Gibbon High School - Buffalo Yearbook (Gibbon, NE)

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FOREVORD Mo, the Seniors of 1946 ro to t ke our pl cos Ln o world of poxce But flrst xo must p ss throurh a nation c llod 'Tho United St tosu Q n tlon bro do rlchor more vmricd, and of such bc uty, xords c nrot do cribo hor hs we journey throufh thl country we wfll strivo wlth our hcttor gudgrcnt, lncr sod Ynowl A nd 1 I ovod p TSOHW1lt1 s to kc p h r, not S h ls, hut d flnltr upw rd trohd co.mun1ty, st tu nd n tion T IS knowl 0 A r d our olv ln the hofo ln the school tronfth of th n tlOU, th wlsdor of t c t worth of tho cowrunlty 15 dot rrlnrd by th lHd1V1 lo ls who omprls t '--4fy,f?""' " u . , 1 '1 ' 1 4 'v' J f x ' rr w -, fx ' , A 1' ' me 4 Lu A N., 0 , Q 1 1 -2 v 1 . S l 'S , - l , ' ' M ul X ' c.f', ..'. g 'm- or ' o W ' ', Ao Q 3 5 Q ' U on M Q '.' E 1 W. , To do this we must hfvc knowlcdzo of oursolvms, howl, ,vm .' , , 1 A 1 . h' 'g.io is nooui o for so QS ' 4' ghd ' . . Tho s 1 5 Q F ' . o ' . hr s oto, ind 1 4,1 A. .ll . . ' Q .4. ,Ex I . A - g'. 'U C . 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I 'xx 1 N "s -- 1 I "" j- " 'Z X- , .' 1 I, x ,.-'xx ilrxsxwh ,ex ,X I . f,7 , v -M ,, 1 -5 X I I 'If' , ' Av A A I x V ' XL , 7 V X 7' ' N ' --Qc A f , ' U I -W. x 1, '---.NX f.,f 'xv-' 1 . ax 3x ,X a X 'xx NK -.tk xx, '3, J, f I ' ML kmmnn JK' 5.1 W me fx K Nineteen thirty-four was a big year for the world for several reasons. At that time, we find . Nebraska was suffering from a terrible drought, Mr. Shafer took the Wdrastic stepn ymarriagel, and the shining class of 1946 started to school Our bright be lnners were Roberta Asher, Wllmer Asher, Johnny Brog r, Charlotte Cook, Glen DeBr1e, John DeBr1e, ElO1SG Donaldson, Roy Glnther, Earl Graves, By ron Harvey, Donald Kneher, Kenneth Kneher, Dean Nutter, Mary Jane Nutter, Kcnncth Outhouse, Thena Page, M8IV1n Page, Jean Pool, Shlrlcy Scott, Bobby Vohland, Stanley Wilcox, Mark Wilklt, Rex Will1amS, and Loulse Wolfe During our pleasant gr de school days, we had as instructors Mlsses Og1lv1e, Woolworth, Adams, Brooks, Mercer, Johnson, Ashby, and W1ttgow We engoyed our grade school but wer anxlous to advance to high school Our thrrller year as freshmen was most engoyable Only B pupils from prevlous years were eresent, but we gamned 18 These included Marle Bolin, James Chramnsta, Johnny Day, Roger Powell, Vrrgine Deets, Paul Frink, Melvln Fuller, Bud Olson, Lenard Peders n, LaMoine Plautz, Velma Rlley Leonard Soucie, Eleanor Stall, Ruth Stenohjem, Dale wrlcox, Bob Willard, and Glen Zwink 'e suffer d as most freshmen do, by being called 'green , dumb , and such names, but we took it good naturedly and had lots of fun t p rtlcs and other 80- t1v1tics Class officers were Pr sid nt, Rex Willlams, Secretary Treasurer, Glen Zwlnk Our Sophomore VP r start d vrth a bang' KFortun ately, no one w hurt I Je felt qulte frown up by then grades had loekcf an us the prevlous year Merle Bo in was pr Q1 l J Gr vcs, vice pres1dent, and Ruth Stenehj erct ry tr asurer Mrs Dlf fenbaugh was our onsor th t We planned a hay rlde which was to b P ld lov ly roonlrght night, but the wlnd w s blO11HQ nd, con lent y we ha a Wreck r1de' mlnus the h y I NAP' 5 I I 38 1 ' n Am ' p . . . e t O C 1 . . . . G ' I . ' X 4 . . ' N' . ' .q A ' ' A ' C 3 W. , B. HT O . TH 5 9 ,J N N N , L '1 3 . I- ' -. . 1 w x: C C . ' 1 1 . 1 ' . 2 3,22 me 1' , - ' ... J Q Xu' 1 . ' because we could new link down on the Freshmen as other -- .1 f 'I P ' f , ' 1 e-'dcnt, L r ay 1 1 - ' em was se e a f- e - . Q ' - . Sp fi ye 31' , - e ne on 2 - e .. ' u a vv. 0 3 an x SM351 .x 1 , d . aan . l 'N 4-A O .---., .. , .'1'!W5'!Ai4l "l' Lucklly, we all survlved and jogged happlly 1nto grade ll We got our f1TSC touch of belng actors and actresses by presenting the thrlller diller klller my stery comedy play 'T1ger House' It was a huge sue cess therefore, many of us got parts in the operetta, 'The Marrlage of Nanette W A Dutch tr me was the set tlng of the annu l Junior Senlor Banquet held 1B the High School td ornum Everyone truly had a real Dutch Treat O fre rs this year were Ruth Steneh gem, presldent R X fllliGmS, Vlce Pres1dent James Chramosta, Secretary Treasurer At last the happy day arrived' We had finally reached the top rung of the ladder as Seniors We found that we had 15 puplls They were Dorothy Jean Bauer, Marie Bolin, Jame