He plans to finish his undergrad work this fall and attend grad school at the University of Nebraska. Brian comments in his application: As a casual observer, I often see water being taken for granted. I would like to help raise the public awareness of appropriate water use in an effort to help assure everyone has clean water for their use for years to come.
After completing his undergrad work, Curtis plans to continue his education by attending grad school at UNL. Curtis comments in his application: As an undergrad, I ve been involved in a project to sample water from storm drains in Lincoln to find sources of non-point source pollution. I also participated in a project to reduce the copper content of the drinking water in Waverly and Mahoney State Park. I would like to work with smaller communities to find ways of using newer technology for treatment and in ways to reduce water demand Fall Conference.
This gentleman was born and raised on a farm near Exeter, NE. After graduation from high school, he started his working career with a local lumber company doing all phases of building construction. In , he began employment with this water system as a maintenance worker.
Over the years, he worked his way up to equipment operator, water system operator, and foreman for the water department. He is very knowledgeable about the water system and a very valuable asset to the system for which he works. He has two sons and two grandchildren. He is an avid hunter and more recently, has become an avid biker.
If you see a bright yellow Honda Gold Wing streaking down the highways of Nebraska it just may be him. In , he moved was promoted to his current position, director of Water Production. He oversees the operation and maintenance of the Florence Water Treatment Plant, a very unique and historic facility that treats up to million gallons per day of Missouri River water.
He also is responsible for the upkeep of five major reservoir sites and 13 pumping stations located throughout the distribution system. Jim, his wife, Jill, and three sons live in Fort Calhoun. He is very active in his community including serving on the city council, helping coach several sports, and traveling extensively with the marching band.
His fellow workers know him as a very knowledgeable, thorough leader who is supportive of all plant personnel. He began his career in with the Nebraska Department of Health, and has held several positions during the past 27 years. He currently is operator certification-training officer. He also chairs the Education Committee. Mike s personal life is very full and centers on hunting, fishing and snow skiing He and his wife, Cathie, have been married since They have two dogs.
Bet they re hunting dogs! Rick began his career in the water industry in as a utility worker for the City of Lincoln. He has held several positions at the Ashland Water Treatment Plant and currently serves as assistant supervisor of Maintenance. Rick has seen several upgrades to the plant during his years of service. He also was site coordinator for plant modifications and the vertical wells now in use. Rick is a Grade 1 water operator, plus a licensed well and pump installer.
He has a son and enjoys sports, camping and fishing Fall Conference 9. George joined M. He has helped numerous small water and wastewater systems. He is a Grade 1 water operator and holds a bachelors degree from Peru State College. George s supervisor says that he is a dedicated employee with a strong appetite for learning. George spent 27 years in the Army Reserves and also coached girls softball.
He and his wife, Nancy, have been married 41 years. They have three daughters. In his spare time, George enjoys traveling and reading. Mari received her associates degree in English from Platte College in , bachelor of science in Journalism from the University of Nebraska-Kearney in , and masters in Journalism from UNL in She began her career in the water industry with M. She has been director of Corporate Communications for M. She has chaired the Publications Committee since , chaired the Public Information Committee for 10 years, served as board trustee in , and currently serves on the Education Committee.
Mari has received numerous awards throughout her career. She always makes sure deserving people are nominated for awards. Mari has been married to John Sidzyik for 15 years. She has 11 stepchildren, 25 grandchildren and 1. Christopher J. Koenig was named the George Warren Fuller Award recipient at the Fall Conference for outstanding service to the water industry.
This is the highest honor given by AWWA. He is a registered professional engineer in the State of Nebraska. He has a varied background having been employed by the State of Nebraska Department of Aeronautics where he counted cracks. He has held the following positions in the Nebraska Section AWWA: Board trustee, treasurer, vice-chair, chair-elect, chair and past-chair.
Chris was instrumental in hiring paid staff, and recently, in resolving paid staff issues. He continues to serve the Section by coordinating the Top Ops Competition, helping with the Water for People raffle and serves as assistant treasurer. Chris has been married to his wife, Jerrene, for 22 years. They have two children, Angie and Ryan Fall Conference Chris also received an award from the Section for his volunteer work as assistant treasurer since the Section no longer has paid staff.
