Moundridge High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Moundridge, KS)
- Class of 1954
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JERRY WESTEHMAN Fnomzma FLICKNER
Educ, ol yew-book Editor ol The Wildcafl Howl
Asst. Editor of The Wtldcafs Howl Auf- Editor of YC'1"b00k
PUBLISHED BY THE J OURNALISM CLASS
OF MOUNDRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL
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Jerry Weslerman, editorg Evelyn Holdeman, snagshot editorg Florene Flickner, assistant edltorg Lowell Becker, business
mnnagerg Miss Sandahlg sponsorg Louise Kuhn, a vertising managerg Murla Becker tnot picturedj, artist.
This page with the compliments of the Clayton Vogt Lumber Company
GUR CH00 OF TODAY
Comvusncls, VocA1'1oNAL AGRICULTURE, ARTS
GYMNASIUM AND Music
ADMI I TR T10
M. E. GREEK, Superintendent
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Life as it goes at Moundridge High School is determined by
those whose pictures appear on these two pages. Superintendent
Greer, as school executive, carries out the policies of the board
of education and makes things run smoothly in the halls of M.H.S.
The faculty is a steering body for student activities and they at
all times are ready to assist those who seek their help.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
MHS. ROBBINS MARVIN-GOBRING, Clerk: L. L. LEHMBERG, Director:
Sec,-elm-U RAY KAUFMAN, Treasurer
Compliments of Bill Kaufman-Rock and Lime
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Mn. EDWIN R. ST.UcKY
A. B. Degree
Miss PEARL SANIJAHI. Miss LILLIE JOHNSON
Bethany College, Belhliny COUCBCI
'A. B. Degree B' D98l'00'
English, Library, Typms. Shorthand-
School Publications Bookkel'Pln8'
Mn. RICHARD RAMSDALE
Kansas State College,
B. S. Degree.
Mn. BEN BoEsE
B. A. Degree
Mlss RHODA AUSTIN Mas. MARYAN HAIIDEII
K.S.T.C., Emporia, K.S.T.C., Emporia,
B- S- D98l'99- B. S. Degree.
Kansas State College, English, Speech,
M- 5- Degree. Art and Dramatics
Second Semester. V
Ma. Hlmono COLLINS Ma. RICHARD ROBBINS X t
Bethany College, K.S.T.C., Emporia
B'.A- Degree. B. M. E. Degree
Science, Health, Music.
Coach of Football and Track,
Assistant Coach of Basketball
This page through the courtesy of
the Moundridge Co-operative Creamery
Ma. LYLE GOERING
A. B. Degree
Chemistry, Physics, Geometry
Coach of Basketball,
Assistant Coach of Football
THE TUDE T CO CIL AT WORK
Second row: Kenneth K. Stucky, Kenneth Preheim, Dick Gaeddert, Melvin -Goering, John Toews, Larry Krehbiel. First row:
Sherry Westerman, Jerry Westerman, Jean Regier, Marlene Becker, Florene Flickner, Mr. Stucky.
S Mus. PHYLLIS BEAM ,
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B. S. Degree.
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Nyla Westerman, vice presidentg Karen
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Gehring, vice presidentg Carol Kaufman,
secretaryg Joyce Stucky, treasurerg
Florene Flickner, student council.
Karen Kaufman, treasurerg Connie Goer-
ing, secretaryg Larry Krehbiel, student
councilg Raymond Dyck, presidentg La
Vern Stucky, vice president.
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
By Berneil Rupp
On the morning of May 4, 1969, I stepped
out of our all plastic prefabricated house on
the outskirts of New York City. Before going
to work, I decided to stop at the postoffice.
When I got there a pleasant surprise awaited
me. It was a letter from my home town, Mound-
ridge. Upon opening it, I found that I was in
charge of getting our high school class together
for the annual alumni banquet to be held on
June 8. This was to be a special celebration
because it was our class's 15th anniversary of
graduation from high school.
That evening, after work, my husband, Henry
Fast, and I started planning our trip back to
Kansas. Henry was given a vacation from his
job in the "Better Mousetrap Factory".
Before leaving, we took our car to the station
to be serviced. VVe were surprised to learn that
the service man was our old classmate, Duane
Stucky. Duane's wife, Marlene Stucky, was rock-
ing their twin boys, Maynard and Pete Ferd,
but she managed to serve us the special for
the day which consisted of hydrogenerated
bread and weakened water.
While we were talking to Marlene and Duane,
they told us that Louis Wedel's trial was to
be held that day in the Crowded Cells Court.
Louis had patented a new style toilet bowl.
When Senator Wayne Becker discovered this,
he had Louis arrested on the grounds that he
had been taking part in Un-American activities.
