Gackle High School - Oriole Yearbook (Gackle, ND)

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L I s F e i 1 i X L,--, -v,,-.+..mm.u.---fu--.-Y.-.:v-fp u.Q.:1.-,l-.rv--,-ff.-2 1.1- fm: - .-. . ..x . . Q1-.,.ff.w'.1f ,1-. fy 4,1--f. 1 -an-.., .. ,., - , .-, ., --.:,-rv ,1-.M .L wwf, H, V ... 5 . V v.-up-4. 4, ,, 4-1 1..wr-.,- 'f..- --.Q ummm 'fn . THE Q GQLE To our parents whose interest and sacrifices have made possible these high school days this annual is dedicated. May this dedication convey to you our gratitude for all that you have done. The Senior Class of 'SL I FACULTY MR. SOLHEIM B.S. STC Valley City M.A. Col. State Greeley l Superintendent - 500131 Studles MH. ANDRESEN B.S. degree Ellendale Normal Graduate Work at Macalester College, St. Paul Principal - English MR. MARTINO B.S. Gogebic JC Gogebic, Michigan NDAC Fargo, N. Dak. Coach - Commercial MR. LANG B.A. Walla Walla College Walla Walla, Washington Math - Bookkeeping I z I By crust NAATUS The year is 1980, on the moon it is known as WPearl Year' for through the many years pearls have actually become extinct on earth and many, including me, have come to the moon to search for these costly pearls. As I began to dive into the water which is more or less a pot hole on the moon, I wonder why I ever took to diving. Maybe it was the excitement in doing it or -- no time to think of that now, for I see some pearls I must gather. Put-wait! What is this? It looks like a chest. I wonder what's in it? As I open the treasure chest I jump for joy because I found --- no not uranium or tungstun or even more pearls but something more precious than all others combined. I found a record of that never-forgotten Senior Class of l95L. As I page through the worn and warped book I read: WANDA SPILLOWAY, famous mountain climber, finds new ski-trail on top of Mount Everestt. The name of the trail? Why WSPILLOWAYW of course. Hmmmmmm- if I remember right it was Wanda who always liked to climb those many steps up to the class room, but hated to walk down because it took so much time. Gosh! What's this? VICTORIA SARKINEN, 195A graduate invents new quiz cap. Sarky, the name given to the cap will answer any questions asked when put on. So, Vicky did invent the cap she was always talk - ing about. I wonder if she did put a heating system in it so that you could wear it in North DBKOUB in the wintertime. Oh! I see VERNA ROESLER also became an inventor. She invented the WRosyW light bulb that never burns out. We always said Verna was bright! As I read on I find that NORBERT KINZLER joined the circus. He is billed as the tallest of the tallest in the whole universe. It says here that he drank some unknown liquid which made him spring up like a jet. Here's something! It doesn't seem possible! LAVERN SCHLITTENHARDT elected president of the largest reducing club in the United States. LaVern won with her original slogan-- WIf you eat heavy calorie foods in haste, They won't spoil and won't go to waste.W It seems as if many understood her as saying 'It won't spoil and won't go to your waist.W Well! It looks like Edris is on her way to fame. The book says that EDRIS DEWITT, mother of four children made her own baby crib which hums softly and rocks automatically. As I turn the page my eye falls upon the black print which reads: MELVIN AMMON, small town bottle blower, still holds the world's record for blowing the biggest bottle. The teachers always said he should bottle up some of his wind. I wonder if Melvin took them seriously. I see QUENTIN ZIMMEMWAN finally realized his ambition and became the head of the WZimmerman Poor Housen. Quentin always did seem to be broke all the