Garden County High School - Eagle Yearbook (Oshkosh, NE)

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V -.- 'WJ-16 CCC "'mf' "' THE EAGLE 1 954 GARDEN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL osHKosH, NEBRASKA THE VERNON VAILE CAMPBELL MEMORIAL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD The Vernon Vaile Campbell Memorial Sportsmanship award was establi lished in 1953 to honor the memory of Vernon Campbell, ta graduate of the class of l952. Vernon was killed in a farm accident shortly after he was graduated. Vernon's friends and friends of the Campbell family voluntarily contributed money to establish a memorial at his church and at Garden County High School. These contributions which included contributions from the Campbell family made possible the beautiful trophy which will always remain at Garden County High School. Beginning in i953 and continuing for twenty years at commencement exercises, the trophy will be prominently displayed and a prescribed bronze sportsmanship charm will be awarded to a graduating senior by whose name will then be engraved on the trophy. The boy to receive this honor will be selected by the faculty committee whose duties include determining honor awards and they will base their iudgment on the following elements of sportsmanship to secure uniformity during the twenty years that the award is to be made. To receive the Vernon Vaile Campbell Memorial Sportsmanship Award, the Senior chosen must have met these qualifications: l. He must have been a member of, or have participated in at least one organized athletic endeavor at Garden County High School. 2. His general citizenship, must have been exemplary. 3. His real and demonstrated attitude toward officals, opponents, team- mates, training, and coaches must always have been of the very highest acceptability in regard to proper behavior on and off the playing field or court. 4. He must continually demonstrate exemplary gentlemanlike conduct and leadership. 5. His attitude towards winning and towards losing must demonstrate emotional and mental control. 6. 'His loyalty to and cooperation with team, -school, coaches and of- ficials must be outstanding. 7. He must play the game for the ioy of playing and never play for the plaudits and attention of the crowd. 8. He must be able to accept adverse decisions without becoming hurt but rather with a mature iudgment and realization that a situation may look or appear different through another person's eyes. 9. He must always perform to the best of his ability, but this implies his best performance and does not necessarly mean that he must be an outstanding performer in comparison with other athletes. Therefore in memory of Vernon Vaile Campbell and in keeping with the aforementioned attributes, we salute JAMES C. RUBINSON, winner of the award for the i952-1953 school year. James C. Robinson first recip- ient of Vernon Vaile Campbell Sportsmanship award. Vernon Voile Campbell Memorial Trophy Contents Administration Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Honors Activities Sports tirganizotions Advertising A C Jw V y! X ,- f . If W Illlnistf My rzratu, J Q " Jx I 4 I Ns- I Q X K 5 X I fsivffxm , itll-N Mr. James B. Charles Our Superintendent Fil TORO Mrs. Carol Stevens and Miss Mary Viola Our Secretaries Mr. Clay Williams Our Custodian W - 4 . Ki, Mr. Herbert Johnson, President I JXJ Mrs. Velva Mumford, Secretary Mr. Lawrence Aufdengarten No Picture Available No Picture Available Mr. Bob Hehnke Mr. Dove Ficlces Mr. LcVern Lotspei ch 3 51- e f -f . P i N, i' lx, Ji X rxx . X A N Miss Barbara King Miss Evelyn Sims X 1 V' M f r ze ' an to 5. 