Chramosta, Virglne Deets, Elolse Donaldson, Earl Jay Graves, Lorln Hartmann, Lenard Pedersen, L Moine Plautz,Velma Rlley, Ruth Sten ehgem Eleanor Stall, Stanley Wllcox, Rex W1ll1ams, and Glen Zwlnk President was Glen ZWIHX, Vice Presrdent, Eleanor Stall Secretary Treasurer, Marie Bolln We entered wholeheartedly 1n all 8Ct1Vlti6S tures Our play nBogeymanN went over as one of the big gest productions from Gibbon High School We thoroughly engoyed the beautiful Hawalian Ban quet 81V n us by the Junior Class It was held 1n the Hlgh School Audltorlum, May 3 The t1me went fast and before we knew it, the an nuals w re flnally ready We found that there was lots of work to them, but the experlence and en3oyment we recelved from worklng on them was well worth tre time and effort We looked forward to sneak day and the Junior Senior Hunt, and d covered they were more fun than we had anticlpatcd The most ou xg features of our last year of hlgh school were H tnllaureate, Honor Night, and Com mencement Our class of flfteen lS perhaps the smallest the hlstory of Glbbon Hlgh, but wlth our motto 'What worth dolng at all, is worth dO1Qg welln in mind, will strive to make thi rapld r vwng age duly proud of us. v 9 ' 0 .,, , 1 S 1 - ' ' . o .ID " . 18 - . . A' it,.1 . IV n 4- 1-' sp, . ,, g ln.. .- 0 . . , A U. . . - . , . , - . , 3 ' Q C 0 J 5 , . I S . a ' - - , n a 0 ' " I ' - ' ' ' . We received our rings, name cards, announcements, and pic- I Q 1 . 5 . Q I PT' C I . . I e ' ' . I ' A ' 1 ' 0 .is 'J N . A . tstQwdi'- . l D .-L".,1- . c C '- O ' 1. . I A O . J 0 - 1 . ' we S . mi? 1. - AJ My! We, the Seniors of 1946, being of abnormally sound mind and body do hereby will and bequeath to those who haltingly fol ow us, all pieces of furniture which are too big for us to carry out in the daylight, The Seniors, as a class, will the Annual to the Juniors, expecting then to age visibly during its publi cation Quote, WIt's a great life if you don't weaken H We lagnanimously will our many talents Claugh here? to all classes following us and hope they use them to Hbring home the baconu Of course,since we have such outstanding individual personalities, we felt it our duty to give each a chance to dispose of something which is of a sentimental value to him Virgina Deets wills her ability to take corners on two wheels to MT Beckmann so that he won't have to slow down at the corners in Kearney Glen Zwink wills his dignified manner as class pres ticing he'll attain some dignity by th n Earl J Graves wills his ability to talk teachers into letting him out of class to Marilyn Kirk We real ly had no reason for willing that to anybody, but we wanted to get her name in here someplace Marie Bolin wills her position as majorette to Dick Perry, so the girls in the back won't have the excuse they cou1dn't see the majorette, Oh, well, the girls can march in a conga rhythm Rex Williams is anxious tc will to any lower class man the chance of future visits from the Sheriff Eleanor Stall bequeaths Marcia Gangwish to any girl that can keep up the Gossip Column. Velma Riley wills Merlin Schmidt to Jerene Faber We hear that opposites attract Lalolne Plautz wills his constant attendance at school to Billy luxil, who is sure to follow laUo1ne'a ident to Wally Buchanan. Maybe ifA Wally starts prac fine example. Lenard Hwith the Force of a Ratternng Ramu Pedersen wills his entrancing dimples tc DIHCUH McGregor, ou! freshman playboy James Chramosta leaves his high rating in the Liars Club to HGeorge Washingtonu Weller Dorothy Jean Bauer wills her position as office girl to Vernon Hawke, to save Mr Shafer the trouble of always having to call him in Ruth Stenehjem wills her 'True Romance'to Colling's Drug Store in case their supply runs out Lorin Hartmann wills his silence to Bob Howell At least it won't do any harm to try Stanley Wilcox wills his position as guard on the squad and his No 7 basketball jersey to anybody who promises to keep his reputation for fouling out in 2 out of 39 games Eloise Donaldson wills her musical ability, poise and stage presence to Elton Weston, who can make his presence felt even if not seen XJ V ' 'T sr e 4 .ESL 2 "' ev l ,Q sity X Ml? fr N. , t fx d "1 fx Y 3 7 C ff", 1, V ,., ff' . ' fi ,, fV'q ' :Q Way down upon the Swampy R1Vbl we flnd the Seniors of '46 gathered at the Plautz Plant tion to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the world's