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Danielle,
You've been such a
pleasure since the day
you were born. Your
kind heart and lovely
personality will get
you far in life. I
couldn't be more
proud of you and I'm
so blessed that you're
my daughter.
Love Always,
Mom
Andrew,
I can't believe l~ years have
come and gone and you are no
longer our little boy but has
become a young man. Trough
the years we\ e watched you
grow from a cuddly .1nd
adorable little baby to an
inquisitive young.,k•r to an
independent tt.>en.1gt-r. Growing
up can be frustratin~, rew.uding
,md full of many experiences
and accomplishment" that I
know vou "'ill usc when you
choo~ the path you v.antto
travel after graduation. We are
\ery proud of you 11nd wish all
of your dreams and l'XPl'ctations
come true!
We love you!
Trev,
Leiah,
Tyler,
The years went by so
fast and we're so
proud of you! Your
smile and personality
are truly a gift.
Congratulations! You
proud of you. We wish
Personality can open
doors,
But only character can
keep them open.
you all the best in every
Best of Wishes,
thing you choose to do.
Love,
Love,
Mom &Dave
Mom&Dad
Love You,
Dad, Mom, Chad, and
Blake
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made it. We are very
Nicole,
We want to Jet you know
how proud we are of you.
You realized what your
dreams are and are going
after them. We want to
wish you the best of luck
in e\·crything you do.
Love,
Mom & Dad
Tony,
We are p roud that you have
made it a nd have gradu ated .
You had some up hill ba ttles
a t times and have come
through them. You have
accomplished man y things
and nothing will be forgotten. We both wish you the
very best in the future and
know that you \viii make us
proud as you move on in life.
Congratulations and kt.>ep up
the good work,
We love you.
Lori,
Congratulations, you
made it!
We are so proud of
you.
Way to go!!
Love,
Mom&Dad
Dad and Teresa
Brooke,
You ha\'t." rC'ad1t•d a hugt.• Jnill·~h.mt.•
111 your rt•,llm of life. \\"hclht·r it b<•
gr.1du.Hmn from prc·-.chooJ 13 ycM'
ago or gr.1duation trom high -chool
today, they Me bt•th huge ' tep'
t,m ard 'our future. I .1m '<'ry proud
ot what you have done tt>r ) our>df
•md know vou will t>t• >ucn-,sful on
"hah'' ~·r you do. 't uu haH'
mht•ritcd \uur dri'"c and do:tcrmma·
lion f;om wur father I le L'
w.1t<hmg from .1bove with .1 hug<'
~ran
trom t.•ar to l~Jr
"Till' P'''"imi,t complains .1bout tlw
wind, tht• optimbt "'P'''" it to
.:h.lngt•, the r.·.lli' t adju't tht• ,,,its. I
kn<'" H>u will lace the 'tnrm nllifc
"1lh tranquilitiy, becau-.e vou', c
INmcd how to set your sa1ls to th••
\\10d ." - William Arthur Ward
Rheanna,
It's hard to believe th,lt you arc
graduating already. lt ·!">ccms
just y e~ terday you and Brittan}
were playing ·with your B,ubie
dolls and singing along with
your Sesame Street tdpe.
You h,we grown into a
beautiful young woman and
have a sunny per~:oonality and
positive attitude. You enjoy
hl•lping others and surprise u;.
everyday with your talents and
crcativit\•. Good luck with vour
futur~ plans for school a~d
work. I know you will bl• a
succt..'SS at whatever you deddl•
to pursue.
We love you \'cry much! Mom
and Dad
Nick,
Amanda,
Congratulations!
It hasn't always been
We never thought you'd
make it.
We are proud of you!
Love,
an easy road but you
have stayed strong
and true to yourself.
Remember how
proud we are of you
and how much we
love you.
Mom, Dan, Eric, Ryan,
Mom and Dad
Linsey, Destrey, and
April
Love,
M om
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Darren,
Thomas,
We are so proud of all that
I am so proud of you, and I
you have achieved . Keep
know your mother would
reaching for your dreams.
be, too. Good luck with
You' ll get there!
everything you want to
Congratu Ia tions,
achieve in the future.
Mom, Dad, Amanda, and
Weston
The best of wishes,
Love,
Dad
Congratulations
Payton,
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You have gro·wn into a
wonderful young man and
we are very proud of all you
have ach ieved. You have set
high goa ls fo r yourself and
we know that you wi ll make
your d reams come true.
Remember we wi ll always be
behind you 100%.
You ha,·e truly bt.>en a joy to
both of us.
Love You,
Dad & Mom
Derek,
Nick,
Hey Abbie,
Way to go!
Congratulations! We're so
The best is yet to come.
proud that you 've made it
May all your d rea ms come
this far.
true.
Good luck for the future!
Love,
Mom & Dad
Love,
Mom& Dad
After scribbles and
scratches and scribbling
some more, we realize
there are no perfect words
to express how much you
mean to us.
Know always that no
matter where you go from
here or what you do, our
love for you is etched
within our hearts forever.
Love,
Mom & Dad
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Jcnna,
Teri,
jessica,
We are so proud of the
person you've become and
all you've accomplished.
