Steele City High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Steele City, NE)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 102 of the 1951 volume:
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Mrs Imogene McDonald
W E McDonald
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Grammer Room Principal
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Junlor blass Play
SGHIOP Class Play
One Act Play
Softball Co Captaln
JUUIOF blass Play
SGHIOP Class Play
One Act Play
Volleyball . .
Pep Club . .
Pep Club Presldent
Pep Club V106 Pres
Pep Club Sec Treas .
JUHIOP Red Cross Cha1rman
JUDIOT Class Play
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Junlor Class Play
Senlor Class Play
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Junlor Class Play
One Act Plays
Class V1ce Pres
Llbr ry Jork
Co CHQUSIU Softball
Captaln Volleyball and Softball
Co Caotaln Volleyball
Class Presldent 3
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The fall of 19h7 new faces appeared 1n the assembly
The owners of these faces were the n w freshman class whlch
cons1sted of Jo Ann Weaver, Marllyn Novotnv, Paullne Koch,
Leonard Wasserman, Ella Moorman Norman Dlsney, Etta
Stelllnp, Wanda Graham, and Arthur ROSk111V
After 1H1t13t1On these students had become falrly fa
mlliar w1th the trlcks of the upper vrade students and
ioined 1n the routlne
Later 1n the term P8tP1C13 Speth and Blllv Eden wolned
us, Pa1S1HF the class number to ll
The fall of A8 found all of these faces w1th the ex
ceptlon of Patr1c1a Speth, present 1n the none fam1l1ar
It was th1s vear that Loule Kulhaneb 1o1ned us brlnglnz
the class to a total of ll avaln
In November of 'A8 Norman D1snev departed from us leav
lns only 10 members 1n the class Th1s year was one of our
most en1oyable terms of school SIHCP lt was the year we tor
mented or rather 1n1t1ated the freshman
Later 1n the Year of '48 Ella Moorman left us which
left us a total of 9 members
In 1949 we started the term w1th 9 members At the end
of the f1rst semester Blllv Eden moved awav leavlnv only 8
members ln the class
The 18th of Apr1l the Jun1or and Senlor Banquet was
held The maln theme of the Banquet was the schools Golden
Ann1versarv The Prom was held after the banquet 1n the
evm wh1ch was decorated 1n yellow and whlte
Sneak day the Junlors and Senlors left early 1n the
mornlnv for Llncoln where they ate breakfast After break
fast they wourneved to Omaha where most of the day was
September A 1950 found 7 members in the class Arthur
RO9k111V d1d not lO1H us thls Vear
In November Leonard Wasserman departed from the class
leavlnet only 6
We have chosen as our Motto, nCl1mb Thouvh the Rocks Be
Puvved N Our class colors are sold and whlte
We the Senlors of 'Sl 1D 100k1nF back over our past
four vears feel that thev were well spent attend1ng
S C H S We are more confldent and better prepared to
face the future vears ly1nv ahead of us
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Ladles and Gentlemen, Board of Educatlon, Superlntendent,
Teachers and pP1PDdS
Upon behalf of mv cllent, the Class of 1951 o? Steele
Clfv Hlgh school, of the C1tv of Steele C1tv, State of Nebr
a ka, U S A I have called vou together upon th1s solemn
and serlous occaslon, to llsten to our last w1ll and tes
Llsten, then one and all whlle I read the docunent, as
dulv drawn up and sworn to
Ne sive to the dear faculty, a sweet and unbroken
successlon of restful nlvhts and peaceful dreams No lonver
need they l1e a wake throuvh the long wat hes of the nlaht
to worry over the uncertalntv of whether thls one 1s dO1HE
her nlvht work, or that one w1ll hare her mathematlcs 1n
mornwnv class I has been a hard straln on them For
Senlors are sald to be at all tlmes and under all cond1tJons
d1Pp1CH1 to manave But they have all done thelr dutv, and
verllv, now shall they have the1r well earned reward
To the Freshman Class we leave a book entltled WHow To
Apple Pollsh The Teachers W
To the Sophomores we leave our patience We Flnd they
need at worse then we do
To the Junlors we leave all our muslcal talent, athlet
