Goessel High School - Bluebird Yearbook (Goessel, KS)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 100
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1957 volume:
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GOESSEL HIGH CHO0L
GOESSEL KANS S
Editor LaVerta Bartel
Business Manager Marlin Schroeder
Ass't Buslness Manaver Donald Ray Klaassen
Ass't ixdimhff I I I f . f f f Gladys Schmidt
Mr W 0 Schmidt
Prine 1 pal
Board of Directors
Herb Reimer Director
Jacob Voth 13-,gsm-gp
Mrs H K Wiebe
Mrs Albert Unruh
Mr P P Unruh
Mr Dick Wiebs
August Duerllsggxx- Clerk
Mr David C Warren Mrs Eva Harshbarger
Physical Science Home Economics
Physical Education English
Coach Lunch Supervisor
mrs Emma Voth
Mr Gerald S Deckert Miss Edna Thiezen
Vocational Ag Commerce
Mr J Willard Ldnscheid
Mrs Esther Schmidt
Mr. Herbert P FIQHZ
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'You can just about tell
what he'S thinking
'Dynamite comes in small
He is quite
but with us he ranks real
Let us agree to disagree
in all points in which me
do not agree
'A happy disposition is
the gift of nature '
'Chuck full of fun and a
little extra thrown in
'Books and studies don't
b d .so much work to worry me. Igve got other
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Her smiles go all the way
around and button in the
'One of those silent forces
whlch works steadily and
WHe is full of vigor and
vim, western music just
when things go wrong don't
go with them '
nHe may be quiet but who
mall but so is a fire
Just because I don't say
much is no reason I don't
'My heart 1S in the high
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'Ah' sweet mystery of life,
at last I've found you
She'll try anything once
Ambition where art thou?'
That she is quiet we all
know but it's her charac
ter we admire so '
'Athletics and sllence are
Boys are Boys' But they're
DARRELL UNRUH DENNIS UNRUH
Speaks and behaves as he 'Now folks' To hunt and
ought sometimes flsh is my main dish
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'He's a big game hunter
'She works, she plays, does
women are his game'
'Stately and tall he
in the hall
A few years will mane a
great difference, just
wait and see
HENRY H VEDLL
'Everyone looks up to hlmf
this, does that, but most
of all she likes to chat
Three thlDUS that shlne
the sun, th moon and me
'His talents are numerous, The tal nted lad who's
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VAlnDlbTORlaN Janet Schmidt
s hUT Ten AN anna Beth Unruh
lUalc Judlth Krause
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bpxo 11 To 1
beptenber 195 do t1e date tllrty iour eneraetlc fr shm n entered tne
h lls of Goes Sl nlgn bcnool The flTS+ feek of school was enjoyed by ll
of the greenl s , as we were known On lU1fl8t1OU day,ve appeared lOOKlDg
just goofy as veryone thoucnt Je vere The glrl came to school vlth
out make up and yo should have seen tno e Q15 tdllb Then to nake m ttcrs
wolse tn glTlS h t td ar tn lf f ther's wo K snlrt and had to wear thelr
Jeans backwards They also seemed to av a llttle trouble J lklng because
they wee barefoot ln tnelr ovfrsno The boys, however, looked vcry
unusual too They look J real motherly fltl those aprons, women s snoes,
dolls they Jere c rrylng Host of the dolls were ldentlfle as
nou 1 re fere laughed at and nad to do xany ted ous tasks for the
the day was thoroughly
we wo ld be utner clas
Olf1uGFS for dur flrst
V109 pre ldent
and our represcntatlves 1U tnf student councll Jere RachaLHeuuUchs
enjoyed and fe fere look1nL forward to the
year askugh school stud nts-ere tresment
VaN1la lr y, secretary treasurel karen
and Jerry :cnroeuer Our ston or was ur A rbert franz
r cllss vas not wlthout talent ao e were e to t Ke p rt n
pl y uCOIlD' Round the Mountalnn and 1U t e oyeretta Hworas and HUb1CH,
T e year soon came t n e d n lere fr e for a lew months o
