Gibbon High School - Buffalo Yearbook (Gibbon, NE)
- Class of 1952
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In gratitude Rr the many years of service on our school board, we the
Seniors of l9S2,w1sh to dedicate this annual to Ray Williams. Mr. Williams
has been a member of the school board for seventeen years. During this
time, he has given unselfishly of his time and efforts to improve the
Gibbon Public Schools. A few of these accomplishments were a new grade
school building, aud1toriwm,addit1on of two grade school rooms, vocational
agriculture, and home economics.
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AN OLD CLASS BOOK 3
Adam N Reiter
Perhaps you have it tucked away
In some forgotten nook,
which fate is scarcely fitting
For a treasured 'Mem'ry Book'
And doubtless too, you're occupied
With toil and hopes and fears,
And lack the time to tread again
The path of by gone years
Quite like the cover's musty
And the edges frayed with age
Yet, there's much of clinging interest
On each yellowed, ancient page,
And deep within your being,
You'l1 experience a glow
Wher you view again the faces
That you knew so long ago
It's worth an evening's musing,
And you'1l find it pleasant, too,
Just to stir up 'auld acquaintance
With those classmates that you knew,
You'll relish scenes and stories
And perhaps you'1l risk a grin,
When you read about a 'fracas'
That your special gang was in.
You'll marvel at the 'Prophecies'
This 'Wonder book' relates,
And dwell upon the destined lot,
Of these, your youthful mates
For some must be of high repute,
Still more of less degree
Nhile many plod a simple way
Just 'folks' like you and me!
A few You'll pause a moment
When you turn the pages back,
To gaze on those whose likeness
Should be 'kem'ry etched in black'
Whose names once graced the roster,
Ere the summons came to 'pass'
But still vithin your Class Book
They are 'Lembers of the ClassX'
An oasis in Fancy, this,
And green throughout the years
Where one may rest a pensive hour
Amidst the smiles and tears--
Ah, Friend! There's rich reflection
That you shouldn't overlook,
In between the faded covers. . .
Of your Old Class Book!
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THE 1952 YEARBOOK
made possible by
Manager Norma Erpelding
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President Suzanne Lindenstein
Vice President Gary McConnell
Secretary Donna Howell
Treasurer John Pedersen
Production Manager........ ...Gary McConnell
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GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY
Front Row, Left to Right Mrs Elaine Johnson, Mrs Alvah Zimmerman
Mr Russell McCol1ister, Mrs June Wrede, and Mrs Cladys Beltzer
Miss Elsie Hageman
HIUH SCHOOL FACULTY
Front Row, Left to Rlght J Vernon Anderson, Hr Leroy Pope, hm
Glen Shafer, Mr Howell Oldham, and Mr Alfred Bang
Back Row Mrs Adelaine Bals, Mrs Nilma Larsen, and Irs Ann Ander
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Back Row - Miss Mary Chramosta, Mrs. Ruth Ice, Mrs. Jim Clark, and
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'It is better to play
than do nothing
Basketball 1 Boys' Glee 1,2, Junior
'Better a blush in the face
than a spot in the heart.n
Band l,2,3,hg Mixed Chorus kg Girls'
Glee l,2,3,hg Pep Club 2,3,u.
'I'm here, even if I don't
FFA Officer M, FFA
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F 'Q ' Track 23 Boys' Glee 23 Junior Play 33
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'I always get the better
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Class Officer 2gFootba1l 14,2-4,3-rr Lp!-
Baeketball 2 34 he Track 2 3 M
Baseball 34 5, Mixed Chorus 3, , Boyd
Glee 1,2,3, One Act Play Stage Mana
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'He blushes all is safe
Class Officer l,2, Football l,34,h4
Basketball 14 24,34, 4, Track l,34,
Baseball 34 , All Conference Foot
ball 3 A11 Conference Basketball 2,3,
All State 3, Junior Play 3, Dramatics
'The future is a
convenient place for dreams
Class Officer Student Council
Mixed Chorus , Girls' Glee l,2,3 ll
Junior Play 3 Dramatics l O 1 p m
Typing Pin 3, Annual Staff , Honor
able lention 1,2,3 Pep Club 2,3
Pep Club Officer Majorette 3
Accompanist 3, Librarian 3
nLife is just one th ng
'The most completely lost of all da s
is the one on which I6 have not laughed
Girls' Glee l,2, Junior Play 3
Dramatics 1 2,3,h SO v p Typing
Pin 3, Honorable Mention 2,3, Pep Qub
3, Librarian 2,3,
Track 3 M Baseball M, Boys' Glee
To all my friends
I leave kind thoughts
Class Officer 3, , Student Council 2
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Chorus 1,2,3,h, Girls' Glee 1,
Girls' Sextet 3 dixed Octet
Act Play 3, Junior Play 3,Lra
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Typing Pin 3 Honorable Men
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Officer , Cheerleader 2 3 M Annual
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'The secret of success in life
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for his opportunity when it comes
Boys' Glee 1,2, Junior Play 3 Student
Manager 3e,u4, FFA u, FFA officer A
Mixed chorus 2,3Jl Girls' Glee 1 2,3,
, Mixed Octeig 3 Dramaticsg 1,2 Libra
'The cruellest revenge of a
woman is often to remain
faithful to a man "
lixed Chorus 2,3,ll Girls' Glee 1,2
3, , Vocal Solo 3, , Junior Play 3
Dramatics 2, Pep Club l,2,3 M, Major
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Football l,2+,34,hn, Basketball l,2,
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Mixed Chorus 3,h, Boys' Glee 1,2,3 M
'A young lady with plenty of dash!
