Northeast High School - Rocket Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

 - Class of 1949

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IQ school, FOREWORD We present to you, Northeast. . .its admin- istrators and faculty, always ready to help us with our school work and personal problems . . . its class of seniors, the greenies of yesteryear now preparing for an entirely new future. , its undergraduates, looking forward to the priv- ileges and honors accorded a senior. . .its junior high, still learning the traditions and ways of the big school. lts social life-the dances, banquets, school parties, and entertainments so important to the development of each student. . .its organiza- 116. X M xx y.y.',Xxi.,slks+F ,Rajiv- tions-the chance to meet more students and practice the leadership and abilities each per- son possesses.. .its classes-the time spent by each student learning the facts and figures necessary for a successful life and career. . . its sports-every man working together on a team, sweating to glorify the name of the school. . .the backers of the team-the lively student body giving the team that needed extra push in winning a game-win, lose or draw, every game a victory. . . We present to you, Northeast. . . Unloading from packed buses and cars, these Northeast students hurry to the south entrance. Tramping into the familiar halls of North- east are these energetic students who walked to school. Trying desperately to get the "hot rod" running are Cecil Wachtel, Kent Wachtel, Dick Iohnson, and Leon Baker. .llll 'dh- N "' ff? , . u 7 ' K i www Clapping enthusiastically at one of the outdoor pep rallies held in front of the building are members of the student body being led by cheerleaders, left to right: Kathy Graloill, Betty Hathaway, Bob Iearnbey, Shirley Beavers, and Sue Phillips. Vernon Forbes directs the hand in the rousing "Cheer Song". School Board Faculty .... Classes .. Features .. Activities , . Sports .... Advertising Index ...... CONTENTS Page 5 Gilbert Willey Superintendent if 'fm Iclmes Pelley Plssistant superintendent THE FINAL OKAY Fl group ot prominent Lincoln business men and Women who share a lively interest in the administration of the public schools compose the l949 school board. These men and Women meet regularly in the board rooms of the Public School Hdmine istration building to give "final okaysu on mat- ters concerning the Lincoln schools. Led by Mrs. Ruth Hill, president, the school board discusses such important subjects as fin- ances, new text books, recreation, teacherfwel- fare, and regularity ct reports to parents. Qt the election held l' fag' Lee Rankin and Stanley Zemer replaced George Lemon and lohn Whitten as school board members. Mrs. Ruth Hill Robert Venner Elmer Magee George Lemon Iohn Whitten Iohn Senning Robin Mickle Principal Principal Robin S. Mickle is assisted in governing Northeast's some one thousand stu- dents by lulius Humann, Francis Rezek, and Mrs. Mabel Thompson. Mr. Humann and Mrs. Thompson, boys' and girls' counselors, oversee the senior high or- ganizations and many school activities. Leader- LEADING THE WAY Teaching classes. . .counseling students . . sponsoring organizations. . .chaperoning at parties and dances. . .supervising class activi- ties, music, art, journalism, and debate trips . . .serving on school, Lincoln, and state teach- ers' association committees. . . Working with the pupils. . .framing con- stitutions and formulating policies, . .helping organize new activities for the all-round de- velopment oi their pupils ,..i busy hardly de- scribes the Northeast faculty members. Whether it was long hours after school, or early sessions in the morning, teachers Worked untiringly to make it possible for Northeast students to enjoy a Well-rounded curricular and extra-curricular program. ship class is instructed by Mr. Humann, and Mrs. Thompson teaches classes in Hmerican and English literature. lVlr. Rezek is in charge oi the junior high school activities. l-le counsels the junior high leadership class and coaches the reserve bas- ketball team, Francis Rezek Iulius Humcmn Mabel Thompson Hssistant principal Plssistant principal Plssistajfit principql VW ,M V Plans IOP Philsical examinations ot Northeast Food charts hold the aitemzcn cf science and students are loeing discussed by hygiene and home economics teachers, left tc righi FW: jeff.: Y physical education teachers, left to right: Bernard science, Mrs. Illnita Bitner, home eccncriicsg Mrs. Galloway, Mrs. Virginia Roberts, Mrs. Eloise Lock- Mary Moore, science: and Mis. Lucenaa I-Iendriz. wood, and Dawson Hawkins. hgmg ecgnomicsy g X ,fririef ft' ft ' BEHN, MRS. IHNE English, social studi BITNER, MRS. HNITH Home economics BOWLIN. MRS. BERYL Literature. BURNHHM, MISS MBRY Library, spcn CHRTER, MISS IOCY Spanish, vrcrld hi CLHRK, MISS MYRTLE Mathematics. COLEMHN, WHTSON Industrial arts. DONLHN, MISS VIOLETTE Commercial. DORSEY, GLEN Vocational education DUNLHP, MISS HELEN Mathematics: sf: FORBES, VERNON Instrumental music. GHLLOWHY, BERNHRD Ptrithrnetic- rp head coach, tootlaall, track. sccnsor es, sponsor, ncciet-ee: stcrvg SIICZSCI' SS, CI' 3.355 h'i'S1'c.Ll 'S-'Q.Cc.i1CI1 GHNZ, MRS. ELEHNOR nrt, Engiisii- sp GILHHM, MISS HNNIE Ftrithmeticg English GROSSOEI-IME, VVILLIHM Biology pn'ystc'cav HHWKINS, DRWSON Hygiene pliysica ketldallg sponsor, scnior class N cli HENDRIX, MRS. LUCENDH Home Qcon cnizcs' sports I s HUNT. WENDELL Social studios, would IEFFERY, ELLIS Physics, cliciiiistiw' scicn x Working on plans tor the Christmas program KRHUSE' MRS- HELEN I:ll'l'tt'W lit W are the music and art teachers, lett to right: ROCk0ll0fi Vernon Forbes, instrumental mu:-sic, Mrs. Eleanor Ganz, art, Mrs. Velma Snook, vocal music, and Mrs. Marjorie Murphy, art. Comparing notcs for their lutiirc 'irriatlr' clanxacna Ifxarnining Q Qlsbp 51 tt x x are these mathematics teachers, lett to right: Mr tvncliers, lott to iight Miss I S'cwN'- tx'-ss Lydia Vtfelaer, Nligzs Flnnic Gilliam, Miss Myrtle lacy Carter Mrs Ilraiiccs Yraiit ...U Ins noir.. Clark, and Lawrence Toply. lim iifzc c.:. saucc... ac. ,Ali D Talking shop over a lathe in the woodshop are and Franklin P" . W vt Watson Coleman, building trades, Kyker, metal trades. .xii 'V ll i ig W KYKER, FRHNKLIN Drafting, electronics, industrial arts. LEWIS, MRS. VIRGINIH English, literature. LOCKWOOD, MRS. ELOISE. Hygiene, school nurse. MHHER. MRS. U1-H English, sponsor, cheerleaders. MESSERVEY, IOHN Drivers training, World history, head coach, re- serve football, sponsor, I-li-Y. MILES, MISS VERNH MHE Plrt. MOORE, MRS. MHRY Literature, science. MUNSON, MISS HNNE English, sponsor, Y-Teens, HEEDER, MHS. ELIZHBETH Debate, speech, sponsor, Masque and Gavel. ROBERTS, MRS. VIRGINIH Physical education, sponsor, Penguins. SCHMHDEKE, LLOYD Vocational agriculture, sponsor, EEFI. SHHVER, MISS ELIZHBETH Plmerican history, current reading, social studies, World history. SHUMHRD, MISS HUDRIH Commercial. SMITH, MISS ISHBELLE English. SNOOK, MRS. VELMH Vocal music, sponsor, Rockettes. TEPLY, LHWRENCE Plrithrnetic, science, assistant coach, sponsor, N club. WHTTERS, MRS. FRHNCES Social studies. WEBER, MRS. LYDIH Plrithmetic. WOERNER, MISS MHRIE Pllgebra, journalism, adviser, Northeastern Rocket. WORRHLL, MRS. SUE Plnierican history, Latin. Meeting in the library are, left to right: lack Messervey, drivers training, Mrs. Elizabeth Reeder, drarnatics, Miss Mary Burnham, librarian, and Miss Marie Woerner, journalism. . ,ff n VV' Conversing before a teachers' meeting are, left to right: William Grossoehme, biological science, Wendell Hunt, social studies, Miss Helen Dunlap, mathematics, and Mrs. Sue Worrall, foreign lan- guage. Checking plans for typing and shorthand classes are commercial teachers: Miss Hudria Shurnard, typing instructor, and Miss Violette Donlan, shorthand and bookkeeping teacher. Deciding upon a uniform teaching method are English teachers, left to right: Mrs. Beryl Bowlin, Mrs. Virginia Lewis, Mrs. lane Bean, Miss Qnne Munson, Mrs, Ula Maher, and Miss lsabelle Smith. i' Enjoying lunch in room lO3 are a group of North- Going over their mail and reading the morning east taculty members. bulletin are teachers 'Watson Colernai, Ellis leiiery, and Franklin Kyker, While a visitor asks aireciicns from office clerk Florence Leacock. 2 These first grade Child Center pupils listen attentively to the stcry being read 1: them by one of their classmates Under the leadership ol Miss Loretto Keller ihe Chili Center offers educational training lor children from kindergarten through fourth grade, I Mrs. Margery Smith looks up with a smile as slic Conterring with Principal Robin Nickle about file starts her busy olay in the bookroom. l-ler duties in- next days bulletin are ctizce clerks Rcsetitafy clude everything from a lost and lound service to liiickc and Florence Leacock thesis l MFI: WGTS keeping the students supplied with receipt books, :seniors at Northeast last year l ,g 3 w ,f ,wmv is ,, WM-..L First semester senior class officers and sponsors are, left to right: Burl Kreps, secretary, Miss jocy Carter, sponsor, janet McKinney, presidentg Dawson Hawkins, sponsor, and Pat Hansen, treas- urer. Not in picture: Don Heiliger, vice president. LOOKING AHEAD Hs we, the senior class of l949 set forth to face the future, We pause to look back upon the years we have spent in the familiar halls of Northeast high. Way back when we were seventh graders we were at first a little lost and bewildered, but it didn't take long to become accustomed to the new building, teachers, and classmates. By the eighth grade, we were feeling right at home. junior Civic League trips and follow- ing the reserve athletic teams were just a few of the activities in which we participated, Hs ninth graders we felt honored to elect the May princess from our class, in addition to the usual attendants. This was our last year of junior high with all the activities and exciting times. Find how wonderful it would be to sit downstairs in cushioned seats during assemblies. When at last we found ourselves sopho- mores, on our way toward the top, we found that senior high was not all fun. We had to study a little harder than before and our cushioned seats werent so mucl. after all. The balcony was now being equipped with almost equally soft seats, Nevertheless, we found time to join in many senior high activi- ties and organizations such as athletics, musi- cals, debate, FFH, Y-Teens, and Hi-Y. Proud- ly we planned our first sophomore sponsored dance, the Duck Waddle. During our junior year we were busy try- ing to get required subjects out of the way so as to enjoy a life of leisure during our last year as seniors. This year also brought one of the biggest events of high school, the jun- ior-senior banquet. Many hours were spent in planning it, and it was well worth the time and effort. Seniors at last, our days were busier than ever, with senior assemblies, sneak day, sen- ior meetings, preparing for the junior-senior, and ordering our announcements and class pictures, Too soon came baccalaureate, and then last but not least, graduation, marking the end of our happy, carefree school days! lt is with regret that we leave Northeast, with its familiar halls, teachers, and all of our friends, old and new, which we have acquired and have grown so fond of during our years here. Yet, each one of us is setting forth to face the future, each with a goal in mind which we hope to accomplish some time in the years to come, but always with the memories of the good times and fun we had while we were in high school. i ,A T -L .T in i V.: ,A Making plans for ordering caps and gowns for graduation are second semester E? 'znnior cabinet nioinbersg hefty Hathaway, S troasiirvr, Won lwnaan, prcsiclcntg Farbcira , . . Bollun, secretary: and john Xlhitlock, vice Drvsldctit Prigv 12 It HDHMS. ELHINE: Hrts and Sci n e ce. Choir 5,65 "Sunbonnet Girl", "Meet Hrizona"5 hon- ors convocation 6. RLLEN. HILDH: Stenographic. GHH l,2. BRNKS, ROBERT: Ftrts and Science. Debate 5,65 band 3,45 choir 2, uSunbonnet Girl"5 reserve track 2. BRRHGHR, DRVID: Plrts and Science. Hi-Y 3-65 honors convocation 6. BHRTELS, RICHHRD: Industrial Ptrts. Leadership 6, vice president 65 Hi-Y 3,45 band 3-65 orchestra l-6, president 55 reserve football l. BI-1UERS,1OLH: Stenographic. "Sunbonnet Girl". BEHVERS, SHIRLEY: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens 3-65 "Sunbonnet Girl"5 Masque 65 Rockettes 5,65 cheerleader 4,5. and Gavel BELKNHP, BERNHRD: Vocational Training. Reserve football l. BENEDICT. FRHNCIS: Plrts and Science. Otturnwa, Iowa l, 25 class president 45 Hi-Y 3-65 band 3, 65 choir 5, 6, president 55 boys quartet 3, E. Ptdams H. Qllen R BCIl'1kS D. Barager R. Bartels I Bauers BRHDSBY, BERNHRD: Industrial Plrts. Choir 6, "Meet l3lrizona"5 N club 3-65 varsity foot- ball 3-6, reserve football l, 25 reserve basketball I, 2. BRHUCKMULLER, VERNH: Ste nographic. 45 "Marriage of Nannette", "Meet Hrizona"5 N BROWN, RUTH: Stenographic. club 5, 65 varsity football 5, letter5 reserve foot- Choir 2, "Sunbonnet Girl". ball 3. BERTENSHHW, KETHH: Ptrts and Science. Y-Teens l-45 choir I-45 "Sunbonnet Girl", "Mar- riage of Nannette"5 Bockettes 5, 6. BLESSING, IHNIS: Hrts and Science. Class vice president 25 leadership l5 Y-Teens 3-6, president 55 football queen 55 choir l-6, vice presi- dent 65 "Sunbonnet Girl", "Marriage of Nan- nette", "Meet l3lrizona"5 Rockettes l-6, secretary 35 May attendant 45 honors convocation 2, 4, 6. BOLLEN, BHRBHRH: Qrts and Science. Y-Teens l-65 Penguins 5, 6, president 65 twirler l-4, drum rnajorette 5, 65 choir 5, 65 "Sunbonnet Girlug "Meet I3lrizona"5 May queen 6. BRHDLEY, IHCK: Business Hdrninistration. Leadership I5 I-Ii-Y 5, 65 "Ramshackle Inn". OS. Beavers B. Belknap F. Benedict YJ' B. Bradsby V. Brauckmuller R. Brown .ft f" V ,V , , .. .,. . . , ,.,...... 1 BURTON, KHROLYN: Business Hdrninistration. Y-Teens 3-65 basketball queen 65 choir 3-6, "Sun- bonnet Girl", "Marriage of Nannette", "Meet Piri- zona"5 Masque and Gavel 5, 65 "Rarnshackle Inn", "Every Family Has One"5 Rockettes 3-6, secretary 65 May attendant Z. BUTLER, RONHLD: Business Hdrninistration. Class president 25 leadership l, 2, 55 Hi-Y I, 25 N club 4-6, president 55 varsity football 3, 5, letter5 reserve football 1, 25 varsity basketball 4, 6, letter, co-captain5 reserve basketball 25 honors convoca- tion 6. CHVE, RICHHRD: Industrial Hrts. CHEUVRONT, CHROL: Plrts and Science. Y-Teens l-65 choir 2-6, "Sunbonnet Girl", "Mar- riage of Nannette", "Meet Hrizonau. K. Bertenshaw I. Blessing B. Bollen K. Burton R. Butler R. Cave 'pr M H, fi' I 1 1 . 1 it , V 'T' .' , , I I f' I sf 5. 1 ww t . 5. .M W - I ivfmf 33 . f ' IA 3 5 WA NH 3 . 5 if l,,, il 'f W' x fx ' if 'V M1 A I . .Q f. ' W 5 I 2 L . l '4ff3"' , 5 , ,' ,,-,W . pf, .5 , ' .V ,, , 'N -4. as-. -14.-, .. I w .5 my ' 3 W2 Z" 1 W . X - , M ' t ' f 1 kit. I. Bradley C. Cheuvront y -M CHILDRESS, DHLE: Vocational Plgriculture. FFR 1-6, treasurer 5, 6, letter, sergeant at arms 2, 3, 4, band 1-5, letter, National FFR band. CHIPPERFIELD, EDWBRD: Vocational Plgriculture. FFR 1-6, treasurer 3, 4, letter. CHRISTENSEN, IHMES: Plrts and Science. Kearney, Nebraska 1, 2, orchestra 6, honors con- ' vocation 4, 6, alternate, Regents scholarship, sec- ond place, current events, Nebraska High School Press association. CHRISTENSEN, MHRTHH: Flrts and Science. Kearney, Nebraska 1, 2, honors convocation 4, 6, honorable rnention, Regents. COOPER, IHNET: Hrts and Science. Leadership 6, Rockettes 5, 6. CONVERSE, RHYMOND: Engineering. CRHIG. VVILMH: Stenographic. Leadership 3, "Sunbonnet Girl", Rockettes l-6. DODGE. DORIS: Stenographic. Y-Teens 5, 6, Mu Kappa Tau 1, 2. DOLL, EDWHRD: Flrts and Science. Class president 3, leadership 5, 6, vice president 5, Hi-Y l-6, president 5, vice president 4, treasurer 2, orchestra 3-6, president 6, vice president 3, letter, band 1, 2, 6, N club 3-6, varsity football 3, 5, letter, reserve football 1, honors convocation 2, 4, 6. DONHHOO, ELWIN: Industrial Plrts. Varsity football 5, reserve football 3, DORMER. PHTRICIH: Fine Hrts. Orchestra l-5, vice president 5, secretary-treas- urer 4, letter, girls glee president 1, girls triple trio 2-5, "Sunbonnet Girl", "Marriage of Nan- ne-tte", Masque and Gavel 3-5, recording secre- tary 5, "Mr, Pirn Passes By". DOHSEY, BHRBHRH: flrts and Science. Y-Teens l-6, secretary 4, 6, choir 2-6, "Sunbonnet Girl", "Marriage of Nannette", "Meet Plrizonam, Rockettes 5, 6, secretary 5, Rocket, senior editor 5, 6, honors convocation 4, 6. DRHPER, IESSHMINE: Plrts and Science. Leadership l, Y-Teens l-6, May attendant 4, Rock- ettes 3-6. DREESZEN, NORMQN: Business Rdministration. Hi-Y 1-6, treasurer 2, Masque and Gavel 3-6, Northeastern, photographer 5, Rocket, photog- rapher 5. DUGHN, DONHLD: Engineering. Class president 6, leadership 4,. 6, Hi-Y 5, 6, treas- urer 5, N club 5, 6, varsity football 5, letter, re- serve football 3, reserve track 4, "Every Family Has One". 