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John Tippmann, Sr. John Tippmann Sr. Roger Hoffman refereed throughout the tournament, with the help of Mr. Pat Venditte. Of the estimated boys who played, senior Lindy Stalder was the high scorer for the season, while Mark Carlton took the same honor during the champion game.
Service to the school, participation and scholastic abilities were all necessary requirements for nomination. Each yearbook purchaser was allowed one vote for the candidate of his choice. Kathy was seen throughout the school participating in activities that involved her class and fellow students. Clubs , and extra-curricular projects filled her remaining free time. Especially active in Thespians, she served as secretary in her senior year. Secretary of her senior class completed her years of activity.
Scholastic interests ranked high in Micki's life. She served as vice-president of Z-Club as a junior and was president in her senior year. Micki was also inducted into National Honor Society as a junior. Musically inclined, Jennifer took part in Top Choir and held the lead in the '69 musical, "Iolanthe. Language gets top honors with Kris. As a three year member of International Club, she served as president in her senior year.
Induction into National Honor Society as a junior, and membership in Z-Club proved her scholastic abilities. Student government and JV cheerleading filled Linda's time. On Student Council in her sophomore and junior years, she was elected to the student Advisory Board as a senior.
Linda generated spirit as a senior JV cheerleader and was elected Homecoming Q ueen. Homecoming '70 was off to an early start as the traditional parade left the Countryside Church parking lot October 3. Discarding tradition, Pep Club postponed the bonfire till later in the season. Warrior fans were rewarded with a victory over Ryan.
Drill Squad sang in accompaniment to the band as they treated the crowd to their own version of "Marne" at half time. Weeks of planning and decorating greeted students as the "Age of Aquarius" dawned under stars, moons and zodiac signs. Completing the weekend was the announcement of Homecoming King, Jim Rose. First tie in powderpuff history; final score Despite a shortage of players, the senior women fought the juniors to a tie, the first in Powderpuff history.
The Class of '71 scored first on an interception by Colleen O'Doherty. But the seniors were not to be outdone and quickly followed with a touchdown by Ann Barber. JoAnn Rutherford recovered a fumble and made the next touchdown for the juniors. The final senior touchdown was made by Julie Wilson.
A last at-. During the game, tension was relieved a little when a senior player, Ann Barber called time out for equipment repair. She was forced to change shorts with teammate Linda Burke after they were ripped beyond repair. Following tradition, the Powderpuff King was crowned after the game. This years' choice was senior coach, Al Tohill. Spring flowers and lampposts replaced the usual hearts and roses at the Sweetheart festivities as this year's theme was "Mardi Gras.
They were crowned following the traditional procession of all the candidates. Unlike any other year, the Sweetheart dance was an ap parent financial failure. This was due to the low attendance. The dance was held much later in the year and on the same day as the State Swim Meet.
Having a stare-down was only one aspect of the eventful Sweetheart evening for sophomore Linda Carney and junior Mike Grau. On her first trip outside of Australia, Chris, staying with the Frank Lawson family , found America all she had expected it to be. In Trieste he was required to take ten subjects and attend school six days a week. Tomas Ledin is the Swedish foreign exchange student, staying with the John Nelson and John Marshall families under the "Youth for Understanding" program.
Coming from Skogsfruvagen, Sweden, Tomas was very active around school and participated in the Humanities talent show. Spirit of '66 performs to a small audience On December 5, students were given the chance to display their "own thing" at the annual "Spirit of '66" Talent Show. A total of 16 acts, ranging from dance numbers to big band arrangements, were presented. The entire show was organized by Mr. Don Schuler, choir director. Company of "Merton of the Movies" Merton Gill Clayton Abel Amos G.
Jim Major Elmer Huff Tom Busch Tessie Kearns.. Barbara Myers Casting Director.. Diane Rockwell J. Lester Montague Steve Anderson Sigmond Rosenblatt Tom Johnson Weller Gary Miller Cameraman Scott Belknap The Montague Girl Amy Gassman Harold Parmalee Barry Gridley Beulah Baxter Suzy Hlavacek Mueiel Mercer Barb Zoob Jeff Baird Lou Tuccitto Mrs.
