Norfolk High School - Milestone Yearbook (Norfolk, NE)

 - Class of 1959

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' I D' I l .U Y I ' Q ' . . .. . . ......JulieBerner M O Ou October 26 1 958 GARY HIBBING was fatally mjured m an auto accxdent Gary was a semor at NHS and was actlve mbasketball track and chomr We pay trlbute to a fme athlete and classmate f I J . 4 , tl t 9 I .. , , .. 2 7519 Qf FACULTY SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FR ESHMEN ORGANIZATIONS ROYALTY ATHLETICS ADVERTISEMENTS Thms year we selected as our theme for the M1lestone NHS Drary We chose thls theme because we hope that thls Mxlestone canbe your own personal dIary of thls school year We hope thls book covers what you mIght have put In a dIary that lt mrght be a treasure to read now and LH years to come May th1s annual not be merely pages wIth pIctures on them but rather a book of memorm es of frrends of happlness and of the trIals and trIbulatIons of th1s past school year The semor class of 59 wlll walk out the doors of NHS thms year never agaIn to enter as students We wlll go our separate ways meet new frxends have new expemences and have dIfferent problems confronung Only through thms book may we enter agam Into thIs year and rellve lt once more Open now the pages of your Mxlestor e our NHS Dmar and lrve once more your 1958 59 school year Q-o-f,4!q44L.,gl- Edltor 3 . .. .. .... .. .. .. ....S .. .. .... .. ..... ....49 .. ...... ..... ...... . . ..57 ACTIVITIES ....... ... .... .. . .. .. ....YQ . .... . ....... .. .... ...93 . . . ...99 .......113 . . , . ... . , . .. us. , . I---Y ,, . YH--- .' The members of the Board of Education, from left to right are-Mr. Ed Hale, Fred Muller, George Koster Ir. , vice president: Benson Thornton, presidentg Mrs. Robinette, secretaryg Dr. Burkhardt, Ralph Reeves, Clarence Isaacson. af 'ff Q Facu1tyMemberssign in-Frontrow-Mr. Bouslough, Mr. Thelander, Mr. Greenlee, Mr. Hall. Back row-Mrs. Hoffman Miss Wagner, Mr. Maxwell. 5604? F""": 1 l DR. ALLEN P. BURKHARDT Superintendent of Schools Faculty celebrates birthday of Dr. Burkhardt and Miss Gordon THEODORE SKILLSTAD Principal Mr Roger Maxwell Assistant Principal Mr. Fred Egley Athletic Director .LA AA Mrs Lillian Robinette Superintendent s Secretary Mrs Leorna Bauman Superintendent s Secretary Ju! Mrs Beth Ankerstar Principal s Secretary Miss Mary Rice School Nurse L 7 ,Q- ELLWIN FLETCHER Mechanical Drawing Crafts WILLIAM GILES Head Football Coach Civics World Geography FAY GORDON Freshman English Shakespeare I IM GREENLEE Advanced Algebra Freshman Algebra LEONARD CAMPBELL Freshman Football Freshman Basketball Shop BLANCHE COLLINS Latin Sophomore English GERALD DANSKIN American History Jr. Business CHARLOTTE DOLL Girls Physical Education RALPH HALL Blology Pracucal Math Reserve Football Coach Asslstant Basketball and Track Coach EDGAR HAMM Vocat1onal Agnculture F F A MARGUERITE HOFFMAN Spamsh World Hlstory GAYLE JENKINS El'lg11Sh 7 8a 8 Glrls Counsellor MELVIN KNAAK Practlcal Math Amerlcan Hxstory WILLARD KORTH PhyS1CS Chemlstry Algebra IVAN KRUEGER Type Bookkeeping JAMES MANNING Biology ,af 2 401 W GORDON REED Sophomore Engllsh WILLIAM ROACH Freshman Englrsh Dramaucs Debate Speech WILLIAM SHAFFER Art GLADYS SVEC Home Economxcs ENGELINE MAROTZ Llbrarxan RANDALL MCEWEN Vocal Mus1c PAUL MCINTOSH General Sclence Guldance Dxrector RALPH MOERER Problems Algebra Head Football Coach FRANCES TEGELER Shorthand Typmg WESLEY THELANDER DFIVCIS Trarnmg Psychology HAROLD THOMPSON Boys Physrcal Ed DOROTHY VAHLE Home Economlcs In rf? my MERTON V WELCH Instrumental Musrc 11 uf ,va uh 8 RUTH WAGNER En ghsh 5 Ioumahsm Pubhcatrons IENNIE WALKER Geometry Trlgonometry . e ,. 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P' NX 'Q X 65 S 'Q Dear Dlary It ms hard to belreve that our senmor year LS gone and that we are actually crosslng the frnal stepprng stone rnto the future It IS wlth rruxed emotlons that we say our flnal "good bye" and retrace our steps through the four eventful years spent ln the halls of N H S As freshmen we gazed ln admlratmon at the "b1g" semors and felt honored when they answered our many questlons At fmrst we were fmlled wlth bewllder ment for everythlng around us was new and excrtmg As the year slowly dled and fall turned mnto wlnter and wmter turned xnto sprmg we began to gamn more and more confmdence We experrenced the "f1rst" of many thxngs whlch were la ter to become a defxmte part of our hlgh school llfe pep ralhes games dan ces class plays convocatlons and pxcmcs And before we knew lt we were sophomores No longer could we be pushed around by the other kxds No longer could we be looked down upon and consldered 'th1ngs" lnstead of human be1ngs Conslderlng ourselves qulte xmportant w took an actlve part mn all school act1v1t1es and the year sllpped by so fast that we could hardly belxeve we were Jumors Upperclassrnen' We had hardly grven any thought to thxs word before Now we consldered mt about the most Lmportant word Ln the Enghsh language So many new thlngs happened durmng that year We took part ln County Government Day our own class play the Hare and Hound race Qwhxch we tredj and the detamled planmng of the prom of whrch the theme was 'Heaven On Earth" Our class was represented at Glrls and Boys States by very deservxng students Smce we were so busy the year sped by ln no tmme We were semors' It IS hard to descrlbe our feelmgs as we serlously thought about thls In many ways we were anxlous to graduate and to get out on our own 1nto the world so full of opportun1t1es But we could not help remembermg all the great frlends we had made Our semor year was a busy one ln fact pro bably the buslest of all We won the Hare and Hound race and were glven a mar velous prom by the Jumors Our class play wmll long be remembered by all of us As the year sllpped by we came closer and closer to graduatxon Many plans were made and Ldeas of college marrrage or worklng were carefully studxed Suddenly the curtaln came down upon the frnal act of our hlgh school career I tears we looked back over all the happy tlmes and unforgetable memorles f the past four years Now as we leave our "halls of 1vy" to travel farther down the path of l1fe we sadly say "farewell" to the school whlch wlll always remaln among our most cher1shed memorles THE SENIORS 14 'X 9 I f a a s I ' 1 1 . . . . -- . , , - a 1 s - , . . , E 2 a ' s 3 D . . ' I n I o - 9 . ". , " . , . . n s - . . . . n 9 . 0 - 1 a JOHN ALEXANDER- "His words are few, but his friends are many. " MARY ANDERSEN-"Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others. " BILL ARNOLD-"Conversationis the vent of character as well as of thought. " MARILYN ARNS-"Nothing great was achieved with- out enthusiasm. " 15 'ull' .Q 6' r.A' Y' ff' " .,,4f . BETTY BARNEKE-"Kindness is virtue itself. " SHERRY BARR-"Expression can invest beauty with conquering charms. " FRED BAUMAN-"The mind is the proper judge of the man. " SANDY BEEMER-"Cheerfu1ness is an offshot of good- ness and of wisdom." MARDELL BIGGERSTAFF-"A ready smile is worth its weight in gold. " SHIRLEY BONSER-"Faithfu1ness and sincerity first of all. " RANDY BUSS-"He harbors many good qualities in his port. " KATHLEEN CARLSON- "Softness of smile indicates sofmess of character. " TOM BENSON-"Whenever you find humor you find him close by its side. " ANN BERRY-"Wit is the salt of conversation. " STAN BETTIN-"Coolness, and absence of heat and haste, indicate fine qualities. " RICHARD BIEHLE-"He finds satisfaction in things well done. " VIRGINIA CARLSON-"Silence is more musical than any song. " JUDY QFITCHJ CARY-"Vivacity goes hand in hand with cheerfulness. " BARBARA CATON- "Responsibility walks hand in hand with capacity and power. " ORLENE COLBENSEN- "A pleasant way which she puts to use everyday. BOB COOK-"Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings. " KATHLEEN COOK-"Mild in speechg calm in actions. " ROSEMARY CRAIG-"She wears a smile that doesn't come off. " BEVERLY DEDERMAN-"Good humor makes all things tolerable. " JOYCE FEDDERN- "Her friendliness inspires others to be friendly. " BILL FERGUSON-"He is truly great that maketh no account of any height of honors. " JOANN FERRIS-"Good things always come in small packages. " DICK FIELD-"The greater man, the greater courtesy." BILL DRANSELKA-"A friend to everyone is he. " TWILA DRANSELKA-"The wise are not dependent on others. " EVELYN EHRICHS-"Gentle of speech, --beneficient of mind. " WILLIS FOLK-"Judge not his power by his size. " BILL FLEMING-"The sincere alone can recognize sincerity. " KATHI FLYNN-"Virtue and sense are one. " PHYLLIS FRANK- "Hard work is the recipe for suc- cess. " SHIRLEY FULLNER-" With her ability, success has an easy path. " RALPH GOETSCH-"Quiet persons are welcome everywhere. " GLENDA GOLDSWORTHY-"Look for a lovely thing and you will find it. " CARLTON GORDON-"Where there's music there can't be mischief. " KAROLYN GOWLER- "There are few things she can't do and do well." 