Goessel High School - Bluebird Yearbook (Goessel, KS)

 - Class of 1956

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D Nw xxx - - lr T Willard Linscheid Social Science Bible Literature Biological Science ysical science 'atheratics Coach Misa Virginia Neufeld Commerce Mrs Bessie Toose Home Economics 'A Q m. . 5 Mr. Elmer Klippenstein Ph ' S E II I 0 R S 657' 1-:Lo hvuz DP681G91t laden in the chambers of nie Jersonallty are treasure cnests of friendshios ' atudent Council VE 'A Qc'-1PO UER Treasurer 'Her own manner and characte are becnming to her VOHPIS NOE-K Student Council HAS for me and my house I srefer blondes H s1MALYh DULRKSEW NAn ambitious girl, with a pleasing perse allty nNot ike most girls, when she talks she says something LEON JAIN ZE J Vice President HHere I am, but it can' be helped Secretary nj . 1 N .J .- PALI 'T "' x . - . xx H: . . -, ..- . - A 1 . , . ,si . ,Q A . .Q j , si I .sw - S V . n . -. b, ,,.. L.- -. .. . . ., ' I' I1 A . ek ,, ,, , .. v . I X ,. ll .. . Q, JULIA DIRKSEN I have no dates, only a stanaing appolntmen MERLIN HIEBERT A man of few words, fair Q square Y KENNETH BULLER Nm Enjoy yourself life shortu ELSIE FLAMING A girl of refinement and determination, who is at her books from morn' till night N X Z FRANCIS FLAfInG ' e never savs a he knows ' JOEL FREY uTh1nk twice before you speak, then speak to yourself 1 HELVIN HIEBERT 'Though high scho have memories, zive school nl hts N " f U g is '1 f 4' 1 ff- y "5 3 f 7 A: 1 A L,J ,- X424fi efhxr' 3 6 1 tv 'H A ll x A . ll A t.' u igf'n 4 . : jf S .- ' ff no .. A , 'Q if 0 ' .1 " fn ml : 1 ,lx '1,' 4 ' igif J ,L jf Qs l H ' H ol days an .' . H T6 n-zg g . JANL3 lfnq A of the wise 'DLWEFCB ie one f vlrtu LOILLLA KICK L the world so wn s olla I worry NODKA NICKEL Only a nickel but wort her weivht in gold H ARDILH :CHWIDT nNow remaineth life, love and laughter, but the greatest 0' these is laughter? EILE N REIMER HShe'a pretty ana wittv, active and neat, to bea a combination ha d JUDITH RATZLAFF UL1ve, Love, and Labor ' BETTY SCHMlDT uShe'e a hustler never ld e and always thoughtful of others.' "'l l o the ee 45- , ll X I H Y' nd' 'Q C 'E "Ali 15 right with A X - 'L . f . - ll -, .y -v h . i 3 0 Nw, ' " IJ , "1 "' h 1 A f J is to be one W LAVERNE SCHMIDT 'To be or not to be that le the question " EVALENA THIESEN UA girl who does her own thinking and needs little advice 433' ELI ZAB"l'H SCHMIDT UThe best way to have friends if-4 ROBERT UNRAU "No need for introduction lt"" MANFHED WIENS "Of curls he has many friends he has more " everybody knows me " BERT VO H ,Q "Oh, they're mek g a wild man out of me 'ff '.- -1' GARY UNRUH 'The height to which few rise inf A R ,M 'ff ' N9 7 ' . Q K , . k',-'jx E Q K 3 spoil-xii n if . I X ,- u , mx . .N t V e , o ddyv 35 J rf ' X 1 kd . ,, Q Um f N X r fx, ' TU A 3 of in - 'ef .11 V, CL.SS HONORS VXLEDI TORIAN ELSIE FLu4ING SrLUT TORIYN NO M, NICKEL MUSIC .EW1ALYN DUERBSEN ATH ETICS MORRIS 'OELR DRAMATICS ELDON P YNLR TZ sen1ors' lct1v1ty Record LZNNLLH BULAAR A cappella and G1 e Club A years,Bmuil. 3 A, Operetta 1 2 Boys' 15 Volce 3 A H1 Y member A years Softball Baseball and Basketball A years FF Member 2 3 A, FFA PI8S1d6nt A Student Councll A, All-School Play l 2 JUDIOT Play, Sernor Play JULI DIRlSEN A Cappella and Glee Club A years, Band A years, Sextet 3 A Madr1gals 3 A student Counc1l 3 Student Counc1l Secretary 3 A B1ueb1rd Staff 2 3 A Y Teen member A years, Y Teen Cab1net 2, 3 A, Operetta l, 2 Glrls' 15 Vo1ce 2 Vocal Solo1st 2, 3, Annual Staff 2, Instrumental SOlO1St 3 Blueb1rd ,ss EdltOT 3 All School Play 1 2, JUDIOT Play, Contest Play 35Sib 1or Play, Twlrler A EWMALYN DUL.KSEN A Cappella and Glee Club A years, Band and Pep Band A years, Vocal Solo1st A y ars, Sextet l, 2, 3 Quartet 2 A, MndT1g81S 3 A, Tr1o 1 2 Operetta 1 2 Drum Quartet 2, French Horn quartet A Blueb1rd Staff 2 3 A nnual Stapf 1, 2 Y Teen hemb r A years, Y Teen Cablnet 2 3 A, Y Teen Sec Ietary 2, Class Pres1dent 3 Class Secretary 2,C1ass Treasurer A Student Coun c1l A rll School Play 1, JUDIOT Play, Contest Play A Senlor Play JOEL FREY Baseball and Sefthalk 1. 2, 35 Band l Operetta 1 H1 Y A years Basketball 1, Gle Club nd Cappella ly Teen Cablnet 2, 3 A Glrls 15 VO1CC A Blueb1rd Ed1tor A Annual Sta 1 3 Octett 3 JUn1OT Play, Contest Play 3 A FRANCIS FLJIING A Cappella A, Glee Club A yearsg Band A years, H1 Y A years, FFA 2 3 A, Student Counc11 A, Softball Baseball, and Basketball A years MELVIN HIeB RT A Cappella A Glee Club A years, H1 Y A yearsg FFA 2, 3, Vocal So1o1st A M RLIN H EBERT: Glee Club A years Hi Y A years FFA 2, 3 A Softball, Base ball, and Basketball 2 3 A LEON I,NZIN A Cappella and Glee Club A years, Band A years, Pep Band 3 A Madrlgals 3 A Vocal Solo1st 3 A Instrumental 50101StS 3 A Boys' luartet A3 Brass Quartet 2, A, Boys' 15 vO1CG 1, 3, Operetta l,2, H1 Y A years H1 Y Pres. A, Class Sec Treas 1, Class Sec 3, Class V1ce Pres A, Softball and Baseball A years, Basketball 1, 2, 3 Cheerleader A, Blueb1rd Staff A Annual Staff A All-School Play 1, 2, JUDIOT Play, Sen1or Play. JAMES LEHRMAN H1 Y A yearsg Softball and Baseball A years, Basketball 1 LOVELLA NICKEL A Cappella A, Glee Club A years, Band 2, 3 A,Pep Band 2 3 A Cheerleader 3, Blueb1rd Staff A, All-School Play 2, JUDIOT Play, Sen1or Play. NO MA NICLEL A Cappella 2, 3 A, Glee Club A years, Band 2 3 A 6131's 15 VOICE A5 French Horn luartett A, Operctta 2, Y Teen Member A years, Y Teen Cab 1net 3 Ag Pep Band 2, 3 A, Annual hditor A, Annual Ass Ed1tor 3 ELDON P,NKR.TZ Cappella 2, 3 A, Glee Club A years, Band 2 3 A, Pep Band 3 A, Boy's wuartett A, Brass Sextet AgMadr1ga1s A Oper tta 2, Boy's 15 Voice 3, Student Councll A, Hi Y PTCS1dCHt A, Class Presldent A, FFL Member 2, 3, A FFl Off1CeT 3 Bus1ness Manager of lnnual A, Blueb1rd Staff A, Softball 2, 3 Basketball and Baseball 2, rll School Play 2, IUDLOP Play, Contest Play Ag Sen lor Play JUDITH RATZL.FF .A Cappella, Glee Club and Y Teens A years, G1rls' Octette 3. 