time. Here's another graduate of l95b. GORDON GUMKE. It says here that Gordon revised Webster's dictionary. His reason? Direct quote from Gordon, 'The language was too mundane and garrulous in the book which was of ancient vintage. As I read on I find that JOAN Banner, writes a book which became her book WThe Family and The Farmw. What do you know! MARY ELLEN HALE marries a four star general. Mary is keeping herself busy by entertaining the 'high brassn. Mary did seem to have an interest in the Army all the time. Hmmmmmm Here it says that DONALD JERKE drew up a blue print for a new type of rubber car, toy that is. The WJerke Specia1', as the car is called is now on the market and selling like hot cakes. I see MARVEL SCHLENKER finally decided what to do. Marvel is the owner of a small candy shop in Alaska. I wonder why she picked A1aska??? Maybe she's coldblooded. HuH? I knew it! And the book says so right here, WVYDELL SUKO becomes Gackle's new Auctioneer.' VyDell auctions everything from antiques to tubs. I knew! I knew it for VyDell just loved to chat or ahh -- should I say chatter? Well! Well! To think Evelyn Meyer turned out to be It says here that Evelyn went out to Hawaii and found a oxygen is running low so I better get these pearls back, I in a fix. How can I carry both the scrap book and the I know I'll leave the pearls and take this book, because Though a pearl is worth a million dollars or more, They'll never top the Seniors of l95h. BENDER, once editor of the Gackle best seller in 1979. Joan named an explorer! -- OH! OH! My but Gosh! Am Pearls? Oh, after all -- A kj 4--'Z -4-,,1sl Q U f 6 di: -'flfz iltkh KL -xgxx? 1 Q Q, K x..x' S -5 M , 4 egg? Q Seniors Ly Juniors Snphnmeres Freshmen Gordon Gumke Chorus ----- l,2,3 Banner ------- 1,3 Track ---------- 1 Class Play---?,3 Y Q Viccoria Uarkincn Annual ------- 3,A Banner ------- 3 ,l, Chorus ----- 2,3,q G.A.A.---l,2,3,A 'cp Tquad--2,3,A Offic'c -------- Libra.lan ---- l A ,2 Class Play---3,5 Joan Bender Annual ------- 3,5 Banner ------- 3,h Chorus---l,2,3 Band ----- l,2,3 Pep Band---2,3 G.A.A.---l,2,3 Pep Squad--2,3 Officer ---- 2,3 Librarian ---- 1,2 Class Play---3,b Oueen ----- ----- 3 ,A ,A ,L ,A ,A ,A fl! Edris DeWitt Annual ----- 2,3,L Banner ------ -3 Chorus---l,2,3 Pep Band---2,3 ,A ,h Band ----- l,2,3,A M 'A' 'ne G.A.A. ----- l,2,3 Pep Squad--2,3 Librarian ---- 1 ,A ,2 Class Play---3,b LaVern Schlittenhard Annual ------ -3,5 Banner ------- 3,A Chorus ----- --2,3 G.A.A.---1,2,3,L Pep Squad--2,3,L Officer -------- 1 Librarian ---- 2,3 Class Olay---3,A Melvin Ammon Annual --------- A Chorus---l,2,3,A Band ----- l,2,3,A Officer -------- 3 Council -------- 2 Basketball-2,3,A Football ------ -A Football Mgr.--3 Librarian ---- l,2 Class Play---3,A King ----------- L Grace Naatus Annual ----- 2,3,L Banner ------- 3,L Chorus---l,2,3,L Band ----- l,2,3,L Pep Band---2,3,L Pep Squad--2,3,A Cheerldr.--2,3,L G.A.A.---l,2,3,h Librarian ---- 1,2 Officer -------- 2 Council ------ 2,3 Class Play---3,L Manda Spilloway Annual ------- 3,A Banner ------- 3,L Chorus ------- 2,3 G.A.A. ----- 2,3,b Pep Squad ---- 3,L Librarian ---- 1,2 Officer -------- 1 Class Play---3,h We Evelyn Meyer Annual ------- 3,h Banner ------- 3,b Chorus ----- 2,3,h Pep Squad--2,3,A :IoAaAs""'1,2,3,lJ Librarian ---- 2,3 Officer ------ --7 Class Play---3,h Verna Roesler Annual ------- 3,h Banner ------ -3,h Chorus ----- l,3,L Band --------- 1,2 Pep Band ------- 3 'ep Squad ---- 3,L Cheerldr. ---- 1,2 Officer ------ 1,2 Class Play-l,?,L ,lx Wk ,K A- Norbert Kinzler Annual "" '2 7331+ Banner ---- -?,3,M Chorus ------- 1,2 Football ---- -3,L Baseball- ---- 3,L Track ----- ---1,2 King ------- ---- 3 Officer ------ l,b Librarian----1,2 Jlass Play---3,h Donald Jerke Chorus Hand ----- l,2,3,b Hep Band---2,3,b Librarian ---- --2 Class Play---3,b Marvel Jchlenker Annual ---- --A Banner ---- 3,b Chorus ---- 3,h Pep Squad- 3,b Officer--- --3 Librarian- --2 Class Play-----L Crojector--2,3,L Q 15- Quentin Zimmerman Chorus ----- l,2,A Football ----- 1,2 Baseball ----- 3,L B.B. Mgr.