1C 8h11lf16S, and wlttv W1tt1C3SmS
hope thev may be accepted
I, Paullne Koch bequeath to Roe r Never mv ab1lJty to
get to school on tlme, my sl1m fleurs to Darlene Speth, my
Preen cordurov qumper to Phvllls Lampe 1n exchange por her
many d1fp9PGUt pa1rs 0' shoes I've worn, and to Barbara
Mlnks my seat bv the door 1n the assembly, so she can see
everv one who comes up the stalrs
I Marllvn Novotnv, beoueath mv love and ab1l1tv to
dance to Carol Jean Bre1 Mv ab1l1t3 to use up l1pst1ck I
Five Carolyn Novotnv, whlle my long halr goes to Lorra1ne
Kulhanek I will my ab1l1ty to stay out late at n1Fht to
I Jo Ann Weaver bequeath to Elalne Graff mv love for
danclnv and to lla Kozak all my bobby p1ns and used l1pst1ck
tubes, to Beverlv Darllnz my manv pair of shoes, and t
Rlchard Eden mv old wads of bubble gum
I Etta Stelllnv, w1ll Dor1s my ab1l1ty to play soft
ball and volley ball I leave Ethel mv lon? halr and Cec1l
Graham my short flneernalls
I Lou1e Kulhanek w1ll to Donnle Banahan my helvht I
leave my n1ckname Romeo to B1ll Zabokrtskv I w1ll mv brown
eves to Sharon Rlddle and mv ab1l1tv to plav basketball to
I Wanda Graham, w1ll to Dale Helvev mv elft of gab
Mv ab1l1tv to Pet along w1th bovs goes to Mar11yn Grone I
leave my shyways to Dwlfht Garrett
We, Etta and Wanda, w1ll our likeness for full sk1rts
to Mardee Zabokrtsky
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QM1nerva ln Greclan costume, reads the sheets f
paper, supposed to be pet1t1ons from the graduatlng class,
and answers them The notes are plled on a stand, awa1t1ng
her, or maybe handed her, one at a time, by a small boy in
page costume l
Thls 1S the tlme when
The graduates pass to
Th1s is the tlme when
The1r eaver QUPSCIODQ
And do I answer? Can
through the sweet Nay days,
seek the1r separate ways,
ring, from far and near
on M1nerva's ear
I answer9 Nay'
I know thelr poss1b1l1t1es, but who ma
Even wlth that, predlct how they may use
The Z1ftS of llfe so many youths abuse?
And so, I llsten pat1ently and klnd
And try some word of counsel wlse to Plnd,
That may UU1d8 flery youth 1n pathways rlvht
For th1s alone, I llnger here tonlvht'
And I've been drawn by strong thoughts to th1s scene
To say some word for Class l95l'
I flnd awa1tJnv here many a pet1t1on,
I'll open them and read, w1th your permlsslon'
O dear' O dear' Wlth whlch shall I beglno
MISS Wanda Graham would know lf she may w1n
Success 1n l1terature'
In llterature' her composltlons falr,
Her penmanshlp but that's not here nor there
Who dares to say' 'mlS all 1D her own mlnd
that she suc ess or Fallure has to flnd'
What? Marllvn Novotny would really l1ke to SIHF'
Now, who would ever dream of such a thlnso
Well, 1? she has a VO1C9 and lt must be'
I'm sure the vlrl can SIUU for all of me'
What's th1s9 Jo Ann Weaver would l1ke to be a nurse
Well, now, that's vood' I'm sure she mlght do worse
There's always need of 1OVlUP heart and hand
To care for those who constant care demand,
Now what? Lou1e Kullanek would be a m1ll1ona1re
He knows not that creat wealth 13 but a snare
It he would store wlth truer wealth h1s rlnd,
Nore sat1sfaction he would surely P1Dd
Palllne Koch wrltes
She wants to he the
Nell' Well' She's
I'm sure I w1sh her
Etta Gtelllns would
a dalnty note,
cartaln of a boat
bound to w1n the pr1ze I Euess,
every known success'
be an actress Falr,
The 1dol op the publlc everywhere
she says she's won such honors here at school,
She feels 3mbltlOUS on the stave to rule
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The Senlor Play was entltled 'M'LISS' KMy Western
MISS, It was a comedy ln three acts, founded on the Brete
Harte Story It was presented on Aprll 20th to a full house
The Cast Included
GEORGE SMITH, known as WBUMMER,' the town loafer
M'LISS, h1s dauvhter Paullne Koch
JOHN GREY, the schoolmaster Dw1ght Garrett
YUBA BILL, a natlve Dale Helvey
MRS LENA NOFlITS, landlady of the WRoar1n Dogn Hotel
CLYTIE MOFFITS, her daughter JoAnn weaver
BESS STARLIGHT, an actress Etta Stelllng
CARTER LANGDON, her flance Larry Banahan
JUDGE McSNAFGLEY, the NLawW B111 Zabokrtsky
In the little mlning town of Smith's Pocket 1n the
