Nebraska City High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Nebraska City, NE)
- Class of 1952
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thot ot or lorzy streotm ldolmg dlong sometlmes bemg
slowed dlmost to d stop uhtll lt reoched ct forst
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such speed thot 1t lS olmost terrltymg It 1S up to the
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provmg rdther them destroymg that Whlch our tore
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THBLE OF CONTENTS
Board of Education
Faculty and Class
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Qdvertising 8 ,ioii 8
May 1951 Goodbye Kids
Bound ng fducafwn,
Seat d around th tabl g se S pe nie d t E G Lghtb dy Icy H rchs Frank Esse
TLWeke P sdntWHWll m BMSp ce Gorge Near D H D Hebcd cxdKarlH.Nlson
F C Re s not the p ctu
T lS through tne close watchfulness and over observmg eyes of the Board of
Educatlon who have provlded the money and eaurpment w1th whlch our school
has progressed so rapldly lt ts not an easy Job to please both the tax payer
parents and hlgh school people
Much of thls credlt rs due to Pres1dentW 13. Wrlllams who has served slnce
1932 Elected ln 1949 were Dr H D 1-lebard and Dr F C Reese who through therr
chlldren and thelr own watchfulness have had an actlve part m en1arg1ng the
program 1942 electlons brought Dr T L Weekes and Karl H Nelson to ard
those prev1ous1y mentloned lormng thls group Were loy Hlnrlchs 1n 1944 and
B M Spencer afte the death of Prank Schwake 1n 1947 New comers Frank Esser
lr 1948 and George Near 1951 complete th1s body of able men
We as 1-hgh School Students are glad these men feel that a good hlgh school
IS very necessary to mold young people mto future responsrble c1t1zens We also
appreclate the varled program offered to us
Spealang for the ent1re group We Wrsh to thank these progresslve c1t1zens
for domg such a grand Job for us.
Plnother new rn e rn b e r
added to our school sys-
tem in l945 was Principal
Ely C. Feistner. Mr. Feist-
ner has worked with Mr.
Lightbody to help improve
our school. He was re-
cently elected President of
the Second District ot the
State Teachers Plssocia-
Edgar G. Lightbody be-
gan his duties as Super-
intendent ot N e b r a s k a
City High School in Sep-
tember l945. Under his
supervision and ceasless
toil our High School has
grown and new depart-
ments have been added
until it is one ot the most
outstanding high schools
in the state. Mr. Lightbody
has been recently elected
President of the Nebraska
State Teachers Qssocia-
Head of our Special Education Department
is Richard Flnderson. He is showing a reading
testing machine to Ioyce Funke,
Latin and Spanish Clubs are the highlight
of Ellen Hlber's curriculum. Pictured above is
Miss Qlber with her Spanish Club.
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Florence Bcxrta spends most ot her spare
time with the Pioneer and Otoean. Check-
ing yearbook copy with her are Don Kuhl-
man, Ianis Tiede, loyce Funke, and Leo
Don Chaulopka is always busy with
Drivers Training and Senior Social Studies.
Marlene Oelke, Mr, Chaulopka, Connie Bohl,
and Verlin Qiles are on their way to the
drivers training car.
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Head of the Dramatics Department is
Dewey Gcmzel. He tecrches Qdvanced Litera-
ture, Speech and Dramatics. He is talking to
Ierry Livingston and Beverly Vtfebher, two
Teaching Freshman English and Iunior
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High Classes is Corrine Gilbert. Pictured
with her are Vickie LeCure and Cecila Witty.
Iames Finkle spends his time with Chem-
istry and General Science classes. Mr. Pinkle
is approving an experiment set up by Sallye
Pitstick and Vickie LeCure.
Qlways busy with Bislcgy and Physics is
Bri Majors. Discxssxtg a biclogy paper with
him is Lyle Bennet
Qfter having had our outstanding High
School band for a number of years Don
McGuffey went back to his first love, math-
ematics. Discussing an Qlgebra problem with
him is Leo Fleming.
Head our Cwuidence Department is Doris L.
McGaHey. Even though she is kept very busy
"pouring oil on troubled waters' she still
finds time for she and Mary Lou Davison
to decorate a Christmas Tree in her office.
Every girl should learn to be a homemaker
as well as a good citizen. lnstructing in this
important field is Marjorie Moore. Planning a
program for United Nations Day, one of their
Freshmen learn their math fundamentals
from Iessie Ott. She is also one of the spon-
sors of the Senior Class. With her is Margaret
Swinney. Together they are planning for
Senior Week in Chicago.
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Duane Shulz heoids the noisiest department
of the school, nomely the bond. Pllthough
this is his first ye-dr, we ore proud of our
marching, concert, cmd pep bonds.
Harry Shultz spends his entire doy with
boys who ore in shop or rnechcmiool drorw-
ing. Bob Thiesfeld is anxiously awaiting his
grade on cz mechcmcidl drawing paper.
Mary Ellen Slack is kept busy with G.H.Fl.,
Gym, Volleyball, and Pep Club, as head of
Girls Fltheletics. She and Ianis Tiede are
discussing Pep Club cheers.
Stearing the boys in their Hg work are
Severin Sorensen and Iohn Lambert. F.F.Q.
members, Dale Stukenholtz and Flrlen Gripen-
stroh are making plans with their instruc-
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Together Roberta Gerber and William Yates
manage the Commercial Department. Be-
sides their typing classes Mrs. Gerber has
shorthand and Mr. Yates has the Disiributive
Education. Ruth Sheard, advanced typing stu-
dent is discussing her grades with her teach-
Phil Young, our new football coach, and
Larry Emmons are conf-ering on plays to be
used this season. ln addiicn to football Mr.
Young also handles boys gym.
