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

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I - O Il I O ROUND-UP I960 NORTH PLATTE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA TABLE OF CONTENTS SENIORS PAGE 8 ACTIVITIES PAGE 64 SPORTS PAGE I I2 INDEX PAGE I56 UNDERCLASSMEN PAGE 30 ADMINISTRATION PAGE 54 FACULTY PAG E 5 7 MUSIC PAGE I34 STUDENT LIFE PAGE I49 FOREWORD Hecordlng the events of the 1959 60 school year has mdeed been one of the most rewardlng ex perlences of my entxre llfe Thls book should and I hope wlll be a book of memorles for each stu dent In It IS recorded the serlous the humorous and the studlous phases of a hlgh school year Thrs book IS a book of the future for xt wrll mean more as the years progress When the pages of your llves are looked back upon It IS my w1sh that the efforts put forth Wlll keep the most frultful years of your llves young Beverley Bussell Edztor There is a great deal that goes into making an annual a success and the reward IS exen greater Bes erley and I set our oal as edltors to make this book a memory book that wlll enable all of u to relne those three wonderful hectlc years 1n North Platte H1 h School Thls was hard work but we had the students help themselves It was the students that created the annual The 1960 Round Up IS yours You made lt We preserxed lt through vsord and plcture Editor 3 U U . 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I ' z Y 5 a D Q 2 ll ' l' Q ' 'Q ' Q , , ' ' l rf V ' q Y ' V , iv A ' N f y ' 3 -c parties. Reg x .. .T ' .Ierit ex . ' . up f ' Honor S " y', ' F 'C . ' - ' , u l .P il u t 11. 6K v ' I. Y v' . f - . W ' ' I . 5' . 1 L 5 . . C . A 8 NATIONAL MERIT WINNERS-From left to right: Donna McCul- lough, Allan Harano, Gary Howard and Bruce Warren. 1- nf-7 '-- dv M.. , V 2 Q. QAAM "1 1 JQJW fi f -pi, .Q 1- gn ' 3, av! -' 'i A ,,. f ' i ,X gs 1 QA , ' , ' ' ' f wvm, wif 7 V X 6 1 -,a-fju zflr 1 grew 4 ii. , " , I :wr ' ' Q 9 'N J fri H , M W . V mf, 1 so 52 X' 7f33f,ff g gg: ,, 2:4 ' Qi S R ' , Yr fm- X A 2 , f 4 f' . 1 + , W ,N ,f ., nj f M' ,ww A f 4 ' 1 ' W .QW ,Q-, Sf A 1, m ivyiw . A ' ww? gf ,M 95" " 'T Sf-"'-' " 2 L 5 i ,,,,, ,,,, ,JW V, , 4, "J 'F F Wifi: A52 ,,,,g" " W 'v 4 f 'rf Q, A : .-Q41 . A N V f ya: r- ,Geg 1 El up " ,gm f Je -iff' ' J! 'll fig- , ,g M ff , 'WJQLQ ei 1 - W 1? M' ' gi, 'W ii ' 7 5 gh I '1 qi-W +R N A 1... wtf AW , fix? 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College LARRY EBERLY Nickruzme: Larry Ambition: College RICH FOURTNER Nickname: Rich Ambition: Mink rancher BUDENNA FREDERICKSEN Nickname: Buddy Ambition: Secretary MARCIA FRY Nickname: Marcia Ambition: Music teacher DONNA FLAMING Nickname: Donna Ambition : College LINDA FLETCHER Nickname: Linda Ambition: College LLOYD FLOCK Nickname: Lloyd Ambition: Farming DENNY EVARTS Nickname: Mouse Ambition: TV announcer MARGIE EYTEN Nickname: Marge Ambition: Marriage MARCIE EDDINS Nickname: Margie Ambition: Undecided JERRY ENGDAHL Nickname: Jerry Ambition: College BEVERLY ENZIMINGER Nickname: Bev Ambition: Nursing NORMAN GREGG Nickname: Norman Ambition: Farming ROBERT GREISER Nickname: Bob Ambition: Study radar DOROTHY GRASZ Nickname: Dot Ambition: California LANNY GRAY Nickname: Lanny Ambition: Undecided RICHARD FUGATE Nickname: Dick Ambition: Navy GARY GARNER Nickname: Gary Ambition: Ranching LARRY GERKEN Nickname : Larry Ambition: Architecture ROGER GERLE Nickname: Bill Ambition: TV technician LARRY GILBERT Nickname: Larry Ambition: Undecided DOUGLAS GLASCOCK Nickname: Doug Ambition: College MARCIA GOODSELL Nickname: Marcia Ambition: College MARYANN GORDON Nickname: MaryAnn Ambition: Nursing JIM GRAHAM Nickname: ,lim Ambitzbn: College WESLEY HACKBA Nickname: Wesley Ambition: Undecided DELMA HAGANS fickname: Delma Ambition: Undecided JACKIE HANSEN Nickname: Jackie RTH Ambition: The University JERRY HANSEN Nickname: .lerry Ambition: College KAY HANSON Nickname: Kay Ambition: College ALLEN HARANO Nickname: Al Ambition: College JACK HARPER Nickname: .lack Ambition: College TOM HARRIS Nickname.' Harry Ambition: Get rich CHARLES HARROLD Nickname: Corky Ambition : Dentistry I' -. If I ... . ' About - PHOTO N01 AYAIAII 1 BILL HAYNES Nickname: Hayneser Ambition: College ROGER HEGLIN Nickname: Rodge Ambition: Work CLIFFORD HEMENWAY Nickname: Clifford Ambition: Farming KAREN HENRY Nickname: Karen Ambition: College i 5+ GSR-fb A ' MID I WIFI! f JANICE HILL Nickname: Janice Ambition: Secretary SANDRA HILTABIDEL Nickname: Hiddibiddy Ambition: College LINDA HIPWELL Nickname: Linda Ambition: Stewardess BARBARA HOLLIDAY Nickname: Barb Ambition: Housewife DANIEL HOOVER Nickname: Dan Ambition: Art school WILLIAM HORD Nickname: Bill Ambition: College I6 DENNIS HIATT Nickname: Dennis Ambition: Railroad DEANNA HILL Nickname: Dea Ambition: College JUDY HERBST Nickname: Judy Ambition: Raise horses KAY HERNDON Nickname: Kay Ambition: Secretary JAMES HERROD Nickname: Jim Ambition: Undecided GENE HILL Nickname: Gene Ambition.' College KAREN HORNE Nickname: Karen Ambition: Lab technician CARY HOUSER Nickname: Gary Ambition: Undecided GARY HOWARD Nickname: Cary Ambition: College JANET HOWARD Nickname: Janet Ambition: College SANDRA HOWES Nickname: Sandi Ambition: Teaching HANS JOHNSON Nickname: Hans Ambition: Ranching MIKE JOHNSON Nickname: Mike Ambition: College PATRICIA JOHNSON Nickname: Pat Ambition: Undecided VERNON JOHNS N icknarne: Vernon Ambition: College JAMES JONES Nickname: Kavin Ambition: Railroad SANDRA JONES Nickname: Sandy Ambition: Marriage SHEILA JONES Nickname: Butch Ambition: College I7 LINDA KIRKPATRICK Nickname: Ilynne Ambition: Marriage LARRY KIRSCH Nickname: Larry Ambition: Navy CURT KITTLE Nickname: Curt Ambition: Engineering JEROME KNOLL Nickname: Jerome Ambition: Rancher RICHARD KOCA Nickname: Rich Ambition: Armed forces DEE KOCH Nickname: Dee Ambitrkm: Doctor TWILLA KESLAR Nickname: Twilla Ambition: College GLORIA KIGGINS Nickname: Glo Ambition: Doctor SANDRA KILLHAM Nickname: Sandra Ambition: Teacher ROBERT KANIVE Nickname: Bob Ambition: Engineering ROBERT KELSEY Nickname: Bob Ambition: Artist FRANCIS KESLAR Nickname: Francis Ambition: College A 1 JEANENNE KRUGER Nickname: Kruger Ambition: Artist GARY KUHLMANN Nickname: Gary Ambition: Rancher WILLIAM KUMMER Nickname: Bill Ambition: Armed forces JOAN LAMPHEAR Nickname: Joan Ambition: Secretary RONALD LANGE Nickname: Ron Ambition: Air Force CONNIE LATIMER Nickname: Connie Ambition: Secretary GLENN LETH Nickname: Glenn Ambition: Undecided TED LETH Nickname: Ted Ambition: Air Force LINDA LINDSLEY Nickname: Lucus Ambition: Beauty work PHYLLIS LITTLE Nickname: Phyl Ambition: Work .IANICE LOOKHART Nickname: Jan Ambition: Teacher TWILLA LOOKHART Nickname: Twilla Ambition: Nurse l UM PHOTWW Not Available SON J A LUN KWITZ Nickname: Sonja Ambition: College SANDRA LYONS Nickname: Sandy Ambition: Air Force BILL MAJORS Nickname: Bill Ambition: Forestry MANUAL MALDONADO Nickname: Joe A m bition : Medicine GUS MALINE Nickname: Gus Ambition: Farmer JOHN MALINE Nickname : John Ambition: Farming MARY LOPEZ Nickname: Mary Ambition: Beautician SANDY LUNDAY Nickname: Sandy Ambition: Secretary JOAN MANARY Nickname: .loan Ambitzbn: Business school JAMES MARES Nickname : Jim Ambition: Be a bachelor ROBERT MASON Nickname: Bob Ambition: Salesman DONNA JEAN MATTKE Nickname: D. Jay Ambition: M.D. TOM MECOMBER Nickname: Tom Ambition: Medicine DONALD MILLER Nickname: Don Ambition: Mechanic .1 LANE McCLELLEN Nickname: Lane Ambition: Engineer NEIL MCCONAHAY Nickname: Neil Ambition: Undecided DONNA MCCULLOUCH Nickname: Mac Ambition: College MARII.YN McKENNEY Nickname: Boots Ambition: Undecided MARIANNE McLELLEN Nickname: Marianne Ambition: College JOHN McWILLIAMS Nickname: John Ambition: Undecided i NORMAN MILLER Nickname: Norm Ambition: College .IANICE MIRES Nickname: Jan Ambition: The University GLENDA MORGAN Nickname: Glenda Ambitlbn: Nurse PATRICIA MORGAN Nickname: Pat Ambition: College ROBERT MORGAN Nickname: Bob Ambition: Rancher NEVA MORIARTY Nickname: Neva Ambition: Nursing EVA MORIARTY Nickname: Eva Ambition: Nursing GARY MOSER Nickname: Gary Ambition: Engineer DONALD MUSGROVE Nickname Bob Ambition College RICHARD MYERS Nickname. D1ck Ambition: Navy MARGUERITE NANSEL Nickname: Marge Ambition: College EDA NICHOLS Nickname: Eda Ambition: Secretary CARRLON PATTERSON Nickname: Patt Ambition: College ROBERT PEASE Nickname: Bob Ambition: College LONNIE PEBLEY Nickname: Lonnie Ambition: Navy BARBARA OLSON Nickname: Barb Ambition: Fashion buyer SHIRLEY OWEN Nickname: Shirley Ambition: Undecided FRANK PARRISH Nickname: Frank Ambition: Engineering SANDRA ODEGARD Nickname: Sandy Ambition: Airline stewardess SHIRLEY OGBORN Nickname: Shirley Ambition: Housewife MARLENE OLSON Nickname: Marlene Ambition: Marriage BETTY NIELSEN Nickname: Betts Ambition: Medicine KEN NIELSEN Nickname: Ken Ambition: College BARBARA NISLEY Nickname: Barb Ambition: College IAROLD PECK Nickname: Jarold Ambition: College LINDA PECK Nickname: Linda Lou Ambition : College SANDRA PETERSON Nickname: Sandy Ambition: Beautician BEVERLY PIERCE Nickname: Beverly Am bition : Secretary COLEEN PIPER Nickname: C0-Coa Ambition: College TERRY POCOCK Nickname: Terry Ambition: Air Force RONALD RAINS Nickname: Ron Ambition: Farming .IENNIE RANGEL Nickname: .lennie Lou Ambition: College VIRGINIA RANNIE Nickname: Virginia Ambition: College .IEAN RASMUSSEN Nickname: .lean Ambition: Secretary LINDA RENFROE Nickname: Lindy Ambition: College JAMES ROBY Nickname: Jim Ambition: Farmer DONNA SCHLEM Nickname: Slim Ambition: Hair Styling JERRY SCHNACKER Nickname: Snack Ambition: Carpenter RON SCHUETT Nickname: Ron Ambition: Artist HAZEL SCOTT Nickname: Hazel Ambition: Work BARBARA SENFF Nickname: Bobbie Ambition: Secretary KAREN SHANEYFELT Nickname: Karie Ambition: Secretary MARVIN RUNDBACK Nickname: Marvin Ambition: Ranching GARY SADI Nickname: Cary Ambition: Hardware store TED ROOKSTOOL Nickname: Ted Ambition: Navy DAVID ROSENCRANTS Nickname: Dave Ambition: Mechanics RON RUFF Nickname: Ruffer Ambition: College LINDA SAMUELSON Nickname: Linder Ambition: Dancer --y--, . -an ,, 3 4? 1- if 1. ww vfsifr V? .,1,,:, , , , 1 e 5 14 N Q , - .,. 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K xv J Qi 1, , rm-fi-0 xr cw Gi' 1 GILBERT WILKINSEN Nickname: Gil Ambition: Electronics STEVE WILKINSEN Nickname: Steve Ambition: Navy DAN WINDHORST Nickname: Dan Ambition: Architect KATHLEEN WONCH Nickname: Kathy Ambition: College .IANICE WONKA Nickname: Janice Ambition: Work GARY WOODCOCK Nickname: Woody Ambition: Patrolman ., ' "x Nl Fish AVAIAII NANCY WOODCOCK Nickname: Nancy Ambition: Nursing JERRY WORKMAN Nickname: Jerry Ambition: Undecided ANNETTA YOUNG Nickname: Nelta Ambition: Marriage CONNIE YOUNG Nickname: Connie Ambition: Study music LARRY YOUNG Nickname: Larry Ambition: College HERMAN ZALUD Nickname: Sonny Ambition: Marine Corps THOMAS ZIMMERMAN Nickname: Tom Ambitwn: Air Force 1 .1 ft 1 uf' J 5 I N ,f 1 0 ,I MCMLIRTRY LEADS MY JU IORS County Government Day whlch was held Noyember 16 headed the yunlor class hst of act1v1t1es Many yunlors took part ln College Nlffht and the yunlor class play Charlle s Aunt Two class partles and preparatlons for the Junlor Senlor Prom ended a busy year for the eleventh Uraders The future senlors were led through thelr eventful and busy year by Ivan McMurtry, presldent Gary Stull JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS From left to rrght they are Charles Rlddle sergeant afarms Ivan McMur try president Gary Stull vrce preslclenf and Peggy Forrester secretary VICC presldent Peggy Forrester, secretary and Charles Rlddle, serffeant at arms ,lunlor sponsors for the 1959 60 year were Mlss Irma Grlll, MISS Margaret Morton, Rodney Roberts, Vernon Yanny, MISS Carroll Young, MISS Ulala Smlth MISS Sereta Paxson Claxr Sorenson, Mlss ,loan Carroll, and G Alllson Yost COUNTY GOVERNMENT OFFICERS Starnng rn the second row they are Terry Drscoe Phrl Ruvera Gary Stull Mer! Werchman Roger Stockall Dave Titus Lloyd Tafman Phul Yoakum First row Penny Cline Karen Sagerrer Sally Sheets Pat Empfreld LaJean Wachholtz Mary Hendrrckson and Sue Lunday 3I 1 4- 1 - 1 I 1 ' i , . 1 1' 1 7 ' - ' 1 1 1- 7 f Y7 , .