Glen Elder High School - Gold and Black Yearbook (Glen Elder, KS)
- Class of 1956
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We the Senrors of 1956 WlSh to dedrcate thxs annual to the memory of
our beloved teachers Supenntendent and Mrs Huebner whose lives
were so tragrcally ended on March 11 1956
We cannot thmk of them as dead
Who walk w1th us no more
Along the path of lrfe we tread
They have but gone before
And st1l1 theu srlent l'l'l1l'l1SUy
Withrn our beans hath peace,
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
JOHN TERRY WILSON NEFF ' DEAN CUNNINGHAM
Director Clerk Clerk
RICHARD BARRETT, B. M,
Fort Hays Rate College
SAM HUEBNER, B, S., M, S,
WALLACE TREASTER, A,B,
HAZEL GRIFFETH, B. S,
RUBY HUEBNER, B, S.
WILLIAM I. MITCHELL, B. S. CHARLES S. HUNSINGER, B, A
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Pittsburg, Kansas Commerce
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GLEN ALLEN HUEBNER
Band Chorus Football: Basketball: SVAL Music Fes-
tival 4 Transferred from Wilson his Senior Year.
Class Play 3 4 Basketball: Chorus 1: Hi Echoes Staff
CONSTANCE LOUISE BRADEN
Band: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Chorus: SVAL Music Fes-
tival 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Play 2, 3, 4: Y-Teen Cabinet 3, 4
District Music Contest 2: Hi Echoes Co-Editor 3: Pep
Club Treasurer: Annual staff Editor 4: Honor Student.
ANNE SHARON GRAFF
Band: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Chorus: SVAL Music Fes-
tival: Saxophone Trio: District Music Contest 1, 2, 3.
4: Class Play 2, 3, 4: Y-Teen Cabinet 3, 4: Class
Secretary 2: Hi Echoes Staff: Cheerleader 3: Pep Club
Secretary: Student Council Secretary-Treasurer: An-
nual Staff 4: Honor Student: Homecoming Queen:
Band Queen 4: Honor Student. A
JAMES JAY KITTEL
JACK LEON MARZOLF
Chorus: Football: Basketball: Track 1.2, 3, 4: "G"
Club 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer 1: Hi Echoes Staff 3:
Class Play: Football Co-Captain 4.
MARCEL JERRY MILES
Football: Basketball: Track: Chorus: SVAL Music
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: 'G' Club 2. 3.4: Class Play 3.4:
Class President 1, 3: "G" Club President: Hi Echoes
Staff: Homecoming Attendant 3: Class Vice President
Football Co-Captain 4: Honor Student.
WAYNE LEON MUSGROVE
Track: Chorus: SVAL Music Festival 1,2,3,4:
Basketball 2, 3, 4: "G" Club: Class Play 3, 4: Class
Treasurer 2: Hi Echoes Staff: State Track Meet 3:
ALICE MARIE NEFF
Pep Club: Y-Teens: Chorus: SVAL Music Festival
1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teen Cabinet: Class Play 3, 4: Home-
coming Attendant: Hi Bchoes Staff 3: Pep Club Presi-
dent: Class Secretary 4: Honor Student.
DENNIS A. NEIFERT
Band: SVAL Music Festival: District Music Contest
1. 2, 3, 4: State Music Contest: Student Council Rep.
1.2, 3: Chorus: Basketball 1.4: Student Council Vice
President 2. 3: Class Play 3. 4: Track: l-li Echoes Co-
Editor 3: Football: Class President 4.
DONNA MARIE NEIFERT
Pep Club: Y-Teens: District Music Contest: Chorus:
Saxophone Trio: SVAL Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Band
1.2, 3: Class Play 2, 3.4: Y-Teen President: Class
Treasurer 3, 4: Mixed Ensemble: Class Secretary 1:
Homecoming Queen: Hi Echoes Staff: Pep Club: Vice
President 3: Girls' Trio: Annual Staff 4: Honor Stu-
LARRIE DEAN OLIVER
Basketball: Football 1.2. 3.4: Track: "G" Club 2. 3,
4: Hi Echoes Staff 3: Class Play: Homecoming King 4
MARILYN MARIE SCHOLL
Pep Club: Y-Teens: Chorus: SV AL Music Festival 1,
2, 3, 4: Class Play: Y-Teen Cabinet 3.4: l-li Echoes
Staff: Homecoming Attendant 3: Pep Club Vice Presi-
RONALD GEORGE STOUFFER
Iransfened from Beloit his Sophomore year. Class
President 2: Chorus: SVAL Music Festival 2, 3: Class
Vice President: Hi Echoes Staff 3.