Slerras llves Georre Smlgh and h1s vounv daughter M'L1ss
Smith is known as nBummer, the town loafer, for about the
only work he does is work a small cla1m occaslonallv, be
116V1ng that one day lt will yleld great wealth The only
one who shares h1s confldence 1S M'L1ss All others geer at
the old man Unbeknown to Smlth, a brother of h1s dled 1n
the east and left Smlth h1s entlre fortune Two schemers
from the east arrlve ln Smlths pocket fort1f1ed wlth thls
knowledge and plan to do awav wlth Smlth, pose as relat1ves
and a1n possesslon of t11S fortune Old Sm1th 13 kllled
and blame 18 placed on ycung John Grey the schoolmaster,
wlth whom M'L1ss 1S ln love h'L1ss clears the good name of
Grev and outwits the schemers
One mornlng about 6 OO A M s1x sleepy SeH10PS and
five JUHIOPS managed to get to the school house and fall in
a car We had breakfast 1n Beatrlce By the t1me we got to
Llncoln everybody was awake The places we v1s1ted were the
Penitentiary, Reformltory, Love Memorlal Llbrary, Golds Dept
Store, Antelope Park Zoo, K F A B and wendlln Baklng
Company After supper we all enwoyed a show By the t1me
the show was out we were all t1red so we started for home
we had a snack 1n Beatrlce before arr1v1ng home
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Klttenball, Dlller there
Back to School
Basketball, Jansen, here
Basketball, Reynolds, there
Pep Club Chr1stmas party
School Chrlstmas Party
Basketball, nndlcott, here
Basketball, Jansen, there
Basketball, Dlller, here
19 20 Basketball tournament, Falrbury
Basketball, Hollenberp, here
Essay and Speech Conte t, Knlghts of PYUYIHS
Basketball, Daykln, here
Jun1or Class Play
Volleyball tournament, Daykln
Skatlng Party, Falrbury
Sen1or Class Play
Local Declamatory Contest
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Barbara NIHKS, Carolvn Novotny, Marllvn Grone, Ethel Kulhanek,
Phyllls Lampe, and N133 Kennedy CSponsor'D
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In the fall, lOb8 ten students were found 1n the fresh
man class They seemed very 3m01t1OUS and oulckly elected
class offlcers as follows
P'SS1dSHt Phyllls Lampe
V109 Presldent Carolyn Novotny
Secretary Barbara N1nks
Treasurer Ethel Fulhanek
The remalnder of the class memoers were Narworle
Carmlchael, Pva Moorman, D1x1e Schoen, Lola Marks, Marllyn
Grone and Donald Hoffman They found they survlved 1n1t1a
t1on ln Eood COHdlt10n and settled down to a school term
devoted to thelr studles They were sponsored by Mlss
September of 'LO found most the same characters ready
for thelr sophomore year mlnus 3 of them These found mls
S1HE were Marworle Carm1chael, Fva Noorran, and Donald
Hoffman Then they found therselves the only all zlrl class
1n school These 1UdUStT1OUS zals dec1ded to make the best
of lt and elected class offlcers when ballots were counted
serve the sophomore class
Presldent D1x1e Schoen
Secretary Carolyn Novotny
Treasurer Phyllls Lampe
Student Counc1l Fthel Kulhanek
They enwoyed mUS1C and sports Mr Ehlers had the honor of
SPOUSOFIHU the only all U1rl class
In September of 1950, the class met w1th the1r sponsor,
MISS Kennedy and found they had d1m1n1shed to f1ve A class
of once ten was now half 1ts s1ze f1ye The members they
lost were D1x1e Schoen and Lola Marks The OFPICSPS were
Presldent Barbara Nlnks
Secretary Marllyn Grone
Treasurer Phyllls Lampe
Student Councll Carolyn Novotny
The class now began to make hlstory They presented
for thelr class olav, WThe Clue of the Red Ribbonn, 1n the
f1PSt part of February It was an all vlrl play and the
Junnors had to cast our s1de of class for some of the
They recenwed thelr class PIHES from the Herff Jones
Company December 22nd
They enwoyed part1c1pat1ng 1n mUS1C, sports, soeech,
and dramatics They are 100k1H2 forward to the1r senlor and
flnal year of school, when they w1ll be the class of 52 of
Steele Clty Hlgh School
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nThe Clue of the Red Ribbon,n an all girl play was pre-
sented bv the all girl Junior Class
The' cast included:
Janet ------------------- the hostess
on February 16, 1951.