Thanks fo r all the memories,
good ti mes and bad, you've
given us over the past
eighteen yea rs. We feel
blessed to have you in ou r
lives. Set your goals hig h,
follow your dreams and
remember that we'll always
be there for you. We wish
you happiness and success in
all that you do!
H ere you are, ready to
conquer the world. You
have always taken big
steps in life and proved
they were never too big.
We have no doubt that
you will succeed in
everything you do. You
have made us so proud.
Best Wishes!
Search out your path!
Shine His light bright as
you go forward through to
new beginnings. Take
with you love and prayers
to protect and guide you
along your journey.
Treasure sweet memories
and pursue happiness as
you spread your wings
and soar.
Love,
Mom &Dad
Love,
Mom, Dad, & Ray
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Love & Congratulations,
Grandma & Grandpa
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Class of
2005
Left: Tyson looks
at another computer to see what's
going on.
Right: Lacey
looks at the camera while lifting
weights.
Below: Adam
gives the camera
his happy face for
a picture at homecoming.
Above Left: Justin
studies for a quiz in
drafting class.
Left: The junior class
takes a picture for
homecoming.
Right: Lacey and
Sarah srnilepretty for
the yearbook.
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laney, er, I mean Garrett takes a
big bite of mashed potatoes.
Mitchell and Lacey tal..c a picture for
homecomi ng.
Neil Bachman
Adam Esparza
Garrett Flamig
Lacey Ha rris
Daniel Kallweit
Lacey Labenz
Sarah Nelson
Jus tin Preister
Justin Temus
Tyson Tuma
Stephanie Wardle
Mitchell Gronenthal
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Derick Frauendorfer
Josh Korth
Brittany Werner
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Class of
2006
Left: Marc spots Nathan
as he builds his muscles.
Right: The sophomore
class takes time out to
smile pre tty for the
camera at Homecoming.
Left: Katie, Kayla , and
Ashley a re ready to start the
d ay.
Right: Josh la ughs al a joke.
Far Rig ht: Dusty wa its
patiently for the teacher to
pass out the test.
Below Left: icole, Kayla, Stevie and Steph arc whippmg up
something good in the FCS room .
Below Right: Stevie gets read y to support the Bulldogs at a
football game.
Far Below: The sophomore boys want to pump you up.
Above: Blake knows
he will always have
Matt's shoulder to
lean on.
Above Left: Becky,
Steph, and Nicole
hang out in the
hallway.
Left: Sophomore
attendants Courtney
and Kayla strike a
pose before the
Homecoming dance.
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Katie flashes her pearl y
whites.
Nicole Brachle
Cody shows the camera his
serious side.
Ashley Cambell
Blake H arper
Ashley tries to fig ure o ut if
that's really what she's
s upposed to do.
Matt Dohmen
Cody H arper
Zachary Finkral
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Matt's crazy antics.
Stevie H arkness
Nathan Hubenka
Stephanie James
Marc McPhillips
Josh Meyer
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Kayla Jones
Dustin Paczosa
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Claee of
2007
Left: Aaron and
Philip are researching
their homework in the
library.
Right: Derek, Megan,
and Tyler are goofing
around while posing
for a picture.
Below: Kim and
Tyler are having run
at the Homecoming
dance.
Above Left : Kim,
Kayla, Amanda, and
Andrew are studying
toether for a project.
Left: Milton got
creamed at the Fun
Fair.
Ri ght: Kayleen is
searching for an
answer in her book.
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Todd Bachman
Megan Bender
Tyler Christensen
Kim Gronenthal
Kayleen Kallweit
Milton Lueschen
Todd Preister
Angel Esparza
Kari Meyer
Megan Radke
Paden Bender
Alex Fischer
Tiffany Kom
Jessica Peterson
Cody Schwarz
Vacecia Billie
Aaron Bruhn
Andrew Fischer
Derek Korth
Philip Pohlrneier
David Sprueill
Shasta Lovell
Amanda Preister
Nick Streblow
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Class6s of
2008&2009
Heather Brachle
Amber Chollar
Jordan Costello
Melissa Hellbusch
Ashley Cummings
Jenny Heesacker
Austin Harding
Jennifer Kush
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jodec Kush
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Ethan Preister
Sara Macken
Bobbie Reitz
Matthew McPhillips
Keith Sunderman
Adam Phi!Jips
Brittni Ternus
Eric Ternus
Logan Behnk
Cole Bender
Lacey Brandt
Amber Finkral
Gage Bender
Ashley Bruhn
Paige Frauendorfer
Allysen Korn
Lindsay Preister
Emily Schrant
Cody Christensen
Joe Geyer
Laura Lovercheck
Jacob Bender
George Strehlow
Derrick Dohmen
Aaron Hellbusch
Nick McPhillips
Chenae Billie
Derrick Hubenka
justin Meyer
Kayla Werts
Jesse Wiehn
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Left: Miss Kelly traveled
with her American
History class to Genoa
to see the Indian school.
Right: Mrs. Lovercheck
stands at the copy
machine, making copies
for one of her classes.