Henry and I felt sure that we must do some-
thing for this dear old classmate of ours. After
inviting Marlene and Duane to the alumni ban-
quet we hurried to court. But when we found
that Bert Becker was the judge and Joyce
Stucky and Leola Wedel were members of the
jury, we decided that everything possible had
been done for Professor Wedel. It seems that
Louis had beaten Bert, Joyce, and Leola in a
game of Chinese Checkers and the only way
they could pay him off was to declare him
innocent. They promised to accomplish this
before the alumni banquet.
About this time a police car drove up and
brought two bubble dancers in, Velma Vogt
and Florene Flickner. These two had been
working as airline stewardesses, but found that
this job did not bring them enough money. So
they took up bubble dancing. Everything was
fine until Velma's bubble broke.
Both girls now promised to' turn over a new
leaf and get bigger and better bubbles. We
told them that if they did this, they would be
more than welcome at the banquet.
The first person I decided to contact upon our
arrival in Moundridge was my dear step-cousin
once removed, Jean Regier. She had married
David Behr, and though they'had started out
on the bare necessities of life, they were doing
quite well. They were raising different types
of wild-life, but the biggest attraction of all
were the little Behrs.
Kathy Lohrentz and Erland Stucky were livi-
ing in a mansion on the banks of the Black
Kettle. Erland had done quite well in the bank-
ing business. '
I found that I would have a little difficulty
in getting hold of Carol Kaufman.
married ten Arabians and moved to India.
Evelyn Flickinger and Merl Hoyer were an-
other couple that had been doing well finan-
cially. The source of their wealth was the in-
ventions that Evelyn had patented. She had
patented 720 different kinds of smearless lip-
stick and 20 clocks that started running back-
wards after midnight. These clocks were design-
ed especially for the modern school girl whose
mother wouldn't let her stay out after twelve.
I was very happy that the circus had come
to Zimmerdale while I was in Moundridge
because one of our old classmates was a star
performer. James Stucky was the tight-rope
walker. He was trying very hard to support
his wife, Lola Jane Krehbiel, and the four
little tight-rope walkers.
Bob Krehbiel and Louise Kuhn had just
come back from a trip to Mars so I went over
to their place to look at their souvenirs.
Marlene Becker was working as a model in
Chicago-or rather her brain was being used
as a model. Her husband, Jerry Westerman was
attempting to make a monster bigger and better
than Frankenstein's and he was copying the
monster's brain from his wife's brain.
Lowell Becker and Sherry Westerman had
just purchased another 80 acres to add to their
Duroc hog ranch. They seemed to have con-
centrated their efforts on raising pigs and kids.
Patsy Huffman had found the ideal job. She
was working in the egg department at the
creamery. She simply ate all the egg yolks
that the creamery couldn't get rid of. This
took care of her meals and also provided her
with living quarters. She was allowed to sleep
in the egg cases at night and occasionally she
as given some surplus cream for use as a bev-
Jerry Voth was living as a hermit in Northern
Canada and hadn't spoken to anyone since he
thanked the school board for his diploma.
The last person I contacted was Twilla Gehr-
ing. She was the first woman to become a
Having gotten in contact with all my old
classmates, I began thinking of the wonderful
class that we had been. And I heartily agreed
with the Moundridge High School faculty for
the year 53-54 when they said that the class
of '54 was reallly the best class Moundridge had
ever' had. ,
SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Seniors of 1954, being of sound mind
and memory and laboring under no legal re-
straint, are hereby willing to pass on our indi-
vidual possessions and talents. We hope that
you will be able to improve yourselves and
make M.H.S. as successful as did the remark-
able Seniors of 1954.
This being our last and only will and testa-
ment to you, we hope that you will not feel
offended, but rather privileged to find your
name in the annals of M.H.S. history.
To Mr Greer, our superintendent, and the
rest of the beloved faculty we leave the price-
less possessions of our good conduct and be-
haviour. We trust that school won't be too
gloomy without us.
VVe will now, our individual talents and pos-
Bert Becker wills his outstanding ability to
drive a car and not wreck it to Janice Reusser,
who, we think, will benefit greatly.
To Nelson Goering, Wayne Becker wills his
slenderness. Watch your physique, Nelson.
With the hope that Laverne Stucky will calm
down in mixed chorus, Lowell Becker wills
his low voice. Maybe Leverne will spend less
time trying to show-off.
Marlene Becker bequeaths her straight-for-
wordness to Darleen Helms. May this trait give
Darleen the courage to tell the teachers what
David Behr wills his shyness to Norma Kauf-
man. Everyone will be able to enjoy quietness
in the halls next year.
Henrich Fast wills his politeness to Jimmy
Gaeddert. Perhaps the students won't have to
run every time Jimmy approaches.
