Golden Plains High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Rexford, KS)
- Class of 1956
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On the pages of this book is written the story of one of the happiest
years of our lives. The Annual Staff of 1956 invites you to join us in
reliving these experiences. As you delve through the pages, may your
enjoyment equal ours.
We would like to dedicate the
Bulldogs Bark of 1956 to Mr. Thur-
low. This is our way of showing our
appreciation to him for all the de-
votion and encouragement that he
has shown us this year
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dolores Reilley, Margaret Iuenemann, Alberta Forbes, Mr. Thurlow
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Terry Rhoten, Novella Mart, Joann Kennedy, Duane Forbes.
Editor. . . . Joann Kennedy
Assistant Editor . Alberta Forbes
Junior Reporter . Dolores Reilley
Sophomore Reporter . Duane Forbes
Freshman Reporter .....
Photographer . . .Joann Kennedy
Grade Reporter . Grade teachers
Sponsor . . Mr. Thurlow
HIE TT MOTORS INC.
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Clarence Snyder, Harold Burch, Ray Thurlow, Francis H. Gift. FRONT
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Elizabeth Schrock, Mary Krumsick, Kathren Welter, Gladys Forbes and Martha
FRANCIS GIFT - Math
Kansas State Teachers College
B.S. and M.S. degree in education
RAY THURLOW - Science - Boys Coach
Fort Hays State
B.S. in education
HAROLD BURCH - Music - English
Pittsburg State College
B. M. in education
ELIZABETH SCHROCK - Commerce
Arkansas City Junior College
Kansas State - Manhattan, Kansas
B.S. in business administration
MARY KRUMSICK - Home Economics
Kansas State - Manhattan, Kansas
B.S. in Home Economics
CLARENCE SNYDER - 'lth and 8th
MARTHA CONNELLY - 5th and 6th
Fort Hays State
KATHRYN WELTER - 3rd and 4th
GLADYS FORBES - lst and 2nd
Fort Hays State
B. S. in education
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Glee Club 1, 2, 4,
TERRY RHOT EN
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Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-
President 1, 2, 33
RAY THURLOW, Sponsor
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Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 1g President
2, 35 Vice-President
4, Band 2, 3, 4.
1, 2,3, 4, Plays 3, 4,
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas-
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We started the Freshrnan year w1th s1x freshmen three boys and
three g1rls The boys were Lawerence Sclnelke Z1mrn1e Clark and
Terry Rhoten The glrls Novella Mart Alberta Forbes and Charlene
Seeberger Before the year was over we lost Lawerence and Zlrnmle
from our class
The follow1ng year wh1ch was our sophomore year we started and
frnlshed wlth f1V6 classmates Alberta Charlene Novella Terry
and Alfred Cressler
Cressler and cont1nued w1th Alberta Charlene Novella and Terry
Our sen1or year we lost Charlene and ga1ned Joann Kennedy but
stlll had Alberta Novella and Terry
Terry Rhoten the one sen1or boy 15 the only one 1n the graduaung
class to spend all h1s years of school here 1n Rexford
Our sponsors dur1ng our h1gh years have been Mr Burch M1ss
Was1nger and Mr Thurlow
We would hke to thank them for help1ng us and a speclal thanks
to Mr and Mrs Thurlow for go1ng w1th us on our senlor tr1p
CGLBY CLEANERS MIRIC FURNITURE
Our next to the last year which was our junior year we lost Alfred
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We the semors of 1956 made th1s w1ll to these people because we
th1nk they most deserve lt
Joann w1lls her good looks and ab1l1ty to get along wlth people
Novella w1lls her temper and ab1l1ty to fall down on the basketball
court to Sherry Dav1s
Alberta w1lls her ab1l1ty to get 1nto trouble to anybody who needs
xt especlally Sharen
Terry w1lls h1s temper and empty pockets to Robert Mar1s
As we look ten years 1nto the future we see Joann l1v1ng ln an
elaborate ranch house w1th her husband Myron and the1r two sets
of the Unlted States taklng d1ctat1ons but why shouldn't she after
all she IS the Presldents fa1thful secretary and Wlfe
Now we take a look at Alberta she 1S marr1ed to her heart throb
of many years I-Ie 1S representatlve to general Motors but he and
she have the1r troubles too they have 7 ch1ldren one for every year
Terry 15 marr1ed to one of the black headed g1rls I..1v1ng 1n a
mans1on 1n New York He has one l1ttle boy of about three He owns
