Northeast High School - Rocket Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

 - Class of 1946

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Xl W ii if fi 1 ,Q lp The year now ending for the .students of North' X east high school has been one of peace and brotherf hood-a year of happy and worthwhile experiences, and one which we hope will be characteristic of the Big' Fordwlllfdlilfffilij ,ll SN lr Ll t if ii 'md'r'l.'y y6dTS to COTYIC. This class of seniors will be the 'first from North- east to enter a world not being torn by screaming shells, atomic bombs, and bitter hatred, and they will accept their challenge to work toward making this a better world in which to live. The opport-uni' ties and responsibilities of future senior classes will increase. Education and free enterprise offer equal chance for all, and it is on this basis that our school is governed. As the years go by and tradition grows, we realize how much our school means to us. The treasured memories of this year are within the cover of our book. In order that they may remain vivid in your mind, we the 1946 ROCKET staff, present to you this yearbook. , , ,. If 3, Associate aim t 1 COZIER INE A Editor SHIRLEY Business anager f BETTY GREEN so is 50 f 7 Editors Advertising Managers . JANET FAIRCHILD LoU1sE MCDILL v ,T . BETTY LEA STACK DON PISKE ' Smmu CRAMER , Q MARILYN GROSSOHHME Circulation Managers f ESNEQQSEXLON Doino-my MAXWELL S S lgoms SCg'IOENLEBER DAWN GAMER Tf::I1:d0ARN g:::I.IllAN Ph0f08"f'Pl1ef N Y . ' 6 GENE Ow11Ns lIM WROTH RUTH ELLEN CHn1sTENsEN , Q 3 3 MARGARET RUBEN 3 sl 3 Y YK may QUAM- Marr 46- 1 ,7 v 7 is i 'S ' - it Q ef Z A C' . i - 67-22, 4107, 9 N Q W Av L f Jw wt-act hiya J' -7, A 257 ff LL ' ILZA,-i lA,A,. M. C. LEFLER Superintendent ol Schools O' H' BIMSON Members of the ollicial school board are: Plssistant Superintendent Board of Education For the purpose ot governing the business ot the Lincoln Schools, six board members, assisted by Super- intendent M. C. Leller, Qssistant Su- perintendent O. H. Bimson. and Secretary I. G. Ludlam, contribute their time and energies to the Wel- fare ol our public education system. Dr. S. M. Brownell explains procedure to the members ol the Local Hdvisory Committee ol the Co-operative Study. Photo by Norman Cast, Elmer E. Magee, President I. C. Whitten, Vice President M. C. Leiler, Supl. ol Schools Mrs. Roscoe Hill Robert C. Venner Robert Van Peli George H. Lemon Administration Stressing democracy in education, the members ot the Northeast High School faculty, under the direction oi the Principals and Guidance Coun- selor, devote their time to discovering and de- veloping the interests and abilities ot their students R, S. MICKLE Principal MHBLE D. THOMPSON Hssistant Principal Girls Counselor l IULIUS Fl. HUMHNN Plssistant Principal Boys Counselor F. F SNYDER Director ot Counseling Barbara McClure and Marjorie Lessten at- Mrs. Velma Hodder, director of child cen- tend to the general office and school busi- ter, is in charge of all the activities in this ness. department. Page 5 BHILEY, NETTIE Home Economics BITNER, HNITH I. Home Economics BURNWORTH, INEZ Mathematics CHRTER, IOCY Foreign Language CHHPIN, DOLORES Child Center CLHRK, MYRTLE E Mathematics COLEMRN, W. S. Woodwork Page 6 Facult CROSS, RUTH Iournalism History DELONG, RUTH Social Studies English FORBES, VERNON Pl. Instrumental Music GHLLOWHY, BERNRRD Rthleiic Director GROSSOEHME, WILLIHM Biological Science IEFFERY, ELLIS M. Physical Science KYKER, FRRNKLIN B. Metal Trades MCGREW, MIRIQM Hrt MORBVEC, MHRION English Reading MUNSON, HNNE English SCHMER, MHBEL IERN Dramatics SHRVER, ELIZRBETH History soafdr 0941611- Uvinlv Page 7 DONLHN, VIOLETTE I. Commercial DORSEY, GLEN E. Diversified Training GILHHM, HNNIE English Qrithmetic GRIFFITHS, LILLIHN Library KEETON, VESTP1 G. Child Center KRHUSE, HELEN G. History MHHER, ULH G. English MOORE, MQRY FRRNCES Plrithmetic Science REZEK, FRHNCIS Drafting Physical Education SCHMFIDEKE, LLOYD Vocational Qgriculture SHUMHRD, HUDRIH B. Commercial SMITH, ISHBELLE English Not in pictures HOSD, GWYNNE Sohial Studies HELLER, HOLLYCE Physical Education IOHNSON, EMILY H. School Nurse MICHHELIS, FRHNCES Social Studies ' English OWENS, MHRGUERITE English STEDNITZ, MQRGHRET CRONE Vocal Music TEPLY, L. I. Physical Educati Science fl WORRHLL, SUE Foreign Language YORDY, I. R, Director of Physical SMITH, MRRGERY Bookkeeper LESSTEN, MHRIORIE Office Clerk MCCLURE, BQRBHRH Office Clerk n Education ,Q .,. 'Ex ' 11' J iff sf' H '5 1 Elf -, 1,5 qv 4. gg 'LQ Vi . K-1 - .f:. I Z u Q fa I 1 A -.t Vim g,.! 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'. .ary Lg.-J., , , . ve " 'E' ' , ,fn ,, .s I , Li . , n -5 . , LV Zh f - .1 JL: WM M WWW My M WWWWM W Q 5 v. , -. ip -7 !' Sf , 1 ff? 4 , I JVAFN 'LIL' 33111 ,fx egg 2' 'I y 4, X f ug! ff , -- wsu, A ' 'Q H fs? J 43234, affix. x, ..L- 9.4, 551 ,nxfi .va :sqm ' . ,Q BERNHRD GHLLOWHY IOHN YORDY SPONSOR SPONSOR DON SPEIR TRUMHN PHELRN PRESIDENT PRESIDENT Seniors The graduating class of 1946 reluctantly leaves the halls of dear old Northeast High School. We eagerly go into the World with complete confidence in becoming a vital part of this busy universe. Traditions record the foundation and growth of a school. Our class has done much toward building such traditions which give the students a spirit of pride in Northeast High. Pls underclassmen, we were eager to cooperate with other classes to promote good-Will and to help make a better name for our school. The responsibilities connected With being seniors were accepted with the same enthusiasm. We will enter many different phases of work after We leave. We feel sure that our education, associations, and activities at Northeast will help us greatly in Whatever fields We choose. C. PHILLIP HGEE: Engineering. Lincoln High l-2, Northeast 3-6, "N" Club 4-6, Track, Honors Con- vocation 4, Boys Small Group 3-6, Choir 3-5, "HH in a Day," '46 Spring Musical. VIOLH E. HLIX: Commercial. Girl Reserves 3-4, Girls Glee, "Grand Central Station," BILLIE VIRGINIR HLLEN: Rrts and Science. Girl Reserves 3-6. DONNHBELLE HMEND: Business Rdministration. Girl Reserves l-6, GBR. 3-4, Rttendant 2, Twirler 5-6, Girls Glee, "Grand Central Station", Class Treasurer 6. MHRY- HNNH HRMSTRONG: Plrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Secretary 6, Pep Club 5-6, GHR. 5, Northeastern 5, Circulation and Exchange Manager 5, Mu Kappa Tau 5-6. IEHN M. HXE: College Prep. Girl Reserves l-6, Northeastern 5-6, Hssociate Editor 5, Sports Editor 6, Girls Glee l-2, "Grand Central Station." VIRGINIH B. HYDELOTT: Rrts and Science, Girl Reserves l-6, Pep Club l-6, Treasurer 5, Student Leadership 3, Honors Convocation 2, Choir Z, 4-5, "Grand Central Station," "HH in a Day." BHRBHRH BNN BESSE: General. Beatrice, Nebraska, l-2, Northeast 3-6, Girl Reserves 4-6, Pep Club 5-6, Student Leadership 4, Choir 5-6, '46 Spring Musical. DOROTHY M. BLOUGH: Qrts and Science. Qlbion, Nebraska, l4, Northeast 5-6, Girl Reserves 5-6, GRB. 6. KENNETH LELHND BUCK: Engineer- ing. LOIS MHXINE BURDICK: Stenographic. Girl Reserves l-6, Choir l-2, "Grand Central Station." BRRBHRH I-INN BURTON: Commercial. Girls Glee l, "Grand Central Station." DUHNE REX BUTLER: Engineering. Hi-Y l-6, Boys Glee 2, "Grand Central Station." RUTH IEHN BYERS: Business Rdmin- istration. Girl Reserves l-6, Secretary 3, Vice-President 5, Pep Club l-6, Treasurer 3, Student Leader- ship 2, 4-5, Northeastern 5-6, Rdvertising Manager 5, Copy Editor 6, Honors Convocation Z, Ptttendant 2, Cheerleader 5-6, Choir 5-6, "Grand Central Station," '46 Spring Musical, Class Secretary 2. "Life of the Party." C Phillip Rgee Viola E. Hlix Billie Virginia Qllen Donnabelle Qrnencl Maryanna Hrrnstrong lean M. Plxe Virginia B Plydelott Barbara Rnn Besse Dorothy M. Blough Kenneth Leland Buck Lois Maxine Burdick Barbara Hnn Burton Duane Rex Butler Ruth lean Byers .. f -Hwswe-es,wyfswifmms , N.f ilk W, . f . F Wes A A Il. Ms . mem-v, - l .umm-N-www -ess The members of this committee, Van Tyler, Margaret Schmer, Qdalia Wink- lepleck, Louise McDill, Ethel Carne, and lohn Lux, are amused at some of the suggestions for Senior Sneak Day, Russell Quinn, however, seems more interested in the camera. GEORGIH M. BHLL: Commercial. Diller, Nebraska l-2, Northeast 3-6, Girl Reserves 3. DOROTHY R. BHRKER. Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-2, GBR. 3-5, Choir l, 3-4, "Pill in a Day", DORIS IEHN BHSSLER: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l. CLYDE W. BHUERS: Diversified Training. OPHL C. BHUEHS: General. KHTHERINE MHRGHRET BECKER: Commercial. SHIRLEY H. BENNETT: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, GI-'1.Ft, l-4, Pep Club l-6, Vice-President 6, Student Leadership 5, Secre- tary 5, Httendant 4, Cheerleader 5, Choir 6, '46 Spring Musical, Class Treasurer 5, Basketball Queen. IEHN E. BYKERK: Flrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Student Leadership 5, Choir 2-4, "Grand Cen- tral Station", "Pill in a Day". LYLE W. CHMERON: Engineering. Greenwood, Nebraska l-4, Northeast 5-6, Basketball. LILH M. CHMP: Rrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Northeastern 5-6, Second page Editor 5, Circulation and Exchange Manager 6. KENNETH DHLE CHRLSON: Industrial Rrts. Boys Glee 3-4, "Pill in a Day". BETHEL M. CHRNE: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, G.Pl.Pl. l-2, Honors Convocation 2, 4. ETHEL C. CHRNE: I-lrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Treasurer 5, GRB. 3-4, Hon- ors Convocation 2, 4. IOHN RHYMOND CEDERDHHL: Business Rdministration. Hi-Y l-5, Boys' Glee 2-4, "Grand Central Station", Nl'-lll in a Day". C. LHVERNE CHITTIM: Commercial. Girl Reserves 5-6, Student Leadership 4, Honors Convocation 4, Choir 3-6, "Grand Central Station", "Pill in a Day". LINDLEY Q. CHRISTENSEN: General. Hi-Y l-3, "N" Club 3-6, President 6, Student Leadership l-2, 5-6, Home Room Representative 5, Reserve Football, Football, Reserve Basketball, Basketball, Track, Band l-2, 4, Mu Kappa Tau 3-6, "Seven Sisters", "Ianie", "You Can't Take lt With You", Honorary Basketball Co-Cap- tain. RUTH ELLEN CHRISTENSEN: Qrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Rnnual 5-6, Copy Editor, Orches- tra l-2, 5-6. Student Director l-2, 5, Honors Convocation 2, 4. LHOLB CLHRK: General. MRRIORIE BNN CODY: Business Rdministration. GRB. 2, Northeastern 5-6, Iunior High Editor 5, Business Manager 6, Georgia M Ball Dorothy R. Barker Doris lean Bassler Clyde W. Bauers Opal C. Bauers Katherine Margaret Shirley H Bennett Becker lean E Bykerk Lyle W. Cameron Lila M. Camp Kenneth Dale Carlsor Bethel M. Carne Ethel C. Carne Iohn Raymond Cederdahl Marlin Deboer Hrlene . es William W. Derrick L. Ioann Donaldson Henry Ir. Dormer Sanford Curtiss Downs Charles R. Draper Choir -6, KHRY: Commercial, Leadership 25 Hnnual 5-6, Feature Editorg Girls Glee l-2, 'lGrancl Central Day"5 Httendant 45 Cheerleader 55 Mu Kappa Tau 5-65 Class President 25 Class Secretary 65 May Queen General. Girl Reserves 35 Day", '46 Spring Musical. LOWELL D. CONDON: lndustrial Hrts, PBTRICIH I. CROS- Girl Reserves l-6, Social Chairman 65 GRB. 3-45 Pep Club 3-6, Treasurer 65 Student 3-6, Treasurer 65 Student Station"5 Choir "HH in a Reserves l-6, Social Chairman 65 GRB. 3-45 Pep Club 6. MHRLIN DEBOER: Vocational Plgriculture, FFR. 4. HRLENE M. DEFRHTES: G.I3l.Pl. 4. WILLIHM W. DERRICK: College Prep. Hi-Y 45 "N" Club 5-6: F.l:'.Pl. l-6, Iudging Tearn5 Student Leadership 6, President 65 Band l-6, President 65 Reserve Football5 Football5 Track5 "Lite of the Party", L. IOHNN DONHLDSON: Rrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-65 GRB. 3-6, Treasurer 55 Pep Club 3-6, HENRY IR. DORMER: Gen-eral. SHNFORD CURTISS DOWNS: Engineering. l-li-Y 3-65 Track5 Band l-6, Librarian 5. CHHRLES R. DRHPER: Engineering. Hi-Y 5-65 Track5 Class Vice-President 6. These seniors, Darrell Leacock, Ierry Evans, lohnny Morgan, Doris Bassler, Doris Schoenleber, Bill Krieger, and Lois Burdick, are hurrying to the auditorium to find their favorite places for the assembly. Page 12 'p.! ltsy Finn Crounse Ervin Deboer -ry Evans Page 13 G. Ioyce Everson PHTSY BNN CROUNSE: Commercial. Girl Re- serves 3-6, GBR. 5-6, Choir 5-6, '46 Spring Musical. ERVIN DEBOER: Plrts and Science. FFR. 5-6, IERRY EVHNS: Engineering. "N" Club 3-6, Student Leadership 5, Reserve Football, Football. G. IOYCE EVERSON: Commercial. Girl Reserves 3-6, Girls Small Group, "Grand Cen- tral Station", "HH in a Day". IHNET FHiRCH.LD: Flrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Pianist 3, Treasurer 4, Program Chairman 5, President 6, G.l3l.Fl. l-4, Student Leadership 5-6, Home Room Representative 5, Secretary 6, Plnnual 5-6, Senior Editor, Band l-2, 4, Secretary 2, Honors Con- vocation 2, 4, Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take it With Youu, Class Vice-President 2. MHRY ELLEN FEIS: Stenographic. GLHDYS MHE FIREBHUGH: Homemaking. HRDYCE NORINE FLOOD: Hrts and Science. Choir 2-4, "Grand Central Station", "Fill in a Day", Mu Kappa Tau. G. CRESS FORNEY: Engineering. Choir 5. HBR- OLD FRBMSTEHD: General. RUTH MBE FURRY: Commercial. Girl Reserves l, 5-6, G.H.l1l. 3-6, Choir l-5, "Grand Central Station", "P-lll in a Day". DHRLENE L. GHNS: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves 3-6, G.Fl.Fl. 3-6. ELIZHBETH DHWN GHRVER: Business Hdministration. Girl Reserves l-6, Northeastern 5-6, Column Editor 5, Second Page Editor 6, Hnnual 5-6, Circulation Manager. LOIS I. GIEBENRHTH: General. Girl Reserves l. WHLTER LEROY GILLISPIE: General. "N" Club 4-5, Reserve Football, Football, Honorary Foot- ball Co-Captain, Reserve Basketball, Basketball, Track, Golf Team. IHMES F. GORDON: En- gineering. Hi-Y l-6, Treasurer 4, President 5, "N" Club 4-6, Student Leadership 5, Treasurer 5, Honors Convocation 4, Boys Glee 3-4, "HH in a Day", Reserve Football, Track, Class Sec- retary 4. Ianet Fairchild Mary Ellen Feis Gladys Mae Firebaugh Plrdyce Norine Flood G. Cress Forney Harold Framstead Ruth Mae Furry Darlene L. Gans Elizabeth Dawn Garver Lois I. Giebenrath Walter Leroy Gillispie lames F. Gordon . .V ww-rw-1 . f-qw.-r.a11.vmluusm.-tm F. Duane Grantski Barbara I. Hammond Mervin Dale Hansen Iane Plnn Harrison Dwaine E. Hartman Gayle L. Hattan Page 14 F. DUHNE GRHNTSKI: Industrial Ptrts. "N" Club 5-65 Reserve Football5 Football5 Reserve Basket- ball5 Basketball5 Boys Glee 3-4, "Fill in a Day"5 Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take it With You"5 Honorary Basketball Co-Captain. BHR- BBRB I. HHMMOND: Commercial. Girl Reserves l-65 G.Fl.H. 3-45 Pep Club 2-65 Northeastern 5, Third Page Editor 55 Choir 1-2, "Grand Central Station". MERVIN DHLE HHNSEN: Engineering. Hi-Y 3-4. IHNE BNN HHRRISON: Business Hd- ministration. Girl Reserves l-4. DWHINE E. HHRTMHN: Industrial Hrts. Band l-5, Vice-Presi- dent 5. GHYLE L. HHTTHN: Engineering. Hi-Y lg Track5 Band 1-5. WILMH IERN HEISER: Hrts and Science. Lincoln High l-25 Northeast 3-65 Girl Reserves 3-65 G.H.H. 3-6. IEHN HERGERT: Steno- graphic. CHLVIN H. HORSTMRN: Engineering. Hi-Y 5-6, Treasurer ot State Hi-Y5 "N" Club 2-65 Northeastern 5-6, Sports Editor 5, Hdvertising Manager 65 Reserve Basketball5 Basketball5 Track. RICHHRD E. INBODY: Engineering. Hi-Y 5-65 Band 1-6, President 55 Mu Kappa Tau 4, "You Can't Take it With You", "Lite of the Party". CHESTER L. IOHNSON: Engineering. DONBLD K. IONES: Hrts and Science. Hi-Y l-25 Student Leadership 35 Hnnual 3-4, Business Man- ager5 Choir l-3, 5-6, "Grand Central Station", ,'46 Spring Musical5 Boys Small Group 65 Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take it With You"5 Cheerleader 5-65 "Lite ot the Party". IOHN L. IUDY: College Prep. Hi-Y l-5, Membership Chairman5 "N" Club 3-65 Student Leadership 15 Reserve Football5 Football5 Boys Glee 3-4, "Fill in a Day". LHWRENCE W. KIRKLHND: Industrial Ptrts. Hi-Y l. PHTRICIH BNN KIRKUS: General. Girl Reserves l-45 Student Leadership 6, Home Room Representative5 Band l-65 Orchestra l-25 Choir 35 Mu Kappa Tau 3-6, Vice-President 6, "Seven Sisters", "Ianie", "Life of the Party". Wilma lean Heiser lean Hergert Calvin H. Horstm Richard E. Inbody Chester L. Iohnston Donald K. Iones Iohn L. Iudy Lawrence W. Kirkland Patricia Finn Kirk Wmmmm Senior Officers, Pat Croskary, Truman Phelan, Shirley Bennett, lack Stone, Charlie Draper, and Donnabelle Hmend pause for a moment in the planning of end of the-year activities to pose tor a picture. SIDNEY T. KITRELL: Business Hdministration. NEOLH BNN KNICKERBOCKER: Commercial. ELFREDH KOHLER: General. Girl Reserves 4, Choir 4, "HH in a Day", Girls Small Group 3-5, l'Grand Central Station". ELHINE M. KOONTZ: Commercial. Orchestra l-6, Choir 6, '46 Spring Musical, Girls Glee 3-4, "Htl in a Day". ELLH M. KORHNDH: General. KRTHRYN LOU KORFF: Business Pldministration. Fullerton, Nebraska l-2, North-east 3-6. L. WILLIHM KRIEGER: Engineering. Hi-Y 6. VIRGINIH M. LHMPSHIRE: Hrts and Science. Lincoln High l-3, Northeast 4-6, G.H.l'-l. 5-6, Concessions Manager. DHRRELI. H. LEHCOCK: Engineering. "N" Club 5-6, Reserve Football, Football, Track, Band l-4, Li- brarian 4, Choir 5-6, '46 Spring Musical, Boys Small Group 6, King of Hearts. BETTIE E. LEGLER: Home-making. Girl Reserves 5-6, Choir 3-6, "Grand Central Station", "HH in a Day", '46 Spring Musi- cal, Girls Glee l. GRI-ICE