She chose her Romeo
from the senior class
Class Officer M, Student Council 3
Mixed Chorus 3 A Girls' Glee 1,2,j
One Act Pla 3, Junior Play 3
w,p m Typing Pin 3 Annual Staff
Honorable Mention l,2,3, Pep Club 1,
2 M Pep Club Officer U,Cheerleader
'I have never been hurt
by anything I d1dn't say
Mixed Chorus 3, Girls' Glee 1,2,3,h
Dramatic: 2,3, Pep Club 2,3
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in any market '
Girls' Glee 1,2
nL1fe is easy, smooth an slow,
do what comes
and let the rest go '
Pep Club 2,3, Honorable Mention 3
More men are sorry for speaking
than keeping silent '
Class Officer M, Football 34 A Bas
ketball 3 hi Mixed Chorus 2
Boys' Glee l,2,3 A
fy 'J l Q GARY MCCONNELL
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Football 2,3, 6, Basketball l,2,3,h4
Nu... lixed Chorus Boys' Glee l,2,3 M
nl know who my grandfather was,
but I'm more concerned
what his grandson will be
Basketball 1,2 Track 1, Baseball 2,
Perfect Attendance l,3, Student Hana
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Q JOHN PEDER SEN
'A bashful boy of the FFA
He will be a farmer some day
Class Officer Football 24,34, 4
Basketball 1 2,3, 4 Track 2, Base
ball 2,34,h, Boys' Glee l,2, Junior
Play 3 Boys' State 3 Annual Staff
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Play 3, Dramatics 1, 2, 3 , Perfect
Attendance l,2,3 50 I p m Typing
Pin 3, Honorable Mention 1,2,3 Instru
mental Soloist l,2,3, , Student Band
Director M, Pep Club 2,3,h, Pep Club
'Let us be such
as help the life of the future '
3,h, Football 24, 34 4 Basketball
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All Conference Basketball l,2,3 Boys'
Glee 1, Junior Play 3, Annual Staff
M, Student Manager 1
LELAND STUBBLEF IELD
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yea! he shall rise
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Class orr1eer 1, Band 1,2,3,h, sized
Chorus 2 3 M, Girls' Glee 1 2,3
Junior Pla 3, Annual Staff Pep
Club 1,2,3, , Cheerleader
'No words can express
her infinite sweetness '
Girls' Glee 1 2,3,h Junior Play 3
Dramatics 1,2, Perfect Attendance 1
,3, Annual starr L, Hmrrable Mention
3, Pep Club 2, , , Pep Club Officer
'Her mind is here,
but her heart is elsewhere
class orf1cer 3 Band l,2,3,h, Mixed
Cho us 2,3,h, Girls' Glee 1,2
Vocal Solo 3 M Junior Play 3
I p m Typing Pin 3, Annual Staff
X. Honorable lention 1,2,3, Pep Club 1
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GEORGE ZIMMERMAN E
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Baseball 3, FFA 1'
CLASS COLORS Silver and Powder Blue
CLASS IOTTO Face the sunshine and the shadows
will fall behind you
CLASS FLOWER Scarlet Rose
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On that memorable day, September just four years ago, a group of
green frightened freshies entered Room 5 at Gibbon High School We were
as follows Joann Benge, Ronald Catlin, Robert Catlin, Wayne Cudaback,
Leonard DeBr1e, Norma Jean Erpeldlng, Jeanine Farris, Deloris Godfrey,
Dale Herter, Donna Howell, James Isaac, Richard Johnson, Harold Jones,
Lorraine Kenton, Joyce Kinney, Rheta Knott, Herbert Korcek, Suzanne
Lindenstein, Mary Loeffelholz, Mary Martinez, Delores Martinez, Gary
McConnell, Gailen McMullen, Myrna McNair, Richard Moffett, Glendon Moller,
Kenneth Rltterbush, Arnold Sealing, Jack Sigler, Rex Stibor, Leland
Stubblefield, Joan Vohland, Lavonne Weston, Marilyn Wrede, Milton Young,
George Zimmerman, and Glen Z1mm9PmlDdl1
We made Mzthrough initiation all right,and started getting acquainted
with one another The officers of our freshman class were
President Myrna McNair Secretary Joan Vohland
Vice President Jack Sigle Treasurer Leonard DeBrie
Representatives in the Student Council were LaBerta and Ronald Power
After the school year and summer vacation were past, we were only too
happy to return again and be greeted once more by our cheerful classmates
Seeing their smiling faces made us realize that we really had missed them
during vacation One student, Harold Cepel, was added to the enrollment,
and Rex Stibor, Myrna McNair, Lorraine Kenton, Mary Loeffelholz, and
Glendon Moller were dropped
The first event of importance was election of class officers
President Wayne Cudaback Secretary Leonard DeBrie
Vice President Jack Sigler Treasurer Arnold Sealing
Donna Howell and Harold Cepel were chosen for the Student Council.
lr Nelson was again our class sponor
At the end of the first semester, Richard Johnson changed schools,
and Delores Martinez dropped at the end of the year
As we entered our junior year, thirty strong, we began to really feel
the superiority of being upper classmen It was exciting to choose and
receive our class rings On December 3 we presented our junior class play,
'One Foot in Heaven Under the guidance of Mr Anderson and Mrs Larsen,
our banquet was a successful highlight of the year Officers were
President Donna Howell Secretary Marilyn Wrede
Vice President Jack Sigler Treasurer Norma Erpelding
Jack Sigler and Suzanne Lindenstein served on the Student Council
Ahl We finally reached the last rung of the ladder! Seniors, at
last! This was the most important and busiest year of our high school
Our class officers were:
President - Suzanne Lindenstein Secretary Donna Howell
Vice President - Gary McConnell Treasurer John Pedersen
Jack Sigler and Norma Erpelding were on the Student Council.
We gained Donna Matzner and Mary Loeffelholz in our class enrollment,
but lost Ronald and LaBerta Power, and Kenneth Ritterbush.
On lay 16, as we marched down the aisle to the 'Preist's larch,' we
realized this was the closing of four of the best years of our lives.
Our class sponsor was Mr. Nelson.
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This is the year 1902. Wonder what our high school classmates are
doing Let's take a look hop aboard the magic carpet and whishhhh here
Look at the scyscrapers! This must be it is .New York! There's
Donna Matzner hurrying to work She's a lady reporter for the New York
Times Her specialty is the obituary column
Let's fly over and see our old friend, Milton Young, in Chicago, the
windy city It's a rumor he raises turkeys in his pent house.
See that sign board over there Isn't that a picture of Joann Benge?
