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

 - Class of 1940

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Mr. Mayer has lived in North Platte for twelve years, teaching two years in Junior High School and ten years in Senior High School. During his ten years of work in this school Mr. Mayer has devoted much of his time to major activities concerning the students. Two years ago he was appointed ticket chairman of the Activities Board. It is in this capacity that Mr. Mayer and his secretary every week issue activ- ities tickets for approximately 634 activities book holders. Rounding out a full schedule he teaches mostly junior and sen- ior classes of senior science, phy- sics, and chemistry. Through these classes Mr. Mayer knows most of the juniors and seniors. Through athletics he in well known to the freshmen because he coaches freshmen football and basketball. Outside of his work in school Mr. Mayer likes to play golf, which is his hobby. Mr. Mayer's active interest in school life, his fairness in judg- ing the problems of a high school student, and a wonderful sense of humor makes him a teacher well-liked by all. WWWV4fQ7Q T V ff My ,J W WMM :M ff QW W If WW W wifffy UM V if Q ,M LMMZV I gif! f ww QW 141' WMA IN THE OFFICE HALL AND COUNCIL PUBLICATION ROOM IN THE CLASS ROOM WZLZZZM MMM ZZ ?'T3A I HERE AND THERE I OVER FOOTLIGI-ITS I I I FIELD AND GYM 'vvmu My gffg 'MA I YQ ff If Q JW wif nf I ' W I KM WM . f : ,N 4. I I ... I I I X., I ft' I . I ' fcvvb . I' IN THE CLUBROOIVI 5 X x X xx ' Q " 4'PvXf AZ Q, 7 1 f f lk a ff,W ,, 0!".'L' 4' I K' ff. . K,-1 - 'wVQM . ,xp , f 'MTMM ' Eyflfyf "V"J"Jf!'v 35+ 5' fi! -V+0- 04 X x A, 4 - ,V,, .npvku A if V' "N 'Rf-Lc My Q KM- I-fqfffh ,da J. 3 4: Q, X 3 5 X N X X 1 Q5 , .1 N f aka' x Q Y v.. ,, 1 g-ws, A-0.53 .x 9 Q li f Ji ,fb- rg-L 1 'RFQ , Y' 'H ' we N-rsh? ' Board of Educatlon 'lhe North Platte loud ot I'ilULlt10H 01 canned 101 the xcfu ot 1939 1940 111 Julx ind elccted the tollowun omcels L In C511 p1es1d nt H In Du X1LLp19S1Clt,l1t L P Llmton sec1etary Wlth thc best 1ntc1ests ot exux No1th Pldttc H1 h School tudent at hea1t the bofud 1mp1ox ed and udcd the hlch school ln the f0ll0VN1I14 vt us The bofucl xoted to hclp pu1chasc ncxx band LIIIIIOIITIS the cvztent of fifty per cent of the cost ol such U1'11l01H'1N 'lhe ctpcndltule on the peut ot thc school ll1Stl1Lt was not to ex 9 zzwoffm SCHOOL BOARD ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SPECIALS STUDENT SEC YS Left Ma zar t Tzmmer mlmeograph office bul letln d otl tenclls at Senior High School ceed S1 000 The unlforms were later pur cased on bnl f1om the J C Icnney Com DJHY An app1op11at1on of S163 92 was made bx the board for the purchase of a record mg, mftchme fo1 the purpose of aldlng students 111 mus1c debftte and V 1r1ous other spcech studles In ordel to present the Rl1lJlI10H' Con C81t the KIXAHHIS Club was g,1ven permls s1on to usc thc Sen1o1 H1 h School audl to11um IO1 twenty five dolla1s PQIIHISSIOII was also glven tor 41 Senlor Hlgh School dance program llke the one pe1m1tted duunc the tear 1938 1939 Thls prog,,1 im Dl0X1flCd tor matlnee dances from the close of school u11t1l nve o clock 'lhese dances were to be held approxlmately once 1 month 'I he bofud noted not to paw anv subslst ence checks for the support of the deaf ch1ld1en 111 the school for the deaf subse qucnt to Ieblulry 1940 Thls was made necessary because the 1939 leqlsl 1ture reduced the approprmtlon for the dav school fO1 the deaf OrQ'an17at1ons ln the communltx d1d however pledge the money to keep these deaf chlldren ln school for the balance of the present school 3931 R L Self and Frank Cornwell were elected new members of the Board oi Edu cat1on on Apr1l the second These two men xx 1ll succeed 'Hr Carr and N11 Clin ton Fhex vull take office on May 6 1940 Left: Mr. Braham Mr. Clinton Mr. Day Mr. Carr .W'.eandM.I..npfdataBoadof u- cation meeting 'n the hoard room at the Junior High School huildi g at their regular meeting March 4. Mr. C ll d as 'n Cal'fornia at thi time. KK IHIPXI lllN I HXROI ll ll NPINI' NNFII I KN! I0 E E Carr presldent of the Poa1d of Edueat1on has been a member ol the school board for the past twelve yeals 1 leadm lawyer 1n lNorth Platte takes an unueual amount of t1me w1th H1 Y and debate graduated from Beaver Clty Hleh School has Ll B degree trom Nebrask1 xx ell l1ked by student body ol the Callender O11 Company wh1ch hc sold because he was IH poor health membe1 of the school board for seven xeals attended Pawnee C1ty Hlgh School and L1ncol11 Buemess College vull remam on board for rema1nde1 of regular term C P Uxml Clmton has been a valu able member of the Board of Educat1on for the past te11 veare finds f1sh1ng an emog able hobby the efIlc1ent secretarv of the boa1d rece1ved h1S O D degree f1om the Omaha Opt1cal College con neeted yylth the Clmton Jewelry Store as optometr1st H E Day nee p1es1dent ot the bo 11d been a membu ot the Loud ot Idu Cr1t1Oll tor the pabt ten ye 11s gl Ldu zted hom h1g,h sehool 1t NVeep111g, W1te1 Ne b1dSkd bLQ1l w1th the Du Mllllng, Company lOl fourteen ye1rs h1s L Se dulee from Dome College llkes to 1oke has eXeept1onal pelsonahtx c1t1on 101 tour xeus 16 eleeted lxst year hobby IS flSh1llg., 1ttencled high sehool at Meadow Groxe Nl9b1 Lskm md Lllfltillll BUSIIIQQS College 1s see1etuy of the Mutual Bu1ld1ng, md Ioln Aesoeu t1on marxelous speaker e1 1nd sense of humor Russell C Langford eleeted to the Boa1d ot Inducatlon 1n 19.56 gl 1du1ted trom Worth Pl xtte Hlgh Sehool as been xuth Nash Flnch Compmy 101 the past slxteen yea1s Llll bo mst 1 mmr xelous collect1on of ll1OVNl'1e xds eelxed hle P A degree hom St lntord Un1 xerelty H. li. ', KR li. 0. X DICK l'. P. Hillll 'I f'l'0N muah l H. H. LXY . 1 . 'lfl Kl'.','l., .. .' I" KD ...1'11" la' 'C- z A 'il ' Y ' " 'f 2 l'f 2,3 '- 1 - I ' ' '- r H K1 4 I . I A I Z Y 1' ' 1' - 'Y 7 1 '1zs...zs3.'. ' ,s 1 ' ml' x 2 l rx ' Lf , - . - A - f V "M . ' ' ' . ' 1 , ' 1 B. O. Callender . . . up to th1s year owner Harold D. Wxese . . . on the Bozud ol lndu- ' ' ', ' 2 2' as s s ...a .' SS f...21 " 4 A1 A1 Lv. . 1- YA, L ez A' 2 2 , ' - r , , , ' f 2 1 2 '2- 1' ' ' 1 ' . . . ' Y S ' . . . 1"z r A - . S tl . . . I If X ' I 0 0 1 u u ' ' ' ' ' , . ' , , 1 w , .' - - ' ru 2 U , , g - 1 2 f ' . . . hu' ' 7 v ' , 7' 4 1 - ' ll 2 y ' 1 . . ' K ,, ' ' 4 ' ' L w v' v 4 41 .2 E - 2 2 - Q , ' - '1 Q ' QM 1 va s rc- X, v' ' 4 v s ' v 'w J y X '4 Z ' '- 'W v 'lv' y J, K .. , 79 5 ,v ...Q I T BRANAM Mr. KIYIIIZIIII li-aniiig Senior High sealed nt his office desk. Superintendent W. J. Braham W. J. Braham . . . superintendent of North Platte schools tor past eighteen years . . . came here from Sidney, Nebraska in 1922 , . . former president of district num- ber four of Nebraska Teachers Association . . . past president ot' Nebraska Schoolmasters Club . . . member ot' Nebraska High School Athletic Association board of control for ten years . . . secretary and treasurer ot' Nebraska High School Athletic Association for three years . . . born in Mercer, Pennsylvania . . . did under- graduate work at Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, State Teachers College and Grove City College . . . has bach- elor and master degrees . . , has done graduate work at Chicago University, Columbia University, Harvard Uni- versity, University ot' Nebraska . . . lettered in track, football, baseball, tennis While attending college in Pennsylvania . . . well-liked by student bdy for interest shown in school activities . . . dresses with excellent taste . . . one who can undertake a great responsibility . . . has quiet manner, digniiied bearing . . . always ready to serve public with any available information , . . excep- tionally good personality . . . sympathetic with student problems . . . takes great pride in his Work . . . always willing to receive suggestions for the betterment of the school system . . . hearty laugh . . . has ability to get along with people . . . bright blue eyes . . , all in all a good sport and grand person. 10 :ind Xl' 11 ons Bobb and Ronnie 05,-F.-13 ', L -KK45 f A. K4"""' Principal L W Nelson 44 I-. P'-'uf 'fx 451. af? Leslie W Nelson pimcipal ot thc Noith Pl ttf Senioi .2 L L, M, High School for the past eleycn 5 ea1s bo1n 111 Om thx Nebraska has done much to ll1C1i'1SC stholastn st 1nd lllg' of North Platte Senior High bchool his puson 11 conferences with seniors ex eu se 11 studied 111 Ncbraskx Weblcyan Unixersitx ot lNeb1'1sk1 UlllXklSltW ot Colorado Columbia Unix e1s1tx IS A l 111d degrees is working lOl dottoi s deqlec bcgtn teaching career at Sioux City Nebi 1ska was supei intendent ot schools at Newman bioxe Ntbi lNht hobbies are farming and economics . . . n1en1bc1 ot P111 Delta Kappa . . . quiet a11d reserved . , .brilli-1111 ni . . . takes problems of students seriously , . . co11ti11u1l1y working fO1 betterment of school a11d i11 makinw it'rnv1't democratic . . . keeps 111 touch with subjects t-1u1rl1 ' school by frequently attending' classes . . . helps collc 2 preparatory English students with book selections . . . well-liked by students for willinfrncss to to-opertte 11111 consider problems . , . has ki11d bluc eyes . . . dresses neatly and well . . . thinks things out bcfoie making decisions . . . supports matinee school dances . . . l'1'iend- ly amiable and easy to get 1101111 with . . . very plc-tsingo personality . . . is poised meets public with gracious prominent in church and community affairs . , . proud of his sons. fl4 4'-'X ups-Q. 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All W s 11. i' -"Ds ,gl 1 1.11.5 Obs if Miss lilzulps Nl1-l'111'111i- li If . 111 11-'11-111 1011111111 . . 11:11'11 11.Ill' '11111 1111-11 1-v1-s K . . 11,1-111-111 11 X1-111':1s1. .111-s11-1.r11 1111 .'111'11111 ,11v7e?111 -1'sl15 Q I 111 1l1'1 11m 1s 11s 1 .11. . 11 .1,.1 1 1-11-1-1-s . . . 1 -111' - 11- .. -I 11111' 19 fp - 51.11 111 wyvyzgjll I N1 1- 1111111 111' Q1 01111 1141111 Roy XY. H1151-1' . . . 11-.11-111-s s1-111111- s1-11-111-1-. '11I15s11-14. 1-11111114111 .111111-111-s . 1111s :1111-1111111 1111111-1' 111111 1. 1111111 113 111 8111111 :11111 11 11111 L.1111111'111.1 , , 11.1s s1l11111' 11-11-1 111 1111111111' ,... I. 111111 N15 111,111s 1 . 1-I11111'111 11 1 A1-111' ls '1'11'I11- 1'111111'1111111 . . . .11111.11111 1 .1-1111.- 1-111sN N111111.111s . , 111-Q1 . . 1,1-s 111 111.11 -1111 , . 1-1111111 1:' .11111 11- M C 11111 111111 . 11-.11111s 11111111-1 .11111 -1- 111 11-1- . . . :1111-11111-11 11 I 1 11 B I' 1.1 . . . 111111111 ls 111111 sI111 1-.- , . 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I1-:11-111-s -i1111'1I1111111, Miss VH111- ': , , 1 11-.11-111-r 11111-1-1--:111 :1111111111111111-1'1-1111 -1-11I1111-111- . . .1-111111111114 1IN11Il'3' . . -Q1-1111 111 11:1111-111-1- . . . 111-1--1111111111 . 1 1111-1111-11 1'111v1-1's111 111 f11l1l'lI111'1 'I 1'I'x'1A 111 N1-111'.1s1i.1. 1'11111111 N1-111':1s11:1 . , -s :11'1- 1-1-1111111: 111111 1-' 11 H1131 1'IIlH'I'sl1X '11 511111111111 s1-11111' . 1.51-1 111-:1-1-1- . . , V1-1-41 . 1 1.1 . , . 11111111111s :11-1- 11111111s :11111 :" ' -. " . . . 111111-1-51-s :11111 1' 1 Q. . , 11.1s .111 :11111 51.1 111-:1'1-1-s ' -11-s s111111s111' . . . 11111 1 111111111 11 1 1111111 11 , . 1111- . . . :1-slsls 111-1' s111111-111s 111 1 1-1" 111111-1111:11 1-x1111111:1111111s. Miss 1 111-11-5 I'111l1-1' , . . 1 1-111111-s 11111111.1111-s :11111 :1-111-1'.11 11111111 . . . 11111-1:1111 s1-11s1- 111 11l1I1l411' . . . :1111-11111-11 N111-1111-1'11 81:111- '1'1-:11-I11-1"s l'11I11-:1- :11 ,X111-1-111-1-11. S. 11.. :11111 1'111x1-1's111' 111' N1-111'.1s1i:1 . . . 1111111111-s :11'1- :11-1 :11111 111111111:1':111I1y . . . 1111s 11.1. 111-:1'1-1- . . , 11-11-111111 111-1-s1111:.1115 . . . 1 SI11111s111's 11-11 1-11111 .11111 1111111111111- :11-1111111-s 1 - 1 ' . . . 11-1-s:11111- :11111 ' -1111-11 pro Rllllu-ry 11-:11-I11-Q 1111-1111111111 II1-1-111-1-1 ll. Xl'H'Illilll , . . 11.11I11s 1111- 111 ' . 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HiIs1111 . . . 11-.11-111-N :11:1-111'.1. :1:1'i1-1111111'1- . . . 111-:111 111111111111 111:11-I1 :11-11 11:1-111-111.111 :11111 11:11-11 111:11-I1 . . , 11:11'l1 1-111-13 111111- :11111 111111- 1-1.-N , I , :1111-11111-11 1'111111-1- 1111111-:1-. 1'11111-1-s11.1 111 N1-111':1s1i:1, 1'111x1-1's115 111 111..-1111.111, N111-111 XX1'N1I'I'1I 1'111x1-1-s11.1' , 11.1- X11 .11111 31.11. 111-u1'1-1-s. Nliss Wilma Wilson . 11-.11111s 1111111- :1-111111-11'y. s111111 :1-111111-try. .11I1.11 1-11 UMD 111':1. 11'1,l11l111IlI1'11'.X . , . 11:11- 111-.1:.1111 1 s1111:111t,v W, , s111111: 1-111111 :11:11 :1111-11111-11, 011.11111 '1A1,1,1-1.11-3' 111' N4'1lI'?IhkII,f lJ1111!1.1 X 1v'1' 1s1-1111s111 , . 11:1-1 ..11. :11111 N1,.X. 111-:1-1-1-s . . , 11111-N 1-1111- 111111' . . 1-111-1-:1-111 11. Ii. s1111s111- , , . 11-1-5 111-1111.1111, K'111r1-111-1- I-'. N'1'i1:I11 . . 11-.1-1111-. 11111-1-11-,111 1111-1-:11111-1-1 1-111111111-11-1111 11111 111111-1111I1s111 :11111 :1111111111 . . . :11-1- 111111111:1'1111111-1- . 71.11F-11111-11 1'111x1-1's115 111' N1-111'.1s11.1 1'11111-1' M11 111 W1s1-1111s111. 1'11111-1--115 111 1'111111-:11111 . , . :111111 s11111'1'. 1111s N11 .11111 11.512 111-,:1'1-1-s . , . 1111111111-s 11111- 111111111. :1':11111y :11111 :1111 . . 1-1-1111211 I1-1-:1s111'1-1' 111 .11-1111111-s .Xss1111.1111111 . s111111s111's ,1111111111 :11111 1111111I111'11. Specials - Secretaries Miss Fern Breternitz has been an eflicient secretary for Mr. Braham since 1924. Miss Breternitz graduated from the North Platte High School in 1922. She 'took an active part in school activities. She is fond of the color orchid. Reading is her hobby. She takes care of the books for the school board. Miss Ruth Koch is Mr. Nelson's pleasant and eiiiciont secretary. Ruth graduated from the North Platte High School with the class of 1935. She is always ready 'to give students any available information and keeps the oiiice in smooth running o1'der. She is partial to the color yellow. ,'.,,,.......- m J ig' 1 .. s L ' .3 as :V I Miss Helen Wright is the friendly school nurse at North Platte High School. This is Miss Wright's first year in North Platte. She received her nurse's training and her R. N. degree at Hastings, Nebraska, and took her Public Health Work at the Uni- versity ot' Michigan. Miss Wright is an amiable person in that she has no pet peeve. O. A. Johnson has been truant officer of the entire North Platte school district for the past sixteen years. Mr. Johnson spends his spare time, when weather permits, working in his garden and raising flowers. Mr. Johnson has an obliging personality and has the unique ambition ol' wanting to be a good American citizen. Student Secretaries Recording and tiling absences and tardies for at- tendance records keep Elaine Peterson, Lila Mae Enzminger, and Jean Eberly, secretaries for Miss Antonides, quite busy every day. Top left. ln the school library Marjorie O'Brien, Dorothy Saunders, Elizabeth Webster, and Lorina Bunting check out books and magazines, and replace books on shelves to assist Miss Disbrow. Second left. Betty Raye Knott, Vera Varichek, and Doris John- son are the student secretaries for Mr. Wright. These girls check papers, record grades, and type copy for the Round-Up. Third left. Answering letters, filing records, and checking in equipment are the duties of Arlene Lannin, Eleanor McCrone, Laurine Hanson, and Jeanne Boyer, who work for Mr. Wilson in the athletic office. Bot- tom right. Recording band demerits, and merits, filing music, and checking purchases keep busy Colleen Mich- ener, Henrietta Stewart, and Betty Kuhns, secre- taries for Mr. Anderson in the hand room. Top right. Doris Scott, Lois Wickwire, Mildred Kock, Erdino McMichael, Faye Jensen, and Ruth Fletcher, stu- dent secretaries in the principal's office answer the phone, send out announcements, and type records., and file materials. Bottom right. Executive Board The Executive Board of the Student Coun- cil consists of the elected officers and the two party leaders of the council. The fol- lowing are the eight members: Lorraine Lammers, Lillias Jensen, Barbara McKown, Dorothy Dixon, John Brandon, Delores Bellamy, Elmo Thompson, and Bob Ford. This group meets with Leslie W. Nelson. Formerly this group did not meet regu- larly but they did meet every two weeks this year. The board members discuss and study student problems before they are presented to the Student Council. All com- mittees were appointed by 'the Executive Board. They have concluded that to point out both sides of an issue one must con- duct research on it. This work was carried on by the committees. .Jfallancfg ' STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT SERVICE ACT. ASSEMBLY ACTIVITIES BOARD Left: Discussing the publication of a student hand- book and student supervised study halls is the Stu- dent Council Executive Board. One of the problems considered by the Student Council was whether or not they should draft a constitution. After some study was made, they decided that because the council changes each year and the con- stitution would not remain the same it would not be necessary to draw up a con- stitution. They brought about student supervised study halls. An investigation concerning the 8 115 system was carried on and it was agreed that it should remain the same. The members contribute what ever time is needed. Left: Displaying exceptional dancing ability, Geor- ginia Toole entertains at the first school dance. Center: Members of the Student Council in deep thought, guide the destinies of the students in 303. Right: Rank Liberalist, Dorothy Dixon, soapboxes the students in a political rally. Student Council The Student Council representing' the en- tire student body, is composed ot' members elected from twenty-two home rooms. Striving to cooperate with the adminis- tration and to provide interesting activities tor the students, the Student Council spon- sored the following activities: matinee school dances on the gymnasium tloor, pep rallies for football, Open House for the parents last fall. and student conducted assemblies. Reports were made to all home rooms after each meeting. The student body elected the Student Council ollicers. Two parties were formed and the candidates for the otlices did not have to belong to the Student Council. The Liberalists won on a straight 'ticket from the Progressive party. The fl'Oll0XVlllf,f were elected: Dorothy Dixon, president, Elmo Thompson, vice-president, Dolores Bellamy, secretary, John Brandon, ser- geant-at-arms, Lillias Jensen, reporter. Twenty-eigrht students were enrolled in Student Council tor the year 1939-40. Home rooms were represented by the fol- lowing: people: Robert Judd, 126, Robert Amen, 304, Phyllis Wilson, 210, Betty Garrison, 118, Lois Relph, 200, La Marie VVeil, 106, Art Birk, 202, Jack Langford. 300, Lorraine Lammers, 124, Anna F. Smithers, 23033, Mary Kumagai, 2306, Al- vina Schomer. 3301, Adalyne Ebright, 2302, Barbara Mcliown, 305, Margaret Ogier, 3306, Ruth Mitchell, 122, Dorthie Beth Fitzpatrick, Lib., Janice Porter. 