To steel concrete
sand and clay To granite
and oak to time to days to
years To work sweat and pain
To dreams To no one man, but to all
men who have made NHS great To these
tangibles and intangibles the 1956 Indian is dedicated
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MR BOSCH MR JOHNSON
Social Science English
Commerce Physical Education
IRIN J H DUNCAN
6th and 7th Grades
MRS BOSCH MISS KBLM
hth and Sth Grades 2nd and 3rd Grades
lst and 2nd Grades
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UAH Cheerleader 1
Basketball 1 2 3
Paper Staff 2 h
Annual Staff h
Class Plays 3 h
Glee Club 1 2 3 h
Student Council 2
Band 3 h
Girls State 3
Accompanist 1 2
DENNIS WINKL JR
Class Plays 3 h
Basketball 1 2-3 D
Baseball 1 2 3 h
Paper Staff b
Basketball 1 2 3
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Annual Staff h
Class Plays 3 L
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Trio 3 h
Band 3 h
Girls State 3
Student Counc1l 1
Annual Staff h
Student Council l 3 h
Letterman's Club l 2 3 h
Class Plays 3-h
Annual Staff h Basketball 1-2-3
Class Plays 3-h Baseball 1-2
Class President 2 Paper Staff L
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Band 2 Vice President l-h
DALE QUINNELL LKE
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Ch" Play' 3 I4 VIRGINIA SNIDER
Glee Club 1 2 3 h
Basketball 1 2 3
FRANK THOM SON 'B' Team Cheerleader GARY DOUVILLE
Class President h
Class Plays 2 ls
Annual Staff h
Girls State 3
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In September of 1951, fourteen ngreen' Freshmen stepped on the f1TSt rung
of the ladder to hngher education These Freshmen were Rlchard Vosper, V1rg1n1a
Snlder, Judy Kaln, Marlene Kelm, Frank Thompson, Sarah Stenberg, George Mondor,
Dennls Wlnkler, Gary Douvllle, Dale Qulnnell, Beverly Snlder, Chloe Trenbeath,
Dean Kelm, and Vernon Hlldebrant Before the year was over, George Mondor and
Sarah Stenberg dropped out of our class
Our f1rst b1g hurdle was 1n1t1ation, which we surv1ved with only a few min
or brulses We chose our flrst class offlcers to be Presldent, Judy Kain, V
Presldent, Vernon Hlldebrant, Secretary Treasure, Beverly Snlder, and Student
Councll representatives, Dennls W1nkler and Marlene Kelm We selected Judy Ka1n
and Frank Thompson as Carnlval Queen and Klng candldates
In October of 1952, we got our revenge on the new ngreenhorns' Our class
officers were President, Dick Vosper, V President, Dale Qulnnell, Secretary
Treasure, V1rg1n1a Sn1der, and Student Counc1l representat1ves, Dennls Wlnkler
and Judy Kaln Marlene Kelm was Carnival Queen candldate and Dennis W1nkler was
staged the play 'We Shook the Family Treen whlch was a great success We had
the basketball concesslons uStardustn was the theme of our unlque prom
Neva furnlshed the muslc
Our class offlcers were Presldent, Beverly Snlder, V Pres1dent, Dale Qu1n
nell, Secretary Treasure, Chloe Trenbeath Two members of our class were chosen
as Homecoming Queen candldates, Judy Ka1n and Marlene Kelm Student Council re-
presentat1ve was Dennis W1nkler
Ne began the last step of our journey w1th only ten members Chloe Tren
beath transfered to Grand Forks and Beverly Sn1der got married
Our class offlcers were Presldent, V1rg1n1a Sn1der, V President, Vernon
H1ldebrant, Secretary Treasur , D1ck Vosper, and Student Councll representatlve
was Dennis W1nkler
Our sen1or play, nMan or Mousen, was also a huge success Our Class Night
was h1ghly ente ta1n1ng sen1or tr1p was enjqnd by all
We began our junior year without Dean Kelm who transfered to Crookston. We
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We, the senlors of '56 , located 1n the c1ty of Neche, ln se Ion 31 of
townshlp fl6b N R 53 W , on the h9th parallel, at 97 S longltude, be1ng of
sound minds and bodles, hereby bequeath our last Wlll and Testament to our
I, DALE QUINNELL, do w1ll my pony skln shoes to Kenneth Sagert and my curl
lng 1ron to Gary Werner
I, FRANK THOMPSON, do w1ll my western style s1nging to Arlys Kaln and my
'Casanova' ways to Denn1s Horgan
I, MARLENE KELM, do w1ll my double ch1n to Gale Watts and my ab1l1ty to
play the trumpet to Richard Anderson
I, VERNON HILDEBRANT, do w1ll my false tooth to Ronald Johnson and my whls
kers to Stanley Hughes' npeach fuzzn
I, JUDY KAIN, do w1ll m pep to Barbara Alvestad and my music ab1l1ty to
I, RICHARD VOSPER, do w1ll my ab1l1ty to f1x electrlcity to Allen Kelm and
my manly build to Bllly Relmer
I, VIRGINIA SNIDER, do H111 my power to get an engagement rlng before I
grad ate to V1v1an Kreamer and my helght to Al1ce Symlngton.
