an ' , 1' , B, N , ' ' f J1':"7 "I 1 ' 1Q?V1bSi, .zikip-,u.eL ,u...2mram....... F 4 , 'T .. A-MMM 1-'av gli, 4 5 .-,1'-f- A 1,5 . 3f i .hw gzfffli ,,ff ,fy CAROLE ANDERSON "Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for friendship." Mujer: English. Math Minor: Social Science Band 1. 2. 3. 4: FHA 2: K-9 1. 2. 3. 4: Inst. Group 3, 4: Chorus 1. 4: Language Club 1: CAA 1. 2: Bulldog Barks Editor 4: Annual Staff 4. DELIGHT ARNOLD "Bashful. sensitive. good. and kind: A gal like her is hard to find." Major: English Jlinor: Home-making. Social Science FHA 1.2. 3.4: K-9 4: Bulldog Barks 4. PAMELA BAKER "No matter what others may lie. she will always be herself." ,lllljillff English. liomc-making llinnr: Math Rand 1. 2. 3. 4: FH.-K l. 2. 3. 4: K-9 l. 2. 3, 4: Inst. Group 4: Chorus 2, RICHARD BENRER " Laugh and be merry." .lIf1.1or: English. Shop. Social Scitncc .lIi'nor: Natural Science CARY ROBERTSON I're.e1'flent NH . . , . . e s fun. he s witty. he s cle-yi-r. he s sly: An all around fellow. and a wonderful guy." .ll11j0r.' lfnglish. Social Science llinnr: Nlath Football l. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1: "C" Club 2, 3. 4: Class Officer 2. 3. 4: Track 1: Chorus 4: Language Club 2: County Coyernmcnt 3: Operetta 4. JLDITH TAYLOR l'icelPresi1lenl "Fun and frolic. glee is there: The will to do. the soul to care " llnjor: Math. English .lli'nor: Social Science. Homemaking. Natural Science Band I. 2. 3. 4: FH.-X 1. 2. 3. 4: K-9 1. 2. 3, 4: Class Officer 4: Librarian 4: lnst. llroup 2. 3. 4: Projectionist 2. 3, 4: Tri-NI 3, 4: Quill and Scroll-1-: Annual Staff 4. RACHEL HEISS Secretary "She is a scholar as you can tell: The jobs she's had. she's done them well." Jlnjor: Math. English. Natural Science Jlinor: Language. Social Science Band l. 2. 3. 4: National llonor Society 3, 4: K-9 1. 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Class Officer 4: Small Group: lnst. 1, 2, 3. 4: Vocal 3. 4: Chorus 1. 4: Language Club l, 2, 3, 43 Tri-M 3, 4: Science Club 4: Class Play 4. KEITHA ORR Treasurer "Little and cute. witty and wise: Keitha's really something for her size." fllajor: English, Stenography, Commercial Minor: l-lomemaking FHA 1: Quill and Scroll 4: K-9 1. 2, 3, 4: Class Officer 4: Librarian 4: Chorus 1. 2: Bulldog Barks 4. MAX CARPENTER "Don't let your studies interfere with your school course." .IIllj0l'f Social Science. Natural Science. English Football 1. 4: Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 45 "G" Club 2, 3, 45 Track I. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 33 Class Play 3. KEN NETH CLARKE "Who loves not women, wine, and song, remains a fool his whole life long." Jlajor: Math. English. Social Science .lI1'nor: Natural Science Football I. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 34 Intramurals 43 "G" Club 2, 3. 4, Track 1. 2, 3, Language Club 1, 2, County Government 3. GAYLE CROSS "Drawing and painting are her lines: As an artist she will shine." Major: Honit-making, English Minor: Social Science GAA 2. ROBERT CI'RTIS "Let the world slide. I'll not budge an inch." Major: Shop. Math, Natural Science Minor: English Student Manager 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 4. ROBERT CLRRY "Strongest minds are often those which the noisy world hears least." Major: Shop. English, Natural Science, Math Minor: Social Science . Football I. 2. 3. 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 "G" Club 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club 4, Stage Crew 3, 49 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4g Science Club 3, 4. MARION DAVIS '4BIarion's a great pal and a friendg He's sincere until the end." Major: Math. English, Natural Science Minor: Social Science Football 1. 2. 3, 45 Basketball Ig Intramurals 2, 39 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 "G" Club 2. 3. 43 Student Council 43 Small Groups: Inst. 1, 2, 3. 4, Vocal 3. 4: Chorus 2. 4, Track 1, 2, Language Club 2. CYNTHA DEAN "This is a gal as fragile as a toyg one of her traits is being coy." .llajors English. Social Science Minor: Math. Homemaking FHA Ig Quill and Scroll 4, K-9 1, 2, 3, 4g GAA 15 Class Play 3, 4. RLBY DOWELL "The only way to have a friend is to be one. llajor: English. Math, Home-making Minor: Social Science Band 1. 2. 3. 41 FHA I, Quill and Scroll 4g K-9 1, 2, 3, 45 Inst. Group 3. 4g Chorus 4. LEE GROSKOPF "Win new friends but keep the old. the first 0ne's silver but the latter. gold." Major: Math. English, Shop Minors: Social Science. Natural Science Intramurals 3: Industrial Arts Club 3. 4. GLEN DA HALL "Glenda is bashful and quite serene: whenever she smiles personality beams," Jlujor: English. Natural Science, Social Science, Math Band 1. 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: K-9 1. 2. 3. 4: Small Groups: lnst. 2, 3, 4: Vocal 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4: Class Officer 1: Language Club 1, 2. JAMES HARIJINC "Un the trumpet ht-'s the best: watch him score on that math test. .lllllllff Natural Sr-ience. Nlath, English llinnr: Social Science Footliall 2: Basketball l: Band l. 2. 