Garden Plain High School - Plainsman Yearbook (Garden Plain, KS)

 - Class of 1952

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' aiu. lu, MWA 'L vi 41 it W ip-J' is 'F a V THE PLAINSMAN Pub11shed by the sen1or class of GARDEN PLAIN HIGH SCHOOL Garden Plam Kansas June 1952 MARY JEAN LINNEBUR Edltor HARRY GARD DUANE WIECHMAN Bus1ness Managers I 1 I ! f ALE' ' . Iv . 4, -., DEDKCAUON TO OUR PARENTS To you our parents we the semor Class gwe thlb 1952 Plaxnsman For the closxng of th1s phase of our educatmon we feel1t but a f1tt1ng gesture of thanks Our years of schoohno at Garden P1a1n could not haxe been complete had lt not been for your many 1nterests 1n our welfare The Senlors I x N0 T9 sxncefe t a X oi You dugmon 0 COXW X nv-5 and 3 Oiief O a tx me fo 6 Xaxlea 1 U1 6 ffk 19 5 fini 0 :mage 'Pa esiofw 6159 the ufxvmng QI ?XaX09ma BGARD 0F EDUCATIGN 'fa PRESIDENT D CLEQZRI? H Blefmann Ffangls J B TREASURER unck N1ckSCheer Jr SUPERINTENDENT Edwum J Gard I I' . wo 1955 . Y I Oi of i ' g A , no ' 9 xg . K I nfx 4 AA 1 it K ll fu' Y:- 'XR FUI MISS SCHMIEDELER MR. KERSCHEN FACULTY MR. GARD MISS PETROSKI MRS. PELTZER MR. MARKS We have endeavored to br1ng you a plctorlal revlew of th1s year s aCt1V1t16S We hope you enjoy lt THE STAFF Ed1tor 1n Ch1ef Mary Jean Lmnebur Busmess Managers Harry Gard Bookkeeper Typmg Ed1tor Photo Ed1tOTS Copy Ed1tor Layout Edltor Duane W1echman Mary Blermann Edlth He1n Mary Kay B1errnann Dwayne Puetz Sh1r1ey Elpers R1ta Metzen ASSISTANTS Lawrence Wolke Ahce Kerr Lester Le1s Dolores Becker Dorothy Becker Jun Dugan Hugo Nett Le Roy Helmerman Maur1ce Scheer ANNUAL STAFF WSI, AHF' Sponsored by MATH BORNIGER W1ch1ta I . . , '. , Q W 1 , . I A hx . . . . T' vm- if ' ! IUNIORS President ........ Jean TenBarge Vice President , . , Ramona Wiechman Secretary-Treasurer . . . .John Briggs SOPHOMORES President ......... Louis Zissel Vice President , . , Pauline Thimmesch Secretary . . . . . Arlene Biermann Treasurer , . Paul Henry Wiechman FRESHMEN President .,,.,,, Roberta Seiwert Vice President , , , Danny Dugan Secretary Treasurer , , Marilyn Gorges CLASS OFFICERS SENIORS President ....... Duane Wiechman Vice President , , , , Dwayne Puerz Secretary-Treasurer , , , Harry Gard Compliments of DR. AND MRS. A. H. BIERMANN SENIORS MARY JEAN LINNEBUR DUANE WIECHMAN SHIRLEY ELPERS HARR Y GARD 19' f-JA Q--1 '3 fx.:-' :J 'J 1-mai uv' fi 6 '1' ff? EDITH HEIN DWAYNE PUETZ 4T' TT wp, -J '-:sr MARY KATHRYN BIER MANN LeROY HEIMER MAN SENIDRS DOLOR ES BECKER JAMES DUGAN DOROTHY BECKER LAWRENCE WOLKE -A SENIOHS MARY BIERMANN MAURICE SCHEER ALICE KERR LESTER LEIS SENIOR ACTIVITIES DOLORES BECKER G P H s 49 5 5 5 Basketball 49 50 51 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Iunror Play 51 Sen1or Play 52 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual staff DOROTHY BECKER G P H s 49 5 5 5 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Basketball 49 50 51 Sen1or Play 52 Iunror Play 51 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff MARY BIERMANN G P H S 49 5 5 5 Basketball 49 50 51 Band 49 50 51 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Saxophone