Below Left: Cooks Mary
Fischer, Marilyn Labenz,
Bev Hellbusch.
Below Right: CUSTODIANS Ron Krings, Judy
Wessel and Connie
Chaulk.
Below: Mrs.Luedtke is
the technology coordinator for HPS.
Left: 2004 SCHOOL
BOARD Back Row:
RandyHerchenbach,
Randy Fischer, Alan
Huettner, Tony Lassen,
Jr., Bob Wegner; Front
Row: Julie Preisler,
Jeanne Ezparza, Lisa
Bender, Melvin Sueper.
Right: BUS DRIVERS
Karen Lachnit, Jim
Bruckner, Paul Beirmann,
Calvin Sjuits.
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vir. Sjuts, Superintendent
Mr. FlarrUg, Principal
Ms. Arnold
Mr. Brandl
Mrs. Hogancamp
Mr. Luther
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Ms. Kelly
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Mrs. Kirby
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Bookkeeper
Mrs. Fischer
Mr. Hash
Mrs. Lovercheck
Mr. Persinger
Mr. VanDeWalle
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Left: The HHS defense
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Below Left: The
Humphrey High football
team stands on the
sidelines and pays their
respects to the flag.
Rlalng City 48 30
Dodge
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Coleridge 18 22
Wausa
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Below: Justin Preister
takes a tackle like a
man.
JohnsonBrock
Prague
Allen
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Walthill
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Left: Kim Gronenthal is
giving a hard serve over
to the opposing team.
Below Left: The girls
are waitng for the ball.
Below: Amanda
McPhillips wonders if
the ball is going to come
to her.
Win or Lou
Clerkeon
15-0, 15-1
Newman
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15-1, 15-8
15-3, 15-10
Leigh
15-6,15-1
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11-1, 15-4
How.lle
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Left: The boys watch
their teammates play as
they sit on the bench
waiting to be put in.
Below Left: The Bulldogs go for the shot
while the opposing team
waits for the chance to
rebound. Below:
Payton walks to the
other end of the court to
join his team.
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Left: Kim puts her Jrm~ up to
try and stop the Rising City
player from making a shot.
Middle Left: Kayla ste<tls the
ball away from an opposing
player who tries to run after
her and get the ball back.
Below: Brooke
takes the ball out
and gets ready to
pass it in to
Amanda so !>he
can take it down
the court.
Leigh
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68 33
Newman Grove
Shelby
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66 18
53 21
Spalding
Norlh Loup Scola
60 15
Prague
50 30
Clealwalw 63
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67 25
Dodge
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Cedar llaplds . , 30
Howell
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st. Flancll
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Left: Jus tin Preister
hurries to take first in
his race.
Below Left:Amanda
Preister and Ashley
Cambell sit and relax
until their events
come up.
Below: Lacey Labenz
smiles while warming
up to throw the
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"Even though we were a young team.
I think we did okay. We should show
lots of improvement in the future."
Tyler Christensen
" I hope more people go out next
year."
Todd Bachman
" We had a great year. Maybe next
year we can get a couple of wins."
Josh Meyu
" We have a great team with a lot of
potential. As our golfing skills increase, we will continue to improve
our scores."
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"It is our first year. We had a rough
beginning. Next year it should go
better."
Deric:k Fraueadaufer
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show •mprovernenl from the stan of the season to the end. I believe each golfer learned
that you must play the game one shot al a
time. Hopefully we will budd on what we
have learned this year·· Barb Kelly (Coac:b)
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Right: This year's 11115 FBLA
member!>. Front: Amanda Preister,
Josh Meyer, Lacey LabenL, Jenna
Sliva. Back: Ashley Campbell, Kari
Meyer, Tony Fischer, Brooke LaBenz,
Derick Fr<:~uendorfer, Garrett Flamig.
and Megan Bender.
Tnp: Jcnna. Dcnck. Brooke, and Garrett
smile because 1hcy JU>I go1 done 1csung.
Abo,c: Garrett. Megan. Brooke.
Amanda, Jcnna. Josh, and Lacey allended
1hc Fall Leadcrsh1p Conference 10
Kearney
llelow: Dcnck \HIS awarded fourlh place
al FBLA slnlc 111 Visual Bas1c.
Above: Josh, Megan, Kari, and Derick
just got done with awards and take a
quick picture before they load on the
bus.
Right: Megan, Ashley, Amanda, and
Kari are a ll smiles because they arc having so much fun at FBLA state and can't
wait to sec how good they did on all the
tests they took.
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Above: Students participate in a
Radical Youth Invasion at our
school sponsered by FCCLA.
Left: Shosta and Tiffany ponder
on different ideas they can do to
promote FCCLA week.
Bottom: Teri talks about ideas
they could have for FCCLA
week, while Kaylccn jus( smiles
and thinks about how excited
Left:The FCCLA team, Back
Row: Mrs. Bruening, Lacey
Labenz, Tcri Stepan, and
Mitchell Gronethal. Front row:
Kim Gronethal, Tiffany Korn,
Shasta Lovell, and Kayleen
Kallweit.
