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

 - Class of 1959

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L. E ig, 5, - HRU E 0 -LI 9 HV D9'pHTMF'RU'F' EHHRLUWIEU NN E EEQENUA we 39 EN SEN fV0f?7!-I !V0,Q 7069 ,gf 'DLA77' U! f0LA77-iflffvf 56,4065 H 9 CRANK 'ER uP, BARB!-Senlcrs Mary Ann Romans chuck Morfon on Pierson wwe ewan and Ba 5 e school To have G few laughs, . I2 .. . . ' T 32 4, . ee . ee ee . . . 52 . T e 56 e e TABLE OF Sensors Juniors Sopnornores Admunusnaflon Faculfy CONTENTS Acflvnues Queens Sporfs Musrc Index 2 Edihng a yearbook has always reminded me ol conslruchng a wall Being careful and accur ale make for a be++er wall The same is Jrrue ol a yearbook The maferials lor +he wall muslr be of 'rhe linesl gualily and be pu'r in one and only one cerlain posihon So musl a yearbook mee? lhese reguiremenls The builders ol Jrhe wall and lhose who work on fhe slall musl be willing lo give lheir lime ellorl and much valued cooperahon Each seclion of lhe wall belongs in one par licular place none olher ll is imporfanf and mus'r serve Hrs purpose well for years +o come So musl lhis yearbook If in some small way lhis Round Up brings back some of Jrhe memories of lhe school year l958 59 my wall will be complefe and my goal as edilor of 'rhis book has been a successll We hope lhal lhe many hours spenf on lhis book may in Jrurn bring back hours and hours of enloymenf ol lhe memories when you were a sludenl ol Norfh Plalle High School QM! QMZQ in pulling lorlh Jrhe finished producl. Z COME ON, STAN-Cayfon Cooper, Vera June DaIe and CLASS PARTIES, POTLUCKS Wirh Ihe dIsIrIbuhng of The '59 Round-Up, arofher year oI Ichyify a+ NorIh PIa+Ie High School has ended. Sepfernber 2, rhe opening day of schooI, showed 836 sfudenfs enroIIIng In cIasses. The IirsI garne oI an unsucessful IooIbaII season cave on Sepfernber I2 when The Buhdogs payed hos+ Io Ihe Kearney Bearcat. Qcrober was a busy rnorrh as 'ee 'unior ang 5en7or gasses heId IheIr IIrsI cvass caries aIorg WH? a poIIucIc sapoer by Ihe pep cIub, fhe Y-Teers ge+ acouaihfed parry and 'he IInaI Ioerr baII garne againsr Sidhey. Karen Kasha wafch S'an Schrag arfach hs baIIoon ankle for The baIIcon darce ar Ihe sener c'ass pariy. Io hus " in HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE LIKE THIS ALL THE TIME?-Donna Thayer, Donna Baker and Eaine Evans dressed as hobces, enjoy Ihe Iced af a pep cI-b poIIucIc dirner. CAN YOU TELL WHO THEY ARE?--E11 fc 'cd b:,s frcrn Ire audence af a Nafcra' Schcc' Piiernby Erzgrarr arf evcrIy rhade ap by Ihe vfsFIIng wake ap a "LI, The IournaI's's Irafeed Io Lexrgron ours Coober for a press cI'r7c and 5e.eraI Y-Teerr 'Ierded Ihe corlerehce A' Grant Se.feraI jcrcrz arg sencre 'C P' one Scheer- 155 Qcahfrc Tesr are rrar, ears were ,-4 fn -' f. I -JM . -S f.-A I A E9 oecera g oar or e a sa. C, ay parade. The Sider' C3,'Z-I bre:er'e, A aiiearb. n rhaf oar are 're Cefor Da. has :hrra-e r che half of ine Grand Isene-Werrh Pane Q ' If f +' 1 ee f Q fe me Wm' Wwe Nor mme "rr were ee HOMECOMING ROYALTY-Ja-af swefaaff CJ557 Srrey S,'he'a'd sealer guecr Joyce Nor'- rzsse and CCCLTWTVE' averdar' 5I'Ie Gerhmer are reeaxr-'I 1' haf-'we cf 'Fe herneczrhrz iarre b :J g around The rra:I In a c ' "c . cz b, Gary Bxger 4 HIGHLIGHT STUDENT FUN The Tas+ day in Ociobef showed +he em of ihe Tirsi Term. During The hrsf of November, The ,xpper omeffoudh I lhe senior dass Took The Nebraska Regewls Exam and O. I 4 " ' . ' ,. A LL 4 + ' ' T S-6.6 F653 ,ff se-vera' oemahsfs fravehed +0 Lwcoh if . e p 9413 cofverhoh where Five smdems placed S' +he coh+es+s. Ncfember was ako 'he meffh Tor COW+, Gofemmem Day and +he vocahchef conferences, whde severe! mem- bers of The vocaT deparfmehf +raveTed +0 Grard lslavd for The sfafe music chmc. Dum YOU BELIEVE , 'man C ref' - , . T . , . 'Pd Min: fm JU' 2' Clegg COULD Do IT? THATS WHAT YOU GET!--Kavv Rwchardseh, Vera June Da!e, Lmda Daw 'S Q5 Lb 5POhs5rV M 'X y ' er-aVes far hd heeding Y' MCD 51' We fupsmss ,her " C 533 Chishahsch ard Seve T-4cs5c'd pa me p, ,, T, The Taf-'s cf TWQRP week du"'g 'he ahmaf TWIRP assembly. HOW DID YOU GET IN?--U1 we 3' ' asli sefc' 'Sa-, e Bfafgi' hz.-. ve Q? 5 E a D K Q S Q :a'?A,. Def fc he-h"d Gem afe len. :' a' La". : a, 11 . -,,- Sma -4-:ffm STUDENTS LOOK FORWARD TO TWIRP WEEK if lelricj Penny VanCleave. E-S ' D ' ' . . lljlli-lliY Rlil!llilardso:lllCliYn"'J Yosl' Llmla Clwsllamon Maary Ann Romans, NancY Baller' Blend? Becker J Ay Willson and Karen Kasha walch Glenn Rein- 0 nne erison rnusic insfruclcr 55 'fl'WeY rehearse lor llme college niqhf Dfcglem' THE SANDBOX SEVEN-Bu? who's gol lhe scoop? Taking a lasl swim before school are Joyce Ncrlhouse, Judy Hansen, Charofle McNeil, Karen Diedrichs, Sandra Clark, Barbara Lowe and Kay Walfher. fs ?ef1f94'f'Fi75f1., f ,J V . ,f +:1:i,g?w rf' Fifhfxve ,,.f A2 J ,...,f,y.m ,, MN, -iw' . i .ws VP. 1 .mi l The Y-Teens clirnaxed Novembers acriviries wilh lheir annual Thanksgiving assembly The fif+h ol December saw lhe opening baslcelball game agairsl Sidney and The sopnomores held lheir lirsl class barly on lhe ninfh Cnrislfnas i.aca+icn began fne Qlh wi n a Chrislnnas Vesoer preeenled by we voca e parfnnenl. January was Filled wilh baslcelbail games and lhe Key Cl.ib bresenlecl lhe lirsl all school dance .re jill TRY SUPER HURRAH Hlsreea-,fig are 's ,iicwiea EP f- -liif' .GU irc :"' ai can ,fr cf. UFFLE ST - '. , HOP Sl-ld Gaye Bra' 556' PTC V- Q32 Je'ge'se" ara Ken Vifachh Yijq if .wfnafx al 'Li 'L' 5' SAW: We suse' rural' hal advcr'I:e're'v' - . n e7'o -nw . , , . Vi'-35 6 'H a 'sa' C: 5' Day assernby. Cass DOF 1 6 ND COUNTY GOVERNMENT The Irs? eefnezrer came io a Cioze suing The rnC'Lh of Januarf. Anoiher funior Ciass parry, Coiieqe Night Busineszfducarion Day and rhe Y-Teens ail-school dance lrepi rhe swdenns busy dufrg Febfuafy. The Sfudeni Counci, sponsored ine fourih annual TWiRP Week during ihis rnon+h and rhe qiris iooif over For an eiqh+-day pence. Senior Fran? Cauciie reignecn as TWIRP icing and ruled ower a Kanqaroo Courf which punished fioiahorz oi rhe TVVUQP ruiez. DAY ..,,, f-M BEING S , M .ahfrnafgs yijifl-CCOMES IN HA In .,, " Vn +L. , ,Q Bu djggerir , 9 ffnfemp fReQenfS NDY cf f nemseives SLEEPY-TIME GALS?-Senicrs Marcia Hahn, Brenda Eezirer Kaihie Madsen JoAnne Wii'- son Barb Sfurreir, Ca+hy Lehnnann, Saiiy Hafh- af.a,' Nancy Baiaf, Pa? Mayer, Kay Sfaxcrd, Karen Padcen Share- Nezen Pah Rudevnan, Jani Wocdftrd lcnoeing, Linda Chriswanzor, Ga, Q Branigan Joann Gannon and Penny Van- C'ea.e pose fir a p7cfue ar a pep dub pore lucif drre' Q H . H QM 2212 , 'af , af 7, ,, 'f' w il I Q A Q3 ef' .fs-X WE NEED A fiiui' CFWO52 240,15 RIGHT HERE "Wan, 'iai ii R,,. You wouLDN'r DARE!-Ware wwe W -W' 's ESQ ffjffef 5-ei ve,df'ifiG Pau LM, 'eases BQ.-.Man M' ie' cn ine f::'isa feid " 'ef' 3: pep :xg 9 D56 dgCC,5ixBIf3d9"'ei'f gm, dui-g We ganwe vhi' a yard rnarker. ,, Q Qwymds 7 X AMID THE TEARS OF SORROW AND JOY, ANOTHER THAT SOUNDS INTERESTING - Sardra I'-IE'+abTde', Dane Jandebebr a'CI BeI'Ie Hos- Tord concen+ra're on The fads and Tiqures given by a cohege represerfanve CIur"fg We annuaI coqece Mghf brforann. YOU KNOW I WOULDN'T STICK YOU WITH THIS PIN!--Say'e Branfqar p7rs a bofonniere cn BVI McCcwEn ai The Te-einer re:cgnI'Ion day assernbIy breser'ed by 'h shdenlr councff lr Y Na+ionaI Fufure Farnners of America Week was ako ceIebra+ed during February. March saw The Tas? senior Cass parfy and The annual orchesfra concert The vocal deparfrnenf bresenfed "CIcIahcrna," e Broadway rnusbal, and fhe baskeToaII Team came wiIhIn one basIceI oT winning a Trip To The s+a+e Tournafnenr by Iosing To Scoffs- bluff 57-55 in an oyerfime. They downed Grand Island The nighf before 5733. YOU CAN'T HAVE THIS PLACE, IT'S MINE!!- WE MADE IT, WE MADE lT!!4TPe M- ,tmp vw Cf-Lam femflf-Q E 'E' Jackrg I-Ia J ,, 3 ,, 4 , , 4 W, , end Mele-1 IVAN MEM -I-.2 fefmfg I-I We T HA,- Fred Taiwan on' 'fe zanae :ate ?: ham gamma- " , " 'L ...-, ,oo Ado, . - o o -ro , , . I I . , I , f " 'Z' 'l,""iSl." " C'G'?"S Co' 'G T"'? Sf:"f- ffeww- P F ar ee YEAR COMMENCES AT NORTH PLATTE HIGH uw Y fl 4 AND THEN WHAT HAPPENED, cATHY?eEEffnag BQQLQH Kew MQW NNW DGXLGC ff-' iearwz een' r V- f 1 v. ee ,A ' ,mi csc foe The Ccuf? ard CV9G'5 .J ,,, NME fran ra, naked 7' I I , :nr f-A :AA + A, .1 E, X, +3 C-.. ,e ,PS 'S'- BEC' C' I I ,f WGS he C If Ari' a'3 We se: ' ' rv rfe'e'L-ef' Tre E 6 '- Norfk Pa+'e waz '6Cf656'YfGC zz, Two fearws af fI'e 3+aIe debme Wee? In DECO" AOVII 3-4. f. '-me - ., MTM .,.,,- WGVG W Perf' Varceavg sw' +5 Cav, Lemfaw 'Q ibm' simefhrg f'a+ P: che tw - Ie czud 'ird'y I:e5e.'e 5 ef eafy 'wC""g cc" --2'-y -are IJ'GGIfI5SL. TWIRP KING-C':-med 5 ance' vi: essemb. 1--is E'a'I Cai" 3 x-:Lo "A ' M4 1' ge Ifrjrif Cty? - Q" C'-19" Z' C'C"" .wif 'ESRC C 'f,NM,,.,3,, .smenz eff 'Hg 43-T, Q '-- rngg Cv ff if,- ,-'-Tf :Taf.' -IA ,.--mgj U ,,,,.- A A 3 Tw 'EE v doie' 'Q Ieao We and ieueml Oiher Iuffe"I CCLMHI FFEY' ,ear ac+EvVTe3 ako Heh 4Ee7f eIeCIiO'5: for officers To serve beqhrinq 'ev Sep+er'bef xkjw I me, I V.,,,,,q UWM I K, , K- s , I uw ,L We'e Ifgffi' .Ee ... f-7T 4 I"'2'A ,4L If 252226 , U .VE ,' I -2 ig- EE, . ha il H LHDS W EWS I I TFTIMSYQM lla.. ...,. .. ....-.. AND IT DID WIN, TOO-WT""w page f 'fe CTF' De, pnfaif: 33 'Ee d"'3"'i'-fi Cub Hia? WWE 'Le ETiIE' 'Pleads f.-9 ff- 'a' 1 -,ie iief THERE ARE MANY ADVANTAGES IN TEACHING-Audrey Haw? '9C"E'Z-E'l:E',2"? 'wie' duffq TL9 wma' w::a':'v ie, if s ehzf 'fo sffefs'-w as B64 I-Icppe, SVa':w fag' D:"a Eafe' Eife 5 V553 D:f.e", Pa? Emp- I 3 L-4:??5f" fx v ,..1 'ar .- I 5 r -wiv Sw .-0, f . , 4 f 1, .A I .0 O o v ff' Mr' 'fry kg! ' ff 633' 5 ...fb Sfw gk EL EEE? --v gf df "TO DAY WE FOLLOW, TOMORROW .arr05'- mov- Selqealiziagr wel' .X es' XACe,pfeiYd3n3gaJOlQliis5 lor rnevnbe -of Qllicers .llljjt Zliglekarxli kepk aussi Yifllfegd WV Han Pl-ANwlNinseni pleslde V gary an i Class. "Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead," was lhe rnollo chosen by rhe 288 s+uden+s who made up one of lhe smallesf senior classes io graduale lronn Norlh Plalle l-ligh School. The Ill boys and l I7 girls also selecled French. blue and champagne as lheir colors and lhe lalisrnan rose as lhe flower To represenl lheir class. Leading The seniors 'rhrough an evenllul and rewarding year - were Gary Jergensen, presidenr- Judy Wilnes, vice-president . Judy Hansen, secrelary' and John Kirby. who served as sergeani- ai-arms. Oulslanding evenfs ol lhe year included Color Day, ar which Joyce Norrhouse was chosen oueen while Sally l-lalheway and Judy l-lansen reigned as allendanls, class parlies, rhe class play, college night Nalional l-lonor Sociely, Re-genls Examinalion, Na- rional Meril Examinaiion, TWlRP Weel, fhe Junior-Senior Prom. Baccalaureare, and, +he big day-Cornnnencernenr. Acling as sponsors and advisors lor lhe senior class This year REGEN-I-S WINNERS -. New pfayfe were iourleen lacully members. They were Miss Mary l-lullon, brake +radi+'cn WS 'fear by he-VTFQ 'hree chairman, George Nicoyich, Miss Harrier Lule, Lawrence Ro- lizoeygesimxiflrlsmll-li'i.ljISC!,,?lMlxi1Z rneiser, L. A. l-larnsa, Mrs. Geraldine Sloan, Glenn Reinerrson, Allen John Cfanf ard Bowman MEl'er Lamoine Carmichael, Jinn Sfnilh and Miss Juanira Sivifs. I2 WE LEAD," IS '59 CLASS MOTTO if V9 X Thirly-lour seniors received one ol lhe highesl honors lhal can be awarded lo a high school graduale, lhal ol being chosen as a member ol lhe Nalional Honor Sociely. Members ol lhis sociely are chosen on lhe basis ol scholarship, leadership, characler and service lo lhe school. Filleen per cenl ol lhe senior class were elecled on lhe above merils by lhe upper one-lhird who are eligible and members ol lhe high school lacully. Those chosen lhis year were Mike Allen, Nancy Bailar, Brenda Becker, Gayle Branigan, Judy Cox, John Cronn, Vera June Dale, Karen Diedrichs, Marcia Hahn, Judy Hansen, Ed Henry, Lee Gayle Hord, Belle Hoslord, Gary Jergensen, Karen Kasha. if T7 ii :aff N Kennelh Kokier, Bill Lewis, Kalhie Madsen, Pal Mayer, Bowman Miller, Barbara Murphy, Bill Murphy, Sharon Nelson, Kirk Nichols, Jell Orr, Robin Rasmussen, Kalhy Richardson, Slanley Schrag, Ray Slevens, Kenl Slevene son, Penny Van Cleave, JoAnn Willson, Judy Wilnes and Lynn Yosl. Presiding al lhe ceremony which look place May I2 in lhe senior high audilorium were live Norlh Plalle High School and Nalional Honor Sociely alumni, led by Chris Rosenberg. Olher speakers were Mrs. Kaly Romans O'Connor on scholarship, Arl Burke on leadership, Dennis Dike on characler and Mrs. Virginia Taylor Hornbacher on service. Mrs. Lillian Eberharl served as sponsor ol lhe sociely. ' i SENIORS WEARK OUT PAGES OF SCHOOL CATALOGS 1 v e X Q Q ft u,mV,m.R. Aclair, Gene Adams, Jack Allen, Mike xrpuwm Ballar Nancy Baker Jane Baker Janel' Baker Joyce Banks Hazel BasseH' Sue Bay Larry Becker Brenda Berg Phrllrp I4 ,r I I I ' B 3' I I I K 1 fy VXA XA Axix -, ...A I I . . I l EARCHING FOR "THE" COLLEGE Y 1 3 Bledsoe, Juani+a Boclzus, Charlene Boclrus Judy Bruce S+anley Bredemeler Linda Branlgan Gayle Bush Gary Campbell Marne Carr Dean I5 Bunger Gary Burgess Glenda Burrlous Shirley R l I I ' N we 3 V W1 fx, h A y X I I i I F I I I r Y SENIORS KEEP LATE HOURS SCRIBBLING Clmsfensen Arlene Chrlshanson Linda Clapper Glorlanne Clark Sandra Claus, Beverly Cooper, Clay+on I6 Car+er James Caudlllo Franlc Cooper, Gloria Cooper, Marilyn OUT THOSE TERM PAPERS Cox Judy Cox Vnrgmla '79 Du++on Jacqueline Duvel Karen Cronn John Dale Vera June Dawson DeWayne Dledrlchs Karen Dowell Ed I7 J J or Deen, Ka+l1y if A . dn . . I ev- , SENIORS ENTER THEIR LAST YEAR 231 STRONG Dye Dallls Edwards Carol EIho++ James Essley Mary Folker Rober+ Founds Evelyn Gale Bull Gannon Joan Gerken Pai' Gove Marvin Graham Regus Grandey Luane BUT ARE STILL Z1 SHORT OF RECORD 58 CLASS GrIf'FIs DorIs GrIffI+h Thomas Hahn Marcla Hall Archle Hall Ron Hansen Judy Hanson Sueann Harrach Gordon Ha+heway Sally I9 Green Larry GrIf'FIn Jack Gflllfln Wayne I .. I .- I .. . I .. I I, , Ski, I A-, . I . , I . I I , I I I 'YK SENIORS RANKING IN TOP QUARTER OF THEIR CLASS Havens Laura Heffner Ron Helnzle Rodney Henry Ed HlaH' Dennls HlaH' Ronald Holloway Ron Hopluns Rober+ Hoylman Duane Hord, Lee Gayle Hosford, BeH'e Howard, Douglas 20 TAKE NEBRASKA REGENTS EXAM OCTOBER 5 Howe Donna Hughes Paul Hul+man Donna Hunnlcu++ Donna lnferholzlnger Jared Jandebeur Duane L-5.531-L My Janecek Vlc Jarvls Dale Jergensen Gary 'AMG 3- flew Johnson Dale Johnson Delores Johnson Sherry was SMS 2l I I u xg . I . I I .1 7 Q Agios-fo Cumfxlx , A " Xwxxxr . n . I ' -, f 'sk J --'I . 'X jab-D . .I . N l' -rx: F tty 1 I I ' c - . . ' ,px - , 7' X A SENIORS CHOSE GARY JERGENSEN JUDY WIL NES Jolllff Linda Jones Tom Joy Jane Kaelber Dnxue it Kaldenberg Judy Karas Sharon Karr Denms Kasha Karen ,lf Kel+h Ron Knrby John Kuser Sharlene Knu+son Denms Koca Ronald Kolqer Ken Lanhs Vernon Leach Darrel 22 Q' 'L f' I ' 2. f , a -Q. , ,r .ef.:g,,,' aa, .5 no mi if ff. ff f W L If of - f 1' r 'Q ey X or ff of V.--v I . I .I u JOHN KIRBY, JUDY HANSEN TO LEAD CLASS Lehmann Ca+hy Lewns Bull Lneurance Mary Long Rober+ f Lowe Barbara Lunkwl+z Ron LuH'rell Ron McCann Ron McCall Lynn McClellen Gary McDermo++ Ka+hy McMichael Karen I Jef McMorrls Nancy McNeil CharloH'e Madsen Karhle Maglll Garry 23 yf A R yy L s 73 3 L : X ' . . '. M? Q , y i!,,kTp y CLASS RINGS GRACE THE HANDS OF Mahaffy Kay Mann Jo Marlun Vlrgmla Mason Shirley MaH'hews Marulyn May Margare+ Mayer Pa'r Mendenhall Mllce Mengel Thomas M:dclle+on Norma Miller Bowman Muller Pai 24 3 'Z gg , , AJ' S N MORE THAN 170 UPPERCLASSMEN k , Mnlleson Bull Malls Kem' Morgan Harland Moun+ Aprll Murphy Barbara Murphy Bull Negley Wes+on Nelson Sharon Nlchols llc Nusley MGFIGHG Noel Mary Lou Norihey Norman 25 A 2 -4 M R Q SENIORS ORR NORTHOUSE CAUDILLO BRANIGAN Norfhouse Joyce Ogborn Denms Olsen Dwlghl' Olson Brenda Orr Jeff Era Paulsen Ka rrle Pax+on Janel' Perlclns Linda fl CX Pefersen Gordon Pierson Dlclc W... Rasmussen Robm Regas Helen Reynolds Ron 26 I I I I I I w I mis 4412, I I . I ffx ,K KX V I iso -X -,J RE -x. I I I .K If f I I I ARE CHOSEN STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Saafhoff Hervey Schemp Lucille Scherer Lawrence Schmelzer, Joe Schrag, S+an Schroeder, Berne+a 14" Rosenberg Vac Richardson Ka+hy Rlchey Gary Rodgers Ron Ruderman Paf Rundback Be++y 27 , E . I ,Q Romans, Mary Ann I Q' GRADUATION MAIN EVENT OF THE YEAR SchuH'z Vnrgnma Schusrer Arleen Shaughnessy Denny Shearer Linda Shepherd Jlm Slmanifs Charles Sml+h Darlene Somers Paul Spanler Pai' S+afford Kay Sfeel Larry 28 FOR SENIORS FINALLY COMES MAY 28 Eifh. S+ensvad Bob Sfevens Ray J Sfevenson Kenr Shllwell Bull S+ubbs Donna S+u+l'1el+ Barbara Sulcraw Darrell Tabler Carolyn Tepley. Doro+l1y Thompson, Larry Troyer, Darwin 29 ALLEN CRONN KOKJER MILLER NAMED SEMIFINALISTS Tucker Joyce Tu+'rle Carole TuH'le Ron ,BNA .Sao Van Cleave Penny Van Horn Judy VGVFIHB Jean VencIll DennIs VencIll Donna Wachholfz Kenne'rh .scxxu Wal+her Kay Wa+son Sharon Wa++erson Judy Weaver Frank WhI+e JBDICG WhI+m0F9 VenIce if 30 I I I I I . I I I I I . A g-,. 