DUJGLAS JOE TERRY
Chorus: SVAL Music Festival: Basketball: Football:
Track 1 2, 3,4: "G" Club 2. 3, 4: Class Vice President
2: Hi hoes Saff 3: Homecoming Attendant 4.
ALICE EARLENE WHITE
Band:SVAL Music Festival: District Music Contest:
Mixed Ensemble: Pep Club: Y-Teens: Chorus 1, 2, 3,
4: Class Play 2, 3, 4: Girls' Trio: Y-Teen Cabinet 3,
4: Hi Echoes Staff: Cheerleader 3.
RICHARD LEE ROY WRIGHT
Chorus: SVAL Music Festival: Basketball: Football 1,
2. 3, 4: "G" Club: Student Council Rep. 2, 3.4: Class
Play 3.4: Class Vice President: Band 1: Hi Echoes Staff
3: Homecoming Attendant: Student Council Vice
Resident 4: Honor Student.
On September 2, 1952, we, the 16 eager, mischievous, and
'green' freshmen entered the halls of G.E.H. S. The first year we
selected our motto, 'Impossible is Un-American"g colors, blue and
white, and class flower, red camation. For our class officers, we
elected Marcel Miles, President: Richard Wright, Vice President:
Donna Neifert, Secretaryg and Jack Marzolf, Treasurer. Our sponsors
were Miss Velma Blankln and Mr. Richard Wolford.
Our sophomore year found us with 17 students. We had gained
Ronald Stouffer. As our class officers we elected Ronald Stouffer,
President: Douglas Terry, Vice President: Sharon Graff, Secretary:
and Wayne Musgrove, Treasurer. Coach Don l-Ieiland and Mrs. Earl
Boyd were our sponsors.
At last we were upper-classmenl I It was great. We were sorry
to lose Mary Golladay and Scott More, but glad to have Helen Willcey
with us. Our Junior Class officers were: Marcel Miles, President:
Ronald Stouffer, Vice President: Helen Wilkey, Secretaryg and Donna
Neifert, Treasurer. Our sponsors were Miss Hazel Griffeth and Mr.
William J. Mitchell.
One of the highlights of our Junior year was our Junior Class Play,
'Happy Daze, " given on January 18, 1955, at the Grade School Audi-
torium. Despite bad weather, we had a large crowd.
On May 6, 1955, we gave the Junior-Senior Banquet in honor of
the Seniors. For our theme we chose 'Oriental Gardens. '
We started our Senior year with 16 students eager to get their di-
plomas. Glen Huebner joined our class, but we lost Helen Wilkey.
Class officers were Dennis Neifert, President: Marcel Miles, Vice Presi
dent: Alice Neff, Secretaryg and Donna Neifert, Treasurer.
Time sure did fly. Before long we were practicing for our Senior
Class Play, "lf Mother Only Knew' which we presented on December
One of the highlights of the year was the Junior-Senior Banquet,
sponsored by the Juniors.
One of the biggest events of our high school days was our long
awaited Senior Sneak, when we went to Kirkwood Lodge, Lake of
the Ozarks, Osage Beach, Missouri.
The big day finally arrived and we, the 16 anxious Seniors, re-
ceived our diplomas, the reward for four years of hard work.
We, the Senior Class of 1956. of Glen Elder High School, City of
Glen Elder, County of Mitchell, State of Kansas, being of unsound
mind, memory, and under twenty-one years of age, having acquired
all the knowledge we think necessary, do hereby make, publish, and
declare this to be our last will and testament.
I, Connie Braden, will my ability to play the Saxophone to Doug
Dean and Ronald Halbgewachs hoping they'll play as well as I.
I, Sharon Graff, will my ability to behave in class to Judy Neifert
knowing she will never behave as well as I.
We, the four senior girls, QSharon G., Alice N., Alice W., and
Marilyn S.j will our ability to stay up all night at slumber parties to
anyone who thinks they can have as much fun as we did. fDonna went
to bed! lj
I, Glen Huebner, will my ability to play football to Perry Betz
knowing he will never do as well as I.
I, James Kittel, will my bicycle to Melvin Sanders hoping that he
will treat it better than I have.
I. Jack Marzolf, will my football suit to Bobby Ahlvers knowing
he will never fill it as well as I.
I, Marcel Miles, will my Ford to anyone who thinks they can keep
I, Wayne Musgrove, will my ability to play basketball to Ronald
McBlair knowing he will never do as well as I.
I, Alice Neff, will my ability to blush at all times to Sherry
Winkel hoping it won't give her away as many times as it did me.