3. 4: Student Council 2. 3. 1: National llonor Society 3. 4: "fl" Club 2. 3: Track l. 2. 3. 1: Small Group: lnst. l. 2. 3. 1: Yocal -1-1 Chorus 4. ROIJXEY HARSIX "Rodney i-1 a brilliant member of our class: practically any test he- can pass. ,llfmirg lftiglisll. Nlath. Natural Science ,lil-llllff Shop. Social Science Intramurals 2. 3. vi-1 "ll" llluh 2. 3. -1: Stage Crew 3, 4: Track l. 2. 3. -1-1 Vocal flroup 3. 1: Ch ' ' S ' ' N ASS 3. -1. Xll Ill FF " Xlssays full of fun and laughs: She-'s a popular lIl1'IIllH'f of our i-las," yor: lfnglislt. llommcrcial .llr'nor: llomz-making: l'll.-X 2. 3. 4: K-9 2. 3. -1: Small Group Vocal -1: Chorus 2. 3, 4. lfYl'1l'llf'lyl EllC:Xll "Always laughing. always gray. that's Everett in every way." llrljur: Shop. English ,lfz'nur' Social Science . Us 1 o ogran s. MELYIN FLICK "Our Mel is actin- and full of fun: and all his jobs have been well done." llujor: Shop. English. Social Science .llinor: Nlath JOHNNY FUUS "With curly hair. and personality. shy: johnny is known as a wonderful guy." .llujor: Shop. Social Science Basketball l: Intramurals 3: Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. orus 3. -1. Science Club 3, 4, DONNA JOHNSON "Donna is swell as we all knowg Maybe that is why we like her SO. Jlajor: English, Blath, Social Science Jlinor: Homemaking FHA 1.45 K-9 1, 2. 3, 45 Chorus 1. LEO JOHNSTON "It isn't what you do, it's what you get caught doing." Major: English, Shop, Social Science Track 15 Chorus 1, 25 Football 15 Basketball 15 Intramurals 2, 3, 4-5 Stage Crew 2. SHIRLEY HAVERICK "Gentle Manner, pleasant smile5 Are two of her qualities which are certainly worthwhile." Jlajor: English. Math Minor: Homemaking. Social science Band 1. 2. 3. 45 FHA 2, 3. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 K-9 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3. 45 Class Officer 35 Library 3, 45 Inst. Group 3, 45 County Govemment 35 Projectionist 3, 45 Bulldog Barks 45 Tri-BI 45 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 4. JIQLIE HENDRICKSON "A jolly disposition and a carefree mind5 A happier girl you will never find." Jlajor: English Minor: Homemaking, Social Science FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 K-9 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 Chorus 3, 4. MARILYN HERDT "Of a good beginning cometh a good end." 'HA 15 K-9 1, 2. 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 Vocal Group 45 Chorus 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2. RAYMOND HOLMES "Life is too short to worry." Klajor: English Minor: Math, Social Science, Natural Science Intramurals 1, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Chorus 2, 4, Small Group: Inst. 2, 3, 45 Vocal 2, 3, 45 Language Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-SI 4. RICHARD KEEFOVER 'IHe has a smile and never loses it5 He has a frown but never uses lt. Jlajor: Natural Science, Math, English Jlinor: Social Science, Language Football 3. 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 HG" Club 3, 45 Stage Crew 2. 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Vocal Group 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 25 Language Club 1, 25 Science Club 3, 45 NASS 4. .IUDY LOOSE "When work and pleasure clash, let work go Major: Stenography, Commercial, English Minor: Homemaking K-9 I. 2, 3: Bulldog Barks. PATRICIA MALONE "Pat is good natured, friendly, and true, She never shows signs of being blue." Major: Natural Science, English, Language Minor: Social Science to smash." JOANX KEHLING "The best drexed girl in the Senior class: Her fashion designs will not be surpassed. Major: English. Stenography, Commercial Minor: Math. Social Science Band 1. 2. 3: Quill and Scroll 4: K-9 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3: Bulldogs Barks 4: Annual Staff 4. ROGER KIRK "Let us do or die." Major: English. Social Science Minor: Math Buketball 2: Intramurals I. 3, Track 2: Vocal Group 3, 4: Chorus 3. 4: Tri-M 3, 4. RONALD KLEIN "ln sports, this fellow is sure to go farg Since he is one of our basketball stars." Major: English, Math, Shop, Natural Science Minor: Social Science Football 2, 3, 49 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 25 "G" Club 2, 3, 4. LARRY KUXHAUSEN "Every inch a good fellow . . . and Oh! so many inches." Major: Math, Natural Science, English, Shop Minor: Social Science Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 3, Student Council 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: "G" Club 2, 3, 4. National Honor Society 3, 4: K-9 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 29 I-811' guage Club 1, 2, 3, 43 CAA 1, 2, Science Club 3, 45 Class Play 3. HLGH McCRACKEN "A little learning is a dangerous thing." Major: English. Shop. Math Minor: Natural Science RICHARD NICCRACKEN "The future is purchased hy the beginning." Major: Social Science. Math Minor: English. Shop Intramurals 1. 2. 