1. l ' rn -A w A V . F Q Q U I f- - . , , A Jx J o 9 0 u L o 1 I 1 1 o " 1 ,N I ,il C 4 I U ll: I V I I . I I . rl 3 . .X - - , A ,wwf I - fn . .- A I . . . ' o o 0 1 V " 1 S ' V 5 v 1 5 H ' Q 1 ' 3 ' V v 5 - X ' - 0 xx 1,7 V Z U ' ' Q Q . . . ,. . I . ,, . . 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Q C A 'x I , ' 3 p " ' ' u A' 1lbFEN XNI R H R A Cap,ella A y als Glee Clua A years, Blnd A years, Glrls lg VOICC 3 A, In trumentxl Solo 3 A Cheer Leader A Ill School Play 2, San 10 Play, Tw1 ler 2, A RQIlH SCHMI appella, Glec Club, nd Y Teens A yearsg Clarine Scxtbttb A, Pep Band 3, A, Q xtette 3 A Clrls' lg VOICG 3 A, Y Teen Cab1net 3 Blue blrd Staff 3 nnual Staff 3, Class Offlcer l, 3, JUHIOT Play Operetta l, 2 BETTY SCHMILT Band, Pep Band, 1 Cappella, and Glcc Club A years, G1rls' Ouar Mfmb, A y llay l ELlZ.ETH 3. 1HCt 3 lOT Play LaVERNl .I C O xopbon 'CQ FTP LFv Op retta l LO dll blrd A lf L II dent COUHC1l 2 Play, Softball B PF VOlh ll n t ll 2 LTTPED ll 1 VOlCe H1 Y r s Han e Cllb A t tte A, Madrlrals 3 A Trowbone quartette 3 A Vocal Solo 2, 3 l 2, S xtette 2, 3, Trombone lFlO 2, Brass Wuartette A, Y Teen fre e rs, tudent C uncwl l, A, Student COdnC1l V1ce Pres 3 JUH1OT P11y, bLUlOT Play HDIL Capaclla P 3 A, olec Club A years, Band 2, 1rls' lj Vo1ce A Onfretta 2, Oetette 3, Y Teens A years, tudent COUDCll 3, Blueb1rd staff 3,!ssistant Blueb1rd El1tOT A Jun A Operetta A, Y Teen Ill School A Pep Band Y Teen Cab 'lee lub A velr , Band A years, H1 Y A yeirs FF numb r 2 C ppella and GW e Club A years, Band A y ar Pep B nd 2 QlTl5' 13 Volce 2 A Sextette 3 A Sayopbone Quartette 3 says one SOlOlSt A Vocal uO1OlSt 3 Y Te ns A yrars, Class 4 a F 1 C year , Boys' lg VO1CL 3 A Band l Y A yfars FF ss Bus IBD, For Blueblrd 3, Bus 143D , B1 ketb l 3 A Softba l eappe la and Glee Club A fe rs, Oporetta l FF 2 3 Stu Cla s Vlcc Pr s 3 ll School Play l, 2, Jun or Play, and Bas ball 2, 3 A Basketball 2 3, H1 Y A years Sonmor years, H1 Y l 2 3, Blueb1rd Staff A F 1 2 ll School Play l, 2, JUHlOT Play SCHlOT Pla, l 2 Clee Clab A years, Operetta 2, Bo s' Y Cab1net 9 H1 Y Pres 3 Student Couwc l l 2 Blass For nnual 3 Softball, Basketball, Baseball l 2 3 Soft V RD I' Us Cappella 3 A 'lee Cllb A years, extctt 3 A Octette 3, Band , Prp wana Y Te n Member A years, Y Teen Treasarer A, Blueblra Staff A null staff A Stldent Counc1l A, Jun1or Play MCRII D WOL T fuartette 3 A Canpella and Glee Club A years, nadr1g ls Banc A year , Voeal Solo A, Boys lg VJICC 3 Operetta l 2 Student QOUHCll A Class Pres h ennual ot ff 2,3, Blueblrd Staff 3, Softball, B seba l and Eask ft ll A ye rs, ll-ook ol Play 2, JUHlOF Play, Contest Play A F ',+ 1 S I fllf ' as Q ' : -f ' - . - ' ' ' ldv A . 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A ' H . fi Q r D "' C 1.153 ' ' -S ' A A 10' A A I ' A 0 CLhSS PPO HLCY It 1 no the y r of 1976 The 1956 SCH1OF of Goc el d1gh school have a rebel11o s PPUUIOU on July A t the femous 1ebert hotel 1n Uoessel I 112 b tt Dchn1dt, left e 1ork on July 5 to fl, to oessel I em now the Un1teo Dtetes m b ss dor to the Un1ted N t1OUS 1y nusb nd, Krns s een tor and I l1Je 1D Ne fork C1ty pon r 1V1Dg nt the H1ebert dotel I found th t lt owned d operated by hmm lyn nd John H1ebert The reunlon took pl ce 1D the te room or the twenty venth floor Tre 11r t per on 1 met t the reunlon 1 s LeVerne DCHm1dt Ee v S c rrylng sever 1 cumer round gett1ng rc dy to t ke p1ctures for the CCL o n J ILY N no zhlch 1 pub11 hed every week 1ere co e Lldon rd rd1th 1fter t lk1ng to them I le rned th t rd1th nc been yT1V te secret ry to henry Ford II for sever 1 ye r she nd rldon were m rr1ed 1n 1960 They re now l1V1Dg ogy t Dethel bv Len 1h1e sen 1 notec person nd l1VC 1U Goes 1 h re she 1S he Here cone m n I re 11ze th t tH1S t 1GV1SlOH progrum, Conte t t p y e1e 1U Ne ton here Eldon 1 tc Ch1UU P ychol 1n the clty of Goe sol ohe h m rrled d1P9CtOF of the Bethesda io rlt 1 nd H ne. owns the world Upon t k1ng second look He 15 now the me ter oi CGPCmODlC o e Th1s 15 nef type of prog1.r ner the who looks l1ke he 1 Robert Unreu. NYou'vc Been H d ponsor 1HSt6Qd of vlce vers . He cu up just m ck s h 11d n hlbh chool There 1 om n fho looks l1ke n thlete 1fter I t lked to her I l rn d that Velm ochroeder IS te CDlHg home 6COUOmlCS t K ns s Un1vers1ty rd co che g1rls' b sketb ll 1n her p re t1me Oh de r, th re lS on lnterruptlon 1U our 3 t er1ng A ter m 1n broke and the clty w ter COWVIS IOHCF 15 c llcd out Th t 1mport nt per on 1 none other th n Mer11n hlebert Spe klng of 11CbCTt, I onder vh t ne1v1n 1S dO1Dg I th1nk I'11 sk Ofrl ie tells me tn t LLIVIH 15 the pOl1CC cn1 f of the metropo11 of vo ssel Th t 1 h1 pretty 11ttle w1fe S1tt1Ug over tnere. It eems th t tney h ve one 1rd e h lf dozen JUHIOT deput1es, 1n other words, seven. 