Quartet 49 50 51 Iun1orP1ay 51 Semor Play 51 52 One Act Play 49 52 Cheerleader 51 52 Class Offrcer 49 50 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 May Queen 52 MARY KAY BIERMANN Sacred Heart Academy 49 50 51 G P H S 52 Band 52 Sen1or Play 52 Chorus 52 One Act Play Vocal Solo 52 Annual Staff 52 JIM DUGAN St MarysH1gh WlCh1I3 49 50 G P H S 51 52 Junror Play 51 Basketball 51 52 Football 52 Class Offrcer Sl Annual Staff 52 Echo Staff 51 52 SHIRLEY ELPERS G P H s 49 5 5 5 Band 49 50 51 52 Basketball 49 50 51 Iunror Play 51 Semor Play 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Saxophone Quartet 49 50 51 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 HARRYGARD GPHS 49 5 5 5 Football 50 51 52 Basketball 49 50 51 52 Band 49 50 51 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Saxophone Quartet 49 50 51 Mrxed Quartet 50 Saxophone Solo One Act Play Annual staff 52 Escort 52 LeROY HEIMERMAN G P H s 49 5 5 5 Football 49 50 51 52 Basketball 51 52 Track 50 51 52 Chorus 51 52 Iunxor Play 51 Semor Play 52 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 EDTHHEIN GPHS 49 5 5 5 Band 50 51 52 Basketball 49 50 51 Jun1orPlay 51 One Act Play Semor Play 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Grrls Quartet 49 50 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 ALCEKERR GPHS 49 5 5 5 Play 51 Sen1or Play 52 Annual Staff 52 MARY JEAN LINNEBUR G P H s 49 5 5 5 Basketball 49 50 51 Band 49 50 51 52 One Act Play 51 Chorus 51 52 Cheerleader 49 50 51 52 Mrxed Quartet 50 Grrls Quartet 50 One Act Play Vocal Solo 51 Sen1or Play 52 Jumor Play 51 Class Presrdent 51 Echo Staff Edltor 51 Annual Staff Edttor 52 Mard of Honor 52 LTERLEIS HS 4 5 5 Football 51 52 Track 49 50 51 52 Juruor Play 51 Sen1or Play 52 Chorus 51 52 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 RITA METZEN H S 5 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Band 49 50 51 52 Basketball 49 50 51 Junror Play 51 Semor Play 52 Prestdent of Pep Club 52 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 HUGO NETT HS 4 5 51 5 Football 49 50 52 Basketball 49 50 51 52 Track 50 Chorus 49 50 51 52 One Act Play 50 Jumor Play 51 Sen1or Play 52 Echo Staff 51 52 Band 49 50 Annual Staff 52 DWAYNE PUETZ G P H S 49 5 51 5 Football 4Q 50 51 52 Basketball 50 51 52 Jun10rP1ay 51 Semor Play 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Band 49 50 51 52 Boys Double Quartet 51 Track 50 51 52 Echo staff 51 52 Class Offrcer 51 52 Annual Staff 52 MAURICE SCHEER G P H S 49 5 5 5 Basketball 49 50 51 52 Football 50 51 52 Track 50 51 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 Sen1or Play 52 IUIIIOI Play 51 Boys Double Quartet 51 DUANE WIECHMAN G P H S 49 5 51 5 Basketball 49 50 51 52 Football 49 50 51 52 Track 49 50 51 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Band 49 50 51 52 Semor Play 52 Junror Play 51 Class Offrcer 51 52 Echo Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 Chan cellor 52 LAWRENCE WOLKE G P H S 49 5 5 5 Track 49 50 51 52 Chorus 49 50 51 52 Edttor Staff 51 52 Annual Staff 52 Jumor Play 51 Semor Play 52 10 ....'