9' I as I I I . MRA-A , , . I ff I I I ' I r LY-fvxjlii , Z 5 in I I I I I - I IN NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION 3gQ, WlIcoH' Sharrell Wnlhams Ron Wulhelmson Wnlla Wolfe Wayne Woodford Jud: Woods Charlene Young Joyce Young Haven Wnllson Jo Anne Wllnes Judy -x A-QU MSW Wisner Robm Yoakum Phillip Yos+ Lynne Young ErclII RON RUFF VIRGINIA RANNIE BILL HAYNES OFFICIALS FOR A DAY Counfy Governmenf Day funalnsfs are second row Ron Ruff Jum :raluam Dee Koclu Fred Tafman Ron Wafson Doug Glascoclr Fursf row Vurgunua Ranme leo Wluufesel Allyn Eaves Jaclne Hansen Januce Lookluarf Coleen Puper Bull Hord Make Johnson Lana Becluer Tlue lunuor class comprused of I33 boys and I34 gurls cluose offucers Don Ruff presudenf Vurgunua Rannue vuce presudenf Coleen Puper secrefary and Bull Haynes ser qeanf af arms fo lead fluem flnrouqlu a successful year Counfy Governmenf Day wluuclu was lueld November I7 was one of flue lngluluqlwfs of flue uunuor year as many of flue class parfucupafed rn campaugnung for flue prumary and funal elecfuons Nune lunuors were cluosen by flnenr respecfuve luome rooms fo serve on flue Sfudenf Councul The nune and flue luomeroorrus fluey represenfed were Larry Andrews I2O Vurgunua Rannue 200 Jerry Workman 206 Tom JUNIOR LEADERS J nuor cl ss offu cers are Ron Ruff presudenf Bull Haynes sergeanf af arms Vrrq n a Rannue v ce presudenf and Coleen Pper secrefary Traufluen 2l0 Allen Harano Lubrary Rodger Heglun 304 Connue Clarune 305 Jerry Fngdalul 309 and Dee Koc 3l2 Many Iunuors fool: parf un College Nugluf February I0 flue uunuor class play Tluree Blund Mxce November 3 and 4 and were wullung debafe and Iournalrsrn apprenfuces Two class parfues were lueld by flue elevenflu graders who cluose Furefly Ball as flueur flueme on Ocfober 6 and Mad as flueur February 9 flueme Preparafuons for flue Junuor Senuor prom wluuclu was lueld May 22 clumaxed a busy year for fluese fufure senuors I I C ' , . 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Z '11 ' Aff ' g I, . 32 COLEEN PIPER CHOSEN TO LEAD JUNIOR CLASS Adarns Bulsy Aqee John Alexander Ron Allen Kenlr Andrews Larry Armslrong Chrlshna Armsrronq Danny Ashmore Glenn Babb Jane Balllnqer Darrell Bannusler Terrylee Becher Lana Buerrna Sandra Bolan Mulce Boolh Sharon Boslwnclc Judy Broolcs Don Brown Sandra Brown Ted Bunger Frances Burch Shnrley Burger Jerry Burlon Douglas Bussell Beverley Bulferworlh Janice Cecll Warren Cederburq Carroll Chadd Judy Chessmore How Chrusfensen Dan Clarlne Connie Clarlc Dona Cloud Sharron Cochran Sharon Cohagen Lynn Cohn Joyce Cook Darlene Cooper Jean Cooper Louis ard Brodihe, Sheri JUNIORS CAMPAIGN FOR COUNTY GOVERNMENT Cooper Ron Cooper Torn Corso Roberr Cox Sharon Crowe Francus Dauley Deanna Dale Rozelua Davus Ruchard Dawson Claudua De Mulr Ann De Vruendlr Larry Dusrun Donna Duuyel Jeanne Eaves Alfyn Fberly Larry Edduns Marque Enqdahl Jerry Enzmunqer Bev Evarrs Denny :yren Marque Flamunq Donna Flercher Lunda Foran Judy Fourrner Ruch Frederucksen Budenna Fry Marcua Fuqare Duck Garner Gary Gerken Larry Gerue Roger Gufberr Larry Glascock Doug Goodseuu Marcua Gordon Maryann Graham Jum Grasz Dororhy Gray Lanny Grego Nornnan Go? BH 34 Fuock, Lloyd I ' u i I . I r fl, u OFFICES WITH POSTERS SPEECHES AND SLOGANS Hackbarrh Dwuqlnf Haqans Delma Hansen Jackne Hansen Jerry Hanson Kay Harris Tom Harano fXHen Harper Jack Harrofd Corky Haynes Wullnam Heglrn Rodger Hernenway Clifford Henry Karen Herbsr Judy Herndon Kay Herrod Jam Hua++ Wayne H I a e Hull Deanna Hull Gene Hnllrabudel Sandy Hapwell Lznda Holliday Barbara Hoover Dan H r Bull Horne Karen Houser Gary Howard Gary Howard Janer Howes Sandy Jobns Vernon Jonnson Hans Johnson Mnke Jobnson Par Jones Jurn Jones Sandra Jones Sberfa Kanwe Bob Kelsey Bob 35 1 nfn 1 HIH., Janice od, ' 7: "AUTUMN" IS THEME FOR JUNIOR Keslar, Francis Keslar, 'lwilla Kiggins, Gloria Killlwarn Sandra Krrsclm Larry Klllle Curl Koca Dlclc Koclw Dee Knoll Jerome Kruger Jeanenne Kulwlrnann Gary Kurnmer B Il Larnplwear Joan Lalnrner Connue Le Droll Slmrley Lellw Glenn Lellm Ted Lule Clark Lnndsley Lunda e Plwyllus Loolclmarl Janlce Loolclwarr Twnlla Lopez Mary Lunday Sandy Lyon Sandy McGlellen Lane McConal'1ay Nell McCullough Donna McKenney Marulyn McLellan Marianne McWnlllams John M ors BII Malrne Gus Malune Jolnn Manary Joan Mason Roberr Mallrlce Donna Jean Mecornber Tonn Muller Donald Muller Norman 36 , W3 ' 3 I l Lani , ' l ' so 4 , ay I, J ,gy M My M ,Vl5VlE:,Vl',y,, , fl i H . I l X ' . CLASS PARTY HELD OCTOBER I3 Mlres Jannce Morgan Bob Morgan Glenda Morgan Pal Mornarry Eva Mornarly Neva Moser Gary Myers Richard Nansel Marguernle Nash Carol Nlchols Ecla Nuelson Ken Nusley Barbara A Odegard Sandra Olds Carole Olson Barbara Olson Marlene Owen Shlrle Pappas Torn Pa cel Ins Parrush Frank Palrerson Pall Pease Bob Peck Jarolcl Peclc Lnnda Percy Davnd Pelerson Sandy Plerce Beverly Rnper Coleen Pococlc 'le ry Ror+er Charles Rower Kalhryn Rauns Ronald Range' Jennne Rann'e, Vnrgnnla Renlroe. Llnda Roby, Jarnes Roclclord, Arllss Roolcslool, Tecl 37 ff' I A , I V ,Q M ' I Nielson, Belly yi I R C ' ' Y F I . OVER 270 JUNIORS LOOK FORWARD TO BECOMING Rosencranls Dayld Ruff Don Rundbaclc Marvin Sadl Gary Safnuelson Llnda Sclwlenn Donna Scnnaclcer Jerry Scnuenr Ron Scofl Hazel Senfl Barbara Slwaneylelf Karen Slworlr Alan Slcunner Kawllwle Sloan Lauren Smallwood Rosemary Smullru Ray Smolnlc Mabel Snare lvlarlorue Sonnernan Alberf Sonnernan Gulberf L 4!B1'I1 Speck Palrucla Slreele Don Slellnwan Beverly Slellman Lore++a Slockall Llnda Sloner Larry Sulcraw lvlaryllyn Sulcslorf Gordon Sundslrronn Larry Suflnerland Slwurley Sw lf Lsan Tarrnan Fred Thayer Dona Tlrnmer Pal Tomlinson, Reed HIGH AND MIGHTY SENIORS NEXT YEAR Wnlkmnson C51Tber+ Wulkunson S+eye Wundknorsf Dan Woncn Ka+l'1y Wonka Januce Woodcock Gary Woodcock Nancy Workman Jerry Young Anneffa Young Connie Young Larry Zalud Herman J Zavala Anrfa Zimmerman Thomas 39 Torres Bennle Tracy I-ienrseffa Traufnen Tom Turner Morns Twsdwell Jamce Vneyra Ray Wade Judy Wagner Dale Wa Ron Walsh Terry Walfemafh Gerry Walfer Cnarlo++e Warren Bruce Wafson Ron Welder Scarleff Wesnberger Bea WeTc:lw James Wever Januce Whlfesel Cieo Wl'wl++lng+on Naomi , 6 I l fa '. J T II, ' T Q T H I I . 1 I I V- . New HOME FOR GROUPQ Three hundred and lhlrly lhree sophomores successfully compleled 'rhelr larsl year al Norlh Plalle I-llgh School Along wllh 'lalclng parl In all ol lhe school achvmes 'lhey had represenlalmves on lhe sluderrl council as layvee cheerleaders and as queen s allendanls They had Iwo parhes durnng 'rhe year ber 9 and The olher on Aprnl I3 Cheerleaders were Peggy Newman and Lalean Wachhollz Duslln vnce presldenl Peggy Newman George Pelers sergeanl a+ arms Sludenl' councnl represenlahves were Louls Vneyra Aaron Schad Pal McNally one on Decem Cindy Fullharl secrelary and JoAnn Perluns Jim Koblas Jo Paulsen Terry Duscoe Dncx Jochem and Wrllns Wiseman CLASS OFFICERS The sophomore class was under lhe dxrecluon ol Peggy Newman sec relary Ivan McMur+ry presndenl Jam Dushn vuce presudenl and George Pelers sergeam' alarms WELL KIDS HOW WAS YOUR DAY? Seen recalling all lhe achvll es of one of lheur days nn Norlh Plalfe Hugh School are Shannon Egle Merf Wuechman Velda Dowell Peggy Forresler Doug Todd and Jrm Koblas 40 Class officers were Ivan Mclvlurlry, presidenlg Jim I . - 'I I n . - I . V f, I LARGE SOPHOMORE CLASS NUMBERS 330 STRONG , . 'Z A f THINK WE'LL ALL FIT IN?-Mary Horne, Karlyn lnlerholzinger, Marie l-lill, Carroll Coleman, Charlolfe Iliff, Georgia Johnson, Delberl Lincoln, Elenor Holm, Waller Johnson, and Pal Leech sfop 'ro gel lheir books before going 'ro class. ?QssJ1.i:2Q' iffidiii as D i", ' , . ray' 3-if-5' ' -.,,-aw r J, M ' f'1Nfi4.', 1' 1 - REAR WINDOW-Conrad Offo, Maurice Palmer, Sharon McKnigh+, Rogar Sprague, Donna McMorris, Kalhleen McCrey, Dick Malfke, Wilma Lee, Cheryll Kunkel and David Morgan seem 'ro have found somelhing amusing our lhere. INHALE!-Palricia McNally, Jim McWilliams, Linda Miller, Don McNeil, Mary Lannon, Roger Nichols. Myra Moore, Bonnie Magill, Ray Ogier, Arlene Knufson, and Charles Marfinez pause for a brealh of fresh air. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS ARE IVAN MCMURTRY, JIM SCHOOLS OUT!-Leaving dear ole N.P,l-l.S. lor ine clay are Gary McEwen, Larry Lyncl'i, Mary Hendrickson, Sue I-lallieway, Glenn Jolwan- sen, Karen I-louclnin, Billie Jo I-leclcenlively and Charles Johnson. NO HURRY-Wailinq for sclwocl Tc convene are soplornores Terry Discce, Mer? Wieclnman Ivan Mclvligrlry, Ron Gverlcen. Kef+li Cm" Gary Giaynnan Judy Clark, Claudelle Cernenl, Sandy Lscre' I-le'en ldarper Srafzn Ha and Ann Drcksen. NO-if v.asn'+ planned, i'r's rnere'y coincidence. Seemingly, +ne blue ard gold leallwer iaclcel gang are Belly Anne Nansel, Li'da Hag'-ef Befae I-lafracln, Snarcn Slubbs Carclyn Cnam- berlain and Mary Edwards, Sending are Sue Lunday and Penny Clre. DUSTIN, PEGGY NEWMAN, AND GEORGE PETERS LOCKER CLEAN-UP-Szohonwofes Dzvva Bale' JF ESV ings, Sharron Bahru Diana Axfeh, Saly Barkrnerer, Pa? Baker, Garry Andrews and Ron Beeson prepare ro empfy fheir lockers. SOPHOMORES SAY CHEESE-These sophomores posing for Mr. Hamsa are Judy Beveridge, Larry Gosnell, Karen Hah and Cafherine Hall. Siriing are Sharon Schneider, Thelma Liffle, Sharon Deen, Sandra Corey, MarElyn Ha'I and Ehzabefh Gove. PROUD ONES-Admiring Norfh P?aHe's many Trophies are George Lookharf, Par MCGIH, Maurice Lee, Bob McCIeHan, Gary Kosbau, Jim Koblas, Befh Ann Hoppie, Jane Hyde, Joyce Jergensen, Daisey Hazelrigq and Efdeen Hoover. N 'A SPEND FIRST YEAR IN SENIOR HIGH EVER HAVE THAT WIDE AWAKE FEELING?-If appears as nf 'Ifese cneery sopncrnores do. Picrured are Rodney Grrffrfhs Jim I-Ie'ms, Gary Grfrnes Gary Hiafr, Jerry I-Iarsen Leonard Hardlns E'resf Hamer, Narcy Earicn, Peg Eorreswer Ke'+In Hansen, BII'e Gernrner and Mari'yn Gooden. B-R-R-RVDurIng coId weaIIw- er srudenfs waif in We audi- Iorium anIII We 8:15 beII rings. Leaving are Eva Gray, Doug Todd, Ted Cnarnpine, Wayne Haas, Edward Hyde. Ron Von Behren Rcberf Barnes and Jane+ Da Monde. NOT MY HAND, JUST THE CARD!-II75'rTbwIrg the Bull- doqqer are sencrs Brenda Becker and Cnarcffe McNeil ICGDIEVI, Wa"Ing In Iine are scpI':r':'es Bedra Eqqerr, Wanda Carl: Vfcky Osaee Cranes E. Berg, Sail Mggerg Bl Merdernar Barbara Casfcr Barbara Sfed and Sandy S7rre"s. LEARNING ROOM NUMBERS AND TEACHERS' NAMES OUT TO LUNCH-Relaxing during lunch period are Ga'e Hunfinqron, Lynn Gunkks, Dick Jos?-ern ETa?"e Evans Kern Hafsrbarger, Mar?yn Ferguson, Jim Halverson and Jim Grrfis, KneeN'ng are CFndy F, Haart Kay Gr'sler and JuDee Freeze. REST PERIOD!-Enredng +he audI'rorIum are Junie Widner, Warren Sanders, Dale Young, Linda W7ncrwelN, Garrer Saab aff, Mirl Cooper, Beffy N?eF- sen ard Herberr Sukraw, WHAT DO WE DO NOW?-"Wn:'s 'Fe man wffn 'Fe camera?" ask Dave Trfus, Barbara Wa's:r', Dfane Harper Nancy Trcnnpsen, Lewe Ze7gner, SL-arI'yn Yierwgsf, Kay Yer! Harr7e"e Wceds Crwaricife Weedmar, Sandra W7 Yn- scn, Gecrgra Tncfpe Saarron Vv' Vnscn CL'ar'es Wlng La- Jean Wazr-LCV: and Barry Warwfck. SCPHOMORES WELL REPRESENTED IN SCHOOL GOVERNMEN KINGDOM FOR AN ESCALATOR-Cheryl Rasner, Judy Richardson, Dianne SHHweN, Marcia PraH, Roger Sfockali, Karen Saqesser, Judy Sfapies, Leland Spanler, Sa5ly Sneefs, Vernall Swan, Debbie S+ewarT, George SrnI+h and Chesrer Taylor head for ine lunch Une. WHATS SO FUNNY?-SCHOOLS our, wnaf are we waliing here for wonder Snaron PaYmer, Chades Riddle, Sonja Rasa man, RonaWd Schlem Lonnie Pebley, Pafricia Neqey. Arvada Nlda Ted Simanfz, Mifburn Qua's and Mary Ponce. ONWARD AND UPWARD-Sandra Mi'ikln, Eariene Pcs? Carol Nlef- son, Joanne Ogler, Janlce Ncrrkouse, L'nda Pausnan Sreve Pedersen Jerry Phi'Hps, Terry Parr, Jane Peck, and Judy Perkins Lead fo Tnerr nexi' class. WITH 9 MEMBERS ON STUDENT COUNCIL SOMEBODY UP THERE UKES ME-Mark WTr'rur'n, Lrda We s, WI1's Wiseman, Carole Wonka, Jerry ZiegNer, Roger Voss, Rosalie Tnornpsen, Jane? Snaneyfeh Addfe Wa 'on ard Bob Yaurey wafcn fre Hbbdfef' 47 DON'T PUSH!-Affer scrtod Larry Snyder, Pnifip Srone, Lloyd Tafman BF! Sagle, Gary STM, Evelyn Roof, Karen Sornrners Darlene Sears, Barbara Ramm and Chrisrina Sora deparr Weir separafe ways. CHARADES?-Sophomores Janef Peferson, Carol OYson, Diann N?-eNsen JoAnn Perkins, Peg Newman, George Perers. Jo Pau'ser1, Aaron Sclnad, Jan'f:e Pndlips, Ed Rirner ard James SaTqnnnan seem rappy 'Hnaf school is finaNIy over L.. -..-n:. VARIETY OF CLASSES IN NORTH PLATTE HIGH X IT'S RIGHT ABOUT HERE-Tom Harris, Donna Thayer, Lanny Gray and Skarcn Bocrh Iccafe a comrry in Asa :nr We Annerlzan I'IIs+cry dass. FUTURE ENGINEERS?-Torn Gnffithy Wayne Grif- Ien Gordon I-Iarrack and Gary Bunger work on Iwouse plans In me-cInanIca5 drawing dass. xx' BUSINESS IS GOOD-Consumer Edacarion lnsfruc- for Tom Lemmcnds insrrucfs Hs dass In beifer buying Iwabifs. Barbara NIsIey seems Inferesfed as Warren CecII Iwas an eye for +I1e cafnera. DO YOU UNDERSTAND THIS?-Marrleffa NIs'ey, Robin WIsner, DIxIe Kaeber LucIIIe Scnemp and Merze Reeves discuss 'Ire srracfure OI 'Ire Ur"ed Nafens In Ir+erna+EcnaI ReIaIIons, , W,Y,, -.-N.-4 OFFER DIFFERENT INTERESTS FOR STUDENTS SPANISH PROJECTvSopI'Cmc'e Soansn ezdervs were reqplred Io bulfd a prciecf during fre year, Fxdrnrfng a IJLJII mfg mcde! we are Bernard CIxI:ders'on MarI,fn I-IaI., VeIoa Dcwe Nancy Thompson Ran Balfe-' ard Armin Edhafds. PECK AWAY-'Donna FIGWIWQ Donna CIafIc Doug Gcscock, GIenn Asn- mcre and Rjn Ridfqefs C'nfQr'fa'e 2' a "med ,-.r"'rg In typing- I ELIZABETHAN PROJECTS-Ga', Iv' I' , S'5'Qr Kirk, LN" MC- CaII, Jeff Orr and B' Mwst - K We 5 'gf 3555 Qfjegfg, 49 THIS-AAWAY-Mary Ann Romans gives a de- rnonsvafive specin In Ieloff cess member: In the seven'Iw period dass. ,,- i f LOVE THAT SPEAKERAMQ-"ws E' I5""'f1 Qi., --an f f -f -21-my 5 5 3 Z' his 35" ZE?"f-'f-?' MA J, - V X Gaz Src? a d STUD ENTS PARTICIPATE IN MAN Y TYPE5 ES 5 are sophomores Geerqe new Nplnq desks NNYDVG ou, ww ACHNN' BACKVMw'??3q,ZUiQsUai-d Semefe . LoweW Marikn, Daxe Young RZQETCB Z Mr ffm CMMS, Skeve P60 Smkkh, DOUQ Smmq Wawexxll 'fm Yjoeerf jones -SBVVES Hexm m sen, TQYVY FSHC Ron xx3Zp.X?x'BX5Mervwn ke Y5"WY'Q'5 and R Yiddhws Kekk rom, - ' ' xNORKERSffksA5kRnq use 0? We OFFXCE PRP-CUCE V Y ,X ,, M V J mae Baker. are Beifq Rundbacy, QF5rere Woods, Sh e, ascn 6 Kaww Dees and Mgrvww GONE. 5 weed are ,mfg . WcrM'Anq WWW" d"'9,en2 iypes , ' CVGY 95 Uegrgnge and ODCHUCKS, de, Pau' Cardewas JUNXOR WO ffee CNwes+er TH Robe Gary rf B5 Kcsb Q5 ...ig ONLY TW Becker QQ WEEKS 'TIL CONCERT' Rosemary 2LawardF'Ng,VC0np1e Yzung-'bidfrrimge KCWH3 Se, UU , ' 1-we , g -,- ,A fmfc Cie -V a Mcflulcug? Jakth ff!! Xa Wane March sr PQ, Karen Dednces , Lohan Crwnqc M NPV, Joe' Many.. DA , imc are Gary Jg?qD::r1? 50 fe? vcmey- OUT OF BOUNDSlffFm e1c'?3'q game V baV Rs enfcyed by Lc3s Bakef Jcaff. O:3Xer Sandra NNRMer'se'1 Syd, MRNIMQH ard 'Pa' W',Ys:e. S DANGEROUS DISSECTING-Bicbqisfs Doug Todd, Mary Horn and Armin Edwards examine Ire frog Iney are dissecting. ACCELERATED ALGEBRA STUDENTS-Vernon Johns, Frank Parrish, I-Ienrierfa Tracy, Ron Ruii, and Larry EberIy affernpf fo soive an aIqebra prcb'ern. SYMMETRICAL CHRISTMAS TREE-De-coraiinq ine Cnris+rnas Iree with geomevica designs are Jared Infernoizinqer, Dick Pierson and Archie I-IaII. I ' ,Mm KQZZ5.. PHYSICS FANATICS-Tam Traufren, Cnuck Morion and Dan Windnorsi examine 'rhe riwerrncrnefer in an experiment KEEP POURINGI!AGarIy Ma'3'I and Jann Crcnn snow Karnie Madsen and Barbara Lcwe new 'o do an experirnenf in chemisfry. DO IT LIKE THIS-Pa? Leecn Gai Magers, and I-Iarrieffe Wcods waich CI1arIes Wing fin'sI' a ccns"u:'icn in qegmeffryl IX N-O'fx X EXE' L i 'CRV' NX 'KPN 2' NL .ID -If '-HN, X Qflkk .3 3 I .1 '32 1 1 1 fi vi Q E51 gs 51 4 i fi Ut, gg: 9 4- 24 fi- if K 1 3?- 4 i .1-sf' 'fy ' hefs Wil C 1' ea Book: FEE m X Q52 wlg4iw2 J: 5 V1 a ' ff? P' ,Q f ia fi ' gifs - 5 I fs -gif -Wt, A -if 1 iw J? , x an LEADERS PrImc:IpaI of Norrr PIarre Serior I-Ilgn, Ermesr I-Ioracek has mary emo various duies emo responsibuiries To perIorm. Induced are supervision OI eII school acfivlfles, admImIs+erieg the fivemces, vIsrE'g dasses wrxEIe Ioey are iw sessIoo, aoo eweIpIng wifh Ire dis- dpliwe and acacerrrc proderfs be' fweef 'eacmerz are STLGQVTE. Mr, Hsracef ras olfyaired degrees 5+ Dem Neorae-fa Srare Ieairefs Coif Ie-ge at Pew. frgi The Udfersrfy C: Nebraeva. PRINCIPAL ERNEST HORACEK In charge Q? avevderee, reqisfrae flow, and ComseI7oo Is MISS Mary I-Iu+'of', VIfe'sr'rdpaI GPTI VoCa+IomaI G..'i:fwfe DIreC'Cf Cf Nerf? PIa'Ie Sedo' Hier. Her oII'ce 'S ooen ar aII times fo 'f'e1'u::er': aw: 'ser :rece-'fc and ar are cfee'e': ,Wo fu 'psi 2o1FIe and a i'99':.. cree"r:. V713 Howe' fe-iefei ffow' AB, 5+ 're Lf'.ers"r, of Iuecfif-i emi Fer F-Us-J. 'ee ',".e'2", C? wV73C9es7e N,-. .,. In' ef '- Af N nn- A 'J .