- D ' ' . U r ' G6 '7 97 ' ' . . . . . . - ' 7 . VY . . D ' v Y . ' 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 1 1 MCMLIRTRY LEADS Pat Alexander Barbara Amstuz John Anderson June Anderson Cary Andrews ,lack Anthony ,lo Ashburn Diane Axtell Sharron Bahn Donna Baker Jim Baker Lois Baker Pat Baker Ronnie Baker Sally Barkrneier John Barnes Robert Bames Barbara Bates J ack Battershell Mary Becker Charles Beckius Kenneth Beman Leonard Benjamin Ron Besson Judy Beveridge Mary Beveridge Joe Billings Pat Books Pat Bower Mares Brandt Kathy Brittian Paul Cardenas Bob Carpenter Barbara Castor Carolyn Chamberlam Ted Champlne Vicky Chase Bernie Childerston MY .ILINICDR CLASS Dennis Christionsen John Clark Judy Clark Wonda Clark Jerry Clemens Claudette Clement Penny Cline Carroll Coleman Georgina Cooper Sandra Corey Jay Cowger Keith Cronn Jeanette Cropp Bill Cunningham Don Dahlinger Janet DalVIoude Sharon Deen Larry DelVlilt Janet Dickinson , Anabell Dirckson Jim Dirckson 0' Terry Discoe ,rf Velda Dowell .gl Joe Doucet Bob Douty Marceline Daurte Jim Dustin Judi Duvel Charles Eddins Armin Edwards Mary Edwards Betha Eggert Shannon Egle Donna Ehlers .lim Elliot Pat Empfield Janis English Dixie Ericlcsen aw V7 Y Nancy Eurich Elaine Evans Elaine Fenwick Marilyn Ferguson Jim Folcliert Peggy Forrester JuDee Freeze Sue Carrick Gary Cayman Billie Gemmer Ron Gerken Kay Gilster Lynn Gloor Marilyn Gooden Clara Grandel Eva Gray Doug Green J im Griffis Joyce Griffith Gary Grimes Lynn Gunlicks Way'ne Haas Linda Hagler Catherine Hall Karen Hall Marilyn Hall Sharon Hall ,lim Halverson Ernest Hamer Keith Hanson Leonard Harding Tom Harms Diane Harper Helen Harper Bette Harrach Kern Harshbarger Claudine Harvey Susan Hatheway JLINIQRS PUT IN MANY L X ' 'R I, 5' -Ei S-gf u.,,, Ea. Q' i A Q.- Q-V HOURS OF WORK ON PROM Daisy Hazelrigg Billie Heckermlively Jim Helms Mary Hendrickson Beth Henningsen Cary Hiatt Marie Hill Elinor Holm Sharon Holm Eldeen Hoover Beth Ann Hoppie Mary Horne Karen Houehin Pauline Houchin Nancy Hunt Gale Huntington Jane Hyde Charlotte Iliff Richard Infe Karlyn Interholzinger Joyce Jergensen Richard Jochem Glenn Johansen Charles Johnson Walter Johnson Bob Jones Karen Kimball Jim Keime Marvin Knoll Arlene Knutson Jim Koblas Kathy Konruff Cary Kosbau Cheryll Kunkel Mary Lannon Maurice Lee Wilma Lee Pat Leech Vicki Leonard Charles Lieurance Delbert Lincoln Robert Lockhart George Lookhart Sue Lunday' Sandra Luschen Larry Lynch Robert lVlcClellan Larry McEvoy Carol McGhghy Pat McGill Mary McKillip Donna Mclllorris Ivan McMurtry Pat McNally Don lVlcNeel Nlarlea McNeel Ron McNeel Jim McWilliams Gail Magers Bonnie Magill Charles Martinez Dick Ylattl-ce Doug Maw Bill Mendenhall Randy Nlertens Linda Miller Sandra Milliken Charles Mills Larry Montross Myra Moore Ed Morgan ,Ioe Morgan Betty Nansel Pat Negley Sara Neilson Peggy Newman Roger Nichols Arvada Nida Carol Nielson Dianna Nielson Janice Northouse Joanne Ogier Rav Ogier Carol Olson Conrad Otto Ken Owen Maurice Palmer Sharon Palmer Dennis Parks Terry Parr Sonja Pasman Jo Paulson Linda Paustian 5 Jane Peck Charles Percy Jo Anne Perkins Judy Perkins George Peters Janet Peterson Janice Phillips Jerry Phillips Mary Ponce Earlene Post Marcia Pratt Dennis Pueppka Barbara Ramm Cheryl Rasher Allan Reese Mike Reid Charley Riddle Ed Ritner Phillip Rivera Evelyn Root Marvin Powell l'illQ1'Il1' RIN-11flz1l1l lXZlI'l'I1 Sagesser ,Inv Sanvlirfz XX LiIiI4t'Il Fariclers llurrz-t Sathtiff .Xz11'1111 Sr hurl Run Svhlem Slli'1I'11!l Sf'l1Itf3lClC'I' G111'cl1111 Swhuler ljilI'lt'HP Sears janet Shaneyfelt Sally Sheets Sanflra Simants 'lkwlfly Simants Doug Smith George Smith Sue Smith Larry Snycler Karen SOIT1I'I1E'l'S Christine Soto Leland Spanjer Raymond Spencer Roger Sprague Lyle Stackhouse De Anna Stanton Javk Staples jucly Staples T41111 Stearns l,eR41y Stephens RUN Diane Stillxsell Ruger Stiwliall Sl1z1ru11 Stulvlw- Qarx Stull He-rlu Sukraw laluytl 'liatnian Cllt'SltJI' Ylxdfltil' Nam-5' ll1t1n1psu11 Rosalie Thwrnpson COUNTY GOVERNMENT Sandra Thompson Phillip Thorne 'j N N. ' Georgia Thorpe -Q, I A' HT L ' Q, Dave Titus tr ' P' Doug Todd ff Larry Toillion Chester Tridle Louie Vieyra Modesto Vigil Roger Voss i, up La ,lean Wachholtz Addie Walton Barry Warwick 5 Barbara Watson Charlotte Weidman Linda Wells ,lunnie Widener Niert Wiechman Sharon Wilhelm Sandra Wilkenson Pat Wilson Linda Winchell Robert Windhorst Charles Wing Bob Wise Willie Wiseman Mark Witthuhn Carole YVonka Harriette Woods Bob Yauney Kay Yont ,lane Yosl Dale Young Jerry Ziegler Lowell Ziegner l 3, ,f . 7, ,, nm-f 1: Wmswf :rw-H-ward! WELL NOW WHERE IS THAT COUNTRY999 Mert Wiech man points out a location on the map to his fellow students Peggy Forrester, Velda Dovvell, and Terry Discoe. IS THIS THE SUBJECT??? Terry Walsh is explaining an English problem to Bonnie Magill, Kay Gilster, and Phil Rivera. LEARN lVlUCl-l??? Learning all about electricity are Bill Mendenhall, Beth Henningsen, Jim Koblas, and Eva Gray. TWO PLUS TWO EQUALS FOUR??? Looking over a geometry problem are Barbara Ramm, Jo Ashburn, Jim Dustin, and Denny Christensen. Jah HARD AT WORK??-Sophomore class officers, Geri Chase, Jim States, Jim Pappas and Denny English, are pleased after a successful year. MR. BULLDOG!!!-Waiting for start of pep assembly are jayvee cheerleaders, Beverly Miller, Karen Bale, and Suzi Andrews. Four hundred and forty-three sophomores took an active part in student council activities, as jayvee cheerleaders and as queenis attendants plus all the other school activities during the course of their first year in North Platte Senior High School. Cheerleaders were Beverly Miller. Suzi An- drews, and Karen Bale. Class officers were: President, Jim Statesg Vice-President. Denny English, Secretary, Geri Chaseg and Sergeant-at-Arms, ,lim Pappas. Student Council representatives from the soph- omore class were: Gayle Foxen, Merrill Smith, Mary Lou Cox, ,lim States, Denny English, ,lane Johannesen, Roy Wagner, Judy Killham, Lana Kiser, Don Janecek and Ron Young. The sophomore class held two class parties, one on December the 7 and the other later in the year. DREAMY MUSlC???-Found at December 7 sophomore class party are Fred Naish, Connie Jameson, Connie Heglin, Denny English, Don .lanecek and Sheryl Yanken. ,, Q as -H' ,, ff .f , S . MS' I M in 9 -N f LJ ' ' 6' 4 fzaf 'f 4 :f',' wg T24 -L 'GL ' 'V f Q4 -mf ,vw QM, 2 , f ww- K M 5 W fa? t rss. gg? K, ' 'Q 3 , 23, if L' JG Ek i. J s IQ' Wy, , ' 4 w. 'Af L f 4 , 5? 1. K ,Q X 2 4,3 ew if iw hz, - -ff, .W . 39" ffwff an 'wr L 4 ng ?f .Q fr , vga A M , ' A .gli 512521 f 3' ,, !,i?,. Q .W if ,,.g-.4,:.. ,.x. ,. , :A-f,. Jw.,-,, , -V: ., 1 .A ILC' im. s. .X ,ff - ,, 2 . X .--1, 4 'LL k Us M ,ff in ,ef 141+ fm IME ' A'f3b!55iz'S " r + ,,ww. 4 11 4 ,z , A 9 B h Z? ,f I A 1 , s Y ,F 4' .. A .J , , x 1 V 5? A" Q 1 , Q Vlb, gf: I 5 .wi -5fy, : ',, m if Q9 I 1 Q, 3 I T E . Q. I , i L l . A 1 1 ' il Q E i l l J li ,K 1 5 , Z f BACK ROW: Delbert Skinner, Gary McCandless, Russell Reynolds, John Wilnes, Ed Pacheco. THIRD ROW: Karen Williams, Diane Mahoney, Bon- nie Watson, Connie Heglin, Karen Pribble. SECOND ROW: David Hunnicutt, Jirn Linus, Steve Morton, Merrill Smith. FIRST ROW: Yvonne Mac- Farland, Pat Janecek, Judy James. MY SOPHOMORES HAD BACK ROW: Gary MacFarland, Tim Porter, Julian Nelson, Bob Nisley, Clifford Emerson. THIRD ROW: Jim Ridgeway, Gerald Schroeder, Don Jensen, Kenneth Gage, Richard McCance. SECOND ROW: Pat Walher, Janice Halligan, Marie Zalud, Mary Hunt. FIRST ROW: Karla Kohl, Merlee Hemenway, Charlette Mason. ,4 ll TT Q"' 5 .9 au: 7 , 9 4 GWB w V A W V q xv , A 1' 4, 4 5 , if f ' f Z 1 . kiwi! y y Q W f' Q Af ' 2 ,li If 9' , ., 1,- QF , . . . f . 'G i A 1 ' 6 .ff Q ,fa 5 414 f 'S Z , I 'fan ,4, 12' . 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CLASS NUMBERED 340 BACK ROW: Denny Lienemann, Bill Stephenson, George Hall, Denny Nelson, Terry Timmerman. THIRD ROW: Ray Schneider, Jim Harris, Bob Hughbanks, David Stevens, Jerry Lafcher. SECOND ROW: Mary McMichael, Peggy Lehmann, Sandy Shoemaker, Mary Thompson. FRONT ROW: Audray Ryan, Connie Barrett, Donna Powers. T 5 . Q , 'E r Q9 4 5 J Q W as 1 -GPN vii- ' 'ww My 'fa 1 di' QQ w 5 W f- ,+- . .y 1? . t,. K ,U ' A ,,M I, Q ,,'2'9Fa x 'A' ffl,-f"i fmzoff Y . ' :qu .2 ' qgfuifq' QQ ' 'Q X np 1 Q' A -L f , V 6 A ' 'LL I . a A fi I is v i l , 5 'i ? al f, BACK ROW: Ed Moore, Bob Path, John Wilson, Gary Sexsen, Bob Henningsen. THIRD ROW: Rose Hall, Peggy Peterson, Sandra Mead, Mickey Wells, Pat Scott. SECOND ROW: Stanley Willnelrnson, Danny Lunkwitz, Gene Lonkwitz, Larry Warwick. FlRST ROW: Lois Piel, Starlene Clagirler, Joyce Little. LOVE THAT CAT! Warren Bush, Gary Wills, Sandra Benson, and Vickie Rivera enioy looking at a skele- ton of a cat in biology class, lT'S THIS WAY! Jirn States ex- plains problems to Gayle Foxen, Karen Bale, and Leroy Lovato, THAT'S NOT RIGHT! Denny Linenernann tries to ex- plain to Peggy De Bord and David Hunnicut lost how to do a certain English problem. nt, 4' f .M ' 1- V gf' ill if Eff Q L ., ., r,f1,i!u.f 1 I-M14 ' A 2 ,- Ns? 2,-. .af -I' 1- in 5 "5 5 I '-3' - if 1 w F E 1 , J ', Q P wt pf 2 as v 5 S 5 Q , 5 NWN, V . L Q H Au """""" Wfggf. ummm . ' 54? v PRINCIPAL ERNEST HORACE-K OF MY STUDENTS Miss Mary Hutton received her A.B. at the University of Nebraska and her All. from the Lhiversity of Wvisconsin and the University of Montana. Her office is always busy with students with their questions and problems which she always seems able to solve. She serves as Vice-Principal and Voca- tional Cuidance Director of North Platte High School. Principal Ernest Horacek obtained his degree at the Nebraska State Teachers' College at Peru and the bniversity of Nebraska. He has a great many responsibilities and duties. He is general supervisor of the school activities, is frequently seen visiting the classes while in session and handles the finances. He helps with the discipline and problems of the students. 7 VICE-PRINCIPAL MISS MARY HUTTON z,- HARD WORKER-Secretary LaRae Attebery works hard typing transcripts and giving a helping hand to the many students who Lome into the office with questions. IS THAT SO!-Ernest Horacek, Margaret Morton, Mrs. Schrag, and Roy Mayer listen to the latest gossip from Elmer Schrag. STRIKE""9'9 George Nicovich waits tensely for the outcome of his throw during a typical Thursday afternoon faculty bowling session HANDS OFF THE GOODIESI!-Elmer Schrag hungrily eyes the refreshments to be served College Night. Mrs. Schrag and Miss Sharon Logan hold the goodies. DID YOU HEAR THAT???-Lillian Eberhart questions Miss Erma Grill about the funny popped by sober faced Clair Sorensen. Mrs. Sorensen and usual teacher-to-tea Mrs. Kenneth Shuck sit by and listen to the cher banter. :fav ' QQ ff-41 Z. "-:af 1 A lg? if , , W- -'fu ,Q2f,ff,,v,' .42 ,g.,f,:z if ,ff,f4 .J Zh ,, A Y I , M, , ew f f cf 2 ' 2 4 , . W 14' A- W M? , sf 1, W fs' :Vik ?? f' V 9,372.42 Yi ,-,hw My , , . WD? 4 4 4, A.. f ,L .L .fv- gfw M.. gpm' ANNA MARIE RANXEY RICHARD RAYNARD English 3-4 Art 3-4 Row and Fu Cluh ,Krl 5-6 and l., ROBERT REICAN Nlenhanical Drawing i T Q E I U Y ,f j GLENN REINERTSON RODNEY ROBERTS LARRY RO3IEI5ER Vocal Music American History High School Band Drive-r Training Music' Ensc-mhle Club Hliltrry Clllll JOHN RUYIMLIIJ LINIJELI. SCIILEIF ELNIER FCIIRAG Spangll lliulugy Vocational ,Xgrirulturc Spanish Cluh Scif-ncc Club Gavel Cluh karl if KEN SHKCK JUANITA SIVITS CLAIR SLOAN Industrial Arts Office Training Reta.i.l Sales Fix-It Club Typing 1.2 Industrial Relations Bookkeeping Distributive Education GERALDINE SLOAN International Relations Modern Problems pu JIM SMITH Biology Basketball Coach ULALA SMITH CLAIR SORENSEN EDNA STEVENS Typing I-2 World Geography Nurse Shorthand 142 English 5-6 Seasonal Sports PEGGY TISHER Girls' Physical Education Biology Girls' Athletic Association G. urvg WGN SCHOOL :wmomfj ,lo vnu ZETHA WARREN VERNON YANNEY Lakin 3.4 American History Latin Club Driver Training Hi-Y Club ALLISON YOST Math 3 Physics Algebra 3-4 Hi-Y Club Pictured below are CL-RJ Maxine Pickens, Louise Welliver, Verda Elliot, and Ruth Gembala who prepare and serve the food for the students at noon. CAROL YOUNG Librarian ffm Keeping the halls clean are the "faithful broom crew." Janitors are lL-RD Clarence Turpen, Willis Schomer, Albert Beyers, and Cecil Hopkins. ""'li i Z' 52 F IIII , 'W e , i,m,,,4 , -.fr 2' , ' . in .