Northeast High School - Rocket Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)
- Class of 1969
Page 1 of 240
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 240 of the 1969 volume:
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Adviser ..... ...... M rs. R, Stanley Hughes
Co-Editors ...... ....... J o Borgens, Jeanne Bucy
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Northeast student body upholds the mighty Rocket
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name through a new year
The school year had not progressed for when
l6OO students discovered that being a real Rocket
was not an 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. assignment.
Besides active and constructive classroom parti-
cipation, they discovered that a well-rounded
schedule included serving on committees, serving
as officers, and active membership in the many
extra curricular activities.
They discovered also that their influence ex-
tended beyond the classroom walls. They began
to realize that they had an obligation to their
community-local, state, and national. Assisting
in such projects was a rewarding experience which
added to their school year.
ln yet another area, Rockets proved their
effectiveness. This was the home, Each truly dedi-
cated Rocket thought highly of his home, and
this, in addition to his in- and out-ot-school. ac-
tivities, made his year worthwhile and memorable.
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The family promotes both
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faith and worshipg they
Successful flights depend upon precision
planning, minute adherence to the flight plan,
and exact conformity to regulations. But these
cannot guarantee success. Another requirement
is the faith of the astronaut-faith in himself,
in his craft, and in a power greater than these.
Fortunate is the student whose family has
fostered this faith. Like a contrail following be-
hind the craft, faith is intangible and incorporeal,
yet it is visible to all who watch.
also add support to the everlasting Rocket spirit
Sturdy construction is basic in the building of
any aircraft from the lightest glider to the faster-
than-sound outerspace missile. Only as tested ma-
terials are assembled according to an accurate
master plan, can a worthy aircraft be launched.
The same is true in the life of a student. To
be an effective and successful Rocket, a sound
family relationship is all-important.
As fads change Northeast students keep in step,
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Fleets of rockets soaring into the heavens
follow definite flight patterns. As the lead craft
veers, banks, or zooms ahead, others follow in
exact and precise formations.
Students, likewise, follow their leader through
intricate patterns of change. Styles seen in the
breaking some old -tradit
hall, pastimes enjoyed in leisure hours, ideas
discussed in the classroom often follow a design
which has been originated by a leader.
In aerospace, a new trip brings changes in
the flight plans, changes in ideas, and changes
in patterns. Likewise, each year students adopt
new trends and new vogues, but always they will
tend to conform to the crowd whether it be shoes
and gaily-colored hose for girls, or a flower decal
adorning the jalopy.
Tradition builds memories, but it is change
that marks the path for future tradition. A mis-
sile flying onward into the sky leaves a contrail
behind for all to see. This contrail becomes a
tradition which will last until it is replaced by
new and different ones.
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Training a pilot, instructing a nav-
igator, educating a ground crew. Such
an undertaking requires a compre-
hensive program of knowledge and
skill, curiosity and desire.
To man his craft, a crew member
must understand each facet of the
flight-each air current, each map,
each instrument on his panel, each
law of physics which will affect his
course. ln a sense, each high school
student is learning to become a pilot.
He must learn all those forces which
will help or hinder him as he leaves
the runway and takes off to follow
his own flight plan. A school pro-
gram must, then, be comprehensive
lt must be well-rounded. lt must lead
the student down many trails, from
the wide concrete superway to the
little-explored byway of knowledge.
And finally, it must challenge him
to open new trails for the students
who will follow after.
Teachers saw much action through sponsoring clubs
The faculty get into the swing of things by performing
a skit at the G. l. rally, helping boost the LNHS spirit.
World Lit teacher, Mr. Mason, opens his book, gives
the class a smile and proceeds into one of his lectures.
Northeast teachers had many new exper-
iences during the '68-'69 school year. Newcomers
were orientated by the veterans to the policies
at LNHS. Teachers new or old always have new
pages put into memory books.
Some teachers performed in a skit at the
Grand Island football rally. The Rocket spirit
was lifted when the villian's magical mustache
Mr. McClanahan's experimenting Sr. Comp class had a guest
who spoke on her original poetry and read examples.
Early on Monday morning three history teachers talk with
much enthusiasm ot the activities scheduled for the week.
at LN plus performanc
e of a skit at the rally
was confiscated by Mr. Hett, The skit, planned
by Mrs. O'Brien, was original and will never be
forgotten by the student body or the participants.
Instructors shared and planned new ideas
with their students. Co-ed gym classes, square
dancing and the Spanish dinner were two
examples of new teaching methods.
Teachers took time out to enjoy delicious school lunches
and talk privately without having any students around.
day meetings. They wonder who or what the masks imitate
Mrs. Wilcox ate heartily when her third year Spanish class
prepared a dinner of foreign delights straight from Spain.
Mr. Hetfelfinger combined the boys' and girls' PE
classes for square dancing while he acted as caller.
Two teachers examine these objects at one of their Tues-
Students found new and different experiences this
7 Who will ever forget this year at Lincoln
M i i 1 Northeast? Many experiences were unforgettable
and many you would like to forget but cannot.
Boosting Northeast spirit was an effort of
everyone during our undefeated basketball season.
Hours were spent making signs and practicing
skits to show what Rocket spirit exactly is.
Along with rising spirit, students accornp-
N Club staged a "Grin In" to help boost the basketball team to their
season record of 16-0 by dedicating an original song to Coach Johnson.
Mr. Putman models his new outfit given to
him by the cast and crew of "Chalk Garden."
Another N Club member recited a poem -+--We
about the winningest Rocket BB team. W,
Coach Ed Johnson taught his son, Jay,
early what the game of basketball is.
year while continuing
lished much in their classes this year. Everything
from making coffee tables in wood class to prac-
ticing formations in band taught new facts,
Everyone has now learned, with help from
the office, one must obtain a parking sticker
before parking in the school parking lot.
Considering all phases of the year, no one
will forget the fun ancl classes of this year.
Mr. Hiza directs
students alike by
Woodshop teacher Mr. Coleman talks to one student about his project, finding mostly
favoiabre comments on Brad Schuman's record cabinet betore he takes it home.
Mr. Dietrich reminds a student that a sticker
needs to be obtained to park in the la'-
some old LN traditions
the busy lunchroom traffic, teachers and
putting up a sign and enforcing the law.
The all school play light crew spent a
lot of time preparing tor performances.
After many long practices the Northeast band, led by Mr
Schulz finished with saluting LNHS at home football games
Many LN boosters took time lor school dances, both
Northeast students always anticipated school
dances. Preparation for the special dances took
much time and work. Decorating demanded co-
operation of many people, but when fully carried
out, the theme put couples into a dancing mood.
Homecoming was put into full swing by the
Student Council. Election of a host and hostess,
an alumni tea honoring the class of l'-758, plus
the Harvest Moon dance were highlights of the
event. An exciting evening in Wonderland, mak-
ing students feel miniature, and voting for a King
of Hearts climaxed the Turnabout.
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Rockettes sponsored the Turnabout, a dance where the girls
are the host. The theme was carried out by entering through
the keyhole to Alice's Wonderland of giant flowers and trees.
Homecoming brought many unforgettable surprises, responsibilities, and joys to students, faculty and parents. Decorating with
pumpkins and hay, naming Linda Gage hostess, and the dance - all were planned by the chairman, Margaret Burkhardt.
the casual and formal occasions
The most memorable dances were the for-
mals. These special evenings were planned by the
juniors who made an extra effort to make the
events unforgettable, Students will long recall the
enchanted evening of the Junior-Senior prom.
Everything from buying a formal to dining
at a sophisticated restaurant will be a beautiful
memory. Girls will remember their first formal
and even the first corsage. The boys will recall
how nervous they were trying to pin on the cor-
sage, or trying to decide where to eat. No, couples
can never forget their high school proms.
LN was involved in the community, city and state
Besides participating in extra-curricular
school activities, Northeast students also partici-
pated in community, city, and state events. A
portion of them became involved in politics on
Each year community clubs sponsor delegates
to Girls' State and Boys' State. Northeast had the
honor of having one of their delegates, Gary
Papke, represent the State of Nebraska at Boys'
national and international levels.
Student involvement came in a number of
ways. Radio and television appearances, speech
contests, and music competition were but a few.
This year, supporting a presidential candidate
was a new and unforgettable experience.
Nation in Washington, D. C.
Another Rocket was selected to participate
in the i968 summer AFS program. Laura Weber
will never forget her weeks in Holland. Also,
Northeast hosts two foreign students each year
through the American Field Service.
Yearbook, newspaper, and journalism students devoted one day to a conference sponsored by the UN School of Journalism.
Students heard assembly speakers who
expressed ideas that broadened and in-
fluenced the listeners' viewpoints.
Mary Gossman wears her Girls' State
beanie and displays other souvenirs.
Senior cellist Alice Henline was named the state string
division winner of the Nebraska Music Teachers' Audition.
LN's Voice of Democracy finalists
Cyndi Orr, Maxine Kirwan and Lloyd
Swartz discuss their next speeches.
Boys' State delegate, Gary Papke dis-
plays a sign saved from Boys' Nation.
AFS returnee Laura Weber is proud of the Holland flag,
a pair of wooden shoes and a doll collected from last summer.
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school helped in promoting the 'Spirit of I969'
The Spirit of '69 was promoted from January
l3 through January l7. Rockettes spent many
long hours preparing signs, badges and cookies.
When entering the Hall of Fame, Home of
the Rockets, on Monday morning each locker
had a protest sign carrying the message 'Up with
ROCKET spirit. Competition was held for the
best sign plus a contest for decorating classroom
doors which Dave Dahl won. Cookies bearing
the letters LN were distributed at lunch Friday.
At the Friday rally Rockettes performed a skit rep-
resenting Charlie Brown, Lucy and their friends.
The week was brought to a tremendous
close with a victory Friday night over Lincoln
High. Even though this special week was set aside,
Rocket Spirit still rings through the halls tor
LNHS enthusiasm continues.
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Changes in the building
Students look down the line of food wonder-
ing when the big new building would open.
Watching each step, of the complex job of building Northeast a new cafeteria,
students endured the odors going along with the loud noise of the construction.
at Northeast took place
Northeast took on a new look in two of
its areas during the school year. Students and
faculty looked forward to the initial moving date
of April l into the new cafeteria. Most of all
the cafeteria personnel appreciated the big move
into the new building. New appliances were in-
stalled while new tables and benches were ordered.
Students endured many odd odors during the
months of construction. Worst of all was the
day of tarring the roof with the day of painting
the walls coming second.
Cafeteria ladies pack up on moving day,
ready to relocate all of their utensils.
throughout the school year
Arriving before the new cafeteria came a
long-awaited shipment of new curtains. The old
curtains retired after twenty five years of service
at Northeast. Everyone made the adjustment to
the new look in the auditorium quickly.
Northeast's school building is continually be-
ing improved but this year seemed full of im-
provements. All appreciated the new additions.
The retiring auditorium curtains lie in a heap
after twenty-five years of service to Northeast.
The auditorium took on 'a different look with new
curtains hung during the first semester of this year.
Everyone notices the curtains, making
positive comments on their bright look.
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their undefeated season the Rockets earned
The Rockets looked hopefully at another
chance at the state tourney. Lincoln Northeast
prepared for this trip in many different ways.
When arriving at school Monday morning,
Rocket boosters had a chance to sign papers for
each member of the team. These were combined
into a scroll for each player, and presented at
the rally Wednesday morning.
Rockettes helped boost spirit by selling but-
tons. These buttons were black and white and
read GO ROCKETS. Also, members of the pep
club prepared locker signs for each of the l,2OO
lockers. These signs were put not only on the
lockers, but on the doors, windows, and hall bul-
letin boards throughout the building.
Lincoln Northeast was presented a new sign
made of black vinyl bearing the name ROCKETS
in white. The sign was first displayed at the dis-
trict games at Pershing Auditorium and later
during state competition. In addition to these
extra touches for the tournament trip were in-
numerable signs painted to boost spirit.
The student body was commended for their
fine conduct at these highly competitive games,
and the entire school joined in thanking Coach
Johnson for guiding the team to a state tourney.
the third straight
trip to the state tournament
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A space program is more than
three astronauts stepping into a cap-
sule, making a flight, and returning
to earth. lt is more than a missile
fired into the heavens-it is more
than a squadron of aircraft proceed-
ing in exact formation from base to
target. lndeed, a space program is
a complex organization, it is a com-
posite of thousands of integrated ac-
tivities, each basic in function, each
vital to a complete expedition.
Such is true of a school. A school
is more than a routine of classes,
studies, rallies, and assemblies. It is
an entity which encompasses the many
interests, aptitudes, and talents. It
must be well-rounded. lt must lead
a trail into the unknown. The influence
and effect of each becomes a contrail
visible to all.
Row l.-S. Collins, N. Lahm, J. Jonas, P. Bunn, J. Greeno, M. Burkhardf, K. Gregg, N. Dean, L. Gage. Row 2.-K. Hipple, J. Rudell L Weber C
Jasson, C. Fletcher, V. Ramos, P. Nielsen, D. Lichfy, J. Campbell, C. Bonscck, R. Anderson. Row 3.-B. Frickel, H. Hill, B. Biggs C Sinclair M
Holfgrewe, J. Smith, M. Damkroger, B. Prochoska, Mr. Taylor, G. Sullivan, L. Brockmon, R. Genfhe.
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Linda Gage, dedicated president of Student Council
You used whose car for the car-bash?
Council members labored hard for fellow students
The qualifications ofa student council mem-
ber are leadership, intelligence, and the ability
to cooperate with their fellow students. With the
fine leadership of Mr. Taylor, the elected mem-
bers were able to accomplish many of the stu-
dents' wishes. Some of their accomplishments
were installation of a pop machine, circulating
a questionnaire through the student body, and
sending a delegation to the annual State Stu-
dent Convention at Norfolk.
First Lady Linda Gage successfully ran the
beginning semester then gave up her duty to
Chuck Sinclair for another eventful term. Two
days each week members set aside one period for
their meeting. During these sessions issues are
constantly being discussed.
President "Chuck" Sinclair discusses the minutes of
the previous meeting with Secretary Debbie Lichty.
Row l-N. Dean, V. Ramoz, L. Novak, C. Orr, B. Catlett, J. Rudell. Row 2-D. Lichty, R. Anderson, B. Ross, M. Holtgrewe, B. Prochaska, J.
l-lerpolsheimer, C. Jonsson. Row 3-Mr. Taylor, R. l-lubka, G. Wright, B. Biggs, C. Sinclair, M. Wilkins, P. Koch. Row 4-V. Staberg, L. Gage, K.
Gregg, G. Johnson, P. Bunn, N. Lahm, B. Knight, M. Eley, J. Jonas.
Row l-Miss Holm-
quist, A. Henline, K.
Dake, D. Thompson,
D. Detenbeck, K.
Bennett, C. Fletcher,
R. Orr, J. Cook, J.
Price, J. Borgens, S.
Jones, J. Bucy, P. Jo-
nas, N. Wheatley, S.
Backencamp, P. Rin-
ne, L. Benton, L.
Warren, L. Nelson, D.
Watts, Mrs. Adams.
Row 2-S. Meier-
henry, B. Knight, J.
Novotny, M. Barnes,
J. Torell, P. Lewis, P.
Siemering, S. Welter,
C. Slechta, R. Wall,
D. Hovey, R. Lawson,
L. Lortz, C. Swanson,
N. Henninger, C.
Fisk, J. Dolan, P. El-
liott, L. Bontrager, C.
Upton, P. Vercellino,
es displayed their enthusiasm by spirited
Row 3-B. Buntmeyer, B. Huston, D. Walker, K. Sipp, K. Johnson, C. Jansson, P. Levey, L. Elliott, V. Butler, K. Hitz, K.
Parker, D. Els, P. Nielsen, M. Gossman, J. Rank, C. Sipma, L. McKinney, A. Perkinton, M. Kirwan. Row 4-V. Dixon, C.
Williams, M. Van Horn, D. Dinges, P, Schweitzer, S. Johnson, S. Ellis, M. Way, D. Upton, J. Robison, J. Oakeson, N. Dean
B. Schuldt, J. Rumpeltes, J. Hansen, B. Pester, N. Thompson, S. Scharf, A. Boiler, M. Kaenel, P. Lageson. Row 5-S.
Schneider, C. Palu, T. Spadt, J. Gettman, M. Byleen, S. Swartz, L. Woelfle, M. Perkinton, P. Camerson, G. Johnson, J.
Joiner, G. Sanders, L. Hohensee, J. Couch, N. Greb, C. Griffin, J. Mc.Glinn, J. Townsley, S. Robare, D. Woodcock, R. Walton.
Row 6-J. Ewing, C. Reinke, C. Block, K. Hosek, J. Shelton, K. Gregg, S. Schreurs, J. Greeno, L. White, B. Bergt, M. Rein-
hart, J. Sobotta, D. Lichtv, P. Webb, L. Prusia, K. Swanson, L. Greuter, B. Davidson, C. Ahrens, L. Johnson. Row 7-L
support at school activities, games, and at rallies
Frakes, J. Kirchner, J. Gabelhouse, B, Mclntosh, D. Gaston, L. Gaae, B. Sabalka, M. Jamison, J. Syslo, J. Standley, V. Ramos, S. Miller, P. Buckland,
P. B'umer, K. Harfshorn, E. Peterson, C. Zier, D. Hoyt, V. Hall, L. Clark. Row 8-D. Faimon, J. Kennedy, K. Chaffee, P. Dunbar, N. Jurgens, P.
Shaw, V. Sheldon, K. Williams, J. Smith, L, Way, C. Hildebrand, K. Eldenberg, M. Burkhardr, M. Lange, C. Orr, M. Hall, C. Cramer, V. Zessin, S.
Kriz, J. Warnsholz, S. Chase. Row 9-D. Trautt, S. Belz, N. Magnusson, M. Mealhow, B. Fye, P. Brady, P. Vance, D. Strayer, P. Ore, K. Hornung,
K. Hile, C. Kolb, C. Peterson, C. Haar, T. Durham, S. Birdwell, R. Hughes, P. Hill, R. Weber, K. Meduna, S. Hughes.
Rockettes change constitution, sponsor "Through
Karen Hosek displays the new Rockette hat.
Officers for the first semester include President, Cindy
Fletcher: Treasurer, Nancy Wheatley: Vice-President, .lean
Dolan, and not pictured, Secretary, Margaret Burchardt.
Thru rain and snow, the Rockettes still go .
Rockette members brought many new changes
to the rules of the club this year. During one ot
the early spring meetings, the new members
agreed to change the Rockette hat. Previously,
girls were required to wear a white hat with the
letters LN across the side. The Rockette constitu-
tion stated that girls were not allowed to wear
jewelry with their uniform, but members changed
this, allowing them to wear the LN necklace.
A final change was to allow members to drink
pop at games without receiving a demerit.
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the Looking Glass," attend rallies, games, meets
The theme for the Turnabout Dance this
year was "Through the Looking Glass," based on
the story "Alice in Wonderland." Rockette mem-
bers worked diligently on decorations, posters,
entertainment and refreshments to make the
occasion a true Rocket success.
Games, decorating goal posts, meets, migra-
tions, squad assignments, attending meetings,
making signs, pre-game dinners and many more
spirit-boosting activities plus dedicated officers,
cheerleaders, and sponsors, added to the spirit
at Northeast and helped the teams bring home
more of those "Groovy" Rocket victories.
Rockette members wait for their bus for the migration to Hastings.
Second semester President, Bev Bergr calls about
Sponsors were Mrs. Adams and Miss Holmquist.
u migration while the other officers, Jo Borgens,
Nancy Wheatley, and Lisa Warren, wait hopefully.
Linda White, Sharon Schreuers, and Retha
Orr help decorate for the Turnabout.
Reserve Pep Club assures
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Reserve officers include J. Metcalf, J. Markwardt, C. Gage, K.
Kleeb, P. Marshall, V. Staberg, N. Schulenberg, not shown, B.
Catleft. Sponsors include Mrs. Rudell, and Mrs. Vifquain.
continuous spirit at LN
Reserve Pep Club, whose membership is com-
posed of junior girls, helps promote ,spirit the
same way Rockettes do. A girl who wishes to
become a member is required to pass a test on
the constitution and she may remain in the club
until she accumulates five demerits. Demerits are
given if a member does not attend all home
basketball games, or it she does not report to a
squad assignment, assigned meet, or a meeting,
without a written excuse from her parents.
A highlight for reserve members is wearing
the Reserve Pep Club uniform and being able to
sit as a group at rallies, games, and meets.
New to the organization this year were reserve
cheerleaders for reserve football games. Sponsor
was Mrs. Rudell and Mrs. Vifquain was her assist-
ant. They presided over all meetings, gave their
ideas and opinions and supervised activities.
Members hurry to
the gym and . . .
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selves for their first
rally as club members.
Row l-P. Groat, A. Graven, P. Watts, L. Weber, V. Wilson, L. Hiza, K. Ketterer, S. Doughty, B. May, G. Warren, D. Zemke, J. Markwardt, N
Story, P. James. Row 2-P. Shonerd, W. Parks, L. Frain, K. Perkinton, L. Swift, M. Hudzicki, V. Martin, M. Peterson, P. Wolfe, J. Johnson, N
McKinney, L. Kalvoda, J. Stickriey, R, Tramdachs, N. Rasmussen. Row 3-R. Peacock, J. Layton, G. Crounse, M. White, V. Vallis, S. Essman
C. Williams, J. Scott, D. Snesrud, S. Henninger, J. Berry, L. Brown, B. Hughes, V. Krogh. Row 4-V. Burchardt, C. Westcott, A. Sulek, A. Bouers,
R. Chappell, C. Glaser, K. Wells, C Vandahl, J. Schafer, D. Ray, J. Gossard, D. Anson, C. Janda, L- RiDG. Row 5-T. Kipper, D. Farley, J. Tur-
ner, G. Swanson, K. Parizek, C. Plock, B. Bickford, S. Edwards, J. Albert, K. Wiseman, V. Mays, A. Flock, B. Woerner, M. Woodward. Row 6-
S. Toohey, S. Smith, J. Marshall, S. Gies, C. Thompson, E. Wolfe, D. Stilwell, P. Koranda, G. Witulski, J. Williams, J. Davis, D. Gergens, J. Benash
S. Lightner. Row 7- A. Hughes, D. Smith, C. Pettet, C. Farr, E. Hawkins, J. Wulf, J. Mayfield, C. Dietrich, C. Pettet, C, Kirby, C. Sundeen, K
Schmidt, J. Budt. Row 8-S. Jansing, V. Morris, N. Philippi, S. Carlson, J. Lee, P. Marshall, J. Cejka, D. Crorik, P. Bunn D, l-leffelfinger, C. Hoff
man, C. Fowler, B. Basteder, T. Donner. Row 9-L. Smith, V. Staberg, K. Kleeb, B. Catlett, J. Ross, P. Barnhill, C. Gage, R. Zlab, J. Starita, S
Mehan, L. Schultz, J. Prell, D. Roberts, N. Buls.
Reserve Cheerleaders-G. Warren, S
Doughty, K. Ketterer, L. Weber, B. May
V. Wilson, L. Hiza, D. Zemke.
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Varsity cheerleaders spent many hours per-
fecting their skill and style as they worked to
uphold the Rocket tradition of excellence. Some
school time was allotted for the girls' use, but
even so they could usually be found working into
the late afternoon hours on locker signs, planning
rallies, and making new cheers.
The cheerleaders led the cheers and boosted
the spirit ot the teams as they attended all in-
town and out-of-town games. They made signs for
the homes and gave each member of the team a
good luck charm for the season. Mrs. O'Brien,
cheerleader sponsor, helped the girls cheer the
Rockets on to victory after victory.
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Renewed vigor and spirit marked the I969 N Club
First the certificate . .
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of effort, is always worn with pride.
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Officers for the year included Chuck Sinclair, Phil Koch, N Club meetings are climaxed by a popular refreshment hour
and Rich Hubka. Mr. Galloway again served as club sponsor. with the "eats" usually consisting of popcorn and soda pop
N-Club provided dedicated backing for the Rockets
This year's N-Club proved to be one of the
most active and enthusiastic groups at Northeast.
To qualify for membership, a boy had to letter
in a varsity sport. They met the first Monday of
every month, and one of their frequent cheers was
"California oranges, Texas cactus, we play you
guys for practice, California . . . "
One of the highlights for the benefit of the
student body was the hilarious skits the boys pre-
sented at rallies. All members enjoyed the All-
Sports banquet at which time they elected a queen
to reign for the night. Much of the success of
the group goes to the loyal sponsor, Bun Galla-
way, Northeast Athletic Director.
Michael Holtgrewe and David Dahl took the job of Mas-
ters of Ceremonies at one of the spirit-boosting skits.
Row I-B. Portsche, R. Stephenson, D. Dahl, M. Carlson, P. Koch, President, R. Hubka, Vice-President, C. Sinclair, Secretary-Treasurer, H. Hill,
S. Krueger, C. Mayfield. Row 2-M. Starlin, J, Barker, G. Gould, L. Brackman, M. Holtgrewe, B. Beaver, B. Frickel, D. Krohn, B. Rolofson, S. Knight.
Row 3-K. Nielsen, L. Hladik, R. Phillips, B. Southwick, C. Woerner, D. Von Rentzell, A. Sexton, C. Tische, D. Jansing, L. Swartz. Row 4-G. Sul-
livan, S. Westover, K. Webb, R. Severn, R.iRohn, K. Young, M. Lowe, S. Umphreys, J. Renaud, C. Yearley. Row 5-R. Keane, A. Darr, J. Blumer
R. Kempkes, C. Karlhauser, R. Greeno, R. Thompson, J. Moock, M. Lowe, D. Riggins. Row 6-K. Buck, R. Gochnour, R. Leach, E. Grace, D. Emery
L. Graul, W. Rosenthal, J. Curtiss, S. Schafer.
Art Club members kept busy by painting archways
The Art Club delved into a major project this ated with several unique designs. A new club pin
year as they spent many long hours beautifying was designed solely by club members. Officers
Lincoln Northeast. The entrances to each room launched a successful membership drive and
were painted in various bright colors and decor- filled the halls with colorful posters,
One exefniile of the fine work the Art Club contributed to Lincoln fo.
Northeast was pointing the archways to all rooms in the building.
Two Art Club members discuss their "flip-
flops" which are displayed in Room 318.
Row I-Luanne Neutzman, Karen Parizek, Pat Carlson. Row 2-Mr. Rush, Charlene Dietrich, Carol Petfet, Jacqueline Lageson, Gary Cline, Cindy
Brotzman, Patty Herman, Elizabeth Willey, Gary Clough, Bob lfland.
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Chess and Radio Clubs develop minds for the future
Two clubs at Lincoln Northeast met regu-
larly every week-Chess Club and Radio Club.
Each Monday found the chessmen poring over
their boards, competing against a fellow member
or taking part in an intra-school meet. Their
dedication was equaled by their determination.
Dark ties and white shirts gathering in Room
4 indicated that a regular Wednesday meeting
of Radio Club was about to come to order. Mem-
bers studied radio equipment and prepared for
their Federal Communications examination be-
sides practicing coding, and sending and re-
ceiving from their station, KOAZU.
Dave Leavitt attempts the final touch to cap another victory.
Row I-D. Jacko Nice Presidentl, S. Schiermann fSecretaryJ. Row 2-
Mr. Mason, B. Miller CPresidentJ, B. Jones, D. Leavitt, J. Herstein
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Where is good ol' Mr. Boiler hiding?
tBottom to topj-G. Diekhoff, Mr. Boiler, R. Dean, D. Cunningham,
M. Brown, K. Simonsen, J. Fischer.
Students found Science Club the right experime
Northeast's Science Club met the second
the fourth Tuesday of every month for those
dents interested in the many aspects of basic
applied science. Sponsored by Mr. Jeffery,
Resz, Mr. Temme, and Mr. Watt, the club visited
science departments at the University of Nebraska
and toured the Civil Defense communications
center at the National Guard armory. Besides
. field trips, there were lectures by visiting speakers
and the chance to observe experiments firsthand.
Open to anyone interested, enrollment in a science
course was not a requirement.
The first semester Science Club officers, Delayne Cole,
treasurer: Mike Carlson, president, Susan Smith, secre-
tary, and Jim Hughes, vice-president, brew something up. 1
Lectures and electron microscope
typify Science Club field trips.
Seated, L-R-Duane Smith, Stan Schierman, Jack Schneider, Mike Bergstraesser, Delayne Cole, Rod Hartman, Robert Hahn, Susan Smith, Rick
Brown, Bruce Miller, Dave Leavitt, Janice Nellis, Philip Spahn, Jim Hughes, Caroiee Nellis, Standing, L-RfMr. Temme, Mike Carlson, Mr. Watt,
Mr. Jeffery, Mr. Resz.
FFA grew in achievements during the '68-'69 year
The FFA had many varied activities, including
a picnic in the fall with the beginning and ad-
vanced agriculture classes challenging each other
to a game of football. Mr. Taylor was a guest at
the Fall Banquet and was given an honorary
membership to the club. Other awards were given
for participants' work on farms and for "contrib-
uting most to FFA outside of class."
One of the FFA's projects during the year was
taking left-over Christmas trees and using them
to build a brush shelter for wild lite. President of
the Future Farmers of America was Bob Schmied-
ing, Vice President, James Weers, Secretary, Jon
Gruett. Taking care of the money was Mike Nick-
ell. John Ryan was sentinel, and Delwin Krohn
was news reporter for the organization.
Mrs. Judy Boyles, first NU Ag Ed grad-
uate, did her student teaching at LN.
Bob Schmieding, president, presented Northeast Principal
Mr. Taylor with an honorary membership in the organization.
Row 1-Bruce Whitefoot, Jon Gruett, Robert Joseph, Philip Spahn, Rick Gochnour, Gerald
l Jakub, Lloyd Schmodeke. Row 2-Kenneth Sisel, Bob Schmieding, Larry Menebroker, Fred
Starr, Kenneth Jensen, Keith Buck, Jerry Kirkland.
FFA returned its tradition of an annual banquet, complete with turkey and all the trimmings and an auction afterwards.
Row l-A. Graven, J. Lee, J. Stickney, C. Williams, L. Neutzman, T. Frank, C. Westcott, B. Sabalka, N. McKinney, B. Lahr, S. Batesg Row 2-
B. Young, N. Larson, S. Brown, D. Carstens, J. Hansen, M. Lange, S. Carlson, M. VandenBosch, D. Ferguson, J. Munson, Row 3-B. Lehl, Mrs.
Sturgeon, C. Griffin, B, Catlett, V. Morris, L. Frain, S. Gies, C. Orr, L. Ripa, S. Edwards, Row 4-J, Borgens, L. Grice, S. Essman, S. Evans, S. Back-
encamp, V. Ramos, L. Nelson, M. Byleen, C. Orr, B. Fischer, J. Gabelhouse.
International Club grew and divided as language
This year's International Club maintained its
traditional purpose in acquainting its members
with foreign countries but also divided into lan-
Mr. Okona discusses some of the problems of Biafra
with Mrs. Sturgeon, the International Club sponsor.
guage clubs so that the students might better
understand the country which speaks the lan-
guage they are studying. Mrs. Sturgeon, sponsor
of International and French Clubs, received help
this year from Spanish Club sponsor Mrs. Wilcox
and Miss Dolezal, German Club sponsor.
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good little boy.
Club officers dec-
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tin board for the
Row I-P. Luke, J. Johnson, B. Bickford, D. Gaston, J. Jamison, L. White, C. Kelley, N. Kaye, M. Hudzicki, L. Kalvodaj Row 2-S. Jones, J. Cook,
L. Graesser, P. Wach, C. Brotzman, M, Janda, R. Loos, D. Kahler, P. Ball, P. Carlson, P. Andreas, Row 3-C. Glaser, L. Lewis, B. Mclntosh,
D. Thielen, V. Burchardt, K. Wells, J. Albert, R. Zlab, S. Pickerel, L. Johnson, Row 4-C. Hegener, J. Endorf, S. Meierhenry, C. Jansson, S. Kriz,
V. Zessin, P. Rinne, L. Benton, C. Williams, M. Watts, J. Hicks.
interest groups were successfully incorporated
French Club displays their gaily decorated table of foods Along with an informing program, the German Club
traditional at Christmastime in France and sister countries. gave cookies and punch from its abundant table.
Delectable and gaily decorated cookies filled the Spanish Club table.