'D DONNA HAASE-"The more you know her the better you like her. " JANIS HALL-"The mildest manner and the gentlest heart. " KLAS HELMERSON-"A superior man is modest in his speech, but exceeds in his actions. " GORLYN HENZLER- "He works with patience. " BETTY GUMMUS- "Success is aninevitable reward for a patient attitude. " DAVE GUSTAVSON- "Such a man of truth is he. " MARILYN GUTSHALL-"For great responsibilities there is a great reward, " CHARLES HAASE-"Honesty is a fine jewel. " EUGENE HILLE- "Ca1mness and happiness coincide to make a great man." TERRI HOFFART- "Strong reasons make strong actions. B. J. I-IOILE-"A little nonsense now and then is relish- ed by the wisest men. " HAROLD HORNER-"A pleasantpersonality is a mark of greatness. " d. 'T' we ss,, ,.,s , ,W -2 L17 mi rv E 5 . E' Q , 0:3 l f f ' Nj "" .5 5 I ROD INGHAM-'lighthearted and gay, though wil- lingness is never lacking. " SUE ISAACSON-"Here is a dear and industrious friend to all. " JIM JACOBSON- "Great actions speak great minds. " JANICEJENKINS-"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. " FRAN KELLNER- "Silence is sweeter than words. " CAROL KERBER-"The voice so sweet, the words so fair. " SANDY KLAWONN-"Her ways are the waysof pleasantness. " LARRY KLEINSCHMIT-"With a twinkle in his eye, he goes his merry way. " KAREN JOHN- "Variety is the spice of life. " DAVE JOHNSON- "Willingness to try that which seems impossible. " MARIORIE JOHNSON- "A rare compound of jollity, frolic, and fun." LARRY KAUFMAN-"Men of few words are the best men. " COITIC LARRY KOEHN-"A gentle manner is always wel- fs ji., . .. ,rf MARY ANN KOEHLER- "She is as faithful to a task as to a friend. " ELTON KOLLM AR-"Small in stature but big in heart. " LYLE KUCERA-"A man's true wealth is the good he does in this world. " X.. 5 ff z 5 . fe ,E ir .Y "QT, I PHYLLIS LARSON-"Patience is a pillar of human peace. " ERLENE LAFAVOR-"Life is short. but sweet, and so is she. " LADONA LEHMAN-"Neat, sweet, and hard to beat. " DALE LEMM-"He 's never shy nor is he bold. " so .pp-u-'GQ BILL MACHMULLER- "The breath of popular applause. " JERRY MARSHALL-"Happiness makes all things easy. RICHARD METTEER- "Sincerity is essential for success. " MARY MILLER-"Make use of what you have and suc- cess will surely come to you. " LOUISE LIHS- "Light haired but not light headed. " ALLEN LONG- "Si1er1ce is golden. " MARCIA MCINTOSH-"To know her is to love her. ' DORIS MCQUISTAN-"Silence is one great art of conversa tion. " SANDY MILLER- "Cheerfu1ness is a sunny ray of life. " JUDY MOLLHOFF-"Good sense and good nature are never parted. " BRUCE MOTYCKA-"The truest politeness comes of sincerity. " KAREN MOUNTJOY- "How far that little candle throws its beams. " std ,1- 105' 0,4 1 MARY NEGLEY-"Good sense is one of life 's greatest blessings. " TOM NELSON-"He is great who is himself. " JUDY OLSEN-"She dazzles our eyes as she flies to our hearts. " HENRY OLSON-"Trif1es themselves are elegant in him. " CAROL SCHMIDT-"Appreciativeness is the pathway to happiness. " DICK SCHMIDT-"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine. " GLEN SCHULTZ-"Merrily, merrily shall I live now." JANE SCOTT-"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. " LAVONNE PAPSTEIN-"Goodness is in the meek and thankful heart. " JANICE RADENZ- Quiet and genial in all ways. " MIKE REINECCIUS-"He has a heart with room for every joy. " LORRAINE RONK- "Her cheeks so fair, no daisy makes comparison. " TERRY SEEMAN- "Happy is he, from care he is free. " BETTY SIEDSCHLAG- "Enthusiasm is sincerity and truth. " RICHARD SLOAN-"Energy and ambition lead to future satisfaction. " ALBERTA SMITH-"Nothingis so full of victory as patience. " GARY L. SMITH-"Courtesy is the ornament of a noble man. " ROBERTA SMITH-"A cheerful look makes a dish a feast. " IANICE SOVEREIGN- "Si1ent often. friendly always. " FAY SPLITTGERBER- "Her voice is e.er soft, gentle, and low. " 'QW -av-IT DAVE THEOPHILUS-"They that govern the rnost make the least voice. " JAMES THOMPSON-"As friendly as a man could be. " JUDY TIEDGEN- "Work and wit in a delightful pro- portion. " EILEEN TIMM-"Actions speak louder than words. " BILL STEELE-"Art is power. " STEVE STEVENSON-"A smile on his lips and a sparkle in his eyes. " RONALD STOFFER- "Often quiet, but often cheerful. CLIFFORD SULLIVAN-"Here 's a young man good as gold. " CAROL TIMPERLEY- "Character is the diamond that scratches every other stone. " TED TOAY-"The surest way not to fail is to deter- mine to succeed. " DAVID TWEEDY-"The individual character is the hope of society. " KAREN UECKER- "Character is made up of small duties faithfully performed. " CAROLINE UTTECHT-"Neatness is a building block of all great undertakings. " CAROLYN VAN EVERY-"She has an eye that could speak though her tongue were silent. " LARRY VOECKS- "Laughing is a sensation of feeling good all over. " JOAN VOSS-"Her wit makes others witty. " 3 Q51 8 SHARON WAGNER - "Kind words open the gateway to many friends. " PHYLLIS WALMSLEY - "Kindness is wisdom." JEAN WEICH ' "Patience is the art of hoping. " JOYCE WILLIAMS - "There are often voice and words in a silent look. " DALLAS WACHTER - "Devoted to duty, a hard worker is he." LUANN WACHTER - "Her voice is sweet as if it took its music from her face." LEON WAGNER- "Co-operation is the key-word to achievement. " MARILYN WAGNER- "Enthusiasm is the fullness of earnestness. " PAT WILSON- "She thatis ever fairand never proud. " DESMOND QSKIPJ WOLSLEGER - "The best of life is conversa tion. " QED "I just can't believe it" "A camera? Where?" "Songbird "Candy bar, anyone ?" Wachter" 3 1 Fa ts Domino?" 4' 4 . 1 4 I 'i Q , ! Marilyn Gutshall, Bi1lF1eming, Barbara Caton, and Jayne Combs. Karen John, Dick Swoboda, Evelyn Eirichs, Doug Busskohl, Carlton Gordon, and Richard Biehle. Nadyne Long, Sandy Palmer, Kathleen Welch, Roger Reeves, and Ardith Robertson. Jane Apfel, Judy Risor, Diane Clark, Barbara Gardner, Jean Weich, Richard Christensen, Leona Brown, and Jan Flynn. Kathi Flynn, Joyce Williams, and Judy Smith. :iv f . ww wfoii ,XM vo Nm fe' 033,56 We 5,533 ff' s-1 I ff! 'Ddaaffrhpf 151- MQW AQ Moygym J HX Ef"N'Q'Y,L!f l ff Ybiwjip 9' W 6 if WQQW of M! 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We'll admit our defeat in the hare and hound race but it was sure fun anyway fat times we wondered if the seniors were even out therej. Our class play and the prom we put on really knocked 'em over! We put a lot ofworkinto them but it was really worth it. We never realized how much fun decorating for the prom could be. Of course, we had our trying little experi ences and we all did our share of yelling at each other, but we also had our share of laughs, fun and pleasure in seeing the surprised looks on the faces of the seniors when they saw our masterpiece. Next year we'll be the big wheels around 'ol NHS and we've got a big job ahead of us to fill the shoes of the class of '59. One more year left and we intend to make it the best! ! The Juniors Juniors help in production of Milestone at a Milestone staff meeting. Jay Adkins Judy Ainsworth Neil Andersen Diane Ankerstar Jane Apfel Carol Bathke Susan Bauer Robert Bauermeister John Bauman Donna Beckenhauer Dave Berge Julie Berner Judy Brei Bob Bricker Leona Brown Katy Brozek Doug Busskohl Margilee Campbell ff' A . nf H Bud Benin Linda Block Jean Bohn Carole Boyd Frank Braithwaite Steve Brasch Beverly Carstens Berry Chleboun Richard Christensen Diane Clark Jayne Combs Jerry Cook St r Jgidrrt ,J ee, IIHVG , x thin Wear C fsfx '!'Y' Bob Crippen Elaine Danskin Wallie Davis Ian Dearmin Dick Degaillez Caroline Degner Diann Foss Charles Frederiksen Mallie Rae Gall Barbara Gardner Beverly Gardner Gary Gettman .. : qi' FS' " :Q QT" .. ? rf . :qw :gg - 4- , 1 nj K if A X IFE 38 Nadine Deke Par Faubel Arlene Ferguson Ioan Fisher Par Fisher Ben Flaskamp V ".V xii ,,27 Bonnie Gocken Norma Jean Gowler David Gray Tom Gray Ronald Hampton Bruce Hanson O Absent when PiCtures WSH? taken 'MM V ' A4,..v a ,n if f 21"-13" lf 5 fl j Y ,A ' r. fn, Photograph not available Laura Hargis Diane Heckman Leon Henrichs Judy Henry Arlis Henzler Ronald Herian Tomilee Hughes Sheila Johnson Martin Jones Jim Kasparek Pat Kay Linda Kincannon Fred Hiatt Dale Hinken Dan Hoffman Larry Hoffman Sharon Hoskinson Nancy Huelle wig? Picture not available I Bill King o Ken King Gloria Klentz ESV f CarolK1ug To ,' i F Dick mug Ann Laubsch Photograph nor, available E Keith Lenser Bonnie Leu Lorena Leu xr- mm Pwture not ava1lab1e Nadyne Long Kay McCurdy Roger McKibben fi Diana Nelson Wes Nisker Jerry Nordeen Jeanine Noyer Karen Noyes Norman Ochsner Jim Mashek Beverly Mather Martha Miller Robert Miller Judy Morrison Bob Murphy Sally Palmer Sandy Palmer Edelene Pollman Barbara Raabe Shirley Raabe Barbara Raasch 2 ,Q l f f' one pq V , E9 5 r- 1 P Hshlhg Bob Radnich Roger Reeves Terry Renner Joyce Riekenberg Ardith Robertson Bill Roker Gary Smith Sharon Sommerfeld Sharon Stewart Gary Stone Janice Sunderman Bill Talbot Wi nw 1 ' ti an Qi at 44 Jack Salter Mary Scheurich Tom Seevers Doug Siecke Judy Siecke Bill Siedschlag Bill Thenhaus Vickie Thomas Lois Timperley Stanley Titman Louis Uecker JoAnn Utrecht "AN 'U' Had to Work ,fl 'N XLR g. 