Steele City High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Steele City, NE)

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P Class President Class Secretary Annual Editor Broadcast Co-Editor Music Music Clinic Music Contest Pep Club President Pep Club Carnival Queen Volleyball Softball Junior Class Play Senior Class Play BABBP-B-A 1111145 Dramatics C Q Class Vice-President M Class Secretary Student Council President Annual Staff M 2 Broadcast Editor C H Music Contest Music 1 Pep Club Dramatlcs Junior Class Play Senior Class Play Librarian Music Clinic Volleyblill CAROLYN uovonfi Soma "The G01 den Ag MQ e is Be 1, ore UB, Not Behind USN il!-452 2213 nt-Smog Whit. F10lfER 3,l, l 1+ 3 1,2,3 1, 1,2,3 2. 1,2,3,l+ 2 1,2,3 1 2 lr I+ lv 1,2,3 1-,2,3 192,391+ 1 1-,3,l+ 1, 3,1 1,2 12293 1,2 1,2 3, 1, 2 1041151 Cfaaa ,Maier In the school tenm beginning l9L8, ten students were found composing the Freshmen class. They were very ambitious and eager to start out high school correctly, and they did so by electing class officers: President--Phyllis Lampe Vice President--Carolyn Novotny Secretarye--Barbara Minks Treasurer---Ethel Kulhanek Their other classmates were Marjorie Carmichael, Eva Moor- man, Dixie Schoen, Lola Marks, Marilyn Grone, and Donald Hoffman. Their sponsor was Miss Taylor. The Freshmen were surprised to find that they survived Initiation. In l9h9, the same faces were back in the brick building on the hill, minus three of them. They then became the only all girl class, and continued this today. Officers were elected: President--Dixie Schoen Secretarye--Carolyn Novotny Treasurer--Phyllis Lamps Student Council--Ethel Kulhanek Mr. Ehlers was our sponsor. The class enjoyed music and sports. Miss Kennedy our sponsor for the following year, 1950, met with us, and we found we had dimished to five. The officers were: President--Barbara Minks Secretaryh-Marilyn Grone Treasurere-Phyllis Lampe Student Council--Carolvn Novotny The Class was making history by the presentation of their play HThe Clue of the Red Ribbonn, which was an all girl play. They showed excellent taste as a class by choosing beautiful class rings from the Herff Jones Co. They made an eventful year by participating in music, sports, speech, and dramatics, and they were looking forward to their Senior and final year in S.C.H.S. The following school tenn 1951-52, found the same faces in the Senior Class. They elected officers and found they were to be the same as the previous year. President--Barbara Minks Secretaryb-4Harilyn Grone Treasurer--Phyllis Lampe Student Council--Ethel Kulhanek-Carolyn Novotny 1041151 Jimi YM an lifammf we the Class of '52, in the village of Steele City, being in a good mental condition as usual, and in much better temper than usual, do hereby make this, our last will and testament. In this manner we hereby dispose of our possessions. we the Seniors, bequeath to the faculty, the ability to han- dle the Assembly after we leave. To our HSpecial Palsn the Junior Class, we forward to them our well worn history Ucrib notesn. ' To the Silly Sophomores we leave our highly developed skill for escaping tests, etc. To the Green Freshmen we leave our many accomplishments we have made with the teachers. I, Marilyn Grone, bequeath to LaRhee Greenwood my ability of always falling down while roller skating, and to Darlene Speth, my skill in riding horses. To Elaine Graff, I leave my slim waistline, and to Cecil Graham, I leave my ability to always get to school on time. I, Ethel Kulhanek, bequeath to Gary Zabokrtsky my ability