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•   Larry Gerlach

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Donna Yonkey (Doolittle)  9/26
•   Richard McCOY  9/27
•   Joyce Hatfield (Bromley)  10/1
•   Linda Hamer (Schutz)  10/5
•   Henry Schuman  10/6
•   Loretta Kennel (Reppond)  10/13
•   Kathryn Phelps (Vandeberg)  10/15
•   John Meier  10/16
•   Pat Glenn  10/17
•   Irwin Heckman  10/18
•   Connie Yonkey (Johnson)  10/22
•   Minnie Royal (Stephens)  10/24
•   Helen Jeffers (Faust)  10/25
•   William Niemann  10/25

PROFILE UPDATES


•   Phyllis Stoki (Phillips)  9/19
•   Douglas Carr  9/6
•   Pat Bebout (Quattrocchi)  8/29
•   Marilyn Hoppe (Sievers)  8/29
•   Ron Lehman  8/10
•   Donna Likens (Henry)  4/22
•   Judith Walker (Hatfield)  3/23
•   John Osterlund  2/1
•   Art Gerdes  1/29
•   Carmen Aguilar (Draper)  12/30
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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 46.1%


A:   189   Joined
B:   221   Not Joined

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WHERE WE LIVE


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MISSING CLASSMATES


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Lincoln High School
Class Of 1959

Welcome to the LHS Class of 1959

Official Web Site

Over 64000 site visits to date.

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Would you believe, most of the LHS59ers will turn 75  in 2016.  In commemoration of this momentous occasion, we will hold a 75th birthday celebration on October 2, 2016.  CLICK HERE for details.

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Lincoln Sweet Treat landmark, Conroy's Bakery, to close after 60 years.

CLICK HERE to view the story in the Lincoln Journal/Star.  Conroy's has opened a second location run by one of Mr. Conroy's sons.  It is located near 16th and Old Cheney.  It will remain open to carry on the sweet traditions started in College View.

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Chance meeting at the gym......

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MEMORIES-most of our classmates have a story about this Lincoln landmark.

Robbers Cave to reopen.  CLICK HERE to read full story in the Lincoln Journal Star.

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FIRE TAKES LONG TIME LINCOLN ICON, IDEAL GROCERY STORE.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY IN THE LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR.

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MILITARY HONOR LICENCE PLATES

Our thanks to Fred Chrastil for leting know about this opportunity for classmates who served in the military. 

Nebraska Military Honor plates will be available to order online Dec 7, paper applications will be available online by Dec. 5 or Dec 4. Questions – contact Nebraska DMV.

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ILLUMINATING LINCOLN

ILLUMINATING LINCOLN-LIGHTHOUSE is a Public Art Project and is just one component of the 25th Anniversary celebration of Lighthouse throughout 2015.


The Project is a six foot Light Bulb – an icon of illumination – using fiberglass with a polyurethane resin. All designed and created by Nebraska Artists. They are on display for individuals to see.


All the Sponsored Light Bulbs will be on display throughout Lincoln from May 1, 2015 – September, 2015. Following the display period the Light Bulbs will be auctioned at Haymarket Park on October 9. The person/busines with the winning bid will receive the sculpture to display at a private or approved public location. One-third of the bid amount will go to the Artist, with the remainder going to support Lighthouse.


The Lighthouse is an After-School Program offering middle and high school aged-youth academic support, evening meals and enrichment/recreational activities during non-school hours, Monday through Friday, twelve months a year. It is vitally important for youth to have a safe harbor during the high risk after school hours.

We have had several requests to add a couple to our web site.  Here are four of our favorites and (CLICK HERE) TO VIEW THE REST.

This one is at LHS

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PIUS HS

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40th and Old Cheney

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Special Recognition to Honor William Bogar

On May 1, 2013, staff, students and LHS alums were present at the dedication of the newly completed "William Bogar Wall of Honor".  Mr. Bogar is being honored for his years as principal at Lincoln High (1950-1976).  His daughter, Pat Burford, helped fund the wall in the hallway between the Media Center and the Cafeteria.  The Wall of Honor will recognize student successes at Lincoln High.

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