Mr. Feismex discussing
por! with his secretaxy Benq
Hmong the many a
an dass are khe
gram on Court House Xa
G e o r g e Jorgensen. amiable
custodian getting ready lor
German teachers visiting our
school on a Foreign Teachers
Students and Parents enjoy a
photography display during
CAROLYN CONKLING. N.C 'S lauqhina
qtrl. SD9C1Gl1Z6d tn keepmg busy Her
name lS often found on the Honor Roll
and she IS a member of Honor Society
Due to her pleasing personaitty she was
elected FFA Swee.heart 3, attendant to
Homecommg and Hollday Queen 4g Prest-
dent of FHA 4 Class Treasurer lg and
V1ce Prestdent 3 She has shown her
muslcal talent an bemg a member f
nd l, 2, , , C , 3, 4 sololng
Always wtlling o do her share '
school GCTIVIYIES ts ROSE MARIE COOKA
"Cook1e" was a member of the Latm
Club 3 and 47 G1rl's Glee Club l, Cholr
2, 3, 4. Her pleasant dxsposttton wlll take
ffasy' gotng DICK COPENHAVEH for the
last two years has been worktng for a
half day at Nebraska Ctty News Press
but found ttme to go out for Football
l, 2, 3 lniramural Basketball l, 2, 3. Dick
has hrs plans for the future well taken
Ltkes Deoole, music and doing thtngs, is
Versattle VERLIN AILES has spent much
of h1s mme playmg football 2 3 a d
basketballl 2 3 4 letterxng 1n oth
Dee has added hts mustcal talent to
band all four years hts bass volce 2 3
and Ln 4 was voted secretary of Choxr
Outet good natured MARIORIE BEH
RENDS has through her years at N C H S
been one of these gxrls that IS always
wtlhng to help when needed Marlo
has partxctpated FHA 3 and 4
lhe blg man wtth the bla smlle
LYLE BENNETT Lyle has plied up an ath
lettc record all four years gotng out for
football l 7 3 4 and makmg Letterman S
Club 3 4 He was elected Sarqeant
of Arms of Lettermans Club durmg hts
Pettte energetxc CONNIE BOHL has
been one of our cheerleaders 3 a d
4 She has glven her soporano votce to
Glee Club l and Choxr " 3 4 Ptoneer
4 Was attendent to Homecomtng Carm
vat and Chotr Queens Conme ts always
there when work has to be done
MARK CORDELL. Hts mterest extends into
almost all phases of school ltfe Basket-
ettered 4 Chot. Z 3 4
Octette 3 4 Quartette 4 Choxr Presxaent
-1 Gutaance Councxl 4 Ptoneer 4, Track
Leftered 3 Atfendent to Chou KW' 4 L'
IEANETTE BRETTHORST 1 one of our
amblttous Senior girls ever ready to
'end a helpmg hand to a good cause
leanette IS on the Honor Roll 4 and helps
m Sara lane Whttten s offtce
When We thlnk of CAROL LEA BROERS
we cant help thtnkmg of that cute gtggle
that belongs to her alone FHA 2 3 4
Glee Club Chou L 3 4 Attendant to
F HA Sweethea t 3 Carmval Queen 4
Althou h modest and unassuming MARY
LOU DAQHSON accomplishes an amazing
number of things especially as Secretary
to Mrs McGaffey in the Guidance Office
A 2 3 4 Glee Club l Choir 2
Curly haired CLEO DEWITT was
loyal Tramp but in spite of this found
time to partici te in Football 1 2 3 4
Basketball 1 Choir claimed him 3
Quiet but efficient DOROTHY D-ISHONG
has been a loyal member of th Class
of 52 She has lans for the future and
we wish her the gest of luck
Good nature fairly radiates from
RICHARD EARL whose main objective
was looking after the Football boys He
3511 Sgudent Manager 2 3 4 Letterman s
A very popular fellow among his class
mates is LARRY EMMONS Fun to be with
and smart too u per 101 2 3 and a
member of the onor Society Football
2 3 4 Lettermans Club 3 4 Yearbook
4 Class President l Treasurer 3 Vice
LEO FI.EMINGs reat interest in all
sports influenced four years at
school Out for Football and Basketball
3 4 lettering in bo 4 Le
abilit in track showed up by his going
ou 1 ering in it 2 3 and 4 s
has taken up part of Leo s time and kept
Calm, cool and collected IANET FULL-
HIEDE has a long list of honors to her
ce it. Band l, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3:
President 41 Choir 2, 3, 4 Girl's Sextette
, , Up r IO! 1, 2, , 4, National Honor
Societ g Senior Class Treasure 45 Guid-
ance ouncil Secretary, Chosen attendant
to Holiday Queen 3 4, Homecoming and
Besides having the title "Editor-in-
Chief" of the yearbook, IOYCE FUNKE
has been adept in many other fields.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, Latin
Club 2, 3, Vice President of the class
when she was a Freshmang Otoean 2,
Carnival Queen attendant 4.
MARCHJA GARBER joined us from
Waverly for her Senior year and has
begorne a loyal booster ior our school.
F, .A. 4.
Efficient, hard working DOROTHY GIL-
IJSPIE G.A.A., 1, Glee Club l, Choir 2,
Cin'-1, llfpper 107, 3, worked in guidance
O ICE .
Because of his ready wit and the
'twinkle in his eye, DON GLOVER is liked
by all who know him. He is employed by
Hinky-Dinky half of each day.
Hard-working EILEEN GOFF puts her
best into everything she undertakes. Out-
side school hours finds her busily en-
gaged by the Drop lnn Cafe, GA A.
, IERHY HALL is the boy with the lyric
tenor voice, the curly hair and the broad
' in, Football 1, 3, 4: Basketball l 25
hoir 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Class
ecretary 4, Guidance 45 Vice President
I of Choir 45 Carnival King 4.
On Band and Choir ARLIE HEAI.D'S
aim was perfection His many awards are
N proof of that job well done. Arlie came
, to us from Central City and in his
O Iunior and Senior year participated in
1 Boys Quartette, Clarinet Quar'ette, Oc-
W tette, Harmonairesg Choir, Band, Track
This quiet, pleasant fellow is RONALD
HIENKE, who s main interests tn High
School are F F A l, 2, 3, 4 and Choir
LEONARD KREIFELS, a member of the
Future Farmers during l, 2, 3, 4, Chou'
4, Leonard is one of those people who
always has a smile.
One of the foremost wits cfkthe Class
of '52 IACK GOLDEN. Football 2 3, 4
Lettermans Club 4, Choir 3.
Quiet, easy going RICHARD GRAHAM
came to us from Percival lowa His
greatest interest lies in farming. F.F.A.
3, 4, lntrarnural fiaslcetbal, 4,
Hts even temper and ready smile makes
ARLEN GBXEPENSTROH a good fellow to
know He has been an active F,F.A.
member l, 2, 3, 4, being Treasure 4.
He played Football 2 3, 4 and lettered
.xx 3, 4, FF A, quartette 3 Choir 3, 4.
A faithful member of our class is
CAROL GHUND-MAN but we suspect she
bestows a good halt of her affections
elsewhere, F.H,A, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club lp
Glee Club lg Choir 2, 3, 4, Trio 3, 4:
Band 45 Class secretary lp Attendant to
Holiday Queen l, Attendant 10 F.F.A.
Sweetheart 35 Attendant to Homecoming
ond Choir Queen 4.