3: Track 1: Chorus 1. 2. 3- NORMAN POLNDS "Very few things matter and nothing matters very much." Jlajur: English Minor: Social Science, Shop, Math Library 1. LARRY PRICKETT "Larry is competent. and a helper to all, No matter what the deed,, great or small." .lIajor: English. Social Science Minor: Math. Natural Science Football 1. 2. 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, "C" Club 2, 3, 4, Small Group: Inst. 2, 3, 4, Vocal 3, 4. LEE RILAVIS "The boy in our class with the dancing feet, One dance with him is a real treat." Major: Hath. English Minor: Social Science, Natural Science, Commercial Football 1. 2, Band 1, Student Council 3, 4, Class Officer 1, 2, Track 1. 2, Vocal 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Language Club 2, Tri-M 3. 4. DONALD RETZLAFF Hcre's a guy that's real cool, Known as a questioner of the school." Jlajor: English, Shop Jlinor: Natural Science, Social Science Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Student Council 1, "G" Club 1 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Chorus 4. BEVERLY NIELLER "What is worth doing at all. is worth doing well." Major: English. X1ath.Stenography llinor: Social Science Band 2. 3. 4: Language Club 1, CAA 1. 2. 3, 4 CLEO NIESSERSNIITH "She is gentle. she is shy: But the-rf-'s mischief in hw-r eye." .llajor: English. Homemaking. Commercial ,Uinors Social Science FHA 1. 2. 3. 4: K-9 1. 2. 3. 4: Library 1, GAA 1, Vocal Group 3. 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Projectionist 2. 3. 4. RICHARD MEYERS "A talkatixe fellow is hard to findj But Dick is active in this line." ,1lIljUff English, Shop Elinor: Social Science. Language Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Language Club 1, Class Play 3, -1. KATHIE OiCONNER "She laughs as she comes, she laughs as she goes, but what about, nobody knows." Major: English, Math Minor: Social Science, Language Quill and Scroll 4, K-9 1. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Language Club 1, 2, Class Play 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. l VONDA ROSS "She can bake a cherry Die, Quick as you can wink your eye? K-9 1. 2. 33 Chorus 1. MARJEAN RLNDELL "A great gift does Jeanie possess Hers is a gift of friendliness. vs Major: Natural Science. Er1gliSl1 fllirzor: Social Science. Math Band 1. 2. 3. 43 FHA 1: Student Council 13 Quill and Scroll 43 K-91. 2. 3. 43 Inst. 2. 3. 4: Class Play 4. DELORES SA.-XTHOFF "A pleasing: smile. a chccrful word Slit-'s often se-cn but seldom heard. -v .llujor.' Stenography. Engllifll Minor: Social Science LYNDA SC.-Xlil.E'l"li "Happy and cute. but neu-r bold: Shel a friend as good as gold." ilujor: Natural Science. English ,lI1'r1or.' Nlath. Social Science Band 1- Q. 3, 41 Student Council 4: K-9 1, 2. 3, 4: Class Officer 1: Inst. Group 2. 3. 4: Tri-Xl 3. 4. CHARLES RICKLS "Why not go out on a limb. isn't that where the fruit is?" Jlajor: English. Shop. Social Science fllinor: Math Football 2. 3. -I-3 Basketball 13 Intramurals 2, 3. 43 Industrial Arts Club 43 Track 1. 23 Vocal Group 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3. GARY ROBINSON "Cary: on the gridiron is known as a starg W'ith his determination he will surely go far." Jlrrjor: Math, English. Natural Science fllinor: Social Science. Language Football 1, 2. 3. 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 "Cv" Club 1. 2. 3. 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Language Club 1, 2. THOMAS ROGERS "Men of few words. are thc best." Major: Math. English, Shop fllinor: Natural Science Football 2, 3, 43 Intramural 23 "G" Club 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 NASS 3. 4. SHARON ROMICK "Shiny hair, pretty eyes, Makes this cute majorette quite a prize." Major: English. Natural Science Minor: Math. Social Science Band 1. 2. 3, 43 Student Council 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 K-9 1. 2, 3. 43 Class Officer 1, 2, 33 Small Group: Inst. 2, 3, 43 Vocal 3, 43 Chorus 1,'23 Class Play 3, 43 Science Club 4g Tri-M 3, 4. ANN SPIER L'The mildcst manners and the gentlest heart." fllujor: English, Commercial fllinor: Natural Scicncc. Social Science Chorus 3, 43 Vocal Group 3, 4. RIEBEN WAGNER "Every man is as Heaven made him, and sometimes a little worse." Jlujur: English, Shop. Social Science Basketball I, 2, 3: Track 2, Library 35 Chorus 2. HARRISON WARREN "A saxophone hc can play: he's always witty, always gay." fllajor: Natural Science. Social Science, Math, English Band I, 2, 3. 41 Chorus 49 Vocal Group 45 Science Club: Class Plav 3. NIARCIA WEBER "Softly swcctly her voice can be heard, Rising through the air like a liird's." fllujor: English. Home Ec Minor: Natural Science. Language Band I. 2, 3. 4: K-9 3. 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocal Group 3, 4, Tri-XI 3, 4, Opcretta 1, 4. CON NIE SCHROCK HA vivacious young lady wh0's full of pep, In cheering and dancing she's always in step." fllajor: Commercial. Math. English. Stenography Chorus 1. 2: K-9 1. 2, 3. 