It is! uDrink Selpmid for Dlmples like Mine
Tall corn looks like we must be in Iowa There's the university
Peggy Reed attended She is now a noted researcher in chemistry Her
latest discovery is a chemical which attracts men when placed on one's big
My, hasn't Omaha grown! We ought to stay over and watch Mary Mar
tinez's television show Everyone with a heavy heart listens to uMerry
Moments with Mary W By the way, Herb Korcek is the latest singing sensa
tion of the radio His theme song is 'So Tired '
Erpelding waving from the cockpit She looked real nice in her airline
stewardess' uniform, didnlt she?
Jack Sigler has made quite a name for himself as coach at Nebraska
University We hear he's doing some coaching on his own at home
There's our rival town, Shelton Rheta KKnottJ is using the leader
ship she learned as head majorette in Gibbon High School, as she is now
leading the Life of Riley,
Don't some of those faces look familiar around Gibbon? There's Dale
Herter, the well known cattle rancher He flies his cattle to Omaha by
means of the Stubblefield privately owned and operated airline
Out southeast of Gibbon, there is George Zimmerman's Dairy Farm which
supplies Gibbon and vicinity with milk and dairy products.
Gibbon is well kept up on the news now that Gailen fHa1f Moon? is
editor of the Gibbon Ripsnorter Joan Vohland provides the home town paper
with her excellent photographs of women wrestlers
There's John Pedersen's homestead He has been selected the Farmer
of the Year Could have something to do with his training in GHS
Dick Moffett is home on furlough from the National Guards Upon his
return, he is up for promot4on as he now has ther'equ1red twelve whiskers.
Letfs leave our home town and travel west in search of our other old
That little school house on top of the hill is where Mary Loeffelholz
teaches the 3 RVs. She is a favorite with all the pupils
Look over there in the mountains of Colorado Isn't that Suzanne
lLindenste1nD and Leonard DeBr1e looking over their herd of sheep Looks
like they're wooly' doing well
No, .nat red you see doesn't mean we're in Russia. That's LaVonne
Westonls cherry orchard In the distance you can see her pie baking
factory The sign says 'LaVonne's Luscious Cherry P1e.'
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It's a plane, 1t's a bird...no...1t's a plane, and that's Norma Jean
A three ring circus means fun Haven't we got ti e to stop? Wayne
Cudaback finally found a very suitable vocation He is billed as the
funniest clown in Barnum and Ba1ley's circus
On to Cali.forn1a Professor Bob Catlin of California Univershq
teaches driver's education His rules are very strict, his students must
be able to drive on one wheel and skid not less than 30 feet each stop
Bright lights and glamour usher us into Hollywood. Marilyn Wred has
put her art ability to work and is dreaming up new characters for Walt
Let's kaave this bright California sun and travel north Ronald Cat
lin is a famous surgeon in Portland, Oregon His specialty is appendec
tomies He has it so perfected in detail that he can perform the complete
operation in 1 min 30 sec
Brrrl No wonder, this is Alaska. However, Harold Jones seems to
I've often wondered where Gary McConnell moved to All the girls in
Lower Slobovia are simply crazy about him since he is their hero on the
Hold on to your heads, we're flying over Borneo That exploration
party down the e is led by Joyce Kinney She is gathering material for
her next book, HOW TO GET AHEAD
Jolly, old bean, here we are in England Donna Howell, the first
woman president of tH6 United States, is over visiting Queen Elizabeth
She's presenting a much larger budget next year so she can afford music
lessons to keep up with Harry Truman's piano playing and vacations
So, after we have found our old classmateq it is time to return home
Even though they are scattered over the world, we will always remember
them as our dear classmates of good old GHS, class of 1952
I, Joann Benge, leave my cute dimples to Everett Gardner, to help
promote romance in Gibbon High
I, Robert Catlin, leave my orneriness to M Anderson as if he has
an under supply
I, Ronald Catlin, leave my quietness to Jack Carpenter, eo he won't
get eighth hours all the time
I, Wayne Cudaback, leave my gift of gab to Virgene Lange, so GHS
won't get stale from silence.
I, Leonard DeBrie, leave my 'Toni' to Hickey McConnell Good luck,
look what it got me
I, Norma Erpelding, leave my typing speed to I . Oldham, so he can
get his tests typed out on time.
I, Deloris Godfrey, leave my good grades in American Government to
David Case Study hard!
I, Dale Herter, leave my grin to Lowell Johannsen, so there'll be a
jolly GHS in the future.
like it up here. Mrs. Jones is tired of ermine coats....she wants a nice
I, Donna Howell, leave my quiet voice to Claudine Canady The Hart
man twins can use it, too
h I, Harold Jores, leave my redhead, but I'l1 be back at seven to pick
I, Joyce Kinney, would leave my sparkler to brighten up GHS, but I'm
too fond of it myself
I, Rheta Knott, leave my long hair to any girl who thinks she won't
have the temptation to cut it off
I, Herbert Korcek, leave my ability to sleep to someone with an over
supply of bed sore ointment
I, Suzanne Lindenstein, leave my pep and volume to all future cheer
leaders of GHS Keep up the school spirit!!
I, Mary Loeffelholz, leave my bashful manners to Bill Ross Then we
won't be able to tell when he is around
I, Mary Martinez, leave my giggles to Irs Larsen Take good care of
them, as they've had plenty of use
I, Donna Matzner, leave my sister, Normalee, to Gibbon High School,
so I can keep up on all the news
I, Gary McConnell, leave my hot rod and my blonde to any lucky boy
who can afford gas and eats
Now, mayve someone else will be the first one outz1'the school when the
I, Richard Moffett, leave my hard and tedious job as waterboy to
James Slater, if he thinks he can carry the water jug
I, John Pedersen, Leave my interest in F F A to Jimmy liebold, so he
won't have to live in a city all his life
I, Peggy Reed, leave my stature and natural blonde hair to Robert
Loeffelholz I'm keeping my pen pals
I, Jack Sigler, leave my extra inches of height to Dick Williams
CPlus some athletic ability J
I, Leland Stubbelfield, leave my bass voice and nickname to Larry
Parks, so he may be heare in English class
I, Joan Vohland, am leaving the Buick to my sister, Jane, since 1t's
a nice doo dad to have in the family
I, LaVonne Weston,leave my ability to cook to Raymond Camp so he will
gain some extra pounds
I, Marilyn Wrede, leave my natu allycurly hair to laxine Reed, so she
Cin get her beauty sleep without pin curls
I, Milton Young, leave my ability to give speeches in English class
to Helen Bennett, so she can have more practice for the original oratory
I, George Zimmerman, leave my excess height to Virginia Cudaback, lo
they can't nickname her Half pint "
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I, Gailen McMullen, leave my slowness of movement to Bob Moffett.