xacatlon The vacatlon was enJoyeu byall, but 3h
awaltln the day wH6H tD6J could agaln entel
studentslere iulte eagerly
Goessel llgh bc1ool not as
freshmen but as solnomores
September l95L found A soyhomores re ly
JOlU6 our class thls year so no the numberwas
we agaln chose ur Ir nzfbr our cla s sbon or
for fork Jean Scnloeder
lncrea ed to 15 Thls year
now he m n ged to handle us
for two years stlll remalns a mystrry To llglten the load on Mr Branz's
should rs we elected f1VS ble and Jllllnc class members s cl ss Olf1C6FS
They rere prealdent L6 tcr Voth vlce ple 1d nt u rlln Schroeder,
s cretary trea urer VoNll lrey Jaret SGhmldt and Dennls Unrun repre
sented tue class on the tudent COUUCll,
The Boardlng Hoda Rcachu v twe pla5 NhlCl thefieshnen and members
of our class presented to the tubllc,
Me uppe F6dcHZtH6JuHlOT SCUlOF ban uet lOOk1U ver51nuch llke M6X1CaHS
The boys wore sombreros whlfo shlrta J ans, nl brl nt color d sasnes
reasant blouses, cotton Sk1FtS, and flofers ere UOID by tar g1IlS
september l95J, 32 Junlors enrolled ln the coessel Rural Hlgh SchOdL
The number4m'members xn dm class was decrc sedby the loss of three members
Rachel delnrlchs attended theliutchlnson fngh School AnnaUBeth Unruh enrolled
1U the Newton Hlgh school, and Gerald Janzen remalncd at hom to helt wlth
the farm work
Our OfflCGlS for thls flrst yeal as upper olassmen were President
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trecsurer Lonnle Loucks, end student COUDCll members Judlth Krause and
Jerrv Schroeder Our sponsor was ulSS V1Tg1n18 Nuefeld
In order to F3156 money for the JuHlOT senlor benquet and else for the
trlp we were to t ke the followlng yeer we presented the play WOnr G1IlSN
nd skonsored the fllm ueltlh LUtH6TH
TUG 1 y of the bunquet flhelly eIFlV6d end the sehlors werf lHV1tGd to
tHG hlmh school 3Ud1tOF1Um where tney JOIHGW the plrotes crew it Hlreesure
T lrty t o s PlOFS enrolled 101 dw l9i F7 school y onhle Loucks
enrolle. 1U tae s tcm emy, but e r lhed e HUM rs o 4 bee use
A h get onl golned our Cl So 45e1D
The ofllcers forthe fln l yeel nun O ool ere resldeh Hebert
Nedel vlee ul Q1 ent ,ester Voth secret ly Judlth ireusc, tr surer
V N11 Jrry, end student COdDC1l m mbers Jerrv SchroeueI'ehd Keren oChmldt
Our sponsor we ire eldo Voth
Our cless cCtlV1tlQo revolved round fro3ectsfbr'r lSlHg money for our
Ilp at tle end of the ye r The New orld Uolt6t f1lm, 'The Fuller
brush 1 n 5PLVl1Q t HUSl c 1D c leo t the Juslc lestlve
JEIC ,one of our ,rfgects our m gor blOJOCf, hofevel, ee the pl y l
b mlly Noboly dnteh' lfter s veh CVCUIUD prectlc fen lost pohed
y6IfOTmcDC6S we flrelly :ere ble to present to full hcnse tHE lley The
UG Je Q rom the H1 ut of tHE l J, l we l ft by CH rtered cu
or Jr neon, MlQSOUFl, where Je engoyel OUfSrlVGS for tUlEP d ys hey lf
IC r turhfd to tt DQ the b huuet nlc the jUUlOTS h J prepared for us
Becc lrur te s rvlces were ttfnded on hey l ev H B Schmldt,
estor oi the l bol CUQFCH, wee tl s r
H ulng Upxoff to our Gorl s th tiene o our cless nlglt nregrem,
the l 1 h l been lcon forw To to flnelly
c V6 Tllrty two s nlor yroudly recelved thelr dlblOme nd 1th smlllng
f ces l ft tnelr h1 h school d ys DLhlUd Never to be forgotten, but lla s
thoubht of fs UOt0f1 greet ste IU reachlng Oul l1fe's PO
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lxke me, Uarlene Voth have such a dull time of lt Tostl1 the same teams
lvafs winn1nv uO7SlBF, once wn a wh1le we hdve a real aood se son w1t'
ll re ords he1nv hroken L1k9 we ded t Goessel that wear I eraduated
t'ent ears abc Of course now ne't T143 Joessel ll we Wl8V1Ug 1U the
finals O' the state tournament lllS 15 one vane tw t I'll write un bla
3on fedel now has t 1U sons, he sends them to Uoessel leh Dchool tozet
a good start He 1S now3igch1n for the e1 lork nkees The little Node!
