North Platte High School - Roundup Yearbook (North Platte, NE)
- Class of 1942
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Text from Pages 1 - 112 of the 1942 volume:
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THE STUIJEITTS DF THE--
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FOR'Sl.l'I'l0X T0 Tlll-I RIGHT. XO. T6-
lnts-nlly nate-luing f'0lll'll ham llilmn with
1-uzvr rpm. Wzlylu- Se-vue-r, I-'rank Lzuw.
Ruln-rl llvnns. :Ind Rohn-rt Gilmore learn
Nllllll' nf-w plan- .is the 1-out-I1 llKlD9S them
out all an skull przn-ti:-r lwfnrv thc liull-
lluzk up:-nina umm' with Ushkuxh Srp-
lt-mlwr lil. lllll.
0I'lNl0N l'I,li.lSl'I-l'u1n- uvll-known svn-
iurs, -inuirv Kinkzxifl. lin-tty flu llnm-ywm-ll.
.luhn Skinnn-r. mul Dah- fllNlllIl2, un- vn-
1::nu-1l in ll lwalrly dim-u-sion ul' ilu-
wlmol llllDIN'IllIlIIS :und 'lllllll' it fm-ls ln lw
il an-nim"' nm- fifth In-rioll in llllll-St'llll'lll'
ln-r by the sm-1-mul floor lrulh-tin lmnrd.
ll'll.l'l"S t'00KlX'?1I.o0king: l0ll'lll'll the
ll.uy wha-n thu-y will he llUlll9lllilkPl'S. Mary
Lvxim- and El-iv Shirley think it ll good
illvu tn get smnf- vnu-tit-all klllHYlPll1I? so
th:-y I1-gistel' nn the opening day of thv
lllll-l9l'Z at-lnml yn-nr with Mrs. l-ll:-amor
Li:-ln-rx for un aulxzun-od hmm- l'i'0llllllllC'S
lll'1'l.I, IIA! I-I A SW!-II,I, 'l'INll'2--lwlin-xr
ln0ll'll4'l- nl' an sm-vizll Plllllllllllvl' of tlu'
SlllIll'llI l'uuru'il :le lllt'ylllllllhlillilllilylllllll
un uutflmn' llll'llll' for st-lnml loauln-rs.
lulwl-lull-:utillu nn this sulrivvt :Irv lliss
llalruzurvt U'Iiuurkc-. Virginia Farr, l.vmmr1l
IlirwIll'vl1l. ,xl'llllll' llirk, und Phyllis Wada.
MY Hl'I.XR'I' lil-ZLONGS 'l'0 YOI'-It' you'Il
bring Ill!! :L 1912 Round-l'p, l'll ln- yours
says Gvun'g1-lm Tools' and "Chnl-k" Kaiser
the l'0ll!1lllflf' 1-owhoy has just won tha-
girl by bringing in n 1-om nt' the hook.
The :lnnuul stuff wrote und produced
the skit. Shirley Wilson is the prop.
ll0'l' 0l'F 'l'llIC I'RHSS-'l'In'a-v high school
e-1-ninrs are taking' time nut to reaul Rl
rnpy nt' the Round-l'p on the school
4-zunpus one sunny October clay. IA'Zll'Ilill1.f
nl' eventsg past, present, illlll future ure-
liwendolyn Rirllalrds, flu-ster lJ'l'l'1.fllSllll,
and Lilbllll Kronquest.
"School Days, School Days" is the chant heard
in September . . . 2, registration . . . 3, classes
start . . . 11, G. A. A.-G. R. mixer . . . 12, seniors
elect class officers . . . 15, faculty feed . . . 18,
"Memory Wizard" assembly . . . 19, Oshkosh
game . . . 24, G. A. A. play day . . . 25, G. R.
scavenger hunt . . . 26, 1942 Annual staff an-
nounced, Cambridge game . . . 29, Hi-Y outing
. . . 30, Intelligence Quiz.
Hold that line echoes throughout October
3, pep assemblyg Kearney game . . . 8 and 9, six
week's test . . . 9, pep rallyg junior class election
. . . 10, Gothenburg game , . . 17, Lexington game
. . . 21, Activities assembly, Hi-Y banquet . . . 22,
Annual staff assembly, 22-24, teachers convention
. . . 24, McCook game . . . 31, "VViffles and Fel-
IN Tlll-L D013 lIOI'SlG-.X'lelle I.: 1-
nin. l'-l'lllll'l'h Kolunnsky, and Kath-
1-rinv L1-tll, senior lllt'llllPl'l'S ul' ilu'
pa-p 1-lub vln-ck up their Q-tm-k nt'
gun: and cnnlly which they linu-
ha-en selling for that orgnnizutiontn
snel-tutors :lt the K4-alrney-North
Platte football gzune October 15.
sl,l'l'-I'-l'-um-s s-puulwtti nloun lulrvfool-
ml Ilonnu 4'ounor's tlirmlt in ilu' 11irl's
alrvssilng room ol' the XXIII. Iliillilll-I fill!
thi- "worm-" mul zrixing tho' xii-tim "Nw
nork-" ut thu- G. .L A. infornml initiation
Nou-vnlu-r G urn- vlillllC'9 Kim-:zizl and lin-lt!
lmhlggre-n, lmth senior lm-mln-rs of tha-
orgunizutiun. IHS.: Uibllllil 5lll'VlXl'll.
I!li'l"l'l'Ik IIOMI-JS, Iilu'l'Tl'IR S'I'l'lll'1N'l'S
Tl'1'lVl2ll'IiN Miss Carol ll'ihln-r, :lt ilu'
wlioolk illllilllll "op:-n lnousx-" to Nillllnlif'
Parks, Hr-. X. .L Parks, :uul Prim-ilhx
lim-zu. 'l'hiN small wall' model Plllllllllllllfy,
whivl. hhuus the propel' layout for hous-
inr. huwimfw. lllllllhtry. noel rn-rl'Pution,
was hui!! an :A sf-niorso1-iallsa-ie-:we projm-4-I.
tallllll I,l'lK l"0R I-'l"l'l'Rl'l Sl'H'l'ISS-
Nvluunkn Yollng' l'itizen's alwalrql is pn--
h1'lIIl'1l to -lmw Stroud. who pizlm-tl third in
ilu- Shih- Young' Citizvlik 1-ont:-st. Also
in lll'ilIll2lll1'i zxwzxral. is gin-ll to Rivlmrd
Kuhlmun ant an :use-lnhly on lh-11-lluln-I' I.
liix-halril l'l'llll'll4'll his :luurll lo the sc-hool
to hs- place-xl in thc' trophw rum-.
l'l' HIV!-is Sllu QSREA1' IIUNOIK-:ln-4-lanrw
drum n:.liorn'tte- Malrizume Clark to Flin
Kuhy 311-Kzlin who is L-rownn-al North l'lilftP
lliarh S1-Imolk firxt lwmz-muuin-' ulrvn 'At
, I. I 4
lhn- lurti--North Platte- football grzum- No-
u-mlwr Il. Nluriunnf- is pri-sn-nlillg thr-
qun-u-u uith an lu:-dnl while- lie-orginzn 'I'ooh-
:uul l'ullu'rim- Spl-111-1-r. lll3ljlll'l'llQ'i, look Ull-
Tlllfl VOICE OF EXl'lGRll'lNt'E SPEAICS
-Fzlptalin Rohn-rt lla-uns relates to thn-
llulhluus illlll their futlu-rs sum? nf the
lflll sa-.lson's mltstzlmlillg thrills :lt tho
vls-xf-nth illlllllill fnotlmll lhlllllllt-'f livrrln-
ln-r I0 in the wifi-tc-l'in. N-ated left tn
right: ll. E. lhly, lvnn Wilsnn. li. I.. Got-
ty. Alden Nelson. fnlxin Sole-ni, :intl John
SAYIYX t'I.Al'S IS lll-JRE-Sli-s lla-I4-n
Own-n's hmne room, 1101. urn- gi-ttin: into
tho spirit nf flhristnms hp' lnnin: l'nul
tn-nulsnn, Opal Coogn-r. und lieu-rly Spa-1-r
nlt-vurzltv the Cllrislnnxs tri-0. rlllNliIlt' Wznlzl
is 4llNlll.lffllltI lll'l' zlrtislif' till!-nt lay 1lr:iuin2
zl pivtllrv uf olll Saint Sirk on thi- hlzlvk-
Imuril in pri-pnrntinn for tin- Cliri-xnms
SHINE 'l'll.Vl' l'Ali'l'XI'1ll-llvp cuts 1-nt
il Inn-:ln ru: in tha- l'1lft'lt'l'lEl to thi- tune-s
of :A ,illkn--hox alt thi- :lnnllzll Ilnntllalll-lie-In
tlllll lmnqllet lu-lil Ilvu-ellllwl' N. lmft lo
right: .lmun M4-Ihnnilml ilnnu-in: with Henlne-3'
lilson znnl Shirley Wilson stu-nniligofl' uith
llnrxry "Thin Mun" Ntrnnil. lilnine YOIIJQ
looks the- rrmvll on-r t'rmn tha- Inu-kfin-lil.
Conventions were tops in the student's mind
during November . . . 1, Grand Island gameg
Young Citizens contest . . , 6, G. R. informal
initiationg G. A. A. formal initiation . . . 8,
Student council convention . . . 10, Armistice
day assembly . . . 11. Curtis game . . . 21,
Cozad . , . 26, Thanksgiving assembly . . .
27, Omaha North game.
Through the month ol' December attention
was turned to Christmas vacation . . . 4-6,
Music Clinic . . . 5, "Seven Keys to Balclpaten
presented . . . S, VVa1' Declaredg pep club-
football party . . . 10, football banquet . . .
18, G. R. Christmas partyg Scottsbluff game
. . . 19, "Childe Jesus" presentedg Sidney
gameg Christmas vacation began.
RICNII-ISIISI-Ili l'E.Uil. IIAIQISOKZ-N-rionsly and with
Nlltlil4'll rs-zllilaltilnl ut' its siullit'i1'um'n- lloln Lzlrscnl,
Yl1ll'21ll'l'l Ogin-r, liill -Inzuick. :und Dirk lixvletll. rvaul
thi- dee-lumtiun nf unr :utter thu- dnstzwllly nttzxvk
ran-ly Ile-c'einIn-r 7 wh:-n tlmnsnmls nt' Xnwricnns lust
tln-ir lin-s alt Oahu. llivkann l-'ii-Id. and Honolulu.
THE LAST Sl-Nll'lS'l'l'1K-Seniors. register-
ing for their lust semester of high school
are entertained hy Rnhert llnnnnund's .ink-
ing. Huck run: Smith, Applegrzlte, llrod
heck. Hunt. Rasninssnn. Front row: Hill.
filllllbllll. Rodgers, Pznton, Keen-s, White-
head. und Shunl.
IIEAYIC H0. 101' SIIUHTY NIICX-plziw
ing their luyzwzlue in the ear in prepurntiun
to leave the ser-und semester ure Alder!
Nelson, t'h:lrles Heiller. Richard Nosky.
-lezln llefzlrtln-3, and James Curr. Alden
and "Jim" enrolled at Nebraska XYe:-leynn
the others. the Yniversity of Nehrnsku.
Ring out the old semester and bring in
the new, symbolized January for N. P.
H. S. students . . . 6, Cozad game . . . 9,
McCook game . , . 14, semester examina-
tions started . . . 10, Lexington game . . .
19, registration for second semester . ..
23, Crete game . . . 2-1, Fairbury game
. . . 30, G. A. A. banquet, Curtis game.
Builders of Freedom was emphasized
during February . . . 2-13, Victory Book
Campaign . . . 6, Kearney game . . . 10,
choral concert , . . 11, Student council
and 1eader's meeting . , . 12, heart sister
party . . . 13, Sweetheart ball, Holdrege
game . . . 17, Gothenburg game . . . 19,
district declamatory contest and banquet
. . . 20, Hastings game.
lil-IINH PATRIOTIC'-falptuins lln Rich
nnd Lois l'nn1Iemnn register Shirley Swan.
Ile-rniee Brown. Betty Kuhns. nnd Dorothy
Lonenr, four anxious students whn are
uffering their serxires to help win the
nur hy signing: for lol-nl Canteen duty.
January T. HIFI. ill the cafeteria.
XYIIIVS I'IXt'l'l'I'1ID?-Sitting on the edgeot'
their sn-nts und dpinu' with the suspense of
the rip ruzxrin' nestern ure Russell Hor-
ris, his hesl gnl Ln-Roy Wells, shy little
Welsh Fillllli. and her escort. Robert Roh-
inson. The skit was presented ut the Ull-
nuul band concert on January 27.
'l'0Nltill'l' NYE I.0Yl'1--tiivilly: tha' l!ll'2 Ile-Nlolay S!Vt'Fill1'tll't
pin to Nlarianm- Clark is la-ouard Hirst-lxt'vl4l's plfasurn- at
the annual Dc-Nlolay Swv:-tlwurt Ball lwlll lfvhruary IK. Ra-
mona, Arrington, Ill-tty Tllllllllhdlbll. and IN-tty l,tlllhIl't'Yl. nuaids
of lmnor, hm-lp with the prvsm-ntation of this 1'r1m'xlim:n-va-Int.
TAKIC GOOD .UM-I.ll1'illv SlllIl0l', Hilda -lane llc-Lush, Lor-
raine Frishiv. Betty .xlltlIllN, anll Donna L90 Dnlph de-fc-ml
tllmnsvlu-s ill a t'ast and furious hattlv of snowhalls on
the campus after sl-hool one :lay in Fr-llrlmry. Could thu-
nppom-nts lu' males of this high st-hool?
BOOKS FOR YICTIDRY-'l'llv Yivtnry Book Calnlpaigrll went-
over with gusto at N.l'.H. S. as many students voollrlwxtell
by donating hooks for this good PZIUSP. Miss Carol W'iltler,
librarian. -loyvv Nlillhouse, Leo EYl'lPfll, and Barhura Hirsch-
teld rlvan and sort the books in preparation for shipment.
FUR N.VI'l0NAL lll'1l"ENSl'1-Stlulellts, svlvrtwl from various
st-hool organizations, clisrllss ways in whirl: North Platt:-
Higrh S1-hool van take part in the "all out for clefk-use" pro-
zrum. Arthur liirk I1-ll the disvussinn and svvvral vommit-
tees were appoints-ll to work out spevific prohlvms.
ll0l.ll 'l'H,VI' lSAI.l.-'lkuliulimr
uith 3lt'l'lllInh of Allialllrn- is
liullilog ls-fl l'ornan'cI llzlru-y
5'll'0lHI. lioh Iris, Allizun-P, :lull
.lan-ll NI1'l':u'tm-y. North l'I:utle-
arm- unning up the floor lo :ls-
si-I. The liulhlog:,s 1ll'fQ'Iltl'lI
.Xllizun-v Ill-'59 in thu- hl'llli'l'illkllh
of the llisirirl vlalss .X flbllI'llQ'y.
'l'.Xlil'I .X N0'l'l'I-Br-ity 3l1'K:1ill
hikes notes alt the local music-
vontvst in Hh0I"llilllll, while Dean
Dum-un, nxusir instrut-tor of
Lexington High School. diligent-
ly judges lorzll 4-olnlwlitors.
Betty is zu mvniln-r oi' the ml-
vzlrlu-cl shorthand class which
look noles oi' the results.
l A Variety of activities kept students busy during
March . . . 33, Dr. Frank Simon , , . 5-7, Class A
1 district basketball tourney . . . 9, track uniforms
j issued . , . 10, Paul Holly memorial assembly . . .
, 12-14, State basketball tournament . . . 13, Pep
, club banquet . . . 18, VVesle-yan girl's glee club. ..
1' 20, G. A. A. roller skating party . . . 22, '4Mes-
siah" . . . 27, McCook meet. H 4
1 Vacation, contests, and banquets furnished the r , ' ff
X 3' student's excitement for the month ot April . . . 2,
X Easter assembly . . . 3-G, vacation . . . 8, Rufus g
, Rose malionette shovs . . . 9, local mussic contest et., ,,,i:f fi
, e u.
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SWE!-11' IIARNHINY-Pills the ilil' when the A SYNl0l'A'l'l'1l7 Tl'Nl'1-Dr. l-'rank Simonswinus ,v J QR
Nebraska WVvsl4-yalil girls ulve 1-lub sing. I'nder out on the 1-ornet before the high school audi- .L JJ
the dirw-tion of Ruth E. Grant-s the tu'n-l1t5-tlll'ei- mire- :ll an com-ert on Malrvh ZS. Ile is zlccoin- .eflw
nwmhe-rs pn-selltwl an intm-resting' Ill'llLLl'illll the panic-1! hy lin- syniplmnic lmnd under the direc- .A-fr '
:lfh-rnoon ol' Klart-h 18. livsiah-s-. the-ir rc-grulzu' lion ot li. Cvrlriu- .hula-rson. Dr. Simon is an 'Qty f'
-.1-ln-vlions they l'ealIllr4-ll nanny Nlll'l'i2llfj' IlllIlll7l'l'5. illtt-l'xmti.nll:nIly knonn iHlllllllliINt9l'. ' i V
. . . 14, G. R.-Hi-Y skating party . . . 15, Gothen-
burg meet . . . 16, home room 108's picnicg Quill
and Scroll banquet . . . 17-18, district music con-
test . . . 22, Constructive party convention . . . 23,
Student party convention . . . 26, Girl Reserve
senior farewell breakfast . . . 28, Student council
electiong Kearney invitation meet.
X0 SI'Il,l,S XIYI'-llut who knows ulml uill hull-
llQ'Il In-xt. Nlnrzlnt Wallin-nmlll yells to al l'riz-ml
zwross thi- rink uhile lirginin Curr, l'I:u'i1-1' llrusn-
lluruthy l,mn-air. P-hirli-y Swain. :lml Ilurutliy Wrat-
phnl flush Isp. I'Iu-rpmnuv haul gulls of l'un ut tha-
li. li.-Hi-Y skirting' 1lIll'lD.
l'l'l,l. 'l'll.YI' S'l'RlN1i--lmln-r
tln- !wlIlbl'l'1lNl0ll ul' Rufus :mul
ylilfllll lion- lhl- slurp nl' "Kip
nun Winkln-" was pre-sn-nh-rl In
zu 1-:lst nl' manriom-Ita-s. The pup-
pets zu-tml in svn-l':ll rmmfxlv
little uuoiln-n 1loll's perl'm'nmm'e
April 8 in lln- zuulitnrium.
I'IVI', IIIIIXK, Illfl Nlldlilil'-liill
flnzuirli la-:ins ou-r -lc-un Mellon-
nlll an they wail:-li Dirk Tm-kvr
lllilkl' al "llu:wooll" saunlwii-lu.
llzniug fun :ut lmnu- room IOS'-
pic-niv :Irv Xmlniv hillllnn-. hawk
in l'1lllN'I'll. Phyllis Ilauldorf,
Ilonuu Supp, Slnirlvb' 50"l"'f"'f-
Kallln-ryn IA-th. l'antln-ryn .ln-
riersnn. annul Phyllis Xlauda.
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ar " e 1,.,,-13-:,:jEj?Q5 "M vel'
.5 in U0 "' -. , rs f .ali
'Q S 'T' fi Y SING. PUWIHDY, SINQ--Sitting urouxnl the cznliipfin-
R ,fit 1 . 431,-M' and sinuinu lmllmls of tln- range uri- tlu-sr 1-owlmys
gif? 1 A ' vliw . nt' S. l'. ll. N. as they 1-ntl-rtuin l'i-llow slllllvllia at :ln
1. 4' aussi-lnlnlp. I-len Ile-nn, llnn liloxmn. -lim Long, Kus-
' 'S AMW, -M, , sm-l Morris, t'li.n'lvs timlllrn, !vill'l'l'Il I5ill'I'1'll. l'Ii:lrles
W I , 1'tf"ifX 'eQff,u Q liaise-r, l.4-lim W1-Ils. llnruin Ailkins. and ulllllllly
A Adkins :ire the pmls-ling "range lnuids".
'K " . - IIICAYI-l THE l'l..K'l'l'1-Holi lh-inns, klt'l'lllhl'llNllll'1lW'l'l',
' lllllw one in llu- air alt tha- llotlu-nlnirg rn-lnps In-lil
The pictures on this page of course were
not taken during the month of May. In
order not to hold up the printing of the
book, and rather than fake May events,
these pictures were used. The top picture
is printed because the boys in western dress
tit in with the theme of the year book. The
track picture is used because this activity
was participated in during the month. The
bottom picture is of interest because it illus-
trates the news board which was so popu-
May--the last of school-is always a
April If.. This tlirnn 1-nulvlz-'I lioh to qualify :lt
llw trzlrlx niet-t. illlllllllilll it lliil not 1-nulrlv lliln to
place in tln- filmls. Hob luis hm-n ix mi-lnlu-r ot' the
truck squaul for two years. In 1941 he nmda- al rec-
urll with the shot. tossing it ISU feet 6 lf! inclivs.
welcome month . . . 1, music festival . . . 5,
G. A. A. banquet . . . 6, Hi-Y banquet . . .
S-9, national music contest . . . 8, Southwest
conference . . , 12, track meet . . . 12, band
banquet . . . 14-15, state track meet . . .
18, National Honor Society assembly . .
20, senior luncheon, class play matinee . . .
21, class play . . . 22, junior-senior prom
. . . 24, baccalaureate service . . . 25, com-
mencement rite . . . 26, report cards issued,
school closes for the long awaited summer
llIl'lHHIN1: KNlllYl.l'lllhl'I-'l'ln- hlllh-tin lmalrll on
uonml floor ln-lp-. ki-4-li the stmlz-nts up to flute on
llie ni-ws oi' tln- uorlcl. l'liis worth while projm-1-t is
under lln- -nnvrxsiion ol' llis- lnzl lliener, instructor
ot' xxorlel liistory. Janet llulkn-r. .loyw Millllou-.1-.
'l'4unlny Nlorelmllsv, -lnhnny lhltlvr, l"Iill'l'Il1'f' Roln-rl-a.
- -ns np to flute.
Wl'l'lI HI1-ll IIUNOK-S4-le-ch-ul from the upper lliiral nl' the ilrllilllillilli claus fur Nulionzil llonor Society uf-rr these liva-my-six
' ' s Cui llo ton 1
seniors: top row, .Xrthur lhrk, Janne' '1 rothy Clin , Bm-tlp llIlhlJl'l'll, Phyllis l'oru-man, Wulllo llzunillon. Clmrlvs lli-ill:-r:
an-cnml run, lim-utri1'v flmlcs, Luc-Elle Judd. Marilyn Kraulse. Riclmril Kuhlnmn, Susie Kumagai, Arls-ne Lunning third row. Eleznliox'
Nh-l'rmu-. Shirley NlcNiurlry. Vera llurlon. Alden Nelson. Margaret 0y.:'ivx'. Mary Ann llllllf, .xI'llllll' Salisbury: hollom row, Mary
THESE WON SPECIAL HCJNORS
Twenty-six students from the Class of 1942
are named to the National Honor Society
in May. This is the twelfth consecutive
year a group has been chosen from this
high school. The students who are selected
for this society have reached the highest
award attainable in North Platte Senior
High School. Fifteen per cent ofthe senior
class have the distinction of belonging.
The students eligible must be in the upper
one-third of their class in scholarship.
Selection into the society is made by
ballot of the upper one-third of the senior
class,the faculty, and a secret committee
of teachers. The students vote toward the
end of the first semester and the faculty
near the close of the second semester. The
votes of the teachers and students are 'tal-
lied. VVhen the ballot of faculty and sen-
iors begins to disagree the rest of the
names are referred to the committee. The
committee then selects the remaining num-
ber ot' students to be chosen.
Admittance into the National Honor So-
ciety is based on schola1'ship, character,
leadership, and the student's desire to
serve. The initiation ceremony takes place
May 18 in the high school auditorium at
eleven o'clock with parents of the new
Blue and gold symbolize the colors of
the National Honor Society chapter at
North Platte High School. Each girl initi-
ated May 18 will be given a corsage and
every boy will be given a boutoniere. The
buying of pins is optional.
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May the cowhand drives herd. At last, fat
and sleek, the dogies come in for the
Spring Round-Up, at the trail's end. Many
are the tasks and chores through Winter
frost and chill, before the labor is coni-
plete. Now comes the reward in knowledge
of a job well done and in the festivities of
the years end.
Through the year students, too, had
work to do. They attended classes daily,
wrote reference work, made oral reports,
participated in panel discussions, heard
lectures by prominent speakers, and took
examinations. Assemblies presented by
various school and civic organizations,
proved enjoyable. The American Legion
presented the Armistice day assembly.
One of the most striking assemblies was
the one in which the student body heard
the President of the United States ask
Congress to declare war on the Axis pow-
ers. The four speakers, brought here by
the Rotary Club, presented brief inspira-
tional talks on World events.
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After much study' and discussion the Pai
ent-Teacher's Association committee, ap
pointed on School Board recommenda
tion, selected the Bell-Howell sound movie
projector. The committee which spent
much time on this study are Mrs. George
McKown, Mrs. Vernon Kuhns, Van Shaw
Miss Marie Schaab, and O. M. Friesen
This projector has been used in assem
blies, in classrooms and on the athletic
field. Already the social studies, short
hand, journalism, physics, American his
tory, consumers problems, and chemistry
classes have presented educational pictures
A committee of teachers working with
the Activities Board studied the qualities
of various machines last year. About S400
was donated by school clubs and organiza
tions to buy this projector.
With impoitant work facing them the
Board ot Educ xtion settled down to a lot
ot hard xyoik at the beginning of this
school yeai The bofud has the duty of
tormulatinff the policies to be tollovsed
thioughout the city schools The duties
ot the boaid includes the election of the
superintendents of public schools and the
appointment of teachers and janitois nom
mated by the superintendent
The members of the boaid receiye no
pay for the work they do on the board
Twelve iegular meetings are held each
on the Iiist Wlonday of eyery month
addition special meetings may be and are
called when such occasions arise
Among the importait xchievements for
the school year in addition to the operat
ing of a school sy stem employing 125 peo
ple and instructing 3 000 students are
these tangible items: the creation ot the
North Platte School District Retirement
Fund' Civil Pilot Training classes' class in
blue print reading, N. Y. A. home making
classesg class in show card writingg check
of system for the purchase of defense
bondsg four railroad employees classesg
classes in credits and retail selling.
Serving on the board in 1941-1942 are
H. E. Day, president, Harold Weise, vice
presidentg Russell Langford, secretaryg
Carl Gresieng Ralph Selfg and Frank Corn-
well, with NV. J. Braham superintending
l'ICO-Ii'1C"I'Uli .XI'I'KUYlflli-lnsln-1-tim: Ihr lil-II-llowm-ll munll
nmvn' projz-1-l4u', ilu- lmrclmslng 1'0Illll!IlIl'l' anpprovos thu- equip-
ment to ln- use-xl in ass:-lnhlic-s, in 1-lussroolns. and on tho
:ltlllv il' fish. Slvllllu-rs uri- Yan Shaw, M"2lU'lI: Mrs. lh'0l"1-
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.Ill'lKlNYIl, Mrs, X vrnon lxuhns, Shes Marie N-Ilzmlr, and ll. M.
RALPH SELF H. E. DAY
RALPH SELF . . . member of the Board of Edu-
cation, sits in the back of the caboose while report-
ing on his trip or writing trip reports after coming
back from a trip on the Union Pacific Railroad . . .
an active member of Union Pacific Old Timers,
Masons, Eastern Star . . . serves on purchasing
committee as part of his work on the board . . . a
pleasing personality and gets along with everyone.
H. E. DAY . . . president of the school board, fills
flour sacks, an important task in the flour businessg
he has operated the Day Milling Company for the
past sixteen years . , . was graduated from high
school at VVeeping Water, Nebraska . . . a member
of the Board of Education for the past twelve
years . . . bachelor of science degree from Doane
College in Crete, Nebraska . . . has an exceptional
personality . . . likes to joke and to hear funny
RUSSELL LANCFORD , . . secretary of board of
education, checks a shipment of goods newly ar-
rived at the Nash-Finch warehouse, Mr. Langford
is company manager . . . was graduated from the
North Platte High School . . . received his bachelor
of arts degree from Stanford University . . . elected
to the board in 1936 . . . reelected in 1939 . , . can
boast a marvelous collection of arrowheads . . .
enjoys his work on board and elsewhere.
HAROLD D. WIESE . . . secretary of the Mutual
Building and Loan Association, finds something of
interest and amusement in a letter sent to him,
while his secretary looks on . . . has served on the
Board of Education since 1936 . . . reelected in
1939 . . . attended high school at Meadow Grove,
Nebraska and the Lincoln Business College in
Lincoln, Nebraska . . . hobby is fishing . . . marvel-
ous speaker . . . vice president of the board.
FRANK CORNWELL . . . owner and operator of
Cornwell's Blacksmith and Welding Shop, welds a
piece of metal with an acetylene torch . , . member
of the Board of Education for two years . . . is an
active member of the Parent Teacher's Association,
Independent Order of Odd Fellows . . . on the
Teacher's Committee of the board . . . well liked
by everyone . . a very pleasing and well liked
CARL GREISEN . . . chief clerk of the Yard
Office, checks correspondence at the Yard Office
. . . member of the Board of Education for the
first time this year . . . member of First Baptist
Churchg president, Union Pacific Old Timersg
American Legiong P. T. A., DeMolay Councilorg
Masong Eastern Star . . . attended the public
schools of North Platte, Nebraska.
XVAS TIIAT A s'l'0RY-Miss lfern lirn-tn-rnilz :grins alt
some rn-nmrk mauh- hy Mr. lirnhann while he slnilingly
:lic-luh-s al- letter. This is one of the lighter mnnnm-nts in,
il busy office which takes the hrnnt of school problems,
Miss Br:-tc-rnitz hnmlles most of the school correspon-
df'Ill'l', rl-cords, reports, and supplies.
.Yl"l'I'1NTlYl'Tl,Y l,lS'l'l'1XlNG-l-'our graulq- school prin-
cipals ln-nr Mr. liranlulln :ls ln- talks lo llll'Ill in an meet-
ing he-Ill nl Washington school the ne-ek ln-fore Christ-
Illllx. S1-nh-tl left to right ann- Miss Sue Arhulhnot, Miss
Elllltl Kuylon, Bliss Allim- Hahn, and Bliss lizltllvrine
lfezlllu-r. 5lllN'l'l'i5i0ll is one ol' the !illlN'l'lllft'lllli'lll'3
SUPERINTENDENT W. J. BRAHAM
During the school year 1941--12, the office of the superin-
tendent has been a busy place. In addition to the regular
duties of the office which include the secretarial work of
the Board of Education and the administration of city
schools, the superintendent, ably assisted by Miss Fern
Breternitz, has been responsible for many other educa-
tional and defense activities.
A partial list of these activities is given herewith:
bookkeeping for the North Platte School District Retire-
ment Fundg check of system for the purchase of defense
bondsg Civil Pilot Training classesg class in show card
writingg class in blue print readingg four railroad em-
ployees classesg N. Y. A. home making classesg classes
in credits and retail selling.
For about a year a class in aircraft sheet metal has
been held, and recently a class has been organized in the
operation, seryiceing and repair of gasoline engines. In
this office data is now being secured to furnish a list of
available homes for evacuee children.
Mr. Braham enjoys making speeches, is thorough in
work, makes selection of teachers, and enjoys a good
game of golf.
DIRECTING THE SCHOOL
WVORK IN 'l'lllG 01-'I"li'E-ln aultlition to llu- lmid s1-1'r1-tary.
Bliss Nllllefll' I':lrl-cs, Mr. Nflwlll uses 141-v1-ral other s1-1'r1--
turivs who work om- p1-rind an llaly for 1'r1-:lit in 0ffi1-1-
pl'a1'ti1'1-. L1-ft to right :lr1- Nlr. Nelson, G11-mm Parks,
Nzuu-tw Parks, und l,l'f'Illl'1' lluT1-lnple.
l'l'TTlNli KNOTS-01: l'4'!IlSlI'1lll0Il day, Sl'llf1'lllll9Y' 2, sonn-
!4lllllPlIlS run into 1'1nll'li1-ls llull s1-1-mingly l'2lllll0t lu- solve-ll.
S YI' mkril Il s ' l l'1sl lt the
.lr, . 1- sun al 1-s 11- 1-1-1-. sary 1- lill L2 -s 0 1-omp 1- 1-
5l'll1'llllll'!4 for Eslln-r Rule-s, lkhlil Sllillll, lla Rim-ll. and
"Our nation is at war-one of the most
serious in history. From us as teachers
and students is demanded the best of
constructive citizenship. 'We must make
wiser decisions based on careful study
of facts and possible solutions. Sound
scholarship and serious purpose are es-
sential to victory.
"This will be more true of the peace
which we sincerely hope will come. Men
and women, technically trained and
thoroughly disciplined will create a
world democracy in which man can at-
tain a higher degree of welfare and
happiness. North Platte High School
points with pride to former students
Whose sound scholarship is now assert-
ing itself. As time marches on, may the
same feeling characterize those from
the home school who will be watching
Principal L. W. Nelson serves as trus-
tee of the Presbyterian church, chairman
of the state board of control of Nebraska
high school activities association, mem-
ber of Kiwanis club. Mr. Nelson is espe-
cially interested in agriculture and
spends his summers farming in Wahoo,
Nebraska. He spends much time giving
helpful advice to students.
PRINCIPA L. W. NELSON
ANIIIQRSUN, ll. CEIPIIII' . . . music ot' ll':lgllm-ry !iJ'Xll'l,
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'Tchaikovsky is preterahle . . , instrumental Ill AQ
instructor .... Y. ll.. ll. NI., and JI. NI. degrees. . t
has Illlllllllf here for twelve years . . . very well Iikeiw X
hy all . . . enjoys fishing, hunting, and skating,
ANIIRESEN, lil"l'lI . . . team-hes physical education
in -lr. and Sr. High . , . sponsor ot ti. A. A. . .
II. H. degree . . . health eonnnittee of teacher's cluh
. . . saves wastepaper and tin foil for defense . . .
ANTUNIDES. I-'l.0RI'INt'l'1 . . . assistant principal
. . . sponsors senior elass. Wood Bee and Knight-
hood ot' Youth . . . teaehes normal training: . . .
Ilelta Kappa tianuna . . . registered t'or civilian
defense . . . charge of attendance.
ISAKHII. NIARGAIII-1'I' . . . instructs freslunan ling-
lish and l'0IlSlIlllt'l'S edueation . . . IS Sc. degree . . .
sponsor of pep cluh . . . Red fross knitter . . .
Business and I'rot'essional Women's t'luh . . . Iinglish
I!AKNI'1'I"I'. MARY . . . tear-hes first, set-ond, and
third year Latin . . . IS. A. and M. A. degrees . . .
sponsors the junior elass . . . too hnsy to have a
hohhy or to take part in any extracurricular activ-
ities . , . helpful.
l'A!II'1li0N, MRS. YICRYI. . . . literature I, and
grannnar I ..., i llnior 1-lass sponsor .... Y. II.
degree . . . faenlty 1-onrtesy colnlnittee and student
high school eonrtesy eonunittce . . . likes to give
stluh-nts helpful adviee.
IDIICNICR, INA I. .... teaehes uorld history to
sophomores . . . has pretty hlue eyes . . . A. II.
and Bl. A. degrees . . . is sympathetic with proh-
Ielns ot' students . . . spare hours are spent in read-
ing . . . graeious . . . very exacting.
I"Iill'1Sl'IN, 0. SI. . . . woodwork . . . student ser-
viee . . . II. Sc. degree . , . Scout lnaster . . .
finished lied Cross first aid eourse . . . registered.
t'or holne defense . . , trustee, District t'onr, State
Industrial Arts assoeiation,
tiA'I'l'1N, INIRIS . . hiology . . . sponsors Girl
Reserves, social . . . Ii. Se. degree from the Ne-
hraska I'niu-rsity . . . likes the "out-ot'-doors" and
hiking . . . very helpful when it rolnes to "lungs"
. . . new teacher t'lblllIIlLZ here this year.