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Front Row, Left to right Claudine Canady, Janice Donaldson, Helen
Bennett, Carol Murray, Nancy Nest, Mona Mason, Delores 'yons
Second Row Mrs Anderson, Patty Stall, Normalee Matzner, Marlene
Thomas, Betty Crowell, Lois Reed, Mr Anderson
Third Row Carl Rockefeller, Charles Del ado, Brunson Brown, David
Case, Maynard Thomas
Top Row Duane Jonannsen, Larry Parks, Charles Kelly Dale Skow
Not in picture Artnur Hartman, Bill Ross
President Helen Bennett
Secretary Janice Donaldson
Treasurer Bud Kelly
Mrs Judith Wentworth
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
Mr Collins a widower, decides to marry again and invites his frlend,
Mrs Wentworth, and her pretty daughter Dlana for a visit The Collins
young people, feeling for their father's welfare, determine to upset the
venture, Millie, by belng haufhty to the guests, young Lorna, by hypnotiz
ing Diana into leavlng, and good natured Dennis, by following his sister's
advice But what a comeuppance Dennis falls for Diana, Lorna hypnotizes
herself instead of her victim, and Millie is physically brought to apolo
gize by the determined Pandora, their loved cook and up bringer When
imaginative Millie's supposed millionaire beau appears in his garage
attendant's uniform, it's the end
With the help of the production staff and the capable direction of
Mrs. Larsen, the play was a big success.
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Front Row, Left to ri5ht Sharlene Herter, Margaret Delgado, Betty
Anderson, Carolee Garten Janlce Cllne, Marljn Boltz, Donna Herman, Phyllis
Second Row Darlene Puttergill, Virginia Sutton, Rub, Livlngston,
Virglnia Cudaback, Janice Neston, Janice Homan, Patsy Niebold
Third Row Bob Chapman, Jim Catlin, Raymond camp, Bob Yocxey, nugene
Chramosta, Ray Thomas, Bob Moffett
Top Row Terry Hagge, Donald Pedersen, Marvin Shafer, Neil Scar-
borough, Frankie Onate, Mr. Pope.
Not in D1CtUP9 Garrle Schneller
President Patsy Nlebold
" Vice rresident - Marvin Shafer
1 f Secretary-Treasurer - Janice Homan
IARCH OF TIME FOR SOPHOIORES
Another day begins
Pauline and her boy friend are getting home
Bedtime for all youngsters
Duane's watch must have stopped, Patsy is just going home
M Anderson is dreaming up a hard World History test
Neil Scarborough is lighting fire crackers again
Virginia Cudaback lets out a yell in her sleep
Carolee Carter gets up because she forgot to put the cat out
Jim Catlin starts doing the chores.
The town kids start getting up for school
Things start buzzing at the school house
Eugene and Donald are just getting to school
Everyone wakes up to go to the next class.
The Home Ec girls hurry to class
Robert Moffett leaves Voc Ag class with orders from
Bang to report to the assembly
Dean and Terry start their daily routine ol walking up and
Smith's is crowded with students stocking up with candy to
last all afternoon
Students come straggling back to school
Janice W and Darlene are primping before the mirror
Marlyn and Raymond hurry in as the last bell rings
Marvin is asking Janice H how to work an algebra problem in
Mr Anderson calls order in the assembly
Sharlene, Phyllis, Ray, Frank, Janice C all report to
Oldham's second English class
Ruby is working on her Home Ec
Students begin to break up gab sessions and wander home for
their evening meal
Ahl What a meal!
Margaret and Virginia 3 are sure to be studying by now
Patsy, Donna, and Janice are getting ready for dates
Marvin is trying to get his dad's car again
Garrie Schneller started through town with his dad's Chryslen
All underaged children are going home to bed
Betty is sure to be asleep by now
End of a perfect day Good night!
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Front Row, Left to right Maxine Reed, Sharon Rhoadarmer, Nancy
Lcewcwsre r Jane Vohland, Marylin Keup, Clara Mae West, Glennadele
Cxawloxd, Carolyn Catlin
Qecond Row M1ckey McConnell, Jimmy Wleboll, Vlolet Mast, Betty
Murray, Connie Richardson, Arlene Kuchera, Virgene Lange, Everett Gardner,
Bob Loeffelholz, Dick Williams
Third Row James slater, Dale Albin, Larry Donaldson, Larry Doyle,
Jacxie Carpenter, Lowell Johannsen, narl Sands, Bob Kelly, Lynn Young
Top Row Jimmy Wynn, Jerry blrme, Doug helch,Don Cllne, Don Schmldt,
Jerry Krlha, Donald Moss, David Ben e, Mr Oldham
Not in picture Salvador Martlnez
Dresident Jerry Kriha
Vice President Sharon Rhoadarmer
Secretary Jane Vohland
I 1 Treasurer Bob Kelly
On September 7 1951 36 lowly
freshmen were initiated into GHS by
the sophomores The boys came dressed
as girls with blue ribbons and green
ribbons in their hair The girls came