-as , 1 4 L J.. 1. , I 9 , u.s""""' W- ',4. .M -5 t , X ANNUAL QUEEN 5 ,Q Susan Swift f it jk ,K 1 Y , fi'-L - S- 'f' ,i ff , ii "ln x qu- , V A 1 2215+953 'N' Wg 4 wtf. E 3 . 4 Q 1 r A, , 95391-' W' M 1f'T '?5f'D'W img: K M,,a"' M 1 .. ff f w fr ' .ff H 'K . ' ' 1' 1 , 4 4. 1 ! if PEP CLUB QUEEN irginia Rannie I PR I 2' Mx MY OLIILL AND SCROLL INITIATES MEMBERS il QUILL AND SCROLL LEADERS!! Bill Hord, Rosemary Smallwood and Ron Ruff look over the typewritten list of new candidates. QUILL AND SCROLL ACTIVES!! Beverley Bussell, Pat Morgan and Donna Jean Mattke display North Platte's charter. :imma uf... 'X SLAVE LABOR AT WORK IN THE SALT MINE!! New initiates k 5 Charlotte Walter, Coleen Piper, Donna Flemming, Jerry Engdahl and Janet Howard do the dirty work of Cleaning up the press ALL PRESENT AND Accoumso Poms Jerry Engdahi, Charlotte waiver, Donna "OOM Jean Mattke, Ron Ruff, Rosemary Smallwood, Coleen Piper, Donna Flemming, Bill Hord, Pat Morgan, Beverley Bussell and Janet Howard are ready to start the meeting. "Ye Shall Know the Truth and the Truth Shall Make You Freeii-The code of Quill and Scroll international honorary society for high school journalists. Eleven members at North Platte High School try to promote journalism as a worthwhile activity. Officers were Bill Hord. president: Rosemary Smallwood. vice-president: and Ron Ruff. secretary- treasurer. Members initiated in February were Coleen Piper. Charlotte Walter, Janet Howard. Donna Flam- ming and ,lorry Engdahl. A banquet was held at the end of the year where the new members received their pins and cards. To he qualified for membership, a student must have put forth an outstanding effort in the field of journalism. 69 is YOU DO IT THIS WAY!! Editors Rosemary Smallwood and Bev- erley Bussell are shown with sponsor Betty Batterton. Many hours of hard work go into the making of an an- nual. This yearis staff boasts ten girl editors and one boy photographer. Sixth period every day found this group assembled in the press room making layouts, copy reading. and typing as each deadline approached. 70 -,L ' -O Nl'-l .ft- 1' SMILE EVERYONE!! Charlotte Walter, Janice Lookhart, Con- nie Young, Coleen Piper, and Jerry Engdahl look over new layouts. ANNUAL STAFF LOOK AT ALL THIS JUNK!! Janice Butterworth, Susan Swift, Donna Flaming, Karen Shaneyfelt, and Janet Howard look over materials. J. L M M,,,,,,, 1 HOT OFF THE PRESS!! Rosemary Smallwood, Janice Lookhart, Beverley Bussell and Jerry Engdahl watch the papers come off the press. PAPER STAFF TYPE AWAY!! Ron Ruff, Judy Chadd, Twilla Lockhart and Bill Hord type their stories to meet the press deadline. ...I CHECKING THINGS OVER!! Editors Pat Morgan and Donna Jean Mattke discuss the new paper with sponsor Betty Batterton. The "Bulldogger" Came off the press 30 times this year with the help of the Tribune Printers where the midnight oil was frequently burned. Several staff members at- tended the Nebraska High School Press Association Con- vention in Lincoln where Jerry Engdahl placed third in the advertising contest. 7I MY STUDENT COUNCIL RESPONSIBLE JUNIOR JOKERSI' Bob Carpenter Terry Dlscoe Merf Wlechman Jnm Koblas Ron Beeson George Peters Ronnie Baker Roger Stockall Karen Knrnball and Jlrn Dustln SENIOR SMARTIESII Dee Koch Ron Watson Jerry Workman Doug Glascock Connie Young Allen Harano Jerry Engdahl and Cleo Whnesel SOPHOMORE SILLIESI' Don Janecek Roy Wagner Jem States Denny English Gayle Foxen Ron Young Judy Knllnham Lana Knser Mary Lou Cox and Jane Johannesen Thlrtx one student COUIICII memhere were led bs Presldent Ron Ruff V1CCP16QldCnt Btll Hord Serretarx Susan Smft Serveant at Arms Kent Allen and sponsor Mrs Lllllan Eberhard throuffh another successful Near of gowernmff the student hw dx of North Platte Hwh School The flfth annual TWIRP Week was 303111 sponsored bs the student eounell The week of festlutles was rllmaxed In an assembls where due to a tle the two 'IVIRP ICIIIVQ were annoumed a Larrx Xndrems and ,Terry Engdahl Other candldates were ellmlnated In a ple throwlng Contest The Student Connell also sponsored a TWIRP Dance where the proceeds nent mto a fund to brlnff a forewn ex chanffe student to North Platte D COUNCIL OFFICERS POSEI' Kent Allen Llllnan Eberharf Ron Ruff Susan Swrfr and Bull Hord look over the minutes of the year s rneetmgs . x . 1 5 V, Q4 " h 4' ,, . R I .. , W ' " H I I I 1 I I ' I ' 1 . 'W A , , I I n - n C, ' ' -Q . L - - xv rx a ,. V C . 1 i g F . . P . , U . . - ,. ' . aa . 'f " r-' . , , , K , .. M , 5 . D F A. FOR MANY ACTIVITIES ,.f- 7 40 Q4 if A 'll' I V W waudlff CROWNING HER MAJESTY!!! Tom Truathan crowns senior queen Shirley Sutherland Ccenterj, iunior attendant Peggy Forrester lleftl, and sophomore attendant Bev Miller frightj. The student council sponsored the Color Day activities which included an assembly held during the afternoon. The entire council took part in the program which was written by president Ron Ruff. Climaxing the Color Day events was the crowning of Shirley Sutherland as Color Day Queen and the presentation of her attendants Peggy Forrester lJr.l and Bev Miller lSoph.l during the half time ceremonies. Another project of the student council was the purchasing and decorating of the huge tree which stood in the main hall during the Christmas season. DIG THAT CRAZY CAT!!! Members of the student council JINGLE BELLS!!! Left to right are Doug Glascock Jerry Work chant in a mob scene from their color day assembly. man, Karen Kimball, Cleo Whitesel, Ron Young Judy Kullham Jim Dustin, and George Peters. I i W ll! woo FEMININE WORKERS COMPOSE MY FIX IT CLUB fi '97 'Q JILLS OF ALL TRADES" Slavnng over the machlnes are Connle FEMALE FIXERSH Betty Nansel Jo Paulsen Sue Lunday Elanne Fen Clarme Annetta Young Jane Babb Kenneth Shuck Joan Manary wack Mary Horne and Peggy Neuman are busy at work Sandra Hnltabudel and Frances Bunger The FIX It Club alms at teachmg glrls how to repaxr household materlals and make thmgs out of wood and metal Members constructed wooden bowls, coffee tables, servlng trays and centerpleces out of wood for thexr projects Thelr color day float Totem Away walked off wlth Lhlfd prlze Leadlng the 27 members were Connle Clarme, presldent, Frances Bunger, VICC presldent, Annette Young, secretary , and ,lane Babb, treasurer Ken Shuck 15 sponsor veg ml BW REL ,wth 5 td Ax, t 9 llgsalll 5 Emplfnna aria Ma ll bond ,? USXUQ .nber 9 d an Oo re 'iq H Sad. , A QNGEL Simon Cov sr afre, hexna el-sd ar,-,da Be YONE LO maven HO SWB" y ca'Pe e"f Ever N LundaY Mafhwn me' Worlsnnie Wafseverly M Sue Heeie - Sof, 6 ille, hioee nd Pqsi c em' 74 STATISTICS OF MY BULLDOG EVENTS STUDIED zfffewnll LADY SCQ fe Rav FO' REKEEPERSH sand for the Camera a Pl'nlllP5 Harper Sharon D ra M'll'kIf1 Sue Hath Su Smllnng n Jerry een Ma H Sway D,,3n STATISTIC Forreger Nascn Thompso Donna McMorrls compnle Ze sigggffsson Mary Edward ans Ted Brown d DennlS Camp e Joanne Ogle' an The mam job of the Bulldog Statlstlcs Club IS to keep accurate statlstlcs of all th B lld esu s are shown to the team Members of the club learn more about the games, plays and vlolatlons whlch are posslble Chosen to lead the club were Nancy Thompson, presldent, Ted Brown, vlce presrdent, and Peggy Forrester, secretary treasurer Ray Fox IS the sponsor f-'T CHECK THOSE SCORES" Charles M 1 ar nnez Jnm Pappas Cheryl MEN AT WORK" Working on the scores are Ed Morgan Leo Chen Rasher Georgna Thorpe Barbara Ramm and Susan Smnth kee p gren Gale Huntmgton Charles Johnson Warren Cecil Tom Johns the scores for a recent game and Richard Bockus ' '- ,ff.,fmrf,,yf. 4 Y, ,- F , I , ' 3 I , J 3 at .. I- 1 l I I I ' I ' l I . ' u I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' e u og athletic events. Percentages. are figured and the r lt . f 4 T! , I ' - 4 X I ,fl auf 11:11. X-I T ,s , lf gl yn 5' X X .., T X I I I . I . I I .I 75 MY CHEMISTS STUDY LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS CHIEF MIXERSI' Vernon Johns Frank Parrish Curt Knttle and Merrull Godfrey have lust completed one of their many experiments 'Nlerrill Godfrey was the sponsor of the Chemlstrx Club assisted by presldent Vernon Johns secretary treasurer Frank Parrish and lab assistant Curt Kittie Experlmental work was frequent in the laborators and the club worked mth such things as tooth paste soil and soft drmks Fleld trips were taken one being to the Weather Station the students to work on their chemlstry proj ects which were required for regular class work BUSY BODIESV' Tom Meacomber Larry DeVrnendf and Alan Short CHEMISTS AT WORK" Lynn Cohagen Donna Jean Mattke Karen use the gas hood Henry Neva Moruarty and Lmda Fletcher max up solutions 76 Time was allowed in the activity period for Y A rv L V, ' we 'L ' " e,aN WE PLAY MUSIC Servlng as offlcers for the Ensemble Club were Clark Llle, presldent, Donna McCullough VICC presldent, and Pat Johnson, secretary treasurer ACLIVILY perlod each week usually found the club engaged 1n playlng a varlety of dlfferent types of muslc A dance band whlch played for school func tlons, lncludmg a Trl H1 Y meetmg, was formed Lawerence Romelser was the sponsor of the c u WE ARE THE ENSEMBLE CLUB TOP BRASSH Officers Donna McCullough Patrucla Johnson Clark Lnle and sponsor Larry Romenser look over new musuc I AND A 2 AND A 3' Ted Champnn Jerry Hansen Kenneth Combs READY PLAYH Patncna Bower Carroll Coleman Janice Twudell and and Jane Yost are about ready to play a tune Bull Cunnmgham take a break from theur musuc 77 1 b. y W' w 3 i 'Sf i! Q DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, WE ARE HERE!! Jim Duslin, Doug Todd, Byron Boslau, Keiih Cronn, Kent Allen, Denny Lienemann and Willis Wiseman relax at a meeting. SHARP KEY CLUBBERS!! Roger Voss, Lowell Zeigner, Denny Christiansen, Mer? Wiechman, Jirn Kubicelc, Jim McWilliams, Lynn Gunlicks and Wayne Haas back into a corner af the sign? of a flash bulb. x ff? . 5 , LET ME GO---LET ME GOV Paul Kanive, Danny Carr, Jolwn Clark, Denny Englisl' Jin' Sfa'es, Alan Reese, Jim Elliot and Maurice Lee discuss the Key Club program. ACCORDING TO MR. WEBSTER IT MEANS-l! Jerry Engdahl tells Allyn Eaves, Willis Wiseman, Ray Steven, sponsor, Danny Armstrong and Mike Johnson what the word means. . MY KEY CLUB STRIVES FOR A BETTER NATION This year the Key Club held their district eon- vention in North Platte. Danny Armstrong was eleeted Lieutenant Governor for the district with loeal officers being Alike Johnson. president: Vliil- lis Vliiseman. x'ir'e-president: Allyn Eaxes. secretary and Jerry Engrlahl. treasurer. The Key Club sponsored an all-school dance. held an intra-elub dance where they crowned their Key Club Sweetheart and held a Mother-Son Banquet. For one of their programs Bud Hanley Came to talk on the theater. As their projects the Key Clubbers published student directories. sold eandy at the Scout-o-rama. sold eushions at the Indianls baseball games and rang bells for the Salvation Army at Christmas time. Sponsor for the Key Club is a Kiwanian, Ray Stevens, Sr. Cary Stull was the chairman of the social com- mittee, Gerry Yvaltemath was the chairman of the support of churches committee. Allen Harano was the chairman of the project committee. Willis Wiseman for the program committee and Maurice Lee was the chairman of the publicity committee. H. . , GOING SOMEWHERE?? Walter John- son, Aaron Schad, Pat Leech, Ivan McMurtry, Allen Harano and Ray Ogier go in to the Key Club meeting 5 HERE WE SIT LIKE BIRDS IN THE WILDERNESS!! Jim Herrod, Tom Harris, Denny Nelson, Mr. "Dutch" Elliot, Carroll Cederburg, Gary Stull, Hans Johnson and Larry Young talk over some of the Key Club activities. GO, MAN GO!! Mike Johnson dances with the Key Club Sweetheart, Annetta Young, while other Key Club Members look on. I-vu va BISON BAR B-Q!! The Key Club Float won second place in the color day parade. An. MY MATHEMATICIANS WADE THROUGH TRICKY PROBLEMS SPOT CHECKING!! Richard Davis, Sharon Logan and Raymond Smith look to see what is new on the bulletin