Niobrara County High School - Tiger Yearbook (Lusk, WY)
- Class of 1965
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Parents enrolling for Parent's Day during National The registration line continues.
The 1905 Tiger is proudly and respectfully dedicated to the parents of the students of Niohrgirti
County High School. We appreciate their constant interest in the school and its activities, their will-
ingness to .loin in fun and work, and their continuous encouragement and inspiration.
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help at student. . .BOARD OF TRUSTEES. ADMINISTRATION, AND
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Dale Ilenton, Clerk: Duvid Poage. Trustee: Louis J. Bowen, Trustee: Joliu Bruce
Trustee: Gordon M. Kutui. Cliuirmarng Henry L. Wusserbitrger. ,lr.. Trustee: Clem Mosicr, Trustee:
Williuni L. Allen, Trustee: und iiobert Cockreliaui, Treasurer.
L. E. JOHNSONBAUGH, Director of Ed.
M. A. , Colorado State College
SEVERT RIST, Prillcipal
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B. S. , University of Wyoming
B. A., Doane College
RUTH L. BONER
B.A., Colorado State College
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B.A. , University of Wyoming
American History, World History
Boys P. E.. Football, Wrestlinff
and Track Coach.
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Seniors enjoy picnic at the
Denver City Park.
DIXIE BLACKMORE--Band-1, 2, 3, 4g
Chorus-Vice President-3, 43 Triple
Trio-45 Junior Class Playg Senior Class
Playg King and Ig Thespians-3, 4g Class
Secretary-lg Class Treasurer-3g FHA-
l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club-1, 2, 3, 45 FTA-2,
Secretary-3, 4g NHS-2, 3, 45 Drill
Team-1, 2, 3, 4g Annual Staff-2.
RALPH BRETHAUER- -Footb all- lg
Wrestling-1, 25 FFA-1, 2, 3.
Class Play, Senior Class Playg
Pep Club-1,2, 3, President-
4g Drill Team-2,3,4g Ger-
man Club-1 , 2, 3, President-
4g GAA-35 Thespians-35
President of the Junior Class.
MYRNA BURDICK--Pep Club-lg GAA
-2,4g Chorus-45 King and l-4.
STEVEN BURKE--Basketball-lg Foot-
ball Manager-lg FFA l,2,3, Vice-
CODY CLARK- -Basketball-1, 2, Foot-
ball-Bg Junior Class Play, FFA-1: L-
GARY C ROWLEY- - Footba 11-1 g Wres-
tling-lg Junior Class Play, Photography
Club-2, 3, 4, Newspaper-3.
MELODY DAVID--Junior Class Playg
Senior Class Playg Thespians-43 Pep
Club-3,45 Drill Team-3,45 FHA-3,45
GAA-3,45 Art Club-3,45 Annual Staff
ROBERTA DAVIES--GAA-2g Chorus-
1,2,3,4g Band-49 Triple Trio-3,4g
Junior Class Playg Senior Class Playg
GAIL EBERSPECHER--FTA-45 Thes-
pians-4g Band-45 Drill Team-1,2,3,
4g Pep Club-1,2,3,4g FHA-1,2,3,
45 GAA-2, President-4g Annual Staff-
2g Chorus-President-3, 4.
Thespians-3,49 Senior Class Playg Pep
Club-19 German Club-1,2, Vice-
President-3,4g FTA-2,3, President-45
NINA DESERSA--King and
DONNA EDDY--First Place
Handicapped Division Uni-
versity of Nebraska Extension
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RON GLANDT--Junior Class
P1ay5 Senior Class Playg FFA-
1, 25 Thespians-45 Photogra-
phy-45 FTA-45 Student Coun-
cil-35 Vice President of Stu-
rus-45 King and I-4.
MARGYLOU FERNAU--Annual Staff-
1, 25 Pep Club-15 Treasurer-2,3, 45
Drill Team-1,2,35 Band-1,2,3, Vice
President-45 Majorette-2,3,45 GAA-25
FHA-2,3, Vice President-45 Chorus-15
King and I-45 Junior Class Secretaryg
CLARK GERMANN- -Football-1, 2, 35
Chorus-1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Playg
Senior Class Play5 Student Council- 45
L-Club-1, 2, 3, 45 German Club-45
Senior Class P1ay5 Pep Club-1,2, 35
FHA-1', 2, 3, 45 Thespians-Secretary-
JAN HOBLIT--GGA-25 Junior Class
P1ay5 Senior Class Playg Pep Club-1, 2,
3,45 Cheerleader-l,2,3, 45 FHA-2,3,
Treasurer-45 FTA-2, Treasurer-3,
Secretary-45 Annual Staff-25 Thespians
-45 Basketball Queen-4.
SUSAN JOHNSONBAUGH--Band-1, 2,
President-3, Student Director-3,
Student Director-45 Chorus-1, 2, 3,
Vice President-45 Junior Playg King
and Ig Student Council-15 Pep Club-1.
2, Vice President-3, Council-4,
NHS-2, 3, Secretary-45 Annual Staff-
25 Drill Team-1, 2, 3, 45 Triple Trio-
KEITH KAAN--Football-1, 2, 35
Wrestling-25 Basketball-45 Junior Class
Playg Senior Class Play5 FFA-1, 2, Sec-
retary-3, 45 L-Club-2, 3, 45 NHS-2, 3,
Vice President-45 Thespians-President-
45 Class Treasurer-15 Student Coun-
ager-1, 25 Junior Class Play5 Senior
Class Playg Art Club-3, 45 Annual Staff-
NOALEEN LARSON--Chorus-1, 25 Ger-
man Club-l, 2, 3, 45 Thespians-3, 45
NHS-2, 3, 4.
PAT KRATZER--Band-1, 2, 3.
45 Chorus-1, 2, 3, 45 Junior
Class Play5 Senior Class Play5
King and I5 Pep Club-1, 2, 3,4
FHA-2, 3, 45 FTA-2, 33 45
Thespians-3, 45 NHS-2, 3, 45
Annual Staff-25 Drill Team-3,
Chorus-15 Student Council-15
FFA-1, 45 Senior Class Play5
Senior Class Presidentg FTA-45
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VERDA MARTIN - - Chorus- 2
Club-1,2,3,4g Pep Club-1:
Cheerleader-2, 3,45 GAA-3
Junior Class Playg Senior
Class Playg Prom Queen-3.