4 Lx iw ,, if V , X., rf D. Childress E. Chipperfield I. Christensen M. Christensen I. Coope Converse EICHELBERGER, RITH: Teachers College. MSunbonnet Girl". EITEL, ROSE ZELLH: Stenographic. Leadership 3, 6, honors convocation 4, 6, May at- tendant 6. EVERRETT, DUHNE: Vocational 15-lgriculture. FFR 1-6, vice president 3-6, treasurer 1, 2, letter, choir 4, 6, "Marriage of Nannettew, "Meet Elri- zona", N club 5, 6, football manager, reserve foot- ball 3, 4, Carl Raymond Gray Union Pacific schol- arship. FHIRCHILD, IEROME: Qrts and Science. Hi-Y l-6, secretary 5, band l-6, letter, boys quar- tet 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 4-6, "The Enemy", honors convocation 2, honorable mention, Regents. FHRMER, BHRBHRR: Flrts and Science. Class secretary 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 5, 63 Penguins l-6 president 5, vice president 3, May attendant 4 orchestra l, 2, choir 5, 6, secretary 5 "Meet Rri- zona", Rockettes 3-6, vice president 6, honors con- vocation 4, 6. W. Craig D. Dodge - IE. Doll ll. Donation P. Dormer B Dorsey 1 Diaper N. Dreeszen D. Dugan Eichelbezger H. tfitel D. t'v-,mutt t Fanclnld B Farmer , tt U K 1 x 53 t' .ax N 'Y' FX 1' .K 1 -4'1" iv , X if in , .4 ' " 4, - sw 1. , 1- in N, was f - A M Q f 1 'Q ,, , WMAf!.'w:m2?f'I4 "" ,,,. - ' E. Ferguson B. Frederick I. French D. Gardner B, Garrett M, Gies FERGUSON, EVONNE: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens l, 2, 5, 6, choir 3-6, girls triple trio 5, 6, "Marriage ot Nannette", "Meet I-lrizonau, Rock- ettes 3-6, president 6, Rocket, organization editor 3, 4, honors convocation 6, honorable mention, Regents. FREDERICK, BONNIE: Flrts and Science. Orchestra l, 2, honors convocation 4, 6. FRENCH, IOHN: Vocational Training. GHRDNER, DONNH: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens 5, 6, treasurer 5, orchestra l-6, secretary- treasurer 4, 5, letter, Roclcettes 5, 6, honors con- vocation 2, 4, 6. GHRRETT, BHRBHRH: Business Fldministration. Y-Teens l-4, Masque and Gavel 3-6, correspond- ing secretary 5, Roclcettes 5, 6, Rocket, advertising manager 5, 6, honors convocation 4. GIES, MHXINE: Stenographic. May attendant 6. GILMORE, MHRY: Flrts and Science. Leadership 3, Y-Teens l, 2, orchestra 3, 4. M. Gilmore K. Grabill L. Green R. Harrison B. Hathaway S. Heeckt , -, iv. I ,A .. 7 A - 'S' 7 J - .f P 1 , ,. I Z ,,.. QQ2 f i f 3 , X lffi ,Z GRHBILL, KHTHRYN: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens l-4, Penguins 3, 4, choir 3-6, "Marriage of Nannette", "Meet Hrizonan, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Rockettes l-6, Northeastern, third page edi- tor 5, 6, business manager 6, cheerleader 3, 5, honors convocation 6. GREEN, LOLH: Homemaking. Sioux City, iowa l-3, band 4-6. GUSTHFSON, HRCHIE: Plrts and Science. HHNING, CLHYTON: Industrial Hrts. HHNNHN, FHYE: Hornernaking. Class treasurer 2, leadership 2, Y-Teens l-2, band 2-6, treasurer 5. HHNSEN, PHTRICIH: Ptrts and Science. Class treasurer 5, leadership 5, 6, president 6, Y- Teens l-6, Rockettes 3-6, Rocket, class editor 3, 4, associate editor 5, 6, honors convocation 2, 4, 6. HHRRISON, ROBERT: Business Pldministration. Leadership 6, band l-6, letter, orchestra l-6, letter, honors convocation 2, 4, 6, honorable mention, Regents. HHTHHWHY, BETTY: Hrts and Science. Class treasurer 6, leadership 5, 6, Y-Teens l-6, vice president 4, Penguins 3-6, vice president 4, Rockettes 3-6, Northeastern, first page editor, class notes 5, second page editor, junior high column 6, Rocket, class editor 3, 4, rnanaging edi- tor 5, 6, cheerleader 5, honors convocation 2, 4, 6, Quill and Scroll, best Nebraska feature story. HEECKT, SHIRLEY: Stenographic. Debate 2-4, twirler 3-6, Masque and Gavel 3-6. HEILIGER, DONHLD: Business Illdrriinistration. Class vice president 5, leadership l, 3-5. HEISER, MHRILYN: Stenographic. Honors convocation 2, 4. HENDERSON, DOTTIE: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens l. HOFMHNN, PHYLLIS: Stenographic. Choir 3, 4, 6, 'Sunbonnet Girl", "Marriage of Nannettew. Q. Gustafson C. Haning if F. Hannan P. Hansen D. Heiliger M. Heiser Henderson P. HotMann f i i Ni hm , .4 TW , .if 5' v i ,W 1 ,. i I Q . f . . A, Q ff ' .r t fi , 5 fr! l. Holland G. lnbody R. leambey R. lohnson l. lohnson C, fohneion B. Kempton R. Kepler R. Kline M. Knickerboc er HOLLHND, IOHN: Vocational Training, INBODY, GERHLD: Engineering. Hi-Y 5, 6, band l-6, president 6, letter, honors convocation 6, honorable mention, Regents, IEHMBEY, ROBERT: Engineering. Mount Pleasant, lowa l-2, Hi-Y 5, 6, debate 6, "The Enemy", 'Ttamshackle lnn", cheerleader 5, 6, Rocket, copy editor 5, 6, superior at Hastings college debate tournament, superior at University ot Nebraska Fine Hrts festival. IOHNSON, IOHN: Stenographic. Y-Teens 3-6, vice president 6, choir, "Meet Firi- zona", "Sunbonnet Girl", Rockettes 5, 6, honors convocation 4, 6. IOHNSON, RICHHRD: Qrts and Science. Leadership 2, Hi-Y 5, 6, honors convocation 6. IOHNSTON, CHHRLOTTE: Stenographic. KEMPER, SHHRON: Plrts and Science. Leadership 3, Y-Teens l-6, president 6, vice presi- dent 5, May attendant 4, choir 5, 6, "Meet Plri- zona", Masque and Gavel 5, 6, Rockettes 5, 6 Y-Teen Snowball princess. 2 r T :,,.,..................f....., A l 0 V " '- r . ., if , F ,Z ff? i , 1 M . ji, , ' an K Q 1 S. Kempe: 'ni Q L. K.,.n- lc R. Knowles B. Koontz KEMPTON, BHBETTE: Plrts and Science. Overton, Nebraska l, 2, KEPLER, ROLLHND: Stenographic. KLINE, HICHHHD: Teachers College. Hi-Y l, 2, choir l-6, president 6, boys quartet l, 2, "Sunbonnet Girlf "Marriage of Nannetten, "Meet Ftrizona , reserve football l-4, varsity foot- ball 5, 6, letter, track 2, 4. KNICKERBOCKER, MHRGHRET: Stencgraphic. Girls glee secretary 2, 'Sunbonnet Girl . HAI-f 97' KNow1.r-Ls. RUTH: Fine are 04 6- FAYW I Girls glee president 5, 'Sunbonnet Girl , Masque and Gavel 3-6, "The Enemy . KOONTZ. BEVERLY: Fine Qrts. Orchestra l-6, letter, honors convocation 4. KREINER, LEON: Vocational Ftgricultizre. Leadership 3-6, l-li-Y 5 6, president 6, FFR l-6, A Fill-state president 3, 4, secretary 5, ti letter, Partner, blue ribbon state ,Swain iudgirig. Piiytriq tickets trczri Fen Smith and Mari- lm l'lv1,1r1' at the ticket xx'i:'.dcxx' are seniors lollun Nlvlzlttll liita liiclxvllcvxciur and Melvin Noiitnait. lltlgii' lti Students smile at the antics of Woody Woodpecker while relaxing during their lunch period in the noon movies. KREPS, BURL: Plrts and Science. Class secretary 5, choir 3-6, uMarriage of Nan- nette", "Meet P-lrizona", N club 4-6, president 6, varsity football 5, letter, reserve football 3, varsity basketball 3-6, letter, reserve basketball, track 4, 6, letter, reserve track 2, honors convocation 6, winner of District Plmerican Legion Oratorical con- test, Co-op basketball award. KRIEGER, IEROME: Hrts and Science. Hi-Y 2-6, band 3-6, Masque and Gavel 4-6, vice president 4, i'Mr. Pim Passes By", 'Tiamshackle lnn", Rocket, feature editor 5, 6, Regents Schol- arship Winner. KRITNER, MHRLYN: Stenographic. Class secretary 2, May attendant 2, 6, choir 2-6, "Sunbonnet Girl", "Marriage of Nannetteu, 'iMeet Plrizonau, Rockettes 5, 6, Rocket, advertising man- ager 5, 6, honors convocation 4, 6. LHMBERT. HNN: Plrts and Science. Washington, D. C, l-4, Y-Teens 5, 6, football queen attendant 5. LHNGHN, KHTHLEEN: .Plrts and Science, Penguins l-4. LEE, IERRY: Vocational Plgriculture. FFR 3-6, reserve football 3. LEE, ROBERT: Vocational Hgriculture. FFR l-6, letter, varsity football 5, letter, reserve football 3, reserve track 4, good rating judging livestock at state contest. LESOING, HHRLHN: Vocational Hgriculture. FFR 3-6, track 4, blue ribbon, state grain judging. LIVINGSTON, CHROL: Stenographic. Choir 3-5, "Sunbonnet Girl", l'Marriage of Nan- nette". LUNDY, BETTY: Teachers College. Leadership l. MHGORIHN, MHRY LOU: Teachers College. Palisade, Nebraska l, 2, Y-Teens 3-6, treasurer 6, Northeastern, editor, circulation 5, first page edi- tor, first page column, exchanges 6, Rocket, or- ganization editor 5, 6, honors convocation 6, sec- ond place, proofreading, Nebraska High School Press association, National honorable mention, column Writing, Quill and Scroll, DQR, Good Citizenship award, honorable mention, Regents. MHRPLE, IOSEPH: Industrial Plrts. MHRPLE, RICHHRD: Vocational Training. MCGRBTH, SHRHH: Plrts and Science. Leadership 6, Y-Teens l-4, choir 5, USunbonnet Girl", Rockettes 5, 6, Rocket, class editor 5, 6. B. Kreps I. Krieger M. Kritner H, Lambert K. Langan I. Lee R Lee H. Lesoing C, Livingston li B. Lundy M. Magorian l. Marple R. Marple S McGrath Q th rv MCKINNEY, IBNET: Hrts and Science. MILLER, MHRILYN: Business Hdministration. MONTH, DELORIS: Teachers College. MONTGOMERY, VIOLET: Flrts and Science. MORRISON, HOWHRD: Engineering. MYLER, IOSEPHlNE: Fine Plrts. M. Neuman Pl. O'Hara L. Owen S. Phillips Class president 5, Penguins l-6, band l-5, secretary 3, letter, Masque and Gavel 4-6, vice president 6, "Ram- shaclcle inn". Debate 3, 4, band l-5, twirler 5, 6, Masque and Gavel 5, 6. Leadership 5, Y-Teens l-6, llSunbonnet Girl", Masque and Gavel5,6, recording secretary 6, 'Eamshackle Inn". Y-Teens 2. Hi-Y 5, 6, choir 5, 6, "Meet Flrizonan. Leadership 5, secretary 5, Y-Teens 5, 6, Penguins 5, Masque and Gavel 446, vice president 5, recording secretary 4, 'lThe Cat and the Canary", "The Enemy", "Every Family Has One", Rockettes 5, 6, Rocket, circula- tion manager 5, 6. I. McKinney V Montgomery I. Nielson B. Owen I. Niederhluse R. Otnes G, Peck R. Phillips D. Pierce K. Ratzslotf Hi-Y l-4, debate 3-5. NIELSON, IOHNN: Stenographic. Orchestra l, 2. Y-Teens 2. OWEN. LUCILLE: Stencgraphic Y-Teens 2 PECK. GHYLE: lncltistrial Ptrts N club 3-6, varsity tootball l-2, varsity basketball 3-6 l, 2 PHILLYPS. ROBERT: Vocational EER 3-G, blue ribbon, state ' at in Leadership 4, Yfllcens l-4 mention, l-leacnts - 4' Qv QQ J "Sunbonnet Girl' l'Marriaae zona , Masque and Gavel LN' 1-H M. Miller D. Mania H. Morrison I. Myler NEUMHN, MELVIN: Engineering. NIEDERHBUSE IOHN: Engineering. N club l-6, secretary l, vice president 35 varsity toot- ball l-6, letter, co-captain 5, reserve basketball 25 var- sity basketball 4-ES, letterg track l-E, letter. O'HHRH, HNN: Qrts and Science. Cathedral high school, Lincoln, Nebraska l-2, Y-Teens 5, Rockettes 5, 6j honorable mention, Regents. OTNES, ROBERT: Qrts and Science. Fllternate, Regents scholarship OWEN. BETTY: Qrts and Science 3-6 letter' reserve football letter, reserve basketball Flgriculture grain niclging team. PHILLIPS, SUE: Qrts and Science 6- choir l-G' girls trio 3. 4: ot Nannette "Meet Hri- Rockettes l-6: Northeast- ern, activity column business manager 5. associate editor tu, Rocket teatnre editor 3 sl' cheerleader 5, 5: honors convocation Q Ei- hrqt place vocabulary contest. Nebraska Hiatt School Pi-css association: honorable PIERCE. DELORES: Stvnoaraplnc RHTZSLOFF, KENNETH: Industrial Hrts. Pd gm' IS SMITH, BERNICE: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens l-6, SOBIESZCZYK, MHRY BNN: Stenographic. Honors convocation 4. SORENSEN, DONHLD: Vocational Plgriculture. vocation 6. SOWERS, BONNIE: Plrts and Science. Y-Teens 1, 2, SPENCER, MHRLENE: Plrts and Science. Y-Teens l-6, Penguins 3-6, Masque and Gavel 3-6, sketch, University ot Nebraska travelling art exhibit. STERKEL, IHCK: Business Ptdministration. Hi-Y 1-6, band 2-6, letter, choir 1, 2, "Sunbonnet Girl", Masque and Gavel 3-6, president 5, t'Rarnshackle inn", "The Enemy", "Mr. Pim Passes By", l'Every Family Has FFR 3-6, blue ribbon, state grain judging, honors con- One", honors convocation 4, 6, G. Rosenquist R. Sandstedt E. Schell K. Schoonover E. Schuelke H. Selk STOCKFELD. WILLIHM: Hrts and Science. Hi-Y 5, 6, debate 5, 6, excellent, Fine Hrts festival. ROSENQUIST, GLENN: Hrts and Science. Class treasurer 3, leadership 5, president 5, Hi-Y l-6, vice president 3, band l, 2, Northeastern 5, 6, associate editor, junior high column 5, editor, class notes 6, Rocket l-6, circulation l, 2, advertising editor 3, 4, sports edi- tor 5, 6, reserve tootball 3, varsity football 5, track 2, Nebraska Winner, interview contest Scholastic maga- zine, honors convocation 2, 4, 6, 'iEvery Family Has One", alternate, Regents scholarship, third place, head- line Writing, Nebraska High School Press association, Quill and Scroll, best Nebraska editorial, interview. SHNDSTEDT, ROBERT: Hrts and Science. Hi-Y 3, 5, 6, vice president 6, debate 3-6, captain 5, band 3-6, letter, orchestra l, 2, "Ramshackle lnn", hon- ors convocation 2, 4, 6, excellent, Fine Hrts festival, honorable mention, Regents. SCHELL, ELDONH: Plrts and Science. l Y-Teens l-6, Rockettes 5, 6, treasurer 5, Rocket 5, 6, organizations editor. SCHOONOVER, KENNETH: Vocational Training. SCHUELKE, EDWHRD: General. Pllvo, Nebraska 1-4. SELK, HOWHRD: Engineering. Mead, Kansas l-4, Hi-Y 5, 6, band 5, 6, honorable men- tion, Regents. SEVERNS, NHDINE: Rrts and Science. Leadership 5, 6, class vice president 4, football queen attendant 5, May attendant 2, Rockettes l-6, president 5, secretary 4, honors convocation 2, 6, SHIELDS, WlLLlHM: Business Pldministration. SHUEY, VIRGINIH: Stenographic. SIMPSON, GLORIH: Fine Plrts. Band 1-6, letter 5, orchestra 2-6, letter 6. SLHUGHTER, MHRY: Plrts and Science. Class secretary 4, leadership 2, Y-Teens l-4, treasurer 3, choir 5, girls glee president 3, girls triple trio 6, 'llvleet Hrizonan, Rockettes 3-6, honors convocation 2. Page 19 N. Severns . Simpson . Sobieszczyk . Spencer W. Shields M. Slaughter D. Sorensen 1. Sterkel V. Shuey B. Smith B. Sowers W. Stockteld ww... W X I I f K X 35 we t . w f f i x X f f D. Strawser C. Thomas M. Swartz G. Taylor M. Truitt P. Tyler STRHWSER, DOROTHY: Hrts and Science. Rocket, class editor, 5, 6, honors convocation 2. SWHRTZ, MHRILYN: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens l, 2, THYLOR, GRHCE: Teachers College. Kansas City, Missouri 3, 4, Y-Teens 5, 6, choir l, 2, 5, 6, girls glee president 2, "Sunbonnet Girl", "Meet Ptrizonan, "Every family Has One", Masque and Gavel 6. THOMRS, CHESTER: Business Pldministration. Hi-Y l, 2, varsity football 5, reserve football 3, track 4, TRUITT, MHRIORIE: Ste nographic. TYLER, PHYLLIS: Hrts and Science. M. Varga L. Wright 'UW , QQ f Y-Teens l-6, secretary 5, Rocket, senior editor 5, 6, honors convocation 2, 4, 6, honorable mention, Regents. B. Viox I. Whitlock H Willtit Y. Yanney L. York If. Young Tlx, VHRGH, MHRCIH: Stenographic. VIOX, BELVH: Stenographic. WHITLOCK, IOHN: Engineering. Class vice president 6, treasurer 4, Hi-Y l-6, band l-6, president 5, letter, choir 5, 6, "Meet Hrizonau, "Ran'ishackle Inn", "Every Earnily Has One", honors convocation 6, honorable mention, Regents, WILLET, RONBLD: Business Hdministration, Leadership 2, King of Hearts 6, Rocket, sports editor 5, 6. WILLIHMS, CHROI.: Stenographic. Penguins l-5, choir 5, 6, l'Meet Hrizonau. WOLLEN, RICHHRD: Industrial Hrts, WOMHCK, BONITH: Business Hdrninistration. Leadership l, 3, Rockettes 5, 6. WRIGHT, LEWIS: Engineering. Reserve football 3, 4, track 2, 4. YHNNEY, YVONNIE: Qrts and Science. Leadership 6, Y-Teens 3, 4, choir 2, girls triple trio 3-6, 'Sunbonnet Girl", "Marriage oi Nan- nette", "Meet Hrizonau, Rockettes 3-6, vice presi- dent 5, Rocket, circulation manager 3, 4, editor 5, 6, honors convocation 2, 6, May attendant 6. YORK, LOIS: Hornernaking. Milford, Nebraska l, 2, Lincoln high school, Lin- coln, Nebraska 3, choir 4-6, "Meet Hrizonau. YOUNG, ESTHER: Stenographic. "Sunbonnet Girl". YOUNG, LHVETB: Stenographic. YOUNG, NHNCY: Hrts and Science. Y-Teens l-6, treasurer 4, choir 3-6, l'Sunbonnet Girl", "Marriage of Nannettef "Meet Flrizonau, "Mr. Pim Passes By", UBamshackle Inn ', Bcckettes 3-6, Northeastern, second page editor 5, activity column 6, Quill and Scrcll, best Nebraska news story. YOUNT, INR: Flrts and Science. Class vice president 3, leadership 3, 4, Y-Teens l-6, May attendant 2, choir 2, girls triple trio 3-6, 'Sunbonnet Girl", MMarriage cf Nannetfe , Masque and Gavel 2-6, president 6, i'The Cat and the Canary", 'Bainsliackle Inn, 'Every Family Has Une", Bockettes 3-6, honors convocation 4 6. F Wanna x C. Williams H XV011,-n L Young N Y-:trim I VV" .t.... SENIOR CLHSS First row, lett to right: Y. Yanney, B. Bollen, Q. G'Hara, Fl. Lambert, C. Williams, P. Dormer, R. Eitel, B. Garrett, S. Phillips, I. Blessing S. Kemper, S. Beavers, B. Dorsey, K. Burton, K. Bertenshaw, M. Spencer, S. McGrath, B. Smith, D. Cave. Second row: D. Baragar, N. Dreeszen, C. Thomas, H. Morrison, F. Hannan, M. Kritner, K. Grabill, B Hathaway, N. Young E. Ferguson, P. Hansen, N. Severns, I. Yount, C. Cheuvront, B. Kempton, M. Magorian, C. Haning, K. Love. Third row: B. Banks, D. Everrett, I. Draper, I. McKinney, H. Hllen, M. Heiser, E. Young, C. Iohnstori, L. Young, D. Strawser, B. Lundy B. Eichelberger, B. Knowles, L. Owen, V. Shuey, R. Wollen, I. Marple. Fourth row: I. Sterkel, M. Neuman, B. Bird, B, Gallatin, M. Christensen, G. Simpson, P. HotMann, R. Brown, M. Knickerbocker D. Henderson, C. Livingston, B. Viox, M. Sobieszczyk, B. Owen, K. Batzslott. Fifth row: D. Kline, I. Fairchild, B.'Converse, Pt. Gustafson, D. Fitz, G. Taylor, M. Gies, E. Schell, W. Craig. Sixth row: I. Krieger, B. Harrison, B. Lee, N. Lambert, I. Inbody, V. Montgomery, L. Green, D. Monia, M. Slaughter, P. Tyler E. Stewart, l. Bauers, V. Brauckmuller, M. Miller. Seventh row: B. Doll, L. Kreiner, B. Bradsby, B. Butler, B. Ieambey, M. Varga, I. Iohnson, B. Vlfomack, I. Nielson, D. Dodge B. Frederick, D. Pierce, B. Koontz, F. Benedict, B. Farmer. Eighth row: M. Gertsch, B. Shields, G. Peck, H. Hultberg, B. Otnes, D. Bartels, I. Whitlock, G. Rosenquist, B. Kreps, I. Christensen