E. LEYBOLD: General. G.H.f-l. l, Orchestra 2, Girls Glee l-Z, "Grand Central Station". IOHLENE LINDQUIST: Commercial. G.l3l.Pt. 5-6, President 5, Choir 2, 5-6, "Grand Central Station", '46 Spring Musical, Girls Glee 1. IMOGENE LISLE: General. Northeastern 4-6, Typist. MHRILYN RUTH LOGHN: General. Girl Reserves l-6, Student Leadership 6, Home Room Representa- tive 6, Twirler l-6. ey T Kitrell Neola Finn Knickerbockerfllfreda Kohler Elaine M. Koontz Ella M, Korctnda Kathryn Lou Korfi L. William Krieger mia M Lampshire Darrell H. Leacock Bettie E. Legler Iqhzce E. Leybpld Ioalene Lindquist lmogene Lisle Marilyn Ruth Logan 't ,j6LQv.9 V ff Y w ., 1 'nn 41: vw,-swung:-nuns.,-w 1 n.. u.,.mn-innqnwzvmef mi m MHRILYN ELHINE MEYER: Plrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-65 GRB. l-5, President 3-45 Pep Club l-6, Game Chairman 65 Honors Convocation 45 Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, i'You Can't Take lt With You". MELVIN L. MEYERS: lndustrial Plrts. Hi-Y 5-65 Boys Glee 4, "Fill ln H Day"5 Choir 6, '46 Spring Musical, DORH HRLENE MILLER: Gen- eral. Twirler l-6. MHRGHRET I. MURPHY: Flrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-4. MHRHLYNN CLHIRE MYERS: Diversified Training. Hender- sonville, North Carolina l-25 Northeast 3-65 Girl Reserves 3-6. DEHN H. NELSON: Vocational Flg- riculture. F.F.Pt. 6. Naomi H Long Ray Lucas Iohn E. Lux Iohn H McCurdy Louise McDill Wayne M. Martin Dorothy E Maxwell Gene B. Meier Shirley Faye Mercer 115.1 .W mw-n-ama - Marilyn Elaine Meyer Melvin L. Meyers Dora Qrlene I Margaret I. Murphy Maralynn Claire Myers Dean H Nels: NHOMI H. LONG: Flrts and Science. Lincoln High l-35 Northeast 4-65 Girl Reserves 5-65 North- eastern 5-6, Business Manager 5, Iunior High Editor 65 Choir 4-6, "Pill in a Day", '46 Spring Musical5 Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take it With You". RHY LUCHS: Engineering, Choir 5-6, "Flll in a Day", '46 Spring Musical5 Boys Small Group 65 Honors Convocation 45 Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take it With You". IOHN E. LUX: Plrts and Science. Hi-Y l-6, Vice-President 3, Secretary 65 Student Leadership 4, 65 Choir 5-6, '46 Spring Musical5 Honors Convocation 2, 45 Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take it With You"5 Class President 4. IOHN H. MCCURDY: En- gineering. "N" Club 2-65 Student Leadership 3, 5, President 55 Reserve Football5 Football5 Hon- orary Co-Captain5 Reserve Basketball5 Basket- bGll5 Track5 Honors Convocation 25 Class Treas- urer. LOUISE McDILL: Hrts and Science, Chad- ron, Nebraska lg Northeast 2-65 Girl Reserves 2-6, Finance Chairman 35 G.l3l,Fl. 3-65 Pep Club 3-6, Vice-President 55 Student Leadership 3, 55 Northeastern 5-6, First Page Editor 5, Editor-in- Chief 65 Hnnual 3-6, Plssociate Editor 3-4, Hd- vertising Manager 5-65 Band 25 Honors Convo- cation 25 Mu Kappa Tau 4-6, "lanie", "Life ol the Party", "You Can't Take lt With You"5 Class Vice-President 3. WHYNE M. MHRTIN: Hrts and Science. Hi-Y 1-25 Student Leadership lg Track5 Hrmy 3-5. DOROTHY E. MHXWELL: Plrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Service Chairman 5, Vice-President 65 G.l3l.R. l-45 Pep Club 5-65 Stu- dent Leadership 6, Vice-President 6, Home Room Representative 65 lllnnual 6, Circulation Man- ager. GENE B. MEIER: Engineering. Band 3-6. SHIRLEY FHYE MERCER: Teachers College. Girl Reserves l-6, Social Chairman 35 Pep Club 3-6, Game Chairman 55 Student Leadership 5-65 Northeastern 3-6, Typist 3-4, Editor-in-Chief 5, Column Editor 65 Rnnual 3-6, Feature Editor 3-4, Editor-in-Chief 5-65 Honors Convocation 2, 45 Qttendant 25 Cheerleader l, 35 "Life of the Party". Page 16 .. I' x Mae Monia Mary E. Moore lohn E. Morgan Robert B. Mullly :e E. Newsharn Paul W. Obermeyer Frankie Irene Olson Margaret Finn Olson MHRILYN MBE MONIH: Business Rdministration. Girl Reserves l- 4, MHRY E. MOORE: Commercial. Girl Reserves l, GRH. 2. IOHN E. MORGHN: Engineering. Hi-Y 5-6, Track. ROBERT B. MUFFLY: Qrts and Science. Hi-Y l-5, Band l-2, Honors Convocation 2, 4, Mu Kappa Tau 5, "You Can't Take lt With You". CLHRENCE E. NEWSHHM: Business Rdministration. "N" Club 6, Basketball, Choir 3-6, "RH ln H Day", Business Manager, '46 Spring Musical, Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take It With You", Business Manager, 'Lite ot the Party", Business Manager, Cheerleader 5. PHUL W. OBERMEYER: Industrial Rrts. Hi-Y l-2, "N" Club 5-6, Reserve Foot- ball, Football, Reserve Basketball, Basketball, Track, Swimming Team, Band l-4, 6, Student Director 4. !FRHNKIE IRENE OLSON: General. Girls Glee 3-4, "RH ln R Day". MHRGHRET HNN OLSON: Commercial, Girl Reserves l, GRB. 6. W. GENE OWENS: Plrts and Science. "N" Club 3-6, Treasurer 6, Student Leadership l, Plnnual 5-6, Sports Editor, Reserve Football, Football, Reserve Bas- ketball, Baskethall, Track, Band l-4, Boys Small Group 3-4, "Qll ln R Day", Choir 5-6, '46 Spring Musical, Honors Convocation 2, 4, Mu Kappa Tau 5, "lanie", l'You Can't Take lt With You". OPHL M. PEET: Rrts and Science. Honors Convocation 2, Girls Glee l, 3-4, "Fill ln Fl Day". KHTHRYN L. PETERS: Rrts and Science. Girl Re- serves 5-G, GRB. 5-6, Girls Glee 3-4, "Fill In R Day". NORMH GENE PETERSEN: Commercial. Girl Reserves l-6, GRB. 3-4, Stu- dent Leadership 5, Girls Glee 2, "Grand Central Station". TRU- MHN D. PHELHN: Engineering. Hi-Y 3-6, Publicity Chairman, "N" Club 4-6, Secretary 6, Student Leadership 6, Northeastern 5-6, Sports Editor 5, Hssociate Editor 6, Ptnnual 5-6, Sports Editor, Re- serve Football, Track, Honors Convocation 4, Class Secretary 5, Class President 6. EVELYN FRHNCES PORTER: Commercial. Girl Reserves I, G.l31.Fll. 5-6, Student Leadership 4, 6. W. Gene Owens Opal M. Peet Kathryn L Peters Norma Gene Petersen Truman D. Phelan Evelyn Frances Porter Beth Stage and Clarence Newsham are about to try a new dance step as Lyle Cameron, Lilamae Tracy, Ieanne Wood, and Phil Rgee enjoy Watch- ing them. Page 17 Hi Russell L. Quinn Marilyn Reed lack W. Reichenbach Charlotte Margaret Beverly Iune Rietfors Doris D. Roberts Rhoades RUSSELL L. QUINN: General. Track, Boys Glee l-2, "Grand Central Station". MHRILYN REED: Stenographic. IHCK WILLIHM REICHENBHCH: General. "N" Club 4-6, Treasurer 5, F.F.H. l, Reserve Football, Football, Track, Band l-2, Boys Glee 2, "Grand Central Station", Choir 5-6, '46 Spring Musical, Boys Small Group 6. CHHR- LOTTE MHRGHRET RHOHDES: Stenographic. Girl Reserves 5-6, G.H.Pl. 5, Student Leadership 6, Home Room Representative 6, Choir 3-4, "Fill ln H Day", Girls Glee l-2, "Grand Central Station". BEVERLY IUNE RIETFORS: Business Pldministra- tion. Girl Reserves l-6, G.H.Fl. l-6, Treasurer, gmt. w Barbara Besse, Calvin Horstman, and Margaret Ruden spend a busy noon hour selling senior an- nouncements to lack Reichenbach, Gene Meier, Donna Yoho, and Gene Owens. Sec. 1 1. DORIS DBRLENE ROBERTS: Commer- cial. C.-irl Reserves 5-6, MRRGRRET LOIS RUDEN: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Secretary 5, Service Chairman 6, GI-1.9. 6, Pep Club 3-6, Student Leadership 3-4, Northeastern 5-6, Copy Editor 5, First Page Editor 6, Plnnual 5-6, Copy Editor. FERN L. SHCK: Commercial. Girl Reserves 3-4, G.H.Pl. 3-4. MHRGHRET MHRIE SCHMER: Plrts and Science Kearney, Nebraska l, North- east 2-6, Girl Reserves 2-6, Pep Club 3-6. IEROME H. SCHMIDT: Diversitied Training. Choir l-6, "Grand Central Station", l'Plll ln Q Day", '46 Spring Musical, DORIS E. SCHOENLEBER: Teach- ers College. Girl Reserves l-6, Membership Chairman 5, Stud-ent Leadership 3, Plnnual 3-6, Fldvertising Manager 3-4, Organizations Editor 5-6, Honors Convocation 4, Twirler l-6, Drum Majorette 5, "Life of the Party". IOHN M. SCHU- MHCHER: Engineering. Tilclen, Nebraska l-2, Northeast 3-6, Hi-Y 3-4, HHTTIE MBE SCOTT: Commercial. Honors Convocation 2. Cf-ITHERINE BNN SELK: Commercial. Girl Reserves l, G.Pl.Pl. 5, Girls Glee 2, "Grand Central Station". MIL- BURN C. SHURTLEFF: General. Margaret Lois Ruden Fern L. Sack Margaret Marie Si Ierome H. Schmidt Doris E. Schoenleber lohn M. Schumacl Hattie Mae Scott Catherine Finn Selk Milburn C. Shurtls Q Q ,Q is 2 L S ise Sievers Robert E. Simpson Laverne Frances Sinner n D Sorenson Donald Lee Speir Harold E. Staberg ty Lea Stack Beth Fae Stage Don Stewart ELOISE SIEVERS: General. ROBERT E. SIMPSON: Engineering. Hi-Y 1-2, Boys Glee 3-4, "Hll In H Day". LHVERNE FRBNCES SINNER: Business Fldministration. Girl Reserves 1-6, Membership Chairman 4, G.H.Fl. l-4, Pep Club 3-6. GLEN D. SORENSON: Hg College Pr-ep. F.F.Fl. 3-6, Presi- dent 6, Honors Convocation 4. DONHLD LEE SPEIR: Business Hdministration. Hi-Y l-2, Treas- urer 1, "N" Club 1-6, Vice-President l, Student Leadership 2, 4-5, Football Manager 1-6, Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take It With You", Class President 5. HHROLD E. STHBERG: Diver- sified Training. BETTY LEH STRCK: Fine Plrts. Girl Reserves 1-6, President 5, Pep Club 3-6, Student Leadership 2, 6, Hnnual 4, 6, Flrt Editor 4, Honors Convocation 4, Mu Kappa Tau 5, "You Can't Take lt With You", Class President 3. BETH FRE STHGE: Hris and Science. Girl Re- serves 1-6, Music Chairman 6, Student Leader- ship 6, Treasurer 6, Choir 1-4, 6, "Grand Central Station", Girls Small Group l-2, 6, "HH In Fl Day", '46 Spring Musical, Honors Convocation 4, Mu Kappa Tau 3-6, President 6, "Seven Sisters", "Ianie", "You Can't Take lt With You", "Lite ot the Party". DON STEWHRT: Business Rdminis- tration. Hi-Y l-2. VIRGINIH MBE STILES: Gen- eral. Girl Reserves 1-6. IOHN F. STONE: En- gineering. Hi-Y l-6, Secretary 5, Vice-President Page 19 4, President 6, Student Leadership 3, Bancl 1-6, Student Director 5-6, Honors Convocation 4, Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "Ianie", Class Vice-President 5. D. KENNETH STRHWN: Rrts and Science, "N" Club 3-6, President 5, Student Leadership 5-6, Reserve Football, Football, Honorary Football Co-Captain, Reserve Bask-etball, Basketball, Bas- ketball Manager, Track, Choir 2-4, "Grand Cen- tral Station", "Fill In Pl Day" MHRY HNN STUT- HEIT: Business Hdministration. Girl Reserves l-2, 4-6. BLVINH HNNH EMMH SUELLWOLD: Gen- eral. VERNH SWHLE: Commercial. Girls Glee 4-6, "HH ln R Day"', '46 Spring Musical. GENE- VIEVE E. THYLOR: Business Fldministration. Col- lege View l-4, Northeast 5-6, Girls Glee 5-6. DORRIS MHRGHRET THOMHS: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Program Chairman 6, Pep Club 5-6, Student Leadership 5, Home Room Repre- sentative 5, Vice-President 5, Band 3-4, Secretary 4, Football Queen, Httendant 4, Class Treasurer 4. LILHMHE TRHCY: Business Rdministration. Girl Reserves 1-6, Secretary 4, Social Chairman 4, G.H.H, 3-4, Pep Club 3-6, President 6, Student Leadership 2, 6, Home Room Representative 2, Choir 3-4, "Fill ln H Day", Class Vice-President 3, Rnnual 4-5, Business Manager. Virginia Mae Stiles Iohn F. Stone D. Kenneth Strawn Mary Finn Stutheit Hlvina Hnna Verna Swale Genevieve E. Taylor Emnlu Suellwold Lilamae Tracy Dorris Margaret Thomas Don Spier, Duane Grantski, lanet Fairchild, Shirley Mercer and Dorothy Maxwell prepare to leave for the long-anticipated Sneak Day trip. Iohn McCurdy seems to prefer the running board. . z:.:-11.-n-.im ,mn-nm, , ,I -- XRMH L. TROTT: Teachers Colleae. Kearney, Nebraska l-2, Northeast 3-6, Orchestra 4-5. TED PHUL TROUBH: Diversified Training. GERRIT VHN TYLER. IR.: Engineering. Hi-Y 4-6, Choir 5-6, '46 Spring Musical, Boys Glee 3-4, "RH ln Pl Day", Honors Convocation 4. YVONNE MHY TYRRELL: Commercial. Girl Reserves l-6, Pep Club l-6, Student Leadership l-2, Choir l-4, "Grand Central Station", Hll ln H Day", Rttendant 2, Class Secretary 3. WILLIHM FERDINHND VOGELSHNG: Engineering. Hi-Y 3-6, Track, Band l-6, Librarian, Vice-President 6, Honors Convocation 2-4. MHRGHRET BNN WHLTHER: Commercial. Choir 2, t'Grand Central Station", Girls Glee l. MHRION WENZEL: Vocational Rgricul- ture. IOHN MRY WILLIHMS: Qrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6. HERBERT WILSON: Engineering. HDHLIH L. WINKLEPLECK: General. Girl Reserves l-6, Orchestra l-4. DORIS M. WITT: Business Rd- l-6, Music Chairman l-6, "Pill ln R Day'.'. 1 Station". L. IEHN l-2, "Grand Central rninistration. Girls Gle-e 6. IEHNNE D. WOOD: Rrts and Science. Girl Reserves 5, Choir l-2, 5-6, "Grand Central Station", '46 Spring Musical, Girls Small Group ELHINE M. WOODRUM: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-3, WG-rand Centra YOCUM: Ptrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-4, Honors Convocation 4, Girls Glee Station". Irma L Trott Ted Paul Troulaa Gerrit Van Tyler, Ir. Yvonne May Tyrrell William Ferdinand Margaret Hnn Walther Marion Wenzel Ioan May Williams Herbert Wilson Pldalia L. Winklepleck Doris M. Witt Vogelsfmg Elaine M. Woodrum L. lean Yocom leanne D. Wood Y y 1 em mummy-mw.M-.wwwmmpmpmmm at HLMHRON MHRSHHLL WILDER: Plrts and Science. Marengo, Iowa l-45 Northeast 5-65 Hi-Y 5-6, Vice- President 6. HELEN E. WILKINS: General. DONNH I. YOHO: Hrts and Science. Girl Reserves l-6, Publicity Chairman 5, G.l3l.l3l. 3-4, Student Leadership 4, North- eastern 5-6, Feature Editor 5, Third Page Editor 6, Hnnual 3-4, Business Manager, Honors Convocation 45 Mu Kappa Tau 5-6, "You Can't Take lt With You", "Lite of the Party". MBBILYN IEHN YOWELL: Flrts and Science. Lincoln High 1, Northeast 2-6, Girl Re- serves Z-Bg GRB. Z-45 Pep Club 3-6, President 5, Names of Seniors not in pictures: Russell Hllen Iack .Bailey uibj " ...1 ' lack Carpet u Dean Case Edwin Clapper LuVerne Everett Thomas Fuller Robert Gans Gene Hudkins Edward Trippel Harry Wolfe Northeastern Typist, Hnnual Typist, Girls Glee l-2, "Grand Central Station", Flttendant 4. ron Marshall Wilderl-Ielen E. Wilkins, rx I. Yoho Marilyn lean Yowell Kenneth Strawn, Dorris Thomas, Betty Lea Stack, and Lindley Christensen prepare to enter the ballroom at the Iunior-Senior Prom, one of the big social events of the year. Page 21 DON DICKINSON FRHNCIS REZEK president sponsor Iunior class officers for the second semester are: Gwen Mohler, secretary, Fritz Davis vice president, Don Dickinson, president, and Leanor Strain, treasurer. Juniors The juniors, next year's promising seniors, are ambitiously taking part in all school ac- tivities. Being Well represented in student leadership, Bockettes, "N" Club, Girl Be- serves, G. H. Pl., Hi-Y, beginning and ad- vanced journalism staffs, the all-school plays, music groups, art, athletics, and year- book staff, the juniors are preparing them- selves for their senior tasks next year. Besides these extracurricular activities, the juniors are building a solid foundation in the classroom. Principles of English, mathematics, history, and other subjects will prove valuable to them in the future. Through their classwork, activities, and Iunior class officers for the first semester are: Pat Shields, secretary, jim Blessing, vice-presi- dent, and Frances Hanson, treasurer. companionship they are developing a Well balanced life. Honoring the seniors With the junior- Senior prom at the Cornhusker Hotel, the juniors finished a busy year. The first semester cabinet included: Don Dickinson, president, Fritz Davis, vice-presi- dent, Gwen Mohler, secretary, and Leanor Strain, treasurer. Second semester's cabinet was made up of: Duane Hartley, president, lim Blessing, vice-president, Pat Shields, treasurer, and Frances Hanson, treasurer. IOCY CHRTER DUHNE HHRTLE sponsor president Page 23 Many talents are found in art classes. Here lack Gothard, Billy Biggs and Terry Larkin are experimenting with paints while Bettie Ball and Fludre McClure paint posters and Ruth Carter works with Wood crafts. "How are you coming," asks Norma Craig of Ruth Finn Sandstedt at the typewriter. Marie Hrrigo and Barbara Baragar study exchanges While Mari- lyn Grossoehme and Ioan Bingham learn an art of journalism. Kenneth HofMann, Gene Cederdahl, Ioan Inbody, and Iohn Proffitt gather around Miss Clark's desk for help on a difficult geometry problem. Plays are the major interest in speech class. Trying out for roles are: lanet Ringler, directory lean Ianke, proposing to Bonne Bentzg and Marilyn Gustafson and Shirley Worley awaiting the answer! Page 24 idii' in 5 5 .,,r f btuclying in biology are Barbara Morey, Doris Flrrnstrong, Ioan Har- .baugh, and Helen Fuller. Tomorrows lesson proves to be a hard assignment for Harry Spencer, Gene Draper, Gayle Voller, lim Wrath, and lim Liggett in algebra. The fundamentals of bookkeeping are reviewed by Elaine Berg, Norma , Cameron, Barbara Glantz, Phyllis Pat- W te-rson, and Evelyn Buettgenbach. Lucia Wills, Shyrli Cramer, Leanor Strain, Frances Hanson, Cozier Kline, and Betty Green complete the clay's lesson in typing. Forrest Rupert, lim Blessing, Don Dick- inson, and Keith Walther work on draft ing projects while Kenneth Smith and Bob Knight look up references. Working in wood shop are Ed Chil- dress, Harry Riddle, Oral Mclntosh, Iirn Murphy, and Harold Williams. Miss Carter calls Donna Benson, Betty Slaughter, Fritz Davis, and Iackie Brown to her desk to translate Spanish tales. Beverly Wilder translates Latin While Darlene Imig, loan Hannon, and Charlene Lindquist listen. Page 25 lack Bridge, Bob Gloe, Douglas Niles, Bill Sheehan Bob Nicholls, Gerald Bar- reit, and Dick Darling work on experi- inenis in physics. Bob Rosenquist ooints out Lincoln on the map in a discussion in Flmerican History class. lack Byrne, Hlan Farmer, Lee Czaponsky, cmd Gene Nelson also take part in the classwork. m me, V'-'grlfing in the home economics room aii Delwres Meyer, lean Kohl, Cecelia Mergenthaler, Ruby Forbes, and Bev- erly Becker, NMMA is ,X X ' Mr. Grossoehme gives Gwen Mohler, lean Fetterman, Olive Bryson, Eula Mae Schuite, and Florence Wright instruc- tions for using charts in physiology class. 