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LEFT: AS Derick gets the roses ready,
Garret stands by and ins tead ofhelping,justgiveshim "two thumbs up."
BELOW: Brooke, Danielle, and
Abbie take a quick picture w ith the
bulldog.
RIGHT: NHS inducts new members
Daneille a nd
Abbie go over a project for
Pennies For Patients.
BELOW: Derick s tares
blaankly during the luncheon meeting .
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Front Row-Nathan l-lubenka, Nick Streblow, Mi lton
Lueschen, Aaron Bruhn, Philip Pohlmeier. Back Row-Todd
Pre isler, Marc McPhill ips, Tyler Hell busch (Vice President).
Tom Schure (President), Dan iel Kallwei t (Secretary). Todd
Bachman.Not Pictured: David Sprueill.
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Right: The2003-200-l journalism staff.
Bad. Row: Mitchell Groncnthal and
Sarah Nelson. Middle Row:Lacey
Labenz, Rheanna Groteluschen, and
Melody Schrant. Front Row: Danielle
Bradley, Abbie Widhalm, and Brooke
La Benz.
Above: Melody Schrant grins even
though she wants to do her journalism work.
Below: Rheanna Groteluschcn is never
too busy to smile for the camera. even
though she's having trouble:, cropping a picture.
Above: The edi tors of the yearbook and
newsletter. Top to bottom: Danielle
Bradlcy,Rhcanna Grotcluschen,Brookc
La Benz, and Abbie Widhalm.
Right: Sarah Nelson gets mad and blames
her yearbook dead lines for all her stress.
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Abo\1~: The One Act ca~t and crew. Top Left: front: Keesha, Shosta,
Stevie, Brittany, Mitchell, Philip. Middle: Amanda, Milton, Lacey, Lciah,
Tiff,my, Daniel, and Todd. Back: Marc, Teri, Danicllc, Tom, Derick,
Garrett, and Daniel.
Top: The One Act team sits
and waits for their turn to go
on the stage.
Above: Lacey tells everyone
it's time to go get ready.
Bottom: Keesha one of the
performers from the other
plays.
Left: Marc McPhillips and
Derick Frauendorfer try to sec
how studly they can look.
Teri Stepan, Garrett Flamig, Derick Frauendorfer, and Lacey
Labenz were recogni.red as outstanding performers at the district
competition.
Right: Stevie Harkness nashes one of her million dollar smiles while
she watches other one act teams perform.
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Right to left: MEMBERS
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: Captain Megan
Campbell, Tiffany Korn, and Kayla jones.
Above: Kayla and Tiffany are getinng
'rowdy and rough'. Above Right: Megan
And Tiffany cheer on the basketball teams.
Left: Ashley and Kayla cheer up the school
at the pep rally. Below: The girls look on
as Mrs. Lovercheck trit'S to look as pretty
as they do.
Top Left: The girls have some
future cheerleaders trying to
take some tips. Above: Ashley
and Megan flex off their huge
muscles for the camera .
Bottomm Left: Ashley and
Megan cheer by the bulldog sign
in front of the school. Bottom
Right: Kayla and Tiffany "strike
a pose" in their uniforms.
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Right: TI1i'> Yl'ar's llomecoming Royalty for 200-1 were: King; Tony fischl?r
and Quem; icole Campbell.
Back
row· Kayla )one'> and Courtney Radtke
wen:- the sophomore ~ttendants
Amanda
Prei~ter and
l:Nrek Korlh were
the fre,hman ,,ttendants. Adam
Espaua and Lace\ Labenz wl?re the
junior atlt'ndanb. Pavton Sell and
jcnna Sll\ a were the Se~ior .1ttendats
Below: l'avton Sdl and jenna Sliva
dance and ~ake sure to make most of
it because ih their last Homecoming.
Above: Adam Esparza and Lacey
Labenz, junior attendants, enjoy
the dance together.
Right: Kayla, Amanda, and Kim
show off their cool moves they
have while having an awesome
time and this year's Homecoming
dance.
Above: Hearts Royalty for 200-1
were; King, Tre\·or Harper and
Queen, jenna Sli,•a. Back row:
Freshman attendants were Tyler
Christensen and Megan Bender.
Luke Rit/ and Steph james were
the sophomore attendants. Sarah
Nelson and Mitchell Gronenthal
were this year's junior attendants,
and the Seniors were Rheanna
Groteluschen and Derek Wagner.
Above: Teri smiles because she is
having so much fun.
Left: justin, Brooke, and Garrett
take a timeout for a quick pose for
the camera before they go and
dance the night away.
Right: Kayla, Kari, Amanda, and
Megan sit on the "bench" and flash
a quick smile for the camera.
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Above The boys and g1r1s take a moment to smile before graduation. Below: The Graduating Class of 2004. Front Row: Jess1ca Wardle, Dan1elle Bradley, Amanda
Ten Stepan. Second Row: Abbie Widhalm, Brooke laBenz, Jenna Sliva, Rheanna Groteluschen, Lon Gronenthal, Nicole Campbell, Le1ah Hams Back Row: Trevor Harper,
Nick Love, Thomas Schure, Andrew Bruhn, Pay1on Sell, Tony Fischer, Tyler Hellbusch, Darren Pfe1fer, Derek Wegener, N1ck Wessel.