I, FRED ELKE, do w1ll my co-operatlve tactlcs to Wendell Rene and my tramp-
olinlng skill to Charles Hughes.
I, GARY DOUVILLE, do w1ll my conce1t to Gary Werner and my n1ce red blush
to Mr. Duncan.
I, DENNIS WINKLER, do will my co-ordination to Rlchard Anderson and my love
for women to Dennis Horgan.
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Ne, the senlors of 1996, feel that we should strlve for or1g1nal1ty ln our
class brag Thus, we w1ll not brag but state only facts
FITSC we w1ll 11st the 1nd1v1dual tralts of our outstandlng class
It has been a secret untll now, but be1ng that Gary Douvllle 1S graduat1ng,
we feel we owe lt to h1m to unvell h1s unt1l now h1dden talent You see, Gary,
wlth h1s great arch1tectura1 ab1l1ty, deslgned and layed the plans for the
bu1ld1ng of our gymnasium
The board of educatlon has gust lnformed us that they are gO1H5 to sell the
trampollne Because there w1ll never be anyone to replace our great trampollne
art1st, Fred Elke, they have no further need of lt
The teachers are 1n a great turmoil! They cannot declde what to do
great executlve, Vernon H1ldebrant, w1ll not be here to balance the budget of
the school, so they are afrald the financlal status w1ll slowly but surely de
The world w1de d1scuss1on of late has been, what will happen to the Neche
SymphOH1C Orchestra after the two great trumpeteers, Judy Ka1n and Marlene Kelm,
As of late, Dennls Wlnkler and Frank Thompson have found themselves buried
1n mall, rang1ng from athletic scholarshlps to ardent pleas to attend their res
pective colleges They all want to take top honors 1n the1r conferences and
wlthout Dennls and Frank, they real1ze that thls w1ll be impossible
These last few days we spend 1n Neche Hlgh, we flnd M Gulbrandson weeplng
and lamentlng over the fact that h1s High School Glee Club w1ll never be the
same w1thout Vlrginla to 'hold upn the alto section
The world has been searchlng for someone t replace Dr Albert E1nste1n
S1306 h1S recent death They need search no further We have the man of h1s
lntellectual power, namely Rlchard Vosper
The most pTOmiS1Ug candldate to make the f1rst tr1p to the moon 15 our
space mlnded Dale Culnnell He w1ll solve all the problems now faclng the Atom
1C nnergy COmmlSS10D
After our f1rst performance of 'We Shook the Famlly Tree', Broadway was
Hpoundlng on our do They wanted us to tour urope Wlth our great play, but
we declded agalnst thls, because the hardshlps to the residents of Neche would
be too great
he senlors have dlscovered a new era 1n 1Ht6T10P decorat1ng Our prom was
the basns for these 1deas that have ga1ned us m1ll1on dollar royalt1es
we hope that we have not degraded our underclassmen in any way we real
ize that they can never hope to meet our standards
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May 2hth, 1966 I flew to New York C1ty where I met Gary Douvllle He was re
vlewlng w1th h1s englneers hls blue prlnts for a 20h story bullding He made
sure everythlng was 1U order so that he could leave on a tr1p wlth me, Cenator
Rlchard Vosper of North Dakota, Wh1Ch is now the leadlng state of the union
We hopped in my atomlc car and left for the Unlted Nat1ons, where we met
Marlene Keln, who 1S head f all nurslng aCt1V1ty as we know lt at thls tlme
Qhe lnformed us that Vernon Hlldebrant was teachlng 1n RUSS13 He had enl1ght-
ened the COmMMUlStS to the ways of Democracy Ne have marvelled at h1s great
lntelllgence 1n handllng thl matter