board. DEEP IN THOUGHT!! Mary Ann Maline, Sylvia Maline, Daniel Blakeman, Larry Toillion and Robert Gastineau study the magic square. AT WORK!! Warren Sanders, Roger Nichols, Gary Hiatt, Joyce Jergensen and Eda Nichols work a problem on the board. The Mathemagic Club, sponsored by Sharon Logan, has been working throughout the year on tricky prob- lems and shortcuts on solving these problems. Checkers, chess, and contact are some of the games played to further the students' knowledge in math. Richard Davis headed the club assisted by Gary Moser, vice-president, and Raye Smith, secretary. USEFUL GADGETS MADE BY MY CRAFTS CLUB V , rx , f President of the Crafts Club this year was Linda Anderes with Georgia Dike serving as vice-president and Gail Shaw as secretary-treasurer. The purpose of the club was to make seasonal gadgets and things that would possibly be useful at home. Candles and Santa Claus heads were made at Christmas, while glasses were initialed later on in the year. Alice McMichael served as sponsor of the club. LIGHTING THE WAY!! Barbara Nisley, Georgia Dike, Linda Anderes, Gail Shaw, and Alice McMichael make candles for the holidays. SPELLBOUND!! Marlea McNeal, Marie Freeburg, Audrey Ryan Susan Devorak, and Judy Perkins daydream for the camera. HANDY WORK!! Lynda Cook, Mary Thompson, Caro- lyn Wonch, Jeannette Adle and Sue Fisher display one of their proiects. BIG TEN ACTIVITIES STUDIED Athletics played by the Big Ten schools and leading colleges are followed and discussed hy the twenty-five members of the Big Teners Club. The club is designed to acquaint students with high school and College sports and many newspapers and magazines are read on differ- ent sports. Clarence Kuhicek sponsors the club which has chosen jack Sargent as president. ,lohn Wlilnes as vice-president Y 'J 1 and Gene Jones as secretary-treasurer. THE TOP FOUR OF THE BIG TENERS CLUB!! Gene Jones, Jack Sargent and John Wilnes look over statistics with C. J. Kubicek I 5 . v-ix that WHO'S ON TOP? Rating the teams are David Fair- child, Gary Atkins, Ricky Parr, Steve Rivera, Ron Som- mer, and Dwight Arney. over current books. GETTING THE LOW-DOWN!! .Ion Arent, Don Sykes, Dennis Foster, Dennis Gilbert, Larry Nelson, George Hall, Fred Hatch and Vaughn Meyer look gr. . 1 uv' WHAT ARE THE ODDS? Studying the current magazines are Jerry Attebery, Gary McCandless, Nathaniel Skeets, Bob Path, David Hunnicutt, Jim Harris and Don Janecek. 82 MY BOOK CLUBBERS PROMOTE GOOD READING HABITS Serving as officers of the Teenage Book Club were Billie ,lo Heckenlively, presidentg Linda Stock- all, vice-presidentg and Kay Gilster, secretary-treasurer. Lane NIcClellen, Bill Wood, and Barbara Bates are members not pictured. The Book Club, sponsored by Carol Young, tried to promote pleasure in reading and good read- ing habits. Each month book selections were made out of "Tab Newsi' and the activity periods were spent in reading and discussing these books in an informal manner. CHECKING OUT KNOWLEDGE!! Connie Troyer, Billie Jo Heckenlively, Carol Young, Linda Stockall, Wilma Baltzell, Kay Gilsfer, Donna Powers and Jacqueline Tridle. STUDIOUSH Rosalie Thomsen, Dick Beza, Pat Samuelson, Leonard Beniamin, Dora Coombe, Linda Winchell and Sara Nielsen. 3 WE LIKE TO READ!! Bob Mason, Rudy Harlin, Linda Paustian, John Wilson, Karla Kohl, Jo Ashburn, Dorothy Hamer and Judy Morgan. BOOKWORMS!! Diana Axtell, Marcelina Duarte, Judy Clark, Myra Moore, Mary Ellen McKillip, Sharron Sykes, Eva Moriarty and Nancy Woodcock. N5,.f,g,i E? i"z?,: we gl Q flag ,Q f'A,2,,7 Lf 4 may wk f iivfmw fi, sy Q fy , n ,.,,L, , ,Qi 1 A5 .T n MQW mmf A f 'PS' fffigtfga 3 NEW NAME Cabinet meetings were helcl at the first of every month and others attending be- sides the top officers were Pat Morgan. Soi-ial Chairman: Charlotte Walter. Fi- nanve Chairman: Virginia Rannie. Pro- gram Chairman: Henrietta Tracy. Service and Worship Chairman: Shannon Egle. Publicity Chairman: Marcia Fry. Music' Chairman: Domia Flammingr. pianist ancl Sandra Killiham. historian. FINANCE COMMITTEE!! Nancy Kokier, Jane Keime, Janice Look- hart, Eldeen Hoover, Jane Ann Hyde, Janet Rosenburg, Sandra Killiham, Betty Nielsen, Kathy Wonch, Scarlett Weider, Marianne McLellan, Charlotte Walter lchairrnanl and Earleen Post count the money after a big haul. PROGRAM COMMITTEE!! Virginia Rannie Cchairrnanb Sheryl Yanken, Marilyn Hall, Linda Hipwell, Janet Howard, Janice Butterworth, Marian Walters, Beth Henningsen, Jane Johanne- sen, Linda Wells and Mary McMichael are engaged in a panel discussion. rv PUBLICITY COMMITTEE!! Sharon Voseipka, Mary Ann Tatman, Sandra Mead, Barbara Amstuz, Beverly Enzminger, Sandra Lunday, Janice Phillips, Lynn Gloor, Gail Magers, Connie Young, Donna Dustin, Judy Staples, Shannon Egle lchairmanl and Jane Peck paint a sign to advertise the Mother-Daughter tea. WHO'S YOUR BOOTLEGGER? Connie Jameson, Eldeen Hoover, Janice Phillips and Henrietta Tracy pour cider? at the "Roaring Twenties" Get Acquainted Party. 85 MY OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS DOES THIS GO HERE? Lloyd Flock, Glenn Leth, Jim Garner, Ronnie Baker, Ida Mae Boldt, Phil Linde- kugal, and Bill McCovvin learn how to load a gun. Hunting and Fishing Club this year was under the sponsorship of Bill Mccowin. The Club included 31 boys and 1 girl. Activity period found them promoting interest in hunting and fishing and to familiarize them with game laws and regulations, and safety habits. Many interesting rods and guns were shown and speakers also frequented meetings. Lloyd Flock was elected president, Glenn Leth, vice- presidentg and Ida Mae Boldt, secretary. BANG-YOU'RE DEAD!! Showing their shooting skill are Robert Windhorst, Dan Lunwitz, Stan Wilhelmson, Barry Warwick, Terry Parr, Jerry Hansen and Clifford Baker. THE FISH WAS THIS LONG!! Richard McCance, Don Lunwitz, SPIN THAT ROD!! Dennis Reeves, Russell Kendle, Gene Lunkwitz, Ed Ron Heitman, Gus Maline, Warren Bush, Norman Davis and Moore, Julian Nelson and Phil Lindekugal. Jerry Latschar. 86 PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE TUDIED ELMER AND THE BOYS!!! Pictured are officers, along with their sponsor, Jerome Knoll, Gary Kohlmann, Elmer Schrag, and Bill Maiors. Gavel Club, sponsored hy the vocational agriculture instructor, Elmer Schrag, began in 1955 to further the knowledge of its members in the use of parliamentary procedure. The club uses its guide. "Roberts Rules of Orderf, to good advantage in their meetings. Bill Majors headed the club as their president while Garry Kuhlmann served as vice-presidentg Jerome Knoll, secretaryg and Charles Beckius, treasurer. CHECKING THROUGH THE RULES BOOK!!! Bob Jones, Ron Rains, Francis Kesslar, Gordon Schuler, Allen Maline, and Gary Gardner prepare for a parliamentary procedure lesson. xa- I. X if 'Z 1 ,pw t , , PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE IN USE!!! Tim George, Tom Zimmerman, PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!!! Bob Manary, Dale Young, Larry Gary Woodcock, Clifford Hemenway, John Maline, and Marvin Knoll Montross, Albert Sonneman, Marivin Runback, and Gilbert PO!-'nd The 9aVel- Sonneman read carefully. 87 MY DRAMATICS CLUB HEARS SPEAKER The llranlatimfs Clulv. ln-arlerl ln Nlary .-Xnn filllllfjll. president: Mary Lannun. WHO DONE lT'?'? Judy Beveridge, Christina Armstrong, Mable Srnolik, Gordon Sukstorf, Bar- bara Foran, Glenda Morgan, Bob Kelsey and Kathy Brittain deny putting a tack on Gordon's chair. WHAT'S GOING ON OVER THERE!! Rosemary Smallvvood, Sandra Howes, Janice Norfhouse, Sandra Odegard, Mary Becker, Carol Boling and Dixie Erickson watch the antics of the actors in the other corner of the room. 88 tive-president: Junnie Vfiflc-111-1'. sevre- tary: and Gilbert Wilkinson. treasurer. studied the modern trends in the dra- matics field. Discussion groups fre- quently talked over the different phases of the theater and an interesting meeting was when Mrs. Burl Hanley spoke to the group about her personal exper- iz-nves in the theater. The Clulfs float won fourth plave in the color day parafle. George Nicovieh sponsors the eluh. STUDYING DRAMATICSH Eva Gray, Linda Samuelson, Sharron Wil- helm, Vicki Leonard, Nancy Eurich, Karen Sagesser, Janet Dickenson and Ann DeMilt learn some theater arts. v -4-. fs ' ARTFUL ACTORS!! Reed Tomlinson, Junnie Widener, Steve Wilkinson, Mary Ann Gordon, Marguerite Nansel, Kay Hern- don, Mary Lannon and Gilbert Wilkinson. MANY PHASES OF JOURNALISM EXPLORED The Journalism Club, under the di- rection of Betty Batterton. featured trips to many interesting centers around North Platte, including the Telegraph- Bulletin, Fairmonts and Coca-Cola Bot- tling Company. The students also enjoyed guest speakers on photography and the op- portunities in the field of sports writ- ing. Officers elected were president, Dick Mattkeg vice-president, Pat Mcxallyg secretary, Linda Haglerg and treasurer, Sharon Hall. Wllan the Bison" was the theme fea- tured in the clubis color day float which won first place. ,. A 1 NOOSE WRITERS!! Linda Miller, Sharon Hall, Pat McNally, Linda Hagler, Dick Mattke, Karen Kim- ball and Janice English learn some techniques of iournalism. HM-M-M-M-M, SO THIS IS HOW IT'S DONE!! Mary Durbin, Pat Wess- lund, Sharron Woods, Arman Edwards, Dennis Deen, Howard Tabler, Danny Riveria and Dick Koca get The low down. YOU DON'T SAY!! Mary Lou Cox, Gayle Foxen, Karen Bale, Q 6 JIAZZY JOURNALISTS!! Pausing work for the Camera BV Geri Cl'e'Y'.Hl"ablde" 5a"dY Navlauxf Mme 5'a'l'eY and Ellen E Freeze, Pearl Cauffman, Sandy Shoemaker, Sharon Bahn, Diane Ender lmen To a guest speaker' Mahoney, LeRoy Stephenson, Jim Griffis. 89 2' 'uf' 1-ui'1 1:5 ,.. fx- 1 ,M - -' - - . A , ,141-5' bl ' ffwnv PROMOTERS OF BETTER GOVERNMENT!! ROW I: George Lockhart, Terry Pocock, Bob Hughbanks, Byron Barkeloo, Dale Wagner, Bruce Warren, Jack Harper. ROW 2: Joe Maldonado, Ted Leth, Louis Cooper, Morris Turner, Neil McConahay, Jim Roby, Jim Helms and G. Allison Yost, sponsor, at- tended the Youth and Government Program at the State Capitol in Lincoln in November. 5 -+-Q -LTP THEIR AIM IS TO BE USEFUL!! Maurice Palmer, Jim Hicken, Ted Simants, Dan Hoover, Bill Froman, Loren Cecil, Cliff Emer- son, Ron Schlem, Dean Waterman, Charles Lieurance and Ronald Joy talk over some ofthe aims of Hi-Y. IT'S THIS WAY, BOYS!! Vernon Yanney gives Jim Keime, Larry Kirsch, Bob Musgrove, Bob McClellan, Louie Vieyra, Dan Nel- son, Don Dahlinger and Denny Evarts instructions. THIS IS THE REAL THING!! George Lockhart and Jack Harper try selling mistletoe to Mr. and Mrs. Dorl D. Attebery. HI Y DEVELOPS CHRISTIAN GOALS 1 t haf Yernon 2 I tl n larfred H13 Qlub wshlch enjoxecl rluhprofrram of Qpealxer fllm and panel CIIQCUQSIUIIQ Hollx and ITII tletoe were old both after chool and on the downtown treeta at Chrl trna tune a a monex ma Inf' I oject Alex HIC! Qc IU fund the Iam- 1 1n cancx to t e -tuc ent Ihe Thanlwfflxlrlff ploffrarn was preienterl hx the H1 Y and thm members enjoxed a bean feed sshuh was CICQIWHPCI to lnterewt freshman bow In the rluh Ine box: attended thf pre lefrlela tlxc ronfereme IH Scottsbluff and IIIIILCCII clelegratm attended the Nloflel Iefrlelature ln Lmcoln xx here one hrll from North Platte mae paesed and Bruce Warren was elected State Clerk The H1Y members chose Bruce Warren presldent Dale Waffner ureprealdent Ne1IWIr,Conahax Gem retarw Louw Cooper treasurer Don Dahlmfrf r QCFUPHIII at arma and James Rohx Chaplam WE RE THE OFFICERS" James Roby Louus Cooper Nell McConahay Dale Wagner and Bruce Narren led the HrY through a successful year Don Dahlmger who ns not pictured ns als an officer Wgflr 4 READY AND WILLINGII Bob Douty Burton Mlres Bob Wagner Davnd Nichols Randy Turner Tom Chamberlarn Brran Gardner Charles Harrold Ed Hyde Joe Brllrngs and Frank Henmng are ready for work HO HUM HERE WI: ARE AGAINII Jerry Schnacker Make Read Klp Perkins Lloyd Tafman Larry Stoner Bob Yauney John Wrllrams Don Jensen Gordon Ziegler James Ridgeway and Mark Wsfthuhn relax after a hot discussion 9I l I G. Allisor Xos I I ' Yan- l ne-5 ax a helper vith le IUCII en- : C ,K ' ' S S , ,, ,, S 3 'S S ' S lc' F Jr ' A .1 I ' . -I ol fr , sell' gr - I' h- I 5. , :T " I, ', ' .1 fl. , ? , 1 - ,R - ' 1 gk Q , . . ITL . . I V . . I .I ' . . . . O - F z- ' , jg 1 , . 