1orr1 Ju t told me th t he got m rr1ed 1n tnc summer of '5? He 15 now the dr1ver of r ce c r. He m kes Goessel qu rt r m1lC r c tr ck 1U 40 econd fl t nd we meun fl tl Betty Schn1dt he cert 1nly been do1ng t 1HgS Jlth her voc 1 talent one n oper 1nger for the Boston rh1lh TmOU1C Orche tr c sh ll get to hear her Slng ton1ght, for they re to g1VE pre nt t1OH 1D the te room. 111 fternoon Fred '1ens h s been m PVC11Dg t ho: worm the It tler 1D K1rs s 1s tod y Th t le sm 11 onder sznce Fre1 15 Orklng t n 1ce pl nt 1n 1 sk where he te one the Esklmos ho to k ep 1 rm on ound y nlghts Gary Unruh 1 s n oxl dr111er for sever 1 ye rs. One Jhlle dr1l11ng for O11 he h1t gusher of soda pop It 15 needle to s y that he 18 now very ue lthy mon. Suddenly there is o COmmOt1OD t the other end of the room. someone h s been token serlously ill so doctor 1S summoned, Im gzne our surprise to f1nd th t the doctor is none other th n n11een RC1mCF who IS not pr Ct1C1He ut the f1mmer d le Hosp1t 1 1 F1 Q C' 1' A C . . ' r' ,r-P ' ' I -J 'f - L o - V Q Q.: 1 1 ' - ' 4' ' f ' ' s - - LA C ' 'K Ll ' ' L 4 . 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H - Zi 3-A U A fx, O11 ' r P11 ment h l llft rt CODTIDUL c tt 1ng up OH'mD TT111! tm, yt ox J rzen 1 Hoot J aoctor up th NLJIC for uuy Lumbogo on h1 roy l no ndln 1on 1 Gbhol member o 4DL 5 tl h L TF lly Hone ploc lu lor.a :lata Q s food exp rt fox General M111 A the loft bond vlrl for Betty brocktr s L 1rft.t 1 Q nom TCC1 0 or m C VODl and cheese. Now ofen the ooesscl hlgh JfWWW Jlerto 1 1 0 J rwy nehrmon, ble wlfc, ind thr. sons arc rtsldlng 1h the ne' south rn lk 1 Q salcsr n ior the LXClUSlVo F3SI1OD vhoppe, VhlCh lv We 1 o fl t d the formel Judy R tzlaff Judy's husb nd lo th presldtnt of Inf JlXtY ut1OHql Bunk in Goes el. tvanc Il nlrg ha become a famous man 1U the last fox yo rs. lhFOUbD e por- r + c lrlfd on t tht Frs Flom D31F1oS, whlch he owns Wd op r os, be hos fvf o,c self m1lP1ng cmv, nt tor . su d1rfct tr ff1c on tht esculmtor. Joel frey hee been qu1tt ucccssful. ? 1 thc propr1 tor of the Frey Dough P 1 qdo Frey dou hnuts er oult d1,t1ngu1 h d lOWY1 f, they have twc ho' s, or on Loch s1 e. e u1l r dro.m of bclrf tt Cher h s como true,1 1 te Chlng dr1x ers duo t1on t Hoybury Plgh school. Jul1o Jlrmsen i dOlDg QQCI tarlal .ork for a famous fly1ng 9 uae: rep comp ry t hmOFlllO, Texrs. who h s trmen u l dy wrcstllng s hobby Bert Voth h s rerlly bfen mlklng us of hls knowledge of I1d1O. He h s vented type oi lntclpl net ry COm.lUlC t1on c lleo t ll e. e st ll P t r n 11V s 1n if Or Q ns, Lovell 1CkCl 19 m klng us of kfr Ct1DF b1l1Ty, WHICH she d1SCOVCT6J h1 school hes Leone f n us WOVlC ttrcss nd 1 no' m rriel to the dlrector of tht mOV1C comprny for vhlch she works. Vcrd 1CHS 15 concfrt p1 D131 ho tr1vcls ll over the world ohc took PIQHO le sons from Llberlcc for sfversl ye rs. It c rtolnly hrs been 1Dt6FCStlDF to sac h t all the members of our class ore dO1Hg now, e greed to hovc onother PLUHlOH goln 1n 1986 I wonder what we'll be dO1Hg then, Eli sfil " '71 "'QCj'f it Ifo Asto the -5,',.AN Q, nettlgl down 4 ', 1. 2 ' N Q W hapgc 'r,: of 'l- pest ears. Le 1 a. e 's A ' for of H sic. Hr V 5 . .'e' A ' . H d '3 Q . 5 ' Lvfa 5 An ' 1 .ex Q f ," "6 1 ass w o Kms sn J - H es 'U T 1 F" fl. 'he is Q X 1 ' ' - I T' s. 's 0 ' O' L ' - -hf ' I LL. '1 1 ' , ' f' la Q- ' . -- fs . Y sw f - A A L- " FLM- 1 stile. f l'kf 't 'i.h' T, -f ,'o 1' X 2 so P P -: ee' ' 4 ' 1 H1 G X, o' it'on cf Goeesfl, He is o sf f no ' 1 V ' A " T 1. a ' 'H ov,el ind pero , by ' sn T L , 'N Q 'P L -s"e ' 1 H N 1 Jo ' f f . s 'Iv is ' s.'1 s '- - . . 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Q 2 I G -V V Y ,, ' - ' J a' - f - ' 1 A ' a," ' , J f . 4 we the memo rs of the sanior class ot tn oessel P1bh Scnoo oe1r bout go p rt 111 ll the class rooms and Stddl s of our beloved hlgh school, h reby make s our Ld t 111 and testament, P rt Voth 1ll my extra ha1r IF1 ccumul ted dur1ng the past year to N , rb Franz vho 1S dr Stlcally 1n need of some Norma KlxK6l 111 my StUq1OUS bod s to Jerol Schm1dt :ho is to bug! going'to Canton t ni ht to study I r J ruh w1ll my ab1l1ty to tell w1ld StOP16S to any one who 15 dumb enough to Pl v tram on J z n Illl my ab1l1ty to turn cart wheels to Harold Unruh Ducrx ed dllmybeaut1ful soprano VO1Ce to Weldon Voth 1f you can reach eta Bull r Wlll my tlght Jeans and cowboy boots to Mr Schm1dt who mlgft m 5 good use out of them refdl WISDS w1l11ny 51 Chevroletto Stanley John Schm1dt your model A mlght UCTl1S 'oelk 111 ny ab1l1ty to Break up nd make up to any one th t feels 1 t rd Fva Lena Th1esen w111 my glasses to any one who wants to look ut the s+ars Jul1a D rksen 111 all the stat1o1ary I used lrltlng letters, to A ldlng Duerkser :no needs somethlng to do Rob rt Unrau 111 my w1tty remarks to Gladys Goertzen Velm Sokroeder H111 my s xaphone to Eldon Schmldt I hope you M111 learn to play lt ev r tbaugn 1 never d1d Ne, Eldon I :kr tz nd nrd1th tnmzdt w111 our wonderful Sunday H1ghtS to Robert bchroec r and Gladys Frey Joel Frey 111 my motorcy le to Don Medel but watch out Don your long legs m1ght let lt run off N1thOUt you Jud1th Ratzl fi w111 y ab11 ty.nntto real r ke up to Jean Schroeder who makes good use of hers Els1e Fl m1nv t1ll my ab1l1ty to play the art of an old woman gn plays to W r11n sch oeder J o seem1ng1y gets the p r of a ymuagfaoman Fr nClS bl TIDQ 1111 my leep1ng 1n History class to hr L1ns held ho always f1DdS me asl cp 1n h1S class , E1leen Pe1m r 111 my school 511' COmD1SX1OD to Denn1s P1am1ng ff- c 1-f v o-.oS 11-1 , ' L, 1 sf H - ' . 1 J., ' .5 J. 