D. Dugan, I. Lee, B. Donahoo, B. Kepler, H. Selk, D. Gloe, Fl. Landwer, I. Pelan, D. Sorenson. Not in Picture: I. Niederhause, L. Peery, L. Baker, C. Iones, B. Stockfeld, E. Fldams, I. Cooper, P. Dormer, D. Gardner, R. Converse D. Heiliger, I. Story, S. Heeckt, B. Sowers, D. Iohnson, R. Willet, S. Willoughby, G. Delisi, K. Langan, F. McMahon I. Myler. L. York, I. Bradley, B. Schuelke, M. Gilmore, D. Childress, B. Chipperiield, H. Lesoing, B. Phillips, I. French, I. Holland I. Wilson, B. Belknap. Gathering in the playroom for an informal noon hour of fun are Bob Phillips, Betty Lundy, Bea Smith, and 'David Baragar who are buying their cokes from Leon Baker. Beverly Koontz and Marcia I Varga converse near the piano, and Maxine Gies and Bob Bird try the newest dance step. Page 21 Northeasts library is a center of activity every class period. Students come to check out books for entertainment and class Work. Securing books are Delores Pierce and Ruth Knowles assisted by Miss Mary Burnham. Sharon Kemper and Evonne Ferguson hunt for interesting material while Sarah McGrath reads a magazine, Pointing out a location on the map are Pimer- ican history students, Carol Cheuvront and lanet McKinney, while Kathy Grabill, lanis Blessing, and Barbara Farmer Watch with interest, Senior members ot Ellis letterys chemistry class find the answer to a ditlicult problem. Check- ing weights is Barbara Dorsey, while Eldona Schell and Lewis Wright check the supplies to be used for the experiment. Doing the testing are Finn O'Hara and lohn Whitlock. Ono ot the most iiiiportdiit phases of senicir English, that ot IISGQC cmd ct-iso ot pronouns, is being discussed lov Mrs Uld Mdher diid her third period stiidoiits lldlo Cliildress diid Marilyn Miller: I while Bod Smith mid Poli Phillips do some prac- iiC0 Wxflili Cll lllO llOCll'Cl. Prigl' 22 While Pat McKinney hunts a number in the telephone book and Esther Young works busily at the typewriter, Ruth Brown runs the mimeograph machine. These girls are members of the new office procedures class, in which they apply their shorthand and typing, and are introduced to the various types of office machinery. Pls seniors Barry Schuelke, Betty Walker, Bon- nie Sowers, and Faye l-lannan intently watch the screen, lunior Thomas prepares to operate the movie projector. Drilling holes, working at the press machine, straightening a metal bar, and finishing a metal tool box are the projects of these senior metal trade students, left to right: Elwin Donahoo, How- ard Morrison, Kenneth Ratzsloff, and Dick Bartels. Inspecting newspapers, magazines, and books for their study on the United Nations are these modern problems students, left to right: Nadine Severns, lessamine Draper, Ray Converse, Clay- ton Haning, Bolo leamhey, Beverly Koontz, and lerry lnbody. Perplexecl at her sudden popular- ity, speech student Sue Phillips de- clines the affections of Burl Kreps, lack Sterlcel, and lack Bradley. Haughtily looking on are wallllowers, DeLoris Mania, lna Yount, Nancy Young, and lo Myler. Successfully locating Bicl'1mor1cl,Vlr- ginia, Mary Slaughter receives a pleasant smile from Mrs. Sue Worrall, While Yvonnie Yanney, Gayle Peck, and Barney Bradsloy Watch. f- 'G i L' :Nu K Busily 'sewing a line scam are home economics students Barbara Bcilen, Marg Gilmore, and Ellen lane Stewart Elaine Fldanis, Qnn Lambert and Marlene Spencer iimsli their latest proocts ct: the sewing iiiacliincs, lliiriiia A lull ir 'ts iwrxocl soztit. office Giilrl ltmot Cooper Pvcilix' Siixiwscr mio. llori: llmlav Clic.-li tltc clays absence liQiS lltlgll' 2-J lndustriously at work perfecting their shorthand lesson are, front table, left to right: Lucille Owen, Shirley Heeckt, loHnn Nielson, and Charlotte Iohnston. Back table: Rosie Eitel, Marlyn Kritner, and Wilma Craig, Traffic is heavy as Grace Taylor, Betty Hathaway, Pat Hansen, Glenn Bosenquist, Leon Kreiner, and Mary Lou Magorian pass to their classes. Page 25 Poised and ready for a typing speed test are senior girls first row, left to right: loan lohnson and Marcia Varga, Second row: lola Bauers, Verna Brauckrriuller, Virginia Shuey, and Marilyn Heiser. Finishing their essays in English 7 class are, first row, front to back: Betty Owen, Bud Benedict, Karolyn Burton, and Dick Kline. Second row: Patty Dormer, Billy Shields, and David Fitz. Planning thejunior sponsored dance are first semester officers, left to right: jane Plnn Lowe, treasurer, Barbara Crowe, vice president, Hnita Picker- man, secretary, and George Stephens, president. Second semester junior class cabinet mem- bers discussing plans for the junior-senior dance, are, left to right: junior Qmend, presi- dent, Bernard Galloway, sponsor, Caryl Besse, vice president, Dale Lemon, secretary, and Ed Glass, treasurer. ALMOST THERE Under the capable leadership of presidents George Stephens and junior Qmend, the junior class took an active part in this vear's activities. Having reached the half-way mark on the high school ladder, the juniors are well rep- resented in extracurricular activities, such as student leadership, Y-Teens, f-li-Y, journalism and annual staffs, athletics, and dramatics, Sponsoring the junior-senior prom, which was held at Cotner Terrace this year, required hard work. Decorations and extensive program planning were necessary to make the prom a success. The juniors, under the guidance of sponsor Bernard Galloway met the challenge and carried through with shining colors. ,W 014, ,p , V., f f 74 .f 'B ,', 1 F' ,- Hageman Pa. tu lit. of loik owe: ti .cw i- ..: tart. fldgla' Bti titles in the card filo are lxfixrie lcx' loan Wrfliazzzs Pat Greet' ani ui Hitcs F :una F:-ai: her 1 U Taking the first step toward a business career by doing their bookkeeping are, at the first table, left to right: Iean Knight, Phyllis Schock, and Francine Hillierg at the second table, left to right: Veda Plager, Donna Craig, Nancy Hageman, and Ruth Benson. Engrossed in an interesting experiment con- cerning gravity and metric Weights are juniors Iohn Van Dusen, Hlthea Blunn, lim Gekas, Philip Lehman, and Leon Lehr, Reviewing the history of early Plrnerica, un- der the direction of Mrs. Sue Worrall, are stu- dents, Mary Plnn Dickinson, Shirley Heim, Harold Voller, Plnita Hckerman, Helen Gillispie, Renee Kruse, and Merrill Pllbury. Finishing their dresses, projects in home economics class, are juniors, first row, left to right: Nina DeBoer and Beverly Lodwig. Sec- ond row, Phyllis Shafer, Shirley Cole, and Barbara Call, Page 27 3 4 I J , , 1, - ,, 43,2 3 4 iff " v it ,fbi n If-W' l I Y Barbara Crowe and Sallie Butler concen- trate on an advertising poster While Betty llearn arranges figurines on the wall shelves. Snellacking an ornate battle for a g vase is Dorothy Soloieszczyk, while Merle leaiine Weycrs practices soap carving. UBeing a little cuckoo are these Juniors rehearsing the one-act play, 'Be Q Little Cuckoo." lackie Mathers is prompting for- getful actresses, while Betsey Hines practices from atop a chair. Listening are Hnita France and Kay Young, Poised ready to start a speed test are tirtzt year typing students first row lett to riqtit' George Null, Ioan Luscliei, and Donna Frat Sf-cond row Ioan Kennedy Teresa Kippur, Mary-lfllnn Krumtuin anti lane Qnn l.owo ttmitttriq tlivii :1lio1'tli.in.i are those tunicr vltrsgz iillltittttli lvtt to rmlzt Quits Buckley ltvvvrly X'l'o3'vt.Q Gorqlttlrto Stiaw BrOOllS klvinivlko Clnytiut Yotinq Georgia Squlvf anti Owplm Sxxxilv Vcrgn' SS Second semester sophomore cabinetmem- bers discuss organizing plans for their class, Left to right are Libby Schleiger, treasurerg Paul Fredstrom, presidentg Fred Brown, vice president. Not in picture: Bob Starr, secre- tarv. SCANN IN G THE FUTURE Completing the first exciting year of senior high life these l8l sophomores have begun the journey upward to higher education. The first semester was spent in getting ac- quainted With Northeast and its various cur- ricular and extra-curricular activities. These underclassmen elected officers the latter part of the year for the purpose of benef fiting pupils entering from different junior high schools. Hbly leading the sophomores the second semester were: Paul Fredstrom, presidentg Fred Brown, vice presidentg Bob Starr, secretaryg and Libby Schleiger, treasurer. Concentrating on their projects at the sewing While Rosemary Paul attempts to get past machines are Donna Dvorak and Ioyce Carter, guard Ruth Finn Pfeifer to make a basket Berne while Dorothy Converse and Marcia Peters listen Bosenquist and Marilyn Pelilcan stand ready to to the advice Mrs. Hnita Bitner gives Ioanne take the ball on the rebound. Young. .A Receiving a practical lesson in parlia- mentary law are these sophomores in Miss Qnne Munsons English class. Ioan Spencer presides with the gavel while Patty Mat- thews, Iill Caddy, and Mary Ieanette Moore act as committee members, Practicing for an assembly are girls glee members, lanice Hinds, Shirley Eisenbarth, Frances Leacock, Carol Ganshorn, and Elaine Hrmstrong. Studying geometry are these sophomore students, tirst row, lront to back: Leone Spencer, Delores Iones, and Norma Swartz- leonard Second row: Flnne Ptggen, and Chester Sautter Third row: Fred Stastny. Margaret Knight weighs Ronald Vogel in the nurses ottice as Ieanette Selk and Glen Churchill wait their turn. Pri gt' 30 rig UL . :Hr J UNICR LEADERS Successfully preparing themselves for senior high, the junior high students completed another year full of classes, clubs, and other activities. Qn important organization was the junior high leadership class, composed of elected rep- resentatives from the various home rooms. This organization, sponsored by Francis Rezek, served as hall monitors during lunch period, and provided tor many junior high parties and activities. H newly organized group, the stamp club, exchanged, displayed, and auctioned stamps. They were sponsored by Miss Helen Dunlap. ln the junior high Spotlights, students proved their ability in piano, singing, dancing, and speech work. Their first big party was the Christmas "fun and dance". On the more cultural side, were the lunior Civic League trips which took them to the city's business houses, hospitals, and libraries. Pu- pils With an interest in the line of art made excursions to Morrill Hall. Looking along the line of music, sports, scholarship, and leadership, one may find the future leaders of Northeast. Planning one of the junior high Rocket Spotlights are first and second semester leadership members, left to right: Francis Rezek, sponsor, Nancy Peters, second semester secretary, Sara Whitlock, first se- mester president, Colleen Turner, first semester sec- retary, Christine Evans, first semester vice president and second semester president, Don Rich, second semester vice president. IUNIOR HIGH LEHDERSHIP CLHSS First row right, left to right: N. Quelvog, R. Prosenquist. Second row: B. Deuser, D. Freclstrom, B. Owen, E. Vergith N. Schwenk, H. Halbert, D. Rich. Third row: R. Livingston, P. Bickforci, C. Turner, R. Lehr l. Haberlan, B. Koenig, I. Rediger. Fourth row: D. Burcham, S. Nickerson, R. Long, K. Pager, P. Peterson, D. Ienkins, B. Maunder. Fifth row: L. Dale, N. Peters, I. Bare, S. Whitlock, S. Lewis R. Van Dusen, K. Read. Sixth row: I. Robson, K. Czapanskiy, I. McCreight, S. McVey R. Franklin, I. Woodcock. Seventh row: S, Benson, M. Rezek, sponsor. ,Qi V J A econd row C Luy Fl Come-11 B B ziler S Whwo R M nm m c 1 Iwfcrshcll S U.'.,:-: ff Clif-'CQ I-ieitz C. Turner, S 1rd row V Gans sponsm I Ferrer B Dem C M PLM or N H g r M Keys f. 51:k1:Ti C Ci. C CO1-3235, N. Cliiiord Fourth row D Mmller D Ccrper V Icmke Go lo 3 e M -x1 P' N Cox 3 ::ss:: ui: C E'.'::s M. Fcseriberger, C. Bryant P Lewls .' :etefs Dligsntly 'urcfkixg C: their Halloween 'issks are fE1FPl ' ii:' high art studenis. Iumcr EXXQHK fi'..ie:1,s 'Meet :fiends sid ex- lmnge :lex-fs as " 1: their :text Tux: STRMP CLUB First row. lei! to right: 'ff .... .is lflaticl Tru .x v:.15-1' :mix fxf5G.:'.:" ...Ta V11 Standing: m V R' Sr.: E1::kc'.1 Saiph U0 ,Z x 'E ' x "'.,:o Xxpslar ' M N .i Sak Carol ' ' rx -vs' ws X ,I+ Q .fit . ......:, rxI.n 1 x ,ff ,,,..4w, 'F ,J 1 'fr 2.fffff51!f-f'-X l f ' V Mffiirvx I -' ig , 37 ' ,124 1' Jt + gm .ff ' f -if Z ! Hg x , 5 - 1' , r 1 1 . ! ' ,ff .' V q f 7 X '. ' 51 1 - . 7' V x F 1 5 K T I I! E M 1 ,ffm 'f Z 'Ai "'V ' -Y A V i 4. f ..,X I Y, I f N1 . M1 -. 3' it JJ' 1 2 fy . iff' gov wmffzi v-MW' , V..' QE' T' A W I 'ff , 1 V I 1 , ,zfaffj V f 1 1 'fsq-,iz I I , Q 2 , X 1 5 jf bg 1 L , F- ., , , if ,' :ff kgs at , .,:KJ,, Q , Y , "1 U Q17 B H' -?"' - 'H' V ' .Q..- , : Hu lk ni ' E ,Q TIME OUT FOR Northeast has always had a variety ot fine, interesting assemblies tor the benefit ot stu- dents and teachers alike, and the school year ot l948-1949 was no exception, Speakers ot interest are always included on the assembly schedule. Hmong those Who spoke this year were Dr. G. Rosenlot, director ot admissions at Nebraska Universityg Rever- end Lloyd Rising, pastor at First Methodist churchg Miss Marcella Slajchert, successful Northeast alurnnag Reverend lohn Wichelt, pas- tor ot the First Evangelical United Brethren churchg Dr. Rudolph Fredstrom ot Nebraska Wesleyang and Carl H. Peterson, agent tor the state Game and Porestation commission. Top picture: The band plays their version ct "St, Louis Blues Match cluruig the halt ot the FGITPHTX game while the student body keeps time , Second picture: Hccepttztg the l9-19 lcdsketball trophies are loft to rtgltt Paul Froclstrcxtt ltoldittg the llitztrict tt-oplty, Principal Rolcizt lxltckls Rott Butler and Coat-lt llawsori llttwkttts holding the State trophy and lack Wood ltulduui tltv lxltd lost troplxy Panel: Not-tltoast stutlvutrr twrtotttt at one of the tttdltt' llockut Spotlttrltt tttlvut sltoxxw: Bottom picture: Sotiltotttorv Pep cluli zttczxtliors Rur- lutttt lllttvklutttt lo tltut ltlultlvt' tltutv tlqtzutt Put lXflttltltuxt'1: livrttv llvsvttqtttst ltttttcwir ltxtctwk dT1Cl lwllwtittv Ytttttuw tmtttst- at tltv door tts tltcx' lvuvv tm .tu out ot tuwu trttttur Notutptcttttviltutttic Owens, ENTERTAINMENT Entertainment is also ot prime importance. On the musical side, were the exchange as- sembly from lincoln Central, the Christmas Vesper service, a junior high Rocket Spotlight, two senior high Rocket Spotlights, the Wes- leyan girls glee club, and an Hlumni Spot- light. Pep rallies added immeasurably to the suc- cess ot Northeast's teams. Highlights were the visits ot Nebraska basketball coach l-larry Good and Cornhuskers 'lBus" Whitehead and Claude Rethertord, the many Pep club skits, and the Victory rally atter the state tourna- ments, at which time the three new trophies which had been won during the basketball season were presented to the school. Top picture: Mrs. Mabel Thompson and Miss locy Carter lead the student body at the St, Patricks day Creighton Prep rally with Miss l'O'Carter's" "Get a Rat Trap" yell. Second picture: Qppearing on one of the many in- teresting assembly programs at Northeast is the Wes- leyan girls glee club and their director, Miss Mary Holden. Bottom picture: Modern problems classes display their occupational exhibits at Open House. ir? If A 1--1 NEVER AN The twenty-one different clubs and organi- zations of Northeast have always played an integral part in school life, and their parties and activities are Widely attended and en- joyed. flctivities, such as the movies sponsored by The Northeastern and Rocket staffs, and the N club carnival gave students varied recreation Top picture: The Hi-Y faculty golf tournament was great sport. iulius Humann demonstrates the art oi driving, or divoting to Hi-Y members as his faculty teammates give him moral support. Second picture: Ptnticipating a long-remembered Sneak day full of fun are a portion of Northeasts seniors preparing to leave the school building. Third picture: Sock dancel Dance in your stocking feet after checking your shoes with the attendants in lU5, This group of Hgoers' loclcs over the rows of shoes, and more shoes, Bottom left picture: N club and Pep club members gather behind the school on the day of their joint picnic. Soon they'll be oft to the park . . . for the food, Bottom right picture: Scenery for the operetta must be ready on time, so art classes, under the direction ol Miss Verna Mae Miles work long hours painting the mountains and making the cabin IDLE MCIVIENT after school. The Pep club-N club picnic pro- vided the members of these clubs With a chance to "meet and eat." FFR conventions, vesper services, and a debate tournament introduced many new friends to Northeast. Hub club, an organization active during the basketball season, functioned after most home games and was attended by dance-loving fans. Top picture: Penguin members, under the direction of Mrs. Virginia Roberts, hold an after-school Work out in drill formation. Second picture: Bob Lee, center, Northeast chapter FFR president is greeted by State treasurer Hubert Spanel and State reporter Larry Collins. Northeast cabinet members Fred Stastny, Leon Kreiner, Bob Phillips, and Merwyn Davidson await their turn to be introduced at the District FFR convention at North east, March 19. Third picture: Cast members of the one-act play "The Valiant", are, left to right: Ierry Krieger, guard Bob Ieambey, the Reverend, Harvey Goth, Warden Bob Bird, prisonerp and Io Myler, long-lost sister Bottom left picture: Leadership class prepares for the Basketball alumni dance With Nadine Severns, Dick Bartels, Fred Stastny, Pat Hansen, Marilyn Peirce and Frances Leacock constructing the queens entrance. Bottom right picture: These hard-working annual staff members put the finishing touches on the Rocket in another after-school session. iii. Ianet McKinney defends Bob learribey, as lerry Krieger, Nancy Young, DeLoris Monia, and Karolyn Burton Watch, in a scene from Q the first semester play, "Rarnshaclcle Inn." LIGHTS, CURTAIN, ACTION Entertainment at its best, for students and patrons alikeethat is the theme of Northeast high's many musical and dramatic perform- ances. The all-school plays, the operetta, and the instrumental music departrnent's annual spring concert not only provided entertainment but gave instruction and experience to eager students in the fields of music and drama. Three one-act plays were presented by the dramatics classes. These included "The Vali- ant," a dramag "The Wonder Hat," a comedy, and 'lWomen of ludgrnentf' a mystery. 