North Central High School - Cougar Yearbook (Morrowville, KS)
- Class of 1971
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1971 volume:
l. Famous for his floppy sox and
shaggy hair, "Pistol Pete" Marav-
ich is makinga good showing as a
rookie with the Atlanta Hawks of
the NBA. Maravich was collegiate
scoring champ the previous
2.Sign of the Times - As Washing-
ton visitors viewed the cherry
blossoms near the Jefferson
Memorial they may have noticed
a new sign advising everyone that
the water in the area is polluted
and thefish contaminated.
3.ln September, pretty Phyllis
George of Denton, Texas, was
chosen to reign as Miss America
4.ln May, the Kent State University
campus was evacuated of every-
one except National Guardsmen
and police after three days of
demonstrations had left four
5 418 concrete coffins filled with
nerve gas are loaded onto World
War ll Liberty ship, SS Lebaron
Russell. The ship was scuttled
282 miles off Cape Kennedy in
16,000 feet of water.
Hin January of 1970, the Kansas
City Chiefs defeated the Minneso-
ta Vikings in the Super Bowl. Jan
Stenerud is shown kicking a 48-
yard field goal for the first score.
Len Dawson is holding.
1General view of U,S. soldiers
handling the mailduring the mail
strike, the first in U.S1 history.
8.Apollo 13 Astronauts, Fred Haise,
James Lovell and John Swigert,
left to right, step aboard carrier
after recovery. Their scheduled
lunar landing had to be scratched
after an oxygen tank explosion all
but crippled their moon-bound
9.Figures on the map indicate the
percentages of new voters, aged
18-21, that will be granted the
right to vote under a controver-
sial new law passed by Congress.
lU.John Wayne is congratulated by
Barbra Streisand as he accepts
the Oscar for best actor for his
performance in l'True Grit."
ll.ln December short shorts and
pedal pushers made a comeback
for spring in this New York
l2April 22 - "Earth Day" demon-
strators in Washington left spilled
oil in the wake of their rally at the
interior Department. They were
protesting pollution by offshore
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A Look at the Class of 71
NC Seniors Take the Final Walk
With dry mouths, watery eyes, and pounding
hearts, twenty-eight seniors at last prepared to
leave North Central behind them with Baccalaureate
on May 23 and Commencement on May 24.
At Baccalaureate, Father Meitl addressed the
seniors on the importance of honesty and trust in
today's society. Jay Shorney played a baritone horn
solo, "If Thou Be Near, " and the senior girls sang
"Let There Be Peace on Earth."
The Commencement speaker was Carnie Smith,
who told the seniors of the importance of determina-
tion and fair play in the modern world. Orvel
Mason presented this year's salutatory and Jay
Shorney gave the viledictory. Also at Commence-
ment, the girls' quartet sang "Dream on Little
Dreamer," and Orvel Mason played "Trumpet
Voluntary" on his cornet.
Mr. Powers turns jay Frye's tassle.
Orvel Mason - - Salutatorian Jay Shorney- -Vale dictorian
Senior Girls Singing at Commencement
GIRLS' QUARTET--Janice Kunc, Dianne Smith, Shirley Dart, Annette
Senior Sneak Brings .
iooyoy r l"
On April 29, the Senior class left
for a sneak to Kalfran Lodge at the
Lake of the Ozarks, and they returned
on May 2.
The members visited the Ozark
Caverns and shopped at "Dog'patch"
in their leisure time. During the
day they also enjoyed playing pool,
speedboat riding, canoeing, swim-
ming, playing ping pong, or taking
airplane rides. While on their trip,
the class attended the Ozark Opry
on Friday night, and they enjoyed a
boat cruise in the rain Saturday
Each night everyone danced at
the lodge to the "Ve1vet Sponge"
and then attended a Wiener roast.
"It does wonders for the back. "
"It must be here somewhere. "
"I'm forever blowing bubbles. "
"You mean you use Right Guard,
too?" "Faster, Janice, faster! "
"Has myone mypm' . A Busload of Memories
Ioan Adee Doug Allen
Craig Fencl Doris Ginn
Michael L'Ecuyer Lyneta Lindsley
Don Miller Patty Miller
Le Ila Nutz
ki Olandt B11 S1 r C 1 S h D 1 S
K nt West
R X Zenger
L ter Zimme an
Not Pictured: Alan jarvie
Rose Marie Elliott
and Mike johnson
r r e Thrills
Let's git while the gittin's good! ! !
Larry Moore Donald Nutsch Linda Rhine
Gary Sinn Perry Skipton
Debbie Struxnfa Karen West
Randy Wurm Kathi Zenger Not pictured: Pat Talkington
L A V of
Freshmen Find New Activities
President Louie Iwert conducts class meeting.
Jack A4169 Cathy Camp Peggy Elliott Kathy Friiz
Roy Grover Sam Huber Louie Iwert Margaret L'Ecuyer
Look out for that tree! ! !
Mary Mason Debbie Meritt Donnie Moore Darice Ocobock
Kayleen Pelesky Kevin Wurm Gary Zenger Donnie Rhine
Randy Rhine Sheila Sewell
Janet Slater Not Pictured:
Paula jarvie and Sheryl Camp
The Many Faces of '71
'You think you're so ?!?! smart!"