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A 1 L C1 FV' tr 1 U111 U1 I' L, 'Zi 1 1 1 1 llr J clocl wrwml C G uug'x b JJ 1 lb A muon o 1 alt V1 1 ry hcl M o fnmldi 11S may cone 1D handy omcdoj C 11+ lhd Lovgll c Ll 111 Q h n rc drums to J1mmy ond Toll ho Q ou chj plc Yolou 161 wlll mv uh1l1Ty to go out wlth wlrlo from other school- t is 1 hone y Q wlll have better luck thin I dld, Hlrtmut. whl 'lll tr Y leon Room to the Junlor Boys, SGL1HP nal wwf Loch uso of lt t'1s ycmr. Hou thu 1 1 V1 T10 Jbl 1 V o Q clllolg 1D Cp TL Cf thgmoo of: Q wall the full Lcspouqlhxlltw 01 hclng upper Q11 , hnfz 16 wolla llkc to U1VC all uhh Lourmgg lf the w rld to help wltl 1'e harm t1mGS th 1 mre head of you. ur 1 1 , X L 1+YL O thlc ulll O 1 l P fxq L. c o 1 V CL qfIQf .,3 'ill my 5bj1i1y not to VO Qu WCf itll Hy JLlW" you L' l'H'l3 N . L"'C,'y- , Ahlili folk rt 'ill mj Svc1pQm, Tltpl -:H1'1 to A vin 4h4c3eno Y . . . , - ,. .. '- 'J' I Jltuy ,fkxmit ymll mv Q 1 , il,. t t th, sth' U ofv -Ao 11 41 gone. Ipmlih 'c'h M w'1 ,A 'glghi t. Mb, lcli' U Tl fi P' L' ' "- Llizf' tk 5 Lw',, T, 'I Q Ii kf N fu- S 3 1 .' Q v lWUY f ' ,ri ri HQ W pl yo H' Oy Llc 4, fu. 1n,goLo 5chg" " U 'V' '. -' J' H . - U C o gWlij1ffYJ1 1 , ' L' 'c' -' N - X 2 ' E 1 tru xoxicr gQ-.s m', 'Io - Vo ' ' , H' 5 t.'+ 5' 7h3iCH wirls hf'p ,+1Q 1 ,Q 'X ' m' .fa thu jog ous we g'll ,1, Q '1'tK t bf 511' '. ' W,i.f .11o11ves. 113, YWJQJN, is ivl . Q .AE 'e.'11 .,:Y.1.' Q . A " 1 ' Qsgxnerl hi Pres 221 5 v 1 ' ' 1 -' Q o ' 1 1 F 4 ', h 'o' ' J' 1- , Q , J , M . gi na Q11 Ln' " ' ' at 1 x a "TwV1'U 5P?9lPt WT W. 5. Tfhiidt. PYinciFGl, OS W'-J'3E f h'o " . Hero fgro we sei ,Ur nail aux fam. or +Ff. 91:1 EFT f YQ., 1145, .1 u I1 I U H S fi eee Schmidt S Dueck L Loucks Ures vice Gres Sec Treas L Bartel J Krause J Schroeder Brenut S Council S Council Q 1 V Dirksen J Duerksen V Frey M Goossen fi C Klassew H Klassen L hikkel J Schmidt J Schmidt K Schmidt J Schroeder Schroeder AQ N Thiesen W Voth D Uflrllh D Unfllh is nruh M Unruh D Voth L Voth If D. Wedel H. Wedel L. Wedel H. Wiene i W x L w w S U P H U IH U R 5 S L Reimer Pres Vice Urea Sec Treas 5 Unrau H Duerksen R Duerksen S Counci S Council D- Flaming D. Klasaen D. Klaassen L. Nickel H. Nikkel D Rafzlaff J Reimer R Reimer G Schmidt S Schmidt J Schroeder J Schroeder R Schroeder A Thlesen h 1 R- Unruh 0. Wenger 1 L F R E S H HI E n R aaczlafa 5 Schmidt N Nikkel Pres Vice pres Sec Treas W Fast B Dankratz S Qouwcil G Coertzen H Go rtz D Hlebert E Frey S Council J Koehn L Koehn 'YS' '-wal' R Nickel R Peterson J Reimer , . . . , . O . C U ws i jr' I I - - l U 'N Q A O v . - -. e . , 1 . . . 1 c I c c I A. Schmidt D. Schmidt E. Schmidt 0. Schmidt S Schmidt J Schroeder F Ratzlaff J Unruh S Unruh D Voth N K Wenger' C liens L Wiens 4 , W o . Q w , U I 0 Y 7, t 1 N 0 g 1' 0 Z s 5 5 5 Z Q z i I E I 4 J wir? 7 'f Y- . PPELLA 4th Row M Woelk, R Wedel, D Hlebert, L Voth, J Schroeder, G Unruh, D Klaessen,H Weuel H Wiens, D Wedel, F Flaming, J Schroeder, K Buller, Pankratz, M Hlebert, H Unruh, M Schroeder Br Row E Frey, H Klassen L Janzen, J Koehn, D Fltmlng, S Schmidt, D Unruh, R natzlaff, K Wenger, R Unruh, R Unrau, L Brandt, M Wiens, R Duerksen, C Klas en, S Sc1m1ot, L Loucks, R Nickel 2nd Row N Iikkel, J R81mP1, J Unruh, H Nikkel, S Dueck, V Wiens, J Dirksen, K Schmidt, D Fley, L Nickel, E Duerksen, J D Ratzlaff, E Flamlng, J Ratzlaff lgt J Duerksen, D Voth, H Goertz Unraua N Nickel, N Goossen, R Reimer, G Goertzen, J Schroeder, 0 Jenger, G Frey, S Schmiot L Bartel, G Schmidt, N Tniesen, J Schmidt, B Sch idt, V Frev E Reimer, J Krause, F Wlens, B Pankratz The music department of Goessel High School has again taken part in many and various activities The band, one of the largest for many years, made many appearances both in school and out of school In Seotember it marched at the State Fair in Hutchinson It also aarticluated in the band aav festivities at Wichita Unfrersity in October The pep band played at all home basketball games The most outstanding group of the music department has been the A Canella Choir The choir has cerformed many times and received much favorable comment from all those who heard it Performances were given in churches and in school programs in addition to the appearances at various music clinics and contests The entire music oeoartment presented the Christmas program and oarticioated both in the league and regional music festivals held in March and Avril Through diligent work and practice the various grouos have received high ratings at the music festivals A final sorlng concert was presented ln May THIS PAGE COH LIMENTS OF THE CANTON LLEVATOR CO INCOnDOnATED ,sqm ' I ' n I , , . T I .' ' vg -5 f - , 1 I . . . . s. : . , Schmidt, A. Schmidt, V. Schroeder, C. Wlens, E. Schmidt, W. Fast, L. Re1mer,. . 4 L. 4 o ,. I u a Q so . A. . . . . " , . ' . ' , . . . ' . L . m an 'ek 'v 4th Row J Dirksen, K Schmlut, D Frey, L Nickel, M Unruh, E Duerksen, Schmidt, J Schmidt, V Schroeder, C Wiena, W Fast, E Schmidt, L Bartel, wedel 3rd Row V Dirksen, J Unruh, S Dueck, 0 Wenger, L Reimer, Schroeder, L Nickel, D Voth, E Thiesen, G Schmidt, V Wiens, 5 Schmidt, Frev, 2nd Row J Duerksen, B Pankratz, H Goertz, N Nickel, J Krause, Thiesen, H Nikkel, G Goertzen, J Ratzlaff, J Schmidt, J Reimer, B Schmidt, V Frey lst Row L Wiens, L Koehn D Voth, S Unrau, M Gooasen R Reimer, D Rat laff, E Fleming, E Reimer N Nlkkel, F Ratzlaff iw 4th Row J Schroe er cnruh, D Klaaesen, B Voth, M Hiebert, H 'edel H Wiena, D Wedel, N Voth, F Flaming, J Schroeder, K Buller, M Hieoert H Unruh jrd Row M Noelk, J Koehn, D Flaming, S Schmidt, L Voth, D Unruh, B wedel, L Nikkel E Pankratz, M Wiena, R Duerkeen, C Klaseer L Loucke, 2nd Row R Schroeder, L Janzen, R Ratzlaff, D Unruh, K Wenger, D Hiebe t, R Unruh, R Unrau, L Brandt, D Schmidt, D Kleeeen, S Schmidt lat Row A Sc mldt, E 'Frey, 0 Schmidt R Peterson, H Klaeeen, J Reimer, L Son 'dt, R Nickel, S Unruh, M Schroeder, J Schm dt Y U , I ' f I . je ' , 3 . I , ' ' A 0 I 0 g A. . . . . , , , gf' - 0 : o o s . , a 0 0 p ' . . G- . 2 . . , , , N' I 0 Q 0 g , . - V 0 1 a u 0 u , . , , , ' 0 T 0 a , Q . . Hifi V V 1 .. .., I , fi , Lic 'T .