Gibbon High School - Memoirs Yearbook (Gibbon, MN)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 114 of the 1952 volume:
With humble sincerityand immeasurable
gratitude we, the seniors of 1952, dedi
cate this Annual to each instructor who
has guided us, faithfully and unstint
ingly, on the path of learning to our
From the very start ofour educational
career they took upon themselves the
duty of making us gain in knowledge and
wisdamalthough ittook unlimited patience
and unceasing perseverence on their part
As we go into the future,making gains
and advances, our thoughts will return
and our hearts will give credit to those
instructors for preparing us for this
future Yet we realize that our greatest
respect and deepest appreciation can
only partly repay them for their years
of guidance to make us worthy citizens
of this new life which we are now enter
long sought goal4graduetion.
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First and Second Grades
Home Economics, Annual Advisor, Junior Class
Commercial, Business Law, Sophomore Class
Advisor, Paper Staff Advisor
Six and Seventh Grades Girls' Phy Ed
English, Dramatics, L brary, Freshman Class
Superintendent, Senior Class Advisor, Eighth
Grade Hi: ory
Social Science, History, Health,Boys'Phy Ed ,
Coach, Sophomore Class Advisor
Seventh and Eighth Grades, Assistant Coach
Third and Fourth Grades
Music, Freshman Class advisor
Science, German, Physics,Junior Class Advisor,
Junior High Coach
Principal, Mathematics, Senior Class Advisor
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Alfred Strohschein President
Rudolph Klukas Clerk
George Eckert Treasurer
Carolyn Bode President, Alice Ziegler, Joanne Brunner Secretary,
George Olson Vice President, Bob Esser, Jim Stadtherr,
Kenneth Kramer, Hr Anderson
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SITTING Evelyn Havemeler, Jerome Petersen, Lorraine Bruns,
Celine Isakson, Joanne Brunner, Joyce Ohland, Nancy llikkelson
STANDING Edward Lentz, Joe Eckert, Lester Biermann, Winston
Bullemer, Richard Brunner, Kiss Fredericksen
Co editors Joanne Brunner, Celine Isakson
Business lhnager Lester Biermnn
Music and Social Reporter Kiel n Havemeier
S orts Joe Eckert dvard Lentz
C ass and Grade Reporters Winston Bullener, Richard Brunner
Photography Joyce Ohhnd
Typists Lorraine Bruns lancy Hikkelson
Advisor ss Fredericksen
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SEATEDn Joanne Brunner, Barbara Boettcher, Joan Zettle, Joyce
Onland, Joe Eckert, Celine Isakson, Evelyn Havemeier, Yvonne
FIRST ROW: Miss Carlson, Lorraine Bruns Lorna Vorwerk Elaine
Bode, Sally Wilson, Allen Hager, James fucks, Richard runner,
sgconm ROWg Nancy Mikkelson, Leorda Kramer, Janice Templin,
Janice Thran Margie Lehman,Carolyn Bode,Esther Taggatz, Janice
Rettmann, Betty Rubischko
THIRD RCU: Beverly Olson, Mary Ann Messner, Eunice Fenske,Jean
Stark Phyllis Schreiner, LaVonne Taralseth, Jeanette Brlese,
Joan riese, JoAnn Rathmann, Lorraine Fahrenknmp,
FOURTH H0913 Ronald Vorwerk, Joseph Dietl Curtis Boeder, Leonard
Biermann Lester Biermann, George Schwe ss, Jerome Petersen,
Richard Boeder, Deforest Boeder, Roger Johnson
Bditbl' J oanne Brunner
Co Assistant Bditors Joyce Ohland and Joe Eckert
Business lanager Curtis Boeder
Stencil Cutters Ronald Vorwerk, Lorraine Bruns
Lester Biermann, Leonard Biermann
fypists Esther Taggatz, Margie Lehman
Lorraine Fahrenkamp, JoAnn Rathmann
Barbara Boettcher, Lorna Vorwerk
limeographers Evelyn Havemeier, Joe Dietl
lancy likkelsmn, Jeanette Brlese
Stapling and Distribution Lavonne Taralseth, Yvonne Ruschmeyer
Grapevines Beverly Olson, Joan Briese
Runice Fenske, lary Ann lessner
Sports Richard Brunner, Allan Hager
Reporters lurial Rettmann, Evelyn Hawemeier
Celine Isakson, Carolyn Bode
Janice Rettnann, George Schweiss
Lester Biermann, Lois Pagel
Janice Thran Elaine Bode
Janice Templin, R chard Boeder
Charlotte Glaeser Jean Stark
Betty Rubischko Winston Bullemer
Phillis Schre ner Sally lilson
oger Johnson, orraine Kiehn
Advisor. . . liss Carlson
Artists.........:::::' .:Z:Celine'lsahson.and'Jerome Petersen
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Class lotto: 'Not at the top, but climbingn
Class Colors: Royal Blue and White
Class Flower: White Rose
Suzanne Loftness and David Schiltz
A staunch supporter of our team,
Evy ne'er surrendered,
For her smile and friendliness
She'll always be remembered
CTransferred from New
in her junior year 7
An old sea dog
Is this classmate of ours,
with his sincere attitude
Above all he towers
new 'ah Jia
Lee is our artist
Whos drawings could bring fame, Esther 15 8 Quiet girl
Especially during classtime Not SS shy as She may ook,
Did his ambitions flame She can always find enjoyment
Just by brows1ngthroug1abook
Football 2,3 4 Declamation
Baseball Paper Staff 2,3,4
Class play Speech Club
Fggtball play 1 Class Treasurer
Class vice President M Library Club
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As one of our cheerleaders
Barbara did excel,
And everything she did
was certainly done well
Girls' Basketball l,2,3
Mixed Chorus 2,3,h
Glee Club ,2
Girls' Quartette ,
As a make up slip collector
Curtis always led the class
But also many other records
His willingness did surpass.