IIASIMUNID. IitllBI'IR'I' Il .... instruetor ot' animal
hushandry, crops, and soils, husiness of IIZITIIIIIIQI. . .
sponsors Ifuture l"ilI'IlIt'I'S ot' Alnerira . . . Ii. Se.
degree . . . likes growing gardens . . . new teaeher
from Loup City.
I.lI'IISI'IRS. MRS, I'II.I'1ANOR . . . holne economies
. . . IS. Se, degree . . . likes knitting: and sewing
. . . very eo-operative and helpful alul enjoys help-
ing: students uho are willing to take advice and
heed it as such.
3Iel'0R3IIl'K, GLAIIYS . . . 1'0llllll9I't'I2lI English.
granunar II. general mathematics . . . junior elass
and tiirl Reserve sponsor . . . A. ll. degree, Nebras-
ka l'niversity, and DI. A. degree, Northwestern l'ni-
MAYI-IR, ROY W' .... teaches physics and chemis-
try . . . l'. I'. A. training: instructor . . . Il. S. and
NI. S, degrees . . . aetivities ticket t'Il2lil'lllllIl . . .
chairlnan of senior rlass sponsors . . . has a Con-
NIGWXIAN, IIICRISERT II ..... Y. B. degree . . .
teaches lnechanieal drawing: and related suhjects , . .
typirally English . . . supervises part time ednea-
tion . . . Iota Lambda Sigma, . . . likes to reeull
old times in England.
0'RIll'RKI'I, NIAIHQAKET . . . granunar II, liter-
ature II . . . sponsors student council. U. A. A.
fassistantl . . . li. Se. degree . . . sings in the
Nlethodist choir . . . extra curricular activities coin-
IIIIIIOU . . . cheerful and helpful.
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ln-l'l in riulll lhvy 'irs-'L llovkus. llurzl. Ross-nln-l'gr, NVQ-1-1lln:lll,
White. Slzuun. Nm-nmn. Isley. Nlllllglliz lion' -eu-nz Shirley,
llqnyashi. fllI'lsIlH'l', Slayer, llinum-r, Matson, 3lnru,nn, Sinmnls.
Kl'hll'l', XI, Nhiu-ly. l'unm-r. llmxlmxvn-r. l'. Shin-ly. Row six:
Small, vloluivlx. l'vlrl':a. Ile-Inns, Xnllng. llllnkin. INIXYSUII, Fulk.
liookuut. llzlnsun. llzlllsi-n l'ri4-sl. l'0u1-ll. Kon' fin-: Ifvssln-l',
l':urlu-nts-r. l.in1h-nmutll. l.n'gwnl1-r, lirantins. Wnlvolt. Spa-iuhi.
liurris-r, lirantiuu. Row four: NM-il. l"r4-ilu-rg. Xl:-l-Jury. New-1
In-rry, 'fallllu-. llnllglzlss. Timallll-5. Ni-lson, Smith. lluuls. lirnll,
K4-um-y. Kmluf-rs, limv flll't'Q' Saaiu, t'lal'lin, Cline, llznnnmml,
l.ang.5, Du'l'4-mph-, Welliu-r. l'zlrrish. Nomls, xvkhllllllll. Potts.
l.1-uns, heels. Rmv tuo: ll5l.unI, R.u-iz, liohlfin, S0ll'lll, Lang-
l'or4l, .hula-r-un. llowurll. 'l'a5lor. Kaiser. fold, Walt:-lnatll, lul-
Imun, liritl. Kim' um-1 3lvNn-Q-l. .Us-hison, Nunn, Hur. Allzuus,
Imlph. N1'llllllIlN'l. Slirkish. liunln-5, Kuhns. Nlivlwm-r
liotlum, In-H tn right, row 1-ialal: Wilson, Kaz:-s, Knott. Lauim-,
I-'isln-r. Huw svn-n: liolllln-n. l'q-:n's:ull, l'orh-r. Little. l'rn-wilson.
Cups-lzlllrl. Wilson. linrby, foullill, Maw, livrrp, Manson. liusv.
Row six: flzlus. Kilfis. l'.l1ln-tins, 'l'u0l0. 5lllllQ'I'. lipam-., lirik-
sa-ll, Smith. Hualnson. lilu-rlp. Nlzlllsoll. lfilvll, N1-oil. lion flu-:
l"l'1-cll'i4'e-y. Soul:-s. SH'll2l'l', 1-lulln-llsln-ill. Sli-zlrlls. 'l'n0h', Svlluul-
vr:nl't. 0'Kourkn-. Blu-sn-raulll, Hop.-r, -lm-ksnn. Mula-rmann, llmnt-
illl-L Kon' four: lillllll, llzilvh, lbvlosll, llzllilu-. -lollnsun. lur-
pvllin-r, lin-isn-xl, .hull-l'snll. Nrllalu-. ll:-ikv. lil!-lm. fnhll, NW-zlklp.
lion' lllrn-1-: H1-pn-rs. Spvlin'rl', Km-ogli. Nllll'llll'. XYiln:, .xIlll1'I'hllIl,
lvlQ'lllil'I'2. Nllllu-l', Cole. hlalplu-. llrlllllfin-lll. l'zlrks, lrishie-.
li-nv Inu: l'--r-tvelt. Xluulhi-kink. huilliaxma-. lilnnirxg, lle-rl:-t.
Slznzolf. flzlrk, liruu-r. .llc-Xl-1-I. Small. l'itz4-r. Wing. flaussn-n.
Huw one: lliirop, Spit-vr. linker, Nelson, l:l'lll'll1'l', Tramp.
kelly. liim-In-r, Kellogg, 1lllIlllItl'l'l'. Spel-lzvn.
To start the year in the right way the
juniors selected, by popular vote, the
students they wished to lead them. They
chose Albert Taylor, president, and Vir-
ginia Carr, vice-president. Ella Baker cor-
nered the job of seCretary-treasurer, and
Riley Howard won the post Of sergeant-
The juniors donated S550 to the projector
fund from a balance of 379.98 left from
The first big activity sponsored by the
junior class was the all-school play, "Seven
Keys to Baldpatef' From the profits of
this play the juniors were able to add
2549.14 to their treasury.
Juniors hold prominent places in all the
school activities. Virginia Carr, as vice-
president, and Riley Howard do a fine job
on the student council. In the Hi-Y cab-
inet Albert Taylor, Calvin Solem, and Hal
Langford represent the juniors. Two jun-
iors, Virginia Carr, and Ella Baker, are
TO NEXT YEAR
'l'lll'I t-tltill Nlilt-Illitlli l'0I.lt Y-ls1list'll!ss1'tl hy ltlltl lSru1'llt'l'.
liilillllilyt' l!rnnil'ie-lil, ltla Klan- Ni-ali-, I-'arra-ll Matson, Zi-lla
Nlarie- Slilr-ny. and Nlanrini- I-'ilc-h. standing around thi- man
nt' South .hln'l'i4'zl. ln this I1-xivxvs 1-lass thu- girls art- lll't'lHll"
ini: to travli 4-nnntry svhool.
IS 'I'lllS 08 liklll li?-.lslcs Upal toons-r ot' lh-tty linhns who
is lnnsilp looking up the rm-oral, nhile- lirnu- Si-linnlc-rat't,
Nlaxini- l"ll'1n-lltt-I, llvlnss 'l'0nh'. Ili-ttv Nlnrgan. Mary linin-
lnt-rv, and lfapa- Young lmtie-ntly wait at thi- Ile-sk in thn-
NPAYS Ol" 'I'lll'l N'l'Il'lK-ln In-riutl tuo ,hmwirall history
1-lass thi- ri-4-1-nt 4-vi-nts nt' thv wi-ek are tlist-nsst-cl hy lfldgar
Ilmnrlass. .lack F11-ilu-l'g', Marion Siinants, ,lean lllrlvott. llvr-
lnan I'rim'st, and lin-tty Jana- Swain. Thr- present worlil situa-
tion supplin-s many interesting tonic-s for discus-ion,
WlI.Vl"S lfl NNY?--liuluiiig t'rnin thi- grins on their faces
sonn-thing' is :with-ntly vs-ry ainnsini: to Avroin lillSfZill'lt"ll.
Ilarlii-n Lyons, Amy Hayashi, Don Uhr-ring', tlliuf-r Barra-tt.
and Xirginia Carr who art- having a little- get togi-tln-r on
thi' stairs, Map wi- join in thi- fun?
N'lll'l'l'I .K llXl.l..KID-.U'trr ghilli: tllis assigilllwnt to hvr
In-rind six English lite-raturv 1-lass, aniiil lusty ixroans ot'
anguish, Miss Nlarit- Svhaah 1:lYl's a word nt allviu- to Alim-
Spim-r, whih- tit-raltl t'aIhnnn, Lily Lavinc, Bob Van llus-
kirk, Yi-rimn liritt, and liilvp llmwaril sea-k na-lodios words.
in the G. R. cabinet. Bette Adams is the
only junior in the G. A. A. cabinet. At
the district 'dramatic contest Georgena
Toole won a superior rating. She takes
part in almost all of the dramatic pro-
The crowning event of the year will
be the junior-senior prom which is to
be held May 22 in the Crystal ball room
at the Pawnee hotel. Chairman of the
program committee is Albert Taylor.
Virginia Carr, with the assistance of
Riley Howard will take care of the dec-
orations. lt is Ella Baker's job to see
that everyone gets an invitation.
This class is going successfully through
their junior year under the sponsorship of
Miss Gladys McCormick, chairman, Miss
Mable VValters, Miss Mary Barnett, Miss
Helen Owen, Miss Marie Schaab, and
Mrs. Veryl Cameron.
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'aouutluug more useful to
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rris. tile-una, Parks, ll:-u-rly
ul 'l'lu-wsu llc-yi-rs, listen
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In-rind ,xllll'l'il'2lll liil'l'iltlll'l' ohms. Thx- situation is Smith, llnrnthy livnden. Ann ,xU'llillSOIl, 1il'Y'2lllIilll'
4-riti1-all for ln- is :giving ons- nf "thirst-" tc-sts. Stzuph-5. Lurilh- Sluller. Bernim- lluTn-mpln-, und IAUY4
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gling tlxrough als lu-at they run. typing und stully blI8illl'hS prilwiple-srum-ernillg typillg.
IUNIORS SET THE PACE
P000 A l'0l'0-littlv by little tlu-se stndvnts :urn-
lvalrningr to twist lln-ir tomgnvw into Spanish sounds.
Dorothy lVvwtpll:nl :nnlrles tnwzuwl the slvsk to sc-nk
:ln answer. Nornm l'yl4-. l"r:lm-is-. Anile-rson, lie-tty
linhnx. and Virginian tlri1-svn struggle with H'l'bS,
nouns, and plirnsc-s.
l'lIlCl'KlNll IN-lln-ir livlu-la .null mom-y, for thu- l'0lllXli SOUX-:nrv tln- se-llwsla-r In-sts. 'l'lml's why
Ill-we-hool plan, to .llln-rt 'l'2lQ'lllI', m1-sill:-nl ol' lln- vu-ryolw gon-s nronnll nilh sua-In zu norrin-cl look on
nnior 1-lass, nn- linry .lle-wrnnll :intl l'nuI Nlnrzolf. ilu-ir fan-Q--:unl who uonldn't. In ldllglisln lilvmtlln-
lll juniors aolul tix-ke-la for tho alll-wllool play, 1-lass Dmmlll l'.l'1'llI'i4'I'X, Lillian Woods, llolr NlvNq-1-I.
New-n Km-ps to ll:ll1luall1'," sponsor:-sl lay thu- flnnior Nlnrrille- Ku-ugh. lion Nlrldxoy, and Ju-.ln km-llom.:
1-lun, ln ln-lp lllllkl' it thi- 5ll1'l'l'hS it wus. study for whale-u-r lnzly 1-onw.
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QIYING 0l'T 'l'lll'I lNll'vl4I-on how tain tic-km-l.s:nl1-at IT DUESNHI. INVIYHEK HIM-llml 54-nw-to-I' lv:-ts :iri-
im HN' an Whoo! "hu: hwmfond U the 'mfnm 1lllllI'01ll'hiIllIlIl zlgnllop. Mike- 0'llourke nlny dreanns
"h""S' "im 'W "m'5""" 'h l"'95Hh"'t 'uhm' T"3l"r' in first period English lll'l'l'1lllll'1' rlnw, hnt L00
lfqliy lfowurfl' -s""g":ff'.tr.i'!. 'Mins' Luft. lsfflglff Few? Tnmiln-. Irix funp, ll:u'l1-ne l'2lI'Il1'lllt'l', :incl Heh-n
i"u'tr9'l"nrf"' "nd x"L'm"' 4--ff: Uu'pHMu" ' " ' Hutch urn- more concerneml :ullonl ilu- future und
1ll'Plllll't' for it.
SCDPI-IOMORES ARE THE
CREAM OF THE CROP
wr. sur. Ln. i,n1-mn.-:I may iw vulllv- N""N-
one-. .lzufkio lilnisv. llznrrivi .lonv-. li:irlr.n'u llirwh-
frlll. Yirzinizi -lohnsnn. :lull Uv-nv Jzlnwx -2ll'l' Ili!!
t.V,,.ptinlls to ilu- rnll-. 'l'ln-3'l'1- tuxin: ilu-lr lrrzilns
in this g.Lr:llnln:u' vlzlw, hut un- knun ilu-5'll wilm-
nnt' alll riulil.
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FUNAXIL K liR.XYlTl'1K-lhlt ii ws-Ins Imp:-ll-ss. ,KNLKZIYH lHN"l' l'l'-llnw lllillly lmllv- of ilu-
'I'Iiis plirnw runlll ln- in the lninnls nf Ilennm Sprung- human lmdy hun- l.:1lin IIIIIIIIW. lhlls- Iii-nlnnn. Nlurk
ls-r. -lalllu-s lizlkvr. ll1'l'ui1'n- llruun, lluroll lllllll. l'1'rl'lIo' I-'lvh'Iu-l'. lloh linllnlzln. ll1ll',i1ll'lQ' fzlninw-I, xvlllllll,
lil-nes, :incl -lunn-t Wallin-r nhu are "pinning" lIll'lllI1.LIl linhlnnun. unml lin-lpn lfaigg urn- alndying an lllil2l'llIll
as ln-st in an-4-mul pm-au' Latin rluss. Lin- and luy nmp of lin- human ska-letnn in .ln utieinpt to learn the
lu- lmrll in IfIlgllslllblll-lYllQ'll in Lulin, oh! Latin nannies,
S1HII'T'l'llIN1i ll'l'lN'l' YYHUNKE-lI4'u'l'ly liaihll- has
just lrie-il to l'llllNil'lll'f al lu-rpvmlii-lllur ln an lim- in
plum- gi-mm-try 1-lu:-5 but wi-ins lo ln- inning: 4lii'l'i-
vlllly. Jopvn- Nlilllmllsv, xvllllllfl' Jvllwll. Tnln Wlorv-
hnusv, und lin-H5 l'au'nn-ll url- ailing tin-ir rnindx ax
lililv 1'M'l'4'isr in lu-lping lll'l' illll.
POINTS Ol' lN'l'lIKl'IS'l'-ln ilu- NI:-:lite-rrnm-,in 51-al
uhicli 4-ffr-vi the rn-sl nl' thu- unrlrl nn- living: point:-il
out by Hill h'nodlinrst in svn-nth px-riml rmmlwrriul
:gn-snvglwlliliy 1-In--. liolnfrl Rn-1-. l'lnu'l1-5 Sm-I4-y, llnn
Ku-Q-inlulil, :ind llmmlil llotz unix-h uilh imm-ri-r.l-
ut le-aut un the sln'i':u-n-.
Sc-holastically high is the sophomore class
of 1942. There are 250 members of this
group with a representation in almost
every school organization.
The sophomores are under the Watch-
ful supervision of two sponsors, Miss Ina
Diener and Miss Gladys McCormick.
Marilyn Yost is one of the most tal-
ented members of the class playing the
piano with great skill and accompanying
many musical groups of the school.
Jack McCartney made a good showing
in both varsity football and basketball,
usually making the starting line-up.
Doris Pound and Ted Olson were in the
dramatic presentation, "Antic Spring",
which won a superior rating at Fremont.
Virginia Johnson as Whiffles, had one of
the leads in the Children's Theater pro-
gram "VVhiffles and Fellisaf'
QI'lE'l' l'l.lGASl'I-is the instruetiuns uiven tn these noisy
SOIlll0lllUI'l'S. Row une: Fnllins. Km-h. Whitetl, Dunlap, lYarcl,
Lnntlmrd, -lnllnnsen. Slll'l1lll2ll'1Il'I', Krause, Parsons, Roberts.
Row two: Hauser, Kellogg, Stagenmn, Ellingson, Neve, Adzuns,
H. Snyder, Nlnllenix, Nic-kelson, 0'R0urke, Trenthly, Sawyer
liutler. Row three: l":l,f:g. J. Snyder, llazen, Perkins, Downs,
liostwiek, lilzlesi, IS. llrmrn. l'nrnell. llralse, bvil'IllN'l'L1l'l'. Hunl-
nhrey, -lennings. Row four: Okznnutu. Stick. Xhlmleoek, Payne,
Blursli. Honeywell, lielz, llflhlnzlrtl. Sinmnts. Griffith. Sykes,
Applegate, llalnsen. Row t'ixe: Pouml. Larkin, Yates, Nlellzir-
ness, lionknnt. Smith, Nnrull. liuwen. Robinson, Nll'f'ZllN', Bess,
Lyneh. Iilois, Row six: Sluntruss. liiehl. Nlettin, lirotline.
Tllurtell, Kelley, l'uxtnn. tiramley, Xrnalt, Casts-el. llreisen,
llistel, Blah-uint. linw seven: XVrig'ltt. Miller, Beyer, Slike,
Rose. NI. Jones, Runner. Tueker, Seh:let't'el', Bnlhnzln, Rosen-
llillll. Nlt'fill'lIll'Y. Iinher. Row eight: Yiter. Shirluw, Luttrell,
X is l X
.l. l'ete', lzlnesufsky, tlr:lt't', , . Peters.
l5nttnm, row une: llny, tireunry. Nl. lies-yes, Adanns, llellonuhl.
l"elitz. .L .l1iltnsmt. ken-ten, l.nthes'. l'reit:luer. Yiggers. lion'
twn: 'l'u0g'nml, Phillips. Ilaltie. Nntle. 'l'Immpson, bvtllt'I'l0ll.
Wright tiomlhurst, iinltelnnth, Nlanti. Rhodes. Stewart, llipp,
linw three: f'lI'lNIlll, Neulson. Sta-v-nsun, Tussingg Knzlnn.
Proxy, Pease, .Xpplegau'th. l'LhIers. A. Iiroun, ltmrker, Beisner.
linker. Run' l'lhllI'Z llllnl. flames, llalll. Kuwe, 'I'ulnsen. llruluy.
lhliley. Y. t'nrns, lfleteher. Winn. St-almrar. Seeley, Roberts. Row
fin-I iYal4l1l, lfisller. Korte. llulemnh, Ilueliley, Y. slollllsnll, Liell.
Xtalker, llisshouse, Nlzuhlnx. for-In-tt. Sieuelin, Sehrieker. Row
six: Youngltuns. Lyneh. Slarslmll, Flint. Stearns, Slllllllk.
Davis, Smith. liluxunn, .XIIHIYLL Blelienney, Nliehener. Row sexen:
H'ilsun. italtnn. Jones, Kuhlnnln, Ellysnn, ll, Cairns, Gable,
Lierk. til-oss, Dixon, llirsehfelll, Xost, liowman. Row eight:
Reeves. Fong. I.. llushnnil, I.. llushnml, lirnnson, Fisher.
Spangler. Sealhurg, Sorensen, Ayurs. lieeler. Hopkins. Kon'
nine: lierhzun, Jensen. Cullmun, l'ul'l'.
ld-1'l'TlNi. THF Iillill-ln mind .ure thi-av soplm-
nmri- lrinlnuy -tml:-nts. Nliliirs-cl Yxlte--., Elzlon Kvl-
lnugg. IK1-ily l,i1'll. lla-ily 1'l'4m. :xml Xlalrioll Ilia-Ill gin'
Ilia-sv lrircls Iln- onvv null' su tlml ilu-5 mul l1'lm-m-
In-l' lln-ir rIl:lr.u-h'rixii1w :lml uxllnn-N. .X fine lliril
vollw-tion is num-il by ilu- biology llt'llllI'lIll1'll1.
'lllli 4iIl.lNllhl'l: 'l'll.X'l' NAS ROME-lw lwillu l.l-ZAIININH 'I'lll-I l'1SSlCX'l'l.ll,S-Ol' an-nina: is tin-
lminli-nl nut hy llirk 'l'um-lu-r on ilu- unzip nf the hugn- nmhitinn of then- girls in lllllllf' I-'l'01lUllll4'N vluss.
Runnin lflinpirr :ilmul uliirll tln- norlll hiatnry wtu- I-ills-n l'alxton. l.Pmm Ehlrrn. Joy:-o Dish-l. 3l:u'y:an'i-t
Ili-nts uri- nun' -xuilpingg. flzuirv lime. Us-lwxivxv Sen- lirivwn, and lionnic- Wi-inlu-rue-r ure- sn-win: nn gur-
lrllru' illlll li1'I'lllll 'l'no:n4ul lists-ll In Ilia-kk :lvvulllll nwuts fm' ilu-ins:-lu-s. In this vlzlv- ilu- uirla lvalrn
of liunn-'s an-:stun-Ns at its pe-uk. lu ilu tlw umm 'mu-li4'nl things nl' lifr.
ISIKINHINH l4'UlI'l'lI-liunul niuxin- ii flu- :illlhitiull ol' 'l'Hl'i0WlNli THE NOTES .XR0l'Yll-ln 5108 to
I'lulIis Wmlzl. Nluriun Nnmll. lil-vm-rly furns. lhhlllli! tune up for the vfnning lmml przu-tie-9 urn- Carolyn
Hllpson. :mul Slnrimi lllui-1' ulm nrv sinuinu' in front Ilivon. -lurk 3l1'f'2ll'fIlPf, -larry f'l2lllNSt'll, Paul Marti,
nf the-ir ll-llnm N4-niur :ln-r rluh -tuvls-nts in the- lliviv Ilrnnsmi, and Twplu I-'islu-r. Twn vlurim-ts.
mu-.ir rumn. Ile-My Kulinx ln-lpn by playing' thi- aw- an 1-urnvt. an flute, und an Xylophone make up their
1'4llllllillllllll'lll for ilu-nl, illatrulllvlllli.
-Il'S'l' IN t'ASl'1-'l'In-y forget the-ir pk nnll nk in typing. the
nmlh-l key-lmnrd is kc-pt hznnly. Iflfipulinn- hairs. In-ntzl lix-1-lvr.
Pauline Muntrow. Ilonnn S1-hrit-ks-r. Nlurin- Sic-ge-lin. and
lilnine l'nrhc-It nrau-tic-9 for In-rt'n-tliun. Wu- fn-1-l sure than
thvsv girls rain-ly haul' to yzlalllm- :lt tht' lu-y-Imalrtl.
Tllli l'Y'l'lI.Hi0liI'I.XN 'I'lll'l0KNl-h mu-K important tu tht'
lIIlllt"I'Sl2llllllllLI of plum' 9:1-mm-Hy. Nliws .Xlnm Wittvllln-rue-I'
hm-lps Shirlvy l,Rll'lxlll sunk up n little- knuulvllgn-. llivk Knwv,
Ilill Rllndv-. Doris l'nnn1l. :Intl lnlvl'l'liil Krzulso- unit pzntis-ntly
for Miss ll'itte-nlwzuvl' tu gvt tu llu-ln.
LENDINIE A lll'lI,l'lXti Pl.KNIl-l,nu'rll llnllsm-r. l'Iu'rl'll,
Nlursh. llalrulrl Snpils-r, M:-rlin Fitfh he-lp llilfltlll Willa-rtnn finish
his I-nd tnhln-. In wmnl unrk tht-sv suplmnmrn- hops lnnkn- :nanny
use-ful things for thvir hnnn-s. and learn tn nw tht-ir llilllllri in
IS l'l' l'l,l'I.XK-Asks Mr. Ynunu in his 1-nlnnu-rm-intl nritlunr-tiu
1-laws. Luvon l':u'snnh, ,Ian-kiv Snych-r, l4'Iol1-In-0 liolnfrts, und
Lroln lvilfll lnnk :ls if il Hlillllliln in, Studs-nts who plan to
rntvr thc- husilu-ss wnrlal n-nroll in 1-oninwru-ini zxritlnnc-til' to
lrurn h0lllt'llIlllL1 nhuut the prnhivnis nt' IIl0lll'l'll lDllhlll9NS.
Ylll, iltitili. AND VITAl.l'I'Y-t'lmr.u'l.-rin- tht- :iris uho
tankv nvtiw- part in thu- gpm 1-Inna-s. -Inst -nc-h :iris nn- liunivu-
.ipnlq-ganrtli, linnitn K4-allun, and Lily I-king. Ilnring: tht- hnakvt-
hull -e-anon, husk:-tlmll is tzluuht in thu- vlzuwp. l'lllIllt't' xllnws
IIN how itk llnnu- hy shunting zu u-rp finv husk:-t.
t.I'.'l"l'lXti 'l'lll'1AtlNt'l-1-08ICI!-.Xt thu- sclmol rliniv ililq-s Runlwl'
has his tl-1-th vxzllnim-ll hp Ill. -lnsml Il. llurunrt. lillgu-luv
llzulm-ll, lualrl llipll. lioll S1-utt. ilI!1l In-Ilnuml Phillips nutrh
lin' l'tlllIllll'. HN. -I4--sir Slornnt l'i't'4ll'llN tlu- cllwtor's findings
on the 1-innlition ul thu- tv:-th. Nlnny Ninth-nts nn-rv gin-n
IN A Ml'Ivll,i'I-Are the-sv :rm-en fl'4'Hll'lN'll on their ,XNHVJNT lll'Ili0l'IS-.Xrv just as 1-xt-itine to rmnl
t'irst I'4':istrzltioll :lay in North I'lzlttt' lligh School. tllllilll as tht- most lnml1'l'n ones. xItll't'1'lll' Ylvlls 1-HMI,
4'l'1"'l"- T""2"'Nl- Hlllltli lin-tl. -lim xlilfllll, .lurk ol' the zltlxelltlllw-s ot' I.ltin ln-l'ovs to ln-I' fn-Ilon
Iiillialn. Zllltl I.in koslntll Inna- ronn- to Nliss I-'l0l's-In-v Slllllvlllh. llnn lin-yllolmls, Jilnmiq- Nlrllm-kin, Nl:u'u:n'rt
Xnlonitls-s who is alunps willing to aulviw tht- boy H:u'r, and llivk Kelley listen. The first pe-ar ot' Latin
UI' E-2'l'l lllllllli 1'll0UwiliLL' 2-lllijwts. is tl study ol' the founding of lionw.
Somewhat in awe of the upper classmen,
285 freshman registered on September 2,
15142. Although hardly known then, most
have now become familiar.
Ann Richardson, Marion Young, and
Pal. Howard are three freshman who
placed in senior chorus. R. Cedric Ander-
son was glad to have NVayne Cool, Jimmie
Rlcaleekin, Conan Castle, Donald Rose,
llill Evers, Larry Hansen, Jack Killian,
J. C. Nisley, Don Reynolds, Norman Tod-
enhott, and Erene Fredrecie in first band.
XYorking as reporters and advertising
solicitors on the Round-Up paper were
Mareette XVells, Clarice Staples, Virginia
Cable, Elaine Shirley, and Margaret Batt.
In the top group of the first semester's
honor roll were Rosemary Foster, Rodney
Davis, and Virginia Young with four ones.
Close behind with averages of three ones
were Conan Castle, Jack Killian, Oma Lee
Doebke, Emma Lou XVivill, Justine Wada,
Jane Nislev, Ursula Lehman. Kenneth
Rowker, Mie Fujimoto, Jean Mills, J. C.
Nisley, Norma Lee Oeamb, Harlin Olin,
Mary Ann Roul, Ann Richardson, Corrine
Smith, and Helen Tibbetts passed the first
semester with an average of two ones.
Conan Castle, "Tom" Doolittle, Jim Me-
Meekin, lValter Mettin, Don Rose, Mie
Fujimoto, Esther Koch, Don Hansen, and
Don Weitzel are in the orchestra.
l.noLlllu .Klan-:ul-to In-ina sn-lliol'siliou uno: llalyuslli. Fijilnoto. llzllu-rson. I'un4-ll. l':ll'I'lsll. lh-uns, Qnilllt-3, lzillllllllll. .loin-s,
Wlillvr, N'ol"ott. lion tno: Iivpnnltls, Iillnlllv. lizlrstn, Hallu-rstnl, llnntn-l', trrunlson. Adauns, K1-nail, Iinstnirk. Olin, l5ou'k1'r,
Lon:-, Dznis. lion' thru-0: Iii:-Innwlson, Nlills, 'l'n-lnlwtts, Nl-wtion. ll:-inzln-. Nixill, Nu-gn-l', IS. Hills. llllllllfli. l'unnor. llnntn-r,
Lulu-:ll', l'inIu-ll. Kun four: l.orl'.liln'. llohinslln. W1-an-r, John-on. Iirzlntillg. Knml. lllalrk. Ln-nis, Ka-shun. nlllllllilll, -lullnsun,
linpt-nrt. Adkins. lion' fiu-: Drnkn-. 04-annh, Prntlu-r, Pratt. Flfilrlls, llzustinus. Walter, Nh-lxuin, Nlmnl, Bla-livoy. Meg:-rs,
Noskv, Rowley. Ron' six: Nlvllolnlltl, NI1'l'zlslin, Ynxllllg, livllkl-r. iyalrs. lin-ss, Louis. Idlllnlllk, Xhm1l1'o1'k, Nlzlson. K. l.1-win.
Iiielmrtls. Warn-n. Row st-von: Shirley. tiwntt, Hailey, Batt, Ihll, kaunhal, Nnllixan, Nh-lls, .luzwit-k, haunt. Smith, l'nnk,
Matson. Kon' 1-ight: lie-Il. lS.n'm-Il, Flood. Wingrlt, Ah-vznnlt-r. N'ull1'r. Hua-rs, llaulu-rson. Johnson. Nlilroy. Slurtin. Lilnlen-
ninth. Row nine: lfostvr, Walla, Svlmrnmnn, lln-inzlv, Young, t'arpt-nl:-r, Smith, lllmzlrd, Miles, Nisley. Rowe, lialtv, Sltlllll'5.
Row ten: Inman, Haunt-r, llnnt, He-ttin, Sh-plu-ns, Reynolds, Rust-.
A R E -LJ i ..-,..,,
'I'IIl'IY SHALL IIXYIC Nll'Slt'-lf thvj lrg :md follow Hr. 'l'rn-nholln's
instrn4'tions. thu-sv girls in junior :lor rllllr will lm uhh- to Nina nith the-
ln-st, lr:-nv l'pIi0t't', Xlzlrion -lrzln Ylllllllff, llunnzl Ili-inzlv, Lois l':irrish, .ln-nn
l"inne-il. Vlizlrlotti' tirlws, :Ind lim-lllslli Shu- llnstinux lirzwiiu-. Top.
ANIISIN' lil 'l' t0NI4'l'SlN'-.hw tin- :inrie-nt l..itin myths stnzlii-il in first
ylnr l,altill4'I:iss1-s. llaile' Smith, Ann Iii1'lml'llsnll, Kvllnn-th llnwl-in-l'. lillun-iii'
t':lrst1-ns. :intl tlnlnilm- Ihwlrkn- lll'l' nhsnrlu-tl in the- falntnsies ol' zlliviviit
thus, S4-1-mul from top.
'I'Xl'tl WINDS ARE lll'I'l"I'l'IK 'l'lI.KX UNI-I--No think lla-H-rly Sfililllllilll :intl
Row Hairy lfustn-r who urn- rolmim'iiig grzlnnnzxr nntvs. Stumlfnrcl Lau-kin,
-lurk Killian, Yurlnnii 'l'ml1-nllnl't. :incl llirk Smith re-ly nn tln-il' nwn nn-ntzll
ralluirilp to get the-m through. 'I'hiril frum top.
Kon' one-: Wa-mlm-Imrn. lluleluin, Ilrnsnn, Sunni:-r. Nm:-. Thumais. t'oupn-r.
fln-Q-U-l'. llurk. Nlnstziril, t-olilvn. Kon' twu: Ill-llin'I':. llvlm-li, lic-rkulwl,
Hiristm-r. Lzxrkin. Shirluw, l'e-rkins, 'I'ull4-nlmft. lin-rg, Nh-Slee-kin. Si-hmiilt,
t'l'zllnl1'Il. lin-tl. Hun tllrn-9: ti0t't', -loin-s. Yvnu-ill, NlrNlnl'l'n3. linker, Johnson.
Sm-1-r. Ile-rgrlnnd. Tininwr. llnq-ring. tlxtt-rguzircl. -li-t't'e-rs. Smith. Ruw four:
llilitlilllll. tiruff, Atllv, Atlanns, Km-Ilp, lrxin, l.nm-illn-. Ri:-lmrclsun. I.:-nix.
fool, t':lstl1'. Hanlilnvk. Y:-th. lion' fin-: Iiaiilwililll, Knrk. Ln-lnnzin, tlrst-
ric-rh, llzlrt, llingson. t'uhn, l"unt-. Ilzlrrvn, 'l'ru-inhlp. Smith. Bins-tit-l'. ful-
Iins. limi' six: Hotchkiss, I-'lnru, Sta-urns llrzinnun. l':iym-. Kinm. Blur:-ish,
fnillullll. llaulsvll. ICU-l's. Killian, Xiu-ly, 'l'0m.:'lmil. Row an-U-n. Koko-kia-,
Wills. tinhln-, Fl't'lll'il, How. lllciilgt-tt. llill. Kms, Suaiin, llzxrrn-tt, Vernon,
Nlnrlon. St:-rl. How vigllt: liirlmnls. Ill-una, Ytie-tlrl. -lnhnsnn. St'il3ll'Illilll,
Timmvrmaln. Smith, Sfililt-'fiAt'l', Ya-n. lloln-rts, Wright, Szikuui. Whnlp. Kun'
nine: llvvorv, Wolfe-. Nmith, l'pln-. W. llill, Iloelikr. l"l'l'tiQ'l'il'il-', 3l1'Nt'l'i,
llukvr, xll'l'iRll'iZllld, Ainlvr-ull, t'li-rk, lilIil4'1'k. Run' tm-n: Nlznsun, tirn--s,
Ynllligg, -lohnmn. l'h1-ips., Krmzls, S1-hh-ininu, Wmulnziiwl, l'rusiw, limuu-,
l.nnrzn'. Nlzuwlmll, l. Smith. liuttom grunp.
KNOW YOU'LL DO
l'l'l'Il,l.,L l'l'l-1l.l.AI-I, l'l'l-Il,LAl'l--write-w Jann- Nialvy :ls sho
ilerlim-s an l.altin nnun in hl'l'0llll ln-riml Latin 1-hiss. Sc-:ntl-il
:Ind rn-:ulp to gin' anlxim- it' .lane gc-ts nn:-k urn- Huh l.nc-zlko,
Hairy Xluttsnn. :unl l'nre-iw Smith. Luis Nlrlizlin. -It-rry Milt-s,
und liill llxvrs.
WIIKKING WI'l'll l'0l'l'l-IR,-dllrinlr il 4-Inns nn-rioql in gem-rail
shop. llaunnu-ring away ut the first tallrlq- :Irv liunhlin- lh-tl.
flmrla-s Slurtin. auul t'lmrln-s 'l'nog00ll. Intent on their wnrk
ut the an-ronil lanhh- urn- llnh- l-'lnml and Ric-lmrtl llulu-rsnm.
lm-ful :lrtivh-s :irc nnuh- in shop 1-lusws..
T0 BE NIETAI, WORK!-IRS-is thi- illllhiiiilll of thaw serious
fn-slinwn boys in gem-rail shop. lioh KA-1-knrll ps-nw up the
forge while Yul Pziyne, Ne-vzllv .xllillll5, G1-urgv Bnstwic-k, and
,Xrliss Adauns wurk with lll9iill :xt thv amvils. Manny skills
nz-elli-tl for lift- are fllllgllf in this class.