W1 rrq and generous DON KUHLMAN
vas on Yearbook Stall 4 Track 4 I
I ass Pay cas Dons greatest ambttton
s to become a doctor we hope h
DON LANDWEHH always good natured
ard ot l rt has spent most of hrs
P A l 2 3 4 lntramural
3 4 Chotr 3 4 Attendant
a nt 1 Kmg 4 Was voted Chotr Kmg
The ene Q, kid tn school ts VICKIE
LeCURE Be ng a cheerleader l 2 3 4
Vtce P es dent ot Pep Cl b 3 Freshrran
tee l l"o1r 2 P
axe p Edtto per
ten ar to Snow Queen 2 Homecomtng
4 lhts peppl gtrl vas also voted Car
IERRY LAVINGSTON lolnlng u ln his
year awavs had a w1tty remark tor
every hmg that goes Any courses
taken wt h Ltver would deftnltely have
ts brtght spos Gomg out for Football
3 4 and lettertng both years Whrle
not always smgmg he was m Chotr 3
Comma to us from Otoe ARVA IO
LUTIEMEYEH seemed to ht ln zmmedlately
and made trlends readtly because of her
pleasant personalxty Cholr 3 4 Seq-re
tary 4 Pep Club 3 Was selected Home
Mr Prestdent of the Sentor Class
DEAN LYONS stepped mto hrs execu
ttve shoes tn hrs Iumor year and hrs
classmates ltked htm so well they asked
hlm to stay another year Football 2 3
4 Basketball 3 Lettermans Club 3 and
4 Cho1r2 3 4 Boys State
Red headed ELEANOR MOORE has
lent her talent to Volley Ball 1 2 3 4
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ub l Choxr 2 3 and rs emplo e
Basketball 1 Chotr 3
Lxkeable cheerful ESTHER MYERS
FHA 2 3 Volleyball l 2 Pep Club 1
Choxr 2 3 4 She IS workmg a halt day
at Watson Bros
Although IERRY NIDAY came 15 mxles
to school he still had txme for FFA
l 2 3 4 Upper 1070 2 Football 3 and 4,
Intramural Basketball 4 Choxr 4 Attend
ant to Cholr Kmg 4
Qu et ILLIS MOYER came to us from
Perctval He IS now workmg at Bertholds
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Although MARLENE OELKE started to
school tn Nebraska City, she lett us and
returned tn the mtddle of her lunior year.
Her blonde beauty and her mtectious
laugh, has won us all. Choir 3, 45 Cheer-
leader 4: Vtce Presrdent ot Pep Club 4,
Proneer Stott 4, Attendant to Homecomtng,
Carmval, Holtday and Chotr Queens.
Another who came to Nebraska Crty rn
his luntor year rs IIM OLSON. He IS
known tn Vroltn playtng and abilzty tn
Math and Sc.enCe Hts hobby lS reoarrtna
any make of car. Choir 3, 4, Attendant to
Choir Kxna 4.
HOSEMAHY PRINTER, is C1 Consclontrous
worker who anpltes herself wtth all her
energy Glee Club l, Choir 2, 3, 4, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Clarmet Quartet 3 and 4,
A 'rustt l and dependable fellow BOB
PURSEL spent a lot of hrs ttme tn FFA
3 4 Otftcer 3 Footba 2 Cho
MARGARET RABEN IS the kmd of a glrl
you ltke to know because she IS always
your trrend Has a specral talent for
evervthtna mustcal Glee Club l Chorr
2 3 4 Sextette 4 Accompan1st4 Band
Bra 3 4 Ba
Twrrler 3 and 4
IO ANN RAMOLD has a modest frtend
llness which everyone admtres FHA
GAA l Glee Club 1 She wor s
at the Ptoneer Theatre
A sw dernure mrss ts our CAROL
RANSDELI. who has had an actlve pa
1 rr r ohases ot school hte Gres Club
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e Ho lday Q een
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h or Q een 4 voted
ROYER A te Preslden 3
Gee S e works tn he
Thesptan 3, Upper 1034, 3,
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Sports, especially Football Was RALPH
PETERSON's ambltlon. Football 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letter-
man's Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 25 Upper IOZQ, 2.
GORDON PILMORE being the silent
type gave hrs all m the athlettc held
otball 1 L as e a
Track l 2 3 4 Letterman s Club Z
Gutdance 1 2 3
to Carmval Queen 4
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Fasctnatmg SALLYE PITSTICK has
smxle and ttendlyirmanner Sal has de
voted her ttme to Glee Club l Chorr
2 3 4 and Chotr Ltbrartan 2 3 4 Dra
matrcsl Ptoneer 1 2 4 and attendant
Modest efhctent NINA POGGEMEYEH
FFA 2 and 3 Volleyball 2 Glee Club
1 Nna 1S now workmg at the Medtcal
BILL HUDD scho as oo h on
a e teld an
d rc a s Vo Dall
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4 Le e man s zz L
te e 3 C css C1
e s e 3 Guldance 4
RUTH S ARD A l' g she vwcr S
vs 3 :S w a 1
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De VIRGINNIA SIMMS a ea11
Co rne Cl
and we know s
Blond ESTHEH SORENSEN has spen'
the marortty of her school days prepartng
lor secretarlal work Esthers favorxte
pastrme ts gomg to the movtes
PATTY STOLL you wrll always tmd
true to her wo lc and her frtends FHA
2 and 3 Pep C b 2 Glee Club 2 Cholr
3 Dramattcs l 2 3 Thespxan 2 a d
Gtrls State 3
Bernq a farmer at heart DALE STUKEN
HOLTZ ha glverx hrs ttme tn other helds
too FFA 1 2 3 4 Treasure 3 Presldent
ootball l 2 3 B e ball l
ack 1 3 4 Letterma 3 4 Ba
MARGARET SWINNEY has partrctpated
ln almosk every phase ot htgh school
G A 3 4 Pres1dent4 Glee Club l
o1r 2 3 4 Sexte te 4 Trto 4 Ba
l 2 'Z 4 Gurdance 4 Attendant to Car
nxval and Chotr Queen 4
Tops ln athletlcs and m personalrty
BOB THIESFELD was a letterman tor all
four years rn Foo ball Basketball lettered
2 3 4 Track letteredZ
Qutet stncere IANIS TIEDE has been
acttve tn FH A 2 3 4 and Seeretary all
three years Volleyball 2 3 4 Pep Club
2 3 4 Presrdent 4 Glee Clubl Chorr
2 Gutdance 4 Pxoneer Busrness Manager
Eve y afte 'toon we fmd HARRY TYSON
warktng at Orraha Cold Storage In hs
spd t the he lrkes to hunt and hsh
Vxvacrous BEVERLY WEBBER cave back
to us this year afte lxvmg tn Fremont
and we are g'ad to have her back Chorr
4 Sextette 4 Dramatxcs 4 Attendant to
Carmval and Holrday Queens Chotr
Queen Bev ts always generous W1'h her
he p and enthusmasm
VELDA WIHTH rs always buhblxng
over wtth pep a d enthusxasrn FHA
2 3 4 Treasurer 4 G'ee Club l Chorr
2 3 4 Attendant to F FA Sweetheart 3
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Kenneth Gnu ' '
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1 , Ierry Stemer
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Wayne Stukenholtz Page 24
above are N.C.H.S.
students registering in
their Wd!!! to
casting their vo
Parker extending a baiiot
Mike Nictliittian. lrving Poiing.
arious oiiices and Pat
ali checks the
tured above are: Lett to right,
te tor the Candidates oi the v
to Mike Giiiigan as Coiieen H
oitices oi County
se to b
d to the
deport to the Co
w 1. Cariey Web .
