Gibbon High School - Buffalo Yearbook (Gibbon, NE)
- Class of 1951
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Uhen the mountains of success seemed to rugged to climb
and our picks and shovels too heavy to carry, many of us
would have fa1led if we had not been guided by one whom we
all respect and admire.
In behalf of the entlre student body, we, the Seniors of
1951 wish to express our s1ncere thanks to Mrs. Bals for
the countless ways in which she has made it possible for us
to better enjoy our hlgh school years, and at the same time
be better prepared to face the future.
We feel that no student has or will graduate from Mrs.
Bale' classes w1thout having been taught to appreciate the
value Q fairness, responslbility and honesty.
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with your hat, grab it and run" whose low descending sun
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DEMA JEAN GEORGE
'The only sure thing of luck
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DAVINE MAST RUTH MURRAY
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As we open our cherished memory book of years gone by, we find that our
school days are the most memorable, since there wasn't much to remember before
Meek and hesitatingly we entered Gibbon Grade School, we were Esther Camo,
Frances Flitton, Rose Hibberd, Marlene McConnell, Ruth Murray, Rita Musil, Frank
Musil, Joyce Pember, Leonard Pember, Ronald Power, Betty Stibal, Louise Reeder,
Joy Tatum, Dick Webster, and Katherine Wood
As the years went by we gained the knowledge of the three R's, and the com
pulsory rules under which we had to labor Well, grade school in its own little
way proved to be interesting
Later on we gained Josephine Berumen, Bobby Clifton, Donald De la Motte,
Dixie Johnson, Davine Mast, Elsie Oliver, Marvin Wade, and Robert Wood, while we
lost Ronald Power, Marlene McDonnell, Joyce Pember, Louise Reeder, Frances
Flitton, Betty Stlbal, Frank Musil, Dick Webster, and Rose Hibberd
One thing we think we shall never forget was the war years, with those
years came the buying of war stamps, the rationing of food, the shortage of um,
and eventually the ending of World War II, all of which we experienced dur ng
our grade school days Please note even though there was a shortage of gum,
the waste basket still seemed to have an abundance.
Time marched on, thus we did the same, but as we marched with the even
rhythm of time, we lost and found more industrious K"""7 students Those found
were Evon Gltt, Nancy Snyder, Marlene Mcfonnell, Ruth Riley, Ruby Loewenstein,
Rodney Keup, Billy Thomas, Rex Stibor, Alan Gallup, Emma Jean Kephart, and Mary
Low Schlupe, while we lost Leonard Pember, Josephine Berumen, Esther Camp, Bobby
Clifton, Dixie Johnson, Elsie Oliver, and Marvin Wade
Yes, indeed, we shall always remember grade school days Maybe it was just
the homey atmosphere of spit balls, water guns, notes, profile drawings of the
teacher, whatever it was we notice there is only one teacher of the group that
At last, we left behind grade school and glanced through the high school
doors with uncertainty We had heard stories of initiation and were a little
leary as to what the upper classmen might forecast for our future Stumbling
and blushing, we entered the G H S corridor, looking around for signs of
booby traps, and rushed into our homeroom to find Dirk Bolin, Loretta Fhramosta,
Sylvia Chramosta, Bert Clevenger, Doris Flevenger, Ronald Burnham, Bonnie Cope
land, Mary Delgado,Donald De la Iotte, Dema George, Wayne Godfrey, Robert Jones,
Rodney Keup, Fred Korcek, Ruby Loewenstein, Barbara Manfull, Davine Mast, Mar
lene Mc onnell, Ruth Murray, Rita Vusil,Jesse Onate, Ruth Riley, Lorraine Smith,
Leroy Smith, Nancy Snyder, Virginia Stall, Katherine Wood, and Robert Wood
We, as freshmen, went through the usual procedure of managing to get to the
wrong clas es at the wrong time, falling flat on our faces while trying to
impress the upper classmen, experiencing the watermelon feed snake dance and
the freshmen initiation, which officially declared us Gibbon High School stu
After we survived the freshman year we stared the sophomore year in the
Pace with a happier thought now we were superior over one class, we could boss
taught us left in grade school. They shall remember those years, tool!!
them around for awlile Dnrlnf thls J ar re cxlned Patricia Hllty and Jerry
Peterson and lost Ronald Purnham, Qobert Jone , and Jesse Onate We really had
not too much to brag about as yet, except we were a step higher toward our foal
Them came a happy time of our life when we were proud juniors Vith this
year we received our class rings, gave our Junior lass Play, wrirh was a suc
cess, and the Junior senior Banouet
This year we gained one more student, Patricia avenee, and broke our
record by losing none
We finally made itll!! To many it seemed about time, but this year wr came
excepting the teachers and the school board, but why mention trlflea at this
This year when we enrolled we iound that we had gained none but lo t two,
Datricia Cavenee and Rita Musil
Our journey through school has been a happy memorable occurxence, and we
shall always keep it written in our book of memorie , because there shall never
be anything quite like school Our school days will never come back to us again
Of this year we shall always remember the work we spent on our annual, tre
Senior Class Play, the Junior Senior Prom, and the everyday association of our
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We, the seniors of 1951, being of sound body and unsound mind bequeath the
following articles to the following persons to use as directed fwarning, an
overdose might be serious I To the juniors we leave the superior feeling of
being a senior, providing they don't become too radical
To the sophomores we bequeath the gum under the desks, if they will leave
some fresh gum in its place.
