Nebraska Vocational Technical School - Technician Yearbook (Milford, NE)

 - Class of 1961

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jf? if 'WG' i fx Qi? Q -Ai "Sf: Tmgmh E.1,.,T .V 5563. - ,--4 1 tl Q QQ A ,rival Milford Sanitarium in the late 1880's. The lower floor of this building is still being used by the Nebraska Tech Diesel Technology Department. The top floors have been re- moved. n 1 TWENTV YEARS CDF PROGRESS 1941-1961 Not many people recall Legislative Bill No. 148, introduced during the fifty-fifth session of the Leg- islature of Nebraska. It read in part as follows: "For an act relating to Vocational educationg to transfer the control of the institution known as the 'branch institution of the soldiers' and sailors' home at Mil- ford' from the Board of Control of state institutions to the State Board of Vocational Educationg to estab- lish and maintain such institution under the name and style of the 'Nebraska State Trade Schoo1'g to declare the object of such institutiong to bestow upon the State Board of Vocational Education full powers to receive, have charge of and operate such institu- tiong ..... " This was 1941, and the bill was one establishing the Nebraska State Trade School in- troduced by Stanley A. Matzke, a senator represent- ing the 24th district of Nebraska. It was not the first attempt at establishing a trade school. During the late thirties, Governor R. L. Cochran vetoed a bill passed by the legislature for the purpose of establishment of a trade school at Broken Bow. This preliminary work helped pave the Way for the establishment of the Nebraska State Trade School at Milford. In 1941, it was Senator Matzke of Seward who revived the idea and put it across, making a trade school in Nebraska a reality. A great deal of work was done by Senator Matzke and under his expert management it breezed through the various legisla- tive stages, culminating in a unanimous affirmative vote. Thus, the Nebraska State Trade School was created on March 28, 1941, and open for business in May of the same year. Its objective, "to afford the inhabitants of this State the means of acquiring skills and related technical knowledge, other than that taught at college level, by training methods necessary to prepare them for advantageous entrance and satisfactory advancement in technical occupa- tions". Entrance to the grounds from the north. Picture taken in 1926. FB' Although this was the first trade school in Nebraska, the facilities used by the school had a much earlier beginning. The buildings were first used as a sahitarium and later as a soldiers and sailors home. Captain J. H. Culver, who later became the first commander of the soldiers and sailors home, promoted the Sanitarium Park and Springs in the late 1880's. When the project did not prove a financial success, he is accredited with having conceived the idea of getting the state to take it over by making it a branch of the Grand Island Soldiers and Sailors Home. The home was established, under lease from Captain Culyer, by an act of the Legislature on April 19, 1895. By act of the 1899 Legislature, the Milford property was purchased by the State, an appropriation of 913,500 having been made for that purpose. Stanley A. Matzke-Introduce: of the bill in 1941, creating the Nebraska State Trade School In the years that followed and until it was closed in 1939, several other new buildings were constructed for use by the Home. These included, in addition to the already existing building, two buildings for use as living quarters, an administration building, a