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Class of 2004
Above: Class President,
Anthony Fischer, welcomes
family and friends.
Top Right: Class Salutatorian, Abbie Widhalm.
Top Left: Class Valedictorian, Danielle Bradley.
Above: Ushers Garrett
Flamig, Lacey Labenz,
Sarah Nelson, and Derick
Frauendorfer.
Middle Left: Mr. Flamig
gives his welcoming
address.
Middle Right: Mr. Sjuts
announces the graduates'
names.
Above: Student Council
President, Darren Pfeifer,
gives the invocation.
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Danielle Bradley: She will be attending Wayne State College where she will begin
Pre-Arch ilecture.
Andrew Bruhn: He will be enlisting in the Air Force.
Nicole Campbell: Nicole will be attending Bahner's College of Hairstyling.
Anthony Fischer: He will be attending Northeast Community College to complete a
degree in Electrical Technology.
Lori Gronenthal: She will be attending Southeast Community College in Milford to
complete a degree in Computer Progamming.
Rheanna Groteluschen: She will be attending Northeast Community College to
complete a degree as a registered nurse.
Trevor Harper: He will be attending Northeast Community College, but is unsure of
his degree.
Leiah Han·is: She will be entering the workforce.
Tyler Hellbusch: He has joined the United States Army.
Brooke LaBenz: She will begin a pre-phatmacy program at the University of
Lincoln.
Nick Love: He will be attending Metropolitan Community College to begin genereal
studies. He hopes to complete a meteorology degree.
Amanda McPhillips: She will be attending Mount Marty College to attain a degree in
radiology.
Darren Pfeifer: He will be attending Briar Cliff College to begin pre-law studies.
Thomas Schure: He will attend N01theast Community College to work on degrees in
criminal justice and physical therapy.
Payton Sell: He will attend Metropolitan Community College to begin a transfer
program. He hopes to complete a meteorology degree at UNO.
Jenna Sliva: She will begin an academic transfer program at Southest Community
College.
Teri Stepan: She will be attending Kansas State University.
Jessica Wardle: She will be attending Northeast Community College to complete a
degree in criminal justice.
Derek Wegner: He will be attending Orange Coast Junior College in Costa Mesa,
California.
Nicholas Wessel: He will enter the diesel mechanics program at Southeast
Community College.
Abbie Widhalm: She will begin a transfer program at Northeast Community
College, and complete a degree in psychology at Nebraska Wesleyan.
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Art Awards: Danielle Bradley, Leiah Harris. Trevor Harper, Nid. Love, Payton Sell, Abbie
Widhalm. Lacey I farris. Daniel Kallweit, Courtney Radke
Highest GPA in Art: Abbie Widhalm (Highest), Danielle Bradley
Accounting I: Lacey !farris
lnt-ro to Business: Heather Brachle, Amber Chollar, Ash ley Cummings, Jennifer lleesacker,
Sara Macken, Matt McPhillips, Keith Sunderman, Eric Ternus
Oflice Skills: Sarah elson
Ke)boarding: Kari Meyer. Kim Gronenthal, Steph James, Tiffany Korn, Amanda Preister,
Kayla Gronenthal
Child Development: Nicole Brachle
Government: Brooke LaBenz
American History: Derick Frauendorfer
Study Skills: Kayla Werts, Paige Frauendorfer, Allysen Kom
Fabric Art: Danielle Bradley, Nicole Campbell, Leiah Harris, Sarah Nelson, Teri Stepan
Housing: Danielle Bradley, Brooke LaBenz. Payton Sell
Teen Living: Paige Frauendorfer, Kayla Werts
Foods and Nutrition: Dustin Paczosa, Nicole Brachle
FCCLA president: Lacey Labenz
FCCLA District officer 03-04: Lacey Labenz
FCCLA District officer 04-04: Kayleen Kallweit
STAR event: Kayleen Kallweit
Life Science: Paige Frauendorfer
Advanced Biology: Derek Wegner
Advanced Chemistry: Derick Frauendorfer, Danielle Bradley
Algebra: Tiffany Korn, Kari Meyer, Eric Ternus, Matt McPhillips
Modern Problems: Amanda Preisler
Weightlifting: Nathan Hubenka, Amanda McPhillips. Luke Ritz
Basic Woods: Derek Korth, Todd Preister, ick Strehlow, Andrew Fischer, Alex Fischer
Advanced Woods: Derick Frauendorfer, Justin Ternus, Amanda McPhillips, Tony Fischer.
Marc McPhillips, Tom Schure, Dustin Paczosa
Drafting: Derick Frauendorfer, Justin Ternus, Danielle Bradley
Small Engines: Nick Wessel
Air Force Math and Science Award: Derick Frauendorfer-Jr., Brooke LaBenz-Sr.