4: Cheerleader 3, 4, Girls' State 33 County Government 3: Class Play 3, 4, Bulldog Barks 4. NADINE SIEB HNever worries, never will." .'lIaj0r: English, Stenography Minor: Homemaking Student Council 4: K-9 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 45 Bulldog Barks 45 Annual Staff 4. RUBEN SIEGFRIED "A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the best of men." Major: Math, English, Shop Industrial Arts 4, Stage Crew 33 Vocal Group 2, Chorus 23 Language Club 1. MONTE SMITH "Some say he's bashful. others doubt it." Major: Math, Natural Science, English Minor: Social Science, Shop Football 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4g "G" Club 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 35 Track 23 Vocal Group 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 45 Class Play 3, 4. 955 X , I g 2 t 1 K , I , , 2 ef, ,Qwow Q, ig' Q, ' 1 2 4 F Q Q' E I i , JM T 1 e 1 an " Q: iw wi Student Lze me day vu max In famou Educational Trip Who s Who? Fulun- Honra-makrrs of America Happy Birthday, Kathie! Nhw' 1' Be Gull: WIN-rec the tram" LEE REAVIS .IOANN KE SHIRLEY HAVERICK LARRY KLXHALSEN NAIJINE SIEB GARY ROBERTSON Semor HLING CHIP WOOD CONXIE SCHROCK NI 0 5 B T E S 1. rr I D K T R E 0 L E 5 S Y lj S E ci D C E E D IJ E S E R T C O I M S ll Ig N I ' I O N S MARCH WEBER ,IINI HARDING 1. 1. Il I. ,-K I. F ff" x 'r I m A R T E IJ 1 Personalities MARILYN HERDT CHUCK RICKUS JUDY LOOSE KEN CLARKE B E S T F I G A U N R D E P H Y S I Q U Viyqqhv, 'mmlll X PW D A R E D E V I L S CAROLE ANDERSON GARY ROBINSON lb GLENDA HALL MARJEAN RUNDELL RON KLEIN KATHIE O'CONNER DON RETZLAFF CLASS W ILL We, the high and mighty seniors of 1959, of Cering High School, City of Cering, County of Scottsbluff, State of Nebraska, being of a oertain age and uncertain mind, humbly realize that we are without a doubt the most intelligent, industrious, energetic, handsome, and beautiful ever to have been graduated by a Board of Education, do hereby declare this as our last will and testament. To the juniors we leave our excuse for getting out of class. To the sophomores we leave all of our picnics and parties. To the freshmen we leave the happy prospect of making 170 credit hours. And finally, we, the members of this distinguished class leave our most treasured abilities and possessions to our less fortunate underclassmen JAMES HARDINC wills his ability to play a comet to TERRY RYAN who has changed to baritone .IOANN KEHLING leaves her night life to NANCY KAUFMAN JUDY LOOSE wills all to Cermg and leaves to say I Will PAMELA BAKER wills her place on the bu to Boulder to JEANNIE PENNOCK MELVIN FLICK wills his intellectual ability to take part in class discussion in Mr Hunter s class to next year s Seniors GARY ROBERTSON wills his ability to make Zs back to Zorro and his Mickey Mouse Mouseketeer hat to COACH MOYER NADINE SIEB wills her ability never to go teady to CENENE LOCKWOOD LYNDA SCARLETT and GARY ROBINSON will their privilege to sit together m classes to JUDY PHILLIPS and DAVE RICHENDIFER RAY HOLMES leaves every test that he has taken 1n Germg to all the Freshmen RON KLEIN wills G H S to the Atomic Energy Commission for their next test CHIP WOOD wills his energy punctuallty virtue and honesty to the faculty RUEBEN WAGNER wills his drivers license to Mr Meter if he can get lt back from the State Patrol MARCIA WEBER wills her ablllty to go steady to MARSHA MADDOX and LARRY KUXHAUSEN HARRISON WARREN wills his nickname Harri to any boy that isnt RUILBEN SEICFRIED wills his driving ability to WARREN MOLIXO because he thinks he could use lt CAROLE ANDERSON wills her sense of humor to MRS REINWALD for the sake of the junior class CONI SCHROCK will exerythlng back to C H S say good by and leaves for D U to start all over again JOHNNY l-OSS wills his natural curly to anyone who has the time to comb t LILO JOHNSTON mills hi ability to get out of MR VARAH S bookkeeping class to any junior that needs it SARAH DUI-I' wills her 42 Chexy to anyone who is brave enough to drag mam with fear of ll falling apart lxhl'l IIA ORR wills her name I Igllly back to the natives lxATllllz O CONNOR wills her partie to anyonc who isn t afraid of the dark ROGER Klltlx leaves his ba s xoxce to LllRlS'l INE JOHNSON RICHARD BLNKILR wills his Cullar playing ability to MR VARAH in hopes he uses it wisely I VI Rl IT l IX All refuses In In 'ne myllnng, if he cant take lt with him he s not going . . . . 