1 x.. Mr. Donald Springer Mr. Robert Nickolas Mr. Robert Brown I t:'i:x?32i15g:i533 wsesgggii - Mr. Robert Ti'10mPS0I'1 Miss Esther Vaughn Mr. Alex Cochrane NORMA BARTHOLOME Pe! Club l,2,3,45 F.H.A. l, ,3,45 Girls Glee 1,25 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Band 2,3,45 Camera Club li Srwing Club 2. I -4 MARILYN BROWN Band 1,2535 Mixed Chorus 'l,2,3,45 Dramatics l,2,3, 45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Pep Club 2,3545 Pep Club Treasurer 45 Pep Club Secretar 4' Ea le Asst Editor af El:nglegEditor af MARY BENNETT CAROLE BEAM Girls Glee 'l,2,3 45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 F. H.A. President 35 F.H.A. Publicity Chairman 45 F. H.A. Queen 35 Band 35 Maiorette l,2,3,45 Dra- matics 15 Camera Club 25 Art Club 35 Journalism 4. Band 15 F.H.A. 15 Dra- matics 1,25 Mixed Chorus l,2,35 Glee Club l, 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,45 Office Practice 4. BOYD BILLINGSLEY Boys Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Manual Arts l,25 Football l,2,3, 45 Track l,3,45 G.C. Club l,2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,45 Sa.- at-Arms l,2,3,4. WANDA BURKE Girls Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Dra- rnatics 'l,2,35 Pep Club 3,45 Pep Club President 45 Vice President 45 Stu- dent Council 3,45 Class Play 35 Class Secretary 3,45 Homecomin Atten- dant 45 Eagle 35 Sales Manager 35 Acappella Choir 35 National Honor Society 4. n -5 MARY CABELLO Girls Glee l 4, Dramotics lp Sewing Club 2. SENIDR CLASS 1954 The Senior Class of 1954 is one of the most out- standing classes ever to be graduated from Garden County High School. The members of this class have actively participated in music, clubs, athletics, and dramatics. Many have been on Honor Societies and have made the class a leading organization of G.C.H.S. Members of the class who have been on National Honor Society: Gloria McCord, Donna Roudebush, Stanley Tinkham, Norman Peterson, Carol Madison, and Wanda Burke. Those who have been honored for Quill and Scroll are: Karen Rentzsch, Wanda Burke, Joan Morrow, NormanPeterson, Micky Wilson, Ann Richards, and Marilyn Brown. Jack Vincent, Warren Shepherd, Allen Weatherwax, and Stanley Tinkham gained membership in National Athletics Scholarship Society. MATILDA CHENEY Girls Glee l,2,4p Mixed Chorus 2,45 Band 'l,2,3,4, F.H.A. I,2,3,4, Art Club 35 Dramatic: 1, Sewing Club 2: F.H.A. Secretary 43 F.H.A. Publicity Chaimon 35 Pep Club 4. Q6 BONNIE BENNETT Girls Glee l,2,3,4, Mixed Cliorus 'l,2,3,4, Art Club JOHN GILLETT Football l,2,4i Basket- ball 'l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3, 4, G.C. Club 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4, Boys Glee l,2,3,4, Band l,2,3, 4, Vice President, Boys Glee 2,45 F.F.A. 4. DIXIE HINES ig Class Secretary Class Treasurer 3. Dramatics l,2,3, F.H A Chorus Eligible for Fine Arts Honorary Society were: Gloria McCord, Joan Morrow, Bonnie Dilley Bennett, Donna Roudebush, Warren Shepherd, Carol Madison, and Stanley Tinkham. Many of the class have been outstanding members of FFA, FHA, pep club, and bond Also they have con- tributed to the glee clubs and mixed choruses through- out the four years. Even tho there weren't very many boys in the Senior class they still contributed to the football team. Those on the team were: Boyd Billingsley, Stanley Tinkham, Jack Vincent, Allen Weatherwox, Warren She herd, Dallas Lake, and John Gillette. The most thriluling offensive action was the 75 yard run to pay dirt by Boyd Billingsley in the Sidney game. Coach Smith accredited this play as the finest executed during the season of 1950. Jack Vincent, Stanley Tinkham, Allen Weatherwox, and John Gillette were also on the basketball squad. Track and field athletics were: Stanley Tinkham, Jack Vincent, John Gillette, Allen Weatherwax, Warren Shepherd, and Boyd Billingsley. CAROL MADISON Student Council 'l,2,35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Pep Club President 2,35 Pep Club Socretay 25 Class President l,2,35 Nat'l Honor Society 45 Fine Arts 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Class Play 35 Dramotics l,35 Art Club 25 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2, 35 Bond 25 F.H.A. l,25 Office Practice 4: Adver- tisingManager of Eagle45 Girls State 3. DALLAS LAKE Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Boy's Glee l,2,3,45 Man- ual Arts 'l,25 F.F.A. 2,3, 4: Track 25 F.F.A. Sen- tinel 35 Football 3,45 G.C. Club President 45 Class President 4. Glee 'l,2,3,45 Dromatics Club Treasurer 35 Practice 4. 