To the freshmen we leave dear old Gibbon High with hopes that they give her
the care to which she has been accustomed
To the faculty we will some effective hair rinse, to wash away those gray
hairs, and also the up coming senior classes, providing they aren't too hard on
To the grade school we leave the years ahead, to use to the best possibili
ties, and all of the fun we had in the bygone years,
Individually and hesitatingly we leave our assets
following lucky persons
Dick Bolin, will my famous line to the sheik of the
Robert Wood, will my intelligence to Leonard DeBrie,
Ruth Murray, will my diamond to the African diamond
and liabilities to the
who will be needing it
mines for research work,
and my ability to get along with college men to Peggy Reed.
Nancy Snyder, will not will anything, because I have already said 'I will' to
Davine Mast, will my little black book from the years gone by to any junior
girl on the prowl,
Ruby Loewenstein, will Ronnie Nutter to anyone who thinks they can keep him
as long as I have.
Bonnie Copeland, will all my giggles to anybody who may roam the portals of
GI H! Se
Dema Jean George, will my sweet disposition to be employed for the general
improvement of the junior class.
I, Marlene McConnell, regret that I can't leave my heart to the following senior
classes, because I have left my heart to so many I forgot where
I left off.
Bert Clevenger, will my 6' 2'
Pat Hilty, will my share in
wants to get out
to Jack S1gler's 6' lg' to add to Mr. Lierley's
which may need it in future years.
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Barbara lanfull, will my glasses to Mr. Pope, so he may better see the possi-
bilities of his English classes.
Loretta Chramosta, will my saxophone to anyone who has enough wind to keep it
running,and a bottle of water in case you get thirsty before Mr.
Oldham puts away his baton.
Rodney Keup, will my beautiful muscles and extra' pounds to Robert Moffett,
and my boxing gloves to anyone who thinks they can beat me.
Sylvia Chramosta, will Gibbon to the girls who are simply wild about Ravenna.
Fred Korcek, will the knowledge you didn't know I had to someone who thinks
they can use it
Doris Clevenger, will my wide collection of 10 cent diamond rings to some
grade school girl who would like to have them
Virginia Stall, will my real blonde hair to Rheta Knott, so she will have all
blonde hair instead of just a third
Leroy Smith, will my good citizenship grades to Kenneth Ritterbush, and also
my ability to take care of the freshmen girls to anyone who
thinks they can do better
Wayne Godfrey,will my traffic tickets to anyone in the junior class who fears
they will get more
Mary Delgado, will my neatnes to anyone who thinks they will be needln it
Jerry Peterson, will "old reliables Clegsl to anyone who thinks they will
be needing them and who needs the exercise
Ruth Elaine Riley, will my red hair to the Partman twlns so they may be
bright in clas
Lorraine Smith, will my desire for boys with blue Plymouth to any glrl who
likes boys with Buicks
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Lonely Polecat Valley
Blubber Island, Alaska
May 19, 1970
Dear Mr Shafer,
In the lonely mine shaft I find myself thinking of the class of 'Sl ' When
one is in such a desolute place, naturally one's thoughts are only in a desolute
manner Since I haven't conversed with any of the 'Sl ers recently, I'd like
to know just what the occupations of that group are
Gibbon High School
May 21, 1970
Your concern is greatly appreciated by all, needless to say, you are not
the first to write inquiring of the whereabouts of the 'Sl ers
Fred Korcek has been in the minting business for years, he just received a
notice that the wooden nickels he has been minting has caused a lumber shortage
Mary Delgado is pursuing tigers in King So1omon's mines, to the natives in
Africa she is known as 'Bring 'nm Back Alive Delgado
Davine Mast is married and has proven 'Cheaper by the Dozen a faulty
statement. I inquired further and found that she and her marriage partner have
a marvelous baseball team of their own which has played in all of the big
Rodney Keup is now a great author. He has just finished his new book,
nF1ery Saga of the Old South.' His main character was Sarabelle Frizzlcpuss,
fairest flower of the deep south, who is a great friend of his.
Bonnie Copeland is down at the State Penitentiary teaching the fundamentals
of baking and steel works. The officials think they are going to have to dis-
continue this course because of loss of bars and teeth.