307, Clarke Blcliain, Art, Fern Purdy, 208, Bette Brown, 206: Iflsther Murrish, 212. Bottom Left: On duty watching the bicycle racks is Jack Snyder. Bottom Right: Ted Clark, Bill Karubus, and Ron- ald Schaffer, Student Service members, are on duty on first floor. t E - S'l'l'l1l-INT t'4'l'Xt'Il.Z Tilt- row llotv l-Wvitl. lltatifloii .Xml-ii. Nlt-limp. Istituto:-tl, .littl-t, 'l'Iioiiip.oo. link t't-titer rowg Wilson. lltxolt. lit-ite lirowii. l'ovtt-I' lilvrielit. Rleliouvi. S-'Itoiiit-V. llelluli. liottont roxy: litiuiztuzti. I-'lift-:ti-tel.. Xlitebt-tl, mutt-tg Slim-t-lt. Wt-ll. Niittlii-rs, lit-llzitiiy, li.tl'I'Istrtl. S'l'Illl'IN'l' SlfIliYlt'li: Top toe II.tllty 5-Imttir, ,l,ioeetlv. lleyiiolils. l'l.ii'lv ll.ll'l'I'l Nl:-yi-is. Nl:-Iylii Nl-yet'-. ll.iliiiimiitl. t'.tiulm'.i Klitttlle I-ou: ll--.txt-i'. tirtlllteh ,l.ttlv li, lL,ilvi-r, Itoxxiimc, l'et--is. Blarzoll. llollaiitt Meyers, l,:iyxieivt-e llottoiii rout .lolismst-ri. Iloi.i. lx.il'ttli.is. holtlsiiiilli, Nloore. Rtznille, l"let4-tier. lliixotl. suits Student Service The duties ol' the members are to pre- vent students from loitering in the halls, to stop all unnecessary noises which eo on in the corridors, and to keep students out of quiet areas during' filth period. ln place of the arm bands worn in pre- vious years the Student Service members adopted blue and gold arm buttons. The members tind the buttons convenient and attractive. Student Service members consider this a worthy organization to belong to. and each member is proud ot' his blue and gold button which shows that he belongs to Student Se1'vice. Une credit is given each year forthe service rendered by every boy. The aim ol' the Student Service is to bring about order in the halls through the coop- eration ot' the entire student body. Twenty-eight members were enrolled in Student Service for the year 10330-10. The group is now sponsored by Linus lleaver, manual arts instructor. Top Left: Checking out activities tickets to the home room representative Don Pitman is Virginia Weise. Top Right: ln 304 Miss Owen is giving the activ- ities tickets to Fatina Poulos, the home room sec- retary. Center: At one of the general meetings held by the Activities Assembly this year, there was a discussion of the budgets presented by the different activities. Activities Assembly The General Activities Assembly is com- posed of the sponsor and chief officers of each student organization presenting a budget to the Activities Board. The Activ- ities Assembly holds two meetings a year unless a special meeting is called. They pass on the annual budget in the spring and each tall they select students who are juniors to serve on the assembly for the following year. The student members representing the different student organizations are the fol- lowing: Ted Clark, football captaing Ron- ald Schaiter, basketball captaing Gage Hammond, track captaing Jack Langford, junior class presidentg George Voseipka. senior class presidentg Dean Kellogg, de- bate presidentg Virginia Tyler, dramatics selctiong Jack Kuhns, captain of the bandg Marilyn Stackhouse, chorus and glee club memberg Lorraine Lammers and Lillias Jensen, representatives oi' the annual and the Round-Up, Dorothy Dixon, president of the Student Councilg Erdine McMichael, representative of the Faculty Courtesy Committeeg Helen Mae Anderson, presi- dent ot Pop Clubg Betty June Garrison, G. A. A. presidentg and Thelma Jung, Ac- tivities Oftice representative. The bookkeeper of the Activities Associa tion spends many hours, often vxorkinge Saturday mornings and after school to post the books. Individual records ot' everv activity are kept. Thelma Jung performs this important and 'responsible 'task The duties ot' the Activities Oiiice secre- taries lll 108 are to count the money turned ln, wrap the money, deposit it and to write the receipts to the chief sponsor of the activity to which the money is cred- ited. Vera Cooper and Kathryn lieth are the secretaries. All activities books which are kept in the office are in charge of Mr. Mayer and Vir- ginia Weise. Each Wednesday during fifth period, activities books are checked out to the home room representative by Virginia. They also sell tickets to those who do not own activities tickets. Virginia receives one credit a year for this work. In each home room there is a secretary who is in charge of the activities tickets. Every VVednesday the home room repre- tative goes to the ofiice and checks out 'the box of activities tickets for his home room. After taking the tickets to the home room. he writes the name of each student on his ticket and issues the ticket to the student. Activities Board The Activities Board formulates plans for the Activities Assembly. The duties of the board are to determine matters of policy relating to the extra-curricular ac- tivities within the school. They discuss the various problems of the association as they arise. They take emergency actions where such actions are necessary and recommend other actions to the General Assembly or to the school administration. The board receives and approves all bills for payment and arranges and recommends the total annual budget to the General Assembly. lt awards letters and honors of school recognition at the recommendation of the coaches or the sponsors. The members of the Activities Board are the following: Leslie W, Nelson, chair- mang Roy W. Mayer, ticket auditor: Clar- ence F. Wright, central treasurerg J. J. Johnston, Miss Florence Antonides, Anna Frances Smithers, Robert Johnston, and Bill Speetzen. The students elected by the Student Council become members of the Activities Assembly for one year. The secretary is Miss Ruth Koch. The meetings of this organization are held once a week. Center: The central treasurer, Clarence F. Wright, is making one of his monthly reports to the Activ- ities Board which heads the Activities Assembly. Bottom Left: Thelma Jung, the hookkeeper of the Activities Association is checking the hooks while Mr. Wright adds up the money. Bottom Right: Leyton Ford, a home room repre- sentative, is turning in his activities tickets money envelope to Vera Cooper. ulll and Scroll Qulll and Scroll the Internatlonal Hon orary Socletx for Hlgh School Journahsts was olgamzed Aprll 10 1026 by a group of hlgh school advlsers for the purpose of encouraglnff and rewardlng 1nd1v1dual ach1ex ement 1n xournahsm The purposes of thls orgamzatlon arc the followmg promotlon of creatlve vxrlt mg promotlng of yournahstlc xx ork IH the school publlcatlon partlclpatlon 1n xour nallsm dCt1X1tl6S outslde ofthe school pro motlon of the best lnterests of school and commumty Th quallflcatlons of the Qulll and Scroll member are as follows he must be 1n the upper thlrd of h1s class scholastlcallx h must haxe done some dlStll1CtlV6 xx 01k 1n some phase of hlgh school xournallsm he must be recommended by the faculty ad vlser and he must be approved worthy of membershlp by the socletys executlxe oficer A banquet xxas held by the Qulll and Scroll members Aprll 2 1940 at the Paw nee Hotel The 1n1t1at1on serxlce was con ducted bx Lorrame Lammers Lllllab Jen sen and Clarence F Wrlght for the SIX candldates Bette Brown Jane Delnes Bet ty Raye Knott Maxlne Marble Margaret Seated at the ulll a d Sc oll banquet table at the Pawnee Hotel for the mltlatxo of the new mem b l ft Ma y Margaret N al a Mar ble Betty Raye Knott Jane Demes Bette Brown Morrls T eg .lame K lc a Right Llllas Jensen Clarence F Wright Lorral e Lammers 00411 QUILL AND SCROLL ROUND UP PAPER CONVENTIONS ANNUAL STAFF Left Llll d L rrame Lammers editors are heck g Annual pictures Neale 1nd Nlouls T1 ego Pms and cer tlticxtes xx ere lxxarded at th1s tlme Lol 1a1ne Lammels vxas elected p1es1dent md Lllll'l.S Jensen xx as elected secletary ol th1s chapter Follovxmg, the ceremony 1ll were se Lted at the banquet table vxhlch xx IN decorated xxlth blue and xx hltc mrepe paper There xxele tlny scrolls vxlth the menu and the 1l11t1dt10I1 SQFVICQ placed xt e uh place The centerp1ece xxas a bouquet of Tallsman 10895 James Knltman 28 adx ert1s1ng,, manaf.,e1 tor the Dallx Telegraph talked on 'Ihe P1 1ct1c tl Ph lses ot Rcportmg Othe1 alumm membe1s plesent vxere C race blllllll 08 and Pa chxl Stone 32 0 a R 1 : ' ias Jensen an o , o- ' , c ln . 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Delegates t'rm the first semester "Round- Up" statl' attended the State Convention in liincoln and the National Convention in Vhicago. Un the first stall' were Lillias Jensen, eidtor: Lorraine Iiammers. news editor: lileanor Mason, copy editor: Jim Waugh, sports editor: Morris Trego, photographer: Maxine Marble. circulation manager: Ber- ilice tlodden. bookkeeper: and Betty Knott, business manager. With the change ot' statl', Lorraine Lam- mers became editor: Eleanor Mason, news editor: and lflette Hrown. copy editor. Other positions were not changed. The third stafl' consisted ot: liette Brown. editor: Mary Margaret Neale, news editor: Jane Ileines, copy editor: Don Ful- ton, sports editor: Morris Trego, pho- tographer: Maxine Marble, circulation manager: llernice Godden, bookkeeper: and lletty Knott, business manager. This was the fourth staff: Jane Deines, editoi': Mary Margaret Neale, news editor and copy editor. Again other positions remained the same. Top right: Nlary Margaret Neale, editor of "The Round-Up", checks stories nn galley proof sheets Thursday at "The Tribune." t Round-Up, Sem. II "The liound-Up" statl' tor the second semester studied American newspapers. Each member brought to class twelye copies ot' a cosmopolitan newspaper I'or study purposes. Eight issues ot' "The Hound-l'p" were published by the second semester statl'. The editors were Jane lleines, Mary Mar- garet Neale, and Artis t'hapman. The paper continued much the same as the first semester with slight variations in make-up such as the use ot' human interest stories in boxes to replace long feature stories. There were three changes ot' stall' with Jane llines, editor: Mary M. Neale. news editor: Don Fulton, sports editor: Morris Trego, photographer: lletty Knott, circu- lation manager: llernice tlodden, book- keeper: Maxine Marble, lietty Knott, and Celia l'athetios. advertising managers: and Maxine Marble, business manager. The second stall' changed as l'ollows: Mary M. Neale, editor: lletty Dahlgren, news ed- itor: Ve1'a Varichak, copy editor. The thi1'd stall' changed slightly: Artis t'hap- man, editor: l.avonne Kronouest. copy editor. Ion left. lop ron: l'.llln-tins, l'lllIon, ll nigh. llc' lm-nu Ninn: Treazo. Nzlnller ilillllle ron: Nlnson. Neale. l.:unnn-rs, Uhitlaxlyer. Ih-inn-N, Klar- lule. Ilnrnn liottoln ron: Jensen, Thoninson, knoll. lhonn. llinnei Iiliulue-. Sellrieker. lioltnln ls-l'I. lop ron: llonn-nu-ll. Xznieln-ly 'l'rn-eo, kaunlm. Ifnlton. Nnnl,ne. Kulnuuzni. Xlausloris, in-Losli Nliclllle ron: llznrlrle, Nu-:uh-. 4-urlnnd. Nnmler, l'.utIuclins, thun- lnam. Wlilh-r, l-rlsnle, Fclmltel' Ilnltoln ron: limiter. lxrnnln-si, lllllluren, Ileine-. 1-oildeli. knoll. fllllls, Xllllllnon. ..,. ., Staff Duties Assigning news in class on Monday is the first step in putting out the paper. The news editor assigns two or three stories to each reporter giving him the source, story length, and the deadline. The reporter then obtains all informa- tion concerning the story, writes it in the order of importance, and works out his lead paragraph. After the reporter has types the tirst draft, the story is corrected by the copyreader, then given to the typist wh retypes the story for the printer. Top right: Morris Trego, the assignment editor on the school paper, is assigning a news story in 108 on Monday to Leona Miller, one of the staff re- porters. Bottom right: Betty Knott, Celia Pathetios, Artis Chapman, and Betty Raye Knott, all reporters on "The Round-Up," working fast in 108 to meet the deadline. ,4 -iasq' I Staff Duties The completely corrected and retyped story goes to the printer where the story is set up on the linotype. Next, 'the proof reader checks the story for typographical errors and the editor writes a head for it. The first copy printed is then checked by the adviser, C. F. NVright. The correc- tions are made by linotype operators and the paper is put to bed. At 35:07 every Friday when the school paper is printed, the staff issues copies to holders of actiy-1 ities tickets from room 106, 108, 110, ticket office and 114. Top left: Jane Deines and Mary Margaret Neale, both editors of "The Round-Up", working with C. F. Wright are writing headlines and preparing the printer's dummy. Bottom left: Floyd Applegate and Dorthie Beth Fitz atrick havin received their "RoundU 5" P 1 g ' P are probably looking in "SaddlelJags" as they leave school on Friday. amy-.xo X ,mn B his "H-as State Convention Representing "The Round-Up" at the Ne- braska lligh School Press Association held at Lincoln, Nebraska, October 20 and 21 were llette llrown, Lillias Jensen, Betty Knott, .lane Deines, Mary Margaret Neale, Maxine Marble, Lorraine Lammers, Joan llridge, Morris Trego, .lim Wzlugh, and C. l". YVright, sponsor ot' the group. The two outstanding attractions were the talk given by Paul Engle, poet and lecturer at the University ol' Iowa, and the Nebraka-lflaylor football game. The delegates also attended many con- ferences to gather new ideas for newspa- per and annual. Top right: ln front of the Student Union building in Lincoln are the delegates for the convention: Betty Raye Knott, Lorraine Lammers, Bette Brown, Jim Waugh, Lillias Jensen, Mr. Wright, and Maxine Marble. Bottom right: Looking at the 1939 All-American "Round-Up" are the Chicago convention delegates: Lillias Jensen, Lorraine Lammers, and Morris Tre- gog all on the annual staff for 1940. National Convention To learn the many line points necessary for the editing ot' an All-American annual, Lorraine Lammers, Lillias Jensen, .lim Waugh, and Morris Trego, accompanied by their sponsor C. F. XVright. attended the National Scholastic Press t'onvention held in Chicago, Illinois, November 9, 10. and 11. The editors gathered many ideas tor the annual by viewing a collection ol' the 19351 All-American annuals, and attending lec- tures. and discussion groups given at the Stevens Hotel. The delegates also enjoyed the banquet and dance sponsored by the National Scholastic Press Association. Top left: Lillias Jensen, Mrs. Clarence F. Wright, Clarence F. Wright, Betty Raye Knott, Jim Waugh, Maxine Marble, Bette Brown, Mary Margaret Neale, and Jane Deines, seated at the banquet table in the Student Union building. Bottom left: Seated at the extreme right at the spealcer's table is Gayle Walker, director of jour- nalism, at the University of Nebraska, while at his right is W. H. Hice, president of the Nebraska High School Journalism Association. ...st X to .QV ' I Tuul: row: iiiln:0l'1', llllvlun, Nnlllr, N1-Isnn, lilrriglll, Kosiniclai, Su-cnlul ron: Nelson. l':lmpIu-II. hum, flillhnll. llosluick. Dunk-. Nl'll0llI1'I'. Annual Staff The editorial staff of the Annual plans the book, writes the copy, and arranges for pictures. At the beginning of the sec- ond semester students fill out an applica- tion which must be appoved and accepted by the adviser. After the staff has been chosen, the selections of the heads of departments are made by the adviser and two editors who were Lillias Jensen and Lorraine Lammers. Rette Brown Worked on the Administra- tion and Faculty sectionsg Betty Raye Knott headed the Hall and Council and Publication Room sectionsg Doloras Jean Self directed the Class sectiong Barbara LaVelle had the Here and There sectiong Mary Kumagai administered Over Foot- lights and ln the Club Roomg Artis Chap- man wrote Field and Gym. Wanda Cal- houn read and typed all copy. These peo- ple assisted: Mary Garland, Joan Castle, Ann Crosby, and Bill Strauss. The copy and engraving of the pictures had to be completed by the end of the second six weeks of the second semester in order to give the printers copy to use. The date set in advance for delivery was May 27. Third run: lfillln-gina. lirnwn, in-II, S4-Iml'I'n-l', Lille-llv. Nlzlrlalc. Lzllllllli-ls Iloltolll run: Vallmllli. Jn-nscn, Knoll 'I'rn-go, I'mllos. Klllnagzli. Business Staff The business staff of the Annual was headed by Maxine Marble who was in charge of the annual subscriptions and assisted by Vera Cooper who took care of the senior pledges, Home room secretaries assisted by hav- ing pledge cards signed and collecting money which was checked in to the busi- ness managers in room 108. The annual home room secretaries are chosen by the home room teacher. These secretaries met regularly in 106 the first semester while the campaign for subscriptions was on. The entire staff held meetings to push the drive for the sale of yearbooks. The sale for this year of Annuals exceeded that of last year by 50 books, reaching a 'total of 450. At each meeting, Maxine Marble and Vera Cooper made reports on the sale, stating the number of fully paid and partly paid subscriptions. Receipts were made out and given to the students who had paid money on their annual subscriptions or on their senior ticket pledges by these man- agers. Under supervision of the business man- ager the entire staff will give out annuals in the cafeteria. Staff Work The annual stafl' held regular meetings every Thursday after school the first se- mester they met during first period every day and received one credit for classvvork. Meetings after school and at seven o'clock were in session the second semester in 108 in order the push the progress on depart- mental work. To raise extra funds, the stafl' sponsored an afternoon school dance using the 'theme Sadie Hawkins Day. The girls asked the boys and paid the admission. The nickel- Top left: Part of the annual staff is working on the last section of the Annual, At Play, in 108: Mary Kumagai, Barbara LaVelle, Ronald Schaffer, and Lorraine Lammers. Bottom left: The two girls in charge of the busi- ness department are Vera Cooper and Maxine Marble. They are receiving money from Mary Gormly, Louise Sander, and Betty Campbell, home room representatives. odeon was furnished by Maxine Marble, a member of the annual stall. The S15 taken in was profit. Old annual pictures were also auctioned to the students who attended the dance. At the meetings held in the evenings. the annual statll had a good time. One eve- ning' llette Brown brought her radio and they listened to "The Pot of' Gold" pro- gram, "Fibber McGee and Molly", and "Bob Hope" while they worked. Every page ot' the Annual was worked out in detail here. All the pictures for the yearbook were mounted at the evening' meetings. Top right: The annual photographers, Morris Trego and Leonard Finnegan, are taking a picture of Lil- lias Jensen, co-editor, and Mary Garland, assistant editor. Bottom right: The first half of the Annual was divided into four sections. The work was given to the three eclitorsg Bette Brown, Doloras Jean Self, and Betty Raye Knott, who are here writing copy while Wanda Calhoun retypes copy. L-...I Senior Class The senior class organized in September electing the following oflicers: George Voseipka, president, Dorothy Dixon, vice- presidentg Beverly Golden, secretaryg and Jack Kuhns, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Nelson appointed the following sponsors: Roy W. Mayer, chairman, J. J. Johnston, H. H. Newman, C. F. W'right, Miss Florence Antonides, Miss Cleo Pack- er, and Miss Shirley Potter. At the first class meeting Dr. C. K. Morris of the Uni- xeisity of Nebraska discussed voc ztions and piepu ttion for college with the seniors fn 7!ze G SENIORS .T UNIORS SOPHOMCRES FRESHMEN Top left: Fitzpatrick, Miller, Shuler, normal train- ers, are cleaning a chicken in agriculture class. Just before Christmas the seniors en- tertained the juniors at a prom held in the crystal ballroom of the Pawnee Hotel. The ballroom was decorated with a large Christmas tree, sprays of evergreen, and tinsel festooned from the ceiling. Between dance numbers the hosts provided a floor show in which Mariel Brinkema gave a reading, the girls sextette sang, and Jack Kuhns presented a comedy skit. "Starting out today to conquer the world tomorrow," was the senior motto which was adopted in April. Rosebuds were selected as the class flowery rose and blue were the colors chosen. Bottom left: Senior officers George Voseipka, Bev- erly Golden, Dorothy Dixon, and Jack Kulins. In Memoriam The senior class mourned deeply one of its best-liked members, Harold Sawyer, whose sudden death Wednesday, January third left a void in the class roll. Har- old was enrolled in the bookkeeping and accounting course. He was on the midget football team, a member of junior band, be- longed t o B o y Scouts, Sea Scouts, and worked on the "Round-Up." .xlN'LlLZ. l'Il:lrIl-s . . l'll.ll-ll-J Imllhy ix lll Il:lx'l- :l :mul llllll' . . . Ill- If Illl- mlm- Illly lll Illn- 5:-llllll' 4-I:l-N wltIl :lll zlllllllllllll lll Ill- Il llllIIl1lll:lll'l- , , . Ill- tmlli 1l:ll'1 lll Ilzlllll I-'I :S-I, Ilzlllll lll:lll:l:4-l' 'I li. .Uh-ll, l':llIll'Ill' . , , lllll- lll tIlm- IIl4ll'l' lll-rlul-l-Y flu- Illlyf. I'lll:'l-lll- IlIql-Q :lll-pI:llll-Q :lllnl Ily- III2' . . . Ill- ullllla lll lll- il LIl'iI1IIlIlI1' I'l'lllll 1-lllll-uv allllll-lI.ly . . lll- Il:lN Izllu-ll illl :ll-- Ill'l- p:ll'l Ill Ilzlllll l-'J iIfI. .xIlll'Il, Rllln-rl , . . 