dressed as boys with their hair in
thirteen different braids, each braid
being tied with a different colored
ribbon Each freshman was equipped
with an onlon, a blindfold, and a
First on the list, the freshmen
took their little toothbrushes and,
provlded with plenty of soapy water,
commenced to scrub the sidewalk on
the north side of the school They
were then paired off and sent around
town to take the dog and cat censu
There were a few bumped heads when
the freshmen decided to find out if
they were really being made to crawl
plank and jumping two feet to the
floor came asa surprise to the fresh
Upon returning to the school house
the freshmen removed their shoes and
stockings They were then made to
eat the onions whhh they had brought
A pan of paste and water and one of
slop were not too pleasant to e
bare feet The suffering freshmen
were then decorated with lip stick
After the floor had been cleaned
of all wastes, a dance and a lunch of
doughnuts and punch were enjoyed by
So without anyone getting hurt or
killed, the freshmen of U51 52N went
through their ini iation into dear
old Gibbon Hlgh
under benches. Walking up a gang-
Front Row, Left to right Doris Manfull, Patty Cudaback, Delores
Herman, Billie Chapman, Pauline Wood, Marguarette Meret, Mavis Bals, Janis
Second Row Bobby McMullen, Jack Clark, Donald Gearheat, Gary
McMullen, Bruce Bundy, Dale Wrede, Sidney Sutton, Roger Erpeldlng, Jon
Third Row Rojane Rasmussen, Shirley Keiper, Alice Nielson, Monica
Ross, Joan Smith, Beverly Dancer, Mildred DeBrie, Audrey Applegate
Top Row Mrs Zimmerman, Charles Smith, Duane Frazier, Fred Reed,
Not in picture Ernesto Martinez, Donald Miller, Margaret Castenada
The Junior High first team
penter, Donald Cline, Bob Kelly,
Dick Williams The members of
basketball squad consisted of Jack Car
Fred Reed, Charles Smith, Doug Welch, and
the second team were Jack Clark, Roger
Erpelding, Jerry Firme, Duane Frazier, Ralph Knott, Gary L1ndenste1n,Ernie
Martinez, Gary Mclullen, Donald Miller, Donald Richardson, Buddy Stall,
Sidney Sutton, Jim liebold, and Dale Wrede
Three games were won and three were lost
ment, the trophy was won
They were cheered on by the Junior High
twenty seven members under the direction of
leaders for the 1951 1952 season were Mildred
Monica Ross. The pep club was present at all
In the Junior High tourna
pep club, which consisted of
Mrs Zim erman The cheer
DeBr1e, Barbara Leonard, and
Front Row, Left to right Sharon Clark, Shirley Roos, Marjene Myer,
Sonya Aldrich, Alta Albin, Nancy Guthriq Shirley Donaldson, Thais uuthrie
Middle Row Barbara Wiebold, Patricia Coon, Barbara Cline, Patricia
Patterson, Carolyn Torske, Rosita Garcia, Janis Rasmus en, Donna Schnase
Top Row Ronald Daily, Steven Odell, James Cllne, Jean Walker, Ann
Wilson, Lorraine DeBr1e, Bradley Dwiggins, Mrs Ice, James Anderson
Not in picture David Castenada, Arthur Martin z
Front Row, Left to right Linda Hasge, Beverly Bundy, Josephine
Farias, Marlene Schnase, Judith Keup, Lee Del Howard, Kay Carter.
Middle Row Ralph Knott, Ronald Richardson, Tomise Onate, Elaine
Brandt, Joyce Dancer, Barbara Leonard, Benny Garcia, Howard Gearhart.
Top Row Donald Richardson, Roger Daily, Bobby Firme, Gary Torske,
Gary Lindenstein, Donald Anderson, Nr. McCollister.
Not in picture Josephine Farias, Paul Farias, Milton Blomquist,
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Middle Row Robert Vaszuez, Kenneth Meret, Steven Clark, Rex Bender
Kenneth Kenton, Wendell Roos
Top Row Jerry Reed, Lar y Fatlin, Doyle Prazler, Mrs Clark
Front Row, Left to right Linda Keup, Elaine Meret,
Rozellen Giddings, Mary Lou Peterson, Sherry Odell, Karen
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Middle Row Charles Hunt, Richard Spaulding, Carol
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Top Row Junior Castenada, Warren Camp, Mearl Plunkett, Emery
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Middle Row Alan Keup,Marion Harvey,Kenneth Guthrie, Wesley Merrell,
Merle Lyons, Leslie Jurgens, Graig Nutter, Jerry Coon, Warren Catlin
Top Row Larry Weakley, Robert West, Bernard Lyons, Roger Cudaback,
Sammy Castenada, Ray Vasquez, Tony Reyes, John Clark, Mrs Johnson
Front Row, Left to right Joyce McMullen,Jennie Hunt, Jane Williams,
Carol Rasmussen, Patty Thomas, Janet Palmquist, Pamela Carter, Bernice
Onate, Judy Little
Middle Row Gus Vasquez, Dale Gearhart,Mary Ann Clark, Janet Walker,
Susan Bateman, Emily Gonzalez, Jo McFadden, Alan Sigler, Larry Anderson,
Top Row Jim y Wilkens, Henry Jurgens, Bradley Bundy, Donald Shafer,
Steven Reeds, Royal Hansen, Steven Nutter, Miss Chramosta.