- ? su -" , - Vo 5 5. WIDE VARIETY OF COURSES IN SCHOOL TAUGHT 4.1 ii - 5 TT bers held seveiv- --H D -.. vi UAY-T. , ..F lTy mem Tor r. A V . CGC , DINNER MEETgI:Ci?yhe?C:iurIng The Yeafjoxgnaqxgbalid recenf i?ypBiP'I1Hcr Kearneyeljhorayi dd ,cndfce TO hee, ner meer-rngl dan are Tom Lemmonds, TelevJ55Om moi fm? sponsored by MTSGAQFLLP of his The mme T JuaniT S' 'I ', TEV eff? Cla' 51 . T lfllfehe and Ver,-,Cn Yanney. Sioan aMiviTs, Ca, Scremseny lBrliO5f1-y Jim Smirl-il Mrsf An addiTion oT Tive made This year. They Lemmonds, Miss Ulala iorie Schlagel, malcing PlaTTe I-Iigh School. All TaculTy members EducaTion fXssociaTion Tion AssociaTion. new members To The TaculTy was were Miss Joan Carroll, Thomas SmiTh, Jim SmiTh and Miss Mar- a ToTal oT 38 Teachers in NorTh were members oT The NorTh PlaTTe and The Nebraska STaTe Educa' They had a member oT Their sTaTT elecTed To a disTricT oTTice. She is Mrs. JuaniTa SiviTs To The oTTice oT Treasurer. To prornoTe beTTer undersTanding and cooperaTion among The various deparTmenTs oT The school, The TaculTy members were divided inTo groups wiTh each group having a chairman. DeparTmenT heads were Ver- iss U4-,G Smfw 6 N Banik' MVS G ' . 'TO Mrs, Lyra eralclfle I I FI b9FI'ldr'I non Yanney, social sTudies: Miss MargareT MorTon, maThemaTics: Miss Erma Grill, commercial arTs: I-larold STrobel, science: and Mrs. Lillian EberharT, English. On The second annual Teacher RecogniTion Day, a spef cial assembly was held Nov. I8. The Teaching sTaTT re- ceived TribuTe Trom The sTudenT body in The Torm oT cor- sages and bouTonniere by Their homeroom represenTaf Tives. Teachers also aTTended The annual Business-EducaTion Day Feb. 25. Owners oT various Tirms explained The oper- aTion oT Their businesses To Them. The Teachers in Turn inviTed The businessmen To visiT The school and see how They operaTe. BY I6 WOMEN AND 23 MEN TEACHERS EBERHART, LILLIAN Englislw 3-4 S+uclen+ Council ERAICKSON. DON Geomelry I-2 Bridge Club GODFREY MERRILL Clnemislry Cbemislryh Club GRILL, ERMA gi Typing I-2 5 Slworllnand 3-4 ii Y-Teens HAMSA, L. A. English 5-6 Journalism Paper Annual Plnolograpliy Club HOUCK, ROY Senior l-liglw Orclieslra KUBICEK, C. J. World l-lislory American l'lislory Big Tenners LEMONDS, TOM General Malin Consumers Eclucalion Our Town Club ., ? .9 ' 1 ,Z Q3 5 S . t if J, 'www-v s A Q' .119 'f M3 W 3 1 xi K I 'Q 'X G? ES' If XR gf, 7343 " vs' X iw Si 1 'Mm ,, 9' f - ,. vw... ,Q I li' F 5 A 'S PA '53 A F J E .. f 431:25 P'-Q4 gh mf FACULTY HONORED CN "TEACHERS RECOGNITION SI-CAN. GERALDINE SMITH. JIM SMITH, ULALA lnrernalional Relalions Biology I-2 Shor+hand I-2 Modern Problems Typing l-2 Around 'rhe World SORENSEN, CLAIR World Geography English 5-6 Chess and Checkers STEVENS. EDNA Nurse STROBEL, HAROLD VARICEK, KATIE Biology I-2 Girls' Physical Eclucafion Science Club 6,A,A, WARREN, ZETHA Larin 3-4 DAY" IN SPECIAL ASSEMBLY NOVEMBER I8 YANNEY, VERNON YOST, G. ALLISON YOUNG, CAROL American I-lislory General Mallw Library Drivers Training Physics Teen-Age Book Club Elaplwadonlc Club I-li-Y READY WITH THE RATIONS-Cooks Maine Pickens, Louie We liver, Berlha Suils and Bernice Marsden fill Ilwe plafes for anollwer mea! in our sclwool cafe-Ieria, BROOM CREW-Feur ianilcrs l'elp keen We '1a's cean' lnew are Carence Tui-pen Willis Sclwomer Alberf Beyers ard Cecil Hopkins. YT! gETUF3 - EM Q4 RETEUETEEE 63 CUSTOMS AROUND THE WORLD PROVE INTERESTING Forelqn and American coslurnes Nielson Crndy Fullnarl rrs ar Claudra Dawson MASQUERADE BALL are modeled by Sarah Cel Mabel Smclllc and Reporls wlwucln fell aboul Jrlwe habnrs counrrnes around lhe and cusroms of world are +l'1e mann prolecls ol Around +l1e World Club sponsored by Mrs Geraldine Sloan Leadlng Jrlwe I5 members were presvdenl Sharon l-lall and secrelrary 'rreasurer Linda l-lagler A Cbrrslmas parly was one ol flue mann evenls of Jrlwe year IU llwus newly formed club MAPMAHCIA NS Sandra Hlfabrdal Qililllngs frouble Spo S of H1 everrdge Lynn Cohage world are Nangy E h en and Comme You urrc HQ CIRCLING THE GLOBE Sludy ng 'rlwe geograplmcal ocahon of lreland are Lrnda Hag er secrelary lreasur aron al pre den Lore? a Slelrnan Ms Gferadne Sloan ad r' ano H m 64 E. X - 'NMf-. , ,f g , Y r rr 34: we , ' , ' ' , I ' P - . ,g U 1 l . S . . H fl 4 kfrlai 1 ' I 4 f 1. I ' ' ' - I RT l I - - - er: Sl-, H ,ll sl li f 5 l, , r, l l . ' vfsor a rd Ee . r C . K 1 ART MEMBERS SHARE EXPERIENCES IN DRAWING TAKI rS NG VS Son els OIICQ ala dar yn Clgdricg K? O xg Glenn Re ai er Hixillnsima u en S Ssser gig Bliifng af Chrfsfm LIKE 2,255 Camesoiq ko draw We Trrgdareemmer Ka as col 6, 'rensgaidfa 'llnornpioll ref' Kfnbale a SOR Slwarung experrences ID ar'r rnsrrucluon and rn posler preparalaon rs rlne ur pose of llwe Arr Club sponsored by Glenn Rernerlson Prolecls lor flue year Include Color Day parhcrpalnon and learnrng llwe arf ol lellerrng and posler makrng Chosen as ollucers by 'rlwe 2I were Keullm I-l a n s e n presudenl Jerry Clemens vuce presrdenl Bob Slensvad secrelary lreasurer and Roger I-leg lun sergeanr ar arms WHAT COLOR7 Now wlrxar color7 slr Los Balmer B Sllllwell Mary Ann Gordon Llncla Renfroe Sandy Odegard Eugene Rosendalwl Belly Nanse Georg a 'lrorpe and Da and Ted Srmanlz Harper THIS ONE Pclr rg bar color lo use are Palsy Alexander 65 C W'-ww.. , sob C H x I U XLQQXIW-I'Ix 'I K Ol O XL V l ' ld r ' ' - Q .K s I-7 Gg fn, I . , .Z , Sir ' A I b X15 Y 1 V . r . fr J 5 - f. . .... . . . p - V - x ' fx ,if - , , A g . , 2 , Ry V i lf' 5 X a i , ill -I I, W , ' . A 1 I - N N . 4. I r lrte SAFE DRIVING HABITS ENCOURAGED IN ACTIVITY 1 STOP LOOK LISTEN Francls Keslar Ray Spencer Torn Sfearns AUTO ADDICTS Loolurg aT saTeTy pamphIeTs Frank Wever John Wuse RoberT Kelsey Terry Walsh and Danrel Blalceman ook Norman Ml er Robe-rT Kar ye Benne Torres and Roger Gele aT saTeTy posTer Suggeshons and Ideas abouT resTylmq and repasrmg cars oT all lclnds lcepT The members OT The AuTo moblle Club busy This year ThlrTy members chose Ed Dowell preslde-nT Tom Mengal vzce press denT and Sharon Karns secreTary Treasurer Rodney RoberTs sponsored The club whnch encouraqeo saTe drrvnng hablTs RUDCKVS 1 cers and SQAPSTERS-Rodney Rabews T. CAR CRAZY-James Welch, John McW1'l'ams. Kern Harsh- Themes MCP fibers Her-fy Saafpvg 'V efparns To offi- barger, Ted Leiln Torn Cooper, and Jail GMTTWT locl: aT Sfmanfs Laggiyr Rodney Rcberis 'SF Shree WhlTmOfe picfufes of new Cari' T ry rzrnpson Sdiew of .drI,V1 Chaffeg 66 THEATER-MINDED STUDENTS STUDY DRAMA TRENDS MAKE UP DEMONSTRATION G c v c ao s L n eo m as Evagay .lca aBeo e M San a ons L a a y av ok on CHARLESTON ANYONE7 Beverly Ste man Rosemary mal ood Slneryll Enserl Saly I-Iall-lewaY ano Janel Da Moude experrrnenl SO WHOS A FLAPPER7 Lnda K a Dc: rclrksnaduf dae Rarg en"es SH I COULD READ J ol, Va I-' Og er df H X I' d el sr. xex, b a EXAMINING MAKE UP Mr Nl oy n shows d Ire enl' lypes of make up lo Joyc Nortlwous D k Koca Mary Anr Rorn ans and Karrle Pau sen TWO PLUS THREE MAKES THIRTEEN Mane E++a Nsley Janlce Looklnarl' Vrrgrnua Cox Belly Rundback and Lee Gaye I-lord play ckuarades The slucly ol moclern Jrrencls un Jrlme dra malucs Ineld keeps a group ol llwealer mnndecl Norlln Plalle I'-IrgI'1 School ludenls conslanlly keeping up flue brllboard news Ollrcers Mary Ann Romans preslclenl Joyce Norllnouse vuce presndenl Karrue sergeanl al arms helped sponsor George Nlcoyuclw keep 'rlwe club aclrvllles al a greal varlely They Included llne danclng of The Charles lon playlng clwarades and Iearnlng 'rlwe Iundamenlals ol applylng make up prop er - eorge NI 'J ' ': de ' da - . 'c lc' - E, r Br e eief f q 'W ' 'sc .Ann De I' dr e e, Tc , ' . - Ly , 'auf I-4 vers and pennl Va' Cie e o . . ' I . . - - I ' - - ' I . S 'W I Y . I , , 5 . V . .. I . . . F ' .- I, lrkp 'r'ck. Jarel' ' k7n4 ' T I Son, ksvhie Madfen, Req-S eww sed-fe. Mar, Paulsen. Secrelary-lreasurer and Ron Koca. I-Ie! lc c r- J dl Beverage discuss 5 for " c En - - Tw ll " dance. - ' - - - - vs l ' - E . . ' 1 ' I . ly. J is , WI - . " .crm J: Arre I , SH ro WTII'e "M Sar' ,- Yergsi Rsnda Ba +e ar' CI-a'c++e MCNI rf ' p'e"w L25 fd. 67 30 MEMBER HI-Y CLUB BOASTS GOAL AS THE EXECUTIVES l-lrY olfhcers Lauren Sloan Terry Dnscoe Terry Pococlc Marvn Creve and Erce Young pose lor 'he camera To creale malnlann and exrend rhroughour Jrhe home school and communrly hugh srand ards of Chrrshan characrer and luvnng was lhe goal of fhe 30 member I-ll Y Club sponsored agaxn This year by C5 Allrson Yos+ Club programs consrsled of plannrng sessions speakers from various churches communrry panel discussions and parlles Some of The hlghllghls ol lhe year uncluded a molher son col lee a lalher son banguel and Pre leglslahve Conference held ID Norlh Plalle Oclober 29 rn Jrhe Blue Flame Room allended by lvlcCoolc Scollsblull Norlh Plalle and Alliance Clubs Candy sales a bake sale l-lolly Day and lhe Easler Assembly are some ol The acluvuhes car rned our lhroughoul lhe year g M Cle M s Ro y elp p 68 I I r , HI-Y CHARTER-Roger Sloclcall, Larry Sloner, Don Dah- HI-Y HOLLY DAY-Mlsl elce and holly sold in fhe rnaln hall linger, Marvin Grove, Gecr e Lool-chaff and Lane c l'en by Bob usgrcye, Bob Doufy and Jame b h r romole display plaque. howday season, DEVELOPING CHRISTIAN LIVING STANDARDS ,,- Q! .4 'ff' wi J Sloan 5ellefS are higheef NYONE7 Wrlllngnd JeffY SC OLD BUT ABLE Hu Y enlers nn The Color Day parade ES A Warren CAI-ORI , Bruce C0095 Lewli The 30 Hu Y members chose Erceul Young presndenl Terry Dnscoe vnce presldenl Marvun Gove secrelary Terry Pococlq rreasurer Fred Talman serqeanr al' arms Lauren Sloan chaplain and Jum Roby cle vohonal chairman COLD BUT AMBITIOUS Bob Dough Don Dahlmger Chuck Morron Terry Pococlc and Moms Turner sell Holy down fown LINCOLN DELEGATES--Don Dahlnnger Archle Ha' Denms Everls Loule Cooper, Nell McConahay Jam Roby, Bob Doufy, Jack Harper Charles Harrold Bruce Warren G A Yosr Morrzs Turner, Bob Musgrove, Terry Pccoclc and Erceul Young 69 T155 i . Q '- E ,, A I , Y V QAJ ,I T .L,"-In ' - ' I L- 5 s Q I I " ' , V T L A ,N -Q Q -:ZA "TA :I fb-D 5: . V yr' I ,. Y - I ' Y .- . 'N . . . . ' V I I T ' I i . I I II - LEARNING NEEDLEWORK AND MANNERS OBJECT OF SEW AND SO BOOKWORMS?7 Sfudyrng fexi used un Ihe club are Con rue Lahmer Joyce Baker Jeanelle Cropp Shirley Burch Joan Lampnear Vrrgrma Marlun and sealed Jane Baker Sponsormg flue Sew and So Club Ilus year was Mrs Anna Marne Ranney wxlln Donna I-lullman presxdenr and Gloraanne Clapper secrelary Ireasurer Socnal parrxes lweld once a rnonllm during 'rhe regular meehng and varnous pollucks marked II1e GCIIVIIISS 'for The year To promole lnleresl ID needlework as a hobby and correcl socnal manners as Ilwe ololecl of flue Sew and So Cub f PARTY TIME Tak nq par? sn one cl the clubs parhes are Pal McNally Delores Jol-nson Cclleen Kay Herndon Karen I-Iouclrun Mar yn El' s and Dorrra I-lunnucutf BUSY BEES Marqarel' May demonslrales needlework +0 Mary Ellen Lreyrance Jane Joy Slwarlene Krser Mary Essley Hazel Scoll and Judy Kaldenberq sealed VI SUCCESSFUL FLOAT Bulldog s Klnq of Inns Sew and So Club enlry rn Ilne Color Day parade . ?t... MAKING PLANS Busy mal: ng plars are Pa? Neqley Ar vada Nda Sl'-a on Walson Judy Bockus Donna Hullman Glorlanre Clapper and sealed Mrs Anne Mare Ranney sp nscr . Q- hp ' so 2, I ' wi EU lla I, ll h 70 C E ACTIVITIES OF BIG TEN CLUB SUBJECT NOW LISTEN Clarence Kublcelc explalns Io members Ron Gerlon Gary Gayman Sleven Pederson Don Sleel Ron Cooper flne polnls of lhe game A.. 'IXKEIIIIII WHOS NEXT Loolong af nexr opponenr are George Per ers Roberl Jones Wulllam Kurnmer Ron Von Behren and Jam Rrdrnger READING MAGAZINES Glancmg Through The slacks are Terry Parr Gary I-half Larry Mon+rcss Char'es Marhnez, Roberl Pease and Palrrck McGrll -s... NOW WHERE DID I SEE THAT? Douglas Green Dave Hoover Donald McNeeI Chesrer Trrdle Edward Hyde and Roberr McClellen glance Through magazsnes The Bug Tenners Club crealed Io ac lege sporrs rs sponsored Ihrs year by Clar ence Kubucelc Ollzcers Ihls year are Dennis Karr as presldenr and Gary Kosbau as secrerary Treasurer All forms of alhlehcs played by our own Bug Ten schools srare class AA schools. and leading colleges are followed by The 30 members They also read arllcles In nnagaznnes and papers perraunrng Io alh erncs PAST HISTORY Gary Anderws, Ron Beeson, John Babb Denms Carr, Gary Kosbau and Rrchard Jochern , xi- T 2 f I is I TX ' 4 I 3- ' lo II kia A , s 1, 1 - I -x' 'x I ' ' I S I I I x .....' - , I'-N 1 quainl srudenls wilh high school and col- K . . . I . I 1 . - I ' n ' I l5QEii'fff 7I MCMICHAEL CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF GIRL ATHLETES WISHFUL THINKING Upsel' 'Ihe Islanders was Ihe lhoughl for The day of Ihe Color Day parade as depucled by lhe GAA 'lloal of a loolball fueld mouruled on a dump lruclc Presudenl Karen Mchfluchael led 50 gurls ol The Gurl s Alhleluc Assocualuon lhrough a successful year Serv ung as vuce presudenr was Glorua Cooper and Carol Ed wards was secrelary Janel Balmer was lreasurer and The socual chaurman was Carolyn Tabler To encouraoe alhlelucs lor all gurls 'ro develop spurul ol laur play and sporlsmanshup lo provude unlereslung and wholesome recrealuonal acluvulues for gurls promol ung Iruendluness and pleasanl socual conlacl among members are lhe aums ol Ihe GAA Acruvulues lor lhe year uncluclecl polluclc dunners bowl ung and slcalung parlues and a scavenger hunl Prouecls were 'rhe Color Day lloal' Play Day where alhleluc or ganuzaluons from olher Iowns galher lor a day ol games and Ihe clolhung druve lor dusplaced people and relu gees lvlrs Kaly Varucalq us Ihe sponsor ol lhe GAA FINAL INSTRUCTIONS-Carol Edwards Karen Mclvluchaels Glorua Cooper Janel' Baker Januce Hull Carolyn Tab'er Jeanenne Kruger Twu la Keslar and Dorolhy Grasz luslen 'lo Ihe game schedule as ur us announced by club sponsor Kary Varucak 72 TIME OUT GAA gurls Jean Cooper Budenna Frederuckson Judy Chadd Marne Campbell Rozella Dale Marulyn Mc Kenney Delma I-Iagans Sandu Pelerson Sandra Jones Jacquelune Dullon and Donna Slubbs pause belween games lo duscuss Team Iaclucs GYM JEWELS Sandy Mullulcun Januce Norlhouse Jane? Shaneylell Arluss Rockford Sharon Holm Marue Hull Vuclcy Chase Georguna Cooper Karen Hull Karln lrvlerholzunger and Ann Durclcsen ROBIN HOODS Malchung skulls un archery are sharpshoolers Sandra Luschan Rosalue Thompson Lunda Sarnuelsen Marulyn Gooden and Charlolle Ilull THE LINE UP Sellung our lor some rounds of Iennus are Helen Regas Wanda Bullerman Karen Sommers Karen Shaneylelf Wulla Wulhelmson Pal' Spanger and Luane Grandey 1, ' , I' . f I , gg , A -kr, 6 ' w I-. 2 I 1 Y , . . -' . . u u u r - u . . . . . . . I J u I u ' . . . . n n n n vi I I . . . . u . u I - , . I I - I A. M 1 . . . ' rf, sum . . . . u . I u u u 1 l I ' l I I ., , 4 I u ' I I u - . u FUTURE VOCATIONS TOPIC OF CAREER CLUES O DE Ge Lfnda pu CIDE Dus an elCI7er N Cussmg ful Cy Html Myra Mjncy oodcoelre Vocafuorual I, ore Judy C! Chr-usfurud 'I efesig ark and Dor fihlrmslrong O Y Tepfe Y 1 TIME TO REFRESH Enuoyung homemade Chruslmas Candues are Pa+ McNally Januce Wever Ju Dee Freeze Beverly Enzmunger Duane Jandebeur Januce Whufe and Aprul Mounl' telephone Lusleruuflfl IO SPealierTl-Iellmd I-'llle Noe uusurekesreo AUQIE Edwards "wld Fatwa suewarf OFFICERS RELAX Oflucers Arlene Schusfer Charlene Bock us LaJean Wachhollz Sue Ha+heway Deanna Dauley and sponsor Mrs Juanula Suvufs are shown exchangung Chrusfmas gu is Varuous careers for gurls are explored by Ihe Career Clues club whuch us sponsored by Mrs Juanura Suvulrs Thurry four members chose Charlene Boclcus presu denl Deanna Darley vuce presudenl LaJean Wach holrz secrerary Arlene Schusler Ireasurer and Susan I-lalheway program chaurman Oulsude speakers hughlughred many of Ihe meel ungs and varuous careers were reporled on by Ihe members A parry was held once a monlh and movues from several dullerenf Iuelds were also shown The purpose ol Ihe Career Clues organuzaluon us Io explore varuous careers for gurls and Io sludy Ihe gualulucaruons advanrages and dusadvanrages of 'rhe occupafuons whuch are open Io women Ioday GAB Fssr ulma Lea JCESIRSQ ready fo +61 and 'Y Becker aruyd ifflgllll Sharon Boofh e,E1Qfy'SACarol Nenson a careers are Mig Pas Gerlceru aru CNeel Une Sumonseru Sharon MCICYUQ 73 r - X . U . N A W - - Q - . 'I . u ,N I , ,Q -.QCP 4' . . . . . - I - , W1 N ' , I U Ma . . I l t KEY CLUB IS DEDICATED TO PROJECTS OF FINISHED AT LAST Complelang lasl' manure louches on Ihear second place floal' are Jeff Orr Bowman M ler Make Allen Ray Slevens Malce Mendenhall Bal Lewas Ken? Sleven son Dean Carr Kealh Cronn Allen Harano Gerry Wallhe malh Dennas Shaughnessey John Karby Doug Todd John Cronn and Jerry Engdahl PROJECT COMMITTEE Plans for one of many Key Club proaecfs are made by Roger Voss Kenl Slevenson Tom Graf lafh Malce Mendenhal John Cronn chaarrnan Wallas Wase man Jerry Wallemalh Dennas Shaughnessy Hans Johnson Danny Armslrong Wayne Wolfe and Aaron Schad Key Club as a servace organazalaon made up of boys To develop analaarave and leadershap and lo anslall duly ol servace lo home school and communaly Forly nane members chose Jeff Orr presadenl Bowman Maller vace presadenl Dean Carr secrelary and Jam Shephard 'rreasurer whale Ray Slrevens was elecled 'ro fall lhe pos'r ol governor of Davasaon lV of rhe Nebraska Iowa Daslracr Ball Murphy served as laeulenaral governor ol Jrhe same davasaon lncluded an The many Key Club proaecls were bell rangang for rhe Salvalaon Army durang 'rhe Chraslmas holadays lhe publacalaon of sludenl darecloraes lhe sale of peanurs for lhe Kawanas Club on Kads Day and sellang carcus laclcels for lhe Junaor Chamber of Commerce Key Club members also sold pop al all The home Ioolball games handled The concessaons al 'rhe Scour Carcus and renled cushaons ar lhe lndaan baseball games lasl summer LOCAL AND DIVISION OFFICERS Norlh Plafle rreasuaer Jam Shephard presadenl Jef Orr vace presadenl Bowman Maller and secrelary Dean Carr dscuss plans for lhe comang year wa'rh Davasaon oflacers Ray Sleveras Jr and Ball Murphy walh Ihe aacl of Ray Slevens Sr aclvasor 74 ,A ll ' o ham 1 I 1 ' I -ia K X ace: . K" I 0 J 0 SERVICE TO HOME, SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY Q Q Club daflce fp pn , ,Y V- . I COMMITTEE bay yy Torn H6 Jcyrsc,-,X ..IU'TI!y Murphy CIAI. F , E 9 YN Mxke 'll , Br ijcgnms Knufscg VLarkyaVW Yq,r'.,KAvbY Lcuafrranl U Cedar 9 QL. in Jcrr CEHO X P5 ,QQ HWS var' "' Eflfoanvene GOIIIF' Sax delegares allended rbe Key Club Inrernalnonal Convenluon rn Clucaqo durnng July and Ilwe club Ioolc second place ID Ilne Color Day Iloal compelrlron dur :ng Ocrober Former members ol Ilwe club were enlerlanned ar a parfy on December 29 and Ilwe annual Mollmer Son banquef was held In May Key Clubbers sponsored an all school dance January 9 and held Iwo prrvare dances lor members and Ilwe r dalres Key Club an nnfernahonal orqanuzalnon ns spon sored by flue Knwanrs Club and Ray Sfevens Sr as Ilwerr local advisor I9 1, A it SOX ' 1, 1 'F s We . V r . Kew' I - Keldas' - 1 I , , C' me 'M It sllm 9 . ' nu QRS 'S R,.,, SUU9 Herrod Davd 'x 5U NO SWEAT, BULLDOGS!