--1,2,3 Track -------- 1,2 Librarian ------ 2 Projector--2,3,L Officer -------- A Class Play---3,u Vydell Suko Annual ----- 2,3,h Banner ------- 3,L Chorus---1,2,3,h Band ------- l,2,3 G.A.A. ----- 2,3,b Pep Squad--2,3,b Librarian ---- 2,L Officer-------3 Class Play---3,L Mary Ellen Hale annual --------- A Ranner ------ ---b Chorus ------- 1,2 Pep Squad ----- -h G.A.A.---l,2,3,L Council ----- ---L Librarian--l,2,3 Class Play---3,b 4lF' Q-mmmmwiws-mwmmm, , , HF VERY It was the sixth day of September, 1950 when twenty- three freshmen entered Gackle High School. We elected the following class officers: president, Wanda Spillowayg vice- president, LaVern Schlittenhardg secretary, Florence Puperag treasurer, Norbert Kinzler. Mrs. Helen Wasch was our class advisor. During the course of the year Jean Homola, Florence Pupera, Joe Zentner, and Phyllis Kuck dropped out. The first big event in our lives as freshmen came the last part of September when the sophomores made us Wwalk the plankn. On February lb the freshmen entertained the sophomores at a sophomore return party. In our sophomore year our class enrollment was nine- teen. We opened the new school year by electing officers. They were as follows: president, Grace Naatusg vice presi- dent, Archie Kleingartnergsecretary, Evelyn Meyergtreasurer, Joan Bender, and class advisor, Mrs. Wasch. We had the privilege of initiating the freshmen on September 17, which was a great success. We all looked forward to the sophomore return party which took place February lb. The following school year opened the 2nd of September with 18 juniors enrolling. Ernest Sommerfield and Janell Sommerfeld, who is now married, quit school. Verna Roesler from Lehr, N. Dak. joined our class and during the 2nd semester, Mary Ellen Hale from Minnesota also came making 19 members of the junior class. We elected the following class officers: president, Joan Bender, vice president, Melvin Ammon, secretary, VyDell Sukog treasurer, Marvel Schlenker, and class advisor, Mrs. Wasch. On December 15, the juniors received their class rings. On March 19 and 20th the juniors presented their class play, WHillbilly Weddinn. Last but not least, we as juniors honored the seniors with a junior and senior banquet which was held in the Congregational Church parlors. Our next year started with 15 seniors enrolled. Archie Kliengartner, DeLoris Zenker, and DeElda Zenker have left us and are now going to Jamestown High School. Our class officers are: president, Victoria Sarkineng vice president, Quentin Zimmerman, secretary, Norbert Kinzlerg treasurer, Joan Bender, and class advisor, Mr. Solheim. As this annual goes to press we are still looking forward to a Senior play, junior and senior banquet, skip day, and of course graduation!!! Now that the time has come for this elegant and con- spicuous Senior Class of l95L to graduate we can't possibly leave the school, its students, and the faculty without first leaving what we think is the most important advice ever left to anyone by anyone. Therefore, we, this highly distinguished Senior Class write our last will and testimony, which if once read shall ring in the ears of the readers as long as they may live, so it will not matter too much if quite by accident this will should be destroyed. To