Sally Hill Mr. Tom Mailand Max Eric Fried Student Assistants. Janet Lorenz Jeff Ostrow Publicity Chrissie Theisfeld Costumes.. Pam Melcher Set Shelly Lane Props.. Kris Grady Make-up Stella Sideris House Manager.. Kathy Poage. Projeqted sets new in Junior Class play An innovation in stage production was incorporated into the Junior Class Play this year.
Projected scenery, the use of movie projectors and screens , used along with old style honky-tonk music. A movie was shown before the play, which was produced entirely by students. It intended to bring the audience into the mood of the play. Kaufman and Marc Connelly, is about a small town boy, enchanted with the idea of becoming a serious actor in Hollywood and goes there to make his dream come true. His first encounter with Hollywood is discouraging until he signs a contract with a comedy film-maker under false pretenses.
He makes it big in comedy and the play ends happily when Merton decides to make comedy his entire career. Thespians ''worthy of honor' Thespians Club became international this year, and the Westside chapter showed its pride in the club by trying to promote more interest in the dramatic arts. Led by President Mike Nelson and Vice-president Clayton Abel, the club began its year by holding the traditional candlelight ceremony to induct new members. Fifteen inductees promised "to be worthy of the honor of Thespian membership".
Members kept their promise, with the evidence being their attendance at the presentation of "Man of La Mancha" at the Music Hall on November 5, and their performance of "A Christmas Carol" on December It is not surprising that many interested Thespians were seen throughout the year in convocation skits. They are able to earn points by also participating in stage crews and pantomines. Most Thespians also held lead roles in the annual One-Act plays Feb ruary Six acts were presented in the Little Theatre, including an original, "Euthanasia", written by Mike Nelson.
Mixed reactions are shown on the faces of Hilary Keegan , Dian Chastian ,Jeff Peter andJir Foertsch during a critique session where many student's work is judged by club member. Members spent seemingly endless hours trying to transform a borrowed Volkswagon into a "ladybug" by making cellophane wings, antennas and eyelashes.
During the final months of , members designed stationery, psychedelic posters and signs. Posters were also made to help boost the wrestling season. A bake sale was held in January and during bi-monthly meetings members sought to keep a display of student artwork around the school at all times. Members also vis ted Joslyn Art Museum to learn different artists' styles. Charles Gowens, led the Novice and Varsity debaters to several wins this year. Spenser Brookstein and Marc Delman joined them to win a second place trophy at the Beatrice tournament November Gowens said that debate is for "the promotion of the use of public speech for the good of the school and community.
Participation in speech contests and district tournaments are qualifications for earning a pin. Junior Sam Clark makes sure his facts will hold up under fire by rearranging his cards. Breaking away from tradition, the staff chose colors never used before on the cover. Adaptation of mosaic layout served as the basis for the book. Pictures were grouped to the center of the pages , with the copy towards the outside. Following the annual journalism banquet, and the appointing of the small fourteen-member staff, students began working on advertising sales and layout plans.
Gregg Dimmick Associate Editor Nancy Gould Faculty Editor Patty McDonough Academics Editor Anne Ridenour Fine Arts Editor.. Carole Bull Organizations Editor Bob Darnell Sports Editor Lori Arnold Senior Editor Laurie Hargitt Underclass Editor Anne Monen Advertising and Sales.. Laurie Brain Business and Promotion Chris Blackman Photography Editor Tom Wheeler Photographer Joe O'Sullivan Advisor. Carol Tilson. Kathryn Denney Associate Editor..
Rick Patterson Business and Advertising Greta Gibbs Page l.. Dave Nelson Page Rick Patterson Page Chuck Thomas Page Marc Hechter Page Jennifer Harvey Page Lindy Stalder Page Steve Larrick Page Bob Van Boskirk Artist Jeff Peter Ad Salesman Bob Steele Copy and Proof Editor Lynne Udes Circulation and Exchange Julie Jacobson Photographer Jim Huston Advisor Various staff members attended several conferences this year.