-A bone of Sho-Em deo- doranf I-nlgnllglwled Ihe second-place Covor Day 'lloal' wnlclw was pul ed by grass-slrlrled Key Cubbers. P Roekfw communes ge U, M Maurce Jm AES! P lf nexf W man In W R F If GU U WORSHIP COMMITTEE P dc: a :5 PUBLICITY COMMITTEE W an ra x Q J :1 r as r-yCrrr 75 V - ' I 1 I : I . I I - I -. U Q A , . . fnjjrmgl arg XI L99 'c .n f sea er for H15 ' "3Cf'nan, Bo I , ,' ' 'G' 3 Sa " VN' MMC' lirafrm ,I 'C e' I 5 U Dfcu Todd , . er 0 if ' 1 I ' I x f X - e ,Ing le 'a':e 'Q fer css- - :'r"g 3' p:s'e's are QV' Dug- fry are Sr. Sclw g lcna'rrna'1l, Aww Eafes, Kelin C':rr, 7- Rcn Rep: ls Ifxe Aly ,3r'lJ,3f'-1 E-gay kva5'f,,5,,y Kerf Ml s Da' e Leac' BI Le.-.i A er r-afar: Den F Is Fa son. CURRENT EVENTS RECEIVE EMPHASIS PANEL ENTHUSIAST-Carol Olson. Twilla Loolcharr. Herman Zalud, Sharron Balnn, and Chrisfina Solo Ialce par? in a panel discussion. I DISCUSSING ELECTION RETURN-Paul Enyearr, Gordon Sukslorf, Dwlqhr O'son and Barbara Wafson check Ihe eleclion charl. Sponsored by Vernon Yanney The Elphodonlc Club was creafed 'ro shrnulale lnleresl nn currenr events wrlh emphasrs on polrhcs and Issues before nalronal srare and local oovernmenls Chosen by lhe I4 club members as olfrcers were Janer I-loward preszdenr I-larrrelle Woods vrce presr denl Bob Mason secrerary and Sharon Dean lreasurer In rhe annual Color Day Parade rhe Elphondonlc Club won lrlrh place wrlh rls decoraled car F CURRENT HAPPENING lnferesled sludenls are Bob Mason Jane? Howard Sharon Deen and I-Iarr elle Woods 76 , . - . , , J . r I I - - . . I . - , . ,, .ii .....-- . ' .aes 2' '--ti r l . . CHEMISTRY CLUB EXPLORES NEW PHASES OF SCIENCE TH IS HOW IT IS DONE M I God? ey e pl e p D P The purpose of Ihe Chemnslry Club as Io examine Ihe held of Chemlslry as II exlsls Ioday parhcularly Ihe nmporfance of Chemusfry Io our nahon as a whole Leadmg Ihe mme members of Ihe Chemuslrry Club were presudenl Klrlc Nuchols vuce pres: denl Kermefh Kolqer secrelary Ireasurer Barbara Slufhenf and lab asslslanlr Ed I-Ienry Prolecfs for Ihe year Included experlmenlal worlc In chemlslry The club worlced wnlh ex plosnves plashcs Ioolh pasles and colorahoh m leaves New phases ol chemrslry were discussed and leclures were Irequermlly held Sponsor of Ihe Chemrslry Club was Merrill Godfrey HEAD CHEMISTS Off ce K k N I- Ed He NT SPILL IT J e h e o 77 IS - errl' r x alms qu? menf lc Eck Ier- son ar1dJared lrtlerhc zhger, I . I ' ' I I ' . I - I . - I . X x - -I V5 If IC 'Oli VW B5Vl35'5 DO ' - am s E. loll, Larry Bay and Robert Folie Slul elf and Kennelh Kclcjer smll I r camera. Carefully dg expeffmgf-lg, CAMERA ENTHUSIASTS FORM CLUB AH QUIT IT Who lold 'The goke77 Was 1+ Beverley Bussell Lrnda Chrrshanson Sponsor L A Hamsa or Kay Herndon'7 FLASH FLASH Drscuss ng one Dari' of a camera are Phl Slone Ed Rfner Mary Lou Noe' Jan ce Mares Jrm Kermes and Judy Bos? :ck f QQ' ,L ITS A CAMERA Ron McNeel Ron Rodgers Darsy H616 rrgg Duck Maifke Marcra Hahn and Wal+er JOl1nSOf1 Gdmlfe a camera posfer Learnrng lhe prrncuples of ralcmg prcrures de veloprng rhe lrlm and making prunrs were The ob lechves of a new club lo Norrh Plarfe Sensor Hrgh School The club known as Phorography Club was spon sored by L A l-lamsa Officers for Jrhe year were Linda Chruslranson presndenr Beverley Bussell vrce presudenl and Kay Herndon secrerary 'rreasurer The club members spenr Jrhe year learnrng rhe dllferen+ prrncuples of +he camera choosing rhe correcr hlm ro use and developrng rhar hlm and maknng rheur own prcrures Club members among rherr orher prolecrs buull a floal for rhe Color Day parade A FLASH GUN?7 Larry Snyder explauns rhe operahon of a flash gun fo Lloyd Tafman Bob Yauney Sandra Sumanis Maurrce Pa mer Lonnre Pebley Le and Spanler Duane S+ ll well and Roberf Barnes PRIDE OF CLUB Rock Em was +he Theme ihe club chose for 'rherr Color Day floa+ 'rhe prnde of every club member A LM AVAZ' .v wk 78 gi, - ,V ,,., i . X , '9 . . . . . 1 . . - . . f l A 'Q A l 9 . 4 . - ' 7 i , 1 , . 1 ' T ' ' I . . w' . - I . Q ........... - g V ' v g - I - I- ggy! .77 H ' H 51 .1 4 L". I - . H g ' I T ,- ,, pl . I 7 3 V., I ' '. A ll L 1 I 'A J F sp, ' V - z r' ei L F 5,555 ' I. X . CHECKER TOURNEYS HIGHLIGHT ACTIVITIES 2-'wa si, Mxgx OFFICERS STAR Clalr Sorensen ex lalns la 5 Io Ka Gul TIME To PLAY Gary Sad' and Garref Saafhoff 58+ up P P Y Y Sle' and Gene Ada" board as John Barnes Rnchard Myers Larry Kush and Larry Toxlllon look on Three gurls and lwenly one boys make up The membership ol The Chess and Checker club This year Presiding as presmdenl was Kay Gllsler and Gene Adair was elecled as secrelary 'rreasurer Purpose ol lhe club was +o Improve each unduyudual s game of checkers and To 'reach chess Io rhose who do nor know lhe game Checker champuonshrps were held lhroughoul Ihe year and a sludy ol chess plays for oulsude playing was conducled THE GAMES THE THING Enlhusrashc players are Ron NEXT MOVE? Whar shall If be? say Charles Percy G'en l.uHrell Herb Sukraw Davld Young Ronald Lovelace, Mar Johanson George Smyfh Thomas Zymmefman Bonme Maglll vm Parwell John Cardenas and Moms Hoban Kafl-y Brdlow and Bob Morgan 79 1 ' ly I y f ' A f . X s J . ,, A 4' g 5 H, I 5 A' Iva . W .af A "y . . . . . f X I . N I I LETTERMEN S CLUB BUYS WHIRLPOOL FOR SCHOOL til. LETTER CLUB OFFICERS SPONSORS Ron I-lelfner Sponsors Jam Srnrlh and Duane Luebe Larry Green Dale Johnson and Garry Magull led 'rhe club 'lo one of Hrs mos+ successful years Promohng beller sporlsmanshup and sound alhlehcs hlghllqhred Ihe achvmes of more lhan 40 lellermen who mel Iogelher as Norlh Plalle l-hgh Schools Lellermens Club Among rhelr achvulues clurlng lhe year was helprng Io purchase a whirlpool wnlh 'rhe help ol Ihe Key Club lor Ihe alhlelnc cleparlmenl ll was lheur responslbulnly +o lalce proper care of all lhe Irophnes In lhe case ID lhe cenler of lhe school BANOUET HONOREES-Members of lhe varslly and rayvee squad ere lorored n a foolball squad banquel' wlfh Iherr UNDEFEATED SEASON7? Leiler Club members Dan Wrnd me hers ard falh6fS GS QUGSIS horsl Phu! Hopluns Larry Gerlcen Ron Mccaun Don Broolcs Tom Traulhen and Ron Wall could be pondering 'lhaf very queshon 80 I tx Y. J -sv --n x IX , X I I I 7 I I '1 I 1 - - s W E ' ' ,- ' , I , . . AGAIN SPONSOR ANNUAL FUN NI TAKING IT EASY Jus? browsnng are Joe Schmelzer Ken Wachholfz Gary Bunqer Franl: Caudlllo Gordon Harraclc Ron Ruff and Larry Andrews Presndenr Larry Green had as has fellow offrcers Dale Johnson as vice presrdenl Garry Maglll secrerary Treasurer and Ron I-lellner sergeanr ar arms An lnrhahon durung rhe year added new members I-lnqhlughr of Ihe year 'For borh club members and all The srudenls an Norlh Plarre I-hgh was Jrhelr annual Fun Nlghl' TROPHIES GALORE Members proudly show off 'Irophues won by prevrous Norih Plafle afhlefes They are Jrm Jones Ron Walson Ken Nielson Jam Graham Milne Bolan and Jarod Peck 8I GHT, INITIATION ADDITION TO SCHOOL Vac Janecel: Bull Haynes Vac Ros enberg Gary Jergensen Robrn Rasmussen Bull Gale and Doug Glascock unspecf Ihe whirlpool 'rhaf Ihe LeHer Club and Key Club purchased for Ihe alh GIIC deparlmenl' A PATH TO FAME Alfhough Iherr floaf dld no? wan a prnze rn fhe Co or Day parade I showed qreal zngenuniy on Ihe parr of Ihe members TA NT SO Darn, Cl- sr an fels a group uf rned pa y br Jerry Workman Jur or Caud O e Koch B l I-lord Gary I-lc er and Carrlon Palierscn don? seem Io be reve I-rfn s I M -. I . V . . . , , , . l . i . I I . . . . I W . I g, A L A 1 "V" ..u.,,, A Q1 - 4 : Shu I ' 1 - - . 1 , . . , . . . l ,I 9.7 S A . L 1 . I , I I . , ' I ' - ,A rl I ' abou? af ure I I , . .M 3 - par. rf u , 1, -1, , De ,I . , 1 , .S I. . SALES PRODUCTION, SALES EDUCATION STRESSED d Mrllef Dave Pefsv gr iels Donal K Du ASSIGNMENQ-,orS:d?1HPeIZEsrbn EVGIYE Pauls:-rsesinjorlzren Tom Jones for mem ,rr I e U v I whaI rs rn slore Hg. 79? T7 FIND IT? Lookrng al books abour drllerenr robs are Gary Mosmer Douglas Howard Phrllrp Berg Dennrs Ogborn Paul Somers Ted Rooksloll and Darrell Ballrnger M CIel'en MMMM STATE Paul H QW Gerond Blsl?el,n.??rl,-r.pCYcarum Dye Vernon YMM Kefmefh Ench L M erm - EMPLOYERS HONOR ED Members honor employers ar De cernber I banquet The promorron and educalron ol sales persons lor Norrh Plarle busrness houses rs one of Ihe purposes of rhe Drsrrrburrye Educarron Club Clarr Sloan sponsors Jrhe club whrch elecred Ron Wrllrams presrdenr Paul Hughes secrerary and Gary McClellan Ireasurer Io serve durrng lhe lrrsr sernesler Several members alrended Ihe slare meerrnq rn an a anquer was held honorrng lhe varrous employers ol lhe sludenls Dec: I May I5 was Ihe dare ol Ihe Drsrrrbulrve Educarron sprrng prcnrc Twenry erqhl members worked parr fume as appren races under careful employer Irarnrng lhrs year HMM i anken and G V aurence Scherer D H R naol Wrl rams Kalhelme 1 Clasl ye 0 PfOblem on board ered Elchsledl IVY 'IO Qef ansifdf lolc al bulle! n board Ol Sla 6 oo 82 A An L' . V X , 5 Qs ' -N I , 'F 4,1 ' A A Q I D I 'f' 122 ' Lincoln Feb. 23-24 d b ' Ii ' . YQ I I I V in 'S , To I u V I V ' ' U N ', I . FEMALES INVADE MASCULINE REALM OF WOODWORKERS ATOM BOYS The Fax If Club wallced off wzfh ihrrd pnze Teachmg gurls how +o malce lhzngs our of wood and melal and repaxnng household malenals are lhe arms of Jrhe Fix I+ club Some of lhe prolecls +he club underloolc were The conslrucluon of roy chesls TV chasrs shoe raclcs melal 'rrays cedar chesls servung Jrrays and vanous sized and shaped bowls Achvmes for lhe year were a parly and +he conslruchon of a lhurd place lloal for The Color Day parade Serving as ollncers for lhe year were Joyce Young presudenl Connie Clanne vnce presudenl Anella Young secrelary and Judy Wulnes lreasurer Sponsoring Jrhe 2I Fax I+ members was Ken Shuclc hugh school unduslrnal arls unslruclor ter. Salllf F wick peqqy Forres h +O6nOpe!-ate one of the ITTGC H165 Sheets dn 0 ln 'lhe Shop 83 WOMAN wool, ecfs are Sharrell WWORKERSQWorl"n9 on fh We: lo llcoll' Charle elf Wood pro n erger and Sharon Nelsonne Woods Karen Henry Bela MEASURING LESSON Ofhcers Connie Clanne Nelfa Young Joyce Young and Judy Wulnes wafch Ken Shuclc :nscnbe a clrcle LADY LUMBERJ saw Wood are Maliglfs Demonslrafmg We Cone Y Jam Babb Ka HI ne Snare, Frances Bunger Sh c way fo Y anson and Karen Home ' aron Cloud I , ., H, I X A ' x in fhe Color gy parade wifh +his floaf. ., I 1 4 Y FUTURE HOMEMAKERS STRIVE TO UNDERSTAND HOME 'ff ANYTHING NEW7 Ellen EaTon Sandra Wnlkrnson Char loTTe Weedman Dlann Nerlson Donna Clark and PaTrncla Wlson Take a gander aT new buleTn board Glrls nnTeresTed ID home economlcs mem bers oT The EuTure l-lomemakers oT America helped promoTe beTTer undersTandlng oT The Tamlly and home and sTruved To become beT Ter TuTure cmzens Among Thelr prolecTs were makunq baskeTs Tor needy Tamllles aT ChrnsTmas and Thanks gnvrng and sTudyung The home l1Te oT one counTry Thus year They chose Japan They also had drTTerenT speakers and guesTs ThrouqhouT The year Thenr sprrng acTuynTnes Included a moTher daughTer banqueT a membership parTy rn The Tall Tor new members and The aTTendance oT The sTaTe convenTnon rn Lrncoln In Aprnl Shelra Jones was presndenT oT The club OTher oTTucers were KaThryn Powers vice presldenT Januce Wonka secreTary and Dar lene Sears Treasurer Therr sponsor was Mrs Eleanor Dolph NEXT LESSON GIRLS M s D pn le Tures To Caro Wonka e nard CaudTeCernn COMFORTABLE? Marque Eddnns Barbara SenTT Sharon C x Barbara Sh eld PaT STubbs ana Mary Ponce LAYING IN STATE So goes The Theme QT The Fl-IA Co cr Day ToaT WHATS COOKING Barbara I-lolrday Sh rrey L Dro ar ck Beyery Perce Mar yn Fer Us n ard Scna Pasrnan ff, 1 S is ' - ' 1 I , T 5 , . ' fi, . 1 a I . . V A v C V X I I . I ' i . ' - I ' ' ' -.... .-5, -- - 1 1 .fu . . . . ,,iug5' if sh.: . ' . T ,Ii I I - T I ' . I , . . - A S 1 .. fl 9 I 5 ' W ' f ' , I T e IT, Mar en Olso I ' e? e T. D ene Co I i , ll q o , T 84 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE KNOWLEDGE FURTHERED - awahdfmisfd , fi J 1"-5 ml T I r Q AK. - in 1 CLUB LEADERS-Leadlng a successful year were lsealedl DEMONSTRATE77 - Members GUS Mallne, John Mallm? Larry Vencill, Larry Sreel and Lynn McCall and lslandmgl Glen Lerl' Jerome Knoll and Larry Sundsrrcrn slnow ine dll: Bob Long, Soorsor Emer Scnrag and Gary Kulwlmanrx ferenr sfeps En gyrg a demonsfrarion, Gavel Club sponsored by rlwe vocalronal agrrculrure unsrrucror Elmer Sclwrag began n I955 +o lurrlwer The knowledge ol Hrs members rn llne use of parllamenlary procedure Tlwe club uses Hrs guide Roberrs Rules ol Order ro good advanrage In rhemr meerungs Tlns year Jrlfmey drvrded rlwe club rnlo groups lor unrra group comperlrron Larry Sreel headed flue club assrsred by Dennrs Vencull vrce presrdenl' Roberr Long sec rerary Lynn McCall Treasurer and Gary Kulwlmann reporrer STEP BY STEP Members Mrrl Cooper Charles Becluus Ron Ra ns M vm RL. dbac ard G ber Son ernan prese cub a den- ns'r PLAN FUTURE MEETING Ar: S Ga y We cocx Mary n Kr Herne o rn e c ess we I I 1 l ' ' ll ll 1 s s I I I - r I ' l I ' 5 I I . . It . .fx- , Pc' '.' A- M - L 'Z Vs Z Y F . ff . - it - 'er' enneman r Cd l, ' o C'l?:CTd . , 'tvyay a'd BV Malors I rn ua' olans :Cr a ss : f' rreefrg. - rr h . ' , .- ald F, , ar '. 'r' lc r I' r n . or ine l wlrlw - 3 - alior. CHRISTIAN FAITH GUIDES Y-TEENS TO REALIZE Y-TEEN OFFICERS-Jackie HGUSGP- KGVGU DIGCIVICIISI JUCIY MUSIC COMMITTEE-Virginia Schu'fz, chairman, leads music I-lansen and Kafhy RiChGfCISOn plan The YGGVIS acfivifies. commiffee members Kafhie Skinner, Barbara Olson, Barbara Amsfuz Lirda Hipwel, Judy Cox, Beffe I-losford Paf Rcder- man, Befh Ann I-lappie, Doris Griffis, Earlene Posf, Joan Manary, Norma Midd'efon and Sandra Brown in Y-Teen songs. "To build a fellowship of women and girls devofed fo fhe fask of realizing in our life fhose ideals of personal and social living fo which we are commiffed by our faifh as Chrisfians In fhis endeavor we seek fo undersfand Jesus and fo grow in fhe love of God This is fhe purpose of fhe Y Teen club which is sponsored by Erma Grill and lvlargaref lvlorfon Elghfy girls chose as fheur officers Judy I-lansen presidenf Jackie Hansen vice presrdenf Kafhy Richardson secrefary and Karen Dledrichs secrefary YTeen acfivifies included a Gef Acguainfed parfy YTeen Dance Dad Daughfer banguef lvlofher Daughfer fea senior breakfasf fhe Thanksgiving program and numerous pof luck suppers The girls also senf baskefs of food fo fhe needy on Thanksgiving and collecfed clofhing for a needy family in Kenfucky During fhe Chrisfmas holidays fhe Y Teens rang fhe bell for fhe Salvafion Army and also sold pofafo chips in fhe business drsfricf for fhe March of Dimes during January fam Y VI Ke' L- IW are -IUdY I'I5'l59n Karen D'ed"'CI'l5 Jean VGVVWG Slnanno Eg e He reffa Tracy Pa lne I-louch n Linda Peck Deanna Char ffe Wa"e Hen effa Tracy and Virginia Ranne Hl Joyce Tucker Sandra Clark Sue Ann Hanson Sue Basseff Linda Joliff and Dxie Kaelber 86 w. CLOTHES FOR KENTUCKIANS-Packirg clefhirg for a needy PROGRAM COMMITTEE-Taking parf in a panel discussion are il i if K: . I I , I i . n I , n f , , u i . i , A. , i 'o ., r . ,ri I I I I - i I, , , . ' , . y. y . 1 l IDEALS OF PERSONAL AND SOCIAL LIVING PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Malung posfers for flue YTeens dance are Jud: Woodford Arlene Knufson Dxane Ashmore San ra K llwarn Dorra Farmng Donna Dushn Janus Plwllps Karen Kaslwa Kay Srallord cnaurman and Joann Gannon SERVICE AND WORSHIP COMMITTEE Favors for Ihe Bellwesda Home are consfrucled by Terryl Banmsler Gayle Bran gan Belle Harraclm Lrnda Wells Caflwerlne Hall Janice Bufferworllw Nancy Baular Caflny Lelwrnann Lynne Yosl clwaxr and JoAnne Wrllson SOCK EM A b q blue and god soclc was flue cenler of +ne YTeen enfry In ine Co or Day parade Beverly Claus Vera June Dae and Sue Ann Hanson are flue Buldogs on Jrlwe loaf 'E YTEEN SPONSORS Erma Gr I and Marqarel Morron again Ied flwe Y Teens Ilwrouglw a successful year QQ? SOCIAL COMMITTEE Decorahng flwe Clwrnsfmas Iree ID Ihe cafelerla are Vrrgmua Rannue clwarrrnan Cluarofle Walfer Ju y Sfaples Brenda Becker Marnlyn Hall Marcia ry Donna Vencrll Barbara Murphy Donna Malflce Carole Olds Pal Mayer and Ceo Wlnfesel FINANCE COMMITTEE Duscussmg th sale of candy af flue nexl baslrefba garne are Co een Pnper Jean Vavrrna Pal Morgan C rce T Vle Ka en Dedrclvs B verly Ca S bara Lowe cnarrman Vera June Dale Jane Hyde Brenda Oson Eldeen Hoover Susan Sw I+ and Maris Brandf 5 I 4. , - - II ' d I I. ' ' I IA I A 1 I I y y J - - I ' II ' 1 Q . . . , , I . lv Q I d I , ' , ' F . ee - 1 ' I ' . fnnl. - r ' I I A , I - f' I? J. jg W . I , J - W . K fl I' r- f -s ' 'I -E - - I I I . a I u,, r I I,,Ie fI.,lBar- - ' I . . I ' I. - . ' , 1 ' , , I ' , I . 