Pictured above are the
ernrnent Day as they prepare to
ir various ottices. Lett to right. Ro
Rita Bosworth. Row 2. Kenny Kang
Giittinqer. Xirn Giitigan, Row 3.
erry Stever. iack Bernard.
sworn into the
iarnes. Dotores Srnith.
Giadstone. Lynn Lyon. Marvin
ouqtas Yitzekarn, Bob Gossard, S
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ROW l-Doris Dixon, Georgene
Evirett, Helen Balfour. Donna Cole,
Virginia Boenner, Eunice Hndrews.
Carol Guenther. ROW 2 - Patty
Curtis, Colleen Fitzekam, Carol
Edmonds, Peggy Gardner, Colleen
Hall, Beverly Cordell, Bonnie Curl.
Ianet Brawner. ROW 3 - Duane
Rdoclr, Ierry Hnville, lim Balfour, Bob
Beccard. Don Guthals, Ben Bennett,
David Clites. ROW 4-Keith Cum-
ming, Bob Dishong, LeRoy Clark,
Mark Bielman, Gilbert Hlbers. ROW
5-Marty Gardner, Dennis Folkerts,
Ierry Gude, Bob Brannon Knot in pic-
ROW 1-Ioan Humann. Pat Ioiner,
Barbara Iacobsen, Yvonne Kruger,
Shirley Myers, Marilyn Heesch,
Regina Heald. ROW 2 - Shirley
Kevan, Dolores Lundy, Lois Iohanns,
Colleen Kendrick, Diane Iohnson,
Georgia Lechner, Kathryn Henrichs,
Ruth Iorgeson, Charlene Huss. ROW
3 - Bill Iordan, Ierry Kennison,
Harvey Hutton, Leonard Hoskins,
Ierome Kerons, Iim Moyer, Bob
Lechner, C. W. LeCure, Wayne
Lange. ROW 4 - Dwight Heng,
Martin Heng, Iim Kreifels. Mike
Heng, Ed Malzer, Don Kennell, Ioy
ROW 1-Lila Mae Ottens, Bonnie
Thieman, Ioan Denken, Pat Parker,
Shirley Steckly, Eileen Willis, Mary
Margaret Trail. ROW 2 - Eugene
Weible, Lucille Varenhorst, Emma
Walters, Ioan Neemann, Vilma
Sammons, Karen Rathke, Cleora
Schmitz, Kay Shirley. ROW 3 --
Tommy Williamson, Frank Stoll, Hlan
Willis, Bennett Sorensen, Iohn
Scroggins, Dale Sterner, Harold.
Tritsch, Rodney Thomas, Victor
Thieman. ROW 4-Iaclc Tasler, Carl
Ramold, Bill Phillips, Olin Spanier,
Edward Volkmer. Tommy Stever.
lohn Strange. Ronnie Schreiner.
ROW l-Doris Ehler, Marsha
Burbridge, Barbara Io Davis,
Nancy DeLong, Betty Emsholi,
Garnet Brown. Lois Cruickshank,
Wanda DeVorss, Io Ella Clark.
ROW 2-Ioyce Carlisle, Delores
Brown, Zelda Rae Cunningham,
Shirley Clark, Patty Christensen.
Lucille Davis, Leona Cook,
Kathleen Degner. ROW 3-Ierry
Flagle, Bob Hdams, Verdes
Baucke, Gale Bennett. Tom
Bryant, Bill Brannon. ROW 4-
Charles Blevins, Terry Emst, Ierry
Bell, Iames Feistner, Peter
ROW 1-Marlene Hutton, June
Hauptman, Paula G r a h a m .
Beverly Iohnson, Connie Graham,
'Hrlene Gibson. ROW 2 - Ruby
Huss, Carol Hnn Gawurt, Wanda
Garreans, Hddie Freel, Darlene
Gibson, Thelma Hall. ROW 3-
Boh Homan, Stanley Heng, Bob
Funke, Glenn Lechner, Harry Hart,
Bob Gosch, Larry Gardner. Ralph
Klein, Ralph Horst, Kenny Howell,
Gary Gardner. ROW 4-Danny
Helm, Larry Lechner, Iames
Griepenstroh, Fred Greenhagen,
Donald Kasbaum, Ray Golf, Gary
Harpster, Marion Haith.
ROW l-Shirley Schnitzmeyer,
Glenda Beth Niday, Hnna Mae
Longwell. Kay Oelke, Lois Puppe,
Kay Osbom. ROW 2 - Patsy
Rowe, Susan Melies, Donna
Shirley, Carol Siebenlist, Sandra
Lima, Carol Paben, Ioan Le-
Cure. ROW 3-Duane Novak,
Richard Marion, Bob McKinley,
William Rivett, Orville Oelke,
Ronald Schreiner. ROW 4 -
Harmon Riggs, Larry Pickering,
Bob Peterson, Keith Schrieter.
BOW 1-Donna Simms, Mary
Rnn Thiesleld, Carla Wademan,
Ioan Wilhe'm. Kay Waller, Dorothy
Tuton. ROW 2-Barbara Thomas,
C e c il i a Witty, Mary Hnn
Thygeson, S hir l e y Williams,
Norleen Vollman, Lois Wilton,
Dale Wurtele. ROW 3-Lawrence
Voges, Herbert Zech, Billy Traub,
Monas Tyson, Herman Varen-
horst. Iames Spidell: Richard
Webber, Don Stoddard. ROW 4-
lames Snavely. Don Steinshour,
Bob Williamson. Iimmie Skillet.
George Wilson, Larry Stever,
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Shirley Ifitzekam Pa! Parker. Eileen Willis. Margaret Swinney Shirley Steckly Rita
Front row left ta right: Norma Neely. Kathleen Lechner. Marilyn Byrnes. Mary Iarnes.
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left to right. Marlene Oelke, Ianet Fullrxede, Margaret Raben. Danella Srruth.
Bohl. Carol Ransdell. Pat Nixon. Kathrine Henrichs, Peggy Gardner. Gretchen
drewes. Bonnie Curl. and Beverly Webber. Third row: Keith Stocker. Ierry Niday
Bob Gossard. Ronald Heinke, Ierry Gude, Don Kennel. Mike Gilligan. Dean Biere
Olen Spanier. Douglas Fitzekam. Arlen Griepenstroh. Del Sloltenberg.