Paper Steffen: aaoa2,3,
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At running the projector
George was always handy,
At playing his cornet
He was really dandy
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Trumpet Trio l,2,3,k
Class Vice President
Here we have a senior g r
Her name is Noreen Dre
We know shedl be a big success
In anything she'll choose.
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Joan Briese JOBIIIIS Brunner
A Happy go lucky girl
We have in Joan Briese,
Not even for a moment
Will her friendship freeze
Girls' Basketball 1,2 3
Mixed Chorus 2 4
Paper Staff ,4
Margie was ou' queen year,
Quiet and refined,
When we think of Homecoming,
We'l1 have her reign in mlnd
Pa er Staff 2,3s4
Li rary Club
Homecoming Queen 4
Girls' Basketball l,2,3
Efficient, active, always busy
This describes Joanne,
If she has a job to do,
She'll do the best she can
Girls' Basketball .L ,2 ,3
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4
Annual Staff 1,2,3,4
Paper Staff , ,
Trumpet Tri0 12 v4
Annual Co Editor
Class Secy Treas
Where no red hair exist,
But Ralph is our member
On the red head list
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Muriel Rettman James Stadtherr
Murieldoesnw say too mucn
In class or otherwise,
Yet she'sa better friend,
Then you might realize
Library Club ,4
bsser 1s our tallest lad,
Six feet five or more,
A girlvithlnts ofcharacter
Is our friend, Mary Ann
To someday be a secretar
Is her future plan
Girls' Basketball l,2,3
His great skill at basketball
Always ran up Gibbon's score
Student Council 4
As our Homecoming King
We chose athletic Jim
For being a go getter
luch credit goes to him
Class Vice Presid
JoAnn is always happy,
And so very nice,
Just follow her example
This is good advice
Girls' Basketball 2,3
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Here we havea Happy Hustler
Who wears the cutest grin,
This plus his personality
Harry friends fcrhim willwin.