- . u . . , .HY , Q o ' Q Q o n u , o V ' u 0 . c o o o L- Q Q , , ' Q , . u n . A , I : I N-1 1. N C I U O u T Q 0 s o o - o , I . 1 J Q o 9 o 4 c . ,Y .W . Q Q Q A 0 1 u 1, - Q DIRECTOR Herbert Franz DRUM MAJORETTF J Schmidt TVIRLFRS E Reimer, Schmidt, V Frey, J Dirksen TRUMPETS L Jenzen, D Wedel, J Krause, Brandt M Woelk, J Schroeder, D Klassen, D Hiebert, J Schroeder, E Frey C Wlens, R Peterson, F Flaming, R Nickel CLARIMETS V Frey, N Thiesen L Bartel, M Gooseen, A Schmidt, S Unrau, D Voth, G Goertzen, J Reimer, S Schmidt, H Goertz, B Pankratz, J Unruh, J Voth, E Schmidt SOUSARHONE L Voth, E Pankratz, D Schmidt BASS SAX J Schmidt BASS CLARINET Dirksen TFNOR SAX V Schroeder BARITDtE SAX R Wedel FRENCH HORNS N Nickel, E Duerksen, L Loucks, M Unruh FLUTES G Frey, V Dirksen, J Q R Reimer, S Dueck, H Iikfel, R Ratzlaff BARITOT E Reimer, S Schmidt J Koehn TROMBONES B Schmidt D Klaassen, D Frey, L Reimer, W Fast, H Wedel, L Weael, L Schmidt, J Relmer, O Schmidt, S Unrxh, S Schmidt DRJIS E Schmidt, L NlCA91, H Wiens, R Schroeder BASS DRUM K Buller CYLBALS V Wiens HIS DAS C7 ULINEITQ OF HIVS T'S JE'ELrY, HILLCBORO ' - - . - . . 2 . J - . fc. . . ' . - . . . L. I , S S S S ' S . Q S , O I I l O Y 1 Q O , I . 1' .' . ' ..-'. '. 'J' 'S '-J., Schmidt, N. lzllkkel. PICCCSLO - J. Du-Qrksen. oBoE - K. Schmidt. fxwo sAxAPHof:E. - . . ' . 'T'1. . . :ss - . . . . 1 c S A Q v - S Q , A S -S S S - S v S' P909 NSEMBLES HTHL MADRIGAL SIhGFnS' M woelk, E Duerksen L J nzen J Dirksen, J Krause V Frey B Schmidt, L Loucks, J Schmidt, E Pankratz P 63 Boys' rift en Vo ce 2nd Row D Hiebert, J Schroeder D Klaassen, H Wedel, D Wedel Voth H Welns, K Buller, lst Row H lHSSCH, I chroeaer S Schmidt, R Wedel H Unruh, S Schmidt, R Unrau few em Vocal Soloists 2nd Row L Janzen, J Schroeder M Hiebert, E Due-ksen, E Pankratz, E Flaming, S Schmidt, lst Row J Krause, L Loucks, J Schmidt, M Woelk, B. Schmidt, M Goossen Girls' Fifteen Voice 2nd Pow K Schmidt, D Frey, Schroeder, J Schmidt, A Schmidt G Schnidt, L Bartel, lst Row J Duerksen, N Nickel, S Unrau Flaming, E Schmidt, M Goossen Reimer, S Dueck not on picture 0642609 Boys' Quartette L. Janzen, M. Woelk, E. Pankratz, L. Loucks. Girls' Sextette V. Welns, J. Dirksen, V. Girls' Quartette J. Krause, E. Duerksen, J. Schmidt, B. Schmidt. -9953 Schroeder, A. Schmidt, K. Schmidt, v. Frev. pianists J Krause, D Voth, W Fast French Horn Quartette Br B5 Quartette N NICKC1 M Unruh, L LOUCKB, I Jaqzen, D wedel, D Klaaesen E DUETVSB x B qchmldt 69 Hmm Clarinet Sextette Tmwbone Trio S Unrau M Goosaen, A Schmidt, L Bartel, W Fast, D Frey: L Reimer N Thiesen, V Frey W00dw1Hd TPi0 Brass aextette G prey, K 36,1-ynidt, V Fr-ey E Reimer, D Frey, L Janzen, J Krause, N Nickel, E Pankratz Qaxaohone Ensemble weuel, V Schroeaer, H Reimer, S Dueck, H lkkel J achmicxt, R '-Zatzlaff 'D Q U O . , . . . . . . 1. 7' V- I , , s 'W I .- , , A , , . . . . 0 ' u 0 F , e A f 7 , . X ,f W 552 if Ll F.. 1' Q . ' . . . Ii , Q R . W . . 9 Flute Qlartette J Scnrlat V Dirksen, J Duerasen, G Frey Instrumental Soloists Standing L Reimer, D Frey, D Klaassen, L Voth B Wedel, Schroeder, J Schmidt, R Reimer Sitting J Duerksen, G Frey, L Janzen E Reimer, K Schmlat, V Frey Tronbone Quartette B Schn11t, L Reimer, Frey, D Klaassen THIS RAGE COMPLIVENTS OF DR A K RATZLAFF AND DR R L KRAUSE, GOESSEL - . ... - , , , 7 . . 1 P .. I . . . . , . v. . . , Z . . I I I I 1 . . .1 I L- f V , ...' . . D. . . . - A ' I 1 O ' 5 ' Editor korma Nickel Assistant citor Lauerta Bartel suslrese Ianager Eldon Pankratz Ass Businesq anager NarTinSchroeder W Votl, L Riever, V wie S Dueck, J Krause, Nr Llrsch ic , , Se te B Derkr tz, N Scnrceger, E Pankratz, N Nickel, L Bartel, G Schmlct - F' L IQIIIII ' Standing: L. Loucke. B. Schmidt, R.Sohroeder, K. Schmidt, L. Janzen S. Unrau . 1 . W. . ' ns, . . . . . .e '. I - S Eiiaiiiaiil Editor Isle F amlng Ass Editor 1 abeth Schmidt Business lalafer Robert Unrau Standing CL to RJ I Nlkxel, G Frey, K Sch idt, V Dirfsen, L neimer, J Krause E Panaratz, R Reimer, B Voth S Dueck, L Nlcnel, L Janzen, D Un uh J Dirxsen, R Schroeder, L Louczs, E Duer4sen, M Schroec r, Voth, V Wiens, J. Sch' At, J. Duer'sen, . DCHPOSQSF, L. Goossen, J. Schmidt, J. Schroecsr, Seated: Miss Fast, E. Scdslat, E. Flaming, R. Unrau, L. Voth, Viss Neu'e1d. ,, 4 . V," 44 .411 'Q . ', ,ff 2 , J 3 W.. Y, . .af-""-Y "ur V 'V' I Y , wi A f Q , L 'fs T . - --------- e-m--L L. . ' - ----El'z. . ' Af F- 'g ------ 1, I Ass. Business kanager--Lester Voth I J. ' . . m . f 1. . ' . . K 1 ,,, . - . . . . -, . . . . . . ' . . . . '. . I . . A Te TL . tid 5 V ' '- I L ' TA Y TEE 'Wi 'YQ1 it ess Mrs Bessie L Loose Miss Elda Peterson Advisor Advisor Top down right side J Schmidt Social, Dirksen Music, V Wiene Treas Finance, L Reimer Social, S Unrau Music, R Reimer Sec Program, B Schmidt President Top down left side E Duerksen Publicity, G Schmidt Social Service, E Schmidt Publicity, L Bartel Worship, E Flaming Worship, J Krause Vice President Membership N Nickel Social Service, J Duerksen Nembershi Center left to right J Schroeder Finance, S Dueck Program The purpose of the Y Teens nTo build a fellowship of women and girls life those ideals of person devoted to the task of realizing in our common hich we are committed by our fB1th as Christians al and social living to w Hln this endeavor we seek to understand Jesus, to share his love for all people and to grow in the knowledge and love of God ' Some of the high lights of the year included the Parent Daughter Ban quet, the Heart Sister week, the all school skating party, sponsored by the Y Teens and the Leap Year Party The girls also enjoyed a slumber party which took place in the gym For their world Fellowship project the girls worked on a 'G10r1f1ed Scrapbookn which was sent to Japan Another project was making favors for the patients at the hospital and for the people at the Home for the Aged t to both the Summer and Fall Conferences 1 Delegates were sen The programs were based on religion, work, health, the arts, persona l concern relations and problems of socla The club had a one hundred percent membership this year 1 1 , h V i,: I' if-nik sg 4 2 Q ,, 1 L TQVQ, V E . , , 5 . - 1 it F Z' fi' X. 