tU1UQ attend the nerl bu1lt school des1ghed h3 the LlUSChP1d t 1ns It has
W0 TIUGOHS, onl a lass roof But twe 1de vasn t so new becau e efertbody
1s ro flf1n their own orlvate nlane an,how Janet Dchroeder took over as
WFlUC1U9l of Joessel 11 lt rorks oulte convenlentlj slnce
store has Just been erected 1D Uoessel 561D 1n school all
can keep n e e on at least some of her Flock of seven Th
Bartel he engo s her ork She 1S soonsor of
f1rst old also It keeos wer oulte bus,
that the buzzer? bust
dazette 1hich he took
'e I oucss 1 m sudoosed to
from Manhattan ie 15 thc head
toe onlx one Jho h s managed to
to th1S ear I m suooos d to
be Lester Vote, the edltor
over after Ur AH3t1OU from
a new Joolrortn
the t1me Janet
school nurse 15
the annual and
1n C518 of the
o meet Bob fedel when he arrlvcs tg plane
oasketoall coach at Hans Q UNIV FS1tl, he is
s 1 s1nU He hones h1S t m will lt the
1P+9TV1 w 11m and Find out 1? h nas oer
suaded bls nenh ws to come to K H after the1r raduatlon tvo ve rs from now
The olane just landed and I see that the D11Dt 15 Cl renee lessen He
has flown to the moon, solo The nrett
Ihrksen In hetween tF1DS she takes care of
Bob and the tax1 15 wsltlne Jerol 9Clm1dT
15 to Get enouel monex saved to vet heck to
to he Qu1te a won
te rdess lS the former lvelma
the small Fre fell here 15
15 dr1J1nf h1s mawn 3mW1tlOU
Oouth Dakota lh1s has oroved
It's hout Gunner t1me so we should nrobahl stoo at the New F1eld Inn
run b Je n nd Rnd Tewf1eld ihe have a laree cha1n of restaurants 1U
lans s now Loren Brdndt nov ranlge toe one 1n POUUdT1d'9 0? course,
Leona 15 the Chief cook and bottle TPSMPF Xntu al1 Jean and Rud, dave a
Wute box The sonv vblch has wust reached the num1er one 'OqltlOU 1 la ann
Uoossen s Famous rexlval 0' the old a or1te, 'Dance Jltb Ne Henr'
kll 1t' Fr1da Ton1yht lS the ble n1vht for Joessel I have Just
been nut wn a Good mood b7 the MWTllU Schroeder show. He took El Sulli
van s snot as too TV comed1an lou can see him 1U color on Channel 39
Th1s channel I ll also carr' Goessel s game tonleht Denn1s Unruh 13 the
manaver In c nnect1on Tlth thvs he also took over KFBI and has lnstallei
a C19SS1CPl hour of nl3NO mus1c1n re lace some of the qazz Anna Bethlhruh
15 featured as a ton 'l8U1St on the oroeram T015 next shof 15 arews cast
LlSl6U to th1s forest f1re 1U Idaho It was snotted bf a lookout
Uarr ll Unruh de 1mmed1atl1 called l9UF' Wedel and tenrs ot out h1s crew
The now hav toe f1re under control Verda cooks for toms vang of flre
see lf she doesn
e b1e notfl here
ator who asks me
bus, Uh dear
st1ll have those
her c rfer 1U muslc thereby at thf ne
SIHCG I am dr1v1n alone tOU1Eht I'll call toe form r Susan Dueckznd
t want to eo alone She nd her husband, LTVIU Votb, own
he has to work at tie desk ton1ght The telephone over
the number 1S Y re1e
It'S robably Jud1th
long talks over the
her to go along, too.
Unruh one 1n'ormsre that the l1ne 15
R ause tal wng to Susan avaln Thew
tele none JUd1th 15 reallv cngo 1ng
cl n1c her 1n toun Mu ss I'llask
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Well, here we are The game 13 about to start, I m st remember to
Contact the Off1C18l scorekeeper after the game to g t the box scores.
Jerry scmroeder seem to be qulte gooa at keep1ng score They haveedlll-
uled the world famous Blue Burdettes to Slng the Nat1OH8l anthem fb
former V alla Frey and Karen clwldt OFQQHIZGG t 15 group But S1HC6 they
are nelther patlent nor prudent, they took MOTLIS foelk and Robert Unrau
along to keeb t em 1D clean They are 8CCONp8D19d by Leon Nlkkel on hlS
gultar. hen he ooesn't travel 11th tI1S group he run h1S ranch 1n Texa
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has Ju t sounded'me enn of the f1r t half That band Wh1Ch
muwlC has qulte a svlng, owlng to the fact that Harold
the drummer Those shrlll plccolo notes are played by Joyce
, nor Unruh Flo band trav l d all over europe mlth lvls rresley.