To Karen Wedel, Evelyn Flickinger wills her
"love for men". Don't let this interfere with
your romance with Pal, Karen.
Florene Flickner passes her pretty dark hair
to Sharron Toews. May the change be becom-
Although Twilla Gehring enjoys sewing, she
is willing her ability to sew to all the future
wives of M.H.S.
Merl Hoyer wills his outstanding poker play-
ing to Ronald Sperling. Rake in the cash, Ron-
Patsy Huffman passes down her position as
drum majorette to Neta Mae Biffel.
Carol Kaufman wills the honor of basketball
queen to Kathryn Schrag. May her flute playing
help her win the election.
Lola Jane Krehbiel wills her' cheerleading
talent to Evelyn Holdeman. Liven up the Pep
To Keith Schlender, Bob Krehbiel bequeaths
his altitude. This trait should make Keith a
star basketball player.
Louise Kuhn wills her piano playing talent
to Ronald Schrag. Go to it, Ronnie!
Katherine Lohrentz passes on her long dark
eyelashes to all the girls who have stubby ones.
Jean Regier wills her melodious soprano voice
to Valeda Auxier. We hope that it makes Valeda
as famous as it did Jean.
To Delbert Kuhn, Berneil Rupp wills her
brains. This should improve Delhert's grades.
Berneil plans to keep a little "gray matter" be-
cause Theodore Mueller doesn't approve of
Duane Stucky wills his slow gait to Rozanna
Goebel. Slow down a little, Rozanna, youfll get
there sooner or later.
Erland Stucky wills his ability to "screech"
around corners to Dorothy Galle. We'll be see-
ing you in the hot rod races, Dorothy.
To Larry Wedel, James Stucky hands down
his little black telephone book. We hope Larry
won't have to call as many girls in one day as
James did. '
Joyce Stucky wills her ability to "fight it"
to Imogene Ediger, who takes things as they
To Averil Unrau, Marlene Stucky wills her
ability to get a man and keep him. The task
might be a little difficult, Averil, but Marlene
accomplished it so it isn't entirely impossible.
Velma Vogt wills her co-operative person-
ality to Pauline Wilkening.
Jerry Voth wills his musical talent to all
future trombone players of M.H.S.
Leola Wedel wills her ability to talk her way
out of situations to Irl Unruh who spends most
of his time in the office.
Louis Wedel wills his natural born ability to
tell funny jokes to Edward Baldwin. We hope
Edward will quit laughing at his own jokes.
Snap that sense of humor, Edward!
Sher-ry Westerman wills her "cockiness" to
Karen Kaufman. Of course, Sherry claims that
she has reasons to be cocky because she is
wearing a sparkler.
To Betty Stucky, Jerry Westerman wills his
job as a "Soda Jerk".
As we come to the close of the last will and
testament, we hope we leave with you many
pleasant memories of our good deeds and words.
We can sincerely say that we have enjoyed the
many happy hours we have spent here. May
the future seniors find the underclassmen as
cooperative and as friendly as we did.
In witness whereof, we, the class of 1954, the
testators, have to this will set our hands and
seal this thirteenth day of May, one thousand
nine hundred and fifty-four.
JERRY WESTEHMAN president TWILLA GEHRING, Vice President
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Annuul 43 Assistant Editor of "Wl'Idcat's Howl" 3,45
Journalism 3,43 Speech 4, Student Council 45 Good
Csnox. KAUFMAN, Secretary
Mixed Chorus l,2,4g Glee Club l,2,4g Band 2,
3,4g Orchestra 2g Pep Band 3,43 Journalism 29
Pep Club l,2,3,4g Pep Club Treasurer 4, Y-Teens
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FIORENE FLICKNER, Student Council
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g Glee Club 1.2,3,4g Pep
Club l,2,3,4g Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Y-Teen Cabinet 4g
Student Council 1,4g Junior Playg Editor of
"W1Idcal's Howl" 4, Assistant Editor of Annual
4, Journalism 4.
Joyce Srucxv, Treasurer
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g Pep
Club l,2,3,4g Class Treasurer 43 Y-Teens l,2,3,4:
Journalism 25 Junior Playg Orchestra 23 Home-
coming Attendant: Cheerleader 3,45 Sextet 2.3,
43 Quintet 3, Speech 4g Band 23 Contest Play 4.
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The .ttoundridge Journal I-I.rtend.s Congratulations to the Seniors of '54 9
LOLA JANE KREHBIEL
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Pep
Club l,2,3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45
Y-Teen Cabinet 3,45 Y-Teen Vice-President 45
Speech 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,25 Sex-
tet 3,-I5 Trio 3, Quartet 1,25 Junior Play5 Senior
Play, Contest Play 3,45 Student Council 35 Class
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,45 Band
l.2.3.45 Pep llantl 45 Cheerleader 35 Student
Council President 45 Speech 3,45 Junior Playg
Senior PIay5 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Y-Teen Cabinet 45
.lournzilism 25 Editor of "Wildcat's Howl" 25
Basketball Attendnntg Contest Play 4.