to work for hours and accomplish nothing, also all of my old shoes so he won't have to borrow the other girls. To Mardee Zabokrtsky I leave my ability to play volleyball with a football technique, and also her old roller skating pal. To Larry Banahan, I leave all of my old History notes, I got them from someone else anyway, and on his desk a big snowdrift to supply him with snow to put down the girls necks. To Carol Brei, I leave my shy ways with men, she can probably make better use of it than I can. I, Phyllis Lampe, will my singing ability to Donnie Graff. Being the only overlyhanxious graduate, I leave my industry to Dale Helvey. To Bill Zabokrtsky, I leave my winning ways with the teachers, and my enonnous empty taffy sack. To Sharon Riddle my many pairs of saddle oxfords which I never keep clean, and my unused air mail stamps. I, Barbara Minks, bequeath to Billy Kulhanek, my ability to talk all the time, and not say anything. To Doris Eden, I leave my useless ambition. To Richard Eden, I leave all my empty gum wrappers, which he was kind enough to return after using the gum, and my many moments of giggling. To Dick Sampson I leave my ability to run.down stairs, and my likeness for dancing. I, Carolyn Novotny, will my love for dancing to Ronald Wilcox. To Lorraine Kulhanek I will my ability to eat quantities of lucious food, and not get over weight. To Donnie Banahan I will my beautiful penmanship because I think he could get more good out of it than anyone in S.C.H.S. T0 I18- KOZ8-k I 198V6 be- hind not succeeding to date certain boys who I like, when I like. To 'Beverly Darling I will my long sometimes beautiful, most of the time straight hair. Also my skill in coming home late at night without waking my folks. 1041151 E p"0l0AOCg NSteele City, Nebraska makes newsn, says an N.B.C. news commentator as he tells the story of the Class of l952, and their progress in the happenings of the world. Wln this year 1972, we are boarding the cruiser Good Fortune which is sailing for Russia. Ethel Kulhanek is found aboard. This prominent lawyer is pacing the upper deck waiting impatiently for her discussions with Joseph Stalin Jr. The ship will dock in France and she will meet Carolyn Novotny. It seems that Carolyn has 'achieved the position of the world's famous clothes designer for leading ladies.U nwhile on a sight seeing tour last year they met their old school mate Phyllis lampe. She has become a special piano instructor in the Ecole Elementaire. Ethel made a short stop at London for business purposes and persuaded her old friends to accompany her. While shopping in a department store they saw Barbara Minka. She had come to England to practice Interior Decorating. While returning from an afternoon tea they saw Marilyn Grone finishing a hard tiresome day of bookkeeping. But her face lightened as she saw the Class of '52 from S.C.H.S. The class will accompany Ethel to her destination to give moral support.U WThey will all board the Good Fortune, and will talk over the many experiences that have befallen them in the past twenty years.n WQQWJLZ, game Qi 10411 ?44443GGGGQGGQGGGGGGGM6446444444444644444444444444444GdG464464GGGGGGG64444464644444 adn September September Sept mber October October Nbv mber November November December December December December December December December January January January January January January February February February February February February February March April April May May dlf' 1221 3 ----------------- ----- ------ -----School started 2l-- ---------- -- --------------- Freshmen