.'O,'l.'2 1 1 1 D 1 1 1 1 D A 1 . 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"' LaVera Landwehr ' ffl- Y v-v '- ' ,ins X-v , Jerry Kampling I ' . 4"'S-f K N.. 1- A ' Lois Ann Sommerhauser is Nt " V 'Q 5 S ' Q v ' Leroy Metzen ,-:Jung ' mvx. 3., ,io 1 L h I 4 M" M '- is-Q- :fin M 4 ,nl K 24. ,ss ' ,Av A fn Laquita Rausch gc" N A " "' Kenneth Weber 'A " A "' N' --f T' Arlene Biermann I X W Adrian Fisher 'R lr f J, ' Beverly Somme rhauser u 4 ' fix . f fx -K - iq 7, V rv .N Louis Zissel ' R' "' 'T L, " " "' In X A i Darlene Hommertzheim may ,, , Y' W ' 4' ,alla Jerome Becker " qwjl' wr 4' j. M 1 K h 1 y 5 , y y v fx ar ene ersc en Yi ' Ar J X ' I- James Scheer I W 5 -1 A x R A L. w K . In fi gn: ea -R A J R S Micheal Ternes get 1 eil' :J -A y 0- 'fr Marlene Hommertzheim 1 ""' 4-ur K . , Robert Kerr y J .wi 1. L- ,- Pauline Thimme sch Danial Linnebur Compliments of BESTGEN GROCERY Freshmen Eddie Elpers Marilyn Gorges Virgil Puetz Rita Feist Gene Sommerhauser Ruth Feist Dennis Seiwert Danny Dugan Junior Thimmesch Mary Stegman Jerome Metzen' Freida Neises Robert Lies Thomas Struble Jean Marie Scheer Alfred Wolke ' Kay Kramer Betty Wiechrnan Joseph Dugan Roberta Seiwert Lawrence Seiwert :gf ' 'J tl JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "LITTLE ACORNS" Millicent Collins . . Dorothy Thimmesch Lorna Collins , , Ramona Wiechman Pandora ...... Corrine Scheer Diana Wentworth .... Mary Lou Kraus Mrs. Judith Wentworth . . Jo Ann Seiwert Dennis Collins ...... John Briggs Sidney Lanfield , . Herb McGreevy Charles Collins . . Glenn Meredith Director . . . . Jo Nell Petroski FESTIVAL PLAY Rating--Highly Superior "JOINT OWNERS IN SPAIN" Miss Dyer ...... Mary Biermann Mrs. Blair . . . Edith Hein Mrs. Fullerton . . . Ramona Wiechman Mrs. Mitchell ..... Roberta Seiwert Director , , Mary Ann Schmiedeler 15 --P- 1 H ' f 1 --i.iAYf,- A " 'P paw-42 53 Compliments of HOFLER FARM EQUIPMENT Wichita, Kansas Nw l YL 1 Flrst page Goss1p page Home Town Sports Sponsors YW -Q if ECHO STAFF The Echo" 1S our weekly publlcatlon Very few schools the s1ze of Garden Pla1n I-hgh have a weekly paper thus we are Just a httle proud of our accompl1shment ln thls 11ne The Echo not only affords readmg rnaterlal for the h1gh school students but also enjoys Home Town News Page that 1S of cornrnunlty Durlng the school term the .Tun1ors and Sen1ors both subm1t news 1tems whmle the S mors are the pr1nters To get 1n tr1m for the succeed1ng year the Junlors take over as pr1nters for the last f1Ve 1ssues of the paper 1vvwlE!fl3'3' EDITORS Mary Jean Llnnebur Edlth Heln News Sh1r1ey Elpers Harry Gard M1ss Jo Nell Petroskl Mrs Mary Kay Peltzer Cornplunents of MARTIN K EBY INC 16 L f -Q: l gr' l A 5 I Il ' E A 3 ' ' ' ' nv ll ,Y A V X , o a vu ' X' much interest to all people of the 2' ' , THE CLASSROOM T ,ran 3' N X K -QL, IF' . i..-W ,ff A N ? ,Jw If 5 J w -ry . 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Briggs, B, Freiss, A, Fisher, R, Leis, D, Dugan, Mr, Marks, L, Seiwerr, L, Heimerman, P. H, Wiechmari, L, Wolke, J. Kampling, I, Scheer, V, Pueiz, NOT PICTURED: J. Thimmesch, E, Elpers, viva , x kai, 5 - 51,1 . I G ' Q I . 