MERL Hoviza EVELYN FLICKINGER
F,F,A,: Senior play. Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Pep
J may Vo'rH
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Band
l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45
Track 1,35 Quartet 25 Trombone Quartet 2:
Trombone Trio 35 Trombone Solo 1,2,3,45 Sen-
Club 2,3,45 Pep Club Secretary 45 Y-Teens 1,45
Journalism 25 Senior Playg Reading 35 Sextet
2,3,45 Quintet 35 Speech 3,45 Contest Play 4.
BERNEIL RUPP, Valedictorian
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Pep
Club 1,2,3,45 Journalism 35 Orchestra 25 Y-Teens
1,2,3,45 Y-Teen President 45 Y-Teen Cabinet 35
Sextet 25 Quintet 35 Octet 33 Quartet 45 Class
President 35 Student Council 25 Debate 45 .lun-
ior Play5 Senior Playg May Queen Attendantg
Good Citizenship Girl.
10 Compliments of Farmers Co-op Electric Association-W. E. Gaeddert, Mgr.
F. F. A. 1.
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,45 Glee Club l.2,3,45 Y-
Teens l,2,3,45 Y-Teen Cabinet 35 Y-Teen Secr-
tary 45 Pep Club 1,2,3.45 Peg Club President 45
Student Council 15 Speech 5 Debate 45 Home-
coming Attendantg Class Secretary 25 Band 1.2,
3,45 Pep Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,25 Original
Oration 35 Junior Playg Senior Play Prompterg
KATHERINE LOHRENTZ JAMES STUCKY
Mixed .CFIOYUS 1.13.45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Sex- Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Class Presi-
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Clbinef 46 PCD Clllb l,2.3,45 Debate 4. President 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus
1,2,3,45 Judginf Team 35 Quartet 2,35 Band 2,35
Pep Band 5 unior Play.
Mixed Chorus l,2,45 Glee Club l,2,3,45 F.F.A. 4
Mixed Chorus 1,45 Glee Club 1,45 Pep Clu
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l,2,3,45 Pep Band l,2,3,45 Orchestra 1,25 gtudel
Cotmcll 45 Journalism 3.
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l,2,3,4g Pep Band 3,44 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Y-Teen
Cabinet 43 Pep Club l,2,3,4.
Louis WEDEL WAYNE BECKER
Football 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3g Track 1,2g Glee Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4' Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Bas-
Club 1,23 Mixed Chorus 1,25 Juhior Playg Sen- ketball l,2,3,4g Track 5,44 Junior Playg Senior
lor Play: Contest Play 2. Playg Speech 44 Band 1,2,3,4g Trombone Trio 3.
Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2,3,4g Pe
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3,45 Track 4.
CLASS F '55
Fourth Row: Norvin Schrag, Larry Wedel, Kenneth Preheim, Clyde Goering, Lowell Goering, Sherwin Niehage, Mervin Krehhiel, Bob Ros-
tetler. Third row: Raymond Stucky, John Toews, Gordon Goering, Nelson Goering, Kenneth K. Stucky, Curtis Voth, Mr. Stucky. Second row:
Norma Kaufman, Shirley Schrag, Twilla Schrag, Luene Waltner, JoAnn Waltner, Shirley Decker, Jane Schrag, Veleda Auxier, Miss Austin. First
row: Pauline Wilkening, Carol Vogts, Darlene Koehn, Iris Smith, Arlene Koehn, Evelyn Holdeman, Nola Kruse. Not pictured: Bob "Ed" Kreh-
hiel Murla Becker.
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This year's junior class has been quite busy. During
the year they have sponsored a chili supper, a paper drive,
and other money making projects. Their biggest project
was being host to the seniors at the Junior-Senior banquet.
They very successfully produced "Annie Get Your Gun"
as their class play.
They have been an industrious and an ambitious class,
and they are a class that will go places in the future.
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CLASS F '56
jk S 0 P H O M 0 R E S
, The sophomores of this present school year are, as
a whole, high in scholastic standing and the boys in this
5 class have shown what good athletes really are. They have
Y- enjoyed some class parties and under Mr. Boese's capable
" supervision have proved to be an outstanding class.
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I-'ourlh row: Delbert Kuhn, l.nrry Krehbiel, LaVern Stucky, Leonard Goering, lrl Unruh, Wayne Gehlng, Leonard Stucky, Ronald Schrag.