Initiation 28-- ------- ear e----e-ee-Q af1:-f- ------ --Carnival 15---- ------ --------- ---- Junior Skating Party 25-26s --Q--Le ---- 11-1:2--1: ----- e:Teachers Convention 2 ------ ef--1: -:---- -- ---::- -- ---- e1:Junior Class Play 20::::ff -------::--: : ---- ee-Basketball, Endicott, here 27- ---------------- ---------Basketball, Diller, here A ----- -- ----- -- ---- ----Basketball, Daykin, here 7------ ------ -------Basketball, Plymouth, there -18:2-ff:-T-SFa--ye--aa-ee1ffBasketball, Reynolds, here 19-2: ---- :iee F:--asa:---I --P 1aef:Christmas Program 20--eff-e -ee-- -aaa be--aw-Volleyball, Odell, here 21----------- ----------- -School Christmas party 22-Jan. 2ee,e:::aa ---- e--e,--- as--Christmas Vacation 1222 11-.---- ----------------Basketball, Diller, there 15fe--2: -:eelfVolleyball, Plymouth, there 16---::- 1:24a-2:-Volleyball, Odell, there 16-18-19----- ------- Basketball Tournament, Fairbury 22------ ------ - ---- ---------Senior pictures taken 25 ------ 1.--......-.....--....- 5 --------- -------- ----------------Basketball, naykin, there Essay Contest, Knights of Pythias ---Basketball, Hollenberg, there 1iCounty Government, Junior Class 6:- 12------ 2:---Basketball, Hollenberg, here n,--- ---ea J -------- fa:wef:::ff-----YhTeen Style Show ,e::f:Basketba1l, Endicott, there 15 a-aa 2O-21f------ ---- --Volleyball Tournament, Plymouth 1L-::-- a A-f::i11:::afai-f-Senior Class Play 1- -fefee eJunior-Senior Banquet 7--- ---- ---- 18 Pav- Yeee --- 11 ---- -- e ------- ---------sneak nay A'f1H iffe::i:::ee--Baccalaureate 162-2--.ZW P - a ea--:e-:fe S e:ee::+ffCommencement VLLhlDLbhUDDDDELDWDVWDUDVDVUVVUDDVDUWDDVVVWUVDUDVVDVDDDVDVVWVyVVWVWVVWVDVLDDVVVWDDU X I 'Www 41151 10 union! BACK ROW: Larry mnahan, Bill Zabokrteli, Dwight Garrett, Richard Eden, and Mr. Kaiser fSponeor . FRONT ROW: Sharon Riddle, Beverly Darling, Donald Banahan, Elaine Graff 5 and Lorraine Kulhanek. 9.1552 EQTIQ 'The Future Belongs To Those Who Prepare For It" t .9122 SLJLOES. Red and White 2-5.5: Carnation 51 e 1 041 ' 1 unior gfada In the fall of l9L9 an event of stellar importance occurred at Steele City High School. The greatest freshmen class in the history of the school was to begin climbing the ladder of schol- arship, achievement, service, and all of those facets of educa- tion which high school pupils strive to assimilate. We numbered ten strong boasting such distinguished person- ages in our midst as Donald Banahan, Larry Banahan, Beverly Darling, Richard Eden, Dwight Garrett, Elaine Graff, Lorraine Kulhanek, Roger Meyer, Sharon Riddle, and Bill Zabokrtsky. Our first exposure to the mis-guided ways of the upper classmen befell us one day when certain initiation ceremonies were administered by the Sophomore class as their warning to be- ware of the powers that be Cnamely--Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Pupilsl. Rapidly learning the ways and means of getting along in high school we moved on to our Sophomore year. Roger Meyer left the class early in the year thus diminishing the group to its present number of nine. The Freshmen class which followed us into high school had been wary of the evils to befall them if they did not properly recognize the most important group. They properly and im ediately had a party in honor of our class and gave us further distinction by choosing Bill Zabokrtsky and Lorraine Kulhanek as most popular Sophomore boy and girl. We congratulate this group for their wise action. The Class Play, The Class Ring, The Class Party, and our toast to those charming young ladies who comprised the Senior Class of '52 were some of the many memorable -experiences which have befallen us during our present JUNIOR YEAR. We wish to extend our best wishes to all of those pupils and teachers who have done so much to make our third year in S.C.H.S. the time of our lives. 