Volleyball All Conference Honorable Mention: Katie Macken
Volleyball Most Improved Player: Kayla Jones
Cornhuskcr Conference Academic Award: Justin Preister, Derick Frauendorfer, Danielle
Bradley, Lacey Labenz
Presidential Academic Award: Danielle Bradley-Sr., Matt McPhillips-JH, Jordan Costello-J H
Northeast Academic Contest: Nicole Brachle-Child Development I st place
Derick Frauendorfer-Drafting Ist place
Cornhusker Conference Honor Choir: Jenna Sliva, Rheanna Groteluschen, Amanda McPhillips,
Brooke LaBenz. Abbie Widhalm, Garrett Flamig, Tony Fischer, Payton Sell, Tom Schure
English: Brool-.e LaBenz, Amanda McPhillips, Lacey Labenz, Melody Schrant, Justin Ternus. Justin
Preister, Garrett Flamig, Derick Frauendorfer, Dusty Paczosa, Nicole Brachle, Kayla Jones, Katie
Macken, Megan Bender, Kari Meyer, Amanda Preisler
Speech: Lacey Labcnz, Brooke LaBenz. Megan Bender, Garrett Flamig, Teri Stepan, Danielle Brad
Abbie Widhalm
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Bachman, Neil 16, 17
Bachman, Todd 21, 24, 44, 57,
59
Behnk, Logan 23, 33
Bender, Cole 23,33
Bender, Gage 23
Bender, Jacob 23
Bender, Megan 1, 14, 20, 21, 24,
29,52,53,54,60,61,63,65
Bender, P,aden 21, 48
Billie, Chenae 23, 33
BilJie, Chenea 1
Billie, Vacecia 21, 31, 34, 37, 38,
39,48,49,53,59
Brachle, Heather 22, 24
Brachle, Nicole 18, 19, 24, 37, 64,
65
Bradley, Oanielle 2, 3, 6, 9, 24,
. 28, 37, 52, 56, 58, 59, 60, 64, 65,
68, 70, 71
Brandt, Lacey 23, 33
Bruhn, Aaron 20, 21, 36, 57
Bruhn, Andrew 6, 9, 64, 65, 68,
70,71
Bruhn, Ashley 23
Cambell, Ashley 18
Campbell, Ashley 14, 18, 19, 33,
42, 43, 46, 47, 48, 49, 52, 53, 54,
60, 61, 64
Campbell, Nicole 3, 6, 9, 10, 30,
34,36,62,64,65,67,69,70
Chollar, Amber 3, 22
Christensen, Cody 23, 40
Christensen, Tyler 20, 21, 24, 34,
40,44,45,50,63
Costello, Jordan 22
Cummings, Ashley 22, 36
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Dohmen, Derrick 1, 23
Dohmen, Matt 14, 15, 18, 19, 40,
156
Esparza, Adam 14, 16, 17, 24, 28,
32,34,35,40,50,62,65,67
Esparza, Angel 21, 28, 38, 39, 42,
43,46,47,48,52,53
Finkral, Amber 1, 23
Finkral, Zach 2, 18, 19, 24, 44, 48
74
Fischer, Alex 21, 38, 40, 44, 45
Fischer, Andrew 20, 21, 34, 40,
41,44,48
Fischer, Tony 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 15,
24,25,32,34,39,40,44,53,54,
62,64,65,67,68, 70,71,156
Flamig, Garrett 1, 2, 14, 15, 16,
17, 28, 30, 31, 33, 35, 38, 40, 41,
43,44,45,48,49,52,54,56,59,
60, 63, 64, 65, 68, 71, 156
Frauendorfer, Derick 2, 14, 16,
17, 28, 31, 39, 44, 50, 52, 53, 54,
56, 59, 64, 68, 71
Frauendorfer, Paige 14, 23, 47
Geyer, Joe 23, 33
Gronenthal, Kayla 2, 14, 20, 21,
37,39,42,43,46,47,48,49,62
Gronenthal, Kim 2, 14, 20, 21,
31,34,42,43,46,47,52,53,55,62
Gronenthal, Lori 3, 7, 9, 10, 30,
33,55,64,65,66,70
Gronenthal, Mitchell 2, 16, 17,
24,28,52,55,58,59,60,63,64,
65,67
Groteluschen, Rheanna 3, 7, 9,
10,52,58,63,64,65,67,68,70
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Harding, Austin 22
Harkness, Stevie 14, 18, 19, 38,
42,43,52,53,59
Harmon, Spencer 22
Harper, Blake 14, 15, 18, 19, 28,
40,41,44,45,48,49, 156
Harper, Cody 15, 18, 19, 40, 41,
44,48,49,156
Harper, Trevor 3, 6, 9, 10, 15,
29, 32, 35, 43, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67,
70, 156
Harris, Lacey 16, 17, 33, 36, 39,
42,43,48,49,64,65,67
Harris, Leiah 6, 9, 10, 14, 30, 37,
59, 64, 65, 69, 70