2 Q fi Ianice Ulrich dictates shorthand to Bernice Hilliard. Nadine Livingston, Beatrice Fox, Pat Shields, and Pat Reitlors, With Betty Sabin at the piano, Bev- erly Ball, Hazel Erickson, Mildred Ever- son, and Barbara Geis harmonize in choir. Seen at their lockers in physical edu- cation are Marvin Spaur, Paul Hart- man, Lloyd Hinkley, and Lyle Linda- mood. Lois Long, Kathleen Forbes, Marky McKinney, Dick Skamser, Howard Griener, and Loretta Yanney at work on their assignments in Flmerican Lit- erature class. BOB HLLEN president Sopltomores The sophomore class proved themselves capable l e a d e r s by successfully sponsoring the May lU dance, Profits from the dance will be used to defray next year's junior-senior banquet expenses. Class officers in charge of the affair were Robert Plllen, president, Mar- garet Stone, vice-presidentg Ianet Harrington, secretary, and Barbara Furman, treas- urer. SUE WORRHLL INEZ BURNWORTH sponsor sponsor Sophomore class officers for the year are: Bar- bara Furman, secretary, Margaret Stone, vice- president, Bob Plllen, president, and Iannie Har- rington, treasurer. Stud ing current events in world history are lim Sfgnding O1 the book Case in the library G 9 Y Story Mack Nickle, Phil Rosene, Norma Brauclc- Rosemary Lucke, Donna Hyland, and Gloria Thomp d mullef, Betty NOTUWWGY, Shif1'2Y Blleiigerlback, Pat son. Seated are Loren Qnderson, Mark Martin, a Heiser, and Pat Farrell. Tom Vogelsang Page 28 Fil Runyan, lim Scott, Glen Wachtel, Harry Vifendland, Boyd Thompson, and Bob Skit-es Work on their individual wood shop projects. Relaxing for a minute in English class are Iackie McKinney, Hlice Lind, Hilda Bauer, Norma Wiiham, Donna Kirby, and Frank Burnham, One-two-three-four! Doing exer- cise: in gym are Ianet and Ieanette Bassler, Barbara Ienkinson, Betty Iohn- son, Margaret Wilson, and Shirley Pat- terfon. Shirley Riner explains algebra to Bill Nigh, While Ianet Ross, Walt Meier, and Keith Thompson work their probe leme. Page 29 W o r k i n g i n drafting are Lisle Robinette, D i c k Young, Wylie Ro- wan, Paul Eisen- barth, a n d Don Brooks. Millie Forst points to the English translation of Spanish, as Ed Huston, Carol Cheuv- ront, Bobbie Read, and Dale Staker look on. Band practice is over and Hollie Haas, lim Ruriyan, Don Stack, Larry B o s l e y, H r t Schmer, Dick Reid, leanette Sestak, and Elaine Rainey are seen leaving the band room. Page 30 Dick Duxbury looks at a map oi the ancient Roman Empire, while Pat Esry, Mary' lee Olson, Ecl Hckerrnan, Mar- garet Stone, and loHnn Hall study in Latin class. Examining the lung in phys- iology are Ferrie Wetgen, Marian Willock, Wanda Zins- master, Bob Burham, and lack Hanna. Looking for bugs to disect? Biology students Neal Schappaugh, Suz- anne Hmos, Twyla El- iedt, and Florence Wen- zel take time out of ct hard days work. W-if . wx T' 'N Lawrence Everett, lane nth, Patty Peters, Phyllis xnney, Dan Iohns, and e Dappen really are more terested in taking a pic- 'e than the geometric tig- e lying at their feet. Seamstresses Patricia Pierce, Delores Meyer, Delores Iewell, Betty Scott, Lola Giebenrath, and Hrlene Bradsby practice this section of home economics. eww, "Music hath charms" and so do these live choir mem- bers who are out getting fresh air. Bda Love. Bar- bara Laughlin, Florence Leacock, Hniula Dick and Barbara Furman really en- joy the sunshine. Enjoying the picturesque coun- try are Tom Kipper, Luella DeShayes, M a rio n Quisen- berry, Iannie Harrington, Iune Greer, Marion Huiman, Shirley Wilson, and Virginia Garlow from the art department. Page 31 nun. A 'M 'll -41 H.. Back Row: Geraldine Feis, Robert Otnes, Norman Dreezen, Dick lohnson, Iohn Niederhaus, Hoyt Hultberg, Ronald Butler. Leslie Spatl, lim Christensen, Billie Shields, Gerald lnbody, lack Bradley, Bob Mathers, Bernard Belknap, Melvin Neu- man, Bob Harrison, Edward Doll, Third How: Beverly Hoage, Harriet Pickle, Ianet Horstman, Marlene Spencer, Ianet Blessing, lessarnine Draper, Barbara Dorsev, Leona Parrott, Rita Eichelberger, Grace Taylor, Donna Gardner, Nadine Severns, Barbara Garrett, Carol Cheuv- rom, David Baragar Second How: Shirley Flllen, Sharon Kemper, lanet Cooper, Evonne Ferguson, lna Lou Yount, Sue Phillips, Dorothy Strawser, Mary Finn Sobieszczyk, Martha Christensen, Gloria Simpscn,Eldona Schell, Marilyn Kritner, Yvonne Yanney. First Row: Shirley Beavers, Marv Lou Roberts, Hope Eagleton, Betty Hathaway, Patty Hartson, Plnn lane Hall, Wilma Craig, Shirley Fiter, Phyllis HoiMann, Margaret Knickerbocker, Carol Williams, Bonita Craig, Betty Lundy, Rosezella Eitel. Junior High Activities lunior high assemblies this year were sponsored by various homerooms. Some of the programs included the presentation of the cheerleader, garden certificates, musical selections, and the Wesleyan players, and short plays. First semester junior high cheerleaders were Robert Furman, Carolyn Burton, and Carol Williams. Second semester were Wil- ma Craig, Nadine Severns, and lerry Schrett. Students did a commendable job in their various classes and clubs. Some oi their projects were dancing for the May tete, vis- iting Wesleyan observatory, and working out various prep band marches. Each semester homeroom members elect two reporters to furnish news tor the North- eastern. For the first semester those chosen were lack Bradley, George Edgar, jerry Fairchild, Melvin Schwenk, lerry Schreph, Leona Spencer, Marilyn Lane, Ruth Hnn Walther, Orpha Swale, lna Yount, Peter Powell, and Ruth Benson. Taking over their duties the second halt ot the school year were Barbara Ball, Barbara Blackburn, Ron- ald Becker, Karolyn Burton, Dick Everett, Shirley Hiem, Leon Kreiner, lim Loder, Bill Nelson, Elizabeth Schleiger, Marlene Spen- cer, Orpha Swale, and Yvonne Yanney. Pl new experiment in junior high is the alternating class, consisting oi nine weeks oi music, nine weeks oi reading, nine weeks ot speech and nine weeks of art. Here is shown a seventh grade art class in the last phase oi their course. -ww 7 ,Aww-umfrsimmmrl - sf' - mmm Back Row: Ruth Hites, Kathleen Young, Nina DeBoer Patricia Babbitt, William McMullen, Kent Phillips, Glen lohrteon, Phyllis Shafer, Barbara Ball, Edwin Glass, lack Wood, Ronald Goin, Fllbert Hartman, Deon Hile. Second Row: Ptnita Flckerman, Marilyn Lane, Fllthea Blunn, Norma Swenson, Marilyn Paddock, Maiy Barker, Hrlene Long, Marilyn Thompson, Geraldine Shaw, Orpha Swale, Patty Greer, Shirley Heim, Vernon Forbes, Iohn VanDusen, Gary Clifford, Dale Markle. First Row: Frances Leacock, Lola Mae Meyer, Leone Spencer, Ioan Spencer, Nancy Brown, lanet Owens, Mary Lou Pullen, Wilda Newman, loanne Gets, Patty Matthews, Elvira Whyman, Beverly Tracy, lolene Wisbey, Beverly Vfood, Elaine Plrrnstrong. Junior Civic League Pl civic league council was elected by the various hornerooms. Pupils elected to serve on the council were Bay Plyres, Wilma Graig, Barbara Farmer, Edwin Glass, Bobert Furman, Scott Hedden, Kenneth Hatfield, Dick Harrington, Betty Hathaway, lim Loder, Mary Lou Sabin, Mary Lou Pulan, Dick Nealy, Mona Temple, Bay Martin, Mary Moore, Marilyn Paddock, Bonnie Trornbla, Bob Mathers, lean Vejaraska, lack Wood, Plrlene Long, Nadine Severns, Rodger To- kunago, loan Spencer, and Elizabeth Schlaiger. Back How: Qlyn Kasl, lerry Schropt, Merwyn Davidson, Harold Voller, Bruce Seamark, Ray Martin, lack Hagan, lean Sandstedt, loilnn Mohler, Lorraine Yanney, Ierry Mohler, Bok Worley, Third Row: Pete Powell, lacqualyne Mathers, Mary Ieanette lvloore, Barbara Blackburn, lack Winklepleck, Dick Everett, Ernest Ptrrigo, Ronald Becker, Hlta Ruby, Carol tjverson, Blanch Holden, Ray Striker. Second Row: Dick Ozenbaugh, lim Cary, Lawrence Smith, Bobby Owen Boyd Thompson, Marvin Hoot, lvan Woples, Waunita Balster, Phyllis Dudley, Ianice Hedden, Marilyn Pierce, Phyllis lean Markle, First Row: Darrel Blank, George Null, Bobbie Dappen, Ronnie Trombla, Leon Lehr, Gerald Beavers, Giles Hannon, These boys diligently study their Civic League assignment hcct PM W R . S, la fab, gi if ,i, fx 5 1 .1 ff Y R Q 1 . I ' 1 1: ' X W 45 my f A 1 . xx, 'ggrf Ta ' - ez 60 ' ,ff 5 ' 1 l -' , 4? 07' fp . Qt' 44? Q l ' W 'Qc' "rw I f' 1' ' ff '7"' ff' 'R-fre! 9' , Ggq A Iffinf M6554 V 1" K rx Q A ,, X A, N L I n 55? ' f W , . O y WW x7i?ckQ'ff5 " I . ' 1.6. ,NA V 1, 1 12k J-XD' , ' 11 '45 L nm 4 A -X A NV :M WV: ' 'la in I . V v2.1.5 a , ! L'-3 1iT"k"l'Lf7' -N .4 , 'V '- I 11.155 vi, g 55,-. fb w' N-Q., H if ' lfxwn, gy' :,.,,fa.Z 1 .3 fri fp 5vsi?ii1' 3 1 'ff WF! Wal" Q 1 .jVi?y:: J' H3 'f' ' f , . fwzkill dx U L .. CCA ,fggf im 145 'XL Page 36 me .V l. Maryanna Hrmstrong and Dorothy Maxwell eagerly sell Htater chips" to Hrlene Miller and Shirley Long. Proof that man is a descendent of monkey. Coming from Bethany way are, cousinselessamine Draper. Gene Draper. Ianice Blessing. Charlie Draper, and Iim Blessing. 4. -lust kids at heart! Wiley Rowan. Bob Fitch. and Dick Hllen rnunch their cones, 2. 3 l. Iohnny McCurdy's Christmas present seems to have created quite a stir. Fit least H1 Wilder. Shirley Worley. Bonne Bentz, Nadine Livingston, Ioan Bingham. and Beverly Ball think so. 2. "Petite Pat" Croskary pauses after a long country drive. 3. Q mixed up affair: Kenny Strawn. Franny Hanson. Iean Ianke, "T. P." Phelan. Don Speir. and Pat Croskary. 4. l'Leggy Sophornores'-Pat Farrell. Hilda Bauer. Millie Forst, Mary Hnn Snell. and Norma Witham. 5 Dr. Means. from the University of Nebraska in the physical education department, gave an inspiring talk at the annual Football Banquet. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mickle smile appreciatively. 4-1 l. "Bun" takes pride in our honorary football co-captains, Kenny Strawn, Iohn McCurdy. and "Babe" Gillispie. 2. Dorris Thomas. Kenny Strawn. Franny Hanson. and Paul Kipper. '45 grad, at the first Basketball Pllumni Dance. 3. Wiley Rowan, Bob Hllen, shivering "Butch" Hartley. Bob Fitch. and Dick Hllen take time out from their lunch hour to stand still. 4. Not Ierry Colona, but Betty Lea Stack. l. L. H S queenies Calias jack Reichenbach. Gene Owens. Phil Hgee. and Darrell Leacockl. 2. 'King of Hearts" Darrell Leacock with his Turnabout date, Ianet Fairchild. 3 That dreamy look on Bob Knighfs face is inspired by "Mimi" Yowell and Charlie Draper. 4. You say hes hungry? Not Ierry Evans! l-le's only going to have a little piece of chocolate cake. l. Qt this end of the cafeteria, we find the cash registers, and Ioan Hannon. Ioan Hall. Ethel Carne. and Katherine Peters. i'Smoe," The mayorette we all admire, Doris Schoenleber. in full attire. 4 --and a gala time was had by alleaptly describes a night at our popular l-lub Club. 2 3 Page 37 K 2 For the prettiest and for the most original corsages, "Butch" Hartley and Don Speir take the cake, while Ioan Hannon and Marilyn Logan take the prizes. Lilamae Tracy, master of ceremonies, approves. Bernice Hilliard, Pat Rietiors, "Bobby" Geis. and Norma Craig "posin' pretty." Florence Leacock caught by the camera. Former Northeasternite, Paul Hndreas, sings while Bobbie Read plays for the Rocket Spotlight. Pat Farrell, Iackie McKinney, and Hilda Bauer "relax" on the front lawn during lunch period. On "Decision Day," the Pep Club challenged the student body in a pep contest, Duane Grantski. "Cozy" Kline, and Paul Obermeyer give out with a typical performance. "Grunt" Grantski waits for more as "Duck" Speir willingly obliges by cutting the goose after the play at lnbodys I-5 Our Capable janitor staff-Charles DeRoech, Mrs. Sara Nigh, Mrs. Cecelia Elam, Ted Gans, Ronald Croon. George Morrissey, W. O. Elam, L. H. Lamborn, and Roscoe Hnderson. Curvacious Marky McKinney lounges in front of Ruth Hnn Sandstedt. Ioan Bingham, Shirley Worley, Marilyn Grossoehme, and jean Fetterman. Dorris Thomas, Maryanna Hrmstrong, lane! Fairchild, Shirley Bennett, and Dorothy Maxwell take a little time off to enjoy the great out of doors. Future majorette, Gail Galloway, doing her fancy strutting for daddy, "Bun." Photographer, lim Wrath, grid advertising manager, Louise McDill. worn out after a strenuous clay of picture taking. Bob Muffley's car loads with Lucia Wills, Shirley Worley, Franny Hanson, Norma Craig and Marilyn Gustafson. ln an early morning Conga line are: lean Fetterman, Leanor Strain. Marilyn Grossoehme, Shyrli Cramer, Marky McKinney, Norma Craig, and Marilyn's little sis, Sharon. Eula Mae Shutte and LaVerne Chittim, uscraper sittersf' Bill Derrick said it with flowers to Hudre McClure for the DeMolay Sweetheart dance. Pl couple well-known juniors, Don Dickinson and Bob Knight. Q few teachers caught at the lunch table are: Miss Schmer, Mrs. Moore, Mr. Tepley, Mr. Mickle, Mr. Yordy. Mr. Coleman, Mr. Forbes, and Miss Gilham. Virginia Hydelotte, Ioanne Donaldson, and Beverly Rietfors defy the cold to have their pictures taken. Peppy Pep club members, Ianice Ulrich, lean Fettermcm, and Bonne Bentz, rest. lf you don't see Marilyn Gustafson and Leanor Strain around on Sundays, you will probably find them in the Pig College drinking fountain. F' if A if qr?m Page 39 -Xu Q I gi? 3 W ' xi 5 is , X S A WS W Q " ": Q, W ., .. N I 2 , Y Q A if 5 ga U , 5 a ' 3 'I "" :Z'I'I:Zg5L.ifi1 fi' 1- M" M A ,ww-M A ! 32 Was? vii as f -MJ P ' D .va G J W . . ' V Lb F' 1 Qt l if B l. Being weighed and Bethel Carne, Iean Hxe. Olive Bryson smiles while helping the nurse. 2. Taking advantage of the snow and ice are Donna Gardner, Barbara Farmer, Nadine Severns, Sue Ph'll' s measured by the nurse, Miss Emily Iohnson, are Ethel Came, Hdalia Winklepleck, 1 ip , Betty Hathaway, and Ina Yount. 3. Dan johns, Pat Rietfors, and Bill Nigh are all dressed up with some place to go! KPN least Dan and Pat havel 4. Betty Iohnson, Grace Leybold. Elaine Berg, Beverly Becker, Imogene Lisle. and Evelyn Porter smile prettily for the camera. 5. "Pres", l'Vice-Pres", and "Bun"-Bill Derrick, Dorothy Maxwell, and Mr, Galloway, l, "Bun" and "Cy" whit the dirt." 2. Spreading Christmas spirit during noon hour were "Bus" Forbes, Larry Bosley, Iohn Whittlock, and Ierry Fairchild. 3. H typical after school scene includes Bettie Ball, Iannie Harrington, Lilamae Tracy, Leanor Strain and Norma Craig. 4. Donnie Dickinson, Shirle B tt y enne , and Don Iones 'led on" the Rocket rooters at the tournament games. 5. The choir in action. 6 . Shirley Wilson and H1 Farmer having jolly fun as usual. 7. Babe Gillispie displaying his manly physique. 4-I l. LaVerne Chittim. Donnabelle Hmend, LaVerne Sinner, and Norma Petersen have nothing to do but pose tor a picture. 2. Ruth Byers and Clarence Newsham add 'lspiritw to the game with all their vim and vigor. 3. Three little cousins-Barbara Furman, Margaret Ruden, and Marian Hulman. l. Dick Scamser, Warren Newell, Iohnny Morgan, and lim Gordon in Warren's Model T 2. Iackie Brown and Darrell Leacock "step out" during ct sunny afternoon. 3. Nl wish that l could hide inside this letter" is Margaret Stone's theme son 4 g. , lt's really all in fun folks. Donna Yoho. Louise McDill, "Mimi" Yowell. Bettie Ball, "Hogie" Logan, and Norma Craig just enjoy the warm sunshine. 5. ln reverse of the normal situation, Charlotte Rhoades and Barb Besse take the switch to Darrell Leacock and lack Reichenbach respectively, Hudre McClure and Katherine Korfi hold them down and Beverly Riettors looks smilingly on. l. Pl busy day in the cafeteria. 2 . Nadine Livingston, Betty Legler, and Ioan Inbody on an early morning stroll. 3. Going our way? Who wouldnt if it's "Larry" Yanney and Pat Shields Uthumbingu? 4. lt youre wond ri h G ' ' e rig w y ene Owens, Ierry Schmidt, or lack Reichenbach are ever late tor dates- here's the answer. Page 41 Page 42 ,ffl W4-.L H is gn ,X Iody Mohler and Polly Hckerson laughing it off. jean Bykerk and her sailor lack Bailey. fellow Northeasterner. "East Side Kids," "Babe" Hill and Ed Lindskog. Doris Schoenleber. Louise McDill, Dorris Thomas, Margaret Stone, Lilamae Tracy, Ianet Fairchild, Beth Stage, and "Iannie" Harrington caught unawares during a 'lsessionf' In his Navy Pea-coat is Iohnny Wright. Now is the time for all good men-. Gene Stine. "Les" Ienkins. Chick Stevenson. and Glen Faulhaber. a part of our alumni in the service. Plnother Navy man, Barney Bradsby. holds his woman, Barb Furman. Bill Cotton and Hl Drozda before "rushing" in the back door of dear ol' N. H. S. Sailor, Bill Slaughter, '45 Grad, home on leave. ii Rosemary Lucke, Gwen Mohler, Betty Sabin. Ray Lucas, Phil Hgee, a corner of Ioyce Everson, Hniula Dick and Elfreda Kohler accompany soprano, Ieanne Wood. H pyramid of palseMary Lou Sabin, Ianet Owens. Barbara Blackburn. and Ioan Spencer. Sophomore girls, Barbara Laughlin and Barbara Furman prefer the iunior boys, Larry Emery and Barney Bradsby. The picture was snapped before Marie Hrrigo and Barbara Barager finished Hprimpingf "Butch" Hartley finds more comfort leaning on "I'ody" Hannon than a lamp post. . . . and the band played on . . .The N.H.S. band at the Farmers Fair in Havelock. "Steadies," "Cozy" Kline and Betty Green. Shirley Riner, Hda Love, lean Pappas. Pat Peters, Darlene Imig, Rosemary Lucke. Iackie Ficke. Ianet and Ieanette Bassler, and Eileen lmig "gather together." Late again! Ioan Connelly. Hnn Walther, IoHlene Lindquist, Mary Moore, and Katheryn Peters are in no hurry to get to school. "Gooch" Hlcorn, Bob Worley, Darrell Blank, H1 Kasl, "Monkey" Deal, and Dickie Harrington really let go! The one and onlyg no other like it, Cetci. Of course, we mean the '45 football squad. The Boy's Small Group and Mrs. Margaret Stednitz preparing to leave for an outside performance. W 1 144 ,:.