North Platte High School - Roundup Yearbook (North Platte, NE)

 - Class of 1933

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I ask.: PM 1 'J BERYL FORWARD Beryl Forward says her am- bition is to get in and out of an Austin gracefully. During her three years in high school, she has been in Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4, Round-Up staff 4, glee club 2, 3. 4. Girls' sextette 4, operetta 2, 3, senior class play, and mixed chorus. Beryl has a. knack of getting on with ev- eryone and anyone who knows her has a true friend. MAYNARD VAUGHN FISHER Maynard Vaughn Fisher likes to putter around with model airplanes. You are on the right track "Frenchy." to get up into the world. but why not go at it on a larger scale? By the way one of "Fi-enchy's" failings is talking. Didn't that interfere with your track workouts in 4? LOIS AILENE GRUNDEN When Lois Ailene Grunden realizes her ambition to be a Spanish teacher, will she still ieep on saying 'tWe are going to hav a .st today"? Lois is the gi N all seen in Girl R zz. 3, :R glee club 2, M , Pep club 3, 4. operetta 2, . Spanish club 3, and music contest 2, 3, -1. Tut! Tut! Lois. HARRY A. McEVOY JR. Harry A. McEvoy Jr.. or "Bud" as we know him, is one of those quiet. industrious boys who is bound to get somewhere in life. Bud wants to be an author. His "Never do today what can be done tomorrow" iwas heard in track 73, Senior f Math club -L, and Hi-Y 2. 3. ," ' ELIZABETH MCCABE four years in high school she has been a dependable member ,jlllf During Elizabeth McCabe's I 3 ' f Girl Reserves, the Girls' else XJ : b 2. 3, 4, and the Wood Bee " 'lub. She entered Declani dur- ,f jing her junior year. She is 1 very seldom seen without her pal Lola. Her ambition is ,to be a Home Economics teacher. MURIEL B. McNEEL She's quiet 'but extremely likeable. Yes. wLth'ought you would say ua? about Muriel B. McNeel.L hen you Y- Eve elyn are sure to fees uriel als . 'ghat ac-caunts for the frell ent phra "Anybody seen Susie?" Sliqm taken part in G. A. A. 2. 3, and Girl Re- serves 2. 3. Muriel likes to ride horseback. "FZaunting her raven treason, the gypsy maiden whirled." l L . 5 x ' Xxx THE ROUND-UP ' +l I 5 FORREST CLEON FOWLER We all expect to see the name of Forrest Cleon Fowler in the Who's Who someday. We don't know exactly what for but that will take care of itself. In the realm of extra- curricular activities, Forrest has been rewarded for his work with positions on the Round- Up staff and Annual staff and membership in the Quill and Scroll. , MABLE E. GRANNELL ,f ,Be prepared to sec Mable LEM' beth Gran.n'ell's name on 8I' of your .favorite book n he future, for although that is Mable's hobby now, we feel sure that it will have a great deal to do with her career, Mabl has a great deal ok musical ,agilit-yf too, and we also expect a great deal'from her along this line. JUNIOR McCABE , How could we h p but re- -' member Junior .M-dglbe as one! J of those daring pirates in Cap- J tain Applejaclis crew ini the 5 junior class play. Nsdkle chief ' hobby is working rn Eprdsg He's always happy' wherel he can be around auf Ford. His ambition is to Y ild a bridge across the Atl c. Well, Nick. when you re ' e your ambition we will let 'Xyou be the first one to drive a Ford across it. l LENORE E. FLETCHER Yes, than is 'isnmfe Eiizaben, Fletcher pouring over a book. ,Book-keeping seems to be her main Yafnbitfoni' lffe. ore participated in . ,'Af 2, 3. Whxen asked wh X-fher hobby was she neplic English Liter- ature. With Le ore it's not the lluantity bil 'the quality that 'ounts. CLIFFORD McNEEL Cliff" McNeel is one of t 'e persons that we admire . much for his very unique s se-se of humor. He has served ' Hsthfully as a member of the ,IS y's Glee Club. During his nor year he participated in X t e operetta. He is a member f the reserve football squad. His zimbitio is to do nothing and his hobby is skating. JEANETTE LeMASTER. Just ask anyone where they have had the most fun, They will say "In Jeanette-'s car." I think they have all succeeded l in realizing 'KLee's" ambition l which is "To raisc heck and X put a block under it." Lee was vice-president of the junior class in her junior year and is K always Drevared to entertain you with one of her famous humorous readings. SENIOR CLASS A 7 -27... was