Cordell. Tom Stever. Iack Bernard. Iim Gilligcm. Iere McGaIIey.
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B3 00" Vice Pres.. Arva Io Lutjemeyer. Tre:
df i tary. and Mark Cordell, President.
Simms, Sallye Piistick, Mary Trail. Vickie LeCure, Arva Io Luliemeyer,
Ioyce Funke, Curley Webb, Shirley Maris. Valarie Dennislon. Second row
Collene Kendrick, Velda Wirth, Carol Grundman, Carol Broers. Connie
Gillispe. Beatrice Cooper, Mary Rhose. Carol Gunlher, Eunice An-
Gilbert Alber. Edward Malzer, Harold Trisch, Ialm Kruger,
row: Verlin Ailes, Dean Lyons. Bill Rudd, Dennis Folkerts,
Livingston, Don Landwher, Tom Hebard. Ierry Hall, Mark
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Part oi the mass Choir at the Choir Clinic.
Earl Ienkins directing cx group of studenis
during the Choir Clinic.
Band Officers from left to right: Secretary-Treasurer, Tom Stever
President, Icmet Fullriede: Vice-President. Val Denniston
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man boY'5 Floyd M qfdner: DUI- IerrY Hnvms Uifd Spon
Fresh Sponsor Efigmmf andeMVl'urfele his Ins span.
Webefjng Ike Heng cfzfsnsorl
Mr. Sorenson is the two legged cxnimcxl.
F.F.B. Supervisor. Severin B. Sorenson.
To the FFR. ol lfebrosko City High
School goes The lionor of loemo the
lorqesl chapter 1:1 the stole of Ne-
brosko. They have on octave enroll-
ment of 87 Irtentloers. Severin Sorenson,
ode Supervisor of ilie locol Cfiopter,
is ossisled leur. Lambert o new
lf,-Geller in our ficzgoil.
Tr 4, Qocol Cf'5CilZCI'
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Brien Gr1ePensuo131ngI agseetheuri Peakefs Table
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Guest spedke' 201:-:nord Kneie1S
B111 Schrexter an
I beheve 1n the future of Fgrmrng Wlth
cr fcnth born not of Words but of deeds
I beheve thot to hve and work on cr
good Iorrn IS plegsont os well os chdl
lengmg I beheve 1n Ieddershlp from
ourselves ond respect frorn others
I beheve 1n Iess dependence on beg
gmg ond more power rn borgcunxng ln
T e Irie or dont ond enough honest
eohh to reIp I beheve thot rurol
Hrnenco co ond w1I1 hold true to me
Desi trodnwons IU our notlonol hfe Gnd
thot I con exert gn mfluence IU my
home ond commumty whrch f 111 stgnd
sohd for mx port 1n thot 1nsp1 mg tosk
Hssxstcmt Supervlsor Iohn Lambert
Freshman FFH. members gettmg
then' greenhand xmhatxon
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he emblem Paw! lollle
dxnq chner Krug
Bull een-,xo Yonne
The F H Fl gxrl sponsored a float xn the Fall
Feshval Parade Rxdmg on the float are Beverly
Webber Carol Broers Norma Neely and Iams Tlede
me 1 to 326,515 lace
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The newest orgamzatlon m
Hlgh School IS the Future
Homemakers of Hmerlca They
now have about 55 members
Mar1or1e Moore and Barbara
Hom bemg the adv1sors Mrs
Elmer Conklmg IS the honor
chapter mother Mrs Edward
W1rth and Mrs Iesse Parker are
the other chapter mothers
Maryorle Moore F H H HdV1SOf
durmg the fxrst semester of school
Borbqrsp er presld
6139 al our 912 C
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mg on S ormql 21 Con Img
Tlrus years ofhcers are Pres
rdent Carolyn Corlklmg Vlce
Presldent Kathleen Lechner
Secretary larus Tlede Treas
urer Velcla Wlrth Parllamen
tar1an Norma lean Neely Hls
torlan Beverly Cordell Song
Leader Donella Smlth P1CU'11Sl
Carol Grundmarl and Reporter
Barbara Horn F H H HdVlSOf
durmc' the second semester of school
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:ce I'es1 din fri? den
H Uruted Ncxrons Flag was made cmd presented
by the F H H members Here Ely C Felstner IS re
cervmg the flag at the Umted Natxons Hssembly Pro
gram Lei! to ughi are Marporxe Moore Kathleen
Lechrxer Mr Fexstner Carolyn Conklmg cmd Veldcx
Business Manager. Ianis Tiede: Editor.
Ioyce Funke: Make-up Editor, Vickie Le Cure:
,ng dove and Cartoonist, Mike Gilligun, doing their
dwuonsdbsg Cuye- various tasks.
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Some ol the yearbook statf members off to
The 1952 Yearbook staff, consisting ot six Seniorsg one Iuniorg and two
Sophomoresg with eight part time statt workers is proud of the wonderful
yearbook they have presented to the school. The senior members thank
Bill Dodds, Ir.g Bill Phillips and Mike Gilligari, Soph.g and Bob Pldams, Frosh.
with much appreciation for the wonderful photography arid cartoons they
have contributed towards our l952 yearbook.
Mom Bcrrta, proofreading a page Ioyce Funke, editor, busy drawing
in the yearbook.. . u dummy page.
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Q ihe A XG y t is
Checkxgxeie an the Ofc o be sol oi! 'he
om any Dean earl sim d by misss and
wither are 1 hem of
This year the Otoean celebrated its 30th
year in publications as the voice ot the oldest
high school west of the Missouri.
lnner staff consists of front page editors,
Mary Bohse and Gretchen Gladstone. Express-
ing views of the student body are Dean Biere
and Wilber Fey. Phil Fahrlander and lrving
Poling cover the lighter side ot the news, Don
Cole and lim Gilligan report on the odds and
ends. Kay Shirley and lack Bernard handle
the sports. Bill Dodds, Bill Phillips and Bob
Hdams assist the staff with the photography.
The sponsor is Mrs. Florence Barta.
B111 Dodds photographer, lack Ber-
nard and Kaye Shirley, sports edi-
tors do work occasionally. '
Feature ed1tors Plul Fahrlander
, , and Irving Poling, busy trying to
Y 3 3 y get their copy in on time
Latin Club "Fideles Cicerones" ol-
licers planning their annual Latin
Banquet. Iim Gilligan, president:
Colleen Kendrick. treasurer: Carley
Webb, secretary: and Katy Hen-
richs. vice president.
