Ganado High School - Chieftain Yearbook (Ganado, TX)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 202 of the 1948 volume:
THE ANNUAL STAFF
Editor .... . . Dolores Novosad
Assistant Editors. . . . Mildred Vonderau
Business Managers ....... Lyn Pape
Feature Editor . . . . Homer McLean
We, the Seniors of '48 grate-
fully dedicate this annual fThe
Tomahawk, to our Senior Spon-
sors, Mr. Talley and Miss Par-
ker and to our annual sponsor,
Mrs. Wood, for helping and sup-
porting us throughout the year.
' This annual represents the efforts of the Senior
Class of 1948. I hope in the future you can better remember
the school activities and friends by this annual.
Seniors of 1948, we extend our best wiahes in
the undertakings that lie ahead of you. We have confidence
in your ability and willingness to meet your responsibilities
in business and industry.
May you have happines and success.
Robert A. Allen
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CLASS HIS TOR Y
September 6, 1937 eleven years ago, many small tots climbed the
steps of the Ganado Public School to begin one hard struggle with Mrs.
Lambert as our teacher. That group of small, scared tots consisted
Of: Evelyn C81'i1Ota. J. D. Ashley, Jack Boepple, Anton Bures, Fred
Jaap, Frances Padilla, Georgia Surovec, Josephine Matus, Rita Lib-
erda, Lorraine Mae Pheffer, Arnita Koudelka, LeRoy Liberda, Leon
Srubar, Lyn Pape, Elbert Farris, and Dolores Novosad.
In our second year, which was taught by Mrs. Jordon, we were
happy to have added to our class Lorraine Scheel and Mary Ann Webel.
That year many of us were in the rhythxn band, and some took part in
the various programs that were held.
Our third year, taught by Mrs. Head,was ayear inwhichwe learn-
ed many new things. That year we had to rack our brains trying to
figure out how 9 X 9 could be 81. As the days rolled by, we finally
solved the problem. We were glad to have one more new member to
join us: he was Raymond Tristan.
The fourth year was a jolly year because the teacher thoughtwe
were smart enough so she taught us how to dance. Miss Ross was our
teacher that year. Again we had some new students to join us - Elsie
Olsovsky, Bennie Olsovsky, and Roland Liberda.
Lest we forget, the fifht year was the most exciting because we
skipped it and became sixth graders. Our. sixth grade teacher was
Miss Daisy Janica, now Mrs. Jim Strauss. That year we were joined
by a cute blond, Lonie Fleeman.
Our first year of Spanish was taught us in the seventh grade by
Mrs. Woodrow Brown. We had four new students join us - Elsie Dus-
ek, Lillie Mae Englemohr, Betty Jean Meloy and Marvin Morrow.
Our next year of school we thought we were grown up because we
moved from grade school to high school. That year the new students
kept pouring in, and before we knew it, they were putting double seats
in the room. The grade book of Mrs. Walch, our teacher that year,
showed the grand number of sixty-one students. Some of those new
students were Evelyn Janssen, Christine Nixon, Elizabeth Kaspar,
Homer McLean, Wanda Dulaney, Annie Huseman and Lonie Fleeman,
who after leaving us for a year, came back. We were all looking fo.r-
ward to a large graduation exercise but were disappointed to find we
would not have one.
At last we had become "fish" with Mrs. Winstead as our sponsor.
The initiation and the change in our routine made the year exciting.
The extra "fish" to join us that year were Lucille Roehl, B.W, Hicks,
John Wesely Hicks, Elroy Wiese, Vaughn Williams, and Elbert Farris,
who joined us after leaving us for several years.
We were disappointed not to be able to initiate the Freshmen when
we became Sophomores. That year Mr. Varnell, our sponsor, enter-
tained us with an ice cream party at the Navidad Park. Buddy Oliver
was our only new student.
The eleventh year of schoolwas spent making money for the Junior-
Senior Banquet. After a lot of discussion we decided to sponsor a cake
walk. Under the direction of' Mr. Cheek, our sponsor, the J'unior-Sen-
ior Banquet was a great success. The cafeteria W8-S decorated as a
flower garden.. In the latter part of April, we ordered our senior rings.
Mildred Vonderau and Robert Willoughby were the two new faces added
to our class.
