Garden County High School - Eagle Yearbook (Oshkosh, NE)
- Class of 1950
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THE EAGLE 1950
A hfe IS made of all the thmqs expenenced
dur1na a hfenrne
Your student hfe at Garden County H1qh
School 12 composed of your efforis your suc
cesses and your fa1lures wh11e you are here
We have tr1ed to 1nc1ude 1n your yearbook
all of the th1nqs that have been a part of your
Th1s yearbook ihen IS a word and p1cture
record of 19491950 at Garden County H1qh
Schoo We have TT1Qd to enqrave 11 here as
11 12 engraved ID your memory
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Each member of the faculty at Garden County l-liqh School has been
tra1ned in a specific freld We are fortunate to have these competent teachers
as our rnstructors and advisors
Besides enaaqinq in a full time teaching schedule they sponsor and
encourage the various extra curricular activities offered at Garden County
wonders where their tea hma oblracrtrans end They also take an active part
in the affairs of the con munity
lt is lmportant to realize that lrfe lr the classroom is that pnase of school
llfe to whrch our most dillqent efforts should be directed rf We are to accomplish
the educational OlDlGCllV9S of our way of life
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Hiah School. These teachers willinaly aive so much extra time, that one
Mr. Andrew A. Weresh
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Mr lock O L Sounders
You need another yeor of English for your minor Vernon.
GARDEN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL
Board of Regents
Mr. Thad Patrick Mr. John Ross
Mr. Herbert Johnson Mr. Wm, Munson
President of the board is Mr. Thad Patrick. Mrs. Alice Blausey is the
secretary-treasurer. Mr. Vtfilliam Munson, Mr. lohn Ross, and Mr. Herbert
Johnson are the other members.
The Garden County High School Board of Regents has three essential
functions. These are planning, legislating and evaluating. Planning consists
of formulating the school policy in co-operation with the professional school
personnel. Legislating is approving the means by which the policy may be
executed. Evaluating is appraising the work of the school and the professional
Capable and well liked, the board continues to strive for better educational
facilities and opportunities for the students of our community.
Inspecting the hallway at Garden County High School are Mr. Weresh,
Mr. Williams, Mr. Ross, Mr. Munson, and Mr. Iohnson.
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Sally Martinez Joan Casey
'l'he Student Council of Garden County High School is in its third year of
activities. They are proud of their affiliation with the National Association of
Student Councils and strive to conduct the organization according to the
standards of the association.
A student body convocation is conducted each month for the benefit of
all students. At these general assemblies outstanding business personalities
give talks or demonstrate the part they take in the affairs of the community.
Educational films are often presented at these programs.
The girls social room was one of the projects effected by this group of
The student council in session. Pictured left to right are: I. Morrow, Mr.
Saunders, l. l-lehnke, D. Cooper, Mr. Vlferesh, G. Mong, M. Cozby, l. Iohnson,
I. Robinson, G. Rook, B. Lance, M. Rogers, I. Skinner, I. Casey, B. Barnwell.
and S. Martinez.
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Mr, Walter L. Ruden
The day has passed when a young man can start farming with little or no
equipment. Now it requires large investments in land and machinery. Live-
stock and crops contend with new pests and diseases which require special
Courses in vocational agriculture combine book theory with their practical
application. Students, through their home projects, learn to meet problems
on a small scale. ln their future life they can apply these solutions to their
larger problems. Skill which they learn in our shop will help them to take
Care Of their equipment and machinery in the future. Farm management
Classes learn to handle a farm effectively for satisfactory returns and a reason-
able standard of living. Adult classes in welding are offered to the community.
This department serves a vocational need for our students as well as
assisting those already established in the field.
The head of the Vocational Agriculture Department is Mr. Walter L. Ruden.
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The Home Economics Department strives to give the students the essentials
ot nutrition, food preparation, clothing, and textile selections, personal groom'
ing, home decoration, home management and child care.
As one of the projects in child care, the students observed the reactions of
small children of the community during a five day period. The children were
entertained by outdoor recreation, toys, and story telling. They were then ted
a small lunch, after which they rested on rugs. The Home Economics Girls
not only gained practical knowledge, by their observations, but also enjoyed
the association immensely.
The girlg improved the Home Economics department by putting up new
curtains and re-arranging the cupboards to utilize the space. A new magazine
rack and clothing display rack were added in the departntftit as a part ot the
interior decorating unit.
The chief goal of the department is to prepare each girl lor her lite as a
Miss Esther Vaughn is head of the Home Economics Department
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Mr. Iarnes B, Charles
The Speech and English sections are tused but in the Speech Department
are included many things that are often not a part of ordinary hiqh school
The Speech Department boasts the training of outstanding debators, and
externporaneous, humorous, and dramatic speakers tor a number of years.
All of the dramatic training tor junior plays, senior plays, and one-act play
contests is a part ot the departmental responsibility.
A qeneral and perhaps more important airn is the preparation ot the
student to stand upon his feet, think, and express himself intelligently. This
is not considered as a specialized need but rather as a requirement of any
vocation and as a personality requisite.
An appreciation of the drama and related arts is made part ot the students'
Mr. Iames B. Charles is director ot the Speech Department.
Miss Alice Allen
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Realizing a need for communication in our modern times, man has come
to treat English as a communications course.
ln some ways it is more than this for it aids the student in present'-day
As head ofthe English department, Miss Alice Allen believes that language
and literature make a contribution, not only in school, but after the students
are graduated by enriching the opportunity tor a happier understanding and
more fruitful experience. Useful practice in personal and business correspond-
ence give meaning to rules of English expression. Learning to read with
understanding the desirable literature of all periods enlarges the field of
English becomes more than just a school subject. lt is something to be
used pleasurably and profitably.
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Mathematics is a very important part of any institution of learning. The
reason for this is twofold. First, there are certain students who will need
every day mathematics in order to solve the problems of business which they
will encounter shortly after graduation.
Second are the students who desire to obtain higher training in mathe-
matical fields. These must be prepared for higher study by having a firm
foundation of mathematical skills developed in the high school.
Garden County High School has a mathematics department which is
efficient in preparing better citizens in our communities' future and at the same
time prepares students to take their places in fields which require higher
To meet the growing need, the emphasis of late has been directed toward
courses which benefit the majority of the people.
The head of the Mathematics Department is Mr. Alton Kienker.