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III III-I' IIIIII-I II,II I.III- III I.II'III- III .IIIS Ifllling-IIII, XVI--II-3 . , , IIIIIIIIIII: IIIIIIIIII :III' III:IIII-- I- WI--III.I - l:IxIII'III- IIIIIIIIII . . . I-:IIII-II .I.II'Ii III III- II'II-IIII-. IIIIIII- III III- :I. :IIII'IIII.IIIIII':II I-II4IIII-I-I' , III.I5I-II IIII' III.IIIIII: lIilI'I III .I IIIII III ".I.IIII .IIIII IIII- III-.III-I:IIII. ICIII-IIII. IiI'I'IIIIIiIII' . . IIIIIIIIII-- :III- I'IIIII-I' sI4.IIIII: IIIIII -IIIII'I- I- IIII- IIIIII -I-I--I' III NIIIIIIIII. . . -III- xI:I- IIII- IEIIII IIIINIIIl:Iy NIIIII-IIII-.II'I ,. IIIIIII- III ,II III I-IIIII-III . .. III-IIIII:I'II III IZ:IIIII I. li ,X .X I. Ii Ii. I. I-XIII-IIII. NIIIIIIII- ...' 'IIIIIIII5" I- IIIII- III IIII- IIIIIIIIIIII' IIIIII- IIIIII I-.IIIII- III II- II'IIIII WI-sl I'IIIIIl. NI-III-:I-IIII . . IIIIIIIII' I- -l1.IIIII4 . . :IIIIIIIIIIIII- III III- .I IIIII-I- , ::IxI- III-I' . IIIIII- III lI:IIIII I. II. .L X. I, li II I 'A ltlllllll, nt'l'll2lI'll . . , lllilw lllllllllll, Iwlunu nnll hXXllIlllllIIL1' :ls lmlrlm-N . . . fun-v In- hal- nnt Kl1'll'l'lllllll'11 lun :nnlnluxn lu- Inuulnngly fzlys Iluul ln- mints ln lvl- :A 1n'nlz-sam' nl :ull Ivmlr--4 . . . ln- wan-1 au. nnrl Linn- slunle-nl. I'll4-ll, llmwrlllp lmv . . . llnrutllyh lmlwlvy 14 nlunl-ln: . . . llllfhllll IS lln- ln'nl1-Mlm: slu- has In-1' 1-xv nn , . , flu- wus :nn zu-Ilxs nn-:nhl-1' In l'1-p Club 'I-Zi-L G. R. 1-'I-ZS-I Alln-sl Yuulll 'L rlll4ll'Ill ww-l'l-t:lry TI-I. I-'itzpantric-k, llurthie- lla-lh . . . llznnviuu' in lu-V llulnlvy . , , wlu- uuuls lu in-nr-ll wlmul .. . wus lll 1... li. 1, ll. A. A. 'I. l'l-1: Llulr Ji--1. Allxr-ll Chorus -I. film- Clulv 1. linizshi- lumll ul' Ynlllll Ji. Wnwl lim- 4. l"Ill1'h1'l'1. llornllly . . . Ilurulluk lmlnlm-Q 1111- mlzun-Inu' :unl llnrnl-Inu-la rullnar , . . sh: wzlnls lu ln- :1 tc-:nw-lu-1' . . . for lu-1' :muh nntsulf- :nl-llvltu-s sln- was il IN4'llllll'IA nl Iilllilllllllblbll nl' Ynutll Ji. nnll VVnml li:-w I l-'oruI. I.4-Mon . , . ll:-yllnll ,Inn-v nnnns-ntx zm- xp'-nl un Hyun: . . . lu- iemnn-nl mn' lxuyf mlm lun Ill'lll1lllj' I4-:u'n1-ll In fly :ln 2IlI'IIlIlIll' . . . Imp:-s lu lunl :l In-zulllllll Iululull- . . , prullllllz-111, in lil-llzilv ii-I. I"l'au1-l. lil-0l'3.:l' , . . hm-nl':4v lmwlfl :IIIY l!il!'ll4'lllIll' lmlulny lmul 4-ujnyp I4-:ul'n1u:: :llmul 1llI'lll1lIlt'S . . . he- If zunlvitlnun tu lu-l-ln1u- :ln nvlzatm' . . . rllvllkls Ins spznw- llnu- in sl-lnml slunlyillg sn lu- mlul not Jnln :muy :u-livll is-s. I-'rn-mlrif-1-y, Wlzuino . . . rc-:nlung is In-r hubby . , . hllll lll'I' Ilillll'Ill unussununu' In-:wiv nllly flu- should r-x--l-i zu-11 ln-Im-lwlnnn- :nfl-:un lm' . . . 4-lrlpluywl :af :l p:u'I tum- stunln-nt :II u lm-:ll lmnlu'x'y . . . flu- uus :ul :u-tlvv nn-nllul-r nn ti. A. A. 1, l"l'M-. l'vI'illH'is . . . linnmn :us "l"I'ilZ" . . . Ins lmhlm-s znw- llllllvllli :null plnynnr punl ln- wuuls to ln- :1 l'lll'I'lll1'1ll l-ngnn-1-x' . . . In- wxm :ln Jl1'IlXI' nu-nllu-I' ul liznnl l-'I-Jifl, lll-Y 1-'I-Zi I, lmrllmll 1-'I. I-ullon. Ilun . , . zllxuqx llns :ln ull:-wx-I' lu znnyllnn: you my . . . Imlmluy is llznn-un: . . . llupm-N lu lu- :l nu-:ll 4'lltll'l' . . . luzulu- Ilnnus luv:-ly 111 tlu- fnnlluzlll :nut lrzuslu-ll-:Ill :nun-w hy Ins In-ln: l'lll'I'l' ll-:1 1-1- . I r X rx O Harris I, - l' u 1- n' 'IIILI :lu rin . lllli a :ul-I I - 1 ul :x 1 1-I :ln nl' nu 1-num - lv 4 I' .. . :nl .1 Yr- m nm-1 15,1 KA ' fl. ti. A. . -.'i nt 12 K 1-"' , IN-p Clulm -I J uu- . Cl um-II , fiilllllf, 3l:n'juri1- . . . llIlt'I'l'rl In-5 in nn luzluy lu-Islx lhzlt slu- l!2l5II'I amy 51:u'll4-lllzu' llulslmy . , . plane In lvl' :Ill zlil' llufh-rs , . . flu- Inns lm-u nn 43. li. Ji-4. Junun- lllrlk iilm- Clulx I, liillnurv, Wayne- . . . an-Ia :1 ur:-all ll:-all nl 1-ujnynu-nl out nl Im- ,lllxl luzlllnu' xllwrllllll lil-tty, Norris Lu- . . . lllilw In lxlzly Ihl- mln- ul' "Rohm llnlnlu xxllh has lunxx zuul :num . . . "Inu-In-V lm-1-hzluia-" IS ilu- Iilln- ln- ln-114-5 In lnmlll . . . num- nl' mu' lllllllSll'l- nlls p:u'I tuna- Mull:-nts. linlmh-n, lla-u-rly . . . lmhlm-F znw- ll:un-:nu :lull fllulyiux' . . . xxnnls In Iva-1-mnv :1 s4-4-1'1-- I:n'y . . . ln ti. A. A. 1-'J-Ii-L H. li. l-'I-Ji. IH-p l'Iulv 'I-If-8. sz-l111n'r-l:lss plny I, 5:-nun' vlnfs 'il'1'l'l'Iill'X 4. HIM- Clllll 1-'I-ii-I. BIIXIWI Clumrlls l-'I-Il--I. 1' ' , 3 ill I . . -ul 4' ' luhlllvs IN I' "s hnhluy . . x n in lu - - an tl- 4-r '1 -. 1' u 'y . . , lm-:nhl-v nr -.rm'f9Ig6'l'- Ki Rl, -' 's mn- mlm -4.4 mm Mlm-ll Chorus JS-I, Iiln'. ' usslhlnnt l-'.. 1il'il'l'iIh. H':lllvr . . . NV:lIlm-V luis only In-4-ll ln-rv llurlnu' has an-lnmn' yn-:ur but lms nunlx- runny I'I'll'll1lS . . . lu- 4'Ullll's frrnu Nu-lnuls. Nl-In-:asian . , , lu- I5 :l qui:-t buy wlm hams lln- :anulntumn nl lu-Ing: 11. lill'llll'I', lirulkn-, I-'rl-ul . . . l-'nw--l :nw-5 nut lm' hzlsl-hzull :null fwnunnn: . . . lu- xxuutf In lu- :l ln: lIllNllI1'r4 nnun lu :any lauul uf husinu-ss . , . ln- wnrlu-ll :ns :nn 4-:n'nm-st nn-nllu-1' In Slu- mlm-nl 5l'l'Vl1'l' 4. 1illlll0Il, ll:-I1-ll . . . H1-ls-n has lun-lp. llurli . . . lyulilnuly sus lu- xxnuls lu lu-4-ullxv :l luwwn hull' . . . slim- ln'1-lm-ra in V1-xul. nlunm-. Ilxullvf-lun: l':u-lu-lm-1-I' . , . wurlwml lu Illwlu-+ lnlu- :lull rolls-I' slum- . . . wuutn In In-4-rnllv tm, l, llmtlmll 1-'I-ZZ-l. trzu-li 1-'Z-CS-I, flu- .n illx'::'u4:al nulw- . . . -hw Inns lYl'l'll in l'l'll lil-nt sm-1-xlw 4. ' ul- l. H. R. .unsl ti. A, A. .gl-1 i Fw J A lXx19lkl xAJ.ll..n ,X T? llilllllllilllll. 3lall'jlll'il- . . . lu-l' IlUIlIlj' is ll:llu-ill: . . . lllllmxlll: :llullu llu- Illlt' ul lu-l' lulhlly shl- xulllls In he- :l lIilll4'l'I' . . . Ilils lu-l-ll lll Jllllull' fill-l's lillw- Flllll 'Z-Sl-I. , ti. A. A. 1-',-25-I. llIll':ll'y slzlll I. Alllr-xl Ylllllll 'J. llulnlnolul. tialul- . . . ".llu-" slwluls his slullw- Illlll' llulllu' :l Illtll- hit ul' l-vi-rplllillu' . . . xl.lllls lu lu- :l l-lull-ll . . . Ill'ItlllLll'lI lll llu-llmll I-'Z-Slrl, lmskl-tllzlll l-'I-Il-I. II'lll'Ii 1-'I-Z4-l. Mlm- flllll 1. rllltlvlll s4-rvlw- Ji--I. Ill-Y 'I-14. llzlllsl-ll. .lrllilll . . . Iu-l' lulllllll-s :ll'l- mull- luu-ll lu slizlllllu. lull-sl-hlu-ll l'I1Illl2. Jllltl ll:llu-ills' - . . lu lu- Il'II'Il1'Ill'I' is lu-r Illlllll- tulll . . . zzlu- XXIIIIIIEIX lu-l- llllu- lu G. li. l'f I. G. A, .X. I. Klliulllllluul ill Yulllll Ji. XVluul lim- I. llllI'1Ij'. liill . . . lu-lil: qlllll- al ell-llzm-l'. Iiill xlzlllls In lu- :lll l-xc-l-Ill-lll :llllll'lu-3' I'1ll' tlu- l'IllII'1l2llI . . . lu- '.xul'lu-ll 1-:lrlll-st.ly :ls il llu-lllhl-l' ul lnullhslil I. Iilly's llullllll- Qllill' lm-llv I. Ifllll1I 1-'2. Ill-lllllv I, Ill-Y 1-TI-55. lhlll-h, l"l'1lllIi . , , IllllSll'. lllllllillu. 2llllI lish- lllu' lll:llil- llll l"l':lllli's Illlllhll-s . . . Ill' XK'1lllIH In ln- l-lllllluyl-nl :ls ll Ivlllllll l':u-il'il- I-Il-l'Il or zl. lllwlll-ssl4lll:ll lgllisl . . . Ivlil' his lllllsllll' :ll-livlty lu- was al, llll'lllIll'l' ul' Ulu-lu-sll"l l " 'l I Ill-llign-l'. 'I'hul':l Lvl- . . . shl- l-lljllys SDUIIII' ills' IIIII4' swllllllllllt. u-l- SIUIIIIIH. :llul l-l-:ul- ln: . . . slu- xxnllls In ln-1-lllllv :l lllll'Hl' . . . slu- h:ls slulwll lu-l' 1-llllzllllllly ill CIllIl'lIS 22-I, lilvl- Clllll 25 I, li. li. I-'l, Ilill, lillldps . . . s hi-l' ul' lull- 1-l:lss l' sl-llllll' yi-:ll's , . . siu- 1'll lu lu-ulllw lll lorr- lllllu-s lu lulluxl tl llll'Ill- llilfilll. l.lll"e-l'll . , . wlu-ll sill-ill: lllllll-s l,:l.l"l-l'll's Izllu-5' Illl'llN lu llshlll: . , . Il NK'JlI'lll lllly ulll lllul I.:ll-'I-l'll slzlrlillr lllll xlllll l'lul. I1-4-I. luullis. llu-s, :llul xxurllls . . . shi- wzlllls lil lu- :l tIl'NISll1'l' ul' Illllllvs. lllbNI'lH'II. vt'l'I2l . . . "Il:lh,-'.," Iulllllil-s zlrl- Illllsll' IIlllI ll:llu-ill: . . . slu- XKIIIIIS In ll-lu-ll lllllill' ill JI IIIIIPII4' sl-luull . . . uns lll ll. R, l-'I-Il-l. Ul'4'IlI'sII'Jl 'I-Il--I. till-v Clllll lf!-ll-I. CIllII'll4 l-'J-JS-4. BI.llIl'lL'IlI IIVOIIII 3--I. Tl-io 4, lllllll, l"rlxll4-is . . . "I-':ll" lllu-s to wlill-l-I Il'll IIIIKI IlIIl'4'll I'l'IlI ,ll-ul-Il-y lrlllll :lrls . . . LZ'l'IIllliI I-xl-llsml ll'lllll llltll lu-rilul ls IIIS l':l.x'ul'ill- llilsllllll' . . . hi- hi-llllluvll lu luis- lu-Ihllll 1-'I-Zi-4. lkultllzlll 1-'I-SLI. Il'Ill'Ii l-'I- Il. Ill-Y 'Z-Il, lllllllillgloll. xIl'IYIll . . . Ml-Ix'lll's llulill ill- I,l'l'4'sI. is NVlDl'IilllLl' lll lxlulllxx'lll'ls nl' 1IIIlIl'lll5l . . . lu- is :llllllilullls ln hi- :l l'2llIl'UiltI lu1s1:ll lllIllI 4-Ir-rli . . . lu- WIIIIIISIX EZIYI' Illll4'Il ell llls Illlll' lu Ilillltl l-'I-ii-4, lll-Y 1-'I. IIIIXIIII, Klllu-rt . . . XYIll'l'l' IIl4'I'l"s wrlrli lu lu- llulu-. Hull lull:-lu-s l'l::'llt ill . . , his hull- hy is lvlmtllulxllllly . . . lu- XYZIIIIS ln UXXII :l Sllllllll ill his mul . . . au-Ilxllu-s 4-ml' slsll-ll ul' rlllllvlll r-t'l'Yll'l' -I. 31 'J -0- W llsh lulllllus Illllllllli llul Jan-ksllll. ll0l'1'Il . . . lm: . , . xs:lllls ln lu- :l l:ll'lll+l ul' :l 1'JlIl4Illl . . . vu-4--lll-1-sul.-lll ul lf. I", A. :llul .l. llll-llllu-r ul llu- llvl-sllu-la llul:lll-- ll-:llll XXIll4'Il llllu-l-ll lllll'll lll llu- lm-:lllullll l ll 1'llIIlll'l' jlli Iplllll I-llllll-sl. ltl- lulhiuy . -Ilnn-1-vk, Milo . . . sll. ' 1 s , 's lllll l Nllln l.lx'ul' , . IlIiIllL1' lu tl':lu-l. lu xulllls s xx ln 4 l lu lu IIIIY lvl Ilwllw-llll-f s'lI1sllllIl lu lu lsllu-sp llh ll-:lslll'- :llll - :l 1 . . . - lrlll- ll I4 :l sllulc-ill sl-lwu-v llu-lllln-l' Ji-I. Sllull-lll vllllll' I-ll ii. ,Il-llsvll, l.ilIl:ls , . . "l,lIl's" lulllllp l llI:l5 llllr llu- lllllllu . . , w:lllls In ln- l-llllul' ul :l 4-usllllllullll.lll lu-wsllzllu-l' . . . mls mllrullv-ll ll. lll h. R. I-'I il. lilvl- Flllll Il l. Vlulrll s Iirllllllllll sl:lll ll. .Xllllllsll sl.lll' I. Slll ll--lll llulllvll l. wlu-ll slu- IS l'4'IllIlllL . . slu- sill-l nl Illllt' sIll lll:llls lu lu .lulnlsoll, Ilorris . . . lllll'l'ls l-llllus lu-l-sl-ll ul- .l lull lI5lllll JIIIII llllllllil llu-llllw .,.,1...,. llllll l llllx lll lllul-'l':llllu-l' xl:ls Illl iI1'IlYl' llu-llllu-r nl li. .X A. JUIIIIHIOII, k0IDl'l'I . . . lhlll ill-l-l'l-rs Ilvlll-" luxllllr. :llul Itl'lIIIl"' xvlllls In lu- l'l 'l 'SI lIl'llIl ill llu IllIll'4I Null-s . . . In-lllll-'ill lu llzllul I-'I-Il-l.Ol-1-lu-sll':l 'f fl I. 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'Rllsuj one ol our jltll-r folio ,Inlay ls,to .-y' ' out . . . lu- W.: il- I -ln-' o 1 ilu- popular I wr erzllllrjfr. ok .Ill zu-ilxv part 1 -liorus. Walton. l.nm-lla . . . l.o11v-lla lilo-s lo sung. . . . nanls to I1-.li-li sm-Ilool In llaxxall or .llaskax . , . shi- was an :u-live nu-mln-r in Ullorus l-'I-ill. tllw- t'l1llw I-'I-Il-I. Sox- ll-Ite Ii-I. Blamlrlezil Group -I. Il. A. A. 1-I. G. li. I-'I-Il. YYeiI, La Nlnrin- . . . 1-:llli-ml "l.olly" Ivy In-I' lin-mls , . . In-r liolmlxy is Ilalu-Ilia . . . wants to lu-I-onlc :1 lzunous Ili:-all-I' mau- :u:1-r . . . slim- un- :i ilu-mln-I' ln Stllxlvnt Collin-ll I, l'4-p Clllll I. :u--tivlty sl-I-iw !'ll'x "'i W1-Icll, WaIl:n-1- . . , llullt hall' Jlllll tru-lil:-s pro--lzllnis "W:llly' . . , lu- 1-njoysilzulvlllu and sliows . , . xmnts to ln- :u inzmaazi-r ol :I llu-:tier . . , In-loner-nl to ninlux-t lootlmil 'f. 1-In-4-V In-.ull-r I, l'4-pCl1lln I. Senior Class it-Q E F U . gs.. 'l liIl1' . . . l'.u1lim-4-ollm-1-is pic- Wilson, llllimln-Ili , , . lilwalu-Ill spi-ml. Illl'f'4 UI il lllfll' I'lI 'll 4'l4'l'5'Illllll . - - fllf' almost all ol In-r sparc Ilnn- 1ll'ilXllll2. in 1- :nmllltlolls to lu- :I good si-I-ri-l:ll'A - - - Hlllvll slim- lslllIlIl'1llll'llI . . . sln- xxallls to sln- wasxlll114-ilu-xxol'liln: nu-mln-r ul Ii. li. ln- 11 Ili-sngln-r ol uolm-n'- I-loiln-s . . , -ln- I. ll, A. A. 'J, lll'i-ll:-stra I-'I-Iifl. sm-I-iw was :I nn-mln-r ol Ii, ll. I tary I. Wln-Inn, DIIFIIIIIQ . . . Ilorotliy like-s Io go Wright. lie-nl'uv . , . Ilworgi- has all I-yo on to sllows . . . slim- xxqmts lo tcm-ll school nlomli-ls . . . xxallts to ln- :ln .u-ronzultl--.ll . . . shi- has :n nn-Iodious lou vow- , . . I-nzllu-or . . uns un Ilanrl l'I-Il I. Ill Y slum- was :ln :inllvlllous Inn-mlm:-r ol Iiniulllf l'I-Il-I, sv-mol' class play I. Iooilmll slu- luoonl ol Yllllill ZS. Wood lim- I. si-I-rn-Izlry I. Ill-nl m:m:l:4-r I. llwlmli- I. l-In-I-mlvln-s 'I JS I. Iootlmll 'f, Winilluorsl. Myrna .... 1 sm-I-I disposition Young. llolorq-s . . , 1-njoys goin: tlzmu-ln: lullns thi- :ulullIA IU lllf Illlllls 4'UI'l'1'1'llA :und Ilkn-s any Iuml ol sport . . , plans lo llliIlU'S NIIVIIII "Fl""'lJlll5 I'llI4'lI Iilll' Illl' MW' t:llu- In-n'e'ss.lry Irzlllllllu Io In-I-olllv :I lenurll- lu-lary jolu slim- Imp.-s to lzolil atti-r sln- ,.,- , I I 1,,i1.,,,gp.l I., 45, A, A Sl l, l"l+-III ulwulllem-H. . . Blylwl Is ll'l'B"llll1'l :mil shy. cum -:, lilllglllllooil or Yonxll :s, xx'-,ml lim- I. Ivilhlill, liolN'l'I . , . "I'olly's" llolnlmy ls xvom Zinlml-rlnaln, lh'l'llirrl- . lh-l'lxu-I-v says 'I' - - - llillllr Ie 'll-IVVB :1 l'Il'lI :Url :Ill-I ller llolulvy ls I-olli-1-lin: nllllv-ri-nt liunl- ol sl-Illw mloxxn . , . ln-long:-Il to loollmll l'I- salt-ty tual:-ll:-s . . , slu- wants In ll.-I-oniv Il-I. llaslu-tlvrull I-'I-ZS. stud:-nl nlxmzuui-r I. gl. good Imooklu-I-pi-r , . . Iii-l'll14-4-v ls :I nun-I llalul Iffl-I, Cluorlls l-'I-ll-I. lll Y l'f. gurl :mil p:nl'll1'lp:lI1-nl In lv-xx xl-'llxllu-s. As this book goes to press, the senior class still has many things to look forward The 1940 senior class of 193 members will be the largest class to graduate from North Platte High School. This year's class, as usual, has participated in all the major activities of the school. Prominent members of the class are as follows: Doro- thy Dixon, president, Elmo Thompson, vice-presidentg and Lillias Jensen, reporter of the Student Council. Jack Kuhns, band captain and Hi-Y preidentg Paul Davidson, vice-president and Francis Frye, secretary- treasurer of Hi-Y. Betty June Garrison, G. A. A. president and Dean Kellogg, president of the Forsenic League, Anna Frances Smithers, G. R. president, and Helen Mae Anderson, president of Pep Club. to such as the following: The National Honor Society initation on Thursday, May 233 the senior class play, "The Night ol' January Sixteenth," which will be pre- sented on Thursday and Friday, lllay 23 and 245 the junior-senior prom, one oi' the year's most outstanding events, to be given Friday, May 17. Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday, May 26 and the linal event, commencement, occurs Monday, May 27. The following girls started their senior year with this class but did not tinish 'thc school year: Dorothy Loebsack, June Cot- tingham, Jean Burke, Myra Lombard Naomi Fletcher, Florence Nelson, Mildred Schricker, and Jean Paull. 7 'li' 'mf 'Ya Qbftdl Top wmv: .Uh-n. Euler-lm: .hnln llnvitlson, Paul: Dixon, Dorothy: Sn-vmui mu: -luhnslun, lining -Iudd, Kohn-rl: Kellogg, ll:-am: Koch, Slilrlredg liillnzuraui, Mary: Kuhns, Jack: I.nYn-Ile, Iiarllawu. T irll row: H1-Ronin, lhurlmralg NIA-rom-3, Frannkling Nlurrish. Isher: l'nulos, lfzliinalz Sn1ilIll'l's. .Klum l"i':lm'1-sg 'l'Immpson, Elmo: 'l'ln-uc-kmorlnn, Virginia, Bottom row: Tyler, Virginia: v2ll'll'ililiC, Yl'I'il1 Yoseipkau,4h-or 1 National Honor Society The National Honor Society, which has for the past ten years been the highest honor a senior can attain, is selected from the upper one-third of the class. Students have improved their scholastic standing from the time that they entered as freshmen to the time of graduation to enable them to be a member of this organization. There have been various ways of select- ing the members of the Society in former years. Last year a new system was used which was expected to be an improvement over the plan of former years. Seniors in the scholastic one-third of the class are automatically eligible. All of their grades from their freshman year to their senior year are used. All of these seniors are called into the library the eighth week of the second semester. Principal L, W. Nel- Ml' C son pres' s over this eeting. Each stu- dent is gven a ballot and a list of the delegates on which to vote. These students are instructed 'to consider the candidate's qualities of character and personality such as service, leadership, sportsmanship, sociability, and other like qualities before voting. This system ap- peals to the students because they feel that they have an active part in the elec- tion. The faculty later makes its selection oi' the twenty-five members on the same basis. By correlation of the votes of the students an of the faculty, the members are deter- mined. Election to the National Honor Society is considered the highest honor in a high school student's life. This organization h a s undoubtedly taught those who did not quite make it how to be a good loser. Top left Election of semor class officers IS an excltlng event for senlors Shown recording votes and conducting the election are Barbara Lavelle and Bull Speetzen whlle .lack Baker and Dean Candea cast their votes These elections were held ln October soon after school started Middle left Chemistry classes are always a source of surprises for the seniors Bob Johnston and Jack Kuhns seem to be trying to cook up one of those surprises while Dean Kellogg, Franklin Meroney and Helen Gulllon xn the background are pondering over their own problems Bottom left Under the guidance of Mass Antonxdes, gurls ln the senlor revlews class learn to be teach ers These gurls also teach ln country schools to gain practical experience Dorthle Beth Fntzpatrxck polnts to the map ln geography tralnlng with Miss Antonldes glancing approval 5 Top right Dr C K Morse of the Umverslty of Nebraska spoke to the seniors ln the audltorlum ln September He advised them on vocations and how to tram for them ln the picture Dr Morse IS shown talking to the entire group of seniors Mxddle rxght Senior typing classes are composed of those senlors who are learning to be steno graphers and also those seniors who want one year of typing before they graduate Students who graduate from these classes are usually qualified for secretarial or typing work Bottom rlght Senior commercial law classes ex hlblted seventy five projects based on such con tracts as negotiable Instruments, Insurance, and real estate contracts Darlene Anderson Don Ful ton and Rogcne Carns are shown In the fore ground . . . . . . . . , . . . , . , 5 . Top left The seventh perlod psychology class seems to know the answer to an xmportant questxon The class was studying the different parts of the laraln at the tlme this picture was taken ln the fore ground are Bob Huxoll, Mary Ruth Gormly, and Esther Murrlsh Middle left Advanced vocational agriculture teaches the boys the fine art of Judging our many dnf ferent farm products They travel throughout the country and participate ln judglng contests Clarlf McKam, Loren Jackson, Gordon Saul, and Rex McKaln are shown nn the picture Judging corn Bottom left The fixst period advanced clvlcs class IS talnng notes on the different types of govern ments which they studied during the First semester They are taking the notes for their organxzatlon sheets Shown ln the foreground are Lorraxne Lammers, Arthur Lincoln, and Robert Judd Top right Readmg boolcs ns the most Important feature of the senlor college preparatory English course ln the foreground are Mary Kumagal, Alice Wadx Ellis Burton, Vlrgmla Tyler, Robert Judd ,and Bette Brown Mxddle rxght Professional training classes employ a new lnstructlon method ln preparation for rural teachlng Each day a different gurl takes charge of the class, teaching lt as she would a class of her own Very Cooper, Verdus Muller, and Betty Dxener are ln the foreground Bottom right ln economics seniors have studied, through dlscusslon grouos, the Federal government, crlme, narcotics, F B l juvenile delinquency, slums, and agrlculture Milo Janecelc, Roland Meyers, Joseplnne McCormick, Loren Jackson, and Eileen Kunkel ln one of the discussion groups wif: Q Top left .lunnor class offncers hold an Informal meeting on the front lawn for the photographer following their electlon .lack Langford was chosen president, Ruth Mntchell vlce president, Artis Chapman secretary treasurer, and Bob Redmond, sergeant at arms The Junior Prom claims their attentlon Middle left Taking down the day s asszgnment are members of the physlcs class which ns composed of junxoxs under the dlrectlon of Roy W Mayer Physics requires two laboratory periods each week Kung Ford and Henry Meyer are seated at the first table Bottom left Bull Howard, Bernedlne Hllderbrand, and Gayle Gulllon, all members of the junior clas are at work ln bookkeeplng These students ale taking an achievement test over cash Journal rec ords under the dlrectxon of Maynard Landstrom This class has laboratory sections twlce a week H+..