"See no evil, speak no evil, hear no evil."
"oh, nos :H
"Eanie, meanie, minnie,
"I've only just begun!" "What yonder light dost shine?"
"Wen-e if! !" "If you say so!"
ADM N STRAT ON 8L FACULTY
SCHOOL BOARD QSEATED L-Rj: Lester Miller, Franklin Lull, Robert Fiser, Warren Zenger. fSTANDINGQ
Fred Fiser, Glenn Pelesky, Donald Flagle.
Straight and True
just as a captain must guide his ship and its
crew, so must the administrators of a school district
guide the school and its personnel. By maintaining
control over the schoo1's programs and staff, the
administrators of Unified School District 995221 have
continually insured the maintenance of a high stand-
ard of education at North Central High. And by
taking an active interest in the young people of the
community, these men have truly done a great deal
toward the building of tomorrow's leaders and
R. L. POWERS--Superintendent
Day in and day out, from the sternest lectures
to the quietest discussions, the teachers of NC High
have tried to give to their students the ability to
think straight, the knowledge to do useful service,
and the desire to become upstanding American citi-
zens. Always conscientious of the needs of the stu-
dents, always mindful of the challenges of the times,
all the faculty, from those teaching for the first
time at NC to those long familiar to the community,
have worked long and hard to show their students
the right way, the better way. And the students of
North Central can truly be greatful.
J. D. BRUNNEMER--Principal, Government
BILL MALLEAN- - C ounse li ng , Sociology
CAROL PAR KER- -Business
More Faculty at Work
RONALD SCOTT--Phys. Ed. , Drivers Ed. ,
RICHARD GILKISON--Science, Coaching
JANET PROCHAZKA--Home Economics, Girl's
MARGARET BISHOP- - English, Psychology,
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MARVIN NANCE--Spanish, History, Inter. Rel
MARVIN MANN- -Vocational Agriculture
HARVEY LONG--Mathematics, Coaching LESTA PETERSON--English, Speech, Library
The People Behind the Scenes
Cooking, cleaning, typing, driv-
ing--all are an important part of the
life of a school. Thanks to the dedi-
cated work of the cooks, Luella
Hauschel and Helen Shea, NC students
daily eat a warm and nutritious meal.
Working dawn to dark, the custodians,
Mike and Luella Hauschel, not only
clean the building, but also make
necessary repairs and perform other
maintenance work. Mrs. Agnes Mil-
ler, the school secretary, is busy not
only with typing but also with bills,
orders, money, and office machines.
And driving countless miles for school
activities as well as daily routes are
the bus drivers--Albert Busch, Dean
Cox, Fred Cross, Bob Duey, Floyd
Elder, Gail Farber, Bill I-Iynek, jesse
Hynek, Junior Lowe, Marvin Nance,
Robert Tegethoff, john Zenger, and
UPPER RIGHT: Mike and Luella Hauschel, custo-
dians. IDWER RIGHT: Luella Hauschel and Helen
Shea, cooks. UPPER LEFT: Mrs. Agnes Miller,
secretary. LOWER LEFT: Tools of the trade.
O I IONS
Updates Dress Code
Student Council came to the
fashionable conclusion that the
dress code should be updated.
The times have changed from
the knee high dress, to the mini
dress, and now to the greatest
discovery of all, the jumpsuits I
and pantsuits. The Student an
Council amended the dress code
with the approval of the School
The Student Council plan-
ned both homecomings. They
selected the theme and the
- colors, and they appointed
school organizations to do various
QL-RJ: Kathi Zenger, Secretary, Lyneta Lindsley, tasks in preparing for the
Vice-President, Mr. j.D, Brunnemer, Adviser, homecomings.
Orvel Mason, President, Gary Zenger.
F The FCA sponsored two faculty r M
CA games between the NC faculty and the
Hillcrest faculty to help raise money for
boys going to camp. The FCA pays half
of the boys' way to camp with the money
they raise. They also had a work day and
sold ads to raise money for next year's
u l t sports programs.
y Some of the services they performed
this year were talking to the Methodist
G women at Morrowville and performing
am, a Sunday service at the Mahaska Pres-
FCA met twice a month throughout
the year to discuss the relationship of
the Christian Athlete to the rest of the
BOTTOM ROW QL-Rl: Mr. Ronald Scott, Sponsor, Mr. Richard Gilkison, Sponsor, Tim Nance, President,
jay Frye, Treasurer, Larry Atkins, Secretary, jim Stanton, Vice-President, Mr. Marvin Mann, Sponsor, Mr.
Marvin Nance, Sponsor. 2ND ROW: Allan Kolman, Mark Lindsley, Terry Prager, Gerry Frager, Rex Zenger,
David Miller, Lester Zimmerman, Orvel Mason. 3RD ROW: Gary Sinn, Bill Slater, Craig Fencl, Doug
Allen, Louie Iwert, Willie Iwert, Kent West, Don Miller, Bob Buehler.
Yearbook Production: Work, Work, Work!!
BACK: Orvel Mason, Sports Editor, Larry Atkins, Classes, Diane Duey, Business Manager, Mrs. Carol Parker, Advisor,
Janice Kunc, Assistant Editor. FRONT: Karen Rhine, Organizations, Ruth Miller, Photographer, jay Shorney, Editor.
