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v Asslstant Ed1tor RUTH DA LE Presented by THE SENIOR CLASS 1959 of NEWARK COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Eduor Buslness Manager ALAN HOLVERSOR LARRY OLSON In this the New Ark O of 1959 may the cover be opened and may the light of four years work and fun be vlewed Look upon these pages at the faculty fellow classmates sports and many activities As you view thrs ma terlal realrze that the staff has spent a lot of ttme and effort ln preparrng thts book and hopes you cherrsh the memorres rt beholds Our partlcrpatron as a class was marked four years ago as the door was wrdely opened to our freshman class Memorres both good and bad filled the next four years Our vorces deepened our strrdes increased our mrndswere Our footsteps will no longer be heard throughout the corrrdors Our vorces wrll no longer rrng loudly tn the halls No our steps wlll be drrected tnvarr ous paths all over the globe Our vorces wlll now and hereafter loudly and proudly acclaim the frnlshed products of N H S Yes the door behrnd us closes Memories lrnger and llve every day The echos rmgmg rn N H S are those of the class of 59 Our work ts frnrshed here and as we look on the better and greater tasks rn the future we hope to achreve greater accomplrshments. . . ' exposed to leaming. The once opened door is now closing behind us. XM WW Wifi ffm? PJ my 7525? 21159 iam 'LSXQQ QQ 710-fu-rvvlf Q? Ohgy ' GMyU'frff Q A V o Ss Ovkngax In order to show our appreciation to our friend former teacher and advisor we the uual to Mr Robert E Brown class of '59, are happy to dedicate this an- ADMINIS TRA TION I "-WK MR GLENN Superintendent Congratulations to the Class of 1959! In parting Iwlsh to pass on thts bit of lnforma tlon whtch will serve as a guldepost to your future success ' at To have faith in the dlgnlty and worth of the individual man as an end in himself, to belleve it is better to be governed by persuasion than by the coercion . . . to believe that ln the long run all values are insepa rable from the love of truth and the dlsln terested search for lt to believe that knowl edge and the power it confers should be used to promote the welfare and happiness b of all men rather than to serve the inter ests of those individuals and classes whom fortune and intelligence endow with tem porary advantage MRS DONNA THORSON High School Secretary ' geared SEATED Forrest Chrtstlan President Leonard Nelson lay Knudson Secretary Emtl Johnson STANDING Mr Glenn Gerald Hrlt Lew1sDterzen Homer Norem Sedan! Zaw-wi SEATED Merton Bromeland S R Anderson Secretary Russell I-Iolverson President Roy Johnson STANDING Mr Glenn Rlchard Cook Howard Chnstlan Marvm Thurow : 1 2 1 1 1 . I . , g , . ,M A -L S '1'-1' 5 1 - - 1 2 1 - I 1 1 1 1 EMD' 5311 STANDING G Lowery A Helgeson E Weeks SEATED C Vogen E Anderson of Clarence Ness Randall Tu FACULFL J xfj Mathematics -, -fl -s-F" SHERWIN GILBERTSON ix I, ' WAYNE GILBERTSON Commerce Boys Physical Education Soc1al Science Dnver Trammg Coach 11-J ,. ELK. V PATRICK MALONE 52 I cac- ' S . . . x X C6 911 in f' frww , . i PHILLIP FREDERICK Sc xence HAROLD BURROW English I II Social Sclence Assistant Coach A FK ff , GEORGE RICHTER xx if X 7 Agriculture o f 'Icux-'Y f , f cf U9 il CORA HILL ELIZABETH GOSSETT English III IV Home Economics Spanish MXWIIIIQ 1 mine S IOANNA FRYE Commerce Girls Physical Education SENIORS J X Ugwow SEATED Phyllis Lundy Vice President Lorraine Thompson Secretary Alan Holver son President STANDING Janet Walker Treasurer Floyd Dxerzen Reporter Mr Malone Advrsor CLASS MOTTO Success can be best measured by satlsfactlon CLASS COLORS Lavender and Whtte FLOWER Orchid g U Q Q yzszg s Q Oli 'Us sms ' PHYLLIS LUNDY Class Secretary 2 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Student Councrl 3 Mxxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Grrls' Chorus 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent4 Octet 1 Sextet 2 3 4 State 2 3 Tno 3 Vocal Solo 1 3 4 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 Edrtor 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Pro jects Charrman 2 Vrce Pres1dent 3 Pres1dent 4 Pep Club 3 4 Secretary 3 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Llbranan 4 You re Tellmg Me 3 Basketball Queen 4 DAR 4 ALAN HOLVERSON Class President 1 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent 2 Bas ketball 1 2 3 4 Co-Captam 2 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Pres1dent 4 Solo 1 2 3 4 State 3 4 Tno 1 2 3 4 State 3 4 New Ark-O 4 Ed1tor4 As srstant Edrtor 3 Sclence Club 1 2 3 4 Vrce Pres ident 3 Secretary Treasurer 4 School Photog rapher 3 4 Assistant 2 Lrbranan 4 LORRAINE THOMPSON Class Pres1dent 2 Reporter 1 Student Coun c1l 3 Secretary 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Grrls' Chorus 1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Secretary4 Sextet 3 4 State 3 Octet 2 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 1 4 FHA 2 3 4 Recreat1on Chauman 3 Hrstorlan 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Treasurer 3 L1 branan 4 You re Tellmg Me 3 It s Never Too Late 4 DA VID MA TTESON Student Council 3 4 Parlramentanan 4 Bas ketball 1 2 3 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 3 Prestdent 4 IA NET WALKER Reporter 2 Treasurer 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 G1rls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Sextet 3 4 State 3 Octet 2 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 H1SIOfi3.l'l 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Lzbranan 3 4 You re Telling Me 3 It's Never Too Late 4 NAOMI OLSON Class Treasurer 1 Student Council 2 4 Sec retary 4 Class Secretary 3 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Grrls Chorus 1 2 3 4, Band 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Vice Presldent 4 Trio 3 Sextet 2 3 4 State 2 3 Clarinet Quartet 3 State 3 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Libranan 3 It's Never Too Late 4 CONLEY IACOBSON Class Treasurer 3 Basketball 1 Manager 3 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Boys Chorusl 2 Bandl 2 3 New Ark-O4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 You re Tellrng Me 3 It s Never Too Late 4 ALICE JOHNSON Mixed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Sextet 3 4 State 3 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 Assistant Editor 4 FHA 1 Scrence Club 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Libranan 3 You re Tellrng Me 3 It's Never Too Late 4 FLOYD DIERZEN Class Reporter4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 234 M1xedChorus1 234 Bandl 2 34 Solo 2 4 Quartet 4 State 4 Boys Chorus 1 New Ark-O 4 Science Club 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Vice Presrdent 4 You re Tellmg Me 3, It's Never Too Late 4 SANDRA COCKREAM Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Girls' Choms 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 PepClub1 2 3 4 DAVID BERGE Class Vice President 1 3 Mixed Chorus 1 2 3 Boys Chorus 1 2 Band 1 2 4 Quartet 4 State 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Vice Presrdent 4 Green Hand President 1 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 MARY GAUER M1xed Chorus 1 3 Grrls Chorus 1 3 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 Art Edttor 4 FHA 1 3 4 PepClub1 2 3 PA UL BERMEL New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 VERNON HILT Student Counc1l 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Co Captain 2 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 BEVERLY HUTCHINSON Student Counc1l 1 4 Pres1dent 4 Mtxed Cho rusl 2 34 G1rls'Chorus1 