87 HUNTING FISHING ENJOYED BY OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS BRIGHT EYED ARCHERS Posmg for camera are Ron Lange Ronme Balmer Gary Garner Roberf Wrnclhorsf Dar rell Sukraw Robin Wnsner Rodney I-Iernzle Ron Kerfh and Ron Lunkwufz KEEPING INFORMED Officers Jack Adams Merle Reeves and Gary Bush look af new hunhng rules wrfh sponsor Bull McCowm DEMONSTRATION Showrng safely of guns are Gene I-I ll Denms Hraff Tom Eddms Clayfon Cooper Kenny Fahnholz Norman Gregg and Sfanley Bruce lcneelrng IT GOES THIS WAY Expla ns Armrn Edwards 'ro Warren Sarders Alan Brese Jerry Hansen Bull Mendenhall and Ron Schlem Servmng as officers of The Hunhng and Frshrng presrdenl' and Merle Reeves who held The offuce of freasurer The purposes of fhus club whrch has 32 members are fo lnferesf boys In hunfrng and fishing fo fallc abouf and undersfand game laws and regulafxons 'ro learn safefy hablfs and how +o abide by fhem JUST A LITTLE MORE Lloyd Flock demonsfrafes how fo srrrng a bow fo Jack Sfaples Norman Norfhey and Rrch Fourfner I . wg! 1 . gg J my g S gs A Club were Jack Adams, presidenf: Gary Bush, vice- x . . 1 ' . L . ' . 88 WE READ BOOKS WE RE THE TEEN AGE BOOK CLUB 1 NEW BOOKS Tak ng a look af lhe new bcoks are Donna l-lowe GOING TO READ? Carol Young checks our books 'fo lhe O I Lnnda Schearer Gary McErvem Cheryl Rasher Genda Morgan cers Arlene Chrls ensen Llrda Perklns and Rodney Grrfllfhs Lucle S hemo and Blsy Adams Presldenl ol 'rhe Teen Age Book Club lhls year was Lunda Perkins wnlh Arlene Chrlslensen servnng as ylce presldenr and Rodney Grnflulhs as secrelary Jrreasurer Purpose of The club spon sared This year by Carol Young us lo encourage recreahonal readrng along wlfh lrylng lo develop good reading hablls and lncreasnng pleasure ln reading Club members subscrsbe lo lhe Teen Age Book Club purchasing selechons each monlh Hugh lrghls of lhe year lor Jrhe 2I members are Jrhe lloar for lhe Color Day Parade and The annual Chrssl' mas Parry QPU A OST DONE F lsh ng buleh board Bl J l-lecken vely Eda N chols Kalhy Wonch Mercy Duarle Bar bara Caslor and Joe Brll ngs READING ENTHUSIASTS Reading non 'lrchon Wanda Clark Jo Ashburn Belh Eggerl Lunda Paushan June Ander son look ar lhe new books 89 I - - TQ 91 ... A l A ,gf Y 1 . x - I . X , - , ff'- . , .y . . . . . l' c l . - - . I - 1 - I l - ummm-V. ,, ,,,,M, h k N a Q' 4 i ua. . 1 S I 41 1 I , V H LM - In' I ' 'n are Ile o 'l , l - ',l . BULLDOG STATISTICS PROVE HELPFUL TO SCHOOL THIS WAY THEN OVER HERE C Ib + W Bulldog game slahshcs Jrhe OCIGCIIVG of a group of sporfs minded boys who made up a club oddly enough named The Bulldog Slalnsllcs Club Under Jrhe able leadershup of Delberl Luncoln Ronald Koca Roberl Carpenler Gulberl Wilkinson and sponsor Lamome Carmichael Ihe club lcepl andlvldual sfallshcs on all a'rhle'fnc evenls Jrhe Bulldog a+hle'res parhcupaled un They found +ha+ The lnformahon was very helpful lor everyone rn school lnleresled In fund :ng our how well lhe Plallers were doing BIG SMILE FOR CAMERA L y Ly h Phl R e Gale KE THOSE SCORES K p g h f a Ch les Joh s G I W G If d Ch 90 R ddle ff If , -explains Lamoine Car- michael lo Delberl Lincoln, Ronald Koca. Roberf arpenfer and Gi er ilkinson. II U ' ll I I I ' I I W' K Q- 5 s X F , . 1 ' ', , W I I' H . xxx , - GPF NC . 'I iv FG. EP - ee in c ar s re ar n on, I-Iunfingfon, Dave Beniamin and Lowell M rhn pose. Douglas Smi I-,I Sfeve ilkinsonl Jameg ri is an 5,-les I . GOREN SYSTEM LEARNED FOR USE IN BRIDGE - ITS MAGIC Loolnnq ai maguc square are Ray Smnfh HEARTS ARE TRUMP Learnrng the fundamentals of budge are Carol MCG-hghy Vernon Johns Francis Crowe and Pal Wnlluam Cunmngham Lowell Zeugner Rrchard Davis and Wesley Leech Haclcbarfh Acquurung knowledge of bridge by use ol lhe Goren syslern IS The prolecl lor lhe year lor The members ol lhe Melhemeguc Club sponsored by Don Eruclcson Officers chosen were Ron Tullle pres: denr ed Brown vrce presnclenl and Lanny Gray secrelary lreesurer L, Os f-Q-.y f SLIDE RULE MAGIC Don Erickson sponsor explains many uses of The sl de rue +o cub olhcers Ron Tuflle Lanny Gray and Ted Brown 9I f A I x 4 .. I - l . , T . T . ' ' , . I J . - , , f . l 3 5 - T 76 t ,, , . jf L Q ' Y-rj A -y'-2 ' f .I -, ' , ,,,, . V., A. ff. , . 'L X x A .. l 'TR Q I .- ,-A , , sl-I S a "' A - as 11 i 1 I I . , , . l I I 1 II YEAR'S LEADERS-Marlene Sch agel, sponsor, Karen Pau ser Jean Carroll, sponsor Sa y I-'a'haway Charlene Boclus, Jaclfe Kafhy Madsen, Pal Mayer, Be'+e I-loslord Linda Bredenrfer Pa+ - T Emplield, Karen Kirnba ,lance Mires and Joyce Nofghouse h I denl body in cheegigjclixxliie sealed are Ihe '58-'59 Pep C sb cabiner. dinq I 9 Sli dsen 5 Non, F ilhar I-Illeflea K we M6 . , i Cindy U N rII'IOUS9i 5 N Whileve' o Q o fpzi,fl2i1n Siliiaifs, U ' ri Newman 5 PeqQV PEP CLUB ADOPTS CONSTITUTION TO AID PURPOSE OF Selling candy and popcorn al loolball cgarnes, adverlisernenls lor loolball and baslcelball programs, decals wilh Ihe sch l . d bl oo narne an em em were some ol The proiecrs of lhe Pep Club under Ihe leadership ol Iwo new sponsors. Ivlariorie Schlagel and Joan Carroll. The organizalion sponsored a dance April IO, held several poIlucl4 suppers and lraveled Io Lexinglon and Scorls- blull lor garnes during Jrhe year. The 75 rnennbers, abiding by a new conslilulion lhis year, agreed Io wear unilorrns ol blue skirls, while swealers and blue and qold bulldog ennblerns. 'A '-.5 EARLY BIRDS-C e l a are PROGRAMS ANYONE7 G K n a L ar' r are MMC Y Sa Ora Cm Caroye Tuqe vans I-Ie a a a He Wa e L cl a L Calhy Le mann me ae ey P G Na Y B 'dr Re 5 l Mary Lair I Mme 5 O ass Obi plcg ams Graham Dan Jandebeur Karen McMichael, Bar NEI 5 ' QW ' ra S'IuIhe"r, Shei'a cry, VErg'n'a Schu Iz a 92 Karen Pausen Ialcing rarne.. -.4 ,' ffl! 5 . ' . 43' + , . ' -,:'4':F3 - ' -. , f D 'Q ' L L . ' J .. My 1 A-f f"? l , " 4 9 .Q 'T :ai ' Q' ,. ,, "' 1 'N Q 1 . 'Y A ' 4 X , Q, " ' 3 .i ' 1,-Q 1, ' i ' Q, 1 ,, Wy - I .7 t . 1, . .1 , x t' ', . . ' ' wtf, , W ' Lfij ua" , ,:, aft' K? 41, 5 5 I A , . , : 'ro -T." -'X' Ze J, ftli f fi f i if 5 4"'!'i"7 T19-if ,iff " " I ' Em? , 1+ ' ,- g ff.4.'gZ'2 f gf? . 'p ' ' .gg ' 'M 4 If K ' V 4 , 4 7 PEP ELU ,Ll WIGGLE THROUGH-A worm wiggiing our of an apple carried rrroagn rhe rherne oi rhe Pep Cob iioaf For The Coicr Day parade. BOOSTING SCHOOL SPIRIT Qbiecr oi rhe club is 'ro pronnoie schooi spirir loyaliy and enfhusiasnji for aii Norih Piaiie High arhlerics and ro encourage good sporrsmanship and rhe individual growrh oi each girl, Officers eiecred io represenr The club were Joyce Norrhouse, presideniy Saiiy Haihaway, vice- presidenry Be-ire Hosiord, ireasurerq Kaihie Madsen, secreiaryy Chariene Bocicus, rnerir secreiary' and Linda Brederneier, sergeani-ar-arms. S N V, Y 1 BULLDOG BOOSIERS-Par Brooks Donna Baker, Linda Sfooif- ali, Arieen Sohusier Sandra Brown, Jane? Shan-eyfef', Jarioe Norfhoose, Jane Peck Shanhon Egie Barbara Warson, Har- rierre Woods, Lrda Fiefcher Donna Thayer, Karen Henry, Bonne Magi V, Kay G's4er Linda Hegier, Jody Wi'nes Karen Paoisen and Beverfy Claes cheer rhe Buidcgs so Mcfory ai a baske-fbaii game. READY AND WAITING-Janie Bciferworrh Diane Ashmore, Barbara Oison, Karen Shaneyieir Marcia Praii, Deanna Hiii, Phyiis Lirfle, Marcia Fry, Bea Weirberger, Caroyn Tabier, Doris Griiiis, Norma Midd efon, Marcia Gicodse. Bonne Magi,' Jean Vayrina Diane Harper, Linda Peck and Janice Weyer nose For rre camera on rhefr way 'o sei candy ai a ioofbai game. gi 1 POSTER PAINTERS-Fixflrg co c'e of rhe signs rney rmglg ig- every garne are Brenda OSC' L"da Cr"e'iarso" Pa? Rcderrrar Earbara Lowe J,d-yi Hansen Kay XNai'hers, Jo Ar: Wiiison Chanorle McNeil Karen Diedrfohs Ma':'a roar' Pe-'ry' Van Ce-awe Brenda Becker, Jcd? Woodford, Lee Ga, e Hord aos Ka: Sraftorc 93 I OUR TOWN CLUB TOURS POINTS OF INTEREST hI and rnonds Donna SC em F H wes, TCW' hem!! I UN?-H ' . PLANS--SanCIY hid mp gchedde. Grd? Shoymg Chrnsfmag parm, fun I D rIene Smrfh C SH. , ' 'NSY Mason, Don are Dave Trfug, wma a arrey Burrious and Nancynii XIy11cMorrIs, Cheryl! Kunkerf CI Orrfs, ' I dnfferenf Iaces of bus: Prolec+s for Ihe 23 members of Ihe Our Town Club are Irnps Io severa p h Ih h ve observed Karlene Smu+h was elecfed presudenI wn+h Donna ness and discussions on w a+ ey a d I d Sandra I-Iowes as secrefary Ireasurer SchIem as vnce pres: en an d Ih ur ose of Ihe club as Io promo+e unferesf In Norfh Plarfe Sponsored by Thomas Lemmon s e p p busuness hrms and places of 1n'Ieres+ 'r of Ihe parfues are Sharon LEAVING7 Denns Parks Marreffa Nrsey Joyce Jerqenson Elz HOLIDAY FUN I-Iav ng I a one I N h P Dona Thayer Lrda So ka ScarIeH We-Ider Phy s L I abe+h Gave Judy Rrchardson Modesfo Vgxl and Caro as amer are Ieawng Io vsf one of Ihe NorIh PIa++e busmess fxrms . I - . I , N7 an f ' I I I - A- ' .M V I . 1 I lf, L' A, "QQ, 1 I , 51 B if I mg - , I , ' 'I , , IA - I an I I ' , 1' I ' 1 +C ' ' , U5 Me. ' . II ' ' . MUSIC ENSEMBLE MEMBERS FORM DANCE BAND , N, GO-Jerry Kexsey shows Gierda Bur- G amud R no Co" gee: MaruLe"7e Marvel! and Laha Becher row h- ,GGWWQ ' L4 9 dmv! 96,5 4: h,"ar. Musxc MASTER? MQLQLGW ETF A 5 ,- NAHVS fa Riff" 2" U Lwrfrfr K5 1:2 N Gfhcers +h1 year for The newly forrhec Mu C Ehsemkie Cfub are Clark LT ve preswdemk Marfanhe McLeTlah wce preswdehr and Joyce Cowh secrerary frea urer A mayorufy of The 20 members have forrheo a large dance band fhaf has Mrhwshed rhusm for wfuhchohs dprmq The year whdudwrwq The awmal Y Teeh dame Spohsormq The duo lhus ye-ar wa Lawrehce Rorhemaer WE COULD MAKE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC TOGETHER an ren M Lee ar Cl Fa m ra s J Mc V' a d Ca 95 ' 'S ' qt ' ' X ' I ' I X . ' ' 1 . 4 V47 . - . , N , . 'PFGZUCAFQ nel, shfrg 7,542 are C r' L'e, Jc,:e CCC? Jev, Has are '+ N se Larr, DeV"e'a' Rzjer Ncrcg Lefhaf' I rdrg L," Gffls, To Metcmber, Bere hard CC-CGTTZ' 'R T y Jfhhsf' Ji". Kees. Law Bebe: Dcrmf C. Lrg' r.'ar'i're Mzlefah JLGFTCTE Burial ' H: Ccxema' BIOLOGICAL WORLD INTERESTS SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS xl TEACHER TELLS PLANS Ofhcers Sherry Johns n Frank Parsh MAN EYE Lo Ir g ar a model ol lhe human eye are lm enn Ashmore J m Ha yerson P I En' eld Nd Gary I1 Wir Schulrz Ray Oc r Aan Shar? Jerry Walfon Jerry Zxeq er enf 4 en lo Harold S+ obel as he exp arns e n r lhe e en d Pla, p 5 L K AT THE BIRD Pornhnq al The wl rs Cares W q oo Ing rs Darw n Troyer Jrn Sarghmar Dayld lv' rqan elry ehson ry L nno a d B'l Sa . NEW PET-Talcng a ook al fhe new pal a'e Jack Anrhcny Jae Dou- cer. Sandra Ccrey, Par Baker, Ernesr I-lanwer, Jlrn Ewa' ard Kerirerh Beman. To berler acquannr srudenls wufh The blo loqncal world around Ihem IS Ihe oblecl of 'rhe Science Club sponsored by Harold Srrobel Elecred Io lead Ihe 36 members were Glenn Ashmore presudenf Frank Parrish vuce pres: denl Sherry Johnson secrelary Ireasurer and Barry Warwnclc and Gary Howard ac Iuvnly Achvnrles for Ihe year Include prolecrs for Jrhe sclence lair s+udy of Trees and annmals held Jfrups and quesr speakers CHECKING THE BULLETIN BOARD-Seeing what Is new are John Carl: Char'es Lieurarce Gary Br7mes Larry Bosn-ell, Jane Pecl Jer' Harm a'd Jthn Anderson. WHICH CARD?-Gayle Branigan, Barbara Murphy, Jane+ Howard and Janice Loolcharf glance al cards in 'Iheir debale cans. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FOR DEBATERS ACTIVE Thirfeen debale sludenls earned membership info Jrhe Narional Forensic League, a nafional honor sociely for sludenls inreresled in 'rhe field ol forensics. The value of Ihis organizalion is found in lhe encourage- menl and incenlive NFL gives To ils members 'ro become elfecrive speakers and hence more successful and inllueniial ciiizens in whafever endeavor Ihey choose. Bill Murphy was chosen as presidenf 'ro lead The group wilh Pal Mayer, vice-presidenlg Sharon Nelson, secrelary and Lynn Yosl, Ireasurer. I-lighlighl of Ihe year was Ihe sweepslalces lrophy which was awarded To Ihe Norlh Plalle squad ar Ihe Kearney Ivriivilariional meer Janf I2-I3. Kalhie Madsen and Jeff Orr received a second place 'rrophy lor individual Teams al Ihis meer. 4 ,L , I L IS 'fleece i,cg..,Q P QS I Alf S Hkw A-ser XL OFFICERS PRESIDE-Checking over fha NFL record bool: are in X I N X Q fs A Qi L Sharon Nelson, Pal' Mayer, Joan Carroll, sponsor, Bill Murphy UJU 'T AKIVNQK' ixkivuqt A CNA "bXcXChvc'm Bix S and Lynne Yosl. 37 WINNERS ALI.-Sharon Karis. Palrice Ruderrnan, Cafhy Lehman Kafhie Madsen, and Hell Orr display lhe Irophies won al' lhe Kearney debale I'ourname"'. STUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORS COLOR DAY TWIRP S M I L I N G SOPHO MORES Lours Vreyra Aaron Schad Jo Ann Perlnns Terry Drscoe Pafly McNally Wlllls Wiseman Jo Paulsen Jnm Koblas and lclc Jochum pose for Ihe camera JUNIOR LEADERS Wachhollz Brll Murphy Palfy Mayer and Karen Dnedrrchs +,v,+,e5 Twenry sux members ol Ihe Sludenl Councul were led by presndenl Jeff Orr vrce presudenr Joyce Norrhouse secrelary Gayle Branigan and sergeanl al arms Frank Caudrllo Ihrough anorher successful year ol governing Ihe sludenl body ol Norlh Plalle Hugh School Mrs Lnlluan Eberharl again served as sponsor ol lhe group whrch was responslble for many ol 'rhe achvlhes For lhe year The councul sponsored The Color Day achvrhes whnch rncluded a parade and an assembly whuch was presenled during Ihe alle-rnoon The enhre councrl Ioolc par? rn Ihe assembly which was wrlllen by olh cers Orr and Branugan Cllmax of Ihe Color Day achvshes was rhe crownmng of Joyce Norlhouse as Color Day queen during Ihe half lame ceremonnes The Iourlh annual TWIRP Weelc was agaln spon sored by rhe srudenl councrl and Ihls weelc ol feshvn hes was clsmaxed by an assembly where Ihe TWIRP Krng reigned over a Kangaroo Courl whrch punlshed vlolalors of Ihe TWIRP rules Agann a councll olhcer enrered lhe royalry ranlcs as Franlc Caudullo was chosen Io relgn as TWIRP Krng COUNCIL OFFICERS Frank Caudllo Joyce Nor L an Eberharl sponsor and Gaye Bran an In cn as Jeff Orr checks over rhe plans for he ,ear I I I g ' . 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F Ii I d 'rh ' ill , , ' , , , ' - 5 K r 5. house, 7'E , , I fg . ce I I Dee Koch Larry A drews Jerry Workman Tom Traulhen Connne Clarrne Jerry Engdahl Allen I-larano Vrrqlnra 1 Rannre and Roger I-leg SUCCESSFUL SENIORS I-Ielpung 'Io govern Ihe siuclenl' body lo Ihe n e err C555 year are Bowman M er Gary Jergensen John Klrby John Cronn Ken sh,-Ough flqe yearg ac WEEK TEACHER RECOGNI Yllkl R111 .4-l C uncu W'il'5 Wlseman F +ne 5+ dem O D Koch JGVY SWING lTdwFAerY'I'E?rr5 Euscoe Larry Qqdkijuvrsphy E:-wd Jim Kobxas a krnrgnab aion Schad EDU S Yfhfea Cdror Day 55 emby derhonshake dew ng ab W 5 Corsages and boufonnueres were presemked fo members of fhe faculfy by fhe councrl members a+ 'rhe second annual Teachers Recognmon Day whrch was held November I8 The councrl encouraged The srudenf body fo dress up In +r1bu+e +o 'rhe feachers Among fhe many ofher proleds of +he sfudeni councrl was The purchasnng and decorahng of +he Chns+mas season WHY Peck +ffHeA FHOOMNG7? r and as pun,5L,meM fjord Aaron S 0 TWfR ad COLOR DAY ROYALTY Sh dey Sufherland and Ka+hxe Skrnner look as Jeff Orr pre s J yce Norh us wnrh fhe Color Day crown rrg fhe hah: tm of +he Norfh Pave Gra d lsrand Fo fball ga P Week m and Jaro rsdemeapor S 99 I .---Y V g , . - 1 J " W r Fmk Ha It Sy, We W " A 43 1,1 huge Jrree which sfands in fhe main hall during fhe on sen' -or ho' e " I dui. 'F e - ' r - rr Q, me L I J ' '. I " ' r V ch ' fd FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA CHAPTER -,,,f l Schleq PRIZE BEEF--E 'hr In oinls Io I. nn McCall a'Id I QI EW Tp? I-Q Ie P Y PROU2+3FFaCj55SWiilgqRl Slgnygglslfiflllpljgxlt Gary Wocdcocn Is Gary Kuhlmanh. I.arfY N 9 ' Gary Ku man I Mccaly and plaque. Developmg agnculrural leadershIp cooperahon and cIIIzenshIp are The aIms of Ihe F FA OVQGFIIZGIIOFIS sponsored by Elmer Schrag Commumly Serwce Earmnqs and Saymgs Rec: rea+IorI PUIJIIC Relallons LeadershIp Sc:holarshIp Cooperahve ACIIVIIISS Salefy and Con ducl malce up lhe mme comrmllees and GCIIVIIISS also carrIed on In VGFIOUS conlesfs Through oul lhe year PET P If C 5 V URE BUILDERS I-I rd af H D BV' V V' V IOO , . . . I - I I ' I I I I I ' ,f - AN , F II .n X CVM 'R Rfd' FI: dxf 9 Cfif :Me . . I ., Car A se-Ngp 'f5GIlbe I se-nm, PUT - a work are eryy Saa"':" I- 37 and Mlrl Cff -H :F D-was E:ck,g Frasoa Kesar Rorald Reps Ez' I-Lg" "pw- br ,lu Jffvf Ga 'ef Dems Call and Lary lhovpscm. DEVELOPS LEADERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE FUTURE FARMERS-Pe++ ng a Inoq are Chffcrd Hemenway en Malrf oI'n Ma n an G s Ma ne HAMMER AWAY-Hard af work are Donald Lunkwlfz, Den- nis GIIber+ J?m Laniis. S+anIey WiII'1eImson and Dannie LunIcwI+z. The 60 members were beaded by Denms Vencrll presudenf Lynn McCall yvce presrdenf Gary KuI1I mann Qecrerary Bob Lonq Ireasurer Robun Wrsner news reporrer and Larry S+eeI Senhnel fmnw G SIQV' 9 may rg Marv F YS PRQJALENT MD if v wr Quin Qfeqfa moe-ness WWA Larrl SD ' G CI NC' e L I- df Lev 5 e Caf 6 afY IOI PREMIUM QUALITY Dale Yo nq O m Wrsner and Denms Vencull examune beef A 1 ey J If E J , H , ' of 1 X I .1 Q I . L5 v U . T 6 . 