largest metropolls, Gibbon, whose success IS due to the efforts of these pioneers In the background can be heard the sweet stralns of the Grbbon Philharmonic Band aid under the direction of James F W Chramosta, Jr Now we can hear the basookas and hobos brlnging out the mellow tones of Chrumie's 5th Sympathy, better known as the 'Claronette Polka W Pardon the eruption, but you can hear th1s famous muslcal troup at the Chramosta Country Club every Sat urday night This famous club is located on Cob Hill or fifteen blocks north of the Gibbon Mill which is nov reconverted 1nto Shafer's pencil factory Mr Shafer has now retlred on a pen fno pensionJ,so his assistant coach Miss Virgina Deets, Iwho still has her own den tures ,has taken over the undigestible job of chewlng penc1ls at thc games we are interrupt1ng th1s delightful picnic with a paid political announcement from our present pastor, Wwindy' Wilcox, who lS runn1ng for mayor, which is st1l1 gust a dollar a year Job, but, according to Stanley, it 1S better than h1s present salary 'Plautz Punch Plautz Punch' We can only warn you ears We see the l1ne forming to its rlght as far too many of the guests, we fear, ncctpt the invitation yelled by Dorothy Bauer, the barker She has krndly consented to advertlse th1s product as she is buslness manager for Plautz Punch, Inc , and not only that i pcrs1stently plottlng to catch Plautz 1n person IL Moine developed thls punch while tralnlng for the world's heavy we1ght championship D The l1ne seems to be gettlng out of order so Sherlff Wlllrams goes over to take care of the small riot fRex was elected to office on his solemn pIOmlSG3 not to punish Ch8TlV1I1 ers or watermelon swipers D His attention is turned to a fam 1l1ar face, and he goes over to shake hands wlth another a I I O O O ' O I l O . I . f 9 1 O - f l Don't drink too muchtn is the cry that greets our L . 3 X Q . . . ' ' S . . pt . . an . ' . . fa , - classmate,Lorin Hartmann, who thought he had gotten in- to a nylon line. Mr. Hartmann, graduated from the ll! school at Alcatraz and is now the nation's number one criminal lawyer. Anyone saying a woman's place is in the home will change their minds when they see Eleanor Stall swoop ing down on the Post Offlce every mornlng in her heli copter picking up the mail and delivering lt on all three routes Due to informatlon gelned by that position and her ab1l1ty to read, she has made it her business to censor all mail thus keeping in contact with her fonmm classmates From the introduction we have given her, you will agree that she is best informed to talk on the s bject "Quality not Quantity" or 'Seniors of 46 May I present Miss Stall? Well, I wrll, anyway Dear Classmates, it gives me great pleasure to be with you today and speak in behalf of ths.greatest and last class ever to graduate from Gibbon High under the hard rules and semester exams of Mr Beckmann, but since I came to tell you about the classmates and not their instructors, I shall start with the case of Earl Jay Graves He was voted the one most likely to succeed and seems to have lived up to his reputation By some sec ret formula he has invented a combination ha1r 011 and permanent wave solution from the sugar beet This has gone to his head, so that he even has a singing slogan 'You Can't Beat a Sugar Beet ' Lenard Pedersen is ruling the roost at the Turkey Plant, and his pTOf1tS have been so huge he has opened a piggy bank of his own, located in the old G1b theater bullding and it's known as the Penny Arcade Eloise Donaldson's sweet melodious voice can be heard calling 'Number p l i z W She 1S now the chief shifts, and in addltion g ts 1 1 half for over time for h1tting the high C on ll lxg the siren three times a day Glen Thomas Zwink, BA, BS, MA, Ph D, and DDT, upon getting his diploma from the Mothology Correspondence School,has taken over the Rexall drug store and is doing research work wlth such formulas as HgO, PDQ, and BUD Putting these ell together, he has discovered a new Mag ic Bubble Solution his solution be1ng to cheerfully re fund your money lf the bubbles break sun gg . . M. I l u 1 I N' D 0 ' 91 N D , 1 3 1 . ' . operator at the Gibbon 6XChBHPO--hXVlDg taken over all ' e ti.u 'nu z Q - ' ' A T-.'.Tx'."'. 1 I N . I . . I . 