Miss Marjorie Ferrell
The commercial department of our school prepares students for jobs in
the business world, as well as helping to develop skill for their own personal
After completion of the commercial course offered at Garden County High
School, many students go directly to work in offices of this and other com-
munities. The course is preparatory for bookkeepers, typists, receptionists, and
In meeting the needs of the students for vocational training, and by pro-
viding practice at the school and in offices of the community, this department
provides a special service of "on the job training".
As another concrete relationship between school and community, an
evening adult typing class was provided for interested patrons.
All of this is made possible through maintenance of a fine department
which has many new typewriters designed by the several outstanding manu-
facturers, and other laboratory equipment, including duplicators, and office
Miss Marjorie Ferrell is head of the Commercial Department,
SOCIAL it l
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thiriqfl in 'w.'l'ii"h VIF3' thiril-1 zwfiflty zshrwlild :aiit'tiQQd,
Thar riiirrwset ol this c,lcirw1rtriirii1t iss tci twrttth yoiirtfg uitize'-ris it the l.'!f'Tlljf
mrtlizw the problems Ot ridtiorise :md know what ihely IIXWCIYI to th-1 pmt :il .
lm our study of social isciorico wel study lirst the people of the ll'ifil tf
uriderstrmd the Cultures which we have inherited. This leads Us to the study
ol the pmserti iri which we iritorpre-t thOso c:iilttirQs irt our own World ssmiiety
From the Qxrverivrice of the post and present we prepdre C1 more rieszrly rnerlwfg'
cmd secure world lcivr the qerwrutioris of ffmiorrow.
Mr. Clay lzliciheriditer is the hedd wt thce Sociftl Scgierice Dervczrtmeiit ttf
Grrrdelri County Hiqh School,
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The music curriculum at GCHS is, perhaps, the students best opportunity
to gain a valuable, lasting experience in one of the fine arts. Nearly all of
our students carry the cultural aspects and the avocational tendency to use
and appreciate music into their later lives. The music department is dedicated
to the purpose of accomplishing these aims.
Music combines tones in melodies, rhythmic and harmonic order, which
necessitates study. The Garden County High School students participate in
various musical activities such as band, instrumental groups, girls and boys
glee club, small vocal groups and mixed chorus. There are also baton twirling
students who add brilliance to our marching band.
Mr. Henry Listiak is the director ot the Music Department.
Mr. lack O. L. Saunders
The study of science has become increasingly important to all peoples
of the World. The preparatory training and the interpretation of basic theories
of the high school science department offer an opportunity for understanding.
We are justly proud oi the exceptional facilities at Garden County High
School. In our laboratory we may gain knowledge of life, its psysiological,
social and scientific implications. Here, we derive the benefits of neophyte
physicists and chemists as we untangle the laws of our universe. These are
common aims oi scientists and we, as young scientists, through this department
accept the challenge.
Mr. Iack O. L. Saunders is head of the Science Department at Garden
County High School.
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Our Library is one of the most outstanding features ot our school. At-
tractively arranged in open and closed stacks it serves the student body
efficiently and well.
The fine counseling proqram at Garden County High School is suppie-
mented by the vocational tiles and the vast store ot literature and books tor
all popular fields of endeavor.
The bulletin boards and displays prepared by various organizations and
Classes have added much to this departments assets. Displays of new books,
vocational planning, hobbies, music, and audio-visual materials have been
Our library contains approximately l5OU volumes or an averaqe ot over
eiqht per pupil enrolled.
Garden Counfy Hrqh School has a total enrollment of one hundred flffy
elqht Thls number IS dxvlded qune evenly mio four classes accordlnq to
academlc progress T111 qroupmq serves o dual purpose It makes possrble
a safrsfactory home room arrangement and rt offers students of the same aqe
qroups the opportunlfy to plan soclal acl V1l1PS for themselv s and for the
school lt 15 w1tl'nn these classes that the opporlunrfy for ora trce m democracy
parlxamenfary procedure and more fruitful parfrcroatron as a member rn an
acflve c1v1c life are manlfesfed
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Many unforgettable experiences have been crowded into tour short years tor the senior
class ot IQSO.
They excelled in athletics. The seniors contributed ten lettermen to the football squad.
ln the basketball season tive lourth-year boys played varsity ball. Seven members ot this
class have been active in tennis and two particiriatecl in the track and field sport.
The Seniors dominated membership in the honor societies. Six seniors were members
ot the National Honorary Society. Seven boys were active in the National Athletic Scholar-
ship Society. Five seniors werc honored by Quill and Scroll membership and eight were
attiliated with the Fine Arts Honorary Society.
STANLEY CUSTER--National Athletic Society 3, 4: Fine
Arts Honorary Society 4: Student Council 3: Class Play
, 3: Band 1, 2: Glee l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
'N' 3 President 2: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 4: ENGLISH
BEVERLY MICHAEL-Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I
Mixed Chorus I: F. H. A. 2: Eagle 3: Eagle Bealcon 3
ARVA LEE NELSON-National Honor Society 3, 4: Band
1 'ww I, 2: F. H. A. 2: Vice President I: Secretary 4: HISTORY
N y IOE EMERSON-National Honor Society 4: Quill G
Scroll 4: National Athletic Society 4: Band I: Glee Club
I, 2, 4: F. F. A. 2,.3, 4: Eagle Senior Editor 4: Eagle
V' H Beakon 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Tennis l, 2, 4: MATHE-
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DICK SHEPHERD-National Athletic Society 3, 4: Fine
Arts Honorary Society 4: Class Play 3: Glee Club 2, 3
4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: President 2: Football 2, 3, 4-
Basketball 2, 3: Track 2, 3: MATHEMATICS.
IOAN BOHGES-eBancl I, 2, 4: Glee Club 3: Mixed
Chorus 3: F. H. A. 2, 3: Pep Club 4: HISTORY.
GLADYS BOOK-National Honor Society 3: Student
Council 4: Class Play 3: Band l, 3, 4: F. H. A. 2, 3:
DONALD MCCORMAG-Student Council 3: Class Play
Manager 3: Band l, 2: Glee Club 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4:
F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 2: Secretary Z: Football
I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: SCIENCE.
The Class of I9 O
The seniors have been active in all the school social events. As Iuniors, the presen-
tation of the annual Iunior-Senior Prom was outstanding. A Mardi Gras theme, colored
streamers, a queen's float and service by costumed pirates, Indians, elves and cowboys
provided an attractive setting. Their junior class play, "The Groom Said No", was an
entertaining farce that the audience thoroughly enjoyed. The senior class play, "My Cousin
from Texas" was difficult but it was even more successful.