1 rm. 3' Z ' N' I QQ Sr I X kfdgb :Ur ,- In ' I few, I NSEC' ,ny ergm G, M ea, 6 - -- xx , R b- MURDER!!-Tre ave a :ere ,AQ 're or" 'awe 9 as X . or M: , Raslon ' :J Le: spraw ed across ' 3 suspense ' Moasewap, Ly V s ill GET IT STRAIGHT-Beware' Bussel prfnofer' Rosem Y Sma -void assigranl c"i-C .ard C419 :rv ard Us N-5 ALMA.-4 ARE YOU ACCUSING ME?-Bi' if 'ne Cai: :ay"':1e's as F, , - 0 Y U ,V , . L1'?'i'2' 'Q fi' Q'QvN. v lf VC.L'-'f', 'ffi'5Il E'v'C15'C'E' fi" CE"i'Q 're murder 5 rfrae Arcs: a': l-fair Urea 5 CLASS PLAYS HIGHLIGHT Eiqlil iuniors made up llfie casl ol llwe iunior class, p ay, "The Mouselrapfl presenled in 'rlie senior lfiiqlw audilorium Nov. 3-4. Molly Ralslron was played by Janel l-loward, Giles Balslon was played by Bruce Warren. Delreclive Trol- ler was played by Kenl Allen, Mr. Paravicine was played by Allyn Eaves, Miss Boyle was played by Susan Swilli Micliael Anqelo was played by Jerry Enqdalil, Miss Casewell was played by Janice Mires Jean Maura rope", YZ-rx 'sarrg 2 1' and rm s' rs" 'e a 'uimerds L' "ace is "V .ss P - la' " 'U bi A l Ci and Mayor Melcall was played by WHICH oNE is REALLY GUILTY7-Daley gli' 1 as-,isa by Ken- fs.: Lam' Ymllq' ler -es'A:r rr' ers 35 'Le lvlgflg,-.9 Rf lguggla ,J figs ,saw L- ii . ii 5,?eqyv5f,ej aes? :yy JV5 piwc : Sv f SEQ! Wlwo murdered Miss Boyle? ECW CY S-San Sf-i'+ Vvif New 2- "Y Ersvf G s 'lair Melia' av was rlwe Quesiion dwe irc! in lrlie Larry Yosrg. minds ol llwe audience all llrirouglw llnis llwree acl myslery unlil a climax was reaclwed in rlie llwird acl and Delrecrive Trollrer was revealed as lrlwe insane murderer. George Nicoviclw direclred llve play wilm Rosemary Smallwood as- sislinq. Beverley Bussell acled as piomplrer, and Coleen Piper and Donna Jean Ma++l4e were in clwarge ol slaoe properlies. THAT lSN'T TRUE!-Manreff Harfscn Brady R:b'n Rasmus- COURT COMES TO ORDER-TI'e p'ay casf anrkipafes ine ser, irczs e-amres Razrg' Brefrr, Lynne Yosf, as members of fria' as IVI5l'I'EEll Harrison Erady, Robin Rasmussen: Tern 'Le ivy ire' "'ei'f',f. Omer members of 'fre capri room ir'- Daifefpom. Bi Merpiwyq Mrs. Brady, Kay MaI'iaTiy3 Henry Cade Henr, Dfarrmord Bowman MiI'er' ReuIer's Man. B'I Drummond, Bowman MiIIef and Bedram Cehes Ray Sfevens Leff: E. K. Hcrnbecl Demo Srauqbwzsyq Barbara Murphy. wair protedwes +5 s+arr. ,ledge Ed Hem," Meeler Darfef Leacb and Harry Y. Esfer- brocI Girdcn Hawaii: YEAR'S DRAMA ACTIVITIES Mlnnerir Tne Wind! by Jerome Lawrence and Roberr E. Lee was qiven by memberz oT me L59 senior dass as me annueI senior class pIay May 5 in Ine Iwign scInooI audiforium. The day porfrayed fine evenIs wnicn 'rooIc pIece in Deyron, Tenn,, darinq JuIy of I925 invoIvinq a rrial berween WiIIiam Jennings Bryan end Cierenie Darrow, r3rofninenI aHOrneyS of IIWQI Iirrie. Bowman MiiIer and Robin Rasmussen were chosen Io pIay ine Iwo Iawyers wifn Ray Sie-Yens as me younq man, BGFT Gares, who is on IriaI Tor infrodecing Darwirfs rineory in his grade HELPFUL HINTS-Kem MNST V599 mamqefi SIMM KWH' Diedrfcks J,dy Hansen, Norma MfddIeIen, Nancy Bai'ar. SCTTOCI CI555' Laora Havens and Par MiIer where Io p'ace cLia'rs. Lynne Yos+ pIa,fed 'be CQTT QT Racrei Brown me minsoers deuoiver VvL'O is in Io-we w74in fre yomo ma' on Iriaf. Demi: SIiauqI1ness,' is 're reoorler wr: owes Vs sarincei ooirions rrroececa' 're fra' an: Ka, Manalfy 7' 'ne wiTe QI one Q5 fre Iaw,e-ri. Gwen 'nemberi 3: 'ne i Kgljier E3 H5-"f, Darre-1Lea: Jed. Cer Kewe Mayer Vfa e VVn'fe V' e Alien Ke. S'e5::': dex Cf' Jrn Caper, Jfrn CTM B' 6'C"'3'Z ICM C L, .. fern Ari Mr' q f- TOWN TURNS OUT-Tre C':.-.d ga" " es M's. B'ad,', Kay Mabafiaf and Ma?'rew' I4a'r's:'1 Brady, Reb? Rasmpssen are we'CCn'ed by Mayer Jcbn Cronnq Rev. Jere-"ab E':-2' Ke' K':Ic'e" a'd We rna,:"s 1--'fe Ka'F'e Madse? I03 ROUND-UP STAFF BOASTS TWELVE GIRL EDITORS ANNUAL EDITORS-Co edulor Gayle Branlgan and Brenda Beclcer edrlor look over pas? Round Up CLASS EDITORS--Cl1arlo'f're McNeal and Lunda Brederneuer MW' ...Q ACTIVITY EDITORS Brenda Olson and Pal Ruderman 'rake a rmnufe from llnelr worlc lo pose l r carnera MUSIC EDITORS Judy Van Horm and Carole Tuffle look over lufure layouls COPY EDITORS Peclunq away al llfrerr fypewrwlers are Pa'r Muller and Lee Gaye I-lord --uni ART AND SPORTS EDITORS Joann Gannon and Mar ca Hahn clneck dead ne sclned les if -yy " I Q eg. A gf, are lward af work as flue deadline approaches. ' - 1 ir y y 1' 5 2' I ? I . , ? S f L , ' 1 J 7 f-, S-. I ' - - l I04 BULLDOGGER STAFF PRINTS WEEKLY NEWSPAPER lains IO her Jell Of' exp THIS WAY.-Pholoqfap 'b . ISI-DOCi?TEiIIIors Mike Allen and -Iolm KN Y TradlHon was broken Ink year by HThe BuHdog- germ asil was pubHshed weeHy aHernaHng each week befween four and mx pages Norllm Plarle was runner up for Ihe sweepslakes Jrrophy a+ 'rhe srare lournalusm convenhon IN Lun coh November7 and 8 wdh Ken Koher dacmg larsl an IOUFDGIISIIC Ierms Gayle Branrgan Iakung larsl place rn news wrrlrng and Rosemary Smallwood leading Ihe news Iealure wrders Par Ruderman rared a second pbce In proof readrng and Par k4organ phced second In news paperlayoul Journalrsm advrsor rs L A Hamsa SET THAT TYPE Pal Ruderrnan reads pr o Ed lor e IO5 Lxxxx wt 'U PUT IT IN HERE-Copy Edifor Gayle Branigan, Edllor Ken- nelln Kokler and Feafure Edilor Brenda Becker ser 'rype for Ilwe Bulldogqer. TIME OUT FOR GRUB Journallsrs enloy lrrne ouf from usy scnedue af Tlwe Ds'rcI' press cl nc ned n Lex ngfon T AWAY Ca y Le rnann Br rda O cl B rager L da Ckr I ace lo os camera I I b H in I az : a 1 . 'J arf, . - cor + I Le Gayle l-lord as Vey burn rlre rrfdrfgn' o' af +ve Trfbune. YPE - lk I-,, e fson an oslness Mar 7n I Is7enson +' fnne our p e for TOP BRASS-Lmda Crr's"a'::' Ke' Kcber and Lee Gayle Herd 'ead Ire and Str: 'r years acllymes. DATE ser cs, Q G CLUB FOR JOURNALISTS UPHOLDS CODE OF TRUTH l'Ye Slwall Know Tre Truln Ano Tre Trullw Shall Malce You Free"-llwe code ol Qulll and Scroll lnllernanonal honorary soclely for Holm sclwool lcurnallsls. Members ol Ilne Norllw Plalle Hlqlw Scnool clnapler slrlved lo uplwold lnfs code as seyen members formed a5 a nucleus for promolinq lournallsm as a worllwwlwile acIIvIIy. Gayle Branlqan and Pal Ruderman were inliialed early in Ilwe year and ar a speclal banquel a+ The end ol llwe year recelved Inelr cards and plrs along wlln olners who were made members during April. YOU DO IT THIS WAY Officers were Lee Gayle I-lord, presidenf' Ken Kolfer, vice-presidenl and Llnda Clnrlsllanson, secrefary-freasurer Ofner members were Judy Van I-lorn and Brenda Beclcer, Members lnllialed ln fkprli were Pal Morgar, Dorna Jean Marllce, Bill I-lord, Ron Ruff, Rosemary Smallwood, Mllfe Allen and Marcia I-labn, Beverley Russell. To be qualilled for membership, a sluderf musl lwaye done exceolional worl4 in Ine lield ol Iournallsm, musl be In Ilwe upper one-Iourllm ol nls class and musl be recommended by l'ls adviser and approved by 'ne 7r+erf nalrloea' secrelary. EVERYONE PRESENT+Bre'da Eecfe' Jud. 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Larry Green was also chosen as The mosT ouTsTand- ing player. being selecTed by a voTe oT The Team. I-Ie was a TirsT Team Taclcle on The oTTicial WesT Big Ten Conference honor Team and was on The Telegraph-BulleTin annual WesT Big Ten second Team. Jerry Worlcman led The Team in poinTs scored, he also gained The mosT yardage, buT carried The mosT Times. l- VARSITY COACHES-Don Erickson, assisTanT coach, Duane Luebe, head coach, and Lamoine Carmichael, assisTanT coach. LET'S GOI-Bulldogs Gary Kosbau 82, Tom TrauThen, 59, Terry Discoe, 57, Mike Johnson, 60, Bill Gale, 84, Ken WachholT'z, 74, and Herman Caudillo, 7I, lead The squad cnTo The Tield in one of The n'ne varsiTy games of The season. JERRY WORKMAN LEADS THE TEAM IN POINTS SCORED A LET GO, YOU GUYS!-Doug Gascoclc looks on as Ron RuTT TighTs Tor exTra yardage, Nor+h PIaH'e 0 McCook 26 McCook handed The Bulldogs a 26-O deTeaT on The Bison Tield OCT. IO. Bill Braun led The McCook aTTack ToTaling l72 yards rushing. Ken WachholTz dis- played a Tine iob oT punTing wiTh NorTh PlaTTe being Torced To punT seven Times. The Bison were only able To reTurn Two oT These Tor Two and Ten yards respec- Tively. The PlaTTer passing aTTacIc was im- proved as They compleTed six oT Twelve aTTempTs. HEY COME BACK HEREIfQo' hfeiiner 64 a'3 Doug Gasczcr 62 oursse a Sid'e, Ea :arr'e'. NorTh PIa++e 0 Sidney 6 The wiTches were oL,T Tull Torce Hal- loween nighT and eyidenTly casT a spell on The Bulldogs as The Sidney Maroons elced ouT a 6-O yicTory. During The annual Dads NighT, The Buidogs displayed Their besT oTTense oT The season as They com- pleTely ouT-played Sidney. Ron I-IeTTher, senior halTbaclc, wha ToTaled II9 yards rushing, gained almosT as many yards as The Maroon baclcs combined. fx! ROOM FOR ONE MORE?-Ron WaTson iunior end plurges 'rTo a' F-fiance garre pwe-sp. NorTh PIaTTe 0 Alliance I5 InTercepTions played an imporTanT role in The second WesT Big Ten game oT The season on OcT. 3. In The Third guarTer Ken WachholTz inTercepTed an aerial TIighT on The NorTh PlaTTe 4I, which led To The deepes+ Bulldog peneTraTion oT The game. I-Iowever, Perez oT Alliance made anoTher inTercepTion, which sTopped The proposed goalward iaunT by The Bulldogs. hcfi PROBLEMS?-Coach Duane Lu-ebe's Tingernails begin To dw'ind'e as a cruoal play is e1e:uTed. Ken Wacclnol'z Ron Beeson D'clf Jochem, Herman Caudillo, Doug Glas- coclc Dae Jshrsw' GiberT W'k'sson assisTanT coaches Lannore Cavrcrael and Don Efcicscn share his ar-key FOOTBALL TEAM COACHED THIS YEAR BY DUANE Norfh PIaH'e 0 Kearney 7 The Bulldogs came wifhin one yard of a possible fie wifh fhe Kear- ney Bearcafs in fheir firsf Wesf Big Ten encounfer, Sepf. I2. Senior end. Ron Heffner, and senior halfbaclc, Frank Caudillo, were defensive sfandoufs for fhe Bulldogs. Juniors Jerry Workman and Larry Andrews led offensively. Norfh PIaH'e I9 Hasfings I9 I-lighlighf of fhe Bulldog season was a fie wifh fhe favored I'-Iasfings Tigers on fheir gridiron. Sepf. 26. The combinafion of a single wing affaclc mixed wifh fhe surprise splif-T formafion, rugged offensive and de- fensive play gave fhe Bulldogs fhe fie wifh fhe surprised Tigers of Hasf- ings. The defensive sfars of fhe even- ing were Ron Ruff, Larry Green, and Robin Rasmussen. Doug Glascoclc and Jerry Workman were offensive sfandoufs. LUEBE DON ERICKSON AND LAMOINE CARMICHAEL ' 'rx' ,f f, , I ,:,- Y' 3 'x 4 in no . f ,,,W'5s" EW - ,451 , L V1 ' l L J A I U vb 54 QW M " S' " 'Z' 9 M 4 if , W ' 1 5 i 1 . A 3 W 'W k .. ' 5, 5 'J 219 . 4 ' " -- 9 ' -- ' ' ,A F-if Q .1-3 , 1 ' x gif 5 at wa, A ., J , S 3 KSA i vig 3 . U Ffa 4,,:,?w In Johnson M Knaive Leach McCain fg -, 6,--L W4 .5 X. 'r:" Rasmussw Ruff 7 5 M if E, wg 2 ,Q ETWEGU Wachholh F Wahon F I Lk Windhog gWorlzman ww I0 SENIORS, I5 JUNIORS, 6 SOPHOMORES, 2 STUD VARSITY SQUAD-Third row: Torn Griffilh, Terry Discoe, Dick Jochern Dale Johnson, Darrell Leach, Bob Carpenier, Ron Wafson, Jarold Peck, Larry Green, Gill:-err Wilkinson, Larry Andrews, Robin Rassussen. Second row: Don Erickson, assislanl' coach: Lamoine Carmichael, assislanr coach: Ron Beeson, Bob Knaive, Ron Ruff, Ron Heffner, Jerry Workman, Ron McCain, Bill Gale, Doug Glascock, Ron Wall, Duane Luebe, head coach. Firsf row: Jared lnlerholzinger, manager' Herman Caudillo, Ken Wachholrz, Don Brooks, Willis Wiseman. Tom Traurhen, Mike Johnson, Gary Kosbau. Dan Windhorsr, Ken Nielson, Vic Janecek, Dee Koch, manager. WHAT DO l DO NOW?-Larry Andrews allemprs To evade lhree Grand Island players. Norfh Pla+'I'e 6 Grand Island 47 The Grand Island Islanders paid lillle arrenrion ro Color Day lieslivilies al Norlh Plalle l-ligh, as lhey delealed The Bulldogs 47-6, Ocr. I7. Larry Andrews and Mike Johnson were lhe big ground gainers lor rhe Plalrers. Jerry Workman wenr over from lhe lwo yard line for Norlh Pla+'re's only rouchdown. hs., ,-0. rw. swlNe YOUR PARTNER-Ken wscrrain vies wirh a Lincoln player as Jerry Work- man looks on. Norfh Pla++e 7 Lincoln 34 A shilry Lincoln backlield spelled doom lor lhe Bulldogs in Jrheir second game ol rhe season, Sepr. l9. On a punr re- Jrurn handoll from Doug Glas- cock, Jerry Workman sailed unlouched down lhe field lo score rhe Bulldogs' lone rouch- down. 4 MANAGERS EARN LETTERS FOR '58 SEASON JAY VEE SQUAD: Third row: Larry Gerken, Willis Wiseman, Pai Leach, Dick Jochem, Delberl Lincoln, Norman Gregg Jim McWilliams, Jim Koblas, Tom Harris. Richard Mafilce. Second row: Doug Green, manager: Aaron Schad, manager Jim Ellioi' Charles Mills. Roger Voss, Ed Rilner, Bernard Childersion, Jim Duslin, Jim Kime, Phillip Rivera. Firsi' row: Ron Beeson Clair Soren son. coach, Louis Vieyra. 3, JAY VEE COACHES-Ken Shuclc and Clair Sorensen. f, .X Norih Norrh Norlh Norih Norfh Norlh Norfh Plaffe Plaiie Plalfe Plafie Plaiie Plaile Plafie SEASON 0 7 A. , ,,,.I4 .... .. 6 , O . , ,, ,....l9 RECORD Arnold ,... Alliance Sidney ,,,,,,,, Grand Island McCook Scoilsblufl Kearney JAY VEE SQUAD-Second row: Gary Kosbau, Bill Herd, Sieve Wilkinson. George Peiers, Gilbert Wilkinson, Bob Carpenfer Terry Discoe. John Harper, Jim Graham, Dale Hunfingfon. Firsf row: Jim Herrod, Don McNeil, Bill Slagle, Roger Sfoclcall Gary An drews. Ken Nielson, Kern Harshbarger. Denny Chrisfianson, Randy Meriens, lvan Mcivluriry. Kneeling: Ken Shuclc, coach BULLDOGS HAVE A SUCCESSFUL HONORARY CAPTAIN-Bunger was selecred by his ream- males as honorary caplain and was chosen 'For lhe Big Ten lWesl Divisionl All-Sfar le-am. VARSITY TEAM-Second row: Jim Smirh varsiry coach: Larry Andrews, Gary Jergensen, Garry Magill, Gary Bunger, Ron Wafson, Bob Carpenler, Terry Discoe, Larnoine Carmichael, iunicr yarsily coach. Firsl' row: Milne Bolan, sfudenf manager: Ron Heffner, Ron Ruff, Ken Wachholrz, Ray Sfevens, Sfanley Schrag, Bil Herd and Allen Harano. srudenl manager, boas+ of a rewarding season. Despire rheir 3-I5 official baslcerball record, lhe Norrh Plalre sguad earned much credil during 'rhe l958el959 sea- son. An aslerislc in rhe record book shows rhal The Bulldogs really won ll and losl 7. Unlcnowingly using an ineligible player, rhe Bulldogs gaye up rheir lfirsl eighl wins. They 'fied wilh Kearney for lasl place in rhe Weslern Division ol rhe Big Ten Conference, bul' would have been runner-up for 'lhe lille wilhoul 'lhe lorfeilures. ln rhe dislricr meer ar Scorrsblufl rhe Bulldogs gol Their lhird craclc al rhe Scofisbluil Bearcars airer edging our Grand Island 57-53 in The opening round. lr was rheir besr ball game of lhe season as rhey pushed rhe Bearcars inro an oyerlime, which linally ended in a 57,55 vicrory for Scolrsblulf. Gary Bunger, Larry Andrews ano Ken Wachholrz led rhe leam in rhe scoring wirh 238, 2I5 and l28 poinrs re- specriyely lor rhe season. Frank Caudillo, Ken Wachholrz and Larry Andrews gained honorable menrion for 'rhe Big Ten All-Srar learn. I20 EASON ALTHOUGH PLAGUED BY CIRCUMSTANCES DON'T FIGHT, BOYS- Tefrf DMN, a Ci an cpposh-g phyef bofh Cnfne diwf vv'+F 419 ba' af +L-e sawn Mme. We don? kr-cu wL'O gc? I+. Do ycu?7 .N yogk M69 '. 5 6 Garry waxing DON ax MY we D dfbb T GET GRABBY M we BP-LW! ow 'S L5 L 5 af 'W I 5 ERES Grafd Nga W5 C 4 A V 'VS fAr'dr vines Hawaii 9 R-Iowes gef O l2I UNNER-UP TROPHY IN DISTRICT AA TOURNEY IT'S MINE-Larry Andrews comes ro a screeching hall as a Kearney player sleps in lronr of him. I-le gof The pass away and The Plarlers scored again. Norfh PIa++e 44 Has+ings 55 A cold seco'nd guarrer in which lhey were oulscored I4 To 4 conlribuled grearly lo rhe Bulldogs Iirsr loss of The season +o I-laslings. Bunger again roolc scoring honors wilh IO. "'Nor+I1 PIaI'+e 58 Alliance 38 Norlh Plarre won ils lfirsr Wesf Big Ten ouring al Alliance, Franlc Caudillo led The Bulldogs wirh l3 poinrs. F-Q., LOOKS LIKE FOOTBALL-Frank Caudillo grabs +he baslcefball like a Toolball and charges for lhe baslcef. Too bad, he was Iraveling. Nor+I1 PIa++e 63 ScoH'sbIuff 64 The Bulldogs almosl won anolher Big Ten viclory buf wilh 2l seconds remaining and leading by one poinl a pass inlercepfion by The Bluffs paved The way 'lor 'rhe needed baslcel. Bunger led Jrhe scorers wilh 23 while Larry Andrews had l4. "'Nor'I'h PlaHe 72 McCook 49 The Bulldogs scored 44 poinls in The second half lo down The Iv1cCoolc Bison for Their second Big Ten win. Caudillo led The scorers wilh 2I poinls, mosrly on 20 and 25-fool shors. "'Nor+h PIaHe 67 Kearney 53 Kearney absorbed a 67-53 loss al The hands of The Plarlers as +he winners again used a gib second half 'ro lake rhe game. l-lalf-lime score was 24-24. Andrews and Bunger each had I7 poinls. "'Nor+I1 PIaH'e 63 Grand Island 57 The Bulldogs eyened up rheir inler-divisional Big Ten record wilh a 63-57 win over Grand Island. Andrews lecl lhe Plailers wilh l5. "'ForfeiI'ed 0-2 GIMME THAT BALL-An unidenfilied Plalfer along wilh Gary Jergensen play marbles wilh The bah. Ncrlh Plafle won The game 55-36. I23 OH, FOR THE LIFE OF A COACH--Fwf 5i"'I LEW" 'nfl CEU" f"2" Y" "E" .'I'L Wfsadfz " B.. Sfg A . . , - M SM . ,,, , -A .