-' -9,1 i Page 43 Page 44 il Peppy little Iunior High Cheerleaders: Karolyn Burton, "Willie" Craig. Ierry Schreph, Nadine Sevems, and Carol Williams. The Yanney sisters come down the steps in order of Yvonne Phyliss, Lorraine, and "Larry." Really girls, it can't be that load. What are you doing to her anyway, Iune? What have we here? Can it be that these girls should really be in their classes? Hubba, Hubba, Hubba, I believe 'tis Betty Green we see! Going to Spanish the hard Way are Ed Huston, "Bobby" Head, "jackie" Brown, and "Torchy" Staker. Suzanne Hmos. Betty Slaughter, Shirley Wilson. Bobby Read, and "Ginger" Garlow agree that studying would be more pleasant out of doors. Betty Sabin and Beverly Ball really enjoy the spring weather and the sweet lilacs. Ronnie Sterkle "tops" Tom Kipper, Henry Dormer, Bill Krieger, and Gene Meiers. Lois Burdick and Evelyn Porter put their hands tog Caught at the lunch table are Shirley Mercer, Guy Clarence Newsham. Iulius H. Humann, Leadership sponsor just poses, Little Red Riding Hood, Truman Phelan, Watches Lin lt looks like Donnrzbelle Hmend is getting the worst Norma Petersen seem to think it is swell. Candidates for King of Hearts-Cal Horstman. Dar your pick girls. Ronnie Willet, creator ot the sketch of Northeast y of the division pages in this l946 Rocket. Basketball queen Shirley Bennett accompanied by i Grcxntski. H part of Northe-ast's child center. Pllter the Creighton game at King Fong's in Omaha fthe waiter, name unknownl, lim Wroth, Maryam chop-suey. :ther while being snapped. 'e Voller, Bob Knight, Donna Yoho, Beth Stage, and ioln High and Northeast battle over the Rocket Champ. of this deal but Yvonne Tyrell. Bobbie Hammond. and :ell Leacock, Lindy Christensen, and lack Stone. Take Ll see on the forward page and Iuck Gothard maker Tonorary Co-captains, Lindley Christensen and Dunne were: Kenny Carlson, Dawn Garver, Shyrli Cramer, .J Hrmstrong. and Warren Newell are enjoying their Page 45 x 5 Jv iyf ,8 A Q Jyfw if W My rv X, Po G N ,J-f s j J 5 MX Y X m! of U55 Wijifff' QSQPW A M45 gif if aw' M 'qyg X-Vi uf ,g Niaijvg iiiggggiisggg EXW x S Aggjfffgm ilu IOHN MCCUBDY I. H. HUMHNN BILL DERRICK president sponsor president Student Leadership The Student Leadership Class of Northeast High strives to develop and improve the civic and leadership qualities of its students. Pls the governing body of the school it serves as an outlet for student ideas and opinions. The class is made up of the chosen leaders of all organizations and the presi- dents of all Home Booms. Throughout the vear it has promoted a Variety of convocations. Exchange assem- blies with Lincoln High School have been started in an effort to promote a fine rela- tionship between the two schools. ln addi- tion to this, it plans all psp rallies, and sponsors the all-school parties, lunch hour programs, movies, and other activities of the school. Something new has been added. Yes, the leadership class has done it again! The Basketball Pllumni dance, which it spon- sored March 22, was the first of a series of dances that the class hopes will continue for a long time. Hnd guess what---a SlUU band for the dance. The day was started off right with an assembly called the "Rocket Spotlight", featuring talent from Northeast. The officers for first semester were. lohn lvfcCurdy, president- Dorris Thomas, vice president, Shirley Bennett, secretary, lim Gordon, treasurer. For second semesier they were: Bill Derrick, president, Dorothy Max- well, vice president, lanet Fairchild, secre- tary, Beth Stage, treasurer. FZRST SEMESTER LERDERSI-LP CLHSS MEMBERS WERE: Lust Row, left to right: Dick Slcamser, Don Dickinson, Don Speir, Bettie Ball, lannie Harrington, Ruth Byers, Shirley Mercer, Barbara Furman. Second Row: Marian Willock, Boyd Thompson, Merry Carol Cheuvront, Norma Craig, lerry Evans, Kenneth Strawn, Lindley Christensen, lanet Fairchild, Ieanne tettermcm, Norma l-'e'ersen. First Row: Ieanne Bykerk, Louise McDill, Shirley Bennett, lolin McCurdy, Dorris Thomas, lim Gordon. Page 48 SECOND SEMESTER LEHDERSHIP CLHSS MEMBERS WERE: Last Row. left to right: Lilamae Tracy, lackie McKinney, Marian Quizenberry, Evelyn Porter, Pat Kirkus, Shirley Mercer Third Row: Betty Slaughter, Kenneth Strawn, Pat Shields, Winona Plnderson, Gayle Voller, lohn Lux, Hlhert Reqler, Bob Flllen. Second Row: Charlotte Rhodes, lean lanke, Virginia Garlow, Bobby Read, Lindley Christensen, Betty Lea Stack, Truman Phelan, Marilyn Logan. First Row: La Verne Sinner, Shirley Worley, lanet Fairchild, Dorothy Maxwell, Bill Derrick. Pl faculty committee listens to orations ol candidates for senior speakers. Leadership This quartette was included in the first ol a series of exchange assemblies between Lincoln High and Northeast, presented February 15. 1 4 BETTY LEH STPICK HNNE MUNSON HELEN KRQUSE LILLIRN GRIFFITHS IQNET FFHRCHI president sponsor sponsor sponsor president Girl Reserves MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE MEMBERS WERE: Lust Row. left to right: loan Hannan, Suzanne Flmos, Phyllis Yanney, Rose- mary Lucke, Lucia Wills, Norma Craig, lane Goth, Ianet Ross First Row: Nadine Livingston, Barbara Geis, Donna Hyland, La Verne Sinner, Bonne Bentz, Donna Yolco, Beverly Ball, Ruth I-lnn Sandstedt. SERVICE COMMITTEE MEMBERS WERE: Last Row, left to right: Mildred Everson, Lorretta Yanney, Bethel Carne, Pldalia Winklepleck, Delores Meyer, Shirley Mercer. First Row: Ethel Car:-ie, Hilda Bawer, Florence Leficock, Barbara Laughlin, Shirley Bennett, Frances Hanson, Marky McKinney, Margaret Ruden. The Northeast Girl Reserves, under the guidance of Miss Munson, Miss Grittiths, and Mrs. Krause, have accomplished several definite things this year. They have raised money for articles ot permanent value to the school by selling concessions at the games, and they have also earned enough for special parties and activities. The purposes ot this organization are to encourage the spiritual, mental, and physi- cal development of every member and to teach the girls the principles oi democratic living. The Girl Reserves are the high school branch of the Y. W. C. Pl., and every Girl Reserve is given the rights and privileges ol a iunior member ot that organization. The total membership this year Was one hundred and titty. Through careful planning these girls have had excellent programs and speakers. Pl variety of subjects was dis- cussed at the meetings, and members were given an opportunity to have their questions answered by the speakers. Some 'ot the 1 topics were: "Our lmportance as Future Women Voters", URacial Relations", 'Tashf ions", and "Good Grooming". Recause G. R. fills a real need in the high school lives oi its members, more girls should be encouraged to join as soon as they reach their sophomore year. FINHNCE COMMITTEE MEMBERS WERE: Last Row, teh to right: Patty Peters, lacqueline Ficke, Ioan Williams Dailene lmig, Patricia Heiser, Lilarnae Tracy, Lecnor Strain, Betty Sabin, Donna Benson, lariice Ulrich. First Row: lean Qxe, Marian Vtlillock, Ieanne Fetteirnan, I-ludre McClure, Maria Qrrigo, 3a:'b:i.a Baagar, Shyrll C.arner, Betty Green. A, 4, 1, FIRST SEMESTER CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: ast Row. left to right: Pat Shields, learine Wood, lean SECOND SEMESTER CQBINET MEMBERS .WERg:. Icmkel Doris Schoenlebery Lilqmue Tracy Ianei Fair. Last Row: Margaret Buden, Betty Slaughter, Miss Griffiths Child Damn Yoho DOmthY.MGxWe11 ' Mrs. Krause, Miss Munson, Bonne Bentz, Ieanne Fet .. 'I ' l , , . ' - terman. us!RullhWByEilsAfelMiimliliinlsdoii ltgflgigliqrset Etlildleni-ee mack' First Row: Pat Croslcary, Florence Leacock, Dorothy Max well, lanet Fairchild, Dorris Thomas, Maryanna Him , ' strong. Girl Reserves MN PUBLICITY HND PROGRBM COMMITTEE MEMBERS WERA Last Row. left to right: Donriabelle Hmend, Ieanne Wood, lahet Fairchild, Dorothy Blough, Ruth Ellen Christensen, loyce Christensen, Margaret Schmer, Marilyn Gustaison, Phyllis Hoffman, Wilma Heiser, Millie Forst, Virginia Garlow, Lois Long. First Row: Louise McDill, Margaret Stone, lean lanke, Dor- ris Thomas, Barbara Furman, Marian Quisenberry, Betty Slaughter, Kathryn Peters. MUSIC HND SOCIHL COMMITTEE MEMBERS WERE: Lust Row, left to right: Bettie Ball, lannie Harrington, Iackie McKinney, Marilyn Logan, Norma Petersen, Barbara Besse, Doris Schoenleber, Bobby Read, Marilyn Grossoehme, loan Bingham, Pat Farrell, Norma Witham, Marilyn Meyer Patty Esiy. First Row: Mary Hnn Snell, Naomi Long, Hnjula Dick, Shirley Worley, La Verne Chittim, Pat Croslcary, Pat Shields, Lila Camp, Barbara Hammond. Page 51 Q is M we 3 HM GORDON president E. M. IEFFERY sponsor W. GROSSOEHME sponsor IQCK STONE president Last Row. left to right: Dick Duxbury, Warren Newell, Sanford Downs, Fritz Davis, Bruce Evans, Dick Reid. First Row: Iim Gordon, Larry Bosley, Plrt Schmer, Tom Vogelsang, Gayle Hatton, Hlan Farmer. HLY "To create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community", is the goal set before the Northeast Hi-Y. They have gone a long Way in pursuit of these standards. The platform oi the Hi-Y is clean speech, clean sports, and clean scholarship. In try- ing to maintain this platform, the Hi-Y has had a number of interesting speakers, who have had a background oi training and ex- perience for these various themes. Page 52 FIRST SEMESTER CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: Mr. Ielforv, Bill Voaelsang, Dick Reid, lack Stone, lim Gordon, Warren Newell, Van Tyler, Iohn Lux, Mr. Grossoehme. Last Row. left to right: Mr. Ieffery, Dick Inbody, Duane Butler, Mr. Grossoehme. Front Row: Don Fiske, lohn Lux, Van Tyler, Ql Wilder, SECOND SEMESTER CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: Mr. leffery, Bill Vogelsafig, Dick Reid, Iohn Lux, Fritz Davis, lack Stone, H1 Wilder, Van Tyler, Jim Gordon, Mr. Grossoehme. Last Row. left to right: Bill Vogelsang, lack Stone Melvin Meyers, Bob Rosenquist, Russell Quinn First Row: Ed Maunder, Bill Krieger, Don Brooks Gene Meier, Iohn Morgan. Hi-Y Through a courtesy commit- tee, this organization extends the hospitality of Northeast to newcomers and visitors by fa- miliarizing them with the school. For part of the boys' pro- gram the Hi-Y participates in many conferences each year. This year they sent five repre- sentatives to the district con- ference at Omaha. Don Fiske was one of the two boys who represented Nebraska at the international Hi-Y conference in Pltlantic City, New lersey, March 14 to l7. The Hi-Y and G. R. conference was a fitting climax to a successful and happy year. Page 53 1 Lust Row, left to right: Beverly Wilder, Margaret Olson, Marjorie Fisher, Margaret Wilson, Marian Willoclc, Ferne Wilgen, Norma Cameron. Second Row: lune Greer, Patty Esry, Elaine Berg, Ruth Furry, Darlene Gans, Barbara Hattan, Beverly Becker, Pat Crounse. First Bow: Dorothy Blouqh, Plrlene Bradslsy, Evelyn Porter, Virginia Lampshrre, Beverly Hiettors, Gertrude Kennedtff loan Harbaugh, Io Hnn Donaldson, Opal Peet. Girls' Athletic Association Let yourself go . . . relax your brain and mind . . . play hard and have fun the G. Pl. Pl. Way. By swimming, dancing, hike ing, picnicing and playing seasonal sports the members Work together building health, sportsmanship, and a better spirit of student IO HLENE LINDOUIST X president X QB fellowship. Thus is the purpose of the Girls Hthletic Flssociation. Keeping in step with the other organiza- tions of the school the members presented a skit at the Benson pep rally February 8. Besides their regular activities the girls par- ticipate lUU L70 in selling game concessions. Through the excellent efforts oi the pub- licity committee the organizations member- ship Was boosted to a total number of 40. Meetings are held after school one night Weekly and any senior high girl is qualified to ioin. Officers heading the organization first and second semester were: io Pllene Lindquist and Gertrude Kennedy, presidentsg lunie Greer and Ioan l-farbough, vice-presidentsg Beverly Rietfors and Gertrude Kennedy, sece retariesg io Hnn Donaldson and Beverly Bietfors, treasurersg and Virginia Lampshire, concessions manager, Mrs. Hollyce Heller was sponser of the G, H. Q. G. H. H. CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: Ioan Harbaugh, Iune Greer, Io Qlene Lindquist, Gertrude Kenn dy Mrs. Heller, Io lflnn Donaldson, Virginia Lampsliire. GERTRUDE president Page 54 A 4. A 4 - Lust Row, left to right: Dale Woods, Robert Schaepe, Larry Emery, Gerald Sundberg, Tom Kidd Russell Schaepe, Iack Pickel, Eugene Starck, Iohn Hnderson, Ed Chipper- iield, Bob Lee. Second Row: Robert Pester, Maurice Wilkornn, Ioe Philen, Donald Pugh, Duane Everrett, Leon Kreiner, Lyle Everson, Don Plrnold, Marion Gertsch, Iunior Lesoing. First Row: Hart Meruryn, Marlin DeBoer, Mr. Schmecleke, Ed Vantine, Bill Mahagan, Glen Beavers, Kenneth Lux, Glen Sorensen, Ervin Deboer, Dean Nelson. Future Farmers of America "Doing to Learn and Learning to Do" is the motto of the Northeast Future Farmers of Hmerica, spon- sored by Lloyd Schmadeke. Glen Sorenson Was elected president ot the chap- terg Glen Beavers, vice-president, Ed Vantine, sec- retaryg Bill Mohogan, treasurer, and Kenneth Lux, news reporter. This work in agriculture and F. F. Pl. qualifies the boys for entering the Hgricultural college. The chapter owns a purebred duroc gilt which it loaned to Glen Sorenson, who will return two pigs of first and third choice at the time she farrows. The chapter in the future hopes to have a purebred hog sale. Most of the boys have part-time jobs and use the money for government bonds, bank deposits, and to support their projects. F. F. R. CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: . Mr Schmedeke, Kenneth Lux, Glen Sorensen, Glen F- F- H- members Wolk 9CfTne3t1Y U1 their Well Beavers, Bill Mahagan, Ed Vantine. equipped shop. GLEN SORENSON president L, SCHMHDEKE sponsor it 1 Dirt DICK INBODY BILL DERRICK BHND CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: Last Row. left to right: Dick Reid, Sanford Downs, Dan Iohns, Iohn Prottitt, Mr. Forbes. First Row: B111 Vogelsang, B111 Derrick, Dick 1nbody, Iack Stone. Advanced Upho1ding the high standards set before The band made trips to Beatrice and Crete thern in previous years, the Northeast Band this year dispiaying its outstanding march- again paraded to tame and gtory, This year ing and ptaying ability. 1t a1so p1ayed tor the band, under the direction ot Vernon Q. the annua1 Nebraska State Teachers Hsso- Forbes, presented. idea1 entertainment tor a11 ciation and the Havelock Farmers Fair. ath1etic events with the p1ay1ng ot Boogie Ptgain, as before, ct Spring Concert was Marches and popular songs such as given and was thorough1y enjoyed in every 1'Drearns" and "Chickery Chick". respect. Last How. left to right: Harriett Stan1ey, Donnabelle Hmend, Florence Leacock, Mr, Forbes, Kent Phithps, Shirley Fiter, 1eanne Pappas, Dale Cht1c1ress, Mari1yn Logan, Beth Stage, Betty Winget, Doris Schoen1eber Fourth Row: Ianet McKinney, Hope Eag1eton, Marvin Moigafvidgre, Darre11 Meyer, Loren Hnderson, 1io11anc1 Haas, Me1V1n Dudley, Dick lnbody, Santord Downs, Iohn Proffitt, Gerald Inbody, Hona1d Goin, Vernon Forbes, Dale Van Dusen, Pat Kirkus, Ed DOI1, lim Vlroth Gi .6 Xe DORIS V 13. FORBES -IOENLEBER 4 3 TWIHLERS FOR THE YEHR WERE: llarriett Stanley, Marilyn Logan, Florence Leacock, 16" Doris Schoenleber, Donnabelle Flmend Beth Stage, Betty Winge- Band The officers who helped to make the band a areat success were: first sernesterfDick lnloody, president, Dwaine Hartman, vice- president, Hniula Dick, secretary and treas- urer, lack Stone, student director, Sanford Downs, librarian, Dick Reid, property man- ager, and Doris ette. Schoenleloer, drurn-rnajor- Second semester--Bill Derrick, president, Bill Vogel-eang, vice-president, Dan lohns, secretary and treasurer, lack Stone, student director, Dick Reid, librarian, and john Proffitt, property manager. The twirlers that helped to complete the marching loand Were: Beth Stage, Marilyn Logan, Qrlene Miller, Florence Leacock, and Donnabelle Hmend. Betty Winget and Har- riett Stanley were the flag twirlers. Third Row: Marilyn Miller, Hrf Schrnef, lack Bridge, Gene Meier, Bob Gloe, lack Stone, Dan Iohris, fllberl Regler, Bolo Nicnolls, ferry Fairchild, Iohn Whitlock, Ervin Deal, Dale Staker, Elaine Barney, Don Stack, lim Bunyan, Jeanette Sestak. Second Row: Marilyn Grossoehrne, Bolo Harrison, Suzarina Qrrios, Bill Derrick, Gloria Simpson Bolo Bouwens, Iirn Dahl, Vernon Luth, Bob Hosenquist. First How: Bill Vogelsang, lean lanke, Pat Shields, Lawrence tlverett, Ruth Finn Sandsteclt. 