The journalism department participated in a breakfast and general orientation. Two members of the staff went to journalism clinics last summer in preparation for working on the paper. Eclectic, Quill and Scroll: combines talent The ECLECTIC staff, a unique combination of talented students interested in creative writing , spent the major part of the year reading poetry submitted for publication.
In comparison, Quill and Scroll spent their year putting out the student directory. New Quill and Scroll members were inducted twice this year. They had to be in the upper onethird of their class, and had done superior work in some phase of journalism. Don Kolterman summarized the purpose of the literary magazine by saying, "It is a student voice somewhat. This year's broadcaster was Senior Bob Darnell.
This year, publications photographers were given academic credit as well as a chance to learn "by doing". Classes were held once a week and during free mods the pub photographers helped in the darkroom by developing and printing pictures. Students were also drawn from the art department by the LANCE to do cartoons, fashion illustration and advertising art.
Artists received no academic credit since all work was voluntary. Journalism teacher, Mrs. Carol Tilson commented that the students participating in these activities got a chance to learn by "applicable experience. Drawing three years of art courses together, senior Nancy Nye begins to ink-in a line drawing for an ad. Westside 's Orchestra poses with guest conductor Dr. Marvin Rabin after the clinic. Harold Welch. Annual clinic highlight for Westside's Orchestra became involved inmanyeventsthisyear, with the highlightbeingtheirperformance at the Orchestra Clinic.
The annual clinic was held February 10, and the guest conductor was Dr. Marvin Rabin of the University of Wisconsin. Harold Welch, conductor, reflected that the String Quartet performs "twice as much as any performing group in Westside.
Bands play locally,statewide Keeping in step with national performers, Marching Band participated in the Barnum and Bailey Circus Parade November 4, along with members of the marching units. Auditioning for the State Clinic Band and Orchestra began early in the year, and selection of some Concert Band members took place. Darwin Snyder, director and sponsor of Top Concert Band, is certain that there are "definite educational goals as well as the enjoyment of creating music" in the classes and band clubs.
In studying to become candidates for Warrior Wind Symphony, members of Reserve Band obtain points by playing solos, participating in small groups, making posters, or being librarians and uniform helpers. Musick, Mr. Four girls' sextets, two triple trios , one girls ' quartet and Mad rigal Choir were called upon at various times to take up special assignments. Determined to get more students involved, the Student Advisory Board and the Forum started off the year with the objective, "creating the best learning atmosphere we can".
The Forum consisted of selected members from each homeroom who were concerned with voicing the students' requests. Proposals were put forth to senior Jay Shukert, who then turned them over to the Advisory Board for recommendation. The eighteen-member Student Advisory Board led by senior Gordon Lind, concerning themselves with Forum proposals, met bi-monthly.
The senior lounge and the picnic tables were two of the many projects dealt with this year. These provided a place for informal study during free mods. Revisions in the dress code and cafeteria rules were also tackled by the Forum members.
Due to Forum action, a clock was also installed in the Social Studies I. Composed of all language clubs, this year's International Club contained approximately members. Their major project was the financing of the exchange students, Chris Warne and Fabio Pasian. Members could make poster and sell candy in order to ear their eight points for a pin. Men bers from other language clut could earn additional points b attending all International Clu meetings.
Latin -JCL attest: Latin lives To prove Latin is not a dead language, president Midge Mattson and secretary-treasurer Peggy Ferris provided the members with many worthwhile projects throughout the year. Members could make posters, work on Latin Club bake sales, and attend all meetings in order to earn the eight points necessary for a pin. The candy sales went into full swing in December, and many boxes were sold to students.
A car wash and bake sale were two of the projects which helped Junior Classical League send a representative to theN ational JCL convention. Members achieve cultural understanding The purpose of French Club, according to president Jennifer Harvey, is to "gain a better understanding of the people of another nation. Members were also urged to bake French desserts and pastries to earn the eight points re-.
By selling "Uber Alles" car stickers and baking cookies , German Club members also raised money to sponsor a German Club member on a tour of Germany. Members could also earn points by attending all International club meetings and selling 12 boxes of candy during basketball season.
Fiesta heads Spanish bill "The purpose of Spanish Club is to provide those students who take Spanish a chance to get together and enjoy entertainment related to their study," revealed president Joan Yaffe. Members were treated to such events as a tobogganing party and a talk by those students who had visited Mexico last summer.