0 Marie Bolin is waging a war against the termites at the Petersen Lumber Company. Ruth Stenehjem has taken over Alvah Zimmerman's job at the Co op of fitting glasses on the eyes of the potatoes Velma Riley will alway be a farm rette at heart, and with the assistance of her hired man, Ierlin, is the proprietress of the Glbbon green house where she speclalizes ln eg plants for a local hatchery At this point it is necessary to pause and explain to you why Miss Stall was so rudely int rrupted A group or old mon and women came hobbling on th lr canes trudg ing up the hill,and in their C8CK11DQ voices they or plained that they are the Juniors of'u6 It se ms no one had told them there was e time lim1t on tho Junior Senior Hunt, and this is the first anyone has seen of them since that time. Oh woll the picnic is over and the prophecy has been completed, but in the immortal words of Earl Jef ierson Graves Nlt wash t easy 1 5 LDEFN 'rwfrsw YEARS Qmgg wi GL-zewzy-xTED P-R071 3'f1-mol. wh' ll 'IMF G14 DMG NW Ax'-2 in New HM f' as y ' Q- ?:l'f Q i '.:fZ A f , -,- A n -, f A A f H i-if-,fl I fs ,f ff? if l Z - ff y I in Q n ' 4, I 2 N 1.3! t mf Neff" l ,, ' " "' 1 , -xxx 3 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Sunday Evening, May 12, 1946 8.00 o'clock p m Processional UPr1e:U'g Harch' . Mendelssohn ancy ,stars Invocation . . . lhe Reverend E F Edmonds Vocal Solo WCome Ye Blessedn Scott Rutx fenehjem Class Sermon. HL fe, A Romanceu Dr Geo F Chapman Music WBattle Hymn sf he Republic , Arr Krone Combined Girls' dOO Boys' Glee Club Benediction The Ueverend E F Edmonds Recessional leyerbeer COHMENCEMENT Friday E enlng May 17, 1946 8 00 o'c ock p m Prelude HM1l1tary Polonaise Chopin Nancy Petersen Processional uPomp and Circumstanceu Elgar Invocation The Reverend E F Edmonds Music ,'Ballad for Americanan Robinson Mixed Chorus Soloists Stanley Wilcox, Ruth Stenehjem Speakers Byron Peters, Eloise Donaldson, Glen Zwink, Velma Riley, La Verne F1 me, Eleanor Stall, Dorothy Jean Bauer, Dick Mutter, Dick Perry Address NThe World Ye 1 H Dean Frank E Henzlik 5 College Umlv it of hebraska Presentation of Class Prlncipal Glen E Shafer Presentation of Diplomas M W Leonard Scholarship Awards Superi Milton Beckmann Benediction Dr George Chapman U o o 1 0 I O l 0 Q 0 Q N 1 en I Q o e o o Q n e o 0 0 9 c o o o n o 0 1, ku 1 0, 0 s 0 e a , - . o o o 0 1 1: O ' 3:36-X 'Ja o o A ' A ' Q1 s o e r' Q , -x O 0 I l 0 0 0 o 0 -- O I l I I I 1 . 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N ,xvixr nh w 5 X rl ,' ks ., ffzf ff' f' , i .fif" JUNIORS H8 t Row L to R Mlss Spellman Sponsor, Chrlsti rlrs Mckeon, Byron Peters, Dlck butter, Vernon Hawke, J1m Klrk, Gene Nutter, Bob Yockey, Byron Harvey Bo Vohland Mrs Kllne, Sponsor 8 Second Row Jackle Snyder, Marcia Gangwlsh, Glori Marle Gormley Margaret Ann Bosse, Jim Sargent, Rose , Couslns, Maurice J er, Howard Maddox, Shlrley Scott Third Row Joyc rate, Marl Ellen Gallup, De Wayne Hemmerlln , lofrt Johnson Lucllle Kelly, Nancy Petersen Not in plcture Gm nfolyn lonson, Royal Power, Merlln Schmldt, Nell Ander on OFFICERS Presldent . - . . . Byron Peters Vlce PT8SldCRt . . Vernon Hawke Secretary-Treasurer. . . .MKII Ellen Gallup Miss Spellm a n 0 0 0 0 0 0 D O 0 Mrs. Kline - W- Y, 1 ,, ,f,,, V , HY V. 1 Y ,-,, . H l af 1 4 P 1 W 'V . f 1 za 5 J . Kg 1 I 'V ' ' - - - - -Y LA -I 7' -,. . Q 7 I 1 4 . , , b , Q - 'O . , -, 1 . 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OFFICERS President. . . . . . . . . . Dick Perry Vice President . . . . . Bob Howell Secretary-Treasurer. . . Jerene Faber Sponsor. . . . . . . . .Mr. Krubeck W YV Y, V - Y Y- - -- . ... , ..--. - f ' 7 A VU' -L '-5 f ' 1, . ' A " , 2? X Ql.f eel 4 , he B B' 1 ' H , y .X ' L X'.. f I :S 'A as - , "Hg, ' is , . 1 K . Q P K , n B L, jr l , w r 1 . I I F . . O ' ua ' C . , . Q Complexion Jerene Faber ages Anna mean Sargent Figure Marilyn Riley Hands Beverly Banks Teeth Phyllis Olson Hair Barbara Sheen Mouth Eileen Skow Nose Alice Albin Q I Nose LaMoine Gitt Pair Elton Weston Feet Bob Clevenger Flgure Roger Young Neatne s Paul Frink Hand kenneth Riley You T ving Weston Hein nny Sheldon Wais le Pob Howell ela he Dlck Perry Eyes D le Llndenstein Citizenshlp Bllly Nusil Dimples Elbert Loewenstein Studious Abillty Jack Wood Dispo ition Robert Erpelding Broad Shoulders Laverne Firme 6 " AA - f","' lx ' i fc wx!! l 5 ff ff BXJ'U? v '.gV .!, .ni , yy Ears - Wayne Lange gqigip' L .ii - lr y ' CEli11Ae J ' V Ey s 's - ' 'xx tt, - . - . M wx- -. " ' all H - only J - .U ' A or '1"'Y- , FR f' SHMEN