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Virginia Willis, Ruth Gonzalez, Patricia DeBrie, Linda McKeon, Janet
Schamber, Louetta Keener, Robert Albin, Gary Landry
Middle Row Gene Harvey, Jack Oldham, Lynn Rogers, Gail Clark, Mary
Garcla, Frances VanV1eet, Richard Castenada, Ronald Coon, Mickey Ross
Top Row Martin Peterson, Jerry Harris, Kurtl Lauen Richard Shafer,
Bruce VanV1eet, Oscar Neilson, Mrs Beltzer
Not in picture Naomi Gonzalez
Front Row, Left to right Susan Reed,Lo1s Ann Howard, Dorkus Farias,
Joy Vohland, Mary Kay Reeds, Verla Rasmussen, Cheryl Schlattman
Middle Row Mike Bang, Ardyce Wilke, Sharon Wilcox, Clara Wilcox,
Rita Castenada, Virgil Giddings
Top Row Mrs Wrede, Sammy Keener, Bobby Kelpen John Wilkens, Arthur
Bergmann, Jimmy Daily
Not in picture Petra Reyes
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are chosen from each class to take part in the
Student Council The following were chosen
Senior Class Norma Erpelding and Jack Sigler
Junior Class Lois Reed and B111 Ross
Sophomore Class Ibnna fimanand Neil Scarborough
Freshman Clma lhncy Loewenstain and Jerry Kriha
The first meeting was held on September 1, 1951
with In Shafer as the sponsor Officers were chosen
President Jack Sigler
Secretary B111 Ross
Together the sponsors and representatives from
the classes meet to plan school entertainment
The Student Council is in charge of the new pop
machine installed near the entrance of the gymnasium
The profits will go for a school dance at the end of
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under the leadership of Mr Anderson Agaln thls year, the membership in
the Pep Club was not restrlcted to a rlven number of girls, but was open to
all girls with a SChOlBSClC average of VCU or BDOV6
The high school faculty selected the drum majorette, tWlPk?PS, and
mascot, as 1n former years The cheer leaders were chosen by the entire
Officers for the year were President, Donna Howell, V1ce President,
Norma Erpelding, Secretary, Suzanne Llndenstein, Trea urer, LaVonne Weston,
Food Chairman, Peggy Reed, Assistant Food Chairman, Nancy Nest
The drum majorette for football season was LaBerta Power and the drum
magorette for basketball sea on was Rheta Knott Tuirlers were Claudine
Canady, Janlce Homan, Norma Erpeldlng, farllyn Nrede, and mascot, Susan
Reed Cheer leaders were Helen Bennett, Donna Howell, Suzanne Lindenstein,
and Joan Vohland
The Pep Club members made no changes in thelr uniforms this year,
except for the new magorette UD1fOPWS They were made of whlte corduroy
w1th gold brald on them
The or anlzation attended all Eames and performed special drllls for
the home Lanes durlng the hollday season The food cnairman and CONmlTt99S
sold food at all nome bames Committees also olanned pep rallies for home
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school area were awakened by the oompah pah of the high school band
wasn't easy for the band members to get to school at eight o'clock for
their playing and marching rehearsals but they were greatly rewarded when
they were selected as one of the flfty flve bands to travel to Llncoln for
They looked pretty sharp ln thelr new uniforms and were rated good on
The Harvest of Harmony at Grand Island was the second spec'al event
for the band After the parade, the bands went to the St lary's football
field All bands were allowed eight minutes ln which to perform Gibbon
was rated ugood plus
October 25 was another date for the Plbbon band The whole groun
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Tri Valley Vocal C1in1c in Shelton on March 31
Massed Mixed Chorus
District Contest in Grand Island on April 18 19
Local Mus1c Program ln Apr11
STATE MUCIC CLINIC
The mornlng of November 15, flV6 students climbed aboard the nnew
yellow limousine' Qschool busl for three days' participation in the State
Music Cllnic at York More passenaers were picked up at Shelton and Mood
Rlver, the Journey was underway
Carl Rockefeller, Bud Kelly, Ronald Power, and Donna Iovell sang ln
the chorus of six hundred Peggy Reed played the flute ln a band of 193
The 6V6H1Hg of November 17, tne orchestra, band, and chorus presented
a two hour concert After the concert, our bus headed for Glbbon wlth a
group of worn out, but happy, musicians
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Fog on the Valley
Sarah Lawson, a kindly, vigorous neighbor buzanne Lindenstein
Judith, Norr1e's stepmother, newly widowed Donna Howell
Cathy McCullough, a neighbor girl Claudine Canady
Reverend Harkins, a forthright preacher Charles Kelly
Clem Bailey, who wants more land Bill Ross
Norrie Carson, Dave Carson's son Bob Kelly
Before he died, Dave Carson had despaired of ever compromising the
bitter feud that had raged in his cabin between Judith, his wife, and
Norrie, his moody, seventeen year old son When Dave's fir t wife had
died at Norr1e's birth, the father and son had become inseparable compan
ions Little wonder, then, that this lonely boy resented the coming of
Judith as his stepmother she with the delicate hands and superior air
Small wonder, too, that as the Reverend says uThe devil's about set to
L the trigger inside 'em bothl'
When sensitive, headstrong Norrie returns from his father's grave, he
brings his saddleba s from the attic and announces that he is leaving the
valley Nor can the Reverend's logic or the tearful pleading of Cathy
in a final, never to be forgotten clash of temperaments, do Norrie and
Judith come to inevitable grips with their misunderstandhgsznd resentments
resentments which, in the white heat of emotions turned loose, are sud
denly, startlingly, and convincingly shattered The fog lifts sunlight
floods the valley, and Dave's dream as weD.as the hopes of Judith Norrie,
and Cathy stand forth in bright promise
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A new subject, Voc tional Agriculture, was added this year There
are three classes, a total of no students, with Mr Alfred Bang as the
instructor e course is open to all boys interested in future farm
On September lo 1951, thirty of the Vocatlonal Agriculture students
organized to join the Future Farmers of America Thus, the F F A C p
ter of Gibbon was started They meet one evening of each month Officers
were elected as follows
President John Pedersen Treasurer Charles Delgado
Vice President B111 Ross Reporter Harold Jones
Secretarv Duane Johannsen Sentinel Ronald Catlin
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tackle on dm Gibbon High School foot
ball team, represented the Gibbon
II team over KGFW He told the names
and weights of the players, and said
that Gibbon was undefeated, however,
the following Friday we suffered our
first defeat from Ravenna Bud said
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which was their homecoming game, but
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his personal interests and views on
On October 19, John Cress and an
assistant, resented a ro am of
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ituhhdr Mrs trampoline and balance act
emiahmi the history and development
and gave many interesting highlights
on trampoline, tumbling, balancing,
and safety techniques His comedy
antics were also a highlight on the
program Three students from the
audience volunteered to put on their
own act on the trampoline, which
resulted in many laughs It was a
delightful program for everyone.
September 27 marked the day of great anticipation for students of
Gibbon Schools Why? Our first National Assembly Progrmmll Sylvia and
Jerry Delicath entertained us with music on the Hammond organ and vocal
solos by Jerry Even the smallest fry enjoyed his interpretation of a
Hollywood 'character who turned out to be Donald Duck Sylvia played
many beautiful selections on the organ including a foot solo in 'Parade of
the Wooden Soldiers Other features were 'Old Man River,n 'Sing a Song
of Six Pence, 'Whiffenpoof Song, and a medley of popular tunes Every
one agreed this was one of the finest National Assembly Programs ever to
We may not enjoy all at once the fruits of research and the develop
ments which may make a physical paradise here in our nation, but we will
see, in a measurable span of thmq great progress in industry, agriculture,
medicine and power
Mr Orville Roberts explains un important facts about the peace time
uses of atomic power on January 26, to the Gibbon High School His talk
was made interesting and educational as Mr Roberts told us the facts in
language we understood and enjoyed
Captain Paul W Dry spoke to us on February ll He is a veteran of
16 years' sea duty in the U S Merchant Karine He has made five trlps
around the world and has visited 5 countries He explained the equipment
that is used on the sea. He made the talk more interesting by demonstrat
ing how to send an automatic and manual S. O. S. on a wireless.