1 ORCHESTRH CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: Last Row. left to right: Bill Bowmaster, Barbara Garrett, Kent Phillips, Ruth Ellen Christensen, Mr. Forbes, Bob Harrison, Bob Sandstedt. First Row: Kathleen Forbes, Barbara Farmer, Marilyn Miller, lrmr Trott. Qrchestra The advanced orchestra has completed a successful year, membership has steadily increased, new music has been plentiful, and there have been several playing en- gagements in northeast Lincoln since last September. The orchestra is very proud of its large and colorful collection of music which it is looking forward to using again next season. For the first time in its short history, the orchestra has the same instru- ments found in the Lincoln Symphony. Barbara Farmer, Kathleen Forbes, Bar- bara Garrett, Kent Phillips, Bill Bowmaster, and Bob Harrison served on the orchestra cabinet second semester as president, vice- president, secretary, property man, librarian, and student director respectively. First semester officers Were Marilyn Miller, president, lrma Trott, Vice-president, Kath- leen Forbes, secretaryg Bob Dappen, prop- erty many Bob Sandstedt, librariang and Buth Christensen, student director. Last How, left to right: Darlene lmig, Mr. Forbes, Leon Lehr, Ronald Becker, Kent Phillips. Third Row: Muriel Ioy, Barbara Garrett, Bob Sandstedt, Marilyn Miller, Bob Harrison, Dick Whitaker, Eugene Stack, Richard Berry, Philip Rosene, Vernon Forbes, foe Dappen, Floyd Parmenter, Roland Barron, Everett Williams, Bill Bowmaster Bob Dappen. Second Row: Martha Christensen, Donna Gardner, Lawrence Everett, Mary Lou Doran, Barbara Farmer, Bonnie Frederick Marvin Mclntosh, Elaine Koontz, Margaret Wilson, Donna Frost, Barbara Hattan, First Row: Kathleen Forbes, Ruth Ellen Christensen, Beverly Koontz, Io Plnn Nielson, Martha Potter, Grace Gorker. Page 58 Last Row, left to right: Camille Fountain, Frances Leacock, Eugene Wymore, Richard Gans, Iohn Willock, Leanord Luth Donald Harrell, Maurice Wilkcmn, Richard Hastings, Ray Striker, Howard Delaney, Mr. Forbes, Sammy Phillips. Third Row: Veriel Dittman, Ierry Schrepf, Mellin Scliwenk, Robert Nelson, Dick Cederdahl, Donald Morrison, Franklin Kirkus Helen McMahon, Harold Stimbert, Bill Brown, lack Rogan, Marvin Root, Io Hnn Trickle, lack Winklepleck. Second Row: Qlta Ruby, Wilda Neuman, Bill Nelson, Garland Shields, Mary Lou Pullen, Phyllis Dudley, Ervin Delp, Bob McMahon, Ray Martin, Bob Furman, Ray Magarian, Le f'iOy Gerner. First Row: Mary Roberts, Ivan Waples, lean Sandstedt, Bok Mathers, Play Qyars, Prep Band The younger students of Northeast High that form the prep group are building the musical foundation that they will need when they join the advanced band and orchestra. Great are the achievements of this groupg not only do they learn the fundamentals of music but they learn to play and Work to- gether. When each has developed the qualifications of the advanced groups, and when a vacancy occurs they are promoted and become established members. The prep group has completed a success- ful year of practicing together on many difficult pieces and as a result of their Work they were able to perform to the credit of our school. Prep Band second semester officers: class chairman, Ray Hyars, secretary, Bob Math- ers, student director, LeRoy Gernerg property manager, lerry Schrepf. Prep Orchestra second semester officers: foyce Carter, class chairman, Marvin Root, assistant chairmang loanne Young, secre- tary, and lack Ruyan, property manager. PREP BHND CRBINET MEMBERS WERE: Schrepf, Marvin Root. Page 59 fack Hagan, Ray Qyars, Bob Mathers, Le Hoy Gerner, jerry ' A. Al Last Row. lei! to right: Melvin Meyers, Clarence Newshorn Gene Owens. iflda Love, Elaine Koontz. Marie Eldred, lo Qlene Lindquist, La Verne Chittim, Ieanne Wood, Shirley Worley, Marjorie Cody, Qnjula Dick, Pllberra Woolhether, Pat Crounse, Ray Lucas, Dcn lanes, Charles Tankersley Second Row: Duane Hartley, Bob Chriswisser, lack Relchenbach, Gertrude Kennedy, Hazel Erickson, Verna Swale, l-'at Pietlors, Bettie Legler, Beverly Ball, Darlene Weaver, Hlice Barron, Naomi Long, 'Wanda Zinsrnaster, Norma Craig, Mil- dred Everson, lerome Schmidt, Howard Greiner. First Row: Ve'non Peterson, Fay Whitla Darrell Leaccck, Betty Sabin, Iackie Bown, Ruth Byers Shirley Bennett, Barbara Laughlin, Barbara Furman, Florence Leacock, Barbara Besse, Barbara Gels, Darlene Feis, Van Tyler, lchn Lux, lack Byrne Vocal Music fAM1LSI'L' mice admitted to the soul, heroines ti sort of Ll spirit turd never dies." ISULWER. Singing plays a very important part in the lives of the many Northeast students enrolled in the vocal music department under the direction of Mrs, Richard C. Stede nitz. These students can always be relied upon to furnish their singing for the numerous school assemblies and family night pro- grams, as Well as for the business groups, church groups, and various civic groups city wide. The senior choir has embedded itself firmly into the memories of its fifty-one meme bers. Some of the 'nost outstanding choir programs were the Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter performances, also the semester family night programs. They carried out the school tradition by caroling through the halls at Christmas time. The choir assumed the leadership in the gay, rollicking spring musical, "Down On the Farm", presented May lU. This was original in theme and planning, and presen- tation was student sponsored. The talent used was from the various vocal classes and anyone wishing to participate in the production could do so. Responsibility, leadership, dependability, and cooperation in working together on this production are developed in the stu- dents, as well as talent, and all are essential for a good production. V' THE GIRLS' SMHLL GROUP INCLUDED: Gwen Mohler, Betty Sabin, Margaret Stone, teanne Wood, Plnibla Dick, Rosemlry Lucke Page 60 "W ffk . 5- .1 I . . . , -N. K N.. .M x .-. K .X y t x. K1 -TSX-xxx .- X I . 4,1 X v e x fl . 'N X -5 P' r MRS. STEDNITZ l ' director . J' J il T 1 f . 'J f x X THE BOYS' SMHLL GROUP INCLUDED: Phil Hgee, Gene Owens lack Reichenbach, Darrell Leacock, leroine Schmidt, Ray Luca Don lones, Charles Tankersley. Girls Qlee The girls' special vocal group has done outstanding work this year as is shown by the many places they have appeared. Besides school programs they have sung tor: The Nebraska State Teachers conven- tion's general session, the South Central Region Conierence ot Department ot Class- room Teachers, the combined Linc oln Churches Sunday evening sing-tests on the Capitol steps, at St. Pauls Church, tor Ro- tary, Optimist, Cooperative and Lions Clubs, Masonic and Eastern Star groups, P. E. O., and the following churches: First Methodist ot University Place, St. Paul Methodist, First Presbyterian, Tabernacle Christian, and Bethany Christian. These girls have given a great deal of their time and talent tor these special pro- grams and they have brought happiness to the many people who have heard them. Pilthough the senior boys' octette was or- ganized the second semester, in this short time oi preparation they have been in de- mand in school and in city tor their iine Work. The girls' glee club met twice each week. The quality ot their work showed a marked improvement and they took an active part in the spring musical. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB MEMBERS WERE: Last Row, left to right: Doris Witt, Lois Mohlman, lackie McKinney, Zinsmaster, Irene Rader, Lea Lamphire. Norma Witham, Eudora Kennedy, Ioan Bovve, Wanda Second Row: Twila Qlphlet, Ruby Parrott, Gerolene Feis, loan Van May Finn Snell, Frankie Olson, Drulen, lanet Ross, Flcla Love, Betty Vogel, Marie Hrrigo, First Row: Barbara Morey, Geneve Taylor, Helen Fuller, Rosemarie ler, Betty lohnson, Barbara Baragar, Mrs. Stednitz, 'W' 'lm Meyers, Glofia Thompson, leanette Bazsler, Ianet Paz:- Hccornpanying Ray Lucas in the Christmas pro- gram were Gwen Mohler, Betty Sabin, Rosemary Lucke, Ioyce Everson, Ieanne Wood, and Ellreda Kohler Vocal Music The Iunior high songsters are preparing themselves through hard work to become the future members ot the choir, glee clubs, special small groups in Senior high school. 'lltfs the songs you sing, and the smiles you uteru- 'That makes the mrmshrne erreryruliercf' The choir, under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Sted- nitz, gives one ot their numerous performances at an assembly. Last Row. left to right: Marilyn Kritner, Nadine Severns, Marilyn Thompson, Phyllis Schoclc, Ketha Stewart, Phyllis Shater, Christine Berry, Mary Hrm Yent, Qrlene Long, Faye Ledbetter, Yvonne Yanney, Second Row: Thelrna Kidney, Norma Guess, Qlthea Blunn, Geraldine Shaw, Orpha Swale, Monna Temple Mrs Stednitz, Merle lean Meyers, Rowena Thompson, Barbara Call, Sarah Bigsby, Shirley Heim. First Row: Iacqualyn Mathers, Donna Lee Craig, Barbara Rall, Marilyn Lane, lane Hrrn Lowe lldna Warnbold, lerry Lea Pierce, Virginia Sack, Rita Eiclcelberger, l-'atty G.eer, Darlene Deljoer. Page 62 he-I e r as 50' H ' ' Q4 ' 5,..E8s.yl?ilv in Lust How. left to right: Richard Harrington, Dick Osenball Ozenbaug, Melvin Schwenlc Merlin Sipp Kenneth Bender, Glenn Stevens, Tom McGrath, Richard Hlcorn. First How: Mary Lau Pullen, Blanche Holden, Doris Peterson, Elaine Qrmstrong, Betty Richards, Beverly Wocd, Patty Mat- thews, Janice Hedden, Iolene Wisby, Beverly Tracy. xr M .ustlfh Last Row. left to right: Leone Spencer, Ioan Spencer, Darrell Blank, Boyd Thcrnpson, Terry Mohler, larnes Bare, Merwyn Davidson, Qlyn Kasl, Donna Lee Thomason, Marvin Deql, Horner Harrison, First Row: Marilyn Peirce, Ioanrie Geis, Io Ptnn Mohler, lanet Owens, Elv ira Whyrnan, Waiinita Bolster, Barbara Black- burn, Elizabeth Schleiger, Frances Leacock, leryce Gunn, Marcia Peters, Last Row, left to right: Giles Hannan, Gerald Morrison, Rodger Brehm, Peter Powell, Bobert Stewart, Gayle Rosecrans, Bernard Berry, Lawrence Smith, Lawrence Shepard, Iohn Harper, Iimmy Cary. First Row: Doris Bouwens, Mary Lou Sabin, Io Finn Trickle, Lorraine Yanney, Dorothy Converse, Barbara Godfrey, Nancy Brown, Mary Ieanette Moore, Carol Canshorn, Marilyn Pelikin. Last Row, left to riqht: Frances Maupin, Dick Morrissey, Glen Howard, lerry Taylor, LeRoy Tucker, David Flndtewjeski, Bobby Owen First Row: Mary I-lnn Patterson, Geraldine Morrison, Irene Brackmuller, Sylv Delcres Patterson, Carol Everson, Phyllis Markel, Patsy Mclintarffer, Holden, Wayne Hoage, Bob Worley, Wayne ia Zimmerman, Benevive Craig, Qnne Flggen, Page 63 BETH STHGE p ident Louise McDill, Beth Stage and Miss Schmer in- dulge in the ice cream and cake at the Mu Kappa Tau banquet held at the Cornhusker. The cast of "You Can't Take it With You had a grand time at Dick lnbody's after the play Mu Kappa Tau H11 people who Were members of or crew or in the cast of any play presented by Northeast are eligible for membership in the "Mu Kappa Tau Players". 'These Words freely translated signify-mystery, comedy, and tragedy. 'You Can't Take lt With You", a three-act comedy, was successfully presented on No- vember l6 and 17. Each night a party fol- lowed the play at the homes of lanet Fair- child and Dick fnbody, respectively. New members were initiated at the buffet supper in the school building. t'Life of the Party" was presented on Hpril 5 and 6. It was a lively, understanding stud? of modern youth and modern family. Elected as club officers Were: Beth Sta' e president, Pat Kirlcas, vice-presidents 51 d Louise McDill, secretory and treasurverlf l. , . PV , I MHBLE iEQN SCHMER' sponsor Page 64 V MU KHPPF1 THU CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: Lindley Chri ter sen, Paul lifartrnan, Miss Schmer, Beth Stage, Ioan Speidell Pat Kirkus, lim Wroth and Louise McDill. The food was line and Shirley Ben- nett seems to enjoy it. Ianet Fairchild is more interested in Shirley than the food. Orchids lor Miss Schmer! Lindley Christensen and Louise McDill pre- sented it at the performance of "You Can't Take It With You," The t'Lite of the Party" family included lim Wroth, fatherg Dorothy Blough, motherg Brev- erly Ball, Mildredg Shirley Mercer, Hmyg Louise McDill lean. s wh ,.wm" M A Ming The Mu Kappa Tau banquet at the Corn- husker turnecl out to be a gala affair with Hary Wendlin and Bonnie Bentz running et 'newspaper race" lor initiation, """'ln mm' ., M 1 Hh- KFNNY STRQWN "RUN" GQLLOVVQY lo, l TEPLY yi iilfiit rn fli whirl 5.- "N" CLUB CFIBINET MEMBERS WERE: st Row, left to right: F nip' lliuvifz Ge-.ia UW -ne: Gayle Volif-i, l-ll Tliczdo. rst Row: Couch Gdilowiy Coiicli lil,-'ck lfwririy St'oWii Liril wx Fliiirtf-iw,-ii l' ,iii-iii Uhr i iri lift lv--'liwrir""t'li 'MHXH RPZEK LTNDLEY CHRISTPNFEN qoocli president C6 99 The Northeorst "N" club hos rnointoined ii Spirit ol lon' ploy ond sportsmonship throughout the school yeor, The club is composed ol dll looys who eorn ot letter in competitive sports. The UN" club Cornivol donce was one ot the top entertoiinment progronns of the yeor. They elected the boslcetboll ond lootholl queens ond sponsored the donces lor these two irnportoint occoisions. The seosone cliniox, o picnic to initiote new members, Woe held ot Pioneers Pork. Qlticers for the first semester Were: Kenny Strown, ioresidentg lohn McCurdy, vicefpresif dentg Fritz Dovis, 'secretoryg ond Don Spier, treosnrer. Second semester officers were: Lindley Uhristensen, ioresidentg Goyle Voller, Jice- president- Flltred Dro7dot, ssecretoryg ond Gene Owens, treorfsurer. fx Usl ROW' leh l? Yighfi C1 VW- ll l Ill l3l'i,i H if-if ln.-izw fu tzriffrzi loin lxidil lloyii itil i-igufiri Hof Hi. lidiri Wfiirrl-ri iwevv L-ll l.ni Cf limi econd RQWI lflt: ltlflilfii-, ll'll l '1 1. ' 1"i,-.. l.ef1f'rw:k l'oii w eii Cogiei Kline iiliri lVli'C.'ity C51-nv Welisori, tiwriorit l+i1it:1t,y liivlz livin 1. v First Row: Ht ll"".'iti Gi-iii UN ir fl iylfl Vfillv Lirimey Citrw-fi, fri Kenny 5t'i'1wii Twwtf l 1:1 'li uniui l'r1elr1!i lock Hr-ich' 1-iilifivli AX r JZ. Lg ' ,Q ww 'LTA f' 'Y lives, -iii l l-l - f . 4 W, 1 v , ilu-1, Q Last row. left to ri hi: annie l'iar:in ton l.aVerno Sinner Brnne Bentz Bnverly Ball Shvrli Crcrnei lcrnrno lllrich, Mar Q I 31 r r f anna llrmstrona Marilyn Gustatson, Frances Hanson, Bart-ara Hammond lo Flnrr Donaldson, Flo ence Wright Y, Second Row: leanne Fetteznrarr Bo:ba:a Laughlin, Barham lnrmori, Retire Bfrli, Marian Qiiiseriherzy, Ruth Byem, Helly Slaqghte. Margaret Schme: Shirley Woloy Betty Green Barham: Hesse, Margaret Stone First How: Shrtley Mercer Betty Lee Stock, Dorris lhornas Pa' Maiyn Yoweii Lozise Mcliiil Norma Craig, llonno Yfwro Margaret Huden lbvrothy Maxwell Rockettes "We are joined together' under this Constitution to form the ll-'Jep Club' of Northeast High School tor the purpose ot creating pep, serving our school, and pro- moting good sportsmanship at all times," During the year, the Rockettes planned and presented pep rallies and skits, took charge ol decorations tor the Football Banquet, sponsored the Turnaloout Dance and participated in selling game concesf sions. Highlighting the season were trips to Beatrice and York tor football games, and to Crete, Fairbury and York tor basketf bail games. Officers lirst and second semester, ref spectively, were: Marilyn Yowell and Lilamae Tracy, presidents, Louise McDill ond Shirley B e n n e t t, vice-presidents, PEP CLUB CHBINET MEMBERS WERE: Croskary, Loanor Strain Shirley Bennett Lrlarnae 'l'raC Y , Lust Row. left to right: Shirley Mer'cr':r, Norma Craig Leunor Strain, Mrs Heller, Betty Lee Slack, lflorrna Yolio Fat Croskary Norma CfC1lQ Cifld LGOHOY SlI'CIll'1, SGCIG' First Row: Virginia Hvdelolt, Marilyn lvlf'-yer, Lilamae lracy KINGQ Gnd Virginia Qydelott Gnd pat Shirley Bennett Marilyn Yowell Louise McDill Croskary, treasurers. MHRll.Yll YOVVKLL LILHMHE THHCY M D. Tl-IOMPSCN Presnturrt Presrrtsfnt Sponsor ,wfwmlfsyigws Jig, . sr rr Page 67 SHIRLEY MERCER LOUISE McDILL EDITOR EDITOR The deadline has arrived, the hurry and scurry are over, and the last min- ute material is at the printers, so the Northeastern staff anxiously await the results of their work. This is the picture that greets you as you Walk into the staff room. The ortlteastern Looking over several editions of the Northeastern are Truman Phelan, associate editor, Louise McDill, editor, second semester, Shirley Mercer, editor, and Iean Hxe, associate editor, first semester. ' Planning their various sections for the next edition are Margaret Ruden, first page editor, Maryanna Plrm- strong, circulation, Dawn Garver, second page e Though r e g u l a r publication was every two Weeks, the staff edited sev- eral extra editions on the first day of school, Hpril Fools' Day, and May 24, the senior edition. For the third time the Northeastern has been awarded Fill-Qmerican by the National Scholastic Hssoviation. Shirley Mercer and Louise McDill were editors first and second semes- ters, respectively. Hdvisor and sponsor was Miss Ruth Cross. ditor, Don Fiske, and Cal Horstman, sports editors, discuss and Barbara Hammond, third page editor. their sports page picture with photographer lim Wroth Page 68 editor. RUTH CROSS HDVISER Miss Ruth Cross, Northeastern adviser, Z' looks on, as typist, Marilyn Yowell and 'I circulation manager, Lila Camp smile over if their duties. ln preparation for the responsibilities awaiting them next year as members of the Northeastern statt, the beginning journalism class has secured a basic knowledge of journalistic principles and practices. They regularly contributed para- graphs to the columns containing their class work. Studying the essentials of writing, proof reading, page make-up, advertising, and the writing ot head- lines, were the principal assignments of the class, though they edited the Northeastern once each semester. Beginning Journalism Smiling brightly into the camera are the copy editor Ruth By- ers, Donna Yoho, third page editor: Na- omi Long, junior high Back Row: Miss Ruth Cross, Van Tyler, Norma Craig, Jeanne Fetteiman, Gwen Mohler, I-larry Spencer, Leanor Strain Don Dickenson, Shyrli Cramer, Marilyn Grossoehme, Bonne Bentz, Lucia Wills, jackie Brown, Bob Fitch. Sealed: Ruth I-lnn Sandstedt, Donna Benson, Barbara Barager, Marie Flrrigo, Barbara Morey, Betty Green, jerry Ludwig Frances: Hanson, Ioan Bingham, Hvdre McClure. 