Doris Clevenger and Virginia Stall are operating a cafe for truck drivers
only in El Paso, Texas. They are featuring dinners just like dear old Mother
used to make.
Bert Clevenger is now in great despair. He has just heard he has to pay
S5000 fine for shipping his mother in law in a wooden box across the state line
without a trucking permit. This is considered inter-state commerce.
Barbara Manfull has just found out that'Untrue Love Episodes' has accepted
her life story for publication.
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Pat Hilty is married and living in Wyoming She informed me that they had
considerable competition at the county fair, but they finally won the blue rib
bon on their prize heifer
Nancy Snyder, during her spare time in her home has invented a combination
knife, fork, spoon, and safety razor She feels her beloved husband can use the
razor Cwe remember him as a graduate of ' 97
Ruby Loewenstein is in congress She represents New York, and she is sup
porting a bill to have school on Saturdays and night school for those who want
to go to college It is surprising how much the students are supporting it also
Robert Wood just discovered what the thing is He deducted the conclusion
While he was just walking along minding his business, when it fell on his head
and caused him to have a brain concussion He regrets that the knock on the
head caused him to forget what it was
Marlene McConnell is a 'Lady Flat Foot in North Platte, Nebraska, The
town has changed considerably since she took over her job
Ruth Riley is a proprietor of 'Freckles Anonymous,' for red heads only A
graduate of '52 is her partner and we hear they are quite prosperous
Wayne Godfrey is still in the farming business He bet on Sam, his hired
man, in the hog calling contest and won 3500
Jerry Peterson used to be a mortician but since he has to dig too low to
scrape up some cash for his beloved wife Cyou all remember the graduate of 523,
he gave it up, and is now quite famous for the new version of plane for the
Leroy Smith has just received his doctor's degree, a Nobel prize, and three
thousand dollars for a secret formula, X 23 Z, which he sold as a combination
all brand vitamin, hair restorer, furniture polish, and corn remover, which has
been turned over to the atom1c energy commission for further development as a
Lorraine Smith has given up being a chorus girl and has decided to do bal
let Lately she has contracted to do a dance for Joseph Stalin in Russia, pro
viding he doesn't walk out on her when she dances to the 'Star Spangled Banner '
Dema Jean George is selling electric hot pads to the natives in Africa
She has finally convinced them that they will have some use for the pads
Dick Bolin is proprietor of Dick's Studio He has taken our seniors' pic
tures for years and we commend him highly. He was going to enter politics and
kiss babies, but he figured Alben Barkley was too much competition for him
Sylvia Chramosta invented a new medicine that is superior to Hadacol One
day while cooking dinner for her husband, she mixed some ingredients together
that raised the hair off his head Now she is trying to invent something that
will make his hair grow again
Ruth Murray is married and likes it. Both she and her husband own several
oil wells in Texas They plan to venture to Africa to investigate the diamond
Loretta Chramosta is a hair designer for bald headed women. She is quite
famous for her designings She had a nervous breakdown when she found that it
is quite probable that hair restorer can make your hair grow again.
Kathy Wood is at present in New York City in the Empire State Building
She has her own office and her occupation is being a psychoanalyst She psycho
analyzes problem parents for distressed children I hear many perplexed children
come to her in hopes of parent reform
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army--1t's the shape of a fly, only on a larger scale, of course.
Front Row, Left to Right Glen Zimmerman, Joan Vohland, Donna
Howell, Roland Catlin, George Zimmerman, LaBerta Power, Delorls God
frey, Mary Martinez, Joan Kinney
Middle Row Mrs Larsen, Rheta Knott, Bob Catlin, Suzanne Linden
stein, Gailen McMullen, Margaret Reed, Dale Herter, Norma Erpelding,
LaVonne Weston, Marilyn Wrede, Mr Anderson
Back Row Gary McConnell, Herbert Korcek, Leonard DeBrie, Jack
S1gler,Kenneth Ritterbush, Wayne Cudaback, Milton Young, Ronald Power,
John Pedersen, Harold Jones
Not in picture Joan Benge, Richard Moffett, Leland Stubblefield
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President .Donna Howell
Vice President. Jack Sigler
Secretary Marilyn Wrede
Treasurer Norma nrpelding
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Reverend Fraser Spence
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That's where the
trouble began, and
having two hlvh Stab
school age, trouble getting into children, didn't
help matters any Reverend Spence finds the church
0u,aLi Ar 55 building starting to disintegrate, the congregation
split into warring factions, the choir a cross between the oevi1's grand
mother and a swarm of mountain wildcatsfand the town was being
bigotry But this is only a
part of their troubles Z
spite of the many complica
tions the outcome was much
in their favor This brought
down the curtain on an 1
spiring and laugh packed
The success of the play
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was made possible by the other members of the class who mad up the pro
duction staff, and by the capable direction of Mrs Larsen.