'Ttamshaclcle Inn" and "Every Family Has Une," a mystery and a comedy respectively, were given by casts chosen from the entire stu- dent body. The plays were under the direc- tion of Mrs. Elizabeth Reeder, instructor oi speech. Cast members, left to right: Qnita France, lna Yount, lohn Whitlock, Mary Ieanette Moore, Fred Brown, Grace Taylor, Glenn Rosenguist, Phyllis Schock, from the alleschool play, "Every Family Has One". Karolyn Burton, lack Sterkel, and Don Dugan enact a scene Iunior high students give "En- trance March ot the Peers" their rapt attention in a musical program presented by the orchestra. The background is provided by scenery being rejuvenated tor the coming all-school play. A 'W Trumpeteers, Ronnie Trombla, Bob Dappen, and Ierry Fairchild begin the school day with the "call to colors," a tradition in the lives of Northeast students. Hats are off for the grand finale, as the cast and chorus hail the heroine ot the l949 musical, "Meet Qri zona" at the "Ride 'em Hard Dude Ranch". The eighty-tive member cast of the annual operetta was under the direction ot Mrs. Velma Snook, head of Northeast's vocal music department. The instrumental music Was provided by the orchestra, directed by Vernon Forbes, Miss Verna Miles and the senior high art department were responsible tor the authentic Qrizona background. Burl Kreps, second semester N. club president, presents a bouquet ot roses to Karolyn Burton, l949 basketball queen, as Bon Butler, and Scotty Wil- loughby, obscured by Kreps, honorary co-captains, watch the proceedings, 7 5 L Top leit picture: Dancing at Cotner Terrace after the football banquet are the queen, her attendants, and their dates, left to right: Glenn Rosenquist, Nadine Severnsg Ronnie Butler, lanis Blessing, queen, Hnn Lambert, and Q1 Hartman. lanis Blessing, center, reigns as football queen at the annual football banquet. She is attended by honorary co- captain, lack Thomas, attendants Hnn Lambert and Nadine Severns, and honorary co-captain, lohn Niederhause. HOPS CF Presentation ot the football co-captains, queen, and attendants . . . crowning ot the basketball queen . . . announcement ot the King of l-learts and the winning corsages, the most original and prettiest, at the Turnabout . . , the last dance tor the graduating students, the all important junior-senior prom . . . all ot these events will be memories for years to come, Each year the respective teams choose a football queen, a basketball queen and co- DCIVICWQ to llle music Of GGY Felftlfleflti During the lunch hour, the high spot cf orchestra at the annual Basketball alumni 11,9 dgyy this pt,-Wfcgm ig gt-,Q 50930 Cf gtgmg- dance are these Northeast students and mg Quit pmqpm-,gl grads, Bud Benedict and lim Cederdahl lucky winners of the prettiest and most original corsages at the annual Turnabout dance beam at originators Barbara Farmer and Barbara Crowe Top right picture H few ot the many couples at the Turnabout sponsored by the Rockettes, Northeast Senior high Pep club, dance in the girls' gym to the strains of Stardust. Frilly paper hearts with the names ot couples attending decorated the walls. THE YEAR captains tor both sports. Ht the Turnabout, sponsored by the Rockettes, the girls in at- tendance select their King ot Hearts from a tield ot tour nominated by the Pep club. Social events close with the traditional junior-senior prom, sponsored by the juniors tor the senior class. The Sock dance, given by the Northeastern statt, proved to be the most hilarious ot the year , . . dancing in stocking teet was a new experience tor all in attend- ance. Holding their prizes are Iill Caddy and Iohn Niederhause, who wore the prettiest and most original socks, respectively, at the Northeast sponsored Sock dance. i i Q ff Q' . Evonne Ferguson, second se- mester Pep club president, presents the silver cup to l949 King of Hearts, Ronnie Willet. Dick Bartels, Marlene Spencer "sit this one out" at the l949 junior-senior banquet. Rosie Eitel, Rodney Rieke, and X 5 , ,W Z, . 1217945 141' W' ,T"wiw,s we 7, gm. C 17' Q1 x lx' li 9 K-5 is--..t.., - , ,V ,WA , 4 ,Mx 4 If ' s 5' r 4 Q , , , Z! ff , 0 , fm fpy, in FM 05,1 ,, WNW vi ' 3 X I' MT' M xr "ti 91, ? fl MV ' IR ' 2 First row, left to right: May attendants lane Firm Lowe, Mary Hnn Dickinson, Maxine Gres, train bearer, crown bearers, train bearer, Yvonnie Yanney, Marlyn Kritner, Shirley Helm, Barbara Crowe, pages Nancy and Norma Hageman Second row: Ruthe Rosenquist, Colleen Turner, Sara Whitlock, Pat Matthews, lo Mohler, Rosie Eitel, queen Barbara Bollen, princess Ninette Quelvog, Vera Ianke, Barbara Blackbutn, Martha Hattshorn, Mary Keys, Nancy Tracy, MAY BEAUTIES REIGN Northeasts traditional May Pete, a program dedicated to good health, was again held in all its beauty and color. High point ot the day was the crowning ot the May queen, a senior girl, who, alter meet- ing certain scholastic and health standards, was chosen loy popular vote ot her classmates, Q May princess, chosen trom the ninth grade, tour attendants trom each senior high grade, and two attendants trom each junior high grade were also elected. The program consisted ot various dances and athletic performances by junior and senior high boys and girls, and the May Pole dance by Child Center pupils. Students ol Child Center perform the May Pole dance at the annual May Pete, Bottom left picture: Girls lrom the physical education department waltz and tap to the tune ol "Cruising clown the River as their part in thc May clay program Bottom right picture: lxloinbcrs at the newly organized girls tumbling club pay homage to the royal court as they make one ot their tor- malions. Z K X TAKING THE LEAD The student leadership class ot Northeast high school Hshall promote the Weltare ot the school and assist in conducting the atfairs thereot' '... thus begins the constitution ot the all-important governing body ot Northeast . . . the student leadership class. Policing the halls at lunch time . . . purchas- ing a tape recorder tor the school . . . selling concessions at games . . . promoting good as- semblies, such as the Rocket Spotlights, and exchange assemblies . , . sponsoring the Basketball Pllumni dance . . . supervising the activities ot Hub club . . . constitute a tew ot the outstanding activities ot the leadership class ot '48-'49, One ot the important tasks ot the year was the rewriting ot the leadership constitution concerning the election ot leadership officers. The tirst time in the history ot the school, the entire student body participated in the election ot officers. The constitution was also revised concerning the election ot club otticers, honor- ary queens, and attendants, Under the guidance ot Iulius Hurnann, spon- sor, the various homeroom and organization representatives which make up the leadership class completed a very successful year. FIRST SEMESTER LEADERSHIP CLHSS First row, iron! to back: IT. Yost, li. lloll, 'o Second row: I7 Moma, lt Bullet, I5 Hvvliq Third row: H Knowles, I Mylar, P llansvu Fourth row: I Corlorclahl, IW, llatimqlon, fl llcnvcrrz I 'ocliuvpt I Pope L Kivmo: ,lt llallmxuiy M Vmico H l'ulw.1:.is -. - , , . . ,llisliop L1 htvplwris M ln-tqack rl Fc: Fifth row: G. Hosrrnquusl, N. Suvmns, 'I' Vim-1 I Lawn ' Page 44 SECOND SEMESTER LEHDEHSHIP CLHSS First row, left, front to back: D. Nealy, H, Voller, B. Harrison, E, Doll, L. Kreiner. Second row: D, Rankin, F. Stastny, B. Hathaway, N. Severns, R. Eitel. Third row: I. Hinds, Y. Yanney, D. Dugan, P. Hansen, D. Bcrrtels. Fourth row: S. Heim, M. Peirce, C, Sautter, F. Leacock, M. Hartshorn. Fifth row: S. McGrath, M. Hecht, L. Lehr, I. Flrnend. First semester leadership class officers are, left to right: lim Cederdahl, treasurer, Glenn Rosenquist, president, Ed Doll, vice president, and Io Myler, secretary. 3 Second semester leadership officers check over the school calendar with Iulius Hurnann. Left to right: Shirley Heirn, treasurer, Dick Bar- tels, vice president, Iunior Hrriend, secretary, and Pat Hansen, president. Page uv .n Making plans for the debate tournament co-sponsored by Lincoln Central a'd trenc- .. .x,...i east are debate squad members: Bob Sandstedt, Bob Banks Melvin Ifeurian, Bill Stock- feld, Iohn Heeckt, Fon Mclvlahon, lack Bailsbaclc, Marg' Mccre and Mrs Elizabeth Reeder, sponsor. PROVING THEIR OINT Trips to various debate tournaments and the Fine Qrts festival at the University ot Ne- braska Were the l948-49 highlights ot Northf east's debate squad, With Mrs. Elizabeth Reeder as adviser, the teams completed one of their most successful seasons. Debating the auestion: "Resolved that the United Nations should be revised into a ledf eral World governmcntn, the sauad traveled to Omaha and Hastings and played lrornt to several outfot-town teams at Nortlrt-assi Their first meet ol tlie ycar was tlio iriviltr tional tournament lreld at Qrrialra Tcclr, vvlrivlr l t s i e atb l is an annual affair. Later in the year, the sauad participated in a panel discussion at the Uni versity of Nebraska. The highlight of the debaters season was the practice tcurrrazxient held Xlarch 25th with Northeast and Lincoln Central as co-hosts to fourteen fciiccls from eastern Nebraska an vxestcrn lotta. rl more ox onsite l't7GGCl1 pr-carazti has been rrlarirrud tc: rtcxt your :ncludinc extemporan train: flrmwikiritz oriainal oratory cratorica rt atlrntr lrrrriivroirfr rfaazna drarnatics discus -'wir rivrni rxmrfiirtti, rsctry '.riteTg'!'etatiO11 and ti ltr tizziiiur ratiutilqrrm l'xrrw.:-rzm 'till xzvxrrr st: wcrlsl govern- rm-ut rr ttnlxtmt.-1 Fri' lkxrzkr: liuviewrrtqtlieir rwlrv til th itmiil t-,: mv Bair Snrzttisttxit Bill K , , .riot-Ltr ati .uni ltfrivxw Nr-rzttrtixi CURTAIN . . . GOING UP "To recognize and promote significant stu- dent achievement in any area of speech in the high school," is the object and main purpose of the up-and-coming Masque and Gavel-ers. Meeting the last Monday of every month, they had time fpr play as well as work. Mixing "morbid murders" and "crazy cranks", screams and laughter filled the audi- torium air at their performance of "Ram- shackle Inn." "Something new" was ushered in as dram- atists took part in a speaking choir. Pl one-act play, "Orchids for Thanksgiving" was pre- sented at the assembly observing that day. R play was also given at the Christmas as- sembly. Members "gave their best" for the spring production, 'Every Family has Cine." Several new members were initiated at the regular meeting held in late May. Students Ready to make another transcription on their Wire recorder are Masque and Gavel officers, left to right: Io Myler, first semester vice president, Ina Yount, second semester president, Georgia Squier, second semester treasurer, Barbara Garrett, first semester secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Reeder, sponsor, lanet Mc- Kinney, second semester vice president, Del..oris Monia, second semester secretary, and lack Sterkel, first semester president. Who Were outstanding in speech Work during the school year were invited to join. Hn all-school ticket selling contest was sponsored by Masque and Gavel to promote better attendance of plays. The senior class Won the traveling plague by selling 298 tickets. This contest will become an annual event. By these activities, club members ended their third year With honors, success, and fun behind them. MHSQUE HND GHVEL First row, left to right: Betsey Hines, Io Myler, Pat Dormer, Karolyn Burton, Sue Phillips, Sharon Kemper. Second row: Ianet McKinney, Marlene Spencer, Barbara Garrett, Ruth Knowles, DeLoris Monia, Marilyn Miller. Third row: Elizabeth Reeder, sponsor, lack Sterkel, Ierry Krieger, Roland Barron, Rodney Rieke, Bob Nelson, Ina Lou Yount. W4 FFR cabinet members are, left to right: Iack Railsback, news re- porter, Leon Kreiner, secretary, Bob Lee, president, Duane Everrett, vice president, Dale Childress, treasurer, and Lloyd Schmadeke, instructor. ASPIRING AGRICULTURALISTS Really "bringin' home the bacon", the Northeast chapter of the Future Farmers of Hmerica returned from the State Fair with purple, blue, red, and white ribbons tor their swine and cattle, and medals tor showmanship. Via the "coke-men" Who were seen at many ot the football games, they purchased their own Wire recorder and contributed Sl3U toward the school recorder. Qttending a Father and Son banquet . . . holding public speaking, creed speaking, and project book contests . . . giving huge teeds at Thanksgiving and Christmas . . . initiating new members . . . all go into the busy, pros- perous year ot the FFQ. ln the contest tor otticers at the district 2 convention they placed two tirsts, and Were well represented at the state convention. FUTURE FHRMEHS OF HMERICH First row, left to right: I. Bailsback, L Kreiner, B Lee, D. Everrett, D Childress, L. Schmade-ke instruccr Second row: L. Iantze, R. Berg, L. Lamason, D. Ritchey, M. McClellen, C Owen D Dormer' V Dormer I Buevgenbach Third row: G. Bennett, G, Werwel, D. Walker, I Holden, M Sipp, W Smith D Blank B Thompson Fourth row: F. Stastny, G. Delisi, D Fitz, I. Pelan, B Phillips, D. Hhoacles, H McBride F Sheldcn O Ninnsman D. Buckley. Fifth row: K. Smith D. Sorensen, I. Lee, M C1erlsch,l-t P1ckel,lvl Davidson P Milton M Vllolts I Iantie K Schaepe L Barnhill 1 . 4' Z, ,,, ,S 0, t X ff 453 10 ft NK Z 4 MA, X NORTHEHSTERN STAFF Left to right: Kathy Grabill, first and second semester third page editor, second semester business manager, Norman Dreeszen, first semester photographer, Sue Phillips, first semester activity column, business manager, second semester associate editor, Hoyt Hultherg, first and second semester sport page editor, sports columng Glenn Rosenquist, first semester associate editor, junior high column, second semester editor-in-chief, class notes, sports column, Betty Hathaway, first semester first page editor, class notes, second semester second page editor, junior high columnp Miss Marie Woerner, adviser, Mary Lou Magorian, first semester editor-in-chief, second semester first page editor, Nancy Young, first semester second page editor, second semester activities column. ALL-AMERICAN IVIEDALISTS Working under a handicap . . . that of hav- ing only seven staff members . . . the l948-49 Northeastern staff bi-weekly edited a four page issue of The Northeastern, with various extras for occasions such as the first day of school, Plpril l:ool's, and May day. Six-pages were made up for the two spe- cial editions of the year . . . the Christmas and senior issues, Hll-Plmerican Honor rating was again awarded The Northeastern by the National Looking over dummy pages for the next edition of The Northeastern are Glenn Rosenquist, second se- mester editor, Miss Marie Woerner, adviser, and Mary Lou Magorian, first semester editor. Page 49 Scholastic Press association, and the Columbia Press association rated it a Medalist news- paper. The staff pxarticipated in many activities throughout the school year. Besides sponsor- ing two movies and the Sock dance, they en- tered several journalistic contests. One of these was the Nebraska High School Press conven- tion held on the University of Nebraska cam- pus where staff members brought home one first, three second, and two third prizes. vim 5 . N CLUB First row, left to right: B, Galloway, spon- sor, F. Siastny, G. Bingham, G. Peck, B. Bradsby, I. Thomas, G. Stephens, D. Everrett, I. Neiderhause, L. Teply, sponsor, Second row: T. Freet, K. Smith, H. Goth, D. Lemon, E. Doll, I Cederdahl, L, Seng, H. Hultloerq, I. Messervey, spon- sor. Third row: D Hawkins, sponsorg E Glass, I. Story, P Fredstrom, D. Kline, B Kreps, G. Clifford, S Willoughby, H Butler, F, Rezek, sponsor, I. Wood Members of N clubs second semester cabinet, on their Way to basketball practice, discuss the coming N club carnival. Left to right are: Hoyt Hultberg, vice president, Burl Kreps, president, and Iack Wood, secretary- treasurer. .V N club cabinet members and sponsors for the first se- mester are, left to right' Dawson Hawkins, spansorg Hoyt Hultloerg, secretary, Ronnie Butler, president, Iack Weed vice president, and Bernard Galloway sponsor Nei in pre- ture' Iohn Niederhause, treasurer. EARN IN G RECOGNITION lt was a successful year for tlie N club, under tlie leadership of Ron Butler, president first semester and Burl Kreps presi- dent second semester, These were tlie boys who excelled on tfie sports field, whether it was tlie aridiron, the basketball court, or the Cinder track. fl five-inan teain of sponsors' -Bun Galloway. Duwdr Hawkins, Max Resell, lack lxfesservey, and Lawrence Teplet' lent the encouraaeinent and advice that helped the club PPO- mote sports tliroualiout the sclieol year. The climax of tlie year Caine wlien the boys put OU their annual N club carnival Tlien out came the water tubs for the penny pitch, and all tlie otlier 'skill' booths. H sunny Wednesday found tlieiu picniclcina with the airls at llie N club- Pcp club picnic. Iltlyt' ITU I'I"S ALL YCURS Yes, it's all yours now . . . this '49 Rocket, jam-packed With pictures, information. . . everything you'll Want to remember of the 1948-'49 school year. Your Rocket is more than just a yearbook . . it's hours spent by staff members planning . . . and then replanning . . . photographers hurrying from room to room taking informal shots . . . endless trips to the Iournal with pic- tures and copy . . . room 3lU, a beehifle of actiyity first period and after school . . . there were hours . . . days , . . eleven in all, spent forming the Rocket . . . but and grew . . . until now it is complete and ready to take its place in your treasure chest of memories. Yes, months it grew W- Going over the dummy pages for the yearbook are: Pat Hansen, associate edi- tor, Betty Hathaway, managing editor, Miss Marie Woerner, adviser, and Yvonnie Yan- ney, editor. 