The seniors have established a reputation for excellence during their stay at Garden
County High School.
IACK TAPPfNational Athletic Society 2: Band l, 3, 4:
F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Eagle 4: Eagle Bealion 4:'Eifle Club 2:
Football I, 2. 3, 4: Track 2, 3: MATHEMATICS.
CAROL PAISLEYeeNational Honor Society 3, 4: Fine
Arts Honorary Society 4: Student Council 3: Class Play
3: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Majorette 2, 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2:
Mixed Chorus l, 2: Pep Club 4: Cheerleader 4: Presi-
dent 2: ENGLISH.
MARY LOU ROGERS-Student Council 4: Band l, 2,
3, 4: F. H. A. 2, 3: ENGLISH.
GENE COOPER -eNational Athletic Society 2, 3, 4: Band
l: Clee Club l: F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4: Eagle 3: Eagle Bealcon
3: Rifle Club 2: Football l, 2, 3, 4: ENGLISH.
MARVIN KASCHKE -National Athletic Society 3: Class
Play Manager 3: Band 2: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. I, 2, 3, 4: President 3: Treasurer
4: Football 2, 3, 4: HISTORY.
ICANN GUENINW-Quill 6 Scroll 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Glee-
Club l, 2: Mixed Chorus l, 2: F. H. A. 2, 3: Eagle Senior
Editor 4: Eagle Bealcon Editor 4: Pep Club l, 2: Presi-
dent l: Secretary 3: ENGLISH.
CAROL FRIEDEf-National Honor Society 3, 4: Quill G
Scroll 3, 4: Fine Arts Honorary Society 4: Student Coune
cil l, 2: Class Play 3: Cvlee Club l, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus
l, 2, 3: F. H. A. 2: Eagle 3: Eagle Beakon l, 3: Pep Club
l, 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 2: ENGLISH.
REID SAMUELSONeFine Arts Honorary Societv 4:
Student Council l, 2: Class Play 3: Bartd l, 2, 3: Glee
Club l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 2:
President 2, 3: Football l, 3, 4: SCIENCE.
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HOPE HOBB -National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill CS Scroll 4,
Fine Arts Honorary Society 4, Student Council 3: Class Play 3,
Twirler 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, F. H. A.
2, 4, EH. A, President 4, Eagle Editor 4, Eaqle Bealcon 4, Pep
Club 4, Camera Club Secretary 4, Secretary 2, SCIENCE.
GERALD FARLOVV Football 4, Basketball 4, Track 4,
IO HITA SKINNER Student Council 4, Class Play 3,
F. H.A. 2, 3, 4, Deqree Chairman P. H. A. 4, Camera
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Club 4, President Camera Club 4, Secretary 3, SCIENCE.
' SALLY MARTINEZ Student Council 3, 4, Student Counf
4 cil Secretary-Treasurer 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club l,
1 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, PHA.
-- Historian 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 4, Secre-
J? tary 2, Treasurer 4, ENGLISH.
--,str ion woousiw semi i, 2, 3, 4, oiee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
H VZI, Mixed chews i, 2, 3, 4, Eaqle 3, Eagle Beeken 2, 3,
, rmek 2, 3, 4, ENGLISH
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, N- x"l FLOYD WHITE F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Eaale 4, Eagle
Bealcon 4, Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, ENGLISH.
N iq 2 A RITA CLARK National new seeiety 3 4, Fine Arts
' F Honorary Society 4, Class Play 3: Clee Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, PHA. 2, Eeqte 3, Hegre
4. f W Beakon 3, President 3, Treasurer 2, HISTORY.
BEVERLY NIARTINEZ-Band I, 2, 3, 47 Glee Club l, 2.
3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A.
MW it 2, 3, Vice President 3, SCIENCE.
PETE MADDEN-Glee Club 1, Treasurer 3: Scrrqeant of
QQ.-w Arms 1, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Student Manager 4, ENGLISH
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BOB BARNWELI.-National Honor Society 2, 3, 4: Ouill 6 Scroll
4: National Athletic Society 3, 4: Fine Arts Honorary Society 4:
Student Council 3, 4: President 4: Class Play 3: Eagle Beakon
4: Eagle Business Manager 4: Treasurer 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4:
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: MATHEMATICS.
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Football l: Track l: Tennis 1, 2, 3: ENGLISH. xii-W'
PEARL BROWN-Band 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed ,
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, SCIENCE. KW 3
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MARIORIE STEGER-Class Play 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 4:
F. H. A. 2: Eagle Beakon 2: HISTORY.
MAY ROSE DAYLEY-Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2.
3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 2: Eagle 3: Eagle
Beakon 2, 3: Pep Club 3: HISTORY.
EILEEN KEENAN-Band l, 2, 4: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Parta-
terian 4: Pep Club 4: Camera Club 4: ENGLISH.
LILAS FRENCH-Band l: Glee Club l, 4: Chorus 1, 4:
F. H.A. 4: Camera Club 4: Head Student Librarian 4:
WILMA CHENEY-National Honor Society 3, 4:
MR. IAMES B. CHARLES
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The sophomore class is the larqest class to enroll at GCHS in several years. In addi-
tion to this distinction they are represented by the larqest number in the school band and in
other musical activities.
Not easily outdone in any field of endeavor, they are always a leader of the GCHS
classes on the six weeks honor roll. A
The second year students take an active part in such social activities as dances and
parties, They are proud of their many representatives on the Eaqle athletic teams.
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On October 25 they held an all school scavenqer hunt and an unusually successful
freshman rmtratron The lower classrnen were requlred to do varlous stunts cmd wear odd
clothes The ent1re student body ennoyed a hearty lauqh at therr anttcs The sophomores
also held a separate Chrrstrnas functron They exchanged q1flS and had a flne party
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rn all of the year s extenslve act1v1t1es
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The freshmen started early in the school year to show the upperclassnien that they were
a fine class. The frosh demonstrated their schvlastic ability by placing the highest percentage
of students on the honor roll for the first two six week periods.