4 N vi' GLORIA McCORD Class Secretary 15 Student Council 25 Glee and Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Cheer- leader 2,3,45 Fine Arts: Honuary Society l,2,3,45 Nat'l Honor Society 2,35 Band l,2,3,45 Trio 2,3,45 Sextet 45 Boy's Glee fac- co anistl ,2,3,45 F.H. A. 5 Homecoming Atten- "lp dont 2. WAYNE MILLER Glee Club l,2,45 Mixed Chorus 1,25 Track 3,45 F.F.A. 2,3,45 Manual Arts 'I5 Student Manager l. JOAN MORROW Girls Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Girls Trio 3,45 Sextet 45 Music-Fine Arts 45 F.H.A. 'l,35 F.H.A. Treasurer 35 Band 2,3,45 Maiuette 3,45 Class Vice President l5 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Pep Club Trea- surer 35 Cheerleader 45 Drarmtics 12,35 Drama- tics Vice President li Dramatics Treasurer 25 Fine Arts-Dramotics 2, 3,45 Class Play 3: Dramatics Contest 25 DELORES MUMFORD Dramatics l,2,35 Girls Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Band l,2, 3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Class Vice-President T5 Pep Band l,2,3,45 F.H.A. Vice-President 35 F.H.A. President 4. Norman Peterson, Norma Bartholome, Marilyn Brown, Wanda Burke, Joan Morrow, Karen Rentzsch, John Gillette, Warren Shepherd, and lda Mae Dowson fdropped school at end of Jr. yr.l, all assisted in publishin the Eagle Beakon and the Eagle annual in i952 to T953. Joan Morrow was Business Manager5 Karen Rentzsch-Advertising Mana er5 Wanda Burke- Sales Manager5 on the annual. ln T953 to 'l954 those taking part were Micky Wilson, Norman Peterson, Karen Rentzsch, Carol Madison, Carole Beam, Marilyn Brown, Dolores Mumford, Allen Weatherwux, and Ann Richards. Marilyn Brown-Editor of Eagle Annual5 Ann Richards-Assistant Editor5 Micky Wilson-Senior Editor5 Carol Madison-Advertising Manager5 Karen Rentzsch-Business Manager5 Dolores Mumford-Sopho- more and Freshman Editor. Norman Peterson-Editor of the Eagle Beakon5 Micky Wilson-Associate Editor and Typist5 Ann Richards-Typist. They all devoted most of their time to making the paper and the annual a success. JOAN NYGREN Girls Glee 2,35 Mixed Chorus 35 Pe Club 'l,2, 3,45 Pep Club Vice-Pre- sident 35 Art Club l5 Of- fice Practice 45 Student Council 45 Class Vice- President 4. MARY PAlSl.EY Girls Glee l,2,35 Mixed Choru s l, 2,35 Camera Club 'l5 Pep Club 2,3,45 Office Practice 4. J si ! I Beakon li. NORMAN PETERSON Band 'l,25 Boys Glee l 2 3,45 Mixed Chcrus l,2 3 4 Art Club l5AcappelIoChonr 35 Class Treasurer l 2 Class Vice-President 2 Student Council 35 Class Secretary 45 Dramatics 3 Dramatics Sgt. at Arms 3 Class Play 35 National Honor Society 45 Quill and Scroll 4 Editor of Eagle When Juniors, the class presented a comedy - "They Went Thata Way.' This was well attended by the public. Members of the cast were - Norman Peterson, Allen Weatherwax, Warren Shepherd, Jack Vincent, Stanley Tinkham, Carol Madison, Joan Morrow, Wanda Burke, Dolores Mumford, and Karen Rentzsch. One of the most attractive proms given at GCHS was given by the class of 1954. The theme was 'Rooftop Gardens." Stars hung from the ceiling and skyscrapers dominated the theme. An enlarged glass of champagne stood on the south side of the stage while a large hat, gloves, and cane stood on the north side. Music was by Bob Calame and his orchestra. lf achievements are to be measured by efforts, then the Senior Class of i954 should be congratulated for its many attainments. May its members go on to even greater success in the challenge of future citizenship. KAREN RENTZSCH NANCY ROSS Mixed Chorus l,2,35Girls Glee l,2,35 Band l,2,3,45 Trio 2,3,45 Sextet 45 Class Treasurer l5 Class Vice- Presidont 'I5 Class Sgt. at Arms 25 Class President 45 Student Council 15 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Pep Band l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 35 Secretary oi Pep Club 3,45 Camera Club l5 Band Secretary 4. To 3 om. sl.. Club 1,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 2,35 Dra- matics 2,35 Camera Club 15 Class Vice Presidem 35 F.H.A. 2,35 F.H.A. Secretar 35 