Front Row, Left to Right Carl Rockefeller, Helen Bennett, Deloris
Lyons, Patty Stall,Tan1oe Donaldson, Joan Plevenger, Nancy West, Carol
Murray, Charles Delgado
Middle Row Marlene Thomas, Brunson Brown, Claudine Panady, Fldon
Keup, LHPPY Parks, Dale Skow, Lois Reed,Maynard Thomas, Betty Crowell,
Back Row Mr Pope, Shirley Copeland, B111 Ross, Ronald Smlth,
Ch rles Burnham, Dale S1ckler,Bud Kelly, Alvin Hartman,Duane Johansen
Not in picture Robert Anderson, Arthur Hartman
President Lois Reed
Vice Uresident B111 Ross
Secretary Helen Bennett
Treasurer Arthur Hartman
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Colling, Betty Anderson,Dean Yockey, Ray Thomas, Donna Hawke, Margaret
Delgado, Patsy Wiebold, Robert Moffett
Middle Row Mr Oldham, Marlyn Jean Boltz, Phyllis Hilty, Darlene
Puttergill, Eugene Chramosta, Terry Hagge, Janice Weston, Jim Catlin,
Raymond Camp, Janice Cline, Alona Webb
Back Row Janice Homan, Virginia Sutton, Ruby Livingston, Virginia
Cudaback, Rupert Andrade, Marvin Shafer, Neil Scarborough,Gary Schnel
ler, Don Pedersen, Marion Gion, Carolee Carter, Theo Crowell
Absent Frankie Onate
President Neil Scarborough
Vice President Janice Homan
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The Fle amen Initlation
Tue fish School uditorimn
'T sept hher 10, 1 po, 7 do B r
It was a wonderful night for the sophomores when tqey introduced
the freshmen to Gibbon Iigh School through initi tion! The boys c me
dressed as girls, with their hair in pin curls The girls came dressed
as boys with half of their hair in pin curls and the other ialf 1D
braids E ch freshman was equlpped with an onion and a blind fold
First on the a enda, a freshman, accomoanied h a soohomore, went
all over town and took the dog and cat census Upon return'n every
one w s asxed to remove their shoes and tocxinbs Qnd cold spauhetti
served the puroose of flshworms for them to valk on an of nslop
nd one of flower paste didn't feel too pleasant on b re feet
I ke un experts :ent to worfI'! Lipstick, eye shadow, rou e, and
oo uer wer sme red on the faces of the alre dy suffering fres1men
tr wl1n under a bench and mamin the rounds on the floor proved
to we a lot of fun ffor the on looklng sophomoresj falxing up and
uhvin from a two foot 'gang zlanx was next for the unlacky freshmen
fhen all of the gue ts of honor had undergone the precedinf, they
:ere allowed to sit down and rest C J The lucky people had the honor
of being ln conte t, an etr tnrowing contest, and raw eg s were used
After tue floor mad been cleared of all waste,a d noe was enjoyed
b all,a ter vmich a lunch of sandfic es and not chocolate was served
So, without too many unfortunate mismass, the freshmen of '90 'bl went
t1rou 1 the usu l p ocedure of entering ibbon Wlrh
Front Row, Left to Rlght Dick Nilliams, Pearle Clevenger, Everett
Gardner, Jane Vohland, Jim Wiebold, Marilyn Keup, Dale Albin, Mickey
Middle Row Larry Donaldson, Violet Mast, Betty Murray, Maxine
Reed, Larry Doyle, Sharon Rhoadarmer, Nancy Loewenstein, Clara Mae
Back Row Connie Richardson, Salvador Martinez, Jim Wynn, Phyllis
Lyons, Jerry Firme, Bob Kelly, Jack Bender, David Benge, Mrs Zimmer
Not in picture Alma Jensen, Margaret Castaneda, Virginia Latham
JUNIOR HIGH TRI VALLEY
The Gibbon Junior High was
host to the Tri Valley basket
ball tournament February 19,
21, and 22 The opening night
Gibbon romped over Amherst by
the score of 33 to M1 he
next night Gibbon defeated
Shelton, 30 to 18. The last
night they defeated Wood Riv
er, 26 to 12. The starting
five were Marvin Shafer, David
Benge, Bob Kelly, Salvador
Martinez,and Neil Scarborough.