Now as we enter the twelfth year we think of all the wonderful times
we have had and regret having to leave them behind. On September ZZ,
we were proudly showing off our new rings. We sold soda water and
sandwiches at the football games and at the basketball tournament that
was held on January 10.
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THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1948
Sophie Stephany - Elsie Dusek's and Dolores Novosad's A's.
Dorothy Roehl - Lucille Roehl's A in English.
.T. D. Henske - Buddy Oliver's dark handsomeness.
Marvin Tomas - Leon Srubar's so innocent expression.
Marvin Kubicek - Vaughn William's technique for getting ahead.
Joe Selby - Roland Liberda's charm for the fairer sex.
Paul Scheel - Anton Bures' fighting football spirit.
Alice Macha - Lonie Fleeman's timidity fability to win friends
and influence people.l
Geraldine Zacharias - Wanda Dulaney's cooperativeness.
Elizabeth Pratka - Elsie Olsovsky's figure.
Lexie Kaspar - Frances Padilla's "spiking" ability.
Pauline Kaspar - Arnita Koudelka and Evelyn Cernota's combined
Eddie Stephenson - Robert Willoughby's grace and agility.
Cassell Buckley - J. D. Ashley's quiet manner.
Flo Russell - Christine Nixon's blase' manner.
Shirley Fowler - Lillie Mae Englmohr and Elizabeth Kaspar's
Greta Nelson - Irene Mukusek's typing ability.
Barbara Bauknight - Mildred Vonderau's all-round popularity.
Louise Lester - Loraine Scheel's perfect student tag.
Dinisio Tristan - .Tack Boepple's "cowboy" stetson.
Sheldon Green - Lyn Pape's indifference to the fairer sex.
Jessie Garcia - Elroy Wiese's blushes.
Billye Reeves - Josephine Matus' volley ball "know how"
Ida Ann Stahala - Georgia Surovec's winning way.
Alice Zajicek - Annie Huseman and Evelyn .Tanssen's ladylikeness.
Elizabeth Barwick - Rita's vim and vigor.
Walter Dierschke - Lorraine Pheffer's blue eyes, Ralph Bufkin's
Earl Frels - Marvin Morrow's physique.
Billy Hill - Leroy Liberda's helplessness.
Leonard Galow - Homer McLean's basketball prowess.
Marcus Estrello : Elbert Farris' unending search for trouble.
Robert Billings - Fred .Taap's superiority.
Lonnie Mae Fleeman, we are told, is a mathematics teacher in
some high school. Can't you just see her trying to make some hard-
headed child understand that 4 sq. y sq. cannot be factored?
Rita Mae Liberda is living on the outskirts of Sugar Land, Texas
and will be .for quite some time. She was finally caught killing fleas
and stuffing ticks.
Georgia Surovec and Dolores Novosad will not be plotting and plan-
ning to go to a dance but how to keep their daughters from going.
Homer McLean, a successful business man. will 0Ve1'100k the mis'
takes of his titan-haired stenographer, Arnita Koudelka, but will seek
every false step made by his assistant manager, .Tack Boepple.
Roland L" erda, aprominent citizen and merchant, will in a polite
way explain e merit of some cotton material to a grandmother which
she believes to be silk or try to fit a young lady with a number two
shoe when she should wear size six.
Wanda Dulany's natural talent is her voice. It will not be many
years before a new star will rise in the Grand Ole Opera.
As we travel down the road of time we learn that Frances Padilla
and Raymond Tristan were happily married a few years back. They
own a little Mesa shop.
Elroy Wiese is a public surveyor and has been seeing quite a bit
of Evelyn Cernota, now majoring in domestic art and science in a girl's
college. Why they were barely on speaking terms was back in 1948.
Bachelor Elbert Farris owns a rattle snake farm. He has a small
cafe and specializes in rattle snake sandwiches.
Well, if it isn't J. D. Ashley, still wearing his cowboy hat and that
little fellow beside him with the matching hat sure looks a lot like him.
Who would have thought way back in '48 that Lillie Mae Englemohr and
J. D. would settle down on his big ranch.
Speaking of movies we understand that Lola Lazula, originally
Lucille Roehl, is thinking of giving up her career and marrying.
Josephine Matus is now modeling as Venus for Marvin Morrow,
that successful young artist who is certainly coming up in the world.