laundry building and a hospital. The administration building, which is still being used for this purpose but which will be razed within the next year, had a very distinguished beginning. William Jennings Bryan, two time United States presidential candidate, was present when the corner stone was laid and gave the dedicatory address. In 1939, the military tradition so evident on the grounds was silenced by an act of the State Legislature, as the facilities were combined with the home in Grand Island. From 1939 to 1941, the only occupants of the buildings were Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Langdale as caretakers. ' V-fi The three buildings shown on this by the Soldiers and Sailors Home. page were built for use .-1 w -"Qi ' S1312 2515512 ' . 7?f7 1 9' . 'v3,i'.1ges1-..:,'ff1,', :'125'15,.5ifl, -,,--rriifife. iw Top left: Hospital built in 1923. A, . w-ei-1' Haj -jpg-A'-'f,',ijFe3L"11 ,-ug-1 -553:21-N ' - b V I ' t Now used as a dormitory for Ne- ' o fs:1.1. l .ig.1 ,lb , braska Tech students. 1: '-i -,.fffs'vssf-mffsflg'nf5n..j'Tn:.5f..M1,1.f,, 'K' '- .' I f,,,.?, L-HH' ' , A-M., ,,, k - . 1 fig.-7:15217 'fig '-. M B . . 1 l ift' 13 .ei ottom left: Apartment building fl constructed in 1904. Now used as , ,i 7 fff .T-T 1-. - . -f is " "' K ' fs: 7:1-me Electrical and Electronics Technol- 1 g c, ,, , , rw . . . . . .ef 1 I ' ' in ,L,g,g ogy training facilities at Nebraska if V .1 Tech f- if f- rg sew? " - ' 'gzmsgne--2 47'i?f'3' '-ff- -- ' - - f---as f-"fr-e-fre. . Q-'94 mi jw' - -fin Qs' 5: 1 Right: Administration building con- ' T- :Lf my structed in 1910. It is still being used , ,, , ' " for this purpose. 3, -W , , ...V N RIP, - 'ff as - 1 ,.-K., -1-W.,--1 vt " 'lf if' Y . fi 1 Q 355, " W,-Q, Auto Mechanics Shop View - 1941 This brings us back to May, 1941, the date the Nebraska Trade School was open for enrollment. In the beginning five programs were offered and five students were enrolled for training. The five programs were Machine Shop, Auto Mechanics, Auto Electricity, Foundry Patternmaking and General Welding. Soon after the school was opened, We became involved in World War II, so the entire facilities of the school were used for national defense training. It Was during this period, 1942-43, that the school won its spurs as an educational institution and had its true beginning. From 1945 to 1952, enrollment at the school was predominantly veterans. Since 1952, the veteran enrollment has gradually decreased and the school is fulfilling its intended purpose of train- ing high school graduates in an area other than that of an academic college. During the past schoolyear the school had a capacity enrollment of 445 stu- dents. Enrollment during the past ten years has been as follows: -4. Auto Mechanics Shop View - 1961 Top: Radio Lab View - 1945 Bottom: Electronics Lab View - 1961 Temporary shops moved in from Harvard Air Base in 1947. Part of this building is still being used by Building Construction Technology Department. 1951-52 ...... ........ 1 66 1952-53 ...... ........ 1 69 1953-54 .,,,,, ........ 2 54 1954-55 ...... ........ 3 22 1955-56 ...... ........ 3 60 1956-57 ...... ........ 3 89 1957-58 .,.... ........ 4 04 1958-59 ...... ........ 4 19 1959-60 ...... ........ 3 89 1960-61 ...... ...,,... 