LOIS LEELING--Junior Class Playg
Senior Class Playg Class Vice Presi-
dent-2g FHA-1, 2,3,4g German Club-
2, Pep Club-2,3,4g National Honor
Society-2,3,4g GAA-4g Annual Staff-
LOUISE LEELING--Junior Class Play,
Senior Class Play, FHA-1, 2,3,4g Pep
Club-2,3,4g Drill Team-2,3,4g FTA
-43 Thespians-4g National Honor
Society-2, 3,45 German Club-2, 3,45
GAA-4g FHA-Vice President-3.
LINDA MC DANIEL--Pep Club-1,2,
SUSAN MC BIRNEY--Band-1, 2, 3,45
Chorus-1, 3,45 Junior Class Play, FHA
-1,2,3,4g Pep Club-1, 2,35 National
Honor Society-2, 3.
JACK MITCHELL--Wrestling-1, 2, 3,
Captain-4, Football-2, 3, 45 Chorus-
4g Junior Class Play, Student Council
President-4, L-Club-2, 3, 4.
RAY MILLER--Wrestling-1, FFA-1, 2,
JUDY POAGE--Band-1, 2, Secretary-
3, 4g Chorus-4, GAA-4, NHS-2, 3, 4,
Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play,
King and Ig German Club-1,21 Pep
Club-1, 2, 3, 43 FHA-2, 3, President-45
Student Council-2, Vice President-3,
Drill Team-3, Captain-4.
JUDY PATE--Chorus-1, 2, 3, 45 Junior
Class Play, Senior Class Play, King and
lg Triple Trio-4, President-lg Student
Council-3, Vice President-4, FHA-
1, 2, 3, 4, NHs12,3,4, Pep ciub-1, 2, 3,
Drill Team-1, 2, 35 Annual staff-2.
TONY OUTHOUSE- - Wrestling
Pep Club-1, 2, 3, Vice Presi-
dent-4g Drill Team-2, 3, FHA-
2, 3, Secretary-4, Cheerleader-
DEAN RUMNEY - -Football-13
2,3g Jr. Playg Senior Playg
Vice President-2, 3, 45 Senior
Class Playg Pep Club-1, 2,3g
FHA-1, 2, 3, 4g Thespians-4.
JAMES POTTER- -Basketball-lg Foot-
ball-1 , 2, 3, 45 Wrestling-2, 3.
SANDY POTTER--GAA-3,45 Senior
Class Playg FHA-1, 2, Executive Coun
ci1-3,4g Pep Club-1,2,3g Annual
GERALD SHEAMAN--Junior Class
Playg Senior Class Playg FFA-1, Chap-
lain-2, Reporter-3, President-45 Thes-
JIM SHILLENN- -Basketball-1 , 2 , 3g
Track-1,2,3,4g Football-2,3, Captain
-4, Wrestling-3, Co-Captain-4g
Chorus-45 Junior Class Playg Senior
Class Playg L-Club-2, Vice President
-3, President-45 Prom King-3.
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DOUGLAS SMITH--Football-1, 43
Basketball-1, 2, 3g FFA-3, 4.
MARGRETTA SMYLIE--Band-1, 2, 3, 4g
Chorus-1, 2, 3, Chorus Director-45 '
Triple Trio-3, 45 King and Ig Junior
Playg Thespians-3, 43 NHS-2, 3, 43
FTA-3, Treasurer-45 Annual Staff-2g
WAYNE THOMAS--Band-1. 2, 3, 4g
Chorus-45 Junior Class Playg Senior
Class Playg German Club-2g NHS-2, 3,
45 Thespians-4g King and I-4.
BOB TAYLOR--Football-1, 2.
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CAROL TAYLOR--Band-1, 2,
3, 4g Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4g Dance
Band-1, 2, 34 Triple Trio-3, 45
King and I-45 Junior Class Play
Senior Class Playg Pep Club-1.
2, 3, 4g German Club-1, 23
Thespians-45 Annual Staff-43
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In an all school assembly
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the American Legion Auxiliary's
Boys and Girls States were named.
Girl State delegates were
Linda Vogel, Linda Kaye Fernau,
and Shirlee Tadewald. Alternates
were Jacque Boyd, La Donna Tho-
mas, and Phyllis Shorten.
Boy State delegates were Jerry Baker, Bob Pfister, and Mark Lohr. Alternates were Bob Norris, Steve Bari
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The Kingandl was a big success due to all the
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TOP ROW, Left to Right: B. Bramlet, T. Foley, W. Thomas, J. Shillenn. FOURTH ROW: J. Poage, M. Fer-
nau, I. Mitchell, M. Lohr, B. Almazon, S. Witzenburger, S. McBirney. THIRD ROW: P. Kuhn. G. Graham.
C. Mariegard, C. Taylor, W. Taylor, R. Thompson, B. Tollman, B. Leno. M. Burdick. SECOND ROW: F.
Heckman, J. Boyd, S. Tadewald, G. Eberspecher, D. Canfield, S. Baribeau, P. Hubbard, M. Leno, C. King, L.
Vogel, P. Barr, S. Jordan. FIRST ROW: N. DeSersa, B. Jervis, L. Fernau, M. Smylie S. Johnsonbaugh, I. Pate
D. Blackmore, P. Kratzer, L. Thomas, R. Davies, D. Lauer. BOTTOM ROW: Director, Mr. Schaeferg Accom-
panist, D. Fullerton.
The choir worked hard this year. They gave a combined concert with the band, sang several numbers for
the district FI-IA convention, and presented the very successful musical "The King and I". The NCHS chorus
under the direction of Mr. Schaefer closed a very successful year with every vocalist, ensemble and the choir
receiving I's at district festival.
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the all-state chorus composed of 125 the stateg therefore, she played solo clarinet in the
members. The chorus was directed all-state orchestra directed by Mr. Perkins.
by Dr. Ralph Manzo.
For the last two
years the NCHS
Choraletts have pro-
for the entire com-
munity. After receiv-
ing a I this year at
festival, the Chora-
letts built a fine
reputation for them-
LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Lauer, L. Thomas, J. Pate, D. Fullerton, D. Blackmore,
S. Johnsonbaugh, R. Davies, G. Eberspetcher, C. Taylor. M. Smylie.
The Modern Choir was organized
just this year. The group provided
entertainment for banquets and special
programs. The group received a I at
the district festival.
LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Lauer. BACK
ROW: B. Bramlet, T. Foley, M. Lohr,
S. Baribeau. BOTTOM ROW: D.
Fullerton, S. Johnsonbaugh, C. Tay-
lor, M. Smylie.