Higuera ignores Sara Otis. All members could make posters or help with the annual club banquet in order to earn their eight points for a pin. Spanish Club members, along with the other language clubs, also sold candy during the first week in December to help finance the AFS students.
Pep Club aids minor sports Carrying on the Warrior tradition, the Pep Club continued to support all athletic events by having the members attend as many games as possible. Pep Club girls had to earn twelve poster points and six service points to be eligible for a letter. Among the girls involved, many earned points by baking Christmas cookies for old folks' homes and by giving food to.
A new award was also created for girls attending minor sports events such as tennis , gymnastics and golf. This year, Pep Club was led by president Lyn Wallin. All officers arranged the Pep Club awards banquet held in the spring, and weekly held separate meetings by themselves to discuss future plans. Varsity-JV cheerleaders win 'spirit sticks Summer practices payed off for Westside cheerleaders as they were again honored at clinic competition in Norman, Oklahoma. For the first time, Varsity took home the colorful spirit stick and placed first against other cheerleading squads across the nation.
JV cheerleaders also placed first at camp and won the spirit stick on the final day of competition. Both squads attended the Holiday Basketball Tournament and received new "sailor" outfits to be worn in the spring. Dawn Ingles, Varsity captain emphasized, "we tried to get three or four girls to attend all minor sports events.
Junior Varsity captain Kristy Engel bart finds cheerleading can sometimes be frustrating. Representing higher qualities in cheering , Dawn Ingles performs as Barb King applauds. Drill Squad , led by captain Nancy Rice, spent their summer mornings practicing at the school parking lot to perfect their routines. Nancy Rice stated , " twenty hours of practice went into a routine that lasted about three. Out of sixty girls that tried out, ten were selected with two alternates.
This year, from the fifteen girls that tried out for Twirlers, eight were selected instead of three as in previous years. Only one of the girls in the group had ever twirled before. Safety, profit are ''go'' for Safeteens "To promote safety in school, home, and general community," became the motto of Safeteens, led by sponsor Mr.
Ed Stribley. The Governor's Safety Conference in Lincoln was one of the various activities open to Safeteens members this year. Many car rallys were also held city-wide and within the club The membership drive offered the. A framed map of the moon wa: also added to the decor of the li brary with the help of the Safe teens fund.
Archery Club fires at range Starting off their second year as an active Westside club, the Archery Club was able to send the best three boys and the best three girls to the 2nd Annual Inter-Scholastical and Intercollegiate State Archery Tournament in Hastings. Most members were able to shoot every Thursday, with. Two teams were sent to "club shoot" at the Omaha Archery Range as a special attraction in early spring.
Members were also treated to a picnic in October to celebrate the end of the shooting season. Karate, Ski members learn by Cries of warning were heard echoing from the girls' gym on Wednesday nights as Karate Club members learned the art of selfdefense. The club boasted a larger membership than ever before with many members earning colored belts. The color of a student's belt -white, green, blue, brown or black- indicates the amount of skill obtained.
To increase rank, students must show their ability in formal exercises, one-step sparring and free sparring before a panel of judges at the Omaha School of Karate. Senior officers Bill Hulbert and Rob Meiman taught the club. Ski Club traveled to Breckenridge, Colo.
Regular trips to Crescent Ski Hills in Crescent, Iowa were scheduled every Tuesday, provided the weather was suitable. Boasting close to members, the club also participated in Club Night, February John Laugen. Subsurfers dive 1n Florida, California Wednesday nights were anything but dull for members of Subsurfers, an underwater scuba diving club. Led by president Gary Jorgenson, vice-president John Agee, and secretary-treasurer Roger Schat, the members were shown the fun and sport of underwater exploration.
All were given the chance to take open water dives in nearby lakes. During Christmas vacation , Subsurfers dived in Florida and then explored the underwater secrets of the Pacific at California during spring vacation. Subsurfers is also open to girls, although there were few participating this year.