On September 25, the freshmen were initiated by the sophomores. The boys were
dressed as girls and the girls were dressed as boys. ln the evening a beauty contest for the
"girls" was held. Other stunts were "washing the feet", "polishing the toenailsf and "kissing
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In November the freshmen sponsored The trad1t1onal Sad1e Hawkms all school dance
Thrs mformal affarr was one of the soc1al hrqhlrqhts of the year
They partrcrpated 1n all actrvmes contrrbutrnq srx players to the football squad and
four to the caqe sport The freshmen have especrally demonstrated thelr mterest ln muslc
They confrrbute thrrfeen members to the school band Over half of the boys rn the class
are members of the Boys Glee Club The freshmen qrrls have an env1able record for all
u one of them are members of ihe Grrls Glee Club
We look for the freshmen to esfablrsh a frne record at GCHS
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When students recerve the honors due them they learn the satrsfactron
of accomplrshrnent These honors are rncentrves for future goals as they strrve
to rna1nta1n the h1qh standards they have set for themselves
The students so recoqnrzed are better able to face the future wrth conh
dence rn therr abrlrty for flne achrevernent
Garden County Hrqh School marntalns mernbershrp rn four honor socretres
to offer recoqnrtron rn the t'1elds wh1Ch make up the tntearal parts of student
and adult hte
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
FIRST ROW J Brown R Finch G Mong P LOOIH1 W Cheney H Robb
SECOND ROW V Robb J Lfisey B Linu Mr Saunders Q Pcnslcy R Clirk
THIRD ROW J Morrow T Carlson D Ori B Baxnwcll J Fmueon O Kaechke
This honor society was originolly established to stiniulote the scholarship
service character ond leoclership of the students in the secondary schools ot
thig country lts gool hoe been to rouse the stondorcle ot the seconoory schools
of the United Stotes to g higher plone Through the Notioncil Honor Society
nthusicism for scholarship throughout the school 1 created. lt encouroges
he student to render service to the school cincl to the community. lt stimulates
, 1 rtiici. . t tr ,l' volop o strong chgrcictor.
Student' ot Garden Qotinty lligh School consider being selected for this
society the highest recognition thot they con receive.
They rnust not only be outstcrnding ocotderniccrlly, but must hoive the
recormnendotion ot every nieznber ot the toculty os to their leadership, service,
citizenship, ond chctrocter,
The Ncitionol Honor Society woe organized ot Garden County High
School in l948i
QUILL AND SCROLL
FIRST ROW H Robb J McKee J Casey J Guenm
SECOND ROW J Morrow B Barnwell Mr Saunders T Carlson J Emerson
Qutll and Scroll SOC1GlY has always taken an acllve part 1n ralsmq the
standards ln 1ts freld and 1n d1rect1nq the course of hlqh school Journahsm
Ind1v1duals who are granted rnembershlp are upper classrnen who have
done super1or work 1n wrmnq and rank 1n the upper one th1rd of therr class
acadermcally The students are recommended by the pr1nc1pal of the school
and pubhcattons advlsors elected from the yearbook or newspaper staff and
approved by the executwe secretary of the mtematlonal SOC19lY
Those honored at Garden County Hxqh School were presented wlth other
honorary groups at an annual convocatlon honorlnq students who have done
outstanchnq work mn d1fferent flelds These students are recoqmzed by then
classmates as havmg been outstanchng tn some phase of student hte
Th1s SOCIETY recelved 1ts charter 1n the fall of 1947
NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP
FIRST ROW S Cubtex D Shephud J '1 mp D QIILIILI R Bumull P Rcmblrxson
QECOND ROW Mr Rchcndlfmr J F111 V1 G Compu R Yog,,l11 M Kmchlx
T Carlson D Coopu M1 Ku 111411
The Ndtrohol Alhlehc Scholorshrp Socrely ol Secondory Schools woQ
dunded IH l925 by cr qroup ol hrqh school pr1r1c1pol5 who felt thot such or
roc 1111 hom would encourage belle bcholorshrp better 5porlQr11or1sh1p cmd
loil r f1l1fG11sh1r1 CIIIIOYIQ hlqh school Crlhlcles
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FINE ARTS HONORARY SOCIETY
FIRST ROW H Robb G Mong C Palslcy R Clark J Casey J Brown
SECOND ROW Mr L1st1ak J Morrow R Samuelson R Bwrnwell D Shepherd
S Custer Mr Charles
The Flne Arts Honorary Socrety was estabhshed at Garden County l-llgh
School thls year Outstandmq students rn athletrcs Journallsm scholarshrp
and c1t1zensh1p dld not always 1nclude the 1nd1v1dual whose tate-nts and lnter
ests were devoted to the trne arts Thls soclety was oraanlzed to provlde an
honorary qroup whrch would meet thrs need and whrch as C qroup could
promote the trne arts The students honored at Garden County Hrqh School
have made noteworthy contrrbutlons rn the tleld ot dramatrcs muslc or art
Those honored rn the tleld of dramatrcs were Carol Parsley Carol Frrede
Bob Barnwell, Dlck Shepherd, and Hope Robb
Especrally outstandrnq rn the held of rnusrc were Rua Clark, Ioan Casey,
Glenna Mona, lack Morrow Herd Samuelson, and Stanley Custer
loan Brown was honored for her art work
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There are many thmas in the daily life of the student which are important
to a maturing younq person Much of his personality his likes and dislikes
This phase ot the educational process cannot be classified into any special
cateaory Rather it is depicted here as a pictorial panorama of those con
triliutinq factors in school lite which as part of the student so often becomes
an important part of the adult
his manners and even his attitudes may be developed by his associations
NX! YN eresn
n scnooX opened, new and oXd students arr anged the
and Mr. Saunders approved the smdenks! regxs
The Arrnkstice Day Cdebration Yarade w a
the G.C.11 S. YABYCYAOQ Band.
Student CooncXYs Cnriskrnas Convocation was
'ust beiore Cnrkstrnas vacation. Santa Ohms
YlXos'Lefr0anH presented Mr. Ydchendxier
orn the sopnornores.
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B' Ln, Carol lctul-ed Celebre beau .811
anCe cMi5 . left at1On tlful
and N iiL1Sc0,l-EEO. Parade
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Tvith theiggntifyizi that tijovilgds us'
We can 1109 a. baCk
aS thlilsledjvith his
te with Sh
he traditional Sadie Hawkins Dance
010019. There are Finch, Shepherd, Krenow'
on, Tapp, Bennett, Emerson, Brown and
oking our way.
The cheerleader stunts a highlight at a ep
sessions. Left to right: B. Olson, M Meng, C.
Paisley, J. Casey, L Mumford, and G. Meng do
"Center, End, Tackle Guard."
The spring elections provided opportunities for the
students to elect their leaders for the following'
year. B. Lance watches the ballot box while R.
Samuelson hands R. Shepherd a ballot.
A popular gathering place is the girls'
social room for that last minute Checkup
or chat. Margaret Viola uses the new
full-length mirror While Katherine 'Ben-
nett waits her turn.