Basketball l,2,3,l+ Kenneth lessner
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4
To sit in the
Buxnes always on une go
H89 finds it hard in study hall
To work and concentrate,
But with the manyfriends
She will always rate
Girls' Basketball l,2,3
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4
Glee Club ,2
Speech Club 1
lusic is her interest,
Carolyn is her name,
Her ability at speaking
Has won hargreat acclaiub
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4
Glee Club ,2
Paper Staff 2,3,4
Student Council Pres
Library Club l,2,3
Class Sec'y Treas
To argue and to win,
If you're not really sharp,
You're lost Yuma yu: begin
Mixed Chorus 2,3,
Glee Club ,2
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Lester Biermann Celine Isakson
Lester li es to study hard,
But he also likes his fun,
His neatness and his manners
will please 'most anyone
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Paper Staff 2,3,k
A serious minded girl
LaVonne seems to be,
But don't be mistaken,
She's friendly as can be
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At drawing and artistlc work
Celine always did excel,
Andwith hercharm andefficiency
We know she will do well
Girls' Basketball l,2,3
Sr Cheerleader ,
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4
Glee Club ,2
Annual Staff 1,2,3,N
Paper Staff l,2,3,h
G1r's' Quartette ,
Homecoming Attendent 3,k
Annual Co Editor
Ronnie may look oashful,
But he's friendly and so ne
When you have a job for him
He never will retreat
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She's always on the go
She's everyones pal
And really swell, we know
Girls' Basketball 1,2 3
Mixed Chorus 2,3,k
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Paper Staff ,
Library Club ,
Phy Ed Assistant
Rommiek grammar hint so good,
English rules he does upset,
But his v1t,his Jokes,and humor
Have pleased all those he's met
Mixed Chorus 1,2,
Annual Staff , ,3,
Paper Staff ,3,k
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Yvonne's not the type of girl
Who easily gives up,
Dean doesn't care for books But She keeps Tight OD ffying
For classes tests or speeches, Until 5h6'S at the t0P-
But he'd like to be a farmer,
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Twelve short memorable years ago our class entered Gibbon Public
School as first graders Miss Emma Zwemke teacher mother , nurse
and friend to all started us on the long path of e ucation In our
first year we learned the essentials reading and writing but most
important o all, we learned how to sing, play and get along wit each
other Before each reading session we marched up to our little red
chairs where we could be separated from the second graders It always
remained a mystery to us how other grade could get along without the
Our second year brought us back to Miss Zwemke and washigh lighted
when we were introduced to the m sterious process of adding and sub
tracting which than seemed highly complicated to us Probably none of
us will ever forget the annual rythm band program when we donned our
green and white caps and capes and performed with instruments varying
from sticks to clappers for our proud parents
The third grade found us in a new room with a new teacher, Miss
Dolan Complicated multiplication and division problems were onl a
fewof the new things that we were introducedto Everyone of us drea ed
seemed much more difficult than printing
During our fourth year we organized ourclub, the 'Happy Helpers'
we held our meetings every week during which we elected 'helpers' to
aid Miss Peterson,ourteacher, in cleaning theroom, washing the boards
and dusting erasers Someone was also elected to pass the wastepapef
basket each day before we were dismissed A job that everyone wanted
and did hisbest to get was that of monitor for each time Miss Peterson
left the room the monitor had the privilege of taking charge This was
the year that we became regular little Rembrandts Our artistic genius
flared as we made portraits of our classmates, landscape sketches and
pictures of animals, etc We also started memorizing poems Buciin
ham Palace, although it was long and hard, was one of our favori es
The fifth grade took us to the other end of thehall and Miss Fag
erlie Each morning before we started classes we all gave our pledge
to the flag This was repeated at the beginning of each class meeting
along with a patriotic song At each weekly meeting we called roll by
a different method Everyone would have to respond with the name of a
bird, animal, flower, vegetable, etc We all enjoyed the reading per
iods during which Miss Fagerlie would read us stories from the books
in our library The Caddie Woodlawn series was a favorite of everyone
0ur artistic talents turned towards soap carving, wood work, sewing,
Our sixth year in school brought us back to the same room but to
a newteacher, Miss Erickson Thisyear we became quite a play conscious
class We gave appropriate skits for each holiday Our Halloween
party included a program given by us for the num of the grades and our
mothers We put on a three act play which we made up as we went along
and also recited a few poems and sang several songs Everyone who was
in the play wud remember the commotion we caused when the piano tipped
over while we were moving it between acts During both the fifth and
sixth grades autographbookswere very popular with us Everyone brought
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the last class in the morning. This was penmanship. Learning to write
his to school to be signed at least tw1ce a year We got our first
taste of Journalism when we published a paper Gibbon Grade Gleanlngs
We wrote the articles for it and our teacher typed it and ran itat!