the Rockyofellowers Center
COLBY SUPER MARKET REXAL1.. DRUG STORE
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The Junxor Class conslsted of mne
members Ph1ll1pSChrock Kenneth Rall
Harold Barnett Denny Smlth Wesley
Benchen Neal Barnhart Ronme D1ble
Jamce R1chter Dolores Rellley
Our Class off1cers were as follows
Pres1dent Kenneth Rall
VICC Pres1dent Neal Barnhart
Secretary Jamce R1chter
Treasure Denny Srn1th
Reporter Dolores Re1lley
Our class sponsor was Mrs Krurnsmk
Durlng the basketball season we had
charge of the k1tchen and we enjoyed lt
We are loolung forward to next year
and be1ng d1gn1f1ed Sen1ors
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Wesley Bencken Harold Barnett Dolores Rexlley Ronme Dlble
LOIS DRUG STORE FIRST NATIONAL
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November 15 1955 the Junlor class presented a three act play
Pleased to Meetcha the characters were as follows
Martha Blxby the mother Dolores Re1lley
Henery B1xby the father Phllllp Schroek
Betty B1xby thelr daughter Janlce Rlchter
Bmks the Butler Ronn1e D1ble
Mar1e the ma1d Joan Black
Elmer Hlcks fresh from the Country Harold Barnett
Arch1e Pomeroy one of Bettys boy fr1ends Kenneth Rall
Andrew Grmes who cla1ms to be a detectwe Denny Srn1th
Ruth Adams a g1rl frlend of Bettys Margaret Juenemann
Helen Marwell a frlend Janet Hamllton
Howard W1lls a boy frlend Wesley Bencken
THE BETWEEN ACTS WERE
Home on the Range ' flute solo by Martha Mustoe
T1co T1co P1ano solo by Deanna K1rkendall
Prornpter Duane Forbes
It was a great success We know every one enJoyed 1t
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Janet Hamilton 0 P H 0 M 0 R E S
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Sharen Hughes Dean Petersen Cara Lea Grft
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John Elwyn Huber Ethel Barnett Lors Teel Gary Wrlltams
The sophomore class started the year w1th 13 students
and we nelther ga1ned nor lost any durmg the year
Our class pubhshed the Bulldogs Bark th1s year and
we enjoyed It very much
The Sophomore class offlcers are Duane Forbes
Pres1dent Bob Peterson V1ce Pres1dent Janet I-Iam11ton
Secretary and Shmrley Hamm Treasurer
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Slick From Punkin Crick which turned out to be quite a hit Due
to the fact that the Senior class consisted of only four students we
had to borrow a few characters from other classes The play takes
place down on a farm in Southeastern Oklahoma with the following
Aaron Slick not as green as he looks Terry Rhoten
Mr Wilber Merridew a crooked speculator
Clarance Green a mysterious young man
Mrs Rosy Berry an Oklahoma Widow Novella Mart
Gladys May Merridew a sweet young thing
The girl in Red Sharen Hughes
Act I Mrs Berry s kitchen on an Oklahoma farm
Gladys May is chased by an awful cow Merrldew the city slicker
meets his match in Sis the tomboy The down fall of Aaron Slick
Act II Same scene later in the afternoon The charming
widow almost gets a proposal Sis hides in the clothes basket
The mysterious Clarence Green who spouts poetry Oil on the
farm Aaron triumphant
Act Ill A chicago cabaret a year later The Girl in Red
gets the best of Aaron almost Merridew in the to1ls of the law
'I'm so glad I could kiss a Dutchman goin' back home hurray
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Presldent V1ce Presrdem
Robert Mans Joan Black
The freshman class of 55 56 started hlgh school
wlth 8 members Our subjects were Engl1sh algebra
scrence llterature, home ec for the g1rls and
manual tralnlng for the boys One th1ng we learned
was to llke belng called green freshmen Our report
cards show what else we learned no comment
After a week of school the .Tumors lnltlated us and
we want to thank them for the n1ce tlme and re
freshments even though they d1dn't taste good
af er "cat eyes "
Class off1cers for the year were
Presldent Margaret Juenemann
VICE Presldent W1llard Marshall
Treasure Edna Heskett
Secretary M1ckey Davls
Class sponsor was Mrs Schrock
FARMERS STATE BANK PAULS FURNITURE
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Thursday May 3 at ll 15 We ate dlnner before we left
We Checked ln at the Arnbassador Hotel 1n Denver about 4
That ex enlng we vt ent to a mox 16 Forb1dden Planet
Fr1day mormng we shopped untll our feet were sore so we ate
d1nner That afternoon we drove to the Clty park and the museum
We ate supper that evenlng at Joe Awful Coffees ' After supper