The Gibbon Junior High football team played three games and was
victorious in each contest. The strong line play of the Junior Buf
faloes was evident, having their goal line crossed but once during
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Front Row, Left to Right Doris Aanfull, Donald Miller, Jon Bosse,
Donald Gearhart, Roger Erpeldlng, Gary McMullen, Sidney Sutton, Ernest
Martinez, Pauline Wood, Bobby McMullen, Josephine Farias
Middle Row Janice Hagge, Margurette Maret, Mavis Bals, Mark Clev
enger, Bruce Bundy, Srirley Keiper, Paul Farias, Dale Wrede, Rojane
Rasmussen, MOHlCB Ross, Jack Clark
Back Row Mr McCol1ister, Joan Smith, Carolyn Blanchard, Buddy
Stall, Charles Smith, Nildred DeBrie, Audrey Applegate, Beverly Dan
cer, Duane Frazier, Freddy Reed, Angel Figueroa
Not in picture Pattie Cudaback, Bill Sickler
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The Student Council, an organization formed of two rep
resentatives from each class in high school, is proving its
worth by increasing the understanding between the faculty
and students At these informal meetings of faculty and
held September 28, 1950, with Mr.
The first meeting was
students, our problems and
cisions are made in regard
differences are discussed and de
to school entertainments
Shafer, Mrs Larsen, and
Mr Oldham as sponsors Repre
sentatives from the classes were Seniors, Nancy Snyder,
Presidentyand Wayne Godfrey, Juniors, Suzanne Lindenstein,
Secretary and Jack Sigler, Sophomores, Janice Donaldson and
Charles elly, Vice President, Freshmen, Phyllis Hilty and
Marvin Shafer, Treasurer
These members have been present at all school dances
and parties and have helped in the preparation of these ac
A new subject, added to our schedule for the first time
this year, is our driver education course It is designed
to teach correct motor vehicle operation, including proper
knowledge of signals and laws This system is a great im
provement over the usual trial and error method of learning
The 'driver' car was donated to the school by John
Turner, Chrysler Plymouth dealer. Mr. Shafer is the in
structor, and the course, lasting one semester, is open to
students who will be sixteen years of age or older at the
close of the course, so they may qlalify for their driver's
license. The course includes sixteen hours of actual driv
ing, forty hours of associate instruction behind the wheel,
and twenty hours of book work.
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1 vv1lJ e eroisin, tnoir vocul chords,1t oews it :us e
1 or i od omorus t gouts r olinen L llantly led tqem
into tae musvc roow, mnd after e snort es lon of tnret or
fOu1 TOUIS, me selected tnlrts seven members to name uo he
roll In the wefxs th t follonef tdef 1FdC+1CPd we rtlly for
toe CONlH contests They were determlned to live uo totneir
usual buperlor e lnt
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seven to twelve mee Chorus
entered 1U e candle li Ht aro
cessionel to tee stralns ol O
Come All Ye eitnlul, played
b the Chorus eCCOWQ3DlSt, Claudlne Cened Pollowinf the procession
a selectvon of Christmas c rols wus sung. Tnis included two vocel
solos by Ierlene IcConnell in
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N District Music contest April 13 and 114
Boys Glee, Girls Glee, Mixed Chorus, Band,
and Small Groups performed in these events
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About tne middle of October, the Girls Glee was reduced to
forty six members These sweet female voices echoed through the
quar er of Gibbon Hivh every Monday and Jednesday
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members. Each Tuesday, the classrooms were filled with splendid
music. Once in a great while a faint flat-note floated across
the room to Hr. Oldhamg but it did him no good to look inquisi
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An off key grunt from the bass, K7
A squeaky reed, a leaky valve,
A trumpet man blue in the face
The din was loud and yet
It was the way our high school band
Sounded when they first met
J But that was in September last,
And a laugh I'll probably hear,
when I make the boast tnat we learned the most
And sounded good, at the end of the year
The sibbon School Band organized at the beginning of the
year under the able leadership of Mr Oldham There was a large
group of new members from the lower grades bringing the total
number to forty pieces
Officers elected for the year are President, Leroy Smith,
Vice President, Claudine Canady, and Secretary,Janice Donaldson
The band has played at football and basketball games, and
for pep rallies throughout the year
Tnrough the cooperation of the Board of Education, miscel
laneous donations, and magazine sales by the students from
Jr des five through twelve, the purch se of new uniforms was
The uniforms arrived in time for the District Music Contest
and other activities near the close of the term The new uni
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room What are those yellow monstrosities scattered all over the
house, dining room, bedrooms, even the bathroom99999 You've guessed
itll They belong to Penelope Graham, the maladjusted artist,
this, shall we say, 'slowly going crazyn household
It is the night of the 'Ask Your Sweetheartn dance, but vivacious
Susan and artistic Penelope are no place to be found It seems they
were going to dash' down to the Teen Toggery to buy Penny a gown
Wel1,as you might have known, they have been none for hours, and it is
now seven thirty of the big night
That is only part of this fascinating story of an unusual and
talented girl who would rather have paints and canvasses than a danc
ing gown, who prefers the company of Van Goph's 'Self Portrait' to an