3 WW 1946 Rocket SHIRLEY MERCER VIOLETTE DONL Editor Qdviser Working together to complete the l946 Rocket are: Betty Green, Business manager, Louise McCill, advertising man- ager, Shirley Mercer, editor: and Cozier Kline, associate editor. Organizing class captions and pictures are: sen- Discussing the lGYOul Ol two Ol the biggest Sec' yor Cla? editors' BGHY Lee Stack' and kmet pcm, tions of the l946 Rocket arei Frances Hanson and Child' Editors of Sophomore, junior, cmd junior Pat Croskary, feature editors, Leanor Strain and high classes are: Marilyn Grossoehme and Shyrli DUNS Schoenlebeff Orgumzallon editors' Cramer. Page 70 Qnnouncing their guota of 500 yearbooks, :he l046 Rocket staff launched their sales :ampaign with an assembly February l. Through individual contacts, solicitation in iome rooms, and student co-operation, the staff surpassed their goal with the sales ,otaling 550. Despite flash bulb, paper, and cover mae 'erial shortages caused by war and not yet attainable even in peace, the merchants and ldvertising staff gave 1001 effort and supe aort in selling advertising amounting to 5500, This is indeed deserving of recognif ion. More than fulfilling their share of the Nork, the staff spent every opportunity and spare minute after school, vacations, and iome roorn periods making plans, taking Jictures, gathering senior histories, and iecessary information in an effort to make his annual a success, Through the co-operation of the faculty, student body, and businessmen, we are iappy to be able to give you the l946 Rocket. It is our sincere hope that you will :herish this book of memories and that it nay hold a treasured place in your collec- ion of annuals. Page 71 Id The sports editors, Gene Owens left, and Truman Phelen, right, talk over the last game with photog rapher Kenny Strawn. Reading copy is quite a rob, Mar- garet Ruden and Ruth Ellen Chris' tensen, copy editors, discover. lim Wrcth, photographer, pauses be' tween pictures. Considering the best way to distribute the 45 Rocket, circulation editors Dawn Garver, Dorothy Maxwell, and one ot the advertising managers, Don Fiske, listen to some suggestions. 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LEI'-'ICOCK GENE OWENS IOHN MCCURDY IHCK REICHENBI-ECK BILL DERRICK BERNQRD GRLLOWRY IERRY PIDQMS DON SPEIR DICK DUZBURY FINEY BRFIDSBY TOM KIDD QL DROZDPI BOB BURHHM DON DICKINSON W:fs5sf1,xs, -If . ' , ., ..,. .... L- , -V . u mnmmmvunxmuamwiwmxummmmm-1nmurmmAuImx we-ww--x-nn W Football queen, Dorris Thomas, is greeted by honorary captains, lohn McCurdy and i'Babe" Gillispie, during the ceremonies at the football banquet Master of Ceremonies Don Speir, intro- duces H. S. Mickle at the football banquet. Kenny Strawn, Ruth Byers, and "Bun" Gal- loway seem quite interested in What's go- ing on. Football Coach "Bun" Galloway, when approached con- cerning the '45 grid squad, stated, "lt was one of the finest teams l've ever worked with." Injuries and lack of experience were largely responsible for the win-and-loss record of 4 and 6, respectively. The Bockets, with only five returning lettermen, initiated the season by absorbing a defeat at the hands of Hastings. However, they bounced back the following week by trouncing Beatrice 14-O. Heavily favored Creighton Prep was given a real battle by the fighting Northeasterners, but finally came out on top. lt was in this game that Kenny Strawn, potential all-stater, suffered the loss of his left eye in what was clearly an accident. ln spite of this, Kenny came back in the last two games and booted field goals. The next game was with Falls City and our Rockets won 740 over a scrappy bunch of Tigers. The highly anticipated Lincoln high game loomed up next with the Links heavy favorites. However, a spirited fighting band of Rockets nearly pulled the upset of the year, missing by only one touchdown. The score was tied for three quarters, but in the final quarter Lincoln surged across the goal line to win l2-6. Plfter losing to Crete, an inspired squad defeated a Midelflast opponent, York, to the tune of 30-2. lt was in this game that lohn McCurdy made the longest run of the state grid campaign by scamper- ing lU5 yards. Hnother conference victory was Northeast's as they trimmed Fairbury 18-6, playing without the services of four regulars at the time. Hgain injuries hurt the Rockets as they lost their final game of the season to Omaha Benson. The splendidly decorated football banquet capped a successful season and the dance after the banquet was a huge success. Kenny Strawn, "Babe" Gillis- pie, and lohn McCurdy were introduced as co- captains of the '45 squad. Ht the dance, the queen, lovely Dorris Thomas, was presented a corsage by W K -Q ,ww Kenny Strawn, "N" club president. mea.. VARSITY SCHEDULE Date Opponent Opp. N. E. Sept. Hastings .. .. 30 13 Sept. Beatrice . U 14 Sept. Creighton Prep. 20 6 Oct. Falls City.. .. U 7 Oct. Lincoln High . .. 12 6 Oct. Crete .. ....... ... 19 7 Oct. York .. ...,. . 2 30 Nov. Fairbury 6 18 Nov. Omaha Benson. 39 6 Lincoln's Hoffman goes over from the five yard lne as Cozier Kline i335 and Iohn McCurdy 1361 come r from the left while Iohn fudy C265 makes a flyinc tackle at Hoffman. From ROW- len to fight? NOTTOU, MGl'lUY01'1, STOTY HOYT. B- Hllen, Fitch, Chriswiser, Foist, Bunyan, D, Hllen, Chism, Bowan. Znd Row: Whitaker, Hokemy, Dudley, Brooks, Sutfin, Emery, Neiderhouse, Grieuer, Spenser, Worley, Dunkel, Cederdahl Hanna, Mlntznieir, Back Row: Coach Rezek, Martin, Sterkel, Kermode, Perry, Young, Beavers, Hartley, Blessing, Byan, Childress, Schappaugh, Liggett, Stoker, Barrett, Sunberg. Reserves Hitting their top form of the season with a 6 to 6 tie against a more experi- enced and undefeated Weeping Water team, the reserves, coached by "Max" Rezek, won three battles, tied two, and lost two, the later being to varsity squads. Opening the season with an impressive 45 to O victory over the York reserves, Bezeks squad went on to battle a deter- mined Beatrice crew to a 6 to 6 deadlock. They met their first defeat at the hands of an Hdams varsity squad, l3 to O, but got back in the win column by soundly drubbing Seward reserves 20 to O. Their last defeat came from the highly-touted Hshland gridders. Hfter the thrilling Weeping Water game the the reservemen journeyed to Crete for I "Max" Bez-ek, L. I. Teply, l'Cy" Yordy, and "Bun ir final game of the season and came Galloway take time out to talk things over. home with a 6 to U victory. SCHEDULE Date Opponent Opp, N, E, Sept. 25 York .,...... ,,,,,,,, , 0 45 Oct. 2 Beatrice .. .,,.,,.. , 6 5 Oct. 15 Seward ,..,....... Y 13 U Oct. I9 Hshland ...,. ..,.,,.... , 20 0 Oct. 30 Weeping Water. . , 6 6 Nov. 5 Crete ..............., . , 0 5 Iohn IVlcCurdy and of Lincoln high game. Page 77 "Babe" Gillispie, Co-captains I ,lf 2, HBQBE.. GILUSPIE CLQRENCE MEWSHHM Q Fo:Wcxrd Folkwcrd GENE O JVEN. GV1UILd DICK DHRLING Guard TOHN MCCURDY Guard KENNY STHQWN GENE NELSON PQUL OBERMEYIIR Mcmcxqer FO1'ffGlf1 Cenier R GQYLE VQLLEH mm mmws pmwmd camel LINDLEY cHH1s'rPNsL:N Guard LYLF CQMERON Centex IJUQNE GHQNTSKI Forward BPH?-IQHD GHLLOWHY , - C'CvGch BOB KNIGHT CFILVIN PIOWQTMQT4 , lfozwmq Iorwuld xig Duane Grantski and "Babe" Gillispie take a re- Fritz Davis scores a basket in the se ond " :und bound of the regional tournament game X ' Falls City, Clarence Newsharn and Gene Owens battle with iwo Benson players while Gayle Voller comes up to assist them Shirley Bennett, l946 Basketball queen, crashes through the big N during the crowning of the queen at the Basketball flllumnae dance. l m. N, wM Q n-.Q-mamwwww as Gene Owens and Clarence New: sto 1 by. Basketball MideEast champs, semi-finalists in state tournaf ment and a successful season record describes the '46 cage season. Coach Galloways boys opened the season with overwhelming victories over Plattsmouth and Nebraska City following with a tight victory, over a highly-touted Omaha North team. Beatrice, a MidfEast opponent, was knocked off by the Bockets-however, Falls City eked out a close decision. The traditional game with Lin- coln followed which was a real battle the entire thirty-two minutes with Lincoln edging Northeast to retain the city title. The next three games meant everything in the Mid-East Conference and the boys came through Dropping York, Crete, and Fairbury in succession "Buns" boys won the MidfEast cone ference title with five wins and no defeats, The regional runnersfup honors went to the Bockets who beat Fairbury and Falls City de- cisively though losing to Lincoln in the finals of the regionals, H highly rated Scottsbluff team was trounced by the power-laden Rockets. The next night the boys fought Omaha Benson on even terms for three quarters only to have Ben- son pull away to win in the fourth quarter, SCITYDJLE Plattsmouth 22 Northeast N47 Nebraska City 48 Northeast 63 Omaha North Northeast Columbus Northeast Fremont ,, , Northeast Norfolk Northeast, Hastings , Northeast, Creighton Prep Northeast Beatrice H , Northeast. Falls City ., Northeast Lincoln High Northeast Omaha Benson Northeast Grand Island Northeast York , Northeast Crete Northeast Fairbury Northeast Fairbury , Northeast Falls City Northeast Lincoln High Northeast Scottsbluff , Northeast Omaha Benson Northeast Coach "Max" Bezek, Bruce Evans, Neil Schappaugh, Fll Farmer, Harry Spencer, Doug Niles, Tom Kidd, Boyd Thompson, lim Chirr' Bob Burham, Larry Emery, Cozier Kline, Duane Hartley, Barney Bradsby, Mark Martin, Dick Flllen, Bob I-lllen, Wi'f fan, Manager. Reserves Winning thirteen games out of a tough sixteen game schedule "Max" Bezek's junior cagers enjoyed a successful season. Open- ing with a victory over Cathedral, the Rocket reserves continued with wins over Green- wood, Duncan and Fremont B before bow- ing to Hildreth. The lunior Rockets snapped back into the victory column defeating Teachers High twice, Murdock, Beatrice B, Baymond, and Boca. The Bezekmen hit the peak of their season against a tough Lincoln reserve squad, losing in a hard-fought 37-34 game. The Black and White reserves were defeated for the first time of the season when they lost to a powerful Benson junior squad. The Northeast reserves topped off the sea- son with three decisive victories, trouncing Weeping W'ater and the B teams of York and Murdock by large margins. Northeast Cathedral Northeast Raymond Z5 Northeast Greenwood Northeast Teach. Hi. 17 Northeast Duncan Northeast Roca 18 Northeast Fremont B Northeast Linc. Cntl. 37 Northeast Hildreth Northeast Benson 31 Northeast Teach. Hi. Northeast Weep'g W. 25 Northeast Murdock Northeast York 36 Northeast Beatrice B Northeast Crete 43 The cheerleaders tor football and basketball seasons were: First Fritz Davis screens for "Babe" Gillis- Row. Ruth Byers, Shirley Bennett, Pat Croskary. Back Bow: Don pie during the Northeast-Omaha North jones, Don Dickenson and Clarence Newsham. game. Page 81 Returning lettermert reporting for track are: Davis, Christensen, Newell, Ftgee, Gordon, Horstrrian, Mc- Curdy, and Phelan. W. M. A wdmw .K . , i y ? ig Q ' V, r 3'5f- t ' 1 - ffij. .. .g a- Wif Q, Q 3 2 'i li ,,.. .1 'i .... . Q.. c 4 W S, ,W A - - Q V, V .., 'frm , Ti wwf: at f- - .... -- " .. ' H iw- fees? -3 , : -5.-,:, -2-5. ff:.1...,.--ere.:fi, W - i K' Mi:,::p.w,sa5m-wgwgggytfiwgg :.:r' 5ePsx .S5f?f5gii 5"9E ' Wi' r iifffiltfwf i'm Q5ma,Zwt'r'ri?iaiz' Y afii V' V' 1 ' K ,V . ti , ,.,, hkfy i. H I , , ib ,, L iw, i A Q, W ' . X K in ir AV K V ti . M., .r,..f..,,4Us at N W I I ,vm Versatile Fritz Davis, Northeast weightman, gives the shot a mighty heave. Lindley Christensen, ardent hurdler, taking the high sticks. Track "Our squad was 'green' this season but chances tor an outstanding team in the fu- ture are very bright," commented track coach "Bun" Galloway. "Over 100 boys, along with seven returning letterrnen, re- ported, and competition was very keen," he concluded. With the Wesleyan track not available for practice, good workouts and conditioning for the eight scheduled meets were difficult, but in spite ot that tact a successful season was enjoyed. Front How: Rowan, Love, Young, Hattan, Flckerman, Morrison, Bradley, Loder, Iohnson, Beaver, Spath, Market. Second Row: Fitch, Forst, Belknap, Emery, Newell, Mahagen, Ryan, Barrett, Morgan, Burham, Thompson, Sunbrook, Strawser. Third Row: Coach Galloway, Norton, Dickenson, R. Qllen, McCurdy, Phelan, Griener, Niles, Mehuron, Hanna, Childress, Rosenquist, Coach Rezek. Fourth Row: Gordon, Sharp, Kidd, Liggett, Hartman, Drozda, Spencer, Evans, Christensen, Davis, Qgee. Filth Row: Suttin, Peery, Sorenson, Obermeyer, Sheppe. wk? ff! Q gg Nw N 5 I is V , v. X, up 5 . H 'wfxpu f- wgf's.Qggmw,:ggf"xwxt -1 ,, If ww., fgwiiiffg 5' " full 4.,.,,fqMh1, fx ,W . ' X 3fEf,M12?p1f X V. 1 Mqifsgyw., N 4,w.3f3'1m ke if xi' ':, , . W. wif' A. J Pin' vw FWS' S--A J A ' p S vw sg L My . P .,w"""' ,Af ' ,,ff"" N , B ,W ', M""XA, , M Q 5. A sw' ' ' . S! A S S , 9 x fi ,, JJ, m"'Rs LZ ?2? 'Q' sf 3, '31 I ,W 3 W: - 1, SN ,wy- :,.., E is I Ln s f Q, fi :. . Q gs w.. X X .Ki A Q Y' " V an , QE? f 4 ,av L ,,, . A.:, .. T955 CM A 7 iw 1 xi X if 'xi 4 i aglmw, ,1 :W qv, gn M A :Navi i 'WH 4-mv .-M1 f-q,.,1- N 2. Sm My 4 , Q--4 Us-A 9-'Zi "'W4W"ffmsww-mQ W ' , ,. ff. .H ,W .- , j,,gf,3? ,vlfigrr ' A EFQPEWH wzwzw Wi Jn an Five Northeast students find Van Sickles a friendly place to shop for their wallpaper and hcrne decora- tions. Iohn Morgan, and Margaret Schmer take c look at the decorated wallpapfes displayed by one ot the clerks. Ray Lucas, Calvin Horstrnan, and Norma Petersen are concerned with collecting other decora- tions. You will be pleased with the service offered you at Van Sickles. Van Sickle Paint G Varnish, l43 So. lOth. To insure ct future education Don Dickinson, Maryann Snell, and Betty Slaughter are wise in matting .egular deposits in the Havelock National Bank. During these emergency years when money has been easy to get these students have been saving their money in this reliable bank. The inset below shows the fron' ot the National Bank. Let this bank serve you as it does other satis- iiecl depositors. Havelock National Bank, 6145 Havelock Qve, E v :- i ima. ft ,gm I R52 One of Northeast Lincoln's newest additions is Bowmaster Iewelry Company. Having grown and prospered rapidly, it is now one of the enterprising jewelers in Lincoln. lust ask Don Iones, Pat Kikus, Dorothy Blough, and Duane Hartman, Northeast shoppers, about the wide selection of billfolds, jewelry, fountain pens, and fine gifts. Former Northeast student lim Bowmaster gladly assists them in their selection. Bowmaster Iewelry Co., 2701 North 48th Street. 'har' eww Ulfllways the best on the billboard" at the Ioyo Theater in Havelock, Pat Croskary seems very pleased about the Ioyo's current feature, while lean Bykerk and Yvonne Tyrrell are ready to serve their movie customers, Barbara Hammond and lean Fetterman. Ioyo Theater, Havelock Hve. Page 86 1 .......... ..r,,, M. Looking over the previous photographs taken by Townsend Studio, Marilyn Yowell and Charlie Draper, Northeast twosome, emphatically agree that Townsend's is the smart place to have their senior pictures taken. Townsend Photograph Studio. 58 years at 226 South llth Street. 'The long and short of spring coats," are modeled by Louise McDill and Shirley Mercer at Millers Modernage Room. On second floor, this room is a favorite spot for juniors, sizes 9 to l5. For your coats, long and short, in pastels or vivid tones, try Millers. Miller 6. Paine, l3 and O Street. Shown in this picture is one of I'anner's green- houses, whore their fine flowers used in their corsages and bouquets are raised. For your corsage for that "heavy date," or floral decorations for any occasion, choose 'I'anner's, the florist in Bethany. D. L. "Dell" Tyrrell, owner and manager, will offer you quick and friendly service. Tanner's Flowers, ll33 North Cotner Blvd. Shown in this picture is a part of the prescription room at Scofield's Pharmacy in Havelock. Filling prescriptions is their specialty as is evident by the well filled shelves. Scofield's also can supply you with gifts, toil- etries, and other pharmaceutical supplies. Scofield Pharmacy, 6l36 Havelock Hve. 'kj Www will Picture-making days are here again! Patronize Eastman Kodak Company. 