' L if .
I'l' T0 THE 3llNl"l'l-I NICYYS-is the tnpir of int:-ri-st in HAYIG A l!lTl'1?-wr Xvisll we 1-mild. This upln-tiling fooal
thix me-inl 5lllllll'w flu-s. irate-il hy thu- Stars :unl Stripe-Q whivh tho- l'rt-shnn-n girls lmvv vnoke-QI is 4-nuinrll to tempt any
.intl ri-ailing.: nn-in nlmut il. urn- -In-nn liaunnnn, Joann lYol1-ntt, nmnk In-nrt. Hzunpling' their own 1-rezutinns urn- Nlanim- Smith,
-lurk llrlhnlallll, ll:-rry flu-4-u'l', Nh-lxin fl'2llldl'll. und l'l:u'iu' lla-In-n Ti-lvln-tts, Alive- Jenn-5, Roln-rtu 3ll'l"ill'lilll1l, lit-rlrlnlv
Stalplus. Kubeck, mul Bonnie Clark.
'l'00'I'lN' .XHXY-in the- IllllNil' room to uv! ill tlln- suing of
Illings :lrr Ill:-sr l'l'q-sllia-s in sn-1-oml halllll. Iilzlrinu ont on vor-
lu-ls nrt- I'1n-rvtt Nrlllnilll zllltl R1-x Ki:-llslrtlsoll. 'l'ln- snxzllllloln-
is lla-ll Le-nis' fanoritl- thrill while- tht- vlan-ills-t slnnx on
Roll:-rt l.olu"s nlnllilionu.
'l'Ill-1 Y.XI,l ll lil-' X-is nhut tht--v l'rt--Iulllaln :alum-hral -lnllvlltx
nonlll like- lo know. ling Ih-:ul llolrllkisw, Lzlrry lIilIlNt'll,
lioh livllkn-l'. Ilzlrolll l"lnl'n. Xlallltlzl -lvaln Hill. :Intl l':llty How-
:lrll llilit' haul nolnv zllgvlllul ill jnlliol' high llllt lllall llorsll'I
nmke- it ZIIIJ' 1-:nie-r.
.ll'S'l' 'l'lIl'I 1il'1Nl-IKAI. 'l'lllNtiS-:lrv Mullin-tl in ut-llerzll Illallil.
lflu-lpn llzn'r1-tl. ll. ll Xin-ly, Sllirltrmn- V1-rllml, xI1llll'iIlP Qual-
lvy, Yirgillizl llolfv, :Intl lil-ol'gv Svllzu-l'l't-l' l'1'lil'u for tonlor-
l'ou"- tn-xt, Host lu-olllv think gt-llvml nluth is 1-any--hlll ,ins
ask "our who knows."
SIGNING Tllli l'0NNTl'l'l"l'l0N--in tllvil' soriall stllllivs 1-lzlss l"l1"l'IllX IS l'1Xl l'l'lXt.--to llll--v -lnlln-llls ill l'I't-slllllanl lAl1-l'-
shons thu- Iopzllty of ilu-se' stnlle-nh to their 1'llllllIl'X. Ko-iline iltllft' Clilwh. Tin- lhrills ol' -olnv :ll'list'N nrl'i1- llvn nrt' rvzul
hollis-ll put- lwl' Ilillllt' lloun uhilv Halroltl XYFRIKPF. follzln by I.ort-luv lin-n-un to In-l'1'l:l-N lnnll-N. .lrlt-ln' lla-illlln-. livin-l'ly
hustle-. lilsiu- .inn lfnnk. -ll':lll Tillllllili. illlli Tlllllllly Doolittle- Nm-o-r. 3l.u':zll'4-I Ihlt. annl Knlh Somlt-l' follow 1-lowly in
want tha-ir turn. their books.
UJE llllll IJUH
The spring Round-Up is here. The riders
have driven in the dogies from the open
range, brands are being spotted, and rec-
ords entered in the tally book. Ranch
hands are carefree and gay, now that the
Season is drawing to an end. Already
they look ahead to the next round of
Of the 186 seniors pictured in the book
165 survived. A few mavericks strayed
along the way but most mastered their
required subjects and electives, obtaining
thirty-two or more credits. The students
to be graduated May 25 selected as a
motto: 'Ours is the Task of Rebuilding'
which is appropriate for the times, as the
rebuilding of the world is no doubt going
to rest upon the graduates of the present
day. The class flower is the scarlet carna-
tion and the colors are powder blue and
Robert Jones led the class of 1942,
Don Cooper assisted as vice-president.
Betty Dahlgren kept a record of events
and finances, while Wayne Seeger held
the position of sergeant-at-arms.
nl uf nmis
Xl.XN'l'l'IR WIIXIN-.Hill-n N1-Isnu. l'h5lIis l'0l's-mzm, flame- SIITIIHI
:xml liuh Nlmrralll, uinln-rs ul' ilu- Inln-lliuw-Inv quiz. wpnnllsmalvll
Ivy Hn- Ulnzlhzl N'ul'ld llnfmlwl. :rw ri-:ulini in-1rllr'tiuns issllm-fl
lay than lmpvl' :lull IIN- Ns-lnluskax .Um-l'i4-:ln lmuion l'roln IIN
an-coml flum' hulls-tin Imzlnl tho dau' tln- rm-suits wc-rv pu-tml.
:,., :.f ws.. , -'
Amin-ws .IllllIt'LZllIl' Arrington Built-y IHIIIIFFSIOII lg2ll'Ilt-'II ISZINIIIIOTII
IiQ'illls lit-zu liirk Bluxnm Bolun liruse lirinkenm
DRICIYS, l.IIl'I'l'.X . . . lioillill-l'p I
. 4'oIlv:,I- pri-p:Ir:ItoI'y vollrsr . . .
N Q-I-tn-r" like-s thi- 1Zl't'ilI 0lII'4II'-IIIIUIN1
omg:-Il to :I hic-yi-le I-luh :Intl to il hiking
Iluh . , , zulnuires thi- wonn-n iII white
. she-'ll lu- thrillt-il wh:-n sho 1'1lll :lon
hat own nurse-'s t'Jl1l.
Xl I l.I'Iti.I'I'I'i. SIIHIIYLIN . . . lI:IlIIl If!-fl.
lilrnt svrxivl- ii. Ili-Y 'I-Il-I, l'oolh:IIl I
st:-nII2I':lplIi1' rourse . . . ".Xpplr" gn-is
I lurk out ot' huntingr. Ilnne-ing. :Intl pho-
Illllly . . . hm-'s :Ilri-nily rnrin' to do
somethin: for lnrlv Sant-hs-'s just wziit-
in for il rlI:Inc'v tn ,ioin tht- n:u3.
!INti'I'0X, ILINIIINA I.l-IH , . . pvp
In l. :ln-v t'llllb 21, tIl'illlI1l Il. rhurus Il.
s nor clnss plny I . . . 2f'lll'l'ill rourst-
, hu-r siniplv lllltl uniqui- :unhition is
to ln- :I IIlIIIIUIlillI'l' .. .und oh yn-s, "Noni"
ts lI2llll'IIl2' ZIINI making gooxl frirnils-
Ii nI:Il1- :Ind ft-'ll'lilIl".
ll,I-,Y, I IIUEINIA . . . Itooil III-I'.
II lItlInotl ot' Youth . . . noI'Iu:Il tI':Iin-
vuursn- . . . "Gill" lI:Is :I 1-nlll't'tion
589 1lit't's-rt-nt kinds ot' 4'i:1:Irs, yes.
ll Irs-:Incl shi-'s still going stron: , . .
s :I yi-n to me-t into tht- for:-ian soI'vi0v
Intl, shi- longs to lu- lou-Il likt- Juliet.
li.Il.lll'2kS'I'llN, ll.Il.l-2 , . . ti. II, 'B-25-l.
rnliim-t I, I-horus 25-1, si-nior glvt- 1-lub
'I-15-I . . . 'iIl'llll!l'2lIlIlI1' f-oursv . . .
"Hit-ky" nI:Ik4-s :I hnhliy of roll:-ftillg odd
jnwr-lry AIIIII stumps . . . slu- lllllSI enjoy
pi-I-kin: :Iw:Iy :It the- typvwritc-r for hs-r in-
te-ntion is to ln- il wood ste-nogralplwr.
Il.XlKNl'Il.l., .ll'I.INNI'l , . li. .L I-'C-il.
sn-Iliur uirl's glre- I'llIlI ',-Zlfl , . . 1'olIf-Liv
lll'l'lHll'ZlI0l'y I'0lII'51' . . . Ilf'l'l"h UIH' lll0I'l'
girl who thinks nursing' would ln- :I pretty
t-xi-itim: of-I-uputiun . . . "If.ll'll1'X" lik:-s
AIIIQIIIIIIQ tlI:It inxulvvs lmvim: lots nt' t'IIn,
SIIIII tlI:It inc-liuln-s 1-ollI-vting dogs.
lS.ISlll"0llD, ICIIXIA . . . llllllll I-'I-Il. glu-
4-lulr -:-2:-I, IlI':IIII:Iti4's JE. ti. li. I-'!, ti. .L
.L I-'Z. pvp I-luh I . . . gl'lll'l'1lI course
. . . llals ln-Q-n illl :IttI'zI4'tiw llSIlt'l't'IIl' :IIIII
I-:Ishii-r . . . thinks claim-iiig, swinnning'
Il'2l1t'llll2', ZIIIII purtivs ill'P pretty swn-ll . . .
wants to lu- :I model.
ILXNKINN, li0lH'IK'l' . , . footlrzlll '3, IIIAY
'I-Ji . . . st'iI-lItil'i1- :Ind vilgilu-I-I'iIIg l'tlllI'NP
"lub will toll you that ln-ing :I IIZIYZII
pilot would ln- pretty ext-itinp: . . , lu- has
thi- hruins to slll'l't-'t'tI in :Ilmnst anything
he zitte-Iupts . . . his stznnp 4-ull:-1-tion pro-
Iiilm-s hint with :In vu-itini: Ilirrrsion.
tllflf T0 Wtblili-tioimf
to sc-hool until noon :Incl
then going to work tH't'll-
pies thcse llllsy llilI'I'IIllll'
studc-nt's day. Thr- p:Irt-
time prmgrzun ot' st-nior
, high si-hool is sponsor:-Il
by H. Il. NFXYIIIZIII.
l.f':IviIIL: Sl'IllNll for work
on il typical si-liool-work
d:Iy :Ire Mr. NPw'In:In,
lit-n LI-H. l,l'2ll'I Snyder,
Ellgn-Ile lirziz-ze, liyln- M1-4
TI-v. and In-ste-r 'I':Iylor,
At the present time
thrrm- :Irv si-vvlitw-II N. l'.
ll. S. stuill-nts wurkinu
IHITI'-IIIIIP. Tha' IlI'lILfl'ilIll
is highly vmlorsi-il illlll
h:Is prow-il u-ry hlI1'l't'HS-
I'lI1 in this high school.
It not only pruviiles stu-
dents with work in the-
III-I9I'll00llS :Intl on Satur-
days, hut nlso :in-s
them sp:-Iulim: nione-y
while tlu-y 1ll'1' l1'lll'IlIll1I,
li.Il NIAX, fll'NlC . . . h:IIIIl I-'2. tl. R.
l-'Z-It-I, ti. A. .L I-'3. .tnnuul Nt'I'I'l'I2ll'y I.
-tiult-ut sI't'I'1-t:II'y l-'I-JS . . , t'llIlt'LQl' pri--
p:Ir:Itnrp I-oursr . . , d:IIu-ilu.: ZIXYIIQ' he-r
-p:IrI- tinu- is just thu: thing to ki-rp 'Nhurtp "
hnppy . . , shi- is just what tht- tlortor
orilm-rvxl, sh:-'s sun- to sin-vm-ell in lllll'NIllJ.1.
ISXY. t'll.tllI,tl'l"l'rI . . . Iistvnl no I-luhs
or ul'g:Inil:ItinIIs :IInong' Ilt'l' srhool :II'tiI'-
ities . . . llonu-work ZIINI thi- I-Iussrooin
talk:-s lu-r l'IIll QIIIYIIIIIDII , . likt- W:IslI-
ington lrxing 'iI'Il2lI"' h:Is hopes ot' tr:uvl-
ing' :Intl Innpln- will lmu- :I l'll1lllt't' to join
:I wonu-n's :Iuxili:IrI', :IIIII "svn the world."
ISHANN. k0lll'1Ii'I' . . . t'ooth:Ill I-'5-Il-I.
tI':I4'k I-'2-Ii-I, t'ootlI:Ill l-'Z-IZ-I, h:Iskt'tlI:Ill
1. stuiln-nt se-Iwi:-0
"Koh" got-s out t'o
of :Ill illlll Zllly -apo 'ts . . . his :unhitinn
will ln- flllfillvtl il' III- will ln- Ilhlt- to
work on thi- r:Iilro:ul IIINIII his l.1l'2ltIlIilII0ll.
. . . Il'l"'llI'l'ilI l'0Ill'Nl' . . .
r illld gt-ts il kit-k out
IHGZA, I'KISt'lI.l..t . . . ti. li. I. ti, .L A.
I-I . . . hIl'Il0LU'ZllPIlIK' ZIIHI lvonkku-I-pim:
vnurss- , . . "I"I'IlIll the hulls nt' Montv-
lllllliln IIIIIsl ln- l':IIoI'rd hy "Sissy" :Is lu-r
liohlly is tht- Iu:IriIII-s-4-spiwinllp lII'IIII1-ttt'
one-s . . . shi- would Iikr to lllllI'l'y :I IIIil-
Iionaiirn' twith uni- foot iII the- 2'I'2lIl'i.
IBIKK. ,XK'I'Ill li . . . lbillltl l-'B-I5-I, l'Il0I'llS
l-'!-IS- I , orI'IIvstr:I Zi- I , Stlltlt-nt I'uIInI'il
'.-24-I, Hi-I '--Zi-I, lioy's llll2ll'It'IIt' 53-Ii-l.
Ilnm-0 h:InIl I . , . I-ollf-ge pr:-p:Ir:Itnry
sc'i1-lltifiv I'oIIrsI- . . . 'lXrt" is quill- :III
omtor hut his :nnhition Iivs in ZIIIIIIIIVI'
I-l1:IIIIIvI-ln' will ln- :I psy:-lIi:ItI'ist.
IILOXINI. HON . . . pvp I-luh I , . .
t'IPl'Il'lI rllt-I-l'lt':IIlI-I' tht' lust svllwstvl' ol' lIis
senior yt'1lI' . . . II-Il l'llt't"l'IIl2 :It haiski-th:Ill
g:IIIIo-s :tml pn-p :issi-nihlirs . . . tukinp: :III
IlNIllhIl'l:ll :Irts rourst- . , , his ti-mli-In-y
is to lu- llQ'ill'lI :It illly I-ost . . . hi- w:Is
wi-ll I-quippril for pvp llllhllt'l' :It tha' :nine-s.
IIULAN, 'I'tHI , . . this lllt'l'l'j-I'jl'lI Irishs
nlzlll II:Is il lot ot' the volt-I-IIs ill il lIlIlll'l'
most ot' thi- tinn- . , , l'ooth:Ill 'C-IS. hnnil
l-'SAIL lIi'Y 'I-Il-I. svt'I'm-i:II'y 'I-Zi-I . . . now'
rnrollt-Il in thx- 4'ollI-ge llI"t'lI2l-l'ilI0l'y si-it-ns
tit'iI- roursn- . . . 2lI'I1'l' high si-Iiool illl
i'IlL2IIlt't'l'lllLl roursi- is his olijrrtiu-.
Ba skills Bauman Bay
Britt Brodheck Broo
IERASIG, I'Il'til'INE . . . dances with glee
in his eyes . . . professes to he a pool
shark , . . with that lofty sideline he
plans to be a navy air corps pilot . . .
"Duhs" at present is enrolled in a general
high school course . . , is employed part
time at a local printing shop.
BRINKICXIA, lll'll . . . chorus '2-3--1, hoy's
glee club, I-4, hoy's octette 3-4, cheer
leader Ji--1, camera eluh Il, pep cluh It-I
. . . college preparatory course . . . 'x
hooglie wooglie bugle boy from Fompauy
l!??? . . . well anyway, "Brink" will try
to he a first-rate t'huck privatef
BKITT, LOITVERTA . . . hand l-'I-I!-4,
string quartet 2, marching baml 1-2-3--1,
orchestra l-2-3-4, ti. R. I-2-It--1 . . . col-
lege preparatory general course . , . any-
thing and everything involving dancing
and swilnlning agrees with "Gert" , . .
she, too, favors the nursing profession.
liR0lllSl'll'K, HARRY . . . hand 1-'l-IS-I,
student council 1, jazz orchestra I-2-25-4,
football 1-3, library staff 1-2, Hi-Y . . .
college preparatory course . . . "Brody"
enjoys hunting and riding horseback . . .
cattle ranching seems to offer an outletl
for his particular skills and desires.
IBKOOKS, ROIHCRT . . . "Roh" is enrolled
in the hookkeeping and accounting' course
. . . he participated in student service
I-'C-3--I . . . his strenuous hut healthy
hohhy is football . . . first string tackle
l . . . his ambition-to be a good citi-
l'.KLHOI'N, l,AYYRl'INl'l'i 1 tl1.Z'l'l1'lIltlll'tll
course . . . track I. football 55, cheers
leader it-I, I". F. A. 2-it--L, pep eluh 52-3-I.
. . . "like father like son." or in other
words, "Cal" is operating' a successful
dairy . . . pretty well satisfied with suclm
pleasant diversions as huntinganddaneing.
C.K3ll'llELl., BETTY . . . pep club 2-3-l,
cheer leader if-3-4, G. A. A. l-'3, ti. R. l,
Chorus and glee club 1-2-3--l, Annual ser-
retary 2-Ji, student secretary fl, dramatics
35 . . . niekname is "Honey" , . . takes
as stenographic course . . . future hope is
Bill Straus, her reason t'ur liking sports.
Y l'lark Clinton
ks Conrey Conzelman
t'.XRR. -IA MES . . . dehate 3--I, Ili-Y
I-'Z-JZ--I. haml l-2-It--I, mixed chorus l-'!-
3-4, boy's quartet l-2-It--1. llltlllflgll 1
Ii-4 . . . "Jim" takes a college prepara-
' . -0.
tory course . . . is studying hard to be :TJ
chemical engineer . . . reading and music
takes up his leisure time.
t'l'll'INEY, F0Nl'lI.Ll4i . . . just call her
"l'ompy" , , . is preparing for a nice
quiet home life by taking a home eco-
nomics course . . . collects recipes . . .
she is hllt definitely not a career girl . - -
ti. R. I-2, glee cluh 1-'I-3 . . . planning
on wedding bells.
Cl..-XRK, MARIANNE . . . drum majorette
2-Ji--L, chorus 4, glee club I-2-25--1, ti. R.
Zi--1 . . . she is cln'olled in the college
preparatory eourse . . . this hlond and
lovely drum majorette wants to lead :ln
outstanding college hand or he a private
secretary . . . is ISH7! Dellolay sweetheart.
CLINTON, DOROTHY .... U. K. 1-'B-Z5-I,
haml l-'I-Zi--1, ehorus 2-3-I, orchestra SS-I
. . . "Dolly" is going to the university
with txvn motives in view, to teach high
school English and history aml to he with
her one and only . . . collects dolls and is
an enthusiastic reader of modern fiction.
t'0l,l41, til..UlYS . . . Knighthood of Youth
IS, Wood Bee I . . . t'tilad" is enrolled
in normal training eourse . . . to he a-
school teacher is her greatest desire . . .
her outside interest is collecting any kind.
of song . . an industrious student . . .
spent several days teaching in rural schools.
FONKLIX, PHYLLIS . . . glee elub 32. ..
"Fizz's" hiz is to become an excellent,
stenographer . . . main outside interests
are reading and dancing. also interested in
Farmpfire Girls. u lllt'IlllN'l' I-'I-It . . . one
ot' the most studious stenographic students
. . . professional note writer.
t'0NRl'IY, lilCNNlC'l'H . , . orchestra I2-
IS-1, first hand Ii--I, dehate Si-4, dallce hand
IS-I, pep club 2-3, Hi-Y Ji-l . . . taking a
college preparatory course . . , preparing
for a career as an eleetrieal engineer . . .
"t'orny's" hobby is music . . . sehool's
outstanding hass viol player.
t'0NZl'Il,M.XN, L0lS . . . Loie is enrolled
in the stenographic aml bookkeeping course
. . . she says she will work in a husiness
offiee in Ilenver . . . in the meantime shi
is satisfied with dancing and skating . . .
she participated in glee eluh I-'5. dx-hate
2!-I . . .enjoys working at the canteen.
Xtfs. y 3 '
... 5- Y
t'tItII.. WANIIA . , . uenerlll high sehool IIXIIS, li0NNI'1'I"I'A . . . talking: tl Illlllltl
eollrse . . . sllrxivell until her senior yeall' l't'lrIIOIllIt'h 4-nurse . . , plllnning to htlllll'
xrllen nellllinu' hells rung louller IIUIII llzly unn :l hnsiness of her nun . . . ill
sl'll1:uI . . . the rel-orlls shun tllalt IIIZIIIIIRI tl, II. I-'E-II-I, tl. A. .L l. zlttellllalllee see-
llroppell sehool on Noxelnher I'! . . . ale- l'0'Illl'l' 55-24-I, llrallllalties Zi . . . "Iionnie"
tixities Zll'l' non' sewinu. euukillg, irollillu. enjoys skzlting when she is not sellilnr all'
1llllI alll other househnlll llllties. Halrs Shoppe where she uorks palrt IIllll'.
t'0tlI'I'1Ii. DOY . . . gets al kirk ullt of IIIIICIIIQIC. IiI'IT'I'I'1 . . . li. .L .L SLG. K.'3,
sliiltillf, llalnl-inf, tlIllI l'l'2l1IIIl2 . . . "Tex" senior girl's glee t'IllIl JS. l'Il4ll'lIN I . . .
1 - of the eullege prepzlrzltory SIIIIIPIIIN
l-opes to he ll K'Ilt-'IIIINI' tn' il lluvtul' ot' pm
. . , preparing for ll l-:lreer us al NIIFILIPRII
I-olitiezll seienee . . . xiee-president of the
sl-llior elalss I. wus zletixe ill Ili-Y 'Lil-l. nurse . . , :ln zleeolnplislletl pianist, she
1-llorus I-'I-I1-I, ul'ellestl':l I-'I-Ii-I. fil'--I nlalkes plzlyillu' the pialno her Ilolllly . . .
Il2lIllI l-'5-fi-I. 'WMM sextet Il-I, llelnlte Il-l. lil-tte enjoyes tlallleillg to al swing II1llllI.
t'0I'I'2l,ANlI. VAROII . , . ti. Ii. I-'C-ZS-I, IltHI'IIOII'I'IR, DENNIS. . .plzlyellluotlnlll
:lee VIIIIP I-'I-55-I. U. A- A- I - - . 1'0ll1'1a1' his junior yealr . . . "Denny" is talking
lH'l'lHll'2liIll'9 1'lPlll'M' - - - "lA0Uk3'. lllllkb- llll IIIIIIISIFIAII zlrts eourse . . . llNllIl'l'S to
ln-re f'Illllt'h t'oukie!" . . . 1llllI slll' SIIIIIIN ln-eolne Zlll olltstilnlling luialtor . , takes
to hunting like ll lluek talkes to U2lIl'l'. .:
worked :lt the Stzlte I'illI'Ill lIlIl'Ill7l pzlrt ol
his xzlention lust hllIlIIlll'l'.
illltl plugs golt' IllllI tennis . , . sIll"s going:
to Ile ll llietitizln llfter ll len short yellrs.
slle hopes , . . sinus ill All-tllollist 1-lluir.
VIUQIFY- ILIXINE - - - l't'Il Vlllh 55, I'lI.l,lS. -Il XIIIR . . , tzlkillu ll lxoukkeep-
Kl'U'l4i'I II 'fl '-illllelll Hf""'t'I2ll'5 to Miss ing :lnll ilt't'0llllIIIl!L course . . . his stullies
Iiallwxett I . . . "Manx" likes SUIIIIIIIIIUZ sllllllltl elmhle him lo run zl Inlsiness ot'
llllll tlilillu , . . is lnalkillu ll Nlfillly IW!" his own sullletllly. his elliel' zllnllition . . .
pzlrzltiull nitll llle hopes of lleeolllillg ll ".lillllnie'," lH,l,l,il-s zll'e lllllyillu WHY' illlll
t'noznaln ill nIlite" . . . helpeel on IIIll'2ll'A eolleetillg stzllnps 2lIltI uld IIHIIIIQ . . . lllll'
stzlll' 25 . . Illliillg eollege lll'l'lllll'2lI0l'j. ot' senior hig:ll's "stu-ally men".
QINIIING, IIAI,I'I DIAYAYNIC . . . Ili-X' IGLSIIN, KUIIYEX . . llalsketlulll I3-I.
I-'5-35-I, II'Ill'k I-'I-I1-I, lllullllzlties Zi, lllls- t'nutlb:lIl Il-I, Il'lll'Ix Ii . . , "Kill" t'llllll-'
l-aellnlll I-'I-SI-I, Kolllnl-l'p IS-I . . , "lilINIIH troln l'llrtis sel-ond semester ot' his junior
talkes .l hookkl-epillg -aleeollnting l'UlII'N', xezlr . . . "Roll" gralllllntell the lzltter p:lrt
ot' first semester . . . he is non' elnployeil
:lt the t'oe:l-t'ol1l Ilottling t'onlpzlny . . .
ill l'llrtis he plauell ill the hzlnll.
... . .!. . ,
luxes sports . . . Nils eleetetl Ilzlsketlbzlll
l lpt lin lnlt lhopplll stIl00I tlll enll ol' fir t
ICNZIIIYIGICK. I.II,A IIAIC . . . ti. Ii. If!-
Sl-I, pep eluh 25. senior girl's glee elulr
'I-Il-I . . . horselnlek rillillg llnll swillllniln.:
1ll'l' I.iI:l's holnhies . . . t'lll'0II1'lI ill eolll-ge
IlAIII,tlICI'1X, III'I'l"I'Y . . .LLIl't'l'IllIl I-'I-II-I,
t-. .L .L I-'5-Z5-I. pep eluln 'I-21-I, seeretzlry
ul' senior t'I:lss I, xil'e-presillellt ut' pep
l'IllIl l, Ilt't'-lIl't'iIlIt'IlI uf G, .L A. I. selllur
lnenllrer ot' :letixities Il0llI'lI . . . "l'etlllli.l" pl'l-pzlrlltory l'1llll"ht' . . . "I'1nzi" '. "
t:lkl-s ll slenogrllpllie euurse . . , ull. yes, niekllllllle . . . tu he al nurse is her lIl'5Il'l'
she loxes tn lI1lllt'l'. olltsille ut' sehool slle is ill 'I'Ill'Ill Rho.
IIAXKS, IItIIiU'I'IIY . . , IIZIIIII l-'Z-Ii-I ... I'lIlIl'IiSOX. VIRGINIA . . . tl. R. Ii-I.
talking zl stenos.:r:lpllil- 4-ourse . . . her ilIltI Nl"t'l'l'lill'y for Miss lhlker t'0llSIIflIIl'
her :ll-tivities . . . ellrollell ill stellogrzlpllie
l1ll:llit'ir:ltiolls HIIUIIIII t'IlilIlI1' her to fill ll
t'0IlI'59 . , . "Really" plains to he ZIIIIP to
good position zlfter she grzlllllaltes . , .
4 f' , .Wi IIIIINIUZIIIQ' IIIIIIIIPCI, she DIEIYQII al elurinet ill llo what she wants to llo when s-he gets
is .5 ' , lnlnll zlllll "IlIkllIl0lll' Girl" lnzlkes in hollhp iq-ugly In do it . . , eollel-ting any type lll'
null vmuwr of llzlnl-ing.: alt nllieh slle reallly shines. pretty pieture is "IIe:lny's" llohhp.
Dalnks Ilzlx is
STAND N'l'llIIt-II'I'!-Miss t'll-u I'zll-kel'. one
Iee selliol' elalss sponsors, pl-rt'ol'nls her yl-alrly
IIIIIA' ot' lnl.lsul'illu sellior elzlss lnelnln-rs for tlleil'
ezlps :lull gowns. She is nlezlsuring' IIIIII l'ooper's
ellest to llelerlllille nlnlt size uuwn Ile will tnlu 6.
Lookin: on tlh they alwalit their tllrn an-e -lohn
Nl:-Xleekin, I'IljIIIs lforelnlln. ZIIIII IA'llI1l SIIGIIII.
IIlsIl'llt'IithIls ul-re isslletl yI2lI't'Il 'III ful' the lnl ls
e ul-.lllllaltillu l'0NIlIlllPs lrhiell took
pl.lre in rua
llrinag ol' tll
Iloehke Ilowllllwer Ellis lilson
I"4lI'l'lll2lll I"I'ilIllll Frye lierkin
ICSSIIFIY. INVAIN . . . ambition is to work
on the railroad . . . football l-52-3--1 and
track 22-15 constitute the activities he has
taken part in during hi,-gh school . . . en-
rolled in industrial arts course . , . hunt-
ing arrowheads takes up his leisure time
. . . "Piss" was a- foothall player.
l'l'lNNl41li- IIAROLD . . . chorus l-52-J!-l,
Ili-Y I-'2-3-I. boys of-tette 3-l. junior class
play. aml llramatics are activities which
llarold has taken part in during.: his high
school days . . . one of thi- college pre-
paratory students . . . he plans to he a
riot-tor . . . flying' planes is his hohhy.
l'l'1litil'SON, t'lllfIS'I'l4IK . . . ln-tter known
as t'lu-t although his nicknami- is "I"er-
Irie" . , . lli-Y l-'2-l, foothall I-'5. basket-
hall I-'I-Ii-I, trnrk l-'2-IS, class play l,
Annual staff 4 , . . "lf:-rgii-" was 4-ap.
tam ol' the basketball team . . , hohhy,
women . . . pri-paring to he a chemist.
I-'lA3'I', -ltlSl'1l'llINl-I , . , ti. A. A. 1 . , ,
home economics course . . . "Jo" has
planned lu-r work around the desire to he
a fashion flQ'hlIIlll-'I' . . . dam-ing. reading.
and drawing constitute her hohhies . . .
her art work for English classes has been
I-'l.i-LTt'Hl-Ili. JACK . . . enrollerl in voca-
tional ag'ric-ulture course . . . his desire
is to he a farmer , . . Jack was a member
of Hi-Y his junior year . . . of the lfuturr-
l"2lI'llll'l'S of America l--l . . . -lack, an ahle
man, will he a prosperous farmer hecaust-
of his experience in F. I". A.
l"0Rl'IMAN. l'llYl.LlS . . . senior glee
club . . . "Phil" hailed from Kearney
where she participated in orchestra. glee
cluh a cappella during her freshman and
sophomore years . , , a hrililant student.
she was among.: the four students si-let-led
for the Young.: Citizens Contest here.
I-'RAIDL ISARISAIKA . . . ti. A. A. I-'2.
ti. R. 32. glee club I-'L orc-lu-stra 72. physi-
cal education I-2 . . . "Roh" has defin-
ite plans to he a lllIl'Sl' . . . enrolled in
eolle-go preparatory course . . . collection
of jokes and interesting hits of informa-
tion take up her leisure time.
I"llYl4l, DON . . . lli-Y I-'I-Il-l, SfIlll1'Ilh
service Z!-I, football I-'L track l, haml
I-22-il-I . . . hunting. fishingx, and hockey
are hohhies that take up llon's leisure
time . . , "Xavier" as he is commonly
laln-led has hopes of he-ing.: one of the lony:
lille of "railro:uli-rs" in the Frye family.
GICRKIN, ICNUIA . . . hand l-'E-53, Round
I'p I, attendance secretary Il-4, tl, R, I-1,
tl. A. A. 1-4 . . . Emma is preparing: for
a career as a beauty operator . . .general
course . . . "Emmie" loves to dance. espe-
cially jlltt'l'llll2':IlIljI . . . collecting: stamps
in her spare time . . , what spare time?
tlll.Nl0Kl'I, INDIE . . . Hi-Y l--l, toothall
I-'2-Ii-I. played center, basketball I-fl-3-1.
student service 3--1 . . . bookkeeping.: and
accounting' course , . . "tlil's" desire is
to ln-come an army man. hut with a hoh-
by of saving marbles, who knows? With
all the experience he's had-army.
till.3l0Rl'I. VONNII-I . . . tl. A. A, I-75-Z!-I,
cabinet 'B-I. pep club IS-l, annual staff -I,
stuflent secretary l. attendance sern-tary l,
Round-up tppist I . . . "tlilIy's" hohhies
are dant-ing.:'. t'l'04'llt'lllll.'I, and traveling: . . .
stenop.:rapllii- course- . . . to he a slleeess-
ful husiness woman is her ambition.
ti0l.IlSAll'l'll, l.l40Yll . . . stlldellt SPl'Yll't'
I . . . bookkeeping.: and at-counting: course
. . . "Goldie" enjoys the wide open spaces
and can he found hunting' in his spare
llllllllll'i . . . "All ahourll. train leaving: on
track '29-yes, you guessed lt, Lloyd has
fond hopes ot' he-ing: a eondut-tor.
llAt'KlilfIlt, ll0YNAlIl'Jl,L . . . tl. ll. I,
ti. A. A. I-'3-Z!-l, Round-l'p staff -I, at-
temlanee secretary 'B-Zi-I . . . had enough
credits to li-ave school at the end of first-
semester . . , is working in a federal
building.: in Omaha . . . hopes someday to
don the uniforln of the "angels of mercy".
llAllD0lil-', l'llYl.l.lS . . . G. R. I-52-il-I,
cahinet 1, orchestra 1-2, student secretary
4, annual stal'f, copy editor 4 . . .general
1-nurse . . . Phyllis is a very talented
artist . . . has done some fine work for
tl, li .... interested in drawing and ex-
perts to enter the fashion illustrating tield.
HAD! I-EY, TIRGINIA . . . ti. A. A. 2, ti.
K. 1. ai-tive in dramatics I 'Z-3--1 . . :en-
eral course . . . "Ginny" is determined
to he a llfllltillllf not all her life. of
course . . . with hohhles sneh as fishing,
roller skating. aml pheasant hunting "hm-
ny" can he desi-rihed as an outdoor girl.
llAl.YEliSON. DONALD . . . lllllllilflill
arts course . . . at-tive in tll'l.llll2llll'h fb-15--L
. . . llon's ambition is to get into axiation
. . . models airplanes in his spare time
. . . is one of the few people in high
si-hool to take stage work . . . helped lruild
play scenery. . .ran the picture projector.
Erickson Essley Fenner Ft-rirusnn Fiant Fletcher
B. Gilmore, V, tioldsmit li llacklur lladdorf
Hamilton Ha-nsen Heider Hein llill
Hunt Husband Jackson Johanson John
HAMILTON. WALIDO . . . Ili-Y Zi-t, band
I-2-ll--l, brass sextette, debate Il-I . . .
seienee and English eourse . . . "Wally's"
hobbies are model airplanes aml all types
of outdoor sports . . . he is planning to
beeome a ehemieal engineer but at present
his baritone horn oeeupies his tilne.
l-IANSEN, l.Al'RlNl41 . . . pep elub IS--I,
student seeretary l-2-25 . , . eollege pre-
paratory eonrse , . . l.anrine's hobbies are
horsebaek riding and going to pieture
shows . . . lives on a raneh . . her goal
is to be a private seerteary to a rieh law-
yer's son. Niee work it you ean get it!
lllilllldk. t'llARl.l'1S . . . as soon as the
emergeney made it possible for
to go to eollege with three and
one-half semesters ot' eredit "t'huek" paekezl
and went to the l'niversity of Ne-
braska . . . medieine beekons him . . . halnl
1-'I-Zi-4, Ili-Y I-2-15--l, Student eouneil 25.
IIEIX, YIRGINIA . . . ti. K. l-'E-Ii--I. ti.