1041151 Om 0l'e CALM BACK ROW: Hr. Larldn fSponsorl, Dale Helvey, Itlchard Sampson FRONT RIN: Darlene Speth, Carol Brei, Hardee Zabokrtsky, Ila Kozak, and Doris Eden. fCecil Graham not pictured, Among the greater things that happened in the years of 50 and 51, eight green freshmen entered high school for the first time to begin their Freslman year. These freshmen were: Ile Kozak, who became Class President, Doris Eden, Secretary, Carol Brei, Treasurerg and Cecil Graham, Student Council representative Other class melbers: Dale Helvey, Dick Sampson, Hardee Zabokrtsky, and Darlene Speth. Hr. Kaiser became our class sponsor. In our Sophomore year, we find Hardee Zabokrtsky, Pres- ident, Ile Kozak, Secretaryg Doris Bien, Treasurer, and Dale Helvey and Hardee Zabolmtsky represent the class on the Student Council. Hr. Larkin is our class sponsor, Now we're in the year of fifty one-and fifty two. These are the things we eight strive to do: We've no more and we've no less, but we are a little max-'ter ive 508885, First cane ourteacherswewilltrytoplease, Second cones :ill the work we do with great ease, Third ccmes our class we eight hope to leave, And fourth is our wish the Juniors to relieve. ww 1041151 QPBJAIYIBII BACK RDW: Billy Kulhanek, Mrs. Eichman CSponsorD and Gary Zabolcrtsky. FRONT ROW: Ronald Wilcox, LaRhee K. Greenwood, and Donald Graff. Q This year five new Freshmen entered Steele City High School gazing at the strange classrooms and the antics of the upper classmen. Clase Officers were: Ronald Wilcox, President, Donald Graff Secretary, and Billy Kulhanek, Treasurer. Mrs. Eichman became our sponsor. During the year we found that we were able to survive the dreaded initiation and abuse of the almight tenth, eleventh, and twelfth graders. we managed to find time between studies and activities to have a return party for the Sophomore class whom we wanted to thank for the pleasant manner in which they took care of us during the first few weeks of school. .9 N ,L P . gi xxx: W, . M150 wif Q g351g4:31:.Qi:' A Efgmw.,g,1i,.W , . ,mf-1 --,f,,px-yfqfv D fx M 5 - -x ., . ww -4,...W,M m Q I ., hw w iv , X 5Q,..wLJZ.LL..W Wm M ' .4 5-na. my :Q X.. .. ,, ,, i. ,es 'gg ,F yr 6 , X 3 X H XM H Q w - 5 x g, .U Q N R eb f ,sp y f " X f w 'Q X A + 5 4 ff 33? Vi YYY ML- figs Vwf q' V 111:53 9 M, , ss Q if 4 Ji. . K :H V -4 Emi' 4. .f A is P Q Q ,gf f Qi sw? M . K .-im" 1 -' '.:, 1 3 K7 Q Mg Q R J 35 fksiir CSN f f ff X N 4?5X I wx X ,wwf v m . A-9 ' I I ff f v 1041i51 STUDENT COUNCIL FR M THE LEFT: Gary Zabokrtsky, Mardee Zabokrtsky, Mr. Kaiser CAdvisorD, Ethel Kulhanek, Carolyn Novotny, Beverly Darling, Dwight Garrett, LsRhee Green- wood, and Dale Helvey The Student Council was organized during the third week of September. The Council was composed of two members from each class-preferably one boy and one girl. we elected officers for the school tenm as follows: President--Carolyn Novotny Secretaryh-Beverly Darling Treasurer--Ethel Kulhanek Our sponsor, Mr. Kaiser, assisted us in framing our Consti- tution. This group established an award system to be used for the High School students. 1041151 Y-TENS BACK HN: Lavonne Graham, Sharon Riddle, Mardee Zabokrtsky, Carol Brei, Darlene Speth, Ila Kozak, Beverly Darling, LaRhee Greenwood, and Carol Kelly. FRONT RW: Elaine Graff, Linda Kuper, Lorraine Kulhanek, and Doris Eden. The I-Teens were reorganized this year. 