Unadilla High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Unadilla, NE)

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Ruth Brandt 1 Grades 5-8 Dorthy Johnson Nenona Boettcher Grades 1-4 Kindergarten Floyd Gus FACULTY Rodaway todian Dessie West Cook us, E ,Qqpqgu Rolly Kastens Basketball.l,2,3,b Baseba11...l,2,3,h Class Play.....3,h Track osou cooeuu1,2 Music......l,2,3,h Daniel E. Stilwell Basketba11.1,2,3,h Basoba11...1,2,3,h Class P1ay.....3,h .1,2 '1!2l3!h lass Officer Marlin Callaway Baseba11.....2,3,h Class P1ly....s3,h Muiicnuosooouauunh Class 0fficor..2,3 Loo Clark Basketba11.l,2,3,h Baseba11...1,2,3,h Class Play.....3,h Trlckouorsosslullgz Musicnoanuouoooay Class Officor.... Roaitl Blrtling Vo11oyba11.1,2,3,l4. Softball. . .1,2,3,L, Class P1ny...1,3,L Mu31Cosouoa1g2,3,h Class C!Ticor.1,2, Pop C1ub...1,2,3, Choor1eador..1,3,L Shi rley Stubbs ndeck Volleyball. 1,2, 3,14 S0ftba11ooo1,2,3,u Class P1ly...,,3,u MuS1coooouo1,2,3,h Class Office r. 1 , 2,14 Pep C1ub...1,2,3,M Pep Club Off.....2 Jack Callaway Basketba11.1,2,3,H Buseba11...1,2,3,H Class P1ay.....3, Tr'ack..........1, Mus1c......1,2,3,L Class Officer....3 John Isaacs Baskotba11,1,2,3,h Baseba11...1,2,3,M Music........1,2,1+ Track..........1,2 C1135 P1ays0ul033u ir-lo Kramer Voi?eybaX1.1,2,3nu Softba11...1,2,3,U C1858 P13yoaolo31u MuSiCaao9ao1,293!u Class Officer.1,2,lL Pep C1U.b..n1:2n3s,+ Pep Club Off. .... 2 Cheer1eader....3,,-L fili 012 X ,Xi Q 4 3 . fa' The Gang N x xgxl? 1 Wm.. .I Hitting the Books on the Annual That's Tuff if ri- '- Q , 1 Q f ISTORY - ?'Hg gg. E I It was an early September morning when Unadilla High School was be- stowed with 12 new members. They were Rosita Bartllng, Alma Isaacs, Shirley Kramer, Shirley Stubbendeck, Ionna Hofker, Larry Barden, Lee Clark, Rolly Kastens, Marlin Callaway, Jack Callaway, John Isaacs, and Daniel Stilwell. A few days after our entry we were royally initiated by the seniors. We were also their guests at a party after being ini- tiated. As spring arrived we entertained at a party given at the schoolhouse. The seniors were happy to have Rosita Bartling as a participant in their class play. Another summer passed and we were again in school---not as green freshmen but as wise sophomores. As we took the roll we were sorry to see that Larry Barden and Alma Isaacs were no longer with us. John Jeffreys of Omaha joined us when the second semester started. As sophomores we all enjoyed the school year. lhe next fall we were back as juniors, however John Jeffreys joined the navy. We received our rings shortly after school started. In November we presented our class play--nFor Pete's Saken. We used the proceeds for a banquet honoring the seniors at Cotner Terrace. Hawaiian themes decorated the tables. Those juniors happy to help the seniors with their play were as follows: Rosita Bartling, Shirley Kramer, Shirley Stubbendeck, Jack Callaway, John Isaacs, and Daniel Stilwell. we were sorry to lose Ionna Hofker during our junior year. As seniors we carrldd the whip. At least we tried to prove it as we initiated the freshmen. In the fall we game a party in our new auditorium. Caniel Stilwell was included in the junior class plq . As spring rolled around we spent an enjoyable evening at the expense of the juniors. we also enjoyed our sneak day very much. Everyone was hippy to participate in our play. Our class members have enjoyed basketball, baseball, volleyball-- softball, working on the annual, school paper, and Music throughout their high school years. TH CARDINAL STAFF Jack Callaway Dan Stilwell .... ....... Co-Editors Shirley Kramer ..... ...Business Manager Shirley Stubbendeck... .... Sports Editor Rosita