Flrst Rof, L to R P3tT1C18 Novotnc, Colleen Brown, Chxrlotte Ttnton, Jlm Lyons, Junlor Myers, Donna Lee Wrede, Duncan NcGrcpor, Vera Mae Nast, Pat Morgan, Earlcne Johnson St nley Sylve ter, B tty Anderson, Mlss Smlth, Spon or Second Row Sblrlcy Ruby, Marllyn Klrk, Jerry Lou Randall, B tty Lou Ynott,Bob Leonard,Robert Schnucl le, Dcwayne Olson, W ldon Mon on, Marllyn Mlller, Margaret Chramo t , Joan Slglcr, Dorctha Smlth Third Row Darl nc laret, Don F rrell, Jun1or Faber Charl s Martln z, Jan s Lbst r Not ln plcturt Clifford G ngwlsh QSFFICCRS President Bob Leonard VICC PTLS1dCHt Jlm Lyons Secretary Duncan lcGrcgor Tre surer Wall ce Bu h n n L W 'Pi .J . . . K J V I , . . 1 no - 1 -A V 1 V C , 1 - , a s e . . H O 0 . , , . . 4 3 M . C L ' " , . -' x A - I Q: 1: S . . 3' F V u 0 .1 f' Q -' w - I p. L4 L Q 0 1 'xg 1 H ' Y . ' ' -v ' Wallace Buchanan, L8MO1HC Barter, JUHIOT Carpenter, e e le' We Q . 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'-1 ' K3 q a u 0 4 IE G 1 C 8 Ns GRAD S S VPN AND EIFHT First Row L to R Bernice F1rme, Charlotte DeBrie, Charles Wood, Jesse Onate,Velma Jlrgens, Bob Braden, Lorraine Lyons, Lols Hougham Second Row Janet N1l1GT, Lols lller Robert hood, Ronald Nutter, Darrell larct, Dor ld Hawke, Billy Thomas, Roland Young, Verla T + Jorma Benge, Belva Johnson, Phyllls Erpeldlrb Third Row Mrs Zimmerman Teach r, Rodney Keup, Louls Sargent, lan Pallup, Ru h Elf R1ley, Rita Musil, Evon Gitt Katherine Wood, Ruth Lurray Not ln p1cture Nardellc Gldd1DUS,M8Il6DG McConnell, Marlyn Kaps,Dav1nc Mast,Donald Johnson, Jack Harper, Dqpald de la Motto f'iL 1' tgzx E 14 X ix ,ff TZ' XV' 'RA ff MTW gif, f 4,,,,,, E, jfxf Fad I Aotiyjties During National Education Week, members of the frftn, sxxtp, sqvpnxh, and eighth grades gave s 187 for our schoo O1 t exercises Ihv P18 WAI 'Jo B1 Gets Educated, an those in the FSVBU h and 016111011 grades who had leading parte were Verla Peters,Bernice Firme, and DBVIRS Mast In December, eight 51118 provided vocal musical numbers for a community program at Lowell The girls who sang were Janet Miller, Norma Benge, Verla Peters, Bernlce Firno, Ruth Murray,Dav1ne Mast, Velma Jurgens, and Marlene McConnell Two girls from each grade were ellgiblo to enter the Buffalo County Spelling' Contest, b rch 50 They were Devine Mast and Marlene McConnell from the se vonth grade and Lois Mill r and Pn1ll1s Erpelding from the erghth grade When the Gibbon Colonv c lebretcd 1t's seventy fifth anniversary in A ril the Glvlcs class inter viewed old settlers From these interviews several students wrote ronl-life StOI1GS of the early days in Gibbon. 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I ' , ' Q' In . . , I K I BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS Tri-Valley--Shelton I0 Amherst. . . . . . . 12 62 lest Kearney . . . 27 68 Litchfield . . . 18 40 Minden . . . ..... . 54 District--Shelton HvGwWnwd 47 Shelton. . . , , . . . 29 64 .n,-. . . . 32 'lay Off hearney Arcadia Sfwte 71HCOlH Stanton J r1TSt Row, I fo Chramosta b ohland Qc ond Row Dick rrx 5 So SL. Lpyy'S . . . , , . . . 38 F 3 Q., , ' 46 I I U I O O O I U yr """4J- . 29 Q u a s 9 0 u n 1 1 TFQCY I' J ,, R M6531 Tnw V, fu' 5 f A , IO ' 0 . Q i 'X?e V, Tu A ' 'yQv1 , Mr. Cbm.PT. Vohland QV Chrumosta Power ...B Qeldigg Zwlnk Flrme Chrlxosta Graves Zwink Heike Relay Vohland Qhramosta R lly TR.CK MEETS lOO yard dash 5rd, Broad jump,2nd Shot out, lst D1seus, lat Pole vault txed lst llle run, 2nd Hlgh Jump tlcd and Low hurdlos, 3rd lOO rd dusd, Rnd 20 yard dash s 13 1 H dush s Low hurdlos, 2nd lst Broud Jump, 3rd BSU J d FUD, rd J1l6 run 5rd Dlsous, 3rd snot put, src mHNDZN ILVITATIONAL Znd 100 yard dash 5rd 440-yard du h End, Low hurdles, 4th Hxgh hurdl , 3rd H1gh hurdles, 4th Broad gumo, 4th Hawlo, Power, Lyons, and hrauostu, tled Znd XQAPI Y INVIT TIOIAL 4th Broad Jump, 5rd msn, sm Voul n nd Chrono to 5rd ....... ' , f ' Z 1 I ' Gr es , ' g uv Q ' ' ' fi . , 1 1 a 0 -yu "l 3 2 - , 1 tg 4',-yzru f , 1 tg f' , High fuu', Q ' ' . Youn '-v'o 3 . Er " , . C I C Vchllnd Shot put, 3rug Discus, 2nd, Broad jump, l fb ' ' 1 I 'S . ' ' C ' . ' cs . . 