Third row: Jim Gaeddert, Kenneth Flickner, Jerome Kaufman, Richard Ewy, James Becker, Marvin Flickinger, Myron Stucky, Jerry Becker,
Raymond Dyck. Second row: Kenneth Stucky, James Rostetter, Edward Baldwin, Delbert Stucky, Christie Rupp, David Rupp, James Volh,
Mr. Boesc. Firsl row: Karen Kaufman, Dorothy Galle, Imogene Ediger, Connie Goering, Kathryn Schrag, Darleen Helms, Juanita Bahre, Anna
Oltmanns. Averil Unrau, Nina Durst, Twilla Krehbiel. Not pictured: Rosella Koehn.
Compliments of the .iloundridge Co-op Elevator Association
Fourth row: Marilyn Wall, Keith Schlender, Denny Tatro, Kenneth Gehring, Kenneth Wedel, Warren Stucky. Third row: Nyla Westerman,
Melvin Goering, Donnld Stucky, Carroll Goering, Howard Lachenmayr, Gerry Schrag, Karl Voth, Sharon Adrian. Second row: Mr. Goering,
lr B b S h Karen Wedel, Judy Stucky, Barbara Wilkeningl Norma Becker, Janice Reusser, Sharron Toews. First row:
Karen Bec er, ar ara c rag,
Velera Stucky, Rozanna Goebel, Mary Alice Durst, Betty Stucky, Lynette Goermg, Arlene Boesker, Mary Schrag. Not pictured. Harold Koch.
F R E S H M E N
Perhaps the biggest event for the freshman class was
their initiation into the halls of M.H.S. They proved, how-
ever, to be very good sports which is a high mark in
PJ! , their direction. They, as other groups, have had parties
E and with Mr. Goering as their sponsor they have had a
.tau very successful year.
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With Mr. Robbins as jun-
ior high sponsor the class
has had a successful year in
general. They have had some
class parties and their junior
high basketball team placed
first in the league. Within a
year or two these students
will be in high school and
if they continue as they have
this year they will be very
Third row: Mr. Robbins, Dick Gaeddert, Lillian Fast, Phyllis Stucky, Neta Mae Riflel, Delaine Stucky,
Velma Goering, Kay Lynn Hartman, Daniel Wedel. Second row: Ronald Sperling, Barbara Lehmberg,
Judith Goebel, Carolee Goreing, Kay Wedel, Susan Higgins, Marilyn Goebel, Eddie Strausz Fira! row:
Robert Young, Monte Tatro, Darrell Davis, Melverne Ratzlnff, Stanley Ediger, Jerroll Goebel, Nelson
Durst, Donald Neuhausser. Not pictured: Donna Ewy, Judy Krehbiel, Stanley Friesen, Weldon Friesen.
Judith Goebel, secretary-treasurer, Barbara Lehm-
berg, president, Dick Gaeddert, student council:
Marilyn Goebel, vice-president.
Third row: Philip Ratzlaff, Terry Rice, Ronnie Neuhausser, Tommy Voth,
Roger Goebel. Second row: Wayne Goering, John Penner, Don Neuhausser,
Glark Graber, Vaughn Graber, Mr. Tumbleson. First row: Nelson Durst, Jerroll
Goebel, Daniel Wedel, Dick Gaeddert, Melverne Ratzlaff, Eddie Strausz.
Judith Goebel, Judy Krehbiel
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Third row: H. Collins, J. Becker, D. Tatro, D. Stucky, C. Goering, K. Voth, H. Lachenmayr, W. Stucky, M. Goering, K. Wedel, K. Schlender
I.. lioering, I.. Goering. Second rom: I.. Wcdcl, J. Voth, J. Gnvddcrt, J. Voth, K. Prcheim, J. Schrag, C. Voth, N. Schrag, C. Goering, R. Dyck
J. Kaufmann. First row: M. Iirchbicl, J. Stucky, B. Krehbicl, S. Niehago, N. Goering, J. Wcstcrmnn, K. Klickner, G. Goering, B. Becker, K K
Stucky, K. L. Stucky. No! piclured: Larrj' Wedel.