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l X 4 K li 1 ' s 'b .. tb ORLA E Wee little l Irene Carlisle would like tra ng f!'0H1 C03-ST' to coast. "Jerri " belonged U0 Girl Reserves 3. 4. She believes in going to the theater. .Dont wc all? 'Tll Say 50"-Well and we'11 go with you. But look at the books she has time to read. Tsh - tsh ! LMA MAE CURTIS U ay, are we goin:-I to have a st today?" Velma Mac Ci1i's, must be in the room. ' part still To " 'l" has taken an active i Girl Reserves 4, but 3 S having a, good time..- - vel seems to be her ambition ai i goal. We're with yOu 111- WILFRED R. CL RKE "Pansy" r 'ou ou rath- er be caller " '.."' 'Shuc s' you mustyl e o Sl S glee club Z. 4. Felt " ' A ed R. C rke YOU out liking . With Mar- we can see heights in the world. wo n t snoof to ' would ian for an ambi ion you soar to great ti W ' U 'XV flfl 'Xe QNATE KLFIINOW " ie" do you 1'eally want 0 become a successful teacher? Velma Renate Kleinow. with your "Blow me down" and hobby of riding horseback, together with Wood Bee 4, ,you ought to find it an especially easy task! Are you always as happy and jolly as you look? We hope so. BUT ARIE CR ' ALL ig ' " 1 Cr' l ' a s thrilling oiy in the th aiu 1 w re: ' ' ' ' 1 "Co i s" one 'rnoon and she uid th and there to be pri e fetary, If you will look 1 Miss Owen's typing class you see Ruth indus- triously carrying out her deci- sion. Here's loads of luck to you, Ruth. JOHN WILLIAM DERR John William Derr, I'm sur- prised at you-beating up Har- ry Cushing-and as a hobby! With band 72, 3. 4, Hi-Y 2, 3. Round-Up 2, and orchestra 2, 3. I can see that you are well on the way to realize your am- bition. 'KChobby," old boy, what a governor of New York you would make! Marching down Broadway-OH! was -f THE ROUND-UP l I Pearl Lci!lle C e rila diligent ber of od-Bee, and a ber of Reserves two EGG! , is sbegj ing some- thing irnpossiblzii aily. She tells us her ambfitifi is somethin! impossible. .lyould you be so kind fain maid. as to elucidate what this -something is? Always be definite if you wish to suc- coed. PEARL LU LLE csrxtiiisigns FRANCIS L. GONNEALLY "That's right" Len does like te ising.. meople! Francis Con great ftvoii anong the t e an enginee- n ally 'ith hisllzirg furk gloves IS ' " 2 'A ' i ill o ' ' . i . Lv ' tion for him. e las only go , , ar d to N. P. H. S. one ye judging from the haDDY face he likes it. A J ' FERN JOHANSEN 'tOh merciful heavens," Fern ansen. don't tell us that you li . dancing! "Sporty," by the looks of Wood Bee 4, G. A. A. 3, I should say that you would be more suited for teaching than finger waving--I suppose finger waving it will have t0 be. . . lf' 1' A ,fwf- fBcn" you might say "prove Wa EY WILLIAM KUNKEL SENIGR CLASS it! but you seem to be doing t ings up fine with track 3. suior class play. Tsh-tsh D rsey William Kunkel, by the looks of the above I don't be- lieve your hobby is really track. Your ambition astounds me- to pull wise-cracks with Jack Yirak-just fancy that! RUTH WINNIFRED JOYNER U0.K.-Baby"-I think that you will become an excellent teacher, with reading' as yo r pet hobby and Wood Bee . You surely don't have th slightest doubt about it do you? No with your ability to apply yourself theres nothing to fear. Who is this quiet. unassuming girl? Why that's Ruth Winnifred Joyner. ERNEST WILLIAM DRINGMAN "Has anybody seen Minnie?" Erney seems to be coming down the hall. If basketball 3. 4, is as much help as we think, some day we will see Ernest William Dringman dancing with a brun- ette at Elitches Gardens in Denver. But how can you find sleeping a pleasure with all your pep? t If T 9' f " The siurlrnfic frost was frcnzicd 'with flaming." g -25-.