Robert Willoughby, the mayor of White Hall City, was telling us
about him trying to get street lights for the city but has not succeeded
so far. 1
Lyn Pape, Still Shy and serious as ever, has finally settled down
with his sweet wife Elsie Dusek and their two sets of twins. Elsie
started out to be a secretary until she met Lyn and decided to settle
down with him.
Lorraine Mae Pfeffer will be a concert pianist famous not only on
the concert stage of the U. S. but all over the world her playing is
known and admired.
Vaughn Williams, so we are told, has been playing professional
football in the East but has now retired to a small ranch. Lorraine
Scheel, his special cook and housekeeper, and Annie Huseman, his
private secretary, say that he goes to the theater every night just to
buy a ticket from that cute cashier Evelyn Janssen.
Word comes that LeRoy Liberda entered the Priesthood and is ser-
ving as a missionary in China.
Anton Bures, local owner .of the gin says that Benny Olsovsky, a
prosperous cotton farmer, made the first bale this year. Also, that
Leon Srubar, local cotton buyer, is going to build a recreation hall for
Elizabeth Kaspar who couldn't even make a table rise way back in
'48 is now the only woman world-famous magician.
Further along Buddy Oliver, announcer for KVIC, is advertising the
wonders of television.
Fred Jaap, who loved dancing while he was in high school, is now a
partner of a dancing team touring the country.
'aFeet", Ralph Bufkin, who is still loafing around in Ganado, but all
the girls have become wise to that line he hands them.
Irene Mikusek has taken over the Gregurek Orchestra and is now
Elsie Olsovsky has recently been employed at the local telephone
office as chief switchboard operator.
J. D. Ashley
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Student Council 47
Pep Squad 47,
Choral Club 48.
Pep Squad 45-47
B. W. Hicks
J. W. Hicks
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Pep Squad 46-48,
Pep Squad 44,
Pep Squad 45-47,
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Pep Squad 44,
Band Pre sident 48
Choral Club 48,
Choral Club 48,
Pep Squad 44-46,
Pep Squad 47,
Class Favorite 46 48
Co- Captain 47,
Asst. Business Mgr
Pep Squad 44-46,
Cheer Leader 46,
Pep Squad 47,
Pep Squad 45.
Pep Squad 46.
Football Mgr. 46.
Pep Squad 45-47.
Pep Squad 46-47.
Vice Pres. Band 48,
Pep Squad Cheer
Pep Squad 46,
Chief Cheer Leader 47,
Football Sweetheart 47,
Asst. Ed. Tomahawk 48.
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John Ha jovsky
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Dorothy Kaspar Rose Marie Kaspar
Roy Koenning Nelda Knapp
Joyce Nixon Gladys Olsovsky
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Cheerleaders: Farris, Surovec, Vonderau, P-ape.
Bottom row: Parker, Sponsor, Walzel, Bufkin, Hicks R., Hicks
V., Quebe, Matual, Hahn, Pfluger, Sponsor.
Middle row: DeVille, Liberda, Cernota, Englemohr, Denyer,
Russel, Valigura, Sablatura, Mikusek, Burkholder.
Top row: Reeves, Cieslewicz, Walker, Tupa, Dulany, Pratka
Zajicek, Faktor, Benitz.
Top row: Daniels, Director, Liberda R., Hicks B.W., Mor-
row, McLean, Liberda L.
Middle row: Stephany, Cernota, Matus, Walker, Tupa, Cies-
lewicz, Walzel, Bu.fkin, Pratka, DeVille.
Bottom row: Benitz, Meloy, Janssen, Barwick, Liberda, Hahn
Burkholder, Faktor, Nixon.
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Dierschke B., Bauknight B., Liberda R., Dulaney
W., Benitz D., Wa1ze1R., Hicks R., Hicks V.,
Bufkin A., DeVille V., Pratka R., Nixon C., Sur-
Vonderau M., Jurek A., Walker W., Cieslewicz F.
Tupa L- , Deyner S., Russel F., Faktor V., Stahala
I., Nelson G., Christ S.,
Pfluger, Sponsor, Matus I., Barwicke, Liberda T.
Reeves B., Hahn D., Burkholder B., Quebe P.,
Knopp N., Nixon J.,
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Galowl, Vonderhider, Thomas, Henskex
Sweetheart - Russel Walzel, Sablatura,
Vonderau, Sponsor: Speer.