1949 ROCKET STRFF Editor-in-chief ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,y, Managing editor ..... Hsociate editor .,,. Editors Senior .....,,.. Class ...... Feature ..,..,.,. Organization ..,... ,... Sports ......., Hdvertising ...,. Copy ..........,... Circulation ..,... Plrt ...,..,,.....,. Ffdviser ROCKET STHFF .........Yvonnie Yanney .........Betty Hathaway .........Patricia Hansen ..,...,...Barbara Dorsey Phyllis Tyler , .....,....,. Sarah McGrath Berneta Rosenquist Dorothy Strawser Mary Finn Dickinson Ierry Krieger .. Shirley Heim Mary Lou Magorian Eldona Schell ......Glenn Rosenquist Ronnie Willet .........Barbara Garrett Marlyn Kritner ...........Bob Ieambey Io Finn Luschei Myler Caroline Ross Dick Nealy Miss Marie Woerner First row. left to right: I. Krieger, R. Willet, S. McGrath, B. Hathaway, Y, Yanney, P. Hansen, S. Heim, B. Rosenquist, M. Dickinson Second row: M. Magorian, E. Schell, C1. Rosenquist, P. Tyler, D. Strawser, M. Woerner, adviser, B. Dorsey, I. Myler, N. Dreeszen C. Ross, M. Kritner, B. Ieambey, I. Luschei, D. Nealy. Not in picture: B. Garrett, P. Kuhner. Planning a swimming exhibition to be given for the parents and patrons of Northeast at Open House are first semester Penguin officers: Barbara Farmer, presidentg Fon McMahon, secretary, Mrs. Virginia Roberts, sponsor, Sara Whitlock, treasurerg Marlene Spencer, program chairmang and lean Sandstedt, vice president. XVI: s Q ' 3- .A-. IVIERE-MAIDS Swimming . . . that's what 25 mem- bers ol the Penguin club call their favorite sport. The Penguin club draws its members from both junior and senior high school. During the year the organization added to the entertainment of the school by presenting an agua program for Open House visitors, preparing a pep rally skit, sponsoring safety swim Week, and a date swim. Several Penguin members, as a result of their experience gained in the club, were eligible for Life Saving classes at Lincoln high. Led by first and second semester presidents Barbara Farmer and Barbara Bollen and sponsored by Mrs, Virginia Roberts, this active organization met every Tuesday after school, Organizing the March date swim are sec- ond semester Penguin cabinet members, standing, left to right: Marcia Peters, Vice presidentg Marlene Spencer, program chair- mong lanet McKinney, treasurerq and Bar- bara Bollen, president. Seated: lean Sand- stedt, secretary. PENGUINS First row. left to right: P Converse M Spencer M. Pt,-urls, W Shttoy Second row: S ltilc ll. lxtclnicsh M Peirce Stanton, F. McMahon l Sandstoat S 'Whitlessz M Keys, B ltnthaway l lxicihzirtey F Crowe l ltartloy H. Butler Third row: I time C Willmiizs B Farmer, C. Call, H. Portion , Z. . 5 0 1 -'7 2 i .f I Z Q . w 4 . f X 0 C 5' , NV, I . 1 A if . Q r A , 4 my First semester Bockette cabinet and spon- sors are, lett to right: Mrs. Velma Snook, spon- sor, Eldona Schell, treasurer, Barbara Dorsey, secretary, Yvonnie Yanney, vice presidentg Nadine Severns, president, and Mrs. Helen Krause, sponsor. Second semester Pep club cabinet members are: Barbara Farmer, vice president, Evonne Ferguson, president, Karolyn Burton, secretary. Not in picture: Lorraine Yannev, treasurer. ONWARD ROCKETTES Hlfostering school spirit . . . serving North- east at all times . . . promoting good sports- manship' '... Wearing the correct unitorm . . making bus trips to out ot town games . shouting themselves hoarse tor the school . . . presenting skits at pep rallies . . . planning the tootball banquet at Cotner Terrace . . . spon- soring the Turnabout dance . . . stutting at the annual Pep club-N club picnic . . . so advanced the calendar ot activities tor the Northeast Boclcettes, sponsored by Mrs. Velma Snook and Mrs. Helen Krause, and led the tirst semester by Nadine Severns and the second by Evonne Ferguson. HOCKETTES First row, left to right: l. Lowe, S. McGrath, C. Besse, Fl. O'l-lara, B. Crowe, K. Burton, Y. Yanney, Pl. Flckerman, M. Dickinson, P, Schock, R. Kruse. Second row: W. Craig, l. Myler, S. Phillips, B. Hearn, P. Greer, S. Heim, l. Draper, B. Farmer, M. Pappas, K. Young, H. Krause, sponsor. Third row: I. Cooper, M. Slaughter, D. Gardner, K. Bertenshaw, S. Kemper, K. Grabill, B. Hathaway, S. Beavers, E. Schell, I. Iohn- son, V. Snook, sponsor. , i Fourth row: E Ferguson, M Kritner, P. Babbitt, N. Young, I. Blessing, l. Vejraska, N. Severns, F. Hansen, I. Younr, B. Ball, B. Dorsey. A l K A A-. ' X Tiff , Q X Z i 1 5 eo sa Discussing musicol arrangements are these members of the band cabinet, seated left to right Bob Dappen, first semester vice president, lerry lnbody, second semester president, Vernon Forbes, directorg lohn Whitlock, first semester president, lean Sandstedt, second semester secretary-trecis urer, and Faye Hannon, first semester sec- retary-treasurer. Second rowi Kent Phillips, second semester librarian, Ronnie Becker, first and second semester property manager, Ronald Goin, first semester librariartg lack Sterkel, second semester vice president, and Bus Forbes, student director, MARCHING TO MUSIC Participating with forty-two state high school bands at the University of Nebraska Band day, traveling to out-of-town football games, and taking part in several musical pro- grams during the year, the band, under the direction of Vernon Forbes showed superior playing and marching ability. These fine mu- sicians displayed snappy formations during the football season by providing halftime en- tertainment at all home games, and the Crete game, there. Throughout the basketball season the band gained state-Wide recognition for both their march and swingtime music at home games and the state tournament. These energetic students often held before- school practices at 8:00 in the morning to per- fect songs and formations. Use Highlighting a successful school year band presented its annual spring concert, truly proving itself the pride of the school. Banu First row, left to right: B. Harrison, B. Sundstedt, I Snndsteclt, C Lux M Olson N Schwenk F Hannon Second row: L. "' K6 bolz, S. Lewis, L. Green, G. Simpson, I Doll, R, Martin, K Hatfield P Goin P Lohman l Sterkei C Xeweil Sx s Third row: B, Payn, I. Bare, S. Leuhr, Fl May, Pl. France, P Mathers l Fairchild E Popper: 7 'vK'!:-dock F Trcxtbl Preparing to begin their regular practice session are members ot the string quartet, left to right: Donna Gardner, Muriel Ioy, Iim Christensen, and Velda Stonecypher. Twirlers for the school year include, lett to right: Beverly Weyers, Io Hnn Parrott, Shirley Heeckt, Marilyn Miller, Dorothy Carn- mel, Patty Hoefs, Phyllis Dudley, and drum majorette Barbara Bollen. R. Magorian, W. Garner, F. Brown, H, Wuster, B. Koenig, B. Benedict, H. Selle, Q. Halbert, L. Petersen, S. Lucke, W. Smith, G Everrett, I. Caddy, R. Cameron, M. Schwenk. Fourth row: I. Tangeman, R. Hill, I. Kauer, H, Thrapp, B. McMahon, C. Lapp K. Phillips, B. Brown, R, Becker. I. Hyland, W. Taylor, D. Squires, R. Scattergood, I. lnbody, I, Krieger, B. Whitla, V. Forbes director, E. Doll, G. Bitney, R. Goin, D. Bartels, V. Forbes. are Orchestra first and second semester cabinet members are, first row, left to right: M. Schwenk, B. Rosenquist, V. Forbes, instructor, D. Gardner, P. Dormer, cmd S. Heim. Back row, left to right: B. Forbes, P. Powell, B. Dcxppen, R. Becker, B. Harri- son, E. Doll, and D. Bortels. 'tx ORCHESTHH First rowuteft to right.: 2 Garizer M joy Fx. Ruby VJ, Ne-L. man uf. Sicneoypzer K. Read f.Chris1eDse:. Second row: E. Fosexcjgrst Vi. G'1fT:.l',El' M. Christense:,1.l. Knape M Hutchirzsczi S 'Whitlock S.?o1veQ1 M.IQL:t'.1: M Keys M Cox 3. Koontz Third row: C Garlcw ". fanlre I Ritierbzrg L. Mever CCQ15 man ff Tracy E.E:rr1sc: S. Lewis f. Marshall, If. Ercwx: Nineteen forty-nine saw tlie orchestra, un- der the direction of Vernon Forbes, increased to sixty-one pieces. making it the largest North- east has ever had. Many hours cf practice prepared the cr- cheslra tor public appearances made several trmes during the Year. Programs at Teachers convention, two V-esper concerts the Christmas program, a school assembly coniznericement. and the music icr tooth all-school plays hiatt- ltolrted the orchestras year. INSTRUMENTQI. MUSIC h First row. left to right: G F5575 ' C31 1: f:f'1:cr.s f. 'szisizzs l Kose l S: frzro' Second row: lx Fastow H f31".s'fr:sc:i T Kfirsp 1' Pens- t-mnm l H't'cn.mxvo-th C :incurs 1. XKJTCIX 7 Ncffeigii l HC-l':-on M Koytfr I l3..i.w' X fxf:'NPT P Hoi Third row: G Vosiv' G E3 f E' Klart K Hai- I "'-hx , B I ' 'V ,. . ,Q ,p I. Caddy, R. Harms, M. Schwenk, lil. Magorian, I. Price, R. Everett, G. Simpson, L. Roeder, I. McCutchan. Fourth row: N. Magnuson, Q. Dappen, R. Schropf, R. Taylor, S. Heim, D. Williams, B. Hendrix, V. Forbes, D. Bartels, P. Powell, E. Doll, H. Goth, M. Moore, I. Fairchild, B. Dappen. Fifth row: K. Phillips, C. Lundy, R. Becker, V. Forbes, director, S. Draper, M. Hooper, H. Spicknall. Not in picture. H. Snyder. OR STRINGS Iourneying to York in March, they attended the Mid-East instrumental music festival. The instrumental music class is composed ot beginners and intermediate students and is maintained tor the purpose ot giving these be- ginners a foundation tor the advanced musical classes. ' Pls each member improves, he is promoted to the advanced group When a vacancy occurs. held R. Stimbert, G. Iohnson, I. Rhoden, M. Morrison, L. Delaney, I. Gould, M. Rich, O. Hansen, I. Bassler, M. Root, H. Stimbert, I. Ragan, B. Ienkins, I. Cary. Fourth row: S. Hile, R. Franklin, I. Wachtel, D. Delioer, D. Voils, I. Igou, D. Whitney, R. Christensen, B. Ingham, B. Burnham, D. Miller, G. Rogers, I. Childress, M. Dittman, L. Hillier, H. McMahon, H. Reitz, C. Nagel, R. Rosenquist, H. Selk, S. Welty, K. Moore, L. Bowker, T. Pavey, M. Schock, G. Hn- derson. Standing: R. Hutman, E. Iorgensen, D. Shaw, lil. Boyd, I. Cole- man, D. Trombla, M. Mitchell, D. Seng, R. Krurntum, V. Forbes, instructor. instrumental music l and 2 cabinet members are, iirst row, left to right: R. Franklin, I. Robson, I. Bassler, I. Coleman, D. Trombla, D. Seng, M. Mitchell, I. Rhoden, I. Spencer, and R. l-IotMann. Back row, left to right: V. Forbes, instructor, N. Morrison, G. Burcham, D. Whitney, R. Christensen, R. Stimbert, and M. Root. Planning Ways to finish paying lor their new robes are first and second semester choir officers: Barbara Farmer, first semester secretary-treasurer, Bud Bene- dict, first semester president, Dick Kline, second se- mester president, Ianis Blessing, second semester vice president. Not in picturet Mary Qnn Dickinson, sec- ond semester secretary-treasurer. SINGING ALONG Eighty choir members, 79 girls glee mem- bers, triple trio, and boys quartet compose the vocal music department, under the direction ot Mrs. Velma Snook. The vocal department sang for Cpen l-louse, the Christmas program, and several assemblies during the year. CHDIR This department sold concessions for the Crete basketball game to pay tor robes par chased last year. "Meet Hrizonaw, the operetta, held Nay 5 climaxed a year ot hard work. Ist row. left to right: M, Sabin, B, Taylor, C lones, C. Livingston, C Wllltatns, l' Cornell G 'itil lf P C' B. Braziel, D. Pokorny, N. tones, B. Qlcorn, M Prfltlcan, S McGrath, lf Scltlnmot tl Gtlltsyto S Plntltps K Ftxic Second row: P, Shafer, F. Hlllier, B ltnarn, B. Bolton, P Groot, M Kttttmt, P Schlvavtnnlctt P lxtctky H M L T. Bogge, B. Benedict, L. Holscher, B Dorsey, B. Lodwtq, C Shaw, O Swalv, P Matthews Third row: I. Geis, C. Everson, K. Grabxll, S Kemps-u, 'l' Ktppm, It Godtroy I Mottlm G liasocrnns 3 Coils F Weed N 1 R. Grell, B. Worley, B. Barron, B. Farmer, N, Yottna, I, Blr-sauna B Bttuckbtirn, M Dickinson l Cwons Fourth row: D. Craig, E Ferguson, P. Moore, P Babbitt, C Taytm, I Whitlock l' Glass G Ftnqtngnz T K.-:na F Keys P. Ftedstrom, N. DeBoer, D. Worcester, C. Clmuvtonl, ll. Qdamn, M. Slaughter, Pt Coll X' Sneak spouse: L 4 - - -1t:'l ?ILf'f .' I . L emi V ...aa GIRLS GLEE First row, lett to right: Pl. Cornell, H. Poskochil, D. Cammel, N, Giebenrath, L. Stanley, B. Cave, C. Evans, M. Kent, I. Hartley, V. Sack, D. Sack, L. Erickson, B. Wills, D. Shelly, L. Meyer, L. Smith, L. Hoagland, B. Butler. Second row: D. Mclntosh, B. Holden, C. Murphy, L. Klein, D. Bauer, D. Peterson, M. Hartshorn, I. Hunt, P. Howard, P. Woods, V Plager C Lux V Stonecypher F Leacock E Bouwens C Ganshorn, S. Wilson, V. Snook, director. Q H t Third row: W. Shirey, B. Bean, S. Holscher, I. Streur, M. Dunbar, E. Whyman, B. Wood, R. Williams, R. Knowles, ,. or on, E. Gieber, H. Winklepleck, D. Carper, L. Yanney, R. Lehr, M. Truitt, D. Miller, L. York, L. Leonard. 1 Fourth row: W. Balster, E. Styer, I. Young, D. Patterson, P. Blackburn, B. Gans, P. Chapman, B. Rasmussen, I. Velraska, N. Swartzleonard, B. Pteiter, I. Hinds, S. Eisenbarth, S. Lucke, Pl. Gustafson, I. Trickle, E. Flrmstrong, D. Bouwens, l. Brauckmuller Planning the girls glee part in the annual spring musi- cal are officers: Iean Vejraska, accompanist, Ruth Knowles, first semester president, Pllyce Horton, second semester president, Lorraine Yanney, vice president, and Martha Hartshorn, secretary-treasurer. Practicing in the music room in preparation for a performance are boys quartet members, Homer Harrison, Paul Fredstrom, Boland Bar- ron, Bill Bowmaster, and their accompanist, Iannie Owens. Singing tor important luncheons, banquets, and other social functions were members of the new music group, girls triple trio: Caryl Besse, Pat Greer, Evonne Ferguson, lna Lou Yount, Ianis Blessing, Pat Dormer, Mary Finn Dickin- son, Libby Schleiger, Yvonnie Yanney, and Iannie Owens, accompanist. 175 , C fx 'S f I' 'af f X. it X ' . 'f ES f H SEVENTH GRHDE CHORUS First row. left lo righl: K. Puckett, D. Tromblcl, D. Campbell, I. Nickell, S. McVeY, M. Bogenief L l-fcr?i--: I-f E'21'I-"': Pl. Mcxgoricm, N. McEntorffer, S. HofMcxnn, M. Rietlcrs, R. Hendrix, D. l-lays, G. Hnderson I.. Hiller I C:le:::. I Second row: I. Killhcm, N. Sipp, Pl. Iohnson, M. Cox, I. Dution, D. Sherman, D. C-rcurnanr T. 3' ' ' 3 ' f' - ' J Q v D. Iohnson, H. Iuckette, T. Puvey, T, Sobieszczyk, R. Hill, Pl. Boyd, R. Rokow. 1 VI. Third row: M. Michael, L Gillispie, I. Hansen, V. Leaf, D. Felton, I. Rololson, C. Cooper M. T:Q::: F. FQ' I ':ss:4ss Fou Firs V. Wilson, D. Miller, D. DeBoer, H. Wiese, M. Mciichell, D. Larson. rfh row: K. Grant, M. Christensen, R. Franklin, K Plead, D. Barnard, D Seng T. Efgnn L. Crier A' D E " V" L Martin, S. Qlexccnder, I. Woodcock, E. Blunn, R. Rhocdes, R. Shaw, V. Snook direcict PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT EIGHTH GRQDE CHORUS l row, left to right B Ienkins, Fl lmiq, P. Holschor, G llollrf D P0 ' " V. .w' ly ri luii7 l S r x D. Lipscomb, H Mohlmc1n,G DeBor::l, M K-Xplor, R lnfilmm V Snook fzyonfap' Second row: F Ensm1nqer,L Underwood, D Com, C Cf-mall-:,, ll Livuimfalmi N VN' r L Stedniiz, I. Hclberlcn, O. Hunsrin, K Purim Third row: G Foster, C Rue-llovs, li. Fiowmcin, I Wficlilwl, M Kfwlil C lwnkm. L li L xi H. Thrcipp, F. Loncr, I Henderson, H Hmuis l"'0ur!h row: N Clifford, D CIOIGY, M Koyfa, M COX, lf Cilluzpw-, ll IN-imlww S lin i C lxf.. Lili V 'V I Cl11ldress,C. MCl3r1cle, Fl Kliimlmn, H Wyivinizri f. ' 'f V ' Q 9 ' . -z' 4 ' 4 .1 ig r ., Q' 4 R., A -H . .. .. gs i 44 f , , 0 Xi 'S "' . , - , l , + -""-N . I I I . ,. 