Gering High School - Kennel Yearbook (Gering, NE)

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A B WOOD PRINTER ENGRAVINGS BY DOWNEY e Q "'5-'W.QLx .f ,Q x w X Saw Ebffnaw GERING HIGH SCHOOL GERING NEBRASKA 1940 '55 .. luh , . 1. h.'- A Ai sw, , ., iv ,P-K f:Q'a, iVf53, QQ: R c' 'uc' 'mc' 'x'J'mr' 'nv rf wg c' 'ac' 'nv 'uv 'X-. 'X-. 'N-. Dedzca tion Q THE FACULTY of Germg Hlgh School Wxth SQCCIGI recogmtlon to MISS Margaret Block our sponsor We the Semors de-cllcate thls volume of PIODCCT for I940 Jw N2-,,5P-5,555a,5555,52R.,t,4P,,L,42X.,,,fsPL,l5f.,t.4fJ fy' '.,--' 'Dx rt' Q1 EQ, fix 1? Q1 ' ' 1 I 1 'JX rx' XC- ..., F3 Ji IL 22 ' if 53 ' ' Q ' ' all ' , 'Dx P ' . ' ' , 'JN . . ft' H . ,, Q3 ' 'Dx IC Qi Q3 gfzstory of the School HE FIRST SCHOOL IN GERING was held ln 1887 ln a log bulld mg erected by George Volck The twelve puplls who were 1n the school at thxs tlme ware served by A Porter Prltchard the flrst teacher In 1891 there were two graduates from the tenth grade L L Raymond and Mary Sayre In that year E P Cromer was the ttacher In 1917 a new hlgh school was bullt by Contractor C N Pow: rs and Arch ltect J C Pedersen In 1920 the enrollment was 104 students taught by ten faculty members The Board of Educatlon at that time was as follows A N Mathers presl dent R C Campbell T L OHara A A Mlller F H Barkdoll B F Gen try secretary F E Neeley treasurer L F Hamllton was superlntendent Twenty one years later ln 1938 due to the crowded condltlons of the old bulldlng a new audltorlum and two wlngs were addcd to the old hlgh school The addltlon was constructed by the Fullen Construction Company wxth O J Hehnke as archltect At the present tlme the enrollment IS 501 pupils under thc dlrectlon of nlneteen teachcrs The Board of Educatlon durmg bulldlng operatlon was as follows Fred Walters presldent E P Pray VICE presldent E L Truax treasurer Chas A Gul secretary Mrs M H Andrews George Goldfaln Robcrt L Klmmons Chas G Klmgman Mrs Georgm Durnln R B Carey superm tendent . 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' . -40 3-1 . . 1 ' ' 'fm 1- , ' Ak T - CLASS OF l 940 BETH DAVI9 Glrls Club 37 38 Vocal Groups 38 39 40 Small Vocal Groups 39 40 K 9 Klub 40 W ILLA DETLEI' SEN Orchestra 37 38 39 40 Small Instrumental Group 37 Glrls Club 37 38 Commerclal Contest 39 W II LIAII DFTI FFQEN PAULINE DIGGINS lfootball 39 40 Vocal Group 37 Gblub 40 Girls Club 37 38 IIARIE FISLWACH Xocal MUSIC 37 38 39 40 1-ls Club 3 One Act Plax 38 ERQI I FVAINS Fntered 39 Band 39 40 Orchestra 39 40 Oratlon 39 Qtudent Qouncll 40 Parliamentar- 1an lfxeoutne f0ITll'Tlltl96 40 llebain 40 PAIII GROQS Fntered 39 Class Plav 40 Commerclal Contest 39 One Act Play 40 Ploneer Staff Asst Bus Mgr LORRAINE FLLIOTT Glrls Club 37 38 Xocal Vluslc 37 38 One Act Plays 38 39 Cornmlerclal Contest 39 Band Tvurler 40 BII I GEWTRY Fntered 39 Basketball 40 Natlonal Honor SOCIGIV 40 Student Councll 40 G Club 40 IUNF IOWFS Vocal MUSIC 37 Pep Club 37 38 39 K 9 Klub 40 Ploneer Staff 40 Y , - , , l . 1 v Y v V , N, , , - . , . , v Y . . . l , . 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'I N , v 4 CLASS OF I 940 BERNICE LEONIIARDT Girls' Club '37 '38 Commercial Contest '39 FAYE LONG Girls' Club '37 '38 Commercial Contest '39 K-9 Klub '40 Pioneer Staff Band Twirler 40 lif'K IONG BOB IOVITT Bontbxll 38 39 4 P0 Captain 40 'N Y Track 38 39 Criss Plav '59 I1 1 LORI-X JOY II Pier PENF MORGAN Entered 38 and 37 38 Xocal Niusic 38 Urehestra 37 38 39 40 Debate 38 Debate 40 tlrls Club 38 German Band 40 BARR KRA WI-'FLFY tl'1ss Nite President 37 Setretary 39 Noc'11 Groun 37 38 39 ' p C lub 37 38 Klternitt to Girls State 39 1 1 s Honol S01 ntx il 40-qecy 59 ' ss Student Kounul 40 lfxecutlve I ommlttce lllss llax 30 Student lYllI'9Lt0I 40 Business Manager K 0 Klub President Pioneer Staff Xsst Fdltor FWIOLYN 0bWES 1 r s I lub 37 CHARI Fil NICHOLS Track 39 One Act Play 40 F Club 40 Small Woeal Group 40 DAHI NIAN PBFDMORF Crls Club 37 38 Y , n r f A I ' z '. '04,, - f ' ' U. . A. , . , ,, 1 .S N '- . G-I" lb '40 4 . ' 7 ' fl . , A , I ' ll ' ' '40 Y A , - , L, . . , A , , , 3- . K v . A L 4 4 4 ' A 4' v ' 'Ill 4 , v , V 1- 1 re 7 '. ' '39 ' ' ' , - 1 , " L ' Vocal Solo '40 1" 'ls' Club '37 '38 lr-.f. '40 A h . t q X - . W 1 Q. l 1 v ' ' A . -... . tw ' 4,4 t.. . A - A NA 7, . . - ,V 1 . . fi t' ' ' Cl I. , . . 38 Nl K A. CLASS OF I 940 IRI' YI' PR XX X0ta.lMux1t 3 38 l lf,1sQ Plav 40 Une acts 39 40 Xatlonal Honol Sous-tx Band 40 tlrghestra 40 Ploneer Staff Declamatorw 40 Qzlrli Club 37 'RS QTANI lfi RFI' DPR Football 37 38 39 40 Une Att Plav 3 Student Councxl 38 39 onor bouelx 3 40 1' es fnst semester Xltfrnute tu Boxs St ite bite 38 il x llflxs. Pl'n 41 ERWIA IANI' RUTH Lnrls Club 3 3 Band 31 38 39 0 Xogtl Muslc 38 39 1,l0YlG9Y' Staff Rl 'IH it HI LICHFR X oral Group 37 HFIFN POIIOFK Gulw Club 34 BI AIR ROI 1' RS C lNS'1l9lSUIt'l .31 Ires bootbmll '49 40 Blsketbdll 30 40 B nd 31 8 Student 101111011 ll C Pxoneeg bt ill FD QCHLAFLR LXGLIAIUAIOIW 34 38 39 One Act Plaxs 34 38 P F -X 'RJ IjI9Qld6Ilt RIFH XRD SFHI OSSI' R Football Student NIAHBHGI 38 Debate 38 39 One XQtPlf1S5 30 P tlub 40 Pioneer Staff llass Flaw 40 1 I ARK NCHNFIDI-ll pqy QHI f K rls A- T 1 ' . . ,X , . ' Y.. .61 H7 ' -,b,- 3 vl- .' ' 1 ' - -' g '40 X. , -I ' , . .' , 1 ' . 