NFL, Debate .continued to develop talent in speech
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Row l-Dale Rotschafer, Barb Clinefelter, Linda Hohensee, Karen Vance, Becky Drabant, Pam Brown, Julie Mayfield. Row 2--Johnie Rotschafer,
Mark Gordon, Mike Drabant, Lloyd Swartz, Jeff Fox, Conrad Woerner, Torn Casady, Stephen Morgan. Row 3-Rod Hartman, Jerry Malcolm, Steven
Schafer, Terry Mahlman, John Curtiss, Steven Schroeder, Rich Deeds, Ray Atwood.
Members of varsity debate,
Stephen Morgan and partner
Rod Hartman, plot strategy.
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Resolved: That the United States should es-
tablish a system of compulsory service for all
This was the topic with which the Northeast
debaters worked all year. Their travels took them
all across the state, including such meets as
the Hawkeye Invitational in Sioux City, lowa,
and the Norfolk Invitational. One of the debate
highlights of the year took place at Northeast
as the LN debaters hosted the l7th Annual De-
bate Tournament early in December.
Debaters and other speakers are awarded
points for each speech they present. After earn-
ing twenty-five of these points, participants
qualify to become members of the National For-
ensic League. Rich Deeds was elected president,
Steve Schafer, vice president, and Jeff Fox, sec-
retary. NFL was sponsored by Mr. Mueller.
Keeping track of team records for Northeast's 'l7th
Annual Debate Tournament always creates paper work.
Applying their well-plotted strategy, Steve and Rod await
their opponent with some pre-debate studying and research.
The opponent's-eye view of strong competition. With eight
minutes left, Judge Judson Byleen, and two Northeast de-
boters Jeff Fox and Rich Deeds, he faces an uphill climb
GAA's 1969 list of activities includes parties,
GAA, Girls Athletic Association, began this
year with what is becoming, the traditional "Wel-
coming Tea." All Northeast girls who wish to be-
come members are invited. Many other parties,
teas, and banquets were planned and organized
throughout the year.
Members formed teams and after school sports
events were held. These activities included swim-
ming, golf, tennis, and volleyball. By participating
in these activities girls were able to earn different
kinds of emblems. The sponsor for this Year's
Girls Athletic Association was Mrs. Albers.
GAA officers are S. Kriz, M. Hall, S. Edwards, and J. Albert.
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party. Who are they? Modernized versions of Santa.
Row l-C. Zier, K. Wiseman, E. Peferson, S. Owen, G. Zier, K. Keeney, J. Marshall, S. Slocum. Row 2-L. Kohl, C. Wheeler, P. Webb, M. Hall,
L. Hennessey, J. Jonas, J. Cadwallader, M. Leishman. Row 3-Mrs. Albers, R. Chappell, J. Albert, K. Wells, N. Manley, P. Ball, R. Ingwerson,
T. Donner, S. Miller, C. Glaser.
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Thanksgiving Party for all who participate in the organization. her opponents' team fora GAA volleyball championship.
Row l-G. Barthuly, J. Walter, S. Sehnert, F. Jimenez, D. Jakub, J. Emery, P. Schweitzer. Row 2-M. McLaughlin, S. Essrnan, C. Williams V. Dixon,
G. Oliver, S. Arnold, M. Raddaiz, J. Bonneau. Row 3-L. Novak, J. Sabalka, l. Machers, C. Jonsson, 5. Kriz, J. Merrill, L. Hunt.
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Salute to Walt Disney highlights the Penguin year
Unique and difficult solos were performed by Kathy John-
son, Beverly Bergt, Susan Meierhenry, and .lo Ann Borgens.
This year's Penguin Club, consisting of thirty-
three members, presented "For the Young at
Heart," a tribute to Walt Disney, as their annual
fall water ballet. The show, directed by Bev Bergt
and sponsor Mrs. Vietta Short, brought the well-
loved storybook characters to lite as the girls
swam to familiar theme songs from several of
the popular Disney movies.
Highlights of the show included four solos,
two duets, a boy-girl number, and a finale of
all Penguin club members in a salute to the
Mickey Mouse Club. Hours of hard work spent
on the mural, narration, pre-program diving,
lights, and music helped to make this year's
show one of the best in club history.
The club is designed to perfect skill in diving,
swimming, and performing stunts. Members are
chosen at try-outs each spring and are eligible
to earn a letter by accomplishing routines and
swimming miles. The thirty-three members in
this year's club is the smallest number who have
ever qualified for membership.
Row l-Linda Benton, Alice l-lenline, Susan Bussear, Jody Bonneau, Laurie Novak, Susie Jansing, Kathy Johnson, Karen Vance, Debbie Hoyt,
Nancy Dean, .lo Borgens. Row 2-Susie Miller, Vera Burchardt, Carolyn Smith, Mary Barnes, Bev Bergf, Lisa Warren, Sue Meierhenry, Janice Torell,
Janet Sabalka, Kris Bennett, Gail Warren. Row 3-Retha Orr, Mary Mealhow, Kathy Hile, Sue Jones, Mary Pike, MaryJo Van Horn, Vicki Wilson,
Beth Mills, Pam Bunn, Linda Arnold.
Lloyd Swartz, Doug Brooks, Rod Kempkes, and Alan Darr as-
sisted these girls as they portrayed the heroic Robin Hood.
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Christmas was a busy time for Red Cross members
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sons this year. Mr. Leatherman, club sponsor,
invited interesting speakers and suggested many
ideas which were turned into reality by the group's
efforts. Christmas always seems to be an active
time of the year, and it was even more so, as the
Northeast Red Cross Council made plans for the
KFOR-sponsored pop bottle drive to help buy toys
and other presents for needy children on Christ-
mas. "Operation Santa Claus" was traditionally
observed, as boxes were made available to the
students for depositing the Butternut Key strips
they collected throughout the year.
Red Cross members Paul Collister and Janet Cejka helped
accumulate certificates for the "Operation Santa Claus."
Members include tseatedi Sherry Lushcr, Bette Free, Peggy Ball, Vicki Morris, and Janet Cejka, Cstandingl Garald Michaud, Lynn Henkel, Mr. Leath-
erman and Cynthia Wheeler.
Quill and Scroll probed all phases of Journalism
Quill and Scroll organized at the beginning
of the first semester this year by students inter-
ested in journalism. The club met twice a month
with a program planned for each meeting.
Activities included a visit to Short Typeset-
ting, Arbor Printing, a visit to KOLN-TV, and
others. Members included Jan Layton, Jeanne
Bucy, Yvonne Forney, Jim Furrer, Jo Borgens,
Judy Price, Carolyn Vandahl, Sue Jones, Joyce
Rudell, Cindy Orr, Bette Free, Kathy Sipp, Mike
Wilkins, Nann Greb, Steve Birdwell, Gary Foster,
Ed Olson, Jayne Novotny, Mary Barnes, Jan Tor-
rell, Chuck Bonsack, and Mike Holtgrewe. Mrs.
Hughes was the sponsor of the organization.
Among the extra-curricular activities of the
year was assisting with the sale of bumper stick-
ers, as well as initiating a student directory.
Members observe the different types
of "gaIIeys" at Short Typesetting Co.
A tour of Arbor Printing was one of the first fall meetings
Officers for the 19684969 school year were President,
Mike Holtgrewe: Vice President, Gary Foster: Secretary,
Jo Borgens, and not pictured, Treasurer, Chuck Sinclair.
Through progress and cooperation, the '69 ROCKET
Co-editors Jeanne Bucy and Jo Borgens discuss with Mrs.
Hughes some experiences of their trying but rewarding job.
Cartoonist Jim Furrer looks on as copy edi-
tor Yvonne Forney puts up some of his work.
tests Gary Fos-
ter, while tak-
ing a time out
from his year-
book duties to
with the other
Rich Hubka and
Activities editors Jim Furrer, Judy Price, Sue Jones and Eddie
Olson find that setting up risers is a part of picture taking.
Sophomore and junior page editors Jan Lay-
ton and Carolyn Vandahl listen carefully as
they receive advice on their sections from
senior editors Jeanne Bucy and Jo Borgens.
depicts the life at LN
Tradition was thrown to the winds as this
year's Rocket staff of twelve decided on a com-
plete re-arrangement of the yearbook. Several
of the customary problems were, however, met
and solved again this year with the assistance
of sponsor Mrs. Marlys Hughes. A business
manager was also added to the staff.
Reflecting the image of Northeast and its
students, the staff had the job of scheduling pic-
tures, drawing layouts, and meeting early dead-
lines. At the close of the year, as the final copies
were delivered to Northeast, these people ex-
perienced the immense satisfaction and startling
realization that they had published a book.
Leaving school to sell ads are advertising staff members
Jan Torell, Donna Upton, Mary Barnes, Mona Way, Dean Bel-
ka, Jeanie Greeno, and hidden in the back, Jayne Novotny.
An intelligent Northeast student buys his year-
book early from business manager June Robison.
Members of the yearbook staff enioy the out-of-doors while looking through yearbooks of Northeast and other noted schools
"Slot" helped stall distribute 37,200 copies
New to room llO this year was "The Slot".
The nine members of the NORTHEASTERN staffi
found it very useful for not only distributing thel
NORTHEASTERN on every other Friday, but fort
also other business activity of the department,
Added to the NORTH EASTERN this year was l
a Salute of the Week advertisement, which hon-l
ored a student from Northeast in each paper.
Editorials from room llO by Mike Wilkins gave
students an opportunity to voice an opinion and
to read those of others. Jim Furrer hit the polit-
ical scene with many cartoons pertaining to this
year's elections, while sports editors Chuck and
Sam kept students well informed on sports.
ln addition to carrying out duties and respon-
sibilites during the year, each staff member had
the opportunity of attending the State Journalism
Clinic at the Nebraska Center.
Editor Mike Wilkins and Business Manager Polly 0'NeiII are
tallying votes for the presidential mock election and the
four proposals which appeared on the ballot. The election
was sponsored and reported by the NORTHEASTERN staff.
Editor Mike Wilkins assists several members of his NORTHEASTERN staff as they discuss puzzling problems of page qggignmenfg,
of the NORTHEASTERN during '68-x69 school year
Sam Knight looks on as NORTHEASTERN page editor Nancy
Wheatley, Bette Free, and Nann Greb discuss their pages.
Circulation Editor Kathy Sipp and Page Editor Bette Free
are familiar faces at the new window christened "The SIot."
Sports editors Sam Knight and Chuck Sinclair display their
design that headed their weekly column in NORTHEASTERN.
Ad manager Cecelia Slechta discusses ads with two ad-
men of the yearbook staff, Mona Way and Janice Tarrell.
Quality and excellence marked Girls and Boys Glee
Row l-P. Bunn, M. Hudzicki, J. Markwardf, D. Zemke, J. Lee, J, Sfickney, C. Hoffman, G. Crounse, D. Heffelfinger, D. Eppens, C. Plock.
Row 2-J. Budf, V. Krogh, N. Schulenberg, P. Wolfe, J. Johnson, V. Martin, A. Hughes, C. Orr, P. Barnhill, M, Bettinger, D. Snesrud, R. Rothe,
G. Johnson. Row 3-J. Berry, L McGovern, B. Cafletf, V. Staberg, V. Wilson, K. Parizek, P, Watts, K. Schmidt, S. Carlson, L. Frain, L. Weber,
D. Smith, A. Graven, P. Marshall, Mrs. Singler. Row 4-P. Shorierd, B. Bosteder, L. Swift, K. Perkinton, J. Cejka, J. Metcalf, C. Kirby, L. Fritfs,
C. Holmes, J. Clough.
Room 123 is the room where Miss Potter steps in to fill Mrs. Singler consents to o farewell photo
the shoes of Mrs. Singler. "Might os well face them." before leaving her many new found friends-
"You tenors sound like Excedrin headache numb
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Its pretfy easy, states Mrs. enneft, w en you ave a
new grand piano." Mrs. Snook comes over to lend a hand.
Row l-M . Shelby, J. Hitch, T. Coverl, D. Wompler, R. Keane, R. Boyle, G, Ehlers. Row 2-Mrs. Snook, G. Sfofler, L. Bunlemeyer, J. Moock, T
Seodore, P. Murphy, S. Schiermonn, S. Hollers, D. Wolfe. Row 3-K. Nellis, R. Hannemon, D. Clopper, R, Anderson, S. Westover, K. Phelps, C
Steenson, M. Wilber. Row 4-J. Harrison, R. Porfsche, A. Brick, D. Gorbers, L. Worboys, I. Brornon, K. Kennedy, G. Hordf, M. Seip.
Northeast Choir easily prove themselves Number One
This year's Choir officers Steve Peter, Paula Blumer, and
Mike Wilkins discuss plans for the up-coming operetta.
ROW l - P. Bunn, D.
Thompson, N. Jones, M.
Lange, B, Knight, N. Schu-
Ienberg, T. Schmidt, J. Gru-
ett, R. Boyte, J. Ross. ROW
2-L. McGovern, K. Dake,
N. Dean, K. Bloch, A. Boil-
er, S. Anderson, J, Morris
L. Swartz, L. Brockman, E.
Olson, ROW 3-A. Cole-
man, S. Gross, M. Burk-
hardt, J. Joiner, A. Hen-
line, R. Wall, F. Bush, P.
Mattern, B, VandenBosch,
D. Riggins, J. Lane. ROW
4-K. Cromer, P. Shonerd,
K. Bennett, V. Dixon, C.
Orr, C. Swanson, M. Wil-
kins, B. Biggs, J. Robinson
L. Livers, A. Cookson, G
The Lincoln Northeast Choir, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Velma Snook, proved to be second
to none. These select upperclassmen performedl
many times throughout the entire school year. l
Their first appearance was taking part in the
Christmas vespers. During the month of February,
the Choir sang for two concerts. One was at East J
High with the select groups from the other three
public high schools. The other was the vespersl
performed by the Choir annually. Among their
other obligations, they participated in the All-
City Choral Festival in March and staged the
annual Operettas early in May.
The i969 Operetta highlighted the vocal
music year. Choir members put many long hours
into the choreography, music, and interpretation
of characters for a most successful production.
Janice Torell helps cindy Fletcher!!
straighten the collar on her robe.
A little soul music helps cheer
up the minds of many students.
The main reason Northeast Vocal Groups are number one is
exemplified by the amount of work on Mrs. Snook's desk.
ROW I-R. White, D. Em-
ery, C. Fletcher, J. Rump-
eltes, M. Hall, J. Price, N.
Henniger, S. Birdwell, C.
Sipmo, G. Johnson. Row
2-G. Stotler, R. Anderson,
L. Weber, P. Watts, B.
Buntemeyer, J. Ookeson, J.
Wornscholz, D. Swondo, S.
Jones, J. Alberts, C. Wot-
son. ROW 3- I. Bromon,
E. Burchess, D. Clapper, L.
Gettemy, D. Smith, M. Ma-
bin, V. Sieckmonn, L.
Weber, R. Lawson, Mrs.
Shook. ROW 4- A. Sex-
ton, L. Worboys, M. Web-
er, L. Froin, P. Blumer,
J. Metcalf, L. Fritts, P. EI-
Iiot, B. Bergt, J. Torell.
Triple Trio, Boys' Cctet,
The Triple Trio and Boys' Octet celebrated the holiday
season as they entertained at several programs together.
and select instrumental
Mature, well-trained voices blended together
to compose this year's Triple Trio and Boys' Octet.
The girls were outfitted in pink wool dresses and
black shoes while the boys donned heathertone
green jackets and dark green trousers. Both
groups sang at many school and outside functions
throughout the year and presented many joint
programs during the Christmas season. Accom-
panist for the Triple Trio was Karen Dake and
Steve Biffle was at the piano for the Boys' Octet.
Mrs. Snook, Triple Trio sponsor, and Boys' Octet
sponsor Mrs. Singler spent many hours with their
respective groups helping them learn songs, work
on expressions, and produce a good blend.
iaovs' ocrsr y
Lonnie Graul, Dick Riggins, Steve Peter, Bob
VandenBosch, Randy Portsche, Steve Hollers, '
Lloyd Swartz, Doug Emery.
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Weber, Kris Bennett, Cheryle Orr, Janice
Torell, Rachel Wall, Paulette Watts, Cindy
groups uhhze the musk
Select groups from the instrumental music
department participated in a variety of activities
helping to promote Northeast school spirit. Each
day began with the Call to Colors, and assemblies
opened with the Star Spangled Banner. On special
occasions Rockets were provided with entertain-
ment by the String Ensemble.
The larger groups, including Prep Band, Ad-
vanced Band, Prep Orchestra and Advanced Or-
chestra, all worked hard on the music that they
presented at Vespers and other special. programs.
Advanced Band had the added responsibility ot
playing for school basketball and football games.
The twirlers and drum major, Dennis Burling,
were also members of the fine LN instrumental
music department, directed by Mr. Schulz.
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Bennett, Bev Bergt, Laura Elliott, Vera Burchardt, Barb Fye,
Each morning brings the Call to Colors.
Dennis Burling, LN drum
major, led the Rocket
band through the season.
The String Ensemble formed another of LN's select music groups.
Opening assemblies was the job of the Star-Spangled Banner
instrumental group, seen here in their characteristic pose.
Orchestra, Band, and Mr Schulz formed the core oi
ROW l-eBarb Fye, Mary Mealhow, Bev Bergt, Laurie Elliott, Pat Ore,
Lynn Prusio, Kim Wiseman, Carol Jensen, Beth Mills, Gloria Witulski,
Nancy Magnusson, Vera Burchardt, Pam Korancla, Connie Kelley.
ROW 2-Pam Lageson, Sue Wulf, Linda Ward, Ellen Thompson, Taun-
yia Sturgeon, Carol Brown, Art Sexton, Lyle Bigley, Stan Schwarzkopf,
Dianna Stilwell, Kathryn Keeney, Carolyn Jando, Jeff Scheffert,
Russell Alberts, Scott Marshall, David Jacko, Dennis Burling, Bette
Free. ROW 3-Kris Bennett, Rachel Chappell, Donna Walker, Janet
Bruner, Carol Robertson, Mike Brown, Diane Goeschel, Gloria Oliver,
Greg King, Randall Dean, Gary King, Steve Birdwell, Ken Ore, Larry
Hornlng, Richard Brasch, Dave Lux, John Bennett, Mike Connolly,
John Coleman, Jim Husbands, Doug Biggerstaff, George Diekhoff,
Jim Renaud, Steve Sissel, Mike Goodwin, John Curtiss, Tom Schulz.
ROW 4-Sandy Lightncr, Linda Ripa, Jeff Lyness, Wesley Rosenthal,
Jeanette Carlson, Alette Jensen, Linda Johnson, Pam Coatmon, Linda
Brakhage, Stephen Morgan, Douglas Crabtree, Rich Deeds, Tim Lowe,
Stephen Umphreys, Tom Swanson, Rich Feldman, Jeff Jobes, Tom
Adams, Steve Biffle, Conrad Woerner, Gerry Tyler, Alan Darr, Dennis
Peterson, Blair l-lall, Dan Studer, Alan McConnell, Steve Cromer,
Jim Corning, Russ Severn. ROW 5-Ron Wulff, Steve McBride, Jon
Gruett, Bob Schmciding, Craig Scheffert.
l the LN instrumental music department for the year
The Northeast Orchestra, directed by Mr.
Schulz, displayed its talents to the school in a
variety of ways throughout the year. They pre-
sented an exciting Christmas concert, as well as
several vespers, and created the musical back-
ground for the operetta. Members also partici-
pated in State Music Clinic and took part in a
concert with the Wesleyan Orchestra.
New band uniforms topped the season as
Northeast band members doffed their old mem-
ories and donned their new ones for the home-
coming festivities. There were the annual vespers
and concerts but the new outfits helped "Mr.
Schulz and his Rocket Band" shine even brighter
than before, as they marched out on the field,
sat in the stands, and played for the public.
ROW l-Kathy Johnson, Judy Albert, Edith Wolfe, Susan Gies, Gyn
Sanders, Dorothy Clinefelter, Alice Henline, Delta Thompson. Row
2-Cindy Sundeen, Sheila Evans, Paul Collister, Jody Bonneau, Nancy
Kaye, Susan Jansing, Charlene Dietrich, Mary Gossman, Lisa Warren,
Connie Kelley, Pam Koranda, Dave Jacka, Janet Bruner, David Tyler,
Pat Murphy. ROW 3-Ron Wulff, Kevin Murphy, Dean Belka, Cassie
Reinke, Pam Lageson, Dianne Ferguson, Hollis Hackman, Dave Wamp-
ler, Mike Goodwin, Tom Schulz, Craig Tische, Bob Portsche, Doug Big-
gerstaff. Bill Krejci, Mr. Schulz, Michelle McLaughlin, Linda Brcikhage.
Not all glory is
the life of band
members, who are
faced with after
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Obsessed with murder, Laurel listens in fascination to
the tales of courts and trials that the Judge relates.
Bob Kells, chairman of the light crew, makes sure
everyone looks up to him by taking a high position.
Masque and Gavel sponsored "The Chalk
Garden," by Enid Bagnold, as its first play.
Laurel, a young girl described as "sixteen
but backward," is a pyromaniac and shares an
unusual interest in murder trials with the man
servant, Maitland. The coming of a new and
mysterious governess, Miss Madrigal, adds to
Laurel's enjoyment and curiosity.
The play comes to a climax with the arrival
of a judge, an old friend of Laurel's grandmother,
Mrs. St. Maugham, and the same judge who l5
years earlier had sentenced Miss Madrigal to
death for the murder of her step-sister. The rec-
ognition of Miss Madrigal's previous situation
and the elements involved broke the bubble of
fantasy that had existed in the house, and made
the family accept reality. '
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Cast members L-R-Ann Perkinton, Ruta Tramdachs, Bev Simons,
Laurie Brehm, Jim Furrer, Shara Birdwell, Margye Reeves, Yvonne
Forney, Anthony Brehm.
"THE CHALK GARDEN"
MISS MADRIGAL .......... Ann Perkinton
LITTLE LADY ................ Shara Birdwell
MAITLAND ...,.... ............. J im Furret
THIRD LADY ................ Yvonne Forney
LAUREL .............................. Bev Simons
MRS. ST. MAUGHAM .... Margye Reeves
NURSE .,...............,...,...... Laurie Brehm
OLIVIA .,.,,..,,,............ Ruta Tramdachs
THE JUDGE ...... ..,...,.. A nthony Brehm
Madrigal is driven to an emotional
climax and the Judge foresees crisis.
"Arsenic and Old Lace"
The Brewster home was the setting of the
second semester all-school play, "Arsenic and
Old Lace." Written by Joseph Kesselring and
directed by Mr. James Putman, it presented the
Brewster family as a little 'off' with the world.
In the play, seemingly harmless old ladies,
Aunts Abby and Martha have a peculiar habit
of poisoning elderly gentlemen, thinking they
are doing these unhappy men a great service.
Teddy, a stately man in his forties, thinks that
he is Theodore Roosevelt. Jonathan, the second
brother, has just returned home from a career
of sadistic murders. With him he brings his
plastic surgeon, Dr. Einstein, who has recently
made Jonathan look like Boris Karloff.
Mortimer, the last member of the family,
also has a problem. He is completely sane and
accidentally falls upon a man his aunts have put
to rest. The hilarious situations he meets while
trying to solve this problem are the key to the
plot of the story.
Abby Brewster .....
Rev. Harper .................
Teddy Brewster ...... .,.......,.. A rt Sexton
Officer Brophy ..,..... ...... S teve Schafer
Officer Klein .........
. ......... Jerry Renaud
Martha Brewster ........ ......... B ev Simons
Elaine Harper ....,..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, B orb Dell
Mortimer Brewster ....,....,..., John Fischer
Mr. Gibbs ........................ Bradford Jones
Jona.than Brewster .........,.,.,,,., Jirn Furrer
Dr. Einstein .......,.,...,, .....,,,, P at Olson
Officer OIHGYC ...,,..,,,......,,,,,, Steve Peter
Lieutenant Rooney ................,. Rich Deeds
Mr. Hoskins-Mr. Spinalzo .... Rod Orduna
Mr- Witherspoon ...............,.... Bill Kreici
Cast members L-R-Jim Furrer, Brad Jones, Glen Densberger, Alice
Coleman, Bill Krejci, Barb Dell, Bev Simons, Art Sexton, Rod Orduna,
Steve Peter, Pat Olson, Jerry Renaud, Rich Deeds, John Fischer,
The USS Oregon is headed for Australia as far as Teddy
is"concerned, but Martha and Abby would rather it went
along with Klein and Brophy to the children's orphanage.
Standing backstage, Mr. Putman and Ann Perkinton await
the hasty exit of Mr. Gibbs, the result of an unsuccess-
ful poison attempt by the aunts with their special brew.
DECA became Northeast's most recent organization
"This is absolutely the most comfortable mattress on
the market," insists Supersalesman Vince Cornell.
Mrs. Rudell and officers Sharon Ellis
Dick Hanneman, Vince Cornell, and Con-
nie Haar examine their new DECA charter.
Candy Inn which opened February 'I4 at 'l'l2 Sweet
St., brought all sorts of goodies to Northeast.
Lincoln Northeast completed the enrollment
of city schools in DECA-Distributive Education
Clubs of America. Though membership was re-
stricted to only the marketing and merchandising
class, it became known to LNHS students through
several projects. One of the highlights of the
year was the Candy Inn. lt consisted of a candy
shop selling brownies, fudge, cookies and Tizzy
Toys which were resin balls shaped as little
animals. The class divided into groups and carried
out many aspects at the project such as adver-
tising, sales, and production. Through dedication
and much hard work the class made the Candy
lnn a memorable part at the year at Northeast.
In March they used their sweet shop profits
and attended the DECA Leadership Conference.
This was a two-day convention held at the Ne-
braska Center in Lincoln that included contests
open to all members in various fields of business
including display, sales, advertising, and public
speaking. lt proved to be a profitable experience
for all who attended.
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Masque and Gavel meant loyal and dedicated members
Masque and Gavel is one of the more select
clubs at Lincoln Northeast. The members are
chosen by the club officers and sponsors. In ac-
cepting the oath set up by the club, members
are to live up to them throughout their lives.
Masque and Gavel was lucky to have two
such fine sponsors as Mr. Putman and Mrs.
Reeder. The dedication and effort of these two
made the club successful.
Some of the club's activities were ticket
selling campaigns for each of the school plays,
bers and newly-elected officers.
Officers were Jim Furrer, Ruta Tram-
dachs, Yvonne Forney, and Jeff Fox.
Row l-Y. Forney, B Dell, S. Lusher, N, Henninger, S. Birdwell, L. Johnson, B. Simons, C. Slechta, K. Wiseman, A. Coleman. Row 2-S. Peter, J.
Fox, R. Deeds, A. Perkinton, M. White, S. Hughes, G. Sanders, J. Berry, M. Ludden, K Brammer, L. Swartz. Row 3-Mr. Putman, S. Schafer, J.
Furrer, A. Sexton, R. Kelis, R. Stark, M. Watts, P. Groat, S. Morgan, R. Tramdachs, C. Orr.
In spite of changes in dates and spring vacation,
Rocket Revue MC's Art Sexton, Lloyd Swartz, Mike Wilk-
ins, Bob VandenBosch, Dick Riggins,qnd Stan Schwarzkopf
work on planning the script for "Rockets in Wonderland."
Northeast students tell through the magical
mirror of talent and variety into the wonderful
world of Alice's adventures with this year's Rocket
Revue theme, Rockets in Wonderland. Beginning
with the always tardy rabbit and ending with
Clyde the horse, the program scheduled seventeen
fast moving, fun-filled acts.
"Today," "People," "Windy," and "Mame,"
were just a few of the songs included in the eve-
ning's entertainment. Humorous and musical skits
were many and ranged in title from "Music to
Watch Bones By," and "Don Brown's Body," to
"Parents," "The Future Hunter," and "Clyde
Turns the Tide," about a horse in politics.
Other acts included a puppet skit entitled
"Diana and the Supremes," a jazz dance, and
Indian Ghost dance and folk songs, "Sounds of
Silence," and "Jane, Jane." All together this
year's Rocket Revue was full of excitement for
both performers and audience.
"Arc My Ecrs on S'raigh'?" L-R Raw le-Debbie Hoyt, Joyce Sobotta, Debbie Gaston, Sue Edwards, Pat Vercellino, Kay Parker, Linda Clark,
Carol Hildebrand. Row 2-CarolSmi1h, Pauline Schweitzer, Kathy Aylward, Sandi Kriz, Cheryl Upton, Linda Nelson, Sharon Ellis, Peggy Elliott,
'69 Rocket Revue was once again 'show ol the year'
Masque and Gavel members elevated choral reading to
new heights with their satirical "Don Brown's Body."
Gerry Tyler shows Mr. Schulz that setting up a mike
is easy as long as the cord remains out of the way.
Stage Band L-R Row l-Susan Bussear, Karan Vance, Stan Schwarzkopf,
Dennis Burling, David Jacka, Pam Lageson, Art Sexton. Row 2-Linda
Brakhage, Micky McLaughlin, Steve McBride, Steve Cromer, Dave Wampler,
Alan McConnell. Row 3-Mike Goodwin, Tom Schulz, Doug Biggerstoff,
Greg King, Steve Sissel.
"Diana Ross and the Supremes" performed on the LN stage
in the person of life-sized puppets. Setting up their
act at the lower left, Diahann Harris, John Ross, and
Pat Baker show what it looked like when finished lbelowl.
Northeast's I968-69 Choir knows "How to Succeed"
"Pray for Velma's Baby" was a slogan
adopted by the school newspaper in relation to
the success of the operetta. Judging by the out-
come of the two performances, it didn't neces-
sitate any prayers. Helping Mrs. Velma Snook
with the directing was a highly gifted student,
senior Mary Jo VanHorn.
The students, as well as the directors, worked
with determination, dedication, and pride to pro-
duce one of the finest operettas in the history ot
Northeast. A special tribute is owed to Mrs.
Brehm for the many hours she put in as the chore-
ographer. Her finishing touch added polish to
the prod' -tion of "How to Succeed in Business
Without Really Trying," by Loesser and Burrows.
The operetta was based on a man fFinchl
who wanted to get to the top of the World Wide
Wicket Co. and didn't care who he stepped on
to get there. As all stories go, he fell in love
with Rosemary and together they climbed the
ladder scheming to success.
This year's production accomplished many
things, one was revealing the fine talent of the
Northeast Choir. Another accomplishment was
the contribution it made to the student body and
all who participated. The quality of the show
creates one problem for Mrs. Snook, because
she now has an achievement that will be ex-
tremely hard to surpass. lt is safe to assume
that it will take real work to top this show.
Important executives of the World Wide Wicket Co.
include Gatch, Jenkins, Tockoberry, and Toynbee.
happy ot the
Miss Jones gives a disapproving look to other
secretaries Smitty and Miss Krumholtz and orders
them to stop "goofing off" and get back to work.
MISS JONES .,....
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panist Steve Bittle and student director Mary Jo VanHorn.
Biggley tries to woo Hedy as major leads Finch lBob VandenBoschI and Rosemary lCindy Sipmal discuss the possibility of mar-
riage and businessmen Frump, Bratt, and Twimble all try to discover the secret at success in business without really trying.
King of Hearts - Phil Koch
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Queen Pal- Nielsen Kung Harold Hull
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Experience major factor to LN success in spring
The Lincoln Northeast baseball team, under
the supervision of Coach "Stubby" Seng, headed
into the competitive season with high hopes of
success. The Racket diamond crew, who had ten
lettermen returning from last year to bolster the
squad, looked to conquering the campaign with
consistent play and elimination of mistakes.
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Varsity Pitchers-Rick Sittner, Dick Cades, Bob Dean.
Not Pictured: Jim Starita.
From approximately twenty enthusiastic boys,
Coach Seng cut the squad to fifteen team mem-
bers. Coach Ken Wall, reserve baseball mentor,
received the surplus of the players plus ones he
felt could contribute to the winning tradition.
Coach Seng found experienced players at
every position. Returnees included ace hurlers
Jim Starita, Dick Cades, and Bob Dean. The in-
field consisted of regulars Dan Cook, Tom Novak,
Maury Damkroger, Rich Hubka, and newcomer
Reed Stephenson. The outfield play of Jim Smith,
Mike Karle, Craig Tische, and others was com-
mendable. Randy Draper and Bill Biggs filled
their roles as catcher adequately. Versatility
proved vital in several games as many of the
members were switched to strengthen various
positions and to give others a chance to play.