'lhe group had the opportunity to have several special activities outside of regular school work most important of which was participation in Christmas and benefit programs and a. Style Show which took place February lhth, 1952. The group extends its sincere appreciation to its sponsors: Hrs. Ethel Kelly and Hrs. Dorothy Helvey, and all others who made our year a most successful and pleasant one, 1041151 in-mnslll PEP CLUB BACK ROW: Mr. Kaiser CCo-Sponsorl, Carolyn Novotny, Sharon Riddle, Carol Brei, Darlene Speth, Mr. McDonald CSponsorl. FRONT ROW: Marilyn Grone, Barbara Minka, Phyllis Lampe, Doris Eden, Lorraine Kulhanek, Elaine Graff, Mardee Zab- okrftsky, and Ethel Kulhanek. CHEER LEADERS: LaB.hee Greenwood, Beverly Darling, Ila. Kozak With the first signs of basketball in the air, the Pep Club was organized with the following officers: President-Sharon Riddle Secretary---Mardee Zabokrtsky Treasurer--Beverly Darling The group kept up the school spirit by having clever Pep Rallies before games, and yelling with all their mights at games. The Cheerleaders were'selected by the entire school, They were: Beverly Darling, C'LaRhee Greenwood, and Ila Kozak. The Pep Club sold pop corn, pop, candy bars, and gum at every home game. T 1041151 -v THEHILLDOG BACK BOW: Beverly Darling, Carol Brei, Hardee Zabokrtsky, Sharon Biddle, Richard Eden, Larry Banahan, Bill Zabokrtsky, Donald Banahan, and Dwight Garrett. FRONT ROW: Lorraine Kulhanek, Ethel Kulhanek, Barbara Minks Carolyn Novotny, and Phyllis Lamps. The annual staff was very busy this year getting out our yearbook, The Bulldog. The Staff is as follows: Editor l fsBarbara Minka Assistant Editor as as a 1 i S as Ethel Kulhanek Assistantlaaa a alorraine Kulhansk Blsiness Managers as S S Larry Bana.ha.n Assistants fAdvertisingI--1-----Bill Zabokrtsky and Richard Eden Circulation Manager as s S S as A Dwight Garrett Assistant Carol Brei and Donald Bnahan Managing Editor-A S as aPhyJlis Lamps Sports Editors A S S a Cecil Graham Class Editors fBeverly Darling Girls' Activity Eiitor S Sharon Riddle and Mardee Zabokrtsky Activities Editor Ila Kozak. and Beverly Darling Art Riitor S A s S aCarolyn Novotny 1041151 THE BROADCAST BACK RCW: Richard Eden, Dwight Garrett , Bill Zabokrtslq, Larry Banahan, Donald Banahan, Carol Brei, Darlene Speth, Ila Kozak, Beverly Darling, LaRhee Greenwood, Elaine Graff, Sharon Riddle, Mardee Zabokrtsky, Doris Eden. FRONT ROW: Ethel Kulhanek, Marilyn Grone, Lorraine Kulhanek, Barbara Hinks, Carolyn Novotny, Phyllis Lamps. The paper is published monthly and it contains social events, jokes, school news, school board news, and sports. The Staff for this year: Editon C 1 eC ee A CC B e -Carolyn Novotny Circulation Manag Elaine Graff-Sharon Riddle Junioxvsenior News CC a a e we as B C Lorraine Kulhanek Sophomore NewsC a :C C B C B H-Mardee Zabokrtsky Upper Grade News :f-C we eCC C eC e eeDarlene Speth Primary Grade News- a B CC so Carol J. Brei Sportse as C 2'-1 C C eC Cecil Graham Gossigr as C CC as Beverly Darling-Ila Kozak Advertising and Mimeographsmg ght, Larry, Donnie, Richard, and Bill School Board Newse as C :Hill Zabokrtslq Typists B as ee- CC CC B Staff Social Events- as a Ce-as Barbara Minka Freshmen Newsee e B as C C Lalihee Greenwood Library News :CC C C Doris Eden j 1041151 BASKETBALL FROM THE LEFT: Mr. Larlcin CCoachD, Donald Banahan, Ronald Wilcox, Gary Zabokrtsky, Dale Helvey, Larry Banahan, Dwight Garrett, Hill Zabokrtsky, Richard Eden, Richard Sampson, Billy Kulhanek, and Donald Graff . Eleven boys made up our basketball squad this year. Members of the first team were: Donnie Banahan, Larry Banahan, Richard Eden, Dwight Garrett, Dale Helvey, and Bill Zabokrtsky. The team played its regular Pioneer Conference schedule plus two games with Hollenberg, Kansas Rural High School. Five members of the team are Juniors and will be returning to the squad next year for the final training period in basket- ball before they graduate. 