Carol ----------------- her best friend ---------- Phyllis Lampe
Sissy -------------------- her
Mary Beth ---------------- her
Angy--' ------------------- her
Jerry -------------------- her
Mandy -------------------- her
Jane --------------------- her
Miss Summers -------------- chaperon-
The girls are vacationing at
when Mandy and Jane come in looking
Janet's summer cottage,
and acting like a couple
of hill billies They had overheard Janet tell Carol she
hopes her cousins aren't hicks and something happens so they
Miss Summers engagement ring dissappears and Mandy and
Jane solve the mystery and find Angy 1S the uilty one The
girls all be ome friends and they all stay of a two weeks
JUNIOR SLNIOR BANQUET and PROM
The Junior Class after much work presented the banquet
in honor of the Senior Class of 'Sl We chose the theme,
'April Showers The banouet was held in the lovely decor
ated church parlors on April 6th The table center was an
umbrella covered with crepe paper with lighted candle tapers
at each table Silver raindrops hanging about the table
brought out our theme nicely
The menu was as follows
Grapefruit Juice Cocktail
Mashed Potatoes Gravy
The Program was
A Welcome Shower
Medley of Spring
A Lucky Shower
When It Rains It
Leaf Rolls Butter Jelly
Cream Angel Food Cake
Songs Special Group
Pours JoAnn Weaver
The Prom was held in the high school gym, with decora
tions corresponding with the theme, WApr1l Showers Each
classman invited a guest to the prom Ne danced under
glittering raindrops and stars with a background of a rain
bow Punch was served as the couples engoyed an evening of
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Mr Ehlers CSponsorB B111 Zahokrtskv, Dwleht Garrett,
Larrv Banahan, Rlchard Eden, Sharon Rlddle, Beverlv Darllny,
Roger Never Donnle Banahan, Elalne Graff, Lorralne Kulhanek
On Deptember A there were ten sophomores who occupled
the seats 1n the second row of the assembly They were
Donnle Banahan Larrv Banahan Beverlv Darllnp, QlCh8Fd
Fden Dwuvht Garrett, Ela1ne Graff, Lorralne Kulhanek Roger
Mever, Sharon Rlddle and B111 Zabokrtskv
We chose as our class sponsor, Mr Fhlers The class
Ofp1C9PS are as Follows Presldent, Larrv Banahan, Secre
tarx, Bexerlv Darllnv and Treas1re, Dwleht Garrett We e
lected for Student Councll, Sharon Rlddle
On Sept 22nd the Sophomores sponsored the Freshmen
The hovs and U1FlS both took part ln soft ball and in
the wlnter the hovs partlc pated ln basketball and the P1FlS
1n vollev ball
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Dick Sampson, Carol Brel, Ila Kozak, Mardee Zabokrtsky,
Darlene Speth, Dale Helvey, and Mr Kaiser QSponsorJ
On September Ath, eivht vreen Freshman were 1n the as
semblv at Q OO waltlnz for the1r 1HStPUCt10nS about classes
and what thev were supposed to do These eleht were Carol
Rre1, Darlene Speth, Dor1s Eden, Mardee Zabokrtskv Ila
Kozak, Dale Helvev, D1ck Sampson, and Cec1l Fraham
Class off1 ers were elected durlnz th1s month and Ila
Kozak became the Presldent, Dorls Fden secreterv, Carol Bre1
treasurer, and Cec1l Graham was chosen for student councll
The freshmen class elected Nr Kalser to be thelr class
On the 22nd of September elsht oueer 100k1HV creatures
wear w1th shorts over the top, and three had on lone night
vowns mhev had an on1on around the1r neck and carrled a
bushel basket On closer v1ew these envht creatures were
the freshmen class, belnv 1n1t1ated ov the Sophomores In
the evenwng thev were the V1CtlW3 of manv practlcal okes
and later thev were rewarded w1th refreshments wruch con
s1sfed of sandw1ches and nop at the close of the even1nF
Gares and danclnn made the evenlnv st1ll more enwovable to
all the puplls 1H h Uh scrool
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BACK ROW: Mrs. McDonald, Victor Goldsberry, Barbara Jones,
Teddy Zabokrtsky, Charles Meyer, Gene Minks, Judy Zabokrtsky,
Dick Speth, Elaine Kuper.