The season opened April 3 against highly
touted Bishop Ryan in Omaha. Jim Starita was
named by Seng as opening game hurler. The most
competition in the city was supplied by Lincoln
High and East High as the Rocket's showdowns
with each always proved exciting.
Varsity Team-Row l: Mike Carlson, Reed Stephenson, Jim Starita, Jim Smith, Craig Tische, Bob Dean, Eddie Grace. Row 2: Jim Moock, Rick
Sittner, Maury Damkroger, Rich Hubka, Bill Biggs, Dick Cades, Coach Leroy Seng.
campaign as lettermen returned to bolster squad
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Varsity Outfielders-Bill Biggs, Jim Smith, Reed Stephenson,
Craig Tische, Dick Codes.
Karle patiently await for the start of spring practice
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Track Team: Row l-R.
Gochnour, J. Ross, M. Lowe,
L. Bird, B. Frickel, B.
Portsche, G. Sullivan, B.
Beck, D. Emery, K. Buck,
R. Thompson. Row 2-R.
Greeno, C. Karthauser, G.
Gould, M. Wilber, M. Hut-
chins, K. Simonsen, D. Gil-
lespie, D. Stewart, R. Phil-
lips, B. Olsen, J. Hart. Row
3-Coach Max Hester, S.
Standley, R. Klimm, D. Vo-
gel, K. Nielsen, J. Barker,
H. Hill, C. Sinclair, B.
Stutzman, P. Koch, S.
Krueger, S. Westover.
'69's classy Northeast cinclermen sought city crown
The i969 Lincoln Northeast track team was
thought to be one of the best in years as the cind-
ermen took the track in the early spring, An abun-
dance of talent and the fourteen returning letter-
men greeted Max Hester giving him the material
with which to work. Together with his assistant
coaches, Mr. McMeen and Mr. Els, the "3"
started early in molding the Rocket tracksters
into a team expected to hold its own in state.
Approximately seventy-five boys turned out
for the colorful sport with many of them having
worked hard all winter. Cold, wet weather hamp-
ered workouts on the LN track in early spring
but did not prevent the tracksters from getting
into shape, under the eye of Coach Hester.
Among the fourteen returning Iettermen,
Lincoln Northeast had great potential in'the field events
in 1969 with the return of Iettermen, Steve Krueger, Phil
Koch, Chuck Sinclair, Kurt Nielsen, and Mike Wilber in the
there was experience almost everywhere. Many
were moved to other events for the Rockets to
get the best possible balance. Leading the high
jump corps was Chuck Sinclair. He and Mike
Wilber went to State in the event in l968. Join-
ing them this spring was Junior Kurt Nielsen.
Also working in the field were Steve Krueger,
Phil Koch, Jack Hart, and Steve Westover in the
shot put and discus events.
Bob Frickel and Bob Portsche returned for
LN in the sprints. Bob Frickel also went to State
in '68 as did miler Rick Gochnour. Gene Gould,
Barry Stutzman, and Jim Barker gave Northeast
a l-2-3 punch in the hurdles. Doug Emery, Dave
Stewart, Rollie Phillips, Greg Sullivan, Ron Greeno,
Cliff Karthauser, and Bernie Olsen comprised the
talented group of hard-working distancemen.
Returning Lettermen: Row l-R. Phillips, M, Wilber, G. Sullivan, D.
Emery, R. Gochnour, B. Portsche, B. Frickel. Row 2-D. Stewart, B.
Stutzman, C. Sinclair, P. Koch, G. Gould, K. Nielsen, S. Krueger.
Rockel' shot put, discus, and high.jump events respectively.
Foul weather forces the Rocket golfers inside with Captain
John Wright hitting balls into the net while practicing his
technique as other LN golfers stand by waiting their turns.
lnexperience plagued Nort
The late arrival of spring took its toll on all
spring sports and golf was no exception. Coach
Jack Mueller found it rather difficult to evaluate
his talent having been able to hold only one prac-
tice round before the first match. l-le, neverthe-
less, had much praise for his inexperienced squad.
With only two-year letterman, John Wright,
returning, the hopes for much success appeared
somewhat bleak when the season began. But hard
work on the part of those wanting to play made
up some of that deficit. After two weeks of hit-
ting inta the net, all seemed ready and anxious
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five as he anticipates the upcoming match with Norfolk.
heasts golfers in I969
to get out on the links and see what was in store
for them in the spring.
Some other top prospects for the Rockets
appeared to be Gothenburg transfer, Greg Oberg,
and Seniors Mike Lowe and Mike l-loltgrewe, both
of whom played on the reserves in '68. Sopho-
mores Pat Killeen and Jim Green also figured
to play a major part in the rebuilding program
planned by Lincoln Northeast. The Rocket golfers
opened April 3 against Norfolk.
Golf Team: Row l-J.
Els, D. Kohler, P. Killeen,
M. Lowe, T. Johnson, J.
Chase. Row 2-J. Green, '
B. Lange, D. Goggins, J.
Wright, M. Holtgrewe, G.
Oberg, B. Rolofson. Not
Pictured: Ricky Schneider
and Tom Casady.
Row I-J. Moock, B.
Beaver, L. Graul, R.
Stephenson, D. Cook,
M. Karle, J. Smith,
B. Portsche, M. Holt-
grewe, B. Nutt, L.
Hladik, S. Krueger,
C. Steuben, W. Ros-
Row 2-C. Scheffert, R. Rohn, L. Brockman, D. Codes, S. Walling, J. Siemsen, F. Bush, J. Mayfield, J. Hart, D. Stewart, G. Gould, D. Leishman
D. Von Rentzell, J. Morris. Row 3-Coach Boroff, R. Hubka, P. Koch, M. Domkroger, T. Novak, C. Sinclair, M. Argello, B. Southwick, M. Starlin
J. Curtiss, K. Webb, G. Wright, K. Weber, S. Westover, B. Biggs, Coach Els.
Rockets rated in state despite losing campaign,
Head Coach Claire Boroff and his assistant, Robert Els,
take a short breather from practice to discuss strategy.
LN i3 Fremont ......... ...... 2 6
LN 26 Southeast . .... O
LN i3 East High ..... .... O
LN 3 Pius X ............... ...... 6
LN O Lincoln High ..... ...... 2 l
LN 28 Hastings ......... .... O
LN l2 Grand Island ..... .... l 3
LN 7 Bellevue ....... .... 9
LN 37 North Platte O
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' showed improvement over last year's finish at 4-5
The l968 Varsity Football squad completed
their second full season under head Coach Claire
Boroff. Aiding in the strenuous task of coaching
was new Assistant Coach Robert Els. The season
as a whole had its ups and downs for the Rockets.
All four victories Northeast scored over their
opponents were by shutouts. But on the other
hand the stubborn Rocket team lost three of their
games by only six points. Though the Rockets
were saddled with a losing season, they fared
well in city competition. Northeast finished in
a tie for second in city play behind powerhouse
Lincoln High. This year marked the first intra-
city varsity football encounter with East High,
when the Rockets whitewashed the Spartans i3-O.
This year's team had many outstanding of-
fensive and defensive players. The offense was
spearheaded by quarterback Chuck Sinclair and,
of course, Maury Damkroger, Holding down the
center of the defensive line were Bill Biggs, Jack
Siemsen and Chuck Steuben. To emphasize the
fine work done by both units Northeast amassed
l4O points to only 74 points for their opponents.
Defensive halfback Bob Beaver and "monster man" Gene
Gould close in for the kill against a Lincoln High back.
Varsity Centers and Quarterbacks - Row l, Jack Siemsen, Steve Krueger, Larry Hladik. Row 2, Dan Cook, Chuck Sinclair, Tom Novak.
Northeast gridders faced tough schedule, mistakes
Student Managers Denny Von Rentzell, Wesley Rosenthal,
Craig Scheffert, Jon Morris, and Jim Moock, check out
the rope equipment before an upcoming practice session.
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Northeast l3, Fremont 26 - The Rockets
found out just how tough the pre-season favor-
ites were in their opening game. The Rockets
scored the first two times they handled the ball,
but were not able to halt the potent Tiger of-
fensive attack. Dan Cook connected for two
touchdown passes to Mike Karle and Lee Brock-
man to account for the Northeast scoring.
Northeast 26, Southeast O - Northeast
chalked up their first win of the season over
cross-town rival Southeast in an awesome of-
fensive display. The Rockets scored early on a
45-yard pass from Chuck Sinclair to Karle. Sin-
clair also connected with Brockman for a T.D.
pass. Maury Damkroger hit paydirt later.
Northeast l3, East O - East High was not
to be underestimated as they stubbornly halted
numerous LN offensive drives before falling in
the school's first intra-city gridiron clash. The
Rockets scored early on a Karle run but were
held in check until late in the fourth quarter
when Reed Stephenson snagged a Sinclair aerial.
Northeast 3, Pius X 6 - The Thunderbolts
proved they were not to be denied as they slip-
ped by a determined Northeast crew. The Rock-
ets scored what seemingly were the decisive
points when Rich Hubka booted a 23-yard field
goal but Pius marched on to score.
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Varsity Ends-Gene Gould, Bob Nutt, Dave Stewart, Mike Argello, Kipp Webb, Rich Hubka, Reed Stephenson.
and inconsistency plagued Rocket's winning efforts
Northeast 28, Hastings O-Northeast rolled
over their third opponent of the year much to the
delight of the migrating Rocket fans. Junior Greg
Wright tallied twice for Northeast while Stephen-
sen and Domkroger each scored once. Hubka
added all four extra points to complete the rout.
Northeast l2, Grand Island l3-A home-
coming crowd saw a stubborn Northeast team
face the highly touted Grand Island crew in a
game which was not decided until the last 20
seconds of the contest. Damkroger streaked 72
yards in the opening minutes for the first Rocket
touchdown and added his second one in the last
half. An unsuccessful field goal attempt late in
the game proved fatal for any Rocket upset hopes,
Northeast 7, Bellevue 9-Northeast, listless
in the first half, exploded in the second half with
a devastating rushing attack only to fall short of
victory once again. A late field goal by the Chief-
tains provided the margin of defeat for LN.
Wright sneaked across for the lone score.
Northeast 37, North Platte O-The Rockets
proved they deserved their top ten ranking by
amassing 435 total offensive yards as they
soundly beat the Bulldogs. Damkroger, who rushed
for 169 yards, and Tom Novak each scored twice
for Northeast. Hubka caught a Sinclair aerial
for a T.D., and Dick Codes added six more.
Wet and wild Maury Damkroger shows he can go in snow as
he rambles for a big gain during North Platte trouncing.
Scrambling quarterback Charles Sinclair gets off a perfect Junior Torn Novak is corralled by a host of Lincoln High
aerial bomb despite pressure from the Southeast defense. defenders in his attempt for another Rocket touchdown.
Varsity Backs: Row i: Bob Beaver, Jim Smith, Mike Karle, Mike Holtgrewe, Bob Portsche. Row 2: Lee Brockman, Dick Cades,
Greg Wright, Maury Damkroger, Charlie Mayfield, Jack Hart.
Varsity Tackles: Steve Westover, Steve Walling, Mark Starlin, Phil Koch, Brad Southwick, Ken Weber.
Hard-running senior halfback Lee Brockman shakes off a Senior Reed Stephenson and Junior Tom Novak go high in
tackle while en route to another Northeast first down. I-he gif to break up an attempted Southeast pass play.
Rockets placed three grrclclers on All City squad
Lincoln Northeast's outstanding play through-
out most of the year was rewarded with the an-
nouncing ot the All-City team. Top honors went
to Bill Biggs, Jack Siemsen, and Maury Dam-
krogerr Those receiving honorable mention were
Phil Koch, Rich Hubka, Chuck Sinclair, Chuck
Steuben, Tom Novak, and Greg Wright.
The Rockets did not place any candidates on
the mythical All-State team but Maury Dam-
kroger and Jack Siemsen were honorable mention.
Varsity Guards-Bill Biggs, Chuck Steuben, John Curtlss Don Leishman Rob Rohn Lonnie Graul Frank Bush
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Fullback 'Randy Leach gets up-ended after a long gain.
The Rocket Reservists showed fine spirit
and a willingness to win in posting a 5-2 season
record under new Head Coach Clayton Luther
and new Assistant Coach Reynold McMeen. The
Rockets, feeling tremendous pressure after two
straight losses to city rivals Lincoln Southeast
and Lincoln High, came back to whip their
remaining five opponents.
The LN offensive assult was directed by
quarterback Glen Muehlhausen, center Tom Ad-
ams, and running backs Marty Lowe, Ron An-
derson, and Randy Leach. The stout defense,
which succeeded in shuting out three teams,
was spearheaded by Greg Sullivan, Jim Skinner,
Danny Kahler, Steve Avey, and John Esquivel.
Overall, Coach Luther praised his team for
the fine effort they put forth and indicated he
was very proud of the entire SEGSOH.
LN 7 Southeast ............ ...... l 3
LN l2 Lincoln High .... ..l3
LN 9 Hastings ........ ...... 6
LN l9 Grand lsland ..... ...... O
LN 7 Pius X ............ ...... 6
LN l9 Fremont ...... ...... O
LN 6 East High .... ...... O
Row l-M. Ray, R. Severn, M. Lowe, B. Beck, G. Kuehn, S. Marshall, B. Danley, R. Anderson, D. Kahler, M. Kuck, J. Webster, R. Hall. Row 2-
S. Neberman, B. Johnson, E. Weir, S. Knight, J. Thomas, D. Landstrom, J. Esquivel, T. Adams, G. Sullivan, D. Merrill, D. Clapper, R. Anderson.
Row 3-Coach McMeen, R. Wisehart, G. Muehlhausen, D. Vogel, R. Dean, M. Weideman, J. Scheffert, S. Avey, J. Weers, J. Skinner, R. Leach,
R. Portsche, Coach Luther.
Sophomores remain city champs, boast 3-l-2 record
The l968 Northeast Sophomores coasted to
another successful season behind Coaches Hank
Willemsen and Robert James. The Rockets out-
fought many stronger opponents to produce a
very respectable 3-l-2 record, bringing Coach
Willemsen's seven year record to 29-3-5.
The Sophomores' desire and determination
served as a major factors in winning another city
championship. An explosive offense and a cap-
able defense will provide the varsity with many
future prospects. The Sophs were led by signal-
caller Mark Shields and by the fleet running of
backs Danny Sloey and Jerry Barnett as the Rock-
ets outscored their opponents 83-66.
LN i9 ....... .................. S outheast l3
LN i9 ....... ..... L incoln High l4
LN 6 ....... ..... B eatrice 6
LN l8 ....... ..... E ast High 6
LN 7 ....... ..... S eward l3
LN I4 ....... ..... P ius X l4
Sophomore Don Dittenber swings outside for big yardage
Row l-J. O'Hare, S. Harris, A. Elsasser, T. Muehlhausen, D. Standley, D. Bickford, C. Walek, D. Neberman, D. Hile, T. Hill, J. Hertzel, T. Danek,
B. Morford. Row 2-H. Hackman, D. Dittenber, B. Hass, D. Witulski, D. Sloey, R. Kempkes,5D. Biggerstaff, B. Schuman, K. Hippie, H. Butler, J.
Barnett, R. Genthe, J. Bell, J. Biggs. Row 3-Coach Willemsen, M. Reid, J. Sinner, D. Stilwell, L. Swensen, J. Michaud, J. Kennedy, M. Shields, T.
Ball, J. Sollenberger, P. Graf, G. Watts, M. Bomberger, L. Carrel, S. Schramm, H. McGrew, Coach James. -
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Johnsons roundballers claimed number two rating
Lincoln Northeast, handily winning the City
and Trans-Nebraska Championships, tried what
no other Class A team in the history of Nebraska
basketball could accomplish-winning ci third
straight state title. However, their bid fell short
as a scrappy Omaha Central team downed the
Rockets in the semifinals, 66-56.
In district action, the Rockets advanced past
a determined Lincoln High team and proceeded
in soundly trouncing East High'in the finale to
win a fifth straight trip to the state tourney.
Northeast, entering the tournament as the
state's number one rated team and riding on a
29 game winning streak through the past two
seasons, found the going tough right from the
beginning. Their first opponent was Hastings,
who wanted nothing more than to knock off the
mighty Rockets. A fourth quarter rally staged by
Northeast prevented any hopes for a Tiger upset.
The next team was Central, who hoped to erase
any memories of the last two campaigns when
Northeast denied them a state championship in
the final rounds. Central jumped off to a quick
start and never trailed, breaking the Rocket string
of 30 consecutive victories.
VARSITY TEAM Row l M Carlson B Nutt T Novak D Cook J Starita G. Wright, E. Grace. Row 2-B. Biggs, M. Damkroger, C. Sinclair, T.
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finishing I9-I in their bid for third state crown
Varsity Team Record
Kearney ..................... .,.... 4 6
Lincoln Southeast ..... .....
LN 53 Lincoln High .,,,.... ..... 5 l
LN 68 Hastings ............ ..... 5 4
LN 69 Omaha Benson .... ..... 5 5
LN 49 Lincoln High ...... ..... 4 8
LN 62 45
LN 70 Pius X ..........,........ ..... 5 8
LN 68 47
LN 72 Lincoln East ............. ..... 4 4
LN 74 5l
LN 73 Grand Island ...... ..... 6 3
Norfolk ................ .....
Lincoln Southeast ..... .....
North Platte ........ .....
LN 55 Beatrice ........... .....
LN 77 Fremont ....... ..... 5 7
LN 63 Lincoln East .....52
LN 73 5l
Bellevue .....,........... .....
LN 76 Lincoln High ......... ..... 6 2
LN 84 Lincoln East ......... ..... 5 7
LN 60 Hastings .............. ..... 5 5
LN 56 Omaha Central ..,, ..... 6 6
"Stuff it, stuff it," encourages Central players as Tom
Novak riddles the opponents by rising high above them.
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Junior stalwarts, John Strain and Maury Damkroger, fly
high and fight hard for an LN carom to start the mighty
Rocket machine on its way to score and another vi-ctory.
Rocket cagers John Strain and Tom Novak defend against
a possible field goal effort by a penetrating opponent.
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first step toward the all-important Rocket fast break. the Knight defense in the first intra-city game for LN.
Varsity forwards-Greg Wright, Chuck Sinclair, Bill Biggs, Maury Damkroger.
Varsity Guards-Don Cook, Tom Novak, Bob Nutt, Jim Stcrita.
Determined Rocket Chuck Sinclair, turns a possible Spar-
tan rebound into an LN bucket with his talented tip-Ain.
Ignoring a Bolt defender, Rocket guard Dan Cook connects
for added points in a crucial contest between city foes.
Four talented LN stars honored for court tactics
Once again the success experienced by the
l969 Lincoln Northeast varsity basketball team
was due to the all out efforts and contributions
of all involved. But post season honors came to
only four of the Rocket stars. Returning letter-
men, Tom Novak and Maury Damkroger, were
rewarded with first team positions on the All-
City team. The two talented juniors will return
to bolster next year's skillful squad. Joining
Novak as an outside threat for the Rockets was
Dan Cook. The scrappy floor general was selected
to the second All-City team. Leaping center,
Harold Hill, was tabbed with All-City honorable
mention in his second season of varsity competi-
tion under Coach Ed Johnson.
Despite falling to Omaha Central in the semi-
finals of the State Tournament, the mighty Rock-
ets landed one man on the All-Class A tourna-
ment team. Inside scoring threat and strong re-
bounder, Maury Damkroger, earned a spot on
the elite squad for the second consecutive year
at the tournament. When All-State honors were
announced, LN's Novak received top five recog-
nition. Both Cook and Damkroger were awarded
honorable mention. Thus a fine Northeast
basketball season was complete.
A familiar sight,
jumper nets "two"
Varsity Centers-Tom Maupin, Gary Foster, John Strain, Harold Hill
Reserve Team: Row 1-K. Sears, J. Barnett, J. Biggs, J. Smith, L. White, M. Wilber, J. Sinner, W. Rosenthal. Row 2-M. Reid, R. Tenopir, K. Webb,
L. Shields, B. Stutzman, B. Olsen, D. Hill, Coach LeRoy Seng.
Rocket reserves finish 8-7, inconsistency hurts
Overly aggressive play on the part of Junior Mike Wilber
is all that's needed to prevent a possible Benson basket.
Competent head coach LeRoy Seng found the
going rough at times but brought his inexperi-
enced reserves to another winning season, his
ninth in a row. The constant hustle and "never
say die" attitude were big factors in their success,
but the lack of consistent play sometimes hurt,
which decided the outcome ofseveral games.
Junior Mike Wilber led the balanced North-
east attack by averaging l3.2 points per game,
followed by Barry Stutzman and Roger Tenopir.
The Rocket cagers tallied 853 points for the sea-
son, outscoring their opponents by 86 points.
Reserve Team Record
LN 57 Kearney 38
LN 56 Lincoln Southeast 52
LN 51 Lincoln High 63
LN 53 Hastings 57
LN 53 Omaha Benson 57
LN 65 Lincoln High 33
LN 59 Norfolk 40
LN 64 Pius X 50
LN 45 Lincoln Southeast 48
LN 54 Lincoln East 68
LN 56 Grand Island 54
LN 47 Beatrice 54
LN 73 Fremont 48
LN 43 Lincoln East 50
LN 77 Bellevue 55
Sophomore Team: Row l-M. Hotovy, R. Greeno, J. Bills, R. Genthe, M. Stevens, C. Karthauser, D. Worley, J. Hertzel. Row 2-H. McGrew, M.
Mahoney, C. Rau, K. Maresh, L. Keane, L. Swenson, R. Leach, J, Wright, Coach Wiliemsen,
Sophomores surge to 9-2 mark, place first in city
Hank Willemsen, successful sophomore bas-
ketball mentor, once again proved his Sophs were
hard to beat as he chalked up a second straight
city championship. The young Rocket cagers, fall-
ing only to Pius X in inter-city competition, dis-
played consistent improvement throughout the
season. They recorded seven straight victories be-
fore succumbing to Beatrice late in the season.
The Sophs were led by Leo Keane's i2 point
average and the daring outside shooting of guards
Mike Mahoney and Rick Genthe. The Rockets
posted a 5l points per game average while holding
their opponents to just 40 points per game.
Sophomore Team Record
LN 48 Lincoln High
LN 62 Lincoln East
LN 40 Lincoln Southeast
LN 56 Lincoln East
LN 56 Lincoln Pius X
LN 57 Lincoln l-ligh
LN 52 Lincoln Southeast
LN 42 Beatrice
LN 55 Lincoln High
LN 39 Lincoln Pius X
LN 53 Lincoln East
Rick Genthe and Charlie Rau team up to secure a Northeast
rebound as Cliff Karthauser stands ready to lend support.
Gymnastics Team: Row l-R. Roberts, R. Severn, M. Schuman, N. West, G. Horner, D. Strough, R. Alber, M. Crear, D. Knight. Row 2-Coach
Bob Heffelfinger, B. Portsche, S. Marshall, R. Severn, M. Karle, R. Draper, K. lnness, B. Brown, M. Hamilton, M. Lowe, M. Lawe,C0qCh Dewey
Strough. Row 3-T. Kohler, H. Chamberlain, K. Young, B. Prochaska, L. Willemsen, M. Ross, D. Krohn, J. Skinner, K. Nielsen, D. Sloey, K. Lee.
Rocket gymnasts climbed to third in state in '69
The Lincoln Northeast gymnastics team
found the '68-'69 season much to its liking as it
finished the dual season with a highly respectable
nine and three mark. In only his second year
of coaching gymnastics at Northeast, Coach Bob
Heffelfinger, with top notch assistance from
Dewey Strough, built a well-balanced squad
around his eight returning lettermen that stood
up particularly well in the tough competition
found throughout the state. The toughest opposi-
tion, however, came from within the city itself as
the Rockets fell to both Lincoln Southeast and
Lincoln High in dual meets. Lincoln Northeast also
finished behind the Knights and the Links in the
Lincoln High Invitational, the Trans-Nebraska,
LN's determined gymnast, Russ Severn, works hard and long
for his smooth, well-organized routine on the still rings.
and the District meets before going on to the
State Meet at Lincoln High.
The Rockets qualified ten men at the Dis-
tricts to go on to the State Meet. Seven of the
ten made it into the finals. "Heff" and his men's
hard work paid off as Lincoln Northeast finished
third in the wide field of Class A teams, with
Lincoln Southeast and Lincoln High once again
one and two. On the trampoline, Sophomores
Larry West and Dean Strough finished 3rd and
lOth respectively. Mike Ross tied for seventh
on the side horse and Kevin Lee brought the
Rockets 5th place on the high bar, Top finisher
for LN, Russ Severn, got second place on the
parallel bars with another junior, Ken lnness,
getting a tie for 6th in the event, Sophomore Mike
Schuman rounded out Northeast's scoring with a
tie for 7th place in the turnbling. Russ Severn's
efforts earned him a spot on the all-city gym-
nastics team on his primary event, the p-bars.
Gymnastics Team Record
LN 79 Omaha Bryan 33
LN 65 East High 47
LN 65 North Platte 47
LN 66M Hastings 45M
LN 4l Lincoln Southeast 7l
LN 74 Grand Island 38
LN 54 l!6 Columbus 57 5!6
LN 59 Beatrice 53
LN 49M Lincoln High 62W
LN 85 Omaha Bryan 27
LN 62M Bellevue 49W
Gymnastic letterman Bob Brown executes a perfect bar vault
while performing his routine on the high bar during a meet.
Precision and strength are demonstrated by Sr. Randy Draper
on the parallel bar as he' chalks up another first for LN.
Hard work and determination on the part of LN's Mike Hamil-
ton provided the strength and confidence needed to perform.
'AR' affgs' .
Michael Karle executes perfection on the still rings,
enabling Lincoln Northeast to record another victory.
Performances such as this by Kevin Lee on the high bar
provided valuable points in posting numerous victories.
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Swimming Team: Row l-J. Blumer, B.
Kraft, S. Smith, B. Schuman, R. Greer, B.
Hall, R. Kempkes. Row 2-A. McConnell,
A. Darr, T. Adams, R Keane, P. Collister,
A. Jackson, R. Johnson, Mgr. Row 3-
Coach Ken Wall, S. Umphreys, D. Jansing,
L. Swartz, D. Riggins, G. Muehlhausen, R.
Leach, S. Knight. Not Pictured: Darrell
LN's aquamen registered 5-5 dual meet credentials
LN's tankers stroked to a 5-5 dual meet
slate in the '68-'69 season. lt was Coach Ken
Wall's seventeenth swimming team at Northeast
and extended his lifetime record to 84-84-2.
At the Trans-Nebraska and City Meets held
at East High, Northeast finished fourth. Top
finishers for the Rockets included Darrell Jones,
Sam Knight, Randy Leach, Doug Jansing, and
Northeast went to the State Meet held at
Omaha Burke and finished eleventh in the field
of 26 Class A teams. Jones finished a respectable
second in the diving competition marking only
the second time in two years he has been beaten.
Others scoring for LN were Leach, Knight, Swartz,
Tom Adams, Rod Kempkes, Blumer, and Al Darr.
Senior Letterman, Steve Umphreys, joined Knight,
Jones, Swartz, and Jansing, as co-captains.
LN's flashy Sam Knight demonstrates the form he used in
setting the school record for the 100 yard butterfly.
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Sam Knight bettered his previous record time in
the l6O-yard individual medley and together with
Leach, Adams, and Swartz broke the l6O-yard
Medley Relay mark in a convincing manner.
Swimming Team Record
LN 59 Columbus 36
LN 52 Omaha Bryan 43
LN 56 Columbus 39
LN 33 Lincoln High 63
LN l9 Hastings 66
LN 27 East High 63
LN 53 Grand lsland 42
LN 33 Lincoln Southeast 62
LN 33 Fremont 62
LN 59 Omaha Bryan 36
Doug Jansing, Lloyd Swartz, Steve Umphreys, and Sam Knight,
all hardworking Iettermen, strive for smooth, quick starts.
Cross Country Team: Row l - M. Hildebrand, B. Whitefoot, L. Bird, K. Buck, F. BlackElk, Greeno, D. Emery, R. Gochnour, R. Thompson, B. Up-
ton. Row 2-Coach Max Hester, R. Adams, A. McConnell, S. Standley, J. Barker, B. Olson, R. Hill, M. Hutchins, W. Schmidt, C. Karthauser, Art
Rugged Rocketmen dominated cross country jaunts
Lincoln Northeast's i968 cross country team
not only had an extremely fine season but left
good reason for optimism in looking forward to
the future. Coach Max l-lester's two milers once
again showed the effects of fine coaching and
hard work in upholding a fine LN tradition.
The Rocket harriers turned up two firsts and
two seconds in early competition before suc-
cumbing to Southeast in a dual meet by only two
points. They went on to take fourth in the Trans
Nebraska and also rout Lincoln High, before tak-
ing third at the District. At the state meet held
at Pioneers Park, Lincoln Northeast finished sixth
in a field of twelve. Top finishers for Northeast
were Rick Gochnour, Ron Greeno, and Francis
Black Elk. All three performed well in the City and
in Trans-Nebraska meets. '
Lettermen Rick Gochnour, Doug Emery, and Francis BIackEIk
Varsity Team Record
2nd l2 schools Kearney Invitational
lst 3 schools LN-Pius X-East High
lst 3 schools Lincoln High
2nd 8 schools Nebraska Wesleyan
2nd 2 schools LN-LSE
4th 7 schools Trans Nebraska
3rd 4 schools City Meet
lst 2 schools LN-LHS
3rd 8 schools District Meet
6th l2 schools State Meet
' ' I I Top Sophomore Prospects: Bernie Olsen, Cliff Karthauser, Ro
evaluate their times during conference with Coach Hester. Greeno, gnd Ricki Thompson,
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Rocket matmen fought hard for a 5-4 slate in '69
LN's aggressive Larry Wilcox combines strength and
strategy as he manages a takedown in a crucial match.
Two year Letterman, Craig Tische, dominates his Spartan
opponent en route to an impressive win in 120 Ib. class.
The Lincoln Northeast grapplers anticipated
a fine season when they began their mat campaign
in l968. Under the talented leadership of Coach
John Mclntyre, the Rockets responded with a
winning 5-4 slate. In his fifth year at Northeast,
Coach Mclntyre once again built a highly re-
spectable team around his six returning lettermen.
A well-balanced team of sophomores, juniors, and
seniors joined their efforts for a sound dual meet
season record. Seniors Mike Lowe and Craig
Tische' captained the matmen.
The Rockets traveled to Omaha for the
Omaha North Invitational and finished tenth in
a field of nineteen class A teams.
Lincoln Northeast slipped to fifth in the
Trans-Nebraska at North Platte. Rod Orduna
added a first and Craig Tische and Larry Wilcox
added second place points for the Rockets. Or-
duna was rated number one in the state by the
Omaha World Herald for most of the year.
Tische and Wilcox also finished second in
the District and joined Sophomore Art Longoria
and Don Leishman in going to the State Meet.
Wrestling Team Record
LN 34 Hastings l4
LN l2 Lincoln Southeast 28
LN l7 Fremont 2l
LN 28 Beatrice l4
LN 29 Pius X 20
LN l6 Lincoln High 32
LN 34 Omaha Bryan l3
LN 29 Grand Island l9
LN 20 East High 26
Wrestling Team: Rowl - G.
Garl, D. Stand ey, J. Ryan, M.
Lowe, R. Orduna, A. Longoria,
R. Menefee, M. Hutchins, L.
Wilcox. Row 2-Coach John Mc-
Intyre, J. Corning, M. Kuck, D.
Merrill, R. Landis, J. Ball, D.
Leishman, R. Anderson, T.
Schmidt, J. Bell, B. Ross, As-
sistant Coach Kent Renegar.
Row 3-G. Papke, D. Bickford,
R. Hall, A. Esasser, C. Reinke,
J. Byler, J. Kirkland, J. Laher,
M. Hildebrand, D. Kehr, C.
Lehr, D. Ray. Not Pictured:
Buddy Rolofson and Craig
Tennis team initiated a new coach, fall scheduling
For the first time, tennis became a fall ac-
tivity in the Northeast athletic program. The
change which gives team members a chance to
practice throughout the summer, was decided
upon by the Nebraska State Athletic Association
at their '68 spring meeting.
Science instructor Keith Watt became the
new coach, and under his leadership and with the
assistance of five lettermen, the team posted one
of the best tennis records in recent years. In an
early-season city tourney, Northeast placed 2nd.