For the second consecutive year
NCHS vocalists received I's at district
festival. The NCHS Vocal depart-
ment is certainly improving!
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Johnsonbaugh,
M. Smylie. R. Davies. G. Eber-
spetcher, C. Taylor.
F. Davis, IIg D. Hahn, I
D. Lauer, Ig W. Thomas,
II+g J. Scott, Ig M. Black
Ig S. Iohnsonbaugh, Ig T.
Foley, Ig M. Lohr, I.
FRONT ROW: J. Tscha-
cher, Ig 85 R. Moore, I.
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CLARINET QUINTET II
J. Scott, B. Tryon, R. Krekler, W. Thomas,
85 P. Kratzer.
TRUMPET QUARTET III
T. Lorenzen, F. Davis, W. Taylor, Sn B. Almazon
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S. McBirney, M. Fernau, T. Foley, M. Lohr. FRONT ROW: D. Lauer
S. Johnsonbaugh, M. Black, 8C C. Taylor.
S. Lyon, C. Hahn, S. Blackmore.
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FRENCH HORN TRIO II
C German P Baar, S. Blackmore.
BRASS QUINTET II
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Steve Baribeau and LaDonna Thomas
were crowned king and queen at the
Junior-Senior Prom. They stand at
the center and were crowned by last
year's royalty, Jim Shillenn and Brenda
Lund. The crown bearers are Robin
Fernau and Tom Baribeau.
The fountain was a popular place dur-
ing the evening.
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An eloquent speech was given at the ban-
quet by the guest speaker, Mr. Jim X
The triple trio performed several numbers at the
Sophomores serve and also
were a part of the enter-
Smiling pretty for
LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Germann, N, Hammond, W. Thomas, M. Sides, G. Sheaman, S. Tadewald, N. Larson,
D. Meier, S. Baribeau, G. Eberspecher, B. Taylor, P. Kratzer, M, Bafford, R. Krekler, K. Kaan, D. Tryron,
J. Hoblit, B. Bramlet, D. Blackmore, L. Lamb, M. Smylie, B. Davies, R. Glandt, D. Fullerton, and Miss
Shirley Thayer, Sponsor.
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The Thespians were an active group. They sent twenty
members to District Speech Festival, eleven to State, Good ex-
perience was gained while having fun. There was even more
time and energy put in the preparation and practice for festival
than accounted for in the classroom.
THESPIAN OFFICERS--Keith Kaan, Presi-
dentg Larry Lamb, Vice President, and
Norma Hammond, Secretary-Treasurer.
DISTRICT SPEECH FESTIVAL--TOP ROW, Left to Right: C. Taylor, L. Leeling, R. Krekler, D. Ledford, R.
Glandt, B. Taylor, W, Thomas, S, Baribeau, D. Meier, I. Poage, and Miss Thayer, Sponsor. SEATED: N.
Hammond, M, Smylie, B. Davies, P. Shorten, D. Blackmore, P. Kratzer, J, Pate, G, Eberspecher, L. Vogel,
and M. David.
Bobbie Davies participated in
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Steve Baribeau scored in dis-
Judy Poage, Carol Taylor, and Margretta Smylie gave
Phyllis Shorten gave a win-
Gail Eberspecher lightened every-
one's mind with her humorous
First there was make-up
and hair styling.
They met in the park and his
interest was "purely physical".
And what a party it
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TOP ROW: DeLores DeSersa, Ronald Glandt, Larry Lamb, Dean Rumney, Rick Kaan, Bob Norris, Mike Bafford,
Jack Mitchell, Dennis Meiers. BOTTOM ROW: Louise Leeling, Susan Iohnsonbaugh, Gail Eberspecher, Jan
Hoblit, Dixie Blackmore, Donna Fullerton, Margretta Smylie, Pat Kratzer, Claudia Germann, Peggy Barr, Roxie
Thompson, and Mrs. Kaan, Sponsor.
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TOP ROW: D. Davenport. S. Townsend, F. Davis, C. Anderson, B. Allen. SECOND ROW: D. Tryon, M.
Bafford, K. Neilson, M. Lohr, B. Schnorenberg, T. Lorenzen. THIRD ROW: C. Germann, R. Krekeler.
FOURTH ROW: J. Meng, R. Kaan. FIFTH ROW: S. Baribeau, D. Meier, D. Fullerton, N. Larson, C. Hahn
SIXTH ROW: D. Davies, B. Pfister, J. Baker, L. Leeling, K. Ellis. FRONT ROW: Mr. Lorenz, Sponsor: A.
Poage, M. Christian, President: B. Lund, S. Kaan, C. Germann, G. Graham, V. Sides, J. Christian, and S.
Tadewald. NOT PICTURED: L. Vogel, Secretary-Treasurer.
Die Wandervogel is a club for the primary purpose of promoting the study of German literature and culture
as well as creating interest in the foreign language program of this high school.
Students presently enrolled in a German class or those students who have had two years of German are
eligible for club membership.
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BACK ROW, Left to Right: I. Shillenn, E. Decastro, I. Moore, Mr. Bud Rist. SECOND ROW, Seated: D. Hy-
trek, D. Ledford, G. Crowley, W. Letchworth, F. Heckman, M. David, J. Lyons, D. Hank, K. Canfield.
THIRD ROW: E. Brott, N. Hammond, V. Martin, J. Hock, M. Burdick. FOURTH ROW: N. DeSersa, M.
Sides, and J. Poage.
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The Art Club is sponsored by Mr. Rist fto the
lefty and is a non-profit organization. This year
members helped with the scenery for the King and
I, made posters for Art Exhibits and many other pro-
jects other than their classroom work.
Posters keep your nose to the grindstone.
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Another bright event
of the year was the Sweetie
Pie Banquet which, this
of year, featured a pie eating
F d contest. As you may well
guess, there were many
thrills and SPILLS!
TOP ROW: P. Kuhn, K. Kruse, B. Hales, P. Barr, N. Hammond, M. Sides, S. Potter, B. Davies, C. King, I.
Roby, B. Tryon, T. Taylor, C. Miller. SECOND ROW: B. Wolff, C. Mariegard, S. Bigelow, D. Burnham, B.
Mitchell, S. Blackmore, B. Jervis, J. Carpenter, D. Rapp, M. Hoy, L. Owens, E. Sheaman. THIRD ROW: I.