"Los Nueve Exploradoresf' Span-
ish Club ollicers arranging cr project
on the bulletin board. Lett to right
are: Shirley Marts, treasurer: Gret-
chen Gladstone, president: Dolores
Smith, vice president: and Pat
Mary Hohse and Iim Gilligan en-
joying a look at the Latin and
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THE '51 AND '52 PEP CLUB. They are as iollows. left to right, front row, Bonnie Curl. Ioan Human. Vickie I.eCure. Marlene
Oelke, Delores Smith. Connie Bohl. Shirley Fitzekam. Mary Lou Rains, Marlene Waller, and Peggy Gardner. Second row, Marcia
Burbridge, Barbara Io Davis, Ioan Wilhelm, Colleen Fiizekam. Susan Melies, and Paula Graham. Third row. Marianne Thygeson.
Nancy DeLong, Barbara Thomas. Shirley Schnitzemeyer, Donna Shirley, Wanda DeVorss, Virginia Boemer, and Ianis Tiede. Fourih
row, Norma Dea Walker, sponsor, Carol Guenther, Colleen Hall, Beverly Cordell, Pat Parker, Regina Heald, Eunice Andrews,
Sandra Lima, and Mary Ellen Slack. sponsor.
The Pep Club is an organization to promote
school spirit tor all athletic activities, The ol-
. ticers for the Sl-52 year are: Ianis Tiede, presi-
M dent, Marlene Gelke, vice-president, Colleen
Hall, secretary, Carol Guenther, treasurer,
Virginia Boerner, reporter. Sponsors are Mary
Ellen Slack and Norma Dea Walker.
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Pictured above are members oi the Dramatics
Club holding a discussion during one of their classes,
left to right. are Wayne Lange, Beverly Webber, lere
McGcrttey, instructor Dewey Ganzel, C. W. LeCure,
Mike McMillian. Marilyn Byrnes. and Mary Iames.
Dramatic students Wayne Lange.
Marilyn Byrnes. and C. W. LeCure
rehearse for the one act plays.
Pictured are the N.C.H.S.
champion Debators and their spon-
ser Dewey Ganzel. These students'
Members of the Debate Class are,
left to right. Mike McMillian, Iim
Gilligan, Iere McGallery. Don Cole,
instructor Dewey G a n z e l, Gary
Harpster, Wayne Lange. George
Wilson, and Bill Duily.
debating ability have brought much
honor to our school.
Lett to right: Row l-Bill Rudd, Leo Fleming, Ralph Peterson, lim Herman Ierry Hull Verlm Axles Marv
Glittinger, Bob Thiesteld.
Row 2-Phil Lightbody. Larry Pickering, Ierry Livingston. Mel Giithnger Gordon Pilmore Richard Earl Decm
Hg? 3-Larry Emmons, Lyle Bennett. Kenny Kangieser, lack Golden, Tom Hebard Wayne Stukenholtz Arlen
G ' pe st oh.
Rai: 4rLIixck Wier, Arlie Heuld, Mark Cordell. Lynn Lyon, Dale Stukenholt: Del Stoltenberg Jerry Stever
Row 5-Coaches Arthur Majors, Phil Young, cmd Don Chaloupka
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The scene for the high spot ot the 1951 season, Iunior Senior Prom, was a
knights version of King Q.rthur's Court. The shop class earned due credit for
the building of the castleg Hrlene Whittier for over all chairmen and Mark Cor-
dell as student chairmen.
The central design on stage was a large green vine covered castle. The one-
hundred and twenty-five couples in the Grand March descended out ot the big
castle doors onto the drawbridge over a moat. Various shields oi the time and
miniature castles decorated the balcony and walls. Windows were decorated
with sand and Hmerican beauty, the Senior Class colors.
The music was by Frank ErWin's Hristocrats of Rhythm. The music helped
to contribute to a perfect evening. ln the midst ot such lovelines prom goers
enjoyed a Wonderful evening of fun and dancing.
Pictured below are cr few of the one-hundred
cmd twenty couples dancing to the music of
the Hristocrats of Rhythm.
vu and her Coufi- e football I
Queen at een' Welco
Flrva Io Lutjemeyer was crowned Horne-
coming Queen during half time of the Eleventh
Hnnual Homecoming football game. There was
a constant drizzle during the ceremonies, re-
sulting in a downpour. The queen and her six
attendants were escorted around the field in a
float loaned by the Utilities. It Was pulled by a
Lincoln Cosmopolitan Convertible, loaned by
Clemmy Homes and driven by Dave Hallstrorn.
Plrva was presented with a bouquet of red
roses by the Letterman Club. Below is the
queen and her six attendants, reading from left
to right are, Marlene Oelke, Carolyn Conkling,
Vickie LeCure, Hrva, Carol Grundman, Ianet
Fullriede and Connie Bohl.
Queen Lutiemeyer and Captain Stukenholtx.
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Snow Queen and her attendants-Mary Hnn
Tluesfeld Peggy Gardner Dolores Smith, Ianet Full
nede Beverly Webber Queen Carol Ransdell Mar
lene Oelke Carolyn Conkllng Mary Iames Dlane
Iohnson Mary Lou Rames
The couples attendmg the lrlohday Dance
found themselves danclng ln a vlrtual Wmter
Wonderland where Mlss Carol Ransdell was
crowned Snow' Queen of 1951 by Senlor Class
Presldent Dean Lyon
Ht the far end of the aud1tor1um stood
two snow covered plne trees Centered be
tween the trees stood the Queens throne of
wh1te cotton wlth evergreen trun S1lhouetted
sle1gh scenes covered the wmdow panes
Twas the Nzght Before Chnstmas sung by the
Chou members under the dxrectxon of Hmelxa Peterson.
Queen Carol an
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The Sweetheart and her attendants From left to bean Ig Corsqale Sfuk
nght Kathleen Lechner Dolores Smith, retumg sweet oflnq Nga on enbog
heart Carolyn Conklxng Sweetheart Norma Neeley eeley, sWee,
The second annual Future Farm-
ers of Flmerica Sweetheart Dance
was held Ianuary 26 in the high
school auditorium. Qt the far end ot
the auditorium stood two corn
shocks with a bale of hay in center
as the throne for the Sweetheart.
The throne was backed with stream-
ers in the FFH colors, blue and
Miss Norma lean Neeley was
chosen Sweetheart of '52 by the
couples attending the dance. Miss
Carolyn Conkling Sweetheart of '51
stepped otf the throne of hay and
Norma accended upon the throne.
Dale Stukenholtz the FFH Presi-
dent placed a gold sweetheart locket
with the FFP1 Emblem around Norma
leans neck and also presented her
with a FFR Sweetheart Iacket.
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Hats alt to the King and
Queen of the Hnnual C
ol the Carnival QS the
n was the climax ot the
arnival. King, ferr
Carnival for 1951.