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Paper Staff Publishes Cougar Highlights
The paper staff kept the students informed on school news by publishing monthly, "Cougar Highlights." BACK: Orvel
Mason, Assistant Editor, Doris Ginn, Reporter, Diann Ginn, Reporter, William Iwert, Reporter, Larry Atkins, Editor,
Mrs. Margaret Bishop, Advisor. FRONT: David Miller, Reporter, Tim Rhine, Sports Editor, Doyle Kaufmann, Organi
zations, Patty Miller, Reporter, Patty Nutsch, Business Manager, Janice Kunc, Lay-out Editor.
BOTTOM ROW QL-RQ: Miss janet Prochaza, Sponsor, Patty Miller, Degree Chairman, Vicki Olandt, Vice-President, Mary
Moore, President, Mitzi Lindsley, Secretary, Lyneta Lindsley, Treasurer, Le Ann Allen, Song Leader-Historian. 2nd ROW:
Debbie Strumfa, Debbie Fiser, Rose Marie Elliott, Kathi Zenger, Kayleen Pelesky, June Adee. TOP ROW: Mary Mason,
Karen West, Jody Bobbitt, Jean Elliott, Kathy Fritz, Peggy Elliott, Linda Rhine.
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FHA Elects David F '
This year during FHA Week, David Miller was chosen as the FHA Beau by
the chapter mothers and Miss Prochazka. Those competing for Beau were Louie
Iwert, Rex Zenger, jess Hyland, and David Miller. judging was based on the
contestant's ability to do household tasks such as making pancakes and sewing
The Red Rose girls elected during the year were Mitzi Lindsley, Lyneta
Lindsley, and Mary Moore. Red Rose girl of the year was Mary Moore.
Participating in community projects this year, the FHA acted as co-host
of a UNICEF Halloween Party, collected for the Red Cross, and presented an
Easter program with the Kayettes at the Homestead. They also had several
special demonstration programs on make-up, Christmas centerpieces, and
flower arrangements. Centering on an Easter theme, the FHA again honored
their mothers at the traditional Mother-Daughter Banquet.
Also, delegates from the NC FHA attended the District and State FHA
Meeting at which Jody Bobbitt was installed as second Vice-President of the
FA Follows Creed
State Farmer FFA Sweetheart
Bill Slater Mary Moore
With a faith born not of words but
of deeds, the North Central FFA in-
deed had a busy year. Starting the
year off by winning first in Live-
stock judging and second in Farm
Mechanics at the Washington County
F air, the chapter continued to parti-
cipate in contests the rest of the year.
Mary Moore was selected Chapter
Sweetheart on her ability to drive a
nail, saw a board, call hogs, and
drive a tractor. Bill Slater was select-
ed to receive the degree of State
The chapter raised money by
sponsoring a paper drive and cleaning
up an old farmstead. They highlight-
ed their hectic year with a Parent-
BOTTOM lL-RJ: Bill Slater, Reporter, James Burton, Secretary, Lanny Livingston, President, Willie Iwert, Vice-President
Rex Zenger, Treasurer, Bob Buehler, Sentinel, Mr. Marvin Mann, Instructor. 2ND ROW: Orvel Mason, Dale Steier,
Randy Wurm, Kenney Lallak, Cal Livingston, Craig Fencl, Rellen Goebel, Doug Allen, Gary Sinn, Ronnie Lindsley,
Lester Zimmerman, Donnie Rhine, Roy Grover. 3RD ROW: Bob Allen, Chuck Grove, Reginald L' Ecuyer, Terry Frager,
Lyle Cox, Tim Rhine, Louie Iwert, Kent West, Gerry Frager, Larry Moore, Sam Huber, Donnie Moore, Kevin Wurm,
Randy Rhine, Leslie Elder.
BOTTOM ROW fl.-RJ: Karen Rhine
Cheerleader, Diane Duey, Cheer-
leader, Mary Moore, Cheerleader,
Ruth Miller, Treasurer, Susie Lind-
sley, Secretary, Shirley Dart, Vice-
Presidentg Patty Nutsch, President,
Kathi Zenger, Cheerleader, Mitzi
Lindsley, Cheerleader, Mrs. Carol
Parker, Sponsor. 2ND ROW: Kathy
Fritz, Linda Rhine, June Adee, Rose
Elliott, Debbie Strumfa, Jean Elliott,
Karen West, Dianne Smith, Kayleen
Pelesky, Cindy Arbuthnot. 3RD ROW:
Jody Bobbitt, Kaye Nutsch, Lyneta
Lindsley, Debbie Fiser, LeAnn Allen,
Joyce Cox, Carol Smith, Le lla Nutz,
Joan Adee, Janice Kunc. TOP ROW:
Janet Slater, Peggy Elliott, Patty
Miller, Margaret L'Ecuyer, Mary
Mason, Darice Ocobock, Sheryl
Camp, Sheila Sewell, Cathy Camp,
Vicki Olandt, Annette Keller.
Pep and spirit were the two key
qualitites displayed by the NC pep
club and cheerleaders. Signs plastered
school wallsg hoops went to all games,
and pep assemblies fired up students
prior to the big games.