13 lrllllz l"14 ,h 4 l .H Q ,vi W Q Q si. VL Qiiilrtlll 'sig V 'Qi A I R . 6 S? 1 5 V, f My " Wtgf f M' ""' -ef ' 1 55: L4 QW ll 1 'Y K if ,wh -Q.'. l.., I " 4 5 'I ry.. 1' f, 4 .jtrm - dv L I ak. E, ,. iff.. I a L - l lj' 8 it 53' Z In , , im. Q s 'T , . , .,, A N ,,,, ,M qyflmvwik .M-in ' A .. ,lg ., , Q. Q A 4 ri 3 W K ' yn xivlk ,ad -L F! , E 5 M"-'W ,M -,......, , , . .. My .,,,?m...,1...,.,M A,x,L,,,,,,v,V? ' ' A , ff? ' , U 4, Q , i 3, ,. ' f f i ' 5 wfffvfiffffffgifb - +w11-Rm ,K as- W 5 f f 'S W , . Q H 2 ' + , -. ' K W C . -. 31. W K . ip .M ,!r:!1.?, ff? Q JI tt fp: rg? ug , ,J cg .yy H: J'-3,,'5H? 5 ' V wer 3,-'H -kazaa ?gv'+ ' '-ff QV'-r-." 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V as I Q , A 'fi f, , ,g .tex x an 33 ' Q ns 'Cx-f Football Kerschen Marches Upfield The Owls, in a season thwarted by very severe weather conditions, including sleet, rain, mud, and snow, showed their football finesse by pounding out a total of 220 points against the opponents 58. In their most suc- cessful season of recent years, the gold and black, coached by Gerald Kerschen, emerged co-champions of the highly-touted Sedgwick County League. The season was marred by only one defeat ----- a black mark for the Owls. The golden mark appeared, when, at the climax of the league season, they handed the Andale Indians their first defeat, thus becoming co-champions with them. Action 0n The Gridiron "lu 1 ,. .. 5 . Mid-Season entertainment was furnished for the football team by Mr. and lVlrs. D. J. Briggs. On November lO, a chartered bus left Garden Plain High School for Lawrence, Kansas and the K. U. Loyola football game. The Seniors say, "I'm the best." The kick off! 11-14 :S Compliments of W ULF MORT UARY Z3 4,935 K Photo play! On November 28, the Pep Club honored the '51 Football Squad with a party. A mock football game was presented, "Fancy Pants" vs. "Powder Puffs", as part of the enter- tainment. A salute to each senior boy and coach was given by the senior girls. While refreshments were being served, the boys presented Mr. Kerschen with a gift as a token of their appreciation. Dancing con- cluded the evening's entertainment. ' Q TOP ROW, READING LEFT TO RIGHT: R, Leis, D, Dugan, V, Puetz, J, Thimmesch, L, Seiwert, D, Seiwert, T, Struble, J. Becker, J. Metzen, J, Dugan, L. Metzen, B, Kerr, A, Fisher, M, Zoglman, H, Wiechman, G, Lampe, E. Elpers, L, Zissel, K, Weber, J, Scheer, L, Heimerman, H, Gard, H, Nett, D, Puetz, D, Wiechman, M. Scheer, H, McGreevy, E, Clasen, Coach, Gerold Kerschen, BASKETBALL ff' 'X ar Lf ,xi - gi 1 f I A .Aly Q1 ABOVE: Garden Plain team shown accepting trophy for second place--District Tournament, RIGHT: Team accepting Lrophy for third place--Sedgwick County Tournament, Z4 1. , THE THIN CLADS Relay Men Field Events Men P Y .1 91 Track Team i Q Q Q ' -tw , '21 5 if ' f . N f .x'-f'ff- ' D I i .D 'D ,.