2 3 4 Bandl 2 dent Counc1l Rep 4 ProJects Chatrman 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 Llbranan 4 Norsemen Notes 4 You re Tellmg Me 3 lt's Never Too Late 4 1 v U ' X Sextet 3, 4, State 3: Trio 3: FHA 1,2, 3,43 Stu- Il I ' n . n lv l LA RRY OLSON Basketball 1 2 4 Mixed Chorus 1 2 New Ark-O 4 Busmess Manager 4 Scrence Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary 3 President 4 You re Telling Me 3 It s Never Too Late 4 BETTY NESS New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 GEORGE HOLLENBACK Student Counctl 4 Vrce President 4 Basket ball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Boys Chorus 1 2 Band 1 2 3 4 New Ark-O 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Reporter 3 Student Councll Rep 4 You're Tellmg Me 3 It's Never Too Late 4 BE VERLY Z INK Kansas Crty 1 Mmooka 2 Mrxed Chorus 3 4 Guls Chorus 3 4 New Ark-O4 Campus Chatte1'4 FHA 3 4 LINDA RIC HERT Band 1 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 Pep Club 3 Librarian 2 3 4 THOMAS IACOBSON Basketball 2 3 4 Manager 1 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 Boys Chorus 1 2 New Ark-0 4 Scrence Club 1 2 3 4 WENDELL PETERSON Class Reporter 3 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chat ter 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 Reporter 4 MARCIA JOHNSON 4 Campus Chatter 4 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 HENRY NESS Basketball 1 2 3 New Ark-O 4 Campus Chatter 4 Mixed Chorus 1: Girls' Chorus lg New-Ark-O ,VALQ JUNIQRS f x SEATED Mr Fredenck I Pladers W House R. Dale J Bedeker L Heggen FIRST ROW S Olson S Ness P Knudson P Koska B Iohnson P Wllllamson P Wlssmlller P Fru land SECOND ROW B Peterson B Anderson R Chapman S Peterson F Nagel P Mathre I Benson BACK ROW M Martin M Nelson I Anderson J Bermel G Hall D Holverson N Krogstad C Swanson CLASS OF 60 In the fall of 56 all of NCHS became aware of 39 new vlvaclous freshmen They passed through Basic Tralmng wtth flying colors and elected their officers as Ruth Dale President Reporter and Marcra Nelson their Student Councll member Mlss Woller and Mr Wayne Gll bertson presided as advlsors and Ruth Dale and Pat Koska represented their class as Cheerleaders NCHS accepted the returning 36 sophomores the next fall wlth these leaders Wesley House President Irene Pladers Vlce President David Holverson Secretary Ruth Dale Treasurer Sl Peterson Reporter and wlth Judy Bedeker and Barbara Peterson as Student Councll members They were advtsed by Mrs Garner and Mr Wayne Gllbertson Three fourths of the cheerlead tng squad was composed of their glrls Ruth Dale Irene Pladers and Lynn Heggen Thls past year 31 Junlors sponsored by Mr Frederick had an eventful year as upperclassmen Thelr leaders were Wesley House Presrdent Irene Plakers Vlce Presldent Ruth Dale Secretary Judy Bedeker Treasurer Lynn Heggen Reporter and Marcia Nelson and Btll Johnson thelr rep resentatlves in Student Council For the second year ln a row Ruth Dale Irene Planders and Lynn Heggen have been cheerleaders Thelr play The Skeleton Walks was a success as were their tncreased efforts to raise money to produce the prom QQQQ 95542 Wesley House, Vice Presldentg Lynn Heggen, Secretaryg Iudy Bedeker, Treasurerg Dennls Holland H S UPH OM ORE f K SEATED B Anderson D Jones P Dierzen R Stuckl M Larson FIRST ROW K Peterson M Calvert G Waite Mr Gllbertson F Anderson R Davis M Olson SECOND ROW W Harlelle R Zlnk R Peterson C Hall B Hall J Bedeker THIRD ROW I Thompson K Orstead C House J Myre F Johnson R Mathre N Htlt BACK ROW R Thurow D CLASS OF 61 A composite group of 42 students entered NCHS rn September of 57 to begin thetr freshman year managing to lend a nostalglc feeling of confusion throughout the halls Faculty advised by Miss Elsle and Mr Malone they were led by Rtchie Brewe Presrdent Becky