- XX Top rlght Practicing the play Smoke Screen dramatxcs class are Douglas Lawrence, Naoma Rldlnger and Don Putman This play won superior ratmg at Midland Both Naoma and Douglas won dramatlcs scholwrshlps Afraid of not being seen 15 Jack Hlncl ey, looking at the camera Middle right This woodwork class of junior boys creates many Interesting and useful articles ln the shop such as book ends, and cabinets lnstructlon m tools and equxpment IS given by Lmus Deaver This class meets two periods every day for one credxt a semester Bottom right Tony Wilson and Douglas Lawrence members of tht general shop class are examining the light switches ln the audltorlum ln llne with their study of wlrlng and household repairs The general shop also makes projects such as lamps and ash trays from alabaster 1 I ,Y 4 ' -'r aft 4 e P.: t li ' ,L X, r yo s Xl , Atl: D 1 s V ' . sf . l .,. , ' S 0, ! K 4 Q . g It at I 4 i I X ,. ,V . 'W K wt . - Y X X I : ' ' ' ' : ' ' H " in ' . Y . A . . . . . v - n S, i i . I . h F 4 4 s -ll Top left Shorthand helps many students to take dlctatlon ln their classes The flrst year students do not try to attaln speed but spend most of their time studying brief forms Erdlne McMichael Vera Cooper, Patty Nachtrab, and Gwen Rupe are dolng some practice work Middle left American history classes study the history of the United States from Colonial days until the present hme uestlons placed on the board each day which students must answer con stltute one form of classwork Marlys Crewdson and Ann Crosby are shown ln the foreground Bottom left Part time students take related sub jects from H H Newman periods one and two These students go to school only half of the day and work down town ln the afternoon Shown 1n the foreground are Vlrgmla Dmnell, Wayne Kel logg, and Louise Guthrxe Top right The advanced typmg class IS taught to wrlte buslness letters and contracts ln their cor rect form Because speed ns an nmportant factor they practice many periods to improve Don Macho, Kathleen Cox, David Coombs, and June Mlddle rlght The blology class ls making observa tlons through the microscope and taking notes on their findings Notebooks contam Interesting draw lngs made from mlcroscopxc study Shown ln the foreground are Jean Eberly Kathleen Marsh, Rxchard Kuhlman, and Harvey lVlcCune Bottom right From stones of the Celtic lnvaslon and Beowulf to Gilbert Chesterton and H C Wells the Juniors read English hterature Passages from classlcs, Chaucer and Macbeth , are memor lzed Frances Poulos, Joan Castle, Vlrglnla Welse and Genevieve Connelly study as the camera snaps N2 . A 1 ft, , Q as Q f '- . . .. W, ' ' , Distel are busy typing. . ' ! Y T . n ' llf YY ' 42 an Y i S s Top ron: llmrzlrcl, f'llll'lliilll, Y. Xlznttson. lfrislo, l,in4lekn::1-l, K, Smith. Priest livxllns, Ilrzllilloli, I'ol'il, IL -Ixllncs, li. Nh-Kalill. llim-In-3. I,a-uls, H1154-l'. Svcoml ron: J, lilnmons, lhllnv. tizlrlzlml. Ilia-klnam. N in--1-. 0'lh-in-n, tn-oss, Sli-Xliclm1-I. luhriullt. llilmm-vile. Iilwulln-5. -In-nscu, l'osle-l'. I'IIn-rly. Nl. Nlanltson, IC. l'1-tvrson, 'l'llir1l rod: Xlillonlwrgn-r, killinn, Hailey, 'l'hompson. l.:uxl'1-In-Q-, Rllll- llle. Y. Smith. -I -lzuncs, strzlllss. 1-alles, Ile-in, Alvoc, Iiznlllllvpw-l'. Xlzlcho, I':luI lonrllu ron: XY:-lsll, fox. Hlliltzlker. linger, li. NI1-Ruin, ll. l'4-In-rson, Sli-rnlmn-n, II, llletcllvr, Ilriulnzes. l"mln-is. li. I"In-tcllcr. Xounglmlls, timlzh-ll. froshy, Staples. Ilultonl run: Poulos, Vaislle. l'1. Nl:-Kzlin, lhuis, Workmail. Nalllmlcrs, Nl, l'oomIw. Pzlrlts. S14-wart, Nlnrsll, fottinullsllvl. Slmw, Ilotallinn. lim-zu. Junior Class The junior clziss, sponsored by Miss Helen G. Owen, cliairnizing Miss Gladys McCor- mick, Bliss Ruth Moon and J. Darwin lilder, is composed ot' approximately 160 members. I'llection ot' class officers was held on October 9. The following were elected: Jack I,zlngt'ord, presidentg Ruth Mitchell, vice-presidentg Artis Chapman, sccretziryg llob Redman, S0l'jIt3Zlllt-ill-2l1'IT1S. 'l'he tirst class meeting was held on Oc- fwggtizifwjkl fi .1 5 Top row: R4-mlmoml, Ste-V1-lison, Nln-per'-, lliilqllv, l'onl1-, lg1'llll1'll. I-I. lirzlnlinu, t'orporon, Szlnfnrll Xlllslnlnn-5. Iiislinuer. l.znmgI'orul, H:u:on1'l', I'illn:lu. Wright. Nvconll ron: llunliuu, 'l'nlIml, Rollin- son. I.unltnl'lz. .X Ihailliing, Srluimlm-I, t'onm'Ih, llq-inlln-4 Hone In-9. l'ortel', Dish-l, Ylalrshznll, lioulalml. Unison, t'll:lllm.ln 'I'IliruI ron: Xlzlliluws, NlcXn'el, Joy, till-ll, tllllliun, lilu-rlp, ID. toomlw. liohlsmith, Iilnod, Klll-ln:ln, litlvll, lforcl, I'ort1-l'l'in-lil, -l.ilm's. I-'inm-ann. Smith Fourth ron: Nlillw-r, IlI'llIlll'll'lll, lloulinu. Nvxx- sonn-. l'4-rliills. 'l'll0lllDN0ll. N'ielllml':.:. Ku-.sn-ll, Curtis, -lohnson, f1ll'lI4'lll1'I'. Slelvliins, N. ,hlill-l's1uli. Alllcn, June, Ililsclnolln-I' Iioltom row: I'. .Xlnll'l'son, IN-l"ol'csl, Wlllliloon, Wilson, Row. Nlitc-In-ll. .lntoninlu-s. tinlnliln-, Shnlcr, kalris, llvll. llzllsu-5, Mith- crlzuml, ling, Ilostuick, lin-Ilzunp, Scott. tolier 223 in the auditorium. A class ploy was the center of discussion. Juniors elect- ed as officers on the Student Founcil were Delores Bellamy, secretziryg lloli Ford. trezisnrerg John llrundon. SCl'4Ll't'2lIll-ill-2ll'IllS. The muin event ot' the junior year is the junior-senior prom which will be held in the spring: The theme will be cnrriecl out in El western style. Members ot' the pro- gtrnin committee include Delores llellzimy, Evelyn llrzidley, Kathleen Cox, Czlmille Gross. Jack Hinchey, Rex lXlt'K2llll, Kath- leen Marsh, Ruth Mitchell, LeRoy Retains. .6 4 Q l 1 Top left Latm IS taught under the supervxsnon of Mlss Barnett The classlclsts study Caesars wars and constructions ln translations, which are essen hal to the second year readxng Bud Brlnkema ls translatmg some of hls daily work Nancy Vosexpka IS ln the foreground Middle left Woodwork classes are always a source f pleasure for sophomores because out of these. classes come table lamps, end tables, book ends, and other objects useful ln the home The boys make these themselves Students m the picture are uslng lathes, planes, and drllls Bottom left The sophomore students are kept ln terested studyxng about the begmnmg of the world mcludxng the Stone Age and Caesars rule Jean McCartney IS polntlng to the maps ln one of then' class dlscusslons whlch they carry on wxthout teachers, Miss Dexner s, asslstance Top rnght Sophomore lxterature classes are taught by Mlss Anderson Students ln these classes study such closslcs as Shakespeare s plays, The Tale of Two Cltles by Dickens, The ldylls of the Kung and other great classics Harry Brodbeck xs shown recltmg to the class Middle right These boys are absorbed ln their work with alabaster Thls work IS found ln the general shop classes J Darwin Elder presxdes as teacher of general shop The boys made many thxngs out of alabaster such as clocks, vases, ash trays, and lamp bases Bottom right The freshman general math class IS busy watchmg Lucille Sluder explain a problem This subject take, up the general revlew of math taken ln lower grades Also new types of problems are xntroduced These classes are taught by Mlss Margaret Hewitt and Miss Shirley Potter N I N , . l . . 1 , A . ' . . . S. . - . , H . . . . . . ,, . ,, . ,, 0 V x . . . . . 44 Sophomore Class 'lthe sophomore class claims a membership ot' nearly 170 members. Miss ,Ina lleiner spends much time as the sponsor ot' 'this class. Two prominent girls on the G. H. cabinet were Shirley Sommers, publicity chairman, and Shirley McMurtry. service chairman. Pat Stoddal'd made herselt' out- standing' as a member ot' Debate. She was elected secretary ot' the Forensic League. Two Ili-Y cabinet members are loiill Allen and Leonard llirschteld. Arthur llirk is a member ol' the Student Founcil. lletty Campbell was elected to the position of cheer leader. Some sophomores who gained a position on the honor roll for the first semester were Charles Helder, Arlene Ilan- 'I'op ron: Xonnu, liirlt, liroilln-1-It, lielso. 1'nshin:, 'I'rln-sqlnle, lxeilll l'1-In-rs, 1- Hlrolul, Ii. I'e:lse, lieynohls, Iflssll-3, I,am-. Ih-ans. Ileniuvr. NnnI'or1l N-connl ron: los:-ipkn, Iirill, Slills. Lyons. Iloebln-. llnnl, linslnnssvn. Krause, .l, Slfilllll, 1'I:n'k, llhiteln-a4l. Nlasloris, lDnileP. Nlowlllalrll, flinlon 'l'llirnl ron: Knox, 1-illnore. llirsrllfelll, 4-olilsnlilll. lzllllolln, 'l'ilnlln-rlnan, in-iso, Xonnu. Salisbury, nl'lIllil'lll1l, Allen, -l1lIIl'1'l'li, I". I'e:lse. Long, Illoxoin l-'onrlln ron: llrnse, While, llnnlnn, ilnllll, Ilnilep, Slnllleil. Tholnpson, lialllerston, 1-ril'l'ith, llcilnrlrp, Iiiln-3, Selby, krn- nn-r, liolan, l'ri1'e. Slnlrrnll, Ilnskins liollmn row: Yan linskirly, liriekson, I,icll, lloneynell, Ilalllzgren, Kl'llIIllIIl'Nl. Iliclnlrlls, lh-lpll. Sill. tnlnpln-Il, S4-Inll'I'er, N'llson, Nlellonnlil. llorlon. Sonnnn-rs. Ihunnan. nin, and Lois XYickwire with four ones each, also James Carr, Don Cooper, lletty Dahlgren, Wally Hamilton, lleatrice Jones, Lucille Judd. Shirley McMurtry. Alden Nelson, Newton Price, Mary Ann Rane. Arthur Salisbury, Hob Sharrah. Pat Stod- ard, Jane Stroud and Shirley Wilson. The sophomores are well represented in the music department. In the local music contest, Arthur Salisbury won among' the oboe solos. As a result he will play in the district contest. Mary Selby sings in the Girls Sexlette. James Carr, .lean Mct'art-A ney and Arthur Salisbury are members ol' the Boys Double Quartette. llee Mcliown and Maxine Whitehead belong 'lo the tlirls Quartette. Don Cooper and lflugene llill make up a part ot' the French llorn Quar- tette. 'l'op ron: Nlct'aln-, Nelson, Fonri-3, Iiolluers, -lznltson. Robinson. llnmluoner. tzlrr. lfenner, Iirooks, Nlzllyin, l.islon, Nolnler, Il. l'n'l1-rs, llnlnillon. Secolnl ron: l'1lllnlin:.11-r, llansen, llnrnell, llor- ton, Noel, l'ole. l.elIl. I.:lnnin, Qnallln-3, lleliain, Kane, Nickels. Jones, Il. l'1-lerson 1'nnlelln:ln 'l'llirnl ron: lizlrrvll, Xlcllnle. Nnilll, ll, looper. Nlel':lrlln'p. Skinner, ll:-iller, Knox. liolnnll. linlllnmn, Iloelyoln, Splinter, Noslq, .X fooper, Sawyer I'onrllu ron: llisw-3, Nlekoun. ku-slersoll. Johnson, l'l'in-si, .Iollnnsn-n. Waril, llzllnl. NI1'l'rane, llnrlforql. Ilaelyler, linves, l'opelnn1l. Iionnoyslq. I"l'pe. Iloltom ron: Uuier, Xnson, l'npne, llihler- lPl'llIl1l, l.on2, li. l'n-lerson, Wie-kuire, lropsg, Ilnnlley, Nlnlnl. llrnlle, knlnnuui, Xlallliens, lin-rlyin, lion-llnm-31-r, Ilein. nv Ns. 'swam i ff Top left The begmnmg agriculture class IS for the boys who expect to go unto farmmg They are taught llvestock and poultry They must ralse some klnd of livestock at home and keep records on t These boys spend two days a week ln shop Middle left Topics studied ln the consumers prob lems classes are such subjects as the texture of various kmds of cloth, the ingredients of varxous products on the market, the value of foods and how to test them for quality and other thlngs con cerned with the consumer Bottom left Girls wantlng a more recreational class enroll ln the gurls physical educational class Miss Ruth Andreson teaches this class These gnrls are engrossed m the game of hlt pm baseball Some of the other sports they partake ln are basketball volley ball and soft ball I'op right Mlss Packer the able commercial arnth metlc Instructor teaches her students the newer and also the shorter methods of reaching the answers t dlffxcult problems This subject IS re quired for those taklng the stenographlc course Middle right The sophomore English grammar class ns lnstenlng to a report being made by Frank Lane The students taking thus subject study the correct usage f the English language Miss O Rourke IS ln charge of thus sophomore grammar class They receive one credlt each semester Bottom right These gurls are seated at a luncheon they prepared themselves ln the home economics class lt IS being served ln the llvxng dmxng room of this department All the gurls had a chance lo prepare such a meal A guest teacher and a guest student were mvlted each time at , 1' 'c ' -sf I ,S - A ,M-at . - ,t w as W T . 4 n K pujwkjj. . N ! x ff 'X U 4, if j , 1 l i ' vp' , 1 . ' . g 1 c Q fl, , xl Q 5 N A ' U QR Q n K l 5 - 0 a 4 . v 1 1 - I 0 n . . , u . . . ' 46 Top left In freshman boys physlcal education, basketball baseball, and touch football are played These classes are taught by J D Elder assisted by a semor boy Francis Hunt, who I5 shown dlrectlng a game of basketball One of the students ns about to toss a free throw Middle left Under the able supervlsxon of Mrs Veryl Cameron, the freshmen use thelr English class as a laboratory to famlllaflle themselves wlth correct spelling punctuation, and capltallzatxon Much tlme ns spent on practlce sentences, rules, and dlagrammg Bottom left These students are beginning to learn Latln under the dlrectlon of Miss Mary Barnett Not only do they learn the language but they find out many lnterestlng thlngs concerning the customs and history of the Roman people James Bell ls studying xn the foreground -Q-ax 'Wg 1:15- Top right The freshman general shop class IS taught welding, carpentry, and alabaster J Dar wln Elder IS the sponsor of thls class These boys spend two periods a day nn general shop ln thus group which IS restricted to freshmen, the boys make many simple projects Middle rlght Sewing alternates with cooking for one semester each ln home economics Here un der Miss Lois Allens dlrectlon, a group of gurls sews while Jean Kellogg and Lucllle Sluder watch The glrls have furnished a dlnlng room and llvlng room as class projects ln sewing Bottom right On this particular day these gurls are playing basketball and are trylng to make a basket They learn the technique of volley ball baseball, hnp tln ball and Nebraska ba Mlss Ruth Andresen usually takes an actlve part In thc games with them -1 .i as J S A s g 1 vp -4 L E' - J l Q J' -I ,T g P' f J . 3 1 D 1 . . . . . . , . . I . - I . s p n I ' v - r , I ll'- f ' 47 'ies -asth- Top left An oral report is being given to the students in commercial geography, a freshman freshmen write notebooks on foreign and domestic imports and exports, prepare oral and written re ports, draw maps of trade routes, and industrial centers Middle left Social studies prepares the freshmen for the vocations that they want to enter, and gives them simply explained details and fundamental of local, state, and Federal government The in structors are Maynard Landstrom and Miss Slgnor who planned the classes together Bottom left This is the first year that the fresh men and sophomores have had the privilege of tak ing beginners journalism They practice reporting, learn how to use style sheets, and increase their vocabularies The last slx weeks they will help report for The Round Up They are then ready for advanced classes Cr Top right The students who take algebra have an enjoyable time listening to the interesting ex mentals of algebra which they will use in geometry and advanced algebra classes Equations are the main problems studied by the class Middle right Freshman English literature affords an opportunity to read many interesting stories Freshman study The Lady of the Lake Ivan hoe , and Silas Marner Some interesting book lets containing original drawings are made on the stories read Bottom right The freshmen seem to be interested in the general mathematics problems which are being explained by Miss Shirley Potter ln the first few weeks a review of grade school arithmetic problems is made Later, advanced work ln frac tions, interest, graphs and negotiable instruments is carried on r ' ' if i ,. f' Y as i l i s '- . Q 1 . af" ' rf V X T ' .7 ' .,, fx -4 x A . T I ' 1 x ' 1 7 N N, ix N . ay V' .f ,B ' V f V i 1 class instructed by Miss Margaret Hewitt. These planations of lvan Wilson. They learn the funda- . . . H 4-. T11 u D s - , - - - H ri - nl . - - nn. - rv ' ' D ' ' - . . 1 , 48 Freshmen Class Around two hundred "green l'reshies" reg- istered on September fifth. Under the guid- ance ot' Mrs. Veryl Cameron, their only sponsor, their grreenness has begun to wear off and they have become active par- ticipants in the various organizations ot' the school. .loy Tramp played in the string' quartette while ,lo Ann Kelly sang' in the sextette. Rhoda llalstead led the freshmen on the honor roll l'or the tirst semester with tour ones. Other freshmen on this honor roll were Frances Baker, llernice Du'l'em- ple, Lorraine Frisbie, Colleen Michener, Glenna Parks, Virginia Potts, Lucille Slu- der, lfletty Speetzen, Alice Spicer, Geor- 'Iop ron: K l.ny. top:-l:ln4l. llnpvs. ,L 'l':l3lnr. S Pole. lfretlriep, llnrlt, I. Nlns-nn, llnnltin, t'l:lnssn-n, Solent, Kan linskirk. Nelliefel- luien, lioelgers, fmgliill, Iillingsun, Kenllvp. I"orsl4'ult, Nose. Sen'- nnll ron: fnpp, Nl4n'g:ln, Johnson, lu-null, Spicer. Schilnniel. Heelllnnll, Npeiullt. liilllilllllll. K1-II1-3. Unllu-r, I'. Pole, l'al'pentel', Ilrmline. 'I'rnlnp. ,hnln-l'son, Mattson, lln'I'emple, Jolmnson. 'l'llil'al ron: Kaiser. l.nstu:n't1-n, K. XI:-Neel, th-oxer, ldnstnn, llnunrll. Morris. llerlrsl, lhlnlnl. l.:lllul'ol'xl, 'l'nlrlu-, llln-rilng, Ilrott, Hal'- 1olI'. 