Bartling .... ..Act1vit1es Editor John Isaacs ....... .Advertising Editor Rolly Kastens... .High School Editor Lee Clark ......... Grade School Editor Marlin Callaway.... .......Photographer fl CLASS WILL ff- si ' T We the senior class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty Three of the City of Unadilla, the County of Otoe and the State of Nebraska, being of sound mind, memory, and body do make, ordain, publish, and declare, this to be our lest will and testament. SHIRLEY S: Wills her height to wretha Isaacs, her looks to Colleen, her jeep to Mr. Munoz, her personality to Rosella, her abilitytn drive a car to Joey Chitwood, and her ability to play volleyball to Louisa. DAN S: wills his brains to Louisa, his ability to play basketball to Larry Goering, his looks to Ivan B., and his attentiveness in class to Roger K. SHIRLEY K: Wills her figure to Colleen B., her hair to Shirley I., and her voice to Mr. Epp. She also wills Billy Holshher to Patty K. HOLLY K: Wills his freckles to Larry Bartling, his big feet to Larry Halverson, his whiskers to Junior Schultz, and his weight to Jane L. ROSITA B: Wills her blue eyes to Shirley I., her ability to flirt to Jenny H., her voice to a Mickey Mouse Cartoon, and her laugh to Dale I. JACK C: Wills his curly hair to Lee H., his cuteness to Ivan B., his ability to play basketball to Larry G. He also wills Carolyn to QWDJQ JOHN I: Wills his shyness to Gerald M., his good looks to Orville, his quietness to Roger, and his brains to the whole Junior Class. LEE C: Wills his height and width to three people--Larry H., Larry B., and Junior S., his ability to get along with everybody to Rosella C., and his sense of humor to all the dead heads of U.H.S. MARLIN C: wills his hair to Ivan, his height to Sluggo so he will be tall, dark, and handsome, and his car to Roy Le ka. In conclusion for the betterment of U.H.S. and class policy, we leave our ability to get along with the teachers to the sophomores, our abil- ity in all sports to the four classes next year, our attentiveness and good behavior in class to the freshmen, our supremacy in the school to the juniors, and our way of getting out of trouble to anyone that needs it. -ij.-,, A-..llg X3 P12oPHt, i CI.-A5 , ine 'recustins class of l9j5 decided to hsve their class ores- iuent, Den Jtilwell, look un the class members in l0 years. So in this the year of l965, Dan it not married to the forxer Joyce His, and is the father of two lovely children, Emerson who is 5, end Yfmie 4, Cnated after Yrs. Eisenhowerl. He was teaching his distinjuishcd psy- cholosy class at U.H.3. '.'.' hen he decided it was setting about time he started looking up his former classmates. To he dismissed school for 0 few days and started on his way. He jumncd into his Cadilfordolds- huickmohile which has Pontiac wheels and Plymouth hubcans. Kthis vehicle was hnown es c bus ten years neo! and started out. We stonned off at the Holscher Transcontinental Truekline where the former Shirley Kremer is now living with her husband, Bill, in th ir smell fifty five roof nsnsion. Ten little red heircf brats storscd over the car, but Shirlev soon had thinis under control and introduced her flock to Den, they were--Hill Jr. l Hichnrd 2, Ellis 5, nllen 4, Hyrtle 5, Bessie 6, Carol 7, Nenneth 5, Patricia 9, and Ifrv Tou 10. After 2 little nersuedin? Shirley decided Bill would tfhe cere of the Kids, so she hosoed in and they were on their way. The next ston was the John lsnses Dsiry Worn, Cthe old Floyd lsrncs fernl. John is now married to the former Audrey Cloyd, and thev hsve six little milkini nrchines. They ere--Kohn Jr., Jackie Jr. fthe? ore twins 6 years oldl, Tlfine 