'ii 5' if ,. l Gloria Von Seggern Connie Wagner James Wagner Gary Weaver Jo Weddingfeld David Welch Kathleen Welch Rodney Wilcox Durwood Williams Dawn Williamsen Marietta Wittler Leslie Kay Wood Laurette Wrightson Lyman Wrightson 46 l1St S X 0 fl 6 0 18 af S30 fxx -Z-XS 512119, CJ0 K 'N ff W My K.-K! 49 J !ff, 3 fx "f I Z nd X 3 ., t f 'f f a? 0 R ' f ., ' l49S'l'16SMS:'7Ni!c4bQ?W gf Q Z5 f sf' K sk 5 VILL Dear Diary, It's hard to believe but we're almost upperclassmen! We are in a position where we have so much to look forward to and yet so many wonderful memories to look back upon. Yes--we are half way through our high school years. We've learned a lot these past two years--not only subject-wise but also socially. We've met a lot of people and had lots of fun. Ofcourse, we're determined to put on the best prom ever and a terrific class play, and to win the hare and hound race and field day next year! This year we had a big time at our last class picnic. We kept in mind that it would be the last class picnic we would ever have so we really lived it up! Some of us took part in band trips and other trips of that sort. We also con- tributed to the cheering at games and pep rallies. Honestly, the school spirit this year was terrific! All in all we can say with all sincerity that we have had a fun-filled sopho- more year that will always be fun to look back on. The Sophomores Many sophomores, among others, lend a hand to the cheering at a high-spirited pep rally. Genie Adkins Betty Ainsworth Douglas Anderson Janice Anderson Rosalie Axford Diane Barritt Glenn Bauer Jerry Beemer Robert Behrens Bob Benck Dennis Bergerson Frances Bockelman Terry Bottorff LeRoy Brockelsby Marilyn Brunmeier Connie Buss Gary Camp Kendall Carlson Meldean Jo Carlson Gloria Cary Steve Christoffersen Judith Clark Dick Cobb Kay Coldiron Margie Cox Chuck Degaillez JoAnn Degaillez Sharon Deitloff Lavon Dertien Rita Ehrichs Gary Elston Randy Emrich Tom Emrich Lanny Fauss Roger Fiehn au 8 .9 Just .F ,J Camera Shykd PiCtl1I'Q not available Just C' didnt T""fA'hi sa- have L47 13 if a I ' yi S h- , A- 1q A Tlttgng If 1 Gone f i ff' .f7',fiShlDQ R 4 ui.-X r X -F' J iii. Jf jp' .Y 'XP if T PICLUTGS ,rv if? Were ta A? X V Photograph not available Sara Fleming Marvin Frank Mardelle Frink Sandra Fryer Phyllis Fuhrman Grace Gavit Norman Geyer Carole Godel Diane Gokie Richard Gummus Phyllis Haines Sharon Hales Judith Halsey Merlin Hamilton Gene Hammerlun Janice Hansen Erika Harbart Wally Hass Karen Heckman Lois Heckman Virginia Herrick Carol Hibbing Bruce Hiller Mable Himes Lynn Hoffart Roger Hofmann Sharon Huebner Janet Hundr Jim Hundr Joann Iron Thunder Bill Janssen Ronnie Janssen Carl Jeffrey Albert Jochens Gretchen Johnson Julie Johnson LeRoy Johnson Patricia Kaufman Bruce King Karen Klawitter Phyllis Koehler Karen Hohler Jeanette Kortje Marlene Kortje Glenn Krueger Jay Kusy LaRay Lambert Sandy La mm Judy Lau Lou Jean Lau Randall Lihs Ka rhryn Lindstead Carol Liveringhouse Michele Livingston Marlene Lord Rogene Lueders LaVerne Mclntosh Betty Maple James Marquardt Judy Matzke Carol Miller Ronald Munson Dan Myers Barry Nelson James Nelson Patricia Nelson Donna Newkirk Leon Northouse Gilbert Nykodym Barbara Ober James Oss Bill Palmer Erwin Paulsen Mary Ann Peters Rachel Pinnt Jerry Pospisil Larry Pospisil Marlin Pospisil Darlene Post Dave Powell Lynn Quigley Jean Raasch Roy Redmond Garry Reeker Pat Rees Pat Ressell Shirley Riehart Judy Riser Miva Robbins Karron Robinson Ruth Roker Ransy Roman Dolly Saltonstall Mary Ann Schnebel Dale Schipporeit Gary Schnoor Kathy Schnoor Norman Schrader Diane Schroeder Diane Scott Sally Scott Sandra Silkett Don Simpson Susie Simpson Judy Smith Janice Sohl Kay Spangaard Sharon Spiering Gynell Spreeman Emily Stahlin Ronald Srauffer Dick Stevens Jack Stewart Charles Stockman Julie Stoeber Joann Strate Ann Surber Virginia Swanson Dick Swoboda Bill Talbot Ruth Tempelmann Don Theophilus Judith Thietje David Thurstenson Larry Tierney Donna Timperley Phil Tucker Carol Tweedy LaJean Uecker Frank Uehling Shirley Utrecht Gene Wagner Carin Walmsley Teddy Weddingfeld Karen Weigt Roger Wenke Marcia Wheeler LeRoy Wichman Janice Wiechelman Frank Wiley Mike McCarthy Emafbey af S2145 Well, it looks to me like it would be thisway. " h h 99 "O , w ere. Mr. Welch and bus driver pose as Bill Arnold pops A toast to good 'ol NHS?'?? into view. Zewwa I Q IQA 0 WWW' K w ii 0 X ,X W if IKE Vw 57 Dear Dlary Well we re almost sophomores now ourfreshman year IS drawlng to an end Whatayear thlshas been' All the upperclassmen clalm we entered the butld mg wrth our mouths hangxng open but frankly we were too confused to notrce We caught on rrght fast though and then the fun began' ' Itwasreallyfunbelngarealpartof thlngs the games dances organtzatlons acnvmes we Jotned ln and had the ume of our hfe' Then we had our freshman class p1cn1c' None of us could ever forget what a rlotous mght that proved to be We stood by and watched the junlor semor prom the hare and hound race f1eld day the class plays and other such actrvltres Wllh envy and anxretyl Won t be long now and we ll take part rn those acuvttres too' there rs hard work connected with II but rt sworth every mrnute of rt Our offlcers student council representatlves teachers and just everyone dlcl a swell Job to make thrs freshman year one that we ll never Iorget The Freshmen L12 QQ: N' ui F-r3f40730 Z5 Semor 'lyajlalj roam IS 20? IN 7 58 We actually never realized how much fun high school life could be. Granted 'V' ' Q K J 4 Y v Y H 0 4 . 7 . I Don Anderson Donald Apfel Gary Apfel Carol Ashby William Ayers Rae Ann Baldridge Wendi Barber Douglas Barr Francis Bates Marcia Behmer Jerry Behnke Nancy Benson Ronnie Bettin Jim Beutler Bill Bickley Larry Blank Ronnie Bleich Gary Blinn Loren Bloomquist Jim Bonser Clarence Bowers Donna Brixius Larry Brixius Mildred Brunswick Beverly Campbell Bill Carmichael Linda Christensen Clyde Christian Verna Cole Joyce Colwell Buddy Cornett Irene Coughtry David Crane Elsie Cubbison Carole Davis mm Jen--L -A 592 X em' Q I I .is Y . wc ri Q Gone LQ fiis fi5h1U9 A C YFAQC1, 110 V.: Kg l N KV L' l av N I s IQ. X Whig ? ' sk L Photograph Ph0t0qf3Ph not available HOL avaliable I .vp W5 Ha to G fiSlQl?l?Q I Ofk .g' 3' 1' A Ja 5 F 5.4 1? 'Tw' J . -BW' . an '55-g V gs , A. 4 i Leslie Hintz Eileen Hofferber Jan Hoover Betty J. I-Iundt Dean James Janice James Doug Jeffrey Jon Jones Randall Juracek Kay Kelly Pamela Kelly Maxine Kerber Carol Kittelson Sherry Klawonn Nancy Klug Lyle Krueger Victor Kruger Glenda LaCroix Linda Lanman Richard Larson Marlin Laubsch Judy Leiding Lyle Leu Marlin Leu Marion Lintt Keith Long Jim Longcor Ellen McKenzie Ronald McKenzie LaJean Maas Lanny Maas James Mahoney Roger Marlort Sandra Marr Joan Marshall .I I ,V x S -4 'll . F ..,,: fi, ., 1.15. x,'n. 1, 1 , 1 gg- ww? V+ ' . ,- er v 2-,gy iii -H' ' y :'vv3l'L ll? ' 252331. 'ESV .Wk Z eff If 11 j f' f c M- vo- , X 0 A! 6 v - 4-. J g lm' , M ' 9' 3 'I f , , Q ' .615 ' W f ,1 Hiya' I V' C 5 I- W f if , Y L, A , xr 5 .. Q2 Q W N-,ii . ff J s , Q x,fe.X 4 I , w wf f '? f 3 f m ei - ' , Xsgwxw - 'ia i jigwy f ,,A, W, i 'TT Billie Ring Jim Risor Terry Rogge Allen Row land Lynn Saltonstall Sharon Schlecht Robert Schmidt Paulette Schmode Marleen Schnoor Judy Schoening Jacque Schulz Joe Seda LeRoy Shipps Mary Shipps Jim Siedschlag David Signor Tom Sloan Doug Smith Karen Sohl Robert Sohl Janet Sommerfeld Neoma Sovereign Russell Spangaard Gerald Starkel Donna Sullivan Michael Sund Arlen Sunderman Tom Swedburg Dick Ternes Kenneth Thirlwall Jesse Thompson Gerald Timperley Barbara Titman Dick Truex Tom Turk Had to vfork not available 1- 9 fu X E 5 Larry Young S . JuSt R lf' CEITYIQTH hy f S .,, Jerry Utrecht Mary Ann Van Marel Steve Van Orman Judy Voecks Shirley Voss Reggie Wade Elaine Wagner Jerry Wagner Susan Weich Glen Whitw er Robert Winter Valere Winter Larry Wittler Donna Wittnebel Roger Wolff ok xv' 1 1- , C my l " f if 03' Qi zz ' 'T 'A- f?" Wi an 17 Ted Toay, vice presidentg Betty Barneke, secretaryg Dave Theophilus, presidentg Jane Scott, treasurer. ' fin' Julie Berner, treasurerg Kathleen Welch, secretary: Dawn Williamsen, treasurerg Bob Radnich, presidentg Wes Nisker vice presidentg Frank Haithwaite, vice president. QI? fi i, b V ,K . 