The cheerleaders created excite-
'nent with the introduction of a spirit
stick. This stick was awarded to the
.nost spirited class at each pep rally.
The class receiving the spirit stick
then retained it all week and brought
it to all games until the next pep
assembly. The proud winners of the
spirit stick were the Seniors, having
earned it the largest number of times
:luring the season. The winners were
awarded a big box of "Cheer",.
NC fans showed their enthusiasm
and loyalty by following the Cougars
far and near. On the sidelines the pep
club, cheerleaders, and fans were
supporting the Cougars through each
play---yelling them on to many
Because of all this steady boosting,
no one can forget all those tearful,
exciting, and cheerful moments as
the last few seconds of the games
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BOTTOM KL-RJ: Pat Nutsch, Secretary, Susan Lind-
sley, Vice-President, Janice Kunc, President,
Dianne Smith, Treasurer. SECOND: Shirley Dart,
Cindy Arbuthnot, Janet Slater, Darcie Ocobock.
THIRD: Lella Nutz, Carol Smith, Mrs. Lesta Peter-
son, Sponsor, Diane Duey, Karen Rhine. FOURTH:
Joan Adee, Joyce Cox, Sheila Sewell, Ruth Miller.
TOP: Annette Keller, Kaye Nutsch, Doris Ginn,
GOOD GRIEF ! !
25 th Anniversary
The Kayette Clubs of Kansas celebrated their
25th anniversary this year. North Central Kayettes,
with a membership of twenty-one girls, observed
this event with Kayette Week. Helping them was
their devoted sponsor, Mrs. Lesta Peterson. Dele-
gates to Regional Conference at Junction City were
Janice Kunc, Cindy Arbuthnot, Kaye Nutsch, and
Janet Slater. Janice Kunc and Mrs. Lesta Peterson
accepted the 1, OOO Point Award. Kaye Nutsch,
Carol Smith, Joyce Cox, and Joan Adee attended
Kayette Leadership Camp. In working toward the
2, OOO Point Award, the Kayettes visited the Home-
stead at Washington with the FHA, sold cookies at
school to raise money for Cerebral Palsy, sponsored
the school Christmas assembly, sponsored an all
school party, displayed monthly bulletin boards,
sponsored a Mother-Daughter Tea, sent a box of
miscellaneous items to the boys in Vietnam, and
painted the benches the basketball boys sit on in the
gymnasium. The Kayettes money-making project,
selling items from the Tom-Wat Kit, was very
Cougars Win Seven
The Cougars rounded out an outstanding season
of seven wins and two losses by defeating the Wash-
ington Tigers 34-O. The score told the story of the
Starting the season with an inexperienced back-
field, the Cougars got off to a slow start. Midway
through the season the Cougars gelled and went un-
defeated for the remainder of the season. The only
returning backfield man for the Cougars was David
Miller, the leading scorer in the state during the
1969 season. Complementing him was Tim Rhine
who rushed for 692 yards. jay Frye led the Cougars
in yards passing with six catches for 117 yards. Larry
Atkins caught two passes for a TD and a PAT. Orvel
Mason and Lanny Livingston had over 80 tackles.
jim Stanton played intermittently, but he was plagu-
ed with injuries.
The juniors contributed a small but powerful
group. Mark Lindsley played guard, Bill Slater,
center, and Willie Iwert, tackle. These players
amassed 100 tackles.
The sophomore group was the largest group with
ten players. This group has great potential and will
help carry on in the North Central tradition. Allan
Kolrnan played quarterback, Terry Frager, end,
Gary Sinn, end, jess Hyland, end, Bob Allen, end,
Gerry Frager, halfbackg Larry Moore, tackle, and
David Jennings, guard. '
The freshmen were led by Louie Iwert, defen- '
sive tackle, who had 32 tackles in varsity play.
FRONT ROW KL-R Q: jack Adee, Student Manager, David Jennings, Roy Grover, Randy Wurm, Kevin Wurm, Randy
Rhine, Gary Zenger, Ronnie Lindsley, Student Manager. 2nd ROW: Larry Atkins, jim Stanton, Mark Lindsley, Terry
Frager, Cal Livingston, Gary Sinn, jay Frye, Allan Kolman, David Miller, Orvel Mason. 3rd ROW: Harvey Long,
Assistant Coach, Bob Allen, Larry Moore, 'jess Hyland, Lanny Livingston, Louie Iwert, Willie Iwert, Bill Slater, Tim
Rhine, Gerry Frager, Donnie Moore, Richard Gilkison, Coach.
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LINEMEN QL-RQ: Gary Sinn, Lanny Livingston, Mark Lindsley, Bill Slater, Orvel Mason, Willie Iwert, Larry Atkins
BACKFIELD: jay Frye, David Miller, Allan Kohnan, Tim Rhine.
NC O Linn 20
NC 34 Axtell 6
NC 24 Miltonvale O
NC O Clyde 38
NC 20 Luckey O
NC 22 St. Xavier's O
NC 50 St. john's O
NC 17 Glasco 6
NC 34 Washington O
Cougars Set Records
The Cougars set three new grid records during the
1970 season. They set a new record for shutouts in a sea-
son with five this year. David Miller broke his old mark
of 1,179 yards by rushing for 1, 316 yards on 165 carries
for an eight yard average and 82 points. Tim Rhine set a
new mark for tackles and 47 assists from his middle line-
The Cougars also tied three records this season. jay
Frye tied the record for most interceptions set by David
Miller in 1969 by stealing five of the opponent's aerials.