on the ditto The sixth grade was the last year that we were allowed
to appear in the annual Christmas operetta which was one of the high
lights of each school year In the springtime we went on several short
hikes to better acquaint us with nature
The day we entered the seventh grade we felt quite grown up for
now we were upstairs As seventh and eighth graderswe also enjo ed
having more than one teacher for in addition to Miss Schmitz, we d
Miss Anderson for music and eit er Mr Webster or Miss andm nn for
phy ed Instead of having our parties during school hours we had our
Halloween and Christmas parties in the evening The Halloween parties
were always started by having a scavenger hunt which sent us hunting
all over town to find the various items
Our ninth year made us a part of the high school lo longer were
we considered members of the 'grades' Those of us who had been here
before found ourselves in a much larger class than we had ever had 35
There were so many strange faces and places but these strange faces
soon became more familiar and in no time at all we were one big happy
class The sophomores did a good Job of initiating us into high school
life We'll probably never forget the nightgowns, bibbed over alls,
green sweaters, etc that we were obliged to wear that day Being
'frosh' entitled us to have a new and varied schedule of subjects each
with a different teacher
As sophomores we were allowed to do the 'honors' at initiation
time For the first time in our high school career we were allowed to
choose our elective suojects This also was the f1rst year that any of
us could drive cars to our class picnic so we used this to our advan
tage and packed up after our last exam for an impromptu picnic
With our junior year came the production of our first class play,
c osen for our banquet We worked hard and long on it but ourwork
was well rewarded for on May 17 we gave a very successful banquet for
the seniors and faculty Needless to say, nobody will ever forget our
class picnic at St Peter and Mankato'
The first important event when we returned to school in the fall
for our last year was the arrival of our class rings They really made
us feel like seniors Soon we were taking care of all the little de
tails that confront a senior ordering invitations, caps and gowns and
calling cards, having our graduation pictures taken and ordered etc
A high light of our senior year was the very successful football and
basketball season This was the first yearthat we had ever experienced
the excitement and thrill of district and regional tournaments W
again displayed our dramatic talent when we presented our class play,
on May 2 Early in the year we decided that our class colors
wou be royal blue andwhite, our flower the white rose, and our motto
'Not at the top, but climbing ' On April 23lt Anderson announced that
Joanne Brunner was the valedictorian and Celine Isakson was tin slnta
torian Five other members Lester Biermann, Barbara Kramer, Marilyn
Pockrandt, and Esther Taggatz attained an average of 90 or over Of
the original first grade class eight members Esther Taggatz, Jalal
Stadtherr Yvonne Ruschmeyer, Jerome Petersen, Marilyn Pockrandt,
Beverly Olson, Celine Isakson, and Joanne Brunner traveled the twelve
Seve tee t Summer, on November 17. Treasure Island was the theme
O . e
On Hay 28 we willtake our last step in our high school career. We
vonder1t've!Elever forget the fun we had at play practice--the excite-
ment of the basketballtournaments--the wonderful times we had at Home-
coming festivities--those non the spot' impromptu tests--the thrill of
getting band uniforms--allthe fun we had preparing for the Junior-senf
lor banquet the arguments we had at ourclasa meetings rushing to meet
the Annual deadline the time we vent on a picnic and someone stepped
into the potato salad senior skipdays how much we felt like senio
when we received ourclass rings the time ve had memorizing lines from
path i"Is this a dagger
Yes, we have so many, many things to remember And one thing is
certain we'll never forget an of the things that have made our hig
school days the best days of our lives
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We, the seniors of
make and declare this
To G H S we will
1952, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby
our last will and testament
continued success in all its undertakings and
prestige whichit has achieved through the years
To the Freshmen we will our ability to get along with the teachers
To the sophomores we will the unused reference books, magazines,
and fine library in the hopes that theywill use them toteir advantage
To the juniors we will our successful skip days, our privilege to
be first in the lunch line during the last six weeks, and all the rest
of the advantages that go with being a senior
I, Lester Biermsnn, will my ability to get good marks to Harlys
Draeger in the hopes that she will control it before a brainstorm sets
I, Carolyn Bode, will my speaking ability to Jim Berle and my large
volume or jokes to Burnebl Podratz
I, Curtis Boeder, will my ability to collect make up slips to any
junior who would like to make a scrapbook of them
I, Joanne Brunner will my editorship to Joyce Ohland and Joe Eckert
who did such and excellent job as assistants
Now you can have spring fever all year!
I, lae Bruns, will my habit of writing letters to Leo Fischer. Bet
ter stock up on stationery, ink, etc , Leo!
I, Joan Briese, will my skill and like for dancing to Rueben Bulle
mer School dances will really be lively next year!
I, Lee Dreler, will my ability to doodle in class to any junior who
desires such artistic skill
I, Noreen Drews,w.lll my tendency to take my time to all the Juniors
who have to rush, a characteristic of all seniors
I, Robert Esser, will my six foot five inch frame to Dennis Walter
Williams Arena, here I come! I also will my ability to get one hour
assignments done in the three minutes between classes to any junitrwho
as busy as I all
I, Evelynhveme1er,d.ll my strong voice and tendency to get excited
games to Lorraine Bruns
I, Celine Isakson, will my artistic ability and knack for drawing
to Ermice Fenske
I, Barbara Kramer, will my sixth and seventh grade study period to
Glen Carlson and my natural curls to any junior girl who is tired of
setting her hair
I, Dean Bruns,1ll1 my ability to day-dream in class to Paula Campa.
I, Kenneth Kramer, will my curly, black hairtoleonard Biermam and
my ability to make last minute speeches to any junior who likes tocome
to English class prepared
I, Margie Lehman, will my crown to Lorna Vorwerk who made such a
I, Kenneth Messner, will my privilege of sitting in the front seat
in all of my classes to Barbara Boettcher Now you'll have to behave!