1 g F: . - ,, - - .1 I - ' ' I l V , .4 "'rv , , '.r, " I , . J t. . . I I I I I I A . I- I I I I I . I 4 VOCATIONS FOR TOMORROW SUBJECT OF MY CAREER CLUES CLUB Exploring the qualifications. advantages, anrl clisaclvantages of fwvupatioiis which are npen lu women tnclay sr-ru-s as the purpose nf tln- Czirwfm' Clue-s Clulv. Nlrs. Juanita Sixits serv-s as FIJUITSUI' nf this I0 inc-rnlwr girls' vlulw. Uffiu-re serving for this year are prvsirlz-nt. Nlargraret Peterson: xir-e-pre-siclent. Starlene Clapper: secretary- treasurer. Sally Slim-ts: anfl program chair- man. Carolyn Chamberlain. i OFFICERS PRESIDEI!! Carolyn Chamberlain, Margaret Peter- son, Juanita Sivits, Sally Sheets, and Starlene Clapper look over new materials. --lf? EXPLORING THE GREAT OUTDOORS!!! Joyce Little, Lois Piel, Jo Ann Miller, Carol Evans, Kathee Pinkerton, Suzanne Andrews, and Karen Knapp smile for the camera. TIME OUT FOR HOLIDAY FUN!!! Barbara Olson, Penny Cline, Marjorie Snare, and Bette Harrach enjoy the goodies. MY SPANISH CLUB SHARES MANY ACTIVITIES BUENAS TARDES, AMIGOS!! ROW I: Paul Ekberg, Larry Holmquist, Barbara Gibbs, Pat Janecek, ROW 2: Jennie Rangel, Karen Staples, Pam Shacklett, Carol McGhghy, Janice Halligan, Susan Charron, Janice Zimmerman, Beth Eggert, Cheryll Kunkel, Mary Hunt, Jane Hipwell and John Ruybalid model some costumes from Spanish speaking countries. Sponsoring the Spanish Club this year was John Ruybalid with Karen Staples, presidentg Janice Halligan, vice-presidentg and Pam Shacklett, secretary. Club members had pen pals in Spanish speaking countries and they received their letters written in Spanish. During the activity period Spanish records were played, Christmas carols were sung in Spanish and such topics as bullfights were dis- cussed. A highlight of the year was the Christmas party where a variety of Spanish foods were sampled and the breaking of the pifiata was enjoyed by all. LET'S HAVE SOME GOODlES!! Larry Holmquist, Jane Hipwell and Paul Ekberg fry to break a pinata at the Spanish Club Christmas party. JANICE HILL CHOSEN QUEEN TIME OUT!! Kathy Konritf, Mickey Wells, Linda Edwards, Mary Ellen Cox, Valorie Manors, Judy Brumfield, Barbara Wilson, Pam Ell, Marcia Supanchick, Shirley Hunt take time out from play. Q E521 GYM DANDIES!! Jean Sanchez, Agnes Nichols, Sharon Schneider, Georgina Cooper, Lana Kiser, Karen Hall, Delrna Hagans, Sandra Peterson and Darlene Koch enioy playing games. GYM JEWELS!! Janice Hill, Roberta Hoylman, Marie Hill, Vicky Chase, Judy Chadd, Beth Graze, Carol Martin, Kathy Bruce, Sue Garrick, Carolyn Fletcher and Linda Van Buren pause before a game. President Janice Hill led the members of the Girl's Athletic Association through a successful vear. Serving as vice-president was Twilla Keslar and Jeanenne Krueger was secretary. Dor- othy Craze was treasurer and Annahelle Dirclcsen was publicity chairman. Sports officials were Vic-kv Chase and Georgina Cooper. To encourage athletics for all girls. to develop spirit of fair play and sportsmanship. to provide interesting and wholesome recreational activities for girls. promoting friendliness and pleasant social conduct among memhers are the aims of the C.A.A. Peggy Tisher served as sponsor of the cluh which decorated a color dav float and held several parties during the year. INSTRUSTIONSH Pat Walker, Connie Barrett, Delores Hop- ping, Sharon Holm, Sharon Shonkwiler, Jeanenne Krueger, Twilla Keslar, Annabelle Dircksen, Karlyn lnterholzinger, Joyce Adams and Dorothy G-'aze receive last minute instructions. Rf" THE LINE UP! 'I N- Pat Baker, . i ' A Sandra Luschen, 4 0 Sally Barkmeier, Barbara Bis, Sandra Wheeler, Judy Bockus, Christine Soto, and Lois Baker, are faithful members of G.A,A. 315.54 MY FUTURE HOMEMAKERS LED BY HOLLIDAY LESSON lN PREPARATION!!! Kathleen Hiatt, Shelia Jones, Linda Linsley, Janice Wonka, Budenna Fredericksen, Barbara Holliday, Darlene Cook, and Eleanor Dolph. Girls interested in home economics. members of the Future Home- makers of America, helped promote better understanding of the family and home and strived to become better future citizens. Barbara Holliday served the club as presidentg Linda Linsley, vice-presidentg Shelia Jones. secretaryg and Kathleen Hiatt, treas- urer. Mrs. Eleanor Dolph sponsored the club again this year. The club this year boasted 44 members and saw their year high- lighted with several extra events. DUH-H-H-H-H-H-H!!! Carole Wonka, Claudette Clement, Marlene Olson, Merlee Hemmenway, Carbara McCauley, Beverly Pierce, Shirley Ogborn, Sandra Jones, Barbara Senff. CLUB MEMBERS! Sharon Cox, Cheryl Edis, Ellen Ruth Eaton, Dona Thayer, Carole Olson, Pat Alexander, Darlene Sears, Janet Petersen, Jeanette Cropp, and Deanna Stanton. WHAT'S COOKlNG??? Marilyn Ferguson, Sonia Lunk witz, Michalene Ponce, Beth Kuhlmann, Karen Wil liams, Eleanor Holms, Pat Wilson, LaVonne Reeves Wanda Bitterman, and Karen Houchin. 5... 'A QW ig? . if . 'f is FUTURE HOMEMAKERS!!! Pat Hopkins, Rogene Has kins, son, and Evelyn Root, Charlotte Weedman, Sandra Wilkin Dixie Splinter, Carol Neilson, Sharon Cockran Lavonne Farlen. HAVE JOB - WILL WORK QM Ni.. LOOKING FOR SOMETHINGII Howard Chessmore Donald Muller Deanna H ll Fred Taiman Deanna Daily David Rosen cranfs Clair Sloan David Benlamun and Darrell Ballnnger HMMMMII Ron McNeel Leland Spanger Garret Saafhoff George Smith Jim Schultz and Doug Maw WAGE EARNERSII Charles Percy Dennis Pueppka .John Mc Williams Larry Lynch Dsann Nielsen Wllma Lee Ron Gerken Tom Eddms Kenneth Owen Jerry Walion Ron Lang 96 .5 PART TIME EMPLOYEESII Ted Rookstool Larry Gilbert Lanny Gray John Barnes Larry Snyder and Ray Spencer The promotion and education of sales persons for 'North me Educatlon Club Clalr Sloan sponsored the club which elected Fred Tatman, president Don 'Vliller vice president Deanna Hlll secretary, Deanna Dailew treasurer and Daud Benjamin sergeant at arms Thirty four members worked part time as apprentlces under careful employer tralmng this year 5.94 ' , i, H , ' , I - .,..,.:,3.,,.:...., 7 I Platte business houses is one of the purposes of the Distribu- -f I . y . I I ' ' . l-- I I I POINTS OF INTEREST TOURED BY MY OUR TOWN CLUB TRAVELING MEMBERS" Sandra Blerma Loretta Stellman Margie Eyten Sharon Booth Margie Eddms Shirley Owens Marilyn McKenny Char Th1S club of twenty three members was sponsored by Tom Lemonds and led by presldent ,lamce Weaver, VICC presldent Dan Chrlstensen, and Lmda Renfroe, secretary treasurer The purpose of the club IS to promote IHICTBSI ln North Platte busmess flrms and places Tours to mam pomts of mterest were enjoyed bv Our Town clubbers PLANSH Don Steele Dan Chrnsfensen Jamce Weaver Terry Walsh Lmda Renfroe Modesto Vlgul and Tom Lemonds SAY CHEESE" Wayne Cashman Cherry Needham Nancy Hunt Paulme Houchln Carol McCullough Charles Porter and Ed Pacheco WE VE GOT YA COVEREDH ROW I Bonnie Morris Mary Ponce Twalla Lookhart Kaiherme Harvey ROW 2 Bennie Torres Ron Von Behren and Duck Fugate 97 9 . I f . f I , . 9 3 PM 7' " I . I l I f , , - -- , , f f , -- , , , . I . ' I . I I ' Iotte Mason, Karen Schnacker, Mike Macomber, Mary Lopez. fifgis- ,, , 4 ' .. : ' ' , 1 1 ' : . , - MY FAMED LETTERMEN WORK TOGETHER w x it XS EVERYBODY IS HERE!! ROW I: Jerry Workman, Ron Ruff, Bill Hord, Doug Glascock, Larry Andrews, Ron Beeson, Randy Merfens. ROW 2: Jim Jones, Bill Haynes, Gary Kosbau, Doug Burion, Jim Graham, Richard Jochem, George Peters, Gene Hill. ROW 3: Bernie Childersfon, Delbert Lincoln, Tom Trauthen, Ron Watson, Dee Koch, Norman Miller, Bob Kanive, Mike Bolan. ROW 4: Ron Wall, Gary Howard, Larry Gerken, Phil Riveria, Bob Carpenter, Terry Discoe, .larold Peck and Dan Windhorsr. fu. ,Zh .1 xx. 4' 'sa .af I qs, nl. THE BIG NP DISPLAYED BY LETTER CLUB OFFICERS!! Doug Glascock, Larry Andrews, Ron Ruff and Bill Hord chuckle over a ioke. 98 TO PROMOTE NLIMEROLIS ACTIVITIES RON WALL LEADS THE FUNERAL PROCESSlON!! Jim Jones, Jerry Workman, Bob Carpenter, Tom Trauthen, Terry Discoe, Dan Wind- horst, George Peters, Jarold Peck, Gene Hill, Richard Jochem, Ron Wall and Roger Stockall are ready to go to the Harlem Clowns. IJ1"'m"IIN! I'f'Ilf'l' FIHIYISITIHIISIIIIJ and sound athletir-s is the purpose of the North Platte Iligh Sellmil I.etter' rn:-n's Club. Larry Andrews was ehfisen president: Run Ruff, :iee-president: Bill Hurd. sei-re-tary-treasurer: and Iluug Class-rick. sergeant-at-arms. Activities of the Letter Club were a hay ride in he fall and a semi-formal banquet and dam-e held at the Country Club for members and their dates at Christmas time. The Harlem Clowns who played the North Platte All-Stars were spunsiirecl by the Letter Club and alsn a radio was purehased fur the bus. Letter Club members are now seen around the halls wearing their new blue sweat Shirts with a white N. P. Varsity Letterman printed on them. Jim Smith and Bob Easter sponsor the Letter Club. ALL ABOARD!! Gary Howard, Delbert Lincoln, Jim Graham, Norman Miller, Mike Bolan, Bernie Childerston, Dee Koch, Ron Watson, Larry Gerken, Randy Mertens and Doug Burton board the school bus. AFTER BREAKING INTO THE SHOW CASE!! Carrlon Patterson, Ron Beeson, Don Brooks, Phil Riveria, Charles Mills, Gary Kosbau, Bob Kanive, Ken Nielson and Junior Caudillo watch as Bill Haynes displays a trophy. 99 NEEDLEWORK INTERESTS MY SEW AND SO MEMBERS PLANS IN THE MAKlNG"l Marcla Goodsel Anna Marne Ranney Conme Latlmer Jean Rasmussen and Arvada Nlda check the schedule "W"-n 4' CLUB ENTHUSIASTSIII Mable Chessmore Dorothy Scott Judy Spencer Pat Negley and Arlene Scott caught durlng actnvlty pernod -rv SMILE FOR THE CAMERAU' Jo Ann Lamphear Charlotte lllff Karen Sommers Judy Herbst and Jean Cooper pause between classes W0fklHU alonf' mth Mrs Anna Marle Ranney, he sponsor of Sew and So Club thls year were presldent, Conme Latlmer Vlarcla Goodsel, V1C6pI'CSldCIlL, .lean Rasmussen secretary and Arsada Nlda, treasurer Needlework and current soclal manners promotes 1n terest ln the club CHEERSH' Peggy DeBord Darla Fought Carol Kohl Paula Prascher and Rose Nlda are found drunkmg punch . . V ,., Q I , . R Y! 5 K I , ' , 7 f , , A , E I I i A ' r- c' V ' t -, 7 V v X , x L - . , , f . iv if ,. "' I V I 1 I HISTORICAL LATIN CUSTOMS STUDIED 'rv "V" TAKING THE MINUTESH Herman Zalud Conrad Otto Gall Harano Jlm Wlse and Rodney Roberts prepare the Hnstory Club minutes for the nex1 meehng Reporta concernmff hablta and customa of hlstorlcal wear Sponaorlnfr Latm Club uae Zetha Warren Club of flcers were premdent Bob ,lonea Shlrlex Wllaon secre tar! treaeurer Mr Roberta Gerxed ai Qponsur of HIQLOFN Club and offlcers were prealdent Conrad Otto xuepreilclent Herman lalud and seeretarx treaaurer Call Harano WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW ABOUT THE CIVIL WAR? Jum Folchert Bob Wise Karen Nowlm Rnchard Fourtner and Ken Fahnlwolz read about the Cnvll War DONT LET US BOTHER YOU" Shirley Wulson Zetha Warren Bob Jones and Ron Stull study Lahn OH GOOD HEAVENSH Deanna Enzmnnger Phyllis Kuhlmann Ron Classen and Ann Yocum - my I V""' "ff id P 1 1 l . . 