The Cougar team also tied the record for the most wins in
a season--seven. Unfortunately, they also tied the record
for most losses in a season--two. NC has a four year
record of 27 wins, 6 losses, and 1 tie.
jay Frye goes high in the air to intercept
another pass. jay intercepted fisge recorded
passes this year.
Coaches and Captains
Much of the success the Cougars experienced this year can be accreditted
to the NC coaching staff. Football is 8496 practice and 16M games. A player
can always forget the agony he went through on the practice field when his
team has a winning season, but the coaches always remember the "shaping
up" that goes into winning games. Coach Gilkison and Coach Long did a
great job of getting the Cougars in shape.
All the players will long remember Coach Gilkison and his "Show a little
hus'!" Some of Coach Gilkison's drills seemed ridiculous at firstg but after the
second game of the season, the Cougar gridsters realized how effective they
And can anyone forget Coach Long and his crab drills? Our linemen, the
unsung heroes of any football game, were relatively inexperienced when the
season began, but Coach Long molded them into
an efficient unit.
Of course, coaches do much more than just
get their players in shape physically. Before a
player can play to the best of his ability, he
must be mentally ready to compete. The coaches
must work throughout the week preparing their
players. But perhaps more effective than the
coaches are the captains in getting their team-
mates ready to play. The Cougar captains,
David Miller and Tim Rhine fpictured at the
TOP RIGHTJ, were very inspiring to the other
players. Not only in games but also in practice
David always had something to say to "get the
team up. " It was common for David to say,
"Thanks for that hole, you linemen! " after he
scored on a long touchdown run. Things like
that really make a team. Tim was not as out-
spoken as David, but his quiet effectiveness
made every player on the team realize that if
they worked as a unit they could win. His words
of praise could make a player feel good, or he
could chastise one severely if he blew a play.
With leadership like the Cougars had this
year, they had to win games. Thanks, coaches
Louie Iwert pressures the Luckey High fManhattanj quarterback
and captains! during the 1970 homecoming game which the Cougars won
In both victory and defeat
the Cougar team backed its
coaches, head coach
Richard Gilkison and assist-
ant coach Harvey Long.
Hard Work Pays Off
About the season, Coach Ronald Scott said 'I was very pleased with t
fthe seasonj. The stairs really paid off. "
This was Coach Scott's first year coaching His coaching ability is echoed
by the season record. He led the Cougar cagers in everything throughout the
season, including leading them in calisthenics and laps in practice
Assistant Coach Harvey Long provided able leadership for the "B" team
and the freshmen. Coach Long's only fault was that he needed a seat belt to
keep him in his chair. That way he might have avoided some of those tech
A-TEAM KNEELING fL-R Q: Larry Atkins, Allan Kohnan, Mark Lindsley David M11ler Rex Zenger jay Frye
STANDING: Coach Ronald Scott, Bill Slater, Tim Rhine, Willie Iwert Tim Nance Louie Iwert, Doug Allen jay
Shorney, Cal Livingston.
At left Tim
basket on a
Solomon Valley League
NC 56 Clyde
NC 71 Downs
NC 91 Republic
NC 71 Clifton
NC 73 Cawker City
NC 81 Natoma
NC 69 Clifton
'71 Cougars Post
Best Record Ever
The 1971 Cougars experienced more success with
fewer defeats than any other NC basketball team ever.
The Cougars, under the leadership of head coach
Ronald Scott and assistant coach Harvey Long, posted
a season record of nineteen wins and four losses, in-
cluding a perfect record of ten wins and no losses in
league play and a second place in the Regional Tour-
nament. No other North Central team had ever gone
so far in the Regional Tournament.
The Cougars worked hard and got in shape early
this year. They depended on their fast breaks to not
only score points but also tire their opponents. This
strategy worked well throughout the season. The Cou-
gar cagers weren't, however, just a team that ran.
They shot the ball very well, having a 43 per cent
field goal average for the season. Leading the Cougars
in field goal percentages was jay Shorney with a 53 per
cent field goal average and 407 points. jay also led in
free throws with a 69 per cent average. He was voted
the first Donald "Gooch" Moore Most Outstanding Bas-
jay, however, wasn't the only player on the team.
Tim Rhine scored 287 points during the season, Tim
Nance grabbed 232 rebounds, and Doug Allen and
Allan Kolman together dropped 304 points through the
net. The Cougar bench was instrumental in attaining
the successes the Cougars reached this year. A coach
once said, "The first team is only as good as the sec-
ond team makes them. " That says enough about the
Cougar second team.
The Cougar B-team carried on in the NC tradition,
ending the season with a 15-3 record including third
place in the Solomon Valley League Tournament. The
potential of the players on the B-team insures that the
team in following years will carry the NC banners high.
The freshmen won a second place trophy in the
Solomon Valley League Freshmen Tournament, after
having lost five games. They went on to post a season
record of 4-8, led by Louie Iwert's 33 points per game.