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name D Dxrln the oav LL swng for the Detlobolltan Cp ra 1U N York
durlng tho rlght h tL lu th poet, Vlrgll, 1D the moonllgrt
G e el h s Ju t von th game by tl e polnts The trophy vas de
S1gDCd by Norna T lc en Tb p otograwher for our paocr 15 Lenora edel
and he ras just tak n a plcture of the presentatlon fell, I'd better
start wrltlng slncc the or o llne 15 mldnlght
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We the Goessel seniors of 1957 belng about to part with the faculty, and
fellow-students of our beloved school do hereby make thls our last wlll
We Karen Schm1dt and
years of cheerleaa1ng
VaN1la Frey, w1l1 our school Splrlt along with three
to Kathryn Schmldt and Marnette Abrahams
The T1d6S to and from
I Hal Wlens w11l my
Ever lf tue blrls fln
I Mayann Goossen wlll my aoll ty to stay away from ooys unt1l
good looks and pleaslng accent to Dennls
d lt hard to reslst you Dennls g1V6 them
oall games may prove to be ou1te lnterestlng
year to Connle ochmidt who flnds them 1Dt6T6St1Hg
We Jerol SChm1dt and Harold Unruh wlll our well spent evexlngs ln Canton
to RODH1S and Bryce Schmldt Remember ooys when there s no olace to go
the Canton b1T1S are alyays waltlng
I Anna Beth Unruh wlll my studlous hours 1D study hall to Melvln Rosefeld
and James Qcnroeder wdo need to soenc more t1me with the books and less
I Donald hedel wlll my 801l1tQ to go out 11th freshmen L1T1S to K6Tm1t
N1kkel rho V1Sh6S that Don d1dn't
I Velma Dlrksen, w1ll my ab1l1ty to have good tlmes on dates to Gladys
Goertzen Don't be shy Gladys ILXS fun
I Dennls Unruh, wlll my ao1l1ty to bo huntlng and f1SblHQ to
ere s hoplng that your gun doesn t blow up 1n your face l1k6
Ue, Janlce SChm1dt and Jean Schroeder wlll our ab1l1ty to
oefore gracuatlon to Leona Koehr and Ruth Relmer Don't gust
lt off ltd a olamond so you re sure he won't get away
I Marlln bchroeder wlll my IHFIOUS sound effect to
tatlng g1P1S lS the hardest but itis fun'
I Henry Wedel, wlll my helght t
up here, Eddle
Eddle rhamlna The
I Janet echmldt, w1ll my ao1l1ty
h1StOTy lesson to A1V1D Thlesen
to the nexs
I Clarence Ylassen, w1ll my flat
flnd that crew cuts are QHIL6 cool Irrln
50 steady, top
Roger Duerksen Tm1
VIGW 1S oultedifferent
to talk Mr Llnscheld out of GISCUSSIHQLUS
You may na e to spend more t1me liSt6n1Dg
top halr cuts to Irvln Goossen Vou will
le Joyce Duerksen, Norma Thlesen, and Lenora Vecel, w1ll the name of 'The
Three Musketeers,U to Anton Klassen Gladys Franzen and Jeanette Nlckel
fT18HdSh13 1S a bolden Chaln so con't oreak a l1nk
I Harlln Klassen w1ll my ao1l1ty to stay away from the Goessel glT1S at
all t1mes to Kelth Ratzlaff I'1l even throw ln my car lf you promlse not
to let the Newton girls down
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barren ln Physlcs class, to Donald Roy Klassen a deep volce helps to drown
out the teachers, Don
We, Judlth Krause and Darrell Unruh, wlll our ablllty to burn mld nlte 011
to Donald Ray Kla sen and Heleen N1kkel n1d nlte o1l 1S cheap, so burn lt
Robert edel, wlll my athletlc ablllty to Ponnle echroeder I'll see you
the lst team neft year, Ronnle
bzsan Dueck, wlll my hlghly superlor saxophone playlng to Archle Schmldt
BCTICG Makes Perfect, Archle
Leon Nlkmel, w1ll my llkes for Western muslc to Mr Schmldt Cowboy
boots mlght help vou get lnto the mood, Prof
I LaVerta Bartel, w1ll my dependablllty and rushed school hours to Robert
Peterson You ulll flnd th t paper can be more useful when not used for
paper wade, Pete
Me, Ierrv bcmroeder and Le ter Voth, w1ll our frlendshlp to Orvllle SCHm1dt
I, Darlene Voth, vlll my good mood at all +lm6S to Mr Franz Take t me out
to laugh Mr Franz, 1t's fun
I, Loren Brandt v11l my nlckname of Goo Goon to Delbert Thlesen Glasses
g1VG you that studlous look Delbert
I, Margle Unruh, wlll mv o lefal dT1VlHg to and from school to Glenlhnkratz
Glasses mlght help you to see those HStop' S1gDS you've mlssed thls past
We, the glrl of the enlor cllss, wlll the remalns of furnlture 1D the G R
Room to HPetcU Unruh along wlth thls goes a box of matches
We leave to the ganlor , the honor of belng senlors Ne know you have the
ablllty to enjoy yourselves, so don't waste any tlme after we re out of your
The sophomoreso We're orderlng wheel Ch3lFS for them 1n the hopes that lt
wlll help to get them to class on tlme
To the freshmen we have nothlng to add IG feel they have the ab1l1ty to
flght thelr way through three more y ars of school
To the faculty we would llke to say that some of us are plannlnv to get fur
thur educatlon, so we too can glV8 tests some day
We H RLUITH appolnt Mr O DChmldt prlnclpal, as sole executor of the
above Wllls Hereupon we place our seal on thls 22nd day of May 1952
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4th Row B Schmidt R Nickel R Wedel, L Voth, R Ratzlaff J Schroeder,
H Wedel, D Hiebert, R Duerksen, D Wedel D Klaassen G Pankratz J
Schroeder, H Wiens, S Schmidt, C Klassen L Brandt 5rd Row R Schr d
Z iigmidt A Schmidt L Voth, S Bartel,'A Schroeder, D Unruh, M Schroeder
ssen, J Koehn S Schmidt R Unruh, H Unruh D Unruh D Flaming E
Frey 2nd Row K Schmidt, W Fast, G Schmidt, V Dirksen , G Goertzen, J
Schroeder, S Dueck K Schmidt, M Goossen, D Frey, L Bartel, S Unrau, R
Reimer, V Frey L Reimer, S Schmidt, G Frey, N Thiesen, D Ratzlaff, J
Sbhmidt J Voth, J Schmidt, M Unruh C Wiens, lst Row E Schmidt J
Duerksen, L Koehn, N Nikkel, G Krause, M Unruh, L Peters, L Wiens B
ganiZatgAmJ Selmer, J Unruh J Krause, J Duerksen, H Goertz, S Schmidt
ra s Guhr, E Schmidt, H Nikkel C Schmidt C Schroeder, B Buller
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Musically the school year of '56 57 has been a very fruitful one for Goessel
The a cappellachoir has received favorable compliments for their singing at
various appearences throughout the year. Members of the a cappella and the Boys
and Girls' Choruses have taken part in the vocal clinic and music contests
receiving high ratings.