3 . A 5 I hr ' A ' ,'-- ' mf. - -"1 I '39 4 D I. 1' v 1 1 ,. . L ' , . 1 ' 1 ' H I ' -' "ao ' , r '40, ,... .3 ' HY -- , 3 ' ' 'ze '-111 EQOXIQQI'HStzlff-Etlgt31'5IE1xTgI1i9f igoard -40 A . A' I . ., 1 ' ,. Y- , J..-, ,K .40 ' ' . T l ' . f f .' l I Girls' Club '37 '38 ' S A ' ' '. , F I , , ' ' , , .' . I j , Y ' Gin" Fluh '37 '38 CLASS OF I 940 QTFVFN QKFFN FVELYN QCI-IRADFR Bqnd 37 Fntered 40 Xoval Mumc 40 NIKRION QORPNQLIN FLIIFR QTFFLF ,vlls Club 37 Pl-1Q.Sx Plqx 40 Xocdl Music' 37 38 30 K lo Klub 40 VARY QTRIFKI-R AYNF QI-IARP Nm al Nlu-nc 40 RITA TI-IONI KS Tl-IOWIAQ THONIPSOY Lntered 39 Ploneer Staff HILL XRD WN EBFR BFT'l Y WVII SOV B nd 37 38 39 40 "ew Club 38 39 Orghestra 38 39 40 Orchestra 37 Small Inktrumental Group 38 Crls Club 37 38 lx 0 Klub 39 X ICQ Prew 40 I lorneer Qtaff L A 4 n 4 Uv 1 K , I . 1 , , . , . . - - 1' A ' ' 1 A A L 1 4 A Fi-Q' Y '38 v ,,,, M- ' , . I I VY , . Entered '39 Class Play '39 ' I w -' . ' A I A . n A A A i V 4 4 ' An - a . . , , , , , , - . . V 1 . .- ' '39 1' " , ' ' '40 '-. F. F. A. " - .. ' " . . CLASS OF I 940 LILA NAN VVALTERS Orchestra '37 '38 '40 Girls' Club '37 '38 Small Vocal Group '38 '39 Pep Club '39 K-9 Klub '40 Girls' high vioce, rating of II. '40, National Regional Festival, Kan- sas City. DEANXE VYINGER Entered '38 Small Vocal Group '39 '40 Girls Club '38 ARG-YLL WVARE Vocal Music '37 '40 Football '40 G Club '40 DON YOCUM Football '40 Orchestra '37 '38 '39 '41 G Club '40 Class Plaw 40 Jl XNITA HIINIR Not Pictured Faculty Advzsers Fqwvxw wfsvsggffig 'ef va Nw-Q -ski isis: Sw af' ww ears Q S2335 'NIARGARET BLOCK IVAIN CHRISTIAN , . Y . - , . 1 -'fb N 'WV t : ga, .,.. Z . . , s-gi' 5 5.35 ' 1 aff , - 1- emor Glass gtzstory UR HIGH SCHOOL CAREER began ln 1936 when as green freshmen we entered thls school of hlgher knowledge much to the delight of the upper classmen who enjoyed tor mentmg us so much that lt fmally ended ln a freshmen 1n1t1at1on We elected as our sponsors Mlss Block and Mr Bayer who proved to be encouraglng and helpful when we had troubles w1th the perplexltles of Senlor Hlgh School We elected as our offlcers Edwm Amthor presldent Barbara Neeley vlce presldent Vlfglnla Lee Bott secretary and Blalr Rogers treasurer The outstandmg event of our freshmen year was the carmval dance sponsored by our class Thls dance proved to be a complete success and w1ll be a pleasant memory for many years to come Dur mg the year a May Festlval was held and two freshmen girls Polly Ponder and June Jones were selected to be attendants to the May Queen In our sophomore year MISS Block remamed as one of our sponsors whlle Mr Somers was elect ed to help her ThlS really proved to be qulte a 1ob That year the class offxcers elected were Presldent Polly Ponder vlce presldent Vernon Snocker secretary Martha Whltman and treas urer Robert Corcoran The two hlghhghts of th1s year were the hay rxde whlch proved to be a great success and a high school party that was enjoyed by everyone In our Junlor year Mlss Block and Mr Lyman helped to further our hlgh school 3CtlVltl8S and were a great a1d 1n tlme of need For mstance they asslsted 1n selectmg our class rlngs and put tmg on our never to be forgotten Junlor Semor banquet whlch seemed to us a perfect Nlght 1n Ven1ce Our 1un1or class play Hold Everythlng proved to be highly entertalmng we thought and start ed some of our hopefuls on thelr way to a dramatic career Many soclal events such as hayrldes several dances and plcnxcs provlded many good tlmes whlch w1ll always lmger ln the memorles of every boy and glrl graduate of G H S Our offzcers who served so faithfully throughout our thlrd year were Presldent Blalr Rogers ended another year ln the llV6S of the class of 1940 Here we are at last ln the last stage of our hlgh school days sponsored by our falthful Mlss Block and thlS txme asslsted by the capable Mr Chrlstlan Maybe they had some 1deas of seelng us thoroughly educated before we passed for the last tlme through the sacred portals of our beloved G H S We hope they are not dlsappolnted In thls eventful year the class officers were elected as follows Presldent Junlor Gentry VICC president Polly Ponder secretary Maxme Grant treasurer Russell Collms The G Club composed mostly of the male members of our class gave a b1g carmval and all school orgamzatlons helped them put lt over Skxts were held ln the audltorlum booths were also dxs trrbuted over the bulldlng to peddle thelr varxous wares for the event Wlth the money earned at thls gala occaslon the Bulldog flrst team enJoyed a trlp to Lmcoln to wltness an excltmg foot ball game between Oklahoma and Nebraska The annual Sadle Hawklns Dance was held March 20 of thls year and provlded much amusement for those attendmg About thls time the flrst G H S annual put out slnce 28 was well on lts way to the prmters After much hard labor and many sacrlflces on the part of the annual staff The Ploneer was publlshed In the mldst of all thls excltement there was also a senior play ln the maklng Mr Haynes our dramatic coach devoted much of hls tlme and advlce to help the senlors put on the best play ever to be glven ln Germg Hlgh School Fxrst MIIIIOH was the name of thls famed productlon w1th the cast made up of promlnent senlors And so we come to the end Many of us go on to further educatlon and 6451 many go to seek vocatlons m whatever fleld they choose during their hlgh X, school years Wherever they go whatever thev do may they all remem ber the happy hours spent ln G H S I ll I I ' 61 YY ' . 