KNEELING QL-RJ: Larry
Moore, Randy Wurm,
Perry Skipton, Mark
Lindsley, Rex Zenger,
Harvey Long, Don Mil-
ler, Bill Slater, Kent
West, Willie Iwert,
Craig Fencl, Cal Liv-
ingston, Gary Sinn.
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL TEAMS
KNEELING QL-RQ: Leslie Elder, Dale Steier, Alan jarvie, im Stanton ames Burton
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Orvel Mason, David Jennings, Don Nutsch. STANDING: Mr. Bill Mallean, Supervisor,
Kenney Lallak, jerry Ginn, Lyle Cox, Terry Frager, Lanny Livingston, Gerry Frager,
Chuck Grove, Reginald L'Ecuyer, Ronnie Lindsley.
KNEELING fL-RJ: Kevin Wurrn, Donnie Moore, Louie Iwert, Gary
Zenger, Randy Rhine. STANDING: Coach Harvey Long, Roy Grover,
Sam Huber, Donnie Rhine, jack Adee.
58 St. john's
62 St. Xavier's
78 St. John's
BOTTOM ROW QL-RJ: jack Adee, David Miller, Gary Zenger, Randy Rhine,
Orvel Mason, Sam Huber, Roy Grover. 2ND ROW: Lester Zimmerman, Allan
Kolman, Terry Frager, Bob Buehler, jim Burton, Randy Wurm. STANDING:
Coach Ronald Scott, Gerry Frager, Don Miller, Bill Slater, Willie Iwert,
Louie Iwert, Rellen Goebel, Gary Sinn, Coach Richard Gilkison.
Willie Iwert awaits the starter's
gun in the 880 yard run. Willie's
time in the 880 was 2:09. 6.
This was a good enough time to
place him second in the league
track meet at Beloit.
Bill Slater runs
stride for stride
with a Courtland
' trackster as he
finish line in the
220 yard dash.
Bi11's best time
in the 220 was
24. 45 seconds.
Louie Iwert throws the discus in a warm-
up throw. Louie set a new school record
in the discus with a throw of 133' 5 1!2".
Louie also threw the shot 47'7", four
inches away from the school record.
Louie won these two events at the league
. ,1 1 Allan Kolman
:VV tied the school
1.1, record of 11 feet
. in the pole vault.
: Allan also threw
the shot put 45'4"
for second place
in the league
man sets the pace
in the tvvo-mile
lelll is ' QL run as he lowers
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Several New Records
The Cougar track squad participated in eight track meets this year setting
several new records. David Miller tied the record for the 100 yard dash with
a time of 10.4, set a record for the 440 running it in 54. 1, and broke the 60
yard record with a 6.7 timing. Allan Kolman tied the existing pole vault
record of 11'feetg Louie lwert broke the discus record with a throw of
132' 5 1f2"3 and Lester Zimmerman ran the two-mile in 11. 18. 1. The track
team placed fourth in the league tournament and took several entries to the
The Cougar tracksters were definitely a young team this year and showed
promise for a good team in future years.
stretches to give
Bill Slater the
baton in the 880
yard relay. Other
were Gerry Frager
David Miller. The
relay team record-
ed a best time of
placed second in
the league meet.
The agony of defeat.
Oh! The excruciating physical torture of track!
The joy of victory.
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And F un!
This year's girls' sports program
combined fun with hard work and
sore muscles. The person most re-
sponsible was Miss Prochazka, who
enjoyed it just as much as the
girls did. A lot of credit is due to
The girls ended their volley-
ball season with three wins and six
losses. They also won fourth place
in the tournament. The A-team
members were Karen Rhine, Susie
Lindsley, Jody Bobbitt, Diane Duey,
Mary Moore, Patty Nutsch, Mitzi
Lindsley, and Shirley Dart.
The basketball season wasn't
too successful for the girls, but
it was a lot of fun. They won one
game and lost four.
A lot of sore muscles were
treated during the track season.
Nineteen girls participated for the
track events at the five track
meets the girls took part in this
year. The team and coach worked
hard--as a result they achieved
fourth at Clifton and sixth in the
league track meet.
TRACK, BOTTOM ROW CL-RJ: Debbie Meritt, Kathi Zenger, Kayleen Pelesky,
Paula Jarvie, June Adee. 2ND ROW: Karen Rhine, Diane Duey, Cindy Arbuth-
not, Mary Mason, Janet Slater, Dianne Smith. 3RD ROW: Miss Janet Prochaz-
ka, Coachg Susie Lindsley, Jody Bobbitt, Mary Moore, Vicki Olandt, Kathy
Fritz, Peggy Elliott.
Dianne Smith throwing the discus
Jody Bobbitt going over the bar.
VOLLEYBALL, BOTTOM ROW QL-RJ: Janice Kunc, Joan Adee, Annette Kel-
ler, Kayleen Pelesky, June Adee. 2ND ROW: Kathi Zenger, Karen Rhine,
Diane Duey Susie Lindsley Kaye Nutsch Mitzi .Lindsley Patty Nutsch , ,
Mary Mason,, Rose Marie Eliiott, Lyneta Iiindsley. 5RD ROW: Shirley D,art, Karen Rhme Sewing the Volleyball'
Vicki Olandt, Mary Moore, Jody Bobbitt, Jean Elliott, Kathy Fritz, Peggy
Elliott, Janet Slater, Miss Janet Prochazka, Coach.