SECOND ROW: Vernie Eden, Mary Ann Godden, Jimmy Speth, Kent
Sampson, Noel Ebeling, Bobby Minks, Mike Brown, Barbara
Stelling, Glenda Rae Noyotny, Eileen Manley, Bethel Stelling
FRONT ROW' Beverly Hendricks Bobby Graham, Sandra Noyotny,
Jolene Zabokrtsky, Gene Brel
BACK BOW David Sampson, Harold Seachord, Doyle Godden,
Yvonne Graham, Ronald Wilcox, Belva Cassell, Carol Lee Kelley,
FPONT ROW Gary Zabokrtsky, Gayle Eden, Dallas Speth,
Katharine Graham Esther Stelling Dwight Godden, Billy
Kulhanek, Laree Kay Greenwood, Linda Kuper
On October the 31st, the Pep Club sponsored a Halloween
Party We met at Wanda Graham's at 7 OO that evening for a
scavenger hunt We were divided into two groups and both
parties were spent to the Cemetery where we ran into some
ghosts After the scavenger hunt we returned to the school
house, where we danced and played a few games W than
served refreshments which were sandwiches, potato chips and
pop We danced a few more times and than we departed for
On December 22nd the whole school participated in this
year's Christmas Program It was held af the Church and it
started about 8 o'clock
Mrs McDonald, Mr Kaiser, and Mr McDonald helped to
make it a success
The Primary grades and Upper Grades participated in
this prograr The Girls Glee sang three songs through out
the evening They were, WThe First Nowelln, WJoy to the
Worldn, and NSilent Night W They were a companied at he
piano by Jo Ann Weaver
We hoped everybody enwowed it as much as we did
The Freshmen Class soonsored a return skating party for
the Pigh school at Fairburv, March 12th Endicott and
Diller high schools were invited, and also the alumni of
Steele City B111 Yabokrtsky and Lorraine Kulhanek were
elected the two most popular sophomores, after the high
school voted on them the Frlday before the party A large
crowd attended and every one had a xery good time We thank
the Freshmen for the ennoyable evening of fun
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On the nlght of Frldav, October the lith, lnstead of
bad luck, Steele C1tv had good luck The school house shone
w1th llghts, and looked l1ke a place of great 1mportance
The event The Steele City Carnlval
A large crowd was present to have an enqoyable t1me and
as lntended, they d1d The Mldway was very crowded w1th
ch1ldren and Wgrown ups' havlng the tlme of the1r lives
throwing confettl and b1OW1HF horns
On the M1dW8V were The Flsh Pond, Dart Throw Baseball
Throw, Basketball Throw Penny Toss, 2 Nheels of Chance, Can
Toss, Coke Bottle Toss, B B Cun Shoot, and the most 1mpor
tant thlng of all, the Lunch Counter, also the museum, and
The theme of the carnlval, was the Hlstory of Steele
CITV, and the entertalnment was set up on that bas1s A
hour program was presented bv the entlre school w1th the
hlgh school, and upper grades belng 1n the program of the
HISUOPV of Steele C1ty, and the Prlmary Room S1nF1HE two
After the program, was an auct1on held, and the w1nner
oF the door prlze was determlned, the pr1ze go1ng to Beverly
The carnlval was made posslble bv the cooperatlon and
that our efforts were successful bv the happy smlles of our
STA F AND LIBRARY
The next prowect that took place ln our school after
the carn1val was the bulldung of the stage and the collect
1on of books For our llbrary
The old commerclal room adwolnlng the asserblv now con
st1tutes our stage The carpenter work was donated t1me of
the School Board members and Nr Franzen Thev generously
came up evenlngs and worked wlth lt The floor was ralsed 2
Ft and the south wall was completely devoted to shelves
plus our or1g1nal shelf cwpboards we had Th1s makes a
n1ce home for the over 1500 books now lncluded 1U our l1b
rary The parents and frlends of the town and school gra
clouslv donated for our use, books wh1ch thev had The
school students were sent out to D1Ck up the books he
thlnk thls a wonderfully great lmprovement to our school
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Mr Kaiser, Mr Ehlers, Bill Zabokrtsky, Dwight Garrett,