Saturday mormng we d1d some last mlnute shopp1ng took a
p1cn1c d1nner and headed for the mounta1ns We went through
Golden and up to Lookout Mounta1n where we ate our d1nner We
drove on to the Red Rocks after d1nner and of course had to
cl1mb the steps of the Red Rock Theater That nlght we went
the Ralnbow Ballroom and danced
Sunday mornlng we went to church then went to the hotel and
packed Untll we started packlng we hadn't reallzed the amount of
clothes we had bought We checked out about ll 00 and went to the
c1ty park to see some of the th1ngs we had mlssed After leav1ng
there we drove out to the Stapleton A1rport and watched the planes
land and take off We started home at 2 30 after hav1ng our d1nner
We got home about 10 30 Sunday nlght st1ll havmg a good t1me
but a llttle t1red
We w1sh to thank Mr and Mrs Thurlow for gomng w1th us We
hope they enjoyed themselves as much as we d1d
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BACCALAUREATE 81 COMMENCEMENT
The 1956 Baccalaureate exerc1ses were held Sunday May
at 8 O0 P M
The sermon was glven by Rev James L Maxson
Martha Mustoe and Kay Chllds played an 1nstrumental duet
Commencement was held on Tuesday May l5 at 8 OO P M
After an 1nvocat1on the Salutatory was glven by Alberta Forbes
The address was glven by Rev Hooper
by the Chalrman of the school board Jack Wark
Grade School Hlstory read by Harrlet Barnett The H1gh school
I-hstory by Alberta Forbes
Grade School Wlll read by Cathy Claar The I-hgh school W1ll
read by Joann Kennedy
The Grade School Prophecy read by Sharen Bencken Hlgh
School Prophecy by Novella Mart
The Athlet1c awards were g1ven to grade school boys by Mr
Snyder g1rls awards by Mrs Schrock boys hlgh school athletlcs
awards by Mr Thurlow and Band awards by Mr Burch
Mr G1ft awards the Dance Band
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Novella Mart gave the valedictory. The diplomas were awarded
JUNIOR SENIOR BANOUET 8. PROM
The Junlor Senmor Banquet and Prom was held Apr1l Z7 The
theme A Nautlcal Adventure was beautlfully decorated w1th blue
as the maln color
Kenneth Rall was Master of Ceremon1es The Welcome was
glven by Phllllp bchrock and the Response by Novella Mart
Mr Glft gave the Address and we were treated to a speclal
speech by Rev James EI Maxson
Cara Lea Glft and bharen Hughes sang a duet and then were
Jo1ned by Robert Petersen and Herbert Ketchum These four
were also the servers
Elwyn Huber played the plano dur1ng the ent1re meal The
theme song was Red Sa1ls 1n the Sunset
The prom was held 1mmed1ately afterwards to the mus1c of
the HOX16 I-hgh School dance band
The gym was colorfully decorated w1th streamers of all colors
hanglng from the balcony to the ra1ls
There were also streamers across the top of the gym Balloons
and Confettl made the decorat1ons perfect Th1s was also set off
by low colored hghts
We danced unt1l 15 t1ll 12 OO
l m sure everyone had an enjoyable t1me
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Hamilton, Cara Lea Gift, Shirley Hamm, Alberta Forbes, Novella Mart, Sharen Hughes,
Janice Richter, Deanna Kirkendall, Joan Black, Edna Heskett, Margaret Juenumann, Sherry Davis, Ethel Barnett,
Lois Teel, Joann Kennedy, Dolores Reilley, Mr. Burch.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Kenneth Rall, Robert Maris, Robert Petersen, Terry Rhoten, Neal Barnhart, Herbert Ketchum,
Duane Forbes, Gary Williams, Ronnie Dible, Willard Marshall, Denny Smith, Dean Petersen, Mickey Davis,
Phillip Schrock, Dial Barnhart, John Elwyn Huber, Mr. Burch.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Elwin Huber, Janice Richter, Dolores Reilley, Phillip Schrock, Novella Mart, Denny
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Janice Richter, Gary Williams, Elwin Huber, Sherry Davis, Cara Gift, Novella Mart, Deanna Kirkendall,
Alberta Forbes, Terry Rhoten, Margaret Juenemann, Mickey Davis, Phillip Schrock, Joan Black, Carol
Garrett, David Ketchum, Gordon Smith, Marion Forbes.
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: John Elwyn Huber, Duane Forbes, Gary Williams, Neal Barnhart, Dean
Petersen, Mickey Davis, Ronnie Dible, Willard, Mr. Thurlow. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Herbert
Ketchum, Kenneth Rall, Harold Barnett, Wesley Bencken, Terry Rhoten, Phillip Schrock, Denny Smith
We had a very successful season this year. We won over
65070 of our games. We took third in both tournaments in basket-
ball, and in volleyball we took first at the tournament at Menlo.