Noontime and some of Mom's good food
in the boys' lunch room.
Keep to the right and We'll all make it
before the tardy bell.
Annual physical examinations help kcep
us healthy. Results of the exams are
made known to the parents. Say "ah"
for Dr. Seng, Patty.
An attempt at painless education. Tho
fine audio-visual program is Wolcomc to
Buy a poncilg pay a fincg want some
information. Miss Viola, school secretary
will help you.
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The National Education Week program
brought many visitors to our school and
was enjoyed by all. Here, Mr. Listiak -.
directs a band number.
a The Home Economics Girls
FL "borrowed" children of the
community for a unit in the
study of child care-. What are you
looking at, Naomi?
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The Driver Training course at Garden County High School offers the opportunity
to become good Citizens on the highway. Arva Lee Nelson sits at tho whom-l ready
for laboratory instruction from Mr, Richendifer.
Band received many cheers for
their fine stunts and march drills
at night football games.
stunts included a foot-washing
routine for the girls in overalls.
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Our trophies are prominently displayed in the trophy case in the lower hall. A
new display structure is planned in the near future to make room for the accumu-
lating awards. Hanging above the case are our charters to national societies.
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Hlgh-stelppvrs are thu lvzxdc-rs of thc-
lmmd. Plcturul 1111 to xxght inc Mdjorpttn
C, Paish-v and Twi1'lvx's V. Robb. H. Robb, and
Popuhn .ami niflcunt 15
M11 Clay "Stub" Williams,
thv Svhool Custodian. Ilf-
USluggcr" Albm- waits for
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Evurybocly togethm-1' fm' fiftvcn rahs! Hard working che-u1'lcaclc1's
keep up the spirit at games, Picrturvd lvft to right arc: B. Olson,
M, Mcmg, C. Paislvy, I. lVlL1INfOl'il, :md G. Nlong.
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Junior-Senior Prom attendants
included the faculty, the board of regents
and their wives.
"Spike" Dunn practices
a gesture for Director J.
Charles in "Battle for
Dancing at the Prom.
Is Dick Shepherd listening
The girls start putting the pressure on "Mother" Bonna Lance in
"Battle for Bill", the junior class play. Pictured left to right are:
M. Viola, R. Finch, W. Albee. B. Lance, and J. Casey.
Groom? d sports requlre teomwork cmd no ooerot on Cur team through
ers hcot Cmpetmort be-comes o vore of tts weotmesses cmd TFIVOQ to over
come 1ts faults
Qur cth'ete experlence the sotrstoctrorm of o vtctory fmrly won ond the
dtsoppomtmerlt of defeat
Formmdeo othtetes ore able to tfk vtctory and defect equally well
4 1 d ore qtuck to qrve TCCOQHIUOH to o superlor teom
Cur st dents os porhcrpcmts ood , + ctotors hov thf opportumty to le um
to occept the ospects of Competttlve sports wtuch ore rr pfrrt of thmr trultfut
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FIRST ROW D Shepherd G Farlow R Stockman D Shearer J Flamer J Tapp
F Whtte F Johnson P Robxnson B Barnwell R Samuelson
SECOND ROW B Roberts H Keenan T Olson B Newell J Robmson J Morrow
G Stahley J Frlede M Terpennmg O Kaschke R Mlchael G Roundsborg
THIRD ROW Coach Klenker G McKune J Emerson R Alnold D Wlegers H
Rogers T Carlson A Erb B Dunn J Carlson V Frederxckson T Fxesterman
R Whtte J Vogler D Cooper Coach Rxchendlfer
FOURTH ROW L Kroeger L Whlte M Kaschke B Heath L Senteney D
Waltman D McCormae D Orr M Cozby B Vogler R Cheney C Smlth
E Cooper D Robb
The l949 Eaqle team fmxshed the sea on wlth one Wm and seven losses
However our opponents were extended to the llmlt of thelr abrllty to qaxn a
vxctory A number of boys qalned much valuable experrence whlch should
benef1t next year s team
Whale the offenstve play of the Eagles was not spectacular thetr defense
was nt of the best The veteran ltne from tackle to tackle was bxq rough
The Faqles best game was played wtth Chappell state class C cham
ptons Although Chappell rcn wlld the flrst half to score 20 pornts the purple
and wh te l ds played them on even terms the second halt The Garden
County boys held Mrnatare state class B champs to a 190 Wm In thrs
aame they dtsplayed some of the year s most outstandmq defensxve play
The most thrtllmq offenstve actlon occurred 1n the Chappell qame when
Stockrnan took a 30 yard pass from Arnold and raced rnto the end zone for
Back-Robert Barnwell End-Paul RObinS0n
VARSITY RECORD M' S R 7
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Sept. 16 Wauneta 0 13 RR'7
Sept. 23 Imperial 0 6
Sept 30 St. Pat's 19 0
Oct. 7 Ogallala 2 8
Oct. 14 Minitarc 0 19
Oct. 21 Chappell 6 26
Oct. 28 Sidney 6 20
Nov. 11 Grant 0 6
Back-Tom Carlson Tackle-Richard Shephexd
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M' U""""5 Oct. 18 Sidney 13 39
Oct. 25 Scottsbluff 12 13
Nov, 2 .lulcsburg 18 0
Back'-Richard stocklnan BaCk.iLcjWQll Kroegef
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Guard-Eugene COODCI' Guard-Ted Fiesterman
ministers to the needs of his charges at
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,Z bine on a high low as Kroeger finds an
. opening for a short gain.
. LEFT CENTER: Coach Richendifer ad-
half time in the Chappell game.
Kroeger, Carlson, Stockman, and Fiest-
erman seem pensive.
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LOWER LEFT: Grant's No. 82 circles end
I' for one of the few good gains in the
tight defensive battle.
BELOW: Johnson outreaches the defensive
back to complete a pass,
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UPPER RIGHT: Kroelger is helped to an-
other romp by Carlson and Fiesterman,
RIGHT CENTER: Coaches Richendifer
and Kienker with the reserves watch
action in the Sidney game.
LOWER RIGHT: A pile up in the center
of the line stopped Grant on a fourth
down. Playing in a high wind and
bitter cold, defensive play predominated.