0, . 91 ugh. 3' 2 Va . , rg is Q Q2 ff f- rv is-I at 1' at If 'ffl 'W fi .. id ':.',v+3. 2- Q -,x he FP: ,bil 5. , 9 55991522 JW' K'-ry fx, : t.. ,a,1.w+ was ill fs. 4 S QQ, Q v ,Q lf.. ll, 4 'L ..,4,," ' -H., 'S WA 5 ,Nb 99, -,uve UIQ - 9 Tom Ernrich, president, Janice Anderson, secretary: Jack Stewart, vice president: Sally Scott, treasurerg Don Theophilus, vice president. Q0 4 Judy Schoening, secretary: Billie Ring, presidentg Linda Lanman, treasurer: Shirley Voss, vice presidentg Steve Putnam, vice presidentg Ronnie Hilkemeier, president. -was .M S 5453 X , f77Yf?iw E? SIFNNQ as vw in WX ff afwjadbna xx f .Y M x QQ fig? 1 ,X jyfff W6 Q5 X . K X, 'B - XXX Vi X 2 5 WN --1" 7 Seated-Diana Scott, Sally Palmer, Evelyn Ehrichs, Bill Fleming, Henry Olson. Sue Isaacson, Klas Helmerson, Nancy ' ' ce Benson, Mallie Gall. Standing-Mr. Maxwell, Steve Brasch. Marlin Leu, Doug Busskohl. Mr. Skxllstad, and Bru Hiller. 6 10 ff ff L' E j It OFFICERS President Henr Olson: vice presiden r, Bill Flemingg secretary, ' Y Evelyn Huichsg treasurer, Sue Isaacson. SIN QTN 69 .o ce 2 The N'Ergettes are left to right: First row-Janice Anderson, Joan Ferris, Joan Voss, Shirley Voss, Marilyn Gutshall, Judy Schoening, Sue Isaacson, and Joan Motycka. Second row-Mrs. Tegeler, sponsor, Gretchen Johnson, Diane Ankerstar, Rita Ehrichs, Evelyn Ehrichs, Carolyn Osborne, and Dawn Williamson. Third row-Betty Barneke, Judy Lau, Nancy Huelle, Kathleen Welch, Sandy Klawonn, Judy Olsen, Jean Frederickson, and Lynn Saltonstall. Fourth row- Billie Ring, Linda Lanrnan, Nancy Benson, Sally Scott, Joan Fisher, Linda Christensen, Mallie Gall, Beverly Carstens, and Edelene Pollman. The N'Ergettes have also been very busy this year. Their activities included such things as Homecoming, selling "beat tags", presenting skits, and decorating for the footballgames. They, in their flashy Maroon and White outfits, do a lot to increase our school spirit. 52? N'ERGETTE OFFICERS First row-Sue Isaacson, Glenda Goldsworthy, Joan Fisher, and Joan Voss. Second row-Marilyn Gutshall, Sandy Klawonn, and Evelyn Birichs. Third row-LaDonna Lehman, and Judy Olsen. 'I'he Minute Men left to right are: First row-Jack Frohloff, Bill Carmichael, Henry Olson, Mike Reineccius, Ronnie Hilkemeier, Jay Adkins, Martin Jones, Dick Swoboda, Frank Braithwaite, and Mr. Greenlee, their sponsor. Second row-Dave Powell, Gordon Hartwig, Woody Williams, Steve Brasch, Steve Putnam, Tom Emrich, Lyle Kucera, Rod Ingham, and John Miller. Third row-Bill Fleming, Lyman Wrightson, Don Theophilus, John Alexander, Neil Ander- sen, Bob Bricker, Randy Ernrich, Wes Nisker, and Gary Blinn. Fourth row-Bill Ferguson, Ted Toay, Bob Radnich, Doug Busskohl, Dave Theophilus, Pat Fisher, Jerry Nordeen, Bruce Hanson, Bruce Hiller, and Dan Myers. The Minute Men have been a busy group this year. Their purpose is to boost school spirit, and they have really done so. They helped at Teacher 's Convention, presented several skits for the student body and at games, and assisted the N'Ergettes with Homecoming by decorating and es- corting the royal party to their thrones. Selling beat tags is another of their projects, as is giving their time to the school to sell pop, popcorn, and candy during the basketball games. O 7 Sze s ,as 155 Q 1' MINUTE MEN OFFICERS First row-Steve Brasch, Mike Reineccius, and Henry Olson. Second row-Bill Fleming, Wes Nisker, Bill Ferguson, and John Ale-xander. gl OFFICBQS: lst row-Jane Scott, presidentg Lois Timper- ly, vice president. 2nd row-Bev Carstens, treasurerg Sandy Palmer, secretary: Marcia McIntosh, attendance SCC1'eIaI'y. 2:7 During the year the Pantherettes were busy with many activities. They sponsored several buses to out- of-town games, held several candy sales, decorated for the games, sold pennants, had charge of the Sports Royalty Homecoming, and were always in there cheer- ing to encourage school spirit. Their new outfits this year consisted of maroon skirts and weskits, with long sleeve white blouses. Miss Ruth Wagner sponsored the group. 72 3 SENIORS IUNIORS Seated: Shirley Bonser, Evelyn Ehrichs. Standing: Sandy Seated: Joyce Riekenberg, Jo Weddingfeld. Standing Klawonn, Barbara Caton, Grenda Goldsworthy, Alberta Elaine Danskin, Edelene Pollman, Pat Faubel, Diann Smith, Sue Isaacson Foss, Bev Mather, Sharon Sommerfeld IZ J c e IZ 4 Chief and Mrs. Moore FRESHMEN Seated: Shirley Voss, Linda Christensen. Standing: Billie Ring, Carolyn Osborne, Lynn Saltonstall, Nancy Benson, Judy Schoening SOPHOMORES Seated: Virginia Swanson, Sally Scott. Standing: Janice Andersen, Julielohnson, Judy Lau, Betty Maple, Gretchen Johnson 3 if Qt QQ I., y ,- 1 'r . 1 1 . 1 Xl 1 z I ' I 5 , , , , , K , 'xiii f W Front row-Mary Ann Koehler, Marilyn Gutshall, Fran Kellner, Karen John, Sue Isaacson, Shirley Bonser, Roberta Smith, Joan Voss, LuAnn Wachter, Orleen Cobensen, Mary Miller, Barbara Caton. Second row-Rosemary Craig, Karen Uecker, JoAnn Ferris, Carol Timperley, Judy Olsen, Glenda Goldsworthy, Beverly Dederman, Sherry Barr, Carolyn Van Every, Evelyn Birichs. Third row-Marilyn Wagner, Judy Mollhoff, Doris McQuistan, Karen Mountjoy, Karolyn Gowler, Sharon Wagner, Pat Wilson, Donna Haase, Marilyn Arns, Sandy Beemer, Mary Anderson, Jane Scott, Betty Barneke. Fourth row-Alberta Smith, Kathi Flynn, Judy Tiedgen, Eileen Timm, Phyllis Frank, Janice Jenkins, Louise Lihs, Marcia McIntosh, Sandra Klawonn, Sandy Miller, LaDona Lehman, Fay Splittgerber. . Ny . M . Front row-Bonnie Gocken, Jane Apfel, Elaine Danskin, Jayne Combs, Kathy Welch, Julie Berner, Sally Palmer, Joan Fisher, Donna Beckenhauer, Tomilee Hughes, Pat Faubel. Second row-Diane Clark, Nancy Huelle, Ardith Robertson, Shirley Raabe, Linda Block, Laura l-largis, Jean Gowler, Bev Mathers, Diana Nelson, Joyce Riekenberg. Third row- Laurette Wrightson, Jo Weddingfeld, Judy Morrison, Dianne Ankerstar, Judy Henry, MargileeCampbe1l, Carol Bathke, Mallie Rae Gall, Bonnie Leu, Dianne Foss, Janet Dearmin. Fourth row-Sandy Palmer, Linda Kincannon, Judy Ains- worth, Shelia Johnson, Nadine bong, Karen Noyes, Bev Carstens, Lois Timperlev, Dawn Willamson, Susan Bauer, Edelene Pollman, Barb Raasch, Sharon Sommerfeld. ,, ' ,J 'X 1, IN if J N I uf I Eg.. -. -1' 3 -'Mi 1 .AA "uf Front row-Dolly Saltonstall, Phyllis Koehler, Joan Degaillez, Phyllis Haines, Betty Ainsworth, Mary Ann Peters, Karron Robinson, Ann Surber, Mable Himes, Judy Smith, Karen Kohler. Second row-Pat Kaufman, Judy Riser, Betty Maple, Janis Sohl, Jean Raasch, Julie Johnson, Teddy Weddingfeld, Sally Scott, Virginia Swanson. Third row-Sandy Lamm, Judy Halsey, Lavon Dertien, Diane Barritt, Kathy Lindsteadt, Marlene Kortje, Sharon Hales, Sara Fleming, Susie Simpson, Genie Adkins, Marcia Wheeler, Rita Ehrichs, Karen Klawitter. Back row-Eileen Hofferber, Janice Wiechelman, Michele Livingston, Sharon Deitloff, La Jean Uecker, Lu Jean Lau, Shirley Uttecht, Judy Clark, Julie Stoeber, Kathy Schnoor, Judy Lau, Gretchen Johnson. an W: 56- Front row-Billie Ring, Janice James, Janet Flynn, Mary Edith Hanson, Karen Patton, Sharon Riley, Beverly Campbell, Joan Motycka, Sherry Klawonn, Linda Lanman, Roxanne Graves, Lynn Saltonstall, Jean Frederiksen, Rae Ann Bald- ridge, Wendi Barber, Judy Schoening, Ellen Hiatt. Second row-Carolyn Osbome, Barbara Titman, Kay Kelly, Janet Sommerfeld, Elaine Wagner, Joan Marshall, DeAnn Miller, Carol Kittelson, Barbara Dewes, Yolande Mountjoy, Janet Drevsen, Sharon Schlecht, Pam Kelly, Marlene Schnoor, Jackie Hammer, Irene Harbart. Back row-Judy Leiding, Janice Frank, Elise Cubberson, Ellen McKenzie, Shirley Voss, Linda Christensen, Nancy Benson, Karen Sohl, Mary Shipps, Carole Davis. ,QT First row-Frank Wiley, Mike McCarthy, Glen Schultz, Bill Fleming, Henry Olson, Bob Bricker, Tom Emrich, Gary Elston, Ranson Roman, Durwood Williams. Second row-Dave Powell, Mike Reineccius, Skip Wolsleger, Bob Cook, Richard Christensen, Ted Toay, Bill Arnold, Wally Davis, Jack Salter, Dave Berge, Bruce Hanson, Jay Adkins. Third row-Fred Bauman, Bruce Motycka, Bill Thenhaus, Don Theophilus, John Alexander, Kendall Carlson, Gary Camp, Wes Nisker, Dick Swoboda, Bill Palmer. Fourth row-Jim Oss, Roger Fiehn, Randy Lihs, Jim Jacobson, Bob Radnich, Dave Theophilus, Larry Voecks, Doug Busskohl, Klas Helmerson, Jim Mashek, Roger Wenke, John Bauman, Roy Redmond, Leland Grieves. 