-. ., . tg.. -t Distance Men and Hurdler Middle Distance Men Duane Wiechman has dis- tinguished himeslf by winning 12 letters during his four years in high school. The staff extends congratulations! Sponsored by Goddard WHETZEL. LUMBER COMPANY, h mp lntramurak C 3 o1'5 S, -Juni The Phys - Ed. line -up GIRLS' ATHLETICS One -two- -One -two We made it! Sponsored by COUNTRY CLUB BEER Carl Wlechman family FAMILIES WEll REPRESENTED Ramona Duane, Paul Henry, Betty William Metzen family Leroy, Jerome, Rita Alphonse Scheer family Corrine, Jean Marie, Maurice The hot lunch program completed its first year under the direction of Mrs. Lou Sommerhauser and Mrs. John Clasen pictured above. Much time was spent by both Florence and George Rau in cleaning, dusting, and repairing after students departed for home each evening. CALENDAR OF EVENTS SEPTEMBER 4 First day of school I4 Freshman initiation 21 First football game with Belle Plain, won 28-7 27 Conway Springs football game, won 40 -7 OCTOBER 5 Mt, Hope football game, won 26-I2 9 Annual pictures taken I2 Derby football game, won 20-I3 19 Cheney football game, won 38 -0 26 Sedgwick football game, lost I3-O 28 Senior play 31 Andale football game, won 7-6 NOVEMBER 1-2 Teacher's meeting 5-6 No school--snow storm 7 Junior class party 9 Senior's sell advertising IO K, U, trip--football team I4 Freshman -Sophomores vs. Derby Freshman -Sophomores--Football, 7-7 tie I6 Clearwater football game, won 21 -0 2I Last football game, with Cheney, won 40-o 22 Thanksgiving 26 Thanksgiving vacation ends 28 Football party 30 One -Act -Play Festival at Mt, Hope DECEMBER 7 First basketball game with Derby 20 Christmas Pageant 2I Christmas vacation begins JANUARY 2 Christmas vacation ends FEBRUARY 5-9 County Basketball Toumament at Garden Plain 27-29 District Basketball Toumament at Garden Plain MARCH I End of District Tournament 5-8 Regional Tournament at Ark City, Last game 27 Music Festival at Andale APRIL 1 Tuberculosis X-Rays for Seniors 4 State Music Contest 9 Fredonia Relays IO Easter vacation begins 4 P, M, I5 Easter vacation ends I5 Juniors take over "Echo" 18 Pratt Relays 23 Junior play 30 Junior -Senior Prom MAY 2 County Track Meet, Wichita University IO Regional Track Meet, Hutchinson I2-I3 Final examinations 16 May Fete 18 Baccalaureate IQ Activity Banquet 20 Commencement 21 School Picnic 22 Jail Term Endsf 3 months parolej ifgliig. .Palm li .lm A, ' ii up PAX 5 X .6 T5 W I, 1 EVA, J! u. . sf ws' , B ' 1: 9? ww. ..,,,, 1 - --EW , . 5-1? f N., 0 " id' ' ., 9' L "Still Shines The Star" The scenes below are shots from our annual Christmas party and pageant. if 'Q 6 fs ki:L mg2,,, :sf ax af' I Jgi 4V inn- 5 8 ff' x .-NVQ!!! M xx. xx I F, , N' A'bV diff, 6 1 ff 5' 1' ' -Q-,uw F' if -'gig 1 'f gn S fag K4 ,ae-1 . MW A. w' gg' , .f1,,,, , ,N-4+ ,, fm Mflllw X 1 Q!! Xue?-, ,- W . . ' XX I-5 NW M I MAY QUEEN Mary Biermann CHANCELLOR Duane Wiechman MAID OF HONOR Mary Jean Linnebur ESCORT Harry Gard H, -1:4 "Let the festival begin" was the keynote of the 1952 May Fete. The Garden Plain Grade and High School Students presented one of the most colorful and unusual May Fetes in the history of its tradition. Immediately following the crowning of the May Queen, the Grade School presented two dances: "Ting-a-Ling, " and "Miniature Minuet. " The High School program was built around the song, "In the Middle of May, " taking each month line and featuring with it a song and dance. One couple, Eddie Elpers and Arlene Biermann, was taken through the successive months according to the words of the song, together with the impressive pageantry and dances of each idea. The final Salute to the Queen, "Mary," was sung by the entire cast. 1952 GRADUATES MAY FETE 'Ting-a-Ling" Folk Dance 'Miniature Minuet" Colonial Dance n 3 6 at . 