Kinney, N. Desersa, M. David, J. Potter, R. McLean, B. Branney, J. Kaan, L. Kaan, F. Smith, S. Kuhn. L.
Parmely. FOURTH ROW: L. Schwab, S. McBirney, L. Leeling, S. Roby, S. Lyon, K. Taylor, B. Tollman, C.
McKay, A. Hoy, D. Desersa, J. Pate, P. Kratzer, D. Fullerton, W. Hales, M. David, S. Belcher, T. Rankin,
W. Townsend, F. Rogers, L. Vogel, L. Fernau, J. Hook, M. Burdick, G. Eberspecher, D. Blackmore. FIFTH
ROW: Mrs. Bramlet, S. Erlewine, S. Tyrrel, M. Black, M. Fernau, J. Poage, N. Nelson, J. Hoblit, J.Boyd, L.
Leeling, and P. Shorten.
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S. Burke, Vice Presidentg Harold Millerg Alfred Wardg Gerald Sheaman
Presidentg Roger Scott. Sentinelg Bob Miller.
The Future Farmers of America, sponsored by Mr.
Robert Bramlet, is organized to promote agricultural leader-
ship, and to encourage the development of farm programs,
ln class and by participation in co-operative efforts, mem-
bers learn modern agricultural procedure and are given the
opportunity to use these skills in practical application.
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TOP ROW: D. Brott. B. Rising, D. Smith, B. Bramlet, K. Kaan, L. Johnson, K. Canfield, R. Miller,D.
Potter, B. Taylor, Bob Bramlet, Sponsor. BOTTOM ROW1 L. Lamb. G. Sheanian, S. Burke, A. Ward. R.
Scott, H. Miller, B. Miller.
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Margretta Smylie and Ron Glandt
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Mikell Christian and Keith Kaan
Clark Germann and Susan Iohnsonbaugh
Dean Rumney and Brenda Lund
Jim Shillenn and Judy Pate
Jan Hoblit and Jack Mitchell
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Gail Eberspecher and Howard Taylor
NEW MEMBERS--STANDING: Ralph Dickinson, Doyle Davies,
Pam Kuhn, Bob Pfister, Bernie Schnorenberg, Mark Lohr,
SEATED: Mike Bafford, Steve Baribeau, Kathy Kruse, Betty
Hales, and Jacque Boyd.
Pictured are the National Honor Society officers who
were Keith Kaan, Vice Presidentg Margylou Fernau,
Presidentg Susan Iohnsonbaugh, Secretaryg and Larry
Lamb, Treasurer. Other members not pictured were:
Dixie Blackmore, Pat Kratzer, Judy Poage, Judy
Pate, Lois Leeling, Louise Leeling, Wayne Thomas,
Mikell Christian, Noaleen Larson, Sandy Potter, and
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Student Council 7nunwten Student lounge
Mr. Smith, Sponsorg Frank Davis, Ron Shoults, Bob Pfister, Jan Kaan, Iudy Carpenter, Clark Germann, Ralph
Bredthauer, Vice Presidentg Ron Glandt, Bob Almazan. BOTTOM ROW: Linda Vogel, Jerry Baker, Linda Fernau
Secretary-Treasurerg Jack Mitchell, Presidentg Judy Pate, and Melvin Lewis.
The Student Council representatives are the presidents and vice presidents of the Junior and Senior classes,
the presidents of the Sophomore and Freshman classes and two representatives, a boy and girl elected from each
class. The President and Vice President of the Student Council are elected by the student body. Much campaign
ing goes into the selection of both offices.
Student participation in certain phases of school planning has proven advantageous to the administration,
faculty and student body.
The student lounge is being enjoyed by Sandy
Potter, Nadine Nelson, Gerald Sheaman,
and Ron Glandt.
Queen Mikell Christian follows
Captain Jim Shillenn with coursa-
ges being presented by Co-captains
Bob Taylor and Jack Mitchell to
Attendants Nadine Nelson and
"The Swim" was popular
at the homecoming
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TOP ROW: Coach Whitefoot, J. Lyon, M. Lohr, T. Lorenzen, C. Anderson, R. Schnorenberg, C. Robertson, B.
Allen, Coach Smith, Coach Zimmer. SECOND ROW: B. Barr, M. Edwards, F. Davis, P. Hubbard, J. Jensen,
T. Dunlap, G. Letchworth, M. Tschacher, M. Butler, B. West, R. Butler, B. Shutterly. THIRD ROW: B. Alma-
zon, B. Miller, L. Crowley, D. Wasserburger, R. Shoults, D. Boyd, D. Davies, J. Shillenn, R. Kaan, D. Meier,
S. Witzenburger, R. Johnson, L. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: B. Bramlet, B. Pfister, J. Baker. J. Meng, R. Mayhan,
B. Taylor, B. Taylor, J. Shillenn, J. Mitchell, J. Potter, T. Foley, B. Norris. S. Baribeau, M. Bafford.
Football remained "King of Sports" at NCHS in 1964-65 as the Tigers posted a 7 and 2 record.
The young Tiger team made hustle and desire its calling cards as it won many close games. For the
third consecutive year the Bengals were Southeast Conference Champs. The Seniors on the squad could
truly rest on the laurels that they themselves had helped to create. During their four years at Lusk, the
gridiron crew amassed 31 victories, 3 defeats, and 1 tie.
Under the leadership of Head Coach Vince Zimmer, the boys became men and football assumed
a new position of importance in each of their lives. lt was more than a game--perhaps it could be
likened to a training ground for life.
Some early season mistakes cost the Tigers heavily, but undoubtedly the lessons learned helped
Lusk to finish the season in the successful manner that it did.
Tigers 14 Guernsey - Sunrise
Newcastle 13 Tigers
Tigers 26 Edgemont
Gillette 32 Tigers
Tigers 25 Douglas
Tigers 54 St. Mary's
Tigers 21 Douglas fEAFBJ
Tigers 41 Sundance
Tigers 20 Wheatland
BACK ROW: Bud Taylor, All Con-
ference Teamg Jim Potter. FRONT
ROW: Jack Mitchell, Jim Shil-
lenn, A11 Conference, All State
Teamg and Bob Taylor.
Jerry Baker avoids a massacre.
Plenty of reinforcements.
Who has the ball?
Bob Norris- -E
Jack Mitchell- -C
Steve Baribeau--WB Raymond Mayhem--T
Jerry Baker--QB Mike Bafford--C
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Then we celebrated our
Homecoming Victory with 6
Captain Jack Michell presents flowers to Queen Linda Kaye Fernaug. and Co-captains Steve!Baribeau and Jim
Shillenn to Attendants Wanda Letchworth and Bobby Davies.