I, Dennis Neifert, will my ability to grow a mustache to Gary Ritz
knowing he will never do as well as I.
I, Donna Neifert, will my 3 desks in Study Hall to Barbara Barnett
knowing she will never keep them as full and overflowing as I have.
I, Larrie Oliver, will my dancing ability to Avon Lucky.
I, Marilyn Scholl, will my horseback-riding ability to Becky Fisher
knowing she will never ride as well as I did.
I, Ronald Stouffer, will my ability to get along with the teachers
to Jim Braden so the teachers will get a chance for a rest.
I, Doug Terry, will my ability to beating Charlie at checkers to
Jim Davis knowing he will never win as many as I have.
I, Alice White, will my ability of getting into trouble to Sharon
More knowing she will never get out of as many scrapes as I have.
I, Dick Wright, will my ability to argue to Gary German knowing
he has a good start.
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Tina Marie Mr. Bearcat
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Sponsored by NEFF'S SUPER MARKET
Back row: Coach Hunsinger, R. Ahlvers, J. Lawson, A. Luckey, R. Boswell, D. Taylor, A.
Fisher, J. Davis, M. Sanders, P. Betz. R. Halbgewachs, Manager. Second row: R. Neff, R.
Terry, J. Oliver, R. Huebner, J. Huebner, D. Hauptli, G. Moran, G. German. Front row: D.
Neifert, D. Wright, L. Oliver, J. Marzolf, M. Miles, D. Terry, and G. Huebner.
G, E. H. S. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE - 1955
23 Sylvan Grove here
30 Natoma here
14 Bunker Hill-Homecoming here
21 Logan, non-league here
28 Luray there
2 Alton there
11 Lucas there
18 Wilson there
League Standing: 5 Won - 2 Lost
Glen Elder lead the Five-County League with 4
out of 11 boys on the All-Star First Team. First team:
D. Terry, J. Huebner, G. Huebner, and R. Huebner.
Second team: L. Oliver. Honorable mention: J.
Marzolf, and M. Miles.
Glen Elder tied with Lucas for second place in the
at Five-County League.
Coach R. WRIGHT Manager
G. HUEBNER Sponsored by TERRY'S REXALL STORE
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Back row: J. Oliver, L. Oliver, M. Miles, D. Neifert. Front row: R. Terry, J. Marzolf, R.
Wright, R. Huebner, G. Huebner, I. Huebner, and D. Terry.
Attend a nts Q.,
The Bunker Hill game was highlighted
by crowning the Homecoming King and
Queen - Larrie Oliver and Sharon Graff.
Their attendants were Becky Fisher, Carma
Harrison, Doug Terry, and Richard Wright.
Sponsored by BRUNNEMER OIL CO.
Back row: W. Musgrove, D. Wright, I. Marzolf, L. Oliver, Co-Captain: D. Terry,
Co-Captain: C. Hunsinger, Coach. Front row: J. Oliver, D. Neifert, G. Huebner, J.
Huebner, M. Miles.