5, Billie l, and Iiriun 7 months. They dccided the only wav John could leave wss if thev nll not busy nilrins the fifty three cows. gudrey ernlsined to then thrt Tohn wcs sentinentsl snd wanted to remember the Veer he jredunted in. John forced it would he elricht to lecve the lfst seven for his milkins nschines to finish, so hc nieked un the suitcese that Qndrey hed neck- ed while the rest were Wilkins and horned into the car. Ther then headed for Lincoln to find Vrs. Kent Kroner fformer Rositv sertlinsj, hositc is President of iestern Electric. They have no children of their own beceuse Rosite n-de c resolution in '55 that she would hnve no children, but es Kent seid P hone wnsn'ta home without children they adopted a set of little African twins, Glendora and Ronnie who are L. They live in a two room mansion because they both think it is foolish to have more room than you need. Rosita de- cided to let Kent take over while she was gone, and we were New York City bound. Lee Clark who is now married to the former Elaine Ander- son lives in this small suburb of Unadilla, our old home town. We were then told that Lee Clark was on stage with the Shrine Circus. He was employed as the thin man. As we rang the buzzer Elaine answered and we knew at once that we were at the right place. When we went in we were surprised to see Lee with four children on his lap, and to top it off we could hardly see Lee because he had lost so much weight. He weighed a mere eighty pounds. On the way to New York we saw a sign in the middle of the highway saying, 'The World's Heavyweight Champion, Marlin Callaway, was to wrestle the Mighty Atlas in Madison Square Garden at 6:00 P.M.' It was now 5:00 P.M. We then phoned the police and had a police escort to New York City to see this great exhibition. After Marlin had won the match we went to his dressing room and surprised him. He had an- other match scheduled for the next morning but he told Marilyn Monroe, his wife, she could take care of his opponent and went with us. Lee informed us that our classmate, Jack Callaway, was now a famous football coach at Notre Dame. Immediately we all knew our next stop would be South Bend, Indiana. When we got to South Bend we drove right up to the University and went in. In the office of the Board of Athletics we saw the former Carolyn Hunt, now Mrs. Jack Callaway. She jumped up with great alarm and could hardly believe her eyes when she saw us march right in. She told us that Jack was in the other room with the football team so we had to drag him away from them. Jack and Carolyn were so glad to see us that they invited us down for supper. Jack introduced us to his ll man football team that was to start with two sets of twins, John and Jane l, and Dwaine and Jim 2. He also has seven other children -- Albert A, Pete 5, Jackie Jr. 6, Leonard 7, Le Roy 8, Roger 9, and Delton 10. Dan said he thought it was about time to look up his brother-in- law who was our old classmate, Rolly Kastens. Rolly had joined the navy about a month after he graduated because after his commencement exercises he offered Martha a diamond and she said she was too young. So he joined the navy and is now an Admiral. He is also married to Martha because a year later when Rolly came back on a furlough she couldn't resist him in his navy suit. We arrived in Port Henry, Ore., and found Holly and Martha in a big carrier there. We sat around and talked a while then Rolly opened a port hole and pulled out his three kids. They were Jackie, Keith, and Rolly Jr., triplets L years old. A motion was then made that we go to San Diego where we would see our last classmate, Shirley Stubbendeck. When we reached San