Drill team performs at half-time
The homecoming dance was enjoyed
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SIS-I6ChamDi0Y1 State Champion
120 lbs. 145 lbs.
A record is only an indicator, and is not always the final authority. ln the case of the Tiger wrestling
team, their 5 and 9 standard could in no way be considered an adequate measurement of the team's true worth.
It was a team that worked with and for each other. To the individual sport of wrestling was brought a
feeling of team spirit that was hard to surpass.
Lusk made a mighty effort at Newcastle to win the Class A Tourney, but fell just short with a second place
finish. Eight Tigers placed in the event.
Jerry Baker Alfred Ward Jim Shillenn Carvin Cooper Dean Rumney
154 lbs, Class A--31-d Class A--3rd 103 lbs. Class A--4th
165 lbs. Hwt. 138 lbs.
LEUTY CIOWIGY Russ Crowley Jack Mitchell
Class A--3rd Stan Townsend Terry Foley Class A--2nd Class A--2nd
127 lbs. 95 lbs. 180 lbs. 112 lbs. 133 lbs.
TOP ROW: P. Hubbard, D. Boyd, M. Tschacher. I. Lyon, R. Shoults, J. Sullivan, B. Ward. MIDDLE ROW:
D. Rumney, S. Baribeau, J. Baker, A. Ward, T. Foley. I. Shilienn. FRONT ROW: Coach Vince Zimmer, S.
Townsend, C. Cooper, R. Crowley, D. Davies, L. Crowley, J. Mitchell.
Ylyw Seam Sacceaafal -- Fifuhlu Second an State
Break that hold!
A "Champ" in action.
Captain Donald Stubson presented a coursage to Queen Jan Hoblit, and Co-captains I im Meng and Bob Norris to
Attendants LaDonna Thomas and Susan Iohnsonbaugh.
Cheers for the Queen and her Attendants.
Crystal Sides and Bobby Bramlet pause
for a moment at the homecoming
dance for refreshments.
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TOP ROW, Left to Right: S. Fraser, B. Johnson, R. Butler, B. Almazon, C. Robertson. M. Lohr, R. Dickinson,
W. Taylor, Coach Whitefoot. SECOND ROW: L. Fahy, B. Schutterle, T. Dunlap. R. Schnorenberg. D. Poage
B. Barr, B. Percy. C. Anderson. T. Lorenzen. F.Davis, D. Harris, and J. Jensen. THIRD ROW: B. Schnor-
enberg, P. Holman, R. Brazelton. D. Meier, D. Tryon, V. Poage, B. Miller, G. Klier, K. Kaan, I. Kruse.
and R. Ledford. FOURTH ROW: M. Bafford. K. Neilson, R. Kaan, D. Leimser, B. Norris. B. Taylor, J.
Meng, B. Bramlet, G. Williams. S. Witzenburger. B. Pfister, D. Stubson.
The Tigers suffered a season of frustration in
basketball. The majority of the opponents had
all-senior teams, and Lusk lacked the necessary
experience to come through in some of the close
games. With the team having one Senior member,
NCHS considers itself to be a candidate for a con-
ference championship next season. It is hoped that
the flashes of brilliance displayed by this team
will be transformed into a constant, glittering dis-
play by next year cagers.
REGULAR SEASON RECORD
Won 4 Lost 13
Won 0 Lost 2
Get that ball Gary!
Bob in a scramble.
Bob Pfister Gary Williams Bud Taylor Don Stubson Bob Norris
Guard Guard and Center Guard Forward
Mike Bafford Dave Leimser
Jim Melig Rick Kaan Bob Bramlet Kenny Neilson Steve Witzenburger
Center Guard Forward Guard Guard
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Coach Vince Zimmer, Terry Foley, Bob Almazon, Steve Fraser, Ron Shoults, Marcus
Tschacher, Steve Witzenburger, Dave Boyd, Paul Hubbard, Wayne Taylor. BOTTOM: Mike Bafford, Dennis
Meier, Dave Leismer, Jerry Baker, Bob Bramlet, Dennis Tryon, and Steve Baribeau.
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Five Tigers went to state track meet at Laramie. The tough competition was made even more so
by steady fifty mile an hour winds. Bob Bramlet placed third in the high jump. Jerry Baker, the only
Lusk contestant going in more than one event, failed to qualify in either the 100 or 220 yd. dashes.
Other participants were Ron Shoults in the mile, Dennis Tryon in the 440 yd. dash, and Dave Leimser
in the high jump.
--"""" Bob Bramlet received the award as outstanding
trackman at NCHS for the '65 season. He set a
, new school high jump record of five feet eleven
K and one half inches. plus placing third in the
state in the same event. Bob also set a new
decathalon point total record by winning five of
the events and placing second in the other five.
Track was definitely on the upswing at NCHS in
1965. There were more outstanding individual perform-
ances, and the overall team point totals were markedly
increased over the previous season. With graduation
losses nonexistent, the Tigers are confident of having the
greatest season ever in '66.
Jerry Baker, Bob Bramlet, Steve Baribeau and
Dennis Tryon get into the swing in the medley
Dave Leimser jumping the hurdles.
Steve Witzenburger running a
Steve Baribeau all set to go
Mike Bafford clearing the bar.
Jerry Baker getting
ready to go.
TOP ROW, Left to Right: Coach Harold Whitefoot, Doyle Davies, Frank Davis, Mark Lohr, Kenny Neilson, Ber
nie Schnorenberg, Tom Dunlap, Rick Kaan, BOTTOM ROW: Tom Lorenzen, Calvin Anderson, David Poage,
Rod Schnorenberg, and Bob Schutterle.
Gag Ueam young and iwcfi
Golf at NCHS was not of the quality witnessed in years past. However,
it was a young team which showed promise. Given another year in which to
develop, the team should once again make victory more commonplace.
Golfer Doyle Davies was
the most valuable player
for the team.
Golfers Rick Kaan, Rod
Schnorenberg, and Kenny
Bob Schutterle shows great
TOP ROW, Left to Right: K. Neilson, H. Miller, B. Miller, L. Johnson, F. Davis, T. Lorenzen, Mr. Harold
Whitefoot, Mr. Vince Zimmer, Coaches. SECOND ROW: D. Potter. C. Germann, R. Allen, R. Schnorenberg
C. Anderson, M. Butler, R. Butler, B. Almazon, C. Robertson, S. Baribeau. THIRD ROW: R. Shoults, G.
Klier, J. Lyons, J. Sullivan, M. Wasserburger, J. Shillenn, T. Dunlap, B. West, B. Barr, B. Schutterle.