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Moundridge 41-Buhler 7
Moundridge 19-Halstead 13
Moundridge -Burton 0
Moundridge -HHVCH 6
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Clyde Got-ring Kenneth Proheim Nor-vin Sqhrag
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Curtis Volh Kenneth Flickner
James Stucky Bob "Ed" Krehbiel Mervin Krehbiel Jerry Westerman
Full Back End Half Back Center
Jerome Kaufman Nelson Goering Gordon Goering Kenneih K. Stucky
Quarter Back Guard Tackle Quarter Back
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Kenneth I.. Stucky James Gaeddert Bert Becker Sherwin Niehage
Half Back Full Back End Tackle
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BA KETBALL SQUAD
Third row: Mr. Collins, James Gaeddert, Kenneth K. Stucky, Bob "Ed" Krehbiel, Larry Krehbiel, Bob "Ted" Krehbiel, Wayne Becker Clyde
Goerin , Mervin Krehbiel, Jerome Kaufman, Kenneth L. Stucky, Mr. Goering. Second row: Melvin' Goering, Ronald Schrag, Jerry Voth Ray
mond Ilyck, James Becker, Leonard Stucky, Donald Stucky, Kenneth Wedel. First row: Howard Lachenmayr, Carroll Goering, Gerry Schrag
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS OF PLAYERS-1954
Name Rebounds Total Points Shooting Percentage Free Throws
Wayne Becker 86 144 35W 78W
Kenneth K. Stucky 83 142 4751 5092:
Bob "Ted" Krehbiel 63 140 40911 6371
Mervin Krehbiel 60 '86 29'7a 49451
Clyde Goering 59 178 45W 65W
Jerome Kaufman 56 129 4096 6096
Larry Krehbiel 30 61 4895 72"7?1
Kenneth L. Stucky 27 41 3501: 6293
Bob "Ed" Krehbiel 24 60 45012 61170
Raymond Stucky 5 18 1592 6493
Team Avg .4092 Team Pct. 61 '73
Moundridge 46 Nickerson
, , V , Moundridge 47 Inman
M-lx-L STANDINGS Moundridge 75 Burrton
Haven 12 2 Moundridge 94 Pretty Prairie
Inman 11 3 Moundridge 66 Halstead
Nickerson 10 4 Moundridge 33 Buhler
Moundridge 8 6 Moundridge 50 Haven
Buhler 6 8 Moundridge 46 Nickerson
Pretty Prairie 4 10 Moundridge 50 Inman
Halstead 2 12 Moundridge 51 Sedgwick
Burrton 2 12 Moundridge 13 Burrton
Moundridge 53 Peabody
Moundridge 70 Pretty Prairie
Moundridge 73 Halstead
Moundrldge 48 Buhler
Moundridge 55 Haven
Joe Goering Chevrolet extends congratulations to the basketball squad
Bob "Ted" Krehbiel Bob "Ed" Krehbiel Wayne Becker
Center Guard Guard
Jerome Kaufman Kenneth L. Stucky Kenneth K. Stucky
Guard Forward Forward
Larryl Krchbicl Raymond Stucky James Gaeddert Kenneth Flickner
lfvliivl' Forward Guard Guard
The .Uoundridge Mill and Elcvalor Conzlfllllll are sponsors of this page
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MAY QUEEN ATTENDANT
Compliments of the Moundridge Sludio and Kaufman Mercantile C0
Kenneth K. Stucky, Raymond Stucky
James Stucky, Bert Becker, Sherwin Niehage
Erland Stucky, David Rupp
COIIIPUIYIFHIS of J. G. Stucky and Sons
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Judy Stucky, Mary Schrag, Lynette uoerlng, Arlene uoesxer, Leona neun, Uwe... ...e....e., .,..e..,. ..,-.,....,,,,, N
Carol Vogts, Pauline Wilkening. First row: Joyce Stucky, Nyla Westerman, Rozanna Goebel, Betty Stucky, Karen F
Wedel, Mary Alice Durst, Sharron Toews, Sharon Adrian, Carol Kaufman, Evelyn Holdeman, Velera Stucky.
Joyce Stucky, Velera Stucky, Lola Jane Krehbiel, Patsy Huffman
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Fourth row: Miss Austin, Sherry Westerman, Pat Huffman, Joyce Stucky, Florene Flickner, Velma Vogt, Marlene Becker, Jean Regler, Ber-
neil Rupp, Kathy Lohrentz, Louise Kuhn, Evelyn Flickinger, Twilla Gt-hring, Vulcda Auxirr, Jane Schrag. Third row: Miss Johnson, Anna
Oltmanns, Juanita Bahre, Averil Unrau, Nina Durst, Karon W4-del, Mary Durst, Velera Stucky, Rozanna Goebel, Nyla Weslerman, Leola Wedel,
Carol Kaufman, Lola Jane Krehbicl, Nola Kruse, Twilla Schrag, Shirley Schrag. Second row: Darleen Helms, Karen Kaufman, Twilla Krehblel,
Judy Stucky, Barbara Wilkening, Karen Becker, Barbara Schrug, Maxilyn Wall, Betty Slucky, Mary Schrng, Lynette Gm-ring, Arlene Boesker,
lris Smith, Darlene Koehn, Arleen Koehn. Ftrst row: Norma Kaufman, JoAnn Waltner, Luene Waltner, Imogene Ediger, Connie Gocrlng,
Dorothy Galle, Norma Becker, Janice Reusser, Sharron Toews, Sharon Adrian, Shirley Decker, Pauline Wilkenlng, Carol Vogts.