After maklng a tour of the Unlted Natlons, we left for Washlngton, D C
Here we met Frank Thompson at the Pentagon He 1S a 6 star General 1n charge of
lnterplanetarlan operatlons He had gust sent Dale Qulnnell on an expedltlon to
Rajefarera, the new planet, whlch Frank had named after h1s classmates Incld
entally, lt 1S the comblnatlon of our mlddle lU1t131S
Slnce a cold spell h1t us 1n Washlngton, we declded to leave for Florlda
where we could bask 1n the sun We headed stralght for the beach, where we ran
lUt0 Mr and Mrs EPV1U Lardy and famlly Mrs Lardy was formerly our clasmate,
V1rg1n1a Snlder They were on thelr second honeymoon and were enjoylng th
wealth of prevlous buslness ventures We left them there engoylng thelr happy
we started out for Mexlco C1ty We thought lt mlght be enjoyable to attena
a bull f1ght We found one was scheduled for 3 OO, so we dec1ded to attend
Just before the commencement of the ma1n feature the crowd went sllent
heads turned toward the maln entrance In came the greatest erecutlve known to
man, namely Dennis Wlnkler After the event Dennls 1hV1t9d us to his plush a
partment Fred Elke, h1s pr1vate barber, came 1n to d1TeCt h1s dally shave
We departed for the last stop of our Journey whlch was Los Angeles
swltched on our radlo at the outskirts of thls great c1ty We caught the last
part of the news They were announclng that Judy Ka1n had Just won the natlon
wide electlon for Supt of Schools th oughout earth
Gary and I returned to B1smarck where we parted Gary went back to New
York and I went back to my farm
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Dorls Elke Judy HUEUSS
Comme Vosper Pat Douvnlle
Ralph Stegman Vlvian Kre8I'16P
Not plctured Edna Mondor
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2ND RUN E DeFoe, P Vosper, J Herzog, C Hughes, R Kam
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Sixth - Seventh Grade
1ST RON J Vondel, P Qulnnell, L Y-Iughes, C Kain, S Knowles, P W1nk1er,
J Vollrath, L Zlmmer, L DeFoe, F Menke
ZND RON Mr Puppe, W Luplen, H Douvllle, R Thompson, D Watts, L Ander
son, E Stegman, B W1nk1er, G DeFoe, G Snlder
L ouenther, B Morrlson, M Rene, H Z1mmer
Fourth - Fifth Grade
1ST RCM Mrs Bosch, P w1l1i8lll8, C Ertman, B Glenn, C Weiss, L Trenbeath,
2ND RCW Z Wllliams, C Morris, A Kain, D Vosper, K Cameron, M Trenbeath,
R Rene, L Lupien
3RD RUN R Reimer, M Knowles , R Herzog, C Vollrath, W Lembke, N Guenther
3RD RON - D. Menlze, L. Guenther, R. Pohl, B. Reimer, K. Trenbeath, K. Zimmer,
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Second -Third Grade
A Wlrtz, D Morrlson, T Trenbeath, R Schledorn, B Lup1en, J Tren
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Bartlett, C Weiss, D Menke, D Vollrath, S Thacker, V Molstad,
Rene, G Schweltzer
1ST ROW A Lupien, T Krause, L Menke, J Auger, J Weiss, S Cameron, R N111
1ams, Miss Evanson
2ND ROW G Puppe, M Bonaime, S Vondal, S dirtz, S Herzog, B Lupien, G
Proudlove, J H ntz
BRD RON G Bartlett, H Auger, N Kain, A Douvllle, T Horgan, D D'Hei11y, B
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3RD ROW - J. Lupien, M. Horgan, R. Schweitzer, D. Geres, T. Vosper, R. Williams,
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SITTING G Douville, B Trenbeath, J Kain, M Koh, V Hildebrant, J Alvestad
STANDING Fr Gulbrandson, D Winkler, R Vosper, P Symington, V Snider
Ass 't Editor
Bus. Managers. . . . . .Vernon Hildebrant
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SITTING W Rene, M Kelm, J Kain, G Herzog, J Hughes