FOURTH ROW: J. Jensen, D. Boyd. T. Foley, J. Baker, D. Meier, M. Lohr, R. Kaan, B. Ward, R. Ledford,
and B. Schnorenberg. FIFTH ROW: S. Witzenburger, G. Letchworth, M. Bafford, R. Johnson, D. Davies, R.
Krekler, B. Norris, M. Tschacher, and B. Pfister. SIXTH ROW: D. Leimser, B. Taylor, J. Mitchell, B. Tay-
lor, B. Bramlet, K. Kaan, V. Poage, and D. Stubson. SEVENTH ROW: J. Shillenn, G. Williams, J. Meng,
D. Tryon, R. Brazelton, D. Rumney, A.Warcl, R. Dickinson, and P. Hubbard.
I-Club Wofrwm. Spa
Jim Shillenn, elected leader of the L-Club had a fine ath-
letic record at NCHS. Jim participated in football, four yearsg
basketball, two years. and wrestling, one year. His senior year
was particularly outstanding as he became the latest in a long
line of football record breakers at Lusk. Jim completely rewrote
the local rushing records as he amassed a total of 1136 yards in
183 carries, "Workhorse Shillenn" also printed and kicked off in
addition to playing the key position in the rover defense.
A football injury delayed Jim's wrestling season, but he
came strong in the latter part of the year. When state tourna-
ment time arrived, Jim made his season complete with a third
Championship efforts do not go unrewardedg the University
of Wyoming has awarded Jim a full football scholarship.
TOP ROW: B. Tryon, S. Bigelow, L. Owens, D. Burnham, S. Blackmore, B. Jervis, T. Taylor C Miller
J. Christian. SECOND ROW: M. David, C. Tollman, J. Potter, C. Tadewald. C. Sides, B. Branney B
Tollman. K. Taylor, C. Schnorenberg, J, Carpenter, T. Rankin, V. Sides. THIRD ROW: C. Vollmer I
Kinney, W. I-lales, K. Kruse, S. Tadewald, L. Leeling. I. Roby, I. Scott, S. Jordan, G. Eberspecher
FOURTH ROW: I. Poage. N. Hammond, M. Sides, B. llales, S. Witzenherger, M. David, C. McKay M
Burdick, P. Kuhn, S. Belcher, J. Letchworth. BOTTOM ROW: B. Mitchell. M. Pernau, R. Thompson
Relays were part ol the fun at the geteacquainted
The Girls' Athletic Association is organized
to promote interest in sports. On Tuesday nights,
the memhers meet in the gym. They enloy
participating in sports such as basketball. volleyball,
ping-pong, tennis, and gymnastics on the trampo-
The highlight of the year is an intramural
GAA'ets on the warpath?
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The Pep Club in action!
PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Mikell Christian,
Presidentg Nadine Nelson, Vice Presidentg
Linda Fernau, Secretaryg Shiela Erlewine,
Treasurerg Susan Iohnsonbaugh, Sr. repre-
sentativeg LeDonna Thomas, Ir. representa-
tiveg Vickie Sides. Sophomore representa-
tiveg and Kathy Taylor, Freshman
Pep Club honors the Queen
with a float.
"A" String Cheerleaders are Brenda
Lund, head cheerleaderg Sue Tyrrel,
Barbara Branny, and Phyllis
TOP ROW: J. Potter, G. Graham, I. Kinney, K. Kruse, C.
M. Hoy, S. Bigelow, B. Mitchell, S. Tadewald. W. Hales,
burger, C. Vollmer, D. Blackmore, J. Poage. THIRD ROW:
penter, A. Poage, C. Sides, F. Rogers, P. Barr. B. Hales, D.
ROW: B. Wolfe, C. Miller. B. Tryon, C. German, D. Rapp
King, L. Parmely, F. Smith. FIFTH ROW: L. McDaniel, S
Black, J. Hoblit, R. McLean, S. Lyon, B. Tollman, L. Leel
ing, B. Hughes, M. David. SIXTH ROW: M.
David, T. Taylor. C. Schnorenburg, B. Jervis, S. Blackmore,
L. Leeling, C. Taylor, J. l-lock, C. McKay. SEVENTH ROW:
S. Johnsonbaugh, S. Tyrrel, P. Shorten, B. Lund, M. Christi
Roby, I. Scott, I. Roby, S. Kuhn. SECOND ROW:
C. Tadewald, S. Belcher, C. Hahn, S. Witzen-
G. Eberspecher, P. Kratzer, R. Thompson, J. Car-
Lauer, P. Kuhn, S. Meredith, M. Fernau. FOURTH
, I. Letchworth, I. Kaan. L. Kaan, A. Hoy, C.
. Kaan, L. Owens, J. Christain, D. Burnham, M.
I. Boyd, B. Branney, L. Vogel, W. Townsend,
S. Erlewine, K. Taylor, V. Sides, L. Thomas,
an, N. Nelson, L. Fernau, Miss Boedeker, Sponsor.
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The Pep Club is the largest club in
N. C.1-l.S. and it's primary function is to promote
school spirit. lt accomplishes its purpose with the
aid of the Drill Team, another part of the Pep
Club. The Drill Team presented a drill with
flashlights in the dark for a grand homecoming
"B" STRING CHEERLEADERS--Wanda Letchworth, Ian
Hoblit, head cheerleaderg Flora Mae Rodgers, and Carmen
DRILL TEAM--LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Kratzer, Dixie Blackmore, Linda Vogel, Mikell Christian, Louise Leeling
Sibyl Kuhn, Sandy Witzenburger, Pam Kuhn, Gail Eberspecher, Susan Iohnsonbaugh, Judy Potter, Bobby Mitch-
ell, Cindy Vollmer, Melody David, Tammy Taylor, STANDING: Shirley Tadewald, Anita Poage, Sandy
Bigelow, Judy Carpenter, and in front is Judy Poage, Captain.