A. A. 2-3-1, pep elub 3--lfsenior glee 'I-Il-4,
ehorus 3-4 . . . general eourse . . . "Gin-
ny's" hobbies are daneing and knitting. . .
she has pieked an unusual profession for
her ambition, that is, to be an old maid
and keep two eats.
llll,L, El'tLl'1Nl'l . , . band I-'E-Il-l. orehes-
tra 2-Z1-I , . . "tiene" spends his leisure
time praetieing on his Freneh horn, he
also enjoys eolleeting stamps . . . enrolled
in the bookkeeping and ae:-ounting eourse
. . . "tiene" plans to join the l'nited
States navy upon graduation.
lIlRSl'HFEI.D, LICUNARID . . . Hi-Y I-2-
3-I, football l-2-25, band ll, Student enun-
eil 3-4, senior elass play 4, direetor of
the swing band 1, president of Student
eouneil 4, president of his junior class. . .
"Joe" is taking the college preparatory
HISKY, l'IllWAlill , . . football l-72 . . .
general eourse . . "Ed's hobby-running
around with lietty Kose-and his ambition
--to get his girl--took up most of his
time outside of sehool-sinee he got her.
Edward quit sehool during the first semes-
ter aml is now employed.
ll0NEYWEl.l., lSl'1'l"l'Y -I0 . , . tt, A. A,
1-21, G. li. 2-3--1, pep eluh 52-3--I . , .
bookkeeping eourse . . . Betty has the
high goal of beeoming a "number please"
girl or in other words a telephone oper-
ator, but with a brllnette sailor number
one on her list of hobbies-who knows?
ll0'l't'llKlNS. l'l'ItitiY . . . ti. li. Il-1, eab-
inet -l. first baml 23-3-I. annual l . . .
I'eg eame here from Julesburg, Colorado.
in her sophomore year and enrolled in the
eollege preparatory eourse sinee she is
planning to be a woman in white . . .she
spends her spare time driving the ear.
Hl'N'l'. MARILYN , . . ti. A. A. 1-3, ti.
R. 2-4, first band l-2-3-4, orehestra 25-4.
I5 flat elarinet quartet 3-I, :nixed elarinet
quartet 4 . . . eollege preparatory eourse
. . , "liang"Z a future st-hool marm, en-
joys iee skating, swimming, and reading
as hobbies in her spare time,
IIIASISAND. liAl.l'll . . . operated the
sehool's movie projeetor I . . . Ralph
took the industrial arts eourse during high
sehool sinee he is planning to be a strue-
tural engineer after he is graduated . . .
interested in all types of eonstruetion work,
he spends his spare time on woodwork.
JACKSON, Cl,ARlCNl'l4l . . . F. l". A. I-2-
11-4 . . . viee-president ot' F. F. A. -1...
"Casey Jones" is about to eolnplete a high
sehool eourse in vorutional agrieulture. . .
fishing and skating take up "t'asey's"
spare time . . , he desires to beeome a big
raneher and a farmer.
son Jones, B. Jones,
JUIIANSEN, IDORUTHY , . . A eappella.
1-hoir I-'S-IS-I, senior girls glee elub l-2-Zi-I,
madrigal singers 3--1, senior girls sextette
-l , . . enrolled in stenographie eourse. ..
has already begun to aeeomplish her am-
bition. to be a nurse, beeause she is now
employed at St. 3lary's hospital.
JUIINSON, IIELNIA . . . annual secretary
4 . . . general eourse . . . Helma, ealled.
"Swede", has a hobby of eolleeting mateh
eovers and deelares that some day she will
work in a big elothing or department store
. . . although daueing and roller skating
lun a goozl seeond for pleasure,
JONES, lSl+IATItlt'E ti, . , . first band
I-2-I5-I, marching baml I-'I-IK-l, orehestra
1-'I-3--I, brass quartet Zi, debate -t, brass
quartet Ji, ti. R. eabinet Ii-l . . . "Beattie"
keeps a serap book, swims, aml reads, be-
sides taking a eollege preparatory eourse
. . . will be sneeessful in her undertakings.
JONES, B08 . . . better known as "-luiey
Jones" . . . Hi-Y 4, basketball l-2-3-l,
traek 1-2-3--1, ehorus l-2-Ii--1. elass presi-
dent -1, senior elass play ,4 "vluiey" takes
a eollege preparatory eourse and will un-
dertake the task of being a pharmaeist
. . . loves the wide open spares.
-ll'llll. l.l't'll.l.l'1 . . . balnl l-72-Il-I . . .
student seeretary 2-IZ . . . ti. A. A. for
your years . . . an an-tive member of
ti. K. '2-Ji . , . Lueille takes n eollege
preparatory eonrse for whieh she is study'
ing: to be one of those eertified publie
aeeountants, whieh no doubt she will be.
KI-ILSO, BOB . . . first band 1-2-3-t,
orehestra 2-Zi-ll, brass sextet 24-4, trumpet
trio 2-3-4, danee 3--1 . . . better known
as "Ka-ls," Bob takes a eollege prep eourse
and intends to be an aeronautieal engi-
neer . . . ehief hobby is daneing, yet
when he gets rieh he plans to travel.
KRAYSIC, MARILYN . . . lltlllll I-'3-ZS-I,
gl:-0 vluh I-1, 0l't'lI9htI'Il 1-'I-Z!--I, 1-horns
75-J!--I-, lIlIllll'lg'iIl simrc-rs -1, G. R. 1-22-I9-I,
"Mary Lynne" spends lu-r lf-isuro time
przu-til-ilu: In-r llllltilll . . . 1-nrolh-tl in rol-
lvgn- lH't'lIill'Ilf0l'y l'0lll'hl' . . . de-sir:-s to he
un ulnIruI:nu'1- drive-r . , . plays an ohou.
IiR0Nlll'I41S'I'. LA VON
Ji-I, ti. R. 71. pm-p 1-luh 4, st-niur gh-9 1-lub
I-'E-1, fI'l'ilSllI'k'l' of ti. A. A. I, sturla-nt
se-1-ru-tary l-'L librarian 1-2-3 . . . dun:-im:
is Lam Yon's hobby . , . "Maisie" has tl
dvsire to he 1-him-t' tc-ls-phone operator...
she-is enrolled in the stvllogralpliiv course.
. . . tl, .L .L I-'!-
-' .5 -if
V 1-I I
t'0Nf'EX'1'KATE ON THE Ql'ES'I'ION'--'I'wz-lxe- stud:-nts taking thu- :wann-
lllilfllbll for the- Young: Citizs-n's
1I1't'ronP. Fora-mam, and Nelson.
I'rim-e, H.lIislnn'y, und Skinner.
Kl'IS'l'l'IKSON. IEICTTY . . . tl. A. A. 2,
Knighthoml ot' Youth JI, Wood live -I . . .
"lim-1" 1-njoys making.: sr-ruplmoks lYlll'Il,
tht-re is nothing: 1-Iso to do . . . esln- has
rlmsn-n thu- nornml training.: rourse . . .
"lic-Vs" zunhition is to he il hllt'l't'H!slAlIl
KI'ISTI,I'1K. Ll-IKINA . . . to he al wx-ste-rn
union op:-rntor is thu- zunhition of Leona
. . . enrolls-tl in u gn-lu-rzxl roursc- . . . col-
Ivt-ting: post 1-nrds with pivtures on thx-in
, . :she is oft:-n culled "Le-0" by lIf'l'
fric-mls , . . "Leo" spends hor t'Xll'2l tinu-
studying' in tht- lihrawy.
KINIZUII, .l.INIt'Ii . . . ti. K. I-'I-35, pep
1-luh ':-12, ti. .L .L I-'B-Ii. Studc-nt I'0lIIIt'll
'!. li, .L .L vzll-ilu-t '!. sc-nior girls glom-
rluln 'I-Zi. .X vuppm-llal rhoil' '5-Zi . . . "Sun-
shine-" is talking 1-olla-ge pr:-pan':ltory course-
. . . lu-r gm-:lt :ln-sirv is to nmrry at nail-
Iionanirn- . . . 2I'2IlllIiIlt'll in tllrrv yn-urs.
KUONTZ. IIUISI-JKT . . . Q-nrollm-ll ill rol-
Ivm- llI'I'll2lI'ill0l'Q' 1-ours? , . . to he al
golf:-r is his zunhition . . . golf and
wonu-n e-4-I-in to lu- Boh's hobbies . . . Iioh
is IlIl0flll'I' new studf-nt in high sf-hool who
wus uhh- to j.ZI'IlllllIlll' at tht- end of the
Kill NUYHKY. l'K.XXt'I'IS . . . ti. .L .L
I-'I-23-I, pn-p 1-Iuh 't-Ii-I, Iihrnriun I-35. stu-
ds-nt sf-1-re-tary 'B-I . . . "I"r:ulki4-'s" znnhi-
tion is to In- u l'USllIQ'lll'lIlll . . . 1-olln-3.10
pr:-pzlrzntory is thu- 1-ourse in whit-h shi- is
rnrolh-4l . . . hzuinyr fun is In-r hohhy. ..
outsidt- oi' school is nu-mln-r of 'I'h4-tax Iiho.
1-onte-st. First row: Mt-Xlurry, Kam-, Judd,
S4-ronll row: Birk, Murlry, Supp, Lunnin,
KVIIIJIAX, KICHARID . . . 4-Izlss play I,
:ull sr-hool play IS--I, Slllllt-'lit rouncil I . . .
i4-k" 1-njoys drzunntic-s . . . 1-nrollvd in
tht- l'0llt'1JI" pre-pnrntory voursq- . . . to join
thc- nmrim-s is "Dir-k's" 1.511-zltt-st dn-sirv . .,
lu- won sup:-rior ranting with nn orntion :lt
tht- nnlionul qlmlmltic-s 1-onli-st lust ye-ur.
Kl'NI.ItiAI, Sl'SlI'I . . . llllYt'tl 1-horus
'3-Ii-1. 0l'l'lII-'hffil 25-JI-I, y,:irl's gl:-0 vlub 1-2,
girl's trio 4 . . . Susie- is 1-urollt-ll in the
1-ollc-ge pre-pzxrutory course . . . he-r ne-xt
goal is 1-ollt-1:0 . . . she 3:4-ts il big kia-k
out of ln-ating tlu- tzlrdy bell . . . it's
1-vid:-nt that shi-'s lllllilfillly int-lined.
KVNINII-Ili, INIRO'I'IIY . . , 4-nrollod in thn-
honn- H-ononiirs roursc- . . . known to hm-r
trim-mls ns "Ilotty" . . .she 1-njoys hiking:
in thu- nmunininsa in thu- 9-illllllllt-'I' . . . us
yn-t "IM-tty" has no sp:-1-inl inte-rn-st . . .
slu- was studs-ut Nt'4'l'0lAlI'X for Sliss An-
tonille-s sm-1-ond sc-nn-stu-r ot' sc-nior yn-ur.
LANNIX. ARLIGNE . . . ti. R. I, pu-p 1-luh
2-3-I, senior girls yrh-e 1-lub I-2-ZS. mix:-d
l'll0I'llS 'I-15, Student count-il 3-4. president
of pf-p Pluh 1, stulh-nt sem-rm-tary 1-'Z--I. ..
I-nrolh-d in the roll:-::,'v DFI-'li1lI'Ilf0I'y 1-out-sv
, . . "KVM-nie-'s" hobhy is running.: tlI'0IllIll
with tlu- "Rane-h Twins".
LANE, I'k.lNK . . . si-nior 1-luss play I,
llllY1'll 1-horus I-I, footlmll 'C-Ji-I . . .
"I"r:lniv," ont- ot' thx- fu-w sc-niors who re--
huilds old rndiu est-ls in his spurt- Iinu-. hus
ons- de-sire-, to lu- an Plllilillll in thi- urlny
:mir 1-orps , . . 1-nrolh-d in roll:-ge pre-
K u vnnu-r
LAYINE, MARY . . . junior glee club Zi
, . . Mary is taking a home economics
course which will prepare her for her sole
ambition. to be a good housekeeper. This
is so sudden! . . . "Butch" enjoys danc-
ing as a pastime and also thinks boys are
nice, as friends you understand.
LICTII. KATIIRYN . . . ti, Ii. l-2-Ii-I, pep
elub 'I-If-I, ti. A. A. 25 . . . active in glee
club Si-I, t'horus I. central treasurer's
secretary 1-6:-:S-4 . . . Katy some day
wants to be up among the important
nurses . . . enrolled in college preparatory,
spends spare time in sports alnl reading.
I.It'II, I.0KI'1NIG . . . ti, A. A. It-I. ti. R.
'I-ZS, pep club I, annual secretary II-I. girl's
glee club 21-I. junior girl's glee club 'I . ..
secretary to coach Wilson I . . . "Sunshine"
is taking a stenographic course, is prepar-
ing to work in a doetor's office , . .
hobbies tlI't' parties and eating.
I.II.-IICUILICN, NIAXINIC . . . taking at
home economics course . . . "Mac" takes
quite a delight in sewing. her hobby . . .
ambition is to become a house maid . . .
also enjoys roller skating and dramatics
. . . works on N. Y. A. . . was a mem-
ber of junior glee club during junior year.
LINTON, CIIARLIGS . . . band 'I-25--I. or-
chestra IS-4. I-'. F. A. 1-'I-25--1 . . ,"t'huck"
was enrolled in the vocational agriculture
course . . . he completed his senior year
at the end of first semester and is now
working on his i'ather's farm near Dick-
LITTLE, JAMES . . . Round-l'p 1.Annnal
-1 . . . Jim came here the second six
weeks, his senior year, front Davenport,
Iowa, . . . taking a general course in hope
of becoming an army test pilot . . .makes
a hobby of fencing, boxing, architectural
LUNG, I'IYI+lIA'N . , . G. A. A, I-IS-I. cab-
inet I, ti. Ii. I. pep club ZZ--I, animal staff
24, home room annual secretary I, Student
council I-2-SS-I . . . taking a general
course . . . planning to become Zlll August
bride . . . Iflvelvn is one ot' the best roller
skaters in North Platte . . . enjoys reading.
LONG, -IASIICS . . . I". I". A. I-'S-Il-I, -I-II
club 72-SG-I . . . -lim revels in dancing and
taking old cars apart to see what makes
them go . . . enrolled in vocational agri-
culture . . . his desire to ranch and raise
fine strains of cattle is a natural one t'or
a boy reared in western Nebraska.
LYUNS, llAKI.ENI'l . . . glee club I-'L
Senior Class play, ti. A. A. Z!-I, Round-l p
and Annual typist 25-I . . . "Barr", taking
a general course desires to be a worker in
a California defense factory . . . hobbies
dancing, and a certain boy in the army
IIet'AIl'I'NI'IY, -IRAN . . . band 1-'Z-25-1,
orchestra I-2-Zi--I, chorus l-'S-3--I, Hi-Y
2-Ii-4. Nladrigal 2-I5-4, boy's quartettc 2-Zi-I,
boys glee club II--1, clarinet quartette '2-ZS-l,
woodwind trio -1- . , . Mac took a college
prep course, following up with music,
dancing, and blondes,
Mct'lt0NE, ELICANOR . . , pep club Il-I,
junior glee club, pep club secretary -I.
student secretary 1-2-3-4 . . . "Mac" is
taking a college preparatory course , , .
makes use ot her extra time by running
around with Arlene and Laurine . . . to be
a nurse is her ambition.
3Ict'l'XI'I, IIAIKYEY . , . vocational agri-
culture course . . , Ilarvey is a member
ot' the I-II club . . . enjoys ice skating
. . . has longed to be a telegraph oper-
ator as tar back as he can remember . . .
joined Future I'lill'IllI-'FS of America in IEIJZS
, . . was president in l9l'!.
llcIIONAI.II, Ill0tiI'lNI'I . . . ti. A. A. I-'I-Ii
ti, K. I-'E-Ci. pep club II-I, senior girls glee
elub I-'I-JS-I, mixed chorus JI-I, all school
play IS, senior class play I . . . enrolled
in bookkeeping and accounting course. . .
to own an exclusive dress shop is "-Iean's"
ambition . . . dancing is her hobby.
All-RAIN, IiE'I'TY . . . ti. A. A. I-'I-3-I.
ti. R. l-52-Ii-4. pep club, ti. A. A. cabinet
3-I . . . stenographie course , . . Iietty is
hoping that some rich. important lnan will
hire her as his private secretary . . . danc-
ing and roller skating still occupy first
place among Betty's pasttimes and sports.
Alt-KOWN, Rl"l'H VIRGINIA . . . "Hee"
has hopes ot' being a foreign correspondent
. . . orchestra 1-2-34, glee club 'l-1.
chorus 2-Ii-4, girls sextette 4, girls trio 2,
madrigal singers 2. librarian 1 . . ,enrolled
in college preparatory course , . . ice skat-
ing and reading constitute her hobbies.
Sli-NIICICKIN. JUIIX . . . Hi-Y JS-I. foot-
ball I-':-Il-I. mixed chorus I-'I-JI-I, boy's
glee club I . . . oh "Johnny" how you
can love , . . he holds an upper chair in
the lleblolay . . . taking a college pre-
paratory course . . . "Johnny" desires
to become a civil engineer.
All-AIl'Itl'ItY. SIIIRLIIY . . . pep club 'C-24.
ti, A. A. I, ti. It. I-'C-Zi-I, president I:
Student council I, secretary-treasurer. jun-
ior class, senior class play , . . Nlyrt
enrolled in a stenographic course. has
great ambition to be employed in either
executive, secretarial, or personnel work.
Alt-Tlflli, lAI.IfI , . , just came to North
Platte this year from Ewing, Nebraska , . .
taking a bookkeeping and accounting course
. . , I.yle's future lies in aviation where ne
plans to be a pilot and photographer. .,
spends his spare time outside ot' school
on photography and hunting,
Slct'a rt ney
I 1 th I I4 1
.ong, .. Lyons
NI.IN'I'0KIS. ISl'1ll..X . . . Ii. A. .L I-Il-I,
I Il I l 1Il
se-1-l'1-tllry I . . . Iilliillll' :l l'0ll1'lIt' lll'I'll1ll'Il-
tllry 1-1lnl'sl- t1l Ill-lp ll1-r ill Ill-1-nlllillg.: ll sllr-
gi1-:ll IlIlI'Nl' . . . HTIIIQIH 1-lljnys talking
trips llrlllllld tlll- l'. S, .L . . . illt1-l'1'st1-1l
ill ll 1-1-rtllin llllllltl I'r1llll tllv lIlill'lll1'S.
NI.YI'III'1WS, llI'1I.I.I . . . lrlls tlln hnsy
strllllllllillg' Ilvr gllitall' :lll1l ht'l'I'll2llllIlII the
lll-igIlll1ll's tn l'Ilfl'l' illtn Illly hilgh SI'llLllll
ll1'til'iti1-s . . , "ll1-1-" is striving tn h1'1'0ln1-
illl 1-xpvrt gllitllr plalyvr sn that she will
lu- :lille to gill- I1-sslllls . . . I'tlllI'I'IlIlQ.f
lllllt1'Il 1-llll-rs l"ilIlliS HI'I'0llll :ls al lllllllly.
NIOk'I'0N, YICRX . . . KIIILYIIIIIIIIIII of
Ynlltil 12, Il'l'1lSIII'I'I' 25: II'1l01l II1-le I, vi1-1-
llI'I'ilII1'llI I. :lllnlnll NI'l'I'l'I2lI'y I. M'1'l'l'IIlI'j'
In Nliss .hll1llli1I1-s I . . . t'I':ll'l'i1' Ill-ll's"
Illlllllflllll is tn lu- illl 1ll1I Illilltl . . . lIliI'lll2ll
trllillillu zlnll 1-ullolzll prl-plll'zltnl'y 1-1lnl's1'sl
, . . Slll' likes knitting :ind 1l:lll1'ing.
al 1.:1l1v1I jnh :lI'Il'I' gl':l1lllllti1lll . . .
sll1-ll sports :ls l'0lll'l' skating: :lll1I
l:lt1- ill Illly s1-ll1l1ll ll1'tiliti1-s.
IH' 'I'Illl I'II0I'I11sS Ulf IINWIUNIS-.llizlly llsatvllillu'
:ln1I ll'2ll'IlllI2 ill'I' thl-so NIIIIIVIIIS ill 1'h1-nlistry 1'l:lss,
The lIlSII'III'IIlI' zlllll tlu- sl-nillrs, who are ill the pur-
sllit nl' kll1lwl1-llgl-, lll'1': llll1-k row, Nlr. Nlllyl-r. Hill'-
l7Jll'Il l'll'ZlllIlI. lilIIlI Rullills1ln, Arlene- IAIIIIIIIIZ front
rlllv, Ri1-ll:l1'1I Nnslly, -lll1'qll1- Whits-. Ri1-llalral S1lll1l1-r.
3Il'IICIIII.IIP. I-'ICIIN-I"1'l'll is talking.: Il
gl-ll1-rall 1-1lnl'se . . . she lik1-s l'I'1llllIlLI . . .
hlll' :1-ts il lot ut' fllll out ut' I'llllt'1'IIIl,Lf
post l'ilI'llS t'r1lm IlIffI'l'I'IlI sI:lIPs. she zllsn
likl-s t1l tl'lll1-l-illtt-l'Pstill1.: :lll1I 1-zlsy waly
tn ll'ilTlI j.2'l'0LZl'2llDlIy . . slle I'llllllIll'I t'ill1l
time t1l llllI'Ilt'IDilIl' ill thl- hflllltll llI'IiIlIlI'N.
-2- , 1-lalt1- Il, llllllll' l'INlllI Zllllllllll
NI'IlSW.XNGIfIR, DONNA . . . ll4'I't' XVI' Il:ll'1-
illllllllt-'I' 5It'1lIly wolllzlll who hzls Ilopl-s ul'
slnlll-1lzly III-'I'0lIllIl,LY ll. 1Ir11ss llesigller . . .
"Sll'1-111-" tzlkvs al LSI-'IlI'I'ill l'0llliSl' . . . :lvl-
1-Illll Il-I . . . Imhhil-s are knitting, sl-wing,
l'0IIklIl2'. Zlllll SIVIIIIIIIIIIII . . . plll'ti1-iplltl-ll
ill gI1-1- 1-Inh I . . . 1-zllllv t'r1llll Ill-1lk1-ll BIIIY.
l'jl.lZ.XISI'I'l'II . . . XlI'I'lIl'SII'2l l.
NELSON, .ILIHCN . . . Illlllllbllll I-'I-Ii,
tllkl-s il 2I'llI'I'Ill l'0lIl'hl' . , . Illlllli
first llilllll I-'53, 1-llnrlls 72-25 . . . is vn-
rolll-li ill tIl1- 1'1lll1'g'1- 1lI'I'llIlI'2lIOI'y l'llIll'N9 . . .
"Nl-ls" I1-ft North I'l:ltt1- lligrh se-1-1lll1I
s1'nl1-stl-l' tn 1lfIl'llCl Nebraska IVYSIPYIIII . , .
his III'I'lllll'IlIl4lIl will zlid llilll ill his illlllll'
ti1lll-to lN'l'0Illl' un ellgillu-l'.
ri1Iillg.: . . . hlll'llIlh hl-l' ll'lHlII'I-' time
Lftllltl lllllbkh . . . Iilizalhl-th Illlllllt
NUSKY, IIIFIIAKII . , . llillltl 'Z-Ii-I. nl'-
1-hl-strll I-'E-II-I, III'llAlIt-' I. Ili-Y 'S , . . Ili1-k
is 1-nr1lII1'll ill tIl1' s1'i1-ntiI'i1' :lll1I l'llgill1-1'l'-
ing.: l'IlIll'50 . . . l1't't for Illl' l'lllVt'l'NlIj' nt'
N1'llI'ilNliIl tlll- s1-1'1lll1I s1-nl1-st1-l' tn l'lII'IllI'I'
lIllllNQ'lI' ill his illlllllflflll to Ill- ll Llllllll 1-ilil
1'llg'ill1-el' . . . lllllhlf' llezllls Ilis llllllllics.
0I,lI'lI.IN'l', NORMAN . . . NOI'IIllII
l'lll'IllII'Il ill thl' IU'lII'I'2ll I'IlIlI'SI' IIIIII ls pl
plll-ill: hilllsl-If ill tlll- fil-l1I nf 2ll'I tn lss
hilllse-II' llt' QIIIIIIIIIK r1'1-ng.:'lliti1lll
IllI'I'l'l2ll :lrtist . . . :ls is l'l'lIlt'll
sllits NOI'Ill?lIl tu al 'I' Zlllll Ilzls
llolllll' als I'lll' :ls his llollllil-sz url'
t, llrllll ,.,
thl- pll11 1lt
INSIHII, NI.XKIi.XIlI'1'l' . . . Ii. IC I ' II
t'il-st llzlll1l I-'I-I5-I, nl'1'Il1'stl':l I-2-Ji-I s
0 Ill!! 1
lll'llI l'lllIIlI'll .. sl-lli1lr vlzlss l
llllzlrtvt SS-I, I'IIIlIlI'I'll'S Illt'1lIl'I' 23. IlI'ZlIIl lt
ZS . . . "3I:ll'g:il-" is I'Ill'Ibll0Il ill 1-1
llI1'l:l' pre l
1'1lnl's1- . . . 1-1lll1-Pts live- llllll lIIllIIlIllI'l 1
llils al LZUUII stalrt, twn live 1lll1-5,
I'.IX'I'IlX. VIRGINIA . . . 1Il':llll:lti1s I
Ii. II. I!-I, .xlllllllll sl-1-l'1-talry I . . Ill
l'1lIl1-ll ill tlll- I'llllt'I.f1' III'I'llIlI'tlIl1I'j' lon s
. . . "Iiinny" lll0I't'II to XIll'Ill I'llltt1 Ir1lll
5Illl'ysliIl1-, Iizlllsals. lllsi yl-all' .
I'0llll' il NllI'j.ll1'Zll llllI'5I' is llI'I' Rlll
kl-1-ps tll1- Zll'IlI'lI"N illlll hnllkolts
l'I'1I'Ii. I'II..IINI'I . . . l'2lllll' Ill-rr
t'l-onl IIlll'1lll, South Ihlkrllal . . bl
I7I'I'lll'SIl'il I, pl-p hzlnll I . . . 1-1
ll2lI'IlIIll'j' 1-1llll's1- . . . ll0IbI'S s1lln1-1In
II'Illt'l Ill'llIIllIl tIl1- lvorld . . . Nflilllll 11l
I1-1'ts ,lIlliI'S IIIIII non-lty IIIIIN . .
Ill-1-ll zlllll- tn join lllillly all-tivitie
Nlllstoris NIal.ttIl1-'ws Mills Morton
Nvlslln Xnsky Olllllltlllt Ilgirl'
M uirhl-nd N1-iswall
VANS 'l'Ill'I S.XI.'l'. I'I.lC.lSI'1-Seniors enjoy ealtinu Iuneh in the 4'1lI'l'It'I'l2l,
t--apeemllp when they :env-uiher that this ls their lust pear. M.uuluu.: .nt
' n left to riuht: 'l'hoxuus
leral llorlon :intl Lxlletu .Xlulrt-ws. hezlteil In
llolzni, Virginian llein. Luettu Riley und llernaurd
l'l'.'l'I-IIISICN. lll'1'l"l'l'I . . . G. R. lf!-SZ I.
Imnd I. orehestru IH3. Round-l p editor I.
nunuail editor I, pep rluh ZS . . . stu-nos
urzlpltiv eourse . . . "lit-ts" plzlns to Inke
rolleue Iruinin: Io he u persouel llirertor
. . . utter uruduntion llette is uoin.: to
t':xliI'oruin to join her pnreuls.
I'I'Q'l'l'IKSllN, llllK0'l'llY . . . 1-..L.L'I-Z1-I.
I.. Ii. 'L I-. .L .L eulninet I. in-p eluh I.
:lttendunee seeretnry I, student seeretury
I . . . stenogrupliie eourse . . . sueu-ss in
eu-r5 utulertulgiuu is her goal . . . "Suu-
n5's" pride und pep :Ire skutinu. lluneinu.
swinnnin: und hops!
i'llIl.l.Il'S, NIXKY . . . Kllllllll-I p ll . . .
"lIaunry" spends her leisure time swinuning'
und going liul'seiuu-k riding . . . enrolled
in the general eourse . . . she plains tu
take up nurses truiniug: soon utter gruduu-
tion . . . zu quiet lneinher of the senior
1-lass . . . moxed here from Illinois.
l'IC.Yl"l', l.0l'l5l'Q . . . ti. .L .L l, pep
eluh Zi-I. student seeretury I, . . . enrolleal
in tile slenouruphie rourse . . . hrl' zlluhi-
lion is to hee-olne at stetlogrlpln-I' . . .
Louise spends her leisure tinze writing
letters to her pen puls. she nlso enjoys
IlilIlt'IIl2, . . . :letixe melnher ol' pep 1-lu i.
l'lilt'l'l. Xl'1ll"l'4IN . . eolleue lll'f'1lClI'il-
tory 1.5:-nernl eourse . . . "l'rissp's" :Lieut-
est :tlnhition is to he :I sueeess. illlll he is
well on the uziy towurtl his goul . . .
1-horus 'I-21-I, orrhestrzl l . . . too llusp
to join any zu-tivities or eluhs znul jIlsI
husn't time t'or at hohhy.
l'RlI'1S'l', SI.Xli'l'll.X . , . N. Y. .L hl'I'I'1'Iill'j'
I. talking steliogrupliie eourse . . . to lie
an sum-ess in uupthin: she deeilled In do
is her desire . . . hieyrle riding Zlllll other
sports 1-onslitute her hohhies . . . Slurlllu
is :ln inllustrious student who spends her
time studpin: in the Iihrurp.
Ql'.XI.l.I'1Y. IIXKILYX . . . u rhplhmir-
eolnhinutiou ot' iee skating zuul piuuo phu-
ing lxeguiles this young' lady . . . the
following: uetixilies filled her hi:h sehuol
hours . . . ti. K. Il. pep eluh I. home roun-
znnuuul set-retury I, student sem-retnry I.. .
Slurilyn stressed honu- Q't'0llUIllll's.
ILXNNIISNHN. l'.KK1ll.YN . . . li. K. 'C-Ci.
ti. .L .L 'I-Ii. Iinighlhootl of Xouth. pl'esi-
dent Zi, lloollhee, I'innln'iul l'llilll'llIIlIl I.
junior glee eluh I. student serretury '3 . . .
"I':ll'le3" uunls to he u tip-top sehool-
murm in lluuzlii . . . nornml training:
eourse . . . lil-ies sports ot' ull kinds.
Nil li, IIAKY .XXX . . . llxlry .Kun Wits
enrolled in lhe eollege prepzlrzztorp eoursi-
. . . pzwtieiputeal in orehestru If!-21-I,
lihrani Fi. student se:-rntziry 'Z. li. li. Il-I
. . . llurp .Inn is vitally interested in
Iillralrizlns-Ihut's whut she wunts to he
. . . rn-udiuu :ind iiolin tuke up her time.
ILXZEN, l'IS'l'Ill"li . . enrolled in the
sielwuzrnpliia- emu-se . . . remliug uml skat-
lili-l NV" l""' Illlslilnes . . . to he u good
slenouruplxer is her .llnhitiou . . . she sings
with the Szlliution .lrniy lmuel . . . spends
I:er exlru time durinu t'it'th period In
walkin: urouud the hulls with her sister.
lil'1l'lYl'15, .ll'lllil'lY , . . little .X:l.ll'ey hals
something in eonnnon with I'lI'ZlIIlillll ll.
liousexell. she too, is u philzltelist tstuulp
eolleetor to you! . . . prelmriug' to teueli
in .Xluskn she is il uornml trzliner . . .
kniuhthoml ol' Youth IZ. liootl Hee I . . .
likes to re.ul eurreut literature.
Iilllul ICS, lll'1IiNll'l'I . . . Knighthnoal ol'
louth Sl, Wood live I, Iihrurizln Il-I . . .
'Iliekie" is zlhout to eolnplete her norlnul
Ililllllllil' eollrse , . . her desire is to he-
roine 1: sllee'z'ssI'lll sehool tezleher . . . eu-
joys sports und dznu-ing . . . spent seu-r.il
weeks t--an-hiug in rural sehools.
Iilllltlli, lllhlli . . . I-H sewing eluh I-T.
Knighthooxl ot' Youth rluh Il . . . I-llsie is
enrolled in u stm-tioggrupliie eourse . . .
studying to he ax stenogrupher lukes up
niosl ol' In-r lilne . . . in her leisure time
she keeps zu serup hook . . . did not pur-
livipnle in any st-hool uetixities.
RI+1I.I'lI, .IOYl'l'I . . . eolleze prepalrantory
nonnul Iruining eourse . . . to he :I set'-
returp is her :ambition . , . "Kelphie" is
.iust rruzy :shout drumming . . . ti. .L .L
I-'5. ti. Ii. I. Kuighthood ot' Youth II.
Wood ISI-e I. Ilznul I2-I. :und orchestral ll-I
re--ul-ir llruunner l'or hunll two years.
ItII'Il. IIA . . . junior :lee eluh 'C-25,
Round-l'p I. dt-liute I . . . stenogrzlpllio
zznll hookkeepinu is the 1-our-e llu is ens
rolled in . . . inning: sur-h liollllies ans
dun:-ilu.:. roller skutinyr. untl horsehzwk
riding shows thut she prinmrilp prefers
the greut out-ot'-doors
lilflljlllli. I-I IYI-1Yl'1lil'l . . . pep rluh
I. Ii. .L .L enhiuet JZ-I. .Inuuzll llonn-ruoln
-ec-reI:ll'3 I. hund '3. rhorns :intl glee eluh
I, Round-lp Iipist I . . . "linen" Inkes
an gent-rul eourse . . . likes purties, dum'-
imr. und flint . . . nmlvition to get inur-
ried. tnoie to t'uliI'orniu.
l'eI ersen, Il.
lieei es, .L
RILEY. l.l'l'IT'l'A . . . ti. R. 2-3, ti. A. A.
l, pep clllb 3-4, junior glee club 1, senior
glce club 'E-3. cheerleader Il--l, junior class
play 3, senior class play -I . . . steno-
graphic course . . . "Louie" was one of
the new cheerleaders elected for the second.
term. . .hopes to be another Helen llaycs.
Robinson, R. Rodgers, D. Rogers,
he haffer Seeger Selby
SANFORD, MARVIN . . . navy air corps
wings look attractive to this fighter . . .
in his more peaceful moments he spends
leisure time bowling, dancing, and skat-
ing . . . Hi-Y 3 . . . general high school
course . . . employed as out-of-town circu-
lation lnanager for the Daily Telegraph.
-l. Salisbury Sanford
SELHY, MARY . . . baml 1-2-Ji-l, orches-
tra 1-2-SS-4, A cappella. choir l-'Z-3--l, senior
girls glee club 1-'C-Zi--l, ti. A. A. 1, ti. li.
1-2-3-4, ti. R. cabinet -1 . . . taking college
preparatory course . . . "Herbie" has a
desire to become director of a large sym-
ROBINSON, ROISERT . . . junior class
play 4, senior class play 4, dramatics 3-fl
. . . "Bob" takes the bookkeeping and
accounting course and aims to become a
certified public accountant . . . "liob's"
spare time is spent on correspondence . . .
played Sam in "Amie Spring."
ROBINSON, Rl"l'll . . . ti. A. A. 1-'I-fl,
first band 1-'I-Il-il, band librarian 4, mixed
clarinet quartet 2-3-l . . . "Robbie" takes
a college preparatory general course . . .
preparing for a position as a certified
public accountant . . . a sports enthusiast,
excels in bowling and tennis.
RODGERS, DALE . . . chorus 1-'2-3--1,
football 3-1, J. Y. basketball Ii-1, fresh-
man track l-2, junior boys glee club 1-2
. . . college preparatory course . . . "Hand-
some" prefers football above all other
sports aml hobbies . . . envies railroaders
and so plans to be one of theln some tlay.
ROGERS, JAMES . . . a comparatively
new student coming to North l'latte from
lovva City, Iowa in his junior year . . .
college pl'eparatol'y course . . . "Jim's"
main alnbition is to get a good job . . .
since Jim has not been here long, hasn't
joined any activity except student service.