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of the year, with members of the seventh and eighth grades, who had the
ability to take the responsibility and desired to help tm school children,
participating Gary Lindenstein, Ralph Knott, and Benny Garcia were the
members from the seventh grade, and Buddy Stall, Don Gearhart, Don Miller,
and Duane Frazier, from the eighth grade for the first semester When the
second semester began,Hi1ton Blomquist and Donald Anderson replaced Bennie
Garcia The boys are on duty whenever the children go to and from school
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Gibbon High's Buffaloes were well fortified with fourteen lettermen
back from last year's Tri Valley champion temm These were Nayne Cudaback,
Leonard DeBrle, Alvin Hartman, Arthur Hartman, Charles Kelly, Herbert
dorcek, Gary McConnell, Gailen Mclullen, Larry Parks, John Pedersen,
Ronald Power, Bill Ross, Neil Scarborough, Marvin Shafer, and Jack Sigler.
The boys started right, by winning three straight games, then they
lost one They bounced back with another win string at three and split
the final tilts to make an excellent record of seven wlns and two losses
The Buffaloes also defeated Shelton to take the eleven man Tri Valley
For the second ye r in a row the first game of the season was played
on our home field, with the always tough Ansley team With but two weeks'
practice, both teams displayed some fine football Gibbon scored a 13 to
O win with Ross accounting for 6 points on a pass play, and Sigler getting
6 through the line DeBrie's educated toe got one of the extra points
Gibbon journeyed to Bertrand for the second game and gave the host
team a lesson in how football is played. The final score was Gibbon 13,
This was a close game, and it took some heads-up footballby Bill Ross
to pull it out of the fire. At the half, it was O to 0 and no one was
going anywhere, but in the third period a pass intended for Ross went over
his head and was deflected by a Red Raider who tried to knock it down.
The ball bounced high behind the visitor and was taken by Ross on the dead
run. He scored before the Raiders could believe what they had seen.
DeBr1e got the extra point for insurance. Our line proved once again their
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strong defensive ability, as they kept the goal uncrossed in another of
these first games The result was Gibbon 7, Loup City O
Our line was crossed here in fact, three times, as Ravenna handedthe
Buffaloes their first loss, 1 to lj We had tough luck when one touch
down we made was called back because of an off side It's part of the
game, though' One of the officials suffered a few bruises, too He was
wearing the same color as Ravenna's team and was mistaken for one of the
players by 'Killern Kelly i205 pounds! He was carried from the fleli and
was satisfied to be a spectator for the rest of the evening
The Ramblers were the victims of a determined bunch of boys and
absorbed a 26 to O shellacking in a game played in a high wind Yes, the
Buffaloes stampeded back into the win column on the third city field
Larry Parks dazzled the spectators with a beautiful bit of running for a
third period score, and Ron Power intercepted a would be lateral pass in
the Rambler backfield to score untouched in the fourth stanza
Our visit to the Bulldogs' home grounds proved very successful We
won the game 25 to 7 and brought home the Tri Valley eleven man football
championship Sigler passed for three touchdowns, two to DeBrie for 70
and 75 yards each, and the other went to Herb Korcek This game spoiled
Shelton's first homecoming
Bison to win The score was 19 to 7 in favor of the Gibbonites The
local team played a determined game their best of the season It marked
the first time Gibbon had won over Central City on the home gridiron
It was cold the night we journeyed to Oxford, and so was our team
Though Oxford had won only two games, they played heads up ball to land
us our second defeat 13 to 7 It doesn't pay to be over confident
We played this game without Jack Slgler, who was out with a pulled
muscle Litchfield scored first, and though we got a score, the Trojans
were ahead of us at the half 13 to 7 It looked bad for the localstecause
Litchfield had lost only one game all season. After the half the Buffaloes
started using the HTH formation and just about ripped the Trojan line to
shreds We gained two more touchdowns to win a thriller 19 13
For the following seniors it was the last high school football game
Cudaback, DeBrie, Korcek, McConnell,McMullen, Pedersen, Power, and Sigler
Our Junior High football team played only one game this year, swamp
ing Shelton 26 to O Two other games had been scheduled but both were
canceled by the opposition
The second team played two games, winning from Shelton, 7 to O, and
being tied by the Ravenna reserves, 6 to 6
We wouldlike to take this opportunity to thank the Pep Club for their
encouragement, the band for their music, and the officials who did a great
job at each game We would like to thank Ray Williams and Bill Carter, who
did such a good job on the public address system, and the teachers who
stood at the gate each game Especially we would like to thank our
coaches, Mr Pope and Mr McColl1ster They made us the success that we
were We would also like to thank the businessmen of Gibbon for making it
possible to have the programs for each game And last, but not least, we
would like to thank you Mr and Mrs Public, for the splendid support
you always give! We appreciate your interest in us
Gibbon surprised the sports writers, who had picked the Central City
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A freshman that packs a lot of weight in the world--a second
Fresh from the country and most of the teams that we played,
wished he had stayed there His block1ng was super Made
The coaches tried three years to get "Cut to tackle low,
but guess he ju t hated to stoop from his 6 ft l in His
specialty the necktle tackle Made All Conference
Donk specialized in grabbing passes and kicking ex ra
points, but he was always a thorn in the opponents' offense
Made All Conference
A freshman that will come along
We're countlng on you next year
Played a lot of football, and carried messages in and out
for Mr Pope
A good tackler who will see lots of action next year
You have a blg reputation to live up to
Killer Kelly speciallzed in football in general Even
carried the ball in our last game A good hard contact man
lAsk the o ficial'J Made All Conference
Made over from guard, Herb did well at end, catching several
touchdown pas es and stopplng a lot of end runs of the
'Lover' had lots of ability and helped e team in difficult
Not too big, but plenty tough Good at defense He was
the other half of Pope's me enge crew
to that ball
Another freshman that will come along
Good on defense and a vicious tackler
A star on defense who twinkled a few times on offense
Would rather not tackle anyone if he can get them to stumble
over his big number twelves Tsk' Tsk'
If it's near him, he can catch it what klno of glue Qld
you use, Billo Bill was good on defense as well Good luck