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" 0 - n A Q U U - ' e HI- J D Wedel Student Council L Janzen R wedel Mr Linsoheid L Voth E Pankratz Vice Pres Treas Advisor Soc Chairman Pres N Schroeder Secretary L Loucks Worship Chairman The ourpose of the H1 Y is UTO create, maintain, and extend throughout the ' I 1 the oal of school and community, High standards of christian character t s g every H1 Y member to carrv out this purpose in everyday life The H1 Y also soonsors a Parent Son get together, swimming parties, and a slumber narty These programs and activities serve to make membershio in the H1 Y interesting and worthwhile for the boys The project for this school year was the installation of a badly needed plate glass mirror in the boy's wash room The H1 Y has done more for its members than just oroviding entertainmemt and education lt has also taught them the lmoortance of working together n gy , V f-L fn rf 7 J kj T Q ', 3 all-5 LY HEIBLF Left to right Mr Deokert Faculty Advisor, W Voth Reporter, L Loueks Vice Pres , K Buller President, L Nikkel Secretary, L Voth Treasurer J Schroeder Sentinal :Y f a 65110 9 A 9 J OQQ .- gf X ooh 6 f aff The third year for the F F A has been an active year full of events and experiences In November the annual Parent Son BBHQUGC was held The pest eradication contest of ten weeks started in November and ended in January with the losing side treating the winning side to a chill supper During one Christmas vacation evening, the F F A sponsored a carnival for raising chapter funds A number of field trips were taken during the year The F F A also was represented at District and State Agricultural and Farm Mechanics contests Throughout the year the shop was loaded with projects being built and repaired during the two shop days per week Classwork in Agriculture con sumed the remaining three days per week The year of 1955 56 will hold many enjoyable memories for the F F A boys and their advisor, Mr Deckert THIQ PAGE COMDLIMENTS OF CROSSROADS C0 OP, GOESS EL F. F. . ,x,-s AT.: rf ,wfx M7 4: Cl 'u?fkQfC51 5 h .9 , Z l"Zo ' A . ' b yqiix ai 1' S v r J 7' 1 fig-,lf TUBE Cllll Cll Standing J Schroeder, E Pankratz F Flaming D Hiebert, E Duerksen, D Wedel, B Schmidt, R Duerkeen, V Wiene Sitting J Krause S Unrau, B Pankratz, R Wedel, M woelk, J Dirksen, Mr Schmidt, LIBHAHIA l"e""'H"' Standing: M. Hiebert, B. Voth, J. Dirksen, J. Schmidt, V. Dirksen, G. Unruh, G. Schmidt, O. Wenger, Mies E. Fast. Sitting: D. Voth. IJHAMATIC A CONTEST PLAY UTHE REVOLT OF MOTHERH B Voth, K Schmidt, E Pankratz, M Woelk, E Flaming, E Duerksen FPESHMAA SUPHKORE PLAY HRISE AMD HIIEN ,g 'A vt' . '- . .T , ' S Q ming: D. Scnricit, w. Fast, 11. Nikkei, S. schrvmt, D. Hiebert, sitting: D Voth, D. Klaasnen, H. Nikkel, S. Schmidt, L. Reimer, B. Pankretz, R. Ratzlnff JUNLOQ DLA! HOUR GIRLSH Standing L Voth, J Schmidt, J Schroeder, L Nlkkel, J Schroeder Sitting J Schmidt M Schroeder, D Unruh, K Schuidt, L Loucks, V Dirksen SE LOH U.AV CASW TITLLE 'O' N Standing V158 fast Director, L Janzen, G Unruh, K B41 er, E Dankratz, E Thiese Sltting B Schmidt, L Nicxel, E Duerxsen, E Reimer, J Dirksen , . Q . 1 . . x Q . g , . - . TI 1 . . . , 5 1 I 1 1 . .. ,K ' x -. . 0 .. " 'Y' 7 II rw y v -- H .4 . ' .. V .. . .'..'1.4 . ' "' 4- 1 'I . . - . . 4 - -e . . . Q . Q - ,, , . . . . . 0 . . , 4 E I P Z P . E H T H E T I 1 f 5 . 5 Z i ll S ' -K L ,.,,,ge.:, h i,1,' ' A Hi BLUE erlin Hiebert TEAM Goesael Goessel Goesse1 Goessel Goeeae1 Goessel Goessel Goessel Goessel Goeseel Goessel Goessel Goeasel Goeseel Goesse1 Leon Mikael Lost Springs Lincolnville Lost Sorings GOESSEl Booby Wedel Walton Lehigh Tamoa Canton Ramona Canton Lehigh Tamoa L1nco1nvil1e 3 Ramona Walton Durham h M C Goessel 73 Goessel 56 Goessel 58 Robert Unrau NAndyn Kllooenetein Donnie weoel Goessel Goeasel Goeseel Goeeeel Goeseel Goeesel Goessel Goesee1 Goeaeel Goeaeel Goeeeel Goeasel Goeasel Goeasel L Tournament Lost Sorings 32 Durham 52 Ramona 64 Coach Kenneth Buller Francis Flaming ECU Walton Lost S rin B Rehigh Tampa Canton Llncolnville Ramona Durham Canton Lehigh Tampa Lincolnville Ramona Walton Durham Korrin Woelk 65 2 51 - 75 25 48 28 1 58 39 3 47 li 69 .L 38 M9 2 1 U1 39 56 41 71+ 38 30 16 51 75 34 20 Goessel 71 Durham no Goeggel 71 24 66 , ' E3 50 25 L+? 1+ - 30 13 6L+ . '26 32 22 82 A Eu 63 39 68 - 12 61 lb 62 EZ - 62 22 53 H 40 3b - 71 U3 43 31 74-'v HEER LEADER L Janzen, K Sch,1dt, V Frey, E Reimer P? M C L Standing First Place Sues-we N N C L Tournament Secona Place "P-es 1 WAFS We wwaafffa 10111, aarmaie if l77Qf ,lg up IS s aww M1 Elda P 12 0144140 4 ffef I ,yd Kaffe Area Ahuntln we,uJ LL 'ES Twds 7ff6 M47 af7'4A"f plczlafes ffir? 5206 gijogjtzi doo' 04 fir-cz Me, scivdl 75 1 A N Eu x K vi f. .T H 2- . Q ' f I- ' - 0 L. 5. r , A Q 6 1 , in 70 . s's N D e erleon . J, A Home Economics ' ,N I I , i mvQ,g:h?, is i 1 P kV-v I. 0 o 1 I ff' e 4' io ----f 11 - 'F ' 4' x 1 Vf N A " - 1 . ' . 