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" , - DICK MEYERS mulls hw ablllty to get along mth 'VIR HUNTER to next y'ear's speech c ass RODNEY HARSIN mlls ht Regent Exam NcoreG to PAT DITIION LARRY KLXHXL DEN LEE REAVID and NEEETER YOL NG mll their cheerleader outfits to 'VIR HY LAND RICHARD NILCR XCEEN mll hl Natronal Guard qharp qhootlng Medal to LOUIE ZIER LARRY PRlCIxE'I'I' will hl Ion curly exe Ia hee to CAROL ERDNIAN CH HXRLED RlCIxl N Ieax ee hw phy lque to ROY IxRL ECER TONI ROGERS will h1 rea y fm ernalls to CHERYL BLY THE DON RETZIAFI ys1II hx hacklecl Ieu to DON GENTRY NIARILY N HERDT mll her married Ilfe to 'LN KN NICL-XIN XIONTE SWIITH Ieaye hl athletic HIJIIIU to JINI bPEEDLlN VONDA ROSS will her L trfm lung HIDIIIIN to the CAFETERIA RICHARD HL BB XRD mll hw alnhtx to keep quzet ln Study Hall to STEVE DARNALL Dltlx EEEFOVER mll hl paper route to LARRY FOWLER HI LH NILCRACRIN mIL hx height to Cl IFFORD JOHNSTON BI' VI- RLY IVIEII Hi wllla her tucly halnts to BEINNY MEHRER QI I'O NIESNI RNNIITH and DONNA JOHNSON w1II thelr qulet ways to SANDI WANISER and IE KN NETHERLAND SII XRON RONIIL lx mll her nmajorette hat to BFLVA MILLER IVIARJEAN RUNDELL ullls her ability to get unbarraseecl to SANDIE KAYS DELORIB SAATHOIF vslll her yolm at ,lack and ,IIII to NANCY KAYS ANN NPIER mlle her nu kn une DIFHI ht Xrrow to STEVE WARRICK JL DI TAYLOR leave- TED to next year LIIIOI' elfli MIN C-XRPINIIII mlL h1 rmlc ltname The Horee to TED LACKMAN IxIN CL-XRIxE mll h1 exptrumt and teth xllc lue to Ins brother DALE along wlth the key to the car BILL CLRIIN mll Ins Sturltnt Nlmaoer yoln to LARRY HERNANDEZ BOS Cl RRY mll I1 tuntnfn In mtvxs Ieml I to JOI' BLLIxlI'S M XRION DAVIS luxe uuxthnn Ivut J XNI' to next year unor NORMAN IOUNDS mll In pllot hun 4 Im It to tht Lml Aeronautics Adnnnl tratlon L CRONEOII mll the I r Iret y a af In hfe to the teathera of GHb DELICHT ARNOLD mlls her artl tu dlllllly t W alt D1 nu In hope 1t helps hnn wln another Ou 'ar C XY LE CROSS mll her ability to :Iran hor Q to lx XY BI Rl LY NTHIA DI AN mll her red hamr to CRE ILIII' N HOLNIEs RI BY DOVE EIL mII her jolw at the ARROW HE XD DRIVE INN to ANN PARKER CLI' NDA H XLL mll htr drum pI1y1nD abnhty t1C,I'NE Ixlxl PA SHIRLEY II XVIRILIX vslll her Ivlue tl ht to nt xt year cheerleader RACHEL HEIbb mll her flute playmg abxhtx to Ixl' N S IL CRY ,ll LIE HENDRILIXDON w1IIs her Betty Crocker award to JOAN REICHERT PAI MALONE wlIIs her natural black I'1a1r to CAROL HARDLR I . 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I L..U..y1,:,.,,. . , I I ' s - g s s' S. . ,. ,S Q. all-LI, . . , ,. , ,, X, . , . . rw - - ' H ' CLASS PR OPHE C Y As we look lnto the future we see the mlghty semors of 1959 ten years from now GAYLE CROSS has just put on a contemporary Art Exhlblt m the Belglan Congo Wlth her degree ln Brush Cleanlng PAT MALONE 1S now actlng as Chlef Asslstant JAMES HARDING IS now revlval leader for the cannlbals ln Dark Afnca GLENDA HALL hls former alde was eaten last week NORMAN POUNDS fell out of a SBIBIIIIB and hasnt been heard of slnoe MARCIA WEBER IS sendlng Mr Taylor photographs from New Gulnea Thl wlll enable hlm to show plctures Wllll hls lectures VONDA ROSS IS helplng Paul feed the chlckens on t elr modest farm JULIE HENDRICKSON has just polsoned her late hu band LARRY PRICKETT wlth a method of food preservatlon she was taught ln Home Llvlng ROGER KIRK has taken over Larry Hoopers job on the Lawrence Welk Show SARAH DUFF lS can can dancer lIl DON RETZLAFFS chorus Ilne In spite of almost belng bllnd DICK MEYERS flnally won the Bllllards Champlonshlp of the World RON KLEIN IS Presldent of Lockwood Graders wlth hls prlvate secretary belng none other than Llnda Lockwood After graduatlng from College Wltll hlgh honors CHIP WOOD IS head paper boy for the Gerlng Courler JUDY TAYLOR IS chlef bone breaker at Scottsbluff General Hospltal CHARLES YOUNG and LARRY KUXHAUSEN are stlll dlggmg thelr way out of a snow bank ln Alaska IWIIII a bottle opener l After trylng varlous occupatlons KEN CLARKE and CHARLES RICKUS found themselves Presldent and VICE Presldent of Alcohol Anonymous SHARON ROMICK IS drum majorette of her own llttle band of 25 Dont get thls wrong 20 of these are nelghbor chlldren RODNEY HARSIN and RUBY DOWELL have comblned forces to start thelr ovsn establishment called the Jerry Arrow Drne Inn MAX CARPENTER started on hls run around the world yesterday What happens when he comes to the ocean? Well hell just have to cross that bndge when he comes to lt BILL CURTIS IS stlll student manager of Gerlng Hlghs basketball team He just could not bear to leave 28 CYNTHIA DEAN flnally got enough green tamps saved to put a down payment on a house MARJEAN RUNDELL started a hope chest a few months ago She flnally declded there IS no tlme llke the present RUEBEN WAGNER flnally woke up enough to dlscover the sun actually shmes However the govemment would not lease lt to hlm SHIRLEY HAVERICK IS now cheerleader captaln for the Mothers Club basketball team JOANN KEHLING IS star bubble dancer at Blll s Pool Hall ln Melbeta CAROLE ANDERSON has taken over Mrs Dlttons gym class Carole s glrl basketball team won thelr IIISI game last week congratulatlons keep up the good playing NADINE SIEB IS stlll crulslng around Denver ln her notorlous red sports car KATHIE OCONNOR IS edltor of the g0SSlp column of the New York Tlmes MARILYN HERDT IS pln setter at Elnfalts Bowllng Arena LINDA SCARLETT IS chlef palnt mlxer for Gary Robln son s Slgn Palntlng Co CONI SCHROCK after worklng at Terry s Carena for 10 years IS now chlef popcorn popper ANN SPIER IS now