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W S Class of I 942 Key to Class Pastures -IUNIORS CLASS OF 4l FIRST ROW left to rrght Frank Adams Marre Allphrn Junror Allrson presrdent Alrce Schenbeck VICE presr dent Martha Ann Montgomery se retary Douglas Melcher treasurer Jack Barton Donald Bressler SECOND ROW left to rrght Clyde Burkey Carol Burrows Don Cardrff Robert Carey Bob Cawthra Helen Cooper John Cromer Betty Jane Cross THIRD ROW left to rrght Lrllran Dretrrch Lucrlle Drake Wayne Ellrott Robert Entrekm Wrlma Fleenor Helen Fowler Dale Fulton Elton Grbb FOURTH ROW left to rrght Donald Goldfarn B111 Grassmrck Walter Harvey Betty Hrner Fusaye Inouye Sterlmg Jones Emrl Jurgens Ruth Jean Krngrey FIFTH ROW left to rrght Elrzabeth Krenkle Bernard Kruse Bob Lamm Alma Lourse Leberman Bruce Lock hardt James Meeker Francrs Moore Shrrley Morrrson SIXTH ROW left to rrght Eloon Neeley Lyle O Bannon Vrvran Phrllrps Grace Pray Eleanor Redfreld Delmar Reeder Wrllram Rrckard Alrce Rogers SEVENTH ROW left to rrght Max Rubottom Frcrnklrn Sands Mrldred Sawyer Marjorre Schafer Irvrn Shu man Gladys Scoggan Cecrle Marre Seaton Ivelle Skeen EIGHTH ROW left to rrght Jack Sorensen Betty Tanner Margaret Trtchner Harry Thurman Norma Beth Wrlson Sherla Yarnell Jerold Young NOT PICTURED Vernon Snocker SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 42 FIRST ROW left to rrght June Allphrn Howard Allrson Tom Reeder presrdent Donna Hand vrce presrdent Jackre Lou May secretary Harry Srdenstrrcker treasurer Ann Anderson Margaret Andrews SECOND ROW left to rrght Charles Berg Delbert Black Betty Bouchard Betty Campbell Betty Crandall Clara Davrs Elrzabeth Davres Burton Drggrns THIRD ROW left to rrght Esther Ersenach Lors Engleman Edsel Evans Roserna Frrederrch Dale Gerrng Betty Grllam Helen Hamburg Wallace Harxey FOURTH ROW left to rrght Brll Hrll Ruth Hoff Bob Hudson Douglas Johnson Gladys Johnson Lurye John son Gladys Kaufman Hayes Krenkle FIFTH ROW left to rrght Gordon Lovell Bud Lovrtt Warren Lucas Delmar Mackrrll James McVay Grace Mackrrll Jrm Montgomery June Morrrson SIXTH ROW left to rrght Dale Myers Robert Ne1man Mary Newton John OBannon Gertre Olson Jrm ORourke Florence Osnes Marxrn Pattrson SEVENTH ROW left to rrght Vrrgrnra Ponder Alex Ray Wanda Reynolds Elsre Roth Esther Schreld Don Schlager Kenneth Schlrecher Gerhard Schmunk EIGHTH ROW left to rrght Eleanor Schnerder Lorrarne Schnerder Betty Shafer Hugo Sreler Harold Specht Don Snocker Hannah Strrcker Evelyn Thomas NINTH ROW left to rrght Jean Thurman Jeanette Thurman Phrllrp Thurman Davrd Wrnger Junror Vohland Arthur Ware NOT PICTURED Herman Gross Jennre Hart Cecrl Wrlson Rrchard Green FRESI-IMEN CLASS OF '43 FIRST ROW left to rrght Walter Amen Lors Bartow Howard Bott Jrm Knowles secretary Eldon Burkey presrdent Kenneth Helzer vrce presrdent Henry Schnerder treasurer Bud Brown Harlan Brown Joe Cawthra SECOND ROW left to rrght Blanche Cheney Shrrley Corcoran Al Coxon Bonnye Beth Cronrn Jrm Cross Donna Mae Denton Lors DeRock Alma Dretrrch Calvrn Dretrrch Lula Drake THIRD ROW left to rrght Bcnnre Ehrman Roberta Ehrman Lorrarne Ersenach Rernhold Ersenach Harry Fen nrng Albert Frsher Mrlton Frredley John Funk Irene Gersel Jack Gentry FOURTH ROW left to rrght Drck Goldfarn Dale Green Kerth Hampton Gertrude Harvey Ruth Hawbaker Brlly Hayes Carolrne Hermbuck Bob Hrghland Wynetta Houghtalrng Yaye Inouye FIFTH ROW left to rrght Manual Jerger Jane Johnson Albert Kautz Esther Krngrey Dwlght Layton Beth Leberman Bette Leonhardt Rose Leonhardt Drck Lrster Douglas Lovell SIXTH ROW left to rrght Loretta McKee Roland McK1nley John Meeker Harold Mersner Arlene Nevrlle Joyce Olson Genevreve Packwood Bernrce Pattyn Joe Perez Lloyd Pharaoh SEVENTH ROW left to rrght James Pyle Letha Pyle Dorothy Reeder Helen Rertz Wayne Reynolds Frances Rrngsby Mrckey Rogers Wrllard Ross Elarne Sawyer Martha Schaeffer EIGHTH ROW left to rrght Harold Schmrdt John Schmrdt Jr Lane Schenbeck Irene Schwab Emma Schwartz kopf Marybelle Scoggan Bette Se ger Leah Shuler Dorothy Smrth Bob Sorensen NINTH ROW left to rrght L ona Alwrnra Strlcker Clayton Swrm Jrm Tagader Marle Trllotson Phyllrs Trllot son Brlly Unzrcker Wauneta Unzrcker J1m Walrfrth Walter Weber Herman Wegelrn TENTH ROW left to rrght Frances Warden Jenelle Woods Lucrlle Young Esther Zrer Hrlda Zrtterkopf NOT PICTURED Rrchard Schrader J1m Fulton DoRe n Brodbeck l 9 7 ' 7 7 Y ' 7 - 1 1 N' 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' , l . , . . . . . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' 1 C 1 1 1 1 . 