Y Hall, crowns V'
e crowning ot the
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S phomore assumed all the resporl
Slbllliy for Plclures m this vo
Plltho these boys are no
semors they have gtven gen
erously of ther ttme to meet
the deadlme of the year book
Our school photoarapflers have
taken all at th vearbook ptc
tures except the mdtvldual lun
lor and oem or class plctuves
and have done an excellent
Job We certamly apprec1ate
them Qll ol the eaulpmeht 1r
the dark room has been pur
chased from the money ralsed
by the pubhcatton classes H1
tho the dark room IS somettmes
1r1 a mess the p1ctures are
always hmshed to perfechoh
B111 Dodds checkmg Q snap shot
Hssistant IGITY Sieve' Em om iech-
Tntsch are learmng dm' fo
nique. phat adams
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The Iunior class presented UH Midsummers
Night Dream", November 2l-22, The play, Written
by William Shakespeare, took place in ancient
The superb cast consisted of twenty two players.
They were: Thesus, lack Bernard, Hippolyta, Donella
Smith, Egeus, Dean Heebner, Hermia, Shirley Martsg
Lysander, Ierry Stever, Demetrius, Keith Stookerg
Helena, Pat Nixon, Pbilostrate, Phil Lightbodyg
Servant, Bob Livingston, Quince, Mike Mclviilleng
Snug, Tom Hebard, Bottom, lim Gilligan, Flute,
Iere McGatfeyg Snout, Bill Dodds, Starveling, Bonnie
Goldsberry, Robin Goodlellow, Bob G o s s a r cl ,
Oberon, Don Cole, Titania, Mary Iames, Peablossom,
Nancy Hunter, Cobweb, Marilyn Byrne, Mustard-
seed, Norma Neeleyg and Moth, Carley Webb.
would You x
e to have
G head tik
Student director, Mary Rhose coniering with
Director Dewey Grmzel.
The play must go on.
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Pictured above hug, eggxegxts Coniefence
Registration. I-'mc e '
and uiiemo0H 'ec'
-ng panels 0
Rbove G19 ggicggondhd Th? PE:
'he mmed h ries 0. 'Neill is Q1
iessions- pl' C uech oi ihe morning
inc his hrsl SP9
The Sixth Qnnual Career Con-
ference included eight Otoe coun-
ty High Schools.
Q Staff of thirty-eight business
and professional men and women
spoke at general sessions, served
on panels and acted as consul-
tants for vocational in t e r e st
Career Conference and College
Day, sponsored by the Guidance
Council, are highlights of the N.
C. H. S, program for bringing in-
formation about occupational and
educational opportunities to the
Klw ' Umj
Students confermg wxth representa
hves from Mxdlcmd College
The frlth Hnnugl College Dgy
was held IH our school Mgrch
ll Colleges gnd Unrversrtres
sendrng represenlotrves here
numbered 25 Erght Nursrng
schools ond four t e c h n1C cr l
schools completed the person
nel for the day
Group meetrngs ond sectron
gl rneetlngs for both students
ond therr porrents were held gs
cr port of the program
Tables were set up 1n the QC
trvrtres Hoorn for egch school
so that Hrgh School Students
mrght check the drsploys ond
gsk guestrons of the school ln
Whrch they were rnterested
Lunch was served at noon for
V1s1t1ng representgtrves by tne
Homemgkmg Department Pl
coffee ond coke hour conclud
ed the educgtrongl proorgrn
Students vlsxtmg the vanous College
Many extra curricular activi-
ties in our school are sponsored
by the Hctivities Council. Fac-
ulty advisors tor this group are
Ely C, Feistner and Doris L.
McGaffey. This council plans
some of the major activities of
the year. Chief among these
are the College Day, County
Government Day, and Career
Day. Members of the council
are the presidents of the va-
rious organizations throughout
The Hctivities Council busy at
work preparing for Career Day
County' ers of the H , N
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Lois Iohannn-Lots a sopho-
more and has earned two
letters. She has proved as a
very valuable server and feeder
for the Pionettes. She always
grves all she has m every
Delores Lundy-The second
tlme to letter, Delores rs rn her
sophomore year. She has im-
rzoved rn her playrnq abthty.
She always keeps her eyes on
the ball A lxghter to the last
Barbara Cunningham - A
junrar splkef that wlll be heard
lrom next year She always
qzves all she has in every
game. Her excellent playma of
hxttrnq the hall hard helped in
those lose games.
Vilma Sammons-A sspho-
mire lffftermq for a secsrtd
year Che of the valuable
servers cf the If-:rn vvvlllill was
h-Lg: pezrzt scorer :or her team.
Qext year s team wrll need
:nat servrnq abxlzty.
Cecelia Witty-A freshmen to
make the frrst team. Her abilrty
as a aood server has proved
valuable to her team, Cecelra
should be a bra help the nex:
Donella Smith - A jumor
smker letterzna for the second
year. She showed steady lm-
provement thrs year. Expect
great thtnas from her next year
as a sprker.
Ruby Vollmann A
ear t e 1
year Coaperattve and
ls ent as always s
. best IH every qame.
Donna ShirleyvOne ot the
freshmen to make the varsity
team Donna has showed con-
srderable prormse. Next years
team can use her qood tloor
work as a set-up player.
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Shown above are the tour captains of the girls intramural volleyball
teams. They are Kay Waller, Marlene Hutton. Coach Mary Ellen Slack,
Donella Smith and Lois Iohanns.
One of the many extra-cur-
ricular activities that any girl
in high school can participate
in is lntramural Volleyball, The
girls are divided into tour
teams and games are played
between them. The girls strive
to be on the Winning team.
Mary Ellen Slack is the sponsor.
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Retereeglse other Qld?-'ou RainS-
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Intramurals stimulate friendship among the girls. lt occupies much of their spare time.
The three wheels of the Pioneer squad.
reading from left to right: Coach "Pop" Majors.
Head Coach Phil Young, and Coach Don
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Readlng cloclcwxse from left Dean
Lyon, Lyle Bennett, Coach Erthur
Majors, Cocxch Phil Young, Coach Don
Chaloupka, Phil Lightbody, Ralph Peter-
son, Bob Thiesfeld, C. W. LeCure, Leo
Fleming, Hrlen Grlpenstroh, Del Stolten-
berg, luck Wier, Dcxle Stuckenholiz.
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Fleming drives through Bengal sidelinesl
H well conditioned 'Sl Pioneer squad
under the coachmanship of Phil Young
thrilled many a crowd in the '51 sea-
son to wind up the season with a
seven win, two loss record. H glance
at the high school records pictured the
most successful season in the history
of the high school, even though the
Southeast Conference title was lost to
Falls City. Toialing up the scores, the
statistics show that the Pioneer eleven
piled up l87 points, while the op-
ponents managed only 77 counters.
Herman into the arms of cr waiting Orcmgemcml
The following gridders have per-
formed their ability and sportsmanship
on the gridiron to the extent of being
chosen on the Qll-Conference team.