McLean, Farris, Scheel, Wiese, Bures,
Boepple, Stephenson, Pape, Stephenson.
K09I1I1iIlg. Hajovsky. Velenta, Hubenak,
Olsovsky, Gregurek, Srubar, Skarpa,
Director - Curtis Daniels
Liberda R., Bauknight B., Knopp N., Fleeman
Matus G., Sablatura I., Sablatura M., Peters C.,
Hubbard L., Pheffer E., Christ S., Cleveland A.,
Hardy I., Petrash A.
Vonderau C., Walzel L., Vonderau E., Surovec G.
Novosad D., Selby J., Sablatura L., Jaap J., Mau
Nixon J., Matus J., Bauknight C., Nelson G.,
Dusek E., Lester L., Smith C., Zetka V.
Meloy D., Zetka M., Hubbard R., Dierschke S.,
Koenning R., Barwich E., Dierschke B., Stahala
Boehm E., Williams B.
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F O O T B A L L
Bufkin - Center, Bures, Dierschke - Back, Frels, Galow, Green -
Back, Gregurek, B.W. Hicks - Back, J.W. Hicks, Hill - Back, Jaa
L. Liberda, R. Liberda, McLean - End, Morrow, E. Stephenson,
L. Stephenson, P. Scheel, Vanderhider, Vonderau, Walzel, J. Wil-
liams - Center, V. Williams, Willoughby, Boepple - Mgr., Selby -
Galow, Willoughby, Williams, Bufkin,
Williams, Frels, Dierschke.
Little, Asst. Coach, McLean, Liberda L.,
Hicks P., Morrow, Hicks B. W., Hill.
Selby, Mgr., Stephenson L., Walzel, Jaap
Liberda R., Bures, Green, Stephenson E.
Tom Talley, Coach.
Jack Boepple, Mgr.
Starting Line Up
LE Homer McLean .
LT J. W. Hicks . . .
LG Marvin Morrow .
C Ralph Bufkin . . . . .
RG Fred Jaap ,,,,
RT Eddie Stephenson
RE Roland Liberda .
GB Walter Dierschke
LHB B. W. Hicks . .
FB Vaughn Williams
RHB Dugan Hill . ,
E Anton Bures . .
T Leonard Galow ,
T Robert Willoughby
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C Cassel Buckley ,
C Joe Williams . .
B Sheldon Green ,,,,
B .Tack Walzel ,,,,,
The Managers were: Jack Boepple, Joe Selby and J D Ashley
The Games Scheduled
Were as Follows
Yoakum 0 I
St. Joseph . . . 13
Edna ..... 25
Port Lavaca . . 32
Bloomington . . . 0
Hallettsville . . . 7
Goliad ..... O
Yorktown . . 0
Palacious . . 0
Runge . . . 6
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Under the very capable coaching of head Coach Tom Tally and the
line coaching of Jim Little, the Ganado Indians ca.me out second in the
district after being wrecked in the first of the season. The team was
one of the greatest teams Ganado has ever had.
Two Indians earned All-District honors. They were Marvin Mor-
row, le.ft guard, Vaughn Williams, fullback.
Co-Captains for 1947 were: Marvin Morrow and B. W. Hicks.
There will be 8 lettermen back next year. There will be 4 backs,
Z tackles and 2 center backs.
We suffered a blow in the second game of the season when Joe Wil-
liams got his leg broke and was put out for the remainder of the season.
We are hopeful that he will be back on the main line at center.
Hill, Williams, McLea.n, Liberda R., Liberda L., Dierschke
B STRING BASKETBALL
Gaskarnp, Green, Stephenson, Willoughby, Galow, Koen
ning, Tally, Coach, Frels, Farris, W-alzel.
VOLLE Y BALL
Top row: Parker, Coach, Vonderau, Mikusek, Matula
Bottom row: Kaspar, Hicks D., Hicks V., Reeves.
H. Ashford, J. Buckley, T. Bures, B. Girndt, E. Gonzales, J.
Gregurek, M. Hajovsky, J. Jaap, F. Kaspar, D. Koudelka, G.