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l l I 1 I l R l l K is 1 as 43 Ofttlfiwc Mildred Marfraret Allen or 'tMid" as we call her thinks that 'KA littlc lun along with work does not mean that one will shirk." "Mid's" hobby is "kidding someone." Her am- bition is to be a. teacher. We could easily tell you that be- cause of her activities, Wood Bee 4, ,frlee club 71, office 3, and Math club 4. DOROTHY M, EKSTROM "What do you think?" Who said that? Of course it was Dorothy M. Ekstrom. She ants to be a nurse. Ca.n't ou just see her in a white iniforrn, blond hair peeping out from under her profes- sional cap? Dorothy partici- pated in Girl Reserves. G. A. A.. glee club, operetta. An- nual staff and Latin club. ANNA MARIE GOLDEN No folks you are not seeing double. She is the other Golden twin. Like hor sister she is penny. a :ood snort. belonging: to G. A, A. 33. 3, 4, likes a good time, and wants to be a stenogranher. "Ann" took part in Girl Reserves 73. 3: she was also on Student Council in her junior year. CLAUDE FAULKNER - "For crying: out loud," 'l.Iunny" don't tell us you like ice-skating and motorcycle rid- ingr. Football 71. 3, 4, captain 4, track 73, 3, 4, "N" club 4. N. P. club 73, Student Council 3. and National Honor Society show us you like action. If "Junny" has his way about life he will become an cxplorer and scientist. RUBY LOUISE GAUNT Plunk, plunk. plunk, Tliat's only "Chub." otherwise known as Ruby Louise Gaunt, playing some stringreil instrument. She hopes some day to be an in- structor on thc guitar for fut- ure musicians. She was in Girl Reserves and glee club. Wlie1'e did you ,fret that blue-black hair? We won't tell anybody. EDNA MARIE GOODSELL Don't tell anyone and wewill let you in on a secret. Edna Marie Goodsell wants to be a teacher. Marie likes to swim: we frequently hear hcr saying "You wouldn't kid me?" Girl Reserves 2, 3, 71,1-abinet 3, Wood Bee 4. Spanish club 3, Pep club 3, -1, glcewclub. sv K i kTHE ROUND-UP -- SENIOR CLASS "7'7zcrc are gmwgz fireflames kiurlIrvl." ...QSL LLOYD GOOD SELL o y u see the lad who is g:r'i- y ,skipping down the hal Lloyd Goodsell skii he seventh period. Anoth- er of " ,fdoyiobbies is base- ball. w goin: to see 'tLe'f4x" Gondsell the world's greatest 'left-handed p i t cr h e r someday? We em'w-1-hhu in foot- ball in Hi-Y in his hi:h'54i1ool career. ' EDMUND J. GRIDLEY Edmund' J. Gridley. or "Bill" as we know him, has that way with lski Bill told us he wantc 4- in every ,.port. Oh, B l ow could yoit?- In football . , 4, track 4. CN"'ch1b 3. basketball 3145, my 4. stu- dcnt Service 3, senior class play lead. and sbiiwfit-atsarnis of .junior class wc heard "Cl1ally was you theah ?" NETTIE MAURINE GOLDEN Pep? I'll say Nettie Maurine Golden has a whole basketful and more to spare. She la hed her way through high- s e rften heard hi s I tie' Ma.urine's ehos ..sioi is stenography. She ok part in G. . . L, -, , which nroves her sportsmanship and Girl Reserves 72, 3. o "Hey. Todd, wait fig' n .' - 0 s rf A A ' '3 D ID FREDER We lm heard from David F' .rick quiet, ul ng cha emfihgly who ace lishes t he sets out to do. He ' to putter around with s p book and has quite a collection. 'lDave" likes aviation but he didn't tell us whether he likes ground or air work better. F , ,WJ 'N , s MILDREDK MARIE fo'wLER Who ipJthat out there skating on the doe? Why it's no!lP'other than Mildred Marie Fowler. 'l'L0"i'wants to be either a stenographer or a beauty parlor operator. Then she will have plenty of use for her "Whatcha wzint now?" HMO" has been ambitious all through school. FRANCIS MARION FOWLER Francis Marion Fowler likes to do "most anything." We heard him greet his friends in Hi-Y '2. basketball 3. and Round-Up staff 3. with 'tHi peoples." The world is large Francis but we do wish you luck in your attempt to see it, What manner 'of machine art thou using man?

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