F.F.A. Sweet- heart 35 Pep Club 'l,2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,4. HOMER RASMUSSEN Glee Club T5 B. Band 15 Manual Art Club 1,25 Stu- dent Manager 25 Junior Class Play 3. DONNA ROUDEBUSH Pep Club 'l,2,3,45 Pep Club Treasurer l,2,3,45 Girls Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Acappella Choir 3, F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 25 Parliamentarian 35 Par- liamentarian Treasurer 45 Districts Secretary 45 Dra- matics i,2,35 Class Pre- sident 25 Class Secretary 35 Student Council 25 Stu- dent Council Secretary and Treasurer 35 National Honor Society 253,45 Fine Arts Honory Society 3. ANN RICHARDS Girls Glee Club l 234 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 'Dra: matics l5 Band l,2,3,4, Pep Club 45 Eagle 4. STANLEY TINKHAM Mixed Chorus 'l,2,3,45 Boys Glee l,2,3,45 Band 'l,2,3,45 Student Director oi Band 45 G.C. Club l,3,45 Football l,2,3,4' Track l,2,35 Basketball 1,25 F.F.A. 2,3,-1, F.F.A. Treasurer 3,45 Student Council 15 Acappella Choir 35 Manuel Arts l,25 Class Play 35 National Honor Society 45 Fine Arts Society 45 Athletic Honor Society 45 Boys Octett T5 Sax Quartett 45 Pep Band 1,2,3,4. X X PHYLLIS SHAW Gils Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Camera Club l5 Sewing Club 2,3. JACK VINCENT Football l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Basketball 'l5 Mixed Chorus 1,2 3,45 Boys Glee 'l,2,3,45 Class President l,25 Class Sgt. at Arms 45 G.C. Club Secretary 45 F.F.A. 2,3,45 F.F.A. Sgt. at Arms 25 Boys Quartet l,2,3,45 Class Play 35 Manual Arts 'l,2,35 Acappella Choir 35 National Honor Society 45 Band 2. ALLEN WEATHERWAX Football l,2,3,45 Basket- ball 35 Boys Glee 2,45 Mixed Chorus 2,45 Track l,25 Manuel Arts l,25 Dramatics 35 Class Play 35 National Athletic So- ciety 45 G.C- Club 3,45 5.F.A. 2,45 F.F.A. King WARREN SHEPHERD Band l,2,3,45 Boys Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Boys Octott 1,25 Boys Quartet 45 Mixed Quertet 45 Football 2,3545 Manuel Arts l,25 Track l.2.3.45 Dramatics 35 Acappella Choi' 35 Class Play 35 Class Treasurer 45 Student Council 45 Na- tional Athletic Society 45 Fine Arts Society 45 G.C. Club 4: G.C. Club Trea-1 surer 4. MICKY WILSON Girls Glee l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Pep Club l,2,45 Class Secretary and Treasurer 25 Student Council lg Quill qnd SCF'-'ill 41 Color Guard 2. YI tory xff' 1 1'0i "'a"av ,NJ 'any R. Berglund K. Christensen D. Cranmore l -4 .-...ff -- Q' .g G. Delatour W. Fickes P. Frahm V Ll' .bi .4 H. Heath K. Hehnke D. Jacobs 'KW ,Q Qi :.'i'w . T' It 1 R. Jacobs B. Keenan B. Kempl in 0. Lake Q1 D. Musolf ,gulf 1' J. Olson S. Passmore '57 C. Robb 'Q af 4-Q fi Robinson ROUI1SlJOI'g ini N. Shepherd E . Thornton Y D. Smith M. Starkey 1'3" lf? W. Wallace D. White D. While C 1. 5 no ' X Q99 'K' fff?9 rindhffhhaib ' 'Y Q l R 7, K Y W fi D. Albee R. Arnold A. Auftengarten A. Beothe E. Benzen E. Bourquin B. Briggs M. Brown R. Cabello C. Cheney V. Chichester J. Doyley R. Dayley K. Filbert D. French fa? B. Groves S. Huwaldf R. Jacobs J. Jensen ,Aim 1 'I' M J-CWI . J -du. J. Johnson E. Kaschke M. Kaschke G, Kemerling L. Koeppen C. Lance F. Miller B. Mizell L. Nelson fQ fi fi 'Q 4 . -.. i B. Newlin C. Orr M. Peterson Myron Peterson i' '47 Q? SJ Vs G. Roudebush B. Saunders R. Shaheen ,.-4 Q'-F! M. Smith N. Steger H. Sfockmen A. Sutphen l C. Polk M 'vo- ' V. .NP K. Weatherwox 'sv hi Freshmen - Nw wi " ww W wx X f 'WW ' M '0 J. A derso Cy. n n 1- ,f ,, X Xxx' X M W M QS A SX W N - J 'WWW ' "J , ww 5 W., Aa A if IX J X,ff'5'A ' J 4 JJJ - J J' X W, ,,.- ,px ' . -W C ,f V ,. ev ' C77 J J 6601- easy 'Kim NA' J. CGS' in QN X ge Q . xWq.3J, ,6 j J ' wwf Q N 'vim ' J J ,N K TH J WJ: ,, ' ', ' J , Af.: Q. 'W ' S. EdWGl'dS 4 A - ,, t , 1' 1 D A xox C . C95 ge A ,refo m -K MO, 409 M. Huwoldt r J. Johnson ff, Jo 05,0 ccbs On xbw' Q9 W 5 . 0966 o99 if et N. McCord I X N- . 4 " P .u ,V Qyaeo fm' 43:9 Y , ty e 5.1699 ...wr ' 'ZZ K A wlggvg Q R. Paulsen R. Seng v H' . rg' Ni A W M. Newkirk r I! ,R 1 ,A r. --ff 4, , V. Wright ' 'ax 0 . 4417, X 2? . 