1 - F . - Latin served as projects for Latin and History Club this - P T L, . ' u C MY YOUNG SCIENTISTS WORK ON PROJECTS BIG PLANSH Steve Morton Jack Bowen Bernue McNally Lmdell DRY BONES" Gerald Schroeder Kenneth Beman Chester Taylor Schllef Bob Malnne John Draskey Marllayne Besse Judy Kllllham Mnchael Russell Duane Andre and Bruce Tuttle pose wxth and Ramona Young plan the program for the year speclal frnend The Sueme Club seeks the facts of natural sc 191116 llurmv the xear the rluh has had mam film strlps on the earth guest speakers and haxe clone mark un projects for the sclence falr For lt leader- the club has chosen Berme NlrNallx presldent Juclx Kllllham NICE presldent and Roh Nlalme secretary treasurer Lmrlcll Schllef IS the sponsor SQUIRRELS AND MORE SQUIRRELS' ROW I Lyman Sawyer Jack Anthony Ruchard Foran ROW 2 Kent Ktrk Addie Walton Ernest Hamer Karen Prubble Leslle Bendung and Denny Bassett examine stuffed animals TAKING INVENTORY" Larry McEvoy Bernue Drost James Saugh man John Anderson and Robert Lockhart examme the contents of the closet I02 SPORTS IN SEASON ENJOYED BY MY CLUBBERS BALL PLAYERSH ROW l Gary Andrews Jam Lantns Doug Green ROW HEP ON SPORTS" ROW l Conrad Groves Mlke Johnston 2 Davns Knng Ernest Thayer Davud Ollphant Roy Wagner and Kern ROW 2 Jay Cowger Tony Maldonado Leroy Levato Paul Harshbarger pause from playing ball Leach Larry Warwnck Bruce White and Bob Hennmgson fake a break from an excntmg game anr Sorensen 1 tu -pr n or 1 tl: easuna Sports L lu v xshlrh fIlQ.8Q,PQ ln rllfferent sports suc a umllexball touuh football somcr and lwasketball Ill thrlr respectlxe seasons Conrad Grmes Wes mmprtf a amst each nt er erm exato ssasvewtfr Jreslf ent 1 tIlIllIlfStDIl ure presl ent Prerl Nalsh se-Cretan an 1 l tre u OUTDOOR ATHLETESH ROW l Bob Morgan Duck lhfe Don Morris SPORTSMENU ROW l Gary Grlmes Pat Smnth Raymond ROW 2 Tom Harms Dennus Pa ks Doyle Leedung and Fred Nansh luke Snyder ROW 2 Wesley Hackbarth Btll Kummer Weston all knnds of outdoor sports Negley Ron Alexander and Denms l-lnatt are always ready for sports 4 . K 'I' f : 1 . 1. s Z , Y , Cl".',.tf'sl-.its 1flfS,', lf -Il."'-ff.',' , .th s". . " .- 'z ' -' L " ,.. ,. '-. - lvy llac'kl1arth.Kern Harshharger and Fred Naish were vlmevn as Captains of the four teams which . . , y ' x . hr I I, -'l.' l'-ll ,fl zllollll . fd : O- , "1 d llllll .t'Zll'll. as rc-r. 1' of b L K' 3 f ff. X N . I :vf f BLILLDO6 BARKERS YELL TEAM TO VICTORY yr X 'Q YEA TEANW Sue Lunday Cleo Whntnsel Shirley Sutherland Annellx Young La.Iean Waclwlriolrz and Geri Chase Varsity Cheerleaders lec we sfodenfs in yells 4 BULLDOG BARKERS REVIEW CONSTITUTIONII Linda Peck Sercla Puxson Henrieria Tracy Gloria Kuggnns Jan Mires Lalean Waclw lwollz Sandra Odegard Bellw Henningsen Susan Smith Joan Carroll Beverly Muller and Nelta Young It ltr rnl 1 e IFIIIX nm It Ill CIIIII I t IIN Xt X6 nu ll 1 WE RE ALL BLUEII Karen Bale Beverly Miller Peggy Forrester JoAnne P rkins Velda Dowel! Par Enwpfield Darlene Koch Elaine Evans Kay Gulsfer Nancy Tlwornpson Bllie Gernmer N RE IN THE PEP CLUB PSQQY N vnfan J ne Peck Pat Books Peggy Lehman Pc Mary Lannon Marcia Praft Carol Evans Donna Lraig Rhonda Gerker and Donna Hooclwnn Pat SCOIT Sondra Marsden Weis I04 COULDNT BE area Goodse Benson Phyllis UDERU Plwylls Ltfle Donna Tl-C f I Karen Williams Carol Cooper Peel e Yunlvnan Claudine Harvey and lLIckey , I . J I 5 , A , , K .. ' K - Vs' I ix , H . ,A s , I I 535- , , I I ' ,I ' . I, 1 fi Iili - skirts. ull' - rXH'ilIf'I's mul Ivlum- uml gnlll Ivull- K ' I ' I I I ' , A llng vmlrlvms xwrn- lllr- IIIIIIIUVIIIS I'IlHS4'Il In I4Q'III'1'St'III I, ' I i K. I I Ille I'1-p lllulv. islmsf- uffia-1-rs www' ,lun Xlira-s. presi- cl- 1 Gln-in Ixiggills. NII'I"III't'SIIIl'IlII Clem Xxlllilvsvl. s 1" z 'V 1 Slia PII Iiglv. II't'il5llI'l'l'I IIl'Ill'It'IIil iIIl'ill'f. mffi ser-rm-Iz1i'y: mul IAZLIPLIII Vllzlvlllltz. St'I'pt'1lIlI-ill' I Q S' 51-1' 'ta I'41xsnn uml ,Ioan flurlwill an-lr-nl LIN tln- spun- snrs mlm II-II Ilie- girls in selling vainly, zulx lrtisf- -nls LIINI Imuli 1'uXt'I'S. Sl- -rail lint luvlm PLIIIIIVIF mm- In-III lluring tlir- . 'SIX X nm' vslwviulli In f-rm-rluiii Iliv Ia ' lip. .-Xlsn the girls lruxvlvrl In 51-ultslilull for a Ivuslxe-Ilul g.mP. . U I . . 2 K 4 4 I , , , , 1 hs . gs ' .K 'X ' I I I H I v I C ' , - ' . I , I A El , I wo ., I I , - -ya, ew I , a , ' , '- , "ww I A , ' ,M- I A I I - In EII, , , s " 4, , 'V I ' 'N I ' 1,- Al. I .I I I I 2 ' I l 1 CHIEF INSPECTORSI! Bill Nlalors, John Nlaline and Marvin Knoll work hard at Their Task. WE GOVERN THE ACTIVITIES OF FFA!! Larry Monfross, Elmer Schrag, sponsor, Jerome Knoll, Gary Kuhlrnann, John Maline, Ron Rains and Dale Young preside over a meeting. fi' SUEY, SUEY, SUEY, HERE PIG, PIG!! Rudy Harlin, Francis Keslar, Dennis Gilbert, Gary Woodcock and Bob Hugh- banks show Denny's swine HOLSTEIN COWS DISPLAY THEIR TALENT!! Bob Hughbanks, Gary Wood- cock, Francis Keslar and Dean Waterman pose with the dairy carrie. IO6 NORKING HARD?? Bob Hughbanks, Dennis Gilbert, Glenn Leth, Jirn Garner and Charles Fisher spend an evening build- I VT FUTURE FARMERS PARTICIPATE IN VARIOUS ACTIVITIES Ilex eloping agricultural leadership. rgooperation and t-itizenship are the aims of the FFA. Heading the 1-lult this year were Gary Kuhlmann. president: If-mine Knoll. vicevpresirlentz John Nlaline. sere- retaryz Ron Rains. treasurer: Larry Nlontross. I'CIHJI'ItJI'HIlfI Ilale Young. sentinel. The yr-aris ar-tivities inwlude judging. pultlic speaking. and parliamentary procedure mntests. :Xt tht- District Contest in Imperial. Nebraska the parliurnf-ntary proeerlure team won first plat-e and Ilean Interholzinger placed in Creed speaking. Different speakers on soil Conservation and other topic-s pertaining to agriculture were featured at the meetings to attempt to huild hetter agriculture. Elmer Schrag sponsored the organization which was made up of nine eommittees. . X 4 x - L m"'n ..... STATE WINNER!! Gary Kuhlman shows off his prize heifer which Won first place at the State Fair in Lincoln, Nebraska. MY, AREN'T THESE FINE EGGS! Steve Kelsey, Dean Inter- holzinger, Tim George, Jim Wood, David Palmer and Allen , SOIL TESTERS AT WORK!! Jim Elliot, Dale Young, Gary Garner, Nlaline grade eggs. Stanley Wilhelmson, Dan Lundquist and Don Eggert practice BAA-A-A, VM roo YOUNG TO BE SHEAREDH Norman Gregg, 'esllng 'he SOI' 3' 6 meemg' Marvin Rundback, Albert Sonneman, Clifford Hernenway and Gilbert Sonneman round up Norman's sheep. wa MY TRAVELERS CLUB VISITS POINTS GF INTEREST HELLO-OVC-O!! Joe Sanchez and Ron Schuett call to see why President Jerry Burger is not at school today, The 'llravelers Club. a newly organized eluh. went througlwut the year visiting: xar- iuus points of interest in the rommunity. Ivnder president jerry Burger. xic'e-presi- dent Ron St-huett. secretary Joe Sanvhez and sponsor Geraldine Sloan the elulm visited Such places as the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Conipany. Krispy-Krust Bakery. Telegraph Bulletin. Fairmonts and the First National Bank. ar WHAT HAPPENED, PAT?? Pat McGill seems to have been late LET'S GET GOING!! Jerry Clemens, Roger Heglin, Kay Hanson, Jack Battershell, John Cardenas, Phyllis Little and Merrill Smith are ready to visit a North Platte place of business, 4 an , fu LEAVlNG?? Ron Cooper, Richard Elliot, Pat Books, Gary Sexson, Donna Craig, Charles Gress, Dennis Bitterman, Gary Wells and Vernall Swan seem to be going somewhere. THAT WAS QUITE A TRIP!! Donna Baker, Elaine Evans, Chester Tridle, Pat Scott, Bill Stephenson, Rex Watson, Marvin Cohn, Gloria Rangel, Rhonda Gerken, Wanda Clark, Russell Reynolds and Carol Booze discuss the trip they have lust taken. MY JUNICRS PRESENTED "CHARLEY'S ALINT" AUNTIE, REALLY!! Sharon Wilhelm, Jim Kob- ias, Lynn Gunnlicks, Maurice Lee and Shan- uCharley's Aunt," a comedy that takes place in London about 1890, was presented by the Junio Class November 9-10. Bernard Childerston portrayed the aunt or Fan- court Bahberly, the two roommates were played by Jim Koblas and Lynn Gunnlicks. Their girl friends were Shannon Egle and Sharon Wilhelm. John Clark played Brassett, Keith Cronn and Mau- rice Lee were the older gentlemen and Linda Kirk- patrick was Ela. Donna Lucia D,Alvadorez was played by Karen Sagresser. George Nicovich direct- ed the play. SET THAT STRAIGHT!! Joanne Ogier, Jim McWilliams and Yost place scenery. Jane non Egle look at Bernard Chiiderston. rick, John Clark, Karen Sagesser and Keith Cronn visit with Bernard Childerston. BACKSTAGE HELP!! Jo Ashburn, Georgia Thorpe, Veida and Linda Paustian work to make the show a success. SUCH A CHARMING LADY!! Linda Kirkpat- Dowel! -xxx as WU ' 'Q Q3 'f" 4 nf- ff ? f ir E wg 1 M ,WL 5? if A IQ U 4,3 993' -ff 41 1 FIRST GAME WITH SID EY , f NORTII PI,A'I"I'IC HASTINGS -f- -I3 North Platte dropped the third game in a row Oct. 2 to Hastings hy a score of 13-6. Hastings took charge of the first half and were able to make good two sustained drives. Finally in the fourth period with only seconds remaining. the touchdown came on a pass play. O-O-O-H, IT TICKLES! Jerry Workman fights for extra yardage. S S NORTH PLATTE-19 MCCOOK-32 McCook shook the Platters 32-19 Oct. 16 in our annual homecoming game. North Plattels moments of cheer came when Jerry Workman took off from the I-l and outran the McCook defense for the first touchdown. THIS IS NO TIME TO PLAY LEAP FROG! Doug Glascock blocks two McCook players. . 4, , , I , V I , Arfmlfyfkfly NORTH PLfX'I"l'E-6 LIXCOLN IIIGIIA3H North Platte dwindled in the final tho quarters Sept. 25 to lose 33-6 after getting the first touch- down of the evening. A handoff from Terry Discoe to Doug Glascock on the 2 yard line- scored the onli' touchdown. FREEZE! Ron Ruff going in for the tackle of a Lincoln player. NORTH PLA'I'TE-6 ALLIANCEe10 Alliances homecoming proved victorious as they trounced the Bulldogs 19-6 Oct. 9. The only touch- down was madc hy Larry Andrews as he hroke through the line and sprinted 51 yards. HITTING THE SOD! Mike Johnson blocking player with Don Brooks and Dave Titus in background. il 41 lf? . its 1 '- A' :ii - -. Q ef, Lsfzzfywf- ifzrrr Itrfrm'-,, k 'rw Y i!A::::,g XI Ai :1::.t1 TEAMS COACHED BY EASTER, BARNES SLEEPING ON THE JOB!! Mike Johnson pursues an Islander. NORTH PIA'l"I'Hf6 GRAND ISLANDAIO Grand Island got lur-ky and slipped hy the Bulldogs ll?-6 Ovt. 23 in Grand Island. It was an even up ball game the first half with the swore ll-ll. In the final quarter. we started firing the lnall whieli resulted in Nlike johnson eatvhing a touelidown pass good for l 1 yards. a' Q 1, HOLD THEM BACK, BOYS!! Jerry Workman goes around the end for a touchdown. NORTH PI.ATTEe6 SCOTTSBLUFF-28 The Sr-ottshluff Bearcats overpowered the North Platte Bulldogs 28-6 Nov. 3 here. A tremendous 56 yard aerial from Terry lliseoe. who appeared to be trapped for a loss. to Doug Claseoc-lc set up the touch- down. Glasvoek seored from the B with 2:18 to play. Don Brooks. Doug Glasvm-k. and jim Herrod proud- ly display their trophies. Don Brooks. "Best Blockerf' Doug Glascock. "Host Inspirational Playerii and ,lim Herrod. "Best Tackleru were voted the awards by teammates and coaches at the end of the football year. NORTH PI.A'I"l'EfT LEXINGTON-3-1 North Platte vlosed its season with a loss to the Lexington Nlinutemen Nov. 13. Being Dads' night. the fathers watt-hed the Bulldogs hold the Minutemen to a T-U lead during the first half. North Platte's only score Came in the fourth quarter on a 65 yard pass play from Denny Lienemann to Bill Hord. MO-T-H-E-R!!! Poor North Platte players chase one lone Minute- Wien. FOX, SHLICK AN SORENS N flat - NORTH PLATTE JV'S-CL-RJ TOP ROW: Assistant Coach Ken Shuck, Ernest Thayer, Dick lhfe, Dennis Gilbert, Bill Stephenson, Denny Nelson Gene Jones, Jon Arent, Dick Mattke, Gary Sexon, Jim Peters and Head Coach Clair Sorensen. CL-RJ MIDDLE ROW: Keith Cronn, Marvin Cohn Randy Turner, Gary Andrews, Roger Voss, Roy Wagoner, Dennis English, Fred Hatch, Dennis Parks, Larry Nelson, Bruce Tuttle, Fred Naish CL-RJ BOTTOM ROW: Jim McWilliams, Bryon Boslau, Ron Young, Burton Mires, Jim Landis, Duane Andre, Larry Holmquist, Terry Tirnmerman Phil Rivera, Randy Mertens, Leroy Lovato, Don Titus. f SEASON SCORES North Platte JV'S and Cozad scramble forthe ball. North Platte 12 Scottsbluff T an North Platte I3 Alliance ZT North Platte 31 Sidney s N 20 North Platte ll Grand Island fl North Platte 6 McCook 50 North Platte 0 Cozad 21 North Platte 20 Kearney 32 JV COACHES-Ken Shuck and Clair Sorensen A JV player barrels for the goal line. K A J ....4.T........ u-1-...r.f 1 --'SIC'-Y"-"" V K fa MQ .xi VH ' ll' Ili' DISTRICT WAS PL YED O HOME COURT GET THAT BALL" Ron R ff Bull Hord and an Alhan fight for the ball player YE GADSH Larry Andrews tries to fund a way to dnbble around hls opponents as Ron Watson as standmg ready SWAN LAKE" Ball Hord goes hugh In the anr to make a basket whale a Lexington player attempts to block hum AW COME ON" Bob Carpenter and BIII Hord fight over te a after a free throw l20 wg' f 15 SQL 'J' -'f I , U A .. u , ' ' ce ,. 