The band, largest Goessel has ever had, has also done well. The marching
band has appeared at the State Fair in Hutchinson, participated in the Band Day
activities at Wichita University and at the Homecoming at Bethel College. The
band was host to the League Band Clinic in November. The band members also took
part in the music contests.
The pep band added to school spirit by playing at all home basketball games,
The entire music department presented a Christmas program in December and
gave a final Spring Concert in May.
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Unruh J, Schmidt C Wiens, K Schmidt L wedel, D Voth, D Irey, L Reiner,
Ratzlaff 3rd Row H Goertz J Unruh, G Goertzen, S Dueck, K Schmidt,
Thiesen, S Schmidt M Goossen, C Duerksen, G Prey, J Duerksen, H Reimer
Nikkel, J Schmidt 2nd Row J Nickel, G Krause, G Franzen, J Reimer
Unrau, J Krause, V Dirksen V Frey M Unruh, S Schmidt, E Guhr L eters
Buller ur How F Ratzlaff J Dun-keen, N Nikkel B Pan.kratz,i. wieqs,
Schmidt JM Abrahams C Schmidt, G Nickel, L Koehn, J Veth, C Schroeder, B Schmidt.
4th Row: D. Flaming, R. Hedel, J. Schroeder, L. Voth, R. Ratzlaff, J. Schroeder,
W. Voth, H. Wedel, D. Wedel, D. Klaassen, G. Pankratz, R. Unruh, H. Wiens, L.
Nikkel. 3rd Row: R. Schmidt, B. Schmidt, J. Koehn, B. Nickel, A. Schroeder, D.
Unruh, D. Hiebert, R. Duerksen, H. Unruh, D. Unruh, S. Schmidt, C. Klessen, J.
Schmidt. 2nd Row: E. Frey, M. Schroeder, S. Unruh, M. Uhruh, R. Schmidt, D-
Schmidt, J. Reimer, L. Brandt, D. Klassen, S. Schmidt, R. Schrolder, H. Klassena
lst Row: R. Schmidt, R. Duerksen, L. Voth, A. Schmidt, S. Bartel, A. Klassen,
M. Ratzlaff, R. Peterson, A. Schmidt, E. Goossen, 0. Schmidt, K. Nikkel.
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DIRECTOR Herbert Franz, DRUM MAJORETTE J Schmidt TWIRLERS K Schmidt
V Dirksen R Reimer V Frey TRUMPETS J Krause, L Brandt, D Wedel, J
Schroeder D Hiebert, D Klassen J Schroeder E Frey, R Nickel, R
Peterson S Schmidt J Duerksen, M Unruh, B Schm1dt, L Voth, R Schroeder,
R Schmidt CLARINETS V Frey, N Thiesen, L Bartel, S Unrau, V Goossen,
G Goertzen, J Reimer J Voth, E Schmldt, H Goertz, M Unruh S Schmidt C
Schroeder, J Unruh, L Peters, G Krause A Schroeder J Nickel G Franzen
C Duerksen TRONBONES D Klaassen, L Reimer, D Frey, W Fast, H wedel, L
Wedel J Reimer O Schmidt, S Unruh, S Schmidt M Abrahams, E Guhr,
A Schmidt FLUTLS G Frey V Dirksen, N Nikkel, J Schmldt PICCOLO J
Duerksen OBOE K Schmidt FRENCH HORNS M Unruh, E Schmidt A Schroeder
C wiens BARITONES C Schmidt, S Schmidt J Koehn, BARITONE SAX
wedel BASS SAX J Schmidt SOUSAPHONE L Voth, D Schmidt S Bartel
DRUMS H Wiens K Schmidt, R Schroeder, E Buller, L Nikkel, K Nikkel BASS
DRUM H Unruh CYMBALS D Unruh
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D Klaassen, L Voth, D Frey, L Reimer
C Schmidt Seated V Frey, K Schmidt
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J. Krause, S. Schmidt, C. Schmidt, L. Vbth,
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B Pankratz D Vcth, J Frey,
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Ass't ditor Gladys Schmidt
Business Manager Marlin Schroeder
Ass't Business Manager Donald Ray Klaassen
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Standing J Voth, S Unrau, H Unruh, M Goossen, H Nikkel, W Voth, G Frey,
J Schroeder, K Schmidt, D Klassen, B Pankratz, J Schmidt D Voth, N
Thiesen, J Schmidt, L Wiens, G Goertzen, J Schroeder Seated Mrs Voth,
D Unruh, J Krause J Schmidt L Voth Miss Thieszen Not pictured D Voth
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Business Manager Lester Voth
Ass't Business Mhnager Darrell Unruh
Standing Miss Thieszen Ass't Advisor, J Krause Music, R Reimer
Program, L Bartel Social Service, J Schmidt Social, D Frey
Publicity, B Pankratz Worship, Mrs Harshbarger Advlsor Seated
L Reimer Vice President, S Dueck President, S Unrau Secretary,
J Schroeder Treasurer Finance Not pictured D Voth Finance
Our purpose is 'To build a fellowship of women and girls
devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those
ldeals of personal and soclal living to which we are committed
by our faith as Chr1stians.U Program emphasis has been placed
on work, health, personal relatlons, religlon, the arts, and
problems of social concern.