4 ,Q Uffen ku f ,... m Q , Sfomey fx ab r Tx x, 49 Q ' is Qler 7 'Wu x W y,2,..f 90,7 ., , .. -f. CPO .K 99,8 J G . swab W , 1' H3118 if Q X 'X M as f"" X C, Q! L.. A s fix x . 5 R. 1 Xxflf XTX . 1' Q Sf , 'I I Q 1 5, Hyip 'L -."f Mg o 00 mg? 0 ' A N- " J if w F f' 1, R ' i 1 - fs L I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 'VS BOTTOM ROW, left to right: D. Roudebush, K. Hehnke. TOP ROW, left to right: M. Starkey, N. Peterson, W. Burke A student while attending high school has many opportunities to be recognized for his outstanding work. Highest and hardest achieve- ment to attain is membership in the National Honor Society. Those accepted for membership proved out- standing in scholarship, service, character, and leadership. This organization requires highest standards and gives members a very high goal for which to live up to. We all feel that these selected students are truly the leaders of our High School and will con- tinue to be leaders throughout their lives. QUILL AND SCROLL 'A is T' N cg 7 M if-f 5 BOTTOM ROW left to right: M. Brown, C. Madison. A. Richards, K. Rentrsch- TOP ROW, left to right: N. Peter- son R Jacobs M Wilson, C. Robinson. The International Quill and Scroll is an honor society for superior iournalistic achievement among high school journalists. ln order for students to be eligible for this honor they must have written a minimum of 60 inches of accepted copy or have contributed outstanding work Editorially or in management. They must maintain a minimum 'B' average in all High School subiects and receive the re commendation of the publication's advisor as well as being acceptable to the faculty honorary committee. lts purpose is to create the spirit and incen- tive of high ideals in journalism. Students selected to the society are entitled to wear the Quill and Scroll Pin to signify their membership in the Society. 6 v 4 li NATICNAL ATHLETIC HONORARY SOCIETY .rf SP7 BOTTOM ROW left to right' O Lake D Cran D S . . , . more, . mith, A. Weatherwax, S. Tinkham TOP ROW left to right J Vincent H Heath W Shepherd, W. Wallace. The Natio'nal Athletic Scholarship Society was f d ' ' orme to give high school athletes deeper foundation in sportsmanship, scholarship, and citizenship. By realizing the need for all these requisites, athletes may help both themselves, and their school in the field of sports. To be eligible for this society a bo m t , y us earn a varsity letter in either a major or minor sport. His scholarship must be higher than the general average of the school and h , e must exemplify a high type of sportsmanship and citizenship. The faculty must approve the boy's nomination before he may be admitted to the society. FINE ARTS HONORARY SOCIETY 4 BOTTOM ROW, left to right: M. Starkey, N. Shepherd, G. McCord, C. Robinson, C. Madison. TOP ROW, left to right W. Shepherd, J. Morrow, B. Keenan, S. Tinkham. This society is a society honoring students outstanding in the field of art, poetry, dramatics, and music. Those honored have shown credit- able ndevelopment in one of these fields of endeavor. fa tg, E 1 A C T I V IT' E S ws MISS JOAN NYGREN Garden County High School HOMECOMING QUEEN S M5335 MISS WANDA BURKE, Senior of G.C.H.S. received the honor Of becoming Senior attendant to our 1954 Home- coming Queen. MISS KAY HEHNKE,G.C. H. S. Junior, was our Junior Atten- dont. Our Sophomore attendant to the Queen was MISS SANDRA HUWALDT. T From the class of '57, MISS ALICE LEE NEWELL was chosen us Freshman atten- dont. 49" X, a 1 fl l ' lli' - , rv ' lr 2' gmvfxi, The winning float in i953 was the Sophomores. The float theme was "Eagles Give 'Em A Whirl'. It consisted of gayly colored tilt-a-whirls with Virginia Chiches- ter and Bonnie Newlin .riding in them. The Senior class won third prize with the theme "We're Expect- ing Victory'. Micky Wilson, Norman Peterson and Boyd Billingsly rode on the float. Second prize was given to the Junior class with their "We'll Clean Up Todayn. We found the crown. The Queen and Attendents standing in the foreground while the G.C.H.S. Band plays "Let Me Call You Sweetheart' in the