Mathre Vice President Muriel Olson Secretary Denny Jones Treasurer Marlene Larson Reporter and Bill Anderson to the Student Council This past year the original group mrnus elght and wiser ln high school methods returned for their second year They were sponsored by Mr Sherwm Gtlbertson and they elected Peggy Dlerzen President Denny Jones Vlce President Roberta Stuckl Secretary Marlene Larson Treasurer Blll Anderson Reporter and Judy Thompson and Richie Brewe Student Council Rep resentauves Muriel Olson and Judy Thompson represented their class as Jtmlor varsity cheer leaders. N2XfiJ Anderson, R. Brewe, L. Williamson, W. Johnson, D. Christian, J. D'Orlo, O. Vlland. MAY QR ESHMEZQ X svf SEATED Miss Frye M Larson C Pensyl J Norem L Swanson G Walte FIRST ROW K Peterson C D Orro L Jacobson. J Johnson J Perrot A Devereaux A Deveraux SECOND ROW P Harrtelle D Johnson J Gunnerson S Laranger M Johnson, N Walker Hauge H Slnning A Jacobson N Wollenwebber G Casey LAST ROW J Fruland D Ness B Miller B Weeks M Anderson T Casey T Knudson R. Westphal CLASS OF 62 Last fall 39 freshmen entered NCHS to complete the last rung of the high school ladder They were relreved to frnd themselves still the same after lnitlatlon! With Miss Frye as their advisor they elected Julre Norem as President Clifford Pensyl Vice President Lauretta Swanson Secretary Mary Ann Larson Treasurer Gail Warte Reporter and Sigrunn Hoyland and Leon Jacobson their Student Council Representatives Two of their members Lauretta Swanson and Mary Ann Larson gained positions on the newly formed Junior vanity cheerleading squad We the seniors, wish the freshmen the best of success ln their hlgh school career D. Thompson, L. Zink. THIRD ROW: L. Wicks, H. Hollenback, B. Jenson, S. Hoyland, B. CLASSES 7341! 1? The Future Chemists lil Freshman English Class World Problems Class Amerxc an I-Ilstory Class iv A CTI VI TIES fa fk STANDING S Hoyland W Johnson M Nelson R Brewe J Thompson L Jacobson SEATED Mr Glenn D Matteson Parliamentartan G Hollen back Vlce Prestdent N Olson Secretary Treasurer B Hutchinson Prestdent Refreshments after Votmg for 59 60 All School Party Student Council offtcers I I . , 1 g . g . 9 . y . . I . , - , 2 - ' v f ' 1 ' v ' 1 v ?.7'4'f.f4. TOP ROW B Anderson L Thompson M Gauer R Stuck: I Bedeker B Hut chrnson SECOND ROW P Harrlelle J Walker F Johnson N Wollenweber R Peterson THIRD ROW K Peterson A Devereaux P W1ll1amSOH P Fruland B Zmk A Devereaux SEATED Mrs H Norem I Pladers P Lundy R Chap man C Swanson 7 '7 ,4 Q - Wrlllamson G Hollenback W Johnson R Thurow Nagel L Wxcks R Westphal J Myre W Llkeness THIRD ROW R Thompson R Davls J Bedeker W Johnson F Anderson D Johnson L Zmk SEATED son P Bermel D Matteson D Berge W Peterson SECOND ROW R Zmk F S Peterson R Hauge Harnelle I Fruland W Mr G Rrchter C Jacob D Hanson TOP ROW: D. Christian, D. Anderson, I. Bermel, M. Anderson, W. Weeks, L. O g, MR. TAMM Emu! game! Offwme A Holverson R Dale L Thompson Naomi Olson Mr Tamm TOP ROW A Jacobson P Dlerzen N Krogstad, S Cockream S Hoyland C House I Norem M Nelson L Thompson R Stuckr F Johnson C Swanson I Bedeker SECOND ROW I Walker N Wollenweber P Lundy P Mathre B Anderson B Hutchmson B Jenson R Chapman N Hrlt R Mathre J Thomp son B Peterson THIRD ROW R Peterson A Johnson L Heggen I Pladers N Olson H Hollenback M Larson P Koska R Dale C Hall K Orstead FOURTH ROW B Zrnk S Ness J Perrot S Leranger G Warte P Knudson N Walker B Hall M Larson M Calvert P Wrssmrller FIFTH ROW K Pe terson A Deveraux K Peterson, P Fruland M Heggen P Wrllramson S Ol son M Olson L Swanson A Deveraux Mr Tamm xed Norem W House D Chrrstran M Nelson L Thompson R Stuckr F Johnson C Swanson J Bedeker FOURTH ROW J Walker N Wollenweber P Lundy P Mathre B Anderson B Hutchrnson D Holverson F Dxerzen B Jenson R Chapman N Hrlt R Mathre J Thompson B Peterson