evening with the local 'swcon kingul
There's Penny's father who tried to understand hen and her mother
who sends Penny's easel hurtling to the floor, and her aspirations
crashing down around her ears
Penny brings home the remarkable 'Mister Vincent to nsit or
his portrait, because he bears a striking resemblance tr the great Van
Gogh In fact, Mister Vincent sweeps her off her feet, and they have
a wonderful evening at the nAsk Your Sweetheartu dance
So, as th story ends, a beautiful friendship begins
Penny Graham Kathy Wood
Caroline Graham Devine V885
Cynthia Dalrymple Suzanne Lindenstein
Susan Graham Donna Fowell
Mister Vincent Jerry Peterson
Ted Mathews. Leroy qmith
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The Pep Club held its first meeting during the second week
school under the leadership of Mrs Anderson By popular vote,
chanpe was made in the constitution This year for the first time
membership in the Pep Club was not restricted to a given number of
girls, but was open to all girls with an average of nc or above
The cheer leaders were chosen by the entire student body, and the
drum majorette, twirlers, and mascot were selected by the high school
faculty, as in former years
Officers for the year were President, Davine Ma t,V1ce President,
Katry Wood, Secretary, Nancy Snyder, Treasurer, Marilyn lrede, Food
Chairman, Barbara Manfull, and Assistant Food Chairman,LaVonne Weston
The drum majorette was Ruth E Riley, twirlers, Davine Mast,
Rheta Knott, Norma Erpelding, LaEerta Power, and mascot,Mary Lee Rose
Cheer leaders were Ruby Loewenstein, Nancy Snyder, Donna Howell and
The Pep Club made no changes in their uniforms this year, except
for new majorette hats and beanies
The organization attended all games and pep rallies and performed
special drills for the home games during the holiday season. The food
chai an and committees sold food at all games.
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liams, Donnie Miller
Back Row Bruce Bundy, Jimmie Wynn, Charles Smith, Bob Kelly,
Russell Mc ollister, co ordinator.
One of our school's newest organizations, formed at the begin
ning of the school year, is our Student Patrol, sponsored by the
Board of Education There are eight member that make up this
patrol They are chosen out of the seventh and eighth grade with
four from each grade They serve on the patrol for one semester.
At the end of the semester new members are selected Members are
chosen on the basis of scholarship and the ability to exercise
The duty of the patrol is to direct traffic in the school zone
during the time when students will be crossing the intersections
These hours are from 8 LLB to 9 OS, ll OO to 12 OS 12 ,lg to 1 O5
3 oo to LL 05
The members of the patrol have been provided with traffic stop
signs to use in their work, and belts and rain capes to be worn
during inclement weather
The members of the patrol have done a fine job throughout the
year,show1ng a great interest and pride in their work of protect
ing the safety of our Gibbon school children, and we think they
are being greatly benefited by having the importance of safety
impressed upon them so strongly They, and all of us who observed
their work, will be better future citizens because of their
Members for the second semester are: Eighth grade,David Benge,
Larry Donaldson, Everett Gardner, Jimmie Wieboldg seventh grade,
Roger Erpelding, Ernesto Martinez, Gary McMullen, Duane Frazier.
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Entertainment galore' This
year's assembly programs held
great interest for grades, high
sctool, and faculty alice
First in the course of amuse
ment came Dee Jay Nelson, herpeto
loglst, a well known author'ty on
snake Following Nelson came the
Jallace Chime Rinvers, who were
v ry dlfferent 4 Brown, the
magician, substituted for Albert
Wilcox, bass baritone, wlile the
elodeers were canceled altogether
Next on the agenda wa Archery by
Don and Ginger, which in our e
timation wa the most en ofable of
the program This program was
very relaxing a Don was a very
talented comedian, as well as an
expert in arckery
The next entertainment on fur
calendar of events was on cience
vhi h infolved Robert T Edgar, a
L t, but not least,were
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and the rest of tho Gibbon high
school students joined force for
the annual snale dance vaternelon
feed rn Qeptenber lh, llqi
At seven o' lock everyone met
at the school hcuse tr soac the
bewlldered freshmen, build a bon
fire, introduce the team, and
exercise their vocal chords in
sc ofl yells After thi ordeal,
every able bodl d ind vidual
joined in a sna'e dan e over to
the Davis oar
'hen the wourner over to the
park wa comoleted, everyone in
dulged in eat4nU wntermelons
There were a few individuals who
thought others needed a bath, and
took measures toward this cause
All in all it vas an vening
thoroughly enj yed, thus we close
another event by saving 'It was
The records have it that this
year's dances sup orted a lar e
attendance The student council
sponsored the dances, Jltn the
exception of a benefit dance
given bf the juniors for the our
pose ralslnc funds for the
junior s nior pro
Tne most slectacular OL the
dances wa. the 1HPlStW3S dance
,i en on Deccnber 22, l9SO whicn
at racted a corpara ivclg l -j
The dance which was held on
January 2h,l9Sl, was to strength-
en the polio fund
All in all the dances this
year were enjoyed by each and
every high school student who
On November 10, 1950 the stu
dents of Gibbon High solemnly ob
served Armistice Day
The band played the 'Military
Escort Marchn which ushered in the
Color Guard fRussell Colling, Gary
McConnell, and Gailen McMullenJ.