Lou1e Kulhanek, Richard Eden, Dale Helvey, Larry Banahan,
Dick Sampson, Donnie Banahan, Roger Meyer
Elght boys made up our basketball souad th1s year
They were LOU1e Kulhanek, Rlchard Eden Larry Banahan,
Donn1e Banahan, Dwlght Garrett B111 Zabokrtsky, D1ck
Samoson, and Dale Helvey
The f1PSL team conslsted of B111 Zlbokrtsky, Center,
Larry Banahan, Forward, Rlchard Eden, Forward, Loule
Kulhanek, Guard, and Donn1e Banahan, Guard
Of the ten regularly scheduled games, Steele Clty man
aged to w1n only two The bes1 games of the season were
came a 8 17 lead to surge ahead late 1n the th1rd Puarter
But after 1OS1Hg three of the f1PSt team by fowls, Daykln
went ahead to w1n 31 27 The return game at Steele C1ty was
another close game, EOIHU 1nto an overtlme Here agaln the
Bulldogs were hurt where two men fowled out, lettlng Daykln
wln 23 20
Slnce the Bulldogs w1ll lose only one squad member thls
year, we w1ll be lOOk1HF forward to watchlng a much more ex
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these played against Daykin. At Daykin, Steele City over-
Cheerleaders Sharon Rlddle, Dor1s Eden, Mardee Zabokrtsky
FRONT ROV Etta Stelllng, Wanda Graham, Paul1ne Foch,
Barbara NlHkS, Narllvn Novotny, Jo Ann Weaver, Carolvn
Novotny, Beverly Darllnz, Carol Brel, M155 Kennedy CSoonsorJ
SVCOND ROW Elalne Graff, Lorralne Kulhanek, Darlene Speth,
Phvllls Lampe, lla Ko ak, Mar1lyn Grone, and Ethel Kulhanek
W1th the f1TSt SIEHS of basketball 1n the a1r, the Pep
Club was organlzed w1th the followlng Off1C9FS
Presldent Phyllls Lampe
Secretary and Treasure Narllyn Novotny
Besldes keeping up the school sp1r1t through the clever
Pep Rall1es before games, and yelllng Wlth all thelr m1FhtS
at games The Cheerleaders were selected by the ent1re
school They were, Sharon Rlddle, Mardee Zabokrtsky, and
Dorls Eden The Pep
and Gum at every home
The Pep Club has
one enwoved them very
helped up in plannlng
Club sold Pop Corn, Pop, Candy Bars,
also sponsored two partles, and every
much Our sponsor, Mlss Kennedy, has
BACK ROW Louie Kulhanek, Roger Meyer, JoAnn Weaver, Marllyn
Grone, Dor1s Eden, Darlene Speth, Dale Helvey, Ethel Kulhanek,
Rlchard Eden, Paullne Koch, Beverly Darllng, Donnle Banahan
SECOND ROW Elalne Graff, Lorralne Kulhanek, D1ck Sampson,
Larry Banahan, Mardee Zabokrtsky, Phyllls Lampe, Ila Kozak
FIRST ROW B1ll Zabokrtsky, Dw1ght Garrett, Sharon Rlddle,
Wanda Graham, Etta Stelllng, Marllyn Novotny, Carolyn Novotny,
Barbara Mlnks, Carol Brel
we started oux Du 1C t year o ore HlZ1HZ a Club v
elected Narllyn Novotny as Presldent, Sharon Rlddle as V1ce
Presldent, and Ethel Yulh nek Secretary Jo Ann feaver
served as our accompanlst
Tre G1rl's Chorus sane three numaers at the Chrlstmas
provram, WhlCh was held at the church The son s they sang
were, 'Joy to the world, 'Sllent N1 Itg and lhe F rst Noeln
The G1rl's Chorus fave a chor l soeech for Church one
Sunday I was a spec1al number, The Lost Chord
MUSIC was presented by the g1PlS for the Junlor and
Senlor Class Plays, under the d1rect1on of Mr Kalser
The trlo, sextette, and G1rl's Chorus preserted a
Varlety of numbers durlnv the Iuslc Contest held at Endlcott
Nebr ska, larch 26 The tr1o COHSlSt9d of Ph,ll1s Lampe,
Carolyn Novotny, and Marllyn Novotnv The sextette consls
ted of Paullne Koch, Phxllls Lampe, Barbara Nlnks, Carolyn
Novotny, Marllyn Novotny, and Sharon hlddle The chorus
consl ted of the mayor part of the glrls 1n hlgl school
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SVCOND ROW Dale Helvev, Lorraine Kulhanek, Ethel Kulhanek,
Larry Banahan, Nanda Graham, Sharon Riddle, Dick Sampson,
Beverly Darling, Carolvn Novotny, Richard Eden
FBONT ROW Phyllis Lampe, Dwight Garrett, Barbara Minks
The Broadcast was the name chosen for the school paper
in the year 19bh. It has continued to maintain this name
for seven years. The paper is published monthly and it con-
tains social events, jokes, school news, school board news,
and sports. All pupils in the high school, grades, and com-
munity enjoyed it very much.