THIRD ROW R Peter son A Johnson L Heggen I Pladers N Olson C Jacobson L Olson H Hol lenback M Larson P Koska R Dale C Hall SECOND ROW B Zrnk S Ness J Perrot S Leranger G Waxte R Westphal F Nagel P Knudson B Hall M Larson M Calvert P Wlssmxller FIRST ROW A Deveraux K Peterson P Fruland M Heggen P W11ll3mSOD D Thompson D Johnson C House S Ol son L Swanson A Deveraux Mr Tamm 9 ' s ' 9 ' o ' 41 ' I ' I ' TOP ROW: A. Jacobson, P. Dierzen, N. Krogstad, S. Cockream, S. Hoyland, J. 7Zeeaf4z60 .lclzmdau Qm,aa4Z4aa!toz554fJ S 6044 X1 Semin pldq Z'- Sc f "It's Never Too Late' ,mf p I ' D II, om 'A Skeleton Walks' ATHLETICS J X 4660! PHYLLIS LUNDY xg W4 ' ,il " ' 41 1 , ik. K 4 ' , .x f N vg KL4' , 0 . F 4 3 ...- Www g Wwzazq if 1 RUTH DALE NAOMI OLSON IRENE PLADERS LYNN HEGGEN 1 FLOYD DIERZEN Semor Forward VERNON HILT Semor Forward WES HOUSE Junior Center ALAN HOLVERSON Senior Guard BILL DHNSON Iumor Guard DAVE HOLVERSON Guard GEORGE HOLLENBACK BILL ANDERSON Senior Sophomore Forward Forward TOM IACOBSON LARRY OLSON Semor Semor Forward Forward S Qfbwa 6' GORDON HALL and FLOYD NAGEL Xfg X vNrQj MR. MALONE MR. BURROW Varsity Coach Junior Varsity Coach 1461601 ydltddft 7444457 an H0300 1958 59 BASKETBALL STATISTICS FIELD FREE TOTAL PLAYER GAMES GOALS THROWS FOULS Holverson H t House Dierzen I-lolverson Anderson Johnson Brewe Jones Ness Bermel Jacobson Hollenback TOTALS VARSITY SCORES POINTS AVERAGE 4 1563 JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Somonauk Earlvrlle Youkvllle Plainfreld Minooka Serena MA ZON HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Seneca Somonauk Oswego Mazon Shabbona Lrsle CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Lrsle Plainfield Yorkville Sandwlch Plano Plalnfreld Leland Mmooka Oswego Hinckley B R Llsle DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Newark Somonauk Newark 56 Leland for JNewark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Somonauk lhrlvllle Yorkville Plalnfleld Mmooka Serena Oswego Mazon Shabbona Lisle CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Lisle Yorkville Sandwlch Plano Plainfleld Leland Mmooka Oswego Hlnckley Llsle A, 24 181 74 35 36 18. 19 V. il 21 136 46 53 318 15. 15 W, 26 87 70 56 244 9. 39 F, 26 71 66 97 208 8. 00 D. 26 64 58 69 186 7. 15 B. 19 27 18 29 72 3. 79 B. 19 15 20 27 50 2. 63 R, 12 3 16 10 22 1. 83 D, 6 2 7 1 11 1. 83 D, 4 3 1 o '1 1.75 1, 4 2 2 6 6 1. 50 T, 3 1 1 3 3 1. 00 G- 5 tl L -6- -KL 0. 00 592 389 392 Newark 40 Seneca 68 Newark 29 Seneca 40 70 72 . 43 41 62 ' 54 41 42 47 67 39 47 46 ' 79 27 38 63 84 49 ' 39 57 69 30 51 46 40 65 88 32 39 63 75 49 61 53 57 28 40 43 62 47 97 40 53 63 ' 58 48 ' 45 60 58 69 ' 61 46 29 '70 85 50 ' 42 54 ' 56 24 39 60 68 46 ' 50 95 49 50 51 69 ' ' '70 34 ' -B. R. 30 47 61 36 ' 40 69 ' 86 63 52 74 - . . 57 68 71 60 52 60 gcwelall 7eam FIRST ROW I Fruland B Johnson G Johnson C Pensyl J Gunnerson L Jacob son SECOND ROW G Hollenback J Bermel V Hllt F Dlerzen R Brewe A Holverson STANDING R Westphal C Jacobson B Anderson CoachW Gilbert son Coach? Malone T Knudson D Ness F Nagel X "- +I 5' V9 7045! David Berge wrll my neat halrdo to Lynn Wrcks Paul Bermel wtll my quret evenrngs at home to Floyd Nagel Sandra Cockream wxll my athletic ablltty to Ann Martm Floyd Dterzen wrll my qutet and refined ways to Jim Gunnerson Mary Gauer will my faithfulness to stlck to one guy to Bonnre Anderson Vernon Hrlt will my athletic abrllty to Brll Weeks Beverly Hutchinson wrll my empty date book to Carol Swanson Alan Holverson wrll my slrde rule to Brll Likeness George Hollenback wrll my stubborn ways to Wesley House Conley Jacobson wtll my burld to Larry Zlnk Tom Jacobson leave whatever I have lf I have anything to who ever needs whatever I have and can do anything wrth whatever this thing lS Allce Johnson will my lack of make up ln my Senror year to