BACK ROW: Mrs. Schrock, Janet Hamilton, Joan Black,
Deanna Kirkendall, Cara Gift, Margaret
Iuenemann, Shirley Hamm, Lois Teel, Edna Haskett. FRONT ROW: Alberta Forbes, Sharen Hughes,
Janice Richter, Novella Mart, Joann Kennedy, Sherry Davis, Ethel Barnett and Dolores Reilley.
Our volleyball team had a pretty good record this year. We placed
third in the tournament at Menlo.
Our Basketball was not quite as good but we had a record of 1 win
and 5 losses.
We concluded the year with softball.
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: David Gift, John Ray Gould, Jimmie Maris, John Juenemann, Jackie
Maris, Mr. Snyder. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Darwin Kincaid, James Williams, Larry Thurlow
Johnie Richards, Marion Forbes, Johnie Hamm, Gary Cheney, Gayle Dible.
The Grades played a total of eight league games.
Our record for the season was four wins and four losses.
Clarence John Ray Marion Jackie Harriet Ann Kathy
Sylldel' Gould Forbes Maris Barnett Claar
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Garret Lair Williams Hamm Iuenemann Kincaid
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH
All members of the seventh grade class with the exception of two began studying together in the first
grade. James Juenemann joined the second grade, Darwin Kincaid joined it in the fifth. Gayle Schieck
left the class during the fifth and sixth but retumed for the seventh.
Class Officers: President, Johnnie Richardsg Vice President, Larry Thurlowg Secretary, Jimmie Williamsg
Treasurer, Jim Marisg Librarian, Kathy Ketchum.
Cheerleaders: Harriet Barnett, Kathy Claar and Diane Lair.
The eighth grade classmates have been together for eight consecutive years with the one exception of
Marion Forbes who entered the class in the second grade and has remained for seven consecutive years. As
far back as we can remember there have been nine other pupils who have been in the class, but who have
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Dible Richter Lair
Janet Gary Karen Io
Williams Withers Krumsick
Karen Darrell John Douglas James Charley
Gilchrist Bencken Todd Rogers Heskett
FIFTH AND SIXTH
Our enrollment this year is twenty-six: ten in the Fifth Grade and sixteen in the Sixth. Two of our
number have not been previously enrolled in our school: Karen Jo Krumsick and Charley Heskett.
Our school year has been most profitable and enjoyable. In years to come we shall have many
happy memories of our work together, the sharing of our treasures, our projects in art, and Better
English contests, the parties, the recreation periods, our birthdays, the ciphering and spelling matche
and our visitors.
Five of our boys are Scout membersg two of our girls are Girl Scoutsg in our group are eleven 4-H
Club membersg and fourteen of us are studying band.
RANEY DRUG STORE 27 HORLACKER JEWELERS
Barbara Lonme J0hr1
Mustoe Ketchum Chrlds
Ellts Frank Larry
Walker McIntyre Short
Ktrkendall Thurlow Preston M
Dennrs Randy Ronnte Robrn
ay Ra Maxson
Lrnda Karen Mary o Dale
Thurlow Hamm Rogers Juenemann Klernsorge
THIRD AND FOURTH
We started the term on Sept 5 Twenty students, erght grrls and twelve boys were rn the thrrd
gra e rve students two grrls and three boys were rn the fourth grade Herbert Cntchfreld from the Colby
School entered the fourth grade 1n October t
o grve us a room total of twenty srx
Four ofthe fourth graders are tn begtnners band wrth Mr Burch as thelr tnstructor Ftve of our group
are takmg pnvate musrc lessons
There are seven of our boys tn Cub Scouts and two of our grrls belong to Gul Scouts We have two
who are 4 H members
Thrs has been a very profttable and enJoyable term for all of us, and we wrsh to express stncere
thanks to each of you who helped us rn any way
Mlss Kathryn Welter
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FIRST AND SECOND GRADE
e we found
We returned to schoo ep e
those comrng back were Sherry Chrlds, Mary Drble, Mark Krncald, and Dav1d Robrnson. The new
frrst graders were: Tommy Beckman, Denms Drble, Deresa D1ble, Lmda Hawkms, Darell Klernsorge,
Douglas Rall, Carolyn Read, Erleen Rogers, B1lly Short, and Anne Teel.
h w frrst raders and happrly started a new year of work together.
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Soon we added to our group
flve second graders and ten frrst graders.
Mrs Gladys Forbes
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H1 Plalns SPOILIDU
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Ben Franklln btore
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Cooper Hotel and Coffee Shop
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SELDEN Rommle Cash Store
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COLBY Graces 'loggery
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