5 m ,SQ .3 35 ,fx 'ffl I lk ""' ' ' .Sin ' 'qi' . f 5 , ' - j fs A wx -W "TQ SEVENTH GRHDE CHORUS First row, lett to right: Fl. Selk, S. McVey, S. Box, K. Czapanskiy, I. Holden, I. Bittenburg, l. Conway, K. Wachtel, D. Hllmon D. Ienkins, I. Bassler, K. Moore, F. Holbert, C. Heisleman, M. Neale, S. Pllbury, D. Ivey, N. Babbitt, B. Culver, M. Packett Second row: U. Densberger, B. Bouwens, B. Schrepi, G. Rogers, K Hatfield, B. Owen, D. Mohrhoff, T. Luehr, G. Iohnson L Bowker, B. Fry, D. Schleiger, M. Schock, B. Semin, S. Underwood, E. Bostock, S. Welty, T. Spencer, W. Miller V. Snoolc, director. Third row: B. Showalter, P. Wiemann, G. Frohardt, K. Schafe r, S. Packard, I. Large, B. Hiskey, D. Mason, S. Snider, I. Street V. Lear, I. Robson, B. Wood, M. Barnard, N. Corey, I. Ballard, D. Payne, K. Richards, B Rediger, N. Flnderson, R, Kaeding Fourth row: C. Krewson, G. Strauch, G. Bender, M. Stahly, E. Webster, S. Draper, R. Vantine, D. Rich, L. Delaney, V. Knapp G. Foster, I. McCreight, C. Klein, N. Tracy, R. Bosenquist, I. Gould, F. Grant, I. Tangeman. Training tor the senior high vocal groups and having tun at the same time are the sev- enth and eighth grade choruses, These groups, under the direction oi Mrs. Velma Snook, have taken part in a large share ot Northeast's musical entertainments, Both choruses sang at the annual Christmas Ves- pers, while the seventh grade group sang tor Open House, Starting something new this year, the eighth graders sang tor their Civic League program at the Nebraska theater. Beorganizing the second semester, these vocal groups continued to take an active part in the schools entertainment by singing in the annual city-wide Spring Music Festival at the University ot Nebraska coliseum. EIGHTH GRHDE CHORUS First row, left to right: M. Dittman, B. Koenig, N. Schwenlc, E. Pleiter, B, Nauslar, D. Plndersen, B. Tyler, M. Kepler, B. Burnham, Pl. Wuster, D. Shaw, B. McGinnis. Second row: B. Payn, P. Lewis, C. Nagel, M. Huenick, S. Nickerson, B. Schleiger, I. Gunn, E. Davidson, N. Converse, S. Frank, I. Schleiger, N. Meyer. Third row: P. Bickford, G. Hdams, M. King, D. Schlitt, H. Hoage, P. Hoieldt, M. Morrison, D. Crewdson, R. Scattergood D. Brand, C. Turner, P. Mathers, V. Hudson. Fourth row: M. Rosenberger, C. Call, I. Woodworth, D. Stotts, B. Wymore, I. Pavey, D. Voils, C. Lapp, L. Dale, M. Olson I. Bare, V. Snook, sponsor. Not in picture: I. Stamp, B. McWilliams, B. Gillette. z P T W . KW X V I W , f "1 ' ,me - f,-3 .W 4 K A gl Wh .,,. s N' X S ? K 52 ' ' my fs . 'yy P Q, M J " ,WW My '47 Q., KW, 1, AX? I, Beginning journalism editors, LaVerne Hol- scher, second semester, and Shirley I-leim, first semester, check last minute copy with adviser Miss Marie Woerner. TO1VIORROW'S REPORTERS Counting heads . A . dummying pages , . Writing and rewriting stories . . . copyreading . . . proofreading . . . exercising the imagina- tion . . . giving and taking criticism . , , editing mock issues Hjust for practice' '... holding every position on the paper . . . the beginners learned the "hoW's and Wherefore's" of a journalist. First semester staff members struggled through the post-Christmas edition, a foresight of "troubles and trials" to come. They learned that to see a story in print means hard Work, Representatives attended the Nl-l.S.P.Pl. con- vention, returning With ever-valuable exper- ience. lt's a holiday! and the cubs take a trip to the lournal, seeing first-hand the hard Worlc which goes into a newspaper. Second semester and the pre-senior edition mean more Worries and gray hairs. But a year of hard Work all adds up to a superior staff for next year. Editor .,,,, ,.,.....,. ..,,,, Flsociate editor .. First page Second page ...,. Third page ,, Sports ., lunior high ,, ,, Class activities ,, Column ..,.,,..... ,.... Sports column .... .. ,,,,, ...,........ .,,,,,,,,,,,,, A J CI' Business manager Hdvertising ., , , Exchanges ..,,.,,., , Circulation ,...... Pidviser ,,,, , ,, SECOND EDITION MHSTHEHD ,,,, Y,YY,Y,Y,, , ,,.i., Heir: ,, ..,. Phygis Shock Renee Kruse f. . ., ., ..,,, ,,,.. B everly T'JYlOZ ,,,...,l.a7.7erne Eolscher ,H ,, ,,,,SaQlV1e Butler V Y ...,....C::rci1ne Ross uzcx .xeaiy Lane 'Nestzorelana , VVV, V,,VVV,,,.,, ,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,... . Q nne Qageg Vary Qin 'Whitney 3' C.1::::: ,Barbara Call K Ronnie Becker ,nf-l - Q,--V " - .. ,...., :etsy :mes S is 5 -Yao : ac....5. : smnona.: oesora Donna Trai' ,,,,..,..Miss Marie Vvoerxer Lditor , ,,.....,.,.,.. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,., ..., ,,,,,,,, .,,, . ..,,.. , , ,,.,, ,,,, I. a I . e me :cis::er 1 K Pissociate editor , First page . Second page ,, Third page Sports ,. luniot high, Class activities ,. .,., ,,,iT:1s :get , , Slilfiif' :elf , , ,, ,,,,,, C...-.....- .N ,, Sevefiy Taylor 3:11:13 feSc7: . ?..-'ills Choc" ,nenee ls. -se x-X s 5 Column . , Qnne ncaei Sa is nrt e' Sports column Business manager Fldvertising , Exchanges , Circulation , I-lclvisei , e 't','est:::rr'::z:i 'Socks Scuueike al, Betsy Hines c ,,., as Fctinxe Becker ':i1it Vfnlcck fxizss Mais Vice BEGINNING IOURNI-ILISM Seated, left to right: Shirley lrleim, Beverly Taylor, Gary Clifford, Lanv Westmoreland Patina lftam ficfsvw lines Cork x "Y hail lrfolscher, Sallie Butler, Standing: Barbara Call, lohn Wtllock, Ronald Dubotd, Honnte Becker, Caroline Hass Hun Hasan x'IT'f ,rt Vftxit L Schuelke, Phyllis Schock, Renee Kruse. ff' -ww.-.5 Ng-4 5'-nf, rlqiwrwis HI-Y First row, left to right: I. Van Dusen, L. Seng, G. Stephens, B. Cameron, H. Morrison, D. Wenz, B. Stockfeld, D. Dugan, I. Bradley, R. Trornbla, sponsor I, Messervey. Second row: N. Iones, L. Lehr, N. Dreeszen, H. Voller, B. Ieambe-Y, I. Sterkel, N. Lambert, B. Goin, G. Strait, E. Cook. Third row: B. Bowmaster, I. Ianke, R. Barron, D. Yost, I. Inbody, I. Krieger, H, Selk, D. Baragar, P. Lehman, M. Hecht. Fourth row: R. Brehm, B, Benedict, I. Wood, I. Whitlock, G. Bosenquist, H. Landwer, C1. Iohnson, B. Kroon, B. Sandstedt, E. Doll. FELLOWSHIP AND FUN "To create, maintain, and extend through- out the school and community high standards ot Christian character" is the goal of the Hi-Y club. Their creed is clean speech, clean sports, scholarship, and clean living. Under the able sponsorship ot Iack Mes- servey, Northeast's Hi-Y club enjoyed a year of many vvorthwhile activities. Presiding over the meetings during the Discussing plans for spring golfing are first semester Hi-Y cabinet members, left to righti Bill Bowmaster, vice president, Iaclc Messervey, adviser, Ed Doll, president, and Ierry Fairchild, secretary. 1 year were presidents Ed Doll and Leon Kreiner. Several outstanding speakers were obtained. The club cooperated with a few fac- ulty members and played golf amid pleasant contusion. Lucky travelers to a nationwide youth con- ference in Ohio Were Glenn Bosenquist and Ed Doll. The annual l-li-Y-Y-Teen conference held in Hastings Was attended in the spring. Talking over plans for the conference in Hastings are second semester Hi-Y officers, left to right: George Stephens, treasurer, Leon Kreiner, president, Harold Voller, secretary, and Iack Wood, vice president. Y-Teen cabinet members and sponsors for the Q- Slide Show Sl3OU5OT9d bi' G dOVVnlOWn c..,.,.., Q 5 5 .Vi Y-TEENS First row, left to right: L. Hendrix, sponsor,I Blessing, S. Beavers, I. Draper, M. Dickinson, M, Knight, M. Moore, B. Bolieri, H. O'Hara, M. Peirce, K. Burton, S, Phillips, P. Shafer O. Swcxle, S. Heim, D. Dodge, til. Munson, sponsor. Second row: P. Hansen, B. Farmer, S. Kemper, E. Schell, C. Cheuvrom, I. Young, H. Hckerman, D. Gardner, Ill. Lambert, B. Hatha- way, G. Shaw, B. Hines, I. Mathers, I. Luschei, M. Magorian. Third row: N. Young, M. Spencer, I. Myler, E. Ferguson, I. Iohnson, i. Yount, G. Taylor, M. Krurntum, I. Knight, fi. Severns, D. Mania, S. Butler, I. Vejraska, P, Tyler, H. Blunn. SPIRIT CF FRIENDLINE SS Winning honors for the Northeast branch of Y-Teens was "high fashion" as several girls received outstanding honors. H member of the first semester cabinet, Evonne Ferguson, was chosen to preside at lntereClub council, which consists of cabinet first semester are, first row, left to right: Donna Gardner, treasurer, Phyllis Tyler, secretary, Ianis Blessing, president. Second row: Ioan Luschei, program chairman, Sallie Butler, publicity chair- man, Pflthea Blunn, finance chairman. Third row: Karolyn Burton, service chairman, Sharon Kemper, vice-president, Iean Vejraska, pianist. Standing: Mrs. Lucenda Hendrix, sponsor, Miss Ftnne Mun- son, sponsor. Not in picture: Ioan Iohnson, mem- bership chairman, Caryl Besse, music chairman, Evonne Ferguson, social chairman. members from the four Lincoln Y-Teen clubs. Sharon Kemper Was selected by Northeast members as Princess of the Snowball dance, held early in Ianuary. Ianis Blessing presided during the first se- mester, relinquishing her duties to Sharon Kemper for the second semester. store drew the largest attendance of the year. Candle light services in a darkened room made effective ceremonies for initiation of both semesters officers. Each retiring cabinet member turned over her duties to her successor after stating the responsibilities of her position and presenting the new officer with a carnation. Making plans for the trip to Hastings tor the Y-Teen conference are, first row, let tto right' Phyllis bership publicity chairman, Ioan Iohnson vice 1:1 Plnne Munson, sponsor, Sharon Kemper, president- Hendrix, sponsor, Mary Lou Magorian treasurer Dorsey, secretary. Second row Nancy Young so annual Hit Shafer mem- Aesidertt: Miss Mrs. Lucerida and Barbara cial chairman: Barbara Farmer, program chairman, Evonne Ferguson music chairman, Mary Ieanette Moore, co-music chairmang and Ioan Spencer, service chairman. 1 1 ' ' pf l , Page 65 Bud Benedict Gerald Bingham Barney Bradsby Ron Butler lim Cederdahl guard tackle back back back an M... ..... Ill H 'A' ' 'Z' 58 Q Left to right: G. Sze-phens C. Thomas I. Thcmas B. Bradsby l. Cederdahl E Lee K. Smiih E. Carlson, D Eagan R, Butler G Peck l. Story, D Drozda D Kline P Ffecisircm Ha1veyGoth Hoyt Hullberg Duane Everrelt B. Kreps G! Bingham Q. Hammam- tackle end siudent manager Bob Lee John Niederhause Gayle Peck iackle back back ff, z e ........ PIGSKIN lx all S 1 ll rfea Nast. K V Ed Doll Don Dugan Paul Fredstrorn Tom Freet Ed Glass tackle back back guard end Wow ,W . m...'a1': sw mga uf? ,sag """f?f wr Lf' ff wgmf Iii 'E' G. Rosenquist, I. Niederhause, H. Goth, H. l-lultberg, E. Glass, E. Doll, l. Wood, E. Donahoo. B. Benedict, T. Freet, F, Stastny, D. Dormer. First row: L. Seng, coaches B. Galloway and D. Hawkins, D, Even-en. LeRoy Seng Dick Kline Burl Kreps student manager tackle end B G ll lack Thomas lock Wood Dalfpdyirgyggs center end coaches PLAYERS George Stephens lim Story back end Top picture: Barney Bradsby C4lD eludes another tackler on an around-end run. Fred Stastny C471 runs interference as another Beatrice man closes in. Second picture: Members of the Northeast coaching staff are, left to right: Dawdy Hawkins, lack Messer- vey, Bun Galloway, Lawrence Teply, and Max Rezek. Bottom picture: Leading the "Skyrocket" cheer at a pep rally before the Lincoln high football game are senior high cheerleaders, left to right: Sue Phillips, Shirley Beavers, Bob Iearnbey, Betty Hathaway, and Kathy Grabill. Coach Bun Galloway's football sguad ended a successful l948 season in a second place tie with Hastings in the Mid-East conference and a 4-4 rec- ord, Galloway molded his squad from a scant six lettermen and was ham- pered by injuries later in the season. Interest in the team rose to new heights when the Rockets subdued Beatrice in their opener, 2l-U. Two quick touchdowns by Northeast, one on a recovery of the opening kickoff, left the Orangemen dazed. The subur- ban crew added siX more points in the second period before the scoring was finished. Pl 400 mile trip to Hlliance gave the Rockets their first defeat, the Bulldogs coming from behind to triumph l9-l3. Northeast led 7-U at halftime. But un- daunted, Galloways charges smashed the Falls City Tigers in a bench clear- ing affair that ended in a five touch- down romp, 34-5, at Magee stadium, Qt the annual city championship game with Lincoln, a crowd of lU,UCC at the L.H.S. oval saw a rugged, rough- and-tumble game end with Central again the victor 26-U. Then the Rockets grabbed two Mid-East wins in a row, trimming Crete l3-U on the Cardinals windy field, and York 27-U on the Rockets' home grounds. Still undefeated in conference play, the Northeast gridmen traveled to Fair- bury only to be dropped l3-7. lt looked like a Northeast win until the leffs coni- pleted a fourth guarter pass for the winning touchdown. ln the first half, the Rockets outplayed the leffs and led 7-6, Omaha Benson, behind a hard- hitting offense gave the Bockets an- other setback, tallying twice in the first half to gain a l4-C score. Hfter halftiine Northeast fought back but couldn't gain enough nioiiientuiii to score against the high geared Bunnies. Old nian weather played havoc with the Bockets hope tor a winning season, The last game, with Hastings, had to be cancelled because the Has- tings sguad could not make the trip to Lincoln due to icy roads. Displaying their pep and energy are junior high football cheerleaders Rita Lehr, Shirley Lewis, and Wanda Gardner, as they lead with "Victory locomotive." Z MC-Siiiiiiiiigmeesszeezeezeemgm.. JUNIOR GRIDMEN Coached by Iack Messervey, and assistant coach, Max Rezek, the reserve moved through a five game schedule with an impressive rec- ord ot tour wins against one defeat. Sept- 12 S 27 The reserves opened the season with vic- ept tories over Seward, Nebraska City, and Bea- Oct' 5 trice, before falling to a strong Barneston team. Oct 22 To round ott a highly successful season, the Nov. 2 reserves defeated Fremont in their tinal game. RESERVE FOOTBHLL souan RESERVE Seward 6 .,............. SCHEDULE Nebraska City O ......,.,.. Beatrice O .............,. Barneston 20 .,..... Fremont O ........ Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast Northeast 7 26 26 7 7 First row, left to right: B. Van Dusen, student manager, I. Mohler, I. Hertzell, H. Voller, G. Hartzell, H. Meyer, R. Edwards, B. Starr, B. Bowrnaster, G. Churchill, D. Grell, I. Conklin, D. McWilliams, L. Barnhill, D. Frecistrom, student manager. Second row: F. Rezek, coach, I, Messervey, coach, I. Hmend, D. Rankin, P. Kuhner, D. Francis, I, Wadlow, D. Braziel, D. Harbaugh, R. DeBozd, D. Dormer, D. Bremhorst, B. Furman, M. Bradsby, I. Mason, D. H11en,W, Taylor, D. Eisenbarth. Ron Butler Paul Fredslrom I lim Gekcrs l Ed Glass Elf forward center center g'J:::. 5 , , 'l W 'il' 1' 'lf' ' ll 311 , v,,,.1,7.:,.,'71:??L' 'lf-x,'1 l f pf 4 5 A li, l nj QWSH. SCHEQHLEV wir, , 35- 1 A,- - lvdgbhp N-Er JE, Opp NIE- l ,BEB'IZHff3E'REG1ONHLS Plattsmouth .' 27 SQ Vxflleighton 47X-,ixlffi 51, Qsecirxce 'iff J4 39 Nebraska Cxty Il Z0 45 Lincoln , Lf'3C tilff'-1f':' Fug: Ixlaf 0 omaha Norlh l-liilgj 42 N419 Grand Islqrrifigifl kk' 43 44? gglncoln C?fiQ,fI?5 -A 3 Columbus 'X 7. -2qilg.lQSSlIf:44',fxjQrls1 W 'lil SU ,ff 4 , f Pfemom 'g',jrffQ'9l 47 llqxglg 35 ,- STATE TQURNRMENT Noffglk sa 48 Fql1S lC1fyAlA-,S 25 251P4G5i'gLhQug!eEY.,,ff' 39 Hoshngs M36 4U Fglrlauryiqzg 29' 5. ,qmfid fslhridll 3 -- Becxlrlce k,,f',Q, 33 42 gpys T5QWn.3, L M Alix ZZ, ,J fgg I -,M Gstmgs l L' PY V ,x , fl. -,lf 's"r',gg,w" 'gall' l l l N l l ' -ffsflw"' u l'ff?L,zxfJ'-9' '," , A ' ' VHHSITY BFISKETBRLL SQUAD Firsi row, left Io righi: L Seng, S, Wlllouqlwby, R Butler, G Peck, B Bowmclsrer L Lehr P Leriifr Second row: D, Howklns, coclchp I. Slory, sludent monomer, H Hullberg, l. Nmeclerhcxuse E Kfeps F F7-si 1 Gekcxs, E. Gloss, G. Clmfford, siucleni monoqer. Hoyt l-lultberg Burl Kreps forward center lt was a championship year for Coach Iohn Niederhause Gayle Per: guard forward Paul Fredstrom, lohn Niederhause,,,,Scotty Dawdy Hawkins' o1lQ48-49 basketball squad. Willoughby, and lack Wood. The Black C1Ufi.gfW5hi?QQj.hCfd best win and Hfter tripping Plattsmouthgpand loss record Qgygtiiny pigeviougllortheast squad City, the Rockets suffefxrted firstlidefiflat in with l9 winvsgiind 3 these were only ,o a by a totalilfof 4 points. Rockets felltjjo l,fry, ,V lO,il3QiIT5f3OliTiiQfyl99U- Omaha jlkiifrth 4l-42, to .r' A C1 and to Lincoln Central lfouglfftloverfgil' l "COrEf3f15 ,.XlQiX,'i. iillfiffrfqfllnde' time baffle 29-30. r'tt f lty, i5S3i39di',flfC?fUi-lfl'191f1.EJ13flZ1?Ji thegiegefififsoffiiilfdflsecson, fiiiglx Q ''Qffl?lf,i,iQiflren'tlj,'spdftiififg ,alylx 2 winning streak. Dlx Cqgers xdeiggledfzi fklni rtlilel District litbiurnament, Northeast de- the flfifiiilwf the feated Beatrice 41695384 Fairbury 54-35 and stoppedii-Creighgtoijbfrep in' QllAF5,3f-i'rst',tfQ5Jl1nd of - ' ' ' ' , y ,,yA, rr ,, trounced Lincoln, 2l. the Sidfeiitourney'forfavll-391 victory. 'r Y' . . f .mm it-if State tournament time found them coming home their first State championship, their third straight District trophy, and the Mid-East crown. Four cagers won honors on f3lll-State teams. They were: LeRoy Seng Scotty Willoughby forward forward from behind to win from both strong Creighton Prep and Grand Island. Winning the final game with Hastings, Northeast was crowned l949 State Basketball Champions. lack Wood lim Story, Gary Clif o guard student manag I 7 V- - ,-4-'fee Q IW """" 'W' ' 'lv' -. -.-..m.......n-nu-n - nu .- ' .tnzzfsw it r:z1E:5EZ??':z:: ,:ex........................::.::::::....::.. f,, H.,,Mf,3:,'ff': 5+ n f , , , , 4 , 1Ni..wW.--.uv-uvw--.--wus...-nu 1 1 , , .,...,,,, L 1 1 np -1,1 xy Q- f-rw fn: , 4, , ,ghgggi ig3ft,z,y Z5 N fu ,vwffnn fy1tr.,,,. anNNW-V,--nwnu-t-.nun-'nun-n nu ,fi . , , Mg, f , ., , . fmtw... ....,................m.............m ..... 