The father-daughter banquet held on April 2 was one of the
highlights of the year. Other activities enjoyed by the girls
were the slumber party in the gym, Va1entine's party, and the
all-school skating party.
For the World Fellowship project a scrap book, depicting
the year's activities was sent to Japan. Favors of fruit and
birthday Cards were made f0I" the Old Folks Home and Hospital.
Money projects included a food sale, sale of greetings, and the
selling of concessions at ballgames. The girls are again
striviig to attain the Gold Seal, which is awarded for superior
Standing M Schro der Social, D Wedel Student Council S bchmidt
Worship, D Klassen Reporter Se ted D Klaassen Secretary, L
Voth Vice President, R Wedel President, Mr Linscheid Advisor, D
'To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and
community high standards of Christian character
With this in mind the H1 Y club made plans durlng the year
to build and help create Christian youre men At the beginning
of the school year the club sponsored a father son picnic at which
the duties and prlvileges of Hi Y members were outllned. During the
school year the Hi Y met every other Friday. Programs included a
variety of types speakers, educatlonal movies, mUS1CBl groups, and
others designed to teach us the beauty of our nation and our
responslbilities as Christians and citizens.
As in former years the club handled the sale of text books
and the money was used for varlous projects of benefit to the
school. Also each member was given an opportunity to have a morning
devotional durlng the school year.
Have we lived? Have we acted? Have we done our duty in our
community? We all have failed at times but thxough Hi-Y we are
trying for improvement.
FUT RE FARMER oi AMERICA
Left to right Faculty Advisor Mr Deckert, Re orter J Schmldt Vice presldent
H Klassen, President S SCWN1dt, Secretary D aming, Treasurer R Schroeder,
Sentinal J Reimer
Some of the highll hts of the FFA durlng the 1956 1957 school year were
the following The Parent Con Banquet a pest eradication contest climaxed by
the losing side treating the winning side to a chili supper, The jHnlOP and
senior boys assuming duties of transactlong and work in the service department
of the co op for one day officers attending the FFA Information and Ritual
School at Buhler in October the FFA Parnival during Christmas vacation to
help increase chapter funds annual sprlng camping and fish ng trip, competlng
in District and State agrlcultural and Farm Mechanics Contests, Farmer meetlngs
conducted in our department by the county Agent and a number of field trlps
durlng the year
Durlng the entire year the farm shop was fllled to capacity with various
projects belng built and repalred durlng the two days per week Classwork in
agriculture accounted for the remalnlng three days per week
An active program was carried on by the Goessel FFA during the year, wlth
plans to continue 1F the future
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Seated Mrs Schmidt
STUDE T COU CIL
Standing Mr Schmidt Advisor D Nedel, M Schroeder, D Klaassen, L Voth,
L Nikkel, H Niens, R Schmidt R Ratzlaff H Unruh Seated K Schmidt, C
Niens, G Frey, L Reimer, J Krause, V Frey, J Schro d Abrahams
0 E ACT PLAY
The Great Dark
D Voth, J Schroeder, M Goossen, J Schmidt, K Cumldt J Schmidt
Standing Mrs Voth - Speech Coach, K Schmidt, J Schmidt, M
Goossen, L Bartel Seated- L Peters, J Schmidt, D Voth, J
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Standing J Reimegqub gggasggh, Esgsgckel, D Flaming, S
Schmidt Seated L Reimer, H Nikkel, D Frey, S Unrau, R
Reimer G Frey, R Schroeder
SE l0R CLASS PLAY
The Family Nobody went d
5rd row W Thies n, J Schmidt, Mrs Voth, S Dueck, V Frey, D Wedel, L Voth
2nd row W Voth, D Vcth, K Schmldt, R Wedel, J Schmidt, M Schroeder lst
row J Duerksen, D Unruh J Schroeder, J Schroeder, V Dirksen
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Standing Mr D C warren Coach, R Schmidt, A Schmidt,
Schmidt B Schmidt, A Schroeder, K Nikkel, E Flaming, D
Flaming Student Manager Seated E Frey, K Ratzlaff, D
Hiebert, J Schroeder, R Nickel, S Schmidt, S Bartel
Goessel 67 Durham 44
Goessel 45 Tampa 55
Goessel 49 Cottonwood Falls 40
Goessel 49 Vhitewater
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Tournament District league Standing
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Klagsg U, D Unruh, H Wien! J Schroeder Seated O Schmidt Student Manager
R Peterson R Schroeder M Schroed r R Duerksen, E Frey. D Schmidma Nickel
D Flaming Student Manager
3rd Row: Coach David C. Warren, E. Flaming, 5. Bartel, J. Schroeder, A. Schroeder,
B. Schmidt, S. Schmidt, K. Nikkel, O. Schmidt-Student Manager, 2nd Row: D. Flaming
Student Manager, R. Duerksen, H. Wiens, D. Unruh, D. Klaassen, D. Wedel, R. wedel,