Later in the season Dave Dahl and Chuck Year-
ley brought home the gold medal in the doubles
competition at the Trans-Nebraska conference
meet. Three Rockets qualified for the State meet..
Senior Letterman Chuck Yearley slams one of many
serves that continued to cause trouble for LN foes.
Two year Letterman Dave Dahl smoothly executes the
backhand stroke as he captures an LN singles match.
Varsity Team Record
LN 7 Grand Island ................. ..... O
LN 2 Southeast ...... ..... 5
LN 3 Pius X ....,..... ..... 2
LN 3 Fremont ....... ..... 4
LN 6 East High ........... ..... l
LN 4 Lincoln High ..... ..... l
LN 3 Pius X .,....... ..... 2
LN 4 York ......... ..... l
LN 0 Southeast 7
LN 4 East High .................. ..... 3
LN 3 Lincoln High ................. ..... 2
LN 3rd Fremont Invitational
LN 2nd City Tournament
LN 2nd Trans-Nebraska Conference
Row I-C. Yearley, T. French, C. Woerner, D. Hageman, J. Renaud. Row 2-D. Dahl, S. Schafer, J. Fischer, J. Renaud, D. Lux, Coach Keith Watt.
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Jim Starita uncorks the bomb under pressure from the
hard-rushing Iinemen as "Ref" Seng watches intently.
All eyes are on the ball as Randy Klimm
the basket in an attempt to score points
Crisp blocking and sure-handed flag-pulling spark under- High-flying Mike Wilber launches another long
rated, but nevertheless, hard-charging interior Iinemen. pressure from Seniors Bob Brown, Randy Draper,
for his team.
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gave many LN athletes the opportunity to compete
Intramurals at Lincoln Northeast were once
again made a success as many sophomores, jun-
iors, and seniors alike participated in the after
school activities available. Under the excellent
leadership of Mr. Berka and Mr. Maly, the intra-
mural program gained in popularity once more.
Both Mr. Berka and Mr. Maly put many hours
into the organizing, scheduling, and officiating
of the various sports. High caliber assistance was
also given by Mr. Els and Mr. McMeen as the
four men worked extremely hard,
Some boys used the intramural program to
stay in shape while others used it to get into
shape for their respective upcoming sports. But
whatever the reason, the type of spirit and com-
petition shown in LN intramurals was character-
istic of the all out effort Northeast puts Out.
ln intramural flag football, the team cap-
tained by Mike Wilber took first place in a close
finish. They went on to represent Northeast in
the inter-city flag football tournament held at
Lincoln High where they fell to the Links 33-12.
Barry Stutzman scored twice for the Rockets.
Jarring .blocks enable Jim Srarira to pop rhrough the line and
scamper for big yardage in rugged after school gridiron clash.
The "Duke and his Court", Northeast's intra-
mural basketball champions went on to the finals
in the inter-city tournament only to lose by one
point to Lincoln High. The Sophomores won their
division, however, by going on to the finals and
beating the East High Spartans' sophomores,
Sophomore City Intramural Champions: Doug Neberman, John
Ohare, Rod Glaser, Dean Stilwell, Joe Jensen, Terry Danek, and
City Intramural Runnerups: Row l-Reed Stephenson, Don Kurt-
zer, Mike Wilcox. Row 2-Dick Codes, Darrell Gillespie, Rich
Hubka, Charlie Mayfield, and Rick Sittner.
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Missiles, spacecraft, satellites are
tested and launched from a base-
a base which is technilogically com-
plex, scientifically sound. Such a
base is manned by artisans who are
both highly trained and vocotionally
All personnel connected with the
base study, examine, experiment, re-
ject, accept before the final launching.
Each dedicated workman, whether a
member of a ground crew, a drafts-
man laboring over the drawing board,
or an astronaut preparing for flight,
follows trails blazed by other space
pioneers. It is the efforts of these dedi-
cated workmen which leads to the suc-
cessful take off, and each successful
take off leaves behind a vivid, excit-
ing, breothtaking contrail.
As the school year progressed Sophomores learned
Sophomore class officers, Mark Westphalen, Laurie Novak,
Bev Dean, and Patti Broadston, admire the efforts that
the class of '71 put into Spirit Week at L.N. this year.
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beginnings. As sophomores, most were entering
Northeast High School for the first time. Blank
stares at the many corridors and seemingly end-
less rooms, typified the newcomers. lt took a lot
of nerve to ask a senior which way to go to find
a class. But getting lost in the whirlwind of the
first weeks is nothing new, and most upper
classmen realized the plight of first year stu-
dents, remembering how bewildered, and how
mixed up they felt after their first few trips up
and down the stairways.
As if three floors were not enough to get
lost on, some sophs were completely confused
by the number 1109! lf they were lucky, some
nice junior or senior might even sell them an
elevator ticket, just to make sure they were
completely orientated to Lincoln Northeast.
But, as istrue every year, the pandemonium
in the halls soon settled down town mild roar,
as the classes, students, and new system- became
a familiar routine, and the excitement ofbeing
in a new situation was replaced with the expec-
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what being a Northeast Rocket fan was all about
Sophomores were represented in the many
LN organizations this year. Making foreign foods
for the lnternational Club and selling Kings'
tickets for the AFS was just a beginning. They
took part in the Girls' Athletic Association as
well as Red Cross, Art Club and others. lt didn't
take long for most incoming students to become
necessary and active members of their chosen
Student Council took on many new aspects
this year as the sophomore representatives
brought in their ideas and experiences. Student
government was also influenced by the officers
elected by the sophomore' class.
The instrumental and vocal music depart-
ments held new appearances for most first year
students. Those selecting banxd spent many hours
on the field learning marching formations. Sing-
ers were given the opportunity to tryout for small
groups and special clinics.
Junior highs may have had royalty but noth-
ing was more thrilling than being a May Day
Second semester Sophomore Class officers, Judy Schmidt,
John Bills, Jackie Jonas, and Jerry Barnett, glance through
the student directories that were distributed this year.
Even the students
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gymnasium at the close of each quarter, replacing the familiar old six weeks Report to Parents.
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through drifts, slid on the ice, and helped
push stalled cars out of the parking lot.
"Us soph's got spirit!" This was one of the many signs made
and displayed by sophomores for Spirit Week at Northeast
Sophomores conclude their first year as Rockets
As the school year came to a close, minds
tended to wander both backward and forward.
Teachers had little hope of holding students to
the present for a very long period of time.
Although it may not seem possible that
sophomores would have as much to, remember as
seniors, sophomores wouldn't agree. For them it
was a year of "firsts," a year of new beginnings
to be carried into the future.
lt took only a few weeks for sophomores to
show the school thot they were now a part of the
Northeast tradition. Their participation in school
organizations and activities was widely varied
They took leading roles in plays, became
officers in some clubs and leading members
Sophomore boys swiftly became building
blocks of Northeast athletics as they made soph-
omore, reserve, and varsity teams, helping achieve
many Rocket victories.
But along with the excitement and happy
memories of past events and activities, there is
also the remembrance that this is only the begin-
ning - that next year is coming quickly. Girls
anxiously await joining Junior Pep Club along
with their other activities, while boys save their
spirit for N-Club and porticipation in sports,
debate, band, and other groups.
And so ends the year of "firsts." For sopho-
mores it has been just o beginning and now there
are two more years to anticipate. Two more years
to grow in Northeast spirit, to live up to and
continue the traditions which make Lincoln
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Bill Johnston tells new sophomore, Ron
Rayer, that homework goes along with
exciting aspects of Northeast.
Duane Smith, LN sophomore, won an all-
expense paid trip to Italy through the
Lincoln Journal and Star Newspapers.
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the best ports of being a junior. Not getting
lost but being able to watch the sophomores and
remember what it was like last year, lends a feel-
ing of superiority to second year students. The
excitement of choosing from all the clubs that
there are to join and meeting old friends seems
even nicer than the year before. There are new
schedules, and new teachers to meet, but the
familiarity is comforting and somehow makes
the confusion a thrill.
Getting a touch of what the senior vear is
like were those juniors who took the PSAT and
National Merit tests. ln some cases these scores
are used for recommendation for scholarships,
but in most instances they are mainly to pre-
pare students for SAT and the Achievement
tests the following year.
Throughout the year students were given a
part in school, as well as local governments.
Junior class officers planned and carried out
activities such as the Junior-Senior party. Stu-
dent Council members sent out questionnaires
and began planning for changes.
One honor of being u Junior girl is the privilege of joining Reserve
Pep Club and showing off Rocket spirit and enthusiasm during games.
in new ones while preparing for their senior year
County Government Day was an exciting
time for those students selected to attend. They
were given the opportunity of holding an office
and learning how local government operates.
Junior girls took part as Reserve cheerlead-
ers, and were members ofthe Reserve Pep Club,
helping to keep the Rocket spirit alive. They
were present at all games and shouted louder
than ever when the chips were down, to show the
players that there was a lot of support behind
them. Other girls were given the chance to host
the Candlelight Ball, to which all Northeast girls
were invited. Another event was the ahnual
party, held this spring. Many hours of plahning
and decorating went into this evening.
Being a member of Choir was a special honor
for juniors this year. It meant participation in
the spring operetta. Under Mrs. Snook's direc-
tion each singer had a specific job to do which,
when put together made the total performance
a success. Others took part in Girls' Glee, Boys'
Glee, chorus, Octet and Triple Trio.
A talent for acting was shown by several
juniors in the All-School plays.
Junior Lonnie Graul, new Northeast Ietterman, proudly displays his
hard-earned, well-deserved letter to Northeast Football Coach Boroff.
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demonstrate folk dancing which
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Cindi Orr and Cathy Glaser, AFS finalists, study the globe
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was one of the activities of second
semester officers Scott Marshall,
Jeff Jobes, Jan Cejka, and Beth May.
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going to games and meets to support all their Rocket teams fa
Juniors assisted in makin
Joining a pep club and participating in the
many athletic events highlight any year in school
but the juniors in particular registered their en-
thusiasm as tops. Junior girls participated active-
ly in the Reserve Pep Club, attending all reserve
sports and making signs and posters tor meets.
Varsity as well as reserve teams kept many
junior boys busy. Working hard all year brought
many victories for LN and gave the Class of '7O'
much to anticipate in their senior year.
A new experience was brought to Northeast
this year as the marketing and merchandising
classes combined all their knowledge to open
Candy Inn. Students were given the opportunity
to buy homemade toys, candy and small items.
g "sweet shop" successful
"'l12 Sweet Street" was the address of the "Candy Inn"
created by Marketing and Merchandising classes. The shop
sold a variety of cakes, candies, cookies, and "tiny toys."
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During the year students attended
many assemblies that were exciting,
interesting, and beneficial to all.
forward to the challenge of becoming LN Seniors
Now that the school year has come and gone,
juniors look back on the events that occurred.
Planning the Junior-Senior Party, being selected
as AFS representatives, being in pep club, parti-
cipating in sports, music and drama events, and
getting on the honor roll are golden contrails of a
junior's memories. Remembering good and bad
times, they also thought of the future.
The many trails that led through the past
year will shoot the new seniors still further into
the future. Seeing friends in the present senior
class prepare for graduation helps set juniors'
minds on serious thoughts. What will the future
be? How will it feel next year to be putting on
caps and gowns? But, for now, Juniors still have
another year of planning and carrying out goals
in high school, as they take their place as the
graduating class of l97O.
Sandy Mehan shows Dean Vaughn and Connie Watson what
they can look forward to as new Juniors at Lincoln Northeast.
"You have been chosen as the representatives from Lincoln
Northeast High School to attend Cornhusker Girls State at
the University of Nebraska," reads Mr. Colerick to Joyce
Rudell, Cheryl Westcott, Cathy Glaser, and Cynthia Orr.
Muir, David Q
Pre-game dinners were one of the new activities that Reserve
Pep Club girls enioyed during fall and winter sports season.
Seniors found Northeast
Hub Club gave seniors a chance to relax after a game.
The busiest year a Northeast student will
ever encounter is his senior year. A year full of
more activities than there's time for and, of
course, dating heads the list. Northeast has spon-
sored several dances-the Turnabout, Homecom-
ing, and the Junior-Senior Prom-at which out-
standing seniors were elected to royalties. Hub
Clubs were scattered throughout the football and
basketball seasons, between times the city filled
in with a few Keentimes. Other activities seniors
enjoyed were clubs, sports, field trips, conventions,
plays and the operetta.
ADAMS, CHERYL-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, lnter-
national Club, GAA, Racket Revue, County Government
Day, Honors Convocation.
AHRENS, CONNIE-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, GAA.
ALLEN, CHARLES-Transfer from Washington -State.
ANDERSON, STEVE-Football, reserve.
BACKENCAMP, SHERYL-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
International Club, Rocket Revue, Honors Convocation.
BALL, JOHN-N Club, Football, varsity, letter, Wrestling,
BARKER, JAMES-N Club, Basketball, sophomore, Track.,
letter, Cross Country, letter, FCA, County Government
Day, Honors Convocation.
and academics challenging and worth their while
Activities, although very important in the
life ofa senior, do not come before studies. Many
a senior spent the evening at the library com-
pleting his stock report, writing a term paper or
studying for a test or at home with an apple in
one hand and a required book in the other. Lin-
coln Northeast students provided stiff competition
for other schools in city and state scholastic con-
tests as well as within the school itself. A never
ceasing flow of applications and entrance forms
passed through the offices of senior guidance
counselors on their way to fulfilling hazy futures.
BARNES, MARY-ROCKET Staff, Penguins, Rockettes,
Reserve Pep Club, Rocket Revue, Quill 81 Scroll, Journal-
ism Clinic, Girls' Chorus, vice-president.
BARTHULE, DAVID-Intramural, football, basketball.
BEAVER, ROBERT-N Club, Football, reserve, varsity,
BECKER, GARY-Football, reserve, Baseball, reserve.
BEESON, DEBRA-Transfer from California,
BELZ, SANDRA-Girls' Glee, Roclcettes, Reserve Pep Club,
Drama Class Plays, Voice of Young Citizen.
BENNETT, JOHN-Band, letter, Mid East Band Festival.
Seniors spent countless hours at Bennett Martin Library.
BENNETT, KRISTINE - Band, letter, majorette, Choir,
Operettas, Triple Trio, Penguins, Rockettes, Rocket Revue,
Mid East Band Festival, State Music Clinic.
BENTON, LINDA - Penguins, letter, secretary, treasurer,
Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club, Rocket
BERGT, BEVERLY - Student Council, Band, majorette,
Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee, Penguins, letter, student
director, Rockettes, president, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket
Revue, Honors Convocation.
BIGGS, WILLIAM - Student Council, Choir, N Club,
Football, varsity, letter, co-captain, Basketball, reserve,
varsity, letter, Baseball, letter.
BIRDWELL, SHARA - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Re-
serve Pep Club, Mosque 81 Gavel, International Club,
Spanish Club, Drama Class Plays, Honors Convocation.
BLOCH, KATHLEEN - Student Council, Choir, Operettas,
Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club, County
Government Day, Girls' State Alternate, Honors Convoca-
BLUMER, PAULA - Choir, secretary, treasurer, Operet-
tas, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Spanish Club, Interna-
tional Club, Cheerleader, varsity, Rocket Revue, Home-
coming, attendant, Honors Convocation.
BOILER, AVIS ANN - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Re-
serve Pep Club,
BONE, JAMES -- Football, reserve, Track.
BORGENS, JO - ROCKET Staff, editor, Penguins, letter,
Rockettes, secretary, Reserve Pep Club, International Club,
Spanish Club, Rocket Revue, Quill 8K Scroll, secretary,
Honors Convocation, Journalism Clinic.
BRADY, PATRICIA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
BREHM, LAURIE - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, International Club, Honors Convocation, All-
BREHM, RICK - Science Club.
BROCKMAN, LELAND - Student Council, vice-president,
Choir, Operettas, N Club, Football, reserve, varsity, let-
ter, Basketball, reserve, Track, letter, Sophomore Class
Officer, vice-president, May Day, attendant, Honors Con-
BROOKS, DOUGLAS - N club, Rocket Revue, Football,
reserve, Swimming, letter, Intramurals, basketball.
BROWN, ROBERT - N club, Gymnastics, letter.
BUCK, KEITH - FFA, N Club, Football, Track, Cross
BUCKLAND, PATRICIA - Rockettes.
Northeast student council members Kathy Gregg Linda Gage Cmdy Fletcher, and Nancy Dean smile in spite
of the hour while waiting at 5 30 a m for the bus to take them to the Student Council Convention in Norfolk.
BUCY, JEANNE - ROCKET staff, editor, Rockettes, Re
serve Pep Club, International Club, Spanish Club, Rocket
Revue, Quill 8. Scroll, Junior Class Officer, secretary
treasurer, County Government Day, Journalism Clinic.
BUNTEMEYER, BONNIE - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes
Reserve Pep Club, GAA, Rocket Revue, Honors Convoca
BURKHARDT, MARGARET - Student Council, Choir
Operettas, Rockettes, secretary, Reserve Pep Club, president
Sophomore Class Officer, secretary, May Day, attendant.
BURLING, DENNIS - Band, letter, drum major, Rocket
Revue, Honors Convocation, Dance Band, Mid East Band
BUTLER, VICKI - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Honors
BUTTS, SANDRA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Art Club
BYLEEN, MARY - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Inter-
national Club, German Club, Honors Convocation.
CADES, RICHARD - N Club, Football, varsity, letter,
Basketball, reserve, Baseball, letter, Track.
Higher goals were set by 'Ist Semester Class Officers
Cindy Fletcher, secretary, Rich Hubka, treasurer,
Kathy Gregg, president, Sam Knight, vice-president.
CARR, LARRY - Choir, Operettas, Boys' Glee.
CHAFFEE, KATHY - Transfer from Sidney High School,
Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Honors Convocation.
CHASE, SHARON - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
CHRISTOPHER, GLENA - Girls' Glee.
CHRISWISSER, PEGGY - Choir, Reserve Pep Club.
CLARK, LINDA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
CLIFTON, DAVID - Band, Football, reserve, Track.
CLINE, RICHARD - Transfer from Midland, Texas, Track.
CLINEFELTER, DOROTHY - Orchestra, letter, Rockettes,
Reserve Pep Club, Honors Convocation, Youth Symphony,
Voice of Young Citizen, State Music Clinic, String
CAMERON, PHYLLIS - Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, Art Club, German Club, Girls'
State Alternate, Honors Convocation.
CLOUGH, JEANNE - Girls' Glee.
COLE, JOLENE - Transfer from Norfolk High School,
NORTHEASTERN Staff, Rockettes,
COLEMAN, ALICE - Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee, Mas-
que Si Gavel, GAA, Rocket Revue, Drama Class Play Crew,
All-School Play Crew.
COLEMAN, JOHN - Band, letter, Mid-East Band Festival.
CONNOLLY, MIKE - Band, letter, N Club, International
Club, German Club, Rocket Revue, Track, letter, man-
ager, Mid-East Band Festival.
COOK, DANNY - Choir, N Club, Football, varsity, let-
ter, Basketball, varsity, letter, Baseball, letter, Homecom-
ing, host, May Day, attendant.
COOK, JACQUELINE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
International Club, Drama Class Plays.
COOK, WILLA - Transfer from Lincoln High.
COOKSON, ALVA - Choir, Operettas, Boys' Glee.
CORNELL, LEE VINCE - Art Club, Intramural, football,
COUCH, JUDITH - Student Council, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, Cheerleader, reserve, varsity, Rocket Revue,
May Day, attendant, Honors Convocation.
CRABT REE, DOUGLAS - Band, letter, Football, Wrestling,
Mid-East Band Festival.
CRAIMER, CATHERINE - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Re-
serve Pep Club, GAA, Rocket Revue, Honors Convocation.
CRAMER, LINDA - Latin Club, Honors Convocation,
Voice of Young Citizen.
CRUTHERS, DEBORAH - Transfer from Silver High.
CUNNINGHAM, DEAN, JR.-Radio Club.
CURTISS, JOHN - Band, letter, trumpet trio, N Club,
Masque 81 Gavel, Football, reserve, varsity, letter, Boys'
State, Honors Convocation, National Forensic League,
vice-president, Debate, varsity, letter.
DAHL, DAVE - N Club, Art Club, Science Club, Rocket
Revue, Gymnastics, letter, manager, Tennis, letter, Boys'
DAKE, KAREN - Orchestra, Choir, Operettas, Triple Trio,
Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket Revue, Honors Con-
DAVIDSON, BARBARA - Girls' Glee, Rockettes, Reserve
DEAN, NANCY - Student Council, Choir, Operettas, Pen-
guins, letter, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Cheerleader,
reserve, varsity, Rocket Revue, May Day, attendant.
DEAN, ROBERT - N Club, Baseball, letter, Drama Class
Plays, Intramural, football, basketball,
DEEDS, RICHARD - Band, letter, secretary-treasurer, Mas-
que 8t Gavel, Football, reserve, Debate, letter, National
Forensic League, president, State Music Clinic, Mid-East
DELL, BARBARA - Masque 81 Gavel, Red Cross, vice-
president, lnternational Club, Honors Convocation.
DETENBECK, DEBORAH - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
DIEKHOFF, GEORGE - Band, letter, Radio Club, president
DINGES, DONNA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Honors
DIXON, VALERIE - Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, GAA, letter, Rocket Revue.
DOLAN, SHIRLEY - Rockettes, vice president, Reserve
Pep Club, Rocket Revue, Honors Convocation,
DORENBACK, MARY - Rockettes, Girls' Glee.
DRAVER, MAUREEN - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Red
Cross, Honors Convocation.
DUNBAR, PATTY - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, lnter-
national Club, GAA.
DURHAM, TERRI - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Art
Club, lnternational Club, Drama Class Plays.
Northeast found a celebrity among its new arrivals
Nicholas Androvitch, a second semester senior enrollee or-
iginally from Ankara, Turkey, took no time in capturing the
hearts of Northeast Rockets with unlimited musical talents.
How many classes can claim a celebrity?
Not many, but the spirit of Lincoln Northeast's
Class of i969 was boosted when Nick Androvitch
was added to the senior class roll.
A talented young man with varied interests
which includes speaking six languages, Nick has
earned fame as a concert and jazz pianist. His
appeal to every audience was evident in their
refusal to accept the end of a performance. Nick
displayed poise, warmth, and professional excel-
lence. At a concert in Big Springs, Texas, Count
Basie asked Nick to play for him after the show.
Since Nick couldn't, he was invited onto the stage
in the middle of the show to perform. He began
playing the Warsaw Concerto and the entire
orchestra entered in. Mantovani, Pat Boone, Fess
Parker, and Dale Robertson are also among those
for whom Nick has played.
Nick's future plans include a television show
of his own in Turkey, his nativeicountry, and
possibly a career in motion pictures. The Class
of l969 felt honored with the presence of Nick
and wished him continued success in his career.
EDELMAIER, RICHARD-Band, Tennis.
ELDENBORG, KATHY-Girls' Glee, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, Drama Class Plays.
ELLIOTT, LAURA-Band, majorette, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, Rocket Revue.
ELLIOTT, PEGGY-Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club, Spanish Club.
ELLIS, SHARON-Girls' Glee, Rockettes, GAA.
ELS, DEBORAH-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Interna-
tional Club, GAA, Honors Convocation.
EMERY, DOUGLAS-Choir, Operettas, N Club, Rocket
Revue, Wrestling, letter, Track, letter, Cross Country,
letter, FCA, Boys' Octet.
ERICKSON, KENNETH-Drama Class Plays.
ESSMAN, STEVE-Orchestra, Football.
EWING, JUNE-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Interna-
tional Club, Honors Convocation.
FAIMON, DONNA-Rockettes, International Club.
FISK, CYNTHIA-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, honor
reserve, Masque 81 Gavel, GAA, Rocket Revue, Drama
Class Plays, All-School Plays.
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FLETCHER, CYNTHIA - Student Council, Choir, Operet-
tas, Triple Trio, Rockettes, president, Reserve Pep Club,
vice-president, Rocket Revue, Senior Class Officer, secre-
tary, Junior Class Officer, president.
FORNEY, YVONNE - ROCKET Staff, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, Masque 81 Gavel, secretary, Red Cross, president,
International Club, Rocket Revue, Quill and Scroll, All-
FOSTER, GARY - ROCKET Staff, sports editor, Quill and
Scroll, vice-president, Basketball, reserve, varsity, letter,
Journalism Clinic, Intramural, football.
FOX, JEFFERSON - Swimming, Masque 81 Gavel, County
Government Day, Honors Convocation, National Forensic
League, secretary, Debate, letter.
FREE, BETTE - Band, letter, NORTHEASTERN Staff,
Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Red Cross, Quill and Scroll,
All-School Plays, Mid-East Band Festival, Journalism Clinic.
FRENCH, THOMAS - N Club, May Day, attendant, Drama
Class Plays, Tennis, letter, Cross Country.
FRICKEL, ROBERT - N Club, Basketball, reserve, Track,
letter, Student Council.
FYE, BARBARA - Band, letter, majorette, Rockettes,
Reserve Pep Club, GAA.
GABLEHOUSE, JANET - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
GAGE, LINDA - Student Council, president, secretary,
treasurer, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, secretary, Cheer-
leader, reserve, varsity, Rocket Revue, Homecoming, hostess,
May Day, attendant, State Student Council Convention,
Student Council Leadership Workshop.
GARL, GREGORY - FCA, Wrestling.
GARRISON, DENNIS - Football, reserve, Basketball, re-
GASTON, DEBRA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Inter-
national Club, County Government Day, Honors Convo-
GETTEMY, LYNN - Choir, Operettas.
GILLETTE, TIMOTHY - Student Council, Gymnastics,
Wrestling, Honors Convocation.
GORDON, MARILYN - Reserve Pep Club.
GOSSARD, STEVE -- FFA.
GOSSMAN, -MARY - Orchestra, letter, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, honor reserve, Rocket Revue, Girls' State, Honors
GOULD, EUGENE - N Club, Football, reserve, varsity,
GREB, NANETTE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket
Revue, Quill ancl Scroll, Journalism Clinic, NORTHEASTERN
GREENO, JEANIE - Student Council, ROCKET Staff, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, Cheerleader, varsity, Rocket Re-
vue, Homecoming, attendant, May Day, attendant, Honors
GREGG, KATHY - Student Council, vice-president, Rock-
ettes, Cheerleader, reserve, varsity, Senior Class Officer,
president, Junior Class Officer, secretary, May Day, attend-
ant, Honors Convocation.
GREUTER, LINDA - Rockettes.
GRIFFIN, CONNIE - Penguins, letter, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, International Club, Spanish Club.
GRIFFIN, MARGARET - Transfer from Central High.
GROSS, SHIELA - Transfer from Mission Viejo, California,
HAAR, CONSTANCE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
HACKBARTH, ROBERT - Transfer from East High, Band.
HAGEMAN, DALE - Band, Swimming, Tennis.
Lisa Warren writes the Betty Crocker
Homemaker Test in hopes of a scholar-
ship award as do other senior girls.
HALL, MARCIA - Orchestra, Choir, Operettas, Rocket-
tes, Reserve Pep Club, GAA, vice-president, treasurer,
Rocket Revue, Honors Convocation.
HALL, VICKIE - Rockettes.
HAMILTON, MICHAEL - Masque 84 Gavel, Spanish Club,
Gymnastics, Drama Class Plays, All-School Plays.
HAMILTON, RODNEY - Football, reserve, Honors Convo-
HANSEN, JAN - Rockettes.
HARRIS, RODDY - Honors Convocation.
HARTSHORN, KAREN - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
H EGEN ER, STEVEN
HELLER, LARRY - Intramurals, football, Boys' Chorus.
HENLINE, ALICE - Orchestra, letter, Choir, Operettas,
Penguins, Rockettes, Masque 81 Gavel, Rocket Revue,
Youth Symphony, State Music Clinic.
"This is the most confusing day of my life!" was a
familiar bewildered phrase heard on September 'l, 1966.
As juniors, the Class of 1969 felt a
little more at ease and began fitting
into the daily routine of hard work.
Today, as graduating seniors, the 69'ers have found Lincoln Northeast a school of
infinite variety, a school all Rockets can be proud to attend and others can respect.
HENNINGER, NANCY - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Re-
serve Peo Club, Masque 8- Gavel, treasurer, Rocket Revue,
Drama Class Plays.
HILDEBRAND, CAROL - Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee,
Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
li HILE, KATHY - Penguins, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
HILL, HAROLD - Student Council, N Club, Basketball,
reserve, varsity, letter, Track, letter, May Day, attendant.
HILL, RUTH - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, international
Club, Spanish Club.
HITCH, BENJAMIN - Football, Gymnastics, Swimming,
HITZ, KATHLEEN - Band, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
International Club, GAA, County Government Day, Honors
HOHENSEE, LORETTA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
HOLLAND, ROBERT - Rocket Revue.
The Class of 1969 found the atmosphere of Lincoln Northeast High School to be both business-like and unusually pleasant.
HOLTGREWE, MICHAEL - Student Council, ROCKET
Staff, N Club, Quill and Scroll, president, Football, re-
serve, varsity, letter, Golf, letter, FCA, King of Hearts,
attendant, Honors Convocation, Journalism Clinic, Intra-
City Student Council.
HORNS, CONNIE - Transfer from Syracuse.
HORNUNG, KATHY - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
HOSEK, KAREN - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Masque
8. Gavel, Internattional Club, Drama Class Plays, The Gov-
ernor's Conference for Youth, Nebraska Centennial Youth
HOVEY, DEBBIE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
HOYT, DEBORAH - Penguins, letter, Rockettes, Reserve
HUBKA, RICHARD - ROCKET Staff, N Club, vice-presi-
dent, Football, varsity, letter, Basketball, reserve, Baseball,
letter, FCA, Homecoming, attendant, May Day, attendant,
Senior Class Officer, treasurer.
HUGHES, JAMES - Science Club, vice-president, treasurer.
H UGH ES, RUTH
HUGHES, SUZANNE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Mas-
que St Gavel, International Club, Drama Class Plays, The
Governor's Conference tor Youth, Nebraska Centennial
HUGHES, YVONNE - Rockettes, GAA, Girls' Glee.
HUSBANDS, JAMES - Band, letter, Swimming, Mid-East
HUSTON, BARBARA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
IFLAND, ROBERT - Chess Club, Radio Club, Art Club,
Drama Class Plays.
IRONS, JOHN -- Honors Convocation.
JACKA, DAVID - Band, letter, Chess Club, vice-presi-
dent, secretary, treasurer, Mid-East Band Festival.
JAKUB, GERALD - Basketball, Baseball, FFA.
JAMISON, JUDY - Rockettes, International Club, Honors
Convocation, Transfer from Ord High School.
JANSING, DOUGLAS - Band, N Club, Swimming, letter,
JANSSON, ANN CHRISTINE - AFS student from Finland,
Student Council, Rockettes, International Club, GAA, State
Student Council Convention.
JENSEN, KENNETH - FFA.
JOHNSON, GAYLE - Girls' Glee, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, Cheerleader, varsity.
JOHNSON, KATHRYN - Orchestra, letter, Penguins, let-
ler, Rockettes, Red Cross, International Club, Spanish Club,
GAA, Honors Convocation, Youth Symphony.
JOHNSON, LYNNE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, ln-
ternational Club, German Club, Drama Class Plays.
JOHNSON, SANDRA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
honor reserve, Cheerleader, varsity, Rocket Revue.
JOINER, JUDY -- Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, Cheerleader, varsity, Rocket Revue.
JONAS, PATRICIA - Girls' Glee, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, GAA, Lincoln Council of Youth.
JONES, BRADFORD - Chess Club, County Government
Day, All-School Plays, Honors Convocation.
JONES, DARRELL - Swimming, letter, N Club, Radio Club.
JONES, V. SUE - Student Council, Choir, Operettas,
ROCKET Staff, Penguins, letter, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, vice-president, Rocket Revue, County Government
Day, Honors Convocation, Intra-City Student Council,
State Student Council Convention.
JOSEPH, ROBERT - FFA, Science Club, Baseball.
JURGENS, NANCY - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
KAENEL, MARCINE - Transfer from Fremont High
Senior Rockets carriecl out old and new tfraclitions
The class ot I969 carried on many Rocket
traditions. For years high school students have
received class rings as graduation gifts and
bought yearbooks to remind them of their mem-
orable high school years. This year a new tradi-
tion was promoted by the Quill 81 Scroll Club, a
student directory was published. Never before
have Northeast boys had access to such a handy
"black book" as this.