BELOW: We Cheer them on. Solidly be-
hind the team, the students gained 'i
reputation for fine support,
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BOTTOM ROW B-' Heath Q Custcr P Robmson R Stockman B Barnwell G
Farlow D McCormac M Kaschke
SECOND ROW T Flesterman V Frcderlckson L Sentenev A Exb R Arnold
D Shepherd C Srnlth B Dunn J Morrow
THIRD ROW St Mar O Kischkt B Nc-well J Fttedo G McKune Coach A
Kxenker B Orr J Roblnson T Olson St Mgr J Carlson
The GCHS basketball team started slowly but as they qamed untty they
became a much tmproved team
There were not too many VlClOf1GS for the varstty tlve but there were
enough near wtns to make them a good team to watch and support
Bob Barnwell was honored when he was Chosen Player ot The Week
by Greaa McBr1de ot the Omaha World Herald for hrs outstandmq otfens ve
qame aqamst Grant He scored 31 pomts Don McCormac was the team
spark plug wtth hrs flre and enthuslasm Gerry Farlow s one hand shots kept
us 1n several aames
Art Erb and Paul Robmson wnl be back to torm the nucleus tor next year's
club The most prom1s1na candldates from the reserve team mclude hm
Robmson Brll Dunn Vernon Frederlckson, Bob Newell, and Iohnny Frlede
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one hand shot in the
third quarter of the
Farlow and McCor-
mac wait for the re-
bound that failed to
Our boys come up with two points in
the reserve game with Ogallala. Fred-
erickson is shooting and Dunn. No. 8.
moves in for the re-bound. The de-
fensive efforts were slow in their at-
tempt to stop this shot.
As was often the case, we were
just a little too short to reach the
ball. Barnwell tries but the Big
Springs team came up with the
Frederickson is fouled as he tried
to field one from the corner, He
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Barnwell, our lead-
ing offensive threat.
goes up for a field
made both of the foul shots a few : vs lx
minutes later. No. 34 is McKune , f "'4V i . ' 6
and the action took place in the A '
reserves game with the Grant 'x
seconds. 4 1
Robinson is shooting
goal in the varsities'
victory over the Big
from behind that group
in the west end of the
court in some fast ac-
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Forward Center Forward Guard
Dee. North Platte 30 52
Dec, Sunol 39 40
Dec. Julesburg 28 41
Dec. Scottsbluff Res. 19 26
Dec, Wauneta 32 47
Jan. Chappell 27 74
Jan. Ogallala 44 74
Jan. Imperial 35 46
Donald Mccormac Jan. Big Springs 46 29
Guard Jan. Lodgepoie 30 45
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7'l7 zz' 253 Jan, Sidney 29 63
f fi i i Jan. Melbeta 51 57
5, 125,555 Feb Chappell 25 59
'M u f 1, 5 Lak X 2 Feb St. Pats 37 42
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f I ff Dee North Platte 27 35
Doc sumi 21 25
4 M Dee Julesburg 19 24
'K Jan. Chappell 22 37
xl? Jan. Ogallala 30 22
Jan. Imperial I7 28
Jan. Big Springs 29 24
Jan. Lodgepole 24 36
Jan. Grant 33 37
Jan. Sidney I9 46
Jan. Mc-lbeta 30 28
Feb Chappell 34 29
Feb. St. Pat's 32 24
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FIRST ROW: D. Orr, O. Kaschke, J. Friede, N Saxton H Roger D Cooper J
Morrow, W. Sutphen, V. Frederickson.
SECOND ROW: A. Erb, W. Boggs, J. Rennau D Wiegers R Cheney B Heath
J. Carlson, R. Arnold.
THIRD ROW: T. Carlson, D. Paisley, C. Smith, P Robinson L Senteney D Robin
son, H. Beath, J. Woolery. pcm, Rohm
FOURTH ROW: Coach Kienker, R. Stockman F White C Custer D Zorn B
Krenowicz, Coach Richendifer.
Finishing a successful season the
Eagle track and field team placed
fourth at the SPVA meet and fourth at
the District contest. They attended the
Buffalo Invitational Relays at Chappell,
the Iulesburq lnvitatiorial meet, and the
The boys who qualified for the "State
meet" were Duane Robinson, Wesley
Boggs, and Robert Krenowicz. Duane
Robinson tied for first place for pole
vault in the class "C" division and
Robert Krenowicz placed sixth in the
half mile run.
Lettermen at CCHS for the year l949
were Robert Cheney, Richard Stock-
man, Paul Robinson, Duane Robinson,
Darrell Zorn, Wesley Boqqs, Don
Cooper, Robert Krenowicz, Clifford
Smith, Floyd White, Duane Custer, and
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ln our orqanrzattons at Garden County H1qh School the students have
the chance to practtce democracy tn actton
Here also they fmd the opportumty for an expressxon of mterest 1n SD9C1f1C
areas that tend to lead them toward worthwlule vocatlonal and avocattonal
Moreover 1t pfOV1d9S them Wlth a means for cultural development and
an enyoyment of the flne arts These orqamzatlons are so varied that each
student may flnd an outlet for hls own SpeC1f1C mterests
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Ag a part of the journalistic endeavor
at Garden County High School, a staff
ot interested students produce a pic-
torial record of the school year tor the
entire student body.
The Eagle is one-third larger than
ever before. Among the special fea-
tures are individual pictures of every
student, complete organization cover-
age and rnore space tor all the more
extensive activities, Several large pic-
tures enhance the value ot the book.
Special pictorial division pages add a
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J. Emerson J. Tapp
The addition of the press camera to
the equipment of the journalism depart-
ment has made possible a greatly en-
larged student life coverage. The pur-
chase of the camera was made possible
from the profits of this department.
Annual advertising sales topped all
Beginning with the planning, con-
tinuing through the days of picture
taking and the final layouts, the staff
has made every effort to produce a .2 3,
book that is the most outstanding in the guy
history of the school. .XT t
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F, White Mr. J. Saundvrs
Boys' Clubs Advisor
Juniors Qpt ci iltit s
L St ntcncy
Future Homemakers of America
FIRST ROW: S. Martinez, G. Davidson, L. French, M. Mong, S. Wiberg, J. Playford,
V. Swain, D. Delatour.
SECOND ROW: Miss Vaughn. J. Ring, M. Jacobs, H. Robb, A. Smith, G. Mong,
B. Olson, K. Albee.
THIRD ROW: I. Mumpford, N. Ruden, J. Cailholm, P. Loomis, J. Skinner, L.
Davidson. N. Knorr. J. Johnson. V. Robb.