Heesacker,Jenny 22,33,35
Hellbusch, Aaron 23
Hellbusch, Melissa 22
Hellbusch, Tyler 6, 9, 10, 29, 32,
37,53,57,64,67, 70
Hubenka, Derrick 23
Hubenka, Nathan 1, 18, 19, 28,
38,40,50,57,65
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James, Steph 14
James, Stephanie 14, 18, 19, 37,
63,65,67
Jones, Kayla 3, 14, 15, 18, 19, 25,
42,52,60,61,62,63,64, 156
Kallweit, Daniel 2, 16, 17, 30, 32,
57, 59, 64, 67
Kallweit, Kayleen 1, 29, 21, 29, 5:
55
Korn, Allysen 23
Korn, Tiffany 14, 21, 31, 34, 36,
38,46,47,52,55,59,61
Korth, Derek 15, 20, 21, 24, 29, 41
44,48,49,52,62, 156
Korth, Josh 17, 28
Kush, Jennifer 22, 35
Kush, Jodee 22, 33
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LaBenz, Brooke 3, 7, 9, 10, 25, 30,
35,36,37,38,43,46,47,52,54,58,
60,63,64,70,71
Labenz, Lacey 3, 16, 17, 25, 28,
30, 35, 39, 42, 43, 48, 49, 52, 53, 54,
55,56,58,59,60,62,64,65,67,68,
71
Love, Nick 2, 7, 9, 10, 24, 32, 39,
40,41,48,49,64,67,69,70
Lovell, Shosta 14, 21, 37, 52, 55,
59
Lovercheck, Laura 1, 2, 23
Lueschen, Milton 20, 21, 34, 36,
38, 48, 49, 57, 59
Macken, Katie 2, 18, 19, 34, 42,
43,52,53,55,64
Macken,Sara 22,33
McPhillips, Amanda 7, 9, 11, 29,
31, 33, 38, 39, 42, 43, 46, 48, 49, 59,
60,64,65,67,68,70
McPhillips, Marc 14, 15, 18, 19,
28,33,40,41,44,45,48,57,59,64,
156
McPhillips, Matt 22, 33
McPhillips, Nick 23
Meyer, Josh 18, 19, 29, 31, 50, 53,
54
Meyer, Justin 1, 23
Meyer, Kari 1, 14, 31, 36, 52, 54,
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Paczosa, Dustin 18, 19, 37
Petersen, Jessica 14, 21, 31, 37
Pfeifer, Darren 2, 3, 8, 9, 11, 24,
30,34,36,40,41,52,53,64,65,67,
68, 70, 71
Phillip, Adam 33
Phillips, Adam 36
Pohlrneier, Phillip 20, 21, 40, 41,
M,57, 59
Preister, Amanda 1, 14, 20, 21,
29,38,42,46,47,48,49,52,54,62,
Radke, Courtney 15, 18, 19, 30,
33, 40, 41, 48, 52, 62, 65, 66, 156
Radke, Megan 2, 3, 21, 29, 31, 34,
36
Reitz, Bobbie 22
Ritz, Luke 18, 19, 40, 41, 44, 45,
63
Schrant, Emily 2, 23, 24
Schrant, Melody 2, 14, 16, 17, 30,
36,37,42,55,58,60,64,65,66,67
Schure, Tom 2, 3, 8, 9, 11, 24, 30,
36,57,59,64,66,69, 70
Schwarz, Cody 2, 15, 21, 44, 45,
156
Sell, Payton 2, 3, 8, 9, 11, 30, 34,
37,40,41,43,44,45,62,64,65,68,
70
Sliva, Jenna 3, 9, 11, 25, 29, 34, 37,
42,43,52,53,54,62,63,64, 70
Sprueill, David 21, 57
Stepan, Teri 3, 9, 11, 30, 34, 38,
46,47,52,55,59,60,63,64,65,66,
68,70
Strehlow, George 14, 23
Strehlow, Nick 21, 31, 36, 44, 57
Sunderman, Keith 2, 22, 24, 33
Ternus, Brittni 22, 24
Ternus, Eric 22, 33, 35, 36
Ternus, Jusitn 63
Ternus, Justin 2, 3, 14, 16, 17, 24,
32, 40, 41, 44, 45, 53, 64, 65
Tuma, Tyson 16,17
Wardle, Jessica 3, 9, 11, 25, 34,
37,64,66,67,68,69,70
Wardle, Steph 16, 17
Wardle, Stephanie 16, 17, 35, 37
Wegener, Derek 3, 8, 9, 11, 25,
34, 52, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 70, 71
Werner, Brittany 2, 15, 16, 17,
24, 28, 31, 34, 35, 42, 43, 59, 64, 65,
156
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Wessel, Nick 8, 9, 11, 24, 64, 65,
67, 70, 71
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4, 28, 30, 35, 40, 41, 44, 48, 49, 64,
56
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t- Scott Peterson stands trial on
murder charges m the slaymg
of his pregnant w1fe, Laci, and
the1r unborn son.
~
During the summer
of 2003. low-risk
prison inmates help
battle Southern
California's wildfires
for only $1 an hour.