1221 O Street lt looks like a family portrait, but it is only the friendly staff at Harrington Companies with North- east students, lannie Harrington and Bettie Ball. Harrington's offers you the finest service with your real estate business. Take your real estate prob- lems to Harrington-1's, where you can be assured that they will be taken care of thoroughly. The Harrington Companies, 229 South l3. Page 87 Lavonne Price helps lack Gothord, Florence Leacock, and Ruth Erin Sandstedt find quality foods for their grocery basket at Bethany Market. The shopping center of Bethany, this modern store, will offer you the best in all foods and meats, Bethany Market, l5l9 North Cotner. Shopping in such a modern store is a pleasure, discover lim Gordon and Paul Hartman. Karnes, Inc., located in Havelock, is indeed a modern store. The shelves are full of quality foods ready for their customers use. Their policy, shown on the wall, reads, "More honest values-more sincere service to have you like our store better." Karnes. Inc.. 6335 Havelock Five. Page S8 Hh spring! Donna Yoho and Dorothy Maxwell, Winsome Northeast seniors, are all ready for the gentle season in their Hovland-Swanson spring out- fits. Donna wears a pink cap sleeve spring frock, while Dorothy models a three piece grey pinstripe suit with a stylish new hat and bag. Both outfits are from Hovland's third floor teen shop, Hovland-Swanson Co.. l24O O Street, "Thinking of buying a ring, Dick?" Dick lnbody and Virginia Garlow are shown looking over the wide selection of rings at Boyd Iewelry Company. They'll have no trouble finding just what they want because Boyd's has the finest in all jewelry, from rings and watches to lockets and bracelets. Boyd Iewelry Company. ll44 O Street. Lila Mae Camp, Dan Iohns, and Margaret Stone find it hard to decide which fountain pens to buy when they are confronted with the large stock at Latschs. To businessmen as well as high school students Latschs is synonymous with school and office supplies. Latsch Brothers. ll24 O Street. This is something new for Clarence Newsham, Kenny Hofmann, and Mark Martin, since they are usually behind the counter at Eggers Market rather than being customers. But nevertheless, they know the quality of the groceries and meats at modern Eggers Market. Make Eggers your food center. Eggers Market, 2638 North 48th Street. t e . 4, ww lk "lust looking around," say lean I-Tlxe, Bob Fitch, Bob Mathers, and Bethel Came, Northeast shoppers at Thomas Hardware in University Place. But you can be sure that they will find just what they want, whether it be a can of paint or a set of dishes. Two clerks look on, ready to wait on the students. Thomas Hardware. 2739 North 48th Street. Noted for its sparkling cleanliness and efficient service, Eggers Market is popular with University Place housewives. The newly installed donut machine, making delicious, mouth-watering con- fections, is a new attraction in the store. Page 89 Kenny Carlson and Down Garver are taking no chances with a threatened coal shortage and are ordering their coal early from Cobe Venue: Coal G Feed Company. For your fuel needs, call 5-2888 and you will be assured of prompt and courteous service. Venner's also give S. CS H. green trading stamps with every purchase. Venner Coal G Feed Co., 4444 North 62nd Now that the war is over and you can buy plenty of meat, be Wise in your choice and shop at Holmes Grocery and Market. There you will find the best in cuts of meat and dairy products Holmes Grocery and Market, 2600 No. 48 Street. Page 90 Valentines Day is past but every day is a day for gitts, say Darrell Leacock and Charlotte Rhoades, as they lock at the gift selections at Gcrrdner's. loclcets and expansion bracelets are the ideal znivcctltcart gifts, and Gczrdner's is the ideal place to buy them. Fred Gardner 6. Sons, 1220 O Street. Ml just love cheese," says lllrlene Delfrates to Marilyn Logon, two Northeast shoppers at Holmes Grocery and Market in University Place. Plnd their Well stocked cheese counter ought to really appeal to her, because Holmes can give her the the loest in her favorite food. Ptlso Holmes will give you the best quality in other foods, vegetables, and meats. Try Holmes! Holmes Grocery and Market, 2600 No. 48 Street. if This is one of the rooms at Hotel Lindell. lt, like all the other rooms, is fashioned and furnished for the comfort of its many customers. Hotel Lindell not only has many luxurious rooms, but also a coffee shop where you will be served with friendly attention. Hotel Lindell, 233 South 13th Street. lil couple of future farmers, Glen Beavers and Glen Sorensen, look over a box of Roscoe Hill chicks. These boys, with their agricultural training, know good chicks when they see them. Hill Hatchery also offers them a complete line of poultry equipment and information. Benefit by Hill Hatchery Service! Hill Hatchery, 910 R Street. . ,gm . - W Gamble's Hardware Store in Havelock has a large stock of everything for the family. Ioann Hannon, Butch Hartley, and Bob Flllen, are admir- ing some new post war bicycles. Gamble Stores, 6118 Havelock Hve. 4 if we mga Now that lumber and paint are once more avail- able, the Yost Lumber Company can discuss house plans, confident of being able to fill orders. Qi Farmer and Shirley Wilson are looking at several of the many plans now displayed at the lumber yard. Yost Lumber Co.. 6200 Platte. Page 91 ln this building, Roberts Dairy products are made ready for your use, from the store or at your door. Here Roberts milk, made for every requirement, is pasteurized and packed in either the milk bottle or the modern paper containers. Hlso, this is the home of Roberts butter, and their other dairy products, Roberts Dairy. 220 South 20th Street. For her senior pictures, Margaret Ruden chooses Skoglund Studio. Find a Wise choice, Margaret! For Skoglund's will give you prompt, courteous service on all pictures. For your photographs see Skoglund's for the best. Skoglund Studio. l2l4 O Street. Page 92 Warren Newell and Maryanna Flrmstrong are being told some of the benefits of fire, liability, and theft insurance, by Mr. Farmer of the Standard Reliance Insurance Company. During this early post-war period when accidents occur so frequently we should all give some thought to the necessity of automobile insurance. Standard Reliance Insurance Co., South l3th St, 'lDevastating" or "Follow me", Ethel Came se- lects her favorite perfume from the cosmetic counter at Checxpper Drug, While Iohn Lux and Hl VVilder tag along. Cheapper's carry many lines of toys, drugs, and school supplies. They also have an excellent snap- shot developing department. Cheapper Drug 1325 O Street. Qll the prices are clearly marked and LaVerne Chittim, Gene Meyer, and Plnn Walther are pleased with the groceries at Helin and Company in Have- lock. Filling their shopping bag at Helin's is easy because Helin's has their shelves well stocked with quality products. Helin and Company, 6232 Havelock Hve. Lincoln Farm 6. Home News Southeast Nebraska's Farm Publication Thrifty Shoppers News Northeast Lincoln's Newspaper Commercial Printing 6036 Havelock Flve. Phone 6-2361 H. W. Ballenger Dean W. Ballenger anim Leaving Peerless Cleaners with their dry clean- ing, Betty Sabin and Ioan Bingham smile their approval of the fine service received, while George Lemon, manager, offers the courteous "Come again, girls"l If you want high quality dry cleaning service at an economical price, try Peerless Cleaners. Main Office, 322 South llth Street. Branch Office, 2731 North 46th Street, You don't find the staff at Citizens State Bank posing for the camera very often. Usually they are hard at work to serve their depositors to the last degree, They are, left to right: Cecil Gates, George Knight, Percy Mays, Robert Palmer, former North- easterner Darrell Willet, Nola lean Newsham, and Doris Boyer. Citizens State Bank. 2650 North 48th Street. Page 93 Northeastern stait members Naomi Long and Don Fiske work with Van Tyler and Wendell Stevenson on a routine job at the University Place News. Besides publishing the school paper, the Uni Place News also prints their own paper and other printing jobs. For your stationery, announcements, and per- sonal carols see Mr. Stevenson at Uni Place News. University Place News. 2719 North 48th Street. While Mary Lou Peterson, Northeast grad, rings up another superb cleaning job tor Butler's Clean- ers. Bonne Bentz and Beverly Ball look very pleased about the Whole thing. Hrlene Peterson and Pat Morrissey are ready to wait on other customers. See Butler's, lor your dry cleaning and pressing jobs. Butler Cleaners and Dyers, 4725 St. Paul. yft- of W mil, 1-u I--. 'Hold that smile, Barb" while Mr. Hnderson slips in the film and sets up the lights for Barbara Besse's senior photographs. Barbara knows that Hndersorfs Studio will offer her the best service on her pictures. For your photographs, go to Hnderson's. Hnderson Studio, l034 O Street. The drug store quartet, made up ot Shyrle Cramer, Frances Hanson, Leanore Strain, and Shirley Worley, are shown in their familiar posi- tions at Mayo Drug Store. lanet Fairchild and Bill Derrick are enjoying their cokes at the counter. For fountain service, prescriptions, toiletries, and magazines make your choice at Mayo's, "the drug store on the corner". Mayo Drug Co., 2700 North 48th Street. lane Goth, Doris Schoenleber, and Cozier Kline are admiring the new motor car recently purchased by Green Plumbing and Furnace Company. Be- sides serving northeast Lincolrfs plumbing needs, Green's are specialists in repairing your furnace. lt a new furnace is required, Green's will gladly help you. Green Furnace and Plumbing Co.. 2747 North 48th Street. Believe it or not, that delicious Fairmonfs ice cream you enjoy so often is made in this machine at Fairmont Creamery in University Place. Fair- rnont's ice cream, 'lalways the peak ot quality", can be bought at your Fairmont dealer's, or at the Fairmont Creamery Co. Fairmont Creamery. 2823 North 48th Street. Page 94 nu. ,,, "Vic" Hnderson, owner of Hnderson Hardware and Plumbing Co. in Havelock, shows Iessarnine Draper the spacious oven ot one of his stoves, while Torn Kidd, Boyd Thompson, and Gayle Voller browse around the store looking at the other household appliances at Hnderson's. Whether you are thinking of buying a stove or are merely in need ot or nail, make your hardware center Hnderson's. Hnderson Hardware and Plumbing Co., 6132 Havelock Five. National Finance Loans and Insurance 4802 Baldwin North Cotner Food Mart Quality Foods 6-2457 2201 North Cotner 6,1660 C. L. Trombla and Son Crook Clinic Dr. Clarence Dr. Glen Real Estate and Insurance DT- ROY Physicians and Surgeons 2714 North 48 6-2975 4825 st. Pwr 6-2397 1 Dr. L. H. Webster Dr. P. L. Evans Dentist Dentist 5045 Havelock 6125 Havelock 6-2125 Hart Variety Store Dr. E. S. Mathers "The store with the red front" Dentist 2713 North 48 6-2249 2726 North 48 6-2248 Page 95 'NYT .A mu rr- fig, 1 nr" f+fjm':Q'g y ug.. .-Nj,-V 6, ' 'i-RJ H. L , -Q, - R. 1'-lckerman, Hnita ......... I-lckerman, Edward ........A. Flckersen, Polly .....,.... ---- Adams, lerry ............----Y-------- Qgee, Phil ............,... 10, 17, 36 H gen, Flrdath Hnn ....,............. Hamm, Richard ....------.---,- Qlix, Viola ................--,----------V Ellen, Billie ........,..........A........ .A.A Hllen, Bob ................ 28, 35 49 1'-lllen, Dick ..................----- Hllen, Shirley ....................... -.-.... Hmend, Donnabelle .... 10 15 Qmos, Suzanne .......--..----- - Qnderson, Iohn ...... --.----A--.,-,-- Hnderson, Loren ....,,..... Rnderson, Roscoe ...........,. Hnderson, Winona ....--...Y----- Flndrewjewski, David ..... 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Beavers Glen ............, Beavers Shirley ...... Becker Becker Becker Beverly ,...... , Katherine ...... Ronald .....r... Belknap Bernard ....... . Bender . , Bennett - ' 15 Kenneth ................... -.---...--- Shirley ........,..... . ,... .... 39 41, 43, 48, 51 60 Benson Donna ..,........ . .,....... . Bentz . Berg, Berry 1 Berry . Berry Bessie, Biggs, Bonne ................ 23, Elaine ..................i.--..-.-.----- Bernard , ......................... Christine ....,,................. Richard ...............,.. .t 0 40 Barbara .,., 1 , 18, Bill ...,... ,, Bigsby, Sarah ............ ---.-- - -- . QA Buettgenbach, Evelyn ..................................,. 24 Buettgenbach, Shirley . ............................... 23 Burdick, Lois ...,,,...,..,,.................. 10, 12, 43 Burharn, Robert .....,,... . ........ 30, 66, 75, 81, 82 Burnham, Frank ...... ................................... 2 9 Burnworth, Inez ......................... 5, 28 Burton, Barbara ...,.. .........-.. 1 0 Burton, Karolyn ......,..... .........................,..,...,. 4 2 Butler, Duane ....................r.....,................. 10, 53 Butler, Ronald ..................,............... ...... .....,.... 3 2 Byers, Ruth .,.. 10, 40, 48, 60, 67, 69, 76, 81 Bykerk, Ieanne , ..............,............ ll, 45, 48, 86 Byrne, lack ...........,.,.,..........,,......,......,...... 25, 60 C. Call, Barbara Hnn ..... r...... ........................ 6 2 Cameron, L le ,.......,... ......... 1 l, 17, 49, 79 Cameron, Itlorma ..,,, ...,............ ...... 2 4 .54 Camp, Lila Mae .,,...., ......... 1 1, 51, 69, 89 Carlson, Kenneth ,... ..............,..... l 1, 41, 90 Came, Bethel ,....... ., ..........,,., ll, 41, 51, 89 Carrie, Ethel ....... ......... l 1, 36, 41, 51, 92 Carter, Iocyx ....... .................,.... 6 , 22, 25 Carter, Rui ...,,, ,.,....., .................,.,.. 2 3 Cary, Iimmg ......... ........ 3 3, 63 Cederdahl, ick ...,.,.,., ...,............ 5 9 Cederdahl, Gene ......... .--,-.., 2 3, 77 Cederdahl, Iohn ........,,, ...-.,--,--- 1 1 Chapin, Mrs. Dolores ..... ............,..,-. 6 Cheuvront, Carol Rae ........ ........ 3 0, 32 Cheuvront, Merry Carol .... . ...............,... 48 Childress, Dale ................ ..... .....,.............,... 5 5 Childress, Edwin .............,,............. 25, 77, 82 Chippertield, Edward ...................,.....-...-- , -.-- 5 5 Chism, lim ....,,........,..................,.......,...... 71,81 Chitiim LaVerne ......,, 11, 39, 40, 51, 60, 93 Christensen, lim ....,.................. ............,....... 3 2 Christensen, loyce ,.......... .........,...,................. 5 0 Christensen, Lindley 12, 21, 41, 43, 48, 49, 6 , 65, 66, 74, 79, 60, Christensen, Ruth Ellen .... 12, 49, 50, , Christensen, Martha .............,........,...... Chriswisser, Robert ..... ...........,........ Clark, Laola .........,.,...... Clark, M rtle ......,.... ....,,... Clifford, gary ,.,,....,. Cody, Marjorie ,..,, Coleman, W. S. Condon, Lowell ,,...... Connelly, Ioflnne .....,. Converse, Dorothy .,.... 1QQfQ1Q'iQ"4'56 Cooper, Ianei . ........... .- Cotton, William .,... , Craig, Benevieve .... ......, ...................,,----...-.. Craig, Bonetta ............................,.............-..,---- Craig, Donna Lee ...........i. . ..i...................---- Craig, Norma .,23, 38, 39, 40, 43, 48 50 Craig, Wilma ...........................,... ......... Cramer, Shyrle .... 24, 39, 41, 50, Croskary, Pat ....,,...,,,...........,,.,.............,........... 12, 15, 37, 38, 43, 51, 67 70 81 Cross, Ruth ............i......,................... Crounse, Pat . ............,.............. .......,. Czapanskiy, Lee ......... .... D. Dappen, Bobbie ........., Dappen, Ioseph ,..... Draper, Iessamine ....,.,. Dreeszen, Norman . .... Ju: Drozda, F11 ..,....... . ...... ......... 4 5, 66 Dudley, Melvin ...,. ..........,...... Dudley, Phyllis ....,,. . ...... , ,....,. Dunkle, Leo ........,,........... ..................... Duxbury, Richard ....,....,....... 30 52 Eagleton, Hope .,,,....,,,.. .,........... Eichelbergcr, Rita ....... Eisenbarth, Paul ...... Eitel, Rose Zella .,.... Elam, Mrs. Cecilia ....,,,. Elam, W. O ....,........., .................... Eldred, Marie ........ ................,...,... Elfeldt, Twyla ,..... ,.,......,,........, ......., Emery, Larry ....... ......... 4 4, 55 77 Erickson, Hazel Esry, Patricia ...., .. Evans, Bruce ......................,.....,.,,.... 52 Evans, Ierry .....,.......... 12 13, 36 43 Everett, Lawrence .........,..................,....., Everett, Richard ...... ........,,.........,,.... Everett, Duane ...... Everson, Carol ......... Everson, Ioyce ...... Everson, Lyle ,.... ....... Everson, Mildred ...........,.. F. Fairchild, Ianet 13, 20, 36, 38, 39,6515 48 Fairchild, Jerry ................,.,,....., Farmer, H1 ........... ........, 26, 51 Farmer, Barbara ..,...... .............,,........, 28 Farrell, Patricia ..,. Faulhaber, Glen .,,,.... Feis, Darlene .....,.... Feis, Geraldine ......., . ........................... .. Ferguson, Evonne , .,...,........... .. Fetterrnan, Ieanne .................,,... 41 48 26, 39, Ficke, lacqueline ,.......,.. Fifer, Shirley ....... ...... Firebaugh, Gladys ..... S6 Fischer, Marjorie ...... . ........... . Fiske, Donald ,......... ................. Fitch, Bob ..,,....... ......... 36, Flood, Hrdyce ...... .,....,...... Forbes, Kathleen ..... Forbes, Ruby ,....,.... Forbes, Vernon Forbes, Vernon Ir. .... . Fcrst, Earl , .......,,, .. Forst, Millie ,,............ Fountain, Camille .,.... Fox, Beatrice ,.,, ....,. 