back ground. Allen has iust presented the Queen with a bouquet of red roses. Didn't you kiss her Allen? The subiect for Homecoming Queen i953 line up for the parade. - ." hw .1 ,he he - H Rue' FF o,-, 9 is 0 4 Of,'?'Qf,, A W' F 'ce'-Y fM"'1b of' 0 "e ,fs homvion CQlve sll017?e 6 Qi, Q Qfor Wards Q 41 -H' 1 owe r' Oo Y P' S5466 lVq,!"0' IU9 O xo vhs: ace rofh iso 11-so qba I pfgh . req . Q-eo ,seo s'de e'Ve 109 9' nf WS ,Ti ox .ls V-'K' s c Qyhe xobigd 50 '0 Dallas Lake and Karen pose before the Officers. In April 1953, Miss Karen Rent- zsch, Junior in G.C.H.S. was pre- sented the honor of being FFA Chapter Sweetheart. She was pre- sented with o blue rayon satin iacket with an FFA Emblem on it. At the same time Doug Olson and James Charles were elected Honor- ary Members of the FFA and present- ed awards. The Pep Club girls and Athletic boys are enioying their festive meal prepared by the Pep Club Mothers. I A The Annual Athletic Banquet given by the Pep Club for the Athletes was a scene of beauty this past year. The theme was 'Hawaiin lsland.' 4:1 4' 512, .fa 1 , , Q ln the forground we see Mr. Cain, Jerry McKune, Merlena Starkey and many other couples. 5 lv? . The crowd watching the trockmeet wus made up of parents, teachers and high school students. Don Heldt one of our best foot- ball players this year, is shown here in the iump. Here some of the girls are doing their best in a sock race. al I 1 , l l Hr M gloria and Gary get pointers in the County Clerks Patricia and Gerald talk with Judge Samuelson ice. V-J ,,, Quito and Jack examine the 5l'l0riff's heavy artillery. Don questions the accused. xg ka- Everyone enioys a delicious banquet. The accused goes hee' The Frosh are taken for an airing. Anybody yell "Airraid". B. Vogler and J. Anderson are crowned as Frosh King and Queen. Mixed Chgrus Mr. Springer steps down to take a bow G.C.H.S. Bond in playing formaiion. ents!"-i' 5 Aigb Q ' 3 2 9 I A A Hopalong says 'Howdy Partner. ipod fiflwwl Ki, Beautiful gums on a wonderful clown. Valeniine gala in school library Juniors get prize for winning slcii. I Come and get if! Everybody dance! 1 Brewn'5 Bombers ger lectured before the game. Sophomore cheerleaders give the Cylones a cheer K.0. wishes the boys good Senior gols singing the Bloomer Boys o song. luck. tl! .1 Howard, wha! did you do to Norma? Dick Smith looks on as Wayne Wallace gets o working over by Mr. Brown. ns l Spongoxed X New Language P-NS. oXos, 'nos on 0139390 uockwe. VXKCXX bf ok os '16 'Nix sake het soc routes. 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N ,- ,Aa u in ,QA-f' . M - 0, , -3 , K H '. .,.f 'Y In -4 '-Wg, ' 2255-'Cwcggg Mg, .. p 3L,,,g,5,Wi"i f- if 915, . "Sl:5 w if " ' l41."f5Nvq'f,g I. 1 im ,.,lw '?'w' pf-11-X SB?"-51f'rf A "' ' 5 . . ' .5 f ri ' ' Q, fa' ff. ' 2 , . - 3-'ff-'Sw YR ' X 4.13 i n fr' "W-ii? I - .: . W : f , s f DAD'S NITE 3 x kick - rx. ..- PAXTON VS. OSHKOSH 'll- 1'- I-I - 4 If as 5 a. Q A xi xv 4,' ' 4' 'N ' l digg!-:Xi A 1 'fix iv!! ll Q! QQ 11 x 13 ll -lx S Q.. ... E N534 il bf' LEFT TO RIGHT Ch : uclc Ahrens, Clifford Polk, Mr. Charles, Sandy Huwaldt, Don Heldt, Kay H8l'lr'llK0, Howard Heath, Merlina Starkey, Warren Sl'1epherd,. Joan Nygren, Mert Newkirk, Bonnie Kay Newlin and Wanda Burke. STUDENT COUNCIL The unty High School is the governing organization. It con- sists of twelve members and one advisor. They have sponsored Homecoming, County Government Day, Polio Benefit Basketball Game, Donation cards for polio benefit and basketball line-up for home basketball games. Student Council of Garden Co ea -6 Q-Q-.4 FlRST ROW, left to right' M Cabello C Madison P F h K . . , . , . ra m, . Hehnke, M. Brown, C. Robb, and C. Beam. SEC- OND ROW, left to right: W. Miller, K. Rentzsch, B. Billingsley, A. Richards, A. Weatherwax, N. Peterson, and Mr. Nicholas. THIRD ROW, left to right: S. Passmore, R. Jacobs, M. Wilson, H. Heath, D. Mumford, B. Dilley Bennett, and C. Robinson. JOURNALISM The Joumalism class has two iobs. They publish the school paper and yearbook Thei . r work is extremely difficult and much co-operation is needed to complete their work successfully. .