Jody Bobbitt waits for the rebound.
Team in the huddle for last minute instructions.
M131 Lwdslev returning 2 Serve- BASKETBALL, BoTToM Row QL-RJ: Kayieen Peiesky, carol smifh, Dianne
Smith, Diane Duey, Mary Mason, Karen Rhine. 2nd ROW: Miss Janet Pro-
chazka, Coach, Joyce Cox, Darice Ocobock, Kathy Fritz, Jean Elliott, Karen
West, Mary Moore, Jody Bobbitt.
BOTTOM ROW QL-RJ: Janice Kunc, Ruth Miller, Sheila Sewell, Cindy Arbuthnot, Karen Rhine, Kathi Zenger, Craig
Fenel, jean Adee,janet Slater, Mi1zi Lindsley, Lyneta Lindsley. 2nd ROW: june Adee, Rose Marie Elliott, Jean Elliott,
Peggy Elliott, Kayleen Pelesky, Mary Mason, james Burton, Dianne Smith, jay Shorney, jack Adee, Leslie Elder,
Rellen Goebel, Lanny Livingston. 3rd ROW: Orvel Mason, Kent West, jim Stanton, Gary Sinn, Karen West, Jody Bob-
bitt, Mary Moore. STANDING: Doyle Kaufmann, Vicki Olandt, Debbie Fiser, Lester Zimmerman, Bill Slater, Mr.
Lavern Tegethoff, Instructor.
BOTTOM TO TOP: Cindy Arbuth-
not, Susan Lindsley, Karen Rhine,
The Halls Are Alive .
Monday through Friday the halls
of NC echo with instrumental or
vocal music. Taking part in the
music program is a mixture of fun
and hard work.
It was a busy year of the North
Central band performing at the
Washington County Fair, K-State
Band Day, State Musical Festival
at Mankato, l.ord's Acre Day at
I-Iaddam, and the North Central
Mr. Tegethoff also organized a
pep band to provide pep and enter-
tainment for every one of North
Central's home ballgames.
Mr. Lavern Te gethoff
Practicing hard??? STAGE BAND, FRONT ROW QL-RJ: Dianne Smith, Mary Mason, Ioan Adee
Janet Slater, Lyneta Lindsley. ZND ROW: Mary Moore, Orvel Mason, Kent
West, Karen West, Gary Sinn, Jody Bobbitt. 3RD ROW: Lanny Livingston,
jack Adee, Leslie Elder, Rellen Goebel. STANDING: Mitzi Lindsley, Mr
Lavern Tegethoff, Instructor, Vicki Olandt.
. With the Sound of Music
The NC singers strained their vocal
chords every Tuesday and Thursday
under the competent direction of Mr.
Lavern Tegethoff. For their hard work,
the chorus had great pleasure in perform-
ing for the public at the Christmas Con-
cert. They also attended the State Music
Festival at Mankato.
Small groups and soloists provided
music for World Day of Prayer Services
at Morrowville and special music for
elderly peoples services, as Well as be-
tween acts of the junior and senior class
plays and for Baccalaureate and
TRIPLE TRIO, QL-RJ: Lyneta Lindsley, Mitzi Lindsley, Kayleen Pelesky, Janice
Kunc, Susan Lindsley, Kathi Zenger, Debbie Fiser, Cindy Arbutbnot, Joan
Adee. SEATED: Vicki Olandt, Accompanist.
MIXED CHORUS, BOTTOM QL-RJ: Janice Kunc, Lyneta Lindsley, Debbie Meritt, Debbie Fiser, LeAnn Allen, Margaret
L'Ecuyer, Sheila Sewell, Cindy Arbuthnot, Carol Smith, Kathi Zenger, Le lla Nutz, Kayleen Pelesky, Annette Keller.
2nd ROW: Dianne Smith, Mimi Lindsley, Diann Ginn, Peggy Elliott, Vicki Olandt, Darice Ocobock, Kathy Fritz, Janet
Slater, Jody Bobbitt, Joyce Cox, Mary Mason, Shirley Dart, Susan Lindsley, Joan Adee. TOP ROW: Leslie Elder, Lester
Zimmerman, Dale Steier, Robert Buehler, Kenney Lallak, Rellen Goebel, Willie Iwert, Doyle Kaufmann, Rex Zenger,
Allan Kolman, Orvel Mason, Mr. Lavern Tegethoff, Instructor.
GIRLS' GLEE, BOTTOM QL-RJ: Janice Kunc, Lyneta Lindsley, Debbie Meritt, Debbie Fiser, Carol Smith, Kathi Zenger,
Le Ila Nutz, Kayleen Pelesky, Annette Keller. ZND ROW: LeAnn Allen, Margaret L'Ecuyer, Sheila Sewell, Dianne '
Smith, Mitzi Lindsley, Shirley Dart, Susan Lindsley, Cindy Arbutlmot, Joan Adee, Mr. Lavern Tegethoff, Instructor.
TOP ROW: Peggy Elliott, Vicki Olandt, Darice Ocobock, Kathy Fritz, Jody Bobbitt, Janet Slater, Diann Ginn, Joyce
Cox, Mary Mason.