4 45 Since the beginning, the buildings, though ad- equate, left much to be desired as ideal facili- ties for vocational technical training. The build- ings used as homes for soldiers and sailors were converted to shops for training purposes. In 1946 and 1947, additional temporary facilities were provided through federal aid. This in- cluded temporary housing for married students and some used buildings moved in from evac- uated air bases Within a short distance of the school. These latter buildings are being used by the Building Construction Technology De- partment, Welding Technology Department, Metals'Technology Department, Basic Mechan- ics Department and a gymnasium. While these facilities served their purpose Well at the time, because of their frame structure they have become obsolete and hazardous. Buildings moved in from Harvard Air Base in 1947. At left is the current Metals Technology Department building. At right is the gymasium. - 1 rw:--In yvffgrf .-----1' snr- , L-. - -- -, wwf- r , --sr . V- .av-'-' - - , F ea W in N'-.Q.3'...iu HQ ' qv'f"l"f fl? FJ-f-if: ,J ,llh H' ,jr in ' 11212 f- l Ui," . , -5- Top: Nebraska Tech aerial view. 1958 Bottom: Nebraska Tech aerial view. 1961- Left: Nebraska Tech aerial view, 1947. Below: Nebraska Tech aerial view, 1951 In 1957, through an act of the Legisla- ture of Nebraska, the Nebraska Voca- tional Technical School was approved for a share of the state building fund levy. At that time, a ten-year building program was planned. Because of tor- nado damage in April, 1957, the school received an advance of Si5150,000 with which permanent facilities were con- structed for Auto Body Technology, Auto Mechancis Technology and Diesel Technology. In 1960, an additional new shop was constructed with money ac- cumulated through the building fund levy. In 1961, Senator H. K. Diers of the 24th district, sponsored a legislative bill, LB115, advancing S550,000 to the school to complete the building program. The bill was approved in the Legislature and signed into law by Governor Frank Morrison. It is hoped that the building program will be completed during the next biennium. ..5.. A heavy snow in 1953 caused this building used as gymna- sium to collapse. It was a frame structure moved in from the Harvard Air Base in 1947. Pictures below show damage done by a :tornado at Nebraska Tech in April, 1957. , .t ,,4f,,1.!.7. .lay gn- 1 .,,,uwa.,f: -'fly-ff -:WW ,H 1-A111551 s H U11 dll. t. ,qma- ,X A' ,..1-:ef-V ,.,:.r.f..a. - P' -1 ...L Y . I 3 del :dl fi During the history of the school it has not escaped trouble and near disaster. Several attempts were made, before the school was fully established, to close the school by legislative action. However, the attempts received very little legislative support, this showing a vote of confidence for vocational technical education. The 1957 tornado caused considerable damage and could have been the school's greatest disaster. 1- . ,.,t -. , f , ,1 .Q "A it "fl w, " QL gm 1 ,- uw-3 . . H -ze,-J-be V On the left are three department heads who have been at the school smce if opened in 1941 They are Cleft to right! Clifford Fieselman in Welding Technology Walter Benneif in Metals Technology and Joseph Armstrong in Aufo Mechanics Technology On the right is Lowell A Welsh Director of the school since 1945. Through the years the adminis- trative and instructional staff have had a great deal of influence on the success of the programs and of the graduates. Three department heads have been on the staff since the inception of the school. They are Cliffford Fieselman in Welding Technology, Joseph Armstrong in Auto Mechanics Technology and Walter Bennett in Metals Technol- ogy. Many others have spent ten or more years on the staff. J. R. Jewell served as Acting Director of the school from 1941 to 1945. In 1945, Lowell A. Welsh was appoint- ed as Director of the school