"A" TEAM SEASON RECORD
Dec. 2, Glen Elder Lebanon
9, Glen Elder Hunter
13 Glen Elder Mankato
16 Glen Elder S. John's
20 Glen Elder Delphos
Jan. 10 Glen Elder Miltonvale
13, Glen Elder Clyde
I-ARRIE 17, Glen Elder Glasco
OLIVER 20, Glen Elder Downs
I 24, Glen Elder Mankato
27, Glen Elder St. Johns
31, S.V.A.L. Toumament
Glen Elder Mankato
Feb, 7, Glen Elder Delphos
10, Glen Elder Miltonvale
14, Glen Elder Clyde
17, Glen Elder Glasco
21, Glen Elder Cawker City
29, Glen Elder
MARCEL DENNIS GLEN JACK
MILES NEIFERT HUEBNER MARZOLF
Sponsored by NEFF MACHINE SHOP
Back row, from left: G. Boswell, R. Halbgewachs, R. Boswell I Lawson Coach Hun
singer. Middle row: R. McBlair, R. Ahlvers, D. Dean, A. Luckey G Ritz M Sanders
J. Musgrove. Bottom row: R, Neff, A. Fisher, R. Huebner, R Terry D Underwood
G. German, J. Davis, Manager. I. Braden.
E. 40 Lebanon 26
E, 41 Hunter 31
E, 42 Mankato 38
E, 44 St. Johns 52
E, 47 Delphos 34
E, 40 Miltonvale 64
E, 40 Clyde 43
E, 53 Glasco 50
E, 54 Downs 59
E, 27 Mankato 4'7
E 42 St. Johns 50
E, 37 Miltonvale 52 TOUUISIUCUI
E, 49 Delphos 45
E, 56 Miltonvale 52
E, 47 Clyde 57
E, 37 Glasco 51 ,
E, 53 Cawker 42
Sponsored by DEAN HARDWARE
W. Musgrove, High and Broad Jump.
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Coach Hunsinger and Manager R. Huebner
D. Terry, 880 yard run and Javelin.
J. Oliver, Pole Vault, Discus and Low Hurdles
Terry - 880 J, Braden and i N? A fa ari A " , A
Halbgewachs - 440 A, Fisher, qlrll A
German - 220 0r, '
Moran - 110 1
J. Davis, D. Haupli, G. Lawson,
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Clarinets: M. Megli, A. Sorrell, R. Treaster, R. Huebner, J. Huebner. Trumpets:
B. Scholl, B. Dean, P. Stetler, G. Huebner, D. Neifert. Trombones: J. Luckey, B.
Gish. Saxophones: S. Graff, C. Harrison, N. Boehner, A. White, B. Barnett, R.
Halbgewachs, D. Dean, C. Braden. Bass Horn: G. Braden. Percussion: L. Staley,
B. Fisher, I. Scholl, A. Fisher.
Top row: G. Huebner, R. Halbgewachs, D. Dean, J. Huebner, D. Neifert, M. Miles,
R. Wright. Second row: R. Neff, D. Underwood, A. White, I. Brown, G. Braden, K.
Albert, W. Musgrove, R. Terry, R. Huebner. Third row: K. Haines, R. Treaster, B.
Scholl, M. Megli, L. Ritz, B. Gish, C. Harrison, K. Betz, B. Fisher, I. Scholl. Fourth
row: P. Stetler, R. Smith, I. Neifert, M. Fox, J. Luckey, B. Dean, A. Sorrell, B.
Barnett, N. Boehner, M. Hill. Bottom row: R. Baty. B. Beeler, L. Staley, I. Brokaw,
S. Graff, D. Neifert, A. Neff, C. Braden, M. Scholl, S. Winkel.
Sponsored by BAILEY 81, LYNCH ELEVATOR
Top row: J. Brokaw, J. Brown, G. Braden, K. Alberts. Second row: K. Haines, R. Treaster,
B. Scholl, M. Megli, L. Ritz, B. Gish, C. Harrison, K. Betz, R. Fisher, I. Scholl. Third
row: P. Stetler, R. Smith, J. Neifert, M. Fox, J. Lucky, B. Dean, A. Sorrell, B. Barnett, N.
Boehner, M. Hill. Bottom row: R. Baty, B. Beeler, L. Staley, A. White, S. Graff, D. Neifert,
A. Neff, C. Braden, M. Scholl, S. Winkle.
First row: G. Braden, R. Halbgewachs, D. Neifert, W. Musgrove, R. Neff, M. Miles, D. Dean.
Second row: D. Underwood, I. Huebner, R. Huebner, I. Marzolf, R. Terry, D. Wright, G.
Sponsored by CITY CAFE
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Back row, left to right: N. Boehner, J. Luckey, From row: M. Scholl, S, Graff,
M, Miles, I, Huebner, D, Wright, C. Harrison.
Officers for the year were:
President -------------------- MARCEL MILES
Vice President - - - ------- DICK WRIGHT
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - - - SHARON GRAFF
Back row, left to right: W, Musgrove, J. Marzolf, L. Oliver, R, Terry, D, Terry,
D, Neifert, J, Huebner, IL Huebner, A, Fisher, G, Huebner. Front row: M, Miles,
G, German, I, Oliver, G, Moran, P, Neff, D, Wright,
Sponsored by BOEHNER ELECTRIC
The Y-Teen Club under the
leadership of Miss Hazel Griffeth
had a. busy and successful year.
The Big-Little Sister Hayrack
Ride, Recognition Service, and
the District Conference at Formoso
were fall events.
The Sunrise Breakfast, special
assembly programs and the Mother-
Daughter Banquet, were other out-
The club was awarded a Gold
Vice President - -
Secretary - - -
Treasurer - - - -
Program Chairman - -
Worship Chairman - -
Music Chairman- -
Social Chairman- - -
- - DONNA NEIFERT
- - -MARILYN SCHOLL
- - CONNIE BRADEN
' - - - ALICE NEFF
- ' SHARON GRAFF
- BARBARA BARNETT
- - - -ALICE WHITE
- ANNETTA SORRELL
Service Chairman - ---- BECKY FISHER
- - - LYNDA RITZ
- INEZ SCHOLL
- - MISS GRIFFETH
Seal at the Fall Conference,
Sponsored by TOM AND ALLA THOMASSON
Back row: M. Fox, J. Neifert, R. Smith, C. Haines, L. Ritz, P. Stetler, K. Albert,
G. Braden, D. Neifert. Second row: K. Betz, A. White, J. Brown, C, Harrison, S.
More, B. Scholl, N, Boehner, M. Hill, J. Brokaw. Third row: Mrs. Huebner, L.