12 fr' Calendar o vents eotember N Schoo O as soeaker n Dru 1 with He Albert Koontz from Hllwsbopo of school A new attraction in the halls of G h S Se temb r 5 First dav the H1 Y Boxs instal SG a water cooler of clas es oeotemb r o First dav Seotember 7 Today tne amusing esults bare foete CaPllEG a eptember tmeir com Seotember classes elected their o llcere which brolght about many Seotember 9 Twenty seven queer looking freshman ent red the hal s of G S dnnd wearldg short skirts or oants,straw hats,anc torn shirts Each doll l2 A ootluck su Jer was held by the Y Teen Cab after which they cuo it interesting oeotember 19 senlor class Seotember 4O tee members Jullette's clair was tloped by Uete Tne results were exceedingly The juniors enjoyed their wiener roast at 'ewton Par! vhile the enjoyed their River ia? Party at the Mcpherson Park Today the freshman SHJOVSQ their wiener roast at the Blosaer Pas ture The after party effects were more exciting than the oartv itself At the Gus Unruh's oasture we found the sovhcmores enjoying a clas oarty The Future Housewives of America CHome Living glF'B, THUG a t lo to Michlta to see the Parade oi Home U Ve beat Lehigh by the narrow score of lb 13 Hurrah' eptember 24 The Band wa comullmented on their fine Jerfolmance at the State Falr eotember aeotember eotember e terber Boo' we lost aball gameat hincolnvll e A I r V V bcv from Greece t87k9Q to tne tlQSHt Body T e C A held their annual Uotluck Supper A eoresertative from the Herff Jones Co was here to show the juniors their class rings and the seniors their announcements October 3 Phyllis and Forrlni, magicians, entertained the high chool tudents and some grade school ouoils with tnelr oerlormance October 5 October 6 a sleeoless October 7 School dismissed for the funera df Mr Franz's mother The Y Teens scent an evening of recreat on after which thev enjoyed nigh in the high school H1 Hio' Hurrah' We won theball gamewitn Durham U O October ll To our disao olnt ent we lost an excltlng game with Ramona The senlors reached their goal of Sf O from tH8lP dagazine Sale Camoalgn Con gratulations' October 12 won the bal game against Tamoa October lb Ne beat Lost Sorings 6 5 October l5 Band oerlormed at the Bethel Co lege FOWeCOWlHE game The Y Teens made a oroflt of S60 at their food sale in Newton October l7 and lost October 18 atlons October Zu program We went to olav our first tournamentball gameat Tamoa with Ramona Simon Schmidt took the olctures of tne mu ical and other orgahiz 'The lelody Mastersn from K U oresenteo a very entertalnl g 'f' 'I' - ,J A . 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S 9 'V 53" The and o5'U- C 'Yet'- day, Neea an help P Q 9, f ' , , ".z222:g3?' ' ' " H. 'Kg 9 ' f ,if P Q 'f . by . f 5.1 ' . Are flvesc, sembrg 59 October 22 A week endsurprise! A new member was added to the Linscheid family Congratulations to the parents and Steven Kent' October 25 Ten Y Teen girls went to Manhatten to attend the Fall Conference October 27 Camera here, Camera there, Every where a camera' The Marquise Studio representative from Oklahoma came to Goessel to take the senior olctures The three lower classes also had their pictures taken October Goessel October Reimer, 2 e second half of the One Act Play Festival was held at Goessel received an HExcellent' rating 3 e Student Council elected Vanlla Frey, Karen Schmidt, Eileen and Leon Janzen as cheerleaders November 2 First Snow of the year November 3 4 Cecil Hinshaw gave us an illustrated lecture on the different countries of the world and their problems November 9 Hear a moan and groan? Its 1ust the seniors they got their :roofs November ll presented a November November entitled November body November 16 Alexander Van Gllse showed pictures and talked to the The Bethel College Chorale under the direction of Dr Suderman program to the H1 Y and Y Teens The Band ulayed and performed for Band Day at Wichita Unlversitv The freshmen and sophomores OF6B6HtEQ the Hall school olayn Rise and Shine student l8 Parent Son F F A Banquet was held at the high school The Home Economics girls served November 22 Elsie Flaming received a flash camera as a lst prize for selling magazines Emmalyn Duerksen received a fountain en as 2nd prize November 24 28 Thanksgiving vacation November 28 The A cappella choir presented a program at the Women's Auxilary Meeting at Bethel College December with Mr December where they December 6 December 7 December 8 December 9 The North Marion County League Band Clinic was held at Goessel J Welgand from Emporia State Teachers College as host conductor Pep Band organized Mr and Mrs Kllooenstein went to Topeka adopted a baby gir , Barbara Ann Started the basketball season by playing Walton and won 65 51 We had some company Two little dogs niors sponsored the film Martin Luther Came through with another victory at Lost Springs Troopers Pierce and Muruhy showed a film on safe driving at a special assembly orogram December l2 decorations December DGCEWDSP December December December 20 Y Teen Cabinet with the help of some boys nut up Christmas We beat Lehigh 58 39 Queen CBDd1Q8t9S for the FFA Carnival were elected Won our ball game at Tampa 69 38 The annual Christmas program w s resented by the tudent body A HOT game at Canton WON by 2 uoints 8 - Th - - . 1 - Th 12 - 3 A ' . V. 15 - g A I IIA ll. November 29 - The seniors sponsored the film, UP1nkyn. 1 - , . J. . . 2 - . . . Aj - - -------- 1 . - Ju I u ui 13 - - - . H 15 - ' '. l6 - - A - . 19 - - e 3 ' s ' '. 'P ll? 0 SMILE 72 dqyafz' r be 'USM befdv-'cz GM rcaczfxcg wp.