'ff-aa Wes Nisker, treasurer: Glen Schultz, vice John Alexander, president: Henry Olson, pres- ident. 76 Senior Hi-Y Officers-Bob Bricker, secretaryp Dick Swoboda, secretary, Ted Toay, treasurer, president: Mike Reineccius, vice president: l lstrow-Lanny Maas, Valere Winter, Ben Flaskamp, Harold -p ,z " A Horner, Clarence Bowers, Roger Wolff, Marlin Laubsch, Gerald ' 'y Starkel. 2nd row-Larry Wittler, Joe Seda, Dallas Puls, Frank if ,-fffg:-"ff Uehling, Roger Hofmann, Richard Gummus, Ruben I-latterman, , A g ,- ' V Bill Siedschlag, Eugene 1-lille, Mr. Hamm. 3rd row-Randal Gummus, Jim Siedschlag, Deon James, beslie Hintz, Gordon Hartwig, Norman Geyer, Leroy Johnson, Dale Hille, Larry Mrsny. 4th row-Larry Hofmann, Robert Murphy, Bob Bauermeister, Rodney Wilcox, Dallas Wachter, Ralph Goetsch, Dale Lemm, Stan Titman, Louis Uecker, Karl Frederick, Charles Haase. 57'-7 lst row-Donna Timperley, Karron Robinson, DeAnr1 Miller, Carol Ashby, Beverly Campbell, Paulette Schmode, Jan Flynn, Irvin Paulsen. 2nd row-Phyllis Haines, IaVonne Dertien, Betty Maple, Virginia Swanson, Rita Ehrichs, Marlene Kortje, Sandy Fryer, Dick Truex, Mrs. Hoffman. 3rd row-Delwyn Milander, Lyle Kruger. Susie Simpson, Marcia Wheeler, Don Theophilus, Dick Swoboda, Henry Olson, Dave Powell, Leon Northouse. OFFIC HIS Mr. Hamm Louis Uecker Dale Lemm Harold Horner Eugene 1-lille Bob Bauermeister Ben Flaskamp OFF IC ERS Marcia Wheeler Don Theophilus Dick Swoboda Dave Powell l 1 fr Z 3 'CLD 7,3 Q? R,- it Barbara Raasch, secretary-treasurer, Phyllis Walmsley, sports manager, Karen John, vice president, Phyllis Frank, president: "Did someone blow the -Au right gms, whistle" jump." First Row: Janice Frank, Judy Brei, Judy Henry, Carol Boyd. Second Row: Susan Bauer, Mary Ann Koehler, Ruth Tem- pleman, Carin Walmsley, Jayne Combs, Jean Gowler. Third Row: Karen John, Sandra Weich, Arlene Ferguson, Judy Mollhoff, Phyllis Walmsley, Jean Weich, CarolBathke, Bev Carstens, Eileen Timm, Phillis Frank, Barbara Raasch, Bev Mather, Carol Klug, Laura l-largis, Bev Dederman, Janis Radenz. Sponsor-Charlotte Doll fNot Picturedj as b , 655, ' 5 V ..,. ,L .'S,'Af 'gum 4i 5,- X If Nl Second lsen. dyO :s 'T xl as E in, Sally Pal sk all D HC ai Anderson, E1 CC , Jani CI lln ran Ke on Riley, F ith, Shar IH Judy S dyne Na 5. illiam iF1yr1n, Joyce W h at -K First row af' 3 Barbara 1 fe ne Ap Ja lark, iane C D eich, W BH Je SCH , . Richard Christen Cl' lm irley Voss, Sandy Pa Sh bs, ffl Co , Jayne r: o O-I eu U N I-1 N .D I-4 ES ing, IT1 le Gutshall, Bill F row -Marilyn Z Gardner. Judy Riser, Diana Scott, John Jones, Roger Wenke, Judy Mat ke, Roger Reeves. Nancy Benson, Evelyn Ehrichs. Third row-Kathleen Welch, Judy Schoening, Ardith Robertson, Donna Beckenhauer, Diann Foss, Donna Newkirk, Carol Kittelson, Carolyn Osborne, Delwyn Milander, Jim Mashek Sharon Hoskingon Nadine gene Ro ilkemeier, H Ron ilton, Dick Ternes, H1 Ha rlin y. Me .-. l-1 an .cu E 'IIC BC .-. l11 as E -f as .ac o :J P' ... 'Fl ,-C5 ci. Q 22 .E :F a 0 'U I-1 st C1 a as E C0 r-4 r-4 -v-1 2 lynn, own, Janet F Br ODE-I Le C. Dek --1 r-4 ee Campbe Margil Scott Sally ld erfe I'I1ITl So Sharon F. S6 Bon Fourth row - Shirley Karen John. oboda, Sw Dick ker Nis CS mp, W Ca Gary k Stewart C Ja ders, Lue Gary el' itw Wh CII G1 oehler K is Phyu Sharon Deitloff, Barber Bonnie Gocken, endy W rfeld, mme So Janet CISIHI' nk Diane A hele Livingston, Mic 61' lyn Wagn Mari ed- Sw I'I1 To ael, ch i ITD i11er, Bill Ca n Smith, John M dnich, Ke Ra b Gordon, Bo Carlton Biehle, ard arlson, Rich C Kendall 5 Gilbert Nykod itchell, M Roland n Blinn Standing - Shirley 1. koh Buss Doug II Jane Sco rich, Em IT! ith, To ffl S Alberta ilee Hu hes, l'1'1 orrison , To Judy M oo cf an .Q .Q S2 E 5 oo Q3 af o 'I-1 S 5 252 uf as :S .2 C5 'U x: 2 .3 no 5 .Q c: su I4 N hd Lf an x: 'U l-l N U E .cf V1 o 53 .5 o 2 N 'I-I o l-1 N 2 .E O 'Fl L1 v. 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M ke Bath hnson, Carol Jo Fifth row-Julie Karen John. -fa 'tus Q'-""' Instrumental Mus1c Vocal MUSIC Mr Welch Mr McEwen 1894 First Row Iulxe Johnson Marcra McIntosh Judy Olsen Evelyn Ehrxchs Ardnh Robertson Shlrlev Bonser Marrlyn Guts hall Second Row Mlke RCIHECCIUS Carlton Gordon Rrchard Blehle Bob Radnlch Doug Busskohl Carol Bathke Mar gxlee Campbell Kathr Flynn Kathleen Welch Tommllee Hughes 83 Q 17 5, .2 3 . . - 0 X C9 L . ., l , . 'S 3 , . : . I . ' I . , . J . ' . - I I n 1 I n 1 ' ' - n 1 v I ' Harold Horner Mable Himes Rachael Pinnt Kathl F1 Dick Schmidt B111 Thenhaus Dick Swoboda lst row -Mr McEwen 11 3 tsh G -4 -4 Sally ich C Kath Colbensen DC Orle bs IT1 Co C dY Ju hoff 1 I o v-1 Mary CS 111s Ham Ph Gall 8 Ra a111e M Cook B0b UCI' Ba I1 le 'G 2nd row 1 .-4 'U rd 3 Sue Isaacson and Gene Hammerlun Bonser Karen John toffer dS onal Rod Shirle ordeen Laurette Wri htson JoAnn Ferris a Scott Il 13 hD 1I 1Tl S Roberta k Diane Clar 11 11ee Campbe 8 u n D0 OD IISICHS Richard Ch ch dm udy 0 - -4 I-1 4th row-Bruce Hanson Cl' 1 1 isher Ju F all Jo atzke Jud an hm Le lla LaD0 Robertson rdith A uders he RC S CZ 1 B OH Johns chen ret G hnson Julie Jo SI0l'1 Il V1 hele L1 1C M Anderson 1 8 Mary It Terr1 Hoffa 11 Ha 15 1311 1d gfe edd T ch Emri In T0 T Joc lson Ne IIC 13. D Cl' enhau ck Be OHDS z D hult Sc CD G1 Salter ck Ja SOD F 11 bs v-4 .-4 v-4 ch Marilyn M111er Sandy ke Bath Carol h l'1SWOl.'I A1 n 1 eddm W 1Jo t Faube Pa nk I3 111s F 11 and B111 Arnold Klas Helmerson Gra BVS Accompanist: Mari yn u 5 . , ' , ' , ' ' , , ' , ' , ' ynn, udy M , Smith, LuAnn Wachter, Julie Berner, Elaine Danskin, Tommi Hughes, Jayn , , y W , Pa mer, Dave Gustavson, Richar Bieh e, and Doug Busskoh . , , ' , y ' ' , Ann Peters, Donna Newkirk, Jane Apfe , J Lau. Sara Fleming, Karen Mount'oy, Mar ' . ' , ' , ' . Ingham, R , . r w Bob Ra ' , ' ' , g A derson, Car ton Gordon, Jerry N . 'g , ' , ' y , , , o e , ' , , y M , ' , dy O sen, Louise Lihs, Mike Reineccius, and Skip Wos eg . , om Gray, ' , y Weddin , ' , ' , Ne ey, Mary , ' ' ' g , ' , , i1 F eming, Dave Powe , Jack Stewart, Wes Nisker, and Ja Adkins. 5th row-Bi ergu , , , , ' , y e Wi iams, Phy ' , , ' gfeld, Sa dy Pa mer, Betty ' , , ' , ' Arns, Genie Adkins, Steve Bras . D y, , ' . ro ,Q C-3' T lst row Carlton Gordon 2nd row LuAnn Wachter Kathleen Welch Judy Olsen 3rd row Harold Horner Bob Cook Wes Ntsker and Glen Schultz Faya Q row Steve Putnam B111Carm1chae1 H R. Pollman Kendall Carlson B111 Palmer Gary Camp Ph1l Tucker 3rd row Lyle Krueger Itm Mahoney Glen Whttwer Roy Redmond Kelth Long B1llB1ck1ey Randa1lJuracek Ronnre Htlkemeler 85 -1 V ' O I I lst row-Mr. McEwen, David Crane, Larry Gregor, Jon Jones, Gary Blinn, Gary Drefke, Jerry Nathan. 2nd 1 1 to 311, In auf , Patty K ily Stahlin Em Kohler Karen 335, es, Lajean M Re Pat Osborne, Carolyn n Saltonstall ksen, Lyn o 'I-I l-1 cu -o o I-I u. ::: eu eu V'5 uf E N 'T !D 'Fl r: eu "D E an 3 ua Mc First row-Mr. N 'Fl U n- 18 2 :F r: o 3 Kla CITY Sh Miner, Biuie rung. AIH1 ardelle Frink, De anson, M Mary H cks , Karen Patton, Judy Voe cka, Mot 2.11 Io Ds Rozella Haase Carol Kittelson, I0 5'-E 6352 C4-O QM 'Ha UC! 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TRIPLE TRIO-Mary Negley, Shirley Bonser, Sue Isaacson, Kathi Flynn, Julie Berner, Kathleen Welch, Julie Johnson, Gretchen Johnson, LuAnn Wachter, accompanist, Judy Olsen. 1 xx! l. A I f - if' 4 I f . , f ' Wa fi' ' 2 isa? Qi? KIWANIS AWARD WINNERS BOY AND GIRL STATERS Pat Rees Dave Powell Doug Kathl Flynn and Bob Cook Busskohl Mallre Rae Gall ,F- ,fu 134 JUNIOR ROTARIANS F1rst row Lyle Kucera Ted Toay Mlke Relneccrus Henry Olson B111 Ferguson B111 Machmuller Second row B111 A1'I101d John Alexander Glen Schultz B111 Flemrng Thud row Harold Horner Dave Theoph1lus Bob CO0k 11111 Jacobson 88 . , , il- 'LJ UC 15 - ,., M of .,-f XJ , , , 4 ks W or V1 E o l ? K ' e 5 ' Q . 2 I I 'i R r no You rd 4 - l D l I I ' - 1 I I n - I Y I -sn ,J Left to right-Mr. Maxwell, Judy Olsen, Mr. Skillstad, Bill Machmuller, Dave Theophilus, Bill Fer guson, and Miss Jenkens. Left to right-Gary Stone, Larry Kaufman, Marvin Frank, Bill Thenhaus, Kay Coldiron, David Johnson, Richard Sloan, Gene Hammerlun, Mr. Maxwell, Jim Mashek, Ken King. 'Z 0' 0 6' Z If 0 at I. .4 f 4 1 ut 1' ' sas! N! lst row-Dick Swoboda, Julie Berner, Diann Foss. 2nd row-Bruce Hanson, Frank Braithwaite, Wes Nisker. QKX lst row-Ken King, Chuck Degaillez. 2nd row-Barbara Caron Bruce Motycka, Gene Hammerlun, and Kay Coldiron lst row-Diann Foss, Julie Bemer, Kathleen Welch. 