The audience stood during the
March and remained standing while
Kathy Wood gave the invocation
After the invocation, Rodney Keup
led the audience with the Pledge
to the Fhag, and then the audience
jo1ned in and sang America
Jerry Peterson gave the Armistice
Day address, followed by the band
playing the nNatirnal Anthem
Vveryone stood and remained stand
ing for the retiring of the Color
Guard Dick Williams and Ronald
Power played nTaps
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Flashllll Gibbon High students
voted for the officials of their
choice on November 7 1950 The
election results showed that the
majority of the high school voted
The total number who voted were
76 this is 63 per cent of e
schocl enrollment The senior
class was high in percentage with
57 per cent Next cane the junior
class Wltf a 61 per cent, and the
freshmen followed closely with eo
per cent, The sophomores were less
conscious of their suffrage priv
ileges, as they came in with h8
The election was held so that
the students may see the impor
tance of our suffrage rights
1951, the boys
pep rally which
On January 23
staged a marvelous
was thoroughly enjoyed by every
Jerry Peterson was the master
of ceremonies for the Mildew
Socks O P U station First on the
program was a wrestling bout for
the heavyweight championship of
Mildew County, between Gorgeous
Bughead CBud Kelly! and Rosilini
from Ar entina CBill Ross? The
referee Wayne Cudabackl showed no
favoritism toward either wrestler,
even though he practically mani
cured Bughead's fingernails, there
was no favoritism shown And fin
ally the victor Rosilini from
Next on the agenda was the
I Smell You program when the
nouncer CLeroy Smithl quizzed
various contestants First
the gorgeous 199991 Mrs Ima Freak
KRobert Wood! Her question was,
'How many drops of water go over
Niagara Falls daily9 She took a
stab at a large number, and natu
rally she was wrong but she won a
mover The next contestant was
Archibald Aristobules McFleegel
CEldon Keupl, who carried a two
barrel cap gun on his person,and
he too was quizzed but guessed the
wrong answer Last, but not least
came Mr I Am Stupid lwayne God
freyk who was supposedly very
stupid, but he fooled the audience
by guessing the right answer and
won ten silver dimes
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Ahoy, Mates! Welcome aboard
the good shin G H S
In the Mess Hall we flnd spring
frled chicken wlth all the trhn
min s enouvh t fill any hearty
seamen The waitres e are sopho
more girls adorned in gay sailors'
Sit back now, relax, and listen
to the yarns of the seas told by
the Fqntain and First Mates T
put a little salt in the program,
here are several musical numbers
set to the oc a ion
Next, let's sten to the de k
for a lork at the tropical moon
shining on the rolling wales
dance band 1 playing a dreamy
tune to the sway of the ship, so
get in the mood and have a glori
Sorry to interrupt, Mate, but
here we are at port again Time
t close the log, ending a memor
able and enjoyable vojave
Farewell, Seniors of 1951, and
may you always walk the gangplank
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Front Row, Left to Right Fred Korcek, Wayne Cudaback, Ronald
Power, Jack Sigler, Leonard DeBrie, Charles Kelly
Second Row Rodney Keup, Student Mgr , Ronald Smith, Robert
Wood, Herbert Korcek, Dick Bolin, Leroy Smith, Wayne Godfrey,
Clarence Lierley, Coach
Third Row Dick Moffett, Student Mgr , Eugene Chramosta, Dal
Skow, John Pedersen, Don Pedersen, Eldon Keup, Marion uion, Jailen
McMullen, Russell Colling, Leroy Pope, Assistant Coach
Back Row Larry Parks, Duane Johannsen, Rupert Andrade,G8P
McConnell, Milton Young, Marvin Shafer, Dale Sickler, Neil Scar
borough, Alvin Hartman, Bill Ross
Ansley defeated Gibbon in the first game of the season by a
score of 12 to 7
The Buffaloes did not look like green horns the second Jame of
the season when they won over the Bertrand tean, 26 to 6
The Red Raiders lost a hard fought game by the score of 7 to 6
The Buffaloes suffered their worst defeat of the season when
Ravenna romped over them to the tune of 26 to O.
St. Mary's lost to Gibbon by the decisive score of 25 to 13.