'l'llsslIl::', tion-lrle, llnei-, llzlnsen, I'i-ts-rs, Ifonrtli ron: I'nulos, 5llllll'I'lilIIll. Nprzlulle. illsnn, Hreisen, Nelson, IFl'lll'tl1'I'. link:-l'. Slarllle, llinillsnn, llrnlnfieltl, Nicllnlsnn, -lnlnes, lleets. Sm-lleel'. llnilliaunn-. l4'i'n-tleriei, Lnnkuitz. Iierry. Ilottoin ron: Il. Lap. hnott, llapnslli, II. 3I1'Xen-l. Long, Swan, ll:-ike, tirnlnnn, tiil- nmrn-, XYr:lltl3. Nrzllr, .hl:uns. I.. Xlinu. Nlzlper, Nle5el's. XYilson. litrll, fllvistiies, Ihzlllting, Iilllvs I.:-fl. gena 'l'oole. .leanne Wolcott. Boys awarded midget football letters were Vernon Hass, Steve Cole, .Ierry lillling- son, Howard Flood, Wilmer Forstedt, llolm Gilmore. Harold Goble. Russell Morris, Jim Scott, Morant Waltemath, Lester Weil. Calvin Solem was the only treslnnan 'lo gain a position on the varsity football team. Freshmen who turned out t'or track were Junior Anderson, llruce Claussen, llolm Copeland, Dorman Duncan, .lerry lilline- son, Harold Goble, Riley lloward, llolx McNeel, Russell Morris, .lim Scott, t'alx'in Solem, Wayne Stearns, Lester Steneer. llolm Van lluskirk, Joe Wilson. A lllue and Gold Handbook is lieine' edited 'this year. Freshmen who are on the editing' stall' of this booklet are Lorraine lfrisbie, lilioda Halstead, and Glenna Parks. Top ron: Priest. I'rosise, ll, 'l'oole, Iiolilfinz. llnnsnn, lixslrom. N'nlh-nnllll. Stl-nger, lilnlnerlnnn, Nlrlinin, 1l'lhun'lte. .l, .Xn1In-r- son, Wilson, Snnlerlnznn. Il, Nlusnn, .I Seoll, fnllnnnn, lflmnl. lit-ans. N-cond row: tinllllnere, I'nrlts. Iinrrier, Nlaltlsnn, l"islln-r, l'otls. hilnzlnts. xxt'lIlll'l', Slutler, l4':lllsI, Vlinuer. Ixellnuu, Ilnll- slrzlll. I.1-mis, Westpllal, Staples, Ilalnlnnlnl. killenitl. 1- Nrolt, Slilrop. I-'risln-. 'l'hii'il run: Ilnper, ID. Ning, XI:-Iixny, llnne. Stn-nrns, Wright, llelnls, N1-llnltz, M-lmolel'nt'l, 1' Wilson, llrnu- tinir. l"l'4-iln-rg, I'itla-r, Kass, Xlelionnlll. Neil. xhllls, Norman. Perkins. lfollrlll Ron: I'. 'l'n3lor, Xa-lsnn. llel.osh. Nirlss. N l':ll'pq-nter, I-llverly. l':ltln-tins, Xlillnnln-rg'-r, IC. liallter, llnlxns, Iloknskin-. 1'llllrl'lliII. Wielllnlrtz, Ixllllns, Nuzlnson, Iioulu-3. l.in- eleninntll. Webster. linrri-lt, t'ri-utlson linltnun ron: Sp:-ellen. l'ouln-r, Shirley. 0. .Unlel-son. Knris, .XI4-hisnn, l'nrrish, llerker. fline, llulpli, llnleli, I-'n-ssler, Nlieln-ner, liouluouer, Nhiu-lp, Il, l'nrpenIel'. Wolcott, li. linlier, ti. 'I'oole liielil. illillf? it ll lil 1 ,ff ,J ,f -of, W. x JJ! J X I - Of' ,J J ' fi rv ,4 ww f'p2oJ3.4J:"j7" .of JS l67rP,4"'2CPff 'ff M5556 gy vgfigu df Sf f XJ 5.j,f P K df' 9 Pep Rallles Dld you en1oy the ple game show Rallles held at the Fox Theater and sponsored by the North Platte Hlgh School Band thls vear" Im sure that that you w1ll agree w1th everybody else who attended them that they were lots of fun Thls 18 the first year these mformal Ral hes have been attempted Most of youse guys and youse gals who prefer the popu1a1 svunff were g1ven the muslc you 1ke The funds made from the pre game mg unlforms that made thelr debut at the fall Band concert Some of the events most remembered a these Ralhes were the baton tw1rle1s and drum mayorettes the Trumpet Tr1o con slstmg of Jack Kuhns Bob Johnston and George VOS61phd The Band plaved a few pep songs led the student body on a snake dance through town and conducted them to the Fox Theater for the b1g program The last Rally featured the hlgh school dance orchestra and the presentat1on of two autographed footballs Top right Ceorglnla Toole Ge aldn e Elly on Nadine Ellyso Mary An Clark str t at a Band Rally Ce ter rght R C A der pr sent g th uto graphed footballs to Mary Ann Clark and Frederlck Mesmer Bottom ght The Pep Band and cheer leaders stir up pep at a basketball game Jlweam47hme RALLIES DANCES JAY DAY 1939 CPEN HOUSE REGISTRATION p l o y g ally was held m a vaca it lot across from DeFo est s 1 5 To eftl The bon-fire at the nl nl ht r , ' n r ' . l l C V l T . , A . . 1 7 . K W 1- 7, if ,Y- D . if V v' ,Y ' 1' 1 K o L l . Rallies helped pay for those snappy-look- . 1 L t K L n 1 'l , I - Lv K' Li, A , A , 1 1 , . . : . . , r .n S , ' n, n , u n i : . . n son, e in e a - ri : ' Senior Prom The great day ol' December lti tinally came around after much confusion in tind- ing an open date for all concerned. The juniors were so excited they didn't even go to school. lt was Saturday anyway. The informal school Prom of the year was well under way by 8:30 p. m. Dorothy Dixon, Beverly Golden, George Voseipka, .lack Kuhns, ,loan Bridges, llelen Mae Anderson, Hill Hardy, Hob Johnston, Anna Frances Smithers, Harold Mt-Kay. and faculty advisers Miss Mar- garet llaker and Mrs. Veryl Cameron made all arrangements. The Rotary club furn- ished the decorations of a beautiful Christ- mas tree in one corner with tall tapers on either side. Christmas decorations in the form of tinsel streamers brightened the room. It was said the decorations this year were the best displayed in many years. Music for dancing was furnished by Jack Copeland's orchestra. Jitterbugs quenched parched tongues with pale punch. If you didn't dance or drink punch, you could enjoy other amusements such as "Chinese Checkers." At intermission, a program was provided and of course "Brink the foo" tMariel Brinkemah gave a reading on "The Thanksgiving" in Negro dialect. Jack Kuhns, Bob Johnston, and George Voseipka had "Oscar the Flea" do a little act and the sextette consisting ot' Louella VValton, Ann Crosby, Helen Mae Ander- son, Beverly Golden, Virginia Weise, and Verla Hosford sang two numbers. A great many teachers enjoyed the eve- ning of dancing along with the juniors and seniors. After that delightful intermission, danc- ing was resumed until about 11:30 when the juniors went home looking forward to entertaining the seniors to a formal dance in the spring which is the last, of the 'two big dances for the junio1's and seniors. The juniors attempt to outdo the seniors in royal entertainment. The juniors usual- ly honor one senior girl by presenting her at the Prom as "Prom Princess", the most Hattering of high school honors. Because too few tickets were sold, 'there was a shortage of 3512.30 on the Prom. Five dollars was raised through candy sales and eighty cents by donations, The class planned to sponsor one of the Stu- dent Council dances to cancel the debt. The high school Dance Band will play to add five dollars to the cause which oth- erwise would go for a nickleodeon. The usual tive cents admission will be charged, and in two short hours, the deficit will be banished. We hope! The senior dance was scheduled for April 24, but because the dramatics de- partment was given this date for presenta- tion of "Liberty and Union" for the Chil- dren's Crusade, this dance was postponed. It is expected that a new date is to be set. Left: Mariel Brinkema presenting her skit at the Senior Prom. Center: Dancing at the Prom with Betty Garrison and Melvin Huntington swinging out. Bottom: Art Lincoln seems to be enjoying watch- ing Hugh McDonald and Helen Mae Anderson. School Dances Oh happy day I-another one of 'those mat- inee school dances whe1'e every boy has two girls and about half tand don't ask which halfj doesn't even know how 'to dance. All cracks aside, if you don't know how to dance it's a swell place to learng a good floor, even if the wax hasn't been put on yet, a nickleodeon with all the 'top dance records, and plenty of people to dance with. ln other words, for 'the small sum of live cents you can learn to dance in two hours, 23:15 to 5:15. All this frivolity is, of course, under the guidance of the Student Council. They furnish hosts and hostesses to get the ball rolling and the feet moving or to get the boys out of one corner, and the girls out of another and the dancing started in the middle. Tall ones, short ones, hep cats, and beginners all mix it up here. Two feature dances have been held. The Sadie Hawkins Day dance required that the girls ask the boys. A feature of this feature dance was Maynard Landstrom's red face when Miss Lois Allen bought his ticket. The other, the senior fund dance to abolish the deficit of the Prom. In great contrast to the school dances, there is the annual DelVlolay Sweetheart dance sponsored by the local chapter and held this year on April 5. A high school girl is customarily chosen to be sweetheart. This year Geraldine Ellyson, one of the twins, stepped out of the paper Delllolay insignia dressed in white to be the much envied sweetheart. "Gerry" was presented with her pin by her escort, Douglas Law- rence. The ballot was secret, or supposed to be, and not until 11 o'clock did anyone, but this committee, and the lucky girl, know. At the chosen hour, she was formally presented. After the presentation, "Ger- ry" and "Doug" led the grand march and the dancing was continued until 12:30. Top right: Smiling before the fireplace in her home is Jerry Ellyson who was elected the 1940 DeMolay Sweetheart. Jerry's dress was white taffeta with lace inset. Top left: Milo Janecek, Mary Peterson, and Harold Goble truck on down at one of the school dances in the gymnasium after school. Bottom left: "Chuck" Heider and Barbara Van Buskirk are jitterbugging while Lillias Jensen and Barbara lVlcKown look on. Barbara is one of the Student Council hostesses. il! i llll ws Jag Day, 1939 .1g .11 11 10 ' VSdSll1llL1tl1 bexe1.1 .1sl1e1l to IQDILNCIII these to be Qlljlllllb T111 DIIILN In the dft61Il0Oll those 11e.111n1 1ostumes 11111 asked to p.11.11le .uound th1 t1.11l1 111 1l0llt of the stad1um .zncl be t111e the uldges WIIIIIQIS and those 11 Ltltlllg' hono1.1ble mentlon were bettx Jo111s .1s D.11s1e Mae Ronald Sch utter as 1 Abne1 111th h1s Solomx Pldllli A111 .1s l'IrllllQSS Jo1 Dorothx ee I11t1h .1s C1 H.1w.111an gnl John b1dIltl0ll cl fl"ldl11b01ldlll and Jclck Langtold .1s H1tl11 The xxlnners 1eee1sed 1311198 .1n1l whit p111es L1l Abne1 1e1e1xed ci ll plg .af l'a s 1.111 ol he usu1l 11111111 1111111 1.1 It 1.1s 11 x 1 n H 1 m. ll s 1119 11 1111 1 . s . 1uuh 111t 111 ht 1et 111 ll 11 Ll thlN tllttlhlllllllllt 11 1 ool 1ll hose xxho 1 ll '1 lf e1l the l'.'1.1n111unt lt Len n1.1t1ne1 111 1l.1n1e1l 111 th1 f1x1nn.1s111n1 Top left Frank Hatch CHHIYICSS Joe gomg after hls woman, Dorothy Lee Fxtch Top rlght The parade of Jagger-s before the Judges stand Left WIHDCYS left to rlght Frank Hatch John Brandon Jack Langford and Betty Jones Rlght Lll Abner DBISIC Mae and Solomy Ron old Schaffer Betty Jones, and stuffed rags an 1 -v 1 , 5-12 I .. 6 'Q 1 ra:-fl 1 Y 1 .1 F Q ' K xg Q K ..1. A X, A - ' ' It 1, 5 1 ,N f 1 1 K A ,V x ' S s I K' .K g, A 0 3 M. v ' . 'v X ' Law. ' , -. 1 ' K , . 1 1 1 A1 1 f . ., 9 s ' si .. XL - . f 1 1 I Inst -- ' t 1 s 1 ' ' 1 - raule, thev 1" .' 11 1'11m1 lj t1':11'l' lttt, ll "fat Y U ' '1 .' 'a ' '. tw b 1"11'e.', 'lllil z1l- J' ' ll-I' 1' .BJ "Q t. ' "'l Thi .' 1 t 'Dlx .11 "sh '--1 1 1l1igr ch:11'z11'te1's were chosen and students were be1'th11" XVltl'l ilre 1-1'z11'ke1's. ' .' 1 ' Alix' .' ' 2"1 1 Ill tl 1 ligrh ' ' ' .' 1' - ' j Sch 1 t A ' '1 '1 l to 1l11 so 111- - Q Q '-'1 ' " ' ' fel l '. " 'l'l ':1t1'1' ill El 'tell , .. .V ' -. K. . - - 1 - . . . . ' , 5.-1 . l ' ' ' X I tl. I nf ' 1' , ' l' 1 1' 1' 1. ' 1 , I' . : - D . , 1 . 1 U 1 ' 1' 1 7' 1 1 ' . v ' 1 - 1, C n ' 4111-1, ivy 7, 'Xi an VYH, 11. - . I i H' 1- -Q " ' ' e", N' L - x. l l ' I AL I Y- 1. 9, .4 y" ' U ' ,JV 1 fy 1 1 1 ' r V' --1 1 , . . . Z .Zi ,SZ ' 1 . . . ' - - , I , Y I l i , . ' 1 1 - ' 55 Open House In tht till oi roach xLf11,th1 Pfutnt rl L.1Lhe1 Assoclatlon NDOIISOIS 1111 Open House lOl the pu1pose ot bflllgfllltl' the pruents and teftchus together IH 1 mom ha1n1on1ous llllClb1StdIltl1YlLf ol the student and h1s p1ob em lh1s ye.11 tht p1og1.1m xx IS hold 111 the dUd1tO11ll1f1'l lhe school band plaxed sex eral numbers and M1 Tnxlor, f01mCl torn Illdllfltil ot thc An1e1111n lemon l R and Needs ot Ou1 Sohool Students tlilllblttifl p1o1eLts lmsul o then clf1ss1oorn 11Lt1x1t11s 111 efmth 1oon1 Pruents met 1nd became .1cquc1111tul 111th the11 Ll'1llCl1LYlN te11ohe1s Thex cllstussecl then ploblems and the neuls L11te1 1Il the owenmg lNl1ss Allen and tht ,sf-nd Home luponomns gnls sound coffee and doughnuts to the pzuents Nl1s Nltlxovsn, p1es1dent ot the 5911101 lllt L W Nelson pllnupdl ot tht h1 h school made the ITIAIOI 111' mngoments lOl Open House Open House has been LO1lS1d6I'GCl .1 sua cess 1n lNo1th Plxtte Hmh School bw par ents tnal teachms Top left Mr and Mrs L L Zook lnspect the CIVICS dlsplay Center left Mrs Joel Anderson and R v E C Bottom left Charles J Leth left finds the Jour nalnsm display nn 106 lnterestlng Top rlglmt Mrs John W Conrey and Mrs 0 M Rose ln the publlcatlon room Center rxght Mrs B M Johnston and Mrs H H DuTemple are lnterested m the dxsplay ln 301 Bottom rlght Mr and Mrs G H Kellogg and Dorothy Lee Fltch enjoy display ln 212 x 1 A . 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D, L, , h V ' . .. . 57 Dramatlcs Groups Those students who were 1nte1ested 111 acqulrmg the fundamentals ot the fine a1t of actlng found emoyment 111 haung been a membel of e1ther seventh O1 elghth perlod dramatlcs class The purpose of the dramatlcs group 18 to develop the technlque of 1nterp1etat1xe speech tor students followlng n1ne phases of dramatlcs rban donment maklng pOlIltS ratlo ot Xalue three planes the dramatlc clause panto mlmes readmgs one att plavs and d1a lects Pantomlme study IS one of the most 1n1 portant tvpes of dramat1cs actlxltx stud1ed bv the groups It helps students to over come the ev1ls of self consclousness and to be better prepared to studw the more d1ff1 cult phases whlch are taken up at dlffer ent tlmes IH the course of the wear One act plays are lnterestlng to present and are popular w 1th those who are IH the audlence These plans were pract1ced w1th1n the classes and 0LltS1d9 of school hours Sexeral appearances were made VV1th these plays To be zble to g'1V6 dlalect readmgs ef l6Ct1N elv was one of the alms sought bv the dramatlcs glasses th1s vear Plospectlxe actors studled Itallan, I1lSh and NQQIO readmgs Make up and the hlstorw of the theater we1e toplcs lntended to be studled Bottom right Jack Coleman I5 bexng made up by Mxss Potter for Girl Shy Gam Zzaalluylzit DRAMATICS SPEECH INSTRUMENTAL VOCAL MUSIC Top left Brnnkema and Lawrence as mmstrels the Choral Concert amused the audxence th1s xear but bu luse ot the lrtk ot tlme these we1e omltted Next xt 11 the tl zssts w1ll be dnlded o th 1tthe1e w1ll be xdx ftnted md beglnnel s groups The tdx anted class w1ll take up the studx ot the h1sto1x ot the theater and the studx ot touett mike up besldes the reQulz1 wo1l1 ot 1e1d1nqs plus and so forth Fha beff1nne1 s tlrss w1ll studv the l11st 1J1lllClplC"s ot dramttlcs Under the sklllful ClllLLtlOI1 ot lllss Potter the dra and hfue p1o11ded cntertalnment to the sthool and to numerous CIXIC organma t101s . 1 5 I , . 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' - ll ' ,Y 58 Dramatics Activities The activities of the dramatic classes in- clude three one-act plays and a patriotic play in tour acts, "Smoke Screen" a one- act play which had only these 'three mem- bers in the cast, Naoma Ridinger, Douglas Lawrence and Don Pitman, was presented four times. Entering the Midland dra- matics contest at Fremont, Nebraska, this cast won a superior rating. Naoma Ridinger and Douglas Lawrence were given dramatic scholarships to Mid- land Vollege as a result ot this rating. The play received an excellent rating when presented at Gothenburg. lt was again presented at the Masonic Temple in North Platte and at a G. R. meeting. The one-act play "Dust ot' the Road" Top right: Naoma Ridinger shows Douglas Law- r-ence the script while Jack Hinchey peers at the cameraman. Bottom right: The dramatics groupg Johnston, Kuhns, Hirschfeld, Hadley, Tyler, Talbot, Mastoris, Dunlap, VanLue, Bailey, Murrish, Toole, Husemol- ler, Miller, Saul, Shaw, Rose, Lawrence, Pitman, Lindekugal, Ellingson, Kuhlman, Antonides, and Chapman listen to Miss Potter talk about the senior play. was used as a patriotic program l"ebruary the twenty-second at the Masonic Temple in North Platte. The cast included Vir- ginia Tyler, Douglas Lawrence, Richard Kuhlman, and Gordon Saul. "Here We Are" another one-act play was given twice, once at the ltlasonic Temple and once at the Union Pacitic din- ing room in North l'latte. Dramatics and debate students appeared in the play "Liberty and Union" Thursday, April the twenty-tifth tor the purpose ot' raising money for the t'hildren's Crusade. The dramatics students included in the cast were the following: Donald Pitman, Doug- las Lawrence. Dixie Lee Cropsey. Eileen Talbot, Kenneth Conrey. .lack llinchey. Milan Dunlap, Betty .lane Rose, tleorginia Toole, Richard Johansen. Robert Upton, Richard Kuhlman, Leonard Finnegan, Artis Chapman, Iletty Antonides. Margaret Mary Glenn, Luetta Riley, Iletty t'ampbell, Naoma Ridinger, Helen Shaw, and Adel- phina Kosmicki. Top left: Dressed as a Japanese, Betty Antonides gives the dramatic reading "Cherry Blossoms". Bottom left: Douglas Lawrence, Naoma Ridinger, and Don Pitman shown in "Smoke Screen". .. ' ' U JW!! I IMUJQQ f ' 2L1'e's'-fs- 1 . L x I f U ffl, I 4 - ' I 1 I V, , ' , J ,f . , QLK 1 . lp jefh . , , .If X , , yu rm: f fl. , ,v , l ' M "Girl Shy" For xtirst in years the juniors gav-e an ected "Girl Shy" Kavanaugh 'hich mber ei t on Octo r 'thirt am rs w0.p - one in the ern 1 m sc oo ents' d OI ' e- or the p s we'e i n to tty ford, C ark e , Bob Ford as roles were given to Carter, Jack Hin- eg Artis Chapman as Aun ohn Brandon as Dean a we, Shaw as Sylvia Webster, Top right: Jack Coleman as Alfred Tennyson Mur- gatoyd is reciting poetry in act three to Ford, Crosby, Bailey, and Antonides. Bottom right: Some of the members of the junior cast rehearse in Miss Potter's room: Crosby, An- tonides, Bailey, Hinchey, and Shaw. Jack Coleman as Alfred Tennyson Mur- gatoydg Geneva Davis as Birdie LaVerng Douglas Lawrence as Chuck Mayog and Eileen Talbot as Asma. Miss Shirley Pot- ter, dramatics teacher, directed the play and held practices after school and also on Saturdays and Sundays. "Girl Shy" is a light comedy in 'three acts. It deals with the life of college stu- dents. Alfred Tennyson Murgatoyd added much humor to the play as a poet who thought that his poetry was much better than it really was. An amusing incident occurs when Chuck Mayo grabs Sylvia and carries her out thinking she is I-labs. In the evening perfromance Chuck acciden- tally dropped Sylvia on her head without injuring her. After a general mix up everything is straightened out and Tom, the girl-shy boy, marries Babs. The play was a grand success. Top left: Douglas Lawrence has just fought with a "fem". Here are Lawrence, Talbot, Davis, Bran- don, Chapman, Shaw, and Hinchey in act three. Bottom left: The entire "Girl Shy" cast in the nale. Seated: Ford, Crosby, Brandon, Chapman, standing: Lawrence, Davis, Bailey, Antonides, Hinchey, Shaw, Coleman, and Talbot. "Night Of January Sixteenth" The senior class chose "Night ot' January Sixteenth" for its play this year. Miss Shirley Potter appeared pleased as she announced the large number of stu- dents who had already signed up for class play try-outs at the end ol' the third day alter the request was made. About a week before the try-outs, Miss l'otter explained the play and most ot the parts to a large group of seniors who were interested in parts. The students were asked to till out cards on which they wrote their names. free hours before and after school, the number of solids they were planning to take second semester, and their averages in the subjects they had taken lirst semester. This information was requested because the cast must be willing to give their extra time. This mystery play, written by Ayn Top right: Miss Potter called a general meeting for all those who wished to try out for the senior class play. Bottcrnr right: Russell Watkins and Esther Murrish practicing a scene of the senior class play under the direction of Miss Potter. lf.. J' .la ...