and is still serving in that capacity. Under the careful and tireless direction of Mr. Welsh, the school has progres- sed from one with an enrollment of less than 10 to one with a current enrollment of 445. Under his ad- ministration the school has accom- plished many things. A few of these are: the change in the school name in 1957 from "Nebraska State Trade School" to "Nebraska Voca- tional Technical School", the ap- proval of federal aid in 1958 under the National Defense Education Act, 'the approval of building funds in 1957 under the state in- stitutional building fund levy and the dream of new facilities becom- ing a reality. -3- Governor Frank Morrison signs LB115. a bill advancing 5550.000 :to Nebraska Tech to complete the building program. Witnessing the signing are F. B. Decker. Commissioner of Education. Lowell A. Welsh. Tech Director and Cecil E. Stanley. Ass't. Commissioner for Vocational Education. The bill was signed in March. 1961. H. K. Diers-Introducer of 'LB115. advancing 5550.000 to Nebraska Tech. In May of this year, the Nebraska Vocational Technical School celebrated its twentieth anniversary. Never before in the history of the school has the future looked brighter. It is the conviction of those affiliated with the school that vocational technical education has been accepted as an in- tegral part of Nebraska's educational program. No longer will the school need to be placed in the unenviable "under- the-hee1" position in education. Its merits have been justi- fied and its future is undoubtedly secure. On the following pages are pictures of current staff members, students, departmental functions and other activi- ties in which students participate. 'vt . --" - 'I " ' qs" .. -- ., ,, -ee--, ei., .- ,,.. .,.N,,.,.,..fs,. . . ., QW? 111- . . 2 .ten . Hs gigs-,,,,, .,,l 4' 4 , D, ww--!,'-1.3.-:li-'gl' 1.1-3-,.1g., f.',,z'g,.?'.g,:,,:,: 5,mJ., -Ei-ww. 5.39. I 5-.35.5,, Y rl 3-52.13 Atxiqisga " - ., 1' ,- . ,-t ' ,"'f.g. afar- '. 't--.,1- :U-'ny ..a.gE,?., r--1-1.,,,5f,,.,.-... , LK ,, .,,pFy2.gr A..-503.5 su:.., '.l .-,vgmg - 1 'Y 1- mf't'H'Zr-4.. L'F"'L': in my-21,11-'fs?e1:ifmibM:Fa5lE" it .'I-SA-211. ' ' ' 'N A ff' -1 K- -..4. 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Lincoln R. Shaw. Lincoln M. Shunkwiler. Hastings E. Simon. Lincoln R. Stara. Bruno G. Sutton. Tucson. Ariz. D. Thavenet. Grand Island V. Tomasek. Clarkson E. Tuttle. Lincoln K. Udell. Burwell D. Umphres. Pickrell K. Wendell. Axtell S. Whitman. Venango J. Wilhelm. Elmwood R. Woelfle. Lincoln E. Young. Superior G. Andrew. Randolph K. Beftort. Salina. Kans. G. Bennett. Nebraska City T. Brown. Lincoln D. Fochtman. Gothenburg A. Fritz. Bartley G. Mathews. Imperial B. Mathis. Lincoln C. Mayhew. Los Angeles. Calif. G. McAfee. Imperial C. McLaurin. Fairbury M. Morhain. Grand Island D. Nelson. Lincoln N. Nelson. Columbus G. Roberts. Alma L. Russell. Arapahoe K. Stroup. Benkelman J. Vander Heiden.. Milford J. Ward. Burwell S. Wittstruck. Milford D. Crume. Nebraska City L. Eichelberger. Lincoln T. Ga.ber. Lincoln A. Heimann. Scribner D. Herrig. Odebolt. Ia. R. Hiebenthal. Herman D. Honeyman. Red Oak. Ia. E. Horacek. Brainard L. Huff. Nebraska City J. Humlicek. Linwood R. Hurt. Ulysses R. Johnson. Lincoln W. Jones. Grafton R. Kandler. Cozad D. Kernpkes. Bennet R. Kitchen. Lincoln R. Kramer. Milford L. Kussman. Lincoln R. Leach. Beatrice J. Lennart. Wayne R. Meyer. Fairbury G. Mills. Culbertson G. Mohrmann. Columbus E. Paben. Hampton C. Price. Wayne H. Puncochar. Grand Island A. Rauscher. Lincoln J. Ray. Lincoln J. Roberts. Kearney L. Roberts. Fremont S. Scott, Burwell R. Siems. Pickrell F. Smutny. Seward R. Suhr. Seward R. Sukovaty. Swanton Metals Technology. A -,gy L . 