each one of the faculty the senior class wills the following: To Mr. Solheim, our superintendent, we wish to extend our sincere thanks for all he has done for us and also for all the sound advice which we will now give to him. To Mr. Andreson, our principal, we will all the nobly bound dictionaries of Webster for looking up the words which we now will use. To Mr. Lang we will all our debits and credits in book- keeping for now we finally learned into which column each should be placed. To Mr. Martino we will our ability to play basketball and type fast and also the best typewriter left with which he can do his own typing. To Mrs. Andreson we will our ability to tumble and stand on our heads. To Mr. Miller, our janitor, we give permission to hang our graduation picture any place he thinks will be best suitable with the exception of the furnace room. To the juniors we will our pleasing personality and good looks'and also the pleasure of occupying the seats which we once occupied. To the sophomores, after they are mature enough to have dates we will all the males and females which were left over when we made our pick. To the freshmen who we know are still on the green side of life,we will our ability to keep the desk tops with- out a scratch and may they some day reach at least half the stage of intelligence which we have attained. We, the eminent and refined seniors, individually will the following: Grace N. wills her ability to make hook shots in basket- ball to DeLores M. Joan B. wills her lost pounds to Violet K. Edris D. wills her Vicks bottle to DeVaris A. Mary Ellen H. wills her gifts from her soldier friend to Arlene J. Donald J. wills tb Robert S. the pleasure of hauling the girls down town. , Evelyn M. wills her becoming manner to Lawrence S. Verna R. wills her many nights at home to Arberdella S. Victoria S. wills her rides to school at noon to every one who eats too much for dinner. Marvel S. wills her boy friend to the service, period!!! VyDell S. wills her curiosity to Clifford K. Quentin Z. wills a third of all his money to the under- privileged, including the teachers. Norbert K. wills his diminutiveness to the Kinzler boys. Gordon G. wills his highly developed-vocabulary to Fred Z Melvin A. wills his ability to sing and play his guitar to Robert G. LaVern S. wills her busybodyness to Jerry S. Wanda S. wills her finger nails to Delyle S. with this we are leaving with half of what we think is important but since we know none of you are mature enough and mentally or physically sound, we cannot lay a heavier burden upon those weak and undeveloped shoulders. So with this, our last will and testimony now completed we can not help but wear a grin for we know as every body else knows that we have accomplished the standard placed be- fore us with enthusiasm. far J WJ-0 AL iaziwiv f0agIZiE2t7 f32,dAmJ?y ' Zzqzfg 2 1 alawela. ' Sl01L.u.4SQ,4.LbL,f fzrufwal :W-ffl-212+ Vieafuaa - WZL4 Lam.. fi WTG T3W37T1f?'??'Wk7fZ'VFQF E5 'W' 'I' A U ., , ,,x, X. 3 A V r lf mm-mm , umm-mvmwmfnmmx Qs Back row: Left to right, Clyde Remboldt,Ernest Summerfield, Alton Gienger,Dely1e Schaible. Middle row: Eugene Kinzler, gyron Koski, Willie Grosz, Mr. Andresen, advisor. Front row: . Irene Mayer, LaVonne Baer, Arlene Jerke, DeVar1s Ammon. Not Pictured: . Marvin Kinzler, Wallace Kinzler. School opened on the 7th of September withl2 juniors enrolling We elected class officers as follows: President ............. Willie Grosz Vice president ......... Irene Mayer Sec.