The band and chorus both
showed great improvement over the
year, and I sincerely hope that next
pation will be shown in both. I feel
that these were two of the finest
groups in the whole school, and I
hope that they improve even more
next year. I could not have asked
for better students to work with.
MIXED ENSEMBLE FRONT Row QL-RJ: LeAnn Allen, Mitzi Lindsiey, Lyneta
Lindsley, Janice Kunc, Dianne Smith, Mary Mason, Debbie Fiser, Joan Adee.
2ND ROW: Leslie Elder, Allan Kolman, Rellen Goebel, Willie Iwert, Dale
Steier, Orvel Mason. SEATED: Vicki Olandt, Accompanist.
year even more interest and partici-
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"Shy Guy" was presented in November by the
junior Class. The three act comedy centers on Fred
Hastings, who has been spending more money than
his parents believe he is earning. When he tells Larry
Madison, his best friend, that he has been working as
a model for Glamour Girl Cosmetics, who should
appear but Gloria Patterson and Lois Corwin--the
model he worked with and the lady he worked for.
Add to this a birthday party and Melinda Whipple,
wiry, eccentric little old lady of eighty, and Fred
Hastings becomes anything but a "Shy Guy". The
cast did a splendid job of presenting the play which
was directed by Mr. Marvin Nance.
Fred Hastings ,
Cora Hastings ,
Nancy Graham , , ,
Larry Madison , ,
Julie Tucker ,
. Doug Allen
. . Craig Fencl
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, Patty Miller
"Let me at him! !"
Glori a Patterson
Melinda Whipple. 1 ' l, Don Miller
Lois Corwin , ,
Mr. Danbury ,
Bill Sterling ,
"W'ho's she???" "Good grief! !" "Mon.key?"
"What's going on here?" "Somebody, do something! !"
"Spooks Alive" Spooks Audience!!!
The three act mystery-comedy, "Spooks Alive,
was presented by the Senior Class in the spring. The
story centers on the warden's home, an old abandoned
prison. Professor Rockby, who has decided to become
an author, thinks this home will provide the proper
"atmosphere" and moves his family there for the
summer. Things begin to happen--Mrs. Simpson sees
a ghost and Marcel Smythe disappears. After much
confusion, laughs, romance, and mystery, the miss-
ing girl is found and a twenty-year-old mystery is
finally solved. The cast gave an outstanding perfor-
mance under the capable direction of lvlrs. Peterson.
Professor Rockby .
Martha Rockby . .
Gennie Rockby . .
Doug Rockby . . .
Bridget Rockby . .
Marcel Smythe . . .
Mrs. Simpson . .
"OH! You poor darling! !"
Mrs. Albright . . . . . Diane Duey
Doctor Bradford . . . Lanny Livingston
Mr. Smythe . . . . .' . .jay Frye
Mrs. Smythe . . . . . Susan Lindsley
Officer Higgins . .... Orvel Mason
jean Osborn . . . Cindy Arbuthnot
The Ghost . . . . . Jim Stanton
"Please, don't drop me! ! !" "Knucklehead! Doug! Get off poor Mr. Smythe! !"
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Wayne L. Davis
CDuroc 8: Spotted Polandsj
Bertie's Beauty Shop
Bertram Shoe Repair
Continental Grain Company
Co-op Service Association
Farber Oil Company
Cecrle Itco 8a Garage
The Korner Cafe 8L Service Station
Morrowville Lumber Company
Sheer Blacksmith Shop
Synovec Food Mart
Wahl's Machine Shop
Adee Honey Farms
Alfred B. Nutsch
CSoi1 Conservation Contractor,
A. R. Hoffman 8: Sons
Frye Motor Company
Gerald A. Kvasnicka
Lallak Std. Service
Sue's Beauty Salon
Belleville Cleaners - Kay 8a Shirley
Belleville Implement Co.
Bill's Standard Service
Cooper Oil Company
Dale's Western Store
Don Sankey Motors
Don's Used Cars
Kravemore Dinner Bell
Mike's Body Shop
People's National Bank
Tibbetts Bros., Inc.
Truman's Inc. 8a Metais House of Beauty
Ben Franklin Store
Boogaart's fBestyet Food Storey
Carl's Standard Station
Dr. A. H. Kolterman
Dr. Henry A. Nagel fChiropractorJ
Dr. Paul Herda COptometristJ
Farm Bureau - Paul Smith
Farmers Co-op Elevator Ass'n.
F rosty's Mobil Service
Harris Drug Store
Hyland Abstract Company
Johnson Feed and Grain
King's School Supply
Pony Express Enterprises, Inc.
Sears Catalog Sales
The Squire Ments Shop
Swirley Top Steak House
Thomas L. Parry D.D.S.
Victory Life Insurance - Patterson
Washington Sales Co., Inc.
Washington County News
Westside Grocery and Service
Whitcomb Motor Co.
Barber Furniture Co., Inc.
B 8: J's Cozy Cafe
Brackles B-Street Market
Brown's Shoe Fit
Canning Truck Service
Charlie's Package Store
Consolidated Sand and Gravel Co.
Dale Robinson Produce
Fairbury Livestock Co.
Globe Rexall Drug Store, Inc.
.Iunker's Meats, Inc.
Klean Klose Shop
Lofing Implement Company
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Ralph E. Turner and Sons
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