- rfzffv H3 V1 PLATTER CAGERS PROVE MORE THAN ONCE 1 REACH, BOYS, REACH ' 55+ CIL1i1"6'A ceiwe Nor+h Pla++e 56 Nerf? p1653fQ Hone' of Norfh Pla++e 46 A fffdcf 'ff. 'f11 A f .Mr-Lf 7 fb-f "Forfei+ed O-2 124 I2-pchf eat cf Lei' C' 'fm 'Norfh PlaHe 69 "Me: O3 :dvi Lexing+on 6I me BL. 3216, cow LQ- fit-2 Ve Piwefi vie Feb 5 urea A' 'Q 54-53 50 +ve F Mc -vp "e ScoH'sblu'Ff 74 4'far'xm'1 We XXVGSF BYU Te' Cwamocnif Lf 2 ed a"Qf S"M"bLlf Vex:-ed Wem 74 in LN, Bea+rice 7 I Lew... gf, :pimp M .,.k1 cv, Q Bddcqi 'vG'G 3016" C. Pwffue 7' 45. Bfgef Pet 13 53' Hive' ,ff"'f1 'ffm' Norfh PlaHe 78 Kearney 62 NU" Zane, B.. iii' ww MQW 'Q' Cx-CAG! baske ci Give if ,Q if e, 1'9" :few Cui' fax: Vefbe. 3:99 Cree if sins. Nor+h Pla++e 78 Alliance 62 We pf:"6'l cwwxiex We ffvieff 5, iigi of Awefcp O3-59 '55, 'ad ' 3 '1 M? Wife faxiy :of +P .ecopd Md B130 v.i1 53155:-'N Fiqh ,QM N7 poiwt. Norfh PlaHe 6l McCook 7I MgC::- "6 lriefg "if, Cv 5 5 e Sc"e'.'nez ' ever' pa-,s 'o ro der ar T'e e"i: as ard even 're payers. BJ 'rhe Tina award is Thar 5 r'liC"'V S'Z2"3, ATC CC CCBC' S 3 C1 5 6'E C' " " C SO 'VST Bppfilfi . THEY'RE A TEAM TO BE DEALT WITH CAREFULLY Nor+h PIa+'re 57 Holdrege 58 The Bulldogs dropped lhe lasl game of lheir regular season in a rhriller which saw lhe score lied len linnes To l-loldreqe. Larry Andrews lied for game scorino honors wilh 20. Nor+I1 PIa++e 57 Grand Island 53 Nol expecled lo show much power in lhe Dislricl AA Baslcelball lonrney al Scollsblull, lhe Bulldogs bounced lhe Grand Island Islanders from The four- nex by cornnq ironn oehind in lasl Iwo rninules lo win 57-52. Bunqer had I2 poinls and Bill I-lord and Ken Wacnhclrz each IO. Nor+I'1 PIa++e 55 Sco++sbIu'Ff 57 ln olawieo Meir ine" oarne ol the ,ear fhe Bollf oooi Forced 5inf'fow.55 in'o an ove"""e before OOWIAG 57 55 'r fee iraw ol the dis'r':' ioerneg. Bill I-lord .hr 're ner? if The fzfwne at Vi 20525 Cher 'n ine 'T,4'7'T 'e'n":' C: 're Came 'ied T59 fore. lie 'hffreif E wuer 'orrd no ' Vlfaih holrz eafn ff' I4 STUDENT MANAGERS4rfeep' .gn --L. F. I-'- :,-. an -- ff 3 a -znawsw '- 1 Lf- A-3 --snf--:Q jug: .55 ,-9 3-V-5-1 FEEL MY MUSCLEfB? Cwrrtff o: Siolfsbluli els Gary Jergewen of 'ne Panera a'd B' De'f3'f'r:f I F'-3 "WUS'Il9"I'7.L where 'S lhe b5l?7? . p..N-f,,:,:1f--r-.,a. -. JUNIOR VARSITY PLAYERS POST 7-6 SEASON NO YOU DON'T-A ScoTTsb'uTT player Takes The rebound away Trorn Doug Glascoclc as Gary Kosbau, Gale l-TunTingTon and Doug BurTon rnove in. The NorTh PlaTTe High School junior varsiTy baslceTball Team, coached by Lamoine Carmichael, ended Their season wiTh a record oT seven wins and six losses, They scored 629 poinTs To Their opponenTs 600. The iayvees losT Their TirsT Two games To The reserves oT Ogal- lala 36-44 and l-laslrings 43-50. They played Alliarce Twice and in boTh rneeTings came ouT The viiTors by margins oT 54-48 and 61-59. The ScoTTsbluTT reserves proved To be Too sTrong Tor Them in boTh oT Their rheeTings as The l3luTTs scored 47-39 ard 43-38 vic- Tories. McCook Tell To The reserves 'wice 50-44 and 36-29. Kearney rhade iT Two overThen1 lo. scores oT 57-55 and 62-47. l.exingTon, Grand Island, and hlolorege were all vicTi'ns To The young Bulldog cagers by scores oT -il-35. 59-35 and 70-47. l-ligh scorer Tor The year was Doug BurTon wiTh I I2 coinTs Tor an 8.6 po7'Ts per game average. KerT Allen was close behind wiTh ll0. OThers sincluded Ja'o'd Pec? 57, Gere l-lfll 54, Gary Kosbau 45, Gale T-lurTirgTon 34 Roger 5T:clfall 32, Terry Discoe 29, Doug Glascoclc I6. Bob Carcenier l5, lfan 'v':VurTr. ll, Carroll Ce-darburg l0, Ron Beeson 8, Johr 8 Joe lfouceT 6 Pa' lfagill 4 Jim McWilliarr: 3 Dennis Chfvia for 2, Ron Wall 2 and Larry Young and Da' Wlndhorf' C l26 ALL HANDS4There's iusT '32 nsany hands as Gary Kcsbau and Doug BurTon raszlo v.T"w a 5coTTsbluT'T reserve, Jarold Peck, Gene Hill and KerT New waTcl1 The acT7on. Y , SHAME ON YOU, PECK----fl 11: Ji' ri f f ': Lards in GOLFERS SCORE 1. W' 1 E ? W , ids' IEE: W . -5, 5 135, S- 1 QE H, f n Wa vm pw: jejfgfi' f ' ' f, eff g ,. , f, , fx if 5 W 'X .i M limi? Q 3352? f rf 4 5 . E 1 9 1 .ag ' TRACK TEAM HAS TEN RETURNING LETTERMEN, AND 'X CHECKING EQUIPMENT-Sludenl managers, Wil- SPRINTERS AND HURDLERS-Wailing for 'lhe lirsi lrack meef are Roger Voss, lis Wiseman and Vic Rosenberg, are looking over Doug Glascock. Mike Allen, Jerry Workman, Mike Johnson, Lynn Gunlicks, Tom 'rrack equipmenf before a meer, Siearns, Sieve Pederson. Kern Harshbarger and Gary Andrews. SOPHOMORE TRACKSTERS-Oul' for 'lrack for 'the firsf lime are Lynn Gunllcks Charles Mills Doug Smilh Tom Sfearns. Gary Andrews Roger Sfockall Randy Merfens Sieve Pederson Phil Rivera and Kern Harshbarger RETURNING LETTERMEN-Discussing lhe frack schedule wifh Coach Clair Sorensen are Mike Johnson, Doug Glas- cock, Jerry Workman. Kirk Nichols, Mike Allen, Ken Niel- son, Jim Graham, Don Brooks, Kenl Allen and Larry Gerken. I0 BEGINNERS TO START '59 SEASON 'Q 1 LETTERMEN-Second row: Garry Magill, Coach Jim Smilh, Roy Sfevens, Coach Lamoine Carmichael. Eirsl row: Ron Heflner, Ron Ruff and Bill l-lord reiurn for anoiher successful iraclc season. WEIGHTMEN WORKOUT-Sec d Ga y Bsrger Jerold Peck Doug Bcrfcn. Frs' row: . C5 Ca K a a d R n B es -i dd 9 E!! .K , COACH CONFERENCE - Weigh? Coach Lamoine Car- michael, Hurdles Coach Jim Smifh, Sprinier Coach Clair Sorensen and Head Coach Duane Luebe discuss lraclc possi- bililies. Under 'rhe supervision of Coach Duane Luebe and assislanls Jim Srnifh, Lamoine Carmichael and Clair Sorensen, 50 boys opened a rugged iwelve meel schedule wilh a 83l,f2-3Olf2 win over McCook. Five of fhese meels were scheduled for players no+ malcing lhe varsily squad. The seven varsiiy meels included: McCoolc-Norih Plalie Duel, Scollsbluli Relays, Norlh Plalfe lnviralional, i-lasiinqs College Relays, Kearney lnvilalional, Big Ten lvleei af Scoiisblull, Dislricl lvleei and Slaie Meel ai Lincoln May I5-lo. i M51 .5' f successrui sPRiNreRs H Reims-Q ws vw. , 'S , s"c:'ir'z :rim C:a:' Dua'e Lcebe are, sec:'d I ' VC-'-, F-'ECTS E209 C7 "T TT er 9 , -C Caroemer EN Herd J'rn Graham, Keel' Awen, 'wr' on 5' Qc , ie en, ws, row: Rai, Slevers Ke' Nie's:n, Glern Ashmore, Randy i l Me'fers, R295-' S'::-cal ard Hoge' Voss. ii ATHLETICS LEADER IN INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL INTRAMURAL CHAMPS-Members of The AThleTics Team, win- ners in The league, were Erceil Young, Gary Howard, Jack Harper and Roger Voss. OTher members included Gordon Harrach and Jack Adams. Boys noT able To make The varsiTy or iunior varsiTy baskeT- ball Teams Tormed an inTramurals league Tollowing The names of baseball Teams. The sponsors were Duane Luebe and Clair Sorensen. The AThleTics Topped all The oTher Teams wiTh nine wins againsT only one loss. Gary Richey oT The SenaTors led The scorers wiTh a ToTal of I76 poinTs. Second was Gordon I-larrach oT The AThleTics wiTh I72. Jim Shepard oT The Orioles had I66, Erceil Young oT The AThleTics had II9, Ron I-lall oT The PiraTes II6 and Gilbe-rT Wilkensen oT The Tigers IO9. OTher leaders were Mike Johnson oT The Orioles IOO, Wayne WolTe oT The Yankees 99, Kern Harshbarger oT The SenaTors 93 and Lauren Sloan oT The Phillies 92. Following The AThleTics in Team sTandings were The Orioles, SenaTors, Tigers, and Phillies, all Tied Tor second wiTh a 7-3 record, Indians Third wiTh 6-4, Cardinals TourTh wirh 5-5, PiraTes TiTTh wiTh 4-6, Dodgers sixTh wiTh 2-7, GianTs and Yankees Tied Tor sevenTh wiTh 2-8 and Braves eighTh wiTh I-8. SPONSORS DISCUSS SCHEDULE-Coaches Clafr Sorensen and Duane Luebe make plans Tor a successTul inTramu'al year Tor all boys inTeresTed in playing baskeTball. T 1, REACH FOR THAT REBOUND-Three inTramural baskefball players reach up Tor a chance aT The ball. Seeming To have an advanTage are John Cronn and Jerry Workman as Carrlon PaTTerson looks AQ JW M .Mfg TENNIS ENTHUSIASTS PLAY IN NINE MEETS if y L x INN . KEY TEAM PERSONNEL-Boys oul lasl year who did no+ gain enough experi- ence 'Ior leflers buf coming lhrough lhis year were Charles I-larrold, Wayne Wolfe, Gordon I-Iarrach and Gary Howard. 5. gg. V v Q Y ,.-,-I NEW MATERIAL-B335 om 'or lhe iirsl 'irne 7nci-decl M'lce Boian, Torn Traulinen Kewh C'c'n and Bernard Chiderslcn, I3I Tennis enlhusiasls checlcing oul lor lhe sporl lhis year included Iwo lellermen and live boys who were oul lor lhe sporl lasl year. Nine meers were scheduled lor lhe year, liour al home and live away. The Norlh Plalle lnyilalional was April I7, The Big Ten meer al I-laslings May I and lhe slale meel' al Lincoln lvlay I5-lo. The Iwo relurninq lellerrnen were senior Bill Lewis and iunior Carroll Cederburq. Boys relurning included Charles I-larrold, Wayne Wolfe, Gary I-Ioward, John Cronn and Gordon Harrach. Elmer Schraq was Their coach. LETTERMEN CONFER WITH COACH - Coach Eme Schraq leis hs Hs: relurrfng le'r+errner, BTI Lew's and Carre Cedsvoxg how 'o hold +he'r raclreos. i 'W -A 4 J. f M, h luv' 'A , .K gygw, W., ar ,. .3 f we f. , s 4 , . F . - Y 5' Lt 4,21 ' Ml 'Mkt "?1'2f3Zf " ' M my nw '75, Z ,iq 51, 'W if . mgfpi 1:12 -4-fx u . 1 qv ,. . 1 dy HASTINGS, LINCOLN, MCCOOK, AND GRAND v LJ., 'Q cuss LAR RY ROMEISER direcfor In R., r I HIGH STEPPERS-Leading ine band ?c:r riwe I958-l959 marcininq season were drum maicr Curr Kifrie and rwiriers Barbara Mrirpby, Sharron Egie, JuDee Freeze, ard Cnarioire McNei!. STAN SCHRA6 capfain CONCERT BAND-Preparing for ine ann.ai Noriii Piarre High Scnoo' band concerr are Viflw row, Dee Kccin, Brenda Oison, Par Morgan Conducror Larry Rorneiser, Fourin row: Sbarron Bann, Barb Warscn Linda Mii'er Par Ernpiieid, Dana Arie" Ted Ciwampine Jim Kubceic, Loweii Zeigner, Larry De Vriendi Jerry Hansen, Carrcii Cederburg Nancy Hunr Ken Owen Leonard Hard3rq, Jim McWiAiiams, Lane Mc- Cieiian. Tiwird row: Sandy Howes, Aden Harano, Janice Ha"gar. Sandra Brown Margeerire Nansef M7lre Jcbnson, Dick Marie, Derry Cnrisfianscn, Bob Carpenfer, Ron Beeson, Second row: Judy Hansen Dick Pierson Mafarne McLe5ian J,dy Var Horn, Kay Wa'?be Carrol Coiernan, Firsr row: Lana Beciier Gai' Haranc, Bern Ann Hoppie, Meri W'ecnn'an Connie Young. 1 3 i il L I 4 ' i 3 il ' A L 7 W ' Y' K Q 'Q 5. . lm Y Y f Y Q ' A QQ ' ISLAND ARE VISITED BY N.P.H.S. BAND MEMBERS Eighly-seven iunior and senior high sludenls made up lhe N.P.H,S concerl' and marching band lhis year. Wilh Lawrence Romeiser direcling, lhe band played al lhe Teachers Convenlion held in Norlh Plalle, lheir annual concerl February 3, and home loolball games in The lall. Visiled by lhe band lhis year were Lincoln for Band Day, McCook lor Navy Band Day, and Haslings lor lhe Dislricl Music Conlesl. Kay Herndon, Barbara Murphy, Linda Bredemeier, and Judy Hansen allended lhe Dislricl Music Clinic in Grand Island. Pirsl' chairs were: Linda Bredemeier, llule and piccalo: Lana Becher, oboe: Karen Kasha, bas- soon: Judy Hansen, B llal clarinelr: Viclor Rosen- burg, allo clarinel: Charlolrle Waller,'bass clari- nel: Gary Jergensen, allo saxophone: Glenda Burgess, lenor saxophone: Carroll Coleman, bari- lrone saxophone: and Mike Johnson, cornels and lrumpels. Gllicers were Slanley Schrag, caplain and assislanl conduclor: Gary Jergensen and Erceil Young, Isl lieulenanls: Dick Pierson and Viclor Rosenburg, 2nd lieulenanls: Judy Hansen and Karen Kasha, ciuarlerrnasler sergeanls: Barbara Murphy and Karen Diedrichs, Isl sergeanls: Linda Bredemeier, Judy Cox and Clark Lile, sergeanls: and Judy Van Horn, Marianne Mc- Clellan, and Allyn Eaves, corporals. Filflh row: Allyn Eaves, Clark Lile. Fourlh row: Alan Short, Richard Jo Davis, Jim Duslin, Lynn Gunlicks, Sian Schraq, Bruce Warren, Ercei SITTING PRETTY-Officers for lhe '58-'59 season were, second row, Erceil Young, Dick Pierson, Sian Schrag, Gary Jergensen, Vic Rosenberg, Allyn Eaves, Clark Lile. Firsl row: Judy Cox, Barb Murphy, Judy Van Horn, Karen Kasha, Linda Brederneier, Judy Hansen, Marianne McLellan, Karen Diedrichs. chem, Roger Voss Curl Killle, Torn Meccmber, Kay Herndon, Richard ' Young. Thrd row: Barbara Amsluz, Joyce Baker, Bernard Childerslon, Janel Howard Barb Murphy, Joan Manary, Janice Lookharl, Chariolle Waller, Vic Rosenberg Harrielle Woods, Karen Kasha. Second row: Dan Arrnslrong, Larry Sleel, Glenda Burgess, Frank Parrish, Ma :Ta Fry, Donna McCullough, Judy Cox, Gary Jerqensen. Firsl row: Karen Diedrichs, Rosemary Smallwood, Virginia Rannie, Jackie Hansen, Charlolle McNeil, Linda Bredemeier. ' IN HASTINGS THIS YEAR Charlofle McNeil, Al- MUSIC MASTERS--lf's fhe lasf year of orchesfra for Ihese seniors: lyn Eaves, Judy Han- fhird: Judy Hansen, Karen Kasha and Sfan Schrag. Second: Karen Diedrichs, sen, and Karen Kasha. Judy Cox, and Erceil Young. Firsf: Judy Van Horn, Charloffe McNeil and Linda Bredemeier. Filfh row: Paf Morgan. Fourfh row: Janice Twidweli and Paf Johnson. Third row: Lana Becher, Judy Hansen, Marianne McLellan, Judy Van Horn, Kay Walfher and Richard Willerfon, Second row: Lane McClellan, Barbara Gibbs and Janice Zimmerman. Firsf row: Janice Pifman, Joyce Jergensen and Barbara Bafes. During fhe pasf year, fhe N.P.H.S. Orchesfra again direcfed fheir affenfions fo playing The music of fhe greaf masfers. Among fheir many acfivifies, fhe 38 members, under fhe direce fion of Roy Houclc, affended Disfricf Music confesf in Hasfings and some affended fhe Sfafe Clinic in Grand Island. Vocal performances included enrerfaining af fhe feachers' con- venfion, Chrisfmas Vespers, fhe annual orchesfra concerf given March 2 for fhe elernenfary school children and March 3 for fhe public, and providing fhe musical background for comrnencemenf exercises. Serving as fhe officers were Charloffe McNeil, presidenfy Karen Kasha, vice-presidenfg Paf Johnson, merif secrefaryg Judy Hansen, librarian: and Allyn Eaves and Clarlc Lile, served as properfy man- EARLY RE'-4EAR5AL-E,Cegl Ygungl gfan 555,59 Karen agers. Kasha, Karen Diedrichs, Charloffe McNeil, Lana Becher, Marianne McLellan, Judy Van Horn and ofhers re- hearsed long hours for fhe orchesfra concerf. I37 "OKLAHOMA" STAGE PRODUCTICN HIGHLIGHT Rogers and l-lammersTein's sTage play "Oklahoma," given March 9 and IO highlighTed The acTiviTies oT The NorTh PlaTTe l-ligh School chorus Tor The year l958-59. Trips Taken during The year included STaTe Clinic in Grand lsland which was aT- Tended by TourTeen members and The enTire group Traveled To l-lasTings April I8 Tor DFsTricT ConTesT. W as The 79 members, under The direcTion oT Glenn ReinerTson, gave perTormances Tor The Nebraska STaTe EducaTion Associa- Tion ConvenTion, March 26 and BaccalaureaTe May 24. Serving as secTion leaders were Virginia SchulTz, Judy Van T-lorn, DwighT Olsen and John Gronn. Mary Ann Romans and Penny Van Cleave were librarians and KaThy Richardson and Connie Young accompanied on The piano. MERIT CHAIRMEN - Chorus secTion leaders Virginia SchulTz, DwighT Olsen, John Cronn, and Judy Van Horn look Torward To The yearls evenTs, including The opereTTa, "Oklahoma" CLOSE HARMONY-Members of mixed chorus preparing Tor The disTricT music conTesT aT l-lasTings are, TourTh row: Darrell Leach, Wayne WolTe, Larry Green Tom GriTTiTh, KenT Mills, Ron RuTT, Bruce Warren, Norman Miller, CurT KiTTle, Allyn Eaves, Tom TrauThen. Third row: Lee Gayle l-lord, Lynne YosT, Jim Graham, Roger STockall, Lynn Gunlicks, Ken Kokier, Dan ArmsTrong, Jerry Kelsey, Bill l-lord, Mike Bolan. Second row: Karen Kasha, Susan SwiTT, Brenda Becker, KaThy Richardson, Virginia Schuh, Joyce Tucker, KaThie Madsen, Jerry Engdahl and Jim Griffis. Firsl' row: l-larrieTTe Woods, JuaniTa Bledsoe, Doris GriTTis, CaThy Lehmann, Sandra HilTabidel, Kay Herndon, Marcia Fry, Penny Van Cleave and Sharron Wilhelm. 3 2 or 1 CHORUS ACTIVITIES FOR YEAR '58-'59 '50 GLENN REINERTSON diredor ORGANIZATION AIDS-Bfenda BeClf' MUSIC MAKERS-Throuqhoul rhe year Dwighl Olsen Ed ef' PUbllCllY Clmlfmafii PENNY Van Henry, John Cronn, and Mike Allen, members of Ihe senior Cl95V9 and MGVY Ann Romani llbfafl' boys' quarrel, sang for many civic and schoo' evenls. ans: and Doris Grillis, merir secrelary. keep rhe choral groups running srnoofhly. Fourlh row: Dwighf Olsen, Jim Carfer, Jim Halverson, John Cronn, Slam Schraq, John McWilliams, Dick Jochem, Dee Koch, Bowman Miller. Third row: Ron Wall, Bill Lewis, Larry Andrews, Bob Kanive, Kenl Allen, Mike Allen, Pal' Mayer, Linda Chrislianson, Kay Wal- flier. Second row: Don Sreele, Dick Koca, Judy Van Horn, Linda Miller, Connie Young, Judy Cox, Marierla Nisley, Linda Bredemeier, Rosemary Smallwood. Firsr row: Belle Hoslord, Barb Murphy, Marianne McLellan, Sandra Killham, Nancy Bailar, Sharon Nelson. Barbara Lowe and Jo Anne Willson. I A 4 u 1 sm 2 1 an. V Q 4 . H D., .,., SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE ENTERTAIN AT VOLUNTEE Seniors Girls' Glee, under lhe direclion ol Glenn Reinerl- son, loolc parl in many aclivilies during The pasl school year including lhe Chrisrmas Vesper, December IS, and Nebraska Volunleer Fireman's Convenlion Memorial Service, Oclober I8. The 79 members lraveled lo l'laslings April I8 lor lhe Dislricl Conlesl where lhey claimed singing honors. Serving as seclion leaders were Linda Perlcins, Karen Kasha, and Nancy Bailar. Librarians were Penny Van Cleave and Mary Ann Romans, wilh Kalhy Richardson and Connie Young as accompanisls. i . X WILLFUL WORKERS-Hiding lhe music deparlrnenl wiih fheir talenls are seclion leaders Karen Kasha, Nancy Bailar and Linda Perlcins and accompanisfs Connie Young and Kalhy Richardson. f Q 3 O, SING YOUR SONGS-Parflcfpalrg 'n ac!