dolng TV commerclals for the Revlon Company CATHIE ZIER IS dolng research for Dr Klnseys latest book DELIGHT ARNOLD IS now alde to Walt Dlsney she draws Donald Duck bllls PAMELA BAKER IS now a nurse at the Walter Reed Hospltal After takmg over her fathers fllTI1 5 years ago RACHEL HEISS flnally won her IIISI case Peter Rabblt vs Farmer Brown DONNA JOHNSON has just taken over her father s job as pollceman She dlrects tralflc around Gerlng Hlgh School JUDY LOOSE after belng happlly marrled for 10 years has flnally learned how to boll an egg BEVERLY MILLLLR retired nurse IS now glvlng shots at Buddy s Bar CLI:.O MESSERSIVIITH has fmally reoelved her drlvers llcense KEITHA ORR after eatlng her Wheatles every momlng for 10 years has flnally reached the helght of flve feet RICHARD BENKER has just revlved an old fayonte Hound Dog on Decca 5 . . ' , , ' 7 . , . , . . . ,, ' . s - . . , h Q. . , , . . . .. , . . . ,. . n 0 , u Q n s , , , . .. . - - ' - 9 7 . , . . . , . . . . . , 3 . , . ' , . . - ' V ' - , . y . ,. , , . . . . u 9 7 . . . . . .. 9 1 v ' 7 V 1 . , . . - . . . , v- , . Y f . 9 - ' 9 I q . . , ' 9 a . . . . 1' ' 1 . 66 77 . ' , . CLASS PR OPHE C Y MARION DAVIS and LEE REAVIS are now dancing on the chorus line with the Ziegfield Follies. MELVIN FLICK finally invented a soap to remove nicotine stains from his fingers. He was given much valuable as- sistance from Mr. Reset. RAY HOLIVIES after many years of try 1ng has finally won the d1v1ng champion hip at Lhe Germg Swimming Pool LEO JOHNSOIN has jut added his ninth station to his cham of Johnston Corner Filling Station HLGH NICCRACKEIN IS star Boogy man on the Peter Gunn Show RICHARD MCCRACKEN IS now a dancing ln tructor for Arthur Murray TOM ROGERS has just obtained his ninth m1lI1on from the gasoline he embezzled from Bradney s MON I' E SMITH is Warner Bros 36th Tarzan DELORAS SAATHOIF after 10 years of faithful service to Jack and J ill IS now manager of Safeway ROBERT CLRRY has just got a job announcing the Army Navy football game with Al Christy as his spotter. EVERETTE EDGAR now owns his own Phillips 66 Station located in the heart of Melbeta. JOHHNY FOOS is now doing commercials for Wild Root Cream Oil. LEE GROSKOPH has just been given an award for having the highest sugar beet yield in Scottsbluff County RICHARD HLBBARD has just written a book entitled How to Write an English Composition He was influenced bv Wlrs Remwald DICK KEEFOVER ha ju t won the Scottsbluff Star Herald service award for twenty year as a faithful paper ov GARY ROBERTSON is now playing Sgt Garcia on the Zorro how RLEBEN SIEGERIED has just invented a tractor he calls Dear John HARRISOIN WARREIN is playlng saxophone in Lawrence Welk s band CLASS HI TOR Y Lpon entering Gerlng High School in the year 1950 we pent mot of the year adju ting ourselves to high school l1fe For our cla s officer we elected Glenda Hall presl dent Lee Reavi vice president Sharon Romick ecretary and Lynda Scarlett treasurer Our tudent council represen tatives were Chip Wood Larry Ixuxhau en Don Retz Iaff and 'VIarjean Rundell When we returned as sophomores we were guided by Lee Reaus president Gary Robert on vice president Sharon Romlck ecretary and Harrison Warren trea.urer Our student council representatives were Chip Wood Larry Kuxhausen Jim Harding and Larrv Prlckett Our junior year wa a big year fllled w1th excitement To help us with our many problems we elected Gary Robert son presldent Shirley Haverlck vice president Sharon Romlck secretary and Harrison Warren treasurer Our student council representatives were Chip Wood Jim Hard mg Larry Puckett Jerry Relher Lee Reavxs and Skeeter Young We ordered our clas rings went to County Govern ment and presented a class play Phantom of the Hlgh School We gave a succes ful Jun1orSen1or Banquet and Prom u ing the theme Garden in the Rain As high and mighty emors we came back this year to fini h our high school career We elected as our officers Gary Robert on president Judi Tavlor vice president Racheal Hens secretary and Keitha Orr treasurer Serving on the tudent council were Nadine Sleb Lee Reavis Skeeter Young Vlarion Dav1 Larry Kuxhausen Sharon Romlck Lynda Scarlett Jim Harding and pre ldent Chip Wood We ordered announcements and presented a play On the Night of January 16th We have Ju t crossed the bay the ocean Iles ahead was selected as our class motto Our flower IS the gardenla and our color are bronze and whlte lNow that the year IS over we will leave Gerlng High School with the happie t memories a class could ever hold A , , , , . . . 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High School Band and Chorus High School Chorus Sermon .sss.,s, c,ss.. ss.....ssss.............,..... "I May Never Pass This Way Again" ,sss.ss,lsssssss. Benediction ....s,,c Response S ccs.. . Recessional- "Recessional,' .. High School Chorus High School Band Dr. Henry Beatty Whitney Dr. Henry Beatty Howard Roseberry Melsher so Dr. Henry Beatty High School Chorus E. Lain Monday evening, May 25, 1959 CLASS FLOWER, Gardenia CLASS COLORS, Bronze and White CLASS MO'I'I'O, "W e Have just Crossed the Bay, The Ocean Lies Ahead" Awards Science -Af--f--------- - ------------------'--. W -----.