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Dean Rumney SL Sandy Potter
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Ian lloblit 84 Bob Taylor
BEST FIGURE X PIIYSIQUE
Judy Pate Jim Shilleun
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST DRESSERS
Susan Johnsoubaugh SL Keith Kaau Judy Poage 8 Irvin Moore
Ron Glaudt Al Gail Eberspecher
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Marge, in addition to keeping her good grades, was 'W '-M-f,.., " i4'iii ii' "
also one ofthe most active members of the class. In her
senior year, she served as president of National Honor
Society, president of Girl's Athletic Assn., Vice-president
of the Future Homemakers of America, and head major-
ette. In addition. Marge received the coveted John
Philip Sousa Award.
Susie is an outgoing member of
the senior class as well as a good stu-
dent. During her senior year she was
student director of the band, Vice-
president of Chorus, member of the
Pep Club Council, Secretary of Nation-
al Honor Society, a member of Drill
Team, and the Triple Trio. Among
the many awards presented her she was
also presented the John Philip Sousa
Award. Susan also played in the All
Northwest Band her senior year.
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Margylou Fernau fValedictorianJ: University
of Wyoming honor scholarship: D. A.R. good citizen
award: Readers Digest subscription.
Susan Johnsonbaugh fSalutatorianj: University
of Denver music grant: alternate, University of
Wyoming honor scholarship: alternate, Lusk Chamber
of Commerce teaching scholarship.
Keith Kaan: Highest ranking boy, University
of Wyoming honor scholarship.
Judy Poage: Danforth "I Dare You" award
booklet: outstanding senior in FHA, Niobrara County
Farm Bureau, Elks Youth Leadership award and
state FHA scholarship.
Clark Germann: Wyoming State Department
of Education legislative scholarship: alternate, Lusk
Lions Club teaching scholarship.
Louise Leeling: Chadron State College scholar-
ship: Lusk Lions Club teaching scholarship.
Wayne Thomas: alternate, University of
Wyoming honor scholarship: Stockmans National
Bank business scholarship.
Jim Shillenn: University of Wyoming full ath-
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Carol Taylor: Walt Elkin memorial scholarship
Lois Leeling: Lusk State Bank business schol-
Howard Taylor: Ralph Gene Roll memorial
Dixie Blackmore: Lusk Chamber of Commerce
Larry Lamb: Danforth "I Dare You" award
Judy Pate: Lusk State Bank business scholar-
Gerald Sheaman: Outstanding senior in FFA,
Niobrara County Farm Bureau.
Sandi Potter: alternate, Stockmans National
Marsha Sides: alternate Lusk State Bank busi
Noaleen Larson: Republican Womans Club
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Larry Lamb engineered the first trans-continental
race track and Steve Burke has just finished first in
the first trans-continental tractor marathon.
Lois Leeling has her own International Mouseketeer
program which comes on at 1500 hours ZULU
Guy Mosier is still trying to graduate from Penn.
Clark Germann just took over the country as Big
Brother and has printed his own posters saying, "Big
Brother is Watching You! "
Gary Crowley is still getting drunk--on cigarettes?
Ron Glandt still hates girls--but how many kids
does this make, Ron?
Donna Fullerton keeps looking for all those boys
they told her were at Cottey--what happened to Don
Bobby Davies is still fixing radios.
Keith Kaan invented a transistor radio that gets
stuck on the kissing tone.
Nina and Fran are still showing off engagement rings
Verda Martin is still admiring them.
Bud Taylor is the new Smokey the Bear at Yellow-
Margretta Smylie is still kennel boy at the local vet
clinic--who's the vet now, Maggie?
Jim Shillenn couldn't forget football--now he has
his own girls team--with Roxanne Thompson the star
Gail Eberspecher is Wife 1352 of a prominent Morman
businessman--just why did you go to Utah, Gail?
Jan Hoblit, are you still chasing boys? Really, at
Ed DeCastro is graduating from another school with-
out going. How many diplomas is this Ed?
Donna Eddy is the new Phys. Ed instructor at
N. C.H. S. this year--Wow--can she do those exer-
Dixie Blackmore is married and has five red-headed
Pat Kratzer still throws temper tantrums because her
Paris original was copied at Senior Prom.
Melody David is now and always was an only child.
Margylou Fernau hasn't quite gotten over the fact
that she was replaced on the girls basketball team by
Gerald Sheaman made it through school and now has
his own vet clinic.
Doug Smith is the new guidance counselor.
Jim Potter finally bought a decal for his car so that
"The White Devil" wouldn't be misspelled.
Dave Potter has a paint and glass store--he specializes
in broken windows.
Tony Outhouse still crys when he hears the song of the
'60's'--"That Little Brown Shack Out Back. "
Jack Mitchell and Judy Pate have added to their
JSL J Club--their new members are--John, Jill, Jim.
Joan, Junior, Jane, and George.
Myrna Burdick's most treasured possession is still her
Cody Clark is picking daisies and keeps naming the
petals - -Flora Mae- -Charlene- -Flora Mae- -
Charlene ----- .
Bob "Pacer" Taylor has his own bird watching group--
he gives tours on top of N.C.H. S. Auditorium.
Louise Leeling is still a fruititorian--I mean
Nadine Nelson is now a million dollar baby in a five
and ten cent store--did she ever get rich quick!
Marsha Sides is still trying to sneak out with the boys
without Jerry finding out.
Judy Poage recently married the Jolly Green Giant.
Lusk now has a new stop light--Dean Rumney was
hired to stand on the library corner.
Ralph Bredthauer doesn't have a bakery but he does
have his own "Baker"-- explain that Ralph!
Duane Canfield is still trying to start motorcycles--
he can be visited in the General Hospital.
Russ Kilmer is still paying for his first mistake.
Dave Ledford has his own Safeway with Norma Ham-
mond as the carry out boy.
Suzie Johnsonbaugh is playing flute with the Salva-
tion Army in New York City--Away, away with the
rum by gum.
Susie McBirney is doing commercials for Metrecal--
you only weight 85 pounds Susie! 1 !
Brenda Lund is going with Chubby now--she's
bound and determined to get a Pfister.
Linda McDaniels is running a finishing school for
Mike Christian is serving time for ignoring the draft.
Sandie Potter is still dragging main--but now on our
super highway. Don't you go home, Sandie?
Carol Taylor has joined a rock 'n roll group with
Fats Domino and Chubby Checker.
Noaleen Larson just won the National Sheep Shear-
ing Contest--she even beat brother Terry's record.
Wayne Thomas is still keeping hours for his parents-
he takes in washing for his spending money.
Ray Miller and "the Fugitive" are still using shoe
black on their hair.