Staley, B. Dean, J. Lucky, B. Gish, M. Megli, R. Treaster, S. Winkel. Front row:
R. Baty, B. Beeler, B. Fisher, A. Neff, M. Scholl, S. Graff, C. Braden. Cheerleaders:
I. Scholl, B. Barnett, A. Sorrell.
PEP CLUB oFF1cERs, right toleft: President A. Neff, Cheerleaders: I. Scholl
Vice President M. Scholl, Secretary S. Graff, Treas- 5- Barnett. A- 5011211-
urer C. Braden.
Sponsored by STUDERS LOCKERS and KIENER'S VARIETY
John Maxwell, Father, About 40 ------- - -
- Sharon Graff
- - Alice Neff
- Alice White
- - Jim Kittel
' ev J Charles "Bralns" Burke, Connie's One and Only - -
' ' Dr. Ieffry Gooch, Gladys' Husband ------- Wayne Musgrove
Badge Bums, Police Officer ------------ Douglas Terry
Policemen ---------- - - Jack Marzolf and Larrie Oliver
y Stage Manager - - -------- Glen Huebner
, Lighting ----- ---- Ro nald Stouffer
'Q Director - - - ------------- Mr. Walace Treaster
Girls' Trio - - - - Alice White, Donna Nelfert, Rebecca Fisher
Plano Solo --------------------- Sherry Winkel
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"Man is weak of himself and of small stature.
He stands on a basis, at most for the flattest soled of
half a square foot insecurely enough, nevertheless he
can use tools, can devise tools. With these the granite
mountains melt into light dust before him: he kneads
glowing iron as if it were soft pasteg seas are his
smooth highways: wind and fire his unwearying steeds.
Nowhere do you find him without tools: without tools
he is nothing: with tools he is all. "
Sponsored by BARNETT CONSTRUCTION CO. and RAY MILLER'S REPAIR SHOP
On April 10th, 1956, at 3:00 P. M. , the sixteen seniors of G. E. H. S. started their
long awaited journey to the Ozarks in a very nice bus, with a dr'lverU.eonard Reightmeirj
we all liked very much. Mr. and Mrs. Treaster went along as sponsors to look over us.
We arrived in Kansas City at 9:00 P. M. and were shown our rooms in the Phillips
Hotel. After a bit of freshing up, we ate dinner at the Italian Gardens. The next
morning the Seniors toured the General Motors Assembly and the Packing House. Dinner
was eaten at the Airport where we watched the big transports, and other planes, land
and take off.
The morning of the 12th we started our last half of the journey to the Ozarks. We
gladly arrived at Kirkwood Lodge at 2:00 P. M. During our stay at Kirkwood there were
approximately 160 other Seniors there.
Besides the other activities, we went boating and some went swimming, but the
main event was in the evening when dancing started at 8:00 and lasted till 11:00, fol-
lowed by a Wiener roast and then more dancing. The last nightqsaturdayy we were
there, the G. E. H. S. Seniors received their Hillbilly Diploma and had their pictures
taken in the group form shown above.
During our stay at Kirkwood we went through the Bridal Cave and also to Bagnell
Dam where we took a rlde on a cruiser.
We left Kirkwood on April 15, homeward bound. We went to church in Sedalia,
Tired and weary, the group arrived back in Glen Elder at 9:45. It was a wonderful
trip which we will never forget.
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Left to right: D. Neifert, Photographerg S. Graff, Assistant Editorg C. Braden,
Editor: W. Musgrove, Business Manager.
HI ECHOES STAFF
Top row, left to rlght: A. Sorrell, Advertising Manager: B. Barnett, Art Editorg
S. More, Circulation Manager, A. Fisher, Production Manager: L. Ritz, Editor:
R. Smith. Reporter: G. Braden, Circulation Managerg L. Staley, Reporter,
Bottom row: I. Oliver. Sports Editor: J. Huebner, Sports Editor: B. Fisher,
Reporter: R. Baty, Reporter: R. Huebner, Sports Editorg I. Scholl, Editor.
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