0 :lf D A . . gl ' C L ' ' O TT..TQ A I' Sfl , 5 , o 44a-yrpi -f l. L, Q 1 L Q , iianige , LCJYW r , an 3 - C Graves Es.!lfE. Vohland hramosta Ivons laf Vohland Chramoste Relay TRI-VALLEY AT KIR?f1 60-yard high hurdles, uthg Pole vault Lth. Shot put nth' Broad jump, 2nd D1SCUS, 3rd 100 yard dash, 3rd ALO yard dash, 3rd Hlgh jump tied 3rd and nth Vohland, Hawke, Pow r, and nhramosta 3rd Thls relay broke the school record th time being 1 LO 3 The old record held by Geweekf, Craig,F1tzgibb0n, and Vohland ln the fear of 1939 was 1 bl 6 DIQTRICT TRACK MEET Shot put 3rd Discus 3rd Broad jump, r lOO yard dash bth ALO yard dash 3rd Vohlune, Hawk Power, and Chramosta th. BASEBALL Our baseball season was short th :ith only two scheduled games They w re both Jlt wh lton, and resulted ln losses The team was as folloas L hard Pedersen, catcher Bob Vohland pitch r Devayn Hemmer ling flrst base B ron Peters or Den B rrel, second ba e James Lyons, th1rd base Bob Howell hort stop Out fleld was played by Glen Zwlnl, Jam s hramosta, and Vernon Hawke Die? 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' 1 Jg',- c S , ' 1 ' , 1' lerlin Tchvidt. 10th ANNUAL MUSIC CLINIC As Rex Wllliams, Stanley filcox, Ruth Stenehjem, Marie Bolln, Nancy Peter en, Jim Kirk,Jerry Lou Ran dall Betty Lou Knott, and Miss Smlth were eagerly wait ng for the train, they were convinced the U P hadn't had so many passengers since the war ended However, thls ldea was changed when they stepped in to their coach which was already fllled to overflow ing wlth North Platte kids whose d StlHJtlOn was the safe s ours 'Fremont for th lOth Annual Music Clinic They were greeted by other clinic students from other towns as they boarded the train The boys sue ceeded in flnding the private t xi when they arrived 1n Fremont and shg furnished transportatlon to them shoe leather The girls ended up walklng wherever they went too bad it couldn't have been the other way around The three day program began on Thursday evenlng After registration, each student found thelr tempo rary homes and reported back for a rehearsal which was held principally to get acquainted with the mu sic and instructors The instructors were Janes Robertson from Springfield Missouri, for Band, Alex Zimmerman from Joliet, Ill nois, for Chorus, and CWO Robert Landers from Denver, Colorado, and George Rhoades from Kansas City Missouri, for twirling Friday morning and a ternoon more rehearsals for all groups were scheduled, but Friday evening was held open Each student took advantage of this time by visiting one of the two theaters, going to a play which was presented at the Midland College, or at tending the Clinic dance with music Cwith UCh1ckery Chickn leading bv a wide marginl furnished by tre Fremont Senior High dance orchestra Saturday morning found most HClinic Kidsn dewy eyed from the night before, but this was the Hfataln day and it meant a lot of la t rwnut touching up for the concert which was to be,ard , held at the City Auditorium Minutes passed into hours and agaln the students eagerly waited The so called midnight train sneaked in about 2 OO A M when this rumor got around everyone Cincluding the depot agent who was carried away by the tidebstampeded into the sub-zero weather for the nth time to secure a seat on the train With only a few minor cuts and bruises everyone was squeezed into a gas lighted Civil War coach, and truly felt like veterans when they reached home . ,, . F x S - Y 3- ' o 9 'H I 0 . L. L . i 3 . C . Z . 3 a ..-I , - Il-- C I 3 c, , - ' a . L . for the rest of the clinic---well, anyway, it saved O . ' 1 I Cf C O L - t L 'C .S JL e I L. .L Yfffff I "' f 2 . . ' . . O Qmim wire, WW We THE RED MILL The curtains part d on the eve of December 7 to find a very much looked for musical comcoy entitled The Red Mill W A capacity audience saw everybody on stage singing about the old haunted mill Byron Peters and Laverne Firme poirrayed the roles N nn K r nd 'Kidn Conner, two Arericans doing Europe, while Royal Power blundercd through as Jan Van Berkem, Burgomaster of the town aided or disturbed by his daughter, Gretchen CRuth Stenehjeml and his sister Bertha CEloise Donaldsonl. Captain Van Damm lJim Kirk was very much in love with Gretchen,but the Burgomaster wanted Gretchen to marry the handsome fortune hunting Sovernor of Zeeland lStanley Wilcoxl, because of the Covernor's position and importance. Incidentally, UKid' and "Con" have the Sheriff fGlen Zwinkl chasing them.He also was useful in bringing Gretchen and Captain Van Damm back after they had eluded Gretchen's father. Bob Vohland enacted the role of Willem, harassed owner of the mi1l,and Marie Bolin fluttered through as his flir- tatious daughter and bar-maid, Tina,Joshua Pennyfeather fRex Williams! and the excitable French Countess De La "-Q lu, V. V H1- 'e v H- ,-gm? C-,WM ee-1 ,..