I, laryAnn Messner, will my interest in Winthrop to any junior who
would like a change
I, Beverly Olson,ulll my punetuglit Q71 and ability to always just
'bake 1t"t0 anyjunior who wants to get p aces butrbesn't have the time
I, Jerome Petersen, will my car to any junior who can afford to buy
gas, oil, and twine to hold the doors shut! I also will my large vo
cabulary of bad grammar to Elmer Klukas who 'ain't' so good in gram
mer as I am
I, Marilyn Pockrandt,will my knack to argue to Lorln Temnlln! Looks
like an exciting social studies class
I, -TOAHII Ratbllann, willny giggle to Bob Brunner hoping that he will
use it at the proper t1mes.
I, Muriel Rettlann, will my like for old time music to the juniors
who enjoy dancing
I, Yvonne Ruschmeyer,vi1l myabilit to make conversation to Dennis
Woods One word of caution this should be used after school hours!
I, Ralph Schroeder,wil1.m red hair to Joan Zettle Now the juniors
will have at least one red head'
I, George Sehweiss, will my fine bass voice to Darlene Buerkle Jos
hun, here I come'
I, Leighton Spaude, will my ability to conduct qu1etC?l,orderlyC?J
class meetings to the next senior president Better study up on Rob
I, James Stadtherr, will my dribbling ability to Clifford Black and
my crown to the junior boy chosen by the students
I, Esther Taggatz,wil1 my quietness to Lorraine F8l1I'0l1kB-HIP Q1-110t6I'
study halls next year'
I, LaVonne Taralseth, will my quietness in class to Edgar Taggatz.
Sounds as if quieter classes are in the forecast'
I,Bbna1d Vorwerk, will my shyness and neatness to any member of the
junior class who desires these qualities
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Many progressive years from now, in 1962, I was checking the files
at the internal revenue office for Uncle Sam As I was doing this I
decided to check the records of some of the prominent leaders in their
Running through the files I found, under theB's, one of the leading
disc jockeys, Lonesome Lester and his Midnight Serenaden The records
sweeping the countryat this timeare piano duets played by Carolyn Bode
and Joselturbi Their new arrangement ofGershwin's 'Rhapsodie in Blue
is rated highly by the music critics
Captain Curtis now a very famous manfor having brokenCurt Carlsen's
record for staying on a ship longer than any otheruan He was known as
Curtis Boeder in his high schools days
The next card I picked upwaslnbelievable It stated Joanne Brunner,
R N , had found a cure for the long dreaded disease, leukemia I called
myloyal, efficientsecretary, Joan1 iese,to look into this information
After a little trouble Miss Briese found that MissErunner'sco partner,
Celine Isakson, had contributed a lot to the field of medicine They
are both stationed at the Los Angeles Naval Hospital Celine just came
back from rescuing Sailors from a wreckage at sea
Accordingto the record I noticed that Dean Bruns had found the most
unusual hog ralsing system we have heardof By his method you can have
equipment Forthis scientific invention Deanhas put Gibbon on the map
Keeping up the records of the Bruns' I found Mae Bruns as a John
Powers model at Macy's Department Store in New York where she iscne of
the leading models Mae always did have a swell figure'
As I went out for coffee this morning, I picked up a magazine and
founda feature story about the presidentofthe Amateur Ham Association,
Leelreier. I remembered that Lee always did like to tinker in his high
Noreen Drewsis busily sewing her way to fameas the head of Dayton's
dress altering department As her pastime she designs dresses for
socialites Accordingto the record she uses the penznme, Cheryl Marie
There is a rising young star who is being compared to Helen Hayes
She is starring on Broadway in a modern version of Romeo and Juliet
I was surprised to find that her name was Evelynlhvemeier, formerly of
The next record from Gibbon was that of Barbarakramer Her ambition
of becoming an elementary teacher was successfully carried out Barb
will long be remembered for writing the book,Hgg to Punish Children
Kenneth Kramer, who is managed by Robert Esser, recently took the
heavy weight championship of the world They seem to be a wonderful
combination with Kramer's strength and Esser's brain' This pair has
proven to have paid their income tax, accordlng to my record, unlike
the former heavy weight champion, Joe Louis
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hogs ready for market in one month. It doesn't require extra labor or