9553 Wi-9i'f'iif""'??'t'4954l 1 A '. J""'i"" !Z2Z132!!!...!!2I,.........!!.!'E"'J!.'!S!."'....,..." .....""! Bottom right picture: Plt the State tournament Creigh- Top left picture: Loose ball! Plt the State championship game with Hastings, Paul Fredstrom and lohn Niederhause scramble lor the ball with Hastings' Ted Connor and Chuck Stickels. Top right picture: Iohn Niederhause dribbles across the court for a hook shot while Grand Island cagers closely guard him, and Rockets Paul Fredstrom, lack Wood, and Ron Butler await the outcome. Basketball cheerleaders Sue Phillips, Bob learnbey, and Mary Hnn Dickinson lead the cheering section at C1 pep rally with a "We've Got Pl Team That Makes The Pointsf ton Prep game, Rocket cagers lohn Niederhause and lack Wood control another rebound. Ron Butler waits in the foreground. These Northeast high rooters relax during the halt-time intermission ol the Boy's Town basketball game. Buses provided transportation for most of these loyal followers of their champion team. X Hfs'ff1ft ' 5 RE SERVE HOOPSTERS Under the tutelage of coach Max Bezek, Northeast's l948-49 edition of junior basket- ballers finished a rugged season with an 8 Won-5 lost record. Off to a flying start, they won the first 5 games, stopping Plattsrnouth B, 39-29, Ne- braska City B, 49-29, Palmyra, 3l-28, Fremont B, 36-23, and Blue Springs, 57-25. During their mid-season slump, the junior Rockets dropped encounters with Beatrice, Reserve basketball cheerleaders leading the student body in a peppy yell are, left to right, Patty Lewis, Carol Garlow, and Sara Whitlock. RESERVE BHSKETB FILL SQUHD First row, left to right: R. Van Dusen, student man- ager, I. Qmend, I. Cederdahl, I. Hertzell, W. Tay- lor, T. Freet, B. Schaefer, G. Stephens, D. Fred- strorn, student manager. Second row: D. Rankin, G. Thompson, G. Bingham, I. Brown, D. Bremhorst, D. Grell. I. Conklin, G. Churchill, F. Rezek, coach. 25-39, Weston, 25-44, Lincoln Central B, 29-37, and Teachers high, 47-29. Back in the Win column, the junior cagers convincingly trounced York B, 35-27 and Crete B, 45-28. Pit Falls City they received another setback, 25-2l, but the season was finished With a Win over the Fairbury reserves, 59-23. Working with l4 boys, Coach Bezek shaped them into a smoothly-Working squad that gained valuable experience and improved throughout the season. x 2 5 7 ROCKET-RUN N ERS Whether it was burning up the cinders or hitting the sawdust, the l949 track squad mem- bers worked hardisometimes in the mud, on cold days, or when it was sweltering hot. They participated in six major meets and two re- serve and frosh meets. Coach Bun Galloway, working with a nu- cleus of six returning lettermen, lettered twelve boys: Dick Cederdahl, Paul Fredstrom, Ed Glass, Hoyt I-lultberg, Burl Kreps, Leon Lehr, Dale Lemon, Iack Mason, LeRoy Peery, Keith Smith, George Stephens, and Iack Thomas. Eight other squad members scored points dur- ing the season. Starting out with a bang, the Rocket cin- dermen smashed Nebraska City in their sea- son opener at Northeast. This win was fol- lowed with another, at Columbus, where Gal- loway's boys rode roughshod over a large field of H squads. Though defending champions, and host school, bad luck, in the form of injuries, came to the Rocket camp at the Mid-East meet, Where they finished third. The District meet at Nebraska Wesleyan found the Rockets again third, getting no first places. Bun's boys also participated in the Doane College Invitational at Crete, finished second, and at the State meet, where they en- tered ten men in twelve events. TRQCK TERM First row, left to right: G. Steele, B. Brown, L. Lehr, M. Wolfe, R. Steele, B. Starr, E. Vergith, R. Christenson P. Peterson, G. Stephens. Second rogv: G. Morrison, D. Pokorny, D. Fitz, I. Rcnlsbcxck, G. Strait, D. Rankin, I. Cederdahl D. Lemon I. Haberlan, C. Mc ride. Third row: I. Mason, D. McWilliams, I. Mohler, B. Kreps, E. Glass, D. Cederdahl, G. Bingham, H. Goth, B. Braziel. Not in picture: D. Francis, T. Freet, P. Fredstrom, D. Harbaugh, I. Hertzell, H. l-lultberg, l. Lewis P. Melton I. Niederhouse, L. Peery, K Smith, I. Thomas, S. Willoughby. Page 74 TRI-ICK SCHEDULE Rpril 5 Nebraska City Dual at Nebraska City 30 District Meet at Nebraska Wesleyan ll Reserve Frosh Dual with Beatrice at Northeast May 3 Doane College Invitational at Crete 13 Columbus Invitational at Columbus ll Reserve Frosh Dual with Beatrice at Beatrice 22 Mideflast at Northeast 13-14 State Meet at University of Nebraska Stadium Upper left: Hoyt Hultberg clears 5'll" to take first place at the Nebraska City track meet. Upper right: Rnd oft they go! Plt the Mid-East track meet 880 entrants race off right after the gun. Burl Kreps Winner is fourth from the right. Lower left: Clearing the second barrier in the low hurdles at the Mid-East meet are Northeast track men Dale Lemon and lack Railsback on far left and Ed Glass tar right, Lower right: Successfully defending his title in the 440, lack Thomas breaks the tape to take first place in the Mid-East. 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Q who' YOU . -b h1.TheYSY. precious fnendshIP5 ng want to soy it. want io SUY 'he way You Scofield Pharmacy--Havelock i T S T T ' funn!-M541 Try some Saturday shopping at Karnes. Inc.. for the Sunday dinner. Karnes is the place to buy all those grocery needs, KHRNES. INC. 6224 Havelock QVC, Help Us-Help You can 2-5731 Peerless Cleaners 322 So. ll Geo. Lemon Branch Office 27l9 No. 48th IOYO THEATRE Blst at Havelock Qvenue The BEST of PICTURES The BEST in SQUND by HCR VICTOR The BEST in PRCTECTION by RCQ BRENKERT MORE "H" PICTURES THHN HNY THEHTRE IN THE CITY 'Rn ultra line odorless Dry Cleaning service, produced in our own modern cleaning plant. 'Your garments will be crystal clear and im- 'We also are Launderers. Dyers. Hatters. Cur- mf1CUlGfelY fiI1lSl1ed- tain Cleaners and Blockers of Knit Goods. City-Wide Pick-up 51 Delivery DIHL 6-1679 4725 St. Paul BUTLER CLEANERS 61 DYERS Qua1ity Meats ci Groceries Courteous, Friendly Service BETHANY I.G.P.. MARKET R, W. CBob1 Mahoney HLWHYS BUY FAIRIVIONT " Frozen Foods " lce Cream " Milk FAIRMONT FOODS CO. 2823 No. 48th Phone 6-2326 TILL1VIAN'S For Fine Food Three Convenient Locations Cafeteria 2633 No. 48 arm 118 SQ. 11 Grill 1324 South The best in Sun-proof house paint, Florhide floor enamel, wall paint, wallpaper, glass, mirrors, brushes, and clean-up aids are found ai PITTSBURGH PLHTE GLHSS COMPHNY. PITTSBURGH PLHTE GLHSS COMPQNY 1427 O For Distinctive Photography DH-N1-ELSON FLORAL COMPHNY Reproductions and Prompt Service on Newspaper Cuts 1306 N street 2-7062 WHRNER-MEDLIN STUDIO 714 Federal Security Bldg. 2-6272 GREEN FURNI-ICE 6: PLUMBING CO.. INC. SHRTOR IEWELRY COMPHNY "Let Us Furnace Your Home" High School CIGSS Rings 2747 North 48 Street 5-2800 1220 O Street Security Mutual Bldg. DR. E. S. MHTHERS Dentist 2726 North 48th Street 6-2248 MEEK LUMBER COMPHNY Dealers in Lumber Material and Coal 2441 North 48th Street 6 2219 BUSINESS - and YOUR FUTURE Business lies across your future like a bulwark of stability. Business is the major motivating force behind the entire economy of the United States. Most people are in some type of "busi- ness" during the major part of their lives. When a thing is so important to so many it is reasonable to expect that many, many open- ings in such a field are available to the per- sons Who, qualified by training, have the am- bition and drive to place themselves in the front ranks of the many who strive for success. There are literally thousands of applications that a qualified person can make of business knowledge. These are hundreds of types of secretarial, management, supervisory and ac- counting positions-business training thus tits you for not just one, but for many possible positions. The Lincoln School of Commerce takes pride in being one of the outstanding private business colleges of the nation. For over 65 years we have been giving instruction, many qualified students, some 20,000 have been enrolled in our classes. Our complete day and night school curricu- lums feature such studies as Thomas Short- hand, advanced accounting on a college level. Comptometer and office machine training. We would appreciate your inquiry as to the possi- bilities that can be yours through business training. THE QUALITY BUSINESS scnooi. LINCOLN SCHOOL OF COMMERCE W. H. Robbins, President R. lf. Henderson, Vice-President Two-hundred and nine North Fourteenth 2 ti',7',7-1 Littqght, Nebraska HOAGLAND HARDWARE 'SUPPLY General Electric Appliances Glen C. Hoagland 2639 North 48th 6-2636 WYMAN FURNITURE 61 APPLIANCE Philco-Norge-Grand-Hpex Refrigerators, Washers, ci Ranges Home Freezers of Vacuum Sweepers We Give S of H Green Stamps 6121 Havelock Ph. 6-3236 Lincoln, Nelor. Stop in at Tastee's Try our Student Special-tor only 39C 'Thick frosty malt or milk shake 'Delicious Tastee sandwich 'French tries TASTEE INN 48th and I-Ioldrege Northeast Students KELLYS Goon HOUSEKEEPING sr-1oP 2733 N. 48 6-5062 C O L V I N - H E Y N for distinctive senior portraits. Your HGCICMIUCITTGTS for Phonograph Records and 2l2 So. I3 St. 2-2426 Record Plgyvers Sharp Bldg, Rcrdios-Washers-Vacuums-Ironers Thanks, Gang! trom NEBRASKA THEATRES, INC. STATE-VARSITY-I-IUSKER BETTER TRHINING QUICKER HT NHTIONHL! National secretarial training will prepare you quicker and better. Take either "Gregg Shorthand" or "Stenograph," CMachine Short- handi, or Drevitype. Get the Facts! Visit or Write N.B.I. Business College. Our Fall quarterly terrn will begin the Week ot Sept. 6. Get a fresh start for 1949. DHY OR NIGHT SCHOOL Plpproved for Veteran Training DO YOUR SCHOOL SNHPSHOTS PROUD Quality Developing and Printing Kodcrks - Films - Hlbums Movie Cameras EASTMAN KODAK STORE 1221 'O' Street 2-7216 DlETZ'S I.G.A. MARKET HILL HATCHERY Roscoe Hill Chicks Everyday LOW Prices Poultry Equipment CS Supplies on HILL FEEDS Your Complete Food For Poultry G Livestock Requirements Benefit by Hill Hatchery Service 910 R 2-7025 2638 No. 48th St. Ph. 6-2319 North of Police Station Save When eating your meals Gi out, stop in at HAVELOCK NATIONAL BANK 6145 Havelock Hve, NEW RESTAURANT Directors 'Excellent service V. E. Hnderson C. H. Spcxder 'Wonderful selections P. B. Karnes D. R. Fawcett O. D. Tromblcx 1325 P 2-7767 ,...,-. ,.,..,.1..-.--- STUDENTS! Stop in and see our complete line of equipment for GOLF, TENNIS. SOFTBHLI. 61 BHSEBHLI. Distributors for Q G. Spalding G Bros. HARRY REED SPORT SHOP Phone 2-4191 1321 P Street WESLEYAN COFFEE SHOP Home of Good Food Popular Prices OH The finest Yeaf 2940 NO. 48 r-ur conditioned C6100 H. M.-7:00 P. MJ in the history ot Northeast High! VHNITY BEHUTY SHOP Citizen State Bank 4345 N o. 61 Member F.D.I.C. 6-4543 Golda Snare The ROCKET Your Hnnuai THE NORTHEHSTERN .............. Your Paper Two School Publications of Which You Ccm Be Proud! Rich in Tradition Parents! yet modern as You Give your high-schooler a Rocket ITIILLER f. PAIIIE next Christmas. DR. MILTON B. GHTES BETHHNY LUMBER HND COHL COMPHNY Dentist 4825 St. Paul Hve. 6-2076 2141 North Cotner 6-3068 EHRL WOODS DHIRY STORE BETHHNY CONFECTIONERY M'lk Sundries School Supplies 1 Groceries Notions 1-U1'1ChGS lce Cream 2205 NO' Comer 6-5036 48th and Madison Leola and Harold Hilycrrd 1 DHIRY QUEEN BHKERS PHHRMHCY 1 Malts, Sundaes can on Us C P- T d Q t Drugs Our Specialty Ones' m S' an ums Money Orders Western Union 48th and W Street A 6120 Havelock Hve, 6-4444 1 ' I 1 DR. KENNETH E. DROWN SIGEL MHTSON 1 Dentist General Insurance 4728 St. Paul Plvenue 6-2059 1539 North Cotner 6-2127 1 THE HNIMHL HOSPITHL GLHSS Dr. G. H. Plckerman CONFECTIONERY Veterinarian 1541 No. Cotner 6-5028 Bethanys Headquarters K 919 "L" Street 2-5424 for Your Sundries X LENH'S BEHUTY SHOP C. W. VOILS HND SONS 4739 St, Paul Qvxel Grocery and Market Phone 6-5030 We 'Give S 6. H Green Stamps 3 CIITC1 1 D 1' 'N' 1 Lena M. Barnhill Lincoln 241g Nm-th 55111 1 91151 6,5043 1 1 .w,A,,j CECIL E. Wamow Seniofs Mgrtuqry Good Bye Good Luck Qmbulcmce Moy We Meet Hgclin 1225 L Street Lincoln, Nebr. HNDERSON STUDIO 1034 UO" St. 41937 1. H. YOST LUMBER CO. Building Morierioll QS Poinis 6200 Plotte Phone S-2841 UNI PLHCE BEHUTY SHOP 4821 St. Pcxul Ph. 2821 BILL MURPHY DRUG HHMMOND GROCERY Cljormerly Shinn Sundryl 4335 Norm Glsf 5-2955 33rd ci Holdrege Ph. 6-5235 I l l , 0 0 '7ZQ6JzaAlzaA, gafihwn, LQI'lf,QlL Q All snlairt girl grads know. . .it's the place to go for applause-causing CLASSTIME ' fe' K PLA YTIME ' .-Z' 4 A F W H i x x ' I 1 1 7 f fi , f 'il I ' 21 DATETXME 'A '! fi CLOTHES CONGRATULATIONS! TO THE GRADUATING CLASS of 1949 'Qs -.A -e U Q37 'I if " CL coln's Ruthorized Keepsake Dealer! 'V I gmmyr! f New Location 69,1 MM, h LOWELL'S IEWELERS e as 1 , 1341 "o" st. 'gg 1 BOYD IEWELRY CO. Dicrrnonds-Watches-Silverware 1144 "O" St. Lincoln We are Proud of the Honors achieved by NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL HAVELOCK NATIONAL BANK 6l45 Havelock Flvenue Victor E. Hnderson D. R. Fawcett President Cashier DIRECTORS Victor E. Flnderson O, D. Tromblo P. B. Karnes D. R. Fawcett C. Q. Spoder --. - .--,- -.....i 'Top shows VIH the Mutual Network. KOLN 1400 on the C1101 CONGRATULATIONS Your Sports Station in Lincoln Carrying the Lincoln R's baseball games SGHIOI-S of plus Your favorite disc jockey programs Cii3 KOLN DHNDEE SBNIDEE W. T. GOOD ICE CO. Hamburgers Malts Dandee Sandee Uni Place 3601 N- 48 5-3451 Support the HOTEL D'HAMBURGER Horne made pies and soups GIRL SCOUTS 225 No. 12 P1 Worthy Organization MOUk'S Here VIEWS CF NCDRTHEAST LINCCLN "J: '65, ki. .. , X 4 sm P Bethany Christian Church Cotner cmd Plylesworth Boy Scout Cabin Sponsored by Bethany Lions Club Bethany Lions Club Oificers Presidents. .,,,,,,, Dr. E. T. Hobbs Vice Presidentw ,,,Guy T. Ward Secretary. ,,,,,,, Sigel Matson Treasurerw H 7,,, Horner C. Young Page 92 ' 1 Havelock Business District Havelock Hvenue Havelock Public Park 64th and Ballard Havelock Business Men's Club Officers President Bud Hammond Vice President , M. Carlton, Sr. Secretary Harold Cfilson Treasurer Clarence Grasier 'F- 1'2- Nebraska Wesleyfan University 50th and St. Paul University Place Business District North 48th Street University Place Business Men's Club Officers President George McCoy Vice President Harlan Kelly Secretary Don Dixon Treasurer N. H. Christenser' Gilharn, Miss Hnnie H Qckerman, Flnita ....,.. Hdams, Elaine ...... ....... Qdams, Gloria ..,.... Hggen, Hnne .....,.,.. Fllbury, Merrill , .... . Hlbury, Sharon ....,.,. Hlcorn, Richard ........ Blexander, Sara ..,.A. Hllen, DeVere ....... Hllen, Hilda ........... Hllrnon, Duane . .,,.. Hmend, lunior ..,,.. Hndersen, Don .l..,...., ffffibfm Hnderson, Gordon ...,,. Qnderson, Neil ,... ,.,.,. Rrmstrong, Elaine ...,...... B Babbitt, Nancy .................. Babbitt, Pat ........ ....... Baker, Leon ......,..,. Ball, Barbara ......,, Ballard, lack .,.,....... Balster, Waunita ..... Banks, Bob ...,....,...,.... Barager, David ....... Bare, loyce ................ Barnard, Donald ,.,. .. Barnard, Marvelyn .. Barnhill, Leonard ...........Y........ Barron, Roland ....,,., Bartels, Richard .... 13, Bassler, lack .,........... "Q'15"iii"'37" 1 1 47 58 59 Baty, David ,..... .. ....,...,.,..........,.. ,. Bauer, Delores ...., Bauers, lola .,.,... Bax, Sharon .,.,.. Bean, Bonnie .,..... Bean, Mrs. lane .....,. Beavers Shirle . y .......l.. Becker, Ronnie .............,........... 5, 13, 21 Belknap, Bernard ........,.,..........,,.,,,... Bender, Glenn .,.......V........,....,,..,...,.... 54 58 Benedict, Bud..13, 21 ,25, 41, Bennett, Gene ...,..........,............,..,. Benson, Ruth .....,.........,.,,,.,........,.,.,.,. Benson, Shirley ,....... Berg, Robert ...,............,,., Bertenshaw, Ketha . ...... ....... Besse, Caryl .,........... Bickford, Patty .,.,.,...... .....,....,.,,.. Bingham, Gerald .... Bird, Bob ,..,,....,.,....... Bishop, Hlyce ........... ,...... ..50 Bitner, Mrs. Hnita ......, Bitney, Gerald ..,......,.,. Blackburn, Barbara Blackburn, Phyllis ,.,.,....,...,,,, Blank, Darrell ...,,,..,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,.,., 40 Blessing, lanis ...... 13 ,21, 22. Blunn, Hlthea ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Blunn, Elizabeth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Blunn, Tom ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bogenrief, Margie ....... Bogenriet, Merna ...,,,.,,,i.,....,..,,.,,,.,., Bollen, Barbara .....,,,,,,,,,...,.,.., 12, 13 Bostock, Emrnejean , , 21, 24, Bouwens, Beulah ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,, Bouwens, Doris .,..... Bouwens Ev 1 n , e y ...... Bowker, Larry ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bowlin, Mrs. Beryl .. Bowman, Elnora ...,. Bowrnaster, Bill ....... Boyd, lilrlan ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, .......ff1ffQ55"'63 452755 Bradley, lack ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bfddsby, Barney ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13, 21, INDEX Burnham, Bruce ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y yv-A,-k- v-k--,-.- Burton, Karolyn ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,-,--A,A .,--,,-- 13, 21, 25, 38, 40 47 Butler, Bonnie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,.v- ---,,YV,..