-.,. W W Y- , l 'tzsxiniwsgf . X -Qs ,iw X Q Q i . . K. fi 2 'V Nw ,..,.m-wo-Q R3 ww? 71" Ns-' if ' 37 V 1 QS 1 5 . ' A Rfk , e at R M ' : Q 1 3 x :Q K, n F 9 A L 0 WE I5 , v 6 -v it N fs H5 ,Q ,ifEj!Q1'x 1 r"'d'+,L 4 - 2 1 Q t n,,,.i,,g,gi,?jg.w,, . ,am i ' s e , . x - L , . ll . n . . . n YI A - Q L. 5 ' 3 U . 1 .l, f of Co idde 3 ' 1 ' ' W ' H . ' J fr . . Fere CMari-Ellen Gallupl who managed to get her ideas across if not her words, only serve to complicate mat- ters. Joshua's daughters, Nancy Petersen, Pat Morgan, Velma Riley, Joan Sigler, Jerry Lou Randall, and Mar- ilyn Riley, tried to share the sons of Countess De La Fere--Bob Yockey, Elton Weston, Dick Perry,Dick Nutter, Irving Weston, and James Chramosta. DANCERS Lucille Kelly Anna Dean Sargent Marilyn Kirk Barbara Sheen Betty Knott Wleanor Stall PRODICTION STAFF Music Director Iiss Smith Stage Kanager D 1zre I mmerllng Dramatic Director and Prompter 'rs Kline Properties Chairman Velma Riley Make up Mrs Elin Head Usher Virgin Deets Hlectrician Earl Jay Grav s Costumes by Liebon R Sons Presented by arr ngement with Tams Vitmark Music Library 0 Q2 ana, QW XWQMW WMM? 1 - - -ILA 1 4.1 I . 0 . , . s q n q o r c 0 0 n 0 o o o a 9 vi 5 nv c 1 w 70 ' -1 A A 1 0 u n o o a u o s n 4 -.. -. L r .V 1 . C . C . u c 4 . . a Q i'L 4 . 1 . s . 0 0 a 0 0 o o o o c f ' Q U ' 0 0 J I a a e 0 o n 0 a u o a a . V . . 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',, . Qyff A .2 ,C If-w-- ' c ,,'J ' fi I Ll 1 'VA AX ll Su w . . 1 L IJ . U , . , Y v ' V. I' l I C! A I A x SJ L: L A A L .1 L 45 - . J .L A W. . . X . I . .4 J Q w -u 1 1 v , 1 rl On LL 4 . -r ,,. . , G -1 Mn b r' . ' r , . F . . . . 1 lgvxm U 4 .J ., . A 5, x H . ,. + . . .. ff t u .L ,A rw ,vw wr v ..... A V Q -.Iv 1 T ,,, 1 , "' U - . boxno n A . - 1 A , , . " . 4- , 'I' TRI-VALLEY FESTIVAL - April 5, 1946 The Gibbon High School Music Department the Tri Valley Music Contest which was held cal auditorium, The towns competing were Litchfield, Minden, Overton, Shelton, Wood Gibbon The Gibbon entries were 'Girls H1 h Voice entered in in the lo Elm Creek, River, and EIoIse Donaldson The W1nd's In The South Ruth Sten hgem A Heart That's Free Girls Medium Voice Mari Ellen G llup Do You Know My Garden? 'Bo s Low Voice Stanley Wilcox The Builder 'P ano Solo ancy Petersen Polonaise Marie Bolin Moonlight Sonata Girls Trio My Johann Clair De Lune Ruth Stenehgem, Marie Bolin, P t Morgan Girls Sextet Follow me Down To Carlow Indian Love Call Eloise Donaldson, Lucille Kelly, Nancy Petersen, Marilyn Riley, Marilyn Kirv, Jerry Lou Randall Mix d Octet I Won't Kiss Katy P t Morgan, Nancy Petersen, Marilxn Kirk, Jerry Randall, Royal Powers, Robert Schnuelle, Rex Williams, St nlty Wilcox 'Boys Oc et I'm A Baptist Wallace Buchanan, Robert Schnuclle, Jim Kirk, Royal Power , L V ne F rme, Rex Williams, Bob Jonl H, Stmnley W lcox 'Boys Glee . P ssing By It's Me 'Girls Glec Oh My Lawd What Shall I U09 Hymn To A Hero Mixed Chorus he Sleigh My God And I 'Chosen by the critic to give repeat performance in the evening . 1' 3 , . o . . . A 1. 9 . n O . , . ap og. . U or Q not ' 'Q Q " 0 cy x V ,oo so ..H--.--- ful ICIQQCU on I o 'scuffle-0455500000 .QA . . F u . tttitloopn . . 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The ratings of the Gibbon entries: Girls High Voice ' Ruth Stenehjem Eloise Donaldson Girls Medium Voicg Mari Ellen Gallup -is Low loice Stanley Wilcox Girls Trio Mixed Octet Q-X5 Octet Girls Sextet PIBHO Solos Marie Bolin Nancy Petersen Class C Girls Glee Boys Glee Mixed Chorus Superior .Superior Excellent Superior Superior Good Good Good Excellent Good Superior Superlor Superior Veils ,J7 BO' ....l....... . Bo . . I . , eggs V.- Q, xx I l ci - "Nj if f A -xxx, ' . , 2 I i T. ' 12 I ' T 1 u 1 !! ,V 'H L- I t "' g., J A VN: M If PEP CLUB F1TSt Row L to R Jerry Lou Randall, Shlrley Scott, Pat xOlE81, Lucllle Kelly, Nancy Petersen, Margaret Ann Bo s , Anna Dean Sar ent,Betty Lou Knott, Marl lyn KlIY, Nasco+a Llnda Fagge, Magorette marie Bolln Second Row Sponsor Mlss Sm1tr,Pnyllis Olson,Eleanor Stall, Marcla G Hull h, Velma Rlley, Ruth Stenengem, Elolse Donalc on, T 'le Snyder, Joan S1pler, Donna Lee Wrede Third Row Marll n nmller, mari allen Gallup, Jerene Faber, Darlene mar t, Parbara Sheen, Allce Albln, Glorla Sargent I rllfn Rlleg, Io5ce Ap l gate New tw1rler l8Tl Ellen Galllp, Joyce Applegate New member Beverly Banks Substitute members nileen S ow, Chrlstina McKeon OFFICERS President Marl Ellen Gallup Vice-President . . . . .Margaret Ann Bosse Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . . Velma Riley , --Yr-, ,,-. -1--... ,-...... L, M , - Q., , -.... - .. - .