They are: Back lim Herman, honorable
mention, Back Del Stoltenberg, honor-
able mention, Tackle Lynn Lyon, hon-
orable mention, Back Leo Fleming,
honorable mention, Back Phil Light-
body, first string, Guard Ralph Peter-
son, first string, Tackle Lyle Bennett,
first string, End Dean Lyon, tirst string,
End Dale Stuckenholtz, second string,
Back Bob Thiesfeld, second string,
Center lerry l-lall, second string.
Lightbody caught by a Plcttsmouth Blue Devill
FIRST ROW readxng left to nchi Harry Hart Bob Funke Bob McKmley B111 Brannon
Kenny Peterson Dlck Webber Cleo DeWitt Gorden Pllmore Tom Stever and Bud Lavigne
SECOND ROW readmg left to nght Harvey Hulton Harman Hxggs Troy Lyons Larry
Pxckenng Larry Stever Dzck Nxdoy Lou Stuckenholtz Ierry Bell Leland Copper and Coach
THIRD HOW readmg left to nghl Bob Peterson Dale Sterner Ed Volkmer Bob Gosch
Gcnl Bennet Peter Chnstensen George Wxlson Iomes Fexstner and B111 Phxllxps
Louxsvxlle 12 Nebr
Weep1ng Water 19 Nebr
Falls Clty 6 Nebr
Reserve Coach Arthur Pop Mayors
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lntramural Basketball Teams
consists of High School boys
not on the varsity or reserve
teams. lntramural games Were
held on Monday and Thursday
evenings in the school gym.
There were two rounds of
league games this season. The
captains for the first round
were Gordon Pilmore, Ierry
Hall, Lynn Lyons, lack Bernard,
Dean Lyons, Larry Emmons,
and ferry Livingston. Pilmore
took first place with Hall and
L. Lyons tied for second. Third
place Went to lack Bernard's
five with Dean Lyons fourth.
Fifth Went to Emmons and last
to I. Livingston, The faculty
lost to the Pill-Stars led by Pil-
more 28 to 8.
ln the second round there
were six teams participating.
The Rams led by their Captain,
Balph Peterson won this round
of play, Second place was a
tie between the Bed Devils cap-
tained by Bob Livingston and
the Niday Bearcats, Third place
was also a tie between the
Dean Lyons Wildcats and the
lack Bernard Bears. Last place
went to the Lynn Lyons Lions.
Gordon Pilmore led the first
r o u n d in individual scoring
with 4l points. The second
round scoring went to Ralph
Peterson with 45 points. Pilmore
who captained his own squad
the first round, led the first
round and on the second round
on the Barns with the total of 75
points. This was nine points
better than Bicnard Voges total
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Lyon, lim Hgrma: Togn Vg-Iebardvaid irzzixetkallglujggajelerson Gordon Pxlmore, Dale Stukenholtz, Dean
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Trisch. Harvey Huitozxrixnd Bib 'l'?1i::iieT5? I lg t ody I u n B eu at or e am
Tom Hebard pole vcxulting.
Plltliougli tlie track sedson is only begin-
ning our tedm was victorious in the lirst tri-
angular meet of tlie season.
Nebraska City with cr totdl of 70 points,
Was followed by Fdlls City witlfi 55lf2 and
Pldttsmouth with l65f'g points.
Tlie Pioneers won seven ot the l2 events
cmd wen relays. Del Steltenberg won the
l00 and Z20g:drd dcrslies ond the l00-yard low
liurdles, Ken lidngieser won the 880, Illrlie
Hecld the 4410, and lim l-lermdn the high jump
Gnd Tom Hebdrd, Phil Lightbody, Leo Fleming
tied for first Qn the pole vdult, Ierry Stever and
Gresf: fire student mdnagers.
Coach Phil Young
High Hurdle Race at the triangular
Iim Herman going over the High
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Physicians and Surgeons
105 North 10th
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Over Gask1l's Music
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TYLER of ERERICHS
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NEBRHSKP1 CITY MEDICHL GROUP
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Modem streetlightirig adds to the safety and beauty of Nebraska City.
It is a good place in which to live and we hope that you students of
Nebraska City High will keep it always as your home.
flammq, Jlolnzm, 'Wlotolu o.
Feel at home4'1Deal wiih Holmes, is a' familiar and true slogan used for
the CLEMIVIY 'HOLMES MOTOR CO. Clernmy Holmes received the Iunior
Chamber of Commerce award of "Boss of 'lhe Year." He increased his em-
ployment from three to lhirty-seven persons.
BEST FOR LESS
DIRECT FROM REFINERY
"Flowers for all occasions" is
the service motto ot BERTH-
OLDS FLOWER SHOP. Their
service trtcludes dehvery in Ne-
braska City, telegraph servtce
elsewhere, and courtesy flowers
for vartous school activities. To
order Ilowers tor any occasion
phone 7OU or 324.
Newest of the New for '52
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Home of Studebaker
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THEN TASTE AND COMPARE!
Hbove is Oscar Wurte1e of WURTELE OLDSMOBILE COMPHNY pointing out the new features
of the 160 H. P2 rocket engine on the 1952 Super 88. Observing cire Veldcx Wirth, Don Cole, and
1 sie V.: 'cena ','3'4r bank. THE FHRMERS BHNK. kccrporcited September 1, 1884
Connie Bohl shows Gretchen Gladstone and Mary
Rose cz Lenox furnace at
lack Priest shows Beverly Webber and Verlin Biles the
latest sport styles by Sandler of Boston and Connie
"B.lways new and di1ierent." M Q
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111 North llth St.
Most Modern Building and Service
Hmbulance Service Hir Conditioned
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GREENE'S ICE CREQM FHCTORY
Gale Bohl, Prop.
Skilled Sheet Metal Work
Oil burners Hir-Conditioning
call us tor service
Phone 332 1012 Central Hvenue
Ierry Stever. Velda Wirth, Marlene Oelke, and Bob
Late are depositing their money. Friendly considera-
tion tor everyone at the Otoe County Bank. good
tor everyone at the Otoe County Bank. good since
Hive fnwify, Bank
Mrs. Stemer instructs Ierry Stever and Carol Broers
STERNER BOWLING LANES
Grade School. Iunior High and Senior High students
may attend classes.
Paul Lima owner of
LIMA S CLCTHING STORE
shows high school students Qrlen Griepen
stroli Tom l-leloard and Carol Ransdell some
of the line merchandise in his store
Iolin Scroggins a d Ruof Kier Checking out
Clothes to Delores Smith at the
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Your dealer for: Hudson Cars Reo Trucks
Minneapolis Moline Case Farrn Machinery
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for a preview oi the latest in building materials
Buick Pontiac GMC. and hardware, for the farm and home.
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