Ralph Bredthauer wills Bob Pfister his ability to get
an older woman.
Steve Burke wills his ability to sleep in American
Problems to Doyle Davies and Shirlee Tadewald.
Dixie Blackmore wills her love for wrestling to
Myrna Burdick wills her ability to sleep through "It's
a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" to Monika Katti-
Mike Christian gives her understanding of physics
to Mike Bafford.
Duane Canfield wills all his broken bones to Steve
Baribeau--now, you'll have a valid excuse for losing
those wrestling matches, Steve.
Cody Clark wills Flora Mae's engagement ring to
Melody David wills her artistic ability to Ed Brott
and Kenny Canfield.
Bobby Davies wills her flirtatious ways to Diana
Nina DeSersa and Fran Heckman will their ability
to catch a man and keep him to Sunday Belcher
and Merry David.
Gail Eberspecher wills her bottle of bleach to Linda
Vogel--long hair takes more doesn't it Linda?
Gary Crowley wills his ability to acquire bowling
balls from Torrington to Bernie Schnorenberg.
Ed DeCastro wills his ability to get along with
teachers so well to just anybody.
Ron Glandt wills his Pink Passion Pit to anyone who
can get it started.
Margylou Fernau wills her athletic ability to Allen
Noaleen Larson wills another package of Jello to
Rick Kaan--somebody else next time, okay Rick?
Lois Leeling wills her sense of humor to anybody
who needs it--that's what we said--who needs it?
Irvin Moore wills his unconceited ways to Bob
Bramlet who definitely needs them.
Dean Rumney wills his red face to Betty I-lales--now
we'll have two bright lights around.
Louise Leeling wills her bottles of "Somewhere" to
Robert Burdick, Larry Crowley, and Alfred Ward.
Brenda Lund wills her ability to get tipsy on Dr.
Pepper during the Senior Play to Kathy Pearson.
Verda Martin gives her hair or what she has of it to
Bill Welch--think it will match, Bill?
Susie McBirney gives part of her weight to Jacque
Boyd and the rest to Pam Kuhn.
Gerald Sheaman wills his ability to milk cows to
anyone who wants a good grip or gripe whichever it
Linda McDaniel wills her intelligent answers in any
given class to Phyllis Shorten.
Nadine Nelson wills Tony back to Schelia Erlewine-
thanks for loaning him on sneak, Shelia.
Judy Pate wills her engagement ring to Becky
Jim Shillenn wills his figure to Roxanne Thompson.
Since Judy Poage was willed Bob Olafson's nose last
year she gives it next to Jerry Baker. and she wills
Mrs. B. to Marlene Black--good luck with the next
Marsha Sides wills her ability to play "Oh Hell", on
sneak to Kathy Kruse. and Ron Johnson.
Wayne Thomas wills his figure to Don Lambert.
Sandi Potter wills her natural red hair to Dave
Keith Kaan wills his slide rule to Jan Hock, Wanda
Krein, Sherry Jordon, Delores DeSersa--watch those
Russ Kilmer wills his ability to get into trouble
just once to anyone in the Junior Class who wants to
Larry Lamb wills the Sneak time-schedule to the
Senior Class next year--Best of Luck Kids, you'll
Donna Fullerton gives her acceptance to Cottey
to Don Stubson.
Norma Hammond and Marsha Side will their ability
to stick together through twelve years of school to
Vernon Poage and LaDonna Thomas--only one year
to go kids. Norma also wills Dean Rumney's tie to
Betty Hales--maybe you'll get it back someday
Dave Ledford wills his ability to give presents to
girls that are already going steady to Dennis Tryon.
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Ray Miller gives his church key to brother Bob so
they can keep it in the family.
Jack Mitchell wills his ability to have his first stimu-
lants on sneak to Mark Lohr--Was that a Rum Parfait
at the Snack Bar, too, Jack?"
Jan Hoblit wills her height to Jim Meng so he can
stuff that basketball next year.
Susie Johnsonbaugh wills her ability to chase a
Junior for two months without him knowing it to
Guy Mosier wills 6 blowers, a box of tools, and a
motor to anyone in the Junior Class who wants to
quit while they are ahead.
Tony Outhouse wills his bottle collection to Bob
Norris and Rich Krekeler--that way you won't have
to collect your own, Guys.
Dave Potter wills his bat swinging ability to Mr.
Z.immer's Junior Legion baseball team so they can
be State Champions this summer.
Pat Kratzer wills her ability to keep a job to Alice
Hoy, and Rick Kaan she wills to Taffy or anyone
who will take him.
Jim Potter wills his ability to do the Mexican Hat
Dance to Cynthia Vollmer.
Carol Taylor wills her ability to waltz to Tup Tim--
really swing out, Linda Kay.
Margretta Smylie wills her ballet costume from the
King and I and Volkswagen anchor to Ralph Dickin-
song and her freckles to Ray Mayhan and Roy
Bud Taylor wills his love for athletics to Roger Scott
and Bob Rising.
Doug Smith wills his ability to get along with the
guidance counselor to Jerry Baker.
Bob Taylor wills his never-used church key, blue
jacket, long hair, and ability to stay out of trouble
to Dennis Meier.
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Mrs. Bramlet--we will her own substitute teacher
so she can go on Sneak next year.
Mrs. Boner--now that she's found a gander we will
her some little geese.
Mr. Welch--we will a complete set of carpenter
tools including the hammer he gave Mr. Zimmer
last football season.
Mr. Johnsonbaugh--we will a whole set of physics
experiments that work.
Mr. Jensen--we will a Freshman beanie so he can
start all over again.
Mr. Bramlet--we will a girls' Ag class--we know
you get tired of boys Mr. B.
Mrs. Kaan--we will several sets of booties so she
can start her own little lit. class.
Mr. Zimmer--we will a 007 car.
Chief Whitefoot--we will a blowtorch instead of
matches to fire up his next basketball team.
Mr. Lorenz--we will an integrated class of Demo-
Miss Bock--we will another Sophomore Class so she
can improve on her crime detection.
Miss Boedeker--we will another male student
teacher. only a little taller.
Mr. Smith--we will a butter and egg truck.
Mr. Downey--we will a black leather jacket. a
motorcycle, and a shovel to bury his jokes.
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to Principal, Mr. Bud Rist.
Little praise is given to the "man behind the scenes", but yet without them we could not function. We wish
to thank each one for all that have done throughout the school year.
Mr. Tom Mclnhale, Custodian
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