next fear, Pruney Made All Conference
A rugged Sophomore that really stopped them in the line
Another Sophomore that looked good He will take S1gler's
place next year H1t 'em with those pas es, Marv wade
human bat ering ram Just ask some
The little red head
of the teams we played Made All Conference
Didnw play much this year, butshould be regular next season
Just like a toy terrier small but not afraid of anything
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We started this basketball season C1951 19521 with eight lettermen,
but only two regulars, from last year's squad They were Leonard DeBr1e
and Jack Sigler Our starting line up for the first game was mostly an
experiment with Jack Sigler and Marvin Shafer as guards, Wayne Cudaback at
center, and Leonard DeBrie and Bill Ross as forwards Our team was to see
many changes before the season ended Dale Skow joined our first five
after the Minden game and we carried six men on the varsity from then on
We did have a tall squad, probably the tallest team ln the history of our
school, and we had a good bunch of reserves, too, in Bud Felly, Gailen
McMullen, Gary McConnell, Neil Scarborough, Bob Kelly, Charles Smith, and
Yes, we were rather a green bunch at the start and all we really
looked forward to was a fair season,but under the capable tutelage of the
Veteran Glen Shafer, our team surprised many people, including ourselves
We soared to a very successful season, dropping two B competition, Minden
and Cozad To even the count with the Class B schools, we put the saids
C1ty Ravenna, and Fullerton Our scheduled games were
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Pleasanton January Shelton January 45
Loup City January Elm Creek February l
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During these games we found out many new things First d'a1, Leonard
DeBrie proved to be one of the highest scorers in the state, averaging
around 23 points per game You just couldn't stop Lennie under the basket
Jack Sigler proved to be one d'the best rebound men in the state, and
it was his fine defensive work that kept us in the win column most of the
Our most aggressive player was BiILRoss,who was always an aggravation
to the oppositions passing game Bill interceped many passes just as they
were leaving the passers' hands BiD.was a good shot, too, and our second
highest scorer His timely shooting kept us in several games
Wayne Cudaback was our fourth man Some nights nCud couldn't miss
and would rack up 21 points, then maybe the next game he'd pot the first
shot at the game and never make another po1nt,but he got a lot of rebounds
and his height was always a big help
Marvin Shafer helped Jack Sigler clean the boards and his shooting
was improving fast at the end of the season, especially after Jack went
to the center spot He racked up 18 points against Wood River in the
district tourney and was good enough to make the District Tourney Team as
selected by John Conant of the Grand Island Independent CSigler and Ross
made the mythical team, tool
Dale Skow started as center for the second string, but after playing
good ball against the taD.M1nden nwhippets' he was carried on the varsity
Dale saw a lot ofaction at the last of the season and he proved that Coach
Shafer was right in keeping him on the varsity
Gary McConnell, second team leading scorer, was a good shot and was a
whiz at fast breaks
Gailen McMullen developed into quite a playen considering that he was
all thumbs at the start He was willing and tried hard He was the
regular forward on the second team
Neil Scarborough filled the gap at center when Dale Skow was moved to
the varsity Neil handled the position very well and will be a contender
for the first team next year
defensive play was good and he could be depended upon to gdsa few from out
Herb Korcek got a slow start,because of a crushed foot, but Herb came
on strong at the season's close
Bob Kelly saw some action on the second team, and was a star on the
Junior High team that won the Tri Valley Championship
Others WDC played on the second team part time were Onate, Reed,
Smith, Pedersen, Williams, Welch, Cline, Bundy, and Carpenter
We had bad luck overtake us at tournament time In the Tri Valley
tournament, Leonard DeBr1e was ill and Gibbon lost the final game to
Shelton a team we had previously beaten twice Before losing to Shelton,
we trampled Amherst in the first round and squeezed by Pleasanton in an
overtime in the semi finals to gain the second place trophy DeBr1e
Sigler, and Ross were selected for the All Conference team
Between the Tri Valley and District tournaments, 'Lady Luck again
frowned on the Buffaloes Leonard DeBrie was lost for the entire District
Tournament when he sustained a badly sprained ankle on St Hary's court
in Grand Island
The fans were quite down hearted, but the rest d'the Buffaloes became
a determined team with a fighting spirit that carried them through the
District tournament We downed Wood River 6h to 36 in the opening round
We bested St Mary's at Grand Island 65 to AB, and got sweet revenge by
swamping Shelton 60 to A3 in tne finals The Buffaloes played inspired
nBudn Kelly was the play-maker on the second team this year. His
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Cudaback hitting from the corner, Ross breaking up
netting points from ell angles, and Sigler playing
career -controlling the ballat both boards and making
On Friday night, March
game at Lexington Arnold
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and their defense kept the
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play after play and
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Arnold in a play off
had won the District meet at Ravenna and had
Gibbon got away to a nice lead at the quarter
sandhill boys away from the close vicinity of
looked as though the Buffaloes would walk away
then some accurate sharp shooting from far out by Arnold's guards put the
red and white suited players out in front 27 to 26 at intermission The
third quarter was falrly even,w1th the Gibbon crew gaining the upper hand
In the final period, the Buffaloes played like veterans and the pressure
became too great for the less experienced boys from Custer County and they
folded Gibbon won their state berth S2 to 39
Gibbon was very successful in earning their way to the State Basket
ball Tournament in the 51 52 basketball season The first night they met
the Wakefield quintet,and were successful in winning the first game M2 31
Gibbon played again on Friday afternoon and beat the Friend team by
a score of AO to 30 Gibbon had therefore won enough games to be able to
Play in the finals of the tournament
Saturday morning they had to play Chadron Prep in the finals Gibbon
played excellent basketball on the floor, controlled both boards,had fine
passing, but could not hit the buckets,whlch cost the Gibbon quintet the
State Championship Gibbon lost the ball game 35 to 2b
This was the first time for a Gibbon team to play in the finals of
the State Tournament All of Gibbon was proud of the team for being the
first Gibbon team to be State Runner up
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