-treasurer ....... DeVaris Ammon We were offered the following subjects: United States History, President English IIL Chemistry, Psychology, bookkeeping, and typing I or II. February 19 was a happy day for the juniors when they received their rings. On the l9th M 20th of November the juniors gave their play UComin Round the Mountain.W It was ad- K E, judged a success. . X jg' There is an event yet to look y 9 ,,.QQ.. ' ii, forward to, that of the Junior- I ' Senior Banquet, where the Juniors R can show what ability they have. 4 . Our Student Council representa- Sec,-Treas. Vice President tive is LaVonne Baer. SOZFHOM O K I5 S First row: Arberdella Schultz, Darlene Bier, Diana Ammon, Clara Miller, Elaine Wolff, Violet Kinzler, LuElla Morlock. Second row: Mr. Lang, adviser, Delano Remboldt, Douglas Naatus, Clifford Klundt, Donald Sarkinen, Dave Wilen, Lloyd Jerke, Robert Sarkinen. Third row: Merril Rivinius, Myron Sommerfeld, John Henke, Fred Ziemann. LeRoy Muller, Gordon Kinzler, Lawrence Summerfield. We started the school year by l,: 'MQ Q electing officers: ' 1QlfQ President ......... ....Fred Ziemann f :N e xii, vice president ..... Merril Rivinuis gif ' M Secretary.... ...... .Douglas Naatus fwfr 3951 - s 'Z Treasurer.... ....... Violet Kinzler President Vice President Student Council.......Elaine Wolff We were offered the following subjects: 'Geography, general sci- ence, English II, Algebra, and typing. The freshmen suffered the con- sequences of being pledged fresh- s M fi" 5 men in an initiation party spon- e , sored by the sophomores and later 'il the freshmen sponsored a party for the sophomores which was very well appreciated. Sec.-Treas. :Ju Wi? wg wwf' bfi, n A. 1 'hd , f 1 ,Q fn. v 4.-kwin Tb' x 'fn vo. A Y X K 'QV ERE o HM EW Back row: Arlys Lang, Dcnavon Sommerfeld, Calvin Schweigert,Jerry Hervesten Lance Wilen. Second row: Mrs. Andresen, teacher, Janice Spilloway Jerry Schott Dennis Rivinius, Dayton Warq Robert Gumke. First row: Eva Pentz, Margaret Lehn DeAnn Speidel, Delores Meyer, Ileene Veil, Marjo Mannie. .A A X bg, .I K sv i Z. ' - wlft Q- At the hefqinninng of the school Y year 17 freshmen enrolled. We were U 'F 3 2 t unfortunate to lose Helma Hoffer in November. Vicg President With Hrs. Andresen as our ad- visor, we elected class officers as follows: President ........ Calvin Schweigert Vice president ........ Marjo Mannie Secretary ....... ...... Ileene Viel Treasurer. ..... ...Delores Meyer News reporter ..... ...DeAnn Speidel Student Council .... Jerry Harvester September 29th was initiation dey. On February 9th, we gave the Sophomore-return party which every , 1 E one seemed to enjoy. President , 1 D 'gy P be ' . X . Secretary Treasurer 7 5 if W e- E Q AN Hb Qilffil- Back row: Valerie Mueller, Ted Speidel, Curtis Sarkinen. Delmar Remboldt, Clarence Wolff, Ann Wilen. Middle row: Mre. Andresen. Donald Muonio, Dale Schlecht, Elroy hnzminger, Karl N1len,Elorenc Zentner, Carol Hale. Front row: Arlene Hemboldt,Darlene Gienger, Janette Mannie, Twyla Blaskowsky, Brenda Lang, Yvonne Speldel. Not Pictured: Marilyn Koenig, Rodger Kinzler, Lehoy Schultz. T RMU? T H g:::E:1 Puck row: Lavcrn Diede,Hyron Hehn,Thomas Remboldt, James Krieger, Milton Schlittenhard, Allen Spilloway, Shirley Wilen, Philip Bonemeyen Stanley wilen. Middle row: Ties Hall,Harley Sommerfeld, Carol Spilloway,Durlene Diede,Marlone Enzmingen Adeltraut Rutsch, Devonne Naatus, Darrel Sarkinen, Dennis Elhard. Front row: Dallas Leng James Burkle,Lillie Rutsch, Wyrna Sommerfeld, Lois Geohring, LeAnn Speidel, Phyllis Bentz, Audrey Koski, Mary Ann Rlaskowsky. Not pictured: Dwcight Remboldt, Donna Kinzler. 