171. 4 A Q, , fi- in ,nh ,. ., ' V. . I. H ' N 3 , A, ng., ' Q Q w I an Hifi ' X-W . X 2X1 .,, N f i : xi x 'WW Z -: I '-, var-1. I, F- ' 'fini' f J 4 1 . K4 1 rm 1 rf . K w L 1 ' " 'LJAQ-.. ee Q "1 w .:.c.-y-f-4- 'Gif H' - J, . , 4 'wr X WSU. L- r I Es, 'Kimi .H+-W I E. 1' ,ml " .. . P 3 , -7 " 5 . V. ....,. V, "5f':.'.5:,, gg.. V' iii? 23- il sa.. 1 1 5 Eff fx .- 1. - r .1 Qu' ug,.jyrL.,.. Egtnf' 'hifi ,Isis R. . 'Q' E' mu. 1-.'-.f. - g...g'f .:.: .,,...,-,A J ..1.x,. ... . ... I I .H ,I 13 . 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Hamburg. Ia. W. Barger. Alliance M. Brown. Lincoln J. Dainton. Milford W. Green. Bartlett D. Hageman. Ithaca A. Harris. Torrington. Wyo. D. Hogsett. LaMar D. Kalivoda. Haddam. Kans. L. Koch, Bladen C. Myers. Hebron F. Nunns. Geneva J. Pagliano. Hastings L. Quick. Ceresco D. Taylor. Johnstown H. Vang. Wolbach L. Voet. Blue Springs F. Wait. Central City I. Wiz.e. Hayes Center Drafting Teclwnology g e -, l A l ll ! 3 B L. Anderson. Beatrice A-. if I I l l Q ,Z -Y l Q n. Bauch, Valentine l r'-' 'fi 3 rain, gr, 1 Iv" l I gi n yf . G E. Benolken. Omaha L Q... 1 , l Lo ,- 53.1 l ff '-1 D. Eberspacher. Seward rf- - L 2 -1 Q: 1 l ff' r ' A. Ewoldr. , Q p l --Ws,.'f l ' . 4 G, Grand Island ' W L r B W A wlf' 1 E L. Frei. Grand Island lk.. :RP 4:-Q 'W' 4- H J' 1 933 C. Hocking. Hooper 'sf ' - 2 f,- H. Ireland. Falls City Kr 'yi Eli' D. Klawonn. Bradshaw '7 g' - is 'N V I .V-N.. A. Klone. Bradshaw ' ' Q.-1 ,, . , A , Yr 'sl l l r . 9 R. Kness. Lincoln 'sae 1 lr 'R' lt' i A 7' L' l -,yi ir , ,, QL?-'9 'Pf- K. Koch. Dunbar r A - r 5,4 r .,, R. Krebsbach. Hastings l 1 ,-"A 5 .1 l D. Nicholas. Hastings Q K , l f is 'K M ,l G. Parker. Lincoln , ' - l gg HV fi' 'A A fill- , ff 21133. . , M V , ,..., V A v. Plager, Table Rock vc Q 'W F? rag. gif c. need. omaha r W 1 5 if D. Stuhr. Bradshaw - 'I' ' Q - Q Q "ff . t-1' W "" ' A W , Vw l-lorology 84 Jewelry Service Technology ' 1 D. Beeks. Norfolk N' l E 1 L T. Bergin, Tamara if sy l gl.. E. Elshof. Grand Island, ' "" f' 1 R. Hoffman. Hasiings l f ' C. LaRue. Downs. L l X Kans. . N Fi' if rf I R. Sauer, Brule r C-f rg, .eg l Gi! ' ' X V W. Thomas. Netawaka. Kans. 15 11 5, lr ii AX r wg. y -542 l T. while. Grand Island H W I-L Yaeger, Lincoln l Q , - fig Wx I .-25.. ,. i ef- -4 ' s , '4 '- 3. .- ry , ' W Eugene L. Harder. Dept. Head Top: Department Head Eugene Harder. lleftb, instructs Ron Schroeder of Wynot and Harvey Mead of Friend on body alignment. Center: Instructor Wayne Henrichs. Ksecond from rightl. discusses door construction with a group of first year students. Bottom: Wheel balancing job being completed by William Veal of Benkel- man and Bob Brunke of Campbell. -25- L , 1 1 .' -u. A 35 . .ef Joseph H. Armstrong. Dept. Head Top: Richard Obermiller of Loup City and Galen Merchen of Crofton examine new tune-up equipment. Center: Instructor Richard Hauner. Kleftl, explains generator circuit to Larry Lusk of McCook. Robert Sayles of Grand Island, Rairnonds Tontegode of Lincoln and Hon Liston of Nickerson. Bottom: Gerald Smith of Churdan. Iowa. and Glen Evans of Berwyn over- haul automatic transmission valve unit under the supervision of Instructor Jack Armstrong. lrightl. -271 Building Construction Technology Hilton L. Petersen. Dept. Head Top: Don Bronzynski of Winside work- ing on scale model of house designed in building construction architectural class. Center: Practical application of car- pentry, theory applied in home con- struction. The house was constructed to be sold and moved. Bottom: Department Head H. L. Peter- sen. Krighti, instructs Terry Browna- well of Wymore and Lyle Kroeger of Bird City. Kansas. on framing funda- mentals. -28- XQA Higgs... 