--.--...-..w. .-.............. ,....7,. P a t Malone Industrial Arts -M ,o,,,,e.,,,,,,,,oo,,,,- ,,-,,,,,,,Q, ---,kAA,.v.,w-,4,- B i ll Curtis Special Recognition-Homemaking ,,,,,,,, A,A,,,, AA,-,A- J u lie Hendrickson Achievement ..,..,e,,..,,,e,,--,,,,,,,,V--,,-,,,-,-- ,-,,,,4---,,A--,7,7,,,,iii,,Sii,-,, B ill Curtis 5Ch00l Spirit -,...,...., ...... C onnie Schrock, Monte Smith Arion Foundation ,-,,,,,,,,,A,,-,,,,,,-,,--,,A,,,, Rachel Heigg Student Council ....... ....tt.. N adine Sieb, Chip Wood All Around Girl ----- ,,,,,,,,,,,e,,,,.,,,,,, Glenda Hall All Around Boy ....... ........ G ary Robinson Chorus ............... -- B- .,,... Marcia Weber Band ...... ........ H arrison Warren Athletics .... ,......,.......,. G ary Robinson Art -.-- ............... ........ ,.., . ....,..............,...,....... G a yle Cross Citizenship ....... - ..,....,., - .,...,.......... ..... J udi Taylor, .lim Harding Bausch Lomb Science Award ...... ............................ P at Malone Sportsmanship ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, ............,... C hip Wood Stage Crew ,--,4Y, , ,,,,,-,,,,,,,.,,,,., .4.................... H arrison Warren John Phillip Sousa Award ....... ..........u...-. - ...------------ .l im Harding Activities .,,-,,-,---l,,-,,----,,.--,,- ,,,,,,,, Shirley Haverick, Rod Harsin G,A,A, -4-,--- -,Q --,w, -,MM ,,-,,,, F, ,....,..........,,........... Beverly Meller Salutatorian -.--'- --- V-,--- - -,---4,.,,,,,-, ,,,,,,- ,,,,.,.,... ,. , -,. .... ,.--- Kathie 0,C0l'll'lel' Valedlctonan .....,......................... .-,.- ........,........--.---,------4--,--------- ---------- - -- Connie Schrock Scholarships ',----,.,,,.-,,,-,,,,., W ,,,,, ,M ,,,, Connie Schrock, Kathie O'Conner, Rod Harsin, Shirley Haverick, Cyntha Dean, Carole Anderson, Delight Arnold, Sharon Romlck Beverly Meller, Bill Curtis. Commencement Exercises Tuesday evemng May 26 1959 Processronal Pomp and Czrcumstance L1 HI' High School Band Invocation Rev C Warner Thompson Oul o the Harbor into the Sea Connie Schrock Valedlctorlan Drifting and Dreaming Girls Double Sextet Lz e s True Aim The ,low o Sermce Allerseelen Our Civic Responsibility High School Band Gary Robinson Glenda Hall Richard Strauss Gary Robertson Class President Youth Will Build a Better World A c,.,.ccc S Presentation of Class . S Presentation of Diplomas Reces. ional- Salutatorian Recesszonal A do , lc High School Band Kathie O Conner Cley Richendifer Board of Education E. Lian J ,,.,, J X I J UNDER CLA 5501 E X 'K X1 . 'E 3 'O' JU IOR S '-'gl l x 5 5""nornom .l anet Shandera President Stan Bastron Vice-President Bettie Brown Secretary Kathy Rourlebush Treasurer Delois Bartlett Mary Ann Bertram Duane Bettger Steve Darnall Margaret Blake Mick Boley Leslie Brabetz Eleanor Britthauer Shirley Brunner J oe Buckles Kay Burt Ronnie Butler Wes Butts Shirley Campbell Carla Cathcart Tony Cranston Helen Day Pat Ditton Loretta Dolberg Tom Duwe Denise Edgar Larry Eirieh Carolyn Elliott Ron Englehaupt Carolyn Ewing Mike Fisher Dave Funk Sharon Gels Don Gentry Geneva Green Larry Green Dennis Greenwalt Paula Grochawsky Pat Hamada La Vonne Hamberger Roland Handley Pat Harris Beatrice Hemandez Gretchen Holmes Marilyn Hulinsky Dennis Jaeger Ron Johannes Doris John Carol Johnson Barbara Kaufman Bill Kaufman Sandra Kays Pam Kinsey Jeff Knoles Larry Kraus Sharon Kraus Genene Lockwood Ted Lopez Marsha Maddox Deanne McKeemen Debbie Meisner 3 1 I ,, -Q 1 f 'lik Y X 36 Paul Koch file: Smith I ice-1 resident ,lohn Lewis OPH OM OR E Roger Abel Delores Alvaredo P90070 N07 AVAIAII 3 27 fx HEY Nd Shown Secretary ,lerilyn Morris Treasurer John Achziger Sherry Armstrong J. T. Arnold Mary Baker Bob Banks ,loan Barcell ,lack Barton Mary Lou Barton Armand Bartsch Dick Beatty Joyce Benzel Sharon Blue Cheryl Blythe Paulette Brown Bernice Bubolt Earnest Bubolt ,-, X ,. , ' A fl lflwffhi -iw"-L ' ,F ' ff.n'iLFf' Q w 1 , Lag ' FWS! UQZJQ ge., -- e , - .f ff? ru-'42 ' , n :A ,4 F , ,i ,.i. w, 1 1 gf fy, V Y ,, 2 ,:, X f. QV Lvl , "T, J"5? Q X, k-fmnya V ,, 1 1 i fr 40 FRE HME Tum' Fc-henbcclc l're.siJen1 George Svhlottllauer I 'lie-l'reS1'flent Patti Davies Fecrelary Belva Miller Treasurer ' Vera Alvarado Kathy Ainther Judy Bauer Connie Beck I Merriam Benzel Shirley Benzel Sandra Bertram Bruce Blackburn J ack David Suzanne Boley J Diana Brunner Gary Burkhart Sandy Campbell Vurclie Crist Runald Combs Roger Curry Carol Curtis Keitha Dean Clayton Dexlott Ceoffry DeNl0tt Sandy Dollmerg Nlary ,Io Downer Elaine Driver Howard Durst Sandie Engle-haupt Carolyn Erdman Linda Hrdman John Ewing Linda Flower Ken Fogel Barbara French A Qi . HL' f Xi 42 Mary Jo Peterson Bunny Prohs Larry Hahlnig Ruina Reerl Danny lleirghel Kathy Rf-irhert Patty Reichert Hut livin Frefl llif-kus Bettx llitlvr Donna Rittenhouse Stew' llulrinson Keith Rogers