Clubs discover high, low Led by president Tom Aust, this year's Archeology Club was able to visit the Mesa Verde cliff dwellings in southern Colorado during spring vacation. Trips to Louisville on Sept. Astronomy Club made observations of two solar eclipses, one at Westside, the other on the out-. The St. Louis eclipse was the last solar eclipse in the Western hemisphere for another ten years. Astronomy Club also tried something different this year the photographing of constellations and solar eclipses.
William Hayes, Mr. Richard Hicks. Math Bowls were held twice a month with the club's 16 members as active participants. Vik Wall, also a member and president of Chess Club, felt the club's purpose was simply to "instruct students in Chess and promote interest among those that already play". Other club officers included Robert Larson, vice-president and Pete Sawtell, secretary.
Playoffs for team ranking were conducted among its ten active members by Mr. Louis Nieman, sponsor. The club also had a large following of "Ultimate" players, a variation of the game. Bricknell, Bruce Bell, Tom Murray. Allen Zimbleman , sponsor; Bill Scott. FTA helps at Oakdale, visits Montessor1 Cultivating the qualities essential in a teacher , FT A visited many local schools for special education students. In November, they visited the Montessori School , a special school with no grade levels , and had numerous trips to Oakdale to help the mentally retarded.
According to the president Julie Jensen , "this club is trying to. Dave Bloom, a former member of "The Young Americans" singing group also came to speak at the spring meeting. In order to earn the fifteen points for a pin, members could bake cookies, work on the float, or teach Sunday School locally. The medically oriented FMA began this year by building a Homecoming float that won fourth place and consequently paraded around the field at half time.
During November, FMA members helped the nurses with the audio testing and helped out in the nurses office. The members also sold honey on Honey Sunday to collect money for the mentally retarded. Probably the biggest project of. The film, "The Birth of a Baby" was presented by Dr. Field from TheN ebraska School of Medicine. Patty summed it up, "To present our speakers and activities so that they are enjoyable learning experiences for the club.
Earning money on part-time jobs helped Junior Sales and Marketing and DE students understand the practices of the business world. All senior members were allowed to leave school early for applicable job experience. Serving morning breakfast and producing the year's largest Soc Hop were two major projects.
News commentator John Hlavacek addressed the group. Joe Higgins, sponsor; Tom Aust, treasurer; T. During the Holiday Season , they collected books and magazines forthe lstinfantryDivision in Vietnam and sent other items from bake sale profits. Gail says the club tried to have just one major project to help unify the club. Interact-Esquires raise money for the poor By donating money to worthy causes , Interact and Esquires provided a worth while community service.
Interact is a worldwide service club sponsored by Rotary Club and corresponds with other Interact clubs in foreign countries. All proceeds from money-making projects are donated to charities. This year, the club showed movies on Fridays during free mods and earned over two hundred dollars. The Peace Corps and an orphanage in Vietnam became the recipients of this money.
For the first time, Esquires established an advisory board consisting of two members from each class. In this manner, club representation was equal for all grades. Among the Esquires , many also earned points by contributing to various bake sales held throughout the year. Esquire girls also acted as guides during their free mods for new students at Westside. Key Club, headed by senior Rick McFayden, lowered the restrictions this year on entrance qualifications.
Any student with a four average who earned the required amount of points was allowed to stay in the club. The Key Club is affiliated with the West Omaha Kiwanis, and provides, "a good time while serving the community," according to Rick. The 30 members participated in such projects as a carolling party to the Hattie B.
Monroe nursing home, and the March of Dimes fund drive from March 2 9 to April Z-Club, a branch of the women's Zonta Club of Omaha, worked. Z-Club also sold honey on Honey Sunday for the mentally retarded, collected can goods at school for the Salvation Army and decorated the library for Christmas.
These girls are selected for their outstanding scholarship and service potential. Earning a letter in any varsity sport was all that was needed to join the club of members. Early in the year, W-Club held an auction where the members were sold for the Soc-hop. New this year was the Fall Sports Initiation Breakfast where cheerleaders, coaches and administration were invited.
W-Club also sold tickets for Homecoming and Sweetheart dances. The girls' athletic club, G. All girls who earned 12 units and 4 service points were eligible for a letter. Most of the members attended the overnight initiation campout at Camp Harriet Harding near Louisville. During November, Mrs. During December they decorat-.
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