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Jim Knowles GG , , Max Rubottom GG Q SUBSTITUTES Russell Collins GG Junior Gentry G Blair Rogers GG Argyll Ware G Jack Barton GG Donald Bressler G Walter Harvey G Harry Thurman GG Gordon Lovell G -,-,,- 4- iii" .3 ,-,qfw Don Yocum G 1 cl E Above is a picture of the Gcring high school football squad Th and second rows are the first team men. Those in the white shuts are ant Coach Olmsted's crew of Bullpuppies from the junior high Coach Christian's Bullpups. or second string, are grouped with the fu st Front row, left to right: Jack Miller, Jack Barton, Don Biesslei Rogers, Jim Knowles, Ed Amthor. Jim Cawthra, Junior Allison Stan Russell Collins, Aryll Ware, William Detlefsen, Jack Long Delmar Max Rubottom, Bob Corcoran. Second row: Bob Cawthia lxan Cl assistant coach, Junior Gentry, Harry Thurman. Gordon Lox ell Walter 3 J 'H , A R . , vm, ll . -, it if K ' V A' . .49 aff: 1 L gk R Q , , .. if K g ..,, S l I ,A I . ug M if Tom Thompson Bill Gently Lyle OBannon Diiold Daxidson Frances Don Yocum Ca1lSeegei Elmer Steele Harold Gable Jack Sorensen opeland, head coach. Back row: John Olmsted, junior coach, Don ll. Roy Yaley, Dayton Sieler, Eddie McKee, Dick Goldfain. Loyal Court- b Sorensen. Jack Stevens, Burton Diggins, John Bailey, Bill Soren- Brown, Joc Cawthra, Roland McKinley, James McVay. Eldon Bur- Douglas Gilbaugh, Dale Martin, Bud Lovett, Doug Lovell, Doug John- Mick Rogers, Lyle Hall, Norman Orr. Frank Adams, Bobby Clouse. Q are 1959 Football The football season in Gering High School for 1939 turned out to be a fairly successful one. Of the ten scheduled games we won three, tied one, and lost six. We began the season with a new coach, Leland Copeland, from Sargent, Nebraska. New football suits were bought as an encouragement for the boys to play their best. One of the high-lights of the season was a spectacular seventy- five yard run by Junior Allison in the Gering-Scottsbluff game on Thanksgiving day. At the end of the season Bob Corcoran and Jack Long were elected as honorary co-captains. Robert Corcoran was mentioned for all-state guard. Ed Amthor, Stan Reeder and Bob Corcoran were mentioned on the all-west- ern team. Varsity awards were given to ten seniors, eight juniors, one soph- omore and one freshman. During the season, we had the opportunity of taking a trip to Lin- coln and seeing the University of Nebraska play football against Oklahoma. The trip was financed by a carn- ival, sponsored by the G Club and supervised by Mr. Lyman. A twenty-five dollar donation was also given to us by the Gering Chamber of Commerce. Gering Gering Gering Gering Gering Gering Gering Gering Gering Gering Scoreboard . , .. ...... G Minatare .... ,,,,. 1 4 Lyman .......... 29 Morrill 0 Alliance ,. . ,.,, ,.,, 7 Bridgeport . , ,.,. 0 Bayard ,. ..,. 6 Mitchell . , .,.,. 0 Kimball 6 York . 6 Scottsbluff THIRD ROW left to rlght J1m Montgomery Flank Adams Don Goldfam Dale Ger 1ng B111 Grassmlck Delmar MHCkf1ll Doug Johnson Jun1o1 Alllson Delmar Reeder Ass1stant Coach Ivan Chr1st1an SECOND ROW left to rlght Eldon Burkey Clyde Bu1key J1m Knowles Gordon Lovell Walter Harvey Junlor Elhott Coach Leland Copeland FIRST ROW left to rlght Blalr Rogers Junlor Gently Ed Amtho1 Bob Co1coran Jack Long Carl Seegar Max Rubottom Darold Davldson Francls Moore and B111 Gentry qdasketball I9 9 40 Ger1ng Germg Ger1ng Germg Germg Germg Germg Germg Germg Germg Germg Germg 1" Ger1ng Scoreboard Mlnatare Scottsbluff M1tchell Lyman Bayard Mmatare Brldgeport Alllance Morr1ll Mltchell Klmball Scottsbluff Chadron 'Tournament games ERING CAME THROUGH w1th a successful bas ketball season w1nn1ng e1ght of the fourteen games played The squad composed of elght sen1o1s three Jumors and one sophomore scored 332 pclnts to the1r opponents 299 The h1gh po1nt man of the season was Ed Amthor who scored 119 of h1s team s po1nts Darold Davldson played more than any other member of the squad wlth a total of 48 quarters Probably the most exc1t1ng game of the season was the M1tchell game The lead changed hands several txmes dur1ng the game but the flnal score read Germg 27 M1tche11 25 We suffered only one loss on our home court and that was Scottsbluff by a score of 22 to 16 At the close of the season the boys elected Darold Davld son and Bob Corcoran as honorary co capta1ns C-Startzng gave DAVIDSON GUARD CAWTHRA GUARD MOORE FORWARD GENTRY FORWARD AMTHOR CENTFR ' , ' 1 . 