Seniors were again priviledged in being the
only students allowed to be elected to honorary
positions, such as Homecoming Host and Hostess,
May Day King and Queen, Turnabout King of
Hearts. This year was the second year for Spirit
Week, a tradition the classes of i968 and I969
hope will be carried on and on. Then of course,
there was that age old tradition of graduation!
KANE, KATHLEEN-Reserve Pep Club, Red Cross, GAA,
Drama Class Plays.
KARLE, MIKE-N Club, Football, varsity, letter, Gym-
nastics, Track, letter, King of Hearts., attendant.
KEENEY, KATHRYN-Band, letter, GAA, letter, Rocket
Revue, Mid East Band Festival, Science Conference.
KELLER, LINDA A.-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, GAA,
KELLER, LINDA S.-Girls' Gymnastics.
KELL5, ROBERT-Rocket Revue, All-School Plays.
KENNEDY, JANICE-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Inter-
national Club, Honors Convocation.
While his mother watches, Ed Olson buys his Northeast class
ring, a traditional senior purchase for boys as well as girls.
KEYSER, EVELYN - GAA.
KIRCHNER, JACQUELINE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club
KIRWAN, MAXINE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
Masque 81 Gavel, Voice ot Democracy Contest.
KNIGHT, BARBARA - Choir, Operettos, Rockettes, Re-
serve Pep Club, Rocket Revue, Honors Convocation.
KNIGHT, SAMUEL - NORTHEASTERN Staff, sports edi
tor, N Club, Football, reserve, Swimming, letter, co-captain
FCA, Senior Class Officer, vice-president, Junior Class Offi
cer, vice-president, Sophomore Class Officer, president
KOCH, PHILIP- Student Council, N Club, president
Football, reserve, varsity, letter, Track, letter, Boys' State
King of Hearts, May Day, attendant.
KOLB, CAROL - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Interna-
KRIZ, SANDRA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Inter-
national Club, Spanish Club, GAA, president, vice-president,
sec reta ry, Honors Convocation.
KROGH, SUSAN - Art Club, Girls' Gymnastics.
KROHN, DELWIN - FFA, N Club, Gymnastics, letter,
KRUEGER, STEVEN - N Club, Football, varsity, letter
Track, letter, FCA, Honors Convocation.
KULAWIK, TOM - Football, reserve, varsity, FCA.
KURTZER, DONALD - Intramural, football, basketball,
LAGESON, PAMELA - Band, letter, Orchestra, Rockettes,
GAA, Rocket Revue, Dance Band, Mid-East Band Festival
LANGE, MARILYN - Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club, Spanish Club,
LANGE, ROBERT -- Golf.
LARSEN, WALT - Transfer from Culbertson High School,
LAWS, HALE - County Government Day, lntramurals.
LAWSON, RICKI - Choir, Operettas, Triple Trio, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, Drama Class Plays.
LEISHMAN, DON - N Club, Football, reserve, varsity,
letter, Wrestling, letter, Honors Convocation.
LEVEY, PAM - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Interna-
tional Club, French Club, Cheerleader, varsity, Rocket
LEWIS, PAMELA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket
LICHTY, DEBRA - Girls' Glee, Student Council, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, Cheerleader, reserve, varsity,
clinic, Rocket Revue, Hub Club Council, Student Council
LIVERS, LARRY - Choir, Intramurals, basketball.
LORTZ, LINDA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
LOWE, MICHAEL - N Club, Wrestling, letter, Golf, FCA.
LOWE, MITCHELL - Football, Gymnastics, Golf, Track.
LOWE, TIMOTHY - Band, Orchestra, Chess Club, Red
Cross, Dance Band, Mid-East Band Festival.
LUSHER, SHARON - Choir, Operettas, Masque 8. Gavel,
Red Cross, Rocket Revue, Drama Class Plays, All-School
McGLINN, JUDITH - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, honor
reserve, Art Club, International Club, Spanish Club, Rocket
McINTOSH, BARBARA--Rockettesg Reserve Pep Clubj
MCKERNAN, JAMES-Intramurals, football, basketball.
McKINNEY, LINDA-Rockettesg Reserve Pep Clubg Honors
MABIN MARGARET-Choirg Operettasg ROCKET Staffg
Rocket Revueg Journalism Clinic.
MAGNUSSON, NANCY-Band, letterg Rockettesj Reserve
Pep Clubg Red Crossg Mid East Band Festival.
MANNING, KATHLEEN-Red Crossg Art Clubg Interna-
tional Clubj GAA.
MARKWARDT, LINDA-Choirj Operettasj Rockettesg Re'
serve Pep Clubj Rocket Revue.
Second Semester Senior Class Officers
Margaret Burkhardt, president: Mike
Wilkins, vice-president: Judy Joiner,
secretary: and Marti Hall, treasurer
waste little time in getting to work.
Lynn Gettemy and Mrs. Bowlin discuss announcements.
MEDUNA, KATHY - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
MEIERHENRY, SUSAN - Penguins, letter, president, sec-
retary, Rockettes, International Club, GAA, Rocket Revue,
MENEBROKER, LAWRENCE - FFA, vice-president.
MICHAUD, GARAI-D - Choir, Operettas, Chess Club,
Red Cross, International Club, German Club, State Music
Clinic, Science Club.
IMILLER, DONNA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Red
Cross, GAA, County Government Day.
MILLER, STEPHEN - Intramurals, Basketball, football.
MILLER, SUSAN - Penguins, letter, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, International Club, GAA, letter, Rocket Revue,
Junior Class Officer, vice-president.
MOHATT, DAVID - Intramurals, football, basketball,
MAYFIELD, JAMES - N Club, Football, reserve
varsity, letter, Track, letter, FCA, Intramurals,
MEALHOW, MARY -- Band, letter, Penguins, let
ter, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club.
MORRIS, JON-Choir, N Club, Football, varsity, letter.
NEKICH, JOHN-Band, letter, Swimming.
NELLIS, CAROLEE-Spanish Club, Science Club, Honors
NELSON, LINDA-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, lrtterna-
tional Club, GAA, Rocket Revue.
NICKELL, MICHAEL-Intramural, football, basketball.
NIELSEN, PATRICIA-Student Council, secretary, treas-
urer, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club,
Cheerleader, reserve, varsity, clinic, Rocket Revue, Junior
Class Officer, president, Sophomore Class Officer, treasurer,
May Day, attendant, Voice of Young Citizen.
NOVOTNY, JAYNE-ROCKET Staff, Rockettes, Reserve
Pep Club, international Club, Rocket Revue, Quill 81 Scroll.
NUTT, ROBERT-Football., reserve, Basketball, reserve, var-
sity, letter, Drama Class Plays, Intramurals, softball.
OAKESON, JANET-Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Reserve
OBERG, GREGORY--Transfer from Gothenburg Senior High
Seniors found conferring with representatives from pro-
spective colleges helpful in making the right choice.
OLSON, EDWIN - Choir, Operettas, ROCKET Staff,
Masque 81 Gavel, Quill and Scroll, Voice of Young Citizen.
O'NEILL, POLLY - Choir, Operettas, NORTIQIEASTERN
Staff, Rockettes, Reserve' Pep Club, Rocket Revue, Voice oi
Young Citizen, Journalism Clinic.
ORE, PATRICIA - Band, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
ORR, CHERYLE - Choir, Operettas, Triple Trio, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club, president,
French Club, Rocket Revue, State Music Clinic.
ORR, RETHA - Penguins, letter, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, Masque 81 Gavel, GAA, letter, Rocket Revue, Drama
Class Plays, All-School Play Crew.
OWEN, SHERYL - GAA.
OWENS, GLORIA -- Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket
PALU, CARLA - Rockettes.
PAPKE, GARY - Student Council, Wrestling, reserve,
varsity, Boys' State, Boys' Nation, Honors Convocation.
PARKER, KATHRYN - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
Mike Karle and Charles Steuben discuss a career in
the Armed Forces with a speaker representing the ROTC.
PERKINTON, ANN - Transfer from Mount Marty, Choir,
Rockettes, Masque 81 Gavel, All-School Plays.
PERKINTON, MARY - Rocket Revue, Rockettes.
PESTER, BONNIE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club. l
PETER, STEVEN - Choir, vice-president, Operettas, Boys'
Octet, N Club, Rocket Revue, Tennis, letter, State Music
PETERSON, ELIZABETH - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
PHILLIPS, ROLIN - N Club, Football, reserve, Track,
PORTSCHE, ROBERT - Orchestra, letter, Operettas,
N Club, Football, reserve, varsity, letter, Gymnastics,
letter, Track, letter, FCA.
PRICE, DENNIS - Boys' Glee, Youth Symphony, Intra-
murals, football, basketball.
PRICE, JUDY - Choir, Operettas, ROCKET Staff, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket Revue, Quill and Scroll,
PRUSIA, LYNN - Band, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
Red Cross, Ali-School Play Crew. X
RADDATZ, BETTE - Transfer from Lincoln High school. l
RAE, STEVE - Transfer from Marcus Community High
RAMos, vic'romA - AFS student from spain, student I
Council, Rockettes, International Club, Spanish Club,
State Student Council Convention.
RANK, JACQUE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
REA, KEVIN - Honors Convocation.
REINHART, MARY - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
REINKE, CASSANDRA - Orchestra, letter, Rockettes,
Reserve Pep Club, International Club, French Club, Rocket
Revue, Honors Convocation, Dance Band, Youth Symphony.
RENAUD, JAMES - N Club, Mid-East Band Festival,
Tennis, letter, Band, letter.
RIGGINS, RICHARD - Choir, Operettas, Boys' Octet,
N Club, Masque 8. Gavel, Swimming, letter, Drama Class
Plays, All-School Plays, FCA, Rocket Revue.
RINNE, PATRICIA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Inter-
national Club, GAA, Rocket Revue.
ROBARE, SANDRA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Hon-
ROBISON, JUNE - Rockettes, Honors Convocation,
ROLOFSON, ELWYN - N Club, Wrestling, letter, FCA.
ROSS, JOHN - Spanish Club, Debate, reserve, Interna-
tional Club, Choir.
RUMPELTES, JANE - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Re-
serve .Pep Club, treasurer, Cheerleader, varsity, Rocket
RYAN, JOHN - FFA, Wrestling.
SABALKA, BARBARA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
International Club, Spanish Club, GAA.
SANDERS, GYNETH - Orchestra, letter, Rockettes, Re-
serve Pep Club, Red Cross, State Music Clinic, Voice of
SCHAFER, STEVEN - N Club, Masque 84 Gavel, Tennis,
letter, Lincoln Boys' Choir.
SCHARF, SHARON - Rockettes, Red Cross lnternational
Club, Honors Convocation.
SCHEFFERT, CRAIG - Band, N Club, Football, varsity,
SCHMIDT, TIMOTHY - Choir, Operettas, Football, re-
serve, Wrestling, FCA, Honors Convocation.
SCHMIEDING, ROBERT - Band, letter, FFA, president,
Rocket Revue, Drama Class Plays, Dance Band.
SCHNEIDER, JACK - Chess Club, Science Club, vice-
president, treasurer, Swimming, FCA, Boys' State, Honors
SCHNEIDER, STARLA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
Sam Knight, Elks Club Most Valuable
Student, displays a victory smile
during a visit to the state capitol.
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SCHROEDER, STEVE-Masque 81 Gavel, Boys' State, Hon-
ors Convocation, Debate, varsity, letter, GOvernor's Youth
Conference, Fine Arts Festival.
SCHULDT, BARBARA-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
SCHULZ, THOMAS-Band, president, trumpet trio, letter,
Orchestra, letter, Operettas, Rocket Revue, Dance Band,
Youth Symphony, State Music Camp, State Music Clinic.
SCHWARZKOPF, STANLEY-Band, letter, Rocket Revue,
Honors Convocation, Dance Band, Mid East Band Festival.
SEXTON, ARTHUR-Band, letter, Choir, N Club, Rock-
et Revue, Wrestling, letter, Track, letter, manager, Cross
Country, letter, Dance Band, Mid East Band Festival.
SHELTON, JANET-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
SIECKMANN, VICKI-Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club.
A variety of interests added to Rocket activities
Paul Anderson, 1956 Olympic Weight Lifting Cham-
pion, and Lee Brockman take time out before a
YMCA youth assembly based on today's new morals.
SIEMSEN, JACK-N Club, bouncer, Football, varsity, letter.
SINCLAIR, CHUCK-Student Council, president, NORTH-
EASTERN Staff, sports editor, N Club, secretary, treas-
urer, Football, reserve, varsity, letten, co-captain, Basket-
ball, reserve, varsity, letter, Track, letter, FCA, captain,
SIPMA, CYNTHIA-Choir, Operettas, Triple Trio, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket Revue, State Music Clinic
SIPP, KATHLEEN-NORTHEASTERN Staff, Rockettes, Re-
serve Pep Club, lnternational Club, Quill Br Scroll, Journ-
SISSEL, STEPHEN-Band, Chess Club.
SLECHTA, CECELIA-NORTHEASTERN Staff, Rockettes,
Reserve Pep Club, Drama Class Plays.
SMITH, CAROLYN-Penguins, letter, Rockettes, GAA
SOBOTTA, JOYCE-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
SOUTHWICK, BRADFORD - N Club, Football, reserve,
varsity, letter, FCA.
SPADT, TERRI - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
SPAHN, PHILIP - FFA, Science Club.
STANDLEY, JOYCE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Inter-
national Club, Spanish Club.
STARCK, RANDALL - Operettas, Masque 84 Gavel, All-
STARITA, JIMMY - N Club, Basketball, reserve, varsity
letter, Baseball, letter.
STARLIN, MARK - N Club, Football, reserve, varsity,
STEENSON, SALLY - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
STEPHENSON, REED - N Club, Football, varsity, letter,
Baseball, letter, FCA, Intramurals.
STEUBEN, CHARLES - N Club, Football, varsity, letter,
Gymnastics, Drama Class Plays.
STOEHR, STEVE - Transfer from Coronado High School,
STRAYER, DIANE - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
SWANSON, CYNTHIA - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes,
Reserve Pep Club, GAA, Rocket Revue, Drama Class Plays.
SWANSON, KATHRYN - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
Red Cross, All-School Plays.
Mr. Watt examines specimen donated by Kathy Johnson.
SWARTZ, LLOYD-Student Council, Choir, Masque 81
Gavel, president, Swimming, letter, co-captain, County
Government Day, Honors Convocation, Drama Class Plays,
SWARTZ, SUSAN- Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Cheer-
leader, reserve, varsity, Rocket Revue, Honors Convocation.
THOMAN, RICHARD-Gymnasfacs. gs., f
THOMPSON, DELTA-Orchestra, letter, Choir, Operettas, S L,,,L '
Rockettes, Honors Convocation, Youth Symphony, State
TINTERA, RICHARD-Transfer from Fort Dodge, Iowa.
TISCHE, CRAIG-Orchestra, letter, N Club, Baseball,
letter, Wrestling, letter, FCA,
Trrus, DUANE y
TOMPSETT, NANCY-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Art
TORELL, JANICE-Choir, Operettas, Triple- Trio, ROCK-
ET Staff, Penguins, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket
Revue, Quill 84 Scroll, Honors Convocation.
TOWNSLEY, JOANNE-Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, ln-
fa WH tl
Q :Bill '
ternational Club, Spanish Club, Rocket Revue.
Once in awhile these carefree senior boys found a nice
day more lnvlhng than a strenuous day at Northeast,
TRAMDACHS, GUNTIS - Honors Convocation, Intra-
TROUTT, DEBORAH - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
TYLER, GERRY - Band, letter, International Club, Mid-
East Band Festival.
UMPHREYS, STEPHEN - Band, letter, N Club, Radio
Club, Rocket Revue, Swimming, letter, co-captain.
UPTON, CHERYL - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
UPTON, DONNA - Student Council, ROCKET Staff, Rock-
ettes, Reserve Pep Club, president, Rocket Revue, Quill
and. Scroll, Honors Convocation.
VANCE, PATRICIA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
VANDEN BOSCH, ROBERT - Student Council, Choir,
Operettas, Masque 81 Gavel, Spanish Club, Rocket Revue,
Junior Class Officer, treasurer, All-School Plays.
VAN HORN, MARY - Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee, Pen-
guins, letter, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, GAA.
VAUGHN, KENNETH - Masque 8. Gavel, Drama Class
Plays, All-School Plays.
VERCELLINO, PATRICIA - Orchestra, Chorus, secretary-
treasurer, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, International Club,
Spanish Club, GAA.
VCN RENTZEI-I-1 DENNIS - N Club, Football, reserve,
varsity, letter, Wrestling.
WALKER, DONNA - Band, letter, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, Art Club.
WALL, RACHEL - Choir, Operettas Triple Trio, Girls'
Glee, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Rocket Revue.
WALLICK, ROBERT GREGG - Intramurals, football.
WALTON, PATRICIA - Rockettes.
WARNSHOLZ, JANELLE - Choir, Operettas, Girls' Glee,
Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
WARREN, LISA - Orchestra, letter, Penguins, letter,
treasurer, Rockettes, treasurer, Rocket Revue, Honors
WATTS, DIANNE - Band, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
Rocket Revue, Honors Convocation, Mid-East Band Festi-
WAY, LYNN - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
WAY, MONA - ROCKET Staff, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, honor reserve, treasurer, Rocket Revue, Quill and
Scroll, Journalism Clinic.
WEBB, PAMELA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, GAA.
WEBER, KENNETH - Band, N Club, Football, reserve,
varsity, letter, Wrestling, reserve, Honors Convocation,
Mid-East Band Festival.
WEBER, LAURA - AFS to Holland, Choir, Operettas,
Triple Trio, Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, International
Club, French Club, Honors Convocation.
WEBER, MARY ANN - Choir, Operettas, Rockettes, Re-
serve Pep Club, GAA.
WEBER, REIDA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
WESTLING, RICHARD - Choir, Operettas, Boys' Gleei
WHEATLEY, NANCY - Student Council, NORTHEAST-
ERN Staff, Rockettes, vice-president, treasurer, Reserve
Pep Club, secretary, Rocket Revue, County Government
Day, Honors Convocation.
WHITE, LINDA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club, Inter-
national Club, French Club.
WHITE, REX - Choir, Operettas.
WILKINS, MICHAEL - Choir, president, Operettas,
NORTHEASTERN Staff, editor, Quill and Scroll, Honors
Convocation, State Music Clinic, Journalism Clinic, ln-
tramurals, Student Council.
WILLEMSEN, LARRY - Gymnastics, letter.
WILLEY, ELIZABETH - Art Club, vice-president.
WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club,
Red Cross, International Club, GAA, All-School Plays.
WILLIAMS, KATHY - Rockettes.
WOELFLE, LINDA - Rockettes, Reserve Pep Club.
WOERNER, CONRAD-Band, letter, N Club, Masque 81
Gavel, Tennis, letter, Debate, letter.
WOODCQCK, DARLENE-Rockettes, Drama Class-Plays.
WRIGHT, JOHN-N Club, Golf, letter.
WULF, SUSAN-Band, letter, majorette, Girls' State, Drama
Class Plays, Fine Arts Festival, Mid East Band Festival.
WULFF, RONALD-Band, letter, Orchestra, Track, Cross
WYLDER, NANCY-Transfer from University High School.
YEARLEY, CHARLES-N Club, Football, reserve, Tennis,
YOUNG, MICHAEL-Football, reserve.
YOUNG, STEVEN-Football, reserve.
ZESSIN, VICTORIA-Girls' Glee, Rockettes, Reserve Pep
Club, Red Cross, International Club, treasurer, German
ZIER, CARO L-Rockettes, GAA.
Whitney, Jo Anne
Lincoln Northeast senior honorees got a headstart
Sam and Kathy are Nebraska's mast valuable students.
Cindy Fletcher received the N.S.A. Scholarship.
Early in the year scholarships, honors, and
special awards began arriving for members of the
Senior Class. Northeast was honored to receive
both the boy and girl Elks Most Valuable Student
awards on the city and the state level. Both stu-
dents were required to fill out an application and
prepare a scrapbook showing their accomplish-
ments. The awardees, Sam Knight and Kathy
Johnson, also received other awards.
Kathy, who is headed for California to be-
come a marine biologist, received a scholarship
and grant-in-aid from the University of California
at Irvine. Also on her list is second place in the
Soroptimist Youth Citizenship Contest, Her
awards and scholarships totalled Sl,785. Kathy
felt she was "lucky and surprised!"
Sam Knight, winner of the Elks Most Vol-
uable Student Contest, Gateway La Sertoma Club
Leadership Award, Sertoma Club All-City Scho-
lastic Team and second runner-up in the Elks
Leadership Contest, could think of only one thing
to say about his awards, "Thanks, the help will
come in handy." Sam plans to attend the Uni-
versity of California at San Diego.
Sandy shows a smile for her P. E. Scholarship.
on future plans throug
Two other Northeast scholarship recipients
were Cindy Fletcher and Sandy Kriz. Cindy was
chosen from five other girls to receive the Na-
tional Secretaries Association Scholarship. To be
eligible for the scholarship, Cindy was nominated
by the Northeast business teachers, she attended
a banquet held by the N. S. A. and was inter-
viewed by a panel of judges. She will receive Sl5O
to attend the University of Nebraska,
Sandy, who also plans to attend the Uni-
versity of Nebraska, received the E. R. Moore
National Women's Physical Education Scholar-
ship. Sandy was presented the SlOOO scholarship
h scholarships and awards
May l2, by Governor Tiemann, in the presence
of her parents, Mrs. Short, Mr. Taylor and Mr.
Moore. Only five girls in the United States re-
ceived this scholarship which makes the honor
even more exciting and outstanding.
Lincoln Northeast has always been among
the top rated schools scholastically. This year
students from the top lOfXn of the Senior Class
were named to the National Honor Society. A
new point system based on grade averages, ac-
tivities, and leadership was used in selecting
members. These students are to be commended
for their effort at Northeast.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Dolan, S. Jean
Hitz, K. Kay
Lee, J. Kevin
Jones, V. Sue
Miss Delbridge and Mrs. Copas, faculty members who were new
to Lincoln Northeast the second semester, pause to congrat-
ulate Kathy Chaffee who ranked number one in the Senior Class.
AFS students, Vicky and
found it diffi-
cult to study on
or roll student,
Rocket game days.
Chrisse, headed into a
The senior class welcomed Maria Victoria
Ramos and Ann-Christine Jonsson to Northeast
this year as AFS students. Both girls took an
active part in school activities, as well as, out-
side activities, such as Lin-Co-Y.
Chriss is from Grankulla, Finland, where she
attended Grankullo Sauiskola High School. Her
father teaches Naval Architecture ot the Tech-
nical University of Helsinki and her mother
teaches physical education to elementary and
high school age students.
Here in Lincoln, Chrisse lived with the Wil-
Iiam Millers at 429 Steinway. Mr. Miller, a
teacher at Southeast, Mrs. Miller, a physical edu-
cation teacher at the University of Nebraska,
Vicky helped out with the
cheer-in held by the var-
sity cheerleaders for in
coming sophomore girls.
Chrisse spent her AFS year with the NVilliam Miller family. Both Chrisse and her family, Mr. and tMrs. Miller, Susie and
John, have many heartwarming memories that won't be forgotten upon her return to Grankulla, Finland, and the Jansson home.
memorable year as they entered the Rocket Kingdom
Susie, a Northeast senior, and John, a East High
sophomore make up Chrisse's American family.
Maria Victoria Ramos, better known as
Vicky, hails from Madrid, Spain, While Vicky has
been here in Lincoln, her father, who works for
the Gonzalez Byass Wine Company, and her
mother, a former school teacher, became proud
grandparents of two boys.
Vicky graduated from an English and a
Spanish high school before coming to the United
States to spend a year with the Donald Levey
family at 600 Redwood Drive. As in Chrisse's
family, the Leveys are split between Northeast
and East, with Scott and Mark attending East
High and Vicky and Pam attending Northeast.
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It took little time for Vicky and Chrisse to become friends.
The Donald Levey family lost no time in making Vicky feel welcome and like one of the family. Since Vicky was unac-
quainted with American customs, Pam, Mrs. Levey, Mark, Scott, and Mr. Levey all helped in her difficult adjustment.
The Class of I969 undoubtedly has many unforget-
How can we ever forget these crazy high
school days? Remember those Rocket rallies . . .
"two bits, four bits, hey!" . . . , bombing through
King's right after a Rocket victory, dates, going
steady, the Turnabout, the Prom, Homework that
never seemed to get quite finished, CliH's Notes,
daydreaming, spring fever, how about those ever
flowing car rallies, or those never ending office
calls, "KLMS-l-48 in Lincoln, Nebraska", or just
gabbing with our best friends? All we have now,
Class of l969, are memories, unforgettable, of
moments which are impossible to relive. Our
futures are ahead, the Rockets, this time believe
it or not, are behind forever.
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table memories to carry them into their futures
Students find LN faculty
Teachers were affected by many changes
this year. Preparing report cards for the com-
puters each nine weeks instead of every six weeks
was not as easy as it seemed. But this added re-
ponsibility was not disheartening, and Northeast
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helpful each day in all
teachers still rated No. l in the eyes of the
students, and throughout the city.
In addition to the new grading system the
individual departments also made adjustments
in their activities to meet the changing require-
ments of the students. For example, the everyday
routine of an English class was broken by listen-
ing to popular music, visiting with "hippies" and
discussing problems of the United States.
One of the highlights of the year was a
teachers' skit during the Homecoming rally, The
Rocket 'good guys' triumphed over evil, as they
removed a curse which had silenced the cheer-
leaders and pep clubs, keeping all of their win-
ning spirit locked up.
Adams, Mrs. Janet-B.S., Nebraska, English, Rockettes
Adams, Mrs. Marjorie-B.A., Wayne State, Nebraska,
Albers, Mrs. Joan-BS., Western State, Nebraska, Biol-
ogy, Girls Physical Education, GAA, Girls' lntramurals
Berka, Mr. Melvin-B.A., M.A., Wayne State, Nebraska,
History, Intramural Director
Billings, Miss Margaret-B.S., Colorado State, M.A.,
Nebraska, University of Colorado, Co-Sponsor of Senior
Boiler, Mr. Evan-B.A., M.A., Colorado State, Iowa,
Simpson College, Electronics, Mechanical Drawings,
Boroff, Mr. Claire-University of Nebraska, Kearney
State, History, Varsity Football
Bowlin, Mrs. Beryl-BA., M.A., Nebraska, Guidance,
Senior Class Sponsor, Ushers
Brown, iMrs. Wanda-A.B., Kearney State College, Peru
State College, University ot Nebraska, Home Economics
Bruner, Mr. George-A.B., M.E., Nebraska, Wisconsin,
Cascini, Mrs. Edythe-B.A., M. Ed., Hamline University,
Nebraska, Albany State Teachers College, Emporia State
Teachers College, Medio Specialist
Cech, Mrs. Sharon-B.F.A., Nebraska, Art, Pep Club
Coleman, Mr. Watson-BS., M.A., Nebraska, Cotner
College, Santa Monica Tech, Wesleyan, Industrial Arts
phases ol school lile
Crozier, Mr. Lynn-B.S., Midland College, M, Ed., Ne-
braska, Guidance, Co-Sponsor of Junior-Senior Class.
Dolezal, Miss Margaret-B.A., M.A., Nebraska, German
Els, Mr. Robert-A.B., Wesleyan, M.E., Nebraska, As-
sistant Track Coach, Reserve Football, Mathematics
Galloway, Mr. Bernard-B.A., M.A., Nebraska, Amer-
ican Driver Education and Safety Conference, Kansas,
Driver Training, Director of Athletics, "N" Club
Gast, tMrs. Mary Jean-B.A., Wayne State, University
of South Dakota, Nebraska, Home Economics, Refresh-
ments-Homecoming, Jr.-Sr. Prom
Gustafson, Mrs. Jeanne-B.A., Nebraska, University of
South Dakota, English
Heffelfinger, Mr. Robert-A.B., Wesleyan, M.A., Uni-
versity of Nebraska, Physical Education, Varsity Gym-
Hester, Mr. Max-B.A., Wyoming, Health Education,
Varsity Track, Cross Country
Hiza, Mr. John-B.S., University of New Mexico, Uni-
versity of California, Berkley, California, Nebraska,
Doane College, Economics
Holmquist, Miss Jean-B.S., Nebraska, History, Rock-
Hughes, Mrs. Marlys-B.S., Kearney State, Nebraska,
Iowa, Colorado, English, Publications, Quill and Scroll
Jacoby, Mrs. Mabel-B.S., Wesleyan, Nebraska, Com-
t 5 'qsoyrsipo-1 .sri '-:1:wf
Mr. Schultz and student
teacher, Mr. Hanner, en-
ioy a cup of coffee in
the teachers' lounge be-
fore returning to work.
Faculty enjoys time out for a bit of sociability
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James, Mr. Robert-B.A., Peru State, M.A., Nebraska,
National Science Foundation, Summer Science Institute,
Physiology, Sophomore Football, Driver Education
Jeffery, Mr. Ellis-BA., M,A., Nebraska, Physics, Co-
Sponsor of Science Club
Johnson, Mr. Edward-B.A., M.A., Missouri, Drafting,
Klockner, Mrs. Ida-l3.S., Nebraska, Home Economics,
Refreshments-Homecoming, Jr.-Sr. Prom
Kos, Mrs. Barbara-B.S., B.A., M.A., Nebraska, English
Krause, Mrs. Helen-B.S., M.E., Nebraska, University
of Connecticut, Oklahoma A and M, Oklahoma State
University, Latin, English, Latin Club
Larson, Mr. Richard-B.A., Wesleyan, Nebraska, ln-
structional Media Center
Leatherman, Mr. Keith-B.A., Georgetown University,
BD., Union Theological Seminary, Nebraska, Economics,
Philosophy, Red Cross
Mach, Mr. Don-BA., Peru State College, Nebraska,
Kearney State College, Engine Mechanics, Metals
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Maher, Mrs. Ula-B.A., M.A., Nebraska, English
Maly, Mr. William-B.A., Wesleyan, M.E., Nebraska,
Guidance, Junior Class Sponsor, AFS Coordinator
Mason, Mr. E. Lawrence-B.A., Hastings College, M.A.,
Nebraska, TH.B., Northwestern Seminary Minnesota,
G. E. Fellowship, Purdue University, Literature, Chess
iMcClanahan, Mr. Frank-B.A., University of the South,
Sewanee, Tennessee, Nebraska, Senior Composition
McCormick, Mr. John-BS., M.E., University of Ne-
Mclntyre, Mr. John-B.S., University of Nebraska,
Driver Training, Varsity Wrestling
,McMeen, Mr. Reynold-BS., University of Nebraska,
Biology, Reserve Football, Track
Mueller, Mr. Jack-B.S., Augustana College, M.A.,
South Dakota, Nebraska, History, Debate, NFL
Nagele, Mr. S. Richard-A.B., Wesleyan, B.A., M.A.,
Kearney State, Purdue University, Nebraska, Mathe-
matics, Concession Manager
O'BrEen, Mrs. Nancy-B.A., M.A., Nebraska, History,
Plum, Mrs. Dorothea-B.S., M.S., Iowa State, Nebraska,
Special Education, Building Representative
Putman, Mr. James-B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan Univer-
sity, University of Wyoming, Georgetown University,
Nebraska, All-School Plays, Co-sponsor of Masque
Reeder, Mrs. Elizabeth-B.A., M.A., Nebraska, Drama,
Mathematics, Masque and Gavel, Sponsor of Speech Pre-
sentations and Contests, Voice of the Young Citizen
Renegar, Mr. G. Kent-B.A., Wesleyan, University of
Nebraska, Vanderbilt University, English, Wrestling
Resz, Mr. Robert-B.S., Peru State, M.A., Nebraska,
Minnesota, New Hampshire, Iowa State, Chemistry,
Richards, lMrs. Mildred-B.S., Wesleyan, Nebraska,
Rudell, Mrs. LaVerne-B.A., Nebraska Wesleyan, Mc-
Phail School of Music, Nebraska, Business Principles,
Marketing and Merchandising, Football Ticket Sales,
Co-Sponsor for Alumni Reception, Reserve Pep Club
Rush, Mr. George-B.A., Morningside, M.E., Nebraska,
Art, Art Club
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Engine Mechanics, F.F.A.