SALISBLRY, ARTHUR . . . "Art," one of
the musicians in school, has the desire to
be a music supervisor upon finishing col-
lege . . . band 1-2-3--1, orchestra 1-2-3--I,
chorus 1-fl-3-1, vocal groups 1-2-3-4, in-
strumental groups 1-'2-3-4, Hi-Y 2-3--1 . . .
course, college preparatory.
SAl'l', DONNA . . . class play -1, ti. R. l,
class play l: Annual 4 . . . enrolled in
college preparatory course . . . "Sappy"
lnoved to North Platte from Fremont be-
ginning her senior year . . . to be a
sllrgical nurse is her ambition . . .collect-
ing china dogs ls her hobby.
SAYYYER. ROlll'Ili'l' . . . active ill Hi-Y
Ji-4, Bulldog calnera club I, Annual staff
photographer 4 . . . Bob is enrolled in.
the college preparatory course . . . his
hobby and his ambition mingle . . . navy
photography looks good to him-he is
gaining valuable experience.
SCHAFFER, Ll'l'lLLl'I . . . ti. A. A. 1-2-Ii.
ti. R. 2-3-1. Student council K, pep club
fl-25-4, chorus -1, glee club 1-3-4 . . .
"Lncy's" ambition is to dance with Mickey
Rooney . . . what would Ava say? . . .
taking a bookkeeping and
course . . . collects photographs.
Sl'1I'Itil'IR. WAYNE EARL . . . big league
baseball beckons this sports-minded lad. . .
three letters earned: football Zi--1, basket-
ball 34. track 3--l-named by M'orld-Her-
ald as an outstanding player in the state
basketball tournament . . . "Sabotage" is
addicted to dancing.
SHARRAH, ROI! . . . baml I-'I-3-l, orches-
tra 2-Il--L, Student council l, debate -1,
band officer 3. captain of band 4, brass
sextet 3-I, trlnnpet trio 3--1, jazz band Ji-1
. . . "Sander" takes a scientific college
preparatory course . . . to be a great
chemist is his ambition.
SHALL, LICOTA . . . ti. R. I-'5-ZS, Knight-
hood of Youth 3, W'ood lice -1, mixed
chorus 2, senior girls glee club 2 . . . en-
rolled in the college preparatory normal
training course . . . known as "Lee" by
her best friends . . . to become a surgical
nurse is her desire at the present time.
SKINNER. JOHN . . . football 1. all
school play -l, class play fl, treasurer of
senior class, a member of activities board
4, Annual secretary -1, Ili-Y -1 . . . "John-
ny" is taking the scientific college pre-
paratory course . . . to be a chemical
engineer is his ambition.
SMITH, HAZEI .... ti. A. A. 1, ti. li. T5
. . . she is taking that ever useful home
economics course . . . Hazel is planning
someday to be a successful hair-dresser
. . . spends lnost ot' her leisure time
dancing and roller skating . . . she didn't
participate in activities.
SMITII, MERLE . . . student seriice -1 . . .
his industrial arts eourse should help him
in heeominy: a. iVestern Union operator.. .
"Smitty" fills his spare time by swimming,
drawing, or fishing . . . is one ot' the
many uniformed boys who deliver your
tclegrrams . . . serviee with a smile.
SMITH, PIIYLLIS LEE . . . like many
other girls, 'tI'hyl's" hobby is reading . . .
a position as stenozzrapher in some swanky
office would gratify her . . . naturally
she is preparing for that work by taking
subjects in the !sf8ll02'l'illlillt' eourse . . .was
seeretary for Miss Sijznor senior year.
SMITH, TOM . . . mixed chorus 'Z-3. en-
rolled in bookkeeping and ill't'0llIltiIIj.'f
eourse . . . spends his leisllre time at-
tending shows . . . Tom has already started
to aceomplish his ambition, to own a
chain ot' jewelry stores, because he is now
employed at Dixon's Jewelry store.
SNYDER. PEARL . . . a newcomer from
Fanada this fall . . . a member ot C. G.
I. T. 1-2 . . . taking a business course
aml working: part time . . . reading: and
doing embroidery work eonstitute her hob-
bies . . . Pearl has started to aecomplish
her ambition, to be a housewife.
SOMMEKS, SHIRLEY . . . not just a.
secretary hut secretary to a "big shot"
is her desire . . . business manager An-
nual 4, Student eouneil 1, G. K. 1-2-3-4,
cabinet '3, G. A. A. 1-2, pep club 2-3-1-
. . . "Shir" thrills to daneing and reading
. . . college preparatory course.
SIIYDER. RICHARD . . . better known as
"Dick" . . . plans someday to go to South
.Imeriea and be an electrical engineer...
traek I-2-It . . . takes a college prepara-
lllrb' course . . . colleeting stamps, tra-
veling. and going: to shows constitute his
hobbies . . . "Dir-k" is a book worm.
Sl'l,INTl'ZR, JUNIOR . . . Hi-Y I-2-ZS-I,
traek 1, stage crew 1-2 . . . his training.:
behind the meat eounter at the Sixth
Street market Should help him in beeom-
ing a professional meat cutter . . . takes
an industrial arts course . . . is another
one of North l'latte's shutter bugs.
STEYENSON, fII'Nl'I . . . g.:irl's glee eluh
2 . . . taking: a stenoprraphie course, she
desires "to be something other than I am"
. . . dam-ing and lee skating are her
favorite forms ot' entertaimnent . . . also
interested in musie . . . a fond admirer
ot' a. certain member of the l". F. A.
S'l'R0l'D, IIARYICY . . . "Harv" is prob-
ably one ot' the most publicized athletes
ever to come out of North Platte . . .
track 1-2-Zi--i, basketball I-2-3-l. football
1-'Z-3-4 . . . nicknamed "thin man" by
the press, he earned ll scholarship to Notre
Dame . . . is planning: to beeome a coach.
STR0l'D, JANE . . . li. K. I-2-IS-I, or-
chestra. 1-2-Il-4, marehing band 1-3--1, ,-:lee
club 3-1, chorus 1, senior class play, string:
trio 1, string: quartette 2-4 . . . college
preparatory eonrse . . . "Janie" is going
to try to be a suecess at everything she
tries . . . daneinp.: is her hobby.
S'l'l"l'lll4II'l', MAXINIG . . . ti. .L .L l-72-Il-I,
G. R. Ii, pep elub 12-Zi-I. glee eluh I-72-Ji-I,
mived chorlls I-52-Z!-1 . . . enrolled in the
Stt'Il0l.fI'ilDlliI' course . . . "Mutter" has
two important hobbies whieh are dancing'
and a dashing: brunette . . . she will be
a. private secretary.
'l'.lYLOR, LESTER . . . is enrolled in a
general course . . . "Red" would rather
sleep than anything fexeept eat, of eoursel
. . . he has set up a difficult goal to reach
-av new pair of tires is his heart's desire,
but at a time like this "Red" will have
tu be content to dream of tires.
TIISBICLS, .IESSIIC . . . Knighthood of
Youth 23, ll'ood liee -l . . . she is taking:
a normal training: and eolleize preparatory
course . . . "Pat" thinks it would be fun
to teach i'l't'Slllllilll Enprlisli in high school
. . . loves to elean house, cook and sew,
"Pat" is a good little homemaker.
'l'lMMl+lKMAN, SIDNEY . . . orchestra,
1-5:-3-4 . . . eolh-:re preparatory eonrse. . .
Sid is a musieal fellow-holds down t'irst
chair in the high sehool orchestra . . . his
violin seems to be elosest to his heart. . .
sees himself as a Latin teacher in the not
too distant future.
DIR. GUOIDBAR, l'LEASE-
Seniors satisfy their sweet-
tooth by purehasing eandy
in the eafeteria during: fit'th
period. The man behind the
counter is Dale .tppleuate
and his eustomers are Junior
lflllis. Fred Fphoff. Donna
Neiswnnger, Twyla M'eaver,
Fonelle Chenney, and Elaine
Smith, Bl. Smith, l'.
Smith, T. Snyder
Stroud, ll. Stroud, J.
ia QR, ,
l'I'HOFl", l"Rl'lD . . . traek ii, student
service Ji-4, senior elass play 4 . . . "Fred-
dy" hopes to travel around the world.
but is willing' to wait until timings quiet
down . . . is another advoeate ol' the
hunting, fishing, and baseball type of
hobbies . . . supports a mustache.
Tibbels Timmerman Yphoff Yan Buskirk
Wagoner Ward, H. Ward, L. Weaver
Whitehead Wiek wi re Wilson Wood
VAN IIINKIRK. BARBARA . . . pep elub
2, ehorns -1, senior girls glee elnb JS-I,
orchestra 1-22-23 . . . eollege preparatory
student . . . hopes one day to beeome a
dress designer . . . "Barbie" retains dane-
ing' as her pastime . . . was a senior prin-
eess in -lob's Dauhters.
YARICHAK, MIKE . . . traek Zi-I elaimed
tllis tall, dark. and handsome young' man,
. . . Mike elailns golf and photography for
his hobbies . . . oh, for the lit'e of a ear-
toonist says he . . .bookkeeping and aeeounts
ing should prepare him for a business
eareer.. .Mike grew up on the golf links.
YOSEIPKA. NANCY . . . ti. R. I-'I-15-I.
orehestra 1-'C-Zi-4 . . . enrolled in a eollege
preparatory eonrse . . . would like to be-
eolne a eompetent seeretary . . . preter-
ably to a tall brunette . . . "I-'annie" be-
longed to Jobs Ilaughters I-fl-Il-I . . . also
helped on Annual one semester.
AYAIJE, NELLIE . . . enrolled in a gen-
eral eourse . . . dreams of someday writ-
ini: a book and aehieyinyr fame and fortune
. . . likes to read good books, play the
piano, and jitterbug.: . . . Nellie is another
of those seniors who were too busy to join
a elub . . . works at the I'rojeet Iiakery.
WAGOXER. DALE . . . taking: a voeation-
al azrieulture eourse . . . planning.: on
beeomin: a farmer . . . eolleets old eoins
. . . threw off the eloak of baehelorhoozl
to step into the bonds of matrimony . . .
although expeeting to be ealled in the
drat't, llale still keeps up his studies.
IYARD, IIELYX . . . tl. A. A. 'S-Ii--I. ti.
R. '., pep elnh I, drainaties Ji-I, senior
elass play I. assistant direetor ot' junior
elass play JS . . . enrolled in home eeo-
nomies eourse . . . "Reward" spends her
time being.: lazy but still has high hopes
of becoming a, dietitian and an author.
IYARII, LOl'ISE . . . G. A. A. 32-ZS-I, ti.
R. Zi, pep elub I, glee elub 1-2. Round-
l'p Ii . . . takes the popular home eeo-
nomies eourse . . . "Lou'e" enjoys draw-
ings, also reads in her leisure time . . .
she's planning to move to a large eity and
to be a sueeessful interior deeorator.
W'EAA'l'lR. TWYLA . . . mixed ehorus Zi-I,
senior g.:irl's glee elub 3-1, offiee seeretary
I, uflllllllt-'hu takes a bookkeeping:-aeeount-
ing eonrse . . . to you women only, some
day she may find time to work with your
lovely l'e.ltures. she aspires to be a eosme-
tieian . . . likes sewing: and daneing.
WEITZEL, HAROLD . . . ehorus l. glee
eluh 2 . . . "W'eitz" exeels in stamp eul-
leetinp: and is one of the finer model air-
eraft eoustruetors in sehoul . . . his am-
bition is "to fro te eollege aml after that
I'll fiyrure out something else to aim for"
-one thing: at a time, please!
WIIITI-I, JAt'Ql'E . . . eame l'rom O'lfal-
Ions to good old N.I'.II.S. busily en-
rolled in a general eourse . . . spends some
ol' his spare time working: on woodwork.
and model building' and also helps on his
t'ather's farm . . . Hi-Y I . . . Jaeque
has not had time to .ioin other aetiyities.
WHITE. LEON . . . general eonrse . . .
"Junior" has partieipated in Ili-Y 'I-ZS-I,
band 1-'I-Zi-1. traek 25, football 'I . . . will
be an agrieulturalist upon graduation . . .
"Junior" has a musieal streak in him-
exeels in playing: the guitar and eornet . . .
enjoys helping his dad run his dairy.
WIIITEIIEAII, MAXINE . . . ti. A. A. I-'!.
ti. R. 1-T5-3, ellorus I-'I-Ji-I, glee elub
I-'I-il-I, orehestra -l, madrig:,al I. sextet
I. trio . . . "Lily" takes a eollege pre-
paratory general eourse . . . her goal to
be sueeessful, likes daneing and reading,
she also belongs to sub-deb elub.
Yariehak Yoseipka Wade
AVL-itzel AYhite, J. W'hite
Yates Young, Ber. Young,
W'ICIiAYIRl'l, LUIS . . . G. A. A. 72-3-I, G.
R. 1, pep elnb 35-4, animal seeretary 11,
ofl'iee secretary 73 . . . enrolled in a
stenographie eourse . . . "Speed" thinks
it would be wonderful to be the t'irst
woman to fly an airplane around the world
. . . loves to ride her bieyele.
WILSON. SHIRLEY . . . ti. A. A. I-'!,
student eouueil I-IS. Annual I, Round-l'p
typist -1, offiee I-2. student secretary to
han Wilson '3-Zi-I . . . taking: a steno-
uraphie eourse Shirley works part time at,
the Ideal Dairy . . . wants to lixe. love,
and be happy . . but not alone.
AYOOII, DARLINE . . . tiirl Reserve I-'5-
25-1 . . . she is taking.: a general eourse
. . . 'Ilot' draws whenexer she l'inds
spare time for she knows that by praetie-
ini.: and beeoming: an expert she will be
able to earry out her desire ol' being an
dress designer for some fashionable shop.
l'A'I'HS, HELEN . . . Klllgllllltltltl ol'
Youth Ji, W'ood Bee, soeial ehairman l . . .
after finishing.: her normal training eourse
she would enjoy a eareer as a teaeher in
Alaska . . . stamp eolleeting aml riding
are her favorite forms of reereation . . .
praetieing her teaehing ability.
YOLNG, BERNARD . . football Il-I,
basketball 1-75-35, traek 'I-it . . . known as
"Bernie" to his friends . . . enjoys dane-
general eoulse . . . he desires to uork
on the railroad after graduation . . . he
entered state traek meet as pole-xaulter.
all sports . . . enrolled in the
YOl'Xti. ELAINE . . . the emphasis is on
football I-'Z-Sl. basketball I,
traek 1-'I-Ii-1 . . . also a music-ian: band
1.-'Z . . . enrolled in eolleyre preparatory
eourse . . . "Okie's" interests are all set-
tled around sports . . . his :ual is to be
an aviator in the l'nited States navy.
l.llE HHD FUII
The cowboy had fun during his working
hours and at twilight when the "gang"
would gather around the campfire to sing
the songs of the range to the accompani-
ment of harmonicas and guitars. Some of
the favorite tunes were: "Little Joe the
Wrangler", "Oh Bury Me Not on the Lone
Prairie", "Kid From Kokomo", and "In
North Platte High School has eight or-
ganizations Which work and play, night
and day. Band, orchestra, glee club, chorus,
dramatics, and debate feature small groups
in which individual talent is shown. The
small groups practice outside of school.
This method helps to develop the individ-
ual's own abilities. The groups enter con-
tests and go to vaious tournaments.
Eight large clubs render service to the
scool: Student council, declamatory, Hi-Y,
pep club, Girl Reserve, Girl's Athletic As-
sociation, Wood-Bee, and Future Farmers
of America. Under the sponsorship of inter-
ested teachers the clubs are open to all
students who wish to take part in them.
0R'llNl I0 I' Lim x
n 1 I4 ent 1 ns no Illllll 1 ll!!-'llllllllx 0
r nn- run . . 'ss ' in lr ' -. s l0IlSOI'. cousin 1- s
e rv Hll' . 'lile , - 4 ' ' 's- ' 1 a lr-
u inflow. . 'llllN'I'N K - ' ' 1 '-, " I rnw: ' , "
fn- ' '. n .'I 1ll'l'i . ' irlvy Son ll ' 'sz s -rn ruw:
.Xrle-ml Lannnin. Ari Iiirk. Ilanl I.:ln4l'urnl: third ron:
Iioh Lum-dk:-, Jzum-s linker. Phyllis Yyillllli lnwk
STUD IES DEFENSE
. , . 1'lll'I YI'1llI'llI l'k03I-Ili l : l'l'-' I 'orki ' -1 n-
Ulldel' the p1'QSld8llCy ot Leonard H11'SCh- nntli-1' but no! enough slllllllilllill-itil Lelt :du-rilgflilllz
, w i- 1 N Shin-ey Nunn rs. lhnlm Sam, 1-tty 'zunrw ,
feld, the St'-M0111 Lfouncll entered 5uCCeb5' Clmrh-s lll'llll-'l'le:lilIll' Silrnlul. .Xlrl llirk, Lucille illlllll,
fullx' into U-lany activities during the past Shirley Wilson. -le-:ln Mcfzlrlnwy. and Mary Selby.
year. Other officers who headed the cab-
inet are Virginia Carr, vice-president, Phyl-
lis Lierk, secretary-treasurer, and Arthur
Eight members attended the annual
Student Council Convention November 8,
held at the Grand Island Senior High
School. The general topic of discussion
was "Student Council Today-Successful
Citizens Tomorrow" which had many sub-
topics pertaining to the carrying out of
successful campaigns in the schools. High-
lighting the convention was a banquet
with a dance following.
During the school year the council met
several times to discuss what the students
part would be in aiding defense plans.
The council thus called a meeting of the
heads of all clubs and activities. These
representatives met at the Youth Cabin,
February 11, and in the order of a panel
discussion, voiced their opinions on Na-
tional Defense problems. It was 'decided
that the Defense Stamps would be sold on
Mondays, Wlednesdays, and Fridays in the
cafeteria by VVarren Kenny. This was car-
ried out until the end of school.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Margaret
O'Rourke, Student Council meetings were
held on the average of two a month.
Another and important division of the
Student Council is the Student service un-
der the direction of O. M. Friesen. This
also is broken into two divisions of S. S.
boys who patrol the halls and those who
are stationed in the cafeteria.
During the last six weeks of school the
council devoted most of its time to the
mapping of plans for a newer and better
Council system for the coming year. The
method of electing ofiicers and home room
representatives was the greatest change in
la st year's council rules.
The council is to be divided into two
political parties which are to nominate
students for offices. From these tickets the
entire student body will elect the four
council officers and the home room repre-
sentatives which are chosen from the upper
one-third of the junior, sophoomre, and
Heading the political parties will be
Shirley Sommers and Art Birk, who will
conduct their campaigns similarly to the
national parties. Names of the political
parties have not yet been selected, but it
is expected that they will be called "pro-
gressives", "liberals", or some other term
similar to the parties of two years ago.
The exact number of home room repre-
sentatives has not been determined, but it
will probably be fifteen, the same as last
Representing home rooms this current
year were these seniors: Art Birk, 212,
sergeant-at-armsg Leonard Hirschfeld, 307,
presidentg Richard Kuhlman, 3015 Arlene
Lannin, 1245 Bob Sharrah, 3005 Shirley
Sommers, 1085 Shirley McMurtry, 304-55
juniors, Warren Kenney, 3075 Riley How-
ard, 2005 Hal Langford, 1005 Virginia
Carr, 126, vice-president, Phyllis Wada,
2105 Phyllis Lierk, 104, secretary-treas-
urerg James Baker, agricultural roomg Bob
Luedke, 104, freshman representative.
WYE SIQRYIQ-ll. il. l"ri1-sm: mills an 1-m1l'4-l'vl1n-e ol'
Student serxim-. lfronl ron: lin-l'1-llc Ylzlrsll. Leon
While. ll:u'1'c-y Mroml. lfri-xl l'pl1oIl', lh-lniond l'l1il-
lips. Zlllli -lim Svoll. S1-4-onll ron: NI:-lxin Xlalrsllilll.
Uill Rnhlfinu, llialrln-s holllln-11. livin- -lzlnu-N, Nlvrn-le'
ilnitll, and Boll Iirooks. 'l'l1irll row: Nlnrxin Wl1'yn'l'.
l.oI11'1'l1 'I'hon1pson. Iiolr Lynrll. Nlorris -Iona-s, llzlrolll
livznns, :lnll lla-sliv N1-il. I"o1n'lI1 row: North xvillll,
Nlurion Willa-rlon. -lor Wilson, annul vl'I'Ijll l'1-ursanll.
NTI IDENT 1'l!l'Nl'll. 'I'llll,XY-N114-rw-ssl'11l filin-ns
'I'ol11nl'1'o11'-Ihis topin' uns clisvlissml all llln- Hllull-nt
1-ouni-il vonu-ntion ln-lil in limxul lslzunil. Repre-
senting North l'Iz1ll1- 11'4-rv Shirley Sonnm-rs, Art
liirk. Phyllis Xlzulil. Shirley xll'5illl'll'Y, Virginian
fzlrr. llall l.llIl2flll'lI. flann-s llulsn-1', and l'rrsiml4-lit.
.llYH-lilYlN4--'l'l1v l'irsl nnnlinm- llmirn- uivvn by ilu-
Slluln-nl vollnl-il, l'olln1I lxoy-l'1'i1-mls' girl l'1'i1-mls :vl-
ting mix:-ml np. L1-ft to right 1-ouph-s are K4-nm-lli
lonrvy and Phyllis Howe. l'l11u-k II4-ide-1' :ind Donna
Supp, K1-nm-Ill Kohl-l'Is and Phyllis Smith. Shirley
hollllnvrs :lull Ilalrolel Ciolrlv.
h1l'll0NlNli .Xlilll NIP-.X nu-11' Ups- of slnlxuln' 1-alllvtl
lln- spoon llzlllrr uns iniliallvd all llle l'ii's! llnltim-'A'
1ln11re p1'1-svlitcil lu ilu- Nunlenl 1-onnvil. The l'1lllll'l'2l-
lllilll 1':lll5.5l1t tln-se Iwo jiIll'1'l:11us. l'l:1i1'1- Son-llsn-11 :mil
l'Iu-11-llv Nlursli looking for sonlrom- else' to tu:
uitll llle' spoon. Nm' lin' spoon I!!
lS.Xl.XNf'lNll 'l'Hl'1 lZl'INil'IT-Is thi- pri-
mary work of the zu-tivilis-s lmazrd ol' the
.Xrlixiiivs jssocizltinll. Nalin-il zlrollllll ilu
lzllrlc l'rolll lc-H lo right :irc Nallllwlll'
l':ll'ks. 1. I". N'riullt, Miss BxlflQ'lllll'l'1Ll'I',
li.. W. 'l'v'1-nhohn, l.. W. Nelson, John
Skinner. lilly M'. Mujer, hob 5ll1lI'l'illl
:anal Bn-My lmlllgrvll.
The activities board first convened on Sep-
tember 19, under the chairmanship of
Principal L. VV. Nelson. Other officers at
that time were C. F. Wlright, treasurer,
R. VV. Mayer, ticket auditor, R. XV. Tren-
holm, and Miss Florence Antonides.
Last fall three seniors were selected to
learn about the various functions of the
activities board. Those chosen were Bob
Sharrah, band, John Skinner, senior class
treasurer, and Betty Dahlgren, senior class
secretary. It was their responsibility to
voice opinions and vote on questions
Deciding what the fundamental programs
and the amount of money to be appor-
tioned to the different activities and clubs
is the primary purpose of the activities
board. The sum of money to be appor-
tioned to each organization is determined
on the percentage of that particular organ-
ization's value to the students and to the
school as a whole.
One of the early duties performed by
the board this year was the formation of
a plan to assess the tax on activities books
and tickets, which were purchased after
Probably one ofthe most valuable addi-
XUIVING flplxlflxs--'Sllllll'Ill lvzulers nu-vt twice with sponsors
us llll-'IlllH'l'S ol' thi- Actixities Association: nt the tnhle, Flor-
t'Il1'1' Antoniilm-s unll Nannn-Ile Parks: front row, Miss Mm'guret
linker, Mary Selby. lh-tty llulilgrvn. R. C. Anderson, Sidney
TllllIll9l'lll2lll, R. W. Tl'l'llll0lIIIZ second row. Hob 5ll2lI'l'2lll,fll1ll'll'h
Ile-isle-r. Ruth llir-ln-r. lh-tie Petersen. Miss .Klnm Wittenlwrger:
third row. John Skinner. liohert Robinson, Miss l'oHvr. Miss
M1-l'orn1irk. I.:-onzlril llirsc-lll'elll Yann Shaw, and Miss Mul'1::ll'Q-t
tions to the school this year was the
purchasing of a film projector through
the activities board. The first class to make
use of the movie machine was the journal-
ism class, which saw the film entitled "A
Newspaper in the Making". But all during
the school year the projector was used to
help the student visualize such world hap-
penings as VVorld War Il, the building of
great defense plants, a movie on sculptures
and artists, a film on how to prepare your-
self' for a position, one on safety, another
on Donald Duck, and many others too
numerous to mention.
Principal L. WV. Nelson attended the
first meeting ot' the Board of Control of
Nebraska High School Activities Associa-
tion at Lincoln, Nebraska, on October 17.
This was the first of two meetings held
during the school year.
At these meetings the representatives
study various types of programs for ath-
letic, music and commercial activities, a
state tournament, and the effect of taxes
on school activity.
A new member Miss Alma VVittenber-
ger was elected to the board this year for
the purpose of representing organizations
which are not receiving funds from the
l'0l'X'l'lNG ll0Nl'lY--llllring the
homn- room pn-rind, I'. I". xvl'll.1'llt is
In-pt husy counting' mul lloublc
1-het-king.: mummy brought in l'r1nn
1lift'vrn-nt home room nctivitin-s tic--
ket ss-on-tm'i4-s. Assisting 3lr.Wright
in lil-'9lliIlLL the rt-1'0l'tls ill'P two
wrlllpl-tvllt lnmkkw-lu-l'e-. who :Irv
Html l'uopl'r :lull lilll'llll' Ihuvlnalll.
Tl'l'1Sll.XY. Fll"'l'll l'l'llil0ll-llolm- Ronin se-1-11h
tzlrif-s lim- up ill the ut't'it'l- to l'4-11-ive urtixitivs
hooks for the-ir humu- l'll0IlI from Vern W1-lliu-r,
ln-tixitivs tim-ke-t Sl'1'I'l'lill'X. 'I'hn-y nrt- .luhn Mc-
1-4-kin, lkvlty Ke-sh-rsoll, Mary Quinn-on-, Blaine
Xuung, llurrit-tt Sm-igllt, and
l'Rl4IlllT AND lll'IIH'l'-lflvory 'l'un-stlny :luring t'it'th
pq-riotl mum-y from 1-ve-ry zu-tivity is dn-positn-il. Rose-
nmry Foster. left. keeps hooks. Phyllis Wzulu write-
rec-eipts und checks mum-y. Kathryn Le-th nritrs
Y0lll'lll"l' jackets und fills hills.
At the meeting held in December by
the board there was much controversy
concerning purchase orders. After several
long meetings with endless discussions the
board finally reached the decision, with
the aid of school officials, that purchase
orders should be obtained prior to the
making of a Contact for goods.
A record was set this year for activities
booklets with a total of 787 sold and 170
paid in full on the first payment. The first
day's drive resulted in collecting 360250.
This money collected from the sale of
activities books amounted to 332,400 of
the budget raised by the activities board.
To these secretaries goes credit of faithful
and efficient effort: Kathryn Leth, Phyllis
VVada, Opal Cooper, Rosemary Foster, and
Lucille Bowman who work in the activities
l'l'Xd'HlNti At"l'IYl'l'Y 'l'll'lil'L'l'S XYITH lilY5T0-is
Roy W. Mzlyerk work ut the foothzlll gzum-s. The
lzulullina stud:-nt haning he-r ticket num-lwzl is Laur-
illv llzlne-1-ll while .Xrh-ne L1lnnin waits Zlllkillllily lw-
hinnl her. -Inhn Sli-Wh-Q-kin. also with an grin. portrays
spirit which was North l'lutll-'s un .trlnistire lluy.
IIAYE l'l' IN ON 'l'l3Il'1-Kvqm-sts Dala-
l'ushing:, nn-ws mlitor, xslivn svn-ral rr-
lmrlvrs :Ask :shout tlln-ii' zlssiyglilm-lits for
that wer-k's ll2llN'l'. Those- req-Q-ivim: assign-
nn-nts fur the Rtlllllll-llli are HQ-len Ilzitch
llllil Iris Cupp in thu- t'm'e-grouilrlg Ilernai-
dine l'vI'PIl1'll :lull Virginia fuhln- in the
FIND TIIIC ll0l'l1 ON 'l'll.k'l' GAME-
Puints out sports 1-slitnr, Dirk Tucker. as
he :nukes :lssigllnu-llts to sports writers
,luck Littln-. Tom Smith, Jan-k Nlcllonulcl.
Slwrnmn Appl:-1.:aiti', :uid fltlI'1'll1'0 lioclgi-i's.
EYERYOXIC HAS IIIS JO!!-And also :lm-s
his job. .lt the ll-ft l'zu'im-ii DeY0re is
mailing' Pxcllnllgcs. Betty Fowler is clicrk-
im: :ulu-rtisemn-nt hooks. Bill Jozwick is
llrznwim: 4-:u'tmms. :incl lioh Sawyer is ex-
auninim: pliutopuupliic supplies for thc
hlN'1'll grzlpluie- 4-mm-ral use-ml in ns-ws pho-
WHIFH Hl'1AIlLIXl'1-Wliilc lirttl- l'l'il'l'S9ll.llll'Il,
assistant editor. :mal F. l". Wriuht. -.tal't' zlxlvisn-r,
discuss thc type of hc-aulliml tu 'iss-, Ruth liieln-r,
l'1llfUl', :xml l,:lYetu .hnlri-ws. copy editor, slowly
hilt surely whip thi- Imp:-r into final form.
'l'wenty-four Tlllll'htlily 1-xenings out of the -.chool
year were sprint in this fashion.
WHAT OTHERS SEE, FEEL, AND DO
Beginning its twenty-fourth year of publi-
cation, the first Round-Up was edited by
Dick Tucker. Succeeding editors of the
paper for 1941-1942 were Ella Baker,
Bette Petersen, Ruth Beiber, Jim Little,
Virginia Bailey, and Cathryn Anderson.
Each editor is responsible for four issues
of the Round-Up.
Holding the position of staff photogra-
pher for the entire year was Bob Sawyer
who also was the Annual cameraman.
Dick Tucker, a sophomore, held a staff
position of sports editor for the whole
year and edited the paper. Betty Bowker
kept books all year for the paper.
The Lincoln County Tribune printed
the Round-Up paper.
Faithful typists for the paper, especially
on Thursday afternoons and evenings,
were Jean McDonald, Shirley Wilson, Shi1'-
ley Sommers, Donna Sapp, Betty Bowker,
Vonnie Gilmore, Phyllis Haddorf, Ruth
Beiber, and Phyllis Eriksen.
Approximately 900 papers were dis-
tributed every Friday that a Round-Up was
issued. Rotos were attached to three issues
of the paper during the school year. For
convenience and so that students might
receive their papers sooner after school,
two or three journalism students were sta-
tioned at the Round-Up room, the G. R.
room, the ticket window, 106, and 100.
For several years the journalism class
has studied the basic units of the news-
paper, but at the beginning of the second
semester a new book was adopted entitled
"How To Read A Newspaper" by Edgar
Dale of Ohio State University.
l'lllN'l'lN1i .KDS-is nn ilnpswtnnt part in the lliilkt'-ill! of
llll- pzllwr. lt not nnly gives it il liilln- spim- but zllsn In-Ips Imp
fl' ha- r r 'h1k" -' - " " " ' -
nl I lillll' . 1 1-' lm. lln lllrlns nl .Ulu-rtlslng tm this pin'-
Iirlllanr issue- urn- I1-ft 0 ri"l1 X- --' '- - "-I' '- 4'
. I .. t. l.n1..n1t Batt. bll,.IllI.l Iiiulp
llln Rich, I.u1-ille S4-lml'l'rr. and lillu linker.
Ruth Beiber and Ella Baker were named
delegates to the Nebraska State Press Con-
vention held at Lincoln, Nebraska, Novem-
ber 21 and 22. Four contests for journal-
ism students were set upg news writing,
copy reading, proofreading, and headline
writing. Ella Baker's editorial appeared
in the Daily Nebraskang Betty Petersen's
story also was published in that paper.
For the Christmas issue of the Round-
Up the paper was printed on red and
green paper with black type. Also in the
Christmas issue the Round-Up paid tribute
to Paul Holly '37 who made the supreme
sacrifice for his country and to Jack Lang-
ford who had been lost for several weeks.
Jack, a well known graduate of North
Platte High School, class of 1940, was be-
lieved by all to have perished and students
of this high school mourned his death.
New was received from the navy depart-
ment that Jack is still living and serving
his country to the best of his ability.
K X X X xy W .
ILYI'-'l'.K'l'-'I'YI'-Sl'.XK'l'l-HX'l'-'I'.K'I'-'l'.X'l'-lm. not the smllul ul' :I
nmchinl- gun. IIN jus! llu- smuulll. 4-onslauil In-all :rf the Ullisls
mlm IQIN' Kolllul-lp stories into their lust form, Tllusn- MINI
ill? falilllflll Igpists for lllv sn-Imnl pup:-r nn- Shiiln-3 Nil-mi.
IPklI'lt'llP Lyons, -le-an Jlclhmzllll. Yunniv 1-ilnmrl-.
The first school paper, which was 'titled
the Round-Up was published in 1908. lt's
staff was composed of Grace Shelton, ecli-
tor in chief, T. Charles Thompson, busi-
ness manager, Adelbert L. Bonner, circu-
lation manager, and reporters Frank Hald-
win, Alice Otten, Ernest Casey, and Eliza-
beth Hniman. The magazine-paper was is-
sued monthly from 1908 until 1917. In the
years 1917 and 1918 no Round-Ups were
published. The paper was started again in
1919 and was usually issued weekly from
that time on.
Denver VVilson, now a major in the
United States Army, was the first semester
paper editor in 1922 and 1923. C. F.
YVright, present faculty adviser, was the
second semester editor in 1922 and 19223.
At present, the Round-Up is a member
of the Quill and Scroll. The North Platte
chapter received its charter May 25, 1926,
the year the society was founded.
l-'0l'llNli lilb'l'HS-olive a month roto sa-1-timls. i-sm-el by tln-
Nzltimml N-lmlaisih' I'rn-ss .Xssu1'i:ltiun, were ins:-rl:-ll in thu-
Rnllllll-l p. Those- studvllls who fnllle-il aipplwlxillmla-ly 800 ruins
lvlllilw' frmn In-fl 0 rivht 'Are lin 'I ' A '
. ., I , . nllillvl llilrklrr, Iulnlnzl 4-s-lkln.
Virginia llzulln-5. l'lari1'e Staples. lalaim- Shirley. and ll:-len
p , S .,.A:. . lvvl ' 4'
ev' ff? K?
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sw sf X QQ
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A -QM .5 , fwififx' 5,5 iw
Quill and Scroll, the Inter-
national Honorary Society
for high school journalists
was organized in 1926 by a
group of high school advisers
for the purpose of encourag-
ing and rewarding individual
achievement in journalism.
Membership in the society
may be achieved by a stu-
dent if he is recommended
by the local adviser, in the
upper third of his journalism
class, and accepted by the
HONOR IS .tt'llIl-It'lil!-llonrivttn llust-lnnllor
pins llolv S:iwyt-r'- Quill :intl if-roll nin on
him. with ,tlliv Xlzxrit- lit-ll assisting. Na-xt in
lint- for the honor ure -lint Little, Ruth Bivlu-r,
ll:-tte l'e-tvrsvu. und Virginia Built-3. tl lf.
Wright und Hililzt June llvliosh stnnil at posi-
tions in thc fite points.