R. Nickel, lst. Row: M. Schroeder,R. Schroeder, L. Nikkei, R. Ratzlaff, J.
Schroeder, R. Peterson., R, Schmidt, E. Frey.
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Calendar of Events
2 School opening The speaker was Rev Waldo Kaufman
3 School started Had a half day
7 E1ect1on of class offlcers The senior girls decided to
they had their llttle sisters carry thelr books all day
Septemb r 13
The band started practlcing for the fair
The Y Teen Cabinet had a pot luck supper The Hi Y had
Goessel opened thelr softball season w1th a bang They
sprinrs 54 4
The band marched at the State Falr in Hutch It proved
The senlors started the magazlne sales today They et
Goessel downed Lehlgh 18 4
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Some of the results were rather int restlng
September 27 The Y Teen girls had their annual slumber party It was enjoyed by
especially the freshmen
28 Goessel went to Ramona and downed them 59 B
Y Teen Y W pot luck supper was held 1n the hlgh school
Indlvidual plctures of the freshman, sophomore and jUHl0P classes were
Goessel defeated Tampa 7 4 in their last home game The home llvlng class
afternoon 1n Wlchita looking at their dream homes Everyone had a
13 Seniors went to Buhl r to have tueir plctures taaen
The girls chorus sang at the lOlDt Y P W meeting at the Goessel
October 10 School was dlSm1SSed for the afternoon, so ev ryone could attend Delpha
and Stewart Janzen's funeral
October 12 Hlp' Hip' Hurrah' Goes el beat Durham 15 8 This put Goessel No 1 in
October 15 Y Teen Conference and Debate Cllnic were held today
October 14 The a cappella choir made their first appearance, singing at the
Alexanderwohl Y P C E me tlng
October 15 A special assembly program was enjoyed by the students Mr Stevenson,
from the Forrestry, Flsh and Game COmmlSS1On, gave an interestlng talk on wild
anlmals The students then also got to view some of the wild animals natural to
October 17 If you heard any moans and groans, it was just the seniors Trey got
their proofs' Goessel played and b at Ramona in the first night of the tournament
A flash camera was awarded to VaNila Frey for being the highest salesman at the
magazine campaign Mayann Goossen received a ochaeffer's pen and pencil set as
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October 18 The New World Quartet sponsored by the seniors presented a program in
October 19 The team proved their abillty Goessel won the softball tournament by
defeatlng Tampa 5 1 in the finals
The band played and performed for Band Day at Wlchita University
School was dismissed early S1368 the teachers attended Zone School at
The senior and junior F F A boys helped out in the feed and fuel
at Co op
First half of the N M C L play festival was held at Tampa
The second half of the one act play festival was held at Goessel
received a Superlor rating with their play The Great Dark
The band performed at the Bethel Baker Homecoming game The Y Teens
profit of Q51 for their food sale
The music department gave a musical program in the Tabor Church in the
Simon Schmidt took some of the group pictures for the annual
The senior girls enjoyed a Slumberless Party at Janice Schm1dt's home
Nov mb r l 2 The students enjoyed a two day vacatlon The teachers attended the
State Teachers meeting
November 9 VaNila Frey, Gladys Frey, Karen Schmidt, and Nadine Nikkel were chosen
by the faculty and student council as cheerleaders
15 Pep Band was organized
16 The home ec girls served at the F F A Banquet Gisele Kucharzeck
student from Germany, spoke to the student body in a special assembly
The a cappella sang at the annual Co op meeting
Roy Maynor a noted magician, entertained the students in a special
The Potwin team came down after school for a scrlmage with our team
26 The students enjoyed a Thanksgiving vacation
Pep Club was organized Th Y Teens invited the H1 Y to a skating party
at the Newton okatino Palace Aside from a few spills everyone had a wonderfultlme
November 29 The N M C L Band Clinic was held in Goessel The massed band
performed ln the evenlng and each individual school presented a vocal number
30 Goessel opened the bask tball season with a bang Beat Canton 67 48
4 Goessel downed Walton 58 44
7 Goessel beat Durham 68 27
9 The dramatics class gave a.Christmas program in the Alexanderwohl
ll Lost Springs game was called off
14 The Bethel Chorale gave a Christmas program to the student body
Goessel journeyed to Lehlgh and downed the Eagles 60 46
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December 18 Goessel defeated Canton 54 45
December 20 The senlors received their plctures The music d partment gave the
Christmas program ln the evenlng