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JACK LOING KGuardl Staller Long BOB CORCORAN GGG CGuard5 Dead Eye Corcoran BILL GENTRY G fGuardl Sure Foot Gently MAX RUBOTTOM G CFo1wardJ Nex 61 M1ss Rubottom BLAIR ROGERS GG fForwa1dJ Scrappy Rogers DAROLD DAVIDSON GG CGuarClJ Faker Dave HARRY THURMAN G CCenterJ Hot Foot Thurman JUNIOR GENTRY GG IForwardJ Drlbbllng Flash Gentry ED AMTHOR GGGG fForvx ardb Net Svusher Amthor FRANCIS MOORE GG CCenterb Follow In Moore JAMES CAWTHRA GG CGuardJ Old Faxthful Cawthra :z i BACK ROW left to rlght Polly Ann Ponder Junlor Gentry Edwm Arnthor Stanley Reeder B111 Gentry Clyde Burkey Mrs McHenry FRONT ROW left to rlght Helen Fowler Irene Pray Mafune G1 ant Barbara Neeley ll all Robert Corcoran Don Goldfam atzonal Flonor Soczety OFFICERS Flrst Semester OFFICERS Second Semester Presldent Stanley Reeder Pres1dent Barbara Neeley Secretary Barbara Neeley Secretary Maxlne Grant Sponsor Mrs McHenry ERING HIGH was granted a charter for the N3t10Hal Honor SOC16ty 1n 1926 One hundred and two are now members of Gerlngs chapter The members must be ln the upper thlrd of thelr class and are chosen by the faculty as the best exponents of the followlng vlrtues Scholarshlp SCFVICC, Character, and Leadershlp The emblem of the SOC16ty IS the key stone and the flamlng torch The key stone lHdlC3teS that the structure of educatlon IS held flrm by the four vlrtues for whxch they are chosen The flam xng torch IS symbollc of the llght of truth The colors are blue and gold, blue standmg for truth, and gold for the lxght of the torch of learn mg ' X 'ull llluullllllllllllll llllh, 9 ' ,, ..pu1uv'llll1l' 1llnul11" THIRD ROW left to r1ght MHXIHG Grant Norma Beth W11son Mrs McHenry Jlmmy Knowles Roberta Ehrman Bonn1e Ehrman Franc1s Warden Kenneth Ph1ll1ps Vlfglnla Lee Bott Howard All1son SECOND ROW left to rlght Royce Anderson Don Snocker Delmar Reeder Franc1s Moore Max Rubottom B111 Gentry Ersel Evans Gene Lusche1 Elwood Amen FIRST ROW left to rlght Bla1r Rogers Jun1or Gentry Barbara Neeley EdW1H Am thor Robert Corcoran Helen Fowler Polly Ann Ponder tudent Gounczl OFFICERS ACTIVITIES BOARD Barbara Neeley Cha1rman Bla1r Rogers V1ce P1es1dent Robert Corcoran Jumor Gentry Pres1dent Edw1n Amthor Secretary Polly Ann Ponder 9 SPONSORS Mrs McHenry Mr Taylor News Reporter V1rg1n1a Lee Bott MI' SDGHCB Parl1amentar1an Ersel Evans HE FIRST STUDENT COUNCIL of Ger1ng Hlgh School was establ1shed ln the fall of 1936 Noth1ng had been done prev1ously to organlze a Student Counc1l1n Ger1ng The f1rstrepresentat1on was entlrely by vote of classes and Wlfh the asslstance of Mrs McHenry and Mr Ruppel the Const1tut1on was formed and put 1nto effect In the second year the progxam was extended and developed lNew plans were studled and dxscussed The Counc1l had establ1shed 1tself as an eff1c1ent governmg body In 1938 a general re organ1zat1on of the Cc-nst1tut1on was brought about The pres1dent was now elected by the student body also three Act1v1ty Board members were chosen by popular vote Our Counc1l gave t1me1y 8dV1Ce to the Scottsbluff Student Counc1l WhlCh was Just begmmng to take form They also 1mproved dlfferent phases of the1r own procedures Dur1ng the fourth year of 1ts exlstence the changes enacted 1n 1938 took effect Edwln Amthor 1S ln charge of the now greatly 1mproved Student Counc1l They have 1eg1Sl3t1V6 power concernmg the aCt1Vlt1eS of students whrle the execut1ve power lS reta1ned by the Adm1n1strat1on The purpose of th1s representat1ve student group group 1S to prov1de means of expresslon from the student body 1n governlng thelr school also to enable the Counc1l and faculty to better understand the common problems of the students 1n Ger1ng Hlgh School All regularly enrolled students are el1g1ble for membersh1p and the total of th1s membersh1p 1S now twenty seven We have both Sen10r and JUHIOT h1gh represented Two students come from the seventh grade two from the e1ghth four from the n1nth four from the tenth f1Ve JUHIOFS and SIX sen1ors not 1nclud1ng the spec1a1 members namely the pres1dent and the three aCt1V1ty board members 1 ' Z . . Y . I 7 l 7 -. - A D . 7 Y . 7 5 I , . Y : l 3 3 . 7 Y 7 7 ' 7 ' , ' 5 Y , , ' 7 ! ! ' Q 3 . . Treasurer ..........,..,,,,,,,....,,.,rr,r.....,. Helen Fowler E "-.:: . Y ' ' . ., . . . . ' ' , - . . . . . . 9 - ' , . , . ' 1 Y , - - . . l . . . . . 1 . , . y . , , . y , , Y 1 ' THIRD ROW left to llght Darold Daudson Edvun Am hor Stanley Reeder Maxlne Grant Betty Wllson Ilene P1ay Elma Jane Roth SECOND ROW left to r1,,ht Bla1 ROQSIS Rlchald Schlossel Robelt Corcoran Mar garet Block Ba1ba1a Neeley V1rg1n1a Bott Thomas Thompson June Jones Faye Long FIRST ROW left to ught JUHIOI Gentry Polly Pondel James Cavs thla Paul Gross ffosfee fifzfmual taf EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT INIANAGER ADMINISTRATION CO EDITORS CLASS CO EDITORS ACTIVITIES CO EDITORS PHOTOGRAPHY CO EDITORS ATHLETICS CO EDITORS ART EDITOR ASSOCIATE ART EDITOR ASSOCIATE ART EDITOR ASSOCIATE ART EDITOR FACULTY ADVISER STANLEY REEDER BARBARA NEELEY ROBERT CORCORAN JAMES CAWTHRA PAUL GROSS ERMA JANE ROTH IRENE PRAY MAXINE GRANT BETTY WILSON POLLY PONDER RICHARD SCHLOSSER BLAIR ROGERS EDWIN AMTHOR DAROLD DAVIDSON VIRGINIA LEE BOTT THOMAS THOMPSON FAYE LONG JUNE JONES MARGARET BLOCK E HAD BEEN TOLD SINCE FRESHMEN DAYS that the ploductlon of an annual was lmposslble We feel that We haxe accompllshed the 1mposs1ble tx I Et Ours IS the f1rst yearbook slnce 28 and the fnst lndependent publlcatxon I ,V 'H 'f of any klnd slnce 30 What we have accompllshed has been made pOSSlb16 by close co operatxon of the 1Hd1Xldl13I staff members and the expeuenced gu1dance of our faculty adv1ser Q I JUNIOR GENTRY . . ' 7 . . . . H 1 I 1' . . - , . - - - wall ' , I ' , 7 I I I , ' Q ff C an - . , 