2nd row-Richard Bieh1e,Karen Mountjoy, Wes Nisker, Dick Swoboda, Frank Braithwaite. gif. :tak I Qi ,. ev 4 - 1 I K Q FQ VA!! Wi .SMQAJ 5 .FQ 3,7 5,5 N. we 1' 34, Brad? f WM 5--4 5' A f wx X f f X D .J Z UW Qmjdw Y r! 1,4 w Qfyffff ' A MN Xdf xffgfg W2 1 lx I I fly uf X ,fl I fy! 4 xl fi b I I Q21 f Q l x V 9 i ff i 1 f W ,X milf' Ni ' H f X f 1 I V , -X ff xx f H gf x ff' 77 ff In 'fffi K s ,ff W Wffff W J f" I 'V I fl W X? ' f K lr Q g N ff ff! I , , X W - I gf, Mi MM "X" E , f,' ' X AK ff, Y Q E x El N , Eg, j c O . w u X X i V ?' 0 0000000 j ' Y fu x f , 7 . ' f ' N1 , ' X ' ff V k N gn K I it RAB E A ' lx R, Aff bk ' ' QN Q ,fl , I NQ R f '-,N sk YY , fijfyilf , ,- "' M K X N 1 V Wif Each year a committee of five juniors' and five faculty members select two outstanding students as the Milestone Boy and the Milestone Girl. The honor of Milestone Girl this year falls on Marilyn Gutshall. Her numerous activities and her charming personality make her selection obvious to all who know her. Congratulations Marilyn, for your very successful high school career. Q O 94 The Milestone Boy and Girl are selected on the basis of leadership character, scholarship, and service. This year's choice of Milestone Boy falls upon Dave Theophilus. A look at his leadership on the athletic field, as well as inthe class- room, makes him an inevitable choice. Congratulations, Dave, for being such an asset to the class of '59. O 95 t nhl! C 7 xxx QUEEN-Judy Olsen ATTENDANTS: 1. La Donna Lehman 2. Marilyn Gutshall 3, Carolyn Van Every 4. Sherry Barr Judy Olsen Dave Theophilus QUEEN-Marilyn Gutshall KING-Bill Machmuller Carolyn Van Every Ted Toay 3 , .fl E Xw,,f X, Dlx HALF-TIME PEP TALK During the half-time of a home football game, coaches William Giles and Ralph Moerer give the instructions and encouragement for the second half of play. X ,. X l W7 K .ee 98 boys 530020 xW X S I 'AW ff? ff! Q L , A 1 ,W If xg gg? Norfolk 7wf5a!f Va1ent1ne Fremont South S1oux C1ty Lmcoln Southeast Grand Island Hastmg Columbus Omaha Wests1de 1958 NORFOLK HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ROSTER Name Dan Myers Bud Betun Dave Gray B111 Ferguson Terry Renner B111 Machmuller Don Theoph11us Bruce H111er Irvm Pa u1sen Bruce Kmg Pat F1sher Tom Gray Ted Toay Doug Busskohl Wa111e Dav1s Bob Radmch OS Name Harold Horner Steve Stevenson Dan Malm Jack Salter Carl Jeffrey Dave The oph11us Kay Co1d1ron Gary Gettrnan A1 Jochens Tom Benson Ne11Andersen Tom Nelson B111 Flemlng Jlm Jacobson B111 Dranselka OS 20 --------------- ' 14 0 --------------- 13 32 --------------- ' ' O za ------.-------- ' 6 13 --------------- 7 14 --------------- ' 45 33 --------------- 27 6 --------------- ' 12 1 0 P . wr. Yr. No. P , QB 145 10 59 E ' ---------- QB 155 11 60 ------ T ---------- HB 135 11 61 T - --------- HB 150 12 65 ---------- T -------- HB 140 ll 66 ---------- T B111 Talbot ----------- HB 140 10 68 ' ------ T - ------- HB 150 12 69 ' ------- T - ---- ---FB 150 10 70 ------- G ' --------- HB 140 10 72 ------------ G ' --------- HB 143 10 73 ---------- G ' ---------- QB 143 10 76 ' -------- G ' ----------- FB 185 11 77 --------- G ----------- E 140 11 78 ' ' --------- G 150 12 80 ' ---------C E 165 11 85 ' C ' ' --------- E 165 11 ' ----------- E 160 ll 100 ba ck line NORFOLK 20--VALENTINE 13 The Norfolk Panthers opened a new season under a new coach and showed the crowd they could win. Valentine scored both of their touchdowns against the second string. They scored their last T. D. on the last play of the game. NORFOLK 0--FREMONT 13 The Norfolk club traveled to Fremont the next week only to be turn- ed back by a stubborn Fremont club. The Fremont club scored in the third and fourth period with the game ending 0-13. Bill Ferguson suf- fered a shoulder injury and was out most of the season. NORFOLK 33--SOUTH SIOUX CITY 0 The Panthers came back and walked all over a weaker South Soo club. Bettin and Machmuller shared scoring honors with 2 T. D. 's apiece. Fisher got the 5th T.D. Bill Ferguson, despite a broken shoulder, kicked 2 for 5 place kicks. NORFOLK 28--LINCOLN SOUTHEAST 6 Norfolk back home the next week put win 3 on the record books with an easy win over Lincoln. Machmuller got 2T.D. 's, Bettin and Fisher each got one. Ferguson kicked place kicks. Nelson,Coldiron, and Jacobson were the main men on the from line. NORFOLK 13--GRAND ISLAND 47 Norfolk Homecoming was spoiled by a strong G.I. Club. lt was anyone's game up until the fourth period when the G. I. c1ub,with more depth, wore outa team with less depth. Gettman and Theophilus turned in good defense work. Machmuller was outstanding on offense. NORFOLK 14--HASTINGS 46 Norfolk traveled to Hastings the next week for a Big Ten game. Norfolk got off to a slow start and trailed at the half 32-0. The Nor- folk club was handicapped without Pat Fisher who was outwith a leg injury. Machmuller Bemn back back Nelson line line NORFOLK 14--COLUMBUS 27 The Panthers fought an eastem bound conference team to an almost scoreless first period, but were forced to be scored upon the last two periods. Jacobson, Nelson, Davis, and Ferguson were the outstanding players for the evening. NORFOLK 33--YORK O Norfolk tasted victory after three defeats in the face. The home club found it easy going from the starting whistle, Machmuller got two touchdowns, Fisher scored three times and Ferguson split the up rights twice. The whole club turned in one of its finest offensive and defensive games of the season. NORFOLK 6--OMAHA WESTSIDE 12 The Panther club had the eighth ranking team in the state worried until the final gun. The stalwarts of the game were Jacobson, Theo- philus, and Fisher. hne back 1 Coldiron Gettman J fs' lm? J. E , Q l aff? Davis Renner line ba ck THE VARSITY 7,0065 TOP SCORERS FOR 58 SEASON B111 Machmuller Pat Flsher Bud Bettln B111 Ferguson Doug Busskohl THEOPI-HLUS AND JACOBSON SHARE HONORS Dave The0Ph11l1S and J1m Jacobson were named to the All Bxg Ten Conference All Star team Theophllus was se lected as a f1rst team tackle wlfnle Jacobson was named the center on the second team Jlm Jacobson was named the Most Valuable Player for the '58 season by magorlty vote of all boys on the squad thls year 103 I ' 54 ' 44 ' 24 ' 14 12 Wally Davis 12 RESERVES Back row, left to right, Dale l-llnken, Bruce Hiller, Al Jochens, LaVeme Mclntosh, Neal Anderson, Bill Talbot, Skip Jeffrey, Tom Gray, Dan Myers, Dan Malm, Don Theophilus, Ben Flashkamp. Front row, Roy Redman, Bruce King, Bill Siedschlag, Don Simpson, Martin Jones, Leon Northouse, Art Anderson, Irvin Paulson. NORFOLK OPPONENTS 0 Fremont 0 20 South Sioux 20 13 Columbus 13 27 South Sioux 13 7 Plainview 14 ,Ai Q V FRESHMEN Back row, left to right, Larry Gregor, Bill Bickley, Chuck O'Dey, Dave Signor, Mike Sund, Steve Putnam, Merlin Leu, Clarence Bower, Gordon l-lartwig, Dick Truex, Joe Seda. Front row, Terry Peterson, Gary Nelson, Lyle Kruegar, Gerald Timperley, Larry Winter, Randy Jaureck, Larry Wliittler. 04 Ted Toay made! SEASON SUMMARY The Norfolk Panthers' record of four wins and eleven losses may not seem too impressing to some people, but if you look at the scoring of the games, you will see that there were two games lost in over- times and six games lost by fewer than ten points. The Panthers never failed to make a good showing when playing at home. On the road they were not as fortunate, for they lost all of their games. With only three seniors on the squad, Bill Machmuller, Ted Toay, and Dave Theophilus, the outlook for next season is very good. The two top scorers were juniors and they will receive their second year major letter in basketball at the end of the season. Pat Fisher A A Doug Busskohl Bud Bettin Dave Theophilus SEASON R ECORD Terry Renner Norfolk Albion . . . . .Yankton 53 ..... W ayne 45 .... Pierce 53 ..... Omaha Westside 46 .... Fremont 48 .... Hastings 42 .... Lincoln Northeast 49 .... Grand Island 35 ..... Columbus 47 ..... Fremont 39 .... Hastings 39 .... Columbus 41 .... Grand Island 59 32 57 41 56 441k 58 42 4921064 77 70 46 Bob Crippen Dave Weich Tom Gray 54 .... South Sioux 'ff overtime 2'-Q" double overtime S COR ING B R EAKDO WN Fisher ............ Bettin .... .. . Toay ....... Bus skohl .... Machmuller .... Renner ...... 74 137 107 ..85 84 .33 52 Bob Radmch Martin Jones Weich ...... Theophilus. . . Radnich .... Gray ..... Crippen . . . ..21 17 ...7 .4 .2 7 a kvf xx! w g Varsity Basketball: Front row-Ted Toay, Terry Renner, Tom Gray, Dave Weich, Bob Crippen, Martin Jones. Back row-Bud Bettin, Pat Fisher, Bob Radnich, Doug Busskohl, Dave Theophilus, Bill Machmuller, Head Coach Ralph Moerer. dd I I --.K "'i1"" nu, S It's anyone's ball as Norfolk and Albion players scramble for a rebound during the third period of play. MWNWW i Reserve Squad: Front row, left to right-Jack Stewart, Marvin Frank, Dewitt Miller and Jay Aclkrns Back row left to right-Dave Powell, Bruce Hiller, Torn Gray, Don Theophilus, Neil Andersen Dale Schxpporert and Coach Bill Giles. Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk RESERVE SEASON RECORD ..,A1bion Yankton . . . . . . . Wayne . . .. . .. Pierce .. .. ... Omaha Westside Fremont .... . . . Columbus . . . . . .. Columbus SouthSioux LEADING RESERVE SCORERS Dan Myers 102 Bob Crippen 90 Martin Jones '73 108 Freshman Basketball: First row-Marcus Pospisil, Larry Gregor, Mike Sund. Second row-H, R. Pollman, Tom Sloan Joe Seda, Roger Marlott, Marlin Leu, Jim Siedschlag, Jon Jones, Jack Frohloff. Third row-Lannie Fauss, Bill Car- michael, Keith Long, Larry Blank, Steve Putnam, Randall Juracek, Coach 'Soup' Campbell. DISTRICT TOURNA MENTS Norfolk High Panthers advanced to the semifinals of the district basketball tournaments played at Fre- mont by dropping Bellvue, 43 -3'7. Bud Bettin led the Panthers with 13 points while Terry Renner had 8. Ln the second game, the Moerermen lost to a strong Omaha Westside team, 46-37. Pat Fisher led the Norfolkans with 13 and Doug Busskohl backed him up with 12. lO9 8 z M- Q ff 'QHS , Z E 0 Z fl d Diana Scott, Nancy Benson, Sherry Klawonn, Linda Lanman, and Billy Ring. 7fZaJ lst row-Tom Nelson, Bill Fleming, Jim Jacobson, Dave Theophilus, Harold Horner, Bill Machmuller, and Bill Fer- guson. 2nd row-Terry Renner, Ted Toay, Doug Busskohl, Gary Gettman, Henry Olson, Bob Radnich, Tom Gray, and Kay Coldiron. 3rd row-Wally Davis, Bud Bettin, Pat Fisher, Bill Dranselka, and Ken King. I I I .1 A . 3 V .Hiya fa! 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JOHN ALEXANDER Football 3 Basketball 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Mrnute Men 2 3 4 V1ce Presrdent 4 Jun1or Rotarran 3 Span1sh Club 1 MARY ANDERSEN Cho1r 3 4 Class Play assrstant d1rec tor 3 Tri H1 Y 2 3 4 Pantherettes 4 Nurses Club 1 BILL ARNOLD Golf 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 Cho1r 2 3 4 Declamatory 3 Class Play 3 PANTHB2 and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 3 4 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Jun1orRotar1an 3 Span 1sh Club 2 MARILYNARNS Cho1r3 4 Tr1 H1 Y1 2 3 4 Pep Club2 BETTY BARNEKE ClassPlay 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer3 4 N Ergette 3 4 Pantherettes 4 Cand1date for Sports Queen 4 Cheerleader 4 SHERRY BARR Band 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 N Ergette 1 Span1sh Club 2 Homecornrng Atten dant 4 Sports Queen Cand1date 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 FRED BAUMAN H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Regents Exam Alternate 4 Nat1onal Mer1t Commendatlon 4 STONE ad sol1c1tors 3 Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 Pep Club 1 Nurses Club 1 Glee 1 2 3 TOM BENSON Football 4 Golf 3 Glee 3 N Club 4 ANN BERRY Nurses Club 1 G A A 1 Glee 1 2 3 4 STAN BETTIN Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Track 1 PANTHER staff 3 4 MILESTONE staff 3 4 RICHARD BIEHLE Track2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Brass Sextet 4 Quartet 3 4 Octet 3 4 Cho1r 3 4 Cho1r Counc113 Debate 3 4 Declamatory 3 4 Class Play 3 Stage Crew 3 Make up Crew 3 Glee 1 State Mus1c Cl1n1c 4 SHIRLEY BONSH2 Band 1 2 3 4 Clar1net Quartet 4 Tr1ple Tr1o 3 4 Senror G1rls Tr1o 4 Tr1 H1 Y1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 1 Nurses Club 1 G A A 1 2 3 Cho1r 2 3 4 Span1sh Club 1 2 Regents Alternate 4 State Mus1c Cl1n1c 4 IEANETTE BOWERS Pantherettes4 Nurses Clubl Glee4 RANDY BUSS Golf 1 Glee 1 Projectronlst 3 4 KATHY CARLSON Glee 1 VIRGINIA CARLSON Trrple Trro 3 Sports Queen Cand1 date 4 Glee 1 JUDY CARY G A A 1 BARBARA CATON Band 1 2 3 4 Clarmet Quartet 4 Stage Crew 1 2 3 Make up Crew 2 3 4 PANTHER staff 4 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tor 4 Tn Y 1 2 3 4 G A GLORIA COBB Glee 1 2 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 Pep Club 1 A A ORLENE COLBENSON Glee 1 2 G1rls Sextet 4 Cho1r 4 Make up Crew 3 Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 BOB COOK Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Golf 1 2 Band 1 2 Quartet 3 Octet 4 Cho1r 2 3 4 Cho1r Coun c1l 4 Debate 3 Declamatory 3 4 One Act Play 1 2 3 Class Play 3 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 3 Mrnute Men 2 3 4 Boys State 3 Jun1or Rotarran 3 Spamsh Club 1 Regents Honorable Ment1on KATHLEEN COOK Glee 1 2 Nurses Club 1 ROSEMARY CRAIG Make up Crew 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 G A A 1 Tr1 H1 Y 4 Pantherettes 2 3 4 G A A 3 4 SPBDISII Club 3 BILLDRANSELKA Football2 3 4 Track3 4 N Club4 TWILA DRANSELKA Transferred 4 EVELYN EHRICHS Band 1 2 3 4 French horn C.ho1r Brass Cho1r Brass Sextet 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Debate 3 MILESTONE ad sol1c1tor 3 County Government 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 2 Student Counc1l2 3 4 N Ergette 2 3 4 Alternate Regents SChO1211'Sh1P Alle! nate Morn1ngs1de College Scholarslup State Mus1c Cl1n1c 4 Student Counc1l Secretary 4 WILLIS FALK Glee 1 BILLFERGUSON Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball2 3 Track 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 Quartet 3 4 Octet 3 4 Cho1r 4 Class Off1cer 2 Mmute Men 1 2 3 4 N Club 4 Junror Rotarran 3 Span1sh Club 1 2 Board of Awards 4 IOANN FHYRIS Cho1r 3 4 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tor 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 N Ergette 3 4 Nurses Club 1 Glee 1 2 Regents Honorable Ment1on 4 o : - '- ,.: 1 Hi- ', , ,g . .A.1,2,3 I , S I 2: G. . . 1 . ' ' ' 3,43 . . . ,2,3 SANDY BEEMER-Make-up Crew 3: PANTHERand MILE- BEVERLY DEDERMAN-Glee 2,3,4g Make-up Crew 4g " :'-'-.: .2,4: '-'-5 ' 131 DICK FIELD Basketball 1 Track 1 Glee 1 H1 Y 1 2 M1nute Men 1 2 Span1sh Club 1 2 BILL FLEMING Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Golf 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Clar1net Quartet 4 Cho1r 2 4 County Government 3 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Offrcer 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l 4 VICE Prestdent 4 M1nute Men 1 2 3 4 N Club 4 Iumor Rotar1an 3 KATHARINE FLYNN Bandl 3 4 Flute TFIO4 Orchestra 12 3 4 Tr1pleTr1o23 4 Cho1r2 34 Tr1 H1 Y1 2 3 4 G A A 1 G1rls State 3 K1wan1s Award 2 Span1sh Club 1 Regents Scholarsh1p 4 Nat1onal Mer1t Commenda t1on 4 PHYLLIS FRANK Cho1r 2 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Panther ettes 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Alternate Regents Scho1arsh1p Glee 1 SHIRLEY FULLNER PANTHER staff 4 RALPH GOETSCH Glee 2 Declamatory 3 ProJect1on1st F A 2 GLENDA GOLDSWORTHY Tr1 H1 Y1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 3 N Ergette 2 3 4 Span1sh Club 1 2 Glee 1 2 CARLTON GORDON Band 1 2 3 4 Brass Sextet4 Quartet 3 4 Octet 4 Cho1r 2 3 4 Chou Counc1l 3 4 Span1sh Club 1 2 State MUSIC Cl1n1c 4 KAROLYN GOWLER Stage Crew 2 3 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 Glee 1 2 LARRY GROSS Football 1 Basketball 1 Track 1 2 Class Play 3 PANTHERand MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 4 County Government 3 BETTY GUMMUS Glee 1 Pep Club 1 DAVID GUSTAVSON Cho1r 2 3 4 Class Play 3 H1 Y 2 Regents Scholarsh1p4 Nat1onal Mer1t Sem1f1nal1st Amer 1can Bapt1st Sem1f1nal1st 4 Sc1ence Talent Search Honors Wtnner 4 Mathemat1ca1 Socrety of Amerlca Award 3 MARILYN GUTSHALL Band 1 2 3 4 Clartnet Quartet 4 Sen1or Gtrls TI10 4 Orchestra 4 Cho1r 2 3 Accompan1st 4 Declamatory 3 PANTHERand MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Student Counc1l 1 N Ergette 1 4 Pantherettes4 G A A 1 Span1shC1ub2 Homecommg Attendant 4 Sports Queen 4 Canteen Mayor 4 Canteen Counc114 State Musrc Cl1n1c 4 Accompan1st for small groups 1 2 3 4 CHARLES HAASE Glee 1 F F A 1 2 3 4 DONNA HAASE Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 JANIS HALL Glee 1 2 Cho1r 3 4 Stage Crew 3 KLAS HELMERSON Track4 Cho1r 4 County Government 4 H1 Y 4 Student Counc1l qHonorary Membery 4 Mmute Men 4 Cand1date for Sports K1ng LEON HENRICHS PANTHER staff 3 4 MILESTONE ad sol1c1tor 4 F F A 4 GORLYN HENZLER EUGENE HILLE F F A 2 3 TERRI HOFFART Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Cho1r 3 4 G1rls Sextet 2 3 4 Debate 3 Declamatory 3 4 Stage Crew 3 4 Make up Crew 3 4 PANTHER staff 3 4 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad so11c1tors 3 4 Pantherettes 2 4 Nurses Club 1 G A A 1 Spantsh Club 1 2 Glee I HOILE Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Track 1 3 Glee 1 M1nute Men 3 HAROLD HORNER Football3 4 Track4 Tenn1s3 Student Manager4 Glee3 4 Cho1r3 4 Cho1r Counc114 PANTHER staff3 MILESTONE staff3 4 F F A 1 2 3 4 Iun1or Rotar1an 3 3 4 Jun1or Rotar1an 3 SUE ISAACSON Tr1ple Tr1o 4 Girls Sextet 2 3 4 Cho1r 3 4 PANTHER staff 4 MILESTONE staff 4 County Gov ernment 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 2 Student Counc1l 3 4 Treasurer 4 N Ergette 2 4 Pantherettes 4 G A A 1 AltemateG1rls State 3 K1wan1s Award 1 Glee 1 2 Regents Honorable Ment1on4 Elks Scholarshtp Award JIM JACOBSON Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 123 Band123 H1Yl234 MmuteMen2 N" Club 4 Iuntor Rotar1an 3 Span1sh Club 1 Most valuable football player 4 JANICE JENKINS Tr1 H1 Y 4 Pantherettes 2 Glee 1 KAREN JOHN Band 1 2 3 4 Cornet Tr1o 4 Brass Sextet 4 Orchestra 4 Cho1r 3 4 Declamatory 2 One Act Play 2 Class Play 3 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad SOILCIIOI' 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Offlcer 2 Pantherettes 4 G A A 1 2 3 4 Span1sh Club 1 Regents Honorable Mentlon MARJORIE IOHNSON Glee 1 2 3 Nurses Club 1 132 ' 121 1 1 . 