FOURTH ROW: L. Moffat, V. Smith, P. Powers, E. Keenan, L. Heath, F. Gortomaker,
C. Patrick. H. Saunders. J. Hehnko.
The goal the Future Homemakers worked towards this year was "Horne
The girls special project for the year was the adoption ot a German home
economics class whom they assisted by sending unattainable commodities
such as food, spices and materials.
Directing much ot their effort toward the attainment ot an "Honor Chapter"
rating, they have sponsored many worthwhile activities. During FHA Week
they arranged a display in the local merchants' show windows. Each Tuesday
noon, the FHA girls gathered to discuss problems and projects at C1 "sack lunch".
Hope Robb, local chapter president, was elected district president: Barbara
Olson was chosen district parliamentariany and Vivian Robb became district
Future Farmers of America
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FIRST ROW: D. Cooper, J. Carlson, J. Tapp, D. Shearer, D. Orr, R. White.
SECOND ROW: O. Kaschke, A. Erb, B. Heath, Mr. Ruden, M. Kaschke, H. Rogers,
THIRD ROW: S. Custer, R. Cheney. F. Johnson, F. White, D. Waltman, P. Robinson,
D. McCormac. :
The Oshkosh Chapter of Future Farmers of America is the oldest activity
at Garden County High School. The primary objective is to develop competent
rural leadership. Our location in an agricultural area lends special significance
to this organization at Garden County High School.
The need tor capable leaders is increasing in such fields as co-operative
enterprise soil conservation, and movements to improve better farm life in our
community. The GCHS chapter has been honored for excellence for their efforts
in these pursuits.
The program this year included the FFA and FHA party, the trip to North
Platte Experiment Station, the Initiation ot Greenhands, a Parents' Night, and a
spring camp at Lake McConnaughey.
The officers are: President, Ioe Emerson: Vice President, Freddy Iohnsong
News Reporter, lack Dilieyy Treasurer, Don Cooper: Secretary, Paul Robinson:
and Sentinel, Richard White.
bm LNBLP 1949 NUMB
Decorated for Christmas Secson Music Groups Give Christmas Co
Come one' Come al
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e FFA 15 sponsoring The students honored for the
amor' s cond six weeks are well dis
st two years the hght tributed although the sopho
on a pnze m the busl mores ar still in t lead by
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RS.'l ROW: Mr. Saunders H. Robb J. Guenin V. Swain.
SECOND ROWr J. Morrow J. McKee A. Bartholome J. Casey J. Emerson.
THIRD ROW: L. Senteney B. Barnwoll. J. Tapp F. White T. Carlson.
Regfiment will complete
If you wese Wzillfine throuffh I1t1,mKS.iViu,,. Vavmm . -
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.ovember 29 you miffht have
GCHS journalism class has the responsbility of the official school paper,
the Eagle Beakon.
This is the fourth year that our paper has been printed and distributed to
the students. A different theme each month on such subjects as health de-
mocracy church etiquette and citizenship has been utilized by the monthly
editors of the current volume.
loann Guenin is editor ot the Eagle Beakon, Tom Carlson handles the
business manaqement and lack Morrow serves as the sports editor.
The entire class co-operates on arranainq and writina various articles under
the direction of Mr. lack Saunders.
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CHEERLEADERS B Olson M Mong C Paisley J Casey I Mumpford G Mong
FIRST ROW S Martinez G Davidson V Swain H Robb J White D Zorn S
Wxberg M Jacobs R Finch B Martinez P Atkinson Miss Allen
SECOND ROW: D. Krenowicz M. Viola J. Pullen J. Johnson P. Loomis P. Smith
P. Brown L. Davidson N. Knerr A. Smith M. Krenowicz S, Wyatt E. Nielson
THIRD ROW: C. Zorn B. Lance V. Smith F .Gortemaker E. Keenan L. Heath J
Borges P. Powers D. Henderson C. Patrick L. Moffat H. Saunders J. Hehnke
The pep club is an organization whose purpose is to arouse enthusiasm for
our athletic events. The aim of the club is to instill certain fundamental ideals
The girls serve as leaders at all athletic games. They demonstrate the
acceptable behavior so those who do not understand good sportsmanship may
have a chance to do so.
The Garden County High School Pep Club serves as an ambassador from
the school, behaving as ladies should at home or in other towns.
They have found a large amount of co-operation is necessary in their club
functions and practice it with the cheerleaders as they lead the school at pep
At all home games they sell food and confections. The income from their
efforts is used to finance the annual athletic banquet. This affair is semi-formal
with the pep club girls and athletes taking an active part.
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FIRST ROW E Nlelson J Roblnson C Zorn W Albee V Sm1th J Morrow B
Lake M Borges M Rogers J Hehnke L Davldson P Brown J Johnson
J Carlholm J Pullen
SECOND ROW Mr Llstlak N Knerr B Lance P Powers D Henderson B Brown
J Arnold E Keenan J Whlte T Olson N Ruden K Albee M Mong G
Rounsborg C Pa1sley
THIRD ROW J Brown S Martlnez B MaFt1H9Z V Swaln J Woolery S Wlberg
W Mlzell P Robmson L Moffat J Casey C Patr1ck H Saunders I Mumpfoxd
FOURTH ROW R Flnch H Robb V Robb G Rook V Law J McKune D Orr
D Wxegers L Kroeger P Loomls B M1Ch8E1 D Trndell
The Garden County H1qh School band adds much to the color and musxc
IH our several cornmur11t1es
One of the outstandmq contr1but1ons has been the serles of football appear
ances as a rnarchlnq and drrll team unrt The formatlons and rnuslc have been
a source of much pralse from v1s1tors and patrons
The band takes a leadmq part rn the Arrnlstlce Day Parade at Lrsco The
Band CllI'llC at Blq Sprlnqs and the SPVA Festrval at Grant are the1r rnter
school functrons They are an Hnportant part of the Chnstmas program the
Natlonal Educatlon Week Proqrarns and other comrnumty CICllVlllGS The band
appears at all pep SGSSIODS and leads the annual snake dance
One of the outstandlnq assets to the cornmunxty the band offers rnany
persons the1r only opporturnty for muslccrl lI'G1D1I'1q
FIRST ROW J Brown B Martmez L French G Mong B Brown T Olson J
Jameson J Robxnson G Rounsborg H Robb V Swaxn G Davidson S
SECOND ROW K Albee A Srmth E Ntelson M Vrola M Krenow1cz J Woolery