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Central City took the Buffaloes by a score of 19 to O
The Buffaloes managed to hold the Oxford team the first half of
the game, but durinb the second half Gibbon slowed down and the
game ended in Oxford's favor with a score of lh to O
The Buffaloes were victorious the last game of the season when
they defeated Litchfield, 20 to 13
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Ronald Power, Charles Kelly
Middle Row Clarence Lierley, Coach, Wayne Godfrey, Student Manager,
Bill Ross, Gary McConnell, Leroy Pope, Assistant Coach
Front Row Robert Wood, Leonard DeBrie, Jack Sigler, Leroy Smith, Dick
The Buffaloes opened the season with a victory over Hampton to the
tune of EO to 5 The boys showed a strong offense, but their defense was
in need of improvement,
The Buffaloes were picked to lose to Cambridge, but because of the
playing of the Gibbon team, the final score was 53 to 28 with Gibbon on the
Pleasanton held the Buffaloes to a score of to 25 in a rough game
Everyone was throwing the ball away, and it soon turned into a madhouse
Loup ity's Red Raiders came down to let Gibbon win its fourth con
secutive game of the season The Buffaloes maintained an ever growing mar
gin to end the game with a final score of 6 to 39
The Buffaloes repeated the score of the preceding game, 6h to 39, but
with Roseland this time. This game made the fifth win and it was the fifth
in the season.
M Wood River gave Gibbon a set back when they came and won over us 39 to
The Buffaloes started out the New Year right by beating Ravenna 39 to
31. Gibbon was ahead at the end of each period and outplayed Ravenna all
through the game.
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The Whippets of Minden, a rated B team, gave Gibbon another loss, to
Eake us six wins and two losses so far in the season. The final score was
8 to 63.
The Gibbon Buffaloes came back after the Minden game to rack up 80
points to 9helton's 15.
Elm Greek lost to Gibbon by a score of 67 to 23. The Gibbon second
team played most of the second half.
The Buffaloes took a decisive stand at the beginning of the Ansley
name and led all the way through to a final score of 69 to 31.
The Haymakers rolled over Gibbon for the Buffaloes' fourth loss of the
season. Cozad maintained a margin throughout the game, the final score
being M? to 55. Tozad was also a rated B team.
The Shelton Bulldogs showed much better ball-handling in this gamebF8N
in the previous game. This enabled them to hold the score down. Despite
their efforts, the Buffaloes still beat them by a score of M6 to 33.
The Buffaloes ran up against a fast St P6C1ll3 team During one
Dvricd, the third, Gibbon outscored St ecilia s six points The rest of
the tlme they were on the short end of the scoring The final score was 62
to M6 in favor of St P8Cl1l8'S
Overton came close to repeating last year's upset score, but Gibbon
was able to stay ahead mo t of the time and finally won by a score of 57 to
The Buffaloes gave tle spectators a rip roaring ball game Friday
eveninp when they played sn ary's from Grand Island In Gibbon's first
OVGPtlW8 vane of the season, they beat the Cathedral team 66 to ol
The tourna,ent o ened on olday ni ht Vebru rr 19, with Gairo and
easartor, 1 ll a helton and Cv rtor, battlinv it out The ninht
followinr ood Plver beat Elm reek a d iboon beat Albers by a s ore of
70 to 36 On Thurscay night food River olaved Overton and won Gibbon
also won their a e with Plea anton by e ore of fx to 39 Friday nivht
ca e t f n l with Gibbo d off ller oatt n or fir t and senond
Ula e, lrod w1V6P won by a s ore of Cf to L8 OJerton won the con olation
pa e fro Ulea anton, thus wlnninr the third Ula rcnhv
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Pedersen, Robert Wood, Eldon Keup, Dale Skow, Charles Delgado
Middle Row Clarence Lierley, Coach, Alvin Hartman, Ronald
Power, Herbert Korcek, Bud Kelly, Larry Parks, Bill Ross, Leroy
Pope, Assistant Coach
Back Row Milton Young, Charles Burnham, Wayne Cudaback Jack
Sigler, Leonard DeBrie, Marvin Shafer, Dale Sickler
Kearney Invitational Track Meet Kearney
District Meet Kearney
Hastings Invitational Track Meet Hastings
.qiifwo Tri Valley Track Meet Kearney
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Robert Andrade, Eldon Keup
Second Row John Pedersen,Neil Scarborough, Leroy Pope,g0ach
B801 ROY Leroy smith, Marvin Shafer, Wayne Cudaback,Jack
Sigler, Leonard DeBr1e, Herbert Korcek
Rodney Keup of Gibbon High de
cided to take up boxing this year
Rodney was trained by Max Weller
who is an ex professional boxer.
Rodney showed good spirit and could
take the blows and give them, too
In the first fight Rodney was
paired with Lovelace of Lexington
Lovelace KO ed Rodney in l minute
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Rodney took a decision from Jim
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Neice from the State Industrial
School decisioned Rodney 1n three
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fight with Evertts. Evertts deci-
sioned Rodney this time.
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