3 George O. Anderson, Dept. Head Top: Instructor Charles Glover. lcen- terl, explains engine functions to Larry Krupicka of Tobias and Melra Luft ot Grand Island. Center: Lawren Brodd -of Lincoln and Roger Williams of Aurora make diesel fuel pump adjustments through use of test bench. Bottom: Department Head George Anderson. fcenterl, explains diesel fuel pump system to Jack Ochsner of Hast- ings, Rod Hughes of Lynch, Clifton Diesel Technology A , ..n .Y T 1 . : -QL' rv ,..... ...wwem f 1 ,g - v V - -r. bv- ig. 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V w Q Avi, , ,wx fm 31 WEZJ'-'ll -' 1' 2 i gg 'V ' Z ,' ' r, ' E?'Q5'1"l'1.L..5'-,.' - 'mama-, "ff ', ' Wi V- 'f u W 7 --4 .1 5-+, ,fi.- 3 nd KT Fl in 4, JV -51 he "' fi"-' 21- ,gs n j' gl. 1 . Y pe ., ,,,,..,iT.., . Ag.n.? ,2 ,w.,l,5, U - U B 55, 35,1 esta: mst- 1 j, ' -- F W- lb. iiQ"'f' . 'K 1' . 'ff ' e .Ti I' It c , I w 1 X wx- 1 V ffaqb xx . i '- ,,4m"" ,..- Y l go. 1 ml!- C -i 1411 .an ,V X'-wvf r-so - ' f--' 4- --" 'M-f'---M --- - Tia Leland C. Taggart, Dept. Head Top: Classroom view. Center: Robert Bauch of Valentine. Gary Parker of Lincoln and Larry Frei of Grand Island operate printing machine in Drafting Department. Botton: Department Head Leland Taggart explains transit fundamentals to David Nicholas of Hastings. Daryl Klone of Bradshaw. Dennis Klawonu of Bradshaw and Dennis Stuhr of Bradshaw. -30- Harold Bastron. Dept. Head Top: Osborn Patterson of Powell. Wyoming. Charles Obert of Omaha and Arlan Sherman of Genva operate electric motor dynamometer. Center: Department Head Harold Bastron. lrightl. explains use of oscil- loscope to Dennis Kornelson of Hend- erson and Fred Grothe of Sutton. Bottom: Charles Obert of Omaha and Larry Imhoff of Guide Rock wire switch panel. .31- Electronics Technology 'QL i fi" 3 i I ov' 7,1 1'- . ,W J, ,fm 'ug ..., :Vi 1: f . 1 21223: :::- . -.-e- . . , -,.-.nh rs, A1 - 'v.1 ., T1-1, . u -IW 1 .45 .I:Iy1!.-J, 5-IJ--,, L, :mg---, f- 1 ,, mi, Howard H. Gatliff. Dept. Head Top: Instructor Lester McCoxmel1. lleftl, views work of Eugene Burmeist- er of Ellsworth, Kansas, and Gene Sutton of Tucson. Arizona. Center: Department Head Howard Gatliff. Ksecond from leftl. discusses test equipment problems with Ervin Dvorak of Seward, John Cummings of Guide Rock and Mike Kennedy of McCook. Bottom: Jim Kearns of Rushville and David Jandebeur of Sutherland work out basic electronics problem. x' 11 N X W X ' 32 I - ,,.t . V . , iq , , gf-H ,. ,QV '. X ' fl 'ff' . " ' I 155. i?'EiEi3,, N W fx ' new-A Ji? 9: ps itch-, .1214 " ,-'i- we in Walter A. Bennett. Dept. Head Top: Metals Technology drafiing class- room. Center: Frank Smuiny of Seward operating a Bridgeport mill. Bottom: A proieci being completed on a cylindrical grinder by Richard Suhr of Seward. 133.- Metals Technology . nu Horology 84 Jewelry Service Technology ,,-.., ,....,.e,.- -- ,.-.-, W. -.,..-..g..,-3. Wxllxam J Yost Dept Head Top Department Head Wxllzam Yost lleftl explarns watch functrons to Todd Whrte of Grand Island Don Beeks of Norfolk Bob Sauer of Brule Tom Bergm of Tamora and Ed Elshof of Grand Island Center Department Head Wrllram Yost. fnghtl, demonstrates lathe opera- tion to Walter Thomas of Netawaka. Kansas. Bottom: Bob Hoffman of Hastings on a watch project. 134- Refrig. 84 Air-Cond. Technology -... 