1 ' . . . 1, , ,4 "f'I""..: ' 1..: :-..: " .: I - - - ., .S ': 1,2 B- - ' a u 1 n s : 1 ' 2. : : ' 4gF...1,,3,4 ' ' , - ' ' ',' ROD INGHAM-Track 4: Golf 3: Choir 2, 3, 45 Minute Men 1 1 4' LARRY KAUFMAN Band 1 2 3 Orchestra 2 PIOJCCIIOHISI 2 3 FRAN KELLNER Band 2 3 4 Flute Cho1r 4 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Panther ettes4 G A A 3 Glee 1 CAROL KERBER SANDY KLAWONN PANTHER and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 N Ergette 3 4 Candldate for Sports Queen Glee 1 2 3 Member of Youth COUHC113 MARY ANNKOEHLER Glee 1 2 PANTHERand MILESTONE ad S011C1t0rS 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Pantherettes 1 2 LARRY KOEHN Glee 1 2 3 ELTON KOLLMAR PANTHER staff 2 LYLE KUCERA Track 1 2 Glee 1 M1nute Men 4 F F A 2 3 4 Iunror ROIBIIBH 3 K1wan1s Award 2 PHYLLIS LARSON Transferred from Ewrng Nebraska MARILYN LAUBSCH Glee 2 3 4 ERLENE LEFAVOR Pantherettes 4 Glee 4 Transferred from Beemer Nebraska LADONA LEHMAN Cho1r3 4 Tr1 H1 Y1 2 3 4 N Ergette 3 4 Homecommg Attendant 4 Cand1date for Sports Queen DALELEMMFFA 1234 LOUISE LIHS Ch01l' 3 4 Stage Crew 2 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Panther ettes 1 4 Glee 1 2 ALLEN LONG F F A 3 4 BILL MACHMULLER Football 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Track 3 PANTHEI wr1ter 4 Class Off1cer 3 4 M1nute Men 3 4 N Club 4 Jun1or Rotar1an 3 Sports Kmg 4 JERRY MARSHALL F F A 2 3 4 MARCIA MCINTOSH Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 PANTHER staff3 MILESTONE staff4 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 4 Pantherettes 4 Mus1c Cl1n1c Representatrve 4 DORIS MCQUISTAN Trl H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Pantherettes l 4 Glee 4 DICK METTEER Football 3 Basketball 3 Transferred from Bramard Nebraska VALDEEN MEYER MARY MILLER Cho1r 3 4 Stage Crew 3 PANTHER staff 4 MILESTONE staff 3 4 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Pantherettes 1 Nurses Club 1 G A A 1 2 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 SANDY MILLER Cho1r 3 4 Class Play 3 PANTHER staff 3 County Government 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Glee 4 JUDY MOLLHOFF Cho1r 2 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 Panther ettes4 GAA 123 Gleel2 JUDY MORRISON Band 1 2 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 Panther ettes 3 BRUCE MOTYCKA Golfl 2 3 4 ClassPlay 3 Stage Crew H1 Y 1 2 KAREN MOUNTJOY Band 4 Drum Majorette 4 Cho1r 4 Grrls Sextet 4 Declamatory 3 4 Class Play 3 Tr1 H1 Y 3 4 Pantherettes 4 MARY NEGLEY Band 1 2 Tr1ple Tr1o 3 4 Cho1r 3 4 TOM NELSON Football 3 4 Basketba1l3 Track 3 County Government 3 MIHUIC Men 4 N Club 4 JUDY OLSEN Band 1 2 3 4 Flute Cho1r 1 2 3 4 G1r1s Sextet 2 3 4 Tr1pleTr1oAccompan1st 4 Cho1r 3 4 Cho1r Counc1l 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 3 N Ergettes 1 2 3 4 Pantherettes 4 Span1sh Club 1 2 Homecommg Queen 4 Sports Attendant 4 Board of Awards 4 Glee 1 2 HENRY OLSON Football 1 Basketball 1 2 Golf 2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 County Government 3 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Student 4 Jumor Rotar1an 3 Span1sh Club 1 2 Mertt Scholarsh1p Sem1f1nal1st Regents Scholarsh1p LAVONNE PAPSTEIN Glee 4 JANICE RADENZ Glee 2 3 4 Pantherettes3 4 G A A l MIKE REINECCIUS Basketball 1 2 Quartet 3 4 Cho1r 2 3 4 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Mmute Men 2 3 4 Junror Rotar1an LORRAINE RONK Glee 1 2 DICK SCHMIDT Football 1 4 Basketball 1 Chou' 2 4 H1 Y 1 GLEN SCHULTZ Football 1 3 Basketball 2 Tenn1s 1 2 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Cho1r 3 4 Cho1r COUHC114 One Act Play 3 County Government 3 H1 Y 2 3 4 MIHUIC Men 3 4 Jun1or Rotar1an 3 Span1sh Club l JANE SCOTT Band 1 2 3 4 TromboneQuartet 3 4 De bate 3 Declamatory 3 Stage Crew 3 PANTHER staff 3 wrrter 4 MILESTONE staff 3 4 County Government 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer 3 Pantherettes 4 Pres 1dent 4 BETTY SIEDSCI-I LAG TERRY SEEMAN Football 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Glee 3 133 1,,,4 I, : :'-'-..,: : '- '- ...: ' .: ' 3,4g '- ,,3,4 "i, ' I Cbubcll'3,4, President 4: Minute Men 2,,3',4'g "'N" Club 4, , . 3 , . , RICHARD SLOAN Basketball 3 Tenms 3 Band 3 Glee 2 Chorr 3 4 ProJect1on1st3 4 ALBERTA SMITH Band 1 2 3 4 Trombone Quartet Make up Crew 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Spanrsh Club 1 Regents Honorable Mentlon GARY L SMITH Stage Crew 3 ROBERTA SMITH Cholr 3 4 Make up Crew 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Pantherettes 1 Nurses Club 1 Span1sh Club 1 FAY SPLITTGERBER Trl H1 Y 3 4 Glee 3 BILL STEELE Orchestra 1 2 3 4 MILESTONE staff4 RONALD STOFFER Track 1 2 3 4 Cholr 2 4 Glee 1 CLIFF SULLIVAN Football 1 3 Track 4 H1 Y 1 Glee 1 EILEEN TIMM Glee 1 2 3 Trl H1 Y 4 Pep Club 1 4 A CAROLTIMPERLEY Dec1amatory3 Class Play3 PANTHER and MILESTONE ad sol1c1tors 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Pantherettes 1 4 Candrdate for Sports Queen 4 Glee 1 2 DAVE THEOPHILUS Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Off1cer3 4 Stu dent Counc1l 1 2 Mrnute Men 1 2 3 4 N Club 4 Jun 1or Rotarran 3 Span1sh Club 2 Regents Alternate Sports Attendant Youth Counc1l Representat1vel All Conference Football Team 4 JIM THOMPSON JUDY TIEDGEN Glee 1 2 3 Trl H1 Y 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Nurses Club 1 TED TOAY Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 Band 1 Chou' 3 4 Cho1r Counc1l 3 PANTHER staff 3 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Class Offrcer 1 4 Student Counc1l 3 Mrnute Men 1 3 4 N Club 4 Jun1or Rotarlan 3 Sports Attendant CAROLINE UTTECHT Glee 1 CAROLYN VAN EVERY Class Play 3 County Government 3 Tr1 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Spamsh Club 1 Homecomrng At tendant 4 Sports Attendant 4 Glee 1 2 3 Cheerleader 4 JOAN VOSS Glee 1 Stage Crew 3 PANTHER staff 2 Tr1 H1 Y1 2 3 4 Class Officer3 NErgette2 3 4 G A A 1 LARRY VOECKS Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Track 123 Golfl Gleel H1Y4 KAREN UECKER Tr1 H1 Y 4 Pantherettes 2 DALLAS WACHTER F F A 1 2 3 4 Declamatory LUANN WACHTER Glee 1, Grrls Sextet 3, Tr1o 4, Tr1ple Tr1o 4, Chorr 2, 3, 4, Tr1 H1 Y 3, 4, Spanrsh Club 3, Panther ettes 4 LEON WAGNER Track 1 Glee 1 F F A 1 2 3 MARILYNWAGNER Bandl 2 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y2 3 4 G A A 1 2 3 SHARON WAGNER Tr1 H1 Y 4 PHYLLIS WALMSLEY Make up Orew 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 4 NursesClub 1 G A A 2 3 4 JEAN WIECH Band 1 2 3 4 Majorette 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 G1r1s Sextet 2 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 G A A 1 2 3 Regents Honorable Mennon Glee 1 2 JOYCE WILLIAMS Band 1 2 3 4 Flute Tr1o 4 Orchestra 34 Cho1r4GAA 123 Glee12 PAT WILSON Trl H1 Y 1 2 3 4 N Ergette 1 Sparllsh Club 1 2 Cand1date for Sports Queen 4 SKIP WOLSLEGER Football 1 Basketball 1 Track 1 Stu dent Manager 1 Band 1 2 3 Chou 4 Declamatory 3 HOD. Burney Bouslough Mr Bouslough Jomed the NHS faculty at the begmmng of second semester He graduated from the U of Nebraska at the end of the frrst semester Mr Bous lough teaches Amer1can Problems 134 ' 2 ' 2 2 1, - 1 : . . . . . - I ' , : I l I I I I l 1 I ' ' ' ' : '- '- , , .': ' ,2: ' - ' ' F r 1 1 ' ' ' 5 P 5 ' 12 - , , .: ' . .: G.A..1,2 ' M I 'z' ' 5 I-li-Y 1,2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2g Regents Honorable Men- Adkms Genre 51 84 72 75 Adkms Jay 35 84 108 71 '76 Alnsworth Betty 51 84 75 flak! 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