WHAT A Sl't fl',55il'llIlIlll"llIs liill -Ioztvirk
to Dirk Tut-ki-r, llonnu Supp. mul Mztrvettr'
Stalls us the-y lv-utr tllvy lt-:uv thi- lligll srlluol
titer tln- Quill .intl Scroll lg1llltllll"l ln-lil in
tht- 1-'ll'1-tt-rial. April lti ut 4i:l5. The lmnquvt
uns opt-n to journulisin students :intl ini-inln-rs
ot' tln- Annual stuff.
tttlll ISLECSN .XNll'llilt'X-'l'o this tllnv llunlm
Nlullikin iliil zu snappy nutriotis- ilnnri- :lt tht'
Quill uml Srroll liunqllvt. To Hrs. U. F.
W ' ht' lu nin nt ll tt' l l l
rl: s : "tnlllD:l rt' lrllllzl t 'll' vt A
llutnn ttllilt- Iltllllll' tllrollgli lnziny au-rolnltit
stunts. Also on tht- pl'ogrnni wus ll tenor
olo hy tilt-nn lh-un. :intl talks hy Lois- tlwvns
lnil Russ:-ll I.ung't'oril.
HONURICID tll'IiS'I'4-Seute-il nt ont- table uri
Nlrs. C. F. Wlight. t'. l". Wrig.:'lit, Lois Uwe-n-,
Rus ell I in 'foul Xlli X '
,s .z gg ' . . e ilztrie Ili-ll, Donna
lllikill. Leslie YY, Nelson, :tml Mrs. I.. lt.
lson. The plum tor this yi-ur's lruuuue-t
ere Ell'l'tlll2,1-'tl by Czunille Gross, Allie- Marie
lin-ll. Hi-nriettu HlISFllltIllt'l', l.orruim- Frishiv,
xml Hilda Juni- Deliosh.
i'01'inne Shia- is
x A ohoni
19 'THIS Sl'YA.l.V.il l'lNLRFA'YLY'!f
thc niost nv4'9ssxu'y omni rnnnnon question awk'
ovnnmi 4-ony. hcumw on-ry amine and worn nrnq he
1-orrvm-My snr-ih-ai. .Xi thc- h-N. Vhyiiie- Hundorf is
asked ihni -panic mn--tion hy Yonnir- tiihnorr-, hoih
:nninni Univ-is. 'Yon h-ii.
XFSUY 'Yilii .X M000 l'N"Yl'Kl'lXzk'olnnwni Vhfiiis
Y.rim-ia-on and Dnriivn Lyon- an they nv:-now 1-ony
ior ihv nnnnni. Vhyiiis. haw vimrxgr- oi :iii vinh niv-
" nnxi ish-niiiirniions: hnriir-n nn-o.in-s nmivvini
un, -ophovnnrv, :uni innior vhup nir-
Unnosiir- n. ,.
NLXY 1 IXYKG ,K KFA'F.ll"Y'2f,X ixnniiior renin--i
Yrmn Kninh Hnshnuni. honw-rooin onnnui '-x-x'i'viuY3.
- hr-orni hy Shirh-5 Sonnnr-rs. hnwim-as nnrrnrgm-1-, mul
nriihf Sriiniicr, nseisinni nuumgx-r. Rvvcinis for
tim-kri niemhgn-F .ire written hy Lnviih-, ond ,Xnnnni
rr-or-inn nrr- written hy 'ihirh-5. Sr-uonri ieii.
H0156 T0 l'RV,iSfih'Mv Vx-ix-r-on, wiiiorr eiwrks
w .Xnnnni tinnnny' wiih nn'-.slnnn Yrnnk NYnihin-.
-- "Shorty" to the AMY. Aho ihn-3' diem-n-5
Y the hook. Thr Ktiiy nh-as in the
xx-vxi io nrini ihr- .Xnnxmi inf
' ont n
' ' hx-cn .
ionrim-en yr-urs. Unnoh
S . 'fx-ks Donna Saxon. zwtixitir- x-niiot.
x sh unnces wonah-ringiy at ihr- irientifir-ation fih-.
'he-ter Yr-rggns-on. shorts exiitnr. and Sunny Yowinkn,
znsistnni rnnwir- editor. ora- .rho hnsy wrixing rh-xr-r
nhrusv- for nie-tow ixh-niiiirntions nnxi nnnnoi xrriir-
nns. Third, hfit.
0513. TNYO. 'YNYO .XSD ,K HALF. 'YlXRl".i".f1'onixi
Both Bicher. nssisimit snort- editor, auni fha linker.
niosir editor, for viii? 10 oi Shi- Mir! yeorhook.
' niing is in-dions work and hike- honrs oi tim?
' nom-5 not hoths-r Knih nnsi iiihx Kor they
in ai ioh wr-ii nionr-. Lower h-Yi.
lun 2 I, SF'
.yt llllluul 4 Klql,
1:3-4-i 'f55fg"-Sf":g-, sII..:gZf'fif"mv-fE.,,P"gi1., ,,,,
ahllllil, TGTX'xi':uillE1vIg::'b'.l,,d" l:'illp.g'I::r4-Q -ltflrllrllln
. lortonl' Nant:fpiii,-u:,:.rr':1:,uini'
OUR TOOLS ARE WORDS AND PHOTOS
The 1942 Round-Up has a dual purpose:
first, to give the seniors and also under-
classmen a record of important events and
activities of the school year and secondly,
to publish a book which will utilize the
talents of the journalism students.
Last year and the year of 1939 the An-
nual Round-Up won the All-American
National Scholastic Press Association rat-
ing. It is not difficult to imagine the secret
ambition of the 1942 staff.
Annual subscriptions topped all previous
records with a sale of' 515 books, but every
dollar over last year's sales was needed to
make this a better, modern type of book.
During the first semester the staff worked
Saturday mornings, and during fifth peri-
ods planning pictures and then identify-
' WN NM'
ing them. Second semester members were
enrolled in first period class where they
wrote captions and stories for each page.
By appointment of the faculty adviser,
Clarence F. VVright, the following staff'
edited and managed the book: Bette Peter-
sen, editorg Shirley Sommers, business man-
agerg Phyllis Haddorf, senior editor, Dar-
lien Lyons, classes: Vonnie Gilmore, fac-
ultyg Donna Sapp, activitiesg Ella Baker,
musieg Phyllis Erieksen, clubs, Chet Fergu-
son and Ruth Bieber, athletics, Bob Saw-
yer, photographer, and Lucille Schaier,
assistant business manager.
First semester these people assisted the
staff: Nancy Voseipka, musicg Shirley Wil-
son, seniors, and Peggy Hotchkiss, faculty.
1 st:lIt In-peels the
lslpollt for the neu
hook. Left to right:
photo etlitor. t' i r st
xenn-sterg I' h 3 ll i s
llauldorf, vom :mtl
senior editor: Holi
er: liette Petersen.
editor: :mal Shirley
S o In nl e r s. hllsiness
nnunnuer. lla-re are
art layouts for the
rlixi ion ' -' -mal v
s 1 pages . a.
miniature lllltlllllj' nl'
other pages sllouing'
the sizes and approx-
imate position ol' thu
Jroposed photos. 'I'he
eost of photos forthe
roughly estimated :mel
presented hy thefzlp-
ital I-Ing:-:uillg Yom-
puny. This group as-
sisted in the sn-Ie'-tion
of the rest of the
stzlft' melnlu-rs. The
hean iest responsibil-
ity 'or hook publi-
eation fell on the
shoulllers of these
WILYI' A PLAN -
'l'he lllleleus ol' the
Itl l'5 .Xnnual Round-
I'K.ll 'l'll'l'l Jljlilii l'l'1lil'l'X"l'-Kllllllilnr ihruugli
sluflrln-s nl' ilu' -.I'IIior 1-lalss play 2lI'l' Holi -lmlvs.
assistant llI'llll'lllill. illlll JI-:In Alfllllllillll, his secre-
lury. 'l'lI:-y I'l'lll'lll'N1' one part ol' aI we-:Ir wIIil4- Shir-
Ivv lll'slllI'll'Y 'llll Kll'll'll'll KIIhIIIIIn ' '
, , . I I : :Ire pl-I'l1-cl lm:
il l!2ll'lll'lIlill' ll1lllIlNll2ll'il'. lmnII1I hupp. ll4'IIry's girl
and Don Iiloxom, the lt:Ili:uI. llXHlll the-ir cue-s.
lll'I' lllll .ULXIX-hlIouls -lilfllllt' While, Zlvilklilllfl
llil'e-cull' ol' lln- sq-lIioI' I-lass plzly. "lYhaIl il Iiil'I'."
liolr liolrinson mln-s illltlllllllill' of llcnry ,lldriclx
lla-lnIzII'1l llirs1'Ill'I'lIl to j0ll.l 'l'lI1- twin nlllvr l'lllll'-
Icti-l's lookillu' on :Irv -lv.IlI Nlvllonallil. one of ilu'
l'I-vIIiIIim- In-auls, llllll Ki4'I.:II'1l KIIIIIIIIQIII.
N llA'l' .X lillfli-S:Ip-. IA'0ll2Il'Kl llirsi-hl':-lil. one figh
right ill'll'l' 2lIl0flll'l'. l"I'1lllk l,.IIII- is about to punch
lA'0Il2ll'll right on the no-v ulwn John Skinner stn-ps
in to save the llily. llnlloolu-I's :Irv Hob liohinsmi,
D1Irl4-Ile Lyons, llzlxille 5llIlllPll, lil-1ItI'l1'v Join-s. livi-
ty .llillll2l'f'll, Ralliolm .hl'l'lllL1lllll. and -lzuw Sirouil.
Furnishing slap-stick entertainment for pep
assemblies, talent for local organizations,
and dramatic ability for school plays, the
dramatics department served the commun-
ity well under the supervision of Miss
To begin the year with a play which
would not only be suitable for the annual
Children's Theater but also for the entire
high school, 'tllfiffles and Felisa" was
chosen as the production for October 29-31.
Heading the cast were Virginia Johnson,
the "gingham" dog, and Georgena Toole,
the "calico" cat.
"Seven Keyes to Baldpatel' was the long
awaited all-class play selected to defray
the expenses of the junior-senior prom.
This mystery story, arranged by George M.
Cohan, was presented December 5. Taking
the leads were Arthur Birk, the hero, and
Roberta Robinson, the heroine. Outstand-
ing was Richard Kuhlman's portrayal of
the crazy hermit.
Winning a superior rating in the district
declamatory contest held here February
19, was the one act play "Antic Spring".
This humorous play gave opportunity to
Ted Olsen, Ramona Arrington, Robert
Fulk, Jean McDonald, Doris Pound, and
Leonard Hirschfeld took leading role,
Henry Aldrich, in the play, "VVhat a Life".
Portraying the other male leads were Rich-
ard Kuhlman, the Central High principal,
and Bob Jones, the assistant principal.
Feminine leads were Jean McDonald,
the secretary with romantic intentionsg
Shirley McMurtry, Mrs. Aldrich, Henry's
motherg and Donna Sapp, Henry's girl
Presenting on honorary trophy to thc
school this year was Richard Kuhlman an
active dramatic student who has been out-
standing in almost every production.
YVINNINU Sl+1l'0XIlS-In the lor-:nl contest in Febru-
ary were Gene flumrs, l5t'Zlfl'll'l' -lonvs. and LllPtfil
Kiley. "Green l':lstures" was ilu- name of Gem-'s
humorous sl-ln-4-tion while Iiln-tial pin-kezl an reiuling
from the llfilllllllll' dixie-ion culled "I-llizuln-th the
Qll0l'll." lieu won in interpretive orutory.
ANTH' SI'lilNli--Won 21 superior alt thu- clislrivl dv-
1-l:llnutul'y contest ln-ld licrv :xml :lt the Xlimllauul fol-
lvgl- om--zu-1 play f'llIll1'5l lu-lil at Fra-mont in yl1ll'l'll.
Mvlnln-rs of the vast urn- I1-ft to right: Holi Robinson,
Ji-:ln Nl:-llonulnl, 'l'1-il Olson, Doris l'ouml, W1-lsh Fulk,
and lfillllllllil Arrington.
l'li0XV'S Nl'lNT1lllli'l'llI'l'fl'll hy liivllalnl Kululnmn. upper left,
won Ricliannl :I S100 S1'll0lill'hlllll to Jliillnml l'oll1-:gc alt Fra'-
numt, NI'lN'2lNkil. for nz-xt yi-slr.
Wlllfllili All I?-I lu-stiuns 1lll'0I'2l-'llil 'l'oul1-, us slu- nrt-sn-nts ax-
portion ol' ".Xlim- in WomIvrIuml". With lhis Ii:-urge-lm lil'IlllLflll
url-dit to ln-rsn-ll' aunl thc sc-liuol nith two NlIlN'I'lUl' uwzuwls.
ANO'l'lll+lR Sl'l'l'1Kl0K XYINXICR-In the district cleclaumltory
1-ontest is Art liirk, right. Ili- I-'Xff'lllll0l'2llll-'0llH spvec-I1 was
entitled, "Shall Us-ruxmiy Bc Made To Pay Reparutioin-V?"
The activities of declamatory students of
the year started with the district declama-
tory contests held here February 20. Kear-
ney, Ogallala, and Hastings attended.
Three students won superiors at the
contestg Art Birk for his extemporaneous
speech concerning politics, Georgena Toole
with her light reading of "Alice in Wno-
derlandw, and Richard Kuhlman's serious
presentation of "Crow's Nest".
In the interpretative oratory, LeRoy
Wills's adaptation of "The Last Will and
Testament of a Refugee", won a goodg
Beatrice Jones with 'tThe Rut in the Road"
also won a good.
After the long ordeal of contests a
banquet highlighted the evening at which
time the dramatic ratings were announced.
At the local contest honors were held
by LeRoy Wills, oratoryg Richard Kuhl-
man, dramaticg and Georgena Toole,
Making the declamatory and dramatic
department swell with pride was Richard
Kuhlman, who, attending the recital at
Midland College, Fremont, Nebraska, won
a S100 scholarship for character ratings.
WE SHALL TRY TO PROVE TO YOU
WYE Tllli Nlili.XTlYl'I-1'll:ll'li's ll:-ill:-r pl'esi-llts illl- lllltlille uf
the llegqltive -ide :ls his ll1ll"lllQ'l' linll Sllill'l'illl wiltclles the
l'l'lXl'll0llN ul' tlli- rlalss. -Ianws Carr :lllal l,0ll Cooper, the ali'-
l'il'lllzltile side. listen 01ll'l'l'llll3 for flllus in Hl'lllll'li'S" argu-
lln-llt. ,u4'llll7l'I'S of the Class ure. first row: Wally llillllllltlll,
llml Fri: si-rolld row: Wilmer lforstn-.lll, l.1lwl'l-lll'e- Clllllllllll
and Km-lllls-ill f'0lll'lly.
The debate team, although they were un-
able to attend every tourney, did achieve
distinction when they attended.
James Carr and Art Birk won four out
of four debates when nine North Platte
debators attended the North Platte-Kear-
ney practice debate at Kearney on No-
The tive debaters named for the Mid-
land Tourney at Fremont, Nebraska on
January 8-10 were Art Birk, Jim Carr,
Charles Heider, Don Cooper and Bob
Sharrah. Art Birk also entered the ex-
temporaneous speaking contest having a
general topic, "The XVorld ot' Education".
At this tourney, Art Birk took the honors.
Kearney was host to the January 31
tourney in which North Platte 'debaters
slumped. This was partly due to the loss
of several of the debate members who
graduated at mid-year to enter college.
They won one round out of five.
Climaxing this year's debate tourneys
was the meeting held February 20-21 at
Hastings. Nine members attended and all
gave good standings. The Art Birk-Bob
Sharrah team was rated excellent. This
ll h llll. .Kl'l'lKNl,lllYla-Ili-:lln lim-:ltl'l1'v -lull:-s. 1lI'l' wlnllzlll
lla-lmte-l'. lllll'lll2 :l Ill'2ll'll1'I' llellallv. ll:-:lIl'ii'e is pl'i-svlllillg lll'I'
false- In ollpulll-llts Luis fulln-llllzlll zlllll NOI'lll2l l'ylv, while ll4'l'
lHll'llll'l' lla liirh is N'I'lllll51 llnull flalxls ill "lil-:l's" sill-ri-li and
llivkillg up ills-.ls for ll1'I' p:ll'l ill' Illl- ilellalte. .xllllllllllll the
girls hull lllll 4-llilllgll lDI'1l1'll1'4' ill llvllnll- lil alll:-ntl illly Inllrlll-ps,
Ihr: in-rn' pri-ily lllllgll lllzlti-ln-s for the hops.
ll0N"l' lSl"l llll- 1 PNTIUY llllllh
. . . " I ll I, . -' t, our Nan Shaw to thn-
llls-lnlu-rs ill. the ill-lute vlzlss prepnrill: for Ill? lla-lnlltv tollrln-y
alt Nlllllilllll l'nlll-'i- I-'11-lllillnt, Nellrzlskzl -Izlll larv 8-10. IM-I :lt - 's
L , , I , I ll
left to right are Ar! liirk. Jim Carr, Don fll0ll9l'. Cllzlrlrs
llc-idi-l'. :lllll Boll 5ll2ll'I'illl. Mr. Shaw is also dn-lnollstraltillu to
flll-Elll how to use llin- tile box to lllllll 1-sill:-ln-e ill prilxim.:
llll'll' side of thi' lull-stiilll.
placed North Platte in the high 15 out of
Art Birk was listed as one of 18 super-
ior debaters in the total 85. On the first
team consisting of Art and Bob, six rounds
were won out of eight. Don Cooper and
Bob Kelso, the second team, won four
rounds and lost four.
Entered in extemporaneous speaking
were Bob Sharrah and Art Birk. Beatrice
Jones and Don Cooper participated in
original oratory while Bob Kelso and
XVally Hamilton entered the rebuttals.
Representing North Platte at the district
debate tourney held at Grand Island,
March 28, were Bob Sharrah and Art Birk.
They took second place honors by winning
two out ot four rounds.
LISTEN TO TH
Closing activities of another successful
year, eighty-five members of the North
Platte High School symphonic band and
R. Cedric Anderson, director, rush practice
for the spring music festival.
"See America First," the major appear-
ance of the band, was presented January
16, 1942. American music was featured
throughout the entire program with varied
skits and popular music. The stage was
decorated in a patriotic motif.
"The Star Spangled Banner" by Francis
Scott Key, "Deep South" by Merle I. Isaac,
"Stephen Foster Melodies" arranged by
Louis Guzman, "By Wiaters of Minne-
tonkaf' by Therlow Lieurance and 'tHead-
lines" by Carleton Colby, all numbers com-
posed by Americans were played by the
Another performance presented by the
band was a concert under the direction of
Dr. Frank Simon, a distinguished band-
master and concert soloist.
Once more the band won a superior in
keen competition in the 'district music con-
Nll'FlKl0R SX NlI'll0Nl1 lS.KNll-Huck: NlZll'i2lIlIl4' flilfk, llnl
I.znngl'm-ml. Tnplu l-'isln-r. llixie- Branson, kl'Illlf'Ill l'nnre-y, Jnyw-
Iivllbll, llurnlll li-uhlq-. Ulm-nn xiil'iH'll1'l'. Il. l'1-dric Aniln-rson:
fourth: Ronald Slnnn-r. Juni- lfillillhllll, l'uruIpn Dixon, lic-nnzuwl
llirsclnfn-lil. i'Inu'le-s Thompson, ling:-r llzntie. Roy llllfvllkir-s, Len
Allen. lic-nllcl limln-liste-ill, Dun Sanford, lluyls- liinknill, Vernon
lirilt. Alden Nelson, ll.lI'l'1'll Hunt. llill Rose. Harry Wzll!elnaltIl.
I.:-sta-r Hylnnrl. Art llirk, Kicliunl Nnsky, l'Ill2!'Ill' l'lzu'k, l'Ilarl1-s
Liston. Lucille Judd: thi:-d: Elzlilw l'n-ck, liwtly Swanson. -lauwt
Hkllku-l', Dorothy Dnnks, Jack 3lcK':ll'llu-y. l'l-rvllc Gross, Phyllis
test at Kearney, April 17 and 18.
Eugene Hill, Wally Hamilton, Lucille
Judd, and Bob Sharrah represented North
Platte in the band division at the all-state
music clinic which was held in Fremont,
December 4, 5, and 6. The numbers which
the band played were "Symphony March"
by Manconni, "Deep South Rhapsodyn by
VVeinberger, "Two Admirals" by Shor-
naha and "Pax Et Labas" by Pares.
Bob Sharrah was appointed band cap-
tain for 1941-42. Other oiiicers selected
were Jean McCartney and Arthur Salis-
bury, first lieutenants, Bob Kelso and
Alden Nelson, second lieutenants. Mary
Selby and Charles Heider were chosen
scrgeants, Colleen Michener and Phyllis
Lierk, quarter-master sergeants, Mary
Gummere, Virginia Potts, and Lucille
Judd, first sergeants. The corporals ap-
pointed were Marilyn Yost, Bruce Claus-
sen, and Hal Langford. Oflicers for the
band next year will be announced at the
annual band banquet which will be held
the latter part of May.
Liz-rk, Ihmnu Sp:lllul4'l'. llnh Sharrah. limb Km-Iso, Nlnrunt.
xvllIlQ'IllillIl, -lvrry flaulssvll, -lnlm ltxnlrr. -lin: Scott. Don I-'ryan
llon lYriuht. lie-:l1l'i1-0 Jann-s, Nnllp Ilmnillun. Norman 'I'1nln-n-
lnlfl. 5l.nrxin I-'r:lnklin. llarry lirwnlln-ck, l'q-ggy Hotchkiss, Ruth,
Robinson. Urllvc-n Nlirln-ner: sn-4-mul: Marilyn llunt. -la-nn
Ill-l'ul'llwy, i'lnn'l1-- Hn-illcr. lkrncq- Fleurs-en. Ilnrothy Clinton.
flim furr. -lim Sl:-Xl:-ekin, Rn-:.:in:llsl Stewart, Joyce Nlilllmnw.
lAllllf'I"fil lhill, Wzlllzu-e -le-nscn: first: Arthur Salisbury. xlilfl-
lyn Krnllsv. livin-xieve Sl-'ilhlIl'I. llnri-thx' W1-stplml. Paul xl1ll'li,
Marilyn Yost, Nlzlrgure-t Uzicr, Virginia Potts. Maury S1-llry.
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LICAIDING THE BAND OX PARlllld-Xlall'iallllle Clark dl
major: Georgina Tools, f'1ll.lll"l'lllP W
,gem-er, :und Marilyn Blet-
. es, skilfully guide ihe hand :across the field in
drills. Sixty band lllQ'lllh?l'S, dressesl in blue and gold uni-
forms are strutting behind the majorettes.
HERE COBIES THE COLOR Gl' KRD--fl
Brodheck, James. IS k
, ulrles l'Il"lllPl',llill'l'y
. ' zx er, mul Janne:-2 Carr Kllilfll the colors.
YYhen the band wins zu superior rating: in the state vnntest
n silver ring: is plzlved on one Muff. A gold rinw is put on
the stuff when il national 1-units-sl is won. The stalfl' lms
seven silver rings and one gold ring.
MARCHING ON WITI-I THE BAND
PRANCIN' I'0I-'D-BI: "a CI Iv I ujor: and
jorettes NI I WI tt l tl Nl wer, null
1 gina T I I I II I 1. I I on to the
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To arouse school spirit sixty members of
the marching band strutted along behind
the prancing drum major, majorettes, and
twirlers who presented drills at each home
football game, traveled to Kearney to drill
between halves of the North Platte-Kear-
ney game, and to Gothenburg for the
North Platte-Gothenburg game. The band
also traveled to Cozad where it partici-
pated in the annual Cozad Hay Days
parade. It took part in the Gothenburg
harvest festival and entered the marching
band contest which was held in McCook
October 29. The band received a superior
rating while Marianne Clark, drum major,
received a cash award for being the out-
standing drum major.
The most popular drill which the band
presented was entitled "Uncle Sam In Re-
view" given between halves of the Armis-
tice Day football game. Presenting six
episodes, members of the band and pep
club arrayed in costume reviewed Ameri-
can history from the time of the Pilgrims
until the time of World VVar I. The home-
coming queen, Ruby McKain, selected by
popular vote, was presented at that time.
After the student body heard President
Roosevelt declare war, on December 8,
1941, the band led a parade in downtown
North Platte followed by the high school
students and the citizens of North Platte.
During the winter months the marching
band was divided i11to two pep bands
which were called the Blue band and Gold
band. The purpose of dividing the band
was to enable the musicians to play during
basketball games. These pep bands were
under the direction of Bob Sharrah, band
captain, Jean McCartney and Arthur Salis-
bury, lieutenants of the symphonic band.
Members of the North Platte High
School marching band are chosen from
the symphonic band on the basis of musi-
cal and marching abilities.
Lucille Judd, bass clarinet, Don Wright,
baritone, Wallace Jensen, saxophone, and
Gerald Calhoun, bass, won superior ratings
as soloists in the district contest. Other
superior ratings were given to the brass
sextette consisting of Sharrah, Kelso, Coop-
er, Hamilton, Calhoun, and Birk. The
woodwind trio composed of Salisbury,
Hunt, and Selby. The Hute quartet com-
posed of Ogier, Selby, Potts, Marti, and
the cornet trio composed of Kelso, Sharrah,
"l'NCI,l'I SARI IN Rl'IYIl'l!V"-IS the title of the drill
whleh the man-hing band presented between Imlves K
the Armistl- Duy football game. Miss R hy Nl'Kui
who I I I I chosen queen by pop I t xv
presented nt tli IIIIIP. This IS nly I' tl
drills wI'I tl I nl present I t f tl ll g
run we Y 1
N Ill!-'l 1 Nl lltlll Don xlll h urs lu-ith H IIINPII
ln u Hone R n I llldt'llllllltll 11 ulnet If xelul Barrett
I ms llc lx un R l XIIIIPINOII dnectm Prem h horn
Don In-x nulrls J u k Steplu-ns 1 on net H lrolll I' lol l
ule-. Poo nd s Dun Nlllfllfd ill u es
nn lwerelt N hmult Dnul Iohnsun J 1 Nu. W
Nllles Runner uhm Robert I one flute lieth B Ile
N IVPDIIUIIF ll Ile Xllplm. ste Dell I eu ls Nun Hugh
nnk u In nv lr wut: I I- u I I mdenmuth from
mm n nrll I ln 1 ll :Id 'l'uuL,omI llnn ller 1-
One, two three, four, Leonard Hlrs h
feld d1rector of the North Platte Hlgh
School 1azz band beats out the tlme l1ke
The band organlzed to play for school
dances The bovs presented a noxelty
sklt, lncludlng a tap dance by Georglna
Toole and a baton exh1b1t1on bs Leo EV
eleth accompan1ed bv the band, at the
annual wlnter band concert
Rehearsmg txuce a week at Leonard
Hlrschfelds home, members of the Jazz
band are pleparmg to play for the next
school dance sponsored by the debate
Among the songs xxhlch they play are
Chattanooga Choo Choo, Broadway
Conga , lou and I . Georgia is their
ulle Klnns sms x u url on s I,-H 1 ,I
:nn SlmNul '1 1 hind lllltlllllltkil ln thc mass
YI l KNOIN X l H00 I MPO T 9 l lt Ol lie It
ll mt e lr xml ylkllllllll s ure I Q-on ual Hirst hfeld dlrex
ol lu-nm th 1 onrm stl mg, lr us H xrolll l oble
dl ums N lll u e Jensen I-I lrrx Brodbeek Norm UI
Todenholt uul Nl lrx ln 1- r lllkllll saxopllones Boll
N 1 lu lh uul B0 1 lxelsu l0lllPth ht Burk H urrv
N nltemath trombones
Tfallllllg for the lNorth Platte symphonlc
band IS glven to new students and begm
ners IH the second band There are ap
proxlmately thnty five students
Talung part 1n the mass band dr11l and
rehearsmg dallv are act1v1t1es of the band
Conan Castle was chosen band captam
Next 1n rank are Dell Lewls and Bob Hall
first lleutenants Rex Rlchardson and
Charles Irw1n ale second lleutenants Other
posltlons were Hlled Warren Parson, quar
ter master sergeant, Darlene Carpenter,
J C Nlsley, sergeants
Under the present system a student
must complete the first chart 1n order to
be Qllglble for first band He IS advanced
to the symphomc band 1f there IS a vacan-
cy but if tne second chart is completed he
is advanced to the first band.
PICK UP YOUR FIDDLE AND BOW
Rushing practice for the 'district music con-
test are sixty-five members of the North
Platte High School orchestra and R. Cedric
Playing under the direction of Dr. Frank
Simon, distinguished band master and cor-
net soloist, was the major appearance of
the orchestra presented March 3.
The numbers played by the orchestra in
this concert were "Star Spangled Banner"
by Francis Scott Key, t'Finlandia" by Joan
Sibelius, "The Bat" by Johann Strauss and
"The Instruments of the Orchestra."
Don Cooper, French horny Bob Kelso,
coinetg Charles Helder, clarinetg and Hal
Langford, drums, represented North Platte
in the orchestra division in Fremont.
Sidney Timmerman, Marilyn Yost, Mary
Selby, Bob Sharrah, won individual honors
in the local music contest and will partici-
in the local music contest. Marilyn Yost
achieved a superior in piano while Bob
Sharrah made a superior with trumpet at
Kearney. The orchestra took top award
with a superior at this contest April 17, 18.
Members of the orchestra traveled to
Holdrege to hear the United States Navy
band October 10. They will also go to
Kearney where they will attend the dis-
trict music contest.
Instrumental group winners in the local
contest were the brass sextette. It is com-
posed of Bob Sharrah, Bob Kelso, Art Birk,
Gerald Calhoun, Waldo Hamilton, and Don
Cooper, members of the orchestra.
There are four divisions in the orches-
tra, the string, percussion, brass, and
woodwind. Each section rehearses separ-
ately to determine position of the players.
Seating arrangement in orchestra is passed
on the results of regular try-outs being
held each Monday.
Keen competition among the violinists
is evident. Sidney Timmerman holds first
chair in the violin section.
'l'l'Nl'1 l'l' 'l'lll'I l"lIllll.l1-Sillllep TlllllllPTlllllIl. first violin:
Nlzlry .Xml RZIIIP, first xiolillg -loy 'l'l'ulllp. viola: Zlllll -lallle
Strollll, ce-llo lnzlkl- up the string llllill'lPI. The lm-lnlu-rs l'vlPl'PA
sl-lltl-ll the high sl-llool orclll-strzl nt tlll- lllllsil- clinic ullil-ll was
lu-Ill in l"I'l'lll0lll alllll thl-3 will llill"lll'lllfltt' ill the llistrict mll-ic
l-ollte-st this spring.
LIN S0l.lllW'I'--Siilnl-y 'l'illlllll-l'ln:lll lllllps ll xiolin solo ill
Ill llssl-lllllly all-collllnlnil-ll :lt tlll- Illillltl llp 3llll'llD'Il Yost. Sitllll-3
Ilollls first chalil' ill thl- first violin sl-ctioll ill tlll- lll'1'lll'hll'il,
Nlllrilyll plans al liolll ill the lll'l'lll'S1l'1l illlll slll- :lrrorllllllllil-s
soloists llllll group l-llsl-lnlvll-s :lt the llltllltb.
5YYII'll0NIl' 0lH'IlI'1S'l'll.X-Illlss xiol: l'0lll'l'y. -lunl-s, t':lIllollll.
Iloolittll-. First xiolills: TlIlllllt'l'lllllll. lialllr, 1ll'l'lNl'Il, Norlllllll.
kllllllllilli, llllllsl-ll, lil-ss, tlgivr, Voss-ipkal. fl-llo: liritt, 5II'lIll'l.
Smith, Scllllrlllslllll. lillssooll: .NIil'lll'm-l'. llzlss: Nt'lN0ll. Ohm-:
Sallisllllrp, KY2llINl'. l"llltl-: Sl-llu, l'otts. flElI'llll'lNZ llllllt, Ml--
12ll'lIll'j. llc-illl-r, flZlll5Nl'Il. Flu-lle-ll horn: t'oo1n-r, llill. l:ilkl'l'.
5lf'UilI'l. 'l'l'0llllNllll'Z liirk, fllilfli. Xosky. Yiol: Vllfllllllb, to-.l,
kelly. Neale-. fllI'Ill'fSZ Sll1ll'l'tlll, lil-Iso, l'l2lllSNl'll. llirl-l'tor: K.
C. .hull-rsoll. llrllllls: lillIllL'l'lll'lI, holxll-. Rellrll. Sl'1'Ullll xiolins:
lyalrs. TQIIPII, rllllllllllll, llilwvlltil-lll, Koch. We-itll-l, llipll. Nll-ttill.
SENIOR 1illiI.S4il.l'Il'1 l'l.l'l!--linck: ll:-va-rly Yarns. Ann Rich- Lilliun N'oods, lh-vm-rly I.:-wis. llnlq- liulilvrston, Lila Blin-
Sn :lx l hl l- I
I Nll ll Q l I l
nrllson, Nornm l'yIn-. Hu-lyn lfzuui- l 'U".' in e, .lnnv Sll'1lllil.
Inzlningrr, Nornm town-n, I.nYon Kronqlu-st. l'uulim- Johnn-
Kutln-ryn I.:-th. llurrin-1 Speigllt, l.u1'ilv .' lllvr, li:-tty Pnrne , s-n, in-tty ':nnpwll. lfirsl: l'lorcnce- Kohn-rts. lluxinn- lirunting,
.lzuliq-r Kim-axill. Nlzlrinnne- Clark, llvlty lim-like, -leulllle llzurm-ll. Phyllis Xhnllai, Virginia lialris. Marilyn lilnsi. l'Inris lirusv,
fznrol 1'nnn-lnnll, ll:u'lmrn hun linskirk. 'I'hiril: Jn-un Sh-llonaulnl. Luvilla- Wing, llmmie NNN:-1-I, Virginia l'nrr, Nlnurinv Film-li,
llonna Ellysnn, lie-l'luiz-ve llllTQ'llllllQ'. Virginian livin, Nlurilyn Nlurinn Nornll. lietly Kllllllh is the pianist for the glen-
Nln-ttin. Dorothy 'lolinnsi-n. linrlmm linrrivr, lfrnm-es .huh-rson. 1-lull. The girls pri-sn-nle-cl an niusiv nssa-lnhlp :incl llnfy lnlnivi-
Lois llvn-Is, Betty Ihililgrs-n, lionmnzi Arrington. 'l'wylu We-nu-r. lush-ll in the Zllllllllll 1-hornl cone-4-ri. 'l'In-3 will also 1-nl:-r in,
llonnzn Nm-iswnllgn-l', Nlzuinl- Stuthvit, Eliznlu-Ili XY:-lrsh-r. Sn-1-mul: tlu- district music 4-nnte-st which will ln- hs-Ill ul K4-:arm-y. 'l'lu-
Shirley Nunn, lalrilln- 54'llZll'l'Q'l'. Ann .xlI'lllllNllIl. l"1u'r1-ll Nlznlson. glee- l'llIll will tnkn- part in lln- spring music fa-sliual in May.
SING ME A SUNG OF PRAIRIES
'lhe maioi peitoimance ot the gills glee
club was the annual choial conceit Robed
in ied yy hite, and blue surplices, arranged
to form a V toi yictoix with three dots
and a dash at the iight ot the V the girls
glee club helped caiix out the patuotic
theme of the progiam The glee club also
sang patiiotic songs duiing the quiz part
ot the piogiam
The cantata, entitled 'lhe Shepherds
Chiistmas xx as anothei outstanding per
toimance piesented to the student body
by the gnls glee club undei the direction
of R. W. Trenholm. The cantata gave a
musical description of the birth of Christ
and the events which led up to the birth
of Christ. Jean McCartney, tenor soloist
sang the solo parts of the Cantata pre-
sented December 19.
Wlaxine VX hitehead, Mary Selby Bev-
erly Carns, Donna Ellyson Marilyn Krause
Jo Ann Kelly and Dorothy Johansen,
members of the senior girls glee club were
selected to sing ln a cantata entitled
Childe Jesus' at a P. D. O. meeting.