- ,., li' Rand, was recommended by Miss Potter for the senior class play ol' 1940 because it is different from any play that has been presented betore in North Platte. The members ot' the cast are as follows: Judge Heath, Elmo Thompson: bailitl', Gordon Saul, clerk, Jack Kuhnsg court stenographer, Urval Van Lueg district at- torney Flint, George Voseipka, his secre- tary, Betty Sieboldg defense attorney Stey- ens, lilob Johnston, his secretary. Fatina Poulosg Karen Andre, Esther Murrishl Nancy l.eo Faulkner, Helen Mae Ander- son: John Graham XVhittield, XVayne Kel- loggg Larry Regan, Russell XVatkinsg Sigurd Junquist, Morris Tregog Dr. Thomas Kirkland, Art Stutheitg Homer Van Fleet, George NYrightg Elmer Sweeney, Herbert DuTempleg Mrs. Hutchins. Virginia Tyler: Jane Chandler, Beverly Golden: Magda Svenson, Mariel Hrinkemag Robert Van Rennsalaer, Virginia Tln'ockmorton 3 prison matron, Dorothy Dixon, and two police- men. Top left: Rehearsing for the senior class play are Bob Johnston, Esther Murrisli, Helen Mae Ander- son, and Russell Watkins. Bottom left: Jack Kuhns, Esther Murrish and Helen Mae Anderson try a dramatic scene from "The Night of January Sixteenth". Debate Tournaments "Fort Follins, here we come!" chanted 'the selected debate students as they made preparations to attend the last 'tournament of the year. The occasion was the annual National Forensic League district 'tourna- ment which was held in Fort Collins, Colo- rado on April 4 and 5. ln addition to the trip 'to Fort Collins. almost every member ot' the debate organ- ization has had the opportunity to attend one or more oi' the tournaments and meets held at the following places: Kearney, Chadron, Fremont, Hastings, and Greeley. Although an invitation 'to Doane College was received, conflicting activities made it impossible for the local debaters to attend. Two classes were organized at the bet- ginning of the year, fourth and eighth periods. I-Because there were so many de- Top right: Cox, Smithers, Bellamy, and Kumagai help record Stoddard's voice on the recorder. Bottom right: Johnston and Voseiplca oppose L. Ford and Russell in an after school debate. baters in these groups it was not difficult to choose students to attend the meets. Second semester the groups were con- densed into one class period, The question for debate this year was resolved: "The F e d e ra l Government Should Own and Operate the Railroads". When a student attends an outside tour- nament in which a decision is given, he re- ceives points for having attended. The accumulated points from several 'tourna- ments are divided to designate the de- grees to which he is entitled. The follow- ing students have received their third degree or degree ot' excellence: Dean Kellogg, George Voseipka, Bob Johnston, and Pat Stoddard. Henry Mayer received his second degree or degree of honor. Bill Hardy and King Ford have received their degree of merit. Top left: Moody, Kuhns, Johnston, Phelps, Mayer, Kellogg, Brandon, Langford, Stevenson, with J. J. Johnston presiding. Bottom left: The debaters Cox, Bellamy, Stoddard, Smithers, Kumagai, Mayer, Hardy, B. Ford, Bran- don, Langford, K. Ford, Kuhns, Russell, Voseipka, Kellogg, McKay, Stevenson, Johnston, Moody, and Phelps were ably coached by Mr. Johnston. Declamatory Contests Scared to death but confident of high hon- ors, contestants represented North l'latte in three battles ot' expressions this year at Hastings, Gothenburg, and Fort Collins. Those students who participated in the contest at Hastings were Virginia Tyler, who received a "superior", and Georginia 'l'oole, who received a "good". ln the local contest judges chose Richard Kuhlman to attend the district contest at Gothenburg on April 5 t'or the oratory reci- tation t'You t'an't Have Everything", Geor- giniu Toole tor the humorous division, and Esther Murrish for the dramatic division. Richard received a rating ot' "excellent", tleoiginia a "good", and Esther a "good". The National Forensic League district contest was held in Fort Collins, Colorado. In this competition lletty Antonides went to the finals with her dramatic reading Top right: Some of the winners of the local de- clamatory contest are Leonard Hirschfeld, Esther Murrish, Betty Antonides, Eileen Talbot, Virginia Tyler, and Richard Kuhlman. Bottom right: Georginia Toole, Eileen Talbot, and Leonard Hirschfeld were winners in the humorous section, local contest. "Romeo and Juliet": Virginia Tyler gave "Elizabeth the Queen" and went out in the second round. ln the humorous division Eileen Talbot presented "The Abandoned Elopementn, and Leonard Hirschteltl went to the semi-tinals with "Helping Arthur". Bill Hardy and King Ford both went to the semi-tinal in the oratorical declama- tion, Pat Stoddard was entered in the finals and Jack Kuhns in the semi-tinals in the original oratory division. llenry Mayer competed in the tinals in his division which was after-dinnei' speaking. All these people were chosen in a local contest bv the judges Miss Zelda Ander- son and Miss Helen Owen. Three students were chosen winners in the dramatic divi- sion, one oi' which was to go to Gothen- burg, two to Fort Collins. Only one ol' the oratorv group was allowed to go. Two members competing in the humor- ous section went to the district while one was sent to Gothenburg, Top left: Dramatic reading winners Esther Murrish, Betty Antonides, Orval VanLue and Virginia Tyler. Bottom left: Marcene Bailey, Richard Kuhlman, and Deanna Mastoris try their oratory in the local contest. ll if Q N use-4 65111 if ,,.... Top left Marianne Clark leads the majorettes Geraldine Ellyson Ceorglnla Toole and Nadine Ellyson Middle left Color guards are as follows Bull Speetzen Harry Brodbeck Rex McKam and Gordon Moody Bottom left The marching band parades ln the downtown dlstrlct Marchmg Band D1d vou ll0t1CG the unueuully ltrge crow ds of students who .attended the football of the nne splrlt of the student bodx posslbly lt xx ts the nlce weather How exer true these mtv be you w1ll lglbb that one of the re tsons th at so mam stu dents tulned out tor the gtmes was thtt they llked to keep up Wlth the populu d11lls plesented bv the svctx fixe plete 'fi lf' Top right Drum majorettes Marianne Clark Gerry and Bunny Ellyson and Georglnla Toole add sparkle to the marching band Middle right An other vlew of the majorettes Bottom A vlew of the marching band on the Held taken from the grandstand m llLll1llg band lNot onlx dld the band strlke the ldney ot the students but the Ellyson tvxlns, Nddlllh ind Gemldme, and beor Hmm Toole ploxed extlemelx populal as thes tNX1I'lLfl and strutted betole the bfmd Ill them th ll pultx clothes Also fxttmc txvelw flttned and extchmg the ewes ol the students was the drum m.11o1ette M ulanne Clfuk ln splte ot the fdet thftt the new un1 1011118 hxd not been purchased at that V ' A . ,ZZZZE ' f 1' tn? ul, Q . , A V43 -XJ 49 . g t - f og, L, , v r y k 1 : : , , , , . 2 .. . 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A ,Q X Q I sian if A xv 'Yi .P I Glu Q ' 1 4 X X' ,Vi 3, A 0 'JV a s Sp-I .nw fi Q , W7 Second Band The second band serves thiee puiposes It gives the freshman students an oppoi tunity to study instrumental pieces in large Uloups provides an opportunity for stu dents to finlsh the requirements for en trance in the first band and teaches the necessarv marching fundamentals for the fust band 'lhe second band is also under the direction of R Cedric Anderson For the first time in the history of both the first band and the second band they appeared in mass formation at the Cozad North Pltlte football game For this ap pearance the bands did not practice out side school Each band practiced in regu lar school perlods The second band meets fourth peiiod every dav The second band is much like the first band, both have tryouts which determine Top row Lustgarten Hyland Nosky Ultzes Llston Calhoon Richards Adams Wing Pou los Barnett Row two Berry Bauman Raetz White Scott Young Herbst Frye McNutt McNeel Row three Kaiser Carpenter Lmdenmuth Snyder M o o r e Copeland Pearsall Mlchener Row four Cedric Anderson Lay Speetzen Swan son Carpenter Nickels Mll roy Gummere Davidson Ger lun Bottom row Taylor Mc Evoy McKam Doran Relph Tabke Handley Abegg Left The three North Platte bands are gathered m one mass group at the North Platte Cozad football game The first band and the second band f the Senior High School and the Junior Hugh School band played These three bands united in the traditional pieces Onward North Platte and We re the Flghtlng Bulldogs At the front are Marianne Clark the majorette and Na dine and Geraldine Ellyson twm twxrlers for the first band Georglnla Toole swings out the second band while Marcia Sen bold struts for Junior High playlng position Thev are seated accord ing to achlew ement marks in their tryouts The second band has a large chart which tells where each student ranks in the band and gives his seatmg position On this chart a record is also kept of each student s advancement Forty five students enrolled in the organ 1L1t1on to put in a year of intensne prac t1ce IH order to win a coveted cha1r in the first band ind xx ear one of the new um Every week members of second band complete the lsslgnments which equip them to pass their techrlcal tryouts There IS a chart of exercises for each instrument VVhen the pl wer has reached a degree of perfection which satisfies Mr Andersons high standards he is ready for promotion to a hlgher chair in second band, or to first band lf there is an openlng there L r 0 . 3 1 , . . . 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Anderson has made quite 21 name tor itself, winning at "super- ior" rating' ut the district contest. Orches- tru is composed of all those enrolled in the eluss und the first ehuir players ot' the band to complete the orchestration. Del llonner, lon-ul violin instructor, assists Mr. Anderson with the strings und also re- zirranges 0l'CllCSl1'i1tl0IlS. Iizlrk ron: Xmlerson. ll. l'olll'n-3. llosforil, .loin-s, l'el4-rson, K. t'unrn-5, Dixon, l'l4'rsoll. Cooper. llill, llzniilsoll, llllI1'lil'l', Lain:- ford. liolxle. :incl td. Iillpson. Ron' tuo: NVQ-lls, liilrlon, liurlaiml, lluin-r, Nlivlil-m'r. htvuzlrl, hlliitlu-rs, Nlooily, Killian, l.:uliln-rl. tht nlnnx N 1 In "A ' t'llllI"1llI. I Illusion, Iiulins, Yost-ipkzi, Ilim-lu-y. 'I':i5- Yl x lor, Iii-nuns, vkoun, :ind ltlllllilillll. limi lllree: Ktllll' Top right: Tyler, Marshall, Stroud, ancl Tramp, the string quartette received a superior in both contests. This year the orchestra attended 'two clinics: one at Beatrice, on December sey- enth, eighth, und ninthg the other at Hold- rege, FClll'U2ll'j' ninth and tenth. North Platte was represented by Virginia 'l'yler, Pauline XVells, and Joy Trump ut the .l'iCllt1'lt't' clinic. Dorothy Dixon, Mary Selby, Arthur Salis- bury, Frank Hatch, Lziwrenee SCll2Ll'I1121illl. Virginia Tyler, June Stroud, I,uVertzt llritt, Verlu lIosl'ord, Rob Conrey, und Mary Kumugui attended the Holdrege clinic-. Miller, N-liznwnun, M. hulnzlgall. 4-ri-Iseli, R. Xzililhlslurlt, I-'or- sti-4lt, :mul Nornuin. lion' four: llailrh. Khulna. ll, !:iliIhlsltil'lt Smith. Xosl, Neallv. Noslu. :mil N. You-ilvku. lfrolit ron: Tyler Nlnrslizill, Slrnurl, Itritt, Snlislrilry Krzilisn-, Selby. lu-lly, 'Franny l"illln-galil. .llnl 'l'illmn-l'm:lll, 5 Top left The Madrlgal snngers Carr McCartney Tlxroclcmorton, Coursey Crosby Selby Hosfora McKown Sallsbury and Burton won a superlor ratmg ln tl1e dlstrlct contest Top right Throckmorton Smlthers Walton and Coursey won lhdlVldllE-ll. superlors 1n local contest lVIus1c Contest All exe1t111ff 11.11 111 the l1x1s ot loe.1l TYIUSI e1.111s v1.f1s 111111.11 M.11el1 tu eutx 11111 h .1s thex eompeted l01 l10IlOls 111 the loe.1l musle contest 'lhose chosen to 1ep1ese11t Nillth ll.1tte 111 CllNl.llLlQ e0mpet1t1011 llOI'Yl the l0e.1l C011 test 11e1e L0uell.1 W1lt011, lettw C0u1se1, V11g'1111.1 Tl'llOLk1'Yl01tOIl, I ll llrlIllX box oetete 3,111 s sextette, 111.1d11g.1l QIOUD, g,11l s t110, QXCOISIG VOSClIJkd, LX1thu1 btut lA1Cll LeR01 Reams, A1111.1 If blllltl'lC1S Allhul ScLllSlJulV BOIllllL lllc11Sl'1tll st1111g, qu.11tette el.11111et qu.11tette VNO0flVl1Hll qumtette, s.114oph011e qufutette lJldNS sex tette gul s glee elub, H11XCClLl'l01l1N,01Ll1CS .1, .llltl b.111 Bottom left Throclcmorton Walton Selby Antler on StaCkl'lOl.lS6 and Kelly compose the glrl s sex tette wlnnlng superior ln the cllstrlct contest Bottom rlght The boy s octette Balley, Carr Mc Cartney Hardy Meroney Salisbury Burk Apple gate, and accompanist Marshall Junlor Glee Clubs lt 1 011 l1.111pe111el to be 011 tllllll fl001 sex enth p6110ll, xou h ue p10b.1bl1 lltkilll vouthtul XOILOS 110111 tht 111us1e l00l'Y1 The Iumor Glee Clubs .ue Cllllg'Cl'ltlX Dlepdllllg' 101 .1d1.111eeme11t to 5811101 blee Club pl.1ees R Xl rl16Dlf10lI'I1 dueets these glee clubs fill U10 d.1xs oi the 11 ook the glllH meet xnhlle tvxo 0the1 d.11s .ue set .1s1de for the 01s O11 F11el.1x 0t e.1el1 week the mo QIOUIJN .110 eombmed 111t0 1 eh01us 'lhese el.1sses gne the NOILGN the neees s.111 t1.11111n'f needed to beeome SIIISICIS At the end oi e.1el1 semester the better dexeloped x01ees .ue eh0se11 lOl bQIl101 L ul s Glee Club .111d llllXLfl Cl101us 5 - 1 1 3 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 ! 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Q 137 lj . w-gQ?..3f5'ff V ,X -as L,, x-"WE Z R A - .A 3 i qiaphvv Q E S'-Ez" Q 2 ' 3 M 4 Kr KJ 7 ' v P- W I' :J ' xiii, A Q Q . , -4 A J . W f 1' ., ' . AQ F K - A I K! qx Q -. QE gh: ' an 5 is .2 1, 1 R . 5. Q I 4 1 I ., ?W lr'-f -lv 1 1 f as , ? 4k,' i . 1 Q gg X XA 3 , Q J 91 E M Q ' R f f S ' -. -1. .f -.,..., R, M " Q l 3 ,L 2 1:,?..q Q, figs . 'l'op row: liln-ight. su-4-lion ln-:uler f'ollrsl'A'. lllamisl Nlzlrshall. l'ul'h-r, June Ileilles. Kelly, Nlclliclml-I. Iiaulnin, Dish-I, flalrk. llicknmn. Wllitelln-sul. S1-1-mul run: Yollnu, Ninth:-il, 'l':lIImt. fllzllnllnzlll. section ln-zlller fllrtis, Johnson, llrinkn-nm. .hull-rson. seewultl I1':llll-I' Kiolllen, Neale. Iinrllell. Shlcliluxllse. 'I'llil'll ron: Kiley. lleniger. llnsl'ord. Nlilln-r ,Nl:n'lrlv, llnrlr:lru Xln-Knun. fus- lll-, Russ:-II. Ilronn. f0gN'lllIlll. Gormly, lilllms. l"llIll'lll ron: ftllllxllll, Nh-llunallll, .Xnlullilla-s, lh-al Nlrliown, -lolmnsen, lion!- ing. Iliulinucr. -lame Ih-im-s. Nlnsloris. Walluai, Cox. 52llIIllll'l'N. lgtlllhlll ron: Kunkel Sill. Rose, fzlllmlrn-Il, IN-l"lll'1-st. foomlu-. Nlilrln-ll, I"ilL1r:nll'icIi, 'I'llnu-knmrlml. Kumzluzli. llrzlkc. Fllillll. Girl's Glee Club The Girl's Glee Club of sixty-two selected voices was considered one ot' the best in the histo1'y of the school, and received a rating of excellent in the district music con- test. The contest, this year, was held in North Platte, which made it all the more exciting to music students. Probably the most important event, in which the Girlls Glee Club partook, was the Christmas assembly. 'l'op run: l.am-. lfrlstn. llcllel-kill. section lm-:ull-r lhirlnli, Feu- ner. l':lrl'. .hlllll1'2illl', Bla-Han. S0lt'Yll. section lezulcr HilI'llD'. Deana. ll. lla-uiger. I.:unrenr-e. li. nl'llllil'Illil. Sen-mul row: Kllllllll'jl'I'. I'riu-, 1'4m1n-r, Nlcl':ll'tln-y. l'nl4-lnaul, M1-l'0ll1'y, li0lI:e'l's. Ilrzm- nlnn. Salli-bury. Wilson, Xllen. xllll0IllN'l'5Il'l'. Ilil'sc'lll'el1l, llzlilnx. 'I'Ilil1l ron: falslle, Selby. lloslurd, Nlarsllull, l'nrl1-r. While- llcanl. liannin, Slclliclmel, fnursey, Krause, Sl lkrinkn-nm, Hu-sc. lhslel, llu-lunun. l'mlrlh ron: Nlalrhln-, Iznlllol, -Iollnsnn 'l'. lh-niuer, Uormly. Hinton. .xIlll1'I'NlHl, 1i0lIll'll. l'll:lpm:ln, sn-1 lion In-:uler Stan-klmuse, sm-1-lion lender Nlvlunxn, Broun, 'Izum- lleimw. lloltonl row: fox, Nlilclu-ll. Klllnalgali. Sllillll. l'uulnlu-, 1'r0slly, Rillilluer. Nklltoll, 'l'hrnekln0rIull, l"illpallrick. llrxl Sle- Knxvn. .XnIm1i1les. llel"ul'1-sl. The Choral Concert was given on Feb- ruary sixteenth. The grlce club's part in the program was known as "Harmony in Pastel". They sang three modern num- bers: "VVithout a Song", Vincent You- mans: "Over the Rainbow", Harold Arlen: and "Deep Purple", Peter DeRose. The Glee Club sang two selections in the Music Festival, April eleventh: "The Echo Song". twith a double chorus! Grieg:- Harrisg "A Snow Legend", Joseph Clokey. Normal Trainers Future teachers are the normal trainers. These students are in the junior and senior years. The XVood Bee Club is composed of senior normal trainers While the Knight- hood of Youth consists of Junior normal trainers. These clubs were organized in 1927 by Miss Florence Antonides, 'their helpful sponsor. As you go out the door each afternoon after school, you will notice two or three of the normal trainers busily selling candy and popcorn to raise money for club activities. jnffzee VOCATIONS GIRL RESERVES HI-Y PEP CLUBS Top left: Esther Murrish and Shirley lVlclVlurtry are serving their partners at the CLR.-Hi-Y party. Bottom left: Wood Bees sell candy and popcorn at the front entrance after school. Seventeen state examinations must he passed by normal trainers before they may receive a Third Grade Certificate permit- ting' them to teach in a rural school. It they are unfortunate and do not pass these, they must attend college two years to obtain their certificate. Several parties have been enjoyed by the normal trainers and their sponsor, Miss Antonides, Top row: loop.-r, W. Nlilli-r, kosmicki--lrm-a-un-r, Nia-l'nrmi1-k. Win-lan. Sli-lionalil. Young, i-'olcliert. 5l'l'lllltl row: l'vilZll1liI'il'ii. Hill, Xnm.:--xire-pi'esicIl'llt. Ni-Ison. lpton. Xl'ilson, Dia-nl-r. llam- sz-ll--pl'i'sills-nl. Tllirll ron: Bliss .hltonilli-s, Shulvr, lh'llllll'i1'l1l. I-'le-lcln-r. llimvm-rite-. l'orli-r. .L Miller. liunknitz. Bottom rum: Pi-ltoll. Ruse. I.. Hiller, l'vtvrsuxi-Ili-ws reporh'r, Isflllllillgl i ici'-pl'1-sill:-lil, l'1ln'l'ly-sm-l'i'Iary, I'i'l'liiIns-pn-siilvilt. Yllllllgllilll-. Future Farmers A new organization in school the last two years sponsored by Myron Rumery is known as The Future Farmers of America. They are a branch ot' the vocational agri- culture department. The otlicers for this year were as fol- lows: Rex McKain, president, Ronald Lewis, vice-presidentg Charles Leston, sec- retary: Leonard Priest, treasurerg Dale Joy, reporter, and Charles McKain, ser- geant-at-arms. The boys have participated in practice judging at Grant, Imperial, and Curtis. ln the Kearney invitation judging contest, the dairy team composed of Rex McKain. I.aVern Meyers, and Walter Grithth placed third. North Platte was host to the Western State District contest. Many high honors were won by the boys. The dairy team composed of Glenn Phelps, LaVern Mey- ers, and Rex Mc-Kain placed third. The livestock team placed third in all classes and second in hogs. Members of this team were as follows: Gordon Saul, Loren Jack- son, and Clarke McKain. Milo Janecek placed second in North Platte and Kear- ney in public speaking. Rex McKain won Iirst in individual judging and will com- pete next October in the national contest to be held in Kansas City. Lexington has invited them for an invi- tation contest May first. The most import- ant social mecting of the year was the banquet held November fourteenth. Honor guests were the boys' parents. Miss Zelda Anderson and the Reverend J. A. Houston were guest speakers. Top right: Charles lVlcKain, Dale Joy, Charles Liston, Leonard Priest, and Rex McKain, president of the F. F. A., are judging samples of field corn at a meeting of the F. F. A. officer. Grain judging is one of the important phases of the course. Bottom right: These freshman vocational agriculture students, Bob Mason, Herman Priest, Durward Tablce, and Eugene Han- sen are busy at work in the shop where they have shop work four periods out of each week. Here tehy are using the forge. I.:-ft lop run: Nlr. ltlllm-ry. Null. l'riu-st. Phelps, I.. Jacksoll. t'lau'ke ll:-Rain. t'h:lrles H4-lxain, Q' .l:l1'lt- son. Milhlle ron: Czllliolln, li Rh-Rain, Stu-nga-r. Lewis. I.. NI:-31-rs. Veils:-, l'llvlps. Wilson ll0ll0Ill lun: Nl. 