The Staff for this year was:
Co-Editors ------------------------------------- Phyllis Lampe
Art Editor ----------------------------------- Carolyn Novotny
Junior-Senior News ---------------------------- Ethel Kulhanek
Freshman-Sophomore News ------------------------ Sharon Riddle
Grade News --------------------------------- Lorraine Kulhanek
Social Events ----------------------------------- Wanda Graham
Sports ------------------------------------------ Richard Eden
School Board News ------------------------------- Dick Sampson
Circulation Mar. ----------------------------- Beverly Darling
Typist ------------------------- Staff K Office Practice Class
Nimeovraph ------------------------------------ Dwivht Garrett
BACK ROW Dwight Carrett, Larrv Banahan Roper Meyer, Dale
Helvey, Mr Fhlers CSponsorJ
Pauline Koch Barbara Minks ,
The Annual Staff was verv busy this year getting out
our vearbook, The Bulldov
The staff qourneyed to Fairbury one day to sell ads and
then the boys sold ads in Steele City The staff also made
short trips to Diller and Hollenberg The staff has worked
hard all the time and was sometimes verv discouraged but
everyone who helped decided that they had not worked in
vain but produced a record of the events of 1950 1951
The Annual Staff is as follows
Editor Marilyn Novotnv
Assistant Editor Jo Ann Weaver
Business Manager Larrv Banahan
Circulation Manager Dwivht Farrett
Managing Fditor Pauline Koch
Sports Editor Dale Helvev Rover Meyer
Class Editor ---------------------------- Beverlv Darlinv
Girls' Activitv Editor ------------------ Beverlv Darling
Activities Editor ---- ------- Jo Ann WeaVer-P3u1ine Koch
Art Editor ------------------------ ------- -Barbara Minks
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Barbara Mlnks, Etta Stelllngf, Wanda Graham, Carol Bre1,
Ethel Kulhanek, Dorls Eden, Dale Helvey
W.E. McDonald Csponsorl, Ila Kozak, Pauline Koch,
SPEECH AND DPALATICS CLASS
In our flrst H9Ct1Hg we elected class OfflC6PS as fol
lows Presldent, Janda Graham, Secretary, Barbara Mlnks,
Treasurer, Dor1s Eden
Early 1n the year, the class wrote, cast and produced
NThe Steele C1ty Pageant,W a humorous FISTOFY of the found
lng and development of th1s area
They also wrote and presented 10 mlnute or1Q1nal ora
tlons for the Knlghts of Pythlas Speech contest They were
t1tled NTurn1n9 Po1nts 1n HISUOPW N The entr nts were,
Paul1ne Koch, Dor1s Eden Barbara Mlnks, Janda Graham, and
Carol Brel The wlnners were, f1PSt place, Paullne hoch,
Second was Barbara B1HkS and thlrd, vanda Graham
Janda Fraham presented a humorous readlng, HA Lesson 1n
Salesmanshlpn at the JUHIOF Ulass Play
The Local Ueclamatory Contest was held May Lth, at 8 OO
1n the Hlgh School Assembly Entrants and selectlons
Carol Brel The Un Weddlng
Barbara M1DkS Wutherlng Helghts
Dorls Eden Tomorrow Call Me Anne
Dale Helvey The Secret Llfe of walter Mltty
Cecll Graham The Ecllpse
Ftta Stelllng J, an
Janda Graham Why Mother's Go W1ld
Glrls M111 be G1PlS wanda Graham and Carol Brei
WThe Dormant Herltagen Mardee Zabokrtsky
WTruant Husbandsn Etta Stelllng and Marllyn Grone
nShe Goes the Roundsn Ethel Kulhanek
and vanda Graham
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Graln Weed Fr1nd1ng and MIXWHE
Hollenberg, Kansas Steele Clty, Nebraska
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lWher'e Students get Toegetherl
Steele City Nebraska
Local and Long Distant Hauling'
V Phone AO 51 E St
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1951
HOME FOR FUNERALS
TRAUM5 FUNERAL HOME
Roy M Traum MORTICIAN
Ambulance Service Falrbury Nebraska
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A Special Cake CP QS .Sb For Each Occasion
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Lumber cement Palnt
Hardware and Coal
John D Meyer
FARMERS GRAIN CO
Dealers for Graln
Coal and Feeds
SUR GAIN FEEDS
For All Llvestock
For All Poultry
West Slde Square
Phone 305 508 D St
Congratulat1ons to the Class
Mrs RW Green General Manager
Congratulatlons Class '51
MOON AND :SUN
Falrbury slnce 1886
MAX 5 RANDALL '5
L16 E St Phone 83
F1PSt Door West of Mary Etta Hotel
FAIRBURY LOCK ER
Phone h7 SOO D St
Cold Storage and Frozen Foods
Where Our PPOf1tS
Convratulatlons SSH1OPS of 1051
YEAKLE AND JENSE
McCorm1ck DSSPIHE Machlnery
Lumber Cement, and Palnt
Chester Weaver, Mgr
M9 LUCAS WIEBE
Phill1ps 66 Products
Chevrolet Sales R Servlce
Phone 66 D1ller, Nebr
' SUDEHCY co.