December 21 Students enjoyed a Chrlstmas party given by the dramatlcs class After
the party Christmas vacation began
Mr Franz and alda exchanged weddlng vows
The F F A Carnival was held Vanila Frey was cro ned F F A
attendants were Luana Relmer, Joyce Reimer and Marnette Abrahams
The three churches ponsored a New Year's Eve Party which was held in
the hiph school
Missihleszen came back to school wearing a sparkllng rock'
Goe sel downed Tampa 42 48
Goessel defeated Llncolnvllle 65 45
Jean seemed to have trouble with her left hand being rath r heavy
all know why
7 ll Ugh' The Week of Semester Tests
We downed Ramona 67 51
The team went to Wlchita to see a bascetball game
The seniors spon ored a film, The Fuller Brush Man , starring Red
Marce Reyes, from the Phll pplnes, pre ented an lntGP9Stlng program
He played various lnstruments, talked about his home land, and thrilled some of the
students by slnging and playing some of Elvis Presley's recordings
January 15 The flnals in the ping pong tournament were held Winnie Fast was the
winner of th girls' and Dennls Unruh the winner of the boys Goes el downed Dur
ham 64 49 After the gam the team enjoyed a chile and ple feed at the Martln
wedel home The Foods class was lucky enough to get out of class to watch
a grade school game Th mumps seem to be getting quite a fad in school
January 19 The first 10 basketball players went to see the Vickers and Peoria
basketball game in the W U field house
January 21 Basketball team had ascrimmagegame with the city team Mrs Penner, a
music student from Bethel, observed the music classes
January 22 The County Health Department was in school giving polio shots to the
January 24 The students enjoyed a special assembly program by Irvin Voth
Goessel Bluebirds defeated the Durham Hornets 67 44 in the first night of the
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team came through in flylng colors in the finals of the tournament
Tampa 45 55 The freshmen beat Moundridge freshmen by 2 polnts
The A Cappella sang 1U the Alexanderwohl Church during the mornlng
The team plus a few pep club members went to Lost Springs We won Sl
A few annual plctures mer taken
The JHH1OPS chose thelr class play, 'The Minx from Mis ouri'
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February l Goessel beat Lehigh 73 29 The marching band performed the formation
of The Green Door
February 2 The girls' quartet sang at the Sand Creek Grade School in the evening
February 5 The team played a hot game by defeating Tampa 48 41
February 8 The Bethel College Drama Club presented an interesting play entitled
'Our Dear Departed'
February Congratulations Don and Bob Wedel ! Their pictures were on the Sports
page in the Newton Kansan, also a write up about them
sented in the
The A Cappella Choir gave a program in the Goessel Mennonite Church
Goess l beat Lincolnville 82 63 on the home court The Y Tygn girls
A Polio Benefit game was held in the high school
The Bluebirds downed Ramona 75 46
The N M C L Vocal Clinic was held at Durham A concert was re
Goessel lost to Walton 54 48.
Chase game was called off because of snow
The A Cappella presented a program in the Alexanderwohl Church in the
The seniors sponsored a talent program in the evening The Hillsboro
and Moundridge contest plays were presented
February 28 Goessel defeated Cottonwood Falls in the District Tournament at
Florence 49 40
l Goessel won lst place in the District Tournament by defeating Whitewater
4 The students celebrated all day They enjoyed a pep assembly Fresh
basketball game and a film entitl d 'The Good Humor Man'
6 Goessel lost to Benton by l point in the Regional Tourney
12 The Barber Shop Quart t Nite was held in the high school
14 The g1rls'quartet sang at the Lions Club meeting in the evening The
senior basketball boys went to Emporia to the State Tourney
March 24 The Madrigals furnished the special music for the worship service in the
Marc? 26 The junior class presented a three act play entitled The Minx from
27 The Bethel College Fellowship Supper was held in the high school
29 League Music Festival was held at Goessel
l Sophomores had a skating party
2 Y Teen Father Daughter banquet was held The theme was 'Life With Father'
5 6 The Distrlct Music Festival was held at Hutchinson
26 The senior clas presented the play 'The Family Nobody Wanted
May 10 F F A Camping Trip
May 15 The Spring Music Concert was held in Goessel
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May 18 - The junior-senior banquet was held.
May 19 - Baccalaureate services were held in the high school. Rev. Schmidt was the
May 20 - Senior Class Night.
May 22 - Commencement
May 23 - All-School picnic.
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