llnranna- Ruth john Huff Linda Sauer Marclelle Saylor Lillian Schott Melvin 5-ehwindt Bula Siegfried Glencla Frnnck Clariu- Spencer Mike Spencer Cary Ftrivker Mike- Tay lur Lylr- Thtnnpson Don Tuttle Leon Wagner Karen Waits Judy Wainser Jerry Webb Dennif Weber Nancy Weis Alhert White Stuart Wiley Judy Wimberly Dottie Wineinan liicharrl 1 eager Vern Ziemann Jeanette Zitterkopf ?' L 6 1' ' X .,'N If Life in the student loungf- Wc-'ve got the best team! Student Council at work "Our lJirPCtor" They're hams at hean G. H. S. Activities L15 f . it Stud:-nts Inta-rview Carl Curtis Coke time ATHLETIC 'f X 97' iff' ff .' f l'f,' ff l',,i' 11' ' qi ul I 5 I Head Coach Jerry Moya-r. Assiflunt Coaches: Franklin Craft. Don Knauss. Don Ne-illart. ,Lick Coupons, Monte Smith .I Q' V1 ,f Co-Captains Chip W ood Ron K'le1n Larry Kuxhausen Gary Robmson Larry Puckett Robertson Dick Keefover Ted Lopez MSIIOH Davis Tom Rogers Steve Warrlck ' Q Charles Rlckus Bob Curry Max Carpenter Don Retzlaff Ken Clarke Terry Ryan Gary Mlller Larry Green Mike Thompson Ken Stuckey ql, 4 N Q Ex Nl! Ray Morris Larry Hernandez J im Raymond Paul Koch Laffy Miller B111 Cotant C1165 Smlth Dlck Kuxhausen LMYY Elflch Jeff Knoles Varsity Football Squad FRONT ROW': R. Curry. li. Mille-r. K. lflarlw. lf. Rivlxus. 5. lla-Iron. W. lfolunt. l.. lli-rnunde-1. G. Robertson. C. Jullllaoll. SECUINIJ ROW: lfoiii-I1 Nloyi-r. ll. Smith. I.. llri-i-n. l'. Koi-h. Nl. Thomp- son. D. Ri-tzluff. l.. Kuxhause-n. J. Knolvs. Nl. limi-. l.. l'rivlwlI. 'lf IAIIICL. Nl. Smith, K. Sluclwy, D, Eirii-li, STA-XXIDINU: Com-li liriill. Coin-li Knuuw. l.. Nlillvr, ll, lilarlw. 'l'. Ryan. 5. Warrick. U. Robinson. R. Klrin. W. wlnml. 'l'. Roger-. l.. lfirim-h. N, l'z-tvr-oil. Nl. lfairpvnli-r. ll. Kuxliuuwn. U. Rich:-ndifcr. R. Kvcfowr. J. I.:-wis. Football Season 1958 now: omigs Gvring 12 Ry ard Gvring O Sidney Gering . . 32 Kimball Gvring . U Bridgeport AWAY G.-Ullii Cering .... .ll Nlinalare .. Gering ..... 20 Ogallala ..... Gering .. .. 6 Alliance Gering ...,...................... 39 Mitchell ........... Wlon 4 Lost rl Tied U Reserve Football Squad FRQXI' HUXXH LQ, Johnson. L. Clausl-n. C. Uchloll. J. Ruff. D. Johnston, Rf Curry. K. lllif, R Slclcall. A. Wilson. ll. Kaufman. I.. Xlillcr. SELQUXD HUXX: U. lfiriuh. U. Blackburn. W. Rider D. L.l.irkc. K. Rogers, 'lf 5CllCIllJQ'l'Is. LJ. Sclilolhiiucr. R. Rein, W. Pllllaoll, J. Ueilott. U. Jay R. Nlorrif. R. ll.mdIu5. Coal-li Coupe-ns. S'l'.XfNlJlNL,: J. 1,1-wi-. J. Ewing, R. Rcvnts. ll. Rogers Y. Zia-inun. U. Cru-nil-c. E. Nlcfwr-niilli. B. ll-chin. J. Raymond. J. Knoll-s. R. Klein, W. Wcinhold Coach Craft. 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'y1'q " 4 - I., ,- , -,, , ,sn I ,A ' -- 'fs , fy., f af- 'W f Ki gi' , bi K ' 'A wi. - C I 'L x, '9 Coach Knauss G Rvbmsvn 1953 59 Basketball Co Captam Sgaggn, All Conference Germg Gerlng Cer mg Gerlng VALENTINE IINVITATIOIN AL Germg Germg Gerlng Broken Bow 34 Germg Gerlng Valentme Germg Cermg Cerxng Cermg Germg Gerlng bermg 14 wm 5 lo ses VARSITY SCORES O Valentlne Klmhall Alllance Torrmgton bldney Ogallala Chadron Scottsbluff Ogallala Sldney Bay ard Torrmgton Scott bluff Cozad W Wood Co Captam All Conference CLASS A DISTRICT TOLRNEY Gerlng 5 Sldney Gerlng 5 Ogallala The 19.38 39 Ba.ketball sea on vsa xerx ucce ful ln more wsaxs than one Hlghllghtc of the season lnclude wmnmg the Valentxne Invitational Tournament and sharlng the Western Conference Crown mth Ogallala The team showed great deslre and hustle throughout the sea on Ewerushere the Bulldog played thex exempllfled the hlghe t tspe of conduct and port man hlp The attitude of the team had an effect on the whole school for the K9 and tudent gaxe thelr whole hearted upport throughout the eason The success of thls season can be attrlbuted to the fme efforts of the team and hard work of the coach Don Knauss The Bulldog had a great team and exeryone IS proul of them 52 ' , , 61 ' 56 ' ,,,,, .,,,, 6 9 ' .,,,t,,,, 42 " , ,,,,,t,,.. 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Reserve Champs Cering ,, , Cering , , , Y Gering ,,,,, , , , , Gering, , Gering Gering , ,, Gering Cering Cering , Gering Ccring ,, Gering , Gering Cering , ,, , Cering Y 'Cering , ,. 'Cering W ,, Coach Craft fGf,,i,,g 3 SCORES 43 55 45 56 '15 45 52 50 43 58 80 623 39 52 80 TO T0 58 Sunflower Kimball , Alliance 7 Torrington Sidney Ogallala , Cliaflron , Alliance , Scottsbluff Ogallala Sidney . Bayard Torrington Scottsbluff Melbeta Bayard 7 Torrington Scottsbluff 'Second Cering lnvitational Tournament Record: 16 wins 2 losses. Reserve Squad 38 32 43 35 39 5 I 47 49 29 52 02 56 37 59 57 "1 Dui 56 51 NDIV l f ll .1 n urn ru. Webb nll l mth uclmnt lun.: er ernunml 1 I' utr enliuk L Nlill th.: STA., .i 5. vt to rig t: lloucll Crll, R. Morris. J. K olm-s, C. ll i , J. U --g, ,lr '- , R. Rr .. E' '- , St ' X- 'g' l.. H- - cy. KN IELINC, le-fl In right: R. R" ', l.. Zivr, T. Sl'll ' - ' ', . . ' cr. 5. llustron. ll. St-lilo - ut-r. 5 -.. 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