Brllie Jenson Phyllrs Lundy leave my Sentor year to Judy Bedeker Davrd Matteson leave all my many talents to be distrrbuted among the next Senror class Betty Ness will my abrllty to talk up rn class to Marcra Nelson Henry Ness leave quretly Larry Olson wrll my mathematlc abrllty to Duane Hanson Naomt Olson wrll my cheerleading abtllty to Murlel Olson Wendell Peterson will my prg rarslng abilrty to Nancy Krogstad Llnda Rlchert wrll my 2 crooked llttle fingers to the next person who wants to be dtfferent Lorraine Thompson wrll my way with Coach Gtlbertson to the next lucky person Janet Walker wrll my dimples to Mike Malone Beverly Zlnk wrll my fmgemarls to a sophomore Kathy Peterson I Marcia Johnson, leave my giggle to Kristin Norem. Wtdfdflq As we entered the doors of NCHS ru September 1955 we were a group of thrrty frve puzzled people tryrng to take tn everythtng at once Our flrst dls covery was tmtiatxon' That helped us get to know one another better and when we have recovered we elected these people to lead LB Alan Holverson President Davrd Berge Vice Presrdent Marilyn Severson Secretary Naomr Olson Treasurer Lorrarne Thompson Reporter and Beverly Hutchtnson our representatrve to Student Councrl Mrss Kane and Mr Brown advtsed us with our class actlvrttes Startrng our sophomore year with thirty one members we gleefully made preparations to tnrtrate the new freshres We are proud to have ordered our class rtngs durrng our second year the frrst sophomore class to do so in NCHS Lrkewrse we were proud as punch when Naomr Olson won a posrtron as a cheerleader to represent our class Our class offrcers were Lorraine Thomp son Presrdent Alan Holverson Vrce Prestdent Phyllts Lundy Secretary John Bermel Treasurer Janet Walker Reporter and Naomr Olson Vernon Hrlt Student Councrl Representattves Our class advrsors were Mrs Butts and Mr Brown We returned to NCHS rn the fall of 57 contrrbutrng twenty seven Junrors to the upperclassman rank and authorrty Knowrng we had a full year ahead of us we elected our leaders Alan Holverson Presrdent Dave Berge Vrce Presrdent Naomr Olson Secretary Conley Jacobson Treasurer Wendell to Student Councrl Wrth Mrs l-lrll and Mr Brown advlstng us we engaged in various money rarsrng projects 1 e paintrng mall boxes staging a chrcken barbeque supper sellrng Easter lrltes and successfully presenting our Junror play You re Telling Me to finance the banquet prom Fantasy Land Naomi Olson agarn represented us as a cheerleader Twenty four seniors returned last fall to make our last year the best of our high school career As sentors we took on many more responslbrllttes and selected our offrcers Alan Holverson Presrdent Phyllrs Lundy Vrce Presrdent Lorrarne Thompson Secretary Janet Walker Treasurer Floyd Dlerzen Re porter and Student Councrl members Dave Matteson Naomr Olson George Hollenback and Beverly Hutchmson We took charge of edttlng your favorrte newspaper the Campus Chatter and worked hard to edrt thrs yearbook for you We took pride ln presenting the play It s Never Too Late Other senror sponsored actrvrtres rncluded a Kumla supper and selling Easter lilies Our advisor was Mr Malone Naomr Olson marntarned her posttton as cheerleader once agarn thrs year We have had many pamclpants rn musrc and athletrcs durrng our four years from our class and ln school organrzatrons We happrly made preparattons for graduatron and looked forward to tt but each one of us wrll mtss NCHS We wish to take this opportumty to thank the faculty and each one of you under classmen for provtdrng us with many pleasant memortes to look back on O ' : ' . : . : Peterson, Reporter: and Phyllis Lundy, Dave Matteson. and Lorraine Thompson 1-.i-... y K h-'I-Q4 ' 2 K 52 my .... gc -- .. 