4 Merlin E. Maxwell, Dept. Head 'Tops Jason Vander I-Ieiden of Milford adjusts thermostat for a cooling unit. Center: Department Head Merlin Max- well, fright! explains refrigeration theory to George Roberts of Alma and Tony Brown of Lincoln. Bottom: Dale Fochtman of Gothenburg repairs small refrigeration unit. -35- umzcr-vw.,cr,.4u,,,, . Welding Technology ,w '- I . Clifford C. Fieselmari. Dept. Head Top: Instructor Al Havener. lrightl. instructs Larry Koch of Bladen and Dennis Kalivoda of Haddam. Kansas, on the use of a traverse tester. Center: Department Head Clifford Fieselman Ceeccmd from righti. adjusts welding machine for Harold Vang of Wolbach. Dale Brown of Lincoln and Floyd Wait ot Central City. Bottom: Hobart Factory Representative demonstrates new automatic welder. .-36... T Student Council Richard N. Athen Welding Tech. Secretary Second Semester E. Elshof D. Fochtman I-Iorology Tech. Refrig. Tech. 454. N T. Halbert R. Christensen Bldg. Const. Tech. Basic Mech. First Semester Richard C. Johnson Metals Tech. President .2 'L , U 1 Il , gm, " -Q4 , , nal 1 .FI-2-Rn:ff..' 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William J. Bamer Electronics Tech. Lester C. McConnell Electronics Tech. ' Lewis W. Osborn Electronics Tech. James C. Power Metals Tech. 'twirl ' 'V' .1 j j E ...u ., 1-75 In U x v ' ' -' 'ex xy w , ' X fu s ma Q ' lax W F N b G my gf vigi l abr 'VIP-ss. . 6-,Z eu . gpg. - 4. if Ei 'Ei Auxiliary Heads Glenn B. Weaver Engineer Kenneth L. Eicher Dormitory Manager William R. Bender Cafeteria Manager Donald L. Williams Inventory Clerk Dell Schlegel Stock Clerk Lewis Meinberg Stock Clerk David M. Sheets Buildings 8: Grounds Ted T. Roth Buildings 8: Grounds ..40.. 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T. -1 -, W , , ,, n .N "2 .V Zi! 1 Q! l new-mr 1 -L .., . f I Q A "V - fig-if fr if Wg. ll- INTRAMURAL BOVv'LING CHAMPS DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Group picture: Standing, lleft to rightl Dennis Klawonn of Bradshaw. Alan Ewoldt of Grand Island and Larry Frei of Grand Island. Front row: David Nicholas of Hastings and David Eberspacher of Seward. Top to bottom: Roger Kness of Lincoln. Gary Parker of Lincoln and Dennis Stuhr of Bradshaw. N INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL RUNNERS UP ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Back Row: Cleft to right! Harlan Fang- meyer of Reynolds, Earl Kunz of Murdock and John Cummings of Guide Rock. Front row Gary Brunke of Campbell, Dick Ahrenholtz of Defiance. Iowa. Le- land Worrell of Stamford and Ron Rist of Humboldt INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL RUNNERS UP ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Back row Cleft to rxghtl Dennis Kornel- son. of Henderson Marvin Damme of Lin- coln Jun Kearns of Rushville, Gary Brunl-:e of Campbell David Jandebeur of Sutherland and Ron Stara of Bruno. Front row Ken Bottcher of Syracuse. Ron Rist of Humboldt Fred Grothe of Sutton, Art Sackett of Milford. Victor Tomasek of Clarkson Wayne Conroy of Lincoln and Jim Harms of Syracuse. -43 . n - I . 0 1 1 1 1 . 1 n 4 :Li,Z it , is-an - ,L i School Dance H Watermelon Feed Coffee Break if , il 1 , We ,,, ,, 1 .11 J , V 3:0 Q all 1 it ,53 ' ' 2. .gfN4f'5!i li . 'L il E J ii ' r 'T Wai to-175' .f op oi iw H 5 , l H iieixx... - ggzg f , is .H 11: :L - i i i o r e Q, it l f x --ft 'i'-'iii' , ' -' "1 ' iff-'?m'i hifi: W 'ii ' " 1 '34-W i wgaiiwii. it , g mm 133, , . Z W f ii ii gi - Y Y - 'wif ,,,. T i 4' n f T:--L:-aj 1 - . . X-iviqf 5' hi , ' 7 Y- 1 ' -i Q 4 jg . 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