- 41' -A '-1 4 X'-1 3 , 4 CLUB 13 N5 1 ,1 3 if, xy!! 1 .I A.. ' -A --af N 'X-W: 3 XX 131 W IQ . I. I L. C f I R. J b I J, Ol n, E Passmore E Thornton Miss 55323 Rfiai1c'i?"Ri3'w"gi'lff fo':i'Q'Il5n'5.ciT1J2h. G. 'ifiillffll D. Roocfefi. M- Kizchke H S+QCkfmf' D M"""O"' N Bart olome C Beam M Cheney, G. Roudobush. F.H.A. FHA consists of l7 members. Those holding offices are: President - Dolores Mumford, Vice- president - Glenna Roudebush, Secretary - Myrna Kaschke, Treasurer - Harolyn Stockman, Parliamentarian - Eva Thornton, Degree Chair- man - Bonnie Kay Newling Publicity Chairman - Sandra Huwaldtg Song Leader - Rosemary Jacobs, Pianist - Elsie Passmore, Historian - Dorothy French, Recreation Chairman - Genelle Sutton. Those chosen by members to be chapter mothers are: Mrs. Ross Roudebush, Mrs. Robert French, Mrs. Bill Jacobs, Mrs. Lee Mumford, Mrs. Henry Kaschke, Mrs. H. V. Stockman. They held an annual FHA party which was well attended and are now heartily working on plans for future success. Kg K f I 1 Wu-xl lv ' ef- iw V cg-ill LQ A Qin f s.. X E . . 3 Y in ne w X. ,- on -4 y 'W 4 First Semester Pep Club officers and sponsors 1 'S ma I XJ , ' 'Y X x x has , s... x h ' 'J , - he- ni" X "' 5' " A' A 'lx . 1 A-I '25 - '1 ,- Q 1 Q Q U 0' Q, 5? f' . 1 , QQ, .I 9 2 , s I Q ' 1. ' 4, , Q 4 - . -i f 9 l al " W 9 o . x s J: ' . f 1 ' ev, v . ' ' ,fx ,J , ,, Q7 , ' if J .1 " f - , f ' 1 f 1 Q, f C CQ! I , r 1 FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Olson, K. Rentzsch, B. Newlin, K. Hehnke, M. Smith, G. Roudebush. SECOND ROW left to right: A. Newell, M. Huwuldt, N. MCC d J. C l' ' or , as ln, L. Curfman, D. French, R. Jacobs, A. Richards. THIRD ROW, left to right: K. Christensen, H. Stockman, W. Burke, M. Wilson, M. Starkey, G. Sutton, J. Anderson, M. Kaschke. PEP CLUB 'ig 'ie' 52453 - 5 J .C A Q Q 'V' 9 ' l J , ,. X ' ' 9 e X n, L F X l 'li " Ry l 'N 5 ,J GQ .3 fn . Q 'il Q 5 V 5 M 9 of . X' S ' ...QI . f. f ,J ,Q W W A 2, A f' tif 1' gl "fs ' if, 4 h - x 5 YJ 59 Q P 9 t .1 Ng J 1 1 W Q M W x . F FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Rogers, C. Madison, M. Bennett, C. Robb, M, Brown, R. Krenowicz. SECOND ROW, left to right' K Filbert C Beam J Nygren D Roudebush R DG le P F h THIRD ROW l . . , . , . , . , . Y y, . ra m. , efttoright: J. Pullen, D. Johnson, D. Rogers, N. Ross, M. Paisley, D. Mumford, N. Bartholome, N. Shepherd. BOTTOM R C7 OW, left to right: M. Bennett R Krenowicz Miss King J Ny ren M Pai l TOP R ff? ,qu-. , . , , . g , . s ey. OW, left to right C. Madison, V. Chichester, D. Mumford, D. Roudebush. OFFICE GIRLS The girls who are maioring in Commercial, or who happen to have an extra library period are sometimes called upon to help in the school offices. This year all of the Seniors who en- rolled for Secretarial Science use that period to work in these offices as well as several other girls who offer their assistance. They work in the Superintendent's office, the PrincipaI's office, and help the various teachers with their records and correspondence. They say it is fun as well as educational! FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Cranmore, D. Musolf, D. Starkey, D. White, L. Koeppen, B.MizeII,F, Miller, H. Rasmussen. SECOND ROW, left to right: W. Benzen, D. Miller, K. Weatherwax, J. White, B. Saunders, E. Kaschke, G. Delatour, B. Kemplin. THIRD ROW, left to right: M. Peterson, O. Lake, C. Ahrens, D. Jacobs, E. Bourquin, R. Cheney, V. Bennett, B. Arnold. ' F.F.A. FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Jacobs,J. Bartholome, B. Vogler, N. Custer, M. Newlzirlz, D. Smith, C. Cheney, R. Seng DI Hill. SECOND ROW, left to right: B. Tapp, R. Contratto, S. Ruden, J. Johnson, L. Knerr, D. Heldt, S. Tinkham' V. Wright, G. Kemerling, M. Brown. THIRD ROW, left to right: B. Groves, S. Edwards, R. Morgan, R. Paulsen, C. Jackson, J. Gillett, W. Wallace, D. Lake, A. Weutherwox. 