'I 7. N. , -:QI l f FOURTH ROW left to r1ght Harlan B own Kenne h Sch1e1che1 John Crome Lloyd Pharaoh Harold MCISHEF Re1nho1d E1senach John Funk Calvm DE1tT1Ch John Schmldt Manual Jerger THIRD ROW left to r1ght Jerold Young Alex Ray Jun1o1 Vohland Dale Gerlng Herman Wegel1n Cec1l Wllson W1l1ard Ross Lane Schenbeck Bob Hudson SECOND ROW left to r1ght Ke1th Hampton Bernard Kluse Bruce Lockhart Bob Lamm J1m Knowles Delmar Mackr1ll Douglas Johnson Clyde Burkey Vernon Snocker Douglas Melcher Hunter Spence FIRST ROW left to Flght M1llard Weber Howard Alllson B111 Grassm1ck Edward Schlager Franc1s Moore Harold Specht Donald SChl3g9l Henry Schne1der NOT IN PICTURE Harry S1denstr1cker Arch1e Huffman James McVay Hally Thur man Hayes Krenkle Charles N1chols 7573! HE FUTURF FARMERS OF AMERICA IS the nat1on'11 o1gan1zat1on of farm boys study1ng vocatlonal agrlculture 1n the DUDIIC h1gh schools throughout the Un1ted States Every state and many terr1tor1es have organlzed under the nat1ona1 set up Most h1gh school wocatmnal agr1culture departments have organlzed local chapters The colors of the nat1ona1 organ1zat1on are gold and nat1ona1 blue The Ger1ng Chapter of Future Farmers of Amer1ca was orgamzed 1n the fall of 1938 The f1rs off1cers were Pres1dent Ne11All1son VICG pres1dent MSIVID Ehrman secretary Jack Barton treasurer Chalmers Cromer re porter Harry Thurman watch dog Eugene Walters That year the chapter organ1zed a basketball team Wh1Ch lost two games out of the s1x that lt played wlth other chapters Members of the local chapter entered d1str1ct and state Judgmg contests wmnmff twenty two awards 1nclud1ng the f1rst team award ID the d1str1ct 1lVBStOCk Judgmg contest held at S1dney A father and son banquet sponsored by the local chapter and prepared by the local h1gh school homemak1ng department was held IH May In addltlO1'1 to fathers the local board of educa t1on and members of the Ger1ng LIODS Club were guests The program was presented by the boys themselves An F F A Homemak1ng DICDIC was held 1n the Wlld Cat H1115 the follow1ng evemng Twenty e1ght members engoyed a four day outmg 1n the h1gh mountalns of Colorado 111 early August The year of 1939 40 followed much the same pattern as the prev1ous one ThlS ve'11 the 1oc'1l chapter basket ball team won all ten of the games that It played Torrmgton Klmball and S1dnev were the VICUHIS The chap ter entered local and state 1udg1ng contests w1nn1ng the same number of awards as last yea1 twenty two N flrst place awards however were won by Ger1ng A Un1on P3C1f1C Sfholafshlp to the College of Agr1culture 1n L1ncoln came to the local department B111 Grassmlck was the w1nner The second annual parent son banquet was held 1n the new gymn'1s1um Aplll 28 Wlth the F A A Homemak 1ng PICHIC the next day The LIOHS Club of Germg were SDQCIHI guests They 1n tu1n enterta1ned the local chapter at a program and banquet the followmg week The f1rst two years of l1fe of the local chapter have seen much act1v1ty It 1S the s1ncere wush of the group to gulde th1s 8CtlVlty 1n the future so that lt may be of as much xalue as poss1ble to Ger1ng H1gh School and the communlty Wh1Ch lt serves OFFICES FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Presldent Edward Schlager B111 G13SSI'!'11Ck V1ce Presldent M1llard Weber Edward Schlage1 Secretary B111 Grassm1ck M1llard Weber Treasurer Charles N1chols Howard Alllson Reporter Howard Al11son Donald Schlage1 Watch Dog Donald Schlager Franc1s Moore Advlser Hunter Spence Hunter Spence sh, ' . .. 1 ' . 2. 1 - 1 1 ' 1 11 1 1 1 1 - 1 , . 1 - 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - , 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 0 0 0 4 I Q ' ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' . 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THIRD ROW left to 11ght June lVlOlllSOD Rose1n1 Fll9d6llLl1 Betty Sh 1fe1 Donn1 xx 3 H1nd June Jones L1la N1n W1lte1s Faye Lrng M111on Solensen Beth DIXIS SECOND ROW left to llght J lCkl6 Lou M 1y M 1113119 SLh1fe1 Betty C1 1nd1ll M ll -,,,X' fx sy galet And1ews Luulle D1'1ltL Betty J1ne CIUSS Wt FIRST ROW left to llght Mutha Ann M0nt2orne1y Polly Ann Pondel Ba1b11a " Tk Neelev VIIUIDII Lee Bott M1x1ne C1 INT Helen Foxxlex fx 9 Klub N THE FALL OF THE YEAR 1t xx 1s thoueht adusable to 16OIgdD1Z6 the Pep Club The 1esult was the pres ent K 9 o1gan1z'1t1on vxhlgh has as 1ts pu1pose the cheettul and loyal suppmt of L1e11ng H1gh School aLt1x1t1es 1nd the c1eat1on of a bette1 SQlllt of spc11tsm1nsh1p and tellowslnp among the student body a xote ot then 1esbe ne clas es rn 1nb s 1 e ele ted annually f1om the tenth elex enth and twelfth glades K s haxe charge of all pre game I3lllES attend football and basketball games ID a body and sponsor an an nual football banquet Th1s year 1n addmon they took attue pa1t 1n promotlng the ca1n1x al sponso1ed by thf G Club Du11ng ba lt tb1ll se1son th g oup p1esented f'JLll tolorful d11lls as entertamment at home games 1 Nec NI11tl11. 