- - - -- ' Y ' - ' l 44 ' - at A, 'K x . x . A lm I . X . w .v A Y ' . - W X ' ' Ji A 'Q '2 9 " 'Q , ' . 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The basketball games had the girls marching at the halfe in singing drills Included in this group was the sponsoring of a drive for old clothes celebrating Shafer's and MacArthur's birthdays, and alentine Day The big thrill of the year came when the group 'took off' for a three day trip to the'capitol cityn attend the State Tournament The Lincoln Hotel provided housing and headeuartors for 25 enthusiastic blue and white rooters A wonderful surprise camo at this time when generous towrsnconle contributed 6100 toward the expenses incurr I this jaunt. On April 6, ev rvone again assembled to march in the Gibbon 75th Anniversary Parade clad in the regular uniforms with the addition of their own interpretation of a poke bonnet At the end of the year,they start d the ball roll ing for an addition of a balcony in the gymnasium, and sponsored a Pep Club Letterman party X X553 T325 y G Q , u A to tb fs- seff f fl 4 XXX f1 I j , C- ,Q f ' . 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Q I Y Y DECLAMATORY ACTIVITIES A local contest was held to choose the partial pants for the Trl Valley and District Contests The students who took part in the local declamatory con test were atorz Robert Schnuelle Dramatic Marilyn Kirk Betty Lou Knott Pat Morgan Shirley Scott Jackie Snyder Ruth Stenehjem Humorous Byron Peters Doretha Smith Clifford Gangwish Margaret Chramosta 'Before You Strike' 'Monkey's Paw' 'Winged Victory' Camilla 'Execution of Sidney Carton' 'Dark Viotoryu 'Blessed Demosel' .Take Makes a Speech' 'The Mourning Veil' 'Teaching a Girl Football' 'The Cat Comes Beck' In the dramatic group, Jerry Randall won first place, Ruth Stenehjem second,and Jackie Snyder, third Byron Peters was the winner in the H1 orou group In the Trl Valley Contest held at Wood River,Feb- ruary 21, Jerry Randall received a ood rating, Byron Peters, excellent, and Robert Schnuelfe, good In the District Contest held at Shelton, March 21, Ruth Stenehjem received an excellent rating, Byron Peters, excellent, and Robert ScEnueIle, good Competing in the Inter High School Contest at Kearney were Robert Schnuelle, Ruth Stenehjem, and By ron Peters or , IffIfIf..." 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" ' ' I I '3'rS11-'rue Heart' ee 6 IO .ln ' The One Act Play received a rating of ood at the Tri Valley Contest and excellent at the Dis r ct Con test The play and its characters were THE OPEN DOOR John, the father en Peters Mary his wife chjem Kate, their daughter Elol e maldson Michael, the stranger r ll fraves Stephen, the family friend Jim Kirk Ruth Stenehjem was chosen best actress at the Dis trict Contest This is the second year that Ruth has receive! this honor SENIOR CLASS PLKY Bogeyman April 26 l9h6 Ez Dixon, owner of the house Stanley rilcox 'Flunkyn Smith, professor Rex Williams Peg Howard, sorority girl Velma Riley Mrs ihipple housemother Dorothy Jean Bauer Libby Green, sorority girl Eloise Donaldson Vicky Green, Libby's twin slster Ruth Stenohjem Lanny Harper, Fz's roommate Earl Graves Patricia Young, sorority pledge Marie Bolin Ellen Mltchell, sorority pledge Eleanor Stall Charlie, negro handy men James Chramosta Ghosts inhabit the house of Ez Dixon to him by his grandfath r the founder of It all happened because of e so cfll whloh was somewhere in the hou girls wanted to buy the house, but til he found the tr asure In or which was left Dixon College ecrot treasure Omega Gamma n't sell un p them from buying the house, he and Lanny f t so ghosts ap peered every time the girls came to lf p ct the house Many complications arise but everythlng comes out all right ln the end SCENFS c Scene I Scene II The next Midnight Act II Act III About eight o'clock one November night Three hours later night at eleven the same night 0 1 I - . 2 P -- 1 e n o n 1, . 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