5 f ' ' - U SL- 'fi 1 Here we see the Garden County High School maiorettes. At every home football game they lead the Band onto the field for a pre-game and halftime performance. They make a very colorful sight for the football fans. The photo above shows the reed section of B our and. It consists of flutes, clarinets, and saxaphones. Those people presiding in this section are, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Ross, M. Stark , R. J la ' Chen B. T J ' y aco s, W. Fuclces, K. Hehnke, M. ey, app, . Johnson, B. Keenan, C. Robinson, M. Newkiyk, K. Christensen, S. Tinkhum. g Percussion secgion Co,-,Sisfs of Boss drum, snare drum and bells. LEFT TO RIGHT: Gloria McCord, Norma Bartho- lome, Ruth Berglund, and Jerry Bartholome. Brass section consists of Trumpets, cornets, French horn, trombones, bass horns, and baritone horn. FRONT ROW, left to right: Diane Johnson, Lois Curfman, Richard Seng, Ronnie Shaheen, Ronnie Contratto, Bill Mizell, Dolores Mumford, Harold Rounsborg, Dorthey French, Stanley Ruclen, and Norma Shepherd. TOP ROW, left to right: John Gillett,, Darrell Miller, Howard Heath, Danny Starkey, Warren Shepherd, Glenna Roudebush, and Nancy McCord. SEXTETS LEFT T0 RIGHT: N. Shepherd, N. Ross, G. McCord, C. Robinson, K. Hehnke, J. Morrow LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Lance, D. French, M. Peterson, C. Orr, G. Roudebush, R. Jacobs. ENSEMBLES K9 LEFT TO RIGHT: C Robinson, B. Keenan, K Christensen, S. Tinkham 4. l 3 A LEFT TO RIGHT: H. Rounsborg, D. Mumford, N. Shepherd, G. Roudebush, J. Gilletf, W. Shepherd. GIRLS' GLEE FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Jacobs, G. Rouclebush, D. French, G. McCord, S. Huwaldt, J. Pullen. SECOND ROW, left to right: M. Peterson, M. Kosch Ice, D. Roudebush, N. Shepherd, N. Ross,C. Madison,C. Rogers THIRD ROW, left to right: K Rentzsch,A. Beothe,N. McCord H. Stoclcmon, J. Anderson, Mi Cheney, M. Smith. FRONT ROW, left to right: M. Brown, D. AIbee,D. Johnson, L. Curfmon, C. Beom. SECOND ROW, left to right: K. Filbert, R. Doyley, K. Hehnlce, M. Hu- waldt, V. Chichester, C. Lance. THIRD ROW, left to right: N. Bortholome, K. Christensen, A. Aufdengorten, W. Burke, R. Cabello. FRONT ROW, left to right: E. Possmore, S. Passmore, P. Shaw, A. Richords,C. Robinson, A. Newell. SECOND ROW, left to right: E. Thornton, C. Orr, M. Wilson, B. Newlin, D. Mum- ford, C. Robb. THIRD ROW, left to right: M. Starkey, J. Morrow, J. Sutton, N. Steger, A. Sutphen. FIRST ROW left to right' C. Polk, J. Bartholome, C. Cheney, N. Custer, M. Newklirk, D. Smith. V S R den. SECOND ROW, left to right: D. Starkey, J. Johnson, D. Miller, J. Jensen, B. og er, . u THIRD ROW, left to right: R. Shaheen, D. Heldt, J. Gillett, H. Rounsborg, G. Delatour, B. Kemplin. BOYS' GLEE FIRST ROW, left to right: D. White, D. Lal-e, R, Jacobs' B, B'll' 1 l N. P t S. T' kh W Miller. SECOND ROW, left to right: L. Knerr, B. Keenm, lW:ngf1eepYI-uerd, eftiiigrll-1, W, Fickzl? W Wallace, J. Vincent. ' TRIOS 9 .mf Our Advertizers Finest Worlds fi People 3 P, ., ., W-.- W, ' nik. MARK GUENIN ED WOOD PAUL TEMPLE JOHN MCCORD AUGUST BUSKE PHILLIP SAMUELSON ELSIE HOLBROOK O. L. ROBERTS WARREN VAN NORMAN GLENN MONG VELVA M. MUMFORD SUPER SERVICE STATION D. Fickes-O. Newkirk .qi MOBILGAS AND MOBILOIL '+R' GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES -.1 i Complete Car Service lg Tire Repairing, Washing, Waxing "'- E Expert Lubrication C AW T'T -Complete Line of Accessories- Joon Nygren MILLERS SUPER MARKET PHONE 100 Oshkosh, Nebraska W '- FQ I , ,1. XV c a , g -1 , , K, Q N. ffu v , v . Kay Filbert Marilyn Brown NEBRASKA STATE BANK BROWN PRODUCE . Se ns, 3 ! t H 'Q 1 ,. '- . V' in it fiilns law. .mf . 7 'Af ' i ii as A ' gg. 'S ffef rf agfzfwf ar 34- f f, ..-'15 'Q . J. S? ' ' .27-H " iii 5 A S i Congratulations Class of '54 from Nygrens S and S Drive-Inn-Carl and Dorothy Dolson Motel-Boyd Smith Station-Hank Hines CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '54 E 'lf xi? 1-1sul""""""',.w, Am i! Virginia Chichester Cgrgl Orr M 8. M Motor Company Oshkosh Livestock Commission Co. "THE BACI-IMANS" ALWAYS TOP PRICES - SALE EVERY FRIDAY ALLEN E. - GLEN J. - JOHN D. 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