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Madame Pompadour, the famous beauty salon on Times Square, is man
aged by Margie Lehman Twoof her most loyal patronsare KennethandMary
ann Messner, the ever popular dance team starring on television They
recently completed a two month appearance at the famous Stork Club
The internationally famous matador,Beverly Olson, has just returned
from her command performance before the King of Spain She truly dis
played her bullfighting skill when she recently killed hertwenty fifth
The next card I ran across really surprised me It said Rommie Pe
tersen had taken Groucho Marx's place on the show,'You Bet Your Life
I never thought that Rommie's remarks would be put to work
Marilyn Pockrandt has really made a name for herself She recently
became the first woman jet pilot proving that women are just as cape
ble as men
The next card I picked up was that of JoAnn Rathmann Itstated that
she was the head secretary for the C I 0 Then I remembered reading
about her in the newspaper when she recently took top honors in the
international secretarial contest for having accomplished the remark
able feat of typing 250 words per minute
According to the files Muriel Rettman is busily conducting tours
through the nHouse of Tomorrown at the World's Fair Some ofthe things
she demonstrates are the radar stove, headless sewing machine, andfbot
meyer Yvonne married a Woolworth and when he died he left the entire
estate to her She always did have a flair with money'
Under the S's was a card with a large income notationof a Montana
rancher From further observance I found this man to be Ralph Schroe
der Then I remembered seeing something in the newspaper about Ra1ph's
nThe Young Man with the Hornn, reviewed a week ago, has a new star,
George Schweiss My secretaryadvised me to see the show because George
is really a sensation I do recall that George played solo cornet in
the school band
I found another millionaire under the S'snamely Le1ghtonSpaude Af
ter getting out ofthe navy Leighton went to North Dakota wherehe owned
some rich land After three unsuccessful trys of finding oil his engi
neer finally struck a rich vein making him the North Dakota oil king
James Stadtherr's wishof being abaseball player has been fulfilled
His fine playing has enabled the Brooklyn Dodgers to win the World
Series pennant He has recently chalked up his 200th homeruns
In the field of theology I found Esther Taggatz worki among the
Apache Indians. It was recorded that the Rockefellers bui t a school
for Miss Taggatz's under privile ed Indian children and that she was
conducting extensive research to improve the welfare of the Indians
Also in the higher income bracket I found LaVonne Taralseth a very
prominent home economist Through testing and experiments, LaVonne had
discovered a new vitamin, Z, essential for the b1o0d
The last card of members from the class of '52 was that of Ronald
Vorwerk He's famous as the originator and writer ot the comic strip,
'Fearless Fosd1ck', the largest comic strip in the world Ronnie al
ways was good at art.
From my observations I not only checked income tax reports for Un
cle Sam, but concluded that the graduating class of '52 did very well
F.W. woolworth, the chain store,1s capably managed by Yvonne Rusch-
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SECOND ROW Mr Stedje, Dennis Walter, James Berle, Robert Brun
ner, Joe Eckert, Leonard Biermann, Leo Fischer, Miss Fredericksen
THIRD ROW: Barbara Boettcher Lorraine Bruns, Edgar Taggatz, Reu
ben Bullemer, Dennis Woods, C ifford Black, Glen Carlson, Burnell
Podratz, Marlys Draeger
FIRST ROW Elaine Bode, Joyce Boelter, Grace Lenz, Sally Wilson,
Shirley Lundgren, Douglas Kramer, Deforest Boeder,Donald Melquist,
Wallace Ohland, Betty Rubischko, Janice Rettmann, MaryAnn Fischer,
SECOND ROW Mr Wilfahrt, Roger Johnson,George O1son,Whldo Larson,
James Mayer, Arden Sjogren, Nancy Mikkelsen, Leorda Kramer, Janice
Thran, Jeanette Briese
THIRD ROW: Dean Buerkle,Barton Stadtherr,Robert Pockrandt, Ernest
Ohland, David Halvorson, Neil Stark, Merton Freyholtz, Jean Stark,
Janice Templin, Phyllis Schreiner.
FOURTH ROW: James Micke, Edward Lentz, Richard Gruenhagen, John
Johnson, Gene Isakson, Joseph Dietl, Lowell Peterson,Ardeen Borth,
Richard Boeder, Lonnie Taralseth.
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Marlene Vorwerk, Celie Mae Schauer, ry Jane Berle, Patsy Kramer,
Elaner Campa, Irma Freyholtz, Mrs Hake.