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Aprll 24 was the big day for the Semor Class of 1969 They were presenting their play It s Never Too Late presented ten years before by the senlor class of 1959 which starred FLOYD DIERZEN Floyd ls still following his career as a play boy While waitlng for the curtain to part on the flrst act he pulled out his little black book Volume III to make sure he had brought the right date He had made no mlstake that nlght There slttlng by his side was another member of the Senror play cast LORRAINE THOMPSON Lorraine has fulfulled her dream as private secretary and advlsor to Mr GEORGE HOLLENBACK who ls now President of Union luke Box Syndlcate His racketeering has paid off well for another member of the class KAVE BERGE who recorded the two million seller LP entitled Those Who Moum for Elvis PAUL BERMEL and DAVE MATTESON have become conscientious ob1ectors due to Elvis death while driving Tlnks Go Cart While waiting for the moumers to arrive at Elvis funeral we heard the familiar volce of Matt as he entered Here I am you Lucky people Te he he -he While on the plane on the way home from Germany Matt and Tlnk happened to run into BEVERLY ZINK who was working for T W A as an airllne hostess And who do you suppose was piloting the plant? None other than ALAN HOLVERSON who had become famous for his record breaking flight to the moon and back in 8 hrs 10 mln and 55 sec Being such an ardent sports enthusrast Al had to be back for his favorite TV program Calvacade of Sports The first event was a wrestling match between Slippery SAM COCKREAM and Mighty MARCIA JOHNSON The next event of the evening was the famous prize fight featuring Big VERN HILT and Llttle Rtchard Crow Big Vern is favored to win because he s all out to get Crow as he ls stlll holding his high school grudge Al was Just as enthusiastic about the commercial as from Hayden and Sweazy Sports Stores now the largest sports stores lncorporatlon ln the mlddlewest One of their largest and most profltable stores is located ln Milwaukee Wisconsin Blatz lsn t the only product that has made Milwaukee famous MARY GAUER and John Bale have opened up a dalry on the outskirts of the city Their famous slogan ls The Milk That Made Mary Famous Mary s girlfriend JANET WALKER, ls no longer modeling furs ln Chicago for Evans Furiers but ls proudly wearing her own supply given to her by CONLEY JACOBSON Mr Jacobson has made his mllllon manufacturing penclls for left handed people Another class chum PHYLLIS LUNDY who got her experience at All Steel has proven that a career and marriage do mtx Not only has she rarsed three flne children but she ls now Secre tary to the President of Hutch s Hatchery BEV HUTCHINSON clalms to produce the best chlcks this slde of heaven Speaking of heaven Angelic ALICE and her cherub cholr have returned from their tour of Europe The trip was financed by Wealthy WENDALL who now rs head of the General Motors Corporation Each one of his four children drlves a whlte Chevrolet hard top to school every day Wendall insisted that the cholr have their picture taken by the internationally known photographer LARRY OLSON He became famous for photographing the first atomic powered self service cab owned and operated by BETTY and HENRY NESS LINDA RICHERT was transported to Newark ln one of these new cabs to check on her latest engineering feat the bulldmg of the Newark Community High School where the play was being held TOM JACOB SON chref engineer of the school was also at the play proudly and happlly admiring this magnificent building As the curtaln closed on the last scene of the play Lorraine and Floyd both agreed that each member of the class had made a success of his life the fight when another fellow classmate, NAOMI OLSON, began advertising sports equipment TAYLOR PAUELQSHOLNE EQJMIANY 4 w v Y 1 v 1 1 1


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