STANDING B Trenbeath, A Kain, D Guenther, D Horgan, V Hildebrant,
R Anderson, J Alvestad, P Symington, P. Vosper, J Hvidsten,
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Adv1sor Mr J Duncan
L Vunkler, f' Vosper, V Horgan, H Anderson, F.. DeFoe
D. Winkler, D. Ouinnell .
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131 ROW E Stegman, D Flke, J Trenbeath, N Kelm, K HV1dStED, J Alvestad,
N Rene, L Wlnkler, Accompanlst J Kaln
ZVD RCW! A Berard, J Vollrath, A Kain, C Vosper, J Vosper, L Vollrath,M
Kleln, P Vosper, J Qtegman
BHD RG! DlT9CtOT Mr Gulbrandson, V Snlder, S Luplen, B Alvestad, E DeFoe,
J HV1dSt9H, J Hughes, S Langton, D Guenther
TRI bOPHANO SOLOIST
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SAXAPHONES J HV1dSb9D, B Alvestad, S Jenson, F Vosper
rLUT L Anderson
BASS TNSTRUN WTS N Kle1n, B Helner, D Horgan
TRONBONJS R Drtman, B Trenbeath
CORON TS M Kelm, J Kaln, K Trenbeath, B Helmer, R Anderson
DRUMS M Pene, J Alvestad, P Vosper, K Hvldsten
DIRFFTOH Mr Gulbrandson
Billy Trenbeath Richard Anderson Julle Trenbeath Dennis Horgan
Junior Class Pla
Mrs Burton Charlene Horgan
Clara Vivian Kreamer
Hr Burton Billy Trenbeath
Donny Burton -Gerald Herzog
ueraldlne Burton Judy Hughes
Barbara Burton Judy Alvestad
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NPARVNTS AR' LIKE
Ross dheeler Dennls Horgan
Fretos Connle Vosper
Mrs Wheeler Sandra Langton
Mayor Hanson Wendell Rene
Della Diana Guenther
D1P6CtOP Mr L P Johnson
Hwant me to show youon
"I'1l crack lt over your cranlum 'Oh DOH-Qld, d0n'ff be S0 silly "
WWe're not ready to make the nMy plcture w1ll show your heads
announcempnts . N awfully C1038 toget her u U
J Miggenthal Hart
Sensor Class Play
UMAN OR MOUSEN
Henry 0g16V16 Vernon Hlldebrant
Artis L Thorpe Gerald Herzog
Rosemary Lawrence Vlrginia Snider
Phoebe Hornblow .Janice Vosper
iank Hornblow Frank Thompson
Director L Johnson
Quick! Tie him upon nwhat are you? A man or a mouse?'
'The president! Oh!!' 'Beaut1ful, Miss Hornblow N
'Would you like to hear me sing '
IRLS PHYSICAL EDUC TION
BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION
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Sec Treas , R Johnson, Presf D Wlnkler, V Pres R Stegman
2ND ROW Advlsor Mr L C Johnson,W Rene, D Nelson, F Thompson,B Tren
heath, A Kelm, Advlsor Mr R Bosch
Snlder, L Guenther, K Thompson, K Trenbeath, K Zlmmer, Coach-M C Puppe
R Ka1n, D Watts, L DeFoe, F Menke, B Lup1en
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Valedictorian Marlene Kelm Salutatorian Jurh Kain
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Guard -Melvin Stark Guard Billy Trenbeath
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