Compliments of the City Shoe Shop and the Herff-Jones Company
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Kenneth Preheim, Clyde Goering, Bob "Ted"
e Krehhiel, James Stucky, Larry Wedel.
Fourth row: Henrich Fast, Keith Schlender, Melvin Goering, Donald Stucky, Gordon Goering, Delbert Stucky, Curtis Voth,
Sherwin Niehage, Leonard Stucky. Third row: Christie Rupp, Duane Stucky, Carroll Goering, Gerry Schrag, Mike Stucky,
Marvin Flickinger, LaVern Stucky, Ronald Schrag, Raymond Stucky, David Rupp, Karl Voth. Second row: Lowell Goering,
David Behr, -Leonard Goering, Nelson Goering, John Toews,Irl Unruh, Kenneth Stucky, James Voth. Raymond Dyck, Ken-
neth Goering, Mr. Ramsdale. First row: Clyde uoering, Bob "Ted" Krehhiel, James Stucky, Larry Wedel, Kenneth Preheim,
Jerry Becker, Wayne Gehring, Kenneth Flickner, Larry Krehhiel, Norvin Schrag.
Buehler Produce and Ba!dwin's Firestone are sponsors of this page
Twirlers: Rozanna Goebel, Mary Alice
Pat Huffman Nl W t ,
Drum Majorette Durst' y a es el-man
AND THE " " PLAYS
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Fourth row: lr. Robbins, Pat Huffman, Rounna Goebel, Nyla Westerman, Mary Alice Durst, Carolee Goering, Marilyn Goebel, Karen Wedcl,
Nina Durst, Edward Baldwin. Third row: Neta Mae Riffel, Lynette Goering, Carol Vogts, Barbara Lehmberg, Judith Goebel, Kay Lynn Hart-
man, Arleen Koehn, Karen Kaufman, Mary Sclxrag, Jean Regler, Luene Waltner, Raymond Dyck, Lowell Becker, Ronnie Schrag, 'Dorothy
Galle, Waane Gehring, Wayne Becker, Jerry Voth. Second row: Louise Kuhn, Judy Stucky, Velera Stucky, Jerry Westerman, Iris Smith,
Leonard oering, Kenneth Fliekner, Myron Slum, JoAnn Waltner, Ronnie Schrag, Darlene Koehn, Marlene Stucky, Clyde Goering. First
low: Lola Jane Krehbiel, Sherry Westerman, Ca Kaufman, Kathryn Schrag, Twilla Krehbiel, Connie Goering.
34 Compliments of L. L. Lehmberg and Harder Furniture Store
Fourlll row: Leola Wedel, Dorothy Galle, Imogene Edlger, Barbara Wilkening, Pauline Wllkenlng, Carol Vogtl, Edward Baldwin, David
Behr, Kenneth Flickner, LaVern Stucky, Larry Wedel, David Rupp, Bob "Ted" Krehbiel, Wayne Becker, Joyce Stucky, Evelyn Flicklnger.
Luene Waltner, Twilla Krehbiel, Twilla Gehring, Carol Kaufman, Kathy Lohrentz.
Third row: Lola Jane Krehbiel, Sherry Westerman, Marlene Stucky, Nina Durst, Nola Kruse, Velma Vog Florene Fllckner, Norvln Schral.
Clyde Goering, Kenneth Goering, Donald Stucky, Mervin Krehbiel, Bob "Ed" Krehbiel, Ray Stucky, Kenneth K. Stucky, Nelson Goerlng, Ken-
neth Preheim, Sharon Adrian, Jane Schrag, Kathryn Schrag, Jean Regler, Berneil Rupp, Marlene Becker.
Second row: Pat Huffman, JoAnn Waltner, Connie Goerlng, Karen Kaufman, Iris Smith, Darlene Koehn, Arleen Koehn, James Stucky, Jerry
Voth, Jerry Westerman, Shrewin Niehage, James Gaeddert, James Voth, John Toews, lrl Unruh, Curtis Voth, Twilla Schrag, Shirley Schrag,
Veleda Auxler, Louise Kuhn, Averil Unrau, Mary Alice Durst.
First row: Nyla Westerman, Karen Wedel, Shirley Decker, Vera Becker, Murla Becker, Barbara Schraq: Velera Stucky, Lowell Becker, Hen
rich Fast, Wayne Gehring, Raymond Dyck, Leonard Goering, Karl Voth, Marvin Flickinger, Gerry Sc rag, Sharron Toews, Marilyn Wall,
Karen Becker, Arlene Boesker, Lynette Goering, Norma Kaufman, Evelyn Holdeman. Seated at piano: Judy Stucky.