S Custer B Heath J Morrow J Emelson T Johnson S Wyatt D Zorn R
Flnch M Mong
THIRD ROW L Davldson P Smrth P Brown W Albee C Patmck V Sm1th
R Samuelson D Shepherd V Law J Tapp D McCormac P Robmson D
Henderson R Clark B Yance J Cxsey C Zorn Mr L1St1Hk
Most people smq dunnq all the years ot the1r hves They smq as chrldren
students and adults For here 15 an actlvlty by whlch they may express hap
prness sadness or any ot many human emotlons
ln our choral department we learn vanous lands of songs that are related
to dltterent types ot expresslons of hrqh school students Besldes learn nq
choral hterature and fundamentals ot smarna the apprec1at1on ot muslc lS
One ot the broadest a1ms of our choral department lS to mfluence the
students alona soc1al lmes these mclude co operatton and consrderatton on the
part ot the students
Among the act1v1t1es 1n wh1ch the Garden County I-hah School Mnced
Chorus part1c1pated were the Chnstma concert the spnnq Concert and the
sprma testlval They also served as the eholr for baccalaureate servlces
GIIIS Glee Club
FIRST ROW S Martxnez G Dav1dson J Arnold D Delatour H Robb E Nxelson
M V1ola M Jacobs J Johnson Mr L1St1ak M KTQDOWICZ S Wyatt J Rlng
J Wh1t6 J Jensen T Law B M3Ft1HGZ J Playford J Brown
SECOND ROW M R1tt6Hh0US9 V Swaln D Teppert D Tmdell M Mong G Mong
A Smlth D Zorn J Carlholm L Moffat D KFGHOWICZ S Wlberg R Flnch
K Albee D Lance L French P Atkrnson G Afklnson
THIRD ROW L Davldson P Brown C Zorn W Albee C Patrlck R Clark D
Henderson A Bartholome L Heath P Powers F Gortemaker V Sm1th S
French B Lance J Casey G Plckerel P Sm1th N Knorr
The Glrls Glee Club affords an opportumty for extra currlcular act1v1ty
wh1ch keeps the qlrls OCCL1pl9d m worthwh1le accomphshments
Our Glrls Glee Club 1S fomposecl of 57 members who smq because they
enloy 1t They have lmproved Conslolerably ln acappella SIHQIHQ' whlch brlnqs
out the fuslon of the three parts very effecnvely The gurls selecnons are varred
to lnclude classlcal popular and humorous Songs
The actrv1t1es 1D whlch thxs group took part were the Chrxstmas concert
the SDTIHQ concert and the sprmq fest1val
Boys Glee Club
FIRST ROW G Rtundsborp, T Olson J Jameson J Morrow J Dalley J RODIUSOH
SECOIND ROW J Klmtexmun B McCord C Stanley M Co7by J Woolery J
Emtrson Mr Llstlak
THIRD ROW Q Cufster R bamutl cn P RODIIISOH J Tapp D Shepherd D Mc
Cormac B Heath
Glee clube qxve tht lI"d1XI lual expenence ln muslc proqrarns and concerts
and they teach Lum the ne d 'or harmony and co operatlon with h15 fellow
studente W1thout these he could not carry h1s part w1th1n the group
The Boys Glee Club at Garden County I-hah School sanq at the Chrlstmas
Concert The Sprlnq Fe t Jil and 'ne Mother and Dauqhter Banquet
They srna hump rc 1 Il! ara er lrltuals and rellqlous songs
In thls oraamzatron tl ere c re twenty tue hoys four of them have formed
a quartet Thls quartet also made several pubhc appearances As a help to
lmprovement and oe an ard Nl rect amzmq mistakes all ot the muslc qroups
record several of thelr number
The GCHS Boys' Glee Club IS proud of the record for excellence they have
establlehed tn the communlty
FIRST ROW B Martinez L French J Ring S Martinez
SECOND ROW Mr Wercsh J Skinner E Keenan H Robb T Carlson
Camera club was reorganized this year after not functioning the past
school term The purpose of the club has been to create a desire for artistic
endeavor and to further the interests of amateur photographers
The special proiects for the year were enlarging and tinting in oils The
enlarging was done in the dark room previously set up in the basement
The students made use of the special enlarger which wa furnished by
the school and the various solutions and paper which were purchased by the
members at not too great a cost, Working with pictures has helped develop
enthusiasts in the club and may lead to vocations in this field.
Mr. Weresh has been very helpful in his instructions.
Officers of the Camera Club are Io Rita Skinner president- lune Ring vice
president- l-lope Robb secretary- and Lilas French treasurer.
Glrls Athlectlc ASSOCIBTIOH
FIRST ROW G Dav1dson D Tlndell L Davrdson L Heath J Jensen M Jacobs
SECOND ROW J Pullen L Fettcrs N Ruden S French V Smlth L Moffat
V Robb A Smltt V Learned Mlss Allen
The Glrls Athlettc Assoc1at1on has become a part ot the organlzed act1v1t1es
at our sphool for the flrst t1me m ten years
Attrhatmg wlth the state orgamzahon they promote the oppo tumty tor
health through physrcal act1v1t1es Many of the members are begxnnlng four
year plans of aCt1v1ty which wrll result ln state awards
To auahfy tor recogmtton the GAA gtrls must demonstrate a h1gh Callbre
ot sportsmanshlp follow strlct health and tralntng reaulrements and develop
acc ptahle standards of CICl1Vllf abthty
Grganrzed under the leadersh1p of Mlss Allen the tallwlnter aCt1v1ty
program was devoted to play on organtzed basketball teams The sprmg
OCllVlll9s were track and tennis
Interest rn GAA seemed to mcrease as the year progressed The Glrls
Athletlc Assoctattor IS destlned to become one of the most popular organlza
ttons at Garden County H1gh School
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iad po ible by our pare it and the IT frchants of our several Communities
Beside having furnished a ghool and the equipment for our learning they
a V 1 Une of their ina or helps has been their ad ertisinq 1'1 our annual
lt Jas by this means that the maior expen es of thi publication were defrayed
We wish to thank all tho e individuals who have in any way made this
1ubl1 ation possible 'We hope you consider it a wise in Jestment and that
it pays you satisfactory dividends
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Congratulations to the
Class of '50
CONSUMER'S PUBLIC POWER
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Mr. and Mrs. Leo Applegate
BEARD GRAIN CO
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HOME COOKED MEALS
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Mr and Mrs. E. C Dollon
Your Lie I su nce Counselor
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PHILLIP SAMUELSON V' M MILLER
County Iudqe County Attorney
IOHN MCCORD Ed S WOOD
County Clerk County Treasurer
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We Stnve to Please
Garden County Tradmq
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