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W lx 9 ""'l' FOURTH ROW left to rlght J1m Knowles Coach Leland Copeland Wrlham Taylor S1135 Lyman Ivan Chrxstlan Ray Ruppel John Olmsted Rxchard Schlosser Don ald Bressler THIRD ROW left to rlght Bob Cawthra Carl Seeger Delmar Mackrlll Jack Barton Darold Davldson Don Yocum Vernon Snocker Blll Gentry SECOND ROW left to r1ght Francls Moore Gordon Lovell Walter Harvey Bob Cor coran B111 Detlefsen Max Rubottom Stanley Reeder FIRST ROW left to rlght Delmar Reeder Blalr Rogers Jun1or Alhson Ed Amthor Jun1or Gentry Russell Coll1ns Jack Long NOT PICTURED James Cawthra Harry Thurman Charles Nxchols G Club SPONSORS HOXORARY 'VIF'4lNIBl'RS Leland Copeland WV1ll1am Taylor Sllas Lyman Ivan Chrlstlan Rav Ruppel Iohn Olmsted CHARTER MEMBERS Ldwm Amthor Pres Kelth Lowell J G t V P J C th Robert Corcoran VVll11am Detlefsen Blair Rogers Max Rubottom Jimmy Knowles Russell Collms Treas Richard Schlosser fharles Nlchols HE GERING HIGH SCHOOL G CLUB was orgamzed m the fall of 1939 Sllas N Lyman was selected as sponsor and Leland Copeland Ray Ruppel Ivan Chr1st1an John Olmsted and W1ll1am Taylor as co sponsors The purpose of the G Club IS servlce and also the promotlon of 8th18t1CS ln Gerlng Hlgh School In order that a boy mrght become a member he must letter one year 1n any of the athlet1cs The major event of the year was to sponsor a carmval The proflts went toward sendlng the football team and G Club members to Lmcoln Nebraska to see a college football game Oklahoma vs Nebraska The pur pose of the tr1p was to encourage greater part1c1pat1on 1n football and G Club act1v1t1es for coming years Dur mg the year the Club also helped sponsor two rural school basketball tournaments a Class C D1str1ct Tourn ament and a Jun1or H1gh Track Meet As a grand f1na1e the club members gave the K 9 Klub a sprlng dance We s1ncere1y beheve the G Club IS an 1nterest1ng and worthwhlle project and we are confldent of 1ts progressxon 1n years to come . l . , . . I 1 i -U y , v 7 7 7 7 Y - 7 7 9 ' I , 2 , , , - ! 1 Y ' 7 7 ' I , , . I lv . 'I - ,- - v , . unior en ry, ice res. ames aw ra Stanley Reeder Harry Thurman S t , . . , ,. 7 ! 7 7 . . ' , . ' D 7 J s . - Q I 9 . O ' y ' ' . . BACK ROW, left to right: Friederich. Davis, Pray, W. Harvey, B. Leberman, G. Harvey. D. Goldfain, Sorensen. Drake, Mackrill. FOURTH ROW, left to right: Heiss, Carey, S. Morrison, M. Titchener, Dean, Cheney, W. Weber. Schmunk, Evans, Allison, Walrath, S. Melcher, Coxon, Morgan, Luschei, Sieler, Anderson. THIRD ROW, left to right: O'Rourke, Rubottom, Packwood, Hiner, Roth, May, Winger, Gibb. Goldfain, Lock- hart, Ferguson, J. Morrison, B. Harvey, Lawson. SECOND ROW, left to right: M. Weber, D. Melcher, R. Neiman, M. Neiman, Yarnall, Grassmick, Leonard, Lins- berg, Davis. FRONT ROW, left to right: Ponder, Roth, P. Titchener, Jones, Neeley. STANDING: Jent, conductor: Long, Elliott. Instrumental flfusic HE GERING HIGH SCHOOL maintains three instrumental music organizations: The Concert Band, Con- cert Orchestra, and Second Band. Places in all these organizations are determined on a competitive basis, and chair positions within the sections of the band and orchestra are determined by challenges. Besides these larger organizations, the instrumental music department offers beginning classes in band and string instruments. Members of band and orchestra are encouraged to participate in chamber music ensembles such as the brass quartet, clarinet quartet and string quartet. Various first chair men in band and orchestra are encour- aged to maintain a repertoire of solos for their respective instruments. The Second Band serves as a training school for the Concert Band and offers a musical opportunity to those who cannot achieve the standing of the Concert Band. The Concert Band is composed of selected musicians, organized for the purpose of studying and performing the higher types of music. In addition to numerous appearances in school assemblies, for various civic occasion, parades, basketball games, the Concert Band play a series of concerts for the public each year. The high school instrumental music department is building toward varied and rather complete school-owned instrumental equipment, Besides owning a representative number of the more expensive and unusual instru- ments, the department lends instruments for a limited length of time to those wishing to take up music for the first time. The band was equipped with full uniforms for the first time this year through the initiative and assistance of the lx Q newly organrzed Band Parents Club The l1b1 arv rncludes a varred collettron of band and orchestra musrc These facrlrtres provrde an unusual opportunrty for students who desrre to pursue musrc studres along Wlth other hrgh school work Members of the Concert Band and Concert Orchestra, who have successfully completed '1 year s work 116 elrgrble and entrtled to wear the varslty band and orchestra letter The orchestra IS composed of students more rnterested rn strrng rnstruments and of the frrst chalr wrnd and per cussron rnstruments from the band Besrdes furnrshrng musrc for plays and other 8Ct1V1t16S requrrrng musrcal rn terludes, the orchestra marntarns rtself chrefly as a concert orgamzatron and plays almost entrrely the hrgher types of CIHSSICHI musrc I ollx XIIYI I 01111111 P1 esrdent hene Nlmg rn X ll e l'11s1dent Imuglrs. 