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Nl-lsllll, Xlcllllllallll. l.:lllllll-rt, Tlllllll, .Xlltllllllll-s. x I51llil'l'. llililil, Sl'lllll'l'l'l', .'Illl'l'I', l,ll'lll'lll1lli'. Girl Reserves Informal initiation ol' new G. R. members opened the year with a lot of screaming and shuddering. The committee required initiates to wash their hands ill worms. tThey really weren't worms, but they Cel'- tainly felt like ith. So opened the first gate in September of the Gateway theme 'toi- lowed by G. R. this year. A dill'erent gate opened for every month: October, sportsg November, books, December, serviceg January, rhythmg Feb- ruary, friendshipg M ar C h, sociabilityg 8, all ml l it ILllf ill olll l F ll k Rl Wlussl ll Nlllll l H ll lv lr lll lollll l Nh ll llll Ill ll tl lll H lll lll Y N lll ll XOII ll lll lull lllll ll 5lllIllllN ll lllll l ml l ll ll lll -. lll lllllll N4 ll ls oll soll. - llllg. . 2 'l -ll - 2 4 ' roll: .al ', . nl, o 'l lll lll ll l ll lllllp l lxollll s ll son s ull Oll l1.l ll l lll0l1'l' . ' l- ll- :ll l 0 olll l' ': ,' lillH'l'i . 'a 'l Nl sllll ll lllgl l l I IXI lllllllllll I lliollll x lll lllll llllll s ll l - . . l- . . A ril accomplishments' and M ly, ht close. For each of these months a devotional was held, also some kind of sotial Lllltl- tainment such as a mother-daughter lunch- eon, matinee dances, G. R.-Hi-Y party chil- drens Christmas party, box supper and o end the years attivities, a sellior :farc- vxell breakfast. G. R. fulfills the three needs ot' 1 girl: the spiritual, the sotial, and the physical. The physical need is fulfilled by working: on committees and earning' a letter by exercise ill sports outside ot' the organiza- tion. Top left G R gxrls gave a Christmas party for the clty s underprlvlleged chlldren who are seen playmg games m the cafeteria Second left G R upper classman, Angeline Lam bert and Frances Poulos are feeding bananas to blmd folded novices at the mformal lnltlatlon Third left G R gurls entertain their mothers at the annual mother daughter banquet Betty Honey well and mother watch the camera Bottom left Meeting ln the G R room are the cabinet members and their sponsors, Mass Dlsbrow, Miss 0Rourke, and Mnss Wllson Top right Lorraine Lammcrs and Anna Frances Smlthers dancing at the Heart Sisters box supper Erdlne McMichael looks at the camera Second rlght Mariel Brmkema auctloneers boxes at the annual Heart Sisters box supper Some f the girls buy boxes for others Thlrd right Esther Murrlsh and her mother, Anna Frances Smlthers and her mother are seated t the speakers table Bottom rxght Maxine DeForest presides at the meetmg at which Mrs J B Redfield told of her trlp to Canada " in-in -4 ew 1, . . . 7 N I - N - . ' 0 . . . - - - V . . a N Q , 'gf' 4 l 4 5, s . I I . ' 4 -4: Q lt 3, I ' j 4 L . - -4 4 f' 'z f - X a . ' L' iw " Q. ' l K l s 77 Top left: Mr. Wilson, Jack Kuhns, Mary E. Guther- less, Carl Mehlman, and Mr. Landstrom at the sepakers' table at the Hi-Y March luncheon. Second left: Davidson, Landstrom, Hirschfeld, Kuhns, Speetzen, Frye, and Johnston discuss Hi-Y problems at a meeting of the cabinet. Third left: As they stand in a swat line one morn- ing before school, the new members are informally initiated into Hi-Y. Bottom left: Bob Johnston and .lack Kuhns light candles for the Hi-Y formal initiation. Bob John- ston, Bill Speetzen, Bob Tucker, and Eugene Cal- hoon watch. Top right: Hi-Y boys listen to Mr. E. D. Weider talk about guns and exhibit many old-timers at the March meeting. Second right: Mothers of the Hi-Y members helped serve many dinners and luncheons this year. Those mothers have finished their duties. Third right: Hi-Y boys are being served by some of their mothers at a six o'clock dinner. This was a regular Hi-Y meeting. Bottom right: Sixty boys attended the banquet held in the cafeteria. The main speakers were boys who attended the state convention. l l P Top ron: Hr. Lamlslroln, Salisbury. ltirk, lh'o1lln-ell, farr. Spa-ellen. Nnleln. llzuillsnu. Nlernllep. l'ilm:lu. llllskirk. llalll-.sq-ll. s 'I':l5Ior eeolul ron: ll'ri::llI. Kellogg, 'l'llelyel', lfrislo, lforstevlt, Halle-lllillll. fzllluooll. fu'-Iling. I"l'Q'lll'i1'l'Q. Saulfnrll. Vote. Hin- ehester. llineln-3. Hr. Wilson. Third row: l'aul, IDu'l'empI". lrye, Jnlnes, Nlel'al'lln'5. N. Smith. .X Smith, Xpplegille. hil- Hi-Y Club Hi-Y, a junior branch ot' the Young Men's Vhristian Association, is sponsored by lvan Wilson and Maynard Landstrom. Its otli- eers are Jack Kuhns. president, Paul llav- idson, vice-presidentg Franeis Frye, secre- tary-treasurerZ and cabinet members Hill Allen, llill Speetzen, Hob Johnston, and Leonard Hirsehfeld. Their slogan is "Clean speech, clean sports, elean scholar- ship, and elean living." Hi-Y was opened on September 15, 19319, but the 'formal initiation was not held until November seventh when a banquet tor titty was given. lli-Y is an organization which builds spiritually as well as soeially and physi- eally. They alternate luneheons with devo- tionals, they entertain their mothers at the annual mother-son banquet, they assist the poor as well as the eommunity by giving Christmas baskets, a new idea they worked out this year was 'tdate night", they took their girls to the roller skating rink. To earry out their health program and to stress clean sports they chose four basket- ball teams eaptained by Paul Davidson, Hob Johnston, Jack Kuhns, and George Voseipka. This is the first year anything ot' the sort has been attempted. lt was very sueeesstul and they are planning on the same idea next year. A devotional meeting was held April nineteenth at whieh Mr. Gessie, district secretary-'treas- urer had eharge. The local chapter do- nates ililtltl annually to the district. '79 more. Hayes, .Ulu-ll. Hailey. Ilol.ln, llil'-rlitelll Fourth ron: White. Selmoleraft. liuhus. 1'aIhoon. Xoslty. ht-nm-5. l.anzut'or:I. fooper. Splinter. Haskins, hlellu. l'rye, NltNuIl Ilottom run: l.IlHl!III'll'll. Iizlss. -lung. l'itll-r, Killian. Olson. Xlzluners.liriilues. llfllllll. ilorris. Nluyer, l'oulos, htlilliallllie. tmbte. The lli-Y soeial aetivities we1'e 'topped by the Hi-Y-G. Ii. party. At 7:30 the boys and girls were blindfolded and taken into the eafeteria and given partners whieh were to be kept throughout the evening. The G.R. served the luneh ol' apple pie. iee eream, and ehoeolate. l.ate in the evening the program got under way when Mariel llrinkema and Joan llridges put on a "llrenda and t'obina" skit. Sinee it was leap year, they had a moek wedding with Lelloy Reams as the bride and "Red" .lung as the groom, Mary lillen tlutherless played the piano, and as there were some pies left they were auctioned otl' tor the benefit of the cause. The Ili-Y attended 'two eonventions this year. The tirst was held at lloldrege. Nebraska, in November. Nr. l.andstroni. Jack Kuhns. l,2ll1l llavidson, lfraneis Frye. llill Speetzen, llob Johnston, llill Allen. and Leonard lIirsehl'eld attended. They were gone one day, and during that day they eompared their elub work with others in the distriet. illeetings were held for the dillerent otlieers in order to get new ideas and learn the duties. A banquet, itollowed by a program, was enjoyed in 'the evening. The other convention was held in l.in- coln. Nebraska, in l"ebruary. The boys engaged in a diseussion on eurrent prob- lems. For recreation, they attended the CJklahoma-Nebraska basketball game and danees. On this two-day trip, llob John- ston, llob lfristo, Franklin lilerony, ller- bert IluTemple, llill Allen, and Clyde llaul attended. Mr. Landstrom aeeompanied as ehaperon. V Wm Y YYYY7 Top left ln full uniform for a home football game Flfty membexs of the Pep Club llned up at the south end If the stadium before a football game Center left Joan Castle IS slgnxng her name to the lust of the Pep Club members who are gettlng their money refunded on the Pep Club sweaters Bottom left Betty Dahlgren Fvelyn Bradley Bonme Mar hall and Ann Crosby helped to ralse the total of c ndy sales by doing their share of selling at the football games Top rxght Gage Hammond .lack Hmchey Angeline Lambert Francis Hunt and Phyllis Anderson were among those who attended the Pep Club Football pa ty given by the Pep Club Center rxght The luncheon which was served dur xng the course of the evennng at the Pep Club Football party was enjoyed immensely by all those who attended Bottom right Betty Dahlgren and Maxine Stuthelt Fund something amusing while eating at the annual Pep Club banquet which .vas held at the Pawnee Hotel ' v 2 X, 1 f' Q k X Q J, . 3 ' .A g' f 35x . C Vg hx' w Q : . , . 2 , . Y . . W . A , . , . l r , ' . - I 9 -' v I 3 ' I 30 Pep Clubs XVearing' blue and white uniforms with llulldogs emblazoned on sweaters, Pep Clnb members remind the school that North Platte is competing on days of athletic events. Forty-six girls and four boys served in Pep Club and the members elected 'these otlicers: Helen Mae Anderson, president: lflsther Murrish, secretaryg Beverly Golden, vice-president. Miss Zelda Anderson, Miss Shirley Potter, and Miss Margaret Baker sponsored the club. The Pep Club maintains a membership ot' titty, twenty-live are Junior Pep Club members, the other twenty-five are Senior Pep Club members. A member must be a junior member one year before eligibility to senior membership. All oflicers are lhoxe lop ron: llosforol. Ilrinlu-mn, lieth. Cnllmun, Nlelliellnel, 1om'l'A. Lunnin. Xl1'lllll'll'j', Slllllieit. Set-oml row: Xlilrhell. lox. hvlionn-r, ioln-in-rs. Ilnhluren. Wilson, Kounoxsky, Schaf- Ier. liollom ron: Ilel"ul'e-1, U1-il, tizlrrisnn, Nlnhlooll, hllllius- lyirly. Q-llllion, .hlllersolp Kose. chosen from the Senior Pep Club in the spring. One of the outstanding events ot' the year in which the Pep Club partici- pated was the drill with the lland at the Gothenburg football game. Alter rising' early every morning' for a long' period ot' time and spending' tedious hour in drilling, they presented the finished product at Gothenburg. There is an annual contest for selling' football season tickets in which 'the Pep Club girls compete with the football boys. Because they lost this year, the Pep Club gave a dinner-dance in the cafeteria 'lor the boys. ln the really serious work oi' the year ot' selling' candy, popcorn, and gum. 576.152 was cleared. The cheer leaders are also a part ot the Club. They have initiated several new yells that have become quite popular. llelnu lop ron: .huh-rson. Iizumnn-rs Ilrmllep. liollleu. Iliclymzm I.:uY1-Ile. Nlarsllall, Suzlnelltl, Castle. lin'--ell. Se:-oml roni Xzlelnllallb, 'l':lllllll, lhallnlmu, l'Il'l'i:Iit. lh-ines, l'itch. Pnulo- lielph. liollovn roxy: I-'itlpzltric-k, .Xnlonidn-s, llrinlues. lh-Ich I'nIlon, l'ampbell. IM-im-r. Slnrrish. l'rosliy. .,,, Jayvee Football The second team, capably coached by J. Darwin Elder, completed the gridiron season by winning two games, losing four, and tieing one in a scoreless game. They also served as a practice squad for the Varsity team. Encountering the second teams of the larger towns, or the first teams from the smaller schools, the second team had a lot of fun even if they didn't always come out on top, Twenty-two men won oflicial second team letters, a gold felt NP. Those who received the emblem were Charles Heider, Jim Gates, centers, Bill Corporan, Bob Ford, Jim Bridges, Albert Taylor, guards, Francis Porterfield, Gayle Gullion, Charles Watkins, Dwain Esseley, Donald Bennett, tackles, Glen Ridinger, Jim James, Melvin James, Bill Blood, ends, John Brandon, Harold Chapman, Henry Mayer, Junior Anderson, Leonard Pierson, L e o n a r d Hirschfeld, Harvey Stroud, backs. 1939 MIDGET FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 0l'I'0NI'IN'l' SCORE I'I..tYl'Ih Sent. 27, Gothenburg 15 N 0 Uvl. 5. Lexington 13 B 04-t. 12. liotln-nhnrg 0 X Oct. 17, furtls 152 N 014. "-I Lexington G N I I I 01-t. S0 Curtis l N l'. l'2 In-re Top row: lflllingson, Bolan, Svllll, Cole-, xvllllflllltltll, Iln'I'empIl-' "ore 9 Co n-lnml . Cul Io ln, ' ool . Sc-1-oml row: H. Seams I .l dl. I . I. I l Ifl I I Hisey, Howard, Dowhower, C. Wilson, Hn-rhst, Morris, Weil, l'l0l'klllll. Bottom row: -lung, Burrell, Goble, Buss, Frye, Hill, Adams, I'c-te-rs, Nelson. azceaagw FOOTBALL BASKETBALL TRACK G. A. A. Top left: Ted Clark, poised on one foot, has hurled the discus 127 feet for his best throw of the season. Midget Football Challenging the smaller teams of six sur- rounding towns, the Midgets coached by Roy Mayer, won one and tied one of 'the six starts. Twenty of the pups were privileged to receive gold felt letters: Vernon Bass, Bob Beans, Bill Blood, Tom Bolan, Lawrence Calhoun, Steve Cole, Jerry Ellingson, Wil- mer Forstedt, Don Frye, Bob Gilmore, Harold Goble, Ed Hisey, Bob Hokum, Bill Howard, Russell Morris, John Skinner, Boyd Thayer, Morant Waltemath, Lester Weil, Don Winchester. Varsity Football Contributing new pages to the annuals of North Platte football, the Bulldogs cli- maxed the 1939 season by yanking a final victory from Omaha on Thanksgiving Day. Approximately fifty-eight boys went out for iirst team the tirst of September. From this group twenty-one were selected to play on Varsity and nine were named to Reserves. Although many were new recruits to the team, they soon became experienced under the capable guidance of Coach VVil- son, assisted by Keith Neville and VVillard Newbery. Their competent captain was Ted Clark, a senior. Fighting hard for the Blue and Gold, the Platters freely admitted that Scotts- bluff gave them the most strenuous battle ot' the season. After winning tive of the seven conference games, they tlnally re- linquished the Southwest Conference cham- pionship to McCook, which lost only one of its seven games. However, out of a total ol' eleven scraps, North Platte lost Top row: "Skip" Neville, Miller. Strauss, II:-onks, Downing, llardp. Iiirk. famlea, fum-ll Ililsun. Seeoml ron: Ili-kay, l'al- lmon, Xlellonallil. l'lark. Lincoln, Applegate, l.llIl1.2'l'lIl'll. SclmI'l'er. 'I'hird ron: llillnore, Wilson, llllIYI't'lll'l'. Meyers, llnnt, Ilammoml, hilem, ustin. Iiotlom ron: Laine, linnnlle. l'olein:ln, Younu', l'llII'll, Ilnulmwer. Nelson, Beans. only three. In addition to proving their spirit on the gridiron, the Bulldogs demonstrated their salesmanship ability in a ticket selling contest with the Pep Club girls. After losing the contest the girls feted 'the boys at a dancing party. Appropriately ending the season was the annual football banquet attended by the boys and invited guests. Previous to this time, Bill Strauss had been unanimous- ly elected 1940 captain. After playing five entire quarters, each member was privileged to receive the tirst team gold chenille letter. These were Ted Clark, Arthur Lincoln, Harold McKay, Dean Candea, Alden Nelson, Wayne Gil- more, Floyd Applegate, Robert Brooks, Bill Strauss, Jack Langford, Francis Hunt, Lloyd Dowhower, Eugene Calhoon, Bill Hardy Robert. Beans, Ronald SchaIl'er, Roland ixieyei-S, Gage Hammond, 1:01, Wil- son, Melvin Miller, Hugh Mcllonald, .lack Coleman, Blaine Young, King Ford, Calvin Solem, Frank Lane, Ellis Burton, Arthur Birk, Bill Bundle, Douglas Lawrence. si n sselx se llll on opus ex no , -' -. , ' zu- lmsotsln :nn noll xs ion: ' ron: N -Nleekin, uni is .ni '. 'r' 4- . Bottom low ni IIIL1I u I nl . "oral, -is e '. 'ulge r e ' ' e , I. Jzuney. Top row: Jackson, assistant ennclu. Wright, t'orpor:ln, l'hristen- .1 , lfl ,', ll. Ko , lla 'Il , R '-' . li-, lds l'unsl to uh Elder. Second row: Amlerson, 'l'a3lor, times. Sanforal, lh-nm-tt. .la -. '. Fl '-y, III , IC .t- . 'I'luilnl I1 l'iere-on. l'l t-. Hep 'l',. l'lmpman. Slfllllll. ll I uns lh sehlalxl I ' 'Z l"l' ."". li ll'lln, Ilrzl lull, II I llc Il lil' s, Po I xli lil I s l , l Q ,- CV , ,ff Q ,. ,fx g- I f IPC Ill NxX ,. n 1 n m v x ni N ii in is in 4 IW XNN ROISI' K1 1 l suplumlxmi X . hc H 1 im il ,. 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OPPONENT SCORE Imperial Cambridge Kearney Gothenburg Lexington McCook Ogallala Curtis Scottsbluff Cozad Omaha North North North North North North North North North North North 1939 SECOND TEAM FOOTBALL SCH OPPONENT scoRE Stapleton Curtis Gothenburg Gothenburg Lexington Ogallala Curtis North North North North North North North 85 Platte Platte Platte Platte Plane Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte Q- NTR tl NN ISII I 1 11 1111 1111 1 N xlll 1 WI Il NON IHII! 1 1 1 111N111 1 1 N 11111 11 111 1111 1111 1111 I Ullll 1 N 1 1 11111 N1 Ill UNI' N 1 1 1111 11-1 -1 1 1111 11 llt ll ll 1 11 N 1 1 I N'l'l Ill' NT WI XX tt I' RN 11l 1NNN11 1 1 1 111 lllll 1 N I IIIIIIKIII1 N fn. 1 N 1939 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE SCORE PLAYED AT EDULE SCORE Imperial N01-tl-1 Platte North Platte Gothenburg Lexington McCook Ogallala North Platte North Plane North Platte North Platte PLAYED AT North Platte Curtis North Platte Gothenburg North Platte Ogallala North Platte Varsity Season After p1l1ng up elght v1ctor1es and takmg three losses the North Platte Bulldog closed another successful gr1d1ron season ln 1939 Cla1m1ng the1r first uctory from Imper1al w1th a score of 19 to 6 the Bulldogs ex hlblted a ragged llneup plus a lot of poten t1al ab1l1ty Bob Wllson d1splayed some fine blocklng and Candea tossed most of the passes Barely makmg the grade IH the battle on the local grldon w1th Cambrldge a lat eral pass from Meyers rece1ved by Schaf fer resulted 111 the only touchdown 111 the entlre game for elther Slde The Bulldogs really swung out Wlth some hot playlng when the Kearney Bearcats challenged them here Not only d1d the team prevent the Bearcats from scormg but they contrived to make three spectacular touchdowns Exemphfymg the fightlng sp1r1t 1n the second quarter Wll son I6CQlV9d a pass and doggedly lugged the p1gsk1n and three we1ghty Bearcats dellvered the other two touchdowns and Hammond favored the boot for the extra po1nt Top left Hammond ls coming around the end k m Second left Tony Wilson makes a plunge rou d d by I r The bltter chlllmg breeze from the north on the nlght of October 13 seemed to have no negat1ve effect on the Bulldogs efii clency at Gothenburg In1t1at1ng a long march down the field Hammond toted the ball from the 40 yard l1ne to the 50 yard lme McKay then lugged the p1g skln mto pay dlrt McKay Meyeis Hammond Wllson and Candea were all prommently 1nstrumental IH accumulatmg the w1nn1ng po1nts of 40 to O Another sure vlctory was ga1ned at the annual tr1mm1ng of the Lex1ngton M1Hut6 men Meyers was apparently helplng ev erywhere whlle speedmg around and mak 1ng a few touchdowns All the vim vlgor and v1tal1ty of the Bulldogs was rendered futlle at the charge aga1nst the McCook Blson on the1r stamp 1ng ground The Bison proved themselves to be experts 1n aerial work whxch cen tered on the shlfty Jerry Carpenter In the first five plays McCook tallled a touchdown The first time North Platte got the ball Hammond dashed from the 45 yard lme on an off tackle play and crossed the goal l1ne Suspense at the half North Platte finally gamed the lead by one polnt when suddenly a bullet llke pass from Capenter to Grant gave McCook a Top rght Roland M yers IS skillfully evading S tt bl ff lu Sec d ght Gra png the ball IS A mstrong of Cu I e Bu d g e d lay ' 9 K L, i . S , . . . 