~At a St. LOUIS
dog
shelter, Cam. a
one-year-old mutt,
surviVes tranquilizalion
and a tnp to the gas
chamber and 1s then
adopted by the animal
shelter owner.
f- Comedian Robm Williams
travels to Baghdad to
lighten the spirits of US.
troops as he kicks off a
holiday tour of U.S. bases
1n the Middle East.
---.a.-r--tl f- While aboard the International
Space Stalion, Russian cosmonaut
Yuri Malenchenko marries his
Amencan girlfriend by v1deo link
in the first "space wedding."
1' Iranian lawyer Shirin Ebadi
wins the 2003 Nobel Peace
Prize for human rights activ1sm
as she fights to improve the
status of refugees, women
and children 1n Iran
f- Golfer Tom Watson donates
his $1 million Charles Schwab
Cup winmngs to fund research
for Lou Gehrig's disease,
which has stricken his caddie,
Bruce Edwards.
.. British Airways and
Air France ground the
supersonic Concordes
after 27 years of
service Despite their
speed, the aircraft were
II18COI10mical to operate.
._ In response to a-mall spim,
the can-Spam Act requires
a-mall marketers to clearly
label messages as ads and
Include an Internet-based
opt-out feature
-+ Fast-food patrons can
now get their food
even quiCker. thanks to
McDonald's introduction
of seH·service
ordenng kiOSks.
--+ AuM1st. America's first
Intranasal mlluenza
vaccme. provides
needle-wary patients
with an alternatiVe lor
the 2003 flu season.
-+ The Food and Drug
Administration bans dietary
supplements containing
ephedra due to health
concerns and warns
consumers not to take
products containing
the stimulant.
._ In October. China
becomes the third
country to travel in
space when the
world's first successful
talkonaut, Yang Uwei,
returns to Earth after
21 hours In orbit
-+ In June, pet prairie
dogs in Wisconsin,
IHinols and Indiana
Infect people with
monkeypox after
being infecled by a
glint Gambian rat
while In transit
-+ Federal worbrs in
washington kill a herd
of 449 calves that
Include the offspring
of a Holstein Infected
with mad cow disease.
~
North American trees
are threatened by Asian
longhomed beetles,
which allegedly arrived
in Chinese wooden
f- In August, Mars' arM bnngs
it closer to Earth than 11 has
been in 60,000 years.
packing matenal.
1' American SC1ent1sts discover
the deterioration of the
atmosphere's ozone layer IS
slowmg. The 1996 worldwide
ban on CFC gases is credited
for the improvement.
Keiko. star of the Free Willy
movies, dies of pneumonia
at the age of 27.
+- Celebrities life FOX's
"That 70s Show"
Slar Ashton Kutcher
make 1118 "trucker
hal" afashion
must-have.
+- The country goes
low-carbdiet
crazy, with dietirs
demanding food
products and menu
Items with fewer
carbohydrates.
+- Popularized by
music stars lie
Busta Rhymes and
J.Lo, track sulls are
seen MfYWhenl.
-+ Girls get Into breakdancing
at events like 1118 Oween 8
Breakgirl competition In San
Diego, the country's biggest
female breakin' competition.
~
With 1118 resurgence of
'80s-style rock music.
'80s clothing styles
make a comeback of
1" The year's hottest
foot fashion Is 1118
Australian-made
Ugg boot, which
stays coolin heat
and warm In cold.
~
Avon, the world's largest
direct seller of beauty
products, mtroduces mark a new cosmetic line 1ntended
for teens to sell.
1' In an effort to thwart
counterfeiters, the U.S.
Treasury releases a colorful
new $20 bill, w1th a
background blend of blue,
peach and green.
~
A new study reveals the Top 10
most dangerous US. occupations.
Lumberjack tops the list.
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Letterman, 56, announces the
November birth of his first child,
a baby boy.
~
After the success of his
best-selling fantasy novel Eraaon:
Inheritance, author Christopher
Paolini, 19, begins wnttng the
much-anticipated sequel.
~
Matt Kenseth claims the
NASCAR Wmston Cup Series
champ1onsh1p, after leading
the standings through a
record 33 races.
1' Freddy Adu, 14, becomes the
youngest Amencan pro team
athlete in over 100 years when
he signs with D.C. United of
MaJor League Soccer.
~
League MVP Tim Duncan and
DaVId Rob1nson - in his final
game - lead the San Antomo
Spurs to the 2003 NBA Iitle
with a 4-2 series win over
the New Jersey Nets.
+-
7 In his first of a number
of trials 1n several
states. a Virgm1a jury
sentences D.C. area
sniper Lee Boyd
Matvo, 18. to hfe
w1thout parole.
7 After wmnmg 64
career titles, including
14 grand slam events,
and a record six years
ranked No. 1 tenms
great Pete Sampras
ret1res at the U S
Open m August.
7 Teen star Hilary Duff
tops off her successful
moVJe debut, The
Uzz1e McGwre MoVIe,
with a hit pop album.
MetamorphOSIS, and
a nallonw1de tour
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In October,
Mother Teresa
of Calcutta is
bea!Jfied by
Pope John
Paul II 1n Vatican
Crty This marks
the final step
before samthood
in the Roman
Catholic Church.
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