Members of the senior girls glee club
are chosen for their music ability and each
semester two or three girls are promoted
tlom IUIIIOI glllxs glee club to senior gnls
glee club Patiicia Howaid fust sopiano,
and Marian Young, alto yyeie placed in
senior girls glee club
Nlary Selby and llasme ll hitehead sing
the solo parts of songs sung by the glee
Jane Stroud, fiist sopiano Dolothy Jo
hansen, second soprano, and Janice Kin
cud, alto, are sectional leaders of the
Another ftdtllltf peitoimante ot the
glee club will be the annual music testival
which will be held the latter part of May.
VVinning superiors in the district contest
were the senior girls glee club, the girls
sextette the mixed chorus Arthur Salis-
bury Art Birk' boys actette consisting of
Jerry Claussen, Glenn Dean, Dell Lewis
Pob Luedke Conan Castle Bud Brinkema,
Vfarren Kenney, Calvin Solemg Nlary
Selby Art Birk, Alt Salisbury Marilyn
Krause, Donna Illlyson, Glenn Dean, Dell
Lewis, Maxine NN hitehead Jo Ann Kelly
the Madrigal singers. The soloists and
small groups will enter the national music
SINGING "I .XM .KN .XMl'IRll'.lX"-Jallln-:Q Farr,
'lm-an Mm-l'artlu-y, Art Salisbury, and Art Birk
4-nnlposr llu- hnyn quarts-t. 'l'lu-y lmn- Illillll' mw-
rral 2llllN'ill'ZlIl4'l'S at prng'ram'-a, awe-lnhlic-5, and
rommunily l'lltFl"illllIll4'Illw. 'l'lu-sr lmyx haw- sum:
in ilu- quarh-l for ilu- past lwn ya-auw. Marilyn
MADKIQEAL SINGEIRS-Jalnr-s Carr, -lm-an Mc--
l':u'tlu-y. Mary Selby. llnnna lflllysnn. Maxim-
Whih-lu-zul. Marilyn Krauss-, Dorothy -lollansc-ll.
-In Ann Kc-lly, Art Salisbury. and Art llirk. carry
on tlu- English traulitinn of singing songs and
hynlns llI'0lIlllI llu- lallle-. M4-mln-rs nl' llu- Madri-
gal arm- nu-lnlu-rs ol' tlu- 4-lu-rus.
.ll'NI0li lillilxi Sl41X'l'l'1'l"l'l'If-Juan Wnlc-ntl, Wanlla Hill, Patty
lluwarll, fnrilu- Snnilh, Marinn Young. alul Marjm'y llakvr.
a Lrrnllp ol' fre-shnu-n girls an- gn-tling 4-nu-l'in-llrv in singi
:luring tlu-ir fra-slunan ya-ar to lu-4-nnu- nu-mln-rw ul' sn-ninr -.mall
:.CI'0lllDS during' ilu-ir nllu-r high M-luml days.
-Maxinr Wllih-lu-a4l, l4'al'l'n-ll
liaison. lie-vn-rly Varna. Ilorullly
Jnlulllsn-ll. lim- M1'Knwn, anll
Janirn- Kim-aill, :Qing in ilu- sen-
ior girls sl-xt:-th-. The girls prar-
tirm- their mugs rvgularly and
tlu-y han- apps-arm-ll on sr-H-ral
music programs. 'l'lu-y plan to
4-nt:-r the iliwtrirt nun-ir 1'llllll'5l.
"l'llll,lll-I -Il'1Sl'S"-singing ilu-
rantata are tw:-he lll9lllIl9l'N ol'
IlliXPIl 1-lunrus. The-y are Jann-s
Farr, -In-an All'C2ll'flll'l'. .Xrt Salim-
luiry, Art llirk, Maxim- M'hitr-
ln-ad, Mary Su-lhy. l:l'Yl'l'lYfill'llN.
llmma lflllysnn, Marilyn KI'lllI'-P.
llurollly -lnluansa-n, alul -lo Ann
K4-lly. K. W. 'l'rn-nluxlm is ulirvr-
lnr nl' tlu- rlunrus.
BUYS OCTl'I'I"1'l4I-lil:-ml Ile-an.
lk-ll Len is. -In-rry Uausu-n, l'nnan
Ca:-th-. Bllll llrinkn-ma. llzlrolll
l"4-mu-r, and Calxin Suk-in ar.-
sm-vn-n nl' the buys uc-te-th-. Wal'-
re-n ke-mu-y was aim-nt at ilu-
linu- this pirturm- was take-n,
lie-My Je-an Kuhns au-olnpanic--1
the boys at the Lfrilllll piano.
LUUK .XT Tl-IH QINYIHIYH-
'lc-an 3l1'f1lI'fIll'X, -lanu-s Farr.
and .xl'llllIl' Salisbury arnuw
ilu- stlulv-nl! lu-p hy pinging llu-
rowlmy 50111: 1-niille-ul "llonu- lin
The Hanan-" and other mugs at
il pep asm-nlbly whim-h wax given
fur tlu- suuln-nt luuly the aftvr-
noon lu-fore the liulldogw. nu-t'
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l'lilIl'S FOR YIt"l'0RY-l'rt-sith-nt Nlel'um-
tells I". l-'. .L llll'lllill'l'Q M1-Ruin, llzuuumucl,
Iiulfiug. I'ri1-st. Tuhiu-. iiurrvll. llalllsvn,
llunter, lillilwrlt-ss, Olsen, l'uIh0un. Ste-mr'
cr. Newbury. Hailey. limlwns-leiu. lSzu'rt-lt.
Pmve-ll. Dyke. Hanson. Sault-s, J. White,
I.. N'hih-. :llul Bc-yt-r what un important:
part 4-rups will play in .xllll'l'I1l'S tl:-l'Pus0
TXVISTIX' THE TWIXE-Nlnkiugr rope is
:nu int:-rvstiug' :ls well us nn 1-wsu-ling.: pru-
jvvt hut -Izu'qlu- N'hih- mul his lnelpt-rs,
Ln-un While, Will Rulfimz, llugh liuilvy.
and Juuiur Elin-rly se-1-lu tu lmvv Ihr situa-
tion ut-ll in lmutl. lk-e Powell, Andy New-
bury. and llurrm-ll Payne ure calmly griull-
ing' aiu nu- in al puiut.
Tlll-1 KI-JY ylExTfl2ll'Pll1'P -lulinsuu. l'lnu'l1-s
Blrliuiu. Hn-ruulu Prim-st. Bull Mason. Ruh-
4-rt llunzuunul. Hurvvy Sli-l'uue null Lesh-I'
Ste-uuer lllilki' up the l". I". .L 1-allxiilel.
llerv they urn- nmkimg' plains fur buying at
pig wliieh the lmys will hut:-her later in
the year as zu class project.
WE INCREASE PRODUCTION
Realizing the importance of the t'armer's
contribution to national defense, the F. F.
A. boys are doing their bit. A spotted Po-
land China gilt was purchased and given
to a member to keep until marketing time
when he is expected to have raised another
pig which will in turn be given to a mem-
ber. A chicken program to increase poul-
try production is also under way.
The membership book listed 42 mem-
bers at the beginning of the year, a record
for the three year old oranization.
Two or three days a week were spent
in the shop Where the boys twist rope,
construct troughs, forge tools, and build
Bob Mason and Joe YVilson held honors
for the class. Bob has 42 head of sheep,
rams, ewes, and lambs, and Joe carried off
high honors with a grand champion "Vein
or sheep at the county fair last summer.
Some day the senior normal train-
ers, members of VVood Bee, and the
junior normal trainers, members of
Knighthood of Youth, will be school
teachers. They are eagerly training
themselves for that profession with
the help of Miss Florence Antoni-
des, the sponsor of both clubs.
Practice teaching in the surround-
ing territory and selling candy after
school occupied most of the Wood
Bee's time. The Knighthood of
Youth held a party every month and
took over the candy selling project
during the second semester when
senior members were busy teaching.
The VVood Bee cabinet consists
of Audrey Reeves, president, Vera
Morton, vice-president, Leota Shaul,
secretary, Betty Kesterson, treas-
urer, Velma Hill, parliamentarian
Joyce Relph, reporter, Helen Yates,
social chairman Jessie Tibbles, pro
gram leader, Gladys Cole and Ber
nice Reeves, menu chairmen, Car
olxn Rasmussen, finance head
Ida Mae Neale heads the Knight
hood of Youth with the aid of vice
president Cathryn Anderson, Iola
Broeder, secretary , Maurine Fitch
treasurer, Betty Adams, social
chairman, Phyllis Rowley parlla
mentarlan and Joy ce Relph re
Both clubs serve the purpose ot
entertaining and guiding the girls
A l'Al'SlG T0 REFRESH-llvverly Sclizlrnmn Illlll
Justine hvklllil eaurerly eye- llu- 1-andy on sale at the
floor. Tln- uN2ll1'SlYOIllQ'll,' Kilznlys Colo :lull lin-ily Krs-
lerson uri- doing: their ln-st to make' ilu- sale hcl-:msc
the proc-Pells will go into the lVood-lice ll't'ilNlll'y to
he us:-ll for ollu-r pl'o,ie-1-ls.
IOUR LHlLhl'N Amid sqm-als Ind gI'0l.IlN lo Xnn
lxvllu und Xlrglnll Rule! preplrl-' to klll an 1hllk0lf
unu-r the obserx lllon of llorul Stull L lrolwn
RINNIIIIINNFII l trol flllllllll fllll9l'Illk' Kmlerson lelln
lhumln-ld llnllls Rmxls-s Ions Burton KIIQQ' Nluk
Ish Xnnzlwlle xsll"llIlllll I- urn-ll Nluttson lvlrl lokc-
lic-th lkvhlvlsllll If-on: kewl:-r Welsh I-ulk llonnx
llolph -lvsslc Tlbhlu Bill! Kdzuns xllllflllf' lltih
BITLIIIII Nelson lol: lhmder Lt-lll llurle lllllrou'
and Luther Lberly
I I I CRINK THI' HI' N lin th lxe'-.ti :son md I1 ssn
1 Iles 1 I hh l ihu ken thx lot ker loom
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window in tht- Lntln-rzin clnnw-li wln-ro the nntln-
t'.XNllLl'.S .Vtil.tlW-Se-utvtl on the- rostruln ol'
the Lntln-run 4-hnrvh ara- czllniliet nn-mln-rs Yir-
ginia t'urr. livatrici- -Innes, Phyllis llzuhlnrf. Mary
N-Ihy. 3l.u'ilyn Ynst. Ella linker. Shirln-y Nlcblnr-
lry. Ilnh- llaldn-rstnn, P9223 Hotchkiss. Nlalrgnn-t',
tlgin-r, :intl Nlnry Ann kann- uho nrt- initiating
IIPN' nn-lnlwrs. .tiding in tln- initiation are Dorn-
thy t'linlnn and lie-Ita' l'm'tt-rs:-n.
Serving as sponsors are Miss VViln1a Wil-
son, Miss Marie Schaab, Miss Doris Gates,
and Miss Gladys McCormick.
Every month some entertainment was
planned and good times were never lack-
ing. Heart-sister week was one of the
highlights of the year. Everyone enjoyed
it and it was not an unusual sight to see
a girl wearing an onion corsage or carrying
a baby doll. The revelation of the identity
of heart sisters climaxed the week. The
informal initiation proved to be a riot since
several girls injured themselves by running
into trees, but no serious casualties re-
sulted. A scavenger hunt was held at the
first of the year for all prospective and
former members of G. R. A serious and
impressive touch was lent to the activities
by the formal initiation which was held in
the First Lutheran Church.
Girl Reserves endeavors to create a
feeling of friendliness among its members
and to enable everyone to make new
I-IXl'1kXl'i0IlY SNIILI-IZ-Lt-l't to right. run' tvn: Janne Touts, Ilnrla-nv Wnml. lh-l.oris tlilsnn. llnrion Xoralll, Norlnnllmu-n.
Tlllln l'isln-1. Harriet .lonn-s, llc-xvrly S:-lmrnmn. 151-vrrly Pnhle-. llnn ninn-: Nliss Urn Pau-kvr, Nornm Lot- tlrmnh. ,Xrlinr
I'rntlwr, Irsnln Lvlnnnn, -ln-:ln Mills, Lilly Fong, tllzutys Wt-mln-lmrn, .Xrtzt t'1nr1n-ntvr. Ann Kit'llill'llN0ll, Hnnnn Lnn lYiu'l.
Row 4-ight: Maria- Sic-gn-lill. Elsie llzxl-wr. Cleiln Yvnt-ill, Nlnry Xnsky, tirginin Pzxhle. lin-ulznh Mau- Hastings. Lois Blclinin.
Row sm-ten: lietty Sli-Kain, llnnna Connor. Virginia Hein. Phyllis l-Irikst-n. Xorlna Pylv, Harriet Spf-iglit. lliltla Jann- Ile-
Losh. Lorraine lfrishie-. linnnn Harkin. lione-ttn lluvis. Ron' siv: fllllll' lgillllllllll. -If-an nillllllilll, Arh-no Heinzvl, Ilona livin-
zrl, Mary Sluts-nry. Nlanuzlret tiriesen, -lzu-kiv Snyder. Dunn lnnmn. liurlbarn l:lIl'l'll"l', Nlnnrnn- l'lt1-h. Kim tue: hhnlt-y'
' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' - ' '- ' li-:ld-rston Wnnlln llill. -loan lYol4'ott. Ruth
Lon llnrt. hnsn' lulnmggnl, Ynglnm toning. lull.: linku. Joy Tmlnp, Dale . 1 ,
Pylc. -lnnv Milli-r, Nhirle-y Anderson. Row t'nnr: tivorginzu Tool:-. Lncillu- Slnth-r, Phyllis Ram-, Patty llmvurtl, June Xisln-y,
.lt-rry ylile-s, forino Qlllifll, tlnolev Nicks, Jenn Kellogg. Lillian Wood. l'Iiiz:lln-th Wt-hslt-r. Row tlwvv: lfre-ilu Russ, lla
' ' ' '- -'ii lrl- l P-:tt -I' 'irk Ylwvine- S ith llnrotln
llill, linnnin- Nlzntson. lit-tty liatv. -lnstyn llndzl. .lan-km lllolsn-, h.lth.u n- .I.u nnnr, . y nlu , , . .nn , ,
Lont-nr, Phyllis Smith, Nzuwy Yost-ipka. Row two: Virginian t'urr. llnnnan lillysnn, lflbllllll' 3lvNvvl, lit-verly Le-xvis. Shirh-y
Lnrkin, Ilnnnal Hzlpy llnris rlfllllll. tlnm Law- lim-luke. Mzll'jurit' llukvr. llillnn .lI1'N1'1-I, li:-tts' I's-ti-rsm-'l, IS:-:ltrirv -Innes. Kun'
om-: Slanrilvn lilzu-si, l'l:u'ies lirzise. Shirley Swann. llnrlin-n Lyons, Nlnrinnnn- Clark, Jann- Stroud. Prisvilln lh-zu. flnnirn- kin-
kaitl, Alive' -lone-s, Shirley .llarshall, Putty Lum-nr. Shirley M1'M1lrtry, Lani-rta liritt.
FEED SOUL, M
To acqua1nt new boys w1th other members
IS the pr1mary ob1ect1ve of H1Y Many
new boys and freshmen boys never haxe
an opportun1ty to meet the rest of the
hlgh school boys Therefore, H1Y was
formed to create a bond of fr1endsh1p be
tween them by the sharlng of good t1mes
H1 Y IS a 1un1or branch of the Y M
C A a young men s athlet1c club
Sponsoung the club are R Cedr1c An
derson and Ivan W1lson
Dur1ng the first semeste1 Charles He1d
er served as presldent but left hlgh school
to attend the Un1vers1tw of lNebraska Al
bert Taylor filled the vacancy
Other officers are Leonald H1rschfeld
VICE pres1dent and Calv1n Solem secre
tarv Hal Langford James Baker and
Jack McCartney are cab1net members
Devot1onal meet1ngs added a se11ous
touch to H1 Y 21Ct1X1tlQq Flfth per1od was
the chosen t1me for the dex ot1onals M1n1s
ters from lNorth Platte churches gave the
boys rel1g1ous gu1dance
H1 Y suppers held 1n the cafete11a we1e
always en1ow ed and useful knowledge was
der1ved from the speeches gwen by the
Ray NIesm1th was the guest at the Ii1st
H1 Y general meet1ng Mr Nesmlth IS the
d1str1ct secretary of the Young Men s
Chr1st1an Assoc1at1on H1s purpose ln speak
1ng to the club was to gwe 3dN1C9 on how
the club could be 1mproved to make 1t a
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better organ1zat1on for boys
Robert L Getty ed1to1 of the Da1lw
Teleg1aph gaxe an 1nsp1r1ng speech
Amer1can1sm at the Thanksglung banquet
held 1n the cafeterla on Noxembe1 25
Two needy fam1l1es of lNorth Platte
recew ed Chrlstmas baskets filled w1th food
brought by the boys Such 1tems as ch1ck
ens nuts candy fru1ts, and xegetables
were 1IlClLld6Cl 1n the baskets Resources
w ere pooled and two ch1ckens bought w1th
the money by cabmet membe1s
The long aw alted H1 Y outlng was held
duung the latter pa1t of September The
ni un benefit hoped for was to enable the
new members to become well acqualnted
w1th the older membe1s
A xery fine banquet was serx ed by the
boxs mothe1s 1D the cf1feter1a Seventy
fixe eager boys attended Mr Van Shaw
was the guest speake1 on the toplc Cor
respondence Vhth Forelgn Countr1es
The 1n1t1at1on of the freshmen and new
members that always p1oves so emoyable
to the older members w1ll be held 111 the
nea1 future The freshmen boys have not
been espec1alls enthus1ast1c about th1s part
of the H1 Y act1x1t1es program
The th1rt1eth annw GIQHTQ of the Older
Boys Confe1ence of H1Y was observed
It York lNeb1f1ska w1th an 1nterest1ng
meet1ng Attendlng the meetxng were
Chares Helder Ieonard Hlrschfeld Calvln
Solem and VVarren Kennv
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I-ill' 1" 50l"l' A LITTLIG ll UQXIOXY-.leaul :Ir-Cal ney lvzuls non Brill, lurk 3lI'f2ll'llll-'Y Stunt 'il Lalrkin. Bud lgflllkt-'lIl2l,
the Hi-3 boys ill il 1"Nllmlllll.' . 1: all fheir first Xouth fulfill -lurk If-lmnulll, comm Vastu-, Iiuln-rt Smicll. In-lman Phillips.
outimrn. Lustily uv:-nxnnmnyimr him :Ire lllmrlvs Kaiser. Doyle Dirk Tm-ker, Rim-Inu-d Kellp. Jimmy M1-All-ek' , Wayne Kool.
Kin mil: M: rvin lsfilllkllll, Don lfn-ill-1'm'y, flnhn Mr. Q' 'in. Clmrles Tlllbgllilll. Dale lflnod, John 511 er, Lyn li'lnl01'z'. ll: rry
Alden Nelson, Sllfflllllll 1 I "1 . Dllll FIT. 'lllllll SkillIl0l'. bvllltl"lll21fll. l'lll Murti, Kan' Lindemnlh, A. -I. Nlurrish, Bob
xvil y Hamilton, lllll .fu-ln, Albert zylor, Jwm-s Curr, Mr. Bm-llker. Lvl- Royce- XYhi , Glenn Dlll'lll'lll-'l', Ronald Sll1lIl9l',
vain Wilson, J1-ruld Toogooll. Bob Inlwlke-, linh flllllllllll. Yer- XVullzu'e JPIISUII, llnnzild Wrigllt, mul Ke-nm-th liowke-r.
'l'lll-1 MOTION IS KXXIKKIl'IIl-liisrllssing fllristlnns
lmslu-is for tha- nn-1-ily are ,Ulu-rl Taylor, l.zuvrn-nz-e l':nl-
lmun. Hun lfrpa-, lin-nn:-th fonru-y. Roy D4-nn llutvlikiss.
llivk Tuvker. Dale fllhllillg, lioh 5ll2ll'I'illl, Wzillp Hann-
iltnn. .lurk 5I1'f2lltllt'D, llzll Lzungfnrll, and li. fella-ir
Anderson, hun Vail:-on l'1llllllll'f5 the nn-eting.:.
The formal initiation of Hi-Y members
was held during the first semester, adding
many boys to the Hi-Y rank which now
boasts 80 members.
The fortune of the basketball team, the
Hi-Y All Stars, was not as good as it has
been in previous years since two out of
three games played were lost to the junior
varsity basketball team.
Calvin Solem, Hal Langford, Leonard
Hirschfeld, Albert Taylor, and John Skin-
ner comprised the basketball team.
The Hi-Y-G.R. skating party was one
of the later entertainments of the year.
The boys attended in a large crowd and
thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity 'to
skate with the Girl Reserves.
College has taken many boys out of
Hi-Y. Those who left for college the second
semester for the University of Nebraska
were James Carr. Charles Heider, Jean
McCartney, and Alden Nelson.
Many good times are being planned
for next year.
Election of next year's officers is an
event to be held during the last few weeks
.KN .Xl'l'l.l-1 A ILKX'-Alnlrlillg' out ol' the Youth fzlhin door.
grinning from eau' tn 1-:lr annul lmppily lllllllfllillif on apples, are
Ili-Y nu-nxlu-rs Slorunl Walt:-mntli, Janie- Curr, John liuller,
livin- -lmm-s, Kunnlll Sllzlnn-r, Dirk 'l'u4'ke-r, Wally llaunilion Zlllli
John Skinnvr :lt their first outing.
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hll N.Yl'lXl',S ANI! l'.XNXlI!.Xl.S-,Is ilu' 1-xviiillg lupir ol'
lln- sw-04-ll In-ing: inzulv lu lfrn-il slIl'1'I', editor ol' the llulln-lin,
to Ili-Y lm-mln-rs ul one nl' their sunpn-rs. l,islvninx.: ntln-llliu--
lp url- l'nlvin Solern. -lenn M1-l':ll'lln-3, l'il1ll'l1'h lleiiln-r. llul
l,:nngi'nral. and lil-'l2llill'Kl Ilirsf-lull-lil.
THE UAXKVS ALL lll'IRl'1-Nlnrunt bvlllillllliltll, Stem- Coll-,
llalrohl tiuhle, Ih'u4-e fiilllSN9ll. ll2ll'l'Q Wultemulll, RllilPl'i5l'hllli1li.
Dun Reynolds, Allis-rl 'l'aiylm', itnnforrl Larkin, and l'l1:u'l1-eu
Irwin are an few ul' the wicle-unnke lmys all ilu- Zlllllllill Hi-Y
hilllqllft In-ld in lln- l'llfPtFl'i2l.
l'l+Il' l'lSlll+1KN-Junior and senior pep eluh members trying
out Rl new vell :tml fornmtion. Left tn right. row une: Murine
Iirunting. lh-tty Kesterson, "llll2lllt'tll Webster, tlnulee Wit-ks,
lfrzlnees Konmwsky. t'urul Copelnml, Llliian Woods, Lorem- liivh.
Betty l,tllll1.!'l't-'ll, Lois Det-ts, Eh-aumre 3lfl'l'0Ill', Louise Pratt,
Dorothy Wilson, Floydeen Ayars, Luuellu Husband, Lucille Hus-
Keeping North Platte High School up on
its toes are the peppy girls in the familiar
blue and gold sweaters.
Pep club was organized to guarantee
and safeguard the student b0dy's pep, the
factor which plays such a great part in
spurring a team on to victory.
The girls faithfully sold their wares at
football games and boosted the treasury.
Starting off on the right foot, the mem-
bers sold bulldog stickers during the first
tive Weeks of school.
Another contest was held which is an
old tradition in North Platte, the selling of
football tickets. Challenging one another
were two teams, the blues and the golds.
Each team was made up of pep club and
football squad members. The losing blue
team feted the golds at their annual ban-
'I'llkl'Il'l t'lll'Il'IIiS-l.uett:l Kiley. lion Iiluxmn. 'und Shirley
Wilson ieml North I'l:lttl-'s lm:-laetlmll fans in n peppy yell.
They' were the new eheerlezulers eleetell to promote North
l'l:ltte's pep at all husketlmll games illlll pep use-emhlies. t'heer-
ing at gaunes has increased lllltlllll-Ill their efforts.
HIGH l'RllHNl'RE SAl.l'lSU'tlNI.XN1l'ep eluh melnher, Harriet
Speigrht. is selling "wares" to an North Platte fun :lt Sl tootlmll
nn ot h ni :ld
gaune. Harriet is e ' t e any pep eluh girls nho st
refreshments during the football season. The profits went into
the pep rluh tru-zu-urp for projz-ets.
t'lll'It'KlX' IN-Lulu Nhrcl proudly turns in her rumly snleea
money tn Katherine Leth at the Dog: House at u game during-
the loothull sl-zlsoll. liZllllt'I'lllt' hulullell the sales :lt the ling
lluuse :mul 1-lies-km-tl in the nmney lwought hawk hy the ealnuu-
aers. The pep elulr banquet wus l'lllilllt't"tl hy these t'untl-..
lmnd, Luis Wickwirr. l'hplIis Wzulu. Row two: llililu .lum-
D4'I.nsh. l.oll-:uiiie I-'ri-hir. Nlury Louise W.-ililvaimz. Normal Pyle.
Lorem- llnnsen. Arlene Lainnin, Kathryn Leth, Yonnie Gilmore.
lin-lly Nlcliuin, Janice liinmid, Maxim- furlu-into-r. llzlrrin-t
Sm-iglit. -le-:ln lizxrm-ll. Nlnxim- Slulln-il, 'l'livresu Nl:-pe-rs. Gloria
Scott. Nlairilyn Quzillep, HQ-lpn Ward, Zlllll -lean Nlcllonulil.
Junior and senior pep club members may
be distinguished from one another by the
small bulldogs adorning the juniors' sweat-
ers and the large bulldogs worn by seniors.
Miss Shirley Potter, Miss Carole W'ilder,
and Miss Margaret Baker are the sponsors
of pep club.
Arlene Lannin was elected president
from senior pep club. Betty Dahlgren was
vice president and Eleanore McCrone sec-
retary of the club.
To close the season, the annual pep club
banquet was held at the Methodist Church.
Several pep club members took part in
an historical band drill given at the Armis-
ticed day football game.
A member of pep club must have be-
longed to the junior pep club for one year
before she may advance to senior pep club.
Also members of pep club are the cheer-
leaders. Leading mighty cheers at football
games and pep assemblies was the duty
of Shirley VVilson, Betty Campbell, Bud
Brinkema, and Lawrence Calhoun. Second
semester cheerleaders were: Luetta Riley,
Don Bloxom, and Shirley Wilson, who
were responsible for being on hand at all
home basketball games.
I'l,.XNNINh .X l'li0fll'.l'I--l'l'1--lah-Ill Lzulllln lliwllssi-:. al new
prujn-4-1 xvilh im-nlher-: I.. Ward, Copelnnil. Nh-Karin, Siu-iglit.
Fri:-him-. Hzulxu. Huslmml, liinlaalinl. C'zurln-lin-l', W1-inlmrg. H.
Hard, Wicks, Ili-Lush, llzililglw-n, IXIINIHIINI. N'ic'kwil'v. L. Baird,
Qunllo-y, Knmnsky, llifrom-, Sluthn-it, Pratt, Denis. L4-th, Hain-
sen. Woods. Krnnqm-st. Lunnin, l,i1-h, :ind sponsor Miss Hair-
gznrvt lsilkvl' zlt :i pep cluh llll'l'iillj.f.
l.l-l'l"S till 1-ASU!-llllll llrinkrinzi, Shirley Wilson, lin-My
Cullipln-ll, mul l.:uxren11- fillilllilll end an mighty elim-r for North
Flatts- in mid :mir at an pep ass:-iiilrlp. They were elm-rtesl to fill
the position of s'lieel'ls-alll:-l's lluriny: the first svllu-2-I1-r :incl boost
pep :lt fonlhull Qlllllll-'S und pn-p assi-nihlies.
h0l"l'llll'l+Ih'l' t'0Nl'l-ZRl'1Nt'lfI i'llA5ll'l0NS-'l'he ISHI liulldogs,
twenty-six strong. line up under the north goal posts. ln the
l'ront row: Rod Elson. Wayne Seeger, Don Rosendahl, lllaine
Young. .Xl llruhy. lliek Tueker. Darrell Hunt, and Kiley How-
ard. Kneeling in the sec-ond row are Calxin Solexn, Albert
Taylor. -lark Met'artney, lioh Beans, lloh Gilmore, Alden Nel-
son, Hob Srhal't'er, Holi liollrnan. and flnnior Anderson. Stand-
ing: in the haek ron' are Dale Rodgers, Jerry Claussen, Bruce
t'lau-sen. llwaine I-Issley. Harvey Stroud, lioh llrooks. Steve
lole, Frank Lane, and Ilon tlhering.
THE I"00'l'l!.1l.l. ARNIAILX-'l'Ile hoys gather for signal rlrill
on the praetiee field early in the lrilll training period. ln the
haekgroxlxul are left to right: Steve Cole, liruee flzlllssrll. Don
Oheringr, Dwain Essley. Al llruhy, llale Rodgers. lioh lioll-
man, Jerry Claussen, eoaeh Ivan Wilson, and flaek Nlefartney.
In the ser-ond row are the haeks, left to right: Hari ey Stroud.
Rod Elson. Bob Beans, and N'ayne Seeger. ln the front are
the mighty line lnen left to right: Calxin Solern. Alhert Taylor.
Alden Nelson, lloh t-ilnlore, Frank Lane, lioh Brooks, nad
Blaine "0akie" Ioung.
l'll'Tl'Rl'IS ON THE 0l'l'0hI'l'l'1 l'Atil'l,
SLASHING TllR0l'GH-Captain Beans grabs the hall on an
off teakle play during the Omaha North game, Tllanksuiving
Day. lillkkillll' a heavy Viking line, the Bulldogs throw an
extra ounee ot' reserve into lheir endeavor to hlast an opening
through whieh to nlake a gain. Top leI't.
R0l'NDlNG Till-I ENII-Deep in his own territory is Rod
lfllson. Bulldog: "pony" hack. Rod is shown making' a sizable
gain against the .Kggies from furtis during: the traditional
.xl'llllSlil'1' Day gann- on the home field whieh ended in a I9-IP
win for the North Platte sound. 'l'op right.
'l'.U'KLl'lll BY .KN ,Xt-tillfl-Ilefore he van ezlteh the hall,
"llakie" Young' is down--d on the Curtis 320 yard line, A ten
plays later "0akie" snagged a pass from Stroud and made a
run whieh was good for fifteen yards. Althuogh not playing
their hest Lfillllf, the liulldogs still held Curtis seoreless.
MAKING A GAIN-llarxey Ftroud skirts right end during the
Thanksgiving: Day game azainst the Vikings ot' thnaha North.
llespite the exeellent teamwork shonn and the :rains mafle, the
valiant liulldoygs were nnahle to sc-ore against the the large
thnaha team and were defeated Iii-0. Bottom left.
l'I.0WlNti THIHDI t-ll Tlllu l.lNli-Jaek M1-t'artney holdly
bores in for a gain against the Curtis Aggies as the other
Platters throw a hloek on the opposing: line. Proving their
skill on the gridiron, the Bulldogs eame 1lll'0lll.2'h lo vanquish
furtis 19-0 during the .Xrlnistire llay tilt. llottonl right.
WE'RE FIGHTING BULLDOGS
Slapping their brand on the Southwest Con-
ference title, the Bulldogs completed their
1941 football season with only one loss,
sustained at the hands of Omaha North
on Thanksgiving Day.
Opening the season, North Platte routed
Oshkosh 26-0 using for the first time the
new T formation as a basic maneuver.
With a ninety-six yard run by Harvey
Stroud, two touchdowns by "Oakie" Young
and one by Rod Elson the Bulldogs won
their first conference game against Cam-
Holding both teams scoreless the valiant
team overcame Kearney 20-0 and the Goth-
enburg Swedes 7-0. In quest of their fifth
straight victory the Bulldogs journeyed to
Lexington where an exciting moment oc-
curred on a fourth down, one yard from
the goal line when Lexington was pen-
alized for sluggingg this resulted in the
ball's being moved to the half-yard line
where it was taken over for our first
touchdown against the Minute Men.
Flattening the Grand Island team 31-6,
the team jumped to second place in the
state rating and at the traditional Armis-
tice Day game with Curtis the Platters
again brought home the bacon to the tune
of 19-0. Playing their last conference
game against Cozad, the Bulldogs cinched
the Southwest Conference title by a win
of 7-0. Suffering their one defeat, they
were beaten by Omaha North 13-0.
BULL DGGS WIN THEIR LETTER
Jl'NIOR ANDERSON, altllollgil seeing: serviee ill llllly two
IHIIIIPS beeause ol' a hrokell hand sustained early ill the season,
played a strong defensin- game against Curtis. stopping: the
Aggies eold. Playing a left taekle position, Junior will prob-
ably see lllllI'll serviee witll the '42 Ilulldogs.
Bill! BEANS. 1'illDl'tllIl ot' the ltlillll. pllt a bloek on the lone
tiotllelllnlrlr Swede which llliltltl possible Harvey Stroud's 17 yard
l'llll for a tonehdown ill the third quarter. Lelldim.: both lll0l"ilI
tlllll pllysleal support to the team for the past three years,
his ZIIISPIIPQ' will Ile sorely felt hy nll next season.
litlli ISULIAIAN. only a sophonuore. has two more seasons in
whieh to develop into a Hltll' varsity player. His lllllll'0YPllII'Ilf
in the latter part ot' the season drew the attention of the
eoaehes as well as tllat of his ft'tllIlllI1llt'N Ililll his defensive
plays as a Ellllfll should prole to he a great asset next year.
lltlli BROOKS played his hest game at lel't taekle against
liftlllll Island llllll on lllIIll0I'0llN oeeasions threw the big "third
eity" hoys t'or substantial losses. Allllllllilll he was not on the
starting: lille-up Ile saw lllllt'll servlee tlllll his ITI pounds were
a llt'll'l'llllllill1.f fat-tor in the ll'llIll'?4 defensive power.
Illil't'l'I t'L.ll'SNI'IN found himself on TIlllllkS2lYlllLI Day against
a big llllll rugged Viking.: lille wllel'e he substituted at left
guard for Lane. With Ilis llt'll'l'Illlll1lflUll llllll size plus lDll'llfy
of llarll wol'k, llllN'll 4-an be experted from llllll next year as
lle plays his last season for North Platte lligh Sehool.
-IEKRY l'L.ll'hSEN sllowed ill the first s.:anle ot' the season,
his first Klllllt' as a varsity player. that he Ilad the potential
allility to someday 1ll'llP his lllllllt' ill the annals with otller
0lllSfZllllIilIlC Bulldog: lillenlell. He is rough llllll lllllItlIlSllQ'il,
hut work alld experienee will lll'l'l'l'0lll0 these defieieneies.
STK! E t'0I.l'l looked his best on Tlltlllktigllillg Day against'
the llllllllfy lllQ'll ot' North. llis size Ililll determillatioll should
plaee Ililll anlonl: the llPllPl' players of Nebraska ill 19-I2 as he
is a junior wllo already has two years of experience ns one ol'
the llllljtll' Bulldog lillt'FIlIl'll rhalked up to his enviable record.
HUD IGLSON sparkled ill the Ilillllllldlllit' gillllt' witll a long:
touehdown run t'rolll the T l'llI'llllflll0Il. tlne of North l'latte's
tll'o "pony" barks, Ile lllade several grains from the T. Ctlllllllll'
from Curtis, this is Kod's first year witll the North Platte
squad, but he held a position on the starting line-up all season.
INVAIN ESSLEY started witll a ham: by throwing.: Seott of
Grand Island for a five yard loss ill the first play of the game
illld eonsistently broke through to spoil tirand Island plays
throughout the game. Taking a lot ot' punishment, he always
l'2llll6 back for lnore.
Ililll lllLM0llI'I. the senior eenter, Il'll0, lllllltbugll he lllildt' no
speetaeular plays, was one ot' the experienced players wllo lent.
eonfidenee to the tealn. On the starting line-up, he SPICIOIII
llllllltx a, bad pass tlllll eould he eounted lllltlfl to effieiently
hloek the opposing grid forces witll his slight 1,15 pounds.