Schulz, Mr. Duane-B.A., M.A., Nebraska, Wayne State,
Northeastern University, Rocket Revue, Instrumental
Seng, Mr. Leroy--B.A., Wesleyan, Nebraska, Wayne
State, Driver Training, Reserve Basketball, Varsity Base-
Short, iMrs. Vietta-B.A., M.E., Nebraska, Physical Ed-
ucation, Penguins, Girls' Intramurals, Co-Ed Bowling
Shumard, Miss Audria-B.A., MA., M.E., Colorado,
Simon, Mr. Frank-B.S., Nebraska, Guidance, Sopho-
more Class Sponsor
Singler, Mrs. Barbara-B.S., New Paltz State University,
Ferdonio State University, Vocal Music
Snook, Mrs. Velma-B.A., M.A., Nebraska, Vocal
Stednitz, Mrs. Margaret-B.A., Nebraska, English,
Strange, Mr. David-B.S.E., Emporia Kansas State Teach-
ers College, University of Nebraska, English
Sturgeon, Mrs. Norma-B.A., Bethany College, Linds-
Kansas, Ft. Hays, Kansas State, University of
Grenoble, Grenoble, France, Colorado, Kansas, Ne-
English, French, International Club
T m e, Mr. Richard-B,A.E., Wayne State College,
.S., Ia University, Eastern Illinois University,
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Thomas Mr. Bure B.S., M.A., Kearney State, Kansas
Co do State, Bowling Green State University,
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conscientiously to prepare students lor future
Vitquain, Mrs. Dorothy-B.S., Nebraska, Commercial
Arts, Co-Sponsor Reserve Pep Club, Ushers
Wagner, Mr. Robert-B.S., Nebraska, Mathematics
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Swimming, Driver Training, Reserve Baseball B? ,
Watt, Mr. Keith-B.S., Tarkio, Missouri, M.A,, Uni-
versity of Nebraska, Biology, Science Club, Tennis
Wilcox, Mrs. Judy-B.A., Wesleyan, Spanish
Willemsen, Mr. Henry-M.E., University of Nebraska,
Colorado College, Modern Problems, U. S. Government,
Sophomore Football and Basketball
Wilson, Mrs. Vivian-A.B., Peru State, M.E., University
of Wyoming, Iowa, Nebraska, Guidance, Sophomore
Wohlers, Mr. Robert-B.A., Nebraska, Colorado State,
Wesleyan, North Dakota, California, Mathematics
Mrs. Diane Pauley, who substituted for Mrs. Reeder in
the drama department, talks with a student about plays.
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break in the lounge during some well-earned free time.
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New trends appeared in curricula of City Schools
Mr. John Prasch, Superintendent of Schools ad-
Providing teachers, facilities, and a stimu-
dresses patrons al- a community parents' group.
Iating curriculum for over 30,000 students in fifty
schools became the task that faced Supt. John
Prasch and the Board of Education.
In the face of rapid and often radical educa-
tional changes sweeping the nation, the Board
surveyed the Lincoln City Schools. They reviewed
policies and practices in the light of the demands
of a space-conscious society. ln an attempt to
retain the sound procedures and stabalizing phil-
osophies of the past, they studied and incorpor-
ated changes which resulted in an updated and
expanded curriculum on every level.
ln addition, board members maintained their
open-door policy by holding regularly scheduled
meetings at various schools throughout the city.
The one change of procedures authorized by
the Board and most noticed by teachers and stu-
dents, was the change from a six-week report to
parents to a quarter and mid-quarter system. No
longer were "report cards," handwritten by the
teacher, distributed to the student each six weeks.
Instead, at the close of nine weeks, students re-
ceived a computerized form showing results of
their quarter's work.
School Board Members: Mrs. Catherine Angle, Mr.
Robert Wekesser, Mr. John Prasch, Mr. Robert Magee,
Dr. John Lux, Mr. Edward Copple, Mr. Don Biehn.
Administrators at LN are always anxious to assist
Upon Mr. aylor's shoulders falls the respon-
sibility of maki Ng the hundreds of decisions which
keep a school oving smoothly and harmoniously.
As vice-pr'ncipal, Mr. Dietrich took care of
all problems directly concerning the individual
student, he also had the "pleasurable" job of
planning and lorganizing the many all-school
assemblies andy school gatherings.
As head of the instruction area, Mr. Moore,
assistant principal, had charge of class schedules
and teaching assignments, while Mr. Colerick
fulfilled his area of student service through stu-
dent counseling, accounting and enrolment.
In addition to his regular duties at LN, Mr. Taylor, prin
cipal, keeps an eye on the new cafeteria under construction.
Mr. Dietrich, vice principal, assists Vickie
Shaw in checking a schedule to locate a stu-
dent during a typical Northeast school day.
Assistant Principal Mr. Moore, keeps busy with the many Mr. Colerick works at his many duties as assistant prin-
administrative problems which he encounters during a day. cinal of Northeast: conversing on the telephone is one.
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Efficiency became the keynote of Northeast offices
The combined efforts of the school office
staff kept Northeast "rocketing" forward.
Mrs. Hubka serves as Mr. Toylor's secre-
tary. Mrs. Scheffert has charge of the office
machines and is responsible for all those ditto and
mimeogrophed assignments and tests. Mrs. Ruth-
erford's job as receptionist includes receiving
incoming phone calls while Mrs. Kahm's first
duty each day is the attendance sheet.
l Records in the office are kept by Mrs. Col-
lister, who also takes care of training the office
assistants each year.
Taking dictation is one of the many responsibilities
Mrs. Pavey has the title of Activities and
placed upon Mrs. Hubka as secretary for Mr. Taylor.
Business Office Manager, but she is commonly
known to students os the lady in the Book Room.
Mrs. Witt, school nurse, assumes the tremendous
responsibiliy of caring for illnesses or injuries.
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records of school finance is just one of her jobs
as activities and office business manager at school.
. ln the school offices, Mrs. Rutherford, Mrs.
ter, Mrs. Scheffert lstandingl and Mrs. Kahm lseatedl
offer helpful assistance to all at Northeast High.
School helpers kept Northeast intact for students
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J. Moore, E. Anderson, E. Bolon, K. Gray, G. Walker, V. Norwood.
School custodians, Mr. Layton and Mr. Pine,
discuss the changes in their duties as the
new cafeteria at Northeast nears completion.
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Mrs. Lovelace pauses from checking girls athletic equip-
ment to watch "Leroy" demonstrate school's snowblower.
Every jet that speeds down a run-
way represents hundreds of thousands
of dollars. Every manned or unmanned
flight into space denotes the expendi-
ture of vast sums of money.
Only as individuals realize the
worth of a program are they willing
to underwrite it. When the business
man, the professional man, the gain-
fully-employed individual, the home
maker appreciates the importance and
need of any program, he will do his
part in promoting the enterprise. To
try to conduct such an undertaking
without the support of an informed
public would be futile. Whether it be
a space program at Cape Kennedy, or
a school activity on the plains of Ne-
braska, it becomes the obligation of
the program and its sponsors to show
results worthy of the investment.
Education at Lincoln Northeast
represents a tremendous investment in
dollars and cents. Students, in choos-
ing a trail and following it to finality,
are obliged to show the investors a
profit on their investment. This profit
becomes the contrail of a Rocket.
For all types of yardwork Noraiean Rasmussen and Ruta
Tramdachs know that Lincoln Lawn Service, 2301 No. 50th,
is the best in town. Picture a yard, clean of leaves, with a
freshly trimmed hedge and ready to challenge any house in
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the neighborhood. This is how your lawn could easily look
if you will entrust ir to the Rasmussen's. They offer com-
pletely insured work at moderate prices and can be con-
tacted easily by simply calling 466-2035. Why not try it?
"Oh, that's where the engine is!" says Judy Joiner after
the help of Jim Jones ond Buddy Rolofson. Denny's Cham-
plin, located at l44l North Cotner, know where the en-
gine is and know how to keep it in tip-top condition.
This outstanding picture of Gail Warren, a Northeast Re-
serve cheerleader, is just another example of the work
done by Ramsey's Studio, located at l4O South 48th. Re-
member Ramsey's for "the" best quality of photography.
Mary Barnes and Jayne Novotny and some of their friends,
know that Perky's Pizza 81 Pizzaco Place, located at llth
ond Q, is the ploce to go to get their favorite pizza
or pizzaco. Perky's specializes in eight different piz-
zas. The swinging atmosphere is just the right place
for a friendly get-together. Remember, Perky's Pizzo
St Pizzaco Place have their own delivery service. Call
432-7720 for the best food and fastest service in town.
Dorothy Clinefelter has discovered that at Dietze Music
House she can get all her orchestral supplies. Dietze
also has all the popular records plus instruments for
sale or rent. Stop and see Dietze's at I208 "O" Street.
Jeanie Greeno and JoAnne Townsley shop at Nebraska Book
Store for all their school needs. They have artist sup-
plies, textbooks, and a complete line of those handy pa-
per backs. They're on NU Campus at Il35 'R' Street.
Marie Draver and Vicki Butler of Northeast School
stop in at Gates-Knight Insurance for some from
Bill Grice, Dennis Costin and John Knight of
Insurance, located close by at 4820 Hur Street.
Laura Weber, Linda Keller and Retha Orr stop Congress
Inn for some magnificent food. Remember, Inn
has American and Chinese food, prepared by chefs.
The Congress Inn Restaurant is at I9OI West Street.
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Jeanne Bucy and Bob Frickel know that Young's Plaza Phar-
macy is the convenient and right place to stop Ifor a wide
variety of items, such as school supplies, fi e candies,
and cosmetics. Young's Plaza is at 333 Norh Cotner.
Have you grown just a little tired of being the family
dishwasher? Lori Hiza, Peggy Green, Sue Pickerel, and
Char Dietrich have the one answer. Visit Green Furnace 81
Plumbing Co, lnc., 2747 N. 48th, and prove them correct.
Your hair can look as great as Jan Torell's if you call
Mrs. Ruth Hemmer at Midwest Hairdressing Academy. This
academy is located at ll5 N. l2th. And girls, remember,
too, that ccsmetology is a fast growing and top earning
Marty Hall and Sandy Kriz make Miller's Jewelry, 6l27
Havelock Ave., a regular stopping place. Whether in need
of elegant jewelry or just to browse, there's always a
big choice. Remember: Stop in when you haven't the time.
profession, and if you're interested in it as a career,
this is one of the best schools in the 'state. Call
them soon, at 432-4939, or better yet go in to see them:
a beauty service open to the public at student prices.
The Havelock National Bank at 6145 Havelock, now offers
you, as well as Lincoln Northeast juniors, Jan Layton and
Carolyn Vandahl, CHECKING PLUS. This allows you to
write a check bigger than your balance. lt's a friendly bank
that cares about their customers. You are always assured
of courteous and fast service as well as sound bnd helpful
advice. lf you're thinking about a loan for college tuition,
Havelock National Bank is the place to ga for sbch a loan.
"l could eat five or six of these buckets," says Gary Foster
to Mike Holtgrewe who both really go for chicken in a big
way. For the best chicken, Rich Hubka and Eddie Olson,
as well as Gary and Mike will settle for nothing less than
Colonel Sander's Kentucky Fried Chicken at 48 8. Van Darn
for that tender, crisp taste. So if any of you are hungry for
chicken, just give Kentucky Fried a ring at 489-7l36 for
the best chicken you've ever eaten. Let's try some today.
Beverly Dean and Gale Matthews decorate the front of the
attractive and modern Matthew's Texaco Station. Located
on 48th 81 Leighton in University Place, Matthew's Texaco
specializes in complete and efficient one stop service.
Joyce Sobotta and Sue Smith show two excellent examples
of the work done by Smith Signs at 3240 North 6lst St.
They're trying to tell us about the beautiful signs of
all varieties from Smith's Signs. Just call 466-72l9.
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"We love popcorn!" cry Dave Owen, Mike Mahoney and Ellen
.Isaac as they contentedly walk out of the Topper Popper.
Topper Popper is located at l402 N. Cotner in Bethany.
Remember that address for delicious treats of all kinds!
Jackie Cook and manager Jack Clark both agree that this
stylist from Reece and Sybil is doing a beautiful job on
Pam MarshalI's hair. Located at 230 N. l3th Reece and
Sybil is also known for their courses in Cosmetology.
Becky Catlett is serving as a beautiful example of the
excellent photography at Anderson Studio. Quality photos
at moderate prices is the Anderson Studio slogan. So be
sure and see them at 1056 O St. for your next pictures.
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ring is you'll find it at Zale's Jewelers, 1329 O. Jackie
Prell and Jackie. Markwardt both agree that this is where
they'll find only the best quality of jewelry available.
Does your future hold an office career? A visit to the
Lincoln School of Commerce 8K NBI has informed Jo Borgens
and Yvonne Forney that this is a fine business school.
Any questions? Stop in at 1821 K and see for yourself.
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Delta Thompson looks on as Debbie Detenbeck demonstrates
some of the first-class make-up displayed at the Varsity
Drug, 2700 No. 48th. It you're in the need for school
supplies or prescriptions then Varsity is the place to go.
On a field trip to Arbor Printing, 416 So. 11th Street,
Quill and Scroll members were able to see the process
of printing the school newspaper. They were so pleased
that they recommend it to you for your printing needs.
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Janet Shelton can't wait to start sewing a new outfit
from this lovely material that she has discoverd at
Ten-28 Fabrics, 1028 "O" Street. Your dreams of being
a "cool dresser" can start to become a reality here.
For a snack after a night on the town, or for a great meal,
Shakey's Pizza Parlor, north of O on 48th is the place to go.
Joyce Rudell and Keith Heckman have found Shakey's great
food and atmosphere simply unbeatable. You'Il think so too.
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If your taste buds tell you to get something different follow
Dave Goggins to Clifton's Corn Crib, H50 N 48th. Here
Dave Clifton or one of the other friendly employees is ready
to serve you with the best popcorn and other goodies in town.
When you're looking for a great deal on a new or used car,
make sure to stop at Du Teau Chevrolet, l8th and O. There
you can choose between luxury or sporty cars, such as the
one Debbie, Dean, Evelyn, and Roger have chosen. Gr0Ovy!
For any occasion Jim Herpolsheimer and Donna Upton go to
Tyrrells Flowers located at H33 North Cotner. When you
want corsages, floral arrangements. wall ornaments or center-
pieces Tyfells iS the Place YO 90. Their number is 434-6361.
Janice Torell, Mary Barnes, and Jayne Novotny know that
MerIe's Home Bake Shop, i549 No. Cotner offers fresh home
baking at reasonable prices. Here you'll find Mrs. Speer,
Pam Lewis, Carol Kolb or Kathy Hile ready to serve you.
Thinking right now about a large thick chocolate malt? Why
not go to Stiverson's Dairy Queen located at l44O No. Cot-
ner? Pat Vercellino and Larry Willemsen always stop at
Stlversons for their favorite after-school or midnight treats.
Reed Stephenson and Phil Koch know the place to go to
receive the best buys on heating or air-conditioning is Bryant
Air-Conditioning 81 Heating Co., 6317 Havelock Avenue.
lf you want to enjoy ,the great indoors, buy Bryantll today.
You're in the middle of a scary science fiction show and
what happens but the television goes out. For fast service
call 434-8338 to get Triangle TV, 4900 Dudley St. Go to
Triangle for fine selections of TV's and radios, right now.
Have you been having trouble starting your car? Why not
go to Mealhow Standard Service at 70th and Havelock Ave?
Mary Mealhow, Doug Crabtree, Nancy Magnussen, and
Francis Black Elk, always go there for speedy auto service,
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Kathy Ketterer and Doris Zemke always go to Bethany IGA,
l432 North Cotner for the most economical buys. Bethany
IGA has always been noted for their excellent supply of
meats and produce. For bargains today, always flqgrlk IGA Y
Barb Sabalka, Janet Shelton, and Vicki Sieckmann stop at
Rocky's Cate tor something delicious and refreshing such as
a large cold coke after a hard day at school. Rocky's Cafe
is located close by at 6l i2 Havelock Avenue. Stop today.
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Darrell Gillespie and Mike Wilkins from Northeast High
School are regular customers at Norden's Conoco Service
located at 2244 North Cotner. Norden's Conoco has the
best buy on Premium, Regular and Conotane gas. qnd oil,
Lisa Warren and Mary Gossman always recommend Victory
Cleaners, located at 4317 North 62nd St. for the best
results. Victory Cleaners has had forty-nine years of experi-
ence. Remember - they've a drive-in service too. Handy!
Tom Kulawik and Mike Young go to Elce 81 Son bindery for
the best job in binding. Elce 81 Son specialize in binding
church hymnals, law, medical, and reference library books.
Elce 81 Son's bindery is located at 2626 North 48th Street.
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groceries. Rebela Shipps and Pat Broadston are getting pizzas
and Pepsi for their party. Bill 81 Tony's IGA is easy to find-
they're located at 620i Havelock Avenue. HUFFY On Over!
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Chris Nielsen waits for his turn to have his hair cut as Tom
Wulf and Kurt Nielsen get a trim. The Royal Barber Shop,
located at 62l3 Havelock Avenue, has experienced and
expertly trained barbers to give you the best cut. anywhere,
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Jan Torell, Dean Belka and Jim Herpolsheimer know that
Runza Drive ln, located at 1501 N. 56th, excels in great
tasting, oven baked runzas. Fast and efficient service is
shown by Pat Walton, Marilyn Fiala and Sandy Robare.
Mohawk Cap 81 Gown has the best quality of gowns for all
your graduation needs. Nancy Dean and Bill Biggs agree
and also like their sensible price and friendly service. Call
them at 432-0111 or better yet, stop in at 1125 R today.
Steenson's Conoco has the "hottest tire rolling," with the
power of John Ryan and Sally Steenson. This tidy, well kept
service station is located at 48th and Adams and they are
ready to serve you promptly and courteously. Try them,
Paul's Barber Shop, 6109 Havelock Avenue, is the right
place to go to get that great looking hair cut. Pau1's exper-
ience and superb training can assure you of getting your
hair cut or trimmed precisely the way you- always want it.
Stop in at 11th and M and look over the wide selection of
appliances that can be found at Christensen's. Mike Wilkins
learns what good sounding quality comes from one of their
nifty stereos demonstrated by Mr. Christensen. proprietors
"Let's go in and browse around," says Rick Rieke to Linda
Arnold and Don Hansen. Rick knows that Kaufman Furni-
ture at 27Ol North 48, has Quality Furniture at a price
you can afford. Use Kaufman Furniture
"Since l9l4," Butler's Cleaners at 4725 St. Paul, have
been serving the folks in Lincoln well. Susan Jansing and
Gayle Warren like the City-Wide Pick-up. Choir robes and
band uniforms are always cleaned best at Butler' Cleaners
Sheryl Backencamp and Pat Rinne know that the staff of
professional cosrnetologists at Arleen's Suburban Salon at
2328 No. 48, always offer the latest in Personalized Styling,
with 0 SP9Cl0l Occenf on individualized cutting and shaping.
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of shoes to select from at Carlton Shoes, 6l33 Havelock
Avenue, to make that outfit complete. Nancy Schulenberg
and Linda Frain both agree to look at Carlton's store first.
"I like this one," says Nancy Story to Vince Cornell who
always look at Mr. J's, 6228 Platte for the best in corsages.
Mr. J's always have a wide variety of planters, plants. and
gifts for weddings and proms and all other special occasions.
Roger Tenopir and Jim Herpolsheimer heard that National
Carpets was Nebraska's largest carpet specialty company
so they went to I323 O St. to check it out. Being helped
by Mr. Malcom both boys agree that seeing is believing!
Look complicated? Well, it probably is, but Mark Gordon
has complete confidence in the experienced employees at
Gordon 84 Morgan. At their two Lincoln shops they boast
expertness in manufacturing, engineering, and designing.
Barry Munyon and Bob Kraft take advantage of one of the
several model offices at Exons lnc. What's Bob telling
Barry? He's telling him that Exons Inc. at 23 84 O has the
best lines, designs, and prices in office furniture anywhere!
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Golden Barber Shop, located at 6100 Havelock Avenue is
proud of the fact that they've been serving Northeast Lin-
coln for 4l years! Tom Doughty and Rick Couch say you
can't beat them for friendly service and a good haircut.
Mr.Copple proudly presents the vault at The Commonwealth
Company to Debbie Hahn and Cheryl Upton. He's con-
vincing these two girls that there is plenty of money for
all for any worthwhile purpose. Where? At l26 No. llth St!
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Short Typesetting Company, as he demonstates methods
used on the job. Short Typesetting Co., known for speed,
quality, and economy is easily found at 2322 O Street.
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Candy Holmes and Rick Keane are stocking up on some of
the delicious food that they know will be only the best
because they're shopping at Holmes Grocery and Market.
The location of this friendly store is 2600 North 48th.
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Mr. Gould is showing his son Gene and Pam Shonerd a few
examples of the expert cupboards Gould Industries puts
out. This business, located at l375 South 33rd is great
at making beautiful cabinets for every room of the house.
Greg Sullivan beams as he is preparing to get another
strike at Northeast Lanes, 45l5 North 56th. But Glen
Muehlhausen and Doug Landstrom aren't worried-they're
sure this is the perfect place for truly great competition.
Townsend Studio, located at 226 South llth, congratulates
the members of the Senior Class and the Student Council
upon their work this year. First semester president of the
Council was Linda Gage who served most efficiently.
Sam Knight has his father, George, explain the great
new BankAmericard to his cousins, Barb and Scott. This
card gives the holder instant identification and credit
to over one hundred Lincoln businesses. There is no fee
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Sittner know that Hinky Dinky, 59th and Adams, is the
place to shop. Hinky Dinky offers a terrific assortment
of fresh meat, and is stocked so as to fulfill all of
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for this service and if your card is lost or stolen it
can be replaced. Along with the BankAmericard, Citizens
State Bank, located at 2500 North 48th, gives you fast
and courteous service on any type of account or loan.
your families needs. Hinky Dinky offers employment to
many eager Northeast students, such as Shiela Gross and
Mike Hamilton, who have found that the total savings
program is the best way to buy food products for less.
Wondering where to take your date that's alot of fun yet
inexpensive? Why not try Snooker Bowl? At Snooker Bowl
located at 47th and Dudley Street, you can bowl, minia-
ture golf, or shoot billiards-all under one roof. Jim
Madsen, Janet Cejka, and Karen Kleeb are shown here en-
joying Snooker's fine bowling facilities. If you want
to rent a large place for a party-why not try Snooker?
Snooker means fun. Open daily--lO a.m. to midnight.
Panel discussions, dramatic presentations, vocal selec- you'll have it for future reference. Judi Couch, Jane
tions, cuttings from plays, speeches-these are only a Rumpeltes, Donna Upton, and Jerry Campbell record a typ-
few of the materials that Roto Records can preserve for ical school production which they may replay as often as
you. Have your discussion or your dialogue taped-then they wish. Remember Williams Recording, 2650 No. 48th.
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Cindy Fisk and Nancy Magnussen from Northeast High talk
with the manager of Safeway about the savings you can
get if you shop during their 42nd anniversary sale. The
Safeway grocery store is located at 6235 Havelock Ave.
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If you're looking for a good place to take your car, take
the advice of Doug Grove, and he'll tell you, Ed's Mobil
Service Station is the place to go. Ed's Mobil Service
is at a convenient location, at 5600 Holdrege Street.
It you want money and time saved, and looking for good
service on your plumbing and heating, ask Cheryl Sipp
and Kathy Sipp and they'll tell you about Biggerstaff
Plumbing 81 Heating, which is located at 7120 Logan St.
Want to own the finest home? You really could - if you
only would - buy all your wood - from Paul C. Hood! Bob
Hahn, who is getting ready to load a truck with building
materials, points out Hood's address - 2141 North Cotner.
People with plans bank at the First National Bank as do
Laurie Novak, Marcia Eley, and Nancy Herpolsheimer. For all
your banking needs, such as deposits, loans, or checking
accounts, visit the Full Service Bank on l2th and N. St.
Goodwin Cycles, located at ll6 So. l6th St., is Nebraska's
Finest Cycle Center, featuring Bridgestone, Kawasaki,
and Royal Enfield. Mike Goodwin knows he can get a good
deal from his dad and so can you by just stopping in.
You can't beat fun! Join your friends for a gay after- develop their co-ordination, lt also gives them an oppor-
noon or evening at Cool Crest Triple Links Golf Course. tunity to outdo one another and provides an atmosphere
This game offers clean, wholesome amusement, while it of beauty, music, and fun. Located at 220 N. 48th St.,
helps Nancy Henninger, Cindy Swanson and Jim Haynes to it's obvious this is the place to enjoy your leisure.
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The Arena Roller Skating Center at 300 North 48, offers
the best in skating music and the finest skating floor.
Debby Price, Chuck Stueben and Terry Donner always call
466-9940 for their party arrangements. Skating is fun.
You'Il like the fast, courteous service at Arthur Owens
134 So. 13, in the Federal Security Building. This fine
portrait of Lincoln Northeast junior Lori Hiza is just
one of the many examples of their work. Call 432-6272.
Judy McGlinn, maiden in distress needs a knight in
shiny armor to save her from the villain, Nann Greb and
her buzz saw. Saws, lumber, and building supplies are
specialties of Meek Lumber Company at 2441 North 48th.
Linda Hohensee and Becky Fischer always save Community
Blue Stamps. They know stamps of Blue buy more for You.
The Community Saving Stamp Co., 238 North 13, gives and
redeems. They are a member of Lincoln Park 8. Shop Assn.
Dan Roland Photography, 2945 O St. always offer pictures
that please you. Linda Markwardt and Polly O'NeilI know
that satisfaction is always guaranteed. Weddings are G
specialty, beautifully done in color or black and white.
"Eeny meeny miney mo!" Dick Wible, computer programmer
at the National Bank of Commerce, jokingly shows Janice,
Virginia, Pam, and Steve one ot many ways this computer
helps the people at l3th and O run an efficient service.
Mike Holtgrewe, Gary Foster, Rich Hubka, and Ed Olson,
seem happy with the information that the representative
from Midwest Life Insurance is telling them. If you want
to hear the good news in insurance visit 500 S. l6th St!
Marty Hall brings a long row of friends to Hub Hall Real
Estate Insurance on lll Piazza Terrace. She wants them
all to know about the complete real estate service they
can find there. Vicki Zessin, Mary Weber, and Margaret
Burkhardt study the Hub Hall sign while Cathy Cramer is
already thoroughly convinced that this is the place to
go for appraisals, insurance, and custom construction.
Why don't you come and check out Hub Hall Real Estate?
For superb entertainment the Joyo Theater is located at "A penny saved," quotes Northeast Senior Nancy Wheatley,
6102 Havelock. Sylvia Cook, Willa Cook, Sheryl Owen,
Sharon Toohey, and Cathy Carlson explain that the Joyo
provides yummy refreshments besides top-ranking movies.
"is a penny earning more pennies and more pennies for
me at the friendly office of Union Loan 81 Saving Assoc-
iation, iocated at either 209 South l3th or 5500 'O'."
"Mr, Ben" is supervising over Linda White, Joyce Rudell
and Cheryl Westcott as they admire their new hair-do's
created by his students. Ben Your Hairdresser is the
place for women who care to look their very best. Ben's
is not only a beauty salon-it's also a beauty school.
So if you're interested, stop in at 304 South llth and
you'll see that this is an excellent school to fulfill
your hope of becoming a beautician. Call Ben's, 432-l7l7l
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Have a house to sell? Want to buy one? Need one managed?
Or just want to rent one? Whatever your question may be,
stop and visit, as Donna Upton has done, with the friendly
folks at Nebraska Real Estate Corporation, 5500 Holdrege.
Fill your tank at Fleetwing's Conoco Station, 5745 "O"
St., with the "hottest brand going." And while you're
there, don't forget to grease up with their super motor
oil as Tim Branaman and Jeff Jobes do whenever needed.
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For that after-game refresher, stop in at Taco Joe's
located on 27th and W St., as Vicki Zessin, Mary Weber,
Margaret Burkhardt, Cathy Cramer, and Marsha Hall do.
To take the order is Mr. Dittoe, former Rocket student.
Vicki Wilson looks on as Linda Weber receives the latest
styling tips. For that extra touch of loveliness, visit
Mary's Bethany Terrace Salon, i326 N. 66th, where there
is complete beauty care besides wig and wiglet service.
"Fe-Fi-Fo-Fum, all these foods stir my tum!" Vicki and
Sue can't decide between a delicious dinner or a tasty
sandwich. The Patio Restaurant, 48th and Fremont, has in-
side-outside service plus convenient carry out orders.
Nancy and Bev Dean are admiring the beautiful selection
of cars displayed at Dean Brothers. Make it a point to
go by this place, located at l835 West "O", and see the
rows of clean used cars as well as the new 1969 models.
Ted's A 81 W Drive-ln, located at 941 North 48th, is a
favorite stop for all Northeast students. Here Ivan
Broman and Steve Morgan are enjoying a refresher ser-
ved by Debbie Hoyt. Manager Ted is a former LN Rocket.
Wondering what to have for breakfast or snack time? Try
G 81 S Donut Shop, 832 No. 27th, for a large selection.
David Sherry, Dick Hanneman, Steve Birdwell, Glen Dens-
berger, and Dale Hageman know G 8. S Shop is the best:
For the best buys in lumber, hardware, millwork, and
also paint, Landy Clark Co., located at 60th and Platte is
the place to go. Tim Rivett and Jeff Riebe always go
to Landy Clark's to get the best dollar value in town.
Robbie Rogers, Tim Branaman, and Jeff Jobes stop at
London Aquarium, located at 6840 Havelock Avenue, to
purchase more fish for their collection. They are
fascinated by this ferocious but fascinating pirqinha.
Dennis Garrison and Randy Flanders know that whenever
their cars have aches, pains, or just need nutrition,
Barry's Standard, 2542 No, 48th is where to go. Here
your car will receive the best doctoring at low prices.
Garner Tool 81 Die, located near by at 5724 Seward Street
is noted for precision in the tools-dies and plastic
molds. Gomer Tool 81 Die has a lot of special machines
for both engineering service and punch press service.
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Brooks Window Suppliers, located at 1517 North Cotner,
is always ready to help customers like Larry Meier, in
their selection of fine quality materials. Brooks also
offers free estimates on all of their aluminum awnings.
Laurie Smith, a junior at Lincoln Northeast, knows that
Edholm and Blomgren, located at 318 South 12th, is the
place to go in Lincoln for fine quality work at moderate
prices. Appointments can be made by calling 432-6686.
With the help of such friendly employees as Mrs. Esther
Claussen, Christina Williams and Martin Weihing discover
Havelock Pharmacy, located at 6136 Havelock Avenue, to
be one of the finest multi-service stores in all Lincoln.
Sociable students sauntering Swiss-ward see smiling,
snappy servers scooping Swiss specialties - sodas, sun-
daes, spuds, Swisswiches, Swiss 'n sticks. So, students
Scurry, scoot, 'n sip 'n slurp some soothing Swiss sweets.
For complete portrait and commercial photography visit
Ken Schmieding of Hamilton's on the corner of l4th and
P St. or call 432-2426 for an appointment. lt's easy to
detect their fine quality in this portrait of Jim Bone.
This well-known sign belongs to the Q. P. store, located
at 1554 N. 48th. lt's an amazing store because you can
get anything you need at lowest prices. There's such a
variety of items it's fun to stop in and browse around.
A familiar face and a familiar place - that's Mr. McCart-
ney at his Auto Service in Bethany. He and Mr. Coleman
give Barry Stutzman and Mike Wilber some good advice as
Donna and Mona await a ride in Barry's old Model T.
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Need some paint or varnish? Or a tool, or a gift, or a
toy - or even sporting goods? Perhaps it's grass seed or
lawn supplies. The friendly helpers at Bethany Supply,
2l4l North Cotner, will take care of your every need.
Wanna' know where to go for all famous brands of furni- Dear me, Iet's see -- shall I buy a lot, or build a home,
ture, carpeting, appliances, color TV, or stereo? The or remodel a home, or just check my insurance? Whatever
answer to your question is Wanek's, located at the east Jeanie's problem is, Scand, lnc. can solve it for her.
edge of Crete, They are open Sundays and evenings too. This is their business, they are at 2109 North Cotner St.