SECOND ROW: Allan Hager, Warren Schwecke, David Kent, Lyle Melquist,
Lesl a Lehrke Lyle Dahl, Stanley Halverson, Darlene Penk, Lorraine
Knenn, Charlotte Glaeser
THIRD ROW Dennis Harms, Harry Berger, Richard Brunner, Winston
Bullemer Patrick Stadtherr, Eldon Nuessmeier James Wletheff,
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Grosam, Danny Halverson, Kenneth Bethke, Marlene Melquist, Jane
SECOND ROW Dianne Boettcher Mary Ann Brunner Shirley Boeder, Anna
Lou Peterson, Jerry Reitter, ichard Briese, arvey Totman, Richard
Rathman Gloria Carlson, Marilyn Kreft, Mr Sega
LHIRD ROW Terry Olsen, Richard Isaksen,Wi1mer Boeder, James Rieke
Richard Havemeier, Norman Deering, Delmar Petersen, Barbara Lentz
Janette Peckrandt, Janice Pettis
FIRST ROW Miss Schmitz, Gerald Geraldim
Evans Jean Johnsen, Bonnie Je McGowan, Leon Brey, Beaman.
SECOND ROW Phyllis Pockrandt, Melvin Neyers Walter Hauser,
Kenneth Ziegler, Richard R1eke,, Otto Templin, Anthony Korkemeien
THIRD ROW Lyla Lagerstedt, atricia King, Evelyn Lentz,Duane
Willreth, Margaret Rubischke, Michael Kerkemeir, Jerome Larson,
Harlow Halverson, Donald Wanstrom, nareld Taggatz, Maureen Jacobsen. .
FIRST ROW Kathy Bullemer, Richard Monson, Karen Kraft, Dee Ann
Dickmeyer, JoAnne Gislason, Paul Koblas, Ronald Fritzgerald, James
Zitzmann, Adelaine Schiltz
SECOND ROW LaVonne Boeder, Ronald Berger, Eileen Fenske, Lonni
Glaeser, Edith Kiecker, Barbara Dahl, Gerald Carlson, Carol Huner
nerg, Betty Bullemer
THIRD ROW Miss Dummer, Noel Biebl, Patrick King, Brenda Will
roth, Carolyn Pfiester, Lois Rubischko, Howard Linsmeier, Melva
Peterson, Barbara Boeder, Dickie Isakson
FIRST ROWx John Messner, Anna Marie Strauch, Diane Jacobson
Karen Melquist Carol Fenske, Gary Stadtherr Charles Durnan
Lois Templin, haron Glaeser, Vincent Melquis , Leon Stadtherr
SECOND ROW: Miss Bertelsen, David Hager, Patty Messner, Eileen
Lagerstedt, David Hunerberg, Gene Mattes, Norman Ziegler, 01-V911
Olson, Marvin Melander, Marcia Wolter, Elizabeth Olson, Genevieve
FIRST ROW: Francis Korkemeier Suzanne Loftness, Kathy Glaeser,
Carol 011111, Victoria Campa, on Gislason, Ella Pfister, Diane
Willrotn., Jeanette Stadtherr, Larry Heller
SECOND ROW: David Schiltz, Gary Thiem, Laurie Dickmeyer, Gayle
Beaman, Larita Mi1brett,Stephen Larson, Patricia Ziegler, Charles
Isakson, June Boeder
THIRD ROW: Ray Rassmason, Marlene Carlson, Joan Willroth, M8715
Bethke, Gary Pautz, John Hanslick, Sharon Mueffleman, David Kad n
ing , Claire Wanstrom
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of Gibbon igh School The Wildcats WDe Feathered De
Bag1es'20 18 to win their Homecoming game on October 12
For the sixth consecutive year Morgan took the Tomahawk
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P Stadtherr at quar erback and Lentz at center Nex
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Stadtherr, Edward Lentz,George Olson,Waldo Larson, Gene
Barton Stadtherr, no Sega
A new and very impressive record wee eet this year
Gibbon Wildcats when they wen the Tomahawk Conference
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three games out Of the twenty five played They lost their
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throp and then surged ahead to overpower Morton for the tru
phy The second team set a remarkable record by going
season undefeated both in conference and non
RNELLING David Kent, Lyle Dahl, uames nlexe, Allen nager, harry
STANDING Darlyn Grosam, Jerome Larson,Terrance Olson, Jerry Beit
ter, Richard Brunner, Norman Doering, Richard Isakson, Mr Stedje
gained entrance to the finals by beating Franklin and Win-
KNEELING Joe Eckert James Stadtherr, Kenneth Kramer,
Robert Esser, Edward ientz, Dean Buerkle
STANDING: George Olson, Gene Isakson, Patrick Stadtherg
James Micke, M Wilfahrt
For the second time in three years the Wildcats
won the Tomahawk Conference championship in base
ball They ended a highly successful season with
a fine record of three wins and no losses The
lineup was as follows: Buerkle, pitcher, Kramer,
catcher, Lentz, first base, licke, second base, J
Stadtherr. shortstpp, J Eckert third base, I
Eckert center fieldg Olson, left field, Isakson,
right ield The team lost only one senior, Will
Gibbon 6 Fairfax 5
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FIRST ROW Carolyn Bode, Eileen Monson, Diane Boettcher, Darlene
Buerkle, Elaine Bode, Janice Thran, Burnell Podratz, Lois Pagel,
Barbara Boettcher, Nancy llikkelson, Sally Wilson
SECOND ROW Lois Ahlbrecht, Joanne Brunner, George Sohweiss, David
Kent, James Micke, Eldon Huessmeien linston Bullemer, Dennis Harms,
Harold Taggmtz, Richard Briese, Roger Johnson.