onzratu1at1ons Class of '51
MOS I MANS
Miss and Mrs
Congratulatlons to C1ass of 1951
Natlonally Advertlsed Brands
BROWNS SHOE FIT C0
A F1t For Every Foot
East Slde Fa1rbury, Nebraska
HESTEDS STORES C0
5 10 25 100 Stores
NA L1tt1e Out of the Way
It Pays to Walkn
516 D St Falrbury, Nebraska
Nat1ona11y Known Furnlture
Congratulatlons Class of '51
Congratulat1ons Class of W51n
POLLY SHOE STORE
A Frlendly Store
A Fr1end1y Town
Congratulations Class of "51" E U
MAX G LOGAN
Insurance Warm Manavement
J E EHLER5 MOTOR CO
Cars and Trucks Farm Eoulpment
309 F St Phone 39
Used Car Lot 1217 E St
RALPH E TURNER AND SON
A1115 Chalmers Hudson Cars
Securlty Sat1SfaCt1OH Servlce
J I Case Farm Equlpment
Sales and Service
bth and G St Phone 199
Ford Mercury Tractor
N M Farm Machlnery
Convratulatlons '51' er s
G K RUBBER WELDER5
Tractor Truck Car
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Sales-Service Ph. 206 Fairbury Nebraska
MOSS LAW OFFICE
208 Flrst National Bank Bldg
S Moss M61V1H Moss
Attorneys at Law
DD E B ACKERMAN
MAX A DENNEY
COU NTY ATTOQNEY
Fa1rbury Nebraska '
Drs Hull and Hull
Phone 60 Phone 180
Over Golden Rule Store
fflce Closed Thursdax Afternoon
Clerk of the Court
Closed Everv Thursday Afternoon
WD. NEVI LLE DDS. ' Dentists
CITY INVESTLENT CONPANY
And Sales Flnance S1nce l923
Flrst Natlonal Bank Bldg
St Paul and Columbla
Tel 2637 Steele City
Home of Lower Prlced Foods
Fa1rbury's Complete Food Market
Qual1ty Grocerles And Meats
At Lowest Prlces
Bl LO MARKET
M21 D St
WPhotovraphs L1ve Forever'
Slh D St Phone 83
Ed Patton, Owner
Zh hour servlce
KLEAN KLOSE SHOD
605 5th St .
Launderers and Cleaners
W.W. Palmer Local Avent
Steele City Nebraska
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PA DU I5 HARDWARE
Complete Line of Hardware
Repalr Work of All Klnds
We appreclate your BUSIUBSS
Steele C1ty Nebraska
EARL NUTTER 5
usio CAR EXCHANGE
We Have all K1nds
Sold and Bought
Steele C1ty Nebraska
Gas, O11 Greases
Propane gas Appl1ances
Steele Clty Nebraska
C A Darllng Prop
Phone 2h9l Steele City Nebr
D1nners and Lunches
Steele City Nebraska
Congratulations to the Senlors
LAWIPE' 5 GROCEQY
5 Jr Earl STALEXS
ZOELLIN and NOVOTNY CONGRATULATIONS
Service Station and Garage I N
Steele Clty Nebraska Steele C1ty, Nebraska
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Deposlt Insurance COPDOF3t1OH
Congratul tlons, Graduates
for four years of hard work well done May our very best
wlshes for your success and happlness follow vou wherever the
path mav lead
THE FAIRBURY STATE BANK
NA Frlendly Bank 1n Frlendly Falrburyn
Nember of Federal Deposlt Insurance Co
The Steele Clty Hlgh School wishes to
express 1ts thanks and appreclatlon for the
support and cooperatlon of the buslness and
professlonal men who have m4de thls pub
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