We wish to express our appreciation to the
businesses who have advertised in this 1969
ROCKET. Each of them is a loyal Northeast
booster. Without their support Lincoln North-
east could not carry on its 'many projects and
activities - a school can be successful only
when it has the backing of parents and commu-
nity. We are grateful for this backing.
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Before a game, after a game, or just for a re-
freshing snack, Northeast Rockets head for a
King's Food Host USA. One of their favorite
locations is at 66th and Cotner. Here you will
find groups of students relaxing over a Pepsi,
or enjoying one of those fabulous "hamburgers
with fries." After meeting a strenuous news-
paper deadline, Cecelia Slechta, Nann Greb,
Bette Free, Polly O'Neill and Nancy Wheatley
stop for a malt. Here they find Jim Herpol-
sheimer, Vicky Ramos, Dean Belka, and Debbie
Lichty enjoying several of King's specialties.
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Barnett, Robert 129
Adams, Cheryl 144
, Elisa 112
, Richard lRandy1
Adams, Thomas 64, 92,
Aguilar, Christina 112
Ahlman, Gregory 128
Ahlstedt, James 1 12
Ahrens, Connie 30, 144
Ahrens, Judy Lynn 112
Aksamit, Ricky 177
Alber, Ronald 102, 141
Albers, Wesley 112
Albert, Judith 35, 48, 61,
Alberts, Larry Russell 64,
Alex, Rebecca 112
Allen, Charles 144
Allen, Kathryn 112
Allen, Susan 127
Allen, Wesley 112
ALL-SCHOOL PLAYS 66, 67
ALL-SPORTS ROYALTY 76
Anderson, Jean 127
Anderson, Gordon 1 12
Anderson, Linda 128
Anderson, Norman 144
Anderson, Richard 59, 60,
Anderson, Ronald 28, 29,
92, 106, 112
Anderson, Steve 60, 144'
Andreas, Pamela 1 12
Andreesen, Bradley 177
Androvitch, Nicholas 152,
Anson, Donna Lee 35, 128
Argello, Michael 84, 87, 128
Armanovs, Marija 128
Armintrout, James 128
Arnett, Mary 112
Arnold, Linda 50, 112, 207
Arnold, Shirley 49, 1 12
ART CLUB 40
Atwood, Raymond 46, 128
Avey, Steven 92, 128
Aylward, Kathleen 71, 177
Bach, Timothy 1 12
Backencamp, Sheryl 30, 44,
Baer, Steven 128
Bailey, Connie 112
Bailey, Steven 141
Baker, Charles 144
Baker, Pat 70
Baldwin, Charles 127
John 106, 144
Peggy 48, 52, 112
:Thomas 93, 112
Ballard, Steven 128
Barker, James 39, 82, 105,
Barkley, Robert 145
Barnes, Harold 127
Barnes, Mary 30, 50, 55,
Barnett, Jerry 93, 100, 112,
Barnhill, Janet 112
Barnhill, Peggy 35, 58, 129
Barthule, David 145
Barthuly, Georgia 49, 112
Bartlett, Anne 129
Bartlett, Linda 1 12
Bartlett, Terri 1 12
Basler, Catherine Elaine 129
Basler, Kathy 141
Bates, Sheila 44, 112
Bauer, Pam 141
Bauers, Aloris 35, 129
Bauers, Dennis 1 12
Bauers, Susan 129
Baumfalk, Melvin 177
Bauman, Debra 129
Beaman, Keith 1 12
Beaver, Robert 39, 84, 85,
Beck, William 82, 92, 129
Becker, Gary 145
Becker, Kathleen 129
Beeson, Debra 145
Behrens, Allen 145
Behrens, Peggy 112
Beisner, Don 112
Belka, Dean 55, 65, 129,
Bell, Jeffery 93, 106,, 113
Belz, Sandra 30, 145
Benash, Joyce 35, 129
Bennet, John 64, 145
Bennett, Kristine 30, 50, 60,
62, 63, 64, 147, 179
Benton, Linda 30, 50, 51,
Beran, Steven 129
Berger, Kim 1 13
Bergfeld, Randy 129
Bergman, Sandra 129
Bergstraesser, Michael 42,
Bergt, Beverly 30, 33, 63,
64, 147, 179
Berogan, Eugene 177
Berry, Jacqueline 35, 58,
Berry, Patricia 113
Bescheinen, Deborah 113
Bettinger, Acie Lee 130
Bettinger, Mary 58, 130
Bickford, Brenda 35, 45,
Bickford, Derald 93, 106,
Biffle, Steven 62, 64, 130
Biggerstaff, Dennis 93, 113
Biggerstaff, Douglas 64, 65,
Biggs, James 93, 100, 113
Biggs, William 28, 29, 60,
77, 80, 81, 84, 91, 94,
Bigley, Lyle 64, 130
Bilbo, Bradley 113
Bilbo, Janece 127
Bills, John 110,113
Bird, Larry 105, 130
Birdwell, Shara 30, 60, 66,
69, 147, 179
Birdwell, Steven 64, 130
BlackElk, Francis 105, 130,
BlackElk, Marilyn 127
BlackElk, Marva 141
Bliss, Johnnie 130
Bloch, Daniel 113
Bloch, Kathleen 30, 60,
Blumer, John 104, 113
Blumer, Paula 30, 36, 60,
75, 147, 179
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Boettcher, David 113
Bohmont, Patricia 130
Boiler, Avis 30, 60, 147
Bomberger, Michael 93, 113
Bone, James 147, 220
Bonneau, Jody 49,5O, 65,
Bonsack, Charles 28, 130
Bontrager, Lana 30, 177
Bontrager, Sharon 127
Borgens, Jo 30, 33, 44, 50,
53, 54, 147, 179,, 202
Bosteder, Barbara 35, 58,
Bosteder, Cheryl 1 13
Botts, Jeffery 130
Bouges, Connie Mae 177
Bowen, Sandra 127
Bowers, Richard 141
Boyte, Russ 59, 60, 130
Braasch, Richard 64, 130
Brady, Patricia 30, 147
Brakhage, Gary 130
Brakhage, Linda 64, 65, 71,
Brammer, Karen 69, 113
Branaman, Timothy 130,
Brehm, Anthony 66, 141
Brehm, Laurie 66, 147, 179
Brehm, Patricia 130
Brehm, Rick 147
Brethouwer, Dennis 1 13
Brethouwer, Kenneth 141
Brick, Alan 130
Brinkman, Patricia 1 13
Broadston, Patricia 1 12,
1 13, 205
Brockman, Leland 28, 39,
60, 84, 89, 90, 147, 171
Broman, Ivan 59, 130, 218
Brooks, Douglas 51, 147
Brooks, Michael 130
Brotzman, Cynthia 40, 1 13
Brown, Alan 141
Brown, Carol 64, 1 13
Brown, Cheryl 1 13
Brown, Linda 35, 130
Brown, Michael 41, 64, 127
Brown, Pamela 46, 113
Brown, Peggy 130, 139
Brown, Ray 141
Brown, Robert 102, 103,
Brown, Shannon 44, 1 13
Buck, Keith 39, 43, 82,
Buckland, Patricia 30, 147
Bucy, Jeanne 30, 54, 148,
Budt, Alan 177
Budt, Joyce 35, 58, 130
Buell, Andrea 113
Buls, Nancy 35, 130
Bunn, Pamela 28, 29, 35,
50, 58, 60, 130
Buntemeyer, Bonnie 30, 61,
Buntemeyer, Larry 59, 130
Burchardt, Vera 35, 50, 51,
63, 64, 130
Burchess, Edward 177
Burkhardt, Margaret 28, 30,
60,148, 164,179, 214,
Burling, Dennis 63, 71, 74,
Burnett, Leaford 113
Burnham, Pamela 113
Bush, Franklin 60, 84, 91,
Bussear, Susan 50, 70, 114
Butler, Harald 93, 1 14
Butler, Vicki 30, 148, 179,
Butt, Debra 1 14
Butts, Sandra 148
Butterfielfd, Steven 1 14
Byler, Jay Michael 106, 114
Byleen, Mary 30, 44, 148,
Codes, Richard 80, 81, 84,
89, 109, 148
Cadwallader, Judith 48, 114
Cadwallader, Steven 148
CAFETERIA STASF 193
Cahill, Patricia 114
Campbell, Jerry 28, 130,
Campbell, Pamela 114
Cameron, Phyllis 30, 149,
Campbell, Kenneth 149
Campbell, Timothy 130
Capps, Robey Scott 149
Cardwell, Thomas 1 14
Carlson, Jeannette 64, 1 14
Carlson, Michael 39, 42,
80, 94, 130
Carlson, Patricia 40, 114
Carlson, Susan 35, 44, 59,
Carr, Larry 149
Carstens, Debra 44, 1 14
Carter, Terry 130
Casady, Richard 177
Casady, Thomas 46, 83, 114
Catlett, Rebecca 29, 35,, 44,
58, 130, 201
Caughey, Ron 127
Cejka, Janet 35, 52, 58,
Chaffee, Kathleen 149, 179
Chamberlain, Harlan 102,
Chappell, Patricia 114
Chappell, Rachel 35, 48,
Chase, John 83, 114
Chase, Sharon 30, 149
CHEERLEADERS 36, 37
CHESS CLUB 41
Cheney, Craig 114
Chisholm, Diana 1 14
Christopher, Glena 149
Chriswisser, Peggy 149
Clapper, Daniel 59, 92, 130
Clark, Linda 30, 71, 149
Clements, Mary 177
Clifton, David 149, 203
Cline, Gary 40, 130
Cline, Richard 149
Clinefelter, Barbara 46, 1 14
Clinefelter, Dorothy 65, 149,
Clough, Gary 40, 58, 114
Clough, Jeanne 150
Clover, Edward 141
Coatman, Pamela 64, 1 14
Coats, Kathleen 1 14
Cole, Delayne 42, 114
Cole, Jolene 150
Cole, Ricky tCharles1 141
Cole, Richard lDale1 141
Cole, Susan 1 14
Coleman, Alice 60, 67, 69,
Coleman, John 64, 150
Collins, Douglas 177
Collins, Susan 28, 114
Collister, Richard Paul 65,
Connick, Steven 1 14
Connick, Susan 114
Connolly, Michael 64, 150
Conover, Shannon 1 14
Cook, Daniel 75, 81, 84,
86, 94, 98, 150
Cook, Jacqueline 30, 150,
Cook, Martin 130
Cook, Sylvia 130, 216
Cook, Willa 150, 216
Cookson, Alva 60, 150
Coolen, Rita 114
Coon, Thomas 127
Corder, Dick 1 15
Cordray lBruner1, Janet 64,
Cordray tBruner1, John 127
Cornell, Lee Vincent 68,
Corning, James 64, 106,
Cotner, Michael 1 15
Couch, Judith 30, 37, 150,
Couch, Richard 109, 115,
Cover, Steven 1 15
Covert, Thomas 59, 130
Cox, Randy 1 15
Coy, Victoria 127
Crabtree, Douglas 64, 150,
Craig, Stanley 130
Cramer, Catherine 30, 60,
150, 214, 215
Cramer, Linda 150
Crear, Janet 115
Crear, Michael 102, 130
Creel, Diane 130
Cromer, Steven 64, 70, 130
Cronk, Deborah 35, 130
Crook, Barbara 115
Crosier, Susan 131
Crounse, Virginia 35, 58,
Cruickshank, Jarnes 115
Crumb, Robert 150
Crumb, William 115
Crump, Sally 131
Cruthers, Deborah 150
Cruthers, Michale 1 15
Cuba, Linda 115
Culver, Gary 131
Cummins, Paul 150
Cunningham, Dean, Jr. 41,
Curtiss, John 39, 46, 64,
Daharsh, Jon 115
Dahl, David 39, 107, 151
Dake, Karen 30, 60, 62,
Dake, Larry 115
Damkroger, Maurice 28, 80,
81, 84, 87, 89, 94, 95,
96, 97, 99, 131
Dana, Jeanette 115
Danek, Terry 93, 109, 115
Danley, Bruce 92, 131
Danley, Kathy 177
Danner, Teresa 35, 48,
Darr, Alan 51, 64, 104,
Darr, Janene 131
Davidson, Barbara 30, 151
Davidson, Jeanne 1 15
Davis, Jeanne 35, 131
Dawson, Lawrence 131
Dean, Beverly 112, 115,
Dean, Nancy 28, 29, 30,
37, 50, 60, 77, 148,
151, 206, 218
Dean, Randall 41, 64, 115
Dean, Robert 80, 151
Dean, Rockford 92, 141
Deeds, Richard 47, 64, 67,
69, 151, 179
DeFreece, Dianne 1 15
Dell, Barbara 67, 69, 151,
Dennis, Marcia 151
Densberger, Glen 67, 131,
Detenbeck, Deborah 30,
Detmer, Tom 1 15
Diaz, Fernando 115
Diaz, George 115
Dickinson, Norma 141
Diehl, Jack 115
Diekhoff, George 41, 64,
Dietrich, Charlene 35, 40,
65, 131, 199
Dietz, Susan 1 15
Dinges, Donna 30, 151
Dinges, Steven 141
Dinsmore, Marvin 1 15
Dittenber, Richard 115
Dixon, Valerie 30, 49, 60,
Dolan, Shirley Jean 30, 32,
Dooling, Charles 115
Dorenbach, Joan 115
Doughty, Susan 35, 131,
Doughty, Thomas 1 15, 208
Dorenbach, Mary 151
Dow, Douglas 1 15
Drabant, Michael 46, 131
Drabant, Rebecca 46, 1 15
Dragosh, Vicki 131
Drapal, Richard 131
Draper, Randall 81, 102,
103, 108, 177
Draver, Maureen 151, 198
Drewell, Marilyn 115
Dring, Steven 115, 215
Dudek, Adolph 1 15
Dugdale, Cindy 115
Dunbar, Patty 30, 151
Dunn, David 177
Durham, Terri 30, 151
Durst, Dale 131
Ebben, Terry 131
Ebke, Glenda 152
Edelmaier, Richard 152
Edgar, Karen 177
Edmiston, Jay 127
Edwards, Susan 35, 44, 48,
Ehlers, Gary 59, 141
Ehrlich, Albert 1 15
Eisel, Deborah 115
Eisenbarth, Paul 152
Eisenman, Arthur 131
Eisenman, Martin 152
Eisert, Marvin 153, 177
Eldenborg, Kathy 30, 152
Eley, Marcia 29, 115, 213
Eley, Michael 152'
Elliott, James 115
Elliott, Laura 30, 63, 64,
Elliott, Peggy 30, 70, 152
Ellis, Gerald 131
Ellis, Sharon 30, 68, 70,
Els, Deborah 30, 153, 179
Els, John 83, 131
Elsasser, Arlie 93, 106, 115
Emery, Douglas 39, 60, 62,
82, 105, 153
Emery, Joyce 49, 1 15
Emry, Randy 115
Endorf, Janet 1 15
Eppens, Delora 58, 132
Erickson, Barbara 127
Erickson, David 153
Erickson, Kenneth 153
Esquivel, Johnny 92, 132
Essman, Sandra 35, 44, 49,
Essman, Steven 153
Estle, Marvin 115
Ethridge, Dale 177
Evans, Sheila 44, 65, 1 15
Everson, Douglas 1 15
Ewing, June 30, 153, 179
Fager, Jane 132
Faimon, Donna 30, 153
Faimon, Kathleen 115
Farley, Denise 35, 141
Farley, Ronnie Ray 141
Farr, Cathy 35, 132
Fauth, Steve 1 15
Fazel, Jil 115
Feldman, Richard 64, 115
Ferguson, David 132
Ferguson, Dianne 44, 65,
Fiala, Marilyn 153, 206
Fielder, Steven 1 15
Fish, Quintin 153
Fischer, John 41,, 107, 132
Fischer, Rebecca 44, 1 15,
Fisher, Jack 153
Fisher, Jeffery 1 15
Fisk, Cynthia 30, 153, 212
Flanders, Randall 153, 219
Flemmig, Bradley 115
Fletcher, Cynthia 28, 30,
32, 61, 62, 76, 148, 154
Flock, Annette 35, 132
Folsom, Nancy 1 15
Foreman, Carol 1 15
Forney, Yvonne 54, 66, 69,
Fossler, Orvia 1 15
Foster, Gary 53, 54, 94, 99,
154, 200, 215
Fowler, Cheryl 35, 132
Fox, Jefferson 47, 69, 154,
Fox, Margaret 1 15
Frain, Linda 35, 44, 58,
Frakes, Linda 30, 154
Francis, David 115
Francis, Timothy 127
Frank, Leonard Terry 44,
Franson, Kenneth 127
Franson, Michael 132
Frasier, Paul 154
Free, Bette 52, 57, 64, 154
Free, Wayne 132
French, Lindsay 154
French, Thomas 107., 154
Frerking, Helen 141
Frickel, Robert 28, 39, 82,
Fritts, Lois 58, 132
Frye, Katherine 141
Funk, Frank 132
Furrer, James 54, 66, 67,
Fye, Barbara 30, 63, 64,
GAA 48, 49
Gabelhouse, Janet 30, 44,
Gage, Cheryl 34, 35, 132
Gage, Linda 28, 29, 30, 37,
75, 148, 154, 209
Gammel, Robert 132
Garbers, Dennis 59, 132
Gardner, Teresa 177
Garl, Gregory 104, 154
Garrison, Dennis 154, 219
Garrison, Yvonne 1 15
Gaston, Debra 30, 45, 70,
154, 179 H
Gedwillo, Thomas 141
Genthe, Ricky 28, 93, 110,
Gergens, Deborah 35, 132
Gerlach, Gary 1 16
Gettemy, Lynn 154, 165
Gettman, Jane 30, 177
Gibson, John 177
Giebelhaus, Deborah 132
Giebelhaus, Nancy 116
Gies, Susan 44, 65, 132
Gillespie, Darrell 82, 109,
Gillispie, Lynn 116
Gillette, Timothy 155, 179
Gilliam, Donnalea 177
Glaser, Cathy 35, 48, 132,
Glaser, Rodney 109, 116
Gochnour, Ricky 39, 43,
82, 105,, 132
Goeschel, Diana 64, 132
Goggins, David 83, 177,
Goodwin, Michael 64, 65,
71, 132, 213
Gordon, Marilyn 155
Gordon, Mark 46, 116, 208
Gordon, Sharron 1 16
Gossard, Janice 35, 132
Gossard, Steven 155
Gossman, Leslie 132
Gossman, Mary 19, 65, 155,
Gothier, Michael 116
Gould, Eugene 39, 82, 84,
85, 87, 155, 209
Grace, Edward 39, 80, 94,
Grady, Patricia 155
Graesser, Louise 116
Graf, Paul 93, 116
Graul, Lonnie 39, 62, 84,
91, 129, 133
Graven, Ardelle 35, 44, 58,
Graybill, Jolean 116
Graybill, Vicky 177
Greb, Nanette 30, 57, 155,
Green, Gary 177
Green, James 83, 116
Green, Peggy 133, 199
Greeno, Jean 28, 30, 36,
55, 75, 155, 179, 198,
Greeno, Ronald 82, 105,
1 10, 1 16
Greer, Richard 104, 116
Greever, Brent 116
Gregg, Kathy 28, 29, 30,
37, 148, 149, 179, 155
Greuter, Linda 30, 155
Grice, Linda 44, 116
Griepenstroh, LaVerne 155
Griffin, Connie 30, 44, 155
Griffin, Margaret 155
Gritz, Gloria 133
Groat, Pamela 35, 69, 133
Gross, Sheila 60, 155, 179
Grove, Douglas 155, 212
Gruett, Jon 43, 60, 64, 133
Guajardo, Marcial 127
Gunn, Toni 116
Haar, Constance 30, 68,
Haas, Norman 1 16
Haas, Sheryl 1 16
Haas, William 93, 116
Hackbarth, Robert 155
Hackman, Hollis 65, 93,
Hadley, Michael 1 16
Hageman, Dale 107, 155,
Hageman, Karen 116
Hahn, Deborah 116, 208
Hahn, Robert 42, 133, 212
Hall, Blair 64, 104, 116
Hall, Catharine 116
Hall, Jeffrey 127
Hall, John 141
mic 30, 48, 60,
164, 179, 199,
chard 92, 106, 133
Hall, Vickie 30, 156
Hamby, Robert 156
Hamilton, Michael 102,
Hamilton, Richard 116
Hamilton, Randy 156
Becky 1 16
Hanneman, Richard 59, 68,
, Billy 141
, Diane 133
, Jan 30, 156
, Janice 44, 116
, Patricia 156
, Brenda 116
Donald 116 207
1-iofdf, amy 59, 133'
Harrington, Martha 1 17
Diane 70, 127
Roddy 156, 179
Steven 93, 117
n, John 59, 117
Harrold, Sue 127
Hart, Jack 82, 84, 89, 141
Hart, Patricia 177, 179
Hartman, Rodney 42, 47,
Hartshorn, Karen 30, 156
Hartshorn, Terry 133
Hatfield, David 141
Hawkins, Evelyn 35, 133,
,James 117, 213
Hays, Shirley 127
Hegener, Cheryl 117
Hegener, Steven 156
Heacock, David 133
Heffelfinger, Deborah 35,
58, 133, 203
Heiserman, Byron Carl 177
Heller, Larry 156
Helm, Wanitta 133
Helmick, Ronald 177
Helmkamp, Donald 117
Henkel, Lynn 52, 133
Henline, Alice 19, 30, 51,
60, 65, 156, 179
Hennessey, Lavonne 48, 1 17
Henninger, Nancy 30, 60,
69, 158, 213
Henninger, Sally 35, 133
Henriksen, Linda 117
Henrikson, Shirley 133
, Sharol 117
Hergert, Janis 133
Herman, Patricia 40, 133
Hermann, Marilyn 117
Herpolsheimer, James 29,
133, 203, 206, 208, 222
Herpolsheimer, Nancy 117
Herstein, John 41, 133
Hertzel, James 93, 110, 117
Heying, David 117
Hiatt, Darla 117
Hibbert, Lhonda 1 17
Hicks, Elizabeth Janet 117
Hielen, Diane 133
Hildebrand, Carol 30, 70,
Hildebrand, Michael 105,
Hile, David 93, 117
Hile, Kathy 30, 50, 158,
Hill, David 100, 133
Hill, Glen 117
Hill, Harold 28, 39, 77,
82, 94, 99, 158
Hill, Richard 105, 133
Hill, Ruth 30, 158
Hill, Tyson 93, 117
Hipple, Kenneth 28, 93, 1 17
Hitch, Benjamin 158
Hitch, James 59, 141
Hitz, Kathleen 30, 158, 179
Hiza, Lorraine 35, 133,
Hladik, Larry 39, 84, 86,
Hladik, Yvonne 127
Hoage, Lane 133
Hoffman, Cynthia 35, 58,
Hofker, Gary 1 18
Hohensee, Linda 30, 46,
1 18, 214
Hohensee, Loretta 30, 158
Holland, Robert 158
Hollers, Christine 127
Hollers, Stephen 59, 62,
Holmes, Candace 58, 133,
Holtgrewe, Michael 28, 29
39, 53, 54, 74, 83, 84,
89, 159, 179, 200, 215
Hood, Steven 133
Horner, David 118
Horner, George 102, 1 18
Horns, Connie 159
Hornung, Kathleen 30, 159
Hornung, Larry 64, 133
Hosek, Douglas 127
Hosek, Karen 30, 32, 159
Hotovy, Jacob Mike 101,
Hovey, Deborah 30, 159
Howard, Barbara 127
Hough, Rebecca 1 18
Hoyt, Deborah 30, 50, 70,
Hoyt, Mike 159
Hubka, Richard 29, 38, 39,
54, 75, 80, 81, 84, 87,
109, 149, 159, 200,
ki, Mary 35, 58,
, Anita 35, 58, 133
Hughes, Elizabeth 35, 133
Hughes, James 42, 159
Hughes, Ruth 30, 159
Hughes, Suzanne 30, 69,
Hughes, Yvonne 70, 159
Humer, Katharine 118
Hunt, Linda 49, 118
Husbands, James 64, 159
Husske, Douglas 118
Husske, Denise 127
Huston, Barbara 30, 159
Huston, Lyle 133
Huston, Russell 141
Hutchins, Mark 82, 105,
Hutchinson, Stephen 1 18
Robert 40, 159
Johnson, Cheryl 118
Johnson Dianne 118
Johnson, Duane 118
Johnson, Eric 1 19
Johnson, Gayle 29, 30, 36,
58, 60, 160
Johnson, Jacquelyn 127
Johnson Janice 35, 58, 133
Johnson, Joyce 133
Johnson, Judy 119
Johnson Julionn 119
Kathryn 30, 50,
65, 160, 173, 179
Lawrence 1 19
Linda 64, 1 19
Johnson, Lynne 30, 69, 160
Johnson, Michael 133
Johnson Reed 133
Johnson Robert 92, 104,
Johnson Sandra 30, 36,
Johnson, Todd 83, 1 19
Johnson, Vickie 141
lmus, Katherine 127
Ingwerson, Ruth 48, 1 18
lnness, Kenneth 102, 133
Irick, Cynthia 118
Irons, Jerry 118
lrons, Johnny 159
lrons, Judith 118
lsaacs, Ellen 133, 201
Jacka, David 41, 64, 65,
Jackson, Alan 104, 127
Jackson, Donald 133
Jackson, John 118
Jacobsen, Annette 1 18
Jakub, Denise 49, 118
Jakub, Gerald 43, 159
James, Jo Ann 118
James, Joyce 1 18
James, Linda 118
James, Patricia 35, 133
Jamison, Judy 44, 160, 179
Janda, Carolyn 35, 64, 133
Jando, Marilyn 118
Jansing, Douglas 39, 104,
Jansing, Susan 35, 50, 65,
Jasson, Chrisse 28, 29, 30,
49, 160,180, 181
Jensen, Alette 64, 1 18
Jensen, Carol 64, 133
Joseph 109, 118
Kenneth 43, 160
Jernigan, Lonnie 133
Jessee, Susan '133
Jimenez, Francine 49, 118
Jobes, Jeffery 64, 133, 135,
Johnsen, Gary 118
Johnsen, Larry 118
Johnson, Carla 133
Johnston, Gilbert 127
Johnston, William 127
Joiner, Judy 30, 36, 60,
160, 164, 197
Jonas, Jacqueline 28, 29,
48, 113, 119
Jonas, Patricia 30, 160
Jones, Bradford 41, 67, 160
Jones, Darrell 104, 160
Jones, James 28, 119, 197
Jones, Nancy 60, 160
Jones, Steven 1 19
Jones, Virginia Sue 30, 50,
54, 61, 160, 179, 212
Joseph, Robert 43, 160
Jumper, Harriette 119
Jurgens, Nancy 30, 160
Jurgens, William 127
Kaar, Barbara 133
Kaenel, Marcine 30, 160
Kahl, Laurie 48, 119
Kohler, Daniel 83, 92, 133
Kohler, Deborah 119
Kahler, Terry 102, 1 19
Kalnins, John 133
Kalvoda, Linda 35, 133
Kane, Kathleen 161
Karle, Michael 81, 84, 89,
102, 103, 161, 167
Karle, Ted 119
Karr, Steven 119
Karthauser, Clifford 82,
105, 1 10, 119
Kaye, Nancy 45, 65, 119
Keane, Leo 110, 119
Keane, Rick 59, 104, 134,
Keeney, Kathryn 48, 64,
Kehm, David 119
Kehm, Deborah 161
Kehr, Donald 106, 1 19
Keiser, Randolph 1 19
Keller, Judy 119
Keller, Linda Ann 161
Keller, Linda Susan 161,
Kelley, Connie 45, 64, 65,
Kells, Thomas Robert 69,
Kelly, Gayle 177
Kelly, Kathleen 1 19
Kelly, Michael 161, 179
Kelly, Terry 119
Kempkes, Rodney 51, 93,
Kempkes, Sharon 1 19
Kennedy, Janice 30, 161,
Kennedy, Joel 93, 1 19
Kennedy, William Keith 59,
Kerrey, Margaret Sue 134
Ketterer, Kathy 35, 134,
Keyser, Evelyn 162
Killeen, Patrick 83, 119
King, Gary 64, 120
King, Greg 64, 71, 120
King, Kathy 127
Kinison, Rosemary 134
Kinney, Michael 177
Kinney, Timothy 177
Kipper, Teri 35, 134
Kirby, Cheryl 35, 58, 134
Kirby, James 120
Kirchner, Jacquelyn 30,
Kirk, Cathy 120
Kirkland, L. Jerome 43, 106,
Kirwan, Maxine 19, 30, 162
Kleeb, Karen 34, 35, 134,
Klein, Laura 120
Klimm, Randall 82, 108,
Klopp, William 177
Kluska Joel 141
Knaub, Kenneth 141
Knaub, Susan 120
Knight, Barbara 29, 30, 60,
Knight Charles Scott 92,
Knight, Duane 102, 120
Knight, Jeffery 130, 134
Knight, Samuel 39, 57, 76,
149, 162, 170, 179
Knollenberg, Perry 177
Koch, Philip 29, 38, 39,
74, 82, 84, 90, 169, 179,
Koehne, Lynette 134
Kolb, Carol 30, 162, 203
Kometschafer, Marlene 127
Kometschafer, Michael 177
Koranda, Pamela 35, 64,
Kortum, Michael 120
Kraft, Robert 104, 120, 208
Karft, Thomas 141
Krejci, William 65, 67, 134
Krieger, Jerry 162
Krieger, William 127
Kreifels, Steven 120
Kriz, Sandra 30, 48, 49,
71,162, 179, 199
Kroeger, Connie 120
Krogh, Susan 162
Krogh, Vickie 35, 58, 134
Krohn, Deborah 120
Kroh, Delwin 39, 102, 162
Krueger, Steve 39, 82, 84,
Kubicek, David 120
Kuck, Mark 92, 106, 127
Kuebler, Stephanie 134
Kuehn, Gerald 92, 134
Kulowik, Thomas 162, 205
Kunzmon, Beverly 162
Kurtzer, Donald 109, 162
Ladd, Lynn 141
Lagemann, Gerald 162
Lageson, Jacqueline 40, 120
Lageson, Pamela 30, 64,
65, 71, 162
Laher, John 106, 120
Lahm, Dale 162
Lahm, Dean 134
Lahm, Nancy 28, 29, 120
Lahr, Rebecca 44, 120
Lamborn, Janice 134
Lamson, Billie 134
Landis, Ronald 106, 134
Landstrom, Douglas 92, 134,
Lane, James 60, 163
Lange, Marilyn 30, 44, 60,
Lange, Robert 83, 163
Langston, Steven 153, 177
Larsen, Thomas 120
Larsen, Walter 163
Larson, Nancy 44, 120
Lawler, Dianne 177
Laws, Hale 163
Laws, Linda 120
Lawson, Ricki 30, 163
Layton, Janice 35, 54, 134,
Leach, Randy 39, 92, 104,
Leach, Randy 110, 120
Leacock, John 120
Lear, Barbara 134
Leavitt, David 41, 120
Lee, Cindy 120
Lee, Cynthia 141
Lee, Diana 177
Lee, John Kevin 102, 103,
Lee, Norma Jean 35, 44,
Lee, Richard 120
Lehl, Bobbette 44, 120
Lehman, Kirby 120
Lehman, Mark 134
Lehr, Clark 106, 120
Lehr, David 120
Lehr, Michael 134
Leibel, Gary 120
Leishman, Don 84, 91, 106,
Leishman, Mary 48, 120
Lentfer, Don 134
Levey, Pamela 30, 36, 163
Levorson, Diana 120
Lewis, Beverly Denise 134
Lewis, Linda 120
Lewis, Pamela, 30, 163, 203
Lickei, Tim 120
Lichty, Debra 28, 29, 30,
37, 77, 163, 222
Lichty, Linda 141
Lightner, Sandra 35, 63, 64,
Linderman, Richard 127
Lisle, Donna 120
Lisle, Sandra 163
Littlethunder, Yvonne 121
Livers, Larry 60, 163
Lloyd, Joslyn 141
Logan, John 121
Longoria, Arthur 106, 121
Loos, Dennis 121
Loos, Rebecca 121
Loos, Rochelle S. 121
Louthan, Joy 141
Louthan, Leroy 141
Lopour, Patricia 121