7. . , H , ' , Q . . . , , l I ld u , - u , s , U I 1 ' l . l - . . . . a l 1 A l I GC 77 ' u . - s v L A . ' . . t 1 i . ' ' I 1 over the goal line- Meyers and Wilson was terrific due to the 13 to 13 score. , . n , - : . ' I i : e i 0 0 While Rice of Scottsbluff P"ePal'e5 to lac le hl - three ferocious Bearcats in the co s u sr ggle. : ' B D on ri : s i ' r the end closely followe ng am of Kearney. r is while thr e ll o s clos in to e him, 86 Top left Francns Hunt boots the ball for an extra polnt at the Omaha game Bottom left Hammond plows with the plgslnn while Meyers defends hlm from the Curtis Aggies lead w1th a final score 25 to 20 For the first t1me 1n football hlstory, the Bulldogs confronted the Ogallala Indlans on the grldlron Several of the first eleven were dlsabled or 1nel1g1ble Th1s lack of power was eyldent 1n the first three quar ters In the fourth quarter the team re xlved by the 1n1t1at1ve of McKay Candea and Schaffer gave the Indlans a good old fashloned scalplng wlth the final score of Defe It darkened the Bulldog s trlumphs the fatal day Curtls swept 1n a serles of 9XClt1llg' plays at the Armlstlce Day battle The Aggies xnltlated a peppy start of 13 points 1n the first half Promlnent player for the A2,tt:,l8S was the Alert Homan bov who made an average galn of four and a half yards each tlme the plgSk1Il flew h1s wav Unfortunately the Bulldogs were 1n the doghouse and falled to even show thelr teeth Lady Luck agaln stacked the cards for our loss lll the scrap wlth the Scottsbluff Bearcats The closest a Bulldog got to the goalpost occurred when Hammond caught the klck off and galloped up to the Bear cat s 29 yard l1ne Thereafter the Bulldogs took a telrlfic beatlnff from the Bealcats Top right Wlth the K arney Bearcat surroundnng hxm Meyers snags a pass and pauses before mal: Ing a dash Bottom right After an end around play Schaffer brings ln a touchdown at the Cambridge game The sun shone br1ght once more for the team when It made hay out of the H'1V makers on our own arena 'lhe Bulldogs mdulged Ill a serles of field length din es whlch were made wlthout effort through the Sfflllgj l1ne of Cond The deal was clnched by a 26 to 0 score lll our favor Dressmg the reason up wlth a fin ll spxcx finlsh on Thanksglung Day the boys tore the stufflng out of the Om xha Vlklngs whlch was lntercepted bv llI'lC0lll and calrled for a touchdown The VlklnQ'S came across for a score ln the thlrd pellod In the last quarter Hammond dehvered the ball again and Hunt booted the three extra po1nts 1040 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DATE September September October October O t ber October N v mb November November OPPON ENT Grand l land Camb ldg Kearney Gothenburg Le x gton McCook Curtis Cozad Hastings PLACE No th Platte Cambridge Kearney North North North North Cozad North Platte Platte Platte Platte Platte X . : ' ' : ' e 5 ' . , - . ' ll ' ' If u s - I I ' u u : - Q , I . . ' f L . - S ' ' L . ' Q l S 1 tl . W Yr' . . . A - - L . Y . - r 1. y S 1 s 1 n u 7 ' ' r 1' ' - I ' ' ' Ac . C vc K- Lvn , I - l ,V I ' Y J 1' I -v ' ' ' ' , l sk- S v f 2 .1 ' vv . - K A . 7. v 1 . l . . K - , '-A - ' Z . . 20 to 0, Huffstutter of Omaha fumbled a pass, 2 ' ' Q l - , J ' . . ' .N . ' i A . .L . i. ' r r' Y L U , A D . 7 K I , , ' sc ' ' H .nl . ' V1 ll hu ' sn , H ' , ' . , zo 5 r 1 V . A . ' 27 r' e ' . . . I. 4 ' S . " ll r ' A' I 1 c 0 18 x'n ' - - 22 . ' Y . o e er ll ' t ' ' n l n ' ' O ' t . 21 ' 87 'Aff Top left The Midgets battle Curtis twlce urlng the season Top right Actlvltles tickets owners are gettmg the dope from the Round Up before the game Second left The Bulldogs at the Scottsbluff game are warmmg up Second right Hxsey and Aboe are the two boys ln charge of the score board at the football game hlrd left On the sndelxnes Slup Neville Coach Wilson Dr Waltemath J D Elder C F Wright and some of the squad watch the play xntently at the Omaha game Thxrd right ln scrimmage between Varsity and Reserves Dowhower Wilson, and Young charge ln on the blocking back Bottom left ln the Scottsbluff game Hammond returns the lnckoff for a. 60 yard gam Bottom rnght Ed Hxsey tries for a pass m tlxe Gothenburg Midget game . K 4 , . 1 Q 5 ,- 3 , , .4 - 1 I .. I 7 A . I . . . da 4.-an ', ' I , . , . . , . . , - U I H . . z . . Y 'Y . 1 z Y SS Varsity Basketball Opening the basketball season with their customary ferocious growling, the Bull- dogs snatched a victory of 40 to 34 from the Ogallala "Redskins" on December fifteenth. Dishing out a rough and tumble game at the beat of 36 to 28, the Platters de- feated those Ord boys in a melee in which Ted Clark was especially active. A day later the team got the worst of the 21 to 15 blitzkreig here when Sidney slashed through for too many baskets. Making their first journey out of town to Cozad, the Bulldogs came yelping home after being struck by the Haymakers with a 43 to 39 score. This was Captain Roland Schafferts first basketball game since he received a head injury playing football. The McCook Bison trampled the boys down 31 to 14 on North Platte's court January twelfth. Holding their own until the last, the Platters tinally gave in to a loss of 29 to 26 in the pow-wow with the Lexington Minutemen. Hunt was the outstanding defender of the Blue and Gold while Schaff and Minger did most of the scoring for Lexington. Contracting the team of Casper, Wyo- ming, for the first time in school history, the Platters tripped out to the "land of the sagebrush" on January twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh. Tough opposition was offered by the Westerners who won both of the games with the respective tallies, 60 to 18 and 29 to 16. Stealing the honors for the Casper team were Valker and Hendrickson. Schaffer and Hammond threw most of the baskets for North Platte. Rallying together for a victory on the Curtis Aggie's court, the boys swung out with a close score of 25 points to their 23. Scrapping on the Kearney gym February ninth, the Bulldogs were clawed up 15 to 24 by the Bearcats. Wiseman was espe- cially valuable to the Kearney team. The Dusters of Holdrege were not cleaned out by any sweeping defeat on their gym February sixteenthg up until the last few playing minutes, the scores were equal. Hammond luckily saved the day for the Bulldogs when he made a free throw. Bothered considerably by McAferty plus the rest of the tall, blond Swedes at Goth- enburg, the team managed to scrape up four less points than they did. Again lacking the needed school spirit and cooperation, the boys met defeat at the paws of the Hastings Tigers. Speetzen tried to fill the gaps but Hartman of Hast- ings was instrumental in piling up their 33 winning points. With Langford leading the scoring in the Class A District Tournament at Mc- Cook, North Platte defeated Cozad in the second round by 26 to 17. In the semi-finals, the Platters tallied 27 to 7 points against Curtis, but in the finals the Bulldogs were beaten by the Mc- Cook Bison 29 to 13. Speetzen led out with high scoring in both of these battles. Unfortunately North Platte was elim- inated in the first round of the state tour- nament by Sidney with a win of 42 to 20. 1939-40 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ll,Yl'l'l 0l'I'0Nl'lNT'S SFURIC N,l'. I'I..KYl'IIl ' Ogulluln 'S I I0 Tl Ord 8 R4 ll Ndno-y I Il l'oziul I S H TI Nlcfook ll I I ll l Q-xl gi II 0 Il 4 I no I i 1l 4 I in I4 'll l tl R Tl it v 1 i TI ll I I pr I I I 4 ll l L I8 ll ll tl nr 1 I 'I Rulmld Sclmif Lnuzu Hunnno I B N Top left Speetzen smks a basket for North Platte whnle Stuckey and Davidson guard Hunt and Speetzen Top center The hoopster for St Pat s IS Smith Small and Dobson are trylng to keep the Jayvees from getting the ball Top rxght Agaln Schaffer hits the hoop whlle Jacobson and Speetzen watch with mouths open Second left Waltmg to retrieve the ball Langford watches Llncoln add to the Bulldogs score Second center Hunt stands erect wxth arms out stretched after maknng two pomts for the Platters Schaffer IS comlng ln from the side Second right ln a w1ld tussle for the ball nn the Westover seem to be about an even match Bottom left Laurels were spllt three ways ln the battle royal at the half of the Gothenburg game The fighters nn the pxcture are Joy, Law, Calhoun, and Cooper Bottom rlght On the defense are Hammond and Lmcoln at the Ord game Hurlbeck and Carlson are following ln for Ord after the Bulldogs have made a basket l 4: n v ' ' - ' - - ' Gothenburg game, Schaffer, Speetzen, Miller and .: Y , 90 Jayvee Basketball Composed of sophomores and juniors, the Jayvee basketball team finished its best record in several years. J. Darwin Elder coached this team which played the first teams of the small towns and the second teams of the larger towns in this area. Players who received letters at the end of the season were Dale Cushing, Earl Dean, Bob Gilmore, Charles Heider, Eu- gene Hein, Bob Hockum, Jim James, Mel- vin James, Don Pitman, Bob Redmond, Vincent Smith, Bill Straus, Harvey Stroud, Edward Thornburg, and Bernard Young. Dale Cushing and Harvey Stroud were pro- moted to the Varsity basketball team be- fore the season was over. When Hershey invaded North Platte's court January fifteenth, a closely fought game ended 22 to 21 in favor of the Platters. An extra period was played. The Jayvees ran the Sutherland Sailors down 28 to 20 on January thirtieth on a hard battle played on the Sailor's court. O'Fallons, Lincoln County champions in basketball, bowed in defeat to the Jayvees on February first with the score 32 to 22. The Gothenburg Reserves on February twentieth were completely routed by the lopsided game ending 27 to 8. Redmond was high-point man for the Jayvees. One of the toughest games for the Jay- vees was chalked up when 'they clashed with the St. Pat players on February twen- ty-third. F rosh Basketball Starting with new material Coach Roy Mayer brought the Frosh through a hard season with four victories and five defeats. In the first game played December six- teenth with St. Pat's Midgets at North Platte, the Bullpups emerged victorious 17 to 11. Cook of St. Pats was outstand- ing. However, they were defeated in their next three games. December twenty-sec- ond the St. Pat's Midgets turned the tables and defeated the Frosh 15 to 8. January second the McCook freshman came to North Platte and rode over the Bullpups 21 to 12. Gull took the honors for the Bisons. The Frosh at Tryon, Jan- uary twenty-fifth, met defeat 22 to 9. Solem was high-point man for North Platte. In a close and thrilling game, the Bull- pups defeated the Curtis Frosh, February second, but when the Frosh went to Kear- ney, February ninth, they were beaten 26 to 15. Morris was high-point player for North Platte. February fourteenth the Cozad Frosh invaded North Platte's court. The Platters defeated them 27 to 11. Anderson, Cole, and Solem held the limelight for North Platte. Again the Bullpups defeated Co- zad's Frosh February twenty-third at Cozad 30 to 21. In their last game, St. Pat's Midgets defeated the Frosh 24 to 14, February seventeenth. 1939-40 FROSH BASKETBALL SCHEDULE lI.VI'I4I ol'l'oNlf:x'r's SUORIG N.l'. l'l..n'lf:lr Der. IG St. l'alt's Nlillgets II I7 llg-rg lle1'.?l'5 St. l'all's Mlchrels I' 8 llg-rp Jun. 'S Nh-l'ook Frm-slmmn I I'5 Ill-rv -Iun. '55 Tryon 9 TIN., lf:-ln. 12 I'urtIn Ifrosln I '36 The-rv Feh. II Ke-urmly Frosh -li I5 'l'ln-rp lfvll. II Foziul Frosh II '37 Ilvrv F1-h. '33 1'1mnI Frosh 'II 30 Tln-re Fe-h. IT St. I'nl's Mldgc-Is '25 II Ili-rv 1939-40 JAYVEE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE IIATE Ill'l'0Nl'lN'l"S SCUIHC N.l'. l'L.KYI'Ill Da-1-. I5 Ognllauln Reserves I0 23 'l'In-rv Dec. '30 Wellflvel. I8 TBI Here- -lun. 9 foziul Res:-l'v1's I 'P' Th.-r -lun. It! Nlnvwell Il II Herm- Jnn. I5 Ill-rsln-y l nan. -lun. III Lexington Rl'S1'l'll Il II4-rp Jnn. CCS l'l1lIte Yulley 4 Sl III-rp Jiln. '31 Snlln-rlalml 0 8 'I'h4-rv IN-lr. I 0'I"ullons I Ilen- Ife-Iv. 9 Sutherland I III-rp Feb. Il Tryon I8 I Here Fvh. '20 Iiotlu-nIllll'g Ita-svlwu-s 8 lla-rn' Feh. '33 St. I'ut's I I8 Ilen- Top Left, top row: Ile-rnxlrnl Yonmx. Iloh Rn-nlmoml, Ilnrwy Stroud. Eurl Dm-nn, Don Plllllllll, Ilule f'Il!4lIlllII. New-oml row: Iiuyle Gulllon, Jim DIIIIIIPH, lioh Fristo, Vinci-nt Slllllll, IIIII Sll'IllI9iH. K1-ith Smith. llfiltlllll row: l'l4lwxu'lI Tluornhunz, l'hur-k H4-liler, NI:-Ivin vlIlllll'N, Idlurem- Ili-in, ltoh tillmora-. Iflbfltllll l-ft I 1 " ll I I I' I J Q N 4 , on ron. Il Aung orc, mn:-s .4-ott. ,ten- fnle, llssh- Solem, Junior Amlerson, !Ynrrc-n Kenna-y, Wilma-r Iforsteclt. Bottom row: ElllZl'll!' I'c-tc-rs, llnrold Iioblv, Riley llownrd, Russ:-Il Morris, llowuril Flood, I'nuI Murzolf, Ver- non Buss, l,Ill'l't'll -lung, 91 Track Season Proving to be one of the most successful teams in several seasons, the Bulldogs not only made up for their losses in other major sports but they surpassed all other contestants in track and field sports. The 1940 Varsity team was captained by Gage Hammond and coached by Ivan Wilson. Competing with McCook for the first time in a decade, the Bulldogs found that revenge tasted sweet where they out- classed the Bison 6755 to 54 LQ at the first track meet and field meet of the season here April fifth. A chilly breeze hindered the athletes on both teams. Outstanding man of the meet was Bill Grant of McCook, who ac- cumulated the individual total of 30'A. points. Prominent showings were made for the Blue and Gold by McCartney's winning' high-jump, Stroud's 220 and relay dashes, and Davidson's in the 440 and 100-yard dash. Easily achieving another victory, the Platters ran away from the Gothenburg Swedes with a score of 75 to 47 after attaining ten Iirsts to the Swede's four. Davidson led the Bulldogs with firsts in the 440, the century dash and 'the 220. Miller of Gothenburg outstepped McKay I I 1 Nl:-Xi-A-I, IB, I40 I I I I Illmlnonll, Il I I In-n. Clark, Nlqlx 1-4-mul I lcnln, Ihuidsnm, NI Il I I R I 3. Young, 3Il'l'IlI'IlIl Il Third run. I I g, Evslrmn, Nl I I Il I l g I'ur1l, Sul:-n f I arms, lilnxmn for a win in the 100-yard low hurdles. Continuing their successful competition, the cinder artists scampered off with the third track meet of the season by squelch- ing the Lexington Minutemen with the final 78 to 44. Wiping out the stain of their defeat last year at Lexington, the boys won firsts in three field events, five races, and the 880-yard relay. Grabbing the honors again at the Goth- enburg relays with a result of 56 points, the Bulldogs made two new records. The ace relay team composed of Hammond, Stroud, Clark, and Davidson set a new record of 1:34.4 in the 880 relay. The time 3134.2 was established in the mile relay by Corporan, Stroud, Miller, and Davidson, The Bulldogs jumped into state-wide prominence on April twenty-sixth when they nabbed first place in the class A division at the annual Kearney College invitation track and field meet. Final results in the class A division were as follows: North Platte 38 points, Lin- coln 30, Gand Island 21, Kearney 17, Gothenburg 14, Oshkosh 13, Ravenna 12, Lexington 8, and Central City 1. Coach Wilson had so arranged the team to place in a large number of events secur- ing sufficient increase to bulge the point total. 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The Girl's Athletic Association offered its 1021 members the opportunity to develop good sportsmanship, fellowship, and bodily well-being. livery Wednesday night the many activ- ities oi' tl. A. A. swung into t'ull action in the gym. General meetings were held about once a month under the capable direction and cooperation ot' the cabinet. headed by lletty June Garrison, president and sponsored by Ruth Andresen. Opportunity was provided for much active participation. Other girls assisting on the cabinet were Lorraine Lammers, vice-president, Allie Marie Hell, secretaryg Eleanor DeForest, treasurer, Lois Relph, publicity chairmang Phyllis Anderson, so- cial chairniang Phyllis VVilson, sports lead- er, Maxine Stntheit, volley ballg Beverly Golden, bowlingg Ruth Robinson. basket- ballg Vonnie Gilmore, hiking, Betty Dahl- gren, social dancingg Lois Karis, softbailg lletty Kuhns, pianist, Mariel Brinkema, song leader. Most ol' the sports held coincided with the seasons. Round robin 'tournaments were played between the four classes. The juniors, who were exceedingly competent 'l'op ron: Ntutllvil. Ilelllal Nlalsloris, oris Johnson, Iielty Nlclizlill, l'ol1s, fllrlis. Ilslrnell, Speiglif. fi-lin Pzitlwlios, Rasinussu-ll Nlauxinn- l':u'pento-r, fzillallmll, lirinkr'm:l. liohlen, lleinzle. Youll! lflllllllli. S1-eolnl row: Mary Louisa- ll'ienlml'u. Nlzllson, llackh-l', liielmril. buaiwlitl, Nli-51-rs, Xe-wsonn-, Iioulinu. liohinson, .loan Ni:-nlnnrg, Kllllillll, lin- flllI'lll'llll'I'. 5llllll'I', lin-sh-i':-oil, Konnox NNY. Slzlrhle. Louise N'1ll'4l. Nlclioun, Il:u'lI'or1l. 'l'hiril row: Cline, Lois R1-lph, l'alhoun, Gullion, Morgan, llivon. Nadine Plllpson in each sport, won all the tournaments. Rowling was a regular feature every Thursday. Une skating party was also given. Winners for the individual 'tournaments were I,aVon Kronquest, shuifleboard, Ruth Robinson, ping-pongg the free-throwing winners oi' each class were Deanna Mas- toris, Kathleen Marsh, Betty Dahlgren and Betty Adams. One ot' the highlights ot' the year was the annual mid-year banquet held in the Pawnee Hotel. Rubber balls representing basketballs served as novel table decora- tion. Rounding up members from approxi- mately twenty western towns, the G.A.A.'s sponsored their annual Play Day here April twenty-seventh. The theme was round-up time on the ranch. The gay-col- ored hankies worn signiticd the particular town. Following the games, the girls D211'2lllQtl down the streets to the Presby- terian Church where they ate lunch and presented skits. The formal spring banquet on May tenth in the Pawnee Crystal room will be the climax to the social activities. At this time the 1940 May Queen will be revealed and crowned. ll:-len llnril. Keogh, Sp:-111-1-l', Tllompson, 'lc-nsrll, liulnmere, Walton. l':nnpln-ll, -ludxl. llnllluren. Krolninest, Ifonrlh ron: llalllzlril. llnnsn-n. llridun-s, -lam-I llommonni. IH-ll. June., Nlellomlhl, iirrzllililn- lillpson, Kllhns, Phyllis Wilson, Shaun. lbealllnu Klaus- loris. llllselnolh-l'. ll:-in. Louis Kzlris, l'ill'Ti!ll, XYvs1pIi:ll. Phyllis .huh-rson, l'1-rrillal l':ltlu-tins, Ilnlxals. Bottom row: Urlrunle .huh-rson, Ailnnis, Il:-l"orf-sl. Nlc-Xi-1-l, Knott, Wing, Lay. .Uchi- son, Virginia Kari:-, Wickuire. Harrison, Laliounty. .llarjoriv llilllllllllllll, NIZIINII, Sllirh-y Wilson. Spem-tzen, Rose, Tool:-. Top left Phvllns Anderson and Mickey DeForest bowl a frame to wln unlt points toward a letter Top right Lorraine Lammers whose plng pong partner IS Jean McDonald returns a fast serve from Allie Marne Bell playing with Phyllis Wilson Second left Miss Andresen ls presenting a second local award to Lucllle Judd at the annual mldyear banquet Second right On the shuffle board court painted on the floor ln the dressing room are playing Lor ralne Lammers Jean McDonald Phyllis Anderson and Mickey DeForest Fay Jensen ls looking on Bottom left Leading the G A A skaters are Mic key DeForest Phyllis Anderson and Allne Marne Bell The gurls of this organization enjoy skatln at the American Legion Hall Bottom rxgt The G A A cabinet holds a regular weekly meeting In the shower rooms adjoining Mnss Andresen s office W . 3 '- 7 ' D , Y . . . s . yx 1 x ' 95 Era'-u. l 4-1 ' ' ,Ze-.-Jf 4,64-J ,"LVJ,u-2 -ia-Cv 3,e,c,L14,21f1.,a6fav,-fu 'cam' 5417-4 The blbs IS put to bed at last thank goodness Atter weeks ot hard wolk dul mg echool tlme md at lllgllt the p11Ilt9l s dummx IS flnallx finrehed' Acknowledgments go to AIIIS Ch Lpm ln md Blll bt13USS tol taklng the 1espons1 b1l1tv ot edxtlng the Fleld and Gxm sec tlon cl few weeke before deadllne Ioan Castle T01 her .zssletance w1th In the Classroom seetlon, and Helen Hlekmfmn for help w1th In the Clubroom Thanks to the boys IH the athletu: de pmrtment who Helped w1th p1etu1es md sports w11teups We hope xou l1ke It The St lff COMMERCIAL ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Printing and Binding The Daily Telegraph North Platte Nebraska QQJX S Commercial Photography Browns Studio and C O Declmore North Platte Nebraska Covers Kover Kraft Globe Bmdmg Co Chicago lllmols Plastmg Bmdmg Wekesser Brinkman Co Lincoln Nebraska Warren Paper Flelcl Hamilton Smith Co Omaha Nebraska 96 Xxx Xx I - 1 . . . . . 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