- 32 50 Butler, Ronnie..l3, 21, 3 Butler, Sallie ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,-,,,, ,-,,-,,..--'-,-,- Caddy, C 4, 40, 44, 1111 ....,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Call, Barbara ..,.,, ,,,, Call, Carole ....,....... Cameron, Robert ...... Cammel, Dorothy ....,. Campbell, Doris .....,.. Carlson, Erwin ,..,.,,,,,, Carper, Donna Rae Carter, Miss locy ...,.., Carteruloyce .,.....,.. Ccfy, lim .....,..,,.... Cave, B etty .....,.,.. Cave, Richard ,............ Cederdahl, Dick ,,,,,,,,, ' """"""A ""' ' Cederdahl, lim ...,......., Chapman, Pat .,....,..,.. Cheuvront, Carol ....... Childress, Dale ..... Childress, lack ......,.,. Chipperfield, Ed .,..,.,. 30 41, 44, 45, 56 Q1 Christensen, Iim .,...,..... Christensen, Marion . Christensen, Martha .,..... Christensen, Marvel ..,.i.. Christenson Churchi 11, Glen ,.,...,.. Clark, Miss Myrtle .... Clifford Ga Clifford: Nagigy Cole, Shirley ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Coleman, Connie ,...,. Coleman, lerry ....,.,.., Coleman, Watson ,.,.. Conarld, Dick .......... Conklin, lack ...,......,,., Converse, Don ............... Converse, Dorothy Converse, Norma ..... Converse, Ray .,.,..... Conoway Cook, E Cooper, Cooper, , Ivan ,..... d .....,,.,..... Carol ..,. lanet ....., Corey, Donna ...... Corey, lerry ..... Corey, Nola ......,. Corliss, Ralph ,.,. Cornell, Flgnes ....... Cornell, Frances ...,.., Cover, Martha ......,. Cox, Martha ........ Cox, Maryrniot .,..... Craig, Donna ...,... Craig, Wilma .......... Crewdson, Dean ..,,.... Crowe, Culver, Rex ..,....... 11 S6 fffffffffiliu 14. 'A'56Q"2'8'f'li1"'21i"B'Q"' Barbara , .......,...., .. Barbara ,.....,...................................,,.... 31 Czapanskiy, Karan D Dale, Louise ,...... ...,... Dappen, Firdis ....... Dappen, Bob .......,....... Davidson, Evelyn .,.,.. Davidson, Merwyn ,,,.. DeBoer, Darlene .....,.. DeBoer, Duane ...... DeBoer, Nina ........... DeBord, DeBord, George .... Ron ......., , DeHart, lerry ......,,.. Brfldsby, Marvin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brand, Daniel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brauckmuller, Irene Brauckmuller, Verna-um-N BI'CIZ1e1, Bryson ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y, Brehm, Rodger ,,,,,,,,,,,, Bremhorst, Dick ..... Brown, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, Fred ......., Brown, Nancy ..... Brown, Ruth -,.,,,,, B1'YCmt, Carol ....... Buckley, Hrdis ......... B1-1C1i19Y, Dick ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Buettgenbach, lesse Burcham, Dean ..,,,,..,.. Burcham, Gene ......,. Burnham, Miss Mary Delaney, 1-Cfrrv .......... Delisi, Gus ..............,...... Densberger, Uldine Deuser, Barbara .,.,..... Dorsey, Glen ,.......,,.,,. Draper, Iessamine Draper, Suzanne ......., Dreeszen, Norman ..,,,,. .....,.14, 21, 23, 53, 64 61 .......14, 21, 49, 51,63 .55 21, 38, 45, 63, 66, Dunbar, Mary Io ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 32, Drozda, Don .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dudley, Phyllis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dugan, Don ,,........ 12, 14, Dunlap, Miss Helen Dutton, Ioan ..,........,.,. Dvorak, Donna .....,....... 6 59 9, 32 60 Edwards, Ron ...,,.,........,,,, 1 ..... ...... 4 4, 69 Eichelberger, Rita . . ..,,.,... 14, 16, 21 Eiesnbarth, Don ......., ......,.........,.......... 6 9, 73 Eisenbarth, Shirley ....,...,.....,..,.........,,....... 30, 59 Eitel, Rosie ..,......,.,.............. 14, 21, 25, 41, 42, 45 Ensminger, Faye .,,.... ......,.,.........,...............,.. 6 0 Erickson, Lida ........... .......,..,.......................... 5 9 Evans, Christine ...............,....,............. 31, 32, 59 Everrett, Duane ..... .,..... l 4, 21, 48, 50, 66, Everrett, Gary ...,.,.. Everett, Robert ...... Everson, Carol .......,.,..... Pager, Howard .,,.., Fager, Keith ........,,.,.,..,...... 67 56 58 60 14 21 39 54 56 Fairchild, lerry .....,,,.,,,...... , , , , , Farmer, Barbara ..14, 21, Felton, Doris .......... 63 22, 41, 52, 53, 58, 64 Ferguson, Evonne .............................................. 15 21 22, 41, 53, 58, 59, 64 Fitz, David ....,.............................,........... 21, 25, 48 Fitz, Don ......,...........,.,......................................... 74 Forbes, Bus .,,.......... ........................... 5 4, 55 Forbes, Vernon ......, ,....,..., 5 , 8, 54, 56, 57 Forrer, Iean ,............, .............................. 3 2 Foster, Gladys .....,. ................... 5 5, 61 Foster, Glenda ....... ............ 5 5, 50 Frain, Donna ....,.. ................ 2 5, 62 France, Hnita ....,. ....,.... 2 B, 35, 54 Francis, Dick ...... ---------------,---------- 5 9 Frank, Shirley .... ....,........-.........-----. 5 1 Franklin, Ruth ........ ........r 3 1. 55, 57. 50 Frederick, Bonnie ..,..,..............,...............,.-. 15, 21 Fredstrom, Dale ......,............................. 31, 59, 73 Fredstrom, Paul ...,,....,........,.......,.........i A............ 29, 34 50, 56, 59, 55, 57, 70, 72 Freet, Tom ......... ........,............... v ...... 4 4, 50, 57, 73 French, lack .......,..,.,.........,.......................,......... 15 Frohardt, Gordon ...... ..........,........,.. 6 1 Frost, Donna ,,.......... ....... 2 8 Fry, Billie .......,...... ,,.,.,.. 6 1 Furman, Bob ......... ....... 6 9 Gallatin, Bryan ........,.... Galloway, Bun ,...... Ganshorn, Carol ...., Gans, Barbara ..,..,..,... Ganz, Mrs. Eleanor QQIQQIQ''26f'5'0'f67'," 21 68 59 59 56 Gardner, Donna ......., .......... 1 5, 53, 55, , Gardner, Wanda ....... Garlow, Carol ,..,.,. Garner, Walter ...... Garrett, Barbara ....... Geerdes, Clayton ...... Geis, loanne ......,..... Gekas, lim ....,,........, Gertsch, Marion ...,. Giebenrath, Norma Gieber, Elizabeth ....,. Gies, Maxine ............... Gillispie, Esther ............. Dickinson, Mary Qnn .............A.-........ 27, 42, 51, 53 58 Dittman, Matthew ,................. Dodge, Doris ,..............,,.............Y DQ11, Ed ,,,,,,,,,,,, 14, 21, 44, 45, 50 54 DO11, lim .......,,,....,,1..............,...... ............ Donahoo, Bonnie .............,........-....... Donahoo, Elwin ........,.. .... ....... 1 4 Donlan, Miss Violette .................Y.,. Dormer , Dormer, Dormer, Dormer, Dorsey, Danny ......,,...,Y........,.,.... Dick ,..,....,.....,.......,... .,., Pat ...1..,.. ...,.......,..... 1 4 Vic ....,.....,......,............, A.-. Barbara ,..,.... 14, 21, 22 Q1 S1 se, 56, i'5'Q'Q'i'," ',f.f'.f.Q7," ,. .. . . ..21 , 64 69 73 54 47 58 70 48 59 59 42 f 1 ' ii," 60 Gillispie, Helen .....,. .. . .... , ........ 27, 56 Gillispie, Lois ....,......................,........................ 50 Gilmore, Mary ...................Y.......................... 15, 24 Glass, Ed ..........,.........,. 26, 50, 58, 67, 70, 74, 75 Gloe, Dick .,.,.........,....,....,.......... ................,......... 2 1 Godfrey, Barbara .......,......................,............... 58 Goin, David ....,........ ................. ..... ..... 3 2 , 54, 50 Goin, Ronald .........,...................................... 54, 63 Goth, Harvey ..................., 37, 50, 56, 66, 67, 74 Gould, Ierry .......,...............,,.,............,..,....... 56, 61 Grabill, Kathy ,....... 5, 15, 21, 22, 49, 53, 58, 68 Grant, Floyd ..........................................1............. 61 Grant, Katherine ..........,.....,,. .........,1.......,..,.... 5 0 Graumann, DeEstye ....... ......,....,..........,.,. 6 0 Green, Lola ..................... ................ 1 5, 21, 54 Greer, Patty ......,..,,...., ......... 2 5, 53, 58, 59 Grell, Richard .,.... ............ 5 B, 69, 73 Page 93 Grossoehrn, William ...... Gunn, lack ...........,......... Gustafson, Hrchie ....... Gustafson, Flrlene - .....,. H Haberlan, lim ................ Hagel-Pitt, Virginia .... Hageman, Nancy ..... Hageman, Norma ..... Haning, Clayton ..,... Hannan, Faye . ...... Hansen, lanet ....,. 21 60 ...Q5f.1QQQQQQl'iS 21 .27 ...26 21 23 Hansen, Owen ........... . .................,.............. 55 Hansen, Pat ............................,.... .......... ,.,,,....... 12, 15, 21, 25, 37, 44, 45, 51 53 Harbaugh, Dick ....1...................................1...... Harms, Ruth ......,,..........................................,.. Harrington, Richard ...,.... Harris, Ralph .,............... Harrison, Bob .,.......... Harrison, Homer ....,.. Hartley, loan ...,,.,.,., Hartman, H1 .....,.......,.. Hartshorn, Martha ........ Hatfield, Keith ............ 15 21 45 54 56 . ..... , , , .58 52 .40 45 .56 ieffery, Ellis .............. lenkins, Ienkins, lenkins, lohnson, Iohnson, Iohnson, Iohnson, Iohnson, lohnson, Iohnston, Betty ................. Carol Lee Dean .......... Qrline ,..... Dick .,... Donna ...,.. Gary ..... Glenn ...... loan ........,. Iones, Cleo ............... lones, Delores ......... lones, Noel ......................... Iorgenson, Ellsworth Ioy, Mur Iuckette, iel ,.... ................. Hal .......... ,..... . .. A"W"AiE',"21f'2S' Charlotte .. .......i...... flffffffis Kaeding, Robert ............................Y.., Kauer, lane .......... . ..................,........... . Hatfield, Kenneth .............................,...,......... Hathaway, Betty .............. ...,........................... 5, 12, 15, 21, 25, 44, 45, 49 51, 52, 53 64 Hawkins, Dawson ..,... B, 12, 34, 50, 67 68 Hays, Donald ...,.......................,.....,.................... Hearn, Betty ........... ............................ 2 8 53 Hecht, Max ,.........................,.. ........ .........l.. . 4 5 Heeckt, Shirley ..................i.......,.,...,.,... 15 25 Heiliger, Don ..,...........,..................,.............. 15 Heim, Shirle ........ 27, 42, 45, 51, 53, 56 62 Heiselman, Charles ..,... "ii Heiser, Marilyn ..................f........... , Henderson, Dottie .,......... Henderson, Iohn ............ Hendrix, Mrs. Lucenda ....... Hendrix, Bob .................. Hendrix, Dick ..i.............. Hertzel, Franklin .....,. Hertzel, lim ................ Hevelane, Donna .,... Hile, Shirley ............ Hill, Roscoe ............ Hill, Mrs. Ruth . ..,,...... Hillier, Francine ........ Hillier, Larry .......... Hinds, Ianice , .... .. Hines, Betsey ......... Hiskey, Beverly ..... Hites, Ruth .,........ Hixson, Leity ......... Hoage, Harold ....... Hoa land, Lyla ...... Hoeg, Lavonne ...... Hofeldt, Preston .... HofMann, Phyllis ....., HofMann, Ronnie HofMann, Shirley ..... Holbert, Hllan ........ Holbert, Fred .....,.... Holden, Blanche ....... Holden, Harold ...... Holden, Ierry ...... Holden, Iuanita , ..... Holland, Iohn ............. Holscher, LaVerne ........ Holscher, Phyllis . ........ .. Holscher, Shirley ..... 58 30 45 47 62 15 , ..... 51" 55" Holtz, Gloria .....v......... Hooper, Marlene ....... Horton, Fllyce .......... . Howard, Pat ................................................, Hudson, Virginia ....................................... Huenick, Meredith .....,...........,..................- Hultberg, Hoyt .... 21, 49, Humann, Iulius ......... . ..... 717 Keller, Miss Loretta ...................... 22 Kemper, Sharon .,...... 16, 21 Kempton, Babette .................... 1 Kennedy, lean ........ .................... Kent, Mary Flnn ...... Kepler, Marvin ....... Kepler, Rolland ...... ....... Keys, Mary ........... Killham, Iimmie ...... .... King, Myrna . ...... . 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Krieger, lerry ...... 17, 21, 37 38, 47 Kritner, Marlyn .......... 17, 21 25, 42 Kroon, Bill ..................l......................... Krumtum, Mary-Ellen ..............l...... Krumtum, Roy ............... ...... Kruse, Renee l.............. ......... Kuhner, Pat ... .................. Kyker, Franklin ................. L 50, 66, 67, 70, 7 Hunt, Ioan ........................... Hunt, Wendell .................... Hutchinson, Marlene ....,... Hyland, lim ..................... 1 Igou, lerry .........,. ....... Imig, Flrlene ............ . lnbody, Gerald ....... ..,....... Ingham, Bob ....... Ivey, Dixie ....... ........ 1 i6"'il"'iiii" 1 1 Qi 32 SX" 56 Ianke, Iim ...... ............ Ianke, Vera . Ieambey, Bob ........,.......... 5 16 , ,21, 231 Page 94 ,42 Lamason, Lee .............,.........,.......... Lambert, Finn ............ .......... 1 7 Lambert, Nathan ...... ...... Landwer, Hlfred ..... Langan, Kathleen ,..... Lapp, Chuck ........... Large, lane .............. 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Miller, Marilyn . ...... .......... 1 8. 21, 22, Milton, Patrick ........ ... ...Y.................. Mitchell, lere ...... ..................... Mitchell, Merlin .,.... Mohler, lerry ........ ......... 5 8, Mohler, Io Hnn ...... .............. Mohlman, Ross ...... ............................... . Mohrhoff, Delbert ...................................... Monia, DeLoris . ......... 18, 21 24, 38, 44, Montgomery, Violet .............. I .................... f Moore, Kenneth .................... Qi Leacock, Florence .... ............ . ..... . 30 34 Leacock, Frances ...... .......... Lear, Virginia .... ..... Lee, Betty lean ...... Lee, lerry .... Lee, Robert ........... Lehman, Philip ....... Lehr, Leon ............... Lehr, Rita .............. Lemon, Dale ......... Lemon, George ...... Leonard, Lila .......... Lesoing, Harlan .......... ....... 1 1 1 50 215 Moore, Mrs. Mary .......... Moore, Mary Ieanette ..... .......... 3 0, 38, Moore, Mar ................... ......................... 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Owens, lanet ..... P Packard, Sharron .........v,. Packett, Karolyn ...... Packett, Marilyn ......,.. Paddack, Marilyn .,..... Pappas, Margie ......., Parrott, Io Finn .,.,...,. Patterson, Dolores .,... Paul, Rosemary .,..... Payn, Beverly ,..... '.f.','.'.'.54, Pavey, Thomas ......,.......,..,..........,.,... ........ Pavey, Iames ...,....,....,...,......,..,,.........,..,..... Peck, Gayle ....,......,.... 18, 21, 24, 50, 66, Peirce, Marilyn ..,..................... 37, 44, 45, Pelan, loe ...........r.. .,... Pelikan, Marilyn .,.... Pelley, Dr. Iames ....... Peters, Marcia ,,....,,,. Peters, Nancy ....... Peterson, Doris ....... Peterson, Lloyd ..... 31, Peterson, Pat .,.......... ..... Pieiter, Ervin .........,..... ..........i.........,. Pieiier, Ruth Plnn ...,... ...........,...,......., Phillips, Kent .................................,............ Phillips, Bob ...................,..,..,.. 18, 21, 22, Phillips, Sue .................,...,,..........,..........,.. 5, 18, 21, 24, 47, 49, 53, 58, 64, Picket, Rolland ..........,...........,.........,...... Pierce, Delores .,,.......... Plager, Veda ..,...,. Pokorny, Dick ,..... Pope, Ierrie ........,.. Poskochil, Helen ..... Powell, Susie ........ Powell, Pete ...... Price, loe .......,.... Q Quelvog, Ninette ...........,... R iiif' 31, Rg ,Ick ,.................,..... . .,,.. ,........ . alan a 48 Railsback, lack ...,......,... ......... 4 6, Rakow, Ronnie ......,., R nkin Duane 69, a , .......... Rassmussen, loanne ..., ,.......... . Rassmuss en, Roberta Ratzslotf, Kenneth ......... Read, Kathryn ..,... . ....,,. . Rediger, lirn .,..,,.......,.,.,..... Rediger, Richard ........,,,.,.,... Reeder, Mrs. Elizabeth .......32 18, 21 31 I .......60 .......56 56 Reid, Paul ..,.........,.............., ............... Reitz, Plrlys .........,,.,..,..... ,,........,.,,,.... 3 2 Rezek, Francis ...... ,....... 7 , 31, 68 Rhoades, Dick ..,..,.,. ......,. ,.......,.,.....,., Rhoades, Robert ,.... ..- .......,...,. . Rhoden, lack ,.,......... ...,..,,, 5 6 Rice, Charlotte ........ Rich, Don ........,,.,.,,,, .,.,.,,,,,,,, Rich, Marjorie ..,...,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, 3 2 Richards, Kenneth ..,. Rieke, Rodney ......... Riettors, Carol ,... . Riettors, Max ....... Ritchey, Lewis ,.,,,,,,,,,,, fQIiIli'i"' 61 Rittenburg, Ierry ..,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,, 3 9 Roberts, Mrs. Virginia Robson, Iulie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Roeder, Louise ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rogers, George ....... Rogge, Thurl ....,.... Rolotson, lanice ..., ROOT, Marvin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H Rosecrans, Gayle ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rosenberger, Marlene 31, 56 ...list-3"' Simtifa 42 26 ROSeI1quiSt, Berneta ............,.,....... 29 34 ROS6l'1quist, Glenn ..,,,,.,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 19, 21, 25, 38, 40, 44, 45, 49 Rosenquist, Ruthena ............,, 29, 31, ROSS, Caroline ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ruby, Hlta ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, S Sdbin, Mary Lou ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H Sack, Doris ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, SGCk, Virginia ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sandstedr, Bob ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 9 Sandstedt, lean ..,.,,.. SQUHST, Chester 46 54 63 Scattergood, Robert----I SChC1epe, Keith .,,,,,,,,,,, Schafer, Keith ,,,,,,,, Schaffer, Bob . ..., . Schell, Eldona .... Qi "'5'i"'S5 Schlegelmilch, Dale ........ Schleiger, Bill ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schleiger, Dave .,,,....... Schleiger, Elizabeth ......., Schleiger, loyce ,,,,.,..... Schlitt, Dan ............,.,.. Schmadeke L1 , oyd ....,... 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