4 Compliments of EBY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY fa GRADE-SCHOOl UNIT I PR IMAR Y R OOM ROW I: Evelyn Kerr, Ronald Garnett, Eileen Landwehr, David Neises, ROW II: Freddie Shepherd, Anita Ann Petersen, Dale E. Petersen, Carolyn Price, Norman Shepherd. ROW III: Sherla Garnett, Gary Lee Sommer- hauser, Judy Price, Mary Ann Landwehr. ROW IV: Beth Ann Sommerhauser, Margaret Shepherd, Donald Aves, George Leishing, Teacher, Mrs, Welma Scheer, GRAMMAR ROOM FRONT ROW: Max Walker, Mary Jean Sommer hauser, Sharon Walker, Dorothy Heimerman, Sheldon Garnett. BACK ROW: Teacher, Miss Nora Mott, Gary Klausmeyer, Karl A. Petersen Kenneth Shipley, Ronald Klausmeyer. dnl qv- ' af' 'I J GRADE-SCHOOL UNIT II GRADES r AND 2 LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: Dennis Rau, Ronald Albert, Francis Landwehr, John Feist, Kenneth Simon, Leroy Erker, Jerry Lec Kerschen, Ronald Nett, Marilyn Thimmesch, Karen McGreevy, Mary Jane Thimmesch Maribeth Kramer, Eugene Scheer, Kenneth Schauf, Jane Marie Stegman, Virginia Zoglman, Carol Sue Charvax, Compliments of M AND M CLEANERS, Wichita, Kansas GRADES 3 AND 4 LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: Veronica Schauf, Thomas Stegman, Maurice Linnebur, David Simon, Larry Bangs, Ruth Seiwert, lrene Scheer, Sister Alma, Billy Stegman, Judy Hommerrzheim, Mary Barbara Sakis, Judy Ast, Roger Bunck, Elvin Zoglman, Ronald Elpers, Judy Klausmeyer, Mary McGreevy, Kathleen Erker, Timothy Kramer. GRADES 5 AND 6 LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: Jacquie Jaax, Jane Bestgen, Gerald Rohling, Pat McGreevy, Michael Seiwert, Leroy Weber, Joyce Stegman, Mrs. Schauf, David Elpers, Charles Landwehr, James Kerschen, Eugene Hommertzheim, Ramona Seidl, Jerome Rohling, Joan Becker, Glenda Sue Fiest, Dennis Thimmesch, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Johnny Bunck, Ronald Leis, Urban Freiss, Compliments of CHAS, E, MAHANEY ROOFING COMPANY, Wichita, Kansas GRADES 7 AND 8 LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: James Becker, Junior Kerschen, Larry Kramer, Lyle Simon, Joe McGreevy, Justin Friess, Donald Leis, Jerry Kramer, Eugene Bestgen, Hugo Seidl, Jeanette Feist, Laura Lee Scheer, Elvira Zoglmann, Jeanette Charvat, Kay Sommerhauser, Jeanette Thimmesch, Kenneth Nett, Daniel Leis, Joanne Rau, Jerry Sommerhauser, Shirlene Clasen, Betty Jane Hein, Rita Landwehr, Judy Bestgen, Ronald Linnebur. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Larry Rau, Danny Rausch, David Leis. L.. 'Ni' Q. J e.. 1 Q li? ' mf: 'P Qu i' Y. ' 'Q M 1 .' 'fm - ' PATRON LIST DR. 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