1041151 VOLLEYBALL BACK ROW: Darlene Speth, Sharon Riddle,' Marilyn Grone, Mardee Zabokrtsky, Beverly Darling, Carol Brei, Elaine Graff, and Mr. Kaiser CCoachD. FRONT ROW: Doris Eden, LaRhee Greenwood, Lorraine Kulhanek, Ethel Kulhanek, and Ila Kozak. The call for volleyball practice rang through the halls of old S.C.H.S. in early October. The clatter of shoes on the stairs on their way to the gm, made one wonder if a cyclone had hit Games Lost Games Won Diller Endicott Daykin Reynolds Plymouth Odell Odell We had practice games with Plymouth and Odell. We had an easy victory over Odell, but lost to Plymouth. We purchased new suits this year. The funds for the suits came from the Pep Club Treasury. Q ILL' , M 95 xxx 1 , M K- XQf X1q,, I fi' ff' A f :V , . br, ff X Q W E, W jx 1 fix X-.XX A XQ X X x X ' 0 . ' , XY 1G4li5 vwwj CARNIVAL On the night of September 22, l95l, the Steele City High School held its annual carnival. we had a smaller crowd than we anticipated, but everyone had a good time. A minstrel show was put on by the pupils of the Steele City School, under the direction and supervision of Mr. McDonald. Some attractions which caught all eyes were: c dart throw, baseball throw, pannyhtoss, and othe School girls took turns working in the lunchroom. CHRISTMAS PROGRAM onfetti stand, rs. The High On the evening of December 19th the school pupils and the prewschool Sunday school class, had a Christmas program at the church. Carol Brei began the program with a reading, followed by the little folks giving readings and singing songs. Th gave a play and a few songs. The High School YLTe numbers. The program was well attended. CHRISTMAS PARTY On December 22, 1951, the high school had Christmas party. All the students seemed very didn't know if it was because vacation was near or cause Santa had made his annual visit. After treats were given to the students, by the gifts were opened with great joy. Then greet Christmas and Happy New Yearn were exchanged and s missed until January 2, 1952. PRIMARY ROGM e gram er room ens sang three their annual happy, but we if it was be- the teachers, ings of "Merry chool was dis- BACK ROW: Ji my Speth, Kent Sampson, Muriel Wrigley, Vickie Goldsberry, Ronald Garrett, Mrs. McDonald, Robert Garrett, gg Teddy zammslq, Bobby Minks, an o y r 5 ey. SECOND ROW: Gene Brei, Mary Ann Seachord, Sandra Novotny, Glenda Novotny, Barbara Stelling, Bethel Stelling, Dixie Sanner, Joleen Zabokrtsky, Eileen Manley, and Beverly Henrichs. FRONT ROW: Dale Nutter, Bobby Graham, Miko Brown, Val Gene Manley, Jimmy Blacksher, and Arthur Wrigley. UPPER GRADES BACK ROW: Mrs. Eichman, Linda Kuper, Carol Kelly, Lavonne Graham, Doyle Godden, David Sampson, Dwight Godden, and Esther Stelling. FRONT ROW: Jerry Greenwood, Dick Speth, Gene Minka, Dallas Speth, Harold Seachord, Judy Zabokrtsky, Catherine Graham, and Elaine Kuper. 1041151 5 'V -1, A, W. F, .x K ,'.w, , w ' - W V1.1 . Q U -' ,Ke - V x ' I ,f Lv -' ,. .ff,Sz'xx:'f's-W..ri ww wfa f- Aw -ff J ,N 59. A . 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