RILEY I-IINYARD eould he depended llpllll to do his best tllld
was bidding stronyxly for a regular position by Thanksgiving:
Day, wllere he saw eonsiderable aetion against Omaha North's
"Little Minnesota". Althoulrh parking little weight, his speed
illlll courage more tllall make up for this lack.
DARRELL Hl'NT, IIRIIIIDPNIP all season by injuries tlllll handi-
eapped by laek of weight, he never gave np alld eould always
find a silver lining.: ill the dark elouds. ll' all the predietiolls
hold llllt, this sophomore is expeeted to make a name for llinl-
self during his junior alld senior years on the squad.
FRANK LANE played his best game against. the rough illlll
tough Lexington Minute Men. Early ill November Ile was at
victim of a long siege of the flll alld never again regained hist
strength, although he was still one of the main players on the
starting line-up and provided keell competition for opponents.
JACK Met'AR'l'Nlf1Y played llalfhaek, fullback, alld end. He
reeeived Ilis lliggesl tllrill XVIIFII he 1-aught a 55 yard pass from
Harvey Stroud and seampered lll'l'0SS the ltoal lille for his
first touehdown, a very speetaeular one, against Grand Island.
Jaek proved to be one of the season's most versatile players.
ALDEN NELSON, not a star ill the eyes of many fans, buh
an important eog ill the 4'lltll'lllll0llSl1lll eomhination whieh would
have bkell felt keenly if it had not been there at all times.
Alden stopped the enemy at llllllly erucial times alld thwarted
touchdowns at critical l.ll0IlII5llfS in several ulajor games.
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U'lf"' N'lH'HI. the T une- of their main formations.
l"00TB.U.I. t'0Al'HI'IS-Keitll "Skip" Neville and Ivan YV. W'il-
son combine their talents in making another great Bulldog'
team. "Skip" Neville, who has been football adviser for many
years, contributes his services to the team because of his love
of the game and his interest in boys.
CARRYING THE BALL-Oliver Barrett streaks past the ten-
yard line to go over for the l'latter's lone touchdown during
the second team game with Stapleton. The game ended in a
'7-6 defeat for the local squad with Ilarrett's score the bright
spot of the game.
KICKING OFF FOR l!I'LLl'l'l'S-Rllssell Morris begins the
defensive play as Harold Goble holds the ball. The picture
ls t'roln the second team game with Stapleton which eul-
minated in the Stapleton team's winning 7-6. Goble later was
advanced to a position as reserve on the varsity.
PLAYING AGAINST STAPLETUN-Oliver Barrett carries the
ball for a short gain. Coming from behind is Harold Beans.
while Jerry 0'Ronrke seems to have fallen to the ground.
With a touchdown by Barrett the second team's only score, the
game ended 7-6 in favor of Stapleton.
MOVING TOWARD THE GOAL IJNIG-Dick Kelly is followed
closely by Arlis Adams. Norman Stearns, Scott Richards, and.
Donald DeLosh throw their all into the freshmen line in an!
effort to thwart the Gothenburg team. Final score: North
Platte 18, Gothenburg 7.
0Yl-IR 1-'0R A T0l't'Illl0WX-Scott Richards, freshman scorer
goes over. Also helping on the offense are Ronald Lewis 725.
Norman Stearns 523, Arlis Adams l5, and Donald DeLosh 10.
With the help of Richards' touchdown. the freshmen conquered
the Gothenburg freshies to the time of 18-7.
VVith a 7-6 loss to Stapleton, the North
Platte reserves opened their 1941 cam-
paign. Playing their second game against
Ogallala the reserves came out winner 6-0.
With a 32-yard run by Masaomi Okamoto
the high point of the game, the Bulldog
seconds were 'defeated by Gothenburg 14-0.
North Platte's only score against Stapleton
was made on a short pass from Russell
Morris to Oliver Barrett but it was not
enough to beat Stapleton who won their
second game 7-6. Reserves coached by
Beginning their football careers under
the coaching of Kenneth Young the fresh-
men football squad played a schedule of 4
games. Highlighting the freshmen season
was their game with Lexington which they
won 7-6. Dick Kelly, the frosh Irishman,
made three-fourths of the yardage While
Ron Lewis carried the oval over for the
score. With Gothenburg as their opponent
for two games, the freshies won the first
7-6 and lost the second 6-2.
VARSITY WINS ON THE MAPLES
NIXXNIC Sl-II-Itilili. ont- ul' ilu- nlllllllll high N4-0:1-l's. tlll'I'I' I-'I-llHil'htlN, we-niur 4-1-nt:-r. 4-zlplalim-tl tht- lhllltltlus
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1-htm .X tli-trit-t ltlllI'llillllk'llI hi-re-. Thi- I'l:ttt1-r- in-all :ante-xl by ,hum-Q Kirknmn ol' tht- llalily 'l'i-lm-grrnplt us tht- In-st
Jlrlkmk S55-S11 eawlier in tht- st-at-un. th-l'i-n-ixv num un the squad. Also wt-ontl high e-.t-on-r.
llllll .IUNI-IS, an-him' right gllzlrtl, stalrln-tl thu- first lull gztnlt-s
-IOIIN Stlll'IlIl'l'. ::uxilA 4-mlvlu. mum- to North I'l:ttu- at rvgulnr lmsitinn hut uns 11-plan:-1-al hy .lurk Nh-t'urtm-y. lluh
lust full from Arrilm, tolnrzulu. Ili- was zu lmskvl- then fills-:I Dull- t'ushing"- plum-. Plant-tl hi- tim-st galnu- :against
hzlll vt-ntt-l' ill rulh-uv for lilllll' yvurs :xml luluyt-tl ull t'l't-tt-. at-tu'ill1: l'! points. Nut Zlll 0fl't-llsixv plzlyt-r, Huh wal-
stutt- 1-lltl fur South llalkntzl Nurlnzll. Slrivt :lx tu :llwzus in tht-l'v on tht- th-ft-nxt-.
tralinimg, lu- turn:-al out an tulll'n:um-Ill nil
-l.N'K XI4-t'.XK'l'Nl'1Y. riuht ulmnl. mutt-nl up nfl:-I' thu- firxt
Intl ganm-s to tukn- al rs-gulau' po-itiun on tht- squutl. A goml
l'a-lmltmlu-1' uhu kt-lit thu- lNl4'lit'l flu-slr, -lurk zwiln-tl ll points
axuztinst iizullztla-. illllj at Nnplmlnnrt-. ht- is 1-xllo-1-tn-tl In ht- mn-
ol tht- ln-sl ull:-ll-.nv plzlpn-rs nt-'tt Qt'3ll'.
WAYNE xl-Ilflhlili 1-1-rt-in-tl honoratlult- ms-ntiun on thx- World
llfrathl Imslwtlmll tt-ann. Small, nuzuw-ssiu-. :xml vm-ry I-l'l'n-1-lixv
nu al l'alst-ln't-uk. ht- was llzllltlit-zlllpt-ll on ri-lmunlling: lll'1'2lllSt' nf
his hlllilllllt-'Nh. Haunt- ping:-tl his. ln-sl mum- lltn-in: tht- slutt-
tuurmume-nt :against tlnmlm South. 'l'hirtl high liulhlug M-nrt-r.
IIAICYICY S'I'K0l'lD, sfllltll' h-lt l'0l'nall'tl, uns tht- higllt-at st-url-r
un tht- ivzlln. Ntzlntling G l'l. 'I in., "Ilzlrv" was Zl 7:0011
ol'l't-nsixv mzln nltlmugll not utltsiztmlillg' on llt'l'l'IlHt'. llt- play:-tl
his rim-st gznnn- ilurinu, tht- tilt with liz-arm-y when ht- wort-tl
I9 point-. Thi- is llm'u-yk third 54-au' nn tha- vars-ity.
YXKSITY SILKliI'5H00'l'lilii-IA-fl ln right: Ili!-k 'l'ul'kt-l',
lhlrul,l tiuhh-, Nnyllt- Se-Q-gt-l'. Kilt-5 llouztril. -lan-k NIt'K'all'tllt-J.
1'ht-t lf:-l':.:llaoll. kllNht'll ilnrris. Boll -lout-x. Bob St-mt, and
Harte-5 Ntruuul. lltuiug mzuh- umm t'llilll2l-'S in the- squzul,
1'u:l4'l1 hull:-itlt wit-vt:-ll Ihix tt-:llll to uin thu- ttllllwlzullt-Ill.
II.Xlitll,Il l-tlIiI.I'L lnou-it up from tht- junior varsity to :l Rl'SSI'II.I. NIOIHRIS. I'l 1-nr right gunrel, is tnll. Ivan. and Il
position :ls t'ilst n-sn-rlv I1-l't l'llI'U'Zll'lI. llurnlll is n flillll nirl- re-lnuunh-r. Vs-ry l'lIL2Zt'll on rlrte-llsm-, "Rusty" llals al tricky
rn-holunlt-r as he sllolrvll in tht- :aunt-s ilggaliust t'rl-tv :lull Curtis. 0Ilt'-Ilillltl shot that is n good nssn-t to the tl-:un's shooting
Nith llltII'I' pl':u'til'f on ll:-fn-llsr he rlltllllll pruvt- to lu- out- ul' zlhility. It' his shonill: ill the Curtis uuun- lll1'1llI illlyllllllil,
tht- In-ttcr liulhlog playa-rs during HHH. he- should l't'1lIIQ ln- going good na-xl yt-an
KILILY IIOWAIKIP, rt-sa-rlv 1-4-nt:-r. could Q-Ifirirutly talks- 0l't'l' ININ IttlSl'INll.IlII. plzlyrd on tht- illniol' lzlrsity until tourna-
nny position. Ibn-vm-lop:-cl into an Lrood 1Ict'l-nsixv plant-r towards nu-nl lllllt' lrhl-n ln- llIllll'll to l't'llI1l4't' Iioh Scott as l'l-sn-me
thu- Q-ntl ot' tht- st-ason. In tht- annu- nith Sli-Vook ln- sllown-al left gunrll. "Rosie" plays-rl n nire- Qilllll' :against lllllilllil South
his zlhility :ls u ls-hollulln-r illlll lwnr pzlssl-r to tlll- he-st Illltilll- wlln-l'v his sprawl :lull l'll:LLZt'lI zl21:l'1'sslulless t'0lIlllt'tI for rsilluv-
tags-. Ilis u-rszltility llllllxvk hiln outstnuuling. thing. thu- ot' tha- hllIklIIt'l' sophouunts
IDIt'Ii 'I'l't'KI'2R, l'l'Nt'I'lt' right forlvnrll. is sln.lll lull has plenty
ot' sp:-ed und is al mood passer. "Turk" play:-ll his host :nine
agninst FIIIIIDIIIU. ,Ilthough he :Iiil not un-t to svn- much service
this yl-:lr he lllls an good 1'lI2llll'F of 1-npturing n starting posi-
tion his juuiol' null sl-nior yslrs.
Commencing the North Platte varsity
schedule the Bulldogs dropped a hotly con-
tested decision to the Scottsbluff Bearcats
235-33 on the home floor. Having several
games under their belts, the Blutfsmen
were able to withstand a last minute rally
by the Platters. Next followed rapid wins
over Sidney, Cozad, McCook, and Lexing-
ton in which the Bulldogs displayed the
speed and crushing power which were to
bring them the district championship. Un-
der the able coaching of John Scheidt,
the locals scored an average of 38 points
per game and were rapidly winning state
Paced by Shipman and Korte, Fairbury
blasted North Platte's winning streak as
the two paced the "-Ieff's', to a 44-29 win
over the home team. During a period of
internal disagreement North Platte lost
heavily to the weaker teams of this area,
Ogallala, Curtis, and Kearney.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
IDATIC 0l'l'0NI'lNT St'0Rl'I I'IAYI-Ill .XT
Ilt't't-'llIlH'l' I8 Svotlshluft' 131 N. I'. Jill North I'l:nttl-
Zh-cf-lllllt-l' I!! Sinhn-y '38 N. I'. 228 Nortll I'lzlttv
vI.llllItlI'X li fnzzul 'BU N. I'. 217 fozzul
-I'llllIZll'X Sl N1-took Ill N. I'. S55 North l'lutto
vldllllllj' IU I.:-xinuton Ill N. I'. Ill North I'Intta-
flillllllll 'til lfnirhurp II N. I'. '35 x0I'lll Platte
flillllllll '57 tbg-lllathl JLG N. I'. 'IN tlmlllallzl
.Iannuy itll turtis 2513 N. I'. 'Cl lllII'lI5
Jones and Stroud led a successful attack
upon the Cardinals from Crete, which,
when the bell rang, spelled victory for the
Platter squad. Jones was the individual
star of the game, scoring six buckets, all
beautiful shots from far out. On February
13, North Platte soundly 'thrashed Hold-
rege by the score of 35-313 this time led
by captain Chet Ferguson, who scored
13 points in downing the Dusters. Stroud
was next with 8.
Gothenburg and Hastings fell next as
the Bulldogs completed 'their 1942 basket-
ball season. Jack McCartney played a
bang up game against the Tigermen.
W'ith tension running high for the class
A tournament, the Bulldogs shot their way
to victory by defeating Kearney 41-25,
Alliance 31-29, and McCook 49-29.
The squad then went to the state 'tour-
nament only to be defeated 38-26 by
Clmaha South, their first opponent.
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
IlA'I'I-I 0l'I'tlNI-INT Sl'0Itl'1 I'I,AX'I'2ll AT
Fehrunrl Il fretn- IH N. I'. IL!! North I'l:lttt-
l"t'llI'lIill',Y ti lil'ilI'Ill'Q' I I N. I'. Iii: KPill'IIPQ'
l"t'lPI'llIll'j III lloltlrt-ue Ill N. I'. 21.1 Ilolqlrn-uv
Ivhrunry I7 4-otln-uhurg' 'Iii N. I'. IT North I'l:ltt1-
Ifl-hrunry '50 Hastings '31 N. I'. IV: North I'I:lttn-
Nlzlrrh I Kt'2ll'lll', '35 N. I'. Il North Platt'-
.llurvh 5 .XIIIZIIIPP 'HD N. I'. JSI North Platt:-
Murl-h ti Mr-t'ook I9 N. I'. 'CSI North Platt:-
3l2lI'l'Il I? thllnlnl South 258 N. I'. '56 Lincoln
SHCJOT THAT BASKET
With smashing victories over five of their opponents
the North Platte junior varsity more than held their
own in the 1941 season. W'ith a chance to be advanced
to the varsity if an opening occurs, competition among
the Jayvees is very keen. The second team was coached
by Kenneth Young, new faculty member from Overton.
WAITING T0 REBOFNID-Dale Pushing.
Wayne Seeger. and Harxey Stroud of
North Platte score t'or varsity. Henderson
ot' Scottsbluff iss the boy in the air.
Playing the first game of thc '12 season,
the Bulldogs were defeated 155-33 by the
experienced Scottsbluff invaders.
SCORING 'l'W'0-'I'w1-Ive points were llliltlt'
during the Bulldog gann- with Sidney. by
"Thin Klan" Harvey Stroud, high point
man. tlther North Platte players in the
picture are Chet Ferguson and Dale Cush-
ing. then captain. Fighting furiously.
the Platters came out victorious 158-28.
to chalk up their first win.
Tll'l'lNti flllfl ISALL-Chet Ferguson. at
right ot' center picture. and Lawrence of
Alliance begin another quarter ot' the
North l'lattc-Alliance conference game
which the Bulldogs won '39-Jil. Wayne
Seeger. number 28, moved in to get the
tip which resulted in another fo the 251
points made by North Platte.
FORWARD WYAYNE Sl'Il'2GEK-His try
for two points against the Minutemen of
Lexington is successful. Roh -lones. num-
ber 523, is shown waiting for the rebound
in a fast moving victory t'or the local
squad I9-Jil. Stroud's seven field goals
and one free throw made him high score
man of the Lexington game.
FINtil'IR'I'll' Rl+It'l'Ll"l'l0N-Just after
Stroud gets the ball. Nl'-Collongh of AI-
liance snatches it from him. Wayne
Seeger moves in toward the bucket as the
victorious Bulldogs compile their 211 points
against the 29 made by the speedy Al-
liance team in the second game ot' the
Class A tournament.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
IIATK tll'I'tINl'lN'I'N Sflllili
December I8 Tryon 'Cl N. l'. IU
December I9 St. I'at's Ui N- l'- 'fl
January ti fitblilll Jil N. l'. ll
January lti Lexington 'll N. l'. Sl
January 'IIS Hi-Y A513 X. l'. ZH
January 737 tlgallala '25 N. I'. 'Hi
February Z! Platte Valley 559 V4 '38
February 750 Hi-X '28 5. l'- '50
Jan ua ry
lfehr ua ry
Playing a total of eight games, the fresh-
man basketball squad skidded through
with four wins and four losses. Under the
coaching of Ivan W. Wilson, the boys
learned the fundamentals of competitive
basketball and are in line for varsity posi-
tions. High point men on the team were
Virgil Aclle and George Bostwick who 'did
much in the way of bringing victory to
the North Platte squad.
'l'l'IN'l'A'l'lYl'I NHFUXD TEAM SQl'.XD-
So they appeared in mid-season. In the
hark ron are Dean Marshall, Paul Blar-
zolf. Bill W'oodhurst, Neil Exstrom. Marioni
Nilierton, and .Xl llruhy. In the first
row are Masaomi Okomoto, Hugh Bailey,
Harold Goble, Earl Peters. Don Rosen-
dahl, Glenn Michener, and James Baker.
GOISLE ClHll'l,ETl'IS SHUT-This is the
junior-varsity game with the Lexington
seeunds whieh ended in a 5-1-IT walkaway
for the loeals. Don Rosendahl moves ill
for a rn-hound while James Baker is shift-
ing: hai-k on the defense. Russell Morris
and Paul Marzolf led the scoring for the
I-'KICSIUIAN l'L.XYl'IR-George llostwivk,
wearing number 28, watrhes the hoop as
Virgil Adle, to his right, ehalks up an-
other two points against the freshmen
Iron: Mvfook. In the first game of their
high sehool haskethall 4-areers, the Bull-
dog freslnm-n were beaten hy the Mel'ook
TllK0l'tiIl Till-I HUUI'-'l'Iue hall shot by
"Rusty" Morris slips through in the see-
oml ti-am game with Tryon. flosingg in,
in order to follow up on "Rusty's" has-
itet. .Ire junior varsity players Diek Tucker
I-lufene Clark. and Harold Goble. Tryon
outshot the locals to win 2-1-19.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
lhl'l'0Nl'IN'I' SCORE l'LAYI'ID .XT
NI:-l'ook Il N. l'. 9 North Platte
ilnxuell 18 N, I'. 'Il North Platte
Sl. Pats 131 N. P. 16 North Platte
Nl. l'at'- 17 N, I'. "5 North Platte
Kearney '30 N. l'. 1'5 Kearney
fllrtis 'Il N. I'. ll Curtis
llill s I0 N. P. I2 North Platte
I'I'TTING TIIIG SHUT-AI the Gotlwnlmrg n-lays is XorIh
II II :JI Il II I II II I I III I L.
II I I I' I II I I t I I I I I
I I I I I I I 1 I ll I tl I II
I g I
Nl XIINIINI 'IIII' DI 'l'l'S-Ilwuil If I I I I It Ille III' IRISH THE CRUSS BAR,--AI five' few fiv intl ' D n
I II I I . AIIII 1--'I 1 t 1I g., I I tl nhurg. II II soplxomore high jllllIlIPI', at the Goths-nb g lp D n
If I ll I I 'l II , I I I II WI Cook hy 1 If I but failed I0 Have at the Gothenburg ni I I I I KI Ih
II 1. Il I fn' il III I l0l I I This is lx Il I II funk I1 I I plan-9 'ith al jump of f I I n
If I I II - I I I II lluul I I tw Nlvfook and Yu tl II tt
CINDER ARTISTS WIN LAURELS
The North Platte track and field team, led
by captain Blaine "Oakie" Young, ot off
to a flying start by defeating the Gothen-
burg Swedes in a meet held on the local
The Bulldogs were an impressive outfit
as they took the initial fracas by a score
of 78-39. Harvey "Thin Man" Stroud was
high man of the meet, gathering in five
firsts, and making an especially good
mark in the 100-yard dash with a time of
0:9 9-10. Captain "Oakie" Young and
Jack McCartney also showed up well in
the dashes placing second and third re-
The Platters next played host to the
Bisons from McCook with equally suc-
cessful results. They took the meet by a
score of 94.5 to 53.5. Jack McCartney,
sophomore flash, this time paced the Bull-
dogs efforts with victories in the dashes
and broad jump. The McCook meet feat-
ured a brilliant exhibition of running in
the 440 yard dash when Stroud, hard
pressed by Young, broke the North Platte
track record fofr the quarter-mile. The
McCook meet also brought to light two
boys heretofore unnoticed. Don Wright, a
high-jumper, and Jerry Ellingson, miler,
showed Iine possibilities of developing into
The Gothenburg relays proved to be a
serious disappointment to the over-confi-
dent tracksters from North Platte. They
fell in a surprising defeat administered by
the Lexington Minutemen. Although the
Bulldogs took first in the 440, 880, and
mile relays and second in the shuttle, the
final score sheet found them exactly 4.75
points lacking a victory. Jack McCartney
was the only Platter to take a first during
the contest and he brought home a leap of
10:10.5 feet in the broad jump.
France, of Lexington, was the individual
star of the meet breaking the javelin
record with a cast of 177 feet. He also
placed high in the shot and discus throws.
North Platte fans were sadly disappointed
when Bob Beans, husky football captain,
failed to qualify for any of the field
Hoping to avenge the 'defeat at the
hands of the Lexington Minutemen, the
Bulldogs went to the Kearney Invitational
but again met defeat, and again to the foe
who had whipped them previously at
Gothenburg. The Minutemen from Lexing-
ton were proving to be quite a thorn in
the side of the Platters who were picked
to win the state championship this year.
l I I' Q III -1- an 'it' ' Ynllng
ie 1 mil " . Taking:
mint i .' North Platt:-
imf. 1 x ' ' '. z -'in eu-nt
hilt it l othen r n
Despite some brilliant performing by
Pulldogs Jack 1lcCa1tney Harvey Stroud
and Oakie Young, Worth Platte dropped
the Kearney meet by a score of 37.33 to
.33 Gland Island placed third with a
stole of 28 points
McCartney, a sophomore, broad-jumped
taithei than anv Noith Platte athlete had
ey er iumped to vvin that event. His best
inaik was 22 105 feet but he scratched
on it thus discounting the etiort. How-
ver his iump of 22 feet made previously
si as the best of the day
Captain Oakie' Voung won the halt'
IU IW NTRUI ID lm s s 4- -yur: lim hur-
ts mutt an ui num- le-l't. :tml to his riuht
1 I 1 i 4 . I -- rumu-rs. S rnull also
in s i nt s :. S - N't'llIltIh during
it ht uhm nth ' th .ll ni e
SLII' 'I'III'l S'l'Il'K-Hon I"r3a- Imluls tht- Inltnn to -lzlmi-s Iizlkx-r
us ht- finishes his lIlllII'Il'I mils- ol' tht- mile- rn-lin :it the- tinth-
t-nhurgr Ita-lays. The four quart:-r mile- hips wi-rr run hy lfryt-.
link:-r, "0zzkie" Young. :mil Ilairn-5' Struuil. The North Platte
tcaun plzwt-tl first in the IIIIIIJ ut Gothenburg.
mile, making the best time of his '42
career in 21038, but fell 2,-10 of a second
short of the record set previously in 1925.
Harvey Stroud, although hampered by
a strong head wind, broke the Class A
quarter mile running the 440 in 0252.4 sec-
nods. This bettered the old mark of 52.8
made by Dunlap of Lexington in 1938.
Don Frye took third in the quarter mile
and the 880 relay team of Baker, McCart-
ney, Young, and Stroud took a first. Sny-
der running the mile for the first time in
his life, came in second behind Lake of
I.I'1.XIlIXti 'I'IIl-. l'.xf4K1lIllI'lI'j' Strnuzl stre-ta-In-s out in tht- lust,
llll yards ol' tht- H0-pzilnl I'l'Iily. -lurk Nlrfurtin-3. IMI- tain
lluskirk, :mtl "linkin-" Yann: won- thi- North I'laitt4- 1-inilrr nn-ri
who plan-ed first in the- H0 yard rt-lay tlurim: tht- trzu-k met-t
held :lt lintht-nhurg.
HOItIZOX'l'Al.l.Y Sl'Sl'ENIDED-XVayne Seeger goerl
over the 1-ross har in the pole vault at an height. of
,ten feet during traek praetiee early in the season.
Although Seeger was a track star last year, he did
not compete in il single track meet during the 1942
season and was out for track only a few weeks.
UYER THE BAR--Don WVriglit ties Eugene Kelly
from Mffook for first plaee on the high jump at
the North Platte-McCook dual meet. Don't highest
jninp was five feet seven inches during the McCook
ineet. A tall sophomore, Don is expeeted to develop
into an aee high jumper by next year.
I'l.At'lNG SI'Il'0ND-ln the broad jump, .laek Me-
Cartney elear I9 feet during the tiothenllurg-North
Platte meet. Jack won first plaee in the broad
jump during :he Kearney College Invitational Meet
with a jump of 22 feet. Harvey Stroud was the
North Platte mall who eavne in first in the Gothen-
burg meet in the broad jump.
YYINNING FIRST I'LAl'l'IS-ln the 100-yard dash
are Harvey Stroud, first: Jaek Mefartney, seeondg
and Blaine Young, third. These three are taking the
first three plaees in the Gothenburg-North Platte
dual meet. Stroud held top honors as the speediest
einder man no the Bulldog squad.
The Bulldogs will enter the annual
Hastings Invitational held May 2,
1942 at Hastings. Coach Wilson
expects to take "Oakie" Young,
Harvey Stroud, Jack McCartney,
and James Baker. These four, be-
sides competing in individual events
will get their first big test running
in the 880 yard relay. The Platters
are expecting really tough com-
petition in this annual affair as over
200 invitations have been mailed to
surrounding schools in Nebraska.
Top favorite to take the meet is
Lincoln Central, boasting such stars
as Fred Birkman, Jake Jacobs and
Mac McWilliams. Birkman is one
of the state's top quarter milers,
so far this year having the best
time of any person in the state. He
posted :52 flat for a dual meet in
eastern Nebraska. However North
Platte's harvey Stroud will be the
meets favorite to take that event
although his best time in the quar-
ter has been so far this year :52.4
Another thrilling dual will take
place when McWilliams, chocolate
boy from Lincoln, tangles With
Blaine Young in the half mile event.
Again a North Platte man will be
HH? 'I'li.NK NQl'Kll-Iizlvli run' ll-ft tn right: filfillll Too-
gnoll. .Ulu-rt lloulinuvr. Ilonnlil I.:-ui'-. fonnn falstlr. hon
Uhering, lilninn- Young, Hnru-5 Strnnzl. Kllssl-'ll Morris, I-,nan-ne
l'l:u'k. John .NI4-Me-4-kiln, Wullzlrn- .li-vm-n, Miki- Yan'i1-link. Gary
,xll'hNl'l'2llll. livlllllf' llo-twirk, IA-ster HQIEIIIII, rozwll Iuln Wilsnll.
and vom-li John N-lwillt. 'Third ron: .lov lirntt. Neil lixstroin,
linln-rt NIU:-r. llonnlll lli'l,nsll. t'h:irln-s 'l'nog'ooll, Ili-rtlnl xvill-
5:4-tt, John hltinlnlr, l'Jns.11-m- Kar'-te-li. Khiylw fool. llzlrion Wil-
lerton. Don Wright. ,In-rrp i'l:un--1-n, Din-k 'l'nekrr. .lurk BIvl':n't-
no-y, lfl'lll'l' l'lzulss1-n. hh-xr Cole. Allan-rt Taylor, llivk Rowe,
Lei- Tnssing, Yzll l'nynn-. llnrold Weaxu-r. Ilnn Sanford, :intl
1-oaxcli Kenna-th Young. Sn-eoml row: L4-on While, Dale Flood,
favored mainly because Stroud and Young
are regarded as the best in their respec-
Jack McCartney is expected to continue
his winning streak and bring home the
bacon in his specialty, the broad jump.
He is ranked as one of the 'top notch broad
jumpers in the state, and is expected to
better the state record come April 2. Bak-
er, McCz1rtney, Young, and Stroud will
PASSING 'l'lll'l Il.YI'0N-"0:llxi1-" Nunn: url- lln- -tick in the
lniln- relay front -lznnvs link:-r. 'I'In- unili- te-ann. rolnposn-il ot'
Xonngr. linker, Ilon lfrpn-, :intl llnrxey htrouul non tirst plum-
zlt liothenlxurg nn-et in 3:25155 with Kl'1lI'Ill'Q', sei-ond place win-
ner, alt. least 100 yards ln-hinll.
Xltlwlllllli Okaunoto. Don Xl:-lin-nnp, llnln xnn linskirk. llnn lfrpo-.
Dirk Kelly, Jerry I'lIlin:.gson, Evolt Iii4'll:ll'1ls, .KI IIPIIIIX, t'lll'lis
Wilson, -Innn-s linker, lloln 'l'r.-lnhlp, llonnhl Apnrs. linh linnnlle-.
Dean Mnrslnill, lmrrell llnnt, .Ulu-rt Riu-tz, lion l1'rn-all-l'iey. znlil
Riley Hownril. lrront row: lmrrell Perkins, lioh Allznns, llonanlil
lh-tz. Delniond Phillips, -lnnior 5llN'0IIlIll'l'. Marvin Riu-liaiwl:-,
Lowell Ilonser. Ln-Roy You-. Olin-r llzirri-tt, -In-rry l'ulhoun.
lili-nn Young, l.1-roy:-v White, Ih-:in llzllu-rson. North Ning.
Mere-ll N1-th, Doyle Kim-uiul, Nlnrxin lfrnnklin. Fen-il Larson,
lintlnly lh-tl. :und llairolcl Snyder us they :lppvzln-al all the start
ot' the trvalk season.
combine their efforts to compete in 'the
half-mile relayg but Lincoln is favored to
to take this affair mainly because they did
last year in the state meet.
May 8 the Bulldogs will move to Cozad
to defend their Southwest Conference title
and on May 15 the annual state meet will
attract almost every school in Nebraska to
ISIRIQXKINQE Tllli lH'1l'0Kll-Ilzll'u-3 SIFUIIII uins the lI0-yzlrll
tlzlsh in 0155! sm-oxnls Hut. "linkin-" Young is coming in to
luke- sn-1-onll plum- during tho- Sli-t'ook-North l'l:nttn- ilnzil inn-4-t.
Stroud also won the I00-yzlrnl llzish nnml high hurdl--s, annul has
anchor lllllll on the 880 relay.
IIXIHNET i'0Nl'l'1Kl'1Xl'l"1-l'l'csicIvi1t xlllXlll1' Stutl l lllfl'lNlll1'l'S au new uh-:1 tor lnlnrv 1-. .L .L inn in hel lrlllIIl9t
nmllc- up nl hu-Iyn Lung, sports lvaule-r, llornll ' l'n-tl-rsnn, linking 1'llilll'lIlilll, lie-ttc Don-like, pianist, Younis- Gilmore,
lrnwlim.: rl ' mn. lie-tty Mc-Knin, sm-iall clmirnmn. Phyllis Waulu. ilshlhlillll sports lender, lietty lhhlzren, vi4-r-presi-
dent, h e Rirlmnls. sex-i'etzu'y. B1-He Adzuns. publicity l'lllilI'lllillI, LuYon Kronquest, trvzlsul , and Miss Ruth
Amlresrn, 10 sur, at one of the fifth period meetings.
G. A. A. HELPS GROWING GIRL
G. A. A. gives North Platte high school's
athletic minded girls a chance to satisfy
their love of sports and good times by
offering various types of sports.
Every VVednesday night the gym echoed
with shouts and cheers as the battling bas-
ketball or volley teams waged close com-
bats. Other games the girls played were
shuffleboard, ping pong, and tennis.
The Victors in the volley ball tourna-
ments held were the juniors, captained by
Betty Adams. The freshmen won over the
upper classes under Dona Heinzel's leader-
ship in the basketball tournament.
G. A. A. letters and awards were given
to girls who earned enough units. Units
were earned during the year by filling out
unorganized sheets and health charts. Each
girl turned in her health chart every week
and her unorganized sports sheet once
every six weeks.
Organized units were earned by coming
out for some game on Wednesday.
Bowling also ranked high as an outside
school sport. Betty Bowker was bowling
chairman for the last semester. Betty led
in scoring points although she is a beginner.
A pot luck supper was given at the close
of the G. A. A. membership drive by the
losing team led by Betty McKain in honor
of Evelyn Long's winning team.
G. A. A. play day was held in the gym
wtih G. A. A. girls from McCook, Suther-
land, and Ogallala joining in the fun.
Games, skits, square dancing, and food
furnished the traditional good time.
A Christmas party entertained the girls
in December. Skits were presented and
Christmas carols were sung afterwards.
The cabinet met fifth period every Tues-
day and planned new entertainment to
interest the members and bring more girls
out for after school sports.
Maxine Stutheit was elected president
with the following cabinet assisting her:
Betty Dahlgren, vice-presidentg Gwen Rich-
ards, secretaryg LaVon Kronquest, treas-
urerg Evelyn Long, sports leaderg Dorothy
Peterson, hiking chairmang Bette Doebke,
pianistg Betty Bowker, bowling chairmang
Betty McKain, social chairmang Phyllis
VVada, assistant sports leaderg and Bette
Adams, publicity chairman.
The cabinet often went bicycle riding.
WHEN OX 'l'lll'i lNl'l"l'l'1ll l.lNl'1-l'l1-si-
:ln-nt Nlnxinn- Stnlln-it pins zu nlenilwr-
ship lmllgl- on new llll'IlllN-'l', Nlzlrjnrir
link:-r. whiln- t'lnn'Iotu- Gross signs he-r
nnnn- in the- li. .L .L nn-mln-rship hunk
:und tilmlys t'ln'istnn-r patiently nwnits
hvr turn to jnin the- vlnh all thu- l'nrln:ll
initiutinn he-ld elnring tln- first ss-nwste-r.
Nlll l"Fl.lYt- .Xl.llNtl-.K clnsx- rnntt-st
is hvlll hy lh-tty llnhlgre-n :intl ll.n-ln-nv
-Inna-sotskp, playing slnlttI4-llnalnl ln the-
uirls gym rnnnl. Nllul't'I4'lmzlr1l. lmskvl-
hnll. xnllvp hull. :Incl tlnncing :Irv al
ll-xx nt' the' nt'tvr srhnnl :lrtixitivs nt'-
l'c'r4'll tn ti. .L .L nn-lnlwrs. t'nlnpn-ti-
tion wus km-n in nmst sports.
Outstanding freshman girls in volley ball
were Shirley Marshall, Shirlimae Vernon,
Arlene Heinzel and Marjorie Baker.
Since the opening of the Legion Hall
skating rink, many girls have welcomed
roller skating as an unorganized sport.
The Youth Cabin was the scene of many
good times. Mixers and outings were fre-
quently held which proved to be enjoyable
to everyone who attended. To show their
gratitude for the use of the cabin, the club
donated five dollars to the fund.
Miss Ruth Andresen and Miss Margaret.
O'Rourke serve as sponsors. Miss Alma
VVittenberger was a former sponsor.
The seven songs chosen by the girls as
representative of G. A. A. are: "The
Thousand Legged VVo1'm", "Hike, Hike,
Hike", "Let Me Call You Lizzie", HG. A.
A. Life", "For She Joined G. A. A.", "The
More 'We Get Together", "Weency, Ween-
cy, W'eency Spider", and "S-m-i-1-e".
At this time, G. A. A. is 'doing an impor-
tant job, that of building sound minds and
Good sportsmanship and the ability to
mix with other girls are two other main
results derived from the organization.
The club was started in North Platte in
1923 and has grown from year to year.
New sports have added more appeal to its
G. A. A. has become more and more
prominent in school affairs each year.
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