6 1 XS-. fw 1 4 Z fi. 1 x - x . - X. ..r,..,.,. ,sir AND? MUD Gif,-"T1'1 pi ANU? Back row: Cecelia Schroeder, Vernon Wileq Twilla Remboldt,Stephen Sarkinen,Kenneth Burkle,Gary Geiszler,Terry Bellikka,Beth Hummel, Joel Bender. Middle row: JoAnne Muoniq Michael Schaffer, Bonnie Remboldt Dale Ammon, Marcella Metzger, Russell Geiszlen David Solheim,Sharon Heinrich,LeAnn Muller. Frontrowzfladyes Enzminger, Harold Schrum, Dana Rivinius,Mary Geiszleq Karen Schlenken Bonnie Miller, Marion Hehn,George Geiszler, Sonja Jeinrich, Ardyce Dorr. Not Pictured: Duane Schroeder, Victor Hehn. 1' -I A fl Q. 1 tj. Back row: Carol Labrensz, Duane Wilen, Cordell Schroeder, Stanley W lff Norbert Zentner Erine Diede. Second row: Miss Reese Corinne Rgvigius, Alice Sarkfnen, June Fischer, Alherta Fischeq Jenneice Dorr, Luverne Schroeder. First row: Jeanis Wolff, Ruby Gumke, Darien Hehn, Sheryl Rivinius, Sharon Schlecht, Evangeline Bentz, Merril Schultz. Not Pictured: Richard Muonio, Phyllis Kinzler. lumps.-.wmummnn lf'Kr A o'Q kc - Kxk V uf ck Aql 1 3,55 F, N 1 UREHNQZHWUNS Hmmm QQUNCQL .lx QL g, Q Left no right: Elaine Wolff, Lavorme Paer, Willie Grosz., Mary Ellen Hale, Jerry Harvester. Standing: Mr. Solheim, Qdvisor. ii? ANBNER Standing left to right: Willie Grosz, Verna Roesler, LaVern Schlittenhard, Arlene Jerks, Irene Mayer, Wanda Spilloway, Edris Dewitt, Vydell Suko, Marvel Schlenker, Alton Gienger, Gordon Gumke, Delyle Schaible, Dehnn Soeidel Grace Naatus, Mr. Andresen, advisor. 3itting,left to right: Diana Amwoq DeVaris Ammon,LaVonne Baer,Clara Miller, Joan Bender, 1 . Mary Ellen Hale, Victoria Sarkinen, Evelyn Meyeg Norbert Kinz er Standing left to right: Verna Roesler, Grace Naatus, LaVern Schlittenhard, Arlene Jerke, Irene Mayer, Eugene Kinzlcr, Joan Bender, Norbert Kinzler, Wanda Spilloway, Evelyn Meyer, Marvel Schlenker, Melvin Ammon, Lloyd Jerke. Seated: Left to right, Willie Grosz, DeVaris Ammon, a a , , Suko, Mary Lllen Hale, Victoria Zarkinen, Mr. Andresen, advisor, Arlvs Lang. L Vonne B'er Edris DeWitt Vydell H35 Back row: Left to right, . Wanda Spilloway, nrlys Lang, Mary Ellen Hale, Victoria Sarkinen, Vydell Suko, Irene Mayer, Eva Bentz, Darlene Hier, Arbedella Schultz. Middle row: Mrs. andresen, advisor, Elaine Wolff, Violet Kinzler, LuElla Morlock, Janice Spilloway,Devaris Ammon,Arlene Jerke, Joan Bender Edris Dewitt, Verna Roesler, Front row: Marjo Mannie, Lavern Schlittenhard,Diana Ammon,11eene Veil,Marve1 Schlenker, Evelyn Meyer,DeAnn Speidel,Margaret Lehr, Delores Meyer Cheerleaders: Grace Naatus, Clara Miller, LaVonne Baer. Back How: Left to right are: Violet Kinzler, Devaris Ammon, Vydell Suko, Evelyn Meyer, Deor Meyer, Arlys Lang, Janice Spilloway. Front row: Left to right, Victoria Sarkinen, LaVonne Baer, Grace Naatus, Joan Bender, Wanda Spilloway, Mary Ellen Hale. 'L WJ MUXED QHORLJS Back row: Left to right, Mr. Andresen, director, Willie Grosz, Myron Sommerfield,L1oyd Jerke Melvin Ammon, Alton Gienger, Clyde Remboldt, Middle row: Left to right, Verna Hoesler, LaVonne Baer, Irene Mayer, Elaine Wolff,Diana Ammon Clara Miller, LuElla Morlock, Violet Kinzler, Victoria Sarkinen , Vydell Suko, Marvel Schlenker, Devaris Ammon, Delores Meyer,Arlene Jerke. Front row: Left to right, Grace Naatus, Janice Spilloway, Margaret Lehr, Darlene Bier, Marjo Mannie, DeAnn Speidel, Joan Bender, Edris Dewitt, Evelyn Meyer , Arlys Lang. Cnnnne row, to right, Darlene Hier, LaVonne Baer, lrene Mayer, Arlys Lang, Victoria Sarkinen, Vydell Suko, Marvel Schlenker, Mr. Andresen, director, Mlddle row: Verne Roesler, Elaine Wolff, Diana Ammon, Clara Miller, LuE1la Morloch Violet Kinzlen DeVeris Ammon,Arlene Jerke, Delores Meyer, Front row: Grace Naatus,Janice Spilloway, Margaret Lehr, Marjo Mannie, DeAnn Speidel. Joan Bender. Edris Dewitt. Evelyn Meyer. row. lelt to rip C, Twron iomnerfeld, lloyd Jerke, Alton Gienger, Quentin Zimmerman, Velvin Ammon, Donald Jerks. Viddle row: Ur. Andresen,director,Dayton Ward,Jerry Schott,Calvin Schweigert, lance Wilen, Merril Rivinius. Front row: Donnie Sommerfeld, Jerry Harvester, Gordon Gumke, Willie Grosz, Clvde Remboldt, Robert Gumke. I . 