-.iles of fne senior gfs glee frroughoul fhe year were, lourfh row, Rosemary Srnallwood. Charcne Wa fer, Bevefy Claus, Kay Wa"'e' Jean Vavrlna, Caroe Tj'e Judy l-lansen Marief'a Nisley. Marcia Hahn, Cleo Whilsel. Third rev.: G:r'a Kggfns, Beverly Bssse L-,nne Yos+ Cc een Rper, Linda l-lipvveli, Pal Spanier, Beverly Slelman, Donna Flaming, Lana Becher. Seccnd row: Brenda Olson Lee Gaye Hcrd Sandy Millilcr- V'rg'r'a Schullz Sandra l-lflabidel, Connie Young, Marguerile Nansel, Marcia Fry, Firsl row: l-larrielre Wzcds Susar Swlll Kafhy Rcrardsor' Dons Grillis Kalhie Madsen, Calhy Lehmann Kay Hern- don, Penny Van C eave. Sharron Wi helm. - '41 l ' l40 FlREMAN'S CONVENTION, CHRISTMAS VESPERS 1 , x I SE yqaxhy WF V 'WOR 5,X Kashi they, QMS dffous . , XThe A en . M CW -Sen TNOfKar RWE dX5pXaY embers alc Owamzawfor sexfef e UL Gr C r o . n . TUNE? and DOUS lrhaffwy Lehm e PM Ma ns during Hierfamed ardSOn'.. ms Gnd am' Kai ' yer' Mar' e Year X N. JO H19 M 'eff . - 'MQ axon yce Tucker edsen, L1idN,5leY, ' '3 Per. Fourfh row: Jaclde Harsen Judy Bcafwick Judy Va- How, LM-da Re':':e Jane' Hcvfard Judy Ccx, Brenda Beckef, Ghnda Morgar Dcrzra Mavle, Dane Jardebeur, Mary Arm Gcrdgv, T-'fd ref.: Ka, Mahaffy, VIfg"'a Rarrie, Henriefha Tracy,JaV1'Ce Lcokbarf, Jaafia Bedsoe Vera Jane Dale, Llnda CF'r's'Ia-scry Lirda We's Joyce Jerqefsen. Secvd fzwz Twf a Kes'ar, Urwda JoHuff, Jar-:ce Whwfe, Ehza- bewkh Scve CPery' Raier Lirda ME'er, Pa' Mayer SL'a'c' Wa+s:n L"da BF6d8VV"'5AG", FWS' 'svn Beffe Hcyfcrd, Barb Mursky MdVI5'R5 Mcl.e'ar' Sandra K'Wa'-'w Navcy Biqi' Shawn Nefc- Barb Lane Kafew Kasha. 1 1 l l -1 1 I4I SMALL GROUPS PLAY BIG PART IN MUSIC fice. CLASSY CLARI- NETS-Judy Van H orn, Marianne McLeIIan, Dick Pier- son, and Judy Han- sen of I'I1e cIarine'r quarfei began work eariy in +I'ie year on Their confesr piece. SAD SAXES?-Conveying a happy nofe of Inarmony Io Hieir audience is +l'ie saxophone quarrefz Gary Jerqenseri, GIenda Burgess, CarroIl Cdeman and Judy Cox. SPARKLING VOICES S Irrq a musica rr oo c g cd s n Iip fr o Jo Ane Wi 'son B enda Becker Ka' Richards n Karen Kas a Lynne Yosf Mary An Romans Lrda Cbrsiianson Perny Var' Cleave and Nancy Baiar FINE FLAUTISTS-The iufe trio - Linda Bredemeier, Virginia Rannie and Jackie Hansen-pen form affer many hours of prac- C O O L CORNETS - The fradiiicnaI +rurnpe+ Irlo ras been repIaced by fiiese rbree ccrnef pIayers: Bob Car- penfer D'cIc Mafike, and Denny Chris- fianson. l42 MERRY MEDLEYS - DeIini+e rIiy'rI1m is needed for a Top per- formance by These madrigaI sing- ers: Jerry Kelsey, Dwiqhf Oisen, DEPARTMENT OF NORTH PLATTE HIGH SCHOOL Vlrginia ScI1uIIz, Linda Perkins, Brenda Becker, Judy Van Horn, Doris Griffis, Jonn Cronn Ed Henry, and Bowman MII'er. HARMONIC HORNS - Me cw chords How from The rom quar- Te+: Joyce Baker, Jane? Howard Bernard CnIdersIon and Barbara Marpiy. SLICK SLIDERS - The Irornbcne qqar- Te? wcrIced falfnfupy +0 acbie-.fe rign qoaIs: SIa'w Scnrag, Bruce Warrer, Er- ceil Young. GONE WITH THE WOODWINDSfTre Necdwrd quEnIeI sfrived for good IDIer2d NIH 7's xarfoas In- 5Irr1r.IenIs: Linda BrecIemeIer, Judy Hansen Barbara Murpny, Lana Beder, and Karen Kasna. MELLOW TONES-Tre se-":' E:.s' :tx Eencs 'ne :Aces LICORICE STICK OUARTET - Tie oass a'c an 'rxec :Ia"e' aaa G V a d Crarz'-9 Nvgqg ese eIqI'+: Ken KcIr3e' Tenn G"5:f?' Ed He"',u JcHn J'rn Carfer M'Ime A"en, Jerry Kesey and DMQE' O'sen QUARTETS TRIOS QUINTETS SEXTETS --.g OT We man e P 1 1-f WQVQC T Y Vogel Q rg 5ouV exp Sen M groups 'Smeg ,L LOW New W Chman piper arfanne C Slap Merge Fry Ja EU One HKGH AND k Xa mq Meri ju Karen and Donn VVQ We C 'e Han f Xd Of H 9 p 5 Ma P 9 Cdee w de 4 OMG Vwq r a ru Conv 6 D edrwchs THE DRUMS GO BANG We be d pw rw many Wong Pours THE CYMBALS CLANG We orches ra r e cr al ey a durwq and c +5 e S' J g for perfecw ar 'O gf dw con esL o L rry R mewser ws dared q u k Ore 'WUCNLE C if-an Jclfrso Bernard vd Cliff a ONSCIOUS Kee m RASS M519 M Qdar 5 rg ob ,f p 9 5 Sfe d STUDY IN B f M5 We Lara C 5 9 D M V I or hese 7-fe d urwne SX ar Kyrie Gfvhfjke 1-D C GSS S Gd O yeaf I44 I I I Muxm 59 fu .for JJ , W ' V M L Av 5 ' V. l ' 1 I , , 5 - . v l Y , ,X Q ' +5 D ' " Rannf h 1 9 U - 1,1 Rafwe' 6' ,. , X A Y WJ! li P nfl: K Ejygiymk X X.. - F ' ' , - ,, 5 W: P d e Iv ' 'Y bofh ', L 'd cf sdwcc ,rixlfw Yon. ye A e a Hgh rafing af 's+rIc+ m,sEc 4 . 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A 5 A , , V V ' Nas" dry wlg was Z :ap G92 f ,IN V ,a bee. ly L N v,Y1:'r.Si Die f r 5-eve' W'-'T 'N 4 'J Koch' AMN Eave ang gang kxlfnxe THEY ALL ENTERTAIN THOSE MUSIC LCVERS FANCY FOREIGNERS Members of Ihe newly orqanuzed German band are Dzclc Prerscn Allen I-larano Mrlce John son Ercell Young and Alan S orl' ITS EASY Affer hours of rehearsal fs easy for 'Iese dancers fo lceep rn slep Belle Hoslord Pal' Mayer Judy Hansen Charofle McNerl Vrrgunra Schulfz Kay Slaflord Dee Koch Barb Murphy Jrm Garham Tom Traulhen Bob Kanrve Ken Kolqer Curr Krllle and Bowman Muller Dennis Shaughnessy rs above MAD MUSICIANS On fhe way home from Band Day Lrncoln a parfy rn Ihe rear of fhe bus was held by Char lolfe McNel Rosemary Smallwood Judy Van Horn Lnda Bredemerer Dee Koch Judy Hansen Marranne McLellan Karen Dredrrchs Allyn Eaves Janef Howard Pal Morgan Frank Parrsh and Curr Krllle MUSICAL MR S The 'amor boys quarler ob Kanrve Jrm Graham Tom Traurhen and Curr Krffle have prohled from ll' rr srnqrng experrerce has year OFF TO CLINIC These are a Few of fhe voca and mslrumen+al sfudenfs wno allended 'the musrc clnrc af Grand lsland Bow man Mrller John Cro r' Allyn Eaves Mary Ann Romans Joyce Co n Pal' Johnson Pa? Mayer Lnda Perlnns Dons orrfhs Kalhy Rrchardson Marere Olson Donna Mafllre and Larry Romerser d reclor I45 n t "WW ' - T ' 1' h T I 5 nh l I ' ' N fx , ,W 7 v ,nov -I L, Q si T W A I A, 'K I' ml sl - in . Q. . f 1 S l .' - ' ,-B -. I ' i l . I ye. . . I . I +V. -y I! l I ny lv Y- . h. , , I ' . ' A' ', "OKLAHOMA" PRESENTED BY VOCAL DEPARTMENT Kalhie Madsen and John Cronn played lhe leading roles in "Okla- homa," a Broadway musical presenled March 9-IO. Forly-six members of lhe Norlh Plalle l-ligh School vocal deparlmenl look oarl in lhe show. The musical play was under lhe direclion ol George Nicovich and Glenn Reinerlson. Ken Shuck had charge of building lhe sels. The proouclion slall included Kenl Mills and Wayne Wolle, slage managers: Jerry Hansen and Roger Gerle, lighling: Karen Kasha and Slanley Schrag, orooerliesy Brenda Becker and Nancy Bailar, wardrobe: Lee Gayle l-lord ard Sharon Nelson, promplers. Linda Bredemeier and Judy Van l-lorn, lickels and Barbara Lowe and Kay Wallher, poslers and arf. SQUARE DANCERS - Jo Anne Willson, Larry Green, Lynne Yosl, Bill Lewis, Marcia Fry, Ron Weill, Penny Van Cleave, and Jerry Engdahl showed fheir dancing abiiily in "Oklahoma" FARMER-COWMAN FIGHT-The farm- er and lhe cowman shou'd be friends lbul aren'fl, Sheriff Cord Elam lLarry Greenl examines The body of Jud Fry lTom Griffilhl, who accidenlally slabbed hirnseli in a showdown baffle befween Curly McLain lJohn Cronnl and himself. THEY WORKED TOO - Accom- panisls lor "Oklahoma" were Kalhy Richardson and Connie Young. O-K-L-A-H-O-M-A!!-Mary Ann Romans, Jerry Engdahl, Charlclle McNeil, Rosemary Smallwood, Judy Hansen, Ken? Allen, Kay Slafford, Bowman Miller, Bob Kanive, Barbara Murphy, Jim Graham, Dennis Shaughnessy, Ed l-lenry, John Cronn, Kalhie Madsen, Larry Green, Jim Carler, Doris Griilis. Norman Miller, Dwighf Olsen, Curl Kiflle- Bill Lewis, Judy Foran, Calhy Lehmann, Lynne Yosl, Virginia Schulfz, Belle Hosford, Pal' Mayer, Judy Cox, Darrel Leach, Ron Wall, Linda Perkins, Torn Traulhen, Dee Koch, Tom Griffilh, Bruce Warren, Ken? Allen, Marcia Fry, Penny Van Cleave, Linda Samuelson, Susan Swifl, Pal Spanier, Jo Anne Willson, and Mariella Nisley-lull casf. Q3 ff' ff' ff, y siyy g ffgzf d --.,,,-' INDEX FACULTY ADMINISTRATION Carmrchael Lamonne 56 90 114 115 118 4 Carroll Joan 5 56 92 97 Dolph Eleanor 56 84 Eberhart Lllllan 56 57 98 Ernckson Don 57 91 114 115 Godfrey Merrlll 57 77 Grrll Erma 57 87 Hamsa Leonard 57 78 Houck Roy 57 136 144 Horacek Ernest 55 Hutton Mary 55 Kubrcek Clarence 57 71 Lemmonds Tom 48 56 57 94 Luebe Duane 58 80 114115 118130 STUDENTS Adalr Gene 14 Adams Bltsy 33 Adams Jack 14 Agee John 33 Alexander Patsy Alexander Ron 33 Allen Kent 33 96 102 126 129 139 Allen Mnke 12 14 75 105 129 139 Amstuz Barbara 86 135 Anderson John 96 Anderson June 89 Andrews Gary 43 71 119 129 Andrews Larry 33 98 99 118 121 122 123 9 Anthony Jack 96 Armstrong Chrrstma 33 73 Armstrong Danny 33 50 74 135 138 Ashburn Jo 89 Ashmore Duane 87 93 Ashmore Glenn 49 53 96 Axtell Dianna 43 134 Babb Jane 33 183 Babb John 71 Bahn Sharron 3 4 9 76 134 Barlar Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Baker Nancy 7 8 14 87 92 Donna 4 9 43 93 Jane 14 70 Janet 14 72 Joyce 14 70 135 Lots 50 65 Pat 43 96 Ronnre 49 50 88 Ballrnger Darrell 33 82 Bamster Terrylee 33 87 Banks Hazel 14 Barkmener Sally 43 Barnes John 79 I , I , - I I I I I . - .. I . - I I ,12 ', '- 1 , 1 '- 1 I -I I I , - , , ' - , ,64 I - I . . I - I . I . - I I I 1 -I - 1 1 I ' I I - I ' I - I I I , '- , , '- , , , 2, ,127 I '.- I I ' - 130 'I -- I ' , - , , , 139 , - I I ,, I I - I I - I - I I ' , - , , , , ,145 ' 1 - 1 1 - I I -' I I - 1 -' ' I 1 - I ' - ' ' I - I , - , , ,131 , . ' - , ,I - , , , 1 ' 1 1 I - 1 I T I I I I I ' - ' ' I - Illl 1 ', - ,79 , - ,ss I ' - I , ' - ,89 1 - 1 , - 1 1 188 ' -F I ' I I I 1 1 ' 1 ' 9 I 1 1 1 1 I - IIII I I 1 - 1 I C- I I 1- I I - I I I I I I , Bre - , , ,,,, 93, I - I I I 146 4 1111111 15 , ' - , , I . T I I I I I I I 1 I . T I 143 ' - , - I L I . ..l. . W I T 1 , - gl L 1 1 - , , ,1I22, I T I .Q I I .. I I I e , - , ,,,, 11 , Carr, Dean-15, 74 I - I I I I I 134 I ' -. I I I 1 113 ' 1 - 1 - 1 1 "' 1 ' 1 I I - I I 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 A I ' - ' I 1 I - I I I I T I I I I . I T If T I 1 - ' I '- I I - 1 1 1 I I '1 I ' I 1 ' ' 4 I - 1 I 1 - 1 1 I - I I I 1 - 1 I . - I I - I . I - I I . 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I . - I I 1 - I ' I 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 Lute Hornet 58 McCow1n Bull 8 58 88 Morton Margaret 58 87 Nlcovnch George 58 67 Oakes Otto 54 Ranney Anna Marne 58 70 Raynard Ruchard 58 Remertson Glenn 8 58 65 Roberts Rodney 59 66 Romelser Larry 50 59 95 134 Ruyballd John 56 59 Schlagel Margorue 59 92 Schrag Elmer 59 85 100 Shuck Ken 59 83 119 144 Barnes Robert 44 50 78 Bassett Donna 14 Bates Barbara 136 137 Baxter Rhonda 167 Bay Larry 14 77 Becher Lana 32 33 50 95 134 137 140 143 Becker nda 7 8 9 14 44 87 10 105 106 138 139 141 142 2 Becker Mary 73 Becknus Charles 85 Benlamm Davnd 90 Ber Phrllup 14 82 Beeman Kenneth 96 B eson Ron 43 71 115116118 9 Beverndge Mary 64 Buerma Sandra 33 Brllrngs Joe 43 50 89 Brtterman Wanda 72 Blakeman Damel 50 66 Bledsoe Juanuta 15 67 138 141 Backus Charlene 15 73 92 Bockus Judy 15 70 Bolan Mke 5 33 125 131 138 Booth Sharon 33 48 73 Bostwrck Judy 33 78 141 B mgan Gayle 5 6 7 8 5 97 98 104 105106 107 Brandt Marls 87 Bre emeler Lmda 7 15 67 92 104 136 137 139 141 142 143 Brnttarn Kathleen 79 Brodnne Shernlyn Brooks Don 33 80 116 118 129 Brooks Pat 93 Brown Sandra 33 86 93 134 Brown Ted 33 91 Bruce Stanley 15 88 Bunger Frances 33 83 I47 Suvnts Juanrta 56 59 73 Sloan Clanr 56 59 Sloan Geraldme 56 60 Smuth Jrm 56 60 80 124 Smith Ulala 56 60 Sorensen Claur 56 60 79 8 119 Edna 60 Harold 60 Katy 60 72 Zetha 60 Vernon 56 61 Stevens Strobel Varlcak Warren Yanney Yost G Allrson 61 69 Young Carol 61 89 Bunger Gary 4 15 48 49 82 122 Burch Shnrley 33 70 Burger Jerry 33 Burgess Glenda 15 95 135 142 Burruous Shnrley 15 90 Burton Doug 33 126 Bush Gary 15 88 Bussell Beverley 33 78 102 140 Butterworth Jamce 33 87 93 Campbell Marne 15 72 Cardenas John 79 Cardenas Paul 50 Carpenter Robert 90 118 119 134 142 Carter Jam 16 139 143 146 Caster Barbara 44 89 Caudullo Frank 9 16 98 99 123 Caudlllo Herman 114 115 116 118 Cecrl Warren 33 48 Cedarburg Carroll 33 75 131 134 Chadd Judnth 33 72 Chamberlarn Carolyn 42 65 Champlne Ted 44 134 136 Chase Vlcky 44 72 Howard 33 Bernard 48 95 119 143 144 Arlene 16 89 Dan 33 Chrnstranson Dennrs 75 119 134 142 Chrustranson Lnda 5 7 8 16 78 93 105 106 13 141 2 Chapper Glornanne 16 70 Clark Donna 33 49 84 Clark John 96 Clark Judy 42 73 Clark Sandra 6 16 Clark Wanda 44 89 Clarne Conme 33 83 98 Claus Beverly 7 16 87 93 Chessmore Chrlderston 135 136 Chrrstensen Chrrstensen 140 Clemens Jerry 65 Clement Claudette 42 84 Cline Florence 42 Cloud Sharon 33 83 Cockrm Sharon 33 Cohagen Lynn 33 64 Cohn Joyce 33 136 145 95 Coleman Carrol 41 95 134 142 Cook Darlene 33 84 Cooper Clayton 4 16 88 Cooper Georgnma 72 Cooper Glorua Ann 16 72 Cooper Jean 33 72 Cooper Lewas 33 69 Cooper Marnlyn 16 Cooper Murl 46 85 100 Cooper Ron 34 71 Cooper Tom 34 66 Corey Sandra 43 92 96 Corso Robert 34 Cox Judy 17 86 135 136 137 14 142 6 Cox Sharron 34 84 Cox Vlrglnxa 17 67 n 6 12 51 139 142 143 145 146 Cronn Kerth 42 50 75 131 Cropp Jeanette 70 Crowe Francus 34 9 Cunningham Bull 91 Danley Deanna 34 73 Dahlanger Don 68 69 98 130 Cronn Dale Vera June 4 5 7 17 87 1 DaMoude Janet 44 67 Davls Ruchard 34 91 135 Dawson Claudua 34 64 Dawson DeWayne 17 Dean Kathryn 17 50 Dean Sharon 43 76 92 DeMrlt Ann 34 67 DeVrlendt Larry 34 95 127 134 Dlckrnson Janet 67 Dledrlchs Karen 6 17 50 86 87 93 98 135 136 137 144 147 Dlrcksen Annabell 42 72 Dnscoe Terry 42 68 98 99 114 116 19 121 Doucet Joe 96 Douty Bob 68 69 Dowell Ed 17 Dowell Velda 40 Duarte Marceluna Dustm Donna 34 Dustm Jam 40 75 119 5 17 72 Duvel Karen 17 82 Duvel Jean 34 Dye Dallns-18 82 Eaves Allyn 32 34 75 135 144 145 Eaton Ellen 84 Everly Larry 34 51 Eddms Margue 34 84 Eddms Tom 50 88 Edwards Armun 49 51 88 Dutton Jacquelme Edwards Carol 18 72 Edwards Mary 42 73 Eggert Betha Marne 44 89 Egle Shannon 40 86 93 110 Enchstedt Gerald 82 Ensert Sharrel 67 Ellnott Jrm 18 77 96 119 Ellns Maralyn 70 Empfreld Pat 92 96 134 Enck Ken 82 Engdahl Jerry 6 34 75 98 102 138 Enyeart Paul 76 Enzmmger Beverly 34 73 Essley Mary Ellen 18 70 Eurlch Nancy 44 64 Evans Elame 4 45 92 Evarts Denny 34 69 Eyten Marlorse 34 Fenwick Elalne 83 Ferguson Marilyn 45 84 Flamlng Donna 34 49 87 Fletcher Lmda 34 73 93 Flock Lloyd 34 88 Folker Bob 18 77 Foran Judnth 34 146 Forrester Peggy 40 44 83 Founds Evelyn 18 49 82 Fourtner Rnchard 34 88 Frederlcksen Budenna 34 72 Freeze JuDee 45 73 134 Fry Marcna 34 50 87 93 135 Fugate Rnchard 34 Fullhart Crndr 45 64 92 e Bull 18 16 Gannon Joann 7 18 104 Garner Gary 34 88 101 Gayman Gary 42 71 Gemmer Blllle 4 44 65 109 Gerken Larry 34 80 119 129 Gerken Patrncua 18 73 Gerken Ron 42 71 Gerle Roger 34 66 Gllbert Larry 34 Gnlster Kay 40 79 93 Glascock Doug 32 34 49 118 126 9 Gooden Marllyn 44 72 Goodsell Marcua 34 93 Gordon Mary Ann 34 65 141 Gosnell Larry 43 96 Gove Elszabeth 43 94 141 Gove Marvnn 18 50 68 Graham Jam 8 32 34 119 129 138 145 146 Graham Regss 18 67 92 Grandey Luane 18 72 Gray Eva Mae 44 67 Gray Lanny-6 34 48 91 Grasz Dorothy 34 72 Green Doug 71 119 127 Green Lary 19 80114 116 118 138 Gregg Norman 34 88 101 119 Grntfm Jack 19 66 148 Grlffm Wayne 2 19 48 75 Grnftns Dons 19 86 93 141 143 145 46 Grnffrs Jnm 45 90 138 Grnffnth Rodney 44 89 Grrffath Tom 19 48 74 16 138 143 146 Grimes Gary 44 96 Groft Bull 34 94 Gunlucks Lynn 45 95 129 135 138 144 Haas Wayne 44 Hackbarth Wesley 35 91 Hagans Delma 35 72 Hagler Lmda 42 64 93 Hahn Marcla 7 19 78 93 104 140 Ha Archie 19 51 69 Ha Cathernne 43 87 Ha Karen 43 Ha Marilyn 43 48 87 Ha Donald 19 Ha Sharon 42 64 Halverson Jlm 45 96 139 Hamer Ernest 44 96 Hannon Jer: 96 Hansen 13 Hansen Hansen Hansen Hanson Hanson Harano Jackie 8 32 35 86 92 110 141 142 4 Jerry 35 Jerry 44 88 95 134 136 J y 6 2 6 93 135 137 140 144 143 145 146 Kay 35 83 Sue Ann 19 86 87 92 Allen 35 75 98 125 127 134 Hardmg Leonard 44 95 Harper Duane 45 65 93 Harper Helen 42 Harper John 35 69 119 Harrach Betty Jo 42 87 Harrach Gordon 19 48 141 Harns Tom 35 48 75 119 Harrold Charles 35 69 131 Harshbarger Kern 45 66 119 129 Hatheway Sally 7 19 67 92 Hatheway Susan 42 73 Havens Laura 20 67 Haynes Brll 32 35 Hazelrngg Dansy 43 78 Heckenluvely Bnllte Jo 42 89 Heftner Ron 20 80 114 115 116 1 8 Heglm Rodger 35 65 98 Hemzle Rodney 20 88 Helms Jnm 44 50 Hemenway Clnfford 35 85 101 Hendrnclcson Mary 42 67 Henry Edward 20 77 137 142 143 146 Henry Karen 35 83 93 Herbst Judy 35 Herndon Coleen 70 Herndon Kay 35 78 135 138 140 Herrod Jnm 35 75 119 Hnatt Dennis 20 88 Hnatt Gary 44 71 Hratt Ronald 20 1 - 1 " 1 ' ' I 1 1 1 1 1 - , , - , ' ', '- , , ,138,139,140, . , - I . - I I I I-I , 1 - 1 1 - , , , ,134 ' '1 ' " 1 1 . 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