-:A 5 your i 8 Eflj erf Z' LJ P 10 fi 7D ec M xs J Pun? Arilsf ? ffh-Jssora, lsz' o. d narv?f.'f s , our Home Lcono ics teacher, for the second semester, SC DO e All scrool Christmas Dart! Tre Draratlcs Class presented SK T t e e C J stnasu vacation started ri ht after the .J Ft: ect FFA Car lva Aroit ochmiot was chosen as queen her attendants e C r e s quvs Frey, anc Janice Schmidt n1 V 3 t :NCQ u?F1 V 9 FXS P ,1 I' C ristmas Vacation ends The Y Teens soonsored a skating oartv e jun ora were na my to receive their class rings r Caec ert, representative of the T B Association showed the C e u wltl another v ctory oy beating Lincolnville 76 3b 'ost our fir t bal game to Ramona The score was 51 73 Jaru rv :en or ulaolayed t eir talents by giving a program Orce ore we ere tnrflled oy beating Durham 71 no r Blueblrts beat the Plone rs 66 33 Janx re r o Oul new Hone Economics teacher, Visa Peterson, began her teaching LU Wrs L ose's vlace J nuarv we again beat the Pioneers ln the first night of the North Marion tount L91pJP oulnamert P1 rx 6 A gr UD of en or Ole Ore School' at Gordon H rflt January 28 Januerx 3l Februar oec Februar re ru ry t icatlon rte t Llalqy he finals of the e xltr Durham 'e beat Canton M7 girls 1 esented a one act Jlay entitled nThe Grade ocnool worked haro to win the 2nd tourmament we lost to Ramona 58 64 lmon Schmlct took ictures for the annual but was unable to lse of a snow storm e hae a ba fet ball game at Lehigh Goessel won 6U 36 Tne rkA boys nad a chi 1 su Jer given oy the losing team in the e beat Ta Ja 84 bb in a home basketball vame uar S Two 1 ms 'Alcohol ls Dynamiten and uDrug Aqqlhtionn were shown o student boog o lr ne c, the Kansas State narcotics Education Bureau sentatlve FL uarv l The Y Te n glrls wrote letters to their heart sisters Goessel beat incolnvill ee 31 at Ylncolnville uary Y Teens reoruary lb THQ Y Teens to Q quite some fortures ver: evcltln 'e vor oy llr t team game wrote ome had a Vale Also had 5 oolnts more let ers some oroveo very interesting time Party at which their fortunes were a game with Ramona which proved to be The oano erformed at the half of the February ll ne stuoe ts M3UtSQ to et verw far, alt lcn the band laveo HThe Old Grav 'are' for the majority of the hour February awhile e ugr February celebrate last nights victory but didn' l6 Horror upon Horror' The seniors got their share of tests for Thex took the State Com hrenslve Tests from 9 a m to 3 o m 17 olron Schmidt came back to finish taking pictures for the annual 40 .ne Vocal Vuslc Clinic was helo at Durham. ,ecerz r Eg - Kiss Peter on J ' m Y . vlfitel n l. -ec vber -3 - ' - Q l n . . . '. . H ' , . I the .it H-he ,lpn 3 for Cn Y U . g . 'e '. Q -ether 32 - L 1. ' h ' A 1 ' wer ten Nl n , G15 ,e U . Ja ,art 3 - 2 ' . . - : h , at Lf' fn. Th 1 - Q, . 'l.L'rj M - H . J in . . stud nt bonj film o. T. B. Jan'a y 6 - an , E L L ' ' - . ' - -r v ' W can arg 1 - - e - . . - . 1,1 13 - ' 1 9 ' . , h ' ' J nzary l7 - . , r , w ' -- ' - . Jalunry 26 - i ' .' e - . .xsrv -3 - 1 A . . ' A ce e 'y tan' g J . o 3 . a , 25 - 1' . . , ' A 7 ' cf' T 1' .. Je.La ' 2' - o S 1 . Jr r - ,. . . ' . .' at noon 7 . tzurn m' Ear, 4 L . f- , 'T' 4. V -- O n ' 0 . V' - 'Iv A ' . X 1 - S N 1 U finish ' av .J ' 'y 2 - W ' SL ' . - . - H 9 1 , -. . . 1 Y . . el 3 - . . - ., ,es era: co. s . Febr e 7 - W. A my '- . n U . Febrx y o - ' f l ' . ," - t the ' . 'f 'y A . ' e9 I ' reuse , . F,-'Y' N Cf - -- 2' K' ... - Q I , an l . - . l -ll o - . Eebr ' 13 - The - ' s e . 5 3 . ' ' ' . - -' - n 1. . - -- .. ., . - . . 1 g g. E J . ' , . - ' ' n ' s - n . . 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' A, -W' ' Y LQ.. -', 5 ' ia if I I J pd - ..,-x' s i .1 I' 5 el' Tl 4 IEDPJ eoru r 2 the stlcent Febru FJ 20 our last no e D81 ga e is L D avec Na ton, son, u ll trouca our oresenteu a :rogran to n tu suns students fron SUPF3dWQ1Hg grade schools nev Sc wilt Have a ta aoout Uveace to tue 11 Y and Y Te ns SLPYSG the 1 at oas1etoa1 ga e at Jurda PHO won 71 U3 This gave the first a le A31 t ace in toe league Tse SSCWWQ team received lst olace ebruarx 7 S n ozs w 1 are a Com unit a e t Contest wi r ean V1 son no e on V fash rlzes ol 7 85, and 53 were giver feozua istrlct Bas etb 11 TOIIHR ent st rt u at Deabocx we Jl8J9Q Florence and won 63 C The ra atlrs c ss D esented a one act o ax, Nhen eet Slxteenn to the ldent oo J arch 'arch Canton L Iaroh 3 Dlawed Uedooo in tne tournslent, but lost by 7 Joints Tne A Ca el a ment to A exaxderxohl Cnruc to vractloe for alndav eaten foessel in the tolrnsment CSaturdavJ The Y Te ns 8 onsored a Leao Year Party Folk games w re ul yer anu then a fl' The te ert Sonvn was shown arcs 1 The H1 Y oors had a swim n oar the Y C A bulluin a ewton r 6 Barca 23 larch 28 Junior Class resented a tures act slay entlt d UOur Girls League 'usic Fe tlva was ne a at Goessel A s eclal as e b n ograr was resexteo to tne student bony Avril 3 Y Teen Parent Daug ter Banquet was held The tneme was Hwhen Pa Courteo 'A' Avril AJr1l Aoril AJP11 May Nay tne 'TEV 6 7 The Digtrlct Iusic Festival was n lo at utcninson 10 A11 school skating party was zelu at tue Nezton Skating Ualace The H1 Y nad a Parent Son evening 17 The Senior Class JF9S9Ht6Q tie lax UL1tt1e o en The Sorlna Music Concert was eld at Goesse 17 The Seniors enjoyed their trim to the Ozar s The Junior Senior Banquet was nelo Baccalaureate Services were held in the hig scuool Rev Wedel sueaker Senior Class kight Commencement All Schocl Uicnio 3 f "Q, -5 ,S 42 fp 7 ' 'ary 21 - Ton ' m ' 11 :.m Q 3'-D'. .1 8 4 ' E F '1 N y 2 7 Charles Tnomf tLe sin5'ng '7.c. , A . ,' . w 1 -F bomy a u ' .,, 3 ,' , . . a Q 7 - ' . 31 ' D lk ' . 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