Diago we went to the first USO show we found and sure enough their was Shirley as a comedian. After the show we went back stage and found Shirley who was another one of the surprised seniors of '53. She told us she would have to consult her husbands before going with us. Mrs. Holscher thought maybe Shirley had made a mistake when she said husbands so she asked her about that, and Shirley then explained that she Just couldn't decide which she loved most, Don or Bob Ward, so she had turned Morman and married both of them. She thought that they could keep peace in the family that way. We drove her to her Duplex home and she told us to come in because she wanted us to meet her little Marines. Now that all of us are together we decided to look for our teach- ers. Marlin thought that all three of them--Mr. Rawson, Mr. Epp, and Mr. Munoz--were employed as gamblers in a club at Las Vegas. The next thing we knew we were on our way to Nevada. We were in Las Vegas about five minutes when we found all three of them counting their money. They decided they had made enough money that day to afford going on a trip with us. Our next stop was Reno, where we enjoyed a dinner and dance very much. The next day after our Reno party we all started homeward. As each departed he said that he was sorry we couldn't have been together longer but that he enjoyed every minute of the time we were together. . Ks D --il L 5 ' ' at' 1 V1 TU ' QDIPLDHFISB Jack Callawav Shirley Kramer Rolly Kasteng 5 , s . mf Lfgw S" I M, - ,, , Q , was x Q Iyar-11,1 Callaway John Isaacs Rositn Bartlingz X X 'X ai' QXN' LV'4 3 , 5- F' ir ---if '-'W Da Stilwell L Cl! Shirley Stubbendeck n ee 'Ark f 5 Hmm 4"'.S.w I UN111 li wningkwx fini , M. 5'fE ?'m'Af gg i? S , fliQLW,,'QfM L ln ry,1, 1 e1 8 Q rel 5 . Q . er . . H S Hwy ,QE5ax?, I I gg vii M-L, IU Q :AQ ,4 f-'- 'f .':', e 1: lx 2? m If Aft .,,I? ,fQg1 Jff-f Junior Class ..Leonard Lemkag Orville Hiegeg Dwayne Wittg Barbara walleng Keitn Blockg Louisa Botsfordg Martha Stilwellg Lee Hannegg Shirley Isaacsg Elaine nndersong Gerald Mannschreck... ....... ... Q if 4 Q -1 , N f .4- 1 ' f A Al A I , U L ' f l 6 8, I mi f KN l eng P eQie,f1Qz4mQ5W-fffmxw' 5 f1mww5Mg'wMe.'U,fN fl' ree ee eele l e e Dinnertime Again!! Annual in the making 3tudying??? v 'lb UPHO llilili if Sophomore Class 5 if if , ' giA k ff ,.:Af, A y F or 4!inh 5 no ,-'o S 'KH ..Audrey Cloyedg Jane Lemkag Kathryn Botsfordg Janice Helm: Larry Halvorseng Leland Isaacsg Larry Bartlingg Kenneth Blockg Colleen Beckardg Ivan Beckardg Dale Isaacs: ' ur' Larry Callaway.. ............ . A 5 EL of Larry Bar-tlinfr gets some assistance from r Q, NIH E'pD............. 5 Jzfmx v 1 ...4'.5'.'!'A FIIESHMEN 'fi' g !, , f sw gg. , g , ,M , I r .ashf ffm wiv ,Er Vac . J Q .TX :R " 2 ki XJ J gm? 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City B5 20 St. Bernarda 50 47 20 24 Elk Greek 34 42 27 25 Dunbar 49 56 17 11 15 52 Otoe 50 58 7 26 55 7 Nehawka 62 51 14 29 15 57 Burr 51 45 55 9 Bennet 49 51 Avoca 45 46 26 29 24 14 St. Bernarda 45 42 15 29 Talmage 40 28 Palmyra 59 21 44 11 51 9 Avoca 25 16 Weeping Water 16 29 Nebraska City 12 50 Tecumseh 12 55 Burr 40 10 Douglas 52 59 56 19 27 10 Burr 24 15 2 bil SENIOR MASCOTS Arlyn Rawson Cherlyn Epp ai CHEERLEADERS Shirley Kramer Martha Stilwell Rosite Bartling PEP CLUB Back row: Louisa Botsfordg Elaine Andersong Shirley Stubbendeckg Barbara Walleng Colleen Beckardg Wretha Isaacs. Front row: Jane Lemkag Audrey Cloyedg Shirley Isaacsg Jenny Helmg Kathyrn Botsfordg Roselll Callaway. Dheerleadezs: Shirleg Kramig' Martha Stilwellg Rosi a Bar ing 5 I I This is itll Think you'll make it?? 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