500711136 L 1 T Front row: Coach Martinq Delyle Schaible,Melvin Ammon,Dave Wilen, Lance Wilen, Donald Sarkinen, Douglas Naatus, Fred Zieman, Front row: Norbert Kinzler, Byron Doski, Eugene Kinzleq Alton Gienger, willieCkosz,Gordon Kinzlen Myron Sommerfeld. Not Pictured: Marvin Kinzler, Wallace Kinzler. QB HB C HB E E E-HB HB HB C E QB E E E E E Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Summary Norbert Kinzler Sr. Willie Grosz Jr. Alton Gienger Jr. Pyron Koskiniemi Jr. Wallace Kinzler Jr. Marvin Kinzler Jr. Gordon Kinzler So. Eugene Kinzler Jr. Myrom Sommerfeld So. Lance Wilen Fr. Melvin Ammon Sr. Delyle Schaible Jr. Merril Rivinius So. Douglas Naatus So. Donald Sarkinen So. Dave Wilen So. Fred Zieman So. 18, 1953-Edgeley, there 2, 1953 - Kulm, here 6, 1953 - Steele, here 12, 1953- Fullerton, there 16, 1953- Edgeley, Were 20, 1953- Kulm, there 4. QUARTERS PLAYED LETTERS A L A M M h 1 A - - - v L h M h 0 Q h Q A X L L A A X A L L L W 2 h A b 1 3 h - - Y 1 2 L 2 Y 1 - 1 3 W - - A 1 4 - 2 1 3 m 1 - - - - - 2 - - - 1 - - - 1 - GAMES HQ THEY SCORING 30 7 N. Kinzler 8 TD 12 18 W. Grosz 8 TD 7 33 B. KOSki 1 TD 13 lL W. Kinzler 5 TD 25 O G. Kinzler 1 TD 6 7 M. Ammon 1 EP Passes 2 EP 's j-mu-1 IPASKETBMXLIL. gaoilrow: Left to right, Calvin Schweigert,Lance Wilen,Dennis Riviniuq Fred Zieman, Dayton Ward, Donald Sarkinen, Clarence Wolff. Middle row: Coach Martino, Clyde Remboldt, Dave Wilen, Melvin Ammon, Lloyd Jerke, Douglas Naatus. Front row: Delyle Schaible, John Henke, Byron Ibski, Willie Grosz, Alton Gienger. ,BY Ilackle Q 4 Gackle Gackle Gackle Gackle Gackle 29 Zh 3EASON'3 CONFERENCE RECOYD Lehr Lehr Medina Medina Streeter Streeter M7 A2 L6 MO -Y YN? lull x X A.. N I U 4 By Delyle Schaible With the football uniforms packed away we found the boys bouncing the basketball around in the gym. Although the Oriole team was lacking height and depth, the season's record was not exceptionally good but the common saying among the 5 juniors and 5 sophomores was, 'Wait until next year? November 2Lth found the Gackle Orioles traveling to Steele for the first encounter. A tall, experienced Steele five proved to be too strong in the encounter with a final score board reading of 52-37. Continually learning by being the underdog, a determined Oriole five played host to a sharp shooting, fast moving Hazelton team. This see-saw battle continuing to the very end of the game saw Gackle fail to come through in final minutes of play to go down fighting to the tune of 46-55. In the next contest Gackle played host to the Medina Cardinals. The tables turned for Gackle in this battle with Gackle taking the lead early in the game and sending the Cardinals home with defeat, AO- 28. That was Gackle's first Prairie League conference game of the season. Packing up the wits once again we found the Orioles traveling to Edgeley. This game proved to be a thriller when a tie ending ballgame went into an overtime with Gackle losing a heartbreaker L2-bl. Moving to Streeter in the next encounter saw a fast moving, sharp shooting Streeter team trample the Orioles by a final reading of 70-Zh. Gackle then played host to a fast moving Lehr team and proved successful in downing the Lehr Leopards in a see-saw battle by a score of b7-LL. This was another conference game. Putting on our traveling shoes again took us to Medina where we played our third Prairie League game of