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HAGGI HIS JXNIFS t -XWTHR-X nevs spaper reporter NIR XI Q ATRAL ST YN Rl If DLP tough G mln and Income tax collector PHI DOL TOR DON XOCI NI quarantlnes f3.ITllIW with measles NIR N11 XX RICH XRD SC HLOSSER representatlw of Oatles Breakfast Food Co Nli DINN IIMFH STFPII of XII1'1Igrl.l1IZ1I9lI International Bathtub Co IJIRI I TOR II H HHXYNI S SI' UN SUHS III XRGARI I BI Oi lx IN XX I HRISTIAX X IH i XI I NHBRD HIS HIGHLY HUMOROUS ENGLISH PLAY centels about a ghost wh1ch 1S not the usual welrd, n canny klnd Rather he beglns spoutmg Amerlcan slang at the most unexpected tlmes H IS really Lord Cantervllle bankrupt who dlsgulses h1mself as the ghost of hls ancestor, Su' S1mon, of the 17th century The Ot1s famlly who has rented the Cantervllle castle, IS derlslvely skeptlcal of the ghost But the skeptlclsm IS short l1ved when the daughte1, Vlfglnla, begms a dehghtful ro mance wlth the ghost The dlffl cultxcs of the love affalr are num erous because of the 1mp1sh Ot1s IWIHS who are constantly throw lng a monkey wrench 1nto the works even 1n the Splflt world They are not afrald of the ghost' F1nally S1r Slmon IS allowed to JOIH h1S ancestors and V1rg1n1a has her romance amor Glass Qlay HIS IS A HUMOROUS STORY of an average Amerlcan fam1ly by the name of Hassenpfeffer The members of the famlly are hxghly amb1t1ous, the father want mg to be the leader of a sw1ng band and the mother and son wantmg a radlo station The mother also wants to wrlte gr1p plng mystery tales Mr Hassenpfeffer owes S149 1n come tax In order to pay th1s he enters a puzzle contest sponsored by the OHIICS Breakfast Food Com pany The w1nner 1S to recelve a 51000000 pr1ze Mr Hassen pfeffer, although makmg one er lor, t1es for f1rst place The sad part of It IS that there IS not only one wlnner but 1 000 000 wlnners each recelvmg one dollar Grandma saves the day by sellmg her reclpe for plCkIe brme to the Amalgamated Internatmnal Bath tub COIDOFHIIOH for 551000000 Grandma then vamps away the tough G man, and the young daughter consents to marry the leporter Saturday Evenmg Ghost December 15 1939 CAST ill AIN Fl N IM lx BAIVION I xoung IIIEIISII mu SIR SIVIUIN Dulx Blil SSI If R hls llth century ghost MR HIRAVI OTIS BIII GRASSMIPK an Arnerlcan manufacturer LL PRI' PIA HPI I+ IN FOYVIIER hls xufe X IRGINIA I II I I IN DIPTRICH thelr daughter SONWX BRAYKIIIN SANDS boy about twelxe PPT MARTHA XNIX MONITGOMPR1 hls tvun 'slstex MRS INIINLH C RAPF PRAX L house-keepmr LORD ARC HIBAI D DON G01 DFAIIN who Ines next door IJIRI LTOR H H HAI NI S SPON SURE Il' S VI III IANI 'IAX I OR A1 THUR TOM TAGG KRI Based on stun In Oscar Wllde 'I' -I' O Ju... .. .1 1 ...ni .............................1I.1.... 1 I.. .....,', I . 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Not Smgers Would Dlsney be Su1 pused' Romeo Teetotalel s Dnsectors Tough' Granny 81: Daughter The Blats Horace 'Vhs Hassenpfeffer Vlr Munn Ella May A1 Cupxdq Lxttle Jrs Play Mr Dunn M1ghty Semors Play The Ot1S Fam11y She Fell for a Ghost Seven Dwarfs Count Doc em W1nte1 Sunset Guess Whoseo The Hassenpfeffer Famlly Lookout Hollywoo 3 qylfamazfzcs and Speech HIS YEAR IN VIEW OF THE FACT that one act plays conslstlng of one SGTIQS l1m1ted paxtlclpatxon IH dramatlcs It seemed WISE to have a senes of three one act plays so that the students would have a greater opportumty to appcar behlnd the footllghts The flrst of these SCTIGS of three one acts were presented Nox ember 23 The plays glven were The Rector cast Daud Wlnger L1ll1an D1etr1ch Margaret Andlevws Grace Pray Mar1or1e Shafer Irene Pray and Jeanne Carey Merry WIXQS of Boredom cast Rosuna Frlederlch Mary Strlcker Norma Beth WIISOH Jackle Lou May V1rg1n1a Lee Bott Allce Schenbeck Max 1ne Glant Betty Bouchard Carl Seeger The Elopement cast Ceclle Marle Seaton Martha Ann Montgomery Flanklm Sands Donald Bressler Fc bruary 9 the second serles of one acts was glven These were The Cent cast Paul Gross Franklln Sands Grandma Pulls thc Strlng cast Cecll Marie Seaton Peggy Txtchnex Mar tha Ann Montgomery Lorralne Elllott Helen Fowler Donald Brtssler Stranger Than F1ct1on cast Charles Nlchols Clyde Burkey Bette Gxllam The contest plav chosen was Wmter Sunset The charactels ww ere Irene P1 av, B1ll Grassmlck, Vernon Snocker and Helen Fowler The play was rated as "good" at the d1str1ct play festxval held ln the hlgh school audltorlum Aprll 6 Irene Pray, who plaved the part of an old woman, re C6lVCd honorable mentlon as second best actress of the festlval Four people represented Gerlng at the Slxth Dlstrlct Declamatoly Contest at Bayald Norma Beth Wllson recelved a ratmg of "excellent" for her oratxon, Maxlne Grant recexved a "good" for an or1g1nal oratxon, MZFIOTIQ' Shafel was g1ven "excellent" for a dramatlc readmg, and Cecll Marle Seaton recelx ed a ratlng of "excellent" for a humorous read1ng 0 - i . . . x . . 9 9 ' 9 ' . . . . . . 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