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One of the many sports The gym classes parricipaie Q ON, av-6 sage Y 1-1,7 in- 0-Xxx 5 II7 we 606 . Spoff Buffs ,man igfdx Ofboxl. ,Urge xxffmxioesr 7 5 'A UQ. and ww 0,452 0a,, Ou W 'Vy G me O Car NNE Qa ' Y w 3 en. Q? OH RO . ate U. Www- 'iii' ,ks-'W' ,arf J ""5n 'X uf! MY GOLF A D TENN S 1-4.--f' RETURNING LETTERMEN-Frank Parrish, Dee Koch, Coach Clair Sloan, Ron Watson, Gerry Walfemath. Kneeling: Larry DeVriendt and Allen Harano. Fifteen liovs Supplied the lfasis for Coach Clair Sloan! golf squad this vear. Six letter- nien and nine hopefuls kept the platter golf crew on the winning trail. The Schedule for the vear vsas: April l----Sidney Invitational: April Hffiozad and Cothenhurg: April Ila- Xorth Platte Invitational: April 21---Hastings Invitational: April 2'JfKearnev Invitational: fllav fw-Big Ten at Grand Island: May 7- State Sand at Grand Island: May I3-McCook Invitational: Mav 20. 2IvState Crass at Beat- rice. 91" : M.,l'Z 'UI 3 RESERVE POWER-Pav Leech, David Oliphanf, Jack Sargent, Dave Fair- READY GOLFERS-Anon Sched, Jack Bowen, Jam McWilliams, and Bill child, Alan Short. Frome,-,, l26 TEAMS HAVE TOUGH SCHEDULES North Platte netsters checking out for ten- nis this year include three lettermen, three hopefuls and three starters. Carroll Cedar- hurg, Gary Howard and Corky Harrold led the Bulldog squad through the 1960 season. Some of the towns the team has met this season are Scottsbluff, Kearney, Hastings, and Grand Island. The team is under the direction of Coach Elmer Schrag. LETTERMEN-Coach Elmer Schrag demonstrates tennis tactics to his lettermen, Ga Howard, Bernie Childerson and Carroll Cedarburg. Q vas RESERVE POWER! Charles Harrold, Tom Trauthen and Keith Cronn are the returning starters. VY STARTERS! Steve Vieyra, Jerry Engdahl and Gene Hill are new to tennis this year. l27 TE TEAMS P RTICIP TE Qo- Intramural coach, Clair Sorensen, looks over intramural scores. ,. Ni' HARVARD TEAM!! Julian Nelsen, Richard Davis, Ron Beeson, Jim Lantis, Bob Morgan, and Roger Voss composed the championship intramural team. PARDON ME!! Dan Windhorsf Tries for a layup as Ron Beeson and Richard Davis stand by. I28 llms not tilili- tri iiitilw thi! xziisitx ui' iuniui' xtiisitx lnislwtluill tmiiiis fiirnin-rl un lIlll'ilIIlllt'til le-ziguv lolliiwiiig thf- miiiiv- ul will'-gf-s. lhf' te-anis wvrv uriflvt' thi' 1llI't'f'lllttt ul ltltur Nirvii- rvtt. 'llhe' 1-litmipinn-itil, playoff i'Q'bllllf'fl in thi- llaiiwzirrl tvzim walking till with T wins tmfl l l1P5Q limi Iii-Witt It-fl thc- lvugluc' with lltl points um! Jartil1l llcwk ht-lil clown the- sz-until ltltl1'll with Ill points. ln thi- numlwr llll'Cf' spot on the sf-tiring lf'flQIPI' is Ruger Stix-kall who rat-kewl up T15 points. Two other top St'UI'6I'S were Richard Davis with 60 points and Nlikv ,lUllIlSOIl with 57 points. I--. l avnnwn il -K., MMU. i 'Nl b a APPROXIMATELY 6 BOYS L, NEW COACHES! This year the track team has two new coaches, Coach Larry Barnes and Coach Robert Easter who led the trackrnen through a successful season. Lillfltxl' the supervision of Coach Larry Barnes and assistant Coach Rohert Easter. approxi- mately 65 laoys opened a rugged track schedule in Xlcffook. The varsity meets inclurleci April U. Scottsbluff Relays. April 15. the North Platte lnvitational. April 22. Hastings Relay, April 29. Kearney lnyitational. May 6. Big: Ten Track Nleet at Kearney. and May 20. the State Track Nleet. K Y 1 TRACKMEN-! Jim States, Ron Ruff, Denny Lienemann, Bill Hord, Bob Car- WEIGHTMEN AND DISTANCE MEN! BACK ROW: Jim Graham penter, Kent Allen, Terry Discoe, Gary Kosbau. Ken Nielson, Gary Garner, Randy Mertens, David Stevens, Bll l30 Mendenhall. SECOND ROW: Ron Beeson, Jim Peters, Dick lhfe Pat Leech, Richard Jochem, Larry Young, George Peters. FIRST ROW: Leroy Stephenson, Roger Stockall, Mike Bolan, Dick Mattke Dave Titus, Willis Wiseman, PARTICIPATE I TRACK POLE VAULTERS AND HURDLERS-BACK ROW: Charlie Johnson, Mike Johnson, Gene Jones, Allen Reece, Denny Christiansen, Roger Sfockall, Phil Rivera, and Glenn Johanson. I f ' I 4 A SPRINTERS-Doug Glascock, Jerry Workman, Jim Kubicek, Mike Johnson, Bob Henningsen, Larry Young and Don Titus. DISTANCE MEN-Larry Lynch, Roger Vess, Lynn Gunlicks, Richard Bockus, Ron Heitman, Larry Nelson, Doyle Leeding, Fred Naish, Dwight Arney, Mike Bolan and Duane Andre. LETTERMEN-Mike Johnson, Randy Mertens, Doug Glascock, Jim TRACKMEN-Denny N9l50f'l, Jim JONES, Bill STGPITGUSOU, D009 Graham, Jerry Workman and Ken Nielson. BUVIOVI and I-BVVY ANCIFBWS- I3I Y I 1 I 19" gmwsww l'5:. f"' f" x . ..... w . C M- 1-Q 0 x i Lf tffiu. I OV, M ww, WL FIFTH ROW: Allyn Eaves, Lawrence Romeiser, Clark Lile, FOURTH ROW: Roger Voss, Dennis Gilbert, Jim Roby, Delbert Lincoln, Kent Kittle Martin McDermet, Fred Hatch, Bob Romeiser, Jane Yost, Richard Davis, Jim Dustin, Lynn Gunlicks, Bruce Warren. THIRD ROW: Barbara Amstuz Ron Beeson, Bernard Childerston, Janet Howard, Curt Kittle, Estel Sprague, Kay Herndon, Joan Manary, Janice Lockhart, Charlotte Walter Marilyn Ferguson, Harriette Wood. SECOND ROW: Carroll Coleman, Don Janecek, Dan Armstrong, Rita Young, Betty Nansel, Frank Parrish Marcia Fry, Donna McCullough. FIRST ROW: Beth Hoppie, Mert Wiechman, Connie Young, Virginia Rannie, Rosemary Smallwood, Jackie Hansen N W U IFORMS Hansen, Donna McCullough, Mike Johnson, Janet Howard, Char- lotte Walter, Bruce Warren, Kay Herndon, Lane McClellen, Mari- anne Mclsellen, Danny Armstrong, Gail Harano, and Harriette Wood. Officers for the year were Allyn, Captaing Clark Lile and Mike Johnson, lst Lieutenantsg Dee Koch and Bruce Warren, 2nd Lieutenantsg Marianne McLellen and Pat Morgan, Quartermaster Sergeantsg Rosemary Smallwood and Donna McCullough, lst Ser- geantsg Kay Herndon, Harriette Wood and Lynn Gunlicks, Corporals. CAPTAIN Allyn Eaves I 5-AX I f ,X .,," Kr C KEEP IN STEP! Leading the North Platte High School band for the year were maiorettes Jan Mires, Shan- non Egle, JuDee Freeze, and Deanna Hill. Drum Maior was Curt Kittie. MY CHORUS HAS FOURTH ROW: Curt Kittle, Don Steel, Tom Trauthen, Jim Graham, Bill Haynes, Jerry Engdahl, Ron Wall, Mike Bolan, Bill Hord, Maurice Lee. THIRD ROW: Jim Halverson, Norman Miller, Denny Nelson, Ron Schlern, Dick Koca, Jim Griffis, Bob Douty, Roger Nichols, Conrad Otto, Ron Leeting. SECOND ROW: Sandra Lunday, Janice Lookhart, Gayle Foxen, Karen Sagasser, Joyce Jergenson, Ruth Olsen, Donna Flaming, Twilla Kessler, Judy Killham, Nancy Kokier, Mary Krause. FIRST ROW: Harriette Wood, Rosemary Smallvvood, Beverley Bussell, Susan Swift, Sharon Hall, Coleen Piper, Linda Hipwell, Sandra Hiltabidel, Kay Herndon, Marcia Fry, Sharron Wilhelm. 1 HELPING HANDS: Keeping music, robes, merits and demerits in order are Annette Young, Sandra Lunday, Sandra Hiltabidel. I is.JJ.et'v DEMERITS, ANYONE? l-landing our merits and demerits for the year are chorus section leaders Tom Trauthen, Sandra Killha, Kent Allen, Susan Swift, Dee Koch. TELEVISIO DEBUT 3 FOURTH ROW: Allyn Eaves, Joe Arent, Keith Cronn, Ron Watson. THIRD ROW: James Robe, Bruce Warren, Dee Koch. Barb Watson, Larry Andrews, Ron Ruff. McNally, Linda Renfroe, Janet Howard, instructing the chorus composed of 83 members is Glenn Rein- ertson. Each of the members was selected by individual tryouts. Fourteen members were sent to State Music Clinic held in Lincoln. They were Susan Swift, Marcia Fry, Connie Young, Sandra Killham, Janet Howard, Tom Trauthen. Curt Kittle, Ron Wall, Bob Kanive, z z , 5 4 Bill Wood, Dan Armstrong, Bob Kanive, Denny Lienemann, Ron Beeson, Richard Jochem, Willis Wiseman, Bob Wise, Russell Kendell, Lynn Gunlicks, Kent Allen, Roger Stockall, Jerry Phillips, Lane McClellen, SECOND ROW: Linda Miller, Rhonda Sadi, Jo Paulsen, Donna Mattke, MaryAnn Gordon, Charlotte Walter, FIRST ROW: Marianne McLellen, Annetta Young, Peggy Newman, Sandra Killham, Virginia Rannie, Pat Connie Young, Linda Wells. Dan Armstrong, Kent Allen. Dee Koch, Lynn Gunlicks. and Annetta Young. Among the musical events of the year were the Christmas Vespers, DIRECTOR Glen Reinertson December 13: Christmas Program on Televisiong the annual Spring Concert. March 21 and 223 and District Music Contest in Grand Island. Section leaders for the year were Tom Trauthen, Susan Swift, Dee Koch, Kent Allen, and Sandra Killham. The accompanists were Connie Young and Linda Wells. I37 4 s A , a 4 4 1 5 igydiiuev -- cmfaesfvfs 1 !. .9 if ,. xl lx., ti . 23 Z' J Z 5' FOURTH ROW: Clark Lile, Pat Morgan, Allyn Eaves, Kenneth Combs. THlRD ROW: Ida Mae Boldt, Jim Myers, Bernard Childerston, Janet How- ard. SECOND ROW: Cheryll Kunkel, Jane Watson, Gail Harano, Rosemary Smallvvood, Jackie Hansen, Marianne McLellen. FIRST ROW: Donna Mattke, Linda Wells, Joyce Cohn. pf- LEADERS FOR THE YEAR, Five able leaders headed the orchestra for the year '59-'60, They are Clark Lile, Sergeant-at-Arms, Marianne McLellen, Vice-President, Donna Matfke, President, Pat Morgan, Secretary, and Bruce Warren, Treasurer. TRAVELING MUSlCIANS!.Six orchestra members-Bruce Warren, Allyn Eaves, Linda Wells, Harriette Wood, Donna Mattke, Cheryll Kunkel-attended State Music Clinic held in Lincoln. KENNETH COMBS The orchestra. consisting of 39 members. experienced new ideas and interpretations under their new director, Kenneth Combs. State music clinic was attended by six members of the orchestra. They were: Allyn Eaves, Bruce Warren, Donna Nlattke. Linda We-lls. Cheryll Kunkel, and Diane Mahoney. The orchestra presented their annual concert for the public on March 1. Other performances included partici- pation in the Christmas Vespers. 1 X Q Xu FOURTH ROW: Ted Champine, Jerry Hansen, Dick Mattke, Bruce Warren, Lane McClellen, Kathy Hiatt, Rose Hall, Janice Twidwell. THIRD ROW Barbara Watson, Sharon Bahn, Harriette Wood, Jim Peters. SECOND ROW: Ruth Olsen, Richard Willerton, Janice Zimmerman. FIRST ROW Janice Pittman, Barbara Bates, Barbara Gibbs. DIRECTS MY ORCHE TRA T ,, , c This group also was represented in the District Music Contest, which was held in Grand Island. April 18. Serving as officers were Donna Mattke, Presidentg Marianne McLellen, Vice-President: Pat Morgan, Secre- taryg Bruce Warren. Treasurer: and Clark Lile, Sergeant- at-Arms. Sandra Howes served as merit secretary. The final performance of the orchestra was the tradition- al "Pomp and Circumstancei' played for Commencement. l ,N " 'fa 1 -Q. DIRECTOR Kenneth Com bs PRESIDENT Donna Mattke MASTERS OF THE MUSIC. These seniors smile as they view their last year in orchestra. They are Clark Lile, Joyce Cohn, Janet Howard, Bruce Warren, Jackie Hansen, Pat Morgan, Pat Johnson, Janice Twidwell, Marianne McLellen, Donna Mattke, Allyn Eaves, Rosemary Smallwood, Lane McClellen, and Jerry Hansen. l39 MY SENIOR GLEE SMILE, GIRLS! Looking at the camera are accompanists Connie Young and Linda Wells and section leaders Marianne McLellen, Kay Herndon, and Marcia Fry. The 86 members of Senior Girls' Glee Club. under the direc- tion of Glen Reinertson. presented their annual concert March 2l and 22. The district music contest. held at Grand Island April 18, proved to be a challenging event for this group. The Glee Club and selected small groups represented the Senior Girls' Glee at Contest. Assuming their responsibilities as librarians were Sandra Hiltabidel and Annetta Young. Serving as section leaders were Kay Herndon, Marcia Fry, and Marianne McLellen, with ac- companists Connie Young and Linda Wells. FOURTH ROW Sandra Lunday Sharon Holms Vick: Chase JoAnne Perkins, Barbara Wilson, Barbara McCauley, Sandra Millikin, Janet Howard, Janice Lookhart THlRD ROW Cathy Hall Peggy DeBord Sharon Hall, Jane Hipwell, LaJean Wachholtz, Janice Halligan, Cheryll Rasher, Connie Jameson Linda Haglar Barbara Green SECOND ROW Rosalie Thompson, Linda Hipwell, Maguerite Nansel, Karen Sagesser, Janice Phillips Eldeen Hoover Henrietta Tracy Virginia Ranme Barbara Nisley. FIRST ROW: Harriette Wood, Marcia Supanchick, Rosemary Small- wood Beverly Bussell Susan Swift Coleen Piper Sandra Hiltabndel, Kay Herndon, Marcia Fry, Sharron Wilhelm. SINGS WITH SPIRIT PQAC dey E MA I . KE Janice Gloria ' S PE lo 'GQ - Rfffcr and Ba Olqhar 91175 , rr. rba ff Be ' Bev E 'De r. ' ' n I s lS,0f6y 1heif'?Znf,Oe0jE1m,,,,y iandra lun YY, V 6 ilffy ' ary A 'rlallw ' . nn