Kramer, D. Meloy, L. Mercer, L. Newell, L. Pagel, A. Petrash
E. Pfeffer, M. Sablatura, A. Scheel, L. Slovak, C. Smith, M.
Strauss, L. Sulak, J. Valigura, K. Walleck, L. Webel, M. Zetka,
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O. Cleveland, S. Dierschke, E. Estrello, E. Estrello, J. Est-
rello, E. Figueroa, B. Fowler, D. Fowler, G. Gonzales, C.Gre-
gory, B. Hahn, R. Hahrn, L. Hubbard, R, Hubbard, J. Hubenak,
G. Jimenez, A. K'aspar, F. Kaspar, B. Kopecky, H. Long, G.
Matus, G. Newell, M. Olsovsky, I. Padilla, A. Perez, F. Perez,
C. Peters, E. Quebe, I. Sablatura, L. Sablatura, J. Skoruppa,
M. Sulak, D. Tullos, J. Tullos, M. Sternadel, P. Verver, B.
Walch, J. Walleck, M. Williams, O. Wishert, R. Zella.
M. Alvarez, L. Anderson, H. Baker, B. Brown, L. Brown, J'.
Burkholder, B. Burns, L. Cernota, E. Cihal, B. Dulaney, L.
Engelmohr, M. Estrello, L. Faktor, L. Garza, L. Janca, P.
Jendry, V. Hahn, M. Hubenak, S. Husak, C. Kaspar, E. Kas-
par, I. Kunetka, R. Macha, J. Mamerow, E. Matus, E. Olson,
D. Pratka, G. Tegeler, A.R. Rogers, M. Sablatura, M. Sch-
eel, L. Sternadel, L. Walzel, L. Wiggins, B. Williams, C,
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W. Bandy, B. Benitz, C. Boehn, M. Cieslewicz, W. Cihal, B.
Dulany, L. Earl, B. Elias, A. Estrada, G. Estrello, D. Gon-
za1eS, B. Hicks, v.Hi11. M. Jimenez, F. Kanba, A. Koonce,
R. Luckemeyer, R. Martinez, P. Maurifz. B. Meloy, J. Meloy
J. Moffett, M. Padilla, S. Pheffer, D. Raminez, A. Rodriquez,
E. Rodriquez, J. Skorruppa, G. Slovak, S. Spa1aCk. C. Supak.
B. Surovec, J. Tomas, V. Tristan, C. Vonderau, D. Webel.
G. Adler, J. Alvarez, M. Bacek, P.A. Benitz, M. Bock, J.P.
Boepple, C. Burns, G. Bures, K. Chytka, A. Estrella, F. Gar
za, E. Gonzales, G. Gregurek, J. Gregurek, G. Hicks, J. Hi-
cks, B. J. Hill, J. A. Jaco, F. Jimenez, A. Kaspar, K. King,
S. Knopp, A. Koenning, E. Koudelka, B. Kubicek, L. Kucera,
M. Kuhlman, C. Kunkel, E. Lopez, M. L. Lopez, A. Mach-
ycek, V. Martinez, J. McLean, H. Mercer, P. Midkiff.
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Sablatura, R. Scheel, H. B. Slusher, B. Srubar, B. R. Smith,
I. Sulak, E. Tegeler, L. Tipton, I. Tjerino, T. Tigueroa, J.
Tomas, T. Tullos, J. Tupa, R. Valenta, L. Vyvial, J. Walker
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D. Elias, M. Estrello, I. Garcia, O. Garcia, R. Gonzales, R.Gon-
zales, S. Gonzales, R. Iiminez, A. Kaspar, R. Kaspar, I. Kneske
D. Kocian, M.-Kocian, E. Koliba, M. Koenning, L. Lesak, C. Li-
berda, L. Long, E. Marroquin, J. Mauritz, I. Miller, M. Newell,
T. Parker, E. Peters, L. Rab, N. Ricks, I. Rodriquez, B. Smith,
J. Sternadel, W. Supak, C. Tomas, C. Valenta, I. Verver, L. Vil-
lareal, B. Williams, F. Williams, F. Ysidro, H. Yoas, L. Zacek,
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Qflf Qcera, W. Kuretsch, B. Lesak, L. Macha, B. Mamerow, D. Mu-
ennik, G. Myers, F. Oliver, L. Orsag, D. Overstreet, K. Pape,
F. Psencik, J. Sampson, G. Scheel, C. Schomburg, P. Skoruppa
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