77 .,6 33 Frederick, Bonnie .............,.... 39 M55 Frost, Donna .............. .......,........ Fuller, Helen ............ ...,,........ Furman, Barbara 28, 40, lili Furman, Bob .,,,.......................... Furry, Ruth ................................ G. Galloway, Bernard ......,.,..,.... ,. 74 B, 36, 41, 43, 66 Gans, Darlene ., .................... i'S""S6 is Gans , Richard ...,......,...........,.,. Gans, Fed ....,,,....... 55" 216' , Bimson, O. H- -------,------ ---- - Bingham, Ioan - ..-----1------------ 23 Bitner, Mrs. Finita .. .......--... -- Blackburn, Barbara .... Blank, Darrell .......... .... 1 Bare, Iames . ,i , , 1 , I s 5 r f ' 4' ' . ' 1 1 I ' , 1 I l r Bauer, Hilda .......-...- ' , , , , a r ' , l 1 . i l 1 , . 1 1 IQ , I , . :I 11, , , . , , , , glessing, Ilanis .....,-.-----1..-. essing, im ........ ....,.... ..,. Blough, Dorothy .....,.. Blunn, Hlthea ..,.. ...-..- , -,,-1--,,.,---- Bosley, Larry ...r----.-- ----- Beuwens, Doris ..,.... . ....... . Bouwens, Robert ...... Bovee, Ioan ............ Bowrnaster, Bill Bradley. Iack . ..........-- .-.-. Bradsby, Plrlene ,............. ..-,- Bradsby, Bernard ........--., 44 Brauckmuller, Irene .........------ Brauckrnuller, Norma ........... Darling, Dick ............ ......... 2 6 74 Davidson, Merwyn ..... ............ Davis, Bob ..............,.,......,.,...,,...,...,................. Davis, Fritz ,.............................. .................... . .. 22, 25, 52, 53, 66, 74, 79, 80, 61, 82 Deal, Ervin .......,...........-.---------- ---,------------------4-- 5 5 Deal, Marvin ........... . ................-.----------1--- 44, 63 DeBoer, Darlene ...... ----------,- 5 2 DeBoer, Ervin ......... -------- 1 3, 55 DeBoer, Marlin ..... -------- 1 2,55 DeBoer, Nina .... ,------- ----33 DeFrates, Hrlene ..... ........ 1 2, 90 Delaney, Howard ...... --,,--.,---- 5 9 DeLong, Ruth ........ ,,-------- 0 Del , Ervin ...........................i............ ..--,...--.-,--- 5 9 Delilyoech, Charles .............,-..-,.----------.r ,--.-,.- 3 9 Derick, Bill .... 12, 41, 48, 49, 56, 66, 75, 94 Dick, Qnjula ..,....,.............. ,,....,........... 4 4, 51, 60 Dickinson, Don .............,,,.................. 22, 25, 39, 43, 48, 66, 75, Sl, 82, Dittrnan, Veriel ........................-..--- --------r-.-,--A,, Doll, Edward ............................ ...... 1...... 3 2 , Gardner, Donna ....... ........i , Garlow, Virginia ..... ............. 4 2, 49, 50, Garner, Elizabeth ...,........ 13, 41, 53, 71, Garrett, Barbara .... .................... 3 2, 40, 27 38 Gets, Barbara ........ ....... . . , , , 88 90 58 60 Geis, loanne ..... .........-.-,,- ---11 , 5 3 Gerner LeRoy ........ .--------r-------,.-,-- 5 9 Gertsch, Marion , ..... ........ 5 5 Giebenrath Lois ..... --..---.---- 1 3 Gilham, Ernie ..... ......,...............--..-.-.... .7, 39 Gillispie, Walter ........,, .......... ........ ................. 13, 36, 43, 74, 76, 77, 78, 30, Bl Glantz, Barbara ...................................... 24,42 Glass, Edwin ............,.........1.........................-... 33 Gloe. Bob .,............... ........ 2 6, 55 Godfrey, Barbara ....... ..........-. 5 3 Goin, . onald .........,......... ....i...................i. 3 3, 55 Gordon, Iames .......... ..........,......................... 13, 40, 43, 48, 52, 53, 55, 52, Brehm, Slit? Rodger .,...........,. , lack ........,...,.... Donald ........,,. 5 Brooksi Robert .........r--,- , Brown l Buck, 2' l i 1 1 rr, Page Brown, ,, Brown, Iacqueline . ..... . Nancy ....,.......... William ......... Browne Bryson, Olive ..,...... ..... ...... Kenneth ............. 96 Doll, Iames ................ ...............-........,,- 12 39 54 Donaldson, Iollnn . ..... .. Donlan, Violette ....... Doran, Mary Lou ...... 11, Dr. s. M, Dormer, Dorsey, Henry .... .. ...... .- Barbara ..,... Dorsey, Glen .............. .--.-....-...-,,-..------------ Downs, Sanford ..... .................... l 2 52 Draper Charles .......,.,..,... 12, 15, 36 Draper: .a"" Gene ..,.....,.,. , ..... ...... . ............ . .. ,fe-, , ...MW Gorker, Grace , ............................................... Goth, lane .................................. Gothard, lack ..... Grabill ,h Kathy .......................... Grantski, Duane ....................,,., 38 41 14, 20, Green, Betty ................ 14 42 Greer, Iunie. .... .. ....................... . Greer, Patricia . ...... ......... Greiner, Howard .....,. 901 ,.,... 65 44 "'i7m'65 711' 50 was 'i ,Y V V , . r,,,mu11.MUl" ' ""5"'-l"" " In fuiau. 1 - Vg. ......,...w-1 1 ,....., , Griggs, Norma ,,,v,v-,Y-v.v. N ,.,,A4.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Knickerbocker, Neola ..,..,.. ..,.,............,,........ 1 5 Meyers, Merle lean ...A .. ..............,. --.02 i-ifliqlris, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,AA,,,,,,,,,, 7, 50 Knight, Bob ,.,.......,....,...... 25, 36, 39, 43, 79 Meyers, Melvin . ............. .-...---- 1 5. 50 , rossoehme, H Marilyn 23,1 , 41, 51, 56 150111, led!! ...Y ---,---- ------- --4------,---444-4-------"-----'-- 2 5 M Ugee. E-11'1'19f ------- ------------ - -V--4 qyossoely-me, William ,,,,,,1L ,,,,,,,,A 6, 26, 52 Kohler, Elireda .... .................,...... 1 5, 44 Meyers, Rosemarie ..,.. .................... 5 1 Gunn, Iefyce ,,,,,,,,,,,,, l,,Q,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,.,, Koontz, Beverly ,.,.. ......................., 5 8 Mickle, R. S. ,......,... ......, 5 , 39 76 Gusiqfson, Marilyn ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 23, 39, S0 Koontz, Elaine ,..,.. .......... 1 5, 58, 60 Miller, Hrlene ........ ............. 3 7 Korqndq, Ella ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......,,............ 1 5 Miller, Marilyn ,...,,,,,... ....,....,,......, 5 8 H Koi-if, Kathryn ,,.,,,.... .... ......,......,.,. l 5 ,40 Minizmyer, Harold ....... ...,,,.,,..,,.,..,,,... . ..77 , ' Krause, Mrs. Helen ,.... .... .... . ...... 7 , 50, 51 Mohler. Gwen .......... ......... 2 2, 26 50 Haas. Ralhe .. -A-----,- .,--.-4'----.--.44---4-------------- 3 0 Krieger, William .,...,..., ........., 1 2, 15, 42, 53 Mahler, Ierry . .,..,,, .............,.. . 63 11011. Hfme lane ----------"------'-----'-"------ 4------- ---- K 1- liner, Marlyn ,,,,,, ,..,. ..................... 3 2 , 62 Mohler, Iolllnn ........ .,........,.. 6 3 114111. 10511111 -----'----'--'------AA------------------ A---A- 3 U Kroon, Ronald ..,,,,..,.,.... ........................ 3 9 Mohler, Iudy ..... .,.A.......,............ 4 5 Hammond. Barbara ---- 14. 43. 51. 57. 59 Kyker, Franklin ,,,,.,.,,,,,,, ...,....... 5 Mohlman, Lois . .... .........,......... . ..61 HGHDG. lack v--'---"--------,,----'- -4------------- 3 0. 77 Mania, Marilyn ...... ..................,............ l 7 Harman. Glles ------------A-----,--- ---A------------------ 3 3 L, Moore, Mary ................. ......... 1 7, 38 44 54 HUHHGH. 10011 ------------ 75. 35. 38. 44. 50 Lamborn, l... H. , ,,.,...,... ,,.....,.,,,, 3 9 Moore, Mrs. Mary ..... . ..... .....r...,..... . . 39 Hansen. Dale, --A----------"-'-""-A--'-------4-4-------4---'- Lamphear, Leta .,......,. ...,,.....,,..... 6 1 Moore, Mary Ieanette 1 ...........,........... 33 63 HGHSSH. Pflfflcla -'----"----------------------e---------- 1 ---- Lampshire, Virginia ....., .........,,,..... 1 5,54 Morcvec, Mrs. Frances ............................... .6 Hanson. Frances ----,f-----,'-,---------4A-,------,-----'-,---'- Lane, Marilyn .,...,,,......., .,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,.. 3 3, 62 Morey, Barbara ........,,...,.........,.................. 24 61 22. 24. 36. 37. 39. 51. 67. 70 94 Larkin, Terry Morgan, Iohn ........,...l2, 17, 40, 53, BZ 85 Harbauqh. Ioan ----.-----,-----',,----'---------'----A. 24 Laughlki, Barbara ,,..........,,.,.,., 44, 51, eo, 67 Morgaridge, Marvin ,,.... . .... ,....,............. . ........ . 56 HGFRGY. Iohn 3 -.--4---V-------------------V---v--------------A--- Leacock, Darrell ....,,,,..,.,,.,.,,,.,,........,.............. Morrison, Donald ,, ............................... 82 Harrington. Dwk, -..-4,------4---------A----------,---- 44 ,... 12, 15, as, aa, 40, 43, 60, sl, ss, 74, 90 Morrison, Gerald ................. ............. 6 3 HUYFIHQTOH. Iahme -----------------------------------'---- Leacock, Florence ....38, 51, 56, 57, 60, 88 Morrissey, Mr. George ....... ............ 3 9 28. 43. 45. 48. 51. 67 87 Leacock, Frances 59, as Morrissey, Richard Harrgsan. Ban ----..-,---.,-,--.-.---------------- 32. 56 Ledbetter, Faye ..........,,,,,,,,.,,,..,.,,..,...,.,..,.... 62 Mulily, obert ........ .......... ,......... . . .17 39 HGYYQSOH. Homer -e------- 1 ----------------Ae--ee---------A Lee. Robert ......... ...,,.....,,.,,,, 5 5 Munson, Hnne ....... .... . ..6 51 Harrlsan. lane --------.-r--.----.-.-.-----------4----.------------ Lefler, M, C. ,.... ..,......,,.,.,.,.,.,, 4 Murphy, Iames ......... ..,...... ....... 2 5 Hart. Merwyn ........1..1..-1..------..........----.-e--..--.-- Legler, Bettie .,.. ,,,,,,,,. l 5, 40, 00 Murphy, Maryarei . .,..... ..,.,,...... 1 6 Hdffley. Dllrme ----r-------------.-. v----,e-----,----.--------- L ehr, Leon ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3, 58 Myers, Mara ynn ......... ..... .,.. l 6 22. 35. 33. 44. 50. 77. 31 Lemon, George 93 1'1Uf1mU!!. 171113611 -------e--e-------r---------r------------'---- Lesoing, Iunior ................. .. .......,......... 55 N, riariman. DWG1116 -----e--r-r------------------------- 14 Lessten, Mrs. Margorie ....... ...........,..... 5 , 7 .H 9 Hartman, Paul ...... ,......... 2 7, 64, 82 Leybold, Grace ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,,,,-,,,,Y- 1 5, 41 Ne15C1'41 B1 -------------------' -f----------4------'--'-4-- 5 Hastings. Dick --..-.-- ---------.--------..----.--- L iggeii, lim ......,................ ,......,.. 2 4, 77, az 56150111 Dean --------------A-- --A-'-'r-"----'------- 1 5 23 Hathaway. Behr ---- ....-......-.-... 3 2 Lind, alice ...... ......... .,.,.....,....,,,.,, , , 029 Nelson Eugene 44-e--- -'-------- 2 51 55 59 Hanan. arbara .... .. .......... 54 Lindainood, Lyle ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7 65071 'if,'e,f'. ---------------------------------'------4--A- - 2 Hanan. Gayle ....---- .......... 5 2 Lindaaiei, Charlene ,,,, ,...,.......,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 5, 42 ,Qeumfmf W.fiVm '-'---'-----'-----'---------------- Headen. Janice .... ......... 3 3 Lindquist, lanlene ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 1 5, 44, 54, 50 Neumgflw 1 U ---------4--- 5 5-1-X5--Zi---gi-rr 92 Helm. Shlrlay, --.-.r-----. . --...---. 93 Lindekcg, Ed ............ .,,,.. ,...,... ,...,.... ,,,, 4 5 N e Weh1 cgfn ------------ 1 1 1 Hegeer. PCUTICIU --------.... ......... Z 8 Lisle, Imogene ......,. ,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15, 41 ews M11 UFEUCZO -Q5--155---55'--55"-gf---89 Helser. Wllma -.-..-..-----.---.. .- ------ 14 Livingston, Nadine .....,,...,....... 27, 37, 40, 50 N.-1-,Hi ---'--- 5-'B 1 1 1 1 1 6 56 Heller, Mrs. Hollyce ........ ............. L oder, lim ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,-.,,,,,,..,,--, ,,,,--,,,,--,--,----,,.,,, 3 2 lc 9 S1 0 ------------------------------------------ 2 11119. Dean 1------------ee----- ---.. L ogan, Marilyn ........,,.............,.,,.......,.,.,,,....... glclgfuyl Mad? H """""' """"""" """"""' ' ' Hill. Ray .....-..------ . ..-- ...- -----1----1-- .... ........... 1 5 , 3 s, 40, 43, 49, 51, ss, 57, 93 r,le,j,Q, Glfjehno n -------' 1-------- 5 8 Hill, MIS. Roscoe ------ --1-----1-------- L ong, Hrlene ..,..,.,,,..,......,...............,........ 33, 62 hier: Ein 'J """""' """' ' 'Egan Hilliard, Bermece .... .......... 2 7 Long, Lois ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27, 38, 50 Nigh' Mrsy """"' """""" ' 39 Hinkley. Lloyd ------ ----..------- L ong, Naoi-ni .,,....,........ 16, 38, 51, 60, 69, 94 Nils' Doi, ,qs A """ """"' Q 5"'5j"'82 Hires. Ruth . ............-...-..--.-- --------...-- L eng, Shirley ..... ...........................,........ 3 7, 42 Nongwd gBe,, ---------"--------1----------'- 28 Hoage. Beverly .....-------.------.-- --.-----.----r-.4 L eve, Hda ..........,.. ....................... L 44, 60, 61 Norton fibben Y """""' " """"""'i"""" :fjmgz 110099. W'-'IYYIG ----------------- .----- Love, Kenneth ...,... ......,........... - ................ 8 2 NUI, Geo, e """""""""""""""""' 33 Hodder, Mrs. Velma. .... .... ............. L 0 we, lane ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,.-,,,,-,,--.,,-,-,..,---,, 5 2 -1 9 "-"--'---1-""""'--"-'---'-'-'-'""""-" ' 1'101MGfm. Kef11'1?111 ---r- ---------- 2 3 Lucas, Ray ........................ 16, 44, 60, 61, 85 O H0fMCU1U. P1'1Y1115 ---- --r-r---- 3 2 Lucke, Rosemary ..... ............... 2 8, 44, 50, 60 ' Holden, Blanche ,..... ...... ....................... 3 3 Ludlum, 1, G, .....-,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,.,-, 4 Obermeyer, Paul ........... ..l7, 38, 74 82 Holden, Ierry ,.,.... ...................................... . ........ L nndy, Belly ,,,,--.,.,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,yyyy,,,,,,,,---,,,----,. 32 Olson, rankie ......... .............................. 6 l Horrell, Donald ....,........................................... 59 Luth Leonard , ,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,',,,, 5 9 Olson, Margaret ...... ......... . .17 54 Horstman, Clavin 14, 18, 43, 66, 68, 79 85 Luth, Vey-ncn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,-,,,,,,, 55 Olson, Marie ,.,..,,,... ..,......... . ..30 Horstmfm, Ieanetie .............1.......................... Lux, Ighn ,,,,,,,,,,,, 11, 15, 49, 52, 53, 50, 92 Otnes, Robert .......,.....,.................................. 32 Howard, Glen ................................................ Lux, Kenngth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5 Owen, Bobby ...............,..................... 33 63 Hufman, Marian ....... ................. O wens, Gene ...................................... ....... guliberg, Hoyi ............ ........ MC, O.. l7,I1B, 36, 40, 50, 61, 66, 71, 78 gg umann, Iuius ..... ........ , wens, anet .......,..,....................,...... Hum. Ed 1--1----- .---11--- 30 141261332195358413'"'JJJJJJQQiiiiitfqffffl33.495,59 Ozenbsugh. 111411111111 ----------1-1.1-11-1------ 63 Hyland, Donna ........ ......... 2 8 Mccurdy Ichn .. 16, 20, 36, 37, 48, 66, 74, 76, 77, 78, 82 P' 1, McDi1l, Louise 11, 16, 39, 40, 45, 48, 50, Paddock, Marilyn .......... . .,................ 33 Imig, Darlene ...........,.. ,, ........ 25, 44, 50 ...... ........................... ...... S 4 , 65. 67, 68, 70, 86 Pappas. Magda ene -... .----.-- . -K-44 56 Imig, Eileen ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,.,, M c Eniarfier, Patsy ...............................,........ 63 Pafmenfef. layd re-- ---- - --- --.----- 1---------58 Inbody, Dick ............ .....,.... 1 4, 53, 56 McGrath, Thomas ............................................ 63 PGTTON. 1-901141 - .1-----. ------------------- 3 2 Inbody, Gerald ...... ...,. ................ 3 2 McGraw, Miriam ...... 4 .v...........---............-.- 5 PUU011. RU1JY 1e---.'---- ---------- 5 1 lnbocly, Ican ,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. 23 Mclntosh, Marvin ...,...................................... 50 PGTYSTSOU. Dolores ---1- --------- 0 3 Mclmosh, Oml ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 25 Paiterson, Marylllnn ...... , ...63 I McKinney, Iacleen ........ 29, 38, 49, 51, 61 PGTTGTSOH. P111 115 -------1- e---- - - ------------ 24 ' McKinney Ianet ................... ...... ........ . 4 0.55 PCIUETSOH. 5h1f1eY -------1--------1-- - -------------- -29 lanke, lean ..........-...- 23. 37. 49. 50. 51 McKinney Marky, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 7, 39, 41, 51 Peery, Wallace Raymond ...... ......... 7 7 82 leifery, Ellis M. ............-.-..-..------------ 5. 52 Ivfclvlqhgn, Bob ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 9 Peet, Opal ................................ ......... 1 7 54 Isnkins, Les ............----.-..-.------..---------.----.-------- - McMahon Helen ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 9 Peirce, Charles .................... . ......... 33 63 Ienkmson, Barbara .... .........-..----.-....-- M CMu11en William ,,,,-,,- ,,,,,,,,, 3 3 Peirce, Marilyn ................,. ,........... 3 3 Iohns, Dan ............... ------..-. 4 1. 55 , Pelan, loe ,,,........ .. .. .,........ ......55 Johnson, Betty ....... .....----- 2 9. 41 M, Pelikon, Marilyn ...... ........................ 6 3 Iohnson, Chester .. ---..-.-.-..- 14 Megaman Ray 5g Pester, Robert ..1.......... ...................,..,......... 5 5 lemon. Dia ---.- -----.---.-.----. M ..i...ge..' B111 j:i53.1121i1113 iiiiiijiisswn Peers. Kahfrn -.---- --------. 1 7. 36 44 50 Iohnson, Emily ..... .................................------ M che, Mrs 51,1 G ' A7 Peters, Marcia ...,..,....,................,,.,,.,.........,... 63 lohnffon, Glenn .....................-.-..-.-----.--------.-.--- Markef Dale ' "'"""""""""""" Peters, Patricia ........................... ............ 4 4 SO lohnsfon- 111116 ----"-------------------------------------- 41 Mqrkell Pl-,y11ig4M"",'f,""f"fff::1Q11f,'fffffff:33' 63 Peiersen. 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