Mixed Chorus, I
Boys' Glee Club, I
Girls' Glee Club, II
Girls' Octet, I
Girls' Sextet, I
Lowell Becker, Boys' Low Voice, II
Marlene Stucky, Girls' Low Voice, I
Berneil Rupp, Girls' Medium Voice, I
Judy Stucky, Piano, I
Shirley Decker, Violin, II
Jerry Voth, Trombone, I
Compliments of Milo's Paint GL Body Shop and Moddelmog Radio Service
Fourth row: Leola Wedel, Dorothy Galle, Imogene Ediger, Barbara Wilkening, Pauline Wllkenlng, Carol Vogts, Joyce Stucky, Evelyn Flick-
inger, Luene Waltner, Twilla Krehbiel, Twilla Gehring, Carol Kaufman.
Third ,rowz Lola Jane Krehbiel, Sherry Westerman, Marlene Stucky, Nina Durst, Nola Kruse, Velma Vogt, Florene Flickner, Sharon Adrian,
Jane Schrag, Kathryn Schrag, Jean Regier, Berneil Rupp, Marlene Becker, Katherine Lohrentz.
Second row: Janice Reusscr, Patsy Huffman, JoAnn Waltner, Connie Goering, Karen Kaufman, Iris Smith, Darlene Koehrg Arleen Koehn,
Twilla Schraif, Shirley Schrag, Veleda Auxier, Louise Kuhn, Averil Unrau, Norma Kaufman, Mary Alice Durst, Mary Schrag.
First row: r. Robbins, Nyla Wests-rman, Judy Stucky, Shirley Decker, Vera Becker, Murla Becker, Barbara Schrag, Velera Stucky, Sharron
Toews, Marilyn Wall, Karen Becker, Arlene Boesker, Lynette Goerinj, Evelyn Holdeman, Betty Stucky. Seated at piano: Karen Wedel.
GIRL ' GLEE CLUB
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Fvurfff 'Owl Kenneth FliCkl10l', N0rvil1 SChl'2g!, Clyde Goering, Raymond Dyck,, Henrich Fast, LaVern Stucky, Mervin Krehbiel, Bob "Ed"
Krehbicl, Raymond Stucky, Bob "Ted" Krehblel, Wayne Becker, Nelson Goering, Kenneth Preheim.
Second rowf David Behr, Jann-s Stucky, Jerry Voth, Jerry Westerman, Sherwin Niehage, Jimmie Gaeddert, James Voth, John Toews, Irl
Unruh, Lurtls Voth, David Rupp.
irrgilrcugialnir. Robbins, Edward Baldwin, Lowell Becker, Donald Stucky, Gerry Schrag, Kenneth K. Stucky, Larry Wedel. Seated at piano:
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Bobby Merrick ....,.......
Dr. Wayne Hudson ........
Martha ................,,..,... ........
Nancy Ashford ......... ........
Helen Hudson ....... ........
Dr. Malcolm ..... ........
Monty Brent ....... ..
Joyce Hudson ....... .....
.Lola Jane Krehbiel
Bob fTedJ Krchbiel
Mrs. Wickes ........ ............... V elma Vogt
Marion Dawson ........ ..,..... C arol Kaufman
Jack Dawson ...... ........ J erry Westerman
Compliments of Citizens State Bank
JU IOR PLAY
"ANNIE GET YOUR GUN"
Little Girl .,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,..... E velyn Holdeman
Charlie Davenport ........ ........ R aymond Stllcky
Mae ,,,,,..,..,,,.,,,,,,,...,,.,.,., ......... .... J o hn Toews
Foster Wilson ......... ........ L owell Goering
Dolly Tate ............ ...... V eleda Auxier
Winnie Tate .........
Frank Butler ..........
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Mary .......................... - T..-.-.'.Arleen Koehn
Mrs. Sylvia Porter ........ .................. I ris Smith
Jane ..................,............ .......... D arlene Koehn
Annie Oakley ........... .......
Little Jake ........
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Bufaflo Bill .............. ........ K enneth Stucky
Pawnee Bill .................. ....... C lyde Goering
Sitting Bull ............................ ............,..... N orvin Schrag
Mrs. Schuyler Adams ................................ Shirley Decker
Extra Spectators, Indians:
Gordon Goering, Sherwin Niehage and Mervin
Left to right: Palsy Huffman, Joyce Slucky, Evelyn Flickinger, Valeda Auxier, Lola Jane Krehbiel, Sherry Westerman
League Rating: I
State Rating: III bv'
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First row: JoAnn Wallner, Luene Wallner, Leola Wedel Darleen Helms.
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