the season. We led all the way and proved to be very effective on offense and defense, to come through with a L6-38 win over the Medina Cardinals. Traveling to Lehr for another conference contest found the Leo- pards turning the tables on Gackle by being victorious in a hard fought battle, bf downing the Orioles by a figure of 59-L2. In a non-conference game we then found Gackle playing host to a tall, experienced team. This proved to be another thriller by going right down to the rocks and found Edgeley once again edging out the Orioles by a final margin of 5h-51. Gackle again played on their home court and played a very power- ful Streeter five. By winning this game Gackle could have tied the conference standin s for first place but failed, and bowed to the Streeter Bobcats, 22-29. Moving down to our District tournament floor the Orioles next en- counter with Wishek proved to be another of those WWho's gonna win gamesn by keeping a very slight spread all the way. After four quart- ers of play the score was tied at 30 all. At the end of the overtime the score was still tied, so the game went into a sudden death. Byron Koski dropped one in to win the ball game 3b-33. Gackle moved into the Napoleon Invitational Tournament with a A win ll loss record.In the first encounter the Orioles played Napoleon. Another thriller which went right to the end saw Gackle pull through a hard-fou ht victory by downing the Napoleon lmperials by a final read- ing of 55-SA. Gackle's sharp shooting Byron Koski was high with 27 counters. Wald had 23 for Napoleon. ' Being victorious in the first game pitted us against a tall, very gell balanced Steele team, which downed the Orioles to the tune of M-M7. Packing the suits once again we found the Orioles traveling to Fullerton for a non-conference tilt. Quarter scores were very close. The close of the 3rd quarter and most of the fourth saw Gackle move ahead by a lO-13 point margin. This did not stop the hard fighting Fullerton five for they came back strong to win a thriller 69-08. Steadily playing games out of town we followed the Gackle squad to Dawson where another ball game going right to the end saw the Daw- son cards come out victorious by a final reading of 68-6b. It seemed the Orioles formed a habit of playing close ones for we witnessed another see-saw battle at Kulm but Kulm started hitting in the final minutes of play to down the Orioles, 56-L9. The same week we once again put our shoes into traveling bags and headed for Hazelton where we found that a hard fighting Tiger team bowed to the Orioles when a couple fast buckets at the end of the game gave Gackle the victory, 67-63. NW In 'V is meg, ' M it f 1-, V 7 z' "Za The Orioles had a 6-l3 record going into the District tournament at Wishek. Our first tilt put us up against a zippy, sharp shooting Strasburg team. The Clippers led the Orioles by 10 counters at the half and started hitting from outcourt in the 3rd quarter to pull away from the Orioles and go on to victory 58-45. Bowing to Strasburg found us against Linton in our second encoun- ter of the tournament. The Orioles fighting hard all the way failed to come through and Linton won the contest by defeating Gackle, 65-48. JUNE? P Q 4 H5535 EHBALL + Back row: Left to right, Dennis Rivinius, Lance Wilen,Quentin Zimmerman,Melvin Ammon, Dave Wilen, Lloyd Jerke, Myron Sommerfeld, Fred Zieman. Middle row: Coach Martino, Merril Rivinius, Douglas Naatus, Delyle Schaihle, Alton Uienger, LeRoy Muller, Dayton Ward. Front row: Clyde Remboldt,Norbert Kinzleq Eugene Kinzleq Byron Koski, Willie Grosz, Gordon Kinzler, John Henke. 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