Cor OQQ don TIC SING, GIRLS, SING! Donna Mattke, Virginia Rannie, Coleen Piper, Marcia Fry, Jackie Hansen, and Marianne McLelIen, members of the senior sextet, pose for the camera. FOURTH ROW: Beverley Enzminger, Lynn Gloor, Sylvia Maline, Joyce Little, Marcia Pratt, Rhonda Sadi, Pat Emphield, Pat McNally, Charlotte Walter, Glenda Morgan, Linda Wells. THIRD ROW: Joyce Jergenson, MaryLou Cox, Twilla Kesslar, Donna Flaming, Karen Knapp, Linda Miller, Bonnie Magill, Linda Renfroe, Mary Krause, Nancy Hunt, Connie Young. SECOND ROW: Kathy Wonch, Donna McMorris, Georgia Thorpe, Gail Harano, Judy Killham, Nancy Kokjer, Janice Twidwell, Eva Gray, Donna Mattke, Kathy Brittain, Gloria Kiggins. FIRST ROW: Cleo Whitesel, Jackie Hansen, Marianne McLeIlen, Janice Butterworth, Sandra Killham, Annetta Young, Peggy Newman, Nancy Thompson, Jo Paulsen, Barbara Watson, MaryAnn Gordon. Y STUDENTS BEAT THOSE DRUMS! Members ot the drum EV1S9'T!bI6AP6T Morgan, Dee Koch, Ciark Liie, and Allyn Eaves-practice new rhythms. BRASSY TONES. Making up the brass sex- tet this year were Ted Champine, Kenneth Owens, Bernie Childerston, Kent Kittle, Curt Kittie, and Lane McCleiIen. l42 SASSY SAXES. Marcia Fry, Frank Parrish, Donna McCullough, Carroil Coleman form the sax quartet -7941. They practiced long and hard to perfect their music. SMALL GROUPS MUSIC, ANYONE? Preparing To perform for us are members of the woodwind quintet-Harriefte Wood Janet Howard Marianne McLellen, Gail Harano, and Rosemary Smallwood PLAY THAT CLARINET! Members of the mixed clarinet quarfei-Sandra Brown, Janice Lookhart, Charlotte Walter, and Joan Manary-practice diligently in hopes of going To sfaie music contest. SING HIGH, SING LOW! Practicing in Mr. Reinertson's room are members of another vocal small group. They are Kent Allen, Bill Haynes, Lynn Gunlicks, and Ron Wall. xi K? +o g ,S I44 MUSIC IS IMPQRTAN SAD SAXES?? Setting a musical mood are members of the sax quartet 532. They are Bill Cunningham, Betty Nansel, Danny Armstrong, and Rita Young. All the small groups had a practicing schedule they fol- lowed to improve their technique. FINE FLUTES AND FRILLS. These three girls, Virginia Rennie, Rosemary Smallwood, and Jackie Hansen, represent but still another of the many talented musical groups-flute trio 9941. I MY SCHOOL CLASSY CLARINETS. Melodic tones come from the clarinets of members of the clarinet quartet ffl. They are Pat Bower, Janice Halligan, Barbara Watson, and Marianne McLellen. BLOW THAT HORN! Two members of the Cornet trio-Dennis Christian- son and Mike Johnson-take a moment from practicing to pose for the camera. Not present is Dick Mattke. ONE, TWO, THREE, SING! Members of the boys' quartet, Bob Kanive, Kent Allen, Curt Kittle, Jim Graham, Tom Trauthen, Allyn Eaves, Ron Wall, and Bill Haynes, sang for many civic organizations throughout the year. rf MORE FLUTES? Representing another flute trio are members of flute trio 42, Beth Ann Hoppie, Con- nie Young, and Mert Wiechman. MY STUDENTS PARTICIP TE BLENDING TONES. The boys' quartet sings in four part harmony. This group is composed of Curt Kittle, Tom Trauthen, Allyn Eaves, and Bob Kanive. I46 SINGING 'ROUND THE TABLE? Supposedly singing around the madrigal table are, back row: Dee Koch, Bob Kanive, Bruce Warren, Bill Hord, Kent Allen, Jerry Engdahl, Mike Bolan, and Tom Trauthen. In the front row are the girls in the group: Susan Swift, Sandra Hiltabidel, Kay Herndon, Connie Young, Annette Young, and Sandra Killham. MA Y MUSICAL EVENTS A CAROLING WE GO! Members of the boys' octet stand in front of the Christmas tree before ioining the choir to carol in the halls. They are Bob Kanive, Tom Trauthen, Allyn Eaves, Bill Haynes, Kent Allen, Ron Wall, Curt Kittle, and Jim Graham, The caroling is an annual event for the choir. ROCK 'N' ROLL! Several of the members of the band enioy the music of the Strategic Air Command Dance Band in Big Springs where they took part in a parade and concert October 3. Some of those dancing are Bernie Childerston, Sandra Howes, Curt Kittie, Kay Herndon, Dennis Christianson, Rosemary Smallwood, Dee Koch, and Barbara Watson. O SING YOUR SONGS! The senior girls' glee is shown here practicing for the annual Christmas Vespers given December 13. They held several extra practices. I47 P 4 f ' ' , U 'H , i M T qs ,, V f ,. X J tj 2 ,vw t it 'Q 5 , J' ' " v I . Q x ,, 7 5 I 'X in 'MX 5 UDE T Q L F 0, vw "'Qo,4 Walter Johnson, Dave Stevens, Jim States, Ron Young, Charles CRACK! Whatever Alan HaranO'S Smiling 61, he WOFVT be f0" l0f19l Riddle, and Don McNeel pass in a BLUR OF SPEED with their Mike Bolan swings down for a hit while Gary Howard watches second place float during the Color Day parade, the fun. Charles Riddle and Jim Graham work hard for Key Club in the background. Lynn Cohagen, Ron Ruff, Sandra Odegard, Dee Koch, Susan Swift, Donna Flaming, Bill Haynes and Jackie Hansen pause to pose during a meeting to choose the senior class motto, flower, and color. Please ask us to dance? Sophomore girls show various emotions MUG SHOT! Marianne McLellan, Janice Lockhart, Charlotte Walter, at the lack of boys at the sophomore class party. Henrietta Tracy, Jackie Hansen and Betty Nielsen dance up a storm for Tri-Hi-Y potluck. HANDS REACH FOR CANDY!-Coach Jim Smith pleads with Kenneth Schuck to buy him a candy bar claiming, "I'm not in training yet." COME ON, KIDS, ROCK!!-Typical after-the-game dance at the armory shows some of NPHS's students having the usual good time. HALFTIME. r t fl! .,f .LQ V, ,,, U . Y . 'A T' -Q, , , A 0 ,- i 4... LET'S HAVE IT!!-Jerry Engdahl pays over to Bill Haynes as they return from their daily sixth period coke break. ,,tr an vw nf, Q . gi faq xx WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH NORTH PLATTE?-They're all right! One of the Pep Assemblies held this year featured these girls from Pep Club in a dancing contest, HURRY UP, SUZI-Suzi Andrews valiantly pushes Jim Herrod as she attempts to catch up to Bev Miller and Jim Graham in the Kangaroo Court held during Twirp Week. as 'Q .x if COLLEGES DISCUSSED-A panel of seniors and faculty members discussed colleges in general in preparation tor the annual College Night. Those shown above are, left to right: Jerry Engdahl, Mr. Ray Fox, Bill Haynes, Mr. George Nicovich, Jackie Hansen, Mr. Clair Sloan, Janet Howard, Mr. Kenneth Combs, and Mr. Ernest Horacek. DON'T WORRY, THE PIES ARE TO EAT!fLarry Andrews and Jerry Engdahl rule over Twirp Assembly due to an unusual tie in the voting. HERE'S MUD l?J IN YOUR EYE!-Kent Allen, Terry Discoe and Jim Koblas gleefully mash pies into the unlucky runnerseup to the Twirp King position. Larry Andrews, Don Brooks, Jerry Engdahl, and Ken Nielsen still wait for theirs, The unlucky pie faces are Bill Hord and Ron Watson. ..4-f.f.,.,,.4.Q-M..-1 A.-1.- J... .,... H If V .N 1' V ff: , N' . V 5 , , . . K W-, -, N, I , I n V ,gil 1, '- .L ' Lf., qc ,,,, I, X'-lam N A 'Y-K-I sv V' 3.4 'A J" ,ff ii!"-.w33gw.,,,: ,, . fm, 1 , 1 ..,, W 1 ,,,. AN.VW.,V 4 .A-'. A 1 L , 31533. . ' Q17 r ' f' -fu-g,.gZN 1, - f, , . ,M . Hgh: ,tl fr ' f n 13. .4.Qi,g5,,1, cl Q... 505-If? Y i ,-fl "LS POUR THAT CAREFULLY!-Donna Flaming pours chemicals in a ANYTl'llNG FOR DEAR OLE' ANNUAL!-This is the m0tt0 Of chemistry lab as Bruce Warren oversees. Vernon Johns and Frank Rosemary Smallwood and Janice Butterworth as they climb the Parrish complete experiment in building hydrocarbons. fence after taking pictures for annual deadline. -A-, ...Q-Q DRAW BOYS, DRAW!-Jerry Hansen, Jim Graham, Dan Armstrong, HURRY UP, TAKE THAT PICTURE!-Dropping in on one of Mr. Lloyd Flock, Larry Andrews, and Bob Kelsey draw a daily as- Ray Fox's Civics classes we find seniors listening to the daily signment. lecture. QUIT LAUGHING AND POUR!-Gloria Kiggins hurries up Jackie Hansen in the punch line at a New Year's Eve party. Others waiting are Charlotte Walter and Janice Lookhart. FACULTY Bames Larry 57 112 114 130 Batterton Betty D1 70 71 89 Carroll Joan 57 104 Combs Kenneth 57 77 138 139 152 Dolph Eleanor 57 195 Easter Robert 57 112 114 130 Eberhart L1ll1an 56 57 72 Fox Ray 53 57 KD 112 114 119 124 152 154 Godfrey Nlerrlll 57 76 Gr1ll Erma 56 58 84 Kublcek C J 58 82 Lemonds Tom 58 97 Logan Sharon 56 58 80 McCow1n B111 58 86 Mc'Vl1chael Altce 58 81 Morton Margaret 56 58 84 Nlcovtch George 56 58 152 STUDENTS Adams Joyce 10 94 Adle Jeannette 42 81 Alexander Patsy 32 95 Alexander Ron 10 103 129 Allen Kent 10 72 78 112 114 118 119 121 130 131 136 137 144 145 146 147 151 152 Amstuz Barbara 32 35 85 Anderson John 32 102 Anderson June 32 Andre Duane 42 102 117 131 Andrews Gary 32 103 117 Andrews Larry 10 98 112 114 118 120 121 137 151 152 154 Andrews Suzanne 41 42 92 152 Anthony Jack 32 102 Arent Jon 42 82 117 137 Armstrong Chr1st1na 10 88 Armstrong Danny 10 78 135 137 144 Arney Dwtght 42 82 131 Ashbum Jo 32 40 83 109 Atklns Gary 42 82 Attebery Jerry 47 82 Axtell D1ana 32 83 Babb Jane 10 74 Bahllnger Darrell 10 Balm Sharron 32 89 134 139 Baker Cllfford 42 86 Baker Donna 32 108 Baker James 32 Baker Lots 32 94 Baker Pat 94 Baker Ronald 30 32 72 86 Bale, Karen 41, 42, 51, 89, 104 Baltzell, Wllma 48, 83 Bardosh, Alexander 125, Barkeloo, Byron 42, 90 Barkmeler, Sally 32, 94 Barnes, John 32, 96 Barnes, Robert 32 Barrett, Connxe 49, 94 Bassett, Denms 4-2, 102 Bates Barbara 32, 139 Battershell, Jack 32, 108 Beaver, Pat 42, 74 Becker Mary 32 83 Becklus, Charles 32 Paxson Sereta 58 153 104 Rannew Anna Harte 59 100 Raxnard Richard 59 Re1 an Robert 59 Remertson Glenn 59 137 Robert Rodney 59 101 Romelser Larry 59 77 134 135 Ruyballd John 59 93 Schlelf Lmdell 59 102 Schrag Elmer 56 59 87 106 127 Shuck Ken 60 74 117 150 SIVIIS Juamta 60 92 Sloan Clamr 60 96 126 Sloan Geraldine 60 Smlth Jlm 60 118 119 150 Smlth Llala 60 Sorensen Claxr 52 56 60 117 128 Steven Edna 60 Bedford Robert 42 Beeson Ron 32 72 98 99 8 130 135 137 Beman Kenneth 32 102 Bendlng Leshe 42 102 Benjamin Davld 10 96 BenJa.m1n Leonard 32 83 Benson Sondra 42 51 84 104 Bevendge Judy 32 88 Beverldge Mary 32 Beza Rlchard 83 B1erma Sandra 10 97 Bllltngs Joe 32 91 B1se Barbara 47 94 Bltterman Denms 42 108 Bltterman Wanda 95 Blakeman Dan 80 Bockus Judy 94 Bockus Rlchard 42 75 131 Bolan Mlke 10 98 99 112 115 130 1 6 146 149 Boldt Ida Mae 42 86 138 Bolmg Carole 42 88 Books Pat 32 104 108 Booth Sharon 10 97 Booze Carol 42 108 Boslau Byron 42 78 117 Bowen Jack 42 102 126 Bower Pat 32 77 134 145 Brandt Mans 32 84 105 Bredlmeler Lana 134 Brlttam Kathy 32 88 141 Brooks Don 10 99 112 113 114 116 152 Brown Sandra 10 84 134 143 Brown, Ted 10, 75 Bruce, Kathy 42 50, 94 Brumfleld, Judy 42, 94 Bunger, Frances 11, 74 Bur er Je 11 S 1 ITY Burton, Doug 11, 98, 99, 112 11 118, 121, Bush, Warren 42, 51, 86 Bussell, Beverley 3, 11 69, 70, 71, 136, 140, 141 160 Butterworth, Janlce 11, 70, 85, 105, 141 151 154, 160 Campbell, Denms 42, 75 Cardenas, John 108 Tlsher Peggy 61 151 Warren Zetha 61 101 Yannev Vernon 61 90 Xoun Carol 61 83 Yost G Alhson 61 90 ADMINISTRATION Attebery LaRae 56 Horacek Ernest 55 56 152 Hutton Nlary 55 Oakes Otto 54 Cardenas Paul 32 Carpenter Bob 32 72 98 99 112 120 121 122 130 Carr Danny 44 78 125 Cashman Wayne 42 97 Castor Barbara 32 Caudlllo Junlor 99 112 114 Cauffman Pearl 48 89 105 151 CecLI Warren 11 75 Cederburg Carroll 11 79 127 Cederburg Mardel 42 105 Chadd Judy 11 71 94 Chamberlam Carolyn 32 92 Chamberlaxn Tom 43 91 Champme Ted 32 77 134 139 142 Charron Susan 42 93 134 Chase Cen 41 48 84 104 Chase Vlcky 32 94 140 151 Chengren Leo 43 75 Chessmore Howard 11 96 Chessmore Mable 43 100 Chllderston Bernle 32 98 99 109 135 138 142 147 Christensen Danny 11 97 Chrlstlanson Denny 33 40 78 124 131 134 145 147 Clapper Starlene 51 92 Clanne Conme 11 74 Clark John 33 78 109 Clark Judy 33 83 Clark Wanda 33 108 Claussen Ron 43 101 Clemens Jerry 33 108 Clement Claudette 33 95 Cllne, Penny 31, 33, 92 Cloud, Sharon 11, 74 Cochran, Sharon 11, 95 Cohagen, Lynn 11, 76, 149 Cohn, Joyce 11 84, 138, 139 Cohn, Marvm 43 108, 117 Coleman, Carroll 33, 77, 135, 142 Cook Darlene 12 95 Cook, Lynda 4-3, 81 Cook, Rose Mane 43, 74 Coombe, Dora 43 83 Cooper, Carol 43 104 Cooper, Georgma 33, 94, 151 Cooper, Jean 12 100 I55 1 ' 771 1 1 1.1 - 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