THIRD R017 Shirley Bodder, Celine Isakson, Richard Brunner, Lyle
Dahl, Allen Hager, Patrick Stadthern John Johnson, Lowell Peterson,
FOURTH ROW Harry Berger James Stadtherr Curtis Boeder. George
Olson, Edgar Taggatz, Ronald Vorwerk, Joe Eckert, Edward Lent:
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A new milestone was passed by the GJ 8 band
when they got their long waited uniforms The wool
gabardine suits have gray trousers with a wide
maroon stripe edged in golddown the side The rich
maroon jacket has a modified mandarin collar and
a gray convertible collar which may be worn either
open or closed A maroon West Point shako het with
a white shield, sold emblem, and large gold plume,
white anklets, an wine shoes complete the uniform
This year, besides the annual spring concert
and miie festival, exchange concerts were given
with the Winthrop and Gaylord High Schools The
band, mixed chorus, and smaller musical groups par
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Sally Wilson, Noreen Drews, Evelyn Havemeier Lorraine Kuehn,Marilyn
Pockrandt, Nancy Mikkelson, Leorda Kramer, Mr Nelson
THIRD ROW Lorraine Bruns, Barbara Boettcher, Alice Ziegler, Mae
Bruns, Marlene Vorwerk,Beverly Olso Celine Isakson,Joanne Brunner,
Roger Johnson, Winston Bullemer, Ric ard Brunner, Douglas Kramer
FOURTH ROW Edward Lentz, Glenn Carlson, Ronald Vorwerk, Deforest
Boeder, Robert Brunner, Dean Buerkle, Joe Eckert, George Schweiss
Gene Isakson, Kenneth Kramer
Jane Hanslick, Jean Johnson, Janice Pettis
SECOND ROW: Harvey Totman, Richard Durnan Darlyn Grosam, Laverne
Melquist, Melvin Neyers, Walter Hauser,Davld Pfisteg Danny Halvor
son, Donald Wanstrom
THIRD ROW: Janette Pockrandt, Barbara Lentz, Lyla Lagerstedt,
Patricia King, Mary Ann Brunner, DianneBoettcher, Marilyn Kreft,
Gloria Carlson, Shirley Boeder, Margaret Rubischko, hr. Nelson.
FOURTH ROW: James Rieke, Richard Isakson, Terry Olson, Richard
Rathman,Duane W1llroth,Jerome Larson,Richard Briese,Norman Doering,
Delmar Peterson, Jerry Reitter.
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On November 16, l95l,the Junior class presented NGabriel
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was warmly accepted by a large and enthusiastic audience
despite the bad weather.
The opening curtain found Gabriel chewingon a pipe watch-
ing Zerusia, his wife, scrubbing the floor. His daughter,
Daisy Mae, was also being kept busy by Gabriel They were
getting ready for Miss Thelma Sm1th's house party which she
was giving for her niece, Janet The purpose of the party
was to get Janet's mind off Herbert Brown, Jr with whom she
was in love Miss Thelma invited some of Janet's friends to
the party including Harold Dillion, a young broker Harold
was Miss Thelma's choice for Janet It finally came out that
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were young, accountingfbr her dislike for Herbert, Jr Herb,
Jr came to the cabin disguised in a beard to be near Janet
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up with Janet and Herb Brown, Jr an Miss Thelma and Herb
Brown, Sr getting together, however Gabrielstill maintained
that 'city folks don't have any sense'n
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Eckert, Zerusia Pennington,Jban Zettel,Da1sy Mae Pennington,
Lorraine Fahrenkamp, Miss Thelma Smith, Lorraine Bruns,
Janet Smith Joyce Ohland, Eleanor Barnes, Lorna Vorwerk,
Mildred Clyde Barbara Boettcher, Pete Wright, Leonard Bier
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