Lortz, Linda 30, 163
Love, Catherine 121
Lowe, Martin 39, 92, 102,
Lowe, Michael 83, 106, 163
Lowe, Mitchell 82, 102, 163
Lowe, Timothy 64, 163
Ludden, Keith 121
Ludden, Mary 69, 134
Luke, Priscilla 45, 134
Lusher, Sharon 52, 69, 163
Lutes, Lamila 121
Lux, David 64, 107, 134
Lyness, Jeffery 64, 135
Lyons, Harold 121
McBride, Steven 64, 71, 121
McClure, Charles 135
McConnell, Alan 64, 71,
104, 105, 135
McCormick, Carole 121
McGlinn, Judith 30, 163,
McGovern, Linda 58, 60,
McGrew, Harold 93, 1 10,
Mclntosh, Barbara 30, 164
McKendree, James 164
McKernan, James 164
McKinney, Linda 30, 44,
McKinney, Noreen 35, 135
McKnight, Michael 121
McLaughlin, Michelle 49,
65, 71, 121
McVey, Janis 141
Mabin, Margaret 164
Machers, llona 49, 121
Madsen, James 141, 211
Madsen, Jay M. 121
Magnusson, Nancy 64, 164,
179, 204, 212
Magorian, Joyce 121
Mahlman, Terry 46, 121
Mahoney, Michael 110, 121
Makovicka, Florian 121
Malcolm, Jerry 46, 141
Manley, Nancy 48, 121
Mann, Jeannie 121
Manning, Cheryl 121
Manning, Kathleen 164
Maresh, Kenneth 1 10, 121
Markwardt, Jackie 34, 35,
58, 135, 202
Markwardt, Linda 164, 214
Marquardt, John 164
Marshall, Jacqueline 35,
Marshall, Pamela 34, 35,
58, 135, 201
Marshall, Scott 64, 92, 102
Martin, Vicki 35, 58, 135
Mason, Pamela 121, 215
MASQUE AND GAVEL 69
Mattern, Paul 60, 135
Matthews, Gayle 122, 201
Matthews, Jeanne 122
Maul, Jerry 127
Maul, Michael 177
Maupin, Thomas 94, 99,
MAY DAY ROYALTY 77
Maxson, Linda 127
May, Mary Elizabeth 35,
Mayfield, James 39, 84, 89
Mayfield, Julia 35, 46, 135
Mayfield, Roy 165
Mays, Robert 122
Mays, Vickie 35, 135
Mealhow, Mary 30, 50,
64, 165, 177, 204
Meduna, Kathleen 30, 165,
Meduna, Tom 122
Mehan, Sandra 35, 141
Mehuron, Mary 122
Meier, Larry 122, 219
Meier, Mary 135
Meierhenry, Susan 30, 50,
Mellchar, Judy 135
Mellen, Ronald 135
Menck, Michael 141
Menefee, Raymond 106,
Menebroker, Lawrence 43,
Merrill, Dale 92, 106, 135
Merrill, Janice 49, 122
Mertz, Rodney 122
Mertz, Steven Richard 135
Metcalf, Janice 34, 58, 135
Meyer, Leon 122
Meyer, Leslie 177
Meyer, Sharolyn 122
Michaud, Garald 52, 60,
Michaud, James 93, 122
Michels, Jack 135
Miller, Bruce 41, 42, 165,
, Susan 48, 50, 165
Mills, Beth 50, 63, 64, 135
Mohatt, David 165
Mohr, Floyd Gregory 122
Monie, James 122
Moock, James 59, 80, 84,
Moore, Randall 122
Morford, Robert 93, 122
Morgan, Stephen 47, 64,
69, 135, 218
Morris, Jon 60, 84, 86, 166
Morris, Vicki 35, 44, 52,
Muehlhausen, Glen 92, 104,
Muehlhausen, Terry 93, 122
Muir, David 141
Muir, Gene 177
Munson, Jacqueline 44, 122
Munson, Yvonne 122
Munyon, Barry 122, 208
Murphey, James 122
Murphy, Kevin 65, 122
Murphy, Patrick 59, 65, 136
Murphy, Peggy 136
Myers, Joyce 122
Myhre, Maureen 122
N-CLUB 38, 39
Nahley, Alan 127
Neberman, Douglas 93, 109,
Neberman, Steven 92, 136
Neely, Carol 141
Neisius, Deborah 122
Neisius, Nancy 136
Neiswanger, Nancy 136
Nekich, John 166
Nellis, Carolee 42, 166
Nellis, Janice 42, 122
Nellis, Kenneth 59, 136
Nelson, Linda 30, 44, 71,
Nelson, Phyllis 122
Neukirch, Gregory 122
Neutzman, Luanne 40, 44,
Nichols, Sue 166
Nickell, Michael 166
Nielsen, Chris 136, 205
Nielsen, Kurt 39, 82, 102,
Nielsen, Patricia 28, 30,
37, 77, 166
Ninneman, Earl 166
Nordmeyer, Susan 141
Norris lHenricksen1, Linda
Novak, Laurie 29, 49, 50,
112, 122, 213
Novak, Thomas 81, 86, 89,
90, 94, 95, 98, 136
Novotny, Jayne 30, 55,
166, 197, 203
Nunn, Roger 122
Nutt, Robert 84, 87, 94,
98, 144, 166
Oakeson, Janet 30, 61, 166
Oberg, Gregory 83, 166
O'Donnell, Sally 136
OFFICE PERSONNEL 192
O'Hare, John 93, 110, 122
O'Keefe, John 141
Oliver, Gloria 49, 64, 122
Olsen, Barbara 122
Olsen, Bernard 82, 100,
Olsen, John Curtis 167
Olsen, Patrick 67, 141
Olsen, Richard 141
Olson, Edwin 54, 60, 108,
161,167, 200, 215
O'Neill, Polly 56, 167, 179,
OPERETTA 72, 73
Orduna, Rodney 67, 106,
Ore, Kenneth 64, 136
Ore, Patricia 30, 64, 167
Orosco, Robert 141
Orr, Cheryle 30, 44, 62,
Orr, Cynthia 19, 29, 58, 60
69, 136, 141
Orr, Retha 30, 33, 50, 167,
Owen, David 177, 201
Owen, Pamela 122
Owen, Sheryl 48, 167, 216
Owens, Gloria 167
Packett, Bonnie 127
Packett, Susan 122
Palu, Carla 30, 167
Papke, Gary 18, 19, 106,
Parizek, Karen 35, 40, 58,
Parker, Deborah 122
Parker, Kathryn 30, 71,
Parks, Wanda 35, 136
Parry, Virgil 167
Patterson, Cathy 136
Patzel, Sherrie 122
Peacock, Ruth 35, 136
Pearson, Linda 141
Pecka, Robert 153, 177
PENGUINS 50, 51
Perkinton, Ann 30, 66, 67,
Perkinton, Kathy 35, 58,
Perkinton, Mary 30, 168
Pester, Bonnie 30, 168
Peter, Linda 122
Peter, Steven 60, 62, 67,
Peterson, Dennis 64, 122
Peterson, Elizabeth 30, 48,
Peterson, Mary 35, 136
Peterson, Robert 136
Pettet, Carol 35, 40, 136
Pettet, Caron 35, 136
Phelps, Kim 59, 136
Philippi, Nancy 35, 136
Phillips, Francella 136
Phillips, Francine 141
Phillips, Rolin 39, 82, 168
Pickerel, Susan 136, 199
Pickerill, Christine 136
Pierce, Deborah 136
Pierce, Linda 177
Pierce, Pamela 122
Pike, Mary 50, 177
Piontek, Arthur 136
Planer, Theresa 122
Plock, Cheryl 35, 58, 136
Podraza, Jacqueline 122
Poor, Doris 122
Porter, David 136
Porter, Debra 136
Portsche, Robert 39, 65, 82,
84, 89, 102, 168
Portsche, Randall 59, 62,
Prell, Jacquelyn 35, 136,
Price, Deborah 141
Price, Dennis 168
Pace, Judy so, 54, eo, 168,
Price, Luella 122
Priess, Russell 136
Prochaska, Bruce 28, 29,
102, 134, 136
Proctor, Patsy 136
Prusia, Lynn 64, 168
Pueppke, Monte 136
QUILL AND SCROLL 53
Quincy, Gloria 122
Rada, Catherine 136
Raddatz, Bette 168
Raddatz, Marae 49, 122
Rader, Karen 168, 177
RADIO CLUB 41
Rae, Steve 168
Ramos, Vicki 28, 29, 30,
44,168,18O, 181, 222
Rank, Jacque 30, 168
Rankins, Richard 177
Rankis, Andrew 127
Rasmussen, Noraiean 35,
Rau, Charles 110, 122
Rausch, Cindy 136
Ray, Dennis 106, 122
Ray, Donna 35, 136
Ray, Michael 92, 137
Rayer, Ron 127
Rea, Kevin 168
Rea, Timothy 137
Rearick, Wayne 141
RED CROSS 52
Reeves, Marjorie 66, 122
Reid, Michael 93, 100, 122
Reinhart, Lynn 137
Reinhart, Mary 30, 168
Reinke, Calvin 106, 122
Reinke, Cassandra 30, 65,
Renaud, James 39, 64, 107,
Renaud, Jerry 67, 107, 122
Renker, Steve 141
RESERVE PEP CLUB
Rhoadarmer, Rick 137
Rhoades, Michael 122
Richard, Katherine 137
Richards, Linda 122
Richardson, Cheryl 122
Richardson, Paula 122
Richters, Maris 177
Riebe, Jeffery 169, 218
Riedel, Marvin 127
Rieke, Rick 122, 207
Riggins, Richard 60, 62, 71
Rinne, Patricia 30, 169
Ripa, Linda 35, 44, 63,
Rivett, Thomas 177, 218
Robare, Sandra 30, 169,
Roberts, Deborah 35, 137
Roberts, James 137
Roberts, Ronald 102, 141
Robertson, Carol 64, 122
Robertson, Ronald 141
Robinson, John 141
Robinson, Lana 122
Robinson, Lonnie 122
Robison, June 30, 55, 60,
Rockel, Gary 177
ROCKET REVUE 70, 71
ROCKET STAFF 54, 55
ROCKETTES 30, 33
Rogers, Robert 122, 218
Rohn, Robert 39, 84, 91,
Rolofson, Elwyn, 39, 83,
106, 168, 197
Rosenthal, Wesley 39, 64,
84, 86, 100,137
Ross, Bruce 29, 106, 123
Ross, Connie 123
Ross, Janice 35, 60, 137
Ross, John Michael 102,
Ross, John 70, 82, 169
Rothe, Rae 58, 137
Rotschafer, Dale 46, 137
Rotschafer, Johnie 46, 123
Rowell, Robert 141
Rudell, Joyce 28, 29, 137,
141, 203, 216
Rumpeltes, Jane 30, 36,
60, 76, 169, 179, 211
Rush, Gary 123
Ryan, John 106, 169, 206
Sabalka, Barbara 30, 44,
169, 204, 205
Sabalka, Janet 49, 50, 123,
Sandahl, Larry 137
Sanders, Dawn 123
Sanders, Gyneth 30, 65,
Sazama, Bernard 141
Scalf, Terry 137
Schafer, Jo Ann 35, 137
Schafer, Robert 177
Schafer, Steven 39, 46,
67, 69, 107, 169, 179
Schaffer, Terri 123
Schamp, Kristie 123
Scharf, Patrica 123
Scharf, Sharon 30, 169,
Scheer, Deborah 127
Scheffert, Clarence Craig
64, 84, 86, 169
Scheffert, Jeffry 64, 92,
Schiermann, Stanley 41 ,
42, 59, 137
Schilke, Daniel 123
Schilke, Stephen 127
Schippert, Rita 137
Schlattmann, Judith 137
Schlegelmilch, Linda 123
Schleicher, Michael 123
Schmidt, Judith 113, 123
Schmidt, Katherian 35,
Schmidt, Timothy 60, 106,
Schmidt, Wesley 105, 137
Schmidt, William 141
Schmieding, Robert 43, 64,
Schneider, Jack 42, 169,
Schneider, Ricky 83, 123
Schneider, Starla 30, 169
Schnieber, Robert 123
Schoonover, Delores 123
Schramm, Scott 93, 123
Schreurs, Sharon 30, 33,
Schroeder, Steven 46, 170,
Schuckman, Thomas 137
Schukar, Michael 177
Schukar, Steve 127
Schuldt, Barbara 30, 170,
Schulenberg, Nancy 34, 58,
60, 62, 137, 207
Schultz, Carol 170
Schultz, Linda 35, 137
Schulz, Thomas 64, 65,
Schuman, Bradley 15, 93,
Schuman, Michael 102, 127
Schwarzkopf, Stanley 64,
71, 170, 179
Schweitzer, Pauline 30,
SCIENCE CLUB 42
Scott, Janet 35, 137
Scroggins, Katherine 141
Seadore, Thomas 59, 137
Sears, Kent 100, 123
Sehnert, Suanne 49, 123
Seip, Michael 59, 137
Severn, Randall 102, 123
Severn, Russell 39, 62, 92,
Service, Pete 123
Sexton, Arthur 39, 64, 67,
Seyersdahl, Gary 123
Shaw, Patricia 30, 170
Shaw, Vicky 137 .
Shelby, Mark 59, 137
Sheldon, Virginia 30, 170,
Shelton, Janet 30, 170,
Shepard, Garry 137
Shepard, Linda 123
Sherard, Cindy 123
Sherry, David 137, 218
Shields, Mark 93, 100, 123
Shipps, Rebela 123, 205
Shonerd, Pamela 35, 58,
60, 139, 209
Sieckmann, Vicki 170, 205
Siemering, Penny 30, 170
Siemensen, Jack 84, 86,
Simonds, Pamela 138
Simons, Beverly 66, 69,
Simonsen, Keith 41, 82,
Sinclair, Charles 28, 29,
38, 39, 57, 75, 82, 84,
86, 89, 94, 97, 98, 171
Sinica, Peter 127
Sinner, James 93, 100, 123
Sinner, Terry 138 ,
Sipma, Cynthia 30, 60, 62,
Sipp, Cheryl 123, 212
Sipp, Kathleen 30, 57,
Sipp, Mervin Ronald 171
Siske, Linda 123
Sisel, Kenneth 41, 43, 138
Sissel, Stephen 64, 71,
Sittner, Ricky 80, 109,
Sitzman, Christina 177
Skiles, Christine 123
Skinner, James 92, 102,
Skinner, Roberta Judith 138
Slaughter, Glen 138
Slechta, Cecilia 30, 57,
69, 171, 222
Slocum, Linda 123
Slocum, Michael 171
Slocum, Shirley 48, 123
Sloey, Danny 93, 102, 127
Smith, Carolyn 50, 71,
Smith, Cheryl 123
Smith, Darrell 177
Smith, Debra 35, 58, 138
Smith, Duane 42, 123, 127
Smith, James 123
Smith, James 28, 80, 81,
84, 89, 100, 138
Smith, Janice 171
Smith, Laurie 35, 138, 219
Smith, Margaret Sue 35,
42, 138, 201
Smith, Nancy 30, 171
Smith, Paula 123
Smith, Robert 123
Smith, Steven 104, 123
Starita, Jean 35, 138
Starita, Jimmy 77, 80, 94,
98, 108, 109, 172,210
Starlin, Gregory 141
Starlin, Mark 39, 84,
Starr, Donald Frederick 43,
Starr, Joseph 124
Statler, Gary 59, 60, 138
Steele, Scott 172
Steenson, Charles 59, 138
Steenson, Sally 30, 172,
Stephenson, Reed 39, 80,
81, 84, 87, 90, 109,
Steuben, Charles 84, 91,
167, 172, 214
Stevens, Douglas 138
Stevens, Gregory 172
Stevens, Marcia 135
Stevens, Michael 1 10, 124
Stewart, David 82, 84,
Stewart, Linda 124
Steyer, Michael 124
Stickney, Jeanette 35, 44,
Stilwell, Dean 109, 124
Stilwell, Debbie 93, 124
Stilwell, Dianna 35, 64, 138
Stinson, Daniel 177
Stoehr, Steven 172
Stolzenburg, Alan 177
Story, Nancy 35, 138, 207
51, 60, 62, 69, 71,
Swartz, Susan 30, 37, 173
Swenson, Larry 93, 1 10,
Swenson, Nancy 139
Swenson, Ronnie 124
Swick, Raymond 139
Swift, Louayne 35, 58, 139
Syme, Joanne 124
Syslo, Joyce 30, 51, 173
Tabor, Michael 139
Tabor, Thomas 124
Taylor, David 124
Taylor, Sharon 177
Tenopir, Beverly 124
Tenopir, Roger 100, 139,
Thiel, Margaret 127
Thiellen, Michael 173
Thoman, Richard 173
Thomas, James 92, 139
Thompson, Cathy 35, 139
Thompson, Danny 124
Thompson, Daryl 124
Thompson, Delta 30, 60,
65, 173, 179, 202
Thompson, Ellen 64, 124
Thompson, Mary 177
Thompson, Randi 124
Ricki 82, 105,
Smith, Theodore 123
Snell, Edith 177
Snell, Mary 123
Snesrud, Dorothy 35, 58,
Snowardt, Joan 127
Sobotta, Joyce 30, 70,
Sobotta, Judy 123
Sohl, James 138
Sollenberger, James 93,
Somerhiser, Beverly 124
Sorrells, Rickie 127
Southwick, Bradford 39,
84, 90, 172
Spadt, Terri 30, 172
Spahn, Kathie 138
Spahn, Philip 42, 43, 172
Spencer, Lloyde Dean 124
Spier, Joyce 138
Srb, Gregory 124
Staberg, Vickie 29, 34, 35,
58, 138, 217
Standley, David 93, 106,
Standley, Joyce 30, 172
Standley, Patricia 127
Standley, Steven 82, 105,
Stanley, Kenneth 177
Stansbury, Deborah 124
Staples, Douglas 124
Starck, Randall 69, 172
Strain, John 94, 95, 96,
97, 99, 138
Linda Dianne 30,
Strong, Sheila 138
Dean 102, 124
STUDENT COUNCIL 28,
Studer, Daniel 64, 138
Sturgeon, Taunyia 64, 138
Stutzman, Barry 82, 100,
109, 139, 220
Suesz, Michael 172
Sulek, Anne 35, 139
Sullivan, Gregory 28, 39,
82, 92, 139, 209
Summers, Eugene 127
Sundeen, Cynthia 35, 65,
Surface, Connie 141
Surmacz, Genowefa 177
Sutter, Jeanette 139
Swanda, Laurie 124
Swands, Deborah 61, 172
Swanson, Cindy 30, 60,
Swanson, Gloria 35, 139
Swanson, Kathryn 30, 172,
Swanson, Paul 139
Swanson, Thomas 64, 124
Swartz, Lloyd 19, 39, 46,
Thoms, Joel 124
Thrasher, Thomas 139
Thurber, Gregory 127
Thurber, Richard 139, 208
Tibbits, Steven 141
Tipton, Dennis 124
Tintera, Richard 173
Tische, Craig 39, 65, 76,
Titus, Dale 125
Titus, Duane 173
Tomasek, Cheryl 125
Tompsett, Nancy 30, 173
Toohey, Sharon 35, 139,
Torell, Janice 30, 50, 55,
57, 61, 62,173,179,
199, 203, 206, 215
Townsend, Susan 125
Townsley, Opal Joanne 30,
Tramdachs, Guntis 174,
Tramdachs, Ruth 35, 66,
69, 139, 196
Trausch, Sheila 139
True, Amy 125
Troutt, Deborah 30, 174
Trumble, Danny 139
Tuma, Donald 125
Turner, Janice 35, 139
Turner, Linda 141
Tyler, David 65, 125
Tyler, Gerry 64, 71, 174
Ulberg, Larry 127
Umphreys, Stephen 39, 64,
Upton, Cheryl 30, 71, 174,
Upton, Donna 30, 55, 174,
203, 21 1, 217
Upton, Robert 105, 125
Vallis, Vicki 35, 141
Vance, Karen 46, 50, 71,
Vance, Patricia 30, 174
Vandahl, Carolyn 35, 54,
VandenBosch, Mary 44, 125
VandenBosch, Robert 60,
62, 71, 174
Van Horn, Mary 30, 50,
Vanschoiack, Edward 175
Vaughn, Dean 141
Vaughn, Kenneth 175
Verbeek, Terri 104
Vercellino, Patricia 30, 71,
Vermillion, Terri 141
Voelker, Paula 104, 127
Voelker, Thomas 177
Vogel, Donald 82, 92, 139
VonRentzell, Dennis 39,
84, 86, 175
Wach, Pam 125
Wagner, Arthur 139
Wagner, Peggy 175
Wagner, Robert 125
Wagner, Tonja 125
Waite, Debra 125
Walek, Charles 93, 125
Walker, Brenda 127
Walker, Donna 30, 64, 175
Walker, Linda 127
Walker, Teresa 125
Wall, Rachel 30, 60, 62,
Waller, Herbert 125
Wallick, Robert Gregg 175
Walling, Stephen 84, 90,
Walter, Jacqueline 49, 125
Walton, Patricia 30, 175,
Wampler, David 59, 65,
Waples, Vicki 125
Warboys, Larry 59, 139
Ward, Duane 177
Ward, Linda 64, 139
Ward, Timothy 125
Warnsholz, Janelle 30, 61,
Warren, Gale 35, 50, 140,
Warren, Lisa 30, 33, 50,
Watson, Connie 61, 141
Watts, Cleveland 140
Watts, Dianne 30, 175
Watts, Glenn D. 93, 125
Watts, Marsha 69, 140
Watts, Paulette 35, 58,
60, 62, 140
Way, Brenda 127
Way, Lynn 30, 175
Way, Mona 30, 55, 57, 175
Way, Robert 140
Webb, Kipp 39, 84, 87,
Webb, Pamela 30, 48, 175
Weber, Judy 175
Weber, Kenneth 84, 90,
Weber, Laura 18, 19, 30,
62, 175, 179, 198
Weber, Linda 28, 35, 58,
60, 140, 217
Weber, Mary 176, 215, 217
Weber, Reida 30, 176
Weber, Thomas 176
Weers, James 92, 140
Webster, Jack 92, 127
Weese, Donald 127
Weideman, Mark 92, 141
Weihing, Adell 125
Weihing, Martin 140, 219
Weir, Edwin 92, 140
Wells, Kathleen 35, 48, 140
Welter, Susan 30, 176
Westling, Richard 176
Wendt, Connie 125
Wentink, Russell 125
Wenzl, Michael 125
West, Larry 102, 125
Westcott, Cheryl 35, 44,
140, 141, 216
Westover, Steven 39, 59,
82, 84, 90, 134, 140
Westphalen, Mark 112, 125
Westrick, Cathy 140
Wheatley, Nancy 30, 32,
33, 57, 176, 179, 216,
Wheatley, Robert 141
Wheeler, Cynthia 48, 52,
White, Christie 125
White, Larry 100, 125
White, Linda 30, 33, 45,
White, Marcia 35, 69, 140
White, Rex 60, 176
Whitebear, Ronald 140
Whitefoot, Bruce 105, 125
Whiting, Rick 125
Whitney, Ada 140
Whitney, Jo Anne 177
Wiest, Marilyn 125
Wilber, Michael 59, 82,
Wilcox, Larry 106, 140
Wilcox, Michael 109, 177
Wilhelm, Sharon 125
Wilken, Calvin 176
Wilkens, Billidene 140
Wilkins, Michael 29, 56,
Will, Marsha 176
Will, Richard 125
Will, Thomas 140
Willemsen, Larry 102, 176,
Willey, Elizabeth 40, 176
Williams, Cynthia 30, 49,
Williams, Christina 35, 44,
Williams, David 125
Williams, Janice 35, 140
Williams Kathy 30, 176
Williams Robert 176
Wills, Ivan 126
Wilson, David 126
Wilson, Steven 140
Wilson, Vicky 35, 50, 51,
58, 140, 217
Winkler, Douglas 126
Wisehart, Roger 92, 140
Wiseman, Diana Kim 35,
48, 64, 69, 140
Witham, Lyle 176
Witulski, Donald 93, 127
Witulski, Gloria 35, 64, 140
Woelfe, Linda 30, 176
Woellhof, Mary 126
Woerner, Barbara 35, 140
Woerner, Conrad 39, 46,
64, 107, 177, 179
Wolfe, David 59, 140
Wolfe, Edith 35, 65, 140
Wolfe, Judith 126
Wolfe, Pamela 35, 58, 140
Wolfe, Wilson 126
Woodcock, Darlene 30, 177
Woodruff, James 126
Woodrum, David 126
Woodward, Margaret 35,
Worley, Daniel 110, 126
Worman, Rick 140
Wright, Greg 29, 84, 89,
94, 97, 140
Wright, Jeffery 110, 126
Wright, John 83, 177
Wulf, Joyce 35, 140
Wulf, Susan 63, 64, 177
Wulff, Ronald'64, 65, 177
Wylder, Nancy 177
Yearley, Charles 39, 107,
York, Leslie 126 '
York, Scott 126
Young, Beverly 126
Young, Kenneth 39, 102,
Young, Michael 177
Young, Steven 177
Zachek, Edward 126
Zanderholm, Dolly 140
Zemke, Doris 35, 58, 140,
Zessin, Victoria 30, 177,
179, 215, 217
Zier, Carol 30, 48, 177
Zier, Gloriann 48, 126
Zierke, Richard 140
Zimmer, Steve 126
Zlab, Rhonda 35, 140
Zlab, Marilyn 126
Adams, Mrs. Jan 30, 33,
Adams, Mrs. Marjorie 184
Albers, Mrs. Joan 48, 184
Berka, Mr. Melvin 109, 184
Billings, Miss Margaret 184
Boiler, Mr. Evan 41, 184
Boroff, Mr. Claire 84, 129,
Bowlin, Mrs. Beryl 165,
Brown, Mrs. Wanda 184
Bruner, Mr. George 184
Burnham, Mr. Guilford 192
Cascini, Mrs. Edythe 184
Cech, Mrs. Sharon 184
Coleman, Mr. Watson 15,
Colerick, Mr. Richard 141,
Collister, Mrs. Ermal 192
Copas, Mrs. Joan 179
Crozier, Mr. Lynn 185
Delbridge, Miss Jean 179
Dietrich, Mr. Harold P. 15,
Dolezal, Miss Margaret 185
Els, Mr. Robert 84, 109,
Galloway, Mr. Bernard
Gast, Mrs. Mary Jean 185,
Gustafson, Mrs. Jeanne 185
Heffelfinger, Mr. Robert
Hester, Mr. Max 82, 105,
Hiza, Mr. John 15, 185
Holmquist, Miss Jean 30,
Hubka, Mrs. Helen 187, 192
Hughes, Mrs. Marlys 54,
Jacoby, Mrs. Mabel 185
James, Mr. Robert 93, 186
Jeffery, Mr. Ellis 42, 186
Johnson, Mr. Ed 14, 94,
Kahm, Mrs. Jeannette
Klockner, Mrs. Ida 186
Kos, Mrs. Barbara 186
Krause, Mrs. Helen 186
Larson, Mr. Dick 186
Layton, Mr. Carl 193
Leatherman, Mr. Keith 52,
Lovelace, Mrs. 193
Mach, Mr. Don 186
Maher, Mrs. Ula 187
Maly, Mr. William 109,
Mason, Mr. Lawrence 12,
McClanahan, Mr. Frank 12,
McCOrmich, Mr. John 187
Mclntyre, Mr. John 106,
McMeen, Mr. Reynold 92,
Moore, Mr. Barry 191
Mueller, Mr. Jack 83, 187
Nagele, Mr. Richard 187
O'Brien, Mrs. Nancy 13,
Pauley, Mrs. Diane 189
Pavey, Mrs. Selma 192
Pearson, Mr. Leroy 193
Pine, Mr. Cecil 193
Plum, Mrs. Dorothea 187
Potter, Miss Mary 59
Putman, Mr. James 14, 69,
Reeder, Mrs. Elizabeth 69,
Renegar, Mr. Kent 106, 187
Resz, Mr. Robert 42, 187
Richards, Mrs. Mildred 187
Rudell, Mrs. La Verne 34,
Rush, Mr. George 40, 187
Rutherford, Mrs. Grace 192
Schafer, Mrs. Blanche '193
Scheffert, Mrs. Leona 192
Schmadeke, Mr. Lloyd 43,
Schulz, Mr. Duane 15, 64,
65, 70, 71, 188
Seng, Mr. Leroy 80, 100,
Short, Mrs. Vietta.51, 188
Shumard, Miss Audrey 188
Simon, Mr. Frank 188
Singler, Mrs. Barbara 58,
Snook, Mrs. Velma 58, 59,
60, 61, 188 '
Stacey, Mrs. Ruth 192
Stednitz, Mrs. Margaret 188
Strange, Mr. David 188
Sturgeon, Mrs. Norma 44,
Taylor, Mr. Harland 28, 29,
Temme, Mr. Richard 42,
Thomas, Mr. Buren 188
Vifquain, Mrs. Dorothy 34,
Wagner, Mr. Robert 189
Wall, Mr. Kenneth 104, 189
Watt, Mr. Keith 42, 107,
Wilcox, Mrs. Judy 13, 189
Willemsen, Mr. Henry 93,
1 10, 189
Wilson, Mrs. Vivian 189
Witt, Mrs. Lucille 192
Wohlers, Mr. Robert 189
Arbor Printing Company 202
Arena Roller Skating Center
Arleen's Suburban Salon 204
A 84 W Drive-ln, Teds 218
Anderson Studio 201
Barry's Standard Service 219
Ben Your Hairdresser 216
Bethany I.G.A. Foodliner
Bethany Supply 200
Biggerstatt Plumbing Co.
Oliver Blake Conoco 212
Bill 81 Tony's IGA 205
Brook's Window Suppliers
Bryant Air Conditioning St
Butlers Cleaners 207
Carlton's Shoe Store 207
Citizens State Bank 210
Clifton's Corn Crib 203
Community Saving Stamp
Congress Inn 198
Cool Crest Galt Course 213
Dean Brothers 218
Denny's Champl in Service
Dietze Music House 198
DuTeau Chevrolet Company
Edholm 81 Blomgren Studio
Ed's Mobil Service 212
Elce St Son Binders 205
Exon, Inc. 208
First National Bank 213
Fleetwing Conoco Station
Flowers by Mr. J. 207
Garner Tool and Die 219
G 84 S Doughnuts 218
Gates 84 Knight Insurance
Goodwin Motors 213
Green's Furnace 81 Plumbing
Golden's Barber Shop 208
Gordon 84 Morgan Machine
Gould Industries 209
Havelock National Bank 200
Havelock Pharmacy 219
Hinky Dinky Super Market
Holmes Grocery and Market
Hood Lumber Company 212
Hub Hall Real Estate 215
Joyo Theatre 216
Kaufman Furniture 81
Kentucky Fried Chicken 200
Kings' Food Host USA 220
Landy Clark Co. 218
LeSuer Studios 212
Lincoln Lawn Service 196
Lincoln School of Commerce
8. NBI 202
London Aquarium 218
McCartney Auto Service 204
Mary's Beauty Salon 217
Matthews Texaco 201
Mealhow Standard Service
Meek Lumber Co. 214
Merle's Home Bake Shop
Midwest Lite Insurance 215
Millers Jewelry 199
Mr. Swiss 220
Mohawk Cap 81 Gown 206
National Bank of Commerce
National Carpet Co. 208
Nebraska Book Store 198
Nebraska Real Estate Corp.
Norden's Conoco 205
Northest Lanes 209
Owens, Arthur, Studio 214
Paul's Barber Shop 206
Patio Restaurant 217
Perky's Pizza 197
Q St P Store 220
232 Marceline, Mo., L'.S.A.
Ramsey Studio 197
Reece 81 Sybil School of
Rocky's Cate 205
Roland, Dan, Photography
Royal Barber Shop 205
Runza Drive-ln 206
Safeway Stores, Inc. 212
Scand, Inc. 221
Shakey's Pizza Parlor 203
Short Typesetting 208
Smith's Signs 201
Snooker Bowl 21 1
Steenson Conoco 206
Stiverson's Dairy Queen 204
Taco Joe's 217
Ten-28 Fashion Fabrics,
Topper